Denby High School - Navigator Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1950
Page 1 of 100
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
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Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
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Text from Pages 1 - 100 of the 1950 volume:
DEN Y LOG
JANUARY I 9 4 7
The smallest graduation class in
Denby history will trod the boards
of the Denby stage on the night of
January twenty-ninth. Approximate-
ly one-hundred-ninety graduating
seniors will eagerly await the "Wel-
- come Address" of Patricia Siebert.
Other student speakers will be Shir-
ley Jean Flagler and Donald Duff.
The commencement address will
be delivered by A. Douglas Jamieson,
the President of the Detroit Board of
Education. One of the high spots
on the program will be the address
by Dr. Cooper. The eight Denby
counselors will hand out the long-
uating class the 12A executive com
mittee and several members of the
LOG staff have worked for many
... .. ' X
In an attempt to honor the grad-
weeks in the preparation of this edi-
tion of the Senior LOG.
In surveys taken among 12A's it
was found that most seniors wanted
their names and activities listed in
this special issue. Individual pic-
tures are purposely omitted because
these are scheduled to appear in the
June Navigator. In a limited time,
and with a very limited amount of
money to spend, we have worked
long and hard to bring to you the
best Senior LOG within the limits of
our abilities. We hope you like it!
It has often been said that good
things come in little packages. While
this is far from being one of Denby's
largest classes, it is certainly one of
the BEST. May we take this op-
portunity to wish each and every
one of you Godspeed in your journey
Q ' :-
Mia ' ak
John Ackerman-12A Sgt.-at-Armsg
D-Clubg Sales Clubg Dance Clubg
Blase Sylvia Aiello-Spanish Clubg
GAA: Class Apple Polisher.
John Alfano - Pan-American
Leagueg "A little nonsense now
and then is cherished by the
Betty Anshaw-Girl Reservesg War
Bond Gallantg Library Club sec-
Donald Walter Arbitter - Drama
Clubg Student -Councilg Chess
Clubg Broadcasting Guildg Radio
' Work Shopg Out for tennis team.
Dorothy Joan Archer - Swimming
teamg GAAg "Her popularity in-
dicates her good qualities."
Donald Clarence Bailey - ROTCQ
"Just do your best and be satis-
Zonia Barclay-Spanish Clubg GAAQ
"A merry heart weathers all
Betty Jean Bastuba-Mode1's Clubg
Fashion Showg 12B Variety
Showg Shamrock Shindigg Solo
dance in Christmas Concertg
Bert R. Beich-ROTCg "Silence nev-
er makes a blunder."
Robert Irwin Belsher-Veterang "He
hath a studious look, and yet. . ."
Harold J. Bidigare, Jr.-Veterang
"The fellow who can whistle is
the fellow who can work."
Walter Bernhard Billenstein-"Oh,
this learning-what a thing it
Richard T. Birnie-ROTCQ "Can we
ever have too much of a good
Harold Raymond Blaskey-Veterang
Varsity baseballg "As happy as
the day is long."
Frederick Karl Braunchweiger-U.S.
Navy Veterang Transferred from
Cass Technical High Schoolg "For
he's a jolly good fellow that no-
body can deny."
Shirley Mae Bruner-GAAg Pan-
American Leagueg War Bond
Edward Walter Buczkowski-swim-
ming teamg "Men pine praise
against their will."
Audrey Jean Bullock-Models' Clubg
Spring and Christmas Concertg
Gerald Dean Campbell-"He lives to
build, not to boast."
Patricia Ann Cant-GAAg House Of-
ficer six termsg Drama Clubg
Broadcasting Guildg Log Staffg
Speakers Bureaug 12A Social
Committeeg Sales Clubg office
Jenny Carnago- Cap and
Committee chairmang office pageg
Girl Reserves: Worked in Denby
Evening School officeg GAA.
Demetra June Christopher - Five
Christmas Concertsg GAAQ Most
talented girlg excellent pianistg
"I do but sing when I must, but
I love to."
Richard Nelson Clements - Stage
Crewg Drama Clubg Operators
Clubg Photography Club.
Murray Francis Cook-Dance Clubg
"So little done, so much to do."
Lee Edward Cromwell-tennis teamg
D-Clubg Senior Class Commit-
teeg Sales Clubg Class Wolfg
Mary Barbara Cullinan-GAAg "A
fair exterior is a silent recom-
James Richard Curlett-End on foot-
ball teamg "A fellow who makes
a keen game of life." '
Phyllis Elaine Davideit-Log report-
erg Drama Club social chairmang
Models' Clubg Speakers' Bureaug
Dance Club Social Chairmang
Spanish Clubg GAAQ Best Danc-
Ted Edward ' Davis-Dance Clubg
"Even his failings lean to vir-
Virginia DeGrandis-GAAg t'Charm
Roger George Deierlein-"The wrong
way always seems the more rea-
Clara Diana Del Grego-Sales Clubg
GAAQ "Great thoughts come
from the heart."
Dorothy Demitrovich-GAAg "Her
smile is like a sunbeamf'
George Bernard De Pillo-Co-Cap-
tain of baseball teamg all city-
letterg "Hail fellow, well met!"
Norman Charles De Pillo-Broad-
casting Guildg Speakers' Bureaug
Drama Clubg D-Clubg "Wit and
wisdom are born in the man."
Frederick Henry De Vleeschouwer-
Operators Clubg Dance Club.
Eleanor Ida Dopp - Spring and
Christmas Concertsg GAAQ "Good
taste is the flower of good sense."
Arlene M. Downey-"The magic of
Donald James Duff-12A Presidentg
D-Club presidentg football and
baseball teamsg hall guardg all-
city stripe in baseball.
James George Eason-baseball teamg
"A man after his own heart."
Robert Wayne Eber-"One cannot
Evelyn Ann Eggert-GAAg "Fine
manners are the mantle of fair
Eleanor Ehinger-Spring and Christ-
mas concertsg GAAg Took voice
Kaliopi Margaret Eliades-Sang for
202 and at Military Ballg Library
Staffg Hall Guardg "Her voice is
a burning fire."
Joanne Emigh - Took voice eight
semestersg War Bond Gallantg
Girl Reservesg GAAQ "Long
shall we seek her likeness-long
Dorothy Erdelan Q G A Ag "The
sweetest garlands to the sweetest
James Ransay Faircloth-Student
Councilg Bandg Track teamg Pan-
American Leagueg 12A treasur-
ery Dance Clubg Science Clubg
House officerg Spanish Clubg
Most likely to Succeedg Most In-
Virginia Helen Fenn-GAAQ Models'
Clubg "Her smile is like the sun-
Shirley Jean Flagler-GAAg DBGQ
Prettiest and cutest girly Radio
Players: Sales Clubg Speakers'
Bureaug Feature Editor of the
Logg 102 Presidentg Has been
Drama Club Social Chairman
and Membership Chairman, now
is Presidentg Commencement
Samuel C. Frey-Sales Club, War
Bond Gallant, president of voice
class, Taking over dad's business
a f t e r graduation - fburglar
Marry Helen Frost-GAA, Navigator
Staff, "It's nice to be natural
when you're naturally nice."
Delcia Corrine Fulkerson-GAA,
"Parting is such sweet sorrow."
Martin Garfinkel-D-Club, Drama
Club, Log Staff, Navigator Staff,
Scholastic art award, cover de-
sign for football program, DBG,
Speakers Bureau, Class Clown,
Class wit, Shamrock Shindig,
track team, cross-country team,
Victor Joseph Gastell-football team,
City Championship Team Mem-
ber, president of D-Club.
George Nick George-"They were
four long years, but great fun
Robert E. Gibson-Pan-American
Patricia Gilpin-GAA, Drama Club,
Most Athletic, Most Ideal High
School Girl, Log and Navigator
A Staffs, captain of hockey team,
on basketball team.
Carole Mae Goltz-Drama Club, In-
tramural basketball team, Dance
Club, Spanish Club, 12A Alumni
Representative of 102, GAA.
Rhea May Gottschling-Voice stu-
dent for four years, GAA, "She
faces life with a song." .
Dayton E. Gray-Dance Club, Dance
Committee, Chess Club.
Ronald Mitchell Gray-Dance Club,
Science Club, "A smile on his
Vera Ann Grobel-GAA, Modern
Dance student, "Dance of the
Edward Herbert Gruse-Track team,
"I can take it, win or lose."
Donna Jean Guetschoff-GAA, "She
is pretty, witty, and sweet-The
kind of girl you'd like to meet."
Josephine Gullo-GAA, office work
expert, worked for Miss Harri-
son, office and Miss Wolff.
John Edward Gurjack-Dance Club,
Pan-American League, cross-
country team, Best dancer.
Barbara Elayne Hall-GAA, Log,
Drama Club, field hockey team,
vice-president of 102, DBG,
Carol Jean Hanna-GAA, Drama
Club, Home Economics Club,
Chess Club, Girl Reserves, Band,
Robert William Harp-D-Clubg' "His
ways are good ones."
Helen Jane Haskell-GAA, Pan-
American League, Girl Reserves,
Student Dance Committee.
Charles Henry Heath, Jr.-Former
101 President, "Man has his
Melba Grace Henning-GAA, Girl
Reserves, "Man has his will, but
woman has her way."
Joseph Arthur Hicks - Confucious
says "I see a shining light in his
Leonard Jankowski-Veteran, Sales
Club, "Some people are nobody's
Raymond Edward Jarosik-Veteran,
Sales Club, "Every inch a man."
Francis Edward Johnson-Veteran,
'KA public man of light and lead-
Vernon Eugene Johnson - Dance
Club, Senior Band, Senior Or-
chestra, ROTC, Science Club,
Chess Club, tennis team.
Janise Joan Jones- Pan-American
League, GAA, "Be happy."
Richard S. Jones-Veteran, Best
Dressed Boy, "Better to wear
out than to rust out."
William Robert Jones-Best Dressed
Boy, tennis team, Class Day
Committee, P a n - A m er i c a n
League, Spanish Club.
Shirley Ruth Karcher-Pan-Ameri-
can League, GAA, "We desire
nothing so much as what we
ought not to have."
Martin A. Kermey-I n t r a m u r al
swimming, ROTC, Sales Club.
Caroline Frances Kersten - GAA,
"Tis well to be merry and wise."
Herbert Kilgus-Denby Band, "Luck
is a very good word if you use
a 'P' in front of it."
