Amundsen High School - Viking Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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1" X flw VQMLQWWW4 KTA Q, W . J ' T35 SD? gjgp -57, 'V A If +2 -5 5 ff? wf ff f 'MbERSBn'1:r C0-EDlTORS 1. A.P.,15Zi,Z,1 Eiehemigqs A S S 0 C. EDS ZJMMXJJKXM H1671 SCHOOL, CHICAGU r W BUS. MANAGER flfllfg, PHOTOGRAPHER 66 ' ' ' 99 Thru Dliflcultles to Honor 5 50' ffm' b was "" ef 'Q 7' as Aw, 'Q X ,g xsi ff K V THE THE FACULTY Principal . . Assistant Principal Superintendent . Administrators . Teachers .... THE UNDERGRADS Sophomore Divisions and Features Junior Divisions and Features . . "4B" Senior Divisions and Features THE ACTIVITIES Literary Staffs Social Clubs . Music . . . Language Clubs School Service Military . . Athletics . . GRADUATES THE Graduate Miscellany. . . June Class Album . ADVERTISERS INDEX A THE ... 8 9 ..10 ..1I .12 18 22 26 30 36 and 98 38 and 64 45 and 80 . . 52 67 and 76 ..72 .82 104 112 118 143 147 F C Y Q Q Q The conductor on the podium . . . diplomat. artist. dreamer, business man, educator . . . his the mind that tries to see and hear all music as the Great Composer made it . . . and by some gentle sorcery, some magic fire. we learn and love the etemal beauty of our sphere's music . . . .mon of WY '- 9:3 ,Q 4' ' ' Y -fll If --, I f F' iff 9' r. PRINCIPAL Presenling our capable principal, Mr. L. Day Perry, who has crealed a harmonious school life al' Amundsen . . . wields a masferful, yel' friendly and jusl balon . . . is known for 'fairness and an effi- cienl' manner . . . insfills wilhin us a feeling of con- fidence . . . has an aclive inferesl' in school acfiiri- 'lies . . . is lhe maesfro who will cause lhe music of Amundsen's progress +o resound 'far and wide. Mr. F ASS'T PRINCIPAI ' Also presenfing our as sisranl principal, Mr. Harry Fuller, wl'1o is a genial, ye+ efficient gen- ileman . . . has a friendly and capable manner . . l-molds an impor+an+ posi- 'lion in Amundsen's orches- +ra+ion . . . is fypifiecl by endless 'laslcs on our behalf . . . seeker of +l1e scl'1ool's be-Hermenf and +l1e s+u- deni"s welfare . . . recipi- enf of our grafifude. if I 'gnu s s irg--ss iiri by y ssii -lg ?0Rq W , Y-i- , yssy Q PER1 M NT DSEN UR NATXON needs tuture ctttzens who have the abthty to thtnk ctearty and to make independent decfxstons. Amundsen High Schoot Ks dotng a sptendtd Xob tn tratntng tts young peopte atong these hnes. The sohoot is not onty an tnshtutxon ot tearntng, Xt ts an Knstxtutlon ot hytng as weh. Students are deyetoptng the power to meet the datty situatxons ot hte vfxth soctat Kntethgence and Xntegnty. Xt Ks eytdent that the student body ot Amundsen Vhgh Schoot Ks made up ot some ot Chtcagds outstandtng young peoptef students who are eager to tearn and who take advantage ot the many opportunthes the schoot otters. Parhctpatxon tn the extracurrtcutar actwttxes carried on at P-mundsen Ks hetptng to deyetop tn the students, responstbttty and Knttxatxye. Many opportunttxes tor serytce and co-operatxon are ottered whtch are enthustastfxcahy shared by ah. The schoot encourages the growth ot weh-integrated personahtxes vdth Kdeats tor ttner and happter hytng. Amundsen may vleh be proud ot 'xts ttne ents. We, too, are proud ot you. achteyem AD I I 81 SENIOR SPONSORS ADMINISTRATORS Frank J. Crosby Mrs. Helen-Mary Heflin Edward Armif Minerva Herrmann Mrs. Esther Barney Elizabeih Shanley O ADJUSTMENT Mrs. Lucille B. Royse PLACEMENT Belle Engelstein N Li yy h S y S .rrv we . e"e , T . Fr R p i JANUARY SENIOR -R N L: if SPONSORS , l V g rs T . .. F y ,.q my Mrs. Marfha T. Baxier K ...V . ,:. ' - V v:- f K Alice Fov rs l . S 1 4 is V S .3 Mrs. Edith S. Garriott, Ch'm 'E 1 k y .mu if .. I J E 7-.JL f VL! A . V - l Mrs. Clarmyra S. Hayes E lir'i v Q yoj 7.h" --N A Mrs. Lucretia Lafcham 7 v L my E ,H H JUNE SENIOR SPONSORS Wilson K. Boetticher Marjorie Kempster Lenore King, Chairman Mrs. Ruth D. Meierdierlrs 1 The adminisfrarors, or The liei molii of Amundsen, prepare ieachers' programs, aiiendance and conducr records, and handle all disciplinary cases. Mrs. Royse gives psychological +es'rS lo freshmen and juniors and keeps records Of each. N.Y.A. work is handled by Miss Engelsfein, who also aids Siudenfs io find Suilable employmenf. U f l RT TEACHER . .ers .iv e f ix, 5 1? . f li Members of fhe arf deparlmenf have supervised arf proiecfs, in- cluding murals, posfers, and dress designs, which were displayed in lhe Cily and nal'ional arl exhibi- Tions. Nolable recognirions were achieved in compelirive confesrs. Mrs. Blanche B. Breii, Chairman Ida Bowman Mrs. Marguerite Norcott Frank Slepiclca 'iiq ., R fi .1-. VS,-V: XRS k ' , ., fwgfg . g ii' le Q ' I ,A 57 i r," ff ,S d 0 N k.,. . V .. A l 6 'M Y' . z -,,. LT M. ER- AL The Commercial Deparlmenl has cooperafed To a grear exrenr wilh Jrhe Placemenr Olllice in assisring sludenls lo oblain good posilions. Illinois Slale and Nafional lesls have been organized and arranged for graduales seeking iobs. Prevalenlr olllice pracfices and allirudes have been sfudied. The crealion ol an accepfable olliice alrmosphere has been lhe aim of lhis deparfmenf. Mrs. Ora M. Harrington Mrs. Wilma C. Duffy, Chairman Mrs. Marjorie Kempster l Anna M. O'Neil 3 Erma Bridgam l Frank J. Crosby Austin H. Glamore Evar H. Nelson Emily Purer Anna R. Russell Irma E. Swanson Mrs. Pearl Crouch-no picture Frances Ha nlon-no picture l Many new records on American Ballads and Shakespearean Drama were bought this year. The English Helps were revised and spelling was added. Several teachers served on Mr. Bellls Literature Committee. Mrs. Ruth D. Meierdierks, Chairman Mrs. Margaret Baxter Evangeline Carlotta Mrs. Amy C. Clarke Helen G. Flynn Mrs. Helen-Mary Heflin Laura Holly Mrs. Lucretia Latcham Alma C. LeDoux Marion Philbrick Charlotte Pritchard Mrs. Margaret Robertson Mrs. Catherine C. Kolb-no picture Memloers ot the sewing classes presented a tashion show tor the P.T.A., with the cooking classes acting as hostesses and providing retreshrnents. A tea also was given tor army otticers. Mrs. Julia Lehman Gertrude C. Owens, Chairman Lucy Mulloy A new iournalism project was begun by the French classes. The department sponsored visits to the Art Institute, libraries, operas. and puppet theatres. The Greek classes presented a beautitul painting to the school. Mrs. Grace Davis Ida S. DuBott Alvine Flory Carl E. Hanlrwitz Peter T. Kapsalis Mrs. Mary M. Kelso Edna Kron Louis Weinberg Florence Eckteldt, Chairman-no picture , gg,, . ..Sf Sl .- S . .. . . I J SE' .. Q J l ns if Y , f ACHER - .. ,, 3 ' 1 . c pm -rg 4 'Q Wai' . .V ni' E G' Ll H HOME f.,p RT i 4 Q 'P I an , . P J jj .P ' I .ef fa ss .2 V AS K 3 . Q My r I 1 Q. 5 , . V, L- - i" V ig A W tp ft Q f r . l . .' .4 t , ' x I LA - GUAGE MATH- EM T- IC TEACHER Two new EssenTial MaThemaTics classes begun This year, have added much To This deparTmenT. The "slide rule squad" has greaTly aided anyone who wanTed speedy and eTTicienT work periformed. Mrs. Doris S. Dillon, Chairman Minerva Herrmann Richard T. Huddy Lenore H. King Mrs. Dorothy Middendorff Edward Sanderson Mrs. Marie Rhodes T l die Alice Smith -F ss. Y 5 w Q 9 I I fi I I 4 i Y SCIE CE Q' The Girls' and Mixed Choruses plus The Band and OrchesTra gave a delighTTul ChrisTmas FesTival pro- gram. ln conTesTs held This year The Band received an "S" raTing and The Choruses an HE". Mrs. Emily C. Waggener Forresl: L. Buchkel Joanne Stefanik WaTching incubaTors haTch duck eggs, Tield Trips Tor collecTions oT Tlowers and leaves, and a Trip To a greenhouse To sTudy planT life, oc- cupied much of This deparTmenT's Time lasT year. Hobari Carmichael, Chairman Edward Armif Mrs. Harriet Avichouser Laura M. Brown Alice Foy Mrs. Clarmyra S. Hayes Mrs. Helen K. lnd Mary F. Schaefer Frank H. Ulveling Helen G. Vansands Mrs. Grace M. Armstrong-no picture The boys' physical educaTion deparTmenT exulTed over The norTh side TooTball championship TiTle won This year. The girls' gym deparTmenT sTarTed popular and compeTiTive bowling TournamenTs and Tennis clubs. Edward Delaporte Louis C. Jorndi, Chairman Mildred Heindl John H. Koif Helen E. McDonald Julia Schulte, Chairman . lnsTrucTion and aid on The re- search, preparaTion, and delivery oT The papers oT all sTudenTs par- TicipaTing in The American Legion Aid ConTesT and The broadcasT oT The "American School of The Air" was given by members oT This deparTmenT. Charles A. Bill Wilson K. Boeiiicher Mrs. Edith Garriott Alice Kearns Elizabefh Sha nley Gilberi P. Small William F. Smythe, Chairman ' A Tour To The Rosenwald Mu- seum sponsoredgby This deparTmenT proved inTeresTing and educaTional. LasT semesTer Mechanical Drawing was oTTered Tor The TirsT Time as a maior subiecT. Henry Cohen Donald P. Anglemire. Chairman lan MacLeod . One oT The library's main inTer- esTs during The year was The Bool: Weelc ConTesT held in November. The R.O.T.C. parTicipaTed in The CadeT Day Parade and made a splendid showing Tor Federal ln- specTion. Mrs. Esiher Barney Mrs. Lucille B. Royse Jean Evers Sgt. Roberi Prussing UNDERGRAD ATES . . . ce,e, 'S prentice . . . false notes and clumsy errors . . . pizzicato merriment, high spirits . . . readiustment and harmony . . . intermezzo . . . the opening bars of the soaring melody in the complex symphony oi higher educaiion . . . V10 f J, In KL :HW f: . - - W l. If 1, gr! 1""l 1 FRE HIVIA Mrs. Latcham's Division achieved IOOVO Log subscriptions and con- tributed IOOVO to the Amundsen Civic Association. Another Divi- sion which completed their A.C.A. dues was Mr. Sanderson's. The IB Divisions also participated in the Novelty Day Contest. MRS. LATCHAM-228P FRONT ROW: J. Hayes, A. Schroeder, M. Hauser, A. Howes, M. Luschar, B. Rietzler, D. Shalberg, B. Hicks. ROW 2: L. Bournakis, E. Bishop, M. Schroff, L. Aulin, M. Miller, C. Paul- sen, V. Post, J. Dezell, D. Stewart, Mrs. Latcharn. ROW 3: P. Halstead, W. Kooprnann, A. Erbe, W. Peterson, R. Ellinger, M. Piesker, D. Haupta rnann, M. Leber, M. Lucas, D. Mische. ROW 4: J. Brunsell, C. Atsaves, W. Hain, F. Gaines, J. Louis, J. Schaf'le', M. Johnson, J. Goss. MISS PRITCHARD-I2 I P FRONT ROW: L. Toskas, A. Bais, G. Frees, C. Wolff, C. Canacakos, E. Wallace, D. G-rimshaw. ROW 2. H. Pedersen, B. Kruse, J. Lange, J. Stecker, N. Rav, F. Sandberg, A. Heckl, C. Joos, Miss Pritchard. MR. SANDERSON-3I4P FRONT ROW: D. Anderson, G. Asvos, E. Keil, A. Peterman, R. Sade, M. Smith, G. Kropke, J. Brown. ROW 2: Mr. Sanderson, A. Olson, T. Christo- poulos, B. Hernbo, H. Herold, J. Courtney, F. Ostling, J. Mutter, H. Barkulis, G. Roth. ROW 3: H. Waenlne, R. Johnson, S. Marros, W. Smith, C. Arnato, S. Boldt, J. Condos, D. Steffen, S. Mayer, S. Brown. ROW 4: A. Rens- man, 6. Foutris, A. Anderson, A. Niederrnayer, J. Martin, L. Altrnayer, E. Klarquist, J. Stewart, R. Hale, B. Brahos, W. Ryman. MR. SLEPICKA-I I SP FRONT ROW: J. Parker, A. Vidina, D. Dennis, L. Fritz, C. Nickles, B. Hansen, M. Egerer, L. Palrn. ROW 2: Mr. Slepicka, M. Taly, J. Klopfer, D. Nor- densten, H. Schwennesen, W. Magnu- son, W.Graves, A. Schmidt, B. Lim' bert, J. Stiernberg. ROW 3: H. Ek! lind, H. Fagerstrom, T. Johnson, E. Verch, F. Schertzinger, M. Geweke, A. Valos, B. Alleshouse, D. Nelson, D. Closter, R. Fosse. ROW 4: S. Carlieldt, R. Helrner, H. Carlson, C. Gustafson, K. Kusse, D. Garwood, F. Bobbette, D. Henwood, H. Herbster, O. Weber, N. Berqadon, R. Koehler, MISS SMITH--3I2P FRONT ROW: R. Zeller, J. Engelbreit, M. Meier, F. Bohn, A. Miller. ROW 2: W. Millirnan, M. Neuert, R. Pearson, C. Sills, B. Melin, R. Magnuson, Miss Smith. ROW 3: D. Dettlow, J. Miller, J. O'Reilly, L. Swanell, S. Dyer, D. Johnson, D. Schueler, F. Newrnen. ROW 4: R. Norton, R. Trebilco, L. Johnson, J. Colias, D. C-lowen, D. Sears, G. Rhode, R. Cadlwell. ROW 5: L. Fleck, S. Morris, F. Rosene, F. Lagq, R. Stake, J. Freslcos, D. Boenke, J. Russis, A. Pappas. DIIIO Mrs. Arms+rong's Division are proud of their Baseball team which participated in Intra-murals, and of their I007, A.C.A. contribu- tions. Miss Brown's Division also entered a Basketball team in Intra- mural competition. MRS. KELSO-3l5P FRONT ROW: C. Schneider, B. Kaune, L. Kaufmann, L. Vale, E. Thies, I. Ohnmacht, ROW 2: R. Sommer, C. Geoffrey, S. Natzke, J. Alcerman, Cv. Heer, Mrs. Kelso. ROW 3: H. Cole- man, R. Wa'ner, T. Demerge, M. Papas, C. Massa, B. Gart, C. Nicholas. ROW 4: M. Peo, A, Peterson, J. Wager, D. Rehfeldt, D. Oddy, J. Witte, M. Kalodimos. MRS. ARMSTRONG-32 I P FRONT ROW: L. Baltzer, J. Roberts, V, Ryser, F. Krueger, P. Lyman, A. Papacostas. ROW 2: C. Sanchez, H. K'eiI, L. Knapp, R. Hunter, M. Fischer, B. Boesmecker. ROW 3: C. Kahn J. Harvey, R. Zuber, A. Kelly, J, Gursch, D. MeLeod, W. Spiegl: ROW 4:G.Lun:1?'a'iIr, E. Boeninq, J. Riehn., D. Krispiri, J. Welsh, A. Lorincz, J. Gorrell, G. Maniates. MISS BROWN-322P FRONT ROW: A. Gustafson, M. Nel- sen, E. Smith, L. Kessler, R. Dunlap, L. Rogus, B. Baumann. ROW 2: L. Meyer, M. Moclsler, P. Bloom, D. Vas- silalcos, B. Krasny, I. Ernst, M. Schulz, Miss Brown, ROW 3: A. Bogosia, R. Roblock, G. Blandt, D, Liedstrand, R. Fullerton, M. Koch, S. Woodford, ROW 4: M. Kachantones, V. Reben stori, G. Meynen, R, Ullmann, R. Olson, M. Kulyan, R. Estabrook, G. Se-rens. MISS CARLOTTA-2 I 8P FRONT ROW: A. Dwyer, C. Erskine, B. Reding, I. Fridstrom, G. Iverson, B. Hughes. ROW 2: Miss Carlotta, M. Berkshire, E. Cvundberq, D. Petmezas, M. Kilfoy, J. Fleming, D. Norton, J. Schulze. ROW 3: E. Banknecht, G. Newman, R. Nordsteot, R. Fuchs, F. Sotern, J. Baldaccini, S. Barclclay, M. Frey. ROW 4: W. Ford, G. Kosebas, H. Gruber, E. Pilson, M. Mori, M. Martens, W. Vayul. MR. GLAMORE-328P FRONT ROW: M. Sonoel, I. Tooercef, E. Giannaris, M. Brothwan, D, Andere sen, F. Poutre. ROW 2: O. Demas, R. Soahr, P, Eyar, M. Manos, M. Kro- menaker, I. Morris, Mr. Glamore. ROW 3: R. Huendorf, J. Elmgren, L. Rickan, J. Quinn, G. Orlock, J. Schwebke. ROW 4: E. Baird, A. Smith A. Mouzarkis, R. Beatty, D. Schroeder, H. Hochriem, R. Gartner. ROW 5: P. Cory, H. Steinlce, E. Hartung, A. Gaul, R. Kowell, J. C-ekas. FRE HMA DIVISIONS Divisions 2l2P and 2l5P, guided respec+ively by Mr. Kapsalis and Mrs. lncl, aH'ained perfeclion in the A.C.A. colleclions. ,The Base- ball team from Mr. Hankwil'z's Division en'l'erecl l'l'ze ln+ra-mural contest ancl won recognition for their room. M R. HANKWITZ-323P FRONT ROW: T. Bennett, E. Rleger, L. Joseph, L. Marth, V. DeMos, V. Larson, M. Greenwald, J. Dierssen. ROW 2: H. Krueqer, R. Walance, P. Lawrence, R. Tillotson, G. Parker, W. Sullivan, T. Koen, J. Serotzke, Mr. Hankwitz. ROW 3: N. Sotern, V. Kinnas, W. Graf, G. Zenel, P. Florzak, P. Shea, D. Farr, D. Kiesqen, W. Mol- ler, J. Gvovis. MRS. IND-ZISP FRONT ROW: V Losez, N. Rickey N. Grew, L. B'eidinge', F. Lavery. ROVV 2: L, Oeriske, A. Lmoell, L. Keville, V. Wood, J. Kors, B. Spero, L. Git- singer. ROW 3: D. Nosbauin, E. Feld, M. Johnson, C. Davis, J. Hoffnwan, M. Peterson, M. Conno's. ROW 4: P. Booth, P. Stricker, R. Frank, VV. Chand- ler, N. Swtece, J. Lutszh, J. Gray. MR. KAPSALIS--2l2P FRONT ROW: G. Anderson, A. Stephv enson, A. Lopotko, D. Sarantakis, B. Vosinotis, D. Olson, L. Dahlstrorn, A. Hathaway. ROW Z: A. Dernos, l, Bjork, R. Devo, P. Steele, L. Streloel, R. Kull, W. Tite, M. Leprich. ROW 3: 6. Vevang, C. Lindenmeyer, T. Tausz, J. Steffen, M. Bice, D. Thompson, F. Dannhauer, J. Lavella. MISS LEHMAN-224P FRONT ROW: R. Karcher, A. Stall' riann, D. Bjorklund, A. Esser, B. Mon- sen, R. Dalilberq, V. Glannini. ROW 2: Miss Lehman, D. Walker, D. Watson, R. Favaro, B. Williarns, E. Sl1e'rfan, L. Levine. ROW 3: V. Kolettes, P. Dolerrsan, L. Mitchel, J. Pearson, L. Koclanis, H. Kozaida, C. Paulick, A. Diacos. ROW 4: A. Belzelos, J. Weaver, G. Wiehle, E. Nadolski, K. Trorrson, W. Sehlueter, C. Davis, T. Anderson, J. McHugh MRS. WAGGONER-329P FRONT ROW: A. l-lencriks, A. Ma- lonev, A. Gestrich, L. Gottsehlich, M. Cates, B. Bruhn. ROW Z: Mrs. Wag' qoner, B. Verser, J. Shirk, C. Christo- ooulos, J. Dedes, D. Ca've', V. Tiger- eran. ROW 3- M, Taylo: M. Dear- dorff, C. Gross, A. Klabes, J. Moers V. Lundell, D. Schneider. ROW 4: H, Williams, G. Sauser, L. Williarns. D. Sehabe't, B. Woolrnan, J. McG.Jire, R. Clvne, V. Giese. ROW 5: C. Lernee, O. Peterson, D. Peterson B. Mills, R. Seitz, L. Bell, R. Sable, T. Crehore. qu Y u 0 11' C OMAS, PRESHMEN: Green . . . Brief- cases . . . Chorus . . . Tarcly Bells . . . GAA .... Study Hall . . . Shyness . . . Gingham Dresses ...Books...Rubbers...Art... Two Step . . . Plate Lunches . . . Science . . . Twelfth Period . . . Natural Nail Polish . . . School Sweaters . . . Nine o'cloclc Cur- few . . . Locker Trouble . . . Credulous. IIIIHH!llllIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIHlIIIIIIHHHIIIIIIlIIIIIlllIIIIIIHHHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIIlllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllillllllllllllll 0PH0lVl0RE The Divisions of Mrs. Baxter, Mr. Nelson, and Mrs. Hayes are leacling the march in IOOVO Log subscriptions. ln aclclition to this achievement, Mrs. Bax+er's and Mrs. Hayes' Divisions have completed l00'7o A.C.A. dues. MRS. RHODES-2 l 5A FRONT ROW: V. Canacakos, U. Sernpl, R. Weisgerber, L, Wanen, D. Meehleis, C. Crafts, M, Markey. ROW 2: J. Albertson, R. Savetman, D. Wil- son, R. Ofenlock, W. Mitchell, Mrs. Rhodes. ROW 3: P. Butler, B. Mcln- tyre, D, Nelson, R. Peterson, M. Cana- cakos, C. FeFles, R. Felrnan, C, Nilsen. ROW 4: E. Worsek, A, Golbren, G. Atsaves, P. Astrenedes, N. Lianos, A. Ellerbock, J. Briggs. MRS. BAXTER-226A, MISS PURER-225P FRONT ROW: J. Bentley, M. Geiger, P. Daniels, A. Hellberg, l. Malleris, L. Villwock, H, Staeger. ROW 2: A. Rusk, G, Thoma, l-l. Spiropoulos, E. Spiro' poulos, L. Kloek, L. Erickson, l. Rempas, S. Schultz. ROW 3: J. Hud- speth, S. Lindberg, D. Rostal, M. Bar- tolaln, K. McArthur, R, Koelsch, M. Polos, P, Rarnbey, I. Katsahnias. MRS. HAYES-3 I 7A FRONT ROW: C. Mueller, R. Youn- gren, B. Evans, A. Bracken. ROW 2: R. Uullman, L. Floros, R. Sloan. ROW 3: D. Britton, M. Chiagoures, S. Wenslce, P. Pullman. ROW 4: G. Bur- qeson, G. Dawe, L. Jones, M. Clausen, D. Wittmeyer. ROW 5: R. Hanson, C. Zerner, V. Seeberg, R. Breese, P. Peterson, L. Arnold, ROW 61 J. Carscadin, J. Komrner, B. Wlese, A. Bauer, J. Chirpe, L. Whalen, W. Woody. M R. NELSON-328A FRONT ROW: E. Alzas, A. Kocls, B. Sweeney, D. Freimuth, M. Anastos, J. Brockhoff, ROW 2: D. Lorch, H. Wool- qar, A. Enarson, F. Maeir, H. Bodeen, Mr. Nelson. ROW 3: S. Larnbros, M. Zurich, M. Sirnrnons, A. Fahlgren, E. Nichols, V. Strutsmann, L. Dittman, V. Berberlon. ROW 4: R. Kerwin, A. Emanuelson, R. Pearson, K. l-lolsinger, R. Peters, E, Carson, R. Walsh, L. Davidson, R. Arnopel. DIVISIO Despite keen compe+i+ion 'the Divisions of Mr. Carmichael, Miss Philbriclc, and Mr Hucldy came lhrough with flying colors Their enviable records slate a I00 A.C.A. coIIec+ion in each room. MR. CARMICHAEL-2I7A FRONT ROW: B. Eop, J. Starch, D. Luttrell, C. Wenofer, C. Stasinos. ROW 7: D. Petcrsqn, N. Swanson, P. Krier, C. Swanson, P. Tsalapatas, A. Graff. ROW 3: E. Kcopler, K. Spear, B. Zinrnerrnan, W. Wostrich, L. Mur- ley, C. Bereiter, D. O'Laughlin. ROW 4: E. Anderson, F. We-ik, P. Elliott, J. Allard, R. Peterson, D. Miller, M. Kane, C. Arnato. MISS KEARNS-2I6A, MRS. CROUCH-l28A FRONT ROW: B. Lonq N. Dunn, I Chudzinski, D. Popcscui, F. Valonia V. Laird, F. Danielson, D. Bauer, H Eibergcr. ROW 2: M. Weiner, J. Kiefer, H. Sweeney, C. Roelle, J. Levy D. Koehler, J. McMillan, J. Moore, J. Gibson M. Pistorio S Paoastelan. M ISS Du BO FF-306A FRONT ROW: S. Horst, A. Parker, L. Vrionis, H. Dowentester, J Burkland B. Kirkpatrick, D. Baurnharf. ROW 2: Miss DuBoff, R. Miller, C. Johnson, J. Seaberg, M. Johnson, H. White, F. Metzel. ROW 3: F. Sutton, L. Knicl S. Heinrich, C. Katris, J. Freeding, M. Trimble, R. Hendrickson, L. Hodgkin- son, F. Mangan, B. Glees, D. Miller. ROW 4: P. Pantazopulos, W. Meyer J. Brown, R. Olson, L. Muraclnanlan L. Schillen J. Panapopoulos. MR. HUDDY-3 I4A FRONT ROW: G. Yonan, L. Balcs, B. Giannaris, A. Ba'bour, G. Trihas, M. Mattes, M. Russell. ROW 2: Mr. I-luddy, E. McNamara, P. Slernin, L. Strasshein, L. Rassrnussen, P. Bleidt, J. Edwalds, M. Gilmour, J. Ludwig. ROW 3: M. Erskine, R. Flannery, W. Kressner M. Wagner, C. Detrick, J. Mager, P, Petersdori, P. Connor, J. Morrissey, A. Soiers. MISS BOWMAN-30IA, MISS PHILBRICK-324A FRONT ROW: l'I, Givlow, R. Scliml' ing, J. Watson, D. Filnian L. Fink, S. Kaltenborn, V. Colefiran. ROW 7. D Starck, V. Van Houghton, S. Adonis M. Harding, L. Orrlschlaegcxr, Miss Philbrick. ROW 3: B. Deright, L. Bat farson, N. Rrodes, M. Lam V. Kmwkn A. Fisgrf-', V. Fcsiykfi. ROW 4: V. Hansen C. Fischer, L. Kern E. Gus Tavson, A. Stathis, J. Holn. R Osti-if oerg K Enhtenachni. 0PH0lVl0RE DIVI I0 S The Basketball team from Mr. Smyl'he's Division won recognition in lntra-mural sports. Miss Owens' Division sold their quota of Viking subscriptions and Mrs. Miclden- dorFf's Division came through IOOVO for 'lhe Log. MRS. MIDDENDORFF- 326A FRONT ROW: L. Logiudice, E. Endres, M. Bartholomew, M. MaeDouqall, B. Hansen. ROW 215. Misiak, H. Stein- holt, E. Hoeftcr, L. Yetto, Mrs. Mid- dendortf. ROW 3: M. Honan, D. Berye, R. Schmidt, V. Munson, T. John- son, J. McBride. ROW 4: E. Strauch, P. Frantell, J. Hagen, R. Schottek, A. Pearson, S. Furls, E. Drew. MISS OWENS-222A FRONT ROW: B. Pirkola, R. Schwab, P. Rahn, D. Koehler, M. Welsh, S. Heinz, L. Adams. ROW Z: P. Demos, W. lnlodgkinson, T. Kendall, T. Wil- liams, G. Brinkman, J. Polychrones, R. Covey, R. Condos. ROW 3: E. Lass, J. Stout, J. Hayes, S. Schiffer, M. Yaqodies, M. Collins, L. Duerr, D. Cook, L. Lawson, L. Schmidt. MlSS RUSSELL-l2lA FRONT ROW: M. Blankee, K. Ryan, D. Campbell, W. Gilbert, J. Nos- baum, R. Ford, D. Berg. ROW 2: V. Comiskey, R. Dick, R. Olson, V. Nord- stedt, R. Eberwein, D. Stake, E. Restis, Miss Russell. ROW 3: B. Witt, D. Bickel, R. Salmon, L. Hoelter, E. Chapin, P. Collins, M. Thomas, E. Stieren. ROW 4: T. Kapsis, A. Keller, T. O'ReilIy, G. Mitchell, T. Knielinq G. Petersen, R. Larson, A. Laris. MR. SMYTHE-2 IZA FRONT ROW: D. Bianchi, V. Victor, V. Kastens, D. Carlson, F. Feret, E. Harrast, J. Schultz. ROW 2: T. Kreut- zer, A. Beck, R. Spaniian, W. Adams, T. Moran, H. Hoffman, B. Karras. ROW 3: L. Wagner, A. Propst, B. Wall, J. Christoffel, J. Letang, N. Koenig, G. Iverson, B. Marks, J. Bork. SOPHOMORES: Comic Books . . . Cut Slips . . . Lipstick . . . Hall Guards . . . Sports . . . Afternoon Dances . "Iu1ius Caesar' '... Honor Pins . . . R.G.T.C .... Sewing . . . White Shirts and Ties . . . Clean Saddle Shoes . . . Bicycles . . . Band . . . Stag Lines . . . Midday Blouses . . . Library . . . Knee Socks . . . Skeptical. Q' 9' FEW Edo t ' IIIIIllllllIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIINHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIFIIlIIllIINIllIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIHIIIIllllIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIIllIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIHIIII I UNIOR Miss FIory's and Mr. Weinberg's Divisions achieved IOOYD in I'he A.C.A. cIrive Mr Weinberg's, Mrs. MeierdierIc's, and Mr BoeHicher's Divisions have I0070 Log sub scriphons and Mr. BoeHicher's Division also sold their Viking subscription quota. MISS FLORY-3 I 3A FRONT ROW: E. Lipp, I-I. Swanson. ROW 2: A. Hedges, R. Carnpbeii, T. Dernas. ROW 3: M. Stein, J. Richardson, W. Aizos, A. Mainiero. ROW 4: Miss Fiory, B. Swanson, V. Safford, J. Maurides, C. Schmidt. ROW 5: R. Ycunt, T. Hinds, P. Theien, P. Ragano, E. Coiegroye, W. Waiters, M. Pappas. ROW 6: M. Boeth, E. Stupas, G. Tschudy, V. Ahlstrand, V. Steger, R. Sanders, R. Goldfein, J. Coburn. MISS STEFANIK-329A FRONT ROW: E. Draugelis, J. Peter- son, I. Koehier, G. Newlands, E. Carl- sen, J. Crawford, S. Meinert. ROW Z: C. Meyer, A. G-egeunes, E. GoIIer, A. Geweke, L. Okerberg, G. Stroh, M. Nirntz, Miss Stefanik. ROW 3: E. Magnuson, D. Makinson, D, Kachan tones, C. Reyner, M. Ptau, B. FuIIerton, E. Cletcher. ROW 4: H. Constantine, W. Gasper, J. Metz, J. Gurnrnerrnan, A. Fluckiger, R. Klier, F. Kazlo, P. Lundguist. MRS. MEIERDIERKS-3 I 6A FRONT ROW: J. Jersey, L. Eickstaedt, J. Lehrrnan, B. Rierrier, D. Rearn, B. De Swarte, D. Jones, H. Preuhs. ROW 2: E. Peters, S. Terrace, Y. Hagberg, A. Bloom, C. Feil, D. Harz, A. GIesener. ROW 3: R. Valentine, W. Young, R. Myers, J. Lenberg, M. Lawson, E. O'Bannon. ROW 4: N. Brahos, B. Frum, A. LiIIy, L. Jurnes, W, Thornas. ROW 5: J. Ruboyianes, D. Magnuson, W. Haag, R. Evans. ROW 6: D. Blorn- gren, D. Aryidson, J. Beutiich. MR. WEINBERG-3 ISA FRONT ROW E. I-Iuber, R. I-Iendry, D. Andres, M. Warrnan, M. Crowther, L. Petropulos, J. Sanders. ROW 2: S. Manos, D. Canacakos, L. Trethaway, R. Benson, H. Zeryas, M. MiIIer, Mr. Weinberg. ROW 3: B. Wright, M. Gray, V. Askounis, I. I-IartoIcoIis, D, Desherow, J. WiIliams, M. Dugo, I. Johnson, I. Joanowitz. ROW 4: B. Canatsy, L. Anderstrorn, G. Smith, J. Rinzeler, J. La Rue, E. Bernhardson, R. Wiison, E. Evett. MRS. GARRIOTT-3I2A. MR. BOETTICHER-2 I 3A FRONT ROW: A. Bais, T. Kesses, F. VaIos, K. Rhodes, M. Brooks, N. Paess- Ier, J. Christiansen. ROW 2: L. Freriks, J. Hatting, M. Weiss, J. Christ, M. Menas, M. Thayer, I-I. CareIin, M. Kosebas, L. SchuIZe. ROW 3: M. Gayriiis, B. DeIaporte, V. SahIbe'g, V. Carr, E. Rogers, J. Gudernan, M. Nei- son, S. Snow, M. Scanion, G. Work- rnan. ROW 4: B. Morris, R. Burns, G. Miliard, W. Stieber, S. Martens, A. Voisard, H. Greenhouse, P. Trohatos. DIVI I0 Mrs. NorcoH's Division won lop honors by coming in firsl wilh IOOVO G.A.A. Member- ship and Civic colleclions. They also sold 'Ilne mosl lickels for llrie Variely Circus Show. Mrs. Duffy's Division solcl Ilrieir Viking subscriplion quola. MRS. DUFFY-I ISA FRONT ROW: G. Peterson, C. Vogel, G. Crowe, L. Burnett, A. Nienrieier, J. Loosevelt. ROW 2: Mrs. Duffy, 4E. Olund, M. Lind, M, Faust, A. Martin- son, B. Janakos, L. Jacolos. ROW 3: J. Peiser, A. Erickson, D. Kaub, I. Berg, L. Olsen, F. Lewis, M. O'Hart, ROW 4: V. Olson, R. Eckersberg, S. Borqnian, R. Hanqer, A. Goodrnan, P. Angeloooulos. ROW 5: J. Morran, G. Bell, R, Remrner, L. Fernes, B. Payton, J. Milford, H. Hasnmet. MISS FOY-32IA FRONT ROW: B. Bauglirnan, A. Lo polko, D. Weisgerber. ROW 2: K. Kouletsis E. Haarmever, T. Kerri, T. Norqren. ROW 3: M. Eirje, l. Ewgele rnan, B. Jensen, B. C-iese, L. Hoffrran. ROW 4: J. Andrew, N, Peterson, J. O'Learv, D. Glavas, D. Collignon, K. Faqcrslrom. ROW 5: G. Villwock, l. Puls, G. Staeger, E. Mandelbaurn, R. Raziinru, E, Kollinzas. MISS HOLLY-2I4A FRONT ROW: C. Roornbos, R. Bit- terli, B. Rose, L. Morgan, C. Hoff, M. Rile, V. Holm. ROW 2: Miss Holly, R. Sanders, J. Larson, N. Martin, A. Anton, W. Mueller, A, Gov. ROW 3: B. Ffankouisl, E. Porter, R. Ross, Kalin, M. Husker, B, Mooses, L. Brock man. ROW 4: R. Magnuson, J. Kolle, E. Christie, R. Cahill, R. Hanson, R. Menarq J. Sirnpkins, L. Pclson. MRS. KEMPSTER--I 25A FRONT ROW: Mrs. Kernoster, B. Bros' Self, l. Bucnrnann, S. Kinkle, J.. Frav. D, Kiiskinen, M, Jonnson. ROW 2: W. McCarfnv, E. Tlieobald, R. Beaubion, J. Lomax, D. Meenleis, A. Mann, A, Soilzer, R. Bonnann. ROW 3: R, Moran, E. Unterreiner, R. Kriegei M. Govis, M. Killoy, T. Eicncrrnueller, H. Kellcv, M. I-lanson, S. Doersehner. M RS. NO RCOTT-305A FRONT ROW: L. Tabbert, E. Tlieo oolo, M. Pullord, B. Holes W. Scrwerl I er, O. Zeller, R. Beck, C. Orarnlicli. W 2: V, Brosnanan, M, Ferguson D. Larson, T. Bloornhufi, J. Novak, M. Erikson, D. Benson, M. Tnoinpson, Mrs. Norcotl. ROW 3: P. Bloornnuff, M. Jonnson, O. Scnweer, S. Wickersneini P. Weiss, J. Keller, J. Hagen, A. Eng lanrl, M. Feiclwtrneir. ROW 4: L. Burki, E. Carbine, H. Pappas, J. Jacobs, M. Peterson, E. Seif, F. Mitch ell O. Carr. ROW S: W. Fleming, C. Srriitli, N. Fir:-ly F Nvstroni, J. Mor' Sl'all, E. Hynes, O. Hollander, W. Rifl- dell, E. Jepson. CQ RO , UNIIIR DIVISIII Members of Miss Schae-fer's and Miss Swanson's Divisions enioy reading their Logs, especially af+er subscribing IOOVO. Miss Swanson's Division aided the Viking subscription drive by selling their quota of annuals. M RS. ROBERTSON-20 I A FRONT ROW: Mrs. Robertson, M. Tempinski, A. Tideman, D. M. Gart, D. B. Gart, B. Barkling, J. Donges, D. Cohrs. ROW 2: P. Liebrnann, J. Close terides, J. Grimes, E. Hed, J. Foss, P. Rosauer, R. Rhodes, A. Karoff. ROW 3: E. Karras, M. Dihscherl, l.. Faigen ,D. Rieck. ROW 4: R. Hammer, A. Lewand, J. Rogus, F. Gatsch. R. Blessing, J. Stack, T. Rycroft, R. Miller. MISS SCHAEFER-307A FRONT ROW: R. Minasian, M. Rusk, F. Odman, H. Nickols, M. Freeding, R. Garrity, A. Corkell, D. Klein. ROW 2: D. Dahlstrom, P. Delahanty, P. Cordes, D. Freudenthal, A. Huber, R. Kelly, 'D. Pauliclc. ROW 3: G. Rohr- bacher, P. Woolman, R. Papadenis, Miss Schaefer, E. Morey. ROW 4: F. Barr, K. Sutton, R. Roth, J. Wheeler. ROW 5: T. Jones, W. Hirsch, B. Bitter. ROW 6: J. Meyer, B. Fischer. MISS SWANSON-205A FRONT ROW: M. Hester, D. Wagner. ROW 2: J. Olsen, L. Lass, V. Erhard. ROW 3: V. Lundberg, L. Coleman, A. Conrad, J. Harding. ROW 4: J. Berns, P. Neylon, J. Shabaz, J. Jacobs, R. Brown. ROW 5: E. Roberts, F. Jaischke, J. Phillips, R. Menick, E. Carlson, W. Schmidt, R. Carlson. ROW 6: M. Ficht, G. Glowen, D. Heinlsel, J. J. Phillips, A. Hein, G. Connell, B. Wilson, P. Euler. MR. ULVELING--207A FRONT ROW: B. Callaghan, B. Brown, B. Vasilalcos, L. Albright, C. Leiter. ROW 2: L. Malmquist, T. Vavul, O. Kiousis, L. Corthier, H. Davenport. ROW 3: L. Rogers, H. Cokins, B. Harn- pel, S. Johnson, D. Rodenborn, H. Gareois. ROW 4: G. Poulos, J. Gril- mcre, J. Krueger, W. Barber, R. Becker, E. Lauletta, L. Froncek. IIHIIIIillllllllIIIllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIllllIIIIIIllllIIIllllIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIllIHHHIIIIHIIIIIllllIIIllIIIIitllIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIIIHIIIHIIIIII1IIIIIlllllIIIIHIIIIIIIiIIIIHllIIIHItIllIIIIIlIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 IUNIORS: Physics . . . Plaid Shirts . . . "Hamlet" . . . Cokes . . . Dirty Saddle Shoes . . . Extra Studies . . . Dates . . . "Puddle lumpersn . . . Sports . . . Sloppy loes . . Moccasins . .. Print Shop . . . Loa Staff . . . litterbuas . . . Bowling . . . Pork Pies . . . Slow Motion . . . Gum . . . Diaries. Milli" DIVISIO S The Log ancl the A.C.A. were wholeheart- edly supporlecl by Ihe Divisions of Mrs. Breii, Miss Van Sands, and Mrs. Avichouser. Mrs. Brei+'s Division also came Ihrough with 'Iheir quota of Vilcing subscriplions. MISS BRIDGAM-225A FRONT ROW: P, McNelly, D. Lees, G. Mermigas, M. Shirlc, D. Gunderson, M. Colan, J. Westerland, L. Ford. ROW 2: C. Williamson, A. Putkonen, R. Fahey, R. Sternloff, R. Rosberg, W. Gurnmerrnan, T. Stein, R. Morgan. ROW 3: M. Bauer, C. Carlson, M. McNamara, F. Bernhardson, M. Sparks, J. Wahlstrom, K. Spear, K. Ziegler, J. Olsen, B. Hartwick. ROW 4: C. De Swarte, E. Davidson, G. Magnuson, B, Blaul, P, Lambros, W. Peterson, E. O'Brien, R, Rasmusson, J, Wolter, B. McPhail. MRS. AVICHOUSER-3 I 8A FRONT ROW: P. Bruhn, A. Reiten- bach, G. Ackerman, B. Bolander, D, Thurman, B. Mavros. ROW Z: Mrs. Avichouser, V. Moll, V. Gevert, L. I-leidenloluth, L. O'Brien, J. Westcott, J. Zurick. ROW 3: C. Schoenwald, B. Olshan, J. Borg, L. Frazier, I-l. Paras, D. Peterson, T. Hotinger, C. Goldman. ROW 4: L. Ash, A. Enq- ouist, V. Lang, R. Dahlberg, R. Zer- wer, C. Barlow, P. Livas, J. Kurzdorter. MRS. BREIT-303A FRONT ROW: V. Keller, J. Free- man, l-l. West, R. Conley, M. Allen, M. Layine, I. Dell, L. Hyler. ROW 21 Mrs. Breit, B. Murray, P. Miresse, G. Cenacakos, P. Vertogias, J, Farrar, L. Olson, E. Olson, P. Gaul, N. Olson, ROW 3: A. Benson, P. Amato, M. Mirabile, M. Jensen, K. Brosius, M. Laverty, l. I-lobler, J. Prather, R. Lindskog, P. Fleming. ROW 4: A. Grunschel, J. Brahos, J. Maropoulos, E. Smith, R. Davis, R. Pihl, D. Rey- nolds, P. Mitchell, C. Ruppert. MRS. CLARKE--228A FRONT ROW: J. Teter, Fl. Vosinio tis, P. Dewe, D. Theiner, G. Weckler, C. Geavaros. ROW 2: C. Tausig, J. Dahl, S. Stielow, M. Beisse, R. Scrarnm, I-I. Peterson. ROW 3: A. l-less, M. Witscher, M. Weide, R. Milling, S. Stauber, R. Jerger, M. Carlston, B. Spahr. ROW 4: S. Brahos, W. Peters, W. Donewald, R. Clausen, C. Ehrhart, W. Contos, P. Gregory, L. Sorenson. M ISS VAN SAN DS--322A FRONT ROW: D. Maurides, J. Flo' din, W. Betts, K. Vollmar, V. Larson, R, Seaberg, D. Morrison, ROW 2: M. Milling, N. Weisharr, T. Miller, W. Michelson, l-I. Nelson, T. Gallanis, E. Tabar, C. Johnson, H. Richardson. ROW 3: P. Pogios, M. Olson, D. Sean- nopulos, D. Dahlin, P. Laven, M. Hoffman, A, Ossrnan, D, I-lechmann, G. Lindgren, W. Joseph. ROW 4: J. Mix, D. Claeys, G. Wasbey, G. Anantos, R. Crossland, R. Bergquist, W. Muster, R. Blades, J. Marshall. IIIIIIIIHIHI 4B SENIQRS: Cuddiecais . . . S.G.C. . . . Huaraches . . . Broomstick Skirts . . . Sophisiicaiion . . . U. S. History . . . Tri-Hi-Y . . . Sweet Music . . . Cooking Tweeds . . . Baseball Games . . . Poison Pen . . . Drama . . . Crew Hats S IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIHIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIII Subdebs . . . Team Letters . . . if Rehearsals. Wi r IIIIIIIHIIIIIHH as T ome think the orld i made for l. Our piano-wise politician, Phyllis Miller. 2. The girls ot the Twenty-tirst century G.A.A. 3. Hold that trigger, Soldier!! 4. Beat it out! 5, The daily "Sunrise Serenade." 6. Ben's on a larger scale at Sprinqtield. 7. Leona Corthier as a young Florence Nightingale. 8. Hitler Beware! l-lere comes Blair Wright! 9. Attention! Salute!! lO. Viv's signal, "l-lit the bum lDiclc Ablaottl in the head!'i ll. Rug cutter's iarntaoree on Friday night. I2. "Come on, worm, lets sguirrn. Mind Norman Ullman?" '!Nogoh-no!" l3, Little man, youlre having a busy day. Or, Doug Fulton in action. l4. Wheel A man! Or the other side ot Andy Jaclcson's lite. 15. Charge ot the light brigade. Io. She glides o'er the tloor with the greatest ot ease! I7. "Four score and seven years ago," began Mary Wigent. I8. It's okay, tellows, she won't bite. lDon and Howie get initiated to the Viking a la Myrl Barthl. un and frollc. . . and 0 do . , - V- ww' szmu. wiv-, the :,,mtf,mJ'w:: Q' 'f 'slwvwg M:,P1':r. 6. Wflo Smfi' "To u'- sufii mi JQ- 'Q'-ai" ' ,1,::'3s tfvgg. W.F'f1B 'w ONE -if Asn. '44 AHL L.1 . LG, "W Soug:"7 ,,5 jf f. Wg' v5"ffry wb' , wp 5 5 '.-' 'wit-:ws A-f' S A" Y' -' J HJ" swmg Sam Aww wif! Rr: f, S , In it SHS 1 f 5 x Ahmfl' my SPwIv'Nv,f Lmtfvn .ml Pwulirw Hfgwwivvq, LS, Ve" 7 Lifs at 1:.,:u.3fur- 1 10. Y' '1 lv U 5" W4 V, 'v 2. 5..v32q: Q' ' :K -'wtf 11 "U-V 'Q' 1 :sl '5 xj ,lx x 5 'Non QMQ My QJQ .4 .. .SA f ps 1 F'u"sg'A "' -ff l A C T I I T I E 0 o o Variations and tugue . . . each horn and each string in the great orchestra playing its own best-fitted part . . . the roll of military drums . . . the sai1or's hornpipe . . . the poet-author and his lonely lute . . . the artist's rainbow medley of colour-tone . . . general song. allegro, for all heartstrings . . . 1 , . LAI U v1 LOG TAFF manning the mast school year, +he Amundsen Log, rhe official hisrorian and bi- weelcly news organ of Arnundsen srudenrs, has wirnessed several progressive and radical changes borh in edirorial and business policy. The inlroducrion of a subscriprion plan broughr abour a doubled circularion and per- milred The publicarion of an improved news- paper. Lasr aurumn Jrhe Log also adopred 'rhe handier labloicl form. The lirsr sernesrer srafli was headed by Ann Shimiris in rhe leading role of edilor-in- chief. She was supporred by a willing group of associare edirors consisring of Warren Long, Phyllis Miller, Shirley Lauren, Srailiord Davis, Belly Wedgworrh, Mary Anne Dun- sheafh, and Allan Lorincz. A special fearure Thar semesrer was rhe publicarion of a four- page exlra by The sporls sralli in honor of 'lhe foorball +eam's iirsl Norfh Secrion viclory. Wirh rhe coming of rhe spring ferm, rhe srafl was reorganized. Allan Lorincz arrained lop posirion as ediror-in-chief and rhe follow- ing srudenrs comprised rhe capable sfaicf of associare edirorsz Sralllord Davis, Shirley Lauren, Hazel Slcow, Phyllis Miller, Vergie Her- STAFF MEMBERS Vergie Heiland, Ann Shimilzis, Allan Lorincz, June Ellis, Phyllis Miller, Mary Williams, Mrs. Dorothy Middendorff, Adviser: Shirley Lauien, Hazel Show, Grace Ackerman, Niclcolas Contos, Mary Anne Dunsheath, Betty Wedgeworth, Elaine Elrlind, Wallace Griffith, Warren Long. iiyoutlzf CQZLQ rrzultzyofe see LOG STAFF FRONT ROW: l'l. Drusch, J. Barcrofi, E Rogers, V. Carr, P. Daniels, M. Bro J Condon, P. Koftlce, J. l-lerdrnan W 2: 6. Tschudy, S. Milcrut, H Steinhohc, J. Fitzpatriclc, J, Winterleldt R Beaubien, M. Zell, J. Dahl, M. Nelson. J Franlr, H. Carelin. ROW 3: M. Zur- O. Karras, E. Kollinzas, P. Orifliih, CONTlNUl1D land, June Ellis, Elaine Elclind, Mary Williams, and Wallace Grilfilh. The conlinued high subscriplion sales record made possible The pulolicalion of an eighl-page Log during The second semesler as compared wilh lhe former six-page edilions. A spring lerm specially was The Freshman lssue, dislrilnuled Tree To all sludenls and conlaining all The essenlial informalion abou? Amundsen. Also, in an eflorl lowards conslanfly improved journalism, Log slall represenlalives have allended lhe Medill Press Con- Terence in Evanslon and The Nalional Scholaslic Press Associalion convenlion held in Cleveland. Much credil' for lhe Logs success is due lo The lacully edilorial and business advisers, Mrs. Middendorlzl and Miss Swanson, for lhe experl handling of fheir posilions. M. Hamling, D. Schmidt, M. Gregory, L Laven. M. Laverty. D. Marinson, Fl. Woolgar, J. Jones. ROW 4: C. Wal- ther, C. Johnson, M. Gregory, A. Lor- incz, W. Seiler, P. Lambros, W. Gasper, B. Wright, R. Davis, L. Elcdahl, J. Broclc- holl. REPRESENTATIVES FRONT ROW: L. Ficlv, D. Kiislcinen, B. Callaghan, L. Borgeson, J. Condon, C. Geoffrey, J. Jones, J. Mutter, M. Zell ROW 2: L. Meyer, L. Olcerberg, J. Gray, C. Fischer, E. Floeihler, L. Kreissel, N. Contos, M. l-lollman, A. Valos. ROW 3: V. Kinnas, A. Flellberg, M. Marlcey, M. Ashtrom, J. Kirk. D. Sears, S. Schultz. P. Dlahanty, A. Olsen, L. Bournalcis. ROW 4: J. Zuriclc, W. l-lodglcinson, M. Gregory, P. Bouchard. G. Millard, A. Astrene, J. Lavelle, W. Contos, B. Mills. J. Milllord, J. Marshall. ofa!! gallant enterpmse Swiingrtillg galily Through Their lasT year, Amundsen's senior girls have uniTed wi+h Their capable sponsor, Miss Alvine Flory, To Torm small and friendly groups. LasT semesTer, Miss SchulTe experTly sponsored all The chapTers. A sTeady progression has been shown in This organizaTion. From one club which consisTed of The TirsT TiTTeen girls who ioined, iT has grown unTil all senior girls are now eligible Tor admission. The clubs increased numerically and a more perTecT spiriT of Triendliness and cooperaTion was aTTained. The 4A chapTers inviTed The 4B chapTer of corresponding name To wel- coming and geT-acquainTed parTies. Their aim Tor The TuTure is To uniTe all chapTers and con- TribuTe someThing oT value To Amundsen. -'U'-"S SCHULTE OFFICERS PRESIDENTS ponsor FRONT ROW: E. Leonard, E. Mel- FRONT ROW: V. Heiland, J. ville, M, Dunsheath, D. Wallin, Condon, C Parlcer, V. Townley, R. Lellman, R. Keppler, A. ' L. KauTmann, V. Murray, R. Cook. HELEN G' Fl-ORY Loeding. ROW 2: R. Tomaras, S. Lauten, M. Sponsor Swanson, E. Elclind, L. Whittemore LB... . G. C. CONTINUED ALPHA CHAPTER gT'P!yll. 772QfWi!!Q gaily and eTTicienTly led The Alpha ChapTer oT The January Class. The members oT This group enioyed many pleas- anT social acTiviTies and planned To meeT aTTer graduaTion and conf Tinue Trienclships so happily begun. FRONT ROW: J. Olivier, E. Mel- ville, L. Kramer, 6. Limbert. ROW 2: l. Eberwein, R. Hansen, B. Gaderlund, G. Puvogel, D. Nelson, M. Semf. BETA CHAPTER C9-AP PUIPOSQ oT The January BeTa ChapTer was To promoTe a Teeling of comradeship amongsT iTs members and To parTicipaTe in The social liTe oT Amundsen. WiTh DoroThy Wallin as presidenT This ChapTer TulTilled iTs purpose suc- ,cessTully. FRONT ROW: D. Waqner, D. Wallin, J. Asplund. ROW 2: M. Anderson. S. Jones, L. Berthel, E. Andersfrom, DOROTHY WALLIN GAMMA CHAPTER C760 fJ!QOStlI'Cl6!0 experiences enjoyed by The members oT The Gamma ChapTer were due To Their love oT enioymenT and To Their presidenT, Mary Anne DunsheaTh. The resulT was The Tormajrion oT Triendships which give promise To endure. FRONT ROW: S. Almeroth, M. Dunsheafh, M. Smith, E. Field, A. Coroboy, M. Holzmann. D. Har- ris. ROW 2: B. Wedgworth, O. Davey. A. Rlaatie, B. Britt, B. T Courtney. MARY ANNE DUNSHEATH l ,,, . G. C. CONTlNUED DELTA CHAPTER C769 C!LCZI'llllilZg AniTa Loeding, presi- dent OT The January Delta Chapter, instilled a Teeling ot cooperaTion and Triendliness in The members oT her group. Probably no Chapter has engaged in so many activities which personiTy The True spirit ot This organization. FRONT ROW: J. Egellcraut, A, Loeding, E. Euler, M. Cramer, B. Johnson, R. Bloomtield. ROW 2: J. Christotrfel, G. Johnson, J. Miller, M, Johnson, J. Shaclcel, J. Cronin, H. Schulze. ANITA LOEDING EPSILON CHAPTER C9-lie gpszifon Glzapler combined a spiriT ot Tun with a serious aim. Their Tun consisted oT rolliclring good Tirnes and Their obieclive was To esTablish Triendships and good will. The presidenT, Emily Leonard, helped her group To aTTain This goal. FRONT ROW: O. Frayser, V. Salter, E. Leonard, H. Peterson. V, KauTman, F. Saussele. ROW 2: A. Mader, E. Siegl, E. Olson, A. Shirnitis, B. Cunningham, M. Sleeth. E. Robinson. P. Lubliner. EMILY LEONARD ZETA CHAPTER twosenzary eEQ!!l71flIl ably guided The Zeta Chapter oT The January Class. The members oT This Chapter were sTriving To aTTain new heights oT accomplishment. Their persevering eTTorTs were rewarded and The girls succeeded in all Their under- Talcings, social and extra-curricular. FRONT ROW: B, Christensen, B. Fazio. ROW 2: P. Norehad, D, Valentine, R. Lellrnan, G. Bern- hardt, J, Burson, M. Coutre. ROW 3: A. Zundell, F. Bintz, F, Matticlc, M. Carlson, M. Dopheide, E. Laughlin, R, Weber. RosEMARY LELLMAN IOTA CHAPTER .Walk -W8pp!Ql' was presidenT oT The loTa Chapter oT The January Class. This group oT girls aspired To a worTh-while goal. They accomplished a Turthering OT The de' velapment oT Their personaliTies and They acquired Triendships That persist even aTTer graduation. FRONT ROW: l., Rrauch, M. Streed, R. Keppler, O. Miller, B. WestTall, H. Graves. ROW 2: S. Anderson, S. Smith, V. Clasen, M. Cardy. RUTH KEPPLER . . .CONTINUED ALPHA CHAPTER 0611 l Afff hrne -mllllnllllll. presidenT oT The June Alpha ChapTer, led The members oT This group To The enioyrnenT oT many good Times. They wenT bowling, on a roller skaTing parTy, a picnic, and a Fall and Spring parTy. FRONT ROW: B. Schlachter, B. Weinand. ROW 2: P. Brown, M. Brodie, L. KauTmann, G. Carl- son. P. GriTTiTh, l. King. ROW 3: R. Kane, V. Biursfrorn. ROW 4: G. Markey, D. Gallawich, E. WaTers, B. Faber, H. Mennecke, G. Fuhrmann, G. Doyle. LAVERNE KAUFMANN DELTA CHAPTER 55015 TTljA1'!fe111o1'e. presidenT oT The DelTa ChapTer, lisTs bowling, horseback rid- ing, and geTfTogeTher parTies as her group's acTiviTies. They also gave a parTy Tor Their 48 sisTer chapTer. FRONT ROW: L. Whittemore, V. Bereiter, W. Bceth. M. Laica, J. Hachmeister, M. Jacobs, M. Ah- strom. ROW 2: G. Orenon, V. Hiertstedt A. Cacioppo, J. Carl' son, E. Freu, C. Bassler. LOIS wi-HTTEMORE GAMMA CHAPTER 0768 girls oT The Gamma ChapTer, led by Their presidenT Vergie l-leTland, have parTicipaTed in many social acTiviTies. They gave a successTul hay ride parTy and also a Halloween parTy. FRONT ROW: J. Perry,M. Rousek, ROW 2: J. l-Terdrnan, B. Farrow, D. Herdegen V. l-Tetland, J. Erickscn, M. Eadie. ROW 3: C. Walther, M. McKee, L. Nelson, H. Skow, A. Johnson, B. Schultz, V. Vance. veizeie HETLAND BETA CHAPTER P7710 11I011I!7Q1'S oT The BeTa ChapTer, under The guidance oT Their presidenT Jean- neTTe MarTin, succeeded in making Their lasT year aT Amundsen a memorable one. During The year They gave a very enioy- able Bunco parTy Tor Their 4B sisTer chapTer. FRONT ROW: M. Hamlirg E. Joanowits. ROW 2: P. Fike, Fl. Erickson, J. Martin, J. Peisker, D. Schmidt, R. Zimmerman. ROW 3: R. Luks, J. Gott E. Vallancey D, Kreli, J. Sander H. Rosen berd. JEANNETTE MARTIN . . . CONTINUED EPsiLoN CHAPTER gpsrfon Ghaplclr. under The direclion of Virginia Murray, al- Tended The premiere of "Fan+asia," and also wenl To The circus. The girls enioyed seeing Two plays This semesler. They were "Arsenic and Old