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in the warm lunefsky at, Prom 1970.
Many of them dangled from the
ceiling, andra few wereseen spar-
kling in the eyes tof'EHSl gftrdenrsg
The junior Class Spent Weeks in de-
signing and paitntinglposterslgfor the
walls, whileparentsfcoirieeintrated on
plans for PostgPriQm held atfthe Em-
bers, where the decolrative itherne
carried oustsan alstroliligiball signsfof
the zodiac motif..Thiefunoffieial par-
ties after the promstook seniors into
many of the resort areas in northern
Illinois and southern Wisconsin.
It was a proud time, for par-
ents, teachers, and most of the
students. This was the setting
for graduation 1970. The sad-
ness of leaving behind friends,
laughter, themes on books you
never read, lunch hours, and
poker games in the senior
lounge. But graduation was
also a time for excitement, the
college careers that lay ahead,
and the joys and sorrows of
expanded friendships and a
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A Homecoming without rain? Elgin fans thought they'd nev-
er see one, but when the team went out to meet their old ri-
vals, the East Aurora Tomcats, they played on a dry field and
cool autumn night.
The annual festivities started out early on the afternoon of
October 9, 1970 when some of the students of E.H.S. presented
a Charlie Brown skit, letting the audience join in with cheers
and songs to take the place of the long lost pep assemblies.
Even the Homecoming parade came through with sunny
skies. All the floats took their place in line and showed the
people of downtown Elgin what the students of their oldest
high school could really do. All the organizations carried out
the theme of "Saturday Night at the Movies". All took hard
work and showed it, including the first alumni float.
After the parade, all was made ready for the game. The goal-
posts were decorated and the floats were lined up for judging.
The weather continued to hold out as the team ran on the
field. Mums covered the bleachers with big Maroon E's in the
center. At half time, Mr. Alexander crowned Terri Roth and
Mark Clemens to reign as Homecoming queen and king. The
band marched and played the tune "Yellow Balloon" while the
pom pon girls performed to "Mission Impossible". The only
factor missing was a victory when the Tomcats rolled over Elgin
with a score of 27-8.
Terri and Mark hosted the annual dance which began after
the presentation of the tiarra to Terri and the loving cup to
Mark. The gym was decorated with movie gimicks of all kinds,
done by students that gave up their Saturday afternoon to pre-
pare the downstairs for the second festivities of Homecoming
1970. A group played which consisted of many alumni of E.H.S.
On Sunday most of the senior class turned out for the class
barbecue at'.Memorial Field. There was free food which natu-
rally brought out the crowd, and the regular sports of football
and grass fights.
All three days of activities made for one Homecoming the
students and faculty of Elgin High School should never forget,
and a big hand goes out to each and every one who made it a
MAN OF LA MANCHA
The lights dimmed, a hush fell over the crowd, thus was
"The Man of La Mancha." Possibly the most outstanding
student dramatic event in EHS history, "Man of La Mancha"
was directed by Mr. Raymond Goettsch and musical direc-
tion was led by Mr. Charles Beckman. The cast and crews
rehearsed long hours for the production of the play. "Man
of La Mancha" was recently released for amateur use. How-
ever a touch of professionalism was added by the rented
costumes which were used, along with the staging of the
play at Hemmens Auditorium.
The plot deals with Don Miguel Cervantes, who is impris-
oned during the Spanish Inquisition. He has with him the
complete script of Don Quixote, which the inmates threaten
to destroy. In return for the unharmed script Cervantes pre-
sents his play with the prisoners taking part in it. His book,
Don Quixote, concerns an old idealogical man who sets out
on a quest to right the wrongs of the world.
The audience never lost in attentiveness as they were con-
stantly confronted with the brilliantly done musical num-
bers, "Man of La Mancha" and "The Impossible Dream"
sung by Don Quixote and Sancho Panza. "Aldonza" and
"Dulcinea" were sung by Aldonza, with the entire company
joining in with the "Impossible Dream".
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DAD ' DAUGHTER
"Those Were the Days" was the theme for
this year's Dad N' Daughter Date Nite. Hostess
Pam Eskey began the evening by welcoming
the dads and daughters. The coke bar and roast
beef dinner were provided by the Embers, with
Levi and Debbie Lathen providing the laughs.
Later on the Boys Ensemble surprised the audi-
ence, and Kathy White, with some songs and
ad-libbing. All this added up to one date that
won't be forgotten by either the girls or their
Once again, girls had a chance to ask that "special" boy to the annual Turna-
bout Dance held in April.
This year the Girls' Club made many changes from earlier years. The dance
was held at the Blue Moon Ballroom instead of the high school gymnasium.
The theme of the dance was Puppy-Luv. The evening consisted of a buffet and
dancing with the music provided by the jasmine. Chairmen for the dance were
Kathy White and Karolyn Welu.
For the second time this year Elgin High presented an out-
standing play. The selection went to "Picnic", the story of a
small town and the aspirations abandoned and fulfilled by the
people who lived there. Sara Templeton played as Madge
Owens - a girl of great beauty, but lacking the excitement and
love which meant an eventful life for her. Ned Rifken was Hal,
the young vagabond who was only to followed by troubles,
and Madge. Mr. Raymond Goettsch acted as faculty director,
while Steve Kuehl assisted as student director. The effect of
their joint efforts, the hard work of cast and crews made Elgin
High's production of "Picnic" just that.
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The Eiffel Tower, fountains, flowers, this was the setting of
Paris and Prom 1971. But the atmosphere was not all due to the
decorations, the combination prom and post-prom were held
at the Blue Moon instead of the EHS gym. The juniors and
many parents contributed long hours of flower making, bridge
building and balloon blowing towards the prom. The enter-
tainment was provided by the Seven Seas and a hypnotist, who
proved to be as spellbinding as the prom itself.
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As school ended and graduation approached
the Class of '71 put its final projects into affect.
The class supper, baccalaureate, recognition
assembly, and graduation were all part of the
process which ended one life style and began
another. The lost football games, and bad re-
port cards will fade as the good remembrances
of EHS remain. With these memories and
hopes for the future, the seniors of the 99th
graduating class will pass from EHS leaving be-
hind a record not to be equaled or excelled.
EHS GF THE
The new EHS. The foundation has been laid, girders se-
cured, and the cement is being poured. But more than a
physical foundation has been formed for the new high
school. An attitude is being formed also. One which will be
transplanted from the 100 year old stucture on Du Page to
the new one on Route 19. A lot of problems will be solved
with the completion of the new EHS, however a lot more will
remain. Enthusiasm, participation will be the ground work
for the new high school. With a module system being put
into effect it will be even more difficult for students and
administration to get together. School could easily become
a punch card factory. But down to this -- your environment
is what you make it. The new EHS could be a learning center
made up of more that just books. People and experiences
could make it much more. Concern begins with yourself
and then spreads to others. It is the foundation of getting
along and perhaps the one for the new EHS.
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"When the moon is in the Seventh House,
And jupiter aligns with Mars -
Then Peace will guide the planets,
And Love will steer the stars.
Harmony and Understanding,
Sympathy and trust abounding,
No more falsehood or derisions:
Golden living dreams of visions -
Mystic crystal revelation,
And the mind's true liberation.
This is the dawning of the Age of Aquarius .,. "
Harmony and understanding, with each other,
sympathy and trust aboundingg no more falsehood
a good, honest look at ourselves - do we "cop
out"? Are we filled with empty phrases?
Peace on Earth, thru Love , . .
The Age of Aquarius!
Can we discipline ourselves to make the dream
" ... Not having to say you're sorry" might well be one
of the most significant phrases of the seventies. It repre-
sents the basis for a good self-image and the ultimate in
Controlling our individual actions and statements so
that they fit this phrase is a goal for which we should all be
reaching. Even though we never reach the goal complete-
ly, the resulting improvement in how we might see our-
selves and others would undoubtedly be worth the effort.
Dean Of Students
Our society needs individuals who feel free and in-
dependent but who are nevertheless willing to do what
is expected of them. We need individuals who will fit
into society without friction, who can be guided with-
out force, who can be led without leaders and who can
be directed without any aim except the one to "Make
good". It is not that authority has disappeared, or even
that it has lost it's strength, but that it has been trans-
formed from the overt authority of force to the anony-
mous authority of persuasion and suggestion.
SEATED LEFT TO RIGHT Henry Tschappat Dr Paul Lawrence, Superintendent, Theodore Akemann, President, Rob-
ert Skelly Secretary Treasurer STANDING LEFT TO RIGHTJ E. Grant Swick, Richard Smith, E. C. Wilson, Dr. Eugene
BOARD OF EDUCATIO
Two changes were evident in the makeup of the
1971 Board of Education. Mr. Robert Skelly, assistant
superintendent, was chosen to fill the vacancy creat-
ed bythe retirement of Mr. Willard Beebe as Secre-
tary-Treasurer to the Board. Mr. Beebe had served
the district for more than forty years. The other new
Board member was Mr. Henry Tschappat, who had
served previously as a member of this august body
and who was elected to replace Mr. Levi Lathen,
who did not seek re-election.
A continuing problem facing the Board is the rap-
id rate of growth of our school district. New build-
ings to be constructed, additional faculty to be
hired, hundreds of new students to be transported
- these are just a few of the myriad problems facing
these men in their hundreds of committee meetings
during the year. The major permanent committees
this year were Finance and Auditing, with E. C.
