Ann Arbor High School - Omega Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)
- Class of 1944
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1944 volume:
mrcl extremelx clrfhcult Conclrtrons the
Omega rs strrx mg to publrsh tor the srrctreth trme
r record of the achrexcments rctrxrtres rncl per
sonrlrtres or tht students ot Ann Arlror I-Irgh
Nexer hrxe the members of AAI-IS been
more alert to the present Nex er h me they been
more Lloselx unrtecl rn purpose more make to
therr prrt th uc rhou then more en
getrt rn therr work and therr pl rx So rt seems
of thrs 1044 Omega the summ rrx rssertron
NOW IS THE TIME
'Ihe xe rr s rttrx rtres group thenrselxes around
tour fundamental prrntrples Patrrotrsm Gets
Prrorrtx Educatron Isnt Ratroned Health Is
Rated Essentral There Is No Cerlrng on Morale
AS a sehool me hate rlre rdx grxen hundreds
to the serxrces In almost ex erx vtrncioxx rn Ann
Arbor rs a blue star or more than one A great
proportron or these home town boys and grrls
attended Ann Arbor Hrgh Thrs school rs an are
or them and proud ot them Max thrs blue star
rssue be surtable recognrtron to those who are
hghtrng tor our lrves
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SHIRLEY D Y
PUB YUUH APPHUVAL
ith determination to solve the many new and complI
cated problems typical of these tlmes the 1944 Omega staff have
gone ahead undaunted The editors were Shirley Dey and Doro
thy Beatty while Bruce Tappe and Bill Groves were the capable
business managers Jeannette CollIns was elected secretary of the
organIzatIon and the faculty adviser was Miss Lela Duff of the
Early In the fall a committee headed by Alice Sipperley met
to decide the theme of this years publIcat1on Paralleling this
committee was another, set aside to work on senior blographies
with Jean Cummins as chairman and such famous quipsters as
Helen CazepIs Ted Aprlll and Howard Ross to translate senior
personal1tIes Into words
With photographic supplies as scarce as a t bone steak on
meatless Tuesday the student photographers should receive
miniature CongressIonal Honors for theIr skill In making so little
go so far This staff was composed of Bill Groves, Bill Haldler
and Helen Cazepls As finished products began to come In the
pasting crew swung Into action under Bette Kussurelis chair
manship wlth neat handed Barbara Hamilton Elaine Zimmer
man Esther Soll and many others to perform this Inconspicuous
but Important task
Along In March the subscription and advertising campaIgns
got under way The former resulted In an unprecedented num
ber of advance orders while many new advertisers were added
The Service List was also being composed at this time The
Omega commIttee under Jerene James worked Jointly with the
homerooms War Service Commrttee
Meanwhlle the art staff guided by Mr Asmus was spending
many hours on achieving suitable designs for the cover and dIvI
s1on pages Such Michelangelos as PatrIcIa Reed, Mary Kring
Marjorle Warren and Helen Thomy were sen1ors In this group
It was gifted Paul Dow who caught the spirit of Shadow and
Goldilocks for our dedlcation portraits.
Alert and useful in every branch of the work were our junior
staff members Peggy Rose George Sandenburgh, and Mary
And so here it is Finished at Last The entire Omega staff
sincerely hope that you may enjoy their publication.
OMEGA EDITORIAL STAFF-Seated Ielt to right: S. Dey B. Kroske D.
Beatty R. Schmerling Second Row: E. Lehman M. Kring H. Cazepis
M. Buell A. Sipperley E. Mueller B. Hamilton P. Hatch j. Collins
E. Soll M. Rutledge. Third Row: E. Zimmerman B. Kussurelis J. Cum-
mins R. Ortman M. Rose . Fourth Row: Miss Duff. T. Aprill W. Groves,
B. Tappe G. Ross R. Hait G. Lawton C. Gallup R, Maulbetsch G. San-
denburgh B. Wheatley.
PASTERS--First Row: H. Cazepis M. Rose M. Buell. Second Row: S. Dey
J. Cummins D. Beatty J. Collins.
PHOTOGRAPHERS-W. Groves H. Cazepis.
ART STAFF-Seated Left to Right: F. Radford j. james A. LaComh
H. Thomy I. Ramsey R. Schmerling M. Warren P. Reed. Standing: Mr.
Asmus P. Dow B. Kussurelis.
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not onlx because thex haw coached Ann Arbor Hlgh
through mlm suCCPsQful football seasons Cllmdxcd
bx thrs mars brrllxant SCYICS of XICIOFICS thc most
pbenomanal smce 1909
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English Department Relax at Tea Sery
rng rn the background rs Mr Robert Gran
xrlle Head Starting from hrs left are Nfrss
Vrrgrnra Golay Mrss Lourse George Mr
Arthur Wrrght Mrss Lucrlle Lundgren Mrss
Lela Duff Mrss Matrlda Pfrsterer Mr
Frank Reed The newcomers are Mrss Golay
from jones a Mrssourran who graduated
from U of Chrcago loxes readrng Mrss
Lundgren graduate of North Central sports
fan drrector of Iunror Play sponsor of Wrg
The Executives and Office Crew Plus Mr
Gary gather around the prrncrpals desk
Seated at the right of the prmcrpal Mr
Lewrs L Forsythe rs Mrss Paulrne Zoller
newly appornted supervrsor of attendance
and study at hrs left the rnrmrtable Miss
Florence Krtson secretary extraordrnary
Standing from left to rrght are Mr Donald
Gary Mrss Marjorie Lyle Miss Jeannette
Lutz Mrs Fay Goldberg Mr Nrcholas
prrncrpal head of the Student Councrl
The Commercral and Math Departments
meet to figure out their rncome taxes
Seated are Mrss Ferne Iensen Mrss Doro
thy Noyes Behrnd them from left to rrght
are Mrs Alrce Ensmrnger Mrss Helen Mc
Ewen Miss Frances Sadoff Mr Gene May
bee Mrss Olrve McLouth Mrss Irene Smrth
Industrial Arts to the Rescue when the
Home EC loom breaks down boop' boop'
Mrss Maude McMullen and Miss Lrnda
Eberbach beam at the result as Mr Francis
Pope Mr Robert Van Sickle Mlss Marjorre
Loverrng Mr Ernest Asmus Mr Helge
Hansen Mr Kenneth Burch Mr Eugene
Larson look on New rn thrs group are Miss
Lowerlng chief supreme of the cafeterra
graduate of Mrchrgan State fond of musrc
and readrng Mr Burch teacher of machrne
shop who rs extremely bashful and refused
to drscuss his lrfe vsrth the rnqurrrng repor
ter Mr Larson graduate of U of M drs
trngurshed for berng the proud father of
twrns Mr Asmus came between semesters
last year has hrs own ceramrcs studro makes
costume jewelry for Lord and Taylors rs
head of stage craft
Schreiber. recently constituted assistant
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Buenos Dias Puella Pulchra Nlercz
Beaucoup Well yyell must he an exchange
of the lnternatlonal language a good laugh
Mlss lane Rasmussen Mlss Layanche
R1eger Mlss Anna Steele haye a chat Mxss
Rasmussen new graduate from Chicago Ln
has trayeled twlce to Mexxco sponsors the
Watch Those Sour Notes Professor
Mr Charles Yates toots the clarxnct Miss
Rose Marre Cvrentzer swmfs the plano
Mxss Elxzabeth Green saws the fiddle Mr
Yates a new arr1yal leads the banl IS a
graduate of Mnchxgan enjoys golf
Mr Allison Demonstrates Armv Itty
Kett at SoLl1lStudles Meeting Miss Qarah
Keen Mlss Lona Tlnkham Miss Eleanmre
Dennert Mr Layerne Taylor look on ln
terestedly as Mr Iohn Allison hack after a
year m the Army gxyes them a lesson
Mlss Lewls tame to AAHS thus year
from Tappan graduated from Columhxa
promment m the YWCA and MEA
guards the cafeteria collects hgurmes also
Careful Thre Edzson Buel Mind your
hngers' The science department com
posed of Mr Benjamin Reel Mr Harrlss
Malan Mr Morrxs Oldham M1 Charles
Barclay watch Mr Mahlon Btell a le
shows them the trucks of hxs trade Nir
Malan came H1 the mid semester last year
ok Oyer emlstry an
helptng m the physxcs department
Oldham graduated from U of M enjoys
analyzing yntamms ABCDF sponsors tne
Cheer Lp Lou lom the 1-1 r lt looks as
lf eyeryone rn the Phys Ed Dept IS happy
except Mr Louxs Hollyyay seated at the left
Mlss Laura Hammann IS seated at the r1ght
with Mr George Rudness Mr Tim Ryan
Mr Layerne Kxp Taylor 'Vlr Donald
Doobie Dral-te stan ln Nir Rudness IS
the only greenle He graduated from the
U of M coaches basketball football and
go H says I haye no hobby as my
growmng daufhter keeps me quxte busy
Students of today show thexr patrlotlsm m dliferent ways To some the
chlef duty of a student durlng wartlme IS slmply gomg to school to help
safeguard the success of the peacetlme They supplement their study wlth
strenuous partxclpatxon IH bond drives Red Cross work and the lxke Some
belleve that just attendmg classes IS not enough They have put thelr educa
tlon aslde until after the war that they mxght offer thelr servlces to Uncle
Sam dlrectly Others too young for the battlefront are domg thelr fightmg
on the workfront taking part t1me jobs wlth elther essentlal or non essentlal
Whatever hls method each student s wholehearted interest today ns ln v1c
tory ln the war and ln the fOllOWlng peace Therefore he IS puttmg before
all else hxs loyalty to hls country
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Abbot Robert Sutton Army
Abbott Waldo Jr Army
Adams Emerson Hugh Army
Adams Vernon B Army
Alber Duane F Navy
Alexander Roland Chas Army
Homer Leroy Army
Leonard Glen Army
Allison John D Army
Allmand Charles AAC
Amerman James L
Anderson Gunnar C Army
Anderson WoodrowC ASTP
Andres Elwxn Charles Navy
Vaughn J Navy
Vera M WA C
Andres Charles G Navy
Andres Russell Guy Navy
Andrus Harold R Navy
Apostolou Louis Army
Apple Guy Edward Army
Askren David Paul Navy
Austin Henry Root
Bahnmiller MelvIn Karl Army
Bailey Floyd A Navy
Lester A A A C
Baker Carl Army
Baker Lawrence E Navy
Baker Sherman Howard Army
Wendell Dean Armv
Baldwm Donald A AAC
Baldwm Jack AAC
Ball Wllllam Navy
Ball Martm Joseph
IJ H SEB IEE PL!-lli
ROBERT C ALLMENDINGER
LLOYD DAVID BOND
JOHN S DELANO
REIMAR FRED DIEKHOEE
LAWRENCE R GILLIS
RAYMOND KENNETH HAINES
ROBERT B HUFE
ROBERT H HUHN
DONALD CROZIER MARTIN
JOHN WINSLOW O NEIL
WILLIAM ARNOLD PRENTICE
ROY RICHARD ROBINSON
ROBERT W STANTON
NELSON LEROY TURNER
Ball William Valentine
Barker Donald G A A C
Barnard Francis Dewitt
Bartell Walter Seabees
James Harold Army
WIllIam B Army
Bates Robert Irvin AAC
BaLer MelvIn Kexth Army
Baylis Rlchard Kenny Army
Becker Marvm H AAC
Becker Melvin Marmes
Behnke Robert AAC
Behringer Robert Owen Army
Behrlnger Wm Edgar Navy
Bell Merton Army
Bemis Marvm Navy
Benxsh Allen Frank AA C
Benz Robert C
Bertsos Louls Dan
Beson Evart L Jr AA C
Beson LouIs Robert A A C
BevIer Jack Bernard A A C
BlbbS George Leslle
Bird Carl Edwin
Bird Neil Eugene Army
Edwm J Navy
Arthur E A A C
Robert B A A C
Robert A A C
William Karl Army
Bleasdell LeRoy J Navy
Bock Robert Army
Boman Duane Bert Navy
Boman Vernon S Navy
Bommer Wesley Army
Bonnewell Wxlfred Navy
Boone Paul Thomas Army
Born Rudolph Arthur Army
Bossemeyer Wm John Army
Bostic Frank Edward Army
Bostlc W1llIam Preston
Botsford George R
Bowen Frank M Army
Bowerman Donald Marmes
Bowerman Richard L Navy
Bowling Chester Marmes
Boyce Irene Red Cross
Boyd Clark H
Branch Walter Navy
GeorgeJ Jr Navy
Kenneth Cole A A C
Braun Paul Erwm A A C
Breming Carl Ray Navy
Bremmg Oscar AAC
Bremmg Robert Army
Brewer Gerald William
Brewster Thomas P Army
Briggs Donald Navy
Brxggs Norman Chas Army
Brigham Richard Navy
Brxtton William John Navy
Brokaw Joseph Donald
Kenneth A A C
Brooks Rxchard A Mer Mar
Brown Boyd Burrill
Brown Charles Augustus
June Canadian W
Robt Rrsdon Jr Army
Walter E Army
Buchanan John Army
Bucholz Richard Seabees
Buettner Willlam Harry
Buhrman Peter Navy
BurlIngame Garnet J Army
Burns VanceL CBudJ Army
Burr Howard VIctOr Navy
Burt Earl Marmes
Burt Ralph Allen Jr Army
Burton Robert John Navy
Busch Douglas Arnold
Busch Herbert Charles
Bush Frankhn Rock Army
Carey Charles J AAC
Carey WIll1am Henry AAC
Carpenter Arthur E
Carr Marshall Army
Carr Robert Army
Carras Nxck Mer Mar
Carson Frank Navy
Carter Britton Kenneth
Carter Donald L Army
Cartter Horace Lewis
Case Lee AAC
Casterlme LaVerne George
Caswell Gilbert Wm Army
Caswell Harnson H Army
Call Robert J Army
Champion Hale Charles Army
Champxon James H Army
Champion William R Navy
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Chapman Dorothy Red Cross Davxdson Robert B Army
Charnley Wm Russell AAC Davies Gerald Bruce
Chrxstanelll Jos L Navy
Chrastman Robert A Army
Chubb Ralph Navy
Churchxll Eugene Marmes
Clague Davxd Llvmgston
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Clark Charles Army
Clarke Rlchard B Army
CllH0l'd Paul Burton
Cline Wllllam Navy
Cole Hamxlton Scott Army
Cole Betty Jean WAVES
Cole Walter C
Collms Robert Chas Navy
Combs Dean Norman Army
Comlskey John Navy
Conklm Joseph Eugene
Conklm Franklm L
Constans Betty McC WACS
Cooch Theodore Ernest Army
Cooch Wxllnam Jr Army
Cook Chas Fredenck 'Vavy
Cook Robert Navy
Cook Vernor Navy
Cooley Holhs Navy
Cooper Hugh Army
Cope Ben Carmen
Corbet Howard Lewxs AAC
Cornell Loram D
Courtrxght Wllllam E Army
Cowm Douglas Arthur
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Crabb Alvm R Army
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Cramer Seward Sherman
Crandell John Smlth Navy
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Crawford John G Marmes
Crocker George Lionel AA C
Cromwell George R Army
Cummms Robert Adalr Army
Curtis Albert Lawrence Navy
Curtls Howard F Navy
Carbeck Rxchard H
Malcolm W A A C
Eugene A A C
Robert A A C
Edward Henry Navy
Dates Albert John CG
Charles J Army
Robert Louis Navy
Dawson Rxchard H
Dean Allen Frederick CG
Dean Rlchard M CG
Decker Albert H Army
Delhey William Navy
DeLong Davxd A AAC
Derbyshlre Duane Navy
Dersham Arthur Jr AAC
Dettllng Jack Army
Dettlmg James Navy
Deusel Robert W Marmes
DeWolfe George Army
Dlckmson George Army
Dlllon Robert Navy
Dodge Donald Navy
Dobransky Joseph Army
Dobransky Mike Army
Donally Melvm Navy
Donner Melvern Army
Donner Otto H Army
Dosey Leon Everett
Douglas Max Earl Marmes
Downer Avery Robert AAC
Downer Wllham Navy
Drake Darwm L
Drury Rlchard Rhodes
Drury Walter Edward
Duncanson Nell Army
Dunlap Dorothy WAVES
Dunlap Dwlght Navy
Dunnabeck Russell M Army
Dyer Robert Army
Dykema Henry CG
Eastman Albert Edwm Army
Eddy Betsy Anne WAVES
Efner Howard F
Ehms Stanley M Army
Eusele Rxchard Navy
Elfrmg Lloyd C Navy
Elgart Stanley Army
Elslfor Floyd D Army
Emmons Rlchard A
Emple Jay A
Emple E Warren
Enners Walter G AAC
Epply Frank Army
Erdman Leroy Army
Ernst Carl S Navy
Emst Lewls Carl Navy
Eschelbach Allan J AAC
Eskm Harry N Army
Etzcom Robert Navy
Evangelldes John Navy
Ewen Ross F A A C
Exmger Earl C A A C
Exmger Donald C Marmes
Ferguson Allyn C AAC
Ferguson Melvm V AAC
Flegel Samuel Albert
Flgg Cameron W Army
Fmkbemer Nell Army
Fmkbemer Paul M
Fmkbemer Stanley Navy
Fmley Rollo B Army
Flscher Robert Wm Arm
Flscher Wm Wayne AAC
Jack AA C
Flakne Richard Army
Fletcher Carl Navy
Fletcher Owen Robert Navy
Flory Robert N Army
Flynn F J CTurkJ Army
Forsythe Robert Lewls Army
Forsythe Wendell B Army
Foster Calvm B
Foster Donald Wayne A A C
Fox Clayton Ervm Army
Fox Kenneth M Army
