American Academy - Evzone Yearbook (Athens, Greece)
- Class of 1961
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AMERICAN ACADEMY KIFISSIA
THE IIEIIORIES WE ALL HAVE OF THE AMERICAN AC IDEIII
THE SENIOR ROOM AND BALCONY. TH11: FIELD
AND THE GANIES VVE PLAYED. RAIN OR SHINE,
THE HUTS VVITH THEIR UNPREDICTABLE STOVES AND
THE LEAKING ROOFS, YIANNIS7 STORE WITH ITS SUP-
PLY OF MUNCHABLES NVITH VVHICH IVE FORTIFIED
OURSELVES BETNVEEN CLASSES. OUR SLIGHTLY MES-
SY LOCKERS FILLED XVITH COMIC BOOKS AND UNE-
ATEN LUNCHES, AI.L THIS IS SOON TO BE A PART OF
OUR PAST. NOT ONLY FOR THE SENIORS BUT FOR
ALL OF US. NEXT YEAR THE NEW! HIGH SCHOOL INILL
BE COMPLETED IN HALANDRI AND THOSE OF US
IVHO ARE STILL IN GREECE IVILL BE IN CLASSES THE-
RE. FOR THIS REASON THE EVZONE STAFF IS AT-
TEMPTING TO PRESENT XYHAT THIS SCHOOL HAS
MEANT TO US ALL IN THE. ..
I 9 6 I EVZONE
As Junior class advisor, sponsor Oli the
Student Council and House 11, and a teacher
that we all at some time or other have had or
will have, she is an important hgure in the
school. Her guidance was invaluable in
planning the .junior-Senior Prom. She assisted
the Student Council in arranging the wonderful school trip which we all so thoroughly
enjoyed. Her devotion to the Athenians through thick and thin has kept their spirit high
at all times. For these and for the many other things, too numerous to mention here, that
she has done for us this year and in past years, we gratefully dedicate the 1961 Eyzone to
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I am happy to take the opportunity of addressing the class of I96I . Not only is the elass
the largest to graduate, but it is the last. The Senior class of 1962 will graduate lrom the
new school at Halandri.
I feel however that, as old as this Academy may be, and with all the difficulties involv-
ed, you will have benefitted from your stay with us. You are all prepared to go on to
further studies in America and Europe, and we wish you luck in your work. Remember
the time spent with us here, and ifit is ever possible, return to see us again.
Good-by 5Good luek.
Alf. GLENN GRA JV T
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Mr. Pctcr Arthur graduated from Now Collcgc, Oxford with a
' Bachelor of Arts. Ht' teaches math, and this year he helped to
direct thc- English play, Jlrzzlroclex and the Lion.
Kliss lilizalxith liravos 1'CCvix't'tl ln-r Bnrfzzflor gf Allmic in Klusit'
Education from Montana Statt' Univerbity. Shi- tlid post-grafluatc
work at tht- L'nix't'rsity ol' Southvrn Claliftrrnia. 'l'l1isyt-mslit' taught
typing during ac'tix'itic's hour.
YYl2lIlIllS Christolilakis runs that popular storv known Yiannik
whivh stalls pcnvils. notebooks. lilt't'llt'X, anrl. most important.
foorl. H0 also ll-c-els tht- lizufnlty ancl acts as an intcrprc-tvr.
. Klr. Stcvc Cooley gI'3.ClLl2l.lCCl from Cornell Ltnvcrstty with a Ba-
chelor of xlrts and rvccivt-cl his ,llavifr :gf Avis altvr post-graduate
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Q-jf work. He tt-aches lungltsh anal Mathcmativs.
lVIr. john Dorlis who teaches French,
received his Doeteur es Lettres QPh
D. French Literaturej from the Uni
' versities of Paris and Rennes.
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University of California, thc University
of Paris, and in the University of San
Francisco for his Bachelor of Science.
He teaches French and Geography.
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-M' Mrs. Phyllis Hepp studied at New
jersey College for Women and New
York State College for Teachers, re-
ceiving her B. A. She teaches Ameri-
can History and Government. This
year she sponsored the Student Coun-
cil and the Athenians' hir. lWichael T. lylango studied at
Mr. Phillip Kornad received his Ba- Springfield College, receiving his Ba-
chelor of Arts in Philosophy and Phi- c'helor,s and Nlasteris Degrees. He
lology from Hamburg College. He taught Russian during Activities pe-
teaches German. riod this year.
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lX4issQIz1yne lN1ansf-if-lcl visilcfl the Kra-
clc-my this year and much Io thc stu-
clcnts' Clclighl assisted with a Class flur-
ing hm' stay in Alhvns.
Mr. NI. Xicholsc-n rm-cvivccl his
rhelor ol' ,Xrts with Honors from
ljnivcrsily ol' lVlClbournQ. Ha' also
Diploma of lfclncation. Hi' tea
English and this ycar hv Clin-civil
rlmfles and flze Lifm.
Nlr. Chris Psornas stnclicfl at the Uni-
vcrsily of Portland and thi' Orvgon
State College- lor his ll. Sc. H0 tcaclws
Biology and Klgcbra.
is an oflirial
thc Hcllvnic Organization of 'l'rac'k
and Ficlcl Coaches.
ilivcl at thc
ol' Physical F
Physical Education agicl
swimming traincr ancl
Mrs. lilizahelli Papanivolaou siuclivcl
at Nainhan College in Camhridgv.
rvccivccl hor B. .X. ancl her KIMX. Shr-
fvarhcs llnglish, Latin, and .Xncicnl
Crm-ek, and sponsors thc Latin Club.
Nliss Helen Rizou, the librarian.
wceiwicl hw li' A' in Edumisaon and lvlrs. Sophia lrigas attended Norwich
her BIUX. in Library Seienee lrom Flo-
rida State University in Tallahassee.
Nlr. David X'VeitZman received his
H. A. from the University ol' Chicago
and did post-graduate work at Har-
vard and George XN'ashington Uni-
versity. He teaehes Seienee and Che-
mistry. and this year sponsored the
Nlr. Xikos Stavroulakis studied at
the lfniversity ol' Nlichigan, the Uni-
versity of Notre Dame, and the Uni-
versity ol' Oxford, receiving his B. A.
and NI. .X. He teaches lVorld History.
Advanced History, Aclraiieecl English
Commercial College in Norwich, Con-
necticut. She has been a great help
to Mr. King and is liked by all at the
Nlr. James Yeros received his B. A.
from Colorado State College of lldn-
eation. He teaches Nlathematies.
Dear Xlr. ST,-1I'ROL'L.llt'l.S'.
You have been our sponsor lor three
years. noxv. and most ol' us have taken
some ol' your courses. llnonly in home
room we have known and respected
you. Your ideas. given leave by our
regard lor you. have walked through
our minds and lel't no structure
unchanged. Lilie would probably be
boring lior you il' no one gave you a
good light on some issues. but all in all.
you have changed us a good deal.
Your students have liolloxved you.
tripping and distracted. but never
regretting the milestones passed. and
usually willing to go tumbling alter
you. lt has been beneficial for us to go banging around in your intellectual wake. and to consider
it the best oliall possible modes oltravel. 'l'hose ol' us who agree with some of' your ideas have been
gratiliecl to hear them clearly expressed. and those who disagree with most of them have learned ztxlpf
they hold their own views and not others. Wle write this because we donlt think that sort ol' thing
happens very olten.
Because you took us seriously, we took you seriously. No one but an old child, or a young adult. whiehe-
ver way you consider it. can understand the importance ofbeing taken seriously. You carved us up re-
gularly into bitcsize souvlaki pieces. you scewered us on scholarly agruments. and you stopped at nothing
to promote our eventual wellare as you saw it.
This year. we have oliten sat in the senior room alter the three o'eloek bell has rung. talking. absorb-
ing the exhortation to raise money which ends a normal senior day, or just too numb to move. On such
occasions you have shouted. in a calm way of course. 4eXll right now. Gola And now that we are really
going. for many of us it has been you that interrupted the examined life. the one worth living.
We thank you. Sir.
'l'he Class ol' 1961
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clllo work is human: to bv lazy.
clivincn. Garyls quirt looks arf-
oftcn clccieving... olcl pro at
pulling pranks... car0frc'v na-
lurc... nc-at flanccr... procrasti-
nation plusl... nicknamrcl ulliv
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STEPIIICX 1z'L'GIi.YlC I-lL'STI,Y
1-'kiisnxiixxz Cllialto jr, High, Calift Intramural sports. .Xnnual-
Ncwspapvr. Srliolastim'-.Xthlctir Ixttcr.
SOPHORIOREZfS2J.1l Bvrnaclino High. Calillj Intramural sports.
-IVNIOR2 Lk.Xfl'lGflC2l.ll .Xradernyy Trojan, Intramural sports.
Varsity Basketball. Volleyball, Softball.