Lacel' and llLiTe Wilh Falherf' FRONT ROW: E. Strulzrnann, C. Vogel, M. Slcibush, V. Murray. ROW 2: C. Rcssie, M. Greene. S. Parman, G. Peiger, L. Viahan dreas, M. Yonan. VIRGINIA MURRAY ZETA CHAPTER C968 glifh of The Zela Chap- Ier, wirh Their presidenf, Shirley Laulen, wenl on several ouldoor picnics, gave house parlies, en- gaged in bowling confesls, and roured Chinalown. They also en- ioyed seeing The play, l'My Sisler Eileen." FRONT ROW: R, Nielson, M. Batterson, E. Sanders, P. Ryan, ROW 2: D. Wagner, P. Norton, P. Belonga, S. Lauten. ROW 3: D. Kirk, K. Peterson, P, Miller, F. Sherer, l. Sassrnannshauser. SHIRLEY LAUTEN ETA CHAPTER C960 fhofrgkfnzf members ol The Ela Chapler, under The leadership ol Elaine Elclind, gave a Tea Tor Their sisler chapler. The girls enioyed an inleresling Warlle parly and also remember a happy Hme al Their Hallowe-'en parly. FRONT ROW: D. Strandell. P. Johnson. E. Elclind, J. Ellis, J. DeRocher, J. DeBoer. J. Barcrolt. ROW 2: R. Eerdirandsen Drusch, M. Glowen, L. Valy. O. Hultman, L. Vlasalf, J. Kirk, ELAINE EKLIND Ji. sl i l l . G. C. CONTINUED THETA CHAPTER o7f1cf 07710111 Chuplvrw i f T- Vivian Townley as presidenl, gave a progressive dinner, slumber par- ries, a hay ride, and a lumber iacli parly. Perhaps The mosl enjoyable and inleresling evenl was a unique Turn-aboul parly. FRONT ROW: D. Fiebig. ROW 2: P. Kottlce J. Davidsen, S. Allen B. Colley, W. Miller, V. Townley L. Zirwas. ROW 3: L. Borgeson F C. Stahell, L. Langenegger, J. Welch, A. Blomgren, M. Nelson. M. Williams, M. Thornton. VIVIAN TOWNLEY IOTA CHAPTER Gharfolle Tgjrzffcff' saw To E1 lhal The lola Chapler had Hs share of Tun and Trolics. The girls will have many pleasanl remem- brances of parries and evening socials. wilh a paiama parly head- ing The lisl. FRONT ROW: C. LaBahn, C. Parker E. hlutrriacher, D. Pagnnis. ROW 2: V. l-lagstrom, B. John- M in sch J. Godenrath, H. Gash D. '05 Big ix Danaher, H. Olson, U. Lorang ""' B. Seilert, P, Erhardt, E. Melville. CHARLOTTE PARKER KAPPA CHAPTER lqfrlpprl GAllfJ1l'I'.u ri d e r June Condonis guidance, engaged in such aclivilies as bowling and bicycle riding. They saw Lille Wilh Ealher and also enioyed several parries. The girls conlribuled To charity al Chrislmas and Thanksgiving. FRONT ROW: H, Brown, L. Hirv dfrnbumq, J. Condor, M. Bro. ROW 2: M. La Cavern L. Ou' wikg L. Crewes' A. Emil L. lla vi-rsrr' B. Oesizqiar, JUNE CONDON Q J' . K .gf ...M Th 6 'gi .L .Q . G. C. CONTINUEI RO CHAPTER Cglle mo Ghnpler wi+h H presidenl, Rulrh Tomaras, helpeC The poor and needy al Chrislrnal and Thanksgiving. Their social aclivilies consislec of a splash parly, a lea, and ice skaling. They also wenl lo see- 'Fanlasiaf' The highlighl oT This year wa an unusual and inleresling harc lime parly. FRONT ROW: F. Chirkos, C. Pai- ras, R. Tomaras, R. Bonifarcleci. ROW 2: H. Vrionis, J, Lanneleld Z. Svfansor, L, Peterson, H. Papa- Costas, O. Sarrcs. V. Bindig. RUTH TOMARAS SIGMA CHAPTER C9110 glilfs ol The Sigma Chap ler, led by Their presidenl, Riff May Cook, gave a lea Tor fh olher senior girls. Here everyon enjoyed gelling acquainled wil each olher. They also had a S+ Pa+rick's Day parly. Horsebac riding will always recall The pleasi anl hours spenl wilh This group. I FRONT ROW: J. Hopkins, A. Johnson, R. Cook, O. Karras, V. Leibinqer, M. Walton. ROW 2: M. Abele, M. Wigent, S. Cook. V. Kautz, J. Frank, J. O'Orady, B. Lans. RITA MAY cook OMEGA CHAPTER 77Slf1rgaret CSJWKIIISOII a br! 5. led The members of The Omega Chapler Through a pleasanl anc memorable year. The girls of Thiel group had a successlul Chrislmaf parly and enjoyed many inleresl ing evening socials. Roller skalinc, also had ils place on The calendai ol This year's numerous aclivilies. FRONT ROW: D. Volden, E. Strassheim. ROW 2: L. Harrison, M. Swanson, A. Schluoter, A. Sieele. ROW 3: M. Strassheim, M. Didier, D. Stan, O. Schreiner, J. Li ' Caine, MARGARET SWANSON unggren, M, Lrakos, M. OR HE THA... JC1pU6!y rJlir'Qc'f?J by their conductor, Forrest L. Buchtel, the Amundsen April, l94l, the Bands and Orchestra again appeared in their Seventh Annual Spring Concert. A Band and Orchestra have lhis year attained new heights of musical f achievement. V During the Fall ol l94O, the Band and Orchestra gave their Annual Fall C X - Music Concert. Before Christmas vacation they participated in the Christmas , L - -'gb Festival Program which was presented by The entire music department. ln X ' lContinueo on page 461 T' VK i Gs f d A , X - 'Qt ,,, PERSONNEL f 0 233 :ffklxun 5 Irving Anderson, Pete' Anqelonoulos, Frank Barr, Don Berg, Hugh Block, Gus Bloniquist, June Borg, Gordon '-. ' ' Burgeson, June Carlson, Allred Grunschel, Bill Guttery, Betty Jane Hansen, Jarnes Hansen, Eric Hed, Hildegarde - H r i on eold, Eleen l-lutiiiacnei Thelma Johnson, Jerorne Kelle' Norma Kerwer Marcus Kulyan, Robert LaPado, Guy Millard, George Mills, Paul Miresse, Jean Mix, Dolores Nelson, Christina Nicholas, Dernetra Paqanis, Lois Ring, Vivian Ryser, Shirley Schultz, Edward Sherman, Mary Lou Shirlr, Bertha Spero, Edward Strauch, Carl Tausig, Shirley Terrace, John Wagner, Lois Walker,JackW1tsen Marion Weioe Marian Welsh Puul Wernle Mar W' ent n' .. , , c i, . , y iq, , a o Robert Yount. ,. l N-1, l A ' 'Zfi vt ,L xt ' l f J' I- if Q ' I, ,vu bbs ,n ii :fit-1' i 61.72 0xeff-16' 0 CERT B icmunuea from Page 453 Also during April The Band could be heard pracTicing The selecTions which They played in The Band ConTesT. Amundsens Band received a raTing oT superior for The sixTh Time ouT oT seven conTesTs. Two oT The Band members, Mary WigenT and Jerome Keller, received an "S" raTing in The solo conTesTs, Thus making Them eligilole Tor parTicipaTion in The NaTional ConTesT. On The TirsT Tuesday oT each monTh The Bands and OrchesTra have had The privilege oT playing various musical selecTions Tor The Amundsen Band and OrchesTra ParenTs' AssociaTion. They have also played aT many school Tunc- Tions, such as The TooTball games, paTrioTic programs, senior plays, and P.T.A. meeTings. The OrchesTra also deserves much crediT Tor iTs many Tine performances aT school assemblies and graduaTion exercises. The rhyThmical baTon oT Mr. BuchTel has led This group To new and greaTer glories. CONCERT BAND PERSONNEL Alzos, Williarrr Andres, Dorothy Arnold, Louis Barbour, Alice Bauer, Alberta Bauer, Marilyn Borg, June Bronlec, Williartn Carlson, June Carr, Grover Constantine, Harw Cory, Llovo Cory, Paul C'arr1er, Howard Dahl, Jeanne Engouist, Art Erickson, Ann Flerning, Paulina Fluclcinger, Al Gerwing, Robert Gilbertson, Thornes Glowen, Grace Grittith, George Grunschel, Alfred Gurnrnernrran, John Gustavson, Elmer Guttery, Williarr: Haig, Robert Hansen, James Hiertsteclt, Vi-giriia Hooler, lrene Hott, Mildred Hoffman, Louise Keller, Jerome Kerwer, Norrna Kraerner, Charles LaPado, Robert Leioinger, Virginia Magnuson, Eowaro Marshall, Joe Mills, George Millaro, Guy Miresse, Raul Mitchell, Freo Mix, Jean Morton, Dorothy' Olson, Paul O'Reilly, Thomas Peters, Eleanor Peters, Walter Peterson, George Pohley, Florence Reding, John Rerrrrewer, Royal Richardson, Hollis Richardson, Jai' Ring, Lois Roach, Joe Rupoert- Clvoc Russell, Marilvn Sanders, Roger Srnith, George Stathis, Andrew Steuroart, lrene Swanson, Cecil Sweeney, Howaw: Tausig, Carl Terrace, Shirley Theobald, Eowaro Thornas, Sherwooo Tsalanatas, Paul Ulln1an,Nornwen Walker, Lois Watson, David Warrnan, Mildreo Wehofer, Charlotte Weishaar, Norbert Wigent, Mary Wolter, Jarnes Yount, Robert Zeller, Otto M X7 FORREST L. BUCHTEL Director 7 TRAINING and I TERIVIEDIATE TRAINING PERSONNEL Jean Andrews, Louis Arnold, Alberta Bauer, Robert Beck, Bryce Blair, Edward Boening, June Borg, Dorothy Carlson, Howard Cramer, Jack Cotharin, Sally Coyle, Thomas Crehore, Fred Dannhauer, Robert Dick, Warren Dodt, Jane Fleming, John Flodin, Betty Fullerton, Howard Gielow, John Grey, Elmer Gustayson, Joe Giarnbrone, Elmer Hoetfer, Meta Markey, Bill McConnell, Don Mische, Don Nelson, Paul Olson, Thomas O'Reilly, Phil Pagano, Alice Pierson, Florence Pohley, Patricia Rahn, William Roule, Leonard Schillen, Robert Schottelc, Jane Shirk, Cecil Swanson, Peter Thompson, David Watson, Ruth Weisgerber, and Ernest Worsek. INTERMEDIATE PERSONNEL Robert Anderson, Joan Dierssen, Dolores Freimuth, Joseph Giambrone, John Gillier, Don Glowen, Norman Hawkinson, Charles Hoppe, Robert Koehler, Gloria Kropke, Henry Kusse, Jeanne Lange, Fern Maier, Socrates Markos, Don Nordensten, Jean O'Reilly, Janice Palmer, George Parker, Alice Pierson, Doris Schneider, Virginia Seeberg, Jane Shirk, Robert Tillotson, Fred Valdiyia, Robert Zimmanck, The intermediate and training bands enable beginners to learn group cooperation and aids them in mastering their own particular instruments. With etticient training the members ot these groups soon become proticient enough to advance rapidly to the larger Concert Band. gf . and the oancfpfaye ony BA D PARE TS' SSOCIATIO Qnce every I71OIlt!L "The Band Played On" Tor The Amundsen Band ParenTs' AssociaTion. This year The organizaTion boughT Two new insTrumenTs Tor The band. They also assisTed Mr. BuchTeI, The direcTor, in making The Fall and Spring ConcerTs Tinancial successes by selling adverTising space in The programs. All The members oT The band wiTh Their parenTs wenT on a picnic To The ForesT Preserves on June I4Th. The principal purpose oT The AssociaTion is To purchase new insTrumenTs Tor The young enThusiasTs, Thereby increasing Their musical knowledge and perTecTing Their appreciaTion oT Tine music. OFFICERS Elmer EngquisT ,,,,,,, ,,,. . . ,c,,,, .. , PresidenT Guy A. Millard c,,,,,,,,, ,. Vice-PresidenT I-Ienry Bauer .. , . .. Treasurer Mrs. W. A. Kraemer., .. , ,,... Recording SecreTary Mrs. E. Sweeney. ...,,. ,.... , . ...... .. . .......... Corresponding SecreTary DIRECTORS F. L. BuchTeI C. M. Tausig I-I. E. Ellis WaITer R. Nappe ,.... ,. ,....,.,....... .. , ,. . . PresidenT EmeriTus Our sincere Thanlcs To our former Treasurer Ray A. Miller Tor his TaiThTuI services Tor many years. We deeply regreT ThaT illness necessiTaTed his resigning Trom The oTTice oT Treasurer. PARE T-TEACHER ASSOCIATIO I gil? Twarerzt-Qcjeacfzer HSSOCI-Gfl'OIlOT Amundsen High Schaal was organ- ized in The year I93I. During iTs Ten years oT exisTence iT has grown and prospered unTil iT has become an inTegraI parT oT The school. The P.T.A. creed ciTes The main purposes oT This organizaTion To be: I. The promoTion oT parenT educaTion. 2. The deveIopmenT oT undersTanding beTween parenTs and educaTors. 3. The TosTering oT a communiTy Triendship and sociabiIiTy. 4. The parTicipaTion in sTudenT aid. The year ending in June, I94I, has been an especially pIeasanT and proTiTabIe one. An educaTional program on The Theme, "Building ATTiTudes Toward a Higher Americanismf' was developed and carried ouT rnosT successTuIIy. New oTTicers were insTalled by Mrs. Guy A. Millard, newly eIecTed direcTor of disTricT 24, aT a meeTing on May 8Th. PRESIDENT.. .. . . ..,. Mrs. George Vrooman IsT VICE PRESIDENT ,. .,.. Mrs. R. L. Crehore 2nd VICE PRESIDENT ..... , Mrs. Carl Tausig 3rd VICE PRESIDENT Mrs. R. C. Royse RECORDING SECRETARY ..,. .Mrs. R. M. SwiTzer CORRESPONDING SECRETARY , ,Mrs. Franlc A. Carelin TREASURER. . . .... . Mrs. C. Williams I-IISTORIAN , , , , ,, ,, ,..... Mrs. A. Lewand AUDITOR ,,,,,, H ,, , ., , .. ,,... Mrs. Pearl Crouch Mrs. Millard presenTed Mrs. J. M. Farrow, ouTgoing presidenT, wiTh an engraved bar Tor her presidenT's pin which she had received when she concluded her Term oT oTTice aT WaTers School. dfumi 5 0 DR lVlA fjirf. MARION PHILBRICK FALL CLASS Director FRONT ROW: M. Pultord, R, Spanier, H. Case, B. Wilson, J. Hansen, M. Sheridan, H. Cokins, S. Jones. ROW 2: G. Ackerman, O. Williams, M. Strassheim, C. Walther, A. Erickson, M. Freeding, J. Jacobs, l. Anderson, M. Feichtmeir, Miss Philbrick. ROW 3: F. Tuisl, G. Kiousis, T. Jeannides, J. Honan, K. Sutton, R. Schlogel, J. Weaver, P. Dolan, E. Field. SPRING CLASS FRONT ROW: E. Peters, M. Pultord, M. Nelson, J. Hansen, R. Schlogel, D. Gallowich, C. Walther, H. Case. ROW 2: J. Jacobs, A. Bloom, M. Feichtmeir, G. l-lultman, T. Jeannides, L. Burnett, M. Strass- heim, O. Williams, Miss Philbrick. ROW 3: R. Goldtein, M. Sheridan, J. Peiser, M. Freeding, G. Fuhrmanri, P, Fleming, K. Brosius, G. Ackerman, J. Jones, V. Kohl, B. DeSwarte. ROW 4: B. Stafford, B. Payton, J. Honan, K. Sutton, H. Mauerer, J, Weaver, R. Davis, R. Shaffer, P. Kane, G. Kiousis. C7-lie purpOSe ot the Drama Class is to acquaint the student with the methods ot organization and production ot assembly programs, skits, variety acts, and three- act plays. Both old and modern dramas are studied tor the three-act plays. Many ot the variety show skits and scenes trom our patriotic programs are written by members ot the class. During l94O-4l, under the competent guidance ot Miss Philbrick, the Drama Class presented two threeeact plays, "Charm School" and l'What a Lite". Patriotic assemblies tor Armistice Day, Memorial Day, and Washington and Lincoln Tributes were held. Two variety shows, "The Melody Club" and "A Circus," highlighted this year and called torth enthusiastic applause. lnteresting skits tor Father's Night and P.T.A. Meetings were also given. 6'The play's the thing" 1. Puppets? Or Ceutd they be Ted Schoct, Dot Krett, and Wayhe Gasper? 2. Nite ki-ki-titty, whispers Dorothy Gattcwich. 3. Are you kiddimq someone buddy? 4. Threes company, Ethet, but this is too to-ofo much. 5. "Why Jimmy dear! How Coutd you?' 6. 'lt this is acting, Miss Phitbrick, here Comes Casanova Tuistf' 7, 'Yctfye got him down how what are you saint: tc do'?' 8. Brothers under the Skin-or double teature in noise matcihu. 9. 'Avent yctu a itt'e mixed up? NO, We, the people." ll. Theres a dummy in our midst. iQ. Too Many Giris a usuat. but not tor Jerry. 13, Who done it? F CARL E. HANKWITZ Sponsor HELEN G. FLORY Sponsor RE CL B in 5 as gli? ratSOn Qlelre of Le Cercle Francais is a cultural one. I+ aims to widen and enrich the students horizon and understanding through experiences involving attend- ance at French operas ancl soirees, trips to the Art Institute to view the rich display of French art and architecture, ancl visits to French "cuisine," FRONT ROW: V, Laird, F. Dahlgren, M, Breisse, B. Thompson, D, Claevs, M. Frazier, R. Minasian, L, Logiudice ROW 2: B, Deswarte, D. Desherow, J, Jersev, D. Makinson, J. Coburn, F. Odnnan, N. Paessler, S. Lanwbros, E Karras. ROW 3: M. Thornas, A. Olsen, M. Crowther, M. MacDouqall, E. Peters, D. Rearn, J, Lehrrnan, A MacArthur, B. Lans. ROW 4i V. Fosovlce, J. Carlson, A. Propst, B. Fullerton, J. Maurides, C, Larnaclc, F Libbey, M. McNamara, V. Bereiter, B. Kirkpatrick. FRONT ROW: J. Sanger, L. Malrnquist, R. Zirnrnernnan, D. Schmidt, W. Long, F. Crowther, V. Townlev, L. Albright J, Prather, P. Fleming, B. Murray, L, Rogers, ROW 2: Miss Florv, C. Lciter, D. Paganis, M. Sheridan, B. Farrow A. Benson, M. Jensen, E. Olson, A, Martinson, R. Goldlein, B. Janalcos, J. Novak. ROW 3: L, Crenfier, S, John son, J. deRocher, G. Aclcerrnan, P. Laven, W. Thorne, J, Mehan, H. Papacostas, J. Kosebar, A. Erickson B, Harnpel, V. Kersting. ROW 4: B. Brown, J, K'ueger, J. Gilmore, L. Nelson, B, Schuler, M, Barth, A. McLeod C. Merrifield, R. Nelson, R. Conoev, Gr. Zeiher L. Olson, E. Elliott, L. Corthier. FRE CH L A Christmas basket containing clothing and good food was donated to a needy family by all the French Clubs under Miss Flory's and Mr. l-lanlrwilz's supervision. The club programs include the learning of lollc songs, presenting puppet plays, reporting on interesting historical and literary personalities, and viewing French motion pictures. A A . ' 0 W FRONT ROW: J. Andrew, L. Burnett, L. Golenlco, M. Collins, D. Baurnhart, L. Gilmour, D. Borve, R. Peter- son, D. Carlson, M. Abele, D. Becker, N. Koenig, L. Pctronulos. ROW 2: Mr. l-lankwitz, M. Blankee, J. Martin, M. Nelson, W. Adams, R. Beaubien, J. DeBoc-r, M, Cardy, R. Brandt, M. Salsburg, E. Clinkoiaw, D. Filnian, L, Rasmussen, L. Johnson, N. Calyer. ROW 3: B. Wright, L, Klock, l. Rernoas, R. Parker, G, Stroh, T. Johnson, M. Skibush, L. Jones, M, Taube, L. Haig, N. Mark, L. Erickson, S. Schultz, B. Delawvte. ROW 4: E. Gustav-.om J. Allan B. Chalifie's, A. Warren, G. Mitchell, J. Rgvlicn, A. Voisard, G. Bell, R. MaPinson, P. Lundouist, M. Kane, W. Dodt, J. Broclchoft, J. Mix, R. Shaffer, N. Siebert. FRONT ROW: W. Haag, W. Chandler, M, Baker, B. Karras, J. Layton, T. Willianfs, l-l. Fleming, D. Oddy, H. Krueger, J. Moore. ROW 2: W. Woody, C. Kahn, M. Koch, M. Greenwald, J. Giarnorone, H. Neuert, R. Zuber, L. Greiser, R Fullerton, M. Kosebas. ROW 31 V, Kinnas, G. Burlingame, P. Weiss, B. Tuttle, E. Olund, E. Srnith, F. Poutze, G. Massa, G. Boule, J. l-layes, C. Bloornenthal, A. Diacos, B. Bugquist. ROW 4: J. Phillips, M. Pullord, L, Rickan, P. Ly'nan, E. Smith, I, Malleris, l. Katsahnias, M. Fischer, G. Kosebas, R. Estabrook, V. Carr, L, Schwartz, M. Kalodirnos, M. Mori, GREEK LB FRONT ROW: C. Gallanis, E. Stupas, M. Papas. D. Petmezas, A. Demos, l. HartokoTis, A. Geocaris, M. Kosebas, J. Kosebas, A. Mouzakis. ROW 2: O, Maniates, G. Seretis, G. Tribes, M. Kadwantones, M. Liakos, C. Mermiqas, L. FToros, T. Christopoulos, D. Oloster, W. Mitcheil, D. Vassifalcos. ROW 3: M. Memos, H. Wmiams, V. Kolehes, V. DeMos, A. Beizelos, W. ATZOS, O. Fouiris, O. Dorve, E. Komnzas, J. Condos, O. Demas, L. Toskas, A. Beals. ROW 4: C. ChristopouTos, S. BetzeTos, N. Kyriazes. A, Statlwis, H. Constantine. P. Astrenedes, A, Astrene, G, Atsaves, N. Lianos, J. Polychromes, R. Demos, P. Speer, A. Diakoumis. JEAN ETTE KOSEBAS Treasurer NICKOLAS KYRIAZES Vice-President M.6.LAMATY LIAKOS Secretary CONSTANCE MERMIGAS President PETER T. KAPSALIS Sponsor iiiiiiii CLUB FRONT ROW: D. Canacakos, K. Kouletus, M. Menas, M. Gavrilis, F. Chirikos, O. Sarros, H. Papa- costas. C. Patras. E. Spiropoulos, H. Spiropoulos. ROW 2: H. Gelfis. M. Gregory, l.. Chioles. C. FeFles M. Canacakos, H. Nickols, M. Anastos, C. Stasincs, V. Askounis, B. Askounis, M. LeTTheris. ROW 3 G. Asvero, E. Giannaris, B. Giannaris, H. Garepis, J. Cimos, B. Vosinotis, V. Canacakos, D. Korkoneas P. Korkoneas. ROW 4: H. Zavakos, A. Hartokolis, Z. Hartokolis, P. Vertogias, S. Manos, 6. Livas. B. Gianopulos, R. Rapadenis. A. Antcn, O. Kousis. wht. 610811011 Club, under The capable supervision oT Mr. Kap- salis has conTribuTed much To Amundsen. The Hellenic secTion oT our school library has obTained many new books which were conTribuTed by The Club. A beauTiTul painTing was also presenTed To The school Tor The Social Room. The annual dances sponsored by The Greek Club provided Them wiTh excellenT enTerTainmenT, and The proceeds were used To provide These splendid giTTs. Money was also conTribuTed To The Greek War RelieT Fund. The TranslaTion oT The Club's TiTle is, "We are Triends Toreverf' Herein we Tind The True spiriT oT This organizaTion. lTs principal aim is To preserve and spread inTeresT in The Hellenic language and To TurTher knowledge oT Hellenic culTure and arT. Since iTs organizaTion in The Fall oT W38. The Greek Club has shown a sTeady progression. Plans are discussed and TormulaTed aT The meeTings under The leaders ship oT The Club's compeTenT presidenT, ConsTance Mermigas, This year, Tor The TirsT Time, pins were boughT by members oT The Club. The Greek Clubis program Tor The TuTure includes many new and inTeresTing plans, which are desTined To conTinue iTs crescendo. LATI at S. P. Q. R.-SENATORES FRONT ROW: l. Matthes, B, As- kounis, R. Spanier, M. Sparks, J. O'Grady, H. Case, C. Goldman, L. Wahlquist. ROW 2: H. Deright, S. Stauber, S. Lauten, M. Tempinsti, C, Koutris. M, Johnson, D. Dahlstrom. ROW 3: E. Thoeloald, L. Heiden- bluth, M. Shirk, W. Fleming, J. Mc- Millan, P. Miller, J. Weayer, J. Weckler, M. Eide. S. P. Q. R.-EQUITES FRONT ROW: G. Lindgren, R, Jerger, G. Vrooman, M. Ptau, C. Reyner, E, Magnuson, M. Pennino, V. Satford, H. Constantine, P, Gerber, A. Fluckinger. ROW 2: Mrs. Davis, M. Hester, B. Bennett, G. Newlands, E. Draugelis, S, Terrace, J. Sanders, E. Cletcher, B. Swanson, M. Gray, M. Warman, ROW 3: S, Meinert, C. Meyer, L. Trethaway, E. Lynn, G. Gramlich, D. Doleman, E. Steele, C, Walance, M. Stern, M. Sonderman. ROW 4: J. Gummer- man, E. Hynes, C. Hedstrom, P. Lam- bros, P, Olson, A. Berlinger, J. Mar' shall, P. Pagano, R. Gerwing, W, Casper, W. l-lolmbeck. .........., , . tw .ii .M Q ,,,? ,Q W C9716 PLUYQOSQ ot the Latin Club is to gain "knowledge through playwf knowledge ot the background ot ancient Roman lite by means ot the intormal atmosphere ot a club. Otticers, bearing Latin titles, compose programs tor the meetings and conduct proceedings ot the club. Presidents ot the Club are known as consuls, the treasurers are called quaestors, and program chair- men are aediles. 4 we LATI L B A Typical program includes llwe lransaclion of necessary business and provides lallcs on a subiecl of inleresl, sucl'i as 'rlrie Lalin calendar, Cicerds lellers. or Roman foods. An inleresling and amusing game usually ends 'flue program. Jumbled words and plwrases and Hinlormalion, pleasel' are examples of flue games based on recenlr class work. These games are arranged by The aedile. Prizes in flue form of lOO's are awarded lo llwe winners. gi x in 'H s,,'f ,. ...,is -' W "' , . syyiss . Q PRO SEVENTH PERIOD FRONT ROW: N. Rlioaes, S. Hein: D. Heinke, R. Salmon, C. Connolly J. Rotratz. ROW 2: G. Schweer, J McBride, M. Vagodies, B. Glees, B Johnson, J. Wittmeyer, E. Gustke, P Collins. ROW 3: W. Kressner, V. Van Houqlwion, J. Gibson, M. Harding, L Kreissl, V. Munson R. Kathleen, A Beal, J. Watson. FOURTH PERIOD NT ROW: B. Morris, R. Davis E. Strasslieim, M. Russell, B, Long L. Ring, M. Erikson. ROW 2: B Rauscner, S. Coyle, E. Flodberg, J Fairbanks, R. Fredrickson, J, Kiefer J. Hagen. ROW 3: P. Woolman, P Rann, T. Knielinq, I.. Cory, F. Mc C1 ick A Bo D. Fitzpavigk. u'nakis, M. Peterson L TI CLUB CONTINUED EIGHTH PERIOD FRONT ROW: P. Zeller, M. Mattes, J. Burkland, B. Wall, M. Becker, B. Deright, M. Doetsch, M. Trirnble. ROW Z: J. Borders, M. Didier, B. Marks, S. Schiffer, D. Bauer, F. Mangan, J. Stout, A. lver- son, N. Dunn, M. Erskine. ROW 3: T. O'Reilly, B. Jensen, B, Blair, H. Sweeney, P. Elliott, E, Drew, J. Mager, W. Barbour, J. Milford, L. Fernes. ' ' . . - ,owes-Y rests. g s I s. P. Q. R.-PLEBES . FRONT ROW: J. Grinde, E, Nichols, M. Zurich, L. Wanen, A. Frey, G. Thoma, R. Ullman, J. Chirpe, L. Whalen, M. Pedersen, R. Weisgerber, J. Schatter. ROW 2: Mrs. Davis, R. Swetrnan, D. Nelson, R. Youngren, M. Hott, G. Hagerrneyer, A. Koch, B. Wiese, B. Evans, A. Brorns, M, Simmons, T. Robinson. ROW 3: S. Wenske J. Kornmer, I. Koehler, D. Britton, J. Huclspeth, A. Enarson, G. Anastos, K. Peterson, R. Flannery, G. Hultrnan, D. Jones, R. Walsh, R. Hughes, P. Butler. ROW 4: B. Mclntyre, M. Eadie, D. Wittrnever, D. Harz, J. Rogus, R. Breese, J. Parker, H. Selander, J. Larson, S. Leuricella, L. Okerberg, H. White, V. Seeberq, D. Bushelle. Any dues collected by the Club are used to buy materials or books tor the Latin Department. Under Miss Kron's and Mrs. Davis's guidance, the Latin Clubs have enioyed an interesting and educational year. L TI CL B coNT1NUEn ELEVENTH PERIOD FRONT ROW: G. MiUard, M. Brotman, M. Deardorff, L. Mitcnell, J. Baldaccinf, S. Woodford, B. Bruhn P. Cory. ROW 2: J. Drganc, F. Spencer, T. Glenn, C. Schneider, B. Rannsauer, J. McGuire, V. Wood L. Masten, E. Baird, D. LaveNe. ROW 3: A. Baldaccini, L. Knapp, D. Kiesgen, S. Frazier, T. Crenore J. Snirk, B. Verser, H. Hochrienw, V. Ghznnfnf, R. Ford. TWELFTH PERIOD FRONT ROW: M. Kromenaker, R. Kull, M. BeJrowsxi, 6. Anderson, P. McNevIn, D. Watson, J. Trfmbhe, L. Strebel, G. Orlock. ROW 2: A. MaNoney, J. Kors M. Schuiz, L. Kocianis, B. Lindbioorn, A. Mclieever, P. Steele, V Rebensforf, B. Bauman, C. Carelin. ROW 3: M. Walsh, R. Fitzgfbbon, J. Lavelle, R. Seitz, W. Alrnquist, P. Booih, R. Walance, M. Connors, C. Geoffrey. N nowfecfge thru p ay" L TI L B coiiiiiiumi gn. fyguflf' wasdeli- nitely the motto ot Mrs. Meierdierks' L a ti n C I u b. Meetings were held on Fri- days and the program con- sisted ot Latin spelldowns and card games. Interesting reports were also given on Latin myths, FRONT ROW: S. Berg, M. Leprich, D. Carver, B. Williams, D, Walker, A. Klaqes, D. Andersen, ROW 2: Mrs. Meierdierks, M. Petersen, J. Christof- tel, A. Gustafson, D, Liedstrand, P. Hultrnan, M. Berkshire. ROW 3: J. Ockerlund, J. Schoenbeck, A, Tide- nnan, M. Pistorio, P, Lockerrie, Glowen, R. Mclnerney, H. Carelin. ROW 4: J. Gekas, S. Natzke, J. Gray, A. Lorincz, F. Dannhauer, D. Thonnpf son, A, Fisher, L. Ekdahl, VV. Carl- A 1 E, ,... sponsorship strives to foster a better rel 1H C L U B Qgrlre Csjparlfigh Club, under Miss Du Bot .........-ann... V '+ w A 1 , Wi' tionship between North ai South America. From the dues ol last s mester, a Victrola and re ords were purchased, ai now Spanish records a bought and played at eai meeting. FRONT ROW: C. Johnson, L. Murley, Honan, A. Erickson, M. Wigent, I. Kii M. Ficht, R. Soahr, J. Ludwig, ROW J. Rasmussen, D. Shackelton, D. Bianc J. Bork, J, Roach, W. Stieber, M. Batt son, I. Sassrnannshausen, B. Schultz, Morgan, A. Hein, A. Parker. ROW E. Frue, J. Donges, R. Nielsen, M. Cavera, S. Kaltenborri, G. Iverson, Gustafson, J. Vandenbosch, E. Andersi R. Bleidt, W, Westrich, U, Freeding, Johnson, E. McNan'iera. ROW 4: Hachmeister, P. McNeIly, J. Marshall, Fahey, W. Lopotko, L, Schillen, R. Hunt R. Dahlberq, C. Swanson, S, llin, R. Olsi H. Steinhoft, H, Bartholomew. ROW J. Nicholson, D. Berg, T. Kendall, Speirs, J, Stack, L. Bell, R. Roth, Lewis, D. Lees, P. Frantell, N, Ullrnan, Broadbent, R. Carlson. IDA S. DuBOFF Sponsor FRONT ROW: P, Christrhan, D, Sta W. Gilbert, M, Batterson, R. Niels C. Kraenner, J, Vanden Bosch, C. Jo son, M. Bruce, N. Ray. ROW 2: Ducrr, G, Luridfark, D. Stewart, J. Mo han, G. Fuhvrann I-l, Bartholomew, Booeen, R. Bleidt, I. Gustafson. ROW R. Sloan, J. Ludwig, M. Hausen, Geiqer, A. Anderson, R. Koehler, A. H IN perg J. Soehrrnarin, D. Cronberg, D. Soii, D, Anderson I. King. ROW 4: Thoipson, E. Worsen, R. Harnrrier, Connor, D. Berg, E. Davidson, E. Ce son, J. Loniax, J. LaRue, R. Carlson. PAIHCLB l-RONT ROW: E. Johnson, M. Dugo, D. Kinskinen, H. Vosinotis, R. Sanders, V. Ahlstrand, M. Timmef, A. Hell- berq, D. Stake. ROW 2: A. Osterkorn, D. Collignon, W. Gilbert, T. Moore, E. Davidsen, D. Magnuson, 6. Gilbert, E. Nystrom, R. Remmer, M. Larson, L. Borgeson, R. Ste'nlof'f. FRONT ROW: P. Ramsey, M. Johnson, H. Kozaida, G. Zemel, R. Huenderf, M. Genin, J. Soehrmann, H. Staeger, M. Markey, P. Daniels, V. Berberian, E. Decker. ROW 2: Miss Stample, F. Olsen, J. Renckert, V. Salter, D. Kuhns, M. Milling, J. Borg, E. Carlsen, H. Bodeen, M. Mellema, L. Lietzow, B. Johnson, A. Motta, R. Sloan. ROW 3: J. Hoffman, P. Peterson, C. Nielsen, R, Swiskow, M. Ma'tens, M. Lewis, R. Wilson, E. Worsek, A. G-leener, T. McHugh, E. Robinson, D. Schubert, A. Rusk, D. Wilson, F. Weishaar. ROW 4: H. Wilson, R. Mueller, P. Chadwick, R. Schmock, W. Rogowskey, M. Slack, A. Bice, W. Van Houghton, B. Ginlev. M. Sleeth, B. Slack C. Peterson, R. Pearson K. Holsinger, F. Balmes. A IAQ CS?JClIIl.SA classes under lvlrs. Kelso's guidance are organized into clubs. The purpose ot these clubs is to turther the knowledge ot the members in Spanish and Latin American culture and history. They also endeavor to appreciate more tully the beauty ot the Spanish language. Club meetings are held once every iwo weeks and usetul tacts are interestingly presented in the torm ot student reports. Films pictorially teach the members about their Spanish neighbors. The president ot the ZA Clubs are Vaughn Stieber and Ted Lewis. Lawrence Bell and Audrey Kelly lead the lA Clubs and Evelyn Olsen wields the gavel in the IB Cub. GERNI LUB , FRONT ROW: G. Zemke, L. Wagner, D. O'Laugl1lin, Mr. VVeinberg, M. Weiss, P. Ernst, E. Goller, L. Hoelter ROW 2: E. Lass, M. Eder, I. Joanowits, C. Rausctiert, H, Gielow, H, Duwentester, M. Zell, B. Seifert, A. Reiten bach. ROW 3: R. Dick, A. Geweke, L. Oelsctilaeger, H. Krueger, G. Krueger, T. Elcherrnueller, L. Kurz, E Untermeir, D. Tnelner. ROW 4: W, Schaller, P. Neubert, F. Weik, J. Seifert, W. Donewald, E. Strauch, H Neuman, K. Echtenacher, M. Nirntz, C. Ehrhart. FRONT ROW: D. Popescul, M. Welsh, R. Scnwab, A. Steele, E. Endres, D. Weisgerber. ROW 2: J. Wilcox A. Witt, V. Ernard, C. Bereiter, F. Datilberg, l, Puls, L. Kaufman, ROW 3: Mr, Weinberg, R. Keppler, G Tscnudy, L. Lass, D. Cook, J. Letang, V. Kastens. ROW 4: M. Holzmann, G. Florian, F. Dopheide, D. Danaher F. Ertiardt, A. Karoff, E. Anderstrom. LOUIS WEINBERG Sponsor Cglle purpose mc Jfhe German Club is Interesting talks and recitations are also to study informally German literature, art, given by the fT1GmlDGFS- and customs: in a word, all those things . W ' ' ' l tl'- wlwiclw comprise German culture. Under Mr embelgs gema and e I During H18 meemqgs which are held cient supervision, the members ot the Ger- every second Friday, German songs are man Club have enlOYeCl ment' Pleasanl' sung and German records are played. hours. STRIAL RT FRONT ROW' R Jonnsor L Sturuas R. Fuchs, R. Norton, D. Reese, R. K'o lun A. Heckl, E. Klarrluisl, W. Schwartz, J. Stecker, P. Lawrenor. ROW 2: Mr. McLeod, C. Walther, Sec-,nj E. Scl'in'nuel, 6. Scluweqel L. Alt- rnayer, H. Carlson, I. Anderson, J. Freskos M. Golk, W. Elenz, J. Brunsell, F. Braunz, N. Mitcluell. R. Hale, ROW: 3: R. Zeller, W. Flenuing, R. DeMeyer, H. Coleman, W. Peterson, T. Johnson, D. McLeod, R. Caldwell. P. Flor- Jak H A I' N Sotern W Rulu W Graves T Anderson N Bm adon. ROW 4: W. Prassas W. Rynuan, , . arue, . , . l, . , , , . g D. Gilbertson, J. Brown, H. Gustafson, R. Lescluen R. Germain, J. Lutscr, K. Grutzvnacner, P, Sbicker, G. Wielule K. Tluonrson E. Narxolski, W. Hodqkinsoru, W. Zecnfs, F. Sondoerg, A. Hevrbd. FRONT ROW: R. Weiss. D. Gloweru, J. Glees, E Haake' J, Flfuruuing, D. Carver, R, Favaro, A. Olson, R. Gartner, D. Fordensferu. ROW 2: Mr. MQLF-od, C. Waliner, Secyuj C. Funk, D, Joseon J. Deoes. J. Govrell, C. Linoewuueyer, R. Seivfvf, G. Nelson, R. Olson C. Fiscleq W. Wa vez ROW 3t H. Waeruke W. Value E. Bqurknecrt, 6. Adarns, W. Scluerfzinger, R. Jolunsc' W. Spin-gl, J. Jvnsen B. Kronn, M. St. Rie're, G. Newuuuan I R. Pollock, V. Tlgerrnan. J. Wenzel. ROW 4: R. West, J. Nosbaunu, R. Slrouruberq, R. F'ank, A. Saul J. Welsh, R. Kowell, M. Bice, M, Slack, N. Surface J. Gilllfrs W Scnluefer, R. Weiss, J. Slsflfnn, E. Sclueidei IAN MacLEOD Sponsor glllllblilllillg book learning wiflu pracf fical experience, flue boys of flue lndusfrial Arfs Classes are wonf fo describe fluis course of sfudy as inferesfinq and pracfical. Affer acquiring a knowledge of flue sub- iecf flurouglu flue use of flueir fexfs and flue reference library, flue boys apply flueir knowledge in flue laborafory. Wifn flue aid of luand fools and small rnacluines, many useful arflcles are efficienfly consfrucfed under flue supervision of lvlr. Anqlemire and Mr. lVlacl.eod. Rl... ALPHA CHAPTER FRONT ROW: V, Brosnahan, K, Rhodes, J. Christiansen, ROW 2: Miss Carlotta, P. Miller, M. Har ding, L. Vlasalc, M. Eadie, D. Dixon. ROW 3: L. Borgeson, H. Skow, V. Hetland, J. Barcrott, C. Walther M. Glowen, M. Colan. ROW 4: B. Colley, D. Strandell, Jean Christottel, J. Schoenbech, L. Petropulos M. Williams, O. Ackerman, June Christottel, A. Loeding. ROW 5: J. Davidsen, H. Schulze, J. Perry B. Callaghan, M. Laverty, P. Laven, S. Allen, M. Ptau, M. Crarner, M. Brooks. ww J V J xvqt EVANGELINE CARLOTTA PHYLLIS MILLER Sponsor President C9t'Li-ga'-yglilfs strive to create and rnain- tain high standards ot Christian character. This year a part ot their varied program consisted ot a Harvest Hop and a Strawberry Festival. Miss Carlotta and Miss Dutty, sponsors ot the Alpha and Beta Chapters, guided the girls through a rnost successtul year. The Alpha Chapter with its president, Phyllis O O O BETA CHAPTER OW 2 Miss Duffy D Fiebig M. Thornton, J. FRONT ROW: B. Spahr, C. Goldman, R. Garrity. R z , . , Herdrnan, P, Belonga, A. Blornqren. ROW 3: P. Cordes, D. Ream, S. Wiclcersheinw, S. Lauten, M. W'l n. ROW 4: P. Ryan, S. Stauber, C. Stabell, H. Carelin, K. V Keller, M. Kinlcle, L. Fray, L. l-loelter, B. iso Ziegler, M. Rile, E. Olson, P. Norton. ROW 5: C. Johnson, L. Trethafay, E. Rogers, . Blanlcee, V. Leibinger, L, Lass, D. Thurman, O. Williams, W. Miller. 5 V N W9 .,??T' CJ l JEANNE HERDMAN President h 'cl arr and allended rhe Miller, wenl on a ay-ru e p y Triel-lifY Circus. Jeanne l-lerdman, presidenr of The Bela Chapler hich organized lasl Seplember, is also presidenl W of all lhe cily chaplers. This group gave a roller- slcaring parry and succeeded in winning lhe Volley- . . d ball lournamenr in which live chaplers, sponsore by The Wilson Avenue cornpered. l 1' ...... MRS. WILMA C. DUFFY Sponsor HI - 07118 spring S?Hl9SfQI' has lealured 'rhe mosl successful program known in Ihe hislory of The Hi-Y. Sponsored by Mr. Jorndl, Ihis Club encourages boys Io uphold line characler Iradilions. The Club members gave a roller-skalinq parfy and also allendecl rhe Avalon Showboal radio broadcasl. Many dances and socials were also given. Ollen characlerized as one of Amundsen's mosl popular clubs, Ihe Hi-Y also Ieaches sludenl leadership and cooperalion. up FRONT ROW: J, Parent, D. Dolernan, W. Johnson, H. Deright, W. Griffith, H, Woody, E. Schnabel, J. Byrne ROW 2: A, Guy, G. Goff, R. Brown, R. Becker, J. Wolter, W. Massett, J. Richardson, W. Donewald, R. Dreves ROW 3: H. Davenport, R. Wood, N. Ullman, B. Huntington, R. Sternloff, A. Schlurnpl, W. Thorpe, F. Barr P. Bouchard, R. Decker. ROW 4: J. King, R. Parker, E. Colegrove, A. Voisard, R. Schrridt, G. Bodeen, R. Abboti J. Phillips, W, Long, W Barber, K. Vollrnar, R. Blessing, J. Connolly. WILLIAM JOHNSON LOUIS C. JORNDT WALLACE GRIFFITH RresidentfJanuarv Sponsor President-June RED CROSS C7lLliS y6'ClI' the Red Cross has organized tirst aid classes and nursing courses. A tield trip through Cook County Hospital was undetaken. Thirty-tive lapboards were contributed to Hines Hospital and ten sets ot baby clothes were completed. Mary Sue Kinlcle and Vaughn Sattord attended the Red Cross Convention at Washington, D. C. FRONT ROW: B. Callaghan, S. Lauten. l v Ci. Hotes, V. Sattord, M. Kinlcie, A. Valos, B. Wilson. ROW 2: T, Kess J. Ludwig, A. Broncs V. Larson . Krowlca, R. Jergeq P. Laven, S. Allan, M. Thornton. ROW 3: E. Peters, G. Hultrnan, L. Knaoo, D. Grzelak, M. Kachantones, R. Cook, G. Marlcey, P. Mclxlellv. ROW 4: R. Krier, L. Lawson, L. Oke'oe'g. J. Herdman, K. Sutton H, Drusc' P. Gaul, V. Biurst'om N. Koen'g. I Y ARSHAL CS?JQ?Cll and OWJQI' is the goal set by the Amundsen Marshals, sponsored by Mr. Donald Anglemire. Each boy in this group is assigned an area ot the building and guards a certain post during tire drills. A report written at the end ot the drill gives intormation on the alertness, speed, and orderliness with which the various rooms passed this post. All reports are submitted to Mr. Perry. Marshals also supervise the seating and conduct ot all paid assemblies given in the school. During the past year the boys have done a splendid iob in tultilling the purpose ot their organization. FRONT ROW: W. Stiepei W. Jo' seon, J. Hansen J. Phillips, J. Honan. ROW 2: R. Hangel, J. Roach, W. Walters, H. Nelson, H. Hu'witZ. D. Willha'd, S. Davis, ROW 3i D. Sarruelson, K. Vollrvia' W. Sriltitn, R. Schmidt E. We-ndtlano T. Hinos. LIBRARY TAFF mesplte circularing rumors, 'rhe lruclcing in 'rhis sraid spol is done a four-wheeled book-lruclc. The rourine rhylhm is due ro our cienf librarian, Miss Evers, and 'ro virluoso worlc of her willing helpers puf in a few fancy sreps where They mosr needed. The gay and original bullerin bo have added a sparkling Jrouch lo worlc of +his year. SEATED: Annarnae Vale, Shirley Stielow, Jean only willl erfi- lhe who are ard: lhe DE O'Grady. STANDING: Lorraine Harrison, Mari- Iynn Clausen, Geraldine Grenon. JEAN EVERS Librarian STAFF MEMBERS FRONT ROW: B. Chalmers, B. Peclc, Krueger, S. Stielow, J. O'Grady, M. Cla J. u sen, L. Harrison, G, Grenon, V. Reben 2 storf, J. Pullord, M. Nelson. ROW H. Bodeen, L. Wagner, G. Staeger, C. Koutris, M. Hoff, C. Hoff, S. Shirrner, V. Kersting, B. Harnpel, D. Stan, A. Propst, M. Zurich. ROW 3: A. Hess, N. Rieker, L. Breidinger, S. Woodford, V. Berberian, L. Marinson, H. Case, A. Dwyer, F. Sotern, V. Kinnas, M. Radfor d . J. Kornrner, P. Martin. ROW 4: H. Preuhs, M. Yagodics, D. Fisher, H. Larn- L bos, L. Strebel, D. McCambridge, Knapp, J. Andros, B. Jensen, V. Munson, J. McBride, M. Govis, J. Broclchog. 6 ITLUC 0178 v.gt4'ClVQ Q Nfl 4'QCl 4718 v TUDE JANET CRONIN Presidente-January FRONT ROW: R. Bloomfield P. Euler, R. Ford, S. Parman, W. Long, A. Schlueter, J. Polachek. B. Tuttle, F. Sotern, P. Daniels, M. Marlcey. ROW 2: A. Tideman M. Lavertv, B. Glees, L. H-gelter, J. Stout, B. Zimmerman, M. Zurich, B. Becker, G. Lundrnarlc, W. Kressner, N. Rhodes, M. Ptau J. Chiroe G, Schweer. ROW 3: C. Colegrove, M. Johnson, M. Kalodimos, M. Stern, M. Shirk, M. Milling, D. Fischer, W. G-lowen. D, Rearn, A. Mc' Keevef, J. MCG-uire, N. Koenig, B, Spahr. ROW 4: D. Willhard, J. Cronin, E. Rogers, J. Ockerlund, P. Lam' bros, D. Dovekas, T. Moore, P. Frantell, L. Fernes, J. Ma'- tin, E. Worsek, D. Thurman. MRS. DORIS S. DILLON Sponsor FRONT ROW: M. Johnson, M. H. Torp, M. Stern, P. Lambros, W. C. Menefield, P. Ahstrom, R. Ford, Kressner, Halstead J. Mehan. ROW 2: B. Krasny, H. Deright, D. K'ell, H C. Kinnas, M. Rite-, . Krell, E. Wo'Sek, R. Hangel C. Cole grove, D. Fischer. ROW 3 S. Markos, T. Kesses, R. Fossc D. Bicicel, L. Kevill, N, Rhooes, L. Dittman, D. Jones, J. Stout M. Lavertv, I. Berg, ROW 4: S. Davis. A. Lorincz, M. Kaio' dirrios, C. Rarxer, J. Poly chrones, W. Griltith, W. Long, S, Parrnan, M. Moon, V. Mai' B. Verser. PANTELIS LAMBROS President-June T OU ave g g M ra It vi-.non f f 4 Rlilll .J 'VK li' r lr ff CQAP CDOUITCIY offers an R pipiortunity tor the student to realize, through experi- ence, the privileges and responsibilities ot a democracy. Under the guidance ot Mrs. Dillon it also strives to stimulate a cooperative school spirit. The organization is particularly proud ot the open meetings held betore three assemblies, the improvement in washroom tacilities, the tea tor Chicago delegates to the State Convention, assistance given on treshmen programs, and the largest delegation trom a Chicago school to the State Convention at Springtield, on April 25th and 26th. During the second semester the Council met daily and began to accomplish detinite purposes. The Student Council has always aimed to create tor itselt an essen- tial place in Amundsens school lite. CIL A10 ALHO OR CglLei,fl6ZfliOIlCl! WOIIOI' CSDOCFQIH has chapters in every stale, 2600 chapters in all. The society is sponsored by the Principals' Department ol the National Educational Association. The aim ol the members ol this organization is lo acquaint others ol the importance ol school citizenship and character. Membership requirements are based on character and service as well as on scholarship and is by invitation only. Gold pin holders lo whom an invita- tion is exlenclecl appreciale the honor beslowed upon lhem lor many benelils . lg-f OCIETY JUNE MILLER, Treasurer DOROTHY HARRIS, President AUDREY PLAATJE, Vice-President MARY ANNE DUNSHEATH, Seeretary JUNE OFFICERS FRONT ROW: Dolores Schmio Allan Lorincx lrene Sassrnannsna. sen, Shirley Parnan. ROW 2: M Bootticher, Mrs. Ind, Mrs. Snrriot Mrs. Davis Mrs. Avirhouser. JANUARY MEMBERS mom ROW: L Krnuch E. Eale S. Alferotrx, M. G.i'1tr'e' l Harris, M. Dunsheath, J. Mille B. 'Nedgwoitlr E. Leonard, . Slnacxel, H. Schulze, B. Britt. RON 2: Mr. Boetticher, G. Zeiher, l Schrrridt J. Sanger, V. Bereitnr, N Thornton, M. Williams, D. Fi: big, B. Farrow, C. Vogel, H, Cas. M. Vanderoloonr, Mrs. Davis. RO! 3: W. Thorpe S. Cook Shimltis, M. Swanson, A. Schluete A. Johnson, M. Barth, E. Eklim I. Sassrnannshausen, R. Zimme- rran, C. Bassler, M. C-lowen J Hartokolis, E. Ficlo. ROW R. Shaffer, S. Parnian, W. Sri fith, W. Long, R. Meynen, A. Lorincg, J. Weaver, L. Bertrir J. Asplund, H. Deright. JUNE MEMBERS FRONT ROW: M. Thornton, Ci Bassler, D. Herdegen, A, Hartf lcolis, M. Swanson S. Cook, Parman, M. Barth, W. Grillith, 4 Case, B. Farrow, V. Bereitcr, Glowen, D. Schmidt, l. Sassman shausen, A. Scnluetcr, R. Schaffe A. Lorincx. ROW 3: C. lvlerirfqa P, Griffith, L. Peterson. D, Kre hl. Erickson, A. Johnson, M. W- Lonq, J. Herornari. ROW 4: Eclcl, G. Stone, R. Ferdinancuse J. Ellis, V. Hetland, G. Carlso M. McKee, H. Hurwitz, Z. Hart lcolis, V. Vlasak, H. Bartholornei J. Martin. ROW 5: A. Hess, C Tausig, J. Prather, S. Staube C. Koutris, D. Hechrnann, Heidenbluth, C. Geavaras, l Peterson L. l-lvier, D. Antes. l Crowth-er, A. Glassgen, G. Goa Derzqht. ROW Z: C. Vogel, ll lx iiarris, J. Condon, C. Parker, Na H0 IIB IICIIITY CONTINUED may be derived from il. Members receive a gold seal on fheir diplomas and a membership card al gradualion. This recognilion oflen aids Ihe sludenl applying for a scholarship or a job. The Chicago Chaplers have formed a Cily Council wilh officers and monfhly meelings. Alrer Irhe complelion of business defails, Ihe meeling becomes social and dancing or olher enlerrainmenl is provided. Bronze, silver, and gold pins are local scholarship honors and require Iwo, four, and six semeslers respeclrively on Ihe Ace Lisl. For Ihe bronze pin Ihe semeslers musl be conseculive. In order +0 oblain a place on 'rhe Ace Lisl a sludenl is required Io have an average of E. SILVER PINS FRONT ROW: E. Olson, D, Dahlstrorr, D. Rearn, M. Gray, G. Tschudy, L. Schulze, C. Patras, A, Niemeier. ROW 2: D. Larson, J. Coburn, P. Euler, M. Fichl, M. Kinkle, J. Chrisiiansen, S. Wickersheinr G. Kahn. ROW 3: M. Sperks, M. I-Iarnling, L. Martinson, R. Sparier, R, Hendry, C. Reyner, E. Carlsen, M. Bauer. ROW 4: L. Halverson, D. Col- liqnon, L. Morgan, I, Hartokolis, 'A. Bloorn, E. Rogers, L. Okerberg, J. Krueger. ROW 5: L. Faigen, E. Johnson, G. Millard, B. Wright, W. Casper, P. Lundcuist, L. Fernes. I BRONZE PINS FRONT ROW: C. Rossle, A, Brorno, J. Chirpe, J. Grinoe, E. Alzos, E. Evans, A, Koch, M. Johnson, H. Paras. ROW 2: M. Geiger, B. Deriqht, G. Zcrnke, A, Hellberq, A. Steele, L. I-loelter V. Krowka J. Stout, P. Dan- iels. ROW 3: A. Benson, R. Mclnerney, M. Yagooies, D. Jones, M. Gregory, J. Chrisfoffel B. Marks, L. Pick, M. Ha'ding, J. Brockhoff. ROW 4: Wcnsks, L. Erickson, S. Schultz, R. Olson, H. Sleinhofl, P. Delahanty, R. Kelly, M. Zurich, A. Lopotko, D. Cook. ROW 5: M, Clausen, C. Stasinos, L. Jones, C. Fischer N. Colyer, L. Klock, J. Milford, J. I Rolychrones, J. Levy, J. Byrne, SGT. ROBERT PRUSSING H771Cll'C!lIiIIg .j?YOflg Cgogelhef' Jrypifies Arnundsen's Reserve Officers' Training Corps. Under The elllicienl supervision of Sergeanl Roberl Prussing, The unil has received much recognilion for ils splendid work This year. The Cadels slarled The season wilh a colorful Armislice Day parade. The usual Cadel l-lop was supplanled by a new and highly successful evenl. A dinner dance t.0.T.C. CONTINUED OFFICER'S CLUB FRONT ROW: J. Honan. J. lvlundf, H. Scliolin, F. Tuisl. ROW 2: C. Kollinzas, J. Roacl'i, J. Hansen, R. Lambros, W. Slack, P, Miresse. ROW 3: J, Nicliolson C. Walance, T. Lyons, S. Davis, H, Hur witz, L. Witlmeyer, D. Willl1av'd. JOHN E. MUNDT Cadet Mayor COMPANY OFFICERS FRONT ROW: S. Davis, J. Roach, J. Niclwolson, P. Miresse, L. Vlittmoyer. J. Honan, P. Lambros, H. Hur.