Dorothea Elizabeth King-Girl Re-
serves: GAA, "Patience is pow-
Nancy Upson Kluwe-Log Editor-
in-chief, Navigator co-editor,
Drama Club, 102 Secretary, Fa-
shion Show, Most Likely to Suc-
ceed, Cleverest girl, Pan-Ameri-
can League Vice-President, Ra-
dio Players, Winner Civitan Es-
say Contest, Sales Club, Cloth-
ing Drive skit, GAA.
Carol Jean Koch-GAA, Clothing
Drive skit, "I have often re-
gretted my speech but never my
Kenneth Oscar Krauss-Senior So-
cial Committee, Denby Safety
Council, representative at New
York Convention, Dance Club,
V Biggest Eater.
George Krebs-ROTC, Rifle team,
Alexander Frank Kukawski-Veter-
an, "Man is nature's sole mis-
Lois Elaine Kurth - On Student
Council four years, Dance Club:
Drama Club, Manager of hockey
team, Sales Club, 12A Secretary,
Consiglia LaMonica - GAA, 'iStill
are the thoughts to memory
Betty Jane Lang - Modern Dance
student, GAA, "Friendship is the
key of life."
Katherine Mary Langert-Art staff
of the Navigator, 102 intramural
basketball team, GAA.
Barbara Ann Lausch-Models' Club,
Girls' Ensemble, Senior Glee
Club, Junior Red Cross, 12A
Social Chairman, Log Staff,
Norman John Lediet-"Keep me in
Lorraine Louise Lingo-Intramural
basketball, GAA, "Love many,
trust few, always paddle your
Audrey Mary Link-Most bashful
girl, GAA, War Bond Gallant,
"A star fell out of Heaven."
Evelyn Amanda List-GAA, "Five
Margaret Delia Lombardi-Most So-
phisticated girl, basketball intra-
mural teams, GAA.
Rita Irene Ludwicki-GAAg "When
did you leave Heaven ?"
John James Lynch-Navy Veterang
"Who do you love, I hope?"
Joyce Anne MacDonald-GAAQ was
record room president.
Shirley Arm Mack-GAAg baseball
teamg held office in English class.
Ruth A. MacRae-Broadcasting
Guildg Glee Clubg Intramural
swimming teamg Chess Clubg
representative of House of Todd
Alice Genevieve Malisse-Spring and
Christmas Concertsg Dance Clubg
Modern Dance student: Repre-
sentative of House of Todd
Councilg Alumni representative:
Class Day Committeeg GAA.
Dorothy Ann Markoff-Two letters
in field hockeyg Student Councilg
Dance Club secretaryg Class
Flirtg GAAQ "Am I Dreaming ?"
Shirley Virginia Marneef-"So many
Margaret Laverne Marshall - Log
Staffg GAAQ "A mother's pride
a father's joy."
Helen Anna Martellock - Spanish
Clubg Pan-American Leagueg
Safety Clubg Denby Safety
Lillian May McEwan-Voice studentg
Participated in every concert
since she entered Denbyg GAAQ
"A pretty girl is like a melody."
Arvin Dale McGregor-Science Club
President: Bandg Orchestrag
Dance Bandg Spanish Clubg Pan-
American Leagueg Chess Club.
Frances Elizabeth McKinney-GAAg
"Follow thy Choice."
Evelyn Agnes McVety-Orchestrag
Jr. Girls' Ensembleg "In Maiden
Confidence she stood."
John Angelo Merlo, Jr. - "Honor
Lies in Honest Toil."
Donald Sylvian Meshorer-"Faults
of course, but a True Friend."
William Arnold Mettler - varsity
baseballg D-Clubg "No legacy is
so nice as Honesty?
Joyce Louise Milam-Glee Clubg Re-
tail co-op clubg "These lines and
dots are locks and keys."
Arlien Mary Miller-Girls Ensembleg
Senior Gleeg President of Co-op
Retail Clubg treasurer of Alumni
Retail Co-op Club.
Betty Doris Miller--Interested in
Artg won award in Walker
Brothers poster contestg Repre-
sentative to Junior Red Cross.
Edward Oliver Miller-D-Club vice-
presidentg football teamg track
Jan Moeller-D-Clubg 12A Social
Committeeg football teamg track
teamg vice-president of Cqtf2g
Social Committeeg Sales Club.
Beverly Lorraine Mogk - hockey
teamg intramural b a s k e t b al 1
teamg 12A Memorial Committeeg
GAAg Senior Glee.
Irene Dolores Mokeski - Chrysler
Co-opg GAAg "Youth comes but
once in a lifetime."
Joyce Elaine Mourer-GAAg "Ob-
serve the Opportunity?
Dolores Mai-guerita Muggleton -
GAAg "It matters not how long
you live but how well."
Richard Thomas Murphy--12A Vice-
Presidentg sw i m min g teamg
president of St-Lide11t,,Dance
Committeeg chairman of C :,tt2
Barbara Tracy Nehls-Art editor of
June '47 Navigatorg GAAQ Swim-
ming teamg photographer tFlick-
Beverly Mae Neitzel-GAAg "Is she
not passing fair?"
Joanne Marie Newman - hockey
teamg Manager of the Ticket Of-
ficeg Honor Guardg GAA.
Doris Leona Nichols - Intramural
basketballg "Her popularity in-
dicates her good qualities."
George Louis Panos-'iCheer up, the
worst is yet to come."
Rosemary Eileen Parlett-GAAQ Art
Staff of Navigatorg "It's a world
of startling possibilities."
James William Payne-All city man
on track teamg cross country
teamg D-Clubg t'The elevator is
not running, take the stairs."
Stanley Russell Peltier-"It is better
to be small and shine than to
be large and cast a shadow."
James' Richardson PerdewfSgt. in
ROTC. "We salute you!"
Dorothy Grace Perry-GAAg 'To be
gentle is the test of a lady."
Elaine Madel Peterson-GAAg "Her
ways are ways of pleasantness
and all her paths are peace."
Delores Ann Phelps-GAAQ Sales
Clubg "The sunbeam of a Win-
Shirlee Blackburn Pierce-Former
secretary of 2025 Model's Clubg
Fashion Showg Christmas Con-
Richard G. Platts-Veterang "I could
do better if I would, but it's
awfully lonesome being good."
Marie Barbara Plumb--GAAg Li-
brary Staffg Vice-President of
newly founded Library Club.
Intends to make library work
her profession. "Give a girl a
book she can read."
Irmgard Anna Prenzel-GAAg "Not
that I love study less, but fun
James Leonard Pruitt-President of
Pan-American Leagueg "Good-
bye, Good luck, Be merry!"
William Kenneth Rae - basketball
teamg baseball squadg "Thou art
Robert Gene Rast-Chrysler Co-opg
Sales Clubg Hall Dutyg Stage
Milton L. Riggs - track teamg D-
Clubg "The world is a comedy
to those who think."
Henry William Riske - swimming
squad. "Keep your sunny side
Wilma Roberts-hockey teamg House
Councilg chairman of 12A Photo-
graphy Committeeg Senior Gleeg
Sales Clubg GAAg basketball
Rose Helen Robinson-hockey teamg
Ad Clubg Spanish Clubg GAA.
Robert M. Roehl-basketball teamg
D-Clubg football team.
Lawrence Henry Rose - D-Clubg
football teamg baseball team.
Gilbert Arthur Rosenthal-"In your
own quiet way."
Robert Richard Roude-"Let's Sail
Donald Charles Runyon-12A Cap
and Gown Committeeg Spanish
Clubg Social Committee fCii'2j.
Hugh A. Rowan-basketballg Hall
Guardg "He laughed and shad-
Gloria Marie Ruzantis-GAAQ "I see
your face before me."
Kathleen Jane Sadowski - GAA3
"Nice work if you can get it."
Joseph Robert Santoro - Entered
Denby from Building Trades in
the 10th gradeg Interested in ra-
dio developmentsg "He shall go
Dolores E. Marie Schultz-Retailing
Fashion Showg Service Clubg
Modern Dance Clubg GAA.
Shirlie Louise Schumacher-Cheer-
leaderg President of Denby Roller
Skating Clubg Sales Clubg Ser-
vice Clubg GAA.
Patricia Anne Seibert-DBGg Chess
Clubg Student Councilg Alumni
Association representativeg 12A
executive boardg Commencement
speakerg Intramural basketballg
Log Staffg Navigator Staffg GAA.
Junior Christian Sessink-"Some-
one's thinking of you tonight."
John Arthur Shane - Has been in
the Denby Glee Club four yearsg
swimming teamg "Music hath
charm to soothe the savage
James Robert Sinnamon-Came to
Denby last Januaryg an expert
in shorthand and typingg Can't
seem to keep his eyes open in
Civics. QI hr.J "One eye open
is better than none."
Stanley William Smith-ROTC offi-
cerg Safety Councilg Chairman of
12A Colors and Mottos Commit-
teeg Voted Handsomest and
Cleverest boy in 12A class Mock
Dolores Schultz-My American
Problems books to Bob Witmer.
Cecilia La Monica-To Ruth Hass-
pacher, all the food I burnt in cook-
Donna Guetschoff-To my sister,
my sloppy sweaters and the pleated
skirts 1 disliked so much to press.
Shirley Bruner-All the hopeless
typewriters to some "freshie" with
Lillian McEwan-My hours, I-
VII, to Helen Elais.
L .m. L W.,
Shirley Emilie Stadelmtm -- GAAg
plans to attend business college
and study commercial machinesg
"The mind is a wonderful ma-
Kenneth Jack Stahl-"Be silent and
Harold Walter Stemmler - ROTCg
Staff Sgt.g baseball squad.
Barbara Theresa Stevens-Service
Clubg basketball teamg tennis
teamg GAAg Girl Reserves.
Ronald Tatti-Alumni Representa-
tiveg "Young fellows will be
young fellows." Veteran.
Thomas Lee Teske-Participated in
Denby concerts in his four years
at Denbyg Service Club.
Herman Tosch-Nicknamed 'iMilo"g
track teamg Santa Claus for His-
tory Classg "To get ahead you
must have one."
William Donald Treuter-12A Social
Committeeg Intramural swim-
mingg Sales Clubg Navigator
Eva Trovarelli-GAAg "The world
is a wheel, and it will all come
. round right."
Marvin Eugene Ullrey - Spanish
Club: Worked up from a private
to a lieutenant in the ROTC.
Augusta Sylvia Urbani-Nicknamed
"Gussie"g Ad Clubg Plans to be-
come a commercial artist or lab.
technician. Got an "A" on Chem.
Marie Plumb-My front row seat
in physics to any nice "up-anol-
coming pupil fascinated. by the sub-
Augusta Urbani-All the posters
on the walls, for the faithful waste-
paper baskets in the halls!