"Bud" Wilson as Chairman, Educational, chaired by
Richard E. Smith, Properties, Dr. Eugene Blair serv-
ing as chairman, and Insurance, E. Grant Swick,
Chairman. Mr. Theodore Akemann was again cho-
sen to serve as the President of the Board of Educa-
tion, a position he continues to dignify.
SUPERI TE DENTS
Dr. Paul R. Lawerence Robert F. Skelly
Superintendent Assistant Superintendent - Business
Samuel Nicholas Dr. Richard,D. Hibschman
Assistant Superintendent - Curriculium Assistant Superintendent - Personnel
E. C. Alft
Carol Anderson Charlotte Anderson Warren Anderson
Kenneth Azinger Doris Baldridge L. E. Bauer
Patricia Bergeson Robert Blewett lack Booth
David Brown Kent Brown Louise Brown
Richard Browning james Buchheit Enid Burns
William Chesbrough lohn Corn james Crinigan
Richard Demuth Erma Dirks Stanley Donegan Larry Drafall
Robert Duffield Marvin Elben Leonard Enrietto Warren Etter
Robert Foster Ron Freedlund
Robert Gilliam Raymond Goettsch
Ellen Hackman Phillip Haffner
Constance Hartman David Hines
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Russell johnson Irwin Johnston Greg Kane
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George King janet Klein Eloise Koehn
Margaret Kuntzelman Richard Lake Steven Lengell
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Glenn Lose Gerald McCarty Elilabeth McKay
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Wilfrid McWilliams Robert Mahnke Stephen Mansfield
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Dennis Martin Renate Matteaus june Miller
Frederick Nelson Duane Ohl Sherman Ovelmen Alice Pragman
Earl Reiger Catherine Rogowski
Susan Schwanke Norman Scibetta
Evelyn Shultz Robert Smith
Richard Stephens Edwin Stieben
Amy Rousch Howgard Schulte
William Shaw H. H. Shelby
Douglas Steensland Neil Steffens
Annette Theodore Joyce Trimble
Maxine Turek Leo VanderKamp
lames Wallace Richard Wiggall
Barry Van Hook Dorothy Wallace
Helen Winslow john Wirtz
C-erald Zaslavsky Toni Zimmerman
W- cu-xss or '71
MMM,,,,..,...- On the wings of Pegasus, the
if YM""' senior class of "71" soared to new
5 heights. Many outstanding se-
niors created spiritual "forget-
me-nots", beginning in Septem-
A ber as homecoming activities got
2 under way. Plans began in the
summer and continued many
long hours into the night to make
"Saturday Night at the Movies"
an outstanding memory for the
entire student body. The seniors
also planned the class supper and
. graduation activities. Responsibil-
f ity for the success of Homecom-
ing and various other Senior activ-
ities can be credited to this years
all volunteer class council who
assisted President Bob Lea, Vice-
1 President Pat Chamberlain, Sec-
retary Rita Kozak, and Treasurer
The seniors built a model of
Achievement for the lower class-
men to follow.
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Class Officers. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: ROW 1: Pat Chamberlain,
Diane Farmer. ROW2: Bob Lea, Rita Kozak.
Class Council. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT: ROW 1: Bill Koehring, Tina Sykes, Bobbi Van Alstine, Gary Becker, George Schneider,
Bob Christian, Mike Volkening, Del johnson. ROW 2: Pat Chamberlain, Rita Kozak, Sue Hardt, Ruth Hoppenstedt, Diane Wiedner, Cindy
Mann, Larry Mink, Steve Rakow. ROW 3: Sue Bellack, Sue Ketcham, lan Lohs, Marian Drzonek, Kathy White, Karolyn Welu, Sandi Masi,
Sue Unruh. ROW 4: Mr. Lake, Diane Farmer, Reggie Hipple, Maureen Combest, Kim Sutter, Karen Kleiser, Rick Hartman, Mitch Mc-
Donald, Pat Driscoll, Bob Lea.
MARIA G. ABITUA IULEE A. ACKMANN
Nickname: Hontry, Activities: Aeolian,2, Activities: Student Council 2,3g Cheer-
leading 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,3,4.
KAREN LEE ANDERSON LINDA ANDERSON
Activities: Art Club, Representative.
TRYST ANDERSON VIRGINIA LEE ANDERSON
Nickname: Twede, Activities: Mirror 2,3, Nickname: Mousie.
4, Editor 45 Football 2,3,45 Wrestling 2,3,-15
F.T.A. 3,45 Student Council 2,3.
IOHN L. ALFT LINDA ALTEPETER
Aqiviyiegz Minor 2,3,45 0055 Cguntry 25 Transferred from Dundee Senior High
Tennis 2,3,-1, Concert Band 2,3,4, Pep School,Dundee, Illinois, 1969.
Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 jazz Band 4.
MUNSON ANDERSON IR. REBECCA ANDERSON
DIANE SUE ANDRESEN
Nickname: Dee, Activities: Class Council
2,3g G.A.A. 2,35 Pom-Pon 3,45 Pep Club 2,
KAREN MARIE ANNAU
THOMAS W. AUBIN
Nickname: "Little Ears"
SANDRA BANBURY DAVID BARNES RA
Nickname: Sandi. Nickname: Dave, Activities: Student
Council 3, Concert Band 2,3,4g Orchestra
3,4p Tennis 2,3,4, Cross Country 25 Pep
IUDITH DIANE BAXTER
Nickname: ludy, Activities: G.A.A. 25
Girl's Club 2,3.
SHIRLEY ANN BAKER
Activities: C.,A,A. 2,35 GirI's Club 2.
NDY BARTELT DOUGLAS BAXTER
TIMOTHY B. BAYLY
Activities: Student Council 2,3,4, Sound-
ing Board 3,45 Executive Council 35
Activities: Class Council 2,3,4, Basketball
2,35 Baseball 2, Cross Country 27 Student
GLEN IOHN BEDOE
Nickname: Flash, Activities: lr. A capella
2, Sr. A capella 3,4,
KATHLEEN IOY BEERS
Nickname: Thia, Activities: Orchestra 2,3,
45 Orchestra Pres. 45 G.A.A. 2,35 lr. A ca-
pella 45 Dramatics 25 1,2,3 Fine Arts Club
SUSAN KATHERYN BELLACK
Nickname: Sue, Activities: Student Nickname: Mike.
Council 25 Class Council 3,45 Mirror 2,3,4,
MICHAEL T. BELLINCER
Nickname: Lettuce, Activities: Student
Council 35 Tennis 3,45 Transferred from:
Elgin Academy, Elgin, Illinois.
KATHY BERENDSEN MICHAEL L. BERNDT
Nickname: Mikey, Activities: WEPS 2,3,4
Aeronautics Club 2.
BARRY BIESTERFELD MIKE BLOOM
Activities: Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Base-
ball 2, Pep Band 3,4.
Transferred from: Barrington High
School, Barrington, Illinois 1970.
WILLIAM A. BOBBITT
Nickname: Bill, Activities: Intramural
Transferred from: Barrington High
School, Barrington, Illinois1970.
IAMES BOESTROW RICK BONNOM
Activities: Band 2,3,45 lr. Acappella 2, Sr.
Acappella 3,4: Swimming 35 Concert
Band 4, Boys Ensemble 3,4.
DENNIS BLUME KEN BLUMENSTOCK
Transferred from: Barrington High Nickname: Gomer, Activities: Wrestling
School, Barrington, IIl.1970. 2,3.
Nickname: "Boose", Activities: Football
2: Art Club,
DAVID BRENER JANE M. BROWN MARY LYNN BROWN
Activities: Cheerleader 2: Transfered
from: Conant High, Hoffman Estates, Illi-
Nickname: Brownie, Activities: Maroon
2,35 Tennis 2, Girls Club 4, Pep Club 4,
Pom-pon 45 G.A.A. 2,3,4.
Nickname: Uncle Leg, Activities: Football
253,45 Swimming 2,35 Baseball 2,45 Senior
Acappella 3,45 Boys Octet 3,4.
S. BETH BRUNTON
Activities: Sr. A cappella 45 Aeolian 25 AFS
President 45 Debate Team 45 French Club
45 Environmental Club 4.
IAMES R. BUCKHAHN
Nickname: Buck, Activities: Football 2,4.
VICKI LEIGH BURNIDGE IILL ANN BURNS IAY BURSTEIN
Activities: Aeolianz, Nickname: jill, Activities: G,A.A. 25 Pep Nickname: Burny, Activitiesr Mirror 2,3,
Club 3,4. 45 Class Treasurer 25 Tennis 3,4.
Activities: Football 25 Wrestling 35 Trans-
fered from Larkin High School, Elgin, Ill.
Activities: Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45
Aeolian 25 Sr. A cappella 3,45 Student
Council45 AFS 4.
WILLIAM CASTLE ANTHONY CENTANNI
Nickname: Bill, Activities: Audio Visual 2, Nickname: Tony,
35 Chess Club 2,3,4.
Nickname: Pat, Activities: Class Council
2,3,45 Class Vice-Pres. 45 Pom-pon 45 Pep
JEFFREY PAUL CHANDLER
Nickname: leff, Activities: Swimming 2,3,
45 Student Council 45 AFS 45 Pep Club 3,
45 Environmental Club 4.
ROBERT IAMES CHRISTIAN
Activities: Basketball 2' Sr. A ca ella 34
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Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Pep Club 45
Class Council 4.
