Derby Middle School - Cycle Yearbook (Birmingham, MI)

 - Class of 1965

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FACULTY ............ .4 SEVENTH GRADE ............. 9 ACTIVITIES ....... ...... 1 9 EIGHTH GRADE ...... 35 ATHLETICS ....... 43 NINTH GRADE ................ 59 ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ....... 77 INDEX ....... ....... 7 8 page 3 'YT TSN- ,9- Preparation for the years One of the major goals of Derby Junior High is to aid the adolescent to utilize his education in becoming a more mature and well-adjusted individual. The academic skills he gains can be applied not only to future subject matter but to his way of life. Both classroom and social activi- ties have been adesigned to impart to the adolescenta certain amount of poise and self assurance which will be invaluable in his dealings with people. To keep pace with the constantly changing world and student needs, Derby is on MR. FORD Principal ' 2 the alert for new educational methods and techniques that will benefit the student and the community. Mr. Ford, principal, Cleftl, Bc counselor Miss Martin pose with past PTA president Mr. Clark ' and Mr. Schmidt Crightl president for 1964-65. Mr. Keller Csecond from tightl discusses the testing program with parents. MR. ELYA Assistant Principal R .v fx p age. 4 MR. KELLER Assistant to the Principal O ahead is a goal at Derby MISS AMUNDSON English Social Studies MRS. I X , I , 6 - li' MRS. ANDERSON Home Economics f jig V X X ,. .V , .i ff . R .W , 1 ', 'FP f - s l l N MR. EDWARDS English Social Studies Kathy Sena makes good use of the graph in the mathematics rooms. MR. JOLLY lnd. Arts MR. JUCHNO Mathematics 3 MISS B ON OMO Spanish French 1 A ',..r :-- --1 ' I I V l MR. CARBONERO Physical Ed. MRS. DAVIDSON English Social Studies MRS. DECKER Science MR. FAYLOR MR. FORD MRS. FOSTER MR. GIBSON Counselor Science English Physical Ed. U 4 "Q '14, 3.53 lvill i "QQ, 713 rl ' Q :F - HM I 9" I I MISS ISOTALO MISS JEANNE MR. JENS English Physical Ed. Counselor Social Studies Mark Christopher was one of many students intrigued by the Spanish display of Miss Nuvarfo, guest of the foreign language department. page 5 Dave Mazur holds a first-place trophy for his space-craft design fwhitel in Mr. Jolly's class, as Karl Barton, Chuck Metzker and and james Coran display their winners. MR. MCMILLAN MISS MILFORD Art L Mathematics ling ' "r i, I 1 f. Every facet of 'school life aids MISS KARAHUTA English MR. KARSEBOOM French 1 MRS. KARSE B OOM Mat he mat ic s l MR. KASMAREK Science l V 1 ' I -as I ' Q4 f A- "1 .ef MRS. KAUTH MISS KENNEALLY MR. KNOWLES MR. KOCHEVAR Mathematics Counselor French Ind. Arts A Eng.-Publications ' . MR. KRAMER Band ' MISS MARTIN 1 -A Counselor Wonder who Mark A Lennox had in mind I MISSlMcKAY when he "sculpted" ' V English -n. ,3 MR. MURRAY History fa V . ' .IA .. sd' Social Studies MR . NICHOLS Mathematics f- R -.J ' .if in Q. MRS. PIERCE MR. PIERNO MRS. POSTULA MR. ROGERS Latin Ind. Arts English Mathematics Spanish Nh 4,5 1 All students in developing their abilities 42 J ' Hu 1 S-11 AI i A. J J 1 V Ty Q V MR. ROGOWSKI History MISS SHERMAN Vocal Music his masterpiece in arc class? 3' i MRS. SAMANEN MRS. SANDERSON MR. SCHMIDT English English Mathematics Speech A 3 x i ji .All , x. A ' 'Aj I W lar, 'a -v MR. SPENCER A History MRS. THORP Home Economics V 1' ' ' S ,y ,fpyzy 1' 1. , :!! 5 gQ!k ,'-lk , ,fy 'Q is MISS WATT English Publications "il Mlilsfgr RK, 1 MR. STORY HomeE noiifbj Mathematics '7'l'Zfl'J' . L Sadie Cody examines a display on a science field trip to Cranbrook. Miss SWITZER iggf- i .Ill A L Art f .,.- '54-.gf r, it , , ' ffm MRS. TAFT i English ' I Qi.. Ui' W Social Studies 1 1 MR. THOMAS i English Social Studies MISS VINSON MR. VOYDANOFF MRS. WAKELAND Spanish Science Home Economics 4 ...... I o 'f Q MRS. WEBB HITE MR. WILLIAMS English ce Ind. Arts 13. u 3 3' . -Q5 ' J ,- -4. , page 8 mgam I I IQ' . F. , . Niki' Q l If f f EMF! .M f 9 ifwigggmzylzz. SEVE TH page 9 Seventh graders enter a new world. at Derby Adler, Wendy Ailes, Cathy Alis, Bill Allen, Frank Allshouse, Boll Anderson, Mary Aron, joe Askew, Lloyd Averill, Susan Bacon, ,Jim Baird, Barb Baker, jane Barbosa, Nancy Barnes, Martha Barton, Greg Baumann, ,lull llell, Paula Benedict, Steve Benckcr, Nick lienernelis, Alan Beninson, Maureen Benton, Dan Bethel, Steve Betteridge, Mike Billings, Kathy Bissctt, Suzanne Blazo, Bob Boger, janet Boyd, David Boynton, Sue Brain, janet Branukn, Lynn Bratton, john Brauhurger, Bonnie Brigalin, Mark Brocgma, jack llrown, Miki? Bunzcy, jurly Cahill, Kevin Cane, Kathy Carey, Monica Carless, Toni Carter, Cindy Chambers, Alan Chatham, Sue Chcnol, jim Chew, Paul Christiuna,tatliy Christner, Marcy Clark, Debbie Clorek, Paul Cocklen, Chris Collins, Pat Connellcy, Pat page 10 riff r r ' if ,rg - r ' fi' ws- ll ' lf T 1' 'Q 'I i 4 , V 'V 4, ,L 1 -.- r I V A .- ':- X ' ' Y Q ' ' ' ' K . ,E-W' - N. 'fit S - f . 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" 3' We t -f .' . ,L-, ' . 415' 2 vs. Li. mi, . t - r--e 1 A .. wrffui' - Many incidents outside class are part of Derby life Conla, Holm liuok, I'.um Coram, jim Coulter, Run Cinumge, jny Coucll, Kathy Cnx, David Crntrh, julie Critcs, Alun Crosby, Knliv Curriv, Ali!-on Currie, Nnncy Damhrns, Cinrul Dnnkv, Lynne Dnnkuvir. jay Davis, Mc-lance Dunn, jim Ilcnyczs, l..xur:x lloxu.-r, jill Dibner, Iinhin Dickcnshicd, Mari: Dicdrich, mn Diver, jim Dubois, llrucc Dulmiu, janv! Dudns, john Dye, Dchhic liaincra. Duvc ltnstwuml, Mark linvensun, Scott Iilnzrr, Ann lickrlin, jenn Iiclgv, judy liis, jonny lirlwcrn, jim Eldh, Chris Elliott, Dave livnns, Rod Iivcru, jim Fahr, Mclnnie Farrell, Clauinn Fnwccll, Shirley Fclmn, Huh Fnllnr, Louise Figgen, jenny lr ishhurn, Dan Fisher, llnrb Fisher, joannc Fitzgcrnld, Kzilhy Foster, liula Fox, Mike Frederick, Paul Freeman, Cliuric Gngc, Gail N l e l i I F 3' mi A x, j ', L , We 5: N' X - z-V: , D 5' ' Q ' , ' X ' xiii' - ' bi ' I, . . 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E an ii H 31 f X 1 12 F gf 1 ri w ,HEI if -N i' : l , i AJ I W page 11 pdge 12 v Gard, Mary Ellen Gaskill, Barb Gellathy, loan Glciscr, Eric Golzc, Nancy Gunyea, Denise Gordon, Andy Gorga, Bob Gust, Dinne Griffith, Denny Griminski, Par Gramer, Phil Gruschow, Nancy I-lager, Jim Hagelstcin, Rick Hagerman, Doug Hague, Vicki Hameick, Chris Hnmmcr, Marge llaudley, Kaye Harding, Culleen Hnrgraves, Todd Harrrick, Jack Hayes, Scot: llnywnrd, Karen llcil, Bob Heinzmnn, Pam llenclerson , Liz lligginbu, Richard Hodgson, jane l'loenlc, Tum Holland, Chris Holliday, Don llollz, Carol llollycr, Nancy Hunnuld, janet Hopkinson, Tim lluhlmrd, Cathy llull, 'rim Hutchins, Sue lluland, Dennis Ike, lloh Irish, janet jiaernickc, Sue jngnon, Pam james, Marrhn jones, Lynn jeorjinn, Tina johnson, Iiric jones, jim Knlil, Sue Keller, jeff Kennedy, julie Kiley, Denise Seventh graders find class f'4 .' " vs ' 1 , x 4 i 1' J., I 14: 'yi ' ' lhxpl! - may l Y.. -' U Al , iv A l yy Q wifi :EN , - r, " , 1 i R i'i.+K!-4.i1o'l?i1f'u 1 - , w r ' . ll l l . v , Vi' , -s 4- I 'Q , . sd ' 3 . -ff in ' 2-af ii l I ,. . . I i. ! 1 ? .x , ,F , , V .41 "' F 'flu' , ,-M :ei L. ' "' 'P 13' ' r V.-ef 'N ..' f ,l ,I "Q A , ...., 1 Li! f V , W - L., l ' J. j R-1' TH A, Q-1 " ' -ll x, Todd Hargraves Cleftl, jim jones and Eric johnson take advan- ti :age of some free reading time in the library. -H. 4 l 'xxx fi.-L J - X- , uf , ..1viT'-- 45' X - , ' N "' l . x 'xi' 1- 5 I Y: ' 1 14 if. 1 i rn r nn rr r r lfef ,f I g 1 2 i if-' ' i " . . v- - el ' 'M A L "J 4 4. .cr . -A - 'A 1,.,fw if l in if L., Q 'N ' Y F, ' st "' i ' .- ,iv is i fl . 1 1 L fl., . ' 'f 31 F? ' ' 'iw:fear-uf.QQ3211ESl li NW X .N xv , ' 3,1 If ' - .if ' 401 vi Q' j 1 G - -12, ij:-if :Q V ,. ' H 3. - - Qi in i'?gl:M . 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AA ' - '1 'sz' " -'J ,a ' ' - ,UE L :fn 1, , .N .4 i 1 lc - '- ' Y S- ,fl . , t 6 . ii f .L i ' 4. f ff - . ' - - E' , 1 " 'hi 'EP' ' 'k ' ., , , 4' 7 , , ' , A '-Qs .my -3,4 l w , ,F eta: :if ', I H r. ' , '- fill., ,i i -r w -, , Q , K z -i ra' I i 'W' ' ' K - i X J ei-' 1- 1 '53, - f Nj 2 , V V M 1 A X. A r 1 , xt V, '--lik ' "Q H?-X' ,..a.uML.A , K Killeen, julie Kitts, Barb Knowles, Kathy Kceller, Cynthia Kueler, jim Komer, Kim Kondmr, Mike Kurowski, Larry Kushler, Cliff Lamont, Mary Lancaster, Cihristine Laney, Laurie Limker, Peter Linton, john Lippurcl, Sandy Lchla, Judy Long, Dave Locck, Tim Lopez, judy Loud, Marry Loucks, Tom Loupee, Ricky Lyles, Betty MnCNabb, Rebecca Munzie, Mary Mnrs h, Sh erilyn Maxwell, Colleen McCall, Tracy McGraw, Murcia McLeod, David Mcllhers, Laurie Meine, Glenon Melclier, Woody Meyer, Kris Michael. Reg Miller, Terry Milnvich, jim Miner, Steve Miskell, june Mislin, Dnncille Mitzke, Debbi: Monzeith, Mike Moody, Arlene Mordaunr, john Murgnn , Bill Morgan jim Much, Mike Mumford, Ayliffe Murphy, Margaret Murray, Bob Murray, Ken Niurrny, Pat Nagle, Tim Nelson, Robin page 13 F Nowak, Nancy O'Bricn, Kathy Ouhlkc, Gregg Ormcrod, Pauline Oxford, Kevin Pardonnet, Dennis Perry, Reid Peters, Sue Pickerr, Mike Pierce, Cathy Pilger, Karl Pippcr, Srevc Plawinski, Bill Pohl, Rich Pous, Tina Pr-nn, Cindy Preacher, Dave Prcszel, Dennis Prior, Claudia Rambic, lim Rank, Dennis Rcucy, Nancy Rash, Mnrgarcr Redpnlh, Cheryl Reirhcl, Bonnie Renz, Elizabcrh Righlcr, Roberra Robbins, Laurie Robbins, Steve Roberts, Berh Roberrs, Dave Robinson, Andy Robinson, Tim Roddy, Lynnie Rala, john Root, Anne Room, jim Sanderson, Bruce Snnke, Mnry Saporiro, Ginn Savage, Denise S., Marilyn Schnclg, Ken Schc ppler, Sue Scholz, Rick Schroede, Sue Schroeder, Karen Shubck, Bill Scorr, Linda Scon, Ruth Scott, Sharon Searls, juimie page 14 Seventh graders swing into . RR R fi L 3 ' if R". 