Dorothy Perry-A big clill pickle
to Maggie McCall who loves them.
Evelyn List-To a more fortunate
girl, my locker, usually located in a
corner on the third floor.
Frances Mc Kinney-My crooked
teeth to anyone willing to accept
William P. Verdi-Veterang member
of the Band and Dance Bandg
"A good fellow, a jolly fellow, a
fellow we all like."
William George Vermeulen-Intra-
mural and varsity swimmingg
Chrysler Co-opg Navy veteran.
Marceline Vetter-Came to Denby in
10th grade from S,Easterng
DBGg Student Councilg Honor
guard in June '46g Most Intelli-
gent in 12A Mock Electiong GAA.
James D. Visnack-"Merri1y, Mer-
rily, shall I live now." Veteran.
Charles Alvin Weiss-Motion Pic-
ture Club tfor 12B's and 12A's
Irene Ruth Wilcox-GAAQ "I do my
work and go my way without so
very much to say."
Fred Peter Wilhelm-Entered from
Muskegon Jr. High: Intends to
start U. of D. next September
to study engineering.
Florence Marie Witkowski-Drama
Clubg Navigator Staffg GAAQ
"And her face is fair."
Lydia Madaline Woellmer - Radio
Playersg Log Staffg Home Eco-
nomics Clubg Sold potato chips
at gamesg GAAQ "A very nice
girl is she."
Margaret Mary Young-GAAg "A
lovely girl is above all rank."
Shirley Marie Young - Two Con-
certsg Library Staff Presidentg
Librarian in charge on Wednes-
day nightsg GAA.
Gloria Ruzantis-To the beautiful
girls, all the struggling to use the
spacious rest room mirrors.
Elaine Peterson-All my height,
which I capture with my three-inch
heels, to some freshie who is 4 feet
Irene Wilcox-My chair in the
lunchroom to an unsuspecting freshie
who thinks h.e will get the same chair
Shirlie Schumacher - My cheer-
leading position. to someone who
has'n.'t chronic tonsillitis!
Betty Anshaw-M y friendship with
all my teachers to some "happy-go-
Clara Del Grego-My school text
books to Denby's second hand book
Dorothy Erdelan-My hours, II
through the V, with a. study period,
to some college prep student.
Carol Koch-To my sister Joan all
of my good times and hope that she
will have many more.
Ritai Ludwicki-My entire good
wishes and cheer to the Edwin Den-
by High School for as long as it will
Joyce Milam-All my cooking re-
cipes to Shirley Wilson so maybe
some clay she'll be a wonderful cook
for her man.
Lorraine Lingo-My A in English.
f8j to Jerry Karr.
Barbara Nehls--My freckles to
anyone who has that "Camay com-
Delores Phelps-My natural curly
red hair to any poor unsuspecting
freshie who's least likely to want it.
Patricia Cant-To any brave ju-
nior my priceless chemistry class,
which I disliked so much. .
Jenny Carnago-My locker mir-
ror to all those girls who have mo-
nopolized it during the term.
Eleanor Dopp-My natural curly
hair to those poor girls in a swim-
Margaret Eliades-My locker to
some unfortunate "freshie" who is
in the mood for struggling with the
Evelyn Eggert-The good times I
have had at Denby to a "freshie"
Shirlee Blackburn Pierce-All my
stubs of the Denby dances and
sports activities to any future Den-
byite who will take them.
Eva Travelli-All of the trash cans
at each comer of the hall for the
coming 12A class to monopolize.
Shirley Mack-My broken gar-
ters to Ann Tesome.
Delcia Fulkerson-My English seat
in room 324 to 'Barbara Acker.
Melba Henning-To Doris Dees
all the paper I didn't borrow from
Beverly Neitzel-My gum to Fred
Froehlich. He gets it all anyway.
Zonia Barclay-My bangs to De-
Rosemary Parlett-My paint brush
and drawing pens to Mary Parlett.
Rhea Gottschling-My position as
soprano in the Senior Glee Club to
a freshie boy.
Janise Jones-The ink wells in
Denby High, I leave to someone with
a Reynolds pen like I have.
Shirley Young-The Seven Mile
school bus that refuses to pick me
up every morning to Lillian Schieb-
Kathleen Saclowski-A lump of
coal to Denby High' School. This will
be one more lump for warmth for
those I leave behind me.
Arlien Miller-My final success to
any struggling senior who may need
it in the future.
Caroline Kersten-My graduation
ring to my sister and hope that she
will find occasion to use it.
Katherine Langert-My Big Ben
alarm clock to Beverly Peterson.
Eleanor Ehinger-The remains of
the tassel on my cap to all of those
scrambling freshies who get a thrill
out of collecting them. A
Harold Blaskey-The candy wrap-
pers on the Auditorium floor to those
who get hungry the ninth hour.
Frederick Branschweiger-To Fred
Froehlich, a big super bottle of hen-
na rinse to bring out his brightness.
Dayton Gray-All of the drinking
fountains to anyone lucky enough
to find any water in them.
Harold Bidigare-The P. A. sys-
tem to anyone who can be depended
on to interrupt our classes every
Herbert Kilgus-The trash cans
for some one to use to hold himself
up while talking in the halls.
Bert Beich - To an incoming
freshie, the only A I received on a
paper in Denby.
Milton Riggs-To all of the fresh-
ies whose admiring eyes follow me,
I leave the thought that they, too,
will be graduating some day.
Gilbert Rosenthal-All the dusty
erasers ta some freshie who loves
the taste of chalk dust in his face.
Bill Rae-The buttons on my D
sweater to my brother "Row', who
will be a future star in basketball.
Dick Platts-My good nature to
any student who has to work those
trickey lock combinations.
Charles H. Heath, Jr.-The chalk
that I have bravely stolen from Den-
by within the last four years to the
Charles Weiss - All the broken
bottles in the lunchroom which are
left for the next 12A class.
John Lynch-To Fred Froehlich,
my term report and the C-1 I got on
William Vermuelen-To Louis Ca-
rabelli, my trick dancing feet.
Mart Kenney-All the gum under
my desk to all the lucky people who
sit there next term.
James Perdew-My toy soldiers
and cannons, to Lieutenant-Colonel
Don Chadwick for his future mili-
Robert Brown-The cold water of
Denbyis pool to present and enter-
Joseph Hicks-My space in Den-
by to a coming student, Dick Ros-
Robert Harp-My English f8j
book to someone who is poor in
Robert Belcher-My bright red
socks to display in the show-case in
front of the office.
Henry Riske-All my text books
to my cousin, Wanda Schmidt, who
is brave enough to enter Denby and
remain here, four solid years.
Joe Santora-M y homework which
I piled up for four years to all the
Robert Rast-My drafting skill to
George Panos-The cold showers
to those who can stand them.
Hugh Rowan-This old Greek
phrase "Woe is me" to all luckless
Robert Eber-My English knowl-
edge that I have missed, to some
lucky future English student,
Wally Billenstein-My unsharp-
ened pencils to all the freshies com-
ing to Denby.
Stanley Peltier-The Denby rooms
to some Eskimo who can take it
better than I.
Jerry Campbell - The seats I
warmed for four years to Denby
Milo Tosch-To Don Keller my
history book I leave, and the notes
I kept in my sleeve.
Nick George-My morning Free
Press that I read daily in class -
to the faithful janitor who will burn
Edward Buczkowski - My old
scholastics and LOGS to the Denby
William Verdi-A beat up um-
brella and two half worn shoe laces
to Red-Top Bill Clifton.
Fred Wilhelm-To all freshies, a
fdime watch to keep pace with school
Robert Gibson-My electric train
to the science department.
John Alfano-The good hours I
never got, to some poor freshie.
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Edifor-in-chief ...... VIRGINIA AUGULIARO
Assisfed by. ..,.,... MARION RIGGS
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nificant publication date this year's
Navigator has! It has been a year when
we at Denbyfalong with the rest of the
nation. have paused to reflect over the
last fifty eventful years and to take a
long, serious look into the challenging
We have thought about our school in
contrast to the "little red schoolhouse"
of the early l900's. The comfortable au-
ditorium in which we have our weekly
assemblies: the lunchroom with its
bright drapes and boppy music where
we daily settle the world's affairs: the
pool where our champion swimming
team gets into condition: the huge play-
field on which we meet for our friendly
annual Community Day - how strange
all of this would be to the student of
fifty years ago with his dull reader and
his slate and the pot-bellied schoolroom
stove which he huddled near.
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June Ann Accivalii
Jane Ann Alexy
Pafricia Ann Baker
JoAnne Mary Bald
Berry Jane Baldis
Joseph Leonard Bannigan
Douglas Francis Barber
Jack l-lerberl Barrell
A. Dale Barry
Marlene Margaref Beierman
Dean John Belles
Barbara Ann Bernard
Shirley M. Billinglon
Richard l-l. Bird
Jeanneffe Gaye Blaloclc
Marilyn Ann Bolio
Elhel Marie Bollman
Richard C. BoHorFF
Joseph A. Bourgeois
Hugo Ervin Breifkreuz
Roberl Gerard Brisse
Reber? Carl Buhl
Lois Ann Caluwe
Ken C. Campbell
Anlhony John Campo
Joseph Leduc Carolan
Sherwood Lee Clifford
Jacqueline Joyce Combs
Roberf Charles Compfon
Harvey John Cowan
Charles Wesley Dawson
Louise Oda Delcourr
Viclor John Depiner
Archiel Joseph DeSmi+h
Frank M. DiFiore
Lois Marie DiGiovarini
Marilyn Anne Doyscher
Rodger Harold Dreier
Beverly Jane Eago
Nancy lda Emanuel
Roland F. Eschner
Roberf Charles Eschrich
Gerald Frank Fachie
Francis Donald Ferrari
Henry Roberl Ficlc
Sally Lou Floerhe
Palricia Ann Flowerday
David Alfred Foley
Joyce Karhline Fonrana
Carolyn Joyce Forsyfhe
Donald John Fraser
Donald Kennelh Fricllund
Shirley Ann Frisoslaa
Frank Paul Fronliera
Elwood Junior Fuhrwerlc
Phyllis Jean Funlc
Juanira Claire Galley
Ray Howard Gamble
Marian Jean Geisler
lrene Cafherine Ghini
Anna Frances Giasone
Conrad David Golemba
Palricia Ann Graves
Raymond Dean Greenway
Margaref Mae Grillfilh
Belly Jane Gruse
Barbara Jeanne Hallam
Thomas M. Hanson
William S+. Clair Harding
Gerald Alberr Harris
John Charles Heisler
Dale Frederick Hemmingsen
Barbara Joan Hengeveld
Corinne Ellen Herz
Audrey Ann Heslop
Beniamin Joseph Hexham
David Earl Hillyard
Madelena Elizabe+h l-linding
Berf George Holm
Joan D. Hubble
William Hans Hunerf
Norma Louise James
Pafricia Ann Jobson
George Lamberr Johe
Roy W. Johnsfon
Virginia Louise Jordan
Richard John Kennedy
Donald Arlhur Klanlce
Yvonne Olga Kloslca
Kennerh Frederick Koeppen
Joann Elizaljeih Kohn
Richard Dale Kollinger
John Lee Koss
Jerome Melvin Kulling
Edna Mae LaFleur
Joyce Ladorna Lamloerf
Delores J. Lamberfi
Charles Roger Langer
John Ralph Lapinslci
Agnesa Gilda Lalfanzi
Sieve Lazarevich, Jr.