Freeman Wllham AAC
French John Richard Army
French Robert Luedke
Frey Floyd Emanuel Army
Frey Wxllard John AAC
Fnsmger Franklin Army
Frost Phelps Newman
Fulkerson Claxr Army
Fyfe JohnB Jr AAC
Gagalls Christo George Army
Gardner George Watson Navy
Gardner Lewis John Marmes
Gates Nell Jr Army
Gates Wllham Army
German Frederick Navy
Gerstler Dwxght Albert
Gerstler Howard Albert Army
Glesner Walter George Navy
Goetz Robert Oscar
Goldman Louls Army
Goodale Wesley E
Gould Donald Elgle Army
Gray Donald Hugh
Gray Katapol Army
Gray LeRoy Paul Szg C
Green Gaylord W Marmes
Gregg Walter Navy
Gruschow Rollm Army
Gunther Warren Robert
Gurk Howard S Army
Gurk Leonard H Army
Gurk Warren Navy
Guthrie Donald M Navy
Hackbarth Paul James
Hahn Richard Army
Carl Ellsha Army
Raymond A A C
Roy Wllbert Navy
Hale Clxfford E AAC
Hall Manlyn WAVES
Hamllton Herbert Dewey
Hann Wilbur C Navy
Hanselman Edward John
Hanselman Paul Henry Army
Hanselman Walter Wnllxam
Hansen Erlc Army
Hanson Charles Navy
Harper James Edward Army
Harris Donald J AAC
Harrison Robert Lewls
Hatto Robert Nell Marme
Hauser Wxlham Robert
Hayman Herbert Army
Haynes Roland Navy
Heath Robert Army
Heckman Wnlbur Charles
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Hedlesky Mlke Army
Hedlesky Antonla WAVES
Heller Donald Luther Army
Hendee Robert J Army
Hense Gllbert Antone Mer
Hentz Jack W A A C
Hentz Max T Army
Heorodt Edward P Army
Hertler George John Army
Herzog Donald Danlel Army
Hetchler Carl Herbert Navy
Heusel Myrl Delbert Army
Heusel Robert Wm Marlnes
Hewltt Carl Albert
Hubbard Gale Wllson Army
HICKS Arthur James A A C
Hlebler Eugene John Army
Hlgh Jean Navy
Hugh Robert Paul Navy
Hlgh James Russell AA C
Hlldmger John Ross Seabees
Hl1tOn Wllllam Seabees
Hmes Rlchard J AAC
Hlscock Roy Burnett Seabees
Hlser Robert Forest Army
Hltchcock Arlle C Army
Hoard Douglas Hober
Hoelzer Wllllam Navy
Holcombe Phllllp Navy
Holden Howard Edward Army
Holland John Marlon N A C
H0l1ld8y Robert Army
Holzapfel Kenneth Army
Hooks Fred Davld NA C
Hoppe Emll Wllllam CBudl
Hopper Harold M Navy
Hopper Thomas W
Hough Fred Rutherford
Hough Jerome Frank Army
Housel Wllllam S Navy
Howard Ellzabeth Red Cross
Howard Leo Edward Army
Howard Russell A
Hoyt Marlln Army
Hubbs Earl Leavltt Army
Huebler Douglas C Marmes
Huff Robert Burton Marmes
Huhn Robert Herman AAC
Hume Wllllam Frank Army
Hunter Wllllam Thomas
Hurd LyleF Jr AAC
HUTZWIII Frederlck C Mer
Hurst Kenneth Raymon
Illl Waldo Wllllam A AC
Illl Wllllam W
Ind Alllson W Army
Ingber Gerald Army
Ingber Joseph George AA C
Ingerson Roland John A A C
Isaacson Carlton E Marlnes
Ivanoff John Army
Ivory Gall C Navy
Jaeger Arthur Walter
Jahnke Harold Walter Army
Jamadanlan Edward Marlnes
Janowskl Nell Navy
Jedele Paul Walter Arm
JEHFIGS Louls Nell Army
Jennlngs Rlchard Vlrgll
Jlnlshlan John L
John J Bradford
Johnsmlller Robert Walter
Johnson Edward C
Johnson James Joseph Navy
Johnson Thomas Allan
Johnston Alan Davld CG
Jones Arthur Army
Jones Gordon Wllbur
Jorn Glenn Lewls Army
Judson Harvey Vernon Army
Judson Wllllam J
Kaercher Homer Iohn
Kaercher Norman Wllllam
Kalb Louls R AAC
Kalmbach Robert NAC
Kapp Earl Robert Army
Kamman ArthurF Army
Karr Marshall Army
Katapol Mlke Jerry Navy
Keebler Ernest Wllllam Navy
Keebler Edwln fMlkeJ Army
Keller John Navy
Kelley Harry Denton
Erwin Carl Army
Keppler Elmer Donald Army
Kerr Elton R A A C
Kessler Melvln Navy
Kett Russell Wllllam
Kllllns Charles Glenn Army
Kllllns D3Vld A
Kmg Wesley Navy
Klrk James CG
KltCh8D Herman Charles
Klttle John Nell
Klvl Lewls Peter AAC
Klaphaak John Robert Army
Klave Kenneth Navy
Knlght Donald Rlchard Army
Knox MBIVID Lewls
Kock Owen Russell Marmes
K09bnlCk Wallace A A C
Koernke Jack Army
Kokales John Peter Army
Koklnakes John AAC
Kohler Walter Paul
Kollewehr Clarence Robert
Koobs Frederlck Wllllam
Koons Paul Earl
Kopel Harold Coast Guard
Korouan Harry Artln Marlnes
Kuohn Paul Stanley Army
John R N A C
Joseph A A C
Wllllam Jr NA C
Lannlng Walter Clayton Army
Walker Mllton Jr Mar
Larmee Donald H Navy
Roy A A A C
Laughlln Marshalll Navy
Laughlln Robert Louls Army
Layher Rlchard Lewls Army
Legg Franklin Jr
Leldy John Breymann Army
Lennon Ernest Navy
Lessard George F Nasy
Letts Glenn J Navy
Levlelt Donald Frederlck r
Levy Kenneth Army
Lewls Clayton Navy
Lewls Roger Navy
Llchty Oren Wllbur
Llchty Rlchard Wayne
Llmpert Alvln Bryant
Llpnlk Gerald Army
Lltteer Donald A A C
Logothetls Robert P AAC
Loper Robert Charles Army
Losey Russell A A C
Lounsbery Joseph A A C
Love James Samuel
Lovelace Charles Bruce
Lovelace Norman Marmes
Lovelace Robert AAC
Lowry RobertJ AAC
Loy Albert Harry Navy
Luebke Frederlck Wllllam
Luedl Mark H
Lundgren Henry H Navy
Lunsford Charles E AAC
Lunsford Paul Navy
Lutz Wllbur Carl
Mack Ronald E Navy
MacK1nnon Danlel FTQDCIS
Mackmlller George J Navy
MacLeod Donald CG
Madlson Earl AAC
Madouse Rlchard Steward
Mahler Danlel Jr Navy
Malcolm Russell L Army
Mann Eugene J Army
Marken Max Walter Navy
Marlow Joseph A Marmes
Marquardt Robert J Army
Marsh Douglas Anthony Navy
Marshall Wllllam D Navy
Martln Wllllam Jr Army
Martln Donald C Army
Marz Wllllam C Navy
Maslln Bruce Navy
Mason Dean Clark
Mason Robert Army
Matthael Frederlck George
Matter Robert Bates Army
Mayfield John Douglas Army
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Robert Davxdson 42
Robert Dovrs 42 Navy
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AC Iacklfyle 43 AAC
Robert Heath 42 Army
Lt Raymond Hames 40
Wxllxam Moss 43 Navy
S I c Cralq Parker 43
Allen Pearsall 44 Navy
Russell Reuter 41 Army
Lloyd Zxll 42 Army
Roland Roehm 41 Army
Predenck Schaeberle 43
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Kenneth Brokaw 42
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Owen Koch 43 Marmes
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S2 c Russell G Andres
S 2 c Herman I De Marco
S 2 c Norman R Andrew
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S 2 c lame: R Mitchell
S 2 c Fred l. Nowland
F 2 c Glenn W Buckles
S 2 c Lyle E Nelson 43
Russell Reuter 41 Army
Evart Beson A A C
Lyle Zxeqler 41 Navy
Lt Robert Hochrxen 4l
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Ralph Chubb 42 Navy
Max'l' Hentz 42 Arm
John Laird 41 N A C
Ioseph Larrd 43 A A C
LaVane Rousseau 44
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Maynard Wallace B Army
Mercado joseph john Army
Merrnll Merv1lle S Navy
Mettert W1ll1amB Navy
Metz Jack Edmond Army
Metz Henry Rlchard Army
Metzger Hans Wlllram
Meyers Kenneth Louis Army
Pullen Duane Chase
Mxchelson Robert Karl
Mark Russel Army
Raymond H Marmes
Schenck Wmdy H A A C
Mundus William A A C
Millard Warren H AAC
Mills Robert Anderson A A C
Mlllspaugh John Dxetzel
Mnllspaugh Kenneth M Army
Mllner Richard Kenneth
Mltchell james Richard Navy
Mommgstar Hamilton jay
Morrell Ralph E
Morns Herbert A A C
Moss Charles W Navy
Motsenger Leonard Marmes
Mourer Robert Martm
Muckenstrum Robert, Army
Mueller Carl Robert Army
Mulholland Norman Theodore
Munson Frances Joseph Army
Myers Clarence Richard, Navy
Myers Richard C Army
McAllister james Pat AAC
McAuliffe John Charles
McBam John Melvin Navy
McBrxde, Ted Albert Army
Neelands Robert Warren
Nelson Lyle Emerson Navy
Nelson Oren Fredenck Navy
Newman Stanley A N A C
Newman Wayne Army
Nlchels Robert James
Nrelson Paul Navy
Nlmke Frederick W Army
Nxmz John Edward
Nrxon Betty May Waves
Nolan Merrrll Jr
Nordmeyer Harry Army
Northrup Robert Army
Northrop Wxlllam Marmes
Novotny Herbert M AAC
Nowak Derwood Navy
Nowland Fred Louis Navy
Null jack Army
OLeary james Wxlllam Army
Olson Harold Elmer
Onderdonk Adnan C AAC
ONeal Donald Edward
Opal Richard John Navy
Ostrander Allan Marmes
Outwater Maynard AAC
Packard Delbert jr
Packard Jack D
Donald M Army
Harry Charles Army
Cr:-ug Coast Guard
Harold Dean Army
Stuart John AA C
Colm Gordon Navy
McNutt Robert john Army
Navarre Nexlan Ira N A C
Navarre Nelson W A AC
Paul Harold Fred Navy
Paul Walter E Army
Paup john Pershing A A C
Paup Sidney Wllkms Army
Pearsall Allan Navy
Peck Vrrgrl Glenn A A C
Charles Robert Navy
Robert E N A C
Peterson Robert H Army
Pettlt Keith Martm
Pfaus Mules Oscar
Pfexfle Jack A A C
Prchard Wxllram Navy
Pxttman Robert E ASTP
Platte Richard L ASTP
Platter Rxchard Army
Phchta Robert Duff Navy
Podewll Leon Army
Pool Richard Adam AAC
Poor Warren R Army CM CD
Pope Robert Francis Marmes
Poppenger David Navy
Poppenger Donald Navy
Poppenger Norman E Navy
Porter Harold Wlllxam Army
Potter Nathan S
Potter Walter Taylor Marmes
Prentlce Wrllxam A A A C
Prleskorn Robert Irwm Mar
Pruner Wrllxam Joseph Navy
Pruner Jack Gray Navy
Pryer Erwm AAC
Putman Leonard H A A C
Putman Robert Nerl Navy
Rafeld Julius Blarr A A C
Rafeld Herman Edward Navy
Randall Kenneth B Army
Ranson Ralph Marmes
Rasmussen DouglasE Army
Rasmussen HomerS Army
Rauser Donald Paul Army
Rauser Nell Albert Army
Reade Robert Ward AAC
Readmg Ned A Navy
Ream Roman Army
Rechle Rudolph Navy
Regan LeRoy Army
Reid Ph1l1p C Army
Rettlck Chas Lewis AAC
Reuter Russell Arthur, Arm
Rxchardson Wayne N AC
Riggs Finley B
Riggs Wayne Patrick Army
PlDgqUlSt Paul Mer Mar
Rmgqulst Robert C Army
Rxvette Donald Ector Army
Robmson Francls L
George A A A C
Roehm Roman Roland
Rodrlqulz Salvador Navy
Rogers Donald Navy
Rohde Rrchard Paul
Roll Thomas Benton
Roos Robert Charles
Root Walter Charles
Rorabacher Robert Army
Ross Frank D Army
Roth Carl Navy
Rousseau LaVane Army
Royce George Army
Rudd Sherwell Army
Rufhns Richard Walter Army
Rusche FredW Jr Army
Russel Donald Navy
Rust Herman Army
Ryan Robert F CG
Sage Francis Earl Navy
Sager Robert C Army
Salomon Eleas A Army
Salow Wllbur Army
Savery Robert L Army
Sawyer Andrew jackson
Saxton Robert John Army
Schaeberle Fred W Army
Schaffer Robert Navy
Schalrer Ronald W Army
Schallhorn Donald Carl
Scharbet Myron Raymond
Stanley Arthur Army
Elmerene A Nurse
Lloyd W Navy
Loren Julius A A C
Schlenker Martm Army
Schleyer Wxlllam F Navy
Schmale Fredenck H Navy
Schmerberg Rudy Army
Schmldt Robert Walter Navy
Schnelder Roy Edward Navy
Schnexder jack Navy
Schnelder Rxchard C Army
Clare J A A C
Wllham M A A C
Herman L Army
Schutt Russell Wayne Army
Scofield Warren H AAC
Sextz jonathan Army
Seltz Nathan Navy
Sekaros Daniel George Army
Sell Robert Edward Navy
Sellars Walter Navy
Servxs Harold Hoyt Navy
Seybold Edward G Navy
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Shankland Donald L Navy
Shankland Glen joseph Army
Shannon Edwm Stanley Navy
Sharfman Nelson Ames Army
Sharp Vlctor Army
Shelton Gerald Nelson Navy
Shelton Lawrence F AAC
Shrller Loren Army
Shaw Alex NAC
Sherman John Hesmer AAC
Showler Bruce Navy
Shulz Garl E
Shurthtf Franklln E Navy
Zahn Ben Navy
Shurtlxff Lewis W AAC
Slbert Rxchard Arthur Navy
Simons Donald F
Srmonds Jack Navy
Smclarr lack Duane AAC
Smclalr Wendell Army
Srvers John Roger Army
Skelton Emerson Marmes
Slack Leslle john AAC
Slocum Donald T Navy
Slocum James R Mer Mar
Slocum John O Navy
Edward A Navy
Val Tomkms Army
G Van Syckle A AC
Wallace A A C
James Willard Army
Sorolls Dionysus Paul
Soule Gardner E Army
Spaulding Dale E AAC
Spnllxng Thomas Navy
Spooner Albert Joseph AAC
Sprentall Wxllxam L
Staebler Melvm E Seabees
Stadel Clarence E Army
Stampfler Frank E Navy
Stark Anthony E
Starry Wrlbur Lester Army
Stauch John Edward Army
Staudenmaler Eugene Navy
Steams Harry L jr Army
Steams Wllllam AAC
Steeb Herman john AAC
Steeb Vxrgxma Mae A Nurse
Steele George S Navy
Stem Frederick E Navy
Stellhorn Robert Grant Navy
Stephens Roy Navy
Stollstelmer Dale Marmes
Stone Jack Army
Stone john Edward Army
Stone Paul Army
Stouffer Ned Dawson NAC
Straub Glenford Wxlllam
Straube Wllllam Glen
Strrbley Richard Ball AAC
Strlckland Charles Navy
Strleter Robert Roy Navy
Strong Bud Navy
Sumner Charles Army
Sunday W1ll1amH Navy
Roland Herman Army
Robert W Army
Burt R Army
Sweeney joseph A Jr Army
Tan Arnott Fraser AAC
Teabolt Chas R
Teachout John Duane
Teachworth Raymond Navy
Tennant Dorothy J WAC
Tessmer EstelZefr1ed Navy
Tessmer George Navy
Thayer Glen Gene Army
Thayer Lester Leroy
Threlk Glles C Army
Thlelk Rxchard N NAC
Thomas Frank A Marmes
Thurber Raymond L AAC
Tmkham Ralph R Navy
Titus Dean W Jr Army
Tracey Sylvester Navy
Trew Robert Navy
Trubey Robert Navy
Trytten Perry Joseph N AC
Tumer Eugene L Navy
Twxchell Robert Giles Army
Twxnmg Robert Navy
Uhlendorf Wrlllam AAC
Upthegrove H Nelson Navy
Van Belle Garret
Van Hoff ElmerE Army
Van Hom Merritt John Navy
Van Meer Warren ij W
Vetter Hans Army
Vlxsldes Elas N C Army
Vlxsndes George F AAC
Vogel Raymond W Jr
Vowell Wlllram Marmes
Wadhams Warren W Navy
Wagner Carl Henry
Wahl Ted Chrrstlan Army
Wall Robert AAF
Walter Erich Seabees
Walterhouse Rlchard Army
Walters jack Strohm AAC
Wanty Hugh Navy
Wares John Marmes
Warren Donald Edward Army
Waterman Frank Army
Waterman GeorgeB Army
Watl-rms Carl Phxl Army
Watkms Wlllram Sparkman
Weadock Phxlhp Shendan
Webb Bert Harry AAC
Webb Robert Edward AAC
Webber Harry F Navy
Weber Karl Henry AAC
Wehmeyer Karl Lehman
Welch Robert Carl
Wenger Kenneth AAC
Wenk Adolph James Army
Wenk Herbert Charles Army
Wentworth Bas1lW Navy
Wentworth E Gerald Navy
West Ralph Edward
Westfall Robert B AAC
Wheeler Phxllp Graham AA C
White Amold Easton
White jack Donald Marmes
Whnttemore Hal Chase N A C
Wxckett AlbertD Jr AAC
Wicks Loren D
Wlederhaft Dolores jean
Wight Howard Morgan
Wxght Ronell Hurd
Wxght Samuel Kasper
Wrghtman Davxd G A A C
Wlghtman RobertB Army
Wild George Albert jr
Wtll Loren Kenneth Marmes
Wlller Jay Howard Navy
Wnlhams Norman NAC
Williams Raymond Fred
Willoughby Ralph L AAC
W1lsher Harry john Army
Wilson Wxllxam AAC
Wilson Glenn Patrick, R C A F
Wilson Dayton A
Wllson Vxrgxma U S F C
Winans Robert Berton Navy
Wirth Maynard Marmes
Wire Mark C Army
Wood Guy A RCAF
Wrtherspoon Robert J Navy
Wright Bemard Elmer
Wnght Jack Wake Marmes
Wuerth Westley C Navy
Wurster Fredenck A A A C
Wurster Roland Edgar
Yek Howard Emll A A C
Young Edward Navy
Young Roy Army
Zahn Donald Robert
Zemke Donald Franklln
Zemke Robert Army
Zregler Lyle Albert Navy
Zxesemer Fred Army
Zlesemer Nelson Army
Zlll Edwxn O Navy
Zrll Lloyd C Army
Zeeb Lawrence Edward AAC
Zoll james E
NOTE Tlus list rs undobutedly mcomplete and may contam mmor errors It rs the work of the all school
War Servxce Commxttee under the sponsorshrp of Mr Louls Hollway Addxtrons to the list will be wel
Much matenal on the servnce records of former AA H S students I3 xn the iles of the committee but
xt was thought too fragmentary for pub matron m the Omega Readers who wxsh to know the whereabouts
of any mdwxduals on the lzst may wrxte the commlttee after school opens an the fall. and an attempt will
be made to furnxsh them wlth the mforrnauon
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ANN ARBOR IN WARTIME. In the recent War Loan drive. the total reached hy A.A.H.S. was SZ7.270.
