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ILLIO 


Carole  J.  Truckenbrod Editor 

Elaine  M.  Skadberg Business  Manager 

Carol  K.  Umbach Associate  Editor 

Elizabeth  A.  Vier Associate  Editor 

Susan  J.  Wold Associate  Editor 

Yvonna  L.  Devall Associate  Business  Manager 

Gustave  A.  Weber Chief  Photographer 

Donald  J.  Mulligan Artist 

Richard  S.  Roof Artist 


UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 


CHAMPAIGN    URBANA 


THIS  IS  YOUR  CAMPUS  -  - 


IN  ANY  OF  ITS  MOODS; 


THE  UNION  IN  THE  WINTER, 


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PROUD  OF  HIS  ALMA  MATER. 


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CONTENTS 


UNIVERSITY 

ACTIVITIES 

ORGANIZATIONS 

ATHLETICS 

ILLI-NOISE 

RESIDENCES 

SENIORS 

CHICAGO  PROFESSIONAL 
COLLEGES 


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UNIVERSITY 


Lloyd  Morey 


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TO  THE  READERS  OF  THE  1955  ILLIO 

I  appreciate  the  opportunity  extended  me  by  the  editors  to  present 
this  brief  message. 

All  life  is  multifold  —  intellectual,  physical,  social,  cultural  and  spir- 
itual. A  full  development  and  a  continuing  experience  in  each  of  these 
areas  are  essential  to  produce  a  truly  educated  person  and  to  provide  a 
full  life  for  each  individual. 

The  University  of  Illinois  tries  to  place  within  the  reach  of  all  its  stu- 
dents opportunities  for  such  development.  In  addition  to  providing  a 
broad  range  of  academic  programs,  it  also  encourages  students,  after 
they  have  given  adequate  attention  to  their  academic  work,  to  partici- 
pate in  other  activities  which  develop  them  in  personality,  character,  and 
physique  and  make  them  better  fitted  for  their  respective  professions 
and  vocations. 

The  1955  ILLIO  is  a  fine  record  of  the  accomplishments  of  many  stu- 
dents during  this  year  in  our  University  life.  I  offer  my  congratulations 
to  all  those  who  have  made  this  volume  possible.  I  congratulate  all  those 
who  by  their  efforts  have  brought  success  to  the  many  activities  which 
are  here  reported. 

Finally,  to  the  seniors  and  others  who  soon  will  leave  the  University, 
Mrs.  Morey  and  I  extend  our  best  wishes  and  our  hope  for  success  and 
happiness  for  every  one  of  you.  May  you  always  hold  your  Alma  Mater 
in  your  affection. 


President 


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THE  BOARD 


Vernon    I.    Nickell 
superintendent    of   public    instruction 


William    G.    Stratton 
governor   of    Illinois 


MEMBERS  EX  OFFICIO 

William  G.  Stratton 

governor  of  Illinois 

Springfield 

Vernon  L  Nickell 

superintendent  of  public  instruction 

Springfield 


Wayne   A.   Johnston 


Harold    E.    Grange 


Park    Livingston 


Robert   Z.    Hickman 


Clarence    W.    Weldon 


OF  TRUSTEES 


Herbert    B.    Megran 
president  of  the  Board  of  Trustees 


ELECTED  MEMBERS 

Herbert  B.  Megran,   president.  .Harvard       Mrs.   Frances   B.  Watkins Chicago 

Anthony  J.  Janata,  secretary.  .  .  .Urbana      Harold   E.  Grange Chicago 

Herbert  O.  Farber,  comptroller.  .Urbana      Wayne  A.  Johnston Chicago 

Clarence  W.  Weldon,  treasurer.  Chicago      Cushman  B.  Bissell Chicago 

Wirt  Herrick Clinton      Mrs.  Doris  S.  Holt Flora 

Robert  Z.  Hickman Danville      Park  Livingston Franklin  Park 


Anthony   J.   Janata 


Wirt   Herrick 


Mrs.   Doris  S.    Holt 


Herbert    O.    Farber 


Mrs.   Frances   B.   Watkins 


Cushman    B.    Bissell 


Arthur   C.    Willard 
president    emeritus 


UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 
ADMINISTRATIVE  OFFICIALS 


Gerald    W.    Peck 
cting  director  of  the  coordinating   placement  office 


Ralph    F.    Lesemann 
legal   counsel 


Josef    F.    Wright 
director   of   public   relations 


Herbert   O.    Farber 
comptroller 


Anthony    J.    Janata 
assistant  to   the   president 


The  task  of  the  University's  adminstration  is 
two-fold:  to  bind  the  organization  together  and 
to  anticipate  and  plan  for  the  future.  Instead 
of  merely  working  as  a  collection  of  colleges, 
schools,  divisions,  and  experiment  stations,  the 
University  must  function  as  a  unit. 

The  operational  pattern  of  a  great  university 
is  very  complex.  Functioning  in  the  interest  of 
the  citizens,  and  largely  financed  by  tax  funds 
from  them,  the  University  must  seek  efficiency, 
yet  must  never  lose  sight  of  its  purpose  in  edu- 
cation. The  University  carries  on  its  work  through 
extension,  demonstrations,  publications,  motion 
pictures,  and  radio  as  well  as  through  class- 
room,  laboratory,  and   library.  The  facts  from 


research  plus  the  newly  acquired  knowledge  is 
made  available  to  students  in  the  classroom  and 
to  people  everywhere. 

The  University  touches  almost  every  field  of 
human  interest  and  activity  from  the  classics  and 
arts  to  government,  agriculture,  health,  engi- 
neering, science,  and  business. 

The  tasks  of  the  president  are  to  carry  out 
these  policies  and  to  administer  the  University 
directly.  Assisting  the  president  are  the  vice 
president,  the  deans  and  directors  of  the  various 
units,  the  comptroller,  the  provost,  and  the  board 
of  trustees,  who  selects  the  president  and  directs 
the  general  policies  of  administration. 


Henning    Larsen 
provost 


Leslie    A.     Bryan 
director  of  the   institute  of  aviation 


James   T.    Lendrum 
director  of   the   small    homes   counci 


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|Robben   W.   Fleming,   director  of  the   Institute   of   Labor 
and    Industrial    Relations 


Lester   M.    Dyke,    director  of   the   Health   Services 


Edward   F.   Potthoff,   director  of  the   Bureau   of 
Institutional  Research 


BUREAU  AND 


Robert   Browne,   dean  of  the   summer  session 


Vernon    L.    Kretschmer,   director  of   housing 


fden  Dangerfield,  director  of  the  Institute  of  Govern-  Charles   S.    Havens,    director   of   the   Physical    Plant  George   P.   Tuttle,   director  of  admissions  and   records 

ment  and  Public  Affairs 


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Donald   E.   Dickason,   director  of  nonacademic  personnel  Marietta    Stevenson,    director    of    the    School    of    Social  Robert   G.   Seymour,   director  of  the   Bureau   of  Business 

Work  Management 


DIVISION  HEADS 


William   P.   McLure,   director  of  the   Bureau   of 
Educational  Research 


Herbert    R.    Kobes,    director   of   the   Division   of   Service! 
for   Crippled    Children 


Charles    W.    Sanford,    coordinator    of    the    Council    on  William   M.   Gilbert,   director  of  the  Student  Counseling 

Teacher  Education  Bureau 


V.   Lewis  Bassie,  director  of  the  Bureau  of  Economic 
and   Business   Research 


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H.    F.   Glair,    president 


William    H.    Butterfield,   executive   director 


James    C.    Colvin,    secretary 


UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS  FOUNDATION 


The  University  of  Illinois  Foundation,  a  non- 
profit corporation,  was  established  in  1935  prin- 
cipally to  encourage  and  receive  gifts  for  the 
benefit  of  the  University.  Since  that  date  the 
Foundation  has  received  many  contributions — 
some  in  the  form  of  substantial  bequests — in 
support  of  scholarships,  research,  library  and  art 
acquisitions,  and  other  phases  of  the  educa- 
tional program. 

The  lllini  Achievement  Fund,  annual-gift  pro- 
gram of  the  Foundation,  was  established  in  De- 
cember, 1948.  Total  contributions  to  the  Fund 
during  its  first  six  years  have  amounted  to  more 
than  $500,000. 


The  Foundation  also  has  an  active  patent- 
management  program.  Numerous  inventions  by 
University  faculty  members  have  been  turned 
over  to  the  Foundation,  and  several  have  been 
found  to  have  commercial  possibilities. 

The  University  of  Illinois  Foundation  has  an 
elected  membership  of  148  alumni  of  the 
University.  The  Board  of  Directors  has  nine  mem- 
bers: Joseph  R.  Ator,  Chicago;  Joseph  B.  Camp- 
bell, Nashville,  Illinois;  George  T.  Donoghue, 
Chicago;  Eugene  D.  Funk,  Jr.,  Bloomington,  Illi- 
nois; H.  F.  Glair,  Flossmoor;  H.  B.  Megran, 
Harvard,  Illinois;  Lloyd  Morey,  Urbana;  Amos  H. 
Watts,  Chicago;  and  Leslie  B.  Worthington,  Chi- 
cago. 


Clifton    DeLong,   assistant   treasurer 


H.   O.    Farber,   treasurer 


Amos   H.   Watts,   vice   president 


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Cliarles    E.    Bowen,   executive   director 


Joseph   B.   Campbell,   president 


THE  UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 
ALUMNI  ASSOCIATION 


Since  1873  the  Alumni  Association  has 
worked  to  build  a  greater  University  of  Illinois 
and  to  serve  the  alumni  and  students.  More 
than  18,500  [Mini  are  dues-paying  members  of 
the  Association,  making  it  the  fourth  largest 
alumni  organization  in  the  nation. 

Through  its  elaborate  record  maintenance 
system,  the  Association  keeps  in  touch  with  the 
more  than  100,000  living  members  of  the  vast 
lllini  family  throughout  the  world.  Address  and 
biographical  information  on  any  alumnus  are 
available  to  all  lllini. 

Across  the  nation  and  overseas  the  Alumni 
Association  serves  Illinois  alumni  through  a  net- 
work of  lllini  Clubs  which  bring  alumni  together 


for  fellowship  and  to  cooperate  on  projects  of 
assistance  to  the  University. 

Nine  times  a  year  Alumni  Association  mem- 
bers receive  their  copies  of  Illinois  Alumni  News 
with  its  stories  and  pictures  of  University  life 
and  happenings. 

To  help  bridge  the  gap  between  campus  and 
everyday  life,  the  Association  is  cooperating  in 
producing  a  new  motion  picture  of  the  campus 
in  color  and  sound  to  be  released  in  1 955. 

In  addition  to  the  central  alumni  office  in  the 
lllini  Union,  the  Alumni  Association  has  a  repre- 
sentative on  the  lllini  Center  in  the  LaSalle  Hotel 
in  Chicago  to  serve  the  thousands  of  lllini  in 
that  area. 


Richard   K.    Rodgers,   assistant   field  director 
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James   C.    Colvin,   editor  of   the    Illinois   Alumni    News 


William    H.    Rice,    director   of  field    activities 


Fred    H.    Turner,   dean    of  students 


THE  DEANS 


Agnes  G.   Tandberg,   associate  dean  of 
freshman    women 


Edward  E.  Stafford,  dean  of  men 


Miriam  A.  Shelden,  dean  of  women 


Howard   G.    Neuberg,   assistant   dean   of   fraternity   men 


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Gerald    W.    Peck 

assistant  dean  of  men  and  acting  director  of  the 

Placement    Bureau 


Calvin    S.    Sifferd 
assistant  dean  of  students 


Eunice   M.   Dowse 
assistant  dean  of  residence  hall   counseling 


The  great  responsibility  of  providing  for  the 
welfare  of  each  student  at  the  University  of  Illi- 
nois lies  with  the  deans.  The  unifying  and  co- 
ordinating official  is  Dean  of  Students,  Fred  H. 
Turner.  His  staff  consists  of  Gerald  W.  Peck, 
acting  director  of  the  Coordinating  Placement 
Office,  and  George  H.  Bargh,  assistant  dean  in 
charge  of  foreign  students. 

Dean  of  Women,  Miss  Miriam  A.  Sheldon,  has 
as  her  assistants  Miss  Agnes  G.  Tandberg,  asso- 
ciate dean  of  freshman  women;  Miss  Mary  E. 
Harrison,  assistant  dean  of  independent  women; 
Miss  Eunice  Dowse,  assistant  dean  of  residence 


hall  counseling;  and  Miss  K.  Patricia  Cross,  as- 
sistant dean  of  sorority  women. 

Aiding  Dean  of  Men,  Edward  E.  Stafford  are 
Howard  G.  Neuberg,  assistant  dean  of  fraternity 
men;  Richard  E.  Hulet  and  Calvin  S.  Sifferd,  as- 
sistant deans  of  independent  men;  Gerald  W. 
Peck,  assistant  dean  of  student  employment;  and 
V.  James  Hampton,  assistant  dean  of  student 
organizations. 

All  of  the  deans  work  to  see  that  relations 
are  good  among  the  students,  the  faculty,  and 
the  citizens.  If  a  University  of  Illinois  student 
seeks  help  with  any  problem,  he  will  receive 
aid  from  the  deans. 


George    H.    Bargh 
assistant  dean  of  foreign   studen:s 


V.    James    Hampton 
assistant  dean  of  student  activities 


K.    Patricia    Cross 
assistant  dean   of  sorority  women 


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Navy   Pier 


CHICAGO  UNDERGRADUATE   DIVISION 


The  Chicago  Undergraduate  Division 
of  the  University  of  Illinois  provides  the 
opportunity  for  study  in  the  professional 
fields  of  architecture,  architectural  engi- 
neering, and  physical  education,  and 
offers  a  program  leading  to  a  Bachelor  of 
Science  degree  in  nursing.  In  addition, 
courses  in  liberal  arts  and  sciences,  com- 
merce and  business  administration,  and 
engineering  furnish  education  in  the  pre- 
professional  areas.  Both  the  basic  and 
advanced  courses  in  ROTC  are  included 
for  men. 

The  division  was  established  at  Navy 
Pier  in  1946.  In  general,  the  courses  are 
identical  to  the  ones  offered  on  the 
campus  at  Urbana,  and  its  students  hold 
the  same  status  as  do  the  Urbana  stu- 
dents. 


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Dean    Louis    B.    Howard 


The  College  of  Agriculture  prepares  men 
and  women  for  successful  careers  in  agricul- 
ture and  home  economics.  It  is  made  up  of 
nine  departments  offering  courses  open  to  all 
qualified  students  in  the  University.  These  in- 
clude work  in  Agriculture  Economics,  Agricul- 
tural Engineering,  Agronomy,  Animal  Science, 
Dairy  Science,  Food  Technology,  Forestry, 
Home  Economics,  and  Horticulture.  These  de- 
partments have  in  common  an  interest  in  the 
production,  processing,  sale,  and  use  of  food 
and  clothing  materials,  and  a  direct  approach 
to  higher  levels  of  living. 

The  work  of  the  Agriculture  Experiment 
Station  and  the  Extension  Service  helps  to 
keep  the  College  in  close  contact  with  the  cur- 
rent problems  in  research  and  practice. 


COLLEGE  OF  AGRICULTURE 


Mumford    Hall 


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David  Kinley  Hall 


COLLEGE  OF  COMMERCE  AND 
BUSINESS  ADMINISTRATION 


The  main  function  of  the  College  of 
Commerce  and  Business  Administration 
is  to  develop  in  its  students  the  abil- 
ities necessary  for  careers  in  business 
economics  and  administration.  This  is  ac- 
complished through  training  in  modern 
business  practices  and  in  the  fundamen- 
tals of  economics. 

The  College  is  organized  under  the 
departments  of  Accountancy,  Business 
Education,  Business  Law,  Economics, 
Management,  and  Marketing. 

The  Bureau  of  Economics  and  Business 
Research  directs  an  organized  research 
program.  Its  discoveries  are  published 
in  (1)  Illinois  Business  Review,  a  monthly 
summary  of  the  business  conditions  for 
Illinois,  and  (2)  Current  Economic  Com- 
ment, issued  quarterly. 

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Dean   Paul   M.  Green 


The  College  of  Education  prepares  stu- 
dents for  careers  in  teaching,  special 
education  services,  and  administration. 
The  courses  are  supplemented  by  super- 
vised practice  teaching  in  school  systems 
in  co-operation  with  the  college.  Special 
undergraduate  programs  are  offered  in 
such  fields  as  the  education  of  mentally 
handicapped  children,  music  education, 
home  economics  education,  and  indus- 
trial education. 

Direction  of  school  surveys  is  one 
method  the  Bureau  of  Research  and  Ser- 
vice uses  to  conduct  research  in  the  field 
of  education  for  the  College.  University 
High  School,  Urbana,  offers  opportunities 
for  experimentation  under  controlled 
conditions. 


Deon    B.    L.    Dodds 


COLLEGE  OF  EDUCATION 


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COLLEGE  OF  ENGINEERING 


The    primary   aim    of   the    College   of 
Engineering  is  to  prepare  men  for  pro- 
fessional  work   in   engineering    and   for 
responsible  positions  of  a  technical  and 
semitechnical  character  in  industry,  com- 
munity, and   government.   The   curricula 
are  built  on  a  general  foundation  of  sci- 
entific facts  and   theories  applicable  to 
many    different    fields.    The    College    is 
composed  of  ten   such   curricula:    aero- 
nautical,  ceramic,   chemical,   civil,   elec- 
trical, general,  mechanical,  and   mining 
and    metallurgical   engineering;    physics; 
and  theoretical  and  applied  mechanics. 
The  College  of  Engineering  encourages 
participation  in  extracurricular  activities. 
Scholarship  is  promoted  by  several  hon- 
orary fraternities.  The  student  Engineer- 
ing   Council    serves    to  co-ordinate    the 
numerous  functions  of  the  member  pro- 
fessional societies.  The  students  publish 
and  manage  an  engineering  magazine, 
The  Illinois  Technograph. 


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Dean    W.    L.    Everitt 


Dean   Allen   S.   Weller 


The  Departments  of  art,  architecture,  city 
planning  and  landscape  architecture,  and 
music  make  up  the  College  of  Fine  and  Ap- 
plied Arts.  The  College  offers  courses  de- 
signed to  increase  esthetic  appreciation  and 
to  portray  the  role  of  the  arts  in  civilization. 

Besides  its  formal  instruction,  the  College 
offers  public  recitals  by  students  and  faculty, 
concerts  by  the  University  orchestras  and 
choral  groups,  and  art  exhibits.  The  School 
of  Music  sponsors  weekly  radio  broadcasts 
over  Station  WILL.  In  co-operation  with  other 
campus  departments,  the  College  annually 
sponsors  a  festival  of  Contemporary  Arts. 


COLLEGE  OF  FINE  AND 
APPLIED  ARTS 


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GRADUATE  COLLEGE 


Deon  Oswald  Tippo 


The  essential  aim  of  the  Graduate  Col- 
lege is  "to  develop  the  power  of  inde- 
pendent work  and  the  promotion  of  the 
spirit  of  research."  These  are  the  words 
of  the  first  Graduate  Dean,  David  Kinley. 
The  Graduate  School,  with  a  separate 
faculty  and  administration,  was  organ- 
ized in  1  906.  Its  steady  growth  has  been 
aided  by  scholarships  and  fellowships 
established  by  the  University  Board  of 
Trustees. 

Many  of  the  graduate  students  hold 
positions  as  instructors  in  undergraduate 
courses  of  their  specialized  field. 


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Director  Fredrick  Sieberl 


Instruction  in  journalism  at  the  Univer- 
sity was  begun  in  1902  as  part  of  the 
courses  in  rhetoric.  The  School  of  Jour- 
nalism was  established  in  1927  as  a 
separate  unit;  and  then  in  1950,  its  name 
was  changed  to  School  of  Journalism 
and  Communications  with  divisions  of 
journalism  (news  editorial  work  and  pub- 
lication management),  radio,  and  adver- 
tising. 

The  program  is  based  on  the  convic- 
tion that  the  student  can  best  profit  from 
a  course  of  study  that  permits  him  to  inte- 
grate professional  subjects  with  general 
subjects. 


SCHOOL  OF  JOURNALISM  AND 
COMMUNICATIONS 


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COLLEGE  OF  LAW 


Dean   Albert  J.    Harno 


The  College  of  Law  aims  to  provide  a  pro- 
gram which  will  prepare  students  for  becom- 
ing judges,  legislators,  teachers  of  law,  and 
administrators  in  government  and  private 
business.  It  considers  its  responsibility  as  more 
than  the  learning  of  legal  terms,  rules,  and 
formulas.  The  College  aims  to  guide  students 
in  appreciating  the  functions  of  law  in  social 
order,  and  in  aiding  the  law  to  keep  pace  with 
constantly  changing  conditions. 

Founded  in  1897,  the  College  of  Law  has 
continually  striven  towards  the  improvement 
of  legal  education  and  for  higher  admission 
standards  to  the  United  States  Bar. 


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Dean    Joseph    R,    Smiley 


The  College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
serves  several  major  purposes.  It  provides  for 
the  traditional  liberal  education,  and  also 
offers  programs  leading  to  professional  de- 
grees. 

The  College  is  divided  into  the  following 
groups:  Division  of  Biological  Sciences,  Di- 
vision of  Humanities,  Division  of  Social  Sci- 
ences, and  Division  of  Physical  Sciences.  The 
general  curriculum  requires  a  nucleus  of 
courses  in  these  groups  and  a  certain  amount 
of  concentration  in  the  subjects  chosen  as 
majors  and  minors.  It  leads  to  the  degrees 
of  Bachelor  of  Arts  or  Bachelor  of  Science  de- 
pending upon  the  field  of  concentration  and 
emphasis  of  study. 


COLLEGE  OF  LIBERAL  ARTS 
AND  SCIENCES 


Lincoln  Hall 


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The  Library 


LIBRARY  SCHOOL 


The  University  of  Illinois  Library  School,  one 
of  the  oldest  in  the  country,  was  established 
in  1893.  Originally  located  at  the  Armour 
Institute  of  Technology,  it  was  moved  to  the 
Urbana  Campus  in  1897. 

The  aim  designated  by  the  Library  School  is 
to  prepare  its  students  for  jobs  as  assistants 
and  administrators  in  public  libraries;  libraries 
of  various  schools,  colleges,  and  universities; 
and  specialized  libraries  such  as  agriculture, 
chemistry,  law,  and  music. 

The  school  offers  both  undergraduate  and 
graduate  programs.  The  undergraduate  pro- 
gram is  offered  as  part  of  the  curricula  of  the 
College  of  Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences,  and  the 
College  of  Education.  A  fifth  year's  work 
for  M.S.  and  L.S.  Degree  is  the  minimum 
academic  requirement  for  professional  libra- 
rianship.  Students  with  the  necessary  quali- 
fications may  continue  work  for  the  Doctor 
of  Philosophy  Degree  in  Library  Science  if  they 
so  desire. 


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Director   Seward   C.    Staley 


The  School  of  Physical  Education  at  the 
University  of  Illinois  was  established  in  1933. 
It  is  made  up  of  two  major  departments:  Phy- 
sical Education  for  Women  and  Physical  Edu- 
cation for  Men. 

Professional  training  is  offered  in  the  divi- 
sions of  physical  education  for  men  and 
women,  health  education  for  men  and  women, 
recreation  for  men  and  women,  and  dance 
for  women.  The  school  also  provides  a  pro- 
gram for  all  University  students  who  are  re- 
quired by  the  University  to  earn  four  semesters 
credit  in  physical  education. 

The  School  is  well  known  for  its  research 
in  the  fields  of  motor  and  organic  fitness  and 
diagnostic  fitness  tests  for  both  faculty  and 
students. 


SCHOOL  OF  PHYSICAL  EDUCATION 


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DIVISION  OF  SPECIAL  SERVICES 
FOR  WAR  VETERANS 


Acting    Director   Frank    Bridgewater 


The  Division  of  Special  Services  for  War 
Veterans  offers  veterans  an  opportunity  to  re- 
orient themselves  academically  through  the 
aid  of  refresher  courses  and  reduced  pro- 
grams. The  Division  also  helps  them  to  obtain 
an  educational  objective  involving  subject 
matter  offered  in  several  colleges.  It  aids  and 
advises  those  whose  special  needs  are  not 
met  by  existing  material  offered  within  a  spe- 
cific College.  In  addition,  the  Division  studies 
the  needs  of  returning  veterans  and  informs 
the  veterans  of  all  services  of  the  University. 

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The  Division  of  University  Extension  is 
an  All-University  organization  that  has 
as  its  purpose  to  extend  the  educational 
resources  of  the  University  to  those  who 
are  not  enrolled  for  study  in  residence. 

The  faculty  of  the  Division  is  made  up 
of  members  of  the  faculties  of  other 
schools  and  colleges  in  the  University, 
together  with  a  small  administrative  staff. 

The  students  participating  in  this  pro- 
gram are  residents  not  only  of  the  forty- 
eight  United  States  and  its  territories,  but 
also  of  many  foreign  countries. 


Dean   Robert  B.   Browne 


DIVISION  OF  UNIVERSITY  EXTENSION 


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COLLEGE  OF  VETERINARY  MEDICINE 


Originally  made  up  of  a  two  year  pre- 
veterinary  program,  the  College  of  Veterinary 
Medicine  was  established  in  1944.  In  Sep- 
tember, 1948,  a  four-year  professional  pro- 
gram was  initiated. 

In  order  to  protect  the  livestock  industry 
and  to  safeguard  public  health  from  animal 
diseases  transmissible  to  man,  the  College 
trains  its  students  in  the  prevention  and  con- 
trol of  animal  diseases. 

The  College  also  includes  programs  of  ex- 
tension, graduate  study,  and  veterinary  re- 
search. A  disease  diagnostic  service  and  a 
veterinary  clinic  and  hospital  service  provide 
animal  patients  and  specimens  for  instruc- 
tional purposes. 


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ACTIVITIES 


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Thomas  Felke,  president 


Charles  Andrews 
Jeff  Austin 
Jennis  Bapst 
Russell  Bolton 
Leslie  Bryan,  Jr. 
Gordon  Cash 
William  Chamblin 


Max  Fulling 
Thomas  Gardner 
Harvey  Greenstein 
John  Hoyt 
Edward  Makovsky 
Patrick  Malone 
John  McCarthy 


Lawrence  Chapman  Jack  Olson 


James  Ellingson 


Arnold  Paolasini 


Walter  Faster 


Willard  Thomson 


Charles  Finn 


Roger  Vaughn 


Walter  Watts 


MA-WAN-DA 


MORTAR 
BOARD 


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Schild,  president 

Sue  Anderson 

Doris  Knox 

Miriam  Behrens 

Doris  Krull 

Joyce  Chalcraft 

Mary  Ann  Litherland 

Lynda  Couch 

Charlene  Lynch 

Anne  Davis 

Sherle  Olson 

Gail  Furnall 

Carol  Osborn 

Marilyn  Gustafson 

Gene  Stimart 

Ernestine  Hanks 

Nina  Temple 

Phyllis  Hasse 

Carole  Truckenbrod 

Diane  Johnson 

Carol  Krause  Umbach 

Do 

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Wilson 

William 
Ronald  Ammons 
James  Bickhaus 
Dean  Biehler 
Roger  Bielefeld 
Bruce  Brothers 
Ronald  Carlson 
J.  C.  Caroline 
Paul  Curtis 
Roy  Diesner 
Daniel  Dudas 
Robert  Eberhart 
Frederick  Figge 
Samuel  Foster 
Stanford  Glass 
John  Greene 
Jacob  Grossman 
Robert  Hall 
Charles  Hamilton 
Frederick  Heyl 
George  Howard 


Graham,  president 
John  Ihrig 
Paul  Judson 
Frank  Laraia 
Emerit  Lindbeck 
Daniel  Lirot 
John  Murray 
David  Nightingale 
David  Peskind 
Stanley  Peskind 
Charles  Quantock 
Jay  Sheffield 
Alvin  Sokolow 
Gaylord  Spotts 
Lawrence  Ten  Pas 
Gerald  Totall 
Herman  Velasco 
Ronald  Walaitis 
Robert  Waltz 
Arthur  Williams 
Robert  Wiman 


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Joanne  Lucey,  president 
Joan  Alderson  Ruth  McNabb 


Diane  Amundsen 
Carol  Andrews 
Gloria  Andrews 
Elizabeth  Armin 
Barbara  Baxter 
Nancy  Bowen 
Shirley  Bradshaw 
Jeanne  Brunkow 
Lynn  Bryant 
Charlotte  Bunn 
Miriam  Carpenter 
Carol  Firch 
Joanne  Forsberg 
Eileen  Frieburg 
Josephine  Hendricks 
Norma  Jean  Hertzmann 
Vera  Jacobson 
Jane  Jones 
Cynthia  Jordan 
Roxanne  Kamm 
Shirley  Krull 
Doris  Lokay 
Carol  Lundin 
Joan  Lundstrom 


Nancy  Lee  Miller 
Barbara  Morris 
Barbara  Mueller 
Carol  Oliver 
Betty  Purnell 
Shirley  Randels 
Marilyn  Reinhart 
Martha  Rosebraugh 
Carol  Schaefer 
Carole  Scherwat 
Martha  Schueler 
Yvonne  Seadin 
Merle  Smedberg 
Mary  Jane  Stark 
Doris  Strickland 
Virginia  Thompson 
Alice  Van  Dyke 
Margaret  Vest 
Mary  Wehner 
Phyllis  Whitehead 
Marjorie  Wiegand 
Rhoda  Willey 
Helen  Wilson 
Dorothy  Wolf 


Ann    Litherland 
President,    lllini    Union 


Elaine   Skadbera 
Business   Manager,    Itlic 


CAMPUS 


Photos  by  Olan-Mills  Studio 


Wally   Faster 
President,    YMCA 


Larry    Chapman 

Co-Circulation    Director,    Daily    lllini 

Senior   Class   President 


Donna   Wilson 
Associate    Director,    Campus    Chest 


Max   Fulling 
Senior   Baseball   Manager 


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Sherle    Olson 
President,     WAA 


Tom    Rowader 

President,     Interfraternity    Council 


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Jan    Smid 
Captain,   Varsity   Football 


Photos  by  Olan-Mills  Studio 


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Al    Orput 
Head    Varsity    Cheerleader 


Dora    Jean     Fishel 
Co-Manager,   Star   Course 


Anne    Davis 
General     Manager,     University    Theatre 


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Lorraine    Borman 
Properties     Manager,     University     Theatre 


Gordon    Cash 
President,    MIA 


CAMPUS 


Photos  by  Olan-Mills  Studio 


Charles    Finn 
Senior   Football    Manager 


Gail    Furnall 
President,     Panhellenic 


Don    Maylath 
Director   of    Public  Relations,    lllini    Union 


Carol    Umbach 
Associate   Editor,   lllio 


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Harvey    Green  stein 
Vice     President,      Interfroternity     Council 


Gene    Stimart 
President,    YWCA 


Photos  by  Olan-Milh  Studio 


Rita     Bishop 
Director     Number     Three,     lllini     Union 


Bob    Trumbull 
Co-Circulation     Manager,     Daily     lllini 


Betty    Priggie 
President,   WGS 


Ed  Jackson 
Captain,   Varsity   Wrestling 


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Carole  Truckenbrod 
Editor,     Itlio 


Marv    Graves 
Captain,   Varsity    Baseball 


CAMPUS 


Photos  by  Olan-Mills  Studio 


Joyce  Chalcraft 

Actress,   University   Theatre 

Student  Senator 


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John     Hoyt 
Advertising    Director,    Daily    I  Mini 


Mary   Marmion 
Director  of  Personnel,   lllini   Union 


Tom  Gardner 
Captain,  Gymnastics 


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Walt  Watts 
Senior    Basketball    Manager 


Jim    EElingson 
Vice   President,    MIA 


Photos  by  Olan-Milh  Studio 


Jane  Woelfersheim 
Personnel    Manager,   University    Theatre 


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Bud    Paolasini 
Co-Manager,  Star  Course 


Yvonna   DeVoll 
Associate   Business   Manager,    Illio 


Phyllis    Hasse 
Vice   President,   Panhellenic 


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Jack    McCarthy 

Director,    Campus    Chest 


Willy    Thomson 
Captain,    Varsity   Track 


CAMPUS 


Photos  by  Ohm-Mills  Studio 


Gordon    Ropp 
Director    Number    One,    I  Mini    Union 


Sue    Olmstead 
Associate    Editor,    1 1 1  To 


Diane   Johnson 
Director    Number    Two,    lllini    Union 


Jack   Olson 

Senior    Intramural    Manager 


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Warren    Wolfson 
Editor,    Doily    tllini 


Liz   Vier 
Associate    Editor,    lllio 


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Russ    Bolton 
Vice    President,    lllini    Union 


Photos  by  Olan-MHh  Studio 


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Les    Bryan 
Senior  Track   Manager 


Don    Lawfer 
Director    Number   Four,    lllini    Union 


Jerome    Jaffe 
Senior    Recreation    Manager 


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THE  ILLINI   UNION 


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The  lllini  Union  was  established  as  a 
center  of  campus  life  for  the  use  of 
students,  staff,  alumni,  and  friends  of 
the  University. 

Equipped  by  the  Board  of  Trustees 
through  the  co-operation  of  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois  Foundation,  the  Union 
was  made  possible  by  a  grant  of  funds 
from  the  Federal  Government,  a  sepa- 
rate loan,  and  contributions  from 
alumni  and  friends  of  the  University. 


Vernon    Kretschmer,   director;     Earl    Finder,   assistant   director 


UNION  ADMINISTRATION 


Top   row:     Warren   Ramshaw,   Russell   Bolton,   Robert  McNabb,   Earl   Finder,   Kenneth   Rhodes,   Vernon   Kretschmer 
Bottom    row:      Charles    Wertz,     Irene    Pierson,    Marjorie    Arkwright,    Alice    Hurt,    Stella  Cameron,   Arthur  Sawyer 


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Ann    Litherland,    president 


Roger    Warmbir,    assistant    treasurer;    Charles    Andrews,    treasurer;    Allen    Bradley, 
assistant  treasurer 


UNION   BOARD 


Russell    Bolton,    vice    president 


Union    Board — faculty — Top  row:     Harry   Fuller,   Charles   Bowen, 

Earl    Finder 
Bottom    row:      Irene   Pierson,    Robert   Mayor,    Mary  Ann  Andrews 


Union  Board — students — Top  row:  Gordon  Ropp,  Russell  Bolton,  Donald  May 
iath,     Edward     Levin,    Charles    Andrews,    Thomas    Taylor,    Donald     Lawfer 

Bottom  row:  Ann  Litherland,  Elizabeth  Yanson,  Mary  Marmion,  Diane  John 
son,   Rita  Bishop,  Carol  Firch 


ILLINI  UNION 
SOCIAL  DIRECTORS 


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Irene    Pierson,    social   director 


Assistant    social    directors — Top    row:    Robert 

Alexander,  Sheila   McMurray 
Bottom    row:     Norma   Crow 


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DEPARTMENT 
OF  PUBLIC 
RELATIONS 


Donald  Maylath,    director 


House  Publications 
News  and  Advertising 
Open  Houses  and  Banquets 


Major    chairmen:      Janet    Mockus,    Richard    Wolfe 
Not   in    panel:       Ray    Duewer 


Sub-chairmen — Top   row:      James    Kennedy,    Phillip   Miller 
Bottom    row:      Joan    Vladar,    Sally    Fischer 


DEPARTMENT  OF 
PERSONNEL 


Mary    Marmion,    director 


Personnel  Development 
Personnel  Management 
Campus  Talent 


Major  chairmen:     Betty  Onstad,  Tom   Richardson,   Marjorie  Wiegand 


Sub-chairmen — Top     row:       Thomas     Chilcott,     Jerome     Tankel 
Bottom    row:     Diantha    Spires,   James   Archer 


Sub -chairmen — Top    row:      Grant    Weichbrodt,    Robert    A.    Parsons,    Fred    Manalli 
Bottom    row:      Joan    Brunkow,    Adele    Monterastelli 


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DEPARTMENT 
ONE 


Major    chairmen — Top    row:      Delores    Brence,     Roger    Baskes,    Carol     Lundin 
Bottom    row:      Ina    Aronoff,    Jane    Burkhart 
Not  in   panel:     Charles  Gautschy 


International  Fair 

Spring  Carnival 

Jazz-U-Like-lt 

Barbershoppers 

Pep  Rallies 


Sub-chairmen — Top    row:      Basil    Sherlock 

Bottom    row:      Eleanore    Szymanski,    Marilyn    Doty 


Sub-chairmen — Top  row:     Harry  Goern,   Paul  Thiessen 
Bottom   row:     Sharon   Beckmeyer,  Sarah  Katz,  Clarissa  Adams 


DEPARTMENT 
TWO 


Dads  Day 

High  School  Circus 

Club  Commons 

Union  Movies 

Block  I 

Foreign  Student  Group 


Major   chairmen:     Roger   Carlson,   Mary   Hartray,   Gaylord   Sports 
Not  in  panel:      Brad  Hamilton,  Charles  Quantock,  Rafael  Roa 


Sub-chairmen — Top   row:     Robert   Emmons,    Elizabeth   Kercher,    Larry  Thomson 
Bottom   row:     Lynn  Just,   Patricia   Halper 


Sub-chairmen — Top   row:     Robert   Witherspoon,   Bernard   Rechter,   Anthony   Lekas,   John   Carson 
Bottom    row:      Betty   Onstad,    Joyce    Prosser,    Judy    Brunkow 


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UNION 


DEPARTMENT 
THREE 


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Rita    Bishop,    director 

Homecoming 

Spring  Musical 

Social  Dance 

Coffee  Hours 

Union  Music  Hours 

Red  Cross 


Major   chairmen:     Shirley    Heinz,    Carol    Oliver,    Robert   Hoff,    Barbara    Baxter,    Jane    Pritchett 
Not    in    panel:     Bruce    Baxter 


Sub-chairmen — Top   row:     Richard    Hurckes,    Deborah    Fay,    Neil    Sorensen 
Bottom   row:     Gertrude  Gassmann,   Rhea  Peterson 


Sub-chairmen — Top    row:      Burton    Grant,    Nancy    Gratigny,    Jean    Kreger,    David    Saidel 
Bottom   row:     Barbara  Sears,  Sally  Fischer,  Diane  Nutty 


Stunt  Show 

Mothers  Day 

Social  Forums 

Service  Dances 

Fine  Arts 


DEPARTMENT 
FOUR 


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Major  chairmen:    Jane  Herskowitz,  Patricia  Jewell,  Joan  Pilot,  Barbara  Arnold 


Sub-chairmen — Top  row:    Alvin  Belsley 
Bottom   row:     Marjorie   lies,   Carolyn  James 


Sub-chairmen — Top    row:      Lura    Lee    Sutton,    Nancy    Cosier,    Alice    Mayer 
Bottom   row:     Diantha  Spires,  Sandra  Mozin 


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CAMPUS 
CHEST 


Donna   Wilson,    associate   director 


Jack    McCarthy,    director 


Campus  Chest  is  a  comparatively  new  organ- 
ization on  campus.  It  was  established  at  the 
University  of  Illinois  to  eliminate  the  inconve- 
nience of  individual  student  and  faculty  dona- 
tions to  numerous  charities. 

Each  fall  a  general  drive,  which  includes  con- 
tributions to  all  of  the  major  charities,  is  con- 
ducted. The  proceeds  from  this  drive,  as  well 
as  those  from  the  Spring  Carnival,  are  allocated 
to  charities  recommended  by  the  Allocations 
and  Advisory  Board.  This  board,  composed  of 
representatives    from    major    student    organiza- 


tions, representatives  from  the  Chest,  and  three 
faculty  advisors,  controls  the  proceeds  from  the 
drive  and  from  Spring  Carnival. 

Other  drives  with  which  this  organization  is 
concerned  are  the  book  drive  and  the  clothing 
drive.  These  are  conducted  every  year  and  have 
proven  very  successful.  Another  project  is  the 
orphanage  Christmas  party,  which  is  as  much 
fun  for  the  sponsors  as  for  those  being  enter- 
tained. These  yearly  events  serve  to  keep  the 
eighty  members  busy. 


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Major  chairmen — Top  row:     Craig  Hart,  Paul  Hayes,  Jack  McCarthy 
Bottom  row:     Lee  Purnell,  Suzanne  Elfgin,  Donna  Wilson,  Martha  Schueler 


Carole  Truckenbrod,   editor 


ILLIO  EDITORIAL  STAFF 


Elizabeth   Vier,    associate   editor 


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Top  row:     James   Kennedy,   James  Otto 

Third  row:     Simeon  Trotter,   Bruce   Ladd,   Richard  Baird,  Cecil  Stradley,   Barton   Ladd 

Second   row:     Diane   Martin,    Anne   Miller,    Nancy   Dowling,    Carol    Muenter,    Barbara   Sears,   Nancy   LeConte 
Bottom    row:       Lianda    Kleppinger,    Mary    Lindsay,    Fylis   Mandell,   Diane    Kellogg,    Judith  Cleary,   Elizabeth  Seago 

Not  in  panel:     Mary   Lee  Johnstone,   Joan   Heberlein,   Pat  Pieschel,  Gail   Hively,   Wesley     Lindberg,     Gay    Bonham,     Mary    Wise,     Elizabeth     Rich,     Charles     Shuman,     Phillip 
Naffziger,   Jack  Hendryx,  Jacqueline  Mudra,   Doris   Lapp,   Elizabeth   Edwards,   Carole   Kamin,   Joan   Winkler,   Sally   Fischer,    Irwin   Cohen,   Audry   Veazie 


Assistant     editors:       Joan     Truckenbrod,     Shirley 
Randels,    Roy  Diesner,   Janet  Jones 


Art    staff — Top    row:      Donald    Mulligan,    Richard    Roof 
Bottom    row:     Prof.    J.    William    Kennedy 


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Four  senior  editors  supervised  the  plan- 
ning and  the  production  of  The  1955  lllio. 
These  four  included  an  editor  and  three  asso- 
ciate editors  who  tried  to  bring  to  the  stu- 
dent body  a  reflection  of  the  various  phases 
of  life  at  the  University  of  Illinois.  The  staff 
tries  to  produce  a  book  which  will  benefit 
the  interests  of  all  the  students  and  staff 
members. 

The  eleven  junior  editors  were  responsi- 
ble for  the  supervision  of  the  eight  sections 
composing  The  lllio.  These  sections  are:  Chi- 
cago Professional  Colleges,  Sports,  Resi- 
dences, Activities,  Seniors,  Organizations, 
llli-noise,  and  University.  These  assistant 
editors  assigned  and  directed  the  work  of 


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the  freshman  and  the  sophomore  staff  mem- 
bers, who  typed,  filed,  cropped  pictures, 
wrote  copy,  and  planned  layouts.  Each 
spring  the  freshmen  and  sophomores  at- 
tend a  workshop,  in  the  lllio  office,  to 
receive  training  in  the  many  phases  of  year- 
book work. 


Assistant     editors:     Carol     Andrews,     Jeanne 
Jaraez,    Alice    Van    Dyke 


Elaine   Skadberg,    business    manage 


Yvonna   Devall,  associate  business  manager 


ILLIO  BUSINESS  STAFF 


The  responsibilities  of  the  lllio  Business  Staff 
are  the  advertising,  sales,  and  circulation  of  The 
1955  lllio.  The  staff  is  kept  busy  with  registration 
sales,  "Turkey  Sales,"  and  other  special  sales- 
drives  conducted  throughout  the  year.  The  lllio 
Beauty  Contest,  held  every  fall,  is  under  the  su- 
pervision of  the  two  senior  managers  who  also 
direct  the  junior  managers  in  their  work. 

The  eight  junior  managers  are  divided  into 
two  groups,  advertising  and  sales.  These  man- 


agers handle  the  general  office  work  which 
constitutes  a  large  part  of  getting  The  lllio  dis- 
tributed. They  organize  all  of  the  data,  set  up 
the  work  for  the  freshmen  and  sophomores,  and 
supervise  their  activity.  These  freshmen  and 
sophomores  on  the  lllio  staff  have  the  responsi- 
bility of  selling  the  books  and  doing  general 
office  work  such  as  filing  and  typing.  All  of  these 
students  work  to  enlarge  the  distribution  and  to 
keep  the  popularity  of  The  lllio  high. 


Top    row:     Jock    Carlson,    John    Lytle,    George   Van    Dusen,    Richard   Gustafson 

Third    row:     James  Downing,   Walter   Hoel,   Steven   Stroh,   James    Fawcett 

Second   row:     Helen   Worsham,   Jo   Ann    Bryson,   Georgia   Doak,    Marilyn    Doty,    Lois   Sabine,    Arden    Rhodes 

Bottom    row:     Margaret   Caskey,    Borbara    Barnes,   Nancy    Dufour,    Marian   Webb,    Barbara   Hall,    Loretta    Barclay 


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DAILY  ILLINI 

EDITORIAL 

STAFF 


Warren   Wolfson,    editor 


Alvin   Sokolow,  executive  news  editor 


Sports    staff — Top    row:       Robert    Frisk,    Gary    Montgomery,    Warren    Kellogg, 

Robert   Arterburn,   Mark    Novak 
Bottom    row:      Robert    Lahendro,    David    Nightengale,    John    Scheldrup,    Robert 

Sanchez,    Richard    Swanson 


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John    Scheldrup,    sports  editor 


Editorial     staff — Top     row:      Robert     Marks,     Anita     West,     Margery     Warfield,     Lucy 

Breger,     Sandra     Dalgonas,     Joanne     Goldblatt,     Geraldine     Celusnak,     Barbara 

Gilbert,    Robert    Frisk 
Second    row:      Peter   Weitzel,    Thomas    Moore,    James    Whitelaw,    Robert    Utz,    Joseph 

Conover,    David   Manthey,    Leroy   Christensen 
Bottom   row:        Barbara   Leskey,   Alice   Potts,   Carole   Dolesh,   Janene  Johnson,   Roberta 

Resnick,   Marilyn   Ebel,   Joan  Wasniewski 


r*^- 


Lawrence    Chapman,    co-circulation    director 


Junior    managers:      Joan    Cattaneo,    Harold    Strudhoff,    Elinor    Lueking 


Robert     Trumbull,     co-circulation     director 


DAILY  ILLINI 
CIRCULATION  STAFF 

The  circulation  staff  of  the  Daily  lllini  is  in  charge 
of  the  distribution  of  the  newspaper  on  campus  and 
to  out-of-town  subscribers.  The  staff  keeps  a  record 
of  the  sales  and  subscriptions  of  the  student  news- 
paper. Under  the  supervision  of  the  circulation  di- 
rectors, the  staff  determines  how  many  papers  are 
to  be  printed  each  day. 

The  staff  is  divided  into  two  groups.  The  promotion 
staff  solicits  all  subscriptions  and  has  charge  of  the 
mail  and  delivery  service.  The  office  staff  handles 
all  clerical  work  connected  with  the  mail  and  delivery 
service. 


Circulation   staff — Top    row:      Thomas    Cullins,    Harry   Goern,    Frederick    Bartelsmeyer 

Second    row:      Sandra    Rosen,    Diane    Zolt,    Nancy    Dufour,    Jacqueline    Mudra,    Sandra    Spero 

Bottom    row:      Delores    Engelking,    Marsha    Viere,    Nadine    Kessler,    Sylvia    Cayten,    Judith    Fishel 


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Senior  managers:  Earl  Rubin, 
Miriam  Lamar,  William 
Palmer 


DAILY  1LLINI 

ADVERTISING 

STAFF 


The  solicitation  and  layout  of  advertisement 
is  handled  by  the  advertising  department  of  the 
Do/7y  Mini.  This  staff  also  offers  special  services 
to  the  advertisers  and  selects  the  best  type  of 
ads  for  the  individual  advertisements. 

The  three  groups  that  make  up  this  staff  are 
the  classified,  display,  and  dispatch  sections.  The 
display  group  sells  space,  solicits  for  the  adver- 
tisements, and  plans  all  of  the  layouts.  The  classi- 
fied section  handles  classified  ads  and  the  dis- 
patch members  manage  the  office  routine. 


Junior   managers — Top    row:     James    Smith,    Ronald    Walaitis,    Marvin 

Angus 
Bottom   row:      Rosalie  Wolinsky,  Sally  Zang 


Advertising    staff — Top   row:     Albert   Simon,   James    Blackwell,    Terry   Wade,    Marvin    Angus,   John    Doyle 
Second    row:     Judith    Beatty,    Mara  I    Weireter,    Gail    Shanks,    Kama    Bloomberg,    Joan  Johnson 
Bottom    row:      Lynn   Tobin,   Sylvia    Naranick,   Alice  Weber,    Katherine  Colovos 


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Don    Kesler,    editor 


James    Smith,    business    manager 


TECHNOGRAPH 


The  student  publication  representative  of  the 
Engineering  Department  is  the  Technograph. 
Any  engineering  student  interested  in  obtaining 
practical  journalistic  experience  can  find  such 
work  by  becoming  a  member  of  the  staff  of  the 
Technograph.  These  writers,  as  well  as  the  read- 
ers, benefit  from  the  wealth  of  knowledge  con- 
cerning current  technical  and  industrial  problems 
in  our  world  of  science. 

The  Technograph,  which  is  published  monthly, 
includes  coverage  of  all  engineering  fields.   Spe- 


cial reports  by  staff  members  and  well-known 
specialists  are  included  in  each  issue.  These  arti- 
cles will  be  of  special  importance  to  those  of  you 
who  are  just  beginning  your  career  in  engineer- 
ing. They  will  help  to  give  you  some  idea  of  the 
phase  for  which  you  would  be  best  qualified. 

The  editor  and  the  business  manager  run  the 
Technograph  in  conjunction  with  the  activities  of 
the  Engineering  Council.  Experience  is  gained 
in  technical  journalism. 


Top    row:     Robert    Lenz,    John    Wenner,    David    Templeton,    Robert    Webster,    David    Komyathy,    Donnie    Snedeker 

Second    row:     Paul    Davis,    James    Piechochi,    Melvyn    Green,    James    Anderson,    Lowell    Mizl,    Harvey    Endler,   Jack   Siebert,    John    Freeberg,    Fred 

Bottom    row:     Millard    Darnall,    associate   editor;    Donna    Rudig,   assistant   editor;   James   Smith,   business   manager;   Don    Kesler,   editor;    Larry   Ki 

Craig    Soule,    make-up    editor;    Thomas    Brody,    assistant   editor 


Horwitz 

efling,    circulation    director; 


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Gus    Weber,    lllio    photo    chief 


Tucker    Nason,    Daily    lllini    photo    chief 


PHOTOGRAPHIC  STAFF 


The  Photographic  Staff  is  a  unit  working  inde- 
pendently of  any  campus  publication.  It  is  di- 
rectly responsible  to  the  board  of  directors  of 
the  lllini  Publishing  Company  and  has  exclusive 
coverage  of  events  for  all  three  of  the  major  lllini 
publications.  The  Daily  lllini,  The  lllio,  and  The 
Technograph. 

The  staff  members  are  not  expected  to  pro- 
vide their  own  cameras,  and  the  rest  of  the  ma- 
terials which  they  may  need  are  supplied  by  the 
IPC.  In  the  basement  of  lllini  Hall,  the  photog- 
raphers work  in  their  new  office  and  dark  room. 


The  staff  members  work  under  the  direction  of 
the  photo  editor  of  The  lllio  and  the  photo  editor 
of  The  Daily  lllini.  It  is  the  job  of  the  editors  to 
supervise  and  assign  work  to  the  staff  members. 
This  group  works  in  cooperation  with  editors 
and  staff  of  each  student  publication  to  produce 
better  newspapers,  yearbooks,  and  magazines. 
In  addition  to  this,  the  staff  conducts  a  training 
program  for  student  photographers,  preparing 
them  to  assume  staff  positions  the  following 
year. 


Top  row:  Robert  Gercos,  Elmer  Switzer,  Wallace  Gruenberg,  Richard  Reichelt 
Bottom  row:  Charles  Keller,  Kenneth  Derby,  Curtis  Allison,  Eldon  Constant 
Not  in   panel:      Charles   Shuman,    Robert   Ellio1 


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Frank   Schooley,    chairman 


Frank   Senger,   general   manager 


ILLIN1  PUBLISHING  COMPANY 


Chartered  by  the  State  of  Illinois,  the  lllini 
Publishing  Company  is  a  non-profit  corporation 
which  is  in  charge  of  printing,  publishing,  and 
distributing  student  publications  at  the  Univer- 
sity. It  operates  under  a  board  of  control  headed 
by  Professor  Frank  Schooley,  chairman;  Frank 
Senger,  general  manager;  and  Paul  McMichael, 
business  manager. 

The  board  is  made  up  of  four  students  and 
four  faculty  members,  who  serve  without  com- 
pensation to  help  give  student  publications  good 


printing  at  a  very  low  cost.  The  four  students  are 
nominated  by  the  Student  Senate  and  elected  by 
the  board  for  two-year  terms.  The  four  faculty 
members  are  appointed  for  four-year  terms  by 
the  President  of  the  University  upon  recommen- 
dation by  the  Dean  of  Students.  These  faculty 
members  control  the  finances  and  appoint  the 
senior  editors  and  managers  for  the  different 
publications.  These  publications  are  the  Da/7y 
Mini,  the  lllio,  and  the  Illinois  Technograph. 


Top  row:      Peter  Tomaras,   Stanley   Pesklnd,   Robert  Mautz,   Alfred   Kobak 

Bottom    row:     Joseph    Sutton,    secretary;      Frank    Schooley,    president;     Jessie    Heathma.i,   vice   president 

Not  in   panel:     Thomas  Felke 


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V 


Walter  Faster,   president 


Y.M.C.A. 


The  Y.M.C.A.  offers  a  program  of  various  ac- 
tivities that  will  balance  a  student's  education 
with  a  deeper  and  more  spiritual  meaning.  It 
operates  a  building  whose  doors  are  open  to 
anyone.  Its  well-equipped  campus  center  pro- 
vides comfortable  lounges,  quiet  study  rooms, 
the  new  Kaeser  refreshment  and  recreation 
room,  a  modern  darkroom  and  crafts  shop, 
hometown  newspapers  and  current  magazine 
files,  and  meeting  room  facilities. 

The  Y.M.C.A.,  a  non-denominational  organi- 
zation,  gives   its   members    many   opportunities 


to  work  on  the  more  than  twenty  committees 
connected  with  the  "Y"  projects.  With  the 
Y.W.C.A.  it  sponsors  a  varied  program  of  social 
recreation.  First  in  the  field  of  freshman  orien- 
tation many  years  ago,  the  "Y"  sponsors  a  wide 
program  for  freshmen  and  is  a  pioneer  and 
campus  leader  in  its  program  for  international 
students.  Each  year  a  freshman  orientation  pro- 
gram is  planned  and  carried  out.  The  "I"  book, 
which  supplies  University  information  to  stu- 
dents, is  published  by  this  organization. 


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Top    row:     John    Witherspoon,    Roland   Westerlund,    Jay    Shenk,    Preston    Harwell,    Earl    Carlson,    Frank    Thorp,    John    Wills,    Ronald    Faster,    Louis    Gauen,    Deane    Biehler, 

Harold    Ingalls,    general    secretary 
Second   row:      Howard  Ammerman,  staff;     George   Zahrobsky,   Douglas    Pierce,    recorder;      Walter    Faster,     president;      George    Howard,    vice    president;      M.     I.    Cauldwell, 

staff 
Bottom    row:      Orville    Kimball,    John    Burbules,    Donald    Nelson,    Merle   Miller,    William    Whitfield,   Delmar  Wedel,   program    secretary 


Y.W.C.A. 


Gene    Stimart,    president 


Executive     Council — Top     row:      Dorothy     Parsons,     Jane     Thiem 

Peggy    Vest,    Lynda    Couch 
Bottom     row:      Elaine     Skadberg,    Gene     Stimart,     Sue    Anderson 

Janece    Tippy 


The  Young  Women's  Christian  Associa- 
tion offers  University  women  an  opportunity 
to  work,  play,  share,  and  grow  with  peo- 
ples of  many  races,  religions,  and  nation- 
alities. 

Work  is  done  in  many  fields  with  services 
reaching  beyond  the  immediate  community 
to  Chanute  Field,  where  craft  and  recrea- 
tion groups  are  sponsored. 

Annual  events  undertaken  by  the  "Y" 
are  the  bake  sale  and  the  doll  show,  a 
favorite  Christmas  event. 


Cabinet — Top  row:      Eureath   White,    Dorothy    Parsons,    Elaine   Skadberg,   June   Heifer,     Marilyn    Reinhart,    Kiyo    Yoshimura,     Dorothea     Lahey,    Charlotte    Hogan,    Marilyn 

Scherer 

Second   row:  Phyllis   Whitehead,    Nancy    Hiatt,    Stella    Lyman,    JoAnn    Farley,    Gene    Stimart,   Sue   Brunkow,    Patricia   Thudium,   Janice   Heil 

Bottom    row:  Judith   Zink,   Mary  Stark,    Peggy   Vest,   Janece  Tippy,    Nancy   Simons,   Sue  Anderson,   Jane  Thiem,   Lynda   Couch 


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STAR 


Dora   Fishel,   senior  manager 

'un!or  managers:      Robert   Hall,  Josephine  Hendricks 


Junior   managers:      Jeanne    Brunkow,    Leonard   Walberg 


Concert   and    Entertainment    Board — Top    row:      Prof.   Morris   Carter,    Prof.    Edward    Davidson,    Prof.   John    Frey,   Arnold    Paolasini,    Richard    Branom,    Prof.    Duane    Branigan 
Bottom   row:        Dora  Fishel,   Prof.    Rubin   Cohn,    Emily  Ward 


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The  Star  Course  is  a  student  organiza- 
tion which  is  operated  on  a  non-profit 
basis.  It  is  sponsored  and  controlled  by 
a  student-faculty  group,  the  University 
Concert  and  Entertainment  Board,  which 
makes  all  final  decisions  and  supervises 
the  appointment  of  staff  members. 
Throughout  the  school  year,  Star  Course 
presents  an  interesting  and  educational 
series  of  concerts. 

Two  senior  managers  lead  and  direct 
the  organization.  Under  them  are  eight 
junior  managers,  chosen  from  the  pre- 
vious year's  sophomores.  The  freshmen 
and  sophomores  usher  at  all  concerts  and 
help  backstage  and  take  care  of  routine 
work. 


Junior   managers:     Ronald    Beck,    Carole   Scherwat 


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Sophomore     managers — Top     row:     Marilee     Schmidt,     Sharon     Lappin,     Richard     Hage-t,    John    Ting  left,    Roger    Vaughn,    William    McNair,    Julia    Smith,    Virginia    Witlke 
Bottom    row:     Caroline    Shinkle,    Susan    Howarth,    Janice    Heil,    Dorothy    Garland,    Karlyn   Keitelkcmp,   Susan   Black 


Sophomore    managers — Top    row:      Merle    Darlene    Likens,    Barbara    Bobcock,    Larry    Harmon,    James    Creath,    John    Armstrong,    Harris   Horweler,    Richard    Besser,    Helen   Wor- 

sham,    Marie   MitcheM 
Bottom    row:     Alice    Baker,    Bliss    Walker,    Diantha    Spires,    Mary    Bath    Sonderskov,    Gertrude  Gassmann,   Rhea   Peterson 


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Clifford    Curzon 


Dimitri   Mifropoulos,    conductor 


STAR  COURSE 
ARTISTS 


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Maria    Tallchief 


STAR  COURSE 
ARTISTS 


Fred    Waring 


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STAR  COURSE 
ARTISTS 


UNIVERSITY  THEATRE  PLAYS 


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Blood    Wedding 


The  Enchanted 


UNIVERSITY 

THEATRE 

PLAYS 


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Jane  Woelfersheim,   student  staff  per- 
sonnel   manager 


UNIVERSITY  THEATRE 


The  University  Theatre  has  provided  enter- 
tainment for  the  campus  and  community  for 
over  thirty-one  years.  This  organization  has 
striven  constantly  to  expand  and  improve  its 
services  by  sustaining  a  program  of  distinguished 
modern  plays  and  classic  masterpieces,  and  by 
providing  expert  theatre  arts  training  for  its 
student  workers.  It  is  a  major  extra-curricular 
activity  for  hundreds  of  students  every  year. 

The   University  Theatre   Board,  composed   of 


both  students  and  faculty,  is  the  governing  body. 
Direction  and  technical  direction  of  the  program 
is  furnished  by  faculty  staff  managers,  each  is 
in  charge  of  a  separate  department  of  theatre 
activity. 

The  Theatre  has  three  types  of  workshops:  the 
actors'  workshop  for  more  advanced  members, 
a  showcase  workshop  for  beginners,  and  a  work- 
shop for  the  performance  of  student  written 
plays. 


Board   of  Control — Top   row:      Prof.    Karl    Wallace,    Prof.   Joseph   Scott,    Anne   Davis,    Prof.   Claude  Viens,   Prof.   Cameron   Gullette 
Bottom    row:     Marie   Garvey,    Prof.    Aloner    Knight,    Jane   Woelfersheim 
Not    in    panel:      Eva    Hildesheimer 


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Charles    Francis,    construction 


Marylou    McGowan,    paint 


Andrew    Ekblaw,    stage    management 


UNIVERSITY 


Lorraine    Borman,    properties 


Barbara   Schedel,   workshop  theatre 


UNIVERSITY 


Associate    managers — Top    row:     Carol    McCradie,   Shirley 


Gaghen,    Patricia   Jensen,    Norma    Hertzmann 
Bottom      row:      Roger     Fitzgerald,     Joan      Burch, 

Dornoff,    Mary    Schurla,    John    Rithmrller 
Not    in    panel:     Nancy    Albee,    Paul    Curtis 


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Lois    Cohn,    publicity 


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Arthur  Williams,    playbill   and   box   office 


Marie   Garvey,    house    management 


Kermlt    Brecn,    director 


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Six  choral  groups  comprise  the  major  vocal 
music  organizations  of  the  University.  Paul 
Young  is  in  charge  of  the  University  Choir,  the 
Men's  Glee  Club,  and  the  Oratorio  Society.  Ker- 
mit  Breen  directs  the  Women's  Glee  Club  and 
the  Junior  Men's  Glee  Club;  Ruthann  Harrison 
conducts  the  University  Chorus. 

The  most  advanced  group,  the  Choir,  pre- 
sented a  Fall  "Pops"  Concert,  and  went  on  two 
tours,  extending  to  northern  and  southern  Illi- 
nois. Haydn's  "The  Creation"  was  presented 
by  the  Chorus  on  December  5. 


A  tour  of  the  East  was  highlighted  by  an  ap- 
pearance on  Ed  Sullivan's  "Toast  of  the  Town" 
for  the  Men's  Glee  Club.  Along  with  the  Junior 
Men's  Glee  Club,  they  presented  a  Homecom- 
ing "Pops"  Concert  and  gave  a  Christmas  pro- 
gram at  Chanute  Air  Force  Base. 

The  Women's  Glee  Club  joined  with  the  Choir 
and  the  Men's  Glee  Club  for  a  Christmas  Concert 
on  December  12.  "St.  Matthew's  Passion,"  by 
Bach,  was  presented  in  the  spring  by  the  Ora- 
torio Society. 


UNIVERSITY  CHOIR 


Sopranos:  Mary  Collins,  Andrea  Hansen.  Mariorie  Howard,  Marianne  Ivey,  Ernestine  Lawler,  Jewette  Reynolds,  Wilma  Stack,  Marjoiie  Stucke,  Dolores  Uebele,  Phoebe 
Varvayn,  Jo  Bellmar,  Frances  Cox,  Rachel  Day,  Bunny  Doskin,  Carmen  Edmundson,  Glenda  Lichtenberqer,  Judith  Locke,  Barbara  Nave,  Charlotte  Pizner,  Susan 
Spahn,  Frances  Star,  Patricia  Waller,  Gerthalene  Hines.  Altos:  Susan  Black,  Marrva  Carr,  Gayle  Coodin,  Paula  Gerspacher,  Doris  Knox,  Evelyn  Lange,  Mary 
Ann  Lilja,  Mimi  Reznick,  Judy  Riemenschneider,  Barbara  Soderberg,  Iris  Arend,  Nancy  Arnesen,  Reina  Cohn,  Juanita  Follmer,  Harriet  Godeke,  Sally  Kietzman, 
Nancy  McCleery,  Jantina  Noorman,  Nanette  Swartz,  Barbara  Zizek.  Tenors:  Leon  Heipel,  Bob  Rogier,  George  Sell,  Dorwood  Shiplett,  Kermit  Breen,  Paul  Finney, 
William  Graham,  Robert  Martin,  Butch  Smith,  Robert  Staker,  Bernard  Van  Emden,  John  Pettit.  Basses:  Jack  Brennan,  John  Cowen,  Paul  Edwards,  Paul  Gaskins, 
George  Mead,  John  Murphy,  Philip  Samuelson,  Donald  Shawl,  Lewis  Songer,  Fuhrer  Dickey,  Duane  Cropp,  John  James,  David  Larry,  John  Larson,  Donald  Moreland, 
Rudolph    Nekovar,    David    Pease,    William    Perenchio,    Dewayne    Richardson,    John    Rinedollar,    Dennis    Serdahl 


Sopranos:  LucMe  Allen,  C.  Anderson,  Mi kl  Borchers,  Marilyn  Boehme,  Gloria  Breje 
PriscMla  Dettmar,  Johnnita  Daniels,  Joan  Dvorchals,  Joan  Eaton,  Marianne  Fry 
Holland,  Joanne  Hissong,  Joanne  Hoover,  Gretchan  Johnson,  June  Kurz,  Virgini 
Patricia  Plummer,  Virginia  Quaife,  Nada  Rowland,  Jean  Ruston,  Barbara  Shellg 
Simon,  Marilyn  Waters,  Bonnie  Wahlstrom,  Joan  Weaver,  Nancy  WomeldorfT. 
Luella  Broaddus,  Agnes  Bures,  Celia  Davidson,  Sandra  Edelman,  Elizabeth  Edw 
Hambrick,  Shirley  Hunter,  Joan  Johnson,  Margaret  Kelly,  Lucre tia  Kolanczyk,  R 
Elaine  Oderkirk,  Margaret  Oberzan,  Marcia  Painter,  Gail  Perry,  Joyce  Pisor,  Pa 
Virginia  True,  Sandra  Teakert,  La  von  Sprath,  Joan  Stallings,  Ravae  Sharp,  Suz 
Zuckerberg.  Tenors:  Dan  Butterfield,  Carl  Biel ,  Donald  Czek,  Roger  Crawfor 
Paul  Joiner,  K.  Kay,  Barbara  Lee,  L.  Leighton,  Arthur  McCoy-Rutgers,  Charle 
Basses:  Neil  Arends,  Bruce  Barkley,  Jay  Becker,  Uldis  Blukis,  Patrick  Collins 
Harris,  Al  Hecht,  John  Johnson,  Kenneth  Kani,  Leonard  Levy,  Roger  Marquard 
Rice,  Wallace  Riley,  Myke  Rogers,  Steve  Schatz,  Jack  Ruina,  Joe  Schwaegel,  Ed 
Joel    Thrawl,    John    Winking,    Willis    Umfleet,    Dick    Worthington,    B.    Schertzer. 


ha,    Corinne    Burton,     Lesha    Bellows,     Patricia    Crummy,    V.    Carlson,    Janice    Dattilo 

Jeir   Gage,    Patricia    Gi  Her,    Anna    Gillespie,    Katy    Heitkotter,    Elynor    Haller,    Audrey 

a    Lange,    Sue    Moss,    Patricia    Naidert,    Joan    Paulin,    Janet    Penneman,    Inna    Priede 

rew,    Shirley    Temple,     Lea    Thompson,    Sally    Thompson,    Marylynn    St.    Auben,    Jean 

Altos:     Elizabeth    Allen,    Barbara    Bales,    Enid    Ball,    Vivian    Beneditti,    Phyllis    Bleck 

ards,    Kay    Ent,    Dora    Fisble,    Judith    Friedman,    Dolores    Gubser,    Judith    Hage,    Martha 

uth   Leachman,   Elizabeth    Learner,   Mary  Mangeaoang,   Carolyn   Mitchell,   Alta  Mitchell 

tricia   Reis,   Lucretia    Robinson,    Lola  Sanner,  Janet  Skiles,   Marian  Softer,   Jean   Smoots 

ann3   Shaw,    Barbara    Stevens,    Barbara   Wescott,   Carol   Wroblewski,    Ruth   Wulff,    Caro 

d,    Roger    cvans,    Philip    Giambri,    Thomas    Gauger,    Gerald    Hansen,    George    James 

Klindera,    Paul    Sutton,    Leonard    Poppratte,    Elvin   Warrick,    George    Be  In",    Jay   Allen 

Dwayne  Denhart,   Roland   Dick,    Robert   Facko,   George  Green,   Uri   Groneman,    Harold 

William    Matheny,    Joseph    Miller,    R.    Norton,    Henry    O'Neill,    Robert    Plagge,    Joe 

ard    Schwartz,    John    Schwegler,    William    Saffer,    William    Sorgatz,    John    Swanson, 


UNIVERSITY  CHORUS 


ORATORIO  SOCIETY 


Sopranos:  Jo  Bellmar,  Florence  Brown,  Frances  Cox,  Dorothy  Dyle,  Rachel  Day,  Ja 
brand,  Marjorie  Howard,  Anna  be  Me  Hubbard,  Marianne  I  vey,  Ernie  Jawler,  Ela 
Zander,  Marjorie  Stucke,  Marika  Adam,  Margaret  Brengle,  Maryella  Collins,  Co 
Rausch,  Jeanne  Redems,  Floy  Rowland,  Norma  Schroeder,  Wilma  Stack,  France 
Elaine  Hall,  Diane  Haskell,  Gerthalene  Hines,  Martha  Johnson,  Peggy  Larowe 
Schneider,  Lorraine  Robe,  Barbara  Soderburg,  Susan  Spahn,  Nanette  Swartz,  Phy 
Arnesen,  Katherine  BellefF,  Susan  Black,  Beverly  Bouwsma,  Jacqueline  Breen,  Lo 
pacher,  Roberta  Hickman,  Edith  Jones,  Sally  Kietzman,  Doris  Knox,  Jean  Krause 
Katharine  Weller,  Carol  Marling,  Betty  Tankwich.  Tenors:  Kermit  Breen,  Will 
Manske,  Robert  Milliken,  John  Pettit,  Wesley  Sell,  Joseph  SMplett,  Fred  Kahou 
Fricker,  Edward  Lantz,  Leighton  Lindquist,  Clinton  Nelson,  Robert  Rogier,  Rudol 
Joe  Fritchle,  Paul  Finney,  Ermett  Mueller,  E.  Spieglemann,  Phranc  Wtlyoms. 
Frasca,  John  Hill,  William  Jennings,  Lowell  Kelly,  Robert  Kedder,  William  Kreu 
Swift,  Bertram  William,  Phillip  Wintergust,  Peter  Yankwich,  Ronald  Crowell,  Pau 
Stuart    Langdon,    John    Larson,    Humbert    Lucarelli,    George    Mead,    Don    Moreland 


nette  Dillavous,  Bunny  Duskin,  Carmen  Edmundson,  Harriet  Godeke,  Joyce  Hilden- 
ine  Pizner,  Mary  Roberts,  Shirley  Ross,  Dolores  Uebele,  Patricia  Waller,  Barbara 
nstance  Curt  in,  Pearl  Helms,  Glenda  Lkhtenberger,  Judy  Locke,  Barbara  Nane,  Mary 
s  Staff,  Phoebe  VanVayn,  Elizabeth  Daysdale.  Altos:  Linda  Allen,  Gayle  Goodin, 
,  Jean  Lokke,  Nancy  McCleery,  Jantina  Noorman,  Mimi  Reznick,  Judy  Riemen- 
llts  Thompson,  Doris  Vogt,  Barbara  Ztzek,  Carol  Zuckerberg,  Iris  A  rend,  Nancy 
is  Brighton,  Norma  Brooks,  Mama  Carr,  Reina  Cohn,  Wanita  Follmer,  Paula  Gers- 
,  Maryann  Lilje,  Myra  Lytle,  Barbara  McCrimmon,  Virginia  Sargent,  Betty  Shull, 
s  Cupery,  James  Douglass,  William  Graham,  Jim  Keehner,  Richard  Krause,  Charles 
t,  Rhan  Stan,  Carl  Drumheller,  Clark  Findley,  James  Florini,  David  Fricker,  Donald 
ph  Schattke,  Robert  Stoker,  Bernard  Vanemden,  Robert  Wilhoit,  Franklin  Williams, 
Basses:  Richard  Anderson,  Clyde  Barth,  John  Campbell,  James  Celeries,  Rudolf 
ger,  Robert  Samm,  William  Mavity,  William  Quinn,  Dwayne  Richardson,  George 
1  Geskins,  James  Albright,  Charles  Bednar,  Paul  Edwards,  Larry  Hill,  James  Holt, 
,    David    Pease,    Dana    Pratt,    Michael    Rogers,    Philip    Samuelson,    John    Voelpel,    Don 


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First   Sopranos:      Mary    Boss,    Lillian    Balazs,    Vivian    Carlson,    Judith    Gates,    Janet   Grill,    Kathryn   Gronberg,    Annette   Gulder,    Nancy    Hanks,    Nathalie   Irwin,    Suzanne   Kaye, 

Beverly    Lee,    Elaine    Melcher,    Hazel    Mendenhall,    Nancy    Richburg,    Janet    Turney,    Emily   Valentine,    Saundra   Wilcox,    Sandra    Kent 
Second  Sopranos:       Karen    Brown,   Joan    Dvorchak,   Mary   Even,  Mary  Gibson,    Donna    Hawks,     Jean     Holderman,     Louise     Knight,     Mariann     Nolta,     Virginia     Quaife,     Nada 

Rowand,    Sherry    Rossiter,    Patricia    Schnulle,    Norma    Schroeder,    Doris    Vanis,    Penny    Walker,    Karol    Weihl,    Joyce    Weissman,    Carol    Whitlock,     Lois    Hexdall,    Donna 

Kreiter,    Norma    Linkow,    Colleen    Patton,    Marge   Work 
First    Altos:      Harriett    Harmstrong,    Karen    Biddle,    Margaret    Borchers,    Rochelle    Goldberger,   Jane  Greene,    Betty   Hoffman,   Jean   Kruase,   Carol   McCradie,  Judy  MacCorquo- 

dale,   Virginia  Minnie,   Malka  Mirvis,   Marjorie  Nelson,   Carol   Scheibe,   Karen   Vaupel,    Marcia    Zipay,    Carol    Zuckerberg 
Second    Altos:       Linda    Allen,   Archalene   Amos,   Jane   Carrigan,    Carol    Grady,    Sally    Johnson,     Dorothy     Kehart,     Sandra     Layton,     Jacqueline     Leddy,     Jean     Schroth,     Nancy 

Schmidt,     Barbara    Shilland,     Nancy    Smith,     Barbara    Stevens,     Beverly    Wright       Accompanist:      Camilla    Lyon 

WOMEN'S  GLEE  CLUB 


JUNIOR  MEN'S  GLEE  CLUB 

Orville  Alper,  John  Bidner,  James  Bruno,  Glen  Burger,  Alfred  Chiprin,  William  Clark,  Jon  Culton,  Thomas  Davis,  John  Floyd,  Gene  Fooks,  Robert  Furry,  Charles  Gilkey, 
James  Hubbard,  Richard  Hubert,  Gardner  Jones,  Bradford  Ingels,  Douglas  Jackson,  Thomas  Johnston,  Joseph  Jones,  Jerry  King,  Harold  Klatt,  Lawrence  Larson, 
Richard  Larson,  Raymond  Levy,  Alvin  Linn,  Robert  Litvan,  Lawrence  Loew,  David  McGtnty,  Richard  McGuire,  John  Marzuke,  Robert  Metzler,  Donald  Miller,  Ronald 
Mohr,  Charles  Moore,  Joseph  Olinger,  Thomas  Oliver,  Gerald  Peterson,  Robert  Rankine,  Donald  Rim  snider,  Louis  Rogers,  James  Rohl,  William  Shaffer,  Arvin 
Shaarago,  Sheldon  Silverman,  Philip  Smith,  James  Solomon,  William  Sommer,  Floyd  Sours,  James  TerwIIMger,  Simeon  Trotter,  Kermit  Wells,  Robert  Wingard, 
Gerald    Wisner 


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1st  Tenor:  Thomas  Bone,  John  Bourke,  Ronald  Carlson,  John  DeFries,  Vernon  Eidmon,  Donald  Fricker,  Curtis  Gabbard,  John  Gill,  Leon  Heiple,  Robert  McTrusty, 
Clinton  Nelson,  Keith  Purviance,  Robert  Rogier,  Charles  Shutt,  Gene  Van  Winkle,  Ronald  Walling.  2nd  Tenor:  Thomas  Bonwell,  John  Brown,  Robert  Brunsen, 
John  Calkins,  Donald  Cohan,  Richard  Duvic,  David  Fricker,  Daniel  Fritschle,  Franklin  Gutowsky,  Roger  Little,  Richard  Provines,  Karl  Putnam,  Eddie  Smith,  James 
Sokolowski,  Robert  Staker,  James  Steider,  Paul  Swanson,  Anthony  Thompson,  Eugene  Urbaniec,  Richard  Walters,  William  Weber.  1st  Bass:  James  Bartell,  Clyde 
Barth,  Ruel  Becker,  Carl  Bornholt,  Richard  Cowart,  Roger  Cowen,  Eugene  Dramm,  Donald  Drummond,  William  Ekvall,  Richard  Gronquist,  David  Haas,  Roger 
Hoffman,  Fred  Kohout,  John  Murphy,  Philip  Palmer,  Arthur  Price,  Jesse  Sommer,  Clarence  Teagarden,  Robert  Watts,  Jim  Whitelaw,  Keith  Wright.  2nd  Bass: 
Richard  Branom,  Gene  Corley,  Fuhrer  Dickey,  Robert  Ellison,  James  Ferguson,  Howard  Getz,  Burt  Grant,  John  Kemp,  Sam  Kirk,  Bob  Kloster,  Frank  Laraia,  John 
Larson,  David  Lowy,  Robert  Martin,  Don  Mueller,  Rudolph  Nekovar,  Bertil  Pearson,  Charles  Pittman,  Ray  Richner,  Everett  Schleter,  Dennis  Serdohl,  John  Sharp, 
Gordon    Turnbull,    Edmund    White,    Ronald    Wisthuff,    Russell     foumans 


MEN'S  GLEE  CLUB 


Howard  Getz,  senior  manager;  Sam  Kirk,  publicity; 
Clarence  Teagarden,  secretary;  Roger  Little, 
treasurer;  Dennis  Serdahl,  president;  Burt  Grant, 
junior    manager 

Net    in    panel:     Gordon    Turnbull,    junior   manager 


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Derry  Deane,  John  V/ehlan,  Robert  King,  Dwight  Dyer,  Joel  Gimpel,  Sanford  Rsuning,  Margaret  Kelly,  Nancy  Selle,  Lucretia  Kolanczyk  Gertrude  Ulbrich  Harriett 
Arndt,  John  Wirtz,  Julia  Deskins,  Lawrence  Smith,  Stuart  Langdon,  Ann  Winters,  Joyce  Putnam,  Audrey  Schulz,  Grace  Beckett,  Myron  McLain  John  Shroye'r  George 
Honig,  Assar  Zaky,  Janis  O'Dell,  Joseph  Ceo,  Lynne  Belville,  Florence  Bergathon,  Dorothy  Arndt,  Royce  Koors,  Janet  Schulte,  Martha  Parker  Faye  Gill  Rosalind 
Davidson,  Roberta  Rezits,  Joan  McLetchie,  Jerry  Gold,  Camilla  Lyon,  Elsie  Krumpe,  Elizabeth  Dillon,  Julie  Wells,  Berenice  Anner,  David  Hamilton  William  Tisdall 
Edith  Brockman,  Carolyn  Mitchell,  Barbara  Wescott,  Elaine  Pohl,  Mariorie  Nelson,  Joyce  Adler,  Stephen  Allfree,  Arthur  Stone,  Myra  Bloxom  Benjamin  Williams' 
Ahce  Mahler,  Carolyn  Hauptman,  Humbert  Lucarelli,  Dave  Ernest,  Sandra  Zartman,  William  Huntington,  David  Welker,  James  Fleisher,  Howard  Wasserman  Harold 
Greinke,  Richard  Boerlm,  Joe  Buchanan,  Carolyn  Foy,  Wayne  Phillips,  Martin  Tiersky,  Ted  Thayer,  Richard  Suddendorf,  Richard  Tolley,  Glenn  Mortenson,  Jocquelyn 
Brown,    Lloyd   Farrar,   Richard    Bilderback,   Gordon   Palmer,   James   Ferguson,  Albert    Payson,    William    Olson,    Warren    Smith,    Thomas    Siwe     Marlene    Shepard 


SYMPHONY  ORCHESTRA 


Bernard    Goodman,    conductor 


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The  University  of  Illinois  Symphony  Orchestra  ranks  with 
the  best  college  and  university  orchestras  in  the  country.  The 
members  of  this  group  are  students  as  well  as  townspeople 
and  faculty  members  of  the  University.  Tryouts  are  held  at 
the  beginning  of  each  year  for  those  who  are  interested  in 
becoming  members. 

Throughout  the  year,  the  orchestra  presents  various  con- 
certs for  the  benefit  of  the  people.  It  includes  in  its  programs 
contemporary  as  well  as  classical  works. 

Making  up  the  orchestra's  many  activities  are  out-of- 
town  concerts,  a  performance  during  the  Contemporary  Arts 
Festival  and  other  performances  on  special  week-ends. 
Twice  a  year  all  the  choral  groups  perform  together. 


Mark    Hindsley,   director 


Mark  Hindsley  directs  the  University  of  Illinois  Concert 
Band,  the  most  advanced  of  the  three  bands.  Its  members 
are  those  who  have  attained  the  highest  level  of  technical 
proficiency,  and  are  selected  from  new  students  by  try-outs 
and  from  the  ranks  of  the  Regimental  Bands,  which  serve  as 
a  training  ground  for  the  Concert  Band.  One  hundred  twenty- 
five  musicians  comprised  this  year's  roster. 

The  band  participates  in  the  University  Band  Clinic  and 
presents  an  Anniversary  Concert  each  year.  In  conjunction 
with  the  Regimental  Bands,  it  helps  present  the  Twilight 
Concert  series  played  on  the  Auditorium  steps  each  week 
during  the  spring.  Everett  Kisinger  and  Guy  Duker  are  assist- 
ant directors. 


CONCERT  BAND 


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Bender,  Duane  W.ckiser  String  Basses:  Edith  Brockman,  Audrey  Veazie,  Grace  Sexton,  Edward  Krolick.  Harps:  Marlene  Shepard,  Margaret  Griggs'.  Flutes 
2  i  u  i  "«•  ™,'d  !°ne'  I"*  ,'!'9noey'  F'°nkUn  Williams,  Ben  Williams,  Barbara  Brown,  Glen  Riggin,  Joan  Berkowitz,  Carol  Michael,  Glenda  Lichtenberger 
Ruth  Moyle  Virginia  Bleyins,  Luella  Broaddus,  Dorothy  Arndt,  Faith  Roubik  Robert  Resek.  Oboes  and  English  Horns:  Carolyn  Hauptman,  Herbert  Kuehne' 
Sandra  Zartrnan,  Hubert  Lucarelli.  Bassoons  and  Contrabassoons:  Harold  Greinke,  Jackson  Root,  Gerald  BurokofF,  Iva  Eadie,  Lynn  Horton,  Sandra  Beushausen 
Helen  Nichols.  Saxophones:  James  Cobb,  Ervin  Schawacker,  Barbara  Zander,  Herbert  Bayley.  French  Horns:  Joseph  Buchanan,  Wayne  Phillips,  Edwin  Thayer' 
Martin  Tiersky,  Roy  Cousins,  Carolyn  Foy  Richard  Cowart,  Donald  Filzen,  Elwood  Willey.  Cornets:  Jacquelyn  Brown,  Richard  Tolley,  George  Reynolds  Robert 
Mendith  Robert  Morrow,  Angela  Cuca,  Thomas  Prickett,  Glenn  Mortenson,  Paul  Rossok,  Joseph  Andronowitz,  Mitchell  Bender.  Trumpets:  Richard  Suddendort 
Haskell     Sexton       Gerald     Anderson,     Donald     Fatheree.      Trombones,       Lloyd     Farrar,    Gordon    Palmer,    David    Pierce,    Dennis    Galle,    Ronald    Slonneger,    Richard    Bilder- 

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Douglas    Kline,    Leroy    Tungett.    Will, am    Phillips.    Harvey   Davis,    Robert   Kelley.    Timpani:      Albert    Payson.      Percussion:      Mervin     Britton      Paul     Price      Willi. 
Ihomas    biwe,    Fred    Schon,    Dennis    Thompson 


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Clarinets:  David  Albert,  John  Beaty,  Phillip  Davis,  Bernard  Burnett,  Howard  Gerber,  Ronald  Griesheimer,  Martha  Hoerdt,  David  Kocher,  Fred  McCullough,  Phillip 
Miller,  Alan  Olson,  Joe  Rice,  Allen  Robin,  Leonard  Schaider,  Wallace  Schroth.  Jessi  Sommer,  Howard  Vandenburgh,  Frank  Underwood,  Steve  Wuntzke,  Roger 
Derby,  Howard  Leftwich,  Harold  Lewis,  Claude  Linford,  Richard  Michael,  Gerald  Monroe  Bass  Clarinets:  Ralph  Getz,  Norman  Thorpe,  Robert  Wilson  Flutes: 
Shirley  Berfield,  Beverly  Blacksher,  James  Erkman,  Suzanne  Kaye,  Keith  Prater,  Karen  Roeder,  William  Sommer,  Loretta  Nagel  Oboes:  Thomas  Bonwell,  Richard 
Claywell,  William  Hyde,  Joan  Patton  Bassoons:  John  Hall,  James  McComb,  Martin  Robertson,  Carl  Shook  Saxophones:  Robert  Butkus,  Charles'  Dixon, 
Richard  Gronquist,  Marshall  Harris,  Kenneth  Kay,  Jerry  L.  Kermicle,  Edward  Paul  French  Horns:  Nancy  Smith,  Kenneth  Wagner,  Ted  Abrens,  Richard  McConnell,' 
Phillip  Palmer,  Robert  Rogers  Cornets:  Merle  Bengston,  Phyllis  Blech,  Donald  Dean,  Warren  James,  Robert  Watts  Trombones:  Donald  Ded'itius,  Robert  Ellison,' 
Joe  Giffin,  Larry  Hill,  John  Hodson,  Sam  Kirk,  John  Morgan,  Sheldon  Rosenberg  Trumpets:  Howard  Carson,  James  Douglass,  Lloyd  Fox,  Jim  Follenshee,  Frank 
Heckler,  Billy  Link,  Milton  Okeon,  Daniel  Rees,  Harold  Robertson,  Roger  Wegehenkel  Baritones:  Richard  Angus,  James  Finley,  Paul  Kermicle,  Claude  Land, 
Robert  Munneke  Tubas:  William  Klaproth  Sousaphones:  Charles  Wolfe  Percussions:  Julian  Bockserman,  Quinton  Bowles,  Charles  Bradkorb,  Allan  Kleinbeck] 
Geraldine    Kruger,    Marcia    Painter,   Arthur    Price,    Richard    Snyder,    Warren    Smith 


FIRST  REGIMENTAL  BAND 


The  First  Regimental  Band,  with  a  membership  of  100,  is 
conducted  by  Everett  Kisinger.  The  band  serves  to  prepare 
musicians  for  membership  in  the  Concert  Band.  Not  restricted 
to  music  school  students,  the  band  members  represent  every 
college  and  school  in  the  University. 

The  band's  activities  are  somewhat  curtailed  until  Decem- 
ber, since  many  of  its  members  are  in  the  Football  Marching 
Band,  which  is  active  throughout  the  football  season.  On 
January  13,  they  participated  in  the  Music  Festival,  and 
joined  with  the  other  bands  after  Easter  in  presenting  the 
Twilight  Concert  Series.  The  Regimental  Bands  performed 
at  the  Honors  Day  Revue,  Mothers  Day  ceremonies,  and 
Commencement.  Their  annual  feature  concert  was  presented 
in  March. 


Everett    Kisinger,    director 


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The  Second  Regimental  Band,  also  directed  by  Everett 
Kisinger,  is  divided  into  two  groups.  Band  A  includes  92 
members;  Band  B  is  comprised  of  47  members.  The  two 
groups  form  a  beginning  from  which  musicians  can  advance 
to  the  First  Regimental  Band  and  to  the  Concert  Band.  This 
year's  membership  was  considerably  enlarged  from  that  of 
previous  years. 

The  Second  Regimental  Bands  furnished  music  for  the 
football  pep  rallies  and  other  group  programs  such  as  the 
Veterans  Day  presentation.  They  join  with  the  other  band  in 
presenting  the  Twilight  Concert  Series  in  the  spring. 


SECOND  REGIMENTAL  BAND 


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jonn    wesraii       lubas:      Joseph    Conover,    Arthur   Grommer      Drummers:      ?"xL 

Lloyd    Lowder,    John    Lytle,    David    Weaver      Sousaphones:      Gilbert    Fink 


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FOOTBALL 


The  University  of  Illinois  Marching  Band,  with  a  roster 
of  190  members,  thrilled  football  fans  with  over  fifty 
pre-game  and  half-time  formations  this  year.  Among 
the  highlights  was  a  sequence  of  formations  honoring 
John  Phillip  Sousa,  first  spelling  out  SOUSA,  then  illustrat- 
ing several  of  his  marches,  including  Sabre  and  Spurs, 
Northern  Pines,  and  George  Washington  Bicentennial. 

At  the  Ohio  State  game,  the  band  saluted  the  l-Men 
with  a  winged  foot,  then  with  moving  formations  kicking 
a  football  and  throwing  a  basketball. 


MARCHING  BAND 


The  portrayal  of  "what  we  like  best  from  Dad"  ($$$) 
received  many  chuckles  at  the  Syracuse-Dads  Day  game. 

Eagerly  awaited  each  game  was  the  performance  of 
Chief  llliniwek,  Gaylord  Spotts.  The  band  was  ably  led  by 
drum  major  Paul  Rossock. 

Each  year,  the  band  journeys  to  one  out-of-town  foot- 
ball game.  On  October  15,  they  boarded  a  special  train 
for  the  trip  to  the  University  of  Minnesota,  where  they  gave 
one  of  their  finest  performances. 


Paul    Rossock,   drum    major 


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Stanford    Glass,    president 


The  Student  Senate,  the  official  representa- 
tive body  of  the  students,  is  composed  of 
thirty-eight  members.  Twenty-four  of  these 
are  elected  by  the  student  body  and  fourteen 
ex-officio  members  represent  various  activities 
and  housing  groups.  The  most  important  pur- 
pose of  this  group  is  to  promote  the  general 
policy  making  authority  over  student  affairs 
with  the  Committee  on  Student  Affairs. 

Any  student  on  campus  may  attend  a  Sen- 
ate meeting,  voice  opinions  concerning  the 
business  at  hand,  or  present  and  support  a 
legislation. 

A  special  branch  of  the  Student  Senate  is 
Freshman  Council,  which  is  made  up  of  a 
group  of  students.  This  group  helps  freshmen 
with  any  problems  which  they  may  have. 


STUDENT  SENATE 


Top    row:     David    Gray,    Bruce    Barkley,    Robert    Jacobson,    Betty    Priggie,    Delores    Hughes,     Herbert    Hudson,    Roger    Boskes,    Jennis    Bopst,    Phyllis    Hasse     Joyce    Chal- 

cratt,    Bruce   Bower,    Sherle   Olson,    Prof.    Karl   Gardner,    Lynn    Bryant,    Holbert   Gjlley,    Margaret    Lynett,    Prof.    Valentine   Jobst 
Second    row:     William    Graham,    Diane    Prentiss,    Phyllis    Hiob,    Stanford    Glass,    Anns  Davis,  Ann   Litherland 
Bottom    row:     Richard    Branom,    Robert    Emmons,    Thomas   Ainsley,    Merle   Miller,    William  Yeager,  Edward  Levin,  Charles  Finn 


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WessnTan,  Barton   Udd'  Ml,che"er-    M«»nce    P.ckard,    v,ce    president;    jcmes    Solomon,    president;    Mcrlene    Beck,    secretary-.reasurer;    Lowry    Boyley,    Colvin 

Bottom    row:     Barbara    Dixon,    Norma    Lyss,    Constance    Evans,    Sharon    Dexter 


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Merle    Miller,    chairman 


The  Co-ordination  Committee  was  set  up 
to  prevent  unnecessary  conflict  and  compe- 
tition between  the  programs  and  events  spon- 
sored by  various  student  organizations. 
Among  their  responsibilities  is  included  the 
consideration  of  student  petitions  and  the 
scheduling  of  a  time  and  location  for  student- 
sponsored  programs.  They  are  also  responsi- 
ble for  compiling  an  annual  calendar  of 
events,  planning  the  budget  for  many  Univer- 
sity functions  and  handling  tickets. 

Organizations  which  are  affected  by  the 
Co-ordination  Committee  are  the  lllini  Board 
of  Control,  University  Theater,  men's  athletics, 
women's  athletics,  lllini  Union,  Concert  and 
Entertainment  Board,  Campus  Chest,  Fresh- 
man Council,  and  the  housing  groups. 

This  committee  was  begun  by  the  Student 
Senate  and  it  is  in  its  seventh  year. 


CO-ORDINATION   COMMITTEE 


Top   row:     Richard   Branom,   Prof.   Walter  Johnson,   Prof.   David   Day,   Bruce   Barkley 
Bottom    row:     Anne    Davis,    Lynn    Bryant,    Merle    Miller,    Ann    Litherland,    Enid    Weinstein 


The  Committee  on  Student  Affairs  is  a 
part  of  the  University  Senate.  The  Student 
Senate  appoints  nine  faculty  members  to 
this  committee.  With  the  help  of  the  Senate, 
it  writes  the  "Code  on  Student  Affairs" 
which  is  a  set  of  regulations  concerning  the 
operation  of  all  student  organizations.  It 
serves  as  an  advisory  group  to  the  Dean  of 
Students. 

The  major  duties  of  this  committee  are  to 
prevent  outside  activities  from  encroaching 
on  your  studies,  and  to  help  students  main- 
tain good  living  conditions. 


Prof.    Karl    Gardner,    chai. 


COMMITTEE  ON  STUDENT  AFFAIRS 


Top   row:      Jennis   Bapst     Prof.    Phillip  Gorman,  Joyce  Chalcraft,  Stanford   Glass,   William   Graham,   Angelina   Pietrangeli 

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Top  row:  Yvonne  Seadin,  Bernard  Pechter,  Susan  Olmstead,  Margaret  Scranton,  Marilynn  Kelin 
Second  row:  Marcia  Leuchter,  Diantha  Spires,  Gloria  Andrews,  Priscilla  Perry,  Lynn  Marchok 
Bottom    row:     Arthur    Lerner,   James   Ciarlo,   Myron   Miller 

LIBERAL  ARTS  AND  SCIENCES 

COUNCIL      facilitates  student-faculty  relations 


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COMMERCE  COUNCIL 

provides  professional,  social,  and  educational  services  for  commerce  students 

Top    row:     Wayne    Schneider,    Harold    Harrigan,    Emmerson    Cammack,    advisor 

Second    row:     Bernard    Filler,    Roger    Baskes,    Raymond    Pitchford,    treasurer;    Ross    Rolander 

Bottom     row:     Jane    Solomon,     Diane    Zaremba,     secretary;    Joseph    Cicero,     president;  Mary  Ann   Uffelman 

Not    in    panel:     Richard    Earlix,    vice   president;    Alan    Sumberg,    Leonard    Bettinger,    Edward   Levin 


Top  row:     John  Cortland,  Dan  Dees 

Bottom  row:     Vavae  Sharp,   Frank  Thorp 

Not   in   panel:     Charles   Andrews,   Herbert   Farber,    Dean   Vern    Hampton,    Lyle   Dahlenburg,   Dean  Fred  Turner 

STUDENT  ORGANIZATION   FUND 

controls  funds  of  200  student  organizations 


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ENGINEERING  COUNCIL 

promotes  closer  cooperation  among  the  various  engineering   societies 

T°P   u7oJt"chn^o{JteTm  BUCkSOt'    Wi'"am    Meb6S'    ^"^    Baum9ar,ner'    J°mes    Smith-     Charles     McDonough,     Richard    Stern.     Edwin    Jackson,     Robert    Rohde, 

B0,%mres?dent.RajamisdBH'aas'    sTpa^   Zn'^'-   ^""h   Hod'"'    ~r7«P?"«'j"9    ^cretary;     Richard     Bemis,     Engineering     Open     House    chairman;     Keith    Yarborough, 
Snyder  cha,rman;    Howard    Wakeland,    faculty   advisor;    Robert   Bohl,    faculty   advisor;    Stephen   Trelease,    Edward    Rzewnicki,    Fred 


PANHELLENIC 
COUNCIL 


Gail    Furnall,    president 


Panhellenic  is  the  governing  and  policy-mak- 
ing body  of  all  the  sororities  at  the  University 
of  Illinois.  It  strives  to  bring  about  a  closer 
friendship  between  sororities  and  also  between 
the  sororities  and  independent  associations.  It 
works  to  further  high  intellectual  accomplish- 
ment and  create  sound  scholarship  among  its 
members. 

Panhellenic  activities  include  the  Fall  Scholar- 
ship dessert  and  the  Spring  banquet,  when  indi- 
vidual and  house  scholarship  is  honored.  The 
council  also  sponsors  the  Pledge  banquet  every 
fall.    One  of  the  biggest  events  of  the  school 


year  is  the  annual  Panhellenic  ball  which  the 
council  presents  in  the  fall. 

The  governing  bodies  of  Panhellenic  are  the 
Presidents'  Council  and  the  Executive  Committee, 
the  latter  of  which  includes  council  officers,  a 
faculty  advisor,  and  fourteen  departmental  and 
junior  departmental  chairmen.  These  depart- 
ments are  social,  scholarship,  rushing,  pledge, 
activity,  public  relations,  Shi-Ai,  and  senate. 

Junior  Panhellenic  consists  of  all  sorority 
pledges.  The  organization  and  purpose  of  Junior 
Panhellenic  is  patterned  after  that  of  Panhellenic 
itself. 


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Panhellenic     Executive    Committee — Top    row:     Suzanne    Cuthbert,     Kappa    Alpha    Theta,    senior    rushing    chairman;    Katherine    Stobbs,    Alpha    Omicron    Pi,    public    relations; 

Dolores    Brence,    Alpha    Chi    Omega,    junior    pledge    chairman;    Mary    Werner,    Delta    Gamma,    senior    activities    chairman;    Joan    Groth,    Pi    Beta    Phi,    junior    activities 

chairman;    Virginia    Thompson,    Kappa    Alpha    Theta,    Shi-Ai    president;    Enid    Weinstein,    Sigma    Delta    Tau,    senate   representative;    Rosalie    Librach,    Sigma    Delta   Tau, 

junior   scholarship   chairman 
Second     row:     Terryl     DeLong,     Kappa     Delta,     senior    pledge    chairman;     Betty     Purnel,    Gamma    Phi    Beta,    senior   social    chairman;    Barbara    Baxter,      Delta   Gamma,    senior 

scholarship    chairman;     Carol    Schaefer,    Zeta    Tau    Alpha,    Shi-Ai    sing    chairman     Janet  Jones.   Zeta  Tau  Alpha,  junior  rush  chairman 
Bottom    row:     Patricia    Cross,    advisor;    Elizabeth    Yanson,    Gamma    Phi    Beta,    secretary;     Phyllis     Hasse,     Alpha    Chi     Omega,    vice    president;    Gail     Furnall,    Pi     Beta    Phi, 

president;    Margaret    Remade,    Alpha    Chi    Omega,    treasurer 


Panhellenic  Presidents'  Council-Top  row:  Margaret  Pool  Pi  Beta  Phi;  Marion  Achor,  Alpha  Phi;  Mary  House,  Delta  Delta  Delta;  Nina  Temple,  Kappa  Kappa  Gamma; 
Kay  Stobbs,  Alpha  Om.eron  P.;  Joan  Berkey  Alpha  Delta  Pi;  Jane  Sweidal,  Delta  Zeta;  Eleanor  Laureys,  Pi  Kappa  Sigma;  Phyllis  Birtwell,  Sigma  Kappa;  Terry 
DeLong,    Kappa    Delta;    Marilyn    Andrews,    Chi    Omega  K      '  ' 

Se""fdn.Z:p1!?anne1  Mi"pr'-  AIPh°,  ,KaPP,a  Alpha;  Mary  Jane  Gibson,  Theta  Upsilon;  Enid  Weinstein,  Sigma  Delta  Tau;  Dorothy  House,  Phi  Mu;  Joan  Drucker,  Alpha 
Epsilon    Ph.;    Dolores    Reizner,    lota   Alpha    P,;    Manetta    Brothers,    Gamma    Phi    Beta;    Geri    Ryndale,    Zeta    Tau   Alpha;   Ann    Barnett,   Phi   Sigma   Sigma;    Margie   Bezio, 

Alpha    bom  ma    Delta  '  °  ' 

Bottom     row:     Joan     Lundstrom      Delta    Gamma;    Donna    Wilson,    Kappa    Alpha    Theta;    Elizabeth    Yanson,    Gamma    Phi    Beta,    secretary;    Gail    Furnall,    Pi    Beta    Phi      presi- 

dent;    Phyllis    Hasse     Alpha    Chi    Omega,    vice    president;    Jackie    Remade,    Alpha    Chi    Omega,   treasurer;    Lucille   Higgins,    Delta   Sigma   Theta 
Not    in     panel:     Sirella     Schwartz,     Delta     Phi     Epsilon;    Jo    Ann    Scroggins,    Alpha    Xi    Delta 

Junior    Ponhellenic— Top    row:     Sara    Vaughn,    Nancy   Schroder,    Martha    Ruvel,    Iris    Altschuler,    Nancy    Carlson,    Mary    Beth    Sawyer     Terry    Butler 

Second    row:     Carolyn    Snader      Kay    Reeves,    Gloria    Hemker,    Johanna    Madigan,    Carolyn    Biggs.    Joan    Dunbar,    Joyce    Cohn,    Sally    Johnson     Janice    O'Dell 

Bottom    row:     Janet    Parker,    Christine    Muse,    Susan    Woods,    Dorlene    George,    chairman;    Francine   Jafle,    Bernie    Boyer,    Mary    Reed     Diane   Martin 

Not    in    panel:     Janet    Brakensick,    Joan    Proudy,    Ina    Scheckman,    Jane    Lombard 


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WOMEN'S  GROUP 
SYSTEM 


The  Women's  Group  System  is  the  or- 
ganization for  independent  women  on  the 
campus.  All  women  living  in  residence 
halls  and  organized  houses  are  voting 
members  of  W.G.S.  A  council  of  the  house 
presidents  of  these  groups  meet  to  discuss 
the  group's  activities,  receive  announce- 
ments of  campus  events,  and  take  back  to 
their  houses  any  questions  needing  the 
opinion  of  the  individual  members.  The  ex- 
ecutive council,  made  up  of  officers,  major 
and  district  chairmen,  and  advisors  acts  as 
a  supervisory  and  legislative  body. 

The  Women's  Group  System  strives  to  aid 
independent  women,  especially  freshmen, 
with  their  campus  problems.  It  tries  to  pro- 
mote higher  scholastic  standing,  greater 
activity  interest,  and  a  general  spirit  of  co- 
operation 


Betty    Priggie,    president 


The  freshman  advisor's  program  in 
W.G.S.  gives  assistance  to  each  freshman. 
In  a  Freshman  Board,  composed  of  a  fresh- 
man girl  from  each  independent  house, 
freshman  problems  and  interests  are  dis- 
cussed. 

W.G.S.  sponsors  the  Watcheka  Sing,  a 
Mother's  Day  luncheon,  and  teas  honoring 
outstanding  scholarship  and  activities.  It 
joins  the  Men's  Independent  Association  in 
publishing  their  own  newspaper,  the  Indee. 


Executive   Council— Top   row:     Dean   Mary  Harrison,   Marilyn   Morine,   Gloria   Andrews,  Charmian  Clem,  Mary  Campbell,   Lynn   Bryant,  Audrey  Veazie,   Ruth  Hering 
Bottom    row:       Charlotte   Hogan,    Carol    Firch,    Betty   Priggie,    Virginia   Churchill 


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'^Ca^K^  lillia"    '«"""■•    "°""°    K— -    Ch-H...    Geminn.    Ruth    Hortin. 

SeCOnFtcX:VeraaShenvechLu0kbaUgh'   Re"ee  Freedm°n'   Marilyn   Mar^ok,  Mary   Vachta,    Itoko    Katayama,    Sandro    Epstein,    Eileen    Golb,    Joanne    Limestall,    Virginia 
Bottom    row:     Anita   Simkin,   Joyce  Totten,    Ruth    Berkley,    Lucille   Davidson,    Gwen   Suckman,   Ruth   Hering,   Beverly   Blue 


FreShr7eain,e^rrdr^[o°rPP  Tt!     JennynQue5ne,"'   Ursu'a  Dayenian,   Barbara   Fautz,   Shirley    Kruger,    Leah    Levin,    Edith      Zlaskoff,    Joan    Long,    Lois    Sakelsont     Nancy 
Neimeier,    Dolores    Skowron,    Donna     Lewis,    Marcia    Zipoy,    Bernedine    Gernon,    Mary   Anne    Elson  '  Y 

/^'b.1^  w&i™;??uh,,^Si2or,q  DiCesore- Marilyn  Sherman- Verna  Mae  Vo9'- Sylvia  Arokawa- Marnie  Mei,2er- pameia  shepherd-  N°ncy 

Bottom    row:     Carolyn    Stehrheim,    Donna    Cottrell,    Janet    Cisno,    Nancy    McCleery,     president;     Carol    Sweda,    secretary-treasurer;     Mary     Lewis,    vice    president; 
Kay   Ent,   program   chairman;     Sandy   Thomas,   reporter;     Virginia   Klatt,   Marguerite  Jones,   Peggy  Jo  Hann,   Joan  Hengels  presiaenr. 


MEN'S 
INDEPENDENT 
ASSOCIATION 


The  University  of  Illinois  Men's  Independent 
Association  is  the  representative  body  for  the 
independent  men  on  campus.  Established  and 
administered  by  students,  it  organizes  these  men 
and  enables  them,  through  united  effort,  to  in- 
fluence formulation  of  policies  affecting  student 
welfare.  The  MIA  includes  and  represents  all 
independent  men  on  campus  through  organiza- 
tion of  all  houses  with  eight  or  more  residents. 
One  representative  is  sent  from  each  such  resi- 
dence to  the  MIA  Monday  Council.  This  council 
decides  all  issues  of  major  importance  and  is  the 
policy-making  body  for  the  group.  The  Associa- 
tion's executive  body  is  the  President's  Cabinet, 
and  it  is  composed  of  officers  and  committee 
chairmen. 

Incentives  and  opportunities  for  independents 
in  all  fields  of  student  activity  are  provided  by 


Gordon    Cash,    president 


MIA.  This  body  awards  trophies  for  scholastic 
achievements,  aids  student  participation  in 
sports,  and  encourages  its  members  to  leader- 
ship in  the  organization's  varied  recreational 
program.  The  MIA  is  also  an  active  member  of 
the  National   Independent  Student  Association. 


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Cabinet — Top    row:      John    Kabala,    Donald    Kaufman,    Robert    Stephan,    Daniel    Patterson,    Richard    Hull,    George   Foster,    Edward    Levin,    Kenneth   Krueger,    Bert  Wolfe,   Allan 

Jacobs 
Bottom    row:      Adrian    Fox,    Robert   Waltz,    treasurer;     James    Ellingson,    vice   president;       Gordon     Cash,     president;       William     Wolfer,     secretary;       Jennis     Bapst,     senator; 

Richard    Hulet,    advisor 
Not    in     panel:      Bruce     Barkley,     senator 


Faculty  Advisory   Board — Top   row:     Earl   Seyler,   Joseph   Ewers,   Duane  Branigan,   Calvin  Sifferd 
Bottom    row:     Charles    Bowman,    Herbert    Farber,    Richard    Hulet 


Top    row:     Robert    Stephan,    Adrian    Fox,    Arthur    Bell,    Donald    Taylor,    Robert    Adelsperger,      Lee     Vanderhulst,     Charles     Salesman,     David     Weaver,     Richard     Dannells, 

Donald    McMasters,    Keith    Frey,    Robert    Cawthon,    Maurice    Snow,    Thomas    Leitzen,   Paul   Mayer,   Peter  Torchia 
Third    row:     Daniel    Pattarson,    William    Ekvall,    Gordon    Cash,    Merlan    Johnson,    Harold    Dean    Baker,    George    Jaeger,    Rossell    Earnst,    Thomas    Bear,    Charles    Foley,    Phillip 

Jones,    Richord    Hull,    Dieter    Rodrion,    Howard    Getz,    Willard    Parr,    Edward    Bingley,    Theodore    Christensen,    Robert    Overby,    Stuart    Posselt 
Second    row:     James    Miller,    Ronald    Maris,    Bernard    Friedman,    Edward    Levin,    James    Bruno,    Ocal    Eastham,    John    Kurzrock,    Burton    Wolf,    John    Rapasky,    Allan    Jacobs, 

Richard  Hulet,  advisor;  Jennis   Bapst 
Bottom    row:     William    Wolfer,    secretary;    Sam    Myers,    Donald    Kaufman,     Roger    Funk,    John    Cobala,    Robert    Waltz,    treasurer;     John     Curtin,     Leland    Bergstedt,    James 

Ellingson,    vice    president;    George    Fuster,    Kenneth    Krueger 


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INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 


The  Interfraternity  Council  is  the  gov- 
erning and  supervisory  body  of  all  social 
fraternities  at  the  University.  Such  current 
problems  as  scholarship,  activities,  house 
finances,  house  management,  and  pledge 
training  are  studied  by  the  council. 

The  Council  is  composed  of  two  chapter 
representatives  from  each  of  the  fifty-eight 
fraternities.  It  is  the  largest  as  well  as  the 
oldest  such  group  in  the  country.  Each  fra- 
ternity is  represented  by  a  junior  and  senior 
representative.  Regular  weekly  meetings 
and  committee  meetings  provide  the  setting 
for  getting  acquainted  and  disseminating 
constructive  ideas  for  fraternity  operation. 
Various  activities  may  be  attributed  to  the 
Council  through  its  officers  and  committees. 


Thomas    Rowader,    president 


The  Council  functions  are  effected  by  the 
actions  of  the  following  committees:  activ- 
ities, house  managers,  judicial,  pledge 
training,  program,  intramurals,  and  execu- 
tive. 

A  board  composed  of  three  staff  frater- 
nity men,  three  local  fraternity  alumni,  and 
the  Executive  Committee  advise  this  group. 
The  members  of  this  board  form  the  Board 
of  Fraternity  Affairs.  Supervising  the  Inter- 
fraternity Council  is  the  assistant  dean  of 
men  for  fraternities. 


Ro«oUliVe  C°mw-Mee— TC°P  J"*;  G0rd°n  Bloomberg,  William  Suter,  Thomas  Taylor,  Robert  Jacobson,  Robert  Hirsch,  Ronald  Carlson,  Robert  Klaus,  John  Greene 
Bottom  row:  Wilham  Faude  treasurer;  Howard  Neuberg,  advisor;  Thomas  Rowader,  president;  Harvey  Greensteir.,  vice  president;  David  Peskind,  secretary 
■not   in    panel:      inomas    Dye,    William    Graham 


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ThFrdJac0oWbsonameS    D°ndUrand'    Wi"iam    NeUon'    Ellis    Reid'    David    L°"dr°m.    R°^"    Gasaway,     Claude    Teagarden,     Fred    Noe,     Bruce    Thomas,    James     Buckner.     Robert 
Second    row:     Jack   Hendryx     Lyle   Dahlenburg,    Thomas  Taylor,   Stanley   Brandon,    Frederick   Figge,    Ronald   Carlson,    Edward   Peterson 
Bottom    row:      Peter  Traver,    Carl   Sterner,    Roger   Baskes,   Solvatore   Grisaffe,    Howard    Book,    Gene   Bergschneider,    Anthony    Leukas 


Top    row:    Lloyd    He.sler,    Don    Zugschwe.dt,    R.chard    Peterson,    John    Wilson,    Dana    Eastman,   Ronald   Kraft,    Donald   Corr     Robert   Klaus     John   Greene     Paul    Goldstein 
Se  and   row       RoDl  HwT&'    C°rL  H°ff*%  J™«    Blakely     Russell    McCellan,    Charles    Hruska.    John    Gr'eene,    Robert   Bradbury,    John    Wit,    Robert  Rant 
Bo  torn    ™w      \°5  r         '.      ,  '        r0.eyc.Ray    B°<kman.    R°bert  Shorr,    Michael    McCray,    Thomas   Boyd,   William   Stocking,   George  Andreas 

Bottom    row:     S.dney    Granat,    James    MacShane,    Gordon    Bloomberg,    Richard    Foster,   Charles   Nagel,    William   Stewart     David    Pesl.ind 


JUNIOR  IF 
COUNCIL 


In  its  first  year  on  campus,  the  Junior 
Interfraternity  Council  had  one  primary  ob- 
jective: the  improvement  of  pledge  classes 
in  the  building  of  character  as  well  as  in 
the  strengthening  of  scholarship. 

A  president,  vice-president,  secretary- 
treasurer,  and  sargeant-at-arms,  each  with 
a  term  of  one  semester,  comprise  the  core 
of  the  governing  body.  Their  job  is  to  keep 
the  meetings  running  smoothly,  maintain 
order,  iron  out  financial  problems,  and  see 
that  the  committee  heads  are  appointed. 

Two  main  events  are  completely  planned 
by  the  Junior  Interfraternity  Council.  One 
is  a  dessert,  to  which  an  invitation  is  ex- 
tended to  all  fraternity  pledges.  The  other 


L.    H.    Bayley,    Jr.,    president 


is  the  Junior  Interfraternity  Ball,  held  in  the 
spring,  which  is  only  for  pledges. 

Junior  IF  started  a  new  project  this  year 
— the  publishing  of  a  newspaper  twice  a 
month.  In  this  newspaper  is  found  informa- 
tion on  fraternities  and  sororities,  pinnings, 
recent  school  projects,  IM  sports,  articles  on 
outstanding  students,  and  news  concerning 
campus  events,  such  as  Stunt  Show,  Spring 
Carnival,  etc. 


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Top   row:      Robert   Moyat,    Gay    Lloyd    Lott,    Philip   Smith,    Milton    Kreml,    Robert    Patton,    Robert    Heckler,    Ronald    Houcher,    Lowell    Mize,   William    Terry,    Arthur    Hall      Dennis 

Schmidt,    Charles    Fink 
Fifth  row:     Richard  Harder,  Thomas  O'Brien,   Gene   Leighty,  Charles   Nagle,   George  Rosen,   James   Carr,   John   Hultberg,  Jerald   Thompson,   Ermett  Mueller     Bernard   Reizner 
Fourth    row:     John    Blankinship,    W.    Keith    Weinwurm,    John    Winchell,    Norman    Wolf,    George    Farra,    Robert   Waddick     Richard   Bursell 
Third    row:      Philip   Schulman,    Robert   Walcott,    Charles   Evanston,    Orville   Asper,    Burton    Reckles,   William    Gullet,    Carl    Schlageter 

Second   row:     Jerald    Friedman,  Joseph   Salem,    Robert   Luetje,    Richard   Gray,    Philip   Turner,   Kenneth  McKee,   David  Simmons,  James   Ezop     Philip  Bisesi 
Bottom    row:      James    Thomas,    George    Smith,    Edward    Belzer,    Maurice    Pickard,    L.    H.    Boyley,   Norman   Fombelle,  Gene   Johnson,    Dale   Walwark,    Robert   Hirsch 


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Top    row:     Susonne    Williams,    Robert    Kully,    Prof.    Halbert    Gulley,    Herman    Stelzner,   Wayne    Brockriede 

Fourth    row:     Robert   Chambers,    Harvey   Roth,    Monte   Viner,    Reva    Tackel,    Carol    Scheibe,   Harold    Grupe,   Gerald   Wisner,    Daniel    Pattarson,   Alfred    Hecht 

Third   row:      William    Hess,   Shirley   Sanders,    Frank  O'Connor,    Ralph    Hale,   Alyce   Adesko,   Joseph  James,   Herbert   Lassiter,   Theodore   Elbert,   Stanley   Barton 

Second    row:      Gene    Mills,    Kathryn    Sprague,    Richard    Reichle,    Madonna    Miller,    Joseph    Bojanowski,   John    Bubon,    Ellis    Reid,    James    Bowen 

Bottom    row:      Thomas    Glatter,    Carl    Steiner,    Earl    Kesler,    David    Gray,    Nancy   Albee,    Herbert   Hudson,    David   James,    Sam    Myers 

ILLINI  FORENSIC  ASSOCIATION 


The  lllini  Forensic  Association  is  open  to  any 
University  of  Illinois  student  who  is  interested 
in  developing  his  speaking  ability  through  par- 
ticipation in  debate,  discussion,  and  public 
speaking  events.  Its  program  aims  not  only  to 
improve  speaking  ability,  but  also  to  arouse 
interest  in  current  events. 

The  association  sponsors  a  weekly  Student 
Forum  on  station  WILL  and  monthly  Parliamen- 


tary Debates,  as  well  as  regular  intercollegiate 
speech  events  and  activities.  It  also  supplies 
speakers  for  demonstration  debates  and  work 
shops. 

The  membership,  chosen  by  try-outs,  is  com- 
posed of  eight  varsity  and  sixteen  junior  varsity 
members.  An  executive  council  of  students, 
faculty  advised,  manages  the  Association. 


David   Gray,    president;     Earl    Kesler,    vice-president;     Nancy   Albee,    secretary-treasurer 


Varsity    Debaters — Top    row.-      Hermann   Stelzner,    David   James,   Robert   Kully,    Carl    Steiner,    Prof. 