SliNIORZXI.P.fISl scnrl. Pri-s. fzncl svnrl ...,
Stuclvnl Council, Frcncli Club. Yarsity Baskrtball.
44l"rif'nclly to all. but laitliliul to onrw.
Stew- is wcll-known... popular
with all, vspccially Doclir...
good sluclcnl... enjoys all sorts
oloutcloor sports... Calilornia
is his home state.
4c'l'hc- worlfl looks brighlvr
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from behind 21 smilizv
Jean... an lVIissy.,. good at all
sports... loxcs horses... alwziyfa
interesting and fun LO br' with.
CHRISTINA LESLIE BITTIHVG
FRI-1sHMAN: QFalls Church High, Yay F.H..X.
S0l'llOBIORECSpE1HiSl'l Club, Iniernalional Club, Junior Honor
KIIQNIORZ fA1nc-riczm .Xradc-niyl livzonc Stall' cp
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FRESIIMAN: ISL Mz1ry's .Xcaclernix Md.,
Sov1ioMoRlc: Killa-nn Avaflcniy. Ga.l Latin Cluh
Ji.NIoR: Cfllvnn Acaclvmyl Pan Aincrican I,c-zzgiic. lf'.B.L..X.
ioth Lcgion, Latin Club. Qlizllw Clhurch High, Yum
miexioizz Q.'X1Ul'Yll'211l .Kc-aclcmyy Sparian, Intramural sports
Clicwrlr-ziclvr. l'lx'zonv Softball Tvznn.
cilking a woman is 21 clifhruli
trade since it ronsisls ol' clval-
ing with mmm.
Drmure... Qgoocl sluclvni... likes
to road lnotc's?'1... climplvs...
likvs Urctvcv... partial to Zcus
and li1mily...wcll likvcl by ull.
4cXN'hc'1i 21 girl ccasvs lo blush.
shi' has lost thc most pown-rful
charm ol' bcziutym
Lots of housv spirit... prctly
smile... can neu-r maki- up lic-r
mind... frivnflly L0 vvc-ryoiic.
.lli-IRI' j.1.,Y11' BITTLYG
grains Church High, va., F.H.iX.
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FRIQSHMAN: l'.vXiiChoragc. .Xlziskal Ski Club. Varsity Riflc ii-am.
SOPHONIOREZi:XIllCY'lC21Il .Xraclcrnyl l71'4'1u'li Club, Xlalh Club.
IIUNIORI Frm-ncli Club. Math Cllub.
SLLNIORZ lfrviicli Club. Rvzonv Stull, Spartan.
ulfyou can wzistc- an zilhirnoon
prolitably. you liawc ln-arnccl
Russ. alias Butch, alias Boli-
unl:...vnj0ys camping. hunting.
fishing... tours thc ilva market
with the gang... plains to go
into Lhv sc'i'x'ic'i- zillvr linisliing'
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ANTHONY' AI. CA PSA S KI S
FRESHNIAN: tiXmerican Acaclcmyl Trojan Capt. Student Coun-
cil, Chairman for school trip, Basketball, Evzonc
SOPIIUNIORICZB3.SkCIlJ2l.ll Studcnt Council, Evzone photographcr,
School trip Comm.
Jrxtok: Student Council Pros., Chairman for Prom School
trip comm.. Varsity vollcyball. Evzonc photographer.
st-QNIOR: Student Council Pres. fist senml lfrt-nch play Evzont'
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Tony... a long time vctcran '
at .-XA... onc of thc intclle- :M
ctually inclincd... always rcady
' to lcncl a helping hand to a C'i"""L V TWH '
worthy causc. thc worthicst
being the Senior Class, of
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CA HAR ULA CON S TAN TAI? IS
IVRESHNIANZ tJXmc-rican .-Xcaclemyl Spartan, French Club.
soPHoMoR12: French Club, lkiusic Club
JLTNIORI French Club. livzone Staff. Wlorld .Xlfairs Council.
stcNtoR: French Club, Evzonc .'tal'l', Frm-nch play.
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W' ' friend to allv.
W J ,, l Rula... quite' a linguist... al-
ways laughing and chccring up
l ., gloomy days... a busy bee.
L' K li, whcthcr acting in thc Frm-nch
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44Sht' has 21C'l'1lt'X'l'Cl sticccss who
has livecl well. laugh often and
Lev. a harcl hut toujours vlivrr-
Iul workvr... popularity plus...
goofl stuclvnt... quit-t hut nvvcr
shy... a true'
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ifkicsi-ixi,xx: llicolt- Privt--Stn-. Marina l"r.l
sovnowxoiuzz !'.Xrnc-rican ,-Xtzatlt-myi Spartan Frcnch Club. Choir.
JVNIOR: Svc. olijunior Class, l"rcnCli Club. Math Club. lixzo-
Svc. ol' Scfnoir Class, Pres. ol' lfrt-nah Club. Stuclvnt
Council tznfl svmj livzonc Stall. Fcnvh Play.
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Cliararlii Amvrican Socit-ty. Pakistani Varsity Soil
ball. Varsity Baskctball.
tllarstow Union High. Calilla Y. liassball.
C.Xmerit'an .-Xvaclvinyl Varsity Basket-ball ancl Soft-
ball. Y.l'. -Iunior Class Intramural sports.
Intramural sports. Spartan. Varsity Basketball.
' 44Plt-zistirt' belort' toilw.
X Apprcciatcs a good laugh...
likt-cl by all and ont-. fa spt-cial
oncl... asset to tht- school and
R tht- Spartans in sports... plans
to attcntl collt-qc in tht- Mid-
xvvsl... fonsitlvrs lclaho his
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temptation is to ycilcl to itn
Nicknamcfl alloy Boyvma
ftlll-fleflgecl Flirt... thinks Vir-
ginia is thc' earthly blueprint
of' lwaxpcn... pranlistcr... Often
says cc'l'hc're's nothing the
matter with mc, with me.
with mc...n--a true xtatvmvnt!
PIETER RICILJRDS If If
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FRESHM.-xx: C'Xokm-svillc High. Yam llancl.
SOPHUMORICZ lX'Vashington and Loc High. Vam
JUNIOR: C.Xmvrican ,'Xr'aCl4'myl liaskcthall tcztm.
44Nc'x'e1' put oll' till tomorrow
what you can put olli till thc
clay alitvr as wcllnw
PCM' voinhiiit-s brains and
looks... a cliligvnt procrastilia-
lor and avid ll07IIl'IL'IlI7,f-bIlI'7'0Zli':'I'..
an ztutliorily on popular rc!
corclsn, clon't lvl his fsomvti-
mc-sl quivt mannvr clccvive you.
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mi-zsi-imfxxc Clfrankfurt High, Gerd G.A..'X.. -lr. Rtffl Cross Rvp.
Home-room Svc. Drama Club. Bridge Club Prt-s.
SOPIIONIUREZiX'V2.Sl1II'IgIOl1 and Lee High. Vz1.U Bt-ta Club. Phn-
man Rtip., Homcroom Trcas.
.1L'N1oR: C.Xmt'riCan .Xa-aclemyl. Athvnian. Student Council.
livzone .Xss,t, ECI.
SIZNIORI Stuclc-nt Council Sc-C.-'l'reas. fist sc-mjb Girls' Squad
lmaclur, Softball. Iivzonv.
4fShc proves that gcntlvmen
Her cheery personality adorns
Room IQ... always wt-ll dr6sA
sed, ancl oooh that, ligurvl...
popular with onc and all... is
poli smart... enjoys lill- to the
D.1 I 'ID .-ILLEX HL'GI-IES
FR1asHMAN: CW'ollc-slvy Jr. High. Massm Track. llrarnatics
SOl'lIONIyREI CXVcllcslt-y High, NIass.b Varsity Wrestling learn
JI'bi'l'Q.Q. tC0ncorcl High. Xlass.y Varsity Indoor Track Team
J' t.Xmt'rican jX'aClcmy,J Spartan Intramural sports
sFNiQ : Y. P. ofl. 0 ior Class, Intramural ' orts. Varsity
Baskvtball. 7.19. of Stu ,nt Counc and scfm.y
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4fI'ht- world knows nothing ol
its greatest mt-n.w
Nfx A popular. casygoing, good
Q-j looking guy... plans to study
moclicintv alltvr high school...
Nl XC? an arclvnt Spartan. a grvat
Q . ,T assvt to house anfl school...
partial to Panama though his
homo is NIassachus0tts.
rcShe's little but so's dynamitcv.
cglackie, the kidv... calls Texas
home... great dancer... full of
fcSparky Spartan spiritab...
another lX4issy... loads of Fun.
FRESHMAN: QW'ayne, New jerseyy
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ifRRsHMAN: QSan .Xntonioj Pep Club. Cheerleader.
sovnoxfioiufz CLalon High. Oklaj Pep Club. Drama Club, Olhcc
Pep Club. Drama Club. Ofhcc Club. Prom Commit-
tee, Girls' Sports.
f.Xmcrican .Xcadcmyp Drama Club. Spartan Cheer-
lcadcr. Ullivc work. Prom Qtieen.
