Derby Middle School - Cycle Yearbook (Birmingham, MI)
- Class of 1963
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Modern students . . . modern buildings . . . modern mathe-
matics . . .
Latin . . . essay . . . literary classics . . .
We hope that as you look through this yearbook you will
see reflected in its pages the mixture of that which is modern
and that which is traditional at Derby Junior High School.
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Mr. Robert Ford's unfailing efforts as Derby's principal have
helped the students maintain high social and scholastic
Mr. Harry Keller, Student Director, surveys the
cafeteria during fourth hour.
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Mr. Stan Elya, assistant principal, works
diligently on school affairs.
Pictured on this page are our leaders-administrat-
ors of Derby. Mr. Ford, principal, Mr. Elya, his as-
sistant, Mr. Keller, Director of Attendance and Stu-
dent Activities, Mrs. Salton, school nurse, and the
three counselors work together to keep our school
running efficiently. The Board of Education, repre-
senting Birmingham 's citizens who make our superior
school system possible, is also shown.
Throughout the Cycle, are pictures of the faculty
at work and in conxwion with the students.
to the Leaders
Board of Education for
the year 1962-63 con-
sists of the following
people: Front row QL-
RJ, Mr. George Coombe,
Mrs. Mary Beier, Mrs.
Kathryn Loomis. Back
row fL-Ry, Mr. Bennett
Root, Mr. Pell Holling-
shead, Mr. Ross Hansen.
Not shown is Mr. Rich-
"A1ways there when you need them," Derby's three
counselors play an important part in guiding the
students. At left is Miss Janet Martin, Sth grade
counselor, and above is Mr. Hans Jens, 9th grade
counselor. Mr. Dequis, 7th grade counselor, is
pictured on page 29.
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Mrs. Thorpe assists one of the many 7th grade girls who are required to take sewing. horne-living, and
cooking in their home-economics course.
New friends . . . new teachers . . . new
rules . . . more homework!
The seventh graders have adapted very
well to their new school. They have many
good things to look back on, but much more
- to look forward to as they continue their
years at Derby.
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B, Botsford, A. Martiney,
S, McKown, C. Bonk, P. Bettendorf, A. Barnard, I. Boyce,
C. Apsey, I. Aronsson, B. Clayton. SECOND ROW:
M. Richardson, R. Jones, B. Hermann, H. McGill, P, Smith,
I. Bullock, L. Bibby, B. MCGOWCII, T. Runyan, T. Arm-
strong. THIRD ROW: W. Osborne, C. Austin, D. DenUyl,
C. Barton, R. Baird, C. Klein, T. Brailowsky, C. Lyman,
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: B, Redfield, J, Rake,
B. VanHorne, P, Webster, P, Pilling, G. McPart1in,
D. Winnie, D. Perron, C. Robinson. SECOND ROW:
N. Marzella, T. Gregersen, S. Pricer, B. Sharrard,
G. Rash, T. Sterling, N. Mcliinnie, M. Simpson, T.Fisher.
THIRD ROW: D. Kitts, L. Taylor, P. Swanson, N. Russ,
C, Pennell, L. Watterson, B. Roberts, D. Smith, D. Noffke.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: T, Thygerson, G. Pass-
avant, M. Arminski, S. Smith, C. Pardee, R. Reid,
N. Mackie, I. Watts, D. Brower, C. Elliott. SECOND ROW:
N. Barnes, B. Price, J. Riedl, R. Weeks, R. Holtz, J, John-
son, D. Galloger, M. Anderson, L. White. THIRD ROW:
D. Hinkle, D. Trickey, B. Kromer, S. Legenc, K. Thorn-
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: M. Hutchins, C, Ball,
I. Vinton, C. Apeseche, P. Dawson, P. Bennett, L, Bush,
K. Factor, K. Warstler, G. Gillman. SECOND ROW:
J. Monteith, I. Abbott, B. Tanury, J. Melcher, B. Boyles
K, Sena, C. Risdon, S. Leinwand, M. Kencik, B. Martin,
J. Calver. THIRD ROW: A. Blakeslee, R. Lancaster,
M. Monteith, M. Connelly, C. Vocht, B. Benedict,
B. Weiss, T. Ralston, C. Hawley, B. Bailey.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. Montgomery, V. Davis,
M, Trost, A. Hamilton, J. Tam, D. Weber, W. Sh0Ok.
J, Zimmer, K. King, B. Vallen. SECOND ROW: B. Blaze
dell, I. DiMarco, S. Foreman, G. Cole, S. Miller,
K. Graham, S. Hodgson, A. Latz. THIRD ROW: C. Hag-
strom, M. Wilcox, M. Livermore, K. Richardson, D. Pock-
randt, N. Underwood, R, Baron, I. Jennings, P. Thun,
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: L. DeVaney, L. Hadden,
D. Riching, I. Guckelberg, B. Srrang, C. Cartwright,
B. Lyles, N. Hoagland, B. Wason. SECOND ROW: J, Fick
M. Steele, S. Weth, I. Horvath, R. Rice, K. Zajic, M. Mac
Lellan, A. Dameron, P. Schnackel. THIRD ROW: M. Vin
cent, I. Burns, R. Clair, L. Kresge, N. Hargraves, J. Lennox
I. Stilson, R. Higgins, C. Cope, S. Dickenshied. ABSENT
B. Brauburger, T. French, K. Nelson, J. Richey.
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Above: This is the way we look when we are working
in Block class.
