Amundsen High School - Viking Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Q ,V 1' K' . ., 4 1 fn' :si wif X15 , 'S Z' Q37 I Q j LSFQFFI qw 49 3 "'Q ffs Nwwf Q!V - 237 Wm .fr x .4 S ' 3 1 N - F ,. ggghalniii? ..- 4ZkiSKbw ,J X 5 M 4 if -Aw35fMsW V914 in, ..5a N M MNHM1 Q? 9, i if ik 1942 LQOALD AMUNDSEN HIGH SCHOOL - CHICAGO 1 In I ff A V 4 I 'N lx Q", I -x., ls xx Accuracy in making this Iist has been our first aim,' omissions and inaccuracies are the result of incomplete information. The spirit of gratefulness which prompted the dedication en- wev h Compasses all "OUR BOYS wherever t ey are. Let's hear from you! ARMY MORRIE ABRAMS HAROLD ANDERSON WILLIAM ATHANS, Class of Iune '35 AMERICO BALDINI PERSHING BALDWIN, Class of Iune '40 ROY BAUMANN, Class of Feb. '39 ROY E. BECKER, Class of Iune '37 HORACE BENAS, Class oi Iune '33 EVERETT BLOME, Class of Feb. '36 GEORGE BOTTUM, Class ol Iune '37 LAWRENCE BOYER, A.C., Class of Iune '40 HERBERT BRODGEN IOHN BRUSCA, A.C. IULIUS BUCSA, A.C., Class oi Iune '40 HOWARD BURKE. A.C., Class of Feb. 38 DAVID CALDER, Class ol Iune '38 DONALD CARP, Class of Iune '38 ROBERT CARROLL CLARENCE CLEMEN HARRY CLEW, A.C., Class of Iune '40 ROGER CONE, Class of Feb. '41 IACK CORDES, A.C., Class of Iune '39 BRUCE COUSTON, A.C., Class of Iune '37 ARCHIE CRAWFORD, A.C., Iune '35 JOSEPH CROWZAK, A.C. HENRY DILLON, A.C., Class of Iune '36 ROBERT DRATHS, Class of Iune '37 FRED DUMKE, Class of Feb. '37 HENRY ERB CHARLES ESSEN GEORGE ESSER, Class of Iune '40 ARNE EVANS, A.C., Class of Iune '38 DANIEL FOSTER, A.C., Class oi Iune '39 EDWIN FREEMAN, A.C., Class oi Iune '38 HOWARD W. GANSCHOW, Feb. '35 ROLAND GAST, Class of Iune '38 IAMES GEBBIE, Class of Iune '37 PETER GIANOPULOS WALLACE GRIGG, Class of Iune '37 GLEN GUTHIER ROBERT HAACK RICHARD HAGEN. Class of Feb. '37 EDWARD HAMILTON, Class of Feb. '40 GEORGE HARDTKE, A.C. EDWARD HELSBURG, A.C., Iune '38 HOWARD HOLZHAUER. A.C., Feb. '35 JAMES HONAN, Class of Iune '41 GERALD HORNE. A.C. THEODORE HOTES, Class of Feb. '40 WILLIAM HYNES. Class oi Feb. '38 MARVIN KAGEN, Class of Feb. '34 ROBERT KAMPER LAWRENCE KANE, A.C. WILLIAM F. KARLS, Class of Feb. '39 ROY KASESKA, A.C., Class of S.S. '40 ROBERT KASPAR, Class of Iune '37 IOHN KAVENEY, Class of Iune '37 'EUGENE KELLY, Class of Iune '41 WILLIAM KESSLER IOSEPH KLASEN. Class of Feb. '38 FRED KLASS, A.C., Class of Iune '38 MORTON KNIGHTS CONSTANTINE KOLLINZAS, A.C., Iune IOHN KOTT, A.C., Faculty MACK KOZAIDA IACK KRAMER, A.C. RICHARD KREUZER, Class oi Iune '37 KENNETH LAMDEN WILLIAM LA SANKE ' '41 HAROLD A. LEAFGREEN, Class of Feb. '38 MORGAN LEWIS, Class of Iune '40 IOHN LINS STANLEY LIPTROT, Class of Iune '38 FRED LOWMAN, Class of Iune '39 IACK LOWMAN, Class of Iune '37 KENNETH W. LUECKE, Class oi Feb. '36 ROBERT LUEDERS, Class of Feb. '38 FRED LUFT, Class of Iune '38 IOHN LYNCH. Class of Iune '37 THOMAS LYONS RUSSELL MAEDGE, Class of Iune '34 BERNARD MALMQUIST, A.C., Iune '36 DENO MANUS HERBERT MASSA, Class oi Iune '36 OTTO MATTHIES, Class oi Iune '41 THOMAS MAYER IOHN MCDONALD, Class of Iune '38 WILLIAM MCMILLAN FRANKLIN MEYER, Class of Iune '37 GILBERT MEYER, Class of Iune '39 STANLEY MILLER, Class of Iune '38 WILLIAM T. MOLL, Class oi Iune '36 RAYMOND MORTON STANLEY MORTON ' ROBERT MULHOLLEM, A.C., Iune '39 LEONARD NEISWINTER MARTIN O'DONNELL IOI-IN A. OLSON ROBERT ARTHUR OLSON, Iune '40 IOHN ONGMAN. A.C., Class of Feb. '37 IOSEPH OSTERLAND GEORGE OVIATT, Class of Iune '34 STANLEY PALM, Class of Iune '36 'EDWARD PAULS HENRY PEARSON, Class of Iune '37 ROBERT PEIFER, Class of Iune '38 DONN PETERS, Class of Iune '38 EUGENE E. PETERS, Class of Iune '39 IOHN PETERS, Class of Iune, '38 HARTWELL PETERSON, Class of Feb. '37 ROY PETERSON, Class of Feb. '38 RAYMOND PLAMBECK, A.C., Feb. '36 T IS THE YEAR 1942 . . . a world is in turmoil . . . the American nation- and its destiny is involved . . . loyal shoulders are carrying the burden . . . we give pause, therefore, to remember and honor the sons of Amundsen High who have answered the call to arms . . . theirs is the spirit which bled at Valley Forge and challenged on Lake Erie . . . theirs is a noble heritage. Our annual takes its theme from the story of the NAVY . . . fittingly, however, this volume is dedicated to all OUR SONS IN THE ARMED SERVICES who, in war and peace, have realized their Alma Mater's ideals of honor, courage, loyalty and duty in the service of God and country. God send them fortune! RAY PROESEL THOMAS F. QUINN, A.C., Class ol Feb. '35 WILLIAM RAHN, Class of Feb. '38 WALTER H. REDFIELD, Class of Iune '34 ANDREW REED, Class of Iune '36 IOHN REED, Class of Iune '36 ROBERT REINING WALLACE RICHARDSON CHARLES RICKER, A.C., Class oi Feb. '36 JOSEPH ROACH, Class of Iune '41 THOMAS ROBINSON, Class oi Iune '38 GERD D. ROGERS, Class of Feb. '39 EUGENE RYDSTEDT, A.C., Class oi Iune '39 RAY SALLSTROM, Class of Feb. '40 EARL SCHMACKELS, Class of Feb. '38 ARTHUR SCHMIDT, Class of Iune '34 CHARLES SCHULTZ, Class oi Feb. '39 RAYMOND SHAPIRO, Class of Iune '37 LESTER SHAW 'ROBERT SHOTKE, Class of Feb. '37 SUMNER SILSBEE, A.C., Class of Iune '36 ROBERT F. SIMONS VIRGIL SKOGSBERGH ARTHUR SLACK, Class of Iune '37 WILLIAM SLIVA, Class of Iune '38 RUSSELL SPEAKER, Class of Iune '37 ROBERT STAKE, Class of Feb. '37 FORREST C. STANGER ROBERT STECHER, A.C., Class oi Iune '37 WILLIAM STOCK, Class of Iune '37 WILLIAM STRAUSS CARL SWANSON EDWARD TETER, A.C., Class of Iune '41 HAROLD THEIS, Class of Feb. '38 WALTER THOMA, Class of Feb. '39 IOHN UTROSKE WILLIAM VAN HIGGENS, Class oi Iune '37 EDGAR WALTON WILLIAM WENDE, Class of Iune '38 WILLIAM WENZLER WARREN WETTERHAHN, A.C., Feb. '40 GEORGE WICKERSHEIM. Class of Feb. '36 THOMAS WILLIAMS, A.C., Feb. '40 SHERWIN WOLF. Class oi Iune '35 ROBERT WRENN, Class of Iune '38 NAVY RICHARD ABBOTT, Class of Iune '41 WILLIAM ALBERTSON, Class of Iune '40 DONALD ROY BECKER, Class of Feb. '41 EDWARD BENDER, Class oi,Iune '41 RALPH BERGQUIST, Class of Iune '39 MICHAEL BICE FRANK BOTT, Class of Iune '37 ROBERT BOVEDY WILLIAM BURROUGHS LAWRENCE CAMPBELL GEORGE CLOPPAS HUBERT COLEMAN WILLARD COMSTOCK, Class of Iune '37 GEORGE CONE, A.C., Class of Feb. '38 ARNOLD CRONIN, Class of Iune '37 ROBERT DOERING, A.C.. Class oi Iune '37 IOHN DONOVAN RICHARD DREVES, Class of Iune '41 EDWARD DREW ARTHUR ELERBROCK HERB ERICKSON JAMES FRESKOS HERMAN FREUND, A.C. IOHN GARRIOTT. A.C. JAMES GARTNER ARTHUR GILSTER, A.C., Class of Iune '35 DAVID GRAF, Class of Iune '37 IAMES GRIMES ROBERT HAGEN, Class of Feb. '39 ROBERT HALTZ IOHN HEINZ IOHN HENDRY, Class of Iune '41 AL HERTER GEORGE I-IOLLANDER ROBERT HOLZ, Class of Iune '39 LAURY HOTTEN LEROY IACKSON, Class of Feb. '37 VICTOR IURIC, A.C., Class of Feb. '38 WILLIAM KELLEY, Class oi Iune '38 ALBERT KISTING, Class oi Iune '38 ANGELO LAMBOS ROBERT LARSON, Class of Iune '37 THOMAS LEISTEN HARRY LIPE, Class of Feb. '36 OLIVER LONG, Class of Iune '37 EDWIN MAECKS CAPPY MANUS ROBERT MARREN IERRY MARTIN, Class of Feb. '41 HARRY MARX, Class of Iune '36 BRENDAN MCCANN, Class of Iune '41 IOI-IN MOLITOR, Class of Iune '38 ROBERT MORRISON, A.C., Feb. '40 ROBERT MURPHY. Class of Iune '39 CHARLES NELSON, Class of Iune '38 RICHARD NESS, Class of Iune '39 FRANK NIGG ROBERT NOESGES ROBERT OFENLOCK 'Deceased RUSSELL OLSON. Class of Feb. '38 GUS PETROPOLIS ELTON PILSEN DAVID RAYMOND FRANK REH, Class of Iune '37 PAUL SCHERGEN, A.C., Class of Iune '35 GERARD SCHLAISS. Class of Iune '37 HOWARD SCHMID, Class of Iune '38 WARREN SCHULTZ, Class of Iune '40 MARSHALL SPIKINGS, Class of Iune '37 GEORGE STEFFAN ROBERT STEFFAN, Class of Iune '41 FRANCIS WANNECK GILBERT WARREN EDWARD WEIGAND, Class of Feb. '39 DUANE WILLHARD, Class of Iune '41 ROBERT WILLIAMS NORMAN ZERWAS COASTVGUARD GEORGE BELL ROBERT BUEHL EUGENE GILBERT IAMES HASBURG IACK O'GRADY, Class of Iune '40 WILLIAM SONHEIM, Class of Feb. '40 MARINES RUPERT ALFONS, Class of Iune '37 ROBERT BORCHERT, Class of Iune '39 IAMES CARROLL FRANK DUGO, Class of Feb. '38 JOHN FARR, Class of Iune '40 WILLIAM FISCHER EDWIN FLINT ROBERT HAIG, Class of Iune '41 RICHARD HALL, Class of Iune '38 ROY HAWKINSON, Class of Feb. '41 CARTER IOHNSON, Class of Feb. '41 BERNARD KELLY, Class of Iune '36 WILLIAM KORLICK GERALD MCQUILKEN, Class oi Feb. '40 WILLIAM MILLER, Class ol Iune '38 JAMES MOFFAT ROBERT ORZYP, A.C. WELLING PARMELE ROBERT SIMPSON, A.C., Class oi Iune '37 THEODORE THURMAN, Class of Iune '40 WILLIAM WILLIAMS CARL ZITTERBART. Class of Iune '38 ERNST ZUBER six. Xfxw ss Xxx E Yx W Xxxtski , Qs - Us . ' ff 1 . A x X, , qs." . x -L ' x i Q. X .. XX l 1 p - v, X,x,x, '1'N"'53.?Q fm . . iff, -. 4, 5 si 5 Svsxixrtzsrz wh: mm sail Saas Q it gg. 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Sophomores . . Juniors . "4B" Senior Divisions . nk Activities Navy Slang . Music . . School Service Drama . Languages . . . Social .... Industrial and Home Arts R. 0. T. C. . . . School Publications . Sports lk Girls . Boys . . . Graduates lk . January Album . June Album . . Senior Committees . . ir Advertisers . . 'A' Index .... . . 14 . . 15 . 25 . 30 . 36 . 42 . . . 47 . . . 48 55, 73, 86, 90, 102 . . . 60 . 64 . 74 . 87 . 92 . 96 . 104 . 114 . 129 . 139 . 162 . 167 . 171 J lil. from stem to stern . . . A ,41 Use the hunt and peck method-at least Mr. Small got Turkey on his radio last that one works. Thanksgiving. Mr. Buchtel works, while they fiddle Sh-h-h-h . . . tap! . . . tap! . . . tap! around. . . . Cwe can even supply sound These aliens don't know whether euectsl' they're coming or going. Amundsen's bread line. "My men are down there and it is my duty to get lhem out." Lieut. Commander Jesse Mims Roper, March l90I. N252 . . . These are years when the world is limp and sodden with its own sorrows, when it turns with grateful knowing to the men, the leaders, who were born with steel around their hearts, and the visions we have not, but dream of, in their eyes. They who see beyond the line of sky and ocean, through the shaking turmoil of battle-they are the steel around our weeping hearts. ax f , ff I 'X' V XDQ 'lf Captsd: ihzmes Lawrence, wounded, being 1 V I GX Q VQ' f carr e e ow on board the "Chesapeuke". N f ff ' A , , I fx .ef f "2 ' f.fyiiegif?? H f ' 7 e 4 .e N, ef 4' ,l , 2 IV - UU, 'Ni 1. ff f Vzgexfawawk Q?gSV' Q?wfi1 ,V X -,., 4 ,l I -s-du e ' X ' -ffD".,e, 5 1- f "'e --- -" .V ,J 2' Z -gr , ' , -" ,e ,, .eqggigxfawmwwgyigg f ff f . M I 'MZ . "'f li, ," - e L e Q if N ES. 7- 'EQ' L Age N. f e ' f ef, e l V ff "" " 'Q-as-f e 1 e , f f e N ,H-:L fe AN e 'W f 1 in 1 M Za QE,2Ew mmmmwfwmwm Z e X355-fi-."'f", ' TTER. 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I tlllrfl' '...R I l I ,j' ll' - Z'fQ:,5.g-th ff' Y . - Hear Admiral Conunodore Commodore JOHN PAUL JONES Jol-IN BARRY Euwuxu P1u4:m.r: lfevoluliunary War Ilevululionary War Tripolilan War WE HOLD THESE TRUTHS to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the con- sent of the governed. Dcclaralion of Independence. IF WE WISH To BE FREEQ if we wish to preserve inviolate those inestimable privi- leges for which we have been so long contending: if we mean not basely to abandon the noble struggle in which we have been so long engaged, and which we have pledged ourselves never to abandon until the glorious object of our contest shall be obtained-we must fight! An appeal to arms, and to the God of hosts, is all thatis left us. ' Patrick llcnry, Speech in l,'unlinc'nlal Congress, 1775. Sir VFHESE ARE THE T1MEs that try men's souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country, but he that stands it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered, yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly, it is dearness only that gives everyt.hing its value. lleaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods, and it would he strange indeed il' so celestial an article as Flll'llCD0lVl should not be lightly rated. Torn Paine, The lfrisix, 1776. ii' WE 'rlllfl l,l'I0l'I,lC of the llnited States, in order to form a more perfect. llnion, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and posterity, do ordain and establish this tlonstitut ion for the l lnited Statesol'America. llrcrunblc of lltc lfunslilulion. i' i' 'A' i' 'k 'k k if 'A' 'A' IIMMA DI G IIFFICERS . . . Cap tain PRINCIPAL L. Day Perry guided the "S.S. Amund- sen" into port after a profit- able voyage through the calms and storms of the school year. Since arriv- ing here in 1940, Mr. Perry has gained the respect of the school through his Wise and understanding leadership. He is a friendly and inspiring shiprnate. First Mate Second in command, ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL Harry P. Fuller served in his ever capable manner. Although office duties take a good deal of his tirne, he is always Willing to lend a hand to students Who run afoul on the inevitable reefs and Shoals during journey. if EZ-L -.Z-' "-5: 5 YgXY5l3lVEi5'2, The TAUNTON FLAG 3 Z- 'Es-" Raised at Taunton, The English redfunion flag wit Mass., I774. h American watchwords. CHIEF PE'l"l'Y IIFFICER . . . QP it Amundsen's FACULTY. although having undergone several changes during the past year, performed its appointed duties capably and efficiently. Theirs was the important job of helping to mould the youth of today into citizens of tomorrow. ln spite of innumerable personalities to cope With, they have done their share inlsetting the proper courses. Frank I. Crosby Edward An-nh Fldministrdtbr 1 Administrator N!! ,ja Mrs. Harriet Avichouser Administrator The PINE TREE FLAG Favorite of New England districts, Flown by Washington's first navy. X X u L.. M , Mrs. Lucille B. Royse Adjustment Belle Enqelstein Placement Mrs. Lenore Doleis June Senior Sponsor lean Evers Librarian Q Mrs. Esther Barney Adiush-nent Mrs. Ora M. Harrington Records Mrs. Edith S. Garriott February Senior Sponsor Sgt. Robert Prussinq H.O.T.C. Instructor PETTY UFFICEIRS . OC C0 mmerciul Mrs. Guyneih King G ertrude C. Owe ns 'A' Erma Bridgam Frank I. Crosb Y Mrs. W'l Ausiin Glamore Frances Hanlon Mrs. Ora Harrinqion Mrs. Muriorie Kempster Evar Nel 1 ma Duffy Ann a M. O'Neil Emily Purer Mrs. Marie Rhodes Anna R. Russell Irma E. Swanson - X Ox OXQ .W- O NTT P' 1. ' X The FORT MOULTRIE FLAG The GADSDEN FLAG Battle of Charleston Harborl Presented to the new fleet b ' June 23, 1776. V Christopher Gadsden, December 3, I775. SOR 6 PETTY IIFFICER ' W ...mm 0 0 0 English.. Mrs. Martha T. Baxter Mrs. Helen-Mary Hetlin L H ll ...armsvata aura o y Mrs. Lucretia Latcham Alma LeDoux Virginia Meagher Mrs. Ruih Meierdierks Marion Philbrick Mrs. Margaret Robertson Mrs. Lucille B. Royse Mrs. Grace S. Davis Alvine Flory Carl E. Hankwitz Peter T. Kapsalis Mrs. Mary M. Kelso Edna H. Kron Constance Trulli Louis Weinberg Mrs. Susan I. Weinberg A happy ship is an efficient one." Motto on board the HARTFORD, Flagship of Admiral David Farragut. language . . . m athemu ties . . . the sciences . . S Dillon Minerva Herrmann Mrs. Lenore H. Doleis Mrs. Doris , Nolan Alice H. Smith Richard T. NKER HILL FLAG Carried during the battle, June Y7, l775. The I 7 Huddy Mrs. Dorothy Middendor if Thomas I. Edward D. Armit Mrs. Clarmyra S. Hay Mrs. Harriet Avichouser Laura M. Brown M r F. Schaefer es Mrs. Helen K. Ind a y Alice Foy Hobart Carmichael l n G. Van Sands Frank H. Ulvelinq He e PETTY IIFFICEIR . . . . physical I 8 Edwa ' H ., .V ,..-nd rd Delaporie Mildred Heindl Louis C Iorndt Gladys B Larsen H I E M D . . een . c oncxld Iulic M. Schulte Maurice Weinira b 'k ' O W The CONTINENTAL FLAG First navy ensign and only national flag before June I4, I777 X N X fwi V M' W' :Mlm 0011 HIM. wmwahhwf mm, ww fil m Qwzf , W f X 1. M 7 'Wf fm , in W! ...WI WWW. mn ,. fi W x - ,, VMTN 1 , Lib 1. f 'W ' Jil' ' M ...,. 7 lj Q The CAMBRIDGE FLAG' Raised by Washington ai Cambridge, Mass., January 2, I776. u Donald P. Anglemlre Henry Cohen Ian MacLeod Mrs. Esther W. Burney Charles A. Bill Wilson K. Boetticher Mrs. Edith S. Garriott Alice M. Kearns Gilbert P. Small William E. Smyihe education . . . technical . . . social science . . . fine arts Forrest L. Buchtel Ada Nelson Ioanne Stelanik Mrs. Emily C. Waqqoner 'I' Ida M. Bowman Mrs. Blanche Breit Mrs. Amy C. Clarke Mrs. Marguerite Norcott Frank Sleprcka illl Memoriam HELEN G. FLYNN Throughout the year the students and fac- ulty of Amundsen have felt the great loss of Miss Helen Flynn, former teacher of English. She was an inspiration not only to her colleagues but to the many pupils with whom she came in contact. Always modest, she went about her work quietly and diligently, extending a helping hand to those in need, smiling even through the illness which was to be her last. Extremely sensitive to beauty, she was able to ex- press her talents in the sponsorship of the 1937 VIKING, one of the finest Amundsen has ever produced. Her many sterling qualities have left us murmuring, "Here was a thoroughbred-a real lady!" 0lde sailors never die, they just sail away walking th bricl . . . Imagine them on a swim team medley. One oi the iaculty members signs up for Hold it, Mr, Small, wrong basket, another hectic day. Mrs. Smith keeps smiling on the job. of the cooler' Charley! You have your nerve buttin' in. Miss Shay becomes custodian ,ve z Amundsen's delightful Blue Room. Food on the table-and they just sit there. Another shot of the Blue Room: that's Miss Kearns behind the phones. Mr. Hankwitz giving us the "Benito" pose. . . . They have been trued and found not wanting. The night-watch hours were lonely, but not bitterg the sea-legs hard in gaining but worth having. And deep in the ship's pit they have learned that it"s aching arms, blistered hands and seared eyes that keep a craft afloatg they know the cost in terror and sweat of keeping themselves and other men alive. If' ' 1 1 1 1 I, l, 1 1. f' , , Q f 31 K , it . ' 1 1 N1 ,Im 6 , E Capt I Da id G. Far g t 1' Aff ' Q boa d an HU. s. s. llartf a .Ax ple H auf: a hAt::s:fu1:g:!l:ile B u N! If ff k V !-e fI1f"11Q-x ,N ,ZX X !,fv 5, 2?g X?,,'ll,1,' S 111 'V 1 'I A Z IN lm ,L , X J X L Q rf' H 7 ffl- My Q1 1.1 ' 1 1 X I a ,Z . in I ffw.. -,S K 1 1 W 1 1 - ,1 N 1 ,wif 'Q-2.-9151 Lf , 1.1 1 H! 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' r f -f Q ' if 2 A 1 Z ff , ,,, f - Y 4 Y , f p I J Z 1 utenamt Richmond P llobsnn L f f k ff- ,', attempts to seal the harbor at A XC " 15' -' Santiago, Cuba in June 1898. 7 ' il" pg , ' 1' 4:2-' i 0' .V 1 W f f -. ...,,,' , f -1 .lf ,gs s".... ,. 'A-,L ,,,, H W fi w if' ' M 8 iT - t 'fp iffii ' 4 5 file: in 4 we K Piixf LX QQ' ' W, "--A YM Qxzifpjl-L' j 8 I ' fipgf "" 1 Wi-2. ' pig 5: a 'vi 1 Y fl!! , M "si , ii 'V ' IL-i A ' 1 , T e K -- 'X X f ! xg?-xii if laflyfgii fA -,Z"4 74 g ' - -We isfQ, f fe f 8 f OPROUDLY E H IL. lllllll' i t flxauivlllllllllll i l ll llwllll V' ' ' WW . I- f .W tj fl I + ' , ' A A' I " 3" X 1 l, ,:l'f:'lN,f 1 if ,Wg ff", llllllh ' 'f., V ., ' ,tl " . x"'f L, 'f , 1 will ' T ' tw If 'ffA j tfaslpggr will -1,23 gr X ff If T . l gl!! m?4.WlLi!l WX' I fl "z'7'i "Wt I W W ji if 7 I Japlain Commander Commodore S'I'r:PHI-:N Dr:cATUII JAMES LAWIIENCI-1 Ouvrzn H. PERRY War of 1819 War M1812 War fy' 1812 THAT ALL POWER Is VESTED in, and consequently derived from, the people, that magistrates are their trustees and servants, and at all times amenable to them .... That religion, or the duty which we owe to our Creator, and the manner of dis- charging it, can be directed only by reason and conviction, not by force or violence, and therefore all men are equally entitled to the free exercise of religion, according to the dictates of conscience, arid that it is the mutual duty of all to practice Christian forbearance, love, and charity towards each other. Virginia Bill of lfighls, 1776 sir , . CITIZENS BY BIRTH on CHOICE of a common country, that country has a right to concentrate your affections. The 'name of American, which belongs to you in your national capacity, must always exalt the just pride of patriotism more than any appellation derived from local discriminations. With slight shades of difference, you have the same religion, manners, habits, and political principles. You have in a common cause fought and triumphed together. The independence and liberty you possess are the work of joint councils and joint eflbrts, of common dangers, sufferings, and successes. Washington, l"arcu'r1l Address, 1796. Sir I Kivow, indeed, that some honest men fear that a republican government cannot be strongg that this Government is not strong enough, but would the honest patriot, in the full tide of successful experiment, abandon a government which has so far kept us free and firm on the theoretic and visionary fear that this Govern- ment, the world's best hope, may by possibility want energy to preserve itself? l trust. not. l believe this, on the contrary, the strongest government on earth. Jefferson, Firxl Inaugural Adrlrcss, 1801 af is if f 1 ir it ff 1 ff Il E C I T g g Q they are on detention and new to the ropes . . . Amnndsen 's pollywogs . . . We Watched those who joined our ranks during the past year for future leaders. Yes, sir, our new recruits showed siqns of efiervescencel These FRESHMEN DIVISIONS took part in Intra- mural sports and supported school activities. Division 325P rnade an outstanclinq Viking record arnonq the first year group. X , , i l DIVISION 324P: MISS HOLLY ROW I: G. Gart, W. Hardell, M. Tausig, D. Johnson, A. Kiousis, Miss Holly. ROW 2: B. Martinek, L. Mitchell, A. Benner, J. Taylor, J, Shapiro. ROW 3: B. Lutzen, L. Praiter, L. Doolin, E. Selvig, R. Gilchrist, A. Dedes. ROW 4: M. Peters, B. Hansen, R. Baumann, E. Eiermann, D. Johanson, D. Pagogna. ROW 5: C. Roubinclc. E. Sharlcey, G. Dainton, M. Genin, M. Carlson. ROW 6: A. Ekenberg, E. Meyer, B. Borgeson, 6. Walton, C. Ollerer, J. Steiner, G. Duros. DIVISION 223P: MISS HAYES ROW I: J. Kinnaw, A. Johnson, F. Berns. ROW 2: O. Amato, H. Lang, Miss Hayes, R. Budney, F. Skoules. ROW 3: N. Nicholas, C. Kropke, E. Leonard, C. Mantonya, J. Monahan, J. Le- vitus, M. Panos. ROW 4: O. Kind, J. Hoff- meyer, H. Assrnan, P. Snyder, K. Vasilalcos, D. Davies, L. Kessenich. ROW 5: R, Albertson, C. Feil, B. Kunze, D. Sondel, J. Shlrnp. DIVISION 325P: MRS. WEINBERG ROW l: J. Theobalcl, C. Trabaris. ROW Z: T. Strzeleclfi, R. Schwertfeger, J. Johnson, R. Doonan, B, Theobald, l. Frolich. ROW 3: D. Stadtrnan, M. Swenson, J. Mullen, L. Gleflce, P. Wallin, M. Wittmeyer, D. Lindgren, J. lvis. ROW 4: P. Zerwis, V. Wenzlaff, R. Strom, L. LaPlant, E. Whelan, L. Timmerrnan. ROW 5: N. Woodford, J. Vail, J. Wilson, P. Blake, M. Whitehill. ROW 6: R. Kraemer, J. Carlson, M. Ziesk, J. Tarr, C. Gordon. X f ,, if W li, if 9' ir :l"'Mf0l0lW0ll0M N , A- W""'0r11MlW00 X af 4 vlflflmmnlffam r, i, fa N, ' ' Wlf0l ' l1lI10mm7wm!!! wmm'3 N .. yMWWZMM The BENNINGTON FLAG Carried into battle by Nathaniel Fillmore, August lb, l777. i , ,TY n .-as mmm, 'se- -f N 6 0 0 0 looking sort of green . . . wallowing in the Don't these groups bring back your freshman days? White-shirted R.O.T.C. boys . . . happy faces . . . gingham dresses . . . carefree spirits. These thoughts stir the heart with reflections of those memorable days. Division 328P proved to be a news-hungry group as shown by their 10021 Log subscription. The Viking quota was reached and passed by 322P. While the Log was given a strong wave ot support. DIVISION 314P: MR. NOLAN ROW I: J. Ehmann, M. Mason, N. Helin. ROW 2: Mr. Nolan, R. Saurer, G. Clausen, P. Carson, B. Kollintzas. ROW 3: J. Taylor, C. Schroeder, G. Wirth, T. Vertodias, M. Guth. ROW 4: B. Crum, J, Barends, P, May, B. Lundquist. DIVISION 322P: MISS STAMM ROW l: J. Baucke, S. Becker, J. Dierssen, V. Hagen, L. Halteman, V. Anderson. ROW 2: J. Peterson, H. Rage, V. Gavrulis, R. Elenz, D, Miller, J. Banasch. ROW 3: C. Milford, D. Karin, M. Townley, W. Ekenberg, V. Roeske, F. Misialc, M. Fare makis. ROW 4: H. Pallis, J. Curran, R. Jorgenson, P. Lenz, E. Eshoo, J. Clarke, R. Camm. ROW 5: D. Rusk, E. Fotoplos, W. Friend. 2 DIVISION 328P: MRS'. WAGGONER ik 1 ROW I: G. Vevang, G. Demas, B. Hermanson, W. Morheiser, L. Waldbauer, ,l L+ 'mam' K. Harris. ROW 2: J. Sloan, H. Simos, J. Dahlberg, J. Camburas, E. Hustead, A Q zmwffmwnwy, M. Dannenberg. ROW 3: Hurckes, W, Mendrala, L. Papacostas, E. Redel, -1 A t Wwffwg, H. Allard, D. Bouttain, L. Ries. ROW 4: P. Scherln, A. Astrenedes, D. Schleifer, +A,,Q WMWMWZ' G. Wesbey, L. Kaitchuck, P. Gilmore. fwzm13m,Z DIVISION 329P: MISS STEFANIK AND MISS SHEA w1faW Ql ROW I: B. Geiger, J. Kastens, H. Claypool, F. Diesel, Miss Stefanik. ROW 2: ll0yWWmgQV00000, D. Gregory, C. Bain, J. Gustafson, W. Neer, D. Peterson, W. Tegtmeyer, D. Abraham, E. Erickson. ROW 3: S. Peters: J. Polychrones, H. Pappas, W. Rucker, r '02 R. Spanjian, R. Richardson, P. Feltstog, S. Sterner. ROW 4: L. Jirgal, D. Linne- meier, M. Letstedt, H. Guertner, A. Epery. K. Berlinger, B. Wattling, L. Mermi- gas. ROW 5: I. Ellinger, P. Schwab, L. St. Pierre, D. Hurnicut, C. Losseter, H. The BETSY ROSS FLAG Gestrich, B. Gaudie, L. Nelson, M. Poling. Design authorized by Continental Congress, June I4, I777. waves . . . fouling the anchor . . . life on the bounding main . . . It was the ''don't-give-up-the-ship'' spirit that became Woven into the everyday lives of tour more freshmen divisions. Stick to it, kidsl Divisions 323P, 312P. and 2l5P each bought its quota of Vikings. Not to be outdone, 316P raised its sails by subscribing to the Loa IOUKXJ. Besides this, the room ranked arnonq the top five purchasers of war stamps, and contributed a sizeable amount to the Red Cross. DIVISION 316P: MISS' HERRMANN ROW I: E. Engel, R. Weber, C. Pechart, L. Johnson, M. Anhalt, D. Nicholson, R. Fuhrrnan, B. Turner, D. Seaberq, G. Haarnneye. ROW 2: M. Tokoph, J Bailey, W. Redden, D. Dilgard, J. Klier, L. Osborn, A. Thornwald, C. Siegl. ROW 3: J. Thiele, B. Kudslc, A. Hegarty, S. Anderstrom, J. Nelson, Y. Pohl A. Hornbeck. ROW 4: D. Helander, H. DeLorrne, R. Mueller. ROW 5: Y Bloomouist, J. Kotte. ROW 6: R. Erbach. DIVISION 312P: MISS SMITH ROW I: E. Leibundgutln, D. Battaqlia, E. Johnson, D. Hagen, F. Seeds, J. Thompson ROW 2' M. Esh D. Sietsema R. Fisher A. Robertson L. Mikitka E. Johnson P. Ri itz. ROW 3: D. McKay, L. Trognitz, G. Koudournis, J. Potter, J. Spear, P, Chapman, D Riese, H. Bartlett. DIVISION 215P: MRS. IND ROW I: B, Thompson. ROW 2: F. Kalogerakis, W, Lindenberg, M. Fitzpatrick. ROW 3 P. DeVriese, M. Molloy, F. Keil, J. Srnith, L. Buny, H. Richter. ROW 4: K. Gregory N. Bellucci, L. Stout, S. Erskine, D. Swartz, P. Tranter, L. Brasholz. ROW 5: S. Pren tiss, B. Rockernuehl, N. Anthony, J. Hart, J. Jerger, A. Stewart, C. Rinehart, M. Elston ROW 6: A. Mitchell, C. Janisch, P. Schiewe, R. Kruse, J. Otis, N. Hill, J. Sorensen, B Beaucock, J. Duris, M. Larson. DIVISION 323P: MISS' FLORY ROW I: M. Brown, B. Ferre, C. Musser, G. Ostrancl ROW 2: M. Arentz, J. Heinemann, J. Engstrom, E Young. ROW 3: D. Heurlcins, J. Ternpleman, M Christensen, D, Thue. ROW 4: D. Rydberg, A. Les ter, E, Kelly. ROW 5: M. Long, H. Focht, D. Greene frm lx mi' X Y "'-'z4,1w.,. , " 't 'wwzwiicliw l if r iwiwf-w,,,m ,, 'rmfmiihqiqi Yr ir ,LWZW . . Wffmllwgl 44,WMlm4mWIZqaf11.Wdm . ' '11,-1 M fl. ffl,"-". ,1 ,A im., n aw, xuti ,, wx 4,,,,4 UMJ0 rw, The BONHOMME RICHARD FLAG Design authorized by Continental Congress, June I4, I777. I S Q Q Q qreasy shzpmates . . .plenty of pogeq luut . brwles and sandblowers . . fish out of water . . ln spite of the tact that they came to school at noon and found their Way home by the light ot a lantern, the pupils of 2l6P found time to sail away with the Freshman Volleyball Championship. Along with Di- visions 224P and 321P, this champ room stuck to its guns and scored hits on the Viking target by attaining its quota. A IUOW subscription to the Log was attained by 32113. DIVISION 216P: MR. KAPSALIS ROW I: B. Schroeder, A. Radler, J. Freeman H. Diacos, H. Laub, G. Andros, M. Burke, ROW 2: A. Gegounes, J. DeWitt, S. Goumas L. Dieringer, A. Millard, I. Paulsen, V. Bryan. DIVISION 224P MISS BOWMAN AND MISS MEAGHER ROW I: T, Anderson, J. McCormick, Mlss Bow- man, L. Keys, B. Klingwall, M. Coleman, B. Mallars, M. Smallman, M. Neufeldt, D. Dos- Iert, A. Contos, R. Kraus. ROW 2: H. Demos G. Mitsos, M. Vormittag, D, Schirm, M. Eng- lerth, D, Sim, M. Jenkinson, B. Paterson, E. Vanderplow. ROW 3: V. Peterson, D. Wagner M. Moseley, H. Lindahl, J. Groeger, K. Chev- Iin, H, Krueger, B. Meudt. ROW 4: R. Casey, J. Morey, W. Meyer, D. Zimmerman, B. Myers V. G-erlich, J. Fisher, D. Pelffer. I I DIVISION 321P MISS SCHAEFER AND MISS VAN SANDS ROW l: S. Drott, Miss Schaefer, M. Hilburn M. Murray, T. Kesses, K. Kane, D. Glenn, V. Schmid, E. Elling, H. Golenko, J. Coburn, L. Fincke, A. Allison, A. Palmer, K. Bloomquist A. Seraydarian. ROW 2: R. Keiklman, G. Kap- salis, B. Nordstrom, J. Douglas, J. Morris, W. Anderson, B. Shogren, B. Rernpas, R. Zagars. DIVISION 221P MRS. RHODES AND MISS LEHMAN ROW I: Mrs. Rhodes, A. Harrison, M. De- Weerdt, V. Pfeiter, R. Fanz, M. Bethke, J. Hansen, H. Mertes. ROW 2: R. Anderson, P. O'Connor J. Mandl, L. 6-roemyald, M. Wag- ner, J. Mitsch, J. Mitsch, B. Johnson. ROW 3: H. Schmidt, H, Andersen, J. Elliott, l, Kjelf lander, B, Bush, E. Anderson, G. Smith, M Hering, E. Rusk, l. Blomqulst, D. Broadbent. ' f IIIIMWW, . ,WWWWW000101nnfWa, C 0 Wm.: 'flg,.,, ' ' P Hm0HM'lllllW0lIdZW. IWIWIWM. .,,, I 5-' ., 1. 'WlN011111n42S ,5,,,l-im v n uulllkluf .bhvrfmmaf '. '-'www 'Mm V'-'W0W'4n27uf1Z2Z. First NAVY JACK Hoisted by John Paul Jones on "Alfred," December 3, I77S. freshm n thru th porthol ... 'S Time was, as the clock ticks away the Looking up "The Old Roman." Freshie! Get out ot the Girls' Gym late afternoon division. "Get a horse, Janet." says Harry Demos and Frank Perkins. This is what an initiation can do. Girl! Thu' walerls damp' Chivalry is dead-this fellow killed it. Studious, iamished, and philosophical. Breathe deep! Now sing! He makes this living from hand to mouth. PPRIL TICE SEA N- . Tipping their hats at a iaunty angle, the SOPHOMORES rowed through the dol- drums of the second year. They started to break the ice in extra-curricular activ- ities, and showed signs of easing up on their classwork. Some may have run afoul on the reefs of 219, but in general it was a pleasant voyage. Division 322A pitched right in and helped to bail out the ship by obtaining its Viking quota. Another feather in the room's cap Was the 1002 Log subscription. Divi- sion 20lA Won honors through Robert Posse, who succeeded as an intramural swimming champ. DIVISION 322A MISS VAND SANDS AND MISS KREMER ROW l:.A. Peterman, S. Brown, D. Steffen, G, Asvos, G. Kronlce. ROW 2: D. Anderson, J. Brown, M. Smith, J. Condos. ROW 3: C. Robinson, J. Courtney, H. Barkulis, F. Ostling, H. Herolol. ROW 4: R. Johnson, T. Anastos, A. Niederrnayer, W. Ryman, A. Anderson, J. Martin, A, Rensman, B. Brahos, W. Smith, T. Chrlstopoulos. DIVISION 225A: MISS BRIDGAM ROW l: R. Magnuson, D. Olson, L. Swanell. ROW 2: R. Pearson, E. Ackerman. ROW 3: M. Neuert, B. Melin. ROW 4: M. Marchman, F. Newman. ROW 5: R. Trebilco, F. Rosene, P. Langan, F. Lagg, R. Zeller, J. Engelberit, D. Boenke, N. Fett, J. Koudounis. DIVISION 301A: MRS. CLARKE ROW l: C. Hoppe, R. Luecht, J. Stecker, N. Ray, E. Costopoulos, L. Lewis, D. Joseph. ROW 2: H. Pedersen, B. Kruse, S. Britton, C. Joos, E. Wallace. ROW 3: C. Wolff, L, Golze, M. Leftheris, C. Canacakos. ROW 4: C. Maier, W. Fleming, P. Bearce. DIVISION 201A: MR. SLEPICKA ROW I: H. Eklincl, E. Adams, H. Fagerstrom, R, Koehler. ROW 2: M. Naughton, E. Verch, R, Francis, T. Jones, W. Schertzinger, M. Ge- weke, A. Valos. ROW 3: M. Taly, B. Limbert, L. Fritz, B. Alleshouse, M. Egerer, J. Parker, A. Vidina, B. Hansen, R. Fosse, ROW 4: R. Helmer, H. Schwenesen, O. Weser, W. Mc- Laghlin, W. Magnuson, D. Closter, S. Carl-- feldt. ROW 5: H. Gustafson, H. Carlson, H. Kusse, H. Thompson, F. Bobette. y,iykWM W, 'Ai-py,WWI MW ll wvmfar lf W Wmwmk AMIHJIHIIIAIWW 9 4 W WW I WM X 'MW 4 q R v 'K ,I it v N .. 1 if ' 0 ff v f 1 ., ,I .4 1, MW! I an 0 , ' I I '- Ensign of 1795 Flaq has fifteen stars and fifteen stripes, May I, l795, li ir :g7,,yf170. learnlng the ropes . . . gettlng their sea legs . . . + , i, igasvwbz ' W l011 xXx yl w lll I Ensign of 1818 l.!ll0l0 Zl xzfvlfllfm D . . 17001111011 CW Mwx yfflf f, Stripes reduced to orlglnal number If l .fm M One star tor each state of Union 2 , A xii ' Mfr ,' .Q , il mil X I' 6wr':r:4'.WllIZZ? 4' ffl ,.1.,.,,f ,M DIVISION 115A: MISS BROWNLEE ROW I' A Stephenson A L . . , . opotko, G, Swanson. ROW 2: J. Simos, J. Trimble, M. Leprich. ROW 3: A. Demos, L. Dahlstrorn, D. Baylis, B. Gianopulos, F. Dannhauer, R. Anderson, L. Strelbel, I. Bjork, R. Devo. DIVISION L. R. A: MRS. ROBERTSON ROW I: A. Erbe, B, Koopmann, J. O'Brien. ROW 2' D Hauptmann, M Peisker L B . , . ournakis, Mrs. Robertson, B Bunnel, B. Peterson ROW 3: A. Gurnan, M. Lucas, V. Green, R. Ellinger, B, Rietzler, B Hicks, A. Schroeder, M. Hauser, A. Howes. ROW 4: J. Brunsell S. Mische, V. Post, M. Schrolt, L. Aulin, M. Bruce, J. Hayes, M Luschar, D. Sahlberg, B. Bunnel. ROW 5: C. Atsayes, J. Schaffer, M. Johnson, J. Louis, W. Hein, J. Dezell, H. Goss, D. Stewart. DIVISION 30314: MISS BOWMAN ROW I: B. Krohn, D. Carver, M. Taylor, G. McCarthy. ROW 2 R. Clyne, D. Schneider, S. Williams, V. Lundell. ROW 3: A. Hend rilcs, C, G-arrity, C. Gross, M. Cates. ROW 4: A. Klages, A. Maloney M. Deardorff, J. McGuire, l. Zahn. STANDING: B. Bruhn, A. Ges trich, L. Bell, H. Williams, Miss Bowman, L. Gottschlich, D.. Schubert R. Seitz, T. Crehore G. Peterson C Bloomenthal J Shik I. , , . , . r , Se- rocki, G. Nelson. Upon entering the Sophomore Sea, these divisions showed their appreciation for a profitable first year at Amundsen, by splashing high in the War stamps drive. Viking quotas were sought 'and Won by 303A and LUNC ' HROOM A. The former, along with 1151-L . was among the leaders in contributions to the Red,Cross. So, sophs, break out your school spirit! "Never mind me, I'm all right. Look after those other fellows." Midshipmen James T. Cruse, July I'-7, 1907. Dying words following a turret explosion. 0 G S T E 0 0 0 acquiring grease . . Academic duties, like roaring breakers, beat their impressions upon the activi- ties ot Divisions 128A, 330A. and 3231-L They deserve special Commendation for attaining their Viking subscription quotas. Two future athletic "greats" are Thomas Collins, an intramural Wrestling champ, and Donald Rehteldt, runner-up free-throw champ. "Tom" is in 330A and "Don" is in 323A. Keep up the good Work, fellows! 1-R i - M11 , . 5- A i'i'f 91 ,-,QZAI L21 ' ' , P 5 1 i "How about a date tonight?" DIVISION 128A: MR. GLAMORE ROW I: A. Mouzakis, G. Orloclc, F. Poutre, M. Sondel, J. Mitchell, D. Schroe der. ROW Z: R. Huendort, P. Evar, M. Manos, Mr. Glamore, O. Dernas, R. Spahr ROW 3: L. Rickan, J. Elrngren, L. Greiser, M, Brotrnan, E. Giannaris, E. Baird D. Andersen. ROW 4: R. Gartner, H. Steinke, J. Gekas, E. Hartung, H. Hoch riem, P. Beatty. DIVISION 33014: AMR. BUCHTEL ROW l: E. Anderson, S. Woodford, M, Koch, R. Fullerton, A. Gustafson, D. Lied- strand, B. Baumann. ROW 2: T. Collins, M. Nelsen, W. Maksirnow, L. Rogus R. Dunlap, l. Ernst, D. Vassilakos, B. Krasny. ROW 3: M. Schulz, B. Lindbloom A. McKeever, M. Mockler, R. Gillespie, L. Kessler, M. Kachantones. ROW 4 P. Bloom, G. Seretis, R. Weiss, R. Weiss, L. Ekdahl, D. Estabrook, L. Meyer V. Rebenstort. DIVISION 323A: MISS ECKFELDT ROW l: M. Kalodimos, J. Alcerman, J, Witte, D. Reese, B. Gillis, l. Anderson K. Grutzrnacher, D. Oddy, D. Rehfeldt. ROW 2: l. Ohnmacht, R. Sommer, C Schneider, C. Geoffrey, A. Peterson, M. Peo, C. Mitchell. ROW 3: P. Lagios E. Smith, l. Jones, G. Massa, M. Papas. ROW 4: D. Korlconeas, B. Gart, C Nicholas, J. Keifer. ROW 5: S. Natzke, M. Hosp. learnzng to secure . wooden ways . breaking out pea-coats . . With possibilities of bilqers and sat sa- viors the SOPHOMORES keep up the pace as usual. Practice cruises have led into the real thing, good old "read- in', 'ritin', and 'rithmeticf' Splendid co- operation has been received from these divisions in Log and Viking subscrip- tions' quotas. Holding her to starboard side has taken time and patience. Keep her there! DIVISION 312A: MISS KRON ROW l: Miss Kron, F. Albright, J. Lins, C. Mayle, R. Lippert. ROW 2: K, Kipp, R, De- Meyer, E. Valerugo, B. Riker, M. Harris, R. Peters, M. Johnson. ROW 3: V. Flint, L. Burg, B. Labahn, C. Evar, G. Huber, D. McCarn- bridge, C. Cerelin, C. Kennedy, B. Tuttle. ROW 4: E. Wyant, J. Gillies, R. Kuss, R. Krohn, R. Johnson, W. Ruhl, F. Balmes. DIVISION 31714: MRS. C. HAYES ROW I: R. Hunter, G. Maniates, A. Lorincz, G. Lunclrnark, E. Scheider, M. Fischer, J, Ro- berts, M. Lutt, P. Lyman, S. Lund. ROW 2: V. Ryser, D, Schuster, L. Siegl, H. Krell, B. Boesnecker, F. Krueger, C. Sanchez. ROW 3: E. Boening, C. Kahn, D. McLeod, J. Harvey, W. Spiegl. ROW 4: L. Baltzer, A. Kelly, R. Zuber, J. Wenzel. ROW 5: L. Knapp, A. Papae Costas. ROW 6: Mrs. Hayes. DIVISION 30714: MISS LARSEN ROW l: M. Greenwald, G. Zemel, J. Dierssen, V. Kinnas, T. Bennett, V. Larson, E. Rieger, L. Marth. ROW 2: A. Fisher, G. Parker, B. Tillot- son, H. Krueger, J. Govis, J. Serotzke, D. Kiesgen, P. Shea. DIVISION 306A MISS McDONALD ROW I: M. Baker, D. Hudson, E. Mosher, E. McCarthy, A. Franks, P. Syoen. ROW 2: M. Harrison, T. Knipe, Miss McDonald, B. Krebs, J. Kremer, G. Tait. ROW 3: D. Paulsen, G. Gavitt, H. Christos, V. Carter, M. O'Keefe, E. Thies, G. Siegel. ROW 4: J. Hamilton, J. Cotharin, N. Sander, C. Klinge, V. Lopez, C. Nilsen, M. Petersen. ROW 5: C. Potter, G. Roder, G. Jastram, B. Donovan, J. Grabert, G. Argianas, M. Layelle. Commodore Thomas Truxtun Commander ot U. S. Frigate CONSTELLATION Naval War ot l798. R Q Q Q strained gonlcs . . . do a lot of runnzng . . . l 1 ll X Hats ott to the division Whose muscle-men have really earned their stripes! Al- though only in their second year, the sophomore strong-arms of Chandler- Stricker-Lavery-Marks-l:'ranksAVoisard ot Division 392A have not only gained positions on the school Football, Baseball, Track, and Wrestling Teams, but have plowed through to several championships as an intramural team. As if these plausible feats were not enough, the members of 329A also reached their Viking quota, as did those of 218A and 2031-X. DIVISION 203A: MRS. RHODES ROW I: Mrs. Rhodes, D. Watson, T. Ander- son, B. Williams, W. Fleming, J, Doe. ROW 2: L. Koclanis, T. McHugh, P. Doleman, L. Levine B, Donovan, K. Paolick, V. Kolettes, H. Kozaida. ROW 3: R. Karcher, L. Mitchell, F. Singer, A. Stallmann, J. Pearson, A. Dia- cos, B. Monsen, D. Bjorklund, R. Dahlberg. ROW 4: A. Esser, A. Betzelos, J. Weaver, P. Anthony, A. Hembd, R. Ford, K. Thomson, E. Nadolski, DIVISION 218A: MISS O'NEIL ROW I: J. Fleming, C. Adamkiewicz, R. Nord- stedt, S. Barcklay. ROW 2: J. Baldaccini, I. Fridstrom, Miss O'NeiI, J, Schulze, F. Sotern, L. Jacobs. ROW 3: E. Gundberg, D. Norton, G. Baule, D. Petmezas, C. Erskine, B. Nortman, M. Frey. ROW 4: D. Tekip, A. Dwyer, M. Mori, H. Gruber, R. Ecklund, J. Peterson. ROW 5: G. Kosebas, M. Martens, C. Peterson, J. Denney, B, Vavul. DIVISION 329.4 MISS NELSON AND MR. MADIGAN ROW I: N. Mitchell, J. Spiel, J. Voisard, B. Ginley, E. Lavery, N, Mark, B. Chandler, P. Stricker, R. Frank. ROW 2: M. Johnson, P. Johnston, C. Davis, J. Hoffmann, M. Connors, P Booh J Gr R . t , . ay. OW 3: J. Kors, L. Ke- vnll, E. Feld, A. Lundell, L. Gitsinger. ROW 4: E. Hicks, N. Rieker, N. Gray, L. Gernskie. ROW 5: G. Schmitt, V. Pollack. A1!'Q:g-V Z5 ,1 The U. s. Frigate CONSTITUTION, L E1 7 "Old Ironsidesf' Built by Navy, October 2l, I797. rl' in ' il " ,suv HI . me - .wi- il ef .4i"' ,Mau lll0l'l3S . . . ighting the sopho l5 I M... , ... 4 l -.., vq iernczl triangle! Art for cxri's sake. Yes, sireel Alas, the in Could these be book worms cxt Amund- sen? Now, Virginia go back and get cx legiti- Pigs is pigs, be they big or smcxll. mme one' Dan Mayan adds his bn lor defense' Don Mische and Wilbur Schurtzinger , Al Baird iiring Q brocxdside ut studious advise Bruce Tuttle how WS done. "Old Billf' Tut' Naval Academy mascot Shirley Lund. . 3 DIVISION 224.4 6 MRS. HEFLIN ROW I: D. Swetman, B. Mitchell, R.dMitchell, J. Briggs, P. Astre- ne es, N. Lianos G Atsaves E Worselc, J. Giamborrie. ROW 2: R. Peterson, L. Wanen, D. Nelson, L. Lietzow, B. Mclntyre, D Meehleis, A. Frey, B. Perry. ROW 3: B. Dappert, C. Cratts, L. Chioles, M, Canacakos, R. Fel- man, P. Butler. ROW 4: Mrs. Hetlin, V. Canacakos, U. Sempl. DIVISION 226A MRS. BAXTER Row 1: 1. R empas, B. Johnson, E. Cosmus I. Malleris, A. Mac- Arthur, M. Geiger, A. Thurber, L. E' k ' ' rnc son. ROW 2. M. Bartolann M. Folos, S. Lindberg, F. Olsen, Mrs. Baxter, P. Ramse, l. Katsah- nias, M. Cooper. ROW 3: A. Rusk, S. Schultz, A. Pierson, 6. Thoma, K. McArthur, P. Christ- man, B. Ruloack, J. Bentley. ROW 4: M. Baba, L. Daugherty, D. Pett, E. Lindstrorn, N. Carlfelclt, E. Peisker, M. Erstrom, L. Klock. I I -:tl FLVHZ 1 in , I V . Y,-, - - ' 'Y A - f' ,v ffl il The U.S.S. SQUALUS. Sunk May 23, I939--Raised Sept. I5, I939. DIVISION 21 7A MR. CARMICHAEL ROW I: D. O'Laughin, N. Swan- son, M. Russell, K. Spear, L. Genaze, B. Wilson, D. Miller, E. Schreiber, ROW 2: H, Sarros, C. Stasinos, C. Bereiter, Mr. Car- michael, R, Gawron, B. Epp, B. Zirnrnerrnan. ROW 3: W. West- rich, P. Krier, E. Anderson, C. Swanson, H. Mansnerus, M. Kane. ROW 4: B. Wilson, D. Murbach, F. Weill, L. O'l'lart. ROW 5: T. Harland, B. Chalmers, B. Peterson. ROW 6: B. Blair. Filling the pap with their Macs, the IUNIORS cruised past the third milestone in high school lite by getting into the swing of things The - Y shot the rapids of idleness in the canoe of social activity, and stowed up much knowledge on their journey. I Division 226A kept the flag flying high and showed its patriotism by buying the greatest number of war stamps aboard the "S S Amu d- . . n sen." This same division also met its Viking quota. Anchoring their divisions with IUUCXQ Log subscriptions, the sailors ot 226A and 224A rated high on the list ot junior divisions. 