Harold Arnold Leach
Donald Lee Lemp
William P. Levey
James Leslie Lobdell
Richard Charles Lohmann
Roberf James Roland Loranger
Elizabe+h Jane Madai
Jane? Aileen Maki
William Joseph Manes
Doris Mary Mann
Nancy Jean Mann
Sally Mae Mann
Frederick George Marlin
Wolfgang Morifz MaHes
Jacqueline Elizabefh Maxson
Roberl John McCallum
Barbara Lou McConville
Be++y Eulene McCormick
Bealrice June McCracken
Palricia Ann McVeigh
Ronald Armand Meneghel
Joan Mary Merkel
Lillian Clara Miechiels
Barbara Doris Miller
Sally Lou Miller
John Corvan Moose
Herman Emil Mozer
John W. Myers. Jr.
Phil William Napoliian
Roberl James Needham
Noreen Mae Neubar
Joseph Andrew Nocifa
Louis A. NoH'e
Roy Norman Nurse
Paul Louis Oechslin
Shirley Ida Oehmke
Nile Lou O'Farrell
Janel Louise Oldenkamp
John Paul Oslrominski
Dominic Guy Palumbo
Roger Henry Parmenlier
Lauri Frederick Parssinen
Barbara Lee Mary Pellow
Frederick Wenzel Perian
Jerome Arlhur Pinder
Janel' Laurine Plescow
Richard Francis Pokrefky
Dina Mae Pole
Wilma Jean Pursell
Joyce Gilma Pusey
Roberi William Randall
Jean Allen Reinhold
William A. Robinson
Franlc Leon Romanlco
Laurence William Romaiz
Michael James Ruedisueli
Ledyard E. Ruihenberg
Roberi Wilford Ruwoldi'
Anihony B. Scally
Wilma Frieda Schneider
Herberi Fred Schuliz, Jr.
Edward Lamberi Schumalcer
Harvey Earl Schwass
Evelyn Joann Semeyn
Joyce Ann Sheridan
Joanne Maxine Sherman
Roberi Bruce Slaier
Ronald Allen Slaier
Dominic Donald Sianziano
Marilyn Helen Siell
Harold Waller Sieuslofi
Carol Rulh Sieven
Verne'r're Elizabeih Sfier
Richard James Siraughn
Mary Elizabeih Sundling
Shirley Ann Suffer
Cecily Pauline Sweeney
Carl Frederick Taloberi
Mary G. Taylor
Richard Joseph Tomzak
Janel' Kaihleen Treviihick
Jean Bernice Turner
Richard Alvin Ullmann
Roger Franklin VanAlcen
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Beverly June VanGieson
David Louis Vanover
Louis Richard VanSlambrouclc
Carmeline Mary Venfimiglia
Donald OH'o Vogel
Ruih Elsie Voilh
Louise Anna Wahl
Roloerl J. Wambach
Donald W. Weichel
Linda Lou Welker
Noella Dolores Werbrouclc
Eleanor L. Werner
Richard Arnold Wilson
Clark Roger WiH'ig
l-lerberl B. Wright Jr.
Ronald Slephen Yasenchalc
Marcella Ruih Young
Lydia Margaref Yunglon
Roberi Scofl Zabloclci
Melia Van lilensum
Feeling his way through an intricate maze,
Reputedly simple and in a daze,
Ever the brunt of mischievous jokes,
Seerning to fall for the same old hoax,
He buys an elevator pass, and then
Manages to learn what a fool he's been.
Hs one of the little people he's known:
Naive little FRESHIE that isn't quite grown.
Scampering through the halls all day,
Oft, if not always, in everyone's way,
Poise, he has none, and though not very wise
He never a pass to the elevator buys.
Opening for teachers the doors so wide,
Making the A's which so bolster his pride,
Often he's shy toward the opposite sex,
Retreating from them as though from a hex:
Eager young SOPHOMORE with luck at his side.
Iabbering not over senseless things,
Understanding all life and the problems it brings,
Never afraid of the tasks to be done,
Intrepedly placing all work before fun,
Of all Denby's clubs he fills a majority,
Responsible IUNIOR, the honored authority.
Stately he is in manner and dress,
Expecting to find in all things success,
Never receiving below B's and A's
Ignoring not one whom he meets in K's,
Out into the world he soon will be going,
Respected old SENIOR with fears never showing.
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Rose Marie Dep+ula
Milzi Dodd -
Barbara Ellis D
Mary Anne Guiowslci
Francis A. Higgins Ill
Mary Ann Jozwialc
l-lerberi Ward Kei+h
Mary Ann Kosier
Adolph Krisl, Jr.
Anne Minch .,
SENIORS NOT Pl-IOTOGRAPHED
Alberf Thomas Winle rfield
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Unattractive, uncomfortable classrooms
and endless, boring recitations have dis-
appeared from the school scene in the last
fifty years. Today our high school offers
us much. The impressive building, favorite
subject of our appreciative photographers,
makes us proud to belong here.
Many activities are offered to Whet our
cultural appetites and prepare us for useful
lives. Everything from typing to modern
dance is in our schedule of classes, While
after-hours we may spend our time painting
scenery, singing together in 102, or doing
a dozen other things which appeal to us.
In our classrooms We learn to work to-
gether and vitalize the material We find in
Time goes quickly in our high school
days . . . 1950.
The years may fly by but we won't forget our
lunchroom disc jockeys: those Friday assemblies with
a treat in store each week-trained dog, choral groups,
unusual speakers: the football games and cokes after
school. Even the faculty had moments of fun such as
the surprise birthday party for Mr. Hartmann.
Disc jockeys Stan Stynes and Frank
Higgins dusted off their jokes-some
from the early part of the century - and
mixed them well with the latest be-bop
platters for the entertainment of the
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Row 1-Shirley Unrau, Dolores Meyer, Ioan Smith, Sheldon it Row 3-Ierry Levitan, Ed Dietz, Iohn La'Falce, Tom Winterfield.
Shapero, Marcia Meyers, Dave Grady, Stan Stynes, Art
Zillgitt, Ruth Winter, Bob Abbott, Ronnie Iackson, Bob
Holloway, Dianne Weber, Ruth Baragar, Pat Sigouin.
Barbara Morris, Rosie Gentile, Christine Banaczek, Lois
Green, Bessie Podgorski, Ralph Townsend, Henry Pick,
Charles Forrest, Harold Blay, Ray Coffman, Larry Chisholm.
Row 2-Phyllis Bedore. Margarite Kromath, Barbara Boatman,
Sharon Beyer, Ianet Kavanagh, IoAnn Homestein, Pat
Mierau, Iune Behrens, Effie Caprathe, Pat Smith, Shirley
Degen. Dorothy Kole, Sheila Gordon. Annette Peterson.
Row 4-lack Grenard, Charles Kelly, lim Woodfin, Louis Van
Slambrouck, Charles Malcolm, Frank Higgins, Robert
Rathbun, Marge Bisinger. Kay Vickery, Marguerite Greenlee,
The development of the newspaper in the first half of this century has affected the Log,
too. From the literary magazine that the students saw twenty years ago, The Log has grown
to a seven-column edition of newspaper size. complete with streamlined make-up, celebrity
interviews, newsworthy pictures and full sports coverage. Those of us who have subscribed
this year will remember the four six-page issues and the added features of crossword puzzles.
college corner and the platter chatter.
Art Zillqitt .............. Editor-in-Chief
Bob Abbott. Martin Rohlling
Bob Holloway. .
Eric Vetter ....
Ruth Buechler. .
. . . . .Feature Editor
.Boys' Sports Editor
.Girls' Sports Editor
. .Business Manager
Sheldon Shapiro .,..... Exchange Editor
Editor-in-Chiei . . . ....................................... Eric Vetter
Associate Editors ..... .... S tanley Stynes, Marcia Meyers
Literary Editor .... ............... D ianne Weber
Business Manager . . . ....................... Stanley Stynes
Business Staff .... ..... P at Smith, Bill Breadin, Larry Chisholm
Photographers . . .. ..................................... Chuck Kelly,
Louis Van Slambrouck, Tom Wilcox, Ken Reece, Bob Rathbun, Sheila
Gordon, Ierry Kjos, Joe Cantalupo, Ray Coffman, Wallace May,
Publicity ...... ................................... I ohn Latalce
Cartoonists ..... .... E d Dietz, Phil Pond, Doug McDonald, Iim Woodfin
Writers ................................................ Bob Abbott.
Art Zillgitt, Bob Holloway, Sheila Gordon, Barbara Cornwall, Barbara
Boatman, Sally Niebergall, Harold Blay, Pat Smith, Annette Peterson
y SQL. Qfzamn, Klub
Row 1-Shirley Degen, Phil Pond, Sheldon, Shapero, Shirley Row 3-Ronald Caldwell. Iackie Buckley. Sally Niebergall,
Unrau, Nancy LeRoy, Stan Stynes. Marcia Meyers, Doro- Barbara Morris, Chuck Rein, George Hadden, Iimmy
thy Kanellos, Tony Campo, Phyllis Plappert.
Row 2 -Don Dueweke, Dorothy Kole, Ioyce Bundy. Gloria
Fuqua, Ronnie Iackson, Niki Kalkanis, lack Grenard, Sali
Muggelberg, Margaret Hoomaert.
Sanderson, lane Loding, Ferman McGregor, Bemece Row 4--Adeline Kandow. Ioyce Elmer, Louise Weber, lim
Ramsey, Elaine Crowe, Ann Keller, Ioan Drummond. Woodiin, Ioan Reichenbach. Pat Dedek, Marion Pearson.
Nancy Herschelmann, Ruth Baragar.
