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lcetoall Track Motor E Dramahcs
Bob bett r known a Deo ow was an addttlon to the
Sentor Class thts vea He halls from that famous tow
c Wheaton He pr xed we y xaluable to our football
and oasketball tearrs a 11 showed a areat aeal o
cwool 'sp1r1t Deafon Nas very hard pressed for trans
portavon out to Barrtngton however he rranaged to
see Sal practlcally every weekend We re gomg to
ntss hlfll next year but not hke hes QOIDQ to rntss
commg up to EA on the Thlrcl Rau' We hope you
aet your WlSh of seelng t'1e world through the open
aoor o' ct boy ar Good luck'
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Tall dark and contme al Duke managed to rrake
qutte a stu' IH hts ast lymg year he e Usually m the
lrre of any slow he rnarage to rnake T1
new mdelv l'r1o.v 1' llttle held l-le was votea Dy
we se-'uo s as mo use 'nnu' sutctde oted or
s Mae Q6l9Cl1O"1 ttes h double hreasted sutts
a'1o h1s seven qallo o hre o Dulce cut qutte a wld
Nath on the carrpus always dernormstratrng hrs t"1o
ouart knowledge o 're 'rue pu p se of a co ed ool
vet G 1s ,mn ab ut ht lutur ocato
Chorus, Chameleons, Aeichlorians, Arts
and Crafts, Girls Athletics
.. ur Q su en.: :IE yea. w ,a are
1q1e g1r 1n ee :rht 'to '1
aol plllf and really l t on flllfl
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aa G 1 her chool Nora Art see
or he always add a o th Cl 'J
1 h 1t be the I-rt l'1s1u of a
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Dorm Counc1l Charneleons Camera
Club Footbah Manager Basketball
T e Dorm R1dge blo.-1 b ez d1I"lO the A azler' J l'l h1
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O ofa neu 'dew 113 r a la 'P
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eat of ,sch s " - ' e. 1 ' fl some qoo"
:heern ll f 1, mes. Ie nne la.: leo rr.aQe
I o' 'n s ' ', .',.-zr.s to be her favorite
f. qs .e ' . e' 1 .e posters before 'ance
Wiet. er . .. ?t't te . teachers college
we all with yo the best of I
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na.-1 been noted by rr1ar1y In phystcs h1.s papers were
or:.rr1: ' , 1 l th se H1 the :lass Be nj
elecfeol to the D 11!or1 ':OL1YlCll, he has turned li J
recor' . 1 p e 'Nl.ll'? his ei-ttertslve work 1: the
C rr. r ' . t nly :i de ru 11 popular ar:,or1g l1l.'
fiends, b . g W the Hllfop a great deal of help
.f" 4' ' ' ' e ' . " stories 'taken with 3 'u:k-t oi
s 1tf and hlS U ' Ish' glance will be long rerierrf
b-rej by a t. Dorri 'Cys Good luck 'Bink
Secretary to Senior Class, Chamele-ons,
Forum Club Orange and Black Major
E Varsrty Football Varsrty Basket
Boo came 1n tne mrddle of hrs Iunror year and rrrrre
lately found hrs place at E A A far as sports ar
concerned he dxd a commendable ob on the football
and basketball squaas Hrs marn rnteret howev
hes rn the opposzte sex namely Charlene They a e
the steadtes steady couple rn school Bob 19 a
able ora or athlete and wrrter All h succes
he world to you
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Chorus Dramatrcs Aerchlorrans Grrls
Pat came to us from Abbott school and after overoarr
ma her lnrttal hyness she becarre one of our rrore
popular tucte ts Always expressrng a keen mfe st
1 athletrcs Pat was especrally mte estea rn basketball
a a spa kea the arrls team to vrctc y Never at l
escort Pat brought several ew faces to our
vrtres Usually rn the forefront o an: lass pray
Pat was a areal addrtrcn to our emo cla May
a a happy one
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At the second semester of last year Ed Costln lomed
our school He d1dnt take much mterest ln actrvrttes
msrde or outside of school because of a certaln 1nter
est rn Wheaton However that mterest ot Eds has
now moved IFTO the v1c1n1ty ot Elgm Remember that
q.uet New Years Eve Ed and Carolyn? Ed left for the
arnry at the kegmnmg of the second semester or th1s
year We hope he IS dO1I'1g as well th re as he dld at
t e Academy Good luck'
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Chameleons Forum Club Av1at1on
Club Varslty Football
Paul carve to the Academy from the great metropolts
lo t he e rn tact the town sort of held h1m In He was
one ot the people who .cept llte IH the Dorm always
1 terestmg 1'z that you never knew 1ust what he was
C1 g to d 'text Wlth hls qulet manaer mescapable
blue u1t and danglmg claa ette he will be long
Venrbere a E A Good luclc Paul
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Secretary Treasurer Major F Sport
Edrtor Orange and Black and l-lrlltop
Dorm Councrl Chess and Checkers
Football Basketball Track
Ralph IS one of the l w senrors who has been here a
E A for tour years ln drrect opposrtrorr to hrs handrcap
ot deatness Ralph has become a la above averag
tudent makrng honor tatus r'r hrs lunror year and
merrt status several trrnes rn hrs Senror year He has
b en a trreless worker for publrcatrons Thrs wa
characterrstrc ol hrs attrtude toward every school ac
trvrtv he entered l-le worked hard for a place on the
varsrty football team and succeeded Wrth hrs gradua
trorr Elgrn Academy loses a frn student and acqurres
a powerful alumnus
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Forum Club Chess and Checkers Bas
Central Amerrcas grtt to the Forrest class arrrved at
the begrrrnrrrg of thrs year lrorr Panarrra Crty Arr
asprrrng athlete Roy became rmmedrately popular
Hrs chref detects lre rrr an appallrng admrratron tor o D
Lorrrs Prrma and hrs peculrar taste rn tre Asrde t orr
the e mrnor defects rt has been a pleasure to have
hrm among us Roy plans to corrtrnue hrs educatron r'r
the states and then return to hrs natrve Pana a Nav
he have the trne future he deserves
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Co President of Aeicfllorlcms Secretary
Treasurer olClr1cJrr1eleor1s Chorus Grrls
e e '1 Jer! nts G f C 0 G11 He
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lurcxmcmcs Chcmeleorrs Forum Club
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o' Revrew Busrness lflonoger fo' Oronge
ond Block Chorneleons Drornotrcs
r orurn Club Grrls Athletrc
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l on '1 xe nelpeo the O onge ono Bac-f ou'
o v T e Morengo tosh hos enl ve 3 ne
Topp House lnestlrrobly He s nolos'
obxhty nos een unquestlonoblv proved tn oooh h
er otus t runror eor one hr n orozte
e o e oll gorno to rr1 s you Moy u
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U 3 leer two yeors here ot good old E A Poserro 1
p oxeo herself successful rn 'nonv :vols One o
nos outstoncung obxlltles rs ner srngl g ond 'me
wos e tertoxned us rnony t1mes 1n Cnopel on on vorr
proo orrs Th1s gol IS better known Gm Flush
o norfe with o rnysterlous hrstory behmd 1 A rrerrbe
c h l'1gh y Severm Sxx she hos prowen he sell t
be rn me mlodle of most of the soclol OCl1V1l19b orouno
Wool ond or some reoson seemed to hove hoo o
t terest '1 Sears Holl No one cor truthfully remerrbe
Flusher mthout somethrng SO1d obout h puddl
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'los olso Deen the e'x.'y of rrony gols when the rroxl
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oni floor of er S ' . ' 1 .A r :Cl ,nic
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oni Consistency in moking the honor roll this yeor.
