Ann Arbor High School - Omega Yearbook (Ann Arbor, MI)

 - Class of 1950

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Dramatlcs Wag and Ma aue GAC Rllle Club Washuncton u IAMES BIRD Rufle Club A Cappella MARI BLUM Dramatucs lnternatlonal Relatuons Club Colonnad Q tlmlst Play G A C Student Councrl HELEN BOICE ACappella Dramatncs Operetta Qmegc Musrc German and Wash lngton Clubs DONALD HENRY BREDERNITZ Bars Leader Club Assembly Comm BETTY BRASSFIELD Drcamtgtncs C A C Optlmlst Editor Red Cross Comm Wlashlngton Cluo I-I ec LQIS ANNE BRAUER Dramctucs G AC H R Sec Camera Club Colonnade Scren e Club Optnmrst Qmeg N ashrnaton Club DONNA BREN ER Red Cross Comm Future Nurses Club C O T ALLEGRA BRANSQN A Caopella Music Club G AC Cafera Cl b Ass mblY Comm P A Comm l t . , , to I S . I - 1 M w' D , , , - - wr I 2 f ' f f .. .f . L N r ,rt 't r ' 1 IAYME' r 1 - Q. . . , V , 1 , y, I l , 3' . , . ut , . . . ., . . V . I r r r ' 1 tl Jr aa. j , D , 1- ' , A , u , , , , . . r. f .. ., , I , . . I 'I rl 'r ' f 2 r - , f t" I. 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CASE CIOSS Ccuntrv Iraclc Svvlmrnlna SpcnrshClLb I-I I2 Pr CHN CAIL C elrorrroppcsn N AIEIQEN CHASE oorball lracl Cros Co H I? Pr o r Exec B r s SHIRLEY JEAN CLARK Camera Club Ped Cross Comm Noon I-Iour Comm NORMA jEAN CLEMENIT f r Club Red CrCsSC mm Arclwery Cl b IQAMOINA IPENECOI L o Dam I uden Ccun r L e nw Club shmcron Club MARY ELIEN COLLAIQD l?Fle Club Cu A C Colonnacle vxfaslwrna on CIL b CUSANNE li COILINS MAC Colonnade VarsrtvCl1 rleacl r Canrnndo Drafnatr S 'W on Hour Comm Xxlaslnrnotcn C ub QIDINCJD COOK Basketball baseball Ctudent Councrl Soolw L Board N A sembly Comm Se-nror Class Vrce Pres IACK L CIZAVN FORD H n rr rg are s Cl AYION CUMMINCJS l?rIIe Clu F otball Parntrnc and Decorarrnc DONALDF CIJIQNE v C oss Country Track Red Cross Co LA! IQENCE CURTIS Come from S llwomos Hr lr Scho I JOAN B DAIQLINO O A C Colonnade Soolw Dra Jr: Q wa and Masau QICI-IAIQD RONALD DAP? F b ll IQ IDGII Rasa a NANCY 'ANL DAVIS Orclwesrru Nusrc Club Arr Cluo Sermon Club slwrnarcn Club bl-IIPLEY IO DAVID Orclwestra Arr Cruo DAVID DENNIQON Camera Club German Club Ho nr Poll CLLIIS Ifl1O.'.'N, IP, Hr- 'f baswrballp otrd, IC r zrl, 'Lt fi C Y Prllc Club VAGSQW lv fowrn 'soon pr Cin" .'.rf' and Masaue Cnr I 'Ch 'us A Cher Club, , V Hrf. ie' ,l I Cho Tres, H ix Vrfe-Dres fude ,oufcrl ra d re ure' f-N Y'aQL, , , o ntrv t., AI? A Cappella, usrc Club lworr ,,, u .s Q plv 'am t s, A aopela ,Ira and Masoue Assem lg Comm, lvrer C' D927 Ir ll Clu, L fu ' 'f F 6 il 1,Bas.erb II, CLII St 7. D -,ARM 33,6 lm and Ir fla Des. N I ghd ', CCI4 C'o Co rt y api, C lsfl, Soar sb Club, -alf I. . o W , v ,. r ' - .V Q f A-ll. Y ' , ., D. , ,Ca er ", -r"s' C rf tr , 9 Fm, SUI blerl Club, 'H . -- Y K, 1 ,..m es. 'SVT' rw' ' . .Ur I F 'P L, s untrw . es,,S bln. andg . 23 dw ,, 1 . Muse , K o - ue. I Ii S ph. r ratsr- Sr 1 Cl, ArtCl1b, P d Cross Colm, lvlusrc xr ,, X A -D XA 1 , . . ., ,, sf J . L., I , ,,ee e, r :,ro, ,. f s ' r X fu , , or - , , leg, , ,AB S r ' ,f A . Football, u I' rg and lrslnr. f In Iwobbres. o o , W 'A s H. f . 1 '. rew- 'XV QQ L - .A wx 'W -ZH" vi ! if 'W fwi' 'ff if !,v gh f ,, . aff LV A fx-ff vs! m an ,W 'ff Al. A EDWIKN DEPSHAM Polntrng ond Decorating, Bord HR Vrce-pres. HEINZ DEITLINCH Come from Slouson. PGGEP DIQYSF C OI. DQNALD DCDHCNEV Nrne Lette-rvron rn FootooII, I3osIcetboII, Eo9eb:II. AB., Eosvetboll Coon H IQ. :eo NIAIQY LYNN DONALI Y Student Councrl. Scrence Ars, I?rfIe,o1d Coneru C ub, Ped Cross Como. A CoopeIIo Woslrunqron CIub. IAMES ALFIQED DCDUGLASS Iunror Pluf Nag ond Mosou Soonrsn fIub QQ r H Q Vrce ru Councul V ce Pr S 'CHN DOIJVITSAS res Ar C IJ roondNIoS S In n VD CLAIPFINCV ILJKF J roord Nksoue Jnror Pay H I6 P es OA KI OPDFBFPIF Hr Y Nag ond Mosqu DAVID FDM AIEDS Qodro CIub Qclence CI I3 osfur on CIuIn Noon Hour Comm KENNETH EDVVAPDS Qme ond Cp rrmst Ph t r PI y A Coop IIJ Arc CIub Come-ro CIub Pres H I? P e BETTY LOU EISENAINN H P bec Honor QCII Corvero Crub IVILSIC CIIIQ Art CU Arcln ry CIub Gerrnon CIub CAIQLI EKCIIQCIVI osC J r roc 'Norvrr pon o r In Pr FIIFEN ENfEMA NN ooeIIo MI u u ro c. c o C r on I: n I5Ioy A errHy Comm RICHAH3 ECCHELPACH r I? I rr ron Kruth Home Iu I0 CE FINVHHNICI2 .I rn rs u S C Noon Hour Cofrrrr IQITA FIFSHIVIAN on Qrclw C NUS: IIII CVI I IS IVI V' IACV F' IICHIR VI I JNALD PQI I o I H II V b AJ DIV CIIUVII IQYCEI FCDSIEI3 CrrIs Chorus Contondo ML. nc C Jo Co eo CIub ScrrI:bIers lub IFANHEAN-1 IN Noon HourCornrn Snow I'rCIuo FJ I ah S CIJI3 QtudePtCOu'Icl IANA D FQAYVI2 Ur EP? FPELEQC' A C 0 d Mc, os Ir' o ou N FI2Ff Po d oorcc, I C o 'we corcr u Noon C EIEFNEQ I V an 3 r Qin QIT V N 'worus JIJI Il QIUC AD A F GAC ondMsqu Qc ne Cxo r o NINV JE QINE3 S nn o I I ' e , 'rw 5: I. -Pres. S dem I I - e. H QD I I ' .lu ,IIII cue 'I'-Q hr .Gio CI I. I I F - 1. I ,w III I ' 1 . . , Y . . X V - II fe. mvf oo K C Cgrophe' Iurro .o I e I, new I .I . . V SI I . 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K 3 ,V W9 .A .jr HARRY LEE GEYER Rifle Club, Palntung and Decoratlng. RICHARD D. GILLESPIE Plans to be a carpenter KATHRYN ADELLE GODFREY Colonnade, Student Council, Spanlsh Club, Omega, A Cappella lffoshington Club, Optumlst. DON GRAHAM Football, Spanish Club, Student Councll. IEANNE GREGORY Red Cross Comm., Wag and Masaue Pres., Colonnade, A Cappella LEANNE RAE GRIFFITI-I Colonnade GAC If rg and Masque R le Club Archery Club ashnngton Club Noon Hour Comm ETHEI YN B GROOMES GAC Nashrngton Club Nag and Ma aue H R r and Sec Spanush Club Red Cross DONALD GLIRK lffoshlngton Club Vlflg and Masque Rrfle Club Art Club Vlce Pre FLOYDL HALL Soph Play Bond and Musvc Club NILLIAM PAUL HALLAS Honor Roll Football Gall German Club Baseball Student Councll EVELYN HANSELIVIANN Mu rc Club Future Homemalcers Club RnFle Club Soph Dramal s ALICE HARRELL Cheerleader Soph Class Sec Student Council Sec Senlcr CIOSS Pres Omega French Club Colonnade DELBERT HARRIS RlFle Club H R Sec and Treasurer HELEN HALIGH Musrc Club Band Orchestra Om aa German Cub Noon Hour CA VIN I-IAYVVOOD Band Pres Orchestra Vlce Pres Camera Cluo Noon Hour Commltte Comm EVE YN OYCE HECER C A C Vvashlnaton Club Assembly Comm R Fle Club Soph I ram II I UETTA I-IEHR I-I R VI 9 PreS RONALD HIEBER Football Wrestllna H R Pres OHN LAWRENCE HENKEI Hr Y unlor Play H R Vuce Pres Golf Rllle Club SHANNON GEAN HENRY A Cappella Soanush Club Music Clsb I-I R Sec ELEANOR ROSEIMARY HENSE Cant ndo RlFle Club GAC Assembly Comm MARTHA HELISE Omega Vllashrngton Club A Cappella German Club Honor Roll G A C Student Councll Carre-s Sec MARTHA IANE HOOPER Omeaa Nashungton Cluo ACaopella Can ndo r-anor Roll rerc Club Pres Student Counc I BERTHA HUNT ROBERT HLINT Studen Cauncll German Cluo H DV R JIFRED I-1I IC'-IINS C lmlst GAC Colonn d H S lhCuo Omega Jrs C IN t Cl o Track Assembly Com H 'N A IACOB rlbblers Cluo Mu C ub 'VIARI FIX. IEPELF uo uture Nurs S uo r a Cross OANNE ESPERSON JAC Calonnad In ton Cluo HR Soph Dramatlcs So nlsh ub , . . .I lvl g 'F I I IJKYX I . T ' I rw . I I, I I s , . . P es I, , . A . I I Y C I I I -I I I I 2 I ' s , I I - I tc. I ,I . .5 . .5 I I, j 5 . , ., . . I g I IS' I I . E I I - I ' e L 3 I 3...,' ,I'.I.I' I .TI:cs F . I, I . I I I I C I - I , . . A ., I . I , I ' , I. . . II G 5 g . . ., II I L . . . R . Y. k' I ,ll I L I I LG I I I' P .I I. S r I: I II on ol. ills. 'JT I I 'I Da: -C.. 'IIce- .R.Sec pans I CII' Glee Clu ROINIALLJILLI RIDE -,II I 'W l-XTX. IIEVA S: ' ' src I . I I I I , 4 J L Sclence Cf' F e Cl' I. Re . I T G . .I e- Wash 'I Sec.. . 3 Cl . PONAI D lomslsom IVOCR Rllle Club Cross Country HI Y H R R es Noon Hour Comm HUGH KABAT lunror Rlay Honor Rol unror Red Cross Qmeaa Edrtor German Club Rres and Vrce Rres GERALD KEARCHER Football Washangton Club Rrlle Club HR Vuce Rres Honor Roll BARBARA KARRLER BETTY KARR Soph Dramatrcs Future Homemalcers Club Scrrbblers Club Rrle C uo CCT Noon Hour Comm ROSEMARY KARR G A C Washrngton Club Scrrbblers Club C 0 T G A C Colonnade Soph Drama rcs Spanlsn C ub Assembly Conr H R Rres Washington Club ESTHER KATARQDIS El.tJre Home-makers Club Scrlbblers Club Interior Decora Ing Cluo CHRIS KATARQL Wrestling Mashrngton Club Wag and Masque Art Club PETER KAUFMANN MARVIN KATZ lnternatlonal Relatrons Club Washrngton Club Honor Roll Studen NQRMA KALIFMAIN Red Cross Comm Archery Club Washlnaton Cluo Council Student Council Swlmmlna Footoall Noon Hour Comm Camera Club NANCY KAYS Dramatrcs Cantando G AC Muslc Club Sclence Club Archery Club Washington Club SHIRLEY KEARNEY GAC COT ArtClub HR Sec SLIZANNE KESSLER BARBARA KEL' OGG Rifle Club G AC Student Council A Cappella Musrc Club Span n Dramatlcs GAC H R Sec Colonnade Washrngtor' Club Red Cross Cantando Student Councrl A Cappella Assembly Comm GAC Rres R d Cross Archery Club Art Club MARGY IEAN KETELHUT Student Councll Colonnade Optlmlst Spanrsh Club Assemby Comm Wra and Masque Music Club SUZANNE KITTEL Qptrmrst Noon Hour Comm Washrngton Club Soph Dramatlcs HR GC CARLKRQSKE Soph Class Vice Rres Football Basketball Traclc Student Councrl IANETB KOLANDER Art Club Scrrbblers Club Future Nurses Club Soph Dramatv s Grrls Chorus IO VCE IRENE KLIEBLER Scrlbblers Club C OT RQBERT KLIEHN H R Pres Rarnt ng and Decoratrng Club Football Vvashlnaton Club Pres CATHERINE LEWIS BARBARAVIEAN KUOHN WIS End Masque Contando Dramatlcs Music Club Scrrbblers Club H ec DAVID LATSON Football NNrestllna Baseball Manager SHIRLEY KEERKAMP Colonnade Student Councul Spanlsh Club HR Rres and Se Vlfrg and Masaue G A C Spanish Club Archery Club DOUGLAS LONG A Cappella Student Council Science Club H R Pres S nlor Class Executrve Board CHARLES LOVELACE Football RaF'e Club Archery Club H R Sec RUTH LOY Assembly Comm Red Cross Muslc Club Florrculture Club H R Se EDWIN LUCKHARDT Rarntrna and Decoratlng Club ' XI I - I . . r ., ' . , I sl , Q , I I I I V j . . - .I . . . 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I , I 5 . . . c. . . ,I I j . , , , , . ,, e I I I I -I - .f , , , .. : I mil F' ' , i if 'C' 'Nb 'I' 1 'U' 11 QR F11 win' iv HAROLD LUCKHARDT Rauntung and Decoratung SANDRA LLIPI Camera Club Future Nurses Club Interior Decoratlng Club ROGER MCDONALD Sclence Club Washnngton Club JOAN MacDOUGALL Red Cross Comm Camera Club G A C Florlculture Club Noon Hour Comm COT HR Sec IO ANN MADISON Cheerleader RIFle Club Colannade Y Teens Wag and Masaue G A C NORMAN S MANGOLINI Optlmsst Sports Edrtor Student Councll A Cappe'la Basnetball and Cross Country Mgr Wrg and Masque NONA MAINWARING Attended Bethesda Maryland Washlng an Club H R Rres KATHRYN ANN MARKEY Rnfle Club Colonnade GAC Washnngton Club Omega Archery Club HILDA E MAST Wlg and Masque GAC Cantando Colonnade Scrrbbl rs Cluo Vyashnngton Club Omega MARY MACHEL MASTEN Colonnade Sclence Club Wng and Masque G A C Nashungta C Jo IOHN JV MATTESON French Club Traclc Svvummrng Scuence Club Football H R R es ROGER MAUGH Track Football StudentCouncII WILLIAMA MAYVILLE RIFle Club C O T H R pres LEONARD McCALLA RIFle Club H R Pres HI Y Honor Roll IAMESZ MCCLLINE junuor Play Football Edltor of Omega Optlmlst V'ashIngton Cluo HELEN ANN MCCJRECJOR Cl b HR Sec Vashungton Omega Colonnade Optlmlst Spannsh u Cup IOHN CECIL MCHALE Student Councul A Cappella Cross Country Track Tennls Assemblf Comrr ROBERTC MEYER Svynmmrng CODEGIU Optlmust HI Y Rlfle Club Gol H R R es GERALD MILLER Orchestra Tennns A Cappella Camera Club Band Basketball Man ager IENNIE LEE MILLER XNng and Masque GAC Stud t Comcrl H R R es Scrlbblers Club LOIS ELLEN MILLER Camera Club Musnc Club Scrubblers Club MARIAN MILLER G A C C O T ROBERT MILLER H R Vlce Rresndent Archery Club Pres PATRICIA MITCHELL Cantando Glrls Chorus Noon Hour Comm CO T Fu ure T acn rs Club unIorl9lay IERRVVNINFIELD MOON S anrsh Club Rlay A Cappella SJd Councul Tennus H R Pres Semor Rlay SUZANNEC MORGAN Cl b GAC Senlor Cheerleader Omega Colonnade Washrn ton u Class Secretary GENE AUSTIN MORRISON Wrestltna Football Raduo Club ROBERT MORRISON Student Councnl Spanlsh Club Assembly Comm Boys Chorus Band THELMAI MULLREED Vtfashlnatan Cluo Camera Club Scrlbblers Club Vlc Rresuden MusIc Club PHYI LIS DIANE MUNRO Optlrmst Page Edrtor Wrg and Masaue G A C H R Rr s Colonnade I I I I I -' I - - AI I ' .I . .., ,. . 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'11, ROUGHING IT rus year Ann Arbor l-lugh Qchool partucupa ea In the new learnuno by doung camp project at the Waterloo Recreotuon Area ln the sprrna ol T949 Ann Arb r l-lugn was Invuted to talte part IU the program wuth tl'e Dearborn and l-1Ighland parlt hugh schools Thus project wa werlted out In fooperatuon wuth the Department ol CT r scrvatuon and the Nluchugan Department cl du atuon Due to the succe s ol the Turst camp essuon the teachers and the board ol educatuon approved a one year program The plan pro vuaes that twelve horrerooms and any senuor who wushes to attend may talce part KO thus pro cram for a peruod ol one weelt Those who toolc part ID one ol these camp sessuons wull lona remember the busy weelt whuch Included maltung new lruends meetung lruenalycounculor analustenungtotherelererce rnen from the Conservatuon Department For many It was the Turst experuence In such outaoor worlt and there vvull probabuy never be sucn an enjoyable weelt ol school agaun Durung the weelt at camp students learned many Interestung and worthwhule conservatuon practuces by doung as only conservatuon can be learned Actuvutues ID whuch the campers partucu pated were lure Tughtung soul lush and oame conservatuon tree plantung and troppuna T carry out these actuvutues the campers were duvuded unto worlt aroups ol about lulteen people These aroups were auven narres sucn as fl The liuddue Campers The J oterloo ulad ers an The o e Sutters The actuvutues were duvuded so that each auoup had a cruan e to partucupate In each of the projects A sample ol a mornung s worlt was tne forestry project An assugned group met wuth the rel ence man lrom the State Forestry Servuce wno demonstrated salety precautuons lor axes and cross cut saws l-le pounted o t the dulterent varuetues ol trees and theur uses Then the aroup practuced choppung and sawung and some of Cn the hustorucal hltes another project whuch the campers enjoyed the groups were led on tours of the surroundung area The reference men pounted out evudences ol the prevuous unhabutants whuch othervvuse would ao unnotuced Another worthwhule actuvuty was tl'e camp Improvement project whuch the teachers and students carrued out They were educatuonal enjoyable and Improved the Waterloo Area A great deal of experuence TU luvung was also gauned by the students whule workung wuth the reference men and counculors It IS now evudent that better relatuons between teachers and students resulted from thus common experuence shared ID camp Some ol the enjoyable experuences may be vuewed onthe next page TV' A ' - T " ' ' " " TI! ' , . H 'V ' U ' dl .fl d U I PI ' l. 'K' ,I C I T . I, -I Nt . . , 4 W F I xv , I. I I K , ' 4 S ' ' , , ' I I, er- E c . S. ' ' , II J . . - . l,l I I T ' . .4 the girls really made the chups llyl Q . A ly . . i I I y 1 . . . . . . , , j I I Q . j j .., I T . . I . , I l . . . I .X . I I H E V I I I . , O j V V . .... f. 