Nickname: Sub, Activities: Football 25
Basketball 3,45 Baseball 3,45 Student
Council 35 Steering Committee 25 E-Club
DEBRA ELLEN CHRISTENSON
Nickname: Deb, Activities: Drama 35 Pep
Club 2,35 Student Council 4.
Nickname: Clem, Activities: Student
Council 2,3,45 Vice-President 35 Class
Council 25 Class President 25 Football 2,3,
45 Basketball 2,3,45 Golf 25 E-Club 3.
Transferred from Galesburg High School,
Nickname: Sue, Activities: G.A.A. Trea-
surer 3, vice-President 4, Tennis Team 2,
Captain 3,4, interscholastic Badminton 2,
Activities: G.A.A. 2,3,4, Girls Club Coun-
cil, Student Council 2, Pep CIub4,
ORA MACK COLE
Nickname: Mackcie, Activities: Pep Club
Nickname: Moe, Activities, Class Council
3,4, Student Council 4, Wrestling Scorer
Activities: National Honor Society 3,45
Forensics 3,4, High School T.V. Quiz
Team 3, French Club 3, Wrestling 2,4,
Transferred from , East Nashville High
School, Nashville, Tennessee.
Nickname, Deb, Activities, G.A,A. 2,3,4,
Girls Club Council 2, Senior A Cappella 3,
CRAIG CONNER TIM CONNER MIKE F. CONROY IEFFERY CORSINI
Nickname, Bugeye. Activities, Golf 2,3,4. Nickname, Buzz, Activities, Cross Coun- Activities, Swimteam 2.
try 3,4, Track 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, E-Club
3,4, Intramural 2.
Activities: Pep Club 2,
3. 3,4, Basketball 2, Intramural Basketball 3, Club 4.
4: Gymnastics 4: Pep Club 2,3,4g Student
Activities: Football 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,37
Golf 2,3,4: E-Club 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4,
Nickname: loja, Activities: Pom-Pon 3.
JEFF CREMEENS GERI DAHLY
Student Council 2, Nickname: Creemy, Activities: Baseball 2, Aqivitiegg Student Council 2? 1,2,3 An
BETH A. DAVIS
Activities: Art Club 2,37 President 37 Stu
dent Council 3: G.A.A. 2,3,4.
LARRY DAVIS DIANE DECKER MARK DeHAAN
Nickname: Deck, Activities: Pep Club 2,3, Activities: Swim Team 2,3,4: Tennis Team
4: G,A.A. 4. 2,3,4.
ED DIETRICH MARY DILLON
Activities: Student Council 3. Activities: Future Teachers 25 Class Coun-
cil 35 Aeolean 25 Girls Chorus 35 Senior A
PETER IOHN DOMINOWSKI
Nickname: Pete, Activities: Golf 25 As-
sembly Committe 3,45 Chairman 45 Exec-
utive Council 45 Environmental Commit-
tee Chairman 4.
Activities: Aeolian 2.
DEBBIE D. DOERINGSFELD
Activities: Band 2,3545 Student Council 35
Pep Band 3,45 G.A.A. 3.
ROBERT D. DRINKALI.
Nickname: Bob, Activities: Basketball 25
Intramural Basketball 3,45 Golf 2,3,4.
BETIY I. DOMINGUEZ
Nickname: Brownie, Activities: Future
Nurses Club 2,3545 President 45 Student
Council 2,3,45 Secretary 45 Pep Club 2,35
Girls Club Cabinet 25 G.A.A. 253.
Activities: Cross Country Country 2,3,4I
Track 2,3,45 Captain 45 Wrestling 25 Stu-
dent Council 3,4, President 45 Maroon 35
lntra mural Basketball 2,3.
Nickname: Rabbit, Activities: Aeolian 25
G.A.A. 3: jr. A Capella 3: Pep Club 4:
IAMES EDWARD EVANS
Nickname: Blackbird, Activities: Football
2,3,4: Intramural Basketball 35 Track 2,3,4g
An Club 2,3.
GEORGINA A. DUNGEY
Nickname: George, Activities: G.A.A. 2,
3: Art Club 3: Student Council 4.
DIANE LYNN ERNST
Activities: Baseball 2,3,4
MARIAN LYNN DRZONEK
Nickname: Mare, Activities: Pep Club
3,45 Girls Club 3,4: Class Council 4.
Nickname: Erv, Activities: Football 2,3,4:
Track 2,3,4: Wrestling 2,3,4.
MARSHA ANN FAIRCHILD
Nickname: Bosh, Activities: Aeolian 2:
Pom-Pon 4: Pep Club 4.
JEAN ELIZABETH ELLIOT
Activities: Aeolian 2: Sounding Board 4
Drama 4: Environmental Committee 4
Office Page 2.
RICHARD C. ESKEY
Nickname: Esk, Activities: Football 2,3,4g
Basketball 2,3,4p Baseball 2: E-Club 3,4:
Executive Council 35 Class Council 3.
Activities: Band 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,4: Class
KAREN FARMER DIANE LYNN EAY DONNA L. FAY
Activities: Aeolian 2: Girls Choir 35 Senior ACiiViYl8S1 A605611 25 lunior A capella 32
A Capella 49 G.A.A. G.A.A. Advisory Board 4.
PETER DAVID FEEHAN MARLYN FEES DONNA FERRIS MARGARET FUERHAMMER
Nickname: Bird, Activities: Student Nickname: Matty, Activities: Pom-Pon 3,
Council 2,35 Wrestling 2,3. 45 Pep Club 2,3,4g Student Council 2,3.
STEVEN LEE FlNLEY MICHAEL SCOTT ELEMING LINDA FORESTER
Nickname: Onion, Activities: Football 2, Nickname: Duke, Activities: Wrestling 3,
3,45 Track 2. 4g Baseball 2,3,4.
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ANDRE FOUNTAIN CAROL FOWLER
Activities, Mirror 2.
Nickname: Gomer, Activities: Wrestling
3. Transferred from: Larkin High School,
IUDITH K. GERBERDING
Nickname: ludy, Activities: A.F.S, 2,3,4g
Pep Club 2,3,4p Girls Club Cabinet 4.
LANI LORRAINE FRANDSEN
Activities: Pep Club 2,3,4g President 45
Student Council 3,45 Girls Club 2,3,
NORMAN GEILS IR.
DONNA LYNN GETZ
Nickname: Gaush, Activities: Girls Club
2fClass Council 35 Pep Club 2,3,4.
Activities: Photographyg Radiog Trans
ferred from Washington High, Washing
BERNARD GLOSS GAIL GOGGIN CONNIE ANN GONDOS DONNA GRABINGER
Nickname: Tank, Activities: Football 2: Activities: Girls Club Council 35 G.A.A. 2, Activities: Pom-Pon 3,43 Pep Club 2,3,4:
Wrestling 2,3,4. 3. Student council 4, Aeolian 2, Girls Choir
DANIEL GRAN UIST
Nickname: Dan, Activities: Cross-country
2, Wrestling 3.
CHRISTOPHER S. GUDEMAN
Nickname: Stoph, Activities: Orchestra 2,
3,45 Wrestling 2,3,4: Track 2,3,4, Fine Arts
Club 4: Cross-country 3,45 Band 3,4.
3: Senior A Cappella Choir 4.
SANDRA MARIE GREGG
Nickname: Sandy, Activities: Band 2,3,4,
Pep Band 4: Future Nurses Club 3: Pep
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BARBARA L. HACHTEL
Nickname: Barb, Activities: Aeolian 2,
junior A Cappella 3, Girls Club 2,3: Pep
Club 3,45 Student Coupcil 4.
RON E. HALL
Activities: Band 2,3,4p Orchestra 2,3,4g
Football 2: Wrestling 2, Track 3: Gymnas-
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DORIS HAMBLEN IULIE H. HAMILTON KRISTINE R. HAMMELMANN
Activities: G.A.A.2,3,4. Activities: Aeolian 2: Girls Club 2: Girls Nickname: KYIS, ACNVIUIOSI Aeolian 25
Chorus3,SeniorACappella4, lunior A Cappella 3: Future Teachers
FRED HARBECKE LINDA HARBES SUE ALLISON HARDT
Nickname: lay, Activities: Swimming 25 Nickname: Harbs, Activities: Cheerlead- Activities: Aeolian 2: lunior ACappella 3:
Wrestling 3. ing 2,3,4g Student Council 3: G.A.A, 3: SeniorACappella 4: Pom-Pon 3,-1: G.A,A.
Pep Club 2,3,4. 2,3,4: Pep Club 2,3,4: Art Club 2,35 Fine
Arts Club 4, Student Council 2,35 A.F.S. 3.
Nickname: Ric, Activities: Student Coun-
cil 2,35 Class Council 2,3,-1: Basketball 2:
Pep Club 4. Transferred from: Granada
Hills High School, Granada Hills, Califor-
BRUCE HARWELL TERRY HAZLERIG CONNIE HEATH
Activities: Swimming 2,3: Aeronautics 2,
SANDRA M. HEINE
Nickname: Sandy, Activities: G.A.A. 2,3,
45 Future Nurses Club 2,33 Student Coun-
cil 3g junior A Cappella 35 Maroon 4.