Above right: But this is the way we look after we've
been playing in Block class.
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Below: Front Row, Left to Right-D. Christy, R. Shoup,
G. Salberg, A. Stephens, P. Evans, L. McFarlane,
S. Bothe, J. Folk. Second Row: S. Gruschow, P. Mack,
P. Davie, F. Orr, M. Stevenson, S. Miller, G. Monroe,
I. Revitte. Third Row: A. Trerice, J. Smith, B. Cairns.
M. Dirnbauer, M. Bricker, C. Szymke, D. Emmett,
L. Sheldon, P. Fournier. Absent: T. McGovern, D. Cady
G. Stein, K. Smith, N. Turner, K. Sullivan, IL Slater.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: C. Morley, B. Cralg.
M, Saefke, P, Farnworth, W. Beal, J. Morgan, D. Zwally,
G, Olsen, B. King, M. McPherson. SECOND ROW: B. Lef-
fler, I. Mentzer, K. Nimmo, I. Kent, E. Vines, D. Wacker,
C, Cogsdill, H. Bratton, R. Miller, T. Burton. THIRD ROW:
C, Powers, B. Baginosky, E. Morgan, D. McNei1age, S, Dunn,
N. Ielinek, P, Nickoloff, P. Thomas, S. Restrick, C. Re-
FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: V. Craighead, K. Black
wood, C. Ellrnan, N. Hutcheson, V. Ernst, K. Clark,
V. Babbin, K. Young, D. Eick, G. Solberg, C. Hughes.
SECOND ROW: S. Gaskill, B. Davidson, B. Ebersole, I.Faw
cett, B. Moody, A. Craig, I. Dykstra, M. Dalton, R. Elrnes,
T, Berd. THIRD ROW: T. Gualt, D, Jennings, T. Van-
Degrift, G. Goodwin, B. Garvett, S, Fuzesari, R. Sheldon,
W. Gordon, M. Estes, C. Foster.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: S, Kiltie, S. Iaroszewicz, '
J. Thompson, S. String, S. Mackie, J. Schreffler, M. Went,
Y, Fisher, P. Blodgett, M. Adams. SECOND ROW: R, Bains,
B. Trewhella, T. Lee, D. Tiedeman, J. Leinenkugel.
P. Moritz, R. Gorga, M. Dellinger, D, VanderRoest,
G. Quart. THIRD ROW: B. Miller, B. Holmes, P. Upmeyer,
L. Fill, D. Dieter, L. Scott, D. Follis, R. Candler, M. La-
Fave, T. McCasey.
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FRONT ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: N. Noonan, B. Nelson,
D. Dildilian, C. Koch, S. Weber, W. Share, M. Lake,
C. Va11DeVenter, D. Schuster. SECOND ROW: V. Le-
cocq, N. Stetson, M. Morrow, B. Walker, K. Cowlin,
I . Paulus. J. Creason, J. Honkanen, B. Kilpatrick,
S. Montgomery. THIRD ROW: C, Peters, S. Sieland,
D. Frederick, A. Wagley, S. McCullough, T. Knapp,
S. Mitchell, D. Douglass, K. Ferris, P. Goulden.
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ABOVE LEFT: Mr. Fred Schubel and students
of his mechanical drawing class take time
out for a laugh.
ABOVE RIGHT: Seventh and eighth grade
girls learn the arts of cooking and foods un-
der the direction of Mrs. Roma Stark.
First Row: Left to right: D. Golding, T. Roberts, R. Wil-
liarns, D. Kowalski, J, Powers, S. Wright, J. Twyman,
D. Mercier, R. Spiegel, K. Wilson. Second Row: F. Kjol-
hede, S. Simmons, S. Wolf, L. Frisch, P. Brosnan, N. Nit-
schke, P. Robison, R. Sundquist, L. Westcott, R. Wharton.
Third Row: C. Proctor, G. Whitehead, K. Wilber, G.
Sprunk, C. Koeller, E. Mehmetaj, N. Graham, W. Mit-
chell, D. York, R. Kloor, K. Edwards. Absent: B. Moroski.
Front Rowg Left to right: P. Hill, S. Reeck, P. Steb-
bins, D. Linton, L. Marriner, T. Johnson, M. Muir-
head, A. Barnes, A. Hein. Second Row: D. Higbee,
B. Golze, B. Cross, M. Diggins, D. Westerby, P. Pic-
mann, R. Hale, D. Rush, R. Jacobs, D. Mazur. Third
Row: C. Hawley, A. Gailey, V. Hitchcock, S. Mest,
C. Lahti, R. Smith, J. Moore, C. Mallery, R. LaDue,
A. Packman. Absent: N. Hehn, D. Krause, D. Hamil-
BELOW LEFT: Making an attractive centerpiece is
one of the many talents Mrs. Ruth Wakeland teaches
her eighth grade home economics students.