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I I I I I I - CIROTHY RICI R d Cross GAC Musrc Club Wm 84 Masque Assembly Comm CATHERINE RICE Musuc Club Soph Dramatlcs Parntrng 8f Decoratrng Club COT ELJGENED REICHENBERGER Football Basketball Baseball HIY Boys Chorus HR Pres Seq CATHERINE ANN RIES GCA French Club Colonnade Student Councrl Wag 84 Masque RICHARD ROGERS Rrfe Club Band Senlor Assembly SLIZANNE ROGERS GERALD VVILLIAIVI ROBERTS Swrmmrna Track Football Student Councrl Spanrsh Club Red Cross Camera Club Omega Future Teachers Club AUTUMN ROUTSON Scrrbblers Club Sooh Dramatrcs Cantando COT BARBARA ANN SALINGER Came Iro Belleyrlle Hrah Scrrbblers Club DORIS IEAN SANDERSON Rrfle Club Cantando Musrc Club A Cappella HARRIET IANE SATTERLA HILDA MAY SALLY Soph Dram trcs Musuc Club Student Councrl lnterlor Decoratrng Club Grrls Chorus Honor Roll Lrbrary Club Se Red Cross Comm HERBERT SALITTER COT RadroCIubPres HonorRoII BARBARA ANN SAVAGE Omega Washlnaton Club GAC Art Club Pres H R S c Inter natronal Relatlons Club LEROY SCHAERER Cross Country Track H R Pres Hr Y A ashnngton Club Deutscher Venn Noon Hour Comm I-I R Vlce Pres IAMES SCHELLENBERGER Camera Club Washlngton Club CHARLES SCHLENDERER jEAN SCHLECHT Washrngton Club GAC Colonnade French Club Orchestra Soph Dramatrcs RICHARD SCHNEIDER PETER SCHMID HR Vrce Pres Honor Roll Projectron Comm Mrestlrna Radro Club Vice Pres Honor Roll Prolectron Comm TITUS SCHNEIDER Honor Roll BARBARAL SCHOSTAK Washlngton Club Honor Roll Spanlsh Club Science Club H R Pres DONNA SCHWARTZ Student Councrl G A C A Cappella Colonnade Spanrsh C ub H R res GEORGE DAVIS SELLARDS WILMA SELL Sclence Club GAC Honor Roll Washrnaton Club Crrls Choru Mulsc Club Wag 84 Masque Cross Country Swrmmrng Tenms Student Councrl Musrc Club Sclence C ub IAMES EDWARD SERVIS Band Pres Orchestra Wrestling German Club Muslc Club Student Council FREDERICK SEYFRED Cross Country Rrlle Club Track Wrestllng ORETA SHEHAN Ootrmrst Y Councrl GAC Colonnade Student Councrl Nag 81 Masque Grrls Chorus Sooh Dromatrcs -I WILLIAM W SHERMAN Football Wrestlrng Rrfle Club Washrngton Club Student Councrl Honor Roll -NA A -X Te , . ,f uf - ' ' I 8 4 , I I I I -I I I I- .I I , . V T I P , . 1 I . 'TI X I I . 5 . . , . , , . I I I I - , . . F. I I HI - , . .j .j . 1 I I V I . . .I .I . . E? .Q ' I I I- -I DEAN FREDERICKSCHAIRER 'IJ , j .5 ., - . I I I . I I - I -I I I I - . . ' .7 I - I . AI I - , . . ,I II I I I I In I - - - ' I I . . .Q , i I : . . P . A I . I A . W I F I - I -I I S I - I I I I I I II I I II I I I I I I I I I . I , . .X I , I I - I I I I I - - I I I I I 3 , . '72, Q ,QT asia ,, A A W. '-vm 2 ANGELINE SKINNER Science Club A Cappella GAC Cantando Omega Washungton Club Wrg 81 Masque KINGSTON SMITH Wrestling Capt Student Councul SUSAN MAE SMITH Camera Club Musuc Club Washmgton Club SALLY JANE SMOCK StudentCouncll RuFle Club Y Teens Washington Club Assembly Comm H R Vuce Presrdent SIDNEY SMOCK Basketball StudentCouncll Hn YPres Honor Roll H R Vrce Presldent jACK SNYDER Football Swimming Hu Y Honor Roll H R Vrce Presudert DLIRWOOD SPACE GollCaptam Basketball Football H R Vrce Presrdent NORMAN SPRING Football Svynmmung Tennus Rnlle Club Archery Club Track RAY STAPLES Red Cross Muslc Club Grrls Chorus Assembly Comm Archery Club HAROLD STARK Wrestlrng Came to us from Culver KARL HUGH STAUBACH Cross Country Swummlng Captarn Track Student Council A Cappella RICHARD STEELE Scrence Club Cross Country H R Presrdent Hn Y HELEN STELLARD Came from Creston Hugh School IH Grand Rapids JOHN STEWART Svvrmmrng H R Presldent LEROY STODDARD H R Presndent Football Wrestlrng FLOYDSTOLLSTEIMER Band Orchestra Basketball Football Boys Chorus Student Councrl Musnc Club H R Presndent NANCYSTORM RICHARD STLIHLMANN Football Basketball Baseball Spannsh Club Noon Hour Comm H R les SHIRLEY STUHLMANN Colonnade Pres GAC Sec HR Pes Washrngton Presndent INEZ SWAREZ Soph Dramatncs Grrls Chorus Rxfle Club Wag 81 Masque Cantando RICI-lARD,l SULLIVAN RrFle Club Junror Play Assembly Comm Football Washungton Club MARCIA IONE SUTTON H R Pres Omega A Cappella Camera Club Red Cross Cantando EUGENIA M SWANSON Cantando Spamsh Club Camera Club Archery Club JANE TAGGERT GAC Glrls Chorus Cantando A Cappella Colonnode Spamsh Club Omega Assembly Comm Washrngton Club MARGARET ANN TAYLOR G A C Wng 81 Masque R1Fle Club Red Cross Omega Cheerleader Washungton Club GRACE A TERVO E O T Gurl Chorus G A C unuor Play Future Nurses Sensor Play 81 rom FREDRICK TINDALL jAMES TODD Washrngton Club NATSUMI TOMITA Red Cross Pres for 3 years Scuence Club Nurses Club RUTH J TOWER Noon Hour Assembly Red Cross Comm Spamsh Club Rrfle Club GAC 3 I f f - - -f 2 f ' f . .j I. i r l - 1 ' f ' f A f -f 1 5 - .r 5 . . A - r 5 V' , . . - ., i . 5 .. I - . f I I J f z f - f i I f If . f . 2 l I f f i - f f - - f 7 - j , . I . - - i r If f A i i I f 2 , .. . G,A.C.f Spanish Club, Drum Majorette, Omega, Band, Radlo Club. f 1 f r lf R - P . .g . . . .f . . V .7 V . - i ' ' f ' f ' z - ' f i -1 f ' - - - -r f i r f - i I 2 i - 4 V rr I I z f 1 f f ' f f -r - R - Af ' f I f z z 1 4 mf I z - - -fl ' f i . i I 5 . f 1 -Q r f T CK S TOVI NS I res Inna Co Captor Boys lead rCorps H R re VXAI Tl RTRART7 Boys Chorus Operetto MusrcCIuo SUE TROMETER C Sclenc Club Stud tCouncrI Collonnad arms Y Masau Washington Club BETTY ANN TROUT O AC Colonnod Vlla 84 Music H R Rres Int r o Decoratrng C ub Soon Dramotrcs BARBARA TRUBEY Ca AC StudentCouncrI Cola nad VI sau A s of an ashrna on Club BEVERLY VAIENTIINE Camera Club Red Cross Comm lnterror Decoratlng Senror Prom C O T Sensor Assembly BILL VOGE C ss Cocn y GERALDINE VOICE LJAC Red Cross Garls Chorus Cantando Spanrsh Club Rlle Cl b Assembly Comm Washrngton Club CAROLINE VON VOIGHTLANDER Colonnade Olrls Chorus German Club Future Tea h Club Ortega Red Cross Wfashrnoton Club Sensor Prom AUDREY M WACKER Hobbs s Roller Skatnng Hors ba Rr I a HERBERT WAGNER Rh Club A Ca ll ppe a Traclf Ooll Optimist Vlashnnaton Club LOIS LAVONNE WAGNER Soph Dramatrcs H R Vrce Pres CJ I G MYRONNNAHLS Science Club Noon Hour C omm Assembly junror Play Hr Y Vlce Pres Student Council Rres Governor of State H1 Y D b BAR e ate BARA WALKER Cu AC Cheerleader Capt Colonnade Cantando A Cappella Student Council N A B Soanush Club Ass mb'v Comm DOUG VIALKER StudentCouncll Swimming Athl trc Board Football Traclf DOROTHY MAKLAIfEr C O T MARGARET 'IANXECI' CJ A C Colonnade Y Teens boph Dranatrcs BARBARA WARD Colonnade Y Teen CJ A C H R Sec Noo Hour Carnm jACK WARD RrFleClub Hr Y Football Vvrestllng H R R HAROLD VVARNOFE Musl Club MARGARET WARREN A Cappella G AC Omeaa H R Vlce Pres French Club Wra 8 Masque BILL W EDEMEYER Football Golf A Coppello Archery Cub Pres Art Club H R Vr res RICHARD WELDON Boys Chorus CALVIN HIRRLE BARBARA WILE f ACappella Music Club Orrls Ole Club Cantanda S nlorAss 'nbl Y IOANNEWILLIAMS grrls Olee Club Can ando Trrple Trua CHAC Assembl o ROBERT INIXLER Football Trocl Svvrmmrng Wrestlrng H Y H R Vice Pres CHARLES WITCHER Swrmmlna Y H R WILLIAM VVOOD Tennis Wrestlrng Noon Hour Comm Boys Cno us Rrle Club Spanrsh C ub TUNIAETTA VVREE Cantando Wlug 84 Masque, M x y Comm usrc Club H R Sec IA , VI CC", Y'.tk- n, ',e, P3 . j I GA., e en I eOt ri '.'rg8 Q. c, . ,.., e,sV ,.t, .,lesr II, r T a '3v.vl'Jg'L'J re rse-'WIIKC .Aw r V! . r 4 If I r , c L rg ry' . . ,j g , j . f ll U , ., . , '. , , cer: , . I r . ez , e ck dn, lI'X T V rr, , , , J v K , , . , A , Trrs' lee ClubfCantando M-s'c Club, .'.'rg8tMasque. f I lr f 2 ' ' .f .f - g . . . ,g .j 7 , 5 . .4 ' f e . r . . g , S 7 I t. .I f. I C . , ,, X Y XY Y, X A F , , ,, A , , , . , - , . . ,, ., ., n ,,. f - V- f .. r53:. c ru, r I b -r ., 1 -- A -r r - I - CD. P , , , 1 ., , .. R., A wwf .I N I D I 9 Br ' , , c , . , , ,, . T, I P . , lu'. XY!! ' N- ' ' I- . , - . I r r ',Hr-, .Tires I , ., ' I r , l , Y ' I , . C. CLASS FAVORITES CROONER . I VOCALIST . . , Franlcie Lane Doris Day POPULAR SONG . , "I Con Dream, Ccirft I" COMPOSER . . . ORCHESTRA . . BAND . , HANGOLIT . . . . FOOD . . . Hamburgers on PASTIME ..., .... TOPIC OF CONVERSATION . . FLOWER .... SPORT . SUBJECT . 40 Irving Berlin Fred Waring Tex Benelce , Log Cabin CI Frencli Iries Sleeping Opposite sex . Rose . Football Family Living CI'-IARLES WUBBENA Rifle Club, I-li-Y, Cross Country, Basketball, Vvashington Club. BARBARA WURSIER I-l.R. Sec., Student Council, Noon I-Iour Comm., G.A,C,, Red Cross, I-l.R. Pres. MARY LOUISE ZEEB Red Cross Sec., Student Council, I-l.R. Sec., Music Club, Soph, Dramatics. RONALD ZEEB Football, Basketball, Golf, Spanish Club, Wig 84 Masque, Optimist. JAMES ZILL RiFle Club. SENIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD lhe members ol the Senior Executive board this year were Sue Bender Bob Burd Skip Chase Syd Cook Alice I'larreII Doug Lona Sue Morgan and Nancee Qbee lhe advisers to the class were Miss Edna Rarry and Mr Charles Barclay 1950 FAVORITES It was a close race again this year when the Senior Class chose its lavorites Across the paae the Iavorites are listed and put together they make up what the class considers a perlect evening Qur dream boy arrives at seven thirty with a bright red rose lor his lavorite girl Alter stepping into his new canary yellow adullac convertible she turns onthe raaio and the melodic voices ol Frankie Lane and Doris Day singrna I Can Urea Can tl Float into the car lhe view from Cedar Bend is so delightlul that by the time they arrive at Wines held the Iootball game is over so they go to the Loa Cabin to have a double order ol hamburgers and Irench lries As they sit there talking about the opposite sex the mellow music ol le Beneke playing Fred Waring s arrangement ol I ing Berl n s Clair de Lune drilts out ol the battered nickelodian Alter a second order with ketchup they leave the cabin suddenly because they remember they haven t Finished their lamilv living lhree o clock in the morning linds our lriends each in his own home practising his favorite passtsme sleeping -ll f X I I I ,I ' , . 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JUNIORS ADAMS, FRED ADAMS, IOHN AGAR, JANET AGNEW, BARBARA ANDERSON, MERIE ANDRESS, CAROL ANDREWS, BUD ANDREWS, LORETTA ARNST, RON ATHANSON, HARRY AUSTIN, JEANNE AMSHARIAN, MARGARET BACON, PAUL BAKER, GARRETT BAKER, NANCIE BALAS, BONNIE BALLINGALL, CRISTINA BARNETT, DOUGLAS BARRETT, JIM BAUR, MARY BEADLE, DICK BEEMAN, ED BEHNKE, NORMA BERGER, ROBERT BERRY, EUGENE BERTSOS, PETER BESLOCK, CAROL BLACKETT, BEN BLAKE, FRANCIS BLEWITT, WILLIAM BOICIUK, CATHERINE BOONE, DANIEL BOOROM, DON BOOTH, GLADYS BOYCE, LOUISE BRADBLIIEY, DALLAS BRAY, ALBERTA BRAY, IEOBERTA BIZEINING, NANCY BIEEISCH, FRED BRISTON, CATHERINE BROCKWAY, DORIS BROOKER, NORM BROWN, IRMA BROWN, NANCY BIZUMBAUGH, PAY BRUMLEY, PAUL BURTT, BONITA BUSH, SARAH CALBERT, ANDIZEW CAMP, CLYDE CAMPBELL, IANICE CAMPBELL, TERRY CARLSON, DOUGLAS CARRAS, JOANNE CARTJIIRIGHT JOHN CAZEPIS CATHERINE CHAPMEN DICK CHASE PEGGY CLOKE CATHERINE COBB JAMES CONSTANT ROBERT COLATRUGLIO AIDA CORNELL RUSSELL COLLINS JANETTE CORTINA LOUIS COLLYER BARBARA CORWIN MARILYN CONSTANT MARK CRAIG BETTY CROSBY RICHARD DAUM JIM CROSS BETTY DAVIS JOHN CUMMINGS JOYCE DAVISON DICK CUSHING BEVERLY DELCO TIDAL CUSHING JUDY DELLABAUGH MARGARET DQWOLFE BARBARA EFNER BEVERLY DON DAVE EGNASH GLORIA DOWNEY GERTRUDE EKSTROM PETER DUPSLAFF DOROTHY ELLIOT CONNIE EAST ALICE ERRIDGE CONNIE ETZEL ROGER FISHER BEVERLY FALKENBERH DAWN FISHER DALE FIEGEL DICK FISHER GERALD FILLINGER JACK FORN HARRIET FINKBEINER HOWARD FORREST DAVE FOWLER JERRY FRISCH VIRGINIA FOX JERRI FRISENGER HOWARD FOX RONALD FRITZ MARILYN FRASER BRUCE GEE ROBERT FREEMANN AUTUMN GEORGE JAMES GIBSON NANCY GREGG HAROLD GOETZ GWEN GREGORY NAN GOULD BILL GRINDSTAFF EDITH GRAF BOB GRUCHOW JOHN GULDEN ELAINE HARRER ROBERT GULLSY ELEANOR HACKBARTH PHYLLIS GUSTER JAMES HADLEY CHANDLER GUTHRIE JOAN HAGER ELAINE HAAB PETER HAIT LIZ HALE ROGER HANNAH NAN HALL JUDY HARDWICK DELORES HALL VELMA HARGER GLEN HAM DOTTY HAYWOOD THEAFLAC HAMMER JAMES HADLESKY MERTIE HEGER TED HILLA RON HERDAMAS JIM HENDERER JOYCE HEMPHILL PATRICIA HINZ BUD HEUER VIRGINIA HINZ DON HICKS BESSIE HINTZ JACK HODGE BOB ILLI CHUCK HOLLOWAY SAM JACKSON JACK HUDSON JANETTE JACKSON JOHN HUEHL BETTY JADWIN JANE HULSANDER MARILYN JAEGER GILBERT JARRETT GEORGE JONES OLIVE JAYNE GEORGE JONES ROLAND JOHNSON MONTY JORY MARILYN JOSEPH RALPH JONES EUCE JONES JUNE JUDSON HELENE KAPP CHARLES KERYLUK WALTER KARSIAN RAY KEYES CLARK KAZMAIER BUD KIENZLE ELSIE KELLEY JOYCE KILBREATH GEORGE KENNEDY DAVE KING RICHARD 4-I 1 1 1 1 1 L 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 GRAY, JACK GUENTHER, NELSON 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " I' 'Q fy W. 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BOB MQINTYRE MARGIE MARSHALL WILLIAM M MANUS PATSY MATEN MARTORIE M MILLIN ROBERT MATHENS VERLAINE MCPHERSON RALPH MESNARD DICK MILLER HARVEY METZGER ELEANOR MILLER VIVIAN MEYER BEATRICE MINGES TEAN MEYER LEON MINNIS DOUGLAS MILEY PRISCILLA MITCHELL BLANCHE MOORE LEONA MUELLER DICK MOORE RICHARD MUELLER NANCEE MORROW TOHN MURPHY MARILYN MORTON MARGIE NAVARRA PAT MUELLER BOB NEUMANN TOYCE 'NIEUTZ TED ONAGO VIRGINIA NIXON VERNON OREILLY NANCY NOMMENSEN TAKOB PACE ROBERT O HARA DON PA' MER BILL PARLAS MARGARET PENN ERLENE PATOROS TOI-'NNIE PENPRAZE ELIZABETH PATTERSON ANNE PERIN DALE PATTERSON RONALD PETERSON PHIL PEDEN DOUG PFIFFNER HANS PITTMAN BETTY POWERS FRANCES PODESTA GALEN POWERS TOE PIDEWIL ALGER PRATT MARVIN PONCE CARLOS PRATT SHIRLEY POWELL HAZEL PROCHNOW DON OUACKENBUSH GERALD REEVES DARLENE OUEAL LELAND REIFEL LIDDIE OUIGLEY DON RITTER DONNA RADEKE NANCY ROBBINS DAN RANDALL BOB RODRIGUEZ MIKE ROEHM TACKIE SAYER TEAN ROSS TULIA SHAEFER DON ROYCE DICK SCHAEFER HUGH SALLES LUCY SCHLEEDE NANCY SANFORD DON SCHMID ALICE SCHNEIDER BOB SCOTT LARRY SCHNEIDER MARY SEIDEL BEVERLEE SCHNEIDER MARY SEITZ BARBARA SCHNELL SHIRLEY SEYFRIED MILDRED SCHREIBER SYLVIA SHEWCHIN SOPHIA SHINGLEDECKER EVELYN SMITH EUGENE SHOOP MARY SMITH EWISIE SLOSS DOLORES SNIDER MARY SMALLEY TIM SPIETH BILL SMITH DOLORES SPLITT TIM ' 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 1 ' P f 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - , 1 1 il 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 C I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 - 1 OLSON, TACK PARKS, BUD 1 I 1 1 - ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 1 1 A 1 I 1 I 1 JJRAIDI IN IIALJI TIIII MARK A LIJTIIIIER If IIRHLNJ IDICK QTREIT ANN RII r TRINGER RIIII-I STOEFLET SA N E S 9 ANSON DATT THOMAS If INE EIIIAND IJ TIBBAI5 ELEAINOR TAKAGI MARQARET TIBBA 5 PAUL TEACJAN V ILM! TINDALL IOAN THAYER NAN TILT THOM3 TOMLMSON GRACE VOIQE IO TONEY SI-IIRLEY T ALDER I-IERVERT TUCKER WA TER ALTERS IU VISEI. IAMEC ARNER BI I W 'XTERMAN JANE ENK GI ENN IEAVER BARBARA ENIR Hb JI1 WEBER BOB XNENZEL ANTHON VNEISS IOHN WERNER BOB WEISS IOYQE NETZH BILL V HITE IAMES I YINSON PATRICK WHITLEY DENNY V ILLIAMS BETTY WI-IITTINCJTON RON WI' LOUGI-IBY BARBARA VNILBANKES BOB AILSON BARB ILKINCON LOAN ILSON IM WINNEY RAT YATES TIN ZIMLMFR MARY ZIMMER DAT JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD The umor cIoss was Ied by on executive boord mo e up oI I-Iorry A wohsofw Core BesIocI4 ohm Cortwrnght Duck EnegeI ern Fo Vurolmo I-Ieuer Morjory Morrow ond Bob Weber Mm Dorothy Noye G'T.IR r Thad Co r erve o o vu er 48 f I T A Q SIJII BIII 5 , I REI sro E , ., If ,vw In f Q My X A IX' sw ,HExL'fLv Is I , I E X Soup -Lw.fIf- ' I Q , TALE, I A A , I T + I T ' E fx TREMITI-IICK, BEVERLY I WALLACE, LAWRENCE , L E ,U DV ,M V v'v . , E VN I Il-'I ff If- I In ' L f I ' NI X EIL EN , A I I X I I ' G . tl . A , ' MI I uf, J' , I I L , X . 