0 ei R 4 Xi ff R +vie w ' U S.: is if- V - A' Q 5 tr, 'YR V, . I 1 er- R-we u , 1 ' ' i -5' i J , ' " .W ,, --.b 5 X- PL' 1- - ' - o W' if ' . -f' i "M- i 4w3qe,.,4: 4 Ab. Q . 1 . i i LK 'Nl F 1' 1 i Lsmiirl "- T ' 1. A A l ,z .1252 i?.EDi..'f wi li ,R .'x ' -I A ,, Q A Z 1 3 ,. . 9 ' 4' if ' " i . ' ' , ' 4 f 3 . b , A ,A r E. . c Q, 1. 01" x 4 -1 . . 4 5-"1 N ' mt. W cg,,,,, H V 177 i ,fi X n N, R ll R R R R l " 41 f vt A , .- A -T. ' ' K , , gig, l .. R 'A . KN Zi ,, TT ' ' ' 7 X.. " U I I -. ll '3.' . ,. K. ,',' Q . . 1--YT-:LX ., J ' . 1 A R 1 R R' --. . La. . QT rlih 34 ,N -K 1: 7' I-V n J r A lb Q, ,, 1- R., ' f . N , A Q "" Seventh graders enjoy the Sleighride Swing- jf , , rbg's social activities ""- -r "ui 'Tig'-" - .j .'l' 3,I , ' , W s ' . ii i G 1 , , .- , ' ' Hg, ..' , " if 'fl l , 3, QQ W V LL 4- I 1 sh 4' If . NY' L , ,J 1 MQ ' 4 I A x,' 1 'F 4 3 ' ' Y ' l' A 7' ' of 5' -W Q ar Q s , ' .V l 1 . ' 'V ' 1' 53 f" fr , l XSL v IV, ' . . V N 1 'C' if - ', Y K J! pm X11 V, A-W 4 Y , - .- ' l l J - , 1 - ' 'N lf lla V-iffgl Q, ' vv, X 'V' l l 1 ,1 fs. 1 5 ' , . Q ' J' J ' 'V . "4 :,. 1, -' f"'i' -' '.., ' 7' , w-J lf? "TV :lf :sl rf, fi x' dill. V I ' T eaix " " , 1 . ' fl 'ff-' ' J' -if . I '-' , , ' Q: if, V if v. .sfo i A ' ' P 0, 1 , fu 1 ig if - ' MJ A is-sf' tw. 1 'jf I brxlzx Y-iq? ' N- 1 - r l 'fi ' I ' ll.'n M L ' l Y si 0 ' v jl ,f il . rhirfl ' ,Y if f 'lim 1 4 1 "gh fl. ' " ' -,'fQ,.fli4 , he 'wk ' 3' ' Iv- A -1:,TDr f'-,f"s X XPQWU' 'i ' ' "I sri Wi' ' i A . an om ompson an ar ny er marc wits at a game K T Th d B b S d h Q " 9 . of checkers as Barb Kitts looks on. Self, Dave Settle, jnnis Shelbels, Paul Shell, Dave Sicfcrman, Glunn Simpocn, Linda Skurzu, Brian Smart, Par Smclliu, Pam Smirh, Chuck Smith, Cindy Smith, Gail Smirh, jane: Snnpp, Linda Snodgrass, julie Snyder, Barium Soumn, Dan . Spaulding, joan Spencer, Gary Stcclman, K,C. Stcimcl, David Szilson, Pere Sronehousc, Bob Sunon, Sur: Swnyzc, Bill Thomas, Tina Thomson, Tum Thorp, Erik Thurston, Debbie Tipmn, Bill Tirony, Jody Tony, jack Tuukne, Karyn Toutant,,Dana Tracey, Tina Travis, Rick Trumhlc, jim Tuominer, Ken Turner, Paul Twccdie, Dave Twining, Tracey Urguhart, jim Vuu Dcrbcek, Becky Vanga, Gary Vaugn, Cris Vinton, Nancy Vivian, Pntry Voslcr, Cheryl Walker, liill Walker, llnb Wallace, Stun page 15 Seventh graders participate in many -T r , Walters, Kareyn ' , . i' L' 1 W X Y Wnlts, Don , f ..' V C 3 Ward, Don '- ' ' lg A V I Warner, Scott f V, Q Wan, Kathy 3 vt Wattlcs, Jane ' -Q , 1, , "X .1 1- r .1 , 1 J if fr- W 5 , . Q 1 r H - 5 . 1 l il I I w I Webter. Beverly r fl ' U9 UA, We-sterby, Peggy 1 H15 ' 1 Weth, Linda ,ggfzp Q Wetter, Sur: 'ig L Whitall, Sue I A .5 ' x my White, Chell A . 1 I 1 ' q f " MJ? gif' '-'?,'f ' 5' , , " ' 5 t if - -T '? '5- .,. V' , , aes, V 1 L-12? Q 1 'If W L . ,, 3' ra - ' 'X' . ' lui' . Williams, Bob l . 1 L ty Wilson, Chu k A .irijie , 'P l "i W - w ' , Q Y Wilson, Debiie 'ff-f' 'P A-, 1 , .y ? ina Wisr, Rosemary inf' ilxfll' r Ky" 1 3' Woodman, Kent , ,X S J 3 , ' A 7.1 X 1 . I Wool Y L M, f .g.,i?1e"g ' Q , 1. if - ' Sty Yun Elf' l rfrifl ' f S ' V ' 5 i ' ni . Y-xg , fx-Ll! ',.:,Q-1'f+ , gf" "Q 1-, -' ,J I' lk :.',3:,' Jr., - , Wyatt, Wendy 2 - A - ,V - Y ' Yates, Ierry - W T. --' I fa i - ' 1' I Opposite page, Top: Mr. Roger's homeroom helps earn money ' for the United Foundation Drive by holding a book sale. V The seventh grade spelling bee winners include: Seated llefr to righrlz Sherilyn Marshal, jean Eckman, Top Kleft to rightj: Bob Stonehouse, Tina Tracy, Barb Baird Cfirst placel, Lisa Geovjian, and Mary Gary Spencer, Joan Spaulding, and Scott Warner. LaMont. page 16 activities giving school spirit a boost Members of the Pep Club are: First row: fleft to right!! Debbie Nitcke, Ruth Dennis, C8J, Ann Root, Linda Simpson, and joan Spaulding. Row 2: jill Dexter, Sue Boynton, Colleen Harding, Mary Ellen Gardner, Sue Nesbitt, Kathy Hubbard, and Linda Weth. A Z,-- i - r J? i V . ii' AA ' 1 R b ' " I Cell, Cynthia 1 V 1- 5 - r f'fQQ-in Sandy - 4 I Cloria wi ,. . - .xl 'Alu , E SJ' 'Wil iv - Fnzgemld,Dan 1 f--. -+4 A- Gail,Tina A , . Nesbirr, Sue , .iiy V . . 3, sw, V" 1,125 ,. .. -- 'l i . - 1 Lffii'-'-,-..'..,.1-..1' Row 5: Sally Bain C8D, joan Gellately, Jane Maskill, Lynn Woodeson, Jenifer Fakyan, Cathy Hamilton, and Wendy Hook. Row 4: Janis Kieppe CSD, Mindy Roberts, Fran Alfs 181, Lynn Branaka, Debbie Thurstone, Janis Polk, Sue Whitall, Pam Cook, and Karen Foukat. page 17 4 N gg-rv,-"'.,.-f"""'-' Pg18 1-I ,,,4-1-91-""' 1 77' Ng. ACTIVITIES gg 1 1 1 gg 1 1 Mldmght Magic was the highlight This year has been a most prosperous one for Derby's Student Council. President Dick Trickey, Vice President Chris Lahti, Sec- retary Barb Miller and Treasurer Sara Wickizer have helped Mr. Kel- ler run' student council meetings successfully and in an organized manner. The Variety show, "Midnight Magic", was the biggest project the student council undertook in 1965. It was a great success thanks to the leadership of Miss Isotalo, Mrs. Postula, Miss Vinson plus Miss McKay and Mrs. Samanen of the dramatics club. Other projects of the student council included such projects as the Torch Drive and and Christmas baskets. The student council meetings were run by Pres. Dick Trickey, Veep Chris Lahti, Treas. Sara Wickizer, Sec. Barb Miller, with Mr. Keller as the advisor. Below, left, Roger Holtz, John Zimmer, and Paul Anderson make up a folk- singing group called the "Patriotic Pills." Nariety Show cast danced to the music of the Anvil Throwers w and the Futures. "A Hard Day's Afternoon," consisting of 9th grade gii-l's powder puff football squad contributed to this year's variety show. 1 of Jaime Twyman, Betsy May, Debbie Christy, Sue Montgomery, Kathy Sullivan, Kriss Blackwood, Betty Ann Sharrard and Kathy Wilber sang "Do-Re-Mi' to the accompaniment of Barb Miller. - Sally Allen, Sally Bain, Fran Alfs Ron Gorga, the variety show MC, portrayed a night cus- todian in Derby's basement. Ivy Arlock, and Janice'Bellaire helped their homeroom raise funds for the ' Torch Drive. Cindy Ape-seche, Peggi Fournier, Chris Lahti, Sally Simmons, Shelly String and Julie Paulus gave their all for "I Cain't Say No." - Y, ,n Phil Swanson, Dick Trickey, and Dave Gidley remove the decorations from the Christmas tree in the court. . v 5'-44' J -'14, ' 4 , R .H 5- Phil Grotner, Rob Bennet fbacl-tl, Jeff Keller and Sue Averill load their homeroom's Christmas basket for a needy family. Madrigals, Triple Trio, and both choirs 1-mf 'T ' 5-L' "mir-.l. iz '11 i:'i:ll:i5l1ii'Tt'? " .fri -tm! -"Arn 1 W-vfff.,-.. --V, 1" .- -'EVN H4 lxzfj ,L ' uf' - W w.. :I .,,,,go,m " d"'111?.E' V ,',f'j-5r,t.'L Triple Trio, left to right. Bottom row: Nancy Hoag- land, Nancy 'Nitschke, Nancy Hutcheson. Second row: Mary Simpson, Cindy Hall, Pam Evans. Third row: Tanya Brailowsky, Sara Sieland, joan Richy. Mixed choir Cleft to rightl Bottom row: -Barb Eddy, Peggy Webster, Sandy Weth, Nancy Hoagland, Brian Tannery, Bud Price, Chris Proctor, Dan Kowalski, jim Carey, John Melcher, Jonel Lennox, Lisa Hadden, Nancy Hut- cheson, Freda Kjolhede. Second row: Cyndy Hall,jan- ice Horvath, Kathy Sena, Tanya Brailowsky,.Chris Koel- ler, Claudia' Lyman, Lynda Scott, Chris Olsen, Earl Mor- Derby students have a right to be proud of their numer- ous choral groups this year. Miss Sherman's ninth grade mixed choir and Mrs. Drew's ninth grade girls' choir, the two largest groups, delighted their many fans during their Christmas Concert and Spring Concert this year. ' The Madrigals, at specially selected group, worked hard under Miss Sherman and represented Derby well. In a competition consisting of similar groups from all of Oakland County our Madrigals were rated a one, the highest grade possible. The Triple Trio, another specially selected group, under Mrs. Drew, also has done a superior job. gan, Steve Civiletto, Rod Weeks, Rick Hale, Betsy Bors- ford, Stephanie Reeck, Nancy Hein. Third row: Kris Hagstrom, Michelle Estes, Chris Lahti, Lillis Taylor, Ann Blakeslee, Jon Smith, Mike Vincent, Torn Vander- grift, Tim Ralston, Bud Craig, Tom Thygerson, Cindy Hawley, Wendy Osborne. page 22 make listening to music a pleasure I ' - 1 . r f A .,.....,... ' """ If....II II, -fa - - I I i , N 1 ' V A ' ' Y I. -.f I 'I s I .gI .I Q ni p I 'ff 'I . I I ' I e4" II j I1. Ii I . 1 V' i h 'D , 0 W i, W W I I I I f I I 'L II , -I , 4I A , i I' Q ' 'VII . A II I I I I I .I IXI5. 