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Co Preerdent ot Semor Clam Chamel
eor1s Major E Football S11 I'I'1'T1l"1CJ
Track Arts ar1d Crafts
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Bus ness Manager o Hrlltop Aswstaot
Busmess Manager ot Orange and Black
Chameleon Ma or E FootoallSw1m
Teyae pants Texae a owl ofa or
1 er Grove g1rl are a well lvmof 3 '111 narre
5 une-.D manager ol th H1 top he '13 turned 111 a
arxclkle record ol worn ac o pllgftofl H1 g ode
:ear ave 1mp oved trerre ouelf do
ee on Mem Statue cmd had l"'lgt'1 Ho fe a e
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Cl f' 1 t h, l fs r1. ', rr1Are.s.:1on on on, rid
all flat only 1 ' he ,tcel ' thl:t1C1s, '.-.'1r.i1:'g pl Cf
iz, 1:1f ll oortffrghcf football teort., hut E114 ready gm:
drqi f1,'1l. pens. l 1 1 fi, him 11 fdvorrte 'nth
e'.'erw'o1 , f 1 ' 1' ' ll: clothe.: fL'J.a1' 1 ,1.
ccryxert bl-, 1 t r he 1l,: Tl th, f,rr1 l, popul .',:
He cow ' '31 ,1 C111 ,' :I,rrr1:1'1:g .l, 1 If
hearts flutter or recounting P113 adventures 12 Beverly
Hills Ch: . ' 1 'H ,qs ,111 for ir1e:1d1sh'o I, 'ull
go l 1 ' '. Lots of luck and hdgtjsirierr 1n the
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Mexico City, Mexico
Camera Club, Arts and Crafts, Football,
Aarlan or Andy as he 1 known a otfta the carrpp
cave to F A d1rectly fron MGXICO Crty Mexrco Smc
cornlng here he has learned a great aeal of Engllsh
and has become qu1te popular wrth all of the student
Andy doesnt know whether he ll follow rn on
tather oct teps and ao mto DOl1l1CS but whatever h
does we k tow he w1ll corne out on t p
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Captaln of Swxmrn ng Team Dorf'
Councrl Major E Chameleons Foot
ball Track Arts and Crafts
sarre as hls brother Dave and has done his best to
hve up to the precedents set for htm Pens football
career .va cut short by an accxdent recetved rr a
pract1ce scrlrrmage Hls rram loxe Vt ports IS swtrr
rr 'ta xn wmch he excels 1'1 tae breast stroke havtra
e a p ol record whtch wrll u aoubtedly tand a lona
co ob Perl' We all M tt ,I te best of Jck
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Vice-President of Senior Class, Editor ol
Orange and Black, Student Council,
Forum Club, Charneleons
Hank has been a student at EA. for three years H13
,eaqz an is: a iitv to get them act are have riane
h1r1 a valuable rrerrloer of 616117 Ch ol or a'11za'1
lot d chrelly for h1 Nllll"lQ1"lpSS ana amhtf to fllsflu
any abstract sub1ect and the almost 1'1eJ1'ahle ab erfe
ot a he V-lank d y hurror and sat1r1cal mt ha e Dee
he cauxse of rnary outbursts of laugh1-er 1'1 the col
lounge Hank has aone a sple'1d1s1 Job Gs Eohtor
Ch1ef ol the O a ae and Black H1 fhee tul :rr1'1 an
onclnalance haze rracle h1rn rnany 1e'1f' a d '1
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Treasurer of Senlor Class Pres1der1t l
Charneleons Aelchlortans Sports Club
Orange and Black
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'A r fur h 7 1: .ate " Q' ' ' ' 4 1' 1 t,'i Ca hy' 313.1
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.errse of hurrcr She 1.1 efpenally know-Jn for her tad
and 'rl1plorr1ac'j She 114 always the treafurer of one
:lub or an E 7 and seerruz to en'o',' hanalrig :tiene-3'
C 113' 'ff s h 'ryan of tle reforming Dance this
'year nd th- 'urs 11, of in t -v-nt jsroveii Q5 bility
A truly :I r111i1g gin sh- 1- kind to e'.'er','::1e-eve:
:eq lo 'ont interus let A r1l glarl'-' E'.'ery'c:ie
1-.fill riiss Cathy when she l ps for :allege but
all re sigre will rxaks her :ark If 'srorli
'.-.'E1ere'.'er she Q:-es.
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Dorm Council Cliarrieleons Wlaior E
Basketball Track Sports Club
Bill carry 'ig O'l the Patr ck t aai 1 E A
arengo in lf' luntor l-le D '1 vith 'Ill'
pa lcling wit a brain aria a serie o necicues Meri
Status thi ve-ar has not aarrperiea his '1 hu sr
pro e u p a is incl de th Unive itw
H1 s uri but u'1'1v Cal 'o 'ua ls al o at active Good
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Aeichlorians Pep Club Arts and Crafts
Glo IO e'11or year was he hrs last and only one at
th A ademy One ofthe uncontrollable three ol
Perry Giertz and Perry she has blasted her way along
Iron one escapade to another Her Ve onica hair
and Monday m rn1ng look ae particularly unfor
aetfable to tl'ose who were clo ely associated with
her We all w1sh Gloria success in her particular field
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Secretary of Ae1chlor1ar1s Chameleons
A 1e has been wxth us tor tivo years and he great
s '1 e of humor has er1l1ghtened many a dull rromeht
Tapper House 15 kept 1'1 a state of bedlam because of
h rmlechous hurror Bette know as Sunshme Arm
ha a faculty for remembermg lakes a'1d tell hem at
ost appo tu'1e hmes She has an ur1l1m1t a supply
0' popular songs Wh1Cl'1 she can be heara s1ng11'1g
alrrast ar1y'1me aurmg the day or mght We k'1ovw
ma' A'm w1ll make many lr1e'1ds wherever she goes
Cslan fog Cglicffclr'
Camera Club, Chess and Checkers,
Tennis, Basketball, Golf
A newccmer to the Academy in his Senior year the
cornted boy from Springfield got o'f to quite a start
with his grades and activities in the Dorm Always
on his toes ms wit and abilitv to take cracks was
ho NH in 'nany 1 stance throuahout the chool year
So long Stan the best ol luck
Lake Geneva Wisconsin
President ot Maior E Editor in Chief
ot Hilltop Orange and Black Exchange
Editor Student Council Dorm Council
Chameleons Chorus Varsity Football
J bet er KTIOVNW as rnole is one ot the guys every
body like It Nasn Don s tault the football team didnt
win any aarres 'ie was the boy who helped put the
tear' in shape a id gave mary helpful pointers to the
li er'e'i Ee ause of a bad leg we didnt have the help
o thi tivo letter r'an on the playing held but he
ouaht a 'ia d as a'iv ot u Don s stre tath in the shot
pu wi e 'e t c 1'i the Sprirg For hi work in school
a tixities you 'reed but look at the list above Don in
to take h1 asters Vi torestrf while rrinoring in
P ,fsical Ea, Ccoa hing being his -econaary desire?
t . '.', 5 r bon. o. the atcrementioncd will undoubf
-d y bjng . art. the ,zuccess e so deserves.