5 f MI, r 2 5 5 5 S The junior Class as Happy ond gay, NVQ hope Mot they will stay that woy WITHIN THE NUCLEUS SOPHOMORE CLASS A ophorwwore WOIIQI m veroowe But Jv e O ABBOT SHIRLEY ANDERSON BARB ABITON CHRISTINA ANDERSON BERTHA ADAMS MARSHALL ANDREW LAURA ALEXANDER RICHARD APPLE DELORES AUSTIN BILL BARR ROBERT AYERS IANICE BARTH BEVERLY BACHMANN ROGER BAUMGARTNER IACKIE BANDROECHAK SHIRLEY BEARMAN JANE BARNETT CHUCK BEHNKE BOB BEHNKE WALTER BISARD BEVERLY BENGE JUDY BLACKETT CHUCK BENNETT DALE BLAKE MARJORIE BIELBY STANLEY BLOM SVEA BIRKLE EDITH BOCK IUDIE BOICE CAROLYN BRANCH MARGERY BORGLIN MARIIYN BRAUN CHARLES BOWDLE FRED BRAUN EVELYN BOYER CAROLYH BRIEHOLZ BRUCE BRAATZ BETTY BREWER BEVERLY BREWER GERTRUDE BUSTER IOHN BRISTON CHARLOTTE CAIN DON BROWN LORRAINE CAKMACK WILLIE BURK BEVERLY CALLAWAY DONNA BURKE KAY CALVERT DON CARKEEK DICK CAVANAUGH JOANN CARLTON RITA CLAGUE ALLEN CARRINGTON C ARENCE CLARK DOUG CARTWRIGHT, IIM CLARK, KATHRYN CARVER BARBARA CLEMENT, HARRIET 3 " 5 9' ' . 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R 1 1 I i CO E BOB CORK SHIRLEK COLLINS GERALDINE CRAII FORD IIM COOV BOB CUMMINGS EUGEINE COOPER DAVF CUPP RONNIE CORNELL PHYI IS DAKIN GERRY DAVIS LARRK JOUGLAS BARBARA DEMARCO DON DOUVITSAS FRANCES DEN HOUTER DAVE DRAPER IEANNIE DICCION GENEVIEVL DRECHSEL BEV K DIRICSE NORMA DUKE IAK DUNDAS MARIE EITEMEN DEAN EAST FRED EVANGELIDES CHRIS EDDS IOYCE EVERETT MARILYN EDLICK ROBERT FALKENBERG DONNA ELSIFOR CARO FARRAR PEG J FAUST DOROTHY FERGUSON DAVID FEATHERLY CHUCI' FIELDS 'IMMY FEIDKAMP IACIK FILLENGER IANICE FFLDKAMP MARK IOU FINGERLE BRIAN FERGUSON CI FMA FISTER ER IIA FO TS PETER FRISINGER IOE FORD DE ORES FRITZ DEAN FOSTER DICIK FRY IAC FONLER SANDRA GAN7I-IORIN. HIE EN FRAKER MAR C DE ED f V GER VIANIS SOPHIE GOOD DON GILBERTSON DOROTHY GRANT ALEI GLESNER BOB GRIFFITI-I IANI E GOETZ TOM GROOMES PAT HAERER AR IAIN HAMMOND ANNE HADLEN IOYCE HANSELMAIN GERTRULIP HALL CHARON HANNAH BOB HAGERMAN BOF HANSEN BOB HACIERMAN IIIVI HANS N IAMF HARDESTY NED HARRISON IOHN HARE BILL HA KES BILL HARTMAN CFORCIF HAYNES DONNA HARTWEG NORIV' HEADLEY MFRT HATCHARD IIRRY HFAID OI N HEARN IOANNE HFUSEL DICIR HEDLESKY DOROTHY HENIIT PAT HEGER DIANF HINES TERRK HERIVIAN AUCIUS HODGF ELSIF HESELSC HJVERDI -'ICHAR' HOGAN E HOFMEISTER WAYNE HOI7HAUER DICIR HOGAIX KEN HOPSTEAD DAVE HOLLIS IACKIE HORNING GEORGE HO' MES IIM HOWARD CARLY 'EAN HOLSTON ARDITH HOWARD RUTH I-IUFFMAN BOB IENIRINS SALLY HUGHES ARIHUR IESPERSEN AIVIN ILII MARY IEVNETT COLEMAIN 'ACOBS BILL IOHNSON MARY IO IEDELE RONALF IOHNSTON RICHARD ONES EDNA IUDSON SALLY IOINES ERMA KAERCHER DAVE IONES NED KALMBACH BOB IOSEPH BIL KAPP DORIS IUDSON PAUL KAPP ROINALD L I -L, , I I I I. 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SCHAIBLE GORDON SCHNEIDER PETER SHAIRER PAUL SCHULER PAT SCHANER DICK SCHNAB IIM SCHEETZ ARLENE SCHWALM BARBARA SCHLEEDE IANL SCHVIARTZ RON SCI-IWARZ BILL SINDLINGER GUY SHARP CHARLIE SINDIINGER HAROLD SHAW DICI SIPPERLEY MARGARET SHILLING HARC SKEELS MARGARET SIMON OIVIAR SLAWSON MARY SLEET AUDREY SMITH MARIORIE SLOCUM MARY SMITH PATSY SMAILEY ED SNIDER MURA SMITH IEANINE SPRINGER SHIERDAN SMITH MARILYN STAGGS DOYCE STAUBACH CELIA STEMPEK IAMES STAUCI-I JERRY STEVENS MARY STEAD ELIZABETH STIENON ANN STEEB EUGENE STOLL DARWIN STEINER BOB STOLLSTEIMER MAE STRICKLAIXID MARYLOL S OVERLAND SHERLE STUHLMANN SAL TALBOT DON STUVIP BEVERLV TANABE HELEN SUMA MAPGAR T TAYLOR CAROLYN SWAN ON VICTOR TEASDALE IIM TERRf GLENN TOSCHOFE CHRIS TERVO NANCY TO YNSEND DEBORAH THOMPSON LEE TOWNSLEY DIANE THOMSEN BOB TRAVIS BILIIE TODD MURIE TROMBLLY USSE TRUDEAU BILL VOGE MILD UH ENDORF PAUL VOICE GLORIA VAN SCHOTEN FIORA VREELAND CAROL VAN SICKEL BOB WADHAMS PAT VERAMES DIANNE WALLACE NOREFN WALZ BILL V RBURY MARILYN WANZECK IANIE WELLS BOB WARE PRENTISS WENTE HILDEGARD WASSON DICK WESTPHAL DICK WHITEHEAD BOB IISON JOAN WI-IITTINGTON SANDRA NILSON SALLIE LEE WILBANKS CLAUDE WINDER BOB WILDE JERRY VINKELHALIS IACI WIL' IAMS RUSSE' X INTERS BARBARA V IRTH HELEN OLFF ELAINE WOODWORTH CLARK WRIGHT ERNEST SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD e op 0 are e LII V e :nm B :Jr 1 I cr W OIIII I-Iec1Id DICIQ I-IeJbeI Nancy Nunoe I9 Jdy Road Debby Towrwse-VW om: DVQFIII Wore MIQsIovorIcI'e RIeoer cnc Mr Ben Beef' ore tHe odvlao 5 I E I I I IVEIXI ,BILL I I I I I I F I I 'T I I I I I I I I N I S x L I ' , QLD , I I I I I I I I I I I A I IA I 'LJ I I I H Y- I I - 2 I H' 3 I E I .. AI I ' G I II I V ' I I W I ' I X I I . C I , I ,Q ,I L L 1 5-I R I L I I , . I I , V'ATE , WANDEL, IVIARIAININE WEINERT, I-IEBIVIINE I I I W - I I I f I Y I - I A 'I X I I X X VI I I- I I' L. I gg V I ' I II , I I TIL S H m Ae: ,I e Baer: tIw.5 yea' Q I' ated OI ev B t' Im C I 'wgrwt I I , In I V 3. I I IL, I .. I I I '. . . 2 ' , , L I I I . R.. I I . WE CHOSE THEM AS LEADERS SENIQR The Qenuorclassoffrcers Alrce l-larrerl pres: dent5yd Cook vrce presrdent and Sue Morgan secretary assrsted by the Sensor executrve board consrstrng of 5ue Bender Nancee Qbee Bob Burd Douglas Lana and Slap Chase have led the Senror Class of T950 through a brrllrant year Mrss Edna Rarry ar-d Nlr Charles Barclay served as therr able advrsers The boys brought the honor of twe 5'l champlonshrp rn football to Ann Arbor Hugh under the leadershrp of captarn 5tan Burns Don Dohoney led fns baslcetball team to second place rn the 5 A whale lirngston Smlth and aclc Townsley saw therr wrestlrng squad garn the honor of second place rn the 5 A alongwrth another state champronshrp The traclf team captalned by Bob Fowler also had another successful season lhe 5enrors were proud of therr athletrcs and have supported all the teams wrth excellent schoor sprrrt The sprrng semest r was the busiest with all the customarv actrvrtres followrng rn raprd successron A s nror assembly was put on by the class wrth the usJal vrtdlnty The play ane Eyre was chosen to be pres nted by the Senrors wrth the leads played by Sue Trometer ane and AI Douglas as Mr Rochester The hugh lrght of the year was the excrtung and rnterestrna trrp taken by the Washrngton Club which flew for the second trme rn the clubs hrstory JUNIOR rhe unuor Cla s has been an actrve and successful one wrth Bob Weber as presrdent Vrrgunra l-leuer as vrce presrdent and Carol Besloclc as secretary Qther members who served thelr class on the unror executrve board were Marjory Morton err Fo ohn Cartwrrght l'larry Athanson and Drclc Flegel Miss Dorothy Noyes and Mr Thad Carr are the advrsers of the class Both boys and grrls alrl4e partrcrpated enthusr astrcally rn sports grvlna therr full support to malce a good name lor Ann Arbor l-irgh The unrors rorned clubs and musrcal craanrza trons and showed therr frne splrrt on the student councrl ln the fall the unlors presented the entertarn Ing play, A Date Wrth udy under the dlrec tron of Mr Ronald Dawson The play was a huge success and ulra Ross was an esp crally talented udy They also held the annual unror Rrom rn the sprung whuch toolc place rn the 5laL.son gymnasium The class of 195W has shown ambrtron and school sprrrt and the senrors are happy to leave tl us aroup as the leaders of nextyear s actlvltles They wrsh the unlors the best of luck for the coming year and they know the name and colors of Ann A bor l-lrgh will be upl eld ID T951 SOP!-TOMORE ln the fall the Sophomore Qlass of T049 elect ed as Its offrcers Rrentls VVare president Cartwrrght vrce presrdent and udy Rood as s cretary The members of the executrye board were Nancy Nungester Bev Barth Drclr f-le-usel ohn f-leald and Debby Townsend The Sopho more Class Ad frsers are Mnss Lavanche Rreger and Mr Ben Reed The Sophomores ranked hrah rn all school ac trvntues talang part rn athletics musrc socral and lrterary orgar-rzatrons Rartrcnpatrng many school actrvrtres drdn t lreep these student from therr studres for many of tne Sophomores found therr names on the honor roll after each seven weelq marlcrna perroo They became acauarnted wrth therr classmates at the annual Sophomore dance held early rn the year and have srnce become acauarnted wrth the rest of the school We feel confrdert that hrs class wrll reach great herghts an therr junror and senror years and that we can be proud of therr accomplrsh ments To you tne class of T959 we wash the b st for your future years rn Ann Arbor l-lrgh , , . r . V I 1 ' I 1 V T T 1 1 ' ' T I . . I I . I f t .,l I I ' C ' ' 4 I - I . , - 'TJ . , 4 l 4 K I , ' as H . . I . 5- I , . . . . ., J , . . . . V . . . . . I , . T J - S . . . . A I J . . - . . . . . I . . J I . - . J , . I J . 9 , ' , J ' X, J ' 1 J 1 . . .. .- ..l . . . . . W . I4 Q I . . . J . I. . . 'V . - . . . . .. I r , . .J I' . Y . . . I . I . . I . - . I J b . M . IA e . ' ' ' ' 1 1 I M 1 T J I I ' - . , . X. . . ' . I t. . I .V .I - . , J . . . I . .. I . . . I . 1 . . t. - . , , rn . , , T T' I T c, 'S 3, I I I . no 'IST iff fi' CRGANLZATIONS A040 N3 L L QANLRA CL H LNLSLR A FLARLCLL E L CH LL 4 RF N VNC CLUBS LN NA A N F C L NF QA CLL RIFLE LLL R wC VLNLE LL R sf RLARL RQ W5-LNLCLL QL L A LLL L L f A QRC PLLR' Ri Ai ARL CLLH EQ ff' LALDLRS LCQLLXS CQ , R J LLCNLCL1 ,LLL L, R .L LL.RL LQLLLL .RCN C , L, FLLTL. L,.R3L? QLL B CFRLYA 1.8 CLLB 'ER LL'f'QiL RP fLfNf CLLLL3 L LTERLQR LULQVR WALL fu QLLB LLNLCL HND SWL! Q R QRATJ' .YIC5 ,5 ML :SLC CLIE RADIG ,LB f IL Lf C L J AQ Lf- EL R C, Li S' Q N: iLL .35 STUDENT COUNCIL Agaun the Student Councul has com tnrough another successful year Under the capable Ieadershup of Nyron Wahls presudent Al Douglass, vuce presudent Doug l.ong and Neul Remnant treasurers, Stan Burns and Roger Maugh parluamentaruans, Adelle Godfrey and Martha l-leusel correspondung secretarues and Bullue Reed as recordung secretary t found many opportunutues to nelp the school Mr Carr us also to be congratulated for hus ex ellent uob as advuser Many of the prouects of thus years Councul wull be held over for the group of next year The accomplushments were many and the Councul has proved once agaun that student government I a must ID our hugh school Thus years Councul sought a new meduum furst semester they became untere ted un the cur rent problem whuch faced the cuty that of pro vudung better r creatuonal faculutues for the young people The executuve commuttee fre auently met wuth the lVlayor and lVlr Ashley Clague un an attempt to fund a solutuon to the problem Theur efforts were rewarded earlv thus Sprung when the Amerucan Leguon submutted the use of uts ballroom for youth actuvutues A proposal was also ruade IU regard to allowung eughteen year olds to vote Thus re ceuved a great deal of du cussuon by the Councul and the student body It was reuected as a prouect Because of these two Ideas the Councul has realuzed that IlS responsubuluty us not lumuted to the l-lugh School bu t the communuty as well Durung the semester the Councul sponsored the annual Sop omore receotuon dance the foot ball rormal and tne sellung of Student Dure torues A new uob fell Into the hands of tne Nays and Means Commuttee Thus Involved the sellung of the plastuc bool4 covers whuch were enthusuastucally purchased by the student body Neul Remnart us to be hughlv commended be cause of hus success un durectung the Publuc Relatuons Commuttee and tfe publucuty Con' muttee Through hus efforts the communuty as well as the student body was kept well Inform d about all school actuvutues Orchuds also to the Bulletun Board Commuttee for uh IV fune worlc on our bulletun boards The Student Councul sponsored the annual Chrustmas baslcet druve un whu h food and money were placed under the Chrustmas tree and guven to the needy farnulues of hugh school students Thus us one of the many fune demonstratuons of the suncere attutude on the part of the Student Councul and the student body The furst part of the second semester was de voted to the organuzatuon of a Cuty Government Day a proposal brought to us by the unuor Chamber of Commerce The Commuttee, under tne leadershup of Barbara Malker, successfuuuy planned the program Cther prouects undertaucen durung the secord semester Included a page whuch wull be added to the puoneer Guude, pu turung all ofthe award guven un our school The Ctudent Councul has served Ann Arbor Hugh School as an effucuent and responsuble goxernuna body of whuch the school can well be proud I I W I D I r I I , I F I o I o ,- - - I I I I E X I . , I I y I I I I I - I i I . t I I I I U I I . 1 U - ' I ' 1 ' L ' A ' - I J hi . . . . , f U I I , .- W W C I ' e I E I ' I ' V e' ' I . 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A V I ' ' I E A I I I IC I A 3 I II I I I I I I I , I , I I I I I I L g A - ATHLETIC BOARD tv plimnm andthe f' J sn m :nt tGtwO'1O t eonetfptoglrcm eotwt ot 39tnmtCJte tO Onmrfr e tons 0 C01 ne 0 t e owirdwno of lett to HND e ttu wt W ep e ntefi the School m ot e NON ATHLETIC BOARD I tion O tnms wo ca trvltues beyond t e reoTm of otnletlcs PGH Jnder tne Tune board Qrgonuzotuons vvltbnn the scnoJT Qecuety ore bo n4 by state Iow not to e et new m fno rs M mb rs up otn vonougc us op n to GH Stu ewtb ont it CHTEICCJTIO Qome but ofmenton QJ HOME ROOM PRESIDENTS COMMITTEE IS CO'T'I Tbe premdents and vice premdents of each Home room ore m embers of th mttee N ben meeting C G unit tbelr duty KC to QO1n from eicn Otber ways Gnd means ot nmprowno tbe weekiy bome room meetwnos Choo! proge K9 ore often Frat nntro cucec to tm bodw an c cet tbot tbe bo e voor of-Taber tw be better D epore O e e t t e ti ttwenr re D9 we are Tw? b33rd ofsisti the Une Smal Educut J De-pcrtt ent mn e T ,Q , of m S' T tw txt 1, V T Cn sm 2 nm r, 1 e 315 Q F' ttne VQEVDWTQWJUI E -fi .EE V ET, C V QV? , ' E ICIQ S 'TQ OCTJQ r 'pie , bi tIC contefte. T, ee C . b tt 1 V ' ,d Q F , A 1 ' ' W A tt A I :W e,'e . e e tw' t 'e ' ' lube' e , d , ' .ne 1 C ' T ' ji- . A , , . tt ,Wk S ' A , , f U , V . S 1. I . . - ' ' ' 5 t ' " f ff: K r C to ' S f f W . s 5. H .tpf Seated A. Patterson, Mrss Harney, Mr. Schrerber. Standing. F Stollsteumer, B. DeWolfe, D. Walker, P. Ware Bottom Row: S. Groornes, P. Munro, l Sayre, M. Constant L. l-lehr, B. Wurster, l Schlecht, l Q'DonneIl, E Loveland, A. Nelson, B. Kappler, N. Greggory. Qnd Row: l-l. Bucon, P. johnson, Ll jadwun, N. l-lannah, M Kerlrlfowslce, S. Collrns, L. Brouer, W Sell, B. Trout G. Shehan, S. Trorneter, Mr. Schretber. 3rd Row' S Chase, B. Steele, B. Mayyrlle, l-l. Wenlc, xl Moon, E Dersham, LI. Townsley. 4th Row. l Stewart, D. Prochnow, P. Vware, l. Morrofy xl Kearcher, G. Podesta, B. Kuehn, G. Perros, P. lfytnlcler 5th Row: l Carras, K. Edwards, T. Case, xl, Ward, D. Erayer E Peuchenberger, B. Burd, Reynolds, D. Perrn, P Randall. oth Row: B. edefneyer, D. Folts, D, lnlrnz, C. V'-ttcher, K Ekstron P Newland, L. Mcfalla, l. Atlctns Q. S:,hl 'N' ' Snnlley l Co't"yrtf'h' ps Seated: Mr. Schretber, Mass Peterson, Mr. VVhuttna. Standing: B. Walker, S. Cook, S. Nhtttrnoton, Ll Mchlole Bottom Row: M. Schreiber, A. McGregor, M. lyVarren, P Kearney, M. Zeeb, E. Goulden, j. French, G. Shehan C. Thomas, E. Perun j. Townsley, G. Perros. Qnd Row: N. Malnwartng, l. Gessner, j Bachnonn, B S Wurster jSchlecht W Stll B K ll , . , . , . e ooo. l-l. Werte, Torrteter, M. Blum, B Brneholz 3rd Row: P. johnson, B Bttrwell, l. Lems. C Boldus, Fredertclts, N. Powers, P. Patterson l-l. f.enlc, Brooker. P N 4th Row: B. Sullrvan, P. Kfxlare, A, Wedeneyer. l, Yateg L, Mcfalla, B. Pandall, P llln,j Cartwrrght. 