1 I I :I ,I , I 1 I iq l i A I' i X f , f . i i ' A i - ' ' ' 2 - , NI I, I I , J F . II I II . I I' I a X , i I iI i I r . i Q it i ' , H X l 1 , I g L - li ' I W' ' 1 A l ,F .V 1 ' Hi ' .i Q i ' B' s W 2' N L i V 1 .QI II , a . ,, 5 Irl.'I.I U ii l E l ' l i. Girls' choir, left to right, Bottom row: Cheryl Kroger, Jean Creson, Debbie Peron, Cheri Apsey, Pam Blod- gett, Lee McFarland, Ande Lotz. Second row: Jane Leinenkugel, Dee Gallagher, Linda Bush, Vicky Madrigals, left to right. Bottom row: Ernst, Mary Simpson, Sue Gaskell, Barb Martin. Third row: Phyllis Brock, Sue Kaselitz, Marcia Dirnbauer, Kris Blackwood, Sally Simmons, Sara Sieland, joan Richy. Chris Lahti, Peggy Webster, Lisa Had- den, Pat Nickoloff. Second row: Sandy McCullough, Tom Thygerson, Bud Craig, Cyndy Hawley. Third row: Paul Anderson, Chris Proctor, Tim Ralston. Page 23 Orchestra and bands add variety and 1 ,Q . it ., -- mx' . .4 Al. ' . ,il i Band I Cleft to rightl. Bottom row: Bruce jamerson, Ruth Denis, Donna Lyman, Lois Pessel, Claudia Bar- ton, Eileen Wilson, Gay Richardson, jan Fisher, Betsy Mae, Ruth Sundquist, Pam Stebbins, Peter Mackie, Lar- ry Wescott, Tom Runyan, Ken Cowin, Ed Prady. Second row: Mike Coppins, Deena Westerby, Brenda Crites, Peg- gy Thomas, Karen Richards, Cindy Austin, Kathy ,Repinski, Leigh Marriner, Ferrol Grote, John Sundquist, Brad Fahr, Jim Womack. Third row: Claudia Keyes, Mary Plowinski, Band Il Cleft to rightl. First row: Nancy Currier, julie Klein, Dave Eames, Sue Boynton, Roberta Writer, Kriss Holland, jill Dexter, Sue Kalil, Kathy Watt, Martha Barnes, Jody Aron, Mike Betterage, Kathy Fitzgerald. Row, Il: Vicki Hague, Lisa Georgian, Linda Simpson, Pat Murray, Dave Boyd, Chuck Wilson, Stan Wallace, Rob Bennet, Kathy Blessed, Graham Shinnick, Kirk Sternam, Steve Webber, Don Thomas, Mickey 'Stinsen, Bob Maddox, Bob Brauberger, jim Marlin, Dave, Waite. Fourth row: Rick O'l-Iara, Don Wilson, Mark Simpson, Rick Smith, Eric Brow, Bob Ebersole, Roger Holtz, John Zimmer, Roger jones, Walt Share, Rick Street, Steve Gabert, Alan Hein. Top row: Ken Lewison, Jerry Williams, John Hughes, Paul An- derson, Mark Sayers, Steve Dexter, Rob Reid, Bill Ray- more, Bruce Winfield, Art Dameron. Mt. Kramer. Row lll: Karen Forical, jim Root, Reid Perry, Bill Tipton, Eric Iohnsdn, Carl Pillager, Tim Ramble, jim Bacon, Bob Ike, Dave Vandergrift. Row IV: Glenn Meine, Bill Plawinski, Rick Hagelsrein, Jim Loock, A1 Crites, Dan Fishburn, Tim Nagel, Jack Hartrick. I I ll, " 'Lf' ln- We W ff page 24 excitement to Derby's musical program .-.. . t rl- Orchestra Cleft to rightl. Bottom Row: Kathy Repinski, Steve Benedict, Don Warcl, Sandi Bergman, Deena Wester- by, Roger Holtz, Paul Anderson, John Zimmer, Woody Shook, Tim Milovich. Second row: Linda Oyen, Cindy Smith, Barb Baird, Gail Gage, Colleen Maxwell, Sue Cha- tham, Denise Gonya, Karen Stephens, Ruth Denis, Janice Bellaire, Sue Janicy, jerry Williams, Al Hein, John Hughes, Under the direction of band leader, Roger E. Kramer, and orchestra conductor, Victor H. Hickman, Derby's instrumental music department is constantly busy preparing numbers for various playing engage- ments. The orchestra and advanced band present the Christmas and Spring concerts in conjunction with the vocal department. Proceeds from these fine per- formances are used for the purchase of new equip- ment and the cleaning of robes and uniforms. In ad- dition the band and orchestra take part in the annual Michigan Band and Orchestra festivals. The groups were graded according to ability and performance. Band I returned in victory after receiving a final rating of "first Division." They were then eligible for the All-State festival held in Ypsilanti, and did nearly as well there. The orchestra, however, was not as fortunate. They were given a "second divi- sion" rating which did not qualify them for the state competition. Several individuals also vied for honors in the Solo and Ensemble Festival held in early April. All grade levels of string players are repre- sented in the orchestra, while only the more adept wind musicians may apply. Band II members, all seventh graders, practice for "chairs" next year in Band I, which consists of proficient eighth and ninth grade students. Mr. Hickman. Third Row: Claudia Barton, Cindy Austin, Dineal Missliny, Eva Mehmetaj, Melinda Wilcox, Kathy Marine, Patty Kozak, Kathy,Senglav, Martha Straub, Tra- dy McCall, Pam Hienzman. Top row: Bill Truhella, Larry Wescott, Mark Arminski, Bob Ebersole, Art Dameron, Bruce Winfield, Matthew Van Hook, Bob Brauberger, jim Marlin, Dave Waite. Two of Derby's string quartets practicing for the Solo and Ensemble Festival. Above Cleft to rightlz Patty Kozak, Debby Lebeaux, Sandi Bergman, Karen Stephens. Below ffrom left? Tim Milovich, Janice Bellaire, Sandi Bergman, Steve Benedict. page 25 i Art and Dramatics Clubs combine learning with fun Rick LaDue, Jerry Wil- liams and Shirley Bell re- hearse a skit. Art Club members, from left to right include: Vicki Babbin, Alice Sibley, Gail Smith, Marcia Koze, Linda Dugan, jan Hon- nald, and Carolyn Jones. page 26 From Left, Dale Ann Winnie, Mary Danto, Bob Kushler, Petra Pan, and Linda Brisbois in one of last year's spring plays, HIDE AND SEEK. Mrs. B. W. Pollard, applies make-up to Wendy Gifford, while Reb Bailey looks on. Under the direction of advisor Mr. McMillan, members of the Art Club made many projects this year. Skills were improved and new techniques introduced. Vicki Babbin was president oi the group, assisted by Beth Carney, vice-president, Anne Hupman, secretary, and Diane York, treasurer. In addition to projects, the students planned field trips to study artwork in other areas. Nancy McKinnie, vice-president, Dale Ann Winnie, secretary, and Debby Waters, treasurer, assisted president Jerry Williams in directing the many activitiesof the Dramatics Club. Besides participating in skits at club meetings, the club took part in plays, and was in charge of make-up for the school variety show. Mrs. Samanen and Miss McKay acted as club advisors. Honor Society sets high standards for members Honor Society officers this y'ear were headed by president Don Douglas. He was ably sup- ported by his vice-president, Barb Miller, Sue Gruschow, secretary, Paul Anderson, treasurer, and Jim Weinrich, historian. Under the leadership of Society advisor Mrs. Sacha, the group has been involved in many projects this year. The student-faculty basketball game, perhaps the social event of the season, is always a great success. This year, the faculty team, led by high scorer "Kil- ler Keller" put up a valiant fight, but succumbed in the dying moments of the game to the youth of the student squad. Another project under- taken was the Thanksgiving Dance. Active in many school activities, the members supply ushers at school functions, and help in the lan- guage lab before school. Lillis Taylor, right, helps many morn- ings in the Language Lab. Mr. Ford congratulates Barb Mil- ler in last year's induction as- sembly. -xiii Y .J Honor Society members are: Top row, jean Tam, Kathy Sena, Tanya Brailowsky, Lillis Tay- lor, Mrs. Sacha CAdvisorl, Janice Horvath, Shari Leinwand, and Terri johnson. Second row: Paul Anderson, Barb Miller, Don Douglass, Sue Gruschow, Jim Weinrich. Kneeling: Dick Trickey, Clarke Cogsdill, Hal Turner, Jim Abbott, and Arthur Craig. Absent: Cindy Finn, Ruth Sundquist, and Betsy Botsford. Barb Miller and Paul Anderson help guide visitors about the school. Q' for' Page 27 Newspaper and yearbook keep students posted Throughout the year students keep pace with school happenings via the DATELINE, our newspaper, and the EMERITUS, the yearbook. In addition, staff members attend student press conferences under the direction of superintendent of schools, Dr. Smith, and guest Spea- kers. A weekly article appears on the studentpage of the ECCENTRIC. Our literary anthology, the CHIMERA, is published in the spring. Mr. Aicala of Barnum, Mrs. jahanara Imam, guest speaker from Pakistan, and DATELINE feature editor Sandi Bergman seem amused by happenings at a student press conferance, as news editor Debbie Lebeaux takes down the "scoop." ' ' efpu1"'4' While Kathy Sena counts copy, ass't DATELINE editor Cyndy Hall types material for editor-in-chief Pat Moritz, as Kathy Clark checks the board for her next story. 1 DATELINE sports editor Leila Frisch, and Robbie Kloor sign up John Morgan for his EMERITUS. Column writer Nancy Underwood turns in her . article at the ECCENTRIC office. Nancy Barnes and Sue Gruschow, year- book layout editor, lend a hand in read- ying the DATELINE for distribution. Yearbook photo editor jean Chisnell snaps Sandy McCullough yearbook copy editor, Peggi Fournier, EMERITUS Editor-in-chief Cseatedl, Barb Eddy, and Cindy Finn. Clubs further understanding of foreign countries This year Derby School has been greatly interested in furthering international understanding by student participation in many activities. The Political Science Club meets frequently with Mr. Rogowski to discuss current events. The Latin Club, spon- sored by Mrs. Pierce, holds a banquet each spring for Latin students all over Birmingham. Aside from eating such delicacies as pig's meat, students come dressed as Romans to fit the occasion. Pictured here are the winning costumes of the best dressed Romans. The "Cucarachos," Derby's Spanish club, with sponsor Miss Bonomo has been busy this year. Members went to the Poncho's Villa Restaurantwhere they ate dinner, ordered in Spanish. Another time, students attended the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico. The breaking of the Pinata was the highlight of the Christmas party at which speaker Jack Morse showed slides of his stay in Mexico. The big moment in spring was the Spanish fiesta. "ii -. iA'E"'.x -.. - r . - 1- -- -- - , ' him-'f fiifllfifi ll?