-.itz. C. Kollin- 7as, J. Weaver, C. Walance. ROW 2: P. Liebmann, C. Ulricli, H. Warman, J. Welna, R. Carlson, W. Stieber, J. Kolle, D. Willlnard, C. Ruppert. W. Oummer- rnan, A. Lorincz. JAMES W, HONAN Cadet Lieutenant Colonel COMPANY OFFICERS FRONT ROW: L. Willmeyer, C. Kollin ras, H. Hurwitz, C. Walance. R. Miresse H. Scliolin J. Mundi. was held lasl semesler in Jrhe Marine Dining Room of fhe Eclgewafer Beaclw Hofel. This occasion marked one of ine oufslancling social evenls of flue year. A+ a special assembly lasf semesler, Major John Mundi was awarded a saloer by ilwe American Legion Railway Posi. He also lContinued on page 74l R.0.T.C. CONTINUED tContinued from page 731 received the Reserve Otticersl Assistant Award. Cadet Executive Otticer Maior Harold Scholin received the Daughters ot the American Revolution medal and Cadet Captain James Honan received the ohficers' etticiency medal. The Rifle team won third place in this years matches. Arnundsen also made a successful showing in the platoon competitions. The leader was First Lieutenant COMPANY A """h' FRONT ROW: C, Ulrich, W. Stieber, P. Lai' bros, L. Wittrrieyer, Maior H. Scholin, Malor J. Munot. J. Honan, D. Morrison, J. Weaver. R. Haig, A. Misiak, ROW Y: R. Swiskow, R. Hangel, J. Metz, R. Schmock, W. Clautlen, H, Luschar, G. Petersen, R. Morran, J. Vid lund, R. Clausen, S. Martens, E. Nystrom, R. Meyen, ROW 3: F. Sutton, A. Glesener, J. Albertson, E. Mc6rego', R. Sehfarn'-z, R. Klier, R. Sanders, B, Brodersen, L. Kern, B, Mayer, L. Schmidt, J. Maul, J. LaRue. ROW 4: T. Kapsalis, M. Stern, C. Condos, Cr. Vrooman, H. Ste-inhotf, R. Arnopol, L. Arnold, C. Josetson. R, Beaubien, G, Manor, A Fluzkiger R. Rick, R. Sternbvg. COMPANY B . , r FRONT ROW: W. Broniec, M, Wright, C. Ruppert, J. Nicholson, C. Kollinias, C. Wal ance, F. Tuisl, Maior Mundt, H, Scholin, lt. Hurwitz, D. Willhard, T. Lyons, D, Maurides, P, Zeller, H. Warrnan, ROW 2: G, Sarlas, P. Wernle, V. Villwock, J. Morton, R. Myers, N. Mork, J. Kiefer, E, Hoefter, W. Walvrrr, D, Berg, R. Trernulis, H. Neuert, J. Sreilert, L. Peters, H, Nelsen, H. Mansnerus,J.Gartner, J. Nosbaun, T. O'ReilIy, T. Hansen. ROW 3: D. Paulick M. Miller, B. Blair, A. Beck, C. illiamson, P. Demos, R. Dahlenburq, E, Ca'- svn, P. Liebrnanr, F. Mullane', F. Mitchell, R. Sandberg, J. Holm, E. Steele, J. Poly- chrones, R, Orzyp, R. Carlson, G. Millard. ROW 4: T. C-allanis, J, Mehan, J, Milford, R, Davis J. Closterioes, F, Valdivia, R. Peterson, R, Breese, W. VanHoughton, R. Mueller, R, Schottek, D. Kirspin, M, Slack, N. Papodenis, L. Murachanian, D. Dovekas, G. Mills, R. Magnuson. V W L ,W ' W COMPANY C FRONT ROW: B. Pirkola, M. Slack. C. Pot ter F, Mullaney, R. Carlson, J. Nicholson, C, Ulrich, H. Warnnan, F. McGregor, G. Melville, F, Dannhauer, W. Schertfinqor. ROW 2: J, Kieler, J, Orr, R. Frum, L. Peters, A. Kirnbauer, H. Breese, L. Murachanian, G. Manos, M. Stern, J, Mer-sch, J. Seiiert, R. Spaniian, R, Sandoerg, B. Mayer. ROW 3: F. Sutton, D. Mische, D. Clostrr, D. Hnntinq- ton, L, Stuoas, V. Villwock, R. Arnopol, J. Cotliarin, M. Miller, J, Morton, A, Bc-ck, R, Rapoportff, J. Hagen, F, Hoefter. ROW 4: R. Bonato, P. Mitchell, C, Josetson, D. Berg, W. Clausen, T. Kaosalis D. Krispin, H, Greenhouse, R. Zelle', R. Roth W. Van Houghton, W. Ffurn, L. Kern, J. Holi-, R. Schmoca, S. Bvtrflos, F, Valftrvia. -..., CTDNTINUED James Nicholson. ln March, James Weaver passed The brigade sTaTT examinaTions. James l'lonan received one oT The hiqhesT available honors when he was made CadeT l.ieuTenanTfColonel of The baTTalion. PreparaTion Tor federal inspec:Tion occupied much oT The cadeTs' Time. ATTer This big evenT, The plans lor CadeT Day were begun. Amunclsen is proud oT The R.O.l,C.s ouTsTandinq pericormance on This occasion, May TwenTy-sevenTh. RIFLE TEAM FRONT ROW: Christ Ulrich Anthem Misiak Vwqnn Sfi"C3', Lens 'N?Hi'.eve', Charles Wm .ance-, Fr-u Tuisl ROW 2: Jonn Florlin, Joni undt, ante is am 'os Robert Car son ,V D, I' ij K X K U YQ P COMPANY D FRONT ROW: A, Goss, E, Wvant, J, Wvst , r hilis, D. Holsl, D. Liebninnn, C.W.1l fi"f.e, J Weave' J, W'-lngi, D, M-divides F Alves, C, Lirzclenwievef, ROW 2: R, Hanqvl . . W. Kilqore R, Tvvbileo, J. Russzis, S. Ausiin J, Bronsf-ll, E, Boeninq, A, Henilyil A Lo' ,, ,, .. 1. , . . Nz' , ,, C in R. Ecklunii, W. Ford, J. O'a,f, H, Sfeinlf. ROW 3: W, Dell, J. O'B'ien, E. Baukneght V, Lopez, F, Haakolc, R, Pavaro, G. Seretis T, Christooaulzs, W. Graves W, Ruhl, l, Boiirnalxis, A. Olson T, Anderson J, Tairwblf- ' , mile, ROW 4: E, DeHart, W, Rvnian, P. Spear, P. Lmnirenoe, H, GustaT son K. Thomson, J. Gekas, J, Mclvlillen, H. Khsse, G. Wienle, T, Tnusr, P Germain R, Brouiav W Chanolei J. Schaffer W. Schwafti. COMPANY E FRONT ROVV' Li. Hin ls, M, Sliilinq, I Davidson, J, R+,u.irn P. Miiessi- S, Davis W Shel F, Mit hell, J. l-la'v'f-,, H. Cull- '.in, J Mit,h'll, ROVV 2: E. Jvhnson D Vxfwllcei, R. lvlanml, R, Tunnel, K. Mcfxvfnii' R Railwv, J, Oil, W. Cqrlslriiiifi, A. Batt :el as C. Chvistcsrnviilos J. Covis, ROW 3: Q. L1n1st'w', VV. Mirhwrls-rw R, Pa- T, R, Br-i' s.:n, R. Kiiflsigh, E. Cfilvqovf-, R. Rosauef, O Bivnieqawi, T. Kofh, J. Wheelm, D. Hnlsl ROW 4: F. Davwiilmxiier A, Lillv, R, Mn-lmrq M J W, Haag A, Van in ., , D Awizis-hi L, Ri-hiv W Scnniiiil 0FFICE STAFF TAGE CREW' if -sc ...W FRONT ROW: J. Schmidt, M, Brooks, V. Brosnahan, M. Hoffman, C. Mer- migas, S. Mouzak, V. Safford, D. Canacakos, R. Norgren, E. Stupas, H. Olson, B. Baughman, M. l-lamling. ROW 2: W. Hansen, R. Decker, d. Suchak, I, Gustavson, B. Fischer, Q. Workman, M. Tempinski, J. Kosebas, P. Dolan, L. Wahlquist, M. Shirk, C. Kontur, T. Kaulentis, L. Lass. ESTHER BIEHL MRS. JONES MRS. HELLGETH .ZCC'uI'Clfe iniormalion quickly and courleously given lypilies Arnundsen's Olllice Slahf. Fxperl direclion and eFFicien'r services are failhfully performed. FRONT ROW: G. Thema, J. Geqounes, G. Amato, R. Petersen, A. St G, Alexander, Mr. Slepicka, sponsor. ROW 2: A. Nelson, J. Nosbaun Valdivia, J. Englebreit. FRANK SLEPICKA, Director U Ilcier Mr. Slepicka's direclion, The slage crew ex erll handled The ro s lor all roduclions and P Y P P P assisled in making scenery. ERVICE ,A cs A y ' ,..,' QYP '95 l , , ,ii GIRL ire sf' A y N f f if 1 Q y A : Q' DITH S. GARRIOTT Sponsor MRS. E 07718 genera! obieclive of The Service Girls' Organizalion is lo render service lo The school and adminislralion deparlmenl when- ever i+ is needed. The girls acl as hoslesses, receplionisls, usherefles, and allendanls. This year 'rhey assisled a+ various P.T.A. leas and meelings and Jrhey conducled The Civi+an's Club on a TOUI' Jrhrouqh fhe school. JANUARY MEMBERS FRONT ROW: M. Cramer, A. Loedinq, M. Johnson. ROW 2: A. Shimitis, M. Feemster, Mrs. Oarriott. H. Schulze, l. Matthes. ROW 3: H. Peter- son, l'l. Johnson, B. Johnson, H. Skow, P. Miller, M. Eadie, J. Miller, J. Cronin, F. Olson. JUNE MEMBERS FRONT ROW: P. Nortor Krell, M. Williams, l. rnannshausen. ROW 2: D. biq, C. Mermiqas, M. Dx M. Wiqent, B. Farrow. R 3. H. Skow, P. Miller, V. land. l P AMER L B .4 W 4 Qlliided Mr. Ulveling, members of lhe Camera Club 'ralce charge of lhe films which are shown in various classrooms. The movie proiecrors are experlly operared by lhese Twenjry-four enfhusiasls. FRONT ROW: J. Nosbaun, P. Hultvran, S FRONT ROW: R. Olenlock, A. Lorincz, A Clfi'ii?n5- M- M5N'3i"f3'5' C-A W3l5mC9i Mi' FRANK- H' Betlelos C. Walance R. Peterson. Mr. Ul Ulvelinq. ROW S.. Papastetan, H. C'an'er. 5pm-,Sgr velinq, C. Christopoulos, H. Neuert, A. Her P. Livas H. Viloqianes, S. Betzelos, W. tar ROW 2- E Wzjrsek P Hultwm B Salas, E. Snefrrngn, A. Lofincz A. Betzelrzs. ' ' " ' 'L ' l ROW 3: All-en Loiivc: A. Statnis S. Lafi Man'-' H. Lischer, J. Nospaun, T. Glenn cilla, G. S""tn, R. Peterson. W. Lopfwiko C W. Whitehfinu, 3. Ha'tw.gx, M. Berkshire Larnbos A. Herter. A. Lorincz, R. Ecklimd. CLEAN-U TAFF OUZLP C?!QCllI- Commillee under Mrs. Avic- houser's and Mrs. Kelso s guidance, has been aclive since Oclober, inspiring lhe sludenls lo slrive for cleanliness al home, al school, and in Their neigh- borhoods. The Commillee sponsored a Senior Souvenir Day and a Flower Day lo publicize and finance Their campaign. FRONT RCW: Mrs. Avichouser, D. Lar- son l.. Wahlquisf. ROVV 2: R. Rohrhoi, W. Fleming, M. Nelson, B. Payton, J. Hansen. H ALL GU RD C7119 WOI' of this organization under Miss LeDoux's sponsor- ship consists in maintaining order in the corridors and safeguarding students' possessions in the lockers. For the past year this vital group of students was led by Harold Hurwitz, who acted as chief captain. He was ably assisted by len period captains. Besides faithfully patrolling the corridors, belong- ings from lockers accidentally left open were placed in the lost and found. The meetings served to build up a sense of responsibility. The hall guards received free tickets to movies as a reward for their services. 2 . -1-Q, FRONT ROW: M. Schulz, C, Geoffray, V. Victor, L. Schmidt, E. Restis, P. Chrisiman, F. Maier, P. Peterson, A. Bournakis, L. Trethaway, M. Scanlon. ROW 2: P. Zeller, E, Mosher, A. Kelly, R. Crouley, F. Balmes, L. Arnold, R. Hanqel, J. Hachrneister, M. Wagner, E. McGregor, E. Goller, T. Gallanis. ROW 3: E. Adams, M, Nelson, V. Wood, A. Dwyer, A, Mouzakis, C. Roornbos, L. Mitchell, P, McNevin, C. Kahn, E. Schmidt, G. Anderson, E. Rieger, O. Denuas. ROW 4: D. Klein, B. Hartwick, J. Akerrnan, R. Lessner, R. Gartner, T. Crehore, R. Esta brook, F. Spencer, H. Krueger, L. Meyer, G. Meyen, M, Connors, A. Anton, E. Evett. ROW 5: V. Biurstrom, M. Sondel, l. Toper- cer, T. Robinson, V. Laird, E. Endres, H. Staeger, I. Ernst, B. Johnson, P. Butler, B. Mclntyre, L. Lieton, F, Dahlgren, C. Gross, F. Dahlgren, E, Smith, J. Trimble, V. Giese G. Seretis. ROW 6: R. Gillespie, A. Stall- mann, B. Harnpel, l. Rempas, P. Lyman, P. Bloom, A. Papacostas, P. Shea, G. Zemel M, Markey, J, Pearson, V. Larson, A, Schroed- er. ROW 7: E. Wyant, P. Astrenedes, J. McMillen, W. Schmidt, J, Hagen, D. Reh- feldt, R. Koelsch, T. Tausz, J. Brown, D. Gilbertson, E. Carson, J. Briggs, L. Bieniek, R. Ofenloch. HAROLD HURWITZ Chief Captain ALMA C. LeDOUX Sponsor FRONT ROW:vT. Glenn, Jean Wilcox, B. Zim- merman, L. Murley, M. Honan, L. Hoelter, C. Merrnigas, H. Staeger, L. Kevill, H. ROW 2: Krueger, H, Hughes, V. Lopez. H. Scholin, J. Byrne, C. Heclstrom, A, Par- ker, M. Swanson, .A. Astrene, L. Klock, D. Gart, B. Evans, J. Grinde, B. Farrow, C. l. Rernpas, L. Erskine. ROW 3: E. Freu, Erickson, R. Seifz, J. Maul, H. Hurwitz, G. S. Wenske, Sarlas, J. Munclt, R. Carlson, S, Doerschner, T. Eichermueller, N. Dunn, B. Wiene, June Wilcox, C. Colegrove, M. Scan' lon. ROW 4: l-l. Gruber, l, Anderson, H. Laschewski, C. Johnson, P. Laven, E. Robin- son, V. Vanl-louqhton, R. Peterson, P. Bloom, D. Freirnuth, L, Greiser, C. Grass, C. Schneider, M. Olson, G, Lundmack, L. ArA nold, C. Landstrorn, J. Serotzke, C. William' son. ROW 5: R. Abbott, J. Connolly, G. Florian, W. Griffith, A. Wagner, G. Gorr, J. McCauley, R. Burns, P. Vevanq, W. Alm- guist, G. Christ, B. Flannery, G. Adams, B. Fahey, R, Parker, H, Constantine, B. Thomas, l-l. Deriqht, B. Steffan. FRONT ROW: H. l'locnm-'i, P. Steele, C. Blocrwenthal, V. Flinl, C, Davis, L, Koclanis, B. Seifert L, Arrraran- tos, E. Giannaris, ROW 2: M. Simncns, A. Lunrjell. B. Brumlik, J. Burklarid, A. l-ledges, B. Woodman, E. Gunberg, M. Berkshire, P, Hultman, M. Brotman, C, Geoffrey, R. Sanderson. ROW 3: Inst. Waqgoner, L. Marth, S. Woodford, M. Taylor. G, Sausen, S. Williams, L. Levine, L. Coleman, B. Bruhn G. Ander son. ROW 4: l. Seroclci, V. Fellev, A. Diacos, B. Verser, L, Ekdahl, G. Meynen, V. Olson B. Pollari. A. Esser. ROW 5: M. Koch T. Kesses, P. Valos A. Maloney, V. Pollack, V. Kinnas, L. Kickan, L. Baltzer l, l-lartokolis, M. Laux, L. Fritz, L. Frerilcs, l. Onnmacht. ROW bt J. Wellcaus, C, Meyer, J. Chirpe D. Lieostrand, A. Gustalson, J. McGuire, l, Zahn, L. Regus G. Bouloe, E. Porte, D, Bauer, S. l-leinricr G. Huber, P. De-lananty, L. Martin, R. Lippert. A MRS. EMILY WAGGONER lilireclor JAP Cjliffvi G1OI'lI.9. under rhe experl direc- lion of lvlrs. Waggoner, received a raling of E in lhe music conlesr held in The Fall. They also parlicipaled in The Chrislmas Feslival and lhe radio program in April. The girls in The Chorus are learning ro appreciale line music of greal maslers. Their many splendid performances leave no doubl as To 'rhe musical abilily of lhis group oi singing enlhusiasls. The Chorus is busily working on a large reperloire lor nexl' year. Wilh rheir excellenl spiril and line voices The girls are deslined lo achieve new and grealer glories. MIXED Gunn FRONT ROW: A. Hess, V. Canacakos, L. Duerr, B. Delaporte, M. Greenwald, D. Lavelle, C. Schneider, L, DahlsTrom, H. Krell, N, Rhodes. ROW 2: R. DeMeyer, A, Stephenson, R, Gillis, A. Betzelos, C. Christopoulos, P. Booth, G. Maniatis, R. Salmon, W. Graf, R. Warner, Miss Steicanik. ROW 3: B. Nagle, U. Semof, R. Zuberg, P. Doleman, P. Riker, J. Albert son, R. Peters L. Vale, D, Andersen, M. Dirscherl, M, Canacalros. ROW 4: S, Adams, P. CorpetT, C. Stasinos, E. Anderson D. Cook, M. Kilfoy, P. Bloom, J, Elrrqren, C-. Massa, B. Krasnv, E. Cosmos, R. Felman. JOANNE U. STEFANIK Director aff A -. f . +22 525 :if .141 fri? 'fifth Cqihe Zlinze-Aealling baTon oT The direcTor and The rhyThmic blending oT harmonious voices personiTies Amundsenis Tine Mixed Chorus. To sing Tor The love oT singing is The prin- cipal purpose oT This large organizaTion. The Mixed Chorus also sTrives To promoTe a be-TTer undersTanding and a more perTecT appreciaTion oT choral music. During This year The members oT The Chorus parTicipaTed in a successTul ChrisTmas FesTival which was presenTed by The enTire music deparTmenT. They also sang in a CiTizens oT Tomore row program over WGN on April TwenTy-second, under Mrs, Waggoner's sponsorship. Amundsens choral groups received an E classiTicaTion in a Fall conTesT. On June second, The seniors enjoyed lisTening To a special program presenTed Tor Their beneTiT during senior hall period, The excellenT arrangemenTs and delighTTul perTorrnances are due, in a large measure, To The splendid work OT Miss STeTanil4, who has been capably direcTing The Chorus since The deparTure oT Mrs. Grisard. + Q MIXED FRONT ROW: J. Waqe' M. Kalodimos, R. Devo, C. Zerner, onscn oos 1 r H P eu s ROW 2: L. Trethaway. J. Rasmussen, J. Schmidt, G. Vevang, C Ealcer J Gibson J Engelbreit M Larson I Gistavson Fischer. ROW 3: M, Baker. K. Ryan, D. Bjorklund, P. Kring D Bcrv r run Ca 5 Smith, B. Wilson, M. Rile, E. Morey. ROW 4: R. Burns, E. Cole rove G Florian J Rhilll s C Ro J Hansen Peferson, R. Anderson, D. Addy, R. Seifz, E. Rilscn, E. Del-lat C Fitzgibo The sludenls greally enioy singing in 'rhe Chorus because il furnishes Them wifh a re- freshing period of relaxalion. Rehearsal peri- ods are considered a ioy inslead of mere worlc. Group singing such as This provides experl lraining and experience for all lhose who plan lo malce a career of singing. Many sludenls wilh line voices have an opporlunily lo lurlher lheir knowledge ol music during lhis course. Anolher aim of rhis arnbilious group is lo parlicipale in more public appearances in The lulure. MALE OCTET SEATEDS Jaclc Levy, Roqer Larson. Benlamin Morris John Berllirlc. STANDING: Arthur Keller, Richard Ed- wards, Carl Fischer, James Ruboyianes. W G. A. A. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCI T10 JAG 'ZCZVQQST Club ar Amundsen is Jrhe Girls' Aihleric Associarion, spon- sored by Miss l-leindl, The presideni, Bearrice Gedigian, and 'rhe orher oriicers and aciiviiy chairmen helped To guide rhe club rhis year. For The Amundsen- iles' pleasure, many social affairs such as splash parries, Jreas, and assemblies were given in addiiion ro Jrhe regular arhlelic evenrs. The newly formed cheerleaders' and rwirlers' clubs and The girls' drum and lougle corps have added much zeslr +o our games and helped Amundsen's learns win. 593W H., Diane Petropulos Lois Fray January preside,-,f ' ' I June Vice-Presidenk KNEELlNG: Marilyn Rusk, Mary Jane hlatting, Lee Corthler, Lynn Marlin, V u h S H d Dorothy Wagner Susie Kinlclo, Lois Fray. STANDING: Patricia Posse, Patricia Christman, Jjnuirynnrassrrer January VicefPresident Jane Lanneield, Lorraine l-laig, Laurel Frazier. I I Susie Klnlcle . . J S L Caroline Leiter Helen McDonald Mildred Heindl Jun. semi. une we 'W January SECFBYBVY and Intramural and Splashette G. A. A. Sponsor Gym Leaders' Sponsor Grace Glcweri June President Sponsor June Treasurer G. A. A. CIINTINUED gym leaders Serve one or more periods a day in the gym or swimming pool. They assist in all phases of the physical education program. Their duties consist of caring for all equipment, checking of showers, giving assist- ance in group activities, and acting as game otticials. The girls, under the capable sponsorship of Miss Schulte, attend a train' ing class once a week. The leaders are known for their courtesy and el-iiciency. . K 5. A GYM LEADERS FRONT ROW E. Keppler B. Deright B. Olshan S. Horst J. Elmqren H, Woolqar M. Cardy J. Seaberq D, Makinson J. Maurides ROW 2 Kay Spear Katherine Spear W. Westrich L. Lawson M. Gilmour O. Lindgren X L. Fray S. Kinkle B. Gedigian C. Leiter, Pres. ROW 3 O. Olowen M. Thompson D. Filman E. Carlson J. Letang N. Koenig D. Cook 4 N. Cnlver M. Fischer R. Zimmerman ROW 4 M. Tempinslci E. Chakoian M. Johnson E B. Fischer . S. Smith J. Lenbero M, Sleeth S. Doerschner IN CIRCLE: 'Y' ' T' CAROLINE LEITER F i Gym Leader Captain GIRLS' 4B GYM CLASS FRONT ROWS V' HI6ffSfGdt, Workman, E. Rieger, B. Deright, C. Leiter, M. Sondel J. Sion, E. Chakoian, D. Eilfvian, J. Rasmussen, M. Jonnson, N. Rhodes, E. Keopleq D. Ream, L, Okeroerg, P. Fike, B. Faber. ROW Q E Liul Hi S Kinkle P Wooliian V I-Ietland H Sk ih' L Roous M S nl M B is D B' ch' V 3+"f.-- ,. ',. ,.ow,M.Fc.,. A, .:u7, .a,.ian.i,. Kinnas, R. Kull, C. Zemel, H. Papacostas, Z. Swanson, R. Tcmaras, A. Plaat,e D. Danahey F. Erhardt, V. Kerstinq B. Hanipisl, C. Parker. ROW 3: M. Rousck, L. Burnett, C. Colcgrove, D. Fischer, M. Gilmour, M, Smith, L, Kraucli, B. Murray, P. Euler, M. Deardorti, L. Fray, O. Glowen, R. Fordinandsen, J. Ellis, D. Raqanis, J. O'Orady, M. Thompson, J. Barcrolt, E. Eklin, M. Caine, C. Raulick, L. Mitchell, A. Brachen, M. Fischer, D. Biorklund, J. Asplunfi J. Herzlvnnn. ROW 4: A. Niemeier, L, Corthier, M. Bloefner. A, I-lartokolis, E. Olscn, L. Oemskie, C. Rossle R. Zimnwvinan, C. Schmidt, M. Swanson, L. Halverson, L. Cvolewko, V, Leibiriger, Cv. Carlson, E. Hutniacher, V, Kastens, R. Ramsey, R. Felman, B. Howard, M. Greene, J. Leriberg, N. Martin, O. Wesley. ROW 5: I. Lainr: T. Eichernwuellef, M. McKee, L. Whittemore M. Puliofci, C. Kuehnle D. Valentine, S. Stauber, F. Sherer, D. Kirk, . Condon, M, Connors, D. Bcdell, P. Norton R. Nielsen, F. Sanders, S. Lauten. M. Batterson, H. Druscn . Ceoigian Z. Hartokolis, V. Olson, P, Mille'. J B G. A. MONDAY LEAGUE MARIE EIDE President PEARL EU LER Secreta ry-Treasurer 8 4 TUESDAY LEAGUE DOROTHY WAGNER President BONNIE SCHULTZ Secreta ry-Treasurer' A. CONTINUED MONDAY BOWLERS FRONT ROW: B. Deioy, V. Kastens, G. Arbogast, G. Krueger, L. Vlahandreas, L, Halverson, P. Euler P, Woolrnan, B. Wilson, E. Euler H. Collin B B ' ' ' , 5, , rown, E. Elliott. ROW 2: Miss Heindl, C, Patras: D. Weisgerber, G. Sarros, M. Eide, L. Corthier, J. Christiansen, M. Ferguson, TUESDAY BOWLERS FRONT ROW: J. Stout, B. Harnoel, D, Paganis, E. Lauletta, R. Zimmerman, M, Crowther, Dorothy Wagner, B. Schultz, D. Lan'ir'i, A. Bills, E. Eshoo, Dolores Wagner, L. Schulze, D. Filrnan. ROW 2: S. Anderson, D. Harz, S, Srrith, V. Clasen, B. Marks, S. Stielow, B, Gedigian, M. Batferson, J. Letang, Miss Heindl, B. Long, M. Duga, l. Johnson, L. Logiudice, C. Parker, P. Bruhn, B, Seifert, N. Koenig. .19 ,491 155: 1.?I"'T? Ccjlre .gnzuncfsen Jen. egjrn ,Lena ue con ' + f f I a J sis s o we ve reams playing series oi marched games every Monday ailernoon al 'rhe Lawrence Bowl. ln Oclober, each member received a in and b l' h' p a owing s url. Al rhe end of The Jrournamenl. iirsl and second place winners will receive medals. Marion Eide is presidenl of The Board of Direciors which consisls of The caplains of lhe iwelve reams. The Amundsen Vilcing League bowls each Tuesday al The Lawrence Bowl under Miss l-leindl's direclion. Doroihy Wagner is presidenl of lhe league which consisis of 'rwelve reams. The leading 'reams are 'rhe Amundsen Debs and lhe Josohops. Of G. A. A. CIINTINUED if Ay! FRIDAY BowLERs Ilyl 1 2:5 FRONT ROW: R. Lewis, G. Miller, M. Caroy, A. Plaat-e, C. Colegrove, R. Giese, D. Cook, S. Wickersheim, J. Ockerlund, E, Anderson, L. Hoffmann. ROW 2: K. Brosius, Miss Heindl, P. Weiss, A, Olsen, B. Barkling. X SATURDAY BOWLERS R FRONT ROW: R. Weisgerber, J. Flores, R. Huendorf, R. Zuber, V. Larson, A. MacArthur. ROW 2: P. Doleman, W. Woody, M. Nelson, I. Magnuson,J. I-Ioflmann, L. Villwoak. ROW 3: E. Smith, R, Peterson, 9 R. Farrell, J. Jacobs, M. Walsh, 6. Stroh, I. Seroclci. -1-wr C760 GAIiC'flgO Cgicfoof Bowling Club was organized by lvlillon Raymer in l937. ll began wilh Iwenly-eighl boys' leagues. AI presenl, Ihere are eighly-Iwo leagues, including Ihe girls' Ieams. AI Ihe end ol each season lhe Iwo leading Ieams in each league compele for Ihe seclional championship and Ihen in Ihe oily champion' ships. Beaulilul Irophies are awarded fo Ihe members of The winning Team, The championship class was won by Audrey Olsen ol Amundsen wilh a score ol 575 and Palsy Weiss won Ihe A class by bowling 540 poinls. FRIDAY LEAGUE AUDREY OLSEN President PATRICIA WEISS Secrelary-Treasurer 8 5 SATURDAY LEAGUE PI-IYLLIS DOLEMAN Ser rOlm'y-Treasurer GERTRUDE STROH President all . A. CONTINUED G. A. A. MEMBERSHIP FRONT ROW: V. Hiertstedt, C. Leiter, J. Maurides B Deri ht M Sondel N Rhodes J St ut D Mak'n- . g , , , . , . o , . i son, D. Petropulos, President, D. Wagner, Vice-Presl dent, L. Fray, G. G-lowen, S. Kinkle, B. Gedigian, D Ream, E. Carlsen, C. Nilsen, M. Fischer. ROW 2 A. Olsen, L. Petrooulos, E. Rieger, B. Defoy, L. Krauch D. Bianchi, L. Batterson, T. Robinson, F. Sotern, L Mitchell, M. Deardortf, M. Batterson, P. Norton, F Sanders, R. Nielsen, G. Karras. ROW 3: C. Rossle, I Ohnrnacht, R. Somrner, C. Paulick, V. Kinnas, R. Kull M. Caine, L. Walker, L. Rogus, V. Kastens, L. Dahl-- strom, G. Zemel, M. Pulford, F. Chirikos, C. Cole grove, L. Whitternore, M. Nelson, M. McKee, B. Schultz V. Vance, M. Anderson, C. Bassler, L. Okerberg ROW 4: V. Olson, A. Plaatye, J. Lenberg, J. Akerman G. Stroh, L. Haig, M. Connors, D. Bjorklund, P. Ram sey, E. Lauletta, J. McBride, V, Satford, B. Hampel, D Filman, L. G-olenko, V. Ryser, J. Asplund, C. Kuehnle VOLLEYBALL FRONT ROW: B. Fischer, G. Glowen, A. Steele, E Hutmacher, B. Deright, G. Sauser, M. Sondel, J D. Valentine. Flores, M. Thompson, B. Schultz, Chairman: 6. Markey, B. Sietert, B. Farrow, L. Fray, B. Gedigian, J. Peter- son, D. Makinson, V. Hagstrorn, G. Lindgren. ROW 2: G. Carlson, D. Gallowich, J. Stout, M. Johnson, J. Rasmussen, N. Rhodes, D. Ream, J. Maurides, C. Leiter, J. Hopkins, G. Workman, L. Okerberg, B. Brown, P. Laven, D. Strandell, E. Chakoian, R. Zimmerman, P. Fike, C. Rossle, B. Faber. ROW 3: M. Fischer, A. Plaatie, C. Colegrove, P. Euler, L. Krauch, G. Tschudy, M. Grau, L. Petropulos, l. Hartokolis, C, Paulick, S. Kinkle, M. Pultord, J. Hatting, F. Sotern, V. Kinnas, V. DeMos, L. Rogers, T. Robinson, L. Batterson, L, Whittemore, M. Rousek, M. Smith, M. McKee, J. Herd- man, P. Miller. ROW 4: F. Erhardt, M. Colan, C. Schmidt, V. Hiertstedt, E. Eklind, L. Halverson, D. Wagner, A. Lopotko, R. Tonnaras, H. Papacostas, D. Kirk, J. Condon, F. Sherer, J. Schoenbeck, D. McCam- bridge, M. Papas, M. Nelsen, Madeline Kilfoy, Mar- tina Kilfoy, T. Eichermueller, C. Walther, A. Harto kolis, C. Kuehnle, M. Greene, R. Nielsen, V. Vance, S. Lauten, E. Lauletta, C. Parker. ROW 5: H, Drusch, D. Danaher, M. Nelson, L. Corthier, D. Cook, M. Caine, D. Paganis, J. O'Grady, L. Golenko, V. Leibinger, H. Gruber, Z, Hartokclis, H. Skow, V. Hetland, L. Letang, F, Farrell, A. Duerr, S. Stauber, L. Heyclenburg, M, LaCavera, S. Schultz, L. Klock, L. Malmquist, M. Bais, S. Smith, J. Ellis, R, Ferdinandsen, M. Swanson, M. Moon. icgfzefs R ew inc! of asfnionecf Qzirfv G. A. A. CONTINUED ll. T L W . 9 X' I'-I N E .f he M 454 - - . -.ff . ..+.... 4.5. . ..Y- 0 s I -fs ll 5 are T ' . l .. A O . lf? V fxf - T O My O """--- -in is 'T l if ' , mgu-- f l .ua ' M ' I' iiiaiigx i s o O 3 07,10 flbllel' Qglilfy Club consisls of G.A.A. members who have already earned Their lelfers, The purpose of lhe club is 'ro furlher The social and alhlelic aclivilies of all ils members. Meelings are held every Wednesday aflernoon. During The pas? year lhe girls gave a Splash Parfy and wenl on a weelc end camping Trip. A prosperous Flower Day spread much enioymenl Jrhrouqhouf +he school. The girls also enjoyed a very pieasanf beach parry. Under The leadership of Jrheir capable presidenl, Bearrice Gediqian, The qirls have had a successful year. JANUARY OFHCERS ATHENE HARTOKOLIS MARION CARDY Treasurer Secreiary ALYCE MADER President JUNE OFFICERS BEATRICE GEDIGIAN GRACE GLOWEN President Treasurer DOROTHY WAGNER MILDRED McKEE Vice-President Secretary .J ear M La Cayera L Heyden . . . CONTINUED PING PONG AND BADMINTON FRONT ROW: E. Hutrnacher. B. Seifert, C, ni B Faber G- Carlson L Rossle, D. Paga s, . , . , . Halverson, J. Flores, M. Sondel, V. Hagstrorn, E. Keppler, J. O'Grady, Steele, B. Detox, ROW 2 M. Bars, H. Coklns, J. Hatting, Kelliher, M. Deadorff, L. Mitchell, J. Hop- kins, A. Loootko, D. Strandell, G-. Karras, M. Caine, D. Weisgerber, H. Papacostas, S. Stauber, R. Tornaras, J. Christ, V.Carr. ROW 3: M, Batterson, S. Lauten, P, Norton, F. Sanders, son, G. A. Hartokolis, M. Smith, M. Thomp- Worwrnan, C. Leiter, S. Doerschner, T. Eicherrnueller, B. Wall, M. McKee, C. Kuelinle, J. Barcrott, H. Skow, Z. Hartokolis. ROW 4: K. Sp , . , .. - burg, J. Condon, M. Rousek, L. Wliitternore, B. Gedigian. B. Schultz, D. Wagner, V. Vance, M. Cardy, D. McCarnbriclge, M. Swanson, J. Herdrnan, A. Plaatie, D. Danaher, F. Erhardt, G. Wesbey, N. Martin. RIDING CLUB SEATED: Kay Hansen, Miss Mildred Heindl, Betty Frankquist. STANDING: Audrey Hein, Elaine Porter, Jane Pullorcl, Jane Hatting, Jacuuelyn Phillips. CO-ED ROLLER CLUB FRONT ROW: V. Kerstinq, N. Colver, L. Bat terson, T. Robinson, J. Hatting, J. Christ, V. Carr, M. Pultord, E. Flodlserq, J. Schoen beck. ROW 2: C. Kuehnle, G. Carlson, B. Faber, N. Rhodes, B. Deright, C. Leiter, L. Halverson, J, Stout, C. Nilsen, M. Caine, M. La Cavera, I, Magnuson, L. Heyclenburq. ROW 3: J. Akerrrian, H. Cokiris, M. Bala, S. Lauten, P, Norton, F. Sanders, M. Batter son, A. Olsen, B. Gecliqian, J. Condon, F. Erhardt, D. Danaher. SPLASHETTES FRONT ROW: I. Johnson, L. Martinson, G G-lowen, M. Gray, J. Strunk, E. Ritt. ROW 2 F. Erhardt, J. Maurides, V. Olson, M. Moon J, Martin, E. Lauletta. BOOTS AND SADDLE CLUB B. Frankouist, E, Rogers, L. Golenko, J, Pul ford, L. Albright, K. Hansen, N. Colyer, J Hatting, L. Rogers, J. Phillips. DIANE PETROPOU LOS January President KAY HANSEN June President LEE BETH ROGERS Secretary-Treasurer jsumr, -lfff ,, f. . rt I- I ni BOY 'BO LI G The bowling season was sTarTed wiTh six Teams, buT The number was increased To eighr beTore iTs end. The oTTicers were RoberT RohrhoT, presidenT, and KenneTh Edgren, se-creTary-Treasurer. The highesT average was mainTained by Thomas BroadbenT, ISI. Kenne-Th Edgren scored 222 Tor The highesT game. The Team, sponsored by Miss I-Ieindl, was given a grand banqueT and Trophies were awarded To every member oT The winning Team. I SATURDAY BOWLERS FRONT ROW: R. We-sT, E. Schnabel, Arnopol, D. Fulton, J. Marshall, W. DicTenbach, G. Davve, G. Brandt, THURSDAY BOWLERS FRONT ROW: G. Christ, E. Bagley, C. Kesselring, J. Ludwig, J. Marshall, C. Williamson. ROW 2: W. Gasper, R. I-Ietlce, R. Dreves. R. Kohler, R. RohrhoT, L. Schaller, E. O'Bannon. ROW 3: R. Glen, J, Blom, R. Seaberq, G. Parker, W. Seiler, G. Kelley, J. Moore, G. Gilberf, T. Broadbe-nT. K. Edgren, Miss Heindl. wav' I OFFICERS ROBERT ROHRHOF Rrosident Thursday League SHERWOOD THOMAS Q' gg President SaTurday League RICHARD ARNOPOL -----4. Sc'creTary Saturday League KENNETH EDGREN Ser retary Thursday League K. Vollmar, G. Gilbert. W. Contos, R. OTenIoch. ROW 2: Miss I-Ieindl, R. 1 x fs -X s J . TTQT 9 . .1FXF0oiTBAL i T f T X LOUIS E. JORNDT, Coach ART STEVENS KEN VOLLMAR ALBERT GLASSGEN WALLACE HIRSCH WTLLIAM JOHNST LeTT End LeTT T-lalT LeTT Guard Center T-TalT Back Co-Captain l CI gqcuil to the ortfi cgiale Gfzczmpszl m'LLI'tiflg1f!liS year, The qreaTesT in Amund- se-n's TooTball hisTory, The norTh secTion champion- ship TiTle was won wiTh seven vicTories and no deTeaTs. Jubilance reigned supreme when Amund- sen beaT Lane and Senn Tor The TirsT Time. WiTh The Vikingls William "Red" Johnson To ArThur STevens passing combinaTion, The Amundsen squad was a ThreaT To any Team. Ralph Norman was an ouTsTanding runner and perhaps The besT kicker in The norTh secTion. KenneTh Vollmar and l-Toward Kirchwehm were ouTsTanding pigskin han- dlers. The line was Wally Hirsch aT cenTer, Al Glassqen and Roy l'lawkinson aT guards, Jim Phillips and CurT Mellin aT Tackles, and ArThur STevens and Bernie lvlcphail aT ends. A squad oT TorTy-Tive boys sTood by Throu houT The season and were responsible Tor much o our success. To The subsTiTuTes crediT musT be g en Tor keeping The varsiTy on Their Toes and Tor devel p- ' ing a Team morale. ArThur STevens was selecTed all-ciTy end. Willia Johnson was awarded The l94O leaTher medal and The Kiser Award. AI Glassgen and CurT lvlellin received honorable menTion and William Demas was voTed The ouTsTandinq blocker, and received The l94O silver medal. AlThouqh The Team was ouT-weighed by nearly all iTs compeTiTors, Their success was due To hard work, Tine spiriT, and The expcrT coaching oT Louis JorndT. TI T T VARSITY FRONT ROW: R.-Burns J. Shabaz, R. Cahill, R. Hawlcinson, K. VcII't'ar, F. Mltchell, L. Polson, A. Mann, R. Zerwer R. Befgcfulst, R. Lecture, W. Hlrscn, W. Mustey Mqrq C. Kraenrer, Mgr. ROW 2: S. Ma"flns L. Rabin, CHARLES KRAEMER W. Salcas, R. Steffen, G. Kelly, J. Berns, H. Bitter, H. Ohlson, C. Mellln, R. Rasmussen, R. Abbott, R. Bilssd, E. Manaqer Coleqrove, H. Kirchwehrn. ROW 3: Coach Jorndt, G. Anastos, R. May, B. McPhall, W. Johnson, J. Phlllips, A, WESLEY MUS-I-ER Glassqen, P. Nevlon, R. Norman, A. Werbe T. Stein, R. Blades, E. Granberg, R. Sternlofl, W. Derras, R. Brown A. Guv, A. Stevens. Manager BERNIE McPHAIL, Riqht End CURT MELLIN, Tackle IILPH NORMAN ROY HAWKINSON JIM PHILLIPS GENE GRANBERG HOWARD KIRCHWEHM Hall Back Right Guard Tackle Full Back Ouarter Back Co-Captain ' FOOTBALL RECORD FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL Q., AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN AMUNDSEN T . Practice Games League Games I9.. Sernl-Final Game THORNTON 25 NEW TRIER I2 LAKE VIEW 0 ROOSEVELT 6 SENN 6 LANE 7 SULLIVAN 0 TAFT 6 WALLER 6 LINDBLOM I3 FRONT ROW: R. Frurn, W. Chandler, N. DeMoss, W. Korllclc, B Karras, R. Fredfizkson. ROW 2: L. Junnes, M, Salzburg, A. Levis D. Thomson, W. Walters, A. Berlinger. ROW 3: Coach Kotf, G Parker, R. Tlllatson, N. Surface R. Sandberg, Mgr. BOY ' ATHL TI I ...M mm .Qdgnumz i JUNlORSfSTANDNNGZ C, Kfnrvas, J. Wcyricb, W, Mme-Her, H Dwight, J. Gfamahan, Mr, Delapofte. KNEELING: E. Gwff. SENIORSfSTANDING: Mr, Dehaporie, W. Mitzrwcr, R. Blessing K. Spiefs, E. Christie, B. Canasty, E. Haqberq, C. Kirmas. KNEEL NNG: M. Draths, J. Stack, R. Becker, R, Decks: C, Hedstrom EDWARD C. DELAPORTE Coach F if l l UNIOR A D E l0R 07642 12034216011 prolzfrfnz oT T940-4I was a diilficulf one To solve Tor There were only Two players remaining Trorn lasT season's norTh secTion champions, Thomas Blaul and Bruce CanasTy. Early in The pracTice sessions The senior Team showed signs oT greaT baslceTball abiliTy. Under Coach DelaporTe's experT coaching The Team enTered The guarTer Tinals and won Third place in The norTh secTion. The iunior Team gave greaT promise aT The beginning oT The season, buT did noT live up To pre-season expecTaTions, even Though They Tied wiTh Schurz Tor TourTh place in The norTh secTion. However, They Turnished The rooTers wiTh many Thrills and hearTbrealcs. Who can TorgeT The close ones Thaf were won or losT by a Tew poinTs and The exciTing overTime games? Examples were The Lane game, 22-20: Schurz, 3l-287 and Roosevelt 26-25. The senior Team also played some Thrillers, such as TaTT, 20-24: Lane, 20-l6f and Phillips, 29-28. They beaT Waller, 77-20, and Then losT To AusTin in The quarTer Tinals, 42-33. The high poinT senior Team men Tor The league season were CanasTy, T207 Blessing, 957 and CapTain Blaul, 64. For The iuniors There were CapTain GruTT, 487 Morgan, 377 and Granahan, 29. NexT season's ouTloolc is very brighT Tor many will reTurn on boTh squads. BASKETBALL RECORD SENIORS JUNIORS Amundsen Amundsen 33 Sullivan 26 28 Sullivan 46 I6 Lane 20 22 ,Lane 20 36 Schurz, 27 28 , Schurz 3I 32 Roosevelt 48 26 Roosevelt 25 29 Lalre View 32 23 ,,Lalre View I4 48 STeinmel:z 34 35 ,sieinmeiz 3l 24 TaTT 20 39 ,Taff I7 47 Senn 42 I8 Senn 35 37 Von Steuben 27 22 Von Steuben 2I 77 Waller 20 2I Waller 40 PICTURES-TOP TO BOTTOM: 'Cut The live, Canasty, and play ballf lWaller gamel Tom Blaul praising Allah. lVon STeuben garnel 'Throw oii the ballast, ChieTl" lAusTin gamel 'lT's not a game oT marbles, boys!" lfkustin gamel Ken Spiers ll2l giving the game his best as usual. lfxustin garnel "Af, donit gang up on him Tellowsli' Johnny Granahan l45l delivering a leTT, Willy Mueller Throwing a block, John Weyrich executing a Tlyinq Taclcle, and Harvey Deright debafing. lTaTT gamel BOYSQ ATHLETIC . . . BASEBALL C9lLL'ralplClCe was won by Amundsens baseball Team. Lane ended in The lead wiTh Schurz in second place. The Three "GU men, CapTain Eugene Gran- berg, RoberT GroTh, and Edward GruTT, deserve much crediT Tor The Teams success boTh aT baT and in The Tield. Eddie GruTT's main TorTe was on The bases where rival piTchers have several Times balked him home due To his anTics. GroTh excelled in hiTTing over The coveTed .300 mark. Ken Speirs hiT aT a .350 clip regularly and covered loTs oT'ground on Third base. ln The ouTTield, Angie Vozar, a sophomore, romped in cenTer and held runners back wiTh a Tine Throwing arm. l-le averaged a wallc and l i l a sTolen base per game. The Team also ha Three Tine sTarTing piTchers in Richard Abbo' CurT lvlellin, and Clarence l'ledsTrom. The came Through wiTh some Tine games and he down Their opponenTs' wallcs and hiTs. CompeTiTion This year, as in oThers, h been ToughesT Trom Lane, Schurz, and Sen' Though The second Lane game was losT T0-7, wasn'T decided unTil The lasT ouT since we hi Two men on bases. We losT To Senn 8-7 a. Then beaT Them 342. The Team won a vicTo over Schurz 2-0, and losT 3-O To Von STeube- WiTh a Tine spiriT oT play and experT ha dling by Coach KOTT, The Team made This memorable baseball season. FRONT ROW: J. King, D. Dolvrn.1n,A.VoLa' Omnbf-fq, E. Gfulf. C. M1 llin, C. Klnnas. ROW 2: P. Gregory, R. Cahill, G. Kelly. C, Heflslfos' R. G'oth, R. Abbott, K. Spelrs! R, Blesslnq, 6. Srhwe' J. Kofi, J. Meyef G' Calllste' G, Can J. Phllllos B. Canastv W, Mltznef R, Katzltski, Manaqvs' G. Taqlcy R. Muellf-'. Wager. ROW 3: M". fi. W. X 4 , l JOHN H. KOTT mundsen 3 l 7 24 4 2 2 4 6 7 3 6 6 3 I4 5 BASEBALL RECORD Von Steuben Lane Senn Lake View Talk Schurz Roosevelt Waller Von Steuben Lane Senn Lake View Tall Schurz Rooseveli . Waller A LOGO Eugene Granberg, calcher, spark plug, and leading hihler of +he feam. Is conceded by all oppo- nenls lo be lhe class of lhe Clly. Oulslandlng plays were Genes homer ln The Lane game and the double he smashed ou? in fhe game wilh Waller, L, EUGENE GRANBER6 Caotlalr BOYS' ATHLETIC ... OR 8712 SOCCer team defeated Von Steuben and tied Schurz. Captain Woody, Eric Hed, and Becker starred. Outstanding Freshman-Sophomore football players were Chandler and De Moss. The team scored only three times. The successful senior swimming team won len Berndl Huntington placed sixth in the city meet. Captain Andy Voisard's victories won him the WRESTLING FRONT ROW: G. Newman, W. Graf, B, McCarthy, S. Gestrich, E. Lavery, A. Schmidt, C. Tausig. ROW 2: J. Gestrich, M. Kulyan, J. Hendry, B. Flannery, E. Bauknecht, B, Rosberq, O. Zell-fr. ROW 3: R. Burns, D. Murbach, A. Lewand, B. Korlick, B, Rielly, A. Mann, L. Jurnes. ROW 4: E. Schna- bel, R. Brown, A, Keller, P. Lecture, P. Strick, K. Voll- rnar, B. Zerwer, and Louis Jorndt, Coach. TRACK FRONT ROW: G. Tsalapa tas, P. Anthony, L. Ash, P Spear, J. Marshall, S. Davis. ROW 2: G. Hollander, S. Furla, C, Roumaine, A R u s k, P. Astrenedes, J Moore, B. Contos, J. Bilski B. Becker, Erhardt, C. New bert, R. Kohler, W. Schal ler, and E. Dela porte Coach. ' TENNlS A. Voisard R, Hetke F. Lazlo M. Escorcia R. Barr T. Kahn L. Cory W. Thyer R. Rhodes ol thirteen meets. The iuniors won six. title ol outstanding tennis player. SOCCER FRONT ROW: H. Magnu- son, B. Gunderson, B. Becker, H, Woody, D, Mag- nuson, P. Lambros, E. Hed, D. Fulton, R. Kabitski. ROW 2: J. Kott, Coach, W. Thyer, J, Gibson, J. Lee, W. Thorpe, W. McCarthy, G. Stone, and A. Maniero. SWIMMING FRONT ROW: K, Echte nacher, L. Bell, E. Lind Strom, E. Hed, G. Borge son, E. Schnabel, B. Stern loft, V. Stieber. ROW 2 E. Delaporte, Coach, J Phillips, T. Williams, J. Po tratz, N. Peterson, W. Grif lith, G. Smith, P. Frantell J. Wolter, and R. Woods. TRAIVIURI-IL PORT INTRAMURALS The lnlramural l94O-4l parade ol sporls provided many lhrillinq momenls lo speclalors and players alike. Division 2l8 decided lhe volley- ball championship. l-larry Morris and l-larvey Derighl were lhe oul- slanding lwo lrom lhis group ol 4A boys in Miss O'Neil's Division. Edward Schnabel and Harvey Derighl, lorwards, slarred in lhe loaslcelball games. Miss Eclcleldls Division, Room 323, won lhis lille. TRACK L. Ash, W. Chandler, P, Anthonv P. Aslrenedes, J. Marshall, BASKETBALL D. Fulton, H. Derighl, H. Ma nu- Q son, W. Johnson, G. Booeen, E. Schnabel. PING PONG L. Cory, B. Petersen, 6. Rohrs backer H. Block, Belly Wall, B. Mitchell, P. Cory, A. Rensman. TENNIS M. Escorcia, F. lCa7lo, L. Cory, W. ilhyei BOXING P, Voisard, B. Flannery, J. Morris- sey, J. Berns, A. Reilly, F. Liplrol, L, Ash, T, Blaul. VOLLEYBALL D, Dolernan, H. Deriqht, G. G-orr M. Devo, H. Morris, W. Johnson. WRESTLING B. Flannery, B. McCarthy, J, Mor- rissey, J, G-estrich, A. Lewand, J. Horst, Z. Oqron, C. Waters. K. Vollmar. jilfl J' G STAFF ANNAMAE F. SCHLUETER JACK A. POLACHEK CONSTANC MYRL C. BARTH IRENE A. SASSMANNSHAUSEN Joi' every nofeworth Ti , f y orc esTraTion, The splendid parTicipanTs and Their rh Thmic rendiTions are recorded on a ro ram which serves, aTTer The Tinal curTain oT Y T3 9 The perTormance has Tallen , as a Token OT memory. The Vilcing has endeavored To presenT Tor your lasTing enioymenT The Program oT Amundsen. The sTaTT is deeply graTeTul To Mr. Fred Babbin oT The Advance Engraving Com- pany Tor his splendid aid and Tor The Tim d ' e an paTience he has conTribuTed To This boolc. The valuable assisTance which he has rendered bids us say again and again, many Thanlcsl The Viking sTaTT is also indeloT d ' ' ' e To Mr. William Niehaus, The prinTer, Mrs. ' E D. MERMIGAS 1141 G TAFF Crouch for her adverlising assislance, Mrs. Breil for aid in arf worlc, and Mrs. I'lelen Mary I-IeIlin's confinuous cooperalion. Miss Jean Evers, as usual, and Miss Gerfrude Feeny of Ihe Iibr r dere invaluable assisfance. The sfa ers'a 'pplaud Ihe Iacully, sludenfs, and organizalions who have qiven The chfwh id cooperafion. fp! r. Charles A. Bill was again Iaculfy adviser Io 'rhe Viking. 0 ANN JOHNSON STANLEY MIKRUT MALAMATY LIAKOS 0 VERA BJURSTROM MARY WILLIAMS ANITA BLOMGREN 9 MARILYN BATTERSON WALLACE GRIFFITH JEANNE HERDMAN 621OfLLfl' fpaitlzful servants "-T HE F F G MIIIer J. Hansen IKI IIEPR VIKING AIDS FRONT ROW: H. Garepis M Kosebas M Didier G L'nd , . , , , . 1 qren, J Kosebas, G. Karras. ROW 2: T, Schock, M. FoIos, L. Borgeson, M Swanson, J. Brockhoff, A. I-IartoIcoIis, F. Sherer. ROW 3: C. Kinnas J, Hunan, C. Kramer, R, Abbott, R. Schmidt, J. Hansen, W. Gasper D, Fulton, R. Steffen. DIVISION PICTURE REPRESENTATIVES mom ROW: B. H artwick, B, Fischer, J. Cowtney S Stielow. ROW 2: D. BIanchI, R. McCauIey, R. Eberwein, J. LudvIIg.- ROW 3: 555 B. BoIander, L, Rogns, L, VaIe, A. TIderr1an, A. Benson, B. Glees. ROW ' 4, G. Workman, R. Helmer, L. Yetto, L. Klock, R. Beabien E. Anderson, G. Lindgren. ROW 5: R. Benson ter, J. PhiIIIos, W. Barber, W. Gasper, E. Hartung. ROW 6' R Schwab, U. Sernpf, V. Kinnas, D. Ream, G. Tschudy, L. KeviII,A M. Zurlck, E. KoIIInzes, , F. Valdivia, W. Schluei 9 SENIOR FEE SEATED: Irene Sassrnannshausen, FIo'ence Sherer, VivIan TownIey Asfr'd J h ' I o nson. STANDING, Dorothy Wagner, Myrtle Glowen, Mari garet ZeII, Mae Yonan. :- .. Ar? A? I - As.. v - M. A. Thornton T. Schock J Roe I1 M S . c . wanson A. Misiak W. Gasper C. Kuehnle P. Kane R. Anderson G. Lindgren L. Vlasak T I Constance D. Mermigas y Jack A. Polachelc - Co-Editors Annamae F. Schlueler I ASSOCIATE EDITORS Myrl C. Barth. ,. Wlrene A. Sassmannshausen Ann Johnson... ,,,,, Business Manager ASSISTANT EDITORS Vera Biurslrom , ,,,, Anita Blomqren Malamaly Lialros ,. , ,,,, ,,S,, . Mary Williams DEPARTMENTAL EDITORS Stanley Milcrulin, ., , Photography Editor Wallace Griffith ,S,, . ,SS,,,, ...Index Editor Jeanne Herdman .. Lilerary Editor Dernelra Paganis . ,Organization Editor Grace Miller ,S,,, January Senior Editor Marilyn Ballerson ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , June Senior Editor ART DEPARTMENT Richard Anderson .. , ,,,,, , Caroline Leiter Robert Slernlofl ,,,, Louise Vlasalr ASSISTANTS Jerome Hansen. ,,,, , Gene Lindgren Lucille Nelson ,,,, ,. , ,s,, Joseph Roach Theodore Schoclc., ,,S,,, . ,Margaret Swanson Charles A. Bill, Sponsor STAR REPRESENTATIVES SEATED: Monica Nelson, Lois Olsen, Myrl Barth. STANDING: Frank Bloom, Walte' Schlueter, Jirn Phillips, Wayne Gasper, Robert Beaubien. VIKING REPRESENTATIVES FRONT ROW: G. Tschudy, J. Lange, J. Donavan, M. Glowen, H. Papacostas, L. Olsen, D. Collignon, D, Wagner, V. Biurstrorn, H, Gruber, M. Barth. ROW Z: H, Barkulis, C, Bloornenthal, A, England, B. Berquist, J. Westerland, N. Swanson, M. Hoffman, M. Thornton, . V. Townley, A. Tidernan, F. Bloom, R, Linclorl, M. Clausen. ROW 3: I H . . . . . . Elrlind, B. Spahr, D. Bianchi, L, Kevill, M. Zurich, V. Krowka, D. Sarantakis, D. Sears, P. Bloom, R. Peterson, G. Workman, J. Roberts, D. Ream, L. Frazier, ROW 4: A. Keller, R. Beaubien, W. Schlueter, I A. Anton, J. Hagen, J. Phillips, R. Meynen, A. Berlinger, W. Gasper, I H. Slcow, M. Swanson, L, Kloclc, M. Nelson. 5 . 