a hgure 10203 above our quota. D'20 led the homeroom competition with a total of S7.000. placing the aver-
age room sales at S780. In recognition of our efforts. the junior Chamber of Commerce presented the school
with a S25.00 War Bond. a certificate from the Treasury Department and a German helmet. Work projects
of high school -tudents included mass harvesting of crops feverx onionslp. and individual parttime jobs such
as those shown: dental assistant. meat cutter. and grocery checker, 4See page 21J
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In these days of war It IS lmportant to stress the value of educatlon Thls
IS one commodlty that has not been touched by ratlomng
In Ann Arbor Hlgh School not only IS the student g1ven a foundatlon for
college work or for the practlcal workaday world durlng thls war year pre
lnductxon courses have been preparmg boys for the servlces developmg them
accordmg to the requufements of these servlces The Army Navy and Marlne
Corps have mtroduced college programs for men of superlor ab1l1ty It IS
possxble for the hlgh schools however to mcrease the efhcxency of the rank
and file m the Armed Forces
After the war there w1ll be a demand for educated men and women and
thls education must be lmplanted now ln the Youth of America who w1ll
carry Tomorrows World
Ann Arbor Hlgh therefore IS takxnv full advantage of the fact that
growth msn t l1m1ted by pomts or tokens
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THE HUMEHUIJ SYSTEM
AMONG the many new problems whxch confronted students
and teachers th1s year was the complete reorganlzatlon of
the guldance pattern of the school For the flrst tlme ln
lts hxstory AAHS has homerooms There are thlrty
five of them wxth approxxmately thlrty students 1n each
It was a dlfficult task to place twelve hundred students
to their best advantage The plan finally adopted makes
the homeroom group a cross sectlon of the whole school,
each group COIlt8lUlI'lg puplls of both sexes, all three grades
outstandmg leadershlp and extreme modesty br1ll1ant
scholastlc ab1l1ty and humble class room achlevement loyal
c1t1zensh1p and yes, we mlght as well admlt lt, each group
probably contams a few skxppers
Each has a counselor ln charge who helps students
wlth formmg good hablts, findmg part t1me work chooslng
the next semester s classes, and wnth many other odd jobs
so vltal to a student s well bemg Thus the homeroom alms
to provlde for closer cooperatlon between student and
teacher and for wlder student partlclpatlon
Durmg the first semester, the homeroom meetmg was
held between thlrd and fourth perlod twxce a week for if
teen mmutes and tWlCe for forty Assembly was held on
the fifth day The schedule for the second semester was
changed so that commlttees meet from 8 15 to 8 55 Mon
days and Tuesdays The remamder of the student body
reports to homerooms at 8 25 every day except Thursday
for a study and consultatlon perlod of thxrty mmutes wlth
classes beglnnmg at mne o clock On Thursdays the tlme IS
used for assemblles
Although the system has perhaps not yet reached 1ts
peak of efficlency both puplls and teachers have enjoyed
th1s new relatxonshxp
A TYPICAL HOMEROOM
HOME ROOM I-'RESIDENTS
First row lseatedb left to nght
S Dey D Beatty B Marshall
G Black E Sandell P Mer
cado A Brerlenn D Olson R
Second row P Reed M War
ren J Slater P Mnddlesworth
J Henne H Ross R Smlth E
Muller M Larmee R Bauer
J Corzxne D Swlft K Miller
Third row T Fitzgerald S
Thayer N Falcone W Fry
D Ottmar C Mann R Wellmg
ton G Sandenburgh
Seated left to nght C Cum
mmgs J Jamng B Whlte D
Vllsrdes K Law C Warren
P Hadley Mr Dahlberg
Standing first row P Frye C
Nelson J McCorm1ck S Mey
ers G Cartwright G Yerkes
D Eskm R Cole J Helfrxch
H Baker R Wagner S Sorrels
J Mnchelson P Tracy J Eddy
J Wllson R Jewett D Blakes
Second row J Nxckelson E
Collard H Chrtstoff J Bauer
V Luenser R Hollway
Front row left to right C Born
B Barr H Cazepls D Duncan
son B Wheatley
Second row Mr Maybee J
Downer K Mltchell R Hoy J
Collms J Bryant
NOON HOUR COMMITTEE
Front row left to right N
Hakala L Bennett S Whlpple
D Bxddle M Lexon M Krmg
M Agan P Hatch J Cunmng
Second row D Backus H Car
son D Schmldt B Smxth M
Avsharxan A Frank J Davxd
son W Trmkle D Fom B
Grlffiths S West Mr Taylor
Thzrd row P Mason R Kessler
D Dxckason H Beatty J
Schallhorn R Andrus H Wol
ford C Sayre W Walker L
Frztts H Morrison
BONDS AND STAMPS
Front row left to right S
Schalble F Grammatlco S
Bommer M Wells J Stnbley
Second row D McCourt1e S
Pegan W Robbms B Neutz
M Colvm J Madlson C Fred
erlck B Cox R McMillan B
Mecklenburg L Schmxdt J
Schhmmer S McEown J Dahl
berg E Thompson
Third row R Bossemeyer T
Aprxll R Bennett E Denmson
C OGrady Mr Mackmxller T
Bezlnum D Benson D Makrel
skl R Johnson M Smlth P
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Most Popular Boy
UIIH ELEETIIJ 5
Most Beautxful Gxrl
Most Actlve Bram
Most Inactxve Bram
Done Most For The School
Done School For The Most
Class Half wit
MARY CLAIR UPTHEGROVE
DOTTY ANN PARKER
MARY CLAIR UPTHEGROVE
In Best W1th Faculty
In Worst Wxth Faculty
Best Dancers CBoy and Glrlj BARBARA BARR 85 ROBERT LOGOTHETIS
Class Bachelor G1rl
Most Athletlc Glrl
Most Athlet1c Boy
15 boys t1ed for first place
Most Llkely To Become Pm Up G1rl In An
Toughest Sergeant Materral
Branch of Servlce
Topic of Conversatlon
Dotty Ann Parker
Betty Ann Wllder
Frank Slnatra 73
Bmg Crosby 85
The Muslc Stopped
Ave Marla fSchubertj
Best Actor ............................................. DON LEWIS
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GEORGIA RAE KELLER
ARTHUR GILLESPIE DONNA WATERS
Vice President Secretary
THE SE IIIHS
FRIENDSHIPS perhaps mean more thxs year
to Ann Arbor I-Ilgh s semors than they have
ever meant before Wlth so many of the1r
classmates entermg the armed forces elther
before or after graduatxon these boys and
gxrls wxll carry wxth them memorles that
w1ll last throughout themr l1ves Whether
the future means the Army Navy or Ma
rmes or whether lt means the home front
each semor w1ll spend some tlme remxmsc
mg Many a t1me 1n far away places tn
bunk or fox hole or lounging around some
dlstant USO w1ll one of them turn hls
thoughts to happy occaslons 1n AAHS
Hell remember those famous football
games wxth Floyd Greene smashmg
through the semor frollc held m March m
the gym and how pretty the glrls looked m
the1r formals the rlotous practlcmg for
Yes and No Sherm Mortensen ln the
opera the clatter 1n the Optxmxst office
the h1lar1ty of class day the dxgmty of
After the graduatlon GXCYCISBS the class
of 44 faces a world entxrely dxfferent from
that whxch confronted most prevlous
classes Wlth the semors go our prayers
and our wishes for a successful and joyous
future and a trust m their ablllty to help
make thus country peaceful once more
Seated S Dey D Waters R Keller B Kroske -I james M Upthegrove
Standing D Lewus A Beattle A G1llesp1e
THE SE IIJH5
Dorothy Blakeslee Mary Brandon
Row 1 Xndw
wrth an envrable scholastic record and future hopes of flying
hrgh wrth Uncle Sam Tfuh sang her way through three
years of Ann Arbor Hrgh School She showed her dramatrc
abrlrty by her junror play performance and was a natural
at Spamsh Apes abrlrty to balance the books made
hrm an outstanding member of the stamp and bond commit
tee Hrs other rnterests ran along the lrne of automotive
mechanrcs and student actrvrtres Pep rn person de
scrrbed 58113 A screntrst at heart, she also loved sports
An usher at both junror and senror plays shes bound to
usher herself rnto success HOWl0S lrkes were rn the
world of sports Hrs favorrtes were baseball and skatrng
As a sophomore Russ floated, as a junror he paddled and
as a senror he stroked to the finrsh lme wrth a swift Aus
tralran crawl So also went hrs hrgh school career
broke the tape of hrs hrgh school career
Row fvlllm was a scrawler of the Scrrbblers Club
She was typed the type to be rn G A C and on the Councrl
These plus the Navy were her rnterests and she scored rn
every one lohn was quret but always knew the answer
The Camera Rrfle, and Science Clubs took much of hrs
trme, but he still found room for other hobbies and a fling
at sports B2rbl9S hrgh school actrvrtres centered rn
clubs Her marn outsrde rnterest was dancrng and her rrvals
on the dance floor were few Wrth football baseball and
basketball as hrs marn rnterests outsrde of school, H0l'SI'h
was ready for any handicap Biology was Shu-lew s fa
vorrte subject she was actrve rn Spamsh and Scrrbblers
clubs and she strll had time to excel rn her favorite sport,
skating Ms senror year found hrm on the Student
Councrl and Senior Executrve Committee This ' tallre the
44 basketball captain, has lots of pornts chalked up wrth hrs
name, not only athletrcally but scholastrcally
Row 3 D0l'0th! played three successful seasons on the
stage of leamrng A spot lrght of declamatron, actmg and
srngrng, footlrghts of GAC and hrstory, and borders of
edrtmg shone on her throughout In her memory book
P0311 has prctures of hrgh school days she wrll always re
member Snaps of srngrng, dancrng and volley ball wrll have
promrnent posrtrons on those pages JH!!! rn addrtron
to her hobby of collectmg other thmgs has a fine collectron
of fnends and memories of good trmes durmg her hrgh
school years Horseback rrdmg her hobby Ffenfllle
came mto the home stretch carrying wrth her a fine record
of talented partrcrpatron rn Masquers Spanrsh Club, and
A Cappella Along wrth hrs musrcal rnterests lllll lrked
the outdoors Camping hrkrng and travelrng made hrm par
trcularly happy Bennie was not at Ann Arbor Hrgh
School as a sophomore, but hrt many homers durrng her
last two years, bemg a prominent member of GAC and
marntarnrng a scholastic record to cheer about
Row 4 U11 IC one of those all around fellows swam rn
prmters rnk all durmg hrs hrgh school days berng a prom
rnent member of both the swrmmrng team and the Optrmrst
staff Beth came to Ann Arbor Hrgh School from Salrne
Hrgh rn her junror year She lrkes skatrng and her friends
call her joe Andw whrstled hrs way through hrgh
school as flutrst rn the band In chemrstry as well as on
C uncrl and cross country hrs efforts were on the beam
Besrdes helprng wrth the pnntrng of the Optrmrst rn hrs
sophomore year llm enjoyed dabblrng rn radro and elec
trrcrty Bllllv found her place rn AAH S as a mem
ber of the G A C and the servrcemens commrttee Swrm
mrng and skatrng served her well as a means of relaxa
tron DOH!!! may be small rn stature but she has done
some brg thmgs around school Her work rn dramatrcs de-
serves specral note and also her musical actrvrtres
Row 5 Here rs a grrl who saved her best untrl her senror
year UHF!! was a Councrl member and jotted her way
from thrrd to home rn Scrrbblers Club B071 successfully
prtched hrs way through hrgh school Hrs academrc rnterests
were rn the sciences but seemed overshadowed by hrs rnter
est rn baseball To find l 015 S chref interests we had to
look to the domestrc srde of lrfe Her pastimes were sewing
Wrth little rnterference outsrde of broken arms rrbs and
noses and an addrtronal sprrnt to Akron West Hrgh rn hrs
junror year Curt made a very successful run for the wrn
ning touchdown Bob armed down the 'three year gal
lery and make a bullseye wrth HSO4 and CS as hrs
bullets Besrdes hrs work on the Student Councrl hrs scope
of rnterest took rn many sports Brands cheered her
way through three years of AAHS sports and has gone
out onto a larger field wrth a substantral knowledge of many
thrngs rncludrng the culmary arts
Row 6 Keeprng a good grrp on the rerns of chance
'krlene galloped successfully through her hrgh school days
and crossed the lme for a photo finrsh whrch would show
her dramatrc and athletrc abrlrtres Tom always went
hrs own way rn the pursurt of happiness, wrth allegiance
to the lrght and farrer thmgs rn lrfe Marchrng feet and
rndustrrous hands brought lflld a sextette of achrevements
He filled hrs lersure time wrth sports and model arr
planes There wasnt a grrls club to whrch BBB-ll
drdnt belong Her academrc work and tennrs playrng were
on the same court and she always had a qurck comeback
Babb was always on hand after school for games whrle
her enjoyment of srngrng, swrmmrng horseback rrdrng and
dancrng testried to her lrght hearted drsposrtron
the swrm of things all through hrgh school Brb had a
speakrng acquaintance wrth English Latrn French and
Spamsh, and rn addrtron acqurred many friends and many
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Mrldred Burton Sarah Chamberlarn Margaret Colvm
Robert Carr Margaret Clancy john Comrskey
Janet Carter Malo Clark George Cooch
Helen Cazeprs Shrrley Clement Robert Cooper
Wrlfred Ceasar Uvonne Clymer Betty Corbett
Charles Chadwrck Jeannette Collrns james Corzrne
Row I Among Wllllres hobbres was collectrng for scrap
books In her scrap book of hrgh school rnterests she was
able to put hrkrng and roller skatrng on the trtle page
livb S foremost rnterest whrle at A A H S was rn A Cappella
Travel was the key to the future for hrm as he locked the
door of hrs hrgh school educatron behrnd hrm Sports
played a great part rn l0hlllllP S three years of hrgh school
Best known as a hockey goalre she also scored rn basket
ball and volley ball Helens sophomore partrcrpatron
rn G A C and Rota Beta was just a prelude to a busy lrvely
school career Photography and wrrtrng her hobbres made
her useful on Omega and assembly commrttees
though Rfd S membershrp rn clubs was lrmrted because of
an outsrde job hrs hrgh school contits brought hrm many
frrendshrps That fllllili possessed a brrllrant mrnd was
not debatable though he argued every other questron durrng
those two and a half years on the debate team Also out
for tennrs he avorded berng one srded
Row 2 It can be sard that Sarah slrd through school on
a pen pornt She chose Scrrbblers and skatrng as her
pastrmes wrth a frequent glance at lrterature Vl2il'22ll'Pi S
favorrte sport was bowlrng Her spare moment s were spent
rn movre land vra her film scrapbooks Ylalow rrdrng
and skatrng both took her rn crrcles but fortunately rt drdnt
last She went "strarght" lrke all good Optrmrst reporters
and slrd rn just under the dead lrne If the handwrrtrng
on the wall had been rn shorthand Nlldll could have unrav
eled the mystery after her two years rn Scrrbblers Lrke all
the rest she enjoyed sports BUIIIIIP sang her song of
hrgh school days to the tune of A Cappella and Glee Club
and proved herself a very talented majorette as well
I C played one of the leads rn the junror Play but what
drdnt she lead? Vrce presrdent of Student Councrl secre
tary of Omega shes been out rn front rn a dozen other
Row 3 Wil-FRP S two year membershrp rn Scrrbblers Club
and her G A C award present a concrse hrstory of the hrgh
lrghts of her school career lllhllm was another whose
mterests ran along the lrne of sports-chrefly cross country
and mtramural basketball He graduated rn February to
enter the servrce Lrttle huntrng was needed to locate
f'00l't-ICS talents Numerous and outstandrng they starred
dramatrcs Student Councrl and Spanrsh Club Bob had
a bang up trme as a member of the Rrfle Club and Band
rn hrs sophomore and junror years Anxrously awartrng the
end of gas ratronrng meantrme he tumed to sports
transcrrptron of her hrgh school career revealed that B90
rn her quret manner served on the Student Councrl as a
sophomore jorned the Scrrbblers Club as a junror and
General Chorus as a senror llmS preference rn school
has been gymnastrcs He also enjoyed swrmmrng and skat
mg and served on the Student Councrl and as vrce presr
dent of hrs home room
Row 4 Smooth as the rce she skated on f0l'lrW cut a
Wrllram D Anjou
I ourse Darnell
La Verne DePrrester
fine Frgure as a member of the Spanrsh Club She also
enjoyed playrng golf Three cheers for U00 whose
strenuous actrvrtres rncluded cheer leadrng swrmmrng and
mob basketball He showed hrs serrous facultres as a
member of Scrence Club and CAP Beth was one
of the loyal supporters of the school football team Her
many cheers can be sent back to her for the good cheer
she radrated all through hrgh school In between hrs
football seasons Flowd trred hrs hand at mtramural base
ball and basketball The reasons behmd hrs strange prefer
ences for study hall remarn somewhat of a mystery
fflll kept up the morale of several boys rn the servrce
by her frequent letters whrle dancrng and servrce on the
socral commrttee kept up her own morale durrng her stay
at AAH S IPM! began her sophomore year as vrce
presrdent of the class As a junror she recerved crtrzenshrp
honors and she wound up her senror year as a valuable
member of A Cappella and Omega
Row 5 lan was actrve rn sports clear through hrgh
school At home on any field or court, she especrally en
joyed volley ball hockey basketball and baseball
lieth drd her part for her class through varied actrvrtres,
whrch rncluded servrng on the junror and senror play com
mrttees and partrcrpatron rn GAC and Red Cross Can
teen Corps lflll made hrs record rn musrc as a member
terest rn dramatrcs and avratron lane scored a bullseye
not only on the rrfle team but also by her performance rn
the junor play She was an actrve member of Dramateers
and Masquers hd S hrgh school career followed a very
smooth pattem Hrs hobbres were stamps and rrfle shoot
mg and he scored hrgh not only rn these but rn all he
trred Brlls formula for success rn hrgh school con
srsted of balanced actrvrtres rn the sport and academrc
worlds Hrs favorrtes rn these respectrve fields were foot
ball and chemrstry
Row 6 One of the song brrds of A A H S l0lllS9 was a
member of the Grrls Glee Club and A Cappella for two
years These actrvrtres were supplemented by movres and
dancrng Dllk got hrs hold on school as a sophomore
as a member of the wrestlrng team He later jorned the
Spamsh and Scrence Clubs and served on the Student
Councrl Wrth hrs head lrterally rn the clouds L3 Ya!