-:'?f"f5i 1 'i ' ..,.,- F Spanish Club members Walt Share, John Zimmer and John Kent discuss the mural in the Poncho Villa restaurant while awaiting dinner. I ' ' Sf Roger james, jerry Dietderich, Dave Hague and Miss Vinson watch Eileen Wilson's attack on the pinata. Meeting to discuss current events, Political Science Club members include from left Jim Wienrich Cpresidentl, Dave Hale, Ken Bratton, Craig Schenk, Graham Shinnick, Dave Waite, Jim Boise, Steve Sivoletto, Steve Marshall. hede model their costumes for the Latin Club's Roman banquet. Page 29 Nancy Barnes and Freda Kjol- I. '. f 1' Sport clubs allow all gmdeleuels Caberfae crowd eats heartily. Students look forward to an exciting day This is what happened to Sara Wickizer when she went to Caberfae. on the slopes . l - r f ' .5 Q ' fa frlfii.-V ,l - -'l1:f'V':f.i- 'ri f"1'.- 4 " - 'I :I 'rv-t V-1 ti- f it it ll I , 4, 1--1 "-,,5:,.1nt- X ., f lui,-fr 1-22: l " til ' - x lliilflef' 1 O I 1 'g I ' 4 Q 1 N. : ' ii T' 'll W 1 A 4,- V U r. . 1 S nfl 9' Beth Mahan and Pam Evans washing up after a long day of skiing. Despite the uncooperative Weather, Derby's Ski Club was able to get in many hours of fine skiing at Pine Knob Ski Resort. Despite a lack of snow at the beginning of the season, the late snowfalls, so unpopular with non-skiers, thrilled the hearts of these hardy folk, as they took to the slopes after the spring equinox! Two trips to Caberfae for entire weekends of fun and relaxation were the highlights of the season. Principal casualities included Mr. Jens, Sara Wickizer, and Rick Rus- sell, who all insist that they'll be back OU Cl10SC IOWTOPCS COIDC next SCZSOH. both social and athletic relaxation Memberh of the Bowling Club, under the direction of Miss Jeanne completed another successful bowling season. Bowlers competed in two twelverweek sessions in hopes of earning any of the four coveted trophies. Bowlers may bowl in one or both sessions and be on an all-girl, all-boy, or mixed team. Bowling shoes go to any boy with a 200 score, and to any girl with a high of 175. A highlight of mid-season is the teacher- student doubles. Nancy Barbosa teamed with our prin- cipal, Mr. Ford, to take top honors in this hotly con- tested event. Mr. Karseboom and Alan Brunke ran a close second. Mr. Jolly has a smug look on his face after a strike. A Wednesday afternoon session at Birmingham Bowl. The atmosphere is tense during the student-teacher tournament. ya 1. page 31 Highlights of Derby's sc hool From fire drills to jams in the lunchline, activities at Derby always supply interest. The Halloween Dance is a big event in the fall. High- lighting the holiday season are the Christmas pro- gram and dance. Field trips to such places as Cranbrook and the Fisher Theater help to broaden the student's world. In the spring, Derby's inner court with its trees and grass provides not only a welcome breath of air at lunchtime, but a plea- Sant background for dances, the events of Michi- gan Week, and the annual spring fashion show. Assemblies for student elections, National Junior Honor Society selections, and recognition of spe- cial awards to students are also big moments to- ward the end of the year. T T I I Nuo! Mr. Story seems to be enjoying the annual Christmas breakfast given by the cafeteria staff to the faculty. The music department's Christmas program is always a highlight of the year. . rs. -. . Q 1 Ah, the joys and blessings of the cafeteria lunchline! A feature of Michigan Week is our band's performance in the center court. I w year keep students on the go K. XA , Y , in , - ,yr A ilk ?-'Ji' 'V v . ,, if , ,f i -' ' ' 'ii x "', , 1 --sf ' A 1- ' 1 I .1 :P I R b ' K - - - . ' A 155 ' A 25 ' PF' o bie loor gets a laugh as Leila Frisch hams it up for ,lfqjtfgg f ' V the camera during TB testing. However, Barb Eddy seems 5'b'lf"" f' YO think Leila isn't kidding! W A ' V j 1 " ' J "P g: x :gtg , l ' f iabs Z,ir2,'.f, t' W i.Q'?5.1. ' fe-flfhiflb' -za ,. Pat Scott models her suit in last spring's fashion held out- doors on the court by the home economics department. At the 1963 awards assembly, the director of the 1963 Metropolitan Detroit Science Fair presented Jim Baron with a first-place award in graphic arts for eighth grade, as Dick Bain and Mrs. Decker looked on. Derby's champion speller, Barb Baird, aseventh-grader, Q and eighth-grade s Craig Sch- enk, rurmer-up, pose after their victories in the spelling bee. t g W--W-Y my ' S . V Ninth-graders were treated to an excel- lent performance of "The Importance of Being Earnest," by students from Seaholm High School. ' There's nothing like a good old-fashioned fire drill to get the blood circulating! ET. 1 u N 1 A A 0 i 6 U' 7' 'U-75-5 'swf' .ef hr . egqjQ -Af'-ihgw-5' X mea., - :fm-M., 4 EIGHTH Alfs, Fran Allcmnn, Cindy Allen, Sally Amcrosi, John Amweg, Roxanne Anderson, Karen Armsrrong, Audrey Amlck, lvy Bailn, Sally Barker, Patti Barron, Karl Bell, Shirley Bellair, Janice Benson, Connie Berglund, Martin Bcmetr, Gary Blessed, Kathy Blow, Don Buell, Mardi Bogue, Martin Bordinnr, jeff Boston, Mike Brady, Ned Bretton, Ken Brisebois, john Brodie, Ron Brooks , Barb Brooker, Rick Brown, Eric Brown , Srevc Browke, Allen Brusehaber, Diane Buchanan, Chris Burgess, Barb Burrows, Mike Butler, Edie Buzcrre, Michele Calclcru, Scorr , Callow, Diane Cassel, Rob Chapman, Chip Cody, Sadie Colsvell, Tom Cowley, jay Cooley, Diane Coombe, Sue Cuons, Ted Coppens, Mike Coppcns, Nancy Coyle, Randy Craig, Km.-r Croff, Allison Cross, Barb name, can Page 36 Eighth graders begin and i , -'git Y Q V 5 ,ln Q H N L. -, V 5 -f' . Lu J . 4 'I I 'W' I ' 1-Qui. . , '- ,T Q6 I, 6 ' 4 .1 sh 5 ' ' it " 'fqw' " -t. . l X- 1 K , ,A , . 5 'I A A .1' if .V 1 1' ,J-L I ge? r -251 " y ve ,ef A 'ffsr U 'ag p - tg, , -. v- V . , ki-Gr. Q12 SP, 1' i K ' 'S F' H1, Xl i 'A V' ' "'7'i'r , , f , f 'T 4 U b 455 td, xi qw? A -i t if 'I ' Y ' , A ,tx x l 4 1 1 :tl gui In K dh . X 1 K. hi-1 n., 1 g X ,-I 1 , 'Lk 6275, At the beginning of this year eighth graders were briefed on school , fl procedures. Mr. Ford spoke with the girls, Mr. Elya with the boys. if 5-' 9 , , . X g ffflf ff' lx. ' , in fl " A 5 '11 '35 . no f l ' ,gl l A L I '3 Q 5545: 19? .fn .si 1 lbdiieii -5" 1' X 1 , ., .. 59 ' , ' 1 we , I .v K . -1 ' ,5- ' 'U t' 6, Q V X 1 ' , I U ,. N . X" X ' ' A , rl q.. dj, . ' X ' A f Zi ., .1 ws, ft' ir -,M r 1 L g req Q ' f 'E' A M ,A r 5 I ,,,- V , X V. WN Q M 1 l Q I I I " W6 :Qi ffl' ' ' ' Q , ,i I 1. - g f M pp w 1 ,A ti - .Jw 4 end the year with assemblies I if iqtliii i A ,k gg- 1 , if A :gf-fe,-f:fQt ' D Q ' Q 'N' if i'1 bk,' '34 !9 61 'H ' r?l 1 - e- ,. f f . l il QL, A l ri - .4 V - I N ' - - Fire if l' -Yi -Y' i K K 'flu ', G Q , ',.ZS'T ', H ' ' U A If t I, ' " 'MIC' ,gi 1-, Mfg. . y l , r ' fir M, Q ,Ah W 5 -L, il A U L W Vg, ' .fl . 4' el i r , erm, eh k - "'f N s m V '.f x ' ' ' fi - W - 55- --Zi , . :U f l K l . - AL," , ' N, 1 af 1 L, 5 I, r kr 1 1 . "" I 1, ' - ,I ' I 3' V,"f I -L Q ' W A final assembly is held at the end of the year for scholastic Y' , , honors. A year ago, John Zimmer, then an eighth grader, received , a scholastic writing award. , z .27 Til Ityj " 1' . . fl. 4 , 1 iilif' F . iii l r-'sr'-. .nb G it A 'Ti ,. Q X X 1, , 'F . f 1 ' + ' R liiikbiv iw! i ! " l l"l"" T . iv ' "fd he "' , if ",'5'!:-. ' R' . x A Iii' i sa L A TW A V I' Z .n .- limi I N 51 , H g P Al :fu AW! fra, r L .J ri l fy DeLong, Gary Dennis, Ruth Denyes, Pete Dexter, Steve Dickman, janet Dietderich, jerry Dugan, Linda Duncan, Kathy Echlam, Laura Elliott, Marr Esslinger, jack Fabyan, jennifer Fahr, Brad Fm-low, Beth Frirron, Shernwood Ferchland, Carey Filkins, Mike Finegnr, Mardi Finn, Carolyn Fischer, jennne Fischer, Ray Fitch, james Fohman, Bruce Foltz, Lee Foote, Brenda Foote, Tom Forester, Dnvc Frank, Arnold Gnbcrr, Steve Gagnon, Lorraine Gammon, Debbie Ganiard, Rod Gardner, john Gee, Lillian George, Sue Getz, Steve Gibbs, Kathy Gibiser, Gail Gibiscr, Marthu Girard, Jennifer Gosling, Judy Graves, Anil a Grimm, Gail Gurley, Callerte Hague, Dave Hninline, Terry Hall, Steve l-lnmilton, Cathy Harder, Linda Harding, Grant Harrison, Judy Ilnsscy, Par llavenrich, Sandy Hein, JoAnn page 37 Hinrich, Barbara Hilaredc-s,'Sue Hinkle, Phil 1 llilscn, Arden Hodges, Kerry Hogan, jim Holcombe, janet Holder, Steve Huber, Craig Hughes, john Hyland, Bill Irvin, Pam jncobson, Gail jackson, Calhyanne jamcrson, Bruce james, Chris james, Roger jennings, Robert jenson, Rod jickling, jenny Q jillun, jcri jones, Carolyn Kale, Mary Ann Keb, Ginger Kee, Dchlwic Kcmf, Cynthia Kempf, Bill Keyes, Claudia Kieppe, jnnis Kirkwood, Larry Knapp, Leu Knzak, Paz Kuzc, Marcy Krnusc, Sandra Kunarich, Ken Laiiarr, Debbie I-nlfiwe, Hob Land. Dick Leach, Dai-in Lcfflcr, Kathy Lehman, Dudley ,Le-mcssu, Chris Lcmle, l-'am Lerarulr, Barry Lewison, Ken Leylind, Berry l.eyian.,i, Mary Limlzcmnn, Lois Luizun, liill Lopez, john Loud, Debbie Luwmnn, jim Lyman, Donna Mahan, Ilerh page 38 Extra-curricular activities are always 7 ' W K i 1 l r f i L , ,' ' - ' L. W S 1- 'ffl' 4 ' L' C A " f f i ' ' ,Q-is " .., 1 W'-, , " ' LA ' 'TT' ew. .' W 'H VYTEIZT 1 " ' A Wy -ii ,Ji Yi,.:g.f- ,ix t. -.I 'P' rv:-, V i , - V . ,,, nw :ill if' . W li? L. V l l Q. 94 - ,Fi , 4 vfjxi if L I - ' K . ' 1 , ji TY uns, :gm .54 V V ' J , -' 'N7 , -V ' , 'l . , , iifii f YA ' - J . -, V ' lflllfapg iTTT'i ,nv l l Emir , ' Guest jack 'H 3 - grade members of the Spanish Sieland, 1: Kempton, Mary Leland, Eileen Leigh Marriner, Colette SL, Gurley, Dave Golding. 