Abbot Pennings High School - Argos Yearbook (De Pere, WI)
- Class of 1975
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Abbot Pennings High School
Table Of Contents
World Around Us
Cover Credit: Dan Ford
This is a hard thing for me to do, because so many
people are truly dedicated, it makes it tough to de-
cide who to dedicate this book to. I find myself
wanting to dedicate the book to the whole school,
but instead I'll dedicate it to two people.
These two people, I'm proud to say are friends of
mine and are involved extensively in the school,
and in their respective parishes as choir directors.
The two men are Mr. Richter and Mr. Tessner.
Both these men are involved in the play and intra-
mural bowling. U
Mr. Richter is also involved with the Swing Choir
and other voice related activities, he in addition is
the moderator of the Camera Club.
Mr. Tessner is in charge of the class scheduling, the
assignment of lockers, and is Senior Class
These men put in many hours for our school, and I
only hope that this book lives up to the high accom-
plishments of these two men.
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Sociology, Am. Gov.
Head Coach for Football
FR. WILLIAM Van DeKREEKE
MR. FRANKLIN KAIN
FR. LeROY HOGAN
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Freshman Football Coach
MR. AL MEINHARDT
German, Argos Moderator
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FR. KEN De GROOT
Math, Key Club Moderator.
MR. WIL LIAM
English, Play Director,
MR. TOM TESSNER
Chemistry, Math, Senior
Class Moderator, Class
SR. LOUISE HUNT
English, Lance Moderator,
MR. DON RICHTER
Chorus, Swing Choir,
Play Producer, Camera
MR. ED BYRNES
MRS. GENE CARTER
MRS. BETTY VANDE
MRS. FLORENCE KERSTEN
FR. BENDON MCKEOUGH
MR. AL GROVES
MR . BRENT PREDITH
FR. GERY MEEHAN
Junior Moderator, French,
FR. BERNARD BRUNETTE
Physics, Chess Club
DR. WALTER COY LE
Am. History, X Country,
Band, Stage Band
MRS. CLIFFOR D CENTEN
MR. AL SLACK
FR. ANGELO FELDKAMP
Language and Culture,
MR. TOM PIGEON
Phy. Ed., J.V.
FR. ROGER VandenBUSCH
Guidance Counselor, Psy-
chology, Religion, Student
Council, N.H.S. Moderator.
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Steve Byers and Bridget Bake check-out the punch.
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The months of planning, work and anticipation for the 1974 Junior Prom paid off. This years
prom was one of the most successful, with over 60 couples in attendance. The dance was held
in the Walnut Room of the Port Plaza Inn. "Beginnings was chosen as the theme, with music
provided by Senior Exhibt.
After the dance, most of the couples went to the post prom bowling at Fox River Lanes.
When bowling was over, everyone headed off on their own way, some going to private parties,
breakfast, or the submarine races up on the hill.
All in all the evening was a success and holds precious memories for everyone who attended.
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Members of the 1974 Junior Prom Court, Mark Gigot and Barb Gagnon, Queen
Shelia Murphy and King Mike "Corn" Beno, Katie Unker and Bob Blahnik and Tracy Reis and Dennis Seeman.
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schools entertainment. We will forever remember the pleasant
nights spent before the hearth or scouting the trails. Many a
moon shone itself, while other astronomical bodies streaked by.
Your kindness will be emblazed in our hearts forever.
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1974 Coaching Staff
Coach Frigo Coach LaVioIette Coach Groves Coach Minten
1974 Varsity Team
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FIRST: C. Wiltgen, L. Wiltgen, M. Bronk, J Baeten, M. Blahnik, D Berg M. Janssen M. Krach J Ma es. SEC-
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oixm. D. Haen, B. stoehr, L. van sistine, J. schober, R. o'Keefe, J. Smitsl, c.i-ieif.Ti-i1RD.T. dining, T. :frien-
ke, J. Franken, M. Van Lanen, T. Arant, E. Fosterling, J. Teske. FOURTH: M. Kirschling, S. Bratkowski, B Stoehr
D. Peterson, K. Kolb, J. Manders, C. Schroeder, M. Gigot, G. Derfus, S. Quinette, P. Hoeft S. Arant M Beho, G
Stanley, J. Roeser, R. Noel. MISSING: M. Albers, Jeff Baeten, B. Blahnik, M. Bourgeius, Murto,,J.Shemky,
Bellin, F. Schmidt.
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prepares for another play.
Bruce brings it down, then leads Larry in for the score.
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FRONT: Mgr. M. Mackey, M. Hein, D. Schleis, T. Fashingbauer, S. Sehring, P. Mc Kenna, B. Kolb, M. Bourgeis,
P. Reinhart. SECOND: J. Mortell, M. Kaftan, J, Enright, T. Baeten, B. Gruesen, D. Hoen, M. Janssen, J. Mapes.
THIRD: J. Sincoular, K. Butz, M. Love, B. Wiegand, S. Anderson, D. Donarski, M. Van Lanen, S. Jossart, FOURT
C. Helf, J. McCarthy, P. Dorsch, M. Callahan, D. Berg, D. Witteborg, P. Olejniczak, D. Van Alstine, C. Wiltgen.
FIFTH: G. Derfus, D. Daul, T. Waldkirch, M. Blahnik, J. Peterson, S. Bratkowski, G. Derfus.
With Tony Fashingbauer leading the way, Mark Bour-
geis goes rambling.
This years J.V.'s looked good, but just didn't seem to
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year's varsity outlook looks good though. With this
years varsity juniors and the team 's willingness and
spirit the team will go far.
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Peeters streaks past the Edison defenders. Coach, honest, I hit him good.
This year the Freshmen under Coaches Franken and
Jossart, learned what football is all about. The players
showed good leadership and will help in future years to
keep Pennings football a contender and a team that
N-'must be dealt with skillfully, The Freshmen's poor rec-
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hind the team.
The Argos staff wishes them good luck for the future.
VTR' ' , We may be small but we're tough!
1974 Frosh Football
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FRONT: B. Coleman, G. Kaftan, C. Gigot, B. Brogan, M. Mc Carthy, R. Albers, P. Peeters, J. Brogan. SECOND: D.
Albers, R. Holschuh, J. Michels, M. Dorsch, J. Conrad, J. Cornell, M. Mc Monagle. THIRD: Mgr. M. Arant, J. Hey-
erman, M. Lorberblatt, T. Janssen, D. Vercautern, J. Burke, B. Pirman, FOURTH: J. Daley, J. Teske, S. Denis, G.
Denis, K. Gustafson, P. Baeten, T. Van Alstine, S. Doherty. FIFTH: J. Hanson, J. Van Sistine, J. Van Grunsven, S.
Stormer, B. Tilkens, P. Leicht, K. Diny.
Hopes of a cross country conference title were dashed
this year when the harriers lost two of their best run-
ners. Paul "the Stork" Falk transferred to Premontre
and Jim "Norton" Grace had to quit under doctor 's
orders. Grace switched to soccer and became a star.
The Squires were not to be counted out though. Led by
Jeff "Goof" Burnton and Todd Martin, the runners fin-
ished third in the FVCC. Many records were broken with
the best effort coming from Jeff Burnton who placed
sixth in the WISAA state meet. Congratulations to Doc
Coyle and the team on a good year.
Varsity Runners: FRONT-R. Romenesko, J. Burnton,
N. Sweney, BACK-A. Sweney, P. VanDyk, T. Martin,
Martin pours it on! Goof and his fans.
J.V. Runners: R. Foeller, J. Kolb, S. Schaefer, P.
Burke, C. Zehren, A. Sweeny.
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Golf ' 4
Conference And Regional Champs
For Second Year In A Row
For the second year in a row, the APHS Golf team won
the Conference and Regional Title. The Squire duffers,
coached by Ray Sauvey, also qualified for the State
meet. Accomplishments for the year include:
ll won all three conference quadrangular meets.
