Albany High School - Comet / Winnetkan Yearbook (Albany, WI)

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 T (£ i%3£omrDEDICATION Dean Mom and Dad, Remember that day, yeans apo when 70a took us 67 te Taurf artcf £ec into that gneat building? Feu of u6 ze that the 6-tep toe climbed that da i could lead to such memorable event . Vo w toe have climbed these steps (on tin last time; the second flight looms bjifone us. As '.oe necall the oast, happy memonies come to us; but none haooien than oun thoughts of you, Mom and Dad. Vcu gave us the stnength and counage to face the finst flight of stains. Few of us can fonget 1toun love, guidance, and patience. Without youn help we could neven have advanced this fan in becoming aood, useful citizens. To show you in a small wa7 oun gnatitude and ap-pneciation, we, the Senion Class of " 1 963," dedicate this, the 1963 "Comet," to you, oun oanents. Senion Class of "63"ADMINISTRATION A MESSAGE TO THE SENIORS AIbantj Studentt, Vail Albany High. School Skiggt,. P encipal aVJ’ Mat Witconten 1963 Tnet it a count .! in whig all to tt of people a e allowed to tay alt to tt o f different thengt. It't a count y in which you a e alloyed to hayr ---• ■'-• j: +...............- — ■ - ■ J l - llegnt of tl i me main ,.„.e two ma $ theii coun ettuet ofi the .day a e .allowed confruten maheng t---- whech meant eaiize nee wo en p etedenteai candedatet who can tiand befo e t tjmen and detpule .week .each othe about the . It t a count if en whech ail to tt of people ’' ''• v v VV ,n QV'UMtM V.'V'V'V . t " u J V Seaiize the trained wind it p obabht .the g eat .tec et weapon, of t ee wo ld. The t aened, unde ttandeng, p etpecaceout mend knowt ow to penet ate th ouoh o obiemt even'mo e effectively than the toughett gun can pcnet ate into enemy te ito i . The t ained mind can to t out all thete t ouble p obl$mt, that we have placed befo e ut and can eacn p ope , tenteble, cevilized decitiont. T aineng of the mind it not an eaty no a temple thing at all, and we nave'got to acknowledge that me e lea neng et not necetta ily wetdom. A pe ton can beve y learned, can know a g eat Eany .faett, and yet not be wete• 6ut I tubmee to you that you canrt £ wete wethout lea nena. You have get to tta l f om the lea neng tnat it the pegenneng of what can then become witdom if you make et to by you cha acte ana inteleect. Thit it a wo ld whe e many people a e tent ento exile, whe e many people tuffe fo thei belief, whe e many people a e cnuelly t eated fo thee belie ft. but the, mind et .one tning that cannot be t eated tnat way. . The poet Oved once ago, that only the mend cannot descend e , taid, many, many yea t ento exele. BOARD OF EDUCATION BLUMER, S. WHALEN, IGGS, D. (PRINCIPAL) R. (TREASURER) ABS. STRIKER, H. CHARLOTTE KING DARLENE GILLFACULTY MR. IVAN FOOTE SOCIAL PROBLEMS wor£5v5¥1 TORY MRS. ARLENE OLIVER ALGEBRA GEOMETRY ENGLISH I MR. PHILLIP HAHN U. . DRIVER'S PHYSICAL COACH HISTORY EDUCATION EDUCATIONMR. LEE