SOPHOMORE: QAmerican Acadcmyb Trojan Girls' Squad Leader.
JUNIOR! Prom Committee, Girls Squad Leader
SENIOR: fEngland-American A-Xcademyb French Club. Evzonc
Stall, Tea Club.
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man's best ornamtntvv.
jackie. an old lricnd to ANN...
spent first serncstcr in England..
Qflad to sec hcl' back... brought
back a slight accent... prrfsidcnt
Ol' thc Fun. Fun, Fun Club!
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FRI-LSIIXIANI fYirgiuia,l Drama Club, Xcwspapcr Reportcr. Hall
Patrol. Class Y. P. .I.R.C.. Stuclcut Council All.
.IVNIURZ ICorrcsponflt-m'c Courscsq
s1aNIo1:: K.'Xm0ric'an .Xcaclcmyl Trojan
44Hcr hair was long. lu-1' loot
Ycpl Billic-ls hc-r ren! uamv...
sopbistzlcatiou plus... Ll ballrrl-
na with charm aucl grarc...
stuclious... quict but always
lxrivuilly aufl swvvt.
tfklesllxmxz C.Xmt-rivau .Xcaclt-myw Drama Club. lutratuural
scwtioxtoktaz Drama Club. lntramural sports. 'l'r0jau
staxmk: Drama Club. Frt'uc'l1 Club l"z'uuc'l1 Play Intramural
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IIUNIORI Photograpl i ,l ,
44Somc think thc world is made
for frolic and so clo Im
Arrivvcl from Oklahoma :luring
thc yt-ar... a camera Friend..
free and easy... a real ladies'
man... blonde' hair is thc envy
of thc- girls.
SENIORZ t.fXm0riC'i .Xciclemvl .-Xthvnian
SHELLISF GE.,NEIf'IEI'15 ,lIL7S.S'1fR
FRESHMAN: Clfrankfurt High, Ccnj Stutlcnt Council, Journa-
lism, Photography Club.
SOPHORIOREZfPX'OCl1iX ,'Xriz.j Clcc Club. C.'Xmc'ric'an .Xcaclcmyl
Frvnch Club, Athenian.
JUNIOR: Frm-nch Club .-Xss't lid ol' Iivzone.
SENIOR: Frcnrh Club Evzouc- Staff.
tc'l'hcrt' are a ll-W things which
never go out ofstylc and a fb-
rnininct woman is one ol' thcmrv.
Beautiful rc-cl hair... cnjoys
rr-ading... always sccn with
a rost' in clcr hancl... lovely
rlothvs. to match thc girl.
LERIE Pnl RA VAS
44Laughing kccps rnc alivcv.
Our most racc-nt addition to
thc Senior Class... enjoys cloll
volvcting. swimming. shorsr-
hack riding, and sports in gt'-
nvral Qhvr Lucky Housvlj...
hopes she vnjoys her stay with
us as much as wt- vnjoy
If1JtY,-'1 L0l'1SE PAUL
Evzonf- Stall, French Clluh.
Xthvnian. llvzone Stall. Y
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flidwin Dcnby High. Nlichm
tliclwin Denhy Highh.
Jlhcssaloniki International I-light lfntcrtainmcnt
tlhessaloniki International High-Amcrican Acaclv-
myl Sec. ol' Senior Class, Chairman oliliazaar, Chair-
man of Sc-nior Class Danvc and Hallowvcn Party.
c4Hc'r heart is likv the moon.
thcros always a man in itw.
Bonnic or tflloiniiliulvv... can
usually bc found prowling
around with .Xnita... alwayx
lrivnclly... her pvt peevv and
hohhy all-in-one: you gucssml
GTO bccomc a grcat gentleman
it is necc ssary to hc' a great ras-
Calwv X frundly guy with a
xx onclvrlul st-nse of humor...
tnjoxs camping abovc all else.
excl pt pc rhaps girls... his homo,
X irf mia would like to attcnd
Colle gt thtrc-.
TERHE1. IVA RB U R TON REES
1fREsHMAN: QStratibrfl jr. High. Va.l
solfrloxiokliz QXYashington and Lvo High. Ya.
JUNNJR: C.'Xmt-rican Aczaclcmyl
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CSCots Collcgv, Australiaj Intramuralioorts, Var
sity Rugby and Cricket. '
Intramural sports, Varsity Rugby and Cjicrlcct.
f.rXmcrican Acaclcmyb Athenian. Nlath Club. Frvntih
Club. Photography Club.
Stuclvnt Council, Frctnch Club. llvzonv Staff.
4cLill' is too scrious to take
L,.Xustralicvn... 441 bog your par-
donw is his favorite cxprnwssion...
a regular genius at mathema-
tics, physics, and chcmistry...
vnjoys collecting stamps phos'
tography. and shooting.
4cWhat the country neecls is a
good Eve-cent cigarv.
Hails from Oregon... great Ni-
xon fan... likes skin clixingn.
always seen on his motor scoo-
ter twith a particular passen-
gerl... plans to study political
science at a college in thc US.
RIEDFR WII,L1A!l'I SCHFLI., jli.
Viillialnsburg Junior High School. .'X1'llDgIO1l. Ya.
RODNE1' .XIITTON ROOF
FRESHMAN: Cfiresham Union High School, Portland, Oregonp
President of FFA Club. junior Varsity foot hall.
SOPHOMOREZ tSan Diguito High School, Encinitas, Caliiornisy
FFA Club, Tennis Club, Skin Diving Club.
,jL7N1oR: tAmerican Xcaclemyl, French Club, Intramural
SICNIORZ Intramural sports, Athenian.
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Football team, Boys, Cooking Club. x ' v',y ,Aj
fXN'ashington and I.ee High School, Arlington. Ya. K W f l"
Edison High School, Tulsa, Oklaj. , t ,U 5
fAmerican Academyl Student Council Represen- ' ,l t ' ll ,N V . VY- '
tative, Vice-President of Junior Class tSeconcl Se- 1 it all NJ xl fll L 1
mestcrl. X Wu X M ' MW l
Student Counsil Rrepresentative. Athenian. X 35' 4 'M
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We e0uldn't make him
sit still long enough to take
a Picture !!
4c'l'he flcvil is a gentlcmann.
Always saying such things as
aeeeyaahhhw or 441-Ta-a-aaaaaaa
ha-aw... center of attraction ol
any party... favorite expression
is cclainlt Kiclclin' ya, mann...
rumored to have quitea singing
voice... noted lor his regular
participation in the fcgang's
fn ' ' l
QQX smile is thc whisper Oli
Plays thc piano... intcre-
sted in studying law...
quic-t, swcvt and fricnclly...
IRENE P. SIAPERA S
soP1xoMoR1f:: CAmm-rican .Xcadcmyl
I4'RFSI'INl.-XNI QKQ-lly High School. Chicagol Student Council. Nuw-
.N"ICOL.f'1S LOUIS S TASSINOS
CClobbs -Ir. High, Flag Clcc Club. Nc-wspapcr.
fl'ensacola High, l"la.l Scribblcrs Club. .
Qfieorgia lX4ilitary Academy, Cal Gold Eagle .'Xward.
Glee Club. Newspaper. -Iunior Literary Society.
Ql'ensaCola High, l"la.J Futurc DOCtor's Club. Scrib
blcrs Club. Tec-ns Against Cancer Soriety Prvs. fAmQ
Milk' is bctwevn jest and
,X reccnt arrival from Flori-
da... a quiet goy... with Cool
Mtvrcc-iles... aftm' graduation
hc plans to study medivinv...
44The laughter of girls is among
the delightful sounds of' the
Steve... over whelming perso-
nality... loves AUX. so much
that he Visited us again this
year. for post graduate work.
TRIANTA FILL OS SAA! TEISLE
tPsychiko Nlodern Lyeeuml. Y. Basketball Y.
Baseball. School Bank and Combo, Class 'l'rea.
Capt. of-I.Y. Basketball and Volleyball. Class Yiee-
President, Student Council Representaive. School
Band and Combo.
Capt. of Varsity Volleyball and Basketball Class
President. Vice-Pres. of Student Council. School
band and Combo.
f.Xmeriean Aeademyi Intramural sports. Spartan
Boys' Squad leader.
S TEPHIQN S T1 L1 ANU UD15 S
fEgypt1 Boy scoutg Crieketg Soccer.
tligypti Soccer. Manitor.
f.Xmcriean .Xcademyl French Club Pres. Photogra-
phy Club, livzone. Staff.
PosT f9RAIJL'A'I'E - XYORKS .-X..'X. 1961 Evzone Staff. Y. P. Xew Parva.
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44NVith the help of a doctor ht
may yet reeoverv.