27 established all time conference low of 151 against
Lourdes at UWGB-Shorewood
Bl Joe Clark had team low of 75 at Brown County
43 Neil Elkey was a medalist at conference meet.
Golf Team Members: John Hillen, Neil Elkey, Joe
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THE 1974 SOCCER SEASON
During the first season of soccer as a full varsity sport, the team finished with a 3
win, 3 tie, 2 loss record. All home games were won or tied, Leading scorer of the
year was Don DeBroux, the offense Captain, who led with 5 goals and 26 shots at
the goal. DeBroux was followed by Jim Grace, who scored 4 times, and led with
27 shots on goal, and by Kevin Schuelke and Steve Angst with 3 goals each. Dave
Winter had 2 goals, Randy Dain and Brett Everson each had 1 goal.
Randy Dain was defense Captain, after exchanging positions with Kevin Schuelke
and becoming goalie for the second half of the season. The team is working on the
establishment of a regional high school soccer league, which is expected to be in
operation by the Fall of 1975. Coach Byrne is pleased with the team's development
this year. Mike Heimbach, a senior at Saint Norbert College, served as coach of the
offense this year, and added a great deal to the team's penetration and scoring
Coaches Byrne and Heimbach cited the senior players for their leadership and for
their commitment to the sport. A number of seniors are heading for college soccer
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TOP ROW: Coach Mike Heimbach, Brett Everson, Dave Angst, Brad Nystrom, Randy Dain, Don DeBroux, Wayne
Sanders, Kevin Schuelke, Mike VanLaanen, Dale Robertson, Coach Ed Byrne. BOTTOM ROW: Dave Winters, Mark
Holschuh, Tom Van Sistine, Paul Umentum, Fred Mathys, Jim Grace, Steve Angst, Paul Denis.
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Brad Nystrom gets dog off the Who said soccer isn't physical"
Varsity Soccer Record
Pennings 3 Arrowhead
Pennings 3 University Lake
Pennings 3 Appleton East
Pennings 3 Cathedral
Pennings 1 De Sales Prep
Pennings 1 Appleton East
Pennings 1 Wisc. Rapids Lincoln
Pennings 4 Neenah
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FRONT: Mark Gigot, Don Zegars, Rick Deacon, Bob La Violette, Jack Baeten, Larry Wiltgen, BACK: Steve Quin-
ette, Tom Lynn, Scott Harrison, Dennis Seeman, lVlarty Albers, Leo Van Sistine, Nlgr. Bruce Jagodinsky.
BASKETBA L L 1974-75
The beginning of the season saw the team set certain goals that they wanted to accomplish. One was to win another
conference title, the second was to win the regional playoffs, and the last was to win the state title.
Only one of these goals was accomplished, but the season was still a success.
The squad ended up with a 19-6 record...the second best in the Green Bay area. They also finished second in the
conference and were nipped tin probably the most exciting game ofthe tournamentl by Eau Claire Regis in a triple
overtime for 3rd place in Milwaukee,
Tom Lynn and Dennis Seeman made all-lVletro, Tom also made lst team all-Confernce. Bob La Violette was
named to the state all-Tournament squad. Other key players on this year's team also contributed. Larry Wiltgen
and Steve Quinette were starting seniors. Mark Gigot came off the bench time after time to give us needed scoring
punch. Don Zegers and Rick Deacon were excellent reserves.
Prospects should be good for next season if help comes in the returning Juniors, Leo Van Sistine, Nlarty Albers,
Scott Harrison and Jack Baeten. It was a real treat to be a coach of a team like this year's squad. They provided
many exciting moments to the coach and fans alike. Some seasons you hate to see come to an end. This was one
of those seasons.
Leo shoots over stunned Cadets, Tom Lynn, All-Conference, All-Metro
The Squires display their un-
selfish teamwor k.
The refs always keep an eye on Larry. Leo is a bright spot for the future
Dennis skys over Cadets on our way to state, Even a double team doesn t phase Marty.
Coach in one of his rare moments of fury. Don Zegers comes off the bench for two more.
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Dennis shows how he made All-Metro.
Pennings 45 fOtl Marquette
Pennings 53 Central
Pennings 30 Wausau
Pennings 54 Xavier
Pennings 56 Menasha
Pennings 39 Lourdes
Pennings 35 Fon du Lac
Pennings 40 Manitowoc
Pennings 60 Fox Valley
Pennings 42 Central
Pennings 40 Premontre
Pennings 56 Kewaunee
Pennings 64 Xavier
Pennings 43 Menasha
Pennings 62 Lourdes
Pennings 45 Fon du Lac
Pennings 39 Manitowoc
Pennings 51 Wis. Rapids
Pennings 53 Fox Valley
Pennings 73 Premontre
Pennings 39 Fox Valley
Pennings 48 Premontre
Pennings 35 Stevens Point
Pennings 55 St. Catherine
Pennings 68 l3Otl Eau Claire Regis
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Pennings 34 - 29 Marquette
Pennings 25 - 31 Marinette
Pennings 29 - 26 Wausau Newman
Pennings 44 - 41 Xavier
Pennings 43 - 42 Menasha
Pennings 60 - 44 Oshkosh
Pennings 26 - 39 Fon du Lac
Pennings 52 - 37 Roncalli
Pennings 37 - 33 Fox Valley
Pennings 38 - 34 Nlarinette
Pennings 27 - 31 Premontre
Pennings 48 - 40 Kewaunee
Pennings 49 - 36 Xavier
Pennings 46 - 44 Oshkosh
Pennings 36 - 42 Fon du Lac
Pennings 34 - 42 Manitowac
Pennings 64 - 58 Wis. Rapids
Pennings 42 - 38 Fox Valley
Pennings 45 - 36 Premontre
Quincy hustles over sleeping opponent.
Pennings Fox Valley
Pennings Fox Valley
Pennings East De Pere
PenI'1ir1gS Two Rivers
FRONTFMgr. B. Jagodinsky, D. Schleis, P. Albers, C. Deacon, M. Bourgeois, T. Heintzkill, J. Mortell. BACK: R.
Ley, S. Bratkowski, P. Hoeft, P. Nelson, T. Flanigan, J. Peterson, N. Elkey.
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This years JV's show great promise for future varsity
teams. The team had a winning season under the
careful guidance of Coach Dave Minten. The Argos
staff wishes the entire team continued success in the
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FRONT: P, Peeters, J. Brogan, M. Junio, B, Brogan, C. Gigot, Tom Janssenp SECOND: P. Baeten, D. Albers, G.
Vercauteren, B. Pirman, NI. Alser, M, Arant, Jim Van Sistinep THIRD: T. Van Alstine, S. Denis, NI. Lorberblatt,
Dave Jonet, J. Teske, K. Diny, J. VanGrunsven, P. Leicht,
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Mr, Oettinger, Moderator.
His bark is worst than his bite.
This is where the most time is spent during the afternoon.
I thought you said you knew how to score!
Even homework and punishments seem to get done.
st say anything
Bowling is . . .
A sport in which everybody participates on the same
level. It is the one sport a freshman or a faculty mem-
ber suposedly could come in first.
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Bowling is one of the biggest sports in school with
hundreds of students involved. It is up on a lot of
minor things besides the actual bowlingy such as Foot-
ball before, heckling during, and paying of bets after.
Somedays everything seems to go wrong.
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for Pennings, as 26 teams are competing in their re-
' spective leagues for a championship berth,
As this book goes to print, the Grasshoppers have won
the Senior League, closely followed by that fighting
, team, the Blue Side of Lonesome.
In the Junior's bracket there is a tight race between the
Blazing ExjJ.V. Five and the Frogs.
The Soph's have also got a battle going with Bino and
the Brothers, and the Foxes in close contention for
In the Freshman League the Super Stars have dominated
and subsequently won the first place berth.
Botch puts one up for the awesome Cadavers.
Commando Basketball at its best'! !! Somebody pick up that 'Gl iii? ball!!
"I know that the rules don't state that you have to wear shorts while playing, but it's not that hot down here."
"You think the crowds are large now wait till I tell the girls back at the Academy
Homecoming this year turned out to be a
truly outstanding event. Held over the week
end of October 18-19, with the game on Fri
day night and the dance on Saturday night.