SPANGLER BAND GEN £UMUSICMR. LEONARD THOMPSON ENGLISH I ENGLISH II ENGLISH III ENGLISH IV MR. PAUL WILL SHORTHAND BOOKKEEPING OFFICE PRACTICE TYPING I TYPING II MRS. MONA WILL ENGLISH IV SPEECH SPANISH I SPANISH IIBUS DRIVERS RANKINS. J. KRUEGER, A. BAERTSCHI, F. BLUMER, A. KRUEGER. E. MCCREEDY, W. BLUMER. MARTY, F. L. COOKS STEVENSON, M. PHILLIPS, H. CAFETERIA WORKERS RINGHAND, P. THILL, B. JANITORS RINGHAND, B. ZURFLUH, J. TWAY, J. JONES, C. PRYCE, N.SENIORS STEFANIK, J., SECRETARY DAVIS, M., PRESIDENT WHALEN, J., VICE PRESIDENT REASA, L., TREASURER CANDID SHOTS X K. M. D. C. L. K. RICHABBicKfiIMS0N "NOTHING IS IMPOSSIBLE, IT ONLY SEEMS THAT WAY." 30Y’S CHEF TRACK ---- KAY BAUMGARTNER "HER HEART IS LIKE THE MOON: IT ALWAYS HAS A MAN IN IT." SfUDENf C6un£1l..... THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS. ANNUAL STAFF....... READING CLUB........ PROGRAM DIRECTOR CLASfRgmk:::::: CO-EDLCORRESF 6NDENf!MARIk»LBCRN "WE KNOW NOT MUCH ABOUT HER BUT WHAT WE KNOW IS GOOD." TRANSFER STUDENT.........4 MARION LOUISE DAVIS "THE ONLY THING A GIRL CAN COUNT ON NOW A DAYS IS HER FINGERS." F. H. A..............2,3,4 LIBRARY CLUB................4 PRESIDENf..............4 FORENSICS.................3,4 THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS.... . 3,4 STUDENT DIRECTOR...3 4 HOMECOMING COURT........... 3 PROM COURT..................3 ANNUAL STAFF................4 SENIOR 4 GREEN LAKE DELEGATE.........3 READING CLUB................3 CLASS OFFICER,.......... 3 ,4 VICE PRESIDENT.........3 PRESIDENT..............4 TRANSFER STUDENT............2 HOMECOMIN COURT............4 - MARY JANE DUNPHY "JANIE" "QUIET?? YOU SHOULD KNOW HER BETTER'." lIbrArykurt urt rder "WINE, WOMEN, AND SONG." BOY'S CHEF................3,4 SECRETARY...............! 3 PRESIDENT...............4 BASKETBALL MANAGER..........4 VOLLEYBALL..................4 TRACK.....................3,4 LEE GRAVES "LOU--LOU" "I NEVER REMEMBER WHAT I WANT TO FORGET. THREE Stli-AM'fLAfS 3 4 KAY LOUISE HELLER "HER LIFE IS A BOOK OF ADVENTURES WITH A DIFFERENT BOY IN EACH CHAPTER.' r- ”• band... pREsioejj-r:::::::H;?:? PEP BAND..................1 2,4 $8B!s5filiA£r f c.A-5-s:::::::: PROM COURT....................3 ANNUALpi5§F£Mt6ft:::::::::::H TYPIST..................4 READTnHB£Lu6! II 1 I I I I I I I I I I I $’.4 CHORUS......................1,3 CLASS OFFICER...............1,2 NEWSPA?fe«f: 1111111111 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY.......4LYLE HENNINGSF.N "HENNY" "THERE KAY BE TIME FOR WORK, BUT I'VE NEVER FOUND IT." b6y § c tt:::::::::::::::?rl DARREL I. KING "WHEN YOU CAN’T SEE THE NUMERALS QNYQUR WAJCH, IT’S LATER THAN YOU NK. bAsk tball; KENNETH ROY MALCOOK "KEN" "BLUSHING IS VIRTUE'S RULER." F. F. A............ 1,2,3, mi BASKETBALL.........1,2,3, BASEBALL................ VOLLEYBALL.............2 , THREix2WSAK:::::::: PROM KING............... CROSS COUNTRY.......... class'btmtr.::::::::::::: TREASURER............ HOMECOMING KING......... ■C CO CO rocO-P-POOM-C co xala»f5SPimi "HE MAY BE QUIET—3UT WHO KNOWS?" STUDENT COUNCIL..........’. 4 BASKfetsAtt; PROM COURT.................3 PEP CLUB...................4 TRACK......................1 JERRY MAUERMAN "MORT" "WE WHO ARE QUIET ARE NOT ALWAYS ASLEEP." BOY'S CHEF................ CROSS COUNTRY............. 1 1 1 PATRICIA ANN MOSHER "PATSY" "IT'S NICE TO BE NATURAL WHEN YOU'RE NATURALLY NICE." F • H. A..................... 3 LIBRARY CLUB.........1,2.3.4 STUDENT COUNCIL.......... .. ..4 run»? ES1DEUT..................? ANNUAL STAFF.................. 4 CLAfIE§f55fi :::::::::::::: 1 SPOON WINNER...................3 NATIONAL HON R tfeW! .. 51 4 ALL SCHOOL CHRISTMAS PLAY...2J0HN»SfAc TCHEN YOU?GHSTUDYIANDLYOUAsf{jDYIALONE. " boy s chef::::::::::: :?:|n M? TRACK...................2,3 LAWRENCE OLSON "LARRY" "IT'S WONDERFUL BEING YOUNG ENOUGH TO KNOW EVERYTHING." CHESS CLUB................4 PRESIDENT.4 BANs£dR±f ary : I: it PEP BAND...........1,2,3,4 HR is6Sfe-A 5t LAt§::::::: I: ANNUAL STAFF.............14 TYPIST. ,..............4 MALE QUARTET..............4 PEP CLUB..................4 READING CLUB.,..,.........4 NATIONAL HONOR £6£i£fY....4 IRITA LYNNE REASA "LYNNE" SO SURE." F« H. A..............1,2,3. BAND....................... PEP BAND................... CHORUS.,................. THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS......3, STUDENT DIKECTOh....... GIRLS STATE................ PROM COURT................. ANNUAL STAFF............... ASSISTANT EDITOR....... pep ?ujb..;:::::::::::::::: CLASS OFFICER.............. TREASURER.............. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY...3, NEWSPAPER STAFF............ CHRISTMAS PLAY............. fOro CCC -r-r.fr .p coco O. C WARREN gCHNEEBERGER "IT’S HARD TO CATCH A RUNNING MAN". CHORUS......................... 4 BASKETBALL..............1,2,3,4 BASEBALL..................1,2,3 VOLLEYBALL....................3 BOYS STATE. ... . ............3 HOMECOMING COURT..............3 cro slc§u$?r ; :::::::::! 5 TRACK ..... 234 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY!I I.T 3 U GERALD SCHWARTZLOW "JERRY" s8rprIs?ng times are the most F.F.A....................1,2,3 VOLLEYBALL 3 JUDITH|fANN gTEFANIK "IF YOU WANT ANYTHING DONE, ASK A BUSY GIRL TO DO IT.ff HONOR CLU3.................3 F.H.A................1,2,3,4 PMiRfififfTAftiAw: VICE PRESIDENT...........4 CH0PRi§i6m::::::::::: ::::U CHEERLEADER. ............3,4 HEAD CAPTAIN........... 4 GREEN LAKE DELfiGAff:......2 MIXED QUARTET..............4 PEP CLUB...................4 CLASS OFFICER........1,2,3,4 PRESIDENT.............1,2 SECRETARY.,... 3,4 AL[:siHOOLECHRISTMA§‘ALAy!:2 NEWSPAPER STAFF............2 HOMECOMING QUEEN...........4 D.A.R. WINNER............ 4CURT’’BSPD0RF "LATE NIGHTS AND EARLY MORNINGS CAN SURE RUIN A GUY’S BEAUTY SLEEP." CHORUS............ . v -v • BASKETBALL...........1,2,3, VOLLEYBALL.............2,3, ANNUAL STAFF..............H kalePM?