224A was ranked among the highest tive purchasers of ' war stamps of the entire school a d l n aso were generous contributors to the Red Cross. SE MEN 2N Q Q Q they know the ropes . . . beating their gums . . . With three years of sailing already part ot the record, we find the members of the junior class preparing them- selves for the last lap of their high school voyage. As they were a socially-minded crew, a good deal of their time was spent forming and cementing friendships to carry with them onto the Sea of Lite. Division 2055. in order to look hack on the "good old days," stored away its quota of Vikings as reminders. DIVISION 318.4 MRSL ARMSTRONG ROW I: A. Bracken, P. Pullman, L. Whalen, W. Woody. ROW 2: R. Ullman, R. Youngren, J. Cnirpe A. Bauer. ROW 3: M. Clausen, Gi Cates, G. Dawe, A, Motta, B Evans. Row 4: D, wsrimeyef, P' Peterson, V. Seeberg, S. Wenslse, D. Britton. Z 52+ K I. . I, X . . A v N 1 "Landing par DIVISION 215A MISS PURER ROW i: A. Hellberg, J. Wagner ROW 2: M. l-lolmen, Miss Purer C, Zemek, ROW 3: P. Corthinos W. Sandsted, G. Livas, B. Koelscli C. Landstrorn. ROW 4: C. Lar- son, E. Anderson, G. Jeanis, H Torp, L, Walker, J. Grinde, C Timander, A. Broms, L. Villwocl: DIVISION 205.4 MR. SMALL ROW I: J. Jenknis, V. Berloerian, D. Arnopol, B. Kerwin, D. Lorcli, M. Pistorio, L. Dittrnan, V. Strutz- mann, E. Nichols. ROW 2: D. Freimuth, H. Bodeen, H. Wool- gar, B. Sweeney, A. Koch, A. Enarson, J. Brockhoff. ROW 3: R. Nelson, A. Emanuelson, R. Pear- son, L. Davidson, E. Carson. ROW 4: K. Holsinger, J. J. Wright, Mr. Small. ty, salute!" The HOLLAND. , ""' Father of American submarines, Built by John P. Holland, I898. HAPP While covering the third quarter of their journey as passengers on the "S.S. Amundsenf' the members of Division 314A stored away their memories by tiiiing their Viking quota. The students oi Division 2161-X. aiong With those oi 3l6A. kept up with the ship's activities through whole-hearted support of the Log. DIVISION 21614: MISS KEARNS ROW I: B. Long, M. Eder, J. Joelns, C. Colegrove. ROW 2: W, Harrison, P. Corbett, L. Chudzihslri, G. Hotes, F. Anderson. ROW 3: R. Linclorff, S. Papa- stetan, J. Kiefer, R. Gibson, C. Graf. ROW 4: M. Salsburg, D. Floyd, G. Peter- son, D. Cunningharn. ROW 5: J. Wagner, W. Wanlrel, G. Melville, R, Mueller. ROW 6: J. McMillen, F. Valdivia, J. Levy, DIVISION 117A MISS HANLON ROW I: B. Johnson, S. Kaltenborn, M. Harding. ROW 2: M. Laux, V. Krowlca, L. Batterson, C, Merrnigas, Miss Hanlon. ROW 3: J. Crawtord, C. Lamack, L. Ficlc. O. Lekander, S, Adams, W. McConnell. ROW 4: L. Kern, E. Gustavson, T. Gibbons, W. Dodt, R. Osterberg. ROW 5: L. Weichbrudt, D. Starck, V. Van Houghton. DIVISION 314A: MR. HUDDY ROW I: E. Strassheim, L. Rasmussen, A. Barbour, B. Giannaris, G. Yonan. ROW 2: P. Slimm, A. LaVelle, I. Steurbaut, E. McNamara, Mr. Huddy. ROW 3: M. Gil- mour, A. Speirs, G. Trihas, J. Edwalds. ROW 4: P. Petersdort, P. Bleidt, W. Kress- ner, J. Jones. ROW 5: R. Rapoporte, M. Josefson, J. Morrissey, B. Flannery. ROW 6: W. Schaller, J. Seifert, C. Derrnclc, J. Mager. DIVISION 316.4 MRS. KELSO AND MISS SHAY ROW I: L. Knicl, A. Parker, B. Glees, P. Mosely, G. Mazer, C. Johnson, Mrs. Kelso. ROW 2: T. King, F. Mangan, R. Hendrick- son. ROW 3: B. Kirkpatrick, F. Sutton, G. I-loffmeyer, J. Borders. ROW 4: L. Kirn- ball, J. Freedirig, C. Katris, R. Olson. W I V E S 0 0 0 fear of rivers . . . always griping . . As We sailed along the rugged coastline look- ing for an inlet that was alive with activity, We sighted Division 326A. With every student a reader of the Log, it is entirely appropriate that the shiprnates of Division 326A should buzz with current news. The group deserves credit for their fine school spirit, not only in supporting the Log, but also tor the sizeable contribution made to the Red Cross. DIVISION 22114: MRS. KING ROW I: M. Doetsch, R. Fetsch, M. Willoughby, L. Ring. ROW 2: E. Kirby, Mrs. King, A. Baird. ROW 3: B. Connell, M. Becker, H. Eiberger, M. Timmerman. ROW 4: N. Dunn, K. Nickolson, D. Bauer, J. Donovan. ROW 5: M. Weiner, D. Huntington, C. Rauschert, H. Sweeny, D. Dovekas. ROW 6: B. Murphy, R. .Terp, L. Kreissl, J. Potratl. DIVISION 222A: MISS OWENS ROW I: G, Brinkman, T. Williams, J. Polychrones, T. Kendall. ROW 2: M. Yagodics, L. Johnson, L. Schmidt, J. Hayes, C. Gallanis. ROW 3: P. Martin, S. Schiffer, J. Stout, M. Welsh, R. Schwab. ROW 4: J. Jensik, P.,Rahn, E. Flodberg, D. Cook, i.. Lawson. DIVISION 326.4 MRS. MIDDENDORFF ROW I: L. Logiudice, C. Mc- Coskey, E. Endres, M. Mac- Dougall, B. Hansen, Mrs. Mida dendorff. ROW 2: H. Geltis, J. McBride, F. Van Bogaert, L. Yetto, P, Richter, T. Johnson, V. Munson, E. Castonier. ROW 3: S. Misiak, J. Hagen, E. Hoetter, R. Schottelc, S. Furla, A. Pearson, R. Parker, J. West. "Joe Gish." DIVISION 324.4 MISS PHILBRICK ROW I: A, Erickson, E. Carl- son, 'L. Oelschlaeger, Miss M. Phibrick. ROW 2: I, Magnu son, F. Johnson, C. Fischer. ROW 3: B. Deright, 6. Zemke V. Hansen. ROW 4: B. Bro niec, E. Seeds, J. Monahan Row 5: A. Iverson J Ras: mussen, J. Holm. ROWIB: D Cullitan, A, Reilly. DIVISION 121A MISS RUSSELL MRS. BAILEN ROW I: V. Nordstedt, M. Blankee, E. Chapin, P. Collins, D. Bickel, E. Stieren, E. Restis ROW 2: W. Barbour, B Sprecll, K. Ryan, W. Gilbert D. Campbell, D. Stake, R Dick. ROW 3: R. Olson, A. Keller, G. Mitchell T O'ReiIv J. Nosbaum, G. Alexander, D1 Berg. 5 WIWEP I.- Tl!! A . Y Wifi., dh N iii I X gig, Q ,A-Oggg I ' ' I Tecumseh or the "God of 2.5." The tradition is "good luck for those throwing pennies and giving a left-hand salute." To small boys collecting tribute pennies he is the "Statue of the Profit." GREASIIIR . . . paying their footing . . . caught by the current . . . scoffers . . . DIVISION 212A MR. SMYTHE ROW I: A. Cameron, D. Bianchi, B. I-Iarrast. ROW 2: J. Witt- rneyer, F, Feret, A. Hein, L. Wagner, ROW 3: A. G-ries, J. Schultz, A. Propst, V. Kastens, B. Wall. ROW 4: J. Letang, G. Iverson, S. Coyle, J. Christoffel. ROW 5: B. Marks, J. Bork, M. Olson, E. Kaunzinger. ROW 6: T. Kreutzer A. Beck, R. Stoneham, E. Szewczyk. ROW 7: H. Hoffman, W. Downes, W. Adams, R. Spanjian. ii The sailing on the tempestuous third-year sea was rather rough, rna e to t e brig, but the juniors carne out of the voyage none the Worse for the ordeal. As a ni ter of fact, these students have used the past year to good ad- ge Wrapped up in friendships has away to be used in voyages yet to come. Divi- sions 121A. 2125. and 324A gained recognition by reaching their Viking quotas. In addition, 324A gave one of the largest contributions in the school to the Red Cross. and a beaten path was d h at- vantage. A cargo of knowled been stored junior-senior deck Carol Zemek does it again. You two! With Henderson's gas ration. Hide that eraser. sneak! Now open your eyes, fellows! After class huddle-or, working for an S in chemistry. Vaughn Stieber. pull in your teeth and smile! S130 BS Q . This is the Viking staff in action! You wouldn't guess it. Mr. Joe Gish, alias William Haag, lands in the brig! The gray nineties as portrayed by Pat Weiss. Marilyn Thompson, Susie Kinkle, and Betty Wilson. "Fight her till she sinks, and don't give up the shzp IBI3 Captain Lawrence on board the CHESAPEAKE, June The epitome of the traditions and the spirit of the Navy. -.0-rs Q' Yfajgg,-,gn i Cutting through the Waves of its first semester among the SEN- IOR DIVISIONS was 223A. It came out with top honors among the 4B's. Making use of its preponderant sea power, it was the first group in the school to purchase S100 in War stamps, and by bleeding the buoy it also led in contributions to the Red Cross. ln addition, the Vik- ing quota Was reached, together with a M076 subscription to the Log. The Navy "E" goes to these students for their superla- tive recordl Division 328A did not let the prow of 223A skim too far ahead. lts commendable donation to the Red Cross was its most distinguishing feature. DIVISION 313A MR. HANKWITZ ROW I: M. Boeth, L. Haig, R. Davis, B. Voght. ROW 2: J. Co- burn, G. Griffith, P. Pagano, R. Bixler. ROW 3: J. Maurides, M. Stern, M. Pappas, A, Salopoulos. ROW 4: J. Kalbacher, C. Ewald, J. Richardson. ROW 5: D. Jones, A. Hedges, J. Johnson, R. Camp- bell. ROW 6: G. Tschudy, H. Swanson, C. Hinds. DIVISION 328A MRS. MEIERDIERKS MR. GALLAGHER ROW l: A. G-lesener, E. Peters, D. Ream, B. DeSwarte, l.. Eick- staedt, J. Lehrman, C. Richards. ROW 2: J. Lenberg, E. O'Bannon, B. Swlslcow, D. Harz, S, Terrace, A. Bloorn. ROW 3: B. Haag, A. Lilly, H. Luschar, L. Junnes, B. Thornas, L. Krater. ROW 4: D. Magnuson, J. Beutlich, D. Arvid- son, R, Evans, R. Meharg, J. Rulsoylanes. our ship . . . handy luneh hooks . . . spoons . . . old salts . . . DIVISION 223.4 MRS. KOLB ROW I: D. Kachantones, J. Crew ford, B. Fullerton, C Reyner, M Pfau, E. Carlsen, M. Taube, G Strfoh, M. Ninntz. ROW' 2: B Bennett, E. Cletcher, G. Newlands E. Draugells, D. Makinson, E. G-ol ler, J. Peterson, P. Lundauist ROW 3: V. Neal, S. Meinert, C Meyer, A. Geweke, A. Gegounes R. Lentrnan, L. Okerberg, G Powell. ROW 4: G. Vroornan, E Magnuson, J. Mersch, D. Brieslce E. Johnson, F. Kazlo, ROW 5: l-l Constantine, A. Fluckiger, J, Gum merman, W. Gasper. DIVISION 315.4 MR. WEINBERG ROW I: D. Canacakos, l. Johnson M. Dugo, J. Williams, M. Gray M. Warnnan, D. Andres. ROW 2 R. Hendry, L. Petropulos, R Coope, F. Sal.ee, l. Hartolcolis, S Manos. ROW 3: L. Trethaway, H Zervas, E. Eyett, B. Benson, R Mueller, Mr. Weinberg. ROW 4 l-l. Wilson, R. Kull, B. Canatsy A. Berlinger. Q Q Q shellbachs of 0 xx Wdmmf 4501410 . . . When the day's chore is done and the body needs a rest from its tasks, young heads show themselves above deck, for there's always a song to be sung, a yarn spun, or a star to be wondered at. They strew the deck with their hearty selves, and joke over the blisters and the fatigue, knowing that blisters got on a hundred hands at a job well done are garlands in the human tribute to man's need for man. f, I N' Silent companionship . . . I? Cadet days at Annapolis. 51 f W , ' 1 f tx ' Q f ' I I Q ' 1 0 pri 1 f Nik jf! 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It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us-that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion-that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain-that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedomfand that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. Lincoln, Gellysburg .-iddrcss, 1865'- Tuou, Too, SAIL ON. 0 Ship of State! Sail on, 0 Union, strong and great! Humanity with all its fears, With all the hopes of future years, Is hanging breathless on thy fate! Fear not each sudden sound and shock, 'Tis of the wave and not the rock, 'Tis but the flapping of the sail, And not a rent made by the gale! In spite of rock and tempest's roar, In spite of false lights on the shore, Sail on, nor fear to breast the seal Our hearts, our hopes, are all with thee. Our hearts, our hopes, oIIr prayers, our tears, Our faith triumphant o'er our fears, Are all with thee-are all with thee! Longfellow, The Building 1y'lhc Ship Sir . WITH MALlt'1E Towum NONE: with charity for allg with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are ing to bind the nation's wounds, to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan-Hto do all which may achieve and cherish a just and last- ing peace among ourselves, and with all nations. l4lIll'0lll, Second lmuzgural .-trldrcxs, IMi:3. 'k 'A' i' i' 'k i' 'A' i' i NAVY S ANG... In using slang lhroughoul lhe boo 2. we have done it wilh a spiril of humor and liveliness, lelling the chips fall where lhey may. No offense has been intended, and we hope no one has been offended. This is the living language, perhaps the harbinger of lhings lo come. The slajf would like lo lhank alumnus Brendan McCann of June class '41, Qnd-class seaman aboard lhe S.S. Kaskaskia, a lanker somewhere in the PacUic, for his generous co-operation and palience will: us in compiling this slang rocabulary. been garneredfrom HAnnapolis Today" and "U.S. Naval Academy". ANGEL CAKE AND WINE'-Bread and water. BATTLEVVAGON-Battleship. DE AT SEA-Be doubttul. PE IN GEAR-At v ork. BEATING YOUR GUMS-Always com- plaining. BETWEEN WIND AND WATER-Vulnen able. BILGE-Flunk. BLACK GANG-Mechanical helpers. BLEEDING THE BUOY-Letting the water out. BLOU-Blouse. BLUE PETER-Pennant meaning, "pas- sengers come aboard." EOILERMAKERS-The band. BONE-Study. BOOTS-Recruits. BOW-Front. V BRACE-Military posture. BREAK OUT-Display. BRICK-A ni-'I with glasses. BRISTOL FASHION-Very neat and Clean. BULKHEAD-Wall. BULL SESSION-Talk test, BUMBOAT-Boat supplying provisions to ships. BUSH-Tree. BUST-Fail. BUZZARDS-Rating badge ot a 2 P. O. CAULK OFF-To sleep, particularly in the daytime. CEILING-Visibility. CHIPPING YOUR TEETH-Always corn- plaining. CIT-Civilian. COLLISION MATS--Pancakes. COMPANY COMMANDER-Chief petty otlicer who trains recruits. COMPANY P. O.-Recruits who savvy military drill. CORK OFF-Sleep. CRACK-Open. CUTTING A DIDO-Showing ott. DAGO-Any toreign language. DEMO-Demerit. DETENTION-Recruits' tirst three weeks in the navy. DEVIL TO PAY-Hard task to do. DITTY BOX-Box containing a sailor's odds and ends. DRAGS-Girls. DREAM SACK-Bed. DUTCHMAN'S BREECHES-A patch ot blue sky, signifying the breaking up ot a gale. EX SCIENTIA TRIDENS-Annapolis mot- to: "From knowledge, sea power." EXEC-Executive otlicer. EYES IN THE BOAT--Keep your eyes to the tront. FEMME-Young lady. FIELD DAY-Day to clean up. FISH-Torpedo. FLYING SOUADRON--Last ten men in atter a dance. FOG BOUND-In a daze. FOO FOO-Pertume. FOULING THE ANCHOR-Getting tangled up. FRAP-Get unfavorable notice on con- duct report. GALLEY YARNS--Scuttlebutts. OASKETS-I-Iotcalfes. GINCI'IeNice looking girl. GONK-Head. . GOUGE-Vfritten solution ot a proh- lem. GRAVY TRAIN-A triend who teeds a midshipman. GREASE-lntluence. GREASE MARK-Mark in "Aptitude tor ' Service." GREASIOR-One who helps his own progress. GREASY-Impression on seniors tore- most in his mind. GUESS WARP ROPE-A rope used to make tast a boat. HAMMOCK LADDER-No such thing. HELL CATS-Drum and Bugle Corps. HOLIDAY ROUTINE-Everyone takes it easy. HOLY JOE-The chaplain. HONEY BARGE-For retuse only. IDLER-Liable to constant duty. JIMMYLEGS-Uniformed guard. JOE GISH-Mac. JO-POT CIRCLE-Source ot many scuttlebutts. JUICE-Electrical engineering. KEEL-HAULING-Old torm ot punish- ment. KIYI-Small brush. KNOW BY THE CUT OF THE JIB- Judge character by appearance. LASHING A BROOM TO FORE TOP- MAST-Sign ot challenge. LIBERTY HOUND-One who likes to stay ashore. LOST BATTALION-Mess attendants. LUCKY BAG-Lost and tound bag. LUNCH HOOKS-Hands. MAC-Anybody's name in the navy. MAN OVERBOARD-Social error. MASTER-AT-ARMS-Sea corporal. MESS GEAR-Setting the table tor mess. MISERY HALL-Overhaul spot tor dame aged athletes. MISS SPRINGFIELD-A ritle. MOKE-Corridor boy. MOILIFEY JACKET-Full-dress unitorm ou. MONTHLY INSULT-Pay. MUD WATER-Cottee. MUSTANG-Commissioned otticer who rose trorn the ranks. PAP-Conduct report. PAYING YOUR FOOTING-Paying the crew tor your experiences. PEA-COAT-Top coat. POGEY BAIT-Candy, gum. POLLYWOG-One who has never crossed the equator. ' PORT-Lett. P-RADE-Parade. P-WORK-Practical exercises. RATEY-One who makes use ot the rates ot others. RED MIKE-A woman hater. R.H.I.P.-Rank Hath Its Privileges. Some slang has also RISE AND SHINE-Get up! RIVER-Exam. RUNNING-Hating. SACK-Otticial responsibility. SANDBLOWER-A shorty. SAT-Passing. SAVOIRS-Academically brilliant. SAVVY-Mental state ot savoir. SAW' AWAY THE BULWARKS-Light en ship to make it run taster. SCOFFER-Rapid eater. SCUTTLEBUTT - Rumor ot doubttul Orlqln. SEA GULL-Chicken. SEA LAWYER-Displays incomplete knowledge ot a subject. SECURE-Knock ott work. SEP LEAVE-Vacation. SHELLBACK-One who has crossed the equator. SHIPPING OVER-Never quitting. SHIVERIN' LIZ-Jello. SHOOT CHARLIE NOBLE-Clean the stove pipe. SHOOT THE BREEZE-Argue or discuss SKINNY-Physics and chemistry. SKIVVIES-Underclothes. SKY PILOT-The chaplain. SLIP STICK-Slide rule. ' SLOP JOCKEY-Mess cook. SLOPS-Ready-made clothes. SLUM-Stew. SMOKERS-Boxers and wrestlers. SMOOTHIE-Ooposite ot a Red Mike. SNAKE-Smoothie. SOB SUNDAY-Day set aside tor grief because ot the pending departure ot upperclassmen. SPANISH ATHLETE-One not athletic- ally inclined. SPARKY-Electrician. SPLICE THE MAIN BRACE-Do a ditii- cult job. SPOON-Friendly upperclassman. SPOON ON-Shake hands: readily agree. STAR-Savvy. STARBOARD-Right. STEAM-Engineering. STEM-Bow. STEP OUT-Lend a hand. STERN-Rear. STRIPER-Midshipman otticer. TEA FIGHTS-Tea dances. THOUSAND THINGS-Beans. TIN CAN-Destroyer. TREE-List ot academic delinguents. TROU-ffrousers. TURN TO-Start work. UNSAT-Not passing. VELVET-Marks above passing. . WALKY TALKY - One who talks too much. WHIFF-Any period ot time less than six hours. WIFE-Roommate. WOODEN-Academically low-standing. YARD ENGINE-Femme. YOUNGSTER- A third class midship- man. 2.5-Passing. N "It's 'very odd that sailor-men should talk so very queer." -lngoldsby Legends. CIIANTEY S N GER . . . W..-,..., fm., 5 . l FALL CHORUS ROW l: B. Koelsch, D. Arvldson, 6. Hoffmeyer. ROW 2: D. Bunke, J. Govis, C. Maier, A. Erbe, B. Thompson. ROW 3: B. Barnbach, S. Carlfeldt, C. At- saves, D. Stewart, L. Toskas. ROW 4: P. Russell, C. Roelle, D. Walker. ROW 5: B. Magnuson, R. Kull, E. Verch. Miss Joanne Stefanik SPRING CHORUS ROW l: J. Hari, E. Emanuel, M. Vor- rnittag, J. Taylor. ROW 2: F. Keil, E Eshoo, J. Steiner, N. Anthony, B Thompson. ROW 3: R. Zagars, R. Doo- nan, F, Spencer, C. Roelle, E. Kleitsch G. Hoffmeyer, C. Catelain. ROW 4' P. Booth, R. Walance, N. Marks, N Mitchell, H. Thompson, N. Surface ROW 5: F, Kazlo, A. Klousls, K. Thom- son, W. Hardell, D. Lewan. fgr- 'X- .1 ., . f' I r ill X' tv The life of Riley." A mad scramble for musical acclaim! Noi up the sing- ing scale, but up the rungs of the maintenance ladder in the auditorium. Nick Marks and Richard Franks were the eager aspiranis who performed so nobly dur- ing a practice session held by the BOYS' CHORUS. Working under an air oi friendliness and good will aiiracied many of the organizations members. Both classical and popular tunes filled the song lists and kept the gobs busy. and naturals . . . they sound the keynote . . . all is harmony . . . FALL CHORUS TOP: Barkulis, Fett, Stiernberg, Lin dahl, DeVriese, Berg, Feller, Wett- meyer, Davis, Kiesgen, Kiltoy, Tarr Corbett, Sullivan, Hannon, ROW 2 Koenig, Diacos, Wallace, Lippert Pilecky, Ohnmacht, Boule, Troester Bracken, Porter, Sahlberg, Rietzler Kesses, Elliott, Kann, Mandl. ROW 3 Schroeder, Cullen, Prentiss, Taylor, Vidina, Williams, Blomquist, Sander son, Simmons, Hauser, Schroeder, Ring nber Earle Sharke Donovan ge, Q, . , v. ,. Levine, Fincke, Praater. ROW 4: Otis, Paulsen, Osborn, Esser, Mori, Sproude Olson, Ray, Kruse, Flint, Zemek Oelschlaeger, Geoffray, Taly, Gade ROW 5: Marth, Lins, Gray, Koch Mitchell, Kudsk, Burke, Whitehill, An derson, Benner, McCormick, Spahr, Snowden, Tausig. ROW 6: Elenz, An- derstrom, Lehman, Anhalt, Swenson, Johnson, Mrs. Waggoner, Dierssen, Brotman, Erskine, Vail, Cooper, Weav- er, ROW 7: Maloney, Arentz, Doer- schner, Serocki, Kiellander, Askounis, Meier, Diacos, l-lartokolis, Roberts. Mrs. Emily Waggoner SPRING CHORUS ROW I: Taly, Contos, Seraydarian, Brotman, Shirk, Porter, Boule ROW 2: Bruhn, Gray, Benner, Vail, Koch, Whitehill, Anderson Cooper, Snowden. ,ROW 3: Bregger, McCarthy, Levine, Schroederl, Kiellander, Johnson, Cullen, Prentiss, Kesses, Elliott, Droth, Sharkey, Ringgenberg, Maloney. ROW 4: Berg, Chevlin, Lindahl, Milford, Mandl, Joffery, Roberts, Ohnmacht, McGuire, Gilchrist, Pearson, Tailor Smith. ROW 5. l-led es Evar Serocki Bur S roudie, . ' Q i i i Qi P Hunter, Flint, Feller, Anderson, Chakoian, Krebbs. The GIRLS' CHORUS has spent the past year quite profitably as a group, and also as individuals. ln the former capacity, the girls have given many performances. Among these were civic and patriotic pro- grams in the neighborhood, and for the P.T.A. ln addition, a number of girls took part in the Variety Show. A few of the choristers have taken up the study oi music seriously. Lois Burg appeared in the opera, "Magic Flutei' downtown, and Mar- guerite Whitehill sang at a performance of the opera "Pinafore". An- other student, Colleen Geoffray, is studying under Madame DeVries. NAUTICA Y RBLE- . FALL CHORUS ROWI W Wood B Hu hes D Schueler F Albri ht 2 . y, . g , . , . A. Schiffman. ROW 2: H, Preuhs, M. Milling, G. Meygen L. Trethaway, S. Wenske, P, Moseley, S. Natzke, l. Gustaf son, F. Lagg. ROW 3: W. Schatsick, B. Wilson, J. Chiroe M. Fischer, D. Troester, P. Johnston, J. Sanders, D Oliver, A. Miller. ROW 4: A. Stephenson, D, Carver G. Stroh, J. Quinn, L, Rogus, B. Wiese, B. Melin, V. Lar son, B. Norton, W. Maksimow. ROW 5: J, Gibson, D Dovekas, R. Seitz, R. Anderson, J. Vidlund, W. Stieber, R. Magnuson, D. Cullitan, P, Booth, K. Frauen. "A" SPRING CHORUS Johanson, D. Miller, D. Heurkins, M. Long, D. Sim, H, Golenko. ROW 2: A. Thornwald, M, Jenkin' son, R. Carnm, H. Pallis, M. Harrison, B. Beaucock, D. Wagner. ROW 3: M. Brown, l-l. Focht, L. Johnson, V. Hagen, D. Glenn, L. Praiter. ROW 4: L. Buny, M. Fitz- patrick, G. Ostrand, W. Schatsick, B. Turner, L. Rogus. ROW 5: J. Carlson, M. Moseley, D. Pagogna, F. Lagg, A. Allison. ROW 6: N. Woodford, F. Albright, J. Thiele, B. Mallars, J. Williarns, B. Klingwall. ROW 7: R. Lecture, C, Hinds, M. Golk. ROW l: D. "B" SPRING CHORUS ROW l: J. Groeger, P. Johnston, M. Kilioy, Y. Pihl, A, Endres, M. Dugo. ROW 2: L. Golze, J. Lenberg, L. Osborn, l. Johnson, L. Trethaway, J. Banasch, M, Doe. ROW 3: N. Bellucci, G. Swanson, C. Richards, D. Nichol- son. ROW 4: G. Lange, J. Srnitli, M. Fischer, R. Mag- nuson. ROW 5: K. Gregory, L. Baker, F. Kalogerakis, K. Askounis, ROW 6: M. Anderson, J. Gibson, S. Erskine, M. Elston, J. Duris, B. LaBahn. ROW 7: T, McMillian, K. Kane, B, Norton, P. Lanqan, M. Escorcia. NAVY lMMORTAl. Commodore Isaac Hull they rejoice the eoeleles of our hearts . . . sing round robins The MIXED CHORUS brought laurels to Amundsen by earning an "E" rating in the city-wide contest this year. Cn March 26 several members collaborated with the orchestra to present the unique "Gay Nineties" revue, at the annual spring concert. Mary lane Fischer qave a splendid rendition of "After the Ball is Over" and then teamed up with Lois Trethaway and Nancy Woodiord to form a pleasing vocal trio. Supplementinq the girls' Work was baritone Robert Norton, who got himself tongue-tied with "Hose O'Day." Miss Ado Nelson Commander U. S. Friqate CONSTlTUl'lON War of l8l2. ORCHESTRA ' H. Anderson, P. Angelopoulos, J. Bauclce, D. Berg, H. Block, G. Blomquist, H. Cramer, T. Crehore, H. Demas, M. DeWeerdt, A. Franks, P. Gilmore, B. Hansen, E. l-led, H. Herold, E. Hoeffer, J. Jerger, T. Johnson, R. LaPado, A. Millard, G. Millard, F. Mitchell, D. Nelson, C. Nicholas, T. O'ReiIly, R, Pearson, H. Pederson, suck, V. Ryser, L. Ring, S. Schultz, B. Spero, S. Terrace, J. Wagner, L. Walker, J. Watson, M. Welsh, R. ount. 0 0 0 stars in music . . . playing the "Sailors, Hornpipe 99 lustily . . Last fall, the return to Work found Room 330 invaded daily by three bands, an orchestra, and three instruction classes. After balance Was obtained in the major groups, and the younger classes organized, production began for the annual fall concert. Through concentrated group and individual preparation, the CONCERT BAND and the ORCHESTRA were whipped into shape. The day of the concert found them ready for action, and an excellent concert resulted. During the football season, members of the Concert Band added the trimmings to the games held every Saturday. The music supplied went a long way toward keeping up the morale of the team and the student body. Midyear graduation hit both the Concert Band and Orchestra quite hard. The former lost such key performers as Al Grunschel, Norma Kerwer, Clyde Ruppert, Art Engquist, and lim Hansen, all of whom held important positions in the personnel. The Crchestra also suffered when Mary Lou Shirk, Paul Miresse, and lean Mix took their final leave. The beginning of the spring semester found a general rebuilding program in action. While Mr. Buchtel blended the new individuals into their positions, several of the more advanced players began intensive practice for the city- wide solo contest. As was expected, "Automatic" lerry Keller pulled down an "S" rating, and was recommended for the National Contest. Several other X entrants attained a rating of The Japanese Bell at Annapolis. It is rung on the occasion of a football victory over the Army. In 23: .2 Ig 551 f ' - N fi. X ,-V A W V ,K X, lf' 'V if T , li-:f Tv' A ' ' iii ff, r 'fl Y In W5 X 5 X K'Xf' XX 1 f . sax H ffi' QW WL A - ' V" K t, ,r S I-ff BLUWI 9 THE BIISQNQS PIPE 1 Although the students of the CONCERT BAND compiled such a splen- did record of performances as individuals and as a group during the winter, the greatest achievement of the year was yet to come. The grand climax, after concentrated, twice-daily rehearsals, came in the sprinq at the time of the city-wide contest for high school bands. After a few Weeks of polishing each selection to the minutest detail, the Concert Band reached thc day previous to the contest with every individual knowing his exact duties. Everything was at a fever pitch for the big performance. With the big clay came disheartening news, Iohn Gum- merman had become a little too feverish. He came down with the measles! Speedy readjustments were made, and the group arrived at Harrison High School intact. Another calamity nearly occurred when the curtain had to be held for some minutes in order that "our boy" Fred Mitchell coutd rush in with his oboe. He was delayed by a traffic jam! In spite of the last minute difficulties, the gang came through bril- liantly, and received their reward in the form of an "S" rating, the seventh in eight years. At the end of the fall semester, Mr. Guy Millard presented an elegant trophy to be inscribed with the names of the students from the band and orchestra who have given outstanding service to those organizations. The first names to be immortalized were Iune Borg and Christina y In 1 k Nicholas. Cn Iune 7, a picnic was held for the members of the Crchestra and M ml A I 1 1 Bands, and their friends. - f 1 lg i wr, I nj , if f ,- j, 15 riff , f , t'vtt f "A Whalavacallitf' 0 0 0 alert to pipe down . . . 6'Columbia, the Gem of the 0eean'9 . William Alzos Wesley Anderson Dorothy Andres Jean Andrew Louis Arnold Alberta Bauer Edward Boening William Broriiec Dorothy Carlson Grover Carr Harry Constantin Jack Cotharin Howard Cramer 'Thomas Crehore Donald Cronberq Robert Dick Joan Dierssen Arlene Erickson Patsy Findeisen Jane Fleming Betty Fullerton Robert Gerwing Howard Gielow John Gray CONCERT BAND PERSONNEL George Griffith John Gummerman Elmer Gustavson Dolores Helander Elmer Hoffer Mildred Hoff Louise Hoffman Charles Hoppe Jacob Jerger Jerome Keller Gloria Kropke Robert LaPado Leslie Lewis Edward Magnuson Joseph Marshall Wilfred McConnell Allan Millard Guy Millard George Mills Fred Mitchell Donald Nelson Jean O'Reilly Thomas O'Reilly Adele Palmer "Both sure and steadfast." Citation to Ensign Joseph Cabell Breckinridge tor carrying dispatches, I89B. Eleanor Peters George Peterson Patricia Rahn Royal Remmer Roger Sanders Leonard Schillen George Smith Andrew Stathis Irene Steurbaut Cecil Swanson Howard Sweeney Carl Tausig Jerorne Templeman Shirlev Terrace Robert Tillotson Fred Valdivia Lois Walker Mildred Warman David Watson Ernest Worsek Robert Yount Otto Zeller Robert Zeller Robert Zimmanck 5 4 47 CLARINET: J. Giambrone, A. Palmer, G. Kapsalis, A. Pierson, F. Valdivia, T. O'ReiIly SAXOPHONE: M. Markey, W. Dodt, D. Mayall, A. Ekenberg. CORNET: M. Ekstrom, R. Luecht, R. Anderson, D. Carlson, R. Schottek, P. Pagano, l-l. Johnson J Templema C. Benson, J. Martin R Johnson W Sho W , . , . gren, . Moller, E. Boening. HdRN': R. K hl nl C. Kahn. TROMBONE: R. Ecklund H. K ' ' , usse, J. Glllues. BARITONEI S. Col D. oe er BASS. W. Donovan. DRUM: A. Sh y e, Larsonl c wartz, K. Steffy. RS o o o rolling along.. A driving force behind the activities of this organization Was the Band and Orchestra Parents' Association. Each month meetings were held, Where the problems and general advancement of the students were discussed and acted upon. Mr. Elmer Engquist Was the president. The supporting officers Were: Vice-President, Mr Guy Millard T . 5 reasurer, Mr. Henry Bauer: Recording Secre- tary, Mrs. R. C. Crehorey Corresponding Secretary, Mrs. Edward Sweeney: Direc- tors, Mr. E. L. Buchtel, Mr. Alfred Grunschel, and Mr. C. M. Tausig. Mrs. G. A. Millard was the Publicity Chairman for the organization. SJ Eiermann, W. Ekenberg, R. Johnson, L. Lee S. P t , e ers, D. Rischard, P Roelle V Schmid, .Shogren, J. Sloan P Tranter F Valdivia P W ll' , . , . , . a ln, R. Zander, W. Moller, Anderson, 6. Walton, A. Gustafson, J. Hansen, A. Ekenberg. NAV GATIIRS . . . guess warp rope of the S. S. Amundsen . . . they plot our course . . . few walky talkies . . . Who can you thank for the soap and containers now supplied in the Washrooms? Who provided for the frames around the air raid signs? Why, the STUDENT COUNCIL, under the direction of Mrs. Dillon. These were but a few oi its many achievements throughout the year. Action began with the purchase of pants for the football team. This was tol- lowed by the filling ot Christmas baskets for needy families. ln March, a taiiy apple sale was held to raise funds so that delegates could be sent to the lllinois Association of Student Councils. The money col- lected through the A. C. A. was distributed by the Student Council to the Red Cross, G. A. R. Flower Fund, Children's Aid, and the U. S. O. Their ambitious plans for the general improvement of Amundsen, and the propagation of charitable Works for those in need, were surely carried out in full. Marshall Stern is sworn in by Mrs, Dillon, Sponsor FALL ROW I: M. Stern, B. Fosse, E. Tabar, Mrs. Dillon, M. Johnson, R, Ford. ROW 2: C. Coleqroye, H. Krell, M. Radford, L. Knicl, L. Kevill, V, Berberian, M. Schulz, R Spahr, M. Tausig. ROW 3: J, West, B. Koelsch, D. Thozn- son, T. Couston, A. Baldaccini, P. Larnbros. ROW 4: M. Gray, C. Nilsen, K. Gartner, R. Felrnan, C. Catelain, A Erbe, J. Millirnan. ROW 5: D. Fischer, B. Marks, M. Blankee, J. Stout, S. Brown, J. Russell, J, MCG-uire, G. Iverson. ROW 6: M, Kalodirnos, I. Katsahnias, L. Fick S. Britton, F. Johnson, D, McCambridge, M. Erskine, B Slees, D. Klein, A. Tidernan. r Mrs. Doris S. Dillon SPRING ROW I: M, Schulz, J. Millirnan, M. Markey, V. Berber-ian M. Wagner, T. Bennett, R. Spahr, M, Tausig, M. Radford, E. McCarthy, D. Salerni, ROW 2: L. Kevill, A. Dwyer, Mrs, Dillon, J. Stout, D, Thomson, C, Coleqroye, H. Krell D. Becker, B, Harrast, M. Gray. ROW 3: H. Klier, B Marks, L. Fick, M. Erskine, B. Glees, J. Russell, D. Miller J. Tarr, A. Tioernan, F. Kazlo, T. Dernas, E. Seeds, M Blankee. ROW 4: L. Dierinqer, R. Hendrickson, L. OS- born, I. Katsahnias, D. McCambridge, E. Kelly, K. Nickol- son, L. Rasmussen, S. Brown, B. Fosse, V. Sahlberg, L Papacostas, J. Ohman. ROW 5: J. Phillips, R. Magnuson D. Arvidson, T. Couston, R, Rernrner, K. Holsinger, R Ford, W. Fleming, J. Schaffer, J. West, M. Kane, C Zemek, M. Kalodirnos. Colleen Colegrove, President ,. Z' X 0 X6 .1 ,E The Ring Dance in June. The O.A,O. christens the midshipr'nan's ring by dipping it into bowls containing water of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans and the Carib- bean Sea. This symbolizes the iourneyincxs that lie ahead. 0 0 0 they bone hard . . . never bilge . not FALL TOP: H. Peterson, W. Kirnbauer, P. Lambros, L. Hyler, G. Mermigas, J. Stotfel, J. Kurzdorfer, G. Mil lard. ROW 2: L. Tabbert, E. Car bine, A. Nierneier, G, Lindgren G. Ackerman, C. Kuehnle, L. Peter son, L. Schulze, L. Morgan, D. Col lignon. ROW 3: D. Larson, Hechmann, R. Spanier, E. Olson S. Wickersheirn, S. Stauber, C Tausig, L. Martinson, M. Ficht, Spahr. ROW 4: Mr. Boetticher, Prather, A. Hess, Mrs. Davis, Bernhardson, L. Heidenbluth, Koutfis, G. Kahn, Mrs. Avichouser B J F C The NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY is a nation-Wide organization designed to encourage scholarship, leadership, character, and service. Students who have earned gold pins, by six semesters ot "E" Work, and have maintained suitable standards of citi- June Prather. President of Chicago Council Lee Ann He-idenbluth. Secretary Catherine Koutris, Treasurer Adeline Hess. Vice4President Frances Bernhardson Pzesident zenship and conduct, are invited to join the society. The officers of the Amundsen Chapter are chosen by the number ot honor points accumulated by the individual: the one with the highest total becoming president. on the tree . . . always SAT . . . marks all velvet . . . stars . . . The Amundsen Chapter received spe- cial distinction during the tall semester when lune Prather was elected Presi- dent of the Chicago Council. An assembly is presented each semes- ter to acquaint new students with the requirements tor membership. The tall meeting was high lighted by an original skit Written and enacted by its mem- bers. Few in the audience will forget "Freshman's Progress," or Guy Millard's "Flight ot the Bumble-bee." SILVER HONOR PINS TOP: L. Olcerberg, L. Fernes, P. Ralin. ROW 2: J. lenberg, L. Schmidt, L. Krater, J. Peterson, M. Yagodics. ROW 3: R. Hendry, l. Hartokolis, S. Manos, M. Becker, A. Parker, M. Johnson. ROW 4: Mrs. Davis, N. Colver, J. Poly- clirones, D. Cook, W. Gasper, M. Harding, Mrs. Ind. ROW 5: R. Ol- son, E. Chalcoian, J. Cliristoffel, V. Krowka, G. Zernke, J. Lelirman, J. Stout, M. Eide, A. Beck. SPRING TOP: C. Reyner, D, Ream, J. Maurides, P. Lundouist, E. Carlsen, A. Nierneier. ROW 2: M. Eide, R. Krieger, B. Barber, W. Gasper, H. Wilson, L. Fernes, S. Manos. ROW 3: L. Schulze, P. Euler, J. Coburn, D. Larson, M. Gray, R, Tandel, J. Christiansen, M. Fichf. ROW 4: G. Millard, E. Johnson, J. Stoffel, C. Papas, G. Goelz, E. Carbine, L. Tabbert, E. Self, G. Kahn. ROW 5: R. Hendry, l. l-lartokolis, S. Wicker- sheim, R, Roller, R. Kelly. ROW la! A. Bloom, M. Pfau, L. Martinson, Mrs, Davis, D. Collignon, L. Mor- gan, M. Nimtz. D.Co11ignon L. Martinson Lois Morgan Marilyn Pfau President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer R 0 0 0 they know not the pap . . . never frap . . . taek into the ufinfl . . . tea fights . . At the spring assembly, another student skit was presented. Pearl Euler was narrator ot the pantomime which portrayed sev- eral methods ot obtaining the coveted Bill Barber and his "Barbarians" supplemented the antics of "Dean Goggle-eyes" Gasper, "Snake-charmer" Lar- son, "Rope-skipper" Bide, and "Poison peddler" Martinson. These assemblies did much to show that honor students are "just plain kids." BRONZE HONOR PINS ROW I: B. Witt, A. Diacos. ROW 2: M. Manos, L. Kevill, L. Mitchell, J, Baldaccini, M. Deer- dortt. ROW 3: T, Bennett, O. Dernas, M. Schulz. ROW 4: Mrs. Davis, J. Brockhotf, T. Kendall, R. Dahlberg, J. Gray, L. Kloclr. ROW 5: A. Demos, A. Dwyer, 6. Massa, J. Dierssen, A. Gustafson, M. Faust, R. Dunlap, l. Ohn- macht. ROW 6: H. Krell, C. Bloornenthal, M. Zurick, L. Erickson, M. Clausen, l. Rempas, S. Schultz, G, Hotes, R. Sornrner, M. Baker. ROW 7: M. Peo, G. Meynen, D. McCarnbridge, A. Lorincz, H. Hochriem, P. Pullman, L. Stre- bel, M. Mockler, J. Fleming. 0 0 0 einema break outs and bulkhead users . . . relayers of the line . . . no rnonthly insults . . . The purpose of the MOVIE CREW is to secure and present films with a minimum ot effort on the teachers' part. The operators have as an incentive the educational value of this Work, and they get practice in developing habits of responsibility and tact. During the tall semester, lohn Nosbaum was chief operator and Shirley Clem- ens acted as secretary. Robert Peterson captained the spring group with Betty Hansen as secretary. FALL ROW I: J. Brimsell, A. Betzelos. ROW 2: M. Ekstrom, A. Nelson, S. Clemens, Mr. Ulveling, R. Spanier, J. Russis, A. Lewis. ROW 3: C. Fischer, E. Valenwgo, T. Johnson, J. Steiner, C. Wilson, R. Doonan, C. Christopoulos. ROW 4: G. Livas, A. Pearson, B. Peterson, S. Gournas, A. Stathis, B. Lewis. Prank H. Ulveling S Q 9 Q every dlllflll field day . . . shoot Charlie lVoble . . . honey barge runners . . . wield kiqis "Conserve, salvage, save." This was the leg- end on Victory badges made by the CLEAN-UP COMMITTEE to make Amundsen students more conscious of the war effort. This was but one ofthe many achievements ofthe committee, which tried to keep our school ship- shape and Bristol Fash- ion. Main social event ot the year was a roller party. Mrs. Mary M. Kelso ROW I: J. Rasmussen, M. Johnson, Mrs. Kelso, B. Payton, R. Olson, R. Doonan. ROW 2: L. Kern, R. Magnuson, R. Osterberq, M. Hatting, J. Jacobs, S. Martens, F. Kazlo. LIP TIC SAILIIR gouges eorreet . . . steam possibilities . . . plenty of P-work . . . ROW I: F. Keil, J. Taylor, B. Thompson, H. Schmidt, J. Naines, R. DeMeyer, P. Bloom ROW 2: A. Erbe, M. Leprlclw, B. Brahos, L. Bournalcls, D. Zlrnmerrnan, W. Meyer, G. Vroo- man, R. Weiss. ROW 3: E. Gundberg, J. Vail, M. Kilfoy, S. Drott, F. Kalogerakls, W. Carl- strand, T. Crehore, H. Steinke, R. Weiss. ROW 4: G. Dernas, L. Koclanis, B. Kruse, A. Demos V Fl'nt N Rieker J H C J f G H ff , . I , . , . agen, . ose son, . o rneyer. ROW 5: B. Kolllntzas, J. Carnburas, M. Guth, H. Pedersen, J. Parker, S. Brown, A. Lewand, W, Almouist, E. Worsek. ROW 6: E. Wyant, J. Schaffer, H. Kusse, J. Courtney, S. Woodford, C. Carelin, L. Elcdahl P. Filndeifen, J. Peterson. ROW 7: S. Markos, J. Simos, E. Costopoulos, J. Fleming, L. Rogus R. age. loining the fleet oi organi- zations this year Was the MATH CLUB, sponsored by Mr. Nolan. lt was formed from the students in Mr. Nolan's classes. The classes held meetings at their regular time, and once a semester had a grand meeting in the audi- torium. First to take the helm as president oi the club was William Flem- ing. William Fleming President Mr. Thomas J. Nolan U. S. 0 0 0 O drama branch . . . always shipping over . Miss Marion Philbrick DRAMA CLASS-FALL AT MIKE: K. Sutton. ROW l: K. Brosius, G. Ackerman, B. Swiskow, O. Williams J. Jones, Miss Philbrick. ROW 2: R. Davis, B. Payton, R. Morris, L. Burnett, Peterson, B. l-lanqel, B. Benson, L. Burke, J. Cummings, S, Johnson, J. Stout, Hansen. ROW 3: L. Rasmussen, E. O'Bannon, A. Bloom, B. DeSwarte, L. John- son, J. Peiser, E. Seeds, L. Lawson, B. Marks, V. Fosdyke, P. Fleming. Working under the handicap of a decided shortage of man-power, the Fall DRAMA CLASS turned out per- formances covering holidays, P. T. A. Shows, the Variety Show, and the Class Play, along with their study of general theatrical technique and dramatics. The Variety Show featured many talented numbers which met with great applause and acclaim at each performance. The class supplied skits and original material in an entertaining manner. The Fall Class Play, "Don't Take My Penny," was based on the antics of a movie-struck girl, and the efforts of her resourceful boy friend to discourage her illusions. 1' 1' 1' Remember when . . . Gene CGrouchol O'Bannon sported "longies" in "Backstage" . . . Ken Sutton spilled tea all over himself in "Penny" . . . Grace Ackerman's "not-so-faked" fall during rehearsal? "You may fire when you are ready, Gridleyf' Commodore Dewey aboard flagship OLYMPIA to his captain at opening of the battle of Manila Bay, May l, l8'?8. Ml B. no llfe of Riley . . . morale builders . . . sea-going actors . . . The spring semester dramatic season Was Well filled, including the Lincoln-Washing ton Program, skits for the P. T. A. and Senior Hall, and the Variety Showboat. When the good ship "Cotton Blossom" sailed into the Amundsen Harbor, it brought a cargo of outstanding entertainers. The entire script was written by Ken Sutton. Miss Philbrick again demonstrated her ability as a producer, by turning out an assured hit in the "ShoWboat Revue." The high light of the season was the Class Play, "Leave lt To Psmithf' a burlesque of English aristocracy, centering around the unpredictable escapades of one Ronald Eustace Psrnith fthe "p" is silent as in "pstupid."l. The intentional disappearance of priceless diamonds laid the plot for this mystery farce, Whereas the droll Psmith was the abductor as Well as the recoverer, while involving himself in an innocent love affair. How they laughed when . . . "Carmen La Benson" Calias Bobl took off his turban for a "ShoWboat" encore . . . bashful CPD Ioan Stout took refuge behind Psmith's umbrella in that unforgettable last scene. . . . TOP: E. O'Bannon, J. Kiefer, B. Swiskow, R. Gibson, R. Morris, F. Hoffman, H. Zervas, D. Starck, J. Cummings, E. Seeds. ROW 2: C. Meyer, A. Koch, M. Peterson, S. Johnson, L. Burke, P. Christman, A. Bloom, B. Evans, L. Albright. ROW 3: H. Mansnerus, B. Benson, D. Trernulis, T. Harland, K. Sutton, F. Valdivia, R. Davis, R. Rapoporte, Miss Philbrick. ROW 4: D. Filman, L. Lawson, L. Rasmussen, J. Stout, M. Gray, M. Hatting, P. Goldfein. THE SIIIIY B0 T.. . "DONT TAKE MY PENNY" By Anne Coulter Marlens Penny GRACE ACKERMAN Kerry KEN SUTTON Ioanna KAYE BROSIUS Greg ROBERT SWISKOW Sally OLIVE WILLIAMS Marks EUGENE O'BANNON Mavis IANET IONES Norman Porter IACK WEST Lydia RUBY MORRIS Caleb ROBERT HANGEL Gram BETTY PAYTON Monsieur Henri ROBERT BENSON Claire, a model LOIS RASMUSSEN Elsie, a model PAULINE I-'LEMING Lucille, a model LOIS BURNETT Red RALPH STRAMBERG Harrison Day ROGER HALL DAVIS if 1 I "Tell that to the marines- the sailors Wonlt believe itli' Qi 'Give me zai suit ' , you-you stealers' . . .the she is a he! "Lissen, baby! I'm o q nna make you a star!" Look, Dad, I want to bu a f y arm- could you advance me the down payment?" "Yay! Look what I've got!