Terry... can always be heard...
has lots of house spirit Libr the
Spartans. ol' eoursell... one ol'
the vLonley Rebelsw... happy-
44Eyes of pure woman, whole-
some stars of loves.
Very talcmted, especially in
art and music... loves to talk...
always eheerlul... big brown
eyes... nice clothes... one of
the lucky ones who makes good
grades without much eflort.
NICHOLAS N711 IU E S VA S S IL
PA ULA jANIi T0 WRT
FRIQSIIMAN: QPlatte City High School, NIo.J Pep Club, journa-
lism, FHA. Chorus, Girls' Basketball, Freshman
Play, Debate Club.
SOPHOMORE: fl-Iighland Park High School, lll.l Chorus, Creative
Arts Club, Intramural sports.
JUNIOR! Homcroom Secretary, Intramural sports, Chorus.
SENIOR! CAmerican .Xcademyl Intramural sports, livzonc
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FRESHMAN: fAmc-rican Acadernyj World Aflairs Council French
Club, lfvzone staff.
soPH0MoRE: lX4ath Club, French Club, Spartan
JUNIOR: Dramatics Club, lklalh Club, French Club
SENIOR: French Club. Evzonc Business Manager
44Bewarc' ol' quietncssw
Old-timer around Athens. but
considers New York home...
speaks fluent Greek... knows
Athens and Piraeus insidcout...
often seen twirling his Qrworry
bcadsw... enjoys tape recording
and messing around with ra-
dios... would like to attend col-
lege in New Jersey.
44.X trustworthy goy with a
twinkle in his cy:-vw.
Chris.. good student.- good
st-nsc ol' humor... a Convert to
black socks and an ivylcague
hair-cut... usually found on
the Soniorhalcony or in thc
Scnior room, guarding against
CHRISTOPHER JY. VISHER
FR11:sHw1AN: ti'Xmerit:an ,-Xcaclc-myi
JUNIOR: Homeroom President
siixlou: Class Prcsidcnt. Yrarhook Pliotograplwr. lfrcnch
1fRbLs1-MAN: thlarylandg Editor of school nc-wspaprr. Literary
SOPIIONIORICZ Literary stall magazim-
-ILJNIQR: t.Xmt-rican .Xcaclemyb Editor ol thc dt-ceased td-loom,
SENIQR: livzonc' stall writer, Xthcnian. Nou' ljarea Drama-
tics Club. Latin Club. Tca Club.
44NVomcn arc mcant to he lo-
Vcfl, not unclorstoodvu,
Pam... an intvllectual... evcn
has a scholarship to provt' it...
favorite pastimt' is arguing -
anytimv. anyplace. on any su-
bjcct Qbrzwt' soull...
4c,X woman is one of natu rels
HerC's a sweet old fashio-
ned girl... new this year... a
Florida fanatic... interestecl in
people Cmalesl'l and viee-x'crsa.
WILLIAJI EIl'l.N' IVELCH
FRHSHMAN: Q.Xkron, Ohioj Drama Club, Projectionist Club.
so1'HoMoR1':: CBuchtcl High School, Ohiol Dramatics
JINQNA I'17HITli-D15 RISIO
Qlfwishop Kloore High School, Orlando, Fla.y Chcering
squad, Band CTitusville High School, Fla.,l Band.
Cheering squad, Nlath Club UNM. .Xssissi High School,
Pittsburg. Pa.j Dramatics
C'llitusx'illt' High Sehooll Band, Latin Club, Yollcy-
ball team, Basketball team.
Band, Latin Club, Yollcyball Team, Basketball
'l'eam, Baseball Team, Beta Club Cflverseas Sehool
ol' Rome, ltalyl Orchestra, Chering, .Xsiatic Culture
Club. Choir, Italian Club, Dramatics Club
Orchestra, Asiatic Culture Club, Dramatics Club
C.f'Xmerican Aadcmyl Athenian.
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JUNIOR: fiXmeriean ,Xcaclemyj President of the -Iunior Class
0.43- fj ,Jw
44'l'he teachers' pest. the stu-
44I.ittle Wlilliev... OLIIA tallest
senior... puts his French to good
use... expected to acsplit for
Nlempliisvw any clay now... al-
ways readywith a witty com-
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S ' FRESIIMAN: t.'Xrnt:ric'a11 .fXc:aClt-myl Intramtuul Sports
SOPIIONIORICIIIllI'3H"Il1I'?ll Sports. Yliojan.
V "" ' -IVNIORZ Intramural Sports.
3 SFNIORS Intramural Sports.
ul-le who lacks timv to play. lacks spirits.
Pets... a rvlorrnc-cl Dlavbov... lilies s Jorts and voocl at tlicm too!
1 l , l . s . 1
speaks Cfrvvk i'lucntly... lrirnclly and fun-lowing... aclroit at playing'
E' . .-
j,fl.lIES C.'O.N".S'T.-l.VTI.N"E IJROULIAS
FRi4,sHM.xx: CKongwa-liuropcan Svhool. 'fanganyiliab Junior
Yarsity Soccsfr. Rugby. Horkcy. and Boxing. ln-
tramural Sports. ""i
SOPIIONIOREIX'2LI'5lly Soccvr. Rugby. Hockey. and Boxing. ln-
jtxiokz t.Xmcrican Acaclsmyi Intramural Sports. Varsity
SPNIOR: Intramural Sports. Varsity Yollvyball. Trojan.
44'l'livrc's a niadnt-ss to his metliodv. '
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Jimmy... a Circck-British student. at .X..X. sincc 39... spvaks both
Grt-Ck and linglish fluently... an arflvm soccer playcr... vnjoys
most sports... plans to join thc British Navy alter graduation.
as . '
P11 TRICIL-fl ANN GREEK
1-'RiesHxmN: CPanama City. Flaj Homeroom Prcsicltwr Sccrctary
ofllocktit Club. i1i1'txZ1S1lI'l'I' offilef' Club. Cllt't'1'lC21ClLxf,
Captain ol' Baseball and Volleyball Teams.
SOl'HONlORl"Z tAmrrican .Xvaclvniyj Homcroom 'l'rsasurCr.
JIINIORI Newspapvr staff.
si4.N1oR: tMox-ed to Kansas City. M04
44.X spirited witli bvromvs licr naturew.
44l'm going to Kansas City. Kansas City here' I coincwv... usually
found working in thc' ollicit... Glylada cfBus Nlaniaw.
VERONICA .U I C HE L15 C0 0.1113 ES
1'R1issHMAN: fAmerican .Ncademyj French Club. Music Club. Intramural Sports.
soenovioRu: French Club, Intramural Sports.
Junior: Intramural Sports.
4fXN'hat better makes an ambassador than a friendly nature and a good hearty
Ronnie... hails from South Africa... graduated in December and left for England... missed by her many
friands... hobbies include swimming azz. and aintinfr.
PROPHECY: CLASS CDF 1961
.Xs we enter this beautiful reunion party given by lyliss Laura Ernst, career girl and famous hostess,
she introduces us to her distinguished guests, members ofthe class of G1 from some little schoel in Greece
which they refer to as the Academy. Famous band leader Terry 'l'eele is leading his combo and the room
is filled with the music of such old favorites as 44The Battle of New Orleansv and cdjlease, hflrf Custerw.
Reider Schell, playboy and vetinarian-21bout-town. is talking to Jacqueline Kline. intellectual at large.
about the Good Ole Days. NIiss Klinefs magnihcent erlnine stole making a strinking contrast to Sehell's
deep tan and his green velvet jacket.
Beautiful redhead Sheley NIusser is attempting to get through her entourage of eligible bachelors to say
something to old friend Rula Constantakis who has just become engaged to the new President ol' Panama.
Suddenly the lights are dimmed and soft music begins to play: who should pirhouette across the room but
Billie Lepsyck, prima brlllrrina. .Xliter her performance, amid storms of applause, Dr. Chris Yisher, Head
of' the Iyledical Department of the Peace Corps, and conhrmed ladies' man comes forth to drink cham-
pagne out of her slipper.