4' A ' -r li ' T' 'I I H I , , ,,..,' , ,r-'.l, I A f .:'r . . ., . is 'Wie I . Q' ' Qi. I i': I . rf sr l I . I 1 A i B. Gedigian R. SternIoFF M. Kosebas B. Meynen G. Karras C. Kinnas G. Fuhrmann R. Nielsen M. Zell R. Schmidt J. Honan L. Nelson G R A D E o o o Finale-young, courageous. ardent music . . . they have learned well, and played their difficult score with ' ll brilliance . . . the conductor bows, "Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, we done" . . Fanfare! Wieck-9 I 19412 k JUNE, S5 4 Almefoth Af1defSU'1. M- Anderson, S. Anderstrom Asplund Bois Bauer Becker, D. Becker R, Bedell Begley Benson' Bernhardt Berthel , Bills Blackburn Blom Blgomfigld ...... A A L A AL GLASSGEN Vice-President DOROTHY HARRIS Valedictorian WILLIAM THOMPSON President YSHIRLEY ALMEROTH is "Watching and Waiting" tor her '4I Viking. "Shirl's" activities were National l-lonor Society. S, G. C., Spanish Club, Record Otiice, and Gift Committee . . . MARJORIE ANDERSON is commonly called "Marie," "Margie" was in the Stu- dent Council, S. G. C., Clean-Up Committee, Civic Duty, and was a Hall Guard . . . SONIA ANDERSON listens it anyone sings "Two Dreams Met." "Swede" participated in the Splashettes, Election Board, Ring and Pin Committee, Graduation Committee, S. G. C., and was a Log artist . . . AELAINE ANDERSTROM answered to "E" and vas a member ot the Student Council, German Club, Civic Duty and Clean-Up Committee . . . It you dream ot "Jeanie" with the Light Brown Hair" it is probably .IEANETTE ASPLUND. "Nett" belonged to the National Honor Society, G. A. A., Latin Club, Chorus, S. G. C. and was an otiice girl . . , MARY BAIS showed her sorrow at leaving Amundsen by singing i'I'll Never Smile Again." She was in the G. A. A., Library Stati, Greek Club, and was a Swimming Guard . . . fRONALD4"Ron- nie"-BAUER is "Dritting Along with the Tumbling Tumbleweed" in Arizona. I-le vas in the Boys' Chorus, College Day Committee, Program Committee, Round Table Radio, and National I'lonor Society . . , "May- bel' you could call DONALD BECKERf"Don." I'Ie belonged to the Student Council and Prom Com- mittee . . . RICHARD BECKER claims "I need a Little Lovin'." "Dick" was on the Prom Committee, Program Committee, Soccer Team. in the Letter Men's Club, Chorus, Stage Crew, lntra-mural Boxing and Election Judge . . . fDOLORES BEDELL has an Ulmaginationf' "Del" participated in the S. G, C. and Bowling Team . . . FRED BEC-JLEY enjoys humming "Deep Purple." "Muscles" spent his time in Bowling, German Club, Band, Social Committee and Hall Guard . . . RICHARD BENSON listens to "Stardust" any time possible. "Dick" was in the R. O. T. C. Otiicers' Club, Round Table Radio, Program Com- mittee and Prom Committee . . . fGENEVIEVE BERN- I'IARDT'S nickname was "Jenny" but she didnlt mind being called "Sweet Genevieve." She took part in the activities ot the S. G. C., Log Statt and Latin Club . . . We hope LA VONE BERTHEL is "Happy Now." "La Voney" was in the Chorus, S. G. C.. Round Table Radio, Public Speaking Contest, National I-lonor Society and was a Viking Representative . . . ADELINE BILLS muttered "There I Go" as she left Amundsen. "Bobbie" was a I-lall Guard, Ottice Girl, in the G. A. A. and Graduation Committee . . . QMILDRED BLACKBURN answers to the name ot "Millie." When asked it she remembers her Alma Mater she replies "I Do, Do You?" She belonged to the S, G. C. and G. A. A .... JAY DEE BLOM was president ot the Bowling League, active in Football, Baseball, Chorus, Hi-Y, and Prom Committee. "Jay" tells all these organizations "Thanks tor the Memo- ries" . . . ROBERTA BLOOMFIELD considers herselt "Small Fry." "Bobbie" was in the S. G. C., Student Council, Viking, Log, and Library Statts, and Honor Society. +CLYDE BOYER moans "Am I Blue." He misses the Bowling Team, Spanish Club, lntra-Mural Sports and Social Committee , . . "Every Day's a Happy Day" tor BETTY BRITT. "Britty" took part in the National Honor Society, Student Council, Log Statl, Clean-Up Com- mittee, Latin Club, G. A. A., S. G. C. and was chair- man ot the Senior Program Committee . . .JEAN BUR- SON-"Jeannie"--was vice-president ot the Zeta Chapter ot the S. G. C ..., Wonder who "Budd" Buss MFRANCIS JAMES BUSS on the recordsl could be thinking ot when he sings, "Gee, But You're Swell," "Budd" was on the Entertainment Committee and Basketball and Baseball teams... "Maybe" MARION CARDY won't mind it you call her "Mickey," She was vice-president ot the G. A. A., secretary ot the Letter Girls' Club, president ot the Splashettes, chair- man ot Badminton. in the National Honor Society, Bowling League, Social Committee, S. G. C., and was a Lite Guard . . . MILDRED CARLSON was called "Milly" by all her friends. She belonged to the Red Cross, S. G. C., G. A. A., Social Committee and was a Hall Guard. "My Last Goodbye" was her theme song on graduation day . . . fBETTY CHRISTENSEN might have said, "I Hear a Rhapsody" as she walked into Mixed Chorus, "Christy's" other activities were G. A. A., Social Committee, S. G. C.. Red Cross, and Bowling League, and she was secretary ot the English Club . . .To JUNE CHRISTOFFEL we say "Stay as Sweet as You Are." "Chris" was vice-president ot the Tri-Hi-Y, treasurer ot the G. A. A. and the Delta S, G. C., was a Letter Girl, Service Girl, member ot the Chorus, Honor Society, Splashettes, Social Com- mittee, Spanish Club and Student Council . . . VIR- GINIA CLASEN might be quoted as saying, "'I'II Never Smile Again' until you call me 'Jinny'." She was active in the G. A. A., S. G. C., A Cappella Choir, Student Council, Bowling League, Girls' Chorus, and was a Hall Guard . . . fARLENE CONOBOY was known as "Irish" by all her triends. Her ideal man might be something like "Ragtime Cowboy Joe." While at Amundsen she participated in the G. A. A., S. G. C.. and German Club . . .ANDREA CONSTAN says, "'I Give You My Word' my nickname is 'Mickey'," She was in the G. A. A., Greek Club. Red Cross, was a Hall Guard and on the Library Statt . . , BETTY COURTNEY must have been in a belligerent mood when she chose "Apache War Dance" as her song title. "Court" was active in the German Club, Program Committee, Day Committee, G. A. A., Red Cross. x-.as a Hall Guard and was treasurer ot the Gamma Chapter ot the S. G. C ..,. +fMAR6ARET CRAMER you know her as "Mari" may also be called "Margie," She was in the Honor Society, TriAHi-Y, S. G. C., G. A. A., and Prom Committee, and was a Service Girl . . . "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," you know that JANET CRONIN is around. "Jan" was treasurer ot the Senior Class, president ot the Student Council, Chair- man ot the Ring 81 Pin Committee, member ot the German and Satety Clubs, Honor Society, A Cappella Choir, Splashettes, Red Cross, and S. G. C .... FRANK CROWTHER, "Howie" alters a song title to say 'I"ve Got Time to Be a Millionaire." He was manager ot the football team and chairman ot the Graduation Committee, member ot the Chorus National Honor Society, Letter Men's Club, French Club, Hall Guard . . . "Maybe" ifBETTY ANN CUNNINGHAM has no nickname. Her activites were S. G. C., Drama Club, Latin Club, Clean-Up Committee, Social Committee, lntra-Mural Volleyball and Honor Society . . . GLORIA JANE DAVEY'S longing tor the West was discovered when she chose "California, Here I Come" tor her song title, "Bux" participated in the G. A. A., S. G. C., Spanish Club, Graduation Committee, and Hall Guard . . . Listen closely, you may hear BILL DEMAS called "John." "The Bernie Song" catches his attention. He was active in the Basketball, Wrestling, Swimming, and Football teams, Hi-Y, Social Committee, and Intra- Mural Sports. Boyer Buss Christensen Conoboy Cramer Cunningham Britt Burson Cardy Carlson Christoffel Clasen Constan Courtney Cronin Crowther Davey Demas Domke Dunn Fberwein Egelkraut Fazio Feemster Frayser Gaderlund Glassqen GraVeS Gunther Hansen Dunsheath Euler Field Gilbertson Gunderson Harris fGERTRUDE DOMKE travelled "Cross Town" to at- tend Amundsen. "Gerty" was a member ot the S. G. C., G. A. A., German Club, and Hall Guard . . . FRED- RICK DUNN'S favorite tune was "Starlit Hour." "Fred" was on the Gitt Committee . . . MARY ANN DUNSHEATH ljust call her "Terry"l was secretary ot the Senior Class, secretary ot the National Honor So- ciety, an associate editor ot the Log, president ot the Gamma S. G. C., and in the 'G. A. A. She sighs and says, "lt Was Wonderful Then." . . . flRENE EBER- WEIN is better known as "Renie." She can be quoted as saying, "My Heart Belongs to Daddy." Her activi- ties were Chorus, G. A. A., Bowling Team and Gift Committee, and she was treasurer ot the Alpha Chap- ter ot the S. G. C .... JUNE EGELKRAUT was known as "Eggie" to all her triends. ln spite ot being a "Scatterbrain," her work in the Program Committee, Bowling Team, Delta Chapter ot the S. G. C., National Honor Society, and G. A. A., was appreciated . . . l'Bright Eyes" were the distinguishing characteristics ot EILEEN EULER. "l" was active in the G. A. A., Program Committee, Bowling Team, Delta chapter ot the S. G. C. and the National Honor Society . . . fBEATRlCE FAZlO'S nickname was "Bea." Her "School Days" were spent in the French Club, Zeta chapter ot the S. G. C., G. A. A., Program Committee and Col- lege Day Committee . . . MARY FEEMSTER had the alias ot 'ilzeemf' "Now I Knowi' she was in the Eta Chapter ot the S. G. C., Viking Statf, Prom Committee, G. A. A., Chorus and was a Service Girl . . . ETHEL FIELD has a strong passion tor "Orchids in the Moon- iightf' She took part in the Drama Club, G. A. A., National Honor Society and College Day Committee . . . ffGLORlA FRAYSER is used to being called "Shorty." "Not So Long Ago" she was a member ot the Prom Committee, Clean-Up Committee, Honor So- ciety, G. A, A., Chorus. Student Council, lntra-Mural Sports, Red Cross, Epsilon S. G. C. and was a Hall Guard, Service Girl and Gym Ottice Girl . . . BER- NICE GADERLUND can be easily distinguished by her "Dark Eyes." "Bunny" was active in the Spanish Club, G. A. A., Alpha chapter ot the S. G. C., Honor So- ciety and Graduation Committee . . . THOMAS GIL- BERTSON was hailed as "Gil" by all his friends. It was "Stormy Weather" the day he lett the Concert Band . . . ffAL GLASSGEN'S being a Letterman, on the Swimming Team might have had something to do with his liking "Der Tree Little Fishiesu. "Lil Alby" was also a Football and Wrestling Letter-Man, Vice-President ot the Senior Class, and a member ot the National Honor Society . . . HELEN GRAVES likes the strains of "Bolero". "Duchess" participated in the activities ot the lota Chapter ot the S. G. C., G. A. A., Log Statt, German Club, and Bowling Team . . . Take pity on ROBERT GUNDERSON when he says "l'm No- body's Baby." "Gunnie" spent his spare time in the R. O. T. C., lntra-Mural Sports, Soccer Team, Latin Club, Log Statt, Red Cross, Prom Committee, was a Hall Guard, and Marshal . . . ffMEYER GUNTHER is a "Smartypants", attested by the National Honor So- ciety. "Mike's" other activities were the Spanish Club, Bowling Team, Library and Viking Statis, Nominating convention and Graduation Committee . . . lt's too bad RUBY HANSEN couldn't "Linger Awhile" longer at Amundsen. "Rube" was in the Alpha chapter ot the S. G. C., vice-chairman ot the Graduation Com- mittee, in the G. A. A. and lntra-Mural Sports . . . DOROTHY HARRIS' favorite melody was "Frenesi." "Dottie" was president ot the Amundsen National Honor Society, was in the G. A. A., Spanish Club, Program Committee, Gamma Chapter ot the S. G. C., and was a Letter Girl. fROY HAWKINSON is a "High, Wide and Hand- some" "Superman." His activities were Swimming and Football Teams, Letter Men's Club, lntra-Mural Sports, Hall Guard, Stage Crew and he was chairman ot the Prom Committee . . .ARTHUR HEIN. "Art" requested 'Show Me the Way to Go Home" atter participating in lntra.Mural Sports, Track Team, Social Committee and Election Board . . . WAYNE HOLMBECK can be called 'lNels.'i,"ln Your Own Quiet Way," you were in the Latin Club and Swimming Team . . . iMAR- GARET HOLZMANN answers to "Margie." "My Mar- garet" participated in the S. G. C., German Club and Honor Society . . . EDWARD JACOBSON. "Jake" is "The Man Who Came Around" to the meeting ot the Prom Committee, German Club, Stage Crew and Elec- tion Committee . . . BERNICE JOHNSON lalias "Bee"l is represented by "The Johnson Ragf' She was in the Honor Society, Latin Club, Chorus, S. G. C., G. A. A., Nominating and Prom Committee and was a Service Girl . . . WCHARLES JOHNSON vould teel at "Home on the Range." "Chucks" activities were the Spanish Club, Wrestling Team, Band. Social Committee and Ritle Squad . . . HELEN JOHNSON, as did her sister, chose "The Johnson Rag." "Lynn" was in the Latin Club, Dance Club, S. G. C., Prom Committee. and was a Service Girl . . . MARILYN JOHNSON adores llThe Kitten with the Big Green Eyes." She spent time in the S. G. C., Honor Society, Chorus, German Club, Log, and was a Service Girl, Letter Girl, and chairman ot the Social Committee . . . f"Have You Met Miss Jones?" SARAH JONES was in the Drama Club, S. G. C., G. A. A. and Swimming Team . . . ERNA KARGE-'iTippy'fis still 'Looking tor Yesterdayll when she was in the G. A. A., Bowling League, Social Science Club, Retreshment Committee and was a Hall Guard . . . Perhaps' VIOLET KAUF- MAN could be called "Vi," Her acitivities were G. A. A., Student Council, S. G. C., Chorus, Gitt Com' mittee, Red Cross, Volleyball, and she was a Hall Guard . . . fELSlE KEMPER. Ronnieisl' choice ot song was "Devil May Care." She participated in the S. G. C., French Club, Honor Society, Social Committee Bowling Team and was a Viking Representative . . . RUTH KEPPLER is "Keppie.'l iNo Matter Where You Are" you won't be torgotten in the German Club, S. G. C., G. A. A., Chorus, as a Hall Guard and Election Otlicial ...' 'Tuxedo Junctioni' catches the tancy ot HOWARD KIRCHWEHM. 'lMoose" was active in the Football and Baseball Teams, lntra-Mural Sports, Social Committee, and Letter Men's Club . . . fLORRAlNE KRAMER is known as "Lorrie," "Sweet Lorraine" partici- Dated in the Honor Society, S. G. C., G. A. A., Red Cross, Ring and Pin Committee, Latin Club, and lntra- Mural Sports . . .A "Little Girl' is LOUlSE KRAUCH. "Lou" was in the National Honor Society, Viking Statt, Splashettes, Social Committee, S. G. C., lntra-Mural Sports, was a Log Cartoonist, Lite Guard, and Election Otticial . . . DOLORES LAMM can be called "Dolly". 'Doloresu was in the S. G. C., Program Committee, Gorman Club, Girls' Chorus, and was a Hall Guard. Football I. Who is tall, dark and handsome???? a. "Monk" Monahang b. Charles Kraemerq c. lt's a matter of opinionlj d. Bill Demas. Z. A strogig, silent, football star fthe kind you read aboutl, is it.?? a. Jim Phillips, b. Kenny Volrnarg c. Art Stevensg d. Al Glassgen. 3. What team did Amundsen play after winning the North Section. a. 20 mule teamg b. House of Davidq c. Girls' Volleyball team: d. Lindblom. 4. Who is the senior who did fine kicking and tackling on the team? a. Ralph Normanq b. Bob Onlsonj c. Roy Hawkinsonq d. George Kelly. lAnswers on page l4Ol Hawkinson Hein Holmbeck Holzmann Jacobson Johnson, B Johnson, C. Johnson, H. Johnson, M Jones Karge Kaufman Kemper Keppler Kirchwehm Kiamei Krauch Larnm Larson Lawson Lellman Leonard Lewis Limbert Loeding Ludwig Mader Maier Massa Mattick McCaule Mille G Mill J. y i, . er, Monahan Mundt Nappe fWARREN JACK LARSON, better known to all his pals as "Lars," informed us that "Ragtime Cowboy Joe" is his favorite crooning tune . . . "No Matter Where You Are," LILA LAWSON, we know you'll come through on top. 'iLyle" vas a member ot the Spanish Club, G. A. A., and Graduation Committee as well as the Honor Society . . . lt you hear the tune "My Reverieu youlre sure to iind ROSEMARY LELLMAN listening in a trance. "Romey" was president ot the Zeta S. G. C., a member ot the Program Committee, the Girls' Chorus, Spanish Club, Clean-Up and College Committees, as well as a Red Cross representative . . . ifliLinny," or EMILY LEONARD, says that no song can ever rate more with her than "Some One ot These Days." She had a very busy tour years participating in the French Club, Prom Committee, Debate Team, Glee Club, Safety Council, and also belonged to the Na- tional Honor Society . . . "When lrish Eyes Are Smil- ing" typities sweet ELSIE LEWIS. "Els" belonged to the Program Committee, Spanish Club and S. G. C. . . . "Yesterthoughts" v,ill always bring back memories ot Amundsen to GLENNA LIMBERT. "Fuzzy" belonged to the Alpha S. G. C., Graduation Committee, Chorus, and was a Red Cross and Viking Representative . . . WANITA LOEDING, the little girl with the sparkling smile, claims "I Have Eyes to See With." Anita was the proud possessor ot a silver pin, a member ot the Tri- Hi-Y, S. G. C., Social Committee, and also a Service Girl... HENRY LUDWIG, called "Hank" by all the studes seems to class "Imagination" as his No. l tune. Looking over his activities we tind him the typical fellow, being on the Basketball, Swimming, Baseball Teams, and a member ot the Hi-Y and Prom Commit- tee . . , ALYCE MADER enioys listening to "My Buddy" most any time. "Corky" vas active in the G. A. A., belonged to the Splashettes, Badminton Club, and the L. G. C. She was a member ot the Gitt Com- mittee, S. G. C., and Library Statt . . . fRUTH MAIER, otten known as "Ruddy" tits the song "Simple and Sweet," usually. She was a member ot the National Honor Society and Graduation Committee . . . WAL- TER MASSA, alias "Wally," goes tor the more modern tempo and chooses as his tavorite jive piece, "Wham," . . . "Smiles" seems to be signiticant ot FLORENCE MATTICK. "Flossie" was a member ot the Zeta S. G. C., G. A. A., College Day Committee, and the Program Committee . . . 'We say to HAROLD Mc- CAULEY, "You're a Lucky Guy" as a hopetul wish tor the tuture. "Tim" was one ot Amundsen's helpers or a Hall Guard, a member ot the Program Commit- tee as well as the College Day Committee . . . "The Lady with Red Hair" is none other than GRACE MILLER. "Rustie" belonged to the Zeta S. G. C., Honor Society, Girls' Chorus, Bowling League, Ger- man Club, Viking Statt, and G. A. A. . . . JUNE MILLER says the l'Cuckoo ln the Clockli is her musi- cal description, but we don't think so, judging trom the records lett behind. June was Treasurer ot the National Honor Society, member ot the Prom Com- mittee, Service Girls' Club, Spanish Club, Dance Club, S. G. C., and the Ring and Pin Committee . . . fit you iind JOHN MONAHAN humming a tune, it's bound to be "Let's Make Love Again." "Monk" was chiet stooge or vaterboy tor the tootball team, a member ot the Basketball and Wrestling Teams, as well as the Hi-Y . . . JOHN MUNDT isn't even a little bit Russian, but he wants to be "Alone," From the looks ot his activities "Major" was kept quite busy in the R. O. T. C. as a commanding otticer, and a member ot the Rifle Team and a Hall Guard . . . With the tirst blast ot the "Toy Trumpet" WALTER NAPPE is at attention. "Wally" was a member ot the Band and Orchestra, Prom Committee, and the Latin Club. , A M... AUDREY PLAATJE Salutatorian JANET CRONIN Treasurer MARY ANNE DUNSHEATH Secretary ifDELORES NELSON seems to think that "Chatterbox" describes her. "Deedle" was in the S. G. C., G. A. A., Chorus, Library Statt, Bowling League, Honor Society and Social Committee . . . PETER NIKOPLOS, better known as "Nick" by all his pals, was no "Lazy Bones" when it came to working in the Greek Club, Bowling League and Gitt Committee . , . RALPH NORMAN is "Gone but Not Forgotten," "Buck" was on the Football, Baseball and Wrestling Toams, also in the Hi-Y and active on the Prom Committee . , . fHOW- ARD "OIe" OHLSON'S tavorite tune is "Crosstown" by Dick Jurgens. He vas on the Football, Track and Soccer Teams, Hi-Y, Prom Committee, and Letter Men's Club . . . JEANNE OLIVIER, whose tavorite is "Blue Echoes," certainly was not a "Jinx" to the S. G. C., Social Committee, G. A. A., Bowling League, Chorus and German Club . . . To FAITH OLSON we say "Don't Ever Change." "Bunny" was in the Latin Club, Program Committee, G. A. A., S. G. C,, Intra- Mural Sports, and president ot the French Club . . . 'MARTIN PENNINO typities "You Can Depend on Me" as he was on the Camera Crew, a Hall Guard and on the Graduation Committee . . . HELYN PETERSON enjoyed hearing 'ld Know You Anywhere." She was on the Program Committee, vice-president ot Epsilon S. G. C., in the G. A. A. and a Red Cross Representative . . . "So Youlre the One," DIANE PETROPULOS-' Deedew-who was French Club pres- ident, G. A. A. president, Boots 81 Saddle Club presi- dent. Program Committee Secretary, Hall Guard, Let- ter Girl and member ot the Chorus and S. G. C .... fKENNETH PETROPULOS, known as "Ken" thinks "Love ls the Thing." He was in the A Cappella Choir, R. O. T. C., Rifle Team, Hall Guard, Nominating and Program Committees and the French Club . . . AU- DREY PLAATJE, nicknamed "Freshie" was a "Smarty" in the S. G. C., L. G. C., Splashettes, Nominating Com- mittee, Bowling League, National Honor Society, Li- brary Statt and German Club . . . JACK POLACHEK, whose triends call him "Rocky," was "Busy as a Bee' as one ot the Viking Co-Editors, Hall Guard, Student Council and R. O. T. C. member . . . WGLADYS PUVOGEL picked "The Masquerade ls Over" as her song. "Gladie" was active in the S. G. C., Graduation Committee, G. A. A. and intra-Mural Sports . . . WAYNE REIMER answers to the name ot "Shorty," Although it missed him, "The Band Played On" when he lett it. He was also a member ot the German Club and a Hall Guard . . . ELAINE ROBINSON the "Girl with the Dreamy Eyes,' was active in the G. A, A.. Gitt Committee, Election Board Drama Club, Spanish Club and S. G. C .... fWILLIAM ROGOWSKEY- "Willy"-was no 'Sleepy Head' on the Track Team and Social Committee . . . "Goodbye, Little Darlin', Goodbye," is VIRGINIA SLATER'S song. The school ac- tivities she left behind were G. A. A., Spanish Club, Social Committee and S. G. C .... "Theres Some- thing About a Soldier" that reminds us ot GEORGE SARLAS, who was an R. O. T. C. man. He was also in the Greek Club, Boys' Chorus, Gitt Committee, A Capella Choir and a Hall Guard. Nelson Nikoplos Norman Ohison Olivier Olson Pennino Peterson PEYFODUIOS D Petropulos, K. Plaatje Polachek Puvogel Reimer Robinson Rogowskey Salter Sarlas Saussele Scholin Schulze Sempf Shackel Shimitis Sieg! Slack Sleeth Smason Smith, M. Smith, S. Stevens Strang Streed fFLORENCE SAUSSELE considers herselt a "Scatter- brain." "Saucy" was active in the Social Committee, G. A. A., lntra-Mural Sports, Chorus, Spanish Club, Pan-American Club, Epsilon S. G. C. and was a Red Cross and Viking Representative . . . HAROLD SCHO- LIN looks at everything trom a military standpoint as he chose "We're in the Army Now" and he was a Major in the R. O. T. C. "Major" was also a Hall Guard, Log Representative, member ot the Spanish Club and Graduation Committee . . . HELEN SCHULZE-"Schulzie" claims, "These Are the Things l Love:" Social Committee, National Honor Society, Service Girls' Club, Delta S. G. C., German Club, Chorus, Splashettes, secretary ot Tri-Hi-Y and G. A. A., and treasurer ot the Letter Girls' Club . . , wMARGA- RET SEMPF is "Gone ltrom Amundsenl But Not Forgotten." "Margy" was in the Red Cross Committee, G. A. A., Alpha S. G. C.. Social Committee and Chorus . . . JOANNE SHACKEL is "Just a Kid Named Jo." Jo was president ot the Letter Girls' Club, vice- president ot the G. A. A. and Student Council, a Ser- vice Girl, Hall Guard, Red Cross Representative, member ot the National Honor Society, Election Board, German Club, Chorus and Delta S. G. C .... To ANN SHIMITIS we say, "You're the Tops." "Blondie" was Editor-in-Chiet ot the Log, a member ot the Ep- silon S. G. C., National Honor Society, G. A. A.. Service Club, Bowling Team and Nominating Commit- tee . . . WELEANOR SIEGL has "Tonight" as No. I on her Hit Parade. "Elly" participated in the activities ot the Viking Statt, Social Committee, Pan-American League, Clean-Up Campaign, Red Cross, G. A. A., lntra-Mural Sports, Epsilon Chapter ot the S. G. C.. and Girls' Glee Club . . . WILLIAM SLACK would turn around it someone called "Willy," "Clementine" is his tavorite melody. He was in the Spanish Club and Otticers' Club . . . MILDRED SLEETH was in the Chorus, which suggests why she might choose "l Hear Music." She was also a member ot the G. A. A., Epsilon S. G. C., Social Committee, Spanish Club, was a Gym Leader and Log Representative . . .+fMAR- VIN SMASON is hailed as "Srnas." When leaving Amundsen he bid "Fare Thee Well" to the Log Statt, Graduation Committee and Log Representative . . . MARGARET SMITH listens closely when she hears "My Last Goodbye." "Marge" was active in the G. A. A., Bowling League, lntra-Mural Sports, Gamma Chapter ot the S. G. C.. Gift Committee and Letter Girls' Club . . .SARAH SMITH is called "Billie" by all her triends. She was not "Careless" as tar as her work in the G. A. A., Iota Chapter ot the S. G. C., Gradua- tion Comrnittee, Election Board, Girls' Chorus, A Cappella Choir, Bowling League, French Club and as a Gym Leader was concerned . . . i"You've Got to Be a Football Hero" to be like ARTHUR STEVENS. "Art" was on the Football Team, Social Committee, Baseball, Basketball and Swimming Teams, in the Letter Men's Club. and lntra-Mural Sports.. .JULE STRANG claims, "l'm Nobocly's Baby." "Julie" participated in the activities ot the G. A. A., lota Chapter ot the S. G. C., Graduation Committee, was a Viking Repre- sentative and Hall Guard . . . MARJORIE STREED teels "Fresh as a Daisy." "Margie" was president ot the G. A. A,, vice-president ot the lota S. G. C., a Hall Guard, member ot the Student Council, S. G. C.. Prom Committee, Latin Club, Honor Society, Library Stati and Chorus. Do You Know- I. What everyone does when you drop something in the lunchroom? a. Cries, b. laughsg c. clapsg d, is silent. 2. Wlhah does gaming in class two minutes after the tardy e mean a. a smile from the teacher, b. a hand from the class, c. one f?l extra study, d. no homework for the rest of the week. 3. Where you hear a constant shhh'inq? a, in the boiler roomy b. in the libraryg c. at the basket- ball game? 4. Whicih ogne of the following doesn't "gripe" a student in cass. a. fingernail scraped on the blackboard: b. the sound of the "Juke box" in the gymg c. after burning the night oil, the home-work isn't collectedg d. class dismissed early. iAnswers on page l40l wHENRY SULLIVAN-"Little Man What Now"-are you in a tog about leaving Good Old Amundsen atter tour grand years? 'Hank" was a member ot the Latin Club . . . ROBERT THEISEN must have enjoyed ath- letics as he was a member ot the Swimming Team and in lntra-Mural Sports besides belonging to the Hall Guard Statl. "Moon Love" is "Buds" top tune . . . Sophisticated AIMIE THOMAS selected "Black Moon- light" to represent her mood. "Mitzie" belonged to the Log Statt, S. G. C., G. A. A. and the Program Committee . . . WWILLIAM THOMPSON chose the popular favorite ot Orrin Tucker's band, "Billy," as his grand tinale. "Bill" was a member of the Latin Club. It was as though the honor and glory ot the Senior Class tell upon his shoulders in the torm ot the presidency . . . "Annie Doesn't Live Here Any More" since ANNA MAE VALE has lett the little red schoolhouse.,"Shortstop" was a member ot the Library Statt, S. G. C., Gitt Committee and the Gym Leaders' organization . . . DOROTHY VALENTINE says "When l Grow Tco Old to Dream" I'll have my good times at Amundsen to remember. "Dotty" was in the G. A. A. Follies, Girls' Chorus. Spanish Club and Zeta S. G. C .... ff"Small Fry" in the person ot DOROTHY WAGNER was the Secretary ot the S. G. C. Beta Chapter and a member ot the Gift Committee . . . llllm in a Dancing Mood" sang DOROTHIE WAL- LIN as she happily walked through the halls. "Dotty" was president of the Beta Chapter ot the S. G. C., a member ot the G, A. A., and also the Gift Commit- tee . . . BETTY WEDGWORTH'S musical pleasure seemed to be centered around the melody "The Call ot the Canyon.' "Wedgie" was president ot the National Honor Society, Assistant Editor of the Log, Secretary ot the Gamma S. G. C., and a member ot the Program and College Day Committees . . . "l want to Be Happy" is definitely AEUGENE WELSH'S theme song. "Gene" was active during his school career, being a Marshall and Hall Guard as well as a member ot the R. O. T, C., Hi-Y, German Club, Stu- dent Council, and the Prom and Program Committees . . . BETTY JANE WESTFALL participated in the Stu- dent Council, Latin Club, Honor Society, Ring and Pin Committee, and Prom Committee. The piece "Bets" enjoyed dancing to was "All This and Heaven Too," , . . RICHARD WILLBERG selected as his Viking tune, "Willie, Willie, Will Ya." "Willie" enjoyed lntra-Mural Sports while at his Alma Mater . . . fGLADYS ZEIHER, the young lady with the lovely voice, asks only this: "Let All My Lite Be Music," Gladys was a member ot the National Honor Society, Graduation Committee. Girls' and Mixed Choruses, and the French and Ger- man Clubs . . . "Waltzing, Waltzing, High on a Cloud" is ARLINE ZUNDELL'S special piece. llfvi- dently she saw Deanna Durbin in Spring Parade.l "Dells" vas a member ot the S. G, C. and Gradu- ation Committee . . . "Little Man What Now" typi- ties that likeable tellow known as "The Great Fred- erick." FRED TUISL participated in the R. O. T. C., Drama, and Viking. Remember him as the constant companion to the hall guards? "The Image HELEN AHLROTH CHRIS CONDOS ROGER CONE HOWARD COOK MARION COUTRE JOHN GEGOUNES ELSIE GOTTSCHALK JANET GRUDZIEN RALPH HARDY JANICE JENKINS MARION DOPHEIDE CARTER JOHNSON Sullivan Thompso Wagner Welsh Zeiher of You" . ARCHIE KIRKOPULOS GEORGE KURZ CHRIS LAMBOS BUD LUBLINER PATRICIA LUBLINER THOMAS LYONS Thr-isen n Vale Wallin Westfall Zundell . is missing JERRY MARTIN IRMA MATTHES JOSEPHINE MENDELS PHYLLIS NOREHEAD ZEYMOUR OGRON PATRICIA O'HARA Thomas Valentine Wedgworth Willberg Tuisl DON STELZNER ROBERT SIECK CHARLES WATERS LA VERNE WEBB WARREN WEBSTER LORRAINE WOODS 66 99 When You and l Were Seventeen JANUARY PROM-SHAWNEE COUNTRY CLUB A lingling January evening . . . gay, exciled couples . . . a smoolh, gleaming ballroom floor . . . gowns of enchanling hue . . . soil, rhylhmic music . . . lleeling shadows of many dancers . . . happy culminalion ol a long awailed evenl . . . lhe January Promenade of I94I. The prom commillee-'s splendid work succeeded in making This evenl a Jrruly memorable occasion for all who allended. SENIQBS: Prom and Breakfast . . . 219-See Fuller . . . Senior Hall . . . Bloomer Girls . . . Vik- ing Staff . . . Chemistry and Ponies . . . Crew Cuts . . . Elec- tions and Campaign Speeches . . . Finger Tips . . . Hay Bide Parties . . . Ah-h-h! Food . . . Angora Sweaters . . . Football Heroes . . . SGC .... Ignatius . . . Bangs . . . Committees . . . luke Boxes. gfgsf ,I F , S' UP the 0 N IlllfllllllttlllllllllltlllIlIHIHIIIHIIIIItllllIlllIIIHllHUItllllllllllIlIllHNilHHllllNllIlIliHtlIlllIIlIlllllllllllIllllllllIIIIIIllIIIllHHIIIIIIHHIIlIHIIlIlllllIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIIHIIII harp . . . flats i Gloria Davey .s Riioy Hawkinson Cut Up Girl Best Looking Boy Arthur Stevens Aimee Thomas Caveman Fmazon Anita Loeding Cutest Girl Jaclc Polachelc Handy Boy Faith Olson Best Looking Girl Henry Ludwig Mr. Prom Date Ronald Bauer Efficiency Boy Dorothy Wallin Shyest Girl John Monahan Personality Boy Sarah Smith Swing Singer Mary Anne Dunsheath Howard Ohlson Margaret Cramer Wayne Holmbeclc Sweetest Girl Cutest Boy Best Line Girl Shyest Boy William Slack Betty Wedgworth Richard Benson Joanne Shackel Punster Orator Girl Best Line Boy Fashion Plate Girl Dorothy Harris George Kurz June Miller Meyer Gunther Brain Trust Heart Breaker Boy Personality Girl Walking Dictionary Jay Dee Blom Ethel Field Al Glassgen Janet Cronin Big Shot Handy Girl Most Versatile Boy Most Popular Girl Gladys Zeiher Frank Crowther Mary Feemster William Thompson Most Likely to Succeed Orator Boy Miss Prom Date Most Popular Boy John Mundt Betty Britt Robert Gunderson Florence Saussele Service to School Best Actress Fashion Plate Boy Class Flirt Mildred Slee Sophisticate Diane Petropu Most Versatile C Walter Napp Class Pest Jean Burso Heart Breaker Alyce Made Class Chatterb . . natural l Y Myrl Barth Stafford Davis Handy Girl Fashion Plate Boy Wallace Griffith lrene Sassmannshausen ost Lik-:lv to Scczeea O'JtorGi'l Robert May Betty Colley lity Ci Persona ' o 'f John King Sliyest Boy ay Alice Thornton Sophisticate Phyllis Miller Sfrwif-' tr: Sfhocl Personality Bow Frances Chirikos Swing Singer Paul Bouchard Casanova James Honan Omit-Q' 33. Margaret Bro Shyest Girl William Johnson Best Looking Boy Vergie Hetland Class Flirt Jean Erickson Cut UD Girl Dolores Fiebig Cutest Girl i t George Peterson Lois Whittemore James Weaver Annamae Schlueter Jitterbtiq Boy Amazon Jeanne Herdman William Rebholz Most Versatile Girl Cutest Boy George Kelly Marilyn Batterson Best Line Boy Sue Allen Best Looking Girl Eugene Granberg Edward Cannavan Most Versatile Boy Cut Us Bow Stephen Jerger Hanoi Boy Mary Walton Jitterbuq Girl Class Chatterbox George Valos Class Pest George Bodeen Mr. Prorri Date Harriet Erickson Sweetest Girl Mary Williams Most Pormlar Gi' Walking Dictionary Phyllis Norton Miss Prom D-Jtrg Harvey Deright Most Popula' Bm Dorothy Krell Fashion Plate Girl Robert Steffen Cayeriuln Efficiency Girl Kenneth Speirs Head Breaker Boy Vivian Townley Best Line Girl Kenneth Edgren Punster Jean Davidsen Heart Breaker Girl Douglas Fulton Biq Shot Allan- Lorincz Merle Strassheim B'ai:' Trust Best Actress t' ing ethe img Illelightedto Hear' was.. , A flik at !. "Who's your triend, H. B. W0ody?i' 2. Mary Jane Vandznbosch tinds lite very contoosini. 3. Things other than doiis interest Vera Biurstrorn now. 4. :'Weli, how do you do, Catherine Bassier?" 5. Anita Biornqren never lost that taste tor Cones, 25. Heien Barthoiomew looks iike she means business. 7. "Hank" Ludwiq giving us the einz, zwei drei:-spi-i-iei. 8. Waiiy Hansen, originator oi the Razz-ma-tazz. 9. Heian and Bernice, the Johnsons dcubie trouble. IO. 'ichubbyi' was the word tor Cotton-top Lois Whitteniore then. ii. Fashionatzie Nick Contos with the handicaps ot yesteryear. N2. Nc, its not Gypsy Rose Lee, but cur sweet Gefaidine Swansonf I3. Wifiard Lindahi with a tactn paste ad snniieg minus the teeth. i4. Qur dood-hurnored boy wonder-Ted Schock. 15, Aii dressed up and ready tc Q0 piaces-Anqeiine Cacioppc. tb. VVanda Miiieris eyes had it then, too. ii. A sweet miss ot the twenticsfBetty Cunningham. ig, "Do teii! Bea Gediqian, is that the wav you heard it?" 19. And shes stiii a shy iittie rniss today-filoicres Bedeii. 20. Way back vvhon Edith Vaianciey preterred blocks to the A B Cs 2I. Duke Arthur Astreno found iite easier when he could iean on a Cane. 22. "Couid the photographer be the attraction, Hazei Skowff' 23. Saliy Rand didnit have anything on Shiriey Lauten. 24, Ho, hurnt quess linfi putting the period to this paqeesiqned, Jack MCCauiey. 9 99 ebed Kuo the Trouble! een I I Y BREAKFAST COMMITTEE IRONT ROW: D. VoIr1en. L. Rpftefsovv, M. S'verIL:Lm, M. B'o, 5. Jmqeq M. WIIIIQHIS, A BIc::"q'em M. VQ1rme'IvIQf" ROW 7 CY. Kgaffas I-I. E'IgIcso" O. Scveifwe' F. Sami-efs B CQIISV A. Jrihfvszm J. -:I-R.-iI'-E" M. Blffhe' B. IIIQIS, J. G:-Izvvgt' R I"f-'P' C, Vvgqf-I. ROW' 3' VV. V"I3'1Sf" P K Line, G, Shi? R RVIN I-I M."'s E. K'.I', 5. Sa?1:.m', W, DIL-"-m.1,.' CONSTITUTION COMMITTEE FRONT ROW: P GfII'IItI:. J. Hopkins C Re kc' W GWIIIII' 9 Jwq fk', M. 'vV3q'emf A, Jn:I'wsr7'. ROW 2. M'. Bwf'ffIc'ff', D IYIQJHK J. C'-wmv A. Bwwwgf.-' J Vwffiv J. 5Q"'vII L N Q 'W V. N3,1.vSfI E, EcII'.i R, 94:5 A SIU If ROVV 3: L, Le'gf 'wf-ggpf S, Rgg'-rep. C. KH" J, Epmd T'1r'.4S T Lewes R. Rorvrw' N. Crmtcs. D. SI'3h3e'I. GRADUATION COMMITTEE TRONT ROW: B. Scffff D. Dwi'-if W. I 'wg V ILIIGVIS 5 ITaf".2f C. W.1't'e'. ROW' 2' P. 'Ny 'EH' Iv' Ywnan I" Kuwqef, R N,-ze' LMS B. Jcanaffts. ROVV 3: K. Ecq':r 9 RASWCA R Ifnfq R Mfrr' D.WI,'5a": .V.Tf.f-' 5 ferr: PROGRAM COMMITTEE FRONT ROW: L. Grmznkcf V. Vamp B. Scrmltz S, Cook J. WlfI:jFz E. ScIvw1I:- I. ROVV Z: B. ASIQQLMWIS L. Nf:Iscm, F. SVN:-v I-I. Dfusd' L. V.zIy M, Swarvsw' D EIfc7q M's Bans' J, Cf,'wi:a'w. ROVV 3 A. Gul, E. I-Iaqtymx B, M.-Cwe C, EI:1:Sf'.w" D. E,.'t"1 I D PROM COMMITTEE FRONT ROW' R. Ke,IIvIw H. I-Iuqwi. IE, Bu!-I-vw P. I-Ik' R Sour: I it IL' BnJ..c:'.1.1 ROW' 2: G IRM 'ss' L. Jffussofwx W Tlwwf- L. Swq SU' J. H-fx J" R. ZW" "'. 1" R. Wu .11 C. Ki:'IIm.'JS ROW! 3' J. Slnqv' 3 S."""11f V N:'t.' J fV", J, Efffvvv W' M'IIf M. NI: S 'I V' 35'f" " rw. SOCIAL COMMITTEE FRONT RC- R. T1 was 5, W uL"T5..'v J Qctt E HIT R. BT RCVV 21 L C'-'P' J, DAUISE' V, Lf'r"Au:" D AGI-'K D. Dv'-1' ah M. B:t"'ss'. ROIW3 IA W3"'lf' 'IECEMTI' Awww' T. LLM5 R NJ. R, Dwxef M De.- www' .1 lf ' Abela ,P-' Ahstrom Antes Aslrene Barcroft Bartholomew HARVEY DERIGHT President WALLACE GRIFFITH Vice-President ALLAN LORINCZ Valedictorian ARICHARD ABBOTT, "Dick," says that membership in the Football, Baseball, and lntra-Mural Teams, was not "All ln Fun." . . . "Pardon My Southern Accent," requests MARY ABELE. "Abe," was slated in the S. G. C. and French and Tennis Clubs . . . "That Baseball Glide" represents GEORGE ADAMS. "Red's" acitivies besides the Baseball Team, were lntra-Mural Sports, Band, R. O. T. C., College Day Committee, and Hall Guard. When -kHELEN ADAMS says, "lt Was Wondertul Then," her thoughts are the G. A. A., Chorus, Ottice Statt, National Honor Society. and Social Club . . . MAE AHSTROM says, "Be Happy" as I was in the G. A. A., Student Council, Red Cross, and as a Log Representative . . . "You Stepped Out ot a Dream," SUZANNE ALLEN, to take part in the activities ot the G. A. A., Chorus, Nomination Committee, Red Cross, Student Council, and lntra-mural Sports. "Sue" was treasurer ot the Tri-Hi-Y, and voted best tacial contours .... fROBERT ANDERSON- "Andy"-was not a bit "Bewildered" in the Satety Club, and Camera and Stage Crews . . . DOROTHY ANTES, "Shorty," claims "Ya Got Me" in the Honor Society, Attendance Otlice, and Social Com- mittee . . . GLORIA ARBOGAST showed her secre- tarial ambition by naming "Please Take a Letter Miss Brown," her favorite tune. Her activities were G. A. A., Bowling League, Honor Society, and Ottice Statt. fBERTHA ASKOUNIS is partial to "lt l Had My Way." "Skounie" was in the Latin and Greek Clubs, G. A. A., and Program Committee . . . "Piano Man," represents ARTHUR ASTRENE. "Mischa's" acitivities were Dance Club, Social Committee, Greek Club, Hall Guard, and Log Representative . . . RAYMOND BAIER claims, "l'll Never Smile Again" until you call me "Ray." He was a Hall Guard, Log Representative, Member ot the German Club, and Student Council. "l've Got My Fingers Crossed," says fSTELLA BARABAZ. "Stell" was in the G. A. A. and Chorus.. . JOANNE BARCROFT is the "Sweet Someone" known as "Butch." She was secretary ot the Tri-Hi-Y, in the French Club, Honor Society, Chorus, Log Statt, G. A. A., and S. G. C... . So "Youre the One," LUCILLE BARRE, sometimes called "Bobby," who was in the G A. A. and Gift Committee. We believe fMYRL BARTH, who was in the National Honor Society, Viking, and Attendance Ottice, when she says, "You Can Depend On Me" . .. HELEN BARTHOLOMEW enjoys hearing "Calitornia Here I Come." She was in the National Honor So- ciety, Nominating, Election, and Prom Committees, Spanish Club, Ottice Statt, G. A. A., S. G. C., and a Log Representative . . . "Let Me Call You Sweetheart," says CATHERINE BASSLER, but you can call her "Katie" She was in the National Honor Society, S. G, C., G. A. A., and German and Dance Clubs. iMARILYN BATTERSON admits, "I Dream Too Much," but in spite of this she has been lively in the Zeta S. G. C., L. G. C., Social Committee. Splashettes, Bowling League, Chorus, Viking, Tennis and French Clubs, and Secretary ot the Spanish Club . . . PEGGY BELONGA was an adorable "Music Maker" who would add delightful harmony to any melody. "Peg" enjoyed herself in the Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, G. A. A., lntra-Mural Sports, S. G. C., Chorus and the Senior Social Committee . . . ED- WARD BENDER was on duty in school as a Hall Guard, and was also on the Baseball and Football Teams. 'llt Makes No Ditlierence Now" is what "Ed- die" has been quoted saying. "The First Time I Saw You," AVIRGINIA BEREITER, you v,ere busily en- gaged in the Drama Class, working in the Attendance Ottice, at S. G. C.. and the National Honor Society . . . 'You Can't Brush Me oft" exclaimed STOSH BETZELOS, who was a valuable member ot the Cam- era Crew, the Stage Crew, and the Senior Program Committee . . . "Petite" LOTTIE BIENlEK'S "Got a Pockettul ot Dreams" that we all hope come true. She participated in the G. A. A.. and Mixed Chorus. "My Silent Mood" is as we know and remember fVIRGINIA BINDIG. "Ginnie," was a member of the S. G. C.. and the G. A. A .... FRANCIS BINTZ or "Beans," will take with her the memories ot the G. A. A., S. G. C., and Hall Guard duty, and pledges to be "Faithful Forever" to her Alma Mater . , . We think VERA BJURSTROM is quite a bit "On the Sentimental Side," but sentiment didn't interfere with her extr activities which included the Viking, G. A. A., S. G. C., Red Cross Representative, Hall Guard and Latin Club. . . . 'MARION BLOEMER'S "Brown Eyes" are the envy ot everyone. "Mae" was a member ot the G. A. A. and Chorus . . . When ANITA BLOMGREN comes "Smiling Through," we all agree it is pretty swell, be- cause we voted her as having the nicest smile in the Senior Class. "Swede" was also seen tlashing this charming smile at Tri-Hi-Y, S. G. C., Viking, Constitu- tional Committee, Breakfast Committee, Spanish Club, and G. A. A .... "You're Everything Sweet" we say to KARIN BLOOMQUIST, but it's too bad you didn't come to Amundsen sooner. Karin attended Duluth Cen- tral High betore she came to Amundsen. fGEORGE BODEEN has been crooning "Love and I" lately. George was Prom Committee Chairman, Student Coun- cil member, Hi-Y, Band, Orchestra, Soccer Team, Let- ter Man, Spanish Club, Fire Marshall and Hall Guard. He was also voted as having the nicest teeth ot our Senior boys . . . WILMA BOETH will miss the G. A. A. and S. G. C. "Billie" says "There'll Be Some Changes Made" in the tuture . . . "Star Dust" describes BO- NITA 8OEX'S eyes to a UT." She was in the Bowling League, G. A. A., and on the Gift Committee. To all her friends this lovely red head was known as "Bon- nie." lt's not always true but "l'd Rather Be Right" quotes fRAY BONATO. "Curly," as most ot us call him, was on the Stage Crew and the Gitt Committee . . . 'llt I Had My Wayi' sings ROSALIE BONFARDECI, we all ot course wonder what would happen, she's a S. G. C. and G. A. A. member . . . We think LOIS BORGESON resembles a "Sophisticated Lady" while here in Amundsen. "Smorg" was in the Tri-Hi-Y, G. A. A., Nominating Board, Spanish Club, Prom Committee, Log Representative, Viking, and the S. G. C. Batterson Bereiter Bindig Blr.-emer Bodeen Bonato Belonqa Betzelos Bintz Blomgren Boeth Boniardeci Bender Pieniek Bjurstrorn Bloomquist Boex Borqeson I 2 0 X Bouchard Bro Broadbent Brodie Brown, G. Brown, H, Brown, J. Brown, P. Bucolt Byrne Cacioppo Caine Cannavan Carlson, G. Carlson, J. Case Charleston Chelemengos +fPAUL BOUCHARD, known to his triends as "Fran," says, "Oh Look At Me Now." I-Ie was a participant ot the Student Council, Hi-Y, Prom Committee, a Log Representative, and a Marshall . . . "Five Foot Two" MARGARET BRO, called "Peewee," was a member ot the Kappa chapter ot the S. G. C., G. A. A., Span- ish Club, Tennis Club, Breakfast Committee, and she participated.. in lntra-mural Sports . . . THOMAS BROADBENT, who has the title ot "Doc," declares his favorite tune to be the "Menu Song." He was a mem- ber ot the Band, Orchestra, and Bowling League. "The Same Sweet You," fMARJORIE BRODIE, just call her I'Meb," took part in lntra-Mural Sports, was a member ot the Publicity Committee, G. A. A., and treasurer ot the Alpha chapter ot the S. G. C .... "Let's Dream This One Out" with GEORGE BROWN, who shared honors in the A Cappella Chorus, and was one ot our able Stage Hands . . . HOPE BROWN says, "Easy Does It," as we can see by her activeness in the G. A. A., German Club, lntra-mural Sports, Kappa chap- ter ot the S. G. C., and the Library Statt. Her triends just call her "Pookie.' '... fJUNE "Brownie" BROWN thinks "lt's Foolish But It's Fun" to have been in the G. A. A., Tennis Club, S. G, C., and a member ot the Social Committee . . . PEARL BROWN says, "It's the Little Things That Count," even though "Gates" was a member ot the G. A. A., Viking Statt, and the Alpha Chapter ot the S. G, C .... "And So Do I" think that AGNES BUCOLT is an addition to the G. A. A. the S. G. C. and lntra-mural Sports. "Wise Guy" iJAMES BYRNE, known as "Grandpa," was Vice-Presi- dent ot the Hi-Y, an Honor Society member, member ot the Chorus, Log Statt, Spanish Club, Pan-American League, Student Council, Nominating Committee, Hall Guard, and took part in lntra-mural Sports . . . "There I Go" best describes ANGELINE "Angie" CACIOPPO, who ably took part in the G. A. A., S. G. C., the Ottice Statt, and the Publicity Committee , . . Here comes "Margie," this time in the person ot MARGARET CAINE, called "Marge" by her triends, who was ac- tive in the G. A. A., the Spanish Club, S. G. C., and a member ot the Honor Society. It you need "Lessons in Love," +fEDWARD CANNAVAN might be ot some assistance. Also known as "Nile," Ed was a member ot the Red Cross, the Program Committee, and took part in lntra-mural Sports. . . GLADYS "Glad" CARL- SON came "Smiling Through" as a member ot the S. G, C., A Cappella Chorus, Latin Club, National Honor Society, Library Statt, G. A. A., Red Cross, Dance Club, Splashettes, and also participated in lntra-mural Sports . . . JUNE "Frenchy" CARLSON didn't seem to be "Careless" when she was able to be active in the Band, Orchestra, French Club, A Cap- pella Chorus, G. A. A. Delta S. G. C., and be a Hall Guard. "I Only Want a Buddy Not a Sweetheart," is the theme song ot vfHELEN CASE, tagged "Casey." She was a member ot the G. A. A., Mixed Chorus, National Honor Society, Latin Club, Library Statt, and Drama Class . . . Ot all the songs in the country BETTY CHARLESTON chooses "You Walk By" as her tavorite . . . ARTHUR CHELEMENGOS says, "I Give You My Word" that the only reason I haven't partici- pated in any ot Amundsen's extra-curricular activities is because I have been here only one year. His pals call him 'IArt." 