-Ah, Ha!" "This is the way we do it in Holly wood." Ouch! The Brazilian bcmbshell, "Carmen La Benson." The Chattanooga choo-choo from "Little Nellie of New Rochellief' spinners of galley I yarns . . . not at sea . . . chipping their teeth . . . no holidays . . . E W " ' iimuf "But you'11 get all wet, people do, you know . . . . . and then everything went black! "Gad. baby, get a load oi that ICE!" "A pair of GIN slingers with faces?" "Run and get the smelling salts, Agatha -she's fainted!" "I think I informed you Miss. that this is a club tor gentlemen only." "Can you see them? . . . Fairies . . . The cutest little real fairies." wide open "Brussels sprouts, Pooh!" . . . "That IS my umbrella." "LEAVE IT TO PStv1ITH" By P. G. Vlfodehouse and lan Hay The Earl cf Middlewick RICHARD RAPOPORTE Bellows ROBERT BENSON Freddie Basharn IACK WEST Rupert Baxter ROBERT SWISKOW Phyllis lackson LOIS RASMUSSEN Lady Middlewick AUDREY BLOOM A Lift Man IERRY KIEFER Cynthia McTocld IUNE CUMMINGS Eve Halliday IOAN STOUT Donald Eustace Psmith KEN SUTTON Eddie Coates EUGENE O'BANNON Gladys Rumbelow' ROSEMARY GOLDFEIN Christopher Walderwick IOHN GUMMERMAN Ralston McTodd IERRY GIBSON Agatha Crafton LOIS LAWSON Ethelherta Fitzwiqqin SHIRLEY IOHNSON Aileen Peavey RUBY MORRIS Viscount Chipstead FRED VALDIVIA 2 f '21 "Field Day Inspection. J SPA IS SAILIIR 0 Spanish friends . . . never 3B CLUB TOP' A 2A CLUB ROW I: B. Wallace, A. Motta, B. Johnson, Mrs. Kelso, M. Geiger, M. Marlcey, V. Berberian, A, Hellberg. ROW 2: R. Tetzlaft, M. Lar- son, C. Larson, W. Gilbert, W. Gurnmerrnan, N. Holdorf, P. Peterson, D. Wilson. ROW 3: P. Chrlstnnan, J. Renckert, L. Lsetzow, H. Bodeen, R. Valentine, A. Rusk, B. Sloan, F. Olsen, D. Stake, J. Soehrmann. ROW 4: R. Pearson, J. LaRue, B. Canatsv, R. Schrnock, D. Samuelson, R. Remmer, N. Carlfeldt, P. Chadwick, G. Carr, R. Hammer. Mrs. Mary M. Kelso An amusing character was the fellow at the blackboard in room 325, with a flower perched over one ear. He was William Perry, a member of the SPANISH CLUB. Besides the Work ot the members at the board, the club had motion pictures, slides, phonograph records, repo t NAVY IMMQRTAL the students, and the reading of outside bo lc Commodore Thomas Macdonough Battle of Plattsburg September ll, IBI4. rs by os. . . Cameron, L. Fick, R. Olson, W. Broniec, K. Healy, D, Bianchi. ROW 2: E. Hoeffer, R. Covey, C. Josefson, L. Kern R. Osterberg, T. Kendall, R. Sandberg. ROW 3: E. Chapin, A. Parker, L. Martin, J, Bork, A. Hein, ROW 4: E. Kirby, G. Iverson, Mrs Kelso, W. Stieber, J. Donovan tholomew, S. Kalte , M. Bar: nborn. athletes? . . . our dago between wind and water... 1B CLUB TOP: B. Riggenberg, B. Bush, E. Swarlcey. ROW 2 E. Eiermann, E. Eshoo, B. Nordstrom, R. Carlson ROW 3: L. Praiter, R. Camrn, V. Hagen, D. Lindblade. ROW 4: D. Heinkins, M. Molloy, C. Roubinck. ROW 5: D, Swartz, Mrs. Weinberg, A, Harrison. 2B CLUB TOP: F, Balmes, R. Anderson, A. Esser, R. Hunter M. Bartolain, D. Vuiovich, J. Foss, L. Bell, C. Peter son, I. Bjork, M. Peo, C. Wennerstrand, M. Martens R, Sable, J. Rasmussen, J. Cummings. ROW 2: H Krell, C. Kennedy, C. Sanchez, I.. Kevill, M. Luft, R Huendort, G. Lundmark, E. Lavery, 6. Brandt, W Byrnes, T. McHugh, F. Sutton, M. Johnson, L. Baltzer B. Wilson, M. Taylor. ROW 3: M. Weiner, 6. Zemel B. Donovan, H, Kozajda, E. Thies, H. Brown, C. Mit- chell, S. Martens, A. Niemeier, P. Bloom, D. Mc- Cambridge, L. Meyer, D. Baylis, W. Dehn. ROW 4 A. Kelley, M. Nelsen, I. Magnuson, A. Hendricks, H Cokins, S. Harrison, R. Menick, J. Schulze, L. Levine N. Rieker, S. Barcklay, R. Spahr. All the Spanish clubs, particularly those led by Mrs. Weinberg, read "Spanish Neighbors," a Latin American newspaper. Spanish songs and games proved to be amusing, as Well as providing a good Way of learning to use the language fluently. The club also carried on a correspondence with English students of the Latin countries. Mrs. Susan I. Weinberg , k i ,X ff! M ,f V , lf? , A421-.54 ri?" 'Wi 1 ir ' . - 7 , rilrfg' 1- Pl g i ,ii .... . ,i.i..iii.. ,... ...- i i V -. fa 2e+?ef The Cruiser U.S.S'. HOUSTON Sunk in Battle of Java Sea, March l942. BEW FIHIM SP I . . . unfarl the language sails . .'. man Spanish galleons MRS. WEINBERG'S AND MRS. KELSO'S 1A SPANISH CLUBS TOP: R. Luecht, F. Kazlo, B. Clausen, D Bowki, E. Carson, N. Ray, J. Mutter, J. Court ney, R. Granger, B. Bennett, C. Schmidt, V. Post, W. Hein. ROW 2: D. Bushelle, B. Hicks M. Egerer, D. Sahlberg, B. Rietzler, P. Gerber: F. Newman, G. Hannon, R. Sanderson, D Cailletaeau, H. Woolgar, J. Huber, M. Bruce B. Brumlik. ROW 3: B. Brown, M. Leber, L Swanell, S. Brown, D. Stettan, M. Neuert, E. Heil, R. Koehler, B. Magnuson, E. Valerug, C Maier, E. Verch, A. Ernanuelson, D. Caldwell ROW 4: W. Magnuson, A. Rensman, G. Jea ras, D. Stewart, D. Mayall, J. Martin, H. Clau sen, A. Anderson, A. Goss, R. Mitchell, J Weaver. ROW 5: B. Alleshouse, S. Boldt, D Anderson, R. Roush, J. O'Brien, W. Dell, P Bearce, H. Fagerstrorn, D. Lunclstrom. ROW 6 M. Hauser, J. Klopter, C. Niclcles, Mrs. Kelso Mrs. Weinberg, R. Eckersberg, C. Wolff, E Olson, R. Helmer. MRS. WEINBERG'S SPANISH CLUB ROW I: J. Shirn, L. Eckdahl, M. Eclcstrom, W Perry, T. Harland, P. Lundquist, E. Clarquist A. Epert, C. Carelin, R. Petersen, R. Richard son. ROW 2: C. Olson, R. Spanjian, D. Burke D. Anderson, P. Krier, A. Robertson, J. Baucke L. Jirgal, R. Fisher, L. Pappacostes, B. Lund quist, B. Caccioppo, R. Albertson. ROW 3 J. Lehrman, J. Camburas. G. Clausen, P. Car son, D, Jensen, J. Dahlberg, L. Nelson, F Berns, P. Evar, B. Herrnanson, L. Waldbauer. ROW 4: B. Johnson J. Peterson G. Dem . . t, E. Leibundguth, F. Seeds, R. Johnson, G. Aider- son, H. Claypool, E. Johnson. lll . li A"' 1 3 a ffff' - r' A 'F-LH' If? ' Y - 1 ' 17?-awe?-fr,'ir,ee f --.. ...- - -Q-' . fkef,-ofa , ' A. The Destroygr REUBEN JAMES. Sunk in North Atlantic, October 31, l94l. The SPANISH CLUB members all received pins trom the Students' Pan-American League, of Which it is a charter member. Representatives were sent to the weekly meetings of the league. Ideas, to be used in creating better 'feeling between the Spanish speak- ing countries and the United States, were brought up and discussed. When these ideas were feasible, everything possible was done to carry them out. GERMAN . . . M...-,, .,..........,..,.. at Mr. Louis Weinberg There's something that Mr. Weinberg and the GER- MAN CLUB will always remember . . . the vain at- tempts of the members who tried to induce their spon- sor to try the rolling wheels at their Roller Skating party. V Such was the whirl of life on March 26. Amundsen's German club was established about seven years ago to further the appreciation of true German culture. Even now, in spite of present day difficulties, the students have open-mindedly con- tinued this policy, in the justifiable belief that a better knowledge of a people is the surest way to deal with them, and that such a knowledge can come by no better means than the study of their language. "After you, pilot." Commander T. A. M. Craven, I864. He and his pilot both turned towardladder to escape sinking ship. The courtesy cost him his life. ADVANCED GERMAN CLUB ROW I: E. Wyant, L. Daugherty, E. Roberts, B. Becker, R. Spanjian, R. Schwab, H. Sempf, E. Anderson, A, Gestrich, E. Rieger, B. Dap- pert, G. Zernke, A. Bauer, J, Dlerssen, H. Duwentester. ROW 2: M. Nimtz, A. Karoff, H. Gruber, V. Flint, L. Weichlarodt, D. Cook, I. Engelman, C. Kontur, L. Siegl, J. Roberts, J. Akerman, D. Meehleis, B. Labahn, G. Peter- son, A. Stallmann. ROW 3: J. Jaeger, E. Ansel, A. Dwyer, R. Lippert, A. Bracken, R. Felman, E. Kaunzinger, M. Eder, D. Mayle, S. Williams, K. Kipp, M. Frey. ROW 4: D. Reh- teldt, H. Heckelmann, R. Schottek, B. Bless- ing, P. Stricker, K. G-rutzmacher, L. Juergens, H. Luschar, E. Kleitsch. ROW 5: D. Boldt, O. Zeller, H. Steinke, N. Sander, J. Engelbreit, R. Kuss, T. Kruetzer, C, Fischer, Mr. Weinberg. ROW 6: L. Faigen, J. Harvey, W. Spiegel, B. Epp, A. Fischer, R. Sornmer, I. Ohnrnacht, K. Frauen. BEGINNING GERMAN CLUB ROW I: H. Juergens, J. Weyrich, B. Koelsch, E. Bottcher, A. Millard, H. Schwenesen, A. Niedermayer, S. Lindberg, J. Johnson, R. Bau- mann, V. Roeske, C. Siegl. ROW Z: H. Vossel, A. Vidina, M. Timmerman, M. Wagner, H. Pedersen, M. Schrotf, J. Engelbreit, H. Klier, D. Wagner, M. Smith, E. Ackerman. ROW 3: J. Steiner, E. Loprich, V. Villwock, B. Peterson, R, Mueller, J. Jerger, J. Taylor, A. Schiffmann, I. Tirnmerman, J. Ayers, A. Peterson. ROW 4: Mr. Weinberg, J. Colling, B. Spiepl, H. Laub, E. Fors, L. Fritz, E. Engel, CB. Rowoldt, I. Whelan. ROW 5: J. Brown, R. Ellinger, A. Gu- man, M. Becker, L. Golze, W. Luschar, M. Lucas, O. Weser, R. Zimrnanck. Louis Faigen, Doris Cook, Carl Fischer 0 0 o shooting the breeze... ROW l: B. Mitchell, B. Brahos, P. Spear, G. Argianas, J. Govis, G. Dawe, G. Kapsalis, N. Anthony, J. Simos, H. Constantine, G. Koudounis, G. Polychrones, G. Seretis, P. Angelopoulos. ROW 2: H. Pappas, J. Maurides, C. Roo- mbos, l. Hartokolis, V. Kinnas, F. Sotern, H. Chioles, S. Chioles, B. Janakos, E. Kapsalis, K. Harris, E. Fotoplos, M. Leftheris, J. Condos. ROW 3: C. Atsaves, J. Colias, G. Atsaves, S. Furla, P. Astrenedes, N. Lianos, S. Goumas, B. Vavul, E. Costopoulos, T. Kapsalis, J. Duris. ROW 4: Mr. Kapsalis, M. Manos, L. Toskas, A. Kiousis, B. Gian- naris, D. Panos, H. Williams, V. Kolutis, M. Farmakis, O. Demas, D. Kachantones. ROW 5: M. Chiagouris, K. Vazilalme H Qin-me F Giannari: B Remna: H Demo: G Trabaris G Mitsos J. Duros. D. Closter. . "Yea, Kappy, Yea, Kappyl Rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rah, rahl Yea, Kappylu This resounding cheer, honoring Mr. Kapsalis, was heard at the third annual dance given by ALPHA PHI EPSILON on May 17. Greek tolk dances were attempted, as Well as ballroom dancing. Most ot the proceeds Were invested in War bonds. Books for the library Were also purchased. Greek War Relief was instituted in the school last year by the club. A highly successful picnic was held by the members in the middle of Iune. President Peter Angelopoulos discusses club business with Treasurer Bessie Giannaris, Secretary Harry Constantine, and Vice-President Marian Menas. no caulking off . . . all heave together . . . sandblowers ROW I: C. Canacakos, D. Vassilekos, D. Gregory, V. Canacakos, E. Kollinzas, D. Korkoneas, A. Valos, G. Asvos, A. Contos, G. Andros, V. Psaltis. ROW 2: P. Demos, A. Astrenedes, M. Kachantones, B. Gianopulos, J. Polychrones, J. Koudoums, A. Colias, T. Christopoulos, T. Anastos, J. Malemeris, H. Barkulis. ROW 3: E. Spyropoulos, H. Spyro- poulos, T. Vertogias, F. Skoules, T. Demerge, E. Angelos, H. Christos, D. Sarantakis, B. Kollintzas, M. Panos, P. Korkoneas, B. Korkoneas, G. Demas, S. Manos, D. Canacakos. ROW 4: F. Kalogerakis, A. Gegounes, G, Kiousis, V. Gavrilis, M. Gavrilis, M. Menas, K. Kouletsis, T. Vavul, M. Papas, D. Petmezas, A. Demos. The spirit of the club is ably expressed by its narne, which rneans, "We are friends forever." In addition to securing friend- ships, the club seeks to encourage social and educational inter- ests in the Greek language, culture, and arts. Mr. Peter Kapsalis 3 1, Sf , i TON 3 Z-in . e. ss '4 X "Commence firing-" Zi ., Wggfii, ,W Z f fr X X ih- 'QX ,f -4- ,,f'- If ff .3 - ff M K., . . KOH 'Tlx ,. 71j'lg, ' 'J ' - J- . ax '. 5 451' 5 'A is 9 X 12.'-'g-Qjw 1. .. - '- f'lr"a.-i'.f.Mf.- .. 5f . ' lhifllfi. , 1 , P V L. fp s 'frif 4 ?Q2 "2 -Q'55g' 6 9 LATIN SIIIPM ATES nook nown by ADVANCED CLU B MISS K RON ROW I: D. Huntington B M. Eide M , . Marks, , . Stern, M. Erskine, M. Ptau, 'F. Bloom. ROW 2: S. Coyle, V, Munson, P. Rahn M H ding J. Watson , . ar . ROW 3: E. D A. Corkell raugelis, , M, Sparks, R. Spanier, M. Gray. ROW 4: P R W Gasoer C . ussell, , . Rayner, J. McMill ROW 5: R. Fredrickson H met. ROW ' , . La 6. H. Sweeney. 2A CLUB: MRS. DAVIS ROW l: J La . rson. ROW 2' H ander, H Br S. en. sh- . . Se- . eese. ROW 3 Eimmons, D S : M. . wetman, A. Koch, A. warson. ROW 4: L. Okerberg, V. Seeberg, B. Flannery, L. O'Hart, R. Walsh. ROW 5: J. Peterson, R. Youngren, M. Zurick, G. Hage- meyer, J. Wagner, Mrs. Davis. ROW 6: G. Androne I Koehl , J. Hudspeth, . er, G. Haual, D. Harz, R. Rapoporte, S. Wenske. ROW 7: J. Chirpe, D. Nelson, P. Butler, E. Nichols, J. Grinde, B. Evans, B. Mclntyre. ROW 8: R. Ullman J Shaffer, L. Wanen, A Whalen ' . Broms,' L: , B. Wiese. Did you hear those weird sounds issuing from Room 325 one spring morning? No, it wasn't a practice air raid warning, just Howard Sweeney scanning the lines of the "Aeneid" with his clarinet for the ADVANCED LATIN CLUB. The Hades Gazette. a six-page newspaper, was published under the leadership of Wayne Gasper, Rosemary Spanier, Dexter Huntington, and Howard Sweeney. lt was a humorous L edition, containing many parodies on the Roman lower world. fs- "Adventures of Aeneas," a play in the form ot a morning serial W K K broadcast, was produced, directed, and presented by Howard Sweeney. "Dido" was portrayed very vividly by Marie Ride, g y, j eff ,'Aeneas" by Frank Bloom, and Paul Russell and Herbert Selan- H+ der took supporting roles. iiffl --. " The Battle Wagon U.S.S. NORTH CAROLINA, Commissioned April 9, l94I. the cu of 2B CLUB: MRS. DAVIS ROW I: D. Thomson, A. Baldaccini, B. Terp, J. Wagner, J. Grabert, J. Gray, A. Fisher, L. Ekdahl, D. Oli- ver, R. Gillespie, S. Frazier, L. Knapp. ROW 2: A. McKeever, J. Christoftel, A. Lorincz, F. Spencer, W. Carlstrand, C. McCormick, A. Gaynor, R. Ecklund, J. Shirk. ROW 3: D. Rasrnuson, J. Rebsamen, G. Nelson, M. Walsh, C. Schneider, B Baurmann, P. Findeisen, M. Cates T. Jones, G. Gavitt. ROW 4: B. Stone, W. Tite, J. Trirnlole, E. Baird, B. Williams, D. Lund, J. Kors. ROW 5: P. McNevin, A. Klages, D. La- velle, E, Granahan, P. O'ConneII, J. Pearson. ROW 6: G. McCarthy, Mrs. Davis, A. Maloney, D. Ander- son. ROW 7: C. Garrity, J. Bal- daccini. ROW 8: D. Watson. A CLUB: MISS KRON their jib . . . 'G nta tridens Ex scie 1 B urnakis, J. Louis. ' W ROW I: L. o ROW 2: H. Kusse, L. Lewis. RO L K. McArthur, V. 3: J. Bentley, Green, H. Herold, C. Sills. ROW 4: D. McCoy, M. Wagner, J. Stew- Rosene, B. Kruse W M art, G. Roth, F. ROW 5: J. O'Reilly, J. Parker, Smith, G. Kropke, B. Hansen, ' d. ROW 6: Gewelce, H. Eklln tt S Lindberg, D. Bjorklund, R. Trebilco, Fe , . A. Schroeder, Fosse, Lewis, J. Schaffer, B. se marks . . . 99. . . high grea Miss Edna Kron The main feature of the tall Advanced Latin Club, under the direction of Miss Kron, Was a Christmas party, at which carols were sung in Latin. Fall officers were Wayne Gasper, consul, Marie Eide, aedile, and Muriel Gray, quaestor. Officers elected tor the spring semester were Marie Eide, con- sul: Wayne Gasper, aedileg Marilyn Harding, quaestor: and Bernice Marks, censor. Mrs. Davis was the sponsor for this semester. Robert Lewis, a member of the second period 2B Latin Club, made a Roman cake for his class. This meant substitutinq honey for suqar, and oil for butter. The Romans had butter ed it for an ointment, rather than for baking purposes ORTAL but us NAVY IMM R ar Admiral Alfred Thayer Mahan ' ' d historian C Naval tactician an U840-I9I4l. 1 FRE CH BLUEJACKET . . . he if X ,nf I ROW I: R. Bond, V. Van Houghton P. Hanley, L. Erickson, L. Burnett S. Schultz, M. Brown, V. Peterson ROW 2: J. Lehrman, B. Harrast, M Elston, S. Brokes, M, Marchman, L Keys, J. Novak, M. Frazier, M. Fitz patrick, ROW 3: B. Chalmers, D Rieck, L. Klock, E. Gustavson, E Castonier, C. Zemek, D. Cunning ham, J. Otis. ROW 4: D. Glenn E. Hartnett, J. Russell, D. Kann, L Diangson, B. Fullerton, H. Diacos M. Arentz. Mr. Carl Hcmkwitz ROW I: G. Yonan, l. Rempas, M Kosebas, I. Pullman, B. Brown, G Burlingame, M. Blankee, D. Filman ROW 2: L. Rassmussen, M. Clausen, D. Ream, N. Paessler, M. Ferguson M, MacDougall, B. Tuttle, L. Rick- an. ROW 3: W. Chandler, P. Voi sard, C. Kahn, M. Kalodirnos, M Fischer, M. Olson, T. Johnson, D Schuster. ROW 4: E. Smith, F Poutre, C. Paulick, R. Zuber, A dice, L. Greiser Mr. HankWitz's FRENCH CLUB has aimed at the expansion of its cultural outlook, in addition to the mere learning of the lan- guage. Holding important offices in Le Cercle Francais during the past semester, were Caroline Leiter, Andrew Voisard, and Bette Brown. On Pan-American Day, at a meeting of a beginning French class, Mary Trimble Was the only one to come through with a report on assigned topics. One talk was about lean Latitte, the nineteenth century Caribbean buccaneer. The second con- cerned the history of Haiti. An outstanding activity in which the members took part was the National Victory Drive for Books. This Worth-While cause was entered into enthusiastically by many of the members. x ,C j . '15 , Y J 4'-if if ,rv . if Q, :Q . ,, I B I f i f ' , -A , 4 ' "Beauty-Rest, a-la-Navy!" MacArthur, W, Woody L. Logiu all above board...able boners.. Mrs. Davis' FRENCH CLUB of "stars," de- cided to have a clear pap, and piped down, devoting all their time to obtaining a greater appreciation and understanding of the French language. ROW I: l. Fridstrom, A. Franks, M. Harris, M. Koch, A. Papa- costas, R. Fullerton, V. Kinnas, A. Hoch. ROW 2: G. Massa, M. Greenwald, G. Cates, P. Lyman, M. Olson, Mrs. Davis, ROW 3: A. Diacos, J. Fleming, M. Mori, C. Bloomentlwal. ROW 4: D. Oddy, T. Williams, D. Estabrook. R E D R 0 S S o Q Q pharmacists, mates or 3 hospital apprentices . . . idlers . . . always stepping out . . Mrs. Margaret Robertson Mrs. Robertson, sponsor of Amundsen's RED CROSS CHAPTER, sug- gested a new policy at the beginning of this year. Their discussions were held in small in- formal groups, rather than the scheduled meetings. As a lunior Chapter of the National Red Cross, Amundsen took part in the "Carib- bean Cruise," annual benefit dance held at the Medinah Club. Fullest co-operation Was given by all members, insuring another year of successful Red Cross activites. ROW I: F. Valos, Mrs. Robertson, M. Kinkle, M. Kachantones. ROW 2: G. Vevang, D. Thomson, A. Tide- man, R. Lippert, I. Bjork, V. Saf- iord, C. Grarnlich, R. Ford, C. Ctiristopoulos, R. Krolwn, D, Baylis, D. Lorcii. NAVY IMMORTAL Rear Admiral Robert Edwin Peary Discoverer of the North Pole April 6, l909. FEMMES THAT FIILLIIW mostly ginehes . . . watching Miss Irma Swanson ROW I: W. Woody, M. Ferguson, G. Brosnahan. ROW 2: C. Reyner, B. Tuttle, M. Brooks, J. Christiansen, N. Paessler. ROW 3: D. Dahlin, M. Pfau, Miss Swanson, M. Gray, L. Petro- pulos, P. Weiss. ROW 4: M. Laverty, B. Callaghan, M. Eide, J. Christoffel, G. Ackerman, G. Burlingame, S. Wickersheim, P. Laven. ROW 5: G. Stroh, L. Olcerberq, D. Cook. E. An- derson, M. Harding, D. Dixon, N. Colver, N. Dunn, K. Ryan. Forty Schurz cits to six Amundsen femmes, and a Whole evening to spend! Such precious moments missed! Tough luck, girls! Many successful dances were given by ALPHA TRI- HI-Y. One of them, the "Goopers' Gallop," a matinee hop, was given in the Girls' Gym. Other activities in- cluded a Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet, socials with various Hi-Y groups connected with the Wilson Y.M. C.A., particularly the Alpha Chapter from Amundsen. Informative talks of intellectual value also comprised some of the activities of the chapter. This year the members devoted many generous hours to community services, such as delivering food supplies to needy families, and providing social entertainment and gifts for neglected children. Stepping up on top as president was lean Christiansen, While Georgia Burlingame was vice-president, and Patricia Weiss and Barbara Callaghan were secretary and tresurer respectively. THE SKY PILUT . . . for lDutehman's breeehes . . . sometimes cutting a Dido ROW l: B. Long, C. Goldman, B. Spahr. ROW 2: M. Zuriclc, R. Garrity, L. Hoelter, J. Letang, P. Cordes, L. Fray, S. Stauber. ROW 3: D. Ream, J. Peterson, M. Rite, B. Wilson. L. Rasmussen, C. Carelin, H. Carelin, M. Paul. ROW 4: H. Krell, M. Clausen, M. Crowtlwer, M. Kinkle, L. Lass, M. Williams, O. Williams, B. Jensen, M. Blankee, E. Olson. ROW 5: K. Ziegler, B. Brown, E. Rogers, H. Kelley, D. Thurman, V. Keller, C. Johnson, C. Meyer, M. O'Hart, M. Colan. The BETA TRI-HI-Y has been in existence for two years, establishing an outstanding record over this period of time. Betty Spahr and Olive Willianis served as presi' dent and vice-president during the iall semester. The spring president was Helene Carelin, who was assisted by Vice-President Mary lane Zurick. This season, for the second consecutive year, Beta Won the Wilson Y.M.C.A., Tri-Hi-Y Volleyball Trophy, com- peting against other North Side clubs. The girls also won recognition this year when they were commended by Alderman Hilburn tor the time they devoted to pack- ing and delivering Christmas baskets for families in need. Their activities for the year included the annual Mothers' and Daughters' Banquet, joint parties with Hi-Y groups, f a highly successful dance the "Cupid Canter," a dinner 'F Mrs, wnmq Duffy tor graduates, and a tour oi Northwestern University. ff. K, i K 7 , .,.. , tl, 7 Ti R- cfm l i ' .5 -g j . The Gunboaz U.s.s. PANAY. T' Sunk by Japanese on Yangste River, I il f. ECT- December l?, I937. A IIGLY JIIEQS BUYS . . . an ROW l: J. Marshall, G. Anastos, C. Ruppert, H. Davenport, B. Fahey, P. Lambros, Mr, Jorndt. ROW 2: P. Fran- tell, E. Hed, B. Bitter, P. Vevang, J. Wolter, F, Barr. ROW 3: A. Gaynor, R. Becker, V. Lang, T. Stein, A. Guy, J. Berns, A. Engquist, R. Wilson, H. Wil- son. ROW 4: B. Blessing, J. Richard- son, W. Gasper, R. Rassrnussen, B. Han- son, P. Pagano, C. Ehrhart. ROW 5: B. Barber, R. Sternloft, W, Donewald, K. Vollmar, B. Brown. It was at the long postponed hayride that the well-known Iohn Berns was made up to look like a very cute girl. The ALPHA HI-Y sponsored many other activities, such as a tour of the downtown sub- way, and tried to do its bit to encourage good sportsman- ship and scholarship. Warren Donewald Fall President Mr. Louis .Torndt William Barber Spring President running . . . lashing a broom to the fore topmast . . . snakes . . During the past year, the Arnundsen BETA HI-Y. or- ganized by nine students, among Whom were Robert Swiskow and lack West, weighed anchor under the sponsorship of Mr. MacLeod. The crew lists were opened, and twenty-one more gobs carne aboard. This new grea- sior is sure to earn its grease mark. Mr. Ian MacLeod ROW l: G. Mitchell, J. Beutlich, D. Pett, R. Meharg, N. Fitch, G, Melville, R. Sandberg, G. Smith. ROW 2: E. Johnson, O. Zeller, E. Carson, R. Par- ker, B. Walters, B. Thomas, B. Blair. ROW 3: Mr. MacLeod, J. Wheeler, N. DeMoss, V. Villwock, K. Holsinger, L. Davidson, W. Wanlcel. ROW 4: J. Levy, C. Hinds, D. Larson, B. Swiskow, G. Alexander. ROW 5: J. West. Don Larson. President ttle USCI. M E . . ...me smokers . . . red Dlik es and smoothies . . . no Spanish athletes . . . The tirst sparks ot the "A" CLUB were generated last tall by Letter Men Gus Anastos and Tom Stein. lt Was electri- tied when Mr. Weintraub accepted sponsorship. The group's purpose is to aid the school and gym department with athletic events. Chief membership requirements are owning a school letter, and being a good fellow. During the past year, the "A" Club su- pervised the intramural sports program, other sports, and socials. SPRING ROW I: J, Stack, A. Voisard, E. l-led, E. Christie, E. La- very, A. Mann, Mr. Weintraub. ROW 2: J. Weyrich, A. Lewand, A. Guy, D. Becker, D. Decker, J. Granahan, F. Frauen, W. Mueller, R. Pearson. ROW 3: D. Cahill, B. Canatsy, P. Frantell, D. Magnuson, B. Blessing, B. Chan- dler, J. Phillips. Mr. Maurice Weintraub FALL ROW I: K. Vollmar, Mr. Weintraub, B. Zerwer, E. Christie. ROW 2: J. Granahan, L. Ash, T. Stein, D. Cahill, B. Chan- dler, B. Blessing, G. Anastos. ROW 3: E. l-led, B. Stern- Ioft. ROW 4: A, Mann, B. Morgan. ROW 5: E. Lavery. MESS GEAR . . . lost battalion . . . no men overboard Dolores Wagner's red dress stood out conspicuously among the white-bloused, dark-skirted ranks of the SERVICE GIRLS at a tall semester tea. However, no great calamity resulted. Se- riously though, the girls have distinguished themselves as hostesses and usherettes for guests and school functions. SEATED: L. Rasmussen, J. Peterson, A, Nie- rneier. ROW 2: M. Ptau, F, Bernhardson, M. Crawther, J. Jones, V. Sattord, C. Carlson, M. Zurick, D. Cook, G. Tschudy, D. McCarnbridge. ROW 3: M. Erskine, M. Johnson, J. Chirpe, J. Christiansen. ROW 4: J. Brockhott, L. Okers berg, E. Flodberg, H. Krell, L. Lass, D. Wagner. Mrs. Lenore H. Dolejs Mrs. Helen-Mary Heilin SEA LAYVYER . . ...,.....,.,.1.,.., they Mary Jane Hoffman Miss Alvine Flory Merilyn Laverty Leading the FEBRUARY SENIOR GIRLS' Clubs in their various activities were Mary lane Hoffman as President, and Merilyn Laverty as Secretary. Strong ties, beneficial to every member, were built up, accompanied by entertaining times and sociable meetings. Friendships, the strongest bonds to be gained in these troubled days, were formed. The underlying reason for these informal gatherings was to bind senior girls together by their common interests-a purpose achieved With great success. l The ALPHA CHAPTER while maintain ing old friendships and promoting new, attended many social functions during the course of their senior year. The most notable among them was the Hal- loWe'en party held at Cathy Iohnson's home. ROW I: J. Jones, C. Goldman, M. Laverty, G. Ackerman, D Becker, R. Lindskog. ROW 2: S. Stauber, T. Hofinger, J. Prather, I. Hobler. ROW 3: B. Bolander, K. Brosius, J. Farrar, C. Johnson, S. Dosch, P. Fleming. Merilyri Lcxverty Dorothy Forsythe was at the helm of the BETA CHAPTER. Its members had a rollicking good time at their meetings, for each home Was visited in turn, and they had an opportunity to get Well ac- quainted. Dorothy Forsythe ROW 1: J. Teter, R. Nigg, H. West. ROW 2: M. Wltscher, D. Claeys, M. Olson. spoon on . . . yard engines some brzelcs . . break out the slaps The members of the DELTA CHAP- TER were able to lend a hand at the freak initiation the club held in the loop. The girls will never for- get Vera Farrier as she brushed her teeth in front of the Chicago theater, or the embarrassment they experienced that night. ROW I: V. Moll, M. Sltlrk, A. Olsen, D. Hech- rnann, D. Theiner. ROW 2: B. Murray, A. Benson, L. Ford, L. Frazler, J. Westerland, l-l. Paras, M. Sparks, J, Walwlstrom, V. Farrier. Audrey Olsen The girls of the EPSILON CHAP- TER soared to new heights in Amundsen's social life. At Christ- mas time, baskets for the needy were gathered and distributed. Entertainment was found at a roll- er skating party, wiener roast, shows, and a trip to Riverview. ROW I: K. Spear, L. Virnlcli, G. Wesbey, V. Ge- vert. ROW Z: Z. Olson, N. Olson, M. Carlston, D. Geannopulos, M. Trams. ROW 3: E. Tabar, G. Merrnigas, C, Geavaras, J. Westcott. Gloria Wesbey The ETA CHAPTER didn't knock off in their efforts toward social en- couragement. The club gave two teas for their sister chapters, a pro- gressive dinner on roller skates, Halloween and slumber parties. ROW l: C. Carlson, B. Spahr. ROW 2: M. Bauer. F. Bernhardson, O. Williams, J. Freeman. ROW 3: M, Nelson, J. Dal1l,V. Keller, E. Olson, S. Stie- low, N. l-lolclorf Olive Williams snappy monkey jackets . . . scuttlebutts dzscussed foo foo drags Sparkling bull sessions made up the social iunctions oi the GAMMA CHAPTER. Their progressive dinner was a memorable oc- casion, and many personal friendships were strengthened during the hours the girls spent together. SEATED: M. Hoffman, C. Kuehnle. AROUND tPlANO: C. Schoenwald, D. Thurman, H. Vosi- Vlotis, M. Colan, M. Belsse, P, Bruhn, K. Zieg- er. Mary Jane Hoffman A small group ot girls were able to carry on and weather the storm of the IOTA CHAPTER. Business and social meetings were combined to form pleasurable re- membrances. A trip to Riverview in lune was oceans ot fun. ROW I: B. Olshan, J. Borg. ROW 2: C. Kou- tris, L. Heidenbluth, A. Hess, J. Zangara. ROW 3: D. Peterson, J. Mix, R. Kelly. Lee Ann Heidenbluth The THETA CHAPTER was ready to shove off after many pleasant experiences. The group will always remember the good times had on a bike hike last summer and at their Halloween party. SEATED: M. Jensen, P. Duwe, M. Allen, l, Dell. ROW 2: R, Jerger, M, Mirabile, R. Conley. ROW 3: B. Schuler, L. Hyler, P. Arnato. Mary Jane Jensen NAVY IMMORTAL Admiral David Dixon Porter Civil War. F06 IHIU ll Keeping close contact with the Log Book, We notice that Dolores Wagner and Shir- lee Wickersheim were President and Vice- President of the Iune SENIOR GIRLS' CLUB Council. Also, at the helm as Secretary and Treasurer, were Lois Fray and Patricia Lundquist. Enduring friendships, linked together with social encouragement, made up the l942 Senior Girls' Club. ALPHA CHAPTER had hen sessions at bowling parties, Went bicycling, horseback riding, and attended shows. Dolores Wagner, President Miss Alice Foy, Sponsor Lois FICIY. Secretary FEM ES... Benevolent deeds such as filling stockings and donating old clothes to an orphanage at Christmas time, crowded the calendar of the BETA CHAPTER. Parties, a picnic, and a hike, filled up much of the time the girls spent together. The members of the CHI CHAPTER have been laying plans for more good times after graduation, like the ones they had at their house party, paiama party, and pic- nics. dl LaVerne Fernes June Cummings ALPHA ROW I: S. Johnson, S. llin, L. Fernes, G. Peterson, M. Johnson, A. Nierneier. ROW 2: L. Burnett, S, Snow, J. Cronin, R. Bitterii, L. Burke, M Peterson, R, Spanier, L. Martinson. BETA ROW I: J. Cummings. ROW 2: M, Faust, B. Slack, B. De- Foy, J. Kasten, T. Jeannides, l. Freriks, C. Kontur, R. Mc Inerney, J. Mehan, E. Sherlock. CHI ROW I: B. Davis, D. Gert. ROW 2: D. Fischer, L. Diang- son, M, Freeding. ROW 3: M. Fagerstrom, M. Feichtmeir, B. Suchak, E, Czech. Marjorie Freeding aW7 f- RAVY TRAINS . . . ..,.,..d.,..,,.-..,,......,1 The lucky DELTA CHAPTER avoided the treble-reeled topsail breezes when it encountered those hayride parties, Weiner roasts, and rummage sales. EPSILON CHAPTER let the wind whistle and the sea surge on those unforgettable beach parties. At a theater party, Defense Stamp party, and Weiner roast the ETA CHAPTER stowed away in the hold a cargo of happy memories. Swimming, roller skating, and slumber parties kept GAMMA CHAPTER on deck. Q .-.. if I I' o,e, I' ' EPSILON DELTA ROW I: R. Krieger, J. Harding, E. Elliott, M. I-Iatting, M. ROW I: K. Rhodes, J. Loosevelt, V. Brosnahan, B. Brown. Mele. ROW 2: J. Olsen, J. Krueger, J, Gilmore, B. De- ROW 2: H. Kelley, A, Corkell, P. Cordes, L. Fray, D. Iaporte. Dahlln, B. Callaghan. ROW 3: M. Rusk, M. Rlfe, M. O'Hart, D. Dixon, M. Ferguson, M, Brooks. Eleanor Elliott Lois Fwy ETA GAMMA ROW I: M. Piel, A. Erickson, B. Jensen, E. Lauletta, A. . I Y I B ' M. R df ,d CA A d , Lopotko. ROW 2: L. Lass, L. Peterson, E. Kunert, V. Olson, Elgqfmilrlg,,g'hErCIi.Seg,5,tSI 'Aa pulls' 'L Mopgsgv M. Knltoy, I. Berg, B. Kaufmann. B. I-lampel, A. Tideman, V. Meister. Betty Jensen Caroline Anderson dbl wers wallcy talleies . savvy femmes . . . ginches . . . some sun o . . . Patroling the harbor for thrills on picnics, hayrides, dances, and slumber parties, were mem- bers ot the IOTA CHAPTER. The tough surtmen in the KAPPA CHAPTER enjoyed such activi- ties as a rummage sale, hayride, slumber parties, and a picnic. OMEGA CHAPTER skimmed by the submerged reefs in the open sea of bowling parties, hayrides, and pajama parties. Polores Wagner Bette Barkling KAPPA AT PIANO: D. Wagner. AROUND PIANO: E. Florzak, L. Coleman, M. Sullivan, J. Peiser, M. Hester, M. Weiss, G. Kahn, F. Odman, E. Man- delbaurn, F. Lewis, L. Schulze, E. Karras, M. Johnson. IOTA I ROW I: L. Rogers, H. Carelin. ROW 2: E. Rogers, B. Barkling, B. Fischer. ROW 3: B. DeVriese, V. Carr, A. Hein, J. Christ, D. Stupp, B. Rose, J. Donges. OMEGA ROW I: J. Christiansen, N. Paessler, ROW 2 S. Wickersheirn, M. Eide, R. Norgren, G. Bur- lingame, ROW 3: L. Corthier, N. Johnson V. Holm, M. Weiss, G. Schweer, E. Rapp. Shirlee Wickersheim 4 "All kinds of mascots from the animal kingdom." A 3 R I ll- 9 ' V, ,N f 4- 4 H, A v,f,.,. ,V 1 RQ J0 PUT CIR LES . . . ,,au.,,, ,,.,.-ns The crew oi the RHO CHAPTER was always on top deck while turn- about parties, hayrides, concerts, and dances, centered the beam from the lighthouse beacon. Elaine Kollinzas ROW I: T, Kesses, G. Kiousis, E. Kol- llnzas, H, Cokins. ROW 2: T. Vavul, B. Hotes, F. Valos, M. Kosebas. None of the deep-water sailors in PHI CHAPTER will forget the experiences on their steak fries, skating party, and trips downtown. ROW l: R. Mlnasian, B. Franlcqulst. ROW 2: J. Andrew, J. Mlchonslci, E. Porter, F. Dahlgren, E. Olund, F. Dahl- gren, Betty Frcmkquisi SIGMA CHAPTER met the breakers head-on in the deep channels of ac- tivities such as roller skating and bowling parties, picnics, and a social tea given for their sister chapter. Mary Sue Kinkle ROW I: T. Elchermueller, G. Villwoclc, M. Templnski, M. Kinkle, E. Unterre- riner, B. Wilson, P. Euler, P. Moran. ROW 2: Gr. Workman, E, Theobold, P. Woolman, D. Troester, G. Glowen. With high hopes tied to the main mast, SIGMA CHI CHAPTER , - - attended stage productions, had week-end parties, and a tour passed ' ' ' sontetlmes blind downtown. TAU CHAPTER actively enqaqed in Christmas and . . - St. Patrick parties, and a chop suey feast. With shows, parties, stepplng high and wide . . . and at donation to the U.S.O., THETA CHAPTER shoved off for the port ot friendships and fun. ZETA CHAPTER had many bull sessions while on hikes and theater parties. . -. , ,-L .I I Y I K ,f,-g,,.,,-,r-- 1 -nf , r I 1 ...Luz 1 . . I SIGMA CHI TAU SITTING: L, Hoffmann, S. Schulz, M. Minck, B. Katris, B. AT PIANO: M. Thompson. AROUND PIANO: D. Benson, Giese, E- Carblrle. STANDING: R. Ross, M. Erskson, V. K. DeSaIvo, M. Bloornlnuft, R. Garrity, A. Huber, F. Leis- Sahlberg, L. Tabbert, M. Flcht, M. Peters. ten, P. Bloomhutf, A. Witt. M r'l n Th o Louise Hoffmann U 1 Y omps U THETA ZETA ROW I: M. Menas, M. Lind. ROW 2: M. Gavrills, I-l. ROW I: A. Anton. ROW 2: D. Salerni, l-I. Pappas, M. Garepis, D. Coleman, L. Brockrnan. ROW 3: M. Huster, G-ovis, M. Scanlon, B. Vasllalcos, G. Lundberg, M. Byrne, D. Klein, S, I-Iolcanson, R. Papadenis, P. Delahanty, K. C. Roor-nbos. Kouletsis, E. Henning. Helen Gcxrepis Amelia Anton "Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friendsf, Tribute to valiant crew of five trorn wrecked SAGINAW who dled seeking aid for rnarooned comrades in December I87U. SH 2 Il Q cargo of IP, LIBRA. . . charts a ntl books . p ROW I: I. Serocki, L. Knapp, B. Epp, M. Clausen, L. Yetto, M. DeWeerdf, D. Flsher, E. Gundberg, F. Kalogerakis, A. Dwyer. ROW 2: C. Koutris, R. Peters, L. Villwock, B. Rinqgenberg, J. Mitsch, I. Maqnuson, A. Erickson, A, Klages, C, Hoff, E. Vanderplew. ROW 3: V. Groeger, I-I. Krueger, R. Ford, M, Larsen, B. Chalmers, R. Hunter, J. Krueger, J. Akerman. ROW 4: Zurick, M. Dear- dorff, L. Martinson, V. Larson, A. Hoch, B. De-right, O. Demas, N. Rleker, S. Woodford. Miss Jean Evers This year a masculine touch Was added to the LIBRARY STAFF by the presence of Harry Krueger and Richard Ford. These boys were part of the volunteer crew which provided a helpful and efficient library service for the students. This Work was supervised by Miss lean Evers, librarian, and Miss Agnes Hall has certainly earned her qrease mark in the capacity of assistant librarian. Sociability entered into their routine, so that it was not all Work and no play. ln the past year, the staff has enjoyed such events as a a given for their mothers, and a Christmas te party. an Akerman Mary Jane Zurick. Virginia Kersting, Jo Jean Krueger, Marilyn Clausen HIP FITTEIRS . Q g metulsmiths and carpenters . . . possible juice stud t While sharpening their minds ARTS students also train their hands through sho k p Wor . The facts obtained b st d ' ' ' y u y are put into practical experience in the shop. for the future the INDUSTRIAL During the past year, due to the War, the boys taking Wood shop inaugurated and maintained a steady production of air- plane models. These planes are to be used by the government to help the citizenry become adept at identifying airplanes. en s . . . sparkies . . . TOP ROW: B. DeLorme, J. Doyle, R. Helm-er H Schw . ennesen, D. Erickson, T. Strzelecki, H Gaertner, C. Lundell, C. Thayer, W. Wilke H. Golk, G. Gart, J. Phillips, B. Matthews ROW 2: G. ilirnich, R. Schwertfeger, W Rinker, J. Bailey, J. Douglas, R. Wihtfield G. Trabaris, D. Foy, L. Andrey, J. Kller, A Harty, J. Peterson, R, Lynons. ROW 3: H Swanson, G. Schoille, G. Haarmeyer J Spates J. Bailey, J. Byrnes, R. Kuhlman B"Ti1eabaId' J. Clarke, D. DuBrock, V. Van Houghton, Mr MacLeod. ROW 4: J. Casey, G. Dewitz, A. Erbe, A. Peisker, F. Perkins, G. Veyang, R. Nelson, D. Johnson, J. Kastens, F. Diesel. ROW 5: J. Freeman, J. Hager, D. Kengott, V. Anderson, W. Neer, H. Ossman, R. Strom, J. Proesel, F. Kotte, O. Kind, T. Thygesen. ROW 6: W. Tegtmeyer, R. Koehler, J. Spear, D. Peterson, G. Zuckerman, F. Misiak, S. Markos, P. Powers, V. Peter. Mr. Icm MacLeod TOP ROW: D. Dilgard, E. Meyer, L. Trognitz, W. Redden, R. Jorgensen, J. Karras, P. Frank, H. Uselding, G. Nelson, D. Zimmerman, W Meyer, T. Mueller. ROW 2: S. Peters, I. Wiese, L. Hartokolis C Amato C. B , . , enson, W. Simmons, R. Fuhrman, J. Moran, E. Senn J. Kosin N. K g, eesal, R. Lockwood. ROW 3: Mr. Anglemire, B. Posthurna, C. Janisch, J. Nelson, R. Erbach, W. Lindenberg, D. Soder- strom, l. Frolich, R. Gade, J. Shelton. ROW 4: T. Mueller, J. Thompson, W. Ekenberg, M. Johnson, D. Lorch, H. Gustafson, H. Carl son, F. White, C. Fell, T. Jones, H. Strachan ROW 5: D. Sauer, W. Peterson, H. Pager strom, H. Schmidt, W. Anderson, T. Johnson, J. Shapiro. Mr. Donald Anglemire "Damn the lorpedoes. Full speed ahead."' Reply of Admiral Farragut to a warning of the danger of mines at critical juncture of Battle of Mobile Bay, August i864 Rear A ommander U. S, TOP ROW : V. Keller, D. Fi I1 sc er, G. Powell, R. Devo M, Trams, D, Starck, P. Pe tersdorf, V. Seeberg, I, Dell J. Witte, B. Hotes, M. Connors, L. Burg J Ed walds, R. 