combrned an rnterest rn avratron wrth partrcrpatron rn bas
ketball and track and stayed rrght rn the runnrng rn both
Begrnnrng as an Optrmrst reporter Nlllrlew jorned the
Omega staff as a junror eventually becomrng co edrtor She
also served on the Senror Executrve Commrttee Durrng
the lunch hour Ruth could be found punchrng trckets for
the noon movres Besrdes berng actrve on thrs commrttee
she was a member of Scrrbblers Modem Dance and Stu
dent Councrl Russ was another stamp fan played the
prano for hrs own amusement belonged to Camera Club and
senror prom and frolrc commrttees
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Besides servmg on the Student Councrl ln her junior year
she broadened her school educatlon by summer travels
Well known around the anclent halls was laul the por
trait pamter who was on the swxmmmg team m his jumor
year and went out for cross country as a semor Varrety
rs the splce of lrfe was IUHPS motto throughout hugh
school She was a member of the Gxrls Glee Club G A C
Spamsh Club Student Councrl Dramateers and Colon
nade Equally at home nn the field of sports or studxes
ball! combmed hockey and volley ball wlth a fondness for
biology wrrtmg and anclent hrstory ln launched 3
colorful school career as a member of Art Club 1n her
sophomore and junior years Later she became interested In
Glee Club and volley ball A Bulls eye for lloh after
three years as a member of the R1He Club Away from
school he enjoyed huntlng and fishing
Row 2 The curtain falls on three successful years of
high school for love She played important roles ln
Masquers GAC and Student Councll Bills school
actrvltles centered m football Full of fun and lxfe he be
lleved m havmg a good tlme Besides actlng other
forward here serving both on the tlcket commrttee whxle
a jumor and as an usher at the semor play Versatile
describes IIISYIII S three years at AAH S where he brought
his talents to A Cappella Student Council Jumor and
Senxor plays llvflll was a member of Girls Glee Club
Colonnade and Scrlbblers Her other mterests mcluded
travelling and collectmg records Another musical
athlete I PII chose football and band as hrs outslde 8CtlVl
tres Hrs athletrc mterests however extended to all other
Row 3 Not only captamxng those who led cheers but
deserving many hxmself 'I'0lll had a very successful career
at AAHS lllll haxled from Gary Indiana m hrs
jumor year Although he got a late start he became a well
known athlete excellmg rn football and basketball and a
lively Omega contributor An all around sportsman
Il00l'20 drd a real job on the golf team and also found a
permanent place ID the records of hrs intramural basket
ball baseball and football teams I"llf'lUP one of the
farr brunettes made a place for herself among teachers and
students by cooperatlon m sports and studres Glrl Reserves
and Red Cross took up her addxtlonal moments Nlllll
was a straight shooter ln character as well as rn the R1He
Club He enjoyed chemrstry and photography as well
Music and Sports occupled the box seats rn YIJFEIPS
stadlum of mterests She was rn Modern Dance wxth other
sports rankmg hugh
Row 4 Havmg pedaled up the hxll of secondary educa
t1on I ll'0lYll reached the top ln shorthand and typing and
rs now ready to coast mto a good job I huik was
the ball for hrs three high school years partlclpatxng rn
basketball baseball and tenms as well as Student Councrl
and Omega YIM' made her mark with an even mlxture
of sports and studnes She also hnt a hugh note lh musical
actrvlty lieth showed a neat sense of balance with fun
on the ice and roller nnks to offset the more serious sxde of
school She enjoyed sewmg too it was reported UHF!!
spent many of her spare moments ln the halls of the Luth
eran Church but A A H S remembers her best for her work
rn the Florlculture Club and for her school Splflt
Vdrlhll showed a decided preference for sports and enjoyed
playing anythmg falllng wxthm that category Rota Beta
and hlstory also clarmed her attentron
Row 5 Captammg the swrmmmg team as a junxor and
the football team as a semor 'KIT paddled on to the VICE'
presidency of the semor class Football and track shared
hxm wlth the Basin Street Bloomer Glrls I30bblB
sharpened her wlts as she sharpened her blades to flash
across the 1ce Basketball and volleyball comprlsed her
G A C actlvrtres lan showed early promnse as a canary
and proved a worthy one ln Glee Club and Glrls Chorus
Off hours she saxled swam or sewed Both the Science
Club and noon hour committee clarmed Bob as thexr pres!
dent Hrs mam mterest was flymg and he made a perfect
3 pomt landmg The unseen hand that draws the cur
tams dlms the llghts and sees that the sets hold together
rs none other than that of Illll For three years he has
stage managed A A H S dramatlc attempts Iflld dld
much to further the standing of the football and basketball
teams Hrs partrcular Interest was m football and he won
a place on the all state eleven
Row 6 Iflll S photography was always m demand whlle
hrs two years m Camera Club Rifle Club and Band and
hrs arduous labors on Optlmlst and Omega kept hum con
stantly on the move Pd knew the Pythagorean Theorem
and the Law of Machmes backward and shot a mean weapon
As further dnversxon he spent tlme studymg airplanes and
radio There would be no argument over the statement
that IP Ill was extremely actlve Interested lh most every
sport she also hl-red shorthand and English Armmg to-
ward a thorough stenographlc tramlng Kiln? made the
mark Her extracurricular actlvltles mcluded archery and
stamps If we were to wrlte about I'l'llllP ln her auto
graph book we would be sure to mentron her many G AC
actlvrtles and talents Vxewmg BIUS hugh school days
through the lens of h1s own camera we found hum actlvely
partlcrpatmg xn all sports particularly track and m presl
dent s council and Omega
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Charlotte Halman Jean Henne
Barbara Hamllton Eugene Hertler
Vxrglma Hanselmann Elxzabeth Hxcks
Patrrcla Hatch Leon Hmz
Sally Hauser Edwm Hlrth Robert Hoy
Row I UNK has been a hustler Sports took hxs leisure
time what there was of It A member of the Optxmlst and
Omega staffs he also managed to serve on Student Councxl
and m Science Club UIAYIOIIPS academic preference
was hlstory her hobby musxc and her favorlte sport bowl
mg For varxety she lent her energxes to the semor play
pubhclty committee Keeping her canoe upright ln mld
stream Ham paddled along wlth music vocal and mstru
mental Hoated down a rxver of Colonnade Rota Beta
Masquers and Omega and beached on the faxr shores of
history Belongmg to that solld phalanx the majorlty
who take llfe as nt comes Ylrglllla only demanded that It
mclude a chance to play basketball Pat S hlgh school
career was a "stew of many activities G A C was the mam
meat the vltamm content was provided by Omega and
Optlmxst and for seasonlng xt xncluded a dash of Colon
nade Spamsh Club and Girl Scouts 52lUV pitched a
good game and caught the ball of leamlng At bat she
swatted English for a home run
Row 2 xml was qulte an athlete A member of many
mtramural teams she excelled ln hockey She was a mem
was always game She won three sports awards was a mem
ber of Student Council secretary of the Science Club, and
vice president of GAC PURPIN' made an A 1 model
plane The wmgs were sclence and math the tail was
sports and the body a combination of social and scholastic
mterest Stamp collectmg farming, football and sewmg
were Bl0Hdi9S special interests As a semor she was sec
retary of her homeroom and a member of the Servicemen s
Committee Leon sprinted through his high school course
hxs favonte subjects bemg math and science and his chosen
sports track and cross country Pd IS one of the well
known athletes He went out for baseball xn hrs junior year
and both baseball and basketball as a semor
Row 3 Dates field of mterests encompassed the whole
sport world ln addltxon to avlatlon and stamp collectmg
Bob was born and bred to the world of sports In A AH S
he has had three successful years of basketball and football
to hrs crednt At any trme when the weather permitted
W lil! could be found on the golf course swmgmg hrs club
Mm!!! batted out a good average especially m English com
posltlon and math where she took them as they came-
fast one curves and all Thelma might be xdentxfied
by her skmned knees cause she dad love skatmg and she
could swlm too' In the runnxng the whole tlme Bob
was most actlve nn track and cross country and on the
Servlcemens Committee He was also adept at math and
Richard Halt Annabelle Heckman Davnd Holcombe
Georgxa Rae Keller
Row 4 Row 5
Row 4 5h0l'tW with that mevxtable gift of gab
talked her way through hxgh school pausing however to
enhance Sophomore Dramatlcs, sports and Scrlbblers Club
lhll hked a good tangle in football wresthng or mtra
mural sports all his specialties He also mixed ln Boy
Scout actwltles Wlolls played the down beat and swung
mto a neat boogxe woogne arrangement of Sports Studies
and Dancmg In more senous vem she could hit the notes
IH A Cappella Choxr fella skated through hxgh school
wxth wheels oiled and rollmg to perfectlon Letter wrltmg
was her favornte pastxme As a semor she was a noon hour
momtor Hrs nose to the grmdstone and hls ear to the
ground lerry penned examples of real joumalxstlc style for
the Optimist Frosty mommgs found h1m sprlntmg over
fields for cross country In on most everything Jerrw
served on Student Council Omega and was m A Cappella
Her range of hobbxes was wide
Row 5 I 'PHY S graduation was another :tem to flle with
her past postcard collectlon At home with a baseball, she
could nevertheless also handle sewmg as a hobby
Whether on the track or football field Russ covered the
ground Thus member of the Student Councxl collected fare
skatmg and volleyball Although partlclpatlon m school
8CtlVltleS was limited by outside work she dxd find time to
mdulge that yen for records and dancmg Mechanical
mmded Judson also known as Red trled hrs hand at
sports but hked best to putter around m the auto shop and
to get shocks from electrlcal gadgets -illgusta who en
joyed such things sewed up her high school education
She partlcxpated nn Glee Club and G A C volleyball being
her favorlte sport Showing ability m many fields
Bobby mamtamed an outsxde Job her studies and showed
her dramatic and literary talents by membershxp xn the
Sophomore Dramatlc Club and on the Optrmlst
Row 6 One of the most versatile members of the class
Slim was ln nearly every actxvlty offered Class president
all three years she was also famous as Optxmxst edxtor and
checker player colossal With an even mixture of extra
currlcular actxvlty and academic work HPIPI1 had her
favorltes nn both flelds Active in band she also had a
preference for skatmg and for English As an enthuslas
tic sophomore lllllllllf' Joined Glee Club Rota Beta and
the Sophomore Dramatxc Club Her actxvmes for the three
years were kept on an even keel Tlllll partlclpated ln
football and wresthng not only ln school but as an outsxde
hobby too lean was secretary of her homeroom and ns
an expert at all kmds of stenographlc and office tasks She
also partrcnpated ln athletlcs D0l'lS S smllmg face and red
haxr became very promment around the school A very
happy future IS wished for her by her classmates
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Betty Kussurelrs Donald Lewns
Arlene La Combe Seymour Lxpnlck
Walter Landes Angehne Logothens
Mary Lou Larmee Robert Logothetls
George Lawton Donald Luedx
Eleanor Lehman Lucllle McCalla
Row I Athletxcally W allv covered the fleld and made
the hurdles emergmg from A A H S wlth a reputation as a
valuable football and track man 1-Forge showed a real
knack for sclence as well as for dramatxcs and the lxghter
slde of llfe He enjoyed hlgh school and lt enjoyed hrm
KFIHKIP dabbed m pamts nn D24 and as a make up
"artist for the junior and Senlor plays She also assxs d
m stage craft served on Omega and partlclpated m gxrls
athletics and so IFN S dream came true Thls sports
fan went out the door wxth her llterary recommendatlon
from the Optlmxst and Omega and ln her forenslcs a foun
datxon for a dramatlc future Bob hlmself was vlce
president of his home room but sports occupied the chair
man s posltlon on hrs councxl of mterests I llwl S hobby
was music, demonstrated by actlve partlcxpatlon m A Cap
pella and Glee Club but the scale was balanced by fun
m skatmg dancmg and tenms
Row 2 KUSIH danced her way through school catchmg
the step of more actlvltles than can be mentioned
'IFIGIIPS days were full of cheerfulness She dxdnt even
complain at bemg made secretary of her homeroom
Somethmg of an outdoor man Walt enjgyed gegloglcal
campmg trips whacklng away at rock formatlons and such
He also llked photography and stamp collectmg and plan
ned on bakery school ln the army That llarv I 0ll was
a good sport and a good sportsman needs no further proof
when you see that she was exceedxngly actlve m G A C and
cheerleaders club for three whole years Always on the
go I llddlPS established hxmself nn track and cross country
and found tlme to do a good job as home room president
and as Omega staff member l'l served as co edxtor of
the Optlmlst and an Omega staH member durmg her semor
year Her GAC actxvltxes however mcluded all three
years and every sport
Row 3 At home not only m the swxmmmg pool on the
tenms court and on the stage but also on the honor roll
DOI! made for himself a fine hxgh school record What
ever happens to 5PWlI0lll' ln the Navy hell meet xt with a
smxle While m AAHS he enjoyed mtramural wrestllng
and basketball Illglt' was mterested m Student Councxl
dramatlcs and sports Canoeing was her hobby
though Ifvli was called xnto the Army Axr Corps before
graduation he had many actwltles to hls credit Hrs partl
cular Interests were swxmmmg dramatlcs and musuc
Don got mto things wlth a bang He enjoyed all sports
partlcularly hunting and ice skatmg He was also interested
nn auto shop and readmg If findmg I UPIUPS partrcular
hugh school mterests were a math problem the threefold
answer would be academlcs sports and music
Row 4 I'l lllk left for the army durmg hrs senxor year
but had estabhshed hlmself and hxs good nature firmly ln
the memorxes of his classmates Buenos dlas wlth a
sm1le-that was IJIIIP A Spanxsh Club member, she was