Halbert  Gulley,   Wayne   Brockriede 
Bottom    row:     Sam    Myers,    Earl    Kesler,    Frank    O'Connor,    Nancy    Albee,    Thomas    Glatter,    David 

Gray 


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Rosina    Alexander,    Helen    Nichols,    Kathryn   Allen,    Kay    Bowman, 
queen;    Martha    Craft,    Joan    lebwick,    Carolyn    Land 


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Committee:      Richard   Wolfe,   Thomas   Rowader,   John   Greene 


Phyllis  Kennedy,  Arlene  Freed,  Diane  Pren- 
tiss, Margery  Burger,  Janet  Greene, 
queen;  Luro  Sutton,  Alice  Stewart, 
Jerry    Bond,    Virginia    Thompson 


Chivalry  was  blooming  at  the  In- 
terFraternity  Ball  this  year.  It  was 
truly  a  "Night  of  Knights"  as  Ralph 
Flanagan  and  his  Orchestra  played 
against  a  background  of  medieval 
castle  walls.  The  mood  was  set  for 
the  big  social  event  of  the  spring 
season. 

The  big  moment  of  the  dance 
came  when  Janet  Greene  was 
crowned  Queen  of  the  Ball.  Soft 
music  was  played  by  Flanagan  as 
Janet  was  presented.  It  was  a  beau- 
tiful sight  that  could  never  have 
been  duplicated  in   medieval  days. 


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SENIOR 
BALL 


Committee — Top    row.-     John    Hoyt,    Frank   Gerace,    Robert   Trumbull 
Bottom  low:     Clare  Lueking,  Lawrence  Chapman,  Jerry  Bond 


A  successful  Senior  Ball  was  held 
this  year.  For  the  first  time  in  twenty 
years,  it  was  moved  off  campus  to 
the  Moose  Club.  An  excellent  meal, 
complete  with  dinner-hour  music, 
was  followed  by  the  dance,  in  a 
setting  not  outdone  by  the  most  lav- 
ish night  club.  Dick  Cisne's  music 
proved  to  be  the  most  danceable  of 
the  year,  spiced  by  a  professional 
comedy  act  which  provided  an  en- 
tertaining floor  show. 

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Ideal  Sorority  Girls — Top  row:  Enid  Weinstein,  Joan  Lundstrom,  Marion 
Achor,  Marilyn  Andrews,  Diane  Zolt,  Nina  Temple,  Elaine  Skad- 
berg.    Sue    Anderson,    Terryl    Delcng,    Roberta    Friedman 

Second  row:  Mary  House,  Margaret  Remade,  Geraldine  Ryndak,  Joan 
Rush,  Mary  Vibert,  Eleanor  Laureys,  Fay  Nichols,  Joan  Berkey, 
Helen   Mcrarland 

Bottom  row:  Archalene  Amos,  Phyllis  Birtwell,  Jane  Woelfersheim,  Lor- 
raine   Borman,    Sirella   Schwartz,   Jcne   Pomerenke,    Winifred    Phillips 


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ORGANIZATIONS 


HONORARIES 


Students  who  are  outstanding  in  their  fields 
or  who  have  maintained  high  scholarship  make 
up  the  University  honoraries.  Scholastic  attain- 
ments, like  interests,  and  notable  achievements 
in  their  fields  are  the  common  qualities  of  the 
members. 

The  goals  of  the  honoraries  are  to  promote 
scholarship,  cooperation,  friendship,  and 
achievement,  and  to  encourage  leadership, 
service,  research,  greater  understanding  of  the 
subject,  and  high  professional  ideals. 

While  many  of  these  societies  are  chapters  of 


national  organizations,  others  have  sprung  up 
from  within  the  University  itself  to  fill  the  needs 
of  the  student. 

Closer  social  and  professional  companionship 
and  fuller  development  of  character  and  person- 
ality are  by-products  of  these  brotherhoods  of 
common  achievement.  They  provide  their  mem- 
bers with  a  chance  to  experiment  in  the  practical 
application  in  their  future  professions,  as  well  as 
offering  an  opportunity  for  exchanging  new 
ideas  with  others  of  common  interests. 


ALPHA  ALPHA  GAMMA 


furthers  the  interest  of  women  in 
architecture  and  allied  arts 


Top   row:     Barbara  Standard,    Kira   Krock,   Ruth   Hook,   Joann   Wahl,  Nancy   Wear,    Nancy  Moore,   Cira  Torruellas 
Second    row:      Gail    Buckmaster,    president;     Grace   Wilson,    advisor;     Anna   Mae    Bozis,    vice  president 
Bottom    row:     Jolene   Winsauer,    secretary-treasurer;     Catherine   Cho,    Judith    Klepinger,  Joan    Eng lis 
No*  in   panel:     Joan  Sides,  Joan   Chapin,    Louise  Wcodroofe,   Marlene   Kucera,   Sinee  Sinadyodharaks 


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A  clock  surrounded  by  a  date  book  and 
wings  signifies  fleeting  time,  efficiency, 
friendship,  and  Alpha  Chron.  Alpha  Chron 
recognizes  independent  sophomore  women 
who  have  done  outstanding  work  in  house 
and  campus  activities  during  their  freshman 
year,  and  have  attained  a  grade  average  of 
at  least  3.5. 

The  purposes  of  Alpha  Chron  are  to  en- 
courage further  work  in  campus  activities, 
to  promote  a  truer  friendship  among  mem- 
bers as  well  as  among  other  students,  and 
to  engage  in  programs  which  will  stimulate 
leadership  among  members  and  other  stu- 
dents. 

Alpha  Chron  members  serve  as  ushers 
for  Dads  Day  Review  and  as  hostesses  at 
the  Women's  Group  System  scholarship  tea. 
They  also  sponsor  Watcheka  Sing,  the  inde- 
pendent women's  sing  given  during  Mothers 
Day  Weekend. 


Dean    Mary    Harrison,   advisor;   Yvonne   Seadin,    treasurer;    Carol    Firch,   vice   president; 

Chormian   Clem,    secretary;      Lynn    Bryant,    president 
Not    in    panel:     Pearl    Hanebutt,    student  advisor 


ALPHA  CHRON 


Top    row:     Ima    Bossier     Ruth    Berkley,    Audrey   Veazie,    Ruth    Behrends,    Iris   Garland,   Marjorie   Stucke,    Barbara   Boyd,    Donna   Hawks 
Second   row:     Alice   Belirtg,  Margaret   Boswell,   Barbara   Goldman,    Helen   White,   Alice  Mayer,  Ann  Wolfenstein,   Barbara  Zizek,  Martha  Massie 
Bottom   row:     Joanne  Helms,   Pamela   Gillespie,   Dorothy   Kramer,   Ravae  Sharp,    Elizabeth  Hoff,  Janene  Johnson,   Ruth  Stapels 
Not  in  panel:     Naomi   Utschen 


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Top   row:      John    Hoyt,   treasurer;     Robert   Trumbull,    president;      Louis    Baier,    vice   president;     Robert   Stephan,    secretary;     John   Maguire 
Bottom    row:      Hugh    Sargent,    Leslie    McClure,    Allen    Brown,    Richard    Gentry,    Lawrence   Chapman,    Frank   Senger 
Not    in    panel:      Jordon    Sachs,   Albert    Ellis,    Mike   Stillermann,    Melvin   Jacobs,    Charles   Sandage 

"LrrlA    LJt-L.  1  /\    OlwIVI/\    promotes  campus  advertising  projects 


A\L-r  ri/\     t-  II  r\     rvr  1(J       associates  aviation  students  with  leaders  and 

executives  in  the  industry 

Top   row:      Richard    Klick,    Reggie    Rasner,   James   Vliet,    Kenneth   Newstrom,    Edward    Cushman,    advisor;     Jesse  Stonecipher 

Second    row:      Santo    Giuffre,    Claude    Kellogg,    Ralph    Nelson,    Wendell    Williams,    Derrence  Smaage,    James    Richardson 

Bottom    row:      Farrel    Rasner,   Stephen   Kolish,    Ronald   Saucier,    historian;     Frederick    Bagley,    president;      John    Schoppman,    vice    president;      Sam    Mantellos,    John    Mylin, 


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Top    row:      Edward    Bottomley,    William    Faude,    Paul    Yahner,    Rolf    Cedarwall,    Stanley    Patrilla 
Second    row:      Prof.    Robert    Mehr,    Robert    Patton,    James    Smokorske,    Richard    Helfrich  ,   John    Furman 

Bottom    row:     James   Dondurand,   master  of   rituals;     Franklin   Heurich,   secretary;     Arth   ur  Holtz,    president;     Charles   Schultz,   vice  president;     James   Traube,    treasurer 
Not   in    panel:     Prof.    Paul    Van    Arsdeil,    deputy    councilor;     William    Blair,    John    Cartl   and,    David    Ferris,   Walter  Gabehart,   Donald   Seifferth,    Robert   Thorpe 

ALr  riA    i\r\il     r\    i     Ol     furthers  the  interest  in  and  the  development 

of  commerce 


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ALr    riA    OlvjIVl/\    INU     honors  women  in  physical  education 

Top   row:     Marilyn   Gustafson,    president;     Margaret  Scranton,   vice  president;     Ruth   Wylie,    secretary-treasurer;     Nancy   Berquist,   Marylou  McGowan 
Bottom    row:      Betty   Webb,   Shirley  Searcy,    Janet   Moeller,   Sherle   Olson 


Suzanne     Brunkow,     freshman    advisor;      Judith     Brunkow,     treasurer;      Janice    Wilkes, 
vice   president;     Diane    Prentiss,    secretary;     Jean    Kreger,    president 


Alpha  Lambda  Delta  is  the  freshman 
women's  scholastic  honorary,  founded  at 
the  University  of  Illinois  in  1924  by  the 
Dean  of  Women,  Miss  Maria  Leonard.  To- 
day this  national  organization  has  73  ac- 
tive chapters. 

To  be  eligible  for  membership,  the  stu- 
dent must  attain  an  average  of  4.5  during 
her  first  semester  while  carrying  15  aca- 
demic hours,  or  during  her  first  year  while 
carrying  30  academic  hours. 

Alpha  Lambda  Delta  members  hold  a 
Christmas  tea  for  all  freshman  women  who 
have  attained  an  eight-weeks  average  of 
4.0  or  better.  Coffee  hours  and  picnics  are 
also  sponsored  by  the  organization. 

This  group  has  a  scholarship  assistance 
program  which  is  offered  without  charge  to 
all  freshman  women  who  are  having  diffi- 
culties with  their  studies. 


ALPHA  LAMBDA  DELTA 


T°P   fl,ia,t°  S,e9^erdaJ'.  'I?"   lnnrlS'    rUdrer  Ve°.2ie'  Nancy  Fuhrken-  Adele  Monterostelli,    Priscilla    Perry,   Echo   Rhodes,   Nancy  Webber,    lorroine   Snyder,   Geraldine 
Celusnak,   Nancy  Shrendt,   Nancy  Dowling,  June  Kraus,   Marilyn  Jones 

Third   row:     Mary  Palmer     Jean    Cooper,    Elaine   Hovorka,    Glenda    Lichtenberger,    Norma     Hilderbrand,     Suzanne     Eovaldi,     Carolyn     Backus,     Marjorie     Helman,     Marilyn 

Isaacson,   Lois  Hexdall,   Dixie  Daymont,  Jacqueline  Smith,   Ruth  Miskovsky  ' 

Second   row;     Alice  Mayer,   Deborah   Fay,  Janice  Wilkes,  Judith   Brunkow,  Jean    Kreger,    Diane   Prentiss,   Suzanne   Brunkow,   Rhea   Peterson,   Joan    Brunkow,   Donna   Glenn 
bottom   row:     Janet  Myers,   Sandra   Schwartz,  Arlene  Dubrove,   Cynthia   Levin,  Dona   Fletcher,  Shirley  Seiler,  Joyce  Totten,  Martha  Craft    Mariann  Harper 


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Top   row:       Roger  Quinn,   Marvin   Carbonneau,   John   Gill,    Ronald    Rilott,    Harold   Walter,    Edward    Runge,    Richard   Stone     Richard    Rayburn 
Second    row:      William    Whitfield,    Joseph    Umbach,    secretary;     Verlan    Heberer,    treasurer;       Robert     Holloway       president-       Richard     Vial 
Bottom    row:       Richard    Bell,    Gayle   Wright,    Robert    Emmons,    Duane    Swarts,    Robert    Dodson     Donald    Nelson 
N°f    WamneRVhn°Hnaw    ?°n'    ?.°"°ldfDfbV.    Eldon    Dilworth,    James    Elmer,    Ira    Gardner'.    Ralph    Goodman,    William    Gossett.    Allen    Joesten,    William    Tinsley,    Walter 
Watts,    Richard    West,    David    Doetzel,    historian;      Freeman    Marti,    James    Meyer,    Walter   Richner,    Edward   Shuman,    Jerry   Steffen 


vice     president;       Roger     Carlson 


ALPHA  ZETA 


recognizes  scholarship  and  leadership  in  activities  among 
agriculture  students 


BETA  ALPHA  PSI 


honors  outstanding  accounting  students 


Top 
Thir 
Second     ro 


w   GArethLurkWvnD.r0Fd  JJ'fj  ^'rZ  *?"'  a"T"  Sra°korski-  ""surer;     Marvin   liebermcn,   William   Thomas.   Norton   Bedford,  faculty  vice  president 

jerom^  SheooJrd      R«aH  R     ?        Lu^T*'     ""*%  Newcomer-    Glen    Bernf.eld,    Billy    Barnes,    Richard   Swanson,    Robert   Dickey,   Cecil    Moyer 

Jerome    Sheppard,     Roger  Baskes,     Phillip    Cooper,     George    Marinakis,    Robert  Mautz     Ben    Forbes 

Bottom    row:      Harold    Arnett,    president;  John    Cortland,    Christ    Marinakis,    Ronald    Starkweather,    secretary;     Gerald    Brighton,   Alexander   Woodbury 


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BETA  GAMMA  SIGMA 


Beta  Gamma  Sigma,  the  national  honorary 
society  for  students  in  Commerce  and  Business 
Administration  was  founded  in  1913.  Alpha 
Chapter  of  Illinois  was  one  of  the  three  found- 
ing chapters.  Membership  is  restricted  to  stu- 
dents in  the  upper  ten  percent  of  the  senior  class 


and  upper  four  percent  of  the  junior  class.  Elec- 
tion to  membership  in  Beta  Gamma  Sigma  is  the 
highest  scholarship  honor  that  a  student  in  Com- 
merce and  Business  Administration  can  win. 
Members  of  this  group  are: 


Charles  Andrews 
Roger  Beckett 
James  Bray 
Nancy  Carter 
Richard  Davison 
Prof.  Robert  Dickey 
Robert  Drew 
Prof.  John  Due 
Shayle  Fox 
Sam  Frankel 
Robert  Gebhart 
Charles  Glass 


Paul  Gold 
James  Jackson 
John  Jordan 
Edward  Kercher 
Marge  Kincius 
Lester  Kramer 
John  Leudtke 
Mary  Litherland 
Joanne  Martie 
Arthur  Nordenberg 
Robert  Pasik 


Donald  Powell 
Ellen  Rhode 
Janice  Rosenberg 
Ruth  Sabine 
Robert  Shaw 
James  Slovick 
Russell  Sohn 
Harold  Tenney 
Marjorie  Ornellas 
Frank  Van  Overstraeten 
Leland  Wise 
Robert  Woelfel 


v-^ill      t-T    ^IL.v»*M\l    recognizes  outstanding  scholarship  in  civil  engineering 

Top    row:      Robert    Cordes,    Algis    Pabarcius,    Albert    Wendt,    Stanley    Paul,    Norman    Kouba 
Second    row:     John    Morgan,    John    Variakojis,    James    Wymer,    George    Leung,    Ying-J  Shieh,   Alan   English 

Bottom    row:     Norman    Nelson,    corresponding    secretary;    John    Michel,    vice    president,     Keith    Yarborough,    president;    Joseph    Guyton,    treasurer;    Ralph    Jensen,    recording 
secretary;    Robert   Hahn 


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Dolphins,  a  swimming  fraternity,  is  open 
to  all  men  who  have  an  interest  and  show 
superior  ability  in  water  skills.  Improving 
the  swimming  program  of  the  University  of 
Illinois  and  throughout  the  State  of  Illinois 
is  their  main  interest. 

The  Dolphins  started  this  year  with  a 
splash  with  their  presentation  of  "Holi- 
daze,"  their  annual  water  show  presented 
on  Dads  Day  and  Homecoming  Weekends. 
One  of  the  highlights  of  this  aquatic  carni- 
val was  the  coronation  of  Dolphin  Queen 
who  acts  as  sponsor  for  the  organization 
for  a  year. 

Besides  co-operating  with  Terrapin,  send- 
ing representatives  to  the  National  Aquatic 
Forum,  and  officiating  at  University  swim- 
ming events,  they  sponsor  such  activities 
as  swimming  clinics  and  water  polo. 


Robert    Corey,    treasurer;    David    Hansen,    pledge   trainer;    David   Mersbach,    secretar 
Robert    demons,    president;    George    Gfroerer,    vice    president 


DOLPHINS 


Top    row:     Charles    To 


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row:     Charles    Tompkins      Michael    Karon,    Thomas    Skinner,    Ralph    Moore,    Michael     Bouchard,     Clarence     Teagarden,     Donald     Dowd,     John     Garland      John     Glezen, 
Thomas    Wynn      Dean     Ness,    Michael     Niec,     Fred     Linkon,     Louis    Gaiennie,     Earl   Horwitz,  John  Trimble,  Peter  Bartu,   Robert  Hunt 

M^T  w^""      C    Ji?' jR'r  1   i.     nV'    ?f°.'9e   Gol!a,i'    R°berf   McNallV'   J°h"    F°"°w-    R°bert    Miller,    Roger    Lewis,    Donald    Keenan,    John    McDowell,    Nelson    Loar, 
Merle    Willmann,    Alfred    Kobak,    Donald    Larson,    Leroy    Sterling,    Harry    Hoffman     William    Kerns 
Second    row:     Arnold    Cajet      Donald    Sammons,    David    Hansen,    George    Gfroerer,    Robert   Carey,    Robert   demons,    David   Sterrett,    Frederick   Fahey,   David   Mersbach,   Jacob 
Orossman,    James    Voorhees 


Bottom    row:     Raymond    Unger,    Raymond    Essick,    Pete   Gray,    Fred    Kallsen,    Frank    Louis,    David    Mersbach,    Alan    Dean,    Howard   Ackerman,   John    Bone,   Gene    Lewis 


Top    row:      Uri    Gronemann,    Louis   Nardi,    Sanford    Stein,    Donald    Lebrun,    Albert   Wavering,    Thomas    Haig 

Third    row:      Charles    Childs,    Anthony    Mellas,    Edward    Stark,    John    Strathman,    Algirdas    Avizienis,    Franklin    Kuo,    William    Lichtenberger,    Kenneth    Fairbanks 

Second    row:      Joseph    Killpatrick,    bridge    correspondent;      James    McMahon,    treasurer;      Richard    Obermoyer,    recording    secretary;      Paul    Hudson,    Donald    Heid      president; 

James    Briggs,    corresponding    secretary;      Richard    Bemis,    vice    president;      Donald    Arnold,    Carl    Solar 
Bottom    row:       Larry    Smith,    Edward    Huber,    John    Arthur,    Raymond    Brown,    Evangelos   Argoudelis,    Thomas    Hedvig,    Hing    So 
Not    in    panel:      John    Buchta,    Richard    Kenyon,    Ennis    Kuhlman,    Paul    Lattner,    Charles   McDonough,    Laurel    Reber,    James   Rudolph 

t-  *  f\     i\/\r    i    r\     IN  LJ      recognizes  electrical  engineering  students  who  are 

outstanding  in  scholarship  and  leadership 


v3/\1V1IV1/\    ALrrlA    v->r"il     provides  practical  experience  in 

advertising 

Top    row:       Lavoun   Schild,    Doris    Drew,    Diane    Zaremba,    Carolyn    Holmstrand,    Patricio    Sievers,    Shelia    Parrish,    Joan    Goodmiller,    Sarah    Katz 

Bottom    row:      Renee    Dvore,    Barbara    Apperson,    president;      Charlene    Lynch,    treasurer;      Clara    Downs,    Bonno    lederer,    secretary';      Ann    Shilladey,    vice    president;      Jane 
Penn,    Martha   Hynds 


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Top    rov 


Aldan    Orput,    Rembert   Alley,    George    Magee,    Richard    Belmon,    Herbert    Schneider,    Algimantas    Zemaitis,    Harry    Newman 
Third    row:      Baron    Whateley,    Aden    Lauchner,    Andrew    McPherson,    John    Sundene,    John   Thomas,  John   Schmidt,    Richard   Donohue     Charles   Boldon 
Second   row:      Thomas    Battles,   James    Knudstad,    Richard    Lenke,    Howard   Schroeder,    James   Ambrose     John    Ruffner 
Bottom   row:       Lloyd    Leffers,    secretary;     Melvin    Beckman,  president;     Warren   Anderson,    vice   president 
Not   in   panel:      Prof.    Edmund   Toth,   advisor;     Donald   Koss,  treasurer;     Charles   Gathers,   Richard  Cogley,   Thomas   Hubbard,   Daniel   Bleck,  Stanley  Routh 


GARGOYLE  SOCIETY 


promotes 
interests 


architectural     and     allied 


IVILJ      r^rll      tr  OlLvJlN     promotes  musicianship   and  friendship  among 

women  students  in  music  school 

Top    row:      Marcia    Painter,    Alice   Mahler,    Helen    Lambrakis 

Second   row:      Beth    Bradley,   Joan    McLetchie,   Carolyn    Backus,   Doris   Vogt     Enid    Ewing 

NoMn   oTel      E[)nes,i"e_La,w'er'1?reSjdr,,,;     VirSini°    Lan9e'   Audrey   Schulz'    vice  President;     Judith    Friedman,    Margery    Burger 
Not  ,n  panel:      Hamet  Godeke,   Karyl  Sellmver,  recording   secretary;     Marlene  Shepard,   corresponding    secretary;     Norma    Brooks 


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Top  row:  Robert  Miller,  vice  president;  Eugene  Howard,  initiation  chairman;  Fred 
Barnes,   faculty   counsellor 

Bottom  row:  Mary  Virginia  McDougle,  treasurer;  Florence  Alston,  recording  secre- 
tary;    Eugene   Nichols,   president 


Kappa  Delta  Pi  is  the  only  national  co- 
educational honor  society  in  American  edu- 
cation that  includes  both  undergraduate 
and  graduate  students  and  members  of 
education  and  allied  faculties.  This  frater- 
nity is  an  honorary  organization  which  en- 
courages high  professional,  intellectual  and 
personal  standards,  and  recognizes  out- 
standing contributions  to  education.  There 
are  now  195  chapters  of  this  fraternity 
throughout  the  United  States. 

Its  official  publications  are:  The  Educa- 
tional Forum,  The  Kappa  Delta  Pi  Lecture 
Series,  and  the  Kappa  Delta  Pi  Research 
Publication. 

At  the  Annual  Spring  Initiation,  Alpha 
chapter  presents  an  award  to  the  outstand- 
ing senior  in  the  College  of  Education.  The 
name  of  the  recipient  is  placed  on  the 
bronze  tablet  in  the  office  of  the  College  of 
Education. 


KAPPA  DELTA  PI 


Top   row:      Eugene   Howard,   Queenie  Mills,    Robert  Miller,    Raymond   Debus,    Eugene   Nichols,   Alice   Nichols,    Fred    Barnes 
Bottom    row:     Hulah   Smith,    Mary    McDougle,   Grace   Wiley,    Florence   Alston,    Margaret    Dees 


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Not    in    panel:      Richard    Phillips,    Kenneth    Swanson,    Franklin    Ames,    Robert    Gottlieb,    George   Humphrey 


OMEGA  BETA   PI 


provides  social  and  educational   privileges  for 
pre-medical  students 


PHI  CHI  THETA 


fosters  high  ideals  for  women  in  business  careers 


BortoTrn    DO''mu   P^Sp0nS;    PH!;"-iS    TiPPn    '""J?    Ekh'er'    AHce    S°'°™°".    Audrey    Laznika,    Carol    Magnan,    Dorine    Chancellor 

^-S=-«.    -p^-^^^^  Bks,ed-,-sUrer;     ,di,h    Konneker,    recording    secretary. 

No,    ,n    panel:      Manlyn    Doty,    Joyce    Anderson,    Libby    Brainin.    Peggy    Bates,    Norma    Hilderbrand,  'm™!,,    Barbara    Postlewait,    Betty    Jurasit, 


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Top     row.-     John    Armstrong,    vice    president;     Francis    O'Connor,    treasurer;     Richard 

Cline,   secretary;     Dean   Edward   Stafford,   advisor 
Bottom    row:     Herbert   Hudson,    president 


Phi  Eta  Sigma,  the  freshman  men's  scho- 
lastic honor  society,  was  founded  in  1923 
to  encourage  and  reward  high  scholastic 
attainment  among  college  men.  Alpha 
Chapter,  at  the  University  of  Illinois,  was 
admitted  in  1937  to  membership  in  the 
Association  of  College  Honor  Societies. 

Any  Illinois  freshman  who  attains  a  grade 
average  of  4.5  or  higher,  either  during  his 
first  semester  or  his  first  complete  school 
year,  may  become  a  member  of  Phi  Eta 
Sigma. 

Most  of  the  work  of  Phi  Eta  Sigma  is  con- 
cerned with  promoting  scholarship.  The 
chapter  sponsors  a  booth  at  the  annual 
Freshman  Week  Activity  Night,  honors  those 
freshmen  whose  eight-weeks  grades  aver- 
age 4.0  or  above  with  a  smoker,  and  holds 
exchange  with  Alpha  Lambda  Delta,  the 
Freshman  women's  honorary. 


PHI  ETA  SIGMA 


Members:  Dav.d  Albert,  Harry  Allen,  John  Armstrong,  James  Archer,  John  Anderson,  John  Arthur,  Burt  Bossier,  Donald  Bates,  Frank  Bauling,  Jay  Becker,  Charles  Bell 
Dwight  Bennett,  Arthur  Berman,  Paul  Bernstein,  Gary  Bone,  Joseph  Bojanowski,  Philip  Brown,  James  Bumiller,  William  Bunte,  Milford  Casteel  Robert  Chambers' 
John  Clark,  Robert  Clark,  Richard  Cline,  Irwin  Cohen,  John  Corey,  James  Creath,  Mohamad  Darkazanli,  Roger  Deakins,  Kenneth  Derby,  Daniel  Dudas  Donald  Dudas 
Roger  Duitsman,  Bertwin  Einfalt,  Dennis  Eksten,  C.  Neale  Elsby,  Robert  Emmons,  Victor  Feldman,  David  Fewkes,  Max  Finkel,  Roger  Fitzgerald  Leon 
Florschuetz,  James  Foresman,  Irwin  Friedman,  John  Funkhouser,  Curtis  Gobbard,  John  Garland,  Harry  Gates,  Sheldon  Getzug,  John  Gill,  George  Glenn  'Eugene 
Goldman,  Harold  Gluskoter,  Paul  Goldstein,  Paul  Gottschalk,  Burton  Greenberg,  William  Grubb,  Richard  Hagen,  Ralph  Hale,  Robert  Haymaker,  Earl  Heacock, 
James  Hobart,  Melvin  Hoch,  Philip  Hodge,  Dennis  Horn,  Herbert  Hudson,  Paul  Joiner,  Clive  Kamins,  Ronald  Kareken,  Jerry  Kermicle,  Duane  Kessler,  Allen  Kief  Larry 
Kiefling,  William  Klaproth,  Eugene  Kumpf,  Frederick  Kurz,  Richard  Kurz,  Joseph  Lang,  Ronald  Lee,  Wesley  Lindberg,  Robert  Little,  Robert  McCall  William 
McLenahon,  Wayne  Mayo,  George  Mead,  Julio  Melendez,  Vernon  Mullikin,  James  Norris,  Francis  O'Connor,  John  Pearson,  George  Powers,  Charles  Quantock  Jack 
Rexroad,  Wayne  Rhoades,  Ronald  Rogers,  William  Rohr,  David  Rosenstein,  Claris  Roth,  Charles  Runyan,  Jerrold  Soger,  Richard  Sandberg,  David  Scheuring  Wallace 
Schroth  Arnold  Schwartz,  Maxwell  Schwartz,  Edward  Shore,  Stuart  Hadley,  William  Smith,  Edward  Stephanick,  Robert  Standler,  Gregor  Strein  Kenneth  Swanson, 
David  Swift,  Jerome  Tankel,  Charles  Terrell,  Paul  Thistlethwaite,  John  Torrence,  Marvin  Trautwein,  Thomas  Varner,  John  Verkade,  Benjamin  Vinar  Ronald  Walaitis 
Donald   Walker,   Robert  Wall,    Robert   Walton,    Ellsworth   Warmbir,   Grovenor  Weichbrodt,   John   Wills,  John    Young,   John    Zieserl 


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PHI    MU    ALPHA    SINFONIA      promotes   the    mutual    wel- 

fare  and  brotherhood  of  men  in  music 


PHI     UPSILON     OMICRON       encourages  scholarship,  profes- 

sional  attitudes,  leadership,  and  service 

Top    row:     Merle    Smedberg,    Carole    Truckenbrod,    Gene    Stimart,    Margaret    Ray,    Willa    Mitchell 

Third    row:     Audrey    Nelson,    Phyllis    Birtwell,    Jean    Webb,    Roberta    Noor 

Second    row:      Patricia    Jewell,    Marilyn    Morine,    Sally    Parsons,    Charlotte    Hogan 

Bottom    row:      Rosella    Ervin,    Elizabeth    Oakes,     secretary;      Adele    Haven,     president;     Jancie   Whitaker,    vice   president;     Jean    Dinsdale,    Donna    Wilson,    treasurer 

Not  in   panel:      Betty   Priggie,   Carol    Umbach 


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Top  row:     Bernard  Varna    John   Bond     president;     Derrolle  Haugen,   Anton  Gapp,   Robert   Hering,   Richard  Stern,  Thomas   Regul,   John   Schneid 
Second    row:     James    Nogle,    Gabriel    Armta.      Parker    Badger,    Leroy    Engel,    treasurer;     Allan  Jaupas,   Alan   Goettig,   James    Bayne     advisor 
Bottom    row:     Donald    Botha,    George  Milum,    Laurence   Moron,    Frederick   Goetz,    Romuoldas    Viskanta 
Not   in   panel:     Thomas   Banks,   vice   president;   John   Burnett,   Charles   Erb,   Thomas  Goad,    Leonard   Graiff     Eugene   Lewi 
Francis    Sweeney 


s,    Kenneth    Lohbouer,    Robert    Nejdl,   John    Randolph, 


"'      I  /\U     OlCjIVIA    fosters  high  ideals  in  the  mechanical  engineering  pro- 
fession 


"^1     will    encourages  better  acquaintance  with  fields  of  psychology 


N°'c,^n^nTLSj!0ebr    ^u"6,1'    GraC6r,  Kom°s°'    Henr*    Hochberger,    Ronald   Cunat,    Carl    Floden,   Janice   Pinsky,    Dorothy   Foster     George  Potter 

■  ry.^ure:?   ^btta^i^mo'rEiiee^^oi;"9"50"'   ««  '"^     "^  "°M  °^  """*"  ^  """"«  ^   P-ide^Kenneth   Frederick, 


Top    row: 
Bottom    ro 

secretary-treasurer;      Roberta    Weitzman,    Eileen    Golb 


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Shi-Ai,  the  sophomore  activity  honorary 
for  sorority  women,  works  to  strengthen 
friendship  among  the  sororities  and  to  en- 
courage interest  in  campus  activities.  They 
also  hold  exchanges  with  Skull  and  Cres- 
cent and  Star  and  Scroll. 

Established  jointly  in  1920  by  Illinois  and 
Northwestern,  Shi-Ai  participates  in  many 
service  projects  among  which  are  a  Christ- 
mas party  for  the  Old  People's  Home,  a 
milk  fund  for  needy  Champaign-Urbana 
families,  and  donations  for  the  Miriam  Shel- 
don Scholarship  Fund.  They  also  sponsor 
the  Shi-Ai  Sing  during  Mothers  Day  week- 
end. 

Every  spring,  each  sorority  chooses  two 
freshman  girls  outstanding  in  leadership, 
activities,  and  scholarship  to  represent  them 
in  Shi-Ai. 


Virginia     Thompson,     president;     Allene     Brodnax,     vice     president;     Sirello     Schwartz, 
treasurer;      Carol    Scherwot,    secretary;      Carol    Schaefer,    Shi-Ai    Sing    Chairman 


SHI  -  Al 


Top     row:     Deborah     Fay,     Alice     Potts,     Elizabeth     Thomas,     Joan     Winkler,     Barbara    Babcock,    Jo    Farley,    Carol    Muenter,     Vivian    Peuckert,    Ruth    Green,    Donna     Rudig, 

Nancy  Glidden,  Jean  Stacy,   Sandra   Fralick 
Third   row:     Carole   Rose,   Jean   Anderson,    Helen   Worsham,   Marilyn   Gamlin,    Nancy    Dowling,   Johna   Glaze,    Roberta    Resnik,   Suzanne   Brunkow,   Jeanne   Kreger,   Julia   Smith, 

Diane   Prentiss,    Diantha   Spires,    Marna   Carr 
Second   row:     Sue   Howarth,    Janice    Heil,    Darlene    Likens,    Barbara    Browner,    Sonya    Clark,    Dianne  Albert,   Shirley   Baumann,    Rhea    Peterson,   Donna   Glenn,    Elinor  Haberle 
Bottom    row:     Sirella    Schwartz,    Carol    Schaefer,    Virginia    Thompson,    Carole    Scherwat 
Not    in    panel:     Allene    Brodnax,    Patricia    Halper,    Susan    Sherman,    Jo   Ann    Silverstein,     Joan     Brunkow,    Judy    Brunkow,     Elizabeth     Roe,     Libby    Brainin,     Gertrude    Weiner, 

Paula    Miller,    Fruma    Borowsky 


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Top   row,      Anne  Willmon,   Lorroine  Geittmonn,   Elizabeth  Yanson,   Marie  Garvey,   Susan   Olmstead,    Lorraine   Borman     Mary   Marmion 

"Tarba™    Uwi?"6'    P00''    RU'H    Wy'!e'    trea,urer!     J°°n    ^^    "'"    presiden*'     Ali«  Woelfersheim,   president;     Carmen   Cunningham,   secretary;     Elaine  Skadberg. 
Not    in    panel:      Jane    Klitzing,    Yvonno    Devall,    Patricia    Povlis,    Betty    Priggie,    Phyllis   Hill,   advisor 

bMUK  I   C.K      dOARD     honors  senior  women  outstanding  in  leader- 
ship and  service 


SIGMA      DELTA     CHI     furthers  the  advancement  of  high  journal- 
istic standards 

T°P    Ve"„o„ROA^i9Kht,e'MyeroV„n5::yk,,'in'    Ler0y   Chris,e—'    Elm-  ^witzer.  James    Coleman,     Donaid     Hanes,      Franklin      Lakins,      David     Nightingale.     Charles     Albright, 

^e^Lc^  Yal0Wi*Z'    R°ber*    Ar,erbUrn"     B—    Nel°"-     B—    °d°-    A —    *"'    Anderson,    Gero.d 

^""R'alprHough^0"    WiMiamS"    R°ber'    Lohendr°.    Ri<h°"l    Kemplin,    Patrick    Malone,   vice   president;    John  Trebilcock,    Donald   Maylath,    secretary;    James   Pyatt,   treasurer; 

NcTin    Ll^L\     A^"    Slko)OW-    D°vid    S™'.h:    .Donald    Nelson,    William    Jones,    Donald  Schellie.   Warren  Wolfson,   Wayne  Sutton,    Charles   Novitz 
Not    in    panel:      Steve   Anderson,    Gene   Quirim,    Roy  Small,    president;      Byron    Zalken,    Gerald    Szumski 


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Sigma  Alpha  lota  is  a  professional  music 
fraternity  for  women.  The  purpose  of  the 
organization  is  to  further  the  highest  stand- 
ards of  musical  performance  and  apprecia- 
tion locally,  nationally,  and  abroad.  The 
Sigma  Alpha  lota  Foundation  provides  mu- 
sical scholarships  for  deserving  young  peo- 
ple. The  American  Music  Awards  program 
offers  encouragement  to  young  American 
composers.  Through  the  International  Music 
Fund  the  fraternity  provides  music  materials, 
instruments,  books,  manuscript  paper,  and 
educational  leadership  in  hospitals,  orphan- 
ages, and  schools  at  home  and  in  war-torn 
countries  of  the  world. 

Outstanding  women  students  in  music 
are  elected  to  membership  on  the  basis  of 
scholarship,  musicianship,  character,  and 
congeniality. 


Top  row:  Judith  Turner,  corresponding  secretary;  Margaret  LaRowe,  recording 
secretary;  Ruth  Moyle,  treasurer;  Martha  Parker,  chaplain;  Sandra  Zartman, 
editor 

Bottom  row:  iva  Eadie,  president;  Carolyn  Foy,  sergeant  at  arms;  Marilyn  Petrini, 
vice  president;   Dolores  Uebele,   historian 


SIGMA  ALPHA  IOTA 


Top    row:     Judith    Turner,    Margaret    LaRowe,    Ruth    Moyle,    Mary    Rigney,    Carolyn    Foy,    Glenda    Lichtenberger,    Martha    Parker,    Mary    Gibson,    Joyce    Adler 

Second   row:      Iva   Eadie,    Edith   Brockman,  Nancy   Broaddus,   Joan    Bellmar,    Dolores   Uebele,   Marilyn   Petrini,    Clare   Mackey,    Barbara    Brown,   Shirley   Krull,   Maureen   Smith 

Bottom   row:     Sandra   Zartman,    Elizabeth  Dillon,    Peggy   Hoover,    Roberta    Rezits,    Donna    Hawks,    Roberto   Hickman,  Joan    Lamberty,   Jane   Greene 

Not  in  panel:     Wilma  Stack,   Dora   Fishel,   Elaine  Pohl,  Jeannette  Tucker 


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Top  row:      Prof.    T.    P.   Tordo,   advisor;     Prof.    Henry   Stillwell,    Phil    DeProtine,   president;       Harry     Hilton 

Second    row:      Fred    Snyder,    treasurer;     Jerome    Rachner,    Ronald    Brush,    secretary;     Richard   Somerville,    vice   president 

Bottom    row:     James    Baker,    Frank    Morton.    Larry   Allen 

Not    in    panel:      Prof.    Robert    McCloy,    Prof.    Zbigniew    Krzywoblocki,    Prof.    John    Coan,    Allen    Ormsbee,    James    Xerikos,    Gordon   Booz,    Hassan    Hassan,   Winthrop   Gustafson 

SIGMA    GAMMA    TAU    honors  students  outstanding  in  the  field  of 

aeronautical  engineering 


SIGMA    IOTA     EPSILON    furthers  interest  in  industrial  manage- 
ment and  engineering 

Too    row:     Albert    Ogle,    Charles    Blundell,    Arthur   Susman,    Richard    Hull,    Louis    Stahlman 

Third    row:     William    Vetter,    Christ   Marinakis,    Norman    Lefton,    Eugene    Kumpf,    Theodore  Puckorius,    Lloyd  Billard,   George  Millner 

Second    row:     George   Marinakis,    George    Barr,    James   Trabue 

Bottom  row:  Marvin  Andrews,  secretary;  Borie  Saxberg,  Prof.  Arthur  Anderson,  Prof.  Merton  Mandeville,  Jerome  Sheppard,  president;  Harold  Arnett  vice  president- 
Clinton    Spivey,    John    Furman,    treasurer 

Not  in  panel:  Abdalla  Ibrahim  Roger  Baskes,  Allen  Bradley,  Norman  Dunn,  Edward  Levin,  Arthur  Nordenberg,  Rolando  Ouiros,  Leland  Spragle,  Hassen  Tewfik  David 
K|ell,    Dean   Paul   Green,    Dale   Greffe,    Prof.    Harvey   Huegy,    George   Moxey 


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Sigma  Tau  was  established  at  the  Uni- 
versity of  Nebraska  in  1904  to  honor 
scholarship  and  professional  attainment  in 
engineering. 

The  pyramid  in  the  symbol  of  the  organi- 
zation stands  for  stability;  the  sphinx  for 
silence  as  opposed  to  self-advertisement; 
the  rail  section  for  progress. 

Membership  is  selected  from  students  in 
the  upper  one-third  of  the  juniors  and 
seniors  of  a  recognized  engineering  school. 
Further  selection  is  made  on  the  basis  of 
practicality  and  sociability. 

Sigma  Tau  offers  an  opportunity  for  the 
formation  and  development  of  professional 
friendships  among  the  members,  as  well  as 
an  opportunity  to  expand  and  temper  their 
own  ideas  through  the  contributions  of 
others. 


Top    row:      Prof.    Winston    Black,    advisor;      Norman    Kouba,    corresponding    secretary; 

Robert   Bein,    treasurer;     Stanley   Paul 
Bottom    row:      Norman    Nelson,    recording    secretary;     John    Morgan,    president;      James 

Wymer,    vice   president 
Not    in    panel:      Parker    Badger,    historian 


SIGMA  TAU 


Top   row:      Ronald    Brush,   James   Kuczma,    Russell    Bolton,    Anton   Gapp,    Bernard   Verna,    Donald  Schuhrke,   Duane  Young,   Jonas  Variakojis 

Third   row:      Richard   Somerville,   William    Fanning,   Wayne  Hall,   Kenneth    lohbauer,   John  Arthur,   Charles   McDonough,   James   Briggs,   Charles   Childs 

Second  row:     Jerome   Rachner,   Jack   Bland,   Donald   Koss,   John   Strathman,    Louis   Nardi,  Norman    Lefton,   Terence  Miwa,   Thomas   Liu 

Bottom    row:     Stanley    Paul,    Robert    Bein,    John    Morgan,    Prof.    Winston    Black,    Norman   Nelson,   Norman    Kouba,    Franklin    Kuo,  James   Wymer 

Not  in   panel:     Parker  Badger,    Robert   Beesley,  Chang-Sun    Chang,    Walter   Faster,   Algis    Pabarcius,    John    Schmidt 


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Top    row:      John   Boyd,    vice    president;     John    Kunz,    treasurer 
Bottom    row:      Charles    Hruska,    president;     Howard    Book,    secretary 
Not  in  panel:     Thomas  Ainsley,   sergeant  at  arms 


Skull  and  Crescent,  which  chooses  its 
members  from  the  twenty-five  oldest  fra- 
ternities on  campus,  is  a  national  fraternity 
honoring  sophomore  men  who  have  gained 
high  achievement  in  scholarship  and  activ- 
ities. Its  primary  objective  is  to  create  and 
promote  inter-fraternity  fellowship  and  to 
encourage  freshmen  to  excel  both  in  schol- 
arship and  in  campus  activities. 

Among  the  annual  activities  of  the  or- 
ganization are  a  pajama  race  in  the  Arm- 
ory, a  formal  dinner  dance  at  the  Urbana- 
Lincoln  Hotel,  a  pledge  banquet,  an  ex- 
change with  Shi-Ai,  and  a  contest  with 
Tomahawk. 

Each  year  the  new  initiates  earn  Skull 
and  Crescent  pins,  which  are  passed  down 
from  the  previous  members.  In  return,  the 
initiates  award  each  alum  with  an  honorary 
paddle. 


SKULL  AND  CRESCENT 


T°P    MrL:eo„ROwLH.ayMarker(hROwr,VLI,,lei'    ROna',d    Ke"V-  >eT   Meyer'    James    Blokely'     David     Landram,     Edward     Peterson,    Walter    Browning,    James    McAuley.    Donald 
McLean,    Jerome   McCarthy,    William    Asper,    James    Backoff 

^Ve^e   Pauho^AHol^AndLol,"'^'    Ch°r'eS    L°rS°n'    Ch°rleS    E°S,m°n'    ""^    PaU''    DaVid    Barry'    Key    Pit,m°n'    J°meS    Ly°nS'    Mork    Crevi.ton.    James    Whitelaw, 

Bottom    'rZ''      Ji'Mnt'     w^    Ne"'son'    R°bert    ™au*-    Joh;1    Boyd.    Cn°''«    Hruska,    Howard    Book,    John    Kunz,    Harry    Gates,    Ellsworth    Wormbir 

Bottom    row:      Kenneth    Derby,    Wayne    Martin,    Henry    Thumann,    Kirtley    Wilson,    John    Bauer,    Howard    McCracken,    Richard    Maxwell 

Not    ,n    panel:      Dav.d    Sterrett,    Richard    Besser,    Craig    Soule,    Herbert    Hudson.    Sidney    Hormell,    Kenneth    Byerly,    Richard    Hagen,    Ronald    Bowen 


Btt«MiHHnHHMMMBa^naH 


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Star  and  Scroll  is  an  honorary  composed 
of  two  sophomore  men  from  each  of  the 
seventeen  member  fraternities.  It  was 
founded  at  the  University  of  Illinois  for  the 
purpose  of  promoting  inter-fraternity  fel- 
lowship, raising  freshman  scholastic  stand- 
ards, encouraging  freshmen  in  activities, 
and  perpetuating  the  traditions  of  the  Uni- 
versity. 

Members  are  selected  every  year  on  the 
basis  of  their  scholastic  standing  and  po- 
tential success  as  campus  leaders  in  extra- 
curricular activities. 

The  coronation  of  a  queen  at  the  annual 
Star  and  Scroll  formal  dance  is  one  of  the 
highlights  of  the  year's  activities. 

This  group  also  participates  in  student 
activity  night,  the  Sweet  Sixteen  Circus,  and 
a  Union  Coffee  hour  with  Shi-Ai. 


Top    row:     Stanley    Peskind,    sergeant  at  arms;    Alden   Orput,   advisor;   Walter   Richner, 

treasurer;     Michael    Kohn,    advisor 
Bottom    row:     Paul    Duffey,   vice   president;    Dennis   Serdahl,    president;    Thomas   Taylor, 

secretary 


STAR  AND  SCROLL 


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Top  row:  Bernard   Filler,   Mark  Novak,   Thomas  Potter,   Richard   Boird,    Robert   Hirsch,    Donald    Peterson,    Marvin    Angus,    Donald    Snyder,    Donald    Peters      Donald    Woodward 

John    Huck,    LeRoy   Marcheschi,    Edward    Paul,    Thomas    Soderstrom 
Second    row:      Leon    Florschuetz,    Donald   Thompson,   James    Fawcett,    Walter   Richner,    Thomas    Taylor,    Paul    Duffey,    Dennis    Serdahl,   Stanley    Peskind,    Alden    Orput,    Michael 

Kohn,    Thomas   Torke 
Bottom    row:      Larry    Thomson,    James    Mahon,    James    Swift,    Robert   Troy,    Robert    Wirth,   Phillip    Dressier,    Carlyle   Greathouse,    Stanley    Brandon,    John    Rithmiller 
Not  in   panel:     Charles   Shuman,    Richard   Gronquist,   John   Heth,   Thomas  Varner,    Rodney   Franklin,    Carl    Hoffee,   Gary   Kastel 


» •» 


Top   row:     Harry   Kunesh,    David   Templeton,    Nicholas   Britsky,   Prof.   John   Rausenberger,    Charles   Dietemann,    Thomas   Wilson,    Bruce   Peterson 
Fourth    row:     Nancy    Gratigny,    Barbara    Peecher,    Katina    Ekstrom,    Marjorie    McMahon,    Beverly   Chubat,   Joan   Andrews 
Third   row:     Jeanne  Mann,    Lynne  Johnson,   Dolores  Holmes,  Joann   Pergrem,   Carolyn   Davenport,    Dolly   Brence 
Second    row:      Eleanor  Kraus,   Joan   Goodmiller,   Virginia    Kolence,   William    Carter,    Mary  McKee,   Mary  Young 

Bottom    row:     Marie    Garvey,    president;    Barbara    Dostal,    vice    president;    Emily    Brown,    secretary,-     Roberta   Weiner,    pledge   trainer 

Not  in   panel:      Robert  Deere,   Treasurer;     Larry   Mitchell,    Rosemary   Mitchell,    Carol    Petefish,   Joann   Rezny,   Phyllis   Hasse,   Mary   Conto,    Patricia    Fraser,   Lubo 
Hogan 


Babeno,   James 


SOCIETY     OF     ILLUSTRATORS    honors  art  students 

who  maintain  high  scholarship 


1  tl  I  r\    ^lvjlVI/\  improves  the  working  conditions  for  women  of 

the  journalism  profession 

Top    row:      Irene   Osvald,    archivist   and    Matrix   correspondent;     Joanne    Knoch,    treasurer;     Joe    Sutton,    advisor;     Galey    Shappert,    president;     Carol    McCradie,    secretary 
Bottom    row:       Ina    Aronoff,    Betty   Onstad,    Lavaun    Schild,   Matrix    Table   chairman;     JoAnne   Glenn 
Not   in  panel;     June  Peterson,   vice   president 


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Tau  Beta  Pi,  a  recognized  engineering 
honor  society,  was  founded  at  Lehigh  Uni- 
versity in  1885  "to  mark  in  a  fitting  manner 
those  who  have  conferred  honor  upon  their 
Alma  Mater  by  distinguished  scholarship 
and  exemplary  character  as  undergradu- 
ates in  the  field  of  engineering,  and  to 
foster  a  spirit  of  liberal  culture  in  the  engi- 
neering colleges  of  America." 

At  present,  Tau  Beta  Pi  has  ninety-six 
chapters  with  a  membership  of  over  81,000. 
Alpha  chapter  of  Illinois,  established  at  the 
University  of  Illinois  in  1897,  was  the  fifth 
chapter  founded.  Juniors  and  Seniors  in  all 
branches  of  engineering  who  meet  required 
standards  of  scholarship,  leadership,  and 
character  are  eligible  for  membership. 


Top    row:      William    Lichtenberger,    president;      Willian 

John  Overbey,   corresponding   secretary 
Bottom    row:      Phil    DeProtine,    cataloger;    Algirdas    Avizienis, 

Barkson,   advisor;   Edward  Stark,   treasurer 


Perkins,    recording    secretary; 
ce    president;    Joseph 


TAU  BETA  PI 


Top   row:      Lloyd    Leffers,    Charles   Gathers,    Richard    Luders,    Eugene   Hubbard,    Thomas   Haig,  James   McMahon,    Larry  Smith,   Kenneth   Rose 

Third    row:      Stuart   Boyle,    Charles    Mahn,    John   Strathman,    William    Wilson,    Robert   Schaefer,    Wayne   Hall     Jack   Tisdale     Kenneth    Zeman 

Second   row:       Leroy    Engel,    Phil   DeProtine,   Algirdas  Avizienis,   Joseph    Barkson,    William    Lichtenberger,    Edward   Stark,    Richard    Bemis,    Donald    Bitzer     Algis    Pabarcius 

Bottom    row:       Leonard    Graiff,    Jerome    Rachner,    Ronald    Brush,    Thomas    Liu,    Jonas    Variakojis,    Keith   Yarborough,   James  Wymer,    Kenneth    Fairbanks 

Not   in   Panel:      Gabriel   Amitai,    Thomas   Regul,   Thomas  Goad,    Charles   Childs 


Top  row:  Paula  Strohl,  Gup  pies  co-chairman;  Patricia  Pavlis,  treasurer;  Joan 
Moran,  Guppies  co-chairman;  Nancy  Upsall,  assistant  vice  president;  Auguste 
Lehman,    secretary 

Bottom  row:  Ann  Twardock,  vice  president;  Joan  Novak,  assistant  vice  president; 
Frances    Stewart,    president 


Terrapin  is  an  honorary  swimming  club 
for  University  of  Illinois  undergraduate  and 
graduate  women.  The  aims  of  the  club  are 
to  further  proficiency  in  aquatics,  promote  a 
spirit  of  good  sportsmanship  and  friend- 
ship, and  encourage  interest  and  participa- 
tion in  aquatic  activities  at  the  University 
and  elsewhere.  Pledges  are  chosen  on  the 
basis  of  swimming  and  potential  water  bal- 
let skill. 

One  highlight  of  the  year  is  the  Mothers 
Day  water  show.  Terrapin  sponsors  the 
Women's  Interhouse  Swimming  Meet,  sup- 
ports swimming  events  on  campus,  and  acts 
as  a  parent  to  Guppies. 

In  September,  1952,  Terrapin  offered 
for  the  first  time  an  Educational  Service 
Fund  designed  to  assist  students  in  research 
work  connected  with  aquatic  activities. 


TERRAPIN 


Top    row:      Jacqueline   Murray,   Nancy   Horvath,   Helen   Andrews,   Julia    Huber,   Joan    Novak,    Elizabeth    Pearce,    Lois    Hexdall,    Elizabeth    Wohlstrom,    Joan    Sanders,    advisor; 

Doris    Bullock,    advisor;      Iris    Garland,    Marlene    Filip,    Helen    Soghigian,    Barbara    Lenell 
Third    row:      Nancy   Berquist,    Mcrylou   McGowan,    Dawn    Bagnuolo,    Mary   Heinicke,    Betty    Jurasitz,    Marilyn    Reinhart,     Leonide    Gaines,     Patricia     Pavlis,    Auguste     Lehman, 

Patricia    Twardock,    Frances    Stewart 
Second    row:      Phyllis   Siegert,    Patricio    Lawder,    Carolyn   Jones,   Dourelle    Kweder,    Joan   Moran,    Doralie    Flutcher,    Susan    Biron  i 

Bottom    rove      Jean  O'Neil,    Floy   Rowland,    Priscilla   Davis,    Elizabeth  Jenner,   Nancy   Upsall,    Paula   Strohl,    Nancy    Kauth,    Patricia    Firebaugh 
Not   in   panel:       Barbara    Babcock,    Patricia    Butler,    Barbara    Calvert,   Jerralyn   Carter,    Joanne  Gernant,   Jean   Kruger,  Virginia   Myers,   Helen   Nichols,   Carolyn  Smith,   Winifred 

Long,    Vivian    Peuckert,    Theresa    Kaplan 


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Tomahawk,  a  national  sophomore  ac- 
tivity honorary,  was  founded  at  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois  in  1931  for  the  purpose  of 
giving  recognition  to  independent  freshman 
men  who  are  outstanding  in  activities.  Its 
main  interests  are  to  build  greater  bonds  of 
friendship  among  independent  men  and  to 
help  the  freshmen  selected  reach  greater 
heights  in  service  and  leadership. 

The  Illinois  chapter  advisor,  Calvin  Sif- 
ferd,  is  advisor  to  the  national  organization, 
which  at  present  consists  of  six  chapters. 
Past  members  of  the  local  chapter  are  now 
national  officers. 

Tomahawk  sponsors  a  scholarship  given 
to  a  deserving  sophomore  independent  who 
is  not  a  member  of  Tomahawk.  In  addition, 
it  provides  ushers  for  Dads  Day  Stunt  Show 
and,  in  cooperation  with  its  Purdue  chapter, 
sponsors  a  traveling  trophy  presented  to 
the  winner  of  the  Illinois-Purdue  football 
game. 


Top    row:     Ronald    Kareken,    secretary;      Lewis    Klindera,    historian;      David    Fricker, 

vice  president 
Bottom   row:     Calvin  Sifferd,  advisor;     Robert  Watts,   president 
Not  in  panel:     Robert   Lippe,   treasurer 


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TOMAHAWK 


Top  row.-     Robert  Resek,   Lewis   Klindera 

Fourth  row:     Richard   Dannells,   Robert  Cochran,   Carroll   Grandt 

Third   row:     Emerson   Klein,    Ronald   Kareken,   John   Stratton,    Francis   O'Conner 

Second  row:     Robert  Watts,   Maxwell   Newport,   Fredrick   Fahey,   Donald   Kaufman 

Bottom    row:     Donald    Fricker,    Charles   Allen,    Alan    Holz,    David    Fricker 

NO'   lnarrrTtrnmonsV,idJoAhnn0WiilsJOhn   B°ird'   RObe"   L'PPe'   Car"°n   Campbe"'   Peter  Deuel-  Ge°^  *»'«.   Charles  DoMay,  Vernon  Johnson,  Charles  Keller,   Robert  Munn 


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Top    row:      Ida     Levinson,    advisor;    Jane    Burkhart,     International    Fair    chairman;    Judith     Desch,     corresponding     secretary;     Clarissa     Adams,     recording     secretary;     Joyce 

Chalcraft,    Ruth   Hortin,    president 
Bottom    row:     Norma    Hertzmann,    Vera    Jacobson,    treasurer;    Donna    Dice,    vice    president;   Sharon   Beckmeyer,   marshal 
Not    in    panel:      Beverly    Da  I  ton,     Sylvia    Muirhead,    Marylou    McGowan,    Elanore    Szymanski 


JL.  t.  I   r\      r  Ml      t.  I  r\     furthers  all  worthy  speech  and  dramatic  enterprises 


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ORGANIZATIONS 


The  role  which  organizations  and  societies 
are  playing  is  becoming  increasingly  important 
in  modern  progressive  education.  Through  them 
the  student  is  able  both  to  demonstrate  and  to 
enjoy  the  knowledge  gained  in  the  classrooms 
and  from  books. 

The  many  organizations,  clubs,  and  societies 
represented  on  the  campus  afford  the  student 
an  unexcelled  opportunity  to  develop  a  well 
rounded  personality  and  social  adeptness  which 
will  help  him  evolve  into  a  leader  of  the  future. 

In  selecting  an  organization,  a  wise  student 
will  be  careful  to  choose  one  which  pertains  to 
his  chosen  field.  Through  his  association  he  is 
able  to  meet  and  converse  with  prominent  men, 
participate  in  field  trips,  and  be  up  to  date  on 
the  latest  advancements  in  his  major  field. 


Through  these  different  organizations,  a  stu- 
dent has  the  very  important  chance  of  applying 
and  thereby  increasing  his  classroom  knowledge 
through  practical  situations.  Equally  important 
to  this,  however,  is  the  opportunity  afforded  the 
student  to  engage  in  the  numerous  social  ac- 
tivities held  by  his  organization  and  thereby 
to  have  a  chance  to  develop  his  personality  and 
character  as  well  as  his  knowledge  of  his  chosen 
field. 

The  following  pages  contain  the  organiza- 
tions and  societies  here  at  the  University  of 
Illinois.  It  is  hoped  that  through  this  section  in 
the  lllio  the  students  will  recognize  the  work 
and  accomplishments  of  those  who  are  active 
members. 


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AGRICULTURE  COUNCIL 

promotes  interest  in  agriculture 

Top  row:  Richard  Kesler,  Robert  Dintelmann,  Maxwell  Newport,  Richard  West,  Terry  Greathouse,  Jon  Ellis,  Donald  Denby,  Faul  Luedke,  Forest  Storm,  Robert  Hollo- 
B°"Tears°uTer  Me'Vi"  Sch'Ue'er'  V'Ce  President;  Pr°f-  Wilbur  Buddemeier,  William  Whitfield,  president;  Prof.  Upson  Garrigus,  Merle  Miller,  secretary;  Verlan  Heberer, 
Not   'n   panel:     Duane   Sworts,    Donald   Johnson,    Prof.    Karl   Gardner,    Prof.    Fred   Slife 


Top   row:     Prof.   Arthur  Wyatt,   advisor;   John   Cortland,   treasurer 

Bottom    row:     Charles    Andrews,    president;    James    Smokorski,    vice    president 


The  Mini  Accountancy  Club  is  an  organ- 
ization designed  to  promote  interest  in  the 
science  of  accountancy  and  to  aid  the  stu- 
dent in  receiving  information  of  the  ac- 
counting activities  in  the  business  world. 
Membership  is  not  limited  to  majors  in  ac- 
countancy, but  the  program  is  designed  for 
them. 

Normally,  six  meetings  are  held  each 
year.  The  subjects  of  income  tax,  cost  ac- 
counting, public  accounting,  controllership, 
and  general  accounting  are  discussed.  A 
speaker,  prominent  in  the  branch  of  ac- 
counting to  be  reviewed,  is  invited  to  attend 
the  meeting  and  comment  on  the  present 
activities  in  his  field.  A  field  trip  to  a  large 
industrial  firm  in  a  nearby  city  is  planned 
and  executed  during  the  year. 


ACCOUNTANCY  CLUB 


Top    row:      Frank    Cools,    Algirdas    Olis,    Henry    Foley,    Eugene    Kumpf,    Allen    Kief,    James    Trabue 

Second    row:     Charles    Schultz,    Emil    Rould,    Donald    Dvorak,    Robert   Gainer,    James    Smokorski,  Charles  Andrews,   Prof.  Arthur  Wyatt 

Bottom    row:     Jack    Ewing,    Robert    Reitsch,    Donald    Houk,    James    Burrell,    George   James,  John  Cart  land 


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Top  row:      Prof.   Lloyd  Phipps,  odvisor;     Jock   Bottenfield,   Ronald   Welling,  David   King,    Lowell    Hillen,    James    Neuschwander,    Robert    Milligan,    Clarence    Fluegel,    Robert 

Baalman,    secretary;      Irvin    Smith,    Joseph    Froula 
Fifth    row:      Donald    German,    Floyd    Worley,    Albert   Tieken,    Samuel    Wegman,    Oscar    Rasmussen,    Arlen    Speckman 

Fourth   row:      Marion    Brink,   William    Campbell,    William   Spicer,   Donald    Prather,   James    Purdue,    treasurer;     Marlin    Meyer,    Maurice  Wilhoit 
Third    row:      William    Cinnamon,    Howard    Walker,    vice   president;     Richard    Kesler,    president;     Ronald  Seibel,   reporter;     Charles  Wright,   James   Dorr 
Second   row:      Bruce  Verkruyse,   Donald   Jones,   Robert   Weiss,    Donald    Robertson,    David   Stolz,   Maxwell    Forbes,    Charles    Englehart 

Bottom    row:      James    Esarey,    Gerald    Miller,    Ralph    Judson,    Dean    Smith,    Roy    Hobson,    Charles    Orcutt,   George   Wells,    Louis   Schairer,    Billy  Rich,    Nelson   Wood 
Not   in   panel:      Prof.   John   Matthews,   advisor 

AGRICULTURAL  EDUCATION  CLUB 

promotes  achievement  in  agricultural  education 


ALPHA   PHI  OMEGA 


assembles  former  scouts  to  serve  the  stu- 
dent body  and  community 


Top    row:       Larry    Swoftord,    Robert    Seiler,    John    Billstrom,    Arthur    Michalski,    George    Green,    Wayne    Sampson,    John    Miller,     Robert    Willson      Sanford    Young      Norman 

Thorpe,  Victor  Havel,   Kenneth   Kirk 
Third    row:      Allan    Bluestone,    William    Becker,    Ronald    Hewitt,    David    Komm,    James    Brady,    John    Schwab,    Richard    Dannells,    Robert   Tess      Howard    Berkley      William 

Hyde,    Richard   Schmitz 
Second   row:      Edward    Levin,   Richard   Cridlebaugh,   John   Albrecht,   Arthur   Hall,   Melvin    Blaurock,    Maurice   Glover,    Lester   McKeever,    Charles    Robertson,    Don    Killpatrick, 

Charles   Bednar,    Robert    Friday,    Don    Hartmann 
Bottom    row:      Alfred    Hecht,    James    Bullock,    David    Williams,    Theodore    Puckorius,    Vincent    Berkman,     secretary;       Robert     Eberhart,    president;       Robert     Edwards,     Joseph 

Killpatrick,    first    vice    president;      Robert    Resek,    treasurer;      Richard    Hull,    Richard    Walker,    Rodger   Johnson 
Not    in    panel:      Fred    Kraus,    second    vice    president;      Charles    Allen,    Robert    Bachman  n,    Everett    Faitz,    Barton    Meays,    Richard    Reichelt,    Ellis    Reid,    Neil    Helbling,    Howard 

Warshawsky,    Robert    Dintelmann,    Richard    Anderson,    Dale   Meador,    William    Sch  webke,    David    James,    Ralph    Symons,    William    Christy,    Edward    Eby,    James    Spoor, 

James    Carr,    Clyde   Titus,    John    Fixmer,    Alan    Olson,    Lee    Curtiss,    Richard    Little,    Paul    Stephens 


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Top    row:      Roymond    Brown,    Fennimore    Bradley,    Julian    Lauchner,    Victor    Tennery,    Robert   Kaelin,    Robert   Cowan,    Gary   Winter,    Loren    Day 

Third   row:       Robert   Beals,   Walter   Rehm,    Harry   Carpenter,    Robert   Hallse,   James   Glasford,    Jerome    Rosenthal,    Gordon   Fales,   John    Kerr     Glenn   Ziegle 

Second    row:       Eugene    Lynch,    Ralph   Cook,    Keith    Kappmeyer,    treasurer;      Harold    Bennett,     vice    president;      Roger    Arnold,     president;     'Elwin    Johnson      secretary      Russell 

Bolton,    Prof.    Andrew    Andrews 
Bottom   row:      Andres   Friedman,   Donald   Beebe,  David   Kessel,    Robert  Sands,   Daniel    Baker,    Raymond   Copek,   Ernest   Karner,    Richard    Hoffman 
Not    in    panel:      Alfred    Allen,    Arthur    Friedberg,    John    Sincere,    William    Robson,    Clarence     Hoenig,     Franklin    Wang,     Irvin     Goodman,     Kenneth     Eckrote      Randolph     Lund 

Robert     rettyiohn,     David     Ports 

AMERICAN  CERAMIC  SOCIETY  promotes  feiiow- 

ship  and  learning  among  ceramic  students 


AMERICAN   FOUNDRYMEN'S  SOCIETY 

acquaints  students  with  opportunities  in  the  foundry  industry 


drak,    vice    president;     George    Haley,    president;      Donald    Ellingson,   James    Parker,  Arthur   Canney,    Kenneth    Lehner,   John    Lipnicke,    Robert   Hirsch, 

Prof.   James    Leach,   advisor 


Top    row:      Benedict   On 
John    Young 
hird    row:      Charles    Foley,    Fred    Buenik,    Marvin    Robbins,    David   DeMortelaere,    Gerald    Ploeger,   Sydney   Frey,    Myron    Bernard 
Robert   Rollins,    Roy    Ross,   James   Swanson,    George   Powers,   Robert   Graham,    Frank    Heckler,    Kenneth    Robinson 

Robert    K=r'"in.    Robert   Ammann,    Charles   Allen,   Melvin    Eide,   John    Resh 


Second    row 

Bottom    row:      Kenneth    Mills,    C.'  Kevin'  Willinmson.    hoc 

Not  in  panel:      Robert  Whitmore,  secretary;     James   Freyder,   treasurer 


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Top   row:      Harold   John,    Howard   McCall,   Norman   Johnson,    Robert    Larsen,   Donald   Williams,    Carlton    DeWolff,    Warren    Anderson,    Lane    Swanson,    John    Suede!,    Standley 

Naysmith,    Arthur  Schwartz 
Second    row:      Melvin    Beckman,    James    Knudstad,    Donald    Olivieri,    Glenn  Abel,    Robert    Teegardin,    William    Shaw,    Richard    Engle,    Earl    Wardrum,    James    Peterson     Judith 

Klepinger 
Bottom    row:      Donald    McMasters,    John    Manachek,    James    Rigsby,    treasurer;      Donald   Michaelis,    president;      Raymond    Di  Pasquale,    vice    president;     Anthony    Pawlowsky 

secretary;     Ruth    Hook 
Not  in   panel:      Nancy   Wear,    historian 

AMERICAN  INSTITUTE  OF  ARCHITECTS 

establishes  direct  contact  between  students  and  practicing  architects 


AMERICAN  INSTITUTE  OF  CHEMICAL 
ENGINEERS 


stimulates    professional    growth    in 
students 


chemical    engineering 


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Top    row:      Aldrich    Lipko,    Ronald    Bates,    Richard    Buckley,   Duane    Faletti,    Howard    In  goer,    David   Kearns,    Edward   McCarthy     Fredrick  Shoir 

Third   row:      Terry   Funkhouser,    Robert   Kabel,    Paul   Weller,    Richard   Angus,   Orville   Kremmer,   Donald    Houser,    John    MacKenzie,    John    Heumann,    George    Likander 

Second   row:      Stewart   Chalem,    Raymond    Rotay,   Gerald   Shinville,   John   McKay,    Hush  ang     Nabavian,     Bruce    Geisert,    1  homos     Dvorak,     Robert    Metcalfe      Samuel    Vickers 

Joseph   Marchello 
Bottom   row:      Carl   Vinson,   Prof.   Thomas   Hanratty,   advisor;     John   Topolowski,   treasurer;       Keith     Knott,     president;       James     Hollis,     secretary;       Robert     Bucksat      John 

Broman,   vice   president 


Top     row:     William     Lichtenberger,    treasurer;     Robert    Rohde,    vice    chairman;     Gene 

Sebasky,    secretary;      Donald    Heid,    AIEE    correspondent 
Bottom   row:      James   Briggs,  engineering  council   representative;     Prof.   Paul   Schwarz- 

lose,    advisor;      Richard    Bemis,    chairman;      Prof.    Ernest    Reid,    advisor;      Charles 

McDonough,    engineering    council    representative 
Not   in   panel:      Albert  Rosanes,    IRE   correspondent;     Robert  Woodward,   WHATMETER 

editor 


The  combined  Student  Branch  of  the 
American  Institute  of  Electrical  Engineers 
and  the  Institute  of  Radio  Engineers  func- 
tions under  the  auspices  of  the  national 
organization  of  the  same  name.  Its  pur- 
poses are  to  provide  a  general  picture  of 
how  electrical  engineering  is  applied  to 
industry  and  to  further  the  professional  de- 
velopments in  the  field  of  radio.  Member- 
ship is  composed  of  students  in  the  fields  of 
power,  communications,  and  illumination. 

Talks  given  throughout  the  year  by  visit- 
ing engineers  and  other  outstanding  men 
in  the  business  world  afford  the  members 
an  opportunity  to  obtain  a  broader  picture 
of  the  electrical  industry  than  is  possible 
through  just  the  classroom  work  alone. 

The  AIEE-IRE  sponsors  the  St.  Pat's  Ball, 
the  engineering  open  house,  and  the  senior- 
faculty  banquet. 


AIEE-IRE 


T°P   McMahon"'   C°n'°$'    A"e"    Herbeck'    Edward    Huber-    Dennls    Rezobek-    D°*id   Alexander,     Harry     Dahl,     Milton     Mann,     Charles     Highsmith,     Donald     Jeschke,     James 

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^^Zo^^^f^ry^^T^eT'"'0"    Al"°nd".    H°w°rd    W^"».   Hryhorij    Melnyk,    Fred    Tour.ello.te,    Wayne    Austin.    Stuart    Higgs,    Abul    Rashid,    Robert 

^AnZnv   MelLTjo„rWo^'f?r1MhCheR''1,Ken?e,h    W'.,  *"?'    ^T*'    R°ber*    G°°dm°"'    Da*id    S°«d<".     Norbert    Wollack,     Donald     Perry,    Albert    Chamberlain, 
Anthony   Mellas,   John   Woythal,   John   Baker,   James  Svoboda     Perry   Bolhous 

^'^Powers    AMoyhlm^dliDo;k„^ny„7i0nRBKabiHCk0pS-  Z°ne,^e5lm0nV    A!exander   J°"^hevich,     Miles     Hlavin,     Paul     Engler,    George    Tsuda,     Evangelos    Argoudelis,    James 
rowers,     Mohamad    Darkazanli,     Richard    Reichelt,    Abraham    Jacobowitz 

$3CO"dwTBoriRn!bChayimU'rsroneleCvi°eleS   McD°n°U9h'  A'bert  Ro5anes'   D°"°ld   H«id.   William     Lichtenberger,     Richard    Bemis,    Gene    Sebasky,    James    Briggs,     Robert    Rohde, 
B0,,0Hen?yWBurkemeGe^Se,We'bber   HamP'°n'    R°be"   Feldman<   Mar,in   Plonus-   George  Eleftheriou,   Paul   Perks,  George  Alexander,  Vidmantas  Variakojis,  Wayne  Albrecht, 


164 


Top  row:  Takeshi  Haroda,  Clarence  Girtch,  William  Kallhauge,  Fred  Reich,  Carl  Hartmonn,  John  Schuster,  Charles  Hoefer,  Donald  Ebarp,  Ralph  Steele,  George  Mc- 
Ardle,    Donald  Garner 

Third  row:  Judith  Gilman,  Mary  Frye,  Dorothy  Olson,  Nancy  Schaefer,  Elizabeth  Thomas,  Martha  Ruckman,  Marlene  Glassman,  Martha  Ruvel,  Than  Pennington,  Robin 
Johnson,   Mary  Granberg 

Second  row:  Kenneth  Kim,  Bruce  Brantingham,  Marylou  McGowon,  Darleen  Kennedy,  Patricio  Twardock,  secretary;  James  Holste,  president;  Lura  Sutton,  treasurer; 
Sarah  Corrigan,    Lorraine   Borman,   Maria   Thys,   Kenneth  Harris,   vice   president 

Bottom  row:  Mary  Shuman,  Catherine  Enright,  Judy  Martin,  Marie  Davidson,  Joan  Johnson,  Theresa  Kaplan,  Elsie  Patterson,  Charlotte  Crumbaugh,  Carylsue  Covert, 
Gerry   Brence 

Not  in  panel:  Elynor  Bernstein,  Patricia  Coyle,  Jean  Cox,  Michael  Falconieri,  David  Pitzele,  Barbara  Rhody,  Peter  Anderson,  Joan  Beatty,  Shirley  Heinz,  Roger  John- 
son,  John    McDowell,    Fredricka   Teer,    Walter  Vernasco,    David    Brademas,    Raymond   Cook,  Dana   Harlow,   John   Woodworth 

AMERICAN  RECREATION  SOCIETY  improves 

the  quality  of  recreational  services  and  opportunities 

AMERICAN  SOCIETY  OF 

AGRICULTURAL    ENGINEERS  promotes  professional 
interest,  social  and  educational  activities  among  agricultural  engineering  students 

Top  row:      Ronald   Holt,   Perry   Bolhous,   Earl   Woodrum,   Alfred   Wilde,   Richard   Hamilton,     Irvin     Eickmeyer,     Lloyd    Curry,    Mark    Creviston,    Phil    Jones,    Marvin    Gerdes, 

Howard   Hadler,   Fred   Knapp 
Second   row:      Earl   Sonnemaker,    Walter   Newlin,   Abdul    Ahmadzoi,   Jack    Davison,    Kenneth  Stone,   Clarence  Jones,   Earl  Evans,   Clyde  Hogendobler,  George  Swift,  Maurice 

Paul,   Carl   Nelson,   Joseph   Stevenson,   John   McMunn 
Bottom    row:      James   Allen,    Prof.    James    Curtis,    advisor;     Gerald    Cohron,    treasurer;     James   Smith,    president;     John   Whitaker,    secretary;     Byron    Fortney,    scribe;     John 

Replogle,  vice  president;     Ronald  Yeast,   Frederick  Crang,  Gordon  Wilber,   Prof.   Emil    Lehmann 


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Top  row:  Stanley  Skutnik,  Bjarne  Lund,  Steven  Fenves,  Roar  Irgens,  Larry  Brett.  Roger  Werner,  Martin  Cawley,  Robert  Grulke,  Eugene  Joerns  Perry  Tanner  Lorry 
Martin,    Robert   Stubblefield,    Ronald    Leahy,    Dale   Sonney,    Philip   Seges,    Kay   Miievc  '  '  y    lanner-    La"r 

Third  row:  Prof.  Eugene  Daily,  advisor;  Chandler  Parsons,  Frank  Smith,  Robert  S  powich,  Richard  Capek,  Edward  Lodewski,  Miroslaw  Noyszewski  Clyde  Fuller  Ray- 
mond Eichenlaub,  Richard  Martson,  Robert  Beesley,  Norton  Murphy,  Norman  Zeter,  George  Ellis,  Stanley  Rolfe,  Arthur  Bader,  Hikmet  Basik  William  Schulz 
Robert   Myers  '  ' 

Second  row:  Rojendro  Join  Frederic  Saviski,  Robert  Hahn,  James  Spyros,  Eliahu  Cohen,  Joseph  Casserly,  Robert  Randolph,  Robert  Sachs,  Jamal  Samiany  James 
Calhoon,    John    Fooks,    Donald    Loft,    Richard    Sutton,    Neal    Parmenter,    Alan    English,    Raymond    Larson,    Kenneth    Warren     Joseph    Battaglia 

Bottom  row:  Jonas  Variokojis,  Thomas  Harvey,  president;  William  Baldoccini,  Atlilio  Scotese,  George  Blanke,  Warren  Liebman,  Stanley  Paul  William  Meb-s  engin- 
eering council  representative;  Otis  Michels,  Clarence  Hauschild,  Ralph  Beshur,  Velio  Hansen,  secretory;  Gus  Poppas  Loren  Clark  John  Doe  Philip  Voeatle 
James    Wymer,    treasurer;    Norman    Nelson,    vice    president  '  '  ' 

AMERICAN  SOCIETY  OF  CIVIL 

EllNw  I  IN  t.  tLrvO      furnishes  constructive  activities  and  opportunities  for  pro- 
fessional association 

AMERICAN   SOCIETY  OF  MECHANICAL 

CINVjl  IN  t-t-rvO      informs  members  regarding  new  developments  in  the  field 


Top     row:     William     Thomas,     secretary;     Gilbert    Sommer 
Brace,  William   Evans,   Harvey  Karpiel 


of  mechanical  engineering 

Clayton     McDonald,     Rafael     Roa,     Miguel     Alvarez, 


Harvey     Patterson,     Richard     Nor 


Oliver     Smith,     Donn 


Fourth     row:     William     Loyd,     Robert     Sparrow,     William     Lahrman,     Edwin     Haas,     John    McConnell,    Bernard    Verna,    Fred    Buenik,    Thomas    Regul,    Orvel    Clausen      Richard 

leutsch,     Charles     Foley,     Walter    Glitzenstein,     vice    president 
Third    row:     Norman    Lefton,    Howard    Warshawsky,    Milton   Varous,    John    Kurzrock,    Joseph    Baltrusaitis,    Joseph    Melone,    Herschel    Watson,    Ronald    Reder,    Richard    Stern, 

Arthur    Langas,    Antanas    Dundzila,    Romualdas    Viskanta,    Charles    Hill,    treasurer-   William   Stoecker 
Second    row:     Michael    Chen,    Donald    Bokenkamp,     Frank    Watts,    Harry    Aschan,    John    Witt,    Parker    Badger,    Gabriel   Amitai,   Tet   Pang,    Frederick   Ju,    Harold   Nero 
Bottom    row:     Paul    Stephens,    Harold    Greer,     Harold    Tom,    Parviz    Nabavian,    Donald    Carr,    president;    Glenn    Zieman,    Anthony    Vilona,    William    Heyduck 


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Juniors    and    Seniors — Top    row:     Arthur    Twardock,     Thomas    Mauldin,     Howard     Peterson,    William     Hopkins,     Gordon     Iverson,     Robert    Dodson,     Alexander    Winter,    John 

Shiels,   J.    D.    Kerr,   James    Fitzgerald,    Robert   Keough,    Wallace   Brandt,    Harvey   Schneider,  Norman  Jones,  vice  president 
Fourth    row:     Merrill    Ottwein,    Vincent    Chaffee,    Charles    Lewis,    Paul    Leondis,    Albert    Griffiths,    Charles    Josepnson,    James     Lor  sen,    president    elect;     Ralph    Ziegler,    Carl 

Ferrell,    James    Allison,    Lloyd    Helper,    John    Clayton,    president;    James    Finnell 
Third    row:     Paul    Quinn,    Gregg    Taylor,    Gilbert    Fischer,    David    McConnell,    Marlin    Kleckner,     secretary;     Mike     Pellock,     Thomas     Drije,     Paul     Johnson,     Ralph     Holstein, 

Russell  Smith,  Charles  Esser,  Walter  Schwalbe 
Second    row:     Wayne    Sanderson,    Marjorie    Thompson,    Ronald    West,    Warren    Anderson,     Howard     Hobson,     John     Rosborough,     Robert    Morris,    Theodore    Wagy,     Donald 

Osborne,     Daniel     Cohen,     Thomas     Phillips,    George    Sheets,     Darrell     Jessen,     Prof.   Lorenz  St.  Clair,  advisor 
Bottom    row:      Robert    Kern,    Charles    Rossi,    David    Warren,    Richard    Brown 

AMERICAN  STUDENT  VETERINARY 
MEDICAL  ASSOCIATION 

maintains  the  esprit  de  corps  of  the  College  of  Veterinary  Medicine 

Freshmen     and     Sophomores — Top     row:      Benton     Allen,     Marshall     Slingerland,     V/a\i3r    Mumme,    John    Gerdes,    Robert    Kennedy,    Neal    Nelson,    Ralph    Vinson,    Ira    Aves, 

Peter    Smith,    Lyle    McCullough,    Joseph    Leveque,    Eugene    Nelson,    John    Palensk?,   Bernard  Cahill,  William   Davis 
Fifth    row:      Norman    Cornelius,    Paul    Arndt,    Delwyn    Meyer,    Joe    Meller,    Sianley    Kadlub,    Robert    Fetzner,    Vernon    Cockerill,    Stephen    McQuilkin,    Lawrence    Clark,    Delano 

Ohaver 
Fourth    row:     James    Meyer,    Robert    Young,    Philip    Zand,    Jack    Maddox,    Joan    Owens,    Robert    Graham,    John    Schmidt,    Edward    Symonds,    Alan    Springer,    Edward    Short, 

Jack   Boer 
Third    row:     Gale    Taylor,    Allen    Bernie,    Wesley    Zehr,    Walter    Myers,    Jorg    Hoogeweg,    Richard    Goode,    Paul    Brown,    George    Buchal,    Robert   Willand,    Charles    Anderson, 

Richard   Coster 
Second    row:     Nancy    Wood,    Betty    Walters,    Donald    Singletary,    Paul    Trovillion,    Richard     Schiltz,     Allen     Joesten,     LeRoy     Biehl,     Jerry     Steffen,     Albert     Koltveit,     Erwin 

Small 
Bottom    row:     Frank    Riley,    Marcus    Brown,    Jerrold    Michaels,    Robert    Goodin,    Armand    Lauffer,   William    Lovett,   Jason   James,    Charles   Miner,   James   Pulliam,    Ray   Dieter, 

Lois  Stansbury,  Arnold  Taft 


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Dairy     Cattle     Judging     Team — Top     ro 

Donald    Plote 
Bottom   row:      Rolland   Main,   Christopher  Kunkel 


Earl     Kingman,     Prof.     Emmett    Orminston 


Since  its  establishment  here  at  the  Uni- 
versity of  Illinois,  the  Dairy  Production  Club 
has  worked  hard  to  encourage  and  promote 
interest  in  dairying  and  the  field  of  dairy 
science.  They  hold  monthly  meetings  to 
which  prominent  men  in  the  field  of  dairy- 
ing are  invited  to  attend  and  take  part  in 
the  program.  They  also  hold  an  annual 
Student-Faculty  Smoker  and  Dairy  banquet, 
a  Spring  Showmanship,  and  a  Dairy  Judg- 
ing Contest. 

This  organization,  as  well  as  being  prom- 
inent locally,  has  won  acclaim  nationally. 
This  year  the  College  Dairy  Cattle  Judging 
Team  placed  third  at  the  National  Dairy 
Cattle  Congress  at  Waterloo,  Iowa,  and 
first  at  the  International  Dairy  Show  in  Chi- 
cago. 


DAIRY  PRODUCTION  CLUB 


Top  row:      Keith  Miller,    Lloyd  Clindworth,  William  Campbell,   Harvey  Hortik,   Allen   Hoffman,    Marvin   Gerdes,    Harvey   Weyen,    Richard   Knight,  Earl  Kingman 

Second    row:      James    Hoepker,    Marvin    McDonald,    David    Wyatt,    George    Irwin,    Roger  Stack,    Kenneth   McKee,    Irwin    Lawfer,    Donald    Dean 

Bottom    row:      Donald    Keim,    Duane   Harris,    Charles    Fink,    Gordon    Ropp,   Jon    Ellis,    Christopher   Kunkel,   Maxwell    Newport,    Rolland  Main,  William    Mellen 


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Top   row:      John    Hoover,    Ernest   Herreid,    David    Dunniway,   Jess    Lathrop 

Second    row:      Oliver   Kaufmann,    Robert  Whitney,    Vernon    Lewis,    Samuel    Lombard,    Roland   Bowers,    Lovell    Glasscock,    Dewey   Craig,   Joseph   Tobias 

Bottom    row:      Gopola    Murthy,    Gordon    Schnepper,    Dwight    Ringhausen,    Robert    Peterson,     vice    president;      Stanley     Nelson,    president;       Eugene    McGarrahan,     treasurer; 

Stewart    Tuckey,    Thomas    Magill,    Madhu    Sahasrabudhe 
Not  in  panel:      Albert  Ruzicka,  secretary 

DAIRY    TECHNOLOGY   SOCIETY     arouses enthusi- 

asm  for  gaining  a  greater  knowledge  of  the  dairy  industry 


DELTA    SIGMA    OMICRON     provides  physical,  social,  rec- 

reational,  academic  and  occupational  welfare  for  the  physically  handicapped 


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Top    row:      Robert    Sappington,    Anton    Wypych,    Richard    Hayden,    James    Smith,    Jerry     Morgan,     Paul     Brown,     Stanley     Johnson,     Clarence     Wallin 

Bruce    Wiemer,    John    Calkins 
Third    row:      Jane    Murphy,    Thomas    Williams,    Thomas   Hein,    Paula    Ingerman,    Donald    Doney,    Lysle   Johnson,    Leah    Truxell,    secretary;     Timothy    N 

Arnold,    Ardyth    Broeske,    Marjorie    Nelson,    Kenneth    Creamer,    William    Donahoo,    Leo    Clay,    Charles   Chapman 
Second    row:      Donald   Wahle,    Andrea    Hansen,   Marylou   Meinert,    Herbert    Nosker,    Myra    Gillenwater,    Donald    Swift,    advisor;      Robert    Underwood, 

ford    Gehrke,    Harold    Rieches,    Ursula    Vail,  Judith    Dowell,    James   Coleman 
Bottom    row:      Peter    Karl,    Bruce    Aldendifer,    Bonnie    McManus,    Perry    Persons,    Glen  wood    Perkins,     Kenneth    Anderson,     Marilyn    Dunn,    vice    presi 

president;     Marvin    Berron,   treasurer;     Ruth    Keller,    Norma    McClure,    Kenneth   Matthias 
Not    in    panel:      Donald    Seifferth,    John    Auby,    Lester    Blankenship,    Robert    Freres,    Eleanor    Gornto,    Velma    Snyder,    John    Torrance,    James    Wilde 

Hedtger,    Neal    Hansen,    Marvin    Lapicola,    Leslie    Rardin,    Edgar   Whitehead,    Anton  Wypych 


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Top    row:      Christ    Marinakis,    George    Marina  kis,    Spiro    Lekas,    George    Fotopoulos,    Paul    Contos,    Evangelos    Argoudelis,    Arthur    Langas 

Second    row:      Rae    Grosch,    recording    secretary;      Artemis    Sotirakos,    corresponding    secretary;       John     Chionis,     vice     president;       Michael     Papakentris,     president;       Stella 

Olfanos,    treasurer;     Cynthia  Soter,    Ethel    Katsoulis 
Bottom    row:      Nick    Sallas,    Vicky   Stavropoulos,   Joanna    Pana,    Betty    Nicholson,    George  E  left  her  iou 

EPSILON     PHI     SIGMA    stimulates  a  close  bond  of  friendship  be- 
tween Hellenes  and  Phil-Hellenes 


"IELD     AND     FURROW     advances  and  disseminates  knowledge 

concerning  soils  and  crops 

Top    row:      Prof.    Ambrose    Burger 

Fourth    row:      Prof.    Fred    Slife,    Homer    Koop,    Leo    Bergschneider,    Verlan    Heberer,    Joseph    Froula,    John    Mersereau 

Third    row:      George     Irwin,     Robert    Hagemeyer,     Howard    Parr,    James    Rohl,     Thomas      Yungbluth,       reporter;        Donald      Thompson,       secretary-treasurer;        David      Tolle, 

Charles    Lane 
Second    row:      William     Campbell,     Forest    Storm,    reporter;      David    Williams,    George   Kasper,    Melvin   Schlueter,    Paul    Luedke,    Duane  Swarts,    president;     Gordon    Reichert 
Bottom    row:       Lowry    Bayley,    Marlyn    Reynolds,    Thomas    Warfield,    Ralph    Edwards,    Roger    Schlichting,    Martin    Kovacs 
Not   In   panel:      Charles    Engelhardt,    vice   president 


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Top    row:      Edith    Brockman,    Ruth    Hook,    Douglas    Montague,    Thompson    Dyke,    James    Erkman,    Warren    Anderson,    Charles    Bergstrom,   Melvin    Beckman,    Marvin    Bamburg, 

Joan    Goodmiller,    Marilyn    Nelson 
Bottom    row:      Virginia    Lange,    Alden   Orput,    vice   president;     John    RufFner,    president;      Iva    Eadie,    secretary;      Richard    Donohoe,    treasurer;      Prof.    Walter    Keith,    advisor; 

Marie   Garvey 
Not   in    panel:      Marlene   Shepard,    Paul    Pizner,    Prof.   Jack  Baker,   advisor;     Prof.   Arthur   Pulos,    advisor 

FINE  AND  APPLIED  ARTS  COUNCIL 

co-ordinates  the  work  of  all  art  organizations 


FLORICULTURE  CLUB  stimulate 


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Top  row:  Eldon  Ahner,  Carl  Enge,  Theodore  Eck,  James  Karas,  James  Houser,  Harold  Wilkins 
Second  row:  Henry  Emoto,  John  Bleck,  Frederick  Siebold,  Herbert  Hannagan,  Eugene  Dramm 
Bottom    row:      Prof.    Frederick   Weinard,    John    Walter,    president;     Marvin    Carbonneau,   secretary;     Waldo   Donaho,    Neil    Flynn,   vice   president; 

Ackerman 
Not  in   panel:      Richard   Malmgren,   treasurer;     Prof.   James   Kamp,   Gall    Fosler 


Prof.   John    Culbert,    Charles 


Top  row:  Lois  Longmire,  Carole  Leverty,  Donna  Meils,  Gene  Stimart,  Nancy  Womeldorff,  Elizabeth  Shinn,  Joan  Guyer,  Marcia  Brown,  Mary  Madigan,  Janice  Franklin, 
Jo    Farley,    Carol    Muenter,    Mary  Jensen,    Lila    Ricketts,   Mary    Lindsey,   Sylvia    Wil  liams 

Fifth  row:  Marilyn  Huber,  Elizabeth  Oakes,  Lois  Oberle,  Irlene  Porrill,  Mary  Herman,  Janice  Whitaker,  Carolyn  Brewer,  Judith  Gates,  Marie  Putnam,  Carolyn  Camp- 
bell,   Carol    Walker,    Jane    Behringer,    Nancy    Monroe,    Juliann    Ankenbrand,    Gladys    Grommet,    Geraldine    Taymor 

Fourth  row:  Delores  Hickman,  Betty  Priggie,  Carmelita  Konzen,  Angie  Putt,  Marjorie  Hoerdt,  Barbara  Arning,  Mildred  Player,  Doris  Williams,  Vivienne  Huffman, 
Patricia    Paxton,    Eleanore  Janssen,    Carol    Underwood 

Third  row:  Merle  Kaegy,  Ann  Laane,  Patricia  Schnulle,  Elizabeth  Armstrong,  Irene  Vogel,  Carolyn  Moody,  Clara  Neylon,  Ellen  Eostburn,  Verna  Vogt,  Shirley  Bailey, 
Janet  Turney,   Natalie  Wiggers 

Second  row:  June  McGregor,  Madelyn  Wyss,  Joan  Wight,  Florence  Schwartz,  Ann  Nemeroff,  Audrey  Swanson,  Marjorie  Headley,  Nancy  Brown,  Dorothy  Kramer, 
Karen   Vaupel,    Barbara    Boyd,    Carol   Firch,    Jean    Rushton 

Bottom  row:  Charlotte  Hogan,  Leona  Webb,  secretary;  Marilyn  Morine,  Ima  Bassler,  Rosella  Ervin,  treasurer;  Carolyn  Campbell,  vice  president;  Jean  Dinsdale, 
president;     Phyllis  Stolz,   Ruth   Behrends,  Pearl   Hanebutt,  Corinne  Moloney,  Elaine  Oderkirk,   Delores   Read,   Nancy  Judd 

HOME      ECONOMICS    CLUB       promotes  friendship  and 

furthers  interest  in  home  economics 


HORTICULTURE  CLUB 


fosters  interest  in  the  field  of  horti- 


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Top   row:      Prof.    Arthur   Colby,    Prof.    Norman    Oebker,    Prof.    Joseph    McDaniel,    Prof.   Roy  Simons 

Second   row:      Paul    Rieke,   David    Bossert,    Bobbie   Weiss,    Richard   Vial,    Paul    Luedke 

Bottom    row:      Melvin   Schlueter,    Robert   Dintelman,    Harvey   Hortik,    Donald    Keim,   James   Glessner,   John   Attebury 

Not    in    panel:      Duane    Swarts,    Jack    Bottenfield,    William    Cinnamon 


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Hoof  and  Horn  is  a  club  for  those  agri- 
culture students  who  are  interested  in  the 
field  of  animal  science.  One  of  the  purposes 
of  this  organization  is  to  enable  students  to 
become  better  acquainted  with  their  fellow 
students  and  professors.  The  experience 
and  knowledge  gained  in  the  organization 
can  be  applied  to  classroom  work  as  well  as 
to  actual  use  on  the  farm. 

This  year  some  of  its  activities  included 
sponsoring  the  Little  International  Horse 
Show,  holding  the  annual  Spring  Barbecue, 
honoring  the  outstanding  senior  club  mem- 
ber, and  awarding  keys  to  the  outstanding 
livestock  judges  in  the  Animal  Science  101 
and  103  classes. 

Highlights  of  the  spring  semester  in- 
cluded the  Spring  Judging  Contest  and  the 
Livestock  Showmanship  Contest. 


Carlyle     Greathouse,     secretary;     Rolland     Main,     vice     president;     Terry     Greathouse, 

president;    Richard   Baird,   reporter 
Not    in    panel:       Bobbie    Weiss,    treasurer 


HOOF  AND  HORN  CLUB 


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Top  row:      Louis   Rogers,    Phillip   Naffziger,    Bruce   Dempsey,   Allen   Hoffman,   Arlen  Speckman,   Richard   Duvick,    James   Stevenson,    George   Tjardes,   James   Clapper,    Vernon 

Argo,    Richard   Showalter,    Kenneth   McKee,   John   Gill,   Herbert  Engdahl,    Russell    Youmans 
Fifth   row:     Donald  Rice,   Lawrence  Gardner,   Donald  Denby,  Don  DeBolt,   Richard  Baird,    John    Feddersen,    Paul    Rieke,    Charles    Kiefling,    Charles    Swope,    Jack    Leftwich, 

Charles   Baker,   Arlyn   Rabideou,   Bruce  Wright,   Gene  Gudeman,  Gayle  Wright,  Theodore  Zindars,  Howard  Parr,  John  Chesnut 
Fourth    row:      Walter    Tarleton,    Jomes    Adams,    James    Rea,    Theodore    Bruzas,    Marvin    McDonald,    Richard    Vial,    Charles    Lane,    Charles    Shuman,    Frederick    Heyl,    William 

Dehority,   Charles   Fink,    Roger  Wegehenkel,   John   Mueller,   Eugene  Trautvetter,   Paul   Curtis,    Duane   Swarts,    Richard    Milas 
Third   row:      John   Carson,    Raymond   Duewar,    Richard   Stone,   David   Mobley,   David   Bossert,    Lyle  Truckenbrod,   Max   Morris,   David  McGinty,   Don   McNeely,   Roger  Schlicht- 

ing,    Raymond    Carmichael,    Keith    Frey,    William    Whitfield,    Raundle    Ericson,    Jon    Ellis,    Richard    Royburn 
Second    row:       Richard    Simms,    Gordon    Ropp,    Walter  Watts,    Emily   Beggs,    Donald   Wissmiller,    Walter   Van    Winkle,    James   Wenstrom,    Carlyle   Greathouse,    Rolland    Main, 

Merle  Miller,   Wilbur  Nelson,   William   West,   William   Wilson,   Kenneth  Ellis,   Paul    Briney,    Robert   Hunt,    Robert   Bower 
Bottom   row:      Max   Fulling,    Robert   Knudson,    Dean  Smith,   Karl   Kobel,   William    Harrison,    Bobbie   Weiss,   Richard   Dick,   George  Wolf,   Robert  Dintelmann,   Jack   Bottenfield 


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™rVu0trw,l,S'arnle.y    VK0i\F°rrew-n0X'    D0n.°ld    G"ild-    Roger    Hughes,    finance    officer;       Rudolph     Reiners,     commander;       William     Boldoccini.     vice     commander;       Donald 
outowski,    Lurtis   Ketcham,   William   Ristow,    Frank   Thomas 

$eCOnHlarv0aWch     ^^    D°nielS'    Ger°ld   Munle>''    William   Martens,    Edward   Goodord,    William     Darlington,     adjutant;       John     Squire,     Harold     Chevrie,     Curtis     Tack,     Stephen 
Bottom    row:       Robert   Carter,    Richard   Rush,    James    Hollis,    Max   Weinblum,    David    Woodruff,    Robert   Lorenzen,   Wesley   V/iesland,    Leonard   Boles 

ILLINI  CAMPUS  AMVET  POST  No.  202 

unites  veterans  in  social  activities  and  in  mutual  scholastic  assistance 


ILLINI     INSURANCE    SOCIETY       bridges  the  gap  be- 

tween  classroom  and  field 

Top   row:      William  Tozer,   Charles  Gauen,   William  Trunck,  Jon   Hunt,   Robert  Most,   Walter   Gabehart     Emerson    Cammack 

Third    row:      William    Maybrook,    Richard    Reichle,    Ronald    Moll,    Joseph    Cicero,    Prof.    Robert   Mehr 

Second    row:       Ralph   Symons,   Simon    Kelly,   James    Lambakis,    John    Furman,    Owen    Giblin     Barnie   Abell 

Bottomjow^jiober^^renzen.^Joseph    Trautman,    treasurer;      Sheldon    Levy,    president;      James     Fuhrman,     secretary;       Harry     Peterson,     vice     president;       Wayne    Weber, 

Not    in    panel:      Jerry    Brodshaw,    Charles    Keaton,    Frank    Laraia,    Loren    Mann,    Herbert  Petterson,   Richard  Pingry,  David   Levy 


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Top    row:      William    Ambrose,    Donald    Beebe,    Charles    Hubele,    Freeman    Schrodt,    Robert    Campbell,    James    Clapper,    Ronald    Bowers,    John    Strickland 
Fifth   row:      Charles    Chimento,    William    Cellini,    John   Sullivan,    Thomas    O'Brien,   George   Walsh,    Roger   Wegenhenkel,    Prof.   John   McCollum,   James   McCollum 
Fourth    row:     Jeffrey   Summitt,    Robert   Cook,    Don    Peters,   Gerald    Pullen,    Richard    Lower,  David  Snyder,  Teddy  Dickman,  John  Schmidt 
Third    row:      Kriton    Dinou,    Paul    Telle,    Roy    Brizz,    Jack    Wilson,    Ronald    Stone,    Larry    Routledge,    Joseph    Pintar,    Leonard    Davis 

Second    row:      Alden    Olson,    Robert   Tess,    William   Smitley,    Roger    Duitsman,    Roger   Schlichting,    Wallace   Mitchell,    Robert   Cochran,    William    Karpel 

Bottom   row:       Bruce   Raney,   program   chairman;     Emil   Kubalek,   vice   president;     Gerald     Brown,     treasurer;       Thomas    Krizan,     advisor;       David     Albert,     secretary;      Marvin 
Carbonneau,  president 

ILLINI    SPORTSMEN'S     CLUB     stimulates    interest    in 

the  conservation  of  natural  resources  and  wildlife 


INDIAN  STUDENT  ASSOCIATION      promotes 

good  will  and  better  understanding  among  international  students 


Top   row:     Shrinath    Katbag,   Abdemannan    Bandukwala,   Sushi  I    Gupta,    Raghavendra    Rao,    Mohamad    Dar,    Indar    Luthar,    Dineshchandra    Sheth,    Dhirubhain    Desoi,    Ananth 

Narayan,    Gopala    Murthy 
Second    row:     Udhishtra    Sharma,    Savak    Tarapore,    Charanjit    Rai,    Rhea    Das,    T.    Muniyappan,    G.   Nallakrishnan,   Jagdish   Doshi,    Lachhman   Setaram,    Rao   Channapragada, 

Sardar  Khan,   Rathnam  Sanga,  Syed  Reza 
Bottom    row:      Vnsant    Bhaleroo,    Satya narayan    Gupta,    Rajendra    Jain,    Sidagouda    Khot,     Madhu    Sahasrabudhe,    Sarojam    Mankau,     Debabrata    Choudhury,     Navinchandra 

Rupani,  Mohanan    Nair 


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nolly,  Robert  Deem  Daniel  Dudas,  John  Kurzrock,  Robert  Shonahan,  Russell  Hopps,  John  Kistenb'roker,  Alfred  Inselberg  Gary  VonSan, 
.row:  John  Doe.  Donald  Teague,  Warren  Walski,  William  Starkey,  Fred  Horiuchi.  Jerry  McDonald,  Arthur  Hall,  Chris  Kipfer  Wesl< 
Kobert    Marks,    David    Hargis  ' 


Henry   Stillwell,    Phil    DeProtine,    president;      Prof.    T.    P 
James   Kuczma,   vice   president;     John   Locke,   secre 


Nicholsen,    Edmund    Bender,    Gerald    Kinroth,    John    Con 
t,   Raymond   Kramer 
ley    Williams,    Lyle    Sconzert 

Fourth    row:      Jack    Koga     William    Corleton,   Milton    McAuley,    John    Sydorenko,    Hugh  Jackson,   Ross  Childers,  James  Piechocki,   Lawrence  Krai     John  O'Grady    John  Barr 
Maur.ce   Garnholz,    Franklin   Postula,   Lee   Sentman,    Charles   Jackson,    Richard   Dudkiewicz     Horry   Allen  <^raay,  John  Barr 

Third   row:     Larry   Allen,   Theodore  Jamison,   William   Russell,   Glen   Moore,   Prof.   Harry    Hilton      advisor- 
Torda,    Donald   Doty,    Daniel   Cichy,   John    Allen,    Paul    Ikhtiari,   Jack    Burk 

Second    row:      Gerold    Chrusciel,    Maynard    Cusworth,    Paul    Douglas,    Fred    Snyder,    engineering   council    representative 

INSTITUTE  OF  THE  AERONAUTICAL 

^UltlNUto     promotes  friendship  among  aeronautical  engineering  students 

LAW    SCHOOL    SENIOR    CLASS  include,  the  grad- 

uates  for  the  school  year  1 954- 1 955 

Seven7hWrowChriDornIHHeAHrm7,ein'    "*»'"    Au'loknderL  Terrance   Mitchell,    John    Norton,    Bernard   Reese,    Richard   Holscher.   Walter   Peirson,   Donald   Henss,    Donald   Ward 

Seventh    row:      Donald    Adorns,    James    House,    Robert    Trone,    Robert    Brodt,    Leroy    Duncan,    Richard    Neagle,    Orla   Adams     Gus   Svolos  ' 

Fff r     j0°h7  Mfr'    u'n  ?°WM ■  el'       r'1    Morf7*2- UM«  uRose'    Elmer   Hawkins,    Thamos    Harrington,    John   Metzger,    Hestin    Richards,   John   Favero 

Fn,  r,h    T      Joph.n.Mc.Cu'lou3h-    William    Chamberlain,    John    Hedrich,    William    Webber,    Wayne   Johnson,    Richard    Thies.    Alvin    Bush,    Robert   McKnelly     James   Wilder 

F0UrCum0mWingsR,CGQarrdy    Efc/EE.  '=.'  S^TaJ^    ^'^    ^    ^^    **    ^"^     "^    k~^     ^    «^    *- 
Th,%rofWlGeo0r9e'F™mp.aon'    AUS'in    BUCh°n°n'    A'°n    Greim°"-    Er"«»    ^»<».    "obert    Brennan,     Prof.     Charles    Bowman.     Prof.     Russell    Sullivan,    Prof.    Merrill    Schnebly. 

Second  row:  Dean  Albert  Harno  Prof.  Harold  Holt,  Prof  J  Nelson  Young,  Prof.  Edward  Cleary,  Prof.  John  Cribbet,  Prof.  Richard  Faletti,  Prof.  Kenneth  Corlston 
Prof.    George   Weisiger,    Prof.    Walter   Summers,    Prof.    William    Warren,    Prof.    George   Goble  v.arisron, 

GiltT/  Niznik"   ArmS,r°n9'    Normon   Share'    Marvin   Berman'    L*le   Whitledge,   John     Leskera,    Joseph     Perozzi,     Frank    Galvin,     Richard    Sowislak,    Willard    Shonfeld, 

Not   '"    pone,:      George   Chandler,    John    Lambright,    Pete    Pelafas,    Howard   Sanders,    Robert  Smith,    Philip   Ward,    William    Wells 


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Top     row:     Albertas     Vaitaitis,     Remigius     Gaska,     Albinos     Vaiciunas,     Juozas     Koncius,    Julius    Smulkstys,     Mindaugos    Jazbutis,     Benediktas    Zemaitis,    Algimantas    Ze- 

maitis,   Kestutis  Germonas 
Fifth   row:      Leonas   Sabaliunas,    Kestutis   Mikenas,    Reinoldas   Pipyne,   Algis   Bakaitis,    treasurer;     Leopold    Treciokas,     Kestutis    Jecius,    Raymond    Korzonas,    Joseph    ManeMs, 

Kazys  Labanauskas,  Raymond  Babickas,  vice  president 
Fourth    row:     Stasys    Neimanas,     Edward    Verba,    Jonas    Variakojis,    Antanas    Dundzila,   Vytautas   Suopys 

Third    row:     Algimantas    Paulius,    Algirdas    Avizienis,    Algirdas    Olis,    Algirdas    Marchertas,    Zigmas    Viskanta,    Sigitas    Zubkus,    Bronius    Budginas 
Second    row:     Joseph    Baltrusaitis,    Rom ua Idas    Viskanta,    Regina    Pemkus,    Liuda    Kaupas,     Bridget    Betkauskas,     Vida    Gaskaite,    secretary;    Dalia    Ozelis,     Ludovica     Luinys, 

Danute    Dirvianskis,    Kazimieras    Ripskis,    Arvydas    K  More,    Bruno    Juodelis,    presid  ?nt 
Bottom    row:     Allan    Kaupas,    Vidmantas    Variakojis,    Julia    Bendtkas,    Danguole    Sabaliauskaite,    Cunegunda    Garmus,    Romana    Vebra,    Prof.    Gilbert    Kettelkomp,    advisor,- 

Do  lite    Valancius,     Monika    Sirmulis,    Dangira     Loukys,     Danute    Jurevicius,    Nijole   Velza 

LITHUANIAN  STUDENTS'  SOCIETY 

acquaints  members  with  the  American  and  Lithuanian  cultures 


MARKETING  CLUB 


promotes  student  interest  in  the  field  of  mar- 
keting 


Top    row:     Thomos    lazar,    William    Smith,    Daniel    Pattarson,    Earl    Kesler,    Prof.    Robert    Cole,    Donald    Schneider,    Allan    Bluestone,    Fred    Salkin,    Harvey    Greenstein,    Earle 

Bitzer,  Alan  Anderson,  James  Burrell,   Ronald  Lopoty 
Ninth     row:     James     Ellingson,     Joseph     Warner,     Lawrence    Marshall,     Wayne    Matusiak,     Glen    Wilmes,     Frank    Newton,    George    McBride,     Jerald    Much,    Stuart    Musick, 

Robert    Zaruba,    Bert    Anschel,    Gerard    Nugent,    Frank    Thorp 
Eighth    row:     Thomas    Guthrie,    Edward    Lazowski,    Donald   Schilke,    John    Gepford 
Seventh    row:     William    Prescott,    Wayne    Adams,    Walter   Moy,    Allen    Kreitzer 
Sixth    row:     Lawrence    Calhan,    John    McCarthy,    Ernest    Degenhardt,    Lee    Curtiss 
Fifth    row:     Anthony    Roy,    Jo    Farley,    James    Clevenger,    George    Fotopoulos 
Fourth    row:     Helen    Kausia,    Dolores    Engelking,    Austin    Fosnaugh,    Conrad    Staudacher 
Third    row:     Rae    Grosch,    Theresa    Ruth,    Wesley    Wiesland,    John    Doe 
Second    row:     Marie    Putnam,    Robert   Seiler,    Charles    Francis 
Bottom    row:     Margaret    Remade,    Robert    Trumbull,    Lawrence    Chapman 


Top     row:      Ronald    Amnions,     Prof.     Clara    Behringer,     Patricia    Anderson,    Joyce    Ch  a  I  craft,  Arthur  Williams,   vice  president 
Fourth    row:     Andrew    Ekblaw,    Roxone    Kamm,    treasurer;    Anne    Davis,    president;    Njncy  Bowen,  Marie  Garvey,   Paul   Curtis 
Third     row:     Gloria     Andrews,     Annette    Hankin,    Jane    Penn,     Shirley    Gag  hen,    secretary 

Second    row:     Eva    Hildesheimer,    Genevieve    Richardson,    Carol    McCradie,    Gretchen    Gibbons,   Alice   Woelfersheim,    Lorraine    Borman 

Bottom    row:     Prof.    Joseph    Scott,    advisor;    Vera    Jacobson,    Norma    Hertzmann,    Marylou    McGowan,    Martha    Glisson,    Shirley    Bradshaw,    Carol    Schaefer,    George   McKinney 
Not    in    panel:     Joan    Marmel,    Nancy    Albee,    John    Herschelman,    Nancy    Glidden,    Donald   Hewson,    Lois  Cohn,   Prof.   Wesley  Swanson,   Mary  Arbenz,   George  Gunkle,  Susan 
Brown,     Prof.     Barnard     Hewitt,     Prof.     Charles    Shattuck,    Barbara    Schedel 


MASK    AND    BAUBLE 


fosters    a    greater 
good   theatre 


appreciation    of 


MINERAL   INDUSTRjES   SOCIETY 

encourages  better  understanding  between  Mining  and  Metallurgical  Engineering  students 
and  faculty 


Top    row:     Kenneth    Wilson,    Orville    Kimball,    Jose    Romero,     Gerald     Robinson,     Harold    Gegel,    Robert    Wells,    George    Haley,    Charles    Robertson,    Kenneth    Zemon 

Bottom     row:     Andrew    Kish,     Ira     Potovsky,     Howard     Friedman,     Ronald    Meindl,    John  Wishort,   Howard  Savage,   Robert  Hull 

Not    in    panel:     Jack    Tisdale,    Kaye   Johnson,    Donald    Romani,    Earl    Carlson,    Dean    Biehler,     Paul    Stalter,     Ronald    Nylen,    William    Albert,     Ralph    Wells,     Edwin    Jackson, 

Donald    Holmes,    Joseph    Enrietto,    Michael    Gedwill,    Don    Killpatrick,    Carol    Verseman,     Robert     Bean,     James     Becker,     Ernst     Huschke,     Paul     Sprehe,     Prof.     Thomas 

Read,    Prof.    William    Chedsey,    Prof.    Bernard    Ricketts,    Prof.    Robert    Bohl,    Prof.   Rudolph  Wuerker 


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NATIONAL  COLLEGIATE  PLAYERS 

gives  recognition  for  excellence  in  creative  theatre 


Top    row:     Mary    Arbenz,    Joyce    Chalcraft,    president 

Second     row:     Charles     Shattuck,     Clara     Behringer,     Genevieve     Richardson,     advisor;   Joseph   Scott 

Bottom     row:     Marylou    McGowan,    Annette    Han  kin,    secretary -treasurer 

Not    in    panel:     Susan    Brown,    vice    president;    George    Sunkle,    Karl    Wallace,    Severina   Nelson,   Karl  Windesheim 


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Top     row:      Arlene     Polsgrove,     publicity    chairmon;       Karlyn     Kettelkamp,     secretary; 
Ruth    Wylie,    president;     Johna    Glaze,    properties;      Virginia    True,    vice    president 
Bottom    row:      Geraldine    Clup,    properties;      Ravae    Sharp,    treasurer 
Not    in    panel:     Geulah    Abrahams,    work-shop   coordinator 


Orchesis  offers  men  and  women  of  the 
university  the  opportunity  for  creative  dance 
study,  composition,  and  performance.  Also 
of  primary  importance  in  Orchesis's  goal  is 
to  stimulate  interest  in  dance  as  an  art  form 
and  to  foster  standards  of  performance,  ap- 
preciation, and  understanding  of  this  art  in 
the  community. 

A  yearly  concert  in  the  spring,  given  in 
conjunction  with  the  Contemporary  Arts 
Festival  is  the  major  activity  of  this  organi- 
zation. Each  year  Orchesis  sends  one  or 
more  of  its  members  on  a  dance  scholarship 
during  vacation  to  a  school  of  their  own 
choosing. 

Orchesis  also  sponsors  concerts  by  visit- 
ing artists  and  organizes  symposiums  in 
which  other  colleges  are  invited  to  partici- 
pate. 


ORCHESIS 


Top    row:     Arlene   Polsgrove,    Burton   Palmer,   Karlyn   Kettelkamp,   Johna   Glaze,   Sidney    Desser,    Ruth    Wylie,    Sheiwin    Bairn,    Willis   Gaskin,    Ravae   Sharp     Daniel    John 
fourth    row:       Lois    Merritt,    Nancy    Kuehn,    Evelyn    Gutzeit,    Cunegundo    Gormus,    Shoron   Armstrong,   Geraldine  Culp,    Janet   Moeller,    Virginia    True,    Beatrice    Dvorak     Clara 

omith,    Joanna    Zubaty 
Third   row:      Elaine   Nelson,    Anne   Alloway,   Jo   Ann   Markland,    Phyllis   Gordon,    Kay  Reeves,    Rosalyn    Wykes,    Nancy    Berquist,     Caryl     Harrington,     Frans    Guepin,    Camilla 

Second    row:      Irene    Nakamura,    Susan    Zakoian,    Joanne    Sherwin,    Miriam    Weisbord,    Diane    Klofter,    Dorothea    Sherman,    Miriam    Farrell,    Judith    Tibbits,    Cindy    Monroe, 

Sheila   Mason,   Mary   Frederick 
Bottom   row:      Sadie   Poinsett,    Kay   Bowman,   Rhoda   Goldmon,   Janice  Schallman,   Margret    Dietz,    advisor;      Mrs.     Ronald    Dirsmith,     Dorothy    Marlin,     Reba    Wright     Jean 

Simon  ' 

Not   in    panel:      Geulah   Abrahams,    Jaci   Grear 


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Top    row:       Leonard    Schaider,    Donald    Esarove,    Robert    Carper,    Phillip    Lincenberg,    Lawrence   Graff,   Philip   Cohen     Selwyn    Shapiro 
Second    row:      Alan    Sered,    Jay    Becker,    Leslie    Morris,    Gerald    Merzon,    Richard    Earlix,   Norman    Hollenberg,    Robert   Migatz     Howard    Leftwich 

Bottom    row:      Alan    Jacobs,    Mitchell    Bass,    corresponding    secretary;      Martin    Goldstein,   recording   secretary;     Harold   Gluskoter,   vice   president-     Marvin   Miller     president 
Herbert    Fisher,    treasurer;      Phillip   Sokol,    Sheldon    Rosenberg 


PRAETORIANS 


furthers   the   social    and    cultural   well-being   of   its 
members 


SCARAB 


increases  knowledge  of  architecture 


T°P  hZI  |J°wlUffner-,re!iuenf;  °°Z  ""J?",',  ,reasurer'  Jomes  jQ£eer<  Richard  Donohoe,  Richard  Merhar,  John  Henderson,  John  Suedel,  Charles  Gathers,  John  Rule, 
Nicholas   Weber,    Gilbert    Hensey,    Donald    Voss 

Second    row:      Thomas    Hubbard,    Donald    Pyskacek,    Roland    Schapanski,    Andrew    McPherson,    John    Wood,    Gabriel    Guevrekian,     Driver    Lindsay      Cyrus    Palmer      Prof      A 

Richard    Williams,    advisor  ' 

Bottom    row:      David    Pickard,    John    Logan,    Melvin    Beckman,    Paul    Stevens,    Thompson    Dyke,    William    Heinzman,    William    Tippens 

Not  in  panel:  Charles  Boldon,  Michael  Imlay,  Victor  Isaksen,  Denis  Keith,  Edward  McCrary,  Robert  Most,  Jack  Quell,  Arthur  Sestak,  Andrew  Toth.  vice  president; 
Donald  Olivier,  secretary.  Jack  Baker  Prof.  Turpin  Bannister,  Prof.  Granville  Keith,  Prof.  William  Kinne,  Prof.  Elmer  Love,  Prof.  John  Replinger,  Prof.  Ambrose 
Richardson,    Prof.  Walter  Keith,   Prof.  Karl    Lohmann,    Prof.   Stanley   White 


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Top   row:      Sarita   Alexander,   Sarah    Robinson,    Juanita    Bailey,    Ruth    Baughman,    Frances,    Francis,    Paul    Manahan,    Raymond   Moehle,    Charles    Foley,    Donald    Ellingson     Bert 

Second    row:      Audrey   Springs,    Patricio   Anderson,    Lillian    Kirk,   Joyce   Day,   Sandra    Mclver,    Eleanor    Larson,    Evelyn    Gepford 

Bottom    row:      Marjorie    Ashby,    advisor;      Judith    Konneker,    president;      Helen    Kausie,   secretary;     Myrna    Krug,    vice   president;     Patricia   McGath,    treasurer;     Joan    Reichen- 

backer,    Marcia    Davis 
Not    in    panel:      Sherrill    Hart,    Janet    Myers 


SECRETARIAL  CLUB 


provides  valuable  practice  and  experi- 
ence for  commercial  students 


SOCIETY  FOR  THE  ADVANCEMENT  OF 

IVI/\IN/\w  t-IVI  t.lN   I       promotes  the  concepts  of  scientific  management 

Top    row:      Don    Norford,    Frank    Michalec,    George    Fotopoulos,    David    Simmons,    Charles    Francis,    Paul    Manahan,    Raymond    Moehle,    Charles    Foley,    Donald    Ellingson,    Bert 

Anschel,    Charles    Blundell,    Jesse    Thornton,    Raymond    Maslanka,    Charles    Carter,    Thomas   Guthrie,    Paul   Stephens,    Lee   Curtiss 
Third    row:      Gilbert   Sweet,   James   Norkewicz,    Earl   Takach,   Nick   Michas,    Daniel    Pattarson,     William     McEldowney,     Michael     Lesh,     William     Cummings,     Charles     Gauen, 

Benediktas    Zemaitis,    Bruno    Juodelis,    Joseph    Warner,    Robert    Fenstermaker,    Charles    Crain,    George    Bolin,    Carl    Lane,    Frederick   Gress 
Second    row:       Robert   Sick,    Conrad    Staudacher,    Philip    Bisesi,    Fred    Becker,    secretary;      Arthur    Susman,    president;      Prof.    Merten    Mandeville,    Prof.    Paul    Dauten,    Arthur 

Holtz,    vice    president;      Richard    Earlix,    treasurer;      Eugene    Kumpf,    Alfred    Tracy,    Earl    Kesler 
Bottom    row:     James    larsen,    William    Lomonaco,    John    Berg,    Kenneth    Davis,    Charles    Scliultz,    John    Baldwin,    Borje    Saxberg,    Wesley    Froehlich,    Donald    Harding,    Curtis 

Brainard,    William   Menke,   Glenn   Green 


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j. 


