Henry G Jackson Sr.
HENRY JACKSON IS NAMED HEAD PHI ALPHA GROUP to Alton Springfield, the home Or ay. Misa from state ----------- I Professional , Henry Jackson, of Murrayville. was , Mi.*vs been j selected to serve as president of _Phi I visited Annual Election of Officer» of College Society Held Last Night the and other ------ started, but the east the release of ani- of perished Morgan sit- State asso- of pur- barn, flames It depart and the destruc- non. threw sky to the being hundreds re- thruout several Con Alpha literary society of Illinois Col-; Miss lege during the first semester of next j Mlgs year at the semi-annual "lection of i x^ouisr off leers held last evening in the so- ;eratlons clety hall In conjunction with the reg- tnorrow ular program. i Mr. Mr. Jackson attended the Murraj- Beardstowna ville high school and there gained and Mrv recognition for himself as an out-j Mr. standing student both as a scholar; Woodaon and as a student active In the extra- curricular activities of the school. He misjs is now enrolled as a Junior on the j is the Hill, and since entering college has Waibaum become well known to his fellow stu- John dents through his participation In government student affairs. His interests in liter-, imnois. ary efforts have permitted his work In the society to be above the average He is also a very active member of the Dramatic club, and has served on the Rambler staff for two years. The following other officers were elected to .serve during the first term ' next year: Vice-president—John Girdler. Recording secretary—Russell Davis. Treasurer—Albert Cully Corresponding secretary — Burch. Critic—John Monroe Chaplin- Samuel Fielden Librarian—Arlvn Marks Assistant librarian—William NELLIS IS Nellis Mrs. John nue. was narrowly an and fractured ......................................................... Me- which This Bratney overturned, of the Prudential chairman—Frland Eric- M trip son. m Steering committee—Senior mem- . *<*re ber, John Burch: junior member. Ned Mr. Giffen; sophomore member. William to McBratney. s their Debate committee—Albert Cully, William McBratney. Erland Ericson. Plaster while Sanders department Member of forum—Henry Jackson. Member of oratorical board—Albert Cully. v . , During the first part of the evening 1 and. the following program was heard: panions Ant Essayist—Woodcock, “A Nameless other of ; Masterpiece ' Alton, Declaimers—W. Vorbeck. “The Low-1 sccident Backed Chair”; Beane, “Jest Fore caus<>d Stuart . Chrismas " Young Orator—Ericson, ‘Five Empires." at' T»w extemp^rer’asubject for the m A:t™ years, i r'enl£* „ ^ ^ w* R*<‘08* ‘ Alsey,inlxe Russia? Fielden, Crouch, Eged- morn- schools of that place. ltci} and Elliott responded medical! During the course of the program, former , the following impnwnptus were heard. and practiced Giffen— Bicycle Riding.” spent Woodcock-' Jumping the Rope yearn In the west for his health; L,.* f DE New of Manchester ago, * q ^ tter~-”Edlting a Prise Winning o( th^ filed together and His in ill Rambler, — and one ♦ ------Best and Mrs. !