7 x .V ,V WM' .1 ri. a-111 elif' ' r l k Q X tr , l W l'.. l "J, xp- 'L' f' " L' .. f - ' , La iff Af-xi ' 'Q ,J 'Rt Q, , . . o 9 'i'.1,"ZifT1,:2'f 15' ,y ' j M ,:,.1-1 Ns. -iv. rr' Q . 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T51 ,N i 4, ,, x , ' 1 -, 'Qld-x.'.L'-F'., ' x ,, Mann, jim Manzle, Emma Marble, Alan Murccrre, Glenn Mnrinc, Carhy Marlin, jim Marshall, Sreve Mason, Diane Mass, Bersy Masta, Mark Maynard, Sue Maxwell, Kris Mccull, jack Mealy, Snndy Mcinie, Ken Merzlcr, Par Michaels, Larry Mimurn, judy Mitchel Mirchel Moffat, Charles Moore, Doug Morris, Bob Mullen, Amy l, Pam l, Vlclri Murdock, Torn Nuud, Sue Ncnl, jennifer Nelson, Don Noland, Judy Nunue, Szuarr Olfs, Chris Ortman, Mary Oye n, Linda Page , Dave Parker, Melody Parish, Par Parrish, Dun Parris h , Lawre nce Peringcn, Lynda Pesscl, Lois Peterson, Doug Pippin, Doug Piper, Barb Pippin, Doug Plarzen, jeff Plowinski, Mary Poux, Larry Regan, Dennis Rath, Marie Raymourc, Bill Beamer, Linda Redicrn, Bch Repinski, Kathy Rirmanic, Shurun Rivard, Mike Kay page39 Roberts, Mindy Robinson, Chuck Saporito, Dan Sawdey, Stephanie Sayers, Mark Scaiuri, Bob Schack, Carrie Schenk, Craig Selrz, Linda Sc-nglaub, Cnlhy Shepherd, jan Shinnick, Graham Sibley, Alice Simpson, Mark Sinelli, Mike Sivy, Nancy Skinner, Mimi Slnttery, Dennis Smith, jim Smith, Kendall Siatnes, Bch Starr, Mary Steerc, Beverly Slenson, Mike Stephen, Karen Sretton, Knren Stevens, Art Srrahlendorff, Paz Straub, Martha Srrean, Ronda- Srrcck, Randy Street, Rich Stinson, Mickey Slurman, Kirk Suu-og, Meymo Sutton, julie Sullivan, Greg Sundquisr, john Tanis, john Tunury, Sharon Teapel, Tom Thomas, Dan Thomas, john Thotsburg, julie Tobin, Mike Tolland, Noreen Toze, Sue Trickey, Dennis Tweedie, Mark Valley, Chuck Van Allen, jim Vannetrc, Diane page 40 I Eighth graders participate in school ,. Q v -Elf dw' -' ite-fy ' ,R -, , H , H , A , i .hi 4 -A .t Y. . ,. fu- 3 -l i 1 ' 4 " 'c 455: ' ,t ' X .A w x it I ' ,- ' NT if-Le, an . l r .' S- .1 1, QU., - . 1. UL, , ,vw 0 ef V, "ff r, XA ,W if I 4, 221 ' f 1- f W i'X - Q4 Y . - l Y ' Y ir. ix-22' who " ll 'I tu, . 5. , x k. , r fffy. Q- ' '52 , we ., . , , 5. 's - J U ' . X V ,Y ' nh-, l A 1 ' 4 6- 1- l ' 189 sl will , ae- ii I p gi X 5.2, t G. Dan Fitzgerald, Ted Coons, Karen Stephens and Bill Raymoure check over their history projects. ,I l ,i 7 1 ' ' lit -' , 'f - . si! I 11 C591 i LL. I ' ' -cg' . 1 F" 'if iqg iq ii ., Q WN 6- 3 ti, V. fx V " J X1-, ' X' t 'lit' , - ill I. , ' 4- xx sf' af 7 L . fr! bi f J Q ' - ' .ini N' ' 'ggi' eta 1 ' - A Q M A I 5.4! iii" 1 if V N l I l 'Br' ww' . ,L a 'Kiwi 452:31 -, , i-1 gy i F' if ' W . 0.4. projects throughout the year , E14 V TLT ' T' n l .1 f V, fl o o Ti, f , , f W., if 9- i , r - to '- v W , -f f L E Q 1 ,.i'1f.X' ' ' ll 'X 'R , .........4 f5i' A F,j 1 ffl "C " W 'W 1 2' ,, ,, " ,, 1, I I if y H 'W' ,' Zi ' . V S: l ,., 4 . -. ,J r ' - -Lf , W ' 6-ox ' N Ao ' in 1, 1 him: " .Emi 'f - 1, , Q Q A- ' l ' i i l l ' r '- l , r 1 . S 6' I X A 4 j.. f' ' V ' V L yi - In H ,A . N L- . x gt--i ' Venuto, Frances Voehl, Sandy Waite, Dave- Wall, Tom Waters, Debbie Waszcws, Margaret Wells, Bruce Wells, john Whitney, Debby Wilson, Don Wilson, Eilleen Wilson, Fritz Winfield, Bruce William, jerry Williams, Leigh Woodison, Lynne Wootton, Tom Womack, jim Wrather, Cheryl Wyatt, Pam Young, David Young, Kathy Eighth grade spelling bee finalists included: Top: Left ro right: Craig Schenk, Linda Seltz, julie Sut- ton, Mimi Skinner, Bob Redferng Seated: Left to right: e If W , I l ,, I rx l ,aid 1 , -.A Y Yr: ' 5 A. ' Ev: ..,.L. .. .,-- Q , Y Y , Lynne Woodison, Debbi Kee, Mardi Buell llsr PISCCJ Sue Maynard, Noreen Tolland. V l - r aff it i in ' '. .zu N ,-, . - , ' -L 4 f- 1 ' s r -I f 45, .V 7' 3 5 Q I, . V '-A-.1 . - K. P. W-. ' ' . x A ' h Ehiirafii 1 i I 'il ll-ll 1 ' Barnes, jane Cell, Craig Ewing, Larry Kuhn, Bob Mackie, Sharon Merzker, Charles Nissley, james Osborne, Debbie Smith, Rick page 41 I MIN. 1 I .ns ' si 1 3 VISITORS 4 ff, , . ATHLETICS Cheerleaders bolster school spirit and page 44 Derby's Dragon Cheerleaders Row l: Cindy Apeseche, Ruth Sund- quist, Nancy Hutcheson, Peggy Webster, Row 2: Chris Lahti,Peggi Fournier,Barb Eddy, Cindy Hawley. "Ready now, let's cheer!" This familiar phrase has been yelled many times in the last year by our pretty, poised, and popular cheerleaders. Their pep has cheered the Dragons on to many vic- tories in football, basketball, and swimming, at home and out of town. The teams have appreciated the active support of our cheerleading squad, captained by Ruth Sundquist. "Let's hear it for Derby," was cheered by the eight cheerleaders and the members of the Pep Club at the pep assemblies this year. These assemblies plus Red and White days were sponsored by the girls. The Pep Club was in charge of publicity for all gam- es. A highlight of the pep assemblies was the ap- pearance of the Derby Dragon "breathing fire" to spur all team members on to greater efforts. The en- thusiasm of Derby supporters for players on the grid- iron, track, court or in the pool helped lead our teams to their many victories. bring many victories to Derby The cheerleaders cheered their team on to many victories. Cheerleaders: Ruth Sundquist, Peggi Fournier, Chris Lahti, Peggy Webster, Cindy Apeseche, Barb Eddy, Nancy Hutchesong Row 2: Denise Gonyea, Sandy Lippard, Beverly Webster, Sue Chatham, jean Eckman, Diane Gost, Beth Farlow, Linda Reimer, Cindy Pratt, Row 5: Mary Anderson, Lisa Geovian, Sue Peters, The taep assemblies aroused Derby's school spirit I Dx D 1? . -ale Nancy Gruschow, Lynn Roddy, Sue Jaeniclce, Cathy Senglaub, Lorraine Gagnon, Steph Sawdie, Sharon Tanury, Sue Naudg Row 4: Melodie Parker, Janet l-lonnold, Debbie Dye, Margaret Rash, Pam jagnow, Mary Ann Kale, Mary Kay Plawinski, Gloria DeTbart. '.', 'fi ...Fi ,Arg 2:6221 -,I J, ,- 'Wf A ntl. The fiery Dragons extinguish any opposition l TOP ROW, LEFT-RIGHT: Ron Wharton, Lynn Fill, Phil Swanson, Bud. Price, Mike Vincent, Guy Monroe, Don Douglass, Tim Ralstong ROW 4: Bob Sheldon, Neil Mar- zella, Doug Kitts, Robin Lancaster, jeff Monteith, Camp- bell McLeod, Roger Holtzg ROW. 3: Dave Higby, jay Denuyl. Conley, Dave Ellis, Mike Monteith, Bob Leffler, George Derby's football team marched to an undefeated season this past year. The fine coaching of Mr. Gibson, combined .with a team effort, enabled the Dragons to accomplish this feat. The Dragons started the season by trouncing Birney 19-0. In the game with arch-rival Barnum, a late touchdown by Bill Holmes enabled Derby to gain a 6-6 tie. Three vic- tories in a row followed the Barnum game. Derby ran away with the game against Frost, 19-6. Against Groves, Rick Roy's touchdown and extra point permitted the Dragons to edge that one out 7 to 6. Derby again showed no mercy for their victims by tearing up Clinton's' squad 26 to 6. The last game of the season ended in a 6 to 6 deadlock with Kimball. Lead by the hard-running of Gar Thomas, Dick Trickey and Bill Holmes, the fine quarterbacking of Rick Roy, along with the fine defensive effort of Mike Vincent, Bob Sheldon and Doug Kitts helped Derby to such a victorious year. i page 46 Whitehead, Ron Gorgag ROW 2: Gar Thomas, Bill Holmes Dick Trickey, Rick Roy, Craig Szymke, Chris Olsen Steve McKowang FRONT ROW: Dan Srrutz, John Melcher Giff Rash fmanagersl, Mike Morrow, Mr. Gibson Doug Derby 19 Derby 6 .... Derby 19 ..... Derby 7 ..... .... Derby 26 Derby 6 ..... ..... .....Birney 0 .Barnum 6 .....Frost 6 .Groves 6 ......C1inton 6 .Kimball 6 Victory flame burns bright Quarterback Rick Roy's linemen include Cleft- Lancaster, while in the backfield are Gar - fighfl Dave Higy, Doug Kitts, Bud Price, Ron Thomas, Dick Tr ickey, and Bill Holmes. Wharton, Bob Sheldon, Mike Vincent, Robin Mike Vincent 173D and Guy Monroe C615 stop any forward advance as team- mates rush in to lend a hand. Bill Holmes C4115 picks up plenty of assistance from his teammates. - f page 47 Derby's basketball squad, after a slow start, ironed out Derby cagers score victories as 5 1 Tony Metcalf drives in for the shot. Surfing isn't all he can do. their problems and wound up the season by winning four out of their last five games. This was the complete opposite of the first half of the season when the Dragons lost four out of their first five games. The first game of the season saw Clinton defeat Derby 41 to 22. The next game found Derby fighting hard but losing 46 to 38. Accurate shooting and fine teamwork re- sulted in a victory over Lederle, 42 to 38. Derby dropped its next two contests, losing to Frost 49 to 42, and to Norup 38 to 29. The thriller with Anderson ended with the Dragons edging them 44 to 43. With star guard Rick Roy out, Derby suffered a setback in the game with Levy, dropping that one with a thump, 47 to 18. But the team bounced back to upset archlrival Barnum, 29 to 26. Spurred on by the win over Bamum, the Dragons clobbered Groves 51 to 36. Rick Roy and Keith Zajic.lead the team to a 45 to 39, victory in the student-faculty game. Rick Roy finished the season as top scorer, with 93 points. Bill Hermann was second, with 49 points. season draws to a close Standing: Coach Gibson, Tony Metcalf, Craig Szymke, Bill Herman, jim Abbott, Hal Turner, Dean Olsen John Smith, Mike Vincent, Steve Keller, Bruce Cairns, Rick Roy, Mike Morrow, Gary Haeck. Keith Zajic, manager Rick Haley kneeling: Bud Price, Steve Keller goes up for a layup as Keith Zajic C13l and Tony Metcalf C245 rush in for the rebound. Clinton Birney Lederle F rosr N orup Anderso Levy Barnum Groves Faculty I.