Scene from Ianuary Thaw
Pat Smith. Ianet Kavanagh, lean Turner.
With true showmanship
and an almost professional
style, the Denby Drama Club
presented two fine produc-
tions this year for the enjoy-
ment ot appreciative drama
fans. "Ianuary Thaw," a
hilarious comedy, and "Our
Town," one ot Thornton
Wilder's best plays, were
staged in the usual club tradi-
tion of the best done better.
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How l-Lorene Bertrand, Dick Schneider. Row 2-Ianet Degen, Sylvia Buckley, Doris Row 3-Sharon Wagner, Sam lannetta,
Alice Wynton, Iudith Patten, Marilyn Ann Overstedt, Dorothy Ruehl. Iudith Sandy Beck. Pat Conroy, David
Micheilak. Barbara Ott, Ann Hamilton, Anderson. Myron DiBartolomeo, Ioan Benner, Renata Ruff, Ronnie Neubert.
Mary Kinsch. Zuccaro. Darrell Dimmett.
Row 1-Ken Granthen, Don Clements, Russ Weiland, Richard Row 2-Edmund Blackburn, Harry Griffith, Robert Knoske,
Tomzak, Gordon LaBuhn. Robert Budzisz. Chuck Davis, Jerome Brandau.
Row 1-Marilyn Kubik, Charlene Hatcher, Esther
Bayer. Lydia Yungton.
Row 2-Mr. L. Larson. Christal Milchner. Vemita Bell,
Row 1-Harold Blay, Myron Barlow. Don Panzer.
How 2-Ann Dorazio, Ellen DeLoy, Miss E. Woodruil,
Ianet Kavenaugh, Dorothy Kole.
Row 1-Ioyce Lansky, Beverly Eago, Carol Row 2-Ioan Larry, Dorothy Kole, Lucille Row 3-Ioan DeWetter, Marcia Meyers.
Price, Pat Redman, Sandy Fall, Irene Colonnce, Marlene Rice, Ianet Pat Slaughter, Iune Kinmond, Iackie
Roy. Carol Tillack. Kavanagh, Gilda Auquliaro, Margaret Zimmer, Ioan Reichenbach. Anita
Bielawski. Rosie Sante. Houbeck. Kay Brostrom.
Row I-Mr. Iinks, Iay Schoettley. Bob Buhl.
Don Panzer. Myron Barlow.
Row 2-Iohn Morovitz. Ralph Palmer, Frank
Higgins. Gerald Scheltler.
Row 1-Noreen Helliwell. Iackie Dailey, Row 2-Marie Bowman. Ioan Summella, Row 3-Wilma Vineyard, Amelia Black-
Marlene Cuttler. Nancy Moquin. Ann Machleit. Lillian LaFalse. Iulie wood. La lean Davis. Sara Iean Cutter
Fead, Beverly Bailey. Mrs. M. Howell. Loretta LaMonde.
Row l-Marguerite Greenlee, Carolyn Row 2-Rosemary Bosco, Ioy Holmes, Row 3-Shirley Thompson, Ann String-
Forsythe. Joyce Bundy. Gerry Clise, Betty Iane Holmes, Kay Iersey, Sandy fellow. Marge Bisinger. Kay Vickery.
lean Wargo, Dolla Schreel, Sharon Meakin. Rosemary Rehn, Iackie Wilma Bowker, Shirley Bade, Ioan
Kyle- Murphy, Pat Dedek, Iuliette Beke. Benvenuti, Sally Pascoe.
Row l-Phyllis Day, Wilma Fischer, Helen Stapleton, Iohn Maxey.
Thomas O'Neil. Iack Myers, Barbara Morris. Carol Hart,
Ronnie Iackson, Betty Gruse. Evelyn Alexander, Lloyd Lusk,
lane Dorrough, Dolores Crews. Sue Stutzke. Leona Harrison.
Row 2-Kathleen Heam. Lois Iarnagin, Arlene Adair, Ianice Stahl,
Ray DeSoto, George Claeys. Steve Lazarevich. George Miesel,
Carl Prowalny. Virginia Scarchilli, Evelyn Semeyan. Carolyn
Forsythe, Lois Rivers, Roger Nesleruk. Miss I. Bielenberg.
Row 3-Pat Graves. Rudy Adamo, Ronald Pasenchal. Doug
lsherwood, Bill Rennie, Ioe Garici. Ray Gamble. Earl Muhleck.
Tony Campo. Albert DeSuntis, Chris Christopher, Iim Long.
Row 4-Ken Prevost. Iames Gable. Dick Kuser. Bill Hirsch. Tom
Wilson, David Hillyard, Allen Hayosh, Archie DeSmith,
Row 1-Virginia Schelter, Iuanita Galey. Marlene Beierman.
Virginia Ronson. lack Dunn, Art Bums, Ioan Hubble, Mr.
Uhlig. Ken Ferguson, Harold Blay, Diane Edmiston, lean
Moher, Dolly Schreel, Ioan Pardi.
Row 2-Elena Montgomery. Sally Shapton, Marianne Brown,
Ioyce Iettke. Shirley Degen. Phil Pond, Vera Smith. Sali
Muggelberg. Salli Kehoe. Irene DeMaire. Dottie Waligor.
Shirley Tisler, Marilyn Cunard, Dorothy Molinari.
Row 3-Barbara Ellis. Ioan Benvenuti. Shirley Bade. Frank Webb,
Lee Szmist, Georgene Slatery, Gerald Scheifler. lim Wilson.
Mary Lou Scally, Beverly Schumer. Ianet Schneider. Norine
Miller, Ianet Trombly, Ioan Klex. '
Row 4-Donald Vogel, Chuck Bozick, Rodger Dreier. Hugo
Breitkreuz. Larry Romatz, Louis Van Slambrouck, Bob Block.
Robert Rutz, Bob O'Brien, Dick Seward. Ioe Tignanelli. Steve
Lazarevich, lack Myers.
Row 1-Sgt. Arthur LaMonthe, Charles Forrest, Bart Pasini. Bob
Verbeke. Iohn Rassachaert, Dale Dawson, Thomas Brooks,
Donald Wilkinson, Chuck Dawson, Robert Randall, Wesley
Spencer, Richard Gerheiser, Ioe Clemente. Roy Bailey, Fred
Newman. Richard Coilman. Richard Hayes, Sgt. Erval Carroll.
Row 2-George Windiate, lim Varin, Charles Chittenden. Bob
Wendell, Tony Billardello, Ronald Schmidt. Iim Stacy. Bob
Smith, Charles Orth. Gerald Muriel, lack Papadince, Larry
Jacobi. Robert Balash, Ralph Miller. Horst Lueck, Donald Ralph.
Row 3-Carl Heiden, Anthony Wisniewski. Ted Craig, Ray
Ronson, Sam LaMonica, Ken Chrisner. William Barr, Charles
Youngblood. Iohn Compton. Richard Petro, Fred Petarius.
Dick Tabbert. Robert Mueller. Allen Brani. George Euleston.
Row 4-Ken Granthen, Richard Champine, lim Like. Henry
Potykur. Iohn Backus, Carl Ewald, Thomas Van!-lall. Dick
Primeaul. Robert Pasini. Richard Holmes, Durwood Hale.
Bill Knapp. Karl Froeleig, Bill Beige. Non-nan Torok.
'Klub Jlome, fmnomicn. Club
Row l-Naomi Rogers. Phyllis Funk. Beverly Ditimer. Iackie Row 1-Jackie Shumate, Iune Reynolds. Ellen Hale, Rose
Bundenza, Mary Ann Brock, Marilyn Handle, Carol Iulian, Ann Dorazio, Sonia Bronder, Shirley Sikorski.
Hubbard, Sally Pascoe. Naomi Rogers.
Row 2-Miss S. Defever, Rose Marie Schmidt. Eleanore Huw 2,.Enen DBLOVI Miss K- Sewal Carol Schoemnger.
Padberq. Rosie Gentile. '
Row l-Charlotte Havers. Pat Putnam, Phil Clemo. Mildred Row 3-Phil Passeralli. Ronald Mallis. Charles RyanQ Carol
Knapp, Fred Sutton. Barbara Vandenbusch. Klick. Pai Smith, Shirley Crowe.
Row 2-Dennis Pedrie, Ioan Katsock. Loreiia Lamonde. Row 4-Ronald Bjorkman, Marvin Vandenberg, Eric Vetter,
Eleanore Herman, Sandra Williams, Janet Kavanaugh. Iulian Malcolmson.
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Row 1-Bob Griiiin. Armen Boyle, Dick Row 2-William Hirt, Stanley Ferrell. Row 3-Kay Vickery. Barbara Hallam.
Bird, Mr. I. Wolf, Dave Grady. Irene Harold Leach, Art Zillgitt, Bob Randall, Pat Huseman, Mary Taylor, Stanley
Roy. Art Burns, Bill Kersten. Stynes, Tony Scally, Chuck Dawson.
The student council has once again done its part in formulating the many great plans
which make our school the cheerful place that it is. Selling hot dogs at the football games,
and making an activities board for the main hall, are just two of the many things this club
accomplished this year. Many times the Council works side by side with its subsidiary, the
Sportsmanship Council, and provides leadership for the student body in its many activities.
How I-Mr. N. Wheeler, Pat Bligh, Adeline Ciavola, Dave Row 3-Harry Miller, Noreen Rupp, Iohn Morovitz. George
Grady, Stan Stynes, Marcia Meyers, Frank Higgins. Irene I-lomett, Dick Lootens. Myron Barlow, Sallie Yeager.
Roy. Shirley Deqen.
How 2-Harry Alexon. Shirley Unrau. Pat Teschke, Barbara Row 4-Carolyn Kuhlman. Pat McVeigh, Ierry Levitan. lay
Grish. Doris Overstedt, Beverly Bailey. Iudy Stone. Schoettley, lack Ostrominski. Wemer Boelstler. Sally
Ioyce Bundy. Carolyn Gasko. Niebergall. Marion Pearson.
Row 1-Pat Dedek, Elaine Maas, Barbara Cannell, Ioyce Fontana, Eleanor Row 2 - Shirley Wamke, Doug McDonald, Bob
Hotia. Dorothy Stickle. Charlotte Wemer, Dorothy Kole, Io Wood, Novakovich, Marion Michaels, Io Vanderhaegan.
Mildred Knapp, Evelyn Simancek. Audrey Chamness, Esther Riew,
Making the signs seen regularly in our halls advertising sports
events and dances is the aim of the Ad Club, which is under the
guiding hand of Mr. Kenneth Haines.