Wfealthy president of the Space Suits Ltrl., Steve Austin, if telling a group how to win friends and to
influence people, though none of them seems to have an inferiority complex, exactly. X'Vho's the little chick
sitting on top of the piano? NfVhy, it's Bonnie Paul, female expert on military allaires who knows more
about the Sixth Fleet than the Admiral. Musical Irene Siaperas is sharing a joke with lXlarina Poravas.
and undoubtedly the two of them will be found at a stylish taverna later on tonight with a couple of eli-
gible fzallifczzrin. And there's Rodney Rook, expert skin diver and world traveler who has been diving for
the fabulous treasure olli the coast of Brazil. He playfiilly fishes a handful of pearls out of his pocket to show
to George Regan, the tall and distinguished .Xustralian scientist. who does not seem to be awed. He pulls
a formula out of his pocket and explains to Xlr. Rook that he can make pearls, so why go diving for them Q'
Nick Stassinos is listening with his customary interest and sympathy to the tale of woe told by Dave
Hughes, medico. about how it hurts the doctor's conscience to make such piles of money. Dr. Hughes is
called out fbi' a few minutes to move his airplane which was parked in the way of arriving guest XIr. Stra-
vroulakis as he Hew in by Nlagic Carpet.
jackie Kidd, the blonde who waysent by Kennedy to teach
has joined the group around Chcgtina Bitting, who edites the
cover-girl. Night-club owner Nick Vassil is reclining on a sofa
who are following him, seeking jobs at his chic night spots. He
with the manager ol' Olympiakos, jim Droulias.
the Iron-Curtain countries rock and roll.
magazine Ingeuzfe and is also its prettiest
and being ted grapes by two chorus girls
ignores them to discuss old acquaintances
The lormidable stag line includes that bright wit Wlilliam Welch. who is much in demand for conver-
sation-type radio shows, and his straight twho can also pull otl a wise-crack if the occassion demandsg,
Gary Appleton. They are both dressed in the lattcst lvy League styles, button-down socks and casual
sweaters reaching to the knees. Cary greets new arrival Claude Nlcrideth who explains that he is late be-
cause he was working on his newest engineering project: a suspension bridge across the Atlantic. Petite
Paula Towry, a social worker among the unfortunate rich, joins them to ask who the young man is who
has been found in the swimming pool in full evening dress. It turns out to be none other than Count Steve
Stylianoudis who landed there when some joker dared him to walk on water.
Butch Boheim, recently returned from a safari in Darkest Athens, is listening to Tony Capsaskis, sac-
count oflitc on Mars. lVIr. Capsaskis explains that one side of the planet is a scorching desert and the other
a large ice-cap, but hardy Tony Capsaskis has already organized the planet and become President ofthe
Martian Republic. Handsome Pieter Ege, the Man in the Blue Demin jeans, is engaged in a vivacious
conversation with the fair Meropi Makrogiaiiis who has argued every lawyer out of court in her choosen
profession. She pauses to clarify a technical point of law to Miss lNlary Jane Bitting who has just received
a parking ticket. lN1iss Nlakrogianis, opinion is that the ollicer wanted to get to know lovely Nliss Hitting
and eouldn't think of any other way to do it.
Bliss Toni Gruenfelder, graceful and lively as ever. is flashing the baby-blues in the direction ol' Terry
Rees, that All American Boy who was sent to Russia to demonstrate All .Xmeriean Boyishness. Barbara
VVhite, homemaking editor of Seventeen Nlagazine, is asking her hostess for the receipt tor Cosmic Cookies.
which she plans to use in her lcature article called eHow to Feed a Young lntellectualw. Newly-wed .lean-
nic Berg listens in on this domestic chat while her husband. tall and military. hovers around ,lean and
flicks specks off his immaculate gold braid.
Dashing Pete .Xnestos has just dashed in the door. having run all the way from Klarathon. and amazingly
he still looks as fit as he did in 1961, in contrast to his dissipated classmates. He trips over a black-stocking
leg whose owner cotlghsaand hands him a pamphlet on the Power of Negative Thinking. This toot. it
turns out. belongs to Nliss Pamela YVarlield xvho is attempting ot finance her latest book by buttering up
rich industrialist Roy Davis, the most promising organization man to come along in years.
And over therc in the corner. towering over everyone is handsome Larry Farrar, who has just replac-
ed Tab Hunter as Hollywood's top star.
But what's this? NVho are all these white-coated men? MAH right, people, make-believe time is over.
Into the strait-jackets, back to the cellsw. .Xnd ofl' they go. at the sun sets over the Nlcditerranean. each to
his private padded apartment, to dream ol' the clrear--'dem'--folcl Academy.
I. STEVE AUSTIN, leave the resistance to Nlr. W'eitzman's corruption to all those weak-willed elfri-
1, KYEAN BERG, leave my American Government book to Bozo and Skijump.
I. CHRISTIJVA BITTIJVG, leave my hfth period study hall to Smoky Greene. hoping he will enjoy it
as muohgas I have: and also a soufliakia to Panama.
I, ,llARl"' jAJVE BITTIJVG, leave locket 86 to Rosie Farrar, knowing she will enjoy having it all to her-
1, RUSSELL BOHEIJW, leave all humming rights in lVlr. Nicholson's class to -lim lfinclley.
1, TONY' CXAPSASHIS, being ol' sound mind, leave nothing behind me.
1, RULA COfV'.S'TAfV'T.flKIS, leave the answers to the Spanish lessons to Smoky Greene.
I, JIMZVIT' DROULIAS, leave all my soccer talent to future estarsn ol' the gameg and all other tfearthlyw
possessions of mine.
I, PIETER EGE. leave my allinity lor soccer Loilim Buckey, my knowledge of reeorcls to Diana lVliles
and the ability to do the day after tomorrow what neednlt be done tomorrow to any one who wants it.
I, LAURA ERJVST, leave Rasomon and all my troubles. I hope.
I. LARRY" EARRXIR, being ol' sound mind 2' leave all the noise-makers offirst period to the next year's
Senior English class.
TOJVI GRUJVEJVFELDER, leave locker Q3 to anyone who wants his head bumped three times a day.
I, DAVE HUGHES, leave nothing behind because l've heard you can take it with you.
I, JJlC'K11f KIDD, leave my energy to Sheron Johnson and my fondness of term papers to Harold Graeey'
KYACKIE KLIVYE, leave the school flat.
I, BILLIE LEPESTK. leave a toe-shoe to Klr. Stravroulakis.
I, IWEROPI NIAKROGIANIS, leave all my tourist memoirs to hflonsieur Dorbis, and all my tcwisenessww
to hir. Stravroulakis.
I, CLXIUD ATERIDETH, leave all my knowledge of Physics to Nlr. .Xtthur and a thimble to hold it in:
and to Nlr. Nicholson, a little peace in first period English class.
I SHELLEI' rlIL'SSER, leave Oscar Yenetzie to anyone who will care lor him as l have.
1, BOJVIE PAUL. leave all my .-'Xmerican Government tests and the Sixth Fleet to Anita Nlorsman.
1, ,MARUVA PURAVAS. leave all Senior worries to anyone mad enough to except them.
I, TERRY REES. being ofsound mind, leave all rights as Senior cake sale ccassisfaneew to Xlr. Stavrou-
I, GEORGE REGAJV, leave my suite in Kolonaki and my fabulous fortune to hir. Stavroulakis.
I, RODJVET ROOII, leave to Karen Childs, my lhvorite subjectflinglish. :nd Nlr. Nicholson to boot.
plus one new high sehoolq to hlrs, Hepp I leave Taxation! for good!
I, IRENE SIAPERAS1 leave' my locker- sans lock to Lhc thicl' who kept atc-ailing my lunch.
1. TERRY TEELE. bcing ol' souncl rnincl. lvavc my clvbating seal in Nlrs. Hcppls Amrrican Govcrnmvnt
and American History classvs to anyone who thinks that hc can out-talk hc-r.
1, RAULA T0 IVRT. leave' the .'Xmc'rican ,Xcaclcmy to my sislvr for two more ycfars: ancl my sn-at in Hrst
period English class to anyllunior girl who is brave enough to takc il.
I, JYICII1' VASSII., leave my shoe-rag to Click-Click.
1, PA.W WARFIELD. leavf- the lost spirit of .Xlcibiaclis to Steve Economy.
I, GARY' APPLETON QBig Appl, ROT DAVIS CU. SJ, REIDER SCHELL CHOI Rocksj, and PETE PAT-
TON. lc-avc for the Wifst Inclivs, taking our chaotic orgies with us.
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full of freckles... pm pvc-vc-l'l1ysic's...
always in-at... swc-1-L and full of lim
I 1 lN 711' li uls l om Virginia...
lro an alhlnllr Latin' in ew-
CAROL IQLLIOT, pixie cut and pug
nosc can only bc Carols.. honrst.
intclligcnt and thoughtful... wonder-
ROSA FARRAR. absolute RIO'l'l...
wlicrc- thc' lun begins, you,ll find Ro-
sict... activtr Spartan... sinutrc and
BILL HEBIJEV. or Cifk-Clicks...
rrtu absvncc' in New
lamccl for his avfcfi t, siz1sm fx
lor soccer, his vhverfuln ' nd hi'
Cireck brothcr. 44Klats-Klats .... Qlx' ix
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PATRICIA HIJBB1?1.tN'ujan... tru- if,
ly sinccrc and dependable... ood stu- '
dent... active in school activities, mom- N ' ,
bnr of Fronch Club and livzonr' Stalli.7XX A 1 '
DORIS I1'ILPATRIC.'If, sweet, hear- ,. JL
twarming pcrson... always hclpiiil... 70, if X
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studttnt... Trojan and full of c-nvrgy... '
whvn sho left hmvr hvart stayct with us.