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Carolyn Has an un uallf heerf nature and we
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Co-President of Senior Class Co-Pres1-
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Chameleons Chorus Major E Foot
ball Basketball Track
Tall handsome B111 corres to us from the steel ctty of
Gary 1nd1ana Stnce comlng to the Academy he has
made qurte a name for hxmself tn athletlcs as well as
rn other ways He rs very popular wrth all the students
especrally the 1a1rer sex Thls year B111 attalned the
presxdency ol the Senlor Class and the Student Coun
11 At the end of the hrst semester B111 was called to
the army Fortunately for h1m he had ftnxshed h1s
academtc work We re orry he couldnt stay for grad
uatton We know that vvrth hts ftne vo1ce and excellent
personaltty he w1ll go a long way 1n the mustcal
world Good luck to one of the frnest fellows tn the
hrstorv ot the Academy
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Dramattcs Arts and Crafts Swtmmmg
Came the m1d term the announcement was made that
Tom was to be graduated as a member of our exalted
Seruor Class A tually TNT had the army hovertng
over h1s head longer than most people realtze and has
really worked hard to fulf1l1 all requrrements to grad
uate Always a rather quxet fellow Tom was acttve rn
dramattcs durrng hrs two years and turned rn several
good pertornrances Hts tnterest rn arts and crafts has
brought h1m seve al awards namely the Scholast1c Art
Exh1b1t ln Chrcago Tom deserves the best and we know
he wont soon forget hls 1 1ends at the Elgrn Academy
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Under the excellent supervision of Mr Manahan and Mr Smith the lunior
class had some very successful class meetings' We were confronted with
but even more lun We Just kept in mind that next year we would be Seniors
and that there would be luniors going through the same thing tor us The
class officers were lamie Vogel who rnade a top notch president Bob Free
burg was vice president and Martha Carpenter was secretary and treasurer
As far as holding our place scholastically Sandra Nelson lack Crsborn Bob
Freeburg and lamie Vogel were very high Bob Polikott won the Current
Events Test tor the lunior Class and was given a book Orsborn Iohnson
Weaver Doree Vogel and Freeburg were all on the Varsity football team
Orsborn Doree Vogel and Freeburg were on the Varsity basketball squad
Ted lohnson was the rnanager larni Vogel and Martha Carpenter repre
sented he li..n1or Class in the Student Council
quite a task this yearg planning and organizing the Prom. lt was a lot ot work
Elhs Collmgbourne Lrlly Nlcholson Smukler Srrogusa Clcmsky Vrneberg Schrerhorrr
Colltns Panos Iosper Mensmg Merrlck I Nlchol Slms Messlclc Kemler Goodmor
Kenyon M1lner Pratt Forrest Cole
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Thrs year s Sophomore class be1ng ln accordance Wlth the tradltrons of all
prev1ous Sophomore classes has made a name for ltself rn the Academy
Good or bad as th1s may be they got oft to a flymg start by electmg Hugh
secretary treasurer Although Freeman left at the 1'I11dlEI'1'1'1 h1s place was
capably frlled by Steve Goodman Plans were Lmmedlately formed for the
The Sophomores were well represented scholasttcally and IH the varrous
orgamzatlons of the school such as Orange and Black Hllltop Ma1or E Club
Ae1chlor1ans and Student Councrl A few of the class were outstandmg 1n
athletrcs Freeman Day and Ronny M1lner were both frrst strmg varstty foot
ball men and Ilm Clansky Hugh Kenyon and Freeman Day were on the
varstty basketball squad
Under the able guidance of Mr Moore and Mr Wahlstrom the Sophomore
class had a very successful year When aaaln they enter the portals of Old
Mam next fall through the valuable experrence and knowledge they have
acqutred the Sophomores will as upper classmen be a real credrt to the
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Kenyon as presidentg Freeman Day as vice-presidentg and Ronny Milner as
Bopp Britton Guernsey Mr Wilhelm D Davis H MacFarland Krohngold Montgomery
B McFarland Harbula Conroy L Sheldon Burgess Shillmglaw
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The small Freshman class got oft to a good start electing louise Sheldon
president Robert Burgess secretary and R chard Conroy treasurer Mr Ewing
and Mr Wilhelm were the advisers of this class In Mr Wilhelm s home room
the otlicers are Richard Davis chairman and Rollin Britton secretary Richard
Conroy is chairman and Iames Krohngold is secretary in Mr Ewing s homeroom
The members of this class are distributed Widely through the sports clubs
and other activities open to them A few Freshmen have High Honors Richard
Davis has had Merit Status throughout the year. Among other activities the
class has sponsored a successful dance and took an active part in the lunior
Red Cross drive. Althougn it now seems like a long time it is surprising to
note that this class will be the graduating class two years from this spring.
Van Nortwtck A Sheldon MacNe1lle Ma uel Rovelstad F Morales Fox D Farny M1ller
Suagusa K1ederlen Phllllps O Collms M Conroy Bowes
event an zglz ll ra es
The seventh and e1ghth grades were Jorned together to make one class of
about stxteen thts year Each student was grven work accordtng to hls abthty
Mr Orsborn the advrser of the group taught health and Engltsh Mr Wahl
strom mathematrcs Mr Walker geography Mtss Turner and Mtss Brott art
and musrc and Coach Schwengel sctence lt ts surprtstng how rnterested the
gtrls were tn sc1ence thrs year
Warren Bowes was unanrmously chosen class presrdent w1th Arkens Mtller
to asstst htm as vrce prestdent lack Stragusa was chosen secretary and
treasurer because of hrs great ab1l1ty wrth numbers Bowes represented the
seventh and etghth grades rn the Student Councrl
Durrng the second semester the boys and grrls had separate classes because
of compltcattons brought up by gyrnnas'1c perrods To lactlttate thts change
of schedule several addrttonal rnstructors were added to the class program
The rmportant events ot the year were the old clothes dance tn February
the tr1p to Chtcago and the class ptcntc on the last day o school Ot the
twelxe etghth graders who graduated seven were rn the seventh grade at
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ln 1ts th1rd year as an 1nstrument of student government the Student Ad
vlsory Counc1l a1ded the adm1n1strat1on rn dec1d1ng many school rssues both
large and small The councrl members are elected by the var1ous classes
through a leadershlp vote thus they are truly representatlve of student oplnlon
The posltron of the councll IS purely advlsory s1nce 1t IS 1n no way d1SCIp1l1'1GI'Y
Several prlvlleges were obtatned for the students 11'l1S year but not Wtthout
careful conslderatton of the responslblllty lnvolved
Three representatwes were sent from the Senlor C'ass two from the Iuntors
and one each from the Sophornores Freshmen and Seventh and Elghth
Grades Each class also elected one alternate
The members of the Advxsory Counctl for the year 1945 46 were B111
Terwllllger chalrman Know 1n the Armed Forcesl Robert Taylor chatrman
second semester D1ck Dav1s secretary Don Sondel Henry Ne11 Cathy N1cho1
Iames Vogel Martha Carpenter and Emlly Forrest
Patrick Binkley Mower Sondel Taylor Hinch Weaver
The present Dormitory Council was formed last yecir after Christmas vacd
tion and has been functioning successfully ever since It was organized by
Donald Sondel and Mr. Walker and they continued as chief student and faculty
advisers, lt is made up of luniors and Seniors while new members are elected
by the Seniors remaining from the previous yecir. Disciplinary meetings are
held on Thursday nights, thus keeping the coal pile low and the grounds
The council, however, is not merely d disciplinary board. lt is student gov-
ernment for the dormitory, the student's voice in the regulations ot the "Dorm."