BELOW RIGHT: Miss Euen Smith, block teacher,
demonstrates the use of the dictionary.
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Last minute touchdowns . . . cheering crowds . . .
exciting finishes . . . snow covered slopes . . .
Through the efforts of their spirited student body,
Derby has again been well represented in all sporting
activities. Some of us might remember going down
the advanced slope at Mount Holly for the first time,
or seeing al Derby rival intercept a pass in the closing
minutes of a game and gain victory. Others might
recall the swimming team 's fine season or the excite-
ment as the basketball team took the court.
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Coach Hoeh kept the team
working-practice and during
I-Ioeh Leads Dragons
This year-'s football team, brilliantly coached by
Mr. Hoeh, won four of its six games. Derby's wins
over Barnum, Cranbrook, Groves and Dondero were
by handsome margins while its two heartbreaking
losses to Norup and Anderson were by one touchdown
each. Derby will always remember the 1962 football
team for its spectacular plays, thrilling games and its
terrific school spirit.
The team usually started with Chuck Brooks and
Tom Lourie at the ends. John Hilty and Phil Schmitt
at the tackles, Doug Bacon and Craig Newton at the
guards, John Nelson at center, Lee Griffin at quarter-
back, Jack Nelson and Bill Kennedy at halfbacks and
Tom Starr at fullback.
Jack Nelson out-maneuvers a de
Starr plows through Barnum 's defense.
Torn Starr fights for the ball with
an opponent from Birney.
Row 1 - Left to right: J. Shryock, B. Bates, T. Allwardt, I. Nelson, R. Dunkel, D. Bacon, L. Tay-
lor Cmgnj. Row 2: Coach Gibson, P, Murphy, R. Vosler, P. Lyman, S. Hopper, T. Starr, I. Kirk-
wood, T. Lourie, I. Hilty.
The 1962-63 basketball cam-
paign ended with Derby winning
five out of ten games. This year
the team was ably coached by Mr.
ln the first game Leaderle was
defeated by our cagers 27 - 10.
After the first game the Dragons, ' 1
went into a slump losing to Ander-
son 35 - 28 and to Barnum 23 - 14.
Then in a very close game with
Birney, we snapped our losing streak
by beating the Rebels 26 - 23. On
Ianuary 23, our team traveled to
Norup and when the game was over
Norup had 45 points to our 25.
On February 1, our cagers played
their second night game at Groves.
Paul Murphy was obviously on tar-
get as he set a school record by
scoring 23 points to help defeat the
Falcons to the tune of 42 - 20. The
Dragons made it two in a row by
defeating Oak Park 33 - 18. In our
second game against Groves, the
Falcons lucked out with an 18 - 16
Derby entertained Barnum in the
rematch and this time, on Tom
Starr's free throw in the fourth quar-
ter, we nosed them out 21 - 20.
The season ended on an unhappy
note as a mighty Kimball team beat
the Dragons 45 - 31.
Paul Murphy, Derby's high-
'point man, is shown here
dribbling past an opponent.
Who says basketball isn 't rough?
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lst row - Craig Selover, Torn Everett, Jim Lyneis, Bill Green, Tom Draper, Craig Newton,
Buzz Downey, Paul McGuire. 2nd - Wood Lotz, Jack Elliott, Jack Rucinski, Steve Mason,
Chuck Brooks, John Nelson, Ken Janke, Grant Burnham. Standing - Managers Gary Burton,
Morrey Weinner. In the water- Co-captains Dave Seed, Bill Kennedy. Water shy - Mike
Falk, Bruce Falk, Barry Weiss, Dave Beier, Jerry Mason.
"Look out below! '
Splash! Derby's swim team swan to an-
other undefeated season. Through the efforts
of Coach Carbonero the team repeated last
year 's excellent performance. With this
record, Derby has all the right to be proud
of its spirit-filled team.
Take Your Mark - Go
"Oh well, another race, "Get that breath, Tom!
Derby Barnum forfeit
Derby 48 Thruston 30
Derby 54 Groves 32
Derby 58 Kimball 31
Derby 55 Dondero 24
Derby 64 Hazel Park 23
Derby 63 Barnum 24
Derby 50 Groves 37
Derby 55 Kimball 26
Derby 51 Dondero 36
Derby 53 Hazel Park 24
All City Meet Derby
Coach Carbonero gives
lst, row, left to right-Judy Leach, Marilyn Henry, Sue Harrington, Sue Melcher, Mary Ann Heym, Leslie
Baird, Liz Holmes, Chris Christen, Sara Scott, Carol Randolph, Sandy Clemens. 2nd, row-Roberta Gibson,
Kris Bohan, Sue Bauer, Lynne Allman, Sue Lyman, Lucy Jones, Josie Campbell, Cindy Calderwood, Colleen
Kelly, Janice Savage, Sue Banes, Margaret Fraser, Mary Spinning, Donna Christman. 3rd, row-Betsy Bren-
ton, Martha Hamilton, Diane Sedgewick, Mary Marks, Carol Dickenshied, Sandy Christman, Pat Scott,
Nancy Davis, Betsy McMullen, Candy Dykstra, Debby Bergstrom, Katie Trumbull, Barb Barnum.