Studvnt Council rcpr0sentativc'... goot UI lj flgy t
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jA,lIES HNICIJQRIZOCKER, .-Xtlicnian
...artivc in sports... warm personality
with suddvn outbursts... a :lass flown...
also a Casanova.
ALIIJV HOLE. his hobby is tcgirlsw
Qwhy not QU... an assvt to thc' .Xthcniansm
enjoys all sports... prvsident of thc Ju-
nior Class... helpful... Cxctfllent stu-
dent... ambition-to become- a doctor.
PHI LLIS LL'C,'OlVIf,',Z, vvry activex
Spartan... good stud:-nt, too... friendly
and trustworthy... enjoys baseball, diets
ffl and cxercising... sorry to scfr hvr
AJVTHEA .NL-l.,iYlfS. Spartan... a sweet
and happy person with an infeetious
laugh... hobbies: musie. dancing and
.WAJVT .MA VROLEOJV. 4aOh lX'Iannyw...
old timer at .XM-X. active in sports.
school activities and HOMHWVORK...
pleasant sense of humor... inviting
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vellcnt grades... studies Latin and lo- il Q1 'lid V f JJ'
res it... enjoys stamp Collecting and ft Vyffx
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il.YIT,'l ,lI01fS.lI.'l.Y. a quiet and help-
ful redhead with ttnexpeeted pep...
seen reading often... member ol' the
livzone Stall and Sl'.XR'l'.XNS... en-
joys swimming. liorseback riding and
xx? 1 S.-1R1llI JIIRTLE. fabulous persona-
Q Vx lit f... full ol' Iau hs... a real eharaeter.
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t N ll preiers .Xthens to France where she
X ll- last lixed... short and Cute... always
Ji XX smiling... member ol' House lll.
GRliGOR1'PE'fS.-IS. Greg... new to
the .Xmeriean .Xciaderny this fall ....
full olllillx., ready lor almost anything-
anytimel... eomnionly known asctlfrow.
STICPHAJVIE S'fRAUS'S. Stevie... ano-
ther old timer at AUX... an aura. of
pep. energy and spirit surrounds her...
at wonderllul lrienfl... Vive President
Oli the .Iunior Class... President of the
Latin Cltth and on tht- Evlone Stall.
PERRY' .S'I.'ilI.lllfRS. one oii the tal-
ler members ol' the .Iunior Class...
Southern drawl... participates in Athe-
niznt sportsn. good sense ol' litnnor.
PENELOPE TSAOUSOPOULUU, or
44Lopyw... enjoys most everything but
football... quiet and friendly... Greek
born... fluent in many languages.
LEE WALL, a loyal Spartan... popu-
lar... plays thc guitar for thc ccLonc-ly
Rcbelsrr... active in sports... loves La-
J!.'1C.'fiiB1TTJx'iER, better known as ccsit up -Iackv in Nlr. Yeros, rlass... mischievous and ready lor anything
active Spartan, enjoys all sports... plays the guitar for the 44I.oncly Rc-belsw.
j0HNBOW1f.N, a new addition to the American Academy as ol' this year... quiet and shy... artive in the
school production. Allrlrndex and lfzz Lion. fwe'll sec' more of him l.atter.j
JLW BUCKET' hails Irom Idaho... plenty of house spirit for the Spartants... plays on all their teams...
likes to bowl... trxeellent student... played tht' Count. alias 44Pere Noelw in the Fri-ncli play.
ZOE CHIA.'1'IlS loft the .Nmeriran .Xrademy early this year... faithful .Xthvnianm talkative gal... everyone
was sorry to see her leave.
DIL'-LN! COJVTO VER.an old timer at the .'Xc'ademy... hails from New York Cboy. that accent1...lox'cs pranks
...dark and handsome... cverybody's pal.
PAJVOS DR.-ICOS, a Xen' York jvstcr... enjoys frolic' tespecially in English classy... best pianist around...
int-mber of the famous 44l.onely Rchelsvb... speaks Greek and l'll't'llCll llurntly... ready lor fun.
j1.lI F1WDLl:'2i loves lo talk. arguv Qesperially in linglishj... l'ull of pep... took part in the Latin play...
Trojan... plays the clarinet for the 44Lonely Rehclsw.
1W.flliI.1lNJVIf GRAY lc,-ll Greece during tha' Christmas vacation Ihr Franc'c'... lrccklecl redhead with a hap-
py-go-lucky personality... sorry to see her go.
jUl1.fV PASP.f'lR.'11iiIS. that mathvxnatical wizard... olytcin seen in the library studing twhat willpowclw...
ol' Greek extraction.
x7O.Y l1f'AR.N'1fR hails lrom l'c-niisylvania... a loyal .Xthenian... hohhies include hunting and hshing...
always seen screeching around rorncrs in a red volks-bus.
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CARL BELL. known to
all as ccskipww... loves to
talk and his favorite class
is study, hall.
RUSTT BRITTON. a
blue-eyed Trojan likes all
sports... very friendly...
favorite teacher-Nlr. Sta-
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.UERID ABEBE, a wor-
thy Spartan... quiet. easy-
jOI-UV ,'lI.L1f.'V can alw' -
ys be heard eornin Y
py- ik ' felclf
HARR1' AJVESTOS. an
asset to the Spartans...
attracts the opposite sex...
plays the guitar or tries.
RICHARD BARI-1A.lfI or
44Diekicw joined us a little
late this year... hasa fri-
endly smile for everyone.
LUKE BETOS hails trom
South Carolina... says lit-
tlc but everyone likes to
have him around.
jACIf BURKE. a 'l'ro-
who hates girls who, don't
act them selves... enjoys
all sports. espeeially skin
VELIOTA BOUKIAS, a
very serious student but
lively... loves her home
87111 I B U Rlflf . a good
Trojan... a very clever
sense of humor.
JEFF B0 VVEJV, a net
comer this year... a sh
guy but lots of, fun t
KA THI' DAGONES fa
vorite passtimes are ska
ting and basketball... plan
to he a asseeretary.
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GRETCHE.Y ECE. tht-
Qirl with hc- big brown
4-yvs... lovcs parties ancl
LORETTA ELLIOT. .X
Virginian... loyal Athi'-
nian... lavoritc- pasttirnv
is swimming. hopes to
lat-rome a nursc.
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K5 wig- thi pla, ng lbotball...
j K 'tlgziiff' him back.
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Marcy, an avicl lan of
mal0s.,. favoritc subxjccts-
English and Biology... lvft
in .January for l'lf21llCt'.
c4Buc'liyv. ffthv Kiclv. says
somrthing about vvvryth-
ing... likvs cars, Virginia
and liun, fun. linnl
S.HOIt'EY' GRISENE, VVC
still wonder how hc got
his name... a wvlfome
addition to tht- Soph-
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This gal with tht- sparkl-
ing vyvs loves Pizza. par-
tic--s and good tiinvs.
JOHJV HICIIS, .Mhcnian
from Colorado... pct perf-
to bc-come an engineer.
Wif1l'JN"E HIDD. at sharp
Cliaractcr with 21 great
pcrsonality Quitmi a Romeo
SHI, a swell liltlc guy..
known for his athletir
AGNETA KLUIJT, flui-
Ot, smart. and niu- to all...
wt-ll likrcl anfl rcspcrtvcl.
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RICHARD IJOLH, ano-
lhvr gre-ai hall player
Irom thcf Kolb clan.
1l'.f'lTH1" ,UCL l.S',flAC, wcll
likvcl, clcpvnclzllmlc girl...
always willing to help,
lJI,'l.,Y.-l ,lI11,1iS. zu lricncl-
ly girl. hails from Eng-
lzinfl... lilies rollm-fling rm'-
vorcls... pm pvvvv- bc-ing
iolfl what to clo.
ROBIX vYl1'l,S0.Y. Ili this
Clzllifornian isnll talking.
lufs trying io... lhvoritv
Nlfll, PAITTUX. thc lvl- ,lI.f1Rl1i PEf1RSU.Y. 21 AHRE PS,'lRlfI.l.IS. .Xl-
loxx wilh thi' intriguing good clrc-sscr... ambitious ways sw-n playing socvvr
voivv... thc go-go lzoy adcliiion to the sm'hool...z1ims Lo ha- ll Yaulica
ol' Slnflvnl Cfouncil. always looking lor liL1l1.Engi1im-1'.
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RL'TH REEIDER. lfricnd-
ly 'l'ro-jan... lovvs Urn-1-c'c'..
likcs liorscback ricling and
HRIGITTE S1:'1.l,'lfE, lri-
vncllyn. honor sluclvnt..
an var lor luilguugvs.
'l'ro'z1n.,. en'ox's rookinw' nama... sunnv Jvrsonzxli- lm... from ll1'llllSVlY?l!llZ1...