'Sornmerl J.'CroZ nun, D. Wlttmeyer, M. Piel. ROW 2: M. Kronnenalcer, L. Marth, B. Turner, D. Schuef ler, L. Kautmann, S. Manos, D. Stake, F. Johnson, K, Ludden S. Britton, C, Jovs, E. Thies, H. Kozajda, V. Schmid, M. Oi'Keefe, T. Kromenaker, P. Tranter, L. Whalen, J. Wittmeyer, A. Baird. ROW 3: R. Godart, W. Gilbert, D. Troester, R. Hendrickson, A. Mouzalcis, V. Lundberg, G. Workman, D. Britton, C. Davis, M. Sullivan, C. Nilsen, E. Man- delbaum, R. Bitterli, J. Phil- lips, A. Speirs, D. Camp- bell, J. Hamilton, J. Lins. ROW 4: C. Canacakos, V. Kolettes, E. Granahan, P. Langan, E, Smith, E. Kollin- zas, B. Mooses. Mrs. King, L..Bales, F. Sotern, D. Bian- chi, L. Gernslcie, A. Miller. STAND J. Mandl, B. Hansen, L Hodgkinson, E. Czach, D Schneider, M. Hatting, M Taly, R. Baumann, F. An- derson, P. Schiewe, L. Mit- chell, J. Borders, D. Kies- gen, M, Folos, P. Pullman, J. Wagner, S. Clemens, B. Nicholson. SEATED ROW I: M. Connors, J. lvis, J. Kal- ING: J. Crawford, bacher, E. Fors, M. Leber J H b . u er, J. Jaerns, PJ Ramsey, E. Restis, H, Larn- bos. SEATED ROW 2' Mrs King, L. Vrionis, C. Cross. M . Jarman. SEATED Row : D. Starch, B. Katris. Mrs. Guyneth King THE GALLE Yooomk a e collision mats . . . oonooct slum NAVY IMMORTAI. dmiral Charles Stewart War o Frigate CONSTITUTION f IBI?. . . . slop jockeys . . . cook a thousand thin Never will the Viking statt forget the generosity ot the FOODS CLASSES during that early semester picture taking day, when a midday boost Was so graciously administered. That chow sure was swell! A further displace ot culinary excellence was displayed by the girls when they served mud Water, shiverin' liz, and gaskets to the guests at the P. T. A. Fashion Show. The United Service Organization also got a taste ot Amundsen girls' cookery, as the classes, during the past year, incorporated the baking ot cakes tor that Worthy cause. gslOO THE SUPPLY Il00M . . . fashion blous . . . model trous . . . With our "eyes in the boot," we show for the P. T. A. given in Moy. Eve Bristol Fdshion with foo foo ond dll the fixings Cl mote Ruth Annenorgen Walked off Wit on s make sleivvies notice the lengthy p-rode thot mode up the fashion ry femme thort took port was in shipshgpe ond h h or in CI city-Wide dress designinq oss ' ' ' f Tl h hols inspired the CLOTH- test b Winning the second prize or WOO. Suc success con y L ' ' ' t l' h ornd economicoll wardrobe. ING CLASSES in their efforts towcrrd o volried, more s y is , TOP ROW: Sulliyan, Peterson, Newberg, Schreiber, l-leer, Yagodics, Erickson, Rernoas, Schultz, Ruback, Villwock, Britton, Witt rneyer, Huber, Berg, Anderson, Elling, Thornwald, Pechart, Rierner. ROW 2: Murphy, Schrotf, Pierson, Nelson, Erickson, Pagogna Rowcldt, Schroeder, Vasilakus, Hayes, l-lardy, Fritz, Alleshouse, Sotern, Marchrnan, Sahlberg, Cletcher, Brasholz. ROW 3: Witt A ' S 'th Brown, Lofstedt, Endres, Taylor. ROW 4: R' Greene Klock Schmidt Witte Peters Seeberg Groth Gartner, mi , I S h ab Seraydarlan ROW 5' John meVeV- '95, i r i I i I i B k Shelton, Vogel, St. Pierre, Lins, Miller, Jackson, Burke, Psa tis, c w , . , - ' A ' D ' Pilecky. ROW 6: l-lerrnanson, Andros, ec en, son, Harrington, Steffen, McCarthy, Mitsch, Fanz, Monahan, Gernskle, Mltsch, Dalnton, Johnson, Kann, avles, Fetsch, Brattain, Banasch, Stadtman, Zinnof, Korkoneas, Eickstaedt, Geweke, Davis, Carson, fl. -aw-fr-eg. T'OP ROW: M. Thomas, Xi. Johnson, P. Ramsey, M. Fo- los, Y. Hagberg, C. La- mack, M. Peterson, J. Hotf- mann, B. Suchak, S. Lind- berg, D. Koehler, D.Claeys, B. Fischer, F. Anderson, V. l-ludspeth, D. Fischer, B. Monson, J. McBride, J. An- drew, M. Gavrilis, M. John- son, B. Vosiniotis, l. Ernst, A. Lundell. ROW 2: B. Boesnecker, M. l-luss, I, Hartokolis, S. Williarns, B. Gart, B. Witt, R. Hofinger, T. l-lofinger, L. Mitchell, H. Paras, J. Kremer, M. Baker, L. Gitzinger, C. Olson, D. l-lechmann, B. Dappert, L. Joseph, M. Doetsch, R. Schwab, B. Hughes, P. Evar, K, Svedholm, R. Peters. ROW 3: J. Shaffer, J. Kal- bacher, A. Koch, A, Gries, J. Borders, E. Czach, M. Hatting, J, Flores, H. Lam- bos, L. Gilmour, J. Carlson, G, Jeanis, N. Swanson, E. Restis, C. Mermigas, l. Kat- sahnias, E. Sakas, L. Dahl- strorn, C. Carelin, L. Hoel- ter. ROW 4: C. Gernskie, D, Fitzoatrick, B, Zirnrner- man, D. O Laughlin, L Schmidt, L. Vrionis, C Mueller, E. Florzak, M Weiss, J, Peiser, B. Frank- quist, E, Porter. ROW 5 G. Boule, A. Hein, B. Kat ris, M. Dugo, I, Johnson, G I-totes, E. Giannaris, C. Hoff, G. Newlands, E. Rift P. Bleidt, J. Sanders. Miss Gertrude Owens SIIURE PATRIIL . . . always... watch . . . "Where9s y f T, X T" T K " c Z -kg ,fT PT boat at Subic Bay, P. I. Lieut. John Duncan u April l942. B lkeley commanding, our pass?'9 . . . they guard our con FALL TOP: B. Koooman, L. Lewis, B. Gianop- ulos, R. Helmer, H. Elclind. ROW 2: J. Vail, R. Osterberg, J. Cummings, E. Theobold, B. Harnpel, H. Herold, D. Berg. ROW 3: l. Varga, 6. Kropke, V. Green, C. Byl, A. Beck, H. Sarros, A. Thornwald, F. Newman, P. O'Connell, ROW 4: R. Ford, A, Demas, P. Peterson, M. Govis, M. Bruce, B. Davis, E. Loprich. ROW 5: M, Mirabile, A. Klages, J. Kors, M. Welsh, R, Koehler, M. Geweke, O. Dernas. ROW 6: B. Babahn, B. Benson, A. Diacos, B. Hangel, R. Granger, ROW 7: M. White- hill, M. Neuteldt, T. Anderson. Miss Alma LeDoux SPRING TOP: J. DeWitt, M. Brown, R. Pearson, B. Mitchell, F. Balrnes, J. Phillips, H. Torp, J. Wagner, A. Keller. ROW 2: R. Hunter, L. Osborn, W. Magnuson, E. O'Bannon. J. Johnson, C. Meyer, H. Chioles, V. Post, V. Gerlich, H. Vossel. ROW 31 J. Thiele, A. Thornwald, L. Al- bright, K. Kipp, M. Gilmour, E. McNa- mara, T. King, J. Kalbacher, G. lverson, F. Singer, C. Schneider, L. Johnson, H. Demas. ROW 4: V. Pfeifer, M. Whitehill D. Koehler, H. Woolgar, R. Hangel, l. Varga, R. Fetsch, D. Heurkins, V. Hagen. S A undsen" was guarded by the Discipline on the decks of the "S. . rn ' ' ' ' GUARDS. constantly on lookout duty few of inquisitlve HALL efficient c While patroling the corridors. Miss Le Doux steered the guards through high Wateruagain this year. Standing by in the crow's nest to check on the guard posts, she saw that all responsibilities were carried out correctly and effectually. ' t of checking lockers, keep- Various duties of the deck-watchers consis ' t 1' trespassers Without legal cause idors clean, and Watching O ing corr for being in the halls. ROW l: E. Wallace, R. Gade, M. Walsh, L. Rogus, M, Johnson, G. Asvos, S. Schroeder, H. Herold, Miss Laura Kyemey M. Larson. ROW 2: C. Adarnkiewicz, W. Dell, S. Brown, T. Jones, A. Valos, N. Rieker, S. Barcklay. ROW 3: Miss Krerner, H. Barkulis, V. Rebenstorf, S. Natzke, H. Clausen, R. Hunter, A. Fisher, J. Courtney, C. Robinson. ROW 4: R. Kull, M. Becker, D. Dennis, V. Larson, M. Leftheris, J. Condos, P. Bloom, C. Schneider, B. Baumann, G. Massa, C. Nickles, ROW 5: M. Deardorff, D. Lavelle, J. Kiefer, J. Simos, J. Gray, G. Hotfmeyer, W. Walter, F. Boblaette, T. Anastos, T, Gallanis, J. Peter- son, P. Findeisen. I TUD SEA LIFE . . . sim., possibilities . . . flora, fauna, and fish . . . ROW I: A, Broms, A. Franks, A. Gustaf- son, D. Liedstrand, M. Berkshire, A. Howes, S. Mayer, M. Schulz, J. Baldaccini. ROW 2: C. Nicholas, A. Hoch, J. Lins, D. Steffen, J. Parker, L. Golze, A. Gestrich, ROW 3: G. Lundrnark, E. Hartung, W. Hein, E. Klarquist, E. Wyant, R. Stake, R. Trebilco, R. Walance, R. Hale. ROW 4: J. Trirnble, B. Williams, G. Zemel, V. Ryser, J. Engelbreit, H. Pedersen, J. McGuire, J. Brown, R. Ellinger, M. Lucas, J. Grinde. ROW 5: B. Brahos, A. Nieder- rnayer, A. Anderson, M. Connors, G. Jiaras, V. Flint, A. Demos, C. Wenner- strand, E. McCarthy, L. Aulin, C. Davis, G. Kropke. Trips to museums, parks, the pianetarium, and all interesting points ot the city, were featured by the BIOLOGY CLUB. The club was formed iast semester under the protecting Wing oi Miss Kremer. Enriching the students' understanding and knowledge by experience, besides having a good time, was the purpose of the organization. l NAVY IMMORTAL Rear Admiral Andrew Hull Foote Civil War. AY E T 0 0 0 r jimmylegs at all tunes luqh Eyes right! The Amundsen Battalion marches abroad, led by their energetic commanders, Pantelis Lambros and Christ Ulrich. First to pass in review is the Viking Color Guard proudly displaying the colors of the Bed, Vtfhite, and Blue, which their cousins, the Army and Navy, are fighting for on the tar flung battleironts of the World. Up beside Old Glory and the Unit colors, Waves the immaculately white, blue bordered Service Flag, the first of its kind to be had by any high school RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS unit. Instructor, Staff Sergeant Robert Earl Prussing, com- monly reterred to as the exec, by whose capable guid- ance and management the Amundsen Battalion marched to honors, deserves a great deal of credit. Un- der his instruction, the past semesters saw the revival of the merit and demerit system, the development of a snappy competition platoon, and of two crack rifle teams, which started and ended their respective semes- ters With a bang. Sergeant Robt. Prussing SPRING OFFICERS ROW l: R, Magnuson, A. Nel son, W, Schmidt, D. Arvidson T, O'Reilly, F. Kazlo, J, Clo sterides, R. Benson, H. Green house, F. Mitchell. ROW 2 C. DeSwarte, D. Tremulis, H Mansnerus, J. Mersch, J. West A. Beck, R. Tandel. ROW 3 E. Nystrom, J. Flodin, P. Lieb mann, W, Stieber, C. Ulrich H. Lashmet, J. Kolle, G. Mil lard, M. Stern. FALL OFFICERS ROW I: R. Benson, R. Swanson F. Mitchell, E. Nystrom, G Millard, H. Greenhouse, W Gunnnnerman, H. Lahsrnet ROW 2: D. Maurides, J. Kolle R. Clausen, J. Flodin, R. Mag nuson, W. Schmidt, A. Nelson ROW 3: B. Swiskow, C. Ulrich W, Stieber, C. Ruppert, W Michelsen, M. Stern. ROW 4 P. Lanibros, D. Morrison, P Miresse, P. Liebmann. Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Christ Ulrich Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Pantelis B. Lambros grease mark . . . always at brace . . . mastangs . . . R. II. I. P. . . . The officers pictured on this page are responsible for the remarkable showing that the Unit displayed at its three pa- rades and at the annual Federal ln- spection. These cadet officers have pre- pared two groups of entering freshmen recruits to take their places as full- fledged cadets in the future. Although some of these officers have graduated, they have left their rnarlc as good lead- ers at Arnundsen. RIFLE TEAM STANDING: J. Flodin, W. Schmidt, T. o'Reilly, J. Mil- ford, W. Gummerman, P. Liebrnann. KNEELING: P. Lambros, A. Nelson, W. Stieber, G. Millard, C. Ulrich. NY P 0 0 0 0 rnasters-at-arms... Vlkmq cordets w1II never forget th ohscovery of or sklrnush hue in the form of CI Wlre hoop by om ursuspectmq treshle Cl oertom Coptorm s clrowl on the commomd COMPETITIVE PLA TOON OFFICERS: M. Stern, H. Greenhouse. ROW I: J. West, H. Mansnerus, D. Arvid- son, K. McArthur, B. Brodersen, D. Berg, R. Hanson, R. Rapoporte, R. Eclclund, L. Stupas. ROW 2: J. Mersch, E. Carlson, K. Thomson, G. Hoffmeyer, W. Carl- strand, R. Fond A. Lilly, A. Betzelos. ROW 3: T. O'Reilly, H. Sweeney, J. Gray, H. Gustafson, A. Beck, D. Paulich, J. Mehan, E. Baird, B. Roth. ROW 4: J. Mitchell, V. Lopez. R.O.T.C. COMPANY A OFFICERS: E. Nystrom, F. Mitchell, R. Sanders. ROW I: J. Milford, F. Balmes, R. Crouley, L. Bell, L. Arnold, J. Nosbaum, W. Walters. ROW 2: J. Seifert, R. Schot- tek, J. LaRue, R. Erbach, E. Klarquist, C. Josetson. ROW 3: D. Tremulis, G. Mills, E. Wyant, B. Peterson, F. Dannhauer, J. Gray, A. Salopoulos. ROW 4: E. Carlson, E. Baird, W. Ryman, O. Weser, D. Paulick, R. Ecklund, H. Steinlre. ROW 5: P. Angelopoulos, C. Fitzgibbon, H. Strachan, B. Williams, W. Milliman, L. Davidson, D. Arnopol. ROW 6: C. DeSwarte, G. Hoffmeyer, A. Millard, R. Trebilco, L. Bournakis, H. Demos, D. Closter. R.O.T.C. COMPANY B ROW I: G. Melville, J. Mersch, F. Kazlo, W. Stieber, C. Ulrich, P, Liebmann, J. Kolle, R. Magnuson. ROW 2: W. Tegt- meyer, G. Vrooman, T. Gallanis, F. Sut- ton, B. Rernpas, D. Kengott, J. Trimble v. Lopez, P. Menefmm. Row 3. L mal enrneyer, T. Tausz, N. Keesal, J. Gelcas H. Kusse, J. Shelton, W. Ford, H. Goss F. Valdivia. ROW 4: W. Van Houghton J. Polychrones, J. Koudounis, J. Graborf R. Sternberg, R. Schmock, E. Worselc, A Fluckiger, B. Clausen, H. Gustafson, J Edwards. rootin' tootin 9, hell ln the navy they're referred to as Hell Cats, but to the "cit," it's the Drum and Bugle Corps. The Hell Cats, or Company E, led by Cadet Majors Paul Miresse and Harry Lashmet have, truly, gone "Per Angusta Ad Augus- ta." Company E, throughout the entire year, has brought glory to the Arnundsen R.O.T.C. Unit. We are one of the few schools in Chicago that can boast a Drum and Bugle Corps. Pat us on the back! R.O.T.C. COMPANY C ROW l: L. Kern, T. O'Reilly, G. Millard, H. Mansnerus, A. Beck, ROW 2: D. Wat- son, J. Shapiro, J. Casey, J. Naines, W. Dell. ROW 3: A. Gaynor, J. Mehan, H. Pappas, S. Peters, G. Polychrones, W. Ruhl, E. Boening. ROW 4: A. Glesener, H. Sweeney, A, Stathis, R. Hale, D. Berg, P. Demos, R. Hanson, E. Hoetfer. ROW 5: J. Levy, R. Olson, G. Petersen ,H. Breese, H. Luschar, R. Klier, J. Holm, R. Oster- berg, B. Roth. R.O.T.C. COMPANY D ROW l: J. West, M. Stern, H. Green- house, J. Closterides. ROW 2: R. Ford, J. Douglas, R. Rapoporte, L, Andrey, B. Theobold, A. Betzelos, O. Akerlund, J. Buckley, A. Nelson. ROW 3: M. Golk, K. Kibort, E. Johnson, R. Kraemer, C. Ollerer, N. Hawkisnon, K. Thomson, H. Throop, B. Brodersen, A. Lorincz, W. Redden. ROW 4: R. Clyne, D. Dilgard, T. Anderson, F. Diesel, N. Nicholas, G. Zuckerman, H, Claypool, W. Shogren, G. Dewitz, J. O'Brien. ROW 5: T. Thugesen, T. Mueller, G. Dement, B. Melton, l. Wiese, H. Allard, J. Peterson, R. Stieren, O. Kind, V. Peter, A. Mose, F. Kotte. ROW 6: C. Abele, J. Schoeneich, J. Klier, D, Rickson, C. Feil, F. White, J. Stritt, A. Ekenberg, A. Epert, C. Thayer, A. Schwartz, C, Lundell. R.O.T.C. COMPANY E ROW l: B. Tandel, W. Schmidt, H, Lash- met, R. Benson, D. Arvidson, R. Ford, D. Loehler. ROW 2: C. Christopoulos, R. Estabrook, C. Fischer, W. Byrnes, J, Brun- sell, J. Govls, R. Meharg, J. Clarke. ROW 3: A. Lilly, W. Neer, B. Wattling, H. Clausen, E. Mendrala, J. Schaffer, E. John- son, P. Rosauer, R. Whitfield, C. Hinds, B. Sandstedt. ROW 4: A. Betzelos, J. Mitchell, A. Woodard, G, Anderson, F. Seeds, G. Virnlch, W. Schertzinger, D. Mische. ROW 5: B. Mandel, V. Lopez, D. Larson, J. Lindstrorn, B. Sauer, R. Lyons, B. Nortrnan, G, Seretis, J. Haryey, D. Joseph. ROW 6: D. Tekip, K. McArthur, H. G-aertner, T. Kapsalls, D. Moizo, N. Hawkinson, B. Koelsch, W, Carlstrand, J. Orr, T. Christopoulos, N. Sotern. eats . . . Miss Springfield's escorts . . . we "He Gave Our Navy Its Earliest Traditions of Heroism and Victoryf' Inscription in marble tloor in front of the John Paul Jones sarcophagus at Annapolis. SIIIIDS LUG . . . ,-.,t.,.,s,,..,.,.,...,......1..,.,,,s Amundsen's popular news periodical, the AMUNDSEN LOG, issued every two Weeks by the students, has achieved an admirable record. With Mrs. Dorothy Middendorff on the bridge, the Log has for the past year been edited by efficient staffs. Headed in the fall by Editor-in- Chief Grace Ackerman, the season's schedule was highlighted by a spectacular Christmas issue printed on green paper, with a full page of pictures. Mrs Dorothy Middendorff Grace Ackerman Journalistic Adviser Editor-in-Chief, Fall Estelle Rogers Miss Irma E. Swanson Editorrin-Chief, Spring Business Adviser Donald Larson Robert Swiskow Wayne Gasper Janet Jones Dolores Filman Shirley Wickersheim Merilyn Laverty Violet Carr Estelle Lauletta Corinne Kuehnle Helene Carelin Gloria Tschudy turning to . . . few boatswain 9s mates . . . no seuttlebutts published . . . A new policy was adopted at the beginning ot the spring term With the motto, "a picture on every page," which has been carried out to the satisfaction of all its readers. This has been pos- LOG STAFF ROW I: D. Kiiskinen, L. Kevill, M. Zuriclc, B. Deright, E. Sherman, K. Thomson, Mrs. Middendorff, V. Munson, J. Christiansen, P. Corbett. ROW 2: B. Brosseit, E. Ritt, H. Pedersen, V. Kersting, M. Thompson, H. Garepis, L. Lawson, L. Martinson, G. Asvos, L. Rasmussen, L. Hoelter, J. Diers- sen. ROW 3: J. Crawford, E. Elliott, M. Yagodics, L. Burnett, M. Menas, S. Schultz, L. Erickson, M. Clausen, B. Brown, M. Pfau, D. Makinson. ROW 4: J. Rogus R. Mockler, A. Lorincz, A. Conrad, E. Castonier, L. Klock, R. Davis, J. Gibson, L. Ekdahl, P. Bloom, V. Ryser, M. Chiag- ouris, J. Mandl. LOG REPRESENTATIVES ROW I: M. Mele, J. Coburn, D. Larson G. Burlingame, P. Krler, J. Lehrman, G. Millard, S. Schultz, J. Gibson. ROW 2: Miss Swanson, A. Hellberg, M. Markey, J. Elmgren, R. Dunlap, A. Parker, D. Kiiskinen, F. Leisten, V. Kinnas. ROW 3: P. Vevang, R. Ecklund, B. Brown, D. Bjorklund, L. Dahlstrom, R. Helrner, C. Fischer, 'T. Kreutzer, L. Fick. ROW 4: J. Milford, F. Balrnes, G. Mitchell, J. Jacobs J. LaRue, K. Grutzmacher, H. Sweeney, E. Hoefter, T. Crehore. sible through the efforts of lohn Bogus, staff photographer. The executive position for the sec- ond semester was held by Estelle Rogers, Edi- tor-in-Chiet, with a capable crew ot associates. , it 7 'Aix if ,w 535.1 J 1 X xxXJX X , E Richard J. Gibson Dorothy Makinson Spring Fall ' f..a1 X ' uf' . Y fu 1 we ,f F, P ' l " .-r it i - , 1 lg 5 Advertising Manager Advertising Manager 7 in ' l iii 45 12 "Triple Protection." KY BAG Carl Tausig Wayne Gasper 0 0 0 few furloughs here . . 1942 STAFF Co-Editors D. COLLIGNON G. LINDGREN Associate Editors W. GASPER C. TAUSIG Assistant Editors B. I. DAVIS P. DELAHANTY M. EIDE L. MORGAN Art Editor R. MAKINSON 1 R. ANDERSON. Art G. PETERSON. Art H. KRUEGER, Art I. ROGUS. Photos I. KRUEGER, Index A. TIDEMAN, Index Faculty Adviser CHARLES A. BILL Gene Lindgren Dolores Collignon To those inner workings of the VIKING, this peek behind the pages is submitted. who may have wondered about the Last October a n answered the call for Viking staff candidates. The original group gradually Wore down to only f a ew more than the eight on this page. Through- out the year, the rest of the gang Was added, and molded gradually into an efficient machine. Despite the midnight Watches and daily Work, the Whole staff cannot help but feel that the past year has been Well spent. The association with one another, and the friendships made thereby, more than repay for any trials experi- enced. umber of Amundsen students Betty Jo Davis Marie Hide Lois Morgan A, Patricia Delahanty never secure . . idlers . . . no holiday routines . . Sturdy, thriving currents of aid were supplied by those whose pictures appear on this page. lt Was with this backing that the energies of the staff were dashed against the bulkheads of picture-taking days, subscriptions, and deadlines. Rob- ert Makinson, Richard Anderson, Harry Kreuger, and Gloria Peterson deserve a twenty-one gun salute for the tedious art Work they completed. Mere Words cannot express the unlimited gratitude the staff Wishes to extend to its business associates for the splendid co-operation rendered. To Mr. Fred Bab- bin, the old standby of Stearns 6. Company, for the long hours and invaluable counsel that he contributed towards the success of this annualp to Mr. William N iehaus, of the Fred Klein Printing Company, for the never-failing justification of the confidence placed in him: to Mr. Kenneth Cooley, of the David I. Molloy Plant-SK. Smith Company, for his friendly attitude of service which made deal- ing With him a pleasure: to the several employees of the Root Studio for their conscientious, efficient efforts exerted in our behalf: to these, We can only say, "Many, many thanks!" Mr. Charles A. Bill was on hand again to keep the crew on its course. Harry Krueger Jean Krueger John Rogus Robert Mcxkinson fRichcxrd Anderson Alice Tidemcm A Vaughn Saiiord Mi XJR fl ' is J "Remember Pearl Harbor."" The Sinking ofthe Battleship U.S.S. ARIZONA, December 7, t'-741. DITTY B0 . . . always have themselves ,.. "The Fish That ls Bre With the help of Harriet Nick- ols, Dorothy Thurman, Corinne Kuehnle, and Betty Murray, the February class fees were stowed away. With the co-operation ot Mrs. Rhodes and the assistance of her classes, the qreat bulk ot the adyertisinq was obtained. SENIOR FEE ROW I: L. Fernes, J. Mehan, L, Mor- gan. ROW 2: N. Paessler, S. Wlclcers shelrn, M. Nelson, J. Krueger, S. Doer- schner, P. Delahanty. AD SALESMEN ROW I: G. Kahn, L. l-lodgkinson, B Mclntyre, E. Carlsen, B. Waldmann H. Elberger. ROW 2: J. Johnson, J Harding, J. Allard, K. Sutton, A. Keller, W. Alzos. ROW 3: V. Nord- stedt, E. Stleren, S. lIIn, F. Johnson, L. Lass, J. Jensik, D. O'Laugl1lin, K Nickolson. I STAR AD SALESMEN ROW I: D. I-larz, A. Bloom, S. Heinz, B. Kirkpatrick. ROW 2: U. Sernpt, L. Oelscnlaeger, N. Lianos, J. Monolwan, V. Krowka. d in the Sea Swims Best." Gloria Peterson Robert Swiskow Ken Sutton Arthur Nelson gear . . . the devil to pay . . . dreaming of the dream sack . . . We know them by the cut of their jibl Yes, sir, these DIVISION PICTURE and SUBSCRIPTION REPRESENTATIVES have a nose for selling. lt is to these energetic Arnundsenites that the staff extends thanks for the eager efforts they contributed. Some oi the old standbys, larnes Phillips, William Barber, and Wayne Gasper bobbed up and kept plugging again this year to qualify for their fourth season as subscription representatives. DIVISION PICTURE REPRESENTATIVES ROW I: R. Koehler, D. Bianchi, C, Erskine, B. Vosiniotis, M. Johnson, L. Rogus, M. Arentz, L. Keys, J. Proesel. ROW 2: M. Kane, V. Hansen, R. Ford, G. Walton, W. ' Gasper, C. Hoppe, F. Valdivia, W. Redden, E. Worsek, J. Brockhotf. ROW 3: J. Spear, M. Olson, I. Steurbaut, ' J, Stout, M. Clausen, A. Hedges, R. Hendry, D. Rearn, D. Lindgren, D. Miller, M. Brotrnan. ROW 4: M. Folos, D. Kiesgen, L. Fick, G. Peterson, V. Flint. F. Lagg, C. Larson, J. Courtney, J. Groeger, M. Bartholomew, E. Stieren, M. Fischer. QUOTA SALES REPRESENTATIVES ROW I: H. Barkulis, P. Shea, C. Kennedy, M. Zurick, M. Arentz, L. Keys, D. Bianchi, E. Redel. ROW 2: C. Gramlich, A. Keller, K. Thomson, J. Phillips, W. Gasper, A. Millard, J. Mehan. ROW 3: D. Petrnezas, V. Gavrilis, F. Kalogerakis, M. Fischer, K. Kane, P. Petersdorf, D. Lindgren, M. Baker, G. Dainton. SUBSCRIPTION REPRESENTATIVES ROW I: P. Delahanty, D. Bianchi, M. Neuert, V. Krowka, I ':" P Shea M Baker B Vosiniot's L Ke 'II F . , . , . i, . vi, , Skoules. ROW 2: P. Petersdort, L. Keys, M. Arentz, C. Kennedy, Zurick, H. Eklind, L. Toskas. ROW 3: A. Keller, . Millard, J. Phillips,HW. Gasper, K. Thornson, J, Hagen, as W. Redden, H. Barkulls. ROW 4: A, Franks, M. Poling, , E, C-iannaris, D. Petrnezas, H. Spyrcpoulos, J. Barends, 5 I D. Lindgren, G. Dainton, E. Redel, J. Mehan, L. Wanen, ' D. Rearn. ROW 5: L. Klock, M. Peo, M. Fischer, E. 3 Chakoian, M. Clausen, C. Katris, K. Kane, F. Kalogerakis, E J. Kiefer, V. Gavrilis, D. Reise. l , , Roger Hall Davis Audrey McKeever NAVY IMMORTAL Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd First Flights over the North and South Poles May 9, l9Z6 and November 28, l929. Charles Gramlich Harriet Nickols 44.es 0 0 0 on the dog watch . . . work while wo cork off. . . Little does the vast majority of Amundsen's student body realize the importance of the several overalled men who comprise the MAINTENANCE CREW. Every day after classes end, and the pupils and teachers leave, this industrious squad busily engages itself in preparing the building for use the following day. In addition, the school's health depends upon the heating and ventilation systems cared for by these men. They The objective sought by the members of the OFFICE STAFF is to become ac- quainted with business office routine. Girls who have served in the office while at Amundsen report that their ex- perience has been most helpful in se- curing positions. are really a swell bunch-the Viking Staff lcnowsl L. to R: Abe Sampson, Assistant Engineers Dave Perry, Jacob Alsterda, Engi- neer George Smith. L. to R: Carl Boerner, Elmer Betts, Julius Bobowslii. BLACK GANG . . . they ww ,..,,.,,, .,.,,. ,,,.r..,..,-is . . The STAGE CREW is a service organ- ization, whose purpose is to assist in the production of plays, programs, or other entertainments. The work de- mands an active interest in shop Work, carpentry, and painting. During the past year, the crew designed and built the sets for the Senior Plays, Variety Shows, and other school pres- entations. The chief accomplishment is the experience the boys receive from handling tools. KNEELING: J. Shapiro, D. Oddy, B. Perry. ROW 2: C. Arnato, I. Anderson, E. Peisker, 6. Trabaris, D. McLeod, K. Thomson, W. Prassas, C. Lindenmeyer, J. Mitchell, H. Breese, Mr, Slepicka, G. Thoma. ROW 3: R. Peterson, A. Stathis, J. Brunsell, A. Frey. Mr. Frank Slepicka T Q g q not on the bush . .. supply our provisions . . . no demos . . ROW I: V. Brosnahan, M. Zurick, M. Tempin- ski, 6. Glowen, S. Kinlcle, J. McBride, E. Stieren, H. Preuhs. ROW 2: B. Callaghan, J. Chirpe, D. Wagner, M. Scanlon, J. Brockhoft, C. Kontur, E, Elliott, L. Lass, l. Gustafson. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Mrs. Esther Jones Miss Esther Biehl ,M 5 Q fe , 1 ,l,w,,,.s,, I 1. W -I Lf, wsi.:zZiff'.' .f 95315142 12' , ww, .I,,gg5f2s?1:2iQe1e1g??fgyjg3jg1,' v'54gg:fwWf - 'A A X, Aiwmfff '1 fwfaagiwfgii- 7 ..g1 ':,4PZgm-1f,,-f, ,,51gysf,351:sgfsQ1g?w:1 1 15, wi,sm..f,'.:2nff 1g4.ig:1Af'93a,ggww 'siiil VZ wmmi 521111 MW Q'- LINKS THE CIIAL F ' The G.A.A., meaning the words GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, is a club Where any girl may join and Work with others as one big team. With the help of its capable leaders, the G.A.A. has provided many hits for the student body. An especially notable one was a good old-fashioned "meller-drammer," "Little Nellie of New Rochelle," Written and narrated by the ever-active Caroline Leiter. The G.A.A. has charge of all girls' sports: horseback riding, bowling, basket- ball, volleyball, swimming, tennis, soccer, baseball, and badminton. lt suc- ceeds in many social events also, such as picnics, hikes, progressive dinners, play-days, splash parties, and other various outings. These different activities help build up an "American Girl," and gives her support to tackle any job given her. A division outstanding in its loyal support Was the 4A division, Room BOSA. lt . I I I I I I O I I MISS Mildred Heindl has been the first division With lOU A G.A.A. membership for four years. Con Sponsor gratulations, Mrs. Norcottl s...-an i Miss. Julia M. Schulte Miss Gladys B. Larsen Miss Helen E. McDonald ROW I: G. Lindgren, A. Allison, A. Olsen, P. Weiss, M. Eide, L. Cortliier, G. Burlingame, S. Wickersheim, J. Christiansen, N. Paessler, G. Schweer, P. Lundquist. ROW 2: Miss l-leindl, l-l. Cokins, T. Kesses, R. Fanz, E. Heil, R. Pearson, M. Snnallman, A. Hornbeck, J. Thiele, M. Farrnakis, A lienner .l. Vail R Kraus, A. Seraydarian, R. Jeroer, C. Carlson, D. Collignon, L. Morgan. ROW 3: B. Deright, L. Batterson, E. Kollinzas, N. Wood- ford, P. Tate, D. Bianchi, P. Bearce, L. Swanell. ROW 4: E. Olson, M, Murray, L. Praiter, M. Swenson, D. Glenn, P. Delahanty, D. Benson, M. Erikson M. Schrotf, L. Golze, B. DeVriese, J. Loosevelt, C. Nilsen, M. Englerth, R. Carnm, M. DeWeerdt, S. Brown, L. Mitchell, A. Parker, E. Fotoplos ROW 5: L. Krater, D. Lindgren, M. Jenlcinson, D. Sirn, P. Blake, D. Stadtrnan, A. Bauer, M. Bauer, G. Glowen, P. Euler, D. l-lauptmahn, I. Blornquist E. Engel, D, Heurlcins, J. Elliott, H. Diacos, L. Kevill, l. l-lartokolis, B. KU dsls. ROW 6: V. Schmid, L. Doolin, E. Eiernnann, C. Roubinclc, B. Glees M. Deardortt, L. Mitchell, B. Janakos, M. Faust, L. Freriks, J. Parker, M.Ne.ifeldt, A. Gries, B. Turner, A. Radler, M. Long, D. Wagner, D, Makinson J. Peterson, L, Petropulos. ROW 7: l-l. Eiloerger, D. Weisgerber, M. Fa gerstronfi, R. Milling, J. Borg, D. Peterson, T. l-lofinger, C. Schoenwald D. Theiner, K. Spear, J. Wahlstrorn, A. Pierson, L. Walker, M. Becker, J, Donges, l-l. Carelin, M. Miraloile, K. Paulich V. Kinnas, K. Kouletsis M. Menas, E. Carlsen, B. Fullerton. 0 0 0 G. A. A. MEMBERSHIP.. Caroline Leiter Mcrry Sue Kinkle Marilyn Thompson Louise Hoffmann Gloria Villwock TWIRLEBS . . . I. Steurbcxut P. Christmcrn P. Moseley L. Hoig M. Nelson R. Dunlop A. Iverson ROW l: M. Trams, P. Pullman, H. Swanson, M. Thompson, G. Villwock, M. Klnkle, L. Hotfmann, S. Doerschner, P. Wallin, J. Groeger, M. Bruce ROW 2: S. Schultz, D. Miller, V. Brvan, H. Golenlro, V. Post, M. Connors, V. Van Houghton, J. Jacobs, J. Klopfer, H. Herold, J. Courtney, C. Kuehnle B. Bolander, J. Farrar, E. Ruck, B. Kruse. ROW 3: D. Walsh, R. Andersen, S. Ford, V. Pteifer, M. Wagner, H. Pedersen, B, Murray B. Mallars, R. Weber M. Fitzpatrick, M. Beihlce, T. Anderson, B. DeFoy, M. Elston, M. Carlston, P. Flernlng. ROW 4: J. Carlson, P. DeVrlese, S. Drott, J. Duris, B. Ferre J. Brown, I. Ohnrnacht, R. Sommer, V. Gerllch, A. Anton. N. Olson, L. Fernes, G. Meynen, J. Christ, L. Osborn, C. golpnson, C. Goldinag, D. JBeorlcer ' ' ' A . D . . r D. Tnurman. ROW 5: B. Mclntyre, E. Young, M. Wlitmeyer, D. Gert, A. Huber, P. Lelsten, M. Johnson, B. Glese, B. La a ln, A emos, ruse, ar L. Rogus, J. Bauclce, J. lvis, V. Kastens, M. Yagodics, D. Kann, L. Johnson, L. Buny, L. Brasholz. ROW 6: D. Fischer, C. Colegrove, G. Gritllth, G Kropke, C. Wolff, G. Zernel, B. Harnpel, G. Kiousis, E. Lauletta, D. Filman, J. Olsen, H. Krueger, D. Vassilakos, G. Boule, K. Brosius, J. Jones, M McNamara, M. Hattlng, D. Greene, M. Berg, A. Niemeler, S. Johnson, H. Lindahl. ROW 7: B. Meyer, G. Wesbey, N. Martin, M. Nlmtz, M Hardlng, M. Kane, P. Rehn, N. Holdorf, V. Munson, G. Srnlth, J. Lenberg, V. Olson, F. Olsen, D. Helander, B. Bush, B. Hotes, T. Vavul J Harding, J. Gilmore, J. Krueger, J. Akerrnan, P. Beatty, C. Funk, A. Thornwald. VDLLEYBALL, BADMINTUN AND PING-PUNG, AN VOLLEYBALL ROW I: M. Swenson, H. Eiberger, R. Camm, B. Johnson, l. Kjellander B. Meyer, E. Lauletta, G. Glowen, M. DeWeerdt, M. Englerth, M. Smalll man, R. Kraus, A. Seraydarian, C. Schoenwald, T. Hotinger. ROW 2: G Asvos, V. Kastens, H. Nickols, M. Luschar, B. Hicks, B. Murray, R. Weber C. Nilsen, J. Loosevelt, D. Geannopoulos, E. Kollinzas, B. Olshan, D. Kach antones, M. Carlston, V. Pfeiter, N. Woodford, M. Fitzpatrick, T. Anderson B. DeFoy. ROW 3: M. Wagner, A. Bauer, S. Wickersheim, N. Paessler P. Weiss, G. Burlingame, B. Wilson, M. Kinkle, P. Woolman, M. Hatting A. Reitenbach, D. Theiner, J. O'Reilly, A. Howes, V. Post, P. Blake, D. Sim M. Jenkinson, M. Neuleldt. ROW 4: D. Stadtman, L. Golze, E. Eiermann L. Brasholz, H. Pedersen, K. Brosius, G. Ackerman, L. Batterson, S. Schiffer: J. Jones, P. Fleming, M. Mirabile, K. Kouletsis, M. Gavrilis, K. Gregor , M Thompson, L. Corthier, R. Norgren. ROW 5: P. Bruhn, P. Laven, J. Groe- ger, M. Schrotf, N. Olson, D. Hauptmann, A. Schroeder, M. Hauser, D Cailleteau, H. Woolgar, R. Milling, J. Borg, J. Russell, E. Ruck, M. Menas, H. Garepis, E. Goller, L. Krater. ROW 6: l. Whelan, P. Delahanty, G k H H rold M Bruce N Fett M Johnson L Kna G Tschud Kr0De,-e.- .. .. .. Ppi- Y. T. Eichermueller, E. Unterreiner, J. Heinemann, N. Hill, A. Anton, H. Lin- dahl, J. Peterson, D. Greene, M. Berg. ROW 7: C. Byl, M. Faust, I. Bjork E. Smith, G. Zemel, M. Connors, B. Bennett, J. Andrew, B. Giese, G. Peter- son, S. Ilin, M. Beisse, K. Spear, M. Trams, E. Tabar, C. Kuehnle, M. Colan J. Akerman, P. Beatty. ROW 8: L. Freriks, A. Gries, C. Funk, A. Thorn- wald, V. Gerlich, P. DeVriese, B. Hotes, G. Smith, B. Bush, H. Swanson, P. Lundquist, N. Ray, G. Wesbey, N. Martin, G. Meynen, R. Granger, M. Nimtz, D. Starck, V. Van Houghton. BADMINTON AND PING-PONG ROW I: S. Johnson, L. Hoffmann, S. Doerschner, D. Makinson, J. Jones M. Kane, E. Carlsen, B. Fullerton, D. Fillman, M. Kinkle, J. Jacobs, Ci Kuehnle, E. Lauletta, B. DeVriese. ROW 2: A. Seraydarian, J. Baucke, J Vail, N. Martin, G. Wesbey, V. Olson, J. Harding, J. Gilmore, J. Hatting J, Olsen, B. DeFoy, A. Anton. ROW 3: L. Krater, A. Allison, A. Niemeier B. Bennett, J. Looseyelt, C. Nilsen, E. McNamara, H. Herold, B. Meyer F. Olsen, N. Olson, B. Rietzler, M. Marchman. ROW 4: D. Peterson, M Carlston L. Kevill N. Woodford, l. Hartokolis, D. Stadtman, K. Paulick M. Nelsen, M. Solnrlel, A. Gues, M. Becker, E. Kollinzas, H, Cokins, Ti Kesses, A. Contos, M. Smallman. Row 5: M. Johnson, M. Faust, D. Gart A. Huber, F, Leisten, H. Eiberger, L. Golze, D. Sahlberg, E. Eiermann, D Fischer, A. Lopotko, L. Burnett, M. Fagerstrom, D. Weisgerber, J. Peterson A. Parker. ROW 6: L. Ferries, J. Groeger, V. Post, B. Hotes, T. Vavul E. Taber, M. Trams, K. Spear, D. Theiner, P. Rahn, C. Wennerstrand, R Dahlberg, H. Hochriem, G. Meynen, V. Munson. VATIUNAL IIUWLING CIIAMPS The pins were set up, the girls toed the line, the balls rolled, and the NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' CHAMPIONSHIP went to Amundsen's "Bowling Bagsl" Captained by Audrey Olsen, the team included lean Christiansen, Patricia Weiss, Shirlee Wiclc- ersheim, and Eileen Sherlock. These girls re- ceived individual trophies for their winning score ot 2,440 This score resulted after play- otts held throughout the country. Medals were also given tor being the highest team in the Amundsen league. The Individual High School Girl's Champion- ship of the United States went to Audrey Olsen for striking the score of 530. When in Milwau- kee, the team was permitted to bowl in the Women's International Bowling Congress Tour- nament held in the latter part of May. It seems as though it was an oft day, tor the girls didn't fare so well. Nevertheless, we're proud ot them! ,mv if , J-fu , , r. H. Tyne if 'V S. Wickersheim E. Sherlock Miss Heindl J. Christiansen Patsy Weiss Patsy Weiss 2:30 MONDAY INTRAMURAL ROW l: G. Kiousis, E. Lauletta, N. Olson, G. Griffith, A. Olsen, G. Wesbey, N. Martin, M. Menas, H. Garepis, M. Gavrilis. ROW Z: P. Weiss, E. Rapp, N. Paessler, J. Christiansen, G. Schweer, B. Rose, L. Corthier, S. Wickersheirn, G. Fur-lingame, E. Sherlock, S. Stie- OW. 3:45 MONDAY INTRAMURAL ROW l: T. Knipe, H. Eiberger, L. Krater, S. Meinert, L. Knapp, J. Hoffmann, B. Meyer. ROW 2: N. Colver, E, Anderson, D. Cook. ROW 3: C. Wennerstrand, E. Res' tis, E. Wallace, V. Larson, L. Hott- rnan, B, Giese, S. Johnson, M. Shirk, C. Bloornentlial. NAVY IMMORTAL Rear Admiral John Larimer Worden Commander ot the Monitc Civil War. GIRLS, AND BIPYS' The Amundsen BOWL- ING LEAGUE has grown in the past year to becorne the largest in the city. All leagues mei at a nearby bowl- ing alley, under the su- pervision of Miss Mil- dred Heindl. At the beginning of the fall team-pins and shields were obtained with the league's dues. June Cummings, Secretary Wednesday Beginners WED. BEGINNERS' ROW I: J. Cummings, L. Mitchell, M. Deardorff, E. Karras, M, Johnson, D. Collig- non. ROW 2: D. Popescul, P. Corcles, L. Fray, D. Kiiskinen, S. Woodford, E. Sherlock, K. Nicholson, B. Wallace. ROW 3: L. Morgan, J. Gilmore, R. Mclnerney R. Peterson, G. Meynen, A. McKeever, J. Len- berg, M. Yagodics, H. Preuhs. Marjorie Gilmour, Secretary Thursday Beginners THURSL BEGINNERS ROW I: L. Levine, M. Gil- mour, E. McNamara, M. Son- del, K. Paulick, T. Bennett, V. Kinnas. ROW 2: K. Sveclholrn, M. Boeth, A. Bloom, E. Lipp, P. Findeisen, M. Broirrian, H. I-Iochriem, V. Ryser, G. Nel- son, J. Maurides, Mildred Johnson, Secretary Tuesday Beginners TUES. ADVANCED ROW I: R. Huendorf, J. Hoff- mann, B. Marks, B Frankquist, E. Porter, D, Wagner, L. Schulze, P. Pullman, V. Kas- fens. ROW 2: E. Unterreiner, T. Eichermueller, L. Kloclc, S. Schultz, B, Glees, L. Yeito, P. Petersclorf, M. Greenwald. ROW 3: V. Krowka, M. Feicht- meir, B. I-lampel, 6. Kahn, P. Collins, B. Kirkpatrick, M. Dugo, I. Johnson, A. Anton, M Blankee, J. Stout. ROW 4: M. Murray, C. Colegrove, B. Chal- I'TlEV'S. TUES. BEGINNERS ROW I: R. Krieger, V. Olson J. Olsen, M. Mele, J. Harding ROW 2: F. Feret, J. Michon ski, R. Minasian, B. Katris, R Goldfein, D. Miller, M. John son, A. Niemeier. ROW 3: S Snow, L. Burnett, L. Fernes. Inza Johnson, Secretary Tuesday Advanced BOWLING LEAGUES. . SAT. BEGINNERS ROW l: M, Fischer, P. Tranter, M. Hosp, B. Hughes, M. Tausig, S. Johnson, D. Sahl- berg, E. Stieren, C. Lamack L. Ficlr, I. Bjork, B. Lindbloom ROW 2: R. Peters, 6. Swanson M. Marchrnan M. Schulz, E Eierrnann, E. Smith, J. Bal daccini, B, Boesneclcer, B Davis. Lois Walker, Secretary Monday Beginners Mary Jane Fischer. Secretary Saturday Beginners MON. BEGINNERS ROW I: G. Zemel, N. Ricker. ROW 2: L. Whalen. C. Mueller J. Chirpe, H. Golenko Pierson,,L. Walker, A. Koch D. Wittrneyer, S. Wenske Long, M. Connors. BOYS' INTRAMURAL SATURDAY L. TO R.: E. Johnson, J. Phillips, A. Engquist, J. Wa son, D. Lockwood, R. Lecture, R. Kuhlman. "The Bowling Bags," consisting ot Dorothy Schackelton, PSQQY Slimm, lanet Rassmussen, and Loraine Mar- tinson, captured top honors in the MONDAY BOWLING LEAGUE. Grace Swanson, ot the SATURDAY LEAGUE. received a beautiful trophy for a top game ot l87. Also in that league, dark-haired Elaine Stieren received a trophy for her average of 127 maintained throughout the past season. Awards were presented for the perfect attendance ot six girls. f ixf: ,..' . 2 "Not room to swing a cat." ' RIDING CLUB AZVD 'Dux IN Schaefer ROW l: J, Phillips, M, Marclirnan, N. Woodford, J, Hattinq, P, Tate. ROW 2: Miss julig M, Schulte G. AckermanHJ.CJones, OJ VY-illiarns, J. Farrar, H. G,-olengo, Kesses. ROW 3: J. Donges, . are in, . einernann, L. Tretnaway, . orlcrnan, J, Tarr. Y , ROW 4: S. Snow, L. Burnett, S. Doerschner, R. Kruse, E. Lauletta, B. Turner. Nllss Helen C' Van Sands ROW 5: N. Ray, R. Granger, I. Biorlc, Miss Schaeffer, K. Brosius, Miss Schulte, , M. Paul, Miss Van Sands, B. Meyer, V. Gevert, V. Keller. ROW 6: C. Goldman, J. Shaffer, M. Mele, F. Bernhardson, L. Wanen, I, Berg, M. Berg, F. Lewis. ROW 7: N. Paessler, J. Christiansen, B. Melin, C. Sills G. Villwock, P. Flem- ing. ROW 8: J. Prather, G. Schweer, A. Parker, C. Wolff, M. Zuriclc, L. Villf wock. ROW 9: H. Krall, S. Brown J. Stiernberg, A, Hellberg, B. Bolander, R Conley, D. Fischer, M. Feiclitrneir, A. Olsen. ROW IO: S. Dosch, N. Holdorf, C. Bloornenthal, D. Becker, M. Beisse, G. Peterson, C. Kuehnle, L. Frazier, P. Laven. Miss Mary F. With red and blue bandannas flying in the UB f Amundsen beat out Officers: Margaret Paul, Lois Wanen, Ka e Brosius Wind, the RIDING CL o a steady pace to be envied. Red bandannas ' ' h beginners: blue, marked the halting Jogs of t e d members. Sud- the steady beat of the advance den stops and spills were common, but when Marilyn Esh's steed leaped a fence, a spectacu- lar dust-biting episode was seen. The club met every Wednesday at a neighbor- hood stable, rain or shine. Spring officers Were, President, and Lois Trethaway, Frances Bernnardson, Y Betty Meyer, Secretary-Treasurer. "Low blood pressure? lil.-a ritidote for rniscgynlst. SWIMMING CLASSES . . . Iackknives . . , surface dives . . . backstrokes . . . half-flips . ,. . are familiar terms to the GIRLS' SWIMMING CLASSES. Once every week, as a part oi the gym requirements, the first year girls take one period ot swimming. Each class is divided into two sections-beginners and advanced swimmers. ln these classes, the beginning girls learn the rudiments oi the art, while the advanced students spend their time improving their abilities. Under Miss McDonald's supervision, a special class is held for girls Who Wish to learn how to dive. These femmes are present in the pool during a free period in their program. DIVING: M. DeWeerdt, D. Stadtman, B. Turner, J. Prentiss, V. Pfeiter, M. Fitzpatrick, N. Woodford, A, Seraydarian. ROW 2: B. Bush, G. Smith, E. Eiermann, H. Golenko, J. I-Iernemann, T. Kesses, D. Johanson, M. Berg, V. Post, D. Cullen. I ROW I: H. Andersen, D. Walsh, J, Condos, I. Timmerman, J. Thiele, J. Flores, A. Horn- beck, D. Dostert, J. Baucke. ROW 2: M. Mockler, H, Pedersen, V. Green, B. Ferre, J. Duris, A. Palmer, J. DeWitt, M. Sondel, E. McNamara, R. Baumann, D. Broadbent, R. Camrn, B. Fischer. ROW 3: N. Ray. ROW I: N. Fett, S. Brown, B. Schroeaer, G. Burlingame, V. Holm, P. Weiss, S. Wicker- sheirn, L. Corthier, R. Norgren, T.-Jeannides, J. Donges, M. Sullivan, M. Hester, D. Heian- I der, L. Lee, G. Meynen, J. Christ, A. Hein, T. Vavul, M. Hatting. ROW 2: J. Vail, A. Schroeder, M. Hauser, L. Brasholz, V. Van Houghton, C. Johnson, D. Starck, J. Stiern- berg, B. Kruse, B. Hotes, V. Olson, E. Lau!- etta, C. Paulsen, S. Britton, M. Miller, E. Kollinzas, M. Leber. I l Row I: E. Karras, c. Wolff, L. Swanell, M. Hering, A. Radler, T. Anderson, V. Schmid, A. Thornwald, C. Johnson. ROW 2: M. John- son, J. Courtney, A. Hegarty, E, Engel, H. Herold, J. Groeger, E. Rutfk, M. Beihke, E. Selvig, A. Benner, M. Smallman, H. Krueger. ROW 3: M. Neuieldt, M. Enalerth, M, Elston, D. Wagner, B. Mallars, B. Johnson, I. Kjel- Iander, Y. Pihl, J. Tarr, M. Murray, D, Glenn, D. Miller, M. Scanlon. , f NAVY IMMORTAL Commodore William Bainbridge In GEORGE WASHINGTON, first American man-of-war to enter Mediterranean, September IBOO. ., V -1 . r- ff - -vsmumtuf' CHEERLEADERS, GYM LEADERS, FIELD IIDCKEY Mary Sue Kinkle Lois M . Fray Leona Corthier Marilyn Rusk Mary Haiting W. Woody, A. MacArthur, L. Rogus, M. Baker, R. Peterson, A. Hendrilcs, R. Zuber Snappy yells, siaccaio shouts, colorful uniforms! We know who they are . . . Arnundserfs CHEERLEADERS! Major leliers have been awarded io the squad due to The splendid Work rendered at football and basketball games. GYM LEADERS Miss Schulte B. Fischer L. Meyer S. Doerschner L. Hoffmann P. Bloom J. Pearson M. Tempinski L. Walker D. Vcssilakos V. Kinnas J. Shaffer D. Kachcmtones HOCKEY ROW I: B. DeFoy E. Eiermann, E. Rusk, D, Swartz, R. Norgren, E. Kollinzas, D. Stadtrnan, M. Fitz- patrick, M. Smallman. ROW 2: A. Seraydarian, H. Pedersen, B. Ben- nett, B. Zimmerman, D. Miller, M. Johnson, S. Johnson, A. Palrner, R. Fetsch. ROW 3: P. Fleming, J. Jones, R. Krieger, S. Schultz, G. Glowen, P. Euler, J. Olsen, B. Jacobson, J. Heinemann, ROW 4: E. Taber, N. Olson, J. Harding, J. Gilmore, E. Lauletta, B. Meyer, N. Martin, G. Wesbey, L. Fernes, A. Anton, V. Olson. TEAM, AND LETTER GIRLS... 7 Pearl Euler Grace Glowen Marge Tempinski Betty Meyer Gloria Workman Louise Petropulos Marilyn Thompson Louise Hoffmann Dolores Filrnan Mary Sue Kinkle Lois Schulze Jackolyn Phillips Doris Cook Leona Corthier Caroline Leiter Mildred Johnson Diane Kachantones Colleen Colegrove Gloria Villwock Mary Hatting Inza Mary Johnson Ioan Maurides Loraine Marlinson Estelle Laulelta Hey, you qobs! l-lere's a crew of femmes that can really hold their own. They call themselves LETTER GIRLS, but We all know they are The "cream" of the crop. LL i THE PIIRTS CHAI.. ... VARSITY FO0TBALL TEAM Remember . . . the box of "Wheaties" donated to the team by "Frantic' '... Coach lorndt's imitation of Co- Captain Bob "Bolo" Crossland . . . Potter cut at practice . . . Chandler's 87 yard run after intercepting a pass . . . - the season's scrapbook kept by the i Wilson "brothers' '... the ol' "3 to lx H ' the right" play? :f , if I lr, T Zil I , y 4 e L I I Ken Vollmar Gus Anastos Bill Chandler Art Guy Leon Jumes Co-Captain All-State Halfback Kizet Award Ed's Trophy Coach J orndt .if t. 5'1" fvf- ' 4 ccee if "Angel cake and Wine." Lake View was the first school which attempted to sail away with our crown, but the galloping gobs set full steam ahead to Win the battle, 32-6. Heavy guns smashed holes in the enerny's line, and Captain Kenneth Vollrnar led the ship to base for the first victory. The tars shoved off on their second cruise and out-sailed Sullivan with a score of l3-lZ. After four quarters ot tricky maneuvering, the game ended with the Tigers one yard from another six points. Whew, that was close! Although playing Well, the Rough Riders were merely chow in the lunch hooks of our hungry and fast team, 20-U. Despite heavy and repeated thrusts upon their line, the Norsemen stowed Roosevelt in the hold With balanced and brilliant strategy. Viking gobs became human dynamos and mauled Waller with the score of 31-U. Tons of ammunition, in the form of energy, exploded on the field, and infected even the spectators with Wild enthusiasm. Mighty Senn battlewagons rode straight over our mosquito boat team, which crashed to the depths in their first defeat, 6-O. During the early part of the game our team played master strategists, but the Bulldogs overwhelmed them with sheer Weight and preponderance of numbers. ROW I: R. Rasmussen, R. Zerwer, J. Phillips, G. Anastos, B. Sternlotf, A. Guy, A. Mann, R. Burns. ROW 2: R. Wilson, H. A ' 'lc . ' . . h n r L. Jumes J. Sh b W. Meinhardt, l-l Juraclc, A. Berlinger, P. Strlc er, T Stern, G Parker, K. Vollrnar, B C a dle, , a az, . Wilson. ROW 3: R. Cahill, R. Spanjian, R. Sandburg, J. Seifer, R. Pearson, F. Li trot, M. Baba, K. Grutzrnacher, N. Marks, R. Fredrickson, M, Salsburg, Coach Jorndt. Art Mann Jim Phillips Ray Rasmussen Bob Sternloff THE SEASONCS' RECORD Amundsen 32 ............ Lalce View .,..,..... 6 I3 .......... Sullivan .... .....,. I 2 20 ............ Roosevelt .......... O 3l .....,......, Waller . .. G O .... ....... S enn ...... 6 O ............ Taft .... 7 20 ......,...... Lane ...... 7 6 .......... .Schurz ,.... ..,.., l 3 Leather Medal The ceiling was zero on Amundsen hearts at the Taft game, in which the fighting team lost, 7-O. The battle raged fiercely and evenly until Taft sailed over our shipmates. Norse middies unfurled their banners and overwhelmed Lane, 20-7. The tin cans in red and gray characterized the game with consistent playing, sending numerous fish to make shiverin' liz out of enemy linesmen. Pummeled to pieces by Schurz's heavy broadsides, the light Viking destroyer Went down with colors flying, 13-U. When the field of battle had been cleared, both teams hurried to misery hall. "We have mel the enemy and they are oursf' Manager Ray Wllson O. l'l. Perry after Battle of Lake Erie, September l8l3. 1 P I Bob Zerwer Manager Howie Wilson SENIDR AND JUlVIOIR ROW l: B. Blessing. ROW 2: M. Draths, T. Blaul, D. Mag- nuson, B. Morgan, E. Del-lart. ROW 3: B. Sloan, mgr., D, Becker, B. Canatsy, J. Stack, E. Christie, J. Weyrlch, Coach Delaporte. The SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM cruised through the season with seven Wins and three losses, losing to Lane 38-25, Steinrnetz, 29-24, and Senn, 42-35, to finish third in the North section. ln the play-offs, the Norse mosquito boat sank Austin, 51-31, but Was torpedoed by Crane, in the Quarter Finals, 28-24. Bob Blessing and Eugene Christie held the team on the course as co-captains. Coach Delaporte was again on deck to lend a hand in keeping the team from hitting hidden reefs. By tar the most entertaining game of the year was the one with the faculty, with Messrs. Anglemire, Bill, Ful- ler, I-luddy, lorndt, Slepicka, Small, and Weintraub, up- holding their honor. lt was a riot! Remember the six- man faculty sleeper? Bemember bullet-eye Fuller as high scorer? THE SEASON'S RECORD Amundsen 33 .,,.,,.,, ,Waller ,,,, 36 ..,,.,,,,,,, Sullivan ,,.,,,,, 25 .,.,.,..,,,, Lane ,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, 32 ,l.,,,,,,,,, Schurz ,,,,,,..,,,,,.,. 39 .,.....,.,.. Von Steuben ...... Roosevelt Lalce View ........., Steinrnetz Taft .....,, Senn ,, l , a . i , ' setzitieysgili sw.. Aww, .. ..t,, N -mam - ,, 1l2.s9nf'tw4f:fgSrs..s - - , , - -.t H em-i ' ' z, fasviiefipg , , 1- ,- V .5 -1-3 .yt J ' f g,Xf:E'g?2 i4fffe,z, fs,1c -it r 4' 3, . f ,gi '- , ,.., Co-Captain Robert Blessing Coach Edward C. Deluporte Co-Captain Eugene Christie ,BASKETBALL TEAMS. . Although fighting gorllcrntly, the Arnundsen IUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM, scull tleol by or bold luck streak, lirnped into home port with four Wins orncl six losses. lohn G-ronohcrn ond Willard Mueller, co-cgptgins, persistently kept the teorrn moving. The long shorrp shooting of Robert Kerwin Wgs also on irnportornt cog in the boot. Co-Captain John Granahcm THE RECORD Amundsen I6 ...,....v,,, 33 ....,,,,,,,, 24 ,,,,i...,,,, 26 ..,,........ I8 ....,,.,,,,, 23 ,,,..,,,,.,, 35 ,,,,,....... 29 ,,.,,....... 4l .........,,, Co-Captain Willard Mueller 28 ,V,YY,,Y,, W Waller Sullivan . Lane .,,,,,............ Scliurz ,i,,...,,, Von Steuben Roosevelt ,,,, Lake View .... Ste-inmetz ..,, Tait: .....,Y,,,,,,, Serin .,.,,,. . A... . , ROW I: S. Berg, B. Kerwin, B. Mueller, J. Granahan, K. Frauen, E. Schneider. ROW 2: B. Sloan, D. Decker, R. Schenck, G. Ve-vang, J. Spiel, G. Rohrbacher, Coach Dela- porte. llllrlllilllw 1 mall The Aircraft Tender U.S.S. LANGLEY. ig Sunk in tropics near Australia, February 27, l942. .1 1- ' V 'cf ' -rr' "iL.':' ,. . V :Nw kiwi! I My W .J-M i.,wlli.i.wi H , Y. , T2 .. Yi '- BA SEBALL, SDCCER, 4ND Remember . . . the collision between third baseman Hugh Bitter and catcher George Roder in practice, which laid open Bud's forehead and broke Roder s Jaw the home-first double play in the first Senn game . . . Phillips' homer in the Von Steuben game? ROW-I: E. Lavery, R. Campbell, B. Blessing, B. Mueller, J. Phillips. ROW 2: B. Cana s Christie, D. Magnuson, R. Frank, D. Cahill, P. Angelopoulos, J, Meyer, D, Lewan, E. I-'Ie Roder. ROW 3: Mr. Weintraub, 6. Foutris, R. Hammer, G. Callister, P. Pantfizopulos Dovekus, A. Voisard, F. Barr, N. Fitch, R. Walance, D. McLeod. Robert Blessing took the helm of the BASEBALL TEAM, and steered it through nine Wins and seven defeats. The quick eye of Willa1'd Mueller, catch- erp the arm of Big lim Phillips, pitcher: and, Blessings fielding at shortstop, were important tactors in keeping the team in fourth place in the North Section. Although the crew out-hit Lane 6-3 in the second encounter, We lost l-O. An- other heart-breaker Was the second Taft battle, in which the enemy scored many unearned runs due to errors. The season's heavy hitters were Robert Campbell with 522, and lim Phillips with .52l. Captain Robert Blessing Coach Maurice Weintraub THE RECORD Arnundsen I5 ............. I5 ............ 4 ............ O ............ I2 ........... I ............ O ............ Waller ........ Von Steuben Lane ,........... Senn ,........... Lalce View .... Tait ,........... Schurz ,...... 8 ........,.... Roosevelt .. 20 ............ IO ........... 7 ,......,,... IO ............ I ,..,........ II ............ 4 ,...,...,... 4 ............ Von Steuben Senn ..... ,.... Weller ,.....,.. La lie View .... Lane ........... Tait ....... , Schurz ,,.,,.,. Roosevelt .... WRESTLING TEAMS. 4 . ROW I: C. Timander, J. Jacobs, E. Hed, R. Ham- mer, H. Davenport. ROW 2: Coach Delaporte, C. Landstrom, B. Becker, B. Hodgkinson, J, Richard- son. W. Adams, J. Gibson, J. Kiefer, B, Korlich, mana- ger, Captain Eric Hed 'I The SOCCER TEAM had a rather disastrous season by losing seven games and tying one. However, the boys gained the attribute of losing graciously. Amundserfs WRESTLING TEAM grappled through a fairly successful season, although meet- ing, among others, such vaunted opponents as the muscle-men of Tilden, Crane, and Lind- blom. The star ot the team was Robert Wilson who Won first place in the Central A.A.U. Tournament. ON THE MAT: Coach Jorndt, O. Zeller, R. Lecture. SITTING: B. Thompson, W. Friend, D. Rusk, R. Zeller. KNEELING: J. Gibson, J. Fleming, E. Sher- man, V. Lopez, A. Stephenson, N. Marks, T. Reilly, R. Lindorft, R. Delvleyer, B. Spiegl, L. Stupas, A. Mann, C. Wilson. STANDING: H. Davenport, B. Flan- nery, E. Lavery, B. Chandler, R. Johnson, P. Stricker, R. Pearson, J. Riehm, G. Atsaves, K. Grutzmacher, R. An- derson, B. Brahos, B. Campbell, D. Murbach, J. Heinze, D. Burns, T. Collins, G. Kapsalis, P. Angelopoulos, J. Schmid. Captain Arthur Mann FRUSH-SOPH FO0TBALL, TRACK, SWIMMING AND '55 " ,sig ff, fs All 75 'Ur . -, 3 N4-.. -V ll i "Around the world for three ce FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL ROW l: Coach Jorndt, B. Harrison, B. Burns, B. Brahos, F, Emanuel, J. Hienze, R. Stake, B. Chandler, B. An- derson, G. Atsaves, C. Atsaves, W. Hirsch, B. Mitchell. ROW 2: B. Wil- son, D. Taylor, K. C-rutzmacher, J. Stewart, E. Nadolski, D. Zuber, J. Sie- fert, L. Jumes, A. Burlinger, B. Fredrickson, J. Stewart, F. MacCor- mick, B. Johnson. ROW 3: J. O'Brien, R. Pearson, B. Nelson, F. Liptrot, E. Carson, R. Sandburg, B. Spanjian, P. Stricker, B. Donovan, G. Parker, L. Jacobs, B. Gillis. TRACK TEAM ROW I: R. Weiss, P. Anthony, F. Leahy, G. Parker, J. Weaver. ROW 2: R, Doonan, N. Anthony, P. Astrenedes, G. Argianas, T. Kahn. ROW -3: A. Rusk, J. Dezell, W. Hein. SWIMMING TEAM ROW l: Coach Weintraub, J. Martin, E. Carson, T. Williams, C. Ecker, C. Peterson, C. Mitchell, R. Swetman. ROW 2: L. Bell, P, Frantell, N. Peter- son, E. l-led, V. Stieber, B. Sternloff. The greatest accomplish- ment of the FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL TEAM was the avenging of the varsity defeat suffered from Senn. They Were also the only team to score against Taft's Frosh-Soph squad. The members of the TRACK TEAM could be seen going through their routines during the spring months. Shots flying through space and miles being clocked off, marked the sessions. Our SWIMMING TEAM. captained by lim Phillips and Eric l-led, swam through both home and foreign Waters with varied success. The outstanding honors of the year were Won by the juniors, who placed fourth in the city- wide relay and medley race. Last fall, several divisio iINTRAMURAL TEAMS rl , t ed into competition qroups en er for the INTRAMURAL TOUCH- BALL championship ot the l'mination system school. An e 1 - was employed, and the one en- ' in at the end of the try remain q e schedule was Division 315.1-X. t r the annual During the Win e , INTRAMUBAL BASKETBALL taqed Hotly con- contest was s . tested skirmishes marked vic- r after victory and Division to y , 21513 lasted through to take the title. The INTRAMURAL VOLLEY BALL tournament drew its usual large field ot entrants. The freshman 'winner Was Division 21613, While 329A topped the sophomore class. The Junior ' ' A and semor titles Went to 2l2 and 228A, respectively. TOUCH FOOTBALL ROW I: Bill Chandler, George Smith, Edwin ROW 2: Arthur Berlinger, Bruce Lave ry, Ca natsy, Ray Wilson. INTRAMURAL VOLLEYBALL ROW I: Paul Voisard, James Spiel. ROW 2: Paul Stricker, Bill Chandler, Robert Frank, Nick Marks, Edwin Lavery. INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL ROW 2: Edwin Lavery, Paul Stricker, o e . Paul Voisard, Bill Chandler, Nick Marks James Spiel. NAVY IMMORTAL R ar Admiral John A. Dahlgren e Inventor of Ordnance Civil War. ROW l: Norman Surface. R b rt Frank ROW 3: INTRAMURAL TABLE TENNIS, SWIMMING, FREE With a TABLE TENNIS champion- ship offered for each class, the paddle-wielders spent s ev eral days wacking celluloid pellets over the nets. Lefty Clark Cate- lain, a real artist at the game, pulled down the freshman title. The sophomore class bowed to Al Bensman, while Pat Conner took the junior division. Edward Mag- nuson came out on top of the se- nior heap. The INTRAMURAL SWIMMING meet was held in the Amundsen pool during the winter. Splashing through to the front of the senior division was Eric l-led. lunior hon- ors were captured by Thomas Wil- liams, Robert Fosse, Bert lohnson, lohn Martin, and Richard Gade. One of the "A" club's first con- tributions to the lntramural Sports Program was the inauguration of the FREE THROW CONTEST. After several elimination run-offs, Donald Magnuson and Donald Rehfeldt emerged as final contest- ants. The play-off took place be tween the two games of a regular basketball double-header. The winnah-Don Magnuson! Ping-Pong: Albert Rensman, Edward Magnuson ROW I: B. Johnson, B. Fosse, T. Williams J I1 E Martin, R. Gade. ROW 2: E. Hed, L. As Jepson, E. Peterson, Mr. Weintraub. William Chandler number 37 ropes em in Donald Magnuson THRUW, WRESTLING, ANI! BUXING CHAMPS.. awk., The INTRAMURAL BOXING meet was entered by a large number of boys. While the majority had to be satisfied with faces full of leather, black eyes, or bloody noses, eight of the contestants emerged, each vic- torious in his respective Weight. Wal- ter Friend fought his Way to the front in the lOU pound class, While Arthur Rusk took the ll8 pound division. Also taking top honors Were: Michael Escorcia, lack Morrissey, Frank Lip- trot, lerry Heinz, Arthur Berlinger, and Anthony Reilly. The month of lanuary brought with it the meet in which the WRESTLERS of Amundsen turned on each other to vie for individual mat titles. Clar- ence Emanuel, Robert Vlfilson, Robert Flannery, Thomas Collins, lack Mor- rissey, Anthony R e i l ly, Richard Burns, Arthur Mann, William Chan- dler, and Paul Stricker each gained first place in their respective Weights. Flannery and Morrissey also Won in last year's meet. LEFT TO RIGHT: F. Liptrot, J. Morrisey. A. Reilly, A. Rusk, J. Helntz. STANDING: R. Wilson, R. Burns, P. Strlclcer, W. Chandler, C. Emanuel. ON MAT: A. Reilly, J. Morrisey. Donald Rehfeldt Laying em out thats all just laying 'em out. inmates for mi ery hall . Miricxm Boker reaches skywcxrd as fem Good ole "terra firmer." huh, Bub? compatriots close in. Get together, girls! Get together! . , . Dick Franks sees first bcxse "Soccer is cr girls' game." 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Z iff f a 1'C2ff"f1' 4 will itll' 5, A e i tl All '-' 1 R , I fig. - Ms , I.,H f ' '13, , 4 ga ,f 4 in-,i., I I M 'wg W 1 ' ff I , E, f, ,I mf, . ,V .,., ,ff I ' ji 4, I , , 1 ' ffl if X 2' fi-m.,.. 1 A"" fi fi. my it Lies . . 4"2"lf'f7lii5i'illt - ,ff.,'5'ff25' Admiral Rear Admiral Admiral ERNEST JOSEPH KING SAMUEL MURRAY lloEINsoN THOMAS ,CIIAnI,Es HART Cincus, 1.942 World War Il World War II GREAT PRIVILEGES AND GREAT POWERS are ours, and heavy are the responsibilities that go with these privileges and these powers. Accordingly as we do well or ill, so shall mankind in the future be raised or cast down. We belong to a young nation, already of giant strength, yet whose political strength is but a forecast of the power that is to come. We stand supreme in a continentg in a hemisphere. East and west we look across the two great oceans toward the larger world life in which, whether we will or not, we must take an ever-increasing share. And as keen-eyed, we gaze into the coming years, duties, new and old, rise thick and fast to confront us from within and from without. There is every reason why we should face these duties with a sober appreciation alike of their importance and of their difliculty. But there is also every reason for facing them with high-hearted resolution and eager and confident faith in our capacity to do them aright. A great work lies already to the hand of this generationg it should count itself happy, indeed, that it is given the privilege of doing such a work. Theodore lloosevelt, Inaugural Address as Vial'-prcsiflwil, 1901. Sir I HAVE EVERY CONFIDENCE in the ultimate success of our joint cause, but success in modern war requires more than courage and willingness to die. I t requires care- ful preparation .... No general can make something from nothing. My success or failure will depend primarily upon the resources which our respective Governments place at my disposal. My faith in them is complete. ln any event l shall do my best. T I shall keep the soldier's faith. General Uouglas M acArthur. WE ARE fi0ING T0 WIN the war and we are going to win the peace that follows. And in dark hours of this dayAand through dark days that may be yet to comem we will know that the vast majority of the members of the human race are on our side. Many of them are fighting with us. All of them are praying for us. For, in representing our cause, we represent theirs as well'-Hour hope and their hope for liberty under God. Franklin D. llooscve-lt. 'k Ik 'A' i' 'A' 'k i' 'A' i' 'lr E X E C S they steer us through the reefs . . Count not upon eertuin pro motzon no sep leave . . President PANTELIS LAMBROS, at the helm, greets his fellow pas- sengers with an "Ahoy, mateys!" . . . he braces himself to keep the class on an even keel . . . standing by as first mate is that tough old salt, Vice-President WARREN DONEWALD. keeping the crew in tow as he threatens 20 lashes to the lubbers . . . on hand to finance the cargo is the chief purser, Treasurer OLIVE WILLIAMS, Who merci- lessly collects the booty, from a reluctant senior seaman . . . the sacred diary of senior life on board is faithfully tran- scribed by Secretary MERILYN LAVERTY, here recording the day's sailing in the Class Log . . . the braintrust of the study crew guiding all hands to higher stand- ards is Valedictorian ADELINE HESS, Saluta- torians CATHERINE KOUTRISandFRANCES BERNHARDSON. ' Vx Yo I ,' ,L - V, gypigfff , y , 151' H-rr? I ,y l ,J WT F1eld Day on board ship." fi fliX'E,l2? The future GRACE ACKERMAN hoists the anchor of the class. "Shamrock" was in the National Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, S.G.C., G.A.A., Drama Club, Social Committee, French Club, Horseback Riding Club, and was Editor-in-chief of the Log. MARGARET M. ALLEN, sometimes called "Peggy," was in the G.A.A., S.G.C., French Club, and Hall Guards. PHYLLIS AMATO shoved off for the open sea to the G,A.A., S.G.C., Chorus, Band, and French Club. GUS ANASTOS was certainly in ship- shape and Bristol Fashion while in the Letter Men's Club, Greek Club, Latin Club, Intramural Sports, Football, Hall Guards, and Alpha Hi-Y. LEONARD ASH "rules the waves." "Lenny" was in the Boys' Chorus, Hall Guards, Prom Committee, Hi-Y, Bowling Team, Intramurals, Football, and Letter Men's Club. MARILYN ADELE BAUER wasn't a "bobbin' cork" in the Band, G.A.A., Hall Guards, S.G.C., Honor Society, and Pro- gram Committee. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Iohn Kurzdorier Ianet Iones H i . ,, s theirs. DOLORES BECKER sounded the bos'n's whistle in the S.G.C., G.A.A., French Club, Chorus, Prom Committee, and Horseback Riding Club. MARION BEISSE sailed smoothly through S.G.C., G.A.A., French Club, Horseback Riding Club, and Program Committee. ANITA BENSON, quiet as she was, participated in the French Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, College Day Committee, and was a Viking Representative. BOB BERGQUIST. the class Beau Brummel, was in Frosh-Soph Football, Intramurals, Spanish and English Clubs. FRANCES BERNHARDSON came alongside with G.A.A., S.G.C., A Cappella Choir, Spanish Club, Service Girls, College Day Committee, Intramurals, Horseback Riding Club, and as President of the National Honor Society, ROY BLADES topped the waves on the Football Team and in the "A" Club. BEATRICE BOLANDER learned to "rise and shine" in the Spanish Club, A Cappella Choir, G.A.A., S.G.C., Program Committee, Horseback Riding Club, and as a Viking Representative. IUNE BORG, a favorite of the Boilermakers, was in the Band and Orchestra, Spanish Club, S.G.C., G.A.A., and Graduation Committee. SOCRATES BRAHOS never let you down in the Chorus and Greek Club. KAYE BROSIUS followed the Mason and Dixon line through the G.A,A., Intramurals, Horseback Riding Club, Letter Girls' and Drama Clubs, S.G.C., and Bowling League. PATRICIA BRUHN became known in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Social Committee, and Hall Guards. CYRENA CARLSON participated in the S.G.C., Honor Society, Service Girls, Library Staff, Latin Club, G.A.A., and College Day Committee. BEST CITIZENS Frances Bernhardson Harry Peterson "Over the top in citizenship." MARIORIE CARLSTON spent her time gazing through the portholes of the S.G.C., G.A.A., Honor Society, Chorus, College Day Committee, and as a Hall Guard. DORIS CLAEYS' cruise was tied with the knots of the G.A.A., Beta S.G.C., Girls' Chorus, French Club, Prom Committee, and as a Log Representative. ROBERT CLAUSEN took an interest in the R.O.T.C,, Chorus, Spanish Club, Gift Committee, Hall Guards, and Intramural Sports. MARIE COLAN didn't miss the boat in the Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., S.G.C., Prom Committee, Red Cross, Swim Club, and as Log and Viking Representatives. RUTH I. CONLEY clipped through the G.A.A., S.G.C., French Club, Honor Society, Chorus, Social Committee, and Hall Guards. BILL CONTOS knew the ropes in the Chorus, Social Committee, Student Council, Log Staff, Football and Track Teams, Intramural Sports, and as a Golf Champion. Presenting IEANNE DAHL in the Band and Orchestra, Log Staff, G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, and Social Committee. PHYLLIS ARENA DAHL- BERG skillfully took advantage of the wind by filling her sails in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Gilt Committee, and as a member of the Student Council. ROY WILLIAM DAHLBERG clipped the waves in the German Club, Gift Committee, and lntramural Sports. ELMER DAVIDSON certainly resembled "Lil Abner" as Manager ol the Track Team, and Chairman of the Property and Maintenance Committee. ROGER HALL DAVIS claimed, "My theory is ..., " in the French Club, Band, Checker Club, R.O.T.C., Program Committee, Drama Club, on the Log Staff, and as a Hall Guard. ISABELLE M. DELL scuttled her sorrows in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, and French Club. WARREN DONEWALD was "Mr. Executive" as Vice-President of the Class, President oi Alpha Hi-Y, Log Representative, a member of the German Club, Honor Society, Chorus, and Football Team. SHIRLEE DOSCH was on the starboard side as a member oi the Social Committee, G.A.A., S.G.C., and Prom Committee. PHYLLIS DUWE was on top deck for the G.A.A. and Theta S.G.C. CLIFF EHRHART made a hit with the crew in the Chorus, I-Ii-Y, Prom Committee, German Club, lntramural Sports, Track Team, and as a Hall Guard. ARTHUR RALPH ENGQUIST could clear those decks as a member of the National Honor Society, Prom Committee, Log Staff, Hi-Y, Concert Band, Bowling Team, Clean-up Representative. BOB FAHEY was in Intramurals, Spanish Club, Hi4Y, Program Committee. MUSICAL TALENT Iune Prather Art Engquist "Strike up the band." IACQUELYN FARRAR was a hit in the G.A.A., Spanish Club, Horseback Riding Club, Chorus, Social Committee, and Alpha S.G.C. VERA FARRIER was never keel-hauled because she was too busy with the G.A.A., S.G.C., College Day Committee, and Intramural Sports. PAULINE FLEMING maneuvered her way through the French Club, G.A.A., Drama Club, S.G.C., Horseback Riding Club, and Bowling League. IOHN E. FLODIN was sometimes called "Little Moose" in the Band, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, Program Committee, Movie Club, Nomination Committee, Football Team, and as a Marshall. LILLIAN FORD was lashed to the G.A.A., S.G.C., Program Committee, Movie Crew, and Chorus. DOROTHY FORSYTHE was active in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Graduation Com- mittee, Log Representative, Spanish Club, and Splashettes. LAUREL FRAZIER climbed aboard for the G.A.A., S.G.C., Horseback Riding Club, Graduation Committee Chairman, Bowling Team, Girls' Chorus, Red Cross, Cleanrup Representative, and I-lall Guards. JOAN FREEMAN was known to repeat, "You ain't kidding," in the G.A.A., S.G.C,, Prom Committee, Chorus, Spanish Club, and Bowling. DOLORES BETH GART sailed with the S.G.C., G.A.A., and Honor Society, DIANE GEANNOPULOS swung into line with the Greek Club, Library Staff, S.G.C., G.A.A., and Gift Committee. CHRISTINE GEAVARAS was theiirst half of that quiet performing team in the Honor Society, Greek Club, Chorus, S.G.C., G.A.A., Hall Guards, and Social Committee. VIOLET GEVERT was the second half of the same team in the S.G.C., Horseback Riding Club, and College Committee. CAROLYN GOLDMAN floated on top in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Nominating Committee, Honor Society, Social Committee, Tri-I-Ii-Y, Latin Club, and as a Hall Guard, and Red Cross Representative. PETER GREGORY shoved off after being in the Greek Club, Chorus, Baseball Team, and Intra- murals. ALFRED E. GRUNSCHEL manned the guns in the Band and Or- chestra, Camera Club, and Social Committee. WILLIAM GUMMERMAN knew his statistics while in the R.O.T.C. Offi- cers' Club, Honor Society, Gift Committee, Hall Guards, and Intramurals. IAMES R. HANSEN took care of the music while in the Band and Orches- tra, and College Day Committee. DOROTHY MARGARET HECHMANN was always willing to help in the National Honor Society, G.A.A., S.G.C., and Social Committee. LEE ANN HEIDENBLUTH took no holidays while President Iota S.G.C., Secretary of National Honor Society, in the G.A.A., Gift Committee, Latin Club, and Chorus. ADELINE HESS steamed ahead by way of the Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., National Honor Society Vice-President, College Day Committee, Library Staff, and Iota S.G.C. Vice-President. RENIE HOBLER was in Band, S.G.C., G.A.A., and Graduation Committee. STUDENT LEADERSHIP William Gummerman Suzanne Stauber "Able to command." Keeping things splashing was MARY IANE HOFFMAN as Clean-up, Log, and Viking Representatives, S.G.C. President, Gift Committee Co-Chain man, a member of Red Cross, G.A.A., and Bowling League. THERESA HOFINGER appeared in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Tennis, and Social and Nomi- nating Committees. NEDRA IEANNE HOLDORF cleared the decks in the S.G.C., Gift Committee, G.A.A., and Riding Club. LUCY HYLER, "everybody's big sister," was in the National Honor Society, S.G.C., G.A.A., French Club, Chorus, and Program Committee. MARY IANE IENSEN peeped through the portholes as S.G.C. Treasurer, French Club President, Theta President, G.A.A., Hall Guards, and Graduation Committee. ROSE LYN IERGER could imitate a gob in the Gift Committee, G.A.A., and as a S.G.C. Treasurer. Fair weather accompanied CATHY IOHNSON in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Log Staff, French Club, Tri-Hi-Y, and Social Committee. IANET IONES was swell to know in the French Club, Bowling League, Horseback Riding Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Social Committee, Service Girls Treasurer, and Log Associate Editor. WILLIAM S. IOSEPH was dubbed "Mr. Efficiency" in Boys' Chorus, Hall Guards, and Chief Marshall, THEODORA KAULENTIS let the deep blue sea show her the way in the Greek Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Office Staff, and Graduation Committee. VONNA IEANNE KELLER'S disposition was prominent in the Tri-I-li-Y, Latin Club, Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C., Prom Committee, Bowling League, and Honor Society. WILLIAM G, KILEY had to hustle aboard because he was just here in time for the last run. WALTER KIRNBAUER was our Information Please in the R.O.T.C. and National Honor Society, CATHERINE KOUTRIS climbed aboard for the S.G.C., G.A.A., National Honor Society, Library Staff, Greek and Latin Clubs. CORINNE KUEHNLE bore a hand in the National Honor Society, Student Council, Spanish and Latin Clubs, Program Committee, Viking Staff, and as Gamma S.G.C. Vice-President, and Log. IOHN G. KURZDORFER never missed honors in the National Honor So! ciety, German Club, Gift Committee, Band, and Intramural Sports. PAN- TELIS B. LAMBROS could claim "My friends" as being his own as Class President, Student Council President, Lieutenant Colonel R.O.T.C., Vice- President Greek Club, Hi-Y, and National I-lonor Society. ALFRED GEORGE LANG was in Intramurals and German Club. VINCENT L. LANG followed right along in Hi-Y, Program Committee, Swimming Team, Hall Guards, Bowling Team, and Intramural Sports. VICTOR LARSON climbed aboard by way of the Chorus, Spanish Club, Social Committee, and as Clean-up, Viking, and Log Representatives. PATRICIA LAVEN had everything down "Pat" on the Program Committee, Log Staff, G.A.A., French Club, Red Cross, S.G.C., and Tri-Hi-Y. MOST POPULAR Robert Zerwer Dorothy Thurman "ln the stream of popularity." MERILYN LAVERTY was Miss Secretary DeLuxe" as Class Secretary, Alpha S.G.C. President, Student Council Secretary, Secretary of S.G.C. Council, Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, and member of Log Staff. GENE LIND- GREN filled her Log Book as Viking Co-Editor, member of National Honor Society, Prom Committee, Latin Club, and Gym Leader. RUTH ANN LINDSKOG remembered her lingo in the Program Committee, Library Staff, Orchestra, Latin Club, G,A,A., Bowling Team, Hall Guards, S.G.C., and as a Clean-up Representative, GERALD MAGNUSON was a true "King Size" in the Graduation Committee, Band, Intramural Sports, and as a Hall Guard. ANTHONY C. MAINIERO jubilantly sailed into the home port after dock- ing in the harbors ot the Soccer Team, Intramural Sports, cmd as a R.O.T,C. member. While looking through the porthole we noted that IOHN MAROPOULOS ably assisted the crew while participating in Intramural Sports. IOHN I. MARSHALL, IR., was the king pin in Bowling, Football, Track, Intramurals, Spanish Club, Chorus, and Program Committee. DEMETRIOS G. MAURIDES was part of the crew in the R.O.T.C., Social Committee, Movie Crew, Soccer Team, Hall Guards, Greek and French Clubs. MARY MCNAMARA had a "corking good time" in the Movie Crew, French Club, Social Committee, G.A.A., and S.G.C. GEORGIA MERMIGAS was "Smiling High" in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Greek Club, Honor Society, Library Staff, and College Day Committee. WAYNE R. MICHELSEN earned his stripes in the R.O.T,C., German Club, Mixed Chorus, Prom Committee, and Drum and Bugle Corps. THEODORE MILLER was "teasingly yours" in the Spanish Club, Band, Graduation Committee, and as a Football Manager. MARILYN MILLING could be counted on in the G.A.A., Chorus, Spanish Club, Student Council, College Day Committee, and as a Log Represen- tative. RUTH E. MILLING was outstanding on the cruise list in the G.A,A., Chorus, Hall Guard, and Clean-up Campaign. MARIE MIRABILE corked up a busy voyage in the French Club, G.A.A., Hall Guard, S.G.C., Social Committee, and Chorus. PAUL L. MIRESSE became a "Little Napoleon" by way of the Officers' Club of the R.O.T.C., Co-Chairman of Prom Committee, Band, Spanish Club, and Ring and Pin Committee. IEAN MIX slapped that bass in the Concert Band and Orchestra, French Club, Social Committee, G.A.A., and S.G.C. VIOLET MOLL was cruising along in the Chorus, G.A.A., and S.G.C. SOCIAL PROMINENCE Kaye Ziegler Clyde Ruppert "Off-Duty Gadaboutsf' BOB MORGAN was a strong link that made up the chains of the Gift Committee, Basketball Team, Red Cross, Hall Guards, and Intramural Sports. BETTY MURRAY broke the calm as a member of the French Club, Library Staff, Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, College Day Com- mittee, and as a Viking Representative. HENRY NELSEN signalled iull speed ahead while being a Clean-up Rep- resentative, Hall Guard, and Marshal. MARIORIE LOUISE NELSON was in the midst of an ocean of activities while in the Latin Club, G.A.A., Eta S.'G.C., Social Committee, Spanish Club, Chorus, and Log Staff. HANS G. NEUERT heard "Let Hans do it" as Chairman of the Mainte- nance Committee, Movie Crew, Stage Crew, R.O.T.C., Program Committee, Boys' Chorus, and as Clean-up and Log Representatives. HARRIET NICKOLS stowed away in the Greek Club, Library Staff, Social Commit- tee, Viking Staff, G.A.A., S.G.C., and Intramurals. ROBERTA NIGG climbed aboard by way of the G.A.A., S.G.C., Spanish Club, Splashettes, and Graduation Committee. ED O'BRlEN was pre- pared ior a long voyage while in the Chorus, Movie Crew, Intramurals, and Hall Guards. LUCILLE O'BRIEN or "Lucy" was easily sighted from the crow's nest as being active in the G.A.A., and Graduation Committee. AUDREY OLSEN made "ZOO every line" in the French Club, Horseback Riding Club, Chorus, G.A.A., as Delta S.G.C, President, Graduation Com- mittee Co-Chairman, Bowling League President, Log Representative, and Hall Guard. BETTY IANE OLSHAN participated in the French Club, Pro- gram Committee, G.A.A., S.G.C., Splashettes, and Hall Guards. EVELYN OLSON was in the Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee. MARIAN OLSON splashed through the G.A.A., Hall Guards, College Day Committee, S.G.C., and Girls' Chorus. NORMA OLSON was seen on the bridge while in the Spanish Club, Bowling League, College Day Commit- tee, Epsilon S.G.C., G.A.A., and Chorus. ZILLA MAE OLSON locked the hatch before submerging into the French Club, Epsilon S.G.C., and Grad- uation Committee. ANITA OSSMAN was meeting the wind and currents in the Chorus, Col- lege Day Committee, G.A.A., and S.G.C. HELEN PARAS kept bobbin' up in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, and Social Committee. MAR- GARET PAUL arrived late but had plenty of time for an active part in the Horseback Riding Club, Program Committee, GJ-LA., and S.G.C. SERVICE LEADERSHIP Betty Spahr Paul Miresse "Serviceable Shipmatesf' WALTER H. PETERS came sailing through the Band, Spanish Club, Grad- uation Committee, and Intramural Sports. DOROTHY PETERSON wasn't a landlubber while participating in the G.A.A., Honor Society, Iota, S.G.C., and as Secretary of the College Day Committee, HARRY F. PETERSON. IR. plowed straight on through the National Honor Society, Gift Com- mittee, Latin Club, and Intramural Sports. WILLIAM C. PETERSON journeyed through the seas of the Graduation Committee, Chorus, Hall Guards, Soccer and Basketball Teams, and as a Log Representative, and Ping Pong winner. ROBERT PIHL besides being in the brig, was in the Spanish Club, Prom Committee, Swim Team, and Clean-up Committee. MARY POIRIER was a shy "Little Miss" in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Movie Crew, and as a Hall Guard. LENNART POLSON was on the roll in Intramural Sports, Track and Foot- ball Teams. IUNE PRATHER was found warbling through the Horseback Riding Club, Chorus, National Honor Society, French Club, G.A.A., and S.G.C. RAY A. RASMUSSEN knew the answers in the Hi-Y, the Hall Guards, Football Team, Clean-up Committee, German Club, Social Com' mittee, Intramurals, and as Log Representative. After four years, IOHN REDING knew the Band from stem to stern, and was an A-l boilermaker. ARLETTE REITENBACH knew starboard from port in the German Club, G.A.A., and the Senior Girls' Club. GEORGE JAY RICHARDSON wore a path to the brig by way of the Hi-Y, Band, Orchestra, Soccer Team, Nominating Committee, Intramurals, Clean-up Committee, and the Student Council. HOLLIS F. RICHARDSON drummed his Way through the Band, Program Committee, Bowling Team, and Frosh-Soph Football Team. "Boojee," or CLYDE RUPPERT, qualified as a boilermaker with his clarinet in Hi-Y, Band, Social Committee, Officers' Club, R.O.T.C., and Intramural Sports. BILL SAKAS was floundering off-shore in the Hall Guards, Hi-Y, Movie Crew, Football Team, and Boys' Chorus. DON SAMUELSON didn't need the fog horn in the Marshals, Band, Honor Society, Student Council, Clean-up Committee, and as Program Committee Chairman. CAROLINE SCHOENWALD was known as "Shrimp," and caused quite a riot in the G.A.A., S.G.C. CGammal, Program Committee, and the German Club. ROBERT P. SCHRAMM had his eye on the galley in the Maintenance Committee, Hall Guards. BETTE S. SCHULER lent vocal aid to the French Club, Red Cross, Program Committee, Theta S.G.C., and Chorus. ROBERT SEABERG sailed straight through the channel markers of the Bowling Team, Chorus, and Hall Guards, saying, "I haven't got a pencil." WILLIAM I.. SEILER. also called "Silverstein," boarded the S. S. Amundsen late, but took part in the Log, and Intramural F ootball. DRAMATIC TALENT Iohn Marshall Grace Ackerman "Due for curtain calls." MARY LOU SHIRK joined the gang in Intramurals, Student Council, Or- chestra, Chorus, Program Committee, G.A.A., S.G.C., Library Staff, Clean- up Committee, Latin Club, and Bowling Team. ERRETT SMITH set a pace in the French Club, and Program Committee. BETTY SPAHR was in Stu- dent Council, National Honor Society, President Beta Tri-Hi-Y, G.A.A., S.G.C., Chorus, and Spanish Club. MYRTLE SPARKS was the life of the G.A.A., Honor Society, Gift Come mittee, S.G.C., and Latin Club. KATHERINE SPEAR kept her "knots" up in S.G.C., Chorus, Social Committee, Greek Club, and as a Gym Leader. SUZANNE STAUBER. "Hi-ah kids!" was popular in National Honor So- ciety, Intramurals, G.A.A., Prom Committee, Hall Guard, Latin Club, and as Beta Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer. TOM STEIN was "hep" in Letter Men's Club, Hi-Y, Intramurals, Spanish Club, Hall Guard, Nominating Committee, Graduation Committee, and Chorus. BOB STERNLOFF starred in Hi-Y, Intramurals, Clean-up Com- mittee, Spanish Club, Viking Staff, Chorus, Hall Guards, and Gift Com- mittee. SHIRLEY STIELOW joined the Library Staff, German Club, S.G.C., Bowling Club, Gift Committee, Viking Representative. RUSSELL SWANSON was on board in the B.O.T.C., and College Day Com- mittee. EVE TABAR was behind the helm in Hall Guards, Log Represen- tative, Gift Committee, S.G.C., Student Council, Chorus, G.A.A., German Club, and Swimming, "Berd" or CARL TAUSIG was "on the beam" in the National Honor Society, Wrestling Team, Concert Band, Orchestra, Viking Staff, Gift Committee, Latin Club, and Intramurals. IUANITA TETER knew the signals in G.A.A., S.G.C., German Club, Gym Leader, and Social Committee. DOROTHY THEINER fell overboard for G.A.A., S.G.C., German Club, Honor Society, and Social Committee. DOR- OTHY THURMAN was a blond bombshell in G.A.A., S.G.C., Student Council, Tri-Hi-Y, Chorus, Social Committee, Viking Representative, and Log Staff. BILL TOBEY coiled his thoughts in the Swimming Team, French Club, and Basketball Team. MARY IANE TRAMS ably charted her course with the aid of the G.A.A., Hall Guards, Chorus, Epsilon S.G.C., and Social Com- mittee. PENELOPE VERTOGIAS was rather shy but was in the"miclst of an ocean of activities in the G.A.A., Greek Club, and College Day Com' mittee. LUCILLE VIRNICH was seen bobbing in and out of the S.G.C., G.A.A., and Graduation Committee. HARRY VITOGIANES always had a line when participating in Bowling Club, Intramurals, Hall Guards, Camera Crew, and Greek Club. KENNY VOLLMAR plowed down the field in Football, Wrestling, Swimming, Intramurals, Hall Guard, Mixed Chorus, Marshal, Hi-Y, Letter Men's Club, German Club, and Bowling. ATHLETIC PROMINENCE Ken Vollmar Audrey Olsen "Trophy Holders" HELEN VOSINIOTIS dlcl not "caulk off," or sleep at the post, while pare ticipating in the Spanish Club, G,A.A., S.G.C., and as Secretary of the Social Committee. IANET WAHLSTROM found plenty of things to do after she began work on the Gift Committee and Poster Committee, and as a member of the G.A.A., S.G.C., and Chorus. GERALDINE LEE FRANCES WECKLER was found Iitterbugging her way through the Latin Club, G.A.A., Prom Committee, S.G.C., Splashettes, and as a Swim Leader. MARION WEIDE, in her quiet way, sailed easily through such activities as the Iota S.G.C., G.A.A., the Gift Committee, and served her division as a Log Representative. While gaddingabout, GLORIA WESBEY found time to participate in the Epsilon S.G.C., Latin Club, G.A.A., Chorus, Bowling League, Social Com- mittee, as Assistant Social Chairman of the S.G.C. Council, and as a Log Representative. HELEN WEST called at the ports of the Social Committee, Beta S.G.C., Swimming Club, G.A.A., and French Club. IANIS WESTCOTT maneuvered her way to the ports of the College Day Committee, S.G.C., G.A.A., and Girls' Chorus, and served as a Hall Guard. JUNE WESTERLAND'S determination to succeed was made good by her work as Chairman of the College Day Committee, President of the Tennis Club, and as a member of the G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, Chorus, and German Club. C lass M Otto : G4 Very the TOP99 Our chief purser was OLIVE WILLIAMS as Treasurer of the Senior Class. and in the Tri-Hi-Y as Vice-President, Drama Club, S.G.C., Horseback Riding Club, Intramural Sports, Latin Club, and Temporary Program Come mittee. MARY WITSCHER came right along in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Grad- uation Committee, and Swim Club. IAMES WOLTER was the "drummer boy" who beat his way through the Hi-Y, Band, Intramural Sports, Swimming Team, Prom Committee as Chairman, Nominating Committee, and Ring and Pin Committee. ROBERT ZERWER kept popping up on the Football Team, Wrestling Team, Student Council, I-li-Y, Class Sergeant-at-Arms, and "A" Club. KAYE ZIEGLER distinguished herself in the Tri-Hi-Y, Senior Committees, S.G.C., and the G.A.A. IACK ZURICK bounded down the gangplank after cruising through the Student Council, Intramural Sports, Red Cross, and as Chairman of the Program Committee, and as a Log Representative. SHY SHIPMATES hammock ladder pictures . . . Wally Betts, Bob Crossland. Pat Gaul. Betty I. Hartwick Edsel C Iohnson Norma Kerwer Dorothy Lee, Bessie Mavros, Don W. Morrison, Anna Marie Pam-tier, Art Putlconen President Barber the I Q 9 Q buzzurds . . . on bridge... they hold the senior sack. . . "Full speed dheadiv. . . Vice-President Larson Sergeants-at-Arms: Stack, Christie and Mann. nd of Captain WILLIAM BARBER bellows the comma the day to his Boatswain, DONALD LARSON. in the crow's nest, to pipe all hands on deck as the good ship lune '42 is made shipshape to leave dock . . . Mean- ' ' ' E KINKLE, takes while, the chief financier, MARY SU f ll cting the customs duties and dealing out charge o co e monthly insults . . . Secretary MARIE EIDE inscribes her last entry in the Log Book as she prepares to join the crew of 380 astern . . . The discipline-conscious HS. P.'s" duties are efficiently carried out by the class jirnrny- legs, IOHN STACK, EUGENE CHRISTIE and ART MANN . . . Storing up for future voyages, are lntelli- gence Officers MARIE EIDE, Valedictorian, and DO- LORES COLT IGNON. salutatorian . . . With every- t rn to stern in good order, the cruiser lune thing from s e '42 stows anchor and fades away in the horizon. NAVY I MMORTAL George Bancroft Founder of U. S, Naval Academy October IO, I845. Treasurer Kinkle Secretary Eide if ' I Y ' , . f' ff- 1, Valedictorian Eide and Salutatorian Collignon. f . QL. . LOIS ALBRIGHT signalled full speed ahead in the G.A.A., S.G.C., French Club, Band, Horseback Riding Club, and the Drama Club. Also aiding in the launching comes CAROLINE ANDERSON in the G.A.A., Bowling League, as the President of Gamma S.G.C., and as a member of the Social Committee. RICHARD ANDERSON or "Andy" took no holidays in the Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club, Art Club, and on the Viking Staff. IEAN "Dizzy" ANDREW weathered the storm in the