- D 1964-65 Season 41 Derby 46 Derby 38 Derby 49 Derby 38 Derby 43 Derby 47 Derby 26 Derby 36 Derby 39 Studen ts page 49 Tankers find practices pay Strenuous practicing resulted in Ron Gorga's perfection of the back-flip. f page 50 Back row: Lynn Fill, Ron Gorga, Bill Holmes, Dick Trickey, Don Parrish, Mark Lennox, Mark Christopher, George Whitehead, 3rd row: Bob Cyphers, Dennis Trickey, Bruce McGowan, John Zimmer, Ken Cowin, Stef Jarosyewics, Jim Menson, Bill Hanson, 2nd row: Jack Metzker, Jeff Keller, Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Derby Season Record for '64-'65 70 67 67 52 56 69 59 60 49 51 Dondero Kimball Hazel Park Barnum Groves Dondero Kimball Hazel Park Barnum Groves Bob Kilpatrick, Dave Eick, Jeff Watts, Jim Mor- gan, Bill Davis, Mr. Carbonerog lst row: john Amorosi, Ken Smith, Neal Marzella, Paul Ander- son, John Kent, Scott Warner, Mike LaFave, Chuck Metzker, jim Everett, Tom Thompson. 'lr' :'l"' ' u"""'T .': -s..- f . ,.., T514 P 1 off wlth a perfect season Bill Holmes stands poised for the gun in a practice session. Ron Gorga completes a difficult back-flip. Bob Cyphers goofs off UD in the background as a diver attempts a half-gainer. Under the eagle eye of Coach Carbonero, Derby's tankers finished the season with a per- fect record. It was a year of crushing defeats for its unfortunate opponents. Derby started off its season handing Dondero an embarrassing 70 to 17 defeat. Kimball was our next unfortunate victim with the score 67 to 20. The first home game of the year placed Derby against Hazel Park. The Dragons impressed a large cheering crowd by winning 67 to 18. The Dragons overwhelmed arch-rival Barnum by smoth- ering them 52 to 15. Derby faced hard-swimming Groves but handed them a 56 to 31 defeat. Start- ing off the second round undefeated, Derby again drowned Dondero 60 to 25. The free-style relay team set a new school record of 1:4O.5. The Dragons submerged the Vikings of Hazel Park for the second time 60 to 28. Kimball, not yet recovered from their first meeting, met defeat again to the tune of 59 to 20. Barnum made a good showing but still went under, 49 to 32. The 51 to 31 win over Groves enabled Derby to capture the "Champions of Birmingham" award. Derby finished the season winning first place in the Little Oak Championship, with 274K points. page 51 Doug Wassel puts on a burst of speed to cross the finish line first followed closel y by Bob Brooker and Egg B 'E 'lm' Dave Crosby attempts a record breaking Derby's 1964 track team had a successful season under the watch- ful eye- of Mr. Carbonero. The Dra- gons posted five victories to only one defeat, against Barnum. Four previous records were either broken or tied. The 60-yard dash record was broken by Chris Charleton, with a time of 6.9 sec- onds. The 10'4" pole vault record was equaled by Dave Crosby, while Doug Wassell set a new record in the 60-yard high hurdles, by running it in 8.5 seconds. Doug also tied the 12.1 seconds record in the 100- yard low hurdles. This year's team worked just as hard to 'give Derby another win- ning season. l s Rah! Rah! Rah! Thanks to Derby's boys we were thrilled with this year's intra-mural football team. Many of them were eighth graders training for next year's ninth grade varsity team. Among them were many promising players. First lessons included the fundamental rules of football, followed by the learning of difficult formations and pass pat- terns. The coaches, Mr. Schultz and Mr. jolly, deserve hearty congratulations for the many afternoons spent drilling the teams. The four teams enjoyed the open competition among them- selves plus the games against their counterparts at Barnum and Berkshire. We hope to see most of them next year playing vig- orously for Derby. Jim Van Allen and his Bershire opponent attempt to untangle themselves. The referee attempts to sort out who's who in this pile-up. Sandy Heavenrich releases his hold on the ball after gaining yardage. I Q ll' -wl- W fi T- .mtg T 1 gg' nz sr -V tg f- , , N -HT su' 'i"" ATN . - We , - 1 . ' Y ..s 4 . 1 ,V - e . u -j- , page 53 Future Varsity Squad's Outlook Good Extramural All-Star Games against Berkshire, Barnum and Groves. Won Lost 7th. 2 0 8:11. 2 O 9th. 2 O page 54 A jump ball finds both teams poised for action. A rousing number of boys from all grade levels turned out to play intramural basketball under coa- ches Keller, Jolly, Knowles and Faylor. Because of the number of boys wishing to take part in the pro- gram, each coach handled two teams. Championship honors went to Mr. Ke1ler's second team. Eighth grader jim Hagen was awarded individual scoring honors with a grand total of 91 points, while Ron Gorga, a ninth grader, was close behind with 85 points. An all-star team, chosen from the outstand- ing players ofthe regular season, defeated all-star teams from all other junior highs in Birmingham. The great season made those 7:30 a.m. games worthwhile. Mr. jolly informs his team of his strategy for the game Barnum mete close, but Derby handed defeat Although intramural track was set up only for a short period of time in the Spring of 1964, it gave those boys on the team a taste of what it would be like on the Varsity squad of this year. Under the leadership of Mr. Cam- eron, Derby finished second in the Inter- city meet in which Derby, Barnum and Groves participated. veu-:t!s'f- -A - X .5 'I l,:-,- lllqggfxrfff- f l af, TL IU liffh' Jll,5l,?'Ji. l ' . 4 I I. George Whitehead exhibits the form that enabled him to achieve a shot-put of 38 feet. Dave Forrester Cleftj gets set for the starting signal. ' , Successful jumps require hours 'of practice. page 55 Water Ballet splashes ., 5 z 'Q , ,sh Q Kay 1 pt .L six , gf 1' Si? 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Row 1: Pam Blodgett, Kathy Clark, Sue George, Sue Hilari- des, Nancy Hoagland, Randy Baird, Peggi Fournier, Nan Jarnigang Row 22 Nancy Nitschke, Jan Shepherd, Jennifer Neal, Donna Lyman, Claudia Keyes, Diane Mason, Barb Eddy, Nancy Hutcheson, Leila Frisch, Sandy Wethg Row 3: Karen Craig, julie Sutton, Kathy Hamilton, Pam Wyatt, Fran Alfs, Barb Miller, Lisa Hadden, Sue Dickenshied, Michele From left to right, Barb Brooks, Nancy Hoagland, Nancy Barnes, Karen Craig, and Cathy Hamilton work on "Fireworks" act. page 56 as Xi.- Estes, Ann Blakesleeg Row 4: Sue Maynard, MindyRoberts, Debbie Gammon, Barb Brooks, Nancy Barnes, Janice Hor- vath, Deena Westerby, Leigh Marriner, Cindy Finng Row 5: Sue Gruschow, Pam Lemle, Sandy Voehl, Sue Coomb, Steph Sawdie, Sharon Tanury, Edie Butler, Robbie Kloor, Nancy Russ, jonel Lennox. - Q This year the water ballet was very busy planning the annual water ballet show. The theme of this year's performance was a carni- val. The members planned their acts and had practices in the morning, after school and at night. Peggi Fournier soloed as Gypsy, and Nancy Russ as the Tiger. Paul Anderson and Kathy Clark performed a duet called Trapeeze. The other acts entailed the whole Water ballet. These were Elephants, Cotton Candy, Ballons, Snake Charmers, Shooting Gallery, Tumblers, Fortune Tellers, Carrousel, Barkers, Dancers and Clown. A boy-girl act was Tunnel of Love and the grand finale was Fireworks, where the entire nautatorium was dark and all that was visible were lights moving in different patterns throughout the entire pool. The ninth grade members of the water ballet went on a canoe trip down the Rifle River. There was a seventh grade water ballet also. They practiced at least once a week and in the ehd of the year gave a water ballet show for the parents of the sixth graders. through another year N l Fran Alfs, Diane Mason, Claudia Keyes, and Donna Lyman "follow the leader" into the water. 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Q 'QV' ,E v 'P 1 wif uf K 3 'z' in sv 1 H Fx NINTH P859 Abbott, Jim Adams, Marge Aebi, Debbie Anderson, Mary Anderson, Paul Anuzes, Ed Apeseche, Cindy Apsey, Cheri Arminski, Mark Austin, Cindy Babbin , Vicki Baginsky, Brian Baird, Randi Balames, Pete Baldwin, Tammy Barran, Rod Barnes, Nancy ' Barnhart, Dave Barron, Jim Barton, Claudia Barton , Craig Beal, Wendy Benharz, Vicki page 60 W 1 .,-1.--L - , .F"l ,aa .. if W- f'fi2'kgjQ la, 1 'ijzgfg I 1535: ' I' 'li i ' ' nj. ' itff-if 5: Y ' , ff., ..l ., mv.: -v, t S5222 iii I I I I l Class actwltles keep nmth As you sew, so shall you rip, say Cheri Bonk, Kathy Wilbur, and Bruce McGowan becomes just a blur on the trampoline, as Ed 5 graders busy all the time Sue Mmtgomery. Skurtu, Bob Maddox, Mike Connel- ly, and Jim Jennings look on. W. X x H R if, R R - '. 'Q . , IJ, , ' 1 . I , w ' uija-n 41 ? 4 1 . 