The dance was held at the WBAY Auditor-
ium with King Keith Kolb and Queen Teri
Johanski looking over the festivities. Spec-
ial mention: The Freshmen wore their been-
ies. Key Club launched balloons at the
game, The Juniors won the float
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King and Queen for the 1975 Senior Ball Tom Lynn
and Beth Temp,
A couple of respectable Seniors enjoy a quiet moment
with their girls.
Friday evening, Nlarch twenty first was chosen as the
date for the 1975 Senior Ball. The dance was held in
the Daniel Whitney Room of the Beaumont Ramada
Inn. Just an "Old Fashioned Love Song" was the theme
with music provided by Years.
Reigning over the event were King Tom Lynn and
Queen Beth Temp. The members of the Court were
Keith Kolb and Teri Johanski, Kerry Ryan and Cricket
Nladzinski, John Schober and Sheila Murphy, Craig
Charles and Sue Cornell, Jim Roeser and Stacy Engel-
After the dance, the post-prom activities began with
the main event being bowling at Fox River Lanes.
Don't worry Mom, I'Il be home by daybreak,
The punch table drew a considerable crowd for a little while KI wonder whyl.
Refer to page 32, see how
things progress over a year.
Jeff Burnton and Nancy
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"What did that Surgeon General say."
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These lucky few escaped the school syndrom.
Some of the Mods more enthusiastic supporters!!!
The 2nd Annual Mod Squad Game pitted the mighty
forces of the WDUZ Nlods against APHS own Faculty and
Students. This year's game, co-sponsored by the Student
Councils of SJA and APHS, was held on Nlarch 19th.
Attendance was down, mainly because it was third quar-
ter exam time. The game was close at the start, but the
DUZ jocks built up a lead that Pennings just could not
overcome. Those who attended this sport spectacle will
never forget Tim Franken's behind-the-back passes, Lar
Wiltgen's 5 offensive fouls, that classic jump shot of our
own Doc Coyle, or the hustle and spirit of the Big "O",
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If you guys use this picture, you've got a demerit. Too bad I don't have my wallet huh.
FRONT ROW lLEFT TO RIGHT! Kevin Swan, Mike Schleis,Fred Mathys, Steve Sehring, Mark Baeten, Mark Bour-
geois, Don Dockry, Paul Menting. 2nd ROW: Steve Quinette, Tom Lynn, Fritz Schmidt, J. Arthur Bie, Bruce Stoehr,
Jim Grace, Dave Van Gemert, Tim Krienke, TOP ROW: Denis Hogan, Ellis Mc Fadzen, Dan Van Alstine, Mike Van
Egeren, Mark Vandelist, Joel Butz, Steve Jossart, Pete Nelson, Phil Reinhart.
OFFICERS F OR 1974-1975
Mark Gigot, Treas., Craig Charles, Pres., Keith Kolb,
V-P, Mike Krach, Sec.
Missing from picture: Jeff Smits, Steve VandeLoo,
Tom Ebert, John Petitjean, Bill Draheim, Dick Bro-
gan, Bob Stoehr, Dan Donarski, Matt Kaftan, Dave
Schleis, Mike Hein, Mike Blaha, Jim Peterson, Chris
This past year, 41 young men dedicated themselves to
caring, motivated by the International theme "Caring,
our way of life." Some of the club projects were visit-
ing the elderly at Ridgeview Nursing Home, running
the concessions at the basketball games, helping out at
Willoway and Rolling Wheels functions, as well as es-
corting seven young ladies to a benefit dance. Our Key
Club is very active in school and the community, partly
due to the cooperation and support they receive. Key
Club is a service organization, and as long as our Club
is around, they will be serving the school and commun-
ity. The 1974-75 Board would like to thank the many
people who helped us to help others.
John Petitjean and Dave Schleis with some friends at
Fred Math ys, Joe
Steve Nlc Nlonagle, Bruce Stoehr,
eois, Keith Kolb, Jack Baeten, John Mapes, J Arthur Bie,
esko, Neil Sweney
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SITTING: J. Bertrand, P, Umentum, M. Holschuh, J. Lemke, BACK ROW: B. Kolb, S. Hettmann, G. Hoell, S
Scannell, J, Pfankuch, M. Zambrowicz, NI. Mohr.
S. Sehring, P. Denis, C, Zehren, P, Umenlum, Nl. lVl0l'1r.
FRONT: Junior Editor, P. O'Brien7 S. Sehringg BACK: J. Hoegemeierp J, Burntonp C, Zehrenp S, Schmidt, P. Denis,
J. Nlortellp MISSING: J, Schoberg S. Quinetteg D, Van Alstineg R. Leyp T. Nlarting S. Rothep J, Lemke,
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FRONT: Editor, P. Maufortp Head Photographer, J,
Fritscheg BACK: Sports Editors, G, Stanley, M, Bronk.
Another organization at Pennings is the Lance, our
school newspaper. The Lance takes on the personality
of those who are responsible for it. This is the reason
that we at Lance would like to encourage everyone to
participate in its making. Lance offers the students a
chance to air their gripes and complaints. The paper
will attempt to print the student's views as long as
proper discretion is used in expressing these views.
Sister Louise is the moderator of the Lance and
deserves great recognition for her work, Phil lVlaufort
has served as Editor and has published many enjoyable
issues. Congradulations to Phil, his staff and all those
involved for a successful year.
Abbot Pennin s NHS is open to those students who main-
tain an average of 88 and who, in the opinion of the
faculty, have given evidence of good character and
service to the school and community. Sophomores are
accepted as Probationary members at the end ofthe
first semester. Rev. Roger Vanden Busch is the
FRONT: Bruce Stoehr, Wayne Sanders, Jeff Smits,
MIDDLE: Mike Krach, Jeff Burnton, Mark Bronk, TOP:
Jim Fritsche, Keith Kolb, Mark Gigot, Denis Hogan,
John Hoegemeier, Steve Vande Loo, Pat Faulds.
FRONT: Charlie Zehren, Dan Donarski, Randy Romen-
esko, Terry Newhouse, John Hillen, 2nd ROW: Steve
Rothe, Phil O'Brien, Alan Kresbach, TOP ROW: Keith
Vandenbusch, Tim Krienke, Bob Stoehr, Mark Baeten,
Greg Derfus, Paul Denis, Bill Draheim.
TOP: Bob Gruesen, Steve Sehring, Paul Umentum,
MIDDLE: Chris Zehren,
1975 Student Council
Student Council goals for the year were to better com-
munications with the student body, to further develop
tri-school relations and support some community
Homecoming was a huge success with the largest crowd
ever, The festivities were held at the WBAY Auditorium
with music by Eden Stone.
To add a little variety to the lunch menu, the SC is
selling Fritos, Doritos, and Ruffles, With the profits
from this endeavor, the SC hopes to buy a vending
machine for the school,
To help relieve the mid-winter blues, a winter carni-
val was sponsored by the SC's of SJA, APHS and Pre-
montre, Activities included Bingo, Volleyball, a dance
and a snow sculpture contest. The finale to the week
was the Pennings-Premontre game.
The Council also made a number of contribution to
various funds such as United Way, World Fast, Cerebral
Palsy, M.S. and Muscular Dystrophy. A tri-school paper
is being set up for next year.
The SC would like to thank all of its reps for their
time and work.
Treasurer Paul Denis, Hesident Jeff Burnton, V-Presi-
dent Steve Byers. Missing: Secretary Charlie Zehren.
FRONT: Mike Hogan,
Dave Mc Intyre, John
Schober, Steve Vande
Loo, MIDDLE: Dan
Donarski, Mark Bour-
geois, Joe Conrad,
TOP: Phil 0'Brien,
Steve Blaha, Jon Han
son, Dan Van Alstine,
Mike Hein, Marty
FRONT ROW KLEFT TO RIGHT! Paul Albers, Tom Van Sistine, Rod Romenesko, Pat Faulds, Kurt Butz, Dave Joyce,
John Teske. 2nd ROW: Tony Faschingbauer, Jim Janssen, Randy Sincoular, Tom Mc Intyre, Joe Bertrand, Jon Kolb,
Dave Mattern, Paul Umentum, Tom Waldkirch. 3rd ROW: Doug Siegl, Dave Petersen, Mark Donarski, Wayne San-
ders, John Pamperin, Mike Hogan, Joe Teske. BACK ROW: Mr. Gary Wieseckel-Director, Dan Davidson, Joel Butz,
Chip Olsen, Marty Jauquet, Dave Mc Intyre, Gerry Montie.