Hard work . . . early morning practices
. . bunnies . . . Sadie Hawkins Day . . .
Holidays, theme of the "63" Water Ballet
Show, really kept members and Miss Jeanne
busy thinking up new things to do in the acts
The Uy-outs for the new 8th and 9th grade
members were held in November, and from
then on all extra time was spent working out
new routines. After the show was over, every-
one agreed that the performance was worth
the hours of rehearsal.
"Sandy . . . a pause that refreshes!"
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ously at water Ballet.
fBe1owl A fury of foam and fun.
Right: Tom Lourie, Ken
Janke and Mike Falk get
set for the gun. Below: Mr.
Hoeh shows the correct
way to receive the baton.
"Gee, this things heavier than I thought
it would be."
Due to the fine coaching of Mr. James Hoeh, the 1962 track
team enjoyed a highly successful season, losing only to power-
ful Groves by a few points in dual competition. Not particularly
fast, the boys compensated for this by sheer determination, hard
work, and team spirit. The outstanding performers on the squad
were: John Kingscott who, through his tremendous versatility,
gained points in nearly every eventg Rick Snyder who broke the
shot put record and doubled as a dash many Howard Dubin, a fine
sprinterg and Ken Evangelista who shattered the pole vault mark .
Others who contributed heavily towards making this squad possibly
the best balanced in Derby 's history were: Carl Evangelista and
Jeff Woodward ir1 the hurdlesg Dave Nelson, Dick Swaney, Bill
McQuiston, Larry McKay and Bruce Howard in the dashesg and
Bob Spinning and Dick Rozek in the field events.
"F1ght, Team, Fight!"
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These were but a few of the
spirited cheers led by Derby cheer-
leaders. Working ardently to pro-
mote team and school spirit, their
enthusiasm and support contributed
greatly to Derby athletic successes.
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as a as he--aijf i Tbclachers Find Time
Mr. Ned Spencer, history, Mr.
William DeQuis, counselor, and Mr.
Thomas Murray, history, found less
strenuous ways to relax.
Above are the 9th- Faculty Baseball Champs: Mr. Gary Kulkis, sci-
ence, Mr. Roger Kramer, music, Mr. Walter Rogowski, block, Mr.
Charles Maynard, shop, Mr. James Hoeh, mathematics, Mr. Keneth
Kasrnarek, science, Mr. William Schmidt, mathematics, Mr. Thomas
Faylor, block, and Mr. Bud Keller, attendance.
Mr. Roland Douma, English, Mr. Earl Knowles, French, Mr. Ned Spencer, history, and Mr
Walter Rogowski, block, cau't believe it as Mr. Don Cameron, block, attempts to sink a
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Mr Gibson and the Oakland County Sheriff's Department put on a display of artificial
respiratlon in the physical education classes.
American History . . . notes . . . deten-
tion . . . quizzes . . .
The eighth grade often proves to be the
most difficult, as one has neither the privi-
lege of being the youngest nor the oldest in
the school. But the pleasant anticipation of
ninth grade makes school enjoyable and re-
suits in a successful year.
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Left to right, Front row: C. Hill, N. Heavenrich,
B. Wienner, B. Adams, G. Sharp, B. Clark, J. Henkel,
S. Allen, H. Alfs, K. Kemp, S. Orlando. Second
row: M. Steere, M. Frey, B. Burda, R. Moore,
A. Orlando, S. Snapp, E. Loizon, C. McPherson,
B. Bethel, D. Stickel, D. Sedgwick. Third row:
B. Sink, B. Johnson, D. Wassell, A. Holcomb,
D. Comb, B. Smith, T. Fritz, R. Slater, J. Timmins,
E. Drake, J. Griffin.
Left to right, Front row: B. Zlorek, B. Chute,
B. Follis, G. Rarnbie, D. Volkman, P. Flynn, R. Heal,
K. Kasco, J. Brock, C. Ostby. Second row: P. Flem-
ming, N. Vallee, M. Brown, L. Knowles, W. Gifford,
C. Rondeau, T. Zaffina, E. Maciorowski, R. Mane-
gold, I. Phister. Third row: I. Hall, M. Howe,
D. Pardonnet, R. Copeland, N. Searles, C. Jolly,
C. Wynkoop, C. Twinning, I. Smith, S. Keller, J. Pet-
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Left to right, Front row: G. Francis, I. Montgomery,