G.A.A., Band, French Club, Intramural Basket- ball, Senior Girls' Club, Honor Society, and as a member of the Gradua- tion Committee. PETER ANGELOPOULOS gave commands as an able Greek Club Pres- ident, participated in the R.O.T.C., Orchestra, Wrestling Team, Baseball Team, and was a Hall Guard. "Mitzie" better known as AMELIA ANTON, lent a helping hand in the G.A.A., Senior Girls' Club, Bowling League, and Greek Club. ball and Baseball Teams. POPULARITY Eugene Christie Lois Fray X "First on the Hit Parade." M f f ffl! ' WJ K, f . l t BILL BARBER took the helm as President at the Class, President oi the Hi-Y, a member of the National Honor Society, and a Viking Represen- tative. BETTE BARKLING cruised along in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Spanish Club, Chorus, Bowling League, Prom Committee, and as a Log Represen- tative. I-'RANK BARR participated in the Orchestra, German Club, Hi-Y, Prom Committee, Football and Baseball Teams. We find BONNIE BAUGHMAN looking through the porthole in the G.A.A. and Girls' Chorus. ROBERT BEAUBIEN rode the waves in the R.O.T.C., Log Staff, Red Cross, and as a Viking Representative. DICK BECKER was Student Council Treasurer, Hi-Y Secretary, a member of the Basketball Team, Letter Men's Club, and on the Prom Committee. GEORGE BEILSTEIN made the Intramural Baseball Team his major port of call while aboard the S. S. Amundsen. DOROTHY BENSON held her course in the Latin Club, Student Council, S.G.C., G.A.A., and Swimming. IVY BERG got the come ahead signal in time for the Student Council, Spanish Club, the S.G.C., the G.A.A., and the Chorus. IOHN BERNS hoisted the anchor in Football, Intramurals, Wrestling, Hi-Y, as a Boxing Champ, and member oi the Prom Committee. IOHN BILSKI was an able-bodied seaman on the Track and Football Teams. BUD BITTER sailed into port after docking in the harbors of the Alpha Chapter of the I-li-Y, Gift Committee, Bowling League, Spanish Club, Boys' Chorus, Foot- SOCIAL PROMINENCE Dorothy Dixon Richard Becker "The social flow of pleasure's tide." RUTH "Mousie" BITTERLI steered clear of the Saragosso Sea while taking an active part in the G,A.A., Senior Girls' Club, Girls' Chorus, and as a member of the Nominating Committee. Headed for the open sea was TOM BLAUL as an Intramural Boxing Champ, and as Captain of the Basketball Team. ROBERT BLESSING climbed aboard as Vice-President of Alpha Hi-Y, Cap- tain of the Baseball and Basketball Teams, Treasurer of the German Club, and Chairman of the Prom Committee. The keynote was sounded by MARY BLOOMHUFF who participated in the G.A.A., Latin Club, lntra' murals, and Tau Chapter of the S.G.C. PATRICIA BLOOMHUFF ably assisted the crew of the S. S. Amundsen as a member of the G.A.A., Latin Club, Secretary of the Tau Chapter of the S.G.C., and member oi Intramural Teams. STANLEY BORGMAN clamored aboard as a first class seaman and joined the ranks oi the "Movie Gang." Spick and span tor inspection was ROBERT BORMANN in the R.O.T.C., Bowling League, on the Baseball and Rifle Teams. NESTOR BRAHOS skillfully took advantage of the wind by filling his sails in the Greek Club, and Soccer Team. LORAINE BROCKMAN, called "Lorie" by her friends, could be counted on in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Girls' Chorus and Spanish Club. MARILYN BROOKS kept her eyes in the boat as a member of the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, S.G.C., Latin Club, Spanish Club, Red Cross, Hall Guard, and Log Representative. VIRGINIA BROSNAHAN led the life oi Riley as the Secretary of the Delta S.G.C., member of the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, and G.A.A. BEVERLY BROSSEIT floated along in the S.G.C., G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, German Club, Hall Guards, and on the Log. BETTE BROWN carried on in the Tri-Hi-Y, S.G.C., G.A.A., French Club, Bowling League, Riding Club, and as a Log Representative. ROBERT BROWN manned the guns in the Football, Wrestling, Track, Intramural Boxing and Basketball Teams, as a member of the Marshals, Letter Men's Club, and Vice President of the Hi-Y. LORRAINE BURKE Was in the German Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, and Chorus. GEORGIA BURLINGAME was our Betty Co-ed in the French Club, S.G.C., Bowling League, Log Representatives, and was Vice-President of the Alpha Tri-I-li-Y. Caught by the current was LOIS BURNETT in the Drama, French, Riding Clubs, G.A.A., S.G.C., Bowling League, and Log Staff. Holding his own was RICHARD BURNS in the Football and Wrestling Teams, German Club, Chorus, Hall Guards, and Prom Committee. . ,iiiz ttt-, 'V,. VERSATILITY J ir ee Wickersheim Guy Millard im ' ,fV1,g,Qfk11l'T1ame it, they do it." I 4 2 MADGE BYRNE didn't need the fog horn to sail through the fog as a member of the S.G.C., G.A.A., and the Mixed Chorus. RICHARD "Dick" CAHILL paddled his own canoe as the Chairman of the Graduation Com- mittee, member of the Baseball and Football Teams, Letter Men's and Spanish Clubs. BARBARA CALLAGHAN. called "Kelly," hastily left port to join the Spanish and French Clubs, Delta S.G.C., Red Cross, G.A.A., Log Repre- sentatives, and was Treasurer of the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y. GEORGE CAL- LISTER, known as "Cal," batted his way aboard by being active on the Baseball Team. ELAINE "Bugs" CARBINE didn't find any crabs in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Gift Committee, Latin Club, as a Cleaneup Representative, and member of the National Honor Society, HELENE CARELIN was in the German and Latin Clubs, S.G.C., President of the Beta Tri-Hi-Y, and Associate Editor of the Log. Skimming the tops of the waves we find EARL CARLSON as a member of the Competitive Platoon of the R.O.T.C., Spanish Club, and Hall Guards. GROVER CARR was on the beam in the Spanish Club, Latin Club, Con- cert Band, Clean-up Staff, Baseball and Track Teams. Along the coast- line came VIOLET CARR in the S.G.C., French Club, National Hono5So- ciety, and Log Associate Editor. IACQUELINE CHRIST was out in deep water as a member or G.A.A., Spanish Club, and Bowling League. IEAN CHRIS IANSEN "Chris" was in the Honor Society, Spanish Club, S.G.C., Service Girls, Log Staff, College Day Committee Chairman, Alpha Tri-Hi-Y President. Avoiding shallow water was EUGENE CHRISTIE. Class Sergeant-at-Arms, President "A" Club, Captain of the Basketball Team. STAN CLETCHER had a nautical time as a Hall Guard, Log Representa- tive, in a Bowling League, and Football, Volleyball, Softball, and Bas- ketball lntramurals. IOHN CLOSTERIDES kept afloat as a member of the R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, -Greek Club, and Rifle Club. HELEN COKINS needed no repairs while in the Mixed Chorus, G.A,A., Movie Crew, Greek Club, Spanish Club, S.G.C., and Bowling League. DOROTHY COLEMAN topped the waves as Vice-President Theta S.G.C., in the G.A.A., and Bowling League. LORRAINE COLEMAN stood at at- tention while in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Latin Club, Bowling League, and Library Staff. DOLORES COLLIGNON, or "Greefy," was Salutatorian, Viking Co-Editor, National Honor Society President, and a member of the College Day Committee, S.G.C., and Bowling League. PERSONALITY Iohn Stack Betty Wilson "Personality . . . the secret of the universe." ALBERT CONRAD won his service stripes through hard work on the Log Staff, in the German Club, Honor Society, and an active role in Intra- murals. HARRY CONSTANTINE, called "Connie" by all who know him, steamed ahead through the Latin Club, Band, Honor Society, Intramural Sports, as a Hall Guard, and Greek Club Secretary. PATRICIA CORDES was out of the mist in the Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Student Council, Bowling League, on the Prom Committee, and as the Delta S.G,C. Secretary. Drifting along with the rest was ANN CORKELL in the Latin Club, G.A.A., Bowling League, on the Social Committee, and as a Delta S.G.C. Treasurer. LEONA CORTHIER or "Lee" was President of the L,G.C., French Club Vice4President, Captain of the Cheerleaders, Honor Society, S.G.C., G.A.A., Graduation Committee, Intramurals, and Bowling. VIRGINIA CORTS shoved off for the open sea in the Gamma S.G.C., Spanish Club, and on the Graduation Committee. THOMAS COUSTON might easily have been sighted as an active member of the Student Council and on the Graduation Committee. IUNE CRAW- FORD scuttled her fears as a member of the G.A.A. and as a Log Rep- resentative. Meeting the ocean traffic was IEAN CRONIN in the G.A.A., Alpha S.G.C., Mixed Chorus, as a Splashette, and on the Social Com- mittee. IUNE CUMMINGS kept busy as President of the Bowling League, Spanish Club President, Social Committee Treasurer, and in the G.A.A., Beta S.G.C., Drama Club, and the Mixed Chorus. EILEEN CZACH was known as "Butch" to her classmates in the G.A.A., Spanish Club, Chorus, and S.G.C. FLORENCE DAHLGREN helped keep things adrift in the G.A.A., French Club, S.G.C., and Hall Guards. Aiding her sister was FRANCES DAHLGREN or better known as "Shorty" in the G,A.A., French Club, S.G.C., and Hall Guards. DOROTHY DAHLIN climbed aboard in time for the Tri-Hi-Y, Red Cross, Mixed Chorus and in the G.A.A. and S.G.C. HERB DAVENPORT made for shore as President of the Spanish Club, Chairman of the Gift Committee, on the Soccer Team, Wrestling Team, and Alpha Hi-Y. BETTY IO DAVIS never let you down as Assistant Editor of the Viking, Secretary of the Chorus, a Hall Guard, in the Red Cross, G.A.A., Bowling League, and S.G.C. DOUG DECKER kept things afloat by sinking basket- balls for three faithful seasons on the Basketball Team. RAY DECKER'S friends could easily spot him on the Basketball Team, Program Committee, and Intramural Sports. SCHOLARSHIP Loraine Martinson Iuck Stoffel "Theirs is the thirst to know." Out of the fog came BETTY DE FOY when taking part in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Bowling League, and the Letter Girls' Club, A good scout was PATRICIA DELAHANTY on the Viking Staff, Program Committee, Spanish Club, Theta S.G.C., Honor Society, Intramurals, and as a Log and Viking Representative. BARBARA DELAPORTE kept to the course in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Chorus, and the Library Staff. Fair weather accompanied ANTHONY DEMAS when sailing through the Student Council and the Greek Club. CATHERINE DE SALVO often heard "Katy" being called in the G.A.A., Tau S.G.C., Honor Society, Chorus, and Intramurals. CHARLES DE SWARTE locked the hatch before sub- merging into the R.O.T.C., Officers' Club, Stage Crew, and the Hall Guards. Keeping things splashing was BETTY DE VRIESE in the Iota S.G.C,, Bowling League, G.A.A., Spanish Club, Intramurals, Prom Committee, and Pin and Ring Committee. LAUREL DIANGSON had to hustle aboard in time to be French Club Secretary and S.G.C. Secretary. DOROTHY DIXON participated in the French Club, Bowling League, G.A.A., and as a Viking Representative, Delta S.G.C. Treasurer, Tri-Hi-Y Sec. SHIRLEY DOERSCHNER filled the sails in the G.A.A., Horseback Riding Club, Girls' Chorus, Spanish Club, Hall Guards, and as a Viking Rep- resentative. Meeting the wind and the current was IANET DONGIS in the Spanish Club, G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Iota S.G.C., Social Committee, and as a Log Representative. ROBERT ECKERSBERG followed the North Star in the Spanish Club, Intramurals, Graduation Committee. TILLIE EICHERMUELLER was a shipmate in the G.A.A., S.G.C., German Club, Honor Society, and Girls' Chorus. MARIE EIDE was the guest warp rope as Valedictorian, Class Secretary, Assistant Editor of Viking, Latin Club President, National Honor Society member, Bowling League Presi- dent, Secretary Omega S.G.C., Tri-Hi-Y. ELEANOR ELLIOTT came on deck for Mixed Chorus, French Club, Log Staff, S.G.C. IRENE ENGELMAN was in the midst of an ocean of activities in the G.A.A., German Club, S,G.C., and also was an active member in Intra- murals. ARLINE ERICKSON kept the decks clean in the G.A.A., French Club, Drama Club, S.G.C., Spanish Club, Honor Society, and on the Prom Committee. EMILY ERICKSON kept things moving in the French Club and as a member of the S.G.C. MURIEL ERIKSON kept the lookout busy in the French Club, Latin Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Girls' Chorus and on the Library Staff. "Chief" or MICHAEL ESCORCIA let the deep blue sea show him the way on the Basketball Team, Track Team, and Intramurals. PEARL EULER stowed away in the National Honor Society, Bowling League Secretary, S.G.C., Letter Girls' Club Secretary, Student Council, and Intramurals. MARGARET FAGERSTROM prepared for a long voyage in the G.A.A., Chi S.G.C., Spanish Club, Mixed Chorus, Horseback Riding Club, and in Intramurals. Clearing the reef was LOUIS FAIGEN as Spanish Club President, German Club President, and in Intramural Sports. MILDRED FAUST was a strong link that held up the chain in the G.A.A. and gn-i the S.G.C. bfi' f. G' . I . if VIE. 4,-:vu . MARIORIE FEICHTMEIR was Latin Club Secretary, German Club Secre- tary, and in the Drama Club, S.G.C., G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Bowling League. MARY FERGUSON caught the life preserver and held on in the Alpha Tri-I-Ii-Y, Bowling League, G.A.A., and as Delta S.G.C. Vice-Presi- dent. LA VERNE FERNES was President Alpha S.G.C., and in the Latin Club, National Honor Society, Student Council, Social Committee. MARILYN FICHT made great headway in the S.G.C., National Honor Society, G.A.A., Pin and Ring Committee, Spanish Club, and Girls' Chorus. BARBARA FISCHER stowed away in the G.A.A., Iota S.G.C., Student Council, Intramurals, and Library Staff. DORIS FISCHER let the water ily in the Student Council, G.A.A., French Club, Bowling League, Library Staff and as S.G.C. Secretary. Caught by the trade winds was NELSON FITCH in the Beta Hi-Y, the Bowling League, Intramural Sports, and on the Baseball Team, and Social Cbmmittee. WILLIAM FLEMING- went out with the tide in the Student Council, Intramural Sports, and on the Clean-up Committee. ELEANOR FLORZAK became surrounded by a flood of activities in the G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, S.G.C., Library Staff, and Bowling League. IIM FOSS climbed aboard by way oi the Spanish Club, the Boys' Chorus, and Intramurals. BETTY FRANKQUIST sailed smoothly through the G.A.A., S.G.C., Girls' Chorus, Bowling League, Social Committee, and Boots and Saddle Club. KURT FRAUEN checked his course by way of the Basketball Team, Wrestling Team, German Club, Alpha I-Ii-Y, "A" Club, Program Committee and Intramural Sports, A I it at , 1- , ' , -. . .,,, , ,., CITIZENSHIP Thomas Couston Loretta Lass "Our Civic Pride." y M, ,, .6 4 ,J of J' v l . Q W 4,,,..- if' STUDENT LEADERSHIP Robert Blessing Pearl Euler "They find cr way or make a way." LOIS FRAY was President of Delta S.G.C., Vice-President of GJ-LA., a Cheerleader, in the Tri-Hi-Y, Mixed Chorus, Bowling League, Spanish Club, Letter Girls' Club, Program Committee, MARIORIE FREEDING made good time on her route in the Drama Club, G.A.A., Intramurals, President Chi S.G.C., and as Red Cross Representative. LUCILLE FRERIKS made a hit with the crew in the G.A.A., Beta: S.G.C., Bowling League, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, German Club. "Speed" or THOMAS GALLANIS knew the ropes in the Competitive Platoon, R.O.T.C., as an active member of the Mixed Chorus, and as a Hall Guard. HELEN GAREPIS kept popping in in the Bowling League, the Greek Club, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., as President of the Theta S.G.C., and on the Log Staff. RITA GARRITY sailed smoothly through in the G.A.A., Beta Tri- Hi-Y, Tau S.G.'C., Mixed Chorus, Bowling League, Hall Guards and Intra- mural Sports. DOROTHY GART. quiet as she was, was a member of the German Club, in the S.G.C., G.A,A., and also found time to be a Hall Guard. "Snootch" or FRANK GATSCH clipped the waves in the German Club, Boys' Chorus, and Intramurals. MARION GAVRILIS, "Gabby," was busy in the S.G.C., G.A.A., Bowling League, Greek Club, Mixed Chorus, and the Social Committee. V ALLAN GAYNOR heard "F1uffy" being paged in the Alpha Hi-Y, Latin Club, R.O.T.C., French Club, Soccer Team, and Red Cross. BERNICE GIESE was always willing to help in the G.A.A., Bowling League, Ger- man Club, S.'G.C., and Intramurals. HARRY "Red" GILLIS cleared the decks in the Mixed Chorus, also taking part in Intramurals, besides being a Hall Guard. JOAN GILMORE bore a hand in the French Club, S.G.C., G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, and in the Bowling League. DAN GLAVAS nearly went over the side in the Greek Club, Intramurals, and on the Wrestling Team. GRACE GLOWEN always kept smiling as a Letter Girl, in the Band, Sigma S.G.C., G.A.A., Intramurals, as a Log Representative, on the Grad- uation Committee, and as a Splashette. GEORGE GOELZ or "Doc" was swell to know in the National Honor Society, the Band, and as a Hall Guard. ROSEMARY GOLDFEIN had a swell chance to use the Slip Stick in the Special Art Club, in the G.A.A., as a performer in the Drama Club, and on the Viking Staff. AL GOOD- MAN or "Gootch" was our chief purser as a member of the German Club. SERVICE LEADERSHIP Vaughn Saiford Iohn Roqus "Their efforts never slack." LEONARD GOT'1'SCHLICH was never caught off guard for he was always ready for inspection when called to attention in the German Club and on the Cleaneup Committee. Likewise in shipshape was MAXINE GOVIS in the G.A.A., Greek Club, Bowling League, Girls' Chorus, S.G.C., as a Hall Guard and on the Library Staff. CHARLES GRAMLICH didn't miss the boat as Vice-President of the Red- Cross in the Camera Club, and as one of the Viking Staff midshipmen. JOHNNY GRANAHAN gave commands to swab the deck as Captain of the Basketball Team, and in the Letter Men's Club, and Graduation Com- mittee. HAROLD GREENHOUSE was sent abroad and joined his shipmates in the German Club, R.O.'l'.C, Officers' Club, R.O.T.C. Competitive Platoon, Social Committee, Chorus and as a Log Representative. IRENE GUSTAF- SON or "Gus" was on board in time for the Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club, and as a Hall Guard. ART GUY bobbed along in the Alpha H1-Y, Letter Men's Club, Football Team, Swimming Team, Wrestling Team, and in lntramural Sports. ROB- ERT HAMMER kept a sharp lookout from the crow's nest while in the Red Cross, Intramurals, Baseball Team, and as a Clean-up Representative and Letter Man. BETTY HAMPEL made a hit in the Bowling League, G.A.A., S.G.C., French Club, Library Staff. ROBERT HANGEL carried on in the Student Council, Drama, Hall Guard, R.O.T.C., and the Program Committee. ROBERT HANSON was "Toe Cole lege" in the Drama Club, Hi-Y, Intramural Sports, Log Representative, R.O.T.C., Nominating Committee, Gift Committee, and the Boys' Chorus. IANE HARDING bounded up the gangplank in time for Bowling, Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C., Intramurals and Social Committee. MARY HATTING submerged her cares as a member of the Cheerleaders, Riding Club, S.G.C., G.A.A., Drama Club, Clean-up Campaign, L.G.C. NORMAN HAWKINSON journeyed through the perilous sea by way of Hall Guard Captain, Spanish Club, Basketball Manager, and the Stage Crew. ERIC HED was an outstanding lohn Doe in Baseball, lntramural Sports, Graduation Committee, Honor Society, and the Alpha Hi-Y. STANLEY HEED sounded the keynote to his shipmates in the Mixed Chorus. AUDREY HEIN rang the bells before shoving off for the G.A.A., Horseback Riding Club, Spanish Club, S.G.C., Girls' Chorus, and the Tennis Club. DORIS HEINKEL nearly missed the boat, but arrived from Lake View in time to get in on the S.G.C. and the G.A.A. ri Y was a cinch especially when lending a hand in the Student Council Spanish Club and the Omega Chapter of the SGC BESSIE HOTES had no time to "cork off" in the G.A.A.f' S G C Greek Club, Mixed Chorus and Intramural Sports. AGNES HUBER ' was always prepared for a Field Day in the Bowling League, Girls' Chorus SGC G.A.A. and in Intramural Sports. VIRGINIA HOLM. "GINN " ' , ' ' 4 , . N MARION HUSTER always could be found at the bow in the Spanish Clu , Girls Chorus GAA., and the Theta Chapter of the S.G.C. EDWARD HYNES shoved off to be in time for the Boys' Chorus, the' Band, and Intra- mural Sports SOPHY ILIN was "Sandy" to those who knew her well in the Spanish Club, G.A.A., and the Alpha Chapter of the S.G.C. IACQUIE IACOBS didn't let the tin cans drive her from her course in the German Club Phi S.G.C., Log, Riding Club, Bowling League, G.A.A., Letter Girl IOHN IACOBS lived on angel cake and wine while on the Soccer Team Log Staff, Chorus, Hall Guard. FRANK IAESCHKE got in gear whenever he was in the Boys' Chorus, or acting as Treasurer for the German Club, or in Intramurals. BESSIE IANAKOS came out of the fog when in the French, Greek, Latin, English Glee Clubs or the G.A.A., and S.G.C. HERB IASTER topped the waves rowing through the Wrestling Team and the Red Cross. THEO- DORA IEANNIDES tripped along in the Beta S.G.C., Drama Club, Red Cross Committee, G.A.A., Clean-up Committee, Intramural Sports, and the Safety Committee. MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Estelle Rogers William Schwertfeger "The finest of the future." ELAINE HENNING could clear those dishes in the Spanish Club, S.G.C., the Splashettesf and the G.A.A. MARY HESTER splashed her way through the Splashettes, Mixed Chorus, Latin Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Bowl- ing,.League and as a member in good standing of the Red Cross, did fine work. ' CHARLOTTE HOFF was peeping through the porthole in the G.A.A., Spanish Club, Library Staff, and as a member of the Theta Chapter of the S.G.C. LOUISE HOFFMAN surrounded by the flood of activities of the G.A.A., S.G.C., German Club, Bowling Team, Band, L.G.C., Hall Guard, and Intramural Sports. SHIRLEY HOKANSON didn't always go ashore, but participated in the Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club, G.A.A., Girls' Chorus and the Theta Chap- ter of the S.G.C. GEORGE HOLLANDER. The holiday routine couldn't affect the activities of "Hollow" on the Soccer Team, and as a member of the Track Team. ,A ' 5 JA ' Y 1 w s ll U BETTY IENSON sounded the G.A.A., Latin Club, Library Social Committee. EDWARD Boys' Chorus, Bowling Team, Intramurals. MAY IOHNSON was out in deep water, but came through in the G.A.A., Service Girls, Mixed Chorus, Red Cross, Student Council, S.G.C., Bowling League, and Latin Club. MILDRED IOHNSON knocked off when she heard "Milly" being called in the G.A.A., S. .C., H n r Society, Bowling League, and in the Letter Girls' C ub keynote and reached the top note in the Staff, S.G.C., Tri-Hi-YSGirls' Chorus and IEPSON sailed into port tor repairs in the Wrestling Team, Baseball, Swimming, and IDEAL PROM DATE Royal Remmer Bette Burkling "Mr. and Miss Prom Date." W T, NAOMI IOHNSON was one ot our quiet shipmates, b t always willing to lend a hand when it concerned activities in the G.A.A. and Omega S.G.C. SHIRLEY IOHNSON helped things to keep afloat in the French Club, Drama, Honor Society, G.A.A., Student Council, College Day Com- mittee, and Bowling League. f' A . ,fgggfqt GERALDINE KAHN earned her stripes in the G.A,A., Spanish Club, Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, S.G.C., National Honor Society, Bowling League, and on the Graduation Committee. TED KAHN was all crew cut and sad- dle shoes in the Camera Club, Prom Committee, the Log, and Track and Tennis Teams. ANN KAROFF is remembered as a German Club and G.A.A. member. ELAINE KARRAS had a good time on her voyage through the G.A.A., Bowling League, S.G.C., Mixed Chorus, French Club, and Girls' Chorus. IANET KASTEN spent her spare time in the G.A.A., German Club, Honor Society, S.G.C., as a Letter Girl, and a member of the Graduation Com- mittee. BETTY KATRIS swung alongside tor the G.A.A., Greek Club, S.G.C., and Bowling League. BETTY KAUFMANN tried to avoid the path of the brig in the S.G.C., G.A.A., and Program Committee. IERRY KELLER played "Anchors Aweigh" in order to put out to sea in the Band and Orchestra. "Irish" but not green was HELEN KELLEY in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Tri-Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Student Council, and Bowling League. RITA KELLY crowded the rail to see the shore in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, and as a member of the College Day Committee. VIR- GINIA KERSTING or "Ginny" was no "boot" as a member of the G.A.A., S.G.C., French Club, Library Staff, or as the Log Copy Reader. TINA KESSES was "Tiny" but not too short to be on the Student Council, or in the G.A.A., S.G.C,, Girls' Chorus, Greek Club, and Red Cross. MOST COLLEGIATE Georgia Burlingame Robert Hanson "Betty Co-ed" and "Ice College." DOROTHY KIISKINEN could clear the decks in the G.A.A., Delta S.G.C., Bowling League, Girls' Chorus, Spanish Club, Student Council, Mixed Chorus, and as a Log Representative. MARTINA KILFOY made the S.G.C., Spanish Club, and G.A.A. MARY SUE KINKLE or "Susie" was the cut-up as Class Treasurer, Sigma S.G.C. President, G.A.A. President, Red Cross President, a Cheerleader, Letter Girl, on the Prom Committee. GERALDINE KIOUSIS nearly missed the boat in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Drama Class, Greek Club, Bowling League, Girls' Chorus, Honor Society. DOR- OTHY KLEIN sailed past the reefs in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Student Council, Spanish Club, Hall Guards, and Intramurals. IIM KOLLE, or "Smily," kept things sunny in the R.O.T.C. Officers' Club and as its Treasurer, counted the chan e AS kept the lookout busy in the Greek Club, GJ-LA., Girls' Chorus, on the Log, and as President of her S.G.C. chapter. CHAR- LOTTE KONTUR whistled for the wind in the German Club, G.A.A., Special Arts Club, and as Beta S.G.C. President. MARGARET KOSEBAS climbed aboard by way of the G.A.A., Greek Club, French Club, and as Secretary of her S.G.C. KAY KOULETSIS sailed along the coastline to hit the harbors of the G.A.A., S.G.C., Greek Club, Bowling League, Mixed Chorus, and on the Log. ROSA KRIEGER scuttled everything else when she came to the G.A.A., S.G.C., German Club, and as President of the Bowling League. IEAN KRUEGER always did more than her share in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Honor Society, French Club, on the Viking and Library Staffs. ROBERT LA PADO wasn't kept from his activities by any hurricane or typhoons when it came to the Student Council, Band, Orchestra, or the Hall Guards. DONALD LARSON submerged in the cares of the Hi-Y as President of the Beta, and as Class Vice-President, Log Sports Editor, and in the National Honor Society breasted more. IOHN LARSON "spooned" on in the R.O.T.C., Boys' Chorus, Latin Club, Bowling League. HARRY LASHMET steered for the open sea as R.O.T.C. Officers' Club President, Rifle Team Manager, Hall Guard Captain, in the Latin Club. LORETTA LASS changed watches in the Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling League, Service Girls, Honor Society, Social Committee, German Club. ESTELLE LAU- LETTA kept the motors in the Bowling League, French Club, G.A.A., Prom Committee, and as Associate Editor of the Log. PATRICK LECTURE kept his shipmates smiling when out for the Track, Football, Wrestling, and Intramural Sports. WILLIAM LEIDER. "Bill" was always below deck to help keep the pins up on the alley for the Bowling League. FRANCES LEISTEN was in no mist in the Honor Society, Library Staff, Girls' Chorus, and a member of the Tau Chapter of the S.G.C. CAROLINE LEITER cruised along in the French Club as President, G.A.A. President and Vice'President, and L.G.C. Vice'President. ARNOLD LEWAND manned the guns in the Letter Men's Club, Amundsen Hi-Y, Intramural Sports, Boys' Chorus and the Wresting Team. had good luck with the weather in the Riding Club, Girls' Club, G.A.A., and the S.G.C. FLORA LEWIS Chorus, French PAUL LIEBMANN skimmed the foam in the Officers' Club, Rifle Team, Viking Representatives, and R.O.T.C. Paper quietly with a smile Was MARIORIE LIND in the Girls' Chorus, and S.G.C. IIM LOMAX. "Whitey" was on top Honor Society, Staff. Helping Chorus, Mixed in the Student Council, Intramural Sports, Spanish Club, Wrestling Team, and as a member of the I-li-Y. IERRY LOOSEVELT held tight to the mast in the Alpha Tri-Hi-Y, Girls' and Mixed Choruses, G.A.A., Splashettes, Intramural Sports, College Day Committee, and Bowling League. ANN LOPOTKO let her colors show in the G.A.A., Honor Society, S.G.C., Chorus, Pin and Ring Committee, and Prom Committee. ERNIE LOPRICH needed no shoving in the Boys' Chorus, LOG Representatives, and Football. Ay! X1 , 1 'MMU I' J 'aff .Q , ,fi 0 . ROBERT LUECHT beached his troubles for the cares of the Student Coun- cil, Visual Education Department, and Hall Guard. VIRGINIA LUNDBERG met the ocean traffic in the G.A.A., and the S.G.C. ROY MAGNUSON sailed through with fair weather in the Boys' Chorus, Clean-up Com- mittee, and as a member of the Student Council did fine work. ROBERT MAKINSON kept everyone happy when making sketches for the Log and Viking. LOUELLA MALMQUIST shimmied up the mast in the Red Cross, Student Council, G.A.A., Graduation Committee, I..G.C., French Club, and President of the Iota Chapter of the S.G.C. ELAINE MANDELBAUM made for shore but stopped on her way for the G.A.A., Hall Guard, Bowling, and S.G.C. NEATEST Robert Bormann Ruthcmne Norqren "Spick" and "Span" x , -' if f as l ART MANN scuttled everything for the Football Team, Intramural Sports, German Club, Nominating Committee, Hi-Y, Letter Men's Club, and Ser- geant-at-Arms of the Class. IOE MARSHALL clipped the waves when sailing through R.O.T.C., Band, Latin Club, Prom Committee, Hi-Y, and Clean-up Committee. NOLA MARTIN went out with the tide and on her way met members of the Spanish Club, G.A.A., Hall Guards, and the Bowling League. SIDNEY MARTIN hung on tight to the rope to be a member of the Spanish Club, Clean-up Committee, Intramural Sports, R.O.T.C., and Football. LORAINE MARTINSON kept close to the sail to see the G.A.A., L.G.C., French Club, Splashettes, and as Vice-President ot the National Honor Society, and Library Staff. WILLIAM "Charlie" MCCARTHY was in ship- shape when sent abroad to join the Hi-Y, Wrestling, Soccer, and Intra- mural Sports. Clean-up Committee. mural Sports. Team, Social Committee. 1 J , ,,p,e ' V I y N igtjvvff L rvrusrcm. TALENT Ierome Keller Elaine Karrcs "These are the muslc makers ROSEMARY MCINERNEY stowed away below deck for the S GC Latin Club, Honor Society, Bowling League Girls Chorus and as GA A Sec retary, and Intramurals. DON MEEHLEIS looked through the porthole to find his position in his round of Intramural Sports IOAN MEHAN or "Pipsqueak" let the ship sail through m the GA A SGC and on the IOSEPH MEHAN came alongside the dock for the French Club Honor Society, Student Council, College Day Committee as a Viking Represen tative, and on the Amundsen Cadet WILLIAM MEINHARDT caught the lite preserver tor the German Club Honor Society Football Team and Intramurals. VIOLET MEISTER made good time ln the SGC GAA and on the Graduation Committee MARY MELE bounded up the gangplank and safely came into the S G C G.A.A., French Club, Bowling League L1brary Statf and Hall Guards MARION MENAS avoided the shoals and came safely into the SGC G.A.A., Program Committee Log Staff Greek Club ROBERT MENICK kept things splashing in the Spanish Club as its President and in Intra CARL MERRIFIELD looked to the br1dge for signals in the Student Coun I cil, French Club, Honor Society and in Intramural Sports BETTY MEYER climbed on board the ship to get to the GA A Bowling League Letter Girls' Club, German Club, and Intramural Sports IOHN MEYER let the i bells ring and came out for the German Club Mixed Chorus Baseball OUTSTANDING IN G.A.A. . . . Splashes . . . Spurs Caroline Leiter R.O.T.C .... Platoons . . . Rifles Christ Ulrich IOSEPHINE MICHONSKI got the signals to go ahead in the Bowling League, G.A.A., S.G.C., and on the College Day Committee. IAMES MILFORD locked the hatch to everything, but when it came to the R.O.T.C., Clean-up Committee, Honor Society, Nominating Committee, Latin Club, Mixed Chorus, and Log, it opened. GUY MILLARD kept busy in the National Honor Society, Latin Club, on the Graduation Committee, as a Log Representative, in the Band, Orches- tra, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, Competitive Platoon, Rifle Team, and German Club, DOROTHEA MILLER earned all her stripes in the Bowling League and the G.A.A. RALPH MILLER was deep in a sea of action when drifting through the harbors leading to the Volleyball Team of Intramural Sports. ROSE MINASIAN was always on the spot to help the crew of the French Club, the G.A.A., and in the Bowling League and Mixed Chorus. MARILYN MINCK let the current guide her in the G.A.A., German Club, S.G.C. Sigma Chi, and as a Hall Guard. I-'RED MITCHELL couldn't be left behind as a member of the Band, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, Clean-up Committee, Latin Club, Football Team, and as Editor of R.O.T,C. Paper. ROBERT "Moose" MOCKLER had a hard time but kept awake in Intra- murals, Log Staff, German Club. , BESSIE MOOSES looked to the crow's nest for word in the G.A.A., Greek Club, French Club, and as Secretary of her S.G.C. Chapter. PAT MORAN met both the wind and rcdn sailing through the S.G.C., G.A.A., and Bowling League. ELAINE MOREY kept her buttons shined and Wore her stripes in the Girls' Chorus and S.G.C. LOIS MORGAN kept smiling through thick and thin as Assistant Editor of the Viking, Vice-President S.G.C., National Honor Society Secretary, Spanish Club Treasurer, Nominating and Program Committees, Bowling League. NORMAN MORK was always at the front in the R.O.T.C., French Club, and as a Hall Guard, RUBY MORRIS shifted her sails in the G.A.A., Drama Club, and S.G.C. WILLARD "Moon" MUELLER knew the score when it came to the Basket- ball Team, lntramurals, Letter Men's Club, Boys' Chorus, and Baseball Team. EARL MULLIN steered clear of stormy weather in the German Club, Alpha Hi-Y, Intramurals, and as Football Water Boy. ART NELSON always made good time in the Student Council, Camera Club, German Club, Rifle Team, and Officers' Club. BEST LOOKING Dolores Wagner Richard Cahill "Mutual harmony of features." MONICA NELSON was never too late to board the activities in the Drama Club, French Club, Honor Society, Splashettes, and Riding Club. PAUL NEYLON was "Peerless Paul" to those who knew him in the Boys' Chorus, on the Football Team, and as German Club President. AILEEN NIEMEIER carried on in the National Honor Society, S.G.C., Serv- ice Girls, Alpha S.G.C., Gift Committee, and in the Spanish Club. RUTH- ANNE NORGREN was "Ronny" to those who knew her in the G.A.A., Red Cross, Bowling League, Intramurals, and as Omega S.G.C. Treasurer. IEANNE NOVAK held to the main mast to keep up with the activities in the French Club and G.A.A. EARL NYSTROM was always spick and span for inspection in the R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, Spanish Club, on the Graduation Committee, in the Bowling League, Intramural Sports. FRANCES ODMAN Joined the crew in hoisting the sails of the Latin Club, French Club, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C., and as a Hall Guard, and Log Representative. MAUREEN O'HART stayed out of the sick bay and joined the throng in the G.A.A., Latin Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling League, and S.G.C. IOSEPH O'I.EARY helped his shipmaies come out on top in Intramurals and Swimming Team. When IUNE OLSEN was there, the sailing was smooth in the Spanish Club, G.A.A., S.G.C., Bowling League, and Intramurals. LOIS "Pinky" OLSEN followed the big dipper in the Honor Society, French Club, Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C., Hall Guards, and as a Viking Representative. VIRGINIA OLSON peeped through the porthole to spot the G.A.A., S,G.C., Bowling League, Splashettes. ELSIE OLUND clipped over the white foam in the French Club, G.A.A., College Day Committee, and as Phi S.G.C. Treasurer. DONALD ORTLIEB didn't have to be shoved aboard for the Camera Club, German Club, Hall Guards, or Intramural Sports. NORMA PAESSLER was out for a good time in the Tri-I-li-Y, Omega S.G.C., Student Council, G.A.A., Bowling League, and Red Cross. RITA PAPADENIS fell overboard in time to join the G.A.A., Hall Guards, S.G.C., Mixed Chorus, Greek Club, and Intramurals. CONSTANTINE PAPAS rowed out to sea by way of the Greek Club, National Honor Society, Bowling Team, R.O.T.C., and Intramural Sports. HELEN PAPPAS could be counted on in the Greek Club, GJ-LA., and S.G.C. ft DONALD PAULICK observed the duties given him in the Latin Cl b, R.O.T.C., and Competitive Platoon. BETTY PAYTON made the white caps roll and came in with the tide as Clean-up4Committee Chairman, and as a member of the Drama Class, G.A.A., S.G.C., and Intramural Sports. IEANNE PEISER kept the running lights of the Drama Club, G.A.A., Library Staff, and S.G,C. burning. MILDRED PETERS climbed aboard just in time to keep watch from the crow's nest on the G,A.A., and to be one of the active members in the S.G.C. and in Intramurals. GLORIA PETERSON let her smile beam while in the G.A,A., Horseback Riding Club, and as Treasurer oi the Alpha S.G.C. LOIS PETERSON let her voice be heard when called on in the Latin Club, G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Honor Society, Eta S.G.C., and on the Pin and Ring and Gradua- tion Committees. t I I -fl-"' f-If' , p uf' r fr- Cross, Tri-Hi-Y, and G.A.A. I. jg. x Jil' ' 1 I DISTINCTIVE INDIVIDUALITY William Riddell Icmet Kusten "To those who know you not, no Words can paint." Jr' MARILYN PETERSON put all her troubles away when in the G.A.A., Drama Club, or in the Alpha S.G.C. NORMAN PETERSON'S main inter- ests could be found in Intramural Sports and on the Swimming Team. IACKOLYN PHILLIPS charted her course through the G.l-LA., S.G.C,, and in the Horseback Riding and Letter Girls' Clubs. IIM "BG" PHILLIPS or sometimes known as "Iungle lim" was in the Hi-Y, on the Football and Baseball Teams, a Viking Representative, in the Letter Men's Club, Bowling League, and Intramurals. MARILYN PIEL stepped out while in the Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C., Hall Guards, and Clean-up Committee. ELAINE PORTER was in the Spanish Club, Riding Club, Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., S.G.C. GEORGE POULOS sped through the seas ot the Greek Club and the Mixed Chorus. IRENE PULS had a "corking good time" in the G.A.A., S.G.C., German Club, Riding Club, Library Staff, and in the Bowling League. MARILYN RADFORD sculled along in the S.G.C., G.A.A., Riding Club, Student Council, Hall Guards, and on the Library Staff. ELIZABETH RAPP took her station in the Omega S.G.C., G.A.A., Red Cross, Girls' Chorus, French Club, Student Council, and in the Bowling League. ROYAL REMMER showed his colors in the Concert Band, Hi-Y, Student Council, Nominating Committee, Intramural Sports, and as Span- ish Club Treasurer. KAYE RHODES made a hit in Student Council, Red Ji' FRIENDLINESS May Iohnson Andrew Voisard "Everybody's pal." nf .f Av RALPH RHODES successfully plotted the course ol the Tennis Team through many troubles as its Manager. Steaming straight through the doldrums was WILLIAM "Willy" RIDDELL in the Honor Society, R.O.T.C., Hall Guards, and Intramural Sports. DONALD RIECK gave a twenty-one gun salute to the French Club, and lent a hand in all the Intramural Sports. MARIORIE RIFE sailed through the Tri-Hi-Y, Honor Society, S.G.C., Stu- dent Council, Bowling League, Spanish Club, Girls' Chorus, and College Day Committee. EDWARD ROBERTS was a strong link as the President of the German Club and member of Intramural Teams. Although mon- soons arose, IUDITH RODMAN held her course through the French Club and the G.A.A. ESTELLE ROGERS traveled as Editor-in-Chief of the Log, Beta Tri-Hi-Y Treasurer, Iota S.G.C. President, Member of Honor Society and Gift Com- mittee. LEE ROGERS made repairs as Manager of Cheerleaders and Secretary of Horseback Riding Club, Log Representative, member of All- Star Volleyball Team. IOHN ROGUS did his duty on the Stage Crew, Viking Staff, Log Staff, Camera Club, Latin Club. A first-class seaman was GEORGE "Snug" ROHRBACHER in the Spanish Club, Basketball Team, Boys' Chorus, and Intramural Sports. Bravely breasting the waves was CHRISTINE ROOMBOS in the Greek Club, the G.A.A., and the Senior Girls' Club. The Drum and Bugle Corps, the Non- Commissioned Officers' Club, the Boys' Chorus, and the German Club were called at by PETER ROSAUER. BETTY IANE ROSE unturled the sails in the Pin and Ring Committee, Iota S.G.C., Bowling League, Program Committee Secretary, Mixed Chorus, and G.A.A. RUTH ROSS caught a lite preserver in the form of the Student Council, the Spanish Club, Sigma S.G.C., and the G.A.A. ROBERT ROTH manned his oar with great skill in the R.O.T.C., Swimming Team, Spanish Club, and Non-commissioned Officers' Club. MWIW MARILYN USK tied up to the Cheerleaders, Bowling League, Delta S.G.C., Clean-up Committee, Mixed Chorus, Spanish Club, and the Splash- ettes. VAUGHN SAFFORD didn't bust in the Horseback Riding Club, Honor Society, and as Service Girl Secretary, G.A.A. Treasurer, and Red Cross Secretary. VIRGINIA SAHLBERG was in the midst of our ocean of activities with the Student Council and S.G.C. ,, ,, ,,, Sailing up the coast was ELSIE SAKAS as a member of the G.A.A., the Greek Club, and the S.G.C. DOLORES "Cookie" SALEMI