100 Years of T.H.E. Conference History


Victory Highways


The Nation is at war and transportation is essential to Victory. Highway engineers and officials must conserve critical materials and help maintain our highways at high efficiency. We will do our part.

Planning Post-War Highway Construction, Charles E. Miner, Regional Director, Public Works Reserve, Chicago, H.W. Lochner, Cook County Highway Department, Chicago

Wartime Traffic Problems

Axel Grease for Your Funny Bone.” Axel Christensen, Skandinavian Philosopher and Humorist

“Ice Capades of 1942,” Ice Skating Rink, 7:30 p.m., March 6 and 7, 1942


Wartime Problems of the County Superintendents, Alex Anderson, County Superintendent of Highways, Ogle County

The Smoker, Urbana-Lincoln Hotel, Ray Eliot, Head Football Coach

“Heaven Can Wait” Presented by the Illini Theatre Guild, Lincoln Hall Theatre, Wednesday, March 24, 7:30 p.m.

War Goes On

The University of Illinois Airport, Professor J.J. Doland, Supervising Engineer, University of Illinois Airport, Champaign

1944 Films

Reports on Alaska and the Aleutians, Harold W. Richardson, Western Editor, Engineering News-Record, Chicago

The Relation of Adequate Highways to the Future Development of Air Transportation, Walter Swan, Assistant to the President, United Air Lines, Chicago

The Last Word, C.C. Wiley, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois

Basketball, Illinois vs. Ohio State, Huff Gymnasium, Friday, February 18, 7:30 p.m. (Illinois lost, 41-52)