Top    row:      Tet    Pang,    Frank   Watts,    John   Schneider,    John    Halloran,    Charles    Foley,    Bernard    Verna,    Walter    Glitzewstein,    Harvey    Patterson,    Donald    Carr,    Robert    Sparrow 
Bottom   row:      Miguel   Alvarez,   Rafael   Roa,   Harold  Greer,  Paul   Stephens,    Thomas    Regul,    vice    president;    John    Witt,     president;    William    Evans,    Anthony    Vilona,    Harold 

Nero 
Not   in    panel:      Prof.    William    Hull,    advisor 

SOCIETY  OF  AUTOMOTIVE 
ENGINEERS 

develops  interest  in  the  automotive,  aircraft,  and  gas  turbine  fields 


UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS  FLYING  CLUB 

stimulates  interest  in  aviation 

Top    row:      Jesse   Stonecipher,    advisor;     C.    Neale    Elsby,    president;     Dorothy   Moriarity,    Sandra    Schaub,    vice    president;      Donald    Manthei,    James    Dewey,     Linton    Kypta, 

secretary -treasurer 
Bottom    row:      Harold    Weaver,    Carl    Carlson,    Peter    Bodett,    Harrison    Killam,    Donald    DeShazo 


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Top    row:     James    Clapper,    vice    president;    Robert    Mumm,    Bruce    Raney,    Master   Sgt. 

John     Petersen,     William     Darlington,     Robert    Hickey 
Bottom     row:     Paul     Bordignon,     Allen     Johnson,     treasurer;     Nancy     Mays,     secretary; 

James   Cooney,    president;    Walter   Juneau 


The  University  of  Illinois  Rifle  and  Pistol 
Club  is  chartered  and  recognized  by  the 
National  Rifle  Association  of  America. 

Membership  is  open  to  the  students,  staff, 
and  employees  of  the  University  who  are  in- 
terested in  competitive  shooting.  For  new 
members  who  want  instruction,  there  are 
National  Rifle  Association  Instructors  to  help 
them.  Rifles  and  pistols  are  furnished  to 
members  at  no  cost. 

Throughout  the  school  year,  members 
compete  within  the  club.  Each  year  the 
club  sponsors  the  Annual  University  of  Illi- 
nois Invitational  Rifle  Match.  This  year  the 
Illinois  State  Gallery  Championships  were 
held  here. 

The  purpose  of  the  club  is  .  .  .  MORE 
AND  BETTER  SHOOTING  SO  THAT  AMER- 
ICA MAY  ONCE  MORE  BE  A  NATION  OF 
RIFLEMEN. 


UNIVERSITY  OF  ILLINOIS 
RIFLE  AND   PISTOL  CLUB 


Members:  George  Anselm,  Robert  Albright,  Stephen  Arnold,  Ignocio  Avellanedo,  Harvey  Allekian,  James  Adams,  Ralph  Allen,  William  Black,  Melvin  Blaurack, 
Robert  Bartz,  Roger  Bainbridge,  Beverly  Ballein,  Burl  Baker,  Neil  Butterfield,  Barbara  Boles,  Alan  Blankfield,  Judith  Blankfield,  Joel  Barnes,  John  Baumgarten, 
Udell  Bernstein,  James  Clapper,  Luis  Cifuentes,  Carmen  Cunningham,  Raymond  Chiostri,  Joseph  Cannella,  Robert  Cordes,  Mark  Connell,  Stanley  Crane,  John 
Darby,  Edna  Dick,  Adam  Doty,  William  Darlington,  John  Eccles,  Walter  Eichelberger,  John  Frye,  James  Freyder,  Joyce  Faw,  Lome  Fitts,  Duane  Faletti,  Harold 
Grupe,  William  Graham,  Alvaro  Gil,  Rodrigo  Gutierrez,  Walter  Glitzenstein,  John  Genn,  Reyes  Garcia,  Robert  Gercas,  Ruth  Hook,  Timothy  Hughes,  Ralph  Hale, 
William  Henebry,  Fred  Horwitz,  Charles  Hammil,  Grover  Herring,  Arturo  Henao,  William  Heitmann,  Eugene  Ignatov,  Alfred  Inselberg,  Naomi  Ishino,  Soulius 
Jameikis,  Seymour  Jay,  John  Jurik,  Harlow  Jahnke,  Clarence  Jones,  Charles  Kilboy,  Douglas  Kline,  Robert  Landolt,  Dan  Lindrooth,  Bruce  Lund,  Elizabeth  Laslo, 
Richard  Milash,  Charles  McDonough,  George  McDonough,  Eric  Maxon,  Alyce  Moy,  Wallace  Mitchell,  David  Meadows,  Jack  McHugh,  Dolly  Marsh,  Paul  Nickoley, 
Leroy  Owens,  Robert  Overby,  Paul  Poe,  Ben  Patterson,  Albert  Petrie,  Leonard  Rich,  David  Randolph,  Robert  Robertson,  William  Rumsey,  Theresa  Ruth,  Gloria 
Runge,  George  Rohel,  Wayne  Rothgeb,  William  Ristow,  Arthur  Stellmach,  Agris  Slesers,  James  Schmitt,  Lee  Sentman,  Freeman  Schrodt,  Margaret  Scronton, 
John  Schrum,  Cynthia  Soter,  Roy  Sudhoff,  Maurice  Sabath,  Al  Sedgwick,  Alvin  Shkoler,  Carol  Schmutzler,  David  Schriftman,  Norman  Schlang,  Edward  Skal- 
isius,  Donald  Schilke,  John  Schnibben,  Roger  Schlichting,  Kathleen  Schaub,  Gerald  Stuyvesant,  Michael  Simpson,  Donald  Satterthwaite,  Arthur  Sorbitz,  Donald 
Teaque,  Anthony  Vilona,  David  Vose,  John  Van  Dyke,  Donald  Wolfgram,  Robert  Waddick,  Denny  Weichman,  Charles  Willis,  Mary  Weston,  Jolene  Winsauer, 
Margaret    Work,    Laurence    Zuelke,    Donald    Zagars 


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RELIGIOUS  ORGANIZATIONS 


Important  in  the  life  of  students  on  campus  is 
their  church.  Representing  this  interest  are  the 
religious  organizations  which  are  student  gov- 
erned and  supported.  They  all  have  a  student 
council  which  is  made  up  of  students  and  church 
staff  members  and  which  governs  and  oversees 
the  activities  of  the  foundation. 

The  primary  object  of  these  organizations  is 
to  supply  the  spiritual  needs  which  cannot  be 
found  in  the  classroom.  Each  respective  founda- 
tion seeks  to  instill  the  importance  of  religious 
values  through  the  conducting  of  services,  by 
giving  credit  courses  in  religion,  and  by  main- 
taining libraries  which  contain  religious  litera- 
ture. 

Besides  their  religious  emphasis,  these  organi- 
zations radiate  a  very  important  secondary  serv- 
ice— namely  culture.  Choral  groups,  forums, 
discussion  groups,  and  lectures  all  help  to  con- 
tribute to  the  development  of  a  well-rounded 


personality. 

The  churches  also  work  to  provide  for  students 
another  very  important  item — namely  a  social 
life.  These  churches  provide  such  social  activities 
as  coffee  hours,  picnics,  dances,  mixers,  and  sup- 
per clubs.  At  these  supper  clubs  the  students 
can  obtain  good,  well-balanced  Sunday  evening 
meals  for  a  very  small  fee.  Besides  the  meal, 
they  are  furnished  with  constructive  discussion 
groups,  entertainment,  and  a  chance  to  meet 
and  talk  with  other  students. 

All  the  campus  foundations  are  open  to  any 
and  all  of  the  students  who  wish  to  use  them, 
and  all  of  them  have  libraries,  recreational  fa- 
cilities, and  a  nice  friendly  atmosphere  which  all 
students  are  free  to  use,  share,  and  enjoy. 

In  the  following  pages  of  the  lllio  appear  the 
religious  foundations  on  campus  which  represent 
many  religious  denominations. 


BAPTIST  STUDENT  FOUNDATION    provides 

opportunities  for  worship,  fellowship,  study,  and  service  among  Baptist  students 

Top   row:      Kentaro  Taguchi,  Toshio  Tsuzuki,   Hachiro  Koyoma,   Herbert   lassiter,   Satoshi    Tanikawa,    Richard    Baker,    Zeno    Kopecky,    George    Stevens     Don    Smith      Richard 

Angus,   Jerry   Hogan,    Robert   Ford,    Robert   Forbes,   YuWen    Han,    William    McDonal,   Akira  Uchiyama,   Yukio   Soda 
Fourth   row:      Neal   Chamberlain,   Gerry   Tuveson,    Robert   Fusinati,   Suey   Fong,    Richard   Pople,   Robert  White,    Herbert   White,    Lowell   Kelly,    Louis   Antonelli     Hester  Geith- 

man,    Armand    Peterson,    Edward    Bingley,    Donald  Mulkins,    John    Nighswander,    Freeman    Marti,    Tomoo    Ito,    Morikazu    Shikata,    Harry    Lim 
Third    row:      Doris    Crist,    Lisa    Galam,    Kaye    Greenwood,    Esther    Davis,    Beverly    Blue,    David    Weaver,     Leona    Webb,    Clarence    Beatty,    Charlotte    Hogan      Claude    Land 

Margaret    Boswell,    Esther    Kennedy,    Mrs.    Ruby    Minton 
Second   row:      Doris   Williams,   Carlene  Somers,   Marilyn   Petrini,   Sadie   Poinsett,   Barbara   Hazard,    Linda   Lee,   Mariann   Nolta,   Judy  Gates,   Dorothy  Roberts,   Eleanor  Berry 

Marilyn    Spitzer,    Helen    Carter,    Evelyn    Harner,    Bernedine   Gernon 
Bottom   row:      Yoshiko   Tsuzuki,   Glendora   Mougin,   Rev.   Pierre  Tangent,    Lawrence   Sallberg,    Leroy  Owens,   Janice   Cocking,   Takako   Amaha,    Mikio   Amaha,   Shoroku    Kato 


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Top   row:      Malcolm    Campbell,    Robert   Stoddard,    first    vice   president;      Robert    Waggener,     Leland    Smalley,    third    vice    president;      Teddie    Brown,    Vernon    Entrekin,     state 

student   secretary 
Second    row:      Barbara    Boyd,    Charlene   Grant,    Marjorie   Smalley,    Sandra    Layton,    Kendra    McKemie,    Janet  Cox,    Shirley    Sanders 
Bottom    row:      Mrs.    Ruth    Penrod,    William    Pen  rod,    president;     James    Burred,    second    vice    president;      Nancy    Judd 
Not   in    panel:      James    Baxter,    Harold   Borror,   John    Claxton,    Kenneth    Comer,    John    Co  wen,    Joan    Patton,    Donald    Satterthwoite,    Donald    Stokes,    Jimmy    R.    Thompson,    Rex 

Wright,    Glenda    Emrich 

BAPTIST    STUDENT     UNION      encourages  enlistment  in 

Southern  Baptist  churches  of  Champaign-Urbana 


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CAN!   ERBURY    CLUB    promotes    fellowship,    worship,    educa- 
tion, and  service  among  Episcopal  students 

Top   row:      Cameron   Allen,   Clyde   Young,    George   Sell,   Vincent    Lopez,    Will    Brown,    Frederick   Kent,    Kenneth  George,   James   Tappe,    Peter  Arvedson,    Louis  Gaiennie,   Arwin 

Lindquist 
Third   row:      Rev.   George  Hoffman,    Lee  Williamson,    David  Wine,    Howard    Cheeseman,   John    Berton,    Betsy    Byrns,    Tet    Pang 
Second    row:      Mrs.    George    Hoffman,    Janet   Nakamura,    Mrs.    Fredrick   Arvedson,   Judith     Swineheart,     Mary     Thomason,     Barbara     Bowers,     James     Herget,     Rev.      Fredrick 

Arvedson 
Bottom   row:      Geraldine   Day,    Mary    Beckmeyer,   Mrs.   John    Berton 


Top    row:      Sheila    Kopple,    recording    secretary;     Joan    Schultz,    treasurer; 

Rabbi   Benjamin   Rudavsky,  director;   Nissan   Rand,   program   assistant; 

Harold   Gluskoter,   vice  president 
Bottom    row:      Martin    Goldstein,    president;      Judith    Rand,    administrative 

assistant;     Harriet    Kraus,    corresponding    secretary 


The  B'nai  B'rith  Hillel  Foundation  en- 
deavors to  further  the  knowledge  and  ap- 
preciation of  the  Jewish  religion  and  cul- 
ture. It  offers  students  Jewish  life  and  fel- 
lowship through  the  observance  of  the  Sab- 
bath and  other  Holy  days,  establishes  an 
all-inclusive  community  framework  for  Jew- 
ish students  of  varying  interests  and  opin- 
ions, and  cooperates  in  the  interfaith  pro- 
grams of  the  University. 

Hillel  Foundation  is  open  to  all  students 
on  campus.  They  are  welcome  to  make  use 
of  the  library,  lounge,  recreational  facilities, 
study  rooms,  record  collection,  or  any  other 
of  the  many  services  of  the  foundation. 

Hillel  is  governed  by  a  Director,  his  staff, 
and  student  leaders  who  comprise  the  Hillel 
Student  Council. 


HILLEL  FOUNDATION 


Top   row:      Jordan   Cohn,   Allen    Hochfelder,    Richard    Bass,   Arthur   Golden,   Mitchell    Bender,   Arthur  Goldstein,   Howard   Leftwich,    Eliahu   Cohen,   Sheldon    Levy 

Third    row:      Myrna    Brodsky,    Judy    Levine,    Sheldon    Rosenberg,    Norma    Linkow,    Bonnie    Dolins,    Allen   Sered,    Malka    Mirvis,    Leah    Levin,    Benita    Homer 

Second   row:      Robbi    Benjamin    Rudavsky,   Thomas   Stern,   Joan   Schultz,   Harriet   Kraus,    Martin    Goldstein,   Sheila    Kopple,    Harold   Gluskoter,   Gerald    Libman,    Nissan    Rand 

Bottom    row:     Judith    Snyder,    Corinne    Travis,    Reta    Reznick,    Rhoda    Goldman,    Nancee   Farber,   Jacquie   Cohen,    Leah   Stern,   Judith   Rand 


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Top    row:      James    Latimer,    Charles    Price,    Jack    Cook,    Edward    Kearns,    Milton    Barker,    William    Warner,    Donald    Warner,    Wilma    Sherwin,    Richard    Dix,    Jeanne    Joracz, 

Arwolt  Kehle 
Fifth    row:      Richard    Reichelt,    James    Celorier,    Dr.    William    Godden,    James    Beatty,     Lloyd     Lange,     Sara     McMillan,     Ruth     Bauner,    Phillip    Wahlbeck,     Irma    Wessels, 

Charles  Morrill 
Fourth   row:      Clarence   Ammerman,    William    Morrison,    Richard   Matteson,    David    Rash,    Ronald    Erwin,    Barbara   McClain,    Mildred    Anderson,    Fred    Mayerle,    Rudolph    Schat- 

tke,   James    Larsen 
Third    row:      Thomas    Emmering,    Prof.    Aldon    Jensen,    Lowell    Anderson,    Daniel    Wystrand,    Ronald    Crowell,    Joyce    Conner,    Norma    Hildenbrond,    Jeanette    Hoover,    Norma 

Brooks,    Betty    Larsen 
Second    row:      Thomas    Gyori,    Paul    Johnson,    Joseph    Corbett,    Roger   Johnson,    Charles    Haley,   Gwendolyn    Contrell,    Donald    Reeves,    Muriel    Stark 
Bottom    row:      Vivian   Carlson,    Phyllis   Anderson,    Kenneth   Stone,    Marilyn   Johnson,   Joann    Neburka,    Kenneth    Nordlof,    vice   president,    David   Mayer,    president,   Jed   Met- 

calf,   Elizabeth   Oakes,   secretary;     Gerald  Miller,   treasurer;     John   Replogle 

ILLINI      CHRISTIAN      FELLOWSHIP      investigates 

claims  of  Jesus  Christ  and  considers  his  challenge  to  college  students 


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LUTHERAN  STUDENT  ASSOCIATION 

provides  worship,  fellowship,  and  counseling  for  Lutheran  Students  (NLC) 

Top  row:      John  Brown,   Normon  Malm,   Robert  Hunt,  Neale  Elsby,  William   Dankert,   Don    Burhmester,   Wayne   Ahlberg,    David   McGinty,    William    Miller,    Roy    Emrick,    Robert 

Facko,    Yngve   Hendrickson,    Conrad   Christianson,   Thomas   Munday 
Third    row:      Donald   Franke,   Richard    Bursell,    Roar    Irgens,   James   Smith,    Warren   Cuplin,   Robert  Munnecke,   Roger  Martini,   James  Anderson,   Kenneth   Hartweg,    Ivan   Lawfer, 

Lee  Moser,   James   Plymire,   Arthur  Schwartz 
Second    row:      Richard    Hutson,    vice    president;      Lois  Weber,    Penelope    Molina,    secretary;     Mary   Heinicke,   Alice   Rudwall,   Merle   Smedberg,    president;     Rev.   Roger  Gobbel, 

Mrs.   Roger  Gobbel,    Morion   Daus,    Roger  Schlichting,   Viola  Wolken,    Rose   Hammer,    Nancy  Mongerson,   Joan    Novak,    Richard    Levon,    treasurer 
Bottom    row:      Marilyn    Gamlin,    Carol    Peterson,    Ann    Laane,    Carlo    Smith,    Patricia    Schnulle,     Dorothy     Carter,     Margaret     Larson,     Virginia     Gerhardt,     Ruth     Newborgh, 

Roberta   Ruhling,   Mary   Lilja,   James   Kurtz 


Top    row:     Rev.     Harry    Johns,    Charles    Dow,    William    Wolbrinck,    John    Wills,    Dr.    Jones    Hine,    Robert    Blissard,    William    Tozor,   John    Kreer,    Jerry    Kuykendall 

Third    row:      Vivienne    Hoffman,    Doris    Lapp,    Dwight    Ringhausen,    Jane    Behringer,   Barbara     Cochran,     Carolyn     Brewer,     Phyllis    Murphy,     Carole     Patrick,     Sally     Kietzman, 

Marjorie    Hensley,    Phyllis   Stolz,   Ernestine    Lawler,    George   Sumrall 
Second    row:      Marilyn    Kerchenfaut,    Eleanor    Rollo,    secretary;     David    Stolz,   vice    president;      Doris     Knox,    president;       Dorothy     Rosecrans      treasurer-      Jennis     Barry      Ruth 

McNabb,    Clifford     Long 
Bottom    row:       Enid    Ewing,    Suzanne   Brunkow,    Nancy    Gratigny,    Audrey    Nelson,    Georgia    Doak,    Alice   VanDyke 

Mckinley  foundation  student 

v-^v^LJ  l>lv->IL     provides  Presbyterian  students  with  fellowship  with  God 


SEABURY     FOUNDATION     unites   students   attending    the 

congregational,  christian,  and  evangelical  and  reformed  churches 

Top    row:     John    Hill,    Harvey    Davis,    treasurer;    Donald    Stratton,    Robert   Schultz,    Louis     Klindero,     vice    president;       Ronald     Hamelberg,     Richard     Snyder,     Dieter     Rodrian, 

Verlan    Heberer,    Philip    Jones,    Richard    Cobb,    Vernon    Eidman,    Lee    Vanderhulst,    Dennis    Thompson 
Third    row:       Richard    Dannells,    Robert    Ayer,    Edwin    Thayer,    Richard    West,    president;      John    Schierholtz,     Andrew     Nordyke,     Warren     James,     Loretta     Nogel,     secretary,- 

Morvin    Gerdes,    Marjorie    Hoerdt,     Ima    Bassler,    Marvin    Girardeau 
Second    row:      Donald    Goo,    Shirley    Berfield,    John    Stratton,    Barbara    Mueller,    Orville    Schroer,     Mrs.     Russell     Tuttle,     Russell    Tuttle,     George    Mizuguchi,    Allan     Randall, 

Ray    Fukumoto,    Paula    Gerspocher 
Bottom    row:      David    Chun,    Niel    Krueger,    Theodore    Zindars,    Brian    Larson,    Mary    Haimbaugh.    Verna    Vogt.    Bernard    Paul,    Leo    Arms,    Robert    Murray,    Jo   Ann    Hostettler 
Not   in    panel:       Barbara    Borine,    Nelly    Lee,   Janet   Cobain,    Robert   Dintelmann,    Gail    Fischer,    Velio    Hansen,     Eleanore    Janssen,    David    Herberer,    Patricio    Naidert,     Robert 

McTrusty,   Jimmy    Roan,    Charles    Nauert 


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Newman  Foundation,  the  Catholic  stu- 
dent center,  works  to  deepen  the  spiritual 
and  enrich  the  temporal  life  of  its  members. 

Saint  John's  Catholic  Chapel  is  the  focal 
point  of  the  foundation.  Mass  is  offered 
daily  and  Sundays,  and  the  students  are 
given  opportunity  to  receive  the  Sacraments 
frequently.  Students  serve  as  members  of 
the  choir  and  ushers,  and  are  in  the  Altar 
Society. 

Newman  Club  is  the  student  group 
which,  directed  by  its  officers  and  committee 
chairmen,  plans  religious,  educational,  and 
social  programs  for  its  members.  Corporate 
communion  breakfasts,  lectures,  discus- 
sions, an  arts  festival,  dramatics,  intramural 
sports,  a  spring  formal,  and  varied  socials 
are  some  of  the  club's  activities.  There  is 
also  a  special  league  for  graduate  students 
and  faculty  members. 


Top  row:  Rev.  Edward  Duncan,  Jean  Vertovec,  Rosemary  Bauer,  William  Bildhauer, 
George  Kron,  historian;  Amelia  Sisul,  corresponding  secretary;  Richard  rowers, 
uresident;  Catharine  Dages,  treasurer;  Carol  Loftus,  Charles  Beck,  Ccnrad 
Skimina,   recording   secretary 

Bottom  row:  Fred  Laccabue,  Les  Bergschneider,  James  MacShane,  Jean  Ayson, 
Joann   Rezny,  Joanne  Helms,  Mildred  Jemilo 

Not  in  panel:      Emil   Diewald,  vice  president 


NEWMAN   FOUNDATION 


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STUDENT  CENTER 


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Top    row:       Rev.    Erich    Heintzen,    Roland    Schwonke,    Robert    Hagemeyer,    Ralph    Benck,    Erich    Heintzen,   Allan   Weihe,    Earl  Sonnemaker,   John    Brandt,    Wayne   Tegeder 

Third    row:      Alan    Holz,    Norman    Nelson,   Arthur    Eggers,    Ruth    Romoser,    Dale   Wachtel,   Judith   Tarr,    Teddy   Dickman 

Second    row:      Diane    Deeg,    Norma    Brooks,    Shirley    Searcy,    Frances    Schiesser,    Robert    Bachmann,    Ruth    Behrends,    Sharon    Leisch,    Rudolph   Schattke 

Bottom    row:      Judith   Hage,   Donna    Kreiter,    Ruth   Keller,    Pearl   Hanebutt,    Renate  Oppenlonder,    Eldon    Ahner,    John    Haug,    Edward    Schumann,    John    Schmidt 

Not    in    panel:      Walter    Heintzen 

w/\IVIlVI/\     I— )  til —  I  r\  promotes  Christian  knowledge  and  Christian  service 


UNIVERSITY  LUTHERAN  CHAPEL 

VlVll^Ot^JLJ  rvl    ^YrNKJDJ     provides  opportunities  for  worship  and  prac- 
tical training  in  church  work 

T°P    B-.'lH.^1"^    Schalie.<-. RuthJ?0™°jer'    D°™*hy J<rpf<   Gerald   Wisner-    Raymond    Miller,    Ernie    Adam,    Earl    Sonnemaker,    John    Brandt,    Ralph    Benck     Arthur    Eggers 
Fourth    row      %    f   ar°r    T, \K      et   D.ckman     Ench    He.ntzen,    Don   Gronert.    Allan    Weihe.    treasurer;      Wayne    Tegeder,    Rev.    Erich    Heintzen  "       ' 

Mvr„o:Mo   ^'C'aN  T0"'  i    u    H^'Li    RvU/,h„KumP/'   ChaHes   Manske'    Norman    Nelson'    John    Hau9'    R°'a"d    Schwonke,    Robert   Hagemeyer,    Barbara    Luehring, 

Myrna    Mackey,    Nancy    Torma,    John    Schmidt,    William    Gronert,    Jerome    Miller      Dale    Wachtel 

Mrr°5W:wiMinnmCyrLrhm(anA^MUrir   Mue"%',  H?w°rDd   Pe,fse".   R"'h   Behrends,   Janice    Whitaker,    Pamela    Shepherd,    Gretchen    Johnson,    Frances    Schiesser,    Judy    Tarr. 

Mrs.    William    Gronert,    Audrey   Gronert,    Stanley   Paul,   Jeanne   Paul,    Shirley   Searcy,    Edward   Schumann 
SeC°",d™:;     pAnlda    B°Xa;    ^bert    Bachmann      vice    president;      Rudy    Schattke,    Norma    Brooks,    Donno    Kreiter,    Renate    Oppenlonder,    Diane    Deeg,    Judith    Hage,    Sydney 

Gronert,    Ramona    Hesterman,    Pearl    Hanebutt,    Alan    Holz,    Eldon    Ahner  '        ' 

Bottom    row:       Ruth    Keller,    secretary;     Harold    Reichers 


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Top  row  Jerry  Kermicle  Paul  Thistlethwaite.  Wayne  Hall,  Peter  Woo.  David  Fishel.  Jerome  Hardesty.  William  Campbell.  Rev.  Ralph  Dunlop.  John  Crump,  David 
Secon^irolmS'M^rRolr,P^:inng,leRuThnRobin5on.  Judith  Zink,  Martha  Parker,  Carolyn  King,  Elsie  Patterson.  Barbara  Rohdy.  Will.  Mitchell,  Shirley  Jorgensen. 
Bo,.omirrowMC:roWMnGCa;pbeV|l.    R°ber.    Madison,    vice    president;    Beverley    Hill,    president;    Barbara    lowis.    secretary;   Gordon   Wakey,   treasurer;   Mary  Campbell.   Alice 

Beling 
Not  in  panel:     John  Juergensmeyer 

WESLEY  FOUNDATION  STUDENT 

COUNCIL     provides  leadership,  fellowship,  and   religious  growth  for  Methodist 

students 


Force 


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ARMED  FORCES 


Through  the  officer's  reserve  training  corps 
unit  here  at  the  University  of  Illinois,  one  may 
obtain  a  commission  in  either  the  Army,  Navy, 
or  Air  Force. 

Coordination  of  the  three  ROTC  units  is  achiev- 
ed through  the  Armed  Forces  Council.  This  Coun- 
cil is  composed  of  the  Army  Cadet  Commander 
and  his  Executive  Officer,  the  Navy  Midshipman 
Commander  and  his  Executive  Officer,  and  the 

Top  row:     Stanley  Routh,  Richard  Rayburn,  secretary 

Bottom    row:     Eugene    Friederich,    Curtis    Gabbard,    Byron    West,    treasurer;    Mai- 

Not  in  panel:     Bruno  DalCorobbo 


Mary   Alexander,    navy   sponsor 

Air  Force  Cadet  Commander  and  his  Executive 
Officer.  In  addition,  each  unit  provides  a  junior 
to  serve  on  the  Council  and  the  ROTC  unit  in 
charge  for  the  current  year  provides  a  com- 
missioned officer  to  act  as  advisor. 

Functions  of  all  three  ROTC  units  include  the 
Military  Ball,  the  Camid  Hop,  the  Veteran's  Day 
Ceremony,  and  the  Honors  Day  Formation. 

Ronald   Stewart,    advisor;    Herbert   Blodgett,   president;   Alexander   Booros,   James   Ciarlo 


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Col.    Frank    Leakey,    Commandant    Coordinator    of    Armed    Force 


ARMY 


Richard    Rayburn,    Cadet    Colonel 

The  Army  Reserve  Officers  Training  Corps  has 
been  in  existence  at  Illinois  since  the  University's 
establishment  and  has  constantly  increased  in 
strength  through  the  years. 

Colonel  Frank  Leakey,  senior  officer  and  aca- 
demic head  of  the  Army  department,  is  Com- 
mandant of  Cadets. 

The  cadet  governing  body  of  the  Corps  is  the 
Military  Council,  which  consists  of  ranking  senior 

Military    Council — Top    row:     William    McNier,    Frank    Battuello,    Richard    Haynes, 
Bottom    row:     Gordon    Williams,    Frank   Thorp,    Richard    Rayburn,    Stanley    Routh 
Not  in  panel:     Albert  Steffens,  Bruce  Bower 


cadets  from  each  of  the  service  branches  plus 
delegates  from  the  three  military  honoraries: 
Scabbard  and  Blade,  Phalanx,  and  Pershing 
Rifles.  This  group  acts  as  a  sounding  board  for 
student  affairs  and  as  a  liaison  between  the 
cadets  and  the  Commandant.  During  the  1954- 
55  school  year,  the  Council  was  presided  over  by 
Cadet  Colonel  Richard  Rayburn,  Brigade  Com- 
mander of  the  Army  ROTC. 

Leo   Jasien,    Gerald   Strehlow,    Gerald   McKay,   Gerald   Brown,    Louis   Fancher 


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Distinguished     Military     Students — Members: 
Thorp,     Robert    Schmeltzer,    James    Ell" 
Guyton,    Frank    Battue  Mo,    Ronald    Ayo... 
Watts,    James    Crain,    Richard    Rayburn, 


MILITARY  BALL 


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AIR 
FORCE 


Col.   Harvey  Davison,   professor  of  air  science 


The  primary  source  of  officers  to  lead  our  Air 
Force  is  the  Air  Force  Reserve  Officer  Training 
Corps  of  whrch  the  University  of  Illinois  has  one 
of  the  largest  wings. 

From  the  Wing  Commander  down  to  the 
freshman  basic,  the  Wing  is  operated  by  the 
student  officers  and  guided  and  supervised  by 
the  regular  Air  Force  personnel.  The  cadets  are 


given  as  much  responsibility  as  possible  so  as 
to  train  them  to  assume  positions  of  responsibil- 
ity when  they  are  called  to  active  duty. 

Besides  classroom  and  drill  floor  instruction, 
field  trips  to  Air  Force  bases  and  orientation 
flights  provide  opportunities  for  the  cadets  to 
become  more  familiar  with  the  primary  mission 
of  the  Air  Force — flying! 


Wing     Staff — Top     row:     Joseph     Warner,     personnel     officer;     James     Ciarlo,     executive   officer 

Bottom    row:     John    Juergensmeyer,    commander,    group   2;    Louis    Gauen,    adjutant;    Ronald    Peterson,    commander,    group    4;    Herbert    Blodgett,    wing    commander;    Herald 
Stockton,    public    information    officer;    Charles    Andrews,    commander,    group    1;    Gerald  Woodcock,  commander,  group  3 


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Top   row:     John    Delaurenti,    Joseph    Warner,    Charles   Shepherd,    Herbert    Blodgett,    Albert   Wendt,    Clayton    Fox,    Frederic   Kay,    Elmer   Holhubner,   Gene  Sebasky 

Third    row:     Edwin    Wolfer,    David    Clark,    Donald    Griffith,    Louis    Gauen,     Ivan     Lawfer,    Victor    Hey  man,    Alan    Goettig,    Marvin    Ehlers,    Charles    Andrews,    Charles    High- 

smith 
Second    row:     Roger    King,    Marvin    Graves,    Hale    Bart  left,    George    Piper,    William    L  ins  ley,    Wesley    King,    William    Miller,    Donald    Nieman 
Bottom    row:     John    Juergensmeyer,    Richard    Meeks,    Richard    Bray,    Walter   Van    Winkle,    Joseph    Blitt,    Richard    Ogowa,    David    Chun,    Edwin    Wells 


THE  SENIORS 


Top   row:     John   Wa 
Second    row:     Don 
Bottom    row:     Thorn 


/alter,   James   Ciarlo,    Earl    Heal,    Richard   McKern,    Ronald   Peterson,    James    Hinkle,    James   Ellmore,    Donald   Nagel,    Roy    Fenstermaker 
aid    Goo,    Louis    Christensen,    Joshia    Pais,    Larry   Smith,    Earl    McGee,    Joseph    Umbach,   Gerald    Woodcock,    Bennie   CofTman,   James   Tison 
mas    Harvey,    Herald    Stockton,    Dean    Anderson,    Bob    Buckles,    William    Starkey,    Jerry    Bradshaw,    Gerald    Pierard,    Gene    Philbrick 


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Col.    Blodgett    and    Lt.    Col.    Carlo    seeing    if    they    really    want    to  go  through  with  it 
Sophomore    Drill    Team 


Dallas    "Field   Trippers" 


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Kenneth    West,    battalion    commander 


THE  NAVY 


The  youth  of  America  today  have  a  challenge 
in  the  opportunity  to  serve  the  nation  as  officers 
in  the  fighting  fleet  of  the  United  States  Navy. 

The  Naval  Reserve  Officers  Training  Corps  at 
the  University  of  Illinois  is  composed  of  280  mid- 
shipmen who  are  required  to  study  twenty-four 
academic  hours  of  Naval  subjects  which  are  in- 


tegrated with  their  regular  college  curriculum. 
Upon  graduation,  a  midshipman  receives  a 
commission  in  the  Navy  at  the  rank  of  Ensign 
or  in  the  Marine  Corps  as  a  Second  Lieutenant, 
and  is  then  immediately  assigned  to  active  duty 
in  his  respective  service. 


Navy    Council — Top    row:     Robert    Bein,    John    Hodson,    Tom    Camburn,    Curtis    Gabbard,    William    Ahlenius,    Charles    McBride,    Lenos    Muret,    Phillip    Kenner,    Jerome    Tankel 
Bottom    row:      Eugene    Frederick,    Lt.    Miko,    advisor;    Kenneth    West,    chairman;    Henry    Dougherty 


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Future  officers 


Rifle  team:    John  Donahue,  Arthur  Bader,  Alfred   Krause,   Robert  Mooney,   Eugene  Friederick 


Battalion     staff:     William     Mebes,    operations    ofRcer;     Lenos    Muret.    supply   officer;    Eugene   Friederick,   executive  officer;   Kenneth   West,   battalion 
commander;    Samuel    Evans,    chief    petty    officer;    Harvey    Pittelko,    adjutant 


Top    row:     Burl    Baker,    Richard    Haynes,    Ronald    Chrlstianson,    Dean    Wlllmann,    Donald   Harwlg,  John  Hurley,  James  Clapper,  James  Rose,  John  Mecozzi,  Gerald  Strehlow 
Second    row:     Robert    Twohey,    president;    Bruce    Peterson,    Thomas    Taylor,    Marion    Barran,    Bernard    Winsberg,    Lee    Polowick,    Vincent    Berkman,    Peter    Minerva,    George 

Northcott,    Edward    Tanous,    Mai.    Ralph    Mclntire,    advisor 
Bottom    row:      Louis    Liddi,    Wayne    Weber,    Donald    Demski,    Lyle    Dahlenburg,    vice    president;   Walter  Shigihara,   Myron   Dachniwskyj,   Richard  Swanson,   secretary-treasurer; 

Allan  Jacobs,  Wesley  Walters 

ALPHA     RHO     TAU    honors  the  outstanding  advanced  ROTC  cadets 

in  anti-aircraft  artillery 


ARNOLD      AIR      SOCIETY  furthers  the  mission,  tradition,  and 

concept  of  the  United  States  air  force 

Top    row:     James    Bartell,    Donald    Denby,    William    Klink,    Jack    Pettis,    Russell    Welker,   Donald   Lanier,   Jacob  Grossman,   Ronald   Fuchs,   Samuel   Shockey,   Henry  Wiesen- 

eck,    Howard    Malstrom,    David    Albert,    George    Warner,    Alan    Cole,    Viesturs    Vilips,  John   Birky,  James  Hase 
Fourth    row:     Edward    Tucker,    George    Wells,    Richard    Jirus,    Norman    Thorpe,    Carleton    Weber,    John    Green,    John   Whitman,    Don    Debolt,    Richard    Ewan,    Richard    Lee, 

Harold   Walden,   Richard    Lower 
Third    row:     William     Henbest,    Alexander    Booras,    James    Ronk,    James    Whitt,     Leslie    Bryan,    Herbert   Blodgett,   James    Hinkle,   Roger  King,    Richard  Ogowa,  John   Kirages, 

William    Gossett 
Second    row:     David    Chun,    Hale    Bartlett,    adjutant   recorder;    Richard    Meeks,    Mai.    Walser  Harms,  Jerry  Bond,   Mai.  Clarence  Odum,  Thomas  Harvey,  squadron  commander; 

Joseph     Warner,     squadron    executive     officer;     Wesley     King,     Gerald     Woodcock,   financial  officer;   David  Clark 
Bottom    row:     Charles    Highsmith,    Bennie    Coffman,    James    Ellmore,    Albert    Wendt,    James    Carlo,    James    Miller,    Richard    Bray,    Roy    Fenstermaker,    Joseph    Umbach 


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Pershing  Rifles,  a  national  honorary  mili- 
tary society,  is  one  of  seventy-seven  com- 
panies all  over  the  nation.  Company  C  of 
the  Third  Regiment  of  the  organization  was 
installed  at  Illinois  in  1931  and  since  that 
time  has  maintained  a  reputation  of  hav- 
ing one  of  the  largest  and  most  active  units 
in  the  country. 

Members  are  selected  from  the  basic 
ROTC  cadets  of  all  three  branches  of  serv- 
ice and  the  qualifications  sought  are  mili- 
tary scholarship,  leadership,  ability,  and 
interest  so  that  the  national  ideal  of  pro- 
moting leadership  and  efficiency  in  military 
tactics  is  carried  out. 

Pershing  Rifles  has  an  organized  rifle 
team  but  most  outstanding  is  its  three  drill 
teams  which  include  the  regular,  crack,  and 
German  Castle  Guards. 


Top     row:      Richard     McCready,     finance     officer;     Richard     Fair,     commander;     Robert 

Schmeltzer,   executive   officer 
Bottom   row:      Frances  Corcoran,  sponsor 


PERSHING   RIFLES 


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Top    row:     Donald    Ball,    Daniel    Wax,    Joseph    Abel,    Robert    Smith,    Dennis    Patera,    Melvin    Neumann,    James    Solomon,     Richard     Bruce,     Lawrence    Coert,    Mark    Greviston, 

David    Tillema,     Eldon    Cullison,     Richard    Smith,     Ronald    Delismon,    James    Jacobs,     Robert     Resek,     Harry     Lamb,     Glen    Wilmes,     Delmas     Hasse,     Paul     Perks,     Dean 

McCreight,   Ronald   Kaiser 
Third    row:     Marvin    Angus,    Stuart    Jaffe,    Richard    Mann,    Alfred    Combs,    Raymond    Ratay,    Ronald    Yeast,    Edwin    Wollerman,    James    Thomas,    Philip    Joy,    Thomas    Griffith, 

Billy    Rich,    Marvin     Rawski,    Charles    Detwiler,     Edward    Bedard,    James    Rohl,    John     Griffith,     Anthony     Thompson,     James     Murdoch,     Robert     Stanek,     Robert     Heck, 

Richard    Florey,    Ronald    Galowich,    Jerald    Galowich,    Jack    Winchell,    Robert    Trilling 
Second    row:     Allan     Bluestone,    John    Schram,    John    Vilven,    Thomas     Leitzen,    Arthur    LeBlanc,    Jerry   Warren,    Robert   Wood,    Jon    Steffens,    Alvin    Hicks,    Nelson    Wood, 

William    Seright,     Eugene    Baethke,    Joseph    Diorio,    Joseph     Kalley,    James    FizZ3ll,   Robert  Caswell,   David  Salbego 
Bottom    row:     William    Trunck,    John    Gill,    Emil    Kubalek,    Roger    Derby,    Edwin    Wolfer,     Franklin     Lakins,    Robert    Schmeltzer,    Frances    Corcoran,    Richard    Fair,    Richard 

McCready,    Gustave   Weber,   Albert   Steffens,    Earl   Heal,    Everett   Faitz,   Charles   Keller 


Top   row:      Fred  McDowell,  finance;     Richard   McCready,   adjutant 
Bottom     row:      Henry     Dougherty,     lieutenant     commander;       Mai.     Ralph 
Mclntire,    advisor;      Gerald    Strehlow,    commander 


Phalanx  is  a  national  military  honorary 
and  professional  fraternity  which  was  es- 
tablished at  the  University  of  Illinois  in 
1925.  Its  members  are  chosen  from  the  ad- 
vanced corps  cadets  in  the  Army,  Navy,  and 
Air  Force  ROTC  program.  Membership  is 
based  upon  the  recommendation  of  the  Unit 
Directors  of  these  various  branches  and  the 
active  members  of  Phalanx. 

As  stated  in  its  constitution,  "The  purpose 
of  this  fraternity  shall  be  to  promote  the 
interest  of  military  training,  to  foster  the 
spirit  of  fellowship  among  military  men,  to 
aid  in  the  preparedness  of  this  country,  and 
to  implant  in  its  members  the  discipline  so 
necessary,  not  only  in  a  military  enterprise, 
but  in  every  walk  of  life." 


PHALANX 


Top   row      William   Stewart,   Vincent   Berkman,    Irving   Stansell,    Robert  Alford,   Armand  Andre,  Gilbert  Marx,  William   Baird,   Ronald  Ayotte 
Second    row:      Richard   McCready,   Gerald   Strehlow,   Mai.   Ralph   Mclntire,   Henry   Dougherty,   Fred  McDowell,   Walter  Tarleton 
Bottom    row:      Fredrick    Bercher,    Gordon    Ropp,    Glenn    Abel,    Raymond    Chiostri,    Fred  Tourtellotte,  Joseph  Corbett 


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The  purpose  of  Scabbard  and  Blade, 
national  military  honorary  fraternity,  is  to 
unite  in  closer  relationship  the  military  de- 
partments of  American  universities,  to  have 
a  more  active  part  and  a  greater  influence 
in  the  military  affairs  of  the  community,  to 
encourage  good  qualities  in  officers,  and  to 
promote  friendship  among  the  cadet  of- 
ficers. 

Organized  on  the  Illinois  campus  in 
1909,  it  now  has  a  national  membership  of 
over  62,000. 

Members  are  chosen  yearly  on  the  basis 
of  merit,  leadership,  and  all  around  ability 
from  the  advanced  corps  of  the  Army, 
Naval,  and  Air  Force  ROTC. 

Scabbard  and  Blade  is  active  each  year 
in  the  Military  Ball,  the  Camid  Hop,  and  in 
awarding  outstanding  military  students  . 


Top   row:      Allen   Green,    first   sergeant 

Bottom      row:      Ronald      Peterson,      second      lieutenant;       Gerald      McKay, 
captain;     Robert  Oie,    first    lieutenant 


SCABBARD  AND  BLADE 


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Top    row:      John    Michel     Robert    Ha\\      Robert   Kabel,    Patrick   Sollo,    James    Ellingson,    Bruce   Dempsey,    Larry   Mitchel,   John    Randolph 

Third   row:      Charles  Childers,   John   Gerbel,   Walter   Foster,   Robert   Plozay,   Stonley   Peskind,    Robert   Bates 

Second   row:      James   Croin,    Thomas   Taylor,    Ronald   Peterson,   Gerald   McKay,    Robert   Oie,    Allen   Green,    Samuel   Sax 

Bottom   row:      Rolf   Cederwall,    Richard   Rayburn,    Roger   Carlson,    Walter   Van   Winkle,   Donald   Hones     Jon   Ellis 

Nor  in  ponel:      Larry  Allen,  Jeff  Austin,  Donald  Buhrmester,  Donald  Elliot,  George  Gfroerer,   Stanley   Routh.   Albert   Steffens,   Herman   Velosco     Wayne   Weber 


Top    row:     W.    Walter    Lippmann,    Leo    Jasien,    Frank    Melka,    Stanley    Bush,    Theodore    Trybul,    John    Caughey,    Russell    Kruchten 

Second    row:     Capt.     Leonard    Edelstein,    advisor;    Dan    Dees,    treasurer;     Lloyd    Bryant,    Hans    Fischer,    secretary;    Herbert   Schneider,    vice   president;    Joseph    Guyton,    presi- 
dent; William  Gray 
Bottom     row:     Joseph     Devall,     Thomas     Riordan,     Kenneth     Comer,     Wayne     Barker,    James    Calhoon,     Frank    Sugino 
Not    in    panel:      Frederic    Saviski,    James    McCollum,    Richard    Smith,    James    Need  ham 

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Too    row:     Don    Guliuzza,    Lome    Fitts,    Stanley    Sterrenberg,    Wesley    Lackey,    Avron    Magram,   Roy  Stine,  Charles  Albright 

Second   row:     Richard   Pingry,   Thomas   Bright,   David   Behrend,   Richard  Stream,  Jack  S.hutt,   Eugene  Tomlin 

Bottom    row:     Larry    Mitchell,    Bruce    Dempsey,    Charles    Finn,    finance    officer;    Gerald     McKay,     commander:     Frank     Fiorenza,     vice     commander,-     Gilbert     Marx,     Robert 

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Not  in   panel:     Frank  Sternard 


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Top  row:      Robert  King,  ends;     Melvin   Brewer,  freshman  coach;   Charles 

Puris,   backs;     Louis  Agase,   line 
Bottom    row:      Ralph    Fletcher,    backs;      Ray    Eliot,    head    coach;      Burt 

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PENN  STATE 


Em    Lindbeck 


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Steve    Nosek 


A  record  Illinois  opening  day  crowd  of  54,094  watched 
in  surprise  as  Penn  State  nipped  the  lllini  14  to  12  at 
Memorial  Stadium. 

The  lllini  scored  first  after  4:10  of  the  opening  period. 
Abe  Woodson  made  the  touchdown,  and  J.  C.  Caroline 
attempted  the  extra  point,  but  missed.  Penn  State  replied 
with  a  touchdown  and  extra  point  eight  minutes  later. 
The  visitors  again  pushed  over  in  the  second  quarter.  At 
the  half  the  score  stood  Penn  State  14,  Illinois  6. 

The  final  score  came  just  ten  plays  after  the  second  half 
began,  as  Woodson  roared  over  from  the  17  yard  line. 
Bob  Wiman's  try  for  the  extra  point  struck  the  crossbar 
and  bounced  back  onto  the  field. 

The  heralded  Illinois  running  combination  of  Caroline, 
Woodson,  and  Mickey  Bates  failed  to  perform  as  ex- 
pected. The  Penn  State  defense  played  superbly,  thereby 
smothering  many  lllini  scoring  efforts. 


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OHIO  STATE 

Ohio  State  took  vengeance  on  Illinois  and 
butchered  the  lllini  40  to  7  before  70,000  "I"  Men 
Day  spectators.  It  was  nearly  a  duplicate  of  last 
year's  41  to  20  surprise  Illinois  win  over  Ohio. 

Bob  Watkins  paced  both  teams  with  1 12  yards 
and  two  touchdowns. 

J.  C.  Caroline,  Illinois'  lone  bright  spot,  ran  a 
total  of  81  yards  which  represented  all  of  Illinois' 
total  rushing  except  for  two  yards. 

In  the  first  quarter,  Watkins  sped  41  yards  for 
the  first  touchdown.  Tad  Weed  kicked  the  extra 
point.   Six  plays  later  it  was  14  to  0. 

In  the  second  quarter,  Watkins  scored  again. 
Weed  kicked  the  extra  point  making  the  score  21 
toO. 


Bucky   Tate 


J.    C.    Caroline 


Any  hope  for  the  lllini  van- 
ished when  Ohio  went  99  yards 
for  its  fourth  touchdown.  Weed 
converted. 

Just  21  seconds  later,  Ohio 
again  scored  but  missed  the 
placement  kick  making  the 
score  34  to  0. 

Illinois  scored  its  only  touch- 
down in  the  fourth  quarter. 
Caroline  intercepted  a  pass  and 
scored.  Jan  Smid  kicked  the 
seventh  point. 

Ohio  evened  that  touchdown 
with  its  last  score  of  the  game. 

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1954   BIG  TEN  STANDINGS 

Won  Lost     Tied 

Ohio  State    7  0  0 

Michigan 5  2  0 

Wisconsin    4  2  0 

Minnesota 4  2  0 

Iowa    4  3  0 

Purdue     3  3  0 

Indiana    2  4  0 

Michigan  State    ...       1  5  0 

Northwestern     ....       1  5  0 

ILLINOIS    0  6  0 


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MINNESOTA 


Bob  Gongola 


Minnesota  twice  capitalized  on  Illinois'  errors, 
converting  fumbles  into  touchdowns,  as  they  edged 
the  lllini  19  to  6. 

The  lllini  marched  73  yards  in  the  third  quarter 
for  their  only  touchdown  with  J.  C.  Caroline  scoring 
from  the  third.  Jan  Smid's  extra  point  try  was 
blocked.  Minnesota  scored  once  in  each  of  the 
first  three  periods. 

Statistics  showed  that  Illinois  was  much  im- 
proved over  the  first  three  games  of  the  season, 
but  the  Minnesota  backfield  ran  well,  and  by  tak- 
ing advantage  of  the  Illinois  errors,  managed  to 
plunge  over  three  times. 

Illinois'  offense,  in  a  season-long  paralysis, 
came  to  life  just  once  during  the  third  quarter 
scoring  drive. 

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Roger    Wolf 


PURDUE 

The  Fighting  lllini  lost  a  28  to  14  battle  to  Purdue  at  Ross- 
Ade  Stadium  before  46,000  Purdue  Homecoming  fans. 

Despite  the  loss  of  Ail-American  halfback  J.  C.  Caroline, 
out  because  of  a  shoulder  injury,  the  lllini  played  their  finest 
game  of  the  season.  With  Abe  Woodson  turning  in  the  best 
game  of  his  career,  the  lllini  running  attack  gave  the  Boiler- 
maker defense  more  trouble  than  had  been  anticipated. 

Bill  Murakowski  scored  the  initial  Purdue  touchdown  in 
the  first  quarter.  Len  Dawson  kicked  the  extra  point.  The 
lllini  marched  71  yards  to  the  Purdue  14  yard  line;  Woodson 
then  ran  over  the  center  of  the  line  for  the  score.  Dawson 
passed  to  end  Lamar  Lundy  for  a  score  in  the  second  quar- 
ter. The  score  stood  14  to  7  at  half-time. 

In  the  third  quarter  Purdue  tallied  again,  making  the 
score  21  to  7.  Em  Lindbeck  then  hit  Mickey  Bates  and  Dean 
Renn  on  two  passes,  moving  the  ball  to  the  Purdue  23  yard 
line.  Ken  Swienton  swept  around  left  end  for  the  score. 
Murakowski  bullied  his  way  downfield  for  the  final  score. 


MICHIGAN 


Michigan  used  the  "transcontinental,"  the  cross  field 
pass  play,  with  20  seconds  to  play  in  the  second  quarter 
to  score  the  deciding  touchdown  in  the  14  to  7  battle. 

Illinois  gave  this  game  everything  for  its  first  Big  Ten 
victory,  but  fumbles  and  other  errors  hurt  the  cause. 

A  penalty  nullified  a  61  yard  run  for  a  touchdown  by 
Abe  Woodson  in  the  second  quarter. 

Illinois  scored  first  when  Woodson  climaxed  a  72  yard 
drive  by  shooting  the  final  six  yards.  Bob  Wiman  kicked 
the  extra  point. 

Michigan  immediately  tied  the  score.  Lou  Baldacci  ran 
over  from  the  six  yard  line.  The  extra  point  was  made. 

Then  came  Michigan's  89  yard  move  and  its  climatic 
"transcontinental"  pass  to  forge  ahead  to  stay.  There  was 
no  scoring  in  the  second  half. 

Michigan  outgained  the  lllini  285  yards  to  275  yards. 
Illinois  led  in  rushing,  190  yards  to  173  yards;  however, 
they  were  deficient  in  the  air,  85  yards  to  1 1  2  yards. 

Harry  Jefferson  carried  the  ball  21  times  for  93  yards. 


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Wisconsin  had  to  come  from  behind  twice  as 
it  defeated  Illinois  27  to  14  before  a  capacity 
Homecoming  crowd. 

The  lllini  maintained  a  14  to  7  lead  at  half- 
time,  but  Wisconsin  pushed  over  three  times  in 
the  final  quarter  to  win  the  game.  Two  good 
plays  by  Illinois  contributed  heavily  to  its  defeat. 
Number  one,  Charley  Butler  rushed  in  and 
blocked  a  punt  in  the  third  period,  but  the  ball 
bounced  into  the  possession  of  a  Wisconsin  half- 
back. This  led  to  a  Wisconsin  score.  Number 
two,  Em  Lindbeck  intercepted  a  pass  but  an 
interference  penalty  gave  the  ball  back  to  Wis- 
consin on  the  Illinois  14.  From  there  Wisconsin 
scored  in  three  plays. 

Captain  Jan  Smid  was  credited  with  14  solo 
attacks  and  seven  assists  as  he  stopped  a  Wis- 
consin player  every  three  minutes.  The  unlucky 
breaks  suffered  by  Illinois  virtually  handed  the 
game  to  the  Badgers. 


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NORTHWESTERN 

Illinois  ended  its  football  season  by  losing 
to  Northwestern  20  to  7  in  Memorial  Sta- 
dium. 

J.  C.  Caroline  pounced  on  a  Northwestern 
fumble  on  the  Northwestern  30  yard  line  in 
the  first  period.  Benefited  by  a  pass  inter- 
ference called  on  Northwestern,  Harry  Jeffer- 
son scored  from  the  one  foot  line.  Bob  Wiman 
added  the  extra  point. 

Hardly  three  minutes  had  elapsed  in  the 
second  period  before  Northwestern  recovered 
an  Illinois  fumble  on  the  lllini  four  yard  line. 
It  took  them  just  three  plays  to  score.  North- 
western tallied  again  in  the  second  and  third 
quarters. 


Floyd   McAfee 


Harry  Jefferson 


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Gary   Francis 


Jack  Chamblin 


Jan   Smid 


SYRACUSE 


Charles    Butler 


The  lllini  took  matters  into  their  own  hands 
and  beat  Syracuse  34  to  6. 

In  the  second  quarter,  Em  Lindbeck  pitched  to 
Abe  Woodson  for  the  first  touchdown.  Bob  Wi- 
man  converted.  J.  C.  Caroline  then  whipped 
around  right  end  on  a  double  reverse  for  the 
second  touchdown.  Wiman  again  made  the  ex- 
tra point. 

In  the  third  quarter,  Woodson  crashed  over 
the  line  for  the  third  touchdown.  Wiman's  kick 
was  blocked.  Jefferson  ran  89  yards  for  the 
fourth  touchdown.  Wiman  again  converted. 

Illinois'  last  score  of  the  game  was  made  by 
Bob  Graeff.    Caroline  converted. 


STANFORD 

Illinois  lost  its  first  game  to  a  Pacific  coast 
team  under  Ray  Eliot  by  losing  to  Stanford  12 
to  2. 

Illinois  got  its  only  points  on  a  safety.  Bob 
Wiman  grounded  Ernie  Dorm  in  the  safety  zone. 

In  the  second  quarter  Stanford  scored  twice. 
The  team  marched  80  yards  in  1 1  plays  for  the 
first  touchdown.  The  kick  was  blocked.  The  sec- 
ond touchdown  was  scored  on  a  pass.  The  extra 
point  was  missed. 


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Mickey   Bates 


Ken   Miller 


HHH 


Top    row:      Chuck    Finn,    senior    manager;      Lou    Agase,    coach;      Ralph    Fletcher,    coach;       Burt     Ingwersen,     coach;       Chuck     Purvis,     coach;       Ray     Eliot,     head     coach;       Bob 

King,    coach 
Sixth    row:      Vito    Ivino,    Robert    DeLaney,    Mike   Guinan,    John    Everett,    Robert    Baietto,    David    Schmidt,    Melvin    Nuss,    Robert    Norris,    Francis    Burnier,    Dovid    Walker,    Percy 

Oliver 
Fifth   row:      Michael    Dick,    Edward   Muldrow,    Harold    Black,   Gordon    Kerr,   Charles    Butler,    Hiles    Stout,    John    Heniff,    James    Bronson,    Tom    Miller,    Rolla    McMullen,    Robert 

Graeff 
Fourth    row:       Ralph   Nelaon,   Jack  Jordan,    Clem    Ryan,    Richard   Steorney,   Robert   Alexander,     Paul     Furimsky,     Harry     Jefferson,     Kenneth     Clark,     Sam     Kovacevich,     Floyd 

McAfee 
Third    row:      Robert    ODonnell,    Larry    Pasko,    Richard    Rosenberg,    Robert    DesEngants,     Gus    Mackris,     Philip    Brumbaugh,     Richard    Sotzing,     Gary     Francis,    John     Gremer, 

Fred     Wilmoth,     Jerome     Toman 
Second    row:      Richard    Ohls,    Em     Lindbeck,    Dean    Renn,    Rudy    Siegert,    James    Minor,    Herb    Badal,    George    Walsh,    Abe  Woodson,    Ron    Yochem,    Baird    Stewart 
Bottom    row:      J.    C.    Caroline,    Mickey    Bates,    Clarence    DeMoss,    Ken    Swienton,    Steve    Nosek,    Bob    Gongola,    Jan    Smid,    captain;      Roger    Wolf,    Walter    Vernasco,    Jack 

Chamblin,    Bob   Wiman 


Despite  excellent  individual  performances  of 
several  Illinois  players  during  the  1954  season,  the 
over-all  team  accomplishment  fell  short  of  the 
composite  record  of  the  opponents  in  most  depart- 
ments. 

In  passing  and  punting,  the  lllini  showed  definite 
superiority  over  the  nine  teams  they  faced. 

The  one-two  passing  punch  of  Em  Lindbeck,  the 
Big  Ten's  most  accurate  thrower,  and  Hiles  Stout, 
who  proved  himself  with  13  completions  for  259 
yards  against  Northwestern,  proved  a  distinct  ad- 
vantage for  the  Illinois  aerial  game. 

The  lllini  gained  1016  yards  by  passing  com- 
pared with  the  opponents  663  yards. 

Illinois  punters  averaged  37.4  yards  in  41  kicks 
compared  with  35.3  yard  average  for  the  opposing 
teams  in  35  tries. 

Although  he  missed  several  games  because  of 
injuries,  Abe  Woodson  led  the  team  in  scoring  with 
42  points.  J.  C.  Caroline  was  the  leading  punter, 
averaging  40.4  yards  in  17  kicks. 

Twenty-nine  players  of  the  1954  football  team 
received  letters.  Caroline  was  elected  1955  captain 
by  his  team-mates.  Jack  Chamblin  was  selected 
the  most  valuable  player. 


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Paul    Judson 


For  as  long  as  most  of  the  students  here  at  the 
University  of  Illinois  can  remember,  they  have 
always  been  able  to  be  extremely  proud  of  the 
basketball  team.  It  must,  of  course,  be  admitted 
that  the  Fighting  lllini  do  not  consistently  bring 
home  Big  Ten  Championships;  but  they  are  al- 
ways with  the  contenders  in  the  one,  two,  or 
three  positions.   Coach  Harry  Combes  is  the  per- 


son responsible  for  this  remarkable  and  envious 
record.  This  years  proves  to  be  no  exception. 

Starting  off  the  year  with  five  quick  wins,  the 
Fighting  lllini  showed  the  fans  that  they  were  in 
for  a  tremendous  season.  This  was  especially  true 
since  one  of  the  opening  games  included  a  romp 
over  Missouri  which  was  rated  very  high  in  the 
AP  polls. 


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The  season,  when  it  had  just  started,  produced 
some  sparkling  highlights.  Prime  among  these 
was  setting  a  Big  Ten  scoring  record  in  the  beat- 
ing of  Northwestern;  and  not  to  be  overlooked 
was  the  crushing  blow  dealt  to  Indiana  where 
the  lllini  came  close  to  making  one  hundred 
points  again. 

The  Big  Ten  race  was  close  when  Illinois  went 
up  to  Minnesota  to  play  off  the  tie  in  the  number 
one  slot.   Minnesota  who  seems  to  excel  in  over- 


times (they  had  just  previously  beaten  Purdue  in 
six  overtimes)  managed  to  win  a  lead  in  the 
second  overtime  against  us  and  hold  it.  The 
thing  which  hurt  lllini  fans  the  most  was  that  the 
final  gun  went  off  a  fraction  of  a  second  before 
the  ball  left  Bill  Altenberger's  hands  with  what 
would  have  been  the  winning  basket.  The  way 
it  stands  now;  Illinois  would  have  to  win  the  re- 
mainder of  its  games,  and  Minnesota  would 
have  to  drop  one. 


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Richard    Rapp 


It  seems  proper  at  this  time  to  make  mention 
of  the  great  athletes  and  sportsmen  which  Illinois 
has  for  its  representatives  on  the  basketball  floor. 
George  Bon  Salle  and  Hiles  Stout  both  turned 
in  excellent  play  in  the  center  position.  Doing 
outstanding  pivot  position  playing  and  com- 
manding the  rebounds  was  standard  procedure 
for  these  two.  Bill  Altenberger,  Bill  Ridley  and 
Paul  Judson  seemed  to  match  their  brilliant  de- 
fensive play  with  remarkable  dexterity  in  shoot- 
ing set  shots  and  working  the  fast  break.  As  for 
Bruce  Brothers,  it  seems  enough  said  that  he  has 


all  those  qualities  which  produce  a  great  basket- 
ball player  and  was  one  of  the  mainstays  of  the 
team. 

Adding  the  final  touches  that  make  the  team 
great,  Phil  Judson,  Harvard  Schmidt,  Morris 
Sterneck,  Elmer  Plew,  Jim  Burks,  Richard  Rapp, 
and  Bill  Bosnak  fitted  into  the  team  so  well  that 
an  onlooker  could  hardly  notice  when  one  of  the 
starting  members  was  absent.  Since  the  majority 
of  the  team  will  be  coming  back,  the  students 
here  can  look  forward  to  next  season  which 
could  be  sensational. 


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TRACK 


Seeking  their  fifteenth  (fourth  in  a  row)  Big 
Ten  championship  the  lllini  trackmen  went  into 
the  1954  season  in  top  form  with  such  conten- 
ders as  Willie  Williams,  Cirilo  McSween,  Captain 
Joe  Corley,  Jim  Wright,  and  Ralph  Fessenden. 

For  the  first  time  in  history,  three  new  dis- 
tances— 300,  600,  and  1000  yards — were  in- 
augurated. 

Thirteen  lllini  qualified  for  the  Big  Ten  Indoor 
Track  championship.  It  was  no  surprise  that 
Illinois  won  the  meet  for  the  fourth  straight  time. 
They  won  six  first  places  and  piled  up  a  total  of 
55  points. 

The  four-man-mile  relay  team  of  McSween, 


Corley,  Gene  Maynard,  and  Fessenden,  set  a 
Drake  record  at  the  Drake  Relays.  They  ran  the 
mile  in  3:12.6,  which  cracked  the  record  set  by 
Kansas  in  1952  by  half  a  second. 

Illinois  topped  the  Big  Ten  Outdoor  Track  meet 
with  57  points,  winning  eight  out  of  fourteen 
events. 

The  "Rose  Bowl"  of  track,  the  annual  contest 
between  the  Big  Ten  and  PCC  was  held  at  North- 
western. Led  by  IIHni  Williams,  Corley,  Fessen- 
den, Maynard,  and  Willie  Thomson,  the  Big  Ten 
upset  the  coast  trackmen  74-58. 

In  the  N.C.A.A.,  Illinois  placed  second  follow- 
ing the  strong  Southern  California  team. 


Top    row:      Al    Andrews,    trainer;      Les    Bryan,    junior    manager;      Cirilo    McSween,    Jim  Wright,    Ralph    Peterson,    James    Nagle,    Jack    Healy,    senior    manager;      Leo   Johnson, 

coach 
Bottom    row:      Willie  Williams,    Ralph    Fessenden,    Gene   Maynard,    Ron    Mitchell,    Richard    Wham,    Willard    Thomson,    Joe   Corley,    Dale    Foster 


Willie  Williams 


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1954  BIG  TEN  INDOOR  TRACK  STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS     55 

Michigan    42  Vi 

Purdue 21  'A 

Michigan  State 19 'A 

Iowa     16% 

Ohio  State 12 

Northwestern 11 

Wisconsin     8% 

Minnesota    2'/t 


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Ron    Mitchell  Ralph   Peterson 

1954  BIG  TEN  OUTDOOR  TRACK  STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS     57 

Michigan     ^O1/^ 

Michigan  State 37% 4 

Indiana     27% 

Iowa     129/14 

Purdue    12 

Northwestern    11 

Minnesota     10/4 

Ohio  State 5% 

Wisconsin     2% 

James    Nagle 
Walt  Jewsbury  John    Sabalaskey 


BASEBALL 


With  eight  lettermen  and  one  rookie  in  the 
starting  line-up,  Illinois  began  the  1954  base- 
ball season  with  a  good  chance  of  becoming 
the  1954  champions. 

The  team  had  been  hampered  by  bad 
weather,  getting  outdoors  only  five  days  before 
the  opener  with  Valparaiso.  They  beat  Valpo 
2  to  1;  also,  G!enview  11   to  5. 

However,  all  thoughts  for  the  Dig  Ten  cham- 
pionship were  dimmed  when  the  team  played 
poorly,  losing  four  and  winning  three,  on  its 
southern  trip.  Pitching  appeared  to  be  the  main 
problem.  This  proved  Coach  Eilbracht's  predic- 


tion that  pitching  would  be  the  key  to  the  suc- 
cess of  the  lllini. 

Illinois  beat  Iowa  in  its  first  loop  game  6  to  5 
with  great  relief  pitching  by  John  Sabalaskey. 
Due  to  his  splendid  relief  performance,  Sabalas- 
key was  given  a  starting  berth. 

Unsteady  pitching  and  fielding  were  the  fac- 
tors that  caused  the  team  to  drop  two  games  to 
Minnesota,  4  to  0  and  2  to  1 .  Shuffling  the 
line-up  for  the  Illinois— Wesleyan  game  brought 
results  for  Illinois.  Behind  the  pitching  of  Elmer 
Koestner,  the  team  won  3  to  1 . 


Jim    Bickhaus 


Ron   Ultes 


John    Sabalaskey 


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1954  BIG  TEN  BASEBALL  STANDINGS 

W         L  Pet. 

Michigan  State     11  2  .846 

Wisconsin     10  3  .769 

Ohio  State 10  5  .667 

Michigan 10  5  .667 

Northwestern 7  6  .538 

Minnesota    6  9  .400 

Iowa    5  10  .333 

Indiana    4  9  .308 

Purdue     4  11  .267 

ILLINOIS    4  11  .267 


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Tom   Scott 


Mike  Moksud 


In  the  next  three  conference  games,  the  lllini 
again  turned  loser  by  losing  to  MSC  7  to  3  and 
Michigan  6  to  1  and  3  to  2. 

Apparently  undaunted  by  non-conference 
teams,  Illinois  went  on  to  win  from  Southern  7 
to  4  and  Arkansas  8  to  7. 

Indiana  ended  its  losing  streak  at  28  by 
trouncing  Illinois  7  to  5. 

The  team  split  a  double  header  with  Ohio 
State,  winning  the  first  4  to  3  and  losing  the 
second  7  to  1 .  By  losing  to  Northwestern  4  to  0 
and   Wisconsin   6   to   5   and   3   to   0,   the    lllini 


brought  their  losing  streak  up  to  four  straight. 

After  defeating  Normal  4  to  3,  Illinois  battled 
with  Purdue  to  escape  the  cellar  in  a  three  game 
set.  However,  both  teams  ended  in  a  tie  for  last 
place. 

The  last  two  games  of  the  season  were  vic- 
tories for  the  team,  beating  Peoria  8  to  2  and  the 
Chanute  Air  Force  Nine   11    to  5. 

For  the  entire  baseball  season  the  team  won 
16  and  lost  15.  They  had  a  1 2  to  4  record 
against  non-conference  teams  while  a  4  to  1 1 
record  against  conference  teams. 


Top   row:     Joe    Fitzgerald,    Em    Lindbeck,    Robert   Wiman,    Elmer   Koestner,    Jim    Flynn,   Tony  Johnson,   Steve   Sibon,   Jack   Gockel 

Second   row:      Lee   Johnson,   Jim    Bickaus,    manager;     Gerry   Smith,   Marvin   Graves,    Gerald    Light,    John    Vaydo,    Vince   Feigenbutz     Roger  Schnoor     Danny   Dude 

Bottom    row:     Max    Hooper,    Charlie    Fort,    Ron    West,    John    Sabolaskey,    Mike    Maksud,    Ron    Ultes,    John    Hester,    Lee    Eilbracht,    c'ooch 


Joe  Fitzgerald  was  the  1954  batting  champ  with  a  .317  aver- 
age.   Mike  Maksud  and  Tom  Scott  followed  with  .297  averages. 

Three  pitchers  came  through  with  winning  records:  Marv 
Graves,  1-0;  Elmer  Koestner,  3-1;  and  John  Sabalaskey,  5-3. 

Captain  Ron  Ultes  led  several  offensive  departments.  He  scored 
the  most  runs,  18;  tied  for  the  most  doubles  with  Ron  West,  5; 
hit  the  most  homers,  4;  tied  for  the  RBI  leadership  with  West,  14; 
and  tied  with  Maksud  in  stolen  bases,  17. 

The  Walter  H.  Roettger  Memorial  Award  for  the  most  valuable 
player  was  presented  to  Tom  Scott. 

Marv  Graves  is  captain-elect  for  1955. 


GYMNASTICS 


Again  the  Illinois  gymnastics  team  proved 
itself  superior  by  taking  the  Big  Ten  cham- 
pionship for  the  fifth  time  and  placing  sec- 
ond in  the  NCAA  champion  meet. 

Tom  Gardner,  Frank  Bare,  and  Jeff  Aus- 
tin paced  the  lllini  in  the  Big  Ten  meet.  Bare 
regained  his  sidehorse  title,  Gardner  gave 
the  evening's  best  performance  to  become 
a  surprise  champion  in  the  parallel  bars. 
Austin  outclassed  all  others  in  free  exer- 
cises. 

Bare's  injury  in  the  preliminaries  for  the 
NCAA  held  back  the  chances  for  the  lllini 
to  gain  the  title,  buf  the  team  finished  in 
second  place,  with  68  points,  behind  Penn 
State  with  137  points.  Dick  Browning  cop- 
ped the  tumbling  championship. 

In  the  season  opener  against  MSC,  Bare 
and  Austin  led  the  team  to  a  55  to  41  win 
with  five  first  places  in  six  events. 

The  lllini  closed  the  '54  season  by  defeat- 
ing MSC  52  to  32;  Indiana,  57 Vi  to  38 Vx; 
and  Ohio  State  57  Vz  to  38  Vz. 

Coach  Pond  presented  eight  men  with 
letters  at  the  close  of  the  season. 

Tom  Gardner  was  elected  1954-55  cap- 
tain. 


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Gil    Brinkmeyer 


Ken    Stone 


1954   BIG  TEN  STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS 125V2 

Minnesota     73  V2 

Michigan     73  V2 

Michigan  Stale 71 

Iowa      66  V2 

Ohio  State    26 

Indiana     8 

Wisconsin 6 


Top    row:      Tom    Gardner,    Jeff   Austin,    Dan    Lirot,    Ken    Stone,    Jon    Culbertson,    Eric    Stattin,    Charlie    Pond,    coach 

Bottom    row:      William    Leonhardt,   assistant   coach;     Dick   Browning,    Frank   Bare,    captain;     Richard  Jirus,   Gil   Brinkmeyer,   assistcnt   cccch 


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WRESTLING 


Five  lettermen  formed  the  nucleus  of  the 
1954  wrestling  team.  Due  to  the  recur- 
rence of  injuries,  the  team  did  not  do  as 
well  as  predicted. 

The  mat-men  won  their  first  three  meets, 
which  were  against  Great  Lakes  Naval 
Training  station,  Cornell  College,  and  In- 
diana (their  first  Big  Ten  opponent). 

Michigan,  the  1953  champs,  beat  the 
lllini  19  to  11.  However,  the  lllini  again 
showed  their  spirit  by  defeating  the  Badg- 
ers 21  to  1 1  and  the  Gophers  1  8  to  14. 

The  mat-men  ended  the  season  by  losing 
to  Oklahoma  A.  &  M.  26  to  4  and  winning 
from  Northwestern  20  to  6. 

In  the  24th  Annual  Big  Ten  champion- 
ship wrestling  meet  at  MSC,  Illinois  placed 
sixth. 

Illinois  placed  fourth  in  the  NCAA  meet 
held  in  Norman,  Oklahoma.  The  team  came 
in  twelfth  with  12  points.  Twenty-five 
schools  were  entered  in  the  meet. 

Larry  Ten  Pas  became  the  first  sophomore 
to  win  the  Newt  Law  Award  for  the  most 
valuable  player.  He  also  won  the  Paul 
Prehn  trophy  for  scoring  the  most  points 
during  the  season.  He  was  second  in  con- 
ference play  and  third  in  the  nation. 

Ed  Jackson  is  the  1954-55  captain. 


John  Ontiveras 


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Larry  TenPas 


1954  BIG  TEN  WRESTLING  STANDINGS 

Purdue    26 

Michigan     22 

Michigan  State 20 

Iowa     17 

Wisconsin      10 

ILLINOIS 9 

Northwestern    6 

Minnesota     5 

Indiana     4 

Ohio  State 0 


Frank    Kastor 


Top   row:     Mike   Reuter,   assistant   coach;     Richard   Pople,    Ed   Jackson,    Paul    Mechling,   Peter  Van  Schaak,   Jr.,   Gerald   L.   Myers,   senior   manager;     "Pat"    Patterson,   coach 
Bottom    row:     Charles   Guiflfre,    Yukio    Matsumoto,    Frank    Kastor,    Larry    TenPas,    Bill    Turner,    Bill    Mellen,   John   Ontiveros 


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Kenneth    West 


GOLF 


The  1954  golf  team  spent  another  year 
in  improving  rather  than  being  a  title  con- 
tender. Hindered  by  the  loss  of  two  letter- 
men  and  their  captain,  Haynes  Hawkins 
(Illinois  State  Amateur  Champion),  the  team 
coached  by  Ralph  Fletcher  won  three  of 
their  twelve  games.  They  finished  fiffh  in 
Big  Ten  competition,  three  steps  higher  than 
in  1953.  Illinois  bettered  its  stroke  count 
by  nine  in  1954.  Ken  West  was  captain- 
elect  for  1955. 


1954  BIG  TEN  GOLF  STANDINGS 

Ohio  State 1527 

Iowa 1529 

Minnesota .  1  551 

Purdue    1555 

ILLINOIS 1556 

Northwestern    1 567 

Indiana     1 572 

Michigan  State 1  576 

Michigan     1 580 

Wisconsin      1609 


Top   row:      Ralph   Fletcher,   coach;     Kenneth  West,   Robert  Teitsch,  James   Peterson,   Ozzie    Mazzetta,    Thomas    Rowader 
Bottom   row:      Haynes   Hawkins,   captain;     Carl   Dilsaver,   Frank  Keck 


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Doyle  Glass 


TENNIS 


Coach  Howie  Braun  did  a  creditable  job  in 
1954  even  though  he  lost  five  lettermen.  His 
prediction  of  a  building  year  with  improvement 
was  accurate.  The  team  finished  its  season  with 
seven  victories  out  of  its  ten  games  and  man- 
aged to  wind  up  fifth  in  the  Big  Ten  tourna- 
ment, two  higher  than  in  1953.  Conrad  Woods, 
a  transfer  who  is  captain-elect  for  1955,  was 
number  one  in  singles.  Stephen  Hill  and  John 
Greenleaf  also  got  berths. 


1954   BIG  TEN   STANDINGS 

Indiana     52  V2 

Michigan     36 

Michigan  State 34  V2 

Iowa     34 

ILLINOIS     30 V2 

Northwestern    29 

Wisconsin     20  72 

Minnesota     7  V2 

Purdue    4  V2 

Ohio     1 


Top    row:     Conrad    Woods,    Harry    Brandt,    Roger    Bielefeld,    Steve    Hill,    Howard    Brcun,  coach 
Bottom   row:     Doyle  Glass,  Ed  Peachous,  John  Greenleaf 


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Bob    Kramp 


Bob    Clemons 


SWIMMING 

Although  Coach  Al  Klingel's  swimming  team 
was  small,  it  managed  eight  victories  out  of  its 
ten  meets.  This  was  an  improvement  over  last 
year's  record  of  seven  out  of  ten. 

The  team  placed  only  17th  in  the  NCAA 
but  placed  fourth  in  the  Big  Ten.  Team-mates 
George  Gfroerer  and  Donald  Sammons  deserve 
individual  praise.  Bob  Clemons,  captain,  was 
chosen  the  most  valuable  player  for  1954. 
Gfroerer  is  1955  captain-elect. 


1954  BIG  TEN  STANDINGS 

Ohio  State 125 

Michigan    103 

Michigan  State 34 

ILLINOIS     25 

Purdue 20 

Wisconsin     13 

Northwestern 12 

Iowa     10 

Indiana     2 

Minnesota    0 


Top   row:      Al    Klingel,    head   coach;     Dave   Mersbach,   George   Gfroerer,   Dick   Hubach,   Arnie  Cajet,   George  Sonnenleiter,   Bill   Jones,   Bill   Huesner,   assistant  coach;     Frank 

Jacobs 
Bottom   row:      Jack  Moskiewicz,   Don   Sammons,   Bob   Kramp,   Bob  Clemons,   Bertil   Mattson,    Nick  Karpinchick,   Jake   Grossman 


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Jim    Dammann 


John   Boyles 


FENCING 


Sparked  by  All-American  Herman  "Pete" 
Velasco,  the  1954  fencing  team  became  Big  Ten 
champions  for  the  fifth  straight  time. 

Notre  Dame  stopped  Illinois'  consecutive 
game-winning  streak  at  36  games  by  winning 
15  to  12. 

At  Chicago  in  the  NCAA  meet,  the  lllini  placed 
eighth.  Velasco  led  the  team  with  21  points. 
Piling  up  14  points,  Velasco  placed  second  in 
individuals. 

Hailed  as  the  most  promising  sophomore  to 
come  along  in  years,  Velasco  won  a  position  on 
the  All-American  fencing  team. 


Jim  Bell,  sabre  star,  is  captain  for  the  1955 
team.  Velasco  was  voted  the  most  valuable 
fencer  for  the  1954  season. 

1954   BIG  TEN   STANDINGS 

ILLINOIS     40 

Wisconsin     31 

Ohio  State 30 

Northwestern 23 

Iowa     21 

Michigan  State 15 

Indiana     11 


Top  row:      Jim   Sandstrom,  Jim   Bell,   Bill   Shewshuk,  captain;     Anthony  Zombolas,   Richard   Cohn,   James   Dammann 

Bottom   row:     Max  Garrett,   coach;   Kent  Harris,  Jack   Boyles,   Pete  Velasco,   Larry  Kauflfmon,  Jay  Sheffield,   Leiby  Hall,  senior  manager 


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Harry   Combes,  basketball 


ADMINISTRATORS 


Douglas   Mills,    director   of  athletics 


Ray    Eliot,    football 


Allen    Klingel,    swimming 


Ralph    Fletcher,    golf 


Charles    Pond,    gymnastics 


Max    Garrett,    fencing 


Howie   Braun,    tennis 


Buel    Patterson,    wrestling 


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Chuck  Flynn,   athletic  publicity  director 


TRIBE  OF 
ILLINI 


Top     row:     Ken     West,     vice    president;     Arthur    Wyatt,     advisor 

Bottom    row:     Wolly    Vernasco,    sergeant    at    arms;    Bruce    Brothers,    treasurer 


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  be- 
come a  member  of  the  "Tribe."  This  organiza- 
tion gives  the  members  a  chance  to  get  better 
acquainted  and  fosters  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. 

The  men  leading  this  year's  Tribe  offer  a 
representation  from  five  different  sports:  Bill 
Turner,  wrestling;  Ken  West,  golf;  Bruce  Brothers, 
basketball;  Wally  Vernasco,  football;  and  Jim 
Sandstrom,  fencing. 


Top    row:    Dale    Foster,    Mike    Maksud,    Baird    Stewart,    Robert    Kabel,    Fred    Most,    James  Bickhaus,  James  Flynn,  Charles  Finn 

Fourth    row:    Elmer    Plew,    Ralph    Fessenden,    Stephen    Nosek,    Kenneth    Norquist,    Paul    Judson,    Robert    Reitsch,    Robert   Wiman,    Dan    Dudas,    Lawrence   TenPas,    Jack   Olson, 

Leslie   Bryan 
Third    row:     Edwin    Jackson,    Stephen    Hill,    John    Greenleaf,    Carl    Ehler,    Morris    Sterneck,    Arnold    Cajet,    Donald    Sammons,    Richard    Jirus,    John    Culbertson,    John    Vayda, 

Cirilo  McSween,  William   Ridley 
Second    row:      Edwin    Rechous,    Jack    Chamblin,    John    Ontiveras,    Eugene    Maynard,    Jeff  Austin,  Dan   Lirot,  Donald  Peterson,   Lawrence  Cross 
Bottom    row:     James    Bell,    Kenneth    West,    Arthur    Wyatt,    Bruce    Brothers,    Willard    Thomson,    Marvin    Graves,    James    Sandstrom,    Alden    Orput,    Walter    Watts 


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MANAGERS 


Senior  Managers — Top  row:  Les  Bryan,  track;  Jack  Olson,  I.M.;  Max  Fulling,  baseball;  Jerome  Jaffe,  recreation; 
Larry    Cross,    gymnastics 

Bottom  row:  Charles  Finn,  football;  Walter  Tarleton,  wrestling;  Carl  Ehlers,  fencing;  James  Voorhees  swimming- 
Walter  Watts,   basketball 


The  Illinois  athletic  teams  are  managed 
by  some  of  the  hardest  working  and  most 
vital  men  in  the  entire  sports  system.  Be- 
hind the  scenes  they  perform  the  tasks 
necessary  for  successful  presentation  of  all 
athletic  events  at  the  University. 

There  are  ten  senior  managers  who  are 
each  assisted  by  two  juniors  and  several 
underclassmen. 


Junior    Managers — Top     row:     Clarence    Teagarden,     Robert     Roush,     Chuck   Foster,   John    Bryden 

Second    row:      Frank    Sternard,    Robert    Waltz,    James    Blattner,    Fritz    Heyl 

Bottom    row:      Robert    Shewchuk,    John    Murray,    Don    Ball,    Richard    Stone,   Roger  Gomien 


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Top  row:      Larry  Thomson,  Al  Goss,  Al  Orput,  Jeff  Austin 
Bottom   row;     Sandy   Fra lick,   Elaine  Erger,   Jeannette  Mathews 


CHEERLEADERS 

The  lllini  cheering  squad,  with  cheers,  yells,  and 
acrobatic  stunts,  led  the  students,  faculty,  and 
alumni  in  backing  the  football  and  basketball 
teams. 

Headed  by  Alden  Orput,  the  cheerleaders  in- 
creased the  spirit  among  the  Illinois  rooters  with 
enthusiastic  pep  rallies  every  Friday  night  before 
a  home  football  game. 

Several  cheerleaders  followed  the  team  on  out- 
of-town  games. 

Another  "Famous  First  for  the  lllini"  was  the 
double  Block  "I" — the  first  double  cheering  section 
and  the  largest  in  the  nation  with  2200  students 
taking  part.  Block  "I"  was  responsible  for  the  film- 
ing of  Block  "I",  the  band,  and  the  campus  by  20th 
Century  Fox  movie  studio. 


Gaylord     Spotts,     Chief     Ifliniwek 


Athlete  of  the  Year 

J.  C.  Caroline,  one  of  Illinois'  outstanding  foot- 
ball players  of  the  1953  season,  was  chosen  the 
athlete  of  the  year  by  the  University  of  Illinois  stu- 
dent body.  J.  C.  was  also  named  to  the  Ail- 
American  team. 


Most  Valuable  Player 

Jack  Chamblin,  line  backer  on  defense  of  the 
Fighting  lllini,  was  chosen  by  his  teammates  at 
their  annual  banquet  as  the  most  valuable  player. 
His  stellar  defensive  play  made  him  vital  to  the 
team. 


Conference  Medal  Winner 

Bob  Lenzini  was  honored  by  being  named  the 
Conference  Medal  Winner  of  1954.  This  honor  is 
given  to  the  University  of  Illinois'  outstanding 
scholar-athlete.  While  participating  in  varsity  foot- 
ball and  track  throughout  the  school  year,  he  main- 
tained an  impressive  scholastic  average. 


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INTRAMURAL 
SPORTS 


Senior   Managers:      Jerome  Jaffe,   Jack   Olson 


The  University  of  Illinois'  Department  of  Intra- 
mural and  Recreational  Sports  plays  a  vital  role 
in  the  extracurricular  activities  of  the  University 
student.  The  IM  program  furnishes  the  recrea- 
tional activities  a  student  needs  to  supplement 
his  classroom  work.  By  participating  in  intra- 
mural activities,  a  student  receives  the  relaxation 
gained  by  a  stimulating  workout.  The  IM  sports 
roster  provides  for  competition  on  both  the  group 
and  individual  basis. 

This  department,  sponsored    by  the   Athletic 


Association,  has  Intramural,  Recreational,  and 
Co-recreational  programs.  The  IM  Rec  Board, 
with  Allen  B.  Klingel  as  faculty  supervisor,  directs 
the  department.  The  Supervisor,  Assistant  Super- 
visor, Senior  and  Junior  Manager,  Chairman  of 
the  Officials  Association,  and  representatives  of 
the  Intrafraternity  Council,  Men's  Independent 
Association,  and  the  participating  Independent 
and  Greek  houses  make  up  the  Board.  This 
Board  sets  all  program  policies  and  acts  as  a 
Protest  Board. 


Rec  Board — Top  row:     Fritz  Heyl,   Frank  Sternard,  Jack  Olson,  Jerome  Jaffe,  Roger  Gomien 
Bottom   row:      Burt  Wolf,  Stanton  Charney,  Gordon   Bloomberg,  Stanley   Felderman 
Missing    from    panel:      Allen    G.    Klingel 


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Junior    Managers:      Roger    Gomien,    Stanton    Charney,    Frank    St> 


The  IM  department  provides  clean,  whole- 
some competition  for  the  students  with  a  keen 
rivalry  existing  between  the  fraternities  and  the 
independent  houses.  Pre-season  coaching  and 
practice  clinics  are  held  before  the  competition 
begins  in  the  various  sports. 

The  recreational  department  provides  activi- 
ties for  those  interested  in  athletics  for  their  own 


sake  alone.  Graduate  students  and  the  staff  can 
enter  in  the  special  events  and  tournaments  open 
for  them  in  their  own  program. 

The  Co-Rec  department  provides  sports  where 
both  men  and  women  can  team  up  in  competi- 
tion. Such  co-rec  sports  are  volleyball,  bowling, 
and  softball.  Special  activities  clubs  are  formed 
by  students  showing  a  special  interest. 


Sophomore   Managers — Bottom    row:       Larry    Ericson,    Thomas    Neay,    Leon    Bonneur 
Second    row:      Donald    Welbourne,    Richard    McCaw,    Ronald    Minda 
Top  row:      Wayne   Marthaler,   James    Lundergan,   John   Melaniphy 


1954  Intramural  Champions 

Basketball    Sigma   Chi 

Evans  Scholars 

Bowling Alpha  Sigma  Phi 

Golf Womack,   Lonesome   Pine 

Gymnastics Sigma  Phi  Delta 

Horseshoes 

Howard — Garlanger,  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 

Birky,  Acacia 

Softball 

12  inch.  .  .Alpha  Gamma  Rho,  Kumonami 
16  inch .  .  .Alpha  Epsilon  Pi,  Newman  Club 

Table  Tennis Sarro — Serdahl,  Delta  Phi 

Alter,  Phi  Sigma  Delta 

Track 

Indoor Parade   Ground    Units 

Outdoor Hawks 

Badminton Oei,  Chinese  Student  Club 

Oei — Fay,  Chinese  Student  Club 

Football Phi   Epsilon   Pi 

Misfits 

Handball Coppel — Cole,  Sigma  Alpha  Mu 

Chaperian,  Theta  Chi 

Tennis Anderson,  Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 

Volleyball    Sigma   Chi 

Lituanica 

Water  Polo Sigma  Chi 

Wrestling Phi  Kappa  Sigma 

Swimming Phi  Delta  Theta 


1954  Point  Leaders 

Greek 

Sigma  Chi    300 

Phi  Delta  Theta 267 

Alpha   Tau   Omega 1 92 

Beta  Theta  Pi 1  90 

Sigma    Pi    1 87 

Phi    Epsilon    Pi ]  74 

Sigma  Alpha  Epsilon 161 

Phi  Gamma  Delta l  53 

Zeta  Beta  Tau 141 

Tau   Kappa   Epsilon 138 

Independent 

Evans  Scholars 1  27 

Barton  West 117 

Newman  Hall  Residence  Hall 110 

Vet   Club    91 

Newman  Club 80 

Kumonami    J$ 


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vV.A.A.     Board — Top    row:     Helen    Moody,    treasurer;     Helen    White,    house     representative;     Helen     Andrews,     Terrapin;     Nancy     Parent,     publicity 

chairman 
Bottom    row:     Virginia    Reda,    sports    chairman;    Ann    Badges,    secretary;    Sherle    Olson,    president;    Patricia    Renken,    vice    president 


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W.A.A.   Sport   Managers— Top   row:      Cynthia   Traughber,   Kay   Kenner,   Joyce   Ballard,    Mary   Ellen   Heinicke,    Maria   Thys     Barbara   Goldman     Bebe 

Bowers  ' 

Second    row:      Betty    Kessler,    Barbara    Thiel,    Iris    Garland,    Joanne    Knoff,    Virginia    Fortney,    Eleanor    Kenny 
Bottom    row:      Ginny    Peterson,    Joan    Evans,    Darlene   Miller,    Leanide   Gaines,    Judy    Lutz 
Not   in   panel:      Nancy  Judd,    Barbara   Stegar 


W.A.A. 


The  Women's  Athletic  Association  is  responsi- 
ble for  the  outstanding  program  of  athletics 
available  to  Illinois  co-eds.  This  organization 
believes  in  offering  sports  to  women  on  campus 
in  order  to  establish  a  deeper  appreciation  for 
the  aesthetic  value  of  sports. 

W.A.A.  offers  recreation  for  all  undergradu- 
ate and  graduate  women  in  volleyball,  swim- 
ming, archery,  table  tennis,  bowling,  field 
hockey,  fencing,  golf,  tennis,  softball,  basket- 
ball, and  apparatus.  It  also  sponsors  Sports  Day, 


grammar  school  and  high  school  playdays,  and 
other  athletic  functions  during  the  year. 

Two  trophies  are  awarded  yearly,  one  to  the 
house  accumulating  the  most  points  in  team 
competition,  and  the  other  to  the  house  having 
the  highest  percentage  of  participation. 

After  each  girl  completes  one  sport  season, 
she  is  eligible  for  initiation.  If  a  girl  completes 
twelve  sport  seasons,  she  is  eligible  for  her  major 
"I",  the  same  as  the  men's  varsity  award. 


W.A.A      House    Representatives— Top    row:      Phyllis    Sullens,    Maria    Thys,    Julia    Huber,    Kay    Bowman,    Judy    Lutz,    Olga    Sleznick,    Joan    Moron 
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Third   row:      Roe   Reierson     Mickey   Paschen,   Carol   Peterson,  Cynthia  Traughber,    Martha   Wahl,    Ethel    Katsoulis,    Miriam    Bern,    Betty   Maresh 
second    row:      Ellen    Schlek,    Paulette    Mastoon,    Barbara    Holsman,    Sandra    Jeakut,    Betty    Kessler.    Donna    Graf     Edith    Bulqart 
Bottom    row:      Mary    Parent,    Charlotte    Crumbaugh,    Arlene    Shaddock,    Irene   Outlaw     Janice    Roeth 


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Anne    Bages,    Helen    Moody,    Dorothea    Sherman,    Evelyn    Gutzert     Paula    S    oh'  i    rl     A„      vTl     Z  °V°k'     Claude,,s    B2ndit.     Betty    Kanaly.     Kay    jenner, 

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"'^I**^^  ^ S  ^on,    Janice     Schallman.     Virginia     Fortney.     treasure,      Jane 

Brayford,    Ola    Bundy,    Constance   Mitchell  '  Pres'dent'     Pat   Coylo.    recreate    representative;      Maria    Thys,    Phyllis    Sullens,    Joyce    Connor.    Julaine 

^^"^  M.    Oarland,     Judith     Lut,     Dorothy    Marlin,     Barbara 

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P.  E.  MAJORS'  CLUB 


Open  to  women  in  Physical  Education, 
Health,  Recreation,  and  Dance  curricula, 
Physical  Education  Majors'  Club  is  one  of 
the  professional  organizations  of  the  cam- 
pus. Speakers  from  the  various  fields  of 
physical  education  highlight  the  meetings 
held  throughout  the  school  year,  while  con- 
vocations serve  to  promote  better  relation- 
ships between  the  students  and  faculty  of 
the  department. 

Intra-class  competition  in  soccer,  volley- 
ball, basketball,  field  hockey,  and  softball 
provides  experience  in  skill  and  teamwork 
as  well  as  enjoyment  for  all  club  members. 
A  program  during  Mothers'  Day  weekend 
and  a  reception  at  Homecoming  are  two  of 
the  highlights  during  each  year.  "Shorts," 
a  club  member  project,  is  published  four 
times  a  year. 


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Kay   Bowman,    Horse   Show   Queen 


ROYALTY 


lllio    Beauty    Finalists — Top   row:     Ann    Barnett,    Ruth   O'Neil,    Ka 

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Second  row:      Birnie  Boyer,   Donna  Jack,   Rosanne  Allen 
Third    row:      Ruth    Wylie,    Carlotta    Hagen 
Fourth    row:     Martha    Sanford,    Floy    Rowland 
Fifth   row:     Pat  Osgood,   Shirley  Moore 
Sixth   row.-     Peggy   Scott,   Adele   Haven,   Jean   Kreger 
Bottom    row:     Marie    Mitchell,    Sally    Barton,     Louise    Wieselman 


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McKnight,    Karen    Martin,    Ann    Weston,    June   Tracy,    Jane   Harris,    Barbara     Swick,     Barbara     Evans,     Geraline     Brence,     Kathleen     McDowell, 

Jacqueline    Luce 
Third    row:      Norma    Hertzmann,    Charlotte   Crumbaugh,    Gertrude   Gassmann,    Cynthia    Wallace,    Lynn    Just,    Jo    Ann    Belton,    Carol    Greene,    Judy 

Gates,    Carol    Phillips,    Glenna    Lupton,    Patte    Edwards,    Marcia    Smith,    Delores    Brence,    Diane    Freeto,    Rosemary    Jordan,    Mary    Buckles 
Second    row:      Gail    Buckmaster,    Barbara    Apperson,    Joan    Andrews,    Betty     Snider,     Phyllis     Hosse,     Marcia     Rieckman,     Mrs.     Daley,     Margaret 

Remade,    Patricia    Osgood,    Mary    Jo    Conto,    Naomi    Brausch,    Barbara   Thiel 
Bottom    row:      Judith    Minstrell,    Susan    Spahn,    Mary    Butner,    Barbara    Seyler,    Joann    Markland,    Jerralynn    Carter,    Jerilynn    LaMorticella,    Patricia 

Minstrell,    Nancy    Carlson,    Judith    Eickemeyer 


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904  South   Lincoln 


77  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Marcia    Rieckman,    second    vice    president;    Patricia    Edwards, 

corresponding    secretary;    Mary    Waxier,    recording     secretary 
Second     row:      Mary     Conto,     rushing     chairman;     Phyllis     Hasse,     social 

chairman;    Patricia    Osgood,    first    vice    president 
Bottom    row:      Cynthia    Wallace,    treasurer;    Margaret    Remade,    president 


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Top     row:      Jessie     Siepker,     corresponding     secretary;     Carol     Hofmann, 

treasurer 
Second    row:      Joan    Berkey,    president;    Mary    Collins,    recording    secretary 
Bottom    row:      Marilyn    Scheuer,    chaplain;    Carol    Spoonhour,    vice    presi- 
dent 


ALPHA  DELTA  PI 


1202  West  Nevada 


82  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Nancy    Buckles,    Margaret    Perlin,    Nancy    Cresto,     Lieselotte    Borchard,    Janet    Brakensick,    Denise    Moody,    Janet   Altman,    Julia 

Worden,    Helenn    Reitsch,    Barbara    Moore,    Sonya    Clark,    Nita    Baker,   Sara    Donahue 
Third    row:      Carol    McCarthy,    Jane    Benson,    Alice   Van    Dyke,    Arlene    Elliott,     Nancy     Fuhrken,     Linda    Allen,    Patricia    Brothers,     Lillian 

Powers,    Mary    Even,    Rochelle    Davis,    Nancy    Ruehrdanz,    Marion    Huebner,    Donna    Rudig,    Patricia    Folton,    Marilyn   Scheuer 
Second    row:      Robin    Johnson,    Jean    Dinsdale,    Janet    Schmitt,    Carol     Petefish,     Carol     Spoonhour,    Joan     Berkey,    Carol     Hofmann,     Mary 

Collins,    Jessie    Siepker,    Joan    Searing,    Dolores    Bultinck 
Bottom    row:      June    Burton,    Dorothy    Moore,    Gloria    Dinnella,    Susan    Strandin,    Phyllis    Swanson,    Beverly    O'Dell,    Shirley    Rose,    Sandra 

Baker 
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Top  row:  Janice  Silver,  Marjorie  Helman,  Marlene  Glassman,  Alene  Avelrad,  Jane  Herskowitz,  Bonnie  N.erman,  JoAnn  Silverstein,  Bar- 
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man,    Bonna    Lederer  „  _  _  B  kk     .. 

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Ruvel 


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39  Active  Chapters 


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berg,   vice    president 

Bottom  row:  Sally  Ruttenberg,  secretary;  Joann  Trockman,  rushing  chair- 
man;   Rosalie  Wolinsky,    scholarship  chairman 


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manager;  Sally  Walker,  recording  secretary;  Lois  Limberg,  treasurer; 
Helen  McFarland,  social  chairman;  Patricia  Burt,  scholarship  chair- 
man 

Bottom    row:      Marjorie   Bezio,   president;   Audrey  Johnson,   vice   president 


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Marilyn    Young,    Mildred    George,    Altha    Montague,    Judith   Swinehort,    Ann    Hawkins     Beverly    Shanle 

JTn Sue   ,Pearson;   Mary    Ogelsby,    Carol    Cockerill,    Shirley    Trueblood,     Sally     Walker,     Lois     Limberg,    Amy    Hagen      Joan     leb- 
Wick,    Dons    Lokay     Marna   Carr,    Mary   Amsteen,    Phyllis    Fisher,    Joan    Rodrick,    Donna    Anderhub 

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Janette    Herrmann,    Bonnie    Bartley,    Helen    McFarland,    Mary    Granberg  nerrmann, 

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Musick,    Janice    Dattilo,    Julianne    Murphy,    Mary    Roselli 

Not    in    panel:      Helen    Moody,    Barbara    Browner,    Diane   Katzinas 


Lois    Fox,    Marie    C    Christiansen,    Doris 


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Second    row      Archalene    Amos,    Susanna    Jones,    Joanne    Miller,    Miss    Gordon,    Minnie   Talley,    Sylvia    Rainey 
Bottom    row:      Elizabeth    Burrell,    Winifred    Wallace,    Lois    Merritt,    Christine   Muse 


ALPHA  KAPPA  ALPHA 


1201    West  Stoughton  101    Active  Chapters 


Minnie   Talley,    tamiochous;    Archalene   Amos,   anti-basileus;    Joanne   Mil- 
ler,   basileus;    Susanna    Jones,    epistoleus;    Sylvia    Rainey,    social    chair- 


296 


M.L. 


Anne  Davis,  corresponding  secretary;  LaVaun  Schild,  vice  president; 
(Catherine  Stobbs,  president;  Nancy  Brock,  recording  secretary; 
Mary   Malantis,    social    chairman;    Martha    Peters,    treasurer 


ALPHA  OMICRON  PI 


706  South  Mathews 


57  Active  Chapters 


Top     row:      Martha     Craft,     Shirley    Bradshaw,     Carole    Connell,     Elaine    Johnson,     Mary    Modigan,     Patricia    Firebaugh,     Mary    Heinicke, 

Georgia    Doak,    Jo    Ann    Bryson,    Barbara    Babcock,    Carol    Michael,    Marion    Hunter,    Joan    Scharafin,    Joan    Freitag,    Marilyn    Hagi, 

Darlene   Likens,   Peggy   Heberling 
Third    row:      Nancy    Mongerson,    Peggy    Hoover,    Wilma    Allen,    Marcia    Brown,    Frances    Shaw,    Beth    Brahana,    Carol    Dunnivant,    Martha 

Rosebraugh,    Marilyn    Perry,    Mary    Marshall,    Nancy    Potter,     Barbara    Morris,    Eileen    Sampson,    Phyllis    Williams 
Second    row:      Mary   Malantis,    Nancy    Brock,    Dora    Fishel,    Sharlene   Mayer,     Ernestine     Dewhirst,     Anne     Davis,     Mrs.     Mead,     Katherine 

Stobbs,    LaVaun   Schild,   Martha   Peters,   Nancy  March,   Shirley   Huber 
Bottom    row:      Joan    Gattaneo,    Nancy    Klopfenstein,    Marcia    Davis,    Sandra   Seborg,    Nancy   Kauth,    Claire   O'Connell,    Noreen   O'Connell, 

Diane    Kellogg,   Shirley    Hunter,    Nancy    LeConte 
Not   in    panel:      Florence   Spencer 


Top  row:  Joy  Kirtland,  Donna  Dice,  Maria  Thys,  Adele  Monteraslelli,  Mary  Welch,  Ruth  O'Neil,  Patricia  Whealon,  Carol  Anderson,  Suz- 
anne  Jones,    Barbara   Sears,    Barbara   Nave,   Sara   Knodell,   Nancy   Hoover,  Shirley  Ralston,  Nancy  Cosier 

Third  row:  Nancy  Moore,  Jo  Melahn,  Jane  Herberger,  Charlene  Reich,  Patricia  Thudium,  Barbara  Nelson,  Jane  Naylor,  Laurel  Smith,  Joan 
Brunkow,     Penny    Walker,    Judith    Brunkow,    Patricia    Speyerer,    Joan  Guyer,  Mary  Barrie,  Nancy  Simons 

Second  row:  Rita  Bishop,  Susan  Brown,  Janet  Mochus,  Gloria  Belvel,  Mary  Young,  Diane  Johnson,  Eleanor  Surber,  Mrs.  McLean,  Marion  Achor, 
Joan    Enderson,    Ann    Simons,    Kay    Ekstrand,    Lynda    Couch,    Dorothy  Parsons,  Carol  McCradie 

Bottom  row:  Sally  Doran,  Lois  Kyle,  Nancy  Wahl,  Carol  Wroblewski,  Dolores  Lamport,  Alise  Boyland,  Janet  Parker,  Nancy  Servine,  Marjory 
Wolfe,    Arthurene    Russell,    Barbara    Parsons,    Elizabeth    Quick,    Margaret  Kelly 


508  East  Armory  54  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Eleanor  Surber,  first  vice  president;  Kay  Ekstrand,  rushing 
chairman;  Mary  Ellen  Young,  treasurer;  Diane  Johnson,  sscond  vice 
president 

Bottom  row:  Carol  McCradie,  chaplain;  Barbara  Nelson,  social  chair- 
man;   Marion   Achor,    president;    Lynda   Couch,    recording    secretary 


298 


Top    row:     Caroline    Holmstrand,    rush    chairman;    Joanne   Scocgins,    presi- 
dent;   Charlotte    McDonald,    vice   president 
Bottom    row:     Joan    Danielson,    treasurer;    Mary    Ryerson,     pledge    trainer 


ALPHA 


DELTA 


715   West   Michigan  66   Active   Chapterj 


Top    row:     Carol     Lohrengel,    Joan    Prouty,    Ann    Mannhardt,    Marilyn    Cygon,    Rita    Crose,    Dolores    Cass,    Saroh    LoBelle,    Mory    Keiser, 

Marlene   Shreeve,    Susan    Ayers,    Chrisanthe    Marinakos 
Third    row:     Donna    Graf,    Charlotte    McDonald,    Dawn    Wolfe,    Sandra    Cole,    Karen    Kusenda,    Adrienne    Eames,    Jean    Stocy,    Genevieve 

Wallen,    Marian    Wagner,    Joan    Sadorf,    Nancy    Glidden,    Muriel  Tucker 
Second    row:     Norma    Martin,    Charlene    Lynch,    Mary    Ryerson,    Carol     Halverson,     Ruth     Mashek,     Mrs.     Field,     Joanne     Scoggins,     Joan 

Danielson,     Fay    Nichols,     Diane    Zaremba,     Patricia     Firebaugh,    Carol    Holmstrand 
Bottom     row:     Patricia    Condon,     Margaret    Barthel,     Rosemary     Olsen,    Sondra    Strong,    Roberta    Tewes,    Donna    Olin,    Nancy    Cummings, 

Barbara  Dodds 
Not   in   panel:  Mary   Gabrielli,   Nancy   Gratigny 


Top    row:     Martha    Land  is,    Donna    Glenn,    Juonita    Roberts,    Rebecca    Koelling,    Nancy    Wear,    Diane    Springer,    Helen    Worsham,    Barbara    Russell, 

Jane    Collins,    Dorothy    Graneu,    Marsha    Viere,    Janet    Pritchett,    Barbara  Hall,  Delores  Medcalf 
Third    row:     Marjorie    Knudstad,    Lynnette    Briggs,    Sara    Barry,    Nancy    McCord,   Nancy  Taylor,   Diane  Pierre,   Shirley  Gaghen,   Carol   Carlson,  Joan 

Burch,    Beverly   Dornoff,   Margaret  Vest,   Diane   Nutty,   Jacqueline   Wilson,    Irene    Matthews,    Martha    Glisson,    Marcia    Pritchett,    Joanne    Lucey, 

Gwen   Edwards 
Second    row:     Arlys    Nitsche,    Barbara    Schedel,    Catherine    Cartland,    Patricia  Killey,  Mary  Marmion,  Mrs.   Ross,   Ruth  Andrews,  Jane  Eliot,  Sandra 

Schaub,    Joyce    Chalcraft,    Peggy    Andes,    Helen     Lam  brakes,    Maureen  Smith 
Bottom    row:     Kathleen    Vance,    Carol    Kenyon,    Nancy    Tyner,    Joyce    Smith,    Marthel    Schweikert,    Nancy    Scrader,    Barbara    Tyner,    Doborah    Blair, 

Ann  Funkhouser,  Sue  Raushenberqer 
Not    in    panel:     Marcia    Robinett,    Karen    Lauridsen,    Caroline    Landis,    Kay    Bowman,    Jill    Hanafee,   Alice   Rhodes,    Dolores   Hodges 


CHI  OMEGA 


907    South    Wright 


116    Active    Chapters 


Top    row:     Mary    Marmion,    vice    president;    Marilyn    Andrews,    president; 

Marcia    Robinett,    treasurer;    Jane    Eliot,    secretary 
Bottom     row:     Sandra    Schaub,    pledge    trainer;    Patricia    Killey,    rushing 

chairman;   Shirley  Gaghen,   personnel 


300 


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Top    row:     Elizabeth    Brown,    recording    secretary;    Mary   House,    president; 

Joan  Schmidt,  vice  president 
Bottom      row:      Barbara      Calvert,      chaplain;      Carolyn      Giffln,      marshall, 

Diane   Amundsen,    treasurer 


DELTA  DELTA  DELTA 


508   East  Chalmers  96  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Karen  Chapman,  Carolyn  Jones,  Joyce  Prosser,  Noncy  Tomm,  Jean  Innis,  Sharon  Dreymiller,  Morgot  Allison,  Diane  Amund- 
sen,   Diane    Prentiss,    Virginia    James,    Glenda    Grant,    Patricia    Jewell 

Third  row:  Carole  McCarthy,  Sharon  Lappin,  Carole  Scherwat,  Carol  Park,  Mylma  Erickson,  Priscilla  Perry,  Shirley  Lewis  Darlene 
Linha,     Barbara     Calvert,     Diantha     Spires,     Carol     White,     Sharon   Leisch,   Nancy  Sanders 

Second  row:  Carolyn  Giffin,  Kathryn  Anderson,  Nancy  Salkel,  Elizabeth  Brown,  Mrs.  Harlow,  Mary  House,  Joan  Schmidt  Barbara  Beck- 
man,    Lura    Lee   Sutton,   Carol    Combs,   Jane   Murphy 

Bottom  row:  Constance  Evans,  Barbara  Lambert,  Virginia  Blum,  Barbara  Gilbert,  Sara  Vaughn,  Carol  Bender  Sara  Helme  Mary 
Beattie 


301 


Top    row:     Gloria    Fogarty,    Barbara    Standard,    Judy    Peterson,    Joan    Winkler,    Virginia    Peterson,    Joanne    Northrup,    Jacqueline    Northrup,    Mary 

Noland,    Ginny    Wren,    Carolyn    Snader,    Marilyn    Frette,    Nancy    Schaafer,  Kay     Reeves,  Judy  Riemenschneider,   Barbara  Fowler,  Bette  Winans 
Third    row:     Janet    Royse,    Marianne    Schroder,    Charlotte    Bunn,    Ann    Keith,    Elizabeth    Thomas,    Judith   Gilman,   Janice    Kisten,    Kathryn   Sprague, 

Barbara    Arnold,    Mary    Werner,    Harriet    Arndt,    Marlyn    Ebert,    Dorothea   Lahey,  Deborah  Dolly 
Second     row:     Barbara    Baxter,    Sue    Schurman,     Pat    Moore,    Joyce    Han;en,    Barbara   McNeill,    Joan    Lundstrom,    Mrs.    Clymer,   Joyce   Armsworth, 

Marilyn    Mumma,    Carole    Owens,    Betty    Robinson,    Marilyn    Shaffer 
Bottom    row:     Suzanne   Carlson,    Marilyn    Hays,    Nancy    Richburg,    Joy    Cu  len,    Marilyn   McCall,    Joan    Kraft,   Virginia    Dorsey,    Margaret   McCarthy, 

Ann    Mitchell,    Jean    Huddleston,    Lenaye    Gable,    Sharon    rtimsr.onj 


DELTA  GAMMA 


1207  West   Nevada 


80  Active   Chapters 


Joyce  Armsworth,  vice  president;  Barbara  McNeill,  pledge  trainer;  Joan 
Lundstrom,  president;  Joyce  Hansen,  recording  secretary;  Marilyn 
Mumma,   treasurer 


302 


DELTA  PHS   EPSILON 


47  East  Chalmers  22  Active  Chcpters 


Top    row:     Jacqueline    Goldman,    Judith    Ball,    Sandra    Fralick,    Gail    Hechtman,    Joan    Ruther,    Joanne    Sherwin,    Veto    Talmadge     Karen 

Friedman,     Margery     Feder,     Ester    SchafTner,     Sonya    Silverstein,   Evelyn  Weinstein 
Third    row:     Elaine   Shanoff,   Judith    Friedman,    Donna   Alspector,   Sandra     Kaplan,     Eva     Hildesheimer,    Carole    Rose,    Sarah    Raff      Arlene 

Dubrove,  Nancee  Farber,  Anita  Kassner 
Second    row:     Barbara    Loman,    Ann    NemerofT,    Babette    Dennen,    Anita    Bitkower,    Mrs.    Schulman,    Sirella    Schwartz,   Jane   Penn,    Sandra 

Schwartz,   Louise   Lurie 
Bottom    row:     Lillian    Goodman,    Debra    Pollack,    Joyce    Cohn,    Muriel   Feingold,   Sue   Efron,   Elaine   Goodwin,   Judith   Shapiro     Jill   Fischer 

Harriet   Rosen,   Roberta   Weiner,    Rochelle   Bitkower 


303 


Top    row:     Freddie    Mitchell,     Lorraine    Brooks,    Doris    Cheatham,    Shirley   Turner,    Beverly   Skyles,   Peggy  Williams,   Barbara  Teer,   Barbara   Cook, 

Betty  Walker 
Second    row:     Jewette    Reynolds,    advisor;    Barbara    Lawrence,    Dorothy    Hooks,    Edna    Higgins,    Fredricka    Teer,    Winifred    Phillips,    Evelyn    Jones 
Bottom   row:     Barbara  Norris,  Rolinda  Skyles,   Barbara  Turner,   Barbara  Dunbar,    Constance    Bennett,    Carole   Young,    Shirley    Temple 


DELTA  SIGMA  THETA 


905   West   Oregon  230  Active   Chapters 


Top     row:     Dorothy     Hooks,     treasurer;     Fredricka    Teer,     vice    president; 

Barbara    Lawrence,   social    chairman 
Bottom    row:     Edna    Higgins,    president;    Winifred    Phillips,    secretary 


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Top    row:     Joan    Beatty,    rush    chairman;    Elizabeth    Roe,    secretary;    Anna 

Fruin,    treasurer;    Elsie    Krumpe,    pledge    trainer 
Bottom     row:     Betty    Briney,     governess;    Jane    Sweidal,     president;    June 

Kuetemeyer,   social  chairman 


DELTA  ZETA 

710  West   Ohio  82   Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     Joyce    Rieger     Sandra    Ullom,    Marilyn    Frew,    Kay    Evans,    Donna   Orr,    Johna   Glaze,    Karen    Ihlebeck,   JoAnn    Bothwell     Elsie 

Krumpe,  Shirley  Heinz,  Ruth  Caldwell 
Third    row:     Marylou    Magowan,    Janet    Brown,    Phyllis    Larson,    Marjorie    Stroberg,     Stephanie     Kusek,     Jacqueline    Orth,     Carol     Gansz 

Barbara    Pyle,    Barbara   Shellgren,    Roberta   Johnson 
Second    row:     Marianne   Krieling,   Sarah   Beggs,   Joan    Beatty,   June   Kuetemeyer,    Mrs.    Bleser,    Jane   Sweidal,    Anna    Fruin     Elizabeth    Roe, 

Betty  Briney,   Donna  Ruys 
Bottom    row:     Dawn    Bagnuolo,    Alexandra   Williams,    Alice    Zanatekos,     Jane     Page,     Terry     Butler,     LouAnn     Marshall,     Vivian     Benedetti 
Not   in    panel:     Mary   Vibert,   Marion   Hakonsen 


305 


Top  row:  Peggy  Nolan,  Jeanne  Johnston,  Nathalie  Irwin,  Virginia  Willke,  Sherrill  Hart,  Dorothy  Garland,  Karlyn  Kettelkamp,  Echo  Rhodes, 
Sharon    Cruthers,    Alice    Potts,    Jean    Anderson,    Judith    Harbaugh,    Joann    Wahl,    Carolyn    Smith,    Tirzah    Kane,    Dorothy    Brunkow 

Third  row:  Marie  Mitchell,  Vera  Jacobson,  Eileen  Frieburg,  Nina  Collins,  Beverly  Menz,  Betty  Doyle,  Jaci  Grear,  Phyllis  Hiob,  Jolene 
Winsauer,    Miriam     Lamar,     Sally    Johnson,    Shelia    Godfrey,    Sandra  Cox,  Helen  Migely,  Kay  Coultas 

Second  row:  Shirley  Krull,  Carolyn  land,  Betty  Purnell,  Norma  Bean,  Carol  Spoerl,  Marjorie  Ornellos,  Sarah  Mefford,  Marietta  Brothers,  Eliza- 
beth   Yanson,    Susan    Koch,    Carol    Osborn,    Joann    Buske,    Nance    Bowen,  Carol  Peterson,  Mary  Sonderskov 

Bottom  row:  Helen  Murdock,  Sheila  Bittman,  Janice  Swedberg,  Carlotta  Hagen,  Joel  Jarvis,  Marylee  Marbry,  Sally  Bills,  Carole  Mitchell, 
Dianne    Doolen,    Roberta    Osborn,    Carolin    Connell,    Patricia    Pieschel,  Barbara  Farrell 

Not    in    panel:     Diane    deVry,    Clara    Downs,    Diane    Parker,    Gene    Stimart,  Virginia  Strohn,  Alice  Woelfershelm 


GAMMA  PHI  BETA 


1110  West   Nevada 


58   Active   Chapters 


Top  row:  Joann  Buske,  rushing  chairman;  Nance  Bowen,  scholarship 
chairman 

Second  row:  Carolyn  Land,  treasurer;  Carol  Peterson,  social  stand- 
ards chairman;  Elizabeth  Yanson,  vice  president;  Marietta  Brothers, 
president 

Bottom  row:  Marjorie  Ornellos,  house  manager;  Betty  Purnell,  pledge 
advisor 


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Top    row:     Chorlene    Bennett,    vice   chancellor;    Diane   Zolt,    secretary 
Bottom     row:     Judy    Simon,    bursar;     Dolores    Reizner,     chancellor;     llene 
Friedman,  pledge  mother 


IOTA  ALPHA  PI 

1002   South    Lincoln  10  Active   Chapters 


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Top    row:     loris    Rissman,    Sheila    Rohr,    Norma    Shmikler,    Sondra    Rosin,    Ina   Scheckman,   Sandra   Spero,   Marilynn   Kelin,   Thelma   Cohen, 

Harriet  Raskin 
Second    row:     llene    Friedman,    Judy    Simon,    Charlene    Bennett,    Mrs.     lewison,     Dolores     Reizner,     Diane    Zolt,     Barbara     Litman,    Eileen 

Hollander 
Bottom   row:     Marilyn    Lieberman,  Sherry  Caplin,    Lois  Wertheimer,   Karen    Spolin,    Sandra    Edelman,    Nadine   Kessler,   Mona   Mozer,    Helen 

Kallison 


307 


Top   row:     Barboro    Lee,   Serena    Leber,   Marion   Johnson,      Dee   Beebee,   Suzanne    Brunkow,    Marilee    Schmidt,    Susan    Black,    Betty    Stilwell,    Alice 

Huggins,    Janet    Brown,    Mary   Siemer,    Virginia    True,    Marguerite   Wilson,  Mary  Alexander 
Third    row:     Marilyn    Reinhart,    Martha    Schueler,    Virginia    Thompson,    Patricia    Keleher,    Marilyn    Beinhauer,   Ann   Miller,   Shirley   Randols,   Janice 

Donagher,    Noel    Hurd,    Sandra    Haussermann,    Ann    Ridinger,    Miriam    Redpath,    Alice   Bower,    Sandra    Maurer,    Jean   Simon 
Second    row:     Virginia    Blevens,    Susan    Olmstead,    Doris    Drew,    Galey   Shappert,    Judy    Hoggatt,    Donna    Wilson,   Mrs.    Fletcher,    Jerrie   Bond,    Sue 

Anderson,    Kathryn    Kile,    Suzanne    Cuthbert,    Evelyn    McCreery,    Clarisse  Adams,  Jean  Kreger 
Bottom    row:     Rachel    Boys,   Julie    Ingersoll,   Catherine   Parkhill,   Susan   Woods,     Sue     Leichtman,     Martha     Link,     Susan     Moore,     Sandra     Halliday, 

Nancy    Shappert,    Sandra    Kinney,    Gail    Wonderlin,    Suzanne    Stanley,    Rosamond    Olmsted,   Patricia    Kentner,   Judith   Cleary 
Not    in    panel:     Jeanette    Mathews,    Patricia    Twardock 


KAPPA  ALPHA  THETA 


611    East  Daniel 


80   Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     Patricia    Twardock,    chaplain;    Sue    Anderson,    vice    president; 

Galey     Shappert,     corresponding     secretary 
Bottom     row:     Suzanne     Cuthbert,     treasurer;     Donna    Wilson,     president; 

Susan    Olmstead,    recording    secretary 


308 


Top   row:     Julia   Smith,   assistant  treasurer;   Ella   Albert,   treasurer 
Bottom     row:     Mary     Stark,     editor;     Dorothy     Wolf,     rushing     chairman; 

Frances     Davidson,     secretary;     Terryl     DeLong,     president;     Barbara 

Rapp,  vice  president 


KAPPA  DELTA 

1204   South    Lincoln  84   Active   Chapters 


Top  row:  Kay  Kibler,  Mary  Morrison,  Marguerite  O'Neil,  Carolyn  Owens,  Mary  Reed,  Joyce  Heath,  Juanita  Follmer  Judith  Hen- 
nig,    Mary    Miller,     Lois     Longmire,     Pamelia     Palmer 

Third  row:  Eleanor  Krous,  Margaret  Lynett,  Barbara  Crow,  Donna  Jack,  Elinor  Haberle,  Donna  Amos,  Silvia  Williams  Lynne  John- 
son,   Elene   Schiermer,    loretta    Barclay,    Gail    Hively 

Second  row:  Jane  Weigand  Dolores  Holmes,  Joanne  Knoch,  Dorothy  Kaufman,  Frances  Davidson,  Barbara  Rapp,  Mrs.  Hicks,  Terryl 
DeLong,    Ella    Albert,    Julia    Smith,    Mary    Stark,    Dorothy    Wolf 

Bottom  row:  Mary  Goodman,  Anita  Nolen,  Marsha  Lusk,  Rosina  Alexander,  Glenda  Merchant,  Judith  Herdien,  Audrey  Armstrong, 
Martha   Keen,  Mary  Keen 

Not    in    panel:     Marika   Adam,   Georgia   Miller,   Judith   Peterson,   Mary   Rigney,    Yvonne   Culverson,   Norma    Lyss 


309 


Top  row:  Martha  Gross,  Barbara  Burr,  LaVerne  Paschen,  Sally  Barton,  Janice  Heil,  Susan  Howarth,  Gayle  Gundlach,  Roberta  Olson,  Caro- 
line  Shinkle     Patricia    Butler,    Carol    Gruenwald,    Margery   Burger,    Mary   Adsit,    Isabel    Burgess,   Jo   Ann   Williamson 

Third  row:  Carol  Wendnagel,  Allene  Brodnax,  Judy  James,  Margaret  Scott,  Doris  Vogt,  Virginia  Holligan,  Suzanne  Elfgen,  Elizabeth  Griffin, 
Celia    O'Keefe,    Peggy    Handley,    Barbara    Russell,    Shirley    McVicar 

Second  row:  Mary  Kremple,  Helen  Holliday,  Dorothy  Rumsfeld,  Margaret  Roeder,  Claire  Vogt,  Mrs.  Jordan,  Nina  Temple,  Eleanor  Mayne, 
Leslie  Ator,  Ruth  Wylie  .....      -       .    ....  .  ..  ,       ..     ■. 