5th Row: D. Wallcer, K. Edwards, K. Elcstrodj Cartrtght, B Bord, j. Atkins, J, l-le-old. 6th Row: B. Meyers, P. Boob, D Forts. G. Morrlson, D Prayer, j. Morrow, xl. Soalley. G Podesta, C. lnlay- wood 1 ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE The second hour on Thursdays IS the tame glven over to the results of the ellorts ol the Assembly Committee Thus group unde the dlrectlon olMr Karsran plannedtheassemblues The Thanlcsguvlng Chrlstmas and Easter Special Assemblles were but a part ol the year s OCIZIXIUGS There was a tallc on the war time expernences ol llytna the Hump Paul Burlce talented cartoonist and several muslca assemblues AI Douglas pressded over the gro' p and one Taggart and Ann Patterson served a Secretary PROJECTION COMMITTEE Llncler the advtsorshnp ol Nr Carr the pro yectnon Committee was a unut In the school re sponsuble lor the shovvsna ol the hlms used lor lnstructuonal purposes The g oup learned to care lor and run the varuous types ol projectors Theur help was appreciated by all the cla ses who had chances to vrew the hlms ILIINIIOR RED CROSS COMMITTEE The unlor Bed Cross wlth their sponsor Mrs Howard worlced hard on several protects thus semester They cheered the Vets at the Vete ran s Hospital with lavors and decoratlons lor thenr load trays At Chr: tmas tame they hlled stoclclngs lor the children In the University Hospital and they also hlled grlt boxes lor people overseas Natsumu Tomuta acted as Presldent the second semester and Phyllus Munro worlced equally as hard as Vice President Maraaret Ann Taylor wrote the munutes and Katne Marlrey collected the money Programs were planned by Bull e Benlel and her committee The committee met on alternate Tuesdays In room C TQ ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Bottom Row I2 jones P Chase M Stollsteumer I Vouce A Branson A Patterson B Savage M Master M Morton L Andrews S Cory Qncl Row A Bray J Corras M Zummer A Schmidt j Sayre T Thomas G Goetz S Smoclc D Dupslatf C Elnslor 3rd Row M Avsharran E Gulden Muller E I-lense E Enlceman I Taggart S Kessler j Jespersen S Morgan 4th Row I-I Kabat E Knenzle I? Vvnlllams E McCoy CToschoFt B Murphy L Orensteen A Douglass B Fraser D Schalrer Sth Row O aeger C Pardon B Crosoy D Hentz O Pleullle D Stuhlman T Ponce B Keefe Orushovv DQOIECTION COMMITTEE Bottom Row I2 Steaner E Blalce B ZIII T Lupe N Broolcer I Stauch Qnd Row S Springer P I-laab P Peterson B Muller V Nrxon D Namlce B Andrew 3rd Row A Hughes A esperson D Boon C Thompson E Pardon E Sm th A P et n 4 Row B Marshall Kat hen C x bbena I? Shaner O Parris E och RED CROSS Bottom Row H Forn S tuhlman K Marxe P Munro M Taylor N Tometa N Lure Second Row F Powers Cu Nixon B Pentel N Storm N Gregory L Boyce C Clark Third Row ones H Clement I2 Cole C von Volgtlander S Pratt S Shewchun Fourth Row M Donally I2 Fleshman S Podgers M jedele S Bloom 1'v'rs Howard Eufth Row D CI Hara P Uhlenclortt E Brown B Martin D Curne v 1 I . . cd 1 , r I , 1 1 V ' 4 l - ,., f , L, l . . . 1 ' l I . .1 . , . . . S ,l I -, - s , . . . I , , I, 1 - - . V t - - s, l 'T 1 l . I l . . Y , . 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OPTIMIST or rna v rrh lutno pr ew p oce s :yea sQptrrr'sa a to o evera larther than does the conventional news stahl Preparing copy wa not the completuon ol theur la ors hflountuno wa a neces tty to complete each Issue Qnly once was a deadlrne ml sed because ol the lahors Involved Un er th dlrectron ol IN r Buchanan t e tall covered the events ol tne year and reported t err to the school Norm Manaounr held two cwstrn trons durrna the year At the State our alrsn conference he recerved an award lor has sports vvrltrna ana each Nlonaay he aired a sports roundup at the conclusuon ot the darly bulletin Norm s mrd Western nasal twang lcept the tudents abreast ol the Frye A Leaaue races ccasronally tne Qptl rst hecarne an ed torua sword as rt assumed a stern note an warwed the studen body about nts conduct at soortrng events ana socsal gatherunas The Aprnl Frrst Issue named the Pesslrnxst was a rrultu paged Aprrl Fool s Day lunny bone e aae axiom pen nlahtler t n e swora wa proven once aaarn Greer arded Mr an tne cdpa rty ollgusnne Adviser Thus year the stalt conslsted ol an Peaarall E :tor In Ch et 8m Assoc Ed Nora lylanaounr oanne Ges ene ret Qhehan er o Sports Editor Copy Editor News Editors Betty Brassheld Phylln Vldnro Feature Edntors Bop lV'clVl1llnn Associate Cports Edrt r Ken Fdward Ea Pa don ar he Mat h photographers Reporters um lVlcClune Car'oonlst lVlarr Blum Betty Wrll a lypusts Carol Besloclq Busnness Nldnaaer Nan l-lannah Assocrate Business fvlanager L1'wr'al.oltDera Nlarvclahon Advertusmqctalt Bottom Row G Shehan Fox Gessner C Besloclc N Mangounr P lVlcNlullun B Brassheld P Munro M Naa l Q Donnell Second Row Mr Buchanan B Mrtchell M Blum N l-lannah l. l-lart B DeWalt P Wrnney M Takagr Thnrd Row N Thayer N Chee L Lofberg N Nungester S Swoverland C Potter S Whittington Mr Cree Fourth Row L Brauer Elcstrom K Edwards j Reynolds D Garland E Penn S Potter Fnfth Row j Pobbrns j McClune C Pardon rr li V .f l -ty ig a r ' ' I the rl lr:.'l tlh a Q s lsteps b 1 J s f s , A - d e ft. 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OMEGA Arwen ot lost me Frnol deodfrre nod been met co ed tors oon Bocnmonn ond Huon Kobe could rest more eosdy Aided by Dons Gorlond cnourmon of the cutting ond oostnnc committee ond Wortbo Heu ef Cnolrmon of oll the vvrlte ups the boolc nod moved unto rrs present condr Hon Were vvere the usuol number of rrnstoles to be corrected but tnese vvere Flxeo before rt vvent to press lx kortno Hooper proved to be on outsfondrng corresponding secretory Co bu ness monogers Adelle Godfrey ond rm N Clune lweoded fbel rof od oetter Q bool yea eot run r e Speclo events rhur took ploce Kew E words red s orr ond E por on eoded tn I t pborog opners whose untnruno eHorts mode flwese outstondnno ouctu es ovonloble Vlere It not tor Pot Nnrnef one Mor oret Tokool true unuor ond Sopnorrore olctures vvnudw nod to be posted rndrvdddlly mont never Hove een done ine vvnole soFf hopes you will enjoy your nego to the urrno tos N6 re e rue to mo e lr d bool tnotyou vvll treo ure Ro om Row M fwronvdle H Kobor I Drdd GC spes N es o er H G or 1 Mcflune Row Mr Eddy B L1 erte B Ste-de B er e H rr A eoor M Qu Drekezes 3r ow B Wnllomnby M Mxdclnryr H Most m A No Q C P M Tolfoqr 4th Row A Harrell Q CoHrns S Moroon S T om er K Edwards D Goriond M usen M vorren f Heuer Jth Row W ooo rr S ssler f on E d r Nl Do rs H Ho X ' H ' ' M ns o record of me ' F u Q .n I - 's j E f ' A V d ,, F . 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Eroue, . v , , . ugh BAND The ohhcers cho en to lead the band lor the chool year ol nuneteen forty nune and hlty were presudent Calvun Haywood Vuce presudent treasurer Harry Bucon secretary Elaune Heger lubraruan Ruta Fleshman For the second year the Ann Arbor Huah School Band started ohl wuth a weelc lull ol worlr and play at the Natuonal Musuc Camp at lnterlaclcen lV'uchugan The band underthedurectuon olM Clarence Roth p rlormed at all the football games and led three parades durung the marchung season The band played at all pep rallues and home baslcetball aam s They also played un sorre ol tne ass mblues the weela pre eeduna the annual concert Ihe ba d gave two assembly proauams at the huah hool a d they aave concerts at Tappan ones and Slawson uunuor hugh schools Tl e annual concert was guven wuth the orchestra on lylarch nuneteenth and many who attended the concert saud utwas the best concert ever guven tby the Ann Arbor Hugh School Band The clumax ol many weel4s of worl4 was the dustruct lestuval at Vpsulantu The band receuved C one ratung at tnus lestuval ln Aa ul the hand tool4 part un tne bu annual lvlusucal extrava anza Fo tlught Scandals onor wer brougnt to t e band whuch receuved a hrst duvusuon att olo a en nble contest ongramlatuons to hi a ana alory to Ann A oor Hugh Scnoou Bottom Row D Fuegel C Haywood l Servus Cruppun E Dershem Teasdale D Boon D Euteman D Townsend ind Row L Qrenst e j Dalcun H Muller M jory O Sumon M Feldlramp M Snuder C Keyes H Bucon 3rd Row j Crawford M Snucler J Guster D Falkenberg H Walker R Fleuschman M Wandyl M Marz N Tervo 4th Row R Hale T Heger F Basom E Tubbals j Grunfuth M Stuen D Ham P Farrer j Agar E Heger 5th Row H Hardwuclc B Olsen R Schwartz D Dow N Hardwyck G jayrue J Loulcatlca F Stollstelmer G Muller OVIS 6th Row Mr Roth R Strunger C Barnett B Wunder R Rogers Frusunger Heudemus D Eutman F Bowdl Barrett 7th Row D Kaecher F Hall H Haugh j Morrow STAGECRAFT Hugh prauses are to be guven to the stagecralt class' Although thus group us a class the school a d all those groups who use the audutoruum would be lost wuthout tlneur wullung assustance Thus group talces care ol the stage lor all he assemblues and productuons put on by the scho l 4 Thus taslc requures much worlc alter school and all the members ol the class have wullungly guven theur tume Under the able durectuon ot Mr Ronald Dawson the stagecralt class has learned a great deal about the runnung ol a staae and tne produ tuon ol plays . 2 n ' , s - ' ' sc , n V 1 : . I . - J ' r ' 1 1 f f E - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l ' . . 1 1 u ' ' 1 ff J 1 - f " A -A I Q 'f g 1 o .c 1 1 1 I l I ' A l'l 5 6 ' 'ua ' ' 1 ' 1 'we distruzt s nd v I :Q I uso, 11 1 e1 1 C .cu u ' 11 1' fur, Roth an' the tune The busuest vveel4 for the concert band was bandsmen who have br3ug'wtn3t'1u'ug but honor c 1 T u l rl 1 1' ' : . 9 Ft, . - , , , . , . , . -, . , , , . 1 7 - 1 - 1 - 1, - V71 f - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - V 3 - 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 r 1 ' - A 5 : 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 - 1 11 D 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 4 1 - 1 1 1J- 1J1 1 1 1 . 91 J. 1 1 , 1 , 1 , . 1 E 1 I 1 1 1 t ' Q g 1 A , F1 A l Q . 1 g, . 'RBC ST!-XGECRAFT Bottom Row. Mangan, P. Bachmann, I Fwster, M Sbssan, B. Berger, Mr Dawson 'Znd Row. B. Wah, B. Austin, l, Dartwoad, A Holston. 3rd Row: E, Sffafkey, Ml. Qruschow, G larret, Tpowers, 4ih Row: E Pardon, R Kalamder, D, Haab, F2 Mxffef. "'9Hr1r'u KU ORCHESTRA The s hool or n V3 noyy enjoys the prestIge ol beIng one ol tne best hIgh school orchestras ID the state ThIs came a a result ol Iona hours spent In buIldIng sl4III In musI IanshIp under the dIrectIon ol MIss Cnreen The orchestra partIcIpated In vesper SGVVICQS the unIor and SenIor plays school assemblIes FOdIO programs Commencement exercIses and a c arIty con ert lor tn Vet rans ol ForeIan Vlfars Members ol tne orchestra attended ana played In the UnIversIty ol MIchIgan MId western MusIc CIInIc At the State Contest tne ratlna recelyed was ratIlyIng reyyorc' lor the ellort expended The OHICSVC were as Iolloyvs II anager Roland ones ConcertrneIster ShIrley Schnell LIbrarIans Elaune Gulden Soohua ShewchIn dhurley S hnell Stage Manager Armen Haere Bottom Row I2 Ion s A Hammond E Gould n I Gmlleth E TIbbcls S Shevychm C BOIC9 H Vvene Second Row B Balas C Thomas S DOVIS N DayIs D Heger M jory C Haywood D l7Ieg I B Sanford A Patte son VyaIters M Consart M SmIth If Row B Cross D Bradbury S fyIIson D Dovv N Hartyweg G Lalc KCI F Stols eme IV' D Broclcyvay I DUVIS C Collsca I I?InaguIst V Q ago M SmIth H FInIfoeIn Fourth Row P Bc tsos D Sanford D Good D VI asso I Morrovv H Haujh A CAPELLA The leaders ol thu y ar s A Capella ChoIr vyere aclc Reynola ore Ident BIII Wede meyer VICG presIdent and aclc aclcson secre tary The robes vvere tenderly cared lor by Sue to It that everyone IU the choIr had a boolc and Tou a Dreltet s Wat heo over the hnanc al SIIJOIIOVT Bottom Row B Meyer VV Hutchms A Godfr y A Branson B TNJIIQY T Preltet s D Ham I Gregory M arr N Allen S Henry Qnd Row MISS Nelson I Taggart S Kessler M Corvvm 9 WInney N Schl d B Ielloga S Schr Iber B Balas D Brocxyyay T KOIGIVUIO Burlce 3rd Row N Gregory D Sanderson M Sutton I II IIIIams E Gulden I Caras M Helsel I Bachmann M Hoope B Weaver 4th Row E Enltemann M Ausharran H BOIC6 KIengl Sayre Agar M lV'aIn I Waterman E TIbbals Agnew 5th Row D l9errIn D Al Xander I Moon K Edvvards I? ynolds M We eneyer I2 Iona C IfvanaIlIdeS A Patterson ow F Adans B B.Ird I M Hale K Sa bah 4 'I I H FrISIn Chat s ,L I 6, ' F A A I I N. CI est I . I ' I I . . F Y . . . I . . . . . F . I . A I c H c g , . , A I . . , , ,I . I , , NI 1 1 I I I r . . . C . F r r I I - i ' r h c Ie e I U r. ' .g e , . I , . e , K. , . , . ., , .H , . I t . J : I., , . I , . , . , . , . A, . I , . 9, . , . r- ' I. . Th- d I I. I I If I If. I.I I I Il . . . I . , , . , . L, I Ioyne, o-I , . I t f, J. II e., I , , '. , '. V ' ., . n , . , . er. -1 . if 1 , . , I , I I , , . .-. s e I Kessler and AngelIne Slanner, june Burlfe savv : ,I Is, s I ' I - I - I I , I of f ' I r I r ' H ' I , , , I , , Q , , . I , . e , , ,V C , W en, . , . . 1 r 5 I , . I J, . ' , . ., . , ee e, .It V, I e , , . , . I , . . 1 . , . , . , III I - - 1.I I - I - II - I 'II II ,. ,. ,E Ye-,I ,I ,.Il,g. ,B , 1 . , . e , , . ,I e I I , '. 'd , . g, I K , 6th R 1 . I , . ' ,g. 2 I , . t J 5 , I. qlaclso I D. Crosoy, I, B rd, P. Tfbbals G IW-'enLt, . ge' I TEV. SONGBIRDS AND CRCWS Ann Arbor Hugh School has always been proud of nts four vocal groups The A Cappella Chorr Contando and Boys Chorus are under the drrectron ol Mnss Nelson G rls Chorus has been led this year b Mrs Anderson lhese musical organrzatlons have been very active ID varrous programs and contests and thev have added therr support to many school actrvrtles The combrned etlorts ol the groups will be used an the br annual Footllght Scandals lhrs program which wall be presented the Qoth and Q7tl1ofAprrI will feature group talent and rndrvrdual solos The theme wnll be developed from the songs ol the past hlty years The Gay Nrnetres wrll be presented by the Cantando The gurls wnll represent the era by dressrng as Gibson Grrls ard snngrng the songs ol that trme The lrrple lrro wrll be llappers while slnglng and dancing the Charleston Next the Boys Chorus will sung songs ol the Flrst VVorld War A stage door canteen wall be presented wuth the band The A Cappella Chour wlll end the Footlnght Scandals wuth a nrqht club scene rn whrch It will sung hut songs from the current Broadway productions -lhrs program promuses to provrde good entertalnment lor everyone Another program In which all the groups par tlclpated was the Christmas Assembly Whale M ranvllle s English eight class posed tableaux on the stage the vocal organlzatrons sang appropriate music from the balcony Also at Chrrstmas tame the A Cappella Ctorr was rnvnted to sung rn the annual cnty program span by the Junior Chamger ol Commerce Cantando and the Girls Chorus assrsted an the slnglng ol the lavorute Chrrstmas carols The A Cappella Chour recorded a radio broadcast whrch was played on Chrnstmas Eve The Chorr sang Chrnst mas songs and two solos were sung by Helen Bolce and Fnleen Fnlcemann The vocal groups gave a Sunday Vesper Servrce and an assembly thus year Bath were engoyed by the parents and students The groups also toolc part nn the Easter Assembly All the vocals groups have entertalned other organizations IH Ann Arbor during the past year The Boys Chorus had the pleasure ol srngrng lor local servrce clubs and The A Cap pella Chorr was aslced to sung For a church conference which was held rn Ann Arbor durlnq November The chorr also sang lor the Good Frnday servuces sponsored by the youth councrl Cn May 'I3 all the vocal groups wlll enter the State Music Festuval to be held ID Ann Arbor lhls year the A Cappella Choir wall end the school year by singing at the Bacco laureate service and graduation Bottom Row J Hollis M Schneider C Boyer J Boclc M Stollstermer T Delco S Judson M Mclntyre JWree M Talcagr F Douvrtsas G Lrchty B Craug Second Row G Brewer S Bandrolchalc M Salusbury S Whittington J Brumgartner B Barth A Sheets M Parls M Sauer E Penn C Hall S Shewchnn Thnrd Row A Sleet Luhm A Manooglan A Powers G Richardson B Schwalm l Suarez E Hodge G Booth M Schnerder Fourth Row P Smith B Cushing R Loy F Mast E Shlngledeclcer V Mathews S Abbot J Koengeter S Newcomb M Phelps Frfth Row A Bray L Wagner S Galcle P Mitchell C Bolce S Blom D Calloway L Lewis M Blalce N Nungester M lllr M Branch Bottom Row N Brremng C Staubach Mrs Anderson G Duccuon E Jones D Ford Second Row A Bray K Clarlc D Townsley J Page J Moore E WOlH J Edds H Saterla Tlmd Row l Brown L Salles D Kornexl E Katopodrs C Vreeland D Verames S enlcms B Mull Fourth Row D Reeves A Brumbaugh G Downey R Carlton M Dundas J Duke M Moore D Hardwick Those not present C Kaufman N Kaufman A Freeman P Groornes L Moore J Howard P Carrlngton X 4 rl X I , . . 