Bow 1 -- Bob Compton. Yvonne
Kloska, Roger VanAken.
Row 2 - Ierry Fachie. Iohn Di-
Biaggio, Roger Parmentier.
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Row 1-Mr. R. Freier. Pat Faskerty. Gloria Schmier. Vera Diana, Barbara Piel.
Ioan Katsack, Lillian Lloyd. Gilda Auguliaro. Rosemarie Culmone. Salvatore
Row 2-Margaret Harvey. Beverly Herling. Dolores Tusk. Lucille Coronna, Pearl
Marshall. Rebecca Kennedy, Connie Stormer. Freya vonBerg, Mary Lea Morat,
Ieanette Cnnnp. Rosemary Schultz.
Row 3-Nancy Farnham, Beverly Himschoot, Laura Lloyd. Iudy Anderson, Sandra
Williams. Lillian Schooks. Margie Whitaker, Marjorie Dunseith, Wilma Altemus.
Ruth Rosenbusch. Ianet Gulnther.
Row 4-Helen Witmer. Annie Ioe Mitchell, Beverly Schoeneweg. Donna Clark,
Carol Naumann. Pat Ever, Donna Shaw, Marianne Hodakowski. Betty Lee
Koechle. Nina Agosta.
"Step this way. please," are the
familiar words of the members of
the Ushers Club. These students
are the same ones who help you
find your seat at all Denby's plays
Movies, recordings, and slides,
for the further enjoyment of our
student body as it works at getting
an education, are all carefully ad-
ministered by the Operators Club.
This club consists of approximately
fifty-five members and shows any- Shmey Dec-'en' Nancy R
Row 1-Marlene Spencer, Bob Templeton. Ronald Pagels, Kathleen Belfi. Ianet
Kavanagh, Russ Weiland. Sam Dickson, Lester Weil, Audrey Pleummer.
Gordon Schoeneueg, Bill Schultz. Ann Heney.
Row 2-Dick Koss. Larry Reed, Henry Mengeringhausen, Anton Lewandoski. Al
Rundgren. Bill Zimmerman. Gerald Wixson, Barbara Kopp, Chuck Dawson,
Laura Lloyd. Ronald Fett, Gerry Chiasson, Howard Vemier.
Row 3-Gur Brown. Ianet Butchart, Kersten Bentzen, Irene Louisel, Cliff Green.
Fritz Iunker. Ianice Bush. Ioan Katsock. Marion Pearson, Doris Rosenbusch.
ayner, Roland Meunier.
where from forty to sixty projec-
tions each day.
Row 4-Ronald Molis, Charles Forrest. Tom Wilcox, Al Newcomer, Francis
Ferrari. Norman Hofmann. Don Clements. lack Barrell. Dennis Madler. Don
Head, Paul Meyer.
Row l-Sue Stutzke. Leona Harrison, Marilyn Stieler, Doris Churan. Donice Borsky,
Lillian Lloyd. Angela Corrado. Diane Bartlett, Clarice Brisson, Barbara Long.
Pat Ward. Louise Smith. '
Row 2-Ioan Faynola, Yvonne Billington, Roger Nesteruk, Grace Walker. Ioyce
Conrad, Betty Henderstein, Marianne Hodakowski. Mary Demchuk, Iill Kent,
Iohn Sasin, Sally Gordon, Beverly Bretz.
Row 3--Boss Morkal, Lewis Bertrand, Iack Bradiield, Fred Berbing, Tony Campo,
Roger Drnagman, Richard Wagner, Iohn McLeon, Iim Clampitt, Christine
Banaczek. loAnn Stabile.
Row 4-Paul Clerno, Ierry McCo1ley, Bob Bloch. Richard Holmes. Paul Iohnson,
Bob Dueweke, Leonard Buhlman. Mal Blakemore. Walter Baudoux.
These are the unsung
heroes of the Denby halls,
who daily, sporting cheerful
smiles, withstand the irrita-
tions of hall duty.
Members of the Library Club
not only serve on the staff during
school hours, but also make it pos-
sible for the library to remain open
for students on Wednesday eve-
Row 1-Evelyn Semeyn. Carolyn Forsythe, Dolores Crews, Evelyn
Wise, Helen Stapleton, Doris Smothennan, Marlene School-
meesters, Ioan Youngblood.
Row 2-Miss Nona Duiiey, Carmela Giacomazza, Ianice Rooney,
Jane Schuster. Donna Berger, Shirley Oehrnke, Naomi Frost.
Sally DuChene, Grace Scotiord, Miss Grace Wiegman.
Row 1-Ray DeSoto. Dale Hemmingsen, Row 2-Margie VonNo1ting, Betty Von- Sugden, Sally Theander, Lydia Yung-
Wally Price. Ioanne Hanson, Bob
Hawkins, Olwyn Coates, June Mc-
Cracken, Carol Millar. Ioe Gabriele,
Don Reid. lim Wilson, Bob Flowers,
Don Newcomd, Al Helquist, Ioe Caro-
lan, Iim Randall, Dave Vanover, Don
Dorothy Demrick, Harriet Bedard, Carol
Stynes, Virginia Demassa. Lydia Young-
ton, Doris Bengtsson.
Nolting, Marge McNash, Elaine
Frank. Ioann Keller, Dolores O'Neill,
Joann Trout, Charlyne Hatcher, Ca-
mille Schooff. Lorraine Dakin, Rich-
ard Pullicin, Don Hood, Paul Bedard,
Frank Koczot, Doris Bingtsson, Doro-
thy Demrick, Cecily Sweeney, Sylvia
ton. Chuck Bertrand.
Row 3-Sue Wilson. Marilyn Raddatz,
Delores Stevens, Arthur Follows.
Gloria Carolan, Ann Hacker, Ianet
Walker, Iim Woodlin, Carol Stynes.
Rith Schultz, Harriet Bedard, Irene
Tomaszczyk, Miss Marjorie Aber.
Our music department,
famed for its Christmas and
Spring concerts, produced two
more fine evenings of enjoy-
ment this past year: new tunes,
old masters, all done with the
same superb display of show-
manship and "know how" typ-
ical of our Denby tradition of
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Denby's Spring and Christmas concerts are famous throughout the city
for their lavish sets and fine music.
y Last Christmas, the Music Department outdid itself with a solemnly
beautiful production featuring Fred Waring's "Song of Christmas." This was
the first time that this piece of music, covering sixty-six pages and taking
twenty minutes to play, was presented by a high school group.
Row 1-Calvin Caldwell, George Schreiner, Robert Rathbun, Dave Vanover, Wally Herzog. Tom Pesamoska, Walter
Allen Schmoock, Biel Wogan, Larry Marshell, Iohn Calan- Nicaise, Roy Marowske.
dro, Gerald Harris, Allen Vitale, Dick Brouskaert, Bob i v -
V Hawkins, Harold Colbathu lemme 1:-am' Lois Iamaginl Helen Row 3-Mr. T. Armstrong, Laura Nzcoloft, Else Stiehler, Marilyn
Collins, Gloria Dumas. Barbara Borthurch, Hannelore Mai. Rfiddatzf-Frank Plkeff Dave Robefmon- Walter Read' Duane
Carol Millar, Charlyne Hatcher. Enola' Vmcem Tafanla'
Row 2-Clark Cavalier, Bob Flowers, Romulus Caroselli. Row 4-Pat Husemann, Gordon Anderson, Iohn Heiden, Dale
Charles Rein, Don Reid, Paul Clemo, Fred Schwinck. Hemmingsen. Ralph Paonessa, Richard Miller, Frank
Donald Fridlund, Walter Baier, Roger Schultz, Ted Beck, Maisano, Richard Bober, Don Pollard, Russ Abate, Carl
Paul Stocks. Charles Miner, Hugh Mclntyre, James Randle, Iario, Al Hebbard.
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How 1 - Eileen Quinn, Audrey
Plummer, Lois Ann Mee. Doris
Row 2 - Dolores Meyer, Marilyn
Mosier. Pat McVeigh, Made-
Row 1-Betty lane Gruse. Loretta La-
Monde, Helen Kuhn, Carole Lee.
Alice Gargano, Sheila Gordon,
Arlene Gleiser, Ianet Iohnson,
Lillian Licata, Mildred Knapp.
Row 2-Dona Kordich, Arleen
Kuhlman, Freda George, Eleanor
Hermann, Caroline Kukler. Doro-
thy Kanellos, Ioan Katsock, Char-
lotte I-lavers, Laura Lloyd, Phyllis
Row 3 -Barbara Gilland, Betty lane
Holmes, Noreen Helliwell, Eliza-
beth Wollf. Helen Flood, Dorothy
Ambitious leaders in the various houses took the reins as officers and provided a
program of action for their classmates. Entertainment for Friday record periods and
running of the business sessions was the principal business of the house officers. 302
girls took special care to keep their house attractively decorated and 102 girls organ-
ized a group of junior counselors to assist those who were having difficulties in their
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Opportunity to earn and learn
was given to students who enrolled
in retailing and Chrysler coopera-
tive programs. The Future Retailers
of Detroit awarded Denby's group
with a plaque for their Work of the
year. Their recognition was based
on the efficiency with which the
coops put retailing before the
Chrysler girls won fame when
the company decided to use our
photogenic femmes for a picture-
feature story for their publication.
Row 1+Ioan Ponger, Frances Holm. Ianet Mcgarry, mannequm
Rosemary Surratte, Elsie Martellock, Margaret Schnitzki. Ioar
Fraser. Nina Ensler. Mary Villari, Betty Linden, Barbar
Muqgleton. lane Butler. Marlene Iansen. Ioyce Decker
Lois Hopp, Frank Wolshon, Sigmund Pieper, Allan Pouliot
Row 1-Elaine Belitsos, Florence Ciarelli, Alice
Webb, Barbara Grey.
Row 2-Miss Charatis, Heddy Zettler, Pat Mur-
phy, Marilyn Stern, Mae Shaw.
Row 3-lean DiNoto, Elirida Kohler.
Row 1-Paul Hentschel, Floyd Fleischut. Bob
Wimmer, Dick Utley. Matthew Agosta, Nino
Row 2-Donald Fox, Gerald Wilson, Donald
Zetterlind. Nick Zizzi, Lawrence Viznau.
Row 3-Marvin Pakizer. Bob O'Neil. Iames
McCoy, Tony Lung. Earl Kanthook. Dono-
van Tubbs. Stewart Lenier.
Row 4-Bill Franchy. Bill Fischbach, Bill Far-
row, Eugene Andre.