™?.::::::::5 MATH FOR FUN CLUB....... PEP CLUB..................4 BETTY THILL "HER DIAMOND IS BRIGHT. BUT HER EYES ARE BRIGHfER." F. H. A.............. 1,2,3 ,4 LIBRARY CLUB..........2,3 4 NEWSPAPER STAFF...........2 BARBARA THOMPSON "BOB" "NOT A SINNER OR A SAINT, BUT YOU CAN’T MAKE A GIRL WHAT SHE AIN'T. F. H. A.............1,2,3 CHORUS....................4 -e -r-rGERALD« "A YAWN IS AT LEAST OPINION." I uD N bo diL;;::; CHORUS............ V0LLEY3ALL........ threItM-»MT?: PROM COURT........ PEP CLUB.......... TRACK............. READING CLUB...... WEISS AN HONEST . . . .3,4 1.2,3,4 .......u .......4 .......4 JOESPH M. WHALEN "j6em "FINDING A WAY TO SIMPLIFY HOMEWORK IS TODAY1S MOST COMPLICATED JOB. CHESS CLUB...............3, studIn?hcL !l: peSd6And: CHORUS-.................... basketball; ;;;:;;;;;;: BASEBALL.............1,2,3, PROFTCOURT. ............... ANNUAL STAFF................. sr88uS !:::::::i;s; READING ‘CLUB ‘ . . . '.' .ill CLASS OFFICER......... . . ! SPADFSMgPIDOT.............. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ! ! ! ! 3 , HOMECOMING COURT........... JOANNE 8$8» ZURFLUH "ALTHOUGH I'VE LOTS OF WIT, I'M SHY AT USING IT. F • n • A • • ft ft ••• • • • • • • « • • 3 ft p- p-copr p-C- oj prpr p-o PCo P'p-P PHHNX -CVALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN honor students BACCALAUREATE s f CLASS NIGHT COMMENCEMENT MAY 31. fc FLOWER COLORS ALUMNI BANQUET MOTTO SENIOR TRIP. I SECRETARY PENNY KJORNESS TREASURER DICK OLIVER VICE PRESIDENT TERRY CHRISBAUM PRESIDENT ERIC RUNAAS NIOR CLASS OFFICERSROENNEBURG, A. RUNAAS, E. mi u:t. SWANSON, J. TEALE, WAHL, S. WEISS, D. CALENDAR OF EVENTS SEPTEMBER 3 SEPTEMBER 7 SEPTEMBER 1 SEPTEMBER 2 SEPTEMBER 27 SEPTEMBER 28 OCTOBER 4 OCTOBER 5 NOVEMBER 15 NOVEMBER 16 NOVEMBER 20 0 11 NOVEMBER DECEM DEC EM DECEMBER 14 DECEMBER 18 DECEMBER 21 SC °BOLRBg NS SENIOR "RECORD HOP" LEAGUE MEETING INITIATION AND SOPHOMORE DANCE SOPHOMORE ASSEMBLY--0. G. FITZGERALD IN-SERVICE MEETING MAGAZINE SALES —FRESHMEN WIN JUNIOR "PRE-HALLOWEEN DANCE" BER 12-19 THREE ONE-ACT PLAYS BER 24 LEAGUE ONE-ACT PLAYS NOVEMBER 1-2 WEA CONVENTION mm i msm » o£?tp» dance LABORATORY FOR SUPERIOR STUDENTS BASKETBALL GAME AT ORFORDVILLE BASKETBALL GAME HERE WITH APGYLE NOVEMBER 22-23 THANKSGIVING „ _ NOVEMBER 26 GUIDANCE LABORATORY STAFF VISIT BASKETBALL GAME HERE WITH SOUTH WAYNE BASKETRAI.I. game AT JUDA BASKETBALL GAME AT BLANCHARDVILLE BASKETBALL GAME HERE WITH MONTICELLO BASKETBALL GAME HERE WITH BELLEVILLE CHRISTMAS PROGRAM S CONCERT DECEMBER 22-JANUARY 7 CHRISTMAS VACATION JANUARY 4 BASKETBALL GAME AT NEW GLARUS BASKETBALL GAME HERE WITH ORFORDVILLE basketballs§amelhere with brodhead BASKETBALL GAME AT SOUTH WAYNE BASKETBALL GAME AT ARGYLE BASKETBALL GAME HERE°WITHEBLANCHA.RDVILLE BASKETBALL GAME HERE WITH NEW GLAUUS SENIOR ASSEMBLY SOUTHERN WISCONSIN EDUCATION CONVENTION « Ms mmt FEBRUARY 25-MARCH 2 REGIONALS BASKETBALL MARCH 8-9 SECTIONAL BASKETBALL MARCH 14-16 STATE TOURNAMENT MARCH 2 3 LEAGUE. FORENSTCS MARCH 23 SOLOS AND ENSEMBLES