1 I . . , . . l - . . . . l , . l 1 ' fs . 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SENIDR PLAY lhe play selected lor the Seniors this year was one Eyre lhe cast was chosen early rn Febru ary with the lead b ing given to Sue lrometer Qpposrte her Al Douglass portrayed Nlr R chester lhe rest ol tne cast consisted of Anne lVlcCJregor as lf-oh the superstitious maid l-lelen Borce as Mrs Fairfax the dependable housekeeper Sue Collins as the mysterious Grace Poole, and Adele Godfrey as the sophrs trcated Blanche lngram who was sure that she would marry Mr Ro hester Qthers rn the cast included oan Darling Bob Morrison Betty Brasslreld Nlarre Nagel erry Moon and aclf Reynolds The play o curs within the halls ol lhomlr ld l-lall a dreary mansion set on the moors ol England lVlr Rochester rs the owner ol the home hut he does not spend much ol hrs time the governess lor hrs youno ward lherr lrrst meeting rs a clash ol personalities She un aware as to who he rs he ones indignant at the guestronshe aslcsolher Alter a be omes a auarnted with tne Top Row A Douglass house and its rrany o cupant and realizes h r treatment ol her master she alces a se ret liking to him Weird experiences occur There are screams rn the night and even an attacl4 on lVl Rochester And as time moves along one and Mr Rochester lall rn love with each other As their marriage approaches tne la ts a e revealed to one thatlVlr Rochester rs married to an insane woman who rs loclced up in the attr ollhornlreld l'lall ane oecrdes to leave tne manor Mr Ro chester broods over his plight Qne night hrs insane wrle escapes lrom the attrc and ets lrre to a wing ol the house ln attempting to rescue her fVlr Rochester rs blinded lhe death ol h wrle rs the second result ol tne calamrty and she and Nlr Qochester are happrly united lhe dramatic story with its strong love story was directed by lVlr Ronald Dawson The et too was tne result ol hrs worl4 The plav wa presented me evening ollVarch 3l and Aprrll Second Row l Moon B Morrison j Darling B Brassfreld A Godfrey lvl Nagel l Reynolds A McGr gor H Borce S Trometer A Douglass S Collins M Kerlrkowslcr Third Row A Douglass A Godfrey B Brassfreld Fourth Row A Douglass M Kerlrlcowslcr Filth Row A Douglass S Collins Sixth Row J Moon j Reynolds A Doualass S lrometer H Bar A McGreao Seventh Row A NlcGreaor B Morrison j Darlrna I V ' " J , r c s ' - e ,l - ' - . s t c , . . V 3. . I I V I , , X r r . l i rl I - ' J W 1 A V f I- r - A ' I 1 1 I C V 1 if I , . ' D ' , r . i J , , l - r - I I 1 i ' lcl 1 .l X ' I A . . S , c ' A i 'e . A I A , . ' ' . is 4 A . , . within its conlines until glaye Eyre arrives to he lane Finally returns and is told ol the dlSOSt6V, . U E . , M X g . ref I C . . . E V . r - A l ne c , c ' . l . l tl o ' s . ra ' A 1 - 1 - 1 r 1 1 - - : , , . , . . : . , . . 1 : . , . . 1 '. , . , . ig , . , . ce, . 4 Y. Q HAD A DATE WITH JUDY Alter much consuderatuon and thought on the part ol Mr Dawson Mr Frank Reed and lVluss Bunlord A Date Vkfuth udv was chosen lor thus year s unuor play Starred un the leadung role as the actuve uncontrollable udy Foster was ulua Ross who wuth all ol her teen age antucs k pt the audu ence amused as ut was umpossuble to preduct whuch way the aurl would next turn udy was not alone un her loolushness Her two best lruends Barbara and Nlutzue were always by her sude Darbara was not quute as aggressuve as was udy but provoked many a laugh Mutzue was an unveterate gum chewer Luddue Peulel portrayed udys mother and exhubuted a patuent tolerance whuch Hugh father lelt that hus chuldren over worked a nuce dusposutuon A twelve year old brother Randolph added to udy s troubles She regarded hum as a mere pest but had to concede hus dry sense ol humor and the lact that he was brght lor hus age Qlten thus brughtness was turned unto remarks durected at hus older suster udys boy lruend not exactly the type you would expect her to cherush was toll ganglung and unpolmshed Qague who was personuhed by Luddue Peufel julua Ross Hugh Wenk julua Ross Dale Perun Dale Penn The boy s vouce had yet to make uts decusuon as to a permanent putch Cggue got lost un the shuttle when Rex rroved next door and swept udy away un a blaze ol sophustucatuon and polush Thus plot us hungea around the crusus ol rausung lunds for the Com munuty Chest A beauty queen us to be crowned at the prom udy s claum to thus glory was to wun on her own Most Kussable l.ups contest The euror ol her fathers pucture receuvung a specual award as beung the only man un the contest hughly amused the auduence udy s ruval Tootsue Whuteman was successful un the contest and ludy s prude drove her to the pount where she would not attend the prom A bad case ol measles came to the rescue udy not only won her coveted crown but Qggue too saw the lught ol vuctory rum the cloud ol despaur He got to take udy to the dance A Date Wuth ludy set an all tume record for unuor Play attendance More than twelve hundred people wutnessed the truals and trubulatuons ol the Foster lamuly and theur lruends durung the two evenungs the play was presented Mr Dawson s able durectuon ol the play and hus supervusuon ol the set constructuon made a combunatuon that deserved th prause guven Nancy Gubson Pat Hempull Glennetta l.echty Blanche Mutchell Hugh Wenk julua Ross Duck Beedle Jum Smalley Seated Bud Andrews Blanche Mutchell Nan Hannah Nancy Gubson Nlaruue Morton Luddue Peutel julua Ross Glenetta Luchty Nan Gregory Standung Dale Perun Duck Beedle Galand Podesta Hugh Wenk Jum Smalley Dave Dow Pat Hempull 5 Julua Ross Hugh Wenk 6 Duck Be-edle Hugh Wenk -lum Smalley 7,1 XX ll . . . 1 . u . 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SENIOR ASSEMBLY the Sensor Absempry torted oh tn: yeor wnth o whoop ond o holler os the ruvol bug chlel ull Murphy ond C rl Kro lce were corrleo own the olsles to the toge loy thelr trufty vvorrnors The othcrol :nt rpr ter wo Som Nrco l u who presrded over tne Conte tpetween the rr ol trupes The Corte t wo one over to err l-lelen Bolce ohn M l-lole Vxlolter lropp Brll Wederneyer ond Fronlfle potterson song olley to the open ronges ol the Greot South west Floyd Stoll terrner ond has trumpet Fred Bosorn wrth hrs occorduon ond the plono peung ployed by Sue Ke ler loulo preketes Korl Stouboch ond Myron Wohls were some ol th rnQtrunNent ployeo Two wrno ponds odded to th pow wow nmt liotopol ono oro ru lNuley cornbrned the rhytnms ol the reservotnon the jrtterpug one the oft shoe lor o o n e Cl nel Nrurphy went l-lollywood wlth o bevy ol doncuno lndron rnordem The motion plctt re extrovogorwzo usucllry lrft the nonwe ol the produ ery ond director o thus productlon Mr Korsron hlled the role ol the ohn on llce N ljorcloy ond Wluys porrf Wolker dtrected Thus wos houled by the students ond lofultf olulce os one ol the top ossemplles ol the yeor Student portlctpotlon us one ol the hugh luoht ol ony school yeor Thus comedy rnusucol tolert fv rotoht tnt o vlvlo y Top Left C Kroslce Mr P l y E llollcer B Murphy l Mcl-lole M Nlohl Tropp 'Znd Row F Qtollsterrner F Bosorn C Kroslce S Nucolou B Murphy 3rd Row B Nrley C Votopol B Wedrneyer F Potters n 4tn Row B Murphy C h she B Murphy N ' ' , ' 3 S ' 3 , e A . C F ' E zo ' ' 5 ' o l , B ' o S , 9 1 5 - lo C . C4 G , vu 1. , X A e e - ' 2 fu l c Y r lr V ' o , , U , t -U v ' S . 5 3 l r. , 3 'Q F A 3 F r S v l , J S 0 l . ttf. l v S' X Songs The voriety Qovered tunes from tin-ponf double-teorned on production ond Borporo f 5 , u ' - X . . I A I . K , V S3 I i . S .V S t , K 9 . W -A S . l E V shot tn tu- "3 ut 'll . 1 , , . ,oroo , v. , . t, 4, , , N S, , : ,J , . , . , , , . . : , , X , A , . o . ' z , . 'fo , . . DRAMATICS CLUB lhe Junior and Senior Dramatics Club, under the sponsorship ol Mr, Dawson, made a lasting im- pression with their presentation ol Ulhree Days leave" lor an Armistice Day program, This First World War story came out ol the past, through the maze ol the Second World War, and struck through the complexities ol the present day with deep leeling. Working lor their own enjoyment ol the art ol the theatre, the club saw plays in Detroitand listened to several guest speakers from the University ot Michigan, Jean Gregory and Sue Collinswerethe two presidents during the school year HY The Hi Y Club started this year s activities by taking over the sellin ol lootball programs They generously turned over part ol the money they made to the National YM A to be used in their service program lor the needy people ol the world The rest was used to send Five representatives to the State Hi Y Conference at Lansing where Myron Wahls was elected governor ol the State ol Michigan during this practice legislative period The club collected comic books lor the children in the local hospitals The Hi Y executive board this year consisted ol president Sid Smock vice president Myron Wahls and secretary ack Ward The club was advised by Mr Frank Kline SPANISH CLUB The Spanish Club is open to all students who are studying Spanish lts purpose is to acquaint its members with Spanish speaking countries and the customs ol Spanish speaking people The clubs programs this year hafe included movies speakers parties and music Dr A M Gregor showed movies and gave a talk on several Spanish countries Fred Basom gave a program ol Spanish music The Christmas party was Mexican style with stories songs, and a pinala to break Spanish songs and games Filled one meeting Miss Clara ean Leith spoke onthe subject ol Cuba and it s capital Havana The club also saw several movies on South America lrom the University ol Mich igan Film library The ollicers ol this y ar s club were Ann McGregor president Marga et lakagi and Dick Stuhlmann vice pres dents, Anne Patterson secretary and George ayne treasurer Bottom Row Mr Dawson A Schmid J Jadwin P Hemphill V Onago J Franklin L Portwood Second Row G Lichty M Morton B Brasstield P Munro H Stellard N Gregory J Guthrie Third Row P Bertsos J Weiss D Duoslatf B DeWolfe J Gessner S Trometer S Schreiber Fourth Row R Fox S Collins M Stollsteimer B Agnew M Schneider M Mclntyre B Wilson Fifth Row B Kazmaier P Frederick M Kerlikowske N Hannah N Brown L Halt B Mitchell Sixth Row Moon J Gruschow B Berger A Douglass C Keyes H Wenk Bottom Row R Carbeck L Antieau G Hartman M Wahls S Smock l Ward D OHara M Vogel M Johnson Second Row J Carras R Shellenberger L McCalla H Wagner F Blake G Sidlinger R Gee D Kaercher Third Row Mr Kline M Pet rs R Johnson B Brieholz B Cook L Robbons G Roberts Fourth Row D St ele J Snyder P Uhlendort J Beatty R llli H McHenry D Ladhe O Rosenberry Fifth Row E Fister L M yer S Reich nberger il Schneider C Thomason R Meyer C Witcher R Winkler Bottom Row S Henry A Patterson N Stom M Takagi A McGregor P Winney M Nagel B Kappler Second Row Miss Rasmussen B Schostak E Gulden S Shewchin B Reed M Avsharion C Staubach S Leerkamp Third Row B Walker A Cuodlrey J Jesoersen B Lindberg L Beckley Taggart W Hutchens G Knott Fourth Row J Reynolds R Karsian R Stuhlmann McClune B Lillie B Vfood G arrett G ayne 81 1 ' 1 - ' 1 , J . . 1 7 . . . . . - x 1 1 1 - - C , , . 1 . 1, A . . F . . 'N . Y' .. C , , . ' ', a , . J 1 1 1 1 - I . ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,, . 5- 1 - 1- 1- 1 - 1 - 1- - 1. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. ,. ,, ,. ,. , . ,. . :. ,. ,. , , , . ,. ,. . :J. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . ' . . I -- 1- 1 - 1 - 1- 1o- 1- 1 - 1 - - 5- 1- 1- 1 - 1- 1 - .1- 1- - . I . Q . . . ,, ..,. ,, ,. ,. ,. . 1. e ,. ,, ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . , A , Q .D . . .. ,, U ,. ., ,. ,. , ,. ,, ,. , :. ,. ,. r, , ,. ,. ,. ,. . : ,. ,. ,, ,. ,. ,, ,. . 1. ,- it ,- ,- ,J- 1 - 1- r 1, , ,. ,. ,J. ,. ,. , .J , .J,, 3 C? i G 'C7 4' - mf? v RIFLE CLUB During the school year the Rifle Club toolc part in the National Rille Association Postal Matches held each month and shot lor the Associations aualihcation ratings The Army Department course lor medals was Fired The club sponsored the Sectional Meet ol the National Ritle Association unior shoulder to shoulder Championship Meet The club repre sented the school in the Detroit Area Alcron Pittsburah tri angular match Club champions were determined through the National Scholastic Match and by Firing lor the lour position championship At the Detroit Qlympia the club Fired in tl'e Detroit Times Match Club otlicers were as follows First Semester President Neal Powers, Vice President Morris Pritchard Secretary, Dan Boone, Treasurer Richard Sullivan, Range Qthcer William Maier Second Semester President Richard Rogers Vice President Mary Collard Secretary Sandra Whittington Treas urer Richard Sullivan, Range Qllicer Morris Pritchard SCRIBBLERS The purpose ol this club is to better acauaint pete lor several commercial awards lviiss those girls preparing lor commercial worlc with Morris is the club s sponsor and Autumn Routson the many leatures ol the held Coming from and anet Kolander were the two presidents shorthand and typing classes the members com during the year MUSIC CLUB Here those students who wish to develop a tast lor appreciate and learn to Interpret musi are given the opportunity During the club meeting period recordinas ol the various types ol music are played Following these playinas discussions are held Under the sponsor ship ol Miss Nelson the club provided the means whereby good nusic was enjoyed and understood The oFlicers of the club were president Servis vice president Floyd Stollsteimer and Treasurer Marge Blalce Bottom Row R Rogers N Powers D Boone M Pritchard P Pet rson D Sullivan J Gray Second Row Mr Barclay G Loraway S Bielby B Andrews B Wilson lf Hanselmann B Kapp Mr B Reed Third Row C Balllngall P Mildner B Bisard L Matthews Fourth Row R Onago D Eigeman S Smoclc P Groomes J Newman M Moten R Tower D Haynes D Pfabe S Abbot A Holston Fifth Row F Pope D Holzhauer G Brewer C Elsilor C Hall B Carver M Nellis P Swanson S Whittington H Kiplmiller M Talcagi Sixth Row J Feldlcamp R Rutledge C Toshlcotl N Gibson L Haut H Bucon M Collard M Corwin P Winney Top Row B Hannah A Jesperson B Olson D Ferguson B Hayes B Campbell B Maier J Hammer J Heldam s L Queal Bottom Row Miss Morris A Rouston T Mullreed J Kolander M Hulslander J Miller K Carroll Foster Miller J Kuebler Second Row B Pittman V Miller D Smith H Forn J Thomas N Behnlce J Reems E Hager Third Row M Schneider B Fisher M Murphy l Minges D Luenser G Goetz B Kuohn C Rice S North Fourth Row J Sayre D Fallcenberg R Kopp R Fleshman B Seitz J Neumann H Mast Bottom Row R Cornell D Sellards F Stollsteifner H WarnhoFl W Chase C Evangelides D Heusel G Miller SGVVIS Second Row J Page P Cornell D Bauer D Axelson M Snider B Burke Third Row K Stciubach M Petersen N Allen N Storm J Koengeter D Heger J Wree R Loy l Ringlcvisl M Sauer A Powers Fourth Row B Burd M Zeeb E Enlcemann B Schwalm S Perin L Boyce R Howard C Thomas M Parlas M Phelps S Newcomb Fifth Row J Campbell A Street M Dellabaugh W Sell S Smith B Kellogg J Bearman M Dundas D Ham E Loveland S Galcle Sixth Row C Andress B Savage N Schleede B Meyer T Prelcetes M Masten E Tibbals E Hager D Brockway L Wagner Seventh Row B Wiley S Pratt N Mainwaring S Blom B Martin L Brauer N Davis N Mueller D Garland R Kopp M Hardin J Gessner R9 - - 1 ,. . , . x V ' i 1 ' ' I ' ' r f . , . . J . - - - I . 