'AFRANCES CHIRIKOS was a vaiuable member ot the G. A. A., and lntra-mural Sports. "Perdy" was partial to "I Do, Do You?" . . . BETTY COLLEY, "Sweet- heart ot Sigma Chi," engaged in S. G. C., Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Breakfast Committee, and Library Statt. "Betts" was voted to have the most prominent dim- ples . . . "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling," they usually belong to TOM "Curly" COLLINS, who was President ot the Spanish Club and member ot the Bowling Team. "Its a Great Day tor the Irish" as busy fJUNE CONDON, participates in the Clean-Up Campaign, Red Cross, Log, National Honor Society, S. G. C., French Club and Constitution and Program Commit- tees. Just call "Oh Johnnyl and JOHN CON- NOLLY appears. "Jake" participated in the Hi-Y, Latin Club, Social Committee, and Sports . . . NICK CONTOS showed his talent on the Log Business Statt, Honor Society and Gitt and Constitution Committees. "You're the Tops" . . . S. G. C., Red Cross, G. A. A., and Chorus, were some ot the places where "The Girl ot My Dreams," fRlTA MAY COOK, could have been tound . . . Here comes Cookie, or SHIRLEY COOK, who was well known in the National Honor Society, G. A. A., Service Girls, S. G. C., Program Committee, and Chorus . . . EVERETT "Ev" CORDT, member ot the R. O. T. C., Latin Club, Viking, and Hall Guard. was tagged "Lil Boy Love." "Trumpets Prayer," iLLOYD CORY, spends most ot his time in Band, Orchestra, and Sports . . . 'iMake Believe" that LORRAINE CREMER hasnlt lett the G. A. A., S. G. C., French Club, Chorus, and Social Committee . . . 'Ive Got My Eyes On You," BERNICE CZARNICK, as a valuable member ot the G. A. A., Chorus, and S. G. C .... For 'IFun On a Lazy Day," ffRlCl'lARD DAHLENBURG goes out tor Football, lntra-mural Sports, R. O. T. C., and College Day Committee . . . "I Only Have Eyes tor You," sighs DOROTHY DANA- HER, when not in the G. A. A., Chorus, German Club, Graduation Committee, Splashettes, Viking, S. G. C.. and Clean-Up Campaign ...PA Pretty Girl ls Like a Melody," is the best description ot JEAN DAVIDSEN. "Dave's" spare moments are taken up with Tri-Hi-Y, S. G. C., Boviling League, Honor Society, Latin Club, and Social Committee . . . Log Statt, Viking and Log Representatives, Marshall, Student Council, R. O. T. C., Otticers' Club, Drum and Bugle Corps, Latin Club, and Honor Society take up most ot fSTAFFORD DAVIS' time, besides Track and Hi-Y. No wonder he keeps repeating KIDO I Worry" . . . "Theres a Song in My Heart" hums JEANNE DEBOER while busy in the G. A. A., Program Committee, S. G, C., and French Club . . . "I Give You My Word" promises CAROL "Cary" DEPRIEST l'lI not torget the tun l had in the G. A. A. and French Club. The Weaker Sex I Dark hair, brown eyes and answers to the name of "bag"? o. Vergie Hetlandy b. Peggy Belongaj c. Hazel Skow. 2. Who is the girl high-lighted in the field of athletics iwe don't mean indoor sportsl? A a. Myrtle Gloweng b. Florence Shererg c. Bonnie Schultz. 3. A girl's most interesting night? - a. Bank nightg b. Saturday night: c. Prom niqhtg d. Wednesday night. 4. Tall, lblonde, both sophisticated and smooth? a, Lois Borgesong b. Marie LaCaverag c. Greta Markey. 5. How many of the students at Amundsen are girls? a. U33 b. Vg: c. 3157 d. 2f'3p e. M. 6. Mary Williams, Dorothy Strandell and Pat Fike are names of: a. Personal hanomaidens to M's. Rooseveltg b. Prom leac- ers of Grand Marchg c. new di'igibles. tAnswers on page I4Oj Chirikos Condon Cook, R. Corv Dahlenburg Davis Colley Connolly Cook, S Cromer Danaher DeBoer Collins Coutos Cordt Czarnick Davidsen DePriest Deright Derner Dekocher Devo Didier Diefenbach Doleman Donovan Dopheide Doyle Dreves Drusch Dw ' E d' Eflfl yep a ie - Edgren Eklind Ellis fI"lARVEY DERIGHT-"Gee But Youlre Swell" as the President ot our Senior Class among other things. When not presiding over Senior Hall, our president tound time tor Wrestling, Crew, and Basketball teams: Lettermanls Club, lntra-Mural Sports, Hall Guard, HifY Treas., Latin Club, Student Council, and National Honor Society . . . "I Can Dream, Can't I?" that we'Il have another to take the place ot LEONA 'Lee" DERNER in the German Club, S. G. C., and Red Cross . . . JEANNE DE ROCHER, who was called "Frenchie" by some ot her best pals, tells us that 'll Didnlt Know What Time It Wasll when I was busy in the S. G. C., G. A. A., Chorus Hall Guard, Breakfast Committee, French Club, and Tennis Club. Likable 'MICHAEL DEVO was "Happy as a Lark" especially when he was with the Social Committee, Chorus, Stage Crew, Log and Red Cross Representatives, Hall Guards, and lntra-mural Sports . . , "Smile A-while," MARGARET DIDIER, while we look at your record at Amundsen including Chorus, Hall, Guard, S. G. C., G. A. A., lntra-mural Sports, and Viking Statt . . . "Willie, Willie, Will Youl' miss the Track Team, Band, lntra-mural Sports, Breaktast Committee, Latin Club, Bowling Team and Hall Guard atter you leave Amund- sen? "Willie" is none other than WILLIAM DIEFEN- BACH. "Devil May Care," a three word description ot fDONALD "D" DOLEMAN as he rushes around to his many tasks in the Social Committee, Hi-Y, A Cappella Choir President, Baseball, Latin Club, and lntra-mural Sports . . . "I Can't Remember to Forget" the tun I had in the R. O. T. C., Latin Club, Hall Guard, and lntra-mural Sports, moans EUGENE DONOVAN . . . German Club, College Day Committee, and Viking Representative are the activities in which FRED DOP- HEIDE partook in Amundsen. A good description ot Fred is "These Foolish Things Remind Me ot You." "Sweet Genevieve" v,'ill always remind us ot fGENE- VIEVE "Jenny" DOYLE, who was an enthusiastic memf ber ot S. G. C., G. A. A., Chorus, lntra-mural Sports, and Tennis Club . . . "Just a Gigolo" was RICHARD DREVES who spent his time in Crew, Hi-Y, Intra-Mural Sports, Bowling League, Social Committee, and Hall Guard.. . "I'm A Dreamer," says HELENE DRUSCH as she dreams about the Log, Hall Guard, Red Cross, S. G. C., Bowling Team, Program Committee, G. A. A., and lntra-mural Sports, in which l'DoIly" was an active member . . . "Good tor Nothing But Love" and G. A. A., Bowling League, Spanish Club, lntra-mural Sports, Service Girl, Red Cross Representative, Chorus, and Honor Society is "Lala," alias fMARY ALICE DWYER . . . 'lA Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square" in the person ot MARION EADIE. l'Eadie" was well known in the Student Council, S.G.C., Tri-Hi-Y, lntra- mural Sports, Program Committee, Service Girls, Latin Club, and Spanish Club . . . ANGELA ECKL cries, "Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning," but "Red" enjoyed working on the Library Stati, G. A, A., National Honor Society, S. G, C., Tennis Club, and Chorus . . . The "Dipsy Doodle" around Amundsen is WKENNETH "Doodle" EDGREN, a member ot the Graduation Committee, Bowling Team Treas., Clean- Up Committee, and lntra-mural Sports . . . ELAINE EKLIND was "A Little Bit Independent" with her smile as she worked in the S. G. C. Pres., French Club, G, A. A., lntra-mural Sports, L. G. C., College Day Committee, Hall Guard, National Honor Society, and Log Associate Editor . . . JUNE ELLIS says "Let's Be Buddies" to her many triends in the National Honor Society, French Club, Hall Guard, College Day Com' mittee, lntra-Mural Sports, Log Associate Editor, G. A. A., and S. G. C. , ,ef . . 5 K ii .. IRENE SASSMANNSHAUSEN Salutatorian and Washington Oratorical Winner HOWARD WOODY Treasurer DOROTHY KRELL Secretary fFRANCIS "Bewildered" ERHARDT participated in many activities. "Frannie" was a Splashette, in the G. A. A., Red Cross, S. G. C., Chorus, Constitution Committee, Student Council, and Bowling League . . . "Ain't She Sweet?" That's HARRIET ERICKSON. "Ricky" belongs to S. G. C., Breakfast Committee, Log Representative, Spanish Club, Library Statt, G. A. A.. and National Honor Society . . . "Love Lies" in JEAN ERICKSON. "Eric" acted in the S. G. C., Prom Com- mittee, Honor Society, Mixed Chorus, and Hall Guard. fEMlLY ESHOO had "Dark Eyes" and was better known as "Em". She belonged to the Bowling League, G. A. A., Chorus, and Drama Class . . . BARBARA FABER "Ain't Misbehavingf l'Babs" has the G. A. A., S. G. C., lntra-Murals, Swimming Club, Tennis Club, Camera Crew, Chorus, and Hall Guard as memories . . . When 'lln the Mood," JEROLD "Bairsl'ianks" FAIR- BANKS is Captain Band, Rowing Team, Murals. "You, You FARROW belonged Hall Guard, Service A. A., French Club, ot the Swimming Team, in the Breaktast Committee, and lntra- Darlinifi "Barbie!" wBARBARA to the National Honor Society, Girl, lntra-Murals, S. G. C., G. and Chorus . . . "My Heart Be- longs to Daddy" is the favorite ot RUTH FERDINAND- SEN. "Ferdie" was a member ot French Club, G .A. A., National Honor Society, College Day Committee, S. G. C., and Chorus . . . "Our Little Girl," DOLORES "Dolly" FIEBI6, belonged to the Tri-Hi-Y, National Honor Society, S. G. C., G. A. A., Service Girl, and Program Committee. frPATRlClA FIKE, "The Sunshine ot Your Smile" radiates through the G. A. A., Spanish Club, S. G. C., Prom Committee, Tennis Club, and lntra-murals . . . 'lScatterbrain," ELIZABETH FLACHS- ENBERGER, known as "Betty," belonged to the Ger- man Club and the G. A. A .... GEORGE FLORlAN says. 'l Can't Give You Anything But Love.' However, "Flory" also gave time to the German Club, Clean-Up Committee, and lntra-Murals. "Deep ln a Dream," fJEAN FRANK was on the Log Statt, in the G. A. A., French Club, S. G. C., and lntra-Murals . . . "Shall l Compare You" with the other members in the Chorus, G. A. A.. Spanish Club, Hall Guard, and S. G. C., ELAINE FREU? . . . JEROME FROY, "What Have You Got That Gets Me?" "Jerry" belonged to the Chorus, Spanish Club, Wrestling and Boxing Teams, and lntra-Murals. fGLADYS FUHRMANN tound time tor 'Reverieil as well as the G. A. A., S. G. C., and the Viking Statt . . . DOUGLAS FULTON says, 'lLet's Pitch a Little Woof Doug" was in the Movie and Stage Crews, Swimming, Soccer, and Bowling Teams, Program and Clean-Up Committees, Latin Club, Stu- dent Council, and lntra-Murals . . . "Little Miss Mute tetf' or MARGUERITE GABEL, sat on her tuttet, but she tended to the G. A. A., National Honor Society, Clean-Up Committee, and Ottce Stati. Erhardt Eshoo Farrow Fike Frank Fuhrma nn Erickson, H. Erickson, J Faber Fairbanks Ferdinandsen Fiebig Flachsenberger Florian Freu Froy Fulton Gabel Gallowich Gemskie Golenko Granberg Gregory Griffith, W. Gast Glowen Gorr Gray Grenon Grimshaw Gedigian Godenrath Gott Greene Griffith, P. Groth fDOROTHY GALLOWICH doesn't mind "Dreamin' Out Loud" it she's in the G. A. A., S. G. C., Splash- ettes, and lntra-Mural sports . . . You'll tind HELEN GAST "Drifting and Dreaming" in the G, A, AH S, G. C., and lntra-Murals . . . "Get the Moon Out ot Your Eyes," BEATRICE GEDIGIAN, so we can con- centrate on your activities. I'Bee" participated in G. A. A., Publicity Committee, Log Representative, Pres- ident L. G. C., Spanish, Boots-Saddle, Tennis, Bowl- ing and Leaders Clubs, Viking and S. G, C. "When You Wish Upon a Star" you immediately think ot ffLUClLLE GEMSKIE. "Lu" took part in the G. A. A. and Chorus . . . "Myl My!" MYRTLE GLOWEN, all your activitiesl "Gert" belonged to the National l-lonor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Latin and German Clubs, Program Committee, Chorus, and Bowling . . .JOYCE GODENRATH used her "Imagination" in the G. A. A., Breaktast Committee, and S. G. C. "sleepers Creep- ers!" ffLlLLlAN GOLENKO participated in the S. G. C., Program Committee, G. A. A., Tennis, Boots-Saddle and French Clubs, and Chorus . . . "Sunrise Serenade," sings GORDON GORR. "Gordy" belonged to the National Honor Society, t-li-Y, Latin Club, lntra-Murals, and College Day Committee . . . JEANETTE GOTT had "Dream Awhile" as her motto in the G. A. A., Social Committee, and S. G. C. "Smiles" radiating from fEUGENE GRANBERG helped him win the "nicest smile vote" plus Class "Sergeant-at-Arms." "Gene" was a member ot the Baseball and Football teams . . . "I Don't Want to Make History," says ARTHUR GRAY. "Artie" was a member ot the Stage Crew, Chorus, and Program Committee. . . MAR- GORIE GREENE advises, "Dont Worry 'Bout Me." "Margie" belonged to the S. G. C., G. A. A., and Latin Club ...' 'Please Believe Me," pleads WMEMO GREGORY when he says he's on the Log Statt, Nomi- nating Committee, and Log Representative . . . GER- ALDINE GRENON believes in "Pushin' the Conversa- tion Along." "Gerry" participated in the G .A. A., S. G. C., Log and Library Statts, Gitt and Constitution Committees, and Red Cross . . . "I Could Make You Care," insists PATRICIA "Pat" GRIFFITH, who be- longed to the National Honor Society, G. A. A., Chorus, Log Stott, S. G. C., and Constitutional Com- mittee. "Man and l-lis Dreams" picturizes Vice-Presi- dent ot the Senior Class, fWALLACE GRIFFITH. "Wally" divides his time among the I-li-Y, National l-lonor Society, Log, Viking, Concert Band, Spanish Club, Marshalls, Swimming and Track Teams, Letter- men's Club, Clean-Up Committee, Student Council, and Nominating and Constitution Committees . . . 'lm a Bad Boy," says EDWARD GRIMSHAW. "Ed" engaged in the Movie and Stage Crew, Program Com- mittee, Latin and Spanish Clubs and lntra-Murals . . . "Take Me Out to the Ball Game" to see ROBERT GROTH who was also on the College Day Committee and in lntra-Murals. ? ? ? ? I. What is the "Cercle Francais?" a. A novel, b. French Club, c. The ring around the bath tub. 2. What would we call someone who got IOO in a final.test? a. Procrastinatorq b. Prevaricatorg C. Prudeg d. Protllgate. 3. Why do you go to school? a. To catch up on sleep, b. To study: c. So you're won- dering tool d. To meet your dream man. 4. Who is the fellow who wore knickers to his grammar school graduation? a. Harvey Derightq b. George Bodeen, c. Clarence l-ledstromg d. Bill Thompson. 5. What year did the first class graduate from Amundsen? a. l94lg b. I934, c. we're still waiting, d. l93l, lAnswers on page I4Ol 'EDWARD GRUFF, was indeed athletically inclined in his Amundsen career being a member of the base- ball, basketball, and football teams. "Eddy" thinks that "Lazy Bones' gives you a glimpse of his personality . . . liWI'1en I Go a Dreamin' ll hums JOYCE HACH- MEISTER I will recall again my days of readin' and ritin' and rithmetic. "Joy" was a Hall Guard, a mem- ber of the G. A. A,, Spanish Club, and Delta S. G. C. ...A request has been made for EARL HAGBERG to "Please Come Out of Your Dream." But "Axel" didnt dream his eight semesters away as he participated in lntra-Murals, German Club, Program Committee, Swimming and Basketball teams. "I Know That You Knowfl fVlVIAN HAGSTROM. 'lVicki" was a member of the G. A. A.. S. G. C., as well as the Publicity Committee . . . "Marching Along" we may find that tall fellow ROBERT HAIG in a soldier-manls dress. "Bob" belonged to the R. O, T. C., and was active on the Graduation Committee . . . How "Shall I Com- pare You" LAVERNE HALVERSON to all your fellow students when you too have been a member of many organizations? "Verne" belonged to the Bowling League, S. G. C., Honor Society, Latin Club . . . wMONNIE HAMLING leaves Arnundsen with this thought in mind: "Thanks for Everythingf' Monnie be- longed to the Honor Society, Log Staff, Beta Chapter of S. G. C., Graduation Committee, Constitutional Committee . . .JEROME HANSEN, was President of the Drama Class and acted as Advertising Manager of the Clean-Up Campaign besides belonging to the R. O. T. C., and Student Council. "Here Goes" our best wishes for the future "Gerry" . . . The "Toy Sol- dier" might impersonate a certain senior, THOMAS HANSEN by name. "Tom" was one of our military men or a member of the R. O. T. C. HNWALLY HAN- SEN'S song. lllf l Had a Million Dollarsll was prob- ably an inspiration caused from working in Amundsenls Mint. Waily was a Breakfast Committee member and sang in the chorus . . . MARION HARDEIS says, "The Very Thought of You" dear Alma Mater, brings fond memories of the G. A. A., Tennis Club, Publicity Committee and lntra-Murals. This little lady was known to many as l'Snooky" . . . LORRAINE HARRISON the smiling senior, was Treasurer of the Library Staff, a member of the G. A. A., S, G. C., Viking Staff, and found attending Intra-Murals after school fun. "Lolly" says her song is "Taking a Chance on Love." . . . The gal with the pretty "Bright Eyes" is none other than WATHENA HARTOKOLIS. The National Honor Society, Latin and Greek Clubs, G. A. A., lntra-Murals and L. G, C., took up a lot of l'Tinas' time . . , Une of ZAPHIRO HARTOKOLIS' dream tunes is "Trade Winds." This ambitious lady belonged to the chorus, Greek Club, National Honor Society and the G. A. A .... "Happy Go Lucky" certainly is typical of that well-liked-senior, CLARENCE HEDSTROM. "Sonny" likes all sports especially basketball and baseball and the Program Committee couldnlt get along without him. Croonin' soft and low wJOHN HENDRY tells us that "Honestly," he's goin to miss the old school and particularly the wrestling team and Intra-murals . . . Sweet DOLORES HERDEGEN says that her after grad- uation plans seem almost like 'lWishful Thinkingf Do- lores was a member of the Gamma S. G. C., National Honor Society and liked lntra-Mural sports . . . "Ali Along the Campus" is typical of a certain senior- JEANNE HERDMAN. "Jeannie" was President of the Beta Tri-Hi-Y, in the National Honor Society, S. G. C,, Log and Viking Staffs, L. G. C., and a Red Cross Rep- resentative. Voted the Prettiest Teeth. 4 . 44 Grutf Hachmeister Hagberg Hagstrom Haig Halverson Hamlinq Hansen, J. Hansen, T Hansen, W. Hardeis HaI'l'iSOr1 Hartokolis, A. Hartokolis, Z. Hedstrom Hendry Herdegen Herdman fRICHARD HETKE complains ot "Time on His Hands," although "Dick" was on the Wrestling Team, in The Tennis Club, and Bowling League . . .We think "You're a Sweetheart," VERGIE HETLAND. "Verg" was busy constantly in the Tri-Hi-Y, Gamma S. G. C., Graduation Committee, and National Honor Society . . . "So Rare" is LORETT HEYDENBURGUS theme, but "Rhett" made herself known through the G. A. A., S. G. C., French Club, Log, and College Day Committee. "You'd Be Surprised" at the friends that fBETTE "Blackie" HICKS made while participating in the G. A. A., and Spanish Club , . . ELINOR HILL'S per- sonality is shown in the song 'llilinor l Adore You." "El" was a G. A. A. member, on the Social Commit- tee, and Tumbling Team . . . "It's Easy to Remember" VIRGINIA HJERTSTEDT, who was a member ot the Band, G. A. A., and participated in lntra-Mural Sports. "K-K-K-Katy" represents fKATHRYN HOLM. "Kelly" was a Spanish Club member, Splashette, G. A. A., and Leader's Club member . . . 'The Little Man Who Wasn't There," or DON HOLST, proved he didn't deserve the title being in the R. O. T. C., Spanish Club, and Hall Guards . . .Lieutenant Colonel JAMES HONAN ot the R. O. T. C., Rifle Team, Drama Class, Otticefs Club and Mixed Chorus has a right to believe "Theres Something About a Soldier." "lt All Comes Back to Me Now" quotes 'JEAN "Hap- pie" HOPKINS remembering the G. A. A., Tumbling and Tennis Clubs, S. G. C., Spanish Club, and Chorus . . . BERNICE HUEBNER was "The Lite of the Party" in the G. A. A. and lntra-Murals. "Bernie" was also on the Graduation Committee and Hall Guard Duty . . . "Bugle Call Rag" symbolizes the personality ot HARRY "Bugle Boy" HUGEL. He belonged to the Rowing Team, Prom Committee, R. O. T. C., and Ger- man Club. "You've Got Everything" fGLORIA HULT- MAN! "Glory" was occupied in Red Cross work, the Latin Club, Drama Class, S. G. C., and Clean-Up Committee . . . "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow." Who? Why BERNDT HUNTINGTON! "Hunny" was on the Hi-Y, Swimming Team, Latin Club and College Day Committee . . . "I Could Vfrite a Book" about Cadet Captain HAROLD HURWITZ ot the R. O. T. C. tor he was Clean-Up Chairman, Hall Guard Captain, Gift Committee Chairman, and in the National Honor Society. "I" do mean ffEILEEN HUTMACHER! For such a "Charming Little Palmer" industriously worked tor the G. A. A., S. G. C., Orchestra, and Spanish Club . . . "Wishing" seems the favorite pastime ot RUTH INGRAM. "Rufus" diligently acted in the G. A. A., Chorus and lntra-Mural Sports . . . "I Haven't Time to Be a Millionaire" is CASIMIR IRMO'S claim. He proves it by being in Intra-Mural Sports, Tumbling Team, Band and Orchestra. PHYi.i.is Mn.i.giz Versatility EUGENE GRANBERG Sergeant-at-arms LOIS WHITTEMORE Athletic Prominence Heike Hicks Holm HoDkins Hultman H utmachei Hetland Hill Holst Huebner Huntington Ingram Heydenburg Hjertstedt Honan Huqel Hurwitz Irmo I l 4 Music I. If you take the high road and I take the low road, what will happen? a. l'll see you in school Monday, b. l'll be in Scotland aiore veg c. We'll get lost. 2. lf you are High On A Windy Hill, you- a. Are in third gear, b. are inebriatedg c. will feel your heart stand still. 3. What is Alexander the Swoose? a. "Guy at the end oi the Bar"3 b. "A Day Drcammj c. One of "These Things you Left Me." d. Half swan and half goose. 4. If you knew a San Antonio Rose, where would she live? a. "Way Down Yonder in New Ofleanswg b. ln a "Rose Room"j c. Down beside the Alamo: d. ln "My Blue Heaven." iAnswers on page l4Ol fANDREW JACKSON'S time was occupied by Student Council, Safety and Clean-Up Campaigns, and Spanish Club. "Andy" says ot Amundsen "So Far So Good" . .. MARY ELLEN JACOBS, 'lLittle Sleepy Head," was a member ot S. G. C., G. A. A., Tennis Club and Hall Guard, Her pals call her "Dimples" . . . STEPHEN JERGER thinks he's "The Man That Comes Around." "Steve" came out on top being the Breakfast Com- mittee Chairman, Viking Representative, Movie Oper- ator and on the Constitution Committee. We quote wBETTY JOANOWITS as saying "l'm Having the Time ot My Lite." i'Halt'-Pint" belonged to S. G. C., Chorus, German Club, Graduation Committee, and National Honor Society . . . "Ain't She Sweet" typitied ANN JOHNSON. "Ann" was Business Manager ot Viking, member ot Breakfast Committee, S. G. C., and Na' tional Honor Society . . . According to ASTRID JOHNSON "The Artists Lite" is the only lite. "Blondie" belonged tc the National Honor Society, S. G. C., Viking Statt, and Student Council. 'Every Time l Look at Youl' fBARBRO JOHNSON told a triend, it re- minds me ot Amundsen's happy days and S. G. C .... "Boots and Saddles" gives us an insight on PHYLLIS JOHNSON'S leisure time when not participating in G. A. A., S. G. C.. or Chorus activities . . . "You've Got to Be a Football Hero" to be like WILLIAM JOHNSON 'iBill" was Football Captain, Co-Chairman Ot Social Committee and a Hi-Y member, Voted tirm- est jaw . . . "How Many Times" has fLEROY "Lee" JONSSON been seen at Prom Committee, German Club meetings and in gym playing lntra-Mural sports? . . . PATRICIA KANE, "the Beautitul Dreamer," was on the Viking Statt, in the French Club, S. G. C., Clean- Up Committee, and Drama Class... "l Got Rhythm" claims GENEVE KARRAS. The Log and Viking, Honor Society, French and Greek Clubs, Breakfast Commit- tee, S. G. C., and L. G. C., kept Gennyh going . . . rLA VERNE KAUFMANN says ll Hear You Talking," l'Vern" participated in the G. A. A., S. G. C,, and German Club . . . "l'm Dependable" gives a view ot VIRGINIA KAUTZ'S personality. "Ginny" was in S. G. C. and a G. A. A. member . . , "VVhat's New" MARION KELLll'lER? The Spanish Club, Library Statt, Chorus, G A. A., and Student Council all add stuti to "Kellie" . . . fEUGENE KELLY was a member ot the Spanish and Latin Clubs, Bowling and Tennis Teams and Breaktast Committee. The "Duke" "Steps Out" ot Amundsen an accomplished chap . . . 'iDay Dreams Come True at Night" when looking at GEORGE KEL- LY. Senior with the nicest hair. "irish" was Sergeant- at-Arms in the Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Football and Boxing teams ...BYRON KING tells us "l'll Stand By" the Soccer and Tennis teams, Hall Guards, Movie Crew, and the Publicity Committee. 41: Jackson Jacobs Joanowits Johnson, A. Johnson, B. Johnson, P. Jonsson Kane Kaufmann Kautz Kelly, E. Kelly, G. Jerger Johnson, Johnson, Karras Kelliher King, B Astrid W. King, I. Kirk, D. Kocian Kollinzas Kraemer Kristensen King, J. Kinnas A JOANNE BARCROFT Citizenship HAROLD HURWITZ Citizenship MYRL BARTH Citizenship and Wash- ington Oratorical Runner-up +fIRENE KING belonged to the G. A. A., S. G. C., and Publicity Committee. "I" was really a "Sweetie Pie" . . . "Talk to Me" gives us an idea of JOHN KING'S shyness. "Bud" was an active member ot Publicity Committee, Hi-Y, Baseball Team, and Intra- Murals . . . "I Know Now" that CONSTANTINE KIN- NAS will be successful. "Connie" belonged to Student Council Band, R. O. T. C., Greek and French Clubs. Baseball and Soccer Teams and was Basketball man- ager ..., "Friendship" well represents iDORIS KIRK, the girl with the cutest chin. Library stati, G. A. A., Chorus, S. G. C., Latin Club, and Graduation Commit- tee are "Dory's" achievements . . . JEWELL KIRK wasn't "Dreamin' Out Loud" while in G. A. A., S. G. C., German Club, and when a Log Representative. . . . ELIZABETH KLEIN'S now deep in "Meditation" has spent some good times in G. A. A. activities, Chorus, and Intra-Murals .... 'FRICHARD KOCIAN tells us to "Whistle While You Work" because he had tun in school and in Intra-Murals . . .VIRGINIA KOHL says "Don't Worry About Me" and we won't. "Gin," we know you'll get along . . . ROBERT KOHLER, an active senior on the Prom and Nomination Commit- tees, Judge ot Senior Election, in the Spanish Club and Bowling Team, tells us "Love and Learn." . . . "Fit as a Fiddle" we tind fCONSTANTINE "Connie" KOLLINZAS playing in the Orchestra, member ot the French and Greek Clubs, Prom Committee, and R. O. T. C .... We'll be "Thinking of You" JEANETTE KOSEBAS. "Angel" was on the Viking Statli, member of the G. A. A., Tennis Club, and Greek Club Treas- urer . . . When Irish Eyes Are Smiling" they belong to PATRICIA KOTTKE. "Patty" was an active member ot the Breaktast Committee, S. G. C., Log Stati, G. A. A., and Tennis Club . . . "Blow Gabriel, Blow" describes fCI'IARLES KRAEMER who played trumpet in the Band. Being the Football Manager, in the Spanish and Latin Clubs, and on the Publicity Committee kept "Chuck" hoppin' , . . DOROTHY KRELL "Sweet Is the Word tor You," "Dot" whose nose was voted nicest, was Class Secretary, member ot National I-lonor Society, S. G. C., Chorus, German Club and a Service Girl . . . GRACE KREUGER trom the G. A. A. and Bo .ling Team says "I'd Know You Anywhere" fELLA KRISTENSEN is "Wondering" what to do after leaving Amundsen but it's G. A. A. and S. G. C. or- ganizations now . . . HELEN KRUEGER says "I Can Dream Can't I" but trom the looks of her accomplish- ments in the G. A. A. and German Club she's not day dreaming . . . NICHOLAS KYRIAZES, "Just a Dreamer," was Vice President ot the Greek Club, I-Iall Kirk.J. Klein Guard, member ot the Program Committee and the Kohl Kohler R O T C Kosebas Kottke ' ' ' ' Krell Kreuger Krueger Kyriazes WCORINNE LABAHN, was "Riding High" while en- gaged in G, A. A., and S. G. C .... MARIE LA- CAVERA has the right spirit as she chants, "lt's a Wondertul World," when in S. G. C., Publicity Com- mittee, French Club, G. A. A., Spanish Club, and Chorus . . . Gym Leaders. S. G. C.. German Club. G. A. A., and Red Cross are activities in which MARY LAICA partook. She hurns optimistically the tune "l'll See You Again." . . . "Irene" in the person ot fIRENE LAINE answers to the nickname ot "lvie" while in G. A. A., Red Cross, S. G. C. sigma, and lntra-Murals . . . "Breezing Along with a Breeze' was "Lorry" in G. A. A.. S. G. C., Bowling League, and Constitu- tion Committee. "Lorry" is none other than LOR- RAINE LANGENEGGER . . . "Mom I Did It Again," boasts JANE "L" LANNEFELD when in G. A. A., a Majorette, Band, S. G. C., Orchestra, and Bowling League. "Betty Co-ed," our simple and sweet little girl, or +fBETTE LANS has done much in G. A. A., S. G. C., Chorus, French Club, Red Cross, and as Log Representative . . . "I Know That You Know," says LILLIAN LARSON, that I partook in such activities as G. A. A. and S. G. C .... HELEN LASCHEWSKI, long tor "Schewski" says "Think It Over" and you'll remember her in Latin Club, G. A. A., and Hall Guard. . . . There's that gleam in your eyes fEILEEN LAUGH- LIN. I wonder "Did Your Mother Come trom Ireland?" "Irish" was an enthusiastic member of G. A. A., S. G. C., and Red Cross . . . SHIRLEY LAUTEN answers to "Squirreley" on the Log statf, as Associate Editor, Red Cross, Tri-l-li-Y, G. A. A., Prom Committee, Vik- ing, Latin Club, S. G. C., and Chorus. Her favorite tune is "The Waltz You Saved tor Me" . . . Many times to KATHLEEN LAVELLE, has been whispered. "l'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen." Kay partook in such activities as G. A. A. and Publicity Committee. . . . Our "Jeannie with the Light Brown Hairl' is none other than 'KVIRGINIA LEIBINGER. Social Commit- tee, S. G. C., Tri-Hi-Y, G. A. A., Red Cross, Latin Club, and Band are the activities in which "Jeannie" engaged in . . . "Heaven Can Wait" because THEO- DORE "Ted" LEWIS has a lot to do. Social and Con- stitution Committees and Spanish Club were his pas- times . . . "Blue Skies" signity MALAMATY LIAKOS. Being on the Viking, Co-Chairman ot Senior Com- mittee, S. G. C. Secretary, Greek Club Secretary and in the Honor Society made them so tor "Mal." . . . "Lazy Rhythm" or +fWlLLARD LINDAHL was busy in Band, and on the Social Committee, while at Amund- sen . . . "I Thought About You," DOROTHY LIPP when as "Dot" you were active in the G. A. A. . . . "Kitten with the Big Green Eyes," signifies JUDITH LJUNGGREN commonly known as "Inga," She was in the G. A, A., Orchestra, on the Viking, and in the S. G. C. and Spanish Club. Faculty l. The good humour U1 teacher. a. Crosbyg la. Ulvelingg c. Glamo'e. 2. Whichhogue of the following isn't a pet saying of Mr. S t . my e a. You got meg b. Edu-what class: c. Today l'll give you a study period: d. l'll excuse you trom class anytime. 3. Which of the following is often called "ma"? a. Mrs. Baxterq b. Miss Holly: Mrs. Crouchg Miss Smith. 4. What teacher will be remembered for her Friday true and false tests? a, Miss Eckieldtj b. Miss Shanlevg c. Miss Holly: d. Miss Flynn. S. The word "democracy" and "Ireland" remind you of which one of the following teachers? v1 S ll b M Srn th ' Miss Ke rns' d Mr a. i r. ma 3 . r. y e, c. a , . . Boetticher. 6. Which one of the following usually carries a colorful shop- ping bag? - 1 V V a. Mrs. Crouchy b. Mrs. Davis: c. Miss Phllbrickg d. Mrs. Garriott. fAnswers on page l40l La Balm LaCavera Laica Laine Langenegger Lannefeld Lans Larson Laschewski Laughlin Lauten Lavelle Leibinqer Lewis Liakos Lindahl Lipp Ljunggren Long Lorincz Madoin Makris, Martin, Maturi Lopotko Lorang Luks MacLeod Magnuson Makris, G. H. Markey Martin, J. T. Massett Matthies Maul May Senior Questionnaire wHo is- l. Mad about music? a. Deanna Durbin, b, Gilbert 84 Sullivan, c. Phyllis Millerg d. Ted Lewis. 2. The human nut--I mean knot? a. Beverly Stafford, b. Joe Lewis, c, Joan Davis, d. Kenny Edgren. 3. The dancing doll? a. Joyce Perry, b. Joe Nathan, c, Gene Granberg, d. Sonia Henie. 4. The "singing lady." a. Lily Ponsg b. Marion Eadieg c. Gloria Jean. 5. Innocent of cutting any classes during all 4 years? a. Ed Teter, b, Stan Mikrutg c. George Peterson, d, Eddie Bender. iAnswers on page l4Oi iWARREN LONG, "Powerhouse" of the National Honor Society, Associate Editor Log, Wrestling Team, intra-Murals, Clean-Up and Graduation Committees, French Club, Hi-Y, and Student Council, was known as "Jullie" . . . "Drifting and Dreaming" WILLIAM "Will" LOPOTKO found time to be a Hall Guard, Movie Operator, Treasurer of Spanish Club, and in the Boys' Chorus . . . DORIS LORANG called "Do" by all, belonged to the G. A. Ag, German Club, Chorus, Li- brary and S. G. C. Her favorite song was "Say lt with Music." . . . "Busy as a Bee" was fALLAN LOR- INCZ, Editor-in-Chief of the Log, National Honor Society President, Student Council, Movie Crew, Amundsen Cadet Editor, R. O. T. C. and Rifle Team. No wonder he v.as called "Professor" . . . "Lucky" ROSE LUKS "Laugh Your Way Through Life," and the L. G. C., Honor Society, G. A. A., S. G. C., Li- brary Staff, Log Representative, Graduation Commit- tee, German Club, and lntra-Mural Sports . . , "lt's a Puzzle to Me" says ALAN MACLEOD, or "Scottie," how l engaged in lntra-Mural Sports and the French Club . . . "Beautiful Dreamer" fEFFIE "Lou" MADDIN didn't dream while in the G. A. A., Red Cross, lntra- Murals, Clean-Up and Publicity Committees . . , "Be Happy" says HERBERT MAGNUSON. "Mac" cer- tainly was when in the Spanish Club, Soccer Team, and lntra-Murals .. .GEORGE MAKRIS, "Mac" chose the "Woodpecker Song." He participated in the Greek Club .... Being active in the G. A. A., Greek Club, and Mixed Chorus, fHELEN "Slim" MAKRIS believed in "Let There Be Love" . . . "Them There Eyes" refers to GRETA MARKEY a member of the Red Cross, S. G. C., G. A. A., Band, and Intra-Murals . . . "That's For Me" says JEANETTE MARTIN a member of the Library, G. A. A., National Honor Society, Student Council "Parliamentarian", French and Tennis Clubs . ,. fTHOMAS MARTIN was "Riding High," although "Doc" did come to earth to take part in the Tennis and Dance Clubs . . . WILLIAM MASSETT "Maybe" better known as "Bill," was a member of the Hi-Y, Marshalls, on Stage Crew, Program Committee, and Election Board . . . OTTO MATTHIES, "Sailor" to his friends, sat "Laughing at Life" while in the Mixed Chorus.. . "How l Wish l Was an Angel" is a strange thing for fANTHONY 'Tony" MATURI to say just when he is leaving Arnundsen . . . "Dancing in the Dark" might be just a hobby of JOHN MAUL'S but he was also a member of the R. O. T. C., Tennis Club. Hall Guards, and German Club . . . ROBERT MAY claims "Romance Runs in the Family." "Goop" was on the Football Team, Rowing Crew, Spanish Club, and lntra-Murals. YBRENDAN McCANN croons, "It's the Irish In Me" to his triends on the Track Team, Program Committee, Chorus and Latin Club . . .JACK MCCAULEY, "Quiet, Please!" "McAlee" participated in the Wrestling Team, Hall Guards, Letter Men's Club, Spanish Club, and Intra-Murals . . . "She's Tall, She's Tan, She's Terrific," describes MILDRED McKEE. "Millie" was active in the National Honor Society, L, G. C., S. G. C., G. A. A., Viking, and Intra-Murals . . . "I Get a Kick Out ot You," "Curt," fCURTlS MELLIN was a member ot the Football and Baseball Teams, Chorus, Intra-Murals, and Spanish Club . . . HAR- RIET MENNECKE, "AccidentaIIy on Purpose" was in the G. A. A., Hall Guards. S. G. C., College Day Committee, Ottice Statf, and Chorus . . . " 'Leven Pounds ot Heaven" typities the busy CONSTANCE MERMIGAS. "Connie' was President ot the Greek Club, a Service Girl, in the Attendance Ottice, Viking Co-Editor, National Honor Society, Hall Guards, and S. G. C .... ffROBERT MEYNEN says, "I Want to be Happy." We assure you he was while working in the German Club, Graduation Committee, Drum and Bugle Corps, Log and Viking Statls, and as Satety Captain . , . STANLEY MIKRUT laughingly repeats the phrase, "Baby Me." 'Stan' was photographer tor the Log and Viking Statls, a Marshall, in the Honor Society, and a Hall Guard... "I Hear a Rhapsody," in other words, PHYLLIS MILLER. She was on the Log Statt, Band, Tri-Hi-Y President. Library Statt, G. A. A., Service Girl S. G. C., Latin Club, and Nominat- ing and Social Committees . . . ffWANDA MILLER claims, 'I Can't Get Indiana Ott My Mind" during the Prom Committee. S. G. C., Tri-Hi-Y, Latin Club and G. A. A .... ANTHONY MISIAK chose "I've Got a One-Track Mind." "Tony" was active on the Viking, Ritle Team, R. O. T. C.. and Hall Guards . .. "Its the Natural Thing to Do, ' WILBERT MITZNER in the Hall Guard, Basketball and baseball Teams, and German Club . . . fMARILYN MOON, Tennis Club member, Red Cross, G. A. A., and Student Council, likes "Singing in the Rain as a pastime . . , You can quote THOMAS MOORE as saying, "I'm in a Dancing Mcodf "Tommy" vas on the Publicity Committee, Student Council, Spanish Club, and Chorus. .. HARRY MORRIS tits the song. 'Sparkling and Bright," while working on the Breaktast Committee, Crew, Track, and lntra-Murals . . . Flying High" describes wFRANK MULLANEY, whose ambition is to be an aviator. although he was satisfied with being in the R. O. T. C. . . . VIRGINIA MURRAY thinks "Money is Honey." "Ginny" was active in the French Club, Library, S. G. C., Chorus, and Hall Guards . . . "Nice Going, VIRGINIA NADOLSKI, especially in the Honor So- ciety, G. A. A., and Student Council. GEORGE BODEEN Versatility ELIZABETH KLEIN Citizenship WARREN LONG Versatility ln McCann McCauley McKee Mellin Mennecke Mermigas MeYr1en Mikrut Miller, P Miller, W. Misiak Mitzner Moon Moore Morris Mullaney Murray Nadolski Nelson, J. Neubert Norton Olson, H. Osterkorn Papacostas Nelson, L. Nelson, M. Nicholson Nielson Odegaard O'Grady Olson, N. Olson, P. Paganis Panagopoulos Pappas Parent fJUNE NELSON chose the song "My Resistance ls Low." "Tony," as she was sometimes called, was a member ot the G. A. A., L. G. C., S. G. C., French Club, and Chorus . . . "They Guqht to Write a Book About You," LUCILLE NELSON. "Lucky's" many ac- tivities included the G. A. A., lntra-Murals, S. G. C., French Club, Program Committee, l-lonor Society, Viking, Tennis Club, and Constitution Committee . . . "Lovely Debutantem MARION NELSON, "Nels," be- longed to the G. A. A., Bowling League, Spanish Club, S. G. C., Prom Committee, Viking, Tennis Club, and Clean'Up Committee . . . 'PAUL NEUBERT'S theme song is "Angry," but he showed none ot this while in the German Club . . . "Here Comes the Captain" in the person ot JAMES NICHOLSON. "Nick" v,as an R. O. T. C. Captain, in the Otticens Club, Ritle Team, Drum and Bugle Corps, Spanish Club, and Cho- rus . . . RUTH "Hon" NIELSON, "All the Things You Are," or were in, are Spanish Club, S. G. C., Vik- ing, Chorus, and Publicity Committee. "You Should Be Set to Music," ifPHYLLlS NORTON! Chorus, G. A. A., Service Girl, Tennis Club, S. G. C., Tri-Hi-Y, and Bowling are the events in which "Fiti" participated. . . . "l'm Just a Jitterbugf' sings ARNOLD ODE- GAARD. "Arnie" really swung his way through the Chorus and Stage Crew. . . JEAN O'GRADY has the alias ot "Little Miss Irish." "Mick" was in Latin Club, S. G. C., G. A. A., Band, Library Statl, and Publicity Committee. ffHARRlET OLSON was the "Girl ot the Moment" while in the S. G. C., G. A. A., Student Council, and Otiice Statt . . . "Theres No Other One," NELS OLSON, who made as many triends as you did in the Crew, Track, Band, and lntra-Murals . . . PAUL "Blue Fairy" OLSON could be heard saying, "Oh My Goodness," while working on the Program Committee, Band, Latin Club, Track, Chorus, and lntra-Murals. fANTHONY OSTERKORN, known as "Carmelcorn," was not considered "Slow Freight" in lntra-Murals. l-le was also in the German and Spanish Clubs . . . When- ever 'll Hear Music," l know DEMETRA PAGANIS is not tar away. She was a member ot the Chorus, Or- chestra, Red Cross, Viking, Bowling League, G. A. A., S. G. C., French Club, and Intra-Murals . . . "lt What You Say ls True," then GEORGE PANAGO- POULOS was actively engaged in the Greek Club, .. . "l'm Sitting on Top ot the World," claims wHELEN PAPACOSTAS. "Maestro" was in the G. A. A., Viking Representative, S. G. C., Greek, French, and Tennis Clubs . . . "More Power to You," GEORGE PAPPAS, who participated in the Student Council and lntra- Murals . . , JAMES PARENT belonged to the Swimming Team and Hi-Y. "J. P." chose the "One O'Clock Jump" as his tavorite theme. MAY ALICE THORNTON Outstanding Committee Chairman EDWARD SCHNABEL Outstanding Committee Chairman DELORES SCHMIDT Student Leadership ...YY P'. Match the Following I. Irene Sassmannshausen Drama 2. Stan Mikrut Swimming 3. Annamae Schlueter Basketball 4. Jerome Hansen Football 5. James Honan Photography 6. Helen Schulze Log 7. Howard Kirchwehm Oratory 8. Tom Blaul Viking 9. Allan Lorincz R. O. T. C. I0. Jerry Fairbanks Lettergirl Il. Harold Hurwitz S.G.C. I2. Dot Wagner Baseball I3. Eugene Granberg G.A.A. I4. Vivian Townley Hallguards IS. Diane Petropulos Bowling lAnswers on page 'CHARLOTTE PARKER, better known as i'Chuck," participated in the National Honor Society, G, A. A., Student Council, French Club, lntra-Mural Sports, and Iota S. G. C. "The Breeze and l" was her favorite song ...' 'Youve Get Everything" it takes, RUSSELL PARKER, to be in lntra-Mural Sports, Hi-Y, French Club, and on the Breakfast Committee . . . SHIRLEY PARMAN "Simple and Sweet" participated in the Spanish Club, National Honor Society Treasurer, S. G. C., Student Council, G. A. A., and Graduation Committee .... An active member ot the G. A. A., S. G. C., Honor Society, Bowling, Tennis and Greek Clubs, is fCELIA PATRAS, who chose "Cecelia" as her song . . . "You're a Builder Upper" GLORIA PEIFFER. "Stutch" was in the G. A. A., S. G. C., Chorus, and lntra-Mural Sports . . . To be with JEAN- ETTE PEISKER means a 'ipertect Dayf' "Blondie" was a member ot the S. G. C., and Honor Society. . . . 'Dance Little Lady" we say to fJOYCE PERRY, known better as "Joy," She was in lntra-Mural Sports, the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, and the Gamma S. G, C .... EVELYN PETERS says, "It's Wonderful" having be- longed to the G. A. A., and the Mixed Chorus. She was known to her triends as "Eric" . . .The "Jumping Jive Boy," GEORGE PETERSON, was voted to have the best nose ot the Senior Class. "Pete" was in the Hi-Y, Baseball, and Basketball teams, the Prom Com- mittee and Letter Men's Club .... "Don't Look Now" says fKAY PETERSON, but I belonged to the Latin Club, G. A. A., Zeta S. G. C., lntrafMurals, and was a Viking Representative . . . "l'm In My Glory" ex- claimed "Lorry," or LORRAINE PETERSON was a member ot the G. A. A., S. G. C., National Honor Society, and a Red Cross Representative . . . MARY PIEGARI, who will be "Faithful Forever" to the Chorus and G. A. A., was known as "Shorty," . . . "Caretree," fFLORENCE POHLEY went by the nick' name ot "Flo," and was a member ot the Band, G. A. A., and German Club . . . RUTH PRICE, "Sookie" is the "Angel in Disguise" who was active in Intra- Murals, G. A. A., Bowling League, and the Breakfast Committee . . . SAMUEL RASHKOW asks "Did You Mean lt?" "Sam" was an active member ot the Grad- uation Committee, Honor Society. and Election Com- mittee . . . The "Sheik ot Araby" has nothing on wWlLLIAM REBHOLZ. "Curly" took part in the Ger- man Club, Chorus, Wrestling, and lntra-Mural sports . . . "Small Fry." tits HERBERT REMUS to a "Herb" was an active member ot the Printing Crew, and lntra-Murals . . . JOSEPH ROACH is not "Rag- time Cowboy Joef' Drum and Bugle Corps, Band, Drama Class, Marshall,4and Movie Operator were "Uncle Joes' pastimes. Parker, C. Parker, R. Parman Patras Peiffer Peisker Perry Peters Peterson, G Peterson, K. Peterson, L. Pie ari Pohley Price Rashkow Rebholz Remus Roach Rohrhof Rosenberg Rossle Rousek Rubin Ryan Salzbrunn Sanders Sanger Sarros Sassmannshausen Scelsa Schlachter Schlogel Schlueter Schlumpf Schmidt, D. Schmidt, R. WBOB ROHRHOF, we tind that "You Fit Into the Pic- ture" very well, as you did in the Clean-Up Art Cam- paign, and as a very capable President ot the Bowling League, and a member ot the Constitution Committee . , . The "Image-ot You," HARRIET ROSENBERG, which retlects and brings to us pleasant memories ot your accomplishments in the German Club, the S. G. C., the Mixed Chorus, and the G. A. A .... To the tune ot "K-K-Katy," we now introduce CATHERINE ROSSLE, who vas active in the Girls Chorus, a mem- ber ot the Honor Society, the G. A. A., lntra-Mural Sports, Letter Girls' Club, S. G. C., and a Log Rep- resentative . . . "l'd Know You Anywhere" WMARION ROUSEK, says every member ot the G, A. A., lntra- Mural Sports, Letter Girls' Club, S. G, C., and Log Representatives, as she was one ot them . . .LEONARD RUBIN, likes an "Easy Living," "Ace" was active in the Football Team, Volleyball and Sottball . . , There is only "One Alone" like radiant MARY PATRICIA RYAN, better known as "Pat," She was Vice-President ot the Beta Tri-Hi-Y, a member ot the S. G. C., G, A. A., and sang in the Chorus. When fBERT SALZ- BRUNN said "l'm Nobody's Baby" he was torgetting about his school days, spent as a Red Cross repref sentative, a member ot the German and French Clubs, and the Breaktast Committee . . . One glance at FRANCES SANDERS, and we'd say "You Got Your Mother's Big Blue Eyes." "Frannie's peepers" were seen at the Tennis Club, Breakfast Committee, S. G. C., Latin Club, Chorus, Hall Guard, and G. A. A .... lt could never be said ot JUNE SANGER, "You Do the Darndest Things, Baby," as she participated in the National Honor Society, Prom Committee, S. G. C., and G. A. A. fGEORGlA SARROS claims, "lt's Never Too Late" tor anything. While in school she became a member ot the Bowling League, S. G. C., G. A. A., Greek Club, and Tennis Club . . . Pretty IRENE SASS- MANNSHAUSEN, nicknamed "Sassy," is an "Angel" and is disguised as Vice-Pres. ot the National Honor Society, a Service Girl, a member ot the S. G, C., Viking, Spanish Club, and Nominating Committee . . . Singing happily during the G. A. A. meeting, "With a Heart That ls Free," we come to FRANCES SCELSA. . . . fBETTE SCHLACHTER, "Bets" sings sweetly "Stars ln My Eyes," ve agree that they are scintillating... RICHARD SCHLOGEL might be using his tuture pastime as a "Snake Charmer," tor he adores snakes. "Dick" was a member ot the Drama Class. Camera and Crew Clubs, Clean-Up Committee and Hall Guards . . . The picture next in line is our ac- complished Viking Co-Editor, ANNAMAE SCHLUE- TER, who has been heard saying, "lt I Knew Then What l Know Now." "Ann" is a member ot the National Honor Society, Student Council, and S, G. C. fARTHUR A. SCHLUMPF thinks he's quite a "Lazy Bones." but "Art" has disregarded this at times as he participated in lntra-Mural Sports, Hi-Y, Ger- man Club, and Hall Guards . . . "Delores" brings to our minds charming DELORES SCHMIDT. The "Duch- ess" was a busy girl being Secretary ot the National Honor Society, a member ot the Letter Girls' Club, G. A. A., Log Statt, S. G. C., Prom Committee, and lntra-Mural Sports . . . ROBERT "Smitty" SCHMIDT, spent time at Hi-Y, Marshalls, Nominating Board, Judge ot Elections, Prom Committee, Viking Statt, and Latin Club. Some have seen him doing the "Java live" we wonder? ROBERT SCHMIDT Student Leadership MERLE STRASSHEIM Dramatic Talent JEROME HANSEN Dramatic Talent fEDWARD SCHNABEL would be satistied with a "Sailboat in the Moonlightfl "Schnapperisl' additional interests were the Wrestling, Bowling and Simming Teams, Hi-Y, and Program Committee, Co-Chairman- ship and German Club . . . THEODORE SCHOCK said, "lim Laughing Up My Sleeve," but so did we when we tound out his nick-name was "Butcher Boy." 