FRONT ROW CLEFT TO RIGHT! Pat Fauids, Kurt Butz. 2nd ROW: Joe Teske, Mike Hogan, Pete Dorsch,
Wayne Sanders, John Pamperin, Tom Waldkirch. 3rd ROW: Tom Mc Intyre, Randy Sincolaur, Tony Fas-
chingbauer, Dave Mc Intyre, Director- Mr. Gary Jim Janssen, Mark Donarski.
FRONT ROW lLEFT TO RIGHT? Dave Fitch, Roy Van Laanen, Tim Lasee, Wayne Loehlein, Chuck Deacon, Jeff
Johnson, Mike Merkatoris. 2nd ROW: Terry Newhouse, John De Cleene, Tim Meeuwsen, Mike O'CalIaghan, John
Hannon, Pete Nelson, Tim Krienke, Jim Peterson. 3rd ROW: Mike Milson, Randy Dain, Randy Stary, Chuck Zeh-
ren, Steve Byers, AI Sweney, Dan Van Alstine, Bob Williams, Rick Coenen. Missing: Mike Enright.
FRONT, Mike O'Callaghan, John De Cleene, Dan Van Alstine, Bob Williams, Jeff Johnston, Mike Merkatoris,
Chuck Zehren, Steve Byers, BACK, Beth Kolb, Joey Schumacher, Sara Kolb, Dawn Miller, Karen Cleerman, Rose
Mott, Bridgette Bake, Margret Clouthier.
Terry Van Abel, Steve Byers, Ann Vercauteren, Jim Fritsche, Nlarylin Denis, Chris Tremel, Barb Macco, Stan
Kabat, Barb Gagnon, John De Cleene, Tracy Reis.
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FRONT: Lee Kwaterski, BACK: Megan Skaleski, Nancy La Violette, Lissa
Birder, Vonnie De Cieene, Sue Gagnon.
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ple! Look at
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Ever see a cuter Quacker?
Gypsies, tramps and thieves
The 1974 Academy Homecoming, held on Hallo-
ween, went over with a big bang. It started out with
a flag football game conveniently held at 1:30 in
the afternoon. The Quick Quackers lsophomores and
juniors! handidly defeated the Racing Raisins lfresh-
persons and seniorsl. It was the first time that the
Class of '75 had suffered a defeat.
"Wanna roll for a beer?"
"Ahh yass, my little chickadee".
The Homecoming Masquerade Dance was held that
evening at Entertainment East. Reigning over the
evening was Homecoming Queen Penny Gleason.
One thing you have to give the Academy credit for,
they really know how to have a unique Homecoming
SJA, Eat Your Heart 0ut
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we truly know that we are not an all boy's
school. Without all the fantastic support from
"Pennings Girls" there would be no APHS,
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The World Around Us
The idea of this section is to capture a few of the major events of the year, whe-
ther they took place in our area, our nation or the world. When you look back a
couple of years from now, the ideas in this section may cause you to reminisce,
No matter how bad things may seem right now, these are and always will be "the
good old days."
Was Patty Hearst really kidnapped? The saga of Patty be-
gan early in '74, when she was "abducted" by the Sym-
bionese Liberation Army. Her family pleaded with her to
return, but to no avail. The SLA took full advantage of
their free publicity, until the demise of most of the group
in a fiery gun-battle in LA, At the time this book goes to
print she is still at large with no solid clues as to her
Auto workers stand in line to collect unemployment.
Hard Times hit the US Economy
The two top competitors for this year's "Best Represen-
tation of Inflation Award" are sugar and gas, The major
problem is that we have inflation and recession at the
same time. Unemployment hit its highest mark in over
15 years. Farmers and those living on fixed incomes
were the hardest hit. Things have to get better,..we
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Evil Knievel made his biggest and so-called "Iast jump
ever, He attempted to cross the Snake River Canyon,
but the parachute on his X-2 Sky-Cycle opened too
soon and he crashed, landing in the Snake River,
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Muhammad Ali returned to respectability
by taking the heavyweight title away from
George Foreman. The outspoken boxer won
easily in the match in Zaire, Africa,
Henry Aaron, who is now with the Milwaukee Brewers,
made history in Atlanta at 9:07 on the evening of April
8th by slamming his 715th home run. He had broken
Babe Ruth's record which had stood for 39 long years.
"Hammering Hank" has done it.
The Spring of '74 saw a resurge in the popularity of an old fad: STREAKING, Countless thousands bared their but-
tocks in reckless abandon, to the surprise of those they met. Although the US was the most popular area streaking
area, the fad was world-wide, The students of St. Norbert's even got into the act. Streaking was regarded as a re-
turn to the days of "good clean fun."
The crew of the
won the America's
beating the Aus-
The real "Towering Inferno"
It happened in Brazil in Feb. 74. A fire broke out on
the 13th floor of a new skyscraper. The blaze was out
in 25 minutes, but 189 people died, killed by the fire
or by leaping from the upper floors in panic,
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Alexander Solzhenitsyn was caught in the powerful vise of the Soviet Govt.,
which he had described in his writings. Banished from his homeland, he
settled in Switz. and awaited his family.
Watergate--probably the most publicized govt. scandal
in the history of our country. The hearings, concerning
the break into Democratic convention headquarters and
its subsequent cover-up, continued for months, leaving
many questions unanswered and confidence in our govt.
slightly shaken. The major result of the scandal was the
resignation of Pres. Richard Nixon, the first in our
FORD 84 ROCKEFELLER
For the first time in our country's history, we had a
president and vice-president, neither of whom were
elected by popular vote. Ford was chosen as V-P when
Spiro Agnew resigned. When Nixon stepped down, Ford
became president, and the search for a new V-P began.
Nelson Rockefeller, former governor of New York, was
picked to fill the position, after a thorough Senate com-
CON DITIONAL A IVINESTY
Of the over 10,000 deserters who were eligible for am-
nesty, few showed to go through the actual processing.
Of those who returned, some said they had left because
of the war, they were needed at home, or they didn't
fit into military life. The conditions were not as harsh
as they might have been--24 months of socially useful
alternative service. The "reward" wasn't much though,
a clemency discharge, which would not entitle them
to any GI Benefits, leaving them not much better off
than the deserters who stayed "deserted",
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tries. Some were by election, overthrow, assasination or
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-Pabst captured 447, of the Wisconsin beer market, des-
pite the curses of the loyal Bud drinkers.
-Students who stayed at the Downtowner for State did
not get their deposits back,
-Roger Thomson's car started on fire all by itself in
the parking lot.
-The LMW lLegendary Meat Wagonl, piloted by George
Stanley, turned over its first 100,000 miles.
-Coach cut down the final term paper to only 3,000
words lmaybe he's got Senioritisl.
-Rick Noel said tonly oncel that he was tired of drink-
Henry Kissinger finally met his match in Nancy Maginnes, Our very
own Sec, of State, "The King of Charisma", took a well-deserved
vacation to do a little happy honeymooning in Acapulco.
King Faisal of Saudi Arabia
Not only was Faisal the Mideast's richest oil
N sheik, he was one of the world's 3 or 4 most
powerful men. His life came to an end when
a demented nephew shot him to death, Fai-
sal was a wise and just ruler, as well as be-
ing a friend to the United States.
World famous aviator, Charles Lindbergh, who piloted
"The Spirit of St. Louis" from Long Island to Paris, be-
coming the first man to make a trans-Atlantic plane
crossing, passed away.
20 Years Late in Knowing
Imperial Army Lieutenant Hiro
Onooda, 53, was finally per-
suaded to surrender, after he had
gone on waging WW11 single-
handedly. The jungle must be
habit-forming, because he did
not like the city life and headed
for Brazil to help develop jungle
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Today must be Tuesda
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We'11 A11 Get There,
Sooner Or Later.
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Mike ties one on at State,
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As usual the play drew a full house every night. The Oh, Amarylth! Your tho thwell.
many hours spent practicing were rewarded with raves
from the audiences and excellent reviews from the
critics. Congratulations to all who participated.
