100 Years of T.H.E. Conference History

1955-1972

Illinois Highway Engineering Conference and Traffic Engineering Conference

Construction of Full Width Concrete Base Course Without the Use of Forms, Robert H. Tittle, Engineer of construction, Illinois Division of Highways, Springfield, Motion Picture and Discussion

In order to cover a portion of the costs of the Highway Conference it is necessary to charge a registration fee of two dollars ($2.00) per person.

Problems and Progress on the Illinois State Toll Highway, George L. Jackson, Chief Engineer, Illinois State Toll Highway Commission, Chicago

New and Recent Developments in the Asphalt Paving Field, John M. Griffith, Research Engineer, The Asphalt Institute, College Park, Maryland

Some Aspects of Traffic Engineering Administration, Ellis Danner, Professor of Highway Engineering, University of Illinois; Councilman, City of Champaign

Traffic Research at the University of Illinois, License Plate and Other Studies, John E. Baerwald

Motion Picture, “How to Drive the Freeways.” Produced by the American Automobile Association and shown through the courtesy of the Chicago Motor Club

Computer Uses in Highway Activities

A Congressional Look at the National Highway Program, The Honorable Kenneth J. Gray, Member of Congress, Illinois Twenty-fifth District, West Frankfort

Backfilling and Compaction of Embankments at Bridges and Structures, Dr. Ralph B. Peck, Professor of Foundation Engineering, Civil Engineering Department, University of Illinois

Annual Banquet Address, The Honorable Otto Kerner, Governor, State of Illinois

New Developments and Uses of Materials, Moreland Herrin, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois

Annual Banquet, Construction of the Assembly Hall, Ray C. Dickerson, President, Felmley-Dickerson Company, Urbana and Uses of the Assembly Hall, Thomas P. Parkinson, Director of Assembly Hall, University of Illinois

cement section Cover of the 50th anniversary

Theme: Highlights of Fifty Years of Highway Development in Illinois – A Look Back and a Look Ahead, Ellis Danner, Professor of Highway Engineering, University of Illinois

Soil Properties that Affect Lime Stabilization, Marshall R. Thompson, Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois

The Development of a Highway Safety Program at All Levels of Government, David M. Baldwin, Coordinator, Highway Safety Improvement Program, U.S. Department of Commerce, Bureau of Public Roads, Washington, D.C.

Motion Picture: “Freewayphobia” Produced by Walt Disney and shown through the courtesy of the University of Illinois Visual Aids Service.

Computer-Aided Decision Making Capabilities in the Highway Field, Steven J. Fenves, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois

Maintenance Planning Studies, Bertram D. Tallamy, Consulting Engineer, Washington, D.C.

Automobile Tire Hydroplaning, Bureau of Public Roads

In order to cover a portion of the costs of the Highway Conference it is necessary to charge a registration fee of three dollars ($3.00) per person

Motion Pictures: The Simple Mathematics of Disaster, Produced by the WGN Continental Broadcasting Company in cooperation with the Illinois Division of Highways and shown through the courtesy of the Illinois Division of Highways.

Illini Basketball – Present and Future, Harv Schmidt, Head Basketball Coach, University of Illinois

Increasing Role of the Engineer in Improving our Environment, D.C. Drucker, Dean, College of Engineering, University of Illinois

Development of Modern Pavement Design Concepts, Ernest J. Barenberg, Associate Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Illinois

Motion Picture: “Rapid Transit – The Vital Link in a Balanced Transportation System” Produced by and shown through the courtesy of General Electric Company

1972 program cover

Annual Luncheon replaces Annual Banquet