Activities: Football 2,3,4g Track 45 E-Club
45 Pep Club 3,4. -
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DONNA HEINRICH MARK HEINRICH CHERYL HELSPER
Activities: Band 2,3,45 FTA 35 Aeolian 27 Activities: Basketball manager 2,3,4g Pep
G.A.A. 2,3,4. Club 35 Audio Visual 2.
BILL HENRYSON IOHN HERBERT
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Activities: Swimming 25 Gymnastics 4
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LYNDA HINCH REGINA HIPPLE
Nickname: Reggie, Activities: Class
Council 3,45 Pep Club 35 Aeolian 25 ju-
nior A Cappella 35 Maroon 4.
DAVID M. HOLMQUIST PAULINE HOLTZEE
Nickname: Homer, Activities: Wrestling Nickname: Paul, Activities: Aeolian 25
2. junior A Cappella 35 Student Council 2,3.
LARRY HORTON IOHN HRUBEC
Nickname: Silent lohn, Activities: Ham
Activities: Cross-country 2,35 Track 25
Basketball 2,3,45 E-Club 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,
45 Intramural Basketball 3.
RICARDO D. HOPKINS
Nickname: Rick, Activities: Student
Council 2,35 E-Club 2,3,45 Basketball 2,3,
Nickname: Gangster, Activities: Football
2,35 Basketball 2,3,45 Class Council 3.
RUTH M. HOPPENSTEDT
Activities: Aeolian 25 Girls Choir 35 Senior
A Cappella 45 Pep Club 3,45 Class Council
45 Future Nurses Club 2,35 Fine Arts Club
TONI IO HUMBRACHT GARY HU NTOON GAYLE HUSTON
Activities: Girls Club Council 2,35 Pep Nickname: Critter, Activities:G.A.A. 2,3.
Club 2,3,4j C.A.A. 2,3,4j AFS 4.
Nickname: Debby, Activities: Student
Council 2,35 Art Club 3: Ski Club 4: Fine
Arts Club 4,
KRISTINE A. IVERSON
Nickname: Kris, Activities: Mirror 2,3,4p
G.A.A. 2,3,4: Executive Board 4: Band 2,3,
4: Class Council 2,3,4: Senior A Cappella
Activities: Basketball Manager 25 Pep Nickname: Lus, Activities:
Club 3. nior A Cappella 3.
EDWIN G. IACOBSEN BRUCE IAEGER
Nickname: jake, Afttritiesz Chorus 25 Orchestra 2,3: Latin
AEOHBY1 22 lu- Nickname: Termite, Activities: Swimming
2,3,4: Golf 2,3,4: Class Council 2,3,4.
GINGER K. IOHNSON
Activities: Class Council 3,45 Pep Club 2,
45 Student Council 4.
LORETTA IANE IURS
Activities: Aeolian 25 lunior A Cappella 35
Senior A Cappella 45 G.A,A. 2,3.
PAMIOHNSON WAYNE IOHNSON
Activities: Wrestling 2,3.
DEBORAH SUE KATZ LARRY P. KAWA
Nickname: Debbie, Activities: Spanish Nickname: Nubs.
Club 2,35 Music Club 2,35 FMA 25 Trans-
ferred from: Dundee High, Carpenters-
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MAUREEN KEATING DENISE KENNEDY
Activities: Senior A Cappella 4. Activities: Girls Club 2.
Nickname: Sue, Activities: Maroon 2,3,4,
Editor 4: Class Council 45 G.A.A. 2,3g Stu-
dent Council 4, AFS 3.
Activities: Class Council 2,3,4g Pep Club
2,3,4, Pom-Pon 3,47 G.A.A. 2,35 Aeolian 2.
VIRGINIA LYNN KOCH
Nickname: Ginny, Activities: G.A.A. 2,3,
4: Girls Badminton 2.
Nickname: Klink, Activities: Football 2,3,
45 Baseball 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3: E-Club 4,
WILLIAM A. KOEHRING
Activities: Swimming 2,3,4: Student
Council 2, Class Council 3,4,
CAROL ANN KIESER
Nickname: Stilts, Transferred from: Dun-
dee High School, Dundee, lll., 1968.
Activities: Student Council 2,3, Executive
Board 4: Girls Inter-scholastic Tennis
Team 4, French Club 4. Transferred from
Ricwoods High School, Peoria, Ill. 1969.
Activities: Student Council 2: Dramatics
Activities: Aeolian 2: Executive Council 4.
RITA MARY KOZAK
Activities: Girls Club 2,35 Student Council
3: Class Secretary 4.
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ANN KRAMER DAVID KRAMKA LINDA IEAN KRAMKA
Activities: Cheerleading 2,3,4g Aeolian 2: Activities: Student Council 2: Sr. A Cap-
Fine Arts Club 4: Pep Club 2,3,4 . pella 3,4.
Nickname: Kerr, Activities: Student
Council 2,35 Football 2,3,4p Baseball 2,3,4.
IACQUELYN RUTH KUTINA DAN LA BORN
Nickname: jackie, Activities: Office Page
2,35 Pep Club 3,4,
CHERYL LANDWEHR AMY LANGE KURT LARSON
Nickname: Cheri, Activities: GAA 3,47 Nickname: Am, Activities: Student coun-
Aeolian 2: Pep Club 3,4. cil 4.
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DEBORAH ANN LATHEN PENNY LAWRENCE ROBERT LEA
Activities: Student Council 2,3p Ski Club Nickname: Louis, Activities: Class Coun-
4: G.A,A. 2,3,4, AFS 4: Class Council 2: cil 2,3,4: Vice-Pres. 3: President 45 E-Club
Human Relations Club 2. 2,332 Swimming 2,3,44
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COLETTE L. LEESER RITA LE FEVER GARY LEITNER 3 PAUL l-EN-liz
Activities: WEPS 2: Pep Club 2,3,4. Nickname: Meter-Maid. Nickname: Frank, Activities: Tennis 2
Wrestling 2,3,4, AFS 4, Ski Club, Vice
TOM LENZ llM LEONARD
Activities: Swimming 2,3,4g Track 2.
IOSEPH IOHN LETTERI GLORIA LIETZ KAREN KRISTINE
Nickname: joe. Activities: Mirror 2, Audio-Visual 2. LILIANSTROM
Activities: Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4,
Girl's interscholastic Tennis Team 3,45
Class Council 2,3,4g Girl's Club Cabinet 3,
Assembly Comm. 3.
Nickname: Aus, Activities: Band 2,3,4p
Band President 45 Sr. A Cappella 3,45 Stu-
dent Council 2,3, Orchestra 3,47 Class
Nickname: lz, Activities: Cross Country 3
45 Wrestling 3,45 Track 4.
LINDA ANN LUTHER
STEPHAN A. LITCHFIELD
Nickname: Steve, Activities: Tennis.
VIRGINIA LOPEZ ,
Activities: Swimming 2,3,4p Track 4, Intra
mural Volleyball 2, Pep Club 2,3,4.
IIM MC BRIDE
Nickname: Mac, Activities: Cross Coun-
try 2,35 Swimming 25 Golf 2,3,4.
MITCH MC DONALD GUY MC GLYNN
Activities: Swimming 3,45 Sounding
Boards 3,45 Student Council 3,45 Class
Council 3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Exec. Council
GEORGE M. MC LEOD IULIANN MC LEOD
Activities: Football4. Nickname: julie, Activities: GAA '2,3,45
Teacher's Club 2.
MARY MC MAHON
Activities: Maroon 2,45 Aeolian 25 lr. A
Cappella 35 French Club 4.
Nickname: Nurc, Activities: Cross Coun-
try 25 Track 25 Intramural Basketball 2.
IEAN MC MAHON
Activities: Art Club 2,35 Fine Arts 45 Ski
Club. Transferred from West Aurora
KEVIN MC NEIL BILL MAC LEOD MARILYN MAGNUSON
Nickname: Kev, Activities: Pep Club 2,35 Nickname: Mac, Activities: Band 2,3,45 Transferred from Proviso East, Maywood,
Intramural Volleyball 25 Intramural Bas- Pep Band 2,3,45 Golf 2,3,4. lllinois1970.
Nickname: Mitzi, Activities: Football 2:
Wrestling 2,3,4: Student council 3.
LINDA GAIL MANDEL
Nickname: Chief, Activities: Student
Council 37 Pep Club 4: Girls Club 2, GAA
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CYNTHIA ROSE MANN
Nickname: Cindi, Activities: Student
Council 35 Cheerleading 3: Class Council
2,3,4, Orchestra 3,47 Band 2,3,4, Band
Nickname: Kira, Activities: Orchestra 2,3,
4: Sr. A Cappella 3,45 Ensemble 2,35 Fine
Arts Club 4.
Nickname: lose, Activities: Track 2g Bas-
ketball 2,3: Student Council 35 E-Club2,3,
4: Class Council 2.
Nickname: Comfronte, Activities: Pep
Club 2: Drama 3: Acting 45 Fine Arts Club
IOHN MARTINEZ IUDY MARVIN SANDRA LEE MASI
Nickname: jude, Activities: Office Page Nickname: Sandy, Activities: Aeolian 2:
2,35 Mirr0f2, lr. A Cappella 3: Sr. A Cappella 4: Class
council 2,3,4, Pep Club 4: FTA 3,4.
Nickname: Wool, Activities: Student
Council 2,35 Band 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,3,45
Pep Band 2,3,45 Golf 2,3,45 Art Club 3,4.