With the co-operation that has been given, we know thot the council will
remain a leading student organization.
Mr Clupman Andersen Bartell lohnson Sondel McClenaghan Hmch Freeburg Bmkley
Kenyon Carpertte Stevens
Thts year as usual the year book proyect began amld bravely assumed
oaths that th1s one was to be the best yet Well that s up to you to deClde
Je have done what we belteve rs our level best Anyway you can t change 1t
now' Wxth a tme advtser and a competent staff ot wnters we have attempted
to turn out a book whtch w1ll bnng to your mtnd all ot the tun and good
tme you have had th1s year whether the pages be turned on the day ot
graduatton or ten years from now The school needs a powerful alumm and
.ve beheve th1s class IS a hrm step toward that goal Spec1al mentlon for a
good 1ob well done should go to the assxstant ed1tor Martha Carpenter Ralph
Hlnch sports ed1tor and busmess manager Iohn McClenaghan Now you
can read the rest and weep or be happy
Kenyon Copper Bartell Doree Taylor Loomis Forrest Neil Longyear C Nichol
The news of the campus which appears in our mailbox once a month Pl is
the Orange and Black After getting off to a slow start the Orange and Black
gradually became popular among the student body Because of lack of
money the staff was forced to decrease the papers output to four hundred
copies, and mail copies to those who subscribed. Advertising copy was
greatly increased and the Orange and Black made both ends meet for the
first time in years.
This year's masthead was topped by Henry Neil, editorg Emily Forrest,
assistant editor, Bill Longyear, page editor, Ralph I-linch, sports editor, Maxine
Loomis, business manager, Cathy Nichol, circulation, Don Sondel, exchange
editor, Carolyn Stevens, typist. The rest of staff was comprised of Robert
Taylor, Hugh Kenyon, Bob Capper, and Austin Doree. Dr. Edgerton, the
faculty adviser, did an exceedingly good job in keeping the staff busy. His
humorous masterpiece, "Comments from Room l5," has been thoroughly
enjoyed by everyone.
Patrxclc M Schwengel Anders Naz llo McClnaglna'1 Capp r Voael W a
Movter Iohnso O b Hmch So a l Feeburg
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The Ma1or E Club started out the year wrth only tour members just about
the smallest membershlp yet ln the trad1t1o"1al alter football 1n1t1at1on eleven
men were brought mto the club wtth a roar land paddles? The Ma1or E
dance was as usual the blggest success of the year wlth 1ts tme floor show
and decoratlon A new constttuhon was drawn up for the good ot the club
and 1ts members advocatmg tramrng rules sportsmansh1p and more detrmte
qualrhcatrons for entrance mto the club The shack rtself reahzed many
rmprovements IH a new pamt yob outsrde shrubbery mantle for the hreplace
table book shelves and root We only hope that future E members
wrll have the respect and admtratron tor the club that has been tradmonal
Mrss Preusser Pohkoff Collmgbourne jasper McClenaghan Mlss Turn r llrcholson
Krohngold Lord Srrukler Behmer Harbula M Conroy Set 1k Cleary
From the very begmmng of the year the abundant vocal talent promrsed
our able smgmg drrector Mrss Pruesser a hne well balanced group Mrss
Turner was the accompanlst for the group The frrst appearance of the smgers
was made at a Thanksgrvmg chapel program mdrcatmg a successful season
of choral work Wrth dxhgent work by both drrector and students Clokeys
beauttful cantata Chtlde lesus was gn en for the Chrlstmas program wtth
Wrth the second semester the slxteen best vorces formed the Elgm Academy
Smgers The group performed every day 1n the chapel exerctses and provtded
several specral programs The annual Sprrng concert was presented Thursday
March 21 and featured such numbers as A Merry Lrfe by Denza Early rn
the Morn an Engltsh folk song The Lord IS a M1ghty God by Mendelssohn
and Angel of Llght by Borowskt There were also vorce solos by Don
Sondel and Rosemary Lord whrle Shrrley Powell and Betty Macl7arland gave
ptano solos All m all the performance wmch was the ptggest of the year
Went off very well The choral season came to a v ry successful end wrth a
ine commencement program and wtth 1t me graduatron of seven members
Rosemary Lord, Don Sondel, and Bob Polikoft taking the solos.
Lord Mower Twyman Marzullo Ellrs Bartell Schxerhorn Mrss Brott N1cholson Guernsey
Stevens Behmer Harbulo Ladd Mrlls Shrllmglaw Carpenter Iohnson
ARTS AND CRAFTS
The Arts and Crafts Club tor the year was under the dlrectton of Mrss Brott
The group was very actlve ln a varrety ot events throughout the school season
Many new crafts were added to the regular pro1ects ot the class Students
could choose clay cork wood plaster yarn or soap and also contmued therr
work tn drawlng and pamtmg Two plaster desrgns by leanne Behmer and
Tom Twyman were accepted by the yury ot the Regronal Hrgh School Art
Exhrbrtron rn Ch1cago durlng the month ot March
Student commrttees for the Homecommg and the Aerchlorran dances de
s1gned and executed the decoratrons Chatrrnen for the events were Carolyn
Stevens Georgla Srms and Anne Wrlson Each year the members ot the art
classes submlt many pamtrngs to the lane Pelton Pamtmg Competltlon These
pamtrngs are ludged by the members ot the art faculty and exh1b1ted 1n the
gallery from May to September each year Three prrzes and trve honorable
rnentrons are Q1V91'1 Durrng the year Mr Chlpman and Mlss Brott gave several
art talks rn chapel on Wednesday mornrngs Current exhtbrtrons new acqulsx
tlons tor the gallery and permanent collectrons were descrrbed
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The Drarnatlc Club under the sponsorshlp of Mrs W1lhelm has presented
several plays for the enloyment of the student body durlng the year The
purpose ot thrs club IS for the members to get as much experxence as poss1b1e
rn back of the foothghts
Dur1ng the year the club has grven several comedles a rad1o show and one
serlous prece of work
plays and thelr casts durlng the year are as follows Lavender and Red
Pepper Sandra Nelson Evre Farny Ioan Noble Georgta Srms and Sue
EV19 Farny Bob Andersen Georgla Srms B111 Longyear Sue Smale and
Betty MacFar1and and The Gltt of the Mag1 Sandra Nelson Tom Twyman
and Carolyn Stevens These were glven rn the Chrlstmas program December
ZU The Passlng of Chow Chow wrth Georg1a S1I'I1S Bob Andersen Arlen
Mekler and Kenneth Paull and Trrtles a rad1o show w1th Bob Andersen
Sandra Nelson Arlen Mekler Kenneth Paull and Georgla Suns were g1ven 11"
assembly dur1ng March and Apr1l
Smale. This was given in assembly October 19. "lust What They Wanted,"
Hlnch Andersen Earny Mower Steven D DOVIS Twyman Sondel Patrlck Behmer
Sxms W1lson Nell Selcrk
The annual sprmg play lun1or Mlss a three act comedy by George
Chodorov and Ioseph F1elds was presented Saturday evenmg May 4 at the
YWCA The play was a great success and was emoyed by a capaclty
aud1ence ot parents faculty and students
The cast COHS1Sled mostly ot semors who have appeared 1n many produc