APRIL 12-22NIEASTER VACATION OR SNOW DAYS mi i2okg mm class play MAY 4 MUSIC FESTIVAL m u se8tional MAY 21 STYLE SHOW MAY 30 MEMORIAL DAY MAY 31 GRADUATION JANUARY 8 JANUARY 10 JANUARY 11 JANUARY 18 JANUARY 22 mm ii FEBRUARY 1 FEBRUARY 5 FEBRUARY 8 FEBRUARY 14 FEBRUARY 15 ftSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT DENNIS CHRISBAUM TREASURER JERRY MYHRE SIei ident SHfoWs ALBRIGHT, K. MtzL R-. BROUGHfON, H. CHRISBAUM, D. COLDEN, R. COOLE, D.I®!! - HOULBERG, W. J8F . NE , jones; KAUK, J. ON. L. G. L. MWTP9 D A ‘LKUCft, ft. LCOOK, P. K_ MA i MAPHILLIP HAHN L.G. G.W. M.D. J.W. J.S. W.S. K.M.FRESHMENFRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS TREASURER PRESIDENT ;h BLUMER NANCY JONES SECRETARY LA VON JONES VICE PRESIDENT KARL BLUMER ALEXANDER, S. ATKINSON ’R. 3AERTSCHI, P. BLUMER, J.’ bLUMER, K. BLUMER, K. » r ‘ » r • liasELLER, R. FLAHERTY, J. FfflCT: • JON JONE kapkeJ r! MILLER, J. mm: 5: PARKER, N. available JIman J henricks6n ‘j. HOULBERG, (5. KAPKE, T. KEEGAN, R. MAHER, W. MAUERHAN, J.ACTIVITIESPROM ON MAY 11, 1962, THE STUDENTS OF ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL SPENT AN EVENING IN GAY PAREE AS THE GUESTS OF THE JUNIOR CLASS FOR THEIR PROM "EVENING IN PARIS." KING KENNETH MALCOOK CROWNED JUDITH STEFANIK HIS QUEEN. THEIR ATTENDANTS WERE DIANNE JAHNS ESCORTED BY JACK PATCHEN, LYNNE REASA ESCORTED BY ALAN MARTINI, MARION DAVIS ESCORTED BY JOE WHALEN AMD KAY HELLER ESCORTED BY GERALD WEISS. THE GYM WAS DECORATED IN RED :iFFEL TOWER AND PARISIAN MOBILE lOBAK ORCHESTRA. UATING LUE WITH A HE MUSIC OF THE I CROWN YOU KING KENNETH I CROWN YOU QUEEN JUDITHNANCY JONES. JERRY HENRIKSON JUDY STEFANIK, KENNY MALCOOK BARBRA HEITZMAN. PHILLIP JONE MARION DAVIS. JOE WHALEN, COL EN DUNPHY MARION 8 JOE BARB 6 PHIL JUDY 8 KENNY COLLEEN 8 GREG NANCY 8 JERRYALBANY VS. JUDAGIRL SPADE WINNER LYNNE REASA WARREN SCHNEEBERGER BADGER BOY JUDY STEFANIK PATSY MOSHER JOE WHALEN SPOON WINNER F.F.A. SWEETHEART7070 MOSHER, P. SCHNEEBERGER, W. REASA, L. STEFANIK, J. WHALEN, J. STUDENT COUNCIL DALLAS BRiGGS (PRINCIPAL) ELMER, L. (SECRETARY-TREASURER).FORENSICS i ROW 3 Man6; COOLE, D. J. OLSON, L. HOULBERG, W. CHRISBAUM, D. MOSHER. ?. MITSCHELE, WHALEN, S. J. LIBRARY CLUB ROW 1 THILL, B. CHRISBAUM. D. (TREASURER) DAVIS. S._1SECRETAFY) DAVIS M. (PRESIDENT) HEITZMAN. 3. (VICE PRESIDENT) MRS. WILL J. GEMPELER, M. KAPK , F. FLESHE?, L. FLAHERTY, J. ?NC. J. DUNPHY M. PEASAj L. STEFANIK, J. 1 Mncuro v r.prccwfi1! t ROW 2 Z BONGIOR SWANSON POW 3 SWANSON, J. MOSHER . P.' “GFESSMA$. J. ROW U OLSON, L. GRAVES, L. KILLINGSTAD, D.BOY’S CHEF tow 1 ATKINSON. R. SCMJEEBE ttLBORN, R. GAArSSr " ---- m ts D. INABNIT, M. ROW 2 MALCOOK, K. (TREASURER) WHALEN. J. HLAVACHEK. J. ROENNEBURG, A. RUNAAS, E. (VICE PRESIDENT ) CHRISBAU! , t. (SECRETARY) PATCHEN, J. DUNPHY, M. FUTURE FARMERS OF D America maam i R 8W 3 MAH LKUCH R? h6uLb£r ! R1 . R P ICE , I§ T3LUMER, K. tRUAX, R. (SECRETARY) ALBRIGHT, K. MR. ELMER L3ERG, W. (VICE PRESIDENT) KOPP, R.ROW 1 ROW 2 STEFANIK, J. (VICE PRESIDENT) MINDER, K. THOMPSON, B. TEMPLETON, . MSS!!? . sschenk; kJ: b. gressman, j. «SMAH TAiSmSOfiAv?S,{fifP?fciUDEl»?