Nickname: Chris, Activities: Tennis 2,3,45
Nickname: Lea, Activities: Orchestra 2,3,
45 Sr. A Cappella 45 Fine Arts Club 45 CAA
Activities: Wrestling, Track.
Nickname: Sam, Activities: Sr. A Cappella
3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Student Council 3,-1.
IERRY MESSMAN LEIGH METZ
Nickname: Mess, Activities: Swimming 2, Activities: Fine Arts Club 4.
RALPH l.. MEYERS, IR
Activities: Audio-Visual 2,3,4
DOROTHY MEZIERE IOHN MICHAELS DENISE L. MICHELS
Nickname: Dotty, Activities: Teachers
Aid 25 Attendance Page 45 Transferred
from Kennedy High, Chicago, Ill.1970.
Nickname: Liz, Transferred from Thur-
ston High, Detroit, Mich. 1969.
Nickname: Rick, Activities: Chess Club 2,
ALAN DALE MILLER jOHN MILLER
Activities: Wrestling 2.
GALE C. MICK
Nickname: Mick, Activities: Aeolian 25
Sr. A Cappella 45 Girls Chorus 35 Art Club
2,35 AFS 2.
VERA ANN MILLER
Nickname: Kitty, Activities: Aeolian 25 lr.
A Cappella 3.
LARRY MINK PAULIEAN MINSON
CARLOTTA DELL MITCHELL
Nickname: Bronger, Activities: Basketball Activities: Maroon 25 Aeolian 25 jr. A. Nickname: Mickey, Activities: Human
25 Track 3,45 Class Council 2,45 Band 2,45 Cappella 3.
Biology Club 4.
IUBI-ANN MONROE PAUL R. MONTEITH GLORIA MORENO
Activities: Human Relations 23 Student
LINDA L. MORRIS DIANE MORSE CAROL MUMICH PAM MYDILL h I I
Activities: Class Council 2,35 Band 2,3,4p Activities: GAA 2,3,4g Orchestra 2,3,4. NiCkfl3m9Z Dill, ACIIVIUCSC GAA 2,32 GIYIS
Orchestra 3,4, Club 2,3,4g Aeolian 25 Girls Sextet 33 Sr. A
Cappella 4, Fine Arts Club 4.
MARC A. NEIL SUSAN NELL CHRISTOPHER NELSON
Activities: Swimming 2,3. Nickname: Duk, Activities: Swimming 2,
3,45 Band 2,3,45 Drum Major 3,45 Student
Council 2,3,4p Class Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3.
DENNIS NELSON RICK NEWMAN PATRICIA NYARI
Nickname: Denny, Activities: Band 23,47 Activities: Football 2,3,4g Track 2,31 Stu- Nickname: Bunk, Activities: GAA 2.
Band Manager 2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3. dent Council 3, E-Club 3.
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DENISE OLIVER IANET S. ORBAN
Nickname: lo, Activities: Aeolian 2: lr. A
MARSHA E. OSTEMA
St. Charles, lll.1970.
Nickname: Deb, Activities: Bowling 3,45
Nickname: Osto, Activities: Future Nurs-
es Club 3. Transferred from St. Charles,
MICHAEL K. O'BRlEN
Activities: Maroon 2,3.
Nickname: Dorie, Activities: Girl's Club
I. KEVIN PALMER CARRY PARSLEY
Nickname: Kev, Transferred from: Mar- Activities: Band 2,3.
ion, Aurora, Ill.1968.
SANDY PEAVY BONNIE PERKINS
Activities: Aeolian 2. Activities: Student Council: Class council
2,3: Drug Comm. 3g Future Nurses Club
35 Ski Club 4.
MICHAEL PERZ GAIL PETERSON
Nickname: Fidel, Activities: Baseball 2. Activities: Chorus 2: GAA 2,3,4.
DOROTHY I. PERKINS
Activities: Student Council 2. Transferred
from: Richard B. Harrison High, Blythe-
ville, Ark. 1969.
Activities: Art Club 2,35 Fine Arts Club 4.
CHRIST! E PATTERSON
CRAIG Nl. PERRIN
Activities: Football 2: Student Council 3.
Nickname: Pete, Activities: Football 2,3,
4, Basketball 2, Wrestling 3: Baseball 2,3,
4, Student Council 2,35 E-Club 2,3,4, Class
LORNA PHELPS TIM POLECK KAREN POLK
Nickname: Lori, Activities: Archery 2: Nickname: Gail.
Aeolian 2, Girls Chorus 3, Sr. A Cappella
MICHAEL A. POPP TOM POTTER DANIEL PRYSMIKI LINDA PUCKETT
Nickname: lailbird, Activities: Track 2. Nickname: Duck, Activities: Baseball 2,3, Nickname: Priz, Activities: Wrestling 2, Activities: GAA 2,3,4.
4, Football 2,3,4p Pep club 2,3,4g E-Club 2, Mirror 3,4.
I. DANIEL PUTIGNANO STEVEN RAKOW MICHAEL RANDALL
Activities: Band: 2,3,4p BasebalI2. Activities: Swimming 2,3,45 Captain 45 Nickname: Mike, Activities: Football 2,3,
Class Council 3,4p Sr.'A Cappella 2,3,4p 45 Track 2,35 Student Council3.
Pres. 4: Boys Ensemble.
SANDRA I.. RATH DAN L. RATHBURN
Nickname: Sandy, Activities: Pep Club 2, Aciivitiesi A-V 2,3142 AGYOFIHUICS 2,3-
31 GAA 2.
TOM REED GLENDA D. REGALDO
Activities: Football 2,45 Basketball 2,35 Transferred from: Siena High, Chicago,
CYNTHIA REYES TIMOTHY RICE
Activities: GAA 2,3,4, Student Council4, Activities: Football 3,4.
Activities: lr. A Capella 25 Sr. A Capella 3,
Nickname: Big Dave, Activities: Football
2, Student Council 31 Class Council 2,3.
Activities: Intramural Basketball 2,3,4.
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Activities: Intramural Basketball 3,4.
Activities: Class Council 25 GAA 2,3,45
Sec, 35 Girls Club Cab. 25 Pom-pon 45
Homecoming Queen 45 Tennis 4,
Activities: Football 2,45 lntra. Basketball
Activities: Swimming 45 Crew Head 4,
Transferred from: Senn High, Chicago,
Activities: Pep Club 2,35 Drama 45 Girls Activities: Aeolian 2,
Club Cab. 35 Aeolian 25 Girls Choir 35 Sr.
A Capella 3,45 Gym Helper 3,4.
Activities: Football 25 Track 2,3,45 Cross
country 45 Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2,3,4.
STEVE SAMUELSON BILL SANDERS MARY E. SAUER NORMA SCARBROUGH
Nickname: Sam, Activities: Swimming 2, Activities: Orchestra 2,3,4.
3,45 Tennis 2,3,45 Student Council 2.
Activities: Class Council 35 Orchestra 2,3
4 . l
CHRISTINE SCHAMBACH IACK SCHMIDT GEORGELSCHNEIDER
Nickname: Tina. Activities: Swimming 2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,
4: Concert Band 2,3,4g lazz Band 4, Class
PEGGY SCHUETT CERYL SCHULZ CHERYL SCHULTZ WALTER SCHULTZ
Activities: Student Council 2,3,4g Class Activities: Orchestra 2,3,4: Sr. A Cappella Nickname: Walt, Activities: Football 3,4
Council 3,47 Girls Club 4, Future Nurses 3,45 Fine Arts Club 4. Wrestling 2.
2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4.
ED SCHUMACHER CYNTHIA L. SCHWAB DEBRA SELIN
Nickname: Cindy, Activities: GAA 3: Nickname: Debbie May, Activities: GAA
Aeolian 2: lr. A Cappella 3, 2,3p Girls Club 3: Orchestra 2,3,4: Secre-
LINDA SEYLLER LISA SHEEHAN
Nickname: Butch, Activities: Girls Club 3, Activities: Student Council 2,3,45 Cheer-
4. leading 3,45 Class Council 2,35 Girls
Tennis Team 3.
IAMES N. SHOREY HERBERT W. SINN
Activities: Baseball2,3,4. Nickname: Herb.
Nickname: Miss R., Activities: Pom-pon
45 Mirror 45 Sr, A Cappella 45 Class Coun-
cil 2,35 jr. A Cappella 35 Assembly Comm.
Activities: GAA 25 Aeolian 25 lr. A Cap-
pella 35 Mirror 3,45 Circulation Manager
45 Fine Arts Club 4.
Activities: Drama 3,45 Pep club 25 Girls
Activities: Maroon 35 GAA 354,
KANDIS M. SLIPEK
Nickname: Kandy, Activities: Aeolian 25
lr. A Cappella 35 Sr. A Cappella 4,
MARTHA SMEAD BONNIE SMITH
Nickname: Mourice, Activities: Art Club
Pres, 31 GAA 25 Drama 2,3,4g Fine Arts
Club 45 Chess Club 25 Library Page 2.
Nickname: Sue, Activities: Student
Council 2,3p Pep Club 3,4,
GAII. SMITH JAMES SMITH
Activities: Student Council 2,3g GAA 2,35 Activities: WEP5 2,31 Student COUVICII 37
Human Relations 2g Aeolian 25 Class Aef0l'12UliCS Club 3.