Steve Byers pounds out the high notes, while Rosie
Nlott and Mark Newhouse look on.
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Tim Wiltgen, Joe Hannon, Rick Kolb 84 Paul Falk har-
monize to produce a successful quartet.
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Members of the cast reach for perfection. Leading lady, Joan Kryshak, and leading man, Ken
Mathys, enjoy a tender moment together.
Charlie Cowell. . . . . Kevin Flahive DANCER5
Conductor . . . . . . George Ferris BOYS GIRLS
Salesman ' ' ' ' ' ' M.Iflfe '?Lef'9eI?t Steve Byers Mary Alice Falk
Sagesman' ' ' ' 'mpa 'Tinli Don DeBroux Cathy Grace
Salesman ' ' ' ' Nha John DeCleene Cheryl Peeters
Sa esman' ' ' ' Sxm 1-gen Mark Newhouse Jayette Schroeder
Salesman ' ' ' ' ' elfe asee Mike Walters Jenny Van Laanen
Salesman . . . . . . Rick Kolb
Salesman . . . . . . .Joe Hannon
Salesman . . . . . . Chuck Zehren TOWNSPEOPLE
Salesman . . . . Mike McFadzen
Harold Hill. . .
Mayor Shinn ....
Alma Hix .....
Ethel Toffelmier. .
Ewart Dunlop . . .
Oliver Hix ....
Jacey Squires. . .
Olin Britt .....
Tommy Djilas. . .
Marian Paroo . . .
Gracie Shinn. .
Maud Dunlop . . .
Mrs. Squires ....
Constable Locke. .
Mrs. Paroo .....
Winthrop Paroo . .
. . . Ken Mathys
. . . Jeff Joyce
Laurie De Baker
. . . . .Joe Hannon
. . . Rick Kolb
. . Tim Wiltgen
. . . . .Paul Falk
. . . Steve Byers
. Mark Newhouse
. . .Joan Kryshak
. . Julie Gigot
. . Amy Turke
. . Kay Daley
. . Jim Kabat
. . Ellen Zettel
. . Joy Michaud
. Mike Merkatoris
Paul Falk Paul Umentum
Randy Stary Randy Dain
Bob Williams Steve Byers
Tim Wiltgen Amy Turek
Mary De Broux
Mary Lou Riley
Karen Van Gemert
Mrs.f Sue Peterson
Mr. Don Richter
ho, What, When - Graduate Directory
ANGST, STEVE P.-849 N, Clay St., De Pere5 Varsity
Club 45 Dramatics 45 Soccer 3,45 Tennis 1,25 Intra-
mural Bowling l,2,3,45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
ARANT, THOMAS FRANCIS-1023 Amhart Dr., DePere5
NHS 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Dramatics 45 Football5
Frosh5 JV 25 Varsity 3,45 BB5 Frosh5 JV 2,35 Varsity 35
BAETEN, MICHAEL JAMES-201 W, Briar Lane, Green
Bay5 Lance 35 Football5 Frosh5 JV 35 Intramural BB 3.
BAETEN, JEFFREY PETER-1301 Ridgeway Blvd., De-
Pere5 Varsity Club 45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 2,35 Varsity
45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
BEAUCHAINE, JOHN M.-387 Vande Hei Rd., Green
Bay5 Intramural Bowling 35 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
BENO, MICHAEL RONALD-157 Vande Hei Rd., Green
Bay5 Varsity Club 45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 2,35 Varsity
45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
BLAHNIK, ROBERT KEVIN-3033 Grande Rue, Green
Bay5 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Football5 Frosh5 Varsity 2,3,
45 BB5 Frosh5 Track l,2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 35
Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
BRENNAN, DONALD PATRICK-729 Reid St., DePere5
Football5 Frosh5 JV 35 Intramural Bowling l,2,3,45
Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
BRONK, MARK A.-1339 Irwin Ave., DePere5 Lance
3,45 NHS 3,45 Argos 45 Varsity Club 3,45 Football5
Frosh5 JV 25 Varsity 3,45 Track 1,25 Intramural BB
BURNTON, JEFFREY MARK-109 S. Clay St., DePere5
Class Officer 2, Treas.5 Student Council 1,4, Pres.5
Lance 2,3,45 NHS 2,3,45 Argos 45 Varsity Club 1,2,3,
45 Cross Country l,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Intramural
Bowling l,2,3,45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
BYERS, STEPHEN MICHAEL-440 Roselawn Blvd.,
Green Bay5 Student Council 3,4, V-P5 Argos 2,35 Key
Club 25 Debate 2,35 Dramatics 1,2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,3,
45 Cheerleaders 45 Football5 Frosh5 Intramural Bowling
1,2,35 Intramural BB l,2,3.
CHARLES, CRAIG WILLIAM-105 St. Francis Dr.,
Green Bay5 Lance 35 Key Club 2,3, V-P, 4, Pres.5
Football5 Frosh5 JV 25 Intramural Bowling 1,2,35 Intra-
mural BB 1,2,3,4.
COLLETTE, JOSEPH-2083 Lost Dauphin Rd., DePere5
Key Club 35 Intramural BB 2,3,
COUNIHAN, TIMOTHY P.-1636 Lost Dauphin Rd.,
De Pere5 BB5 Frosh5 Intramural Bowling 2,35 Intra-
mural BB 1,2,3,4.
DEACON, RICHARD ALLEN-112 Fifth St., DePere5
Varsity Club 3,45 BB5 Frosh5 JV 2,35 Varsity 4.
DE BROUX, DONALD FRANCIS-521 N. Michigan St.,
DePere5 Key Club 2,35 Dramatics 2,3,45 Chorus 1,2,
35 Track 15 Soccer 3,45 Intramural Bowling 2,3,45 In-
tramural BB 1,2,3,4,
DE CLEENE, FRANCIS LOUIS-711 N. Winnebago St.,
DePere5 Football5 Frosh5 JV 25 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
DE CLEENE, JOHN ROBERT-704 Fourth St., De Pere5
Key Club 25 Debate 2,35 Dramatics l,2,3,45 Chorus
l,2,3,45 Cheerleaders 45 Intramural Bowling l,2,3,45
Intramural BB 1.
DENISSEN, JEFF-501 Karl St., Green Bay5 Band 1,25
Intramural Bowling 25 Intramural BB 1,2.
DINY, DANIEL J.-Highway 96, Greenleaf5 Dramatics
DORSCHEL, GREGORY P.-301 Simonet St., Green
Bay5 Intramural BB 3,
EBERT, THOMAS A.-3501 S, Libal ST., Green Bay5
Key Club 2,3,45 Chess Club 25 Football5 Frosh5 JV 25
Intramural Bowling 35 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
ENRIGHT, MICHAEL JOHN-3024 S. Webster Ave.,
Green Bay5 Class Officer 1, Pres.5 Key Club 25 Varsity
Club 45 Dramatics 1,2,45 Chorus 1,45 Football5 Frosh5
JV 2,35 Varsity 45 Intramural BB 1,2.
FAU LDS, PATRICK GERAR D-Route 2, DePere5 Class
Officer 4, Treas.5 NHS 3,45 Chess Club 45 Band 1,2,3,
45 Intramural BB 1.
FOSTER LING, ERIC RAY-532 St. Francis Dr., Green
Bay5 Varsity Club 45 Band 1,2,35 Football5 Frosh5 JV
2,35 Varsity 45 Track l,2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 1,2
3,45 Intramural BB 1 2 3 4.
FRANKEN, JAMES PETER-520 N. Ontario St., DePere5
Varsity Club 45 Football5 Varsity 45 Track 15 Intra-
mural BB 1,2,3,4.
FRITSCHE, JAMES GERARD-301 W. Briar Lane,
Green Bay5 Lance 3,45 NHS 3,45 Argos 3,4, Editor5
Varsity Club 3,45 Cheerleaders 45 Football5 Frosh5 JV
25 Track 1,3,45 Intramural Bowling l,2,3,45 Intra-
mural BB 1,2,3,4.
