Its sponsors were seeking more general active interest in the pro- motion of intercollegiate athletics to the end that Illinois teams might receive the full support of all the students. I have no quarrel with those Avho seek to revive such a spirit, but to me ''Go Illini" con- notes much more than simply athletics and sue- eessful spoils seasons. With this understanding, 1 am sure we can all agree University exists- -a continuous betterment of on" Go Illini! he taught for one year at the California School of Mechanical Arts in San Francisco and for three years at George Washington University in the national capital. " Page 24 ARTHUR CUTTS WILLARD President, University of Illinois Arthur Cutts Willard was elected seventh president of the University of Illinois by the Board of Trustees on March 13, 1934, and assumed the presidency in July of that year. The four years preceding his transfer to Illinois he served the United States War Department as Sanitary and Heating Engineer. if this book succeeds in making those memories richer than experience, then we have accomplished our purpose. ILLIO , , 4/ // UNIVER/ITY OF ILLINOIS CHAMPAIGN -- URBANA VOLUME 48 PRESENTED BY THE CLASS OF 1941 of the lllini to their school. We, in our turn, must pass these ideals on to those who will follow, and it is to these alumni of the future that we dedicate this 1941 lllio.
Nearly 400 bulletins and circulars recording the results of investigations in almost every field of engineering have been published and are to be found in libraries in all parts of the world. V^^Wv *$* ENGINEERING BALL Page 28 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences offers instruction in the humanities, the social sciences, and the natural sciences, lead- ing to the degrees of bachelor of arts, bachelor of science, bachelor of science in chemistry and chemical engineering and in home economics. In addition, it offers the necessary work preparatory to medicine, law, journalism, and education." Its courses are sufficiently flexible to meet the varying needs of its large student body. /i«m ing Indee-an Tan Xu Tan: Pershing Rifles; Phalanx; Captain, University Brigade \ irginia 1 1 x Ilaag Merriinun Gi'Rnerl i» old Tomaras Kaiser Deegan Tudor Mc Devltl Julian Stevens EVrris Muller Soheppach Skoog Russell Hoogstraal l^ii Founded University of Virginia, 1869 One Hundred Thirteen Active Ohapte Alpha Gamma Chapter Established, 1891 112 East Daniel Street iawia Charles E. The development of such an enthusiasm would serve to give this Univer- sity an added impetus which would acceler- ate its advancement in as many fields as pos- sible. We need such spirit and enthusiasm in our University.