Council 25 Pep Club 2,3.
IANICE E. SORENSEN DEBBIE SOTERN
Nickname: jan, Activitiegg C,irI'g Club 25 Nickname: Robot, Activities: AeoIian2,
Class Council 2g Pep Club 4: GAA 3.
ERICK SPREENE STEPHEN C. STADLER
Activities: Wrestling 2g Chess Club 2,3, Activities: Chess Club 2,32 Aeronarics 2:
Pres, 47 Audio-Visual 2g Ski Club 4. Sf- A Cappella 3,42 If' A Cappella 2-
: ' as
Activities: Football 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4.
P. STAHL STEPHEN I. STASCH
Activities: Football 25 Wrestling 25 Tennis
Team 2: Audio-Visual 2.
Nickname: Kristi, Activities: Orchestra 2,
3,45 Sr. A Cappella 45 Fine Arts Club 45
TOM STEWART IAN C. STOLL
Nickname: The Mallard Man, Activities: Nickname: Minkey, Activities Aeolian 2
lr, A Cappella 37 Sr. A Cappella 4
Activities: Student Council 2,3,4g Exec.
Member 3: Pom-pon 4.
TERESA LYNN STOUT
Nickname: Terri, Activities: Maroon 2,3,
45 Business Manager 45 Pep club 2,31 Stu-
dent council 3: Class Council 3.
PAM ST. PHILLIPS
Nickname: Crash, Activities: GAA 25 Pep
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KIMBERLY DEE SUTTER
Nickname: Kim, Activities: Drama 3,45
Forensics 35 Aeolian 25 Girls Chorus 35
Girls Club Cabinet 3,45 Fine Arts Club 4,
Activities: Cheerleading 2,3,4g GAA 2,3,4g
Fine Arts Club 4: Pep Club 2,3,4,
Activities: Football 2,3,4, Wrestling 2,3,4,
Track 2,3,45 E-Club 2,3545 Sr. A Cappella 3,
45 lr. A Cappella 2.
Nickname: Sue. Transferred From: St.
Edwards High, Elgin, Ill. 1970.
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Nickname: Tilch, Activities: Band 2,3,45
Basketball 25 Baseball 2,3,45 Student
Aeolian 25 Sr. A Cappella 3,45 Ensemble 2,
3,45 FTA 2,3,45 Pres. 4.
Activities: Football 2,3,
ROBERTA VAN ALSTINE
Nickname: Bobbi, Activities: Student
Council 25 Girls Club 2,3,45 Girls Club
Cabinet 3,45 GAA 25 Class Council 4.
Nickname: Speedy, Activities: Student
Council 45 Class Council 45 Swimming 2,
3,45 Band 2,3.
TED VAN EVERY
MARK VON LANKEN
Activities: Swimming 2,3.
SUSAN LEE UNRUH
Nickname: Sue, Activities: Aeolian 25
Girls Chorus 35 Sr. A Cappella 45 Class
Activities: Baseball 2.
HAROLD W. WAHL
Activities: Art Club 35 Fine Arts Club 4,
Activities: GAA Pres. 45 GAA Council 2,35
DEBBIE A. WALDT
Activities: Class Council 2,35 Student
Council 45 Ski Club 4.
JAMES L. WANDELL
Nlfknamel lim, Activities: Wrestling 2,3, Activities: Football 2,3,4g Wrestling 2,3
41 Student Council 2,35 Football Mgr. 4, Track 2, E-Club Vice Pre5,3,
lr. A Cappella 27 E-Club 4.
BILL WARREN CINDY WASMOND ' ROBERT WEBER TED WEGLAREK
NiClU1Hm6I OU, Activities: OfCl1eSU3 2,32 Nickname: Wazo, Activities: Sr. A Cap- Nickname: Bob, Activities: Swimming 2. Activities: Wrestllng2
lr. A Cappella 2, Sr. A Cappella 3,45 Swim- pella 374.
ming 25 Sounding Board 3.
Activitiesr Golf 2,35 Chess Club 3,4.
DIANE PAULETTE WEIDNER
Activities: Student Council 2,3: Pom-pon
3,4, Co-captain 3,45 FTA 45 Sr. A Cappella
KAROLYNN ANN WELU
Nickname: Karol, Activities: Girls Club
Cabinet 2,3,4, Treasurer 3,45 Class Coun-
cil 4: Pep Club 3,4g GAA 2,3.
Nickname: Den, Activities: Football 2,3,45
Basketball 35 Baseball 2,3545 E'Club 2,3,4.
KATHLEEN ANN WHITE
Nickname: Kathy, Activities: Girls Club
Cabinet, Sec. 25 Vice-Pres. 35 Pres. 45
Aeolian 2, Sr. A Cappella 3,45 Sec. 45 Class
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IO ANN WENC-ER
Activities: Student Council 2,3545 Treas. 35
Tennis 35 Mirror 2,3545 Sports Editor 45
WEPS 2,35 Sounding Board 3.
SUSAN GATES WENZEL
Nickname: Sue, Activities: Band 2,35 GAA
45 Tennis 45 Pep Club 4,
Activities: Fine Arts Club 45 Sr. A Cappel-
la 3,45 Sr. Girls Ensemble 3,4.
PAUL STEVEN WHALEN
Activities: Fine Arts Club 4.
Nickname: Stell, Activities: Forensics 2,3
Student Council 253,45 Class Council 2,3
Sec. 25 Pep Club 35 Girls Club Council 3.
Nickname: Mike, Activities: Swimming 2,
35 Gymnastics 4.
RICH WILSON DENNIS WISSMAN
Nickname: Denny, Activities: Wrestling
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CHRISTIANNE WOLF ROBERT WURM
Nickname: Chris, Activities: Class Coun- Nickname: Cheata.
cil 2,3,4g Pep Club 2,4: Sr, A Cappella 45
Girls Chorus 3: Aeolian 2.
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PAMELA L. WITT
Nickname: Pam, Activities: Aeolian 2: Ir.
A Cappella 3: Sr. A Cappella 4.
Activities: Aeolian 2, Girls Chorus 3: Sr, A
Cappella 47 Pep Club 4, GAA 2,3,4.
DEBORAH ANN MARIE
Nickname: Debbie, Activities: Student
Council 2,45 Fine Arts Club 4.
BONNIE IEANNE ZIELINSKI
Nickname: Barney, Activities: lr. A Cap-
LINDA ZIMMERMAN LINDA ZUCHOWSKI
CLASS OF '72
The class of '72' began their junior
year by carrying out a program of
great unity and tremendous school
spirit. Under the new leadership of
Mrs. Adyt and the class officers,
Lynn Ciuetschow - President, Mary
Pat Hirshberg - Vice President: Ka-
thy jones - Secretary, and Marta
Rose - Treasurer, the activities of
the past year centered the all impor-
tant prom. All members of the class
council were chosen on a volunteer
basis with requirement of willing-
ness to work.
"Well find a way or make one" the
class motto, led the members of the
class of '72' to undertake the selling
of '72' and '73' T-Shirts, sponsoring
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Sherry Thomas, Marta Rose, Mary Muren. ROW 2: LuEllen DeSeno, Lynn Ciuetschow, Lori Wolf, Patty
Phfluger, Cindy Becker, Sandy Beaulieu, Cheryl Noffs, Donna Klein, Carol Warren. ROW 3: Mary Fricke,
Karen Strohmaier, Barb Van Devanter, Lana Becker, Ilza Kaneps, Peggy Duewel, Barb Bull, Diane Heine,
Mary Pat Hirshberg, Nancy Siegal, ludy lones. ROW 4: Karles Stumpf, Bob Vic, Keith Schmidt, Bruce
Morton, john Pappas, john Grosso, Tim Schneider.
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N EEE L
CLASS OF ' 3
"We are heading for tomorrow on a road called
today." the motto chosen by the class of "72".
Among the choices were the Passion Flower, red,
white, and blue as the colors, and the Pink Panth-
er as the mascot. The song chosen was "We've
Only just Begun."
The officers were chosen as follows: President:
Trae Clark, Vice-President: Tim Schneider, Secre-
tary: julie Crassweller, Treasurer: Scott Burstein.
Officers, BOTTOM TO TOP,
Tim Schneider, Trae Clark.
LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 7: julie Crasweller, Scott Burstein
Class Council, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW7: Sarah Risely, Tim Schneider, Ned Rifken, Dean Lowe, Chris Poleck, Scott Burstein, Trae Clark, julie Craswell-
er. ROW2: Rosie Faber, Lolly Roman, josie Sheehan, Mary jo johnson, Sherry Harris, Sarah Pearsay, Cheryl McCloud, Tom Schneider.
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LEFT TO RIGHT, Business Manager, Terri Stout, Editor, Sue Ketcham.
LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 7, Kathy White. ROW 2, Lynn Sodt, Mary Beth Corzine, Sue Scholl, Barb Hayes, Carrie Schnadt, Reggie Hippie, Anne
Indespensible to the staff was advisor, Mr. Daniels.
Maroon and More
Open Campus situations made it difficult for the Maroon
staff to keep all it's members here until three o'clock, but nev-
ertheless, the 1971 Maroon did get to press. Amid the jumble
of layouts, typing, deadlines and snacks, the staff produced one
of the few E.H.S. yearbooks which has used color. Other
changes in the book included spot color and special effects.