t1ons at the Academy and underclas men ol cons1derable talent Anne W1lson
Henry Nell and leanne Behmer played Mr and Mrs Graves and Georgta
S1ms was the older daughter Lo1s B1ll Patrlck had the part of W1ll1S and
Evelyn Farny was Ellen Others tn the cast were Donald Sondel Kenneth
Paull Dlck Dav1s Lloyd Montgomery Ann S9fC1k Bob Andersen Pen Mower
Ralph Hmch and Tom Twyman
The productlon staff conslsted ot Martha Carpenter lacque Pratt Rosemarle
Perry Helen G1ertz loan Cole Ed Fox Art Smukler Larry Ell1s and lamle
Vogel Understudres of the cast were lean Shtllmglaw Eugema Davts Pat
Cleary Betty Maclfarland and Glona Perry
had the leading role ot ludyg Carolyn Stevens played Putty, ludy's triendg
Bartell Andersen Marzullc Patnck Copper Pollkoff Ne1l Mower D Vogel Doodokyan
Brnkley Taylor Weaver Carpenter Behmer Loom1s Sefcxk Lord Mr Moore McClenaghan
Longyear Forrest N1chol Iuby
The Chameleons were formed agam thls year w1th Cathy N1chol as presl
dent and Charlene luby as secretary Mr Moore who was the or1g1nal sponsor
of the club left the Academy 1n m1d year and Mr Manahan and Mr Wllhelm
becam the adv1sers
At the meetlngs Wh1ch were held 1n Sears Hall on the average of one every
two weeks subyects were chosen and members appomted to do some research
on them After the lOplC was reported on 1t was followed by a general d1s
cusslon lust before the end of the meetlng the members enjoyed hearmg
records and were served cokes for refre nment
Chameleons Whlch offers a chance for d1scuss1on on any sub1ect had some
very mterestmg sesslons thls year Many entertalnmg as well as 1nformat1ve
toplcs were dlscussed among the most unusual of whlch was Voodoo1sm
Black Magrc and the many dlfferent theorles of Relncarnatlon
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Icaza Burgess I Vogel Milner Goodman Panos Dcree S Davis I Siragusa Collins
Lilly R Siragusa Bowes Manuel C Nichol Kemler Seidler Iuby Freeburg Mensing
MacNe1lle A Sheldon Collins Phillips Wilson Van Nortwick Ellis Merrick Orsborn
Farny Vmeberg Hinch D Vogel
The Chess and Checker Club, founded four years ago by Coach Orsborn
has had a very successful year. The club has a membership ot sixty people
The team is composed of the tive top-ranking players who are Dave Vogel
Malcolm, Vineberg, Kit Farny, Ralph Hinch, and lack Orsborn
During the summer the club became a member of the "Chicago Chess and
Checkers League" The seven other members of the league are the Chicago
Chess Club Seniors, Chicago Chess Club luniors, Lawson Y MCA Austin
Chess and Checker Club, Hyde Park Chess Club, Viking Chess Club and
Hawthorne Chess Club. The team also played the Glenbard High School
chess team and the M.U.S. chess team. Also during the year Mr McGonegal
Fox Valley champion, played a simultaneous chess match against thirteen of
our players. He won all but one contest, losing to Dave Vogel There was
also a checker exhibition match by Mr. Lindgren, Elgin city champion who
played twelve simultaneous games and Won all of them
The outstanding event of the year was the match on December 14 between
eight of the city s best players and Mr Kaltenowski former world s champion
blind fold chess player The Elgin players were Mr McGonegal Mr Palmer
Mr Kreeger Mr Gray Mr Moore Fr Randolph D Vogel and Vineberg
Mr Kaltenowski who was blind folded won all ot his games some of which
lasted 3V2 hours The match was played in the Art Gallery
G Perry Pratt Carpenter Lord Mllls Kemler Forrest Bopp E Davls Gxertz R Perry
Mxss Brott Messick Shxllmglaw Slms McGraw Harbula Cleary Wilson Stevens Behmer
Nelson L Sheldon I Nlchol Cole C Nlchol Loomts Iuby SelC1k Lord
The Ae1chlor1an ASSOC1Gl1OD emoyed a very pleasant year under the gu1d
ance of Mrs Walker and MISS Brott The oftlcers were pres1dent Charlene
and treasurer Cathy Nlchol Members of the orgamzatlon gave much of therr
t1me for the planrnng of varxous affatrs Several teas were sponsored by th1s
orgamzatlon and the selllng of candy at the football games proved prohtable
The Ae1chs under the chaperonage of Mrs Walker and Mr Ewmg acqu1red
a bus to take them to Mllwaukee to cheer for the team
The all lmportant Aelch Dance on February 23 was butlt around the theme
of Cmderellas Sllpper The Aetch dance IS always looked forward to wltln
great antlcrpatlon for rt IS the largest W1nter dance Wrth the ard of the mam
tenance staff we were able to mstall novel decoratlons whrch were excttmg
Iuby lfirst semesterl, Maxine Loomis Csecond semesterlg secretary, Ann Sefcik,
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Brltton Rovelstad Se1dle D Farny A Sheldon Foy Clansky Weaver F Morales
Conroy Mtller Bmkley Taylor Montgomery
One of the oldest clubs 1n the school the Camera Club has come back
1nto hte Sponsored by Mr Wahlstrom the club has made a very strong
return and 1S expected to stay one of the act1ve clubs for many years
large camera and an enlarger ln the process of paymg for th1s equlpment
the Camera club became sole helr to the candy fortune and a coke machlne
ln Sears Hall and 1n add1t1on they sold plctures to the Academy student body
The sole purpose ot the club IS to teach the younger students of the Academy
to take ptctures develop and pr1nt them Most of the members 1n the club
learned thts Work very rapldly and by pract1ce became more sk1lled 1n
photography as the year passed
ln its comeback the club purchased a great deal of equipment, such as a
M MacFarland Mlller Mr Schwengel D Davls Orsborn Burgess Bznkley Mllner Conroy
Manuel Doodokyan Button S Dav1s Montgomery Rav lstad Stragusa F Morales Foy
Organrzed at the begrnnlng ot the second semester the Av1at1on Club under
the sponsorshlp of Coach Schwengel met on Monday and Wednesday durrng
the act1v1ty per1od Mr Schwengel was a former U S Army bomber prlot and
lS al o a member of the Watch C1ty Flymg Club
The meetlngs on Monday are devoted to ftlms and drscusslon on pre thght
subjects such as theory of tlzght navlgatton radro ards engmes and Weather
Wednesday IS devoted to model bulldrng Nh1ch wrll culmmate rn an exh1b1t1on
and contest DTIOT to the end ot school Members are bu1ld1ng both tlyrng and
scale repllca models of famous war planes and also some are worlang on
ahder models and gasohne pow red shrps
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The Pep Club started durmg the flrst semester under the supervlslon of
Mxss Brott and Mrs Walker The members of the group d1d a grand job of
leadmg the cheers durmg the football season Along Wrth the Aelchs the
Pep Club orgamzed the Homecommg buffet supper bonhre and mov1e
At the second semester Mlss Moser became advrsor of the Pep Club The
group met 11'1 the gym durmg club perlod For the Wmter months they chose
volleyball and basketball tor thelr sports wh1le sW1mm1ng and tenms were
the1r sprmg act1v1t1es
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Taylor M Wxlhelm Copper Nell Doodokyan H MacFarland D Davls Loorrls Forrest
Lcnayea K nyon
The professed purpose or arm of thls club IS to dlscuss the Fundamental