J. MacDouga11, C. Peringian, B. Stuart, K. Weiss,
J. Shannon, K. Riching, M. Bracco, P. Robinson,
M. Summers. Second row: D. Wolfe, C. McKendry,
I. Iickling, T. Gerrnanson, S. Gurley, R. Maher,
M. Wojciechowski, V. Smith, I. Dankovich, J. Lu-
cas, B. Haglestein. Third row: D. Brooks, H. Orr,
J. Linkemann, G. Rich, L. Deck, J. Jacques, C. Rozek,
D. Slater, F. McLaren, V. Brunke, C. Fabyan, V. Ross
Left to right, Front row: S. Nesbitt, B. Dewar,
B. Roberts, T. Blodgett, G. Haffey, M. Shyrock,
K. Ford, M. Wheeler, T. Arminski, B. Smith, J. La-
Bell. Second row: M. Honnold, D. Chandler,
M. McLiVeen, F. Dye, A. Sampson, S. McLean,
D. Williams, T. Williams, J. Weinder, D. Ford,
J. Morgan. Third row: J. Bender, C. DuBois, C, Rug-
gles, S. Brown, J. Tipton, M. Doenges, D. Ward,
N. Marzella, S. Easlick, M. Gingras, C. Dalberg.
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Left to right, Front row: C. Sparks, S. Fritzsching,
T. Oppenheirn, T. Turner, S. Klinger, B. Ormerod,
N. Burge, S. Page, B. Cratch, S. Loring, B. Metzler.
Second row: D. Bryan, T. Bauldry, L. Birchard,
L. DuComb, L. Glime, L. McKay, J. LaLonde, T. La-
Macchio, M. Miller, M. Henderson, L. Reinhardt.
Third row: J. Filkins, J. Filkins, L. Maedel, S. Free,
J. Wallace, S. Byrnes, S. Rumsey, J. Savage,
C. Kelley, N. Davis.
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Left to right, Front row: J. Chin, L. Farlow,
I. Krigger, B. I-Iollyer, G. Benemelis, J. Keil,
D. O'Connor, C. Esslinger. Second row: M. Kruchko,
M. Greene, D. Wisby, P. Witkosky, J. Fitzgerald,
G. Mealy, C. Osborn, J. Kleene,
row: B. McGowen, M. Oates, D.
J. Putz, D. Murdock, P. Scott, B.
Fourth row: R. Lanyi, D. Bishop,
der, C. Beneker, J. Simmons, C.
kie, D. Leach.
R. Mudge. Third
Frank, C. Miller,
Alpert, J. Farr.
M. Danto, R. Sny-
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Left to right, Front row: M. Dillon, P. Draper,
J. Lennox, N. Foote, M. Steinburg, S. Kilbury,
B. Kingscott, B. Hebblewhite, L. Atwell. Second
row: J. Schreffler, C. Telek, R. May D. Isherwood,
L. Hascall, P. Filkens, D. Gafill, T. Dahuman.
Third row: B. Bogue, P. Wallace, I. Taylor, P. Roe-
hring, J. Archer, A. Thun, B. Blazo, D. Severs.
Left to right, Front row: N. Allbright, F. Sims,
B. Redo, L. Cartwright, M. Brooks, T. Pardee, L. Lan
dig, R. Merryman, B. Holdsworth, L. Jones. Second
row: T. Gardner, L. Ielinek, I. Kreissl, D. Dow,
J. Biske, J. Taylor, K. Vannette, J. Deo, B. Kushler,
P. Boyles, R. Styles, D. Jacobson. Third row:
S. Robertson, S. Slone, S. Bauer, S. Burton, M. Stil-
son, M. Greenhalgh, B. DeVaney, T. Eckman,
C. Anderson, C. Carlson, G. Oxford.
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Left to right, Front row: K. Zehnder, J. Dodds,
C. Loud, I. Pletcher, D. Spalding, D. Pickett, L. Pur-
dy, T. Redd, L. Perry, B. Griffith, B. Beresh. Second
row: B. Jackson, M. Spinning, B. Ferchland, A. Ley-
land, J. Jahncke, L. Brisebois, J. Martin, M. Switzer,
B. Adarns, D. Currie, M. Woods. Third row: C. Poor,
J. Stark, B. Staples, K. Griffith, J. Spencer, R. Mich-
ael, D. Fisher, M. Loeniskar, C. Theobold, D. James,
S. Sherwood. J. Patterson.
Left to right, Front row: M. Henderson, P. N. Drew,
S. Sterling, R. Dobson, C. Carter, P. S. Drew,
J. Gosling, D. Turf, C. Sutton, J. Thomas, D. Martz.
Second row: W. Daniels, C. Watt, H. Perkins,
T. Barkulis, T. Freed, J. Holb, J. Taylor, J. Richard-
son, L. Webber, A. Kale, B. Vinning, A. Isham.
Third row: R. Bain, R. Smith, S. Witbeck, B. Hill,
S. Lyman, C. Moore, D. Stein, R. Seltz, B. Robert-
son, B. Darling. Not pictured-T. Miskell, C. Phelps.