Advisor, Mr. Daniels, Editor, Sue Ketcham, and Business Man-
ager, Terri Stout, led the rest of the staff in making the 1971
Maroon a complete and colorful yearbook.
The purpose of the Student Council, as stated in the new Constitution, was to uni-
fy the administration and student body. This year was different from previous years
in that the meetings were open to anyone who was interested. The reason for this
was to get only the students who were willing to work, on the council. The sponsor
this year was Douglas Hoeft. The president was Pat Driscoll, Vice-president - john
Pappas, secretary - Betty Dominquez, and treasurer - Ellen Daniels.
The Council provided meaningful activities for the student body, and an outlet for
student views on the workings of the school. It provided projects in the community
which were of service and co-ordinated the school's social activities. Some of the
many activities the council sponsored were the student directory, the two sock-
hops, the Easter Seal Campaign and C.Q. trips. The council was also responsible for
the sounding board, the road-rallies, picnics and the environmental committee.
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LEFT TO RIGHT. Officers, Pat Driscoll, Nancy Kisler, Betty Dominquez, Ellen Daniels, lohn Pappas.
LEFT TO RIGHT. Exec Council, john Grosso, Pam Eskey, lan Whiting, Clare Holden, Donna Knaak, Chris Nelson, Mary
The Spirit of 76 minus 10.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 7: Bob Lea, Bill Chesbrough, jeff Chandler. ROW 2: Chris Steiger, Keith
Wilharm, Pat Driscoll, Mike Conroy. ROW 3: Rick Eskey, Mitch McDonald, Dennis Wendt, 1effGroneman, ROW 4:
Mark Clemens, Gary Becker, Ken Voskuhl, lim Tartol.
E-Club is an organization dedicated to mak-
ing athletics at Elgin High School better in any
way. The club did consist of members who
were required to have one major varsity letter,
or two minor junior varsity letters. Taking into
consideration the changing of the times, the
only requirement now is limited to being an
athlete. Under the guidance of Mr. Ches-
brough the club undertook such projects as
selling seat cushions, windbreakers, and spon-
soring several sporting trips. The most impor-
tant project was to raise money for a weight
machine to keep our athletes in top shape.
A cast of thousands!
Under the leadership of co-chairman Lani
Frandsen and Mike Wasinger, and sponsor Mr.
Chesbrough, the Pep Club this year has organ-
ized the spirit and pride of EHS. Their purpose
was fulfilled by selling pins, sponsoring pep
buses, and having pep rallies. The club has
more than doubled its attendance from last
year, which shows that EHS does have pride on
With a cheer in their hearts, this year's
Elgin High School cheerleaders strove to
maintain school spirit. These 12 girls un-
der the direction of Mrs. Toni Zimmer-
man and co-captains, lulee Ackemann
and Ann Kramer, spured on school spirit
and good sportsmanship at all athletic
The Varsity and junior Varsity cheer-
leaders were chosen in the spring of last
year for their ability, poise and natural
enthusiasm. They attended a camp in the
summer for new ideas and cheers to pro-
mote pep, enthusiasm and loyalty. Pep
assemblies were held after school before
Pep and Spirit in Elgin High School will
be only as great as the students make it.
The cheerleaders, however, tried to boost
the spirit for the Mighty Maroons.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 7, Diane Cozart. ROW 2, Sue Howell. ROW 3, Alicia
Doane. ROW4g Diane Wilkerson, Nora Vaughn, Patty Pondel.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 'l,' Linda Harbes, lulee Ackemann, Sara Templton. ROW 2, Terry Lange, Lisa Sheehan, Ann
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Sandy Stonum, Marlyn Fees, Diane Weidner, Marta Rose, Marsha Fairchild, Connie Condos. ROW 2,
Nancy Siegal, Mary Muren, Mary Brown, Pat Chamberlain, Karen Kleiser, Sue Hardt, Ianet Raska, Sherry Thomas. ROW 3, Donna McAllister, Merry
Sherman, Ora Cole, Renee Sommers, Lana Becker, Diane Andersen, Terri Roth, Sue Bartels.
By performing at school athletic events, the Pom-Pon
squad has helped promote the school spirit which backed
up the efforts of our teams.
The twenty girls selected in spring tryouts practiced dai-
ly to perfect their routines. This year, they met as a class
with Mrs. Turek as their advisor. Diane Weidner was cho-
sen bythe group as captain and Marta Rose as co-captain.
The songs the squad performed to included Aquarius,
Hair, Can-Can, Big Spender and Bill Baily.
1971 proved to be another successful
year for GAA. Under the leadership of
advisor Maxine Turek, the club provided
more activities for its increased member-
ship. Programs in gymnastics, basketball,
tennis, and various other sports gave the
girls a sense of competitiveness and
sportsmanship. Car washes, bake sales,
and a T-shirt sale were all ideas which
provided the club with enough funds to
sponsor play days and other activities.
Officers. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, ludy Beckwith, Terri
Roth, Sue Cochran. ROW2,' Kris Iverson, Karen Volkening, Sandy Beaulieu.
Advisory Board. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 'Ig Cindy Egoroff, Donna Fay, Cheryl McLeod,Terri Roth, Karen Molliter.
ROW 2, Dawn Baxman, Linda Yee, Pat Huenenberg, Sue Cochran, Kris Iverson, Lynn Schultz, Karen Volkening. ROW 3, Judy Beck-
with, Pam Hannell, Lori Orouke, Linda Hamann, Sandy Beaulieu, Terry Steinmetz, Mary McLean, Lana Becker.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TORICHT. ROW 1,' Nancy Quillman, Pam Eskey, Kathy White. ROW 2, Pat Pflueger, Peggy Duewel, Cindy Becker,
Debby Hildebrand, Mary Brown, Lori O'Rourke, Karolyn Welu. ROW 3g Sandy Masi, Kim Sutter, julie Applehoff, Mary McLean, Linda Hammen,
julie Ward, Claire Holden, Bobbie Van Alstine, Marcia Stu mpf, Gloria Fletcher.
Girl's Club, like many other student organizations this
year, opened its membership to any interested girls thus
abandoning its elected council. Meetings were usually
held at the homes of President- Kathy White, Vice-Pres-
ident - Pam Eskey, Secretary - Karolyn Welu, or Trea-
surer - Bobbi Van Alstine on weekends when plans were
made for the many activities the club sponsored. Among
the projects worked on were the selling of mums at
Homecoming, Dad n' Daughter Date Nite, and
Editors, LEFT TO RIGHTQ lanice Whiting, Kris Iverson, Helga Skrastins, lay Burstein, Mark Wisser, Dan Prysmaki, Tryst Anderson.
High School Newspapers
seldom have the opportunity
for growth, but this year' Mir-
ror proved that it could change
as rapidly as thetimes.
Under Editor in Chief, Tryst Anderson, the paper increased in
size, advertising, and brought forth some new columns. The
Teachers View, People Who Care, and Inside Sports were all in-
teresting additions to the Mirror. Another change in this year's
paper was the quality of type which made the Mirror even more
readable. Through the efforts of the editors, staff, and advisor
Mrs. Kuntzlemen, the 1971 Mirror grew in pages and popularity.
Mirror Staff. LEFT TO RIGHTQ Rosie Faber, Miranda Bohl, Patti Pondel, Cooper White, leff Arnold, Scott Burstein, Tim Barber, Sarah Pearsaul, Trish
Whitlock, Merry Sherman, Nolan Hester.
The newly formed Elgin High Ski
Club provided an opportunity for EHS
students to participate in the exciting
and challenging sport of snow skiing.
The club was open to all interested
students, who were willing to try their
luck on the slopes of Buffalo Park in
Under the leadership of club advisor
, Miss Hunter and President, Terry Stein-
metz, ski lessons were arranged for
those members who wanted them.
With the success of the ski club this
year, it is hoped that it will provide
skiing enjoyment for EHS students in
, I - , the future.
Officers. LEFT TO RIGHT, Alicia Doane, Pam Eskey, Terry Stelnmetz, Paul Lentz.
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Members. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: Debbie Racey, Sue Knolls, Sherry Harris, Beverly Reksnas, jean McMann, Pam Craufton,
Lolly Roman, Kerry Kerber. ROW 2g Diane Heine, Lova Parker, Peggy Pedersen, Mary Hersberg, Mary Fricke, Lana Becker, Barb Anderson, janet
Costanza, Mary Anthony. ROW 3: Wayne Ruiter, Doug Cromer, Debbie Lathen, Carl Stumpf, Steve Fisher, Scott Burstein, Harold Getzelman, Gary
Herzon, Rick Pelliteir.
Pep Band plays a major role in the enthusiasm of
the crowd at all home basketball games. Under the
direction on Ross Lowe, a senior, they played at
many events such as pep rallies, assemblies, and of
course basketball games.
The students in the Pep Band should be recog-
nized for their school spirit and talent, and the time
they spent on this extracircular activity.
Pep Band, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Bill MacLeod, Christina Calich, Debbie Christiansen, Randy johnson, Rick Pelletier, jeff
Taylor, ROW 2, Debbie Doeringsfeld, Larry Mink, Dave Barnes, Ned Rifken, Mike Larsen, Chuck Runge, Carol Camphouse, Patty Davis, Debbie
Wade. ROW 3, Dave Cottingham, Mark Harling, jerry Thompson, Tom Bryan, Dean Lowe, Dainette Craig, jeff Danner, Lori O'Rourke, Margaret
Wiff, Larry Taylor, De Sites, Kay Elrick, Kris Iverson. ROW 4, Tom Schneider, Ron Munch, George Schneider, jamie Soucie, Tom Miller, Mark
Morris, Barry Biesterfeld.