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lhis :incl Univ, tool lzwy.
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ing... rclbrrcd to as 44Sto-
ncyw... great ont' for writ-
lovvs clothes and with
that blondc hair anything
looks good... frm-qucfnts the
Senior Room... loves par-
ANGELO SIAPER.-l S, loyal
GEORGE .5'IGAl,,fl.S'. Ht-'s
usually laughing and al-
ways willing to c'oopc'ratc'.
GEORGE S7YJl.lI1fS, la-
xforitc class-World Histo-
ry... notc-d lor his smilc-.,.
Kit... tall. blue Cyvd. blond
...Calitbrniam notvcl tor
his swimming ability... sw-
ell guy... the flame ol'
many a gii'l's czindlr.
l,I.NDfl TO WRl'. Known
as 44Penguinw to hor frm-inds
...lun to bc with.
JILRRIA IVARJVER nvw
to thc' .Xvadeiny this year
...va me to us from Pennsyl-
vania... nice- lirllow to
CHAN I"ISHER. Good stu-
drnt... cnjoys an occasio-
nal argument in Alge-
bra or Geomvtry class.
1111 THI' VVEHEL gocs by
a numbvr ofaliases... NVob
blew is always on thc go
...a wonderful personali-
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DEAUETRIOS BRJLYDITSOS, olilvn Callvcl 44Dc-mowv... clrcsscs well... artivc in school sports,
HAROLD BRIGGS, llanny hails irorn Oklahoma... likes gutii-vyccl girls and lootball... pct pc'c'x'r-l2iiglisli,..
has a knack ol' grtting into Cvc-rylhing.
HARRY CUSTIS. a new arrival... who's middlc' name is rnischivf.
DAVID DAI,TO.N, loyal Giant fan... from San l"ranCisc'o.,. has a goocl radio voir? las cvcryhody on lius
6 knowsm .... Trojan... clislikvs Gromctry.
jL'DI FARICAR. ont- of thc best girl athlnlrs he 1'i-, .. always.livr-ly and hill ol' Fun.
RICIIJIRD 1"RATTO.,N'E. would hc first in linv for a homework strikr -... seems to bf- quite a Roma-o.
PETER KO TSONIS. Hcrc-'s just thc boy who roulcl you loo dillk-rent rcasons why not do your homt-work.
.UART LAPSAS. shi-'s found with Judi Farrar. a very pleasing psrsonality.
,VA TALIE LA VVRENCE. 'l'hc litllc gal who lovcs to dance... 44Natsvv is always on tht- go.
j.'1.lIES SUJVDERIJIND. HC Cnjoys sports and is a faithful Spartan.
lVILLIA,lI PIPER. Bill comes from Tc-xas... all-rounfl atlivlvtc... valuable on thc Spartan loam... lilirs
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VIVIAN ALLEN, a true Georgian
with ttthatw accent... enjoys swimming
and Geography CHU... devoted Tro-
KAREN' AJVDEIYSON' arrived in Ala-
nuary for a short stay... loves horses...
Californian... hopes to become 21 poet
or an artist.
TARA AVERT, an asset to the Athe-
nians seholastically and athletically...
quiet fat timesj... loves to tease.
WILL1Ai'l'I BELLNOSHI. or ccliillyn
4,10 but a champion basketball
V . , player... comes thelieve it or notj from
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BOB BERG, lrom way down South
in Georgia... easy-going except when
annoyed by Randy
CATHEICIXVE BLISS, or c4Toushyv...
always saying fcI'm sorrylv... an enthu-
siastic member of House H... excel-
.'lIIC1'1.f1l. ISOXT.-'1. or 4cIX'Iikew... new-
comer to .X..X .-X. this year... collects
stufled animals... enjoys riding on the
hack of' motorbikcs.
LLYDA Bl'SS hails from Texas...
infectious smile... labulous clothes and
a personality to match.
SL'SA.,V COLLLYS arrived late this
year... likes to dance and collect mo-
ney Cwho doesn't?'l... wonderful per-
sonality and brains tool.
RA 1'-.lIO.Ni1J COL IVELI.. or 44Kipw...
an old timer in Greece Q4 years to
be exactl... enjoys school. especially
COJWVIE COJVDOJV, a perky brunette
lrom Galilornia... an avid Athenian
rooter... enjoys Science fbrave soullj
NICK CONSTANTAKIS is always on
the field participating in sports... Col-
lects coins and stamps.
JWART' COOPER. claims Virginia as
home... excellent student... pet pee-
ves: fortune tellers and moochers.
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DAVIS, CHERTLaChery enjoys most
everything... especially horsebackid-
ing, dancing, bike riding and cooking...
only dislike: being teased.
DRA WHORJV, ALICEf that drawl
marks her as a Texan... an ardent Athe-
nian... favorite subject: English per-
EGAN, DONALD --44Donn... great one
for laughs... loves girls and hates books...
wants to be a brain surgeon Qbewarefy.
FEELET, BARBARAfpretty Athenian
...likes horses, records, movie stars and
sports... Gym is her favorite subject.
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FOLMAR, VVILLIAM-44Billv... calls
Alabama home... enjoys popular with
the girls... enjoys swimming and OH!
that daneingl... left in December.
GRUEJVFELDER. JILL-- 44l.ittle Gu-
Venw... from Virginia... a barrel of
fun... loves bowling and baseball... po-
pular .-Xthenian. especially with the
HAILE, llIICl1AEL -- 4cXIikew... sup-
plies the Ibod for the Algebra class...
enjoys swimming, baseball and foot-
ball... pet peeve: school! Cmutual lim
HAUVES. OWEJV- never at a loss
for words... goes in for languages and
goofing off... a born prankster... only
pet peeve: teachers.
HARZWOJV. jA.NISfCalilbrnian... fa-
vorite subject: French tmais ouij...
Trojan, enjoys all sports, especially
HOBBS, GRzlIGvca'llexwv Chome state
maybe?Q... cut out to be a politician...
enjoys acting and singing fa budding
HOVVARD, STELLA- enjoys music
and swimming... pet peeve: being
teased... loft AUX. in Feburary for lin-
gland... all were sorry to lose her.
jO.NiNOPOULOS, JOHN'-short guy,
poli smart... an authority on anything
.VIII-IIE LEAVITT has a head for H-
gures Qwhich kindj... plans to become
.WTRA XLIAXPVELIJ, Blyra collects
notes. reeorcls ancl movie magazines...
enjoys eating Cespccially hamburgers
LEE .lIlLLER. oliten licarcl sav-
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VVILLIAA1 REEDER. Bill or Dean...
House lll... plays basketball... Stu-
tlrnl Council... good sense ol' humor.
.flN'THO.Yl' REES, 'l'ony... quite an
athlete... many points for House l
with honor grades... lienclish laugh.
jO1'1.'Y RILEY. oth grade rfflliarlie
Browns... excellent stuclent... a big
smile. enjoys a good time... interested
in clt-signing. is planning his own home.
OAELEJV SCHELL. cute gal, clothes
to match... she has a txvin tguess who Ti..
enjoys all sports.
FORREST SCHl1"E.YGLES. ctrtlstys...
interests inclucle model building and
geology... real athlete... a goocl sense
of humor... a cute guy fjust ask any
FR.fl.NH SCOFIELD, cdlattv... can
always be depended upon for a nice
worfl or two or more... one of the most
loyal Spartans we have.
GEORGE l4fHITA'El' SETTO,N'. a
budclingjunior scientist... calls Pennsyl-
vania home... loves skin diving...
clislikes homework Qwho cloesn't.'J
Llfffli SPEARS. a Southern belle
lrom .'Xrkansas... likes Clothes, people,
records. claneing ancl parties... favo-
rite school subject is lunch... always
thinks the bcsl ol' people.
4cPowv... callfd Qcthc Dumb Blontlw
we know shc-is an honor student.
I-VILLIAJW JIUNDT, Bill or ullolly-
xvooclw COh those shaclesb from Cali-
fornia... enjoys baseball. Science ancl
SLEEPING task him about Geogra-
ROBERT PA TTERSOJV, Bobby... Spa-
rtan... likes to play baseball... talka-
tive in class, especially Science.
AJVNA TATSIOS. a loyal Spartan
came to .X..X. last year from Frank-
furt: Germany... likes records and
swimming... this gal's a whizz in En-
DIJVA TZUR, new to the .Xmeriean
Academy this year... hails from lsrcal...
hobbies inelude painting, singing and
reading History and Biology are
Dina's favorite subjeets.
PETER VALDEVELZ. Pete likes sports,
especially baseball which he plays
lor the Spartans... quiet guy who's
also a sports authority.
ROGER lfVAli'ELA.W. nicknamed Red
Cwonder whx'?J seems quiet but when
heis mad-bewarel... all around good
CORIJYVE WOODS. 44Kinv... tall. blond
and mischievous... gives everyone the
impression sheis an angel... a good Sltl-
dent... hails from Nlassechusetts.