tssues 1n our soctety as reflected 1n current affalrs The procedure of the club
was to elect a chatrman who would take charge of meetmgs propose a sub
1ect to be reported on and lead off the dlscusslon Thls chatrman held offtce
for two weeks at whlch t1me a new chaarrnan Nas elected thus keeptng the
burden off any one person The club was open to all students of the school
and the number of actrve students was eleven The obtect of the dtscusston IS
not to attempt to solve or f1nd a solutton for the lssue at hand but to ftnd out
as much as posstble about rt Some of the malor dtscusstons of the year were
eld on such subtects as educat1on at the present t1me and trends toward
the future the Unrted Nattons Organtzatton and current legtslatton tn the
hou es of congress
Athletrc Dtrector ard Coach MR SCHWENGEL
Asststant Coaches MH EWlNG NR BOLGFR
'te 19 D ootball season under the able leadershtp of new head coach
fr Schv engel an honorably d1scharged veteran started wrth a loss to Park
bcnccl at lndranapohs 28 U came to c heartbrealctng concluston wrth a 19 13
o s to VVheaton Academy
e lc s ot the openlng game v as a drsappotntment to the Academy fans
t as bvrous that the team the lrghtest one that Elgrn ever nad n tts
1 tow had not started to cltck due possrbly to the fact that only a eelc of
machtne c operatlon had been held before thts game
The econd game the home opener was played agatnst Lake Forest Acad
emv our brtterest rrval The game showed an unprovement over the prevtcus
one desprte the fatal hrst auarter whrch dealt us an 18 O loss
The Frghtrng 1-ltlltoppers as they wer called by Gun Chfford the
sports edrtor of Elgln Courler News dropped the1r thrrd game to Wayland
Academy rn our bowl 7 6 Tratllng mo t of the trme Elgrn had a chance to
tre the game but the lack fatled to convert the touchdown The score was
'nade on a 25 yard forward pass to Marzullo from Day
October 27 found our team at Mrlwaukee Wtsconstn playlng Untverslty
School The Mrlwaukee team overpowered Elgrns eleven by a substantlal
3U O score
For the frfth game the l-ltlltoppe s wtthout the servrce of lvlarzullo who was
rntured rn the lvhlwaukee game gatned a seven potnt lead before the deter
mmed cadets who were seektng to avenge last years defeat came oack
strong and dealt the 1-lrlltopp rs therr hfth loss 33 14 Andersen scored tno
toucndowns the frrst one on an 80 yard return of the openmg ktclcoff Orsborn s
educated tce successful converted both touchdowns by splrttrng the upnghts
The t nal aame on the home ground the so called homecomxng game was
plaved aaarnst Concordta Battltng for three and a half excttlna scoreless
auarters the v1s1tors frnally sneaked out for the only touchdown of the game
hrch gave the hard luck 1-ltlltoppers a 6 O setoaclc
The luckless 1-ltlltoppers were edged out tn the1r last game of the season
oy Wheatons fourth quarter rally 19 13 Trarltng at the start of the fourth
uarter 12 O Elgm ralhed and took a 1m lead by one pornt on touchdowns
oy Capper and Marzullo and a conversron by Orsborn But Wheaton sewed
up the game on a long pass rn the tmal three mrnutes
Bob Andersen was elected the honorary captaln of thls years team Ralph
lflarzullo was elected by the coaches to the All Conference second team Few
olayer ere outstandmg but srx underclassmen regulars recetved plenty of
expenence hrch may prove very valuable next year
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The basketball team of l945 1946 nad a season that most people would call
unsuccessful but rn the mrnds of those who know and follow the game 1t was
consrdered a very successful season Wtth the return of only one letterman
Bob Freeburg Coach Schwengal faced a tough problem 1n butldmg up a
team Out of the frfteen game schedule the Htlltoppers have won four games
all of them non conference Thelr frghtrng sp1r1t shown tn all games proved
that they were trytng hard to w1n at all trmes despxte the seemtngly over
The team was probably h1t the hardest than any other team tn the confer
ence when the draft board took B111 Terw1ll1ger hlgh scorrng center and Ed
Costrn a regular guard out of school at the start of the second semester Thxs
meant the reshufflmg of the hneup for the remamtng seven games of whtch
four were conference contests
Probably the most exc1t1ng game that the Htlltoppers ever had was the
trrple overt1me VICTOIY over the Northwestern M1l1tGTY Academy Ed Costm s
charlty toss was responsrble for that most rmportant v1ctory whlch revenged a
loss the cadets handed our team earl1er
The future sees the loss of only one letterman from th1s years team and
w1th more experlence and teamwork they show great pOSS1b1l1t1eS for a frne
season next year
Copper Termlhger Costln Orsborn
Coach Schwengel, Andersen, Patrick, Clansky, I. Vogel, Kenyon, Iohnson, Mgr. Freebura,
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at Woodstock Elgtn 24 Todd 42
8 at Lake Gen va Elgln l3 Northwe tern Mll1lO y 23
1 at Elgm Elgm 23 Todd 35
l at Elgtn Elgm 28 Wheaton 25
Elgtn Elgln 47 lvorthfvestern Mtlltary 45 K3 overtlrre J
Ch1cago Elgln 23 Luther 67
Wheaton Elgln 23 Wheaton 47
Lake Forest Elgtn 22 Lake Forest
Elgm Elg1n 31 Culver Mtlxtary 47
Elgm Elgin 37 Wayland 44
Elgm Elgxn 55 Harms 34
Beaver Dam Elgm 3U Wayland 28
Elgln Elgm 26 Lake Fore t 541
Chlcago Elgxn 37 Pullman 53
Elgln 24 Lake Forest 38 Cseml hnall
Elgln 26 Pullman 40 Cconsolahonj
Ind1cates conference games
Basketball Tournament at New Tner Hxgh School
Coach Schwengel Elhs Menstng Seldler Ntclnolson A Morales lcaza Bmkley
Colllngbourne Clansky Kenyon Hmch
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'February 9 at Elging Elgin 355 Park 60
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'l'l-IE SWIMMING TEAM
The Elgin Academy sw1mm1ng tearr got otl to a late start this year lt proved
to be a weak year for the tankmen due to the tact that most ot the lettermen
of last year did not return
The swunmlng season opened with int rmediates acknowledging a defeat
at the hands of the Y MCA On lanuary 25 the tankmen were host to a
strong Lake Forest squad and the second meet was dropped 42 24 Two
weeks later Lake Forest again deteated the Academy by a 44V2 to 2lVz
margin The next day M U S came and swamped the Academy by an over
whelming score On March 9 Culver Military Academy sponsored the 1nV1ta
tional prep conference swimming meet Fenwick took tirst place with 59
points Nhile Culver Military was close behind with 50 points Third went to
Loyola at 15 Elgin took sixth place with six points and St Ignatius came in
Pen Mower captain of the team set three pool records whlch are likely to
stand for quite some time They were set in the 100 50 and the 40 yard
breast stroke events Coach Orsborn put a lot of emphasis on building up a
sw1mm1ng team for next year With the loss ot only one letterman he ought
to put a falrly good team into the water Some ot the swunmers show
promise ot br1ng1ng 1n a lot of points
With Coach Orsborn s great ability as a coach and tralning on the part of
the boys the next years tankmen should make a big splash
Kohngold Lllly Bowes Marzullo Milner Polikoff Vmeberg Merrlck Lonayear S Davis
Mower Capt R Davis Twyman Fox
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Thrs years track team started out the season as one of the smallest ever
lout what the team lacks tn quantrty rt rs bound to make up rn aual1ty Wrth
the return ot only one letterman Boo Free-burg rn the pole vault the squad
Jrll be made up of practrcally all new men
The sprmt events look good Wrth Marzullo Goodman and Andersen as
poterrtral polnt wrnners The drstances whrch the Academy has a reputatron
or rn not havrng lost a mrle race for manv years wrll be run thrs year by
Nrcholson A Morales Cole and Collmaoourne True treld events wrll also be
well handled wrth Sondel 1n the shotput and drscus and Freeburg rn the
pole vault whrle the broad 1ump and lngn Jump contenders are as yet a
mystery All rn all the team has hopes for a successful season
The 1946 Track Schedule
Apr1l20 Elgrn Elgm Pullman Tech
Apr1l27 Elgrn Elgrn Lake Forest Academy
May 4 Elgln Elgrn St Iohns M1l1tary Academy
May ll Elgzn Elgm M1lwaukee Unrversrtv School
May l8 Lake Forest Elglf' vs Lake Forest Academy and Country Day
May 25 Elgrrt Midwest Prep Conference Meet
lndrcates conference meets
Paull Longyear Patrlck Marzullo Sondel Morale Cole Manuel Twyman Mr Schwengel
Brnkley Morales Fox Slragusa Hrnch Freeburg Mower Goodman Colllngbourne N1cholson
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Orsborrt Due to bad Weather 1n the fall table tenms was played wlth great
cornpetmon After the tennts season Coach Schwengel supervlsed the classes
unt1l the end of the f1rst semester
Mtss lfloser assumed the classes at the begmnmg of the second semester
Athleucs were requlred lW1Ce a Week durlng th regular school schedule A
dressmg room shower and lockers were bullt for the glrls convenxence Bas
Ketboll volleyball swunnnng and tenn1s were the GCl1V1l19S for the year
Cleary Stevens Lord Wllson Pratt Carpenter A Sheldon M1lls Perry Glertz Loomls
Forrest Kemler I N1chol Ladd R Perry Phllhps Krederlen S1ms S Conroy Bopp
Messick McGraw Shlllmglaw B MacFarlcmd E Davls Cole SelClk Horbula Behmer
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The selectlons m th1s years Elgm Academy REVIEW are largely the result
at student dlrectlon and planrurlg All students at the Academy were 1I'1Vll9d
to suorrut marzuscrlpts exerrlphtymg the1r best l1terary ettorts An edltorlal
board nth Maxme Laamls as charrman selected and edlted all works deemed
wartry at publlcahon Mr Roger Moor l-lead of the Engllsh Department
UT1+ll h1s res1gr1at1ar1 mas cluetly respanswle tar the d1rect1an at tl'us group
Tlms yea s RGVIGW IS a tr1bute to tus mterest m the students ard H1 ala1lt
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MAXINE LOOMIS Chcnrmcm
MR EWING Faculty Adv1ser
MR MANAI-IAN Faculty Adv1ser
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When the trme rs here you must act my son The e Nords came from a small
hapen but po sed Chrnese seated on a stra N mat rn the corner Each word was
accentuated by a slow nod of hrs shrrvel d head
ct after muck c nsrderatron and you fzrll act .vrsely
But Father rt seems futrle lf l could understand the necessrty l should obey but
hopeless a cause as "hrs l The pea ant knelt oefore hrs elder hrs crudely
made boots makrng a scraprng sound on tne rough board floor l-lrs pleas seemed
rn varn for the old man s face remarned rmpassrve
small dark Norran darted rnto the room from an almost rnvrsrole doorway
she was clad rn rags yet was neat and trrm
Sen Yu the fathers face shone wrth prrde as he spoke to hrs daughter You
nave hea d your brother s word I-low do you feel? Speak from your heart
Father my mrnd tells me he rs rrght for hrs chances are slrm but my heart says
ne rs a coward He should go not rust to save us but for our chrldren and the gen
eratrons to come The brother Yen Yuen gave hrs srster a harsh look but she had
'r prty for hrm
Sen Yu call rn your honorable mother She rs able to Judge where we cannot
Brrght chrldrsh faces peered from hrdden openrngs anxrous to see what Nas to
happen as the old woman entered Very seldom was the elderly mother called rnto
rnrly affarrs only on momentous occasrons
Walkrng aurckly but wrth drgnrty she crossed to a rnat a lrttle to the left of her
nusband s ln her hands were a steamrng bowl of tea and a few chrpped and broken
l-landrng hrm the tea she spoke Most honorable husband l speak after many
hours of careful thought Our son rs young and strong hrs lrfe yet awarts hrm We
are old we mean nothrng But our grandchrldren and our nerghbors grandchrldren
'ra Je also a lrfe to lead Each man at some trme reaches a decrsron Thrs rs our
son s and l would leave rt to hrm l know he wrll follow you and act rrghteouslv As
one far greater than v e once sard To see what rs rrght and not to do rt that rs want
ve heard our words l wrll say no more The decrsron ests wrth you
For a moment the boy was srlent hrs yellow skrn drawn trghtly over hrs forehead
Slowly he relaxed and rose at last to hrs full herght lookrng at hrs father for the frrst
t 'ne as an eaual Father l pay trroute to yo.r and my wrse mother l shall go glad
lt could have oeerr no other way
You have chosen wrsely The trme rs here Yen Yuen Tears came to the elders
e es as he watcned hrs son say goodbye to the otners
No N he approached the old man perhaps or the last trrne and knelt as before
Only tn s trme hrs boots drd not scrape tne foor fo he kne ff hrs f ay and faltered no
onger You have shown me the path rny father Be re l x as a weaklrng l ord
ou fare ell
Tae anc ent parent notrced a ne 1 lght rn hrs son eyes For the rst trme they
re clear and c ntented l-le 'rad t last found hrs duty rn lrfe and to fulf ll rt Nas
al tfrat was let Gurdance v rll corne my on Peace oe tn yocrl
Yen Yuen left rne nut l-lrs wr e wept drsconsolately rn tfre corner out the old man
emed to strarghte uo as he reached for ls cup of tea
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Amxd Joyous shouts morbld grumbhna ard doletul
s lence another school year begrns Classe start
happrly and become drudgery by the end ot tne
trst week Brulsed and beaten bodtes are hauled
rn from the teld as a srgn that football pract Ce as
begun Htgh runmng contemplatron of the new
coach vho detarned DY the Army arrlves t o
weexs late As usual the get together dance
comes oft on the rst Saturday ot school and goes
ox er hke a lead zeppehn The new admlmstratlon
gets off to a roartng startllll
Class otttcers elected Halt of the student oody s
male populat1on rs all but k1lled off 1n the Park game
last blg pep sesslon before Lake Forest garne
Sweat runs treely as exams and trrst gradrng
perlod draw nlgh Football team goes to Mrlwau
kee for boxrng match Mr Grathwell IH talk on
F Bl reports holdup by Elgln youth Aerch tm
tratron shakes some fello N s tatth 1n grrhsh grrlhood
The muslc department presents 1ts annual recrtal
'It the art gallery v rtn M ss Preusser M ss Turner
and Mr Kratky O nd B beglns pubhcatr '1
oound and deterrrnned that t'1e paper shall su port
ttse r Ah dreams Questlon o' the montn
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Deacon s kickoff touchdown marks beginning of
Northwestern game 33 14 loss marks end of it Last
minute preparations and then Homecoming dance
Spirits dampened by Concordias scratched out 6 U
victory out dance a big success as Fletcher Butler s
band delivers Cathy Nichol elected Homecoming
queen and is crowned by Bill Terwilliger Wheaton
Wrestlers and Blind men s reffing association deal
Academy football team its last defeat 19 l3 in last
minute of play Miss Preusser and Mrs Chipman
play the exciting Scaramouche suite for two pianos
by Darius Milhaud Everyone has been humming it
ever since What goes with turkey dressing mash
ed potatoes and tr1mm1ns9 Thanksgiving of course
and a welcome break in the schedule
After four days of practice the first basketball game
was dropped to Todd and in a revenge game they
beat us again Dr Dudley Crafts Watson spoke on
Mexico in a distinctive forum program Mr Kalta
nowski amazes chess fanciers by playing eight Elgin
men at the same tme blindfolded and winning
every game, UE" Club dance blasting success. Floor
show helps as Capper proposes to Kemler lamie
helps out Annie, Freeman shows his basketball skill
and Deacon " ltTerwilliger " and 'Nose-'W did a
handsome jg, The chorus presented Clokeys
'Childe lesus" in the Christmas program. Twenty-
first and everyone goes screaming away from school
ard ho'ne to the :Qreside and Christmas tree.
rmposstble t trna ne a rrcre shot lookma roup
than carne kock to the Academy alter that New
Year s Eve rtple overttme North western Vrctory
goes do n tnto Academy ht tory as Costm stnks the
mnntng free th o J 1n sudden death overttme
Full length movte lflj rrtend Fltcka shown tn
a semblv Nana O mera daughter ot prestdent of
Pl tltpptne Commonwealth p aks on the problems
ot her countrv m notable forum prograrn Student
AdV1SOIY Counc1l gtves snappy Dr l Q program
1th candy ba s as pnzes Frosh Froltc goes
over bla wtth even btgger parttes at Kenyons
afterwards Penctls tlv and paper tarrly burns as
taken tn more than one Nayl Second semester
groans mto motton on the twenty etghth
Basketball team do fvns l-larrts mtnus the Army s two
new puptls Termlltaer and C sttn Culver swlm
meet postponed TB tests thrtll all Htlltop
p1ct.1res taken Vorum comrmttee presents Harold
Kennedy noted playwrtte actor and producer rn
humorous lecture on Behmd the Scenes tn Broad
Park basketball team whtps our team lm
resstve tounde s day program wrth Mrs George
Fr eburg alumna and a member ol the board of
trustees Palph Marzullo Martha Carpenter Dtck
Davts Loutse Sheldon ard Warren Bowes takmg
oart m the ceremcntes Pullman beat us tn hard
lought basketball game The gtrls retgn omntpotent
as the Aetchlonans dance looms up and pops tn
surp tsed laces on '73ra Ntth Lenny beattng out hts
blue rhythm Nora Vlfaln outstandtng
speaker ot me yea atfes lecture o Repo t on the
German People 1n De'eat
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schools ayrn Lake Forest beats powerful Park
auad for rst place tn conference uhtle :Je lost to
rullman Tec or a fourth place stand1ng lntra
r ls held ard aculty team assumes ull control of
t e schedule p ced DY Srnttty and C O Sch ffenael
Sondel g1ves up those extra three boxes of VJHSCIUGS
to cooperate mth the food conservatton program
Sophomore dance becomes one of the best dances
f the year mth old cloth s straw brlght shlrts and
Lenny all present 1h force Chorus gtves flrst sorlng
concert on 'tlst D1ck Conroy s1ts on sw thumb tacks
at once 1n art class and survwes Mr Sm1th g1ves
me sttnkenest chem test ever concetved and stu
dents pohtely collapse tnto Sprtng vacahon and
Waa a lovely eelmg to Just relax and let Sprma
ever take tts course but classes must go on there
oughta DG a law Talk o a baseball team r1ses and
alls go1ng rather sw1ftly both ways Track sutts
arrtve and the fellas begm to get the ldea and sore
muscles at one and the same ttme Dramattcs Club
we a e b f on the 'tftn We meet Dullman Tech
t our ela r the ftrst track meet of the seas '1
A Yesl Track meets we ve got to haue yet Lake
r rest met on the 47th also here as men oegtn to
t l'l91T strlde Tennts rratcl' v 1th M J S on same
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and best schedules tn many years Congratulattons
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House for the Prom Oh' look who got back IH t1me
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to have grades too'
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goes wrth graduatron robes All school prcntc rn
whrch somebody always gets thetr feet Wet goes as
usual Teachers and students wear broad grms as
the end of term and vacatton loom near Class day
wtth a few av ards and pratse gtven out School
p1cn1c the book of the year IS glven out The great
moment lS at hand Comrrencement speeches gt Jen
tmportant afxards are made a se tors sweat t t
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Taylor, travelling incognito,
I-le told us he was working at Pens Plant, so
just followed him into the Ghetto, where it was lol
cated. We found Pen hard at work posing for the
loving cups. As we stood at a respective distance
we saw Super Heated" l-linch come in with a tes'
tube full of a madly bubbling solution which ex-
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search chemist all over the wall. After a brief conf
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continued on our way
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Costin playing his clarinet to attract attention The
pouncing on the poor unsuspecting people ne had
abolished New Dealism and was tcuding the
m rits of his new platform The Ba w Deal Hi
eypenses were garnered DY Dead Pan Perry wh
was passing the hat throughout the stricicen crowd
Dashing up the stairs we happened to stumble
over Max Loomis She was cra wling about on hands
and knees After measuring the Presidents offic
she had trouble getting out of a stooping position
We were led to understand tha she was decoratma
the Presidents suite in chartreuse and pink with
elaborate Cstriped vith redl furniture She was
happy so we left without further question
A trans Atlantic hop and Paris was our next hot
spot of trouble Seeing a large crowd we became
inquisitive getting closer we managed to see the
Models Model Anne Wilson ln the first 28 ro If
there were a thousand drooling Counts and Vs
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ing trie Revelry that only Paris can muster B ll a
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nervous so relentmg to the ldct thdt somewhere we
hdd mtssed three lemlnme members ol our cldss
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to reldy dnd enroy ourselves we found out thdt the
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