BOTTOM TO TOP LEFT TO RIGHT ROW 1, Lu Ellen De Seno, Janet Mayer, Robin Kresin, Rosemary McMahon Kathy Beers Carmen Martin Kris
Steensland Miranda Bohl ROW2 LeAnne Mersman, Cheryl Schultz, Debbie Selin, Claire Holden. ROW 3, Mr Browning Glenna Snider Ellen
Daniels lean McMahon Linda Zimmerman, Ruth Hoppenstedt, Beth Brunton, Debbie Wittrock, Debbie lncandela Kim Sutter Marlyn Fees Kathy
Hubrich Brad Schmlcker julie Ward Harold Wahl, Steve Massa, Bernadette Berry. ROW3g llza Kaneps, Paul Whalen Kent Pererson Steve Kuehl
'l,2,3 FI E ARTS
New to this year's organization section is the 1,2,3 Fine
Arts Club. The club, headed by Mr. Browning, opened its
membership to students interested in the arts. This in-
cluded the fields of drama, music, and ofcourse, art.
Members were given the opportunities to research and
enjoy their own interest through field trips. Attendence
to each show or concert was not required, thus providing
the students with a choice of which activities they wanted
to participate in and what trips would prove the most
beneficiary to them.
LEFT TO RIGHT BOTTOM TO TOP ROW 1, Carol Warren, Donna McAllister, Maria Mesic, Diane Stude, Nancy Ruzicka Mary Fricke Debbie La
than ROW2 Mary Pat Hirshberg Alicia Doane, Barb VanderVanter, Karen Stohmaier, Toni Humbracht, Lana Becker ROW3 Karen Neil Diane
Kulik Carol Lose Carleen Wiese julie Wandell, Kathy Lenz, Barb Bull, Marion Munoz, Lolly Swavedra, Beth Brunton ROW 4 jeff Chandler Paul
Lentz Mal Keating Mitch McDonald Patty Campbell, Matt Carlson, Sue Bartels, Linda Mink, Rick Meier, Margaret Wiff Ellen Daniels Sue Knowles
The American Field Service is an international organiza-
tion sponsoring foreign exchange students in high
schools across the nation. This year Elgin High was privi-
leged in hosting two foreign exchange students.
Lolly Saavedra, who is from Bolivia, stayed with the Beth
Brunton family. Lolly who came to Elgin High as a Rotary
exchange student, was active in A.F.S. this year.
Marion Munoz, whose home is in Chile, stayed with
the Debbie Lathon family. Debbie spent the summer of
1970 in Chile with Marion as an A.F.S. student. As an indi-
vidual student, Marion came back with Debbie to spend a
year at Elgin High.
This year's activities included bringing foreign ex-
change students to Elgin High to speak, sponsoring an
international weekend for A.F.S. students, and raising
money to spend students abroad. The officers were Presi-
dent, Beth Brunton: Vice President, Kathy Lentz: and Sec-
retary-Treasurer, ludy jones.
For the past 19 years, A.F.S. club has been a rewarding
organization for both foreign and Elgin High School
LEFT TO RIGHTQ Ralph Meyer, Greg Parker, Mike Lietz, Dan Rathburn, Ralf Wright, Dean Blume, john Cetera, Robert Lillianstrom, Dan Graph
Times were changing and so did things at Elgin
High. Among the changes were in the Audio-Visual
department. It received a new sponsor, Mr. Zaslaus-
ky, and a new name, Media Guild. The students in
Media Guild help prepare and run various audio
and visual aids, needed by the teachers as well as the
Though relatively small in
numbers, the newly formed
French Club gave its members a
chance to go further into the
french language. Most of the club
members were fourth year stu-
dents in french and were either
interested in teaching the lan-
guage or just in furthering their
own backrounds in it.
Interest in the field of nursing
promoted the formation of this
year's Future Nurses Club. The
entire girl Membership participat-
ed in various field trips to local
hospitals and nursing homes. A
major project for the girls was the
annual candy sale with the pro-
ceeds going towards a nursing
scholarship for some graduating
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Connie Gondos, Sue Wenzel, Pat Driscoll, Mike Mullen, Mary
McMahon, Elizabeth Higgins. ROW 2, Patty Campbell, Tom Lenz, lim Devonald, jeff Chandler.
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Diane Heine, Diane White, Robin Kresin. ROW 2, Karen Helper, Lin-
da Smith, Karen leson, Lana Becker, Lova Parker.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Sue Bartels, Trish Whitlock, Sherry Forshe, Helga Richtar, Cindy Becker, ROW 25 Tryst Anderson
Carmen Taylor, Peggy Pederson, Barb Hoffman, Ilza Kaneps, Sandy Tash, Kris Hammelman.
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The purpose of this year's Future Teachers
Club, sponsored by Mrs. Brown, was to pre-
pare young people for the field of education.
The club was important in determining the
paths these students would take, and gave
them an opportunity to observe what teaching
would be like.
Elected by the student body, the 1971 Sound-
ing Board attempted to bridge the generation
gap between students and administration. The
six man board, made up of two members from
each class, met regularly with Mr. Alexander to
try and find workable solutions to the prob-
lems facing EHS.
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 'lg Rick Ziebell, Steve Siemens, Mark Schroeder, lim Krenz, Vicky Herrin, Diane Study, Sue Esterly. ROW
2, Mark Briski, Randy Tiller, Richard Christ, Ed Lins, Bill Hogrewe, Sam Phistry, Dan Maloney. ROW 3, lim Ruden, Dennis Lamb, Ken Gough, Doug
' ' ' ' ' ' f ll T Re nolds, Dan Pobge, Chris Maul, Tim Field, Scott Zimund, Mark Wisser.
Viverlto, lim Elliot, Burt Campbell, Bill Wimsett. ROW 4, Mr. Dra a , om y
WEPS is the educational radio station of the
Elgin Public Schools, that has served the district
for 20 years. Students from both Elgin and Lar-
kin High Schools make up the workers that
broadcast football and various basketball
games. The radio station is run by an advisory
board consisting of two Elgin High students
and six Larkin High students. Those from Elgin
are Bill Wimsett and Bert Campbell.
The 1971 Forensics team, under the leadership of Mr.
Fritsch, represented the school viewpoints of modern
topics, at many tournaments. This team debated several
prevalent ideas and recieved many awards in their many
tournaments around the state. Among the many awards
were trophies for high positions recieved in the Upstate
Eight Tournament, held this year at Elgin High School.
LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM TO TOP: ROW 1: Mr. Fritsch, Helga Richter. ROW 2: Beth Brunton, Nancy Termini, Laura
Kawa, Debby Racey. ROW 3: Pete Dominowski, Mike Mullen. ROW 4: lohn Pappas, Sue Travis, Gary Baney.
Guidance Pages, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 7g Lani Frandsen, Cheryle McLeod, Bobbie Van Alstine, Burt Bandow
ROWZQ Lynn Hamachek, Eric Foreman, Debbie Brown, Bob Wiff.
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The purpose of the guidance pages it to Df0V'de ing the library orderly. They color-coded magazines
aid to the school counselors. They undertake many
and locate overdue books. The library pages are
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LEFT TO RIGHT: Larry Smith, Dale Fingeson, lohn Manly, Lloyd Stuart, Maxwell Shuman, Herman Wilkining, Clarence Zimmerman, Bill Peddle
Sr. Boys Ensemble. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RICHT. ROW 'lg Greg
Bruhn, Steve Rakow, Ross Lowe, Loren johnson, ROW 25 Bill Warren,
Rick Bonnom, Bob Christian.
Sr. Girl's Ensemble. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Carmen Mar
tin, Diane Weidner, ROW2, Carmen Taylor, Cindi Mann, Barb Melahn.
A European tour was a dream for the Senior A Cappella
Choir, but on April 1, 1971 it became a reality. The choir trav-
eled to Europe, giving concerts in each place they stayed, this
included Vienna and Kitzbuhel, Austria and Heidelburg, Ger-
many. lt was quite an experience for everyone that went and
has left many happy memories in the minds of both the stu-
dents and faculty.
Besides their trip, the Senior A Cappella gave the annual Fall
Frolics, performed the Messiah, and also gave their spring con-
cert consisting of many of the numbers they performed in
Under the direction of Mr. Charles Beckman the choir pre-
sented excellent concerts and added much to the 1970-71 year,
musically. The officers of the choir were Steve Rakow - presi-
dent, Bob Christian - vice president, and Kathy White -
SENIOR -OCEPELLA CHOIR
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1,' Lori Wolf, Carmen Taylor, Betty Dominguez, Kathy White, Sherri Thomas, Mary Schock, Lynn Sodt,
Lorna Phelps, Cheryl Noffs, Pam Mydill, Connie Gondos, Diana Orban, Claire Holden, Kristin Steensland, Patty Campbell, Cheryl Helsper, Linda
Yee. ROW 2, lan Stoll, Sheri Fascia, Debbie Collingbourne, Donna Fay, Peggy Duewel, Diane Farmer, Sue Hardt, Rebara Spates, Cathy Collins, Sandi
Masi, Sue Unