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NOTICE 

If you don't like some page in the Annual your 
own picture for example) DON'T KNOCK - take one 
of these sheets and paste over that pase then there'll 
he humor in the situation. 



" Sez You, Sez Me" 
Janet Wyllie — "Oh, I don't know.'' 
Marjorie Stupey — "Don't be as- 

sinine." 

Winnie Bragg — "Yeah?" 

Margaret Alford. 

Lewis Clarke. 

Sylvia Jacobs. 

Malin Buzzarrd. 

Ce.tiUde Fisher. 

Sam Bearman. 

Betty Barr. 

William King. 

Louise Ferry. 

Richard Willerton. 

Marjorie Stupsy. 

John Kottcamp. 

Ellsworth Dorton — "I haven't the 

slightest ambition." 

Nancy Jane Rudel — "Oh, Boo!" 
Miss Warren — "Come to order, 

please!" 

Ellen Walsh— "Ski-ram!" 
Pam Emmer.-;on — "Skooper!" 
Bob Brown — "Fish-hooks!" 
Eloise Stohm— "Oh, Man!" 

Sweetheai-t's Trail. 
Virginia Bairstow. 

Arthur Teece. 

Winifred Bragg. 

Teddy George. 

Carmen Hess. 

Norman Litz. 

Helen Sippola. 

William Morrison. 

Elinor Simpson. 

Ed. Broadbear. 

Beeda Littunen. 

John Gartley 
Marlin Buzzard. 

Marion Clarke. 

Harvev Metzler. 

Sally Carter. 

Lloyd Koenig. 

Willa Burke. 

Herbie Jacobs. 
Marjorie Stupey. 

Nancy Simmons. 

Teddy Turner. 

Betty Ross. 

Rus.'^'ell Whyte. 

Gunhild Peterson. 

George McCIure. 

Bernice Bauman. 

William Ferry. 

Ma'-ie Levandusky. 

William Diver. 

Lillian Fosberg. 

Howard Gutherie. 



B. Morrison: "Anyone could tell by 
looking at you' that your parents 
come from Ireland." 

T. Murphy: "They certainly nev- 
er, they are in Ireland yet." 

Mr. Fields: "Who was the first pres- 
ident of the U. S.?" 

Marcella Schumann: "I don't 
know." 

"If someone asked you for a 'Hon- 
eymoon Salad' what would you give 
them?" 

Lewis Clarke: "Just lettuce 
alone." 

Charles Crabtree (Being arrested for 
speeding) : "But officer, I'm a stu- 
dent." 

Officer: "Ignorance is no excus." 

Wm. Harding: "What's Wrigly's 
most famous slang phrase?" 
John S. : "I dunno." 
Wm. Harding: "By gum.'' 

Mr. Fields: "Where was the Dec- 
laration of Independence sig-ned?'" 

Margaret Nelson: "Well, it wasn't 
at the top." 

Margaret says, "The only reason 
.'o.Tie people leave school is- because 
they can't take it with them." 

Did you ever know that: 
Absence makes the heart grow 
fonder. 

But presents bring (juicker results. 

Ab'ce Anderfuren: "Where's the 
side of the street?' 

Mary Balen: "This is it. That 
fellow across just told me so." 

Leo Lehto: "What's the difference 
between an ambitious wife and her 
lazy husband?" 

Dyke .lohnson: "She does fancy 
v-ovk and he doesn't fancy work." 

Margaret Fitch: "Why do farm- 
ers \"'ear red suspenders?" 
"Bud" Farmer: "I wonder." 
Marparet F. : "Why does anyone 
wear them?" 

M'-. Hurd: "Could you give the 
nuf^ber of tons of coal shipped out of 
th' U. S. in one year?" 

Carl Stark: "1402; none." 



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FORESTER 



THE FORESTER 

Lake Forest College Lake Forest, Illinois • 

VOL. XXXVI 
1.9.3.4 

Editor Rdoul Robert Haas, il. 

Assistant Editor .... Elizabeth ^lane Henes 

Business Manager . . . William Francis Davis 

Faculty Committee on Publications 

Mr. Keller, Chairman; Mr. hlill, Mr. Perry 

• FORESTER STAFF 

Faculty and Classes . . . Elizabeth Jane FHenes, 
Dorothy Regina Maiman 

Athletics Evelyn Marjorie Ingram, 

Glenn Kenneth Seidenfeld, John Robert Vogt 

Activities FHelen Kathryn Lithway, 

Charles William McKnight, Eleanor Margaret Moore 

Fraternities and Sororities . James Paul Kearney, 

William FHoward Malmgren 

• DESIGNMENT . . . . Dean W. Bacon 



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PREFACE 

• Books are not absolutely dedd 
things, but do contain a progeny 
of life in them, to be as active 
as that soul whose progeny they 
dre^ nay, they do preserve as in 
a vial the purest efficacy and 
extraction of that living intellect 
that bred them. 

— MILTON, Areopagiticd 



CONTENTS 

• 1. Faculty and Administrdtion 

II. Classes 

III. Campus 

IV. Activities 

V. Athletics 
VI. Greeks 



A book s d book, though 
there s nothing in t. 

-BYRON 



D E D I C AT I O N 

• We dedicate this, the 
1934 Forester 
to 

Agnes Rose Koupal 

• • 

A sincere friend to the 

college and to its young 

men and women 



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• Asnes Rose Koupal 




Herbert McComb Moore, D.D. 

President and William Brass Professor of 

Biblical Literature. 




William E. McPhef.ters. Ph.D. 

Dean of the College and 
Professor of Enghsh. 



Agnes Rose Kolp.^l. M.A. 

Dean of Women and Assistant 
Professor of English. 





Fletchir B.aker Cohin. Ph.L> 
Professor of Chemistrw 



RcKCOE Everett Harris, Ph.D 
Professor of Physics. 





Harold Bartlett Curtis, Pi 

Professor of Mathematics. 



Jruce Lineblrg, Ph.D. 
Professor of Biology. I 





I'. C. L. VAN Steendern, Ph.D. 
Professor of Modern Ldngiiagcs 



Sterling Price Williams, Ph.D. 

Professor of P/nloso/iliv 
and P,<;vcho/ogv. 





George Newton Sleight, Ph.D. 

Professor of Education. 



George Arthur Wood, Ph.D. 
Professor of Historv. 





RoxAi.n BoAL William. PhD 

Professor of Romance 
Lanaiuiaes. 




Solly A. Hartzo, M.A 

Associate Professor of 
Political Science. 




Ernest Amos Johnson, Ph.D. 



Professor of Econo 
and Business Ad 



ministration. 



Victor Graham Davey, M.A. 
Instructor in Romance Languages- 





Louis A. Keller, M.A. 

As.sista)it Professor of Economics 



Elizabeth Teter Smith, M.A. 
Instructor in Biologw 





Karl Adolf Roth, M.A. 

Assistant Professor of the 
History of Religion and 
Biblical Literature. 



Lillian Marie Lennards, M.A. 
Instructor i7i Spanish and Latin. 





EnwARD Franklin Perry, M.A. 
Instructor ni Historw 




Ri SSELL Carlton Tomlin^on, 



Assista7it Professor oj 
Speech and the Drama. 





Eldox C. Hill, M.A, 
Instructor in £iiglis/i. 



Robert R. Louan, M.B.A. 
Instructor in Economics, 




Mildred Travis Murphy, M.A. 

Director of Physical Education 
for Womsn anci Instructor i 

Enohsh. 



Walter S. Armbruster, M.Mu.'i 
Director of Music 





Aii'ii E. Junes 

Diic-ctpr of Physical 
Education for Men. 



Ellis C. Halverson 




Marii, J. Meloy 
Registrar. 



Frederick H. Hayi * 

Assistant to the President 
and Alumni See)'etd?'v. 




Warren S. Hall 
Business Manager 



Phillip C. Allen 
Graduate Manager. 



■■Resigned February, 1934. 






MARY IRENE ROBERTS 
Bool[k_eeper 



RUTH E. ZINK 
Secretary to the President 



MABEL POWELL 
Librarian 



GILBERT A. JOHNSON 
Assistant Director of Athletics 




CLASSES 



A 



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"Citizens, you are brothers, yet God has framed you dif- 
ferently. Some of you have the power of command; and 
these he has made of gold, wherefore they have the greatest 
honor; others of silver, to be auxiliaries; others again, who are 
to be husbandmen and craftsmen, he has made of brass and 
Iron; and the species will generally be preserved In the chil- 
dren. But as you are of the same original family, a golden 
parent will sometimes have a silver son, or a silver parent a 
golden son. And God proclaims . . . that If the son of a 
golden or a silver parent has an admixture of brass or Iron, 
then nature requires a transportation of ranks; and the eye 
of the ruler must not be pitiful towards his child because he 
has to descend in the scale to become a husbandman or an 
artisan, just as there may be others sprung from the artisan 
class who are raised to honor, and become guardians and 
auxiliaries. For an oracle says that when a man of brass or 
iron guards the state. It will be destroyed." 

—Plato 




SENIORS 



WALTER THOMAS AYE, President Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Lake View High School. Chicago: Phi Eta 
Sigma, 1, 2, 3, Pres. 4: Chairman Dance Committee, 4; Foot- 
hall, 1; Golf, 3. 



DOROTHY REGINA MAIMAN, V.ce-Pr«ident 

Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from Deerheld-Shields High School; Phi Sigma Iota, 
3, Pres. 4; Committees: Election, 3, 4: Junior Prom, 3: Home- 
coming, 4: French Club, 3: Chorus, 2, 3; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, Board, 4: Pan-Hellenic Council, 4: Inter- 
tratcrnity-Intcrsoronty Council, 4; Forester Staff. 4. 



HARRIETTE MIRIAM GOLDEN, Secretary 

Entered from Deerfeld-Shields High School: Day-Student 
Girls, Social Chairman, 3, President, 4: Kappa Alpha, 4: Gar- 
nck, 4; Committees: Homecoming, 3; Dad's Day, 4: Election, 
Chairman, 4: Y. W. C. A., Sec'y. 4: McPherson Prize for 
Declamation, 2. 



ELIZABETH ELVIRA BARNEY, Treasurer Kappa Kappa Chi 

Entered from Nicholas Senn High School, Chicago: Chorus, 
2, 3; Choir, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., Board, 4; Committees: Home- 
coming, 4; Student Trip, 4; International Relations Club, 4; 
Interfraternity-Intersorority Council, 3, 4. 



SENIORS 



CHARLES WILLIAM ADAMS 



Entered from Riverside High School, 
1, :, 3, 4; Basketball, 1; Track, 1, 2; L 
Board, 3, Vicc-Pres. 4; Interfraternity-Intcr 
Intra-Mural Committee, 4. 



Phi Pi Epsilon 
Milwaukee: Football, 



F. Club: Athletic 
jrority Council, 4; 



MARIAN ANDERSON 



Ta 



Entered from New Trier Township High School: W. A. A., 
1, ;, Board, 3, President, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Inter- 
fraternity-Intersorority Council, 3, 4: Pan-Hellenic Council, 4: 
Stentor, 4: Committees: Prom, 3: House, 4; Dance, 4. 



MILDRED LUCILLE ATTRIDGE 



Entered from De 
3: Y. \V. C. A., 5 



rfield-Shields High School; W. A. A., 
4: Chorus, 2, 3; Phi Sigma Iota, 3, 4. 



RUTH VENITA BEERLY 



Kappa Kappa Chi 



Entered from Lakeview High School, Chicago: W. A. A., 1: 
Y. W. C. A., 2, 3, 4: Chorus, I, 2: Choir. 1, 2, 3, Women's 
Self Government, 4. 



SENIORS 



NATHANIEL BUTLER Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from University High School Chicago; Chairman 

Homecoming Committee, 4; Football, 1: Interfraternity-Inter- 
sororitv Council, 3. 






\TRGINL\ MAURINE CLICKENER Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from Waukegan Township High School: W. A. A., 
1, ;. 3. 4: Choir, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3. 



STERLING CRAMER. JR. Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from New Mexico Military Institute: Chairman 
Student Trip, 4: International Relations Club, 3, Vice-Pres., 4: 
Wings, 2, 3, 4. 



WILLIAM FRANCIS DAVIS' Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Loyola Academy: Stentor, 2: Forester, 2, 3, 

Dusiness Manager, 4; Committees: Election, 2: Social, 2; 
Chairman Dads'' Day, 4. 



SENIORS 



LUCILLE MARGARET De VRIES 



Rho Delta 



Entered from Proviso High School, Chicago: Women's Self 
Government, President, 4; Kappa Alpha, 3, 4; Y. W. C. A., 1, 
2, 3, 4; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: International Relations Club, 
2, 3, 4; Wings Club, 3, 4: Lois Hall House Committee, 3; 
Committees: Student Trip, 2, 4; Homecoming, 3: Election, 2: 
Varsity Basketball, 2, 3. 



FREDERICK JOHN DRAKEMAN Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School: Baseball, 1, 
2. 3, 4: Interfraternity-Intersorority Council, 4: Committees: 
Prom, 3: Dads' Day, 4. 





KATHRYN PAULINE FAAS 



Entered from Lakeview High Scho( 


3I, Chicago: 


Interfratern- 


ity-Intersorority Council, 4: Chorus, 1: 


; Y. W. C. 


A., 1, Cab- 


met, 3. 








CATHERINE ELIZABETH FORAN Gamma Rho Delta 

Entered from St. John's Cathedral: Dramatics, 4. 




SENIORS 



AUGUSTUS JEROME FORREST Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School; Tennis, 1, 2, 3; 
L. F. Club, 3, 4. 




DOROTHEA ELIZABETH GOTTLIEB Gamma Rho Delta 

Entered from Arsenal Technical High School, Indianapolis; 
Kappa Alpha, 2, 3. Pres., 4; Garrick Club, 2, 3, Pres., 4; Sigma 
Tau Delta. 2. 3, 4; Committees: Prom, 3; Election, 4; Forester 
Staff, 3. 



RAOUL ROBERT HAAS, JR. Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from Marshall High School, Chicago; Sigma Tau 
Delta, 2, 3, Pres., 4; Garrick Club. 2, 3, 4; Stentor, 2. 3, 4; 
Forester. 3, Editor, 4; International Relations Club, 3, Sec'y- 
Treas.. 4; Interfraternity-Intersorority Council, 4; Committees: 
.Dance, 2, 4; Prom. 3; Dads" Day, 3; New Students" Day, 2, 
Chairman. 4: Election, 4. 



ROBERT KING HALL 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields H 
3, 4: Phi Eta Sigma, Sec'y, 



Kappa Sigma 



Pr 

Delta. Sec, 2, Treas.. 
2, 3: Stentor. 2, 3, 4: 



Pr 
Forester, 



h School; Sigma Pi Sigma, 
3, Treas., 4; Sigma Tau 
4: Wings Club, 3, 4; Tennis, 
, Editor, 4. 



SENIORS 



ALICE ELIZABETH HARPER Kappa Kappa Ch. 

Entered from Evanston Township Hii^h School: W. A. A.. 
;, 3; Chorus, 1, 2. 



ERWIN MATHEW HEIDBRINK Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Lakeview High School, Chicago: Athletic 
Board, Sec'y, 3, Pres., 4; Business Manager Garrick Club, 4: 
International Relations Club, 2, Vice-Pres., 3: Football, 1, 2: 
L. F. Club, 4: Homecoming Committee, 3. 



ELIZABETH JANE HENES 



Theta Psi 



Entered from Milwaukee University School: Sigma Tau 
Delta, 2, 3, 4; Kappa Alpha, 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary, 3; Pan- 
Hellenic Council, Pres., 4: Committees; Prom, 3: Lois Hall 
House, 4: Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Interfraternity-Intersorority 
Council, 4: Stentor, 2, 3, 4: Forester, 3, Assistant Editor, 4. 




MARGARET LAURA HOELZL 

Entered from Milwaukee-Downer Seminary: Y. W. 
4: Committees: Homecoming, 4: Lois Hall House, 4. 






SENIORS 



GEORGE EDWARD HOFFMAN, JR. 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Staunton Military Academy, Virginia. 



WILLIAM VINEY HOFFMAN 



Phi Pi Epsilon 



Entered from New Trier High School: Football, 1: Tennis 
1, 2, 3, 4. 



HERBERT BENNETT JACOBS 

Entered from Waukegan Township High School: Stentor, 
;, .3, Editor, 4; Student Council, 3, Vice-Pres., 4: Class Trea- 
surer, 2: Debate, 2, 3, 4; MacPherson Prize for Oratory, 2: 
International Relations Cluh, 3: Basketball, 1: Baseball, 1; Com- 
mittees: Dads' Day, 3, 4: Pep, 2. 3, Chairman, 4: Student 
Trip, 3. 



FLOYD VICTOR KISTLER 



Phi Pi Epsilon 



Entered from Waukegan Township High School: Band, 2, 
4; Chorus, 1, 2. 3: Football, Ass't Mgr., 2. 



SENIORS 



JOHN HENRY KLEINE 



DiKamma Alpha Upsilon 



Entered from Nicholas Senn High School, Chicago; Garrick 
Club, 2, 3, 4: Sigma Tau Delta; Track, 1. 



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WILLIAM LEE KLEINZ, JR. 



Alpha Sigma Kappa 



Entered from Morgan Park High School, Chicago; Baseball, 
1; Basketball, 1: Tennis, 2, Manager, 3, 4; L. P. Club, 4; Inter- 
national Relations Club, 3, 4; Athletic Board, 4; Interfraternity- 
Intersorority Council, 4; Election Committee, 3, 4. 




DAVID WARREN LAMB 



Alpha Sigma Kappa 



Entered from Hinsdale Township High School; Chorus, 
Prench Club, 4. 




RUTH ETHEL LAVERY Theta Psi 

Entered from Academy of Our Ladv, Chicago; Chorus, 3: 
Y. W. C, A., 3, 4; French Club, 4. 





HELEN KATHRYN LITHWAY 



SENIORS 



Kappa Kappa Chi 



Entered from Bloom Township High School, Chicago Heights; 
Kappa Alpha, 3, 4; Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3, 4; International 
Relations Club, 4; Class Vice-Pres., 2: Student Council Secy, 
4; Forester Staff, 3, 4; Committees: Prom, 3; Dance, 3, 4; 
Dads' Day, 4: Election, 4; Chorus, 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A.. 
1, 2, 3, 4: W. A. A,, 3, 4; Interfraternity-Intersorority Council. 



ELNORA ALICE LOOMIS 

Y^ W. C. A., 3, 4, 



Kappa Kappa Chi 



BERNICE VERONICA MALELA 

Entered from Waukegan Township High School; Chor 
1, 2, 3. 4; Y. W. C. A, 1, 2, 3, 4. 



MILTON ERWIN MORGAN Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Iron Mountain High School: Iron Key, 3, 

Pros., 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball, 1, 2, 3, 4; L. F. Club; Intramural Committee, 3. 



SENIORS 



CARL MARIUS PETERSON Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School; Phi Sigma Iota, 
2, 3, 4; French Club, 2; Economics Fraternity, President, 4. 




KAARINA RAUTALAHTI 

Entered from Waukegan Township High School; Phi Sigma 
Iota, 3, Sec'y, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Sec'y-Treas., Day Student 
Girls, 4; Y. W. C. A., 2. 3, Board, 4: Choir, 2, 3; Chorus, 
1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres., 4; W. A. A,, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3; 
Hockey, 3. 




AUDREY MAY RIDGWAY 



Gamma Rho Delta 



Entered from Freeport High School; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4; Committees: House, 4; Dads' Day, 4. 





WILLIAM H. J. SCHULTZ 



Alpha Sigma Kappa 



Entered from Austin High School, Chicago; Pres., Student 
Council, 4; Iron Key, 2, 3, 4; Stentor, 2, 3, Bus. Mgr., 4; Gar- 
rick, 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres., 4; Band, 1, 2; Economics Fraternity, 
4; Basketball Mgr., 4; Football Mgr., 1, 2; Baseball, 1; Com- 
mittees: Election, 2; Student Trip, 2; Chairman, Prom, 3. 






"mT^ 



I'ALL WILLIAM SPEICHER 



SENIORS 



Digamina Alpha Upsilon 



Entered from Berne High School, Indiana; Band. 1. 2; Or 
chestra, 2: Forester, 3; Economics Fraternity, 4. 



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EMILY SHIRLEY WALCZAK Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from University of Wisconsin: W. A. A., 2, 3, 4: 
Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3, 4: Pan-Hcllenic Council, 4; House Com- 




JANE REYNOLDS WENBAN 

Entered from Ferry Hall; French Club; Y. W. C. A.. 
W. A. A., 4. 





ALFRED JAMES WENNERMARK Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Fort Wayne High School; Garrick Club, 2, 3. 

4; Track, 1, 2, 3; Cross-country, 1: Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3, 4: 

Iron Key, 2, 3, 4; International Relations Club, 2, Pres., 3, 4: 
Class President, 3. 



SENIORS 



DONALD EVANS LUDER 

Entered from Mt. Horeh, W'isconsir 



Kappa Sigma 




A 



FATHER ANDREW E. F^ ANDERSON 



DALTON BERNARD BLECH 

Entered from Lake Forest Academy: Band, 2, 
3, Vice-Pres., 4; Student Trip Committee, 4. 



ALLYN GEORGE BONNIE Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Rhinelander High School: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Baseball Mgr., 3: Intramural Committee, 4: Homecoming Com- 
mittee, 4: Student Trip, 4; Economic Fraternity, 4. 



GEORGE EDWARD EATON 



Phi Pi Epsilon 



Entcied from New Trier High School; Sigma Tau Delta, 3, 
Treas.. 4: Phi Sigma Iota. 3, 4: Iron Key, 4: Football, 1, 2, 3, 4: 
Track, 1, 2; L. F. Club. 



JOHN WILLIAM ENOS 



Digamma Alpha Upsilon 



Entered from Parker High School, Chicago: Football, 2, 
4: Track, 3: Stentor, 3. 



GUNNAR CARL ERICKSON Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Grosse Point High School, Detroit: Football. 
1. 2. 3. Captain. 4: Prom Committee. 3. 



CARL PARKER 



Digamma Alpha Upsilon 




WILLIAM GROUTT DWINNELL, President Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Providence Technical High School. R. I.; Football, 
1, 3, 4; Class Treasurer, 1: Baseball Mgr. 4. 

ELEANOR MARGARET MOORE, Secretary Sigma Tau 

Entered from Waukcgan Township High School: W. A. A., 

1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., 1, Sec'y, 2, Pres., 3: Committees: Prom, 3, 

Dads" Day, 3; Election, 3; Forester, 3: French, 1, 2, 3. 

ELIZABETH JANE LEISING, Treasurer Theta Psi 

Entered from Bloom Township High School, Chicago Heights; 
V. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3; Garrick, 2, 3; Vice-President Sophomore Class; 
French Club, 2, 3; Prom Queen, 2; Committees: Homecoming, 3; 
Student Trip. 3; Election, 3; Dance, 3. 



JUNIORS 



ROBERT CARL BADE Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Lane Technical High School, Chicago; Iron Key, 
2, 3; Track, 1, 2; Football, 3: Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Stentor, 2, 3; L. F. 
Club. 



CHARLES GREGORY BARTON Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from St. John's Military Academy; Baseball, 1, 2, 3; 
Homecoming Committee, 3. 



MONA VIVIENNE BERNDT Theta Psi 

Entered from Washington High School, Milwaukee; Y. W. C. A., 




3; Chorus, 2; Dance Committee, 2; W. A. A. 




THOMAS MARVIN ELVIN Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from New Trier Hii^h School; Band, 1. 2, Pres., 3; 
Chorus, 1, :, 3: Choir, 1. 2, 3; Stcntor Business staff, 3; Garrick, 
2, 3: Committees: Dance, 3; Dads" Day, 3; Homecoming, 2; New 
Students' Day, 2; Prom, 3. 



DORIS GANN 

Entered from Buena Vista College; French Cluh, 3; Chorus, 3. 

FREDERICK EDWARD GOTTLIEB Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Waukegan Township High School. 




JUNIORS 




ERNEST THEODORE BROWN Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Southwest High School, Kansas City; Stentor, Busi- 
ness staff, 3; Assistant Track Mgr., 2; Manager, 3; Wings Club. 

1, 2, 3. 

HELEN FRANCES CAPP Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from University High School, Chicago; Y. W. C. A., 2, 
3; Chorus, 1, 2; Committees; House, 2, 3; Dads' Day, 2, 3; Stu- 
dent Trip, 3. 

DOROTHY ECKFELDT Theta Psi 

Entered from Bloom Township High School, Chicago Heights; 
Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3; Economics Fraternity, 3; Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3; 
Chorus, 2; Secretary Freshman Class. 




JOY LEONE GRUMMITT 
Entered from Libertvvil 
1, :, 3; Y. \V. C. A.. 3. 



Alpha Xi Delta 
Township High School: W. A. A., 



ELEANOR HECKER Theta Psi 

Entered from Milwaukee University School; French Club, 1, 2, 
Pres., 3; Phi Sigma Iota. 2, 3: W. A. A., 1, 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., 
1. 2. 3: Chorus, 1, 2: Dads" Day Committee, 3. 



GEORGE HAROLD GRUENDEL Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Lakeview Hit;h School, Chicago; Wings Club, 1, 
2, 3; Football, 1, 2; Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Baseball, 1, 2: L. F. Club. 



JUNIORS 



LOWELL HARTLEY JOHNSON Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from New Trier High School; Baseball, 1, 2, 3; Athletic 
Board, 3; Intramural Board, 3; Economics Fraternity, 3; Pep Com- 
mittee. 3. 

ETHYL GERTRUDE KENNEDY Theta Psi 

Entered from Marywood Academy. Evanston: Phi Sigma Iota, 3; 

French Club, 1, 2, Sec'y-Treas., 3; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A., 

1, 2, 3. 

RUDOLPH HENRY KROETZ Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Milwaukee University School; Student Council, 3; 
Iron Key, 2, 3; International Relations Club, 2, 3; Football Manager, 
1, 2, 3; Stentor, 1, 2, 3; Committees: Homecoming, 2; Prom, 3. 




JOHN WOODROW LOVETON Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Rhinelander High School, Wisconsin; Garrick, 2, 3; 
Debate, 3; Baseball, 1, 2, 3; Committees: Prom, 3; Pep, 1, 3. 



MARY ETHLYN MELLOR Theta Psi 

Entered from St. Mary's School, Knoxville, Illinois; French 
Club, 3; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3; Y. W. C. A., I, 2, 3. 



MARY ELIZABETH LONGBRAKE Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from Marvsville High School, Ohio; French Club, 2, 3; 
Chorus, 1, 2; Y. W. C. A., 2, 3; W. A. A., 1, 2, 3; Prom Com- 
mittee, 3. 




JUNIORS 








CHARLES WILLIAM McKNIGHT Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered Irom Bloom Township High School; Garrick, 2, 3; Forester 
staff, 3; Committees; Intramural, 3; Election, 2, 



MARY ELEANOR NEWSOM 

Entered from Libertyville Township High School; Y'. W. C. A., 3; 



EDWARD WILLIAM NIEMEYER Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Deerlield-Shields High School. 




FREDERICK CHARLES PANZER Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Carl Schurz High School, Chicago; Dramatics, 2, 3; 
Debate, 3; Basketball, 3; Committees: Prom, 3; Dads" Day, 3: Home- 
coming, 3. 



JANET MITCHELL RITCHEY Theta Psi 

Entered from Academy of Our Lady, Chicago; Y. W. C. A., 2, 3; 
Dramatics, 2, 3: House Committee Secretary, 3. 



LLOYD GEORGE ROBERTS Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Crystal Lake Township High School: Football, 

1, 2, 3; Intramural Board, 2, 3; Chairman of the Prom Committee, 

3: L. F. Club. 



JUNIORS 



GLENN KENNETH SEIDENFELD 

Entered from Waukegan Township High School; Debate, 1, 2, 3; 
Tennis, 2: Athletic Board, 2, 3: Intramural; Dads" Day, Homecoming 
Committees, 2: Prom; Dance Committees, 3; Student Council, 3; For- 
ester, 3; Stentor, 2, 3. 

ROBERT BIGGER SMITH 

Entered from Pyeng Yang Foreign School, Chairyung, Chosen; 
Phi Eta Sigma, 1, 2, Treas., 3; Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3; Tennis, 2; 
Band, 1, 2, 3. 

RODGER BROWNING SMITH 

Entered from Pyeng Yang Foreign School, Chairyung, Chosen: Phi 
Eta Sigma, 1, Treas.; 2, Vice-Pres., 3; Sigma Tau Delta, 2, 3; Tennis, 
1, 2. 




GIFFORD DEAN WRAY 

Entered from Nicholas Senn High 
School, Chicago; Band, 1, 2, 3; Chorus, 




lUNIORS 




RUTH MIRIAM WHITE Theta Psi 

Entered from Rockford High School. 

Illinois: W. A. A., 2, 3: Y. W. C. A., 

1. 2. Treas., 3; Chorus, 1, 2, 3: Hockey, 



PAUL ROMNEY BLOOM 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Lindblom High School, Chicago, 



MARLYS LORRAINE GREEN 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School. 



ELEANOR MARGARET De YOUNG 

Theta Psi 
Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School: W. A. A., 1, 2, Sec'y. 3: French Club, 
3: Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3. 



GEORGE .ALEXANDER H.ARDY 

Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Detroit Country Day. 



JOHN HUBLEY Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



JACOB FELL 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School: 
Baseball, 1: Election Committee, 3. 



ROSE ANNA JAECKEL 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School. 



ANTON JOSEPH FUCHS 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Antioch High School; Basket- 
ball, 2, 3; Baseball, 1. 2, 3^ 



MARSHALL JOYCE 

Entered from Deerheld-Shields High School. 



ALFREDA ELIZABETH GESSNER Theta Psi 
Entered from Riverside High School, Milwau- 
kee: Y. W. C. A., 2, 3; Chorus, 2. 



JAMES PAUL KEARNEY 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Mankato High School, Minne- 
sota. 



JUNIORS 



CECEIL RAY KRAMER 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School: Phi Sigma Iota, 3: French Club, 2, 3: 
Wings Cluh, 2: W. A. A., 1, 2, 3. 



JOHN HENRY SCHROEDER Phi Pi Epsilon 
Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School: Baseball, 3: Football, 3. 



WILLIAM HOWARD MALMGREN 

Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Farmington High School, Illi- 
nois: Sigma Tau Delta, 3. 



AUDREY GWENDOLYN MEYER Theta Psi 
Entered from Nicholas Senn High School, 
Chicago: Phi Sigma Iota, 3: Y. W. C. A.. 1, 
2, 3: French Club, 2, 3; Chorus, I, 2. 



FRANK WOODS MILHENING 
Entered from Evanston High School. 



LILLIAN BROWN SCOTT Theta Psi 

Entered from New Trier High School: Y. W. 
C. A.. 2. 3: French Club, 3. 



ARTHUR CHURCH SEARING Phi Pi Epsilon 
Entered from Mankato High School. Minne- 
sota: Tennis, 1, 2: International Relations Club, 



FRANK LENZ SPREYER 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Crystal Lake Township High 
School: Iron Key, 2, 3: Football, 3: Basketball, 
3: Economics Fraternity, 3: L. F. Club. 



HELEN WILSON McEWEN 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School; 
Hockey, 1, Captain, 2: Basketball, 1, 2: Base- 
ball, 1, Captain, 2: W. A. A., 1, 2, Treas. 3; 
Economics Fraternity, 3. 



CHESTER HAROLD STRIPE 

Entered from Waukegan Township 



School: Football, 1: Chorus 
lations Club, 3: Debate, 3 



High 

2: International Re- 



RAYMOND V. NORTMAN Phi Pi Epsilon 
Entered from Milwaukee University School; 
French Club, 2: Choir, 3: Stentor, 2, 3: Com- 
mittees: Election, 3: Homecoming, 3; Debate, 
3: Dramatics, 2, 3: Interfraternity-Intersorority 
Council, 5. 



SAMPSON LOUIS PARSONS Phi Pi Epsilon 
Entered from Milwaukee University School; 
Football, 1, 2: Baseball, 2, 3: Iron Key, 3, 4; 
Dads' Day Committee, 3; Stentor, 3, 4; L. F. 
Club, 4. 



SAMUEL ORRICK RICE 

Entered from New Trier High School. 



MAE ELIZABETH STUDER 

Entered from Libertyville Township High 
School. 



JOHN ROBERT VOGT Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Milwaukee University School: 
Football, 1, 2, 3: Debate, 2, 3: Forester, 3; 
Economics Fraternity, 3: L. F. Club. 



WILMA KATHRYN WESTERMAN 

Theta Psi 
Entered from Milwaukee University School; 
Kappa Alpha, 2, 3: Phi Sigma Iota, 2, 3; Sigma 
Tau Delta, 2, 3: W. A. A., 1, 2, Vice-Pres., 3: 
Y. W. C. A., 1, 2, 3: Chorus, 1, 2: French 
Club, 1, 2: Stentor, 2, 3: Junior Prom Com- 
mittee, 3. 



DOUGLAS IRVING SCHAUS Phi Pi Epsilon 
Entered from Milwaukee University School: 
Baseball, 1, 2. 



JACK HENRY ZENGLER 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 




WILLARD JEAN DAIKER President 

Kappa Sigma 

Entered Irom Grant Township High School, 
Fox Lake, Illinois. 



MARY ELIZABETH SIEMAN Secretary 

Sigma Tau 
Entered from Oak Park High School. 



ELLEN JULIA ERICKSON Vice-Presxdem 
Theta Psi 
Entered from Oak Park High School. 



WILLIAM HAMMOND Treasurer 

Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



SOPHOMORES 



JANICE BARR Sigma Tau 

Entered from La Jolla High School, Cali- 
fornia. 



JENNIE GEORGE 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



LOWELL MAURICE COMEE 

Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered new New Trier High School. 



RUTH ADELINE HACKLEY Theta Ps: 

Entered from Oak Park High School. 





FRAN'CIS AMES HAVNER Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Deertield-Shields High School. 



HELEN WILLETT HEYWORTH 

Gamma Rho Delta 

Entered from Nicholas Senn High School, 
Chicago. 



RALPH WALDO HENNINGS 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Evanston Township High 
School. 



GEORGE EDWARD HISCOTT Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Evanston Township High 



SOPHOMORES 



DEFREES HOLMES Kappa Sigma 

Entered from New Trier High School. 



EVELYN MARJORIE INGRAM 

Gamma Rho Delta 

Entered from Deeriield-Shields High School. 



STEPHEN HOPKINS Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Decrfield-Shields High School. 



REVA LOIS KAMPER Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from Oak Park High School. 





RC1Y DIEZ KEEHN Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Pnncipia, St. Louis, Missouri. 



JANICE LLEWELLYN Sigma Tau 

Entered from Girl's Latin School, Chicago. 



DOROTHEA ETTA LANDRY 

Kappa Kappa Chi 

Entered from Grant Township High School, 
Fox Lake, Illinois. 



VIRGINIA LOUISE LOWRY Sigma Tau 

Entered from Rock Island High School. 



SOPHOMORES 



GEORGE MADDEN 



Kappa Sigma ELBERT HUBBARD MASON 



Entered from Lyons High School, Clinton, 
Iowa. 



Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School. 



CHARLES MEYER MASON 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School. 



KATHERINE McKOWN Theta Psi 

Entered from Rock Island High School. 





LOUIS ORTON PALMER Alphu Sigma Kappa 
Entered from Parker High School, Chicago. 



OMAR HOLLINGSWORTH QUINN 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Hyde Park High SchooL Chi- 
cago. 



MARY ELIZABETH POTTER Sigma Tau 

Entered from Evanston Township High 
School. 



HERMAN HART RITZWOLLER 

Digamma Alpha L^psilon 

Entered from L'niversity High Schctol, Chi- 
cago. 



SOPHOMORES 



ELEANOR LOUISE THOMPSON Theta Psi 

Entered from Evan.ston Township Higii 
School. 



BEATRICE WELTON Alpha Xi Delta 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School. 



JANE TVERDAHL Gamma Rho Delta 

Entered from St. Kathcrine's School, Daven- 
port, Iowa. 



GEORGE IRVING WENBAN Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Deerfield-Shiclds High School. 





WILLIAM JOHN WOODALL Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Royal Oak High School, Mich- 



JOHN BRANDON GUTHRIE 

Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from Lake Forest Academy. 



SOPHOMORES 



VERNON RAY ANDREWS Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Libertyville Township High 
School. 



GEORGE OHVER CHURCHILL 

Digajiima Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Libertyville Township High 
School. 



ELEANOR AUSTIN Gamma Rho Delta 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 

JOHN DRAKE AUSTIN Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 

HAROLD LaVERN BISHOP 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 
School. 

CALVIN EDMUND BLAIR Kappa Sigma 

Entered from New Trier High School. 



HELEN MARY DECKER 

Entered from Libertyville Township High 
School. 



WILLIAM STOWELL DIVER Kappa Sigma 
Entered from Waukegan Township High 



ROBERT RAPHAEL DOBBIN 

Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



RUTH LOUISE BOLT 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High Scho 



LESLIE MORTON DOHR Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Proviso Township High School. 



HAROLD KEITH CADY Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Brimficld Township High 
School, Illinois. 



THOMAS HARTWELL DYER 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Iron Mountain High School, 
Michigan. 



LESLEY KIRK CHAMPLIN Gamma Rho Delta 
Entered from New Trier High School. 



ELBERT RANEY EMERY Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



SOPHOMORES 



FRANK KENDALL GARRETSON 

Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from New Trier High SchooL 



VVINFIELD JAMES REED 

Entered from Vv'aukcgan Township High 
School. 



GEORGE GESSNER Digamma Alpha Upsilon 
Entered from Northwestern University. 

STEPHEN WOOD GRAY 

Entered from Evanston Township High 
SchooL 



ROBERT ANDREW GUILFORD 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Lake Forest Academy. 



OSCAR LEE GYLLENBERG 

Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



EDWARD HERBERT HOFFMAN 

Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



ROBERT HAROLD ICKES Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Morgan Park Military Academy. 



WILLIAM HOWARD SPURGEON 

Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from Webb School, Clairmont. Cali- 
fornia. 



NETTA ELIZABETH STEINHAUS 

Entered from Warren Township High School. 



JULIAN RUTLAND STRIPE 

Entered from Waukegan Township High 



FRANCES CHARLOTTE WALDO 

Entered from Lihertyville Township High 
School. 



FRANKLIN DOLAN WANNER 

Alpha Sigma Kappa 

Entered from New Trier High School. 



UNO MATTHEW LAKE Kappa Sigma 

Entered from Lake Forest Academy. 



ERWIN WALTER WENDT Phi Pi Epsilon 
Entered from Carl Schur; High School. Chi- 



GEORGE WILLIAM MARTIN 

Entered from Wankegan Township High 
School. 



RICHARD WTDMARK Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Princeton Township High 
School, Illinois. 



ROBERT L. NORRINGTON 

Entered from Indian Hill Academy, Winnetka, 
Illinois. 



HUGO G. JOLO WINKLER 

Entered from Deerfield-Shields High School. 



WILLIAM WALTER PENROD 

Phi Pi Epsilon 

Entered from Milwaukee University School. 



CURTIS WUHS Digamma Alpha Upsilon 

Entered from Lakeview High School, Chicago. 




CAMPUS 



THE HENRY C DURAND INSTITUTE 

A brown-stone building^ the institute was erect- 
ed by Mr. Durand in 1 891 . It contains the 
ofPices of the President, Registrar, Dean, and Business 
Manager; the recitation rooms of the departments 
of Latin, Modern Languages, Economics, Religion, 
and Speech. 



When I heard the learn d astronomer, 
When the proofs, the figures, were ranged 

in columns before me. 
When I was shown the charts and diagrams, 

to add, divide, and measure them. 
When I sitting heard the astronomer where 

he lectured with much applause in the 

lecture-room. 
How soon unaccountable I became 

tired and sick. 
Till rising and gliding out I wander d off 

by myself. 
In the mystical moist night-air, 

and from time to time. 
Look d up in perfect silence at the stars. 
-WHITMAN 





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THE REID MEMORIAL CHAPEL 

Erected in 1 899 by Mrs. Simon S. Reid and her 
f-dmily ds d memoridi to Mrs. Lily Reid Holt^ '84^ 
of Lake Forest. It is d Gothic building of Bed- 
ford stone^ crowned by a grdceful tower. In the 
rear of the choir is a stained glass window by 
Louis Tiffany. 



hiere all is beautiful ! 
The rustling boughs 

hidve such a strange, 
full sound. The 
darkling arms 

Of the great firs move 
so mysteriously. 

hlow solemnly their 
heads sway to and 
fro I 

-HAUPTMAN 



THE LOIS DURAND HALL 

It was erected in 1 898 by the late Henry C. 
Durand in memory or his mother^ in v^hose honor 
it is named. The hHall is a red brick building in 
Elizabethan style. 



But oh! that deep romantic 
chasm which slanted 

Down the green hill 

athwart a cedarn cover! 

A savage place! as holy 
and enchanted 

As e er beneath a waning 
moon was haunted 

By v/oman wailing for her 
demon lover! 

-COLERIDGE ■ 



THE BLACKSTONE AND 

HARLAN HALLS 

Built in 1 906-7/ they drz the sift of Mrs. Timothy 
B. Bldckstone, of Chicago, and named in memory 
of Mr. Blackstone, and in honor of Richard D. 
Harlan, former President of Lake Forest University. 



The towers amid the 
moonlight, yet more 
sweet 

Than any voice but 
thine, sweetest of all 

-SHELLEY 





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THE CALVIN DURAND COMMONS 

The gift of the late Calvin Durand, it was erected 
in 1907-8. The furnishings were the gift of Mr. 
D. Mark CummingS/ of Lake Forest. 



PETO. (Reads) 

Item, A capon, - - - 2s. 2d. 

Item, Sauce,- - - - 4d. 

Item, Sack, two gallons 5s. 8d. 
Item, Anchovies and sack 

after supper, - - 2s. 6d. 

Item, Bread, - - - - ob. 8d. 

PRINCE. O monstrous! but one half-penny 
worth of bread to this intolerable 
deal of sack! 

-SHAKESPEARE 




Slark iSaas Bg&rr 
1912 — 1933 



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ISiii litllr. uamrlrsH unrrmritiliprrft. mtn nf 
hiniiunui an^ uf Unir. 

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ACTIVITIES 



STUDENT POLL 




Dr. Johnson 



E;li I \ Hi v\\ (ii; ni 



William Dwinell 



THE STENTOR-FORESTER POLL 

Most Beautiful Coed EiLEEK Heyworth 

Most Pofiuldr Coed ........ Margaret H(1lty 

Most 'Popular Professor . . . . . Dr Ernest A. J(ihnson 

Most Popular Man -.-...-, William Dwinell 
P>est Dressed ^Voman .-.-.., Catherine Foran 

P>est Dressed Man Frederick Panzer 

Most Thorough Gentleman -,-,,,, Raoul R. Haas 
Laciest hidividual ,,,,,,,, Charles Adams 

Biggest Bluffer - Samuel Rice 

Most Versatile Individual ,--,,, Margaret Shoemaker 
Most Scholarly Individual ...... Twt Smith BrcITHERS 

Most Loving Couple ■ ■ ■ George Eaton-Estella Mae Lawrence 

Most Bashful Wo?nan ........ Doris Butler 

Most Bashful Man -.,,.... Robert Spring 



FORESTER 




1st row: Haas, Hencs, Davis. Maiman, Lithway. 

2nd row: VIcKnight, NIoore, Seidcnfeld. Ingram, Bacon. 

?iot present: Vogt, Kearney. Malmgren. 



Editor R.\ouL Robert H.ji.^s, Jr. 

Assistant Editor Eli2.\beth Jane Henes 

Business Manager ....... William Francis Davis 



STAFF 



Dorothy Regina Maiman 
Evelyn Marjorie Ingram 
Glenn Kenneth Seidenfeld 
John Robert Vogt 



Helen Kathryn Lithway 
Charles William McKnight 
Eleanor Margaret Moore 
James Pal'L Kearney 



William Howard Malmgren 



DESIGNMENT 
Dean W. B.acon 



CANDIDATES 



Louis Orton Palmer 



Arthi'r Church Se.aring 




STENTOR 

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ist roir: Jacobs. Seidenfeld, Schult;, H. Heyworth. J. Wenhan. 
2v.d row: DeVries, M. Anderson, Durkin, Moore, Bade. 
ird rov.'-. Holmes, Haas, Kroetz, Elvin, Brown. 

'Hot present: Smith, Domville. Kuerst, Lidicker, Steinhaus, Andrews, Westerman, Gray, C. Stripe, Meigs, 
Penrod, Wright, Parsons, Cady, Dobbin. 

EDITORIAL STAFF 

Editor-in-chief Herbert Bennett J.acobs 

Hews Editor Glenn Seidenfeld 

Tieivs Staf— D.\LE Smith, Tom Domville, Al Kuerst, Helen Heyworth, J.ane Wen- 
B.^N, Hubert Lidicker. 

Activities Editor WiLM.\ Westerm.^n 

Activities Stajf -Nett.a> Steinh.aus, Vernon Andrews, Stephen Gr.ay, Chester Stripe, 
H.-\rold Meigs. 

Women's Hews Editor Lucille DeVries 

Women's l^ews Staff — M.arion Anderson, J.ane Durkin, Ele.anor Moore. 

S^orti- Editor RoBERT B.\DE 

sports Staf— WiLLi.AM Penrod, Royce Wright, Defrees Holmes. 
Feature Editors R.wuL H.a.\s, S.am Persons 

BUSINESS STAFF 

Business Manager Willi.am H. J. Schultz 

RuDi Kroetz, Tom Elvin, Keith Cady. Robert Dobbin, Ted Brown " 







GARRICK CLUB 









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Schult:, Haas, D. Gottlieb, President; Lei.sing, Elvin. 
Loveton, Golden, Heidbnnk, McKnight. 



: Garnck Club begins J2nd season under the direction of R. C. Tomlinson, 
Tomlinson announces the cast of "Counsellor- At-Law." Widmark and Gott- 



hel- 



September 

October 6 
n title roles. 

October 14: Members of Garrick present a one-act play for Dads" Day 

October 25 and 26: "Counsellor- At-Law" a huge success, 

November 24: The Freshman play announced. To be "The Third L 
and Jack Stuart in leads. 

March 7 and S: "Smilin' Through" presented with Leslie Champlin and Lawrence Palmer 

March 28 and 2'-) : "Houseparty," with a huge cast of Freshmen, receives much applause 
Domville, Sugg, and Lane get big hand. 

April 17: "Another Language" to be last play of ?2nd season, Director Tomlinson an 



Hard Fisher 



nounces. 