also at ease m the swlmmmg pool or on the lce Quick
on the trxgger AI-'ll was ln Rxfle Club for three years, and
for a sxmnlar penod m ln G A C IIRFHIC could write her
own success story easily because of her actxvxtxes m
Scnbblers A prospectlve secretary RUNI too was a
member of Scrlbblers Club She was also active m G A C
and Rota Beta, whxle her hobby was muslc with especlal
emphasxs on the accorduon I 00 really scored durmg h1s
hugh school years through h1s partxclpatlon ln both football
and track He also was actlve on Student Councll and
Presxdent s Council
Row 5 XPIPIW was one of the cheermg fans who helped
to put A A H S athletlc teams on top Her favorxte specta
tor sports were baseball and basketball but for herself she
also lxked skating An outstandlng GAC girl, Joyce
made nearly every all star team there was She served
equally well on the stamps and bonds committee as a semor
Bill passed hls athletlc talents around participating m
track as a sophomore football when a jumor and cross
country durmg his senlor year Student Council and good
tlmes took hls spare time FIOSSW was a three year mem
ber of GAC, equally expert m basketball, baseball and
volleyball I' Iflllll' collects mmnature elephants as she a
Dewey fan I wonder? Besides thls hobby she has enjoyed
swxmmmg bowlmg and archery Full of life and fun
I'l0l'ld can remember hxgh school with pleasure not only for
her scholastxc attamments but also for the good times she
Row 6 Snap' the pxcture was taken and WIN-IRIS had
another of her candlds to show Besldes photography her
interests ran to baseball swxmmmg and skating WISH
was no green boy when It came to playing golf Besldes
havmg a three year record on the golf team he served two
years on the Student Councxl Pete dndn t have the lead
ln the junxor play but as a member of stagecraft he helped
put xt over He also partlclpated m boys glee club Op-
txmlst wrestling and football lim a regular football fan
could always be found cheermg at the AAHS football
games As a partlcxpant she preferred baseball and Eng
IS Pull was well noted throughout AA H S for his
musical talent He blew for three years as a regular mem
ber of the band and for a dance band on the sxde Dur
mg has spare tlme ROWIIII could be found on the nce rmk or
ln the water When xt came to school work he preferred
history and math classes
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Elayne Mrley Ralph Neelands
Dons Mrller Fred Nrckels
Elarne Mrller Golda Nordman
Kenneth Mrtchell John Ortman
Elarne Mueller Robert Ortman
Janet Mullreed Robert Ostroske
Row I H05 was out for golf for two years stepped up
hrs pace and went rn for cross country and rntramural
basketball Scrence Club and Omega provrded addrtronal
drversron Wlarw graduated wrth not only a fine scholastrc
record but also a fine collectron of mterests rncludrng stamp
collectrng travellrng skatmg and shorthand Iioh ran
many a lap durmg two years of track and shot many a bas
ket rn three years of basketball findrng trme too for base
ball football rce skating and model rarlroads and arrplanes
Trackrng down Phrl s hrstory at A A H S we found that
he took part rn track cross country and football Hrs wrn
ter specralty was rce hockey hrs ambrtron law For three
years Musrcran W all was a member of the band and of the
orchestra As a sophomore he sang rn Boys Glee Club
Nlrke was a member of Scrrbblers Club general chorus
and a volleyball team She also derrved pleasure from
dancrng and watchrng football
Row 2 Reporter Nl! lil? was a member of the Optrmrst
Staff and Scrrbblers She also partrcrpated rn assembly
plays enjoyed tennrs and has her eye on a career of desrgn
rn When free of class routrne U0l'lN spent much of
her spare trme durmg AAH S days at the bowlrng alley
or on the badmrnton court In there prtchrng for her
country Plain? took up voluntary nursrng as a junror and
as a senror served on the Stamps and Bonds Commrttee
She kept fit by GAC actrvrtres Off to a bang up
start Kell was Rrfle Club champ for 1942 and 1943 and
presrdent of the club as a senror at the same trme servrng
well on Student Councrl One of the most athletrc grrls
rn the class Ski rose to promrnence as GAC presrdent
She was also actrve rn Grrl Scouts Grrl Reserves and
Omega Vlllh S chref mterests were horses and horse
back rrdrng Art Club also occupred her trme
Row 3 On the reserve basketball team as a sophomore
I3-'WPI' jumped at the chance to play reserve football as
a junror He also served on the Student Councrl and the
NA B SIIIIN' drove out wrth a hole rn one He also
served on the Servrcemens Commrttee and held member
shrp rn the Rrfle Club Working rn Grrl Reserves the
first two years at hrgh school f olda had experrence also
rn Student Councrl She was always found cheerrng at
AA H S games l0hlll1lP garned hrs hold on hrgh school
when a sophomore rn wrestlrng Hrs rnterests were varred
and hrs enjoyment of lrfe was great Twrn brother lfrvb
was also able to clarm a fine record hrghlrghtrng Student
councrl Omega and sports Bob 0SlI'0Skl slrd through
hrs junror year on the baseball dramond and dance Hoor
and mto hrs senror year as a member of the Servrcemens
and Senror Prom Commrttees
Row 4 l'dl'klP was a member of Rota Beta and
Colonnade and co charrman of the Junror Prom Commrttee
In her Senror year she lent her gay presence to Student
Councrl War Projects Commrttee and Athletrc Board
There was no doubt about Rlllll S hobby musrc and srng
rng For three years hers was one of the vorces blended rn
A Cappella Chorr It was over the net for Stella Be
srdes volleyball bowlrng and baseball she was part of the
Stamps and Bonds Commrttee as a senror Rrdrng
through hrgh school at a steady gart llldlllid was rn athletrcs
and dramatrcs entertammg outsrde mterests rn musrc and
dancrng Lrterally on the ball Peles partrcrpatron
rn football basketball and tennrs was consrstent for three
years along wrth a year rn band Although Daud went
rnto the Navy before graduatron, he was remembered by
hrs classmates as quret and congenral Therr best wrshes
went wrth hrm
Row 5 l'0l'DW had two years rn Glee Club She al
ways found trme to engage rn her favorrte actrvrtres, bowl
rng and rce skatmg Vdl'l0Il was not rn the class durmg
her sophomore or junror years but adjusted herself well and
followed through rn fine style Always helpful rn the war
effort Val served on the Stamps and Bonds Commrttee
when she was a junror savmg trme of course for her hob
bres and other outsrde interests Breezrng through
hrgh awards BM had the prrceless qualrty of sportsmanshrp
rn her make up IH' crossed the flnrsh lrne rn track
shoes wrth hrs hrstory and physrcs books clutched rn one
hand Hrs hobby was arrplanes and he was rn the Crvrl
Arr Patrol Dare had a marked preference for out of
door actrvrtres Fly tyrng fishrng rn general and huntrng
head the lrst whrch also rncludes model arrplanes
Row 6 For three years ll0l't played first bass rn the
orchestra and he soon advanced from second to first rn
band A chem lab assrstant as a Junior he was famous for
hrs stamp of approval Cheers to Franny for actrve
hrgh school years Frgure skatmg art and Rrfle Club
showed her chref talents, but they were supplemented by
GAC and dramatrcs Three years rn GAC would rn
drcate NPPIZS preference for sports Durrng her trme here
she collected scads of material for her A A H S sport scrap-
book Pal S mterest rn musrc dramatrcs and art mdrcate
the desrgn of her hrgh school career whrch rncluded many
dramatrc actrvrtres Grrls Glee Club partrcrpatron and a
hrgh scholastrc record RHIKIO had a specral rnterest
for each of the three years She made a good crtrzenshrp
record for herself by her partrcrpatrorr rn Red Cross sew
mg and letter wrrtrng IOIS delrghted rn all phases of
scrence In sports her spectator sprrrt was of the calrbre
that really helps to wrn the game
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Row 1 Coming from St Louxs as a semor Red fol
lowed up her earlier 3CtlVltl8S xn muslc and cheer leadmg
wxth her efforts on the Stamps and Bonds Committee
Lees mterests and abllltles were varled He skated qulte
easlly through school, and the class predxcted the same
smooth progress for the future Socks scored m mtra
mural play during hls sophomore and jumor years Both
basketball and baseball were his speclaltxes Outside work
took his time as a semor Whenever GAC was domg
somethmg LOU!!! was right there helping Her Interests
were xn the gym and the rxfle range How dw also had has
flmg at sports, namely tenms, bowling, and golf Hrs sclen
tlflc 3bllltl9S as well as his excellent scholastic record de
serve speclal note I 0lS headed the Socxal Commxttee as
a semor but that was not all she was known for Gxrls
clubs, Optlmlst and assemblies all went to compose her
hugh school career
Row 2 One of the best "all round athletes ln the class,
Bud starred xn basketball and baseball and was also on the
football team He left for the Army ln Aprll Wlarlalllle
was always present to cheer for AAHS Her energetxc
splrlt m other school actlvltles was applled ln Colonnade
Spamsh Club Optlmlst and Omega A fine skater U
dxrected his outside actlvxtnes toward sports in general He
was on the second football team as a semor Taking up
golf m his jumor year Dlfk placed this game at the top of
has sports llst, although basketball and skatmg dxdnt lag
far behmd Red loved to sklm along over the dance
floor and skating nnk Havmg a practlcal bent too, she
served on the Stamps and Bond Commlttee B011 was a
well known figure around A A H S , recognxzed for outstand
1ng work on the basketball team and on Student Council
Row 3 01140 ADH 5 sophomore and jumor actlvxtles were
centered m girls clubs, malnly GA C Rota Beta and
Colonnade As a semor she rounded thls out wlth Sclence
and Spamsh Clubs L0UlS0 was a Glrl Reserve durmg
her sophomore year, but had no reserve m her enjoyment
of sports music English, and hlstory Three years mem
bershxp 1n Modem Dance gave R080 A111121 that graceful
step She carrled numerous other actlvxtles, such as debat
mg A Cappella G A C Optnmxst, and Omega
Nhmldllv was also prominent m G AC She took a shot
at all sports but scored hlghest rn basketball 50hIl00
says he spent part of has spare txme leammg how to beat
the system The rest he spread over qulte a wrde range of
mterests, the major one bemg sports Wrestlmg three
years of leammg Nlel got a hold m h1s sophomore and jun
xor years, and put radxo on the mat as a semor He left for
the Servlce m Aprxl
Grace Ann Schanz
Row 5 Row 6
Charles Smnth John Stentzel
Glorla Smxth Gwendolyn Stevens
Maurlce Smlth Sally Stoddard
Esther Soll Frleda Stratos
Arlene Staudenmaler Robert Strlcklen
Alton Steeb Rxchard Stuckman
Row 4 The recordmg of Nan 5 hxgh school career would
play back the story of partlcxpatlon m Dramateers, Rota
Beta Colonnade and a major part ID sports Bobs
favorxte subject was Amerncan history Hls own hlstory
runs ln the athletlc field wlth emphasis on basketball base
ball and 1ce skatmg 060l'g0S reclpe for happlness
would call for an even mixture of academlcs and extra
currxcular 8CtlV1tlES She was fond of sports especially
swxmmmg Bdfb was another 1ce skating addlct Basket
ball was her favonte sport, and she played a good game
oo Whenever one saw Alive she was either smgmg or
smllmg both of whlch she dld extremely well Dramatlcs,
Spamsh and Omega occupxed hlgh places ln her mterest
Cilfhle kept her hlgh school years on an even keel
Her speclal lnterests were dancing and sports
Row 5 fhllfk 9 major mterest was football, although he
went out for It only 1n hls sophomore year He also enjoyed
the study of radlo and math Always happy and reliable
fIl0l'l2- was a pleasure to know, whether you came across
her an Scrxbblers Club, G A C or just ln everyday relation
ships A llghtwelght Smit!! was a pmdown boy on
served on Student Council the third year Runmng her
fingers over the keyboard of school llfe ESUIOI' composed
a harmonious melody blended of math sports Omega, and
general good fellowship 5f0dl0 enjoyed hlgh school
Her experlence mcluded Rifle Club G A C Dramateers and
a whole hearted pursult of history and bxology Managing
a successful high school career Steeb also managed track
cross country basketball, Optxmlst advertlsxng and Student
Council funds He could even manage hls teachers
Row 6 J0hll was one of the more studxous Hls hobby
was baseball, he was mterested m Scout work and he served
on a semor class commlttee And how he could rmg up
those cafeteria trays' Interested ln dramatlcs as a future
081011 showed talent ln the jumor play Also mterested m
sports she voted basketball and volleyball her favorites
Sally left the halls of hugh school wlth a book full of actlvlty
to her credxt Although her mterests were varied she
pursued each wxth a wmnmg splrxt Frlll was ln many
actnvmes chuef of which were noon hour commxttee
Spamsh Club and typmg for the Optxmlst B053
preference dunng hxs hugh school days seemed to be me
chamcal He believed nn good txmes and dxdnt neglect to
have many of them As a sophomore Dlvk jomed the
band and played basketball As a semor he served on Stu
dent Councxl and enjoyed sallmg as an outslde actlvxty
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Row I Another trxm GAC member NOFHIA part1c1
pated m hockey volleyball basketball and baseball each
season She also belonged to Scrlbblers Club and was on
the semor play txcket commxttee UOII!-Z made the most
of hrs opportumtxes by achlevmg a fme scholastic record and
partlcnpatmg ln many actlvmes chlef of which were dramat
rcs and band Durmg hxs stay at AAHS USHII'
proved hls general ablllty Two years each m Rlfle Club
dramatxcs football and Omega showed h1s varied mterests
Although Beth S Job prevented membershxp ln many
school actlvltxes lt dxdn t shorten her hst of mterests which
mcludes bowlmg archery and good movres illdrvt
grew more actrve as tlme went on In her sophomore year
she was a member of only the Glee Club but as a junior
she went out for hockey and volleyball too 5 ll
wrestled his way through school Hrs haunt was the Op
tlmlst Office He was also on Student Council as a Junior
Row 2 IPIIIIIN' S talents ran rn many fields chief of which
were literary and athletxc the proof bemg her accompllsh
ment on Optxmlst and Omega and ln GAC Plllllil?