Bottom  row:  Eleanor  Palm,  Karen  McCarthy,  Nancy  Paxton.  Marjorie  Bean,  Andrea  Lombard,  Janet  Nichols,  Sarah  Mitchener,  Helen  Hughes, 
Patricia    Bliss,    Barbara    Dixon,    Ruthann    Reinhard,    Patricia    Hagan,  Mary  Wernecke 

Not    in    panel:     Shelia    Fallon,    Joyce    Wiese,    Eleanor    Machin,    Catherine  Howard,  Judy  Munnis,  Mary  Marvel 


KAPPA  KAPPA  GAMMA 


1102  South  Lincoln  83  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:     Claire    Vogt,    house    manager;    Judy    James,    pledge    trainer; 

Virginia    Halligan,    treasurer 
Bottom    row:     Eleanor   Mayne,   vice   president;    Nina   Temple,    president 


310 


Top    row:     Sheila    Fleming,    secretary;    Martha    Hahn,    assistant    treasurer 
Second    row:     Joan    Smith,    pledge   director;    Susan    Florman,    vice    presi- 
dent; Dorothy  House,  president 
Bottom    row:     Sara     Bergman,     treasurer;    Jane    Pomerenke,     rush    chair- 
man 


PHI  MU 

1010  South  Third  69  Active  Chapters 


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uavis,    barbara    Reynolds,    Martha    Hambrick,    Betty   Durkee,    Joyce  Pisors 

Second  row:  Ruth  Green  Martha  Hahn,  Jane  Pomerenke,  Sheila  Fleming,  Dorothy  House,  Mrs.  Mize,  Sara  Bergman  Joan  Smith 
Maureen    Murphy,    Mary    Purcell,    Vivian    Peuckert  9         '  omirn, 

Bottom  row:  Gail  Shanks  Lavon  Spratt  Donna  Graham,  Carlene  Sistrom,  Duane  Peterson,  Shirley  Herbert,  Elizabeth  Pearce,  Georgia 
tins,   Jacqueline    Leddy,    Brunhild   Schneeman 

Not  in  panel:    Susan  Florman 


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Top     row:     Rena     Levin,     Harriet    Hyman,    Diane    Kayner,    Wall  is    Helford,     Lois     Fremder,     Marjorie     Baum,     Phyllis     Urow,     Rita     Cohen,     Elaine 

Davis,  Gertrude  Weiner 
Third    row:     Myrna    Brodsky,    Audrey   Nemeroff,    Renee   Grauer,      Merle    Berkson,    Jan  is    Chessen,    Jill    Tkkner,    Paula    Ikler,    Libby    Brainen 
Second    row:     Zora    Dorfman,    Eleanor    Eisenstein,     Lois    Greenberg,    Mrs.    Heymann,   Ann    Barnert,    Eleanor   Ford,   Barbara    Kotler,   Enelle  Shkolnik 
Bottom    row:     Barbara    Baskes,    Lois    Cohen,    Marjorie    Kean,    Joyce    Taymor,     Barbara     Schuman,     Iris    Altschuler,     Deborah     Cohen,     Carol    Glick, 

Sharon   Blattburg 
Not  in  panel:     Roberta  Friedman,  Feme  Good 


PHI  SIGMA  SIGMA 

306  East  Gregory  25  Active  Chapters 


Top     row:     Feme     Good,     member     at     large;     Ann     Barnett,     president- 
Eleanor  Eisenstein,   treasurer 
Bottom    row:      Lois    Greenberg,    vice    president;    Eleanor    Ford,    secretary 


312 


Top  row:  Marlyn  Kasson,  rushing  chairman;  Constance  Kull,  pledge 
trainer;    Constance    Tazewell,    corresponding    secretary 

Bottom  row:  Margaret  Pool,  president;  Jo  Ann  Davidson,  vice  presi- 
dent; Judith  Beatty,  recording  secretary 


PI   BETA   PHI 


1005    South    Wright 


102   Active   Chapters 


313 


Top     row:     Valerie     Fredenburg,     Carole    Wilkins,     Judith     Vogel,     Loretta    Nagel,    Judith    Nelson,    Norma    Wade,    Marjorie   Kilberg,    Shirley    Han- 

taock,    Jean    Wehner 
Second    row:     Rosemary    Bauer,    Alice    Mahler,    Margaret    Ford,    Mrs.    Edith    Raith,    Eleanor   Laureys,    Elaine   Kihn,   Mary   Glorio,   Marilyn      Lescure 
Bottom    row:     Dianne    Minnoch,    Shirley    Ham,    Parthenia    Sage,    Ethel    McHenry,   Gloria   Haemker,   Virginia  Victorine,    Irene  Rizzi,   Patricia   Crummy 


PI   KAPPA  SIGMA 

907  West   Illinois  33  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Elaine  Kihn,  vice  president;  Margaret  Ford,  recording  secre- 
tary; Eleanor  Laureys,  president 

Bottom  row:  Mary  Glorio,  corresponding  editor;  Alice  Mahler,  corres- 
ponding   secretary;    Marilyn    Lescure,    treasurer 


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314 


Beverly  Wright,  secretary;  Rosalie  Librach,  scholarship  chairman; 
Renee  Dvore,  vice  president;  Enid  Weinstein,  president;  Jean 
Shanberg,  treasurer 


SIGMA  DELTA  TAU 


1  104   West   Nevada 


28   Active   Chapters 


Top  row:  Judith  Fishel,  Judith  Bromberg,  Elaine  Spigelman,  Fyllis  Mardell,  Joan  Listick,  Judith  Gollub,  Francine  Jaflfe,  Jacquie 
Cohen,    Ruth    Boraks,    Barbara    Becker,    Marilyn    Isaacson,    Constance  Sugar,  Sandra  Weisman 

Third  row:  Rosanne  Nachbar,  Charlene  Brown,  Sandra  Rubin,  Patricia  Sher,  Diane  Eisenberg,  Roberta  Resnick,  Judith  Rosenberg, 
Fruma    Borowsky,    Sue    Traxler,    Marlene    Brody,    Rissa    Margulius,  Nancy  Masor 

Second  row;  Judith  Starsky,  Deborah  Gollub,  Jean  Shanberg,  Renee  Dvore,  Mrs.  Rose  Tiger,  Enid  Weinstein,  Rosalie  Librach,  Bev- 
erly   Wright,    Roberta    Skolnik,    Doralu    Kohlmon 

Bottom  row:  Jane  Weinstein,  Sandra  Novack,  Merle  Block,  Arden  Friedman,  Mimi  Reznick,  Barbara  Brensley,  Marlene  Kaden,  Con- 
stance  Peters,    Evelyn   Allen,    Barbara    Morris 

Not  in  panel:     Toby  Greenman 


315 


Top    row:     Barbara    Williams,    Nancy   Simpson,   Joan    Stanley,    Lucretia    Robinson,    Adrienne    Pilibosian,    Alice    Peterson,    Georgene    Smith,    Marilyn 

Waters,   Patricia  Nicol 
Third    row:     Barbara    Barnes,    Marie    Fisher,    Ann    Vodak,    Moriorie    Wiegand,    Meline    Pilibosian,    Myra    Bloxom,    Merle   Smedberg,    Alice    Rudwall, 

Carol   Andrews,    Penelope   Malina,    Nancy   Dowling,    Alice   Klingensmith,   Marilyn  Gomlin 
Second     row:     Carol     Peterson,     Carole    Truckenbrod,     Emily     Beggs,     Beverly    Galvin,     Carole    Crisp,    Mrs.    McMahill,     Phyllis     Birtwell,     Susanne 

Ewing,    Joanne    Forsberg,    June    Eichler,    Lois    Beckenbaugh 
Bottom     row:     Nada     Rowand,     Carol     Ewing,    Marilyn    Dangwillo,    Carolyn     Biggs,     Margaret     Borchers,     Audrey     Holland,     Patricia     Ryan,     Enid 

Schubert,    Virginia    Hathorne,    Dourelle    Kweder 


SIGMA  KAPPA 


713   West   Ohio 


64   Active   Chapters 


Top  row:  Carole  Crisp,  first  vice  president;  Emily  Beggs,  correspond- 
ing secretary;  Phyllis  Birtwell,  president;  Sue  Ewing,  second  vice 
president 

Bottom  row:  Joanne  Forsberg,  recording  secretary;  Carole  Truckenbrod, 
historian;    Beverly    Galvin,    treasurer 


Top  row:  Elizabeth  Kercher,  editor;  Rae  Grosch,  treasurer;  Arlene 
Huddleston,     alumni     vice     president;     Joan     Rush,     secretary 

Bottom  row:  Marilyn  Ganschow,  chaplain;  Mary  Gibson,  president; 
Carolyn   Brewer,   vice  president 


THETA  UPSILON 


303   East  John 


23  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Artemis  Sotirakos,  Lois  Kudrnovsky,  Cynthia  Carlson,  Jo  Farley,  Carol  Muenter,  Judith  Walbright,  Mary  Thompson,  Susan 
Biron,  Grace  Prappas,  Judith  Martin 

Third  row:  Joan  Bordes,  Antoinette  Paulavish,  Marie  Putnam,  Clara  Putnam,  Caroline  Martin,  Nancy  Holtz,  Mary  Plys,  Bette  Ham- 
mond, Marilyn  Jones 

Second  row:  Arlene  Huddleston,  Suzanne  Eovaldi,  Joan  Johnson,  Elizabeth  Kercher,  Mary  Gibson,  Mrs.  Trankle,  Marilyn  Ganschow, 
Carolyn    Brewer,    Rae   Grosch,    Joan    Rush 

Bottom  row:  Phyllis  Lincke,  Jeanne  Erickson,  Dianna  Johnson,  Catherine  Enright,  Marjorie  Kenyon,  Arlene  DePesa,  Shirley  Campeggio, 
Jo  Ann  Williams,  Joyce  Alblinger 


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317 


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Top    row  Carol    Schaefer,    Janet    Jones,    Virginia    Rexroat,     Lois    Sabine,    Carol    Newton,    Dianne   Albert,    Shirley    Baomann 

Third    row:     Lillian    Balazs,    Joan    Vladar,    Darlene    Diekman,    Virginia    Gerhardt,    Elaine   Pohl,   Marilyn    Petersen,   Joan   Truckenbrod,    Betty   Onstad 

Second    row:     Sheila    Parrish,    Marianne    Biestek,    Darleen    Kennedy,    Betsy    Byrns,    Marjorie    Gower,    Mrs.    Gertrude    Brockmier,    Geraldine    Ryndak, 

Alice    Ogden,     Lorraine    Roulette,    Carolyn    Blackard 
Bottom      row:     Harriett     Armstrong,     Marian      Brewer,     Jacqueline     Mudra,    Mary    Taylor,    Virginia    Quaif,    Carol    Lakaff,    Marian    Webb,    Carolyn 

Smith,  Birnie  Boyer,  Anne  Wesner 
Not  in  panel:     Arlene  Stauber,  Lois  Kilburn 


ZETA  TAU   ALPHA 

808  West  Vermont  96  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:     Carol    Schaefer,    historian;    Dianne    Albert,    rushing    chairman; 

Virginia   Rexroat,    guard 
Bottom      row:     Geraldine     Ryndak,      president;     Janet     Jones,      standards 

chairman;    Alice    Ogden,    secretary;    Marjorie    Gower,    vice    president 


318 


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Top     row:     Barbara     Beatty,     social     chairman;     Karol     Weihl,     secretary; 

Sydney    Edelstein,    outside   vice   president;    Phyllis   Tipp,    treasurer 
Bottom   row:     Joy  Kranzow,   social   chairman;   Yvonne  Bernsten,   president; 

Virginia    Reda,    inside    vice    president 


BUSEY  HALL 


1111     West    Nevada 


Top    row:     Patricia    Naidert,    Donna    Larson,    Joan    Wight,    Chrisanthe    Karzas,    Betty    Buffington,    Merida    Stoke,    Judith    Locke,    Geraldine 

Celusnak,    Jeanette    Engelbrecht,    Lois   Jett,    Sharron    Gibbons,    Marilyn     Ebel,     Karen     Vaupel,     Zoe     Skalaforis,     Rita     Cohen,     Grace 

Komosa,   Sherle  Olson,   Audrey  Springs 
Third    row:     Doris    Pryor,    Pauline    Schrott,    Marion    Daus,    Doris    Brissenden,    Dolores    Stephan,    Katherine    Pinkley,    Evelyn    Saam,    Char- 

maine   Tourville,    Patricia   Klein,   Carol    Friend,    Iris   Goodnick,   Morge    Schmidt,    Marilyn    Tesmer,    Adrienne   Kaufman,    Nancy    Berquist, 

Dorothy  Schlitt,  Nancy  Hiatt 
Second  row:     Kathryn  Gronberg,  Michaeline  Costabile,  Alyce  Moy,   Noelle     Rich,     Frances     Freeman,     Donna     Evans,     Judith     Bassel,     Joan 

Weiselberg,    Mary    Rubenis,    Suzanne    Portnoy,    Clementine    Brienza,   Alberta  Wolff,   Mary  Montana,   Patsy  Patelski,  Margaret  Flowers 
Bottom    row:     Cynthia   Soter,   Judith   Cohen,    Naomi    Brooks,    Nancy    Brook,    Arlene    Gordon,    Janet    Moeller,    Ellen    Berolzheimer,    Elisabeth 

Pelcher,     Iris    Garland,    Ruth    Moyle,    Caryl    Harrington,    Eiko    Hibiya 
Not    in    panel:     Lorrie    Reusso,    Nancy    Black,    Beatrice    Katsulos,    Antigone    Chalmers,    Jane   Klitzing,    Marcia   Zipay,    Gloria   Mikuto,   June 

Kurz,     Laverne    Janes,    Derrilyn    Knudtson,    Marjory    Katz,    Janet    Penneman,    Velma    Sleight,     Christine    Catalano,     Marilyn    Scherer 


319 


Top    row:     Jane    Davis,    Anita    Reines,    Frances    Rizzo,    Sara    Tapp,    Louise   Brown,   Linda  Coxe,  Mirella  Meier,   Elizabeth   Richardson,  Joan   Breicha, 

Marilyn    Edelman,    Patricia    Pavlis,    Adrienne    Lavin,    Virginia    Reda,   Joyce  Singer,   Betty  Jurasitz,   Alisa   Berenstein 
Third    row:     Jane    Cole,    Peggy    Honn,    Joan    Gengels,    Joyce    Pickard,    Beverly   Chubat,   Marilyn   Meanger,   Julie   Rettko,    Kama   Bloomberg,   Sylvia 

Cayten,    Janet    Hersey,    Joyce    Ballard,    Margaret    Blaire 
Second     row:     Barbara     Beatty,     Eleanor     Knox,     Roberta     Ruhling,     Dorothy    Barter,    Sandra    Weinberg,    Lucille    Field,    Inna    Priede,    Jo    Almasy, 

Regina    Firant,   Jeanine   Quinn,    Catharine   Dages,    Mary   Scott 
Bottom    row:     Sylvia    Huff,   Joyce   Arbizzani,   Suzanne   Kaye,   Mary   Rasmussen,    Barbara   Herzog,   Maria   Golden,   Shirley   Pochis,   Julia   Green,   Ellen 

Schleh,    Shirley    Sanders,    Kathleen    Deeds,    Noncy    Taylor,    Nancy    Hendrix,  Diana  Haskell 
Not    in    panel:     Georgiana    Keeling,    Patricia    Sievers,    Hettie    Halls,    Barbara    Kline,    Barbara   Turner,    Frances   Woodrum,   Suzanne   Fisher,    Sandra 

Pick,    Alice    Knuth,    Lois    Minute,    Marjorie    Greenwood,    Geraldine    Rapp,    Nancy   Grundei,   Jane   Ramey,   June   Helmig 


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BUSEY  HALL 


1111     West    Nevada 


320 


Eileen  Golb,  president;  Eve  Edelstein,  corresponding  secretary;  Eileen 
Fish,  treasurer;  Joan  Werner,  social  chairman;  Ethel  Naiditch,  vice 
president;  Marlene  Horberg,  freshman  advisor;  Carolyn  Lamet, 
recording    secretary 


WGS 


E.  K.  T.  CLUB 


1106    West    Oregon 


Top    row:     Judith    Reimer,   Sandra    Romanoff,    Betty   Kessler,    Diana   Glickman.    Barbara    Dubinsky,    Merle    Sachar,    Bonnie    Dolins,    Marlene 

Pines,    Gail    Plusker,    Merle   Ward,    Marilyn    Green 
Second    row:     Eve    Edelstein,    Eileen    Fish,    Ethel    Naiditch,    Sarah    Friedlander,     Eileen    Golb,    Joan    Werner,    Marlene    Horberg      Carolyn 

Lamet 

Bottom     row:     Sharon    Sugarman,    Audrey    Kipnis,     Barbara     Lieberman,   Leah  Levin,  Barbara  Feuerzeig,  Joan  Shops,  Carol  Markle    Arlene 

rrotus 


321 


Top  row  Emma  lou  Vier,  Patricia  Mulvey,  Joan  Sukowicz,  Marcia  Williams,  Marjorie  Byron,  Roxane  Kamm,  Ragnhild  Hiscox,  Nancy  Anderson, 
Madonna   Miller,    Ruth   Godfrey,   Barbara   Jacobson,   Gloria   Fenner,   Patricia    Ewald,    Gloria   Muczynski,    Carole   Kamm     Elizabeth   Edwards 

Fourth  row  Frances  Starr,  Mary  Tomlinson,  Anita  Morrell,  Dorothy  Barclay,  Barbara  Bein,  Virginia  Glass,  Audrey  Veazie,  Eva  Gawronska, 
Marlene  Kueera,   Gretchen  Johnson,  Mary  Herman,   Elaine  Heytow,   Roberta  Schlesinger,   Agnes  Bures,  Sylvia  Arakawa,  Myrna  Matusen,  Joyce 

ThirdM'w  JAnn'caiBnGe','eDoris  Krull,  Helen  Shabino,  Ethel  Kotsoulis,  Janet  Smith,  Anita  Magana,  Anette  Buesking,  Mrs.  Cotter,  Michkey  Gaza, 
Betty    Conreaux,    Lorraine   Geittmann,    Helen    Andrews  „.,„,,,    ,.ru„ 

Second  row:  Shirley  Bailey,  Arlene  Berg,  Marilyn  Gallop,  Dona  Fletcher,  Judith  Jones,  Bonita  Bernard,  Helen  Martinson.  Dorothy  Berkey, 
Judith    Friedman,    Roberta    Gistenson,    June    Armstrong,    Claudette    Bendit  „.._..-  o  u-.»      i D„m„^H 

Bottom  row:  Patricio  Waller,  Susanne  Williams,  Helga  Ross,  Shirley  Jackson,  Yvonne  Seadin,  Elome  Grossman,  Peggy  Hite,  Joan  Ramock,, 
Louise  Wieselman,   Lotus  Miller 


EVANS  HALL 


1115    West    Nevada 


Top  row:  Elizabeth  Vier,  freshman  advisor;  Ruth  Hortin,  president;  Rae 
Starr,  secretary;  Bernadine  Bernhardt,  treasurer;  Mrs.  Cotter,  head 
resident;    Joan    Smoots,    social   chairman 

Bottom  row:  Lynn  Bryant,  social  chairman;  Delores  Hughes,  hall  council; 
Mary  Richman,  vice  president 


322 


EVANS  HALL 


1115    West    Nevada 


Top  row:  Karen  Brown,  Marian  Weisbord,  Delia  Lyons,  Betlye  Walker,  Marianne  Ivey,  Janene  Johnson,  Mary  Hetzel,  Winifred  Stone, 
Joan  Eaton,  Frances  Berhardt,  Patricia  Kane,  Kendra  McKemie,  Marlene  Bress,  Marylynn  Komarek,  Lillian  Jenkins,  Joyce  Green- 
field,   Barbara   Wolfe,    llene    Lewandowski,   Jean    Krause,    Darlene  Whalen 

Fourth  row:  Rosalyn  Nitzkin,  Kay  Koch,  Francis  Gambill,  Carolyn  Kay,  Marjorie  Nelson,  Jeanne  Jaraez,  Constance  Berutti  Emily 
Kampert,    Barbara    Fretwell,    Mary    Walton,    Judith    Malek,    Helen    Rossetti,    Ann    Stewart,    Virgini    Churchill 

Third  row:  Audrey  Schulz,  Sarah  Katz,  Sandra  Gimpel,  Delores  Hughes,  Rae  Starr,  Ruth  Hortin,  Mary  Richman,  Bernadine  Bernhardt, 
Joan    Smoots,    Lynn    Bryant,    Janet   Cox,    Jane    Burkhart 

Second  row:  Joan  Pilot,  Mary  Fennessey,  Gloria  Whalen,  Shirley  Thomas,  Johnnita  Daniel,  Mary  Fung,  Dorothy  Fung,  Jane  Thomp- 
son,   Barbara    Postlewait,    Marilyn    Sherman,   Anita    Lydigsen,    Johanna   Grites 

Bottom  row:  Barbara  Spencer,  Judith  Johnson,  Martha  Parker,  Joyce  Hildenbrand,  Gloria  Graves,  Wanda  Wyllie,  Shirley  Pelch, 
Pat   Tower,    Lucille    Papke,    Nancy   Ahrendt 


323 


Top    row:     Joanne    Helms,    Charlotte   Hogan,    Mary   Hogan,   Angle    Putt,    Irlene    Parrill,    Ruth    Behrends,    Marilyn   Huber,    Lila    Ricketts,   Marlys    Loth- 
son       Gladys     Grommet,     Juliann     Ankenbrand,     Patricia     Paxton 
Third    row:     Nancy   Judd,    Ima    Bossier,    Donna    Hawks,   Martha   Massie,   Janet    Johnson,     Barbara     Boyd,    Mary    Jensen,    Jane    Behnnger,     Kothryn 

Secon^ow^Marlare"'  Francis"  Audrey  Nelson,  Elizabeth  Jenner,  Marilyn  Marine.  Leona  Webb,  Patricia  Renken,  Judith  Konneker,  Nancy 
Monroe,    Carol    Firch,    Rita    Schertz,    Phyllis    Whitehead  «..._,.  r,     u.  o    .  ■   ■        u 

Bottom  row:  Mariorie  Haerdt,  Mary  Lindsay,  Mary  Leigh,  Jacquelin  ;  Webb,  Rita  Thomson,  Sally  Parkinson,  Jean  Rushton,  Patricia  Mc- 
Cartney,   Eleanore    Janssen,    Carol    Underwood 


4-H   HOUSE 


202    East    Green 


Top    row:     Carol    Firch,    social    chairman;    Marilyn    Morine,    corresponding 

secretary;    Judith    Konneker,    treasurer 
Second    row:     Audrey    Nelson,    recording    secretary;     Kay    Jenner,    house 

manager 
Bottom     row:     Nancy     Monroe,     commissar;     Patricia     Renken,     president; 

Jean  Webb,  vice  president 


324 


Top  row:  Dione  Pinsky,  social  chairman;  Balfura  Henkin,  song  chair- 
man; Temma  Rubenstein,  social  chairman;  Jacqueline  Greenblatt, 
secretary;    Sue    Greenfield,    house    manager 

Bottom  row:  Enid  Levy,  activities  chairman;  Geraldine  Taymor,  presi- 
dent;   Charna    Sugeman,    vice   president;    Ellen    Manowitz,    treasurer 


INDECO 


1106   South   Third 


WGS 


Top    row:     Donna    Ehrlich     Nancy    Cooperman,    Francine   Skar,    Rochelle   Goldberger,    Judith    Frank     Sand 
Klapman,    Marnie   Meltzer,    Marlene   Stein,    Frieda    Lome 

ThirdRn?nW/'     m  VJ'$   u-0^''  UMe",'e    P?ntOW,i<:h'1.,  Shir'ey    S,ein'    Shirley   Spielman,    Joan    Lieber,   Sandra    Eisenstein 
Bazar,     Malko    Mirvis,     Marilyn     Siegal,    Norma     Linkow,    Sandra    Mozir,    Banita    Homer,    Balfura    Henkin 

°Jacq3ine  GmreeanblaUttenS,em'  Manowib.    Charna    Sugerman,    Geraldine   Taymor.    Enid    Levy,   Susan    Greenfield,    Diane    Pinsky. 

Bottom   row:       Lila  Goldberg,  Joanne  Fleisher,  Alice  Mayer,  Tirzoh  Simon 

Suzanne    Iseberg,    Judith    Shapiro,    Rebecca    Chromon 
Not    in    panel:     Eleanor   Cowan,    Sherie    Grass,    Ann    Meyer 


ra   Stupner,    Carol    Spitzer,    Merle 
Barbara   Mantell,    Ruth 
enfield,    Diane    Pinsky, 
Leah    Levin,    Miriam    Bern,    Naomi    Utscher,    Darlene   Schwartz, 


325 


Natalie    Saxon,    Judy    Ellman,    Arlene    Levy 


Tod    row     Caryll    Ellman,    Kay    Levinson,    Beverly    Bersen,    Jaclyn    Ordman,    Sandra    Ableman,    Natalie    Saxon,    Judy    bllman,    Arien 
TMrd    row     Joy    Novit     fhelma    Kempne  ,    Rhodo    Dunn,    Joan    Gold,    Joan    Rosenbloom,    Marlene    Goldstem      Beverly    Kantor 
SeondTow       Edith    Slater,    Estelle    Abrams.    Sandra    Epstein.    Mrs.    McDowell,    Renee    Dobkin     She.lo      acobson.    Ina    Brown 
Bo  torn      ow     Ma rjorie    Tunick,    Arlyne    Borov,    Carole    Waitzmon,    Marcia    Martin,    Francine    Wittert,    Helen    Cohen,    Suzanne    Sklar 


Bottom     ro 

Not   in   panel:     Rubey   Frasier,   Eva   Klein,   Sandra   Vlay 


WGS 


LAUREL  HOUSE 


307    East    John 


Renee     Dobkin,     vice      president;      Sandra      Epstein,      president;      Estelle 
Abrams,    social    chairman;    Sheila    Jacobson,    treasurer 


326 


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Top    row:     Cynthia   Jordan,    vice   president;    Evelyn    Gepford,    treasurer 
Bottom    row:     Mary    Larson,    secretary;    Virginia    Frank,    president 


LEEMAN   LODGE 


309    East    John 


WGS 


Top  row:  Martha  Wahl,  Arlene  Bedau,  Barbara  Heideman,  Suzanne  Peterson,  Patricia  Jensen,  Betty  Nicholson,  Josephine  Vyse. 
Shirley    Barber,    Joan    Johnson,    Donna    Jones,    Carol    Sims 

Second  row:  Gayle  Furman,  Diane  Pershing,  Nancy  Moore,  Jean  Kornegger,  Mary  Crider,  Donna  McGath,  Gail  Anderson,  Patricia 
McGath,    Darby    McGinty,    Mary    Jackson,    Janet    Smith 

Bottom  row:  Patricia  Ritter  Eleanor  Larson,  Duaine  Krug,  Suzanne  Kennedy,  Carol  Boeringa,  Virginia  Frank,  Marlyn  Douglas  Eve- 
lyn   Oepford,    Cynthia    Jordan,    Mary    Larson,    Margaret    Ray 


327 


Top     row:     Shirley    Mackall,     Barbara     Hayer,     Margaret    Schlaeger,     Mildred    Jemilo,    Nancy    Torma,    Martha    Rhine,    Joan    Smith,    Betty    Hoffman 
Sixth    row:     Sandra    Matzkin,    Lois    Zittler,    Gail    Perry,    Millicent    Propst,    Mary    Kocher,    Wilma    Frostenson,    Margaret    Schumann,    Jean    Wehner, 

Carol  Hamlin,  Sandra  Beushausen 
Fifth    row:     Barbara    Bieszczat,    Barbara   Goldman,   Janet   Placek,    Ruth   Miskovsky,   Violet  Ward,   Carole  DeWall,   Myrna  Mackey,   Phoebe  Varvayn, 

Mary    Beckmeyer,    Roseann   Ginther,   Norma   Schroeder,   Nancy   Hanks,   Jane   Berges,   Kathleen   Gorman,   Barbara   Fautz 
Fourth    row:     Vivienne    Rose,    Joyce    Poggioli,    Joyce    Gill,    Gloria    Stedem,    Joyce    Putnam,    Sandra    Stinson,    Mary    Pavlovich,      Carolyn    Moody, 

Irene   Vogel,    Irene   Nestorowych,   Jean   Schroth,    Patricia   Trotter 
Third    row:     Mary    Rausch,    Myrna    Campbell,    Phyllis    Miner,    Carole   Clark,   Theresa    Ruth,    Lenore   Smith,    Miss   McNamara,   Miss  Thackray,   Sandra 

Morgan,   Jeanette   Hoover,   Susan   Boyd,   Marilyn   Marchok,   Norma   McClure,   Bonnie  McManus 
Second    row:     Sandra    Chadwell,    Rosetta    Solomon,    Arlene    Kruslak,    Sherry     Rossiter,     Judith     Klepinger,     Sandra     Barnbaum,     Arlene     Greenberg, 

Janet    Cobain,    Patricia    Skelly,    Bebe    Bowers,    Nancy    Dufour,    Penelope    Heale,   Joan    Reichenbacher,    Julaine    Brayford 
Bottom   row:     Sally  Goetz,   Elinor   Hixson,   Elizabeth   Dusch,   Kay   Helde,   Lucretia    Kolanczyk,    Lois   Sakelson,   Joyce  Totten,   Shirley  Scherer,    Loretta 

Brouk,  Roberta  Weitzman,  Ruth  Perls 


LINCOLN  AVENUE  RESIDENCE,  NORTH 


1005    South    Lincoli 


Top  row:  Jeanette  Hoover,  committee  coordinator;  Susan  Boyd,  secre- 
tary; Sandra  Morgan,  treasurer 

Bottom  row:  Carol  Goldstein,  social  chairman;  Marilyn  Marchok,  presi- 
dent; Mary  Vachta,  vice  president 


328 


Top    row:     Vernette    Nelson,    secretary;    Marcia  Leuchter,    vice    president; 

Marilyn    Krueger,    committee    coordinator 

Bottom    row:     Marian    Pavlik,    social    chairman;  Janet h    Briggs,    president; 

Dorine  Chancellor,   treasurer 


LINCOLN  AVENUE  RESIDENCE,  SOUTH 


1005    South    Lincoln 


Top    row:     Constance    Mitchell,    Judith    Schultz,    Marjorie    Smith,    Joyce  Torii,   Constance  Wachs,   Vivian   Shay,   Patricia   Hoqeueen,   Eleanor 

Anderson,    Janice   Wilkes,    Judith    Harding,    Margaret   Gher,    Loretta    Benner,    Marcia    Silver,    Dorothy    Kehart,    Nancy    Kueh'n,    Mary 

Shoecraft,    Marcia    Leuchter,    Paulette    Mastoon,    Janice    Schallman 
Fifth   row:     Betty   Brown,   Nancy  Mays,  Martha  Hoerdt,  Ann  Mundy,   Elizabeth    McCoy,    Naomi    Colisoff,    Barbara    Kovitz,    Adrienne    Siegel, 

Patricia    Miller,    Shirley    Garrett,    Enid    Levien,    Nancy    Anderson,   Vida   Gaskaite,   Audrey  Kjell,    Luella   Broaddus,   Eleanor  Popovsky, 

Susan   Harthmen 
Fourth    row:     Mary    Lilja,    Rhoda    Adams,    Ruth    Gronert,    Beverly    Blacksher,   Barbara  Wolf,  Stella  Olfanos,  Janey  Engbring,   Diane  Deeg, 

Donna   Cary,   Evelyn  Samuels,   Marilyn   Zeal,   Bridget   Betkauskas,    Faith    Roubik,    Donna    James,    Dolores    Madsen,    Mary    Stick,    Lois 

Lackner 
Third    row:     Molly    Hammett,    Enid    Hilstein,    Arlene    Gaby,    Charlotte   Rollin,   Caryn   Singer,   Joyce  Horvath,   Florene  Pell,   Dorothy  Arndy, 

Bernadette   Sexaponas,   Joan    Reilley,    Vernette   Nelson,    Diane   Oliver,     Margaret     Keranen,     Patricia     Ryan,     Miriam     Roberts,     Jean 

Mateika,    Audrey    Sacco,    Suzanne    Myers,    Lola    Sanner 
Second    row:     Clara    Neylon,    Dorothy    Chambers,    Nancy   Wilson,    Barbara  Forgy,  Joan  Phi  His,  Ramona  Hesterman,  Elaine  Paxinos,  Alosia 

Eichelberger,     Beverly    Sturt,     Ellen     Eastburn,     Lorraine     Brodsky,    Peggy    Majors,    Anita    Simkin,     Betty    Mungal,    Elizabeth    Seago, 

Petina  Allen,  Judith  Hage 
Bottom    row:     Paula    Gerspacher,    Zina    Berman,    Adrienne    Cohen,    Sandra     Dolgonos,     Arlene     Oeozes,     Lillian     Nishida,     Dorothy    Kato, 

Etianna   Gulbenkian,   Joan   Warp,   Marilyn    Rubenstein,   Anne   Singer,    Patricia    Powers,    Anne    Melamed,    Barbara    Lukes,    Gloria    Sin- 
clair 


329 


Top    row:     Julie    Ellis,    Morjorie   Jacobs,    Ann    Farrell,   Joyce    Peterson,    Doris    Rodd,    Jeannette    Thier,    Barbara    Hoffman,    Audrey    Laznicka,    Patricia    Giller,    Dixie    Meyer, 

Lorraine    Snyder,    Junetta     Rabito,    Sandra    Thomas,    Mary    Fulton,    Carol    Horton 
Sixth    row:     Norma    Richardson,    Carole    Cremer,    Phyllis    Marshak,    Olivia    Batteast,    Kathlyn      Lawrence,      Patricia      Plummer,      Barbara     Soderberg,     Joanne     Rowley,     Betty 

Brown,    Phyllis    Janus,    Helen     Laczynska,    Mary    O'Connor,    Janet    Skiles,    Janic3  Simpkins,  Virginia  David,  Jean  Doherty 
Fifth    row:     Gail    Fischer,    Audrey    Vetter,    Annette    Glatt,    Ann    llaane,    Patricia    Harbarger,    Nancy    Lorenz,    June    White,    Mary    Mangaoang,    Janis    Baker,    Susan    Pratt, 

Roberta    Weiner,     Mary    Hanafin,    Nancy    Neimeier,    Gloria    Corduan 
Fourth    row:      Patricia    Schnulle,    Elaine    Hatals,    Delores    Read,     Elaine    Oderkirk,    Edith    Penington,    Carolyn    Bostic,    Cornelia    Fechtner,    Doris    Lapp,    Tempie    Tartt,    Eleanor 

Willstead,     Lillian     Kirk,     Doris    Vanis,     Elizabeth     Thomas,     Barbara     Simon 
Third    row:     Jacquelyn    Hoffman,    Adrienne    Katz,    Carolyn    Campbell,    Mary    Brown,    Renee     Freedman,     Judy     Detina,     Barbara     Peterson,     Audrey     Swaney,     Sue     Gordon, 

Shirley    Zetcher,    Annie    Toles,    Elaine    Mehlman,    Edith    Brockman,    Willie    Frazier,   Elizabeth   Perry 
Second    row:     Marguerite   Wilson,    Lenore    Leven,    Mary   Goldman,    Barbara   Brog,   Judith   Kelch,   Jeanette  Gullick,  Jo  Hostettler,     Geraldine  Fekete,  Marvene   Baker,   Frances 

Berg,    Mary    Novosad,    Carol    Rosenthal,    Donna    Dover,    Rose    Maier 
Bottom    row:     Barbara    Reed,    Margaret    Caskey,    Nadean    Braner,    Karen    Fooks,    Barbara    Grammer,    Carol    Hajicek,    Marcia    Painter,    Joan    Rademacher,    Sharron    Wolfer, 

Paula  Wasserman,  Elaine  Grauer,  Rosemary  Marzee 

LINCOLN  AVENUE  RESIDENCE, NORTH 

1005    South    Lincoln 


LINCOLN  AVENUE  RESIDENCE,  SOUTH 

1005    South    Lincoln 

Top    row:     Jeanne    Josephson,    Marilyn    Krueger,    Arden    Rusch,    Frances    Szymanski,    Anna    Bozis,    Nancy    Schilf,    Nancy    McCleery,    Joan    Heberlein,    Barbara    Winters,    Nancy 

Phelps,    Joan    Shaw,    Lois    Hexdall,    Jean    Ayson,       Pearl    Shiff,    Marian    Reininger,   Etta  Jacobs,   Barbara   Berger 
Fifth     row:      Ruth     Shamberg,     Susan     Shirley,    Janice     Bacon,     Carol     Anderson,     Carmon    Edmundson,    Janice    Briggs,   Annette   Hankin,   Patricia   Gustafson,    Nancy    Lachmann, 

Janet    Collins,    Nancy    Sellers,    Norma    Dystrup,    Thelma    Chapman,    Joan    Raschke,    Dalia    Ozelis,    Barbara     Lenell,    Madeline    Genovesi,    Moral    Weirette 
Fourth    row:     Janet    Cisna,    Marsha    Kanzelbaum,    Lucy    Breger,    Harriet    Karm,    Carol    Bernstein,     Dixie     Daymont,     Charlotte     Konneker,     Harriet     Arndt,     Gerthaline     Aines, 

Marcia    Young,    Barbara    Luehring,    Irene    Seligman,    Diana    Rea,    Joyce    Allen,    Emily  Robinson,   Donna  Murins,   Ruth   Keller 
Third    row:     Devera    Friedman,    Bonnie   Wahlstrom,    Betty    Priggie,    Mary    Palmer,    Jean    Cooper,    Carole    Leverty,    Nancy    Arms,    Phyllis    Bkezina,    Lucille    Teagfeld,    Dorine 
Chancellor,    Jarice    Lamos,    Eileen    Belcaster,    Gail    Arfstrom,    Nancy    Neely,    Carol    Metz,    Carol    Whitlock,     Irene    Rassmussen,    Arlene    Marovic,     Marilynn    Dunn 

"an    Haren,    Gail    Elwell,    Marilyn    Babb,    Alice    Weber,    Marcia    Fligel- 
ton,  Janice  Dunn 
Pana,    Nelly    Lee,    Mary    Jalovee,    Adele    Crane,    Sydell    Schoene- 


330 


""Wtflf" 


Dolores  Strode,  treasurer;  Rosella  Ervin,  vice  president;  Nance  Postle- 
wait,  president;  Dorothy  Kramer,  secretory;  Judith  Zink,  social  chair- 
man 


Mckinley  hall 


801    South    Wright 


Top  row:  Mary  Campbell,  Shirley  Berfield,  Patricia  Anderson,  Barbara  Shroyer,  Polly  Kunath,  Joan  Swanson,  Mary  Uffelman  Joan 
Patton,    Marilyn    Jones,    Janet    Bradley,    Phyllis    Sullens,    Marilyn   Doty,    Carol    Walker,    Ellen    Bell,   Martha   Ruckman     Teresa    Damato 

Fourth  row:  Olive  Durham,  Janece  Tippy,  Constance  Randies,  Edna  McCue,  Lillie  Canterbury,  Betty  Hadley,  Deloris  Hickman, 
Margaret   Smith,    Doloris    Engelking,    Shirley    Melms,    Helen    Kausic,   Jane  Greene,   Virginia   Hollowell,   Nancy   Brown,   Elizabeth  Armiri 

Third  row:  Betty  Gabriel,  Eleanor  Bunting,  Jean  Reace,  Marjorie  Headley,  Virginia  Scott,  Dorothy  Kramer,  Rosella  Erv'in  Nance  Postle- 
wait,   Mrs.    Phelan,   Dolores   Strode,   Judith   Zink,    Elinor   Lueking,    Barbara    Lowis,    Lorraine   Upton,   Jane   Jones 

Second  row:  Carol  Mercer,  Sharon  Smith,  Nancy  Womeldo.ft,  Elaine  Buciak,  Sarah  Robinson,  Marjorie  Swanson,  Judith  Miller  Mary 
Sammons,   Sheila   Henry,   Rachel   Day,   Mary   Lewis,   Ruth   Baughman 

Bottom  row:  Lois  Weber,  Barbara  Reace,  Margaret  Cronkrite,  Helen  Chick,  Marilyn  Rains,  Helen  White,  Elizabeth  Shinn  Gloria  Rib- 
nek,    Janice    Franklin,    Joyce    Day,    Anita    West,    Judith    Tibbits 

Not   in   panel:     Beverly   Hill,   Karen   Tippy,   Mary  Soper 


Top  row:  Elizabeth  Stege 
Joanne  Limes  tall.  Ma 
Emig 


>r,    Ramona    Anthony,    Mary    Sehurla,    Barbara    Bowers,     Victoria     Razmo,     Doris     Rosenau,     Joyce     Faw,     Arline     Ekstedt 
arilyn    Gillison,    Patricia    Gerrity,    Caryl    Bantz,    Olga    Sleznick,    Betty    Ohlson,    Barbara    Steger,    Mary    Eversole,    Nanc; 


Not  in  panel:     Gloria  Barkley,  Sandra  Stinson 


WGS 


PALAMAR 


607    East    Daniel 


Top  row:  Barbara  Steger,  secretary;  Joanne  Limestall,  president; 
Joanne    Kamradt,    treasurer;    Carole    Kullen,    public    relations 

Bottom  row:  Verna  Dushek,  vice  president;  Betty  Ohlson,  social  chair- 
man 


332 


Top  row:  Eleanor  Rollo,  president;  Sally  Kietzman,  treasurer;  Joyce 
Armstrong,     social     chairman;     Ruth    Schertz,     secretary 

Bottom  row:  Audrey  Swanson,  vice  president;  'Beth  Feldman,  freshman 
advisor 


PRESBYTERIAN   HALL 


405    East   John 


Top  row:  Kay  Ent.  Donna  Edwards,  Leanna  Notz,  Patricia  Coyle,  Barbara  Ransdell,  Barbara  Tucker,  Phyllis  Stolz  Barbara  Cochran 
Carole  Patrick,  Chairrnian  Clem,  Virginia  Fortney,  Ann  Rasmussen,  Enid  Ewing,  Ruth  McNabb,  Carol  Carmean,  Beth  Feldman 
Joann  bhuman,   Virginia  Meecn 

Second  row:  Joan  Stalling*  Anna  Holliday,  Helen  Meyers,  Martha  Serven,  Harriet  Godeke,  Joan  Bellmar,  Julia  Huber,  Joyce  Arm- 
strong Linda  Aldndge,  Alice  Behng,  Sally  Kietzman,  Janet  Knight,  Sandra  Wilcox,  Mary  Cooper,  Carolyn  Burrus,  Ruth  Schertz. 
/v\ary  McOrath 

Bottom  row:  Barbara  Shack  Jean  Holderman,  Sally  Ross,  Ann  Matthews,  Doris  Knox,  Ellen  Abbott,  Eleanor  Rollo,  Audrey  Swanson, 
Geraldme     Knight,     Mario     Kelly,     Marione     Nugent,     Marjorie    Giles,    Annette    Gulder 


333 


Top    row:     Pamela    Shepherd,    Nancy    Link,    Carole    Malmin,    June    Becka,    Betty    Lee,    Charler.e   Grant,    Royce    Koors,   Jean    Rankin,    Alice    Conn, 

Ann   Gardner,    Phyllis   Thompson,    Ruth    Hook,   Sally    Lewis,   Carole   Heath 
Fourth    row:     Kay    Carlson,    Mary    Reuter,    Barbara    Zizek,    Barbara    Bales,  Vera  Shevchuk,  Nancy  Karls 
Third    row:     Bonnie    Payne,    Patricia    Palmer,    Lois    Bauer,    Geraldine   Gerber,  Corinne  Doo 
Second     row:     Martha    Boren,    Judy    Nicholson,    Mary    Shuman,    Judy    Erickson,   Mar.lyn   Kerchenfaut 
Bottom     row     Beverly     Lee,     Beverly    Dalton,    Shirley    Ross,    Sharon    Neher,    Jo   Ann    Stedt,    Suzanne   Kuhle,    Phyllis   Siegert 


WGS 


Top  row:  Lois  Bauer,  treasurer;  Martha  Boren,  activity  chairman;  Carole 
Heath,   social   chairman 

Bottom  row:  Vera  Shevchuk,  president;  Nancy  Karls,  secretary,  Bev- 
erly Dalton,  vice  president 


RUSTE  ARMES 


404    East    John 


334 


Top     row:     Mary    Mclnnes,    president;     Carol     Nydam,     treasurer;     Eileen 

Stanock,   secretary 
Bottom    row:     Geraldine    Smith,    vice    president;    Carol    McElhany,    social 

chairman 


SHERWOOD  LODGE 


313    East   John 


WGS 


Top    row:     Rosemary    Eannarino,    Carol    Patton,    Barbara    Atkins,    Carol    Hickman,   Jane   Towner,   Patricia   Farrell,    Phyllis   Terwische,    Betty 

Johansen,    Dorothy   Massey,    Eileen    Hochberger,    Sarah   Allen,    Diane   Maltas,   Sara   Wilson,   Carol   Nydam,   Zona   Fleming 
Third    row:     Barbara    Danielsen,    Na«cy   Heath,    Arlene   Fitzgerald,    Mary    Lindsay,    Joyce    Watt,    Barbara    Craven,    Patricia    Becker,    Carol 

Mullen,    Esther    Storer,    Donna    Meils,    Roberta    Hickman,    Arlene  Shaddock,   Marilyn   Boehme,    Lois   Doxey,   Charlotte  Tuxhorn'  Anida 

Baxa,    Gertrude    Ulbrich,    Laurel    Wiersema 
Second     row:     Catherine    Aplington,     Jacquelyn     Spielman,     Jacquelyn     Gale,     Frances     Beyer,     Eileen     Stanock,     Geraldine    Smith,     Mrs. 

Robinson,    Mary    Mclnnes,    Carol    McElhany,    Amy   Shoemaker,    Patricia    Baima,    Margaret    Wright,    Barbara    Sebo,    Joan    Lamberty 
Bottom    row:     Arlene   Tidd,   Sandra   Mclver,   Joan   Davis,   Jeanette   Willis,     Barbara    Orr,    Catherine    Westcott,    Glenda    McDaniei      Juliana 

Devine,   Patricia   Klautsch 


335 


Top    row:     Mary    McKee,    Barbara    Hazard,    Doris    Evans,    Dorothy    Roberts,     Lisa    Galam,    Virginia    Klatt,    Stella     Lyman,     Helen    Carter,    Carlene 

Somers 
Second    row:     Linda    Lee,    Evelyn    Harner,    Eleanor   Berry,    Pamela   Gillespie,    Doris    Williams,    Sadie    Poinsett,    Ruby    Chen,    Mildred    Player,    Janice 

Roeth,    Betty   Suter,   Chin   Suh,   Glendora   Movgin,   Janice   Cocking,   Mariann   Nolta 
Bottom    row:     Margaret    Boswell,    Doris    Crist,    Frances    Smith,    Beverly    Blue,    Mrs.    Minton,    Marilyn   Spitzer,    Mary   Huntwork,    Marilyn    Petrini 


STRATFORD  HOUSE 


312   East  Daniel 


Top  row:  Marilyn  Spitzer,  treasurer;  Mrs.  Minton,  Virginia  Klatt,  fresh- 
man representative;  Margaret  Boswell,  secretary;  Marilyn  Petrini, 
chaplain 

Second  row:  Beverly  Blue,  president;  Mary  McKee,  standards  chairman; 
Frances  Smith,  social  chairman;  Doris  Crist,  vice  president;  Pamela 
Gillespie,  assistant  social  chairman;  Doris  Williams,  assistant  com- 
missar 

Bottom  row:       Mary  Huntwork,  commissar 


336 


Top    row:     Wilma     Hickman,    Karyl    Sellmyer,     Irene    Osvald,    Jacqueline    Smith,    Vivian   Carlson 
Third    row:     Nijole    Velza,    Alexandra    Pojedinok,    Joan    Dvorchak,    Alice    Carpenter 
Second  row:     Marguerite  Jones,  Sally  Hull,  Mae  Hasegawa 

Bottom     row:     Nadia     Strotshunk,     freshman     advisor;     Reta     Miller,     president;     Ravae    Sharp,    secretary-treasurer;     Lolita    Woodard,    social    chairman;    Anne    Bages      vice 
president 


ALPHA  HOUSE 


1207  West  Springfield 


BEL-AIRE 


1104  West    Illinois 


Top    row:     Marilyn    Trexler,    Lois    Oberle,    Alma    Norris,    Bernedine    Gernon 

Third    row:     Opal    Cowan,    Nancy    Arnesen,    vice    president;    Kaye    Greenwood,    Joyce    Hellstrom,     Blanche    Fairbanks,    Jan    Grill,    Alyce    Wheelock      Joyce    Mclntyre 
Second     row:     Susan     Lyman,     Sallee     Elmore,     Barbara     Goforth,     Maria     Baez,     secretary;     Glenda     Lichtenberger,     Frances     Scales,     Sally     Barrick    '  Elynor     Holier 
Bottom     row:     Jane     Purdy,     Marilyn     Shirey,     Barbara     Gerber,     Judith     Swain,     Jeannine  Lobaugh,   president;  Joan  Wasniewski,  Dorothy  Marlin 
Not    in     panel:     Delores    Davis,     Bonnie    Grassnickle,    Jeanne    Johnson,    treasurer 


337 


Top    row     Margaret   Work,    Marcia    Marks,    Shelley    Goodman,    Eunice    Myers,    Barbara   Anderson,    Ellen    Zinner,   Frances   Steiner,   Joan   Fettig 

Second     row:     Pamela    Martin,     Henrietta    Virkau,     Eleanore    Szymanski,    Judith    Hedge,   Mary   Venciova,   Sharon   Vetter,   Gloria   Andrews,   Koyla   Goldman,   Abigail   Hage- 

Bottom"  row:     Parthenia    Sage,     historian;     Sandra    Teakert,    Carol    Sweda,    Geraldine    Parsons,    treasurer;    Sheila    Courier,    vice    president;    Carlo    Smith,    president;    Ann 
Wolfenstein,    secretary;     Lauri    Wright,    social    chairman;     Irene    Rizzi,    chaplain 


BEAU  CHATEAU 


212   East  Green 


BETA  HOUSE 


901    South   Lincoln 


Top    row:     Carol    Kushino,    Donna    Lewis,    Camilla    Lyon,    Vivienne    Huffman,    Doris    Naumann,      Patricia      Sergent,      Alice     Shepherd,      Barbara      Huck,      Frances      Handrock 

Second    row:     Edith    Peschang,    Adele   Haven,    Judith   Smith,    Myra    Kolditz,    Dorothy   Sutz,  Mary  Parent,  Mildred  Larkin 

Bottom    row:     Ludovica    Luinys,    social    chairman;    Ruby    Nakagawa,    secretary;    Janet   Vaughn,   vice   president;   Marion   Knol,   president 

Not  in  panel:     Carole  Dolesh,  Gayle  Goodin 


338 


iiiiiiilTlUit. 


Top    row:      Marylynn   St.   Aubin,    Lorna    Hoge,    Nelle   Mattingly,   Alice   McKenzie 

Third    row:      Betty    Bradshaw,    Judith   Sellmyer,    Barbara    Fairbairn 

Second    row:      Sylvia    Jacob,    Jane    Ikeda,    Nancy    Thorp,    Irene   Nakaumra 

Bottom    row:      Carol    Scheibe,    social    chairman;   Joan   Martin,   vice   president;    Marilyn    Nelson,    president;    Jean    Kruger,    secretary- 

Not  in  panel:      Nancy  Albee 


GAMMA  HOUSE 


1210  West  Springfield 


HARMONY  HOUSE 


1 12  East  John 

Top    row:      Beryl     Ragins,     secretary;    Judith    Alfend,    Diane    Zlutnick,    Florence    Steinberg 

Fourth    row:      Rita    Freidin,    Kay    Cohen,    Rhea    Shifrin,    Edith    Leoer,    Sandra    Levitt,    president;  Sandra   Frankel 

Third    row:      Helene    Leviton,    Myrna    Levy,    Marilyn    Freedman,    Miriam    Factor,    Sally   Miller,    treasurer;    Florence    Krause,    vice    president;    Dorie   Sapeer,    freshman   advisor 

Second    row:     Sheila    Kopple,    Judith    Singman,    Marcia    Zolty,    Jewel    Mandell,    Sheila   Kirschenbaum,  Joyce  Weissman 

Bottom    row:      Donna    Zimbler,     Lesha    Bellows,    Wilma    Klein,    Rita    Resnick,    social    chairman;    Jacqueline    Bloom,    Charlotte    Schlessinger 

Not     n    panel:       Zelda    Kleiman 


339 


Top    row:     Joan    Pettingell,    Elizabeth    Learner,    Nancy    Newman,    Marjorie   Stucke,    Virginia    Smith,   Jane    Klinger,    Babette    Reibscheid 

Second     row:      Mary     Leitherer,     Constance    Prescott,    Tobe    Novick,    president;    Mrs.    Tillitson,   Mary  Mahin,   secretary;   Donna   Heinz,  treasurer;   Carol   Wallers, 

Bottom     row:       Lieba    Beube,    Carolyn    Fox,    Cecilia    Damotte,    Loretta    Hawks,    Margaret    Novak,    Nancy    Westefer,    Harriet    Shed 


ice  president 


HOSTE  HOUSE 


903  West  Nevada 


IVRIA 


1116  West  Nevada 


Top    row:      Florine    Gelman,    Joanne    Puckert,    Sondra    Hirsch,    Sandra    Shureff,    Roslyn    Brodkin,    Elaine    Tattleman,    Cecelia    Richter,    Betty    Siegal,    Sherry    Lohman 
Second    row:      Barbara    Rappaport,    Merle    Turbov,    Barbara    Folberg,    Merrilyn    Bell,    Elissa    Friedman,    Sandra    Simon,    Barbara    levine,    Bonnie    Silverman,    Sandra    Wolf, 

Sharon    Mages,    Dolores    Curry,    Sara    Spritz 
Bottom    row:      Renee   Silverman,    Judy    Levine,    Edith    Bulgart,    llene    Malman,    Veta    Reizner,    treasurer;    Gwen    Suckman,    president;    Janice    Boss,    vice    president;    Maureen 

Pomper,    freshman    advisor;     Lucille    Mintzer,    secretary;    Marion    Diamond,    Shirley    Karlin,    Carol    Trachtenberg 


340 


Top    row:      Mary    O'Connor,    Audrey    Diakiw,    Marianna    Wood,    Joyce    Benning,    Valerie  Roberts,  Joanne  Leonard,  Norma  DeBiasio 

Second    row:      Phyllis    Rowley,    Patricia    Reis,    Ann    For'estal,    Joan    Wolter,    Ginger    Paulson,    Joan    Mennel 

Bottom     row:      Jenny    Quesnell,    Rae    Reierson,    treasurer;    Margaret    Readey,    secretary;    Joanne    Steftens,    social    chairman;    JoAnn    Padgett,    vice   president-    Barbara    Leskey 

president;     Rosemary    Kapps 
Not    in    panel:       Barbara    Stevens 


LOWRY  LODGE 


1007    South    Fifth 


PRICE  CLUB 


707  South  Sixth 


Top    row:      Ann    Harris,    Sally    Schafer,    Roberta    Willis,    Hazel    Davidson,    Marianne    Fry,    Kira    Krock,    Virginia    Giacherio 
Second     row:       Diana     Friedman,     Shirley     Kruger,     Barbara     Keeler,    Carole    Frey,     Barbara    Kastcn,    Janice    Locher,    Julia    Bendikas 

Bottom     row:      Helen     Franks,     scholastic     chairman;     Mary     Frederick,     secretary;     Priscilla     Dettmar,     song     chairman;     Marie     Davidson,     president-     Pauleen     Dombrosky 
freshman    board    representative;    Gay    Bonham,    social    chairman;    Patricia    Byrne,    activities    chairman;    Beverly   Salzman,    vice-president;    Karen    Taylor     treasurer 


341 


Top    row      Carolyn    Campbell      Carol    Schmotzler,    Ruth    Robinson,    Willa    Mitchell,    Joann    Neburka,    Carolyn    Dunham,    Catherine   Cho,   Vasaloloa   Taualu 
Third    row      Georgeana    Jung,    Sally    Ann    Thompson,    Irene    McCabe,    Marian    Davis,    Jean    Washburn,    Clara    Yochem,    Joan    Weaver,    Mary    Weston,    Phyllis    Yeoman 
Second    row:      Estelle    Buder,    treasurer;    Nancy    Selle,    secretary;    Setsuko    Katayama,    vice    president;    Itoko    Katayama,    president;    Helen   White,    social    chairman;    Eliza- 
beth   Hoff,    social    chairman 
Bottom     row:       Lynn    Graham,    Carolyn     King,     Ruth    Voss,    Corinne    Bruner,    Janet    Turney,    Natalie    Wiggers,    Doris    Moore 


WESCOGA 


909   West    Illinois 


343 


Top    row:      Kenneth    Wagner,    Kenneth    Golan,    Keith    Wright,    Robert    Brush,    Allen    Kleinbeck,    William    Bailey,    David    O'Bryant,    Charles    Haas, 

Edward    Schmidt,    David    Tillema,    Samuel    Shockey,    Warren    Gedstad,   James   Spencer,    Robert   Rogers,   Richard   Ewan,    Ronald   Hoercher,   John 

Merritt,    David   Jareo 
Third    row:      Richard    Rayburn,    Harry   Gates,    Robert    Hanes,    Homer   Koop,   Paul   Weller,    Richard   Rapp,   James  Terwilliger,  Sam   Kirk,   Mark  Crevis- 

ton,    Richard    Angus,    Robert    Hagemeyer,    Ralph    Hough,    Richard   Smith,    Donald    Foerder,    Ronald   Slonneger,   Gordon    Iverson 
Second    row:      Leon    Heiple,    Frank    Falley,    William    McGee,    John    Birky,    Robert   White,   John   Spitler,    Rolf  Cederwall,   Howard   Gleason,    Richard 

Cowart,    Donald    Mueller,    Donald    Hanes,    John    Beatty,    David    Fishel,  Paul  Manahan 
Bottom    row:      Ronald    Maurer,    Craig    Ivers,    Burl    Baker,    Robert    Ruppel,    Norman    Zanin,    Craig    Weber,    Douglas    Sparks,    Robert   Smith,    Dennis 

Hudson,    Robert    Caswell,    Joseph    Long,    William    Seright,    Warren    James 
Not    in    panel:      Paul    M'Claughlin,    Andrew    Ekblaw,    Eugene    Segin,    Richard   Drain 


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ACACIA 


501    East  Daniel 


41    Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Howard  Gleason,  rushing  chairman;  Richard  Cowart,  secre- 
tary;   John    Birky,    senior    dean 

Bottom  row:  Rolf  Cederwall,  treasurer;  Robert  White,  president;  Wil- 
liam   McGee,    social    chairman 


344 


Donald  Griffith,  president;  Ronald  Ayotfe,  chaplain;  Thomas  Taylor, 
ritual  officer;  Arthur  Stone,  secretary;  Thomas  Richardson,  vice 
president 


ALPHA  CHI  RHO 


31 1    East  Armory 


29  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      James    Fawcett,    James    Stewardson,    Francis    Morris,    Gary     Winter,     Joe     Conover,     Richard     Gronquist,     Roger     Hull,     Joseph 

McCook,    Philip    Turner 
Third    row:      David    Breuer,    Charles    Brown,    Arthur    Stone,    Charles    Quantock,    Fred    Burg  hard  t,    Richard    Luettich,    Robert    Weiss,    Clifton 

Zabka,    Roy    Cousins,    Jerry    Cleary,    John    Morse 
Second    row.-      Walter    Gabehart,    Eugene    Borchort,    Russell    Bolton,    Robert     Kennedy,     Ronald    Ayotte,     Donald    Griffith,    Thomas    Taylor, 

Dean    Anderson,    Thomas    Richardson,    Irving    Stan  sell,    Donald   Davis 
Bottom     row:      Shelby    Feinerman,    James    Steider,     Burt    Grant,    Edward   Kafka,   Dennis  Galle,   Robert   Lutz,   Robert   Kafka,  John   Ippensen, 

William    Sullivan 
Not    in    panel:         Charles    Blahous,    Paul    Brown,    Gerald    Gersey,    Lester    Ottlnger,    John    Sundene,    Vincent    Tylman 


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345 


Top  row:  Milton  Kreml,  Bob  Lenz,  James  McCollum,  Charles  Ririe,  John  Rowe,  Rudolph  Botel  John  Stout,  Thomas  Wilson,  George  Paulson, 
David    Hill,    David    Tolle 

Third  row:  Dee  Shaffer,  James  Sands,  Timothy  Hughes,  Roy  Sudhoff,  Adam  Doty,  James  Freyder,  Allen  Stillmen,  Joel  Heinemen,  Paul  Tour- 
ney,   Craig    Soule,    Art   Wyatt,    Roy   Weisenburger 

Second  row:  Thomas  Stifler,  Clark  Dean,  John  Wenner,  Joel  Barnes,  Robert  Whitmore,  Thomas  Brody,  Ralph  Fisk,  John  Mason,  Kenneth 
Eckrote,    James   Crain 

Bottom  row:  Lawrence  Ten  Pas,  John  Bonties,  Eugene  Mikolajczyk,  Larry  Lino,  William  Grube,  William  Knuth,  Charles  Duffy,  Gary  Stone- 
braker,    John    Greely,    Ronald    King 

Not    in    panel:       Raymond    Ebbert 


ALPHA  DELTA  PHI 


310  East  John 


28  Active  Chapters 


Thomas  Stifler,  treasurer;  Joel  Barnes,  corresponding  secretary;  Ralph 
Fisk,  vice  president-pledge  trainer;  Thomas  Brody,  president;  Ken- 
neth  Eckrote,    recording   secretary;   John   Wenner,   house   manager 


346 


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Top    row:      Roger    Baskes,    scribe;    Gerald    Eisenstein,    exchequer;    Melvin 

Korey,    member   at    large;    Lawrence    Cooper,    lieutenant    master 
Bottom    row:      Stuart    Raffel,    master 


ALPHA  EPSILON   PI 


302  East  Gregory  60  Active  Chapters 


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Top    row:      Elliott    Zidell,    Bernard    Schaner,    Robert    Goot,    David    Rosenstein,     Alfred     Wolf,     Charles     Corn,     Richard     Wishner,     Ronald 

Cohn,    Robert    Richmon,    Arlen    Schor,    Harold    Jaffe,    Kenneth    Baygood,   Robert  Heller,   Herb  Murrie,   Howard   Narofsky 
Third    row:     Alan    Sumberg,     Leonard    Santow,    Nowell    Korey,    Gerad    Galler,    Marvin    Segal,    Arthur    Golden,    Ronald    Soble,    Jack    Ruth, 

Warren    Levins,    Kenneth    Denberg,    Robert   Norris,    Gerson    Joseph,    Elliott   Alper,    Don   Keller 
Second     row:      Howard    Krom,     Lewis    Edelstein,    Melvin    Korey,     Lawrence    Cooper,    Mrs.    Jordan,    Stuart    Raffel,    Gerald    Eisenstein,    Roger 

Baskes,    Dave    Cohen,    Sheldon    Levy,    Jay    Strauss 
Bottom    row:      Bernard    Asher,    Stanley    Barnett,    Paul    Lewison,    Burt   Slotky,    Neil    Melcher,    Gary   Venezky,    Jerome   Hart,    Joseph    Roden- 

berg,    Richard    Shapiro,    Norman    Wolf,    Norman    Baskes 
Not    in    panel:      Michael    Kohn,    Norton    Baron,    Fred    Wolf,    Phil    Ball,    Philip   Graff,    Ronald    Popeil,    Roger    Left 


347 


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Top  row:  William  Wilson,  Jerry  King,  Charles  Fink,  Earl  Kingman,  Roger  Wegehenkel,  Donald  McNeely,  Louis  Rogers,  David  McGinty,  Billie 
Renshaw     Phillip    Naffziger,    Raymond   Carmichael,   James   Adams,    Paul  Briney,  Richard  Bell,     Kenneth  Ellis 

Second  row:  '  Robert  Emmons,  Rolland  Main,  Roger  Schlichting,  Donald  Denby,  William  Lovett,  Leo  Bergschneider,  Richard  Baird,  James 
Clapper,    Donald    DeBolt,    James    Wenstrom,    Carlyle   Greathouse,    Wilbur    Nelson,    Donald    Rice,    Robert   Hunt,   William    West 

Bottom  row:  Verlan  Heberer,  Charles  Lemker,  Walter  Tarleton,  William  Whitfield,  Terry  Greathouse,  Raundle  Ericson,  Jon  Ellis,  Merle  Miller, 
Walter    Van    Winkle,    William    Baird,    Ruel    Becker,    William    Mellen,  Walter  Richner 


ALPHA  GAMMA  RHO 


58    East   Gregory 


33    Active    Chapters 


Top  row:  James  Wenstrom,  reporter;  William  Whitfield,  alumni  secre- 
tary;  Walter  Tarleton,    usher;    Robert   Emmons,   chaplain 

Bottom  row:  Terry  Greathouse,  vice  noble  ruler;  Raundie  Ericson,  secre- 
tary;   Jon    Ellis,    noble    ruler;    Merle    Miller,    treasurer 


348 


Top    row:      Ctarsnce    Windal,    house    manager;    John    Ihrig,    corresponding 

secretary;    Richard    Malmgren,    vice    president 
Bottom    row:      Donald   Snyder,   treasurer;    Cecil   Worrells,    president;    David 

Bennett,    commissar;    Charles    Blomquist,    recording    secretary 


401    East  Daniel  12  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Wayne    Leighty,    Robert    Blaydes,    William    Pritchard,    Joseph     Ma  I  leek,      David     Bennett,     Dale     Cham  bliss,      Robert     Lindgren, 

Jack    Beaupre,    David    Hamilton,    Jon    Guy  ton,    Robert    Guy,    Carl    Hinrichs,    Albert    Flncham 
Third    row:      Douglas    Wolfe,     Larry    Hill,    Henrique    Drews,     Louis    James,    Bruce    Baxter,    Stanley    Brandon,    David    Albert,    Donald    Snyder, 

Donald    Lanier,    William    Zartman,    John    Cory,    Clarke    Woodruff,    John    Lane,    James    Temple 
Second    row:      Charles    Andrews,    James    Needham,    Larry    Lawler,    Joseph   Guyton,    Cecil    Worrells,    Richard   Malmgren,    Charles    Blomquist, 

John    Ihrig,    John    Juergensmeyer,    Clarence    Windal 
Bottom     row:      Thomas    Griffith,    Thomas    Micklos,    Warren    Harris,    John    Braswell,    Robert    Edwards,    Vernon    Johnson,    David    Yates,    Fred- 

rik    Deboer,    John    Matthews,     Frederick    Kurth,    William    Cor  ley,    Jon    Culton,    Edward    Saldecki 
Not    in    panel:      William    Abel  I,    Allen    Joesten,    Gene    Philbrick,    Richard    Weeks 


349 


Top    row:      Albert    Porter,    Abel    Smith,    Robert    Patterson,    Elmer   Bailey 

Second    row:      Frank    Smith,    Gay    Lott,    Virgil    Dorsey,    Carl    Wo  I  ley,    Donald    Fisher 

Bottom    row:      David    Jones,    Wilborne    Bowles,    Daniel    James,    Rudolph    Moragne,    Edgar    Twine,    Lionel    Dyer,    Warren    Smith 

Not    in    panel:      Emerson    Brown,    James    Buckner,    Preston    Ransom,    Frank    Stanley,    Wayne    King,    Edward    Hubbard 


Top  row:  Lionel  Dyer,  chaplain;  Daniel  James,  vice  president;  Rudolph 
Moragne,  president;  Wilborne  Bowles,  recording  secretary;  Edgar 
Twine,    social   chairman 

Bottom    row:     Warren    Smith,    corresponding    secretary 


ALPHA  PHI  ALPHA 


1301   West  Clark  311   Active  Chapters 


350 


Top    row:      Stanley    Routh,    fifth    member    of    board;    Donald    Koss,    worthy 

estimator;    Raimund  Shlaustas,  worthy  clerk 
Bottom     row:      Alden     Orput,    worthy    architect;    Gsorge    Magee,     worthy 

associate   architect 


ALPHA  RHO  CHI 


1  108  South  First 


1  1    Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Arthur    Py,    Ronald    Anderson,    Thomas    Kosturik,    Anthony    Pawlowsky,    Richard    Emrick,    Charles    Schroeder,    Jerry    Goldman, 

Robert    Maina,    Robert    Procter,    Thomas   Wrona,    Joe    Koerachnus 
Third    row:      Jack    Baker,    Marvin    Bamburg,    Milan    Olagh,    Nathan    Carras,   Aden    Louchner,    Donald   Williams,   Edward   Jaskowiak,   Donald 

Michaelis,    Charles    Haugh,    Kenneth    Kurtz,    Robert    Wirth,    John   Challas 
Second    row:      James    Lendrum,    Robert    Link,    Thomas    Storke,    Stanley     Routh,     Donald     Koss,     Alden     Orput,     George     Magee,     Raimund 

Shlaustas,    Kenneth    Prengel,    Peter    Lendrum,    Olot    Fjelde,    Ralph    Line 
Bottom    row:      Walter    Shigihara,    William    Paschke,    Richard    Stratton,     William     Gaul,     Ross     Potter,     Marion     Smith,     Kenneth    Wittsitt, 

Dale    Munday,    Richard    Harder,    Wayne    Wagner,    Brian    Owens,    Richard   Hansen 


351 


Top  row:  Frederick  Ellen berger,  Richard  Powers,  William  Frank,  Donald  Ball,  Harlow  Blum,  Lynn  Arbeen,  David  Dunniway,  Harold  Burgdorf, 
Ralph    Bennett,    Michael    Dougherty,    Donald    Fischer,    Charles    Heard,    Richard    Rein,    Jerry    Hauter 

Fourth  row:  Ronald  Olson,  Keith  Peterson,  James  Snyder,  Tommy  Glenn,  Wilbert  Asper,  Jerry  Meyer,  John  Gray,  Theodore  Hager,  John 
Cline,     Edward     Roelofs,     James    Burks,     Charles    Scott,     Bruce    Odom,    Arthur    Kruse,    Charles    Prohaska,    Richard    Jirus,     Robert    Johannes 

Third  row:  John  Walter,  Roger  Johnson,  Harold  Murray,  Robert  Leigh,  Mrs.  Harlan,  Lawrence  Vroman,  Cyrus  Yonan,  Richard  Zander,  James 
Holste 

Second  row:  William  Thomas,  Charles  Shutt,  Richard  Gallagher,  Donald  Banks,  Donald  Strand,  Glenn  Albin,  James  Barnes,  Herbert  Cox, 
Kendall    Slusher,    Eugene    Johnson,    John    Eskey,    Kenneth    Hamilton 

Bottom  row:  Ralph  Tissiere,  James  Gelvin,  William  Kirchoff,  Edward  Ziener,  Wayne  Hammerton,  James  Erdmann,  Walter  Johnson,  Fred- 
erick   Weeks,    James    Hlavacek,    Kenneth    Meinhart,    Charles    Ferguson 

Not    in    panel:      Charles    Taylor,    Carl    Hartmann,    Frederick    Davis,    Lee    Vida.    William    Ridley,    Jack    Gwin,    Donald    Mahlberg,    Harry    Bishop 


ALPHA  SIGMA  PHI 


211    East  Armory  80  Active  Chapters 


Lawrence  Vroman,  president;  Robert  Leigh,  vice  president;  John  Walter, 
secretary;  Robert  Johannes,  treasurer;  Harold  Murray,  pledge 
trainer;    Donald    Ball,    house    manager 


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Top  row:  Bruce  Carlson,  secretary;  Richard  Voell,  treasurer,  Richard 
Swanson,    president;    William    Blake,    steward 

Bottom  row:  Kenneth  Kellerhals,  sentinel;  Ronald  Carlson,  house  man- 
ager; Richard  Carlson,  social  chairman;  Richard  Kurz,  rushing 
chairman 


ALPHA  TAU  OMEGA 


1 101   West  Pennsylvania 


1  1  7  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Edward    Smith,    Donald    Dowd,    Lowell    Johnson,   Julius   Groeser,    Richard    Siegle,    John    Heath      John    Glezen 

George    VanSchoik,    Fughrer    Dickey,    David    Barry,    Howard    Cleff,     James     Burg,     Jack    Jordan,     Wil'liam     Dietrich  ' 

Bruce    Rodgers,    Michael    Gaffigan,    Howard    landon,    Tom    Whiston,    Arthur   McKay 
Third    row:      Alfred    Koeller,    Walter    Browning,    William    Hinkle,    Richard    Voell,    Richard    Kurz,    Richard    Carlson      Ronald 

r.?.'..-0"'   .Roberl    Montgomery,    Charles    Barnett,    Alan    Brown,    George  Dixon,  Alan  Ross,  Robert  Welton     Paul  Hayes 

William   Marbry  ' 

Second    row:      Kenneth    Kellerhals,    Kenneth    Nordquist,    Stephen    Hill,    John    McCarthy,    Robert   Towhey     Frank    Kastor     R 

Hugh    Davidson,    James    Earl,    John    McLaughlin,    Richard    Miller,    William    Blake,    William    Brinker,    Robert   Bolick  ' 
Bottom    row:      Everett    Spence,    Robert    Allison,    Paul    Blanke,    Charles    Evanson,    John    Rice,    Kent    Ramm,    Harold    Collins 

James    Huyler,    John    Evans,    James    Pitcher,    Bruce    Burgess 
Not    in    panel:      Stanley    Bush,    Marvin    Andresen,    Edward    Huber,    Ronald    Yochem,    William    Altenberger,    Peter   Zivcovic 

Charles    Schroder,    William    Whitfield 


Bruce    Brothers, 
Jerry    Williams, 

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George  Roberts, 

ichard    Swanson, 

James    Palmer, 

Donald    Pierre, 


353 


Top  row:  Lucien  Kopp,  James  Dammann,  Keith  Kappmeyer,  George  Eberle,  John  Finch,  Clarence  Teagarden,  Carlton  VanDoren,  Roy  Small, 
Key    Pittman,    Stuart    Dawson,     Ronald    Faster,    James    Johnson,    Noel    Grady,    James    Gale,    James    Nagel,    Richard    Branom,    Frederick    Bercher 

Fourth  row:  Hale  Bartlett,  Samuel  Erwin,  George  Howard,  Harold  Walden,  Frederick  Figge,  Donaid  Bitzer,  Patrick  Malone,  Jack  Carlson, 
Jerry    Stanners,    George    Gfroerer,    Glenn    Blair,    Robert    Hickerson,    Larry    Harmon,    Richard    Besser 

Third  row:  James  Hord,  David  Lowum,  James  Creath,  Richard  Flores,  Thomas  Leonard,  Walter  Faster,  Mrs.  Porter,  Ronald  Peterson,  John 
Randolph,    Robert   Hall,    Robert   Roush,    John    Cartland,    Donald   Cook 

Second  row:  Thomas  Loew,  George  Huggett,  Donald  Trull,  Charles  Hubele,  George  Galloti,  Allen  Cassens,  Jerrell  Babb,  Alfred  Urbanckas, 
Ronald    Maris,    James    Toth,    William    Forsyth,    Paul    Uhlenhop 

Bottom  row:  Kent  Karraker,  Grant  MacLaren,  Robert  Henderson,  Thomas  Thompson,  Robert  Munnecke,  Donald  Ohl,  John  Allen,  Jerry  Thomp- 
son,   Robert    Hunt,    Stephen    Safley 

Not  in  panel:  James  Dutcher,  Robert  Cook,  Edward  Barthell,  Robert  Clemons,  Jerry  Hay,  James  Bray,  Frank  Burr,  James  Neal,  Dwight 
Bennett,    George    Najim 


Top    row:      Ronald    Peterson,    president;    Thomas    Leonard,    vice    president; 

Robert    Roush,    treasurer;    Robert    Hall,    corresponding    secretary 
Second     row:     Jack    Randolph,     house    manager;     Walter    Faster,    pledge 

master 
Bottom    row:      Richard    Flores,    social    chairman;    James   Creath,    recording 

secretary 


BETA  THETA  PI 


202  East  Daniel 


97  Active  Chapters 


354 


Top   row:      James   Riggs,   historian;   Paul   Armstrong,   social   chairman 
Bottom     row:      Harry    Casler,     pledge    master;    James     Bonde,     treasurer; 
James    Colder,    president;    David   Mersbach,    secretary 


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303  East  Chalmers  34  Active  Chapters 


T°P    u-Tu   ,^einB°rr'11AIMn   A"derson-    Richard    Degener,    Richard   Williams,   Richard   Abrahamson,   Harry  Frette,   Edward   Peterson     Howard 

Mitchell,    Dixon    Meuller,    Peter    Bartu,    James    McAuley 
Fourth    row:     Donald    Brooks,    John    Riggs,    Joseph    Brownlow,    Lowell  Parker,  James   Rose,  James  Grogan,  Gary  Anderson,   Leonard  Miller 

James    oray  ' 

Third  row:  Poul  Clevenger.  John  Korngiebel,  David  Mersbach,  Paul  Armstrong,  James  Colder,  James  Bonde  Harry  Casler  James 
Kiggs,    Duane    red  nana  ' 

Second  row:  Francis  Van  Sickle,  George  Baumgarn,  Louis  landt.  Glen  Wilmes,  Fred  Kallsen,  David  Johnson,  Lowell  Bjorklund  Arthur 
Karwalki  ' 

Bottom    row:      Thomas    Walsh,    Walter    Moore,    Richard    Gray,    Rolland     Kelley,     Joseph    Jones,     Lawrence    Marshall,     Leonard    Lass      John 

Huntley 


355 


Top   row:     Harris   Howeler,   John   Campbell,    Ellsworth   Wormbir,   James   Christensen,    Richard    Bosshi 

sen,    Paul    Gambino,    James    Peterson,    Robert   Chambers,    Richard    Ascher,  James  Clark 
Third    row:     Anthony    Lekas,    Ronald    Francis,    Arthur    Leasure,    Ronald    Jerit,  Alan  Cole,  Roger  Klin 

Christian    Wold,    Roger    Gomien,    John    Fosha,    John    Kitch 
Second    row:     Paul    Leetz,    Jack   Olson,    Karl    Anderson,    Stanley    Rolfe,    Ronald   Beck,   Paul    Przypyszny 

ard     Malmquist,     Ralph    Fessenden,    William    Walcotl  

>m    row:     Stephen    Shepherd,    James    Anderson,    Socrates    Christopher,    Rodney   Nilsson,   John    Pike,    Roger   Mleynek,   Henry   Schm.tt,   John   An 

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Bottom    row:     Step 

derson,   Robert  Walcott 
Not    in    panel:     Lester    Bryan,    Lawrence    Hopkins,    Charles    Borden,    Carl   Hulick 


hard,   Donald    Eckert,    Fred   Thut,    Norman   Ander- 

Lyle  Cain,  William  Bowen,   Frederick  Helmer, 

Salvatore   Grisaffe,   Donald   Mayloth,   Rich- 


CHI  PSI 

712   South   Second  26  Active  Chapters 


356 


Frank  Melka,  vice  president;  Charles  Wolfe,  secretary;  Bruce  Bower, 
president;  Robert  Kastelk,  treasurer;  George  DeLong.  sergeant  at 
arms 


DELTA  CHI 


1111   South  First 


42  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Wilson    Idzal,    William    Korbus,    John    Farrow,    Robert    Wilson,    Franklin    Rouleau,    William    Eccleston,    Rodger    Johnson,    John 

Tingleft,    Kenneth    Buel,    James    Lyons,    Raymond    Borelli,    John    Huck,   William   Tschudy,   Paul   Swanson 
Third    row:      Roger   Anderson,    James    Lemke,    Robert   McNally,    Gerald    Clark,     Robert     Foster,     Eugene    Dramm,     Marvin     Liberto      Donald 

Woodward,    John    Scheldrup,    Herbert    Badal,    John    Cazel 
Second    row:      Joe   Scott,    Gilbert   Hensey,    Bryce   Sides,    Robert    Kastelic,     Frank    Melka,     Bruce     Bower,     Charles    Wolfe,    George    DeLong, 

Eugene    Urbaniec,    Richard    Nash 
Bottom    row:      Raymond    Unger,    Earl    Bitzer,    Robert    Friday,    Dario   Gomez,    Ellis    Veech,    Robert    Loos,    James    Carr,    John    Doyle,    Robert 

Broucek 
Not    in    panel:     Robert   Goodman,    Robert   Goltermann,    Robert    Benbow,   Wayne   Binkley 


357 


Top  row:  William  Harryman,  John  McGiveran,  Ronald  Howell,  Jack  Kuncl,  Fred  Noe,  Gary  Newtson,  Richard  Koshel,  David  Jewell,  Joseph 
Ziretta 

Third    row:      Philip    Nienstedt,    Clark    Cogswell,    David    Potter,    John    Mulholland,    Andre    Olson,    Willard    Hadlock,   Walter   Ford,    Walter   Rehm 

Second    row:      John    Bauer,   Alan   Helverson,   Donald   Hooker,   Mrs.   Orton,    Bruce   Thomas,    David   Bartruff,   Jomes   Hobart 

Bottom    row:      John   Connolly,    Roy   Reid,    Robert  Johnson,   Arthur  Hall,   George  Potter,   John  Spellman 

Not  in  panel:  David  Bailey,  John  Barr,  Hikmet  Basik,  Kenneth  Gillespie,  James  Holquist,  John  Logon,  Mark  McDonald,  John  Randolph,  Wil- 
liam   Pearre,    Donald    Mulligan 


DELTA  KAPPA  EPSILON 


902  South  Second 


52  Active  Chapters 


Top   row:      John    Logan,    scholarship   chairman;    Bruce   Thomas,    vice   presi- 
dent;   Phil    Nienstedt,    rushing    chairman 
Bottom    row:      Donald   Hooker,    president;    Albert   Helverson,    social   chair- 
man,   James    Hobart,    treasurer 


358 


Thomas    Soderstrom,    rushing    chairman;    Thomas    Glatter,    vice    president; 
Millard    Darnall,    president;    John    Bryden,    treasurer 


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DELTA   PHI 

1008  South  Fourth  16  Active  Chapters 


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Top    row:      Larry   Geer,    Eldon   Dameron,    Robert   Wall,    Harry   Goern,    Stanley   Walus,    Kenneth   Shields,    Roy   Goern,    Peter   Wolf,    William 
ThirdVe?zWy;    R,u/saseMeF«|rt'onen'    Pe'er   Tr°Ver'    Ber'e'    Henriks°n'    Donald   pe»<>"°".   J<""«   Gallaugher.  John  Garland,  John   Domanus,   Howard 
SeC0DdeMartelaere0me   A'kinS°n'   J°hn    Kerr'   John    Bryden'    Mill<*d    Darnall,     Thomas     Glatter,     Thomas     Soderstrom,     lloyd     Fray,     David 
Bottom    row:      John    Freeberg,    William    Nettz,    Frank    Louis,    Lowell    Mize,    Dale   Meador,    Robley   Heninger,    Robert   Hendel 
Not    in    panel:      John    Fixmer,    Sanford    Young,    Stephen    Stinson,    Harry  Ashack,   Charles   Ramser 


359 


Top    row:      Thomas    Whitten,    Robert    Parsons,    Robert    Pinnow,    Jay    Stevens,    Larry   Dowell,    Ralph   Allen,   James   Dandurland,   Bruce   Peterson,    Leon 

Florshuetz,   Dan   Hursh 
Third    row:      Ronald    Peterson,   John    Schmidt,    James    McCracken,    Howard    Sanders,    Marvin    Angus,    Helmer    Nelson,    Daniel    Rees,    James    Lueck, 

Thomas   Stucky 
Second    row:      Robert    Gainer,    Robert    Coleman,    David    Pease,    David    Templeton,     Paul     Lattner,     Al     Tillman,     John     Mecozz,     Charles     Wright, 

Charles   Schultz 
Bottom     row:     Ronald    Van    Parys,    Charles    Gibfried,    Jack    Peaslee,    Roger    Olson,    Robert    Wilson,    William    Appel,    Frank    Gunderson,    Douglas 

Jackson,    Keith    Weinwurm 
Not    in    panel:      Aryl    Aldred,    Edwin    Block,    Robert    Cochran,    Robert    Utz,   Donald   Vara 


DELTA  SIGMA   PHI 


106  East  Daniel 


85  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:     Robert    Pinnow,    sergeant    at    arms;    Ralph    Allen,    social    chair- 
man;   John    Mecozzi,    secretary;    David    Pease,    treasurer 
Bottom    row:      Paul    Lattner,    president;    David    Templeton,    vice    president 


360 


Charles   Recka,    president;   William    Pingel,   pledge  trainer;    Ross   Rolande 
secretary;   Raymond  Pltchford,  treasurer 


DELTA  SIGMA  PI 

402    East    Daniel  84    Active    Chapters 


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Top    row:     John    Rezabek,    Donald    Shanks,    Richard    Lindenmeyer,  John    Whitman,    Wayne    Schneider,    Richard    Mazyrack 

Second    row:     Rufus    Oldham,    John    Hall,    William    Pingel,    Charles  Recka,     Ross    Rolander,    Raymond    Pitchford,    Richard    Knippsl 

Bottom    row:     Thomas    Kelly,    Harold    Harrigian,    Thomas    Rothgeb,  Robert  Mayat,  William   Miner 

Not    in    panel:      Emerson    Cammack,    advisor;    Ernest   Dynda,    Joseph  Cicero,     vice     president;     John     Mattingly,     Raymond     Martin,     Willian 
Knapp 


Top    row:     James    Lowenstein,    Donald    Kull,    Dick    Merhar,    Tomas    Miller,     Peter     Landa,     Gerald    O'Neill,     Russ     Blake,    James    Chidester,     Fred 

Robison,    Donald    Simroth,    Kurt    Hahlbeck,    Barton    Regelbrugge,    Charles    Robers 
Third    row:      James   Jasper,    William    Coates,    Thomas    Hall,    Jack    Gordy,    Herbert   Depke,   James   Whitelaw,   Ronald   Dempsey,   Robert   Most,   David 

Landram,    Duane    Kessler,    Richard    Renfrd,    Richard    Oakley 
Second    row:      Peter    Koch,    George   McFarland,    John   Gwin,    Howard    Humphrey,    Robert    Gasaway,    Jack    Bland,    Jon    Culbertson,    Harold    Tenney, 

John     Shonkwiler 
Bottom    row:      Stephen    Sutton,    Richard    Daniel,    Fred    Warrick,    Bruce    Ernst,    William    Sillick,    Martin    Maguet,    Robert    Eggers,    Richard    Michalski, 

Robert   Rankine,    Edward    DeLong,    Lowell    Bower 
Not    in    panel:      Verle    Besant,    Dennis    Keith,   James   Capel,    Dan    Wile,    Robert   McKown,   John   Cortland,   George   Frozier 


DELTA  TAU  DELTA 


302  East  John  Zi  Active  Chapters 


362 


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Euyene   Stunard,   treasurer;    Larry   Smith,   secretary;    Dan   Dees,   president; 
Roy    Diesner,    vice   president;    Roy    Fenstermaker,    pledge   master 


DELTA  UPSiLON 


312   Armory  71    Active   Chapters 


Top  row:  Harold  Ericson.  Paul  Helm le.  Wayne  Rothgeb,  Steven  Stroh,  Howard  Anderson,  Barton  Ladd,  Richard  Winton  Richard 
Hubert,  Larry  Arndt,  Fred  Buenik.  Roger  Kallal,  Jim  Carrol,  Piet  Kooistra,  John  Leamon,  James  Majer,  Vernon  Meadows  Donald 
smith,    Leon    Richortz,    Raymond    Schwebel 

ThirdArmWJ„cROpeK  ^"wT.u  R°9V  Fi'29*r°ld-  *?be,rt  li,van-  Dono'd  Kiesbuy,  George  Meod,  Gerald  Groebe,  Barton  Meays,  Ronald 
Weldon  Walthers,    Joseph    Kainz,    Charles    Goding,    Richard    Hagen,    Jack    Hendryx,    Joe    Giffin.    Donald    Hortberg,    Robert 

Second    row,      William    Collins.    Dwight    Pence,    George    Boyden,    James    Bergstrom,    Lawrence    Potter,    Tom    Fenstermaker.    Eugene   Stunard, 

Dan     Dees,     Roy    Diesner,    Murry    Phllp,     Richard    Donohoe,     Howard    Anderson,    Tenney    Boyer 
Bottom    row:      George   Swift,    Ronald    Schoeberle,    Donald    Lisenby,    Sim    Trotter,    John    Holmquest,    Stewart   Trimble,    Ruxton    Tucker     Bruce 

Ladd,    Norman    Nelson,    Philip   Griesbaum,    Cecil    Stradley,    Charles   Dawes 
Not   in   panel:     Curtis  Marsh,   William    Brunkow,    Herbert   Hudson 


Top    row:     John    Rithmiller,    Gary    Thomson,    John     Herschelman,     Lecn    Bonneur,    Paul    Curtis,    Kenneth    McKee,    Donald    Dean,    Paul    Awe,    Gayle 

Wright,    Godfrey    Bergschneider  . 

Third    row:       Raymond    Duewer,    William    Britz,    John    Carson,    Paul    Loitz,    Robert    Knudson,    Charles    Shuman,    Frederick    Heyl,     Richard    Mone,    Wil- 

Second    row:      James    Day,    Joseph    Stevenson,    Stephen    Mcquilken,    Gordon    Ropp,    Irvin    Lawfer,    Ivan    Lawfer,   Max   Fulling,   Harold  Walter,  Walter 

Watts,    Darrell    Jessen 
Bottom    row:      Ted    Roth,    Gene    Gudeman     David    Workman,    Max    Morris,    John    Gill,    John    Sprague,    Russel    Youmans,    Dexter    Norton 
Not    in    panel:      James    Elmer,    Howard    Wallace 


FARM  HOUSE 

809  West  Pennsylvania  14  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Max    Fulling,    vice   president;   Gordon    Ropp,    business    manager 
Bottom     row:      Irvin    Lawfer,    president;     Ivan    lawfer,    secretary;    Joseph 
Stevenson,   ex   officio 


364 


Top     row:      Frank     Riley,      house     manager;      Herbert     Templeton,     pledg* 

trainer 
Bottom    row:      Robert    Troy,    treasurer;    Paul    Duffey,    vice    president;    Nor 

man   Kouba,    president;   Wayne  Conery,   steward 


KAPPA   DELTA   RHO 


1110  South  Second 


20  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Loy    Covey,    Gale    Shillington,    Norbert    Sargent,    Robert    Wagner,    Carl    Larson,   Stanley   Woods     John    Lundquist     Floyd   Sours 

Robert    Reichard,    Ronald    Hawkinson,    John    Hill,    Ronald    Mcllh^nny,   Allen    Bard 
Third    row:      Robert    Groenveld,     Frank    Perry,    Joseph    Gruber,    Robert    Jacobson,    Don    Peters,    Benton    Warder,    Roderick    Carlson      Lorentz 

Haugseth,    Robert   Paul,    William    Becker,    Richard   Taylor 
Second    row:      Frank    Riley,    Walter    Norton,    Neal    Parmenter,    Wayne    Conery,    Norman    Kouba,    Paul    Duffey,    Herbert    Templeton      Robert 

Alrord,    Robert   Troy,    Frank    Fiala 
Bottom    row:      Thomas    Berdelle,    Gene    Buist,    Howard    Douvre,    William    Gullett,    Bradford    Ingels,    James    Heilenbach,    Nick    Franck     Paul 

Lebloch,    David    Hubbell 
Not   in    panel:      Eric   Stattin,    Don   Gugliuzza 


365 


Top    row:     Daniel     Petersen,    Thomas    Cullins,     Roger    Vanadestine,    Richard    Ehlert,    James   Thompson,    Robert   Clower,    Martin    Toft,   John   Oehler, 

Arthur    Williams,     Kreider    Woods,     Paul    Messer,    Donald    Sampson,    John    Boyd,    George    Floss,    James    Hayner,    William    Drury 
Third    row:     Richard    Southard,    Russel    Hanna,    Clarke    Gauger,    Cornelius    Van    Schaok,    Kriton    Dinou,    Richard    Dorschler,    Henry   Hunken,    Marvin 

Syren,    Franklin    Gutowski,    John    Bone,    Tony    Guzzardo,    Charles    Tompkins 
Second    row:     Thomas    Tucker,    Carl    Eichstaedt,    Robert    Rassmussen,    Davis     Roeske,     Don     Simonson,     William     Starnes,     Stephen    Simon,    Thomas 

Archbold,      Lee   Brown,    Robert   Barcik,    Robert   Faulkner 
Bottom    row:     Peter    Stodder,     Larry    Williams,    Arthur    Buckingham,    William    Heston,    Tarry    Enckson,    John    Abeles,    William    Cheokley.    Donald 

Turnquist,    Daniel    Clinard,    Frederick    Bartlesmeyer 
Not  in  panel:     Fred  Schone 


KAPPA  SIGMA 


212   East   Daniel  126   Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     Davis    Roeske,    treasurer;    Don   Simonson,    social    chairman 
Bottom   row:     William   Starnes,   vice   president;  Stephen   Simon,   president; 
Thomas  Archbold,  secretary 


366 


Top     row:      Bruce    Barnett,    treasurer;    Thomas    Wagner,     pledge    trainer; 

Ronald    Wilson,    social    chairman 
Bottom    row:       Louis    Gauen,    vice    president;    David    Hill,    president;    Roy 

Bender,    secretary 


LAMBDA  CHI  ALPHA 


209  East  Armory  147  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  John  Billstrom,  William  Edwards,  Robert  Evans,  Rolf  Spamer,  Ermett  Meuller,  William  Kraemer,  Ronald  Spamer,  Ray- 
mond   Wood,    Charles   Wolf,    Robert   Eberhart,    Charles   Vogel,    John    Wolf,   James    Hackett 

Fourth  row:  James  Brady,  James  Pierce,  Edward  Symonds,  William  Albert,  Ralph  Vinson,  Fred  Elsasser,  Brice  DeVos,  Robert  Wilson, 
Thomas    Zimmer,    Russell    DeLong,    Robert    Frink,    Robert    Fouchard 

Third  row:  Jon  Erickson,  William  Peters,  Charles  Gauen,  Ronald  Wilson,  Bruce  Barnett,  David  Hill,  Roy  Bender,  John  Strathman, 
Donald   Plote,   John   Thomas 

Second  row:  William  Christy,  Charles  McDaniel,  John  Martin,  David  Binder,  LeRoy  Spalt,  Dean  Peckham,  Keith  Totten,  Donald 
Savickas,    Joseph    Foulk 

Bottom  row:  Robert  Stih,  Richard  Goodner,  Richard  Evans,  Edward  GafRgan,  Richard  Verkler,  William  Mead,  Warren  Miller,  Danny 
Ryan,    Frank    Leeming 

Not   in    panel:      Lours   Gauen,   Thomas   Wagner 


367 


Top    row:     Kirtley    Wilson,    Robert    Patterson,    Frederick    Zwetschke,    David    Sterret,    Robert    Muirhead.    Nelson    Loar,    Richard    Milum,    James    Sime, 

Wenaell    Hull,    George    Farley,    Dale    Birtch,    Gerald    Light,    John    Gale,    John    Russel,    Charles    Riddiford,    John    Connell,    John    Rourke 
Third    row:     Michel    Roberts,    Robert    Balsley,    Richard    Wilson,    Donald   Welbourne,    William    Grubb,    Byron    Baker,    Robert    Kable,    James    Bronson, 

Norman    Racine,    Randolph    Lundeen,    Max    Penwell,    Richard    Heckenkamp,    Lyle    Dahlenburg,    John    Heniff,    Roger    Powell,    Curtis    Gabbard 
Second    row:     Jon    Westerlund,    Bruce   Adams,    Douglas    Botes,    Thomas    Hayes,    Jordan    Chaney,    Richard    Selleg,    John    Sharp,    James    Rees,    Robert 

Sewell,    Donald    Houk,    Clarence    Losch,    Alan    Goettig,    George    Milum,  Richard  Hurckes,  Frank  Nichols 
Bottom    row:     Carl    Noble,    Robert    Hommel,    Morgan    Powell,    Gene   Wineland,    Douglas    Cockfield,    Sidney    Little,    Richard    Dick,    Stewart    Havens, 

Sully    Bonansinga,    John    McCord,    David    Crane,    Donald    Harshbarger,  William  Gabbard,  Max  Cisne 
Not    in    panel:     Robert    Davis,    Walton    Dutcher,    Jerry    Felmley,    Gary    Francis,    John    Hodson,    Burton    Leach,    Richard    Lee,    Robert   Mooney,    Bruce 

Motlong,    John    Petersen,    Donald    Peterson,    John    Petty,    Robert    Reitsch,     Clyde    Savery,     Donald    Scott,     Charles    Shepherd,     Charles    Smith, 

William    Swope,    Dale    Walmark,    James    Watson,    David    Williams,    Frederick   Wilmoth,   William   Wilson 


PHI   DELTA  THETA 

309    East    Chalmers  116    Active    Chapters 


Top    row:      Richard    Selleg,    vice    president;    James    Rees,    house    manager 
Second    row:     Jordan    Chaney,    warden;    James    Bronson,    pledge    master; 

Robert     Sewell,     secretary;     John     Sharp,     president;     Donald     Houk, 

treasurer 
Bottom     row:     Norman     Racine,     rushing     chairman 


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Top  row:  Harold  Goodman,  superior;  Alan  Kaplin,  recording  secretary; 
David  Goodman,  house  manager;  Arthur  Berman,  treasurer;  Allen 
Carter,    commissar;    Marvin    Lieberman,    vice    superior 

Bottom    row:      Bernard    Burnstine,    corresponding    secretary 


PHI   EPSILON   PI 


907   South    Third 


37    Active    Chapter 


Top    row:     Stephen    Conhain,    Howard    Isenberg,    Myron    Berezin,    Michael     Gordon,     Roger     Lewis,     Gary     Kastel,     Ralph     Stavins      Gordon 

Rubin,     Alvin     Samuels,     Robert    Rashkow,     Ronald    Kaplan,     Bernard    Horwich,    Maxwell    Schwartz     Michael    Schwartz 
Third    row:     Robert    Ostrow,    Robert    Nachenberg,    Kenneth    Jacobs,    Michael     Kohn,     Bernard     Burnstine,     Jerry    Appel      Robert    Hirsch      Alan 

Kaplin,    Robert    Miller,    Bruce    Mer,    Philip    Kaufman,    David    Mutchnik    Jay  Spak 
Second     row:     Allen    Carter,     David    Goodman,    Arthur    Berman,    Samuel    Sax,    Marvin     Lieberman,    Harold    Goodman,    Fred    Rubin      Robert 

Levy,    Michael    Spigelman,    Bertram    Garskof,    Richard   Wezelmon 
Bottom    row:     Maurice    Pickard,    Stanley    Kantor,    Robert    Shapiro,    'tanford     Rubin,     Ronald     Blumenfeld,     Kent     Gerber      Paul     Keeshin 

Irving     Burnstine,     Harvey     Pool,     Allen     Hochfelder,     Stanley     Elster 


369 


Top    row:     Carl    Ostrand,    George    Smith,    James    McGMI,    Donald    Bowers,   Roger  Streibich,   Ronald   Westbrook,   Paul   Priebe,   Richard   Hill,   Richard 

Peterson,    Jim    Keehner,    Robert    Little,    William    Hoffman,    Robert    Byers 
Third    row:     Daniel    Lirot,   William    leuter,   Donald   Drummond,   Thomas   Ainsley,   James    Babcock,   William    Buddig,   Jerome   Groniger,    Paul    Becker, 

Robert  Jenkins,   Kenneth  Pawlak,   Larry  McKnelly,  John  Armstrong,   Richard  Sapler 
Second    row:     Lee   Curtis,    Thomas    Felke,    Richard    Little,    Frank   Strachota,   Albert  Arnold,   William   Bayley,   William   Bingham,   Edward   Bruce,   Paul 

Stephens,   Floyd   Zarbock 
Bottom    row:     Frank    Hedgcock,    Daniel    Damon,    Russell    McDonald,    Edward    Nagel,   John   Jenkins,   Gregory   Voros,    Peter   Koeppen,   Daniel    Berry, 

John   Pettit 
Not    in    panel:     Jeff   Austin,    Walter   Baker,    Don    Brown,    Harry   Childress,    Roderick    Ellis,    Robert    Hershbarger,    Thomas    Johnston,    James    Kahlert, 

Richard    Lacy,    Jay    Larson,    Robert    McKnelly,    Donald    Nagel,    Ralph   Nelson,    Robert   Nesbit,   James   Solomon,    Peter   Tomaras,   Alan   Weaver 


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PHI  GAMMA  DELTA 


401    East  John 


82   Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  William  Bingham,  corresponding  secretary;  Frank  Strachota, 
treasurer;  Roderick  Ellis,  pledge  trainer 

Bottom  row:  William  Bayley,  recording  secretary;  Albert  Arnold,  presi- 
dent;  Richard   Little,   historian 


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Top  row:  Edward  Schulte,  treasurer;  Stephen  Magac,  pledge  master; 
Thomas   Kill  Jam,   secretary 

Bottom  row:  Charles  Wolfenberger,  vice  president;  John  Egan,  presi- 
dent; Jerome  McCarthy,   social  chairman 


PHI  KAPPA 

310  East  Chalmers  35  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:     Kenneth    Fleming,    Patrick    Mahoney,    Thomas    Rank,    Ronald    Kraft,    Robert    Carlson,    George    BonSalle,    James    Bickhaus     Tom 

Fredrick,   Anthony   Lawless,   Richard   Kauth 
Third     rows     Kenneth     Brinks,     Frederick     Heckenkamp,    John     Donahue,  Jerome  McCarthy,  Stephen  Magac,  Gene  Gagliardi,  George  Wood, 

Martin    Swingley,    Gael    Kowalski,    Gerald    Stawick 
Second    row:     William    Murphy,    Thomas    Riordan,   Arthur   DAmbrosio,     James     Fitzgerald,     Charles     Wolfenberger,     John     Egan,     Edward 

Schulte,   Thomas  Killiam,   Larry  Smith,  John  Murphy,  Joseph  Ceo 
Bottom    row:     Thomas   Richardson,   James   Ezop,   Maurice   Klingle,    Frcncis    Emmons,    Paul   Telle,    Lee   Frerker,    Roy   Brizz,   Henry   Geise     Ron 

Coyne,  Patrick  Conlon 
Not    in    panel:     Vincent    Norris,    George    Paulissen,    Robert    Hartman,    Thomas    Wynn,    George    Haley,    John    Eure 


371 


Top  row:  John  Dennis,  Terrance  O'Neill,  Brian  Voth,  Walter  Doyle,  Donald  Page,  Darrel  Harter,  Daniel  Simpson,  David  Buswell,  Robert 
Mihm,    Philip    Wyatt,    Harry    Summers,    Peter    Ford,    William    Prescott 

Third  row:  Jack  Stephens,  Rudolph  Schmidt,  Rudolf  Frasca,  Ralph  Jensen,  James  Lyons,  William  Stocking,  Kenneth  Schlomann,  Darryl  Lamps, 
Randy  Thomas,  Walter  Vernasco,  Frank  Damore 

Second  row:  Orin  Steinhaus,  Stephen  Trelease,  Don  Reeder,  John  Green,  Clark  O'Halloran,  Daniel  Miollis,  Thomas  Tuck,  Robert  Mast,  Ed- 
ward Prichard,   Robert  Palermo 

Bottom  row:  Curtis  Truckenbrod,  John  Knobel,  Glenn  Johnson,  Benjamin  Waldie,  Bill  Alplanalp,  Sidney  Gorham,  Donald  McKmley,  Robert 
DesEnfants,   John   Koester 


PHI   KAPPA  PSI 


911    South    Fourth 


58   Active    Chapters 


Top  row:  Stephen  Trelease,  sergeant  at  arms;  Robert  Mast,  scholar- 
ship   chairman;    Orin    Steinhaus,    chapter   messenger 

Bottom  row:  Edward  Prichard,  historian;  John  Green,  vice  president; 
Clark  O'Halloran,  president;  Don  Reeder,  corresponding  secretary,- 
Daniel   Miollis,   treasurer 


372 


Donald     Foley,     pledge     trainer;     Gerald     Lahey,     second     vice    president; 
Robert    Pasnau,     president;    Jerry    Maisenbacher,    vice    president 


PHI  KAPPA  SIGMA 

313   East  Chalmers  44   Active   Chapters 


Top   row:     Donald   Dubos,    Edward   Johnson,   Howard   Book,   George   Ellis,     John     Gratchner,     Jackson     Rosskamm,     James     Downing,     Larry 

Martin,    Lester    Schnake,    Ronald    Gilbert,    James    Backoff,    Ronald  Watkins,  Thomas  Alexander,  James  Sindt 
Third     row:     William     Frisbie,     Lee    Warrick,     Keith    Ouackenbush,    Allen    Borring,    Norman    Zeter,    Elliott    Moore,    Raymond    Page,    Donald 

Kudzma,    Charles    Enderby,    Dick   Taylor,    Donald    Hagemaster,    Paul     Gottschalk,     Banfield     Capron,     Richard     Torpe,     Leroy     Dawson, 

Richard    Shelby,    William    Shade,    Thomas    Brownlee 
Second    row:     William    Coleman,    Walter    Newlin,    Richard    Stream,    James    Stocker,    Donald    Foley,    Gerald    Lahey,    Robert    Pasnau,    Jerry 

Maisenbacher,    Ralph   Grauer,    Jan    Smid,    James    Wilgus,    Thomas   Dicks,    William   Gray,   Thomas  Wheeler 
Bottom    row:     Peter   Weitzel,    Thomas    Moore,    Frank    Pontious,    Robert   Lacher,   Thomas   O'Brien,   Charles   Thompson,   Herbert  Jensen,  James 

Murdoch,   Kenneth  Cullen,  Walter  Gunn 
Not    in    panel:     Joseph    Devall,    Carl    Groen,    Richard    Gustafson,    Donald  Hardin,   Edwin  Pratt,  Clement  Ryan,  Thomas  Slater,  Terry  Wade, 

Dennis   Weichman 


373 


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Top  row:  William  McNair,  John  Horon.  Kenneth  DiPrima,  James  Wright,  Roger  Martin,  James  Kennedy,  Sherman  Lawrence,  Richard  Miller, 
Joe   Meller,   John    Shepherd,    David    Holmes,    Rene   Gaiennie,   James    Kornwolf,    Charles   Bauch 

Third  row:  Carl  Freddy,  Alvin  Belsley,  Larry  Thomson,  Richard  Swanson,  Craig  Johnson,  Thomas  Chilcott,  Richard  Hodges,  Armand  Andre, 
Frank    Laraia,    James    Brubaker,    Harold    Rosenwinkel,   John    Petko,    Richard   Cooper,    Phillip   Dressier 

Second  row:  James  Otto,  Wesley  Dejmek,  Robert  Nejdl,  Charles  Gautschy,  Allen  Bradley,  James  Voorhees,  Leonard  Walberg,  Phillip  Miller, 
Roger   Vaughn,    Richard   Hangren,   John   Thompson 

Bottom  row:  Ronald  Wiles,  John  Kronvall,  Carl  Budelsky,  James  Hardesty,  Bryce  Bolton,  Art  Daniels,  Vernon  Gillespie,  Wallace  Franken- 
stein,   James    Watt,    Donald    Thompson,    Jack    Winchell 

Not   in   panel:      Gus   Mackris 


PHI  KAPPA  TAU 


310  East  Gregory 


70  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Charles  Gautschy,  house  manager;  Allen  Bradley,  treasurer; 
Phillip   Miller,    secretary 

Bottom  row:  Roger  Vaughn,  social  chairman;  James  Voorhees,  presi- 
dent;   Leonard    Wa!b3rg,    vice   president 


374 


Top  row:  Jack  Nitzkin,  junior  member,  executive  council;  Darryl  Lem, 
senior  member,  executive  council;  Melvin  Jacobs,  vice  president; 
Marvin    Lipschultz,   treasurer 

Bottom  row:  Edward  Abrams,  member  at  large;  Bernard  Alpert,  presi- 
dent 


PHI  SIGMA  DELTA 


706  West  Ohio  33  Active  Cnapiers 


Top  row:  Arthur  Lerner,  Donald  Norris,  David  Saidel,  Lawrence  Soger,  Lawrence  Schwartzberg,  Melvin  Newman,  Mitchell  Bender, 
Jack    Nitzkin,    Jerome    Tankel,    Marvin    Factor,    Udell     Bernstein,    Norman    Dunn,    Donald    Goldstein,    Robert   Karns' 

Third  row:  Jerrold  Siegel,  David  Birkner,  Jerome  Zeldes,  Jerome  Brody,  Allan  Nelson,  Peter  Lawrence,  Alan  Toppel,  Arvum  Dan- 
nen,     Eli     Levin,    Victor    Feldman,    Arnold    Kanter,    Fred    Kanter,    Charles    Gannon,    Arthur    Nordenberg 

Second  row:  Darryl  Lem,  Jerome  Shaffer,  Irwin  Alter,  Edward  Abrams,  Melvin  Jacobs,  Bernard  Alpert,  Mrs.  Belle,  Marvin  Lip- 
schultz,   Herbert    Weintraub,    Sidney    Kaz,    Allen    Engermon,    Howard  Solotroff 

Bottom  row:  Arnold  Zimmerman,  Alfred  Chiprin,  Burton  Reckles,  Marshall  Ruttenberg,  David  Lowy,  Bernard  Turek,  Lester  Weinstine, 
Theodore  Gertz 

Not  in  panel:  Lawrence  Slutsky,  Morris  Witney,  John  Klowons,  Donald  Lasser,  Floyd  Nadler,  Gerald  Stearn,  Philip  Taxman,  Bernard 
Winsburg 


Top  row:  Jack  Nordin,  Dennis  Johnson,  Bertram  Oarbour,  Richard  Lee,  Harold  Jenson,  Paul  Judson,  Carl  Born  ho  It,  Richard  Maxwell,  Her- 
cules   Zagoras,    Lloyd    Heisler 

Fourth  row:  Harold  Mooberry,  John  Marquis,  Robert  Thorpe,  John  Elliott,  Arthur  Price,  Lenos  Muret,  Marvin  Graves,  Lano  Frank,  John 
Trogolo,    James    Sokolowski 

Third  row:  George  Gellert,  George  Binder,  John  Murray,  Donald  Zugschwerdt,  Robert  Bein,  Robert  Thurnblad,  Richard  Hoag,  James  Holt, 
Dave    Lively,    Jack   Artigues 

Second  row:  Tom  Krainovich,  Robert  Barackman,  Walter  Gragan,  Orville  Asper,  James  Hanson,  Bruce  Meltmar,  Erich  Heintzen,  John  Lively, 
Robert    Rodine,    Lewis    Gessler,    Donald    Zalesky 

Bottom    row:      John    Kating,    Richard    Gunn,    Ronald    Mohr,    Gary    Willms,     Ray    Timm,    John     Lee,     Ralph    Gee,    John    McWilliams,    George    Moeller 

Not    in    panel:      Thomas    Baker,    Melih    Dura),    Frank    Madonia,    Kenneth    Swienton 


PHI  SIGMA  KAPPA 

1004  South   Second  66  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:       Richard    Hoag,   treasurer;   James   Holt,    secretary;    John   Murray, 

rushing   chairman;    Donald   Zugschwerdt,   commissar 
Bottom    row:      Robert    Bein,    vice    president;    Robert    Thurnblad,    president 


376 


Top     row:      Edward     Paul,     assistant     treasurer;     Edward     McCrary,     vice 

president 
Bottom    row:     John    Rinedotlar,    president;     Ramon    Galarneau,    treasurer; 

Joe    Phillips,    historian 


PI  KAPPA  ALPHA 

102  East  Chalmers  109  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Howard    Wilson,    Rodney    Franklin,    Joseph    Phillips,    Wayne     Weber,      Richard     Weisbaum,     Braden     Anderson,     Walter     link, 

Donald    Brinker,    Alan    Barrows,    Fredrick    Lorsen,    Edward    Paul,    Francis    Biedermon,    Raymond   Andrews 
Third    row:      Charles    Eliason,    David    Hucker,    Roger   Carlson,    Russell    McClellan,    Harold    Fox,    Barry    Hough,    John    Gray,    Kenneth    Stark, 