GELLIN, PAT WILLIAM-3405 Libal St., Green Bay5
Football5 Frosh5 Intramural Bowling 35 Intramural BB
GER KE, MICHAEL JOHN-902 Ridgeway Blvd., De
Pere5 Band l,2,3.
GER RITS, BRUCE ROBERT-Route 3, De Pere5 Intra-
mural Bowling 35 Intramural BB 2,3,
GIGOT, MARK S.-3256 Bitters Ct., Green Bay5 Class
Officer 1, Treas,5 Key Club 2,3,4, Treas.5 Varsity Club
45 Dramatics 45 Football5 JV 35 Varsity 45 BB5 Frosh5
JV 2,35 Varsity 4.
GRACE, JAMES NORTON-815 White Pine Ave., De
Pere5 Class Officer 2, Sec., 3 Sec., 4 V-P5 NHS 2,3,45
Key Club 2,3,45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Football5 Frosh5
BB5 Frosh5 JV 25 Track 1,2,3,45 XC 2,35 Soccer 45
Intramural Bowling 3,45 Intramural BB 3,4.
HOCKERS, JEFFREY GERARD-Route 5, De Pere.
HOEGEMEIER, JOHN JOSEPH-254 Lazarre Ave., Green
Bay5 Student Council 35 Lance 3,45 NHS 2,3,45 Track
1,25 Intramural BB 3,
HOGAN, DENIS FRANCOIS-180 Rosemont Dr., Green
Bay5 NHS 2,3,45 Key Club 2,3,45 Intramural Bowling
1,2,3,45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
HUTCHISON, SAM THOMAS-2316 Oakwood Ave.,
Green Bay5 Intramural BB 2.
KIRSCH LING, MARK ALEXANDER-2551 Oakwood
Ave., Green Bay5 Varsity Club 3,45 Dramatics 25
Chorus 1,35 Football5 Frosh5 JV 2,35 Varsity 3,45 Track
15 Intramural BB 2,3,4.
KA BAT, STANLEY JOSEPH-Route 2, Greenleaf5 Stu-
dent Council 25 Chorus 25 Cheerleaders 45 Football5
Frosh5 Track 1,25 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
KOLB, CHRIS GEORGE-716 Bomier St., De Pere5
Lance 2,3,45 Chess Club 1,2,35 Track 25 Tennis 15
Intramural Bowling 2,3,45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
KOLB, JOSEPH-128 N. Sixth St., De Pere5 Football5
Frosh5 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
KOLB, KEITH ANTHONY-237 S. Ontario, De Pere5
Student Council 15 NHS 3,45 Key Club 2,3 V-P, 4
Lt. Gov,5 Varsity Club 2,3,4 Pres,5 Chess Club 15 Dra-
matics 2,45 Football5 Frosh5 Varsity 2,3,45 Track 15
Intramural Bowling 1,2,35 Intramural BB 1,2,4,
KRACH, MICHAEL JOHN-706 N. Ontario, De Pere5
NHS 35 Key Club 2,3,4 Sec.5 Varsity Club 3,4 Treas.5
Dramatics 45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 25 Varsity 3,45 Track
1,2,3,45 Intramurals Bowling 1,2,3,45 Intramurals BB
LAES, DOUGLAS JOHN-239 Sioux La., Green Bay5
Football5 JV 35 Varsity 4.
LASEE, STEVEN PETER-625 Baeten Rd., Green Bay5
Student Council 25 Chess Club 25 Dramatics 35 Chorus
1,2,35 Football5 Frosh5 Intramural Bowling 1,25 Intra-
mural BB 1,2,3,4.
LA VIOLETTE, ROBERT JAMES-2060 West Vista
Circle, De Pere5 Varsity Club 3,45 BB5 Frosh5 JV 25
LURQUIN, GREGG CHAR LES-2102 Waubenoor Dr.,
LYNN, THOMAS EDWARD-3430 Langlade Rd., Green
Bay5 Key Club 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 BB5 Frosh5 JV
25 Varsity 3,45 Intramural Bowling 15 Intramural BB 1.
MANDERS, JOE A.-1270 Driftwood Dr., De Pere5 Var-
sity Club 2,3,45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 2,35 Varsity 45
Tennis 1,2,3,45 Intramural BB 1.
MATZKE, BRUCE JOHN-413 South Sixth, De Pere5
Class Officer 1 Treas.5 Key Club 25 Chess Club 1,25
Track 1,25 Intramural BB l,2,3.
MAUFORT, PHILIP JOHN-1114 Grignon, Green Bay5
Lance 1,2,3,4 Editor5 NHS 3,45 Football5 Varsity 35
BB5 Frosh5 JV 25 Track 1.
MC INTYRE, DAVID ANGUS-133 Arrowhead Dr. Green
Bay5 Student Council 45 Band 1,2,3,45 Football5 Frosh5
Track 1,25 XC 25 Intramural BB 1,2.
MC MONAG LE, STEVE JOSEPH-630 Waubaunaqua
Trail, De Pere5 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Tennis 1,2,3,45
Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
MOOREN, ROBERT JOHN-Route 2, Kaukauna5 Track
MOTT, CHARLES WILLIAM-330 Simonet St., Green
Bay5 Intramural BB l,2,3.
MURTO, MARK A.-2556 Sherry La., Green Bay5
TRANSFER Varsity Club 45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 35
Varsity 45 Intramural BB 3,45 Hockey 1,2,3,4.
NOEL, RICHARD THOMAS-Route 6 Hoffman Rd.,
Green Bay5 Varsity Club 45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 2,35
Varsity 45 Intramural BB 3.
NYSTROM, BRAD JOSEPH-800 S. Erie, De Pere5
Lance 35 Varsity Club 45 Chess Club 15 Dramatics 35
Band 1,2,35 Football5 Frosh5 Golf 15 Soccer 3,45 In-
tramural Bowling 1,3,45 Intramural BB 1,3,4.
PARMA, MARK JOSEPH-612 Blackhawk Dr., Green
Bay5 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
PETERSON, DAVE GERARD-Route 5, De Pere5 Varsity
Club 45 Chess Club 15 Band 45 Football5 Frosh5 Varsity
45 Track 45 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
PETITJEAN, JOHN ROBERT-500 Arrowhead Dr., Green
Bay5 Argos 45 Key Club 2,3,45 Varsity Club 45 Football5
Frosh5 Golf 1,2,3,45 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,45 Intra-
mural BB 1,2,3,4. '
PHILLIPS, KEVIN DAVID-602 Jordan Rd., De Pere5 In-
tramural Bowling 1,2,45 Intramural BB 1,2.
PROSSER, TODD RICHARD-Route 4, De Pere5 TRANS-
FER Dramatics 35 Football5 Frosh5 BB5 Frosh5 Track 2.
QUINETTE, STEVEN JA MES-607 Jordan Rd., DePere5
Class Officer 4, Sec.5 Lance 1,3,45 NHS 2,3,45 Key
Club 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Football5 Frosh5 JV 25
Varsity 3,45 BB5 Frosh5 JV 25 Varsity 3,4.
REGAN, PAUL THOMAS-Route 1, DePere.
ROESER, JAMES ROBERT-152 Gwynn St., Green Bay7
Varsity Club 47 Football7 Frosh7 JV 2,37 Varsity 47 In-
tramural BB 1,2,3,4.
RYAN, KERRY LOUIS-335 Marsh St., DGPGYBQ Transfer
from W. DePere Jr. Year7 Student Council 1,2,3, Foot-
ball7 Frosh7 Varsity 27 Track 1,27 Intramural BB 1,2,3.
SANDERS, BERNARD WAYNE-223 N. Sixth St., De-
Pere7 NHS 2,3,47 Argos 47 Key Club 2,37 Chess Club 17
Dramatics 1,2,3,47 Band 1,2,3,47 Soccer 3,47 Intra-
mural Bowling 3.