5 oz, X r Bennett, Phill Bercl, Tom Bergman, Sandi Blakeslee, Ann Blackwood, Kriss Blodgett, Pam Bonk, Cheri Borhe, Steve Botsforcl, Betsy Boyce, jim Boyles, Bill Brailowskl, Tanya Bratton, Hank Brauburger, Bob Brock, Phyllis Brower, Doug Burton, Sue Busch, jim Bush , Linda Buttes, Cherri Cairns, Bruce Calver, John Carey, jim page 61 Carney, Beth Carr, Linda Cartwright, Charlie Chisnell, Jeanne Chriason, jean Christopher, Mark Christy, Debbie Civeletto, Steve Clair, Rose Clark, Kathy Clayton, Bob Clemens, Bill Climer, Dave Cogsdill, Clarke Cole, Jeannette Connelly, Mike Cope, Chris Coughlin, Debbie Cowin, Ken Craig, Bill Craig, Bud Crites, Brenda Cyphers, Bob Dalton, Mark Dameron, Art Davidson, B.j. Davie, Pete Davis, Bill Davis, Val Paul Anderson and john Zimmer present a Spanish dialogue while Miss Vin- son Cleftl and Miss Nuvar- . rcs, guest speaker from Spain, watch. page 62 Student projeets are prepared 451 vii' 1 n , tL9Z'T'Iff""l 3 .1-: Y. :,.:-Q., ln: li- 1 n 1, ' i if 3.1. J , .-L lt xc.,-H' fl., " 'f , 1? 2 ' + h-J' ,.. V ., .lr ,,, WE - il'4 91 :mi e n, 't I if - ,' 'x Fi f "Zn i l I I N ' N 'v X V W U sh' 5 as part of class activities Noi Pictured: Dawson, Pat Dellinger, Michele In t -M '.:, .- vs .F 5 u- . v ll b w w, iizfl' - tv- ' Q i er ,?- ww, lr . :I 'I ' . A 4 'li I 'v V Q ., ' , if i 'li 'bw ' i :', T N 'fi " 5 QA. , ,L ' Lil 4 In v-., 'X A v ,i , g I i , xx ,it l N sv l V i A., 4 Z, il x' l Sli. 1' Q ,l s L f yi' ui' L' H it lj' li, 7 F , nfl l Denuyle, Doug Devaney, Lynn Dickenshield, Sue Dildilian, Denise Dirnbauer, Marcia Dowdell, jim Dye, Dave Ebersole, Bob Eddy, Barb Edwards, Kathy Eibach, Rodger Eick, Dave Ellis, Tom Ellman, Carol Ernst, Vicki Estes, Michelle Evans, Pam Factor, Karen Fawcett, john Ferris, Ken Field, Rick Fick, Jeanne Fill, Lynn Finn, Cindy ' Fisher, jan Fisher, Tom Fisher, Yvonne Woody Shook looks at ninth grade projects. English page 63 V . LN? ff-I ,- , :V-:1-L". 5, z, its f Y: r -. v 4 l awk 1' l LAT ," , , 'n it 1' lx 4 QQ . If if' , l rl' ,391 ll 1 2 t . i , 1 , If, ' Derby? last Latin ll class will be l X-f ,vu IZ i,",2'Tlvf"f7T fifth f l .L 1-,, v m X. l - in v 2 t H l I a l .qv Fit'-' 533575 i ':"'l?'?Qf77' T ill' -2 51 lil . ef , ggi W,:Li.1-fl 1' A l WZ 'nal fs - 1 , , . l A' " ' 5, ff.-I . ' ra ,aff nee. 5. lr 1. -J' 1 l 2, , if , pr. r -ji .2 4.-1 I 1 , .. i . 4 , K l 'e.YJ l nl fb. , QA! , .N G . ' 2415? 'gb' ' 'f I?"-. 'ASH' f:Q,"' 3512? lr. ,., I .rll s..' "QQ: :ul , ,iv . 'S 1:32. lnf 'Wil- l 1 ff f fl?" 'Q . ' vi I 1 ' l Gcrga Ron kd ra page 64 4' 4. Q Goodell, Diane Goodwin, Ginger Goddin, liari Golding, Dave Golzc, Barb n Gault, Tin Gibbs, Brad Gidlcy, David Gillman, Gloria Folk, john liollis, john Foresman, Sue Foster, Carol Fournier, Pcggi Foxworthy, llruce Foxworthy, lim-ley Fedrick, Debby Frisbie, Lynne Frisch, Leila Fry, Rick Fuzesari, Sue Gall aghcr, Dee Galvin, Tom Gaskill, Sue First Row fl. to rj Freda Kyol hede, jean Tam, Don Schuster, Sandy McCullough Second Row Cindy Finn, jenny Sulson, Cyndy ready for Seaholm next fall. Gorrschc, Diane Gruschuw, Sue Gucklhcrg, jim Hndnien, l.l:-In Hncck, Gary llngsrrom, Kris llnlc, Rick Hall, Cyndy llnnson, Bill Hamilton, Anita X llargravcs, Nedra llnrrz, Jnnerr llawley, Cathy llnwley, Cindy HL-nh, Nancy Hein, Al Herrmann, Bill Highcc, Dave llill, Peggi 'lvl' , -.,- JL, w Q Q ,L 6 '- s PX, iv i 1 i , ' E Yi aj' ' is 'if vi' AJ W , Q ,N I lf in in Q" K , g gf 'X -' ,I I L Y , ll nf 3 ., K 4 Vwgfffr f.F if5'TT ,L-L LL .-.Iv lj i 1 l ,f J Y . . f i '-if '- A I ' ' ' wx Hall, Nancy Barnes, Earl Morgan, Third Row: Chris Hagscrom, David Rush Lee, ! Neil Marzella, Bud Craig, Ted Chris Olsen, Mrs. Pierce. llinkle, Dave Hitchcock, Val Hoagland, Nancy ' i l 9 E "cl 'I Hodgson, Sue Hofmann, Larry ..,...,- MT-, xl J 4 Holmes, Bill f i Q . Y 1 r. I, N 4 " Q "ta-F"a" -T if Yir, 5 X f,.,, '...,1,L I if F' 13-11917 if A '.'1'31'i l ' 'r'J",.- '- Li-W" QQ" ' ' lijinfi JZ... -.Ig ni' r i'f , il.5fJl , Q' I SL? . -41 Q 1 ...', Ip- ' I , page 65 Holtz, Roger Horvath, Janice Honkanan, Jerry Hoskin, Jayne Hubbard, Dave Hupman, Anne Hutchins, Marcia Hutcheson, Nancy lsenhart, Chris Jacobs, Rich Jarnagin, Nan Jaroszewicz, Stef Jelinek, Nancy Jennings, Jim Johnson, Terri Johnson, Jo Ann Johnston, Donna Jones, Roger Kaselitz, Sue Keaton, Jack Keller, Steve Kent, John Kilpatrick, Bob Kiltie, Sue King, Cathy Outstandin students in various F 1 ,f ,IM .4 '. , ' n Q . Q1 N? xx -xb gf if cv ' '11 '-if -'fr 1 " ' ' x s E131 V 2535+ ag- f.f J- fl pf Q wp ' 4 W J sf Q 1 J . - . : H I IL- 8 in 'sf 'ur 7,1 Scholastic writers who received awards are Judy Nolan CBJ, Sandi Bergman, Leigh Mar riner, Tayna Brailowsky, Beth Mayhan Hilarides CSD, Jim Weinrich, Roger Holtz, Clarke ti 'A fields are numerous at Derby I-1- ' R I 1, T' 1 ' 17' If 4-i ii H r N I J ' W L 07 -0 57 . A ,Q ' ls. 1,-Z' '17, 'Y l n " .' , Di' l.',1 N In f , -V-3 A i H- . ' 11'9r'i 'Doi 'ii' L .. L Q., , x ,. , M- X ' " .IR 'UU 12212 lL '1N:11 '- xiii'-is: i Q V -1' A r X mf. 11 D' . Pj' , v,- V .1 A :uw , " 5 in M ' W , " iii: , - gb , Wh-K , L , I . lex, 5 'Cav' 43- .af Sara Wickizer, Barb Miller, Chris Lahti, Lynn Woodison C8D, Dick Trickey, and Steve Bethel UP, enjoy being members of the Optimist Club. i W -J 'c , ,,. r ,g- N iiiifglaf 155 1,1fg,1e'-fi?-' "" ' ' Kitts, Doug ' Kjolhede, Freda Klein, Carrie Kloot, Robbie Knapp, Tom Koeller, Chris Kondrat, Melodie Kowa1ski,'Dan Krause, Debbie Krueger, Cheryl La Due, Rick La Fave, Mike Lahti, Chris Lancaster, Robin Lebeaux, Debby Lee, Ted Leffler, Bob Legeanc, Steve Leienkugal, Jane Leinwand, Shari Lennox, Jonel Lennox, Mark Liebsaac, Maureen Lightbody, Mark Linton, Debbie page 67 i :if Nw v ,if i 'Ea' 1 : . ,'. 'CW i'i 11. "'i. v ,, 1 Q,-, ' uf, is g-ff 'iv' 3'o , Q.: lf- R 1 I 114-- .k fy.-,V K ,V Mac Lellan, Mark Maddox, Bob Mallery, Cindy Marriner, Leigh Martin, Barb Marzella, Neil l . 1 ff 'fi L , Y , .7 lin 4 1 W ,F S ,Wy ,' , ,' ' H ,Q , ' V .gh -. "fry .. !' , V. . " 1 fy we ,M - . f f inth graders let Livermore, Marge-y Locz, Ando Louzccky, Tom Lylcs, Barb Lyman, Claudia Lyon, Bert Maas, Pruc Mackie, Nick Mackie, Peter Mackie, Steve At the Halloween party the question asked by many was, Mason, Richard May, Betsy Muzur, Dave McCullough, Sandy McFarlane, Lee McGill, Howard McGovern, Tom McGowen, Bruce McKinnic, Nancy McKown, Steve the good times roll. McLeod, Campbell McNcilage, Debbie MCP:-xrmlin, Greg McPherson, Don McPherson, Marilyn McRaE, Pat Mehmetuj, Eva Meissncr, Nancy Melcher, john Munson, jim "Dance Much?" Monteith, jeff Montcith, Mike Montgomery, Sue Moody, Bob Moore, jim Moreski, Bill Morgan, Earl Morgan, john Moritz, Pnl Morrow, Mike . ,:. n I .,?, l " ' ,. l I . 5 1' a. Mentzer , jack Merc let, Diane Miller, Barb Miller, Rick 151 Mitchell, Sruarr Monroe, Guy vi. QP Q: . f i 'll ii' 0 ' wi' w 1 I 'P r v ,N E F1 B . P H' rs' af 'E a+ wa M -A lg' 45 ff l , I ' x l f p age 69 'J 'L 'Tffi-'3lI1l'? -,I .351- I I 'Z 1 F5 N . V V .J .I . J M' 1,- ,. ' ' I ' f 3 ' ' i. " 4,-.. ,dnl Y " . Olson, Garden Orr, Frances Osborn, Wendy Ottman, Sue Packman, Al Pardee, Clark Passavant, Gary Paulus, julie Penell, Chris Pierce, Bruce Pickmann, Paul Perron, Debbie Pilling, Phil Pockrandt, Darcy Potts, Emily page 70 ,:. .,'4LY,1 ' , r' , 1, ,- if x ' .V 2' '11, x f 4.3, 1 4 ' , - --.K V . Q 1 A .aqf fq ' .E-233' A . WY ,- RH if-7 ,E Q- - mix: . JN- ' M ' 'Q 'A x x 'w, x' l 1 mjr'-is gl 'C w ' fl--+,' J Us yy- "-,X ' - , ,. ' Lil 4 ' I iff - , - if 1- -- " V 1 ,v , inth graders have the talent for Muirhead, Marilyn Mumford, Robert Nass, Connie Neff, Micky ' A Nelson, Barb Nelson, Kenn . .-mg, -..--nga. Nicjcofoff, Pac -- Nitschle, Nancy Noonan, Nancy , -R 5 vb 'Vg ,,- 1 ' A A "1 .- H , ' -. ,d f- . ,, J, - . 42- Olin, Sharon Olson, Chris Olson, Dean The sculptured creacnire. Whar's it called? See page 7. A ' ,nl ' " E: '5 1 j,,.2e. 2 F 'M W' -mf -5 .ff Q' 1- ' ,, r '-5 1, L -.9 - E' 1 .'- J-da-X 1 .i 3 5111:-5 V W V L .lu ,I -- - 'I' .A 'Ll . U ,IRS A ,lqxul - - 5 1 .I i' 4, ul, D Z -A i 1 I, ,I X I' - 1,8 X f ' , '. Q 2 ' L f - l X " , , I - l ' " ,. '. I , vp -"QL ,'-- , . T E: , ' '-J' 5, , I 4j,,r x In .1 1 'iv H w 1 making "what are they" figures 'V I, f" s 1 I V 5, I I -u ..-. 'im 3,4 ai I, ,. s ,,r I if I+' I V I 1 , - ' Q xii 'mfg F , 4 .... ,.,-- ritz! .II -. f,-.nr P ' v" 1 ,ff . I I' ' 1 I K 1- . ' , ,F I ,, ,, I I ,K I ' K? -- q- in Try and give this a name! The clue: it holds something useful. For the suggestions, see page 76. I I fx I -I I . ,nfl Q- I R . Richards, Karen Richardson, Gay Richardson, Mark Richardson, Mary Richey, joan Riedl, Ian Risdon, Chris Roberts, Becky Roberts, Tom Robinson, Cindy Robinson, Paul Rogers, Merrily , mfr, 7 'Nu' v K' I i 1' f' ' I I I I I I I 'LF 'F Ig f'Y ' I' 'S' xi , .' Y IRL- - I . I -u EI I fl .v 1 uf Qfij I - Price, Bud Pricer, Sue Procter, Chris Quart, George Rake, joe Ralston, Tim Rash, Giff Rauth, Chris Redfield, Barb Reeck, Stephanie Ried, Bob Resterick, Cindy Resterick, Sue Reverre, john Rice, Ron ivy, , -:fm-, mi: f page 71 Derby students compete to raise money for United page 72 Rohn, Bill Roy, Rick Runyan, Tom Rush, David Russ, Na nce Russel, Mike Russel, Rick Saefke, Martha Schnackel, Pam Schreffler, jim Schroeder, Sue Schuster, Don Scott, Lynda SEHK, Kathy Sharrard, Betty Ann Share, Walt Sheldon, Bob Sheidilll, Lynne Shook, Woody Sieland, Sara Simmons, Sally Simpson, Mary Skurtu, Ed Smith, Debbie Smith, Flip Smith, Jon R 1 Rl LU 1. K p eq . 3 , U4 I " Tig, 'R Mifiifwff 'ffifefisyfvffmiii W wugf7WE l:." w,u.v ' rl- V3 'W ,sP" Q iw-.Ln 1 3 , 3, :Y W Q HV: rj! , l , I v, .L , . 