saved her best t1ll the last Her semor year found her on
Student Council and Optlmlst Her hobby was fashxons
A spurt brought HPIOII mto the class Graduatlng a semes
ter ahead of schedule dxd not hmder her actnvxty however
which she displayed ln G A C debating and Glee Club and
wmmng essay prizes Coming from Illlnols as a Junior
lat found her calllng on the soclal commlttee when she
was a semor Palntmg skatmg and swlmmlng were her
preference for outside actxvlty Wllma parumpated In
volleyball Scrxbblers and semor play Lxstenlng to good
musxc and readlng always brought her pleasure
outdoor man KPIUI doted on huntmg and fishmg In Chlca
go he played football and belonged to rifle and track teams
Here he contlnued his aptxtude by playmg football for
A A H S
Row 3 Herb was qulet but active Swimming was hls
favorite pastlme and drawmg hls most conspxcuous talent
llllk was a promment athlete throughout hxs years m
high school Baseball basketball and football were hxs
sports and he was known best for his semor basketball
work Champion ln tenms skatmg and swxmmmg
Um' was also tops among her schoolmates One can t
xmagme Student Councll wlthout her after three years of
whole-hearted endeavor chmaxed by the presrdency
lllllPS mterest m horseback rxdmg hockey baseball and
basketball helped her round out the regular Ann Arbor High
routine 090120 managed the second football team as a
sophomore Hrs work w1th model alrplanes finally msplred
htm to enter 3VI3tl0h ln a blg way Army Arr Force style
HPICII cut a record for herself as clear as the lce she
skated on Her actlvltles xn hlgh school were vaned but
Ice skatmg was her prlde and joy
Row 4 Yrdllk was a quiet chap who liked to read He
enjoyed trappmg and huntlng and was xnclmed toward me
channcal and agrxcultural subyects Bob Jumped the gun
by appearlng ln the semor play when he was a sophomore
answering the call for someone small ln stature He was
very actlve ln athletics Phtllls left school before gradua
tlon but she wxll be remember by the rest of the class for
her Jolly smile and her frxendly manner Charles came
to AAHS from Ypsllantl nn September and wlthdrew ln
February His greatest mterest lay nn mdustrlal arts and
at auto mechamcs he was a whxz lflfklf rolled a strlke
lh all of her undertakings 1n high school She bowled,
skated and swam every chance she got and dld well m
these as rn everything As a semor fly de was a member
of the Student Actnvxtles Committee He llked good books
and enjoyed working wlth wood and radlo and for relaxa
txon a twlrl on the lce
Row 5 For three years VMJ was active ln dramatlcs as
a member of the Dramateers and Masquers She served
twxce on the Council and was nn the Badminton Club
The Cherry Street Flash made herself best known for
her fine work nn the Jumor and semor plays 5QUll'f9
AM mterests were Optimist and semor class her PM
mterests soclal lloftle contrlbuted her bit to the
school s war effort by servmg on the Servlceman s Commlt
tee Her hobby was collectlng pencils her favorxte sport
bowlmg l'l0l'9INO enjoyed athletlcs and girls clubs She
was ln Colonnade durmg her Junxor year and for two years
was m G A C Though Nanu was not behmd the foot
lxghts m the semor play she served valxantly on the tlcket
commlttee G AC and Colonnade contrxbuted to her pleas
ure Outstandmg m several sports RUSH' might be seen
either drlbblmg down the court with a basketball or wxeld
mg a tenms racquet Student and Presldents Councils also
had the benefit of hls endeavor
Row 6 Active and talented m dramatxcs Sue could well
arm toward Hollywood She belonged to Spanish Club
Colonnade and GAC BPH set the pace for the band
as drum major and set hrs own pace for hugh school when a
sophomore in band orchestra and Sophomore Dramatxcs
He worked steadfastly on the Omega too Hal spent
hxs first two years just enjoylng hlmself but as a semor he
Jomed the Optxmust stafl' and was elected to the Presldents
Councxl Kudrew dndn t sung for her supper she sang
because she enjoyed xt In addltlon to her numerous musical
8CtlVltl9S she was home room presldent Smgmg xn A
Cappella was Ruth S chxef interest Student Council clarmed
her attentlon as secretary and she still found time for
Spanish Club and sports The smllmg person behmd the
mformatlon desk handlmg stamps and bonds for three years
was BPH! XIII! She also worked on the Prom Commlttee
and m Sophomore Dramatlcs
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Wlsely Robert Ware
Row 1 George should well be able to take care of him
self after hrs nfle club expenence Hxs hobbxes were auto-
motxve mechanlcs and mob basketball Personahty plus
described W llll0 For three years she participated ln
GAC She also belonged to Sophomore Dramatrc Club
Masquers Student Councll and Socnal Commxttee
Splash' They were off wlth lllll right up m front after
three years on the swxmmmg team At home on the farm
or m the lab agriculture and scrence were h1s specral pur
sults Interested chlefly m a good time BUG always took
hfe as xt came He enjoyed auto shop and sports most of
the school actlvltles Jim started hrs hxgh school days
as a member of Student Councxl m tenth grade Hrs favorite
sport was hockey but he also liked to swim and skate
Pest came from St Thomas Hugh as a Junior and swung
rlght mto actlvltxes In her spare time she delights in smg
mg and dancmg
Row 2 Spendmg her first two hxgh school years m the
West T3-Sh travelled a long way to Ann Arbor and con
tmued to travel along the road of success durmg her semor
year H0019 was a consistent wmner ln G A C for three
years Not only a Rlfle Club sharp shooter she enjoyed
strapping a saddle ln the summer Energetic and full
of fun l5l3lYl0 made herself known around the school m
Rota Beta Colonnade and Omega She preferred hlstory
and math along the academlc lme B011 sklpped semor
year to enter a special U program whxch gave him a high
school dlploma and put hrm mto engine school by spnng
Band was has dxsh both ln hxgh school and college
Ut should be understood that not all whose pictures
appear in the senior section will be actually
graduating in 1une.j
FRANK BRAATZ, December 10 1923-April 30 1941
RoBER'r BUSHNELL, October 24 1926-May 25 1941
HARRY JAEGER, August 28 1924-February 16 1941
WALTER SELLARS PATRICIA CRANDALL JOAN SLATER
Presrdent Vxce Presldent Secretary
THE JUNIORS must be recogmzed for the part they have taken m Ann Arbor
Hlgh s affalrs They have been actlve m athletlcs socxal events muslcal orgamza
tlons and war work
They elected Walter Sellars for the1r presldent but when Walt Jomed the
Navy Pat Crandall the v1ce presldent assumed hls dUt1eS
Clarence the junxor class play was truly a great success It 1S surprxslng that
none of the cast has received Hollywood offers One of the highlights of the year
was the Junlor Prom whlch was held ln the MlChlgaH League ballroom Such
All m all the class of 45 have glven us defimte proof that they w1l1 be able to
accompllsh the tasks whmch w1ll greet them when they find themselves out m
front next fall We wlsh these semors of 1945 all the best of luck and happmess
JUNIOR HIGH AND MIGHTIES
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Fitz erald Rlchard
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GEORGE BLACK ARTHUR ZILL MARY BELLE JAMES
Preszdent Vlce President Secretary
THE SUPHIJ UHES
THE SOPHS that entered Ann Arbor Hlgh School last fall dldn t waste a mmute
before pltchmg 1nto the school act1v1t1es They got a runmng start by attendmg
the Sophomore Party wh1ch was held October 13 m order to glve them an op
portumty to become better acquamted
Members of the class of 46 have found places on all school teams and musxcal
orgamzatlons have run thelr own dramatlcs club Wlg and Masque fyou remem
ber the assembly presented by that peppy groupj and have become efficlent
representatlves of thelr homerooms on varxous all school commlttees They have
partlcxpated loyally 1n Red Cross work and other war act1v1t1es Also many of
the names of members of thxs youngest class have appeared on the honor roll
each five week perlod showmg that they are not slackers when lt comes to schol
It IS ardently to be hoped that when the class of 46 leave Ann Arbor Hlgh
School, the world may be at peace Keepmg th1s m mmd, they mtend to take full
advantage of the opportumtles offered them durmg then' Hlgh School career,
that they may play an lmportant role ln the post war world
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Mary Jo Fisher
Donn Diamond Robert Dressel Richard Fahrner
Mary Allce Hutton
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NEW STUDENTS END SEMESTER
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NEW 'ETUUENTS SEEIINIJ SEMESTER
Front row lei! lu rzght F Hewitt l0b J Case l0b C Meyer l0b H Procknow
D Rutledge l0b B Eldson l0b F Wnllxams l0b Cv Evangelxdes 10h B Brown
L Fletcher ltla
2nd row L Roberts lllb V Stout l0b A Sano l0b J Zoellner l0b G Wllllams
C Sayre lUh I Fenner l0b B Badger l0b B Thomas l0b J Steeb 10h B Ross
D Yates lllb N Navarre l0b
3rd row B Case l0b I DeMltchell l0b B Cvrxfhths l0b J Sprague l0b S Pmel
R Wemmann l0b C Stuart l0b T Walker l0b E Koebmck l0b K King llb
E Alber l0b I Rayburn l0b E Sumner l0b D Snyder l0b N Smoclt l0b
5th nm C1 Hepner l0b R Stdebottom 10a D Forn l0b I Feldhauser 10h A Rice
D Wagner 10h P Hodges l0b L Chuck l0b S Meyer l0b I Platten lla
6th row I Hathaway l0b D Curd l0b M Lamb 10a G Yerkes 10a B Mursma l0b
M Wanty lllh I Walker l0b V Lautenslager lOa M Bemxs l0b E Daley l0b H
7th row J Veberhorst l0b R Brassfxeld l0b S Johnson l0b R Uhlendorf l0b Cv Teed
l0b M Snyder l0b D Mlller 1Ob
fflh row N Schnelder l0b B Zahn l0b R wylfth l0b J Pew l0b S Barnard l0b
91h row F Nordman l0b S Newman l0b E Cook l0b V Zahn l0b D Fox l0b
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Thxs country IS now ln the mlddle of the thlrd year of World War II By
thxs tlme the hves of ltS c1t1zens have been trlmmed to the pattern of war
Hlgh school students llke everyone else are l1Vll'lg more strenuously than
ever before In order to do thelr best IU school at themr jobs and ln
thexr many contr1but1ons to the war effort they must keep thelr bodles Et
Th1s school has promoted physlcal fitness programs ln physlcal educatlon
the currlculum The student of today has been mtroduced to v1tam1ns mln
erals protems etc through sclence and home economlcs classes He IS
aware that lf he 15 to meet adequately the sxtuatlons that confront hlm good
physxcal cond1t1on 15 lndlspensable
classes. Sports, always a stimulus to good health, have continued to enliven
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VICTOR Y SHOTS
All State Bud crouches to
Bob has 'ns eye on the ball
Walt sprmts for the goal
Congratulatxons Art ole boy
says Kxp as they squmt ap
proval at the score board
Harmon has nothmg on Bob
for snaky hnps
Center C. a p t a 1 rv Cnllespxe
toothy grln spells VICTORY
HIP AND IJIJBBYS 521 CHAMPS
FOOTBALL has always been the sport of sports in Ann Arbor both for players
and spectators Coached by Knp Taylor and Dobbxe Drake two of the fmest
IH the busmess and captalned by Art Gxllesple an able leader and a great team
man th1s years squad had an undefeated and untxed season the hrst slnce 1909
The school IS justly proud of the SA crown and the mythlcal state champ1on
shlp won by these fighting Ploneers
The first real test came wlth the prevlously undefeated Quakers from
Lansmg After a first quarter that was all Eastern Ann Arbors Hashy scatback
Walt Sellars spearheaded an attack that netted four touchdowns and a 26 12
The trad1t1on 11 battle wlth Jackson agam proved to be the typlcal knock em
down drag em out affalr that these two teams have always produced Comlng
from b h1nd tw1c Ann Arbor flnally came out the wlnner 20 13 As flnal proof
of the1r gr1d1ron supremacy the Ploneers placed five men on the A11Fxve A
team Walt Sellars Art Gxllesple Floyd Green B111 Hoelzer and Bob Hollway
The rest of the first strlng team Ed H1rth Dan Eskm Bob Walterhouse Bobby
Conner Tom Lemble and Kelth Mlller were glven second team and honor
able mentlon awards
Floyd Green one of the mamstays of our l1ne for the past two years recexved
the highest honor posslble by be1ng named tackle on all of the All State teams
The team unanlmously chose Walt Sellars to lead them through the 1944
season Unfortunately for AAHS Walt jomed the Navy and wont be around
next year but Walt wlll make as fine a record for hls country as he dxd for
Ann Arbor Hlgh
lst Team Schedule
End Team Schedule
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Ann Arbor vs. Port Huron ....... 27-12 October 1
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FOOTBALL FIRST TEAM
Front row H Otto R Kretzschmar J Drake G Hllla H Platt G Black
Second row D Eskm T Lemble R Hollway K Mlller W Sellars A Gxllesple F Greene
W Hoelzer R Conner E Hxrth R Walterhouse
Third row Coach Dobble Drake W Folske R Phelps P Hume E DeV1ne C Mann
T Kxttle R Wxessler L Nxethammer Coach Krp Taylor
Fourth row W Koebmck J Bauer M Kaercher W Peterson N Falcone G Royce M
Newton C Pfxtzenmaler G Butler CMgrj
Frith row E Hertler L McQu1ston R Rogers R Glbson D Robmson W Flemmmg
D Holcombe F Crawford
FOOTBALL SECOND TEAM
Front row A Salovy G Flelds R Hanselman J Bryant E Glllesple R Landis F Schmrrl
C OGrady R Kmght S Attwood M Edman
Second row W Frey R Hager L Etzel R Boman D Dlldme M Smith M Kmght R
Trombley P Helm D Wllder T Doman G Fletcher
Third row R Ufer A Lansky H Morrlson D Wllson R Weber J Podesta R Schultz
W Kaylor C Gray R Cole S Tschxltz H Clymer R Spencer G Rudness
Fourth row E Grxmes K Newton C Rothfuss W Rxskey A Z1ll N Reel J Scott W
Gregg R Cole B Tappe R Wxllxams P Myers
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PUFF' Ugh' Slgh' Dont worry rt IS only the boys physlcal fitness class lettmg
Slnce way last fall these senlors have been trymg to bu1ld themselves mto
superhuman speclmens of mascullne pulchrltude Now lt remalns for the glrls
to declde whether they were successful Messrs Hollway Drake Rudness and
Sm1th went to work on the boxs w1th hearts full of glee On l:lI'l1Sl'11Ug the course
one lad was heard to mutter After thls the Commandos w1ll be a c1nCh
THIS year found the Ploneer cagers startmg off wxth a new coach George Rud
ness was the man and the boys pronounce hlm one swell guy He dxd a good
Job wlth the materlal at hand
Startlng out w1th an mexperlenced qulntet he was further Jolted to see three
of hls best players lost by mld year graduatlon Captam Bob Schalrer Bud
Royce and Bob Hollway Al Beatt1e and jack Bauer were elected co captalns
for the rest of the year Although It was hard to find a wmnmg comblnatlon
the season was offlclally a success followlng the smashmg vlctory over Jackson
Then Bauer Beattxe and Bob Conner were not avaxlable for the regxonals
Wlth thls fmal handlcap xt was not surprlsmg that the team was defeated by
Lanslng Sexton 1n the first game of this tournament
Although the w1ns dldnt balance the losses nevertheless a fine fellow led
an eager bunch of boys through an mterestmg schedule
ton R Conner W Flemmmg
Second row R Wellmgton A Beattie R Hollway G Royce J Bauer R Twmmg D
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California oranges Texas cactus
We play jackson rust for practice
safety for the cheers must go through Coaxed and urged on by Mary Lou Larmee Helen
Bement and Mary Lou Young the soJnd is scarcely audible but soon the 'volume is in
creased a thousand fold by the arrisal of Rosemary Phillips with hand grenades Under the
leadership of Tom Fitzgerald these cheer leaders ha'-e really been solid senders
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Judson G Lawton L Hmz L
Pratt P Mercado R Dressel
Second row Mr Ryan R Kes
sler A Blerlem R johnson
Front row left to right W
Koehler W Upthegrove D
Lexus E Glllespre L Gxlles
Second rov. P Mason E De
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Grllespxe J Wmkler
Third row R Wagner R
Wxessler D Holcombe D Ott
mar R Gibson I Bryant R
Baker Dohble Drake
DDLE J MPEH5
THIS years cross country team was workmg under a de
clded dlsadvantage To the Armed Forces they lost not
only thelr captam but several other able runners How
ever Coach Ryan called Tlm by the fellows buxlt one
of the finest most hard flghtlng teams m the hlstory of the
school Anyone from that team w1ll tell you that they had
to fight for every pomt they got
Th1s year the tradrtxonal two m1le run was a great factor
rn physxcal hardenmg At least two hours were spent every
night ln condxtlonmg and at the end of the season every
man on the team was m perfect trrm
Although they took fourth ln the SA they are all proud
of the team and awaltlng for another chance next season