SCH MIDT, FREDERIC WILLIA M-440 St. Mary's Blvd.,
Green Bay7 Lance 2,3,47 NHS 3,47 Argos 47 Key Club
2,3,47 Varsity Club 47 Debate 2,32 Football7 Frosh7 JV
2,37 Varsity 47 Tennis 2,3,47 Golf 17 Intramural Bowl-
ing 1,2,3,47 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
SCHOBER, JOHN CHRISTOPH-1703 Lost Dauphin Rd.,
DePere7 Student Council 2,42 Lance 47 Varsity Club 2,
3,47 Football7 Frosh7 JV 27 Varsity 3,47 BB7 Frosh7 In-
tramural Bowling 3,47 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4,
SCHULDES, CHRISTOPHER PAUL-345 Coolidge St.,
Green Bay7 Lance 37 Key Club 27 Debate 2,37 Cheer-
leaders 47 Track 1,2,47 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,47
Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
SEEMAN, DENNIS JOSEPH-1451 Mayfair St., DePere7
Varsity Club 3,42 Football7 Frosh7 JV 2,37 BB7 Frosh7
JV 27 Varsity 3,4.
SEIDL, MARK M.-2532 Libal St., Green Bay7 Intra-
mural Bowling 1,37 Intramural BB 1,3.
SHEMK Y, JOSEPH J.-2705 Beaumont Ave., Green
Bay7 Varsity Club 2,3,47 Football7 Frosh tEdisonl7 Var-
sity 2,3,47 Intramural Bowling 37 Intramural BB 3.
SMITS, JEFFREY M.-652 Reid St., DePere7 NHS 3,47
Key Club 2,3,47 Varsity Club 3,47 Football7 Frosh7 JV
27 Varsity 3,47 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4,
STANLEY, GEORGE A,-2692 S. Webster Ave., Green
Bay7 Lance 3,47 Varsity Club 3,47 Football7 Frosh7 JV
27 Varsity 3,47 Track 1,2,3,47 Intramural Bowling 2,37
Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
STOEHR, BRUCE JOSEPH-344 Ridgeview Terr., Green
Bay7 Class Officer 1, Sec. 2,3,4, Pres.7 NHS 2,3,47
Argos 47 Key Club 2,3,47 Football7 Frosh7 JV 27 Varsity
3,47 Track 17 Intramural Bowling 1,2,3,47 Intramural
THOMAS, LAWRENCE PAUL-437 Memory Ct., Green
Bay7 Band 1,2,37 Intramural Bowling 1,27 Intramural
THOMSON, ROGER J.-Route 6, Green Bay, Varsity
Club 47 Football7 JV 37 Varsity 47 Intramural BB 3,4.
tTrans'fer from Preblel.
TREML, CHRISTOPHER GERARD-Route 5, Olden Glen
Rd., DePere7 Argos 2,37 Chess Club 27 Cheerleaders 47
Track 27 Intramural Bowling 2,37 Intramural BB 1,2,3.
TROUP, JOHN RICHARD-1306 Fox River Dr., DePere7 I
Band 17 BB7 Frosh7 Track 2,3,47 Intramural BB 3. ,
VANDE LOO, STEPHEN A.-229 Nlain St., Wrightstown7
Student Council 2,3,47 NHS 3,42 Key Club 2,3,4, De-
bate 1,2,37 Dramatics 1,2,47 Band 1,27 Track 17 Intra-
mural Bowling 2,37 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
VANDEN BRANDEN, THOMAS JOHN-540 Lande Sf.,
DGPSYEQ Intramural BB 1,2,3. '
VANDEN BLOOMEN, MICHAEL DAVID-1500 Ft. How-
ard St., DePere7 Intramural Bowling 27 Intramural BB
VAN LAA NEN, MICHEAL WHITNEY-800 Glenwood
Dr., DePere7 Class Officer 1, V-P7 Key Club 2,37 Var-
sity Club 47 Dramatics 3,47 Football7 Frosh7 Track 1,
2,3,47 Tennis 37 Soccer 3,42 Intramural Bowling 1,2,
3,47 Intramural BB 1,2,3,4.
WALDKIRCH, MARK BERNARD-867 St. Francis Rd.,
DePere7 Dramatics 3,47 Band 1,2,37 Intramural BB 1.
WASSENBERG, STEVEN EDWARD-2009 Jourdain Lane,
Green Bay, Football7 Frosh7 JV 27 Track 17 Intramural
WEISSE, THOMAS F.-257 Towerview Dr., Green Bay,
Key Club 47 BB7 JV 2.
WILLIAMS, ROBERT SCOTT-120 Iroquois St., Green
Bay7 Dramatics 1,3,47 Chorus 1,2,47 Cross Country 1.
WILTGEN, LAWRENCE WILLIA M-3310 Cameo Ct.,
Green Bay7 Class Officer 2,3,V-P7 Varsity Club 2,3,4,
V-P Football7 Frosh7 Varsity 2,3,47 BB7 Frosh7 JV 27
Varsity 3,47 Track 17 Golf 2,3.
WOOD, DANIEL F,-235 Wisconsin Ave., Denmark7
Chess Club 1,27 Intramural BB 1.
ZEGERS, DONALD JOSEPH-427 S. Ontario St., De-
Pere7 BB7 Frosh7 JV 2,37 Varsity 47 Golf 3,4.
Of Abbot Penmngs
Abbot Pennings High School has a long and proud tradition. The
school was founded in 1898, as St. Norbert's High School. It was
the first educational institution established by the Norbertine Or-
der in the United States. From 1898 until 1959, St. Norbert's High
School was located on the college campus, in what today is Sen-
senbrenner Hall. During this period, St. Norbert's High was a col-
lege prep board school.
In 1959, the location and the name of the school changed. St.
Norbert's High became Abbot Pennings High School, renamed in
honor of The Right Reverend Bernard H. Pennings. Abbot was the
founder of Abbot Pennings School, as well as St. Norbert's College,
Archmere Academy lClaymont, Delawarel, Bishop Neuman High
School fPhiladelphia, Pa.l, and Premontre High School. The pre- 1+
sent site of Abbot Pennings was formerly that of
public high school for the West DePere area, When West DePere
built a new school, Nicolet High was purchased by the Norbertine
Order. A drive for funds to enable the Order to purchase the build-
ing and land was undertaken by the four parishes of DePere. Since
the building and land was purchased by the parishes, the Order
supplied the necessary funds for renovation and modernization,
From its founding in 1898, enrollment has increased many times
over, In 1943, there were approximately 80 young men enrolled.
When the name was changed in 1959, the enrollment had grown
to 180 students. This year, there are 400 students enrolled at Ab-
bot Pennings High School.
The most recent addition to the school's physical facilities was
the purchase of the Congregational Church by the Order in 1967.
This building has been converted into the Music
sently houses the Band and Chorus, as well as serving as Yearbook
Why does Pennings prosper when many other parochial schools are
on the verge of collapse? Why are parents willing to spend the
money to send their kids to Pennings?
Many people lespecially parentsl feel that our school has a little
Nicolet High, the '
Hall, and pre-
something extra to offer over other area schools. That little extra - ' V
is due mainly to the spirit and dedication of our
also hopes to build strong young men who will support and live the
Christian ideals upon which our school is founded.
In terms of sports, Pennings has its share of well-deserved succes-
ses. There have been some slack periods, but for the most part
Pennings has put fine teams out on the field, court, and track. In
the past four years, the football team has gone to the state play-
offs twice, taking the title in 1971. The Squire duffers have taken
conference the past two years. The basketball team has gone
down to state three out of the past four years, finishing well each
Spirit is another reason why people go to Pennings. We have a cer-
tain togetherness and unity that few other schools have. This can
be seen by the fan support our teams get whether they win or lose.
Some students contend that their parents send them to Pennings so
that they don't have to tell their kids how to dress and wear their
hair. Some students feel that the hair and dress codes are an intru-
sion on their private life, but it is kind of interesting to note that
there never was a dress code until the early sixties when the stu-
dents decided to have a dress code to distinguish themselves from
the other schools.