'lTed" was a Movie Operator, Hall Guard, and on the Viking, and Program Committee . . . OLGA "Susie" SCHREINER, had a share in the Chorus, G. A. A., S. G. C., and the Breakfast Committee. 'Ili You Knew Susief yould know she will be a swell nurse... lm ln a Sentimental Moodf' states fBON- NIE SCHULTZ. 'Boney' attended the S. G. C., Span- ish Club. Program Committee, and Bowling League . . . The 6. A. A., S. G. C., Student Council, Intra- Murals, and Bowling League, held BEATRICE SEIF- ERT'S interest. "Liz's" theme song vas "May I Never Love Againll . . . Letls 'Clap Hands, Hero Comes Charlie," or CHARLES SEITZ, in the Drum and Bugle Corps. 'Butch' was also a Hall Guard, and on the R. O. T. C .... Occasionally, 'An Apple tor the Teacher" helps, recommends fROBERT SHAFFER, who was in the Drama Class, Movie Crew, French Club, Clean-Up Committee, and National Honor Society . . . As the "Stars Fell on Alabama," so we say good-bye to FLORENCE SHERER whom we met at S. G. C., Red Cross, Program Committee and Spanish Club . . . MARY SHERIDAN was "Laughing at Lite" while in the S. G. C., G. A. A., and Chorus . . . 'NFRANK SHEVLIN believes hels a "Scatterbrafn," but we disagree with him, Clue to his performances in the Band, Rowing Team, Chorus, and lntra-Murals . . , MARION SKIBUSH, will sing to those in the G. A. A., French Club, S. 6. C., and her other school chums, 'Ili See You In My Dreamsll . , . We see our "So Lovelyll HAZEL SKOW at Tri-Hi-Y, French Club, S. G. C., and 6. A. A. "Hazy" vas a Log Assistant Edif tor, Service Girl, Viking Representative, and Publicity Committee Chairman . . , After the Wrestling Team, Hall Guard duty, French Club, and Intra-Murals, iHO- BART SLACK, tound his way 'Home Again." . . RUTH SMITH, will soon be Shooting Hiqhf 'Smittyf was associated with the C-. A. A .,.. We tind the girls shouting at KENNETH SPEIRS, "Stop You're Breaking My Heart." "Doc" participated in the Bas- ketball and Baseball Teams, and was a Hall Quard. . . . Youlll tind fCHERYL STABELL 'Forever Blowing Bubbles." The Tri-I-li-Y. lntra-Murals, and S. G, C. were "Cherts" extra activities . . . DOROTHY STAN accentuates 'l Only Have Eyes tor You." Dottie" belonged to the Library Stati, S. G. C., G. A. A. and Tennis Club . . . "Alice Blue Gown" in the person ot ALICE STEELE, who participated in the Latin, Ger- man, and Bowling Clubs, and the Constitution Corn, mittee. Scnnabel Scnock Schreiner Schultz Seifert Seitz Shaffer Sherer Sheridan Shevlin Skibush Skow Sl lr Smith Speirs ac Stabell Stan Steele l Steffan Stone Strandell Strassheim, E. Strassheim, M. Strunk Strutzmann Swanson, G. Swanson, M. Swanson, Z. Swetman Thomas Thornton Thorpe Thyer Tomaras Townley Tsalapatas fROBERT " to share in his feelings toward took part in the Chorus, Baseball the Bowling Leagues . . . "l'm Not Com- plainingm about Chorus, Soccer Team, and l'You Little Heart Breaker Y STRAN- DELL. "Dotty" Tri-Hi-Y, S. G. C., G. A. A., Club, Program and Down to Earth My Constitution Committees. Angeli' in the form of +ELEANOR STRASSHEIM. l'El' was in the G. A. A., S. G. C., and Latin Club . , . "Sleepy Time Gal," MERLE STRASSHEIM, found time for Drama, Library Staff, and S. G. C .... "Darn That Dream" said JOHANNA STRUNK, when she was bus- ily engaged in the G. A, A., Splashettes, Red Cross, and Chorus. fEVELYN "Evie" STRUTZMANN, be- longed to the German Club, G. A. A., and S. G. C.. "Dream Time" is her favorite tune . . . "Everything ls Okey Dokey" is GERALDINE SWANSON'S motto. "Jerry" did her part in the G. A. A., Service Girls, College Day Committee, and Honor Society . . . "Tumbling Tumbleweed," was MARGARET SWAN- SON'S favorite selection. "Swanee," participated in the G. A. A., Hall Guards, Latin Club, Viking, Clean- Up and Program Committees, National Honor Society, and S. G. C. President ....' 'lt All Comes Back to Me Nowll concerning fZANETTA SWANSON. 'lzeell par- ticipated in the G. A. A., S. G. C., and Tennis Club . . . "ln Good Humorl' is DANIEL SWETMAN, be- cause he took part in the Wrestling and Track Teams. He was better known as "Dan" . . . SHERWOOD THOMAS' favorite pastime is 'Leaning On the Old Top Rail," when he is not busy on the Log, Constitu- tion Committee, and the Spanish and Chess Clubs . . . "Keep an Eye on Your Heart," fMAY ALICE THORN- TON. "May" participated in the Chorus, G. A, A., Tri-Hi-Y, S. G. C.. National Honor Society, Viking lntra-Murals, andthe Program Committee . . . "Laugh and Call lt Love," advises WILLIAM THORPE. "Tiny's" activities were, French Club, Intra-Murals, Hi-Y, Clean- Up, Constitutional and Prom Committees, Soccer Team, Chorus, and National Honor Society . . .WAR- REN THYER says "Thanks for the Memory," l'Bird- seeds" activities consisted of the Tennis and Soccer Teams, Band, Hall Guard, Graduation Committee. Honor Society, and French Club, ffRUTH TOMARAS sighs, "Let Me Dream" of the Social Committee, Ger- man Club, lntra-Murals, G. A. A., S. G. C., Chorus, and Library Staff . . . "Anchors Aweigh" for VlVlAN TOWNLEY, from the Honor Society, French Club, Log and Viking, G. A. A., and S. G. C. president . . . "You Think of Everything" is characteristic of GEORGE TSALAPATAS. His activities were Spanish Club, lntra-Murals, and Track Team. Senior H0111 I. Which one of the following would be super to fix your hair for the Prom? a. The Barber of Seville, b. Dick Abbottg c. Michael Devog d. The cat with the green eyes. 2. Which four are sure to be hat designers of our future Easter bonnets? a. Don Dolemang b. Jim Parent: c, Lloyd Cory, d. Bob Mayp e. Ed Gruif, f. Bob Steifang g, Jim Byrne: h. Earl Hagberg. 3. Mrs. Gee gl Twitch would be- e. Eleanor Strassheirnq b. June Condong c. May Alice Thorntong d. Dori: Kirk. 4. Who has trouble slowing down to a plain waltz? a. The Breeze and lg b. George Kelly, c. My Son, My Song d. Eddie Cannavan. lAnswers on page I40i 'INORMAN ULLMAN says here I come "ln My Merry Oldsmobile." "Normie was a member ot the Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Camera Club, and Hall Guards. He also participated in lntra-Mural sports . . . MARILYN VALE, otherwise known as "Lynn," takes only "One Look at You" and calls you her triend. She took part in the G. A. A., Chorus, and Gitt Committee . . . EDITH VALLANCEY says, "l've Got to Think It Over" before making any important decisions. Called "Toots" by her friends, Edith was in the Bowling League. Tennis Club, and G. A. A. fGEORGE VALOS is quite a "Chatterbox," especially when it comes to debating with Mrs. Garriott on various subjects, "Dan" participated in the activities ot the Greek Club and Student Council . . . "After Looking at You," LAURA VALY, we are reminded ot your splendid work in the G. A. A., S. G. C., Program Committee, and Spanish Club. You can just call her "Lally" . . . VANETTE VANCE thinks that "Variety ls the Spice ot Life" as shown by her participation in the activities ot the Spanish Club, Gamma chapter ot the S. G. C., G. A. A., and lntra-Mural sports . . . The pleasant "Lady with the Red Hair," QJANE VANDEN BOSCH, known as "Chubby," seems to have enjoyed her work in the Chorus, Spanish Club, G. A, A., and as a Hall Guard . . . "You Say the Sweetest Things," MABEL VANDERBLOOM, about the memories ot your acitivi- ties in the G. A. A. Mabel's nickname is "Mibs" . . . "Ms and My shsdowp' said LEAH VLAHANDREASS also known as "Lee," as she went merrily on her way engaging in the activities of the Bowling League, French Club, and the G. A. A. fLOUISE VLASAK must have had "Six Lessons from Madam La Zongam to have taken part so ably in the activities ot the Tri-Hi-Y, S. G. C., Latin Club, Viking Statt, G. A. A., Student Council and National Honor Society . . . While one ot CHARLOTTE VOGEL'S favorite day dreams was to go "Roller Skating On a Rainbow," she was a very etticient member ot the National Honor Society, S. G. C., G. A. A., and lntra-Mural sports . . . "You Can't Stop Me from Dreaming," con- tended DORIS VOLDEN as she did her part by ac- cepting duties assigned to her in the G. A. A., Omega S. G. C., Spanish Club, and Ring and Pin Committee . . . The tavorite song ot vfHELEN VRIONIS is "Frenesi." Otherwise known as "Peanuts," Helen was active in the G. A. A., S. G. C., and Recreational Swim . . . "Who Am I," asked HELEN WAGER as she wandered around in the midst ot the commotion ot graduation. Maybe she would have recognized her- selt it someone would have called her by the name of "Lenny" . . . Quiet, courteous ALBERT WAGNER is better known as "Al," "You Betcha My Lite" he was a Log Representative, on the Baseball Team, and a silver pin holder in the Honor Society. We are told by fDOROTHY WAGNER her favorite tune is "Polka Dots and Moonbeamsf' "Dottie Lou" was in the French Club, Honor Society, Zeta, S. G. C., vice president ot the G. A. A., president of the Bowling League, was a Viking Representative, and took part in lntra-Murals . . . LILLIAN "LiII" WAHL- QUIST is just as "Sweet As a Song." She was in the G. A. A., Mixed and Girls' Choruses, Ottice Statt, Latin Club, Clean-Up Committee, Iota Chapter ot the S. G. C., and Honor Society . . . "I Could Write a Book" about CHARLES "Chuck" WALANCE'S activities as a Hall Guard, Chief of the Movie Crew, Latin Club treasurer, R. O. T. C., Log Newspaper An ' A .TAL Nm? , . UII V I Valla c Editor, Member of the Stage Crew, Rifle Team, and Woalrciljanb h xii: bl x?I'1':I:jY - an n osc d a an raas Ofticers Club ot the R. O. T. C. vlan: vggefr oem Vaiden Vrionis Wager Wagner, A Wagner, D. Wahlquist Walance Walther Walton Warman Warmbier Waters Weaver Weber Weinand Welch Welna Westerberg Whittemore Wiqent Willhard Williams Witt Wittmeyer Wood ffCONSTANCE WALTHER is hailed as "Connie" by all her friends. The eyes of Amundsen as well as the "Eyes ot Texas" were upon her in the Tri-Hi-Y, Log Statt, and the Drama Club . . . "Swing Out" typities the Jitterbug Girl, MARY WALTON. She was an active member ot the S. G. C., and the G. A, A .... HAROLD WARMAN, will listen closely it he hears his favorite tune the "Little Brown Jug." "l'lal's" activities were the R. O. T. C.. Oiticer's Club, Chorus, Social Committee, and l-lall Guard. "Little Miss" 'PEARL WARMBlER participated in the ac- tivities ot the G. A. A., and was a member ot the Tennis Club, and Graduation Committee . . . ER- MADELLE WATERS is sometimes known as "Legs." "There l Go," was her theme song as she left the Bowling League, G. A. A., Girls' Chorus, and the S, G. C .... JAMES WEAVER chose "The Nut- cracker Suite" as his favorite selection. "The Great Barrymore" was very active in the Drama Club, Na- tional l-lonor Society, was an otiicer in the R. O. T. C. and was a Consul ot the Latin Club. "You Got Me This Way," claims ifRUTH WEBER as she looks back over the last tour years, in which she willingly took part in the G. A. A., S. G. C., German Club, Graduation Committee, Bowling League, and l-lall Guards . . . "There Was a Little Girl" called BER- NADINE WEINAND, who was nicknamed "Bern," She was in the Alpha Chapter ot the S. G. C., was a Viking Aid, and a member ot the Library Statt, and was a Hall Guard . . , "l Look at You," JEANNE WELCH, and think ot your acitivities which were the S. G. C., G. A. A., Viking Aid and the Spanish Club, "Chatterbox" was also secretary of the Pro- gram Committee. We sympathize with ASHELDON WELNA when he says "l'm a Lonesome Cowboy." "Gerry" gave much ot his time to the Ritle Team, and was also in the Competition Platoon ot the R. O. T. C .... liltls Always You," LILLIAN WESTER- BERG, who does such splendid work in the G. A. A., French Club, and as a l-lall Guard. "Lilly" is the nickname attributed to Lillian . . . LOIS WHITTE- MORE answers to the title ot "Wit." "With a Twist of the Wrist" she was in the S. G. C., G. A. A., Tennis Club, Letter Girls' Club, Clean-Up Commit- tee, lntra-Mural Sports, and was a Gym leader . . . "We Could Make Such Beautiful Music Together," or at least fMARY WIGENT can on her tlute. She was in the Band, Orchestra, Latin Club, Ritle Team. G. A. A., lntra-Mural Sports, Constitution and Serv- ice Committees, Sigma S. G. C., and National Solo Contest . . . DUANE WILLHARD would just as soon be called "Blondie" by his friends, as he claims "lt's the Dreamer ln Me" that made me ioin the Student Council and the Marshalls . . . "You Must l-lave Been a Beautiful Baby," MARY WILLIAMS, 'cause look at you now. "Sairy-Mary" was in the Na- tional l-lonor Society, Chorus, Splashettes, Log and Viking Statts, Theta S. G. C., Nominating Committee, Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Co-Chairman ot the Break- tast Committee, and was a Service Girl. 'kOLlVER WITT will surely be a bit "Restless" it you don't address him as "Ollie." His extra-curricular acitivi- ties included the German Club and lntra-Mural Sports . . . It you've seen the R. O. T. C. "Marching Along" briskly you may make a sate guess and al- most be certain that LOUIS WlTTMEYER is respon- sible. Along with other outside activities he has been a member ot the Ritle Team and the Otticers' Club. ROBERT WOOD. "Bob" says "l'lI Do My Best" as l did in the Prom Committee, l'li-Y, and as Swim- ming Team Manager. ' n CONSTANCE MERMIGAS Service Leadership STANLEY MIKRUT Service Leadership MARY WILLIAMS Versatility QHOWARD WOODY, "H, B.," "Don't Ever Change," We like you just as you vere as Senior Class Treasurer, Vice President ot the .Hi-Y, German Club Treasurer, Captain ot the Soccer Team, Hall Guard, member ot the Chorus, Log Business Statt, Honor Society, and in lntra-Murals . . .LUELLA WORMAN is otten called "Lolie." When she says "I'm Sitting on Top ot the World," she must be thinking ot her part in the G. A. A. and Mixed Chorus ...' 'Will You Remember' Amundsen in the times to come, AUDREY WURSTER7 'Audie Loull was active in the G. A. A .... wMAE YONAN chose the song 'Sophisticated Swing" to represent her. "Bobbie was a member ot the Gradua- tion Committee, 6. A, A., Library Statt, Chorus, French Club, and Epsilon S. 6. C .... OUINTON YOUNG likes to be lcnown as "Daddy Long Legsf' He was cerr tainly not "Alone" as a member ct the R. O. T. C. . . . MARGARET ZELL claims "Peo ot My Heart" is her top tune. Pegqyl' was in the G. A. A., German Club, Log and Viking Statts, Nomination Committee Honor Society, and Dance Club. 'RUTH ZIMMER- MAN is less formally known as "Zinny," and requests "Let Me Dream" as her theme, She was a member ot the Bowling League, G. A. A., National Honor So- ciety, Volleyball Team, Prom and Election Commit- tees, French Club President and Beta S. 6. C .... In spite ot the tact that 'All You Want to Do Is Dance," LORA MAE ZIRWAS, you tound time to be in the G. A. A., Theta S. G. C., National Honor So- ll Y is , Woody Worman Wurster Yonan Young Zell Zimmerman Zirwas "He who f2'zza'eM kfzowfeaige, ciety, Tennis Club, and Proqram Committee. CECILE BALDWIN LUCILLE BARKER BEATRICE DEDES RAYMOND GLENN SHIRLEY HAERTEL "The Image of JOY HATHAWAY RONALD HODEK JAMES HORST NORMA HUPE RAY HUSSAR MARGARET KASPER You" f7mz'efA ZWN-CLASS MQTTO . . is missing HENRY MAUERER SHIRLEY MELHUISH EVELYN MELVILLE JACQUELYN RHODES MARY LOU ROBINSON JUNE SCHNEIDER BEVERLY STAFFORD KOULA STOYAS GEORGE TAYLOR EDWARD TETER SHIRLEY WEISS HAII in Favor A " BROADCAST COMMITTEE Nick Contos, James Weaver and Allan Lorincz. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE FRONT ROW: E. Vallancey, R. Nielsen, H. Skow, E, Maddin, V. Hagstrom. ROW 2: I. King, A. Cacioppo, M. Brodie, M. LaCavera, J. O'Grady, M. Hardeis. ROW 3: G. Valos, R. Steftan, B. King, O. Matthies, J. King, T. Moore. GRAND FINALE . . . COLLEGE DAY COMMITTEE FRONT ROW: C. Kraemer, E. Eklind, G. Gorr, J. Ellis, R. Groth I.. Heydenburg. ROW 2: R. Smith, M. Swanson, G. Adams, D Dahlenburg, R. Ferdinandsen, B, Huntington, H, Mennecke. GIFT COMMITTEE SEATED: B. Weinand, H. Hurwitz, G. Grenon, E. Melville. STAND ING: L. Barre, N. Contos. THE QUIZ ANSWERS ANSWERS FOR PAGE IIO I. Irene Sassmannshausen tgl Oratory be cor I. 2. 3. 4. I. 2. 3. 4. At ease, chilluns, the quiz session is overl Here at last are the keeping stables for ponies anymore. long awaited answers. Sc -You've Got Us Cryin' for tlj If all your answers are incorrect, all we can say is, "Boo Hoo rect, "You Leave Us Breathlessf' t3l It you have all of them right, our hats go oft to you ANSWERS FOR PAGE I07 It's a matter of opinion . . . I won't commit myself. Art Stevens. Lindbloom-we came, we saw, we lost! Ralph Norman. Everyone claps . . . We might add that you become embarrassed. tcl It you don't believe us, try it sometime. In the library . . . And we ain't just kidding you. tdl It you don't agree, you're not a true member ot our "country club." ANSWERS FOR PAGE IZI 2 3 4 5 I 2 3 4 I Prevaricator . . in other words, we're I inclined to believe the boy was fibbing. a. you're normal: b. you're above nor- malg c. you're hopelessg d. no such thing at Amundsen. "Our boy" Harvey Deright. tbl All of 43 received their precious sheepskins. ANSWERS FOR PAGE I27 I'lI beat you to bonnie Scotland. Your heart will forget to beat. Alexander is half swan and halt goose. Down beside the Alamo. ANSWERS FOR PAGE I29 Ulveling . . . "Have you heard this ore honestly! Remember you shouldnt You." t2j If you have fifty per cent tor "You're the Tops." 3. Joyce Perry. 4. Marion Eadie . . . there's no argument there. 5. Stan Mikrut . . . But we'd like to see the records! ANSWERS FOR PAGE l33 2. Stan Mikrut tel Photography 3, Annarnae Schlueter thl Viking 4. Jerome Hansen tal Drama 5. James Honan til R.O.T.C. 6. Helen Schulze 7. Howard Kirchwehm B. Tom Blaul Allan Lorincz .Jerry Fairbanks . Harold Hurwitz 9. IO II I2. Dot Wagner I3 I4 I5 til Lettergirl tdl Football tcl Basketball tfl L09 tbl Swimming tnl Hallguards , , , One7',' . tol Bowling I. Peggy BBIOHQG-'TTI-HIAY personality 2. tdl III excuse you from class anytime. . Eugene Granberg U, Baseball queen. 3. Mrs. Baxter . . . everyone's pal. V Vgvganfownley Hy SAGIC. . Bonnie Schultz. 4 Miss Holly . . Not that anyone cheats . Diane petropulos cm, G-AIA. 2 3. 4. 5 6. I. It all depends upon whom she is with. Lois Borgeson. 315 The girls have the upper hand, ot course! tbl Royalty reigned. ANSWERS FOR PAGE l24 French Club, and don't ask us how we know. 5 6 I 2 on them. Mr. Boetticher . . Listen to one of his lectures and you'lI Icnow. Mrs. Davis . . Contents unknown. ANSWERS FOR PAGE I30 Phyllis Miller . . . Oh, how she can swing! Beverly Stafford. I. 2. ANSWERS FOR PAGE I36 Ed Gruftg tgl Jim Byrne. 3. Eddie Cannavan. 4. "Nervine." Dick Abbott-so Vera Biurstrom tells S. tial Don Dolernang tdl Bob Mayg tel May Alice Thornton, an addict of an ,, onderiul Then JUNE PROM . . . STEVENS HOTEL The evening of June sevenfh . . , happy, dancing couples . . . colorful gowns . . . enchaming music , . . Hne June Promenade of l94I. A gala affair-if provided a pieasanr pealc To Jrhis evenifui year. To Hue prom cornmiifee is due much praise for making Huis niglnf a Huge success. 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game Q' I. Amundsen's tour horsemen and a stand tull ot hoarse men. 2. It we had some ham, we could have some ham and eggs, it we had some eggs. 3. The swim class holding a modern revival meeting over Jim Phillips. lGene Christy and Ken Vollmar, the muscle men, look on.I 4. It seems the wrestling department is tied up in knots, 5. Lorraine Haig has a "whirled" without end. 6. Lite sure has its ups and downs tor Leona. 7. It only takes six gals to start a locomotive. 8. 'Unaccustomed as I am to public speakinqlu stammers Art Stevens. 9. You're getting me down, you biq so and so. IO. Nice shot ot the school or haven't you noticed. II. Caretul there, Sam, or they'II be stutting the ballot box. I2. The "hustle, hustle" boy, Gene Granberq, I3. It takes teamwork and co-operation to keep the beach warm. I4. Hey, urnp! You've been umpinq so long you can call 'em with your eyes closed, can't you? I5. "Okay, tellowsf' yells Ken Spiers, "I've got it." I6. Hands across the table. I7. Stop! Your tackle tickles. NORTH PARK COLLEGE . . .a junior college offers a splendid opportunity to continue your educa- tion at an accredited college in your own community. 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Western Avenue Sheld k 9100 5068 Lincoln Avenue BOBZIEN BROTHERS IEWELERS 6. WATCHMAKERS 4825 N. Western Avenue Lonqbeach 7229 CERTIFIED PHOTO SUPPLIES Everything Photographic 4750 N. Darnen Avenue Lonqbeoch 7029 R. PATRO !" BECKER'S PHARMACY THE PERSHING SMART SHOP Two Registered Pharmacists "Dainty Underthinqs for Particular Women" 4960 N. Damen Avenue Lonqbeach 9566 4820 N. Western Avenue H L Call Us When in Trouble 6: CLEANERS LADD SERVICE STATION We can and Denver 2201 Lawrence Avenue Ravenswood 5684 4827 N. Damen Avenue Longbeach 0556 WILSON Y. M. C. A. 1725 Wilson Avenue Longbeach 8360 E. A. FAGERSTROM 6. CO. HOME BUILDERS 6. REAL ESTATE 6205 Milwaukee Avenue Newcastle 2050 Say It with Flowers STOLLERY BROS., INC. 5216 N. Broadway Lonqbeach 1617 GROSSINGER MOTOR SALES, Inc. 2658 Lawrence Avenue Lonqbeach 7883-4-5 B-B FOOD SHOP Better Bargains 4509 N Damen Avenue GUST'S BARBER SHOP 1819 Wilson Avenue OHLANDS GROCERY 6. MARKET Established 1913 2215 Wilson Avenue Lonqbeach 59967 S. SWANSON FLORIST DAVIS FOOD STORE Full Flavored Frosted Foods at Low Prices 4608 Lincoln Avenue Lonqbeach 1197 Magazines-ANDY'S-Ice Cream School Supplies-Model Airplane Kits Cor. Damen and Ainslie Sunnyside 9042 MALIN G DRUGS F. Malinq. R.Ph., Ph.D. 4701 L ln Avenue Ravensw od 10417 Permanent Wave Specialists CHARME BEAUTY SALON 2216 Lawrence Avenue Lonqbeach 8050 WAGGONER'S GREASING PLACE No. 8 1959-65 Lawrence at Damen lO'S CONFECTIONERY 5051 Lincoln Avenue Lonqbeach 5517 IOHN L WELSH, F LORIST CORSAGE FLOWERS 4815 N. Damen Avenue Lonqbeach 2949 D. W. EDGAR 6 SON FUNERAL Dmscrons STORE AND CONSERVATORY 4821 N. Damen Avenue Lonqbeach 2016 2314 Lawrence Avenue Lonqbeach 6688 TALMAN-LAWRENCE PHARMACY, IOHN A. CARLSON Inc. PAINTS BND HARDWARE Home of the Famous Malted Milks 2255 Foster Avenue Lonqbevch 3448 2628 Lawrence Avenue Lonqbeach 4612 FOSTER TAILORS 6. FURRIERS Furs Cleaned, Glazed and Remodeled 2305 Foster Avenue Ardmore 3287 ROBERTSON 6. COMPANY LIQUID TILING 5840 N. Clark Street Lonqbeach 0380 Again, the Viking cover is MULLOY-MADE Highest in Quality and Workmanship THE DAVID I. MOLLOY PLANT 2857 North Vtfestern Avenue Armitage 3790 ALASKA For Your 1941 Vacation All Expense Escorted Tour Leaving June 28. Also Independent Itineraries to Meet Your Requirements Travel Service-Air-Rail-Steamship Phone or Write DON ECK TRAVEL SERVICE Suite 926 Daily Times Building ROOT STUDIOS Established 1889 Official Photographers For Amundsen 1935 to 1941 185 North Wabash Avenue fCorner Lake Streetl 211 W. Wacker Drive COpposite the Marti - Y Frankun 8284 State 0113 Suite omp iments o FILLY'S MEATS ECONOMY FOOD SHOP 4806 N. Darnen Avenue Longbeach 0682 2301 Foster Avenue HASTERT MEAT MARKET 2308 Foster Avenue MASSA'S BAKERY 4848 N. Damen Avenue PAY N TAKE IT 4201 N. Lincoln Avenue PATTERSON'S FOOD SHOP 4628 N. Leavitt Street UPTOWN FURNITURE SHOP 5228-30 Clark Street S. S. KRESGE 1956-58 Lawrence Avenue DRAPPER CLEANERS 4647 N. Damen Avenue GROSSMAN'S MEN'S WEAR OHLSON FOOD SHOP 4655 N. Rockwell Street 4718 N. Lincoln Avenue ANDREW'S LUMBER CO. 1757 Foster Avenue WALTER F. ASCHE, M.D. PATRO H. ERICKSON SEELEY GROCERY Jeweler--Fine Watch Repairing 5306 N. Clark Street Longbeach 7619 4906 N. Seeley Avenue VICTOR Tailors-Cleaners-Furriers FOUNTAIN SERVICE 5200 N. Leavitt Street Longbeach 8929 5115 N. Damen Avenue Sunnyside 9325 IACK'S FOOD MART LINCOLN SQUARE CAMERA nee ,,e,.mY 2124 Lawrence Avenue Sunnyside 1452 2719 Lawrence Avenue Longbeach 1831 HALVAR ANDERSON ROCKWELL HARDWARE IEWELER-WATCH REPAIRING 4634 N. Rockwell Street Irving 7715 1511 W. Foster Avenue Longbeach 9329 a ESTABLISHED 1834 Phone Lonqbeach 6964 217 Wes! Monroe Street co- P O E R I S CHICAGO Good Primers Food Shops and Bakery V for nearly 60 years CHICAGO H. L. DERIGI-IT, Manager Telephone Randolph 5234 732 West Van Buren Street Telephone Monroe 6363 1902 Foster Avenue 5252 N. Damen Avenue Aarlie, H. ,,,,,AA,A,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, 63 Abbott, R. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,A,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 32, 66, 78, 90, 94, I00, ll Abele, Ackerman, G. ....... , 8, 136, M. .,,. ...........,,,,,..,,,... 4 4, 53, .30, 36, 50 52 Adams, E. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 75 I40 I I8 64 78 STUDENTS . . . INDEX Batterson, M. ..,..,,,A,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 42, 60, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, 99, II7, II9 Bauer, A ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, 47, 48 Bauer, D .,,,...................,,.A,A,,,, 23, 58, Bauer, M ....,A...,,., ,,,,,,,,, 3 0, 47 Bauer, R .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 04, Baughman, B ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27 Bauknecht, E .,.,........,..u.,, I9, 63, 75 Bauman, B ,....,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I9, Baumhart, D ..,,.,..,..........,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 23 Beatty, P. ..........,..,..,,.A,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , .24, 57, Adams, G. ,,,.,,. ......,.,..,,.,.u,,.,,, 7 8, IIB Adams, H. ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, I I8 Adams, L. .... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4 Adams, S ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23, 80 Adams, W .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 53 Ahlstrand, V .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 6I Ahstrom, M. ...... 37, 4I, 69, I00, lI8 Akerman, J..1 .................. I9, 78, 86, 88 Albertson, J ......................... 22, 74, 80 Albright, L .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 8, 52, B8 Alexander, G. Allard, J .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3 Allen, M. ,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Allen, S ............... 43, 64, 67, 115, Alleshouse, B. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Almeroth, S ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 39, 70, Almquist, Altmayer, W ......... L ........... Alzas, E ....,.,..,,,,,, Alzas, W .,.......,..,... Amarantos, L. Amato, C. ....... . Amato, G. ..... . Amato, P. ......, . Anastos, G ......... Andersen, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson Anderson :e 5 Ol 4 8 Z F995 7"'!"" 3 Ingrid.. .,,.QQQQQ'i9',"'6o U 4655 yan: ml? ion: 3 L -apo P ,Q Irving .....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 45 M ......,.... Richard. Robert.. S ....................,,,., 86, .,.... .48, 40 100, 04, 47, 58, 22 i """f20,i"59,"'7ii,' 76 53 30 I I8 I8 I 04 78 63 7 I 54 79 I8 Beaubien, R...27, 37, 53, 74, IOO, Beck, A ......,,,.,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, Beck, R .................,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,, , ,,,,.,,.,, 27 Becker, Dolores ........................,,,, 28, Becker, Don ,,,.,.,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 6, 96, Becker, M. ....., ,,,.,..,..,,,,,.,,,,, , Becker, R ......... ...,....... 6 9, 96, Bedell, ......... 83, I04, D ......... F ......... Anderson, T ..,.,..,.,.,., ,,,,,,,,, 2 0, 63, Anderstrom, E ......,.,, ,,,,,,, 3 9, 62, Anderstrom, L. .,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Andrew, J .................. ........, 2 7, , Andros, J. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Angelopoulos, P .........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27, Antes, D .............................. ,70, II7, Anthony, P. ,,,,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , Anton, A ............. ,....,,, 2 7, 55, 78, Arbogast, G .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 8 4 , Arnold, L ................... 22, 47, 48, 74, Arnopol, R ..............,,,,,,,,,,, W22, 74, Arvidson, D ..........,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, Ash, L ...........,..,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 0 Askounis, B ...............,,,. 55, 56, II7, Askounis, V ...........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26 Asolund, J ............. 39, 70, 83, 86, 37 54 78 II6 II7 Astrene,A... , , Astrenedes, P ................. ' ..22, 54, 70 Asvos, G .......................,,.......... ...., I B, Atsaves, G ........, 1 0, 22 Constan, A. 66, II7, 119, Aulen, L. ..... . Austin, S. ...., . Baier, R. Baird, E .......... ,,,,,,,, I 9, Bais, A. D ....,.,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, I 8 Bais, A. N ......,.. ,.,...,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,, Bars, M .............,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 83, 86, 88, Ba ker, J ........... ..................... 5 3 Baldacclnl, A. .... ,,,, , ,, ,,,,,, Baldaccini, J ......... .....,....... I 9, Bales, L. ........... . Balmes, F ........ .......... 6 I, 75 Baltzer, L ,...,, ..,., ,,,,, ,,,,,,, I 9 , Bara baz, S. ...... ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Barber, W ......,... .,,,,,, 2 8, 66, Barbour, A ................ Ba rbour, W. .........,..,.,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Barcklay, S. .........................,.,,,,,,.,,, ,, Berefoft, J ..... 37, 42, 64, 03, 00, 76 30 90 55 80 60 60 I00 60 79 78 63 I04 IOI I I8 I04 75 I04 26 Andres, D ..,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 6 , 47 48 53 68 45 I I8 96 IOI I I8 78 89 75 96 I I8 55 I04 I I8 96 55 54 I8 75 I I8 59 54 26 I04 8 I 59 59 23 78 79 I I8 I 00 47 58 I9 I 28 85 Begley, Beisse, M ............. ............. 3 0 BSIFOWSIKI, M. .....,.,..,,,.,,.,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,, , Bell, G ......,,......,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 27, Bell, L ............................... 20, 60, 6I, Belonga, P ..s........ 42, 65, II9, I2I, Bender, E ...................,,..........,,,, II9, Bennett, B. ..................,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., , Bennett, T. .....,.....,....,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,, , Benson, A ..................... 30, 52, 7l, Benson, D. M .............,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,.,,,, Benson, R. E ..,,.,,.,, ,,,,,.,,,,, 2 6, 75, Benson, R. E .,,,,..,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 04, Bentley, J. .....,...... ,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,, , Berberion, V ....,.,,., ,.,,,,,,, 2 2, 6I, Bereiter, C ......... .............,,,,,,, 2 3, Bereiter, V ........... ......... 4 I, 52, 70, Berg, D ........r.,. ,,.....,, 2 4, 45, 60, Berg, I .......,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7, Berg, S. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bergadon, N .,,..,,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 8, Bergouist, B ........... .......... 5 3, Sl, Bergquist, R ......, .,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 3 0, Berkshire, M ..................... I9, 60, 77 Berllnger, A ....,..............,,,,,.,, 56, 90, Bernhardson, E. ...,,. ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bernhardson, F. ..... . Bernhardt, G ......... ...........40, Berns, J .,.,,.,.,,.,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 8 , Berthel, L ......,.....,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,, 39, 70, Berve, D ....................,,,.........,, ,24, 53 Betts, W. .s....... ..................... ............. , Betzelos, Angelo S...20, 54, 75, 77, Betzelos, S ..................... 54, 74, 77, Beutlieh, J .....,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, 26, 53 Bianchi, D ..... 24, 60, 03, 06, 100, Bice, M ........................... 20, 6l, 63, Bickel D ............... ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ,24, Bieniek, L ....,... ,,,,,,,,,, 7 8, Brlls, A ...,.,,,. , ,,,,,, WB4, Bilski, J. ,,,,.,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bindig, V ......,., ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 4, Bintz, F ......,...,,, ,,,,,,, 4 0, Bishop, E, .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bitter, B ,.......... ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 8, Bitterli, R. ........ ...,...,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. , Bjork, I, ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bjorklund, D ................,.. 20, 8I, 83, Bjurstrom, V. ...........,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 4I 67, 78, 99, IOI, II6, II9, I36, Blackburn, M. ..........,,.......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,. , Blades, R ...................,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,, 30, Blair, B. ....,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,, 1 9, 48, 58, Blankee, M .,.,,..,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 53, Bloul, T ......,.,,,,,,,,,,, 30, 92, 93, 133, Bleidt, P ........... ,..,...,.,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 2 3 Blessing, Block, H. Bloemer, R .....................,. 20, 66, 92 M ................ 11QQi1Q103,"919i97," Blom, J ................................. 89, I04, Blomgren, A, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ..........43, 65, 99, 101, 116, II7, Blomgren ,D. ...................... ........... . Blomqulst, G. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. ,,..,.,, . ,,,,,, , ,, Bloom, A .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 6, 50, Bloom, F. ....,,...,,.....,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,, , Bloom, P .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,.,,, 19, 73, go, Bloomenthal, C .....,.,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, 79, Bloomfield, R .,,,.,,, ,,,,.,,,,,, 4 0, 69, Bloomhuff, M. Bloomhuff, P, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , ,, BIoomqu1st, K, ,.,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bodeen, G .............,,,, Barklrng, B .........,,,,,,,.,....,,,,,,,,,,,, ,28, Barkulis, H ...................,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,, I8, IOI Barlow, C. .... .................. 3 0 Barr, F.. ........ ,,,,, ..,,, 2 8 , 45, 66 Barr, R. ...............,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 96 Barre, L. ............................................., IIB Barth, M. ..............,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,, , 2, 32, 52, 70, 98, IOI, II5, II8, I28 Bartholomew, H. ,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 70, I I6, I I7, I I8 Bartholomew, M. ...........,..,........ ,,,, 2 4 Bartolain, M. .........,....,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,. 22 Bassler, C ............ 4I, 70, 86, II6, IIB Batterson, L ...,..... .,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,, 2 3, 86 Bodeen. H ......................... 22, 60, 6l, Boening, E ........., ,....,,,.,,,.,,,, I 9, 48, Boenke, D. ....,,.,..,, ,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, , Boesnecker, B, .... ,,,,,,,,,, , Boeth, M. ....,,,.,,, ,,,,.,,.,,,,..,,, , Boeth, W .,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 I, Boex, B, ,,...,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , Bogosian, A. ..... ............. . Bohn, F. .,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,.,,,..,,, , Bolander, B... .... ......... . 30, 79 7 I I I4 76 96 59 53 I9 IOI 74 , 48 53 IO4 58 I04 I I6 I04 52 59 53 76 I40 I30 56 20 I00 27 I00 I I4 22 68 62 I I9 74 69 60 63 I0l 90 79 IOI 26 30 I04 90 I04 8I 30 80 I I9 8I IOI 75 69 II9 I04 90 II9 II9 I8 90 27 20 86 I40 IO4 90 74 65 I40 60 94 45 I I9 I I4 I I9 26 45 7I l0I IOI IOI I04 27 27 II9 I24 68 75 I8 I9 26 II9 II9 I9 I8 I00 Boldt, S. ....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, I8 119 Bonato, R ..........., Bontardeci, R .,..,.., ,,.,..,,,, 44, Booth, P ...........,,.. ,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, 2 0, 59 Borders, J. ,,...,,.,,.,,,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 58 Borg, J ....................... 30, 45, 47, 48 6l Borgeson, L, ...........,....,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.. , ......37, 43, 61, 64, loo, 117, I2I,, 140 Borgman, S. ....................... ......... Bork, J ...,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,, Bormann, R. ......................,........ . Bouchard, P .....,, 37, 66, 115, Il Boule, ......................................... 7. 53 24,' Bournakls, A ,.,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, 57, 37 Bournakis, L .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, I 8, , Boyer, C. ....,...... ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, , Bracken, A ..,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 2 2, Carlston, M. ......... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Carlstrand, W .,,,.,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 0, Carr, G .................... ........... 2 7, 47, Carr, V ................. ........ 2 6, 37, 53, Carscadin, J. ........,,....,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Carson, E ............................... 22, 74, Carver, D .,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20, 60, Case, H ......... .....,.... 5 0, 56, 68, 70, Cates, ,M. ........... .................. . Chadwick, P. .,.,.,,.,,.,,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Chakolan, E ........................... 53, 83, Chalmers, B .,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 53, Chandler, B ............... 20, 53, 54, 75 Chapin, E. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Charleston, B. , ..,..,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Chelemengos, A. ....... ...... , .. Chlagourrs, M. ..................,.,,,,,,,,,, , Zf'pu Brahos Brahos Chioles, L. ...,.....,,.,,.,,.,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Chlrlkos, F ........... 44, 55, 86, II5, Brahos, E S 3 6- zzmgn ul w 01 : O. 4-6- on -4 cv :1 O. F". Braunz, F. ,,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Breese, H .,.,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 2 , 58 Breidinger, L ..... .. .......,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20, Briggs, J ..................,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22 Brinkman, G. .,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , Britt, B ...................,.,,,,,, 39, 70, 105, Britton, D ....................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, Bro, M ................. 37, 43, 115, 117, Broadbent, T ..............,,,,,,,,,,, 60, 89, Brockhoff, J ..... 22, 37, 53, 68, 7I, Brockman, L. ....................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Broderson, R. ......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , Brodie, M ............ .....,,.. 4 I, I20, Broms, A .......... .,,,,,,, 5 8, 67, Broniec, W. ....... ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, , ,, Brooks, M ...,,,.. ,,,,,,,, 2 6, 64, Brosius, C .........,..... ..,,,,,, 3 0, 50, Chirpe, J ................... 22, 58, 69, 7I Christ, G .......... ........................... 7 8, Christ, J ............... ....................... 2 6, Christensen, B ..,,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,.,, 40, Christiansen, J ............... 26, 4I, 64, Christie, E. ...........,......,..,,.,...,..,..,..,, . Christman, P ......................... 60, 78, Christoffel, June,,24, 40, 64, 7l, Christopoulos, C. ..,.,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,.,,.,. . 75 77 , 20, 54, , Christy, ...........,.,..,.....,,...,,.,,,,.,,.., . Chudz1nsk1, L. ...,,..,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,..,,. , Claeys, D .,,.,,,,..,,., Clasen, V .....,......................... 40, 68 Clausen, Clausen, Clausen, Clemens, S. ....... . R ........... W. ..... . Cletcher, E .......... Closter, D ......,.... M ..................... 22, , 84, 7I, ...,.'f.'ff.fffff.'26 54, Closterides, J ......... ............ 2 8 Clyne, R. ........... . Coburn, J ........ ,,.,,..,,., 2 6, 52, Cohrs, D. ,..,.,,. ,.,,.,.,.,,,,...,,,,,.,,,,. . Cokine, H ...,..............,....,. 20, 50, 84 Colan, M .........,.,...,.,,,,,.,,..,,,.,. 30, 83 64 Colegrove, C ........... 69, 78, , 85 8I 63 Colegrove, E ......,..., 26, 66, 75, , I9 Coleman H ..... ,,,,.,....,,.,...,.,,,. , , Coleman, Coleman, Coleman, L. A .................................. L. R .......... ................ V. ...............................,.... . Colias, J. .......................................... . Colley, B ............. 43, 64, Collignon, D ................. 27 115, II7, ,61, 71, Colllns, M ...,. , ,..,,.,,.,.,,,.,.,,,..,..,,,,,,,, 24 Collins, P ,..,...... Collins, T. ..... . Colver, N ..,.,.,,..,., ,,,Qffff53f7'lf"33' Comiskey, V. .................................. . Condon, J ............................,.. 37, 38 43, 70, 83, '86, Condos, C. Condos, J ............ Condos, P. ..... . Conley, R ............. Connell, G. Connolly, C. 88, II7, I2I, ............Qffifi30, Connolly, J ................. 66, 78, II7, Connor, P ........,.,.......,.,.,,,.,,..,..,,,,., 23, Connors, M ............... 20, 59, 78, 83 Conoboy, A .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, 39, Conrad, A. ........ ,............. . . ,,,.... Brosnahan, V .......... ..., . ..27, 64, Brosseit, B. . ,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Brotman, M .............,,...,,,,,,,,, I9, 59, Brown, Bette J ................. 28, 52, 84 Brown, G, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Brown, H. E ....... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 3, Brown, Jane ..... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, J. K ....,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, I I7, Brown, J, M ,,,,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Brown, P .,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 4 I , Brown, R ........... ......... 2 8, 66, 90 Brown, S. ,.,,,.. .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bruce, M. .....,. .........,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bruhn, B ................... 20, so, 59, 79, Brumlik, B. ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Brunsell, J ..................,,.,,,,,,,,,, IS, 63, Brynjegard, O. G ....... .....,,,,,,,,,,,,. Buchmann, I. ........... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Bucolt, A. ............. ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Burgeson, G ....... ........ 2 2, 45, Burke, L. ..,.,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Burkland, J .,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 55, Burlingame, G, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Burnett, L .......................,, 27, 50, 53, Burns, R ..................... 26, 78, 8I, 90, Burson, J .............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 40, I05, Bushelle, D. .....................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Buss, F. ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Butler, P .,...,.,,,,,.,,,.,.,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 22, 58, Byrne, J ................. 66, 7I, 78, I36, Cacioppo, A ........... 4I, II6, I20, Cahill, R ........... ..............,.,,,,, 2 7, 90, Colne, M ................. 44, 133, 56, ss, Caldwell, R ............................., .,,,,, I 8 Callaqhan, B ......................... 28, 37, CaII1ster, G. .,,,,,.,, M ,,,,, Campbell, D. ...... . Campbell, Canacak R. ....... .............,., . os, C. ..... ..., ...... Canacakos, D ..,.,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 6, 55, Canacakos, G. ,..., ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, , Canacakos, M .,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,, 22, 55, Canacakos, V .....................,, 22, 55, Canatsy, B ................,...,,,,,,,,, 26, 92, Cannavan, E ........... II5, I20, I36, Carblne, E. .................,.....,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,. , Caray, M...40, 53, aa, as, 87, Carelin, Carelln, ae, C. .............................,.,,,,,,, , H .............,......... 26, 37, 60, Carlfeldt, S. .,.,,,,,,,.,,,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 83 Carlsen, E ................. 26, 6l, 7I, Carlson, C Carlson, Carlson, E 0 ............................. 27, 48, Carlson, Gladys E ............ ...,,,,,,,,,,,, 70, 03, 06, Carlson, Carlson, Carlson, Carlson, 88, H ..............................,,,.,,, la, June ........ 4I, 45, 47, M ................................... 40 R ......... 28, 60, 73, 74, 7 52, 5 Constantine, H ....... 26, 47, 54, 56 Contos, B. .......... ............................. . Contos, N ..................... 36, 37, II6, Contos, W ......................... ..... 3 0, 37 Cook, D ......... 24, 62, 7I, 80, B3, 85 cook, R. M ................... 38, 44, 67, Cook, S ........................... 44, 70, II7, Corbett, P, .... ........................... . Cordes, P ......... ................... 2 8, Cordt, E. .......................................... . Corkell, A. ...................................... . Corthier, L. .,,,.,..........,...........,......,.. . 32, 52, 82, 83, 84, Cory, L ................... 47, 57, 96, I2l, Cory, P ................................... I9, 47, Cosmos, E. ...... .............................. . Cotharin, J .......... ............ 4 8 Courtney, B ......... ......... 3 9, Courtney, J .......... .......... I 8, 86, Coutre, M. ..... . Covey, R. Coyle, S ............ . Crafts, C. ........................................ 22 Cramer, H ............ 48, Cramer, M ............. 40, 64, 76, I05, Crawford, J. .... . Crehore, T ........ . Cremer, L .............. Cronberg, D. 46, 59, .......43, 52, II7, 30 75 94 88 22 78 63 I 20 20 6 I 86 68 90 24 I 20 I20 22 55 I 2 I 79 89 88 I05 84 27 82 I05 , 80 ,I42 . 23 52 I 05 I 0 I 74 74 77 56 74 74 20 7 I 28 88 86 86 90 75 79 28 23 I8 I2 I IOI 53 57 .I2l , 88 24 I36 74 54 24 52 28 57 I2I 60 B6 I05 28 I05 78 96 l2I 89 86 I2I I2I 80 65 I2I 28 87 I 36 59 B0 74 I 05 I 00 40 24 57 8I 77 II4 26 78 I2I 60 Finley, B. Ferdinandsen, R. ...................Y,.,...... . Cronin, J ..... 40, 69, 76, I05, l09, Crossland, R. .........A.................Y.Y..... . Crouley, R ......... ..,.................... 7 5 Crowe, G. ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,....,,.,.,....,....,.. . Crowther, F .,,........,..... 52, 70, I05 cfowgher, M ....,.........,....... 26 52 Cunningham, 8 ......, ......,. 4 0, I05, Czarnick, 8. ...... ......,,.......... . Dahl, J ,.,,,,.....,,...., ...,....... 3 0, 37, Dahlberg, F. ,... . ......... .......... .,..... . . Dahlberg, R. M .......,.... ........... 2 0, Dahlberg, R. W. ,.......,. .......,......., Dahlenburg, R ................ ......... 7 4, Dahlgren, Florence ,.......... ..,,... 5 2, Dahlgren, Frances ...... ..........,..... Dahlin, D. .......,......,... .................. . Dahlstrom, D ........... . .,........ 28, 56, Dahlstrom, L ......................... 20, 80, Danaher, D. ..............,.....,..,.............,, . . ..........,..,. 43, 52, aa, 55, as, II7, Daniels, P ......,.......... 22, 37, 6I, 69, Danielson, F. ..............,..................... . Dannhaver, F ............. 20, 48, 60,74 Davenport, H .............................,. 28, Davey, G .................... L ........ 39, I05, Davidsen, J ,....,.... .,,...... 4 3, 64, II7, Davidson, E .,,.......................... 30, 60 Davidson, L ............,.....,................ 22, Davis Davis, Davis, Davis Catherine L ..................... 20, , R ...........,,.......,..,.....,,.... 30, 37, Davis, Stafford, .,............................ . 69, 73, 75, 96, lI5, Dawe, G ..................,... ........... 2 2, 54, Deardorff, M ............. 20, 59, 83, 86 DeBoer, J ,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, 4 2, 53, Decker, E. ...... ..,,.,,., .,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Decker, R ......... ........... 6 6, Dedes, J ...,..... ....,.,..,,.. 2 O DeFoy, B ............ .,,.,,,,,,,, 8 4, B6 Del-Iart, E ......,...... . ,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 75, Delahanty, P .,.,,,,. ,.,,,,,,, 2 8, 37, 7I Delaporte, B ....... ......,.,, 2 6, 53, Dell, I. ............ ...,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,., , Dell, W, .....,.... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,, . Demas, B .,.,,,,.,,, ,,.,,.,,,,, 9 0, I05, Demas, O .,........ .,,,.,,,,, I 9, S4 Demas, T. .....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Demerge, T. .,...... DeMeyer, R... ...... ....,...... . 63 Demos, A ......... .,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 0, Demos, P .........,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, 54, DeMos, V .,,,.,,,.,,,. ,,,.,...,. 2 O, 54, DeMoss, N ..............,....,.,.......,,,.,,,.,, 54 Dennis, Daisy ..........,,.,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. DePr1est, C. .......................,......,.....,. . Deright, B .,.,.,,,, 23, 58, 71, 03, 55 Deright, H ..................,,... 56, 66, 69 II8, I22, l24, 70, 78, 93, 97, Derner, L. ......................,.....,,.,....,,,, , DeRocher, J ............,,,,, 42, 52, II7, DeSherow, D ..,....... . ...................... 26, 50, DeSwarte, B .....,.. DeSwarte, C. Detrick, C, .... .,,,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,, , Dettlow, D. Devo, M ..,...,. .... Q ff'1"1'7,'A'i'2A2,' Devo, R .....,.... ....,..,.,,,,.,,,,, 2 0 Dewe, P. ..... . Dezell, J. ...., . Dlacos, A .........,..,. .,.. .,.,,,, 2 O , 53 Diakoumis, A. ,....,,,........,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Dick, R .........,............ ............. 2 4, 48, Didier, M ..................... 44, 58, l00, Diefenbach, W .......,........... 89, II7, Dlerssen, J .,...,,,.., ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 0, Dirscherl, M ......... Dittman, L ....... Dixon, D, ,...,....,., ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Dodt, W .,,...,,,.....,...,.,..........,......,,. 48, Doerschner, S ..............,., 27, 78, 83, Doetsch, M. ,.,..,.. . ....,.,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, , Dolan, P ...,...... ,.......,................ ..,...,. 5 O , Doleman, D. .....,,,.......,....,....,...,,.,,,.. . 55, 94, 117, 122, 135, Doleman, P ............................. 20, 80, Domke, G. ...,.,.....,....,,....,... ..,,..... , Donewald, W .......... ........ 3 O, 62, Donges, J .,........... ............... 2 8, Donovan, E. ...... ............ Donovan, J. ....... . Dopheide, F ........ Dopheide, M. 'f.'.'.'.'ff.'f1I2f i Dovekas, D ........... ....................., 6 9, Doyle, G ..............................,......., 4l, Draugelis, E ....... ,.....,...,. ......,.,....... 2 6 , Dreves, D .............,....... 66, 89, II7, Drew, E .,... ..... . . .....,.......,.,.,,.,,..., 24, Drganc, J. ...... .......................,... . , B ....,,..,,.,...,.,...,,.,,.,,,..,,.,.....,, 57, Clayton .................................. II4 30 ,78 . 27 II4 84 II6 I2I 47 62 60 30 I 2 I 78 78 30 7I 86 l2I 7I 23 75 66 I I4 I2 I 6 I 75 74 79 20 50 l2l 89 88 l2l 6l 76 63 88 8 I 79 80 30 75 I07 78 26 I9 80 54 74 86 90 I8 I2l 88 I40 I 22 I 22 52 52 30 23 I8 I 36 8 I 30 I 8 79 54 62 I22 I22 48 80 69 64 53 88 58 76 I40 85 IO6 66 60 I22 l0I I22 40 74 I 22 56 I 22 58 59 Drusch, H. ....................................... . 42, 67, 83, 86, II7, Duerr, A .,.............................,........... 60. Duerr, L ......... ......................... 2 4, Dugo, M ............ ........., 2 6, 6I, Dunlap, R. ....... . .................. . Dunn, F. ............,................................ . Dunn, N .....,............................. 23, 58, Dunsheath, M. ................................. . 38, 39, 70, IO6, Duwentester, H .,,.......................... 23, Dwyer, A .......................,..,...... I9, 68, Dwyer, M .........,..... ......... 7 6, Dyer, S. .... . Eadle, M. ,..........,......,...... .............. . ,...,.,.,.,.4l, 58, 64, 76, I22, I30, Eaker, .,......................................... . Eberweln, I ................... 24, 4l, l00, Echtenacher, K ..................... 23, 62, Eckersberg, R. ...... ...................... . Eckl, A ................... ............ 4 3, 70, Ecklund, R .,.,..,. ......................... 7 5, Eder, M. ....................,,.....,......,.......... . Edgren, K ................... 89, II7, I22, Edwalds, J. ....................................... . Edwards, J. R ....................... ......... Egelkraut, J. ...... ............ . Egerer, M. .......... ............... . Ehrhart, C ................ .......... 3 0, Eiberger, H. ..................................... . Eichermueller, T. ............................. . 52, 70, 83, 05 Eickstaedt, L. ............................. . Elde, M ................................... 27, Ekdahl, L ................................. 37, Eklind, E ............ .36, 38, 40, 42, 83 55,' 50, Ekllnd, H ................... I8, 32, l0l, Elenz, W. ........................................... . Ellinger, R ..................................... I8, Elliott, E ......................................... 52, Elliott, P ,........................................ 23, Ellis, J ............. 36, 42, 70, 83, 86, Elmgren, J ............................. I9, 80, Emanuelson, A. .................. . ..... ...... . Enarson, A ............ Endres, E ................................. 24, 48 Engelkraut, J ............... I8, 76, Engelman, I. England, A ........... Engquist, A .......... Epp, B. ............ . 8I, ..,.,.....30, Erbe, A. ............................................. . Erhard V ............... Efhafdi, F...43, 62,7 83 86 88 ...96. Erickson, A. M ,............................ 47, Erickson, A. R ..................... 27, 50, Erickson, Harriet ........ 4l, 70, II7, Erickson, J ................. 4I, ll5, II7, Erickson, L ....................... 22, 53, 7l Erickson, M ......... Ernst, ,I ............... Ernst, P. ......... . Erskine, Erskine, Escorcia, C ......... M ............. M ......... Eshoo, E ............. Esser, A .................. Estabrook, R ......................... I9, Euler, E ............................. 40, Euler, P ....,....,,., 28, 69, 7l, , ..........28, 70, 84, 83 84 Evans, B ........................... 22, 58, 7l 53, Evans, R. ............................................. . Evar, P. ...... . Evett, E .......... .... .................. 2 6 , Faber, B ............. 4I, 83, 86, 88, Fagerstrom, H. ........ ....................... . Fagerstrom, M. .... ..... .................. . Fahey, R ................ .......... 3 0, 60, Fahlgren, A. ...... ....................... . Faigen, L .............. ..................... 2 8, Fairbanks, J ......... .......... 5 7, I23, Farr, D. ........... ....................... . Farrar, J. ........................................... . Farrell, R ......................................... 85, Farrow B,..4l, 52, 70, 76, 78, 86, Faust, lvi. ........................................... . Favaro, R ............................... 20, 63, Fazio, B ............... ................. 4 0, Feemster, M ........ ........... 7 6, IO6, FeFles, C .................. .................. 2 2, Feichtmeir, M ......... ............... 2 7, Fell, C. ................ ............ . Feld, E. . .......... .... ............... . Feller, V. ........................................... . Felm,an, R ................................. 22, 80, 70, aa, 86, Feret, F. ............................................. . I 22 86 80 84 I9 IO6 78 I I4 62 78 I22 I8 I 40 8 I I 06 96 27 I22 77 62 I 30 23 8 I 40 I 8 62 23 88 26 84 79 86 I22 63 22 84 58 I22 83 22 58 62 I 06 27 IOI 47 23 I8 62 I Z3 60 52 I 23 I 23 78 57 78 62 78 58 96 I 23 79 78 I 06 86 78 26 I9 78 I 23 I8 27 78 22 7 I I 33 20 30 86 I 23 27 75 I06 I I4 55 50 26 20 79 83 I 23 24 STUDENTS . . INDEX Ferguson,M ................................... 27 Fernes, L ............ Ficht, M. ....... . F1ck,, L ..................................... fillflza, ..27, 50, 69: 60, 7I 23, 37,' Fieblg, D. .................. - .............. ......... . 55, 70, 75, 115, II7, rieia, E ....,............ 39, 50, 70, IO6, Pike, P ........... 41, 03, 85, 117, 121, Filman, D ..,..........., 23, 53, 83, 04, Fischer , A Fischer, B ................. 28, 76, Fischer, C ............ Fischer, D ............ 83, 86, .....23, 37, 63, 7I Fischer, M ............. I9, 53, 8I, 33, Fisher, A. ..... .................................. . Fisher, D. ......... . ........................... Fitch, N. ............. ................... . Fitz ibbon, R .......... ......... 5 9, 75, .9 . Fitzpatrick, D. ....... ................... . Fitzpatrick, J. ................................. . Flachsenberger, E. ....................... . Flannery, R ..................... 23, 58, 78, Fleck, L. ............................................. . Fleming, Jane ........................ I9, 48, Fleming, John .................................. Fleming, P ............. 30, 33, 47, 50, Fleming, W. J ..................... 27, 56, Fleming, W. R ................................... Flint V. ............... ................... . riaaberg, E .......... ............,..... 5 7, Flodin, J ...... ...... .......... 3 0 , 48, Flores, J ............ ............. 8 5, 86, Florian, G .......... ......... 6 2, 78, 8l, Flores, L ............ ..................... 2 2, 63, Florzak, P .....,........ ........... . . 20, 47, Fluckinger, A ................. 26, 56, Folos, M ................. ............. 2 2, BI, Ford, L. ............... . .................. .. Ford, Richard .......... .......... 5 9, Ford, Robert ........ .......... 2 4, Ford, W. .......... . .......... I9, Fosdyke, V ........ .......... 2 3, Foss, J. ........ . Fosse, P. ...... . Fosse, R .............. Foutrls, G .......... .................. I 8, Frank, J .............. ......... 3 7, 44, Frank, R ........................................... 20 Frankquist, B ................................... 27 Frantell, P ....................... 24, 60, Fray, L ..........,.......... 27, 65, 82, 83, Frayser, G ................................... .4O, Frazier, L ....... ................ 3 Q, 82, Frazier, M. ..... .................. . Frazier S. ........... ............... . Freariclsan, R ......... ..,....... 5 7 Freeding, J ........... ........... 2 3 Freeding, M ......... .............. 2 8 Freeman, J. ......... . ...................... . Freimuth, D .......... .......... 2 2, 48, Freriks, L ........... ..................... 2 6, Freskos, J .............................. ........ I 8, Freu, E ........................... 4l, 60, 78, Freudenthal, D. ............................... . Frey, A. ....,.......... .... .............. . Frey, L. ............ . Frey, M. .............. . Fridstrom, I. ..,... . Fritz, L ................ .......... I 8, Froucek, L. ..... . ......... .. Froy, J. ......... ........... . Frum, R .......... .......... 7 4, Frum, W ........ ............................. 2 6, Fuehs, R ......................................... I9, Fuhrmann, G ....... 4I, 50, 60, l0l, Fullerton, B ............................. 26, 48 Fullerton R ,.................................... I9, Fulton, D. .... 32, 89, 96, I00, II7, Funk, C. .................. .................. ...... . Furla, S ............ ......., . .... .......... ...24, Gabel, M. ....., . ..,.f1f.11'i'5'f I Gade, R. ............... . Gaderlund, 8. ...... . Gaines, F. ........ . Galenko, L. ...... . Gallanis, C. ....... . Gallanis, T ...............,.... Gallowich, D. ,... 41, Gare is, H. ..,............ . P Garrlty, R. ....... Gart, B. ............... . Gart, Dolores ...... Gart, Dorothy ......... Gartner, J. ...... . Ga rtner, R ..................... Ga rwood, D. .......... . ....,..,4I, 74, 50, 51, 05, 55, 62 Gasper, W. ....................................... . ....20, 37, 5l, 56, 7I, 89, I00, Gast, H. ...................................... 43, 84 7I 83 7I I23 II4 I23 86 I8 81 l00 81 83 86 60 68 27 8 I 57 37 I 23 96 I8 53 63 52 77 63 79 88 75 88 I23 54 75 74 100 30 69 75 75 52 28 82 69 54 I23 , 63 , sa 59, 96 05 IO6 lOl 52 59 90 60 50 30 78 79 63 I 23 28 58 87 I9 I9 79 28 I 23 90 74 63 I 23 52 53 I 23 63 96 I23 I8 IO6 I8 88 54 78 I 24 I 00 65 I9 28 78 74 78 I8 l0l I24 Gatsch, F. ....... .......... . Gaul, A. ....... . .... . .... I9, Gaul, P. ............... ......... 3 0, Gavrilis, M. ............. ....,. .... 2 6 Geannopulos, D. ....................,.,.,. , Geavaras, C. .............................. 30, Gedigian, B. .....................,.....,,....... . 82, 83, 84, 86, 87, 88, I0l, II6, Gegounes, A. ...........................,..,. . Gegounes, J. .................................. . Geiger, M ......... . ........ 22, 60, Gekas, J ............. ......... I 9, 60, Geltis, H. ............ ................. . Gernskie, Lois ....... ...........,,. Gemskie, Lucille .........,. ......., 8 3, Genin, M. ...................................... . Geocaris, A. ................... ,, ....,...., .. Geoffray, C ............... I9, 37, 59, 78 Gerber, P. ..... .................. .......... . . Germain, P. ...... .....,...,..,. ....,, 6 3 , Gerwin , R. ..... .......... 4 7 Gestricg, A. ..... ,..,.. ..,. . Gestrich, J. .... ...... . Gestrich, S. ...... ......... . Gevert, V. ...... ............. . Geweke, A. ........ ......... 2 6, Geweke, M. ......... ............. . Giarnbrone, J. .....,. ............. 4 8, Giannaris, B. ...... ................. 2 3, Giannaris, E .......... .......... I 9, S5, Giannini, V ................ ............. 2 0 Gianopulos, B. Gibson, R. ........... ..................... . Gibson, J ........... ........., 5 7, 8I Gielow, H. ....... .......... 2 3, 48 Giese, B. ....... ............. 2 7 Giese, V. f ...... Gilbert, G. .... . Gilbert, W. ......... .. ....... 24, 60, Gilbertson, D. . ..... ............ 6 3, Gilbertson, T. ..... ........ 4 7, Gillespie, R. ...... .............. Gillier, J. ........ ......... 4 8, Gillis, R. ........ .........,... . Gilmore, J ......... ......... 2 8, Gilmour, L. ..... . Gilmour, M. 111123. Glnley, R. ........................................ . Gitsinger, L. ..................,............,.... . Glassgen, Al ..................................... 90, 104, 105, 107, Glavas, D. ...................................... . Glees, B. .................... 23, 57, 69, Glees, J. .... ............................ . Glenn, R. ...... ......................... . Glenn, T. ........... ............. 5 9, 77 Glesener, A ................... 26, 6I, 72, Glowen, D ............................... l8, 48 Glowen, G ....... 28, 47, 83, 86, Glowen, M. ..................................... , 60, 64, 69, 70, I00, IOI, l2I, Godenrath, J ................... 42, I I7, Golbach, A. .................................. . Goldfein, R ............... ..... ...... 2 6 , 50, Goldman, C ........................... 30, 56, Golenko, L...43, 53, 53, 05, 117, Golk, M. .......................................... . Goller, E ............................... 26, 62, Goodman, A. .................................. . Gorr, G ......................... 66, 70, 78, Gorrell, J. E ............................... I9, Goss, H. ...................................... I8, Gott, J ......,...................,.,., 41, II7, Gottschlich, L. B ............................ Gottschlich, L. J .............. .......... Govis, J. .... ,..... ............. ......... 2 0 , Govis, M. ................. ................ 2 7, Graf, W ........ . .... ......... 2 0, 80, Graff, A. .............. ................. . Gramlich, C. .............................. 27, Granahan, J ...........,....................... 92 Granberg, E ........................... 90, 9l 94, 95, IIS, 124, 125, 133, 140, Graves, H. .................................. 40, Graves, W ............................... l8, 63, Gray, A. ....... ................... ...... I I 7, e-ray, J ......,..,..........., ....... 2 0, 37, 50, Gray, M ................... 26, 56, 7l, 86, Gray, N. ........................................ . Greene, M ..................... 42, 83, 86, Greenhouse, H. .......................... 26, Greenwald, M .......... .......... 2 0, 53, Gregory, M. ....... . .......... 37, Gregory, M. C ........ .......... 3 7, 55, Gregory, P. . ........ ............. 3 0, Greiser, L. ...... .............. . ..53, Grenon, G ......... ........ 4 I, 68, Grey, J. .......... ........................ . Griffith, 6. .....,.............................. . Griffith, P .,..,.......,.......... 37, 41, 70, Griffith, W .............. ....... 3 6, 66, 67, 70, 78, 95, 99, 101, 115, 110 ......,.,20: 87, 18 125 Grimes, J. ....,,..,.. . Grimshaw, D. ..,.... . Grimshaw, E. ..... . Grande, J .....,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 5 8, 7l Gross, C. ...,.,,, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 0 Groth, R, .... ,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,A,,A.,A,,,,,, 9 4, Gruber, H ....................... 19, 78, 86, Gruff, E .............., 92, 94, 125, 136, STUDENTS . . . INDEX Hendriks, A. ...,..............,.......,....... . Hendry, J. ...... .......,. 9 6, Hendry, R. .... . Henwood, D. .... .............. . Herbster, H. ..........................,.....,... . Herdegen, D ..........,,,,......... 41, 70, Herdman, J ........... 37, 41, 65, 67, 83, 86, 87, 88, 99, IIS, 117, Grunschel, A ........,......,,...,,,,. 30, 45 Grutzmacher, K. ...............,.....,..... . Grzelak, D. ,..,,,,, ., ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gudeman, J. ....,,.. ,..,,.,,,,,,,,,..., , Gummerman, J ..................... 26, 47 Gummerman, W. ..,,...,.,,.,,,,,,, ,,,30, Gundberg, E, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 9 Gunderson, D, ,.,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Gunderson, R ....,...,.,.,,...,., .96, 106, Gunther, M ....,,...,.,,,,,.,,.,,.,, 70, 106, Gustafson, A .,,,.,,,....,.,,,,,,,,,,, 19, 60 Gustafson, E ..,........,.,,.,.. 23, 47, 48 Gustayson, 1 ......,, ,,,,,,,,,..,,,, 6 0, 76 Herold, H. ...... . Herter, A. ,...,. . Hess, A ......... Hester, M. .... . 'A"'fff.'fffffa'0f''65Q"'76. Kaub, D. ............................................ . Gustke, E. Gutsch, J. ....... . Gutte ry, W. ,...,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 5 Guy, A. ........., . ......... 27, 66, Haag, W .,.....,. ......... 2 6, 53, Haake r, E. .................................. 63, Haarmeyer, E. ..,.........,,....,, , Hachmeister, J .,,,..,,,,, 41, 50 78, Hagberg, E. Hagberg, Y. Hagemeyer, G. .. Hagen, J. H ,,.,,.,,, 17, ' 125, Hagen. J. w ....... 27, 57, 74, 78, Hagstrom, V ..... 43, 86, 88, I25, Halo. L ..................,...... 53, 82, 86, Haig. R ....................... 47, 74, lI7, Hale, R. .,,,..,,,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 13, Halstead, P ......,,.,,..,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, I 8, Halverson, L. ..............,.....,.,,, ..,,,,,,,, , 71, ea, 84, 56, aa, HamI1ng, M .,.,....... Hammer, R. Hampel, B. ........., . 37, 41, 71, 76, 52, 68, 78, 83, 84 Hangel, R...27, 67, 69, 72, 74, 75 Hansen, B .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, 1 8, 24, Hansen, J, K .,.,,,.,................... 50, 67, 73, 77, s1, 1oo, 101, 125, 133, J.R Hansen, Hansen, K. Hansen, Hansen, Hansen, Hansen, Hanson, M. Hanson, Hanson, Hardies , M. , ....... .. Harding, J. ......... . Hard1ng, M .........,...,,.,, R. ..... . w ...........,... 76, 11. w ..,,.,. E. ........... . 47, T. ...... ...............,,.,,,,., 7 4, v. .,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , 116, II7, R.O ............ ,,,. 'i'i'fff25Q"57,"'64f Harrast, 129 Kiesgen, Harris, D ........... 39, 70, 104, 106, I'larr1son,. L. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 44, 63, Harto1ro11s, A. ,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ......55 ,70, 83, 86, 87, 88, 100, Hartokolis, 1 .......,,,, 26, 54, 71, 79 Hartokohs, Z. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 70, 83, 06, aa, Hartung, E, ...,...,.,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 1 9, Hartwick, B ..,..,,.,.......... ao, 77, 78, Harvey, J. ...... .,.................,,, I 9, Herz, D ...............,. .......... 2 6, 58, Hathaway, A. ..................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Hatting, J. .,........... ..,... 2 6, 82, 86, Hauptmann, D. .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Hauser, M. ..,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I 8, Hawlunson, N. ............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , I-lawkinson, R ....,.,,,,,,, 90, 91, 107, Hayes, J. A .............,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,, 24, Hayes, J. P ......... ..,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Hecmhann, D. ,,,.,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0, Heckl, A, ,,,,,,.,,,,,,. ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 8, Hed. E ....s................. ......... 2 8, 45, 54 Hedges, A. ...,,,,.,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 2 5, Hedstrom, C. ...........,,.,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, , 78, 94, 117, 124, Heer, G. ..............,..,.,,,,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,.,,,,, , Heidenbluth, L ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30, 56, Heil, E. ..................... ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, , Hein, A .....................,... .2e, 60, aa, Hein. W. ........ . .,....................., .. Helnkel, D. .....,.. ,,.,,,,,,..,,..,,,,,,, 2 B, Heinrich, S. .................,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23 20 125 71 18 70, 125 45 77 80 56 Hetke, R ................ .............. a 9, 96, 126 Hetland, v ...........,..,...... 36, 35, 41, 64, 70, 76, ea, 86, 115, 117 121, 126 Heydenburg, L ........... 43, 86, 88, 126 Hick, B. J ......,....., . ..,...,........,.,,.,,,,,,,, 18 Hicks, B. L .......... ............... 1 17, 126 Hill, E. ................,,..,.. ...,.......... I 17, 126 Hinds, T ........,.....,..,................. 26, 67, 75 Hirsch, W .............................,......... 28, 90 Hiertstedt, V. L...4l, 47, 83, 86, 126 Hobler, 1 ......................................... 30, 47 Hochriem, H ...........,.. .. ....,..,, 19, 59, 79 Hodgkinson, L. ............................... 2? Hodfgflcinson, W ..................... 24, 37, 63 Hoe er, E ...............,....... 24, 37, 48, 74 Hoelter, L .... ...24, 62, 65, 69, 71, 78 Hoff, C ...................................,......... 27 68 Hoff, M. ................................ 47, ss, 68 Hoffman, H. .,...,.,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 24 Hoffman, M ..............,.... 30, 37, 76, 101 Hoffmann,,J ........ ,..,,,,,.,,,,,, 2 0, 61, 85 Hoffmann, L .,..,... ....,..,.., 2 7, 47, 85 Hofinger, T. .,.,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0 Hollander, G. ....... .........., 2 7, 96 Holm, J. .....,..,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,,, 2 3, 74 Holm, K. ..........., .,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,, , ,,l26 Holm V, ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7 Holmbeck, W ......... ....,... 5 6, 107, 114 Holsinaer, K. ........ ............,..... 2 2, 61 Holst, D. ........................,.........,.,. 75, 126 Holzmann, M ..................... 39, 62, 107 Honan, .J, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 50, 67, 73, 74, 75, 100, 115, 126, 133 Honan, M ........................,...,.... 24, 60, 78 Hopkms, J ............,..,..,.. 44, 36, ss, 126 Hoppe, C. .... ......................,.,,.. 4 B Horst, S. ..... ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, 83 Hotes, B. ........ ,,,,,,.,,. , Hotes, G. .......... ...... . Howard, B. ...... ,,,,,. , l-lowes, A. ,,.,,, ,,,,,, , Huber, A. ....,. ,,,,,,,,,, , Huber. G. .......... ,............. . Hudspeth, J. ...... ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,. 2 2, Huebner, B. ,..,.., .,,,,,,,.,,,,,, 1 17, Huendorf, R .,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 1 9, 61, Hugel, H. ....... ....,.,,,..,,.,,,,,,,., 1 17, Hughes, 8. .............,..,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, , Hughes, R. ..................,.....,,,,,,,,,,,, 58 Hultman, G ........... 42, 50, 58, 67, Hultman, P ......,....,,..,,,,,,,,.,,.,, 60, 77, Hunter, R. .....,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, I9 Huntington, B .....,,.. ,.,,,,,,, 5 4, 66, Huntrngton, D. .,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , HUTWILZ, H. ....,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 67, 70, 73, 74, 78, 126, 128, 133, Huster, M. .....,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,.,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Hutmacher, 5-43, 45, aa, 86, as, Hyler, L. ..............,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 30, Hynes, E. ....,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27, 'lin, S. ....... . Ingram, R. Irmo, C. ........... . Iverson, A. ....,,.,,,, . Iverson, G. Ida ........,. .......,,. I 9, 24, Jackson, A. .,............. Jacobs, J. F ........... .......... 2 7, 50, Jacobs, J. W ......... ........,.......... acobs L J , . .......... ................,..... . Jacobs, M ........ ....,.,..,. 4 1, 107, Jaeschke, F. ...... .......................... . Janakos, B. ....... . Jeanmdes, T. .... ...,.... ....,......... . Jensen, B .,........ Jensen, J. ..... . sa, Hemz, S. ............ . Hellberg, A ............ Helmer, R. ............, . Hembd, A. ........... . .. ...,, ,................. 2 4 .22, 37, 60, 61 Hembd, B. ................ ..,........ . Hendrickson, Jensen, M. ...... ............... 3 0, Jepson, E. ...... .....,................. . Jerger, R .........,, .,...,,,,,.,,,,, 3 0, 56 Jerger, S .......... ........, 1 15, 117, Jersey, J. ............. .... ,.,.. .............. 2 6 Joanowits, 8 ........ ........... 4 1, 117, Joanowits, 1. ,.................,.. ...... ,.,.. 2 6 , Johnson, A. K ............. 44, 70, 100, Johnson, A. M ..............,................,... 41, 70, 99, 101, 117, Johnson, Baebro ........................ 43, 27 67 83 I8 28 79 58 126 85 126 19 78 126 79 60 126 74 140 27 126 70 56 60 126 126 58 60 127 85 28 27 124 28 52 50 68 63 52 27 67 127 , 52 127 62 127 127 127 Johnson Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson, Johnson Johnson Johnson Bernard1ne E .......,........... Bernice ........ 40, 76, 107, Betty .........................,.,.. 61, Catherine ...... 30, 37, 65, Charles .............,.....,,....... COFIHDS ........................ 23, D E. ............ ....... . E. J ........................,.....,,... F. ,..,.....,, ..,.......,.,........,..,,., . H 76, 107, I ....................... 26, 61, 84, L. A ..........,........................,. L. E ...........,,...........,........,... Margaret A ................... Margaret J ......... 69, 83, Margaret J ......... 23, 69, Mar it 1 ........................... .. 9 .40 76 Mar1lyn G .......... , , Marvin R ........................... May. .........................,..... 27, Mildred A ......,............ 27, P. .6 ..,.......................,.,. 42, Robert Robert L ................... 18, S ........................... s ......,................,............. za, Thelma ..............,... 24, 45, Johnson: Thomas R ..................... 18, Johnson, W .,....... 66, 90, 115, II7, Jones, D ...... ,...... ..........,... 2 6 , 58, 69 Jones, Jones, L.. Janet ................................,. 37, Jones, S ............ Jones, T. Jonsson, Joos, C. Josefson, Lffffff 'Efffff Joseph, D. Joseph, L. ..,.. . Joseph, W. .... . sa, .........39, 50, 17, Jumes, L ........... .......... 2 6, 90, Kabitzki, R. ................................ 94 Kachantones, D ........... 19, 26, 54, Kahn, c ................................... 19, 53, Kahn, G ..........,.... ..........,.....,. 2 7, Kahn, T ........................................... 27, Kalodimos, M ................. 19, 53, 69 Kaltenborn, S .......,......,.................. 23 Kane, M ...............................,........ 23, Kane, P ......................... 41, 50, 100, Kapsalis, T. .........,.........,.,............ 24, Karcher, R. .... ........ ........ .......... . Karge, E. ........ .................. . Karoff, A .,..,.... ..........,..,..,. 2 8, Karras, B ............................... 24, 53, Karras, E ....................................... 28, Karras, G. ........................................ . 37, 44, 86, 87, 88, 100, 101, 117, Kastens, V ................. 24, 62, 83, 84 Katris, ................,...........,..........., . Katsahmas, I ................................. 22, Kaufman, Kaufmann, Kaufmann, Kaulentes Kaune, 8 Kautz, V.. Kazlo, F. V ..............,...,.....,........ 40, Laverne M .................... 41, 62, Lotte .....................,..... , T. .................................. . Keller, A. ,....... .......... 2 4, 81, 96, Keller, J ........ ........... 2 7, 45, 46, Keller, V .... ....... ...................... 3 0 , Kelley, E ........... .......... 8 9, 117, Kelley, H. ...,.. ...,....,.......,,,.... . Kelliher, M ........................... 83, 88, Kelly, A ................................. 19, 61, Kelly, G ....... 90, 94, 107, 115, 127, Kelly, Rita ...................................... 28 Kemper, E .,..,.......,........................ 39, Kendall, T ........ ................... 2 4 Keppleg, E ........... .............. 2 3, 83, Keppler, R ..................... 38, 40, 62, Kern, L. Kersting, v ..............,.,..,, , Kerwer, N ........ ...................,... 4 5 Kerwm, R. ...,...... .........,............ , Kesselr,1nq, C, ...,..,..,.., , Kesses, T ......................... , 4 1 Kessler, L. ..............................,.....,,.. , Keylll, L ,.,...,..... ...20, 69, 78, 100, Khein, D. Klefer, J ..............,.,,...,..,,..,.,,., Kiiskinen, D ................................,, .20, 26'4"67"4'69" D .............. 37, Kilfoy, Madeline ................ 19, 80, Kilfoy, Mertina ......... ,...............,.. 2 7 Kilgore. B. ...................................... . King, B ......................................... 127, King, I .........., .......... 4 1, 60, 128, 57 I 16 78 78 I 07 60 I 8 71 75 60 1 16 88 53 18 61 86 83 20 107 I8 56 71 127 63 63 52 53 63 127 71 50 71 107 23 127 18 74 63 20 67 96 96 67 78 71 96 81 60 53 127 74 20 107 62 90 52 127 86 23 53 27 107 127 19 76 19 127 96 101 47 65 127 27 127 78 1 36 77 107 60 88 107 23 88 47 22 89 79 19 101 83 74 59 61 86 86 75 140 140 King, J ........,........ 66, 94, 115, 128, Kinkle, M ..,.. 27, 65, 67, 71, 82,83 K1nnas, C. .....................,.........,,.,..,,., , ,. ,... , .................,..... 69, 94, 1oo, 1o1, K1nnas, V. .............................,........... . , ....... 520, 37, 53, 68, 79, as, 06, K1ous1s, G .....,..,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,, 28, 50, Kirchwehm, H ..... 90, 91, 107, 133, 141114, D ......... 42, aa, 86, Klrk, J., ...,.....,..........,.,,,,,,,,, 117, 128, 37, 42, K1rkpatr1ck, B .,... . .,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 28, K1rnbauer, A. ..,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , K1rsch, K. ...,.,.,,,, . ,,,,,,, ,, Kirspin D. ..... . Klages, A ........ Klarquist, E ........ Kle1n, D .... ....... ....fffIff126.' 63, 1 Kleln, E .,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 29, Kller, R ...........,,,,..,, Klock, L...22, 53, , Klopfer, J. .... ...... . 71 78, 56, 100, Knapp, L ......................... 19, 59, 67, Kn1cl, L, ..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Knieling, T ..,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 4, Koch, A .....,..,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 22, 53, Koch, M ,.......,.,, ,,,,,,, 1 9, 53, Koch, T ......,,, ,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20, Kocian, R. ,,.,,,,,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,, Koclanis, L ....,,.,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,, 2 0, 59, Koehler, Donna ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 23, Koehler, I .,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,25, Koehler, R. .....,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, 18, 48, Koelsch, R ..,.,,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 22, 75, Koenig, N .,....... 24, 53, 67, 69, 83,' Kohl, V ...........,,,..,,.,,.,, Kohler, R .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kolettes, V ................. Kolle, J .,.,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,, Kollinzas, C ...,.. 89 96, 117, 74, 117, Kollmzas, E ................... 27, 37, 54, Kommer, J ......,..,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kontur, C. ...,..... . Konlrclc, B. ........... . Koopman, W. ...... . Korkoneas, D. Korkoneas, P. ....., . KOFIICK, W. ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, , Kors, J ..,.............. Kosebas, G ......... Kosebas, J ........., Kosebas, M ...,,... 53 .52, 54 76 100 .26, 53f 54: 100: Kottke, P .................. ...37, 43, 117, Kouletsis, K ....... Koutris, C ........ Kowell, R, ,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kozaida, H ........ 68, .22, 56, 68 23 57 71 79 75 128 79 24 58 60 78 84 128 128 54 73 128 100 68 76 96 18 55 55 90 59 54 128 101 128 55 70 63 61 Kraemer, C. .........,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,, , 60, Kramer, L ........... Krasny, B ...,.,,,,,,, Krauch, L ............ 90, 91, 100, 107, 69, ...40, 70, as, 86, Kre1ssI, L. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 7 Krell, D .........,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1 51, 69, 70, 76, 123, Krell, H ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, , I9 59 Kressner, W ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 23: 57: Kreuger, G ......... Kreuger, L. . ...... . Kreutzger, T. Kriege, R. Krier, TP .......... Kring., P, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kr1sp1n, D ............... Kristensen, E. ....... . Krohn, B. .. ......... Krohn, R, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,, , Kromenaker, M .......... Kropke, Krowka, G .... .....,,,,,,,.,,, . ......,......... 19, 23, 67 71, v ,....,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,, , Krueger, F, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Krueger, Harry .,... .............. 2 0, 53, Krueger, Helen ............., 62, 177, Krueger. J ........,........,,, ,28, 52, 68, Kruse, B. ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kuehnle, C ....,.,..,..,,,,,,,,, 83, 85, 85, Kuhns, D. . ..,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kull. R ............... ,.......... 2 o, 59, 03, Kulyan, M ......, . 45 Kurz, G. ...,......,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Kurz, L. ...,.,,,,,.,,,,,,, , Kurzdorfer, J, .,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Kusse. H.. ............ ........... 1 8, 48 Kyriazes, N ..... ,,,,,,,,,,, ,54, Labahn, C .................,........,.. ,... 4 3, La Cavera, M .............,...............,..... 60, 86, sa, 121, 129, Legg, F. ...................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Laq1os, P. . .,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Lalca, M ........... Laine, I .......... , ..........83, H140 .. 18 140 86 128 100 55 140 136 128 52 74 81 74 60 75 78 131 , 74 I01 I8 128 107 80 107 57 128 80 69 84 128 24 27 67 81 74 128 63 63 59 48 101 19 78 128 71 18 100 61 86 96 1 14 62 30 75 128 30 129 129 Nelson Lalrd, V ............... ......... 2 3. Lamack, C. ..... . Lambos, C. ....,,,................................ . Lambos, H. ........V,..,...VY..................... . Lambros, P. ,..,....................-.,..ww.....--- - 37, 56, 69, 73, 74, 75, Lamloros, S ........,......................,,..., 22 Lamm, D .................,..................... 84, Landstrom, C .... , ...... ..,.......... 7 5, Lang, V. ................ ........v......V.VA,-, . Lange, J .AA,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,. ,,.,,.,. l 8, 48, Langenegger, L .,.............,... 43, 44, Lanneleld, J ................,.. 43, 44, 82. Lans, B .............,,,. ........w..v 4 4. 52. La Pado, B ..Y...... ..............-.. 4 5, Laris, A. ......., .......--.-,,. . Larsen, L. .... ........,,,........ . Larson, D ..,,..... ..,.,.,.. 2 7, 7I. Larson, J ....A.... ....,-.---------- 2 7. Larson, M ........... .......-. 2 6. 6I. Larson, R ..,............ ......---.------- . 224. Larson, Victor ,,..,.........,..,.....,........... . Larson, Vivlan ......,.,,.,.,.. 20, 67, 78, Larson, W. .......... ,... ...,,-- --,-.,.---.--- - La Rue, J .............,,. .,..,--,., 2 6. 60. Laschewslci, H .......................,.-.-..- 79. Lass, E ........................,...-,.-.---------.-- 24. Lashmet, H. ..............,,,--.--.----------,-' .- Lass, L ..,,............... 26, 28, 62. 65. Laughlin, E. ,.,,............,....,......-,,,.. 40. Lauletta, E ...,.,. .,A.,,-.-- 2 3. 33. 34, 36. Lauricella, S ....................,,--.,-A--.-- 58. Lauten, S ....,..........,........... 33, 36, 38 42, 56, 65, 67, 83, 86, 88, II6, Laux, M ...............,......--.----,- 4.---------. 2 3. Lavelle, D ....,.........,......,......,...,.,,. 59. Lavelle, J .....,,,,..........,.,,,,,,..-.-- 20. 37 Lavelle, Laven, P ..... 30, 37, 52, 64, 67, Lavery, E ,..,,. ..V...........,-...-.------. Y -,,- 2 0. Laverty, M ,,,,,,,..,.,........... 30, 37, 64 Lavine, M. .... ..,.,.,.,.-.------------. - Lavis, A. .......... .......,.,.,......----,-- . Lawrence, P ....... ..,.,......------. 2 0. 63 Lawson, Lila ..,.,,. ....... 2 4, 67, 33. Layton, J. .......... .......,,...A--.--------. - Learneo, C. ....,. .-.-----,..-.--.------ - Leber, M. ..,... ..,-......---- - Lecture, R ........... .-...---- 9 0 Lee, J. ,........... -.-------. . Lees, D ............ ..,..,-. . 30. Leltherls, M. .... .-----...- - Lehrmall, J .,......................-...--.------ 26 Leibinger, V. ........................------,..,- . ., .........,.,,, 44, 47, 66, sa. 86, 117. Leiter, C .,,..,...,, 28, 52, 83, 86, 87 Lellman, R ............................. 38, 40. Lenberg, J ............................. 26. 33. Leonard, E ......... ......------- 33. 40. Leprich, M ..................,................., 20. Lessner, R. .,...,................................... . Letang, J .......,......,.,.. 24, 62, 83, 84 Levine, L ......... . ........ ................... 2 0. Levy, J ...... . .......... ...,,,..-.....--. 2 3. 76. Lewand, A. .,,..,.. . ............ 28. Lewis, E. ....... , LEWIS, F ........... ..................... 2 7 Lewis, M. ..,... .............................,... . Lewis, T ..,..... ,............. 6 0, 6I, II7, Liakos, M ......,....,.., 44, 54, 99, IDI, Lianos, N .,.,................................... 22, Libbey, F. ...........................-----.------,. . Liebmann, P ...,,.............. 