THE THIRD LEG 




Susie - 


M.ARG.ARET StRUVE 


Mi. Patterson 


Al Kuerst 


The T^titncless One 


John W.\de 


Mrs. Boyd - 


June Webster 


Mrs. Janey 


H.AZEL Fisher 


Mrs, Mallory ■ 


Marion L.'\ne 


Mr. Janney 


].\C.K StEW.JiRT 


Mr. hoyd. - 


Herbert Schnetzsky 


Mrs. Driver - 


S.^R.XH LiNEBURG 


Mr. V\e\A 


Robert Spring 


Mr. Thompson 


J.^CK Sugg 


Sergeant 


J.AMES TiBBETTS 


Bobby Gordon 


Tom Domville 


Police Officers 


Tom Diver, Dick Sweitzer 


Mrs. Pdtterso?] 


LORR.MNE Cl.ARK 


Salesynan 


James Tibbetts 




Messenger 


Lloyd V.^n Dusen 



COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 



THE CAST 

Res-iie Creeii Elizabeth LeisiiiK 

Henrv Suskind William Scluiltz 

Sarah Becker Leslie Champlin 

A Tall Man James Kearney 

A Stout iWan Jack Stewart 

A Postman William Diver 

Zedorah Chapman Virginia Lowry 

Charles McFadden John Lnveton 

Tohn P. Tedesco William McKnight 

Goldie Rindscopf Ellen Erickson 

Regina Gordon Dorothea Gottlieb 

Herbert Howard WeinberK Raoul Haas 

Arthur Sandler '. Louis Palmer 

Lillian LaRue Kav Foran 

An Errand Bov Dtlreev 11,, hues 

Roy Darwin .' Willi.Lm Si„n,;eon 

George Simon Riciiard W'ulniark 

Cora Simon Harriet tiulden 

Lena Simon Hazel Fisher 

Peter T. Malcne Rav Nortman 

Tohann Breitstein Sterling Cramer 

David Simon Frederick Panzer 

Harry Becker William Malmgren 

Richard Dwight, Ir William Penrod 

Dorothy Dwight Janet Ritchev 





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Dr. Owen Harding John Stewa 

Ellen Elizabeth Le 

Mnonveen Cla 

Dungannon \ '-'""''= ^ """ 

Wiihe Ainley Juhn Lov 

Kenneth Wayne R.chardW.dn 

Jeremiah Wayne \ 

Mary Clare Ja 

First Man John W: 

Kirst Woman Shirle 

d Man Erwin Heidbr 

Second Won 

Third ilan Herbert Schnetz 

Thud Woman 1-ois Wils 




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HOUSE PARTY 



CAST 

Alan llradfnv.l Tlionias Dniiivill. 

kotiakl Evans Jack Sur> 

Sallv Andrews Marion Lan, 

Florence Elizabeth Leisinj 

Hortense Pfeiffer Eleanor Moon 

Mrs. Milligan Nedra Tree: 

M rs. White VirgMiia Farnie 

Mr> Rutherford Hazel Fishe 

Edward Canby WilUam Penroi 

Darrow Tenckes John Loveto: 

Doris Callander Elizabeth Korhunic 

Malcolm F. R. White Herbert Schnetzki 

Bill Warren William Schult; 

Chick Smyth Erwin Heidbrinl 

Marrianne Guion Margaret Shoemake 

Rob Davis James Tibbet 

liettv Creeling Lora-Belle Bundesei 

Tames Lowell Corner 

rack Rav Evan 

Beatrice Margaret Struv 

Peter Loms Palme 

Helen Julie Peterkor 












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DEBATING 




1st row: Jacobs, Scidcnicid, Luveton, Speichcr, Pander, Holmes. 



October 6 : Professor T 



ssues call for men interested in debatincr. 



omnnson i 

November 24: With Herbert Jacobs and Glenn Seidenfeld as the only experi- 
enced men, the team as announced today will be composed of: Ray Nortman, Kenneth 
Garretson, John Loveton, James Kearney, Paul Speicher, Frederick Panzer, Richard 
Widmark, Chester Stripe, William Diver, John Vogt, and Defrees Holmes. 

February 12: First debate of season with Beloit. Results: non-decision. 

February 1 3 : Lake Forest at Beloit. 

February 27: Lake Forest Debate Tournament held at Manchester College, 
Manchester, Indiana. 



NTERFRATERNITY- INTERSORORITY COUNCIL 





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1st roil': Schult;, Chairman: Hcnes, Faas, Maiman, Walczak, Ridgeway. 
2nd. TOW. DeVries, Lithway, Barney. M. Anderson, Moore, Morgan. 
ird. row: Heidbrink, Kleinz, Haas, Drakeman, Davis. 
?S[ot present: G. Ericksun. Nortman. 





January : Members of the Greek organisations of the campus meet to discuss 
reduction of formal costs. Individual groups are to keep costs down to a minimum. 

March: Chairman Schult:: submits revised constitution of the Student Council 
to members for approval. Unanimous favor. 



STUDENT COUNCIL 




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Schultz, President: Litliway. Jacobs, Seidenfeld, Kroetz, Comec. 



September IS: President Schult; calls first meeting of the Student Council. 
Chairmen of various student C(Mnmittees appointed. 

December 27-31: William Schult:; and Herbert Jacobs, Vice-President, sent as 
delegates to the National Student Federation of America Convention held in Wash- 
ington, D. C. 

January 1^: Students of the College are told about the major discussions at the 
N. S. F. A. Convention: embrace any number of topics concerning student life and 
student problems. 

January-April : Council members spend their time rewriting the present con- 
stitution. A plan originated to eliminate factional politics as much as possible — and 
provisions made to give more power to the Council. Another important feature: the 
complete revision of the present organization of the Council. 



WOMEN'S SELF-GOVERNMENT 




1st row: DeVries, President: Hencs, M. Anderson, Ridgeway, 

Hoelzl, Beerly. 
2nd roiv: Capp, Ritchey. 




October 5 : Lucille DeVries, President, announces the inauguration of a series 
of teas to be held for resident students every two weeks during the winter months. 

November 2.'i: Lois Hall Formal sponsored by the House Committee of the 
Women's Self-Government. 

March 1 : The House Committee present a Stirling silver tea service as the annual 
gift to Lois Durand Hall of the l'^3.'^-.-^4 administration. 

April 12: Lois Durand Hall Open House. 



DANCE 
COM- 
MITTEE 




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Drakcman, Lithway, Aye, Chairman; Maiman, Elvin. 
Scidcnfeld. M. Anderson, Adams, DeVries, Haas, Leisir 



September 23: Annual Freshman-Mi.xer proved to be the dance of the year! Wally Aye did have a time 
arranging those hghts — but effect — oh, my — it was an effect! 

October 14: Homecoming Dance rated the best informal of the year. What a gay lot the "Alums" are! 




ELECTION 
COM- 
MITTEE 



1st row: Gottlieb, Golden. Chairman; Leising. 
2nd row: Kearney, Moore. Lithway, Haas. 

September 30: Harriet Golden chosen as head of Election Committee. She is the only woman having a major 
;hairmanship. 

November 3 : Freshmen elections held — Tom Roberts chosen president. 
January 19: Dalton Blech appointed to succeed Harriet Golden as Chairman. 




DADS' 
DAY 



1st rniv: Drakeman. Golden, Davis, Chairman: Hecker, Elvin, Lithway. 
2nd row: Jacobs, Capp, Parsons, Moore, G. Gessner, Ridcway. 

October 6: Bill Davis appointed head of Dads" Day Committee. Committee selected to begin plans for one 
of the most important days in the school year. 

October 14: Beautiful weather — proud mothers and dads — happy sons and daughters — exciting football game 
— delicious food — faculty reception — Garrick play — and so the day ended. It was nice, mother and dad, wasn't it? 



HOME- 
COMING 




J St row: Hoelzl, Barney, Ingram, Leising, Maiman. 

2nd row: Martin. Barton, butler. Chairman; Bonnie, Pan:er. 

October 14: Nat Butler announces members of the Homecoming Committee. Date set for October 28th. 
October 28: Alumni always turn out in true style — 300 of them in all. And were those floats knockouts! 
Varsity lost to Carroll, 13'6. No mourning when evening came around though! Seeing old faces again is mighty nice. 



STUDENT 
TRIP 




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Capp, DeVries, Cramer, Chairman; 
Qumn, Blech. Comee. Bonnie. 



rney, Lci^in^ 



October 2(): Members of the Student Trip Committee, under the guidance of Sterling Cramer, make attempts 
at salesmanship. Tickets aren't being sold! Come on, you students! 

November 10: With Coach Jones supporting the trip m a big way- -the students ought to crawl under their 
chairs and hide. Big Pep meeting at Institute. 

November 11 : They did it! The students actually turned out. Were they disappointed? Indeed not! There 
never was a gayer bunch. Were you at the Spanish Tavern!* You miijht not beHeve L. F. students had so much pep! 




NEW 

STUDENTS' 

DAY 



J St row: Aye, Henes, Haas, Chairman: Kramer, Speicher. 

2nd row: Fisher, R. Smith, Capp. Elvin, Moore, Dwinell, H. Heyworth. 

January 12: Raoul Haas announces the members of the New Students" Day Committee. 

April 18: First meeting of the Committee. 

May 26: Greeting of old friends and new — Forester out — Garrick Play — and Commencement looms 




JUNIOR 
PROM 



1st rote: Moore, L. Roberts, Chairman; M. Longhrake. 
27id roiv: Seidenfcld, Elvin, Kroetz, Bloom. 

October 20: Lloyd Roberts departs from tradition — the Prom is scheduled for before Christmas! 

October 28: Prom committee appointed to begin arrangements for coming dance. Announce unprecedented 
price for tickets — admission slashed to $3.75 per. 

December 8: Prom proclaimed a brilliant affair. Ace Bngode and his Virginians make hit with students and 
friends attending. 



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NATIONAL 
RELATIONS 
CLUB 



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1st row: 
2rid row: 



DeVries, Shoemaker, Trefnev, Mr. Hartzo 
L. Johnson, C. Stripe, Guthrie, Wennei 



. Clark. Harper, Barney. 

rk. President: Cramer, Haas. 



October 6 : Mr. David Maynard, former professor at Lake Forest College addressed the members of the club, 
telling them of the many interesting experiences he had while in the Orient. 

April 15: Lorraine Clark sent as representative to a convention held at Ripon College, Ripon, Wisconsin. 
Many schools were represented, she reported. 



ECO- 
NOMICS 
CLUB 




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Schultz, 



Litl.« . \1 kJkr Peterson, Pre-idLiii l> I 
-lui loir . L. Julinsun, bpeichtr, Drakeman, \ u^t, bonii 

December 7: New Economics Cluh organized to promote interest in current economic problems. The roster 
includes fourteen charter members. Dr. Johnson. Mr. Keller, and Mr. Logan are faculty advisors. The organization 
arousing much interest. 

January 16: Economics Club holds its iirst meeting in Dr. Johnson's apartment. Peterson and Bonnie present 
papers on "Inflation." 




FRENCH 
CLUB 



1st row. Wenban, Moore, Leisinj^, Kennedy. Hecker, President: Drakeman, Kramer. 

2nd row: Mellor, Lavery, Hackley, E. Erickson, DeYoung. J. Clark, Hardsocg, Shoemaker, 

Maiman, Meyer, Palmer. 
3rd row: Combs, Thompson, Scott, M. Longbrake, Webster, Trelney. 

March: French enthusiasts meet to elect officers and to discuss timely subjects. All students interested in the 
French and their literature are invited to become members. 




WINGS 
CLUB 



1st row: DeVries, Cramer, Gilford, Gray, Hennin"!!. Brown, Schncukv. 
2nd row: Domville, Wendt, Dr. Harris, Randall, Hall. 