1 . ' . I . A . . ' J ' ' , , 1 1 ' 1 . .- i I i - 1 f 4 1 . . . . ,A . . . . , . , S 1 ' r . l I Q . . . . V , , c 1 ., .F . . . C . , . V 1 1 ,NJITTT 1 ' 1 ' 1 . 1. . I . B , . . , . , . , . , . - , . , . . 5 - 1 r 1 - 1 - 1 r 1 A 1 r 1 - - - : . , . , . , . , 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 r 1 A 1 - 1 - 1 r , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , , , . , . , . , , , . , . . . ' fs . . , . , . , , , . , . , . , . , . S, 1 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 . 1J- 1J- , . . 1 . , . , . , . , . , , , , , . . 5 - 1 r 1 - 1.- 1 A 1 r 1 A 1 - 1 - - : . , . , . , , , . , . , . . : . , . , . . , . , . , , , . , , , 5 1 1 A 1 V 1 - 1 A 1 - - : . , . , . , . , . , , , , , . , . , . , . . 3 - 1 A 1 r 1 - 1 - 1 r 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 A , . . 3 - 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 A 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 . , . . 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 A1 1 - 1 - 1 ' 1 - 1 5 - 1 ' 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 ' 1 . , . , . . 1 ART CLUB This club, sponsored by Mr North, was the means by which art could be brought close to many students. The members saw many excellent Films on the subject during club meeting periods, Groups ol the club mode trips to the art galleries in both Toledo and Detroit As a service to the Art Room the club worlced on the picture morgue During the lirst se mester soap carvings were mode This was done CAMERA During the past year the members ol the Camera Club under the direction ol Mr Buell became acquainted with the many lunctions ol Dhotography Tallcs were given and experiments performed lor the benelit ol the club Mr Harry Kelly a local photographer gave a very in terestlng tallc and Showed many prize pictures So lar this semester the club has undertalfen GIRLS Qpen to those girls interested in home e o nomics this club is part ol both the state and national Future l-lomemalcers ol America Club The club meets du ing the regular scheduled Club Period and does much ol its planning at Bottom Row D Callaway S Germanis J Douvitsas under the stimulus of the National Soap Carving Exhibit which was on display in the school at that time. The general atmosphere ol the club and its meetings was that ol a workshop, The club ollicers were as lollows first se mester President Nancy Davis Vice Rresident l-lildagarde Wente Second semester, Rresident Christ Kataool Vice Rresident ewett Cole man CLUB the project ol malcing Contact prints ol the winter sport teams and selling them to the team members The club ollicers were lirst semester President Diclc Crosby Vice Rresident Colvin Haywood Secretary Sue Sue Rogers Second semester Rresident Ken Ldwards Vice Rresi dent BillWaltz Secretary Mary Malin CHORUS thot time ln the lall there is a regional meeting with other similar clubs in this area ln the spring there is a state wide meeting and in uly a national convention Second Row H Tanabe L Moore D Cornexl D Gurk N Davis Third Row L Keneslci C Boychelr H Doney T Palmer J Jaclcson H Wallcer R ones Fourth Row Mr North M Todd J aclcson J Smalley B Berger P Moore F Walker B Swartz C Jewet Bottom Row R Bachmann l Jones E Jones S Rogers J Hudson B Dreshell J Collins R Qestreicher G l-'lorning Second Row D Plabe L Owens E Marshall M Sutton M Malin J Agar J Reehm K Boicuilc C Clilce Third Row P Navarra D Haynes R Carlton J Waterman N Kays K Edwards G Egnash Fourth Row Mr Buell J McHale E Pardon B Knoll J Palmer M Stevens E Metzer Bottom Row N Brining C Staubach Mrs Anderson G Diccision E Jones D Ford Second Row A Bray K Clarlc D Townsley J Page J Moore F Wall J Edds H Satterla Third Row I Brown L Salles D Kurznel E Katapodis C Vreeland D Verames S enlcins B Mull Fourth Row D Reed A Brumbaugh Ci Downing R Carlton M Dundas Dulce M Moore D l-lardwicif 90 ' 1 1 1 ' I 1 A 1 ' K' 7' - 1 . . , ' ' I ' 1.l ' f ' f ' , . j ' 1 1 ' 1 .. i I I . 1 1 ' i 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 A 1 C' . 1 1 - i :, ,. ,. , 2. ,. ,. ,, ,.. . J e .. ,, ,, ,. ,, ,, ,. ,. ,. .. :. ,, ,. ,, ,, ,, ,. ,, ,. . :, ,. ,. ,- ,. ,. ,. ,. ,., :, ,. ,. ,. ,, ,. ,. . 1, ,. ,. ,, ,. ,. ,. , :. ,. ,, ,. ,. ,., 2. ,. ,. ,. ,, ,, ,, ,, . 1- 11 1- 1- 1- 1J- 1- 1- 1 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS The lnternatIonal RelatIons Glub sponsored by Mr ICarsIan devoted Its attentlon to the varIous Far Eastern and LatIn AmerIcan Goun trIes These countrIes were studIed because of theIr Importance In the news durIng the year Several tImes durIng the year the club mem bers met at dltlerent club members homes on FUTURE Sponsored by lVlIss I-lardIng thIs club has as ILS OUISCLIVS the servmg ol those gIrls who are Interested In nJrsIng as a career The club meet Ings are Inlormatlonal programs set up to help the gIrls explore the held and Its reauIrements lor entrance DurIng the school year IIS members assIst IP Tuesday evenIngs lor pot luclc suppers and to lusten to the Town Meetlng ol the AIr broadcasts The dIscussIon In whIch the members partoolc were olten as heated as had been the broadcasts themselves Club OTIICGFS were RresIdent Sue Bender Secretary Allegra Branson NURSES admInIstratIon ol varIous school wrde health tests chest x rays and auestIonnaIres Last semester olhcers were Manlyn edele presIdent Barbara GollIer NICG presIdent and Rat 7Immer secretary treasurer The oIIIcers lor the second s mester were GIOFIO RIchardson presIdent aclae Lumm VIC9 presIdent Grace Turvo s cretary and lVlarylllI treasIrer GERMAN The German Club was very actIve thIs year and had Interestung meetIngs and OUISIdS ac LIVILIGS The event whlch hIgh lIghted the year was a Sauerltraut supper served ID the school caletena Folk dancIng to German records Gus I-labberlIn were the guests ol the clulo The regular Tuesday mornmg club meetIngs were devoted to hearung spealrers tell about German cu toms and Ile In Germany Members also enjoyed seeIna movIes and slIdes about Germany and sIngIng and lIstenIng to German songs The club was led tlrougn thIs very successlul l-laerer vIce presIdents l'lugh Kabat and l"lelen BOIC9 secretarIes I-lelen BOIC9 and Martha I-leusel and treasurers George I-lornIng ana Dean SchaIrer Bottom Row S Loolcer G Thomas L Salles S Bender A Branson Mr KarsIan Second Row G Shehan R Cole S Soule B Savage M Katz ThIrd Row Blddle NI Qbee M Blum N Remnant J Fox V Heuer Bottom Row P ZImmer L Andrew M dele N Lurette N BreInIng F Dauvnsas G RIchardson Second Row MISS I-lardmg P MItchell G Tervo C Vreeland D Reeves B Collyer E Mallory M Peterson Thnrd Row B Bluett I Brown G Downey L I.ewIs M Waterbury D Verames S e Ions M Ill Bottom Row M Baur F Mast Bachmann E KIenzle S Peters M I-leusel B BaylIss R Oestreucher Second Row Mrss RIeger I-I Kabat l-I BOICE W Neff D Kennedy G Booth I-I I-laugh TI'IIrd Row D SchaIrer G BOICG R I-lunt D DennIson W I-lallas R Raab G van VoIgtlander A l-'laerer l . . I , - L ' I - V . . I. . ' I ' I ' l I v I I I I u . I A I ' I I I I . , . . I . I I. , I Q . ' ' . ' W I I . J . , . ,N I I I . . . . Q I ' f V I I ' ' . I F I. I J I . . . A I I . lollowed the excellent meal and Mr. and Mrs. year by presidents Elsie KISDZIQ and Armin J. I I ' I f . . ' - l ' I 1 , , . , . , . , , , . . A 3 A. , . , . , , , . , , . , . , . , . , . . , 5 I - I - I - I - I - I A I - - 1 . ,. , I , . , , , I , tj n , . I. 3 -- -I - IJ4 'I - 1 - I A I I I ' ' V 7 I I -Q I I I - I ' I ' I - I ' 3 - I - I - I - I - I I I A I - - SCIENCE The members ol the Scnence Club lurthered thenr lcnowledge ol scnence thns year by con ductnng specna nzed expernments seenng Fnlms and by gonng on several trnps The club pernods were spent nn observnng demonstratnons by other members or vvorlang on pronect Lnqund anr was demonstrated and sonlless gardens were expernmented wnth durnng the second semester The club became allnlnated wnth the Natnonal Scnence Club ol Amernca and boasts a certnlncate and a charter The club otlncers were as follows Fnrst semester presndent Lnddne Pentel, Vnce Dresndent loula Prelcetes Secretary Lons Brauer Second Semester presndent Norm Mangounn Vnce Presndent l-luah Wenlc Secre tary Lnddne Renlel FLORICULTURE lhe rrann actnvnty ot thns years lclornculture Club was an oll day excursnon to Detront to vnew the hower show put on by the Mnchngan l-lortn cultural Socnety The date set for thns trnp was nn March The other actnvntnes ol thns newly formed club a e lorcnng bulbs sweet potatoes and pussy wnllovxs to bloom vnsntnng the many beautntul gardens around the cnty ol Ann Arbor andvnsntnng Nnelson s areenhousesdurnng Chrnst FRENC lhns year tte French Club planned evennng meetnngs to be held at the homes ol the mem bers The mornnng meetnng were enther spent nn plannnna the evennna meetnngs or nn hearnng reports from the members ol the club on the dntlerent aspects ol lnle nn Franc At the tnrst evennng meetnng Mrs ohnson the club aclvnser showed pnctures that she had tal4en on a trnp that she made to France She also aave a tallc along wnth the pnctures Qne mornnng me tnng was spent nn learnnna French Chrnstmas Carols mas and Easter vacatnons to see the prolessnonal dnsplays ln the hrst semester Donald Kapp served the cluba presndent Dorns Kopp was secretary and Ronald Kapp was treasurer The second semester ohtncer were Mary Lynn Donally presndert Vnrgnnna Frisch vnce presndent Ronald Kopp secretary and Bnllne Pentel treasurer Another evennng meetnng was held at the Stage Coach lnn The French Club attended a ploy put on by the Llnnversnty ol Mnchngan It gave the members a chance to see how much French they were really able to understand The ottncers ol Le Cercle Francans were presndents Martha Hooper and Alnce l-larrell vnce presndents Alnce l-larrell and ohn l-larrn son and Secretarnes Sue Newcomb and Qle Lobanov Bottom Row lv' Masten V l-leuer B Lnrette Mr Meyers B Stnerle N Keys Second Row F Bowdle j Garland L Brauer L Pentel j Vonge D Edwards Thnrd Row D Robbnns D Staggs T Prelcetes H Frnsnnger l-l Wnnk Bottom Row Mnss jensen D Kopp S Corey M Znmmer G l-lanselmann B Anderson Second Row P Chase j MacDougaII S Toney V Frnsch R Kopp Thnrd Row D Barnett B Pentel G Fowler D Conn M L Donally Bottom Row S Abbott S Davns E Penn A l-larrell Mrs johnson 2nd Row O Lobanov D Klophaalt J t-larrnson R Poland 94 r 1 ' A - I f ' ' ' 4 1 i f . . 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M 'S CQ S7 BOYS LEADERS lhe Boys Leader Club IS not only an enjoy able activity lor athletically minded boys but It also serves as an aid to the physical education department The purpose ol this club IS to train those boys who are Interested to assIst In the boys gym classes The maIn emphasis this year was learnIng how to teach tumbling and the boys had a great deal of lun becoming rubber men The club also performed at one ol the baslcetball aames at Yost Field House and their performance was enjoyed by all Mr l-loward Thompson IS the advisor of this club The othcers were paul Presswood and Guy Posey presi dent Bob Schneider and Paul Presswood vice president, Ernst Wright and l-larold Schnilling secretary treasurer DEBATE ThIs years Debating Team assumed a Sopho more tone to It as the Detroit Free press plague was won ID the Tall by a team ol Sophomores AQGID In the spring with Debating now beina otlered as a credit course a team ol Sophomores competed ID the Spring Speech Forensics With a class to choose lrom Mr Gary Debating ln cooperation with many local employers ana the Department ol Labor many ol Ann Arbor l-ligh School s students are able to combine ence This IS especially true IN worlt dealina witn sales and othce worlc The portion of the ay spent ID s hool IS talcen up witn course directly relating to the student s worlc Mr Thompson B Schneider B Pesswood H Sh llino R Knott Bottom Row M Stevens D Townsen C Potter Mr Cary 'Znd Row D ohnston Harrison M Wahls C McKinney sponsor will prepare a team to compete In the DISLVI t Five A League contest at Lansing Se on The fall team was made up ol Myron Wahl Debbie Townsend ohn l-larrison Mary Ste yens and Cynthia potter While credit Tor this program IS aiyen by th school the employer s Importance IS stressed In tnat he gives the grade earned by the stiden Mr Dahlberg I tne Coordinator ol this pro gram and It IS through his oth e that the channei Tlows lrom school to worlt Bottom Row D Gillespie C Bice j Finltbeiner S North B Valentine D Bre yer J Kolander Mr Dah'berg Qnd Row B Baldus E l-lense T2 Eleichman I Kubler T2 Kopp j McDougal B Truoy 3rd Row T2 Dirlcse Beatty S Kearney Miller M Miller D Vfalialte D Rice D Bauer B Salanaer 4th Row M Silverstone B Blewet l Cooch D Axeison fn 1 - I I V T V . . . - . . X , . . I I ,- . T V . I YT - I. . . ' - 1 I . - l . . . , , .C . - - . X- ' I . L . f S . I Sy ' L I ' I f T , . I I . . e I If . , , I U , . I xt their lormal education with actual worlc experi- on the job. . I i . V Q I . .A - d ' c ' ' l , 3 A ' ' 'c ' . , , I 5. z ,j , , . , . , i - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - ' 1 - 1 - ii - 1 . , . , . ,x. Q , . , . , , . . CONSERVATION The Conservation Club came into being early during the second semester oF this year as a result ol numerous requests by students. There has always been a need For such a club, but not until aFter the First Few successful trips to the Cedar Lake Camp was there enough interest shown to warrant such an organization, This does not mean that all ol the members have gone to camp but a good share have Although we got oFF to a late start the club shows great promise under the able supervision oF Mr Robert Granville The activity program is made uo ol conservation movies d monstrations and lectures. Members also engage in hiking, camping, cook-outs, and other similar out-oF- door experiences. These activities cover many phases oF conservation, including Fishing, hunt- ing, soil erosion, and related practices. The club sponsored one ol the all-school as- semblies, at which Mr. Don Boyer presented a very interesting lecture and movie ol the wild' lile ol Michigan The charter ollicers oF the club are President Neil Remnant Vice President anet Biddle and Secretary Katherine Markey Nancy Reg anall is the chairman oF the program committee ARCHERY This club is open to all Senior boys and airls vvho are interested in learning the sport oF Archery The club meets durina the regular time provided For club activities Shooting is done at this time and occasionally alter school At each club meeting some member gives a short report on one phase oF Archery Bill Wedemeyer was president in the First semester and Margaret Ann Taylor was presi dent in tne second semester INTERIOR DECORATORS Interior d corating being the main interest ol its members the club soent most ol the First term learning color schemes mixing paints and then studying the Fundamentals ol decorating The second semester proved to be very valu able First small model houses were constructed ol balsa wood AFter the color schemes had been planned the houses were actually painted and Finished All were satished and the year s work was considered a success The club oFIicers were as Follows First s mester president Bob Kuehn Vice Rresident Margaret Rodrler Secretary Tom Murphy Second seme ter President I-larry Geyer Vice President Bob Kuehn Secretary une Burke Bottom Row Mr Granville E Brown j QDonnell B Kappler VV I-lutchrns B Wanzick M Kettelhut 3rd Row D Good j Biddle K Markey j ,Iesperson M Blum A Bray R Backus B Fowler 4th Row R Brumbaugh D Robbins L Queal R Bray I-I Sindlinger j Loukotka N Remnant 5th Row B Miller R Schairer B I-IoFlman G Roberts D Steele B Blewett K Zeeb L Rullins B I-laarer Bottom Row D Rice C Lewis B Else-mann E Swanson Miss I-larney Qnd Row L GriFFith A Brumbaugh M Taylor 3rd Row F I-Iall L RuFFins D Chapman B Wedemeyer K Edwards Bottom Row Mr I-layvvood E Koch j Daum I-I Geyer J Burke B Valentine Qnd Row B Wanzeck O Merrill E Luckhart E Gerdel K Rutledge S Stuhlmann 3rd Row S Morgan I-I Luckhart T Podevvell B Kuehn R Frey O Donnell 4th Row B Ward B Trout E Dersham C Cummings R Steiner T Lupi HI , . . 