to run under their new captam Roger Kessler
THE SWIMMING TEAM was led thrs year by Co captam
Don Lewls smce Co captam Alan Pearsall had left for the
Navy At the begmnmg of the year the outlook was rosy
for a smashmg season But the wlthdrawal from school
of Dean Wrltse Bob Walterhouses change to basketball
and the loss of Art Glllepsre Bob Wersler and Dlck Ben
son at the close of the first semester changed the outlook
to a more somber hue Several outstandmg sophomores
however came through nn fine fashxon for Dobble namely
Ed Glllesple Lxonel Glllesple Walter Koehler and Bull
Havlng no pool of their own the Ann Arbor swlmmers
had to practice under the worst condltrons of any class A
school m the state Nevertheless Coach Drakes splashers
broke even ln dual competltlon and placed fourth ln the
5 A meet held at Jackson Whlle th1S record IS not as glow
mg as those made by prevlous Pxoneer teams xt IS an
admirable one consldermg the many setbacks and handl
caps under whrch the boys worked
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BASEBAI I TEAM
Front row left to right G
Black B Atamxan E Sumner
G Lxska D Robmson R Con
ner R Walterhouse J Strle
ter D Eslun
Second row Coach Gary R
Bossemeyer C McFadden E
Gnmes W Metzger H Fred
rck G Hllla A Z1
Shewman R Hager A Gxlles
Front row left to rrght R
Meacham T Judson D Mak
nelskx R Stuckman P Mer
cado W Handler H Platt L
McQu1ston E Devnne B Wxl
Second row D Botsford W
Koehler C Dxckerson L Pratt
R johnson D Cole R Bra
shares Coach Ryan C Alber
R Phllllps E Judson C Chad
wxck B Clymer E Glllespxe
A Frank L Hmz R Spencer
LED by scrappy Bobby Conner the P1oneer baseball squad
fought the1r way through an eleven game schedule We
cant tell you how they came out smce the Omega went to
press before the season ended
Don Gary fugltxve from the Engllsh Department proved
to be an excellent add1t1on to the coachmg staff HIS caustlc
wxt and knowledge of the Natlonal Pastlme proved mvalu
able ln moldmg a team
Besldes Conner playlng at thlrd base Gary had flve
veterans to work wlth Danny ESklU at first base lead off
man Bob Walterhouse Art Zxll and Bob Bossemeyer hurl
ers and Ed Hlrth at catch Hlrth was especlally brllllant m
steadymg a wobbly pltchmg staff
The SA schedule was abbrevxated to four games plus
one other non league game wlth jackson Home and home
engagements were arranged w1th Ypsl Central Chelsea
HAHHIEH5 RUN WILD
The Ann Arbor Hlgh track team had good reason to
by Capt B111 Haxdler mdoor record holder of the hlgh
hurdles, and boastmg such returmng lettermen as Phll
Mercado and Lee MCQU1StOD the team at once gave evx
dence that 1944 would be one of the best track years 1n the
Many good sophomores and Junlors were among the
large squad The man to watch ln future seasons IS Bob
Wxlllams brllllant sophomore hurdler A b1g pomt gamer
has been the 880 yard relay team composed of Platt
McQu1ston Mercado and Haxdler
Wxth seven consecutlve VICIOYIGS behmd them when the
Omega went to press the teams goal the SA champlon
shlp looked llke a certamty
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Kneelrng left to rrght H Ross
G Fletcher F Nrckels
Kessler D Ottmar L Beck
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Standmg Coach Rudness D
Hrldrnger S Tschrltz R Kuhn
R Maulbetsch L Wolf L
Shaw G Berrldge N Kazarm
off R Galloway D Space N
Smock R Willoughby N Na
Front row Ie!! to rrght D
Yates S Attwood A Lansky
Second row W Heath R
Wellmgton G Sandenburgh
W Peterson R Wagner
Third row D West Dobble
Drake Jack Drake .I Bryant
R Baker R Dressel D Lexus
Mlssmg from plcture P Kok
IJ .IINX THE LINX
After last year s very successful season Ann Arbor Hrgh s
golf team looked forward to an even better team th1s year
under the new coach George Rudness The teams one
mam dlsadvantage was not the lack of partlclpants but
the lack of men experrenced m tournament golf It boasted
only one returnlng letterman Captam Roger Kessler Last
year as a sophomore Roger made a fine showmg Of about
hrs same calrbre was Dale Ottmar always a conslstent low
shooter Other members who looked llke hopefuls for the
other three berths of the flve man team were Leroy Beck
man Fred Nrchols john Dames George Fletcher Dallas
Space and Norbert Navarre
Th1s years schedule was a very full one for wartlme
wrth jackson probably the toughest opponent The sched
ule was as follows
5 A Meet
NETTEH5 LUVE THEIR HAEHET
WITH s1x returmng lettermen from last year the 1944
tenms team was destmed to have a very successful season
Dual meets were scheduled wlth Adrlan Ypsllantl Cen
tral Ypsllantx Roosevelt and Monroe as well as each of
the 5A schools except Battle Creek The chmax of the
season was the SA meet whlch was held May 27 ln Lansrng
Captalned by George Sandenburgh and wrth Ward
Peterson Charles Gallup Roger Wellmgton B111 Heath
and Don LEWIS from the 1943 team lt was one of the
most evenly balanced teams m recent years Among the
more promlsmg sophomores were Bob Dressell Don Yates
Stanley Attwood B111 Upthegrove and jack Drake
Coach Dobble Drake had scheduled two matches a
week to round h1s squadron mto condrtlon for the 5A meet
Under Mr Drake th1s team was expected to brmg the SA
champlonshlp back to Ann Arbor
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THEY PIJHEET THEIR GLAMUUB
THE GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB better known as G A C, ns the
trammg ground for tomorrow s Waves Wacs and Manners
Nowadays pomts are essentxal to health not only at the
grocery store but also as a means of determmmg the awards
of the G A C 1n scholarshxp leadershlp and athletxc ab111ty
Archery badmmton, basketball bowlmg golf hockey
horseshoes, xce skatmg, modern dance, rxdmg shuflleboard
softball swlmmmg, table tennxs, and tenms are offered to
all glrls for partxclpatlon exther 1nd1v1dually or mtramurally
wrlte up m the club sectlon of the Omega
Among GAC hxghllghts for th1s year was the selling
of refreshments at the football games Under the able
leadershlp of Jean Henne, weather was of no lmportance
to the glrls who added that extra touch Nor will the
glrls forget thexr Pot Luck held 1n appreclatlon of services
rendered at the football games
The Barn Dance sponsored by the G A C added varlety
to the dances held at school It mtroduced square dances
qulte a novelty Students attendlng Gyms Barn Dance
ventured to say xt was one of the best partmes of the year
Thus, mspxred by Mlss Hamman and under the dlrec
txon of Elame Mueller presxdent Jean Henne, VICE presl
dent and Betty Lou Rose secretary treasurer, the GAC
has had a year of Gayety and Calxsthemcs
G A L AWARDS
Front row left to right C
Bxlakos M Buell O Bllakos
L Haynes H Cazepls A Stull
M Johnston R Phxllxps
Second row A Knox A
Powers J Henne B Curtls R
Schmerlmg B Kussurehs E
Mueller P Hatch B Rose
Third row F Radford D Bld
dle Mxss Hamman D Beatty
M Watkms B Cox
B Rose B Curtis P Hatch
E Mueller P Hatch
Front row S Stoll M Johns
ton E Ehms
Back row B Jung H Nlet
hammer N Llndeman
Heckman J Fyfe C Fmk
bemer B Metz D Cooch
R Schmerlmg A Powers
F Kokmakos E Mordsky J
Smith G Kern R Fisher M
Kokales J Bennett M Hleber
J Henne D Beatty H Cazepls
First pxcture B Pannabecker
S Donnelly A Stull D De
Groff Mlss Hammann
Second picture A Stull S
Donnelly M Lamb M John
ston C Bnlakos D DeGroff B
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ever one thmg has been left ln the open No one has found a way or wanted
to find a way to keep morale from golng up
Musu. plays publlcatlons clubs dances and after school act1v1t1es all
add up to the word morale Ann Arbor Hlgh School IS unlted by many of
these act1v1t1es whlch bmd the students together In splte of the fact that
more boys and glrls are workmg outsmde of school than ever before the bulldxng
has been hummmg wlth Cooperatwe enterpmses and good tlmes
It 15 easy to see that ln A A H S as far as morale IS concerned the s
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H FFEHS A D PUFFEHS
.HH THE BA D
A band IS a musical tradition in almost every high school
Without a band a school would not have much spirit
Under the able leadership of Mr Charles M Yates our
band has keyed Ann Arbor High morale to match our
winning football team Contributing much to this boost of
loyalty were our very attractive twlrlers headed by
rhythmic Ben Wheatley Majorettes Barbara Gates
Yvonne Willis, Martha Church and Lollle Jones did some
very nice high stepping indeed
After the football season rolled by basketball fans were
entertamed and stimulated by the volunteer pep band
under the direction of student conductor Ben Wheatley
Between these workouts at the games, the entire band
played for PTA bond rallies, Junior high school assem
blles, two complete Ann Arbor Hlgh School assemblies
two public concerts, and the May Festival ln H111 Audi
Band members were duly rewarded for thelr arduous
actlvltles, for they won five All State Band positions The
five winners were Paul Mason, W1ll1am Penn, Bradley
Stevens, Williametta Spencer, and Jack Grimston The
group also won two firsts Charles Pryor and W1ll1am Penn
and two seconds, Wllllaffletta Spencer, and Paul Mason,
This unusual record of accomplishments was undoubted
ly due ln part to the efficiency of the oflicers President
Ben Wheatley, secretary Barbara Smith treasurer, Wil
ham Penn, llbrarians, Darlene Eschllman and Betty jean
Pannabecker and managers, Walter Metzger Charles
Pryor and Wllllafn Penn
UNDER the enthusiastic direction of Miss Green Ann Arbor
High School has the largest orchestra that it has had for
several years Part of the group the string section of about
twenty people met every day
The orchestra has played for both the senior and Junior
plays and for the operetta A massed orchestra composed
of groups from all the high schools in southeastern Michi
gan played m the spring
This years officers were Celeste Ruby president Gene
vieve Shanklm manager, and Mary Ann Graham treas
BAND 1 top pictureb
Tvurlers left Io Hgh! M
Church B Wheatley L Iones
ron! ron Keller
Stexens I Lyons N Good
Second row B Upthegroxe B
Conch B Pannabecker B Mar
shall D Schmidt P Mason
B Cuthbert D Kaercher I
Klser W Penn N Reel B
Smith R Fmkbexner
Third row R Phillips B Hep
burn D Eschliman D Gallo
way A Strongman W Spencer
Fourth row I Cheyne
Grimston W Metzger T Iud
son M Alexander E Grimes
F Thomas F Teachout
Frith row G Bxsson H Hob
son D Mullreed G Whitney
D Swift H Prochnow C
Frrst row fcrrcularb Violins
G Shanklm L Townley M
Hurlbut B Hamilton Flute
B Stevens Oboe R Fink
belner Cellos A Sano B
Smith Violas L Wagner C
Second row icrrcularb Violms
M Edwards R Yarmam M
Iohnson I Carson Clarlnets
B Pannabecker R Galloway sI
Wolf? W Spencer Bassoon
S Pmel A Strongman D
Eschllman Cornet W Penn
P Mason D Kaercher Trom
bone W Metzger Cello D
Wentworth Violas I Steeb
E Larmee G Turner
Thrrd row fstandmgb lei! to
nghr Basses C Coglizer M
Graham C Pryor Plano D
Hlldmger Timpani C Meyers
Conductor Miss Green
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Front row left to right U
Clymer J McCarty C Branch
M Schalrer M Johnston R
Schmerlmg H Anez J Eddy
B Neutz A Sxpperley Mxss
Second row H Platt
Johnson M Lamb P Kulp R
Whlttemore E Gleason M
Buchanan J Cummms F Rad
ford R Davxs I Standbnlge
C Bllakos J Davndson
Thrrd row W Shannon R
Logothetxs R Wxllxams H
Fredenck J Ueberhorst A
Koernke E Davls S Morten
son L Bauer C McFadden
R Landes W Gutekunst R
Wllloughby D Wxlder L
Schalrer J Jahnke
Front row S Crandell R
Fnsher B Hepburn M Wilson
B Davidson T Hopper I
Perkins N Schne1der O Bray
M Kokales G Kern L Gad
berry B Whxte
Third row S Donally F Erd
man D Blakeslee F Kaufman
Fourth row P Sorolxs O
Frith row C Warren M Wat
kms D Dlce D DeWolf J
At prano Mlss Grentzer
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
Front row M Snyder S John
ston P Hodges J Walker D
Waters K Ramsay
Second row V Stout E
Bryan D Daum R Uhlendorf
M Wanty J Bromley
Third row B Mursmna H
Ralford E Krapf S Barhard
G Teed N Townsend
Fourth row E Cossollas P
Herman J Buell D Muller I
E PELL EHUIH
RAPID PROGRESS was the keynote of the 1944 A Cappella
Cholr Dlrected by MISS Rose Mar1e Grentzer It repre
sented Ann Arbor Hlgh credxtably at many c1v1c funct1ons
durmg the year, In addltlon to the excellent performance
lt gave for the MlChlgaH State Vocal Assoclatlon In Janu
ary The cholr played a major part In the presentation of
the operetta The Pzrates of Penzance The members of
A Cappella also gave a speclal performance and tea for
the1r parents and frlends who rarely had the opportunity
to hear them
TA DU EHUIH
CANTANDO CHOIR was the name selected for a newly
orgamzed group of gxrls smgmg under Mlss Grentzers
baton Startmg at the beglnmng of the second semester,
the cholr met every day It had qulte a s1zable 11st of
members chosen on the same basxs as that of A Cappella,
that IS by try outs
Besxdes partlclpatmg IH the operetta, assemblles and
commumty programs the group presented entertamment
muslc and Sklts for the men of the statlon hospltal at the
Wlllow Run A1r Base
Cantando s officers were Jerry Herman, manager Dottle
Dlce assistant manager, and Mary Kokales Secretary
GIRLS BLEE EL B
GIRLS GLEE CLUB had two sectxons all year meetmg twlce
a week The Glee Club d1d not requlre try outs but In It
many excellent voIces were dxscovered to fill vacancxes In
A Cappella and Cantando Cholr
The club sang at several assemblres 1HClUdlIlg the one
at Chrlstmas and partlclpated In the May Festxval pro
gram In the sprmg Thls group also was under the fine
drrectlon of Mxss Grentzer
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PICKING UP the thread of the temporarlly abandoned tra
d1t1on of an annual operetta, the muslcal organlzatlons
worked together thls year to put on tvxo smash bang per
formances of Gllbert and Sulllvans Pirates of Penzance
The vocal work and dramatlcs were dlrected by Mlss
Grentzer whrle Mlss Green handled the orchestration The
groups dlrectly partxcrpatxng were A Cappella Chor Can
tando Cholr Boys Glee Club and the orchestra
The songs were as tuneful the costumes as colorful and
the s1tuat1ons as eXC1tlI'1g and jolly as they were 1n the early
performances of th1s qualnt old favorlte whlch was first
appearmg about the tlme the Omega made 1ts 1n1t1al bow
sxxty years ago The story was part1cularly approprlate to
leap year, and the performers enjoyed the fun as much as
d1d the1r audxences
All storles must have a hero and a herolne and these
parts were played by Jlm Bemls and B111 Heath double
cast as Fredemck, and Ellen Gleason as Mabel Helplng
to th1cken the plot were the nursemald Ruth played by
Helen Anez the Major General portrayed by B111 Flem
mlng and three of hls daughters, Kate Edlth and Isabel
played by Jean Cummlns Marllyn Schaxrer and Marlon
Gault respectively Also cast 1n leadmg roles were Al
Koernke as the plrate klng JIITI Ueberhorst as the sergeant
of pollce and Sherman Mortenson as Samuel
Rehearsals started early 1n the second semester and the
performances occurred on Apr1l 27 and 28 the enthusxastlc
receptxon belng reward enough for the work and tlme spent
on the productlon
PIRATES OF PENZANCE
The General s Daughters
Standing M Schalrer I Cum
mms M Gault E Gleason
Seated Major General
Mabel E Gleason Fredenclf
Samuel S Mortenson Pirate
Kmg A Koernke Frederzclc
Seated Ruth H Anez
Polzcemen Left to rxght D
Sulllvan L Schalrer R Wll
loughby W Gutekunst L
Bauer R Landes M Newton
E Davls R Wllllams W
Shannon I Ueberhorst ser
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old sewing machine Standing
left to rzght P Reed D Beatty
S West Mr Reed J Fairbanks
D Swlft B Wheatley D Lewis
Seatej G Keller D Waters
shlrt courtesy of B Wheatley
Back stage players dont miss a
trick D Swift P Reed
Silver Threads imong tht Gold
I Fairbanks R Keller
Lewls D Waters
Music hath charms or hathnt
t' S West B Wheatley
Bles ungs on thee little nzm
and woman I Fairbanks D
Lewis D Waters
ANOTHER STUPENDOUS SUCCESS'
Presented by the Super Talented
Seniors' Tramed by that Colossal
Director FD R CFRANK DeREEDj'
Typlcal of the senlors, the play th1s year was Yes and
No a comedy of m1x up by Kenneth Horne
On hls way to London Adnan Marsh alxas dashmg
Casanova Don Lewls stops off at the household of the
absent mmded Reverend Rlchard Jarrow ably portrayed
by' that shy personallty Justln Falrbanks I-Ie IS warmly
recelved by husband huntmg Mrs Jarrow and her two
daughters Under a few wrlnkles powdered haxr and a
hlgh p1tched volce versatlle Rae Keller steps about 1n Mrs
arrows shoes Cfor whlch she spent her ratxon stampj
Through a puzzlmg sltuatlon Adnan falls IH love wlth un
sophlstlcated Sally well played by vlxaclous Donna Waters
But he gets off the beaten path and finds hlmself proposxng