Across Back-Bill Rentschler, Ronald Kalalut,
Bob Hendricks. Mr. W. Thompson.
Rosemary Surratt. Priscilla Smith, Anthony Oldani. Keith
BanBelle, Miss Lind. Nina Ensley, Marlene Petroli.
Row 2-August D'Onofrio. Richard Newton, Martin Rohlfing,
Flora Woomer, Chester Czeplewski, mannequin.
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Row 1-Dorothy Molinari. Marilyn Cunard. Ioan Donahue.
Elaine Morrish, Shirley Tisler, Dottie lean Wolijor, Irene
DeMaire, Marilyn Souee, Donna Vervaecke.
Row 2-Ianet Schneider, Lee Szmidt, Shirley Trobka,
Evangeline Belitsos, Ianet Trombley, Ioan Klix, Beverly
Schumer, Mary Lou Scally, Georgene Slattery.
Row 3-Lesley Herbert, Adolph Krist, Bob O'Brien, Morris
DeGryse, Ronald Parlin, Dave Millbank, Dick Seward,
Ioe Signanelli, Iohn Rasschaert.
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Row 1-Wilma Pursell Elaine Loyal Ioanna Hogan Rose
Marie Deptula Connie Heinz Nancy Beams Dolores
Row 2-Ioan Fitzgerald Dorothy Hamey Ann Hall Dolores
Beil, Marilyn Richard losephxne Mangiapane
Row 1-Albert Harvey, Jim Dunlop, Norman Dettloif.
Gordon Peck, Leigh Gallus, Bob Barsuhn. Frank Zybura.
Donald Owens, Karl Falk.
Row 2-Andy Rertovich, Don Gross, Orville Popke, Iohn
Giampino, Richard Friedeman, Harold Strong, Paul
Ehmer, Marvin Vandenberg, Don Goodrich, Don Kolly,
Row 3-Richard Kropp George Malfroid Robert Mueller
Defaura Nelson Pextz Gerald Nichols Robert
Borvin, Stanley Koenke Iames Vrau
Row 4-Henry Marshall Iack Poppelreuter Paul Martins
Pop Richard Stahmer Carlo Clavenna Art
Row 1-luliette Beke, Sue Wilson, Ruth Cunningham, Marilyn Row 2-Marcia Meyers, Iohn Calandro, Don Vogel, Art Rauien-
Richard. Diane Edmiston, lack Ostrominski. Sharon Beyer, berg, Frank Higgins, Stan Siynes, Denny Maxey, Alice
Evelyn Bailey, Cyrilla Northrop. Garqano, Beverly Herling.
Row l-Elaine Crowe, Diane Edmiston, Row 2--lean Tumer, Ioyce Bundy, Lois Row 3-Rudy Adamo. Bob Woolsey
Shirley Suiter, lack Osirorninski, Griessel, Marguerite Greenlee, Nonnan Hofmann, Robert Rathhun
Don Vogel. Art Hautenberg. Evelyn Alice Gargano, Rosemary Bosco. Ronald Nowak. Edward Ott.
Bailey, Ruth Baragar. Gloria Sanderson.
Remember . . . Community Day when all our
neighbors turned out for a good time and every-
one enjoyed the barbeque and friendliness . . .
the evening Carl Sandburg spellbound our
crowded auditorium with his guitar and homely
folk lore . . .
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College Day . . . when We talked about our
future . . . those dreamy dances which our
,Mothers Club sponsored for us.
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Denby-Northwestern ........ 33-0
Denby-Wilbur Wright ...... 55-0
Denby-Southeastern .. .... 14-2
With the score tied 6-6 against Miller. the Tar players leave the Held
at hall time. Denby scored again in the last period to win by one
A11 City Honors went to three
members of the Tar squad. Here
Coach Iirn Stout congratulates
Iohn DeGrandis, Capt. Dick Bird.
and Roger Parmentier.
Denby-Miller . . . .... 13-12
Denby-Pershing . . . .... 20-7
Denby-Cass .... .... 4 0-0
Denby-U. of D. .... .... 7 -28
Warren Scholz is stopped after a short gain by an unidentified
Pershing player. lim Nelson leads the Tar blocking with lack Maas
coming up on play.
Row 1-52-Mel Bernia, 77-Roger Parmentier, 49-Ioe Kohn, 65-Iohn
DeGrandis, 80-Co-Captain Dick Bird, 67-Co-Captain Chuck
Schleicher, 79-Iack Mass, 78-Phil West, 58-Warren Scholz.
Row 2-62-Bob Griffin. 20-Ierry Levitan. 55-George Claeys, 53-Gay-
lord Stahl, B3-Norm Davis, 45-Chuck Dengler, 67-Steve
Leseravitch. 44-Iohn Morris.
Row 3-58-Bill Rennie, 63-Ed Vickery. 71-Vic Seipe, 50-Iim Myler,
48-Bob Knight, 55-Done Klanke, 42-Bob Harrison, 41-Iohn
Lusk, 59-Carl Bates.
Riding on a victory string which ex-
tended over the two previous seasons and
included two city Goodfellow champion-
ships, the Denby football team entered
the 1949 campaign a favorite to win its
fifth straight East Side grid title.
Slipping by a highly-regarded Miller
squad, the Tars earned the right to meet
U. of D. High in the Metropolitan League
city playoff. Though at that game the
Denby consecutive win streak was broken
at 26 games, All-City Tars, Captain Dick
Bird, End Roger Parmentier and Guard
Iohn DeGrandis performed brilliantly in
Row 4-57-Ierry Musetti, 68-Chuck Krutsch, 45-Bob Kreuger.
75-John Stuckey, 64-Eugene Haviland, 54-Bill Palmer, 74-Andy
Koski. 26-Bill Santoro.
Row 5-22-Stuart Comboy, 47-Chuck Malcolm, 72-Ierry Pinder.
66-Lloyd Lusk, 48-Paul Fecho, 76-Chet Vineyard, 55-Bill Ince,
24-Ron Biorkman, 53-Louie Kreegar.
How 6 - 73-Ioe Carolan, 69-lim Nelson, 51-Ron Rae, Coach Iim
Stout. 31-Guy Brown, Student Manager Chuck Dawson, 21-Ron
Kiel, Assistant Coach Harold Lindsey, 25-Roger Deary, 70-Daryl
Machemer. 27-Bob Fluegge.
Student council served refreshments to the hungry, enthu-
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The old bugaboo that kept Denby from winning
Metropolitan League city swimming championships
was finally ended as Coach Bill Reaume's power-
laden Tar squad beat its closest contender for the
crown, Redford, by five points.
For the last nine years Denby mermen have cap-
tured the East Side title, only to have the illusive city
honor slip away. During that time the Tars have won
the dual meet championship on four occasions. Also
over that span Denby has 52 victories to its credit as
compared to only five setbacks.
In regular dual competition the Tars have built up
a 36 meet winning streak. Southeastern was the last
to turn the tide, accomplishing this task on October
Reaume is losing 15 through graduation from a
squad that turned back last year's Redford city
titlists twice, one in an exhibition and the other in a
thrill-packed 46-45 event for the dual meet crown.
Nine Denby swimmers took all city honors during
the city championship. Pictured above with Coach
Bill Reaume are:
Row l-L.-R.-Pete Grundy, Hal Leach, Dave
Mandell, Iohn Armstrong, Coach Reaume.
Row 2-L.-R.-Fred Gerbing, Frank Haag. Don
Bouschor, Ierry Hudson, Bob Zablocki.
Royal Oak 41
Row 1-Gene Sunderman, Bob Frost, Sam Gallow, Hal Leach. Dave
Foley, Bob Zablocki, Ed Dauw, Dave Mandell. Don Bouschor.
George Meyer, Ray Fisher, Ken Prevosl, Fred Morehing, Art Bums,
Jerry Hudson, A1 Helquest.
Row 2-Bill Graham, Roger Dingman, Art Fasoli, Bill Kirstin, Dick
Marshall, Dielrick Kopp, Hal Colbath. Frank Haag, Fred Gerbing.
Iamie MacDonald, Ed Hinden, Iirn Long, Ed Barbon, Don De-Clair,
Row 3-Ken Bell, Gervase Kiley, Bob Castle. Iohn Kay, Tom Krauss.
Ray Babin, Neil Wilson, lim Summers. Bill Lavie. Glen Miller, Bill
Cummings. Bob Wippleman, Ralph Carbanaro.
Row 4-Lee Edmiston, Bob Cassel, lim Dailey, Coach Bill Heaume.
Bd Dauw and Dave Mandell. co-captains, look at
the performance chart with Coach Reaume.
Helene Seiv. Carol Row 2-Iackie Russell, Arlene Bndler.
e D a Ghazel, Anna Failer, Barbara Phillips, Dorothy Demrick.
B rb G sh Vera Smith, Ruth Marlene Rice, Melanie Wachler, Ianet
Fasnaugh Sequin. Shiela Gordon.
3-Dorothy Sprouse. Marilyn Raddatz.
Rosie Rehn. Arlene Wylie. Ruth
Buechler, Mable Cameron, Dorothy
Sine. Lois Babcock, Beverly LaPage.
The girls basketball team, with eleven
members returning from the undefeated
squad of last year and a new crop of play-
ers, again completed a winning season. The
goblets lost at the hands of Northeastern
and Eastern, but won over Pershing, Miller,
and Southeastern. They finished their
schedule with a much-desired victory over
A change in the basketball coaching staff
brought Harold Lindsay to the fore at the start
of the 1949-50 campaign. New talent, plus five
returning lettermen, established the Tars as
dark-horse contenders for the East Side title.
Spirits ran high when Denby took measure
of city-finalist Cass Tech by seven points in
the opening game. Then the roof fell in as
Miller, Northern, Northeastern and Pershing
beat the Tars on successive weekends. The
best Denby could salvage for the season was
two wins and a tie out of an eight-game
Row 1-Frank Carly. Mac Blakemore, Row 2-Ken Henning, Wally Rentz, Row 3-Coach Harold Lindsay, Roger
Bob Griiien, Iohn Zimmerman, Don Roland Eugenio, Ray Kelly, Marve Deary. Ronnie Rae, lack Maas, Ken
Babcock, Ronald Kay, Melvin Melanson, Bob Dueweke. Ferguson, Bob Abbott.
Row 1-Melvin Batchie, Elmer Rentz. Row 2--Don Grant. Gary Haarz. Ted Row 3-Coach Ted Meyer, Bob Reudi.
Kurt Eubanks, Gay Siahl. Dodenhoii. Tom Rea, lim Brown. William Rapp, Phil Nelson, Walter
Frank Carly. Koepke. Iames Malczewski.