Paul    Crossland,    Harold    Strudhoff,    Jon    Liliequist,    Ronald    Walaitis,   Gerald    Pierard 
Second    row:      Charles    Walter,    Richard    Tolley,    Robert   Trumbull,    John    Hoyt,    Charles    Elliott,    Edward   McCrary,    John    Rinedollar,    Ramon 

Galarneau,    Frank    Gerace,    John    Turner,    Henry    Uschan,    Norman    Kidd,    Richard   Swanson 
Bottom    row:      George   Zenz,   William    Peterson,    Raymond    Kizior,    Ronald    Griesheimer,    Richard   McCrary     Gene   McNames     Larry    Hosteller, 

Robert   Heckler 
Not    in    panel:      Joseph    Blackmore,    Lennart   Johnson,    Bruce    Hannon,    Lawrence   Chapman,   Jack   Quell,   James   Harris,   John    Herbolsheimer 


Top    row:      Eugene    Baethke,    Lawrence    Inglis,    Rudolph    Nekovar,    Leonard     Perkowski,     Robert    Anderson,     Roger    Derby,     Robert    Za  I  a  tons,    Al 

Rosanes,    John    Williams 
Third    row:      James    Leach,    Nathaniel    Shepard,    William    Anda,    John    Herh,    August    Massa,    Walter    Michaelis,    Gerhart    Metz,    Charles    Nagel 
Second    row:      John    Trebilcock,    Donald    Thompson,    Roger    King,    Donald    Freund,    Larry    Miller,    David    Doetzel,    Eugene    Tomlin,    David    Falls 
Bottom    row:       Larry    Kresin,    Richard    Bangert,    Philip    Dennis,    Milton    Diedrlck,    Dennis    Patera,    Gordon    Mueller,    Philip    Bisesi 
Not    in    panel:      Henry    Babel,    Harry    Brunner,    Robert    Davis,    Vernon   Shepherd,  William   Donahue,   Douglas   Deuss 


PI  KAPPA  PHI 

801    West   Illinois  45  Active  Chapters 


Top     row:       Larry     Miller,     treasurer;      Eugene     Tomlin,     warden;     Donald 

Freund,     president;     Rose.     Kino       rccr-tary 
Boitom    row:      David    Dootzcl,    historian;    Donald    Thompson,    chcplain 


378 


William    Sider,    vice    president;    Jerry    Fishman,    treasurer;    Allan    Brown, 
secretary;     Sidney    Desser,     president;     Leslie    Hefter,     marshall 


i 


PI  LAMBDA  PHI 

52    East   Armory  37   Active    Chapters 


Top  row:  Harold  Dreebin,  Herbert  Oberlonder,  Sonford  Grow,  Corwin  Gross,  Alan  Kurtzman,  Howard  Malkin,  Leslie  Kipnis,  Ronald 
Stone,    Milton    Okeon,    Larry    Fernstein,    Sidney    Granat 

Fourth  row:  Myron  Stillerman,  Herbert  August,  Burton  Berman,  Allen  Cohen,  Richard  Stiegel,  Henry  Wieseneck,  Ira  Lurvey  James 
Blattner,    Robert   Mell,    Barry   Shipp,    David    Kurzband 

Third  row:  Morris  Levy,  Merwin  Auslander,  Spencer  Strellis,  William  Sider,  Sidney  Desser,  Jerry  Fishman,  Allen  Brown,  Harold  Wag- 
man,  Burton  Palmer,  Sherwin  Bairn 

Second  row:  Manfred  Wise,  Jules  Cohen,  William  Cohen,  Stuart  Katz,  Sheldon  Sandman,  Sol  Horo,  Melvin  Berman,  Gerald  White, 
Bernard   Reizner 

Bottom    row:     Alan    Levy,    Robert   Trilling,   Jerome   Mailer,    Michael   Goodwin,    Basil    Kromelow,    David   Rice,   Maurice    Levy,   Thomas   Snyder 

Not  in  panel:     Leslie  Hefter 


Top    row:     John    Trimble,    Thomas    Hull,    William    Ambrose,    Neil    Sorenson,   Ronald   Vogel,   Roger  Creaden,   James   Lee,   George   Steffen,    Leonard 

Savage,    Willard    Johnson,    Jack    Stumpf,    Meyric    Rogers,    Curtis    Allison 
Third    row:     James    Jacobs,    William    Niewold,    Robert   McCullough,    Walter    Marty,    James    Mueller,    Henry    Miller,    Philip    Joy,    Theodore    Griffin, 

Albert    Campbell,    Sheldon    Hauck,    James    Archer,    Wallace    Gruenberg,  Sidney  Hormell 
Second    row:     Edward    Luczak,   Joseph   Miller,   Thomas   Swanson,    Henry   Piekarski,    Kenneth    Fairbanks,    William    Manning,    Robert   Maxey,    Bernard 

Quandt,    Kenneth    Derby,    Richard    Carlson,    Tucker   Nason 
Bottom    row:     Robert   Stiven,    Arnold    Gotaas,    John    Dibble,    Ronald    Yeast,    Ronald    Schindewolf,    Donald    Miller,    Robert    Olson,    Richard    Teerlink, 

Robert  Springborn,  John  Healey 
Not  in  panel:     Stephen  Speltz 


PSI  UPSILON 

313    East   Armory  32   Active   Chapters 


Kenneth  Fairbanks,  treasurer;  William  Manning,  first  vice  president; 
Robert  Maxey,  president;  Kenneth  Derby,  secretary;  Bernard  Quandt, 
second   vice   president 


380 


John    Brue,    house   manager;    David   Mummery,   eminent   recorder;  Michael 

McCray,   rushing   chairman;   Allyn   Webb,   eminent   treasurer;  William 

Thatcher,    deputy    archon;    Gerald    Brown,    eminent    archon;  William 
Day,    eminent   herald;    Richard    Walker,    chronicler 


SIGMA  ALPHA  EPSILON 


211    East  Daniel 


136  Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     William    Day,    Jerald    Crickman,    Jon    Weiss,    Phillip    Kenner,   John   Kunz,   William   King,   Richard   Borsini,   Roger  Bielefeld    Gary 

Leonardo,    David    North,    John    Brue,    Charles    Larson,    Fred    Cox,  William  Ozburn,  Oscar  Lennard 
Fourth    row:     Theodore    Wanberg,    William    Rizono,    Travor    Beste,    John     Ford,    Gordon    Fales,    James    Glasford,    Ronald    Rigoni      William 

Enckson,    Lawrence   Gorney,    Robert   Bortz,    Richard    Damiani,    Leo  Malantis,   Richard  Walker 
Third    row:     David    Mummery,    William    Thatcher,    John    Heindel,    Michael   McCr'ay,   Gerald   Brown,   Mrs.   Curry,   Allyn  Webb     Thomas  Dye 

Vince  Feigenbutz,  Allen  Kay,  Gene  Maynard 
Second   row:     Thomas  Orr,   Clyde  Wadlow,  Albert  Van  Maele,   Richard   Hoard,   David   Campbell,    Donald   Warner     John   Blonkenship     Peter 

Anderson,    John    Williamson,    Guy   Seymour,    Arthur   Sorbitz 
Bottom    row:     James    Chengary,    Charles    Marshall,    Robert    Gard,    George  Grubb,   Richard   Larkin,  William   Stott,  Thomas  Camburn     Joseph 

Kater,  Frank  Paschen 
Not    in    panel:     Robert    Benson,    Louis    Fancher,    Raymond    Garlanger,    Henry    Hennis,    Phillip    Peterson,    Robert    Abbott,    Myless    Pember 


381 


L 


Top    row:     James    Pinski,    Lorry    Kaufman,    Ronald    Pinski,    Harold    Shavell,    Burton    Sherman,    Marvin    Feig,    Bernard   Ashen,    Richard   Waller,    Barry 

Janov,    Joseph    Siegman,    Arnold    Martin,    James    Carmel,    Thomas    Stern,   Arnold   Vidis,   Frank  Sommers 
Third    row:     Earl    Rubin,    Jerold    Steinman,    Leonard    Abrams,    David    Levy,   Joshia   Pais,   Jason   Silverstein,   Donald   Schaumberger,   Richard   Schaum- 

berger,    Jerome    Pollan,    Joel    Carlins,    Jerome    Bold,    Hubert    Weinstein,    Michael    Rosen,    Charles    Brusso 
Second    row:     Hyman    Shapiro,    Burton    Rosenberg,    Ronald    Katch,      Morton   Silbar,   Harvey  Greenstein,   Gordon   Bloomberg,  Alex  Broun,   Roy  Smith, 

Irwin  Katz,  Joseph  Aronstam 
Bottom     row:     Edgar    Gilbert,     Mitchell    Meltzer,     Phillip    Schulman,    Gene   Berns,    Martin    Berns,    Paul    Friedman,    Howard   Sider,    Robert   Handler 
Not    in    panel:     Arthur    Zimmerman,    Jerome    Zelden,    Leonard    Lirtzman 


SIGMA  ALPHA  MU 

805    West    Pennsylvania  40    Active    Chapters 


Merton   Silbar,   exchequer;    Harvey   Greenstein,    prior;    Gordon    Bloomberg, 
recorder 


382 


Thomas    Harvey,    pledge    trainer;    Donald    Kane,    secretary;    Byron    West, 
president;     Richard    Magee,    treasurer;     Frank    Herold,    vice    president 


SIGMA  CHI 

410   East   John  124   Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     Thomas    Luker,    Donald    Bostrom,    Richard    Thompson,    Wayne    lockwood,     Robert    Hoff,    Robert    Barrett,     Joseph    Peck,    Wayne 

Smith,    Harvard    Schmidt,    Stan    Peterson,    Ernest    Degenhardt,    Donald     Manthei,     William     Warner,     Walter     Shaw,     Peter     Whitmer, 

Thomas    Kovich,    Richard    Cline,    David    Fewkes 
Third    row:      Bennie    Coffman,    James    Ellmore,    Philip    Chappel,    Douglas  Smith,   Charles  Shoemaker,   Paul    Landgren,   Craig    Hart,   Thompson 

Dyke,    Richard    Smith,    Thomas    MacMillan,    Thomas    Klaus,    Richard   Griffiths,    Richard   McCaw,    Curus   Nichols,    Charles   Seihert,    Horry 

Hoffman 
Second    row:     Don    Garner,    David    Clark,    Karl    Brix,    Phil    Jenkins,    Adam    Bachman,    Richard    Magee,    Byron    West,    Frank    Herold,    Thomas 

Harvey,     David    Andrews,     Richard     Bostrom,     Thomas     Goad,     John   Rule,  Thomas  Hubbard 
Bottom    row:     Charles    Keller,    James    McNally,    Charles    Cline,    Peter    Fischer,    John    Voyda,    Calvin    Wessman,    James    Hotchkiss,    Ronald 

Aldridge,    Wesley    Lindberg,     Richard    McElhiney,    Robert    Home,   John  Marquke 
Not  in   panel:     Thomas  Cox,   Emerit   Lindbeck,   Samuel   Hill,   Samuel   Foster,     Richard     Hendrickson,     David     Miller,     Robert     Klaus,     Howard 

McCracken,    Donald    Kane,    Hiles   Stout,    Willard    Thompson,    Dean  Willmann,   Ralph  Jensen 


383 


M 


Top    row:     Robert    Van    Treeck,    Frank    Holland,    Richard    Lewis,    Jack    Sieburg,    Richard    Newberry,    Matthew    Kelch,    Richard    Barber,    Clark    Niss, 

John    Floyd,    Richard   Griffith,    Conrad    Kies,   John    Paul,   George   McKinney,    Robert    Young,    Keith    Blandford,    Donald    Heneise 
Third    row:     Warren    Moulds,    David   Overaker,    Donald    Lurtz,    Robert    Ekedahl,    George    Andreos,    Roger    Kantola,    Thomas    Neary,    Ronald    Nylen, 

Donald     Westerberg,     Kenneth     Lohbauer,     Wilfred     Landreth,     Richard      Pedersen,    Donald    Gribble,    John    Melaniphy,      Neil    Murphy 
Second    row:     Herbert   Engdahl,   Robert   Clark,   Bruce   Struckman,   James   Hartman,    William   Thomas,    Mrs.    Barnhill,   Hugh   Giertz,    Donald   Niemann, 

William    Suter,    Charles    Westphal,    Robert    Burns 
Bottom    row:     Fred    Rabe,    Lawrence   Stasaitis,    Larry    Meyers,    Vito    lovino,    John    Lund,    Henry    Thuman,    Robert    Kennedy,    James    Skinner,    Dennis 

Schmidt,     Michael     Guinan,     Robert    Delaney,    William     Frank 
Not    in    panel:     William    Aufderhaar,    Kent    Beauchamp,    Joseph    Casserly,   Paul  Thiessen,  Gerald   Moser,   Robert  Friedrich,  Melvin   Dewey,   Charles 

Verret,    David    Stephens,    Dennis   Tucker,   James   Gibbons 


SIGMA  NU 

1009  West  Pennsylvania  119  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  Robert  Ekedahl,  rushing  chairman;  Robert  Clark,  house  man- 
ager 

Second  row:  Hugh  Giertz,  lieutenant  commander;  William  Thomas,  com- 
mander 

Bottom    row:     Donald    Niemann,    recorder;    Bruce    Struckman,    treasurer 


384 


Top    row:     Donald    Corr,    vice    president;    Phil    DeProtine,    pledge   master; 

John   Witt,   secretary 
Bottom     row:     Richard     Yates,     business     manager;     Walter    Glitzenstein, 

president;    Harold    Nero,    historian-chaplain 


SIGMA  PHI   DELTA 

1103    West    Illinois  11    Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     Ronald    Swallow,    Glenn    Zieman,    William    Evans,    Richard    Day,    James    Desch.    Robert   Gondry,    Anthony    Vilona,    Ronald    Lee 
Second    row:     Henry    Stillwell,    Phil    DeProtine,    Donald    Carr,    Walter   Glitzenstein,   John   Witt,    Robert   Beals,    T.    P.   Torda,    Harold      Nero 
Bottom    row:     Perry   Tanner,    Richard    Yates,    Charles   Hill,   Joseph   Salem,     Robert    Waddick,     Harold    Greer,     Miroslaw     Noyszewski 
Not  in  panel:     Ted  Truske,  John  Holmquest 


385 


Top  row:  Vance  Frealy,  Derrence  Smaoge,  James  Mahon,  Philip  Smith,  Charles  Edwards,  Dean  Zaumseil,  Herbert  Longendorf,  James  Lunder- 
gan,    Walter    Brucker,    Bruce   Stebbings,    Darrell    Kahl,    Richard    McGjire.     William    Burke,     Benjamin    Zicarelli 

Third  row:  Robert  Witherspoon,  Willard  Alford,  Henry  Moorehouse,  Tom  Potter,  Ray  Bockman,  Dick  Barbel,  Fred  Peters,  Roy  Schroeder,  Ken- 
neth   Kopecky,   John    Boyle,    Richard    Harrison,    Robert   Seekatz,   Wilfrsd    Robinson 

Second  row:  John  Henderson,  Roland  Clement,  Lyman  Goss,  Caesar  Klaus,  Melvin  Weidner,  Herbert  Thurman,  Albert  Wendt,  John  Clemens, 
John   DeLaurenti,   William   Winterhoff,   Richard   Bary,   William   Raimer 

Bottom  row:  Dittmor  Luers,  William  Peterson,  Robert  Dunworth,  Richard  Green,  Gerald  Lauterbach,  Kenneth  Goodwin,  John  Schnibben,  Ed- 
ward Bayless,  Andrew  Holmes 

Not    in    panel:     Robert    Spraetz,    Glenn    Boles,    Phillip    Petty 


SIGMA  PHI  EPS1LON 


1105   South    Fourth  135   Active   Chapters 


Melvin    Weidner,    secretary;     Lyman    Goss,     historian;    Herbert    Thurman, 
president;    Albert   Wendt,    vice   president;    Caesar   Klaus,    comptroller 


Top     row:     Robert    Oie,     secretary 
Felderman,    sergeant  at   arms 

Bottom    row:     Harry    May  nor,    vice    pre 
David  Pickard,  pledge  master 


Richard     Lannon,     treasurer;     Stanley 
dent;    William    Faude,    president; 


402    East   Armory  51    Active   Chapters 


Top  row:  Kenneth  Mullen,  Kenneth  Quirk,  Howard  Vandeburgh,  Charles  Hamilton,  Robert  luetje,  William  Graham,  Donald  Long, 
Charles    Hruska,    Robert    Colwell,    Larry    Marthaler,    John    Moron,    Glenn    Groth,    William    Boyd,    Wayne    Martin,    William    Pickard 

Third  row:  Gordon  Reichert,  Ronold  Hewitt,  Kenneth  Spengler,  David  Nightingale,  Ronald  Grosch,  Franklin  Schrage,  John  Michel, 
James    Minor,    Douglas    Reynolds,    John    Schmidt,    Stuart    Sherman,  Duane  Swarts 

Second  row:  Rodney  Ruch,  Bob  Buckles,  Richard  Lannon,  Harry  Maynor,  William  Faude,  David  Pickard,  Robert  Oie,  Stanley  Felder- 
man,   Bill    Turner,    Thomas    Rowader,    Keith   Prater 

Bottom  row:  Benjamin  Davenport,  Jerry  Algeo,  George  Bowman,  Lowry  Boyley,  George  Morris,  Donald  Joslin,  Gary  Montgomery,  Paul 
Swade,    Roderick    Rahn,    Charles    Correll,    Edward    Bayer 

Not  in  panel:  Lawrence  Breyfogle,  James  Cameron,  Richard  Dancey,  Charles  Finn,  Roderick  Fraser,  Robert  Frisk,  John  Kaindl,  Ronald 
Klopatek,    Robert    Leonard,    James    Pettinger,    Joseph    Pulliam,    Richard    Ward,    Donald    Harris,    Ronald    Renn 


Top    row:     Ronald    Bennett,    Jerry    Edeistein,    Carl    Levine,    David    Showenstadt,    David    Bloom,    Barry    Altenberg,    Charles    Lewis,    Seymour    Levin, 

Melvyn    Mozinski,   Gene    Erlich,   Joel   Miller,   Jack    Libby,   Burton   Greenberg,  Theodore  Schechter,  Charles  Glick,   Bruce  DeMar,  Paul  Goldstein, 

Charles    Hirsch,   James   Fox,   Jerry    Friedman 
Third    row:     Elliot    Zimmerman,     Larry    Berkley,    Robert    Sharfman,    Sidney    Robin,    Richard    Bass,    Morton    Lerman,    Joseph    Dixler,    David    Rosner, 

Stuart    Wallace,    Charles    Goodman,    Jerald    Much,    Henry    Gould,    Jerold    Sager,    Leonard    Kaplan,    Robert    Lyon,    Allen   Gerrard 
Second    row:     Lewis    Worth,    Jerry    Markbreit,    Ronald    Karzen,    Stuart   Musick,     Arnold     Kominsky,     Jerrol     Harris,     Walter    Weiss,     Jordan     Sachs, 

Arnold    Cohn,    Eddie    Randell,    Jay    Ellenby,    Sorrel   Stein,    Stewart   Gartner,  Myron  Cholden 
Bottom     row:     Edward     Harris,     Larry    Pollock,     Myron    Greenberg,     Arnold    Gilberg,    Morton    Sapkin,    Harold    Pines,    Ronald    Kaiser,    Joel    Kruger, 

Howard   Schwarzbach,   Earl   Sigoloff,    Laurence   Rubin,   Jay   Bishov,   Richard   Levinson 
Not    in    panel:     Jay    Balin,    Charles    Horwitz,    Robert    Echt,    Sherwin   Strauss 


TAU  EPSILON   PHI 


105    East   Armory  44   Active   Chapters 


Walter   Weiss,    scribe;    Jerrol    Harris,    chancellor;    Arnold    Kominsky,    vice 
chancellor;  Stuart  Musick,  bursar 


388 


Top     row:     David     Spencer,     secretary;     Jack     Shockley,     pledge    trainer; 

James    Goodwine,    vice    president;    Arthur    Naumon,    historian 
Second    row:     Paul    Lauschke,    president;    Deane    Biehler,    chaplain 
Bottom    row:     Samuel   Gillespie,    sergeant  at   arms;    David   Enright,   treas- 
urer 


TAU   KAPPA  EPSILON 


308  East  Armory 


103  Active  Chapters 


Top  row:  John  Paulson,  Richard  Husman,  Jay  Fitts,  Walter  Hoel,  Charles  Von  Tassel,  Theodore  Dorward,  John  Wilson,  James  Big- 
ley,  Gary  Burton,  Rudolf  Siegert,  Victor  Isakson,  John  Murray,  Robert  Bean,  Charles  Eastman,  Robert  Walbaum  Robert  Forsythe 
George    Fluegel,    Dole    Biehler,    David    Herr,    Harry    Bextel 

Third  row:  Paul  Beeson,  Norman  Fombelle,  William  Shaw,  Jack  Lusk,  Lome  Fitts,  Lorry  Livengood,  Thomas  Keech,  Randell  Cox, 
Kenneth  Lehner,  Kenneth  Sale,  Earl  Carlson,  Gerald  McKay,  Charles  Bookstaver,  Frederich  Naegele  Richard  Pisoni  Rodney  Bru- 
ner,   Arnold   Ruskin,  William   Phillips,   Virgil   Fieber,   Robert  Seed 

Second  row:  Paul  Postlewaite,  Jack  Shockley,  James  Goodwine,  Arthur  Naumon,  David  Enright,  Paul  Lauschke  David  Spencer  Samuel 
Gillespie,    Deane    Biehler,    Robert    Haymaker,    David    Sauder 

Bottom  row:  Daniel  Kuhn,  Paul  Carr,  Leonard  Johnson,  Thomas  Justiz,  John  Voelpel,  Allan  Orr,  Noel  Lehner,  William  Rousey  Robert 
Horton,    Charles    Bednar,    Donald    Edwards,    Charles   Peterson,   William   Meisterllng 

Not    in    panel:     Roger    Crump,    George   Sturmon,    Thomas    Fife,    Donald  Klick 


389 


Top    row:     Theodore     Ingrassia,    William     Hayes,     Ronald    Wendt,     Phillip    Ingerson,    Fred    Manalli,    John    Koucky,    Harry   Watts,    Laurence    Frank, 

Grovenor    Weichbrodt,    William    Henbest,    Jack    Pettis,    Harvard    Keefe,  Arthur  Baker,  Ronald  Aiken 
Third    row:     Charles    Curry,    John    Lindskold,    John    Lytle,    John    Keranen,   Louis  Whitmer,  Ronald  Firebaugh,  David  Weber,  Eugene  Hadley,  Joseph 

Burba,    James    Lauritsen,    Larry    Lowe,    Eldric   Secrest,    William    Terry,    Harrison   Winter 
Second    row:     Donald    Champion,    Robert   Sick,    John    Woolard,    Donald    Elliott,    James    Ronk,    Woodruff    Burt,    Donald    Pearson,    James    Davis,    Paul 

McMullen,  Robert  Plozay,  Milton  Myers 
Bottom   row:     Henry   Kapell,   John   Griffin,   Noel   Biery,   Richard   Cox,  Thorn  is   Hornsby,    Ernest   Humphrey,   Gordon   Ekedahl,   Donald   Thornton,   James 

Mitchell,   Robert  Metzler,   Richard  Starman,   Harold   Wilson 
Not    in    panel:     Douglas    Champion,    Rolla    McMullen,    John    Parson,    Gus  iv  Voigt,  John  Miller 


James    Davis,    secretary;    Donald    Pearson,   vice   president;    Woodruff   Burt, 
president;    James    Ronk,    marshal;    Paul    McMullen,    treasurer 


THETA  CHI 

505   East   Chalmers  112   Active   Chapters 


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390 


Top    row:     Ross    Cinfer,    commissar;    Fred   McDowell,    recording    secretary; 

George     Humphrey,     vice     president;     Steven     Borik,     president 
Bottom     row:     Jon    Hunt,    treasurer;     Harlan     Stubbs,     rushing     chairman; 

Robert   Sachs,    corresponding   secretary 


THETA  DELTA  CHI 


901    South  Second 


30  Active  Chapters 


Top    row:      Robert    Rondolph,    Charles    McDonough.    Michael    Uran,     Lee    Sentman,    Gerald    Haselhuhn,    Dennis    Shafer     Reginald    Ingrassia 

Ernest    Bozzy,    James    Piper,    Robert    Sachs,    Roland    Travers 
Third    row:     Michael    Thornton,    Robert   Gercas,    Ronald    lamson,    Allan    Schultz,    Melvin    Blaurock,    Donald    Barak     Robert   Stubbs     Laurence 

Moron,    James    Blakley,    Herman    Velasco 
Second    row:     Harlan    Stubbs,    Jon     Hunt,     Ronald     Bowen,     Fred    McDowell,    Walter   Shaw,    Steven    Borik,    George   Humphrey     Frank   Fior- 

enza,   Ross  Confer 
Bottom    row:     Niel I    Krueger,    Edwin    Greenwald,    Riley    Walters,    James   Smith,   Brian   Larson,   George   Roth,   Richard   Bursell     Donald   Brice 

Frank  Spink,  Charles  Osterhoff 
Not    in    panel:     Donald    O'Connor,    Ronald   Tarr,    George    Florman 


Top    row:     George    Fatta,    Michael    Calligan,    Ronald    Kozan,    William    Hergenrother,    Daniel    Yavorsky,    LeRoy    Marchescki,    Lawrence    Lee,    Thomas 

Varner,     Richard     Foster,    Carl     Miklas,    John    Hanson 
Third    row:     Frank    Merlo,    William    Kerns,    Frank    Minster,     Louis    Pierotti,     James     Schaefer,     Donald     Kaiser,     Ronald     Zachary,     Bruce     Verkruyse, 

Alvin  Slowik 
Second    row:     Raymond    Haslanka,    John    Donahue,    Robert    Reyner,     Reverend    O'Rourke,    Louis    Liddi,    John    Grabowski,    Thomas    Mizera,    Ronald 

Zionts,   Edward   Truschke 
Bottom    row:     Ronald    Minor,    Charles    Detwiler,    Joseph    Abel,    Marvin    Rawski,    Lawrence    Sennello,    Herbert    Fitzgerald,    Gerald    Podlin 
Not    in    panel:     Edward     Bedard,     Clyde    Grimm,    John     Hardgrove,     Lawrence  Krai,   Raymond  Thompson 


THETA   KAPPA   PHI 


1011    South   Sixth  24   Active   Chapters 


John   Donahue,   vice  president;   Robert  Reynek,   president;   John  Grabowski, 
treasurer;    Louis   Liddi,   secretary 


392 


Arnold    Poolasini,    presi- 


Top    row:     Robert    Lahendro,    social    chai 
dent;   Daniel  Bleck,  vice  president 

Bottom    row:     Russell    Welker,    corresponding    secretary;    Richard    Christo- 
pher,   treasurer;    Giacinto    Dercoli,    house    manager 


THETA  XI 


205    East   Armor 


53   Active  Chapters 


^'d^^^^^^  A"-    «-".    *-•-    Bleck.    Robert   Uhendro,   Gia- 

SeC0Rdobre0rrWnd6:nat  mS^^T^SmH^.^    ^    **    $M°^   J°e  W«»-    ^   """"^   «*«-  *«tar.   "obert   LeFevre. 


Tod   row     Ronald    Lee,   James   Wood,   James   Suhre,    Frank  Moolin,   Charles  Lumen,  Ronald  Kareken 

Third   row     Theodore    Hebner,   Charles   Banter,   John   Hultberg,    Edward   Swargulski,  Alfred  Ryden,  Donald  Walker 

Second    row     William    Dankert,    Phillip    Lee,    Stuart    Boyle,    Carlos    Garcia-Reyes,    Robert   Turner,    John    Strickland     James    Upchurch 

Bottom    row     James    Swift,    Robert    Haver,    Donald    Buhrmester,    Bruce    Geisert,    Frank   Morton,    Thomas    Regul,    Carl    Hoffee 


TRIANGLE 

112   East   Daniel  16  Active  Chapters 


Top     row:     James     Swift,      commissary;      Frank     Murlon,     treasurer;      Carl 

Hoffee,   recording   secretary 
Bottom    row:     Bruce    Geisert,    president;    Thomas    Rogul,    house    manager; 

Donald  Buhrmester,  vice  president 


394 


Top    row:     Robert    Renier,    treasurer;    Wallace    Cohen,    vice    president 
Bottom     row:     Paul    Sachs,    secretary;     Ronald    Easley,       president 


SIGMA  TAU  GAMMA 


1109  South   Fourth  46  Active  Chapter 


T°P   ThcTrnas^rot'tlr  P°ge'    A'ber'    K'ein'    De"ee    Baumgaer,er<    Robert  Blissard,   Donald  McElfresh,  Von   Ravensbura  Goeler,   Kaye  Johnson, 

BoHom     «w      nmv     «abUe'.  Ar*BUr   G!,ble*r'    PaU'    S,QChS'    R°bert    Renier'    Ronold    Eas,ey-      Wa"°ce   Cohe"-    Edw°rd   Stark,    Kenneth    Row 
Thomas  Enrique  Villa"  Aronson,     Lawrence     Leonard,    Matthew    Napoli,    Richard    Grandchamp,    Robert    Bellman,    James 


Th!rd    ™     Haro ^New^"  Gre^rio    W*    Jcme!    Taxman,    'leonord   Bettinger,  Norman   Lefton,  Stanford  Glass,  Mrs.   Eps.e.n.  housemother; 

Second    Sd^S.  tt^^  "—  ""«.   -«  "— *  ""*"   "— «»■ 

Bottom^  ^yeCoPhtrHowardanCarney.   Eugene  Dreyer,   Alan  Minkin.  Julian    Molinas.    Alan    Rain.    Mormon    Margolin,    Marvin    Ginsberg 


ETA  TAU 


907    South    Fourth 


47   Active    Chapters 


396 


Top  row:  James  Smith,  supreme  council;  Louis  Christensen,  supreme 
council 

Bottom  row:  Carney  Allen,  vice  president;  Edward  Bottomley,  president- 
treasurer;    Frederick    Kaempfer,    supreme    council 


201    East  John  32  Active  Chapters 


T°P  KTd.    ltTc^ke^iiyo%TllCt:n9FUrry-    ^    ^   "**«   ^^  ^  No<"'-   N™  S°*h-  *»««  Gof- 
Th'rdphe°rWe:     ES'llEiflL^  ^    "«""""•     H— ""    *""'•    *»«'■■    "«*— '•     «*     L- 

SeCO;trn7fer,CWiMramLHM,re0r°,h'     *""*    B'°n,i"^m-    Jam«    Smi,h-     ^     Christensen,     Edward     Bottomley 
Bottom    row:     Howard    Sauerman,    Fred    Myers,    Jon    Shuh,    Claude    Kellogg,  August  Rymut,  John  Best 
Not    m    panel:     Charles    Bottomley,    William    Powers,     Richard     Lindrooth     Donald  Mulleins 


ey,     Carney     Allen,     Fredrick 


397 


!!'  '  ■■ 


Top  row  Anthony  Pitochelli  William  Drinkard,  Douglas  Meyers,  Robert  Shinn,  William  Bull,  Robert  Crawford,  Frederick  Owens,  Glenn  Cullen,  Burton  Wilson,  Clar- 
ence Schimelfenig,  James  Sloneker,  George  Dawkins,  Charles  Cupit,  John  Miller,  Robert  Nowak,  Richard  Burg,  Marion  Hersman,  James  Economy,  Larry  Hall, 
Melbert    Peterson  _  _    ,       ,     _  .,  i(    ..  „  ,, 

Third  row  John  Little  Carl  Kammeyer,  Ulrich  Scheibler,  Charles  Roberts,  James  Winetordner,  Wilham  Timmons,  Robert  Fraser,  Robert  Rau,  Hans  Muller,  Kenneth 
Conrow     John    Ras'sweiler,    Perry    Yokum,    Edwin    DeYoung,    John   Almlof,    Paul    Shaw,    James    Florini,    Jerry    Heeschen,    Emmett    Koelble,    William    DePiern 

Second  row'  Harrison  Killam,  Harold  Matsuguma,  Allan  Hay,  Joseph  Dunbar,  William  Samuels,  Richard  Thamm,  reporter;  John  Broman,  master  of  ceremonies; 
William  Lowden,  vice  president;  Robert  Eby,  president;  Tom  Wathen,  secretary;  Louis  Tichacek,  commissar;  John  Law,  treasurer;  Edward  Slifer,  Norman  Bates, 
Robert   Wiederkehr  .      .  ,    _.  ..     _      ,     .  . 

Bottom  row;  Bruno  Vittimberga,  Harley  Ross,  Richard  Sneen,  Ronald  Sauers,  Fredrick  Winter,  Kenneth  Benson,  Anthony  Lowery,  Chui  Liu,  Edward  Contrail,  Frederick 
Wassmundt,    Clarence   Stevens,    Louis    Haefele,    Edwin    Ouinn 

Not    in    panel;     William    Fox,    Robert    Scherrer,    John    Topolewski,    Robert   Wendt 


ALPHA  CHI  SIGMA 


606  West   Ohio 


48  Active  Chapters 


COSMOPOLITAN 


605   East  Daniel 


26   Active   Chapters 


Top    row:     Sayed    Ebadi,    Olanduntoye    Fashola,    Stuart    Langdon,    John    Graham 

Second    row:      Kyung    Won    Lee,    Shoji    Yamada,    John    Karstens,    Ying    Jer    Shieh,    Raiendra    Jain  ..   ,        ,    .    , 

Bottom  row:  Harold  Hutchinson,  Carl  Steiner,  recording  secretary-treasurer;  Moses  De  La  Paz,  vice  president;  George  Haramy,  president;  Alan  Barry,  Richard  Sub- 
lette,   corresponding    secretary;     LunShin    Wei,    sergeant    at    arms  djilvl     al;,„  M,l.:„„m„ 

Not  in  panel:  Borah  Reines,  Gerald  Veach,  Sylvan  Wiley,  Robert  Patton,  George  Mizuguchi,  Donald  Ferguson,  Mehm  San,  Harry  L,m,  Rudolph  Yeh,  Akira  Uch.yama, 
Tetsujiro  Hara,  Ted   Kelz 


398 


Top    row:     Robert    Johnson,    Lorenzo    Martin,    Wesley    McClendon,    John    Everett,    Paul    Davis     Charles    Butler     Buford    Marrun     OnviH    ?:„„„„,      ,  „  u 

N«l°mn    n°nW:|   ^Th"^    ""»   '    3Tu    Wh!,fhead<    R°"°'d    S,ewart.    William    Hayes,    Herman   Ingrcm,  Gerald   Brown,  Toussaint  Toole 

Not    ,„    panel:     Theodore    Manuel,    Henry    Curt.ss,    Melvin    Bates,    Edward    Muldrow,    Samuel    Sutherland,    Clyde    Bell,    vice    president;    Abraham    Woodson.    Leo    Clay 


KAPPA  ALPHA  PSI 

707   South   Third  204   Active   Chapters 


399 


TAU   DELTA  PHI 

1105   South   First  30  Active   Chapters 


gene    Jacobson,     Paul     Bernstein,    Miller    Kalon 


T°P    M°rhaeI!'MallenGOpalu|bRosl"sanrenCe     F'iedlonder'     Jer0me     Richter'     Alvin     ""^bard,     Earl     Leaf,     Rodger     Mitchell,     Eug 

ThirdCo°mWm     JulLTlB;    "o™™"**'"'    Do"°'d    Mi!Im°".    >°"V    Weinstein.    Aran    Marmett,    David    Pitzele,    Myron    Fischer,    Howard    Walder,    Morton    Goldstein,    Alan 

;;3e^SnC^  -,muHe,    vice    consu,;    Alien 

Bottom     row:      Lawrence     Leventhal,     Robert    Boyp-      u_..u    o ._•_ 

Schwartz,  Arnold   Baron,  Stephen  Margolin 
Not    in    panel:     Phillip    Cooper,    Clive    Kamins,    secretary;    Melvyn    Markon 


i-„-„,u „.      D  V      .    o  u       Tj    »     '     ...-..-a-.,     ..«.=,,    ltuii,   nion   Loman,   nonaia   lopaty,  James  Davis 

L: :   t^L^VL^r'-    Har°ld    Brow"s,e'".    ^V"™    FWt.ll.     Ralph     Kaufmann,     Allan     Rabin,     Harold     Bierman.     Jerold     Hecktman,     Edward 


Top    row:     Ronald   Christiansen,    Robert   Kular,   Dennis   Cwik,    Leo   Rohach,    John    Crimmins     Jack    Fritz,    Charles    Ornarzu      Robert    Stusrud.    Adam 
Prymula,     Lionel     GoFf,     Howard     Ritter,     Vincent     MocDonald,     Allen    Urban,    Steve    Scates,    Thomas    Franke,    John    McClendon,    Alvin    Noftz. 

ThirdF'°oVw:ANorman    Earp,    Edward    Scott,    Curtis    Bevington,    Richard    Paul,  John  Ewart    Roger  Hoff,  Byron  Marks,   Donald   Roznak    Join, .  Tinsley. 

Thomas   Proctor,    Donald   Buser,    Robert   Salzwedel,   Howard   Getz,   Jack    Tinkler,    Ronald    Ferguson      Ronald    Oswald,    Robert    Wl,,enkel'er 
Second    row,     Robert    Stoker,    David    Wilfong,    Harvey   Geerts,    Burt   Bishop,    Robert   Forbes,    Delbert    Lyle,   Wesley   Warner,    James   Schyberg,    Leon 

Timmons,    David    Knez,    Clark    Findley,   George   Yung,   Frederick   Tucker  Wilhoit 

Bottom     row:   John     Robertson,     Richard     Berggren,     Richard     Hare,    Daniel    Myers,    Raymond    Chmelik,    Neil    Arends.    Gale    Pierce      Robert    W  I  ho  it 
Not    in    panel:     Frank    Brennen,    Ronald    Ahrens,    Gordon    Cameron,    Sydney    Pray,     Robert    Cochran,     Robert    Older,    William    Donahue^    Eugene 

Goldman,    Paul    Horwitz,    Robert    Kular,    Ted    Mitchell,    Marshall    Goldsen,    Donald    Novak,    Charles    Shut,    Robert    Pneve.    Milton    Whiteman, 

James  Yao,  William   Yokus 


CAGLE  HALL 


301     East    Armory 


Top  row:  Lawrence  Salberg,  treasurer;  Leo  Rohach,  activities  chairman; 
Robert  Staker,   music  chairman 

Bottom  row:  Jack  Harazin,  social  chairman;  Howard  Getz,  vice  presi- 
dent; Ronald  Christianson,  president;  John  Robertson,  secretary; 
Sydney  Pray,   social  chairman 


400 


Top    row:     John    Brandt,    senior    member;    Gerard    Nugent,    secrelary 
Bottom     row:     Bruno     Dal     Cor;bbo,     vice     president;     Oswald     Mazzeita, 
president;    Frank  Sterncrd,   treasurer 


s 


206    East    Green  26    Active    Chapters 


Top    row:     James    Bianchin,    John    Sowka,    John    Blassick,    Donald    Tyrcha,     Richard     Dannells,     Clifford     Cornell      Robert     Shewchuk       Frank 

Hendricks,    Richard   Florey,   Daniel   Stephen,   Waller   Wierwille,    Joseph   Andronowitz 
Third    row:     Gaylord    Rogeness,    Franklin    Lakins,    Ralph    Zawocki,    Gene    Pizzato,    Paul    Hinrichs,    Rudolph   Glogovsky,    Alvin    Skack     Robert 

Wozniak,    Andre    Duchateau,    Daniel    Gudgeon 
Second    row:     Dwight   Ohcla,   Gerard    Nugent,    Bruno    Dal    Corobbo,    Oswald    Mazzetta,    Frank   Sternard,    Gene   Quirini     John    Brandt     George 

Northcott 
Bottom    row:     Richard    Lewis,   Samuel    Smith,   Alan   Sons,    Roger   Erickson,    Robert   Stanek,    Thomas   Salyards     Clyde   Bowers     William    Hyde 
Not  in   panel:     Gordon   Owens 


401 


Top    row:     Thomas    Dvorak,    Richard   Muerle,    James    Hogan,    Clyde   Murray,    Richard    Wolgamott,    Richard    McGuckin,    David    Parisi,    Robe 

ardi,    Leo    Jasien,    Patrick    McGuire,    Charles    Swisher,    James    Bueche,    Alan    Cordell,    Bruce    Nelan,    Albert    Thomos,    Bruce    Burgess 

DeSimone,    Robert   MacDonald,    Robert   Mattox,    Howard    Ibele 
Fourth    row:     Robert    Schroeder,    Arthur    Peterson,    Keith    Ebersold,    Roy    Schayes,   Philip  Voorhees,   Harry   Brunner,   Robert  Lenz,  John   Kemp 

Lackey,    James    Wrathall,    Harvey    Endler,    Richard    LeVon,    Fred    Horwitz,     Dale    Sonney,    Donald    Eckmann,     Philip    Seges,    Kenneth 

Robert    Kittaka,    Henry    Terada,    William    Langley,    Eorl    Heacock 
Third    row:     Donald    Pennington,    Donald    Heid,    Wendell    Abern,    Miles    Hlavin,    Robert    Deere,    Donald    Demski,    Robert    Pringle,    Gerhard 

Gerald    Poklop,    Louis   Raffel,   Thomas   McNamara,  Jerry   Weimann,   Peter    Minerva,    Richard    Hull,    Roy    Corcoran,    Thomas    Leigh 
Second   row:     Robert  Mills,   Gordon  John,   Ronald   Hamelberg,   Lee  Vanderhulst,   Constantine   Konstans,   Roger  Cote,   Michael   Verkler,   Richa 

Thomas    Pfeiffer,    James    Albright,     Don    Auten,     Nelson    Prose,    Philip    Simmerer,    Kenneth    Machata,    Paul    Nickoley 
Bottom    row:      Lamar    Bundy,    James    Hogan,    William    Taylor,    Andrew   Haupt,      Richard     Walters,     David     Stonger,     Donald     Scherer,     John 

Robert    Jackson,    Thomas    Zinkus,    James    Giger 


GRANADA  CLUB 


1004    South    Fourth 


Top    row:     Donald    Demski,    treasurer;     Peter 

Minerva,     intramural    chair- 

man;    Richard    Hull,    MIA    representative; 

Thomas    McNamara,    house 

uncle;    Jerry    Weimann,    social    chairman 

Bottom     row:      Louis     Raffel,     vice     president; 

Gerald     Poklop,     president; 

Gerhard   Gauger,    secretary 

402 


Top    row:     Rudolph    Schattke,    commissar;    David    Kiell,    treasurer-    David 

Hislop,   sergeant  at  arms 
Second    row:      Theodore   Jackson,   chaplain;     Richard  Matteson,    president 
Bottom    row:     Norman    Olsen,    vice   president;    Walter   Nelson,    secretary; 

Tom   Liljegren,   house  manager 


INAWA  LODGE 


212    East    Chalmers 


T°P   iZl  HenrVydStoney'    J°CkS°n    R°°''    Ri'h°rd    McConne"'    S,e"     Lu"d9'e".   '<>""   Morgan.    Norman    Lindblad,    Kenneth   Johnson,   Wayne 
ThirdMa°y:r.   tt    ^v;t^aR„tyardohD„i,Xo„GOrd0n    P°'mer'    R°n°ld     Ba,e«'     "^     M"-'     R°"d°'ph     L-«-     K— h    «»'•«.    •>■"- 
^"Scha^e    T°m    LMiegren'    DQVid    HiS'OP'    D°Vid    Kie"'    Rich°rd    Mo,teso"-    Gorman    Olsen.    Walter   Nelson,    Theodore   Jackson,    Rudolph 
Bottom    row:     Fred    Mayerle      Kenneth    Nordlof,    Fred    Colby,    Samuel  Birkey,  Howard  Sahlin,  jack  Rice 
Not    in    panel:     William    Rankin,    Roger   Johnson,    Richard   Reichelt,    Forrest   Dougherty 


Top    row:     Milo    lllich,    Francis    Nowick,    John    Locke,    James    Connors,    Thomas   D'Arcy,   Richard   Krause,   Philip  Voegtle,  Joseph  Batloglia,   George 

Marasovich 
Second    row:     George    Kron,    Gene    Friederich,    Joseph    Zeman,    Algis    Pabarcius,   Reverend   O'Rourke,   Reverend  Duncan,   Reverend  Taylor,   Raymond 

Eichenlaub,    Joseph    Dombrowski,    Allen     Kreitzer,    Benedict    Ondrak,  Gene  Nelson 
Bottom    row:     Richard    Bemis,    Donald    Baumgartner,    Daniel    Keusal,    Wallace     Mitchell,     William     Oshinski,     Ronald     Moll,     John     Furman,    James 

Kurtz,    John    Blank 


MIA 


NEWMAN   HALL  RESIDENCE  CLUB 


604    East    Armory 


Top  row:  Philip  Voegtle,  sergeant  at  arms;  John  Miks,  vice  president; 
Wallace  Mitchell,  social  chairman;  Thomas  D'Arcy,  sports  chair- 
man; John  Vivoda,  corresponding  secretary;  Emil  Diewald,  pub- 
licity chairman;  John  Milano,  treasurer;  Daniel  Keusal,  social  chair- 
man 

Bottom  row:     Joseph   Battaglia,  president;    Lawrence   Lantero,  ex  president 


404 


Council— Top    row:     William    Boiley,    vice    president;    Vilmors    Beinikis 

Second    row.-     Robert    Bates,    Everth    Johanson,    Richard    Blechschmidt     treasurer-    James    Sheffield      RlrhnrH    <!rl,m;.,     .„  -„i      u    • 

Bottom    row:     William    Brooks,    William    Ge.ston,    president,    Harry   Ashack,    Rooer,    F~\e^!eU;\^^ 


airman;    Louis    Herman 


PARADE  GROUND  RESIDENCE 

ASSOCIATION 


241     Gregory    Drive 


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Top    row:      Robert    Rockey,     social    chairman;    William    Westbrook,     Roger    Voss,    Jon;s    Neuschwander,    Donald    Kuhlman,    John    Ohlendorf,    Fred    Luscombe, 

John    Larson,  Charles   Laible,   Donn  Brace 
Second    row:     James    Lekas,     Lloyd    Klindworth,    Gerald    Bertchie,    Paul    Hopson,    Richard    McGee,    Walter    Lippmann,    Karl    Putman,    Stephen    Schubert,    Thomas 
Bottom     row:     Thomas    Munday,    secretary;    Thomas    Leitzen,    MIA    representative;     Be-i|amin    Harnish,    social    chairman;    Warren   Cuplin,    president;    Donald   Smi 

Clarence     Fluegel,     sports    director;     Ronald     Welling,     vice    president 


Keith    Miller, 


Metzger 
th,   treasurer; 


907  CLUB 


907    South    Sixth 


THE   BROWERY 


:il2    West   Oregon 

Top  row:      Frank  Newten,   Dan  Kern,  president 

Fifth    row:     George    Hast,    secretary-treasurer;    Ronny    Lash,    Robert    Olofson,    Louis    Baier,  vice  president;  James  Tappe,   Donald  Johnston 

Fourth    row:     Raymond    Olsen,    Melvin    Hendricks,    John    Bouseman,    Victor    Tennery,    Panas  Simasathien,  Jerome  Van   Ormer 

Third    row:     Herbert    Schneider,    Robert    Standley,    Frank    Ames,    Archie    Owens 

Second    row:      Herbert   Wodtke,    John    Chura,    Larry    Kiefling,    Sam    Schmall,    MIA    representative;    Donald    Singletarv 

Bottom    row      Bruce    Scofield,    Richard    Brown,    Phillip    McConnell,    social    chairman;    Francis  Woolridge,   George  Wickham 


406 


Top     row:     Dwight    Ringhausen,    Guillermo    Garcia,    Edwin    Walter,    Richard    Ferry,    Jack    Littlemeyer,    Richard    Haynes,    Jerry    Lundry     Noel    Wintien      Berni 
charan;    Won   S«beb'ieSer9ean,   "'   """'    ^    t^™'    ^    ^S^    A"°n     Weih6'     Preside"*;     "^     D°vis"     »»«'<>» >^T*oll'r7 
Bottom     row:      Leon    Harrast,    Calvin    Moor,    Ronald    Devereux,    George    Sumrall,    Malcom   Stewart,   James   Houser 


■   Allen 
Delance,     social 


CALHOUN    HALL 


509    East    Chalmers 


COLONIAL  ARMS 


407 


1108    West   Stoughton 

Top    row:     Gerald    Kinroth,    Norman    Emmerich,    Leslie    Doleis,    Albert   Wavering,    Benjamin    Krasinski 

Bottom     row:     W.lliam     Lahrman,     Ronald     Richards,    Roger    Hausvick,    Calvin    Sondgeroth,   Raymond   Reckamp,  Jerry  Smith 


Top    row:     Alfred    Tracy,    William    Duncan,    John     LaFlamme,    Marvin    Sienso,    Robert    Sheridan,    Roy    Shewe,    William    Davis 

Third    row:      Randall    Benson,    Paul    Finney,    Edwin    Friesendorf,    John    Beaty,    Richard    Ellis 

Second    row:     William    Pfeifer,    Ernie   Seggebruch,    Larry    Larsen,    Leslie   Wieduwilt,    John  Klages,  Walter  Fritz 

Bottom    row:     Edward    Bingley,    Frank    Watts,    secretory-treasurer;    Harold    Klatt,    John   Halversen,   vice  president;   Ronald  Vermeulen, 

Ronald    Krolak 
Not    in    panel:     Robert    Baalman,    William    Mayfield,    James   Siegfried,    Kenneth    Thies 


president;    Larry   Hill,    Richard   Vogel 


COLONIAL  MANOR 


305    East    Green 


CLUB  ESQUIRE 


806    South    Fifth 


Top    row:     Marshall    Harris,    social    chairman;    Delmer   Hall,    Richard    Pertel,    Gordon    Turnbull 

Fourth    row:     William    Miller,    Jerry    Barr,    Richard    Vorreyer,    Theodore    Martin,    Robert   Fisher 

Third    row:     George    Morris,    Donald    Stratton,    James    Smokorski,    Leonard    Coury,    Earl   Karges,  Samuel   Winett 

Second    row:     William    Cinnamon,    John    Geisler,    Robert    Shoptaw,    Shirley    Mitchell,    president;    Gerald    Ploeger,    vice    president;    Eugene    Polino,    Joseph   Snyder 

Bottom     row 

Not    in    pan 

Purdue,    Edward    Rosenberg,    Jerome    Toman,    Gordon    Wilber,    Jesse    Young 


iw:     William     Cinnamon,     John     Cieisler,     Kobert    onoptaw,     onirley    mitcnen,    presiaenr;    ueraia    rioeger,    vice    presiaem;    iistm    ru..n«,    .,m=H"    -../—. 

iw:     Kermit    Clifton,    social    chairman;    Arnold    Mass,    treasurer;    John    Strotton,    Warren    Kellogg,    Robert   Smolenski,    Eldon   Ahner,    secretary;    Paul   Smothers 

jnel:     Norbert    Bielat      Russell    Cromer,    Roger    Cummings,    John    Defries,    Richard    Elson,    Dan    Holder,    Robert    Klocek,    Rudolph    Krolopp,    Paul    MacMurdo,    James 


408 


jw:     Jerald    Peterson,    Fred    Solkin,    William    Pochek,    Leslie    Long,    William    Ferry,   Stephen   Dabler 
Third    row:     John    Rudolph,    Ronald    Piotrowski,    Raymond    Buvala,    William    Schulz,    Thomas  Shurla     James  Aitken 
Second    row:     William    Rumsey,    David    Scott,    Donald    Todosichuk,    Richard    Hanks,    John  Aimone,  Stewart  Chalem     Ralph  Cook 

Bottom    row:     Stephen    Spudich     social    chairman;    Jack    Dixon.    Jerry    Caress,    secretary-treasurer;    Walter    Sawyer,'  president;     Robert    Harner,    vice    president;    Jock    Young 
social  chairman;  Jerry  Cunefare,  athletic  chairman  '  '" "■' 

Not  in  panel:     Sheldon   Fisher 


FIRESIDE 


210    East   John 


FOUR  COLUMNS 


305    East    John 


Top    row:     Richard    Fields,    Richard    Sharp,    Ronald    Hicks,    James    Ludwig,    Elmer   Kolusek.  Rex  Reed,  Fred  Morris,   Louis  Antonelli 

fourth    row:     Duane    Schumacher,    Ramunas    Karaziia,    John    O'Grady,    Bruce    Beyaert,  Robert  Neathommer,  Charles  Elsy 

Wo„HrOW:         p \  H°m'l,<?"'. .JohDn.  pingerieh,    William    Johnson,    Richard    Buskohl,    Raymond    Rogers.    Lloyd    Lowder,    Frank    Pulice,    Gordon    Gee 

BoMom     oT     Sn0^.,    rTh    '     »  dB       yS°'    D°T"'.C  .Mona9|io'    Jack    H°nso".    Will    Brown,    Otis    Peterson.    Charles    Heinzman,    Vernon    Mulikin     Stanley    Bjustrom 

Not   In    n««l  S°m"e'    G°,cher'    Bruce    Raney.    social    chairman;    William    May.    president;    Lyle   Grider.    vice   president;    Ronald    McArthur,    secretary,    James    Bottre  I 

Not    in    panel:     Val    Krukonis,    Warren    Liebman,   Joseph   Seyl,   Michael   Shepherd,    Richard    Erkes,    Benjamin   Weiss,    Wolter   Shaffner     treasurer 


409 


Top    row:     John     Brodbeck,     Glenn    Sward,     Donald    Anderson,     Duane    Mobert,     Harold    Tippett 

Fourth    row:      Robert    Hammer,    Robert    Schaeffer,    Don    Patterson,    Robert    Cawthon 

Third    row:      Herman    Stridden,    Elbert    Medcalf,    Joseph    Geers,    John    Gill,    John    Engel 

Second    row:      Robert    Grendel,    Thomas    O'Leary,    Charles    Wilson,    Harold    Borror,    secretary-treasurer 

Bottom    row:     Clarence    Girtch,    Leighton    Lindquist,    Bruce    Berkley,    vice    president;    Donald     LaCrosse,     Robert    Bucksat,    president 


GRAHAM   LODGE 


204    South    Goodwin 


ILL1-DELL 


706    South    Goodwin 


Top    row:     Allen    Hoffman,     Ronald     Rilott,    George    Tjardes,    Peter    Smith,    James    Stevenson,   social   chairman;   Frank  Thorp 
Fourth    row:     James    Hoepker,    Robert    Trotter,    Wendell    Cleaver,    Charles    Kiefling,    Marvin   McDonald 
Third    row:     James    Meyer,    Richard    Vial,    historian;    John    Weidert,    Charles    Lane,    Donald  Wissmiller,  John   Feddersen 
Second    row     Gordon    Schenepper,    David    Bossert,    Maurice    Snow,    Bobbie    Weiss,    sports  chairman;   David   Mobley 

Bottom     row:     Maxwell     Newport,     treasurer;     Rodger    Quinn,     vice    president;     Paul     Rieke,     secretary;     William     Gossett,     president;     Freeman     Martin,     chaplain;     Howard 
Walker,    commissar 


410 


Tod    row:     John    Churo,    Kent    McDoniel,    Ronald    Thomas,    Gene    Nelson,    Joseph    Lenart,   secretary;   Richard  Brown     Gordon  Cash 

Bottom    row:     Clyde    German,    Robert    Campbell,    president;    Paul    Smith,    vice    presideent;  Jack  McClellan,  John  Vassen,  treasurer-   Ellis  Schmidt 

Not   in   panel:      Robert  Adelsperger 


I LLI  KNIGHTS 


322    lllini    Union 


KOINONIA 


409    East    Daniel 


Top    row:      Neal    Chamberlain,    William    McDonal,    James    Gaffney,    Robert    Chien,    Albert     Fuson,     public     relations    chairman;     Zeno     Kopecky.     David     Weaver      chaplain; 

Lowell   Kelly,   Robert  Ford,  Clarence  Beatty  ' 

Second    row:     Gerry    Tuveson,    Leroy    Owens,    Anthony    Thompson,    David    Edmondson,     Richard    Nighswander,     Donald    Mulkins,    Yu    Han,    Armand    Peterson      Jerry    H.gan 
Bottom     row:      Donald    Srrntn,    soc.ol    cha.rman;    George    Stevens,    house    manager;     Richard     Baker,     commissar;     Emerson    Hilker,    president;    Claude    Lond      vice    president- 

Kichard  Pople,  treasurer;  Guy  Puccio,   secretary 
Not  in  panel:      Robert  Ellison 


411 


Top    row:     Earl    Sauerwein,    Jack    Drews,    Loren    Stoeckel,    John    Dodge,    Dale    Wachtel,  John  Knodle,  Harold  Suhr 

Third    row:     Frederick    Hubner,    Robert    Johnson,    David    Schoonover,    Melvin    Neumann,   Ernest  Karner,  Clarence  Scarbrough,  Harlow  Jahnke 
Second    row:     Charles     Layfield,    James    Hyatt,     Bradley    Johnson,    John    Schmidt,    Dale    Rust,    Gary    Groce,    Charles    Ferguson,    Wayne    Tegeder 

Bottom    row:      Robert    Stephen,    MIA    representative;    Wayne    Meierhans,    house    manager;     Norman    Gross,    vice    president-social    chairman;    Edward    Schumann,    membership 
chairman;     Howard    Schroeder,    president;    William     Bunte,    secretary -treasurer;    Teddy    Dickman,    sports    chairman;    Arthur    Eggers,    scholastic   chairman 


KUMONAMI 


906    South    Sixth 


LONESOME  PINE 


509    East    Daniel 

Top    row:     William    Henebry,    George    Eckardt,    John    Laughlin 

Fourth     row:      Roger    Strack,    Joe     Rice,     secretary-treasurer;     Dean     Moss,     Richard     Nichols 

Third    row:     Theodore    Bruzas,    James    Bruno,    Kenneth    Newstrom 

Second    row:      Ralph    Jones,    president;     Robert    Hutchison,     Kenneth    Harris,    Carl    Colwell,    James    Ellingson 

Bottom     row:      Duane    Harris,    athletic    chairman;    James    Rea,    John    Baker,    Marvin    Trautwein,  James  Flohr,   social  chairman;   Jack  Schmidel 


412 


^ 


B»MnmWr:„wMewV0hTn'  /"V",'""    ^T"l  L°We"    A"derson,    Harold    Rieches,    Robert  Mumm,   Daniel   Pattarson,   Robert  Mullen,   Elwin  Johnson 

Bottom    row,     W.ll.am    Langfahl,    soc.al    cha.rman;    Gerald    Miller,    Donald    Kaufman,     president;     Donald    Meyer,     vice    president'    Donald    Muehling.     secretary-treasurer 


LOOKOUT  MANOR 


903    West   Green 


THE  MANSION 


410    East    Green 
Donald    Higgs,    Ross    Childers,     Larry    Huges,    Thomas    Kubitz,     Richard    McKinley,     Ed    Hubele,    Daniel    Duff. 


Top    row:     Donald    Stark,    Hugh    Jackson,     Daniel    Nystrand, 
Frank  Burke,  Gerald  Andrews 

ThirdChra°rTes  Auln  f  W^Wo^''''     ^    Br°U"-    ^^    ^^    ^^  ChairmQ";    ^    C°'°'"-     *°b°"    W<"«'"".    Cordon    Gu.h.    Kenneth    Cocking,     Leroy    Noe. 

^Ten    '^  —    — n,;    Norman    Hoube,    vice   president.    Edward 

Emp,:0yWJuliusn<S,ahr°0re'    ^    MaS'erS'    Th°m°S    ^    S,t""ey    ^^  ""'^    Ch°"~    Ad°™-    R°vmond    Adams,    Daniel    Butterfleld,    Robert    Anderson,    Donald 
Not  in  panel:     Roger  Ehrhardt,  Jesse  Osthus,  Claris  Roth 


413 


Tod    row:     William    Oggero,     Bruce    Stegman,    Neil    Butterfield,    Robert    Kostal,    Robert     Baker,     William     Mavity,     Robert     Schmeltzer,     president;     Patrick  Nangle,     David 

Salbego,   Edward  Maddox,  John  Spran 

Second    row:     John    Anderson,    Donald    Frandsen,    Richard    Bruce,     Richard    Vernon,     Ray    Allison,    Robert    Bower,    William    Thompson,    John    Conge,    Ronald  Vanata,    Avron 

Bottom    row:     John    Brittain,     Robert    Shaddock,    Donald    Depew,    Joe    Srsnick,    Richard    Record,    Lawrence    Coert,    John    Kurzrock,    vice    president;    James  Edeus,    Rolland 

Helen,   Bruce  Meyer,  Tomy  Endo                                                                                                                                                                                                    ,.,..,             .    .  c     i 

Not  in  panel:  Roy  Allison,  Lee  Boye,  Joseph  Bryan,  David  Frey,  Ronald  Kamp,  Henry  Kraus,  Harry  Lamb,  Robert  Leach,  Walter  Link,  Wayne  Lohman,  Earl  Martin, 
Maynard     Massa,     Donald     Sibrel,     Phillip    Wintergerst 


MEDEA  LODGE 


412    East    Green 


MOORE  HALL 


1112    West    California 


Top  row:  Felipe  Aala,  Robert  Albright,  James  Blackwell,  Thomas  Humes,  Stuart  Popkoff,  Herbert  Hannagan,  George  Perrero,  Herbert  Kobialka,  Romulo  Tirambulo 
Second  row:  Richard  Yund,  Milton  Kostner,  Edward  Keating,  John  Kearins,  Richard  Drogemuller,  athletic  chairman;  Ernest  Lidstrom,  Ronald  Gonsky,  Glenn  Mueller 
Bottom    row:     Michael    Henry,    James    Rudolph,    Elroy    Tatge,    Clayton    Fox,    president;     William     Palmer,     social     chairman;     Robert     Kloster,     secretary-treasurer;     Donald 

Hausman 
Not    in    panel:     Howard    Elford,    Andrew    Stecyk,    Carl    Lassiter,    Murl    Eddy,    James    Johnson,    Claude   Wilkerson 


414 


Top    row:     Gerald    Meyers      George    Van    Dusen,    William    Tozer,    James    Hinkle,    Ralph  Hale,   Leslie  Sandlow,  Charles  Aikman,  Allan  Zuckerman 
Second      row:     Allan     Jacobs,      Norman      Edelstein,      Richard     Penly,     Marshall      Rod:n,  Michael   Economos,   Edward  Bedard     George  Mayeske 
Bottom     row:     Allan    Sered,    James    Fields,    vice    president;    Richard    Engle,    president;    Louis  Keith,  secretary;   Richard   Kohl     treasurer 
Not    in    panel:     Melvin    Green,     Robert    Walker,     Earl    Silverman,    Donald    Morris,    John  Tobey,  John   Litser,  Allen  Haarr,   Raymond  Moehle 

EXECUTIVE  COUNCIL  OF  M.R.H. 

1215    South    Fourth 


415 


FLAGG   HOUSE,  M.R.H. 

1215    South    Fourth 

Fourth°TowROsatndH1!/UlNer''     Le°n°r  V?^'"^  ^^V*"9,9'"5'    John     Suedel,     Patrick    Sollo,    Arthur    Holtz,    Philip    Cohen,    Donald   Graves,   John   Gales 

Fourth    row:     Standley     Naysmith      Robert    Finkelman,    Gerald     Kessler,    Donald    Granbois.     John     Melvin,     Allan     Bluestone      Stephen    Gilbet      Theodore    Christensen      MIA 
representative;    Ned    Kohn,     Richard    Spellberg,     Leonard    Mason,    Charles    Mahn  meoaore    i.nnsiensen,    MIA 

ThirdDo°na,d  3^^:r^^b^::::,a^^^o^ko^^z^K  phiiip  iincenber9- Rober* Mi9atz-  D°"°id  Rei<hei-  R°b-  «•»•'-  *™  »°^ 

^X'cnat^^  Jaff-    J°h"    H°ie-    '-"-   S^ib--    D°"°'«   *>***•.    MIA    representative;    Herbert 

^Wei^W^^^  ■«— •     °«~     Colvin,     counselor;      ,rwin 


Top    row:     James    Hinkle,    John    Griffith,    George    Van    Emden,    Charles    Christansen,    William    Lyon,  Richard  Mann,   Donald  Tiedeman 

Second   row:     Cecil   Gosnell,    Henry   Emoto,   Raymond   Guyette,   John   Hahn,   George   Kiefer,  Stephen   Kolish,   Ronald   Gibson,   Daniel  Wax 

Bottom    row:     Charles    Dow,    scholarship    chairman;    Carl    Ehlers,    vice   president;    William    Tozer,    president;    Harold    Rifken,    counselor;   Walter   Myers,    treasurer 

BARTON   HOUSE  EAST,  M.R.H. 

1215    South    Fourth 


BARTON   HOUSE  WEST,  M.R.H. 


1215    South    Fourth 


Top    row:     Alfred    Wilde,    John    Niebrzydoski,    David    Heberer,    Leslie   Simon,    Larry   Graff,    Kenneth    Altera,    Donald    Whitmore,    Ronald    Welter,    Charles    Kogan,    Thaddeus 

Third    row:     Dale    Braxton,    Donald    Prather,    Erwin    Ziemer,    Richard    Miura,    Javin   Taylor,    Henry   Kluka,   William    Hartman,    Howard   Holzman,    Conrad   Taudacher,    Richard 

Haimbaugh,   Jerry   Palla 
Second    row:     David    Rogier,    David    Chun,    Donald    Gordon,    Donald    Herman,    Roland    Gibson,    Richard    Lerner,    Frederick   Jaronitzky,    Leroy    Davidson,    Robert    Brotthauar 
Bottom     row:     Herbert    Lassiter,    scholastic    chairman;    Richard    Norris,    secretary;    Allen    Sered,    treasurer;    Allan    Jacobs,    president;    William    Young,    counselor;    George 

Richards,    vice    president;    Mark    McDonald,    activity    chairman 


416 


Top    row:     Irwin    David,    Gerald    Hardt,    Victor    Havel,    Kenneth    Kirk,    George    Chandler,    Douglas    Golden,    Roger   Stange     Alfonso    Golderos 
Second    row:     Jerry    Warren,     John     Lee,     Michael     Taras,     John     Doe,     Alfonso    Cuevas,    Albert    Petrie     John    Doe     Alberto    Ruiz 

Bottom     row:     Jose     Olivo       vice     president;     Samuel     Frank,     social     chairman;     Joseph    Vitt,    MIA    representative;    Omar    Cardozo,    Barry    Barr,    athletic    chairman-    Georg 
Mayeske,   president;   Joseph   Clark  '  y 

CLARK  SECOND  HOUSE,  M.R.H. 


1215    South    Fourth 


CLARK  HOUSE,  M.R.H. 


1215    South    Fourth 


T°P   VanderRvoortr,'  Weharf 'lingTa    AHen    H°9en'    "^^    ^"^    De°n    S'°nley'    Char'eS  F°'ey'    J°hn    Be"iSek'    J°e    Goddard.    Standford    Gradman.    Bertil    Person.    Robert 

Third    row:     Ronald     Keyser,     Duncan     Livingston,    William     Yerkes,    Andrew    Nordyke,  Paul   Berns,    Raymond   Moehle,   Donald   Esarove,    Lewis   Leonard,   Marshall   Teich 
Jerry  /v\oessner,  John  oiTiitn 

SeCObluXArthCuraFriedmhan    R°ym0nd    Ra'aV'    R°bert    Fr°"ke"bush.    Lawrence    Fretzin,  Richard    Earlix,    Edwin    Friedrich,    Dewey    Pope,    Frank    Bauling,    Richard    Grid 


ner 
le- 


^ZoZo^L^R^t^e^^T^    pt^ke     EC°n°m°S'     PreSide",;    ^'^    M°V'    '^"^    Mike    M°n°C°'    °M^    ^'"^     °^    *°^°'    »*"' 


AM 


Top  row:  Joe  Kosut,  Eugene  Brozis,  Irwin  Greenberg,  Ron  Albrecht,  Joel  Borak,  Alan  Zengel,  Morris  Fisher,  John  Kulge,  Robert  Klopfer,  Phil  Locascio,  Frank 
Heurich,    Herb    Fisher 

Second  row:  Norman  Edelstein,  Anthony  Pauletto,  Michael  Cavallo,  Natale  Scarpelli,  Jerry  Bornstein,  Marvin  Bornstein,  John  Stambulis,  David  Fricker,  Donald 
Fricker,  John  Martinex,   Eugene  Malecki 

Bottom  row:  Adrian  Fox,  Mandel  Moeckler,  treasurer;  Zan  Skolnick,  Joseph  Fekete,  counselor;  Ralph  Hale,  president;  Ronald  Appel,  vice  president;  Norman  Zim- 
merman,   Allen    Mitzenmacher,    Walter    Sugar,    Sheldon    Bernsen,    secretary;    James    Neu 

LUNDGREN   HOUSE  EAST,  M.R.H. 

1215    South    Fourth 


LUNDGREN   HOUSE  WEST,  M.R.H. 

1215    South    Fourth 

Top    row:     John     Bleck,     David    Marks,     Roger    Bainbridge,     Ralph    Moore,     Robert    Ellman,    Martin    Robertson,    Warren    Anderson,     Robert    Baluka,    John     Lipmicke,    Arnold 

Third     row:      Robert    Semmelroth,    San     Frankel,     Rudolph     Polacek,    Sheldon     Rubin,     Emerson    Klein,    vice    president;    Charles    Aikman,    Martin    Weiland,    James    Tolch,    John 

Lassiter,     Norman    Hollenberg,    Robert    Miller,     Ignacio    Lopez 
Second     row:      Robert    Cooper,     Myron     Chubin,     Art    Soder,     Lowell     Le     Febvre,     Bruce    Schildt,    John    Weythal,     Edgar    Barnes,     Fernando    Whorton,     Lewis    Frazier,    Oscar 

Castro,   Larry  Hess,   Fermin  Augilar 
Bottorn    row:     James    Fields,    Leon    Wexler,    activities    chairman;    Richard    Penley,    scholastic    chairman;     Philip    Hawes,    social    chairman;    James    Erkman,    secretary;    George 

Van    Dusen,    president;    Ralph    Hines,    counsel;    Harry    Henderson,    MIA    representative;    Raymond    Gallian,    athletic    chairman;    Robert    Rosenthal,    Jack    Justen,    treasurer 


418 


Top    row:      Edmund    Mason,    John    Tobey,    James    McComb,    Jerome    Miller,     Earl    Thomas,  James   Kuykendall     Roger  Buckaloo 

Third  row:  James  Campbell,  Gregg  Warmbier,  Rudolph  Habben,  John  Dollen,  Ralph  Easley,  Robert  Gelakoski,  John  Schierholtz  Edward  Markel 
Second  row:  Jerome  Yochim  Ronald  Aron,  Allen  Haarr,  Calvin  Wang,  Donald  Standish,  Blake  Waterhouse,  Harold  Hicks,  president-  George  Lei 
Bottom  row:  John  Lrtitar  .William  Garrett,  Richard  York,  Wendall  Baumgartner,  Vincent  Lopez,  counselor;  Jack  Hansen  Bertram  Leyden,  Arth 
Not    in    panel:     Michael    Hertzberg,    Charles    Denny,    David    Meadows,    William    Nicholson,   Chris  Kipfer,    Robert  Scott 


NOBLE  HOUSE,  M.R.H 


First  and  Second  Floors 


1215    South    Fourth 


NOBLE   HOUSE,  M.R.H. 


Third  and  Fourth  Floors 


1215    South    Fourth 

Top    row:     Alexander   Wade,    Dieter    Rodrian,    Charles  Anderson,    Earl   Silverman,    president;    Edwin  Goldenberg 
Third    row:     Erie    Levy,    Robert    Stull,    Melvyn    Green,    Sidney    Leavitt,    Frederick    Davis,  John   Brothers,   Robert  McKown 

„™d    fOW:      Kenneth    Tenny     Martin    Planus     Paul    Schulstad,    Arthur    Tonelli,    Sumbad  Kanlian,  Gordon  Thomas,   Owen  O'Neill,   Darwin  Phillips 
Bottom     row:     Jerald    Golowich,     Ronald    Galowich,    Marshall     Rodin,     Frederick    Neiser,     counselor-      Philip     Gio 
Gilbert   Sweet 


anny,     counselor;      Francis     Gallagher,     Gerald     Meyers, 


419 


Top    row:     Daniel    Fritschie,    James    Rohl,    Thomas    Oliver,    Arlen    Speckman 

Third    row:     Donald    Jones,    Billy    Rich,    William    Burgess,    Donald    Keim,    commissary;   Ronald  Seibel,  James  Glessner 
Second    row:      Harold    James,    Francis    Barton,    Charles    Willman,    Harvey    Hortik,    Vernon   Eidman,    Louis  Schairer 

Bottom    row:     Jerry    Steffen,    pledgemaster;    Robert    Dintelmann,    treasurer;    Richard    Duvick,     president;     Howard    Malstrom,     secretary;    Melvin    Schlueter,    social    chairman; 
George   Irwin,   historian 


NABOR  HOUSE 


811    West   Oregon 


GAR-MEN 


409    East    Green 

Top    row:     Frank    Montagnino,    Henry    Nowers,    Dale    Adams,    William    Doepp,    Bertwin   Einfolt,  Donald   Foerder 

Second    row:     Carroll    Grandt,    social    chairman;    Charles   Albright,    secretary-treasurer,-    Ralph    Swett,    president;    George   Wells,    vice    president;    Ronald    Leisch,    intramural 

manager 
Bottom    row:     Leon    NafFziger,    Leland    Wells,    David    Moore,    Graham    Browning,    Gerald   Lippold 
Not    in    panel:     Robert    Bornarth,    John    Curtin,    Willy    Holm,    Robert    McCall,    James    Nolan,    David    Walker 


420 


Top  row:  Richard  Foster,  Raymond  Viluris, 
Bottom  row:  Robert  Over  by,  vice  president; 
Not  in   panel:     Neil   Hamilton 


Wilbur    Seelye,    Thomas    Cahoon,    Richird    Mitchell, 
Elmer    Bails,    secretary;    Dale    Smith,    p  esident;     Da 


William    Rea,    Donnie    Snedeker,    Richard    Marli 
id    Anderson,    treasurer;    Charles    Manske 


SECTION   EIGHT 


902   West   Green 


SHAWN 


1004    West    Nevada 

Top    row:     James    Gorman,     Larry    Gulick,    James    England,    George    Anselm,     Lynn    Truckenbrod,     Daniel     Siders,     Otto     Capek,     Charles     Madory,     William     Cunningham, 

Dewayne    Miller,    Raymond    Capek,    Robert    Shanklin,    Richard    Pfeifer 
Second    row-.     Robert    Coster,    William    Meyer,    Jack    Ross,    Stanley    Dziacko,    William    Larson,    Ronald    Schmitz,    Harris    Hammer,    James    Stome,    Joseph    Blair,    Jack    Leftwich, 

Norman     Silcox,     John     Richards,     Jack    Maddox,     Marlyn    Reynolds,     Byron     Fortnay,   Donald  Doney,  James  Celarier,  James  Madory 
Bottom    row:     Gerald    Mcintosh,    Robert    Hartmann,    Robert   Duszak,    sports   chairman;    Anton    Schmid,    social    chairman;    Robert    Psenka,    president;    Mrs.    Brown,    Keith    Frey, 

vice    president;     Louis    Klindera,     social     chairman;    Glenn    Abel,    treasurer;     Edwin  Thayer,   Robert  Soltwedel 
Not    in    panel:      Richard    Balestri,    David    Dobberman,    Merle    Mulvany 


421 


Top    ro 

H:     Wi 

Second 

row: 

sn 

der 

Bottom 

row: 

Not    in 

panel 

Hard    Parr,    Richard    West,    Maxwell    Forbes,    Lloyd    Bryant,    Robert    Milligan,   Morten   Anderson,   Marvin   Gerdes,   Fred   Krause,   Robert  Skinner 
Charles    Engelhardt,    Jack    Deaton,    George   Hudelson,    Robert   Willand,    Charles    Morine,   John    Talbott,    Robert   Whittenborger,    Henry    Lisheid,    Donald    Ri 

Robert    Clark,    Christopher    Knunkel,    treasurer;    Robert    Lahne,    president;    John    Mills,    vice    president;    Ronald    Wisthuff,    Roland    Schwanke,    secretary 
Thomas    Steele,    Paul    Wallem,    Robert   Watts,    Larry   West 


SON'S  HOME 


1116    West    California 


TARA   HALL 


1202    West    Oregon 

Top    row:     Richard    Mathews,    Daniel    Stuber,    Kermit    Wells,    William    Hodgson,    David    Snyder,    Gerald    Monroe,    Robert   Stubblefield,    Robert    Leslie 
Second    row:     William    Woerner,    Eugene    Nelson,    Thomas    Piper,    Fred    Snyder,    Richard    Baker,    Danny   Smith,    John    Fechter,    Gordon    Cash 

Bottom     row:     Roger    Funk,     Bernard    Johnson,    Donald    Nelson,    secretary-treasurer;    James     Allen,     president;     Orvel    Clausen,     vice    president;     David     Hutchinson,     George 
Piper 


422 


Top    row:      Lawrence    Larson,    Douglas    Kline,    social    chairman  t 

Fifth    row:     Julian    Anderson,    vice    president;     Richard    Crowe,    athletic    chairman;    Max  Hoerr,   Edwin  Hoas,   secretory-treasurer 

Fourth     row:     Aldrich     Lipka,     James     Follensbee,     Norwood    Oliver,     Arthur    Bell,     MIA    representative 

Third    row:     Joseph    Hunt,    Richard    Larson,    Maxwell    Poper 

Second     row:      Robert     Monsell,     Gerald     Panzer,     Harvey     Brown,     Robert     Crispin 

Bottom    row:      Roger    Johnston,    David    Lellinger,    Alfred    Krause,    president;    Richard    Perdue,    Rcnold    Kuderko 

Not  in  panel:      Francis  Wachi 


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Top    row:      Bernard    Burnett,    Gordon    Wakey,    Paul    Kermicle,    John    Lehmonn,    Gene    Cixon 
Third    row:     Carl    McNair,    Moon    Sung,    Robert    Waltz,    John    Stanley,    Peter    Kloeppsl,  athletic  chairman 
Second    row:     Pak    Checng    Woo,    Jerome    Hardesty,    David    Waltz,    Franklin    Kuo,    Theodore  Jamison 

Bottom    row:     Donald    Taylor,    Robert    Madison,    social    chairman;    James    Esarey,    president;   Jerry   Kermicle,    vice   president;   Harry   Hording,   treasurer;   Gerald   Trimble,   secre- 
tary 
Not  in  panel:      Richard  Ahrenkiel 


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ELLEN     ABBOTT Carbondale 

Liberal    Arts   and    Sciences 
Geography 
Presby    Hall 
lllini   Union   Committee  (1,   2);   University  Theatre 
(1,     2);      W.A.A.     (1,     2,    3,    4);      W.G.S.      Ex- 
ecutive   Council     (1);      Anthropology    Club;      lllini 
forensic  Association 


GLENN   FREDRICK   ABEL Big    Bend,   Wis. 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Architecture 

Shawnee 

Alpha    Phi    Omega;     House   President    (4);   Major, 

Army    ROTC;     Ordnance   Club;     Phalanx;     A.I.A.j 

Rifle   and    Pistol    Club 


WENDELL    SAMUEL    ABERN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English    Composition 
Granada    Club 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 


EDWARD     MICHAEL     ABRAMS Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Sigma   Delta 
Campus    Chest    (2);      Interfraternity    Council    (3) ; 
Freshman    Varsity   Wrestling   Squad;     Hi  Mel    Foun- 
dation  Student   Council    (1);   Accountancy   Club 


MARION     ACHOR 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Alpha    Phi 
House    President     (4) 


Ouincy 


BRUCE    EUGENE    ADAMS El  Paso 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
Baseball     Manager;       Second      Lieutenant,     Army 
ROTC;     National   Defense  Transportation  Associa- 
tion;     Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Manage- 
ment 


CLARISSA    BARLOW   ADAMS.  .  Birmingham,    Mich. 
Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Speech    Correction 
Kappa    Alpha    Theta 
Zeta    Phi   Eta 

Den i son    University 


ART      AFREMOW Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Economics 
Barton    House 
Honors    Day    (3) 


WAYNE    HAROLD    AHLBERG La  Grange 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club;      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Associa- 
tion 


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WILLIAM    MATHESON    AHLEN1US Decatur 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Economics 
lllini     Union     Committee     (2);       Freshman     Week 
Committee     (3);     Military     Ball     Committee     (3); 
Lieutenant,     NROTC;       Navy     Council;       Pershing 
Riflss;      Spanish    Club;      Young    Republicans    Club 


AVINASH    KUMAR    AHUJA Bombay,    India 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
University    of    Bombay 


CHARLES     RAY     AIKMAN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren    House 
House    President     (3);      Freshman    Varsity    Wres- 
tling Squad;     Men's  Glee  Club   (3);   Junior  Men's 
Glee     Club      (2};       Freshman     Week     Committee; 
Accountancy   Club;     A.I.A.j      Society    for   the   Ad- 
vancement   of   Management 


EDWARD    HENRY   ALBRECHT,    JR Dolton 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Political   Science 
Thornton     Junior     College;       Northern      Illinois 
State    Teachers    College 


VERNON    JOHN    ALBRIGHT Chicago 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Journalism 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;      lllini    Union    Committee    (4); 
lllini  Rural  Observer   (2,  3);  Plowboy  Prom  Com- 
mittee   (4);     Agriculture   Club 


BRUCE     LENORE     ALDENDIFER Waukegan 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Delta    Sigma    Omicron 


SAMUEL    JAY    ALEX Chicago 

Commerce 
Management    and    Marketing 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CARNEY    GAINES    ALLEN Paducah,    Ky. 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Zeta    Psi 
Freshman    Week   Committee   (4) 
Paducah    Junior    College 


JOHN     EUGENE    ALLEN Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      I.A.S. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


LARRY     EUGENE     ALLEN Chillicothe 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Sigma      Gamma     Tau;       First      Lieutenant,      Army 
ROTC;      Scabbard    and    Blade 
Knox   College 


RAYMOND    JACK    ALLEN Wood    River 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Football    Marching    Band    (2,    3,    4);      First    Regi- 
mental    Band      (2,     3,     4);       Engineering     Council 
(3,    4);     A.S.C.E. 

Southern    Illinois    University 


MIGUEL     ALVAREZ Bogota,     Colombio 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.F.S.;      A.S.M.E. 

University  of  the  Andes 


JAMES     EDWARD    AMBROSE 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Gargoyle    (3,   4);     A. I. A. 
Honors    Day    {1,2) 


GABRIEL    AMITAI Tel-Aviv,     Israel 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;     Tau  Beta  Pi;     Pi  Tau  Sigma;     A.F.S.; 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Milwaukee    School   of    Engineering 


^RCHALENE    AMOS Chicago    Heights 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 

Music  Education 

Alpha     Kappa    Alpha 

vV.A.A.  (1,  2,  3,  4);   First  Regimental   Band    (1); 

Women's     Glee     Club      (1  ,      2,     3)  ;       School     of 

Wustc  Student  Council    (3) 


BARBARA    ANN    ANDERSON Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Beau    Chateau 
^Javy   Pier   Alumni    Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
llinois 


)EAN     MARTIN     ANDERSON Rockford 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
Alpha    Chi    Rho 
\.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Captain,    Air  Force    ROTC 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


CARL    STEPHEN    ANDERSON Riverside 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Chi    Psi 
iachem;      Sigma    Delta    Chi;      ]  Mini    Union    Com- 
nittee    (1,    3);      Board    of    Fraternity    Affairs    (2, 
I);    Interfraternity   Council    (1,    2,   3);    Intramural 
Manager    (1,    2,    3);     Freshman    Week    Committee 
2,     3);       IM     Rec     Board      (3);       German     Club; 
Mini    Sportsman's    Club 


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MORTEN     HANS    ANDERSON Elgin 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Son's    Home 
Men's    Glee    Club    (2};      Agriculture    Club;      Hoof 
and    Horn    Club 

Elgin     Community     College 


PAUL     EDWARD    ANDERSON Paxton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi      Eta     Sigma;      Infantry      Club;       Accountancy 
Club 
Honors  Day    (1,2) 


PEGGY     SUE     ANDERSON Dixon 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Philosophy 
Chi    Omega 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       Society    of     Illustrators; 
University      Theatre      Manager       ( 1 ,       2) ;        Star 
Course     Manager     (1,     2);       Coordination     Com- 
mittee   (2);     Junior    Bar   Association    (4);    Young 
Republicans   Club 
Honors   Day    (1,3) 


ROBERT    FRANCIS    ANDERSON. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club 

Wright    Junior    College 


.  Chicago 


ROBERT    FRANK    ANDERSON La  Grange 

Commerce 
Economics    and    Management 
Freshman     Varsity     Baseball     Squad;       Commerce 
Council      (3) ;       Accountancy     Club;       Agricultural 
Economics    Club;      Finance    Club;       lllini    Campus 
Amvets    Post    No.    202;      lllini    Sportsman's    Club; 
Marketing     Club;       Society     for     the    Advancement 
of    Management;      Young    Republicans    Club 
Lyons    Township    Junior    College 

SUE    ELIZABETH    ANDERSON Oak    Park 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Kappa    Alpha    Theta 
Mortar      Board;        Shi-Ai;        The      I  Ilia       (1,      2); 
lllini       Union      Committee       (1,      2);        Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet    (2,     3,    4);      Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (1); 
W.A.A.       (1);        Campus      Chest      Allocation      and 
Advisory   Board    (3,    4) 
Honors    Day    ( 3) 

WARREN     CARL    ANDERSON Chicago 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 
Architectural    Design 
Lundgren    House 
Gargoyle;      A.  I,  A.;      Anthropology    Club 
Honors     Day     (1,     2,     3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MARVIN     JOHN     ANDRESEN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Gsology 
Alpha    Tau    Omega 
Campus    Chest    ( 1 ,    2) ,      Freshman    Varsity    Foot- 
ball   Squad;      Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad; 
German     Club 


CHARLES    JACK    ANDREWS    Canton 

Comr.ierce 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Star    and    Scroll;      Phi    Kappa    Phi; 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma;   Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Alpha  Kappa 
Psi;     Beta   Alpha  Psi;     lllini   Union   Board    (3,   4); 
lllini     Union     Committee      ( 1 ,     2) ;       Star     Course 
Manager       (1,       2);        Y.M.C.A.       Cabinet       (2); 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (1);       Colonel,     Air     Force 
ROTC;      Arnold    Air    Society;      Accountancy     Club 
Honors     Day     (1,    2,     3);      University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


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DAVID      ANDREWS      Mattoon 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Political   Science 
Sigma    Chi 
Phi     Beta     Kappa;       Phi     Eta    Sigma;       Alpha     Phi 
Omega;    1  Mini    Union   Committee    (1,    2);    Military 
Ball    Committee    (3);     Colonel,   Air   Force    ROTC; 
Air    Force    Council;      Arnold    Air    Society;      Scob- 
bard    and    Blade 

Honors    Day     ( 1 ,     2,     3) ;      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

FRANKLIN    ANDREWS     Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and    Sciences 
Geology 
Interfraternity     Council      (2);       Cyclothem     Club; 
lllini    Sportsman's   Club 


HELEN    WRIGHT  ANDREWS Utico,   N.Y. 

Liberal    Arts  and    Sciences 
Sociology 
Evans   Hall 
The  Daily   lllini    (2);   W.A.A.   Board    (4);   W.A.A. 
(3,    4);     Terrapin    (2,    3,   4) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


JOAN     MARCIA    ANDREWS Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Painting    and    Illustration 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
W.A.A.     (3);      Fine    and    Applied    Arts    Society 


MARVIN    ARNOLD    ANDREWS Kewanee 

Commerce 

Economics 
Chi    Gamma    Iota;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Sigma    lota 
Epsilon;       Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (2);      American 
Society    for    Public   Administration;      Finance    Club 
Honors  Day    (2,   3) 


RUTH     MARILYN     ANDREWS Alton 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 

Bacteriology 

Chi    Omega 

Alpha      Lambda     Delta;        lota     Sigma     Pi;       The 

lllio    (1);     Star  Course   Manager    (1,    2);      House 

President    (4) 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

BERT     ANSCHEL      Wilmette 

Commerce 
Marketing 

Barton   House 
University  Theatre   Business  Staff    (3);     Marketing 
Club;      Society   for   the   Advancement    of   Manage- 
ment 

Navy     Pier     Activities:       Pier     lllini.      Business 
Manager;      Track    Manager 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

RONALD     MELVIN     APPEL 

Kew    Garden    Hills,     N.Y. 
Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 

Lundgren    House 


BARBARA     JOAN     APPERSON Urbane 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
Gamma     Alpha     Chi,      president      (4) ;       W.A.A. 
(1,    2,    3,   4);     Journalism   Council    (3,    4) 
University  of  Arizona 


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EVANGELOS   DEMETRIOS   ARGOUDELIS 

Piraeys,    Greece 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Tau   Beta  Pi   (4);     Eta   Kappa   Nu;     Pi  Mu   Epsilon; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


HARRY     CULBERTSON     ARMSTRONG Delavan 

Law 

Law 
Alpha    Sigma    Phi 
Skull    and    Crescent;     Phi    Alpha    Delta,    president 
(4);    Second   Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC;   Arnold 
Air    Society;      Scabbard    and    Blade;      Junior    Bar 
Association 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


PAUL   ARMSTRONG   II Winnetka 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Chi    Phi 
Board    of    Fraternity    Affairs    (3);      Interfraternity 
Council    (3);     Petty  Officer   First  Class,   NROTC 
Honors    Day    (2) 
Cornell    University 


HAROLD    EDWARD    ARNETT Danville 

Commerce 
Accountancy   and   Finance 


ALBERT     GARY     ARNOLD Peoric 

Commerce 
Banking   and   Finance 
Phi   Gamma   Delta 
Skull    and    Crescent;      House    President     (3,    4) ; 
Captain,    Air    Force   ROTC 


DONALD    RAY    ARNOLD Belleville 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 

Theta    Xi 
Phi     Kappa     Phi;      Sigma     Tau;       Tau     Beta     Pi; 
Eta    Kappa    Nu;      Pi    Mu    Epsilon;      Star    Course 
Manager       (2);         Illinois       Technograph       (3); 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day  (3) 

Belleville    Junior    College 

ROGER    THOMAS    ARNOLD Elizabeth 

Engineering 
Ceramic    Engineering 
Bastille 
Choristers     (3,     4);      Engineering     Council     (3); 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      A.C.S.,    presi- 
dent   (4) 


MATTHEW   COOPER   ARONSON 

Springfield,     Mass. 
Commerce 
Personnel   Management 
Campus  Chest    (3);    Marketing  Club;     Society  for 
the   Advancement   of   Management 
American    International    College 


JOSEPH    MALCOLM    ARONSTAM 

Newton    Centre,    Mass. 
Division    of    Special    Services 
History 
Sigma    Alpha    Mu 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2);      Campus    Chest 
(1,     2,     3);       Freshman     Week    Committee     (2); 
Spanish   Club;     Young    Republicans   Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

Tufts   College;     Boston   University 


JOHN    EDWARD    ARTHUR Champaign 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Sigma     Too;       Phi     Eta     Sigma;       Eta     Kappa     Nu; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Rochester   Institute  of  Technology 


ROLAND    JOHN    ARTIGUES,    JR Urbana 

Commerce 

Personnel    Management 

Phi    Sigma    Kappa 

The     Daily     lllini     (1);       First     Lieutenant,     Army 

ROTC;      Zeta     Sigma     Alpha;      Rifle     and     Pistol 

Club 


JEROME   THOMAS  ATKINSON,   JR Wilmette 

Fine  and   Applied   Arts 

Industrial     Design 

Delta    Phi 

Pierrots;      The    Daily    lllini     (1,    2);      lllini    Union 

Committee     (1,     2,     3,     4);       University     Theatre 

Manager   (2,   3,  4) 

Galesburg    Extension    of    University    of    Illinois 


JOHN    EDWARD    ATTEBERY Hillsboro 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Agriculture   Club;      Hoof   and   Horn    Club;      Horti- 
culture   Club;      Young    Republicans    Club 
Iowa  State  College 


HERBERT    RICHARD    AUGUST 

Northampton,     Mass. 
Journalism 
Advertising 
Pi     Lambda     Phi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (4) 
Kansas    State   College 


JEFFREY    MINER    AUSTIN Urbana 

Physical    Education 

Physical  Education 
Phi  Gamma  Delta 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Sochem;  Phi  Epsilon  Kappa; 
Major  I;  Tribe  of  lllini  (1,  2,  3,  4);  Cheer- 
leader (2,  3,  4);  Freshman  Varsity  Wrestling 
Squad;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  Ensign,  Navy 
ROTC 


RONALD    JAMES    AYOTTE Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
International    Affairs 
Alpha   Chi    Rho 
Chi    Gamma    Iota;     The    lllio    (1,    2);     Y.M.C.A. 
Committee     (1);      LAS    Council     (3,    4);      Major, 
Army    ROTC;     Military    Council;      Phalanx 
Honors   Day    (3) 


RAYMOND   KAZIMIERAS   BABICKAS Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DONALD    JOSEPH     BABICZ Chicago 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
Chi    Phi 
Skull  and  Crescent;     Campus  Chest   (2);     General 
Engineering    Society 


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ADAM    HENRY    BACHMAN,    JR Salem 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma    Chi 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2);      Varsity    Wres- 
tling Squad  (1 ,  2) 


PARKER    HOLMES    BADGER Philadelphia,    Pa. 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma      Tau;        Tau      Beta      Pi;       Pi      Tau     Sigma; 
A.S.M.E. 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Milwaukee  School   of  Engineering 


FREDERICK     LEE     BAGLEY Urbana 

Commerce 

Management 

Alpha    Eta    Rho,    president     (3,    4);    Glider    Club 


LOUIS     THEODORE     BAIER Cicero 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Browery 
Alpha    Delta    Sigma;      lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post 
No.    202;     Tall    lllini    Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Iowa    State    College;      Northwestern    University; 
Navy   Pier   Extension   of   the    University   of    Illinois 


ELMER    FRANCIS    BAILEY Evanston 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
Alpha    Phi    Alpha 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;       Navy     Pier    Alumni    Association 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ROBERT    EUGENE    BAILEY La  Grange 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Phi    Gamma    Delta 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;     A.I.Ch.E. 
Wabash   College 


SHERWIN    HAROLD    BAIM Chicago 

Liberal    Arts  and    Sciences 
Political     Science 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 
Alpha    Rho    Tau;      Phi    Chi    Eta;      lllini    Insurance 
Society;      lllini    Sportsman's    Club 


WILLIAM    DOUGLAS    BAIRD Williamsfield 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Campus    Chest     (2);      lllini    Rural    Observer     (2}; 
All-Ag    Field    Day    Committee    (2);     Military    Ball 
Committee     (2,     3);       Plowboy     Prom     Committee 
(1,    2);     Second    Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Alpha 
Rho   Tau;     Phalanx;     Agriculture  Club;     Hoof  and 
Horn    Club 

ALGIS    RAMUTIS    BAKAITIS Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;     A.I.Ch.E. 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Honors   Day    (1,2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Concordia 
Illinois    State    Normal    University 


WILLIAM    KING    BAKER Lima 

Agriculture 
Food    Technology 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Food    Technology    Association 
Yale  University;   Illinois   Institute  of  Technology 


JOHN     LESTER     BALDWIN Danville 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta   Sigma    Phi 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Management 
Western    Illinois   State   College 


JOSEPH     MICHAEL     BALTRUSAITIS Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Bastille 
A.S.M.E. 

Technische       Hochschule      Darmstadt;         Illinois 
Institute  of   Technology 


THOMAS    NORMAN    BANKS Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Pi   Tau   Sigma;     A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
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JENNIS    JOSEPH    BAPST Oak    Lawn 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   Physics 
Newman     Hall 
Ma-Wan-Da;        Sachem;        Tomahawk;        Phi      Eta 
Sigma;      M.I. A.    Executive    Council    (1,    2,    3,    4); 
Student  Senate   (1,    2,   3,   4);     Committee  on   Stu- 
dent  Affairs    (2,    3,   4) ;     Coordination    Committee 
(1);       Freshman     Council      (1);      N.S.A.      Senate 
Subcommittee    (2,    3,    4) ;     Freshman    Week    Com- 
mittee   (2,   3,    4) 

THOMAS  GOODWIN  BARANSKI  .  .  .  .  Des  Plaines 
Commerce 
Marketing 
lllini  Campus  Am  vets  Post  No.  202;  Marketing 
Club;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association;  Rifle  and 
Pistol  Club;  Society  for  the  Advancement  of 
Management 

Navy     Pier    Activities:     Varsity     Wrestling     (1, 
2);  Host   of    lllini    (1,    2} 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

WAYNE    MERLE    BARKER Princeton 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      A.S.C.E. 


BRUCE    OWEN   BARKLEY Newton 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Economics 
Graham    Lodge 
M.I. A.      Executive      Council       (3,      4);        Student 
Senate      (3,     4) ;       University     Chorus,     president 
(3,    4);      French    Club 
Deep    Springs    College 


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JOEL     FRANCIS     BARNES Oak    Park 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Delta    Phi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ANN    ELIZABETH    BARNETT Dallas,    Tex. 

Commerce 
Economics 
Phi    Sigma   Sigma 
Phi   Chi   Theta;     House   President    (3) 
Southern    Methodist    University 


GEORGE    BR1TT    BARR Joliet 

Commerce 
Commerce   and    Law 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      Sigma    lota    Epsilon;      Junior 
8ar  Association 
Honors    Day    (2} 

Princeton    University 


CLYDE    LEWIS    BARTH Minonk 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Science   and    Engineering 
University     Choir      (3,      4);        Men's     Glee     Club 
(1,     2,     3,     4,     5);      Oratorio    Society     (4,     5); 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army   ROTC;     A.S.A.E. 
Honors    Day    (3) 


EDWARD     EAST     BARTHELL Wilmette 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Beta   Theta    Pi 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Y.M.C.A.    Committee     ( 1  ) ; 
Cheerleader    ( 2,    3) 


NANCY     NICKOL     BARTHELL Wilmette 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Kappa    Alpha   Theta 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee     (1,     2);      University    Choir 
(2} 
Honors    Day    (2,    3) 


HALE    CARLYLE    BARTLETT Urbana 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Beta   Theta   Pi 
Star    Course    Manager    (2) ;      Second     Lieutenant, 
Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air    Society;      Society 
for    the    Advancement    of    Management 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


BONNIE    JEAN    BARTLEY La  Grange 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Alpha    Gamma    Delta 
The    Daily    lllini    (1,    2);     lllini    Union    Committee 
(1,    2) 


LEONARD    RICHARD    BASINSKI Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sleepy    Hollow 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DOUGLAS    STEPHEN    BATES Fairfield 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Geology 
Phi    Delta   Theta 
Butler    University 


ROBERT   EDWARD   BATES,   JR. 

Washington,     D.C. 
Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Interfraternity      Council       (3);        Varsity      Tennis 
Squad     (2);      Freshman    Varsity    Tennis    Squad; 
Captain,   Army   ROTC;     Pershing  Rifles;     Scabbard 
and    Blade 
Honors    Day    (2) 


JOSEPH     ANTHONY     BATTAGLIA 

Chicago    Heights 
Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
House    President    (4);      A.S.C.E.;      I.T.E.,    presi- 
dent   (4) 

St.    Joseph's    College 


MARNA    ROSE    BREWBAKER    BAUER Mendola 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (2);    W.A.A.    (1,  2,  3,  4); 
Physical   Education   Majors   Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 


WILLIAM     HERBERT     BAYLEY Carmi 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi   Gamma    Delta 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;      I II in ■    Union    Committee    (1, 
2);      Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1);      Varsity    Tennis 
Squad     (2);      Freshman     Varsity    Tennis    Squad; 
Concert   Band    (1,    2,    3,    4);     Football   Marching 
Band    (I,    2,    3,    4);     Accountancy    Club 


CHARLES     KIRK     BAZZELL Brownstown 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Lux   Mundi 
Major,    Army    ROTC;     A.S.C.E.;     Rifle   and   Pistol 
Club;      Synton 


NORMA     HALDENE     BEAN Urbona 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Gamma    Phi    Beta 


DONALD    JOHN     BAUMGARTNER Chicago 

Engineering 

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Sanitary   Engineering 

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Newman    Hall 

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M.I. A.    Executive   Council    (3);      House    President 

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(3);     Engineering    Council    (4);     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Mu-San,   president    (4) 

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St.    Mary's    College 

ROBERT  HAROLD   BEAN Mt.   Vernon 

Engineering 
Mining    Engineering 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
M.I.S. 


JOAN    ELIZABETH    BEATTY Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Delta   Zeta 
Shi-Ai;     lllini   Union   Committee    (2,    3);     Campus 
Chest  (2);     W.A.A.;     Panhellenic  Ball   Committee 
(2);     U.    of    I.    Student   Chapter   American    Recre- 
ational   Society 


JOHN     FRANCIS     BEATTY La  Moille 

Agriculture 

General    Agriculture 

Acacia 

lllini    Rural    Observer    (1);      Second    Lieutenant, 

Army        ROTC;         Infantry        Club;        Agricultural 

Economics    Club 


JUDITH    ELISABETH    BEATTY Decatur 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
The    Daily     lllini     (4);      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1  ,    2);     Marketing   Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 


LOIS   MOFFETT   BECKENBAUGH Lansing 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Sigma    Kappa 
Mask    and    Bauble;      lllini    Union    Committee     (1, 
2);      University    Theatre    Manager    (3);    W.A.A. 
(1,     2,     3);       University     Chorus     (2);      Spanish 
Club 

Indiana    University 


JAMES    ERNEST    BECKER East   St.    Louis 

Engineering 
Mining     Engineering 
M.I.S. 


WAYNE    RUEL    BECKER Jacksonville 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 

Alpha  Gamma  Rho 
University  Choir  (3);  University  Chorus  (3); 
Men's  Glee  Club  (2,  3,  4);  Oratorio  Society 
(3);  All-Ag  Field  Day  Committee  (2);  Plowboy 
Prom  Committee  (2);  Agriculture  Club;  Field 
and  Furrow;     Hoof  and   Horn   Club 

Bradley    University 

BARBARA    LEE    BECKMAN Ook    Park 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Delta    Delta    Delta 
Campus    Chest     (3);    Student    Senate 
Stephens  College 


MELVIN    HENRY    BECKMAN Chicago 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 

Architectural    Design 

Gargoyle,     president     (5);      Tau     Beta     Pi;      Phi 

Eta     Sigma;      Scarab;      Fine     and     Applied     Arts 

Council     (5);     A. I. A. 

Navy    Pier   Activities:      Illinois    Technograph 
Honors    Day    (1,2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

ROBERT    BEDE    Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Accountancy  Club;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy   Pier    Activities:      Band,    president    (2) 

Wilson    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 

of   the    University    of    Illinois 


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ROBERT    AMBROSE    BEESLEY 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;     Chi   Epsilon;     A.S.C.E. 
Honors   Day    (2) 
St.    Olaf   College 


EMILY     LOUISE     BEGGS Oak    Park 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Sigma    Kappa 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1,     2);       Star     Course 
Manager   (1,   2);   Women's  Glee  Club    (1);    lllini 
Rural   Observer    (1,    2);     Agriculture   Club;     Hoof 
and   Horn   Club 


LEONARD    WILLIAM    BEHLING Elgin 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music 
Flagg    House 
Concert   Band    (2,   3,  4);    Football   Marching   Bond 
(1,    2,   3,   4);     First   Regimental    Band    (1);    Uni- 
versity   Choir    (3);     Oratorio   Society    (2) 


CLYDE     DE  VERE     BELL Sturgis,     Mich. 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Kappa    Alpha    Psi 
Marketing    Club 

Herzl    Junior   College;      DePaul    University 


DENNIS  ARTHUR   BELL 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
lllini   Union  Committee    (3) 


.  Chicago 


JAMES    FARREL    BELL Joliet 

Commerce 
Personnel   Management 
Theta     Chi 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (2,     3);      Tribe    of    lllini; 
Varsity    Fencing   Squad    (2,    3,   4),    Letter    (2,    3, 
4),   Captain    (4);     First   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC; 
Scimitar 


GLORIA    MAE    BELVEL Davenport,    Iowa 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Alpha   Phi 
University     Chorus     (4);       Women's     Glee     Club 
(4);     Home   Economics   Club 
Cornell   College 


JOHN     LOWELL     BENDER Rockford 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Lundgren  House 
Omega   Beta   Pi 
Honors   Day   (1 ) 


SANDRA  BENNER   Ottawa 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 
Kappa   Kappa  Gamma 
Alpha    Lambda   Delta;     Terrapin    (1) 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


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FREDRICK   WILLIAM   BERCHER Flossmoor 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Pi     Tau     Sigma;       lllini     Union     Committee     (1); 
Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (1,      2);       Military     Ball 
Committee    (3);     Second    Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC; 
Phalanx;     A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 


ARLENE    RUTH    BERG Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in   English 
Evans   Hall 
Honors  Day   (3) 


BARBARA    ANN    BERGER Maywood 

Physical   Education 
Physical   Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
W.A.A.    (1,   2,   3,  4);     Badminton  Manager   (2); 
Physical   Education   Majors  Club 
Honors  Day   (3,  4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


CHARLES    ELMER    BERGSTROM Waukegan 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Architecture 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts    Council     (4);      A. I. A., 

president     (4);      Christian    Science    Organization, 

chairman    (3) 


JAMES   DAVID   BERGSTROM 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Delta   Upsilon 
A.S.C.E.;      I.T.E. 


VINCENT    CONRAD    BERKMAN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 

History 

Parade   Ground   Unit 

Alpha  Phi  Omega;     Military  Ball  Committee   (3); 

Major,    Army    ROTC;     Alpha    Rho   Tau;      Pershing 

Rifles;     Phalanx 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ROSALIE     BERKOWITZ     Bloomington 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln    Avenue   Residence 

Illinois  State  Normal  University;  Roosevelt 
College;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University 
of    Illinois 


CAROLYN    ANN    BERLEMAN Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio    and    Television 
University   Theatre   Cast    (4);     WILL    (4);      lllini 
Figure  Skating  Club;     Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


JOSEPH     MARVIN     BERNSTEIN Sterling 

Division    of    Special    Service 
Physics 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Physics   Society 
Wright  Junior  College 


YVONNE    ETHEL    BERNTSEN Winnetka 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Speech    Correction 
Busey    Hall 
House   President    (4);     Glider  Club 


NANCY     MARLENE     BERQUIST Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Busey   Hall 
Mortar  Board;     Alpha  Sigma   Nu;     W.A.A.  Board 
(4);       Major     I;       W.A.A.      Numerals;       W.A.A. 
(1,   2,   3,   4);     Orchesis   (1,   2,   3,   4);     Terrapin 
(1,    2,    3,    4),    president    (4);      Physical    Educa- 
tion Majors  Club 

Honors     Day      (2,      3);       University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 
Colorado  College 

RONALD   GENE    BERQUIST Lombard 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Illinois    Wesleyan    University;      Navy    Pier    Ex- 
tension of  the  University  of  Illinois 


JOHN    ANDREW    BERTON Lombard 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Canterbury   College;     Ripon   College 


CONSTANCE    MARIE    BERUTTI Benld 

Education 
Commercial   Teaching 
Evans  Hall 
Phi   Chi   Theta;     University   Chorus    (3) 
Honors   Day    (1,    2,    3) 


MARJORIE    BLANCHE    BEZIO Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha  Gamma   Delta 
HUni    Union   Committee   (2,   3);     W.A.A.    (2,    3, 
4);     House   President    (4) 


CHARLENE    ROSE    BIEDO Chicago 

Agriculture 
Food    Technology 
Rosewood 
Alpha    Lambda   Delta;      lota   Sigma   Pi 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MARIANNE    BIESTEK     Riverside 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Zeta   Tau   Alpha 
lllini   Union    Committee   (3);     Physical    Education 
Majors  Club 

College   of   St.    Catherine 


NANCY    ANN    BIGGINS 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Chi  Omega 
W.A.A.    (3);     Student  Senate    (4) 
Denison   University 


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LLOYD     JACK     BILLARD LaSalle 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma   lota   Epsilon;     Accountancy  Club 

Northwestern  State  College;   Centenary  College 


GEORGE     ROBERT    BINDER Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi   Sigma  Kappa 
The     lllio     (1,     2);      Interfraternity    Council     (1, 
2);     Marketing  Club 


TOBY    BARBARA     BIRNDORF Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
lllini   Union  Committee   (2) 
Wright    Junior    College 


PHYLLIS    JEAN    BIRTWELL Streator 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Sigma    Kappa 
Shi-Ai;      Phi     Upsilon     Omicron;      The    lllio     (1, 
2,    3),    Junior    Business    Manager;      lllini    Union 
Committee    (1,    2);     House   President   (4);     Home 
Economics    Club 


RITA    SMITH    BISHOP Decatur 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 

Alpha  Phi 
Torch;  Alpha  Chron;  The  lllio  (1);  lllini 
Union  Board  (4);  Major  Chairman  Red  Cross 
lllini  Union  Committee  (3);  lllini  Union  Council 
(3);  lllini  Union  Committee  (1,  2);  Y.W.C.A. 
Committee    (2);      Home   Economics    Club 

Mi  Hi  kin    University 

DONALD      LESTER      BITZER Collinsville 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Beta   Theta   Pi 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;      Sigma    Tau;      Phi    Eta    Sigma; 
Eta    Kappa    Nu;     Pi   Mu   Epsilon;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3,    4);    University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


NANCY    JEAN     BLACK Chicago 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Science 
Busey   Hall 
W.A.A.    (4);     Hoof  and    Horn    Club 


ARCH    LEE    BLACKARD Mount   Vernon 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau    Kappa   Epsilon 

Southern   Illinois  University;  Southeast  Missouri 
State   College 


CAROLYN    ANNE     BLACKARD Harrisburg 

Agriculture 

Home   Economics 

Zeta   Tau   Alpha 

The     lllio     (1);       lllini     Union     Committee     (1); 

Campus     Chest     (1);       Terrapin      (3);       Freshman 

Week    Committee     (3);      Home    Economics    Club 


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WILLIAM     THOMAS     BLAIR Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha     Kappa     Psi;       Freshman     Varsity     Baseball 
Squad;      Marketing    Club 


MERTON    LOUIS  BLAND Tarzana,   Calif. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Annex    Hall 
Tomahawk;      WILL    {1);      Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Society;     French  Club 

Grand  Rapids  Junior  College;  Ecole  des  Beaux 
Arts;  Ecole  Municipale  de  Dessin;  Universite 
de   Lyon 

JOHN    LOUIS   BLANK Springfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
Springfield   Junior  College 


LESTER    DEAN    BLANKENSHIP.  .  .Mulberry    Grove 
Division   of  Special  Services 
Psychology 
Galesburg      Extension      of     the     University      of 
Illinois 


VIRGINIA     LOUISE     BLEVINS Troy,     Kan. 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Kappa  Alpha   Theta 
lllini      Union      Committee      (3) ,-        Concert      Band 
(3,    4);     Home   Economics    Club 
Beloit   College 


JOSEPH    ALLEN    BLITT Moline 

Engineering 

General    Engineering 

Barton   House 

Tomahawk;     House   President    (2,    3);     Freshman 

Council    (1);     Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC;     General 

Engineering    Society;     Praetorians;     S.A.E. 


IRWIN    STEPHAN    BLOCH Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Political   Science 

Phi      Eta     Sigma;       Phi     Alpha     Theta;       Student 

Senate     (3,    4);      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Student  Congress    (2) 
Honors  Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CHARLES   HOWARD   BLOMQUIST Rockford 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1);      Interfraternity    Coun- 
cil   (2) 
_-f  University    of    Colorado;      University    of    Minne- 

sota 


GORDON      RICHARD      BLOOMBERG Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Sigma   Alpha   Mu 
Omega     Beta     Pi;     The     Daily     lllini     (1  );     Board 
of      Fraternity     Affairs      (3,      4) ;      Interfraternity 
Council      (2,     3,     4);     Student     Senate     (3);     IM 
Rec     Board     (4);     Interfraternity     Ball     Committee 
(3);     LAS    Council     (2) 


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CHARLES     RICHARD     BLUNDELL Marshall 

Commerce 
Personnel  Management 
Sigma    lota    Epsilon;      M.I. A.    Executive    Council 
(3);     Society   for   the   Advancement   of   Manage- 
ment;     Young    Democrats    Club 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


DONALD    GRANT    BOKENKAMP Clay    City 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Football     Marching     Band      (1,     2);       First     Regi- 
mental   Band    (1,   2);     A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 


RUSSELL     LEE     BOLTON Chicago 

Engineering 
Ceramic   Engineering 
Alpha  Chi   Rho 
Ma-Wan-Da;     Star  and   Scroll;     Sigma   Tau;     Phi 
Eta    Sigma;      Keramos;      lllini   Union    Board    (4); 
Major  Chairman   Block   I,    lllini   Union  Committee 
(3);       lllini     Union     Council     (3);      lllini    Union 
Committee    (1,   2);     Star   Course  Manager    (2) 
Honors   Day    (1,   3) 


WILLIAM    LEWIS    BOLTON... 
Commerce 
Finance 
Joliet   Junior   College 


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JERRIE    LOUISE    BOND Peorio 

Education 

Elementary  Education 

Kappa  Alpha  Theta 

University    Theatre    Committee     (1);      Y.W.C.A. 

Cabinet      (3);       Y.W.C.A.     Committee      (I,     2); 

Cadet,   Air   Force   ROTC;     Arnold   Air  Society 


JOHN   ROGER   BOND St.   Albans,   W.   Va. 

Engineering 
Mechanical   Engineering 
Pi    Tau    Sigma,    president    (4);      Ensign,    NROTC; 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day   (2,  3) 


JAMES  RENWICK   BONDE Oak   Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Chi    Phi 

lllini   Union   Committee    (2,   3);     House  President 

(2);      Major,    Air   Force    ROTC;      Marketing    Club 

Grinnell    College 


THOMAS   DUNCAN   BONE Oak   Park 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Kappa    Sigma 
lllini    Union   Committee    (4);     University   Theatre 
Cast    (4);     Second    Regimental    Band    (2);      Uni- 
versity    Choir      (3);       Men's     Glee     Club      (4); 
Oratorio  Society    (3) 


MELVIN    BOOKSTEIN Brooklyn,    N.Y. 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma    Delta   Chi;     WILL    (3) 
Honors    Day    (2) 


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EUGENE    KENT    BORCHART Des    Ploines 

Liberol   Arts    and    Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha   Chi   Rho 
Omega    Beta    Pi 
Honors  Day    0,3) 

Valparaiso    University 


PRIMO    DOMINIC    BORDIGNON Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Illinois    Institute   of   Technology 


STEVEN    JOHN    BORIK Skokie 

Commerce 
Management 
Theta    Delta    Chi 
House   President    (4);     Society   for   the   Advance- 
ment of  Management 
Wright   Junior   College 


IRWIN    SAUL    BORIN 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Parade   Ground   Units 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


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LORRAINE    RUTH    BORMAN Belleville 

Physical   Education 
Recreation 
Alpha  Epsilon   Phi 
Shorter      Board;        Shi-Ai;        Mask      and      Bauble; 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1);     University   Theatre 
Manager     (2,     3);       University     Theatre     Student 
Staff   (4);  Campus  Chest   (1,  2);   Physical   Educa- 
tion    Majors     Club;       U.     of     I.     Student     Chapter 
American    Recreational    Society 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


CARL    BORNHOLT    Chicago 

Liberol   Arts   and   Sciences 

Psychology 

Phi    Sigma    Kappa 

Freshman      Council;        University      Chorus      (2); 

Men's    Glee   Club    (3,    4);     Oratorio    Society    (1, 

2);      lllini   Sportsmon*s   Club 


JERRY    JEROME    BORNSTEIN Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lundgren    House 
Alpha    Delta    Sigma;     WILL    (3,    4);      Navy    Pier 
Alumni  Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MARVIN    BORNSTEIN     Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren    House 
Accountancy    Club;      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Associa- 
tion 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DANIEL      IRA     BOROVIK 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Parade    Ground    Units 
House    President    (1) 

Illinois    Institute   of   Technology 


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HAROLD  MAURICE   BORROR Mulberry  Grove 

Engineering 
Mechanical   Engineering 
Graham    Lodge 
A.S.M.E. 

Greenville   College 


WILLIAM    ANTHONY    BOSNAK Chicago 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Military    Ball    Committee    (3);    Phalanx;     Physical 
Education    Majors    Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Football  Letter- 
man  (2);  Varsity  Basketball  Letterman  (2); 
Debate    Team     (2) 

Iowa    State    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of 
the    University   of    Illinois 

ALMA    MAY    BOSTON Champaign 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
lota    Sigma    Pi;      Oratorio    Society    (1);    A.C.S. 
Honors    Day    (1,    3) 


RICHARD     CARL     BOSTROM Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma     Chi 
House      President      (4);        Midshipman,       NROTC; 
Marketing    Club 


EDWARD    JOHN    BOTTOMLE  Y  .  .  .  .  Boonville,    Ind. 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Zeta    Psi 

Skull    and    Crescent;      Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      House 

President    (4);      Intramural    Manager    (1,    2,    3); 

Second      Lieutenant,      Army     ROTC;       Alpho     Rho 

Tau 


THOMAS     DARRELL     BOUNDS Centralia 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Sociology 
Centralia  Township  Junior  College 


BRUCE     BOWER      Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Political    Science 

Delta   Chi 

Campus      Chest       (3);        House      President       (4), 

Student    Senate     (3,     4);      Major,     Army     ROTC; 

Military   Council 

Ripon    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of    the 
University    of    Illinois 


BARBARA    JEAN     BOWERS Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Palamar 
W.A.A.    (3,  4);     University   Chorus    (3);   Canter- 
bury   Foundation    Student    Council    (3,    4] 
Wilson   Junior  College 


WILBORNE   BOWLES    Champa! 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in    Social    Studies 
Alpha    Phi    Alpha 


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GEORGE    RICHARD    BOYDEN Milford 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Delta    Upsilon 
lllini    Union   Committee    (2);     German    Club 
Northwestern    University 


TENNEY    JAMES    BOYER Decatur 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta     Upsilon 
Interfraternity    Council     (3,    4);      Captain,    Army 
ROTC;     Accountancy   Club 


DONN     RYLANDS    BRACE Berkeley 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
907   Club 
A.S.M.E. 