- teR“T’( EASURER) BONGIORNO, J. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA ROW 1 ROW 2 MAUERMAN, J. THILL. B. ZURFLUH. J. KAPKE, T. FLESHER, L. MALCOOK, P, SWANSON, J. REASA, L. FLOOD. K. BECKWITH. B. BADERTSCHER, COOLE, M. WHALEN, M. KAPKE, ft. WHITEAKER, P. BLUMER, J. ELDRED, N. S. MRS. ROSS BRIGGS, A.READING CLUB 18a 1 mhxLi. k5 M .d-joB8 b g h dihgerx j. ROW 3 BAUMGARTNER, K. (PROGRAM DIRECTOR) CHRISBAUM, D. SCHNEEBERGER, F. WHALEN, J. I PRESIDENT). PEP CLUB SEATED ROW 1 JONES, N. DAVIS, S. KJORNESS, P. SWANSON, J. STEFANIK, J. SEATEfi R6w 2 BAUMGARTNER, K. KAUK, J. SWANSON, J. COOLE. D. BONGIORNO, w i K • -«-»AL c.. V i REAS A L • KNEELING PARKER, N. STEINDORF, C. FLAHERTY, J. RINGHAND, B. JONES, L. BADERTSCHER. S. ELMER. L. TEMPLETON. L. KING, L. STANDING OLSON, L. MALCOOK, P. WEISS, D. SHARER, P. HEITZMAN, B. MANSHEIM, P. KELLER, H. DEHMER, D.ROW 1 HOULBERG, G. OLSON, L. OLIVER, D. GAARDER. K. M 5 MfiSgfAS: D”0R te"-D.H0MiI HADDINGER, J, (SECRETARY-TREASURER) STANDING MRS. OLIVER STEINDORF, C. (PRESIDENT) WHALEN, G'Sv?sraMt)F- j. CHESS CLUB ROW 1 TEALE, S. HOULBERG, G. WHALEN, J. SCHNEEBERGER, W. HOULBERG, W. 3LUMER, K. (SECRETARY-TREASURER) JONES, T. MITSCHELE, S. ROW 2 ’FOUST, D. OCHSNER, J, JONES. P MR. THOMPSON' OLSON, L. (PRESIDENT) ’GAARDER, K. 'idLlINGSTAD, D. MILLER, J.ROW 1 GRAVES, L. KOSHER, P. WAHL, S. MARTINI, A. pnw o HrTT7Mfl»j r RrjMdnPMfi .t ri rp t ROW 1 REASA x L. MANSHIEM, P. ROW 2 MITSCftELfe, S. DAVlS, M. HOULBERG, K. WHALEN, J.SENIOR CLASS PLAY ROW 1 'WHALEN, J. OLSON, L. THOMPSON, B. REASA, L. DAVIS, M. DUNPHY. M. BAUMGARTNER, K. ROW 2 ATKINSON, R. WEISS, G. GAARDER, K. HELLER, K. STEFANIK, J. SCHNEFBERGER W ROW 3 KING, D. MAtCOOK, K. STEINDORF, C. MARTINI, A. MOSHER, P. "A COMEDY” APRIL 5, 1963 THE CURIOUS SAVAGE DIRECTED BY MR. 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STEINDORF, G. TWAY, d! WEISS, G, STEINDORF, G. MR. SPANGLER OLSON, L. STEINDORF, C. CHRISBAUM, D. JONES. T. STEFANIK. J. MR. SPANGLER. MITSCHELE, S. DAVIS, S.ROW 1 ROW 2 MINDER. T. RUEF. D. KLOSSNER, G. KING, A. PRYCE, AESCHLIMAN. S. BONGIORNO, M. ARMITAGE. V. G. HEITZMAN, M. ROW 1 ROW 2 ROW 3 LAUGHRIDGE, B. GRESSMAN, J. JANES, KING. S. BRIGGS, N. FRYDENLUND, C. HEIN. P. BLUMER! R, NIPPLE. L. BlUMER, ft. MR. SPANGLER BLUMER, K. C. OLSON, T. DIXON, D. KELLER, K. TEMPLETON, M.SPORTS MALCOOK, K. WHALEN, J. SCHNEEBERGER, W. JONES, P BREWER, R CANDID SHOT THE PEP CLUBCROSS COUNTRY "A” TEAM FROM LEFT: INABNIT, M. BLUMER, K. SCHNEEBERGER, W. CHRISBAUM, T. BLUMER, K. CHRISBAUM, D. JONES, P. CROSS COUNTRY "B TEAM FROM LEFT FRONT ROW: JOHNSON, L. HLAVACHEK, J. MITSCHELE, S. WHALEN, J. FROM LEFT BACK ROW: PETERSON, P. SCHNEEBERGER, HOULBERG, W. KRUEGER, D. GAARDER, K. JONES, T. RUNAAS, D. F. KOPP, R. 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