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Left to right, Front row: V. Scilla, S. Randall, M. Miller, S. Burrows, C. Booth, B. Fox, S. Riley,
R. Reynolds, R. Bailey, C. Metcalfe, G. Polk. Second row: D. Christman, C. Mattson, C. Bach,
L. Cunningham, J. Johnson, K. Kieppe, M. Bradley, T. Robbins, B. Gibbs, B. Robertson, A. Redo.
Third row: B. Askew, D. Crosby, R. Hall, J. McKinnie, S. Wedge, K. Patterson, V. Sullivan,
C. Bull, N. Royal, N. Dunsford, P. Loock. I. Johnson.
G. Alexander, K. Anderson, B. Blaisdell, R. Boger, M. Branaka, K. Broderick, B. Evans, S. Evseef,
W. Gilray, S. Hansen, C. Hill, M. Holzarth, S. Honkanen, S. Husband, D. Kennedy, B. McMullen,
T. Noonan, R. Nuffer, R. O'Neil, J. Riley, G. Riordan, H. Robison, P. Scott, R. Sibley, N. Simpson,
P. Smith, J. Spaulding. J. Staff, R. Topous, S. Traver, I. Trew, K. VanThielen, M. Walker,
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Skiing, a favorite activity at Derby.
Splash parties . . . bake sales . . .
dances.. . . skiing . . .
The many activities included in Derby's
busy schedule help add variety and fun to
school life. There are clubs available to suit
any of the students' varied interests.
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The Student Council at work
Voted By The People
The Derby StudentrCouncil has accom-
plished rnuch for the school and the people
of the area this year, such as distributing
Christmas baskets for the unfortunate fami-
lies of Oakland County and collecting used
but wearable clothing for needy children and
adults. Under Mr. Harry Keller 's supervision,
the officers, Dave Beier, president, Nancy
Yaryan, vice president, Art Kale, secretary,
and Fred Trickey, treasurer, have worked
hard to stimulate school spirit and advance
the reputation of Derby
Dave Beier, president, ponders a problem of
the Student Council. '
Ba- average . . . 2+ in citizenship . .
active in school events . . .
These and many more are the qualities
members of the National Junior Honor Society
must possess. Miss Carolyn Switzer of the art
department and Mrs. Jean Pierce of the lan-
guage department direct the students in
activities designed to better the school. The
members did not work all the time, however,
they took time out to enjoy a hockey game
and a dinner at Devon Gables.
For The People
Planning a project? Mrs. Pierce and presi-
dent, Tom Redder conduct an after school
meeting. Other officers are, Jane Diedrich,
vice president, Didi Bowditch, secretary,
and John Brown, historian.
The Ninth Grade Mixed Choir
" Do Re Mi " Derbyites
"Prisoners of Love," Ann Nixon and Pete Wallace
talking with Miss Jan Sherman of the Music Depart-
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This year Derby School had eight performing
vocal groups. Directed by Miss Sherman, Mrs. Fitz-
gerald, and Mr. Courter, there were two seventh
grade mixed glee clubs and one seventh grade girls'
glee club. In the eighth grade there were two mix-
ed choruses and one girls' chorus. And as always, in
the ninth grade there was a mixed choir and a girls'
choir. These groups were seen participating in the
Christmas program, Spring Concert and the All City
Festival. The two selective groups, the ninth grade
mixed and girls' choirs were also in the Special
Vocal Festival and the National Junior Honor Society
The choirs worked hard at various projects to
earn money for robes. How proud they were at the
end of the year when both choirs were seen fully
robed in blue and gold!
Love to Sing
The Ninth Grade Girls Choir
Look again, it's not the students!
Variety Show Highlights the Gay Nineties
April 5, 1963, a variety of talent was
displayed at Derby's Variety Show. Keep-
ing with the theme of the Gay 90's, acts
such as "Can1Can", "Please Don't Talk to
the Lifeguard, " "l Won't Grow Up", "Quiet
Village," entertained students and their
The show was made possible through
efforts of Mrs. Sanderson, Miss Switzer, the
Audio Visual Club, the Dramatics Club, and
the interested students who performed.
Director Mrs. Norma Sanderson and M. C.
Dave Seed impatiently await the click of
Marti and Tudi listen carefully to the director 's advice.
Maybe with a few changes . . .
Big bad Bill flexes his muscles for three attentive bathing beauties.
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Directed by Mr. Don Kramer, Bands I and
Il learned many new techniques that helped
add to their prowess. Their uniforms, bright
red blazers and grey skirts and slacks, were
financed by their numerous bake sales.
The excellent playing of Band I was wit-
nessed at the Christmas and Spring concerts.
Band II worked hard improving their skills in
Which one hit the wrong note?
Strike Up The Band!