STEVE WOOD, Steve likes dancing.
girls, pizza, and all kinds ol' parties...
his hobby is weather observation... he
is a member of House II.
DAVID PVEDLER, this Trojan likes
electronics... junior seientist... lavorite
sports are swimming and track.
DAJWVT VVALL. GIDZIIIIIBD... ealls South
44Carolinavv home, ol' c'ourse...pet peeve
is Qcstuek upvw Seniors Qjust wait till
he's onej... a good student... hopes to
attend the .Xir Force Academy.
DEJWVIS ZEVITAS, this Bostonian is
quiet and a good student... a loyal
.-Xthenian and a baseball fan.
CATHERINE AJVTLE, Cathy... al-
ways laughing or elowning around...
loyal Spartan and good at any sport.
JWAURISICAF RITTNER, 4cNIow, a eute
Spartan... gets good grades... always
looking for liun fshe finds it. tooll.
DEJWVIS EARRAR. quiet guy... has a
kind word lor everyone... Spartan... a
great helper for any cause.
EDGAR FRANKLIN. ffliddiev... a born tt is 1 ts riding son dnin w tu skiing 'inc maxlx urn girs
KYEAJWVE HUGHES. usually heard sayin 44l3ut S1r'w a lutint lauyti who could nm a c ist on lool s alone lox ll lroj in
CHRIS KEUCHLER. new in .'XthenS. Chris enloxs lootball dlslikts homuxork and ttathers Cnormal'l
x7ON IfO.ZA1fIS. new arrival lrom Los Xngtlos Junior math init tirpans bitxtltsi enjoys sports tnd colletun knnts
jEANNETTE KRONBERGER. tgleanv lrojan tnjoys cl tnemg partits and SCHOOI ' tthstt s dilferenll hobby is
FRAJVCESLAPPAS, 44Fran or Franki vw Spartan lrom Xngmia likes boys danein and swimming 1 pctx
snails... ambition: to become a model.
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THE FRENCH CLUB
This year the French Club has been very active under the guidance of Mr. Dorbis.
Two plays were presented: 44ViVe la Musiquerw, a very successful comedy which was done
for the elementary school, the P.T.A., and the high school, a short Christmas play elses
Deux Peres-Noela added to the holiday spirit ofthe school.
Meetings were held every Thursday. The program included films, records, lectures
on various French customs and all other aspects of French life.
President: Laura Ernst
Sec-Trcas: Patricia Hubbell
The Latin Club has just begun this year but it has offered a great deal of amusement
for the students. A very humorous skit 4cAndrocles and the Lionv, was presented for Chris-
tmas. The Icles of March were observed-with fear! The Roman Forum gave us a taste
of real Italian pizza!!! Also an archeological trip to Corinth and Epidaurus was made.
The Drarnaties Club has devoted all its energy to the production of George Bernard
Shawls 4cAndrocles and the Lionw presented May Io-12. We hope next yearls production
will be as well done as this-Good Luck!
The Missy Club was created by a group of girls whose purpose was fun and companion-
ship. It grew to include regular visits to needy orphanages in Athens, and a money drive
in December for these places. We are proud of their accomplishments and sincerely hope
they will serve to encourage other such groups to do the same in the future.
President: Jackie Kidd
TRQJANS - l-louse l
Squad Leader-Steve Austin
Squad Leader4Rusty Britton
Squad Leader4Doris Kilpatrick
Squad Leader-Janis Harmon
the Trojans got off to an early start by placing Erst or second in all ofthe
intramural activities. Our scholastic achievements also helped strengthen our lead and
by mid-year we had twice as many points as the second place house.
The Trojans may also take to their credit the winning ofthe Food and Clothing Drive.
lNith report cards, Field Day and Spring intramural sports ahead of us, however, we
feel we are well on the way to our lirst house championship.
VVC are especially indebted to our House sponsors for the assistance and encouragement
which they have given us this year.
ATHENIANS - House ll
House CaptainaAlan Kolb
Assistant House Captain-Stevie Strauss
Senior Boys' Squad Leader-Manny Mavroleon
Junior Boys, Squad Leader-Richard Kolb
Girls' Squad LeaderiToni Grunenfelder
The Athenians may be House H but we arc second to no one. The memories of past
years at the American Academy are crowded with the rotting corpses of defeated Trojans
and Spartants fbless themj left behind in the grand massacres by the glorious Athenians.
This year, as usual, we will earn the most house points because of the superior intelle-
ctual and physical development which so distinguishes us from our would-be opponents.
But, have heart ye honorable Trojans and Spartansg there will always be next year. . .
SPARTANS - House lll
House Captain4Lee Wall
Assistant House Captain-Dave Hughes
Senior Boys' Squad Leader-Terry Teele
Junior Boys' Squad Leader4Iner Pilk
Girls, Squad Leadereliathy Webl
House III has always been the 44House of Athletesv. We have demonstrated this by
winning Field Day for the third consecutive year.
Spartans are first in leadership, scholarship and friendship. Many of our members
hold both class and Student Council offices.
The Spartans have their own cheerleading squad which is always on hand to boost
the morale of the Spartan squads. Although we are trailing the other houses in total
points, we are still strieving to win Hrst place. If spirit alone were the measure, we would
be assured of victory.
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Supcrboy does it again!
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there, do something!
Will he make it?
B A L L
F A C U L T Y
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Mr. Grant Nlakes a return for
the terriue faculty team.
The student team makes another
A moving example of the action
in the Faculty Volleyball Game.
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CONGRATULATIONS J F K'
VVHERE WAS CORSO?
GOOD LUCK TO OUR MONSIEUR DORBIS ON HIS APPOINTMENT'
MR. YEROSfHAS DENVER ACCEPTED YOU YET?
LITTLE LOUIS NOVV SAYS QMAU-MAUM
THE GANG AT ORFANIDES IS BREAKING UP BUT GOIJNELAS IS GOING
FROM THE SENIORS
Drink a toast in cough syrup
And hand my gnarled ash-stick down
Leave an address for my love
For I am leaving this here town.
Hug me with your eyes, good friends.
Pack my hunk of bread and cheese.
Arm me with a derringer
And H11 my heart with anti-Ireeze.
Little Mr. Stuck-up!
A little gambling here and there.
44Put your head on my Shouldern.
Grin and Bear it!
They even look like tourists
Now Mr. Ycros. ..
Yiannina or Bust
We had one thing on our side-the good weather! After getting everyone and everyth-
ing on the bus, we made our hectic departure. Everyone has their ups and downs and
our biggest down was on the left rear sideAa flat tire! A little organization got us on our
way once more. We took the ferry from Rion to Nafpaktos where we settled ourselves
for a longf?j nights sleep. In the morning, wc continued on our journey to Yiannina.
We were on the road all day, and late Saturday night we arrived in Yiannina Qwho says
sitting isn't tiring?j The following day we went to Metsovon where the natives found us
very interesting and loved those Kodak cameras! Dinner and dancing was the message
for Sunday night, and the mousiki. . .! Monday saw us at the caves. . . they never had it
so bad! And those 133 steps, gad, what atmospheric conditions! Monday night was a
repeat performance of dinner and dancing at a local taverna, with Mr. Markotsoglou as
the main attraction and Mr. Yeros as his die-hard understudy. We beat the sun on Tues-
day by arising, half asleep, at 4:30 in the wee small hours of the morning. On the way
home, the hum of the motor was drowned out by the snore of 40 exhausted tourists. With
Joe Faussett leading the chorus, cramped in a jump seat. The marathon was over, Joe,
who had done a great job of keeping all the boys awake for the previous four nights, was
out! In spite of misfortunes, we made it home by 9:00, and a good time was had by all.
THE QUEEN AND HER COURT
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CONGRATULATIONS FROM HER ESCORT AND HER BROTHER
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SNAPS AROUND SCHOOL
THE ROMAN MARKET
AND TWO UNDERGRADUATE POSES
ANDY TAKES A
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NICK, AND Q.B.S.,
AND DEAR AUNTIE ELIZABETH
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GAESAR SOUNDING OFF AGAIN
HOW DOES OUR SCENERY LOOK?
This is our man without a class john Bowan, who began as ajunior, but found he had
enough credits to graduate. For this reason we were unsure of where to put him, and
when all the arranging of pictures was done, we had no room with either class. But we
could hardly leave John out.
John, the boy who took Hydra by storm,
John, the scurvy Christian in the English play,
John, the soothing influence on the seniors,
dependable, fun-to-be-with john.
S0 we include his picture here at the endgbetter late than neverde-and add to it our
mental candid shots:
.Iohn suffering happily from Hydra sun,
John mulling philosophical points in Advanced History,
John on his birthday ffor hels a jolly good fellowlj Q
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remark made on that famous trip by one cool-cat senior to another: 44Bowen will rule
the world when you and I are sweeping the streetslv
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