JERRY    CHAUNCEY    BRADSHAW Buckley 

Commerce 

Economics 
Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;     Marketing    Club 


CURTIS    MILAN     BRAINARD Rockford 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
A.F.S.;      A.S.M.E.;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club;      So- 
ciety  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


JOHN     MILTON     BRANDT Evanston 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Evans   Scholars 
Tomahawk;        House     President      (3);       A.S.C.E.; 
Gamma   Delta,    president    (3) 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 


BRUCE     FRANK     BRANTINGHAM Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Zeta    Psi 
Phi     E  psi  Ion    Kappa;      U.    of    I.    Student    Chapter 
Recreational    Society 

Blackburn   College;     Wilson  Junior  College 


NAOMI    RUTH   BRAUSCH Grays    Lake 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music     Education 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
lllini   Union   Committee    (2);     W.A.A.    (3);     Uni- 
versity  Choir    (2,   3);     Women's   Glee   Club    (2); 
Oratorio   Society    (2,   3) 
Lawrence   College 


DALE     THOMAS     BRAXTON Chicago 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Barton   House 

Chicago    Teachers    College;      Navy    Pier    Exten 
sion   of  the  University  of   Illinois 


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RICHARD     EDWIN     BRAY Virden 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Science 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (3,    4};     Varsity   Wrestling 
Squad     (2);      Major,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold 
Air    Society;      Agricultural    Economics    Club;      lllt- 
Knights 
Honors     Day    {1,     2) 


LARRY   WILLIAM    BRETT Duluth,    Minn. 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (4);      Captain,     Air    Force 
ROTC;     A.S.C.E. 

University    of    Minnesota 


CAROLYN    LOUISE    BREWER Milford 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 

Theta  Upsilon 
Phi  Upsilon  Omicron;  lllini  Union  Committee 
(2);  McKinley  Foundation  Student  Council  (4J; 
All-Ag  Field  Day  Committee  (4) ;  Freshman 
Week  Committee  (4) ;  Plowboy  Prom  Com- 
mittee   (3);     Home  Economics  Club 

MacMurray    College 

RONALD    DALE    BREWER La  Grange 

Agriculture 
Restaurant  Management 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
lllini    Rural    Observer    (1);      Agricultural    Educa- 
tion   Club 


JAMES     BERNARD     BRIGGS Neponset 

Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Sigma     Tau;       Eta     Kappa     Nu;      Phi     Eta    Sigma; 
University     Choir     (1,     2,     3);       Oratorio    Society 
(3);      Engineering    Council    (3,    4);      Captain,    Air 
Force  ROTC;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3,    4);     University   of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JANETH    DIANE    BRIGGS Barrtngton 

Liberal    Arts  and    Sciences 
English 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
House    President     (4) 

Graceland     College;       Western     Maryland     Col- 
lege 


MARION     FRANCIS     BRINK Golden     Eagle 

Agriculture 
Vocational    Agriculture 
Newman    Hall 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      Agricultural    Education    Club; 
Agriculture   Club 


MARSHALL    BARTLETTE     BRISBOIS 

East   Boxford,    Mass. 
Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Anthropology 

Phi    Kappa    Psi 


MERVIN     WENTZ     BRITTON Hindsboro 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music 

Concert     Band      (2,     3,     4);       Football     Marching 

Band    (2,    3,    4);     University   Orchestra    (2,    3,   4} 

Honors    Day    (3) 

Eastern    State    College 


KARL    BRIX     Slrealor 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music 

Sigma     Chi 

Skull    and    Crescent;      Pi     Kappa     Lambda;       lllini 

Union   Committee    (2);     Star  Course  Manager  (2) 


NANCY    RUTH    BROCK Eureka 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics 
Alpha  Omicron   Pi 
The    Daily     lllini     (1);      lllini    Union     Committee 
(1);     Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (I) 


JEROME     SAUL     BRODY Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Phi  Sigma  Delta 
lllini   Union  Committee   (1,   2,  3) 
Honors  Day    (2) 

University    of   Chicago 


JOHN    CHARLES    BROMAN Elgin 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Alpha    Chi    Sigma 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Lambda    Upsilon;      A.I.Ch.E. 
Elgin     Community    College 


NAOMI      CAROL      BROOKS Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   Social   Studies 
Busey   Hall 

University  of  Chicago;  Roosevelt  University; 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


NORMA   LOUISE   BROOKS Springfield 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music   Education 

Philea 

Mu  Phi  Epsilon;     University  Chorus   (3);  Oratorio 

Society     (4);      lllini     Christian     Fellowship     (4); 

Gamma   Delta 

Springfield  Junior   College 


MARIETTA     BROTHERS     Lawrenceville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Gamma   Phi   Beta 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;      Mask    and    Bauble;      The 
lllio    (1);     lllini   Union   Committee    (1);     Univer- 
sity  Theatre    Manager    (2,    3);     Y.W.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (1);      House    President     (4);      University 
Theatre    Board    (3) 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 

ALEXANDER  SAMUEL   BROUN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Sigma    Alpha   Mu 


ALLEN      ROGER      BROWN Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma    (3,  4);     The  Daily   lllini    (I) 
Honors   Day    (3) 


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CHARLES    GORDON    BROWN Sterling 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Alpha    Chi    Rho 
Fine    and    Applied     Arts     Council     (4);      Second 
Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC    (1,    2,    3,    4);      Barber- 
shoppers 

Iowa    State    College 


ELIZABETH    JANE     BROWN Waukegan 

Agriculture 

Home    Economics 

Delta    Delta   Delta 

The     lllio     (1);      University    Theatre     Cost     (1); 

Plowboy   Prom    Committee    (2);    Home   Economics 

Club 


EMERSON    BROWN    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Political   Science 
Alpha    Phi   Alpha 
Honors    Day   (3) 


GERALD    LEWIS    BROWN,    JR Champaign 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Sigma   Alpha   Epsilon 

House     President     (4);       Captain,     Army     ROTC; 

Zeta    Sigma    Alpha     (3,    4);      lllini    Sportsman's 

Club;     Marketing   Club 


INA    SWIRYN     BROWN Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Laurel    House 
Honors    Day    (2,    3) 


KENNETH    HARVEY    BROWN Joliet 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Joliet    Junior    College 


MARY    LEE    BROWN Pittsburgh,    Pa. 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Delta   Gamma 
Carnegie    Institute   of  Technology 


PAUL    CUSTER    BROWN East   Moline 

Division   of  Special   Services 

Pre-Law 

Parade  Ground  Units 

M.I.A.      Council      (3);       House     President      (3); 

Delta  Sigma   Omicron,-     Young   Democrats   Club 

Northeast  Missouri   State  Teachers'   College 


RAYMOND    VIRGIL    BROWN Agate,    Neb. 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Tau    Beta    Pi;     Eta   Kappa   Nu;     A.IEE.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 

Chicago   Technical   College 


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SUSAN    ELLEN    BROWN  ...  .Webster   Groves,   Mo. 

Education 

Elementary   Education 

Alpha    Phi 
Phi     Kappa     Phi;      Kappa     Delta     Pi;      Mask    and 
Bauble;      National    Collegiate    Players;      Univer- 
sity  Theatre    Manager    (3,    4);    University   Theatre 
Cast    (3);     Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (3) 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Carleton   College 


CORINNE   LUCILLE   BRUNER    Waterloo,   Iowa 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Wescoga 
First    Regimental     Band     ( 1  ]  ;      Spanish    Club 


OTTO   GUSTAV   BRUNNER .  .  East   Northport,   N.Y. 
Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

State   University  of   New  York;     Union   College 
Division   in   New   York 


RONALD   ALBERT   BRUSH Harvey 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Sigma    Tau;      Tau    Beta    Pi;      Sigma    Gamma    Tau; 
Lieutenant,    NROTC;      IAS. 

Honors     Day     (2,     3,    4);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


LESLIE    AULLS    BRYAN,    JR Champaign 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Political   Science 
Chi    Psi 
Ma-Wan-Da;        Campus      Chest      (1);        Tribe     of 
lllini;    Track  Manager   (1,   2,  3,  4);  Senior  Track 
Manager;      Athletic     Council      (4);       Major,     Air 
Force    ROTC;     Arnold   Air   Society;      Flying    Club; 
Junior   Bar   Association;     Barbershoppers 


LLOYD  DEAN   BRYANT Buffalo 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Son's   Home 
Second   Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Agriculture  Club; 
Field    and    Furrow 


BARBARA    GAIL    BUCKMASTER Elmhurst 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 

Architectural    Engineering 

Alpha    Chi    Omega 

Alpha      Alpha      Gamma,      president      (5);        Star 

Course    Manager     (1);      Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Council   (1,  2,   3,   5);     A. I. A. 


ROBERT   EUGENE   BUCKSAT East  St.   Louis 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Graham    Lodge 
House   President    (4);      Engineering    Council     (4); 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors    Day     (3) 


ESTELLE    BERNADINE    BUDER Rock    Island 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Wescoga 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       The     lllio     (1);      French 
Club;      Russian    Language   Club 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


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JAMES    FRANK     BUECHE Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Granada    Club 
A.F.S.;      A.S.M.E. 


DONALD    EDWARD    BUHRMESTER      Milford 

Engineering 

Electrical     Engineering 

Triangle 

House    President     (3);      Military     Ball     Committee 

(3);     Lieutenant   Colonel,   Army   ROTC;    Ordnance 

Club;     Scabbard   and   Blade;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


DOLORES   HELEN   BULTINCK Taylor   Ridge 

Commerce 
Commercial    Teaching 
Alpha   Delta    Pi 
Campus   Chest    (2);     Newman   Foundation  Student 
Council     (3);      Panhellenic    Ball    Committee     (3); 
Senior    Ball     Committee     (2);       Young     Democrats 
Club 


CARLOS    BOYD    BUMZAHEM Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Lieutenant  Colonel,  Army  ROTC;     Pershing   Rifles; 
Anthropology    Club 

Navy    Pier   Activities:     Pier    lllini,    Photography 
Editor 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


WILLIAM    VANDER    BURGESS Brownfield 

Agriculture 

Vocational  Agriculture 

Nobor    House 

Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      Agricultural    Education    Club; 

Agriculture  Club;     Field  and   Furrow;     Horticulture 

Club 


JACK    LLOYD   BURK Flora 

Engineering 

Aeronautical    Engineering 

Lieutenant     Colonel,     Air     Force     ROTC;       Arnold 

Air     Society;       Pershing      Rifles;       Scabbard      and 

Blade;      I.A.S. 


HENRY     WILLIAM     BURKE 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
The    Mansion 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

James   Millikin    University 


JANE    ANN     BURKHART Aurora 

Liberal   Arts   and    Sciences 
Speech    Correction 
Evans    Hall 
Zeta     Phi     Eta;       Major     Chairman     International 
Fair   lllini   Union   Committee    (4);     Wesley   Foun- 
dation   Student   Council    (3) 

Northern    Illinois    State   Teachers    College 


FRANK  WARFEL   BURR Ottawa 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Beta    Theta    Pi 
Sigma  Tau;     Chi   Epsilon;     Y.M.C.A.   Cabinet   (3); 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2,    3);      Campus    Chest 
(1);     Baseball   Manager    (1,  2);    First   Lieutenant, 
Army   ROTC;     A.S.C.E. 
Honors    Day    (2) 


BETSY  ANN   BYRNS Griggsville 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Zela    Tau   Alpha 
Shi-Ai;      Mask    and    Bauble;      University    Theatre 
Manager     (1,    2,    3,    4);      Y.W.C.A.     Committee 
(1);       Canterbury     Foundation     Student     Council 
(2,    3) 

NEIL    BUTTERFIELD     Elmhurst 

Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 

Medea    Lodge 

House    President    (3);      Second    Lieutenant,    Army 

ROTC;      Illinois    Rocket    Society;      Rifle    and    Pistol 

Club 

JOANN    MARIE     BUSKE Litchfield 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Gamma    Phi    Beta 
The   lllio   (1);   Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (1)-  W  A  A 
(2) 

MALCOLM    WEST    BUSHNEIL Rochelle 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Phi    Kappa    Psi 

STANLEY     JOHN     BUSH Champaign 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
Alpha   Tau  Omega 
General     Engineering     Society 

WOODRUFF   ARTHUR   BURT Freeport 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Theta    Chi 
House     President     (4);       Captain,     Army     ROTC; 
Infantry     Club;       Agricultural     Economics     Club 

PATRICIA    ANN    BURT Wheaton 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Alpha    Gamma   Delta 
Torch;     Shi-Ai;     Major  Chairman    Personnel    Man- 
agement     lllini      Union     Committee      (3);        lllini 
Union     Council      (3);       lllini     Union     Committee 
(1.    2);     Star   Course   Manager    (2);     Panhellem'c 
Executive  Council    (3);     Women's   Glee   Club    (1) 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 

JOHN     EDMUND    BURRILL Jo|;er 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Speech 
University  Theatre  Cast  (3,   4) 

Northwestern     University;       Joliet     Junior     Col- 
lege 


JAMES  KENNETH    BURRELL .  .  .  New    Haven,    Conn. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
University    Theatre    Cast     (1);      Y.M.C.A.     Com- 
mittee    (1);       Baptist     Student     Union      (2,     4); 
Accountancy   Club;      Marketing    Club 


t  DONNA    CAROL    CADWALLADER Lincoln 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Pi   Beta   Phi 
Torch;       Gamma     Alpha     Chi;       The     Daily     lllini 
(1.   2,   3.   4) 
Honors  Day   (1,   2) 

CARL    SYLVAN    CAHN Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
9  JW  Tau    Delta    Phi 

Interfraternity    Council    (4);      Marketing    Club 
Wright  Junior  College 

MARGARET   ANN   CAIN Springfield 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Evans   Hall 
Kappa  Delta   Pi 

MacMurray    College 

JAMES     LEE     CALDER Chicago 

'm-^t  Commerce 

j:  Personnel    Management 

I       r-A  Cni  phi 

House  President   (4);  Varsity  Football  Squad   (3) 
Marquette    University 

*g^R  JAMES   DONEL   CALHOON Norris   City 

£i^^^*^%  Engineering 

Civil    Engineering 

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CHARLES    IRA    CALISOFF Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Political   Science 
Barton    House 
French    Club;     Navy    Pier   Alumni    Association 
Honors   Day    (1) 

University    of    Chicago;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of    the   University    of    Illinois 

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JOHN    HOLMES    CALKINS Barrington 

Commerce 

Personnel  Management 

Parade    Ground    Units 

Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (3,    4);      House    President 

(4);      Men's    Glee    Club     (3,    4);      Delta    Sigma 

—  Omicron 

Cornell    College 

CAROLYN     CAMPBELL     Springfield 

pr  Agriculture 

*  Home   Economics 

"j$"     ^t.  Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

Freshman       Week       Committee       {4);         Plowboy 
Prom    Committee     (3);      Home    Economics    Club 
MacMurray    College 

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Agriculture 

Agronomy 
Delta   Sigma    Phi 
James    Millikin    University 

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MYRNA    GRACE    CAMPBELL Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 

Spanish 

Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

Alpha     Lambda     Delta;      Sigma     Delta     Pi;      The 

lllio    (2);      House    President    (3);     Spanish    Club 

Honors  Day   (2,   3) 


THOMAS    AZOR    CAMPBELL Flint,    Mich. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Landscape  Architecture 
Michigan   State   College 


MARVIN   CLARENCE   CARBONNEAU Chicago 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Parade  Ground   Units 
Alpha     Zeta     (3,     4);       Pi     Alpha     Xi,     president 
(3,    4);      Floriculture    Club     (1,    3,    4);      French 
Club     (4);       lllini     Sportsman's     Club,     president 
(4) 


JERRY   ALLEN   CARESS Harvey 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Piano 
Fireside 
Star     Course     Manager      (2);       University     Choir 
[1,    2) 


ARMANDO   CARLO,   JR Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Parade    Ground    Units 
Omega  Beta  Pi;    Spanish  Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Varsity  Football;     Letter- 
man's  Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


RICHARD    CARLSON    Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Psi    Upsilon 
Star    Course    Manager     (2);      University    Chorus 
(3);     A.I.A. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ROGER     KEITH     CARLSON Campus 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Pi    Kappa    Alpha 
Sarhem;  Alpha  Zeta;  Mask  and  Bauble;   Pierrots; 
Major  Chairman   Union  Movies   lllini   Union  Com- 
mittee   (4);   University  Theatre  Manager    (2,   3); 
University     Theatre     Cast      (1);       Military      Ball 
Committee     (3);      Senior    Announcements     Com- 
mittee;    Senior  Ball   Committee;     Second   Lieuten- 
ant,   Army    ROTC;     Phi    Chi    Eta;     Scabbard    and 
Blade;     Agricultural    Economics    Club 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 

DONALD  WILLIS  CARPENTER Chicago 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Engineering   Geology 
Cyclothem   Club;     lllini   Campus  Amvets  Post  No. 
202;     Rifle   and   Pistol   Club 

Wright  Junior  College;  Black  Hills  State 
Teachers  College;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the 
University    of    Illinois 


JAMES   WARREN    CARPENTER Chicago 

Fine   and   Applied  Arts 
Architectural  Design 
Scarab;     A.I.A. 

Wright   Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of    the    University   of    Illinois 


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ROBERT    SEYMOUR    CARPER Rochester,    N.Y. 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 

Chemical   Engineering 

Flagg    House 

MIA    Executive    Council    (3);      lllio    (2);      Hi  lie 

Foundation      Student      Council      (4);        A.I.Ch.E.; 

lllini   Forensic  Association;     Praetorians 


DONALD    EDWARD    CARR Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Sigma    Phi    Delta 
Interfraternity   Council    (4);     A.S.M.E.,   president 
(4);     Illinois  Rocket  Society;    S.A.E. 

Wright    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of  the   University  of   Illinois 


ROBERT  ANTHONY   CARR Urbona 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


ROBERT    CARTER Oak    Pork 

Commerce 

Marketing 
lllini    Campus   Amvets    Post   No.    202;    Marketing 
Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JOHN    DAVID   CARTLAND Oak   Park 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Beta  Theta   Pi 

Alpha  Kappa  Psi;   Beta  Alpha  Psi;  The  lllio   (1); 

Interfraternity     Council      (2,      3);       Accountancy 

Club 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


GORDON    EDGAR    CASH Harvard 

Engineering 
Engineering    Physics 
MliKnights 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Tomahawk;      Y.M.C.A.    Committee 
(1,   3);  Y.M.C.A.   Cabinet   (3);   M.I. A.   Executive 
Council   (2,  3,  4),  president   (4);  Student  Senate 
(3);       Coordination     Committee      (3);       N.S.A. 
Senate   Sub-Committee    (4);     Second    Regimental 
Sand    (1,   2);     WILL    (3);     McKinley   Foundation 
Student    Council     (2,    3);      German    Club;      Mli- 
Knights,-     lllini    Sportsman's    Club;      Physics    So- 
ciety;    Young   Republicans   Club 

HARRY   GOLDZIER    CASLER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Chi    Phi 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JOSEPH   BERNARD  CASSERLY,  JR Champaign 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Sigma   Nu 
Executive     Officer,     NROTC;       A.S.C.E.;       Flying 
Club 


WILLIAM   FRANCIS  CAVENDER Batavia 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
University   of   Colorado 


ROLF    ALRIK    CEDERWALL Norlhbrook 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Acacia 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      lllini    Union    Committee     (1, 
2);      Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1);      Campus    Chest 
(1  );       Captain,      Army     ROTC;        Infantry     Club; 
Pershing    Rifles;      Scabbard    and    Blade;     Military 
Ball   Committee;     Marketing   Club 


JOYCE     LORRAINE     CHALCRAFT Petersburg 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
International   Affairs 
Chi  Omega 
Mortar     Board;       Torch;       Shi-Ai;       Delta     Sigma 
Rho;       Mask     and     Bauble;       National     Collegiate 
Players,    president    (4);      Zeta    Phi    Eta;      Univer- 
sity  Theatre   Cast    (1,    2,    3,    4);     Student   Senate 
(2,   3,   4};     Committee  on  Student  Affairs   (3,  4); 
N.S.A.    Senate   Subcommittee    (2,    3);      Women's 
Glee  Club    (1);     WILL   (2,  3,  4);     lllini   Forensic 
Association 
Honors    Day     (3) 


GLORIA    MAE    CHAMBERS Gary,     Ind. 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Indiana  University 


ROBERT   FULTON   CHAMBERS Gary,    Ind. 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
lllini   Forensic  Association 


WILLIAM   JACK   CHAMBLIN Robinson 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Geology 

Alpha   Tau   Omega 

Ma-Wan-Da;      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Football 

Squad     (3,     4) ,     Letter,     (3,     4) ;       Captain,     Air 

Force   ROTC 

U.S.    Military    Academy 


DONALD     EMMET    CHAMPION Waukegan 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Economics 
Theta    Chi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (2,    3);      Barbershoppers 


WILLIAM    MUGGE    CHANCE Salem 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Varsity  Football  Squad    (2,  3};   Freshman  Varsity 
Football    Squad 


JORDAN    FISHER    CHANEY Rinard 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Phi    Delta    Theta 


CHARLES    FREDERICK    CHAPMAN. 
Journalism 
Editorial 
Delta  Sigma    Omicron 
Wright    Junior    College 


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LAWRENCE    R.    CHAPMAN Cerro   Gordo 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi    Kappa    Alpha 
Ma-Wan-Da;     Sachem;     Alpha   Delta  Sigma;    The 
Daily      lllini,      Advertising      Director      (3),      Co- 
Circulation     Director     (4);       Campus     Chest     (1); 
Class      President      (4);        Senior      Announcements 
Committee     (4);      Senior     Ball     Committee     (4); 
Marketing    Club 
Honors    Day    (1,2) 

HORN    CHEN    Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing    Research 
Parade  Ground   Units 
Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad 

Indiana  Technical   School;  Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the   University   of   Illinois 


MICHAEL  MING  CHEN Nanking,   China 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Tau    Beta    Pi;     A.S.M.E.;     Chinese   Students   Club 
National   Taiwan    University,-    Gonzaga    Univer- 
sity 


JOHN    WILLIAM    CHESTNUT New   Holland 

Agriculture 
Animal   Science 
Football    Marching    Bond     (1);      First    Regimental 
Band     (1);      Agricultural    Economics    Club;      Agri- 
culture Club;     Field  and   Furrow;     Hoof  and   Horn 
Club;     Rural    Life   Club 


CHARLES    EUGENE   CHILDERS Taylorville 

Engineering 
Mining    Engineering 
Harmony    House 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      Scabbard    and 
Blade;     A.S.M.E.;     M.I.S. 
Honors   Day    (3) 


RAYMOND    FRANK    CHIOSTRI Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Captain,  Army  ROTC;     Alpha   Rho  Tau;     Phalanx; 
Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MYRON    LLOYD    CHOLDEN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tau   Epsilon   Phi 
Interfraternity     Council      (2);       Ordnance     Club; 
Captain,    Army   ROTC;     Accountancy  Club 


LOUIS     DAVID     CHRISTENSEN Kankakee 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Zeta    Psi 
Interfraternity     Council      (1,     2);       Captain,     Air 
Force    ROTC 
Honors    Day    (1) 


THEODORE    DEAN    CHRISTENSEN Chicago 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Psychology 
Flagg   House 
lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post    No.    202 
Wright   Junior   College 


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DANIEL    RALPH   CHRISTENSON Joliet 

Commerce 
Management 
Joliet    Junior    College 


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RONALD    CARL    CHRISTIANSON Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Cagle  Hall 
House  President  (4);  Captain,  Army  ROTC; 
Alpha  Rho  Tau;  Accountancy  Club;  Marketing 
Club;  Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association;  Society 
for  the  Advancement  of  Management;  Barber- 
shoppers 

Wilson    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of    the    University    of    Illinois 

GERALD    THADEUS    CHRUSC1EL Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
I.A.S. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


BEVERLY   ANNE    CHUBAT Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Busey    Hall 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       Society    of     Illustrators; 
House   President    (3) 

Honors     Day     (1,     2,     3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JOHN    CHURA     Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural  Engineering 
Browery 
M.I. A.   Executive  Council    (3);     A. I. A.;     A.S.C.E. 


JAMES  ANTHONY   CIARLO Steger 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Phi    Kappa     Phi;      Phi     Eta    Sigma;       LAS    Council 
(3,     4};       Lieutenant    Colonel,     Air    Force    ROTC; 
Arnold    Air   Society;     Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 
Honors     Day     (1 ,     2,    3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JOSEPH    SALVATORE    CICERO Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Delta  Sigma  Pi 
Major  Chairman  Jazz-U-Like-lt  lllini  Union 
Committee  (4);  lllini  Union  Council  (4);  lllini 
Union  Committee  (3);  University  Orchestra  (3); 
Commerce  Council  (3,  4),  president  (4);  Ac- 
countancy  Club 

De  Paul    University 

DANIEL   ROBERT  CICHY Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Colonial   Arms 
The     Daily     lllini      (3);       House     President      (3); 
I.A.S. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DONALD    JAMES    CISEK Bellwood 

Commerce 
Economics 

Parade  Ground    Units 
House    President    (3) ;     Second     Lieutenant,    Army 
ROTC;    Alpha    Rho    Tau;    Navy    Pier    Alumni    As- 
sociation;     Society      for      the      Advancement      of 
Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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BARBARA    DIANA    CISZEK Mahomet 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
University     Chorus      (2);       Women's     Glee     Club 
[1,  3) 


DONALD     FRANCIS    CIZEK Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CAROLE    ANN    CLARK Stronghurst 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 


DAVID    WISE    CLARK Hillsboro 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
Sigma   Chi 
Tau      Beta     Pi;        Phi      Eta     Sigma;       Major,      Air 
Force   ROTC;     Arnold    Air   Society 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


ROBERT   NORMAN    CLARK Woodstock 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Sigma    Nu 
Skull     and     Crescent;      Varsity     Baseball     Squad; 
Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad;      I.A.S. 


WILLIAM   NORRIS   CLARK Mt.   Morris 

Commerce 
Personnel    Management 
Parade   Ground    Units 
House     President    (3);      Men's    Glee    Club     {4J; 
Pershing    Rifles 
Honors   Day    (2) 


JOHN    KENDALL    CLEMENS Naperville 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
Sigma    Phi    EpsMon 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


ROLAND    ESTEL   CLEMENT Calumet   City 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 
Flint    Junior    College 


JAMES    WILLIAM    CLEVENGER Galva 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Marketing    Club 

Western      Illinois      State      Teachers'       College; 
Bradley    University 


JAMES    GORDON    COBBAN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and    Sciences 
History 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

VERNON    LEE    COCKERILL Bluffs 

Veterinary    Medicine 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Student   Veterinary   Medical    Association 
Honors   Day    (2,  3) 

RICHARD   CLAIR   COGLEY Port   Huron,    Mich. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Gargoyle 

Port    Huron    Junior    College 

FREDRIC    ALAN    COHAN Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Phi    Epsilon    Pi 
Glider  Club;      I.A.S.;     S.A.E. 

ELI    WERNER    COHEN Givataim,    Israel 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Hillel   Foundation    (1,   2,  3,  4);    A.S.A.S. 
Kansas    State   College 

HARRIET   RUTH   COHEN Atlanta,   Ga. 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Alpha   Epsilon   Phi 
Campus    Chest    (3) 

University  of  Alabama 

JUDITH    RUTH    COHEN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Psychology 
Busey   Hall 
Campus   Chest    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

NORMAN    ARNOLD    COHN Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau   Epsilon   Phi 
Interfraternity     Council       (2);        Freshman      Week 
Committee     (3);      Marketing    Club 

MORTON    JOSEPH    COLBERT Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Parade    Ground    Units 
House    President    (3);     Illinois   Technograph    (1); 
A.S.M.E.;     Navy   Pier  Alumni   Association;   S.A.E. 
Navy   Pier  Activities:     Student   Congress 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RICHARD     ALLEN     COLEMAN Canton 

Liberal  Arts   and  Sciences 

German 

Sachem;      Tribe    of    lllini     (1,    2,    3,    4);      Varsity 

Track    Squad     (2,    3,    4),     Letter    (3);      Freshman 

Varsity  Track  Squad    (1);     German   Club 

ROBERT    EARL    COLEMAN Canton 

Physical    Education 
Physical   Education 
Delta  Sigma   Phi 
Physical    Education    Majors   Club 

Western    Illinois  State  Teachers'   College 

WILLIAM   EARL   COLEMAN Urbana 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Phi    Kappa    Sigma 
Interfraternity   Council    (2,  3);     Freshman   Varsity 
Track    Squad 

MARY   ELLA    COLLINS Glen    Ellyn 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Alpha  Delta  Pi 
University     Choir     (I,     2,     4);      Oratorio    Society 
(1,    2,    4);      Rifle   and    Pistol    Club 

RUTH    ELLYN    COLLINS Oak    Park 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Lincoln   Avenue    Residence 
lota  Sigma  Pi;     lllini  Christian  Fellowship   (3,  4) 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

KENNETH   GENE   COMER Casey 

Agriculture 

General    Agriculture 

Baptist    Foundation    Student    Council     (2,     3,    4); 

First       Lieutenant,       Army       ROTC;        Agricultural 

Economics   Club;     Agriculture  Club 

WAYNE    EUGENE    CONERY Rockford 

Journalism 

Radio   and   Television 

Kappa   Delta   Rho 

Sigma    Delta    Chi;      The    lllio     (1);      lllini    Union 

Committee    (1,    2,    3);     WILL,    WTCL-TV    (3,    4) 

JOHN     ALFRED     CONLIN Arthur 

Commerce 
Management 
lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post   No.    202;     Marketing 
Club;     Society    for    the   Advancement    of   Manage- 
ment 

Eastern    Illinois  State   College 

JOHN    GUNNETT    CONNELL Rockford 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Premedicine 
Phi   Delta  Theta 
Georgetown    University 


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BETTY   JANE   CONREAUX Granite   City 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Evans   Hall 

MARY    JO    CONTO Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
Society    of    Illustrators 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

FRANK   JOHN   COOLS Glen    Ellyn 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club;      lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post 
No.    202 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

JAMES    RICHARD    COONEY Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman    Hall 
Rifle    Team;      Varsity    Squad     (3,    4);      Rifle    and 
Pistol  Club,  president   (4) 
St.    Benedict's   College 

IRVING    LAWRENCE    COPPEL Boston,    Mass. 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Sigma    Alpha    Mu 
Freshman    Varsity    Basketball    Squad;      Freshman 
Varsity    Baseball    Squad;     Athletic    Council    (2); 
IM    Rec    Board    (3);      Physical    Education    Majors 
Club 

PHILLIP    JAY   COOPER Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Tau  Delta  Phi 
Beta    Alpha    Psi;     Accountancy   Club;      Marketing 
Club 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

ROY    WILLIAM    CORCORAN Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical   Engineering 
Granada  Club 
A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

MICHAELINE  MARY  COSTABILE Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 

Busey   Hall 
Kappa     Delta     Pi;      Alpha     Lambda     Delta;      The 
Daily    lllini     (3);      lllini    Union    Committee    (4); 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council    (4);    Navy 
Pier  Alumni   Association 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Student   Congress;     Pier 
lllini 
Honors  Day    (1,  2,   3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 

VASILIKI    JAMES   COSTAS Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Philosophy 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 


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LYNDA    RUTH    COUCH Springfield 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha    Phi 
Mortar     Board;       Torch;       Shi-Ai;       lllio     (1,     2); 
lllini      Union      Committee       {1,      2);        Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet     (1,     2,     3,     4);       Y.W.C.A.     Committee 
(1,     2);      W.A.A.     (1);      Panhellenic     Executive 
Council    (3) 

JANET   RAE    COX East   St.    Louis 

Journalism 
Radio 
Evans   Hall 
University      Theatre      Manager      (2);        Y.W.C.A. 
Committee      (2) ;       Baptist     Student     Union     Stu- 
dent  Council    (2,   3,   4);      lllini    Forensic   Associa- 
tion;     Spanish    Club 
Bethel   College 

CHARLES   ANTHONY   CRAIN Springfield 

Commerce 
Industrial     Management 
Springfield      Junior      College,-        University      of 
Miami 

JAMES    WARREN    CRAIN Mound    Cify 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Political   Science 
Alpha   Delta   Phi 
Lieutenant    Colonel,    Army    ROTC;     Scabbard    and 
Blade;     Junior   Bar  Association 

CHARLES   WILLIAM    CRAINE Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel    Management 
Parade    Ground    Units 
M.I. A.    Executive   Council    (4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

JEROME   FRANCIS  CRAY North  Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing   Club 

Lake   Forest   College 

BENNETT  JAY  CREMER West  Frankfort 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Southern   Illinois  University 

CAROLE    CRISP    Marion 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Sigma    Kappa 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2) 

HOWARD   FRANKLIN   CROMBIE Champaign 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Phi     Beta     Kappa;      Omega     Beta     Pi;      Spanish 
Club;    Chi  Gamma   lota 
Honors  Day    (3) 

Massachusetts    Institute   of  Technology 


RICHARD  SHIREMAN  CROWDER Springfield 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Springfield  Junior  College 


HAROLD    SIMON    CROYTS Warren,    Ohio 

Engineering 

Electrical     Engineering 

Ohio   State   University;     Youngstown    College 


WILLIAM   NORMAN   CUMMINGS.  ..  Franklin   Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 
lllini   Campus   Amvets   Post   No.   202;     Marketing 
Club;     Society   for  the  Advancement   of  Manage- 
ment 

Wright  Junior  College 


CARMEN     CUNNINGHAM     Martinsville 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Fehner   House 
Shorter    Board;      Torch;      W.A.A.    Board     (2,    3); 
Mojor    1;      W.A.A.     Numerals;      W.A.A.     (2,     3, 
4);     House  President   (2,   3);     Physical   Education 
Majors   Club;     Rifle  and   Pistol   Club 


DUANE    WARREN    CUPLIN Rockford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
907   Club 
House  President   (4);     Men's  Glee  Club  (1);     In- 
fantry Club;     Pershing   Rifles;     Accountancy  Club; 
Barbershoppers 


ERNESTO  CURREA-GARCIA Bogota,  Colombia 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
University  of  the  Andes 


DOLORES     RUTH     CURRY Chicago 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
I  vria 
W.A.A.    (2);      House    President    (3);      Marketing 
Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Illinois    State    Normal    University 

LLOYD    WILLIAM    CURRY Dawson 

Engineering 
Agricultural    Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

LEE   EDWIN   CURTISS Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Phi   Gamma   Delta 

Alpha    Phi    Omega;      Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (4); 

Marketing    Club;      Society    for    the    Advancement 

of    Management;      Young    Republicans    Club 


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SUZANNE    ELLETT    CUTHBERT Dayton,    Ohio 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
Kappa   Alpha    Theta 
Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (1,     2);       Campus     Chest 
(2,  3);     Panhellenic  Executive  Council    (3,  4) 

DENNIS   LOUIS    CWIK Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Cagle   Hall 
Honors  Day   (i,  2) 

HARRY    CHRISTIAN    DAHL Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Wright    Junior    College 

ROBERT    DALLEK Brooklyn,     N.Y. 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
History 
Phi    Alpha   Theta 
Honors    Day    (2,   3) 


ARTHUR   LAWRENCE   D'AMBROSIO,   JR. 

Park    Ridge 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi   Kappa 
Basketball      Manager      (2);       Junior     Swimming 
Manager    (3);     Accountancy   Club 


JOAN    MARILYN    DANIELSON Itasca 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha    Xi    Delta 
lllini     Union     Committee     (2);      Y.W.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (2,    3);     W.A.A.    (2,    3) 
Honors  Day   (2,  3) 
Carleton    College 

THOMAS    JOSEPH    D' ARCY Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 

Newman     Hall 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;     A.S.C.E.;   Navy 
Pier    Alumni    Association 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Basketball  Squad, 
Letter    (2);     Varsity   Baseball    Squad 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

WILLIAM    MANLY    DARLINGTON Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
lllini   Campus   Amvets   Post  No.   202;     Navy   Pier 
Alumni  Association;     Rifle  and  Pistol   Club 

Valparaiso    University;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 

JERRY    GREGORY    DASHE Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Phi   Epsilon  Pi 


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CAROLYN    BREHSMER    DAVENPORT 

Cincinnati,    Ohio 
Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Painting 
Busey    Hall 
Society  of  Illustrators;     Lutheran  Student   Founda- 
tion   Student    Council    (1,    2);     Tall    lllini 


GENE    ALAN    DAVENPORT North    Riverside 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art 
Captain,    Army   ROTC;      Phi    Chi    Eta 

Wright    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of  the   University   of   Illinois 


FRANCES     ELIZABETH     DAVIDSON Lansing 

Education 

Elementary   Education 

Kappa    Delta 

The     lllio      (3);       lllini     Union     Committee      (2); 

Y.W.C.A.     Committee      (2,     3);       Campus     Chest 

(2) 

Illinois    State   Normal    University 


JO    ANN    DAVIDSON Monticello 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in    English 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Phi    Kappa   Phi;     Phi   Beta  Kappa;     Alpha    Lambda 
Delta;      lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2,    3) 
Honors     Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


ANNE    LOUISE    DAVIS Cherry   Valley 

Liberal    Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Alpha     Omicron     Pi 
Mortar      Board;        Torch;        Shi-Ai;        Mask      and 
Bauble,  president  (3);     The  lllio   (1);     University 
Theatre  Manager    (1,  2,   3,   4),   General   Manager 
(4);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (1);    Student  Senate 
(4);      Coordination    Committee     (4);      University 
Theatre  Board    (4) 
Honors   Day    (3) 

DONALD    ARLEY    DAVIS Congress    Park 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Alpha    Chi    Rho 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 


FREDERICK    CHARLES    DAVIS,    JR Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Political     Science 
Noble   House 
Young     Democrats    Club;      Little    United    Nations 
(4) 

Northwestern     University;       Navy     Pier     Exten- 
sion  of  the   University   of  Illinois 


FREDERICK    GERALD    DAVIS Moline 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha   Sigma   Phi 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Interfraternity    Council     (1, 
2);     University   Chorus    (3);     Petty   Officer,    First 
Class,    NROTC;     Accountancy   Club 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 

Moline    Community    College 


LEO   JOSEPH    DAVIS Bloomington 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Psi     Chi 
St.    Joseph's    College;     University    of   Notre  Dame 


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RICHARD     FRANKLIN     DAVIS Paris 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Calhoun    Hall 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1 ,     2);       House     Presi- 
dent   (2,    3);     Intramural    Manager;     Accountancy 
Club;     Young    Democrats   Club 


THEODORE    KENNETH    DAVIS Chicago 

Commerce 
Sales   and   Advertising   Management 
Tau    Delta    Phi 
lllini     Union     Committee      (2);       Pershing     Rifles; 
Marketing   Club 


VERNA  GRACE   DAVIS East  St.   Louis 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Lincoln    Avenue   Residence 
Wesley   Foundation   Student  Council    (2,   3) 
Southern    Illinois    University 


WILLIAM   HAROLD  DAVIS Taylorville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Rogers    House 
Accountancy   Club 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


HUGH    MILLER    DAVISON Urbana 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Alpha   Tau    Omega 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (3);     Varsity   Tennis    Squad 
(1,   2) 


WILLIAM   HERBERT   DAY Woodstock 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
Sigma   Alpha   Epsilon 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Interfraternity   Council    (3) 
Honors    Day    {2,    3) 

United    States    Military    Academy 


LUAN    JEANETTE    DCAMP Peorio 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 

Psychology 

University     of    California;       St.     Francis     Hospital 

School    of   Nursing;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of    the 

University   of    Illinois 


CLARK    EVANS    DEAN Hinsdale 

Division    of   Special   Services 
Commerce 
Alpha    Delta    Phi 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Interfraternity    Council    (3); 
House     President     (3);       Freshman     Varsity     Foot- 
ball  Squad 


ROBERT    WILSON    DEERE Pana 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Art   Education 

Granada   Club 

Society     of      Illustrators;       Y.M.C.A.      Committee 

(3,    4);      Military    Ball    Committee     (3);    Second 

Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      Phalanx 


DAN    CLAIRE    DEES Obtong 

Engineering 

Civil     Engineering 

Delta   Upsilon 

1  llini     Union     Committee     (2} ;       House     President 

(4);     Second    Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     A.S.C.E.; 

I.T.E. 


ERNEST     AUGUST     DEGENHARDT Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma   Chi 
Marketing    Club;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 
Illinois   Wesleyan    University 


JOHN     LEWIS    DE  LAURENTI Highland 

Liberal    Arts   and  Sciences 

Political    Science 

Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 

Phi      Delta      Phi;        Captain,      Air      Force      ROTC; 

Arnold     Air     Society;       I  llini     Sportsman's     Club; 

Junior  Bar  Association 


RICHARD    HAROLD    DELLERT Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemical     Engineering 
Sigma     Tau;      Concert     Band     (3,     4);       Football 
Marching    Band    (1,    2,    3,    4);      First    Regimental 
Band    (1,   2);     A.C.S.;     A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors    Day    (2) 


TERRYL    ANN    DE  LONG Waukegan 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Kappa    Delta 
The     Daily      I  llini      (3);       Panhellenic     Executive 
Council    (4);     House  President   (4) 


CLARENCE     WILLIAM     DE  MOSS Champaign 

Commerce 
Commerce   and    Law 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
Sachem;       Skull    and     Crescent;       Tribe    of    lllini; 
Varsity    Football    Squad     (3,    4),    Letter    {3,    4); 
Varsity    Track    Squad    (1,    2),     Letter     (1);      Ac- 
countancy  Club 
Honors    Day    (2) 


BRUCE    RODERICK    DEMPSEY Avon 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Chez    Nous 
Captain,     Army     ROTC;       Scabbard     and     Blade; 
Zeta     Sigma     Alpha;       Agriculture     Club;       Field 
and    Furrow;      Hoof   and    Horn    Club;      Horticulture 
Club 


LAWRENCE     WILLIAM     DE  PAUW. 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy   Club 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


PHIL    RAMON    DE  PROTINE Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 

Sigma  Phi  Delta 
Tau  Beta  Pi;  Sigma  Gamma  Tau,  president 
(4);  Pi  Mu  Epsilon;  Engineering  Council  {1, 
2,  4);  I.A.S.,  president  (1,  2,  4);  Illinois 
Rocket  Society,  president  (4);  S.A.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2f  3);  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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JOHN    WALTER    DEROCHE 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Ensign,    NROTC;      A.S.M.E. 

Illinois     Institute    of    Technology 


.  McHenry 


JUDITH    ANN    DESCH Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    Speech    Correction 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Shi-Ai;       Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       Zeta     Phi     Eta; 
Major     Chairman     Open     Houses     and     Banquets 
Union    Committee     (3);       lllini    Union    Committee 
(2,    3.    4);    University    Theatre    Manager    (1,    2); 
Star  Course  Manager    (2);     Panhellenic   Executive 
Council    (3);     Women's  Glee  Club    (1) 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 


SIDNEY    DESSER     Glencoe 

Journalism 

Radio   and   Television 

Pi    Lambda    Phi 

Sigma    Delta    Chi;      lllini    Union    Committee     {1); 

House     President      (4);       Varsity     Fencing     Squad 

(2,    3,    4) 

Wright    Junior    College 


JUDITH    DETINA     Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    Biology 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

Navy    Pier    Activities:      Pier    lllini    Newspaper; 
Debate   Team 

Wright    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of   the    University   of   Illinois 


JOSEPH    WAYNE    DEVALL Effingham 

Physical     Education 

Physical    Education 
Phi    Kappa   Sigma 
Phi     Epsilon     Kappa;       Second     Lieutenant,     Army 
ROTC 


YVONNA    LUTTRELL    DEVALL Effingham 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Spanish 
Kappa    Delta 
Shorter    Board;      Sigma    Delta    Pi;      The    lllio     {2, 
3,   4),   Associate   Business   Manager;     lllini   Union 
Committee        (3);  Y.W.C.A.        Cabinet        (3); 

Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (2);     Spanish    Club 
Vanderbilt    University 


PATRICK    JOSEPH    DEVLIN Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
lllini     Campus     Am  vets     Post     No.     202;       lllini 
Sportsman's    Club;     Marketing    Club 

Wilson     Junior     College;        Northwestern     Uni- 
versity 


ERNESTINE    ELIZABETH    DEWHIRST Danville 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Spanish 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
Phi     Beta     Kappa;       Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       The 
Daily    lllini    M.    2);      lllini    Union   Committee    (1) 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


AUDREY   JANE   DIAKIW Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Lowry     Lodge 
Omega    Beta   Pi 
Honors   Day  (I  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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MARIAN     LEE    DIAMOND Madison 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Ivria 
lllini    Union   Committee    (1);     Campus   Chest    (2); 
Home  Economics  Club 


RICHARD   SAM   DICK Hammond 

Agriculture 

Agronomy 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


GUST    WILLIAM    DICKETT Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Barton  House 
Accountancy    Club;      Navy    Pier   Alumni    Associa- 
tion 

Chicago   Teachers    College;      Navy   Pier    Exten- 
sion  of   the   University   of   Illinois 


TEDDY     LEE     DICKMAN Meredosia 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Kumonami 
Agriculture     Club;       Field    and     Furrow;      Gamma 
Delta;      Hoof   and    Horn    Club 


JEANNIE    LOUISE    DIETEMANN Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
W.G.S.     Executive     Council     (4);      Terrapin     (1, 
2,    3,    4);     Home    Economics    Club 


EMIL    ERNST    DIEWALD Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 

Newman   Hall 
Phi     Kappa     Epsilon;       Varsity     Wrestling     Squad 
(3,      4);         Lieutenant      Colonel,      Army       ROTC; 
Alpha     Rho     Tau;       Military     Council;       Pershing 
Rifles;     Physical    Education    Majors   Club 

Navy     Pier    Activities:       Varsity     Football     (2)- 
Varsity    Wrestling    (1,    2) 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

FRANK    ANTHONY     DINELLO Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Newman    Hall 

Wichita     University;      Navy    Pier    Extension     of 
the    University    of    Illinois 


KRITON     THEODORE     DINOU Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Kappa     Sigma 
lllini    Sportsman's   Club 
University    of   Wisconsin 


JEAN    ANNE    DINSDALE Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Alpha    Delta    Pi 
Torch;        Alpha       Lambda      Delta;        Phi      Upsilon 
Omicron;      The    lllio    (1,    2,    3),    Junior    Business 
Manager    (3);     University   Chorus    (1,    2);     Home 
Economics    Council    (4);      Home    Economics    Club, 
president    (4) 
Honors   Day    (1,   2) 

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RENEE    DOBKIN     Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Laurel    House 
W.A.A.    (1,    2,    3,    4);      Freshman   Council 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


DAVID    AUGUSTUS    DOETZEL Morrison 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Economics 
Pi    Kappa    Phi 
Alpha     Zeta;      Y.M.C.A.     Committee    (2,     3,    4); 
McKinley     Foundation    Student    Council     (3);     In- 
fantry   Club;      Agricultural    Economics    Club;    Ag- 
ricultural   Club;    Horticulture    Club 
Honors    Day    {1,    2) 


CYNTHIA     BESS     DOLAN Champaign 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi     Beta     Phi 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;      The    lllio    (1,    2);      lllini 
Union    Committee     (1,    2,    3);      Y.W.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (1) 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key    (3) 


SANDRA    ELAINE    DOLGONOS Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Lincoln  Avenue   Residence 
Theta    Sigma    Phi;      The    Daily    lllini     (2,    3,    4); 
Young    Democrats    Club 
Wright    Junior    College 


WALDO    CHARLES    DONAHO  .  . 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
"O"    House 
Floriculture    Club 


ZORA    DEVERA    DORFMAN Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Phi    Sigma   Sigma 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1);       House     President 
(2) 
Honors    Day   (1,   3) 


RICHARD   KENT   DORSCHLER Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Health    Education 
Kappa    Sigma 
Phi  Epsilon   Kappa;     Captain,   Army  ROTC;   Alpha 
Rho    Tau;      Phalanx;      Physical    Education    Majors 
Club 
Honors   Day    (2,    3) 


DONALD    LYMAN    DOTY Winthrop   Harbor 

Engineering 

Aeronautical    Engineering 

Freshman     Varsity     Baseball     Squad;       Freshman 

Varsity   Swimming   Squad;    First   Lieutenant,   Army 

ROTC;     Phalanx;     I.A.S.    [2,   3,   4) 


HENRY    DOUGHERTY,     JR Collinsville 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
Theta    Xi 
Star   Course   Manager    (2);     Student   Senate    (3); 
Oratorio  Society    (1);     Engineering    Council    (4); 
Military    Ball   Committee    (3);    Second    Lieutenant, 
NROTC;        Navy      Council;        Phalanx;        General 
Engineering      Society,      president      (4);       Society 
for    the    Advancement    of    Management 
Honors   Day    (3) 


CLARA    BRECKENRIDGE    DOWNS Urbana 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Gamma   Phi   Beta 
Alpha      Lambda      Delta;        Gamma      Alpha      Chi; 
Theta    Sigma     Phi;      The     lllio    (2);       Home     Eco- 
nomics  Council    (3) 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


HARRY   ANTHONY    DRAGOTTA 

Perth    Amboy,    N.J. 
Division   of  Special    Services 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club 

University    of    Maryland 


DORIS    JEAN     DREW Kenilworth 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Kappa    Alpha    Theta 
Torch;      Shi-Ai;      Gamma    Alpha    Chi;      Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet    [2,    3);     Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1) 


JOAN    DRUCKER Evansville,    Ind. 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Alpha    Epsilon    Phi 
Shorter  Board;     Shi-Ai;     Major  Chairman   Mothers 
Day    I  Mini     Union    Committee     (3);       I  Mini    Union 
Committee     (1);       University    Theatre    Committee 
(1);      Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (1);      House    Presi- 
dent   (3,    4);      Portuguese    Club 


BARBARA     JOAN     DUNBAR Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Delta    Sigma   Theta 
W.A.A.    (3,    4);      Navy    Pier   Alumni    Association 
Navy  Pier  Activities:   University   Choir;   Theatre 
Guild 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ANTANAS  VYTAUTAS  DUNDZILA Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
A.S.M.E.;     Glider  Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 

1 1  linois 


MERLE    KENNETH    DUNN Champaign 

Agriculture 

General    Agriculture 

Tomahawk;      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Wrestling 

Squad     (2),     Letter     (2);      Arnold     Air    Society; 

Pershing    Rifles 


RHODA    LEE    DUNN Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Laurel   House 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta 
Honors    Day    (1,    3) 


JAMES    BARRETT   DUNNE Chicago 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Phi     Kappa      Epsilon;       Varsity     Football     Squad 
(3,    4);      Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC 
Wilson    Junior    College;      Xavier    University 


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VERNA     ROSE    DUSHEK Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Palamar 
Kappa    Delta    Psi;      Alpha     Lambda    Delta;     lllini 
Theatre    Guild     (4);      University    Chorus     (1) 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 

Herzl    Junior    College;     Roosevelt    College 


RICHARD   DAVID   DUVICK Sandwich 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Nabor   House 
House   President    (4);     Men's  Glee   Club    (3,   4); 
Agriculture    Club;      Field    and    Furrow;      Hoof   and 
Horn    Club 
Honors    Day    (2,    3) 


DONALD    ALLEN    DVORAK 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club 

Morton   Junior    College 


.  Berwyn 


THOMAS   WALTER    DYE Springfield 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Political     Science 
Sigma    Alpha    Epsilon 
Board    of    Fraternity    Affairs     (4) ;      Interfraternity 
Council    [3,  4) 


ILMARS    DZENIS    

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Wartburg    College 


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IVA    JEAN     EADIE Carmi 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Vanlig 
Sigma    Alpha    lota,    president   (4);      House    Presi- 
dent   (2,   3);     Concert   Band    (2,   3,   4);     Univer- 
sity   Chorus    (2);      Fine    and    Applied    Arts    Coun- 
cil   (4) 

McKendree    College 


DONALD  FERDINAND  EBARP Rockford 

Division    of  Special    Services 
Sociology 
lllini    Union   Committee    (3);     lllini   Theatre  Guild 
Cast    (3);     Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (2);     University 
Choir   (2,  3);  University  Chorus   (2,  3);  Orchesis 
(3);     Dolphins   (2,   3) 
Rockford  Junior  College 


ROBERT   ECHT    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Tau   Epsilon   Phi 
Omega   Beta  Pi 


GWENDOLYN   TYNER   EDWARDS Champaign 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
English 
Chi     Omega 
The     lllio     (3);       lllini     Union     Committee     (1); 
Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (4) 


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RALPH    JEROME    EDWARDS Windsor 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
College    Hall 
Agriculture   Club;     Field   and    Furrow 
Eastern    Illinois    State    College 

JANE    ANN    EFNER Rosiclore 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
lllini      Union      Committee      (3);       Campus     Chest 
(3) 

Vanderbilt    University 

ARTHUR     LLOYD    EGGERS Jolief 

Engineering 

Engineering    Physics 

Kumonami 

Tomahawk;      Sigma    Tau;      Captain,    Army    ROTC; 

Gamma    Delta;      German    Club;      Physics    Society 

Honors    Day    (2) 

Joliet    Junior    College 


CARL    THEODORE    EHLERS Schenectady,    N.Y. 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Mathematics 

Barton    House 

Tomahawk;     Tribe   of    lllini    (4) ;      Senior    Fencing 

Manager     (4);      Junior    Wrestling    Manager     (3); 

Pershing    Rifles 


MARVIN    WALTER     EHLERS La  Moille 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Phi    Kappa    Psi 
Sigma   Tau;     Illinois   Technograph    (1);     Captain, 
Air    Force    ROTC;      A.S.M.E. 

RAYMOND     CHARLES     EICHENLAUB Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

JUNE  HELEN    EICHLER Highland   Park 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
Sigma    Kappa 
Phi     Chi     Theta;       Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (1,     2); 
W.A.A.    (1,    2) 
Miami    University 

ELEANOR   SUE    EISENSTEIN East   St.    Louis 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Phi   Sigma   Sigma 
University   Theatre    Manager    (2);    Women's   Glee 
Club    (2) 

University    of    Missouri 

ARLINE    DELORES    EKSTEDT Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Palamar 
Phi     Chi     Theta;       Lutheran     Foundation     Student 
Council    (2);     Accountancy  Club 


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KAY    FRANCES    EKSTRAND Peoria 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art   Education 
Alpha    Phi 
Young    Republicans    Club 

KATINA    BARTSOKAS    EKSTROM Springfield 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Painting 
Kappa    Delta 
Society    of    I  Must ra tors;       lllini    Union    Committee 
(3) 

Springfield    Junior    College 

THEODORE    PAUL    ELBERT Chicago 

Journalism 
Radio   and   Television 
Newman   Hall 
WILL    (4};     Gamma  Delta;    lllini   Forensic  Associ- 
ation;     Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

JANE    CHILD    ELIOT Champaign 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Speech 

Chi     Omega 

JAMES    EDWARD    ELLEDGE Danville 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
History 
Graceland    College 

DONALD    WILLIAM    ELLINGSON Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Society  for  the   Advancement   of  Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

JAMES   ROBERT   ELLINGSON Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lonesome    Pine 
Ma -Wan -Da;      Sachem;      M.I.  A.    Executive    Coun- 
cil    (2,     3,     4);       House    President     (3);      Major, 
Army    ROTC;      Scabbard    and    Blade;      Marketing 
Club;      National     Independent    Students    Associa- 
tion,   president    (3,   4) 

CHARLES    ALAN    ELLIOTT Metropolis 

Commerce 
Management 
Pi     Kappa    Alpha 
Marketing    Club;      Society    for    the    Advancement 
of  Management 

JOHN    LARSON    ELLIOTT Thomson 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Economics 

Phi    Sigma    Kappa 

Interfraternity    Council    (2,    3);      House    President 

(3);     Basketball   Manager    (2);     Ensign,    NROTC; 

Navy    Council;      German    Club 


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HOWARD     RONALD     ELLIS Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Chi     Epsilon;      Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC; 
A.S.C.E. 


JON     FRANCIS    ELLIS Penfield 

Agriculture 
Dairy     Technology 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
House    President    (4);      lllini    Rural    Observer    (2, 
3);     Agricultural    Council     (3,    4);      All-Ag    Field 
Day    Committee     (3) ;      Plowboy    Prom    Committee 
(3);     First  Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Phi  Chi   Eta; 
Scabbard    and    Blade;      Agriculture    Club;      Dairy 
Production     Club,     president     (3,    4);      Hoof    and 
Horn    Club 


ROBERT    ARTHUR    ELLIS Waukegan 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Lake   Forest  College 


CHARLES    RICHARD    ENGELHARDT.  .  .  Pickneyville 
Agriculture 
Teacher   Training    in    Agriculture 
Son's    Home 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;     Agricultural    Education    Club; 
Agriculture   Club;     Field   and    Furrow 
Southern    Illinois    University 


ALLEN     CHANNON      ENGERMAN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 

Phi   Sigma   Delta 
lllini   Union  Committee    (1,   2,   3);     Campus  Chest 
(2};      Freshman    Varsity    Football    Squad;      Hi  I  lei 
Foundation    Student   Council    (1);     German    Club; 
Marketing    Club 
Honors    Day    ( 1  } 

De  Paul    University;      University    of    Heidelberg 

PAUL     ENGLER     Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
lllini    Christian    Fellowship    (4);      A.I  .E.E.I.R.E.; 
Physics    Society;      Synton 

Wilson  Junior  College;  University  of  Chicago; 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


RODERICK     ELLIS     Aurora 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi   Gamma   Delta 
The     Daily     lllini     (1);      lllini     Union     Committee 
O);      Y.M.C.A.    Committee   (2) 


THOMAS    ELWELL Red    Bank,    N.J. 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Flying    Club 
Honors    Day    [1  ) 


JOAN    BERNICE    ENDERSON 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Alpha    Phi 
Y.W.C.A.   Committee 
Joliet  Junior  College 


JOSEPH  GEORGE  ENDRES Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Kymo    House 
House    President    (3);      Petty    Officer    First    Class, 
NROTC;     A.C.S.;     A.I.Ch.E. 


HERBERT   MANFRID   ENGDAHL McHenry 

Agriculture 

General      Agriculture 

Sigma    Nu 

lllini   Union   Committee    (3);     Varsity  Golf  Squad 

(3,   4);     Agricultural    Economics   Club;     Hoof  and 

Horn   Club 

Iowa    State    College 


LEROY    FRED    ENGEL Roselle 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Tau   Beta   Pi;     Pi  Tau  Sigma;     A.S.M.E. 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ROBERT    ENGLER     

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General    Engineering 

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Southern     Illinois    University 

SANDRA    LEE    EPSTEIN 

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Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Spanish 

Laurel    House 

W.A.A.    (3,    4);      House    President    (4); 

Spanish 

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WILLIAM    EDWARD    ERICKSON Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Sigma   Alpha    Epsilon 
A.S.M.E.;        Society     for      the      Advancement      of 
Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JANE    ALFREDA    ERICSON .  .North    Easton,    Mass. 
Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
lllini    Christian    Fellowship     (3,    4) 
North   Park   College 


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Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Interfraternity    Council    (2,    3);      lllini    Rural   Ob- 
server    (2);      All-Ag     Field     Day    Committee     (2, 
3);     Interfraternity   Ball  Committee    (2);   Plowboy 
Prom     Committee     (2,     3);       Second     Lieutenant, 
Army   ROTC;     Alpha   Rho  Tau;     Agriculture   Club; 
Hoof  and   Horn   Club 


JAMES   FREDERICK   ERKMAN Carmi 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Landscape  Architecture 
Lundgren    House 
Tomahawk;      Football    Marching    Band    (1,    2,    3, 
4,    5);      First    Regimental     Band    (2,     3,    4,    5); 
Second    Regimental    Band     (1);      McKinley    Foun- 
dation   Student    Council    (2);      Fine   and    Applied 
Arts     Council      (5);       Fine     and     Applied     Arts 
Society;      Landscape    Architecture    Society 


RONALD    RUSSELL   ERWIN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
lllini   Christian   Fellowship    (3,   4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JAMES   GIBSON    ESAREY St.   Joseph 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Wesmen 
House     President      (4);       Agricultural     Education 
Club;     Agriculture  Club 


DONALD    ESAROVE     Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Clark   House 
A.C.S.;      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association;      Prae- 
torians 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CHARLES    ARTHUR    ESSER Arlington    Heights 

Veterinary   Medicine 

Veterinary   Medicine 
Student    Veterinary   Medical    Ass'n 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois;  Central  Y.M.C.A.  College;  Loyola 
University 


RAYMOND    BROOKE   ESSICK Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Phi     Epsilon     Kappa;      Varsity    Swimming    Squad; 
Dolphins    (4) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:   Varsity  Swimming    Letter; 
Varsity   Track    Letter 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


RICHARD    VAUGHN    EVANS Decatur 

Agriculture 
Vocational     Agriculture 
Illinois   State   Normal    University 


SAMUEL     DAVIDSON     EVANS 

Crawfordsville,     Ind. 
Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Honors  Day    (2,  3) 


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WILLIAM    EDSON    EVANS Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma    Phi    Delta 
A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 

Navy      Pier     Activities:        Varsity      Gymnastics 
Squad   (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


WAYNE    FRANKLIN    EWBANK Marshall 

Agriculture 
Vocational     Agriculture 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      Agricultural    Education    Club 
Honors  Day    (1,  2) 


IRWIN    FAHLEN     Markharo 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;      S.A.E. 
Thornton    Junior    College 


RICHARD    DALE     FAIR Belvidere 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Chez   Nous 
Major,    Army    ROTC;      Captain,    Pershing    Rifles; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


KENNETH   EVANS   FAIRBANKS Park  Ridge 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Psi    Upsilon 
Tau      Beta     Pi;       Eta      Kappa     Nu;       Illuminating 
Engineering    Society,    president   (4) 
Honors     Day      (2,     3);       University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 
Kenyon    College 


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Liberal    Arts   and    Sciences 
Political     Science 
Sigma    Alpha    Epsilon 

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Skull      and      Crescent;        Captain,      Army 

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Military    Council 

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JOHN    WILLIAM    FANNING Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering    Physics 
Sigma   Tau;     I.A.S. 


WILLIAM    WARD    FARNSWORTH Oak    Park 

Division  of  Special   Services 
Social    Science 


WAITER    WILLIAM     FASTER Lincoln 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
Beta   Theta   Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Sachem;      Sigma    Tau;      Tau     Beta 
Pi;      Y.M.C.A.,    president     (4);      Y.M.C.A.    Board 
of    Directors    (3,    4);     Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet    (2,    3, 
4);      Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1,    2,    3);    Campus 
Chest    (4);     Campus    Chest    Allocations    and    Ad- 
visory    Board     (4);       Lieutenant     Colonel,     Army 
ROTC;     Scabbard   and  Blade 
Honors  Day    (3) 

WILLIAM   DAVISON   FAUDE Milwaukee,  Wis. 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma    Pi 
Skull     and    Crescent;      Alpha     Kappa     Psi;       I  Mini 
Union   Committee;     Campus  Chest    (3);     Board   of 
Fraternity    Affairs     (3,    4);      Interfraternity    Coun- 
cil  (1,  2,  3,  4);     House  President   (4);     Freshman 
Varsity    Golf    Squad;      Campus    Chest    Allocations 
and     Advisory     Board     (3);       Young     Republicans 
Club 


JOHN    EDWARD    FAVERO Coal   City 

Law 

Law 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;     Junior   Bar  Association 
Honors   Day    (1,    2,    3,    4);     University   of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


VINCENT     RUDOLPH     FEIGENBUTZ 

St.     Louis,    Mo. 
Physical  Education 
Physical  Education 
Sigma   Alpha   Epsilon 
Tribe  of  lllini.  Varsity  Baseball  Squad   (2,  3,  4), 
Letter     (2,    3,    4);      Freshman    Varsity    Baseball 
Squad;     First   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC 


THOMAS  GAR   FELKE Clayton,  Mo. 

Law 
Political     Science 
Phi    Gamma    Delta 
Ma-Wan-Da,   president    (4);    Sachem;     Skull  and 
Crescent;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee     (1);        Interfraternity     Council      (2       3)  ■ 
Student  Senate    (2,  3,  4);   Committee  on  Student 
Affairs    (4);     Campus   Chest  Allocations   and  Ad- 
visory Board    (3,  4),   chairman   (4);     lllini   Board 
of  Control    (3,   4);     Midshipman,   NROTC;     Navy 
Council;      Pershing    Rifles,-      Junior    Bar    Associa- 
tion 
Honors    Day    (1) 

PAUL  JAMES  FELKER Marshfield,  Wis. 

Commerce 
Industrial   Administration 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E.;     Society   for  the  Advancement 
of  Management 

College  of  St.  Thomas;     University  of  Miami 


MARY  JANE   FENNESSEY Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Evans    Hall 
Newman    Foundation   Student   Council    (3,   4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ROY  THOMAS  FENSTERMAKER,  JR Sycamore 

Agriculture 

Animal   Science 

Delta    Upsilon 

Skull   and   Crescent;     Interfraternity   Council    (2); 

Major,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air    Society; 

Agriculture   Club;     Hoof  and   Horn  Club 


CHARLES  ARTHUR   FERGUSON Pittsfield 

Agriculture 

Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 

Kumonami 

Alpha    Rho    Tau;      Agricultural    Education    Club; 

Agriculture     Club;       Field     and     Furrow;       Hoof 

and   Horn   Club 


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DONALD   CHARLES   FERGUSON 

Timmons,    Ontario 
Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Cosmopolitan 
Phi     Eta     Sigma;       Omega     Beta     Pi;       Psi     Chi; 
Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (3,     4);        Interfraternity 
Council     (3) 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Notthwestern    University;      Queen's    University 

MARGARET     PARSONS     FERRY Springfield 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Blackburn    College 


RALPH  JAMES  FESSENDEN .  .San  Francisco,  Calif. 
Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Chi    Psi 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Tribe    of    lllini;     Varsity    Track 
Squad     (1,     2,     3,     4),     Letter     (1,     2,     3,     4). 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors    Day   (1  ) 


JAMES    ALFRED    FIELDS Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren   House 
Accountancy   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ROBERT    CHARLES    FIETSAM... 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lambda    Chi    Alpha 
Honors  Day    (2) 


-Belleville 


NORMAN    LEE    FINLEY Prairie    du    Rocher 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Psi    Upsilon 
House     President     (3,     4);       Intramural     Manager 
(2);  Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;  Zeta  Sigma 
Alpha;       A.S.C.E.;       M.I.S.;       Young     Democrats 
Club 


CHARLES    EARNEST    FINN Gibson    City 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma   Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da;        Sachem;        Skull      and      Crescent; 
Student  Senate   (4);   Football  Manager   (I,   2,  3)- 
Senior   Football    Manager    (4);     Athletic    Council' 
president     (4);        Captain,     Army      ROTC;       Zeta 
Sigma  Alpha;     Marketing   Club 


PATRICIA    ANN    FIREBAUGH Urbana 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Alpha    Xi   Delta 
Shi-Ai;      Major     Chairman     Summer     Registration 
Dance    lllini    Union    Committee    (3);     lllini    Union 
Committee    (1,   2,  4);     Y.M.C.A.   Committee   (2)- 
Campus    Chest    (1,    2);      N.S.A.    Senate    Subcom- 
mittee  (2);     McKinley   Foundation   Student   Coun- 
cil   (1);     Tall    lllini 


DORA  JEAN   FISHEL Tolono 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music     Education     , 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
Sigma    Alpha    lota;      lllini    Union    Committee    (1, 
2);     Star  Course  Manager   (2,   3,  4);     Y.W.C.a! 
Committee    (1);      University   Choir    (1);     Univer- 
sity  Chorus   (4);     Women's  Glee  Club   (2);   Pan- 
hellenic     Ball      Committee      (1);       Entertainment 
Board    (4) 


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HERBERT    MORTON    FISHER Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren    House 
University     Choir     (3);       Oratorio     Society      (3); 
Pershing     Rifles;      Accounting     Club;       Praetorians 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

MORRIS    FISHER     Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren    East 
Accountancy   Club;    Navy   Pier  Alumni   Association 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
1  llinois 

JOSEPH    CASEY    FITZGERALD Lockport 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Political     Science 
Phi    Alpha    Delta;     Tribe   of    lllini;     Varsity   Base- 
ball   Squad     (3,    4),     Letter     (3,    4);    Junior    Bar 
Association 

Illinois    College 

DONNELLY    JOSEPH    FITZPATRICK Ohio 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Alpha    Sigma    Phi 
Student     Senate      (2,     3) ;       Military     Ball     Com- 
mittee   (2);     Agricultural    Economics    Club 

SHEILA   ELIZABETH   FLEMING East  St.    Louis 

Liberal    Arts   and    Sciences 
Zoology 
Phi    tAu 
Shi-Ai;     Terrapin 

NILS     WILLIAM      FLODIN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Flagg    House 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

JOSE    PAULINO    FLOREZ Bogota,     Colombia 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
The   Mansion 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University   of  the  Andes 

GEORGE    LEWIS    FLORMAN Itasca 

Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 

Theta   Delta    Chi 

Alpha    Phi     Omega;       Interfraternity    Council     (3, 

4);      House    President     (4);      Captain,    Air    Force 

ROTC;     Arnold   Air   Society;     Glider  Club;    I.A.S. 

DUANE    WILLIAM    FLORSCHUETZ Paw    Paw 

Agriculture 
Agriculture     Education 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Interfraternity    Council     (2);    Agricultural    Educa- 
tion   Club;     Agriculture    Club 
Western    Illinois    State    College 

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MARY     LEE     FLORSCHUETZ Topeka 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Alpha    Sigma    Tau 
Western    I  llinois   State   College 

MARGARET   ANNE    FLOWERS Elmwood    Park 

Liberal    Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha    Xi    Delta 
Monmouth    College 

CHARLES     HARRY     FOLEY Belleville 

Engineering 
Industrial     Engineering 
Clark    House 
Illinois     Technograph      (3,     4);       lllini     Christian 
Fellowship    (3,    4);      A.F.S.;      A.S.M.E.;      S.A.E.; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Management 
Belleville    Township    Junior    College 

DONALD     RAY     FOLEY Paris- 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Phi    Kappa   Sigma 

HENRY    JAMES    FOLEY Chicago- 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
College   Hall 
The    Daily    lllini     (1,    2};      House    President     (3}; 
Varsity     Golf     Squad      ( 1 ,     2,     3) ;       Alpha     Rho 
Tau;     Accountancy   Club;     A. I. A.;     Spanish   Club; 
Barbershoppers 

JOHN    OSCAR    FOOKS Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Lieutenant,      Army      ROTC;        A.S.C.E.;        Glider 
Club 

ROBERT  WALTER    FORSYTH Carbondole 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
A. I. A. 

Southern    Illinois   University 

AUSTIN     HERBERT     FOSNAUGH Lane 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1);      Marketing    Club 
Honors   Day    ( 2) 

DOROTHY    MAXINE     FOSTER Hinsdale 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Psi    Chi;     lllini    Figure  Skating   Club 
Grinnell    College 


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GEORGE     PETER     FOTOPOULOS Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing    and    Management 
Marketing    Club;     Epsilon    Phi   Sigma 

Wilson  Junior  College;  Loyola  University; 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


EUGENE     CLAYTON     FOX Marengo 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Moore    Hall 
Tomahawk;      House   President    (4);      Captain,    Air 
Force  ROTC 


FARRELL    RANDOLPH    FOX,    JR Kankakee 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Acacia 
Accountancy    Club;       lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post 
No.      202;       Society     for     the     Advancement      of 
Management 
Honors    Day     (1  ) 

University   of    Wisconsin 


MARGARET    MARY    FRANCIS Granite    City 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
4-H    House 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       Omega     Beta     Pi;       The 
lllio    (1) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


THOMAS    FRANK     FRANGOS Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Political     Science 
Spanish  Club 

Wright  Junior   College 


LANO    LOUIS    FRANK Chadwick 

Commerce 
Finance 
Phi   Sigma    Kappa 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1,     3);       Star     Course 
Manager    (I,    2);      Football    Marching    Band     (I, 
2,     3,     4);       Second     Regimental     Band     (1,     2); 
Second     Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;       Finance    Club 


VIRGINIA   MARY   FRANK 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Leeman    Lodge 
House    President     (4) 

llinois    State    Normal    University 


SAMUEL    HOWARD    FRANKEL Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Lundgren    House 
Phi   Kappa   Phi;     Phi   Eta   Sigma;     Marketing   Club 
Honors     Day     (1,    2,     3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


MITCHELL    HENRY    FRANKLIN Chicago 

Commerce 

Finance 

lllini     Theatre     Guild     Cast      (4);       Accountancy 

Club;      Finance    Club;      Marketing    Club;     Society 

for   the    Advancement    of    Management 

Loyola    University;      Northwestern    University 


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LLOYD    LEE    FRAY Monticello 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta    Phi 
Star   and   Scroll;      Interfraternity    Council    (1,    2); 
Men's    Glee    Club     (1,    2,    3);      Major,    Air    Force 
ROTC;      Arnold    Air    Society;      lllini    Sportsman's 
Club;       Marketing     Club;       Society     for     the     Ad- 
vancement   of    Management 


KENNETH    EUGENE    FREDERICK 

Wilkes-Barre,     Pa. 
Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Psi    Chi;     University   Choir   (3);     Oratorio   Society 
(3) 

Syracuse    University 


RENEE     FREEDMAN      Chicago 

Physical     Education 
Physical    Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
W.A.A.    Board    (1);     W.A.A.    Numerals;     W.A.A. 
(1);     Physical   Education  Majors   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 


MICHAEL    IRWIN    FREEMAN Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 
Major  Chairman  House  Publications  lllini  Union 
Committee  (3);  lllini  Union  Council  (3);  lllini 
Union  Committee  (1,  2);  Campus  Chest  (])■ 
House  President  (4);  Captain,  Air  Force  ROTci 
Scabbard    and    Blade 


RICHARD    FRANCIS    FREEMAN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Kappa    Alpha    Psi 
Omega    Beta    Pi 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DEBORAH    FREIDES    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Hilcrest 
House    President    (4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois;      Roosevelt    College 


EUGENE    ROBERT    FRIEDERICH East   Alton 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Landscape   Architecture 
Newman    Hall 
Lieutenant,    NROTC 
St.    Louis    University 


HOWARD    FRIEDMAN    Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical     Engineering 
Praetorians 
lllini      Union     Committee      (4);       German      Club; 
M.I.S.;     Praetorians 

Roosevelt     College;       Wright     Junior     College; 
Navy   Pier   Extension   of  the   University   of   Illinois 


WILLIAM    EDWARD    FRYMIRE Galesburg 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Theta   Chi 

Monmouth  College;  North  Carolina  State  Col- 
lege; Maywood  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


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JAMES    LEO    FUHRMAN Springfield 

Commerce 

Economics 
lllini    Insurance   Society;    Marketing   Club;    Society 
for   the   Advancement   of   Management 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


TORU    FUJII     Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
The    Mansion 
Lutheran      Student      Center      Foundation      Student 
Council    (2);     A.F.S.;     Gamma   Delta 


KEN    KENJI    FUJISATO Honolulu,   Hawaii 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
A. I. A. 

University   of   Hawaii 


CLYDE    MYRON    FULLER 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Southern    Illinois    University 


MAX    VERNON    FULLING Palestine 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Farm     House 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Sachem;       lllini     Union    Committee 
(1,  2,  3.  4);   Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (1,   2,  3,  4) 
Tribe   of   lllini    (4);      Baseball    Manager    (2,    3) 
Senior   Baseball   Manager    (4);    Men's   Glee   Club 
Agricultural   Council    (3),   All-Ag   Field   Day  Com- 
mittee   (1);    Athletic   Council    (4);    Plowboy   Prom 
Committee;       Agriculture    Club,     Hoof    and     Horn 
Club 

JOHN    RONALD    FURMAN Joliet 

Commerce 
Banking    and     Finance 
Newman    Hall 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      Sigma    lota    Epsilon;      lllini 
Insurance     Society;        Marketing      Club;        Society 
for   the   Advancement   of  Marketing 
Joliet  Junior   College 


GAIL    FURNALL Mt.    Vernon 

Liberal    Arts    and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Mortar   Board;     Torch;     Phi    Kappa    Phi;     Phi    Beta 
Kappa;     Alpha   Lambda  Delta;     The   lllio    (1,   2); 
Panhellenic    Executive    Council     (3,    4),    president 
(4) 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

HAROLD    HUGH    GABBY Stronghurst 

Education 
Industrial    Education 
Barristers    Club 
Alpha     Eta     Rho;       Colonel,     Air     Force     ROTC; 
Arnold    Air   Society;      Pershing    Rifles 


WALTER    ELLIS   GABEHART Springfield 

Commerce 

Banking   and   Finance 

Alpha    Chi    Rho 

Alpha      Kappa      Psi;       Commerce     Council      (2); 

Finance    Club;      Society    for    the   Advancement    of 

Management;     Spanish  Club 


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CARL    WILLIAM    GABEL Silver  Spring,    Md. 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Political    Science 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Junior   Bar  As- 
sociation;     Young    Democrats    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


NORMAN    WALTER    GABEL Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Flagg    House 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Omega    Beta    Pi;      lllini    Union 
Committee    (2);     A.C.S.;     German  Club 
Honors    Day     (1,    2) 


GLEN     EDWARD     GAIDES Berwyn 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman    Hall 
Morton    Junior  College 


ROBERT    GEORGE    GAINER Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Star     and      Scroll;       Y.M.C.A.      Committee      ( 1  )  ; 
Interfraternity    Council     (2);      Varsity    Basketball 
Squad    (2);     Freshman   Varsity   Basketball   Squad; 
Accountancy   Club 


JACQUELYN   GALE    Moline 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
Sherwood    Lodge 
The    lllio    (2);      lllini    Union    Committee    (2,    3); 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (3) 
Augustana    College 


JOHN   GREGORY    GALE Crystal    Lake 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Psychology 
Phi   Delta   Theta 
Marketing    Club;      Rifle   and    Pistol    Club;     Society 
for   the    Advancement    of   Management 
Denison     University 


FRANCIS    MICHAEL    GALLAGHER Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Noble    House 
Alpha     Kappa     Psi;       Accountancy     Club;       Navy 
Pier   Alumni    Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ANTON     GAPP     Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;     Pi   Tau  Sigma;     A.S.M.E. 
Honor   Day    (3) 

Wright    Junior    College 


FERNANDO   SCHULKE   GARBRECHT 

Bogota,   Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University     of     Lausanne;       University     of     the 
Andes 


IRA     LEONARD     GARDNER Heyworth 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Star     and     Scroll;      Alpha     Zeta;       Star     Course 
Manager    (2);     Y.M.C.A.    Committee   (1);    House 
President      (3);        lllini      Rural      Observer      (3); 
Agricultural    Council     (2,    3);      All-Ag    Field    Day 
Committee    (2,    3);      Freshman    Week    Committee 
(3);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee    (2,    3);      Agri- 
cultural     Economics      Club;        Agricultural      Club; 
Hoof  and   Horn  Club 
Honors    Day    ( 1  } 

RAYMOND    WALTER    GARLANGER Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Health     Education 
Sigma    Alpha    Epsilon 
Wilson   Junior   College 


CUNEGUNDA    GARMUS    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Science 
Chemistry 
Orchesis    (2);     A.I.Ch.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DON    SCOTT    GARNER Wheaton 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Sigma   Chi 
U.   of  I.   Student   Chapter   American    Recreational 
Society 

Colorado   Agricultural   and  Mechanical   College 


SIDNETTA   MAE    GARRETT Indianapolis,    Ind. 

Fine  and   Applied   Arts 
Music    Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Women's   Glee   Club   (1,    2,    3) 


STEWART    IRWIN    GARTNER 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau    Epsilon    Phi 

University   Theatre   Crew    (1,   2) 


.Chicago 


MARIE    ELEANOR   GARVEY Urbana 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Painting 
Shorter  Board;  Mask  and  Bauble;  Society  of 
Illustrators,  president  (4);  University  Theatre 
Manager  (2,  3,  4);  University  Theatre  Cast 
(3);  University  Chorus  (1);  Women's  Glee 
Club  (1,  2);  Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Council 
(4);     University  Theatre  Board    (4) 


ROBERT     REYNOLDS     GASAWAY Springfield 

Commerce 
Accountancy   and    Finance 
Delta    Tau    Delta 
Skull     and     Crescent;       Phi     Eta     Sigma;       Inter- 
fraternity   Council    (3,   4);    House   President    (4); 
Major,  Army   ROTC;     Infantry  Club;     Accountancy 
Club 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

REMIGIUS  ALGIMANTAS  GASKA Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 

Newman    Hall 
Sigma  Tau;     Tau  Beta  Pi;    A.I.Ch.E. 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Varsity  Basketball  Squad 
(2) 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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CHARLES    ALBERT    GAUEN Waterloo 

Commerce 
Management 
Lambda   Chi    Alpha 
lllini    Union   Committee    (1,   3);     Y.M.C.A.   Com- 
mittee   (3,   4);      lllini    Christian    Fellowship    (3); 
Military     Ball     Committee     (2);      German     Club; 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


CHARLES    GAUTSCHY    Streator 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Phi    Kappa   Tau 
Star    and    Scroll;      Major    Chairman    Pep    Rallies 
lllini   Union  Committee   (4);     lllini  Union  Council 
(4);     lllini   Union   Committee    (1,  2,  3);     Campus 
Chest    (2);      Interfraternity    Council    (1,    2,   3) 


AMELIA   GAZA    Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Evans    Hall 
W.A.A.    (3,  4);     Physical   Education  Majors  Club 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


HAROLD    LOUIS   GEGEL Marissa 

Engineering 
Metallurgical    Engineering 
Alpha    Sigma    Phi 
Skull      and      Crescent;        Scabbard     and      Blade; 
M.I.S. 
Honors    Day     (1,    2) 


LORRAINE     EDITH     GEITTMANN Metropolis 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Evans    Hall 
Shorter    Board;      Torch;      The    Daily    lllini     (1,    2, 
3,   4);     Women's  Glee  Club    (1) 


GEORGE    RONALD    GELLERT Chicago 

Commerce 

Industrial   Administration 

Phi    Sigma    Kappa 

The    lllio    (2);      lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2); 

Accountancy    Club;      A.F.S.;      Young    Republicans 

Club 


CHARLENE     KATHERINE    GEMINN Belleville 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
T    Dorms 
House     President     (4);      First    Regimental     Band 
(1,   2);     Oratorio  Society    (1) 


JOHN   WILLIAM   GEPFORD 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Marketing    Club 


FRANK  KENNETH   GERACE,   JR Oglesby 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Pi   Kappa  Alpha 
Alpha    Delta    Sigma;      Pierrots;     The    Daily    lllini 
(4);     lllini   Theatre   Guild   Cast    (2);     Senior  An- 
nouncements   Committee;     Senior   Ball    Committee 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 

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JOHN    ANTHONY    GERBEL Champaign 

Commerce 

Marketing 
First     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;       Phi     Chi      Eta; 
Scabbard   and    Blade 


CLYDE    EVERETT    GERMAN Nokomis 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
I  Ili-Knights 


LAWRENCE   JACK  GERSKE Chicago 

Division    of   Special    Services 
Economics 
Theta    Xi 
I  Mini     Campus     Am  vets     Post     No.     202;      Society 
for    the    Advancement   of    Management 
Morgan   Park   Junior  College 


HOWARD    GENE    GETZ Morton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Cagle    Hall 
University    Choir    (3,    4);      Men's    Glee    Club     (2, 
3,    4);     Accountancy  Club 
Bradley    University 


GEORGE    LOUIS   GFROERER Oak   Park 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Beta    Theta    Pi 
Sachem;      Skull    and    Crescent;      Phi     Eta    Sigma; 
Scarab;      Tribe    of    lllini     (1,    2,    3,    4);      Varsity 
Swimming    Squad     (1,    2,     3,    4),    Captain     (4), 
Letter     (1,     2,    3,    4);      Dolphins     (1,    2,    3,    4); 
Arnold    Air    Society;      Scabbard    and    Blade 
Honors    Day    (1,3) 


EDWARD    LEO    GHIDOTTI Chicago 

Agriculture 
Food     Technology 
Newman     Hall 
Food   Technology  Association,-     Navy   Pier  Alumni 
Association 

Western     Illinois     State     College;       Navy     Pier 
Extension    of  the    University   of   Illinois 


GRETCHEN   MARY  GIBBONS Palos   Park 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in    English 
polomor 
Mask    and    Bauble;      University    Theatre    Manager 
(2,     3,     4);       Campus     Chest      (2};       University 
Chorus    (3):      WILL    (3,    4);     Spanish    Club 
Gulf   Park   Junior   College 


MARY    JANE    GIBSON Muscatine,    Iowa 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music    Education 
Theta    Upsilon 
Sigma    Alpha     Iota;      Y.W.C.A.     Committee    (3); 
House    President    (4);      Women's    Glee    Club    (1, 
2,    3,    4) 
Honors   Day    (2) 


HUGH    DENNIS    GIERTZ Elgin 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma    Nu 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Interfraternity    Council     ( 1  , 
2);     Freshman   Varsity   Baseball   Squad;     Market- 
ing  Club 


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GORDON   RAY   GILLETTE Bone   Gap 

Education 
Teacher  Training   in   Mathematics 
Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad;     A.S.A.E. 


SANDRA    FERN   GIMPEL Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Evans    Hall 
Teachers-in- Training      Club;        Young      Democrats 
Club 

Wright  Junior   College 


GERALD   JOSEPH  GLANTZ Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


STANFORD    LEE    GLASS Collinsville 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Political      Science 
Zeta    Beta    Tau 
Phi     Eta     Sigma;       Delta     Sigma     Rho;       Student 
Senate    (1,    2,    3,    4),    president    (4);     Committee 
on    Student    Affairs     (2,    3);      Coordination    Com- 
mittee    (2,     3);       Freshman     Council     (1);      Con- 
vocations    Committee     (3);       lllini     Forensic    As- 
sociation;    Varsity    Debater 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 


JO  ANN   ELIZABETH   GLENN OFallon 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Evans   Hall 
Theta    Sigma    Phi;     Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (3,    4); 
Women's     Glee     Club      (2);       Young     Democrats 
Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Belleville    Junior   College 


IRWIN    JUSTIN    GLICKEN Chicago 

Libera!  Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Omega    Beta    Pi 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
II  linois 


LOUIS    GLICKMAN     Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg    House 
M.I. A.      Executive      Council       (4);        Accountancy 
Club;      Navy    Pier   Alumni    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  IMnois 


MAYNARD    WAYNE    GLITMAN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
International    Affairs 
Barton    House 
Honors    Day     (1,     7,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


WALTER    LOUIS    GLITZENSTEIN Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 

Sigma    Phi    Delta 
House   President    (4);     A.S.M.E.;     Illinois   Rocket 
Society;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club;     S.A.E. 

Navy    Pier    Activities:     Varsity    Football    Squad 
(2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  IMnois 


MAURICE    ROTHSCHILD    GLOVER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Pre-Law 
Kappa   Alpha    Psi 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;      Navy    Pier   Alumni    Associa- 
tion 
Honors  Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


THOMAS   CLIFFORD  GOAD  ...  Birmingham,   Mich. 

Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 

Sigma   Chi 

Tau     Beta     Pi;       Pi     Tau     Sigma,     president     (4); 

Sigma    lota    Epsilon;     Star    Course   Manager    (2); 

Ensign,   NROTC;     Scabbard  and   Blade 


EDWARD  DEAN  GODDARD Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
lllini  Union  Committee   (4);     Campus  Chest   (3); 
Major,      Army      ROTC;        Pershing      Rifles;        Ac- 
countancy  Club;     lllini    Campus   Amvets   Post  No. 
202 

Walton  School   of  Commerce 


RICHARD  CHARLES  GOEDEKE Evergreen   Park 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ALAN    HERBERT    GOETTIG Pana 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Phi   Delta   Theta 
Pi    Tau    Sigma;      Freshman    Track    Varsity    Squad 
Honors   Day    (1,   2,   3) 


DONELLA    CULBERSON    GOETTIG Pana 

Commerce 
Secretarial      Training 
Alpha    Chi   Omega 
Y.W.C.A.      Committee       (3);        Panhellenic      Ball 
Committee    (3) 
Wheaton    College 


EILEEN    FRANCES    GOLB Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
E.K.T. 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       Psi     Chi;       lllini     Union 
Committee      (1,     2,     3);       Y.W.C.A.     Committee 
(1);      W.A.A.     (3);      House    President     (3,    4); 
Hillel    Foundation    Student  Council    (1,    2);   Social 
Welfare   Administration    Club 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JERRY    GOLD     Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Music  Education 
Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia;  Chairman,  Composers' 
Forum  lllini  Union  Commitlee  (2);  University 
Theatre  Cast  (3);  University  Sinfonietta  (2,  3); 
University  Orchestra  (1,  2,  3,  4);  University 
Chorus    (2) 


JOAN    LORETTA    GOLD 

Education 
Commercial     Teaching 
Laurel    House 
Freshman    Council 


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NORTON      NATHAN     GOLD... 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Epsilon    Pi 


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JEROME    GOLDBERG     Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy    Pier   Activities:      Student    Congress;      De- 
bate Team 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MYRON     GOLDBLATT     Fairfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Alpha   Epsilon   Pi 
Inferfraternity    Council     (2);      A.F.S.;      A.S.M.E. 


SIMON  GOLDFARB    Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MARTIN     EDWARD     GOLDSTEIN 

University     City,     Mo. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Barton    House 
Illinois     Technograph     (1,     2,     3),     Editor     (3); 
Hillel    Foundation   Student   Council    (3,  4),    presi- 
dent    (4);       Engineering     Council     (3)';     Captain, 
Army    ROTC;     Pershing    Rifles;     A.I.Ch.E.;      Prae- 


DEBORAH    GOLLUB     Kankakee 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Sigma    Delta    Tau 
Alpha   Lambda  Delta;     The  lllio    (1);    lllini   Union 
Committee    (1);     House  President   (2,  3) 
Honors    Day     ( 1  ) 

University    of   California 


ROBERT    WILLIAMS     GOLTERMANN Decatur 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Delta   Chi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (2);      Inferfraternity    Coun- 
cil    (3,    4);      Accountancy    Club;      Student    Junior 
Chamber  of   Commerce;     Marketing    Club 
James    Millikin   University 


ROBERT    MORRIS    GONDRY Westville 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma   Phi   Delta 
Engineering     Council     (3);      Military     Ball     Com- 
mittee     (3);        Major,      Army      ROTC;       A.F.S.; 
A.S.M.E.;      Illi-Knights 


SHELDON    FRED    GOOD Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha    Epsilon    Pi 
Intramural    Manager    (2);     Marketing    Club 
Drake    University 


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JOAN    MARGARET    GOODMILIER Rockford 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Gamma     Alpha     Chi;       Society     of     lllustrotors; 
Lutheran   Student   Association    (1,    2);     Fine   and 
Applied  Arts   Council   (4) 
Honors  Day   (3) 


SUE  BARBARA  GORDON Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln  Avenue   Residence 
Sociology   Club 


CECIL   ANDREW   GOSNELl Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Barton    House 
German    Club 

Illinois  Institute  of  Technology;  Wilson 
Junior  College;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the 
University   of    Illinois 


MARJORIE    ANN    GOWER Centralia 

Journalism 
Radio    and    Television 
Zeta   Tau   Alpha 
The   Daily    I  Mini    (1);     WILL    (4) 


JOHN    MICHAEL    GRABOWSKI Chicago 

Engineering 

Civil    Engineering 

Theta   Kappa   Phi 

Interfraternity   Council    (2);     Second    Lieutenant, 

Army    ROTC;     Tau    Nu    Tau;     A.S.C.E.;      Society 

of  American  Military  Engineers 


LEONARD    BALDWIN    GRAIFF Staunton 

Engineering 
Mecnanical    Engineering 
Newman  Hall 
Sigma   Tau;     Tau    Beta    Pi;     Phi    Eta    Sigma;     Pi 
Tau   Sigma;     A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


MAURICE  DARWIN   GRANT Champaign 

Commerce 
Management 
lllini    Sportsman's    Club;      Society    for    the    Ad- 
vancement of  Management 


RALPH   PIEFFER   GRAUER Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi    Kappa    Sigma 
Campus   Chest   (3);     Interfraternity  Council    (3); 
Track   Manager    (2);     Marketing    Club    (3) 

Morgan    Park    Junior    College;      University    of 
Wisconsin 


RENEE    GRAUER    Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Phi   Sigma   Sigma 
Shi-Ai;     lllini   Union   Committee    (1);     University 
Theatre  Cast  (1);     Orchesis    (2) 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 


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DONALD  JOHN  GRAVES Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Flagg    House 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;     A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day    (1 ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MARVIN   DEAN   GRAVES Princeville 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Phi   Sigma  Kappa 
Sachem;       Skull     and     Crescent; 
Council      (1,      2);       Tribe      of 
Basketball   Squad    (2,  3,  4),  Captain    (4),  Letter 
(2,    4);      Freshman    Varsity    Squad;      Major,    Air 
Force   ROTC 


Interfraternity 
lllini;       Varsity 


DAVID     ROCKWELL     GRAY Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Political    Science 
Minawa    Lodge 
Delta     Sigma     Rho,     president      (4);      Y.M.C.A. 
Board    of    Directors     (4);      Y.M.C.A.    Committee 
(2,    3,    4);      Student    Senate    (2,    3,    4);      lllini 
Christian    Fellowship    (1);      French    Club;      lllini 
Forensic   Association,    president    (4);     Junior    Bar 
Association;     Young   Democrats  Club 
Honors    Day     (3) 


WILLIAM     TYLER     GRAY Wauwatosa,     Wis. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural   Engineering 
Phi   Kappa  Sigma 
Sachem;     Campus    Chest    (1,    2,    3);     First   Lieu- 
tenant,   Army   ROTC 

University  of  Wisconsin 


TERRY    RAY   GREATHOUSE Hindsboro 

Agriculture 
Animal   Science 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (4);    Committee  on  Student 
Affairs     (4);       lllini     Rural     Observer      (2,     3); 
Agricultural     Council      (4);      All-Ag     Field     Day 
Committee    (1,     3);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee 
(3);      Agriculture    Club;      Hoof   and    Horn    Club, 
president    (4) 


GLENN     EVERETT    GREEN Litchfield 

Commerce 

Management 

Accountancy    Club;      lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post 

No.     202;      Marketing     Club;      Society     for    the 

Advancement  of  Management 


MELVYN   LEONARD  GREEN Chicago 

Commerce 

Commerce    and    Law 

Phi   Epsilon   Pi 

Nu   Beta   Epsilon;     First   lieutenant.   Army   ROTC; 

Phi   Chi   Eta,-     Junior  Bar  Association;     Marketing 

Club 


LEWIS  DAVID  GREENBERG Chicago 

Commerce 

Accounting 
Campus    Chest    (3);     Accountancy   Club;    Market- 
ing  Club 


JANE    ELLEN    GREENE Decatur 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music    Education 
McKinley   Hall 
Sigma     Alpha     lota;       Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (2, 
3,    4);      University    Choir    (4);      Women's    Glee 
Club   (1,  2,  3);     Oratorio  Society   (4);   Freshman 
Week   Committee    (4) 


JAMES   WALLACE    GREENLEE Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
French  Club;     Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


TOBY  ANN  GREENMAN Champaign 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Sigma    Delta    Tau 
The  Daily    lllini    (2);     The   lllio    (1,    2);     lllini 
Union     Committee     (1);       Y.W.C.A.     Committee 
(1,   2,    3);     Campus    Chest    (1);     Young    Demo- 
crats Club 


HARVEY   ARNOLD    GREENSTEIN Collinsville 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma  Alpha  Mu 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Sachem;  lllini  Union  Committee 
(1,  2);  Star  Course  Manager  (2);  Campus 
Chest  (2,  3);  Board  of  Fraternity  Affairs  (2, 
3,  4);  Interfraternity  Council  (1,  2,  3,  4); 
House  President  (4);  Interfraternity  Ball  Com- 
mittee   (1);     Marketing   Club 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


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CAROLE   LANOFF  GREIMAN Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Delta   Phi   Epsclon 
Torch;      Shi-Ai;      The    Daily    lllini    (1,    2);      The 
lllio    (1);      lllini    Union   Committee    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RUDOLPH   ERNEST  GREY Chicago 

Engineering 
General   Engineering 
Wright   Junior   College 


GERALD  NELSON  GRIFFITH Casey 

Engineering 
Industrial     Engineering 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 

Eastern    Illinois   State   College 


JAMES  WARREN  GROCHOWS1 Lisle 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Noble  House 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RAE    ELLEN   GROSCH Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Theta    Upsilon 
Phi    Chi   Theta;     Y.W.C.A.    Committee;     W.A.A.; 
Canterbury    Foundation    Student    Council     (2,    3, 
4);      Commerce    Council     (3);      Panhellenic    Ball 
Committee    (3);     Marketing    Club    (4) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


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Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 

Sigma   Phi  Delta 

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A.F.S.;    A.S.M.E.;    S.A.E. 

University  of  Chicago 

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CAROL   JEANNE  GROSS Oak   Park 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Hilcresf 
Roosevelt  University 


RUTH   ELEONOR   GRUENDLING Summit,   N.J. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Evans   Hall 
lllini    Forensic   Association 


ROBERT     TAYLOR     GRUNER Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical     Engineering 
I.A.S.    (2,  3,  4);     Illinois  Rocket  Society   (4) 
Wright  Junior  College 


HOWARD    DEAN    HADLER Rantoul 

Engineering 

Agricultural    Engineering 

Illinois     Technograph     (2,     3,     4);      Engineering 

Council    (3,    4);      First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC; 

A.S.A.E.,   president    (4) 


BETTY   JANE   HADLEY Casey 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music         " 
McKinley  Hall 
Alpha    Chron;      University    Choir    (3);     Women's 
Glee  Club    [2,  3);     Oratorio  Society   (3) 


MARILYN   CHRISTINE   GUSTAFSON 

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W.A.A. 

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Commerce 

Banking  and   Finance 

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WILLIAM     GERALD     HAGEDORN Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 


Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 


ROBERT    JAMES    HAHN Chester 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Chi    Epsilon;     A.S.C.E. 

Southern    Illinois    University,    Washington    Uni- 
versity 


THOMAS   OREGAN    HAIG Ypsilanti,    Mich. 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Tau   Beta   Pi;     Eta   Kappa  Nu 

Case  Institute  of  Technology,  University  of 
California  at  Los  Angeles;  Massachusetts  In- 
stitute  of   Technology 


SAMUEL     HALE     Wheaton 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Political     Science 
Alpha    Delta    Phi 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1); 
Interfraternity   Council    (2);     Junior   Bar  Associa- 
tion;     Young    Republicans    Club 


WAYNE    EDWARD    HALL Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;  Tau  Beta  Pi;  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Phi 
Lambda  Upsilon;  Wesley  Foundation  Student 
Council  (4);  Captain,  Army  ROTC;  A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3);  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JOHN    DAVID    HALLORAN Wood    River 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Phi    Eta   Sigma;     S.A.E. 


JOAN    PEARL    HALPERN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 

English 

T    Dorms 

Hillel    Foundation    Student   Council    (3,    4);    Navy 

Pier  Alumni   Association;     Young    Democrats   Club 

Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MORRIS    DAVID    HALPERIN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Men's   Glee   Club    (3);     Accountancy   Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 


CAROL    LYNN    HALVERSON Highland    Park 

Education 
Elementary    Education 
Alpha    Xi    Delta 
lllini     Union     Committee     (2);       Y.W.C.A.     Com- 
mittee  (2);     Women's   Glee   Club    (2);     McKinley 
Foundation   Student  Council    (2,   3,  4) 
DePauw   University 


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LUTHER    PEARSON    HAMPTON,    JR. 

Etowah,   Tenn. 
Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Berea    College;      University    of    Tennessee;      Ohio 
State   University 


EMILY   ANN    HANAFEE Champaign 

Education 
Education    of    the    Deaf 
Chi    Omega 


PEARL    ANN    HANEBUTT Red    Bud 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics     Education 
Philea 
Alpha      Chron;        lllini      Union      Committee      (2) ; 
W.A.A.     (1,     2,     3,    4};       House     President     (4); 
Lutheran    Foundation   Student   Council    (2);    Plow- 
boy   Prom   Committee   (3);     Gamma   Delta;     Home 
Economics    Club 


DONALD    KEITH    HANES Oregon 

Journalism 
Radio 
Acacia 
lllini   Union   Committee    (1);    Interfraternity  Coun- 
cil     (3) ;       First     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;       Phi 
Chi    Eta;      Scabbard    and    Blade 


ANNETTE     ESTHER    HANKIN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and  Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    English 

Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Mask   and    Bauble;      National   Collegiate    Players; 
University  Theatre  Cast    (1,   2,  3,  4);     WILL    (4); 
Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 

Navy    Pier    Activities:      Theatre    Guild    Director 
(2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DUANE    KEITH    HANLY Urbana 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
Dairy    Production    Club;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club 


HERBERT    FREDERICK    HANN Forest    Park 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineer  ing 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University  of  Dubuque,  Northwestern  Univer- 
sity, Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


VELLO    HANSEN 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Tomahawk;   Seaburg    Foundation   Student   Counci 
A.S.C.E. 

Lyons   Township   Junior  College 


DOUGLAS    KEITH    HANSON Stanford 

Agriculture 
Agricultural   Education 
Illinois    State    Normal    University 


THOMAS    GRAHAM     HAMILTON Evanston 

Commerce 
Personnel     Management 
Phi     Delta     Theta 
Wabash    College 


ALICE    LUCILLE    PRICE    HARE Galesburg 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Busey  Hall 
University     Chorus      ( 1 ,      2)  ■        Rifle     and      Pistol 
Club 
Honors    Day    (3} 


DAVID   EARL   HARGIS Decatur 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
German    Club;      I.A.S.;       Illinois    Rocket    Society; 
Rifle   and    Pistol    Club 


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Commerce 
Accountancy 

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Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

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House    President    (3) 

Honors  Day    (2,  3) 

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Valparaiso    University 

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FREDERICK    HENRY    HARTKE Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Northwestern    University;     Navy   Pier   Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


JAMES   ARTHUR    HARTMAN Hampshire 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 

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Sigma    Nu 

Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Alpha    Rho    Tau;      Rifle 
and    Pistol    Club 

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FREDERICK   DONALD   HARTMANN McHenry 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (1);       Second     Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC;    Agricultural    Economics    Club;    Agri- 
culture   Club;      Dairy    Production    Club 


ROBERT     CHESTER     HARTMANN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Shawnee 
Accountancy   Club;     Society   for  the   Advancement 
of  Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DONALD    KENT   HARRIS Dayton,    Ohio 

Education 

Recreation 
Sigma    Pi 
Varsity  Fencing  Squad    (2,  3);     Freshman  Varsity 
Fencing    Squad    (1);      Physical    Education    Majors 
Club 


JERROL    LEE    HARRIS Peoria 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Tau    Epsilon    Phi 
Interfraternity     Council      (2);       House     President 
(3,    4) 


KENNETH    IRVING   HARRIS Evanston 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Lonesome    Pine 
The  Daily  [Mini    (3,  4);     M.I. A.   Executive  Coun- 
cil   (3);     House   President    (3) 


LORAINE    HARRIS    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training    in   Social   Studies 
"T"    Dorm 
W.A.A.    (1,  3);     Committee  on    Information    (3); 
Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association;       Young     Demo- 
crats 

Loyola   University;     Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the 
University   of   Illinois 


WILLIAM   PAUL    HARRISON Lewistown 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
"O"    House 
Agricultural    Education    Club;      Agriculture    Club; 
Hoof   and    Horn    Club 


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THOMAS    NELSON    HARVEY Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Sigma    Chi 
Skull  and  Crescent;     Phi   Eta  Sigma;     Chi  Epsilon; 
lllini     Union     Committee      (1,     2);       Major,     Air 
Force     ROTC;       Arnold     Air     Society;       A.S.C.E., 
president    (4);      I.T.E. 
Honors   Day    (1,    2,   3) 


FRANK    LOUIS    HARWATH Broadview 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Second       Lieutenant,      Army      ROTC;        A.S.M.E.; 
Rifle  and   Pistol   Club;     S.A.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MAE    HATSUMI    HASEGAWA Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Alpha    House 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


PHYLLIS    ANN    HASSE Fort   Wayne,    Ind. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
Mortar     Board      (4);       Shi-Ai      (2);       Society     of 
Illustrators;       lllini     Theatre    Guild     Manager    (2, 
3);     Star  Course   (1,  2);   Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet   (1); 
Panhellenic    Executive    Council     (3,    4);      Student 
Senate    {2,   3,  4);     Committee  on   Student  Affairs 
(3,    4);      University    Choir    (1);      Campus    Chest 
Allocations    and    Advisory    Board    ( 2) ;      Convoca- 
tions  Committee    (3,   4);     Fine  and   Applied   Arts 
Society 
Honors    Day    (3) 

JOHN       EDWARD      HAUG Elizabeth 

Engineering    , 
General    Engineering 
Student    Religious   Council    (2,   3),    President   (3); 
Lutheran     Foundation     Student     Council      (2,     3); 
Gamma    Delta 

Galesburg      Extension      of     the      University     of 
I  llinois 


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CHARLES   ROBERT   HAUGH Gory,    Ind. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Landscape  Architecture 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Forsite   (3);     Landscape  Architecture  Society 
Honors  Day    (2) 

Gary   College;     Indiana   University 


DONALD    IRA    HAUSMAN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
lllini    Union    Board    (3);     Men's    Glee   Club    UK- 
Accountancy   Club;     Young   Democrats   Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 


EDWARD  HAUTER   Morton 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
lllini   Theatre    Guild    Cast    (4);      Y.M.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (1) 


ADELE    CHARLOTTE     HAVEN Lake    Forest 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Beta    House 
Phi   Upsilon  Omicron,   president    (4);    lllini   Union 
Committee    (2);     Home    Economics    Council     (4); 
Plowboy    Prom    Committee     (1,    2);      Home    Eco- 
nomics  Club 


RALPH  ANDREWS   HAWORTH  .  . 
Journalism 
Advertising 

Thornton    Junior    College 


THOMAS  HOWE   HAYES St.  Petersburg,   Flo. 

Fine   and   Applied   Arts 
Industrial    Design 
Phi    Delta   Theta 
Varsity  Golf  Squad    (2);     Freshman  Varsity  Golf 
Squad;      Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;     Arnold    Air 
Society 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


WILLIAM    LEON    HAYES Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Kappa    Alpha    Psi 

Lincoln     University;       Navy    Pier     Extension     of 
the  University  of  Illinois 


MARJORIE     MATILDA     HEADLEY Macomb 

Agriculture 
General    Home  Economics 
McKinley   Hall 
lllio    (1,    2,    3),    Junior    Business    Manager    (3); 
University    Choir    (1,    2);      Women's    Glee    Club 
(1);    All-Ag   Field  Day  Committee  (2,  3);  Home 
Economics      Council,      president      (3);        Plowboy 
Prom     Committee     (1,     2);      W.G.S.     Ball    Com- 
mittee  (1,   2);     Home   Economics   Club 


EARL   HOMER   HEAL Bunker   Hill 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Captain,    Air   Force   ROTC;     Pershing    Rifles 
Honors  Day    (2) 


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CAROLE  MAE  HEATH Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Ruste  Armes 
Navy     Pier    Alumni     Association;       Spanish    Club 
Navy   Pier  Activities:     Pier   lllini 
Mundelein    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of 
the  University  of   Illinois 


JOYCE    ANN    HEATH LaGrange 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Psychology 

Kappa   Delta 

Psi     Chi;       University     Orchestra     (3);      Women's 

Glee    Club    (3);      Student    Religious    Council     (3) 

Oberlin  College 


VERLAN     WALTER     HEBERER Belleville 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Alpha    Zeta;      Campus    Chest     (2);      Agricultural 
Council     (3,    4) ;      All-Ag     Field    Day    Committee 
(2);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee    (1,    2);      Agri- 
culture    Club;       Field     and     Furrow;       Hoof     and 
Horn    Club;      Horticulture    Club;      Poultry    Science 
Club 
Honors  Day    (1,3) 


DONALD    HERMAN    HEBERLEIN Liberty 

Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Agriculture  Club;     Field   and   Furrow 

Quincy       College;         Western       Illinois       State 
Teachers    College 


RICHARD     STEVE     HECKENKAMP Joliet 

Division   of  Special   Services 
Political   Science 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
The   Daily   lllini    (4) 
Honors   Day  (1,   2,  3) 


THOMAS    IVAN    HEDVIG Chicago 

Engineering 

Electrical   Engineering 

Sigma     Tau;       Tau     Beta     Pi;       Eta     Kappa     Nu; 

Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (3,     4);      A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 

Synton 

Roosevelt      College;        City      College      of      San 
Francisco;     Illinois   Institute  of  Technology 


LESLIE    MORTON    HEFTER Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Pi     Lambda     Phi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (3);      Marketing    Club 


ROBERT    LAURENCE   HEICHER Paxton 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Olivet  Nazarene  College;     North   Park   College 


DONALD    JOSEPH     HEID Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Granada    Club 
Eta    Kappa   Nu,   president    (4);     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day    ( 1  ) 

West   Point   Military   Academy;     Navy   Pier  Ex- 
tension  of  the   University   of    Illinois 


GEORGE    ELROY   HEIDER Milwaukee,   Wis. 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural   Engineering 
A. I. A. 

University   of   Wisconsin 


DONALD    CHARLES   HELMREICH Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Industrial     Design 
Kumonami 
Student     Religious     Council     (3);      Major,    Army 
ROTC;     Ordnance   Club;     Gamma   Delta 
Morgan   Park  Junior  College 

JOHN    DREWS    HENDERSON Springfield 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Architecture 

Sigma   Phi   Epsilon 

Scarab;    Star  Course  Manager   (1,  2,  3);  Campus 

Chest   (2);     Interfraternity  Council    (1,  2,  3,  4); 

A. I. A.;     Illini   Sportsman's   Club 

ALBERT  JOSEPH   HERBST,  JR Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
Beck    House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Illinois   Institute  of  Technology 

FRANK    LEE    HEROLD Springfield 

Commerce 
General    Marketing 
Sigma    Chi 
Illini   Union   Committee    (1,   2);     House  President 
(4);     Marketing    Club 
Honors  Day  (1  ) 

HAROLD    NORDAHL    HERRIED Rockford 

Education 
Social    Science 
The   Daily   Illini    (4);     Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (4); 
Education    Forum    (4);     Gamma   Delta 
Rockford  College 

JANE  ADELE  HERRMANN Rockford 

Commerce 
Commercial   Teaching 
Alpha  Gamma  Delta 
Shi-Ai;      University    Theatre    Manager    (1,    2) 
Honors   Day    (4) 

JANETTE    MARIE    HERRMANN Rockford 

Commerce 
Commercial     Teaching 
Alpha   Gamma    Delta 
Shi-Ai;       University     Theatre     Manager      (1,     2) 
Honors   Day    (4) 

ROBERT   ALLEN   HERSHBARGER Champaign 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Phi   Gamma   Delta 
The  lllio    (1);     Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (1);  Second 
Lieutenant,      Army      ROTC;        National      Defense 
Transportation   Association;   Flying  Club;   Market- 
ing   Club 


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DONALD    JOSEPH     HESSE Alton 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta  Alpha  Psi;     Accountancy   Club 
Honors   Day    (2) 

KENT    WILLIAM    HETFIELD Harvey 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Thornton   Junior   College 

CLARK   EUGENE   HEUER Princeton 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      Gizz    Kidds    Manager    (4); 
Agricultural    Education    Club 

Illinois    State   Normal    University 

JOHN    EDWARD    HEUMANN Belleville 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Noble  House 
Newman       Foundation       Student       Council        (4); 
A.I.Ch.E. 

Belleville   Junior   College 

FRANKLIN    ERNEST    HEURICH Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Lundgren    House 
Alpha     Kappa     Psi;       Second     Lieutenant,     Army 
ROTC;     Illini   Sportsman's   Club;     Marketing    Club 

DELORES  ANN   HICKMAN Joliet 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics     Education 
McKinley    Hall 
Alpha    Lambda   Delta;     Home   Economics   Club 
Honors     Day    (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

WILMA    JUNE    HICKMAN Fairmount 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha    House 
Alpha    Chron;     Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     The    Daily 
Illini      (1,      2);       McKinley     Foundation     Student 
Council    (2);     Home    Economics    Club 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

EDNA    LUCILLE    HIGGINS Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Delta   Sigma   Theta 
House    President     (4) ;      Orchesis     (3) ;      Physical 
Education    Majors   Club 
George  Williams   College 

STUART   ELDON    HIGGS Havana 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineerjng 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


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CHARLES    CALVON    HIGHSMITH Ml.    Vernon 

Engineering 

Electrical   Engineering 

Varsity    Gymnastics    Squad     (3,    4),     Letter     (4); 

Major,     Air     Force     ROTC;       Arnold     Air    Society; 

A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Northwestern    University 


KENNETH    EUGENE    HILGENBRINK Quincy 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 
Quincy    College 


BEVERLY   JEAN    HILL Lockport 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
McKinley    Hall 
Torch;       Alpha     Chron;       I  Mini     Union     Committee 
(2);      Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (2);      Wesley    Foun- 
dation   Student   Council    (2,    3),   president   (4) 


DAVID   BENNETT  HILL,  JR Springfield 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Psychology 
Lambda   Chi  Alpha 
Interfraternity   Council     (2,    3);      House    President 
(3,  4) 


STEPHEN    VAN    HILL Springfield 

Commerce 

Commerce    and    Law 

Alpha    Tau    Omega 

Tribe    of    lllini     (3,    4) ;      Varsity    Tennis    Squad 

(2,    3),     Letter    {2,    3);      Junior    Bar    Association 


(4) 


JOEL    ROBERT    HILLMAN Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Tau    Delta    Phi 
Lieutenant,      Army      ROTC;        National       Defense 
Transportation    Association;      A. I. A. 

University   of   California   at    Los   Angeles;     Uni- 
versity of  Wisconsin 


MILES    LOUIS    HLAVIN 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Granada    Club 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Morton    Junior    College 


ANTHONY     CHARLES     HLINKA Chicago 

Division   of   Special    Services 
Bacteriology 
Varsity    Gymnastics   Squad    (4} 

Herzl  Junior  College;  Chicago  College  of 
Laboratory  Technique;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of 
the    University   of    Illinois 


RALPH    RICHARD    HODGES,    JR Belleville 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Phi    Kappa    Tau 
Illinois    Technograph     {1 ,    2);      First     Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


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GEORGE    VERNON    HOEY Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Paradise    Lost 
Navy    Pier   Alumni    Association;      Physical    Educa- 
tion  Majors   Club;     Young   Democrats   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JUDITH    RAE    HOGGATT Urbana 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Geography 

Kappa    Alpha    Theta 

Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (1,    2);       W.A.A.;      Class 

Secretary     (1);       Freshman     Council;       Freshman 

Week    Committee    (2) 


JOHN    CLINTON    HOJEM Antioch 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Flogg   House 
Second   Regimental   Band    (1,   2};     Captain,   Army 
ROTC;     Ordnance  Club;     A.F.S. 


ELMER    GEORGE    HOLHUBNER. 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Club  Topper 
Southern    Illinois    University 


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HELEN     ELIZABETH     HOLLIDAY 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in    English 
Kappa    Kappa    Gamma 
Denison     University 


RICHARD    ARTHUR    HOLLIS Springfield 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Junior   Bar   Association    (4) 
Springfield    Junior    College 


ROBERT  WILLIAM    HOLLOWAY Sparta 

Agriculture 
Dairy     Technology 
Theta    Xi 
Alpha     Zeta;       House     President     (2,     3) ;       Agri- 
cultural Council    (3,  4};     Agriculture  Club;     Dairy 
Production   Club;     Flying   Club 
Honors    Day    (2,    3) 


DOLORES     JEAN      HOLMES Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Painting 

Kappa  Delta 

Shi-Ai;        Alpha       Lambda      Delta;        Society      of 

Illustrators;       lllini     Union     Committee     (1 ,     2); 

University   Chorus    (1  ) 

Honors    Day     [1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


CAROLYN    HOLMSTRAND    Decatur 

Journalism 
Publication  Management 
Alpha   Xi   Delta 
Gamma  Alpha  Chi;     lllini   Union  Committee    (1); 
Illi-Sota 


JAMES    ROBERT    HOLSTE Mount    Prospect 

Physical     Education 
Physical    Education    and    Recreation 

Alpha  Sigma   Phi 
Phi     Epsilon     Kappa;       Second     Lieutenant,     Army 
ROTC;     Alpha   Rho  Tau;     Pershing   Rifles;   Physical 
Education  Majors  Club;     U.   of  I.  Student  Chapter 
American    Recreational   Society,    president   (5) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Football  Squad 
(2),  Letter  (2);  Host  of  lllini;  Orchesis  (2); 
Varsity  Basketball  Squad  (2);  Honors  Day 
(4) 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 

ARTHUR    LOUIS    HOLTZ Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Flagg    House 
Alpha     Kappa     Psi,     Sigma      lota     Epsilon,     Rho 
Epsilon,      Marketing      Club,      Navy     Pier     Alumni 
Association,     Society     for     the     Advancement     of 
Management 

Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 

RUTH    HOOK    Vienna 

Fine     and     Applied     Arts 

Architecture 

Ruste    Armes 

Alpha   Alpha    Gamma,    president    (4);      Fine    and 

Applied    Arts    Council     (4);      A.I.A.j      Rifle    and 

Pistol    Club 


RUTH      ELAINE      HORTIN Vandalia 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Speech     Correction 
Evans    Hall 
Zeta    Phi    Eta,    president     (4) ;      House    President 
(4) 


BARRY    TOWNSEND    HOUGH La  Grange    Park 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Pi   Kappa   Alpha 
Lyons    Township   Junior   College 


DOROTHY    HOLSTON    HOUSE Nashville 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Phi    Mu 
House    President    (4) 
University   of   Miami 


MARY    INGRID    HOUSE Lincoln 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Delta    Delta    Delta 
Major     Chairman     Service     Dances      lllini     Union 
Committee    (3);     lllini    Union    Council    (3);    lllini 
Union    Committee    (2);     House   President    (4) 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Cottey  Junior   College 


JOHN    BERT    HOYT Highland 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Economics 
Pi    Kappa   Alpha 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Tomahawk;      Alpha    Delta    Sigma; 
The  Daily   lllini    (1,  2,  3,  4),  advertising  director 
(4);       Interfraternity    Council     (3);      Senior    An- 
nouncements  Committee   Chairman;     Senior  Com- 
mittee;     Cadet,    Air    Force    ROTC;       lllini    Sports- 
man's   Club 


EUGENE    LYLE    HUBBARD Decatur 

Engineering 
Physics 
Idleways 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Pi    Mu    Epsilon; 
Physics   Society 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


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PHILIP    FITHIAN   HUDSON Lake    Bluff 

Commerce 
Banking     and     Finance 
Paradise    Lost 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;      Accountancy    Club;      Finance 
Club 


RAY    GUY    HUFFMAN Arlington    Heights 

Commerce 
Personnel     Management 
Schrumpf 
Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad 


DELORES    JEAN    HUGHES Walshville 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Botany 
Evans    Hall 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee     (1);      Student    Senate     (4} 
Honors   Day  (3) 


ROGER     JAMES     HUGHES Chicago 

Division  of  Special  Studies 
Economics 
Chi    Gamma    Iota;      Finance    Club;      lllini    Campus 
Amvets    Post   No.    202;     Spanish   Club 
Honors      Day      (2,      3);        University      of      Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

University  of  Mexico;  Northwestern  University; 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
I  llinois 


RICHARD   MCMILLON   HULL.  .  .Arlington   Heights 
Commerce 
Personnel     Management 
Granada 
Sachem;       Tomahawk;       Phi     Eta     Sigma;       Alpha 
Phi    Omega,    president    (3);    Sigma    lota    Epsilon; 
Concert    Band     (3,    4) ;      Football    Marching    Band 
(1,    2,    3,    4);      First    Regimental     Band     (1,    2); 
lllini     Sportsman's     Club;       Society     for    the    Ad- 
vancement  of   Management 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

GEORGE     BENNETT     HUMPHREY Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Theta    Delta    Chi 
Omega    Beta    Pi;      Interfraternity   Council    {2,   3) ; 
McKinley    Foundation    Student    Council     (2) 


JOSEPH    HUNT     Chicago 

Agriculture 
Animal      Science 
Twin    Estates 
Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club 


RICHARD    WARREN    HURCKES Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Phi    Delta   Theta 
The    llllo     (1);       lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2, 
4);     Second   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Alpha   Rho 
Tau;     Marketing   Club 
Wabash   College 


JOHN     EDWARD     HUTCHINGS Morris 

Agriculture 
Vocational     Agriculture 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Phalanx;     Agri- 
cultural   Education    Club;     Agriculture   Club;    Hoof 
and    Horn    Club 


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HO-CHIEN   HWANG Malang,   Java 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Eureka   College 


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MARTHA    MARY    HYNDS 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Pi    Beta   Phi 
Gamma   Alpha    Chi 

Saint   Mary-of-the-Woods 


PAUL   ABRAHAM    IKHTIARI Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
I.A.S. 