The members of Band I are: L. Brian, I. Briegel, B. Emmett, B. Goodwin, B. Kreger, R. Kreger, T. Lourie,
D. Mazur, C. Miller, C. Newton, R. Palmer, R. Ravon, D. Seed, D. Simpson, C. Swanson, D. Tanner,
S. Wade, B. Whitney, B. Wortley, R. Whitall, J. Arnorosi, D. Bowditch, M. Close, M. Henry, M. Heyrn,
P. Hollyer, L. Patrick, G. Passavant, I. Neely, C. Wakeland, T. Bauldry, G. Benemelis, S. Bens, R. Boger,
B. Brooker, A. Carter, E. Drake, P. N. Drew, P. S. Drew, R. Erickson, D. Fisher, I. Fitzgerald, R. Fox,
G. Frances, J. Griffin, B. Hagelstein, B. Hebblewhite, I. Kleene, D. Leach, P. Looch, R. Metzler, R. Nuffer,
C. Peringian, C. Poor, S. Randall, G. Riordan, I. Saut, P. Spalding, R. Smith, J. Taylor, M. Walker, K. Wil-
son, B. Blazo,T. Germanson, A. Isham, J. Pletcher, G. Rambie.
order to be ready to play in Band I next year.
Derby's Orchestra practiced together
every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the
year improving their skills. Mr. Max Ambs
directed the orchestra in the Christmas and
Spring concerts and at the District Festival
on March 16. These performances and the
many challenges which took place between
the members made this year 's orchestra
experience most enjoyable.
"Now class do you think that's how Tchaikovsky meant it to
sound?'1asks Mr. Ambs.
And Grchestra !
The members of the Orchestra are: J. Amorosi, B. Bowditch, M. Close, S. Diggins, S. Harrington, P. Hollyer,
M. Hurd, K. Jones, G. Passavant, A. Shinnick, J. Briegel, B. Emmett, B. Goodwin, T. Lourie, M. McGaw, D. Mazur
C. Miller, R. Palmer, C. Swanson, B. Whitney, P. Boyles, M. Greene, V. Brunke, N. Dunsford, S. Gurley, F. Mc-
Laren, C. Moore, A. Sampson, J. Thomas, G. Benemelis, J. Ellerby, I. Kleene, P. Charles, R. Smith.
Mr. Edward Koury of the history department
hopes it will be a strike.
Crash! Another strike for a
member of the bowling club.
Sponsored by Miss Jeanne, this
club had two sessions, each
ten weeks in length, with
eighteen teams participating
in a session. There were a-
wards for the winning girls'
team and boys' team. Also,
there was a teacher-student
tournament at the end of each
Bowling Club Goal
"KEEP Tl-IE KIDS OFF Tl-IE STREET: PUT 'EM IN THE ALLEYS
lst place winners Mr B111 Schmidt and Penny
"No, Mr. Ford, not first prize! " says Francis Jeanne Hamill are giving advice to 2nd place winner
of the Phys. Ed. department.
Mr. Joseph Edwards of the English department
They're Here When We Need Them
These boys, instructed by Mr. Wm. Schmidt, performed a valuable service
by running projectors, tape recorders and other equipment when needed.
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Many Radio Club enthusiasts earned their amateur licenses or worked closer
to achieving them. In addition, with Mr. Hans Jens 's and Mr. Larry Rodgers 's
help, they studied theory and learned the Morse Code.
Knee deep sleeping bags and paraphernalia made
rafter travel seem easier for Derby trarnpers.
Scheming or posing? There 's a lot of both done
on Camp and Trip outings.
Merrily We Trip Along
"You say Miss Jeanne saw ya sneaking out the
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and we can go on our ski trip! " a
familiar cry uttered by Carol Clark,
president of the '63 Camp and Trip
Under Miss Jeanne's excellent
supervision, this group of thirty-
five also ventured on a canoe trip,
a camping trip, and a theatre trip.
Elephant or Donkey?
The Political Science Club was started in Dec-
ember with a "troika" leadership composed of Mr.
Walt Rogowski, Mr. Don Cameron and Jeff Hadden.
Larry Deck was the assistant troika member and Bob
Dewar was secretary. The club, which meets three
Thursdays a month, has held discussions on such
things as capital punishment and the Common Mar-
They handle everything!
Mrs. Procter, Miss Blow and Mrs.
Schwarze really keep the school running
smoothly. Aided by the assistants, who
give up their study hall to help, they
keep the office a picture of efficiency,
The secretaries work hard, often working
late to run off a test for a teacher or
make sure that all of Mr. Ford 's letters
are ready to mail. It would certainly be
hard to run the school without this hard
working trio and their helpers.
Workmg, Ever Working
The secretaries Girl Fridays Kathy Schwab Donna Hale, lo Neely, Kathy
Eichinger Sandy Olin Maggie Burton Sue Morton and Carol Carlson.
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The cafe workers always look this tired after serving pizza.
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Novels . . . Biog-
raphies . . . Magazines . . .
Literature of all kinds
was to be found in Derby's
library. Miss Oliver and her
twenty-eight helpers, who
work in their free periods,
really kept the library run-
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This project won an honorable mention in the Science Fair
and a first in the Industrial Arts Fair.
Mr. Voydanoff tries to translate the hieroglyphics in a project
"Next Friday! I Oh, no! I thought they were due
a week from next Friday! "
"My experiment didn't work-I had to write it up
as a failure." '
These were among the many comments heard
from the first until the 14th of March, the date of the
Science Fair. Many excellent projects were handed
in on every topic under the sun.