Row 1-Monica Popp, Marilyn Mosier. Ruth Ulmer and Margaret Hoonaert, Iackie Mutton, Ieanne Bums,
Iudy Pouliot. Charmaine Bowles. Shirley Mitchell, Pat Wolfe. Iackie
Row 2-Virginia Martisko, Mary Lou Tizani, Arlene Heil. MufPhY' Shiflelf Vitale' and BENY Pfevosl-
Pat MacKellar, Camille Schooif, Armen Boyle. Pat Row 44hir1eY Warnike' Iudy Burrows' Laura Wallace,
Husemann, Donna Reid, Carol Schneider. Barbara Piel. Ioan Connolly' Marilyn Hiller' Ruth Wallace, Marilyn
and Pal Ben- Frank, Virginia D'Hondt, Sally Harris, Sandra Fall,
Row 3-Annette Peterson, Pat Redman. Suzanne Wilson, Sally Kehoe. and Nancy Heinrich.
After a wonderful turnout, our mermaids were disappointed when the coal
strike claimed two of their meets, leaving them with only four of the six
In Iune, graduation will claim many of the mermaids, including Co-
Captains Ruth Ulmer and Marilyn Mosier.
Row 1-Carol Tillack, Sally Yeager, Armen Boyle. Carol Row 2-Iackie Zimmer, Noreen Neubar, Pai Husemann,
Price, Pat Redman. Marguerite Greenlee, Kay Vickery.
Here's a cheer for the peppy cheerleaders who added a bit of spice to all
of Denby's football and basketball games, come rain or shine. Aside from their
vigorous activities of supplying all Denbyites with cheers and songs, they
also have get-togethers ot their own.
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How l-Coach Leonard Stark. Dick Koster. Herbert Schultz, Row 2-Tony Femminineo, Will Hin, Ioe Gauci. Dave Donnelly.
Tony Scally. Bill Breaugh. Pete Cook.
A no-hit game-the highlight
of the last baseball season-and
the only perfect game ever
played in the league. Dick Ul-
man was the terrific pitcher.
Denby was victorious in 5 of
the 7 games played and Tony
Femminneo, catcher, made the
The prospect for the coming
season looks even brighter.
Row 3-Iohrx Rea, Don Hause, Marve Melansorx.
Coach Len Stark with two key players -for 1950. Marve
Melanson and Ioe Gauci. Both relumed from last year's squad
Row l-Iune Reynolds, Ruth Fasnaugh. Beverly LaPage, Sheila Row 2-Pat Reynolds, Dorothy Swierzek. Ioan Katsock, Pat
Gordon. Ethel Mae Eldis. Marilyn Raddatz, Rosemary Rehn. Dedek. CHYOI Winter. 10311 Reichenbach. IO Willerlz.
Ruth Wallace, Dorothy Sine. Dorothy Sprouse. Lois Griessel, Glenda Nichols, Dorothy
Row 1-Loia McNal1y,Iohn Galaska, Jerry Musetti, Iohn Dollar, Row 4--Dick Miller. Ron Malis, Ed Dietz, Rudy Adamo, Tom
Dave Grady, Dick McGlinnen. Bob Glunk. Ward Keith, Rea, Wilber Staley.
Iohn Lal'-'alce, Coach Emst Wuesthotf. R 5 T Cl ln P t G d Ch t V. d B b
How 2-Mel Bemia, Bill Karsten. Bob Skinner. Chuck Bozick, ow - lm ampl ' eg rim Y' es er meyar I O
Chuck Miner, Don Giezyngl Bob Hudesiu. Terry Kuessner. Hawkins, Henry Babbitt, Bill Sammelson, Don Robinson.
Row 3-Art Wilkens, Herb Bearse, Burt Basney. lim Buchanan, Row 6-Art Burns. Warren Scholz, Iohn DeGrandis, George
Dave Cannon. George Homett, Tom Dollar, Bob Bradley, Claeys, Carl Bates, Bill Howard, Bill Compton. Wemer
Bob Knight. Boelster, Tom Kruzowski.
"Denby has its best team in years," Miller Coach Leroy Dues exclaimed at the 1950 Tar-
Trojan track meet. Ernst Wuesthotf, Denby mentor, has built up a powerhouse this season and
for the first time in quite a while feels his squad will be a serious challenger for the city
championship. The Tars have yet to claim a Metropolitan League track title.
Row 1-Bob Berry, Bob Skinner, Iohn LaFalce, Bob Glunk. Bob Rudesill, Iohn Dollar. Coach Ernst Wuesthoif.
Row 2-Loia McNally, Al Garbukas. Tom Winterfield, Bob Novakavich, Iolm Galaska.
Row 3-Bob Hawkins. Ron Boland, Phil Russo. Don Bearse, Henry Babbitt.
Although they did not record one win during the
regular campaign. Denby's cross country team ran
its way over the two mile course at Palmer Park, to
fifth place in the city finals. f
Cass and Miller finished ahead of Denby during the
East Side finals but the Tars came back to edge out
Miller in the city finals. Northwestern, Cass, Macken-
zie, and Cooley finished ahead of Denby in that order.
Captain Bob Skinner was the only returning letter-
rnan back from the previous season's squad. He
headed a fifteen man squad that took second in all of
its triangular meets.
Skinner and Iohn LaFalce nailed down all city hon-
ors during the finals for the Tars.
Bob Skinner and Iohn I.aFalce didn't walk but ran
their way to all city honors during the city meet
held at Palmer Park. Skinner finished seventh with
Track Scores - 1950
Denby 68 2f3 -Pershing 17 lf3
Denby 44 1f6 -Miller 46 5X6
Denby 30 1f2 -Northern 60 1f2
Denby 79 5fl2-Southeastern 29 5f12
Denby 63 2X3 -Cass 45 1X3
Denby 78 -Northeastem 31
Denby 84 -Eastern 25
Unbeaten for the past three years in league competition, the girls' field
hockey team remained the strongest on the East Side.
The goblets, with tive letterwomen returning, showed good sportsman-
ship and team Work and lost only to non-league Dominician.
Row 1-Iune Reynolds. Sandra Meakiu, Row 2-Marilyn Stelt, Carol Stynes, Row 3--Dora Ghaze1,Hanelore Mai, Mary
Pat Reynolds, Ann Lawrence. Dorothy Georges, Dorothy Smith. Taylor. Iackie Combs, Sally Pascoe.
Ruth Ulmer, lane Alexy.
Row l-Annette Petersen, Joyce Niven, Row 2-lane Alexy, Noreen Helliwell, Row 3-Pat Mierau. Melanie Wachler,
Doris Smotherman, Barbara Boatman, Charmaine Bowles, Gail Glaiser, Iill Rettick, lean Brock, Rosie Re-
Wilma Bowker, loan Mildred Hansen, Ioan McCul1um, quines, Carol Winter, Arlene Endler,
Betty Rice, Marilyn Stelt. Dorothy Demrick.
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We shall never forget the rousing spirit of the two successful athletic
clubs, the G. A. A. and the D Club. Both helpful organizations have brought
a better understanding of our sports events and have sponsored much popular
entertainment. The D Club is exclusive for the boys who have won varsity
letters, however, all girls are automatically members of the G. A. A.
Row 1-Iune Reynolds, Melanie Wachtler, Pat Reynolds, Pat Row 2-Sandra Williams, Mickey Mosier, Marilyn Raddatz.
Husemann, Armen Boyle, Dora Ghazal, Iill Rateick, Betty Carol Stynes, Mary Taylor, Irene Roy, Sally Pascoe,
Bums. Camille Schooii, Dorothy Georges.
Row 1-Donald Giezyng, Ioe Kohn, Chuck Dawson, Sam Row 3-Iames Nelson, Gerald Schefiler, Phil West, Bob
Gallo, Fred Morehing, Bill Kersten, Richard Bird, Dave Rudesill, Chuck Bozick, Chuck Schleicher, lack Myers.
Grady, Eddie Dauw, Iohn DeGrandis, lack Maas, Ierry Bill Breaugh, David Mandell, Bob Frost, Dave Foley, Hal
Hudson, Fred Gerbinq, Roger Dingman, Chuck Miner. Leach, Bob Zablocki, Will Hirt, Stan Ferro, Robert Skinner,
Ed Brazelton. Ward Keith.
Row 2-Bob Griiien, Iohn Meanza, Ierry Kuessner, Dave Row 4-Art Bums, Bill Ince, Ioe Gauci, Ioe Carolan, Herman
Powell, Denny Maxey, Rollie Eugenio, Bob Buhl, Don Mozer, George Meyer, Frank Haag, lack Wilds, Roger
Babcock, Herb Schultz, Mel Bernia, Iohn LaFalce, Ierry Parmentier, Gene Sunderman, Don Bouschor, Ronnie
Musetti, Hal Colbath, Bill Graham, Bob Berry, Dick Rae, Lloyd Lusk, Tom O'Neil.
McGlinnen, Coach Lennie Stark.
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Vice President ....
Treasurer ......... . . .
Social Chairman ........
Membership Chairman .... . . .
Members at Large ..... .
. . . .Stanley Stynes
. . .Nancy Le Roy
. .Marcia Meyers
...... .Phil Pond
. . .Shirley Degen
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Your Edwin Denby
Student Council's Activities
For September 1949-June 1950
The Student Council Strives:
to foster a cooperative student faculty unity
to promote among students a better understanding
of school functions:
to serve the student.
Senior vs. senior basketball games
Sale of HELMS
Sale of bookcovers
New score board numbers
Sale of refreshments at football games .
Presenting Freshie Orientation
DENBY MOTHERS' CLUB
The purpose of the Edwin Denby Mothers' Club is to study and improve the condi-
tions affecting child life, to create better understanding between parents and teachersg in
general, to promote an interest in education and the welfare and civic needs of the
Gifts to the school during the fourteen years of the club's existence have totalled more
than Ii520,000. Of this, 356,875 was contributed toward scholarships and Student Aid.
The Concert Grand piano, the Hammond electric organ, the Bell and Howell cam-
era used at football games, the permanent public address system in the gymnasium, the
drapes and venetian blinds in the school ofhce, the Counsellors' telephones and the main-
tenance of these at a cost of 35290.00 a year, contributions to the 12-year plan, 31600.00
given toward Visual Aid work, and the present gift-the flood lighting of Denby High
School, are among the many gifts to the school from the Mothers' Club.
The Mothers' Club meets the first Thursday of each month, October through June.
All interested mothers are cordially invited to join us and participate in this great work.
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