sailed straight through the channel markers of Zeta S.G.C., the G.A.A., and the Student Council. A boilermaker, ROGER SANDERS or "Bugs," joined the gang in the Band and Orchestra, Pan-American Club, Hall Guards, and the R.O.T.C. MARGARET SCANLON took on provisions from the Zeta Senior Girls' Club, G,l-LA., Office Staff, and Hall Guards. IACK SCHMID allowed the reliable North Star to guide him through the dark sea of the Wrestling Team. WILLIAM SCHMIDT rnade 3U knots through the choppy seas ot the Drum and Bugle Corps, Hall Guards, Commissioned Officers' Club, Competitive Platoon, R.O.T.C. LOUISE SCHROETER may have been a liberty hound, but she did her best in the G.A.A., S.G.C., and Intramurals. SHIRLEY SCHULZ followed the compass that pointed to the G.A.A., German Club, and the Sigma Chi Chapter of the S.G.C. LOIS SCHULZE was the "bumboat" for the National Honor Society, German Club, Bowling League, Prom Committee, and the Kappa S.G.C. GLADYS SCHWEER sailed through the narrow channel in the Riding Club, Splashette, Latin Club, G.A.A., and the S.G.C. WILLIAM SCHWERTFEGER cut a square job in the Spanish Club, Boys' Chorus, Intramural Sports, Track Team, and the Baseball Team. Tooting her whistle was ELEANOR SEIF in the German Club, Honor Society, Girls' Chorus, Bowling League, and the S.G.C. "Bootblack" or IACK SHABAZ took French leave in the German Club, Boys' Chorus, Clean-up Committee, Program Committee, and Football. EILEEN "Windy" SHERLOCK increased speed through the Bowling League, G.A.A., Honor Society, Splashettes, and the Beta S.G.C. BETTY SLACK made for the shores of the Spanish Club, Honor Society, G.A.A., S.G.C., Bowling League, Hall Guards, and Intramurals. CHARLES SMITH caught the life-line when he joined the Spanish Club, Bowling League, and Intramural Sports. SHIRLEY SNOW spooned on in the G.A.A., Riding Club, Bowling League, French Club, as a Viking Rep- resentative, and a member of the Alpha S.G.C. ROSEMARY SPANIER broke the ice in the National Honor Society, Latin Club, Drama, Viking, Clean-up Committee, and the S.G.C. RELIABILITY Eric Hed Aileen Niemeier "The will for the deed." rf ,rf-fwfr, l f .ft-J- . Af ATHLETIC PROMINENCE lim Phillips Grace Glowen "Ribbons, medals, trophies." ALEX SPITZER lent a hand with the arduous tasks of the Social Com- mittee, Football Team, and as a member of the Weight Lifting Club did fine work. IOHN "Kayo" STACK had the dogwatch as a member of the Program Committee, Letter Men's Club, Basketball Team, and the Ser- geant-at-Arms of the Senior Class. WILLIAM VAUGHN STIEBER scored a hit in the Hi-Y, Officers' Club, Presi- dent of the Spanish Club, Bowling League, Swimming Team, and as a member of the Marshals' Club. IACK STOFFEL wielded the oars in the German Club, French Club, R.O.T.C., Honor Society, Gift Committee, and as an Election Commissioner. - DOROTHY STUPP whistled for a wind in the Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., ln- tramural Sports, Social Committee, and a member in good standing oi the Iota Chapter of the S.G.C. BLANCHE SUCHAK sailed through the mine fields and dodged the many torpedoes which arose in S.G.C. activities. and S.G.C. Hopefully cutting through the waves of the gram Committee, was MARIAN SULLIVAN things alive was KEN SUTTON as Program urer of the Red Cross, on the Viking, and in SWANSON stuck to her guns in the Latin G.A.A., S.G.C., and the Pro- or "Sully." Helping to keep Committee Chairman, Treas- the Hi-Y and Drama, BE'1'l'Y Club, Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., Besides getting 2.5, LORRAINE TABBERT participated in the G.A.A., S.G.C., and in the Honor Society. ROBERT TANDEL secured the bulk- heads in the Hall Guards, Student Council, R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, and in the Special Art Club. MARGE TEMPINSKI carried on through thick and thin as a Letter Girl, Gym Leader, and in the S.G.C., and G.A.A. MARIORIE THAYER helped bail the water out of the ship with the activities carried on in the G.A.A. and in the Mixed Chorus. EVELYN THEOBOLD was never too tar away to be found by the Sigma S.G.C,, Latin Club, G.A.A., or the Hall Guards. "Tommy" or MARILYN THOMP- SON gladly rode the waves in the G.A.A., Tau S.G.C., Latin Club, Span- ish Club, Log Staff, Letter Girls' Treasurer. ALICE TIDEMAN had a corking good time as a member of the Red Cross, S.G.C., G.A.A., Student Council, and Viking. RICHARD TREMULIS kept bobbin' up While in the Officers' Club. DORIS TROESTER packed her troubles aside while being in the G.A.A,, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Bowling Team, Intramural Sports, S.G.C., and College Day Committee. DRAMATIC TALENT Ruby Morris Ken Sutton "Stars of tomorrow." PETER TROHATOS or "Peter beater skimmed his Way through Basket- ball, Baseball, Intramural Sports, Log Staff, and Chairman of Division. CHRIST ULRICH. "Rank hath its privileges," so "Chris" was in Offi- cers' Club, Lt. Col. R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, Treasurer German Club, President Prom Committee, Pin and Ring Committee, Chemistry Club, Honor Society. EVELYN UNTERREINER was termed "Evie" while in the Bowling Club, S.G.C., G.A.A., Intramural Sports, German Club, and Girls' Chorus. FRANCES VALOS sped through the sea of Student Council, Greek Club, Hall Guards, S.G.C., Girls' Chorus, Intramural Sports, Red Cross Vicel President and Treasurer, and G.A.A. WILLIAM VAN HOUGHTON kept propelling through despite the ice floats and icebergs of the Spanish Club, and the R.O.T.C. BESSIE VASILAKOS never missed her step in the riggings of the good ship Amundsen, and always kept on the sunny side of the ship in the G.A.A. and the S.G.C. TULLA VAVUL crammed the stokers for full speed ahead in the G.A.A., S.G.C., Greek Club, Red Cross, and the Clean-up Campaign. PARKER VEVANG didn't have time for Bull Sessions while in the Hi-Y, Hall Guards, Football, and Intramural Sports. IOHN VIDLUND cleaned the barnacles oft the hull of Amundsen while being busy in R.O.T.C. and Hall Guard duties, GLORIA VILLWOCK crowded the sails by being in the German Club, S.G.C., Mixed Chorus, Intramurals, and as G.A.A. Vice-President. ANDREW VOISARD didn't meet the brig While in Intramural Sports, Hi-Y, French Club Treasurer, Student Council, "A" Club, Baseball, and Tennis. DOLORES WAGNER traveled through seas while in the German Club, Bowling League, President Service Girls, Red Cross, President S.G.C. Council. MARY IANE WAGNER traveled her course through the Record Office, and the Latin Club. DOROTHY WEISGERBER found fair weather in the G.A.A., Bowling League, German Cub, Band, and Intramural Sports. MARILYN WEISS manned the sails while in S.G.C., G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, German Club, Intramural Sports, Hall Guards, and Division Secretary. PATSY WEISS bowled us over while in Tri-Hi-Y, Latinand French Clubs, G,A.A., S.G.C., Bowling, Chorus, and Hall Guards. Charting MILDRED WERNER'S course we find that the G.A.A. was her main interest. IOHN WHEELER swung alongside to be on deck for the Drum and Bugle Corps, the Hi-Y, and tried not to be a land-lubber in the Spanish Club. TYPICAL AMUNDSENITES Iohn Granahan Iean Christiansen "lust plain swell." SHIRLEE WICKERSHEIM joined the gobs in the National Honor Society, Tri-Hi-Y, Bowling League, Spanish Club, Graduation Committee, G.A.A., t L.G.C., as Associate Editor of Log, and Vice-President of S.G.C. Council. BETTY WILSON kept plodding through the G.A.A., Drama Club, Bowling, Spanish Club, Tri-Hi-Y, Prom Committee, and the Red Cross. AMELIA WITT didn't "knock off" while in the G.A.A., German Club, and the S.G.C. PATRICIA WOOLMAN clung to the ropes in the Sigma Chap- ter of the S.G.C., Splashettes, G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Latin Club, and ate off the mantle with the rest of the Horseback Riding Club. GLORIA WORKMAN "stepped out" while in the G.A.A., Horseback Rid- ing Club, S.G.C., Letter Girls' Club, as a representative of the Clean-up Committee, and also in Intramural Sports. IOSEPHINE ZANGARA had to hustle aboard because she was just here in time to catch the last run of the S.G.C. OTTO ZELLER wasn't cooling off while in the Bowling League, the Ger- man Club, and the Wrestling Team, and as a member of the Band. IACK ZEMATER was on hand for the landing after being a Hall Guard while on board the good ship Amundsen for four long years. SHY SHIPMATES . . . hammock ladder pictures . . . Peter Bruno. Shirley Deakins. Peter Demas, Richard Edwards. Mary Garrity. Muriel Hanson, Ray Kabitzki, Elaine Kunert, Richard Morran, Annetta Peterson, Dorothy Prentice, Louis Sorenson, Mary Stevens, lean Wahl. Class M oito : G4Life without a purpose S a ship without a rudder . . ." snap oh unday Silver-tongued friendly. Thirty dollars every Thursday! These politicians! Well, Dai-ee-sie-ee Mae! A hand out with the nom-de-plume or I ' farewell to Mr. a tea Class bids d Amundsen. The January Perry and dear ol Billy Barber getting Earl Mullin has the chance ol a life- time as he buys defense stamps from Sabu. That cap and gown won't tit anyway! r the tea was over! Gus Anastos colleagues clean up. Mrs. Clarke. Afte and his Farewell and goodbye to ROW I: E. Tabar, S. Stielow R. Sternloft M Hoffman, R, Clausen, J. Watillstrorn. ROW C. Tauslg, H, Peterson, R. Dahlberg, J. Kurz dorfer, L. l-leidenlaluth, P. Fleming. ROW 3 R, Jerqer, M. Weide, P, Dahlberg, M. Sparks NAVY IMMORTAL Rear Admiral William Thomas Sampson Battle ot Santiago July 3, H398. L00 IN VICTIIRIES ROW l: l-l. Neuert, B. Bolancler, P. Laven, E. Davidson, D, Samuelson, C. Schoenwald, C. Kuehnle, J. Zurick, ROW 2: L. Ford, R Lindskog, M. Bauer, L. Hyler, J. Marshall, M Shirk, M. Paul. ,ROW 3: B. Fahey, R. Davis, B. Schuler, E. Smith, H. Richardson, M. Beisse R. Schrarnrn, A. Putkonen. ROW I: G. Magnuson, G. Wesbey, I. Hob- Ier, A. Olsen, Z. Olson, W. Peters ROW 2' J. Prather, L. O'Brien, T. Miller, Ben U son, M. Witsctier, R. Nigg. lohn Marshal1's unsung dramatic abil- ities were brought out by the PROGRAM COMMITTEE, he supplied Welcome re- lief from the daily grind in Senior Hall. The grand climax came with the pre- sentation of the prophecies and class Will on Class day. Many thanks to the GRADUATION COMMITTEE tor their grand Work in preparing for farewell night, lanuary 29, selecting the class motto and colors, and handling the an- nouncements. In this corner We have the GIFT COMMITTEE, with Shirley Stielow and William Gummerman lob- bying tor a secretary and lamps re- spectively. The group's time proved well spent, so too, with the class' money. Mr. Carl E. Hankwitz Section III Sponsor Miss Erma Bridgam Mrs. Martha Baxter Section I cmd Program Committee Gift Committee Sponsors Sponsor Fill! EW l 0 gangway! . . . get on your knees Mrs. Edith S. Garriott Senior Sponsor Prom ond Graduation Committees Mrs. Marjorie Kempster Miss Alice Foy Section II and College Day Social Committee Committee Sponsors Sponsor ROW I: C. Johnson, D, Thurman, R. Rasmus- sen, K. Ziegler, C. Ruppert, H. Voslnlotls, J. Farrar. ROW 2: A. Grunschel, G. Anastos, C. Goldman, M. Mirabile, H. Paras, D. Hech- rnann, K. Brosius, P. Bruhn, I-l. Nickels, T. Hotinqer, T. Stein, D. Maurldes. ROW 3: G. Ackerman, J. Dahl, M. Trams, C. Geavaras, lj-l. West, R. Conley, K. Spear, J. Teter, J. ones. ROW I: A. Hess, A. Ossman, C, Carlson, M. Carlston, B. Murray, M. Olson, F. Bernhard- son. ROW 2: N. Olson, J. Westerland, D. Peterson, V. Gevert, V. Farrier. ROW 3: P. Vertogias, G. Merrnigas, J. Reding, R. Swan- son, J, Westcott, M. Milling. ROW I: B. Spahr, P. Miresse, W. Michelsen, M. Colan, D. Claeys. ROW 2: E. Olson, 6. Lindgren, A. Engqulst, S. Stauber, J. Wolter, C. Ehrhart, L. Ash, S. Dosch, D. Becker. "Sadie Hawkins Day," the Senior Mix- er, and the Senior Luncheon, were the hits of the tall semester. The SOCIAL COMMITTEE, ignited by Clyde Ruppert, was the group responsible for those events. Orchids to the COLLEGE DAY COMMITTEE tor the splendid job in making the arrangements for represen- tatives from the various schools. The PROM COMMITTEE juggled bids, pro- grams, and sites, to corne up with an all-around grand evening on lanuary 9. "I have not yet begun to fight." John Paul Jones, September 23, I779. Battle of BONHOMME RICHARD and SERAPIS Mrs. Marguerite Norcott Mrs. Marjorie Kempster Sponsor Section III and College Day Program Committee Committee Sponsor Mr. Carl E. Hankwitz Mrs. Ruth Meierclierks Section II Sponsor Section I :md Gift Committee Sponsor Chairman Ken Sutton's PROGRAM COM- MITTEE had Senior Hall song conscious as a result of community singing, and Ken's own "Amundsen Victory Song." It was through the efforts of the GIFT COM- MITTEE, with Herb "Red" Davenport on deck, that the striking glass trophy case was presented to the school by the Iune class oi '42. The COLLEGE DAY COM- MITTEE. With lean Christiansen as chair- man, brought representatives of the coun- try's outstanding institutions for participa- tion in College Day activities. ROW l: J. Keller, E. Elllott, B. Rose, Sutton, L. Rogers, L. Olsen, E. Roberts. ROW 2: B. Kaufmann, M. Menas, M. Sulii- van, J. Shabaz, E. Nystrom, A. Nelson, R. Decker, F. Frauen, L. Morgan, L. Fray. K, ROW l: A. Tldeman, l-l. Davenport, E. Rogers, A. Nlerneier. ROW 2: S. llln, P. Vevang, B. Hanson, B. Bitter, J. Stotfel, E. Carbine. ROW I: D. Collingon, J. Chrlstlansen. ROW 2: E. Olund, D, Wagner, J. Mlclwonski, J. Mehan, E. Unterrelner, W. Rlddell, M. Rite, L. Burke, S. Johnson, D. Troester, J. Loose- velt, R. Kelly, "D0use that light!" F ITII, C0 RAGE, honor over l 2 0 o wlth honor over, all . . . let these our colors be, tall all our tlme be clone A Senior Mixer, the unforgettable Breakfast, and a picnic, helped to polish off the jagged rocks of the semester. "Ever-planning" Caroline Leiter guided the SOCIAL COMMIT- TEE. The PROM COMMITTEE, under Robert Blessings chairmanship, suc- ceeded in presenting the class not only with a fine setting for the big night, but also all the trimmings needed to make it a success. The class will always remember the fine Work of the GRADUATION COM- MITTEE, and Will never forget Chair- man Richard Cahill measuring the Lane stage bodily. ROW l: C. Leiter, C. Anderson, J. Currie rnlngs, Miss Meagher, M. Gavrilis, J. Cronin, M. Escorcia. ROW 2: A. Spitzer, H. Green- house, N. Fitch, J. Meyer, B. Jensen, B. Bros- seit, B. Frankquist, P. Weiss, L. Lass. ROW I: L. Schulze, A. Lopotlro, B. Blessing, E. Lauletta, V. Brosnahan, D. Becker, B. Bor- rnann. ROW 2: P. Cordes, B. DeVriese, F. Barr, J. Marshall, E. Christie, J. Berns, C. Ulrich, M. Kinkle, B. Wilson. ROW I: G. Millard, S. Wickersheim, D. Cahill, V. Safford, T. Couston, J. Phillips. ROW 2: L. Peterson, R. Eclcersberg, F. Mit- chell, J. Andrew, L. Malmquist, J. Kasten, G. Kahn, E. Hed. ROW 3: L. Corthier, J. Granahan, 6. G-lowen, V. Corts, V. Meister, A. Petersen. Mrs. Lenore H. Dolejs Senior S onsor P Prom and Miss Helen G. Van Sands Graduation Committees Social Committee Sponsor Miss Virginia Meagher Social Committee Sponsor l . .,,'. wt -"- . ' . , .'..' We it . 'I fli ng squadron or p ... Harry Peterson makes a bid tor an en- Powder room panorama. trance. They'11 just sit this one out. We wonder Middies and their drags wind up, why? "Ma I h y ave the next dance, Laure1?" This i s where they came in. BENEFACTUR . . . Mzzeygnef nlwnys here when we need Hanna f. .. .. CERTIFIED PHOTO SUPPLIES LAWRENCE BOWL 4750 N. Darnen Avenue 1820 W, Lawrence Avenue . . . . Greeting Cards and Picture Framing . . . . Home of Amundsen Bowling Leagues CONSOLIDATED CONSTRUCTION COMPANY IEANETTE STYLE SHOP 9 S' Chmon Street 4626 N. Lincoln Avenue ' ' ' ' General contractors . . . . Headquarters for Sports Wear DRAKE :S SON, FUNERAL DIRECTORS 5200-lO N. Western Avenue E . . . . Homelike Surroundings 47h N' Daman Avenue BETTER VALUE SHOP 4738 Lincoln Avenue WESTERN IGNITION COMPANY . . . . Perfect Seal Motor Oil Compliments oi . . . . Foremost in Fashions Dan Halles KROWKA BROTHERS GANIA BROTHERS 5456 N. Western Avenue Q 1408 N. Belle Plaine Avenue . . Flowers by Wire .... Painters and Decorators ROBERTSON 6 COMPANY 5340742 N. Clark Street . . . . Paints and Wallpaper P ace ootprinu and YZ here. . . Compliments o Wilding Pioinrne' Prodnotions Inc . . . they melee A. ALLEN 6 SON 4818 and 6234 N. Western Avenue CHARLES E. ALLEN. Y. M. C. A. 1725 Wilson Avenue GILBERT H. ANDERSON, FUNERAL DIRECTOR 5107-09 N. Clark Street ANDREWS MILLWORK 61 LUMBER COMPANY 1757 Foster Avenue BLANCHE BEAUTY SALON 4907 N. Damen Avenue BOBBETTE FOOD SHOP 4839 N. Damen Avenue BONDESON HOME BAKERY 5109 N. Lincoln Avenue BRISBANE IEWELRY 4729 N. Lincoln Avenue BURT'S FOOD ASHOP 5035 N. Western Avenue IOHN A. CARLSON. HARDWARE 6: PAINT 2255 Poster Avenue CHARLOTTE BEAUTY SHOPPE 5131 N. Darnen Avenue DAPPER CLEANERS 4847 N. Damen Avenue FALL DIVISION 224P Miss Bowman EBEL'S MEAT MARKET 2554 Montrose Avenue EKSTRAND PAINT G SUPPLY COMPANY 5219 N. Clark Street ALON RADIO COMPANY AN'I'HONY'S IEWELRY IOE BENIAMAN BEN'S LUNCHEONETTE BEN'S SHOE REPAIRING BERGER'S MARKET BLUCKER'S SCHOOL STORE I. BOEHM. PLUMBER MRS. ETHEL BROWN CHI CHAPTER S.G.C. IIUNEI CHARLEY CHIN LAUNDRY I. I. DAVIS DEB SORORITY We DR. O. ENGELMANN 5209 N. Clark Street A. FISHER 6. SON. HARDWARE COMPANY 1953-55 Lawrence Avenue H. ERICKSON. IEWELER-WATCH REPAIR 5306 N. Clark Street FLINT RADIO COMPANY 1817 Wilson Avenue FLYING V. F. RIDING ACADEMY 2434 Berwyn Avenue FOSTER FLORAL SHOP 2463 Foster Avenue Compliments of GAMMA CHAPTER, S.G.C.. IUNE THE GLAMOUR SALON 4806 N. Keeler Avenue HANKEL'S FLOWER SHOP 2328 W. Foster Avenue HERST'S DEPARTMENT STORE 4051 Lincoln Avenue HOLTBERG'S FOOD SHOP 4919 N. Western Avenue KAGEN'S PHARMACY 5301 N. Darnen Avenue C. KIRCHWEHM. DISTRIBUTOR OF C. I. WIELAND DAIRY PRODUCTS 4942 W. Lawrence Avenue KLEIFIELD DELICATESSEN 4825-27 Talrnan Avenue ezre indebted to these DELTA CHAPTER. S.C.G. IIANJ MR. CLAUDE DONALDSON EPSILON CHAPTER, S.G.C. IIANJ ESSER HARDWARE G PAINT COMPANY ETA CHAPTER, S.G.C. IIUNEI P. GERHART HELEN-MARY HEFLIN HOBBS 6 SUTPHEN HONEY HILL DAIRY ILLINOIS FLORAL COMPANY IOTA CHAPTER, S.G.C. UANJ IACK'S FOOD MART our annual possible . .. LEO KOHL-CHOICE MEATS 6 POULTRY 2535 Peterson Avenue S. S. KRESGE 1956-58 Lawrence Avenue KRUSE'S GARAGE 3922-24 N. Domen Avenue R. F. KUETER. Hardware cmd Paint 4710 N. Dctmen Avenue ARTHUR LAVY MEN'S WEAR 4749 N. Demen Avenue LINCOLN SHOE REBUILDER 5048 Lincoln Avenue MARIE'S FOOD SHOP 1959 Wilson Avenue MARGARET'S LINGERIE SHOP 2303 Foster Avenue MARYLAND RESTAURANT 3243 N. Ashland Avenue MARY LOU'S SWEET SHOP 2054 Lawrence Avenue MILLER'S PAINT STORE 3241 Ashland Avenue MUEHLIG'S RENTAL LIBRARY 4649 N. Durnen Avenue OARSIDE DAIRY sronn 3422 Devon Avenue OHLSON FOOD SHOP 4655 N. Rockwell Street PARAMOUNT SUPER SERVICE STORE 4937 N. Domen Avenue 0 RALPH'S MEN'S SHOP 5242 N. Clerk Street SCHOTT 6 SON 5247 Clark Street SEELEY GROCERY 4906 N. Seeley Avenue SIGRID'S SMART SHOP 5318 Clark Street SUMMERDALE GARAGE, Incorporated 5242-50 N, Dcxmen Avenue SWANSON-VOLKEL, Prescription Pharmacxsts 5259 N. Clerk Street "THE WHAT-NOT SHOP" 1704 Foster Avenue WAGGONER'S GREASING PALACE 1959-65 Lawrence, ctt Dqmen WEYRICH ROOFING COMPANY 4920 N. Western Avenue WINNEMAC FOOD SHOP 1918 Winnemoc Avenue WINNEMAC MEAT MARKET 2351 N. Winnemac Avenue ANDREW ZERA-School Supplies 4856 N. Dczmen Avenue BECKER'S PHARMACY 4960 N. Dcxmen Avenue I. BRUMLIK G SONS 4634 N. Lincoln Avenue DYRSSEN'S MARKET 2248 Poster Avenue mzezzghbom . .. .. IOE'S GROCERY G DAIRY STORE MR. .AND MRS. ROBERT JOHNSON FRANK KEEGAN LINCOLN PHOTO SUPPLY IOE MAUL'S CONFECTIONERY MIDWEST GROCERY STORE MILLER FOOD SHOP MILLER'S GREENHOUSE I. MISLOW, BLUE STORE I MONARCH MUSIC SCHOOL NORTH END MOTOR SERWCE OLGA-ANN BEAUTY SALON RALPH'S SERVICE STATION RICHARD'S MARKET SIGMA CHAPTER, S.G.C. UUNEI MR. AND MRS. P. SPANIER SPEEDY'S FRUIT MARKET STRAUMANN. TAILOR TARLOV. FURRIER SUMMERDALE PHARMACY TRUDY'S BEAUTY SHOP IOHN I. WELSH. F LORIST W.P.A. ISORORITYI WESTERN BEAUTY SALON ZINDTS PHARMACY, INC. 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Brinkman, G .,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Britton, D ......................,,...,. 37, 88, Britton, S .,.,................... 30, 55, 88, Broadbent, D ................,..........,. 28, Brockhoff, J. .... 37, 58, 77, IOI, Brockman, L ...........................,,,, 85, Brodersen, R ...............,..,.............. 94 Brokes, S. .......... ...........,..,..,,...., , Broms, A ......... .......... 3 7, 70, Broniec, B ........ ..........., 4 0, 53 Brooks, M .....,...... ............. 7 4, 82, 60, 62, 78, I05, IO6, IIO, Brosnahan, V ..... 74, 82, I02, I4I, ' I4l I30, Brosseit, B ................. 82, 97, , Brotman, M ................. 32, 49, IOI, Brottain, D ................................... 26, Brown, Bette ...,.... 72, 75, 82, 97, I 65 67 I05 94 66 67 I20 I4I I30 65 III I02 49 42 36 39 89 III III I02 I4I 95 72 9I 64 l4I I63 I65 I65 IO8 89 l4I Brown, Beverly ...........,..............,,.... 66 Brown, H. ....................,...,.,............. 65 Brown, J ................. 1 ..... 30, 67, 9I, I05 Brown, M ................. 27, 50, 72, 89 ,90 Brown, R .....................................,. 76, I4l Brown, S. ......,,...,...,,.,,,,..,,,,,...,,,,,,,,,,, , ....30, 55, 59, 66, 9I, I04, 'IIO, III Bruce, M ............... 3l, 66, 90, I05, l06 Bruhn, B ......,,...............................,. 3I, 49 Bruhn, P .,...... ......... 8 0, IO6, I30, I63 ' 66 Brumlik, B. .... ...,.....,....,.,.............. . Bruno, P. ...... ..............,........,... . Brunsell, J ......, .....,,, 3 I, 58, Bryan, V ...,.....,. ..............,..... 2 8, Buckley, J. .... .... ............ . Budney, R. ..., .......,......,. . Bunnel, B. .... .........,,..,...,,, , Bunnel, R. ...................,...............,... . I60 I02 I05 95 25 3I 3l Buny, L .,................................. 27, 50, I05 Burg, L ................................... 33, 49, 88 Burke, L. .,............ 60, 6l, 8I, I4I, I64 Burke, M .,........................... ,28, 49, 89 Burlinclame, G ...... ................. 7 2, 74, 83, 97, 104, 106, 107, III, 141, 150 Burnett, L. .................................., 660, 62, 72, 81, 97, 106, 100, 110, 141 Burns, B. ................................,.,....... I20 Burns, R ..................... II5, II9, I23, I4I Bush, B ..,.............. 28, 65, 105, 106, III Bushelle, D. ................................... . Butler. P ........... ..........,... 3 6 Byl, C ..,....,.... ......... 9 0, Byrne, M ........... .......... 8 5, Byrnes, J. .... ,..........,..,. . Byrnes, W ....... ........... 6 5, Caccloppo, B. . ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I54, Cahill, R...77, II5, Cailleteau, Caldwell, Callaghan, Callister, G ........ ................,, I I8, Camburas, II8, 142, D ........ .................... 6 6, B... .........,.. 74, 82, I02, .1 ........,. ..,....,......, 2 6, 59 Cameron, A .......,....................,.... 40, Camm, R ..... 26, 50, 65, I04, I06. Campbell, D ................................. 40 Campbell, R .,.,...,............. 42 II8. Canacakos, C ......... ........... 3 0, 69, D ............ .,,....,,,,,,,, 4 2 Canacakos, Canaca kos, R. ...........................,......, . 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I3I, Carlstrand, W ..,............ 59, 7l, 94 I 42 64 48 '06 I 63 54 I 42 40 5 87 89 I0 25 65 I 63 95 Carr G ...,. Carr, V .............. ........... 8 3, Carson, Carson, Carson, Carter, Carver, Casey, J. Casey, R. 64, 96, C. ....,....,.....,........ E 76 66 P .......... ...,.......... 2 6, V, ..... ..............,...... . D .......... ......., Castonier, E ........ ......... 3 9 Catelain, C .......... ......... 4 8 Cates, G ........... , ........ Cates, M ........... ...... Chadwic 66 ..3I 55. .37, .....3I k, P. .........,.....,.... Chakolan, E ......................... 49, Chalmer Chandle 72, 77, Chapin, Chapma Chevlin, Chiaqou Chioles, Chioles, Chioles, s, B ............... 36, 72, 57, 86, I42 I42 I20 I20 89 33 50 95 28 97 I22 73 7I 64 IOI IO8 r, W. ...........,.................. 34 II4, II5, II9, I20, I2I, E .,,..,,...,..........,,,.......,.,... 40, n, P. ............................... . K .,,.,,,.,..,,... ris, M ........ ..........68, H ..................................... 68 L. ................................... . S. ................................... . I23 64 27 49 97 90 36 68 Chirpe, J ..... 37, 50, 70, 77, I02, I09 III I42 Christ, J ..................... 83, I05, , Christensen, M. ........,..................... 27 Christiansen, J ...,........... 57, 74, 77,64 I 83, 97, I04, I07, IIO, l42, I60, Christie, E. ....................................... . I65 ....77, II6, lI8, I39, I40, I42, Christman, P ................. 36, 6l, 64, I 05 74 Chrrstoffel, J ............... 40, 57, 7l, Christopoulos, C ............... 58. 73, 95 Christopoulos, T ................. 30, 69, 95 Christos, H ........................ ........... 3 3, 69 Chudzinski, L. ................................. . Claeys, D ................... 78, 89, I3I, Clarke, 38 I63 J .,.,..,.....,.................. 26, 87, 95 86 Clarquist, E. ..... ............... ........... . Clausen, G .......... ................. 2 6, 66 Clausen, H ..............,.............. 66, 9l, 95 Clausen, M. ..................................... . 58, 72, 75, 86, 97, l0l Clausen, R ........................... 93, I3I, I62 Clausen, W ................................... 66, 94 Claypool, H ........ ..,.... , ..26, 66, 95 Clemens, S .,,..,,... ............. 5 8, , E .......... .... .......... 42, Cletcher, S. ..... ....................... . Closter, D ........,.,..... ......... 3 0, 68, Closterides, J ......... ........ 9 3, 95, Clyne, R .,..,.................................... 3l, Colourn, Jane ........................ 42, 57, Coburn, Joann .......................... .... Cokins, H ....,...... 65, 84, I04, IO6, 88 89 I42 94 I 42 95 97 Z8 l42 I 63 Colan, M ..,..,,,..... 75, 80, I06, l3I, Colegrove, C...38, 55, I05, IO8, II3 Coleman, D ................................. 85, l42 Coleman, L ................................. 83, l42 Coleman, M. ..... 28 Colias, A. .... . mfffff 69 68 Colliqno 56. 57, Colling, Collins, Collins, Collins, Colver, n, D. .,..,..... .................... . I42 98, I04, I08, I39, J. ,,,,,,,.,,,,....,,............ . Patricia .......,.,,........ Peggy ,,.,......,......,..... T ............,................ 32, N ...,,.,,.,,...,,,,.,......... 57, 1'i'9iii I ..6, I64 67 40 IO8 I23 74 I07 Condos, J ..................... 30, 68, 9l, III Conley, R ................... 80, IIO, l3l, I63 Connell, B. ................ ...................... 3 9 Conner, P. ......... .............................. I 22 Conors, M...34, 88, 9l, I05, IO6, IO9 Conrad, A .........,,.... ................... 9 7, I43 Constantine, H ...........,. 42, 53, 68, I43 Contos, A ..,.................. 28, 49, 69, IO6 Contos, W. ...................................... l3i Cook, D. ..........,....,............................. . 57, 67, 74, 77, I07, II3 Coope, R. ....,.....,,,,............................ 42 Cooper, M ......,............................ 36. 49 Corbett, P ,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,..,.,,......., 38, 49, 97 Cordes, P ....,...... 75, 82, IO8, I43, I65 Corkell, A ............... .....,..... 7 0. 82. I43 Corthier, L, ,, ,,,,,................ 83, I04, IO6, IO7, III, II2, II3, I43, I65 Corthinos, P. .,,....,.....,.................... 37 Corts, V ..,,..,.......,,.,.....,, ,.... 8 2, I43, I65 Cosmos, E. .....,.....,, . ...,.................. 36 Costopoulos, E ......... .... .... 3 0 , 59, 68 Cotharin, J ..............,....,, . ,........... 33, 53 Courtney, J. ,,,.,,..... ....,,,,........,,.,....,.. . 59, 66, 9I, IOI, I05, Ill Couston, T .,........,..,... 55, I43, I45, I65 Covey, R. ...............,............,............. 64 Coyle, S .,,,,,,,,,., ,.,,,,.,,,.,, 4 0, 54, 70 Crafts, C, ,,.,....... ...,.,.............. 3 6 Cramer, H ...,..,,,,........... ............. 5 I. 53 Crawford, Jean .......,.... ,..., ....,, 3 8 , 97 Crawford, June ............. ...42 88. I43 Crehore, 'T ...........,. 31, 5l, 53, 59, 97 Cronberg, D. ,, ,, , ,,.., ........... . 53 Ehrhart, C ...........v..,.-..------ 76. l3l. III 95 Cronin, J .,,.,................ Sl, 88, I43, I65 Crossland, R, ,,.......................,,...,... 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C ................ .....,... 3 4, 49, 88, Davis, D, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, ,,,,,,, , Davls, R, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, , .,,.42, 60, 61, 62, 97, l0l, l3l, I 65 72 26 I 43 I63 66 I 62 I 62 l06 I43 I 43 I 43 97 I Ol 94 26 89 37 I64 I62 94 89 I43 9 I 89 62 Dawe, G ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, 3 7 68 Deeklns S ......, ,............,...... ........ l 4 3,'I60 Deardorff, M. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,, , 58, 86, 9l, lo4, I08 Decker, D ...,......,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,77, ll7, I43 Decker, R .....,.,.......... ,ll,,,,,,,,,,,,,, l 43, I64 Dedes, A. ........,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, 2 5 DeFoY. B ..,.,.,.. Bl, I05, IO6, II2, I44' DeHart, E. .,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,, l l 1, Dehn, W. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 1, 5 Delahanty, P. ,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, , 85, 98, I00, IOI, IO4, IO6, I44 Delaporte, B ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, M82 Dell, I .,,,,,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 0, gg' Dell. 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H ....................... 28, 49, 72, Diangson, L ,..,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, 72, Sl, Dlck, R ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Dierlnger, L ................ .......,..,....., 2 9, Doerschner, S, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , Dlerssen, Jean ............,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 26, Dierssen, Joan ..,.,.,. 33, 53, 58, 67 Diesel, F ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 316, 97 Dllgard, D .,,,,,,, . ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 27, Dittrnan, L., .,..,,.,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,, DIXOFI, D ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 74, 82, I4l, Dodt, W .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 8, ........49, IOO, I05, IO6, ll0, II2, Doetsch, M ,,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 39, Doleman, P. ,,.,,,,,,,..,,,,.,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Donewald, W ..............,...... 76, I29, Donqes, J ....... 83, I04, IIO, III, Donovan, B ...,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, 34, 49, 65, Donovan, J .,,.,,.,.,,,,,.,.,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,, 39, Donovan, W .,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, 33, Doolin, L .............,,....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 25, Doonarl, R ,............ 25, 48, 58, 59, Dosch, S ........ ......... 7 8, IIO, I3I, 94 96 76 34 9 I I04 38 I 44 60 I44 88 I 65 I06 "li l l I20 90 I 04 I 44 53 55 49 97 95 95 37 I 44 54 WI-44 89 34 l3l I44 I20 64 54 IO4 I20 I63 Joe Gishes-continued . . . 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Farmakls, M ......................... 26, 68, Farrar, J ....... .... 7 8, I05, ll0, l32, Farrier, V ............................. 79, I32, Faust, M ............... 58, Bl. l04, IO6, Feichtmeir, M ........... Bl, l0B, IIO, Fell, C .........,...,....................... 25, 87. 70 42 49 89 42 42 70 87 I45 I62 I45 IO4 I04 I63 I63 I45 I45 95 Feld, E. ....... ................... . Feller, V. ....... ....................... . Felman, R ............. .............. 3 6, 55, Feltskog, P. ..................................... . Feret, F ......................................... 40. Ferguson, M .,...,....,. ...72, 74, B2, Fernes, L. ........................................... . 57, 8I, IOO, I05, IO6, I08, II2, I45 Ferre, B .,,., ............,............. 2 7, I05, Fetsch, R ....................... 39, 89. 90. Fett, N .,,,,...,,...,,,... 30, 49, 7l, I06, Ficht, M ......................... 56, 57, 35. Fick, L ........... 38, 55, 64, 97, IOI, IO6, Filman, D ..... 6I, 72, 96, I05, Fincke. L. ,,,,,,,,....,,...,,................... 28, 7l 9l Findeisen, P ......... 53, 59, , Fischer, Fischer, A, ....................................... . Ill II2 B .,,..,,.,.. 83, 89, , Fischer, C ............... 40, 58, 67, 95, Fischer, D. .................................-.-..--- - -..55, al, aa, 89, los, los, llo, l-45 Fischer, M ........... 33, 50, 72, IOI, Fisher, A ................................. 33, 7l. Fisher, D. ......................................--- - Fisher, J. ....... .......................... . Fisher, R ......................................... 27 Fitch, N .,.,.........,....... 76, llB, I45, Fitzgibbon, C. ..... . ........................ -- Fitzpatrick, D. .................-..----------- - Fitzpatrick, M. ................................. . ........27, 50, 72 ,l05, IO6, lll, II2 Flannery, R ................. 38. 70. ll9. Fleming, Jane .............. 34, 53, 58, 73 Fleming, John ...................... 34, 59. ll9 Fleming, P. .................................. 060. 62, 78, los, lol., ll0, II2, l32, I62 Fleming, W ................... 30, 55. 59. Flint, V .,....,...... 33, 49, 59, 67, 9l, Floclberg, E .....................-...--------.- 39. Flodin, J ....................................... 93. Flores, J. ........ ............ 3 9. Florzak, E ........ . ........ 33. 89. Floyd, D. ............. ...-..-----.-----.----- - Fluckiger, A ........ ..........-.-.....--- 4 2. Focht, H .......... .......-...-------...--.. 2 7. 50 polo., M ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,........ 36, as, 89, lol Ford, L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,.., 79, l32, I62 Ford, Richard ................--------.------- .--- ........34, 55, 73, 86, 90 ,94, 95, l0l Ford, Robert ...................---..-.-.-... -4 95 Ford, S. ........................-.----- ---- - -4 -------- l05 Ford, W. ....... ---------Y-4---- 9 4 Fors, E ............... .-..-.--- 6 7. 88 Forsythe, D ........... .......---- 7 9. l32 Fosdyke, V. --.--------.--------- -- 60 Foss, J ........... ..........--------- 6 5. Fosse, R .......,..... ........ 3 0. 55. 7l. Fotoplos, E .......... ......-.... 2 6. 60. Foutris, G. --..----.-.-------- Foy, D. ........... .-----.-.-----.---- 4 Francis, R. .................-..... ----.---.--.---- - Frank, P. .........--.----------.----- ---- --------- - Frank, R ...................-.----.-.--- 34. IIS. Frankquist, B ..... 84, B9, l0B, l45, Franks, A ............... 33, 5l. 73. 9l. Franks, R ....................--.-------- ---- l 2l. Frantell, N. ..........--.----...-------- --------- - Frantell. P .......-.-------.--.------- ------- - --75. Frauen, K ..... 50, 67, 77, ll7. I45. P , L. .................. , ................... ...-...-. - ra l4o 11.4 75, BI, 82, I08, II2, H0 .l46. l32, Frazier, M. ..........---.----. ------------.------- - Frazier, L ...........-------- 79. FFBZICF, 5. . ........... . -..-------.--.-------.- Fredrickson, B ..... ...... ....-..- 7 0 . ll5. Freeding, J. ........... ---------..----------- - Freeding, M ............---- -..-------- 8 l. Freeman, James ................-.--.---- -23. Freeman, Joan ...... ....... -.-..-------- 7 9 . Freimuth, D. ........-..-..-.--.-.---.--- -----'- - Freriks, L ...................-- al. l04. l05. Frey, A .............. .- ...-------- -----4.4-- 3 6. Frey, M ................. ......-.....------.--- 3 4. Fridstrorrl, l. ..... ...-.--.-------.----- 3 4. Friend, W ......... ---------. 2 6. II9. Fritz, L ........... ...------ 3 0. 67. Frolich, l. . ................------- -----------' 2 5. Fuhrman, R .........--..----...-----------4-- -27. Fullerton Fullerton , B ......... 42, 53, Funk, C ........................ ...------------ Furla, S .... ,.,... 72, lo4, , R ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.... 32, I05. Gade. ' Richard. ...... ...... ...... 3 7 . Gade, Ruth .............. ..... .--..-------. 4 9 Gaertner, l'l ................-..------ 26. 37. Gallanis, C. ............... ..------------------ - Gallanis, T ................. .......-. 9 l. 94. GareDi5, l'l ....... 85, 97, l06, l07. Garrity, C... ................................ .3l. Garrit M. ..........................----.-..... - V. Ga rrity, R ......... ........ 7 5. 85. Gart, B .......... .........----. 3 2 Gart, Dolores .................. I05, IO6, Gart, Dorothy ......... ............... 8 I, Gart, G .................. ............. 2 5, Gartner, E. ...... .......... . Gartner, K. .... ...... . R. ...................................... . Gartner, Gasoer, 42, 57, 70, 7l, 76, 96, 98, Gatsch, F. ........................................ . W. .................................... , Gaul, P. .......................................... . Gavltt, G ....................................... 33, M. .......................,....,..... . as, 89, lo.s, lo7, Me, v ...........,..........,..,......... 1.9, Gavrilis, ........69, Gavrilis, Gavrulis, V. .................................... . Gawron, R. .... ............................. . Gaynor, A ..................... 7l, 76, 95, Gaynor, J . ...................................... . Genaze, L. ...................................... . Geannopulos, D ............... 79, IO6, Geavaras, C ....................... 79, I32, Gegounes, Aphrodite .............. 28 Gegounes, Artemis ...................... . Geiger, M ...................... ......... 3 6, Geiger, R. ................. .......... . Gekas, J ........ . .......... 32 Geltls, H. .......... . Gemskie, C. .... . Gemskie, L ........... fffffffff54f'i95, Genln, M. ........... ......................... . Geoffray, C ................................... 32 Gerber, P. ...................................... . Gerlich, V ..................... 28, 90 ,l05, Gerwinq, R. ,.............................,..... . Gestrich, A ........................... 3l, 67, Gestrich, H. .................................... . Gevert, V ................. ..79, ll0, l32, Geweke, A, .................................... . Geweke, M ................... 30, 7l, 89, Giambrone, J ............................... 36 Giannaris, B ......... ..................... 3 B, Giannaris, E ................... 32, 68, 89, Gianopulos, B ..................... 3l, 69, Gibbons, T. .................................... . Gibson, J. ...................................... . 50, 6I, 63, 97, II9, Gielow, H. ...................................... . Giese, B ........... 85, I05, I06, 107, Gilbert, W ............................. 40, 64, Gilchrist, R ................................... 25, Gillespie, R .......... .......... 3 2, Gillies, J ........... ......... 3 3, Gillis, H. .... . ............... .. Gillis, R ....................................... 32, Gilmore, J. ...................................... . I05, IO6, I08, ll2, Gilmore, P ................................... 26, Gilmour, L. . ................................. Gilmour, M .......... ........... 3 B, 90, Ginley, R. ............ ........................ . Gitsinger, L ................................... 34, Glavas, D. ...................................... . Glees, B ....................... 38, 55, l04, Glefke, L. ..,.......................... ........... . Glenn, D ,.............. 28, 50, 72. l04, Glesener, A ......................... 42, 92, Glowen, G. ..................................... . l02, IO6, ll2, ll3, Godart, R. ....................................... . Goelz, G ..................................... 57, Goldfein, R .,,.............. bl, 63, I08, Goldman, C. ................................... . 78, I05, ll0, l32, Golenlco, H. ................................... . 50, I05, IO9, IIO, Golk, H. ........................................... . Golk, M ......................................... 50, Goller, E ............... ......... . .......... 4 2, eolze, L ......... ao, so, 67, 9l, lo4, Goodman, A. ................................. . Gordon, C. ....................................... . Goss, H ..................... ........ 3 l, 66, Gottschlich, L .......... ............... 3 l, Goudie, B. .......... ......................... . Goumas, S ......... ................. 2 8, 58, eavls, J .......... ......... 3 3, 48, se, Govis, M .....,.. ........... 8 5, 90, Grabert, J ......... ......... 3 3, 7l. Graf, C, ,,........ ...................... . Gramlich, C ....................... 73, l0l, Granahan, E ................................. 7l, Granahan, J ..... 77, ll7, I47, I60, Granger, R ................. .66, 90, IO6, Gray, J ............. 34, 53, sa, 7l, 9l, Gray, M ..... 42, 55, 57, 6l, 70, 7l, Gray, N ........................... ............. 3 4, Green, V ......................... 3l, 7l, 90, Greene, D ................... 27, 89, I05, Greenhouse, H...93, 94, 95, I47, Greenwald, M ..................... 33, 73, Gregory, D ................................... 26, Gregory, K ........ ........ 2 7 ,50, Gregory, P, .... ...................... . .. Greiser, L .......... ...... .................. 3 2 , Gries, A .......... ......... 4 0, 89, IO4, Hammer, R ...,..,......,. 64, 118, 119, 53, 85, Griffith, G ................... 42, 53, 105, Grinde, J ............................... 37, 70, Groeger, J. ..,.....,...,,,...,.,.,,,......,..... . ..........28, 50, 86, 101, 105, 106, Groemwald, L. ,............................ . Gross, C ........................ ...,..,...... 3 I Groth, A. ..........., .............. . Gruber, H .................,................... 34, Grunschel, A .................,.....,..... 