1 Z R 1 J ' 1 . . D , . . , 1 U 1 . ' ' . . . - . . . . , , I . . . I . . , I . I . . D I . I - . I . ' X' f F ' I ' i 1 4 4 1 S 1 1 ' 1 , I , I I - 1 - 1 1 J , . . ' I ' . . , . , , , , , . , . , . . Qnd Row: E. Cummings, J. Rayburn, G. Brewer, B. Reed, B, Walker, B. Truby, G. Shehan, N. Regenall. : . , . , . , . , . I, . , , , . . 5 - . 1 - I 1 - 1 - 1 4 1 4 1 4 - : . , . , , , . , . , . , . , . , . . F 4 I 'I 1 - I 1 - I 1 ' 1 A 4 2 . , . , . . 5 - 1 - 1 - 1 - 1 - - : . , . I , . , . , . , , . : . , . , , , . , t. , . . 1 . , . , . , I. , .I ,l , 1 . , , , . , . , . , . . 1 Bright and early, six o'clack to be exact, Easter Sunday morning, the Washington Club lelt Vlfillow Run Airport in Capital Airlines, planes lor a trip to New Yorlc, philadelphia, and the nationxs capital. Arriving in New York about nine A.fVl., the club was met by the lew Utrain travelers," alter which all attended church services, wit- nessed the Easter Parade, and visited the Hay- den Planaterium. The next few days were spent OFF WE GO INTO in New Yorlcs wonderland, Radio City, Music Hall, Roclceleller Center, the UN. structure, famous restaurants, shopping and sight-seeing. The short nights were spent at the Commodore l-lotel. The two plays, 'lost in the Starsn and Ml Know my Love," will not be soon lorgotten. The Tour hour stop in philadelphia was a revelation ol early American history Cond the US, Mintll BOYS' WASHINGTON CLUB Bottom Raw: Mr, Barclay, D. Schairer, S. Smoclc, l-l, Wagner, B. Kuehn, D. Ballingall, T Shellenberger. Qnd Row: D. Edwards, l-l. Kabot, j. Douvitsas, D. Gurlc, T Todd, C. Katapol. 3rd Row: W. Sherman, G. Kaercher, M. Katz, C. Wubbena, T M:Clune, D, Steele, T Stewart, K, Edwards. 4th Row: T Lichty, D, Sullivan, N. Powers, P. Campbell. THE WIDE BLUE YONDER We entered Washington DG. by train and visited the many Iamous buildings located in and around the city. The towering Washington Monument, the quiet dignity ol the Lincoln Memorial, and the hustling activity ol the modern government buildings were all vvondered at. It was a tired but happy group ol students and sponsors who stepped Irom the planes upon the return to home soil. Io travel is line, it's good to be home, too. The club ollicers were as Iollowsz Girls, Presidents, Margie Nagel and Stuhlmann, Vice- Presidents, lkaty Markey and Febie Fredricks, Secretaries, Angie Skinner and ,Ioan Gessner. Boys, presidents, Dave Ballingall and Bob Iiuehn, Vice-Presidents, Marvin Katz and Willie Gavin, Secretaries, I-Ierb Wagner and Syd Smack. GIRLS' WASHINGTON CLUB Bottom Row: A. Skinner, K. Markey, N. Nagel, S. Stuhlmann, I3. Eredericks, bl. Gessner. Qnd Row: M. Zeeb, S. Bender, I Schlecht, S. Morgan, I Darling, A. I'-Iarrell, M. Donally, R. Kapp. 3rd Row: S. Davis, J. Burke, M. I-Iooper, M. I-Ieusel, B. Reed, M. Warren, B. Reifel. 4th Row: A. Gale, J, Taggert, I Bachmann, D. Garland, T. Preketes, S. Kessler, S. Irometer, B. Aufderheide, B. Savage, S. Smock. Sth Row: M. Taylor, S. Overbeck, I-I. Mast, M. Masten, L. Brauer, P. Munro, N. McGreger, A. Godfrey. 6th Rowg W. Sell, I2. Fleischman, N. Mainvvaring, M. Collard, N. Davis, B. Brasslield, M. Kerlikouske, I I-leger, S. Collins, S. Finkbeiner. 7th Row: T. Mullreed, A. Routsen, I-I. Boice, G VanVoightIander, Miss Zaller, Miss Lundgren. 1555 1 ' L41 4, FIVE A CHAMPIONS FOOTBALL RECORD A-A IDINO ANN ARBOR I 30 IIe Creek I on mc Qextom O C D NN ARBOR AR FR NN A NIR ARWOR WN ARBQ QNI ARI? R N NI ARHC Undefeoted Untled Ann Arbor -I fine 'I P IOIGI 193 points opponenis Q0 pomIS OCD 3 Q O D D Ilsm R d c 3' IFA? f QT HJ R W L PF PA PCI. , 'A' . 4 Lf' 'Qi 7 . r I t 3 4 4' ,Q 7,0 O S V , 'I 2 T4 ffl 5 LC11Smg,EUeterm 'I 3 ' 3 C5 .QSO VIGQR VI I O T- 83 Q' LI I Hovd Src , F Iiwfv SuIIr'.'cm Q. Dom I ohomey 5. Q0 I fo 7 In 3 N Ve N9 .. LIXJN LEO LO I:i1.f fri. 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' 'f-1 VTQQVQ9 ni 11 ,f 19.1-4, PIGSKIN PUSHERS Under the drrectron ol new coach l-len y l'lanlQ Fonde and Captaln Stan Burns Ann Arbor Hugh s 1949 lootball team recorded nts hrst unbeaten untred season rn nrne years and brought back nts hrst 5 A League champronshup srnce 1945 Sweeprng undefeated through an exactrng eight game schedule Fonde s Pioneers clrmaxed their season ellorts by Flattenrng tradltronal rrval ackson by a 53 O score Against all competltron the Rroneers scored 193 points and held therr opponents to Q0 lor the best all round showrng slnce the 1909 Nlrdwest Coach Fonde named 35 letter wrnners at the close of the 1949 season and T5 will be back for at least one more year ol competition enlors wlnnrna mayor letter awards were Capt Burns Don Dohoney Vlfsllre Gavin Wedemeyer ack Ward Duck Raab Chuck Lovelace Bob Winkler LeRoy Baker Brllgher man Butch Stoddard Frank Patterson Don Gro ham Roger lVlaugh ohn Matteson lVlorns Rrrtcnard Floyd Stoll termer Brll Bethke Carl Kroske Duck Sullrvan Llnderclassmen named lor letters were Capt elect De-nnrs VVhrtley Don Boorom o n Cart wrrght Bob Randall Rrenty Ware ohn Mor row Bud Parks lm Love on l"lrnz ob lf eber Drck Chatters ack Grey Marv Fraker Raul lrbbals Mrke Rodrrguez State hrst team selectlon was voted the most valuable player by hrs teammates Dahoney won unanimous declsron by placing on all hve major mythrcal elevens and was Nlrchugan s only representative on the hrgh chool All American pla :ng onthe econa team HARRIERS lfhnnung three ol sux dual meets Ann Arbor l-lrgh school s cross country team hnrsned thrrd rn the QOth annual Fave A League and fourth ID the state Led by Co captarns Bob Burwell and Bob Burd the Rroneer harners defeated Lansrng Sexton Lan Ing Eastern and l'lowell Coach lrm Ryan s rJnners lost to ackson and Battle Creek who places 1 l an the state respectrvely and to Ypsrlantr state Cla s B runner up George ayne was elected at the close of the season to lead next year team ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR Lansing Sexton Battle Creek ackson Lansing Eastern l-lowell Ypsrlantr Ill ' ' ' . , , ' A ' , Bill C , I V f f J V I I , . - . . I J I , . .. I . . I XJ h - cl ' ' A 1 1 'r J ' , , . , , , D ' , B 4 r I Vl 1 - r J r pioneer team was acclaimed champions ol the End Don Dohoney, Ann Arbors only Allf S . . V W . C. S l ' . ' J V 17 ' .4l Q9 .97 40 J .19 s . Q6 ' . .33 , 15 , 50 30 ' ' , ,, ,NQ5 RIM ROLLERS Ann Arbor l-lrgh School s basketball team, wrnnrna ten out ol srxteen games duruna the regular season, won the regional champronshrp, and advanced to the State quarter hnals before beuna ellmrnated by Detroit Catholic Central ln the Frye A League the Rroneers, under the tutelage ol Max Oecowets, hnlshed rn second place Wrth a 5 3 record Ouard Syd Cook led the team un rnduvndual scoring wrth a total of T60 point Stan Burns All Frye A guard, and Captarn Don Dohoney were close behrnd It was thus same trno who made up three ol the hye players named tothe All Cnty team Sensor letterwrnners were Syd Cook, Stan Burns Don Dohoney Ron Zeeb, Duck Stuhlmann Don Frayer, Gene Rexchenberger, and Floyd Stollstermer To return For next season are Tony Ronce Floyd Rarks Dennrs 'Xfhrtley and Captain elect ohn Morrow ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR Royal Ga Monroe Battle Creek Dearborn Orosse Rolnte ackson Lan Ing Sexton lan :ng Eastern Battle Creek Dearborn ackson l.anslng Sexton l.ar Ing Ea tern R GTONAL TOURNAMENT ANN ARBOR 40 Battle Creek ANN ARBOR lac ow TATE TOURNAMENT ANN ARBOR fro D tortCuth Cent oo R ee eae FSKOIS e DWhtey Ro eco ets o o e o e o Do Doho ey Syd Cook o 19 ooR MKa Ro jNe Ro Zeeb Illh c NA Oec o He se B D R eke e Ro R Alst O en a e a ' . 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"fr, 1, K ,Z fx .3 ' - '- A . gift 4 1 :V ' X ', 1311511 W U 1 A 16 17 618 10 K 11 7N41!.,12U1?J15nUZ21 GRUNT AND GROANERS For the second straugnt year Ann Arbor l-lugh School s wrestlung team hnushed second un the regular Fuve A League season but swept on to wun the state crown Coach Frank Klunes matmen losers only to Lansung Eastern durung the ten meet season won sux state champuonshups placed second wuth three men and one each carrued away thurd and fourth places Thus umpressuve record gave the school the team tutle WRESTLING ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR Monty Johnson led the Ruoneer vuctory pro cessuon by wunnung the state 95 pound tutle Qther hrst place wunners were um Servus at 'IQ7 pounds Gene Morruson at 'l3B pounds Muke Rodruauez at T45 pounds Butch Stoddard at 'l65 pounds and Sam Holloway at 165 pounds Second places were taken by ack Townsley Kungston Smuth and lVlarv Fraker All of Coach Klunes entrants placed as um Yates won a thurd place and Don Folts a fourth SUMMARY Lansung Eastern Battle Creek Cranbrook Jackson Lansung Eastern Battle Creek Toledo DeVulbuss Jackson Lansung Sexton State Champuonshup PADDLERS Coached by l-lenry Fonde and Raul Cluttord and led by Co captauns Karl Staubach and Bob Meyer Ann Arbor l-lugh School s swummung team won three out ol eleven dual meets and lunushed lourth un the l:uve A League Breastroker Tom Case was the leadung pount ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN ARBOR ANN AREOR Bottom Row M Johnson J Yates D Folts M Rodrequez J Townsley K Smuth B Stoddard wunner and was voted the team s most valu able at the close ol the season Case won the unduvudual lfuve A League Breastroke Cham puonshup and was pucked to place hugh un the state meet An untumely attack ol unlluenza how ever kept hum out ol the water Gene Smuth was elected to the captauncy ol next year s tankmen Ypsulantu ackson Flunt Central Lansuna Eastern Kalamazaoo ackson Battle Creek Ypsulantu Unuversuty hluah Rontuac Servus R Etzel l-lolloway B Constant O Morruson M Fraker Mr Klune Qnd Row R Badumann G Knott D Ol-lara B Gee l-l Athanson F Seyfrued Carrus Splutt B Sherman J Love R Brumbaugh C Hadley R Arnst R Kaufmann 3rd Row B Wood C Sharp A Clague D Carkeek B Graft J l-lunz J Heald D Ouualey R Long A l-lughes P Spradlun L Orensteen Kungston Smuth Mr Klune and Jack Townsley Co Captauns and Coach Mr Clutford Karl Staubach Mr Fonde and Bob Meyer Coaches and Captauns Bottom Row N Brooker N Sprung T Case B Meyer K Staubach C Wutcher D Walker J Snyder D Lahde Qnd Row Mr Cluttord D Cooper D Prochnow E Smuth J Matteson C Thompson D Sellards J Stewart J Camp bell Mr Fonde 3rd Row B Rogers P Nauler R Pope B Savage A Jesperson D Fuegel J Rayburn S Sprunaer D Good B Kurrupton B Frayer Ill . - - I . . . .....'l7 ' ,......Q3 .....34 ....34 ...,,.,, ...Q ......'I5 ' ........QQ ......3'l ......Q9 " U38 ,......., ....Q ....,.QQ A .......'I6 ANN ARBOR .QQ Royal Oak . .. .51 .39 ' ' . .. .45 ..3Q J . 59 . 40 ' .44 . 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SLUGGERS Wrrh the blowrng of sprung breezes around Ann Arbor, Coach Kurt Kampe along wrth Captain Sam Nrcolau wrll combine to lead the Rroneers unto defense of therr hard won 5 A Ut 9 The boys who knock out the base huts at West Rark wrll be called upon to do a bug rob thrs year They wrll have to supply the power and freldrng to help support the expected weak prtchrng staff lt the rest of the team does :ts job look out The rnfueld has unlrmrted power wrth Don Dohoney at thrrd Capt Nlcolaou at short ohn Cartwrrght at second and the doubtful starter Duck Kung at first The outfreld seems to be all but sewed up wrth Make Rodrrquez rn left Syd Bones cook rn center and probably rm Love rn rrght Tryrng to battle the varsity out of their Jobs wrll be rnflelders Skip Relchenberger, Don Frayer, Duck Stuhlman Dale Rerrn, and Bruce Fraser Trying to land outfreld jobs wrll b Galen Rodesta I Carras lm Beatty and probably Brll Spleth The pltchlng department rs wrde open but Duck Nowland, Dave Ballrngall, Tony Ponce, and Walt Nalepka are expected to be the frrst four The others, Duck Beadle Francrs Blake Herb Vlfalker and Brll Spelth wall recerve an ample chance When the umpire yells Rlay Ball thus sprang the followrng wrll probably start LF Mike Rodrrauez CF Syd Cook OOO 3B Don Dohoney TB Duck Kung SS Sam Nrcolaou C Brll Bethke O QB ohn Cartwrrght O RF um Love R Duck Nowland O Last years 5 A trtle holders left every prtcher they faced mumbling to himself as he left the park The club hrt a fantastrc 35l and won out under the mercrless prtchrng of Brll Denl-louter HUFF AND PUFFERS Wrtlw a strong team merely taken for granted the men of coach Tum Ryan embark upon another season ust as everyone expects the Yankees to be good everyone counts upon Ryan to make things Interesting rn the 5 A and state runnrng and freld competrtron Thus sprung Ann Arbor wrll probably depend upon the followlng men Mrlers 'l Q Mrle J 4 Mule Bob Burwell Fred Adams ack Vllard George ayne Bob Burd Dash Men Pole Vault Shot Putters Vern Nixon Roger Maugh Don Hrnz Bob Fowler Bob Randall Last year the boys who puff and pant frnrshed second rn the 5 A and 7th rn the state l-lrgh lrghts of an otherwnse medrocre season were Don Douglas wunnrng of the State Half Mule and Mark Fords second rn the low hurdles Also outstanding was Alex Evans Don Hrnz Mark Ford, and Bob Fowler the relay team Vlfho frnrshed frfth ID the state competntron Bottom Row Mr Kampe D Sullivan H Schaffer B Frasher J Cartwrnght N Brooker S Rerchenberger F Blake B Cole R Mueller R Hllla R Uhlenclorl D Mrnnrs A Wenzel Qnd Row J Reynolds E Gerdel L Kntchen L Robbrns R Bacon M Rodrrauez J Meyers S Nrchalou R Nowlancl D Beadle J Carras B Neff B Bethke D Rreketes Mr Gecowets 3rd Row A Podrwrl B Spleth W Tucker W Kereluk T Ponce S Cook D Dohoney D Stuhlman C lllr G Podesta E Smith C Kocrolek D Frayer B Kuehn D Balllngall 4th Row J Wrnkelhous B Younger D Thomas J Mangan P Schwerder J Buster R Edluot A Nucholou J Cart vvrrght J Neuman B Kambach W Nalrpka D Nordman M Katz TRACK Bottom Row J Jackson L Meyer F Adams G ayne M Prrtchard P Spradlrn R Randall Qnd Row D Hrnz S Chase R Maugh J Ward B Fowler W Gavrn Crrppen V Nrxon 3rd Row J Jackson J Love P Ware L McCarthy R lllr L Shearer C Keyers M Fraker H Morning tar 4th Row B Burwell B Burcl C Jewel! 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I , ., .. 