Wright  Junior  College 


MILO    NEIL    ILLICH Riverside 

Agriculture 
Restaurant    Management 
Granada 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;     Pierrots;      lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee    (4) ;     University     Theatre     Manager     (2) ; 
University    Theatre    Cast     (4);      Y.M.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (1,    4);      House    President    (4);      Dolphins 
(4);     McKinley   Foundation   Student  Council    (4); 
lllini    Figure    Skating    Club;      lllini    Forensic    As- 
sociation;     lllini    Sportsman's   Club 


EDWIN  JEROME   IPPOLITO Prospect  Heights 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
A.S.C.E.;     Rifle  and   Pistol   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


VICTOR  EMANUEL   ISAKSEN Chicago 

Fine   and   Applied   Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Tau   Kappa   Epsilon 
Skull   and   Crescent;     Scarab;     Military   Ball   Com- 
mittee   (2,    3,    4);     Major,    Air    Force    ROTC 


JAMES   LYTLE   ISENOGLE Lawrenceville 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Landscape    Architecture 
Chi    Psi 


CHAYIM    ISRAELEVITC    Tel-Aviv,    Israel 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Montefiore  Higher  Technical    Institute 


ROBERT    LAWRENCE    IVERS. Mount   Vernon,    N.Y. 
Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Flagg    House 
Alpha    Phi   Omega;     The   Daily   lllini    (4) 
Honors   Day   (3) 
Pratt   Institute 


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WILLIAM   THOMAS  JACKSON Peorio 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 

Delta    Phi 
Star    and    Scroll;      lllini    Union    Committee     (3); 
House    President    (3);      Football    Marching    Band 
(1,   2);     First  Regimental   Band   (1,   2);     German 
Club 
Honors   Day    (1 ) 

Bradley   University 

MELVIN     JACOBS     Quincy 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Phi    Sigma    Delta 

Alpha  Delta  Sigma;     lllini  Union  Committee   (3); 

Interfraternity    Council    (1,    2);     Marketing    Club 


SHEI LA   JACOBSON    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Spanish 
Laurel   House 
Sigma    Delta    Pi;      Campus    Chest    (1);      W.A.A. 
(1,    2,   3,   4);     Hillel    Foundation   Student   Coun- 
cil;    Spanish    Club;     Portuguese   Club 
University   of   Mexico 


ABRAHAM  JACOBY Tel-Aviv,   Israel 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Los  Angeles   City  College 


DAVID    JACOBY Tel-Aviv,     Israel 

Agriculture 
Food    Technology 
Food   Technology   Association 

University       of       Southern       California;        Los 
Angeles    City    College 


BETH    GREENBERG    JAFFE Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Delta   Phi    Epsilon 
lllini     Union     Committee      (1);       Orchesis      (1); 
lllini    Forensic   Association 


JEROME     LOUIS    JAFFE Sandwich 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Zeta  Beta  Tau 

Campus   Chest    (I);     Tribe   of    lllini;     Intramural 

Manager    (1,    2,    3);     Athletic   Council    (4);     IM 

Rec   Board   (3,   4) 


DANIEL   SHAW   JAMES Institute,    W.   Va. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha    Phi    Alpha 
Captain,    Army    ROTC;     Infantry   Club;     Pershing 
Rifles 


DAVID   ROGER   JAMES Washington,    D.C. 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

Pre- Law 

Alpha    Phi    Omega;     lllini    Forensic   Association; 

Junior  Bar  Association;  Young  Republicans  Club; 

IUSA    Barbershoppers 

United  States  Military  Academy 


ALEXANDER    JANUSHEVICH Erie,    Pa. 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (2,  3,  4);    A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.; 
Russian   Language  Club 

Technische   Hochschule;     Hutchison   Junior   Col- 
lege 


JEANNE   LENORE  JARAEZ Chicago  Heights 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

Bacteriology 

Evans    Hall 

The   lllio    (3,    4);      W.A.A.     (3,    4);      University 

Chorus    (3,   A);      lllini    Christian    Fellowship    (4) 

Thornton    Junior   College 


LEO  JOHN  JASIEN,  JR Cicero 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 

Granada 
Engineering    Council     (4);      Major,    Army    ROTC; 
Military   Council;     A.S.C.E.;     Navy    Pier   Alumni 
Association;     Society  of  American   Military   Engi- 
neers,  president    (3) 

Navy  Pier  Activities:    Varsity  Wrestling  Squad 
(1,  2);    Student  Congress   (1,  2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

EDWARD    JASKOWI AK     Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Wilson    Junior   College 


MILDRED    FRANCES   JEMILO Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Newman     Foundation     Student    Council     (3,    4); 
Illi-Sota 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


PHILIP  WINDER  JENKINS Dayton,   Ohio 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Sigma   Chi 
Phi    Lambda    Upsilon;     A.C.S. 
Honors   Day   (3) 

University    of    Miami;      Washington    University 


HAROLD   LEONARD   JENSEN Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial   Administration 
Phi  Sigma  Kappa 
lllini    Union    Committee     (3);      Ensign,    NROTC; 
A.S.C.E. 


DONALD    RALPH    JESCHKE Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Northwestern   University;     Navy  Pier  Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


LOIS  RUTH  JETT Greenville 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Busey  Hall 
Greenville   College 


JOHN    JOSEPH    JETTON Bloomington 

Fine  and    Applied   Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 


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DIANE   LEE  JOHNSON Riverside 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in  Social   Science 
Alpha  Phi 
Mortar  Board;     Torch;     Shi-Ai;     Phi   Beta   Kappa; 
Alpha    Lambda   Delta;   The  Daily  lllini    (1);    lllini 
Union     Board     Director     (4);      Major    Chairman 
High    School    Circus    lllini    Union    Committee    (3); 
lllini   Union    Council    (2,    3);      lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee  (1,  2);  Y.W.C. A.  Committee   (1);   Alumni 
Association    Board     (1);      Panhellenic    Ball    Com- 
mittee   (3) 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

FRANCES  CLAUSER  JOHNSON Green  Valley 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics    Education 
Price   Club 
Home    Economics    Club 


NORMAN     LENART    JOHNSON Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 

Wilson    Junior    College 


MARILYN     MAE     JOHNSON Rockford 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Oratorio    Society    (3);      lllini    Christian    Fellow- 
ship   (3,    4);      Home    Economics    Club 
North   Park   Junior  College 


PATRICIA    ANN    JOHNSON Monmouth 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Palamar 
Blackburn    College 


ROBERT     LEE     JOHNSON Chicago 

Education 
History 
Kappa    Alpha    Psi 

Navy     Pier    Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ROGER   MARTIN   JOHNSON Rockford 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Alpha  Sigma   Phi 
Alpha  Phi  Omega;    Varsity  Swimming  Squad   (2, 
3,     4);       Freshman     Varsity     Swimming     Squad; 
Dolphins    (2,    3,    4);      lllini    Christian    Fellowship 
(1,   2,   3,   4);     Physical    Education    Majors   Club; 
U.    of    I.    Student   Chapter   American    Recreational 
Society 


RONALD   EARL  JOHNSON Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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DAVID    PAUL    JONES Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Economics 
Alpha    Phi    Alpha 
Interfraternity     Council      (3);       House     President 
(3);      Captain,    Army    ROTC 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JANE   ELLEN   JONES Robinson 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
McKinley    Hall 
Lindenwood    College 


MARILYN    HELEN    JONES Lansing 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music 
Theta    Upsilon 
Major    Chairman     Fine    Arts     I  Mini     Union    Com- 
mittee    (2);       lllini     Union    Committee     (2,     3); 
-W.A.A.    (1,   2,   3,   4);     University  Choir    (2,   3); 
Madrigal    Chorus   (1);     Terrapin    (1,   2,   3,   4) 
MacMurray    College 


SUSANNA     JONES     Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Alpha    Kappa    Alpha 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  Minors 


JEANNE    MARIE    JOSEPHSON Joliet 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

Teacher     Training     in     Social     Studies 

Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

Phi      Kappa      Phi;        Y.W.C.A.      Committee      (3); 

W.A.A.    (I,   2);     Freshman  Week  Committee   (3) 

Joliet  Junior  College 


JOHN     ELI     JUERGENSMEYER Carlinville 

Liberal  Arts   and  Sciences 
Political     Science 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Sachem;      Pierrots,     president     (3);      lllini    Union 
Committee       (I);      University      Theatre      (1,      2); 
Star    Course    Manager     (2,    3);      Y.M.C.A.    Com- 
mittee    (1,     2);       Interfraternity    Council     (1,     2, 
3);      Colonel,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air' So- 
ciety;      lllini     Forensic    Association;       Young     Re- 
publicans  Club 
Honors  Day    (2,    3) 

JACK     JOSEPH     JUSTEN McHenry 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren    House 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;     Alpha  Rho  Tau; 
Accountancy    Club;     Navy    Pier   Alumni    Associa- 
tion 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  Minors 


ROBERT    LYNN    KABEL Champaign 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
Tribe   of    lllini;     Varsity   Track   Squad    (2,    3,    4), 
Letter    (3);      Freshman  Varsity   Track   Squad    (1); 
Lieutenant    Colonel,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Scabbard 
and    Blade;     A.I.Ch.E. 


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RAY   NORTON    KABAKER 

Journalism 

Radio    and     Television 

Tau    Delta    Phi 

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EUGENE    ANTHONY    KADLUB Chicago 

Liberal    Arts  and   Sciences 
Physiology 
Newman    Hall 
Wilson    Junior    College 


STANLEY     CHESTER     KADLUB Chicago 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Veterinary    Medicine 
Newman    Hall 
Student    Veterinary    Medical    Association 

Wilson    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of    the    University    of    Illinois 


FREDERICK  PHILIP  KAEMPFER Northfield 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 

Zeta    Psi 


DOROTHY    MAY    KAGANICH Mount    Olive 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Hilcrest 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;      House    President    (3) 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 


JAMES   HOWARD   KAHLERT,  JR. .  Bronxville,   N.Y. 
Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Phi    Gamma    Delta 
lllini     Union     Committee      (2);       Y.M.C.A.     Com- 
mittee   (2,    3);     Campus   Chest    (2,   3) 


PHILIP    EDWARD    KAHLERT Carlyle 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Phi   Delta   Theta 
Washington     University 


CLARENCE      KOJI      KAMBARA Chicago 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Northwestern    University;     Navy    Pier  Extension 
of  the   University   of   Illinois 


EMILY     GEORGENE     KAMPERT Barrington 

Education 
Elementary    Education 
Evans     Hall 
University    Chorus    (3) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


SUMBAD     MURAD     KANLIAN La  Grange 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Noble    Hall 
Navy     Pier    Alumni     Association;       Spanish    Club 
Lyons     Township    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier 
Extension    of    the    University   of    Illinois 


NORMAN    JOEL    KANTOR Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Psi   Chi;     Navy   Pier  Alumni  Association;     Barber- 
shoppers 

Navy     Pier    Activities:      Student    Congress     (3) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  } 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

MARSHA      SUE      KANZELBAUM Chicago 

Education 
Education    of    the    Deaf 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Mu    lota    Sigma 

tUCIEN    CYRIL    KAPP Decatur 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Beta    Theta    Pi 

HARRIET    KARM     Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

HARVEY    BARRETT    KARPIEL Cicero 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Barton    House 
A.S.M.E.;      S.A.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

RONALD     MARTIN     KARZEN Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau    Epsilon    Phi 
First   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Marketing   Club 

GEORGE    KASPER,    JR Benton 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
Phi    Kappa    Tau 
Agriculture  Club;     Field    and    Furrow 
Southern    Illinois   University 

MARLYN    JANE    KASSON Indianapolis,    Ind. 

Physical     Education 

Physical     Education 
Pi"    Beta    Phi 
Torch;     The    Daily    lllini    (1,    2,    3);      lllini    Union 
Committee      (1);        Y.W.C.A.       Committee       (2); 
W.A.A.    (2,    3,    4);      Terrapin     (1,    2);      Physical 
Education     Majors    Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 

ITOKO    KATAYAMA     Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Wescoga 
Kappa     Delta     Pi,    Alpha     Lambda     Delta,     House 
President    (4) 
Honors    Day    (1,2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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SETSUKO    KATAYAMA     Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Wescoga 
Navy    Pier    Activities:      University    Chorus     (2) 
Honors    Day     (2) 

Chicago     Teachers     College;       Navy     Pier     Ex- 
tension of  the   University  of  Illinois 

RONALD    STUART    KATCH Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma   Alpha   Mu 
Interfraternity    Council     (1,    2);      House    President 
(3);      Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Phi    Chi    Eta;      Ac- 
countancy   Club 

VLADIMIR    KATICH    Chicago 

Commerca 
Foreign      Trade 
Alpha     Kappa    Psi 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

ETHEL     KATSOULIS      Evanston 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Sociology 
Evans    Hall 
W.A.A.     (4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

SARAH    RACHEL    KATZ Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Evans   Hall 

Gamma   Alpha   Chi;     Theta   Sigma   Phi;     Fine   and 

Applied     Arts     Council      (4);       Marketing     Club; 

Young    Democrats    Club 

DOT  ARLEEN   KAUFMAN North   Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Kappa     Delta 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2);     Y.W.C.A.    Com- 
mittee (1  ) ;     N.S.A.   Student  Senate  Subcommittee 
(3,    4);      Junior    Orchesis     (3);      Spanish    Club 

HELEN      LOUISE     KAUSIC Springfield 

Commerce 
Commercial   Teaching 
McKinley    Hall 
Phi    Chi    Theta;      Marketing    Club 
Springfield    Junior    College 

FREDERIC  ALLEN    KAY Lombard 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Sigma    Alpha    Epsilon 
Major,  Air  Force   ROTC;     A. I. A. 

HERBERT      LAURENCE      KAYNE Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Pre-Medicine, 
Navy    Pier    Activities:      Student   Council     (2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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DONALD    ROBERT    KAYSSER Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and    Science 
Geology 
Newman    Hall 
Navy    Pier   Alumni    Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

THADDEUS  ROMAN    KAZMIERCZAK Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Freshman     Varsity    Wrestling     Squad;      A.S.C.E.; 
Fine   and   Applied    Arts    Society 
University   of   Michigan 

JOHN    GANNON    KEARINS Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Mlini    Union    Board    (3);     Men's   Glee   Club    (2); 
Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;      Accountancy 
Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 


EDWARD    DONALD    KEARNS ..  .Toronto,    Ontario 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Mlini   Christian   Fellowship    (4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DAVID   KEENAN    Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club;      Mlini    Campus    Amvets    Post 
No.   202;     Marketing   Club 

ARWALT     PAUL     KEHLE Flossmoor 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;    University   Chorus    (3);    Mlini 
Christian  Fellowship    (3,  4) 
Thornton   Junior   College 

DENIS    KEITH     Champaign 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Design 
Delta   Tau   Delta 
Scarab;     Captain,  Air  Force   ROTC 
Honors   Day    (1 ) 

PAUL  RICHARD  KELPS Broadview 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
First   Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

WALTER   JOHN   KEMPA,   JR Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Mlini    Campus   Amvets   Post   No.    202;     Marketing 
Club 
Honors   Day    (2) 

University  of  Eastern   New   Mexico;     Navy   Pier 
Extension    of  the  University   of    Illinois 

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DARLEEN    FAY    KENNEDY Ziort 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Zeta    Tau   Alpha 
U.   of   I.   Student   Chapter   American   Recreational 
Society 

JOHN   EDWARD   KENNEDY Springfield 

Fine  and   Applied   Arts 
Music 
Oratorio   Society    (3) 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Blackburn    University 

ROBERT  VIX   KENNEDY River  Forest 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha   Chi   Rho 
The     lllio     (1);      Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (2,     3); 
Mlini   Sportsman's  Club;     Rifle  and   Pistol  Club 

ARTHUR      WILFRED      KENNEY Paris 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 

RICHARD  JAY   KENYON Geneva 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Triangle 
Star    and    Scroll;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Eta    Kappa 
Nu;       Pi     Mu     Epsilon;        Interfraternity     Council 
(2);     Captain,  Army   ROTC;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day    (1 ) 

MARILYN    JEAN    KERCHENFAUT Piper   City 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Ruste  Armes 
University     Chorus      (3);       McKinley     Foundation 
Student    Council     (4);      All-Ag    Field    Day    Com- 
mittee   (3);      Home    Economics    Club 
Blackburn   College 

DAN    KERN    La  Harpe 

Agriculture 

Animal     Science 

Browery 

House     President     (4);       Agricultural     Education 

Club;      Agriculture    Club;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club 

EARL    LARSEN    KESLER Urbana 

Commerce 
Management 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1);      Illinois    Technograph 
(3);       lllini     Forensic     Association;       Marketing 
Club;     Society   for   the   Advancement   of  Manage- 
ment;     Young    Republicans    Club 

GERALD      BYRON      KESSLER Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Flagg    House 
Omega   Beta    Pi 

Navy    Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


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DANIEL    MARION    KEUSAL Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 


IOIS   ANNE   KILBURN Battle    Creek,    Mich. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music     Education 
Zeta   Tau  Alpha 
Shi-Ai;      University    Sinfonietta     (3);      University 
Orchestra    [1,   2,   3) 

Western    Michigan    College    of    Education 


KATHRYN     KILE      Homewood 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Kappa    Alpha    Theta 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       lota     Sigma     Pi;       lllini 
Union   Committee    (1);     A.C.S. 
Honors   Day    (1,2) 


PATRICIA    ANNE    KILLEY Decatur 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Chi    Omega 
lllini      Union      Committee      (1);        W.A.A.       (2); 
Women's  Glee  Club    (1) 


ORVILLE    FRED    KIMBALL Sterling 

Engineering 
Metallurgical      Engineering 
Y.M.C.A.     Board     of     Directors     (4);      Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet    (3,    4);     Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (3,    4); 
Football    Marching    Band     (2);      First    Regimental 
Band    (2);     M.I.S. 
Augustana   College 


DAVID    LYLE    KING Plainfield 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Alpha   Phi    Omega;     Alpha   Tau  Alpha;     Agricul- 
tural   Education   Club;    Hoof   and    Horn    Club 


ROGER    WAYNE    KING Quincy 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Pi   Kappa   Phi 
Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air    Society 


JOHN    HOWARD    KIRCHNER North   Pekin 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
German 
Chez    Nous 
Phi    Eta   Sigma;     Delta    Phi    Alpha;    French    Club; 
German   Club,   president    (4);     Russian   Language 
Club;     House   President    (4) 
Honors   Day    (1,   2) 


JOHN    IRA   KITCH,   JR Polos    Park 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    English 
Chi    Psi 
Phi    Beta    Kappa;      Campus    Chest    (1,    2);      WILL 
(1);     Canterbury  Foundation   Student   Council    (2, 
3),   president    (3);    Military   Ball    Committee    (2); 
Colonel,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Air    Force    Council; 
Arnold   Air  Society;     Scabbard    and    Blade 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


DAVID     ALVIN     KJELL Rockford 

Commerce 
Banking     and     Finance 
Minawa    Lodge 
Sigma    lota    Epsilon;     lllini    Christian    Fellowship; 
(3,     4);       Baptist     Foundation     Student     Council 
(3);      Accountancy    Club;      Finance    Club;      Rifle 
and   Pistol    Club 

North   Park   College 


CAESAS    KLAUS    III Eureka 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 

The     lllio     (1,    2);      Freshman    Varsity    Baseball 

Squad;      IM    Rec   Board    (3);     Accountancy   Club; 

Young   Republicans    Club 


JACK    WILLIAM    KLEEMAN Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Newman    Hall 
Phi     Kappa    Phi;      Kappa    Tau    Alpha;      Phi     Eta 
Sigma;      Military    Ball    Committee    (4);      Colonel, 
Army    ROTC;     Alpha    Rho    Tau;      Pershing    Rifles; 
Phalanx 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Pier   lllini 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

Novy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

ALBERT  JOSEPH   KLEIN Blue   Island 

Engineering 
Metallurgical    Engineering 
Sigma    Tau   Gamma 
M.I.S. 

Thornton   Junior   College 


EVA   JOAN    KLEIN Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Laurel    House 
Gamma  Alpha   Chi 


MELVIN   STANLEY   KLEIN Bronx,   N.Y. 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Tau    Delta    Phi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

New    York    City    Queens    College 


JANE    LOUISE   KLITZING Sadorus 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Busey   Hall 
Shorter  Board;     W.A.A.    Board    (2,  3,   4);     Major 
I;       W.A.A.     Numerals      (2);       W.A.A.      (1,     2, 
3,    4);     Physical    Education    Majors    Club,    presi- 
dent   (4) 


ROBERT    LEWIS    KLOSTER Homewood 

Liberal  Arts   and   Science 
Physics 
Moore    Hall 
Men's   Glee   Club    (3,  4) 
Wilson  Junior  College 


GERALDINE   CAROL   KNIGHT Rockford 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Presby    Hall 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee     (1,    2);      W.A.A.     (1,    2, 
3);     University   Chorus    (1,    2) 


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JOANNE     IRENE     KNOCH Naperville 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Kappa    Delta 
Theta    Sigma    Phi;     The   Daily    lllini    (3) 


MARION    RUTH    KNOL Elmwood    Park 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Beta    House 
House   President    (4) 

Navy  Pier   Activities:     Orchesis    (2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DORIS    ANNE    KNOX Morrison 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music     Education 
Presby    Hall 
Mortar  Board;     Torch;     Alpha   Chron;     Phi   Kappa 
Phi;      Pi    Kappa    Lambda;     Alpha    Lambda    Delta; 
University  Choir   {1,   2,   3,   4),  Business  Manager 
(4);     Oratorio   Society    (3,    4);     McKinley    Foun- 
dation   Student   Council   (2,    3,    4) 
Honors  Day    (1,  2,  3) 

JAMES    ESCHER    KNUDSTAD Clayton,   Mo. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Design 
Flagg    House 
Gargoyle;     A. I. A. 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 

Iowa    State    College;      University    of    Missouri 


PETER    FINKLER  KOCH Wilmette 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
Delta   Tau    Delta 
Varsity    Swimming    Squad     (1,    2);      Engineering 
Council    (3) ;      Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Ordnance 
Club;      A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E.;      General    Engineering 
Society;     Young    Republicans   Club 


SUSAN  MARIE  KOCH Highland 

Education 

Elementary     Education 

Gamma    Phi    Beta 

lllini  Union  Committee   (1,  2);  Y.W.C.A.  Cabinet 

(3);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (2);     W.A.A.    (1,  2, 

3,   4);     First   Regimental    Band    (1) 


NORETTA    KOERTGE     Sumner 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Hilcrest 
lota    Sigma    Pi;      House    President     (4);    A.C.S.; 
French   Club;     German   Club;     Spanish   Club 
MacMurray   College 


JACK    YUKIO    KOGA Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
I.A.S. 

San  Mateo  Junior  College 


NED   WILLIAM    KOHN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg    House 
Accountancy   Club 

Roosevelt    College;     Navy    Pier    Extension     of 
the   University   of   Illinois 


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JUOZAS    KONCIUS     Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Newman    Hall 
French    Club;      German    Club 

Springfield      Junior     College;       University     off 
Laval 


JUDITH   ANN    KONNEKER Carlinville 

Commerce 
Education 
4-H    House 
Phi     Chi     Theta;       lllini     Union     Committee     (2); 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1);      W.A.A.    (2,    3,   4); 
Women's  Glee   Club    (1);     Terrapin    {!);     Home 
Economics   Club 


RONALD   DUAN   KONZAK Auroro 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Alpha    Zeta;      Gamma    Sigma    Delta;      Pi    Alpho 
Xi;      Floriculture   Club 

Oklahoma  A  &  M  College 


CARMELITA  EDITH  KONZEN Wood  River 

Agriculture 
Hospital    Dietetics 
Busey   Hall 
Torch;     Phi    Upsilon   Omicron;     Newman    Founda- 
tion    Student     Council      (2);      Home     Economics 
Club 
Honors   Day   (1) 


OLGA    LUSIA-MARIA    KORYBUTIAK 

Zabie,    West   Urkraina 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Concordia 


BILL  HART  KOSANKE Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 

lllini  Insurance  Society;  Marketing  Club 
Navy  Pier  Activities:  Varsity  Letterman 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 

Illinois 


DONALD   ANDREW   KOSS La  Salle 

Fine  and   Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha   Rho   Chi 
Star   and    Scroll;     Gargoyle;     Sigma   Tau,    presi- 
dent   (3);     A. I. A.;     A.S.C.E.;     Fine  and  Applied 
Arts   Society 
Honors    Day    (2) 

La  Salle-Peru-Oglesby   Junior   College 


NORMAN    GEORGE    KOUBA Berwyn 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Kappa   Delta   Rho 
Sigma    Tau;      Chi     Epsilon;      lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee    (1 ,     2);       Interfraternity     Council      (1); 
House  President  (4);  Senior  Announcements  Com- 
mittee    (1 );      A.S.C.E.;      Society     of    American 
Military   Engineers 


JAMES   GEORGE    KOUDELKA Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Morton  Junior  College 


ALAN    KRAMER Oak    Park 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
General   Engineering   Society;      lllini   Sportsman's 
Club;     Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Manage- 
ment 


RAYMOND    MATTHEW    KRAMER Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical   Engineering 
Granada 
I.A.S.;      lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post    No.    202 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Varsity   Football   Squad 
(2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


ARTHUR    SYDNEY    KRAUS Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Parade  Ground  Units 
lllini   Union   Committee    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


MARIANNE   KREILING    Pekin 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Delta    Zeta 
University    Theatre    Committee    (2,    3,   4);     Uni- 
versity Chorus    (1);     Women's  Glee  Club    (1,  2, 
4);    Oratorio  Society    (3);     Lutheran   Foundation 
Student   Council    (2);     Gamma    Delta 


ALLEN  JOHN  KREITZER,  JR Downers  Grove 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Newman    Hall 
Marketing   Club;     Spanish   Club 


ORVILLE  CHARLES  KREMMER Belleville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical  Engineering 
College   Hall 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors   Day    (2) 

Washington  University 


PAUL    FRIESTAD   KRIES Oak   Park 

Engineering 
General   Engineering 
Barrister  Club 
General    Engineering   Society 

Northern      Illinois     State      Teachers      College; 
Illinois   Institute   of  Technology 


GEORGE  NICKOLAS  KRON Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Newman    Hall 
Newman    Foundation   Student    Council    (4);    Ger- 
man  Club 

Loyola   University 


GERALDINE   SHRAMEK   KRUGER Des  Plaines 

Music 
Percussion 
Northwestern   University 


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DORIS    ANN    KRULL Sparta 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 

Evans  Hall 
Mortar  Board;  Phi  Kappa  Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa; 
Alpha  Lambda  Delta;  lota  Sigma  Pi;  Omega 
Beta  Pi;  W.G.S.  Executive  Council  (3);  Second 
Regimental  Band  (1);  Fabriola  Pre-Nursing 
Club;     German   Club 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

LEONARD   WALTER   KSZYCZKOWSKI 

Prairie    View 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club;      lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post 
No.   202 

Herzh  Junior  College;  Wright  Junior  College; 
Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of 
Illinois 


Wilmington 


EMIL  ERNEST  KUBALEK 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Flagg    House 
Alpha  Tau  Alpha;     Military  Ball  Committee   (3) 
Second   Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;     Pershing  Rifles 
Agricultural    Education    Club;      Agriculture    Club 
Field    and    Furrow;      lllini    Sportsman's   Club 


Phi  Kappa  Phi;  Phi  Beta  Kappa;  Alpha 
Lambda  Delta;  The  lllio  (1);  Y.W.C.A.  Com- 
mittee   (1) 

Honors  Day  (1,  2,  3);  University  of  Illinois 
Scholarship   Key    (3) 


EUGENE    CHARLES    KUMPF Pekin 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Beta    Alpha    Psi;      Sigma    Iota 
Epsilon;      Accountancy     Club;      Society     for     the 
Advancement  of  Management 
Honors   Day   (1) 


FRANKLIN  FA-KUN  KUO New  York,  N.Y. 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Wesmen 
Sigma   Tau;     Tau   Beta    Pi;     Phi   Eta   Sigma;     Eta 
Kappa   Nu;     Wesley   Foundation   Student  Council 
(2,   3);     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Chinese  Students  Club 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


ELSIE    ROSE    KUBES 

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Alpha 
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Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Gamma    Delta 
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Agriculture 
Agriculture    Science 
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Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

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JAMES    LOUIS    KURTZ Riverside 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
A.S.M.E.;     llli-Knights 


KENNETH   CHARLES  KURTZ.  .  .  .Wauwatosa,   Wis. 
Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Alpha    Rho    Chi 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     A. I. A. 
University  of  Wisconsin 


Chicago 


DAVID   KURZBAND    

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Pi     Lambda    Phi 
Physical    Education    Majors    Club 
Grinnell    College 


JOHN  WILLIAM   KURZROCK Dixon 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Medea    Lodge 
A.F.S.;        A.S.M.E.;         I.A.S.;         Illinois       Rocket 
Society 


DONALD   HARRY    LACKOWSKI Elmwood   Park 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RICHARD    LEE    LACY Pittsf.eld 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi    Gamma    Delta 
Varsity   Basketball    Squad    (2);    Freshman    Varsity 
Basketball    Squad;    Midshipman,    NROTC;   Market- 
ing   Club 

GERALD    FREDRICKSON    LAHEY Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Phi     Kappa    Sigma 
Skull    and    Crescent;     The    lllio    (1,    2);      Interfra- 
ternity   Council    (1,  2,   3);     Varsity  Tennis   Squad 
(1 ,     2) ;       Major,     Army     ROTC;       Infantry     Club; 
A.S.C.E.;      Rifle    and    Pistol   Club 

ROBERT    EARL    LAHNE Sidell 

Agriculture 
Teacher    Training    in    Agriculture 
Son's     Home 

Alpha      Tau      Alpha;       Agricultural      Education 
Club;     Hoof  and   Horn   Club 

Illinois    State    Normal    University 

WILLIAM    HENRY    LAHRMAN Quincy 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Colonial   Arms 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 
Quincy  College 


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EARL    RICHARD    LAING Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Lambda    Chi    Alpha 

Loyola   University;     Navy   Pier  Extension  of  the 
University  of  Illinois 

JAMES   MANOS    LAMBAKIS Joliet 

Commerce 

Insurance 
Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (3) 

Joliet    Junior    College 

RONALD   GRANT    LAMBERT Granite   City 

Engineering 
Physics 

ROBERT    FREDERICK    LANDOLT Alhambro 

Commerce 
General      Economics 
Midshipman,      NROTC;        Finance      Club;        lllini 
Sportsman's    Club;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 

HOWARD    LEON    LANG Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Zoology 

Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

MARILYN     LANG     Flossmoor 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha    Epsilon    Phi 
lllini   Union   Committee    (2,   3);    Y.W.C.A.   Com- 
mittee   (2);     French   Club 
University  of  Wisconsin 

ARTHUR    LANGAS    Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

VIRGINIA    ANN    LANGE Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music     Education 
Rosewood 
Mu    Phi    Epsilon;     University   Chorus    (2,    4);    Fine 
and  Applied  Arts  Council    (4) 
Honors    Day    (2) 

WILLIAM    HENRY    LANGHOFF Champaign 

Division   of  Special    Services 
Journalism 
Delta   Sigma   Phi 


PEGGY   ELAINE   LA  ROWE Peoria 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 
Music    Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Alpha      Lambda      Delta;        Sigma      Alpha      Iota; 
Oratorio  Society    {2,   3,   4) 
Honors    Day    (3) 
Bradley    University 


JOANNE    LORRAINE    LARSEN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
French 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
French    Club 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois;     Lawrence     College 


JAY    REINHOLD    LARSON Urbana 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Phi    Gamma    Delta 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1);      Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet 
(3);     Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (I,   2,   3);     Football 
Marching    Band     (1,    2);      First    Regimental    Band 
(1,     2);       Petty     Officer     First     Class,     NROTC; 
A.S.M.E. 


RAYMOND   EDWARD    LARSON 

Middletown,    Conn. 
Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Hofstra    College 


DUANE    HUFF    LATTA Sparta 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
El    Patio 
lllini     Union     Committee    (4);      Y.M.C.A.     Com- 
mittee   (3);     House   President    (4);     Captain,   Air 
Force    ROTC;     Arnold    Air   Society;     Accountancy 
Club;      Marketing    Club 


PAUL  DOUGLAS  LATTNER Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Eta    Kappa    Nu;      House    President    (4) 
Millikin  University 


ADEN  JESSE   LAUCHNER Springfield 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha   Rho   Chi 
Gargoyle;      Sigma    Tau 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 
Purdue    University 


JOEL    LAUFER    Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 

Tau    Delta    Phi 

Alpha    Delta    Sigma;      The    Daily    lllini     [1,    2); 

Campus    Chest    (1);      Interfraternity    Council     (2, 

3);   WILL    (2);      Infantry  Club;     Marketing    Club 


DANGIRA    LAUKYS    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Economics 
Fehner's    House 
Mundelein    College 


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IRVIN    RONALD    LAWFER Kent 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Farm    House 
Sachem;       Sigma     Delta     Chi;       The     Daily     lllini 
(1,     2,     3),     Night     Editor     (3);       lllini     Union 
Committee     (1,     2,     3);      House    President     (4); 
lllini     Rural     Observer     (1,     2,     3),     Editor     (3); 
Agiicultural    Council     (2,    3);      All-Ag    Field    Day 
Committee     (3);      Military    Ball    Committee     (3); 
Plowboy    Prom    Committee    (3);    Second    Lieuten- 
ant,   Army    ROTC;      Infantry    Club;      Accountancy 
Club;      Agricultural    Education    Club;      Dairy    Pro- 
duction     Club;        Agriculture     Club;       Field      and 
Furrow;     Hoof  and    Horn    Club 

IVAN    DONALD    LAWFER Kent 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Farm    House 
lllini    Union    Board    (4);     Major   Chairman,    lllini 
Union    Committee     (3);      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1,    2,     3);       University     Choir     (1);       University 
Chorus    (1,     2);       lllini     Rural    Observer     (1,     2); 
All-Ag    Field    Day   Committee    (1,    2);      Freshman 
Week   Committee    (2);     Plowboy   Prom   Committee 
(1,    2,    3);      Major,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Pershing 
Rifles;     Agriculture  Club;     Dairy   Production   Club; 
Field   and   Furrow;     Hoof  and   Horn   Club 

ERNESTINE    VIRGINIA    LAWLER Champaign 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Mortar    Board;     Torch;     Alpha    Chron;      Pi    Kappa 
Lambda;     Alpha   Lambda   Delta;     Mu  Phi   Epsilon, 
president    (4);      Star    Course    Manager    (2);    Uni- 
versity   Choir     (1,     2,    3,    4);      Oratorio    Society 
(3,     4);      McKinley    Foundation    Student    Council 
(2,   3);     School   of  Music  Student  Council    (1) 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

LARRY    LEE    LAWLER Elmhurst 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Star    and     Scroll;       Phi     Eta     Sigma;       Mask     and 
Bauble;       Pierrots;       University    Theatre    Manager 
(1,    2);     Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2) 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 


BARBARA    ELIZABETH    LAWRENCE Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Political    Science 
Delta   Sigma   Theta 
Christian     Science     Organization;       French     Club; 
W.O.R.L.D. 
Honors     Day     (3) 

Chicago   Teachers   College 


RUTH    STEELE    LAWRENCE Chicogo 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
St.    James    Nurses   Training    School;     Navy    Pier 
Extension   of  the  University  of   Illinois 


JOANNE    ESTELLE    LAZZARA Chicago 

Liberal    Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Evans    Hall 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council     (4} 

Barry     College;       Loyola     University;       Rosary 
College 


BONNA   GAIL    LEDERER Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Alpha    Epsilon    Phi 
Gamma  Alpha   Chi;     lllini    Union   Committee    (1); 
Campus   Chest    (1 ) 


BETTY    ANN     LEE Chicago 

Agriculture 

General   Home   Economics 

Theta    Upsilon 

Y.W.C.A.     Committee     (3);      All-Ag     Field     Day 

Committee     (4);      Senior     Ball     Committee      ( 1  )  ; 

Home    Economics    Club 


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LARRY    JOHN    LEE Edwardsville 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Political     Sciences 
Theta   Kappa   Phi 
The   Daily   lllini    (3,   4);     Campus  Chest    (3,   4); 
Interfraternity   Council    (3);    Student   Senate    (4); 
Newman     Foundation    Student    Council     (3);       In- 
fantry Club    (3);   Junior  Bar  Association;     Young 
Democrats  Club 

St.   Mary's   College;     Washington   University 


PHILLIP    CHARLES    LEE Rockford 

Engineering 
General      Engineering 
Triangle 
Phi      Eta      Sigma;       Engineering      Council      (3); 
Captain,   Army   ROTC;     A.I.E.E.-l.R.E. 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 

Massachusetts    Institute   of  Technology 


PAUL    A.    LEETZ Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science  and   Law 
Chi   Psi 

German  Club;     lllini   Forensic  Association;  Junior 

Bar  Association 


LLOYD     ALLEN      LEFFERS Minonk 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural   Engineering 
Gargoyle;     Tau    Beta    Pi;     Phi    Eta    Sigma;     Uni- 
versity  Chorus    (1);     Major,   Army   ROTC;   A. I. A. 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


NORMAN    BARRY   LEFTON St.    Louis,   Mo. 

Engineering 
Industrial     Engineering 
Zeta    Beta    Tau 
Sachem;     Sigma    Tau;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Sigma 
lota     Epsilon;       Major     Chairman     Jazz  U-Like-lt 
lllini     Union    Committee     (2);       Major     Chairman 
Pep    Rallies    lllini    Union    Committee    (3);    lllini 
Union    Council    (2,    3);      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1,    2,    3);      Hi  I  lei    Foundation    Student    Council 
(4);      A.F.S.;      A.S.M.E. 
Honors   Day    (1,3) 

HOWARD    MAX    LEFTWICH Hoopeston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Flagg    House 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;     Football   Marching    Band    (1,   2, 
3,    4);      First    Regimental    Band     (1,    2,    3,    4); 
Praetorians 
Honors    Day    (1,   2,    3) 


THOMAS  LEIGH    Avon 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Granada   Club 
lllini     Rural     Observer     (2);       Agricultural     Eco- 
nomics Club;     Agriculture   Club;     Hoof  and    Horn 
Club;      Marketing    Club 

Galesburg      Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DARRYL   RAY    LEM Calumet  City 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi  Sigma  Delta 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1 ,    2);      House    Presi- 
dent   (3);     Accountancy  Club 
Honors   Day    (2) 


CHARLES  KENNETH   LEMKER Chicago 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;       Agriculture 
Club;     Hoof  and   Horn   Club;     lllini   Forensic  As- 
sociation;     lllini    Sportsman's    Club 


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JOSEPH    MATTHEW    LENART Batavia 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Chemistry 

Barrister's    Club 

Concert    Band     (2,     3,     4) ;      Football     Marching 

Band    (1,    2,   3,   4);     First   Regimental    Band    (1); 

A.C.S.;     llli-Knights 


ROBERT   WESLEY    LEONARD Dixon 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Geology 
Sigma  Pi 
lllini     Theater    Guild     Manager     (2);      Dolphins 
( 1 ,     2) ;       Captain,     Army     ROTC;       Society     of 
American    Military    Engineers 


MICHAEL    JOSEPH    LESH Joliet 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club;     Society  for  the  Advancement 
of  Management 

University  of  Chicago;     DePaul   University 


GEORGE   YAN-CHOK   LEUNG.  .  .Shanghai,   China 
Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Tau     Beta     Pi;       Phi     Eta     Sigma,-       Chi     Epsilon; 
A.S.C.E.;      Chinese    Students    Club 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


EDWARD   M.   LEVIN,  JR Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Newman  Hall 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Alpha  Kappa  Psi;  Sigma  lota 
Epsilon;  lllini  Union  Board  (3,  4);  University 
Theatre  Guild  Cast  (3);  Y.M.C.A.  Committee 
(2,  3);  M.I. A.  Executive  Council  (2,  3,  4); 
Student  Senate  (3,  4);  N.S.A.  Senate  Sub- 
committee (4);  Commerce  Council  (4);  Ac- 
countancy Club;  Rifle  and  Pistol  Club;  Young 
Democrats    Club 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

MAURICE   LEVY Chicago 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 
Freshman    Varisty   Baseball    Squad     (1);    Physical 
Education  Majors  Club 


SHELDON    HILLARD    LEVY Chicago 

Commerce 
Insurance 
Alpha   Epsilon   Pi 
lllini     Union     Committee     (2);      lllini     Insurance 
Society,   President    (4) 


GENE    WALTER    LEWIS Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Psi    Upsilon 
Tau    Beta     Pi;      Pi    Tau    Sigma;      Dolphins     (4); 
A.F.S.;     S.A.E. 
Honors    Day    (3) 

University  of  Chicago 


JOAN    MURIEL    LEWIS Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Phi   Sigma   Sigma 
Panhellenic   Executive   Council    (3);     House  Presi* 
dent   (3) 

Northwestern    University 


JOHN   ROBERT  LEWIS Urbono 

Division   of  Speciol   Services 
Marketing 
Varsity  Golf  Squad   (3);  A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;  Market- 
ing  Club 


WILLIAM    WAYNE    LICHTENBERGER Cormi 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Phi   Kappa  Phi;     Sigma  Tau;     Tau   Beta   Pi;   presi- 
dent (4);     Eta  Kappa   Nu;     Pi   Mu  Epsilon;     Uni- 
versity    Chorus      (2);       Madrigal     Chorus      (1  J.- 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


LOUIS    LIDDI     Berwyn 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Theta   Kappa   Phi 
I  Mini  Union  Committee   (1);   Interfraternity  Coun- 
cil   (2);    Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;     Alpha 
Rho  Tau 


MARVIN    SAMUEL    LIEBERMAN Decatur 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Star    and    Scroll;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Beta    Alpha 
Psi;     Interfraternity  Council    (1,  2,  3);   Freshman 
Varsity  Fencing  Squad;   Accountancy  Club;     I  Hint 
Sportsman's  Club 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

WARREN    SHERWIN    LIEBMAN Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Four   Columns 
Concert    Bond     (1);      Engineering     Council     (2); 
A.S.C.E.,   president    (2) 

Illinois    Institute    of    Technology;      Navy    Pier 
Extension   of  the   University  of   Illinois 


GEORGE    ANTHONY    LIKANDER Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E. 
Honors  Day  (2) 

University    of    Kansas;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of  the  University  of  Illinois 


JOHN   HARRY   LIM Rangoon,   Burma 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Club   Topper 
A.S.C.E.;     Chinese   Student    Club 
Rangoon    University 


SIN-HOA    LIM Singapore,    Malaya 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Honors  Day   (2) 


JOANNE    MARIE    LIMESTALL Harvey 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Palamar 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee    (2);     House  President   (4) 
Mount  Mary  College 


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RICHARD    CLYDE    LINSLEY Urbana 

Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 

Alpha   Delta  Phi 

Varsity  Swimming  Squad    (2);     Freshman  Varsity 

Swimming  Squad   (1);  Dolphins   (1,  2);  Captain, 

Air  Force  ROTC;     A.S.M.E. 


MARVIN   LIPSCHULTZ Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi   Sigma   Delta 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1,     2);      Accountancy 
Club 


MARY  ANN   LITHERLAND Urbana 

Commerce 
Commerce   and    Law 
Pi    Beta  Phi 
Mortar    Board;      Torch;      Shi-Ai;      Beta     Gamma 
Sigma;      Alpha     Lambda    Delta;      The    lllio    (1); 
lllini   Union   Board,   president   (4);     Major  Chair- 
man Spring  Carnival   lllini  Union  Committee  (3); 
lllini    Union    Council    (3,    4);      lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee   (1,    2);     Student  Senate    (4);     Coordina- 
tion   Committee    (4);     Alumni   Association    Board 
(2);      Commerce    Council     (1);     Junior    Bar    As- 
sociation 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

ROGER   DEAN   LITTLE Rantoul 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Men's  Glee  Club   (4);     Second   Lieutenant,   Army 
ROTC 


JACK  WILLIAM   LITTLEMEYER Metropolis 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Calhoun  Hall 
Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;      Accountancy 
Club 


THOMAS    KUAN-HSIEN    LIU Shanghai,    China 

Engineering 
Civil  Engineering 
Roojah 
Sigma   Tau;   Tau   Beta   Pi;   Chi   Epsilon,-   A.S.C.E.; 
Chinese   Students   Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 


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DAVID    HOMER    LIVELY 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Sigma    Kappa 
Lieutenant,    NROTC 
ShurtlefT  College 


DUNCAN    LIVINGSTON    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Clark    House 
Sigma    Tau;      A.I.Ch.E.;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 
Honors  Day  (1 J 


JORGE   HERNAN    LLANOS Buga,   Colombia 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
University   of   the   Andes 


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DONALD   DAVID   LOFF Eveleth,   Minn. 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Northwestern    University;      Eveleth    Junior    Col- 
lege 


ELINOR  CLARE   LUEKING St.   Louis,  Mo. 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
McKinley   Hall 
Alpha    Chron;     Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     The    Daily 
lllini    (4);     Campus   Chest    (1);     W.A.A.    (1,   2, 
3,    4);      Class    Secretary-Treasurer     (4);      Senior 
Announcements  Committee    (4);  Senior  Ball  Com- 
mittee   (4);     German  Club 
Honors   Day   (1  ) 


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KENNETH     RALPH     LOHBAUER Elgin 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma    Nu 
Sigma    Tau;      Pi    Tau    Sigma;      Tennis    Manager 
(2,   3);     A.S.M.E. 


LOIS    CAROL    LONGMIRE Cullom 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Kappa    Delta 
Delta    Omicron 

University     of     Colorado;       Illinois     Wesleyan 
University 


RONALD    STEPHEN    LOPATY Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Tau    Delta    Phi 
The   Daily   lllini    (1);      Interfraternity   Council    (1, 
2);     Marketing    Club 


ROBERT    LORENZEN     Rockford 

Commerce 
Marketing  and   Management 
lllini    Campus   Amvets    Post   No.    202;      lllini    In- 
surance   Society;      Marketing    Club;      Society    for 
the   Advancement   of  Management 


CLARENCE    WAYNE    LOSCH Pittsfield 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
Skull    and    Crescent;     Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet    (1,    2); 
Marketing   Club 


BARBARA    JANE    LOWIS Morrisonville 

Commerce 

Commercial   Teaching 

McKinley  Hall 

Shorter    Board;      Alpha    Chron;      Phi     Chi     Theta, 

president     (4);      W.G.S.    Executive    Council     (3); 

Wesley  Foundation  Student  Council    (2,  3,  4) 


RICHARD    DAVID    LUDERS Lawrenceville 

Engineering 
Physics 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Pi    Mu    Epsilon; 
Physics   Society 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


PAUL   ROBERT   LUEDKE Broadlands 

Agriculture 
General  Agriculture 
Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (3,  4);  lllini  Rural  Ob- 
server (1);  Agriculture  Council  (3);  All-Ag 
Field  Day  Committee  (4);  Military  Ball  Com- 
mittee (2);  Plowboy  Prom  Committee  (3); 
Arnold  Air  Society;  Agriculture  Economics  Club, 
president  (3);  Agriculture  Club;  Dairy  Pro- 
duction Club;  Field  and  Furrow;  Hoof  and  Horn 
Club;  Horticulture  Club;  lllini  Sportsman's 
Club;     Rifle   and    Pistol   Club 


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PAUL  WILLIAM   LUNDQUIST Clinton,   Iowa 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 


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LOUISE    MARJORIE    LURIE Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Delta    Phi    Epsilon 
The   Doily   lllini    (1) 


STELLA    RUTH    LYMAN Chicago 

Commerce 
Personnel    Management 
Stratford    House 
Alpha    Chron;      lllini    Union   Committee    (2);    Uni- 
versity   Theatre    Cast     (1);      Y.W.C.A.     Cabinet 
(4);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (1,   3) 
Honors  Day    (1,   2) 


CHARLENE    AMY    LYNCH Granite   City 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Alpha   Xi    Delta 
Mortar    Board;      Alpha     Lambda    Delta;      Gamma 
Alpha   Chi;     Theta   Sigma   Phi;     Major   Chairman 
Social     Dances      lllini      Union      Committee      (3); 
lllini     Union     Council     (3);      lllini    Union     Com- 
mittee   (1,    2,   3);     Marketing   Club 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 


LOREN   PHILLIP   LYON Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau   Delta   Phi 
lllini   Union   Committee   (1);     Marketing   Club 


DONALD    REID    MACCRIMMON. 
Journalism 
Advertising 

Honors   Day    (2) 


Chicago 


CLARE   SIEWERT  MACKEY Glencoe 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 
Music  Education 
Delta  Gamma 
Pi  Kappa  Lambda;    Alpha  Lambda  Delta;    Sigma 
Alpha     lota;      Y.W.C.A.    Cabinet     (2);      Concert 
Band     (3);      University    Orchestra    (3);      Panhel- 
lenic    Ball    Committee    (2);     French    Club;      lllini 
Figure    Skating    Club;      Young    Democrats    Club; 
Tall    lllini,    president    (3) 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

GUS   LOUIS  MACKRIS St.   Louis,   Mo. 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Phi    Kappa    Tau 
Varsity    Football    Squad    (3,    4) 

University  of  Missouri;     Washington  University 


FRANK   GEORGE    MADONIA Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Phi    Sigma    Kappa 
lllini    Union    Commitlee    (2);     A.S.C.E. 


DONALD    EUGENE    MAGUIRE Franklin 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 


MARY    LEE   MAHIN Keene,    Ky. 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training    in    History 
Hoste   House 
Campus   Chest    (3);     University  Chorus   (3) 
Centre   College;     University   of   Kentucky 


CHARLES    ROBERT    MAHN Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Flagg    House 
Tau   Beta   Pi;     Phi   Eta   Sigma;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day   (1,  2) 


JAMES    ALBERT    MAJER Glenview 

Physical     Education 
Physical     Education 

Delta   Upsilon 
Phi    Epsilon    Kappa;      Infantry    Club;      Lieutenant, 
P.L.C.      Marine;       Semper     Fidelis;        Navy      Pier 
Alumni    Association;     Physical    Education    Maiors 
Club 

Navy    Pier   Activities:     Host   of    lllini    (1,    2); 
Varsity   Football   Squad    (1) 

University    of   Wisconsin,    Navy    Pier    Extension 
of   the   University   of    Illinois 

MARY    MALANTIS     Argo 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Latin 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;      Sigma     Delta     Pi;      The 
Hlio    (1,  2);    Star  Course  Manager   (2);   Spanish 
Club 
Honors   Day    (1,   3) 


JOSEPH  WILLIAM  MALLECK Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical   Engineering 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Varsity    Football    Squad    (1,    2);     Orchesis    (2), 
I.A.S. 


WILLIAM    HENRY   MALLORY Chicago 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      Infantry    Club; 
Flying  Club 


RICHARD   WILLIAM   MALMGREN Rockford 

Agriculture 
Floriculture 
Alpha   Kappa   Lambda 
Pi    Alpha    Xi;      Concert    Band    (1,    2);      Football 
Marching   Band   (1,   2);     Floriculture  Club;     lllini 
Sportsman's  Club 
Honors  Day    (1 ) 


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PATRICK   DANIEL   MALONE Glen    Ellyn 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Beta   Theta    Pi 
Ma-Wan-Da;     Tomahawk;    Sigma    Delta    Chi;    The 
Daily  lllini  (3,  4),  Campus  editor   (4);   Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet    (2);     Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (1);     House 
President    (1);     University  Choir  (1);   Men's  Glee 
Club   (1) 


THEODORE    EDWARD    MALONE Champaign 

Commerce 

Commercial     Teaching 

lllini    Union    Committee    (1);      Accountancy    Club 


CORINNE    MALONEY     Ridgwoy 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Palamar 
Home  Economics   Club 
St.  Mary-of-the-Woods 


FRED   LEE  MANN Novelty,  Mo. 

Agriculture 
Agriculture   Science 
Junior    Bar    Association 


LOREN    CLIFFORD   MANN Kankakee 

Commerce 

insurance 

Zeta   Psi 

Sachem;       Mask     and     Bauble;       Pierrots;       lllini 

Theatre   Guild    Manager   Student   Staff    (1,    2,    3); 

Interfraternity  Council    (2) 


HERBERT    ELMER   MARABLE Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
University  Sinfonietta    (3);     University  Orchestra 
(3,   4);     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


GEORGE   THEADORE    MARASOVICH Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.S.C.E.;      I.T.E.;      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Associa- 
tion 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University    of 
Illinois 


NANCY   ISOBEL  MARCH Decatur 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech    Correction 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
University   Chorus    (3,   4) 
Miami    University 


JOSEPH    MAURICE    MARCHELLO Midlothian 

Liberal   Arts    and    Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Phi  Lambda  Upsilon;    A.I.Ch.E. 


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MARILYN    ESTHER    MARCHOK Elmwood    Park 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Teacher   Training   in    English 
Lincoln   Avenue    Residence 
W.A.A.     (2,    3,    4);    W.G.S.     Council     (2,    4); 
House      President       (4);        Newman       Foundation 
Student     Council      (3);       LAS     Council      (3,     4); 
Spanish    Club 

DePaul    University 


JAMES  PETER  MARCUS Jamestown,  N.Y. 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 


REGINALD    ROMIE    MARI Springfield 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Shawnee 
House  President   (4);     A.S.C.E. 


CHRIST    GUST    MARINAKIS Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta     Alpha     Psi;       Sigma     lota     Epsilon;       Ac- 
countancy  Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 


GEORGE   GUST   MARINAKIS Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Beta     Alpha     Psi;       Sigma     lota     Epsilon;       Ac- 
countancy Club 
Honors  Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


JAMES   ROBERT  MARIS Urban 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Industrial    Education 


MARY  HELEN  MARMION Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
English 


Chi    Omega 
Shorter     Board; 
Board    (3, 


The  lllio  (1);  lllini  Union 
Major  Chairman  Club  Commons 
lllini  Union  Committee  {3);  Major  Chairman 
Noel  Sing  lllini  Union  Committee  (3);  lllini 
Union  Council  (3);  lllini  Union  Committee  (1, 
2,  3);  Star  Course  Manager  (1,  2);  Campus 
Chest  (1,  2);  Student  Senate  (1);  Alumni 
Association  Board  (4);  Campus  Chest  Alloca- 
tions and   Advisory   Board    (3,  4) 

NORMA    LOUISE    MARTIN Utica 

Education 
Education    of    Mentally    Handicapped    Children 
Alpha   Xi   Delta 
lllini  Union  Committee   (3);     Campus  Chest   (2); 
Young    Republicans   Club 

LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior   College 


STANLEY   MARTINEZ     Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking    and    Finance 

Tau  Delta  Phi 
lllini  Union  Committee  (1);  University  Theatre 
Cast  (2);  Interfraternity  Council  (2);  Military 
Ball  Committee  (3);  Major,  Army  ROTC;  Mili- 
tary Council;  National  Defense  Transportation; 
Finance  Club;     Junior  Bar  Association 

University  of  Wisconsin;     Navy   Pier  Extension 
of  the   University   of   Illinois 


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RICHARD     PAUL     MARTSON Chicago 

Engineering 
Civit     Engineering 
Greenforth 
House    President    (4);      Engineering    Council    (3, 
4);     A.S.C.E. 

Wilson  Junior  College 


GILBERT    LAMAR    MARX Sappinglon,    Mo. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Theta    Xi 
Omega    Beta    Pi;     Major    I;     Military    Ball    Com- 
mittee    (3);      Second     Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC; 
Phalanx;     Zeta  Sigma  Alpha;     German  Club 
Honors   Day   {!) 


RUTH   ELEANOR   MASHEK Berwyn 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha   Xi    Delta 
lllini    Union    Committee     (3);      Oratorio    Society 
(3);     Marketing   Club 
Honors  Day   (3) 

Morton    Junior    College 


RAYMOND     ANDREW     MASLANKA Berwyn 

Commerce 
Management 
Theta   Kappa    Phi 
Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Management 
Honors   Day    (1) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


LEONARD   MASON    Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Flagg    House 
Accountancy  Club;   Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Navy     Pier    Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CHRISTINE   MATHEOS Spencerport,   N.Y. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Palamar 
Rifle   and   Pistol    Club 

Stephens  Junior  College;     Roberts  College 


JEANNETTE    MARGARET    MATHEWS Evanston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Torch;     Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1);    Campus  Chest 
(1);     W.A.A.   Numerals;     W.A.A.    (1,   2,  3,  4); 
Cheerleader   (3,   4);     lllini   Forensic  Association; 
Physical   Education  Majors  Club 


RICHARD   EUGENE  MATTESON Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Minawa    Lodge 
North   Park   College 


NELLE  MATTINGLY   Newton 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political    Science 
Gamma   House 
W.A.A. 

Millikin   University 


WAYNE    FRANK    MATUSIAK Chicago    Heights 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Marketing    Club;      Society    for   the    Advancement 
of  Management 


ROBERT   MYRON    MAXEY Budo 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Psi   Upsilon 
Sigma     Tau;      lllini     Union     Committee     {1,    2); 
Campus    Chest,     Business    Manager     (3);      House 
President  (4);   Intramural  Manager  (2);  Military 
Ball    Committee     (2);      A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;      Physics 
Socety;  Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Manage- 
ment;    Young    Republicans   Club 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 


WILLIAM   AVRUM  MAYBROOK Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Zeta    Beta   Tau 
lllini   Union   Committee    (1,   2);     lllini    Insurance 
Society 


SHARLENE   RAE   MAYER St.   Charle 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Alpha  Omicron   Pi 
The  Daily  lllini   (1,  2,  3) 


DONALD   OLIVER   MAYLATH Granite  City 

Journalism 
Radio  and  Television 
Chi   Psi 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Sigma    Delta    Chi;      lllini 
Union  Board   (4);    Major  Chairman  Union  Movies 
lllini    Union    Committee     (3);      Major    Chairman 
Open   Houses   lllini   Union   Committee    (2)-     lllini 
Union    Council    (2,    3);      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1,  2);     Campus  Chest   (1);    Alumni  Association 
Board   (4) 


HARRY  DENEEN   MAYNOR Buffalo,  N.Y. 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

Political  Science 

Sigma   Pi 

First    Lieutenant,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air 

Society;     lllini   Forensic   Association;     Junior   Bar 

Association;     Rifle  and   Pistol   Club 


OZZIE   JOHN   MAZZETTA Northfield 

Fine  and  Applied   Arts 
Industrial  Design 
Evans   Scholars 
House    President    (4);      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity 
Golf  Squad   (3,  4),  Letter   (3,  4) 


GEORGE     McBRIDE     Aledo 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Marketing 
Beta    Theta    Pi 
Skull   and  Crescent;     Track  Manager   (2) 


JOHN   EDWARD  McCABE Chi. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  Speech 
University  Theatre  Guild   Cast   (3,  4) 
Wright  Junior  College 


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JOHN    ANTHONY    McCARTHY Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Alpha  Tau  Omega 
Ma-Wan-Da;    Skull    and    Crescent;    Campus    Chest 
(2,     3,     4),     director     (4);      Freshman    Council; 
Campus    Chest    Allocations    and    Advisory    Board 
(3,   4);     lllini    Figure   Skating    Club;     Marketing 
Club 


JACK  BARCLAY  McCLELLAN Potomac 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 

Chemistry 

Newman   Hall 

Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (3);      Second     Lieutenant, 

Army     ROTC;       Society     of     American     Military 

Engineers;      llli-Knights 


ABRAM    BODINE    McCONNELL Woodstock 

Division  of  Special  Services 
Agriculture 
Delta  Tau   Delta 
Varsity  Swimming  Squad    (1);     Agriculture  Club; 
Field  and  Furrow 


JOHN  WILLIAM  McCONNELL,  JR Woodstock 

Engineering 
Mechanical  Engineering 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
A.S.M.E. 

University  of  New  Mexico 


JAMES    ROBERT   McCOY Blue   Mound 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC;     Alpha  Rho  Tau; 
Agricultural   Economics  Club 


CAROL    JEANNE    McCRADIE Chicago    Heights 

Journalism 
Radio  and  Television 
Alpha   Phi 
Mask  and  Bauble;    Theta  Sigma  Phi;     lllini  Union 
Committee   (2);     University  Theatre  Manager  (2, 
3,  4);    Women's  Glee  Club   (1,  2,  3,  4);     WILL 
(4);     Spanish  Club 
Honors   Day   (3) 


RICHARD  ALLAN   McCREADY 

New    Kensington,    Pa. 
Engineering 
Electrical  Engineering 
Military  Ball  Committee   (3);    Second  Lieutenant, 
Army  ROTC;     Pershing  Rifles;     Phalanx;  A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E.;     A.S.C.E. 


EVELYN     McCREERY     Jacksonville 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Kappa   Alpha    Theta 
Kappa   Delta   Pi;     University  Choir   (2,   3) 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


KENT   LOWELL   McDANIEL Marshall 

Fine    and    Applied   Arts 
Industrial  Design 
llli-Knights 
Sachem;       Y.M.C.A.      Cabinet      (l);       Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (1);      M.I. A.    Executive    Council     (2, 
3);     House   President    (3);     N.S.A.    Senate  Sub- 
committee   (3,  4);     Second   Lieutenant,  Air  Force 
ROTC;      Pershing    Rifles;      llli-Knights,    president 
(3);     lllini   Forensic  Association 


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CHARLES     LEO     McDONOUGH Lisle 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Theta    Delta   Chi 
Sigma    Tau;       Eta     Kappa     Nu;       Pi     Mu     Epsilon,- 
Engineering   Council    (4);     A.  I  .E.E.-I  .R.E. 
Honors   Day  (2,    3) 

University    of   Maryland;     Navy    Pier    Extension 
of    the    University    of    Illinois 


JERRY   ALLAN    McELYEA Flora 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A. I. E.E.-I. R.E. 


BRYCE    HILL    McFADDEN Pontiac 

Division    of  Special   Services 
History 
Sigma    Alpha    Epsilon 
Campus    Chest     (1);      Freshman    Track    Managers- 
French   Club;     Young    Republicans   Club 


WILLIAM    DONALD    McGEE Louisville 

Agriculture 
Vocational     Agriculture 
Acacia 
Alpha      Tau      Alpha;        Y.M.C.A.      Cabinet      (2); 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (2,    3);     Agricultural    Edu- 
cation   Club;      Agriculture    Club 


MARYLOU   McGOWAN Downers  Grove 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 
Delta   Zeta 
Torch;     Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     Alpha   Sigma    Mu; 
Mask  and   Bauble,    president    (2);     National   Col- 
legiate    Players;       Zeta    Phi     Eta;       lllini     Theatre 
Guild     Manager     (3,     4);       lllini     Theatre     Guild 
Cast     (2,    3,    4);      Major    I;      W.A.A.    Numerals; 
W.A.A.    (1,   2,  3,   4);     Women's   Glee  Club    (1); 
Terrapin     (1,     2,     3,     4);       lllini     Theatre     Guild 
Board      (3);       Flying     Club;       Physical     Education 
Majors    Club;      U.    of    I.    Student    Chapter    Ameri- 
can   Recreational    Society 

Honors    Day     (1 ,     2,     3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

MARY    ALICE    MclNNES Evanston 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 

French 

Sherwood   Lodge 

Pi    Delia    Phi;       lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2); 

Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (1);     House  President    (4); 

French  Club;     Spanish   Club 


GERALD    EUGENE    McKAY Grayslake 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Tau   Kappa  Epsilon 
Lieutenant   Colonel,   Army   ROTC;     Military   Coun- 
cil;     Scabbard    and    Blade;      Zeta    Sigma    Alpha; 
Agriculture    Club;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club;      Mili- 
tary  Ball    Committee 


LESTER    HARVEY    McKEEVER,    JR Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Kappa   Alpha    Psi 
Alpha    Psi    Omega;      Accountancy    Club 

Roosevelt     College;       Navy     Pier    Extension     of 
the   University  of   Illinois 


CATO   ALLEN    McKINNIE Murphysboro 

Physical      Education 

Physical      Education 
Omega    Psi    Phi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    [  1  ) ;      Interfraternity    Coun- 
cil    (3,     4);       House     President     (3);       Freshman 
Council;     First   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;    National 
Defense    Transportation    Association 


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CHARLES    McKISSACK     Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Clark    House 
House  President  (3);     Navy  Pier  Alumni  Associa- 
tion;    Physical    Education    Majors   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JAMES   JOSEPH    McMAHON,    JR. .  .  Hoboken,    N.J. 
Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Tau    Beta    Pi;     Eta    Kappa    Nu 

Loyola   of  New  Orleans;   Ohio  State  University 


JACK    DEAN    McMANUS Peoria 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
International    Affairs 


PAUL    MARVIN    McMULLEN Rushville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta  Chi 
lllini     Union     Committee     (2,     3);       Accountancy 
Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 


JAMES    GEORGE    McNERNEY,    JR Springfield 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;     Marketing    Club;     Society   for 
Advancement  of  Management 
Springfield  Junior  College 


ANDREW    CARNIE    McPHERSON,    JR Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Scarab 

Wright  Junior  College 


STEPHEN    EUGENE    McQUILKIN Hennepin 

Veterinary    Medicine 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Farm    House 
lllini   Rural  Observer    (1);   Agriculture  Club;   Hoof 
and    Horn    Club;     Rifle   and    Pistol    Club;     Student 
Veterinary    Medical    Association 


WILLIAM    JOSEPH    MEBES. Baldwin,    N.Y. 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Chi    Epsilon;      Engineering    Council     (4);    Military 
Ball    Committee    (3);     A.S.C.E. 
Honors    Day    {1,    2,    3) 


ALVIN     MEDIN      Chicago 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Omegd    Beta    Pi 
Honors   day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RICHARD    WALDO    MEEKS Champaign 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Phi    Kappa    Psi 
Sachem;      Tomahawk;      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity 
Wrestling  Squad    (2,   4);      Letter    (2);     Freshman 
Varsity    Wrestling    Squad;      lllini    Rural    Observer 
(3);  Major,  Air  Force  ROTC;   Arnold  Air  Society; 
Pershing   Rifles 


SARAH     LOUISE     MEFFORD Robinson 

Agriculture 

Home    Economics     Education 

Gamma    Phi    Beta 

Shi-Ai;     The  lllio  (1,  2);     lllini  Union  Committee 

(1,    2);      Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2);    W.A.A. 

(1);     Agricultural   Council    (1) 


WAYNE    ARTHUR    MEIERHANS Springfield 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Kumonami 
Men's     Glee     Club     (1);       Lutheran     Foundation 
Student     Council      (2,      3,      4),      president      (4); 
Captain,     Air     Force     ROTC;       A. I. A.;       Gamma 
Delta 


ALFONSO  MEJIA Ibague,   Columbia 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
College   Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

National    University    of    Columbia;      University 
of  the   Andes 


ANNE    ELIZABETH    MEIDRUM Jerseyville 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Petite   Maison 
Blackburn    College 


ANTHONY    MELLAS Los    Angeles,    Calif. 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Tau   Beta   Pi;     Eta   Kappa   Nu;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
University  of  California   at   Los  Angeles 


SHIRLEY    KAY    MELMS Hampshire 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
McKinley    Hall 
Second   Regimental    Band    (3,    4);     Wesley    Foun- 
dation   Student   Council    (4) 


JOSEPH    ANTHONY    MELONE.  ..  Chicago    Heights 
Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineeering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DAVE    ALLEN    MERSBACH Oak    Park 

Commerce 
Management 
Chi    Phi 

Skull  and  Crescent;  Tribe  of  lllini;  Varsity 
Swimming  Squad  (1,  2,  3,  4),  Letter  (2,  3); 
Football  Manager  (2,  3);  Junior  Football 
Manager  (3);  Dolphins  (1,  2,  3,  4);  Major, 
Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air   Society 


MARY    MERZ     Salem 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Pi   Beta  Phi 
Marketing    Club 

Indiana    University;     James   Millikin    University 


JAMES   RICHARD   MEYER Manito 

Veterinary    Medicine 

Veterinary  Medicine 
flli-Dell 
Alpha  Zeta;  Phi  Eta  Sigma;  lllini  Rural  Ob- 
server (1,  2);  Agriculture  Club;  Dairy  Pro- 
duction Club;  Field  and  Furrow;  Hoof  and 
Horn  Club;  Student  Veterinary  Medical  Associ- 
ation 

Honors    Day     (I,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

MARLIN    HENRY   MEYER Crescent   City 

Agriculture 
Teacher     Training 
Lookout  Manor 
Alpha   Tau   Alpha 

Illinois    State    Normal    University 


MARION   DOUGLAS  MEYERS Rushville 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha   Chi   Sigma 
Phi    Eta    Sigma 
Honors    Day    (1,2) 


DONALD   RAYMOND   MICHAELIS Woodstock 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha    Rho   Chi 
A. I. A. 


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GONNIE    MICHAELOFF Granite    City 

Education 
English 
Evans   Hall 
University    Theatre    Cast    (4) 
William    Woods    College 


FRANK   WILLIAM   MICHALEC Berwyn 

Commerce 
Personnel     Management 
lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post    No.    202;      Society 
for   the   Advancement    of   Management 

Morton  Junior  College;     DePaul  University 


NICK   GUS   MICHAS Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing    and    Management 
Noble    House 
Marketing    Club;      Society    for    the    Advancement 
of   Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


LILLIAN    BLUSTEIN    MICHEL Chicago 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
lllini    Union    Committee    (2);    lllini   Theatre  Guild 
Cast    (2);     Navy   Pier  Alumni  Association 

Roosevelt     College;       Navy     Pier     Extension     of 
the  University  of   Illinois 


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WALTER    ALFRED    MICHEL 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Wilson    Junior   College 


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DONALD   RUDOLPH  MIELKE Coal  Valley 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Barristers   Club 


AARON    PAUL    MILLER Baltimore,    Md. 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
English 
Phi    Epsilon   Pi 
The   Daily   lllini   (3,   4);     lllini    Forensic  Associa- 
tion;    Spanish   Club 
Honors   Day    (1 ) 


CHARLES    HENRY    MILLER Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Captain,  Army  ROTC;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


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DANIEL   MILLER Teaneck,   N.J. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Barton  House 
Phi   Eta  Sigma;     Praetorians 
Honors  Day   (1 ) 


DAVID   McGREGOR   MILLER Peoria 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Sigma    Chi 
lllini   Union  Committee    (1);     Second   Lieutenant, 
Army   ROTC;     Zeta   Sigma   Alpha 


JOANNE  MILLER Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Alpha    Kappa    Alpha 
House    President    (3,    4) 
Roosevelt   College 


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LARRY     HOWARD    MILLER 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Economics 
Pi    Kappa   Phi 
Agricultural   Economics  Club 


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LYNN   GREENFIELD   MILLER Olney 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Pi    Beta   Phi 
The  Daily   lllini    (1,   2);     lllini   Union   Committee 
(2);     WCIA    (4);     lllini   Figure  Skating   Club 


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MERLE    STANLEY    MILLER Clinton 

Agriculture 
Animal     Science 
Alpha   Gamma   Rho 
Y.M.C.A.     Cabinet     (4);      Y.M.C.A.     Committee 
(1,    2,    3,    4);      Student    Senate     (1,    2,    3,    4); 
Committee    on    Student    Affairs     (4);      Coordina- 
tion Committee   {4);  Class  President   {!);     Fresh- 
man  Council    (1);      lllini    Rural   Observer    (1,   2, 
3);     Agricultural     Council      (2,     3,     4);      All-Ag 
Field  Day  Committee   (1,  2,  3,  4);    Convocations 
Committee    {2,    3);      Freshman    Week    Committee 
(2,   3);     Military   Ball   Committee    (3);     Plowboy 
Prom   Committee  {1,   2,   3,  4);     Agriculture  Club; 
Hoof  and   Horn   Club 

MYRON  MILLER Rochester,  N.Y. 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Barton   House 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;     Omega    Beta    Pi;     House   Presi- 
dent  (2);   LAS  Council    (1,  2,  3,  4);  Praetorians, 
president    (4) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


ROBERT    LEE    MILLIGAN Pinckneyville 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Son's    Home 
Alpha   Tau   Alpha;     Agricultural   Education   Club; 
Agriculture  Club;     Field  and  Furrow 
Southern    Illinois   University 


GORDON    HOWARD    MILLNER Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking     and     Finance 
Barton    House 
Sigma     lota     Epsilon;      Campus     Chest     (1,    2); 
Marketing    Club 
Honors   Day   (1,  2) 


GENE   MILLS    Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln    Avenue   Residence 
Student   Committee   on   Human   Relations   Council 
(3) 

College   of   St.    Theresa 


JOHN     MANIERRE     MILLS Riverside 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Zoology 
Son's   Home 

Ripon      College;       Roosevelt     College;       Navy 
Pier  Extension  of  the  University  of   Illinois 


WAYNE    IKE    MILLS Greenville 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Science 
Greenville    College 


GEORGE    ELMER    MILUM Urbano 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Phi   Delta   Theta 
Tau  Beta  Pi;     Phi  Eta  Sigma;     Pi  Mu  Epsilon;    Pi 
Tau  Sigma;    A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


MALKA    TRYNA    MIRVIS Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Indeco 
Women's  Glee  Club    (3,  4) 


RUTH   CLAAR   MITCHEL Urbana 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Theta    Upsilon 

Springfield     Junior    College;      James    Millikin 
University 


TERRANCE    ROY    MITCHELL Chicago 

Law 
Law 
Phi     Alpha      Delta;       Second      Lieutenant,     Army 
ROTC;      Junior    Bar    Association 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Dance    Band 
Honors    Day     (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


WALLACE    MITCHELL    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political    Science 
Newman    Hall 
lllini   Sportsman's   Club;     Navy   Pier  Alumni   As- 
sociation;   Rifle   and   Pistol    Club;     Spanish   Club; 
Young    Republicans   Club 

Navy    Pier   Activities:      Pier    lllini    Newspaper 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


WILLA     NELL     MITCHELL Quincy 

Agriculture 

Home    Economics    Education 

Wescoga 

Phi     Upsilon     Omicron;      University    Chorus    (3); 

Wesley   Foundation   Student   Council    (4);     Home 

Economics     Club 

MacMurray  College  for  Women 


TERRY      MASAO     MIWA Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Sigma   Tau;     A.I.E.E.-I .RE. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


JANET     LOUISE    MOCKUS Cicero 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   English 
Alpha    Phi 
lllini    Union   Committee   (3,   4),   Major  Chairman 
House   Publications    lllini   Union   Committee    (4); 
Women's    Glee    Club 
Morton   Junior   College 


JANET    HOPE    MOELLER Cincinnati,    Ohio 

Physical    Education 

Dance 

Kappa   Kappa  Gamma 

Phi   Kappa   Phi;     Alpha   Sigma   Nu;     W.A.A.    (3, 

4);     Women's  Glee  Club    (3);    Orchesis    (3,  i), 

president    (4);     Physical    Education   Majors    Club 

University   of  Cincinnati 


MILTON    ROBERT    MOJZIS Berwyn 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music  Education 

Tomahawk;      Phi     Mu     Alpha-Sinfonia;       Concert 

Band    (2,  3,  4);     Football  Marching   Band    (2,  3, 

4);     University  Orchestra   (3) 

DePaul    University 


RONALD    STANLEY   MOIL Chicago 

Law 

Law 
Newman    Hall 
lllini     Insurance    Society;      Junior    Bar    Associa- 
tion;     Marketing     Club;      Society    for    the    Ad- 
vancement of  Management 
Honors   Day    (1) 

Navy     Pier    Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


DWIGHT    MILLINGTON    MOODY. 
Agriculture 
Agronomy 
Maryville    College 


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CHARLES   COTY   MOORE Chicago 

Division    of   Special    Services 
History 


PATRICIA  ANN   MOORE Elmhurst 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Delta    Gamma 
Torch;      Alpha     Lambda    Delta;      The     lllio     (1); 
lllini     Union     Committee      (1);       Campus     Chest 
(1,   2);     W.A.A.    (2) 
Honors    Day    ( I  ) 


RUDOLPH   MORAGNE    Evanston 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha    Phi    Alpha 
Phi   Eta   Sigma;     Omega   Beta   Pi;     Interfraternity 
Council    (2);      House   President    (4) 


DOROTHY   ROSE    MORIARTY Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
"T"    Dorm 
Y.W.C.A.   Cabinet   (3,  4);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee 
(2);      W.A.A.    (1);      University    Choir    (1);    Fly- 
ing  Club 


CHARLES    HADLEY    MORINE Hennepin 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 
Son's   Home 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha,    president    (4);     Agricultural 
Education  Club 

Illinois   State   Normal    University 


GLENN    ROGER   MORTENSON Sterling 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music    Education 
Phi  Mu  Alpha-Sinfonia;     Concert  Band   (2,  3,  4); 
Football    Marching    Band    (2,    3,    4);     University 
Orchestra    (2,  4);   University  Choir   (3) 
Honors  Day   (2,  3) 
Indiana    University 


FRANK   GILBERT   MORTON Lisle 

Engineering 
Aeronautical   Engineering 
Triangle 
Phi     Eta    Sigma;      Sigma    Gamma    Tau;      Pi    Mu 
Epsilon;      First    Regimental    Band    (2);     Captain, 
Air  Force  ROTC;     I.A.S.;     llli-Knights 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 


JESS    RICHARD    MOTA Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
lllini   Campus  Amvets  Post  No.   202 

Navy     Pier     Extension    of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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DANIEL    JOSEPH    MOTYKA Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Clark   House 
Omega    Beta    Pi;      Infantry    Club;      Spanish    Club 
Roosevelt   College 

WALTER    CHUNG    MOY Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Clark    House 
Marketing    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

RUTH    ANNETTE    MOYLE Oglesby 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Busey   Hall 
Sigma    Alpha    Iota;      Concert    Band     (2,    3,    4) 
La-Salle-Peru-Oglesby   Junior  College 

DONALD    ROSS    MUEHLING Gssna    Park 

Agriculture 
Dairy    Technology 
Lookout  Manor 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      Infantry    Club; 
Dairy    Production   Club;    Rural    Life   Club 

DONALD    DEAN    MUELLER St.    Louis,    Mo. 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Acacia 
Phi   Eta  Sigma;   Interfraternity  Council    (3);   House 
President    (3);     Men's   Glee   Club    (4);     Captain, 
Air  Force  ROTC 
Honors   Day    (2,    3} 

Northwestern    University 

HOWARD     ALLAN     MUELLER Maywood 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Oratorio    Society    (1,    2,    3);      Gamma    Delta 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

University   of   Colorado 

DONALD    JEROME    MULLIGAN Hinsdale 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Delta    Kappa     Epsilon 
The   Daily    lllini    (1);     The    lllio    (4) 
Honors    Day    (4) 

DIANE    MARILYN    MUMMA Decatur 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Delta   Gamma 
Alpha     Lambda    Delta;       lllini     Union    Committee 
(1,    2);     Y.W.C.A.    Committee   (1);     Panhellenic 
Ball    Committee    (2) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 

WALTER    DAVID    MUMME Elgin 

Veterinary     Medicine 
Veterinary     Medicine 
Student   Veterinary   Medical    Association 
Elgin    Community    College 


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DAVID    RUSSELL    MUMMERY Evanston 

Commerce 
Banking     and     Finance 
Sigma   Alpha    Epsilon 

Northwestern    University;    Evanston    Community 
College 

GERALD    PATRICK    MUNLEY,    JR Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Parade    Ground     Units 
Freshman   Varsity   Football  Squad    (1) 

JOHN    THEADORE    MURPHY Naperville 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Phi    Kappa 
University    Choir    (2,    3,    4);      Men's    Glee    Club 
(2,    3,    4);      Oratorio   Society    {2,   3,    4) 
University    of    Dayton;      Roosevelt    College 

MAUREEN    ETHEL    MURPHY Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Phi    Mu 
W.A.A.    (1);     Women's   Glee   Club    (1) 
Iowa   State  College 

HAROLD    JAMES    MURRAY Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Alpha    Sigma    Phi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (2);      Interfraternity    Coun- 
cil   (3);     Second    Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC 
Texas  A.  and  M.  College 

JOHN  NORMAN   MURRAY Dekalb 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
Class     President      (1);       Track;       Varsity     Track 
Squad    (3);     A.I.Ch.E. 
Northern    Illinois   State 

EUGENE   JAMES   MUZZARELLI Farmington 

Physical     Education 

Physical     Education 
Theta    Xi 
Varsity    Football    Squad     (2);      Freshman    Varsity 
Baseball   Squad 

RUSSELL    LEE   MYERS,  JR Quincy 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
University  of  Iowa 

WALTER     LOY    MYERS Joliet 

Veterinary   Medicine 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Barton    House 
Student    Veterinary    Medical    Association 
Joliet    Junior    College 


JAMES    PERRY   NAGLE Chicago   Heights 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Beta   Theta   Pi 
Sigma    Tau;      Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;    Pi 
Tau  Sigma;     Tribe  of  lllini;     Track  Varsity  Squad 
(2,  3,  4),  Letter  (3,  4);    AS. ME. 
Honors  Day    (1,   2) 


GEORGE    ALEXANDER    NAJIM Springfield 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Beta  Theta  Pi 
Second    lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      National    De- 
fense  Transportation   Association 


JAMES    ADINOBU    NAKANO ...  Honolulu,    Hawaii 
Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
University  of  Hawaii 


YUKIKO    NAKANO    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 

Illinois 


LOUIS    UGO    NARDI Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Sigma     Tau;      Tau     Beta     Pi;       Eta     Kappa     Nu; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day   (3) 

Illinois   Institute  of  Technology 


CHARLES  RICHARD  NASH McNabb 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta   Chi 
Alpha   Phi   Omega,   House  President    (4);   Second 
lieutenant.    Army    ROTC;      Marketing    Club     (4); 
Student  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce    (3) 


ROBERT    DEAN    NEATHAMMER Centralia 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Four  Columns 
Astronomical  Society 

Centralia    Township   Junior    College 


JAMES  EDWIN   NEEDHAM Mokena 

Engineering 
Illumination    Engineering 
Alpha  Kappa  Lambda 
Phi     Eta    Sigma;      McKinley    Foundation    Student 
Council   (2);   Colonel,  Army  ROTC;  Armed   Forces 
Council;     Military    Council,    president    (3);      So- 
ciety of  American  Military  Engineers;     Illuminat- 
ing   Engineering   Society 
Honors   Day    (1 ) 

JOSEPH   MARION   NEILL Stillwell 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 


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EDDIE    BARTON   NELSON Abingdon 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club    (3,   4) 

Western    Illinois  State  Teachers  College 


EUGENE   HERMAN  NELSON Mackinaw 

Veterinary   Medicine 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Tara    Hall 
House  President   (2);     Hoof  and  Horn  Club;    Stu- 
dent   Veterinary    Medical    Association 


GENE   ARTHUR    NELSON Morton    Grove 

Commerce 

Accountancy 
Newman    Hall 
Accountancy  Club;     llli-Knights 


MARILYN    LUCILLE    NELSON Galesburg 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Industrial   Design 
Gamma    House 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1,    2),    House    President   (4);     Oratorio    Society 
(2,   3};     Fine   and   Applied   Arts   Council    (3,   4) 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


NEAL    STANLEY    NELSON Chicago 

Veterinary    Medicine 
Veterinary    Medicine 
Newman    Hall 
German     Club,    Student    Veterinary    Medical    As- 
sociation 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


NORMAN   WILLIAM   NELSON Oak   Lawn 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Flagg     House 
Sigma    Tau;      Chi     Epsilon;      A.S.C.E.;      Gamma 
Delta 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


STANLEY    RICHARD    NELSON Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dairy    Technology 
Dairy   Technology   Society,   president    (4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois,    Wright   Junior   College 


WALTER  FRANK  NELSON Rockford 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Minawa   Lodge 
lllini     Christian      Fellowship      (4);       Accountancy 
Club 


ANN    NEMEROFF    Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics    Education 
Delta   Phi   Epsilon 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2,    3);      University 
Theatre    Crew     (1,    2);      Freshman    Week    Com- 
mittee   (3);     Home  Economics  Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 


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HAROLD    WILLIAM    NERO Arlington    Heights 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma    Phi    Delta 
Interfraterntty    Council     (2,    3);      Pershing    Rifles; 
A.S.M.E.;     Gamma    Delta;     S.A.E. 


EARL    BURTON    NEWMAN Chicago 

Physical    Education 

Industrial   Recreation 

Tau    Delta    Phi 

Phi     Epsilon     Kappa;      Varsity     Basketball     Squad 

(3,      4);        Freshman      Varsity      Squad;        Second 

Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC 


HARRY     DAVID     NEWMAN \  .  .Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 

Zeta    Beta   Tau 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;      Gargoyle;      Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi 
Eta       Sigma;       Military       Ball       Committee       (4); 
Scabbard  and  Blade;     A. I. A.;     A.S.C.E. 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Yearbook,  The   Brave 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3,   4);     University   of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key;     Bronze  Tablet 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

NANCY     NORVELLE     NEWTON Urbana 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Spanish 
Alcestis 
Sigma    Delta   Pi;      lllini   Union   Committee    (2,   3); 
Spanish    Club;      Portuguese    Club 


FAY    ELEANOR    NICHOLS Oak    Park 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
English 
Alpha   Xi    Delta 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2,    ,3    4);      Campus 
Chest    (1);     Young    Democrats    Club 


DONALD     OTTO     NIEMANN Elmhurst 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma    Nu 
Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Accountancy    Club 


RAYMOND    LEONARD    NISENBAUM Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma   Alpha    Mu 
lllini     Union     Committee      (2);       Captain,     Army 
ROTC 


ARLYS     IONE    NITSCHE Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
French 
Chi    Omega 
French    Club    (3,    4);      Honors    Day    (1) 


ROBERTA   BEIMFOHR   NOOR Hennepin 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
4-H   House 
Phi    Upsilon   Omicron;     Star  Course  Manager  {2); 
lllini   Rural    Observer    (1,    2);     McKinley   Founda- 
tion   Student    Council     (2);      Plowboy    Prom    Com- 
mittee   (1  );      Home    Economics    Club;      Rural    Life 
Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 

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ARTHUR    DONALD    NORDENBERG Chicago 

Commerce 
Economics 
Phi  Sigma   Delta 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;      Beta    Gamma    Sigma;      Phi    Eta 
Sigma;        Sigma      lota      Epsilon;        Interfraternity 
Council      (2);       Commerce     Council      (3);      lllini 
Forensic    Association 

Honors     Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


KENNETH    EUGENE    NORDQUIST.  Evergreen    Park 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Alpha    Tau   Omega 
Tomahawk;      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Wrestling 
Squad     (2,     3) ,     Letter     (3) ;       Freshman    Varsity 
Squad;     Captain,    Army    ROTC 


DON    PARRY    NORFORD Flossmoor 

Commerce 
Management 
Society   for   the   Advancement   of  Management 


RICHARD   CURTIS   NORRIS Johnston   City 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Barton   West 
A.S.M.E. 


WALTER   GLEN    NORTON Sibley 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Kappa   Delta   Rho 
Second   Regimental    Band    (1);     Petty  Officer  First 
Class,   NROTC;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


STEPHEN    ALBERT   NOSEK Chicago 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Alpha   Sigma    Phi 
Tribe     of     lllini;     Varsity     Football     Squad      (3), 
Letter    (3) 


FRANCIS   JOSEPH    NOWIK LaSalle 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Newman  Hall 
Y.M.C.A.   Committee;     Accountancy  Club 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby    Junior    College 


GERALD    PETER    NUGENT Highland    Park 

Commerce 
Foreign  Trade 
Evans  Scholars 
Alpha     Phi     Omega;      Marketing     Club;      Spanish 
Club 


ELIZABETH    JEAN    OAKES Laura 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics     Education 
Rosewood 
Phi    Upsilon   Omicron;     lllini   Christian  Fellowship 
(1,    2,    3,    4);    Home    Economics    Club 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 


JOSEPH    EDWARD   O'BRIEN Oak    Park 

Commerce 

Marketing 
House   President    (4);     Marketing    Club 
Wright  Junior  College 


GENE    COE    O'CONNELL Sterling 

Commerce 
Economics   and    Finance 
Phi     Eta    Sigma;      Student    Senate     (3);      Finance 
Club;       lllini     Campus     Amvets     Post     No.     202; 
lllini    Forensic    Association 
Honors   Day    (2,  3) 


RICHARD    KAZUSHI    OGAWA Oahu,    Hawaii 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
Arnold  Air  Society;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
University   of   Hawaii 


ALICE    MARIE    OGDEN Geneseo 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Zeta  Tau  Alpha 
The   lllio    (1);      W.A.A.     (3,    4);     Second    Regi- 
mental   Band    (3);     University   Chorus    (3) 


BETTY  JAYNE   OHLSON Chicago 

Education 
Commercial   Teaching 
Palamar 
Future   Business    Leaders    of   America 
Woodrow  Wilson  Junior  College 


ROBERT  JOHN   OIE Saint  Charles 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma    Pi 
LAS  Council  (1);  Captain,  Army   ROTC;  Scabbard 
ond   Blade;     A.F.S.;     lllini   Sportsman's   Club 


RICHARD     EDWIN     O'LEARY 

Garden  City,  Mich. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Political  Science 
Tomahawk;  lllini  Union  Committee  (2);  Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet  (2);  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (1);  Fresh- 
man Week  Committee  (2,  3);  LAS  Council  (2, 
3,  4);  Military  Ball  Committee  (3);  Ensign, 
NROTC;     Spanish   Club 


ALGIRDAS    OLIS     Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club;       lllini    Campus    Amvets     Post 
No.  202 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DIANE    LOU    OLIVER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (3);     W.A.A.    (4) 
Novy  Pier  Activities:    Pier  lllini 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


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DONALD    HERBERT    OLIVIERI Chicago 

Fine  and  Applied  Arts 
Architecture 
Flagg    House 
Scarab;      First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      A. I. A. 
Chicago  Technical  College 


CARLO    FRANCIS    OLIVERO Dalzell 

Commerce 
Commercial   Teaching 
La  Salle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 


DATO     VINCENT     OLIVERO 

Commerce 
Commercial  Teaching 
La  Salle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  Colle 


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SUSAN   JANNETTE   OLMSTEAD 

Battle   Creek,    Mich. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
English 
Kappa  Alpha  Theta 
Shorter   Board;     Torch;     The    lllio    (1,    2,    3,    4), 
Associate   Editor    (4);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (1, 
2);      LAS    Council     (2,    3,    4);      Panhellenic    Ball 
Committee   ( 1 ) 


JACK  EDWIN  OLSON Rockford 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Chi  Psi 
Ma-Wan-Da;  Sachem;  lllini  Union  Committee 
(1);  Star  Course  Manager  (1,  2);  Y.M.C.A. 
Committee  (1,  2);  Tribe  of  lllini  (4);  Fresh- 
man Varsity  Baseball  Squad;  Intramural  Mana- 
ger (1,  2,  3);  Senior  Intramural  Manager; 
Athletic  Council  (4);  IM  Rec  Board  (3,  4), 
president   (4);     Marketing   Club 


SHERLE   ANN   OLSON Oak   Park 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Busey    Hall 
Mortar     Board;       Torch;       Alpha     Chron;       Alpha 
Sigma  Nu;     W.A.A.  Board  (3,  4),  President   (4); 
Major    I     (3);     W.A.A.    Numerals;     W.A.A.    (1, 
2,    3,    4);      Student   Senate    (4);     Physical    Edu- 
cation  Majors   Club 
Honors   Day    (2,  3) 

BENEDICT  THOMAS   ONDRAH Brookfield 

Engineering 
Mechanical   Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
A.F.S. 

St.    Procopius   College 


JOHN  ONTIVEROS,  JR Moline 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Latin  American  Studies 
Tomahawk;      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Wrestling 
Squad    (2,   3,  4),   Letter   (2,  3,  4) 


CHARLES    EDWARD    ORCUTT Watseka 

Agriculture 
Vocational    Agriculture 


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THOMAS    JOSEPH    ORIGER Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Sigma     Tau;       Chi     Epsilon;       Freshman     Varsity 
Wrestling    Squad;      Senior    Ball    Committee;    Fly- 
ing  Club 
Honors   Day    (2) 


MARJORIE  SUE  ORNELLOS Riverside 

Commerce 
Personnel    Management 
Gamma    Phi    Beta 
Beta  Gamma  Sigma;     Alpha   Lambda   Delta 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


ALDEN   EUGENE   ORPUT Rockford 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural   Engineering 

Alpha  Rho  Chi 
Star  and  Scroll;  Gargoyle;  Sigma  Tau;  lllini 
Union  Council  (3);  lllini  Union  Committee  (2); 
House  President  (4);  Tribe  of  lllini;  Cheer- 
leader (3,  4);  Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Council 
(2,  4);  Military  Ball  Committee  (3);  Military 
Council;  Pershing  Rifles;  Phalanx;  Tau  Nu  Tau; 
Society  of  American  Military  Engineers;  A. I. A.; 
A.S.C.E.;  Christian  Science  Organization;  Fly- 
ing Club;  lllini  Figure  Skating  Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Principia    College 

CAROL    JANE    OSBORN Champaign 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Gamma  Phi   Beta 
Mortar   Board;     lllini   Union   Committee    (1);    Star 
Course  Manager    (1,  2,   3);     Campus   Chest    (2); 
Women's  Glee  Club   (1) 
Honors    Day    (3) 


WILLIAM     JOSEPH     OSHINSKI Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman    Hall 
Marketing  Club;     Society  for  the  Advancement  of 
Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


IRENE  MILDRED  OSVALD Elmwood  Park 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Alpha    House 
Theta   Sigma    Phi 


CURTIS   DEAN   OUVERSON Mason    City 

Engineering 
Electrical      Engineering 
Tau  Beta  Pi;    A.I  .E.E.-I.R.E. 
Hannibal-La  Grange    College 


JOYCE    ANITA    OUVERSON Berkeley,    Cal. 

Education 
Elementary    Education 
University    Sinfonietta    (3) 
San    Francisco    State    College 


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PATRICIA   ANN    OSGOOD Park    Ridge 

Commerce 

Economics 

Alpha    Chi    Omega 

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Honors    Day    (3) 

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CAROLE    SUE    OWENS Springfield 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Delta    Gamma 
Springfield  Junior  College 


ALGIS     PABARCIUS     Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;     Tau  Beta  Pi;     Chi   Epsilon;     A.S.C.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


KENNETH    WARREN     PADGITT Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A. I. E.E.-I.R.E.;      Synton 


JOSH    PAIS     Evanston 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Sigma   Alpha   Mu 
Captain,    Air   Force    ROTC 
Honors   Day    { 1  ) 


BURTON     HERBERT    PALMER Chicago 

Law 

Law 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 
Board    of    Fraternity    Affairs    (3);      Interfraternity 
Council    (1,    2,    3);      House    President     (3);    IM 
Rec    Board     (3);      Interfraternity    Ball    Committee 
(2) 


TET  KONG  PANG.Jesselton,  British  North  Borneo 
Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
A.S.M.E.;     Chinese   Students   Club;     S.A.E. 


ARNOLD     LEONARD    PAOLASINI Bellwood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta    Xi 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Star   Course    Manager    (2,    3,    4), 
Senior     Manager      (4) ;       House     President      (4) ; 
Concert     and      Entertainment      Board      (4);       Ac- 
countancy    Club;       Student     Junior     Chamber     of 
Commerce 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 

MARY   PARENT Oak  Park 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 

Beta    House 
W.A.A.   Board    (4);     W.A.A.  Numerals;    W.A.A. 
(3,   4);     Physical    Education   Majors   Club 

Navy    Pier   Activities:      W.A.A.,    vice-president 
(2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

LILA    RUTH    PARKER Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;     lllini     Union     Committee 
{2);     University  Theatre  Crew    (3) 
Honors   Day   (1,  2) 


MARTHA   LOUISE  PARKER Lancaster,   Pa. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music 
Alpha     Chron;       Alpha      Lambda     Delta;       Sigma 
Alpha     Iota;      University    Sinfonietta    (2,    3,    4); 
University     Orchestra      ( 1 ,     2,     3,     4) ;       Wesley 
Foundation  Student  Council    (2,  3,  4) 


NEAL   KEVIN   PARMENTER Indianapolis,    Ind. 

Engineering 

Civil    Engineering 

Kappa    Delta    Rho 

Men's    Glee    Club    (1);      First    Lieutenant,    Arnold 

Air     Society,     A.  I.  A.;       A.S.C.E.;        I  Mini      Union 

Committee    (2) 

Butler    University;    Purdue    University    Extension 


SHEILA     PARRISH     Evanston 

School    of    Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta    Tau   Alpha 
Gamma  Alpha   Chi;     The   Daily    lllini    (3);      lllini 
Union    Committee    (2);     Marketing   Club 


JOHN    RIDLEY   PARSON Dutton,    Ontario 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Theta    Chi 
First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC 


DOROTHY    JOYCE    PARSONS Atwood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Phi 
Phi   Chi   Theta;     The   Daily   lllini    (3);     Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet    (4);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (3) 
Honors   Day   (3) 

Monticello   College 


ROBERT   GERALD    PARSONS Urbana 

Commerce 
Banking   and    Finance 


DANIEL    DENNIS    PATTARSON Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Lookout    Manor 
M.I. A.   Executive  Council    (3,   4);     lllini    Forensic 
Association,-      Marketing    Club;      Society    for    the 
Advancement     of    Management;       Barbershoppers 
Wilson   Junior   College 


HARVEY   GAY   PATTERSON Urbana 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;        A.S.M.E.;        S.A.E.,      president 
(4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ROBERT    LEIGH    PATTON Momence 

Commerce 

Marketing 

Cosmopolitan 

Alpha     Kappa     Psi;     Y.M.C.A.     Committee      (4); 

Student    Senate     (4);       French     Club;      Marketing 

Club 

Olivet    College 


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STANLEY    LANGFORD    PAUL Harrisburg 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Sigma   Tau;     Chi   Epsilon;     A.S.C.E. 
Blackburn    College 


KENNETH    PAULL    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
lllini   Campus  Amvets   Post  No.   202 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of    the     University     of 
Illinois 


PATRICIA    MAE    PAVLIS Berwyn 

Physical     Education 

Physical     Education 
Busey    Hall 
Shorter    Board;      Torch;      Alpha    Chron;      Major    I; 
W.A.A.    Numerals;     W.A.A.    (1,   2,   3,   4);     Ter- 
rapin   (1,   2,    3,   4);     Physical    Education    Majors 
Club 


JOHN  ANTHONY  PAWLIKOWSKI Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
A. I. A.;     Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association 
Honors   Day    (1,3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


JOBE    LEON    PAYNE Beloit,    Wis. 

Physical    Education 
Health    Education 
Parade  Ground   Units 
Phi    Epsilon    Kappa;      Freshman    Week   Committee 
(3,   4);     Physical   Education   Majors  Club 
Honors  Day    (2,   3) 


MARVIN    ALAN    PEARLMAN Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Navy   Pier  Alumni   Association 

Wright   Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of  the   University  of   Illinois 


DAVID    WARD    PEASE,   JR Winnetka 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   German 
Delta   Sigma    Phi 
University  Choir   (3,  4);  Oratorio  Society  (3,  4); 
Second   Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 

Navy  Pier  Activities:     University  Choir    (1,2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University    of 
Illinois 


ARTHUR     PETER     PEDERSEN Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 


JANE    RENEE    PENN Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art 
Delta    Phi    Epsilon 
Gamma    Alpha    Chi;      Mask    and    Bauble;      Uni- 
versity Theatre  Cast   (1,  3,  4) 


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Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy  Club    (2,   3,   4) 


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WILLIAM    VANCIL    PENROD Dongola 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Baptist    Student     Union     Council      (1,     2,     3,     4), 
President    (4);      First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC 


JO    ANN    PERGREM Urbana 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 

Painting 

Society    of    Illustrators;      I  Mini    Union    Committee 

(1,    2);     University   Theatre    Crew    (1,    2,    3,   4); 

Star  Course   Manager    (1,2) 


JOHN    JOSEPH    PERIOLAT Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 

Political    Science 
Theta    Chi 
Drake    University 


LEONARD     THEODORE      PERKOWSKI Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Pi    Kappa    Phi 
Morton    Junior    College;      Roosevelt    College 


ROBERT   PATRICK   PERLONGO Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 


CAROL    LU    PETEFISH Springfield 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Alpha    Delta    Pi 
Torch;       Shi-Ai;       Society     of     Illustrators;       lllio 
(1,   2,   3);     House  President    (2) 


MARTHA   JANE    PETERS Mason    City 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
The    lllio    (1 );      Campus    Chest     (2);      University 
Chorus    (1) 


RONALD    ALBERT    PETERS Milledgeville 

Agriculture 
Vocational    Agriculture 
Nabor  House 
Alpha  Tau  Alpha,   president   (3);     M.l.A.   Execu- 
tive    Council      (1 );      Agricultural     Council      (4); 
Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;       Agricultural     Educa- 
tion Club;     Agriculture  Club;     Hoof  Horn   Club 


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WAYNE    PETERS    Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Epsilon   Pi 
Campus    Chest    (1 ,    2) ;      University    Chorus     (1  ); 
Accountancy    Club 
Honors   Day    (1,2) 


BARBARA     LEE     PETERSON 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Accountancy   Club 

Elgin    Community    College 


KENNETH    SMITH    PETERSEN Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
A.I.A.;      A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


GWEN   ADELE   PETERSON Des   Plaines 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training    in    English 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Alpha    Lambda   Delta,    president    (2);     The   Daily 
lllini    (2,   3);     lllini    Union    Committee    (1);     Ter- 
rapin   (1  ) 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


JUNE   ELIZABETH  PETERSON Pekin 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Busey    Hall 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     The   Daily    lllini    (3,   4) 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


RONALD    DELANO    PETERSON Moline 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Beta   Theta    Pi 
Sigma    Tau;      House    President    (4);     Colonel,   Air 
Force   ROTC;     Arnold   Air  Society;     Scabbard  and 
Blade;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors  Day    (2) 


MARILYN    JOAN    PETRINI Farmington 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Stratford    House 
Sigma  Alpha   Iota;     Women's  Glee  Club    (2,  3); 
Orchesis;       Baptist     Student     Council     Foundation 
(2);     School   of  Music  Student  Council    (3) 
Cottey   Junior  College 


WAYNE    CLYDE    PHILLIPS Aurora 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music    Education 

Phi     Mu    Alpha-Sinfonia;      Concert    Band     (1,    2, 

3,    4),    president    (4);      University    Orchestra    (1, 

2,   3,   4);     School   of  Music  Student   Council    (3) 


WILLIAM    GERALD    PHILLIS Cambridge 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Y.M.C.A.    (2);     Military   Ball   Committee   (2,  3); 
Navy    Council;      Pershing    Rifles;      Scabbard    and 
Blade;       lllini     Campus     Amvets     Post     No.     202; 
lllini     Forensic     Association;       Marketing     Club; 
Society     for    the    Advancement    of    Management; 
Young    Democrats   Club 
Bradley    University 


JOYCE    ARLENE    PICKARD Plymouth 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Mathematics 
Busey  Hall 
Alpha   Chron;    Alpha    Lambda    Delta;    lllini    Union 
Committee    (3);     Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (1,   2,  3, 
4);       lllini     Christian      Fellowship      (1,     3,     4); 
Freshman    Week    Committee     (2);      W.G.S.    Ball 
Committee   (3);     French  Club;     Physics  Society 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


GERALD   VICTOR   PIERARD Coal   City 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Pi   Kappa  Alpha 
Major,   Air  Force   ROTC;     Marketing   Club 


DOUGLAS  RICHARD   PIERCE Crossville 

Education 
Social    Studies 
Delta    Chi 
Y.M.C.A.     Board     of     Directors     (4);      Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet  (3,  4);  Y.M.C.A.   Committee    (2);   Plow- 
boy   Prom   Committee    (1) 


JAMES    ROBERT    PIERCE Stockton 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Second  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC 


JOHN    FRANKLIN    PIERCE Enfield 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Agricultural  Education  Club 


WILLIAM    ROBERT    PINGEL Marengo 

Commerce 
Management 
Delta   Sigma   Pi 
University   Choir    (2);      Cadet,    Air    Force    ROTC; 
Marketing  Club 


JAMES    BERNARD    PINSKI Chicag 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Sigma    Alpha    Mu 
Omega    Beta    Pi;      lllini   Union    Committee    (2) 
Honors  Day   (2,  3) 


JANICE    NATHALIE    PINSKY Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln  Avenue  Residence 
Psi   Chi;     Sociology  Club 


GEORGE   PIPER,   JR Sharon,   Wis. 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Tara    Hall 
Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC 


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CHARLOTTE    ELAINE    PIZNER Hardy,    Iowa 

Fine   and   Applied  Arts 
Music    Education 
University    Choir    (3,    4);      Oratorio    Society    (3, 
4) 

Cornell    College 


PAUL    ALBERT    PIZNER La  Salle 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Phi    Mu    Alpha-Sinfonia,    president    (4);      Concert 
Bond    (3,   4);     Football  Marching   Band    (4);    Uni- 
versity    Choir      (2);       Fine     and     Applied     Arts 
Council    (3,   4);     School   of  Music  Student   Coun- 
cil,   president    (3) 
Cornell    College 


ELMER   LEWIS  PLEW,   JR paris 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Sigma   Chi 
Varsity    Basketball    Squad    (2,   3,   4),    Letter    (2, 
3,  4);     Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


DONALD   ERVIN    PLOTE Elgin 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Lambda   Chi   Alpha 
lllini   Union   Committee    (3);     Campus   Chest    ( 1 )  ; 
Interfraternity  Council    (3);     lllini   Rural  Observer 
(2,   3);     Military    Ball    Committee    (3);     Agricul- 
ture   Club;      Dairy    Production    Club;      Hoof    ond 
Horn    Club 


ROBERT    ALLEN    PLOZAY Homewood 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta   Chi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (3);      Military    Ball    Com- 
mittee    (3);       Lieutenant    Colonel,    Army     ROTC; 
Scabbard    and    Blade;      Zeta    Sigma    Alpha;      So- 
ciety for  the  Advancement  of   Management 


SADIE   RUTH   POINSETT Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Stratford    House 
Campus      Chest      (3);        Orchesis       (4);        lllini 
Christian   Fellowship    (3);     Baptist   Student   Foun- 
dation   Student   Council    (3) 
Chicago  Teachers   College 


JOSEPH    LEROY   POIRIEZ Assumption 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Second    Lieutenant,   Army    ROTC 
Honors  Day   (1,   2,   3) 

Illinois  State  Normal  University 


LOREN    MURRAY    POLLACK Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Zeta   Beta  Tau 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2),    Junior    Men's 
Glee   Club,   Marketing   Club 


MARGARET    JANE    POOL Elmhurst 

Commerce 

Secretarial    Training 

Pi   Beta   Phi 

Shorter    Board;      Torch;      Alpha     Lambda     Delta; 

The   Daily   lllini    (1,    2,    3),    Circulation    Director 

(3);     House  President   (3,  4) 


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MAXWELL    HARRIS    POPER Chicago 

Commerce 
Industrial   Administration 
Twin   Estates 
House     President     (3);       Captain,     Army     ROTC; 
Infantry  Club;     Pershing   Rifles 
Navy   Pier  Activities:     Pier   lllini 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  ilinois 


ALBERT   SYLVESTER    PORTER Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha  Phi  Alpha 
Roosevelt  College;     Wilson  Junior  College 


NANCE  MAE  POSTLEWAIT Bement 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
McKinley    Hall 
W.A.A.     Board     (2);      W.A.A.     (1,     2,     3.     4); 
House   President   (4) 
MacMurray   College 


PAUL   WAYNE    POSTLEWAITE Palestine 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Tau   Kappa    Epsilon 
Skull   and   Crescent;      Infantry   Club;     Agriculture 
Club 


I RA    NATHAN    POTOVSKY Chicago 

Engineering 
Metallurgical   Engineering 
Tau   Delta    Phi 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


LAWRENCE    ARTHUR    POTTER Downers   Grove 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta    Upsilon 
Interfraternity     Council      (2);       Varsity     Baseball 
Squad    (2);      Freshman    Varsity    Baseball    Squad; 
Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;     Marketing    Club 


JAMES  CLIFFORD   POWERS Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Freshman    Varsity    Swimming    Squad;      A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


GRACE    DIANE     PRAPPAS La  Grange 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Theta    Upsilon 
Shi-Ai;      lllini    Union    Committee     (2);      Campus 
Chest    (3);     Women's   Glee   Club    (1,  2) 


KEITH    FRANCIS    PRATER Decatur 

Commerce 

Economics 
Sigma   Pi 
Football    Marching     Band     (1,    2,    3,    4);      First 
Regimental     Band     (1,     2,     3,    4);      Midshipman, 
NROTC;     Accountancy  Club;     Finance  Club;   lllini 
Insurance  Society;     Rifle  and   Pistol   Club 


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PATRICIA    PRATT     Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Monmouth    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of 
the   University   of    Illinois 


SIDNEY   LUCIUS  PRAY,   JR Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Cagle   Hall 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


BETTY    MARIE     PRIGGIE Berwyn 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Shorter      Board;        Alpha      Chron;        Phi      Upsilon 
Omicron;       The      Illio      (1);       W.G.S.      Executive 
Council     (3,    4),    president    (4);      Student    Senate 
(4);     Committee    on    Student   Affairs    (4);    All-Ag 
Field    Day    Committee    {1,    2);      Home    Economics 
Council     (2,    3);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee     (1, 
2);     W.G.S.    Ball    Committee    (2,   3,    4);     Home 
Economics   Club 
Honors    Day     (1  ) 

PAUL    EDWARD   PRZYPYSZNY Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Political     Science 
Chi   Psi 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (3);     House   President    (4); 
lllini    Forensic   Association;     Junior   Bar  Associa- 
tion 
Honors   Day    (3) 


THEODORE     DONALD     PUCKORIUS 

Downers    Grove 
Division    of    Special    Services 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Delta   Gamma 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;      Sigma    lota    Epsilon 

DePaul    University;      Florida    Southern    College; 
Tampa   University 


BERNARD  CLARENCE  QUANDT Forest  Park 

Commerce 
Finance   and   Economic   Theory 
Psi    Upsilon 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      Alpha 
Phi    Omega;      The    Daily    lllini    (1,    2,    3);     Star 
Course    Manager     (1  );      Military    Ball    Committee 
{ 1  ) ;      Finance    Club;      Society    for    the    Advance- 
ment  of    Management 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 


GENE   JOHN   QUIRINI Wilmette 

Journalism 

Radio  and  Television 

Evans    Scholars 

Sigma    Delta    Chi;      University    Theatre    Cast     (2, 

3,  4);     M.I. A.   Executive  Council    (3,  4);     Varsity 

Golf  Squad    (3,   4);     WILL    (3,   4) 


JEROME   EDWARD   RACHNER Elgin 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
Sigma   Tau;      Tau    Beta    Pi;     Sigma    Gamma    Tau; 
Engineering   Council    (4);     I.A.S. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Elgin   Community    College 


LOUIS    BENJAMIN    RAFFLE Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Granada    Club 
Alpha     Rho     Tau;       Phalanx;       Society     for     the 
Advancement    of   Management 


STUART   JOEl    RAFFEL Chicago 

Commerce 

Economics 
Alpha   Epsilon   Pi 
lllini   Union    Committee    (2);     Second    Lieutenant, 
Army   ROTC 


JOHN    HOWARD    RAGEN Lansing 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DANIEL    JOSEPH     RAJSKI Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 
Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Infantry    Club;      Pershing 
Rifles 
Honors    Day    (3) 


JOHN   RANDOLPH    peoria 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Beta  Theta   Pi 
Sigma    Tau;      Phi     Eta    Sigma;      Pi    Tau    Sigma; 
Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Scabbard   and 
Blade;     A.S.M.E. 
Honors  Day   (1,2) 


ROBERT   RAYMOND   RANDOLPH  ..  Kenmore,    N.Y. 
Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Ohio   State    University 


BARBARA    JEAN     RAPP Winnetka 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Kappa    Delta 
The  Daily   lllini    (3);     The  lllio   (1,   2);  Women's 
Glee    Club    (1) 


ROBERT    RAYMOND    RAUFEISEN 

Rochester,    N.Y. 
Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee     (1,    2);      House    President 
(3);      First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      University 
Chorus    (2);     A. I. A.    (1) 
University   of   Rochester 


MARY  ARDYTH   RAUSCH Elgin 

Journalism 
Radio 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Theta    Sigma    Phi;      University    Theatre    Cast     (3, 
4);     Oratorio  Society   (3,  4);     WILL  (3,  4) 
Elgin    Community   College 


MARGARET    LOUISE   RAY White    Hall 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Leeman    Lodge 
Phi   Upsilon   Omicron;     McKinley   Foundation  Stu- 
dent Council   (3);     Home  Economics  Club 
University  of  Nebraska 


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RICHARD    CLARENCE    RAYBURN Champaign 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Acacia 
Alpha  Zeta;     Military   Ball   Committee   {4};   Colo- 
nel,   Army    ROTC;     Armed    Forces    Council;     Mili- 
tary    Council,     president     (4);       Pershing     Rifles; 
Phi    Chi    Eta;      Scabbard    and    Blade;      Agriculture 
Club;      Field    and    Furrow;      Hoof   and    Horn    Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 


VICTORIA   CASSANDRA   RAZMO Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Palamar 
Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (3) 
University   of  Missouri 


EUNICE    JEAN    REACE Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
McKinley    Hall 
University    Chorus     (1) 
Honors    Day    (3) 


CHARLES    WILLIAM    RECKA Westchester 

Commerce 

Industrial    Administration 

Delta    Sigma    Pi 

House  President   (4);     Commerce  Council    {3,  4); 

Marketing    Club;      Society    for    the    Advancement 

of  Management 

Morton    Junior    College 


RONALD   EDWARD   REDER River  Grove 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
College    Hall 
A.S.M.E. 

Luther    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of    the 
University   of    Illinois 


DEAN    LYLE    REEDER 

Commerce 
Accountancy 


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WILLIAM  ANDREW  REEGO Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sleepy    Hollow 
Beta    Alpha    Psi;     Accountancy   Club;     Society   for 
the    Advancement    of    Management 

Wright     Junior     College;       La  Salle     Extension 
University 


THOMAS    FRANCIS    REGUL Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Triangle 
Sigma   Tau;     Tau   Beta   Pi;     Pi   Tau  Sigma;     Persh- 
ing   Rifles;     A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 
Honors   Day  (2,   3) 
St.    Mary's    College 


RICHARD   WENDELL   REICHLE 

Webster    Groves,    Mo. 
Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Economics 
Phi    Kappa    Sigma 
Campus    Chest    (1  ) ;      lllini    Forensic    Association; 
lllini    Insurance    Society;     Spanish    Club 


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CAROLE    MAE    REID Chicago 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Palamar 
lllini      Union      Committee      (1);        I  Mini      Theatre 
Guild    (3,  4);     W.A.A. 
Wright    Junior    College 


JUDITH     LOIS    REIMER Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
E.K.T. 
Kappa    Delta    Pi;      lllini    Union   Committee    (2,    3) 
Honors    Day    (3) 

University  of  Wisconsin 


RONALD    LEE    REISINGER Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MARGARET    JACKLYNN    REMACLE Centralia 

Commerce 
Retailing 

Alpha    Chi    Omega 
lllini  Union  Committee    (2);     lllini   Theatre  Guild 
Manager      (2);       Panhellenic     Executive     Council 
(3,    4);      House    President    (4);     Marketing    Club, 
president    {4} 
Honors    Day    (3) 

St.    Mary's    of   Notre    Dame 


PATRICIA   ANN    RENKEN Mason   City 

Physical    Education 

Physical     Education 
4-H    House 
lllini   Union   Committee    (1,   2,  3);   W.A.A.   Board 
(4);      W.A.A.     (1,    2,    3,    4);      House    President 
(4);      Lutheran    Foundation    Student    Council    (3); 
Gamma    Delta;      Physical    Education    Majors    Club 


PERRY   RESSLER New   York   City,   N.Y. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Captain,   Air   Force   ROTC;     A. I. A. 