132, Grutzmacher, K. .... ......................... . 67, 97, 115, 119, Guman, A ...,..........,....,................. 31, Gummerman, J ............. 42, 53, 63 Gummerman, W. ..... ......... 9 3, 132, Gundberg, E ....................... 34, 59, Gustafson, A .......,..,.... 32, 54, 58, Gustafson, H ....,.. Gustafson, I .......... Gustafson, J. ..... . ...,,....50, 102, Gusfaysan, E .......,..,,.., fff130',""53i,' Guth, M ......................................... 26. Guy, A ,.....,.......... 76, 77, 114, 115, Haag, W ................ .....,.... 4 I Haarmeyer, G ......... ......... 2 7, Hagberg, Y. ....... ............, . . Hagemeyer, G. ...... ..................... . Hagen, D. ........,.. . Hagen, J ,........... .............. , , Hagen, V ......., .......... 2 6, 50, 65 Hager, J. .. Haig, L .........., ............... 4 2, Hale, R ............... ......... 9 1 Halteman, L. .............. .................. . Hamilton, J .....................,..,.......... 33 . ........... 30, 87, Hoffmangl L. ................ ....,. ......... 105 I 0 148 94 Hampel, B ......... 82, 90, 105, 108, 107 91 1 1 1 28 88 89 67 163 120 67 64 133 86 91 94 147 26 72 59 147 24 87 89 70 27 101 90 87 105 95 26 88 147 147 147 72 66 25 Hangel, R ........... . ........... 60, 62, 90, Hanley, P. .,..,.................................. . Hannon, G .............,........,...,.......... 49 Hansen, Bernice ............................ Hansen, Betty J., 201A .................... 58, 71, 88 Hansen, Betty J., 326A ...... 29, 51 60 Hansen, James ...................,........ 54, 132 Hansen, Jean .....,............................ 28 Hansen, V ........,..... ..,........ 4 0, 101 Hanson, M. ...................................... 160 Hanson, Richard ..,..................... 94, 95 Hanson, Robert ........ 76, 147, 150, 164 Hardell, W. .........,.................... 25, 48 Harding, J. ..................,......,,............ . ...82, 100, 105, 106, 108, 112, 147 Harding, M .... 38, 57, 70, 71, 74, Hardy, J. ......................................... . Harland, Harrast, T ...,,......,................. 36, 61, , 55 B .................. .......,. 40 Harrington, P. ...... .......... . Harrls, K ............... ..,..... 2 6, Harris, M ............... ......... 3 3, Harrison, A ........... ......... 2 8 Harrison, M ,........ ........ 3 3, Harrison, S. ......,. ............. . Harrison, W .......... ....... 3 8, Hart, J ............,.. ......... 2 7, Ha rtnett,. Hartokol J. ..........................,.....,... . 105 89 66 72 89 68 73 65 50 65 120 48 72 IS, I. ................................... . 106 49, 57, 68, 89, 104, Hartokol Hartung, Hartwick, is, L, ................................. . E ..........., ...,..... 3 2 B. ...... .................. . Harty, A. .......... .......,,.................... , Harvey, J ,.......... .................... 3 3, 67, Harz, D ...,....,,,....,................. 42, 70, Hattinq, M ............... 59, 61, 82, 88 89,105,106,1I0,l11,l12,I13, Haual, G. ......................................... . Hauptman, D .,......... ,.... ..... 3 1 , 104, Hauser, M ............. 31, 49, 66, 106, Hawkinson, N ............................. 95, Hayes, E. .........................,.........,....... . Hayes, Janet ....,. 87 91 I38 87 95 100 I47 70 106 I 1 1 147 89 31 Hayes, Joan ...................,................ 39 Healy, K. .......................................... 64 Hechmann, D ..... 56, 79, 89, 132 163 Heckelnnann, H. ..........,....,............ 67 Hed, E ....................................... 51, 76, 77, 118, 119, 120, 122, 147, 157, 165 Hedges, A ........................... 42, 49, Heed, S. ..,,.......... ....................,,.,. . Heer, G. ........................................... . Hegarty, A ...,.................,........,,. 27, Heidenbluth, L ......... 56, 80, 132, Heil, E ...................,.........,...,......... 66, Hein, Anne ..................,,.................... Hein, Audrey ..,... 64, 03, 09, 111, Helm, w .................,....... 31, 66, 91, Heinemann, J. ......... . ........ .. ........... . -, ..................... 27, 106, 110, 111, He1nes, T. ......................................... . Heinkel, D. .... .......... Heintz, J. .... ..... ,.......... ...... . Heinz, S. ...... ..................,,...... . He1nze,J ..,..... ........ 1 19, 120, 101 147 89 111 162 104 40 147 120 112 50 147 123 100 123 Joe Gishes-continued . . . Helander, D ............... 27, 53, 105, Hellberg, A ...............,. 37, 64, 97, Helin, N. .....,................................... . Helmer, R ............... 30, 66, 87, 90, Hembd, A. ....,,.... ......... ...,................ . Hendrickson, R ..................... 38, 55, Hendriks, A ........., ........,. . 31, 65, Hendry, R .......... ........... 4 2, 57, Henning, E .....,..,.. ......,...,... 8 5, Hering, M ........................,.,........ 28, Hermanson, B ....................... 26, 66, Herold, H. ......................................... . ....30, 51, 71, 90, 91, 105, 106, 111 Hess, A .,..,,,.,,..... 56, 80, 129, 132, Hester, M ........................... 83, 111, Heurkins, D .........., 27, 50, 65, 90, Hicks, B .......... ................... 3 1, 66 Hicks. E. ...... .... ..................... . Hilburn, M. .... ..................... . Hill, N ............ .................. 2 7, Hinds, C ............. ......... 4 2, 50, 76, Hirsch, W. ...,,. ......................... . Hobler, 1 ............ ............. 7 8, 132, Hoch, A .,.,........,...................... 73, 86, Hochriem, H ............. 32, 58, 106, Hodgklnson, B. ..................... .......... . Hodgkinson, L ........................... 88, Hoeffer, E ......... 39, 51, 53, 64, 95, Hoelter, L .......... .... ...........,..... 7 5 , 89, Hoff, C.. Hoff, M. .......... . Hoffman, F. ....... . Hoffman, H. ...,............................... . 78 80 Hoffman, M ............... , , 133, J ...34 89 107 Hoffman , 06, 17, 112, 113, Jiaras, G. ..... .........-... . Jlr al, L ......... Jogery, C. ...... ..................... . Johanson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 78, 105, 111, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, 57, 66, 76, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, D .......... ........... 2 5, 50, A, ...........,......................... . 120, Betty Lorraine .... 36, 64, Bert ....,....,,....,.... 38, 91 66 49 1 1 1 25 122 66 Betty Louise .,,..... ........... I .Il 106, Catherlne .......................... 163 133, Corlnne .............,....,. 38, D. ,,,.,.....,,,,,,. ............. 2 5, Edsel ................................ Edyfard ,........................... 111 87 138 95 Ellls ................................... 109 95, Evelyn E. ........,.............. . Evelyn R. ....................... . 88, I-I, ....,,.....,.......................,. . 108, 90, F. .................. 40, 55, I ........... 42, 50, 89, Jean .............. 42, 67, Johnson, John .................................. Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, J6HHE6'n, 57, sl, 90, Lorralne..27, 50, 89, Lucille ...,. ................... 3 9, Margaret .................... 33, Margaret E. ................. . Margaret J. . ....... M6rglf..34, aa, 89, 27 27 100 54 1 13 100 25 105 60 65 89 59 101 87 Marvln .,.....,. ................. 3 1, Johnson, May .................................... 55, 77, 83, 108, 111, 149, 156 Mildred ........,................... 105, 106, 108, 112, 113, 149 N. .............................. 83, Johnson, 149 66 Hoffmeyer, G ..,...... 38, 48, 59, 91 Hoffmeyer, J. ............... ................. . Hoflnger, R. ................................... . Hofinger, 89, 104, 106, 133, S .......... ,........ ............ 8 5 , Hokanson, Holdorf, N ......... 64, 79, 105, 110, Hollander, G. ,............ .................... . Holm, J ...................,.........,........... 40, Holm, V .,,.,..,....... ......... 8 3, 111, T. . ................................... .. 163 Johnson, Robert L ............. 30, 54, Johnson, Robert S ..................... 33, 119 Johnson, S ....................... 60, 61, 63, sl, 105, 106, 107, 109,112, 149, 164 Johnson, Thelma ...........,..,.., 39, 51, 72 Johnson, Thomas ........................ 58, 87 Johnson, Violet ......,.........,............... 89 Johnston, P ................................... 34, 50 Jones, D. . ,..........,............................. 42 Jones, Janet .............. 60, 96, 105, 106, llo, 112, Jones, John 62, 77, 78, 130, 133, 163 Holmen, M. ....,.,. . Holslnger, K ......... ........ Hoppe, C ..,........ ....... Hornbeck, A ..................... Hosp, M ..,..,,..,,............................ 32, 106 111 Hotes, B ..... 84, 88, 105 Hotes, G .........,................. Howes, A .............,............ Huber, A ................... 85, ....37, 55, 30 53 '27 1104. ....3b, 511, Huber, G ........ ................ Huber, J ............. ........ Hudson, D. ......... . Hudspeth, V ..................... Huendorf, R .................. Hughes, B ......................... ..31, 91, 05, 106, 33, 66 32 65 50,' 89,' Hunter, R ........... 33, 49, 65, 86, 90 ' 39 Huntington, D ................. Hurckes, R. ..,. , .....,..... . Hurnicut, D. .... . Huss, M. .,.... . Hustead, E. .... Huster, M ...,... ........... ...........85, 153 Hyler, L ...... . .......... 56, 80, , Hynes, E. ....... .................... . llin S 81, 100, Jones, Tracy ......,................... 30, 87, Jones, Treva .......... ............ 3 2, Joos, C ................ ................ 3 0, Jorgenson, R ...... .... .................... 2 6 , Josefson, C ........ ......... 3 8, 59, 64, Joseph, D ........... ................... 3 0, Joseph, W. .........,........................... . Juergens, H. ....,,.....,.... , .,...,............ . Juergens, L, ..................................... . Jumes, L .....,.............,. 42, 114, 115, 38 91 71 RQ 87 94 95 Joseph, L. ................... 89 133 67 67 120 115 JUFBCIC, H. ........................... . ......... Kablrzkl, R. .., .............................,. .. , ,,,,,,.....,.,,.. 106, 148, Iverson, G ............. 40, 55, 64, 90. lvis, J ..................................... 25, 88. lackson, F. ..................................... . Jacobs, Jacquie ................................ 105, 106, 119, 148 Jacobs, Jacobs, John .............................. 97, L ..................,....,....., . ...... 34, Jacobsen, B. ...... .............. . Jaeger, Jaerns, J ............. Jaeschke, Janakos, Janisch, J. ..... . 104, B ......... ........ 6 8, C ...,,.... Jaster, H. ....... , Jastram, G. ,... ..................... . f F. .... ......................... . Jeanls, G ............... .................... 3 7, Jeannides, T .,........ ......... 8 1, Jearas, G. ...... ............................. . Jenkins, Jenkinson, Jensen, B ..................... 75, 82, M ............. 28, , , 149, J. ......................................... . 50 104 Jensen, D. .... .................. ........... . Jensen, M .......,.. ................... 8 0, J Jensik, Jepson, Jerger, J .......,....,,........... 27, 51, Jerger, E. .......... .................... 1 22 , 53, R ..,................ eo, 104, 133, 160 Kachantones, Dlane .......................... 68, 106, 112, 113 Kachantones ,Mary .............. 32, 69, 73 Kahn, C .....,..............,............,. 33, 54, 72 Kahn, G. ............................................. . ..........56, 57, 83, 100, 108, 149, 165 Kahn, T ....................................... 120, 149 Kaitchuck, L. ...................,................ 26 Kalbacher, J ................... 52, 88, 89, 90 Kalodimos, M ,..........,........... 32, 55, 72 Kalogerakis, F ..... 27, 50, 69, 86, 101 Kaltenborn, S ..................,............ 38, 64 Kane, Kathaleen ................ 28, 50, 101 Kane, Marguerite .....,.,.................... 55, 101, 105, 106 Kann, D ......... ........ 2 6, 49, 72, 89, 105 Kapsalis, E. .........................,............ 68 Kapsalis, G ...,.....,...,.,... 28, 54, 68, Kapsalis, Karcher, Karoff A Karras, E ......... 83, 108, 111, Karras 1 ........,. ...,,......,......,..,.. 6 0, R. ,,,,,,. ,....,,..................... . 149, L. ........................... .............. . Kasten, J ..................... 81, 149, 155, Kastens, J ........ ....,....................... 2 6, Kastens, V ................. 40, 105, 106, Katris, B ..,............ 85, 88, 89, 108, Katris, C ....................................... 38, Katsahnias, 1 .........,.............. 36, 55, Kaufmann, B .......... ......... 8 2, 149, Kaufmann, L. ....,...,.,........................ . Kaulentis, T. .......................... ......... . Kaunzlnger, E ...................,,... ,....,. 4 0, Kazlo, F.,..42, 48, 55, 59, 66, 93, Keesal, N ,.... ................... . ............. 8 7, Keifer, J Keil F Keller, Keller, J. ' "'U5'"''1111QQ1Qffff27','"4i3,' ........4o ,90 ,100, Keller, V ............... 75, 79, 88, 110, Kelley, H ........ ................... 7 5, 82. 1 19 95 34 149 152 87 165 87 108 149 101 89 164 88 133 67 94 94 32 59 101 153 133 149 Kelly, A ........ ........................ 3 3. Kelly, E ........ ........ .......... ....... 2 7 Kelly, R .........,.. ......... 5 7, ao, 149, Kendall, T ........... ................ 3 9. 55. Kengott, D ........ ................... 8 7, Kennedy, C ........ ,.............. 3 3, 65. Kern, L .,..,,,,,,,,,.............. 38, 59, 64, Kersting, V ......... ,.... ......... 8 6 , 97, Kerwer, N. ....................................... . Kerwin, R ..................................... 37, Kesses, Thalia ............................... .. ...........,.,. 28, Kesses ,Ti Kessenich, Kessler, L. ...................................... . Kevill, L. ...........,..... ....... ............. . . . 49, 104, 106, 110, na .........,.......,.............. 84, L. ,... ...................... . ...... . . 55, 58, 65, 95, 97, 101 104 Keys, L ................................... 28, 72, Kibort, K. .......,................................. . Kiefer, J ................. 38, 61, 91. 101. Kiesgen, D ,...,,.,.,........... 33, 49, 88, Kllsklnen, D ....,................,. 97, 108, Kiley, W. .....,.....,.,........................... . Kilfoy, Madeline ................,, 49, 50, Kilioy, Martina ......... .......... 8 2, Kimball, L. ,,,,,,,,. . 65 55 164 64 94 101 95 149 I38 1 I7 149 25 32 34 106 101 95 119 101 150 133 59 150 38 Kind, O. ,..........................,.... 25, 87, 95 King, T ......................................... 538, 90 Kinkle, M .... ........... ........... 4 l . 73. 75, 04, 105, 106, 112, 113, 139, 150, 165 Kinnas, V. ............... .. ....................... ............33, 68, 73, 97, 104, 108, 112 Kinnaw, J. .............. ........... ................. 2 5 lclousis, A .,,,,.,,...........,..,........ 25, 48 68 Klausls, G ......... 69, 04, 105, 107, 150 Kipp, K .........,......................... 33, 67, 90 Kirby, E ......................................... 39. Kirkpatrick, B .,,.,,,. ......... 3 8, 100, Kirnbauer, Kiellander, Klages, A ............ Klarquist, W ,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,......,... 56, I .,.,,,,,.,,..,, 28, 49, 106, E ........ ....................... 9 1, Kleln, D ..,,...,......................... 55, 85, Kleitsch, Klier, J ..,...,............. E ,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,................... 48, .27, 55, 67, 87 Klier, R. ....... .. Kllnge, C. ........ . Klingwall, Klock, I.. ,.,...,,.... . B .................,,................ 28 58, 72, 89, 97, 101, Klooter, J ..................................... 66, Knapp, L ......... ...... 3 3, 71, 86, 106, Knicl, L ......,. ............................... 3 8 Knipe, T ....................................... 33, Koch, A ................. 37, 61, 70 ,89, Koch, M ........................,........ 32, 49, Koclanis, Koehler, Koehler, Koehler, I Koehler, Koelsch, Koeniq, Kolettes, Kolle, J ................ Kollintzas, Kollinzas, 69, 84, 88, 104, R ....... 30, 54, R ..........,.... 37, V .......... L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,,.,.,,.. 34 Don ................................ 90, Donna ......... . ..................... . 66, 87, 90. 40, 55, 67, N, ,,,,.,.,,.,,,,.,, ,,,.,,,.,,,,...,,.,.., . 68 94, 0 ,.....,...,.............. 26, 59, .......3l, 71, 86, 1 64 108 133 1 1 1 97 94 150 67 95 95 33 50 108 105 707 55 107 109 73 59 95 89 70 101 95 49 88 150 69 E. ....................................... . 150 106,111,112, Kontur, C ..,,.............,. 67, 81, 102, Kooomann, W ............................. 31, Korkoneas, B. .,... , Korkoneas, D ........ Korkoneas, P ......,.. . .......... 69, Korliclc, VV, ,... . Kors, J ................. 71 Kosebas, G. ,,.. . Kosebas, M ......... .......,...72, 84, KOSIHQ, J. ....,... . Kotte, J ...... ............ Koudounis, . ..., ...27, 87 G .,..,,......................... 27 Koudounis, J. ...................... 30, 69, Kouletsis, K .,.,.., 69, 85, 104, 106, KOULF15, C ........... 56, 80 ,86, 129, Kozajda, H ........,,,,............... 34, 65, Kraemer, R ................................... 25, Krasny, B. ................,........................ . Krater, L .........,... 42, 57, 104, 106, Kraus, R ............................... 28, 104, Krebs, 8. ..........,.... ,..,. .........,....... 3 3 Krelssl, L. ......................................... . Krell, H. ......... . 150 90 69 69 89 I 19 90 34 1 50 87 95 68 94 150 133 88 95 32 107 106 49 39 "501'"65l"'75f"77f"'i 10 3, 55, , Kremer, J ....................................... 33 Kressner, Kreutzer, W. ........,.......................... . .40, 67, T.. ...................... .. Krieger, R ......... .57, 82, 108, 112, Krler, P ........ ,...................... 3 6, 66 Krohn, B. ...................... ................. . Krohn, R ..........,.,...,... ........... 3 3, Kromenaker, M. ...,. .......,..... . Kromenaker, T. Kropke, C. ,..,....,............................ . Kropke, G. ..................,..........,......... . 53, 71, 90, 91, 105, 89 38 97 1 50 97 3 1 73 88 88 25 106 Krowlca, Krueger, Krueger, Krueger, V ........... 38, 57, 100, 101, 108 F ..,,.,,.,.....,.,.,.......,,,,...........,. 33 H ,............,,,,.,,,,. 33, 86, 98, 99 Hildegard .,..,..., 28, 105, 111 Joe Gishes-continued . . . Lindorff R .....,.. ,.....,....... 3 8, Lindskog, R ......... ......... 7 8, 134, Lindstrom, E ...........,................... 36, Linnemeier, D. ......,.,.,...,................ . Lins, J ..............,........ 33, 49, 88, 89 Llpp E. .....,..................,..................., . Krueger, J. ,.....,.......,,,,,........,,....,,.,...... . ........82, 86, 98, 99, 100, 105, 150 Kruse, B .,,,,,,,,,,.... 30, 59, 71, 105, lll Kruse, R .,..,.,,............... 27, 49, 105, 110 Kudsk, 8 .,... ....................,..,.., 2 7, 49, 104 Kuehnle, C. ..,........... .................,,. 5 6, 80, 96, 100, I05, 106, 110, 133, 162 Kuhlman, R .......,....,. ,..,........, 2 8, 87, 109 Kull, Ray, ,...,..........,....................... 42, 48 Kull, Romana ....... Kunert, E .,,,A,,..... Kunze, W. ......... .. Kurzdor1er,J ...,..,...,.. 56, 130, 133, Kuss, R .,....................,,,......,,.....,.... 33, Kusse, H ..........,..,.....,, LaBahn, B ...,.,,....., 33, 50, 67, 90 Lagg, F .....,..,.,....................,A 30, 50, Lamack, C .,,,,,,,, ,,,,..,....... .38, 89, Lambos, H ...........................,.....,. 88, Lambros, P...55, 56, 76, 93, 129, 91 150 152 67 35, 54, 59, 71, 94 105 101 109 89 Lippert, R ........ Liptrot, F ...,..,.,... Llvas, G .................. Lockwood, R .....,,., .........33, 49, 67, 15, 120, Lofstedt, M. ....., . Logiudice, L ..,..,.,. Lomax, J. ............. . Long, B ...............,........................... 38, Long, M .,,,,,,...,,,.,..,..... 27, 50, 104, Looseyelt, J ...,. 82, 104, 106, 151, Lopez, V ..........,,.,,,......... 33, 94, 95, Lopotko, Alex .................................. Lopotko, Ann ............ 82, 106, 151, Loprich, E ,..,.,......,....,........... 67, 90, Lorch, D .,............................... 37, 73, Lorincz, A. ................ 33, 58, 71, 95 Losseter, C. ................................... . Louls, J ....,...,....... Lucas, M ................. . ...,,,, 31, 67 Ludden, ........... . La Plant, L. ..,... . 67 Landstrorn, C. ...............A................. . Lang, A. ........A.................A................ . Lang, H. . ...... ................ . . Lang, V ......,..... .......,....., 7 6, Lan an P .......... ........... 3 0, 50, 9 1 Lange, G. ......... ....,................ . La nstrum, C. .,... . LaPado, R. ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,. 1 11f15o,"'5'i', Larsen, M. .......,.........,,.................... . Luecht, Richard .................. 30, 54, Luecht, Robert ....... ,.................... Luft, M ................... ...,....... 3 3, Lund, D. ........... .................... . Lund, S ................ ................... 3 3, Lundberg, V ........... ......... . 85, 88, Lundell, A .......... Lundell, C .......... ........... 87, 65, Mayer, B. ...... ............ . Mayer, S. ,..... ...,............ . 92 91 Mayle, C ......... .............. 3 3, 67 Mazer, G. ................... 38 McArthur, K ................... 36, 71, 94 95 McBride, J ........................... 39, 89, 102 McCambridge, D. .......................... .. 55, 58, 65, 77 McCarthy, E ..,...................... 33, 55, McCarthy, G .... ,.......... .......... 3 1 , 49 McCarthy, J. ........ ................ . McCarthy, W. ....... ................ . McConnell, W .......... ........... 3 8 McCormick, C. ..... ................ . McCormick, J ....... .......... 2 8, McCos1cey, C. ...... ..........,. . McCoy, D. ........ .................... . 91 71 89 152 53 71 49 39 71 McDermitt, P. .... ........................ 9 4 McGuire, J .......... ........ 3 1, 49, 55 91 McHugh, 1 .......... .................. 3 4, 65 Mclnerney, R ..................... 81, 108, 152 Mclntyre, B .......,......... 36, 70, 100, 105 McKay, D. ,.............,..... .................. . . 27 McKeever, A ............. 32, 71, 101, 108 McLaghlin, W. .............................. 30 McLeod, D ...,..................... 33, 102, 118 McMillen, J. .,.... .................. ........ 3 8 , 70 McMil1ian, T. ................................ 50 McNamara, E.,.38, 90, 106, 108, 111 McNamara, M ......................... 105, 134 McNevin, P. .................................... 71 Meehleis, Dorothy ...................... 36, 67 Meehleis, Donald ,..., ............. 1 52 Mehan, Joan ............................ 81, 152 Mehan, Joseph ................................ 94, 95, 100, 164 Lundmark, G ......................... 33, Lundquist, B ................................. 26, Lundquist, P ......... 42, 57, 66, 104, Meharg, R ............................ 101, 152, .42, 76 Larson, C ............................... 37, 64, Larson, Larson, Larson, Larson, Larson D. G ....................................... ,96 97, 139 150 ..56, 57, 76 , 54, J ......,.............................. 70 D.M ................................. Marian ............................ 64 , Marlow Larson, ' Larson, VIVIGD ...... 33, 50, 86, 91, Victor ....,,............,,,.,.,,.....,.. LaRue, J .............................,... 64, 94, Lashmet, H ................... 70, 93, 95, Lass, L. .,......,...................................... . 75, 77, 82, 100, 102, 145, 150, 165 Laub, H .......,...,....................,....,... 28, Lauletta, E ..................... 82, 96, 105, 106, 107, 110, 111, 112, 113, 150, 165 Laux, M. ........................................... . LaVel1e, A. ......,................................ . Lavelle, D ..................................... 71, Lavelle, M. .,..................................... . Layen, P ............. 74, 106, 110, 133, Layerty, M .....,....... 74, 78, 96, 129, E ..... 34, 65, 77, 118, 119, 38 38 91 33 162 134 Lavery, 121 Lawson, L ................. 39, 60, 61, 63, 99 Leahy, 120 Leber, M .......,.... ............. 6 6, 88, 111 151 138 111 26 91 97 66 151 151 F. ........................................... . Lecture, R. P ............. 50, 109, 119, Lee, D. ....,... ..... ............................ . Lee, L ............... .................. 5 4, Lefstedt, M.. ................................... . Leftheris, M ......................... 30, 68, Lehrman, J ....... 42, 49, 57, 66, 72, Leibunguth, E ....................,........ 27, Leider, W. ....................................... . Lelsten, F ........... 85, 97, 105, 106, Leiter, C. ......................................... . Lekander, O. ........................,.......... . Lenberg, J ........... 42, 50, 57, 105, Lentman, R. ..................................,.. . Lenz, P, ..............,.............................. . Leonard, E. .... . Leprich, M ........ ....72, 104, 105, 113, 151, 153, 165 38 108 42 Lundstrom, D. ................................. . Luschar, H. ..,.....,................. 42, 67, Luschar, M ......... ........ 3 1, 67, Lutzen, B. ..... . Lyman, P ......... ........... 3 3, ........87 Lyons, R .......... , MacArthur, A ................. 36, 72, MacCormick, F. MacDougall, M ...,....................... 39 Mager, J. Magnuson , D ..... 42, 77, 116, 118, Magnuson, E ....................... 42, 53, Magnuson, G ................,.......... 134, Magnuson, 1 ......................... 40, 65, Magnuson, Robert .............. 30, 48, Magnuson, Roy ....... ........................... 55, 59, 93, 94, 151 Magnuson, W. .................... 30, 66, Maier, C ...................,............. 30, 48, Mainiero, A. ................................... . Makinson, D ............... 42, 97, 104, Makinson, R ......................... 98, 99, Maksimow, W ............................. 32, Malemeris, J. ................................. . Mallars, B ..................... 28, 50, 105, Malleris, 1. ....... . .......................... .. Malrnquist, L. ....... ................ 1 51, Maloney, A ........ ........... 3 1, 49, Mandel, R, ..................................... . Mandelbaum, E ................. 83, 88, Mandl, J ,...................... 28, 49, 88, Mangan, F. ........,............................ . Maniates, G. ................................... . Mann, A...77, 115, 119, 123, 139, Manos, M ............................. 32, 58, Manos, S ......................... 42, 57, 69, Mansnerus, H ........... 36, 61, 93, 94 Mantonya, C. ................................. . Marchman, M. ............................... . 72, 89, 106, 109, 110 Markey, M ...........,......... 54, 55, 64, Markos, S ..................................... 59, Marks, B ......... 40, 55, 60, 70, 71, Marks, N ............. 34, 48, 115, 119, Maropoulos, J. ............................. . Marshall, John .......... 76, 134, 137, Meier, M. .......... ................ . Melnert, S ................................... 42, Meinhardt, W ........................... 115, Meister, V ..,,....,,................. 82, 152, Mele, M ..................... 97, 108, 110, Melin, B ............ ,.................... 3 0, 50, Melton, W. .................................. Melville, G. 76, 92 95 49 107 152 165 152 I 10 95 94 Menas, M. ................................... . 68 69, 85, 97, E :as 5 -o- E -Nl G -N Dis .5295 01-03 Menick, R. Mendrala Mermigas, Mermigas, Mermigas, Merrifield, Mersch, J ..... Mertes, H. Meudt, B. .. Meyer, B. ,. ..............1os, Meyer, C ...,. 79, 134, 93 164 1 52 95 89 163 26 152 94 28 28 107, 110, 112, 113, 51, 75 Meyer, E .......................................,. 25 Meyer, J .,......... ......... 1 18, 152, Meyer, L .............. ............. 3 2, 65, Meyer, W ............................... 28, 39, Meynen, G. ................................. . 1. .............. 50, 58, 105, 106, 108, Mlchelsen, W ................... 93, 139, Michonslci, J ..........I08, 153, Milcitka, L. .... ..............,........ . Milford, C .................................... 26, Milford, J .... 94, 97, Millard, A ..... 28, 51, 53, 67, 94, Millard G .... 57, 93, 95, 97, 142, 153, 56, Miller, A ...... Miller, Delo Miller, Miller, M. .. Miller, R. .. Miller, T .,..,.. Milliman, J. Millin M A U g, .,,,..,.... ,........,. Mllllng, R ..... 88, 90 87 165 1 12 87 163 164 27 49 153 101 165 89 res .,.. ................,. . .. ...... I 1 1 5 50, 55, lol, 105, 26, 3 , Dorothy ................ 108, 112, ...........134, so, 134, Marshall, Joseph ......,....... 53, 152, Martens, M ..... .............................. 3 4 Marth, L ................................. 33, 49 Martin, J ............... 30, 54, 66, 120, Martin , M Martin, N ....... 105, 106, 107, 112, Martin, P. ..,...................................... . Martin , S Martinek, B. ....,.............................. . Martinson, L. ................................... . 153 111 153 163 94 163 106 94 Mills, G ........... .................. 5 3, Minasian, R ,........ ........... 8 4, 108, 153 Minck, M .......,................,.. ....... . .85, 153 Mirabile, M. ..................................... . 90, 104, 106, 134, 163 Miiesse, P ................... 93, 134, 135, 153 Mischa, D ............................... 31, 35 95 Misiak, F ......... ...................... 2 6, Mlslak, S. .................... I .................... . ....56, 57, 81, 86, 97, 113, 144, Mitchell, A. ..................................... . Mitchell, C ........................... 32, 65, Mitchell, F ..... 51, 53, 93, 94, 153, Mitchell, G ........................... 40, 76 Mitchell, J ,........ .......... 3 2, 94, 95, 26 25 59 Letang, J. ........,.,...,.... 40, 75 Levine, L .......... ........ 3 4, 49, ss, 108 Levitus, J. ..... ,..........,..........,... 2 5 Levy, J ............. ........... 3 8, 76, 95 Lewan, D ..........,. ................. 4 8, 118 Lewand, A .......... ........... 3 9, 77, 151 Lewis, A. ....... .................,....... 5 8 Lewis, F ........... ............ 8 3, 110, 151 Lewis, L ........... ........ 3 0, 53, 71, 90 Lewis, R .............. ................... 5 8, 71 Lianos, N ................ ........... 3 6, 68, 100 Liebrnann, P .......... ........... 9 3, 94, 151 Liedstrand, D ........ ................ 3 2, 91 Lietzow, L .......... .,............. 3 6, 64 Lilly, A ............ ........... 4 2, 94, 95 Limbert, B. ..... .... . ................... . 30 Lind, M .....,,..... .........,...,....,,. s 5, 151 Lindahl ,H ................... 28, 49, 105, 106 Lindberg, S ....... ............ 3 6, 67, 71, 89 Lindblade, D. .................,..,. 65 Lindbloom, B. ,..,....... ............. 3 2, 109 Lindenberg, W .................,......... 27, Mason, M. ....................................... . Massa, cs ......................... 32, so, 73 Matthews, Maurides, w, ..,,......,,,...,,.....,....,.,., , D ....................... 93, 134, Maurides, J ......... 42, 57, 68, 108, Mitchell, 58, 88, 89 ,104, Mitchell Llndenmeyer, C .............,......... 94, 87 102 Lindgren, D ....................... 25, 101, 104 163 Lindgren, G...6, 56, 98, 104, 134, Mavros, B ................................... 134, May, P. .......... ........................ , ...... . Mayall, D ........ ..,....... 3 5, 54, , Lois ...................... 25, 49, Mitchell, N ......... ......... ,........... 3 4 , Mitchell, R ................................... 36, Mitchell, W ............ 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Norton, R. ..... .................. . Nosbaum, J ........,.,.............. 40, 58, Novak, J. .................................... 72. Nystrom. E ................... 93, 94, 154, 95 34 50 94 154 164 O'Bannon, E. ..,.,,,.....,...,,...........,. . , ..,. , .,..,.......W.,....... 42,60 51, 62, 53, O Brien, E. ........,..........,... . O'Brien, J .......,......,...... 3I, O'Br1en, L ............. O'Connell, P. .... . O'Connor, P. .... . Ocldy, D .,..,..,........ 66, 95, I 35, , 73, Odman, F .,........,,.............,...,,....,. 83, Oelschlager, L ....,......,....... 40, 49, O'Hart, L ..,.......,.......,...........,........ 36 O'Hart, M .......,.,...............,. 75, 82, Ohman, J, ..,., ....,.,,.,....,.....,......,.... . Ohnmacht, I ......... 32, 49, 58, 67, O'Keefe, M ,,,,.,.,,,..,,,,.,.,,,,., ......,... 3 3 Okerberg, L ...,......, 42, 57, 70, 74 O'Lau hlin D g , .. ....,....... ...36, 89, O'Leary, J. ,,........,......,,.. ...,......,..... . 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Pappas, Harry ...................... 26, 68, Pappas, Helen .............,...... 42, 85, Paras, H ....................... 79, 89, I35, 95 I 54 I 63 Parker, A. ,...... .....,,...,,..,.,............,.... . IIO ...... 30, 57, 54, 97, 104, 105, I56, I65 I06 I09 Parker, Parker, Parker Parker, Paterso Paul. M.. .....,.. ,.....,, 7 5, IIO, Paulick, Paulick, Paullck, K ,................. Paulsen Paulsen Paulsen Payton, Pearson, Pearson F. .........................,............... . 115, 91, R ................,....,,.............,.. 39, G ........................... 33, J .,,.............. 30, 59, 7I, n, B. ..................................... . I35, C. ...... .....,....................... . 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I59 VanBogaert, F. ...... ....-....--------..--- 3 9 Vanderplow, E ...........................-- 23. 86 VanHoughton, V. ...........----------------- -- 72, 87, I05, IO6, l l l VanHoughton, W ..................... 94. Varga, l. ................ . ......-....---------44---- - I 59 90 Vasilakos, B. ............----..--- .-----.- - -'---- 8 5 Vasilakos, K ...............--.--.-----. 25. 63. 89 Vassilakos, D ............. 32. 69. l05. II2 Vavul, T ..... 69, 84, I05, l06, Ill, I59 Vavul, W ............................ ..--.----.- 3 4. 68 Verch, E ...........................------ 30. 48. 66 Vertogias, P .......... ........... l 37. I63 Vertogias. T ......................----------- 26. 69 Vevang, Gordon, .............-. - ..-..-.. 26. 87 Vevang, Grant .... ............... ......... 7 3 . II7 Vevang, P ................... 76. 97. I59. 164 Vidina, A ...................--.-.---.-.. 30. 49. 67 Vidlund, J. ....................--.---.---.. 50. I59 Villwocli, G ..... 84, I05, IIO, ll3, l59 Villwock, L ..................... 37. 36. 39. ll0 Villwock, V. ...................----.--..--.. 67. 76 Virnich, G .............. ...----.--......-- - 37. 95 Virnich, L ............. ...... ....---.-- 7 9 .- I37 Vitogianes, H. ..........................-.- ...I37 Vogel, M. ..........................-..-----.------- 89 Voght, W. ...................-.--.--- ---...-.-.---- - 42 v61.6.a, A ........... 72, 77, IIB, 156. Volsard, P ................. ............ 3 4. 72. Vollmar, K. ................................--.---- 77, II4, ll5, I37, l38 Vormittag, M ............................... 28. 48 Vosilakos, 8. .................................. l59 Vosiniotis, B .......... ..........-.....- 3 9. lol Vosiniotis, H ......... ........ 8 0, l38, I63 Vossel, H ............ ........-...... 6 7. 90 Vrionis, L ................ ...-.--.------- 3 3. 89 Vrooman, G .......... ........... 4 2, 59, 94 Vuiovich. D. ....... ....----------------- 6 5 Wagner, Dolores, ..................... . 77, 81, 83, 102, 108, 154, 159, 164 Wagner Dorothy .............................. .. ,,.,,,,,.........,..,.,,. .28, 50, 67, IO4, lll Wagner, Wagner, Wagner, Jane ...................... 37, 70, John ......... ,.... 3 8, 5l, 7l, L. ....................................... . Wagner, Marion..28, 55, 67, I05, Wagner, Mary ............................ 7l, Wahl, J. ........................................... . Wahlstrom, J ........... 79, IO4, l38, Walance, R ......................... 48, 9l, Waldbauer, L ............................. 26. Walker, D. ................................. ...... . Walker, L ..... 37, 5I, 53, IO4, I09, 88 90 40 l06 l59 l60 l62 ll8 66 Waldmann, B. .................................. l00 48 II2 wan, 8. .............................................. 40 l08 l07 l05 III 9l 70 94 Wallace, 8 ................................. 64. Wallace, E ................... 30, 49, 9l, Wallin, P. ..... ............... 2 5, 54. Walsh, D ........ ............... l 05. Walsh, M ........... ............ 7 l. Walsh, R. ..,....... ......................... . Walters, W ........................... 76. 9l, Walton, G ............................. 25, 54, l0l wa......, L ..................... 36, 70, 101, 110 Vllankel, W ................................... 38, 76 Warman, M ................................. 42, 53 Watson, D .......... ......... 3 4, 53, 7l, 95 Watson, J .............. ........... 5 l. 70. l09 Wattling, W ......... ................ 2 6, 95 Weaver, D. .... .......................... 4 9 Weaver, J .......... ........... 3 4, 66, I20 Weber, R ......,...,.... ........ 2 7, I05, l06 Weckler, G. . ,.... ...... ...................... l 3 8 Weichbrodt, L ......... ............ 3 8. 67 Weiss, Raymond .......................... 32. Welsh, M ............................... 39, 5I, Wennerstrand, C ............... 65. 9l, Wenske, S ...,,.......,........ 37, 50, 70, Wenzel, J. ....................................... . Wenzlaff, V. ........ ......................... . Werner, M. ..................................... . 59 90 I06 IO9 33 25 I S9 26 Wesbey, George ............................ Wesbey, Gloria ................................ ....79, I05, IO6, l07, II2, l38, I63 Weser, O ............................... 30. 67. 94 West, H ...........,......,.......... 78, 138, I63 West, J ................................................. ..........39, 55, 62, 63, 76, 93, 94, 95 Westcott, J ....,.......,,........... 79, l38, I63 Westerland, J ................... 79, l38, I63 Westrich, W. ..... ......................... 3 6 weyrieh, J. ...... .............. 6 7, 77, 116 Whalen, L ..................... 37, 70, 88, IO9 Wheeler, J ......... ...................... 7 6. I59 w1.e16.., 1 ........... .......... 2 5, 67, 106 White, F ............. ................ 8 7, 95 WI-iitehill, M ....................... 25, 49. Whitfield, R ........................ Wickersheim, S...56, 57, 74, 83, 96, IOO, IO4, IO6, I07, Ill, I 42. I65 70 95 Wiese, 8 .................... ............... 5 0, Wiese, l ............. ................... 8 7. Wilke, W. ........ ............................. 8 7 Williams, B ..................... 34, 7I, 9l, 94 Williams, H. ....... ................... 3 I, 68 Williams, J ................................... 42, 50 Williams, M. ......,............................. 75 Williams, O. ................................... . ............60, 62, 75, 79, IIO, l29, l38 Williams, S. .................. 3l, 49. 67, 89 Williams, T ................. 39, 73, I20, l22 Willoughby, M. ..................... ........ . 39 Wilson, B. .................................... 4l, 50, 65, 75, 84, IO6, I43, l60, l65 Wilson, D. ........................................ 64 Wilson, H ..............,.. 42, 57, 76, lg Wilson, J. ....................................... . Wilson, Wilson, Ray ,,,,.,.,,.,.....,,.,.... 76, 115, Robert..36, 58, II9, I20, Wilson, W. ..................................... . Winnerstrand, C. ........................... . Wirth, G. ....................................... . Witscher, M ..................... 78, l38, Witt, A ............... .................. 8 5, Witt, B ................ ................... 5 8, Witte, J ..,.,....,,,...,.,............... 32, 88, Wittmeyer, D ............. 37, 88, 89, Wittmeyer, J. .............................. 40, Wolff, C ............. 30, 66, I05, ll0, I2l I23 36 IO7 26 I63 l60 89 89 I09 88 IO9 I I I I63 95 l38, Wolter, J. .......................... 76, Woodard, A. ....... ...................... ...... . Woodford, N. ......................... Woodford, s .,,,.,.........,. 32, 59, 86', 50, IO4, IO6, Woody, W ............. 37, 50, 72, 74, Wcolgar, H ................. 37, 66, 90, Woolman, P ..................... 84, IO6, Workman, G ..... 84, 88, ll0, II3, Worsek, E .,..,,,...... 36, 53, 59, 94, III l08 II2 IO6 I60 l60 IOI 37 Wright, J. ......................,................ . 94 IOS I 08 72 I05 70 53 Wyant, E ............... 33, 59, 67, 9l, yagodics, M. ............................... . 57, 89, 97, I05, Yetto, L ............................... 39. 86. Yonan, G ....................................... 33. Young, E ................ ......... 2 7, Youngren, R .......... ........... 3 7, Yount, R ............. ........... 5 l, Zagars, R ............ ............ 2 8, 48 Zahn, l. ............. .......... ....................... 3 l Zander, R. ............................. . ......... . 54 Zangara, J. ....,,,,........................ 80, l60 Zeller, O ........... 53, 67, 76, II9, l60 Zeller, R ............................. 30. 53, ll9 Zemater, J ......................................... l60 Zemelc, C ............. 37, 4l, 49, 55, 72 Zemel, G ..... 33, 65, 9l, I05, l06, l09 Zemke, G .....,...........,..,.......... 40, 57, 67 Zervas, H ...................... .............. . ..42. 6l Zerwer, R ................. 77, ll5, I34, I38 Zerwis, P, ,,,,.,,.,,..,,,.,.,,,,,,,,... .,.,,........ 2 5 Ziegler, K ....... 75, 80, 135, 138, 163 Ziesk, M. ........................................... . Zimrnanck, R. .............................. 53, Weide, M .............. ......... l 38, Weik, F. ....... . .... .. Weiner, M ...................... .............. Weisgerber, D ............... IO4, I06, Weiss, M .........,...,..........,...... 83, 89, Weiss, P. .................. . 74, 83, IO4, IO6, IO7, lll, l59, Weiss, Ralph ........................ 32. 59. l62 36 65 I 59 I 59 I 65 I 20 Zimmerman, B ..................... 36, 89, ...28, 59 Zimmerman, R.. ..... , ......... . Zinnof, A. ..,........ ..................... . Zuber, D. ....... . Zuber, R ................. .......... 3 3, 72, Zuclkerman, G .......... Zurlck, J ................................... I38, ' 58 Zuriclc, M. ,....,............................. . ..-70, 75, 77, 86, 97, 101, 102, 25 67 II2 87 89 I20 II2 95 l62 IIO


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