Pennings is a unique school, which has a lot to offer. Some may
like it, some may not, but Abbot Pennings is an experience which
all of us will remember as "the good old days,"
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Laes
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brennan
Mrs. Joan Lynn
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Counihan
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Diny
Mr. and Mrs. James Angst
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Krach
Mr. and Mrs. James Lurquin
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Charles
The Don LaVrollete's
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Ebert
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gerke
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Grace
Mr. and Mrs. Carol Deacon
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kolb
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zegers
Mr. and Mrs. James Manders
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillips
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Sanders
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Gigot
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. VandeLoo
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vereauteren
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schuldes
Mr. and Mrs. William Fritsehe
Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Stoehr
Mr. and Mrs. James Wassenberg
Mr. and Mrs. Cy Baeten
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown
Mr. and Mrs. James De Broux
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Butz
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davidson
Mr. and Mrs. Don Dorsch
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitch
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Beno
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made this book possible.
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Head Photographer 84 Editor
As editor I get the pleasure of putting the year in
perspective. First we started out on rough footing
with an inexperienced staff. Through the year we
came of age, able to handle ourselves in the pres-
sing limits of deadlines, wrecked pictures and
general apathy and despair. Not all was so gloomy
though, we also had quite a few good times and
easy going work sessions. I've enjoyed working on
this book a great deal and I hope that the rest of
the staff feels the same way.
I have to thank my staff especially Bruce Stoehr.
Without Bruce's help I seriously doubt that there
would be a book at all. His title is deceiving, for
he not only ran our sales and advertising, he also
helped greatly on layout. He also prodded the
editor into action. I hope that our efforts have
The staff and I would like to thank the students
for deciding that the book would be worth buying
and all others who have patronized this issue of
the 1975 Argos.
Jerry Mortell, Arthur Bie, Leo Van Sistine. John Mills,
Steve "Neige" Mc Monagle
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Track '7 5
This year's track team had a good year that was fun
and enjoyable for all.
The team did favorably in most meets and was the un-
official De Pere City Champs.
Outstanding performances were shown by Jeff Burnton
Jim Grace, Jim Enright, and the Mile Relay Team
during the entire course of the year.
Xavier - 54
Premontre - 81
Premontre - 53 1l2
Roncalli - 69
St. Mary - 42
De Pere - 62
Ashwaubenon - 74
Fox Valley Lutheran - 49
West De Pere - 48
Mile Relay Team: Ron Arant, Dan Feser, Steve
Schaeffer, Jim Grace
Mark Gigot blasts our for another win.
Wausau Newman Invitational
63 pts. fourth place
Fox Valley Christian Conference Relays
35 pts. fifth place '
Brown County Invitational
46 pts. fourth place
Fox Valley Christian Conference Meet
52 pts. fourth place
WISAA State Meet Class "A"
12 pts. eleventh place
Class "A" State Champion
Jeff Burnton TWO MILE 9:41.1
440 - 53.0 Steve Schaefer
880 - 2:0O.2 Jim Grace
Mile - 4:30.3 Jeff Burnton
Two Mile - 9241.1 Jeff Burnton
Mile Relay - 3:33.9 Tom Arant
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Dan Feser getting a handoff from Jim Enright.
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Eric Wiltgen soars up and over.
This year's Junior Prom was a huge success, with fifty-
seven couples in attendance.
It was held at the Port Plaza Inn, on Saturday, the
Nineteenth of April. The theme chosen was "Lady'f
as the crowd danced to the sound of the Senior Exhibit.
At 11:00 p.m. the court was presented. Sue Cuene was
crowned the queen, with Leo Van Sistine king.
Post Prom was held as Fox River Lanes from 1:00 -
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Cole and Barb Priewe talk things out.
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Court members were, Cindy Holz 84 Bob Stoehr, Seas Murphy 84 Joe Roeser, Barb Mohr 84 Marty Albers, Queen Sue
Cuene 84 King Leo Van Sistine, Rose Nlott 84 Tim Krienke, and Karlene Flahive 84 Jim Lemke.
Rose and Tim sit one out.
Chuck smokes to much to dance fast. Tuxes are really just portable ovens.
Jesus Christ Superstar
Getting Everything Ready . A
Lighting Director Tom Tessner and two of his crew, Chuck Wiltgen and Mike Van Laanen, get the lights set up
Practice Makes Perfect . , .
Someone forgot their lines.
The Men Who Made HSuperstar', Go
Director Wm. Bauknecht
Why "Superstar 7
"It was with full understanding-that there is perhaps no
more personal thing in the world than a man's relation-
ship with his God-that the Abbot Pennings Drama De-
partment chose the rock opera, JESUS CHRIST, SUPER-
STAR. It was with a sincere attempt to capture both
the human and the divine, the humorous and the seri-
ous, the dramatic and the religious that we embarked
OFI the staging of the play." -Wm. Bauknecht, Director
What The Press Said .
'Superstar' Done With Care
"Abbot Pennings High School has an unusual show for
its annual musical-"Jesus Christ, Superstar"-and it does
a good job with it. The school says its production is
Orllythe third nonprofessional one to be put on in the
nation...Even with the passage of five years time, there
is some sensitivity about the rock opera's unorthodox
approach to the last hours of Christ. Pennings' director,
William Bauknecht, pays careful heed to those who
might find offense with a break from the traditional in
his program notes tWhy Superstar'?l
Pennings' "Superstar" is more a coordinated group ef-
fort than a showcase for individual players. Generally,
it is a smooth-running, 1 112 hour production and it is
done with care...Its crowd scenes-backgrounded strong-
ly by musical director, organist, and producer Don
Richter and his 16 piece orchestra-are especially ef-
fective...Virtually setless, the production's lighting be-
comes essential to creating moods, and that is done
well by Tom Tessner and his crew...It's no ho-ho,
slap-your-thighs show. Bauknecht and Richter show
their respect for this group of student by entrusting
them with the unusual opportunity to put it on." -War-
ren Gerds, Press-Gazette Staff Writer
What The People Said l .
Editor, Press-Gazette: Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim
Rice, the creators oft he phenomenally successful rock
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opera, "Jesus Christ, Superstar," should be grateful to
Abbot Pennings High School for a tasteful and reveren-
tial productionand performance of their work. Indeed,
their presentation last Saturday evening was for me
one of the most moving experiences oft he drama of
Christ I have ever known.
Six years ago, I fell in love instantly with "Jesus
Christ, Superstar" when I first listend to it with my son
as it spun its way on a record album. Knowing that
there are many proper adults who have not dug its rock
sounds and its realistic protrayal of a quite human
Christ, I would suggest that they submit themselves to
the reverent and sincere interpretation of these high
school young people. Many such adults might find
themselves surprised at experiencing a truly spiritual
profundity. After months of expectation, I had the
opportunity to witness the first Broadway performance
of "Superstar," mounted and staged by the artiest and
most sensation-minded experts that the show-biz world
could command. I left that Broadway theater sick with
dissappointment. It was show-biz at its crassest and
worst. I felt it was obscene. It was a "show " that pre-
tended to be all about Christ.
I way that Webber and Rice should be grateful to Abbot
Pennings for treating their with awe and deep sincerity.
William Bauknecht, the director, and Don Richter, the
musical director, have my appreciation for leading
these young people in making a rare gift to this com-
munity's spiritual and cultural enjoyment.
Sincerity and respect characterize their presentation of
a sacred story. It is remarkable that such a dramatic
challenge should reveal the amazing talents of these
youth. It was for me the finest high school dramatic
presentation I have ever seen. What an irony that a
group of beautiful high school "amateurs" could offer
as a deeply moving experience a drama that was cor-
rupted and cheapened by Broadway and Hollywood
professionals! For the Blessing they conferred on me
and so many others-to be continued this week-I thank
these young people. -The Reverend Lee C. Moorehead,
First United Methodist Church, Green Bay.
Christ being approached by the lame, blind, poor...
Simon Peter rais-
ing support for
Caiaphas commenting on Christ
Pilate cries, "What has he done?"
' The crowd cries 'Hosanna' for the new Messiah.
The priests enter the temple to collect alms. 1
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"Look at all my trials and tribulations, sinking in a gentle pool of wine, pool of wine."
"Try not to get worried, try not to turn on to... Judas betraying Christ with a kiss.
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Ms. Shirley Van
Mr. Don Richter
Mr. Tom Tessner
Mr. Tom Pigeon
Mr. John Schober
Mr. Tom Pigeon
Mike Krach GUIT
Pete Nelson PIANO
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Coach Fred Hoffman
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