to vlvaclous Joanne equally well played by unsophlstlcated
Suzanne West The mxx up IS unmlxed by the mterventmon
of serious Mr Bagshot enacted by wltty wolhsh Wheatley
fBenjam1nj Supportmg the cast are Dorothy Beatty and
Dorothy Blakeslee double cast as Mrs Webb
Credlt also goes to bookholder Patrlcxa Reed stage man
ager Douglas Svxlft 'md the art department who orlgl
nated the scenery All helped to make the play sornethxng
not of thls world
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IUNIOR Pl AY
III. HE EE .1
NEARLY exeryone in Ann Arbor made 4 d ate vuth Cl ar
ence and the unlor class was thcrc to chaperone
Clarence Arthur fTorchyj Custls a run down sad sack
honorably dxschxrged from the Army because of some
trouble wlth h1s llver had the fo tune or mlsfortune lf
you preferj to get a Job 1n the Wheeler household As chref
hunky 1n charge of gardenlng plano tunlng quarrel
squelchlng etc he caused many embalrasslng moments,by
The VVheeler f'1m1ly was '1 very unusual outfit Ed Davls
as the wealthy old man had trouble keepmg hls sgousc
Portla Mlddlesworth from dlvorcmg hmm Hls son Bob
Wllloughby had aspxratlons toward the glamorous gov
erness Lols Beattme and hls scatterbramed fifteen year old
daughter Fae Kaufman had des1gns on every man she met
When Clarence comes xnto the pxcture hc unwlttmgly
becomes the personal counsel for all the members of the
family Bobble consults h1m about h1s romance wlth the
governess and Fae comes to hmm Wlth the sorrows of her
Mxss Lundgrens clever Casting and dlrectxng assured a
great success for the Junlor play Every member of the cast
from Clarence to ROS16 the volce was cast approprlately
and the play had everyone mn the audlence holdlng h1s sldes
Cllslls B Wlll-oughbx
Clarenu was a lug success
And th nt no one can doubt
T xg lurnols always do xt rx 1
Wlxmt excl they re about
'Ihr 10811115 crrtaxn rose anl
Mld t showers of applause
The junior funds are now J
I'xxas for a vxorthy cause
Seated P Mlddleswxorth B
51 nlmg A Custls L Beattle
C1 Sanflenburgh I Bryant C,
Branch E Davis B Wxllough
by F Kaufman
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ASU EHS IILUB
Barrymore Was Young Once Too
THE MASQUERS CLUB has been golng full swmg thxs semes
ter wlth Ben Wheatley as Pres1dent Pat Reed as Vxce
Presldent Molly Wxlson as Secretary and Mary Krmg as
the collector of revenue or Treasurer Mr Frank Reed
dean of dramatxc dxrectors 1n Ann Arbor Hxgh School, was
the faculty sponsor Four other members, Jeannette Col
lms Torchy Custls Esther Soll, and Doug Swlft helped
plan the act1v1t1es for the semester whlch conslsted of parts
from plays short sklts monologues and dralogues pan
tomxmes and l1sten1ng to records of famous plays The
pantomlmes followed by several monologues, were ln the
begmnmg used as a means of lxmbermg up the bashful
Durmg the zero hour on every other Tuesday the club met
xn the large audltorxum to carry out thelr antlcs Although
handrcapped more thls year than ever before the club
flourlshed and an enjoyable tlme was had by all 1ts mem
THE WIG AND MASQUE club was orgamzed ln the fall of
1941 under the name of Dramateers wxth Mlss Grxffiths as
sponsor The purpose of the club was to glve sophomores
Thls years sponsor was Mlss Lundgren a faculty new
comer Under her guldance Wrg and Masque has become
an outstandmg sophomore project Its offncers were Lo1s
Steere presxdent Leanore Wood v1ce presndent Hermma
Ross secretary and Pat Lau treasurer
Among the act1v1t1es of this club were two assembly
plays Members bore the chlef respons1b1l1ty for Thanks
Awfully although there were two upper classmen ln the
cast of eleven Presented second semester was The Woman
Who Understood Men Both comedles were well recelved
Future sophomores w1ll find 1n Wrg and Masque a well
orgamzed club ln which to dlsplay thelr dramatxc wares
Ii HBE T KLIEHS
THE CAMERA CLUB IS sponsored by the phys1cs teacher
Mr Mahlon H Buell B111 Groves IS the clubs presxdent
and Ted Aprxll IS 1ts secretary
Because of wartxme restrictions on film and accessories
the club 1S l1m1ted as to 1ts aCtlVlt16S However each meet
mg proves mterestlng as well as educatxonal to the club
members Instructxons and talks are gxven by Mr Buell
on the use and care of cameras and other photographlc
equlpment Some meetmgs are spent takxng or cr1t1c1z1ng
plctures Ideas and suggestlons for better prmts are ex
changed among the members These ldeas are put 1nto
practlce rn the darkrooms whxch are accessrble to all club
Front row left to nght Cseatedb
P Crandall P Reed J Down
er M Warren E Lehman M
Standmg M Scha1rer D Cow
ley D Beatty D Frtzgerald
R Keller D Swxft B Stlmp
son E Soll J Eddy Mr Reed
M Johnson F Kaufman M
Krmg M Husted A Custm
M Wllson L Beattle V Falr
chxld B Wheatley P Mxddles
worth D Blakeslee
WIG AND MASQUE
Front row left to nght D
Daum P Lau L Wood L
Steere N Goodenough
Sorolxs M Watkms D Dnce
K Law A Harlton A Sanford
Thrrd row Mnss Lundgren R
Hager E Sandell P John
stone B Smith A Wright D
Fourth row P Smith M
Manz B Teasdale M James
Lett to nght J Barker E
Hertler D Gust G ONe1l W
Groves T Aprlll
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THIS YEAR the 1llustr1ous members of the Sclence Club
searched the physical umverse for enlightenment on thelr
The clubs officers were Bob Gould Bob Brackett, and
Jean Henne, presldent vlce presldent and secretary respec
tlvely In the second semester Charles Pryor succeeded
Bob B ackett as presldent when Bob went on to the um
verslty The club was under the able sponsorship of Mor
An mterestmg survey of the heavenly bodles and experl
ments on weldmg stxmulated constructxve thought ln the
members The clubs 1t1nerant chemlcal red phosphorus
was strlctly regulated by the hlgh school OP A but some
black marketmg of the substance occurred
THE newly orgamzed Spamsh Club IS composed of such
energetlc students that even zero hour meetmgs have not
reduced thelr enthus1asm
All meetmgs are conducted ln Spamsh Club members
enjoy Spamsh movles, speakers, records sklts, and learn
1ng Latm Amer1can songs and dances
Outstandmg programs of the year were the Fxesta de
Navldad at Chllstmas tlme, the Pan Amerlcan assembly
presented to the whole school, and the Fiesta de Przmavera
wlth all the Spamsh trlmmmgs
They are just one blg happy tamzha espanola headed by
Lucza Mueller Ia pres1denta
Elena Anez Ia vzce preszdenta
Ahcza Sxpperley Ia secretar1a
Herlberto Lannmg el tesorero
Teresa Kroske la presldenta de publxcxdad
y Ia senorzta jane Rasmussen Ia consejera
THE RIFLE EL B
IN SPITE of the handlcap of wartlme regulatxon of ammum
tlon the Rlfle Club has been one of the most actxve ln the
school In early fall began a serles of National Rlfle
Assocxatlon matches which were shot every other week
throughout the wmter under government ausplces In thls
competltmon Ann Arbor stood mnth of all schools ln the
The captaln of the rifle team, Kenneth Mltchell won the
club champ1onsh1p ln a four posrtron match w1th 372 pomts
out of a posslble 400 Thls sprmg the club won two postal
matcres w1th other schools They also shot postal matches
vnth sxx schools wlslch w1th Ann Arbor comprlse a southern
Mlchlgan R156 League The club attended the Hearst
matches ln Detrolt ln May In these matches the glrls
team of last year vuon the hxgh school champxonshlp and
the boys team took second place
Seated C Pryor
Standmg left to right J
Henne G Smlth G Schanz B
Hamllton Mr Oldham C Hol
man R Brackett R Brashares
L Schalrer S Pmel
Front row A Slpperly
Second row left to right MISS
Rasmussen E Mueller B
Thxrd row M Upthegrove P
Mercado R Whlttemore G
Cooch H Anez
Fourth row C VVarren J
Welch J Jahnke D Backus
Frith row D Parker D Kaer
cher S West M Rose E
Srxth row R Burby W Wade
A Powers E Loy B Teasdale
Seventh row W Walker D
De Wolfe F Kokkales B
Walker C Nelson
Ezghth row R Sldwell M
Lamb G Schanz H Klnney
B Bunn E Keebler
Ninth row H Carson B Ham
llton E Zxmmerman M Curd
Tenth row M Courtrlght M
Buchanan F Stratos J Slater
J Ferguson K Crlppen A
Front row lelt to right K
Mitchell M Johnston
Schnerder P Johnston J Dahl
berg F Radford
Second row E Gunther B L
Rose D Cooch B Metz M J
Chrlstman G Hutzel
Third row B Ross R Goken
bach W Sheldon N Reel D
Dlckason C Dlckason
Fourth row Mr Barc ay W
Cuthbert R Ross L Frederxck
J Hooper D Dllclme G Wll
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UNDER the supervrslon of Mr Asmus the Stage Craft Com
mlttee has had a very successful year The commxttee
erected the scenery for three plays Yes and No Clarence
and the Pzrates of Penzance
It lS thexr purpose to select scenery condltloned to the
taste of the plays belng produced Much trme has been
spent by Mr Asmus and his group m accompl1sh1ng this
The commlttee held regular meet1ngs ln the large audx
torlum and ln B 22 throughout the second semester Much
of thelr tlme was taken rn recondltlonmg the ex play
scenery At present tlme IS bemg spent on flats for next
SIIHIBBLI E SIIHIBBLEHS
GREETINGS GUYS lets symbollze may well be the brlef
form of salutatlon among the members of the Scrxbblers
Under the supervlslon of Mlss Helen McEwen th1s club
IS not shorthanded 1n membershlp and devotes ltS peren
mal meet1ngs of perceptlon peremptorlly for percelvable
perfect1b1l1ty of perplexlty In the study of l1nes and curves
the members have been workmg to achleve 60 word awards
and typlng awards BBSIGSS a hlgher development 1n m
tellectual standlng the club has also mdulged 1n soclal
act1v1t1es the b1g event bemg a party
Leadlng scr1bbler V1rg1n1a Balholf v1ce scr1bbler Ruth
D1ld1ne and scrlbbletary Katherme Lmdauer welcome
any donatlons of pencxls and paper
THE MODERN DANCE CLUB whlch was founded seven
years ago has been very actlve th1s year Under the spon
sorshlp and dxrectxon of Mlss Hammann the glrls per
formed for Slauson Jun1or Hlgh School the Unlverslty
Elementary School and our own Chrlstmas Assembly The
alm of the club xs to mvestlgate the poss1b1lxt1es of dance as
a means of expresslon The glrls always perform dances of
thelr own choreography The culmmatlon of thls dance year
was a symposlum glven by the dance clubs of Ann Arbor
and a program for the members parents
Squattmg D Dudley J Mun
Standing Mr Asmus A Lan
sky R Fmkbemer
Seated left to right W Trm
kle M Yamamoto A Llttle
John M Maury S Clement R
D1ld1ne J Guy N Stutzman
Standmg first row Joyce
Mxchelson S Chamberlam V
Luenser G Hodge G Steeb
G Meddaugh K Lmdauer E
White V Balhoff C Maheras
S McEown M Colvm
Second row G Schmerlmg G
Spxess V Schmldt L Feld
hauser June Mlchelson S
Hauser J Klmgel A Gyde C
Frederlck M Burton Mlss
Helen McEwen adviser
Lett to nght J Vellquette R
Schmerlmg M Faulks B
Smlth L Wagner D Dexhl
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Standing E Lehman R Ba
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man B Krooske R Schmer
Img R Halt
Standing first row Mr May
bee E Mlley E Mueller D
Beatty H Cazepls M Rose
D West W Wade E Schmidt
Second row E Thompson L
Ross P Hatch R Keller F
Kaufman B Wilson G San
denburgh R Baker W Groves
IS IT SAFE you wonder as you cautlously open the door
marked Quiet Thls IS the Optlmlst Office Genluses at
Work' A handful of paper rushes out to meet you and
you are 1n1t1ated mto the gang as someone hands you a pxle
of copy wlth the order Pass thls to Keller
When your eyes become accustomed to the gloomlness
whlch prevalls m this abode at 8 15 A M you are able to
dlStll'lgLllSh typlst jean Thomas poundxng it out on the key
board Near by co edltor Rae Keller checks galley proof
wlth only one eye open whxle the other one catches up on
lost sleep She IS unably asslsted by that fugltxve from a
nlghtmare second page edltor Eleanor Lehman First page
edltor Fae Kaufman runs about ln a frenzy vallantly try
mg to locate thirteen first page storles due yesterday just
as you are feelmg more secure Superman Dlck Halt
blmded by copy for fourth page breezes 1n knocking you
off your feet Followlng only a few blocks behmd IS thlrd
page edltor Russ Baker beammg as he dlsplays the EdlSOU
The financlal status of thls four page dynamo IS in the
able hands of Dick Benson bus1ness manager The busmess
adviser IS Mr Gene Maybee If at tlmes the advert1sements
become too much for you address your complaxnts to Alton
Steeb Advertlsmg Manager C O Optlmxst
Camera Bend 1 on the Opt1m1st staff IS B111 Groves
and to him should go all of your thanks for those super
duper shots whlch more often than not decorate first
thlrd and fourth pages
Many of the Journallstlc secrets which help to put the
Optlmlst over so well were contrlbuted by the advlser Mr
Arthur Wflght These thmgs although strlctly unknown to
most of the schools populatlon are the constltutlon of all
Moral of this story Unless directly connected wlth the
Optxmlst staff or capable of undergoing severe mental
stram make the Optxmlst office strlctly tabu Wlth you
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Student Government at Its Best
THE ST IIE T EUUNIIII.
BEFITTING the homefront 1n wartlme where men are
scarce, an all glrl trlumvlrate headed the Student Councll
thls year The gals, however, have done thelr best to keep
the school runnlng successfully
A servlce flag was made and a book was provxded for
members of A A H S now 1n the servxce to regxster An old
clothes drxve amassed hundreds of garments for refugees
A glant auctlon of unclalmed lost and found artlcles was
another Councxl project The book exchange conducted
busmess as usual Thls year bemg leap year and men bemg
so scarce anyway, the annual Sponge Week was especxally
lmportant A record and old mstrument drlve was held to
help entertam the servxce boys
Back of all thls act1v1ty the commlttees were workmg
wlth a wlll The burldmg and health commlttee could be
seen extractmg gum from the drmkmg fountams and haul
mg blcycles around They also establlshed a self servlce
first a1d statlon on every floor The assembly commlttee
took charge of the assemblles ln general lookmg after
speakers, announcmg the programs and lmprovlng as
sembly conduct The war projects commlttee had a terrlbly
end to the mxddle of B corrldor The constltutlon and by
laws commxttee revxsed the constltutlon and set up new by
laws The Councll elected members to the Athletxc and
Non Athletlc Boards and took charge of class oflicer elec
Representatlves were sent on an all day trlp to Lansmg
to the SA League meetmg the lst semester, and the meetlng
was held here the 2nd semester Interscholastlc bond and
stamp competltlon was set up between the schools Rep
resentatlves were also sent to and recelved from U Hlgh
So far from gomg glamorous, the woman led Councll
proved that Pretty IS as pretty does
STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
Standing M C Upthegrove
Front row left to right A
Schmidt C Bom M Rose R
Whlttemore J Colhns D Dun
canson B Wheatley
Second row C Chadwick R
Brashares V Balhoff R Kel
ler S Stoddard R Phillips
Thrrd row B Kroske J Mllls
H Cazepls E Soll C Bottum
Fourth row B Tappe J Farr
banks E Judson J Tanner M
Frfth row L Fredenck M
Buell G Hutzel J Downer P
Szxth row J Bryant W Peter
son R Hoy K Mltchell
Standmg at back Mr Schrex
First row lei to right A
Steeb A Beattxe M Wyman
M Upthegrove R Whxttemore
J Collms B Wheatley
Second row M Schalrer L
Duckek C Chadwxck D Dun
canson R Stuckman L Hmz
Thxrd row E Thompson R
Johnson J Falrbanks M Mar
shall R Brashares S Attwood
Fourth row R Halt R
Schaxrer R Brackett K
Mltchell D Swlft
Frith row M Johnson P
Crandall J Downer V Balhoh'
Sixth row E Soll D Parker
C Born Mr Schrelber
MARY CLAIR UPTHEGROVE RUTH WHITTEMORI-: JEANNETTE COLLINS
President Secretary Vzce Presldent
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Band 84 85
Baseball 76 77
Basketball 72 73
Camera Club 94 95
Cantando 86 87
Cross Country 74
Dedlcatlon 6 7
DIVISION Pages 10 11 22 2
Football 68 70
GAC 80 81
G1flS Glee Club 86 87
Golf 78 79
Home Economlcs 27
Homerooms 28 29
Junlor Class Officers 49
Jumor Class Plctures 50 55
jumor Class Play 92 93
Jumor Executlve Board 49
Laboratory Shots 25
Masquers 94 95
Mock Elect1on 30
Modern Dance 98 99
New Students second semesterj 56
Omega Edltors 4
Omega Staff 4 5
Optlmxst 100 101
Orchestra 84 85
Pxrates of Penzance 88 89
Physlcal Fltness Program 71
R156 Club 96 97
Scrxbblers 98 99
Sclence Club 96 97
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Sen1or Class Play 90 91
Senlor EXeCUt1VS Board 31
Servxce Flag L1st 12 19
Serv1ce Flag Plctures 13 17
Servlce Flag Gold Stars 12
Shop Courses 26
Sophomore Class Ofhcers 57
Sophomore Class P1CtUY6S 58 65
Spamsh Club 96 97
Stage Crew 98 99
Student Counc1l 102 103
Swlmmmg 74 75
Tenms 78 79
Track 76 77
War ACtlV1tl6S 20 21
W1g and Masque 94 95
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