October 20: First general meeting held. Helen Jackson ot Northwestern University is to be the instructor 
.nd chairman of the ijroup. All students interested in aviation are privileged to join the group. 



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E. Moore, President, White, Inf;r.ini. 

December 14: Christmas Vespers held in the Big Room of Lois Durand Hall. All women students partici- 
pated in the service. 
December 24: Christmas baskets distributed to the needy of Lake Forest. 



COLLEGE 
CHORUS 



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M ,,n MMeKi, R.uit.ilahti, White H. Hcywurth, Struvc, StaulTcr. 

2iiij roll' Armbrii-.ter, Fisher, Giithnc, Wilson. Elvin, Todd, McKown, J. Stripe. 

3rci roll' R Sprins^, Domville, Winkler. 

October 6: Tryouts held in the Chapel. The Freshman class reveals unusual talent. 

October 28: A selected group entertains the Lake Forest Women's Club. 

January 1 4 : The Chorus sings at the Presbyterian Church. 

April 1-^: College Chorus entertams the Waukcgan University Club at the Glen Flora Country Club. 




COLLEGE 
BAND 



I.U ruw. Spring, Blcch. Elvin. President: Dohbin, Wendt. 

2nd row: Kelley, Kistler. MacMahon, R. Smith, Gilford, Armbruster. 

3rd roil': Wray, C. Mason, E. Mason, R. Smith. 

October 14: The college sees great improvement in the band. There are 2. S new members. Spirited melodies 
liven the football games. 




MEN'S 
QUARTET 



Standing: Winkler, Armbnister, Elvin. J. Stripe. 
At piano : Todd. 

March: Students receive a pleasant surprise when this recently organi:ed gnjup entertains m Chapel. They 
have the ability to "put themselves across." 



INDE- 
PENDENT 
MEN'S 
CLUB 




J St row: Seidenfeld, Martin. J. Stripe, Jacobs, President: Blech. Vane. 
2nd row: C. Stripe, Lidicker, Congdon, R. Smith, Wray, Gray. 
3rd roil': Winkler, MacMahon, Tingwall. 

January 10: At last the "Barbs" are organized — and in great style, too! Under the leadership of Herbert 
Jacobs they are now a unified group — with a club room m the basement of College Hall where Pmg-Pong seems to 
be the main attraction. 



PHI 

ETA 

SIGMA 



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1st row. Aye, Prc-idcnt Dr. Jt'hnson. Dr. Moore. Dr. Williams. 
2nd row. P<[lmcr, Comee. Dohhin. R. Smith, R. Smith, Cady, Gray. 

November 10: Honorary Scholastic Fraternity holds smokers for interested Freshman. 
April 18: Dale Smith and Tom Roberts initiated. 




J St ) 

2)id 



Clickener, Maiman, President; Miss Koupal. Studer, Westerman. 
Lithway, E. Eriekson. Bolt, Ingram, Holty. 



ALPHA 

LAMBDA 

DELTA 



February 28: National honorary women's society organized. Women having a 2.5 average in their Freshman 
year were elected to membership. Dr. and Mrs. Moore entertained the group. 




SIGMA 

TAU 

DELTA 



1st row: Dr McPhceters. Hcnes, Haas, President; Gottlieb. Eaton. 
2nd rou^: R. Smith, W'csterman, Davis. Lithway. R. Smith. 

January I?: Honorary English Fraternity meets at Dorothea GottHeh's home m Lake Bluff. Original papers 
read by Wennermark and Haas. 

February Kv Mr. Hill talks to members on "Authors and the New Age'" at the home of Dr. McPheeters. 
April 17: New members selected on the basis of original eompositions. 



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1st row: Attridge, Maiman, Dr. Van Steendern, Rautal.ihti, Kr.imcr. 

2rid row: Peterson, Eaton, Meyer, Mr. Davey, Kennedy, Dr. WiHiams, Hccker, Drakenian. 

December: National Honorary Romance Language Fraternity initiates new members. Eleven students and 
four faculty members now compri:;e the organization. 



SIGMA 

PI 

SIGMA 




1st row. Andrews. Mdrgan, Hennmss, Cramer 
2nci row. Hall, Dr. Harris. 



January 1 2 : Members of the National Honorary Physics Fraternity met in the Physics Building at which time 
several papers were read. Dr. Harris is sponsor of the iijroup. 




KAPPA 
ALPHA 



Henes, DeVries, Gottlieb, President: Golden, Lithway, Harper. 

May: Women meeting the scholastic requirement cf a l.i average and having a required number of activities 
are elected to Kappa Alpha, the goal of every woman on the campus. 




IRON 
KEY 



Wennermark. Eaton, Dr. Johnson, Spreyer, Schultz, Morgan, Kroetz, Bade, Parsons. 

October 26: Rudi Kroet", Robert Bade and Frank Spreyer mitiated into Iron Key — Honorary Men's Organ- 
i:;ation which aims to promote leadership, scholarship and participation in activities. 

November 17: Special Chapel Service. Iron Key "tapping. ' George Eaton chosen for membership. 



DAY 

STUDENT 

GIRLS 




Rautalahti. President: Bolt. 



January 20: Bridge and shower given for Harriet Golden, the retiring president of the Day Student Girls. 
March 16: Bridge-Tea given in the newly decorated rooms at Academia. 



MARCH OF EVENTS 

September IS: Freshman unentation day. Frosh rate a movie. Rushing begins. 

September 22: Stcntor appears. 48th year! 

September 23: Annual Freshman Mixer. The Frosh seem to b; a snappy group 
— especially the women. 

October 6: Rushing ends. Greeks pledge the much sought after freshmen. Good 
times for them will now be but pleasant memories. 

October 14: Lake Forest loses to Lawrence with score of 6-0. Mothers and Dads were 
proud of the boys in spite of the loss. Davis" day a big success. 

October 20: Under the nev^' system, chapel is held once a week on Wednesdays. 
Today Dean Dennis entertained the students and if he is a sample of w-hat chapel 
programs Vv'ill be like — let's have more of them! 

October 28: Homecoming! "Butz" did a splendid job. A day of pleasantries. 

November 3: Jones launches a new athletic program. -A New Deal in Athletics, as 
It were. 

November 11 : Off to Beloit! Sterling Cramer and his committee made this one of the 
finest Student Trips m the history of the school. 

December 1 Ci : Christmas vacation begins. 

December .^n: All these sun-tanned persons who can afford to spend Christmas vaca- 
tions m Florida- -what long and lurid tales they tell! 

January 25: Semester examinations begin. Oh, my . . . some of us. 

February 16: And more excitement — robbery in the fraternity houses. Who was 
guilty? That lie-detecting machine seemed a waste of money . . . 

March 6: The Men's Quartet entertains m Chapel. 

March 3 1 : Spring recess begins. 

April 1 : Easter Sunday. 

April 10: Back to L. F. again and the work that seems to have piled up higher and 
higher while we enjoyed the Florida sunshine, or froze m lUinoisian blizzards . . . 

April 18: Dale Smith and Tom Roberts initiated into Phi Eta Sigma. 

April 19: The editor and staff of the Forester tearing their hair with the thought that 
date of issuance is hardly a month away. 

April and May, Friday nights : Many, many formals. Nice days . . . work and 
examinations, but who cares? 

May 26: New Students' Day. The Forester out at last! 

May 29: Semester examinations ... so soon? Oh, oh! 

June 9 : Commencement. 

Good-bye, good-bye. Pleasantest of summers. 




ATHLETICS 



Coach R. R. Jones, Director of Athletics, came to Lake Forest this year 
with a background of thirty years of unusually successful coaching, covering 
the entire field of prep-school, college, and professional work. In this period 
he has produced winning teams in football, basketball and track; and has 
gained a national reputation. Included in his record are three Big-Ten basket- 
ball titles; a national professional football title, and several record victory 
strings. 

Jones began his career at Wabash College as coach of basketball. When 
he left, after five years, to accept a position at Purdue University, he was 
director of all athletics and his basketball teams had run up a record of 4^ 
straight victories — a feat which has seldom been equaled. 

At Purdue, Jones won one Big-Ten Championship and tied another 
during a period of three years. Then for eight years, Illinois claimed him as 
coach of basketball. Here he won tv^o conference championships and was 
below third place only once. 

In l''iy he came to Lake Forest Academy as director of athletics. His 
teams there acquired a national reputation by losing only six games in ten years of competition. 

Professional football occupied the mentors attention in 1929, and he led the Chicago Bear tear 
title. A preference for college work, however, led him to accept an offer to come to Lake Forest as 
athletics m IM.Vi. 




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ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL 





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Hcidbrin^'. Pre.'iident: Adam,':. L. Johnson, Seidenfeld, Daiker. 



The Athletic Board of Control, composed of one member from each fraternity on campus, one independent 
representative, the Director of Athletics, the Graduate Manager of Athletics, and the chairman of the faculty Com- 
mittee on Athletics, has had an active part in the reorganisation of the Lake Forest athletic program this year. In 
its function as a student-faculty body organized for the purpose of regulating varsity and freshman athletics, it has 
settled problems arising out of eligibility, schedules, awards, and intramural rules. 

The board includes Coach Jones, Phil Allen, and Dr. Lineburg from the faculty, and Erwin Heidbrink, Charles 
Adams, Lowell Johnson, William Daiker, and Glenn Seidenfeld as student members. 



FOOTBALL 




1st row 

2nd rni 
3rd rou 



Enos, L, Robcit., Mur.uaii, Dyer. G. E;ick-on, Cjptdin: AJjni: 
Bonnie, Spreyer, Vogt, Eaton, Gyllenberg, Wuhs, Bade, Lake 
Kroetz, Widmark, Dwinell, Niemeyer, Dohr, Bloom, Schroeder. 



Bishop, Coach Jone 



Coach R. R. Jones, in his first year as director of Lake Forest's football destinies, faced, with a small, light and 
none too speedy squad, one of the hardest schedules in years. But the team, absorbing the Jones" principles of foot- 
ball in rapid style, made up in smartness and fight what it lacked in speed and size, and closed the 1933 season with 
the credible record of three victories, three losses, and a tie. 

Only one of the losses was by more than one touchdown. The victories came at the expense of heavier, and 
for the most part, more experienced rivals. 

In the first game of the season at Farwell Field, the Foresters beat Northwestern College 26-15. While there 
was a noticable weakness on defense, the running and passing attack functioned well. Passes: Eaton to Dohr and 
Roberts to Dohr accounted for two of the touchdowns. Another came on a plunge by Eaton after long runs had 
brought the ball within scoring distance. A brilliant lateral by Roberts to Adams to Dyer, brought another touch- 
down. 

With a week of hard practice in which to polish up its ragged defense, the team travelled to Wheaton the 
following Saturday to win its second victory, 7-0. The entire first half was played m Lake Forest territory most 
of the time, but the improved play in the line blocked any score. The second half saw the situation reversed, 
with the Foresters more than holding their own on exchanges of punts. A Wheaton kick blocked by Vogt and 
recovered on the one yard line by Lake Forest resulted m the winning goal being pushed over in the final quarter. 

With an enthusiastic crowd of students and parents lining the sides of Farwell Field, the team lost a heart- 
breaker to Lawrence, 6-0, in the annual Dads" Day g?me. This game was featured by the strong defense of the 
Red team, and in particular the play of Erickson and Bonnie in the line. Both teams alternated evenly in gain- 
ing yardage, but in the last six minutes of play, Walters, the Lawrence half, reeled off several sparkling runs 
in succession to carry the ball over the chalk markers for the only score of the game. 

The team played a fighting North Central team at Naperville the following week-end, and floundered through 
a downpour to lose, 9-0. A torrent of ram near the second half turned the field into mud and made the ball too 



FRESHMAN FOOTBALL 




1st row: F. Roberts, Sprin;,;. S llvnu, iViiiz, 1 Ihwi, Mdvay. 