1 QQ' -..w. 45 Gm .4 v,,., in.f.un15 A! 065,00 '+A avi ABOVE PAR The Ann Arbor Hugh School aoll team may have had some doubtful seasons un the past but s season one thuna us sure they wul umproved Leadung the men dovvn the Iaurvvays vvuII be Captaun Durvvood Space who vvull be come the thurd member of the Space Iamuly to Captaun a Puoneer qoll team Followung Cap taun Space down the Iaurway vvull be BII Wedemeyer Chuclcgchlanderer Ron 7eeb and Harry Athason The competutuon un thus sport as well as un most other sprung sports wull be vvude open so dont any ol you hopeful club swungers be dus couraged You have an excellent chance ol vvunnung a varsity uob Naturally Coach Klune s boys vvull muss Denny Qttosen Duclc Vlhutehead and Ron Hole un one Taylor but Be Blaclfett and a host ol sophomore should help hum Iorget hus trouole NOT ALL LOVE Wuth last year s dusa t ous s ason behund them the Ann Arbor Hugh Iennus team us hopelul ol brughter days ahead Coach Hanl4 Ironde s Netmen loolc extremely prorrusuna thus season and have an excellent chance ol vvurunung the 5 A LIL 9 Last sea on the boys vvho bat the ball ov r the net vvon only one whule droppuna nune Even vvuth thus record they managed to tue Lansung at rn lor Iourth olace un 5 A competu tuon Thus season hovvever they have more re turnung lettermen than any other Ieaoue team and could be strona for thus reason Ingles um Atlcuns Cap erry Moon ohn IVIcHale Don Alexander erry Muller DOUBIGS avr e lar s an Elcstrom Dua palt and Dcl4 hat ers L ttermen Alorg vvuth these are De hy hutley a a lCl4 FIQQQI ILAFIOVS VVWO9 LSVLOID Iond hopesol brealcunv unto the tartuung ve Bottom Row N Mangounu I2 Poland MCH Ie Moon I? Atlcuns D Alexander F Paras 0 Lobanov Qn Row D Euteman I Morrovv A Grant H 'xenlf C Elcstrom Heald H Frusunaer E Fungerle I? Mull r 3rd Row Mr Fonde D Fue el B A.ustun I3 I ood D Good G bunal nae I2 Constant I? McDonald I2 Karsucn Bottom Row C S hlanderer D Space B edemey r B Eocke Qnd Row I2 Ioseph D Carlson Heudamos C Blaclcett H Ptllne 3rd Row Mr Iflune D Deden B raf B Bruehclz ID lvlue ler I I XX ll . I , . . I , tl-ui , ' V ' A ' I be ' I . I - . . . . v u I f , C 1 'u - u I D 1 H . S ' I 5, XX ll A I S V S I 1 : ' . ' I C tft D s S I d rd joe- , - I I r s u C - I . t . 2 , S J I L, U . ik , u 9 . L se , A - I, , I - u- 'I u hun., VI l I J , ' . I n , , V A . A f' I u S. A LI , 3 , , , C , , . , . , . ' , . . d , I , - , . , . , s u , I , , , Q a u A' u r , . , , M , . , , , . 4 Y , , - c , , . , NF. e, . I ' tt 1 , X , . ,I , , , , , 2 1 . . , . , .O , , , I ,. : GIRLS ATHLETIC CLUB Ine G1 I Atlwlet c Clu enjoyed an actnve ear under tlwe entlwuslastlc leaderslnp ol tlwenr p e Idewt ue Kessler Vice Rresu ent ue Mo aan Se retary Jer: ox and tlte auldnna soowsorslup ol Muss I-Iarney Dunno tlwe year tlwe gurls partucnpated I0 tlwe Iolloyvuna sports lnocI4ey volleyball pang pona basketball bowling badminton and ba eball In tlwe Iall tlwe Cldb l4ept busy earnnna money by selling relreslwments at tlme Home lootball Carnes More money was aaded to tlve tlll y t'1e annual Barn Dance Ilwese funds were used L Re Camp lor a weelr end ol lun For tlwe second conse utrve year a Faye A Play Day was neld Ilwls year tlwe scene ol acttyntues was a Icson plans now Include tln to be an annual allaur yyutln eaclw Enye A lwool berng no t alternately Llnder tlme leaaersnuo or Captann Barbara Walk rtlwe cI't rlead rs wmtbstood tlw raln and cola ol tlwe Iootball s ason and tlwe long road trups ol tlme baslcetball season Ilwese gurls did a magnxlrcert job ol vvhppnna up sclwool spurut and Reeplna Itat CI bollln polwt lldder tbelr urglna t e Rnoweevs were aole to ltaye tltat all nm ISOPW Bottom Row Mass I-Iarn y S Morgan S Kessler M Avaslmarlan M Warren N I-Iutclwxns A Pa terson M Nag I Second Row N Brown M Morton Fox D Schwartz B Trout I-I I Biddle Thrrd Row esperson M Malin S Stulwlman urth Row S Colllns K Marlcey I3 Frederu If L Brad r C R1 M Toyo CHEERLEADERS jUNIOR VAR ITY Front D DJpslatI I3 Mrley M Ayasharran C C111 pus Back M Zurnm Baufngartner I Bok M Mat VARSITY Front S Moraan l Madlson M Moron M Iayl ac B Vlallrer A I-larrell B Reed I I f 'I rsI I b I I .F c I - V , . . . . r 5 , S ' , - d , S ' I F I c . , s I ru c , I ' I: , V I I M - sc . 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I ' , Y 'cr B Iii , .I , , , . , CZZIIIVIS MORRILL S Typewr1ters Addmg Machlnes of All Makes Bought, Sold, Rented Cleaned and Repalred Student and Office Supp11es 114 S1111t11St t1 511111 Nielsen Greenhouses And Flower Shop Inc Complete L1ne of Novelties and Pottery AMPLE PARKING SPACE Flower Phone 2 3269 Nl 11111 ll XX N A11111111 C ongratulatlons rom CORNELL DEPARTMENT STORE Magazine Subscruptlons Fifty Years of Service Stoftlet News Co South 1 Xl 1 111 411111 Glad Occaslons Llve Forever ll Il 11 1 111 1 111t111111 Ill 11111 111 11 1s We DID 1111111 111 C 1 lflllfl 11111 1 ll P11111 CROWLEY STUDIO Nlllllll xlllll 51111 I 1111 7 Z0 RADIO 21 TELEv1sloN AERO RADIO SALES N NI 111 11111111 3 1 DAISY MEAT MARKET Cltolce Meats 81 Groceries 115111 t 11 1 11111131111 51111 C ongratulatlons The Class o 1950 from GILL LUMBER CO 174 51111111 NI1111 N1 1 Y 1 ., . . . v 1 A ll 11 "' - 10211 z' 1 11111111 1 1 213 .' '10lll'l1l A '1. '1111 1 '. W1 1 111,': '1 1: '1 ' " 11,1 t- QQITIID1.. 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"-TLQT 603 I I 7 OH . . , . , DR ES 9 SANDWICH SHOP WALNUT ROOM MORE STUDENTS BUY MORE BUCKS AT FSEEETTTS H Il ' 3' T ' iX i '22 1, A .n i x ,Q if 1 Y i N 1 EYBLLUYS 5 f 2 , ' ., x Aw v I R 1 ' 2 . S ' . K5 I. Q Qnly the Finest Quality Ar Prices That Are Fair I-IUTZEIQS ANN ARBOR'S FINE STORE FOR WOMEN SI1eI1an Insurance Agency Your Citizen s Mutual Michigan LL e Insurance Agents CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 50 VAN BOVEN INC THE MAYER SCHAIRER CO St t B Ofii e O tiitt g C ds fo All gaulto s dB stW h To the Cl ss f 50 THE MARILYN SHOPPE A Al Nllg, QUALITY PRINTING I a ioners, Printers, inders, l c u ers Greetin ar r Occasions Pllom- 34515 ' 112 South Main St. Allll A1'lm1', Mivl onrtainan e ises a 0 ' ff xx f I fl xx If X I 529-5:51 li. I,ibm-ry sr. Q I I ' ' rw X NIlK'IlIg11Il IIIOIIIOI' Bldg. X x I 5 I x X , III1, 1' mor. I IPIIVLIII ' f X 5 ', ' CCDNGRATULATICDNS ANN ARBOR AUTOMBILE DEALER S ASSGCIATIQN Knoll and Ervs III Inc CHudsonj Vlanaussa Motor Sales CPackardD Nllller Jahnke Motors CC hrvsler Plsmouthj Bye Motor Sdleo CNashj Sttdlurn Motor Sales CKa1ser Fraserj Staebler and Sons Huron Motor Saleo Stevtiglgolgoziaflhoyn CC hex rolet O1dSIHOb1l6D CW luys Overland Jeep? Johnson Sales and Serx ICC Ilnk Motore CDodge Plx mouthj CStudebakerD Ann Arbor Bulck Sauce C ornpanx CBu1ckD Ann Arbor Motor Saleo and Scum CC ad1llf1cD C ushlng Motor Salw Inc CFordD Fltzgerald Jordan CL1ncoln Mercurwj Hockett Sales C ompanx CD9 Sota Ply1nouth5 i B0 . JADU4 '1 I' CHESTER RCDBERT S GIFTS 17 . 7 -,xy Y. , v Y. 4 ' . 2 - I 1 ' A ' X N L , A L , . , , A A A t Y ' I 1 , I , - - L N 'f . n A., . , V .. 7 ., , 7 X X11 x . ' , ' A ' V 1 ' 1 ' , V L N bn. . 1 1 Y - L S' V A . s , , A, C J , 1 , Y . U n 1 7' , , Y. x . L C J ,L . Y Y V , Q A , u A ' A . f . ' 1 T I o Y A A 1 3 . R - , Q , U " I . ' C 'fr -a , ,' 'J' 0 sr! ' Q 1' pi' y 3, 1,41 X ', Vt- .4 I R V , - Q rm N - S -1 il A FN' K u' ' 'il Qiv. 5 l I , 0 X x g . 4 , q .. I ,. ,- A -- I.. . 'A t ' 'I 'S CQ 51 ' " - 1: In . 3 Equal Opportumtzes or Every Boy and G :rl an Ann Arbor ANN ARBOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS ll I X 3 IIII 1 11 1 xc llll Well Tramed Teachers Excellent Equlpment Splend1d School Bmldmgs F1ne Student Body THESE ARE THE KEYWORDS IN MODERN SCHOOL EDUCATION ANN ARBOR HAS ALL FOUR The fm'vsigInt :mal gLc'l1v1'osily UI' Illn- c'iti','ns of Am: Arlu 1' Im 'Q' mzxclv pc s- silmlf- :I city svlmol systf-111 for Allll .-Xrlmor wh" is in Icwpillg witl the rom: 'ka Imlc- rlv ' IIOITIIIPIII of the l'11ix'c-nity Cl pus. STATE DRUG See us for . .. PRESCRIPTIONS TOILETRIES and COMPLETE FOUNTAIN SERVICE ZAHN S AUTCD SERVICE S-I-ADEL 81 SCN F Cth I f CARMEL CORN SHOP GagaIls Grocery I X , Congratulations from 307 S. irst Street Io iers Dial 9858 205 South Main Stree COXIPI.IN ENT Q' ,, ,, OI, For that af er school snack 215 S. 'THl'Ii'I'II ,- wi, 622 East Liberty For the BEST m FOCD Q 'EE THE 'JCCDPIPELQ Bowl or Health ANN ARBOR RECREATION I I BOYCE PHOTO CO Expert Photo Flmshmg Greetmg Cards -Xxhs Brookm s Shoes Flne Footwear Women s and Chlldren s S7 95 S16 95 Everythmg for the Radlo and Camera fan PURCHASE RADIO 81 CAMERA SHOP ll N STEIN CLEANERS 22567 Phones 22568 I Xxx XRBI If CHELSEA FLOWER SHOP ELVIRA CLARK VISEL Proprletor fltx IJ11I 2101! Meet Me at MARSHALL S "Ann Arbor's Newest and Most Modern Fountam Bar" all-.N?'.t .I ' rw Pl.. zmza fans lc. lim-fm 723 N' I"'I'f"'SiIF' A N' f Wm . 1 ' ' at 3 ' ! III3 If. WZISIIINSHUII PI1. 86963 LIIII 'ch :nt l'niv. 203 IC. I,iIw' i' St. 204 C. Wz1sI1i11gzgtu11 , I 1 ' F' i I M 'ull-III x t-Itx IIII"1fQI'NiXI ti I" NATIO NAL PHCDTO SERVICE Your chum photographer F J MUEHLIG FUNERAL CHAPEL INC s it ia c ii ge MCSELY TYPEWRITER CO WANTY 8 REULE I NI ll ll If lD H. Rmaillas RMLAND Cl. Suu Roeizm' li. 1XIl'IiHl.INli Distinctive Footwear for High c oo o e Wear 121-L IC. XY2lSiliIlQQiUIl 2 0 S. - :lin Street Cushing Motor Sales "Your Friendly Forcl Dealer" ZHRFY Diff .ERVKE .Z S 03 COLUNS Dresses Lmgerle Sweaters oats Hosrery Sklrts Sults Gloves Blouses Sclwlanderer 81 Sons 705 South NI un Nt H D Kelly8rSon Commercral and Portra1t Photographers J Noulc Blx cl Phom 9 J 13 Sclwlenker s Hardware General Hardware Cutlery and Tools Pamts and Furnaces Sheet Metal Work Ilhutx Stu 1 " ervrce for Patronage smce 1886 ' ON 514 li. llllsllillgggtoll TPI- ' 33451 The 131-st IDN-ssorl High .'clwol Girls Sh 1 :lt l,1b1-rty :lt Nl2LYIl1ll'Il Jewelers 8k Silversmifhs C ' ' Z.. x nl A 1 . n' . I 21:3-215 W Q x- 1--lr Q-326: :'11.' ' ' . ' rrffi S ' ' ' B. E. EHLIG Dr Goods N XXI XIXNANHIXC IUN 51 XUUHAVE V llff1l1lSIN.dtl1f.I'l1OSt i IITIPOITIIIY IHIILQYOIIL of xour urccr Xlxx us remcmber xour gr ldu H1011 bx wow 11 DEY'YTUDIO S.4IAAIA'l1Vi. .Ari V4 lx AY :rx Avlirx. 7 '-F N . . i A x X I X J s . . . I .- 'L A 4' 1 1 J' lmvillg L1 picture made in Your cap and tv Y ' N L A 1. Hr-:l.l.xBl.1-3 PI-IH'l'Ufili.-XPIIY IN Axx Ama If rr Ii0Y1'IR '5 '3,x1c We hue scrxed Xllll Xrbo1 I-hgh School st11de11ts for oxer 60 NCITS Ict us Qo11t111uc tl11s scrum 1ttcr gr lflll lflOll WAHRS BOOK STORE 101 N NI 1111 St tlb S Starr S Drugs, Sundrxes, and Fountam Servlce DRUG STORE X lnnus SMARTEST wwf HOSIERY SHOPPE Congratulatmns From Hunters Gas Station Standard Oll Products 1111 PHONFN 01 J 1 141 X 111 1 1.1111 X H IOII 11111 lll t General Hardware Cutlery and Tools Furnaces Tmmng Pa1nts MUEHLIG 81LANPHEAR Hardware S Nlllll Xxx A113011 I V 2 7 K A ' A, A, ' I x 1 1 ' ' 71 1 . J 1 ' ' 'T . I X ' ' ' 2 x 1 L . , N L k J- -Y.1 2- sl. : intl" lnvt. fb . 1 . ,i7?J5 "vkr1 .f -.-,-. ,,-, I -LT V . ALEXAN DER A". 1 fil' Z' 4 A , -1"s1 Q , 1, 727 ' "-'city I . ..--- - . - 4 :ff - 1.---. rf Vo '1 1' X '. Lit 1 'tj and First . 1 I v .. 311 - ' ,- , X . 11' 1 ' 's 1 The New Greater IIIIULIQIIOUT the pmt slxtx plus H6115 of L1ooclxe.11 S 111 A1111 Arbor xoul lox dltx and conhdencc 111 OUI storm the qudlltx of the Ill6I'Chd,Hd1'S6 offered and III the IlI'lClS that assured xou of full xaluc 11111111aQu1ablx con tr1buted to the Qtore S Steadx growth IN ANN ARBOR SINCE 1888 ,Q N N . . . .111 X I ' 6 X' C lv! v V X 1 'I ' - ' 1 Slater s Book Store 550 5 X 708 1 Mademolselle Shop Sports Wear Formals Ready to Wear Ram Coats Lmgerre U7 S Sure M121 Q! jlfle pA0f09l"al9A KIDDIE KORNER TOYS WHIZZER MOTORS CUSHMAN MOTORS VELOCIPEDES THE OUARRY INC Cosmehcs xv Drxxm lrxx Rl mx 1 570 South St its St Arrow Shrrts Interwoven Hose Nc xx 1 FEI' NI D? N Wlld s Bates Shoes McGregor Sportswear l 4' S I I ' S11 'rr' Pnoxrz 1. I- I T u I 3 , fi Phone 577- , . C mcxmc NIAIN ,xN1mKI,xn1sux l,1LlZAHm.H Ammx l"1i..' 'Hs 1' Hr:,:.', ' zysmmx :L ni st 2 ' nt . .' - ' Styl Ts First Af my ' 11.1 - 9 X onine FLOWERS Men's and Boys' Wear Downtown Ann Arbor .KN D GI1"'l'S MENS 81 BOYS' WEAR Downtown Ann Arbo Phone 334 South S1039 Hickory Hill EBERBACH at SON cO. 4633 Washtenaw oa 'd. i1AMt1 -QO2EIL'bIySf 1' 3 M ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN THE GAGE LINEN SHCP JQJJQK5 JUNIORS MISSES WOMENS DIStlnCtIVe LInens and Handkerchrefs WEARING APPAREL 'ZO114 p ' ANN ARBOR MICHIGAN NYLON YARN FINGERLE LUMBER CO THE VAN AKKEREN KNIT Nothtl e 6717715SFfthA D I34 69 R d A A b Mr and Mrs Dave Brand Open Olly I . O AAA. Q00 as I er reet Friday and Saturday uni A. . g 7 Phone 11 Nickels Arcade At PO u ar Prices Always 5H0p "There is a material difference" To prevent shrinkage buy For socks, sweaters, etc. 7Q5 ' r ' Nniv rsity - . I ve. ia 1 717 N th U IY A HAMILTON HAt ELGIN 0 WATCHES 1854 Haller S Jewelers Dlamonds SILVER NOVELTIES A A H S JEWELRY MICHIGAN JEWELRY CIGARETTE CASES WHITESTONE JEWELRY CLOCK Better men vwelr Lonserx 1t1x elx prlned KuoI1n s Men s Wear E L Pho 8020 CONGRATULATIONS College Shoe Repair 617E WII Ph 20 OO Congratulations Class o 50 Clagues Grocery 81 Market O -Qing Glahm dun 2045 Po I4 cIRd Ph 22368 I 13 I TT I or niversi ve. I Near iII udi orium Orange bl ssom engagement and wedding rings 1 'Serving Ann Arbor since .U 1 . ' 5 I I 4 Q, ,X I T' CIT T ' COMPACTS ..f--,gg , Q ki '...3' In 'Q I v I I I , A ,L ' , , ' . hom ' I 1 1 g . i iams one 4 I 217 . lberty ne I . Favorite eting place of the Class of '5 f I is , 9 I c or . one J 5 Congrafufafionfi enjom From DOE S BARBER SHUP NIOQI NIODBRN B XRBILR SHOP IN ANY XRBOR 533 E L be ty Phone 9015 136 B 1 . QE 1 1 Q, N N A 1 B 2 9 I "T HE N1awEs'1', I A K 7 1 A V X v 4k X B . E V1 ,.,...-,, ,,- , - .. , , A ,W , Y, V Y TEEN FASHIGNSZ Everything from eusuuls to cl'1te-time clothes' lormwle too. Ready for her trip to X1 '19l11I1gtO11 is XI'1rth'1 Hemel Her Qm'1rt Quit 'md important teeeeeories '1re'1ll I rom The Ehzlbeth D11lon Shop Qoltymeots W goce es PRINIINC FOG ood Ramsay Canfield Inc CLARKS MARKET Printers ENGRMERS smruonsas P lc TI 27500 8198 E L t XlCCl1L1l Dentll mdl wx Books md Qupphes OX erbeek Book Store 2 SoU es l C , l K L 'Lk Y A L c L t . t 1 K K l 1 W xxx K 1 L . I . N C be . . hen you need u I r ri " ' ' ' L A I 8a l r Z n S You will naturally go to ot ' 7 . 632 oc Grd e. - 119 . ibery St. Ann Arb - ' 'L , 1 ,L ,L ' ' 1 x . 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Mr. . j , Mr. . . . Dr. . . Th . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . ' Mr, . Mr. . . Mr. . ' ' . Mr. , . . , . . Mr. ' Y ' ' . . IMI, and Mrs. Arthur S. Hall Mr. and Mrs. john Shewchin r. . Mr. . ' Mr. . . ' Mr. . . Mr. , . . Mr. , xl Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. , A Mr. . l Mr. . . . Mr. . . . Mr. . ' ' Mr. . . Mr, . . Mr, . ' Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . Mr. . . ' HAS BEEN THE KEYNQTE of Rogers yeorboolcs for forty two yeors And It wrll continue to be our ndeczl becouse respon slbrllty to see thot your publlcotron IS well prrntecl us shared by the entire orgonlzotlon The Rogers trodltron of slncernty oncl quoluty has been recognized by mony schools os CI security to the lnstrtutlon ond on splrotlon to the stolf B CJGEGBS PHINTIUYICI COMPANY DIXON ILLINOIS CHICAGO ILLINOIS 307FrrstStreet 919NMIch1gon Avenue Czaffumanu I Q D I D D jg I IX I I Xu, , r -is NI if elif lllllrrrwnn W' f S Xe ?: Rn.,-. 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