ROBERT    JOSEPH    REYNEK River    Forest 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 

Theta  Kappa  Phi 
Interfraternity  Council  (3);  House  President 
(4};  Dolphins  (2,  3);  Student  Religious  Council 
(2);  Newman  Foundation  Student  Council  {2, 
3);  Agriculture  Club;  Flying  Club;  Hoof  and 
Horn    Club;      Young    Republicans    Club 

Iowa    State   College 


AUDREY    HELENE    REZITS Champaign 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Concert   Band    (3,    4) 

Highland      Manor     Junior     College;       Juilliard 
School   of  Music;     New   York   University 


LAURA   ELIZABETH   RHODES Dixon 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
French    Club;      Rifle   and    Pistol    Club 

Northern   Illinois  State  Teachers  College 


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RONALD   GLEN    RICHARDS Quincy 

Engineering 
General     Engineering 
Colonial    Arms 
Illinois    Society    of    General    Engineers 
Quincy    College 


ROBERT    LEE    RICHARDI Norwood    Park 

Liberal  Arts   and  Sciences 
Economics 
Granada   Club 
Second   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Marketing   Club 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MARY   ALICE   RICHMAN Indianapolis,    Ind. 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

Home   Economics 

Evans   Hall 

Phi     Upsilon     Omicron;      First    Regimental     Band 

(1,     2,     3);       Plowboy     Prom     Committee      (3); 

Home   Economics   Club 


WALTER    RAY    RICHNER Chestnut 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Science 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Star  and  Scroll;     Alpha  Zeta;     Concert  Band    (3); 
Football    Marching    Band    (1,    2,    3);      First    Regi- 
mental   Band    (1,    2);     Men's   Glee   Club    (2,    3, 
4);       Agriculture     Club;       A.S.A.E.;       Hoof     and 
Horn    Club 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 

MARCIA    ANN    RIECKMAN Decatur 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 


MARY    JANE    RIGNEY Urbano 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Kappa    Delta 
Torch;     Shi-Ai;   Sigma  Alpha   lota,  president    (3); 
Star  Course  Manager   (2);     Panhellenic  Executive 
Council     (2);      Concert    Band    (1,    2,    3,    4);    Uni- 
versity   Orchestra     (1,     2,     3,    4);      Concert    and 
Entertainment    Board    (3,    4);      Fine   and    Applied 
Arts  Council   (3);    School  of  Music  Student  Coun- 
cil   (2) 
Honors    Day    (3) 

JAMES   KENNETH    RIGSBY Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
A. I. A.;     Rifle   and   Pistol   Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:     Student  Congress   (2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


WILLIAM   THOMAS    RIMMEY 

Engineering 
General    Engineering 
A.F.S. 

Western    Illinois   State    College 


.  Pekin 


LUCILLE   MARY   RINALDO Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Zoology 
Hilcrest 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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JOHN     DAVID    RINEDOLLAR Rockford 

Commerce 
Management 
Pi    Kappa   Alpha 
House    President    (4);      Men's    Glee   Club    (1,    2); 
Military     Ball      Committee      (3);       Major,      Army 
ROTC;      Infantry   Club;     Military    Council;     Persh- 
ing   Rifles;     Scabbard    and    Blade 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 


THOMAS  MICHAEL   RIORDAN Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Phi    Kappa 
Major,      Army      ROTC;       A.S.C.E. 
American   Military  Engineers 
Christian   Brothers  College 


Society     of 


GUULERMO  ALFONSO  RIOS  ..  Bogota,   Colombia 
Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
University   of  the  Andes 


MARGARET    TOBY    RIPPINGER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in  French 
Philea 
University  Chorus   (3,  4);     French  Club;     Gamma 
Delta;     German   Club 

Navy   Pier  Activities:   Dance   Committee;   Choir 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RAFAEL    ROA Bogota,    Columbia 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
Major    Chairman,     Foreign    Student    Group     (4); 
A.F.S.;     A.S.A.E.;     A.S.M.E. 
University   of   the   Andes 


DONALD     STUART     ROBERTSON Berlin 

Agriculture 

Teacher  Training  in  Agriculture 

Alpha   Tau  Alpha;     Illinois   Disciples    Foundation 

Student     Council      (1,     2,     3,     4);       Agricultural 

Economics    Club;     Agriculture   Club 


MARCIA   ROBINETT   

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Chi   Omega 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,   2) 


BETTY  JO   ROBINSON Kansas 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Delta   Gamma 


GERALD    JOSEPH    ROBINSON.  .Cincinnati,    Ohio 

Engineering 

Metallurgical   Engineering 

Tau   Beta   Pi;     Alpha  Sigma   Mu;    A.F.S.;     M.I.S. 

University  of  Cincinnati;     Cornell   University 


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JORGE     ROCHA Bogota,     Colombia 

Commerce 
Economics    and    Statistics 
Brena    House 
Y.M.C.A.      Committee       (3);        Marketing      Club; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Management 
University  of  the  Andes 


MARGARET    ROEDER 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Kappa    Kappa   Gamma 
Illinois   Wesleyan    University 


.  Ottawa 


RICHARD    ALEXANDER    ROGERS Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising   Design 
Sigma    Chi 
Honors    Day    (3) 
Beloit    College 


LEO    NELSON    ROHACH Zeigler 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Economics 
Cagle  Hall 
Spanish    Club 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Southern    Illinois;     Navy   Pier  Extension   of  the 
University  of   Illinois 


ROBERT    ERLING    ROHDE Peoria 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;       Synton;       Engineering     Council 
(4) 

Bradley    University 


ELEANOR    ANNE     ROLLO MoNne 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Presby    Hall 
lllini    Union   Committee    (2);    Campus    Chest    (3, 
4);     W.A.A.    (2,    3,    4);      House    President    (4),' 
McKinley   Foundation   Student   Council    (3,   4) 
Moline    Community   College 


SANDRA    FAY    ROMANOFF Chicago 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
E.K.T.    Club 
Kappa   Delta   Pi;     lllini   Union   Committee    (1,2, 
3);     Campus  Chest   (1 ) 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


JOSE  MANUEL  ROMERO.  ...  Riohacha,   Colombia 
Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
University  of  the  Andes 


RUTH  ESTHER   ROMOSER Oak  Park 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   English 
Sigma   Kappa 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,   2,   3);     Star  Course 
Manager    (1,    2);      University     Lutheran     Chapel 
Foundation     Student    Council     (2,     3);      Gamma 
Delta 


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RICHARD   SIDNEY   ROOF Palatine 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Paradise   Lost 
The  lllio   (4) 


GORDON    LEE    ROPP Normal 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Farm   House 
Sachem;      Star    and    Scroll;       I  Mini     Union     Board 
(4);       Major     Chairman     Town     Meetings      I  Mini 
Union  Committee    (3);     lllini   Union  Council    (3); 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2,    3,   4);    Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (1);     Freshman    Council    (1);     All-Ag 
Field    Day    Committee     (1);      Alumni    Association 
Board      (1);       Freshman     Week     Committee     (1); 
Military    Ball   Committee    (3,    4);     Plowboy   Prom 
Committee     (1,     2);       Second     Lieutenant,     Army 
ROTC;       Phalanx;       Zeta     Sigma     Alpha;       Agri- 
culture  Club;     Dairy   Production   Club;     Hoof   and 
Horn    Club 

ALBERT    PETERSON     ROSANES Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Pi    Kappa    Phi 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


KENNETH     ROSE Bloomington,     Ind. 

Engineering 
Physics 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Pi    Mu    Epsilon; 
Physics    Society 

Honors    Day    (3);     University   of    Illinois   Scholar- 
ship  Key 


DOROTHY    ANNE    ROSECRANS Champaign 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Alpha    Delta    Pi 
The     lllio      (2);       McKinley     Foundation     Student 
Council    (3,    4);     Home    Economics   Club 


DORIS     ANN     ROSENAU Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 

Psychology 

Palamar 

The      lllio      (1);        Y.W.C.A.      Committee      (3}; 

W.A.A.     (3,    4);      University    Theatre    Committee 

(3,  4) 


BEATRICE    MARY    ROSENBERG 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Busey   Hall 


GERALD     FRANK     ROSENBERG 

Journalism 
Radio 
Alpha    Epsilon    Pi 
WILL   (1);     LAS  Council    (2,   3,  4) 


.Chicago 


JERROLD   SAMUEL  ROSENWASSER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Speech 
Lundgren    House 
University   Theatre   Cast    (3);    Navy   Pier   Alumni 
Association 

Navy    Pier  Activities:     Debate   Team 
Wright    Junior    College;     Navy    Pier    Extension 
of   the    University    of    Illinois 

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HELEN      MARIE      ROSSETTI Carlinville 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 

Evans  Hall 
Torch;  Alpha  Chron;  Campus  Chest  (4); 
W.G.S.  Executive  Council  (1);  Student  Senate 
(2,  4);  First  Regimental  Band  (1);  Women's 
Glee  Club  (1);  Plowboy  Prom  Committee  (1); 
Home  Economics  Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

Blackburn   College 

HARVEY    LESLIE    ROTH ...  .Queens   Village,    N.Y. 
Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
I.A.S.;     lllini   Forensic  Association 


LEOPOLD     ROTHER      Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Flagg    House 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JUDITH   ANN    ROTMAN 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Tall    lllini    {1,    2) 


.Chicago 


LORRAINE   MARY  ROULETTE Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Political   Science 
Zeta    Tau   Alpha 
The     lllio     (3);      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 
Navy    Pier    Activities:     Theatre    Guild    Business 
Manager    (1 J 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


THOMAS   CHARLES   ROWADER  ..  Prospect   Heights 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Sigma    Pi 
Sachem,   president    (3);     Phi   Eta  Sigma;     Campus 
Chest    (1,    2);      Board    of    Fraternity    Affairs    (3, 
4);     Interfraterntty   Council    {2,    3,   4),    president 
(4);     Student   Senate    (2,    3);     Freshman   Council 
(1);      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Golf    Squad     (1, 
2,   3,   4),   Letter    (1,   2,   3,   4);     Freshman   Week 
Committee   (3,   4);    Interfraternity   Ball   Committee 
(2,   3),    Chairman    (3) 
Honors    Day    {1 ,   2) 

FLOY   D-ONN    ROWLAND Boston,   Mass. 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 

Voice 

Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

University    Chorus    [1,    2);     Women's    Glee    Club 

(1,  2);    Oratorio  Society   (1,  2,  3,  4);    Terrapin 

(2,    3,    4);     German    Club 


EDWARD    JOSEPH    ROWLEY Chicago 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Newman    Hall 
Agriculture  Club;     Hoof  and    Horn   Club 


MARY    RUBENIS    Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Bacteriology 
Busey    Hall 
W.A.A.    (3,   4) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MARILYN    DIANE    RUBENSTEIN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
French    Club;     Sociology   Club;     W.A.A.    (3) 

Navy     Pier    Activities:      Pier     lllini;      Student 
Congress;      Orchesis 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


FRED    LEE    RUBIN Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi  Epsilon  Pi 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma;  The  Daily  lllini  (1); 
lllini  Union  Committee  (1,  2);  Interfraternity 
Council  (3);  Baseball  Manager  (1,  2);  lllini 
Insurance  Society;  Marketing  Club;  Society  for 
the  Advancement   of  Management 


WILHAM    LEWIS    RUBLE Decatur 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Roojah 
McKinley     Foundation     Student    Council     (3,    4); 
Infantry   Club 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


RODNEY    RICHARD    RUCH Springfield 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemistry 
Sigma   Pi 
Midshipman,    NROTC;      German    Club 


JAMES   GREGORY   RUDOLPH La  Crosse,   Wis. 

Engineering 

Electrical  Engineering 

Moore   Hall 

Sigma    Tau;     Tau    Beta    Pi;      Eta    Kappa    Nu;      Pi 

Mu   Epsilon;     House  President   (1);     Major,  Army 

ROTC;      A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


JOHN   MARTIN   RUFFNER South   Bend,   Ind. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Design 
Acacia 
Gargoyle;      Scarab,     president     (4);      University 
Theatre  Cast    (1);     Student  Senate    (1,  2,  3,  4); 
Fine  and  Applied  Arts  Council    (3,  4),  president 
(4);     A. I. A. 

Indiana    University 


DOROTHY    DEE    RUMSFELD Naperville 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Speech 
Kappa    Kappa   Gamma 
Monticello   College 


EDWARD  CHRIS  RUNGE St.   Peter 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training   in  Agriculture 
Browery 
Alpha      Zeta;        Alpha      Tau      Alpha;        Lutheran 
Foundation   Student  Council    (3,  4);     Agricultural 
Education      Club;       Agriculture     Club;       Gamma 
Delta;     Horticulture  Club 
Honors   Day    (2,  3) 


CHARLES   ROBERT   RUNYON ..  .Arlington   Heights 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music 

Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 

Star    and    Scroll;      lllini    Union    Committee     (1); 

Concert     Band     (2,     3,    4);      Football     Marching 

Band     (1,    2,     3,     4);       First     Regimental     Band 

(1.    2) 


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WILLIAM   RICHARD  RUSSELL Olean,  N.Y. 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Engineering    Council    (3,    4);      I.A.S.;     S.A.E. 
Northrop   Aeronautical    Institute 


LORENZA    ANN     RUSSO Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Speech    Correction 
Busey     Hall 
Zeta   Phi   Eta 


SALLY   JOYCE    RUTTENBERG Dayton,    Ohio 

Education 
Elementary  Education 
Alpha    Epsilon    Phi 
Miami   University 


DONNA    VERONICA    RUYS Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial   Teaching 
Delta    Zeta 
Panhellenic    Ball    Committee    (3) 
Morgan   Park  Junior  College 


MARY   JO   RYERSON Davenport,    Iowa 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    English 
Alpha    Xi    Delta 
Pennsylvania    State    University 


GERALDINE    SALLY    RYNDAK Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Zeta   Tau   Alpha 
The    lllio    (2);      House    President    (3);      Physical 
Education     Majors     Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:     W.A.A.   Board 
DePaul     University;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of 
the   University   of   Illinois 


EDWARD    RZEWNICKI    Zeigler 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Engineering  Council   (3,  4);    A.S.C.E.;     I.T.E. 
Southern    Illinois    University 


JORDAN    HOWARD    SACHS Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Tau    Epsilon    Phi 
Alpha    Delta    Sigma;      Star    Course    Manager     (1, 
2);       First     Lieutenant,     Army    ROTC;      Marketing 
Club 


FRANKLIN    THEODORE   SAEGER Quincy 

Engineering 
General      Engineering 
A.F.S.;      Illinois   Society   of  General    Engineers 
Quincy   College 


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LUDMILA    SAFUS    Berwyn 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Arkansas  State  Teachers'  College;  University 
of  Chicago;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  Uni- 
versity of   Illinois 


JOHN    EDWIN    SAGRAVES 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy   Club 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


.  Marshall 


NANCY    LOUISE    SALKELD Bloomington 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Delta    Delta    Delta 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;       I  Mini     Union    Committee 
(1);       Star     Course     Manager     (2);        Y.W.C.A. 
Committee    ( 1  ) 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 


DONALD    GEORGE    SAMMONS Chicago 

Physical     Education 

Physical     Education 
Phi     Epsilon     Kappa;       Varsity    Swimming     Squad 
(4);     Dolphins    (3,   4) 
DePaul    University 


HERSHEL    DWAIN    SANDERS Christopher 

Agriculture 

Teacher  Training   in  Agriculture 

Alpha     Phi     Omega;      Alpha     Tau    Alpha;       lllini 

Rural      Observer      (3);       Captain,     Army     ROTC; 

Agricultural     Education    Club;       Agriculture     Club 


DENNIS    HENRY    SAPP Centralia 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Architectural   Engineering 

Centralia   Township   Junior   College 


RAYMOND    EDWARD    SARIK Chicago 

Law 

Law 
Phi     Alpha     Delta;       Y.M.C.A.     Committee     (3); 
WILL      (4);       Junior      Bar     Association;       Young 
Democrats    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DAVID    LEE    SAUDER Roanoke 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Tau   Kappa    Epsilon 
Sigma  Tau;     Captain,  Air  Force   ROTC;    A.I.E.E.- 
I.R.E. 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Bradley    University 


MARY    LOUISE    SAUER 

Fine   and  Applied   Arts 
Music   Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Sigma    Alpha    lota    (3,    4) 
Millikin    University 


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SAMUEL  WILLIAM   SAX Chicago- 
Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Economic 
Phi    Epsilon    Pi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (2);      University    Theatre 
Cast      (1,     2);       Military     Ball     Committee      (3); 
Ensign,    NROTC;      Navy    Council;      Scabbard    and 
Blade;      Finance    Club;      lllini    Sportsman's    Club; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Management 


LARRY    SIGMOND    SCHAFFEL Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;     The    Daily    lllini    (3,   4),    City 
Editor    (4);     House   President    (3);     WILL    (4) 

Navy      Pier     Activities:        Pier      lllini.      Editor; 
Student    Congress 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


WILLIAM    FRED    SCHALLER Bunker    HiU 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
Kumonami 
Agriculture    Club;      Dairy    Production    Club;    Hoof 
and    Horn    Club 


KATHLEEN     MARIE     SCHAUB Westmont 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in  Geography 
Palamar 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee  (3,  4);     W.A.A.    (4);     Rifle 
and    Pistol    Club 


SANDRA     FAYE    SCHAUB Decatur 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Geography 
Chi    Omega 
Flying    Club 

Denison    University 


BARBARA    ELLEN    SCHEDEL Bloomington 

Commerce 
Personnel     Management 
Chi    Omega 
Torch;       Shi-Ai;       Mask     and     Bauble;       Phi     Chi 
Theta;      The    lllio     (1  );      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1);     University   Theatre    Manager    (2,    3);     Star 
Course    Manager     (2);      Commerce    Council     (3); 
University  Theatre   Board    (3} 
Honors    Day    (2) 

FERDINAND   RAY   SCHEELER Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
A. I. A. 


CAROL   JEAN   SCHEIBE Argo 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in    Social    Studies 
Gamma    House 
Women's    Glee    Club     (4);       lllini     Forensic    As- 
sociation;     Young    Democrats   Club 

Grinnell    College;     Northwestern    University 


FRANCES   ELEANOR    SCHIESSER Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Palamar 
W.A.A.    (2);     Accountancy  Club;     Gamma  Delta; 
German   Club 
Albion    College 


LAVAUN    ADELE    SCHILD Park    Ridge 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
Mortar    Board,     president     (4);      Torch;      Shi-Ai; 
Gamma     Alpha     Chi;       Theta     Sigma     Phi;       The 
Daily    lllini    (1,    2,    3);      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1) 
Honors   Day    (2,  3) 


BRUCE   MAYNARD   SCHILDT 

Agriculture 
General     Agriculture 
lundgren    House 


GRACE   LOUISE   SCHLAEGER Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial     Teaching 
Palamar 
Accountancy  Club;     Marketing   Club;     Society  for 
the  Advancement  of  Management;     Young   Demo- 
crats  Club 

Ripon    College 


DOROTHY  MAE   SCHLITT Chicago 

Education 
Biology 
Busey   Hall 
Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 

Navy    Pier  Activities:     Pier    lllini    (1) 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois;      Northwestern   University 


MELVIN    JACOB     SCHLUETER Belleville 

Agriculture 
Horticulture 
Nabor  House 
Tomahawk,    president    (2);     Y.M.C.A.    Committee 
(2);     M.I. A.  Executive  Council    (1,2,4);     House 
President    (3);      lllini    Rural    Observer    (2);    Agri- 
cultural   Council     (2,    3,    4);      All-Ag    Field    Day 
Committee    (2);      Plowboy    Prom     Committee     (I, 
2);       Agriculture     Education     Club;       Agriculture 
Club;      Field    and    Furrow;      Hoof  and    Horn    Club; 
Horticulture      Club,      president      (3,      4);        Rural 
Life  Club 

ROBERT  WAYNE  SCHMELTZER Berwyn 

Engineering 

Civil    Engineering 

Medea 

House     President     (4);       Captain,     Army     ROTC; 

Pershing    Rifles;    A.S.C.E;    Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 

Honors    Day    (2) 


JANET   HELEN    SCHMITT Mount   Vernon 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Alpha    Delta    Pi 
The   lllio    (2,   3);     lllini   Union   Committee    (4) 
MacMurray    College 


JOAN    RUTH   SCHMIDT Atlanta 

Education 

Elementary     Education 

Delta    Delta    Delta 

The    lllio    (1);      lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2); 

Y.W.C.A.      Committee      (2);       Panhellenic      Ball 

Committee    (2) 


JOHN    LOUIS    SCHMIDT Gibson    City 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Sigma   Pi 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Gargoyle,    president     (5); 
Sigma   Tau;     Tau   Beta   Pi;     Scarab;     Star   Course 
Manager    (2);       Freshman    Varsity    Track    Squad; 
Football    Marching    Band    (1,   2,   3);     First   Regi- 
mental  Band    (1,   2,   3);     Fine  and  Applied   Arts 
Council    (5);     Second   Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


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RICHARD   FRANK   SCHMITZ La  Grange 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
German    Club;      Navy    Pier  Alumni   Association 

University  of  Notre  Dame;  Roosevelt  Col- 
lege; Lyons  Township  Junior  College;  Navy 
Pier   Extension   of   the   University   of    Illinois 


HERBERT   WILLIAM    SCHNEIDER Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Gargoyle;      A. I. A.;      Society    of    American    Mili- 
tary   Engineers 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JOHN   CLIFFORD   SCHNEIDER Oak   Lawn 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Tau    Beta    Pi;     Pi   Tau   Sigma;    S.A.E. 
Illinois    Institute   of  Technology 


LEE    FREDERICK   SCHRADER Okawville 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
Captain,     Army     ROTC;      Agricultural    Economics 
Club,   president    (3);     Agriculture  Club 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


VERLE    NEWTON    SCHROOT Sullivan 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Sigma    Tau;     Phi    Lambda    Upsilon 
St.  Ambrose  College 


HOWARD    EUGENE    SCHROEDER Decatur 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Kumonami 
Gargoyle;        Second      Lieutenant,      Army      ROTC; 
National   Defense  Transportation;     A. I. A.;     Gam- 
ma   Delta 

Honors     Day      (1,     3);       University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship     Key 


GENE    ALFRED    SCHUGART Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Industrial     Design 
lllini      Union      Committee       (3);        Midshipman, 
NROTC;      German    Club;      Synton 


DONALD    KENNETH    SCHUHRKE Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Sigma   Tau;     Phi   Eta   Sigma;     Tau    Beta    Pi 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


JOY    AUDREY    SCHULZ Cicero 

Fine    and    Applied^   Arts 
Music    Education 
Evans   Hall 
Mu    Phi    Epsilon;      lllini    Union    Committee;      Uni- 
versity   Orchestra    (I,    2,    3,    4) 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


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Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Alpha     Kappa     Psi;      Commerce    Council     (3,    4); 
Arnold    Air   Society;      Pershing    Rifles;      Marketing 
Club;     Society   for   the   Advancement   of   Manage- 
ment 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 


SUE     SCHURMAN     Winnetka 

Education 

Education  of  Mentally  Handicapped   Children 

Delta  Gamma 
The  Doily  lllini  (2);  The  lllio  (3);  Y.W.C.A. 
Committee  (2);  Campus  Chest  (2);  W.A.A. 
Board  (1);  Student  Senate  (2);  N.S.A.  Senate 
Subcommittee  (2);  French  Club;  Philosophy 
Discussion    Club 


ELIAS    SCHWARZ     Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Paradise   Lost 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Oscar    von    Miller    Polytechnicum;      Navy    Pier 
Extension    of    the    University    of    Illinois 


FLORENCE    UDELSON    SCHWARTZ Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 

Laurel    House 
University    Theatre    Crew     (1);      W.A.A.;      Hillel 
Foundation     Student    Council     (1 );      Home     Eco- 
nomics Club 
Honors  Day    (1,3) 

Navy     Prer     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

SANDRA    LEE   SCHWARTZ Highland   Park 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 

English     Literature 

Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     Sigma    Alpha    Iota;      The 

Daily    lllini     (1  J;      Channing    Foundation    Student 

Council    (2);     German   Club 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 


TERRELL   CARY   SCHWARZ Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Navy   Pier  Activities:     Pier   lllini    (1);     Debate 
Team    (1,    3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois;     Wright  Junior   College 


JO  ANN    ELIZABETH    SCOGGINS Godfrey 

Education 

Education   of  Mentally   Handicapped  Children 

Alpha    Xi    Delta 
The    lllio    (2);      lllini    Union   Committee    (2,    3); 
House   President    (3,  4) 

Monticello    Junior    College 


ATTILIO    GERARD    SCOTESE Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
The   Mansion 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JOE    SCOTT    Centralia 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Delta    Chi 

Alpha     Kappa     Psi;      Y.M.C.A.     Committee    (2); 

Accountancy     Club;       Marketing     Club;       Student 

Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 


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VIRGINIA   MAE    SCOTT Chrisman 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
McKinley    Hall 
W.A.A.    Numerals;      W.A.A.    (1,    2,    3,    4);      Mc- 
Kinley   Foundation    Student   Council    (3) 


MARGARET    JEAN    SCRANTON Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Political     Science 
Fehner    House 
Alpha    Sigma    Nu;      lllini    Union    Committee    (1); 
Major     I;       W.A.A.     Numerals;      W.A.A.     (1,    2, 
3,  4);     House  President   (4);    Terrapin   (1);     LAS 
Council     (1,    2,    3,    4);      Junior    Bar    Association; 
Rifle  and   Pistol   Club;     Spanish   Club 


SHIRLEY     JUNE     SEARCY Decatur 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Palamar 
Alpha    Sigma    Nu;      Major    I;     W.A.A.    Numerals; 
W.A.A.    (1,    2,    3,    4);     Gamma    Delta,    president 
(4);    Physical    Education    Majors   Club 
Honors    Day   (3) 


JOAN    SEARING    Lincolnwood 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 

Chemistry 

Alpha   Delta   Pi 

Phi     Kappa     Phi;      Alpha     Lambda     Delta;      lota 

Sigma  Pi;     lllini  Union  Committee   (1,  2);  House 

President   (3);     A.C.S. 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JOAN    ARLENE    SEARS Normal 

Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Latin 
Zeta   Tau   Alpha 
Alpha     Lambda     Delta;      The     lllio     (2);      lllini 
Union    Committee    (2);      lllini    Forensic    Associa- 
tion 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 

Illinois    State    Normal    University 


GENE  MICHAEL  SEBASKY Taylorvill* 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Rogers    House 
House    President    (3);      Major,    Air   Force    ROTC; 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 


DONALD    WILMER    SEIFFERTH Bellevill* 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha   Kappa   Psi;     Delta  Sigma  Omicron;     Quizz 
Kids    (1,   2,   3,  4) 


CHARLES    EUGENE    SEMEL Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
Zeta    Beta    Tau 
American  Academy  of  Art;   Chicago  Art   Institute; 
Chicago   Academy   of   Fine   Arts 


ROBERT  LOUIS  SEMMELROTH Belleville 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Lundgren     House 
Newman     Foundation     Student     Council      (3,     4); 
Marketing   Club 

Belleville   Township   Junior   College 


DENNIS    LEE    SERDAHL Galesburg 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta   Phi 
Star    and    Scroll,     president     (4);      Interfraternity 
Council    (1,  2);     University  Choir   (3,  4);     Men's 
Glee  Club    (1,   2,   3,   4),   president    (4);   Oratorio 
Society    (3);     Second   lieutenant,  Air   Force   ROTC 

LUIS    SERRON Lima,    Peru 

liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 

HELEN   MARIE   SHABINO Park   Ridge 

Education 
French 
Evans  Hall 
Carleton    College 

JEROME   BERNARD   SHAFFER Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Phi    Sigma    Delta 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;      The    Daily    lllini     (1,    2,    3); 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1,    2);       Interfraternity 
Council     (2,    3);      WILL    (1);      LAS    Council     (2, 
3) 

JEAN   ELIZABETH   SHANBERG Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Sigma    Delta    Tou 
Gamma     Alpha     Chi;        lllini      Union     Committee 
(1,    2,    3);     Student   Senate    (1,2) 
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JULIUS     SHAPIRO      Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma    Alpha    Mu 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1);       Student     Senate 
(2,   3) 

GALEY    VERONA    SHAPPERT Belvidere 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Kappa    Alpha   Theta 
Theta     Sigma     Phi,     president      (4);       The     lllio 
(1,   2);     lllini   Union   Committee    (1);   Journalism 
Council    (4) 
Honors    Day     (3) 

JACK    WILLIAM    SHAVER Tilton 

Commerce 

Economics 
Wikia 
Accountancy   Club;     I Ili-Knights;    Marketing    Club; 
Student  Junior  Chamber  of  Commerce 

WALTER  MAX   SHAW Chicago 

Agriculture 
General   Agriculture 
Theta    Delta    Chi 
University     Chorus     (1,     2);       Agriculture     Club; 
Field  and   Furrow;     Hoof  and   Horn   Club;   Market- 
ing  Club 


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VIVIAN     RUTH     SHAY Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Lincoln   Avenue  Residence 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta 
Honors   Day    (1,2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

JAMES     EDWARD    SHEFFIELD Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Political     Science 
Parade   Ground    Units 
House   President    (4) 

Texas     College;       Roosevelt     College;       Wilson 
Junior  College 

CHARLES     EDWIN    SHEPHERD Peoria 

Law 

Law 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
Sachem;     Phi    Delta    Phi;      lllini    Union   Committee 
(2);     Star   Course   Manager    (1,    2,    3);     Campus 
Chest       (1);        Interfraternity     Council       (1,      2); 
Captain,    Air   Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air    Society; 
lllini    Forensic   Association;     Junior   Bar   Associa- 
tion 
Honors    Day    (3) 

VERNON     DEAN     SHEPHERD Tolono 

Agriculture 
Vocational  Agriculture 
Pi    Kappa    Phi 
Agriculture    Education    Club;      Second    Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC 

JEROME   SHEPPARD New   York,    N.Y. 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi    Gamma    Iota;      Beta    Alpha    Psi;     Sigma    lota 
Epsilon,      president      (4);       Accountancy     Club 
St.    Louis   University;     Pace  College 

BASIL  JOSEPH   SHERLOCK Chicago 

Education 
Teacher    Training    in    Biology 
College   Hall 
Teachers-in-Training     Club 

Wilson    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of   the   University   of   Illinois 

VERA   SHEVCHUK    Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Ruste    Armes 
Y.W.C.A.   Committee   (3);     House  President    (4); 
lllini    Christian    Fellowship    (3) 
North    Park    Junior    College 


PEARL   CHANG-CHAO   SHIH 

Taipeh,    Taiwan,     China 
Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln  Avenue   Residence 
University    Chorus     (2);      Chinese    Students    Club 
Mount    Mary    College 


ANN    SHILLADEY     Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Gamma     Alpha     Chi;        lllini     Union     Committee 
(1,    2) 


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RAY    GEORGE    SHLAUSTAS Chicago 

Fine    end    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Alpha   Rho   Chi 
Tau    Nu   Tau;     A. I. A.;     Student   Congress 

University  of  Georgia;  Navy  Pier  Extension 
of   the  University   of    Illinois 

DORIS   MAE    SHOCKLEY Oak    Park 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Ohio    Wesleyan    University;     Roosevelt    College 

JACK    CHARLES   SHOCKLEY Alton 

Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
Freshman    Varsity  Track   Squod;     A.S.M.E. 

ROBERT    DEAN   SHONK Oblong 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Delta    Sigma    Pi 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 

Central  Michigan  College;  Michigan  College 
of  Mining  and  Technology;  Michigan  State 
College 

DONALD   BEAM   SHUFORD Tyler,   Texas 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Varsity    Fencing    Squad;      Freshman    Varsity    Fenc- 
ing   Squad 

Southern    Methodist    University 

JACK   KENNER   SHUTT Danville 

Commerce 
Management 
Varsity    Wrestling    Squad    (1,    2,    3,    4);     Second 
Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Armor   Club 

ROBERT    AARON    SICK Downers    Grove 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta   Chi 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      lllini    Union    Committee    (2,    3); 
Accountancy   Club;     Marketing    Club;     Society   for 
the   Advancement   of   Management 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 

WILLIAM   SIDER    Chicago 

Commerce 

Accountancy 
Pi   Lambda   Phi 
Accountancy    Club 

JESSIE     KAYE     SIEPKER Quincy 

Education 

Elementary     Education 
Alpha    Delta    Pi 
lllini    Union    Committee    (3);     Campus    Chest    (3) 
Stephens    College 


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HARRIET    ANNE    SIFFERD Urbana 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 

English 

The     Daily     lllini      (1);       University     Choir      (3); 

Women's   Glee   Club    (1);     Oratorio   Society    (3) 

Blockburn    College 

JOSEPH    SILVA     La  Grange 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Latin   American   Studies 
Phi    Alpha   Theta;    Sigma    Delta    Pi 
Honors   Day    (2) 
Roosevelt   College 

JASON   SILVERSTEIN West   Newton,   Mass. 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Sigma    Alpha    Mu 
Varsity     Fencing     Squad     (4);       Freshman    Varsity 
Fencing   Squad;     Hi  Me  I    Foundation   Student  Coun- 
cil     (3,     4);       Scimitar;       Spanish    Club;       Young 
Democrats    Club 
Boston    University 

MARTHA    HELEN    SIMER Monticello 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics    Education 
Omicron    Nu;      Home    Economics    Club 
James    Millikin    University 

ANITA     ETTA    SIMKIN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Hillel     Foundation     Student     Council     (4);       Navy 
Pier   Alumni    Association;     Spanish   Club 

Roosevelt    College;       Navy     Pier     Extension     of 
the   University   of    Illinois 

RICHARD    HENRY    SIMMS Albion 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Plowboy  Prom   Committee   (2);     Agriculture  Club; 
Hoof   and   Horn    Club 

DANIEL    RALPH   SIMON Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
The    Daily    lllini    (3);      lllini    Forensic  Association 
University   of   Chicago 

JOHN    STEPHEN    SIMON Springfield 

Engineering 

Sanitary  and  Civil   Engineering 

Kappa  Sigma 

The  Daily   lllini   (1);     Interfraternity  Council    (1); 

House  President    (4);     Second   Lieutenant,   Marine 

PLC;     A.S.C.E.;     Mu   San 

ANN    MARIE    SIMONS Quincy 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Alpha    Phi 
lota  Sigma   Pi;   Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (2);  A.C.S. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

University    of    Missouri 


THOMAS    KING    SIMPSON Oak    Park 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Illinois    Institute    of    Technology;      Fournier    In- 
stitute of  Technology 


JOYCE    DAWN    SINGER Chicago 

Liberal  Arts   and  Sciences 
Elementary  Education 
Busey  Hall 
Alpha   Lambda  Delta    (1);     W.A.A.   (1,   2);   Navy 
Pier   Alumni    Association    (2) 
Honors    Day    (1) 

Roosevelt    College;       Navy     Pier     Extension     of 
the    University    of    Illinois 


DAVID    EMIL    SIRP Naperville 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Economics 
House     President     (2);      Agricultural     Economics 
Club;     A.S.A.E. 

North   Central   College 


AMELIA    FRANCES    SISUL Chicago 

Agriculture 

Hospital     Dietetics 

Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 

Newman     Foundation     Student     Council     (3,     4); 

Freshman    Week    Committee     (3);      French    Club; 

Home    Economics    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ELAINE    MARION   SKADBERG .  .Arlington   Heights 
Education 
Elementary  Education 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Shorter   Board;     The   lllio    ( 1 ,   2,   3,  4) ,   Business 
Manager      (4);        lllini      Union      Committee      (2); 
Y.W.C.A.    Cabinet    (2,    3,    4);      Y.W.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (1,    2);      University    Chorus    (1,    2) 


JAMES    HUGUS    SLAYMAN Urbana 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art 
lllini   Union   Committee    (1);     Orchesis    (2,   3) 
Honors   Day    (3) 


VELMA    SLEIGHT    Griggsville 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Busey  Hall 
All-Ag     Field     Day     Committee      (2);       Plowboy 
Prom    Committee    (3);      Home    Economics    Club 


AGRIS  SLESERS Rioo,   lotv;0 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Geology 
Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ROY    CURTIS    SMALL Harrisburg 

Journalism 
Publication   Management 
Beta    Theta    Pi 
Sigma    Delta    Chi,    president    (4);   The   Daily    lllini 
(4);     Star  Course  Manager    (2);     Campus   Chest, 
Chairman     of     Fund     Drive     (2);       Interfraternity 
Council    (2);     Student   Senate    (2,   3);      Freshman 
Council    Chairman    (1);    Mens  Glee   Club    (1,    2); 
Campus    Chest    Allocations    and    Advisory    Board 
(2);      Freshman    Week    Committee     (2);      Senior 
Announcements    Committee    Chairman     (4);      Ger- 
man  Club 

JAN    SMID River    Grove 

Physical     Education 

Physical     Education 
Phi    Kappa    Sigma 
Tribe  of  lllini;     Varsity  Football   Squad    (I,    2,  3, 
4),       Captain      (4),      Letter      (2,     3,      4);       First 
Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Alpha    Rho    Tau 


CONRAD    ANDREW    SKIMINA Elmhurst 

Agriculture 
Agricultural    Science 
Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (3);       Agriculture     Club; 
Field   and    Furrow 

Wright    Junior    College 


ROBERTA    LOIS    SKOLNIK Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Sigma    Delta    Tau 
Kappa   Delta   Pi;     Alpha    Lambda  Delta 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


RICHARD    JAMES    SKULINA Cicero 

Engineering 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.;      A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;      S.A.E.;      Synton 
Morton    Junior    College 


STANLEY    JOSEPH    SKUTNIK Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ADRIENNE    JEAN    SMITH Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Psychology 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Psi    Chi,    president   (4);     University   Theatre    Crew 
(1);      LAS    Council     (4) 


CHARLES    HAYDEN    SMITH Urbane 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Phi    Delta    Theta 
Second    Lieutenant,    Air    Force    ROTC;      A.S.C.E.; 
lllini    Sportsman's    Club 


GERALDINE    SMITH     Freeport 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Sherwood    Lodge 
lllini   Union   Committee    (3,   4);    Lutheran   Founda- 
tion  Student  Council 
Grinnell   College 


IRVIN    DARROW    SMITH » Topeka 

Agriculture 
Teacher     Training     in     Agriculture 
Roger's   House 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      House    President    (3);    Persh- 
ing   Rifles;      Agricultural    Education    Club 
Honors    Day    ( 3) 


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LARRY    DUANE    SMITH Decatur 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Delta    Upsilon 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Eta    Kappa    Nu; 
Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;     A.I  .E.E.-I.R.E. 
Honors      Day      (2,      3);        University     of      Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


LAURENCE     REDMOND    SMITH Quincy 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Phi    Kappa 
Skull    and    Crescent;     Freshman   Varsity   Wrestling 
Squad;     First    Lieutenant,    Army  ROTC 


LENORE     SMITH     Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and    Sciences 
Teacher    Training    in    English 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MARGARET  JO  SMITH Wood   River 

Education 
Education     of     Mentally     Handicapped      Children 

McKinley    Hall 
Y.W.C.A.     Cabinet     (4};       Y.W.C.A.     Committee 
(3) 

Northwestern    University 


MAUREEN    KELLEY    SMITH 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music 
Chi    Omega 
Sigma   Alpha   lota 
Stephens    College 


RONALD    GENE    SMITH Akin 

Agriculture 
Teacher   Training    in    Agriculture 
Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Infantry   Club;     Scabbard 
and    Blade;     Agricultural    Education    Club 


ROY   SMITH    Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma  Alpha  Mu 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1,    2);    Second    Lieuten- 
ant, Army   ROTC;     Zeta  Sigma  Alpha;     Marketing 
Club 


WAYNE    SMITH,    JR Hammond,    La. 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma    Chi 
Alpha  Phi    Omega;     Society   for  the  Advancement 
of  Management 

University   of  Mississippi 


WILLIAM    DUNCAN    SMITH 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Lambda   Chi    Alpha 

The    lllio    (2);     Marketing    Club 


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IAMES    MICHAEL    SMOKORSKI Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Club   Esquire 
Alpha   Kappa   Psi;     Beta   Alpha   Psi;     Accountancy 
Club 

Honors     Day     (1,     2,     3);       University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


BETTY    MARIE    SNIDER Urbano 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
Alpha    Chi   Omega 
Torch;     Phi   Chi   Theta;     Student   Senate    (2) 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 


FRED   SAMUEL   SNYDER,   JR Georgetown 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Tara    Hall 
Sigma    Gamma    Tau;      Engineering    Council     (4); 
Glider  Club;     I.A.S. 
Honors    Day    (2,    3) 


JUDITH    ESTHER   SNYDER Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Hilcrest 
Hillel    Foundation   Student    Council    (3,    4) 
Navy    Pier   Activities:      Pier    lllini    (1,    2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


CARL    MARVIN    SOLAR Chicago 

Engineering 

Electrical     Engineering 

Alpha    Epsilon    Pi 

Sigma     Tau;       Eta      Kappa      Nu;        Interfraternity 

Council    (2);     A. I. E.E.-I.R.E.;     lllini  Sportsman's 

Club;     Synton 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


PATRICK    ALLEN     SOLLO Kankakee 

Commerce 
Management 
Flagg    House 
Alpha     Kappa     Psi;       Major,     Army     ROTC;       In- 
fantry  Club;     Scabbard   and    Blade;     Accountancy 
Club;     Society    for    the    Advancement   of   Manage- 
ment 


HOWARD    NORMAN   SOLOTROFF Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Advertising    Design 

Phi    Sigma    Delta 

lllini     Union     Committee     (2,     3,     4);      Football 

Marching     Band     (2);      Second     Regimental     Band 

(2);     Second    Lieutenant,   Air   Force   ROTC 

Chicago  Academy  of  Fine  Arts;     Wilson  Junior 
College 


RICHARD    TAYLOR    SOMERVILLE Peoria 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;    Tau  Beta  Pi;     Phi   Eta  Sigma;     Sigma 
Gamma    Tau;     A.F.S.;      I.A.S. 
Iowa   State   University 


MARY    ELLEN    SOPER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
McKinley    Hall 
W.A.A.    (1,    2,    3,    4) 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


ARISTOTLE     HARRY    SOTER Chicago 

Education 
History 
Lundgren    House 
Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 

Wilson  Junior  College;  Chicago  Teachers' 
College;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University 
of   Illinois 

STEPHEN    EUGENE    SPELTZ Rock    Island 

Engineering 
Electrical      Engineering 
Psi    Upsilon 
The   lllio    (2);     Student  Senate    (2,   3);     Newman 
Foundation   Student   Council    (1,   2);     Engineering 
Council     (2,     3);       Chief    Petty     Officer,     NROTC; 
Navy      Council;        A.I  .E.E.-I  .R.E.;        Illuminating 
Engineering  Society 
Honors    Day    ( 1 ,    2) 

FLORENCE    SCANLON    SPENCER Evanston 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in   English 
Alpha    Omicron    Pi 
Miami    University 

RICHARD     DEAN    SPERRY Brookfield 

Commerce 
Economics 
Finance    Club;      Marketing    Club;     Society    for   the 
Advancement    of    Management 

Loyola     University;       Navy     Pier    Extension     of 
the    University    of    Illinois 

JACQUELYN    ANN    SPIELMAN Freeport 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Sherwood    Lodge 
lllini    Union    Committee    (1);     German    Club 

MYRON    HOBART    SPIGELMAN Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Epstlon    Pi 
Accountancy    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
1 1  linois 

CAROL    JEAN    SPOERL Berwyn 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Gamma    Phi    Beta 
The    lllio    (2);     Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1);    Pan- 
hellenic    Ball    Committee    (1,   3) 

DONALD    HERBERT    SPONHOLZ Berwyn 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Midshipman,    NROTC;      Marketing    Club 
Morton   Junior  College 

LELAND    KEITH   SPRAGLE Apple   River 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi     Gamma     Iota;       Sigma     lota     Epsilon;       Ac- 
countancy  Club;     Society  for  the  Advancement   of 
Management 
Honors    Day     (3) 


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JAMES    GEORGE    SPYROS Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Intramural  Manager    (4);     A.S.C.E. 
Honors    Day    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

JOSEPH   ANTHONY   SRSNICK Ottawa 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Psychology 
Medea    Lodge 
LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby  Junior  College 

ALAN     LOUIS    STACELL Streator 

Fine     and     Applied     Arts 
Painting 
Theta    Chi 
Society    of    Illustrators;      House    President    (3) 

WILMA     JOYCE     STACK Northbrook 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 

Music 

Rosewood 

Sigma   Alpha    Iota;     University    Choir    (2,    3,    4); 

Women's    Glee    Club    (1);     Oratorio    Society    (4) 

JEAN    STAEBLER    Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Science 
English 
Western    Michigan    College 

IRVING   CLARENCE   STANSELL McNabb 

Agriculture 

General    Agriculture 

Alpha    Chi    Rho 

Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;      Infantry    Club; 

Phalanx;       Agriculture     Club;       Dairy     Production 

Club;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club 

MARGARET  STANSFIELD    Lawrenceville 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Palamar 
Blackburn     College 

JUDITH    ANN    STARSKY Toledo,    Ohio 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Sigma    Delta    Tau 
Indiana     University 


CONRAD   ALEXANDER   STAUDACHER Chicago 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Barton    House 
lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post   No.    202;     Marketing 
Club;     Society    for   the   Advancement   of   Manage- 
ment 

Northwestern    University 

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JACK    BEREMAN    STAUFFER Evanston 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Delta    Upsilon 
Interfraternity    Council    (3);     A.S.M.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


BARBARA   JOAN    STEGER Montrose 

Physical     Education 

Physical    Education 
Palamar 
W.A.A.      Board      (2,     3);        Major 
Numerals;     W.A.A.    (1,    2,    3,   4); 
3);     Physical    Education   Majors   Club 


I;        W.A.A. 
Terrapin    (2, 


ROBERT   ALFRED    STEIN Chicago 

Engineering 
Engineering    Physics 
Physics    Society 
Honors    Day    (3} 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


PAUL      BARRINGTON      STEPHENS Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Phi  Gamma   Delta 

Alpha    Phi   Omega;      lllini    Union   Committee    (4); 

Dolphins    (3,    4);     A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E.;     Marketing 

Club;      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association;      S.A.E.; 

Society     for    the    Advancement     of    Management; 

Young     Republicans    Club 

Navy   Pier  Activities:      Letterman's   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 

Illinois 

ROBERT    ARTHUR    STEPHAN Skokie 

Commerce 
Advertising 
Kumonomi 
Alpha     Delta    Sigma;      M.I. A.     Executive    Council 
(4);     Gamma   Delta;     Marketing   Club 
Valparaiso    University 


RICHARD    GAIR    STERN Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Flagg    House 
Pi    Tau    Sigma;     A.S.M.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


MORRIS     HERCHEL     STERNECK Salem 

Physical     Education 

Physical  Education 
Zeta  Beta  Tau 
Star  and  Scroll;  Phi  Epsilon  Kappa;  Tribe  of 
lllini;  Varsity  Basketball  Squad  (2,  3,  4), 
Letter  (3,  4);  Freshman  Varsity  Squad;  Varsity 
Baseball  Squad  (2,  3,  4);  Freshman  Varsity 
Baseball  Squad;  Scabbard  and  Blade;  Physical 
Education    Majors    Club 


GLORIA    ANN     STEVENS 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Joliet  Junior   College 


JAMES  HAROLD  STEVENSON. 
Agriculture 
Marketing 


.  Elmwood    Park 


llli-dell 
House    President 
Agriculture    Club 


2);    Swimming    Manager     (2); 
Hoof    and     Horn     Club;     lllini 
Insurance    Society;     lllini    Sportsman's    Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Elmhurst  College;    DePaul   University 


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JOSEPH     SIDNEY     STEVENSON Streator 

Engineering 
Agricultural     Engineering 
Farm     House 
Y.M.C.A.     Board     of     Directors      (3);       Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (1,    2,    3);      Agriculture    Club;      A.I.- 
Ch.E.;      A.S.A.E.;      Field    and     Furrow;      German 
Club 


ANDREW    JOHN    STIKA,     JR Berwyn 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Anthropology 
Anthropology    Club,    president    (4} 
Morton  Junior  College 


MYRON   STILLERMAN    Chicago 

Journalism 

Advertising 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 
Alpha   Delta   Sigma;     Freshman  Varsity   Wrestling 
Squad;     Second    Regimental    Band    {1,    2) 


GENE    ELAINE    STIMART Downers    Grove 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Gamma   Phi   Beta 
Mortar    Board;      Torch;      Phi    Kappa     Phi;      Alpha 
Lambda      Delta;        Omicron      Nu;        Phi      Upsilon 
Omkron;       The     lllio     (!};       lllini     Union     Com- 
mittee  (1);   Star  Course  Manager   (1);  Y.W.C.A. 
Cabinet    (1,    2,    3,    4),    president  {4);     Y.W.C.A. 
Committee    (1,   2,   3,   4);     Student  Senate    (2,   3); 
Home     Economics     Council     (1,     2);      Home     Eco- 
nomics   Club 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

JAMES    REEVE    STOCKER Western    Springs 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Marketing 
Phi     Kappa    Sigma 
Varsity    Swimming    Squad     (4);      Dolphins     (4) 
Grinnell   College 


ROGER     LEO    STOCKLEY Earlville 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
lllini     Sportsman's     Club 


HERALD     WARREN     STOCKTON Kankakee 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Major,     Air     Force     ROTC;       Flying     Club;       lllini 
Sportsman '  s    Club 
Honors    Day    (2,   3) 


ROBERT    WILLIAM    STODDARD Bloomington 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Baptist     Student     Union      (2,     3,     4);       Pershing 
Rifles;      Accountancy    Club 


DAVID   WILLIAM   STOLZ Armington 

Agriculture 
Teacher    Training    in    Agriculture 
Roojah 
McKinley     Foundation     Student     Council     (3,     4); 
Agricultural    Education    Club 


FOREST    CLYDE    STORM Stewardson 

Agriculture 

General    Agriculture 

Bastille 

House    President    (4);      Second    Lieutenant,    Army 

ROTC;     Agricultural   Economics   Club;     Agriculture 

Club;      Field    and    Furrow 

Honors     Day      (2,      3);       University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship     Key 

BOBBY    GENE    STORY Newton 

Agriculture 
General 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A.      (1);       Agriculture     Club;       Hoof     and 
Horn   Club;      First    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC 
Honors    Day    {1 ,    2) 

FRANK  JOHN   STRACHOTA Berwyn 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Gamma    Delta 
Accountancy    Club 

Navy    Pier    Activities:      Varsity    Football    Squad; 
Lettermen's   Club 

North    Carolina    State    College;     Navy   Pier    Ex- 
tension   of   the   University  of    Illinois 

JOHN    HENRY    STRATHMAN Peoria 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Lambda   Chi  Alpha 
Sigma    Tau;      Tau     Beta    Pi;      Eta    Kappa    Nu;     Pi 
Mu      Epsilon;        III  in  i      Union      Committee      (1); 
Lieutenant,      NROTC;       A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;       Synton 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

RICHARD     WILLIAM     STREAM Springfield 

Education 
Education    of    the    Deaf 
Phi    Kappa    Sigma 
lllini     Union     Committee     (1,     2);       Star     Course 
Manager     (1,     2);       Interfraternity    Council     (2); 
Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;       Zeta     Sigma 
Alpha 

SPENCER   STRELLIS    Chicago 

Liberal  Arts  and   Sciences 
Political    Sciences 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 

GERALD   MICHELE   STROPOLI Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;       American     Society     for     Public 
Administration 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 

BRUCE    ALAN    STRUCKMAN Elgin 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Sigma   Nu 
Beta     Alpha     Psi;       Captain,     Air     Force     ROTC; 
Accountancy    Club 
Honors   Day    (1,  2,   3) 

THOMAS    GILBERT   STUCKY Cool    City 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Marketing     Club 
Illinois   State    Normal    University 


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EUGENE   WALTER   STUNARD Chicago 

Commerce 
Banking     and     Finance 
Delta    Upsilon 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;      Major,    Army    ROTC;      Infantry 
Club;     Pershing    Rifles 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

WALTER    BERNARD   SUGAR Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Lundgren    House 
Accountancy    Club;      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Associa- 
tion 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

ELEANOR    MAE    SURBER Elgin 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Sociology 
Alpha    Phi 
Elgin    Community   College;     Macalester  College 

ARTHUR   THEODORE   SUSMAN Elgin 

Commerce 
Industrial    Administration 
Sigma    lota   Epsilon;    lllini   Union   Committee    (1); 
German    Club;      Society    for    the    Advancement    of 
Management,   president    (4) 
Honors   Day    (3,   4) 

WILLIAM  ALVA  SUTER Pana 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Political     Science 
Sigma    Nu 
lllini     Union     Committee     (2);       Y.M.C.A.     Com- 
mittee   (1);     Board   of    Fraternity   Affairs    (3,   4); 
Interfraternity  Council    (2,   3,  4);  Student  Senate 
(3];      Coordination    Committee    (3);      Junior    Bar 
Association 

JOHN    REDMORE    SUTTON Gridley 

Agriculture 
General      Agriculture 
Tau    Kappa    Epsilon 
Skull    and    Crescent;     Maior,    Army    ROTC;      Mili- 
tary  Council    (4);     Ordnance   Club 

LURA     LEE    SUTTON Farmington 

Physical       Education 
Recreation 
Delta    Delta    Delta 
lllini     Union     Committee      (3,     4);       Cheerleader 
(3,      4);       Terrapin      (2);       Physical      Education 
Majors   Club;     U.    of   I    Student  Chapter  American 
Recreational    Society 
Cottey   Junior  College 

DAVID      RICHARD     SUTTON Eldorado 

Engineering 
Sanitary     Engineering 
Clark    House 
A.S.C.E.;     Mu-San 

JAMES    BYRON    SWAN Minonk 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Football    Marching    Band    (2,    3, 
4);    Second    Regimental    Band    (I,    2,    3,   4) 
University    of    Illinois    Scholarship    Key 


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MARSTON    SWANBERG    Elgin 

Physical     Education 
Physical     Education 
Minawo    Lodge 
lllini      Christian      Fellowship       (3,      4);        Baptist 
Foundation    Student    Council    (3) ;      Physical    Edu- 
cation   Majors   Club;      Rifle   and    Pistol    Club 
North    Park    College 


AUDREY    SWANSON     Oneida 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Presby    Hall 
Plowboy    Prom     Committee     (1,     3);      Home    Eco- 
nomics   Club 


JOHN    PAUL   SWANSON 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy    Club 
Augustana   College 


.Rock    Island 


RICHARD     ELMER    SWANSON Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 

Pi    Kappo   Alpha 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Interfraternity    Council     (3,    4)  ; 
Second    Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;     Alpha   Rho  Tau; 
Accountancy    Club;      Marketing    Club;     Navy    Pier 
Alumni   Association;     Young    Republicans   Club 
Honors   Day    (1  ,   2,   3} 

Navy      Pier      Extension      of      the      University      of 
Illinois 


RICHARD    SWANSON    Byron 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Tau   Omega 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Beta    Alpha    Psi; 
dent      (4) ;        Second      Lieutenant, 
Alpha    Rho  Tau;     Accountancy   Club 
Honors   Day    (1  ,    2,   3) 


House    Presi- 
Army     ROTC; 


ROGER     CLARENCE     SWANSON Evanston 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training   in   French 
Flagg    House 
Pi    Delta   Phi;      French    Club;      Spanish    Club 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  IMnois 


THOMAS   HOWARD   SWANSON Elmhurst 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Psi    Upsilon 
Captain,   Air  Force  ROTC 


ROBERT   STUART   SWARD Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Wright     Junior     College;       San     Diego     Junior 
College;      Illinois   State    Normal    University 


EDWARD     LAWRENCE     SWARGULSKI 

St.    Louis,    Mo. 
Engineering 
Electrical      Engineering 
Triangle 
Sigma    Tau;     A.I.E.E.-I .R.E. 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

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NANETTE    ELDORA    SWARTZ  ....  Western    Springs 

Education 

Elementary     Education 

University  Choir   (3,  4);     Oratorio  Society   {3,  4) 

Lyons    Township    Junior   College 


FRANCIS     PETER     SWEENEY Park     Forest 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Pi    Tau  Sigma;      Engineering   Coun- 
cil    (3);      A.S.M.E. 

Navy   Pier  Activities:     Student   Engineering   So- 
cieties   Council,    president    (2) 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


RICHARD    HAROLD    SWEENEY Rockford 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;    House   President    (2);    Market- 
ing    Club;       Society     for     the     Advancement     o* 
Management 


GILBERT  ALFRED  SWEET Oak  Park 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Noble    House 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      Marketing    Club;      Navy    Pier 
Alumni    Association;      Society    for    the    Advance- 
ment of  Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


DALE     RICHARD     SWEETWOOD Elwood 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Political    Science 
First   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Infantry  Club 


JANE   CAROL   SWEIDAL Chicago 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
Delta    Zeta 
Shi-Ai;       Phi     Chi     Theta;       W.A.A.     (2,     3,     4); 
House    President    (4);     Women's   Glee    Club    (1); 
Terrapin     (2,    3) 
Honors    Day    (1,    2,    3) 


ROBERT    JAMES    SWIATKIEWICZ Moline 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Political    Science 
First   Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;     Infantry  Club 
Moline   Community   College 


ELMER    ROGER    SWITZER Champaign 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;      The    Daily    lllini    (3) 


RALPH   WALLACE    SYMONS Libertyville 

Division    of  Special    Services 

Economics 

Chi     Gamma     Iota;       Alpha     Phi     Omega;       lllini 

Insurance     Society;       Marketing      Club;       Society 

for  the  Advancement  of  Management 


GERALD   JOSEPH   SZUMSKI Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma     Delia     Chi;       The     Daily     lllini      (3,     4), 
Night  Editor    (4) 

Navy   Pier   Activities:     Pier   lllini    Newspaper 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ELEANORE    PEARL    SZYMANSKI Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Speech     Education 
Beau    Chateau 
Zeta    Phi     Eta;      W.A.A.     (3,     4);       House    Presi- 
dent   (3);      Navy    Pier    Alumni    Association 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


EARL     LOUIS    TAKACH Chicago 

Commerce 
Management 
Newman    Hall 
Marketing    Club;     Navy   Pier  Alumni    Association; 
Society    for    the    Advancement    of    Management 

Thornton    Junior    College;      DePaul    University; 
Navy   Pier   Extension   of  the   University  of   Illinois 


MINNIE    ROSETTA    TALLEY Chicago 

Commerce 
Commercial     Teaching 
Alpha    Kappa    Alpha 
House   President   (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


TATSUO     TANOURA Honolulu,     Hawaii 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi    Eta    Sigma;     Accountancy   Club 
Honors  Day    (1 ) 

University   of   Hawaii 


WALTER     LAWRENCE     TARLETON Oneida 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Senior    Wrestling     Manager     (4);       All-Ag     Field 
Day  Committee    (2);     Athletic  Council    (4);   Mili- 
tary  Ball   Committee    (3);     Phalanx;     Agriculture 
Club;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club 


THOMAS  FRANKLIN  TAYLOR Effingham 

Commerce 
Law 
Alpha   Chi   Rho 
Star     and      Scroll;        lllini      Union      Board      (4); 
Y.M.C.A.    Board   of   Directors    (2,    3)-     YMCA 
Cabinet   (2,  3);  Y.M.C.A.  Committee   (1);   Board 
of    Fraternity    Affairs     (4);      Interfraternity    Coun- 
cil   (2,    3,    4);      Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC; 
Alpha     Rho    Tau;       Scabbard    and     Blade;       lllin'i 
Sportsman's    Club;     Junior   Bar   Association 


GERALDINE   LOIS  TAYMOR Chicago 

Agriculture 

Home    Economics     Education 

Indeco    House 

Omicron       Nu;        Alpha       Lambda       Delta;        Phi 

Upsilon  Omicron;     House  President    (4);   Orchesis 

(2);      Home    Economics    Club 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JAMES   JOSHUA   TAXMAN Centralia 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Political     Science 
Zeta    Beta   Tau 
First     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC;       Phi     Chi     Eta; 
Spanish   Club 


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ROBERT    EARL   TEEGARDIN Madison,    Wis. 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Dornoch    Lodge 
Captain,   Army   ROTC;     Ordnance   Club;     Pershing 
Rifles;      A. I. A.;      A.S.C.E. 
University  of  Wisconsin 


NINA    JUDY    TEMPLE Glenview 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Teacher   Training    in    Social    Studies 
Kappa    Kappa    Gamma 
Mortar     Board;       Torch;        Shi-Ai;        lllini      Union 
Committee      (1,     2,     3);       Star     Course     Manager 
(1,   2,  3);     House  President    (3,  4);     Panhellenic 
Ball  Committee    (2);   Board  of  Panhellenic  Affairs 
(3) 
Honors  Day    (2,  3) 


DAVID   EDWARD   TEMPLETON  ....  Marietta,   Ohio 
Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Art    Education 
Delta   Sigma   Phi 
Sigma   Delta    Chi;     Society    of    Illustrators;      Inter- 
fraternity  Council    (3);      Illinois   Technograph    (3, 
4);     Second   Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC 


HAROLD    FRANK    TENNEY Decatur 

Commerce 

Commerce    and    Law 

Delta    Tau    Delta 

Skull  and  Crescent;   Phi   Kappa  Phi;   Beta  Gamma 

Sigma;      Phi    Eta   Sigma;     Junior    Bar   Association 

University   of   Illinois   Scholarship  Key 


CHARLES    CURTIS   TERRY.  ..  Grant   Town,    W.    Va. 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Parade   Ground    Units 
Freshman   Varsity    Baseball    Squad 


RICHARD    JOSEPH    TEUTSCH 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineerin 
A.S.M.E. 


Blue    Island 


BARBARA   JEAN  THIEl LaGrange   Park 

Physicol    Education 
Physical    Education 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
W.A.A.    Numerals;      W.A.A.     (3,    4);      Physical 
Education   Majors   Club 
LaGrange  Junior  College 


JANE    WEAVER    THIEM Springfield 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher  Training  in  English 
Pi   Beta   Phi 
Torch;     Phi    Beta    Kappa;     Alpha    lambda    Delta; 
The   lllio    (1,   2);     Y.W.C.A.   Cabinet   (2,   3,  4); 
Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (1,  2,  3,  4) 
Honors    Day     (1,    2,     3);       University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


WILLIAM    IRVING    THOMAS., Evanston 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Sigma   Nu 
House  President    (4);     Ensign,   NROTC;     Pershing 
Rifles;     A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 

Tulane  University;     Iowa  State  College 


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CLAUDE    ARTHUR    THOMPSON Morris 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy   Club;     Society   for  the   Advancement 
of   Management 

Illinois    State    Normal    University 


WILLARD    PRESSON    THOMSON Galva 

Commerce 
Industrial   Administration 
Sigma    Chi 
Ma-Wan-Da;      Sachem;      Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity 
Track   Squad     (1,    2,    3,    4),    Captain     (4),    Letter 
(1,    2,    3,    4);      Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Phi    Chi 
Eta;       lllini    Sportsman's    Club;      Society    for    the 
Advancement  of  Management 


JESSE    HAYNES    THORNTON Chicago 

Commerce 

Management 

Accountancy    Club;       lllini    Campus    Amvets    Post 

No.      202;       Society     for      the     Advancement      of 

Management 

Tri-State   College;     Norwich   University;   Wilson 
Junior   College 


FRANK    WAYNOR    THORP Clinton 

Commerce 

Marketing 
1 1 II  -Del  I 
Y.M.C.A.  Cabinet  (3,  4);  Y.M.C.A.  Committee 
(1,  3,  4);  Second  Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC; 
Pershing  Rifles;  Agricultural  Economics  Club; 
Agriculture  Club;  Marketing  Club;  Spanish 
Club 


ROBERT    ALLEN    THORPE Bloomington 

Commerce 
Industrial   Administration 
Phi   Sigma    Kappa 
Alpha    Kappa    Psi;     Alpha    Rho  Tau 


HERBERT   CLAY   TURMAN Chicago 

Liberal    Arts  and   Sciences 
Economics 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 
Star  and   Scroll;     Phi    Delta    Phi;     The    lllio    (1|; 
lllini    Union    Committee     (2,    3);       lllini    Theatre 
Guild    Manager    (1);      Interfraternity   Council    (1, 
2,    3);      House    President    (3,    4);      Men's    Glee 
Club     (1,     2);      WILL     (1,     2);      lllini     Forensic 
Association;       lllini     Sportsman's     Club;       Junior 
Bar   Association;      Rifle   and    Pistol    Club;     Society 
for  the   Advancement   of   Management 

ALBERT   JOHN    TIEKEN Cortland 

Agriculture 
Vocational     Agriculture 
Agricultural    Education    Club 


PHYLLIS    TIPP    Chicago 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Busey   Hall 
Phi   Chi   Theta;     W.A.A.    (1,  2,   3,   4);     Account- 
ancy  Club;     Navy   Pier  Alumni   Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ANNIE    WALDA    TOLES Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Women's  Glee   Club    (3,   4) 
Herzl   Junior   College 


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MARY    JEANNETTE    TOLL Kokomo,    lnd. 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Anthropology 
Prlceome 
Anthropology    Club 
Indiana    University 


RICHARD     EARL     TOLLEY Endicott,     N.Y. 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Pi   Kappa  Alpha 
Phi    Kappa    Lambda;     Concert   Band   (1,   2,   3,   4); 
Football   Marching   Band    (1,   2,  3,  4);     University 
Orchestra    (3,  A);    University  Choir   (1);   Oratorio 
Society    (2);     School  of   Music   Student   Council 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 


HAROLD   YET  WAH   TOM Honolulu,   Hawaii 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E.;     Chinese  Student  Club 
University  of  Hawaii 


ALAN    HERMAN    TOPPEL Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Therapy 

Phi   Sigma  Delta 
lllini    Uni©n    Committee    (3);      Navy    Pier   Alumni 
Association;      Physical    Education    Majors    Club 

Navy    Pier   Activities:     Varsity    Baseball    Squad 
(2),    Letter    (2) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

CHARLES    TOTTEN,    JR Olney 

Fine   and    Applied   Arts 
Architecture 


PAUL   JEAN   TOURNEY Evanston 

Physical    Education 
Physical     Education 
Alpha    Delta    Phi 
Interfraternity      Council       (3);        German       Club; 
Physical    Education    Majors    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


FRED   TOURTELLOTTE    Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
Phalanx;     A.I  .E.E.-I.R.E. 


JAMES   DUVALL   TRABUE Belleville 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha   Kappa   Psi;   Sigma   lota   Epsilon;   Y.M.C.A. 
Cabinet    (3);     Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (2) 


ALFRED   KENT  TRACY Robinson 

Commerce 

Personnel     Management 

Colonial   Manor 

House    President     (4);      Military    Ball    Committee 

(3);      Second    Lieutenant,    Army    ROTC;     Society 

for    the    Advancement   of    Management 


PATRICIA    MILDRED    TROTTER Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Lincoln  Avenue   Residence 
The   Daily    lllini    (4) 
Wilson    Junior    College 


CAROLE    JEAN    TRUCKENBROD Mendota 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics     Education 
Sigma    Kappa 
Mortar     Boord;       Torch;       Phi     Upsilon     Omicron; 
Editor,   The    lllio;     The    lllio    [1,    2,    3,    4);      lllini 
Union    Committee    (1,    2);      Y.W.C.A.    Committee 
(2);      Home    Economics    Club 
Honors    Day    (1  ,    3) 


LYLE    FRANKLIN    TRUCKENBROD Mendota 

Agriculture 
Animal     Science 
Second    Lieutenant,     Army    ROTC;       Phi     Chi     Eta; 
Agriculture    Club;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club 
Honors   Day    (1,2) 


ROBERT   RAY   TRUMBULL River  Grove 

Journalism 
Advertising 

Pi  Koppa  Alpha 
Alpha  Delta  Sigma,  president  (4);  The  Daily 
lllini  (2,  3,  4),  co-circulation  director  (4); 
Class  vice-president  (4);  Journalism  Council 
(4);  Senior  Announcements  Committee,  Senior 
Ball    Committee;      Marketing    Club 

Bradley   University 


LEAH   MAE   TRUXELL pana 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Music   Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
W.A.A.      (4);       W.G.S.     Executive     Council     (4); 
Cheerleader    (1,    2,    3,    4);    Wheelchair    basket- 
ball;    First   Regimental    Band    (1);     Second    Regi- 
mental   Band    (4);     Delta   Sigma  Omicron 


ERNEST    YOSHIO    TSUCHIDA Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
A.I.Ch.E.;     A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


GEORGE    ICHIRO    TSUDA Urbana 

Engineering 
Electronic     Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E.;     Physics   Society 

Nautical  College;  University  of  Mercantile 
Marine;  Navy  Pier  Extension  of  the  University 
of   Illinois 


BARBARA    TURNER    Cordova 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Hospital    Dietetics 
Busey    Hall 
Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2);      Wesley    Founda- 
tion Student  Council    (3);     Home  Economics  Club 


WILLIAM    JAMES    TURNER Joljet 

Physical    Education 
Recreation 

Sigma  Pi 
Ph  Epsilon  Kappa;  Society  of 
Y.M.C.A.  Board  of  Directors  (3  4) 
Cabinet  (2,  3);  Y.M.C.A.  Committee  (2,  3) 
Major  I;  House  President  (3);  Tribe  of  lllini, 
president  (4);  Varsity  Wrestling  Squad  (3,  4), 
Letter  (3,  4);  Freshman  Varsity  Squad,' 
Second  Lieutenant,  Air  Force  ROTC;  Illinois 
Rocket  Society;  Physical  Education  Majors 
Club;  U.  of  I.  Student  Chapter  American 
Recieational   Society 

Iowa   State   Teachers'    College 


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Y.M.C.A. 


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JOHN     CARVER     TURNER Elmhurst 

Agriculture 
Dairy     Technology 
Pi    Kappa    Alpha 
Agricultural     Education    Club;      Agriculture    Club; 
Dairy    Production    Club 


ROBERT     DALTON     TURNER Chicago 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Triangle 
Major,     Air     Force     ROTC;        I.A.S.;       Rifle     and 
Pistol    Club 


ARTHUR     EDWARD    TUVESON Chicago 

Division    of    Special    Services 
Geography 
lllini    Sportsman's    Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 


ROBERT  JAMES    TWOHEY Ottawa 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha    Tau    Omega 
Omega    Beta    Pi;     Major  Chairman    Campus   Chest 
lllini      Union      Committee      (2) ;       Campus     Chest 
( 1 ,     2,     3) ;       Intramural     Manager     (1  ) ;      Major, 
Army     ROTC;       Alpha     Rho    Tau,     president     (4) ; 
Armed    Forces    Council,      Phalanx 


CAROL    KRAUSE    UMBACH Easton 

Agriculture 
Home  Economics  Education 
Delta    Gamma 
Mortar    Board;      Phi     Kappa     Phi;      Omicron     Nu, 
president    (4);     Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     Phi    Upsi- 
lon   Omicron;     The    lllio    (1,    2,    3,    4),    Associate 
Editor    (4);     Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (2);     Campus 
Chest    (2);     All-Ag    Field    Day    Committee    (1,    2, 
3);       Home     Economics     Council      (4J;       Plowboy 
Prom    Committee    (1,    2);     Gamma    Delta;      Home 
Economics    Club 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

JOSEPH    WILLIAM    UMBACH Easton 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Alpha   Gamma    Rho 
Alpha    Zeta;      lllini    Rural    Observer    (1);     All-Ag 
Field   Day  Committee    (1,    2,   3,   4);   Military   Ball 
Committee     (3) ;      Plowboy    Prom    Committee     (1  , 
2,    3);      Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Arnold    Air 
Society;     Agriculture   Club;     Hoof  and   Horn   Club; 
Rifle   and    Pistol    Club 


ELMAR    UPITIS    

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
A.S.C.E. 

Wartburg    College 


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MARY    JOY    VACHTA 

Commerce 
Secretarial    Training 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Phi   Chi  Theta;     Terrapin    (2,   3) 
dation    Student    Council    (2,    4); 
Advancement    of    Management; 
Leaders   of  America 

Morton    Junior    College 


Newman  Foun- 
Society  for  the 
Future    Business 


ROBERT   CHARLES   VAGNIERES Markham 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Theta    Delta    Chi 
University     Theatre     Committee      ( 1 ,      2) ;       First 
Lieutenant,    Army   ROTC;     A. I. A. 


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CARLTON    STEVENS  VAN    DOREN Urbana 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Geography 
Beta    Theta    Pi 
llllni    Union    Committee    (3};      University    Theatre 
Cast    (2);     Y.M.C.A.    Cabinet    (3) 


WALTER    EUGENE    VAN    WINKLE Virden 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Alpha    Gamma    Rho 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      lllini    Union   Committee    (3); 
University     Chorus      (1,     2);       Men's    Glee     Club 
(1,     2,     3,    4);      Orchesis     (1);       lllini    Christian 
Fellowship    (1);      Major,    Air   Force    ROTC;      Scab- 
bard   and     Blade;      Agricultural     Education    Club; 
Agriculture     Club;       lllini     Union     Barbershoppers 


JOHN    VARIAKOJIS     Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;     Tau   Beta   Pi;     Chi   Epsilon;     A.S.C.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


V1DMANTAS   VARIAKOJIS    Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Newman    Hall 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


MILTON    JOSEPH    VAROUS Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Morton    Junior    College;      Northwestern    Univer- 
sity 


LEONARD     ANDREW     VASILAUSKAS.  .  .  .Chicago 
Commerce 
Marketing 
Newman    Hall 
Marketing    Club 

DePaul     University;       Navy     Pier     Extension    of 
the    University    of    Illinois 


JOHN     JOSEPH    VASSEN Westville 

Commerce 
Accountancy   and    Finance 
Newman    Foundation    Student    Council     (4);      Ac- 
countancy   Club;       A. I. A.;       Finance     Club;       llli- 
Knights,    president    (2);     lllini    Insurance  Society; 
Society   for    the   Advancement   of   Management 


BRUCE    HENRY    VERKRUYSE Atkinson 

Agriculture 
Teacher  Training   in  Agriculture 
Theta    Kappa    Phi 
House    President    (3);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee 
(2);     Agricultural    Economics    Club;     Agricultural 
Education   Club;     Field  and   Furrow;     Flying   Club; 
Hoof    and    Horn    Club;      Young    Republicans    Club 


BERNARD     JOHN     VERNA Benld 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma    Tau;      Pi    Tau    Sigma;      Freshman    Football 
Varsity   Squad;     A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

University  of  Notre   Dame 


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WALTER    LEE   VERNASCO Mishawaka,    Ind. 

Physical     Education 

Recreation 

Phi    Kappa    Psi 

Sachem;      Varsity    Football    Squad    (1,    2,    3,    4), 

Letter     (2,     3,     4);       Second     Lieutenant,     Army 

ROTC 


WILLIAM     MAX     VETTER,     JR Springfield 

Commerce 
Management 
Sigma     lota     Epsilon;      Marketing    Club;      Society 
for    the    Advancement    of    Management 
Springfield    Junior    College 


RICHARD    EDMUND    VIAL Cabery 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
I  Hi-Del  I 
Alpha   Zeta;     lllini   Rural  Observer    (2,  3);     Agri- 
cultural   Council     (3);      All-Ag    Field    Day    Com- 
mittee  (1,    2,    3);     Plowboy  Prom    Committee    (2, 
3);      Agriculture     Club;       Hoof    and     Horn     Club; 
Horticulture   Club;     Rural    Life  Club 
Honors   Day    (2,   3) 


MARY   JOANNE    VIBERT 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Delta    Zeta 
University   Theatre   Committee    (3) 
University  of  Arizona 


.Oak    Park 


ELIZABETH    ANN    VIER 

Farmington 

Commerce 

Accountancy 

Evans 

Phi     Chi     Theta;       The     lllio      (3,     4) 

Associate 

Editor      (4);       Women's     Glee     Club 

(3);       Ac- 

countancy    Club 

Honors    Day    (3) 

University    of    Wisconsin 

ENRIQUE    VILLA Bogota 

,    Colombia 

Engineering 

Mechanical     Engineering 

Sigma   Tau  Gamma 

A.F.S. 

University  of  the  Andes 

ANTHONY    VILONA     Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Sigma    Phi   Delta 
Engineering     Council     (3);         A.S.M.E.;       Illinois 
Rocket    Society;      Rifle    and    Pistol    Club;      S.A.E. 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CARL  GEORGE  VINSON,  JR St.   Louis,  Mo. 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Tau    Beta    Pi;      Alpha    Chi    Sigma;      Phi     Lambda 
Upsilon;     A.I.Ch.E.;     Gamma   Delta 
Washington   University 


SANDRA    VLAY     Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Laurel    House 
Gamma     Alpha     Chi;        lllini      Union     Committee 
(1,   2);     House   President    (3,   4) 


PHILIP  JAMES   VOEGTLE 

Engineering 
Sonitary    Engineer 
Newman    Hall 
Mu-San 


.  Chicago 


RICHARD    ALLEN    VOELL Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce    and    Law 
Alpha   Tau   Omega 
Marketing    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


CLAIRE   MAE   VOGT 

Agriculture 
Home   Economics 
Kappa    Koppa   Gamma 


JOHN    RICHARD  VON   LANKEN 

Engineering 
Electrical     Engineering 
Oskee     House 
A.l.E.E.-I.R.E. 


ROMUAIDAS    VISKANTA     Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical    Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
Tau  Beta  Pi;     Pi  Tau  Sigma;    A.F.S.;     A.S.M.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Wilson    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of    the    University    of    Illinois 


JAMES   SAMUEL    VOORHEES Streator 

Physical     Education 

Physical  Education 
Phi  Kappa  Tau 
Phi  Eta  Sigma;  Delta  Theta  Epsilon,  president 
(4);  Phi  Epsilon  Kappa,  president  (3,  4); 
House  President  (3,  4);  Swimming  Manager  (3); 
Senior  Swimming  Manager  (4);  Dolphins  (2, 
3,  4);  Alpho  Rho  Tau;  Physical  Education 
Majors    Club 

Honors    Day     |1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

LAWRENCE     HENRY    VROMAN,    JR Elmhurst 

Engineering 
General      Engineering 
Alpha  Sigma   Phi 
House    President     (4);      Football    Marching    Bond 
(2,    3,    4);      First    Regimental    Band     (2,    3,    4)  ■ 
Second   Regimental    Band    (1);     A.F.S. 
Honors    Day    (2) 


CONSTANCE    ANNA    WACHS Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
Honors     Day    (I,     2,     3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

Roosevelt    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension    of 
the   University   of   Illinois 


HAROLD    WAGMAN     Chicago 

Commerce 
Commerce     and     Law 
Pi    Lambda    Phi 
Junior    Bar    Association;      Marketing    Club 
Honors    Day    (I,    2,    3) 


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GORDON   ELLIOTT  WAKEY Orion 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Wesmen 
Wesley    Foundation    Student    Council     (4);      Agri- 
culture Club;     Hoof  and   Horn  Club 
Cornell    College 


ROBERT    CRUM    WALBAUM Springfield 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Tau  Kappa   Epsilon 
Interfraternity     Council      (2);       Marketing     Club; 
Young    Republicans   Club 
Bradley    University 


WILLIAM    BEATTY    WALCOTT La  Grong 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Chi    Psi 


United   States   Naval   Academy 


HOWARD    NEALE     WALLACE Walnut 

Agriculture 
Agriculture    Science 
Farm    House 
lllini    Rural    Observer    (1,    2);     Agriculture   Coun- 
cil    (2);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee     (2);      Agri- 
culture   Club;     Dairy  Production    Club;     Hoof   and 
Horn   Club 


CHARLES    JOHN    WALTER 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Pi    Kappa    Alpha 
Maior,   Army   ROTC;     A.S.C.E. 


HAROLD    LAWRENCE    WALTER Grand    Ridge 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Farm    House 
Alpha    Zeta;      lllini     Union    Committee     (1,     2); 
All-Ag   Field  Day  Committee    (1);     Plowboy  Prom 
Committee   (2);     Second   Lieutenant,  Army  ROTC; 
Phalanx;       Agriculture     Club;        Hoof     and     Horn 
Club 
Honors    Day    (1,    2) 

JOHN    DANIEL    WALTER Canton 

Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Alpha    Sigma    Phi 
Pi     Alpha     Xi;       McKinley     Foundation     Student 
Council    (I);      Captain,    Air   Force    ROTC;      Flori- 
culture   Club,    president    (4) 
Honors    Day    ( I  ) 


EARLE    JAMES    WALTERS Champaign 

Commerce 
Marketing 
Arnold   Air  Society;     Marketing   Club 
Illinois  State  Normal   University 


MYRON   LEONARD  WANG Kansas  City,  Mo. 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Zeta    Beta    Tau 
Phi    Beta    Kappa;     Alpha    Delta    Sigma;      Univer- 
sity Theatre  Committee   (l);     Campus  Chest   (3); 
Captain,    Air    Force    ROTC;      lllini     Insurance   So- 
ciety;    Marketing    Club 


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EMILY    ANN    WARD Mt.    Vernon 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Pi    Beta    Phi 
Phi    Beta    Kappa;      Alpha    Lambda    Delta;      Sigma 
Delta   Pi;     The   lllio    (1,   2),  Assistant   Editor    (3); 
I  Mini    Union    Committee    (1);      Star    Course    Man- 
ager   (2);     WILL   (3);   Concert  and   Entertainment 
Board    (3,    4);     Scabbard    and    Blade;     Teachers- 
in-Training    Club 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JOSEPH    SHAW    WARNER Donovan 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Lieutenant    Colonel,    Air    Force    ROTC;      Air    Force 
Council;       Armed     Forces     Council;       Arnold     Air 
Society;      Marketing    Club;      Society    for    the    Ad- 
vancement  of   Management 
Honors    Day    (2) 


JOAN    MARIE    WARP West    Chicago 

Agriculture 
Dietetics 
Lincoln    Avenue   Residence 
lllini     Union    Committee     (4);      W.A.A.     (3,    4}; 
Freshman     Week     Committee     (4) ;       Home     Eco- 
nomics   Club 

Colorado  Women's  College 


KENNETH   EUGENE   WARREN Bay  City,   Mich. 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Delta    Sigma    Phi 
A.S.C.E. 

Michigan   State   College 


HOWARD    IRA    WARSHAWSKY Chicago 

Engineering 
Industrial    Engineering 
Barton    House 
Alpha    Phi    Omega;      A.S.M.E.;      Society    for    the 
Advancement  of  Management 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


ROBERT    ALFRED    WASHINGTON Springfield 

Commerce 


Accountancy 


EDNA    HAAS   WATSON Evanston 

Education 
Elementary     Education 


HERSCHEL   WATSON,  JR Dallas,  Tex. 

Engineering 

Mechanical    Engineering 
A.S.M.E. 

Texas  Agricultural  and  Mechanical  College; 
Texas  Technological  College;  Northwestern  Uni- 
versity 


FRANK    BEN   WATTS Fox    Lake 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Colonial   Manor 
A.S.M.E.;     S.A.E. 
Honors    Day    ( 1  ) 


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WALTER    WALLACE    WATTS Rochelle 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Farm    House 
Ma-Won-Da;     AlpKa    Zeta;      Tribe   of    lllini    (4); 
Basketball    Manager    (2,   3);    Intramural   Manager 
(1);     Senior  Basketball   Manager;     Athletic  Coun- 
cil   (4);     Captain,   Army   ROTC;     Alpha   Rho  Tau; 
Agriculture   Club;      Hoof   and    Horn    Club 
Honors    Day    (3) 


ALBERT    JOSEPH    WAVERING Quincy 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Colonial   Arms 
Tau    Beta    Pi;     Eta    Kappa    Nu;     A.  I  E.E.-I  .R.E. 
Quincy   College 


MARY    CAROL    WAXLER Urbana 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Zoology 
Alpha    Chi    Omega 
Alpha     Lambda    Delta;      Omega     Beta     Pi;       lllini 
Union  Committee    (1) 
Honors   Day    (1,2) 


ALAN    RAY    WEAVER La  Grange 

Journalism 
Radio   and  Television 
Phi   Gamma   Delta 
Major    Chairman    Union    Movies    lllini    Union     (2, 
3);       Major     Chairman     Red     Cross     lllini     Union 
Committee    (4);     University  Theatre  Cast   (3,  4); 
WILL     (3,    4);      Dolphins     (1,    2,    3,    4);      lllini 
Figure  Skating   Club;     lllini  Forensic  Association; 
WCIA    (4) 

HAROLD   EDGAR   WEAVER Champaign 

Engineering 
Aeronautical    Engineering 
Alpha    Eta    Rho;     Flying   Club;     I.A.S. 


BETTY   JUNE   WEBB Jewett 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Palamar 
Alpha  Sigma    Nu;     Majors    I;     W.A.A.   Numerals; 
W.A.A.   (1,   2,  3,  4);     Physical  Education  Majors 
Club 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 


DAVID    NOEL    WEBER Newton 

Commerce 
Finance    and    General    Economics 
Theta   Chi 
Finance   Club;    Marketing    Club 
Eastern    Illinois   State    College 


DONALD  CLARENCE  WEBER Mascoutah 

Fine   and    Applied    Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Football     Marching     Band     (1,     2,     3,     4);       First 
Regimental  Band   (1,  2,  3,  4);  University  Orches- 
tra   (1) 


WILLIAM   NICHOLAS   WEBER McHenry 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
Men's   Glee  Club    (2,  3,   4) 


SAMUEL  WORLEY  WEGMAN Deer  Creek 

Agriculture 
Teacher   Training    in    Agriculture 
Gamma     Sigma     Delta;       Agricultural     Education 
Club 

Burlington      Junior      College;        Illinois      State 
Normal   University 


MELVIN    IRENOEUS   WEIDNER  .  Arlington    Heights 
Liberal  Arts  and  Sciences 
Geology 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 


JANE    LOIS    WEIGAND Naperville 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics    Education 
Kappa   Delta 
lllini    Union    Committee     (1,     2,     3);      University 
Theatre  Crew   (1);     Y.W.C.A.  Committee   (2,  3); 
Campus    Ch«st    (3);     W.A.A.    (1,    2);     Terrapin 
(1,   2);     Panhellenic  Ball  Committee   (2);     Fabri- 
ola   Pre-Nursing  Club 
Honors   Day    (3) 

ALLAN    HILBERT   WEIHE Carlyle 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Calhoun    Hall 
House     President     (3,    4 )  ■       Lutheran     Foundation 
Student   Council    (4);     Pershing    Rifles;     A.S.C.E.; 
Gamma  Delta 
Illinois    College 


JERRY   EARL   WEIMANN Watseka 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Chemistry 
Granada  Club 
Major,    Army    ROTC;      Ordnance    Club;      Phalanx; 
German   Club 


EDWIN   VERNON   WELLS Champaign 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Theta   Chi 
lllini      Union      Committee      (1);       Captain,      Air 
Force    ROTC;     Accountancy    Club 
Augustana   College 


ALBERT    WILLIAM    WENDT Villa    Park 

Engineering 
Civil   Engineering 
Sigma  Phi  Epsilon 
Chi  Epsilon;     Captain,  Air  Force  ROTC;  A.S.C.E.; 
German    Club 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JOAN    HELEN    WERNER Chicago 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
E.K.T. 
lllini    Union     Committee     (1);      Y.W.C.A.     Com- 
mittee   (1) 


BYRON    KENNETH    WEST Carthage 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
History 
Sigma   Chi 
Phi   Beta   Kappa;     Phi    Eta   Sigma;     The   lllio    (1) 
Board   of  Fraternity  Affairs  (2,   3);    Interfraternity 
Council    (1,    2,    3);     House   President    (4);    Tribe 
of     lllini;       Varsity     Golf    Squad     (1,    2      3      4) 
Captain     (4),     Letter    (1,    2,    3,    4);       Lieutenant 
Commander,      NROTC;       Armed      Forces     Council; 
Navy    Council 

Honors    Day     (1,    2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 


RENEE    WEST    Taylorville 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Advertising    Design 
The    Daily    lllini    (4);      University    Theatre    Crew 
(2);      Hillel    Foundation    Student   Council     (1,    2); 
University   Theatre    Board    (2);     German    Club 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 

University    of  Chicago;      Millikin    University 


CHARLES  EDWIN  WESTPHAL Kingston 

Physical    Education 

Physical    Education 
Sigma    Nu 
Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Baseball    Squad    (2,    3, 
4),     Letter     (4);       Freshman     Varsity     Basketball 
Squad 


RICHARD    LEE    WEZELMAN Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
History 
Phi    Epsilon    Pi 
Campus    Chest    (2);     Junior   Bar   Association 
Wilson  Junior  College;    Michigan   State  College 


JANICE   LURELLE   WHITAKER Forest   City 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics     Education 
Palamar 
Phi     Upsilon    Omicron;      W.A.A.     (1,    2);       lllini 
Rural    Observer    (1);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee 
(2);     Gamma    Delta;      Home    Economics    Club 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 


HELEN    MARIE   WHITE Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and  Sciences 
Sociology 
Wescoga 
University  Theatre  Manager    (4) 
Wright    Junior    College 


RAYMOND   EDWIN   WHITE,    JR Lanark 

Liberal   Arts   and  Sciences 
Mathematics 
Astronomical    Society 

Voralpines  Knaben   Institute 


ROBERT  MORGAN  WHITE Sullivan 

Law 

Low 
Acacia 
House    President    (3);     Junior   Bar   Association 


WILLIAM     DORSEY    WHITFIELD Plainview 

Agriculture 
Animal    Science 
Alpha   Gamma   Rho 
Alpha   Zeta;   Y.M.C.A.   Cabinet   (3,  4);   Y.M.C.A. 
Committee    (3,  4};     Committee  on  Student  Affairs 
(4);    lllini   Rural   Observer   (1,   2,   3);   Agricultural 
Council     (3,     4),     president     (4);      All-Ag     Field 
Day    Committee    (2);      Plowboy    Prom    Committee 
(2);       Agriculture     Club,     president      (4);     Dairy 
Production    Club;      Hoof    and    Horn    Club 


JOHN    THOMAS    WHITMAN Cameron 

Journalism  ■ 
Radio 
Theta    Xi 
Freshman      Varsity     Football     Squad;        Freshman 
Varsity      Baseball      Squad;        Accountancy      Club; 
Delta    Sigma    Omicron,    president    (3,    4) 


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RAYMOND    ERNEST    WHITNEY Plainfield 

liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemistry 
Clark    House 
Joliet    Junior    College 


WESLEY     HILDING    WIESLAND Rockford 

Division    of    Special    Services 

Marketing 

Chi    Gamma    Iota;  Alpha  Kappa    Psi;     Sigma    lota 

Epsilon;       lllini     Union    Committee     (2);      Society 

for    the    Advancement    of    Management 


NATALIE     SUE     WIGGERS Lincoln 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics     Education 
Wescoga 
Home  Economics  Club 
MacMurray    College 


JAMES    LANDON    WILDER Elgin 

Commerce 
Law 
Phi     Delta     Phi;      Delta    Sigma    Omicron;      Junior 
Bar  Association;     Young   Republicans   Club 
Honors   Day    (2) 


GLENN    ELBERT   WILEY Earlville 

Agriculture 
Teacher     Training     in     Agriculture 
Alpha    Tau    Alpha;      Agriculture    Education    Club; 
Agriculture   Club;        Field   and    Furrow 
Honors  Day    (2,   3) 
Blackburn    College 


JOHN    ADDISON    WILGUS Lake    Bluff 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Phi    Kappa   Sigma 
Skull    and    Crescent;     Pierrots;     Association    Man- 
ager,   University   Theatre    (4);      Commerce    Coun- 
cil    (1  );       Military     Ball     Committee     (2);       First 
Lieutenant,   Army   ROTC;      lllini   Sportsman's   Club 


MAURICE   WAYNE  WILHOIT 

Agriculture 
Vocational    Agriculture 
Agricultural    Education    Club 
Eastern    Illinois    State    College 


HAROLD     FRANKLIN     WILKINS. 
Agriculture 

Floriculture 
Floriculture   Club 

Southern    Illinois  University 


JUDITH   ANN   WILKINSON Oak    Park 

Education 
Elementary     Education 
Lincoln    Avenue    Residence 
Kappa   Delta   Pi;     Y.W.C.A.   Committee    (3) 
Honors   Day    (1,3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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NANCY    LEE    WILKISON Urbana 

Liberal  Arts   and   Sciences 
Teacher   Training   in    English 
Alcestis 
Alpha    Lambda    Delta;     House    President    (4) 
Honors   Day    (1  ) 


BERTRAM    DAVID  WILLIAMS Palos    Heights 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 
University     Choir     (2);       Men's    Glee    Club     (1); 
Oratorio     Society     (3,     4) ;       Wesley     Foundation 
Student      Council       (3,      4);        Agriculture      Club; 
A.S.A.E.;      Field    and    Furrow 
Lake   Forest  College 


DONALD    HENRY   WILLIAMS Chicago 

Fine     and     Applied     Arts 
Architectural    Engineering 
Alpha    Rho   Chi 
A. I. A.;     Navy   Pier  Alumni   Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


GORDON    LESLIE    WILLIAMS Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Tau  Delta    Phi 
Sigma     Delta     Chi;       The    Daily     lllini.     Assistant 
Sports    Editor    (1,    2,    3,    4);      lllini    Union    Com- 
mittee    (2);       Student    Senate     (2,     3);      N.S.A. 
Senate   Subcommittee    (2);     WILL    (3);     Captain, 
Army    ROTC;      Military    Council;      Phi    Chi    Eta 
Honors   Day    (2,  3) 


ANNE    DOWN    WILLMANN 

Agriculture 
Home     Economics 
Chi  Omega 
Shorter   Board;     The   lllio    (1,    2,   3) 


.Wyoming 


DEAN    ELTON    WILLMANN Chicago 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Sigma    Chi 
Tribe    of    lllini;      Varsity    Football    Squad     {1,    2, 
3,   4);     Varsity   Wrestling   Squad    (1,    2),    Letter 
(1,    2);     Major,    Army    ROTC 


ANN     EDWARDS     WILLOUGHBY 

An con.    Canal    Zone 
Education 
Elementary     Education 
Canal   Zone  Junior  College;     Centre  College  of 
Kentucky 


DONNA     WILSON     Chicago 

Agriculture 
Home    Economics 
Kappa    Alpha    Theta 
Mortar     Board;       Torch;       Alpha     Lambda     Delta; 
Phi    Upsilon    Omicron;      Y.W.C.A.    (1,    2);     Cam- 
pus    Chest     (2,     3,     4) ;       House     President     (4) ; 
Campus    Chest    Allocations    and    Advisory    Board 
(3,    4);      Home    Economics    Club 
Honors    Day    (1,3) 


WILLIAM    EARL    WINN Britt,     Iowa 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Chi    Gamma    Iota;     Accountancy   Club 
Honors    Day    { 1  ) 


BERNARD    GENE    WINSBERG Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 

Political     Science 

Phi    Sigma    Delta 

Campus    Chest     (1);      Interfraternity    Council     (2, 

3);     Second    Lieutenant,   Army  ROTC;     Alpha   Rho 

Tau;      J  Mini    Forensic    Association 


WILLIAM    WAYNE     WINTERHOFF Lansing 

Commerce 
Commerce    and     Law 
Sigma    Phi    Epsilon 
Junior    Bar   Association 
Loyola    University 


JAMES      HENDERSON      WISHART  ..    Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical      Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 

University    of    Tampa;      University    of    Maryland 


JOHN    WILLIAM   WISHART Gary,    Ind. 

Engineering 
Metallurgical    Engineering 
Acacia 
Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (2);        Men's      Glee      Club 
(1  ,    2};      M.I.S. 

RONALD    ALBERT    WISTHUFF Chatsworth 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Son's    Home 
Men's    Glee   Club    (3,    4);      A.S.C.E. 
North    Central    College 

JOHN    BOWMAN    WITT Chicago 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Engineering      Council      (4);       A.S.M.E.;       S.A.E., 
president    (4) 

Wright    Junior    College,-      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of   the    University    of    Illinois 

ALICE    JANE    WOELFERSHEIM Champaign 

Commerce 
Commercial      Teaching 
Gamma    Phi    Beta 
Shorter    Board,    president    {4);     Mask    and    Bauble,- 
The    Illio    (2,    3),    Junior    Business    Manager    (3); 
lllini    Union    Committee    (2);      University    Theatre 
Manager      (1,      2,      3,      4),      Personnel      Manager 
(4);       Campus     Chest      (2);       University     Theatre 
Board    (4) 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 

RICHARD     EDWARD     WOLFE Chicago 

Journalism 
Advertising 
Zeta    Beta    Tau 
The    Illio    (1);      Major    Chairman    News    and    Ad- 
vertising    lllini     Union     Committee      (4);        Inter- 
fraternity  Council    (3);     Basketball   Manager    (2), 
Interfraternity    Ball    Committee    (3} 

CHARLES     JOHN    WOLFENBERGER Chicago 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Chemical    Engineering 
Phi    Kappa 
Skull    and    Crescent;      Interfraternity    Council    (2); 
A   I.Ch.E. 


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EDWIN   WILLIAM   WOLFER Spring   Valley 

Agriculture 

Animal    Science 

Calhoun    Hall 

Y.M.C.A.      Committee       (3),        M.I. A.      Executive 

Council      (3,     4);        Captain,      Air      Force      ROTC; 

Arnold    Air    Society;       Pershing     Rifles 

WARREN    DELANO    WOLFSON Chicago 

Journalism 
Editorial 
Sigma    Delta    Chi;     The  Daily    lllini.    Editor    (4) 

Ncvy    Pier    Activities:      Pier    lllini,    Editor 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension      of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

NORBERT    JOSEPH    WOLLACK Chicago 

Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
A   I   E  EIRE. 

Roosevelt     College;       Navy     Pier     Extension     of 
the  University   of   Illinois 

WARREN    CLARK    WOLTMAN Elmhurst 

Liberal   Arts  and    Sciences 
Geology 
Phi    Kappa    Psi 
Phi      Eta      Sigma,        Intefratemity      Council      (2); 
Captain,    Army    ROTC;      Cyclothem    Club 
Honors    Day     (1,2) 


ALEXANDER   CROSMAN   WOODBURY.  .  .    Godfrey 
Commerce 
Accountancy 
Phi   Eta  Sigma;     Beta  Alpha   Psi;     Second   Lieuten- 
ant,     Army      ROTC;       Accountancy     Club;       Young 
Republicans    Club 
Honors    Day    (I,    2) 


CLARKE    WOODRUFF     Springfield 

Commerce 
Law 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Star  Course   Manager    (1,    2);     Campus    Chest   (I, 
2);     Concert   Band    (1,    2,   3);     Football   Marching 
Band    (1,    2,    3) 
H:n3rs    Day    (1  ) 

EARL     HOWARD     WOODRUM     Springfield 

Engineering 
Agricultural    Engineering 
Soenksen   Hall 
A.S.A.E. 
Honors    Day    (1  ) 

HERMAN   ELMORE   WOODS Memphis,    Tenn. 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Parade  Ground  Units 
Second      Lieutenant,      Army      ROTC;        Navy      Pier 
Alumni   Association 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 

ROBERT   McNEIL    WOODWARD Corbin,    Ky. 

Engineering        ° 
Electrical    Engineering 
A.I.E.E.-I.R.E. 


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CECIL    EUGENE    WORRELLS Strealor 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Alpha    Kappa    Lambda 
Star   and    Scroll;     Alpha    Kappa    Psi;      Beta    Alpha 
Psi;      The    lllio     (2);      lllini    Union    Council     (3); 
Star    Course    Manager     (1,    2);      Y.M.C.A.    Com- 
mittee   (1);      Interfraternity    Council    (2};      House 
President    (3);      Freshman    Week    Committee    (3); 
Accountancy    Club;     Society  for   the   Advancement 
of  Management 

Honors     Day     (1,     2,     3);       University     of     Illinois 
Scholarship   Key 

CHARLES    EARL    WRIGHT Paw    Paw 

Agriculture 
Teacher    Training    in    Agriculture 
Delta  Sigma    Phi 
Agricultural    Education    Club 

Western    Illinois    State    Teachers'    College 


REX   LEE   WRIGHT West   Union 

Agriculture 
General    Agriculture 


RUTH    ELLEN    WYLIE St.    Louis,    Mo. 

Physical    Education 
Dance 
Kappa    Kappa    Gamma 
Shorter   Board;    Torch;    Alpha    Sigma    No;    W.A.A. 
(2,  3,  4};     Orchesis    (1,  2,   3,  4),   president    (4); 
Physical    Education    Majors   Club 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


JAMES    LAWRENCE    WYMER Oak    Park 

Engineering 
Civil    Engineering 
Sigma    Tau;      Tau    Beta    Pi;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Chi 
Epsilon;     Pershing    Rifles;     A.S.C.E. 
Honors     Day     ( 1 ,     2,    3) ;       University    of     Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


NICK    XERIKOS    Chicago 

Liberal    Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Honors   Day    ( 1  ) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     cf 
Illinois 


WAYNE    HENRY    YACKEL Chicago    Heights 

Commerce 
Accountancy 
Accountancy      Club;        A. I. A.;         I  Mini       Insurance 
Society 
Honors    Day    (2) 


ELIZABETH    ANN    YANSON Chicago    Heights 

Education 
Elementary   Education 
Gamma    Phi    Beta 
Shorter  Board;    Kappa   Delta   Pi;   The   lllio    (2,   3); 
lllini    Union    Board    (3,   4);     Y.W.C.A.  Committee 
(2);     Panhellenic  Executive  Council    [2,  3,   4) 
Honors   Day    (3) 

Colorado    Women's    College 


KEITH    AINSWORTH    YARBOROUGH  ...  La  Grange 
Engineering 
Sanitary    Engineering 
Phi    Kappa    Phi;     Tau    Beta   Tau;     Phi    Eta    Sigma 
Chi     Epsilon,     president      (4);       Pi     Mu     Epsilon 
Engineering      Council       (3,      4),      president      (4) 
Freshman    Week    Committee;      A.S.C.E.;      Mu-San 
Honors    Day     {1,    2,    3);       University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 


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WILLIAM   WINSTON   YEAGER Joliet 

Commerce 
Management 

Lundgren  House 
Alpha  Kappa  Psi;  The  Daily  lllini  (3);  lllini 
Union  Committee  (3);  House  President  (3,  4); 
Student  Senate  (3,  4);  N.S.A.  Senate  Sub- 
committee (4);  Society  for  the  Advancement 
of   Management 

University   of   Michigan 


JEROME    YOCHIM    Chicago 

Liberal    Arts    and    Sciences 
Zoology 
Noble    House 
Omega    Beta    Pi 
Honors   Day    (1  ,    2,    3) 


CYRUS    YONAN,    JR Chicago 

Libera!    Arts  and   Sciences 
Pre-Medicine 
Alpha    Sigma    Phi 
Omega     Beta    Pi;       lllini    Union    Committee     (2); 
Y.M.C.A.    Committee    (2);      Interfraternity    Coun- 
cil   (2);     Freshman  Week  Committee    (3);     Inter- 
fraternity  Ball    Committee    (3);     Second    Lieuten- 
ant, Army  ROTC;     Navy  Pier  Alumni  Association; 
Spanish    Club 

CHUNG   SUL   YOUN Seoul,   Korea 

Libera!  Arts  and  Sciences 
Chemical   Engineering 
Class    Secretary -Treasurer    (2) ;     Orchesis    (2) 
Denison    University 


DUANE    BLONDELL  YOUNG... Elm    Creek,   Nebr. 
Engineering 
Electrical   Engineering 
Sigma  Tau;     A.I  .E.E.-l  .R.E. 
Honors   Day    (3) 

University    of    Nebraska;      Weber    Junior    Col- 
lege 


MARY    ELLEN    YOUNG Galesburg 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Painting 
Alpha    Phi 
Phi     Kappa     Phi;      Alpha     Lambda     Delta;      Mask 
and     Bauble;      Society    of    Illustrators,     president 
(2,   3);     The  Daily   lllini    (1);     University  Theatre 
Manager    (2,    3,    4);      Y.M.C.A.    (1);      Fine   and 
Applied    Arts    Council    (2,    3);    Young    Democrats 
Club 

Honors    Day     (1,     2,     3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship  Key 

MAHMOUD  ANIS   ZABIN Haifa,   Palestine 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Chi    Epsilon 

Fouad    First   University 


CLIFTON    THOMAS    ZABKA Chicago 

Education 

Administration 

Alpha   Chi    Rho 

University    Chorus     (4) ;      Men's    Glee    Club     (4); 

Major,    Army    ROTC;      Phalanx;      Rifle   and    Pistol 

Club 

Wilson    Junior    College;      Navy    Pier    Extension 
of   the    University   of   Illinois 


RICHARD   JOSEPH    ZABORSKY Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and  Sciences 
Psychology 
Marketing    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


HERCULES    PAUL    ZAGORAS Waukegan 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
International    Affairs 
Phi    Sigma    Kappa 
Midshipman,    NROTC;      Navy    Council 


GEORGE     SMRZ      ZAHROBSKY Berwyn 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
Botany 
Clark    House 
Y.M.C.A.      Cabinet      (3,      4);       Y.M.C.A.      Com- 
mittee    (2);       Second     Lieutenant,     Army     ROTC; 
Phi    Chi    Eta 


SARAH     JEAN     ZANG Peoria 

Liberal   Arts   and   Sciences 
English 
Palamar 
The    Daily    lllini     (1,    2,    3,    4),    Junior    Dispatch 
Manager    (3),    Junior   Soles    Manager    (4);      lllini 
Union     Committee     (1,     3};       University     Theatre 
Committee    (1);      Y.W.C.A.    Committee    (1,    2) 


DIANE    MARY    ZAREMBA Berwyn 

Commerce 

Marketing 
Alpha    Xi    Delta 
Gamma   Alpha    Chi;     Phi    Chi   Theta;      lllini   Union 
Committee     (2);      Commerce    Council     (2,    3,    4), 
president    (4);      Marketing    Club 


ROBERT  JAMES   ZARUBA Chicago 

Liberal   Arts  and   Sciences 
Mathematics 
Phi    Beta    Kappa;      Phi    Eta    Sigma;      Alpha    Delta 
Sigma;     Pi    Mu    Epsilon;     Marketing    Club 
Honors    Day     (1,     2,    3);      University    of    Illinois 
Scholarship    Key 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


RAYMOND     LUCIAN     ZAWADZKI Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Navy    Pier   Alumni    Association;      Physical    Educa- 
tion   Majors    Club 

Navy  Pier  Activities:     Varsity  Football;     Letter- 
man's    Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
I  llinois 


MARILYN   GAINES   ZEAL Chicago 

Physical    Education 
Physical    Education 
Lincoln   Avenue   Residence 
W.A.A.;     Physical   Education   Majors   Club 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


ALGIMANTAS    ZEMAITIS    Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
A.I.A. 
Honors    Day    (3) 

Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


JOSEPH   JAY   ZEMAN Chicago 

Engineering 
Civil     Engineering 
Newman   Hall 
Staff     Sargeont,     Army     ROTC;       Pershing     Rifles; 
A.S.C.E. 

Navy  Pier  Activities;     Varsity   Letterman    (2) 
Navy     Pier     Extension     of     the     University     of 
Illinois 


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SHIRLEY    ZETCHER University    City,    Mo. 

Liberal    Arts   and    Sciences 
Political    Science 
Lincoln   Avenue    Residence 
Y.M.C.A.      Committee      (4);        Young      Democrats 
Club;      Little    United    Nations 
Honors    Day    (  1  ) 

University    of   Missouri;      Washington    University 


EUGENE   FLOYDE   ZIEGLER Henr 

Division   of   Special    Services 
Economics 
Young    Democrats    Club 

University    of   Notre    Dame 


GLENN    ALBERT    ZIEMAN lake    Forest 

Engineering 
Mechanical     Engineering 
Sigma    Phi    Delta 
McKinley       Foundation       Student       Council        (2); 
Engineering    Council    (3,    4);     Second    Lieutenant, 
Army    ROTC;      A.S.M.E.;      Illinois    Rocket    Society, 
president   (4) 


RONALD    FRANCIS    ZIONTS Cicero 

Commerce 
Management 
Theta    Kappa    Phi 
Dolphins    (2);    Captain,    Army    ROTC;    Zeta   Sigma 
Alpha;     Society  for  the  Advancement  of  Manage- 
ment 


GREGORIO    ZOLKO Sao    Paulo,    Brazil 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Architecture 
Zeta   Beta   Tau 
Sachem;      Major    Chairman    Town    Meeting     lllini 
Union    Committee    (2);     Major  Chairman    Interna- 
tional   Group    lllini    Union    Committee    (3);      lllini 
Union    Council     (2,    3);      lllini    Union    Committee 
(1,    2,    3);      Campus    Chest    (1);     A. I. A.;      Ibero- 
American    Association;      Portuguese    Club      presi- 
dent   (4,   5) 


JOSEPH    MICHAEL    BURCK Chicago 

Fine    and    Applied    Arts 
Industrial    Arts 
University   of  Chicago 


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Seniors    only 


Solemn    occasion 


Senior    Class    Officers — Top    row:      John    Hoyt,    treasurer;    William    Rice,    advisor;    Rob- 
ert   Trumbull,    vice    president;    Richard    Rodgers,    advisor 
Bottom     row:       Lawrence    Chapman,     president;     Clare     Lueking,     secretary 


Senior    "100"    Banquet 


BRONZE  TABLET-1954 


Election  to  Bronze  Tablet  is  the  highest  schol- 
astic honor  awarded  to  seniors  at  the  University 
of  Illinois. 

A  senior  who  has  been  in  the  upper  three  per 
cent  of  his  class  in  his  respective  college  during 
his  junior  and  senior  years  is  entitled  to  have  his 
name  inscribed  on  the  Bronze  Tablet.  This  means 
he  must  have  received  Junior  and  Senior  Honors. 

High  Scholarship  maintained  throughout  any 
one  of  the  four  years  at  the  University  is  award- 
ed by  College  Honors.  Seniors  may  also  qualify 
for  University  Honors  if  they  have  earned  Col- 
lege Honors  twice  and  have  maintained  a  schol- 
astic average  for  their  first  seven  semesters  equal 
to  or  higher  than  the  four-semester  average  of 


the  lowest  student  recently  chosen  for  Univer- 
sity Honors  from  their  college  under  the  preced- 
ing qualifications. 

Senior  transfer  students  who  have  not  been 
at  the  University  for  four  semesters  before  grad- 
uation may  achieve  University  Honors  if  their 
average  for  the  past  three  semesters  is  equal 
to  or  higher  than  the  four-semester  average  of 
the  lowest  student  currently  elected  to  Bronze 
Tablet.  The  average  of  their  transferred  credits 
for  the  year  before  they  transferred  must  also  be 
equal  to  the  average  needed  for  University 
Honors. 

A  special  University  of  Illinois  Scholarship  Key 
is  given  to  the  recipients  of  University  Honors. 


Robert  Eddy  Armstrong 
Elisabeth  Joan   Bachman 
Ralph   Edmund  Beck 
Frederick   Louis  Behrends 
Barbara  Bell 
Elaine  Kahn  Bernsen 
Ellen   Lucille  Bremner 
Wayne  Alden  Brown 
Patricia   Jean   Burian 
Nancy  Jane  Carter 
Dale  Keith  Colyer 
Edward  James  Conklin 
Betty  Jean  Cook 
Robert  McKinstry  Culbertson 
Ravonne  Dowell 
Louise  Ann   Drechsler 
Marilyn  Marks  Fleming 
Shayle  Phillip  Fox 
Carol  M.  Greenspan 
Gunards  Hans 
Robert  Harold  Hardin 
John  Oscar  Harris 
Lawrence  Stockton  Higgins 
Judith  Marol  Hoffman 
Patsy   Rose   Hopper 
James  Robert  Jackson 


Robin  Reynolds  Johnston 
Margaret  Mary  Kincius 
Marlin  Dallas  Kleckner 
Karl  Leonard  Kleimenhagen 
Virginia  Caroline  Koch 
Donald  Robert  Koehn 
Peter  Albert  Konneker 
Dolores  Ann  Kotsiakos 
Florence  Marian  Kraabel 
Mary  Ann   Kula 
Dwight  Atherton  Mahaffy 
James  Charles  McConnell 
Roberta  Jean  McGill 
Charles  William  Meyer 
Robert  Lee  Mieher 
Shirley   Rose  Moscovitz 
Kenneth  Roy  Mount 
Harry  D.  Newman 
Joan  Carolyn  Noble 
Alvin  Donald  Ostrin 
Corliss  Edwin  Phillabaum 
Robert  Northrop  Quade 
Milton  Erwin  Radant 
Melvin  Eugene  Rath 
Clarice  Carlson  Robinson 
Richard  Constantine  Romano 


Chih-Han  Sah 

Franco  Scardiglia 

Carl  Eugene  Schauble 

Edward  Richard  Schumann 

William   Doane  Scott 

Carol  Hesper  Seibert 

Donald  Cecil  Shreffler 

Raymond  Larry  Slanker 

Frances  Bee  Sochat 

Russell  LaVerne  Sohn 
Alice  Joan  Solomon 
Carol  Leigh  Stewart 
Victor  Joseph  Tennery 
Bonnie  Trankle  VanFossan 
Donna  Roese  Vetter 
Harold  Simon  Weber 
Marilyn  Jean  Werner 
Herbert  Wiesemeyer 
James  Dudley  Winefordner 
Gloria  Esther  Winkel 
Leland  George  Wise 
Porter  John  Womeldorff 
Joseph  John  George  Yancik,  Jr. 
Elizabeth   Jane   Yeatter 
Sol  Zisook 


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Granville   A.    Bennett 


Earl    R.    Series 


Howard   A.   Hazelton 


Allan   G.    Brodie 


Harry  W.   Pearce 


The  Chicago  Professional  Colleges  opened 
another  new  building  and  activated  new  serv- 
ices during  1954-55,  continuing  the  objective  of 
providing  the  finest  facilities  in  the  nation  for 
students   enrolled   in   the   health   sciences. 

The  six-floor  classroom  and  laboratory  East 
Dentistry-Medicine-Pharmacy  Unit  was  ready  for 
fall  classes.  The  $5,500,000  building  is  being 
used  by  the  College  of  Pharmacy,  creating  space 
in  the  original  college  buildings  to  increase  the 
work  and  enrollments  of  the  Colleges  of  Med- 
icine and  Dentistry  and  the  Graduate  College. 

The  School  of  Nursing  began  a  four-year 
college-level  curriculum  in  the  fall,  of  which  the 
first  year  is  spent  on  a  liberal  arts  campus.  The 
Research  and  Educational  Hospitals  activated 
another  floor  of  the  year-old,  $7,400,000  ad- 
dition   and    instituted    Emergency   Service   on    a 


24-hour  basis  in  new  quarters.  In  recent  years 
a  Student  Residence  Hall  for  405  men  and 
women  and  a  staff  apartment  building  of  141 
units  were  financed  with  bond  issues. 

Other  teaching  facilities  of  the  University  here 
include  the  Neuropsychiatric  Institute,  the  Surgi- 
cal Institute  for  Children  and  the  Illinois  Eye  and 
Ear  Infirmary.  The  Chicago  lllini  Union  provides 
recreational  and  food  service  facilities  for  stu- 
dents, faculty  and  staff. 

The  professional  colleges  are  in  the  nation's 
largest  medical  center,  which  already  includes 
more  than  1  2,000  persons  and  facilities  of  Cook 
County,  state  and  Veterans  Administration,  as 
well  as  Presbyterian  Hospital,  Loyola-Stritch 
Schools  of  Medicine  and  Dentistry,  and  the  Chi- 
cago Medical  School. 


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Donald  J.  Caseley,  medical  director  of  Re- 
search and  Educational  Hospital  and  as- 
sociate    dean     of    the     College     of     Medicine 


Franklin    C.    Dalla,   director   of   housing 
and    the    Chicago    lllini   Union 


Maurice   J.    Galbraith,    dean    of 
student    affairs 


A.   Hooker  Goodwin,  director  of 
Illustration   Studios 


Paul  A.   Hartley,  associate  director 
of  non-academic  personnel 


ADMINISTRATIVE 
OFFICIALS 


Howard    A.    Hazelton,    business 
manager 


Margaret  D.  Johnson,   food  service 
manager 


John   E.  Millizcn,  administrator  in 
Research   and   Educational   Hospital 


George   R.   Moon,  examiner  and 
recorder 


Harry  W.   Pearce,   superintendent  of 
buildings    and    grounds 


William    A.    Peeples,    manager   of 
public    relations 


WUma    Troxel,    librarian 


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Dean  Allan  G.   Brodie 


and  practice  are  not  concentrated  in  the 
last  two  years  as  is  the  case  in  most  dental 
colleges.  During  his  freshman  year  the  stu- 
dent is  introduced  into  the  clinics  in  order 
that  throughout  the  four  years  he  may 
better  correlate  his  knowledge  of  the  med- 
ical sciences  with  actual  clinical  practice. 

The  Chicago  location  provides  an  excel- 
lent source  of  patients  for  teaching  ma- 
terial. 

The  field  of  dentistry  is  constantly  grow- 
ing in  scope  and  service  to  humanity.  With 
this  fact  in  mind  the  College  of  Dentistry 
curriculum  is  designed  to  provide  the  den- 
tal practitioner  wtih  increasing  confidence 
in  his  ability  as  a  doctor,  to  interpret  and 
manage  the  dental  problems  of  a  growing 
population. 


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COLLEGE  OF 
DENTISTRY 

The  University  of  Illinois  College  of  Den- 
tistry was  founded  in  1892  and  is  located 
on  the  near  west  side  in  Chicago's  vast 
medical  center. 

Already  renowned  for  its  facilities  and 
faculty,  the  College  is  currently  enlarging 
several  of  its  dental  clinics.  This  is  consistent 
with  the  University  plan  for  expansion  and 
improvement  in  medical  fields. 

Unique  in  some  respects  in  its  methods 
of  teaching,  the  College  of  Dentistry  dis- 
tributes instruction  in  both  medical  sciences 
and  clinical  practice  throughout  the  stu- 
dent's four  years  of  training.    Clinical  study 


College  of  Dentistry 


COLLEGE  OF 
MEDICINE 

The  University  of  Illinois  College  of  Medicine  is 
located  in  the  medical  center  on  the  west  side  of 
Chicago.  Within  a  radius  of  four  blocks  of  the  Col- 
lege of  Medicine  are  hospitals  with  over  5000 
beds  available  for  clinical  teaching.  The  University 
of  Illinois  Research  and  Educational  Hospital  and 
Neuropsychiatric  Institute  have  over  700  beds,  giv- 
ing Illinois  one  of  the  largest  university  owned 
teaching  hospitals  in  the  country. 

The  College  of  Medicine  became  affiliated  w