Prize winners from the Biology classes were: first
place. Joyce Beare, second place, Didi Bowditch, and
third place, Phyllis Hollyer. In the ninth grade the
prize winners were: first place, Kathy O'Brien, second
place, Tom Root, and third place, Cheryl Norton. The
eighth grade winners were: first place, Tom Beck,
second, Brad Bogue, third, Bob Kushler, and the
seventh: first, Tanya Braikowski, second, Tim French,
and third, Jim Barron.
In addition, many honorable mentions were award-
ed. Most of these winners also competed in the Regio
al Science Fair held at Derby.
Rockhounds All! QYWN
The geology club members and
their advisers, Mrs. Margaret Deck-
er and Mr. Ken Kasmerak, took
time out to pose for the yearbook.
Rockhounds all! Derby 's newly formed
Geology Club always had some project
going to find out more about their field
They visited Cranbrook Institute of
Science to see the minerals and took a
field trip to a quarry. In addition, Mr.
Lake of Lake's Jewelers brought 310,000
worth of precious gems to a meeting.
The Geology Club witnessed two dif-
ferent exhibits on gem polishing and
Mrs. McDonald brought in her extensive
gem collection. Roe Heal and Barry
Smith brought in their lapidary equip-
ment and demonstrated gem polishing.
Teachers Find Time
Pictured on this page are some of Derby 's teachers
working at after school activities. fBelowJ Mrs. Liz
Becktold, Art, and Miss Phyllis Walters, Math Dept.,
keep busy correcting papers. fCounter-clockwisej
Miss Jean Patmas, Science Dept., stays after school
for outside reading. Mrs. Sally Youngs, Science Dept..
smiles approvingly on correcting an "A" test. Mr.
Bill Schmidt, Math Dept., makes corrections on a math
test. Mrs. Florence Foster, English Dept., reads papers
for the Detroit News Scholastic Writing Contest. Mrs.
Nancy Kauth, Math Dept., explains a difficult problem
S to a perplexed student.
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I Could Have Danced All Night
The "Kings and Queens of Hearts'
dance, held by the 9th Grade Mixed
Choir for the 8th and 9th grades, was
one of the outstanding dances of the
year. Couples carried out the dress-
alike theme by wearing quite a var-
iety of outfits. They ranged from
matching sweaters and shirts worn by
most, and a "Prisoner of Love" cos-
tume to several suspender outfits.
Dateline Editor and
Editor-in-Chief, , ,
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Fashion Editor ,,,,
Club Editor ,,,,,
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Business manager. .
John Nelson '
The Publications Class assembles Derby Dateline.
Mary Ann Finneren
The Dateline Staff
Articles for the
Dateline had to be
written, checked and
rewritten before they
could go to presses.
Once printed the paper
J had to be assembled
and stapled. The
Publications Class put
forth every effort to
make the Derby Date-
Derby Publications class learn techniques of Seaholm paper and year-
book on a field trip.
"Here comes Mr. Fay-
lor with the pictures. Now,
we can lay out our pages!
Rushing, rushing we are
always rushing to meet
deadlines in the 'lth hour
Thanks are certainly in
order to Miss Margaret
Carter and Miss Patricia
Kenneally for their hard
work and nudges they gave
us when we were stuck. We
are also grateful to Mr.
Blackford for his advice on
the art work.
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Each Thursday this winter, half of the eighty mem-
bers of Derby's Ski Club donned ski clothes and waited
impatiently for the bus to take them to Mount Holly.
There they skied all afternoon and evening under the
supervision of Miss Carolyn Mirek and Mr. Tom Fay-
lor. Although this was a new club in '63, Derby's Ski
Club was thoroughly enjoyed by all of its many mem-
Mrs, Sally Thorpe, of the Home Ec. Dept.,
really enjoys her skiing.
The Ski Club
Out for an afternoon of
skiing are Mrs. Carol David-
son, and Mr. Faylor, of the
English Dept., and Miss
Mirek, of the Math Dept.
Artists Are Active
Projects . . . pins . . . friends . . . fun . .
field trips . . .
This past year the Art Club has been
active! They did everything from working
with clay to viewing the Van Gogh. Show. The
members show their skill, ability, interest, and
imagination by working on projects of their
own choosing. Each project is a stepping stone
to their goal, the Art Club Pin.
Miss Caroline Switzer Mrs Elizabeth Becktold and Mr James Blackford look over samples of
Dress -alikes gather at the Valentine Dance.
Algebra . . . Dickens . . . boys . . .
girls . . . Senority!
, Ninth grade is a year of contradictions.
There is the fun of being the oldest, How-
ever, the responsibility of meeting the
requirements for an advanced education is a
new, baffling, and exciting situation which
confronts the ninth grader.
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Mr. Jim Kochevar
carefully inspect a
student's project in
their shop department
Thanks Where It's Due
During 1962 and 1963 the following people have
given freely of their time and effort:
Ninth Grade and Faculty
Eighth Grade Layout
Seventh Grade Layout
Mr. Thomas Faylor
Miss Margaret Carter
Miss Patricia Kenneally
I would like to thank each and
everyone who has helped put the
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