2itd row: Tibbets, Doolittle, Koincdy, Grace, Larson, Swcitzcr, Rouse, T. Roberts, Ei.^crnian, 
Coach Johnson. 

This year's frosh football team finished the season undefeated — beating the American College of Physical 
Education 7-0 in its lone start. 

Numerals were awarded to the following: Tibbetts, Doolittle, Grace, Larson, Sweitzer, Rouse, T. Roberts, 
Eiserman, F. Roberts, R. Spring, S. Flynn, T. Diver. 



slippery to handle effectively. The game was characterized by many fumbles on the part of both teams, and 
with the exception of Eaton, the Forester attack was squelched before it could get started. Besides Eaton, the 
punting of Roberts and the line play of Erickson, Bonnie and Dohr stood out. 

On the following Saturday, Carroll murdered the chances for a great Homecoming celebration by a score of 
13-6. A 40-yard return of the kick-off, a pass to a "sleeper" for 35 yards and a line plunge in the first minute of 
play provided the margin of victory for the Waukesha school and resulted in Lake Forest's third straight loss. 
The lone score for the Red and Black came also in the first quarter on a sweeping end run by Dyer. After Carroll 
had scored its second touchdown in the last quarter on a series of line plunges the team came back with a 30 yard 
run by Wuhs on an intercepted pass which brought the ball within 10 yards of a goal. Four plays, however, failed 
to bring the required yardage. 

A story-book finish gave Lake Forest its third victory against Augustana, 9-7. With but two minutes to 
play in the last quarter, and the score 7-6 in favor of the Little 19 leaders, Augustana, Les Dohr stepped back 
to the 40-yard line and booted a place kick that spelled victory. The entire team played great ball, both on offense 
and defense, to break the down-state's string of thirteen consecutive victories. 

The Foresters closed their season by holding a strong Beloit team, previously victorious over Carroll and 
Lawrence, both of whom had won from Lake Forest earlier in the season, to an 0-0 tie. The team put up a 
great defense, but with the exception of once in the second quarter, when it had advanced the ball to Beloit's 
10-yard line, there was little chance to score. The punting of Roberts and some exceptional line play by Bonnie 
stood out. 

Following the close of the season, Gunnar Encksjn, outstanding lineman, was elected honorary captain 
for the season. 



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BASKETBALL 




Sitting: Emery. Daiker. Dohr, Dyer, S. Flynn, L. Roberts. 

Standing: Coach Jones, Gruendel, Cady, Morgan, Spreyer, Bishop, Fuchs, Ma 



While the 1933-34 varsity basketball team ended its season with comparatively few victories to its credit, the 
year was not entirely without its bright spots. Coach Jones again faced a hard schedule with a shortage of material 
from which to choose and the task of introducing a style of play which was unfamiliar to every member of the 
squad. In spite of this, there was a steady improvement all during the sea,scn with several heart-breaking losses 
being sustained at the hands of outstanding and more experienced rivals. 

Letters were awarded to Dohr, Emery, Dyer, Spreyer, L. Roberts, and Daiker — all of whom will be back next 
year. Tommy Dyer, fast and experienced guard, was elected honorary captain. William Schults received a 
managerial award. 



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Milwaukee Engineering School .... 26 

Lake Forest Alumni 3 2 

Milwaukee Engineering School ... .33 

Ripon 41 

Lawrence 42 

Beloit 40 

Ripon 3 .i 

North Central 48 

Carroll 42 

Carroll 39 

North Central 3 3 

Beloit 34 

Lawrence 40 



FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




Standi' 



P. Clark. Eiserman. M. Rouse, H. Rouse. Lar^en. 
: Coach Johnson, Tihbetts, Hall, MacNamara, Doolutle, Stewart. Griffis, VanDusen. 



Gil Johnson, in his first year as coach of Freshman sports at Lake Forest, produced a fast-stepping basketball 

promising material for next 



team which provided the varsity with a lot of competition, and uncovered 

year's squad. tip ► i^ 

' ^ Lake rorest .... 32 

Lake Forest .... 36 

Lake Forest .... 31 

Lake Forest .... 26 

Lake Forest .... 32 



Chicago Phy. Ed. College . 

Carroll Frosh 

Carroll 

Chicago Phy. Ed. College . . 
Young Men's Club of L. F. 



L. F. CLUB 




1st row: Eaton, Dohr, Morgan, Coach Jones, Drakeman, Adams, G. Erickson. 
2nd TOW. Forest, Parsons, Niemeyer, Bloom, Kleinz, Spreycr, Dyer, Bade. 
IrA rote: Enos, Dwinell, Wuhs, Heidhiink. Gyllenberg, Kroet:, L. Roberts. 

Organised in 1933 for the purpose of creating a closer bond between participants in the various sports, the 
administration, and the student body, the Lake Forest Varsity club has merited a ranking position among campus 
organizations. The club is open to all men students who have won a varsity letter in a sport and who meet 
certain entrance requirements. This year a room in College Hall, formerly occupied by a fraternity, was turned 
over to the group. 



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Seated: (Those mar\ed untfi an astens\ are also on the :'>}4 team) G. Hoffman Fui-hs 
Johnson*, Fitzgerald, Drakeman*, Dohr", Parsons*, Lutz, Gruendel*, Hynd. 

Standing: Bonnie, Gostisha, Luder, Dyer, Schaus, Morgan, Lavery, Barton*, Loveton*. Kat: 
enmaier, Correll. 

Hot present: Emery, Huhley, Bade, Lake, Dohhin, F, Gottlieb, Daiker, Quinn, G. Churchill 
Schroeder. 



The 1934 season, under the direction of Coach Ralph R. Jones, saw Lake Forest win from Chicago, 6-4, in 
the opening game. To date, the games played are: Lake Forest-Northwestern, 1-6; Lake Forest-Elmhurst, ?-0. 

The scores of the Vai-sity Baseball team for the 19 3,i season are: 



Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 
Lake Forest 



Chicago 11 

Armour Tech 2 

Chicago 21 

Elmhurst 4 

Armour Tech 3 

Wheaton 1 

North Central 

North Central 6 

Wheaton 4 

Elmhurst 1 



CLAYTON MARK TROPHY 



To the player judged most valuable to the Lake Forest College football team, 
the Clayton Mark Trophy is awarded eaeh year. This trophy, a silver loving eup, is 
to be kept in rotation for one hundred years, eaeh year being awarded to an out- 
standing player by Clayton Mark, a member of the Board of Trustees of the College. 

This year the award was made to Lloyd Roberts, a junior playing his seeond year 
ot varsity football. Roberts directed the team from the quarterback position, handled 
most of the punting, and in general showed a type of consistent leadership which 
made him of outstanding value to Lake Forest. 




INTRAMURAL 




BASKET 
BALL 



1st row: Wuhs, F. Roberts, Enos, Bloom, Hubley. 



2nd: 



Dyer, R. Spring, Zengler, H. Crawford, Gyllenberg. 



In the league which was exceptionally Vv-ell-balanced, the ability of the Digamma Alpha Upsilon team to 
click in the pinches provided it with the intramural championship. All of the games were close and hard fought 
and the winners were not able to clinch the title over the strong L M. C. and Phi Pi teams until the final games. 



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BASKETBALL 



High sconng honors for the year went to G. Erickson of the Phi Pi's with 5.^ points; Bade of the Kappa 
Sisjs with i?: and Jacobs and Joyce of the I. M. C.s with 49 and 43 respectively. 



Stdiidmgs: Won 

Digamma 6 

I. M. C 5 

Phi Pi 4 

Kappa Sigma J 

Ah-iha Sigma 2 



Lost 
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.635 

.500 
.375 
.250 



WRESTLING 

Probably the most interesting innovation of the year was the wrestling meet which provided Lake Forest 
with Its first oificial mat champions. 

They are : 

T. Fuehs 125 lbs. 

R. Guilford 135 lbs. 

R. lekes 145 lbs. 

J. Eiserman 155 lbs. 

L. Roberts 165 lbs. 

H. Crawford 175 lbs. 

E. Niemeyer Heavyweight 



OTHER EVENTS 

Under the direction of Gil Johnson, the most extensive program of intramural athletics which the school 
has seen in many years was undertaken. Competition was provided in, besides basketball and Vv'restling, baseball, 
tennis, horseshoe pitching, and golf. A "Turkey Race" and contests in free throwing, drop-kicking, and punting 
completed the program. 

Because of the early publishing date of the Forester, final scores m many of these later events are unobtainable. 



WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 




Marian Anderson, President: Marjorie Ingram, Hockey: Dorothy Maiman, Basketball: Ellen 
Enckson. Tennis: Elizabeth Sieman, Hiking; Re\a Kamper, Baseball. 



The Women's Athletie Association, under the capable leadership of Marian 
Anderson, has had a very successful year. The association, as the most active of 
women's organizations on campus, has, since its origin in 1920, fulfilled its purpose 
of giving the girls organized athletic activity to suit each season and training and 
development in sportsmanship, leadership, and responsibility. Assisting Jerry in gov- 
erning the association were Wilma Westerman, 'Vice-president, Eleanor De Young, 
Secretary, and Ella McEwen, Treasurer. Eager participants m various sports headed 
the departments and formed the W. A. A. board. Marjorie Ingram managed the 
hockey tournament, Dorothy Maiman, the intramural basketball tournament, Ellen 
Enckson, tennis, Betty Sieman, the hikes, and Reva Kamper, baseball. 

One main campus activity of the Women's Athletic Association was the annual 
dance held in the form of a country fair. Instead of the customary barn-like appear- 
ance of the W. A. A. Hard Times Dance, the Institute this year really looked the 
part of a country fair with each sorority and fraternity supporting a booth in the foyer. 

Food, balloons, lemonade, "parking space," were among the wares of the 
"farmer's" booths. Prizes for the best dressed farmers were awarded to 'Virginia 
Throgmorton and Thomas Elvin. This dance continued to uphold the tradition that 
the W. A. A. dance is annually a memorable one among the social activities of 
the year. 

M.^RG.^RET HOLTY 



HOCKEY 




Thompson, Korhumel, Erickson, Ingram. J. Crawford. J. Wcnban, Shoemaker, Hackley. J. 
Longbrake, Kamper. 



The hockey tournament between the Reds and the Blacks was won this year by the hitter team uridcr the 
captainship of Marjone Ingram. The Blacks won m a three game series. 

The varsity line-up follows: Marian Anderson, Jane Wenban, Wilma Westerman, Ellen Erickson, Ruth 
Hackley, Eleanor Thompson, Elizabeth Korhumel, Marjorie Ingram, Helen Decker, Janice Longbrake, Margaret 
Shoemaker, Jane Crawford. 



W. A. A. MEMBERS 



Marian Anderson 
Mildred Attendge 
Maurine Clickener 
Leslie Champlin 
Jane Crawford 
Helen Decker 
Eleanor De Young 
Lucille De Vries 



Joy Grummitt 
Ruth Hackley 
Alice Harper 
Eleanor Hecker 
Marjorie Ingram 
Reva Kamper 
Cecile Kramer 
Ellen Erickson 



Ethyl Kennedy 
Helen Lithway 
Dorothea Landry 
Mary Longbrake 
Dorothy Maiman 
Mary Mellor 
Ella McEwen 
Kaarina Rautalahti 



Audrey Ridgeway 
Netta Stemhaus 
Alice Slingluff 
Betty Sieman 
Eleanor Thompson 
Ruth White 
Emily Walc:ak 
Wilma Westerman 



Beatrice Welton 



BASKETBALL 




1st row: Hardsocii, Westerman. J. Crawford, Ingram. Erickson. 

2nd row: Miss Murphy, Holty, Thompson, Shoemaker, Kamper, ThrogmorCon. 



The annual game with Ferry Hall, which has alirost become a tradition, did not materialize this year. The 
"Ferries"" failed to send the long-awaited challenge to the coeds. 