28 73 74 Liedstrand, D .... .... ......... . ..I9I, 60l LIGROW, L. ....,.... . Lietzow, L. ....,.. . Lilly, A ................ ................, 2 6 Limbert, G ......... ........ I 8, 4l, Lind, M. ....,....... H6 Ll..Cl...1.l, w ..,...,,. Lindberg, S. ..................................... . Lindbloom, B. ................................. . Lindenmeyer, C ..................... 20, 65, Lindgren, G...30, 56, 83, 86, I00, Lindortf, R. ....................................... . Lindskog, R. .,................................... . Lindstrom, E. ..... . Lipp, D. ........... . Lipp, E. ...,...,. . Lippert, R. ......, . Livas, G. ....... . Llvas, P. ............................................. . Ljunggren, I .,.,,..,..,.........,............ 44, Lockerbie, P. ................................... . Loecling, A ..... ........ 3 8, 40, 64, 76, Loeschen, R. .......,.........,................... . Logiudice, L ........................... 24, 52 Lomax, J ............................,............ 27, Long, 8 .......,.,..,......,....,.........,.. 23, 57, Long, W...36, 52, 66, 69, 70, II7, Loosevelt, J. ..................................... . Lopez, V .....,,...,.,...................... 20, 75, K. .....,....................-..--------,- 78 52 52 77 68 96 52 I 07 78 30 I 0 I I 29 I 29 I29 47 24 I29 77 58 8 I 8 I 30 85 I 08 74 I 29 62 27 76 I29 88 77 I 29 79 80 59 I29 86 96 69 30 90 75 I08 53 20 I8 96 96 60 55 52 I 29 88 I 08 86 70 60 78 86 79 8 I 96 I 08 85 6 I I 29 I 29 54 52 75 79 78 6 I 75 I 08 27 I29 22 59 75 I 0 I I 0 I 30 96 I29 26 79 55 77 I 29 60 I 08 63 84 60 84 I 30 27 78 STUDENTS Lopotko, Alex .................................... Lopotlco, Anna ...,...,....,. 27, 7I, 86, Lopotko, W ............ ........,.. 6 0, 77, Lorang, D ..........,.......................... 43, Lorch, D. ............................................. . Lorincz, Allan ,.......................... ....... 36, 69, 70, 73, 77, lla, I30, 133, Lorincz, Andrew ..,. I9, 37, 60, 75, Louis, J. ............................................. . Lubliner, P. ..,.,,................................. . Lucas, M. .......... ........,........,....... . Ludwig, H .......... ........,,, I 08, II4, Ludwig, J ....... .,.,.... 2 3, 60, 67, Luks, R ..,.,............. .,..,..,.. 4 I, II7, Lundberg, V. ........ ..................... . Lundell, A ........... ................. 2 0 Lundell, V. ....... ........................ . Lundmaclc, G ................. I9, 60, 69, Lundquist, P ....... ..... ......... 2 6 . 53 Luscher, H. ....,.... ................ 7 4, Luschar, M. ....... ..........-.. . Lutsch, J ............. ............ 2 0. Luttrell, D. ,..,... . ................. Lyman. P .......... -.--..-.-- I 9. 53 Lynn, E. ,...... ................ . Lyons, T ........ ......., .......- . 7 3. MacArthur, A. ,..... ............ 5 2. MacDougall, M ........ ................. 2 4 MacLeod, A .......................,... 52.63. Msadln, E ................................... I30. Maclen, A .,,............ 40, 83, 87, I08, Mager, J ...,.,..,................................ 23, Magnuson, D ..,,........ ............ 2 6, 6I. Magnuson, E ........,. .......... 2 6, 47, Magnuson, 6. ....... . Magnuson, H ...,............ ........... 9 6, Magnuson, I .......,........ Magnuson, Magnuson, Magnuson, W. ........85, Robert .....,., ,......,,,..... Roy ....,......, ......,,,,,. 2 7, 85 52 I 30 I 40 I I4 58 96 56 Maier, F .............. ....,..,, 2 2, 48, Maier, R. .......... ............................. . Mainero, T ....,................................ 26, Mair, V. ..,....,,,,.,.,..,.....,...................,. . Makinson, D ............. 26, 37, 52, 83, Makinson, R. ..................................... . Malcris, G. ..,., ............................. . Makris, H. ..... .............. . Malleris, I. ...... ,............ .... . 28 52 Malmquist, L ......... ......... , Maloney, A.. .,,..,, 59 Mandel, B. ..........,.,...... ................. . Mandelbaum, E. .... .. ..,.......,.... Mangon, F ............,.... Maniates, G .....,.... Maniero, A. .... . Mann, A ......,... Manos, G. ..., . Manos, M .............,,,...,. Manos, S ....................... I9 54 QQQ.QQ.f27i."iii6 I9, 26, Mansnerus, H. ................ . ........,..... Markey, G ,.... ....,,,. 4 I, 6Q Marlcey, M ....... 22, 37, 86, l2l, 8, 6I, 69 4 Markos, S .........................,,.... I8, 48, Marks, B ....,.................... 24, 58, 7l, Maropoulos, J. .,,.,,........................... . Marshall, Joe .................. 27, 47, 56 Marshall, John ,...,, 30, 37, 60, 89, Martens, M ..,..,.,..,........................ I9, Martens, S ...........,,...,..,.,............... 26, Marth, L .......................................,, 20, Martin, Jeannette ............................ 53, 59, 70, 88, Martin, John ,........................ ........... Martin, L. ....,........,............................. . Martin, M. . .... . Martin, N ........ ....,.....27, 83 Mdftlh, P. ,... ............................. . Martin, T. ......................................... . MGYLIHS, S. .............,..,,.. , .....,............ . ' 27 52 68, 7I Martlnson, A ............. M6566 e ..,............,,.,...,. 1 .,..,. 1.19, 53 Massa, W, ..,...,. . .,.,.,.,..,.,......,....... .. Massett, W ......... Masten, L. Mattes, M ....... Matthies, I ,....... Matthies, O .....,..... Mattick, F ........... Maturi, A. ........56, I 30, ...........40, Maurer, H. ........ ,.....,,..................... . Maul, J ......,............................ 74, 78, Maurides, D ........................... 30, 74 M6....d6s, J ...... ..,...... 2 6, 52, aa, 86, Mavros, B. ......................,..,..,..,.,....... . May, R ....... 90, II5, II7, I30, I36, Mayer, B ..............................,.......,.. Mayer, S. ............. . McArthur, K .....,... . 74, 20 88 I30 I30 22 l40 77 I 8 40 I8 I I6 89 I 30 28 79 20 78 7l 77 I8 63 23 78 56 74 30 I30 88 I8 74 I8 78 l08 96 69 86 53 I30 I30 53 86 79 75 27 58 80 96 96 74 54 55 74 I 30 78 69 84 30 89 96 6 I 74 79 I 30 I B 79 82 88 68 I 30 90 88 80 I 08 I 30 59 58 76 I40 I 08 I 30 50 I30 75 88 30 l40 77 I 8 75 . . INDEX McBride, J .......,..,.,......., 24, 57, 68, McCambridge, D ................. 68, 86 McCann, B ...........,...... ............. I I7, McCarthy, B ........,.........,,.,.,,..,..... 27, McCarthy, W. ................................... . McCauley, B. .......................,........... . McCauley, J ............. 78, l08, II6, McCormick, F. .......,...,................,.... . McConnel, W. .............,..,..,,....,,...... . McGregor, E ........,.................. 74, 75 McGuire, J ......... . ......,,. 20, 59, 69, McHugh, T ............. .................... 2 0, Mclnerney, R .................,,,............. 60 Mclntyre, B ............................. 22, 58 McKee, M ....... 4l, 70, 83, 87, 88, McKeever, A .......................,..,...,.. 59, McLeod, D ,......,,............................ I9, McMillen, J ........ ..,...,. 2 3, 56, 75, McNamara, E ...........................,,., 23, McNamara, M .......... ......... 3 0, 52 McNelly, P .,......,.,,.. ,,...,.... 3 0,60 McNevin, P ,............... ...........,,.,. 5 9, McPhail, B ............................... 30, 90 Meehleis, Dorothy .,,.,. .........,........ Meehleis, Don ........ ,,......,,,....,..,... Meharg, R .....,,....... ................... 2 7, Mehan, Joan .,.................................. Mehan, Joseph .............. 28, 52, 69, Meier, M. ,..,......... ..................,,,.,., . Meinert, S ........... ......,......... 2 6 Melln, B. ........... .,................,,.,... . Mellema, M. ..... .......,,..,...,..........,, . Mellln, C .,,...,., ........,. 9 0, 9I, 94, Melville, E ........... . ....,,,,.,....,. 38, 4I Melville, G. ..... ..........,..,........... . Menas, M ......... ......... 2 6, Menick, R. ..........,,..,.......................... . Mennecke, H .......,....,....,,..,.,.,...,. 4l, Mermlgas, Chrysanthy .............,,,,,,. Merrrligas, Constance ................ 2 54, 55, 70, 76, 78, 98, IOI, l3l, Mermigas, G, ...........,,.,.,...,,..,,....,.. , " 52 Merrlfleld, C ................. ............ Mersch, J. ..,,,.., . Metz, J .,,.......... .,.....,..... 2 6 Metzil, F. ...... . Meyer, B .......... ......... 2 6, Meyer, J .,,,,..... ....,........... 2 8, Meyer, L .....,.,,.. .......,, I 9, 37 Meyer, W. ..............,.,... .,,.,,.,..,...,.. , Meynen, G ............................. I9, 78, Meynen, R .,......,.. 70, 74, IOI, II7, Mlchelsen, W ......,.,...,....,,...,.....,.,,. 30 MlkTUt, S. ..... ..,.,........,, ..,.,,.,,.,.,..,..... . 37, 99, IOI, I30, I3I, 133, 139, Milford, J .....,......... 27, 37, 58, 7I, Millard, 62.26, 37, 45, 47, 59, 7I Mlller, A. .........................,,.............,,. . Miller, Miller, Miller, G ............. 40, 85, IOO, IOI, Miller, ' Miller, June ,.,..,..., 40, 70, 76, l08, Miller, Miller, Mille., P ..... 32, 36, 42, 56, 64, 76 83, 86, II5, II7, l26, I30, I3I, Marvin ..,.........,...,.........,... 26, Mille'r, Ralph ...............,.................... Miller, Ruth ................,.......,.,...,........, Miller, T, ............................,,,....,....,,. . Miller, w. L ..,.. 43, 65, 116, 117, Mllllman, W. .,.....,.......,................... . Mllllng, M. ........... ,..,. .,.,.... . Milling, R. ..... ..............,,. . Mllls, B .,,,,,,..,.. .,..........,.,, 2 0, Mills, G .,.,,.......... .,....,.,......, 4 5, 47, Minasian, R ,.................................. 28, Mirabile, M. ..................................,.. . Miresse, P ......, ,,..,...., 3 0, 45, 47, 73 Mische, D ..............,.,........ l8, 32, 48 Misiak, A .....,..,....., 72, 74, 75, I00, Misiak, s. .....,.....,...,,.,..,,,.........,.,....... . Mitchell, ls .....................,,....,......... zz, Mitchell, F ......,...,.. 27, 47, 74, 75, Mllellell, cs .,.......,..,.,..,...,...,..,.....,,. 24 Mitchell, J. .......,..........,...,..,,...,.,....,. . Mitchell, L .......,. zo, 59, 76, as, 86 Mitchell, N. ..,.................................... . Mitchell, P ...................,,.,......,....... 30, W Mitzner, ......... Mix, J ....,........., 45, 47 Mockler, M. ...... . Moers, J. ............... ..................... . Moll, V. .................... ................. . Moller, W. ......,.........,.,,......,.,.......... . Monahan, James .............,,.......,....... Monahan, John ,............... IO7, l08, Monsen, B ,,...,.,,.......,,.,...............,.,, 20 Moon, M .......... ........ 6 9, 86, 88, Moore, J ......,... ..........., 2 3, 53, 89, Moore, T .,........ .....,... 6 l, 69, l3l, Mooses, B. .... . Moran, Moran, P. ,.,.,., ,,,,,,,,, , T. ....... ..........,.. . Morey, E ,........ ,,,,.,.,,,,, 2 8 Morgan, B ........ .,,.,..,,.,,.,.. 3 0 Morgan. L ....... ........ 2 7, 60 Mori, M ......,. .....,....,. I 9 Morlc, N ........... ........,,. 5 3, Morran, R ......., ...,...,,,,,,,, 2 7 Morris, B .,..,..... .,....,..,. 2 6, 57 Morris, H ......... ........ 9 7, II7, Morris, Morris, S Morrison, D ......,. .,,,,,, 3 O, Morrissey, J. . ..,. ,..,., , ., Morton, D. .... .... . Morton, J. ,..., Mosher, Motta, E. ....,. ,.,. . A. ........ ............... . Mouzak, S. ..,....... ...............,.,. . . MOUZBRIS, A ............ ....... I 9, 54, Mueller, C. ............... ............... . Mueller, Ray .,....,,.....,... ....,.,..,., Mueller, Richard ........... ...,.....,, 6 l, Mueller, W .......................,........,.. 27, Mullaney, F ...........,.,....,,.......,..,., 74, Mundi, Munson, J ..,.... 73, 74, 75, 78, l08, Murachanlan, L ............. ........... 2 3, Murbac Murley, Murray, h, D. .......... ......,......,,..,, . 3 L .....,........ ....,... 2 , 60, 52 B ..,,...,. ........ 3 0, y ..,..,....,..,..,...,...... ..-24, 57, Murray, V ........, .......,,, 3 8, 42, Muster, W ,....... ........ 3 0, 90 Mltter, J .,,,... .....,..... I 8, Myers, R ....... .,......,.. 2 6, Nadolslci, E ........., Nadolski, V. .,,., . Nagle, B. ....,,., ..,.QfQffff Nappe, W ........ ............ I 08, Natzke, S .....,,... ................... I 9, Nelsen, H .,.,..,, ...,........... 3 0, 67, Nelsen, Nelson M ........,,.....,....... I9, 78, 85, , A Nelson, Dolores ...,.. 22, 4l, 45, 58, Nelson Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Donald-.. ..,.., .,,....,,... I 8, 48, G. .,.,,...........,...,.,,.,,....,,........ . J. .....,..........,,...................... . L .,.,. , .,..... 4l,s2, lol, II7, Nelson, Marian, ......,,.,. 43, 86, ll7, Marjorie ..........,.....,.........,... Monlca , ............................. . Dolores .................................. Dorothy ................................ Jacqueline ......................,... Marilyn ......,......,......,............. Nelson, 50, 53, 68, 77, Nelson, R. ......,........... . .,.....,.. . ......,... ,. Neubert, C. ........ .................... . Neubert, P ........ ................. 6 2, Neuert, H ............ ....,.. .... 5 3 , 74, Neuert, M. .,,.......,. ,.......,....,..,,.. . Newlands, G ........... ........... 2 6, Newman, F. ........ .................... . Newman, G ........, ,...... I 9, 63, Newman, H. .,,... ..............,. . Neylon, P .,........... ........... 2 8, Nicholas, C ......... ....... I 9, Nicholas, S. .....,...............,........,........ . Nichols, E .,.,....,,.,.,...,...,............... 22, Nichols, H .,................................... 28, Nicholson, J ........... 60, 73, 74, 75, Nlckles, C. ............................,.......,,.,, . Niedermayer, A. . ,..,........................ . Nielsen, R. ...............................,....,.... , 60, as, 86, IOI, 132, Niemeier, A .,..,...................... 27, 7l, Nikoolos, P. . ......................... - ,....... . Nilsen, C ....,.....,...... 22, 61, 83, 86, Nimtz, M .....................,..,...........,.. 26, Nordensten, D ....................... I8, 48, Nordstedt, R, ........ ................ . Nordstedt, V. ...............,................... . Norehead, P. ..............................,,... . Norgren, R ..................................... 27, Norman, R ......... 90, 9I, I07, I09, Norton, D. ....................................,..,. . Norton, P. ......................................... . .....,.,42, 65, 76, 83, 86, 88, II7, Norton, R ..,,................................... l8, Nosbaurn, D. ................................... . Nosbaum, J ..,.......,.. 24, 63, 74, 76, Novak, J .,,..,..... ....................,,.... 2 7, Nystrom, E ........... ................ 2 7, 6I o'Bannon, E ........... ........... 2 6, O'Brien, E. ....,....... ............ . O'Brien, J. .......... ,,.............. . O'Brien, L. ........ .............,..,... . Oclcerlund, J .,,.... ...,..,, 6 0, 69, Oddy, D .................... ........ I 9, 53, Odegaard, A. ..... . ............... .. Odman, F. ,.,.....,.......... ........... 2 8, Oelschlaeger, L ......... ........... 2 3, . 27 24 8 I 92 7 I 53 74 74 8 I I3 I I9 I8 74 23 47 74 78 6 I 76 78 22 74 94 93 I3 I I I4 68 74 96 78 83 I3 I 9 I 37 74 63 I3I 80 I I4 60 74 86 76 I09 60 63 I32 I32 I32 37 IOI 52 96 I32 77 I8 56 I8 96 62 90 45 75 58 55 I32 I8 I8 I40 83 I09 88 62 63 I9 24 40 76 I 40 I9 I 32 63 20 77 52 74 89 30 75 30 85 8I I32 52 62 Olsen E. Ofenloch, B ........,.,.,...,,, .22, 77, 78 O'Grady, J. ...........,..,........,........,,... . sb, ea, aa, ae, ae, 132, O'Hart, M. ,,,A,,,,,,,,AAA,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Ohlson, H .,.,....................... 90, I09, Ohlson, R. ............,..,,v,...,,.......,....,. Ohnmacht, I ...,....................... I9, 86 Okerberg. L. ...............,.....,,,,,,.,..,,,,,, . 37, se, 67, 71, 03, O'Laughlin, D ....,,....,...,.,.,.,........,, 23, Olivier, J .......,...,,.......,,,....,... 27, 4I, Olsen, A .,,.,..,..,.. 37, 52, as, 84, 07, F. 1111fffIIIIfffflffjfiffijfii Olsen, Olsen, Olsen, Olshan, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olson, Olund, J. ..... . L ..,....,.. ......,. 2 7, 52, B .,..... ,...,,,...,,,,,,, 3 0, is 63, A .....,... .,.....,,,.,..,.,.,, , D E ...............,,.. 30, 52, 65, F ....,.........,..,,,...,. 40, 76, I09, 74,, H M . 7I, arlon ...........,.,..,.,...,....... 30, Nels .......,......,..,,.,..,.......... 30, P .......... ,.............. 4 7, 48, 56, Robert A ..,,,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Robert F ................... 24, 60 Roland ......... V ............,,...,.,. Z. ..,..,.......,,. . E .,....... O'Reilly, J ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, O'Re1lI ,T ..,.,,..,,..,,., 27, 79, 03, as fffI1QQfiffQQf27',' 58 .24, 47 48 Orlock,yG .,........................... ,.,,,, l,.I9 Orr, J .,,,.,,,.,.,.,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 7 4 Orlvp. R. ......... . Ossman, A. ,......... Osterberg, R. ..... . Osterkorn, A ......... Ostling, F. ....... . , Paessler, N ...........................,..,,.., 26 Paganis, D. ...........,..,.. ..,..............,,.. . ..43, 45, 52, 83, 84, 85, 88, IOI, Pagano, P ............................... 26, 48, Palm, L. ............,............,..,................ . Palmer, Panago Panago J. ................... .............. . poulis, G. poulls, J. ....... ....... . Pantazo ulos P. ....... ......,... . D . Pa pacostas, A ............................... I9, Papacostas, H. ,.............,,.... ........... . Papade Papade Papas, Pa pa steta n 44, 52, 83, 86, nis, ms, ea, 101, N. ............,.. . R ....................,............ 28, I9, 54 M ....,.....,......... .......... Pappas, A. ......... . Pappas, G. ..... . Pappas, H. ..... , Pappas, M. ..... . Paras, Parent, Parker, Parker, Parker, Pa rker, Parker, , s ..,.,...... ............, 2 3, 1-1 ................................,,.,.,.,, 30, J ...........,.,,.....,.,,..,,. az., 132, A ......,.......................... 23, so C...38 43 69 70 as 84 6 ............., ........ f ..20l -asf 89 James .................................. Jacqueline .......................... Parker, Ray ...............,,.,...,..,.,,, 53, 75 Parker, Russell .................... 66, II7, Parman, S .............., 42, 69, 70, II7, Patras, C ................. 44, 55, 7I, 84, Paulick, C ...................... ........ 2 0, 83, Paulick, D ........,. ......................... 2 8 Paulsen, Payton, Pearson, J Pearson, Pearson, C. ............, , B. ................,..,,.........., 27, Raymond ........ ............. 2 2, Ruth ,.....,,.,,,,. ,....,,,,,,.,, Peck, B. .....,........,....,.. ,... . Pedersen, H. ....... . Pedersen, M. ....... . Peiffer, G ............ Pe1ser .............. Peisker, Pennino, M ....... QffQfIQ42f 41, M ..,.,,..,,..,..,.,...,,,....,...... ss, Peo, M. ...................................,. . I II7 l30 I Perry, J ....... 4 , 64, . .31 Peterman, A, ....,.............,,....,,, ,,,,,, . Peters, Eleanor ......,.,..... 26, 47, 52, Peters, Evelyn ........ Peters, Peters, Peters, Peters, L. ......... . Ray ........., Ruth ......., W ...,... ,... Petersdorf, P. ..... . Petersen, G ....,.. Petersen, M ....... Peterson, A. Peterson, C. .ff.Qff30. . ..ffff'24i .........2O, 89 I 40 27 I I4 I07 86 86 62 I 09 88 6I 6 I 28 IOI 83 75 20 83 I I8 I32 78 I32 I32 23 7I 63 88 30 53 48 74 59 75 74 30 23 I 32 I8 52 I 32 56 I8 48 I 32 23 23 78 I 32 74 55 8I 77 I8 I32 27 26 7I I36 78 86 90 58 I8 78 I33 I33 I33 86 74 I8 77 78 6I IB 68 I8 58 I33 50 I33 I09 I9 I40 I8 67 I 33 74 22 80 47 23 74 60 I9 6I STUDENTS Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Doris ...........,.................... Dorothy Alice .,.....,.... Dorothy Evelyn .............. George ........................,.,. 114, 117, 130, Gloria ....................,..,..,.. G. LaVerne ...............,.,..,. Peterson, Peterson, Harry ......,......,,............. 30, Peterson, Helyn ..................., 40, 76, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, Peterson, W1ll1am Elof ......,....... .1 ...............,..,..,..,.,,,..,,,,., 26 K ..... .....,,.............. 4 2, se, Lorraine ,...,. 44, 70, II7, M .....,....,........,,..,,.......,., 27, N ..,......................,,......,. 27, P .,,.....,.......,. .....,.,.,, 2 2, 61, Ro Genes... ..,.......... 53, 78, 85, Robert ....,.,,,,,, 23, 74, 76 William Carl .....,....., 30, I8, Petropulos, D. .........,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ....I9, 54, 86, 88, I09, II4, I33, Petropulos, K. ...........,,,.,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Petropulos, L ...........,..... 26, 53, 64, Pfau ...................,,.,.........., 26, 56, 66, Phillips, Jackolyn ,,,.,,,,,, ,. ,,,, 28, 53 Phillips, Jim ..........,,,,,,,,,,,, 28, 66, 67 8I 90 94 96 l00 IOI I07 Piega rl, M. .............,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Pleson, A. ..............,.....,...,.........,...... . Pihl. Robert ........ ...,........... Pilson, E .,....,....... ........ I 9, Pirkola, B ............,........................., 24, Pistorio, M ...,..,,...,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,., ,,,,,,, 2 3 Plaatje, A...39, 70, 83, 85, 86, 88, Pohley, F ..............,...,,,,,,,,,,,,, 47, 48, Polachek, J ...., 2, 69, 90, IOI, 109, Pollack, V. ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Pollarl, V. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Pollock, R... .,,..,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,, , , 27 Polson, L .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Polychrones, J ....,,... 24, 54, 69, 7I Popescul, D .,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 3, Porter, E ...,.,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7, 79, Post, V. .....,..... ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, , Potratz, J... .,,, ,,,,,,,, , 57, Potter, C. ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, , Poulos, G. .,., ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Poutre, F .....,... ...,,..., I 9, Prassas, B. ,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . Prather, J ..,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,,, 3 0, 52, Preuhs, H ..... .. ......... 26, 68 Price, R ,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Propst, A ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Pulford, J ...,..,,, 27, 50, 53, .-.1 17, .24, 52 ea, 83 Pullman, P. ,.,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Puls, I .,...........,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 7 Putkonen, A. ,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, . Puvogel, G ...,.,....,...., ,,,,,,,,,,, 4 I, Ojnn, Jacquelyn .,..,. ...... Radford, M. ..... . Radford, R. ...... .. 1 Rahn, P .................... ......... 2 4, 48, Ramsauer, B. ....,, ....,,................... . Ramsey, P ........... .......... 2 2, 6l, 83 Rapoporte, R. .... ......................... . Rashkow, S ......... ...........,,,.. I I7, Rasmussen, J ...,.............,. 60, BI, 83 Rasmussen, L ,........ .....,..,........... 2 3, Rasmussen, R ......... .,.,.,... 3 0, Rauscher, Rauschert, Ray, N .....,,.....,..........,,.,,,,, B. .,.,,.. . C. ..... . Raymer, M. .................,.,,,...,............ . .....fffffii3,' Ream, D. .... .,..,..,...............,..,....,..... . 26, 52, 65, 69, 7I, 83, 86, I00, Rebenstorf, V ..................,....,. I9, 59, Rebholz, W, ................,,..,.......,,,,,,, . Reding, B. ..,. . Reding, J. .... . Reese, D. ......... . Rehfeldt, D. ..,...., f.'f..'fff.'i'9 Reimer, W. ......... . Reitenbach, A. ......,, . Remmer, R .......,...,.. ...,. ,... 2 7 , Rempas, I ......,..... ,..,.,,,., 2 2, 53 Remus, H. ...,.,..,,,,. . Renchkert, Rensman, Restus, E .........., ...,,.. ..,... Reyner, C ......,..... .,,,,,,,, 2 6, Reynolds, J. ...... mffffiffffifff A. ..... ..,.....,.,.,,, . D. ......................,..,.......... . Rhode, G. ...., .................................. . .............30, 47 ...24, ss, Rhodes, K ...... .............,.....,,......,,.,, 2 6, Rhodes, N .... 23, 57, 69, 80, 83, 86 Rhodes, R ...... ...........,....,.,,..,,.... ,,,, 2 8 , Richardson, H ........,..,.,..,...,...,,.,... 30, Richardson, J ........ ......... 2 6, 47, . . INDEX Rlchle, L. ................,,..,,,,,,, ,,.,,,,..,,,,,, . Rick, R. ...,. . Rickan, L .......... ...,.... I 9, 53, ' 20 Ricker, N ......,.,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, Riddell, W. .. .... .,,.,.. ,.....,....,, . . . Rieck, D. .....,,., ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, . . . Rieger, E ....... ....... 20, 78, 83, Riehm, J. ..... . ..,,,..,..,,,.,,,,,.,,,, ., Rielly, B. ,,,,,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,,, Riemer, B ........ ........,.. .,,.,..,,,, I 8 , 69 Rife, M ......... ,....,,. 2 7, 65, , Rlker, B. .,.,, .....,................. . Ring, L .......... Rltt, E. ..........,,.........,,,,,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,.,,., , Roach, J. ....,............................,,,.,..,,. . 33, 47, 60, 67, 73, 75, I00, IOI, Roberts, E. ....,..,..........................,,,,, . Roberts, J ......................,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. I9, Robinson, E .,....,,.,......... 40, 61, 78, Robinson, T .................., 58, 78, 86, Rodenborn, D. ......,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,..,, , Roelle, C. ,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Rogers, E ............. 26, 37, 65, 69, 7I Rogers, L ...,.............,,.,,,,, 28, 52, 86, Rogowsky, W .,,.,,.......................,. 6I, Rogus, J ...,.,,..,.,,..,,,,,,,...,..,,,,,,,,,,,, ,28, Regus, L .,.,.............., 19, 79, 53, as, Rohrbacher, G, .......,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Rohrhof, R .,,,..,,.,.,,,,,..,,,,.,,,,,, 77, 89, Roombos, C ....... ,,,.,,,,,,,..,., 2 7 Rosauer, P .......... ,,,,. ,,..,, 2 8 , Rosberg, R .......... ,,.,.,, 3 0, Rose, B. ....,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Rosenberg, H .,,.,.,. ,,,,,,,,,, 4 I, Rosene, F. ....,,,,,,,,,,,.,,...,..,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, , Ross, R. .....,.......,.................,........... Rossle, C ........... 42, 7I, 83, 86, 88, Rostal, D. ,,..,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.,.,....,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,, , ,, Roth, G. ................ . Roth, R .,,........,...,..,,,,,, ,,,.,...,,.., 2 3, 60, Roule, W ....,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 48, Roumaine, C .,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 I, Rousek, M ........, 4I, 83, 86, 87, 88, Rubin, L .........,..,.,.,,,.,,,..,,....,,,,,,,,, ,90, Ruboyianes, J .,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, Ruhl, W ....,..,........ ............,........... 6 3, Ruppert. C .... .... ......... 3 0 , 47, 73 Rusk, A .....,,..,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 2, 6I Rusk. M ............ .............,,. 2 B, Russell, M ........ .,....,, 2 3, 47, Russis, J .......... ,,,,,,,,,,,, I 8, Ryan. K .......... .,....... 24, 57, Ryan, M. P .......... ..... . 42, 65, Rycroft, T. ..... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Ryman, W ...,.,, ,,,,,,,,, I B, 63, Ryser, V ......., ....,.,. I 9, 45, Sable, R. ,,,,,.,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Safford. V ................... 26, 56, 67, 76 Sahlberg, D. ..................................,,, . Sahlberg, V. ...,. ,,,.,,..,....,,,..,,,.,,,,,, , Sakas, W .....,,.,. ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 7 7 Salmon, R ............ Salsburg, M, .... , Salter, V ....,,,,,,.,,,. ...,,,,,,, 4 0, 6I, Salzbrunn, B .,,,.,. ,,,,, ,,,,,,, I I 7, Salzburg, M. ........ . Samuelson, D. .... . Sanberg, F .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, I 8, Sanchez, C, ,......,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,, , Sandberg, R ...,. ,,,,,,.,,,....,, , ,,,,,,,,, 7 4, Sanders, F ....... 42, 83, 86, 88, II7, Sanders, J ...........,,,,,.,.,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,26, Sanders, Roger ,,,.,.,,,,.,,. .,,,,,,, 2 7, 47, Sanders, Rosemay ......,,.,,,,.,. 26, 6I, Sanger, J ............... 4l, 52, 70, II7, Sarantakis, D .,.............,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,. 20, Sarlas, G ..................,,,.,,,,,,,,.., 74, 78, Sarros. G .................,....... 44, 55, 84, Sassmannshausen, I. .,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , 42, 60, 70, 76 98, I00, IOI, Il5, I23, I33, I34, Sauser, G .............,....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20, 79, Saussele, F ...,.,,.,..,,,,,,,,..,,,,,, 40, IIO, Scanlon, M .......... ..,,,,,,,, .,,... 2 6 , Scelsa, F. ........... ,,,,,.,.,..,,,,,, , Schaffer, J ...,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,, I 8, Schaller, I.. ....... ......,., . Schaller, W ....,... ..,,.... 6 2, Scheider, E. ......... ,............... . Schertzinqer, W .....,., .,,,,.,, I 8, 63, Scheuring, R. .,..,.. .,,,.,,,,,,,,,., . Schlffer. S ............ ..,,............ 2 4, Schillen, L ........... .,,,,.,, 2 3, 48, Schimmel, E, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Schirmer, S. .... . Schlachter, B ........... . ,,,,,,,,,, 4I, Schlogel, R .,............,..,................. 50, Schlueter, A. ......,..........,.,,,,,..,,,,,,,,.,. . 2, 44, 69, 70, 98, IOI, 133, 134, 47, ........24, 57: Schlueter. W ................. 20, 63, I00, Schlumpf, A .,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 6, Schmid, J. .,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Schmidt. A ................ ....,........... I 8 Schmidt, C .....,,....,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, 83, Schmidt, D. ..,,...,.,............,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . 41, 5 2, 70, 87, 117, 132, Schmidt, E. . ...,...,...............,......,.,..,,. . Schmidt, J. .................,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,, . Schmidt, Schmidt, Lore Schmidt, Lawrence .......................... eta .........,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 24, Robert ...... .,..........,.... ......, 67, 100, 101, 117, 134, Schmidt, Ruth ......,...,,,,,,,..,.,,,..,,.,,,,, Schmidt, W ..... , ,... . ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,. 28, 75, Schmock, R ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, AI, Schnabel, E...66, 89, 96, 97, II7, Schneider, C ................... I9, 59, 78 Schneider, D ..,,,,,,,.,,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20, Schock, T...5I, I00, IOI, II6, II7, Schoenbeck, J .,.............., 60, 64, 86, Schoenwald, C, ,,.,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Scholin, H ...............,..... 73, 74, 78, Sehauek, R ..,,.,, ,,,.,,,,,.,.,,, 24, 43, Schrarnm, R ..,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0, Schreiner, O ........... ,,.,,,., 4 4, II7, Schroeder, A .,........ Schroeder, D. ...... . Schroff, M. ...... . Schubert, D ........ Schueler, D. . ,,..,,, . ,,,,. . Schuler, Schultz, B. ....................,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, . B. .....,.....,...,.,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,., , fffIff26,' 4I, 60, 84, 86, 88, II7, l2I, I35, Schultz, J, ,.,,.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Schultz, S ............. 22, 37, 45, 53, 7I Schulz, Schulze, H. M ......................., .I9, 59, 78 ....40, 64, 70',"7e, 110, 110, 133, Schulze, J. ..... . Schulze, L .,..,.... fifllffffffi2E,"'7'i" Schwab, R..j ...,,,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 4, 62, Schwartz, L. .. Schwartz, W .,,,,...,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 6 3, Schwebke, J. Schweer, G ............. ,.,.,,,, 2 7, Schwegel, G. Schwennesen, Schwertfeger, Schwertfeger, H. ......... ,,....,,,,,., , G. ....... .......,,..,, . W. ....,,. ,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, , Seaberg, J ................. .......... 2 3, Seaberg, R .........,.... Sears, D .........,.. Seeberg, V .,........ ...,.......,30 ........I0, I8 .......22, 48 Seif, E. ..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Seifert, B. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, , ., ,... 43, 62, 79, 04, 86, 88, II7, Seifert, J ...................,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 6 2, l0I I34 8I 96 86 I34 78 76 74 78 I35 24 78 74 I35 80 48 I35 88 30 I I0 74 74 I35 78 I9 I8 6I I8 52 I40 24 86 83 I 40 I9 84 I00 53 75 I9 69 63 I8 94 27 83 89 37 58 27 I 35 74 Seller, W .......... ..,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, 3 7 , 89 Seitz, C. ..... . Seitz, R ............ 8I . .......... 20, 59, 78, Servert, R. ....,.... ,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Selander, H. ..... . Sempf, M ......... Sempf, U ........,, ,,,.,,, Seretis, G, .,...... ...... . . , ......22, ao, .19, 54, 75 SEFOCRI. I .......... ....,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,79, Serotzke, J. ...,,.....,..,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 20, Shabaz, J ...,. . .... .,,,,,,.. ,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 8 , Shackel, J .,,,,,,,.,..,,,.,,, 40, 70, IIO, Shackelton, D. ........ .,,,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, , Shaffer, J. ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Shaffer, R .......... ..... ..... 5 0 , 53, 70, Shea, P .....,,.,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 2 0 , Sherer, F. ,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ..........42, 83, 86, IOO, II7, l2l, Sheridan. M ................. 50, 52, II7, Sherman, E ....... ..............,,,,,,. 2 0, 45, Shevlin, F. ..,,,,,.,,.,..,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Shimitis. A ............... 34, 40, 70, 76, Shlrk. J ................................... 20, 48, Shirk, M .............., 30, 45, 56, 69, 76 Siebert, N. ....,......,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, , Siegl, E ....,......,,,.,,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, 40, Sills, C. ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,..,,,,,,, , Simmons, M ........ Simos, J. ..,..,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Simpkins, J, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , skibush, M ..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 42, 53, Skow. H ..................... 36, 4I, 64, 76 83, 86, 88, IOI, II6, l2I, I35, Slack, B. .,..,,..,.,.,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Slack, H. ........ . . .,,..,.,,,,,.,,,, .,,,,,,, , ., Slack, M ...,...,.,,.,.,,,,,,.,,.,.,,,,,, 6I, 63, Slack, W .................,,., 73, 75, IIO, Sleeth, M ..........,.... 40, 6l, 83, ll0, Slimm, P. .... ,,,,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ...,...22, sa, Sloan, R ............ .............,..,.. 2 2, 60, Smason, M. ,.,, ,,,.,,,,,,.,,,, , Smith, A. ........ ,,.,,. . ,.,,,,,,,,,,..,,.,,,,,, , Sm1th, C. ...,.................,.....,,.....,,,,,,,, . Smith, Earlene .,...... I9, 53, 78, BI, 63 58 I I0 I00 78 85 78 90 I I4 60 58 I 35 78 I35 I35 77 I35 IIO 59 8I 53 IIO I8 79 55 27 I35 I40 . 6I .I35 74 II4 II4 .23 6I .I I0 I9 27 '85 Smith, Esther ..........,..,....,.......,,.....,.. 53 Smith, Evrett .......,.............................. 30 Smith, G .....w................,.... 26, 47, 77, 96 Smith, Margaret J ..,..,..................... IH Smith, Margaret T .......................,... 83, 85, 86, 88, IIL smifh, R, .......,,,..,,,,....,..,,,,,,..,..,.,,,,,,.. 135 Smith, S ........... 40, 83, 84, 86, Il0, II4 Smith, w, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. is Snow, S. ........,.,,,,.,....,............,........... . STUDENTS . . . INDEX Swanson, H Swanson, M ......,,..,.,,A,.... 86 88, I00 78, 83, , Swanson, Swanson, Z ....,.... Sweeney, Sweeney, Swetman, B. H ........ D. Swetman, R ........ Swiskow, R ......,... ' , 101, 117, N ....,..,.,,,...,.,..,,.,...,..,..,. 23, sa, QQIQIQIfQ25f"4'7, 1QffQ22f"si5f" 72, Soehrmann, J ...................,......,,.., 60, Sommer, R ......,..,...,................,...... I9, Sondel, M. ....,,,.....,... I9, 78, 83, 86 Sonderman, M. ,........ .................. ,.... Sorenson, L. .,,.........,........................ . Sotern, F ............ ......... I 9, 68, 69, Sotern, N ..,..., .,...................... 2 0, Spahr, 8 ...,....... ....,.... 3 0, 65, 69, Spahr, R ............. .................... I 9, Spanier, R. ............. ...,..... 5 0, 56, Spaniian, R ............... .....,.......... 2 4, Sparks, M ........ 1 .....,.................. 30, 56 Spear, Katherine ................., 30, 83, Spear, Kay A ............................... 23, Spear, P ...,.......,....,................ 54, 75, Speirs, A. ....,.,....,.....................,......... . Speirs, K .,..,,.....,..,.. 60, 93, 94, 135, Spencer, F ..................................... 59, Spero B ............. .....,..,............... 2 0, Spiegl, W .............. Spiropoulos, E ......... ......... 2 2, S iro oulos H .,.....,. 22, D, P . -'.-.--- Sp1tzer, A. ......... . Stabell, C .......... ........ 4 3, 65, Stack, J. ............. . Staeger, G .,...... ............,,.. 2 7, Staeger, H ......... .............. 2 2, 6I Stafford, B .......... ........,. 5 0, I30, Stake, D .............. .......... 2 4, 60 Stake, R. .............. ,..... ........... . . Stallmann, A ...,..,.. ................. 2 0, Stan, D ................. ................ 4 4, 68, Starck, D. ,..,..................................... . Stasinos, C ...,..,,.,........... 23, 55, 7I, Stathis, A ............,...... 23, 47, 54, 76 Stauber, S...30, 56, 65, 70, 83, 86 Stecker, J ..,.................................... IB, Steele, A .,......... 44, 62, 7I, 86, 88, Steele, Steele, Steflan, R .....,.,..... 78, 90, I00, I36, E ............,............................ 56, P ....,..,...,,...................... 20, 59 Steffan, D. ..................................,...,.. . Steffen, J ....... ........................ 2 0, Steger, V .,....... .................................. Stein, T ........,,...........,,... ,..,.... ....,.... 3 0 , 7I Steinhoff, H ............. 24, 37, 60, , Sternke, H .....,..,............................ I9, 20 Stephenson, A ........ ,..... ....,,........... , Stern, M ......,.................... 26, 56, 69, Sternberg, R. ..................,..,............. . Sternlofl, R. .,.,.. 30, 6I, 66, 90, 96, Steurhart, I. ............................,........ . Stevens, A. ...................................,... . 90 IO7 IIO II4, I40, Stewart, D ..................................... IB, Stewa rt, J . ......................................... . I9, 26 6 I 86 88 56 30 86 63 I OI 60 7 I 74 7 I 88 83 96 23 I 42 78 45 63 55 55 27 I 35 60 68 78 I40 6I I 8 78 I 35 23 80 77 88 63 I 35 74 79 I 40 I8 63 26 90 74 75 80 74 74 IDI 47 I 42 60 I8 Stieber, W.,.26, 60, 67, 73, 74, 75, 96 sfielaw, s .,.,... , ............... 30, 68, 84, loo Stieren, E. ..,..,.......,,........................,.. 24 Stiernberg, J. ...... ..............,.....,..,.. I 8 Stirling, F. . .........................,..........., 75 I36 stone, G ................,...,.. 70, 96, II7, Stout, J...24, 58, 69, 7I, 83, 84, 86, 88 St. Pierre, M ....,.......... .......,.............. 6 3 Strandell, D...42, 64, 86, 88, l2I, I36 Strangl, J. ,.............,...................... . ...... IIO Strass eim, Eleanor .................... 44, I36 Strassheim, Evelyn ...,.................. 23, 57 Strassheim, Merle ............ .... 4 4, 50, I36 Strauch, E .................. ......... 2 4, 45, 62 Strebel, L ............... ......,,, 2 0, 59, 68 Streed, M ....... .....,,,.,, 4 0, IIO Striclr, P. ............ ....................... 9 6 Stricker, P .......... ..................... 2 0, 63 sfrah, 6 ...........,.. ...,,.... 2 6, 53, 85, 86 Stromberg, R. .... .....,,.......,.....,..... 6 3 Strunk, J ............., ........ 8 l, 88, I36 Strutzmann, E ........ ,,.....,.,,, 4 2, I36 Strutzmann, V. ......., .. .................. . 22 stupas, E .......,........ ....,.... 2 6, 54, 76 Stupas, L ............ ....,........ 6 3, 74 Sturch, J. .,.................,. ............... 2 3 Suchak, B. ....................... ............... 7 6 Sullivan, H. ..,.,,.....,,...,..,..,..,,.,,......,,., III Sullivan, William J ..,..,,,.,............... 20 Surface, N .....,....,,.........,......... 20, 63, 90 Sutton, F .....,................................ ...23, 74 Sutton, K ............ ......,.. 2 8, 50, 67 Swanell, L. ....,..... .......................... I 8 Swanson ......... 26, 56 60 I36 , B ...........,................ Swanson, C ...,..........,,...., 23, 47, 48, Swanson, Geraldine ................ II6, Ta bar, E. Tabbert, L. ..,.,.. . Taly, M. .......... ..................,.......... . Tandel, R. Taube, M. Tausig, C ................... 30, 45, 47, 70 Tausz, T ............ .........,........... 2 0, 75 Taylor, G. ..,.,. ............................. . Taylor, M ......,.... .......,......,..... 2 0, Tekip, Tempinski, Terrace, S ........... .......... 2 6, 45, 47 Teter, E. ....... . Teter, J. .... . Thayer, M. Theisen, R. Thelen, P. 'Theiner, Do .................... ............. 3 0, Theobald, Evelyn .............................. Theobold, Edward ................ 27, 47, Thies, E. ,...,......................................... Thoma, G ................... ........ 2 2, 58, Thomas, A ........... ....... . .llI, Thomas, M ......... ...........,.... 2 4, Thomas, S ............ ........ 4 7, 89, Thomas, W .....,...... ........,.......,.. 2 6, Thompson, B. .,,.....,.......,.................. . Thompson, M ............. ...27, 83, 86, Thompson, P ...................,............. 48, Thompson, W .........,. IO4, Ill, II4, Thomson, D ............................. 20, 60 Thomson, K ................ ........... 2 0, 63, Thornton, M .,.,,...,,.,,,,,,....,,..., 43, 65 67, 70, IOO, l0l, ll5, l32, I36, Thorpe, W .,... 52, 66, 70, 96, II7, Thurman, D ....,,..........,..,.,.,..... 30, 65, Thyer, W ..............,,.,............. 96, II7, Tideman, A ........... 28, 60, 69, l00, Tigerman, V .................,.....,.....,.,... 20, Tillotson, R ,...., .,,......... ........... Z 0 , 48, Timmerman, M. ............................... . Tite, W. ............................................... . Tomaras, R. ....................,...............,. . ....3B, 43, 52, l00, IOI, l33, I36, Topercer, I ...............,..................... I9, Torp, H. .... .... ,,..., . ,....,. .,......,..,.,.,....... . Toskas, L ......................................... I8, Townley, V. ...................................... . ....3.8, 43, 52, IOO, IOI, I33, I36, Trebilco, R ..................................... I8, Trees, G. ...................,.................,...,... . Tremulis, R ..,,.,,......,..,,,.,..,,,,,.,,,,,,,, 74, Trethaway, L. ........,... 26, 56, 65, 78 Trihas, G ........................................, 23, Trimble, J ........... , .... ,.......... 5 9, 75, Trimble, M ...,..... ............. 2 3, Trohatos, P. ,....... .. ........... Tsalapatas, G ................,..,...,....... 96, Tsalapatas, P .,..,.,.........,................ 23, Tschudy, G. ....,....,............................. , 37, 62, 71, 26, loo, Tuisi, F ...,...,.....,, so, 51, 73, 74, 75, Tuttle, Betty A ..........................,,. 53, Uhlmann, R. .,.......,..,...........,,,.,,,,,,, , Ullman, N .......,....,., 32, 47, 60, 66, Ullman, R .,.......,......,...................,.. 22, Ulrich, C ................................... 73,74 Untertenger, G. .... .......,,.,....... . Unterreiner, E .,......... ......... 2 7, Valdivia, F ......... 23, 48, 74, 76, Vale, A ........................................... 68, Vale, L. ..,.,...,.... ..............., 1 9, so, Vale, M ......,.....,... ..........,............. 6 3, Valentine, D ................... 40, B3, 86, 4 D. ............................................. . M ....... .......,., 2 8, 56, 76, Valentine, R. ....... ,. Vallancey, E ............... 4l, II6, I37, Valos, A .............. . Valos, F ..........., ...,............ Valos, G ................... . ...,.................. I8, 26 6I 1'i's, II37, Valy, L ...........,....................,.. 42, II7, 4l 86 Vance, V ............... Vanden8osch, J .... , ,aa, II7, I I6, Vanderbloem, M ............... 70, II7, Vandervoorf, A. ............. . VanHoughton, V ...............,. . ."67'f 26 I36 l0I I36 22 58 I36 I36 74 30 27 I8 75 53 96 78 94 79 83 56 I 30 30 26 I I I 26 62 27 56 I9 76 I I4 52 I 36 78 52 88 60 I 24 90 75 I40 I36 69 I36 l0I 63 90 6l 20 I 40 78 69 54 I40 75 I8 75 8 I 54 78 58 26 I 36 47 I0 I I I I 69 I9 I37 58 75 28 62 I00 Ill I00 I37 Ill 26 I40 37 79 I40 I37 I37 I37 I37 75 78 VanHoughton, W ........ ........ 6 I, Vasilakos, B. ............ ., ..... . Vassilakos, D .,....... ........, I 9 Vavul, T. ...,......... ........,...... . Vavul, W. ....... ................... . Verch, E. ....... ................... . 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