1. . 1 V , , Wt. , t ,. , ,, r ' . "-.J b A' gre 1, Y fs ' ' ' ' 1 ui 5 ' w . r . , 1 it : . J- V-Q 3, .4 -4 K S1 Q ' . ' ' f 'gr ' ' 1 w W- ' -:ai 1:2 '5' Q ' ,- A cider sale after school was one way of raising money for Miss Sw1tzer's homeroom during U.F. week. l, 4 ' .W , 7- ,- - E . ,A v Y Y '-ui 57' 5, , ,ln , i . ? I,-1 I f i T'f""-"'f i ' ' I,.',, ' 5 . , u W In I I 1 f I e S i J if J in v . . ' ' :V , ig? Hr, Q' xg: 5 'f - P5-,ft-, f 'eh I 4 1 MW 1 , . E" 71 N. I J I . ., ,yfli ?eQD r , : .rx , L S? 7 32 I. t , i f l -r 17 fx , I PM fi' l yy at .2 -' 'X I 1' 9 Foundations Week, work in library in spare time V- -T ,v ix :lg- ef . f if f ' ii ' 41 ' -V 5-- 1 . 'fi V , i '11 1- " i ' F 1 ' r z.' sl! : H . ' X i l Vit VI L Q ii I4 gt - MQ: X Q i-1.1. ,.-X ' sf :X , r ' , .iw i ' ' i I Libs -X I Q Q Assistant librarian, Miss Carr, and helpers Lynne Sheldon and jack Keaton look on as Bud Price checks out a book. li '-4, 'Jr-4' 1 -'L V 1,5 1, V i i 1 ' 4 s ,. -, 1 V if -Y1. Er-,R A: , ey B .rj ill . Y R ii ,, 1 l ii? Q'-f' . " i ey A I . 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S- i -v' - ffilf.-,N ..f-- ' "WL Y ' 'in .fl ' 1 ,ii V x J , lj I 1 I Smith, Rick Smith, Steve Spiegel, Bob Sprunk, Gary Stebbins, Pam Stein, Greg Stephens, Anne Sterling, Thom Stevenson, Mike Stilson, jenny Strang, Bill String, Shelley Strong, john Strutz, Dan Sullivan, Kathy Sunclquist, Ruth Swa nson, Phil Sweeton, john Szymke, Craig Tam, jean Tanury, Bryan Taylor, Lillis Thomas, Ga: Thomas, Peggy Thornhill, Kyle Thun, Peter Thygerson, Tom Trerice, Anna Marie Trew, Marty Treubella, Bill Trickey, Dick Trost, Margaret Turner, Nancy Twyman, jamie Underwood, Nancy Upmeyer, Paul Valley, Linda Vallin, Bill VanDegrift, Tom VanderRoest, Dave VanDerVenrer, Kurt Vanlrlook, Mart Vincenr, Mike Vinton, jay Wacker, Dave Walker, Bruce Walrs, Debbie Watrerson, Lynn Warts, Jeff Weber, Paul Weber, Steve Webster, Peggy Welnrick, Jim Weiterson, John Webber, Dave Wescott, Larry Westerby, Deena Werh, Sandy Wharton, Ron Whitehead, George Wickizer, Sara strive to fulfill our hopes and ambitions. , , ' i l l. J' wil i, if ' ?l. L-.J Z l: i . if 'il Q , i . - y L- l , . s V' 4 l k ,'-v , i lt, ' Q NK ' H - f -,.., np, . rx' iii: 2. lg, : f I 4 mf X 5ZirT'i "Q' ' l 5 s -sth, , , v '--I, i l J i A l . ' . 5 --an B ' 4 , 1 I ji 'H' ef ""' 1 at K u kk.. J, ',,f . , -. , 4 F LY2 all 'T' l .1 r, ,M lsis s 'f ig . A if 2' . 7 s ' il W l T 1' Jim. -' H, W .H .,. ,D 44 r' v Q23 hill. -, 1 j I fl sf 1 x r cr-: . ' ' Tlll"' ' i 1 - Wiggins, Ramona Wilbur, Kathie Wilcox, Melinda Wilson, Kevin Winnie, Dale Ann Wolf, Sandy' Wright, Stephanie Yanchula, Milan York, Diane Young, Keith Zajic, Keith Zimmer, John Zoyes, Pam Zwally, Dave Arnold, Connie Brunner, Sherry Candler, Rickey Denny, Ray Douglass, Don Fredericksen, Nils French, Tim Goodspeed, Gwen Grote, Ferol Kearney, Jim Kiltie, Sue McCase, Tim Metcalf, Tony Monroe, Guy O'Hara, Rick Turner, Hal Weeks, Rod page 75 rw X . ' . ' :,L-5 .' , E1 . , .X + .. -'N . r I -25 4 fl' ' 'I' , W' ,.-A ' J X 1 W .X , 5:5 Q A, ,N .11 "" .4 AH N 14 ALMWTIT- 'L - IC J- Tv,-I I 'Q 'V L '-x YE 1 : big'-.LTV 5 H. 2' "'L, 1 if' lv . J 1 gi w 'v JM 1 -,, a ,. ' " H IA Vw D: U L .- - ,. 5 nxt TG U' I E-ff , I fl I 1 . . L . I P' - my '1 3 1- N . from is J x. W wr.. t :fr--f.l.. .xqlii L mmm ',...Sf"' Qghgv-"'f'5.'Q,F 'P. fr?"- iswwawfff 1 "X: 1 - ig gf ,.,iLS,,,3 . .: 4-jig! 1 v J' . ru. v, 9 . T Vf .,v"':' .g ,-. A Quik' , ..,,. . ,,,.u ' ju, . ap . ,a .1 ,.--" - ,,,,. .-" 4, M A - - I' . . .4-4. . , ,, .0 ' ,.-1-, .uv f ,,. . ' w X -nf x .fe I, v - kb' ' .-.., , ying .pr ..- ea.. M Q I .,..,-- ' " Wx 1 i ,.'a"' H ,,.... - W .,,.. 1-4 rv m1Vll Q is-I 32+ 1 iff 'V' ' is lllffpk f. .fare .ff :"'-.1 Vilflfl if it 591' is .Il- I' , 'f - 5, :E x-5.72 f , i' .ff if ' 1' lf F2112 ' J' , HW, ,fi . I Q' if Q L' all 'ULU-V at Q. .-.UP vs! ag: ,-ral, lik li ,z 'Y 2. 33 ,. ' . at - sh, Jil- if' '25 5' X Ex.: ,agg- x 'N tv. .A VJ" ,,'. , .51-'X 3 1 H 5 xx rim" j'vL,.' Y.-f F., fd! 1 .-1 1 .4 1 ri-- ,Av , 1 g 1 ' - V ' ', E':5"' -' ,J gf Acknowledgments Photography . . . . . . Jean Chisnell Design ..... ...... J ohm Calver Copy ..... . . . Sandy McCullough Layout . . . . . Sue Gruschow Sports . . . .... Pat Moritz Leila Frisch Robbie Kloor Activities . . ...... Cyndy Hall Debbie Lebeaux Sandy Bergman Seventh Grade . . .... Kathy Sena Cindy Finn Eighth Grade . . . ..... Kathy Clark Nancy Barnes Ninth Grade . . . . . .Nancy Underwood Barb Eddy Advisor ...... . . . ...... ..... M iss Watt The staff and I wish to extend special thanks to Miss Kenneally, Mr. Faylor, Mr. Jens, Mr. Rogers, George Whitehead, Wendy Ho- ok, and Petra Pan for their assistance in making the 1965 EM- ERITUS a success. Peggi Fournier Editor-in -chief CARLESS, T. 10 ABBOTT, J. 27, 49, 60 ADAMS, M. 60 AOLER, W. 10 AEBI, D. 60 AILES, C. 10 ALFS, F. 17, 21, 36 ALFS, W. 10 ALLEMAN, C. 36 ALLEN, F. 10 ALLEN, S. 21, 36 ALLSHOUSE, R. 10 AMOROSI, J. 36, 50 AMWEG, R. 36 ANDERSON, K. 36 ANDERSON, M. 10, 45 ANDERSON, M. 60 ANDERSON, P. 20, 23 62 ANUZIS, E. 60 APESECHE, C. 21, 44 APSEV, C. 23, 60 ARMINSKI, M. 25, 60 ARMSTRONG, A. 36 'ARNOLD, C. 75 AROLCK, I. 21, 36 ARON, J. 10, 24 ASKEW, L. 10 , 56, 57 27, 24, 25, 50, 56, , 45, 60 AUSTIN, C. 24, 25, 60 AVERILL, S. 10, 21 BABBIN, V. 26, 60 BACON, J. 10, 24 BAGINSKY, B. 60 BAIN, S. 17, 21, 36 BAIRD, B. IO, 16, 25, 33 BAIRD, R. 56, 60 BAKER, J. 10 BALAMES, P. 60 BALDWIN, T. 60 Student Index BRAUBURGER, B. 10 BRAUBURGER, R. 24, BRIGOLIN, M. 10 BRISEBOIS, J. 36 BROCK, P. 23, 61 BRODIE, R. 36 BROEGMAN, J. 10 BROOKER, R. 36 BROOKS, B. 36, 56 BROWER, D. 61 BROWN, E. 24, 36 BROWN, M. 10 BROWN, S. 36 BRUNKE, A. 36 BRUNNER, S. 75 BRUSEHABER, 0. 36 BRUSEHABER, K. 17 BUCHANAN, C. 36 BUELL, M. 36, 41 BUNZEY, J. 10 BURGES5, B. 36 BURNETT, G. 36 BURROWS, M. 36 BUSCH, J. 61 BUSH, L. 23, 61 BURTON, S. 61 BUTLER, E. 36, 56 BUTTES, C. 61 BUZZETTE, M. 36 CAHILL, K. 10 CAIRNS, C. 49, 61 CALLOW, D. 36 CALVER, J. 61, 77 CANDLER, R. 75 CANE, K. 10 CAREY, J. 22, 61 CAREY, M. 10 BARAN, R. 60 'BARBOSA, N. BARKER, P. BARNES, J. BARNES, M. BARNES, N. 10 36 41 10, 24 23, 29 BARNHART, D. 60 J BARRON, . BARTON . BARTON, BARTON, K BAUMANN, J. BEAL, W. 60 BELL, P. 10 BELL, S. 26 BELLAIRE, J BENEDICT, S. BENEKER, N. BENEMELIS, BENHART, V. 33, 60 60 , 56, 60, 64, 77 , C BARTON, C. 24, 25, 60 G 10 13 f 6,,36 10 , 36 . 21, 10 A. 10 60 BENINSON, M. 10 BENNETT, P. 61 25, 36 110, 25 BENNETT, R. 17, 21, 24 BENSON, C. BENTON, D. BERD, T. 61 36 10 BERGLUND, M. 36 BERGMAN, S. 28, 25, 61, 66, 77 BISSETT, S. BETHEL, S. 10 10, 67 BETTERIDGE, M. 10, 24 BILLINGSLEY, K. 10 BLACKWOOD, K. 21, 23, 61 BLAKESLEE, A. 22, 56, 61 BLAZO, R. 1 O BLESSED, K. 24, 36 BLODGETT, P. 23, 56, 61 BLOW, D. 36 BOGER, J. 10 BOGUE, M. 36 BONK, C. 61, 60 BORDINAT, J. 36 BOSTON, M. 36 BOTHE, S. 61 BOTSFORD, B. 22, 27, 61 BOYCE, J. 29, 61 BOYD, D. 10, 24 BOYLES, W. 61 BOYNTON, S. 10, 17, 24 , BRADY, E. 36 BRAILOWSKY, T. 22, 27, 61, 55 BRAIN, J. 10 L 10 17 BRANAKA, - , BRATTON, H. 61 BRATTON, J. 10 BRATTON, K. 25, 36 page 78 CARNEY, B. 26, 62 CARR, L. 62 CARTER, C. 10 CARTWRIGHT, C. 62 CASSELL, G. 36 CELL, C. 41 CELL, C. 16 CHAMBERS, A. 10 CHAPMAN, J. 36 CHATHAM, S. 10, 25, 45 CHENOT, J. 10 CHEN, P. 10 CHISNELL, J. 28, 62, 77 CHRIASON, J. 62 CHRISTIANA, K. 10 CHRISTNER, M. 10 CHRISTOPHER, M. 5, 50, 62 CHRISTY, D. 21 CIVILETTO, S. 22, 29, 62 CALDERWOOD, S. 36 CLAIR, R. 62 CLARK, D. 10 CLARK, K. 28, 56, 57, 62, 77 CLAYTON, R. 62 CLEMENS, B. 62 CLEMMONS, C. 17 CLIMER, D. 62 CLOTEK, P. 10 COCKLIN, C. 10 CODY, S. 7, 36 COGSDILL, C. 27, 62, 66 COLE, J. 92 COLLINS, P. 10 COLWELL, T. 36 CONLEY, J. 36, 46 CONNELLY, M. 60, 62 CONNELLY, P. 10 COOK, R. 11 COOK, P. 11, 17 COOLEY, D. 36 c0oMRE, s. 36, 56 coons, T. ae, 40 coRE, c. 62 COPPENS, M. 24, 36 COPPENS, N. 36 CORAM, J. 6, 11 COUGHLIN, D. 52 COULTER, R. 11 couRAGE, J. 11 COUELL, K. 11 COWIN, K. 24, 50, 62 COX, 0. 11 COYLE, R. 36 CRAIG, K. 36, 56 CRAIG, A. 23, 27, 62, 64 CRAIG, W. 22, 62 CRITES, A. 11, 24 CRATCH, J. 11 CREASON, J. 23 CRITES, B. 24, 62 CROFF, A. 36 CROSBY, K. 11 CROSS, B. 36 CURRIE, A. 11 CURRIER, N. 11, 24 CYPHERS, R. 50, 62 D AMBROSIO, C. 11 DALTON, M. 62 DAMERON, A. 24, 25, 62 DANKO, L. 11 OANKOVICK, J. 11 DANTO, G. 36 DAVIDSON, B.J. 62 DAVIE, P. 62 DAVIS, M. 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G. 49, 65 LA FAVE. MGLESTEIN, R. 12. 24 IAGEN. J. 12 IAGERMAN D. 12 IAGSTROM, K.'22, 64, 65 TAGUE, D. 29, 37 AAGUE, V. 12, 24 T 37 HAINLINE. . HALE, D. 25 HALE, R. 22, 49. 65 HALL. C. 22, 28, 64, 65, 77 HALL, S. 37 HAMILTON. A. 65 HAMILTON, C. 17, 37, 56 HAMMER, M. 12 HAMRICK, C. 12 HANDLEY, K. 12 HANSON, B. 50, 65 HAROENBROOK, L. 37 HARDING, C. 12, 17 HARDING, 0. 37 HARGRAVES. N. 65 HARGRAVES. T. 12 HARRISON. J. 37 HARTRICK. J. 12, 24 HARTT. J. 65 HASSEY, J. 37 HAHLEY. C. 65 HANLEY, C. 23, 22, 44, 65 HAYES, S. 12 HAYNARD. K. 12 HEAVENRICH, S. 37, 53 HEHN, N. 22, 65 HEIL, R. 12 HEIN. A. 24, 25, 65 HEIN, J.A. 37 HEINZMANN, P. 12, 25 HENDERSON. L. 12 HENRICH, B. 38 HERMANN, W. 49, 65 HIGBEE, D. 46, 47, 65 HIGGINBOTHAM, R. 12 HILARIDES. S. 38. 56 HILL, M. 65 HILSEN, A. 38 HINKLE, D. 65 HODGES, K. 38 HINKLE, P. 38 HITCHCOCK, V. 65 HOAGLAND, N. 22, 56, 65, 66 HODGSON. J. 12 HODGSON, S. 65 HOENK, T. 12 HOFMANN, L. 65 HOGAN. J. 38 HOGGSON, B. 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