The final standings in the Sorority Basketball Tournaments were as follows: 

Wott Lost 

Theta Psi J) 

Gamma Rho Delta 4 1 

Sigma Tau 3 2 

Alpha Xi Delta 1 4 

Non-sorority 5 



SWIMMING, TRACK and BASEBALL 

Swimming, an elective activity among w'omen's sports, was fairly popular this year. Several classes each 
w-eek beginning in Februar\' v^'ere sponsored hy Miss Murphy at the Ferry Hall pool. There beginners had a 
chance to learn how to swim, and old-timers to dive or paddle about as they desired. 

At the time this goes to press the annual intersorority track meet had not been held. It is held each year 
late in the Spring. The cup was won last year by Gamma Rho Delta. 

Baseball, under the leadership of Reva Kamper, will be played by the girls this year. As in the case of 
track, results cannot be given as the tournament is not scheduled until later in the Spring. 



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Left to rijilit: Westcrman. Haggerty, Hardsocg Wilson ] Clark HaLkley, Kamper, Miss 

Murphy, Webster, Holty, H. Heyworth, Thompson, Shoemaker, Ingram, J. Crawford. 
Kneeling: Throgmorton. 

Vullcy hall found many enthusiasts among the girls this year. An interclass tournament between the 
freshmen and the sophomores found the freshmen, even without a full team, in the lead. However, the 
sophomores won the second game and calmed, somewhat, their chagrin. 




TENNIS 



1st row: Enckson, W'lkson, HaidMicg 

2iid roil': J. Wenhan, J. Clark. Haggerty, Miss Murphy. 

The Tennis tournament, started last year, was not completed because of the sudden cold and rainy weather 
which stopped outdoor activity early in the fall. There are plans under way for the continuation of the tourney 
in the Spring. 




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J St row: Anderson, Moore, Lowry, 
Sieman, Barr, Llewellyn. 

2nd row: Potter, Throgmorton, 
Durkin, Walker. 



SIGMA TAU 



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SIGMA TAU WAS FOUNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 1900. 



Actives 



Marian Anderson 




Janet Anne Llewellyn 


Eleanor Margaret Moore 




Mary Elizabeth Potter 


Virginia Louise Lowr>' 




Virginia W. Throgmorton 


Mary Elisabeth Sieman 




Jane Durkin 


Janice Barr 




Helen Lorraine Smith 


Willa Ellen B 


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Pledges 




Joan 


Hulhurd 


Walker 



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THETA PSI 





/sf row: Hones, Faas, Lavery, Kennedy, Eckfcldt, Mellor. 
-iid row: Ritchey, Hecker, White, Bcrndt, Leisint;, MeKown. 
3i"d row: Hacklcy, Enckson, Thompson, Lmehurg, Bentley, Clark. 
4th row: StaufFer, Struve. 



THETA PSI WAS FOUNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 1905. 



Elizabeth Jane Henes 
Kathryn Pauline Faas 
Ruth Ethel Lavery 
Ethyl Gertrude Kennedy 
Mona Vivienne Berndt 
Dorothy Eckfeldt 
Eleanor Margaret DeYouna 
Alfreda Elizabeth Gessner 
Eleanor Heeker 
Elizabeth Jane Leisinc; 



Actives 

Kathryn Eleanor McKovvn 
Mary Ethlyn Mellor 
Audrey Gwendolyn Meyer 
Janet Mitchell Ritehey 
Lillian Brown Scott 
Wilma K. Westerman 
Ruth Miriam White 
Ellen Julia Enckson 
Ruth Adeline Hackley 



Alice Blacker Slingluff 
Eleanor Louise Thompson 
Jeanne Margaret Bentley 
Margaret Jane Clark 
Shirley Jane Combs 
Janice Hagerty 
Marion Norton Lane 
Sara Rachel Lmeburg 
Roberta E. Stauffer 
Margaret Martha Struve 



Plepges 



Laura-Belle Bundeson 



Dolores Evelyn Norquist 




1st row: Lithway, Barney, Harper, Beerly, Loomis, Landry 
2rid row: Trcfney. 



KAPPA KAPPA CHI WAS FOUNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 1919. 



Actives 



Helen Kathryn Lithway 






Nita Rose Trefney 


Elizabeth Elvira Barney 






Lorraine Edith Clark 


Aliee Elisabeth Harper 






Margaret E. McKcn:ie 


Ruth Venita Beerly 






Lois June Wilson 


Elnora Aliee Loomis 






Hasel Maxine Fisher 


Dorothea Etta Landry 






Marian Phipps 


Janet 


Loraine 


Tousey 




Pledges 




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St row: DeVries, Foran, Gottlieb, Ridgvvay, 
Ingram, H. Heyworth. 

2nd row. Tverdahl, E. Heyworth, Farmer. 



GAMMA RHO DELTA WAS Ft^UNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 1925. 



Actives 



Lucille Margaret De Vries 
Catherine Elizabeth Foran 
Dorothea Elizabeth Gottlieb 
Audrey May Ridgway 
Margaret Agnes Holty 
Eleanor M. Austin 
Lesley Kirk Champlin 



Marjorie Evelyn Ingram 
Helen Willett Heyworth 
Jane Noyes Tverdahl 
Janet Louise Hardsocg 
Eileen Rushton Heyworth 
Cynthia Davis Holmes 
Margaret Clare Shoemaker 



June Elizabeth Webster 



Pledges 



Doris Eloise Butler 
Jane Whitson Crawford 
Bernice Patricia Driscoll 



Virginia JefFris Farmer 
Charlotte Harriet Meyer 
Mary Nusbaum 



ALPHA XI DELTA 




J.St row: Maiman, Clickener, Wal- 
c:ak, Capp, Longhrake, 
Grummitt. 

2nd row: Kampcr, Welton, Kor- 
humel, Peterkort. 



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ALPHA XI DELTA, BETA ZETA CHAPTER, CHARTERED AT 
LAKE FOREST IN V>n. 

Actives 



Virginia M. Clickener 




Reva Lois Kamper 


Dorothy Regina Maiman 




Beatrice Edith Welton 


Emily Shirley Walczak 




Estella Mae Lawrence 


Helen Frances Capp 




Elizabeth Korhumel 


Jo\- Leone Grummitt 




Julie Nan Peterkort 


Mary Elizabeth Longhrake 


Pledges 


Anita Lorraine Wells 


Janice Longbraks 





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PHI PI EPSILON 





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Aye, Adams, W. Hoffman, Kistlcr, Kroet; 



'HI PI EPSILON WAS FOLiNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 189: 



Actives 



Charles William Adams 
Walter Thomas Aye 
William Vmcy Hoffman 
Floyd Vietor Kistler 
Sampson Louis Parsons 
Leslie Morton Dohr 
Gunnar Carl Erickson 
George Edward Eaton 
Rudolph Henrv' Kroet: 
Arthur Church Searing 



Douglas Irving Schaus 
John Robert Vogt 
Raymond V. Nortman 
Frank Kendall Garretson 
William Walter Penrod 
Richard Widmark 
John Henry Schroeder 
Edward Herbert Hoffman 
Erwin Walter Wendt 
Robert Harold Ickes 



Pledges 



John Joseph Larson 

Louis Falzer 

Edward Thomas Steigelman 



William Nicholas Steffen 
William Stuart Kennedy 
Edward John Flynn, Jr. 



Gordon LeMoyne Kelle\ 



KAPPA SIGMA 




1st row: Davis, Drakeman, Hall, Luder, Dwinncll. Loveton. 
2nd roiv: Madden, Gottlieb, Brown, Bade, Keehn, Wenhan. 
ird row: Hopkins, Woodall, Holmes, Daiker, Hiscott, Hayner. 
4th row: Grace. 




KAPPA SIGMA, ALPHA CHI CHAPTER, CHARTERED AT 
LAKE FOREST IN 1S';6. 

Actives 



AUyn George Bonnie 


Vernon Ray Andrews 


George Irving Wenban 


William Francis Davis 


Calvin Edmund Blair 


Willfam John Woodall 


Frederick John Drakeman 


Harold Keith Cady 


Thomas Ward Diver 


Donald Evans Luder 


Willard Jean Daiker 


Emmet Charles Grace 


Robert Carl Bade 


William Stowell Diver 


Roland Everett Griffis 


Ernst Theodore Brown 


Elbert Raney Emer>' 


Alfred Ertel Kuerst 


William Groutt Dwinnell 


Francis Ames Hayner 


Curtis Andrew McKay 


Frederick Edward Gottlieb 


Defrees Holmes 


Thomas Roberts 


George Alexander Hardy 


Stephen Hopkins 


Herbert W. Schnetnky 


Uno Matthew Lake 


Roy Die; Keehn 


John Wilhelm Stewart 


John Woodrow Loveton 


George Ehrlich Madden 


Royce Edward Wright, Jr 


William Howard Malmgren 


Pledges 


Richard Harry Sweit:er 


George Edward Hiscott 


Virgil Ray Evans 


Joe Wilfred Flynn 


Avery Edward Doolittle 




Edward John Flannery, Jr 




DIGAMMA ALPHA UPSILON 

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1st low Cramer, Mort;an, G HofFm.m. Klcine, Spcicher, Heidhnnk. 
2nd low Wennermark. Roberts, Panzer, Gruendcl, Quinn, Hennings. 






ird low Niemc\-er, Rit;wuller. 



DIGAMMA ALPHA UPSILON WAS FOUNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 1006. 



Sterling B. Cramer 
John William Enos 
Erwin Mathew Heidhnnk 
George Edward Hoffman, 
John J. Hubley 
Milton Erwin Morgan 
Frederiek Charles Panzer 
Paul William Speicher 
Alfred James Wennermark 
Paul Romney Bloom 
Thomas Hartwell Dvcr 



Actives 

George Gessner 
George Harold Gruendcl 
James Paul Kearney 
)r. Lloyd George Robert; 
Frank Lenz Spreyer 
Jack Henry Zengler 
George Oliver Churchill 
Oscar Lee Gyllenberg 
Ralph Waldo Hennings 
Omar HoUmgsworth Quinn 



Curtis Wuhs 
Warren Paul Clark 
Thomas Charles Dom\ 
Myles Frank Hall 
Evert Axel Larson 
Frank Jones Roberts 
Harry Edgar Rouse 
Melvin Foster Rouse 
Robert Elton Spring 
Jack Logan Sugg 
"lames Merle Tibbetts 



Henry Barnes Crawford 
lobbie Harold Eiserman 



Pledges 

Spencer Tracy Lange 
Edward William Niemeyer 
Stuart Grav Randall 



John Potter Wade 
Herman Hart RitzwoUer 



ALPHA SIGMA KAPPA 



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1st vow; Kleinr, Haas, Schult:, Butler, Forrest, Lamh. 

2nd row: McKnight, Barton, Elvin, Johnson, Palmer, Comee 

3 I'd row: Peterson, Guthrie. 




ALPHA SIGMA KAPPA WAS FOUNDED AT LAKE FOREST IN 1926. 



Actives 



William Lee Kleinz, Jr. 


Charles William MeKnight 


Harvey Raymond Beatty 


Raoul Robert Haas, Jr. 


Charles Gregory Barton 


Rtjhert Raphael Dohbin 


William Henry John Sehult; 


Thomas Marvin Elvin 


Karl Barent Hansen 


Nathaniel Butler 


Lowell Hartley Johnson 


Harold Vincent Meigs 


Augustus Jerome Forrest 


Louis Orton Palmer, Jr. 


Gilbert Dale Smith 


David Warren Lamh 


Lowell Maurice Comee 
John Maynard Barney, Jr. 

Pledges 


Franklin Dolan Wanner 


Carl Marius Peterson 


John Brandon Guthrie 


Allen H. Long 



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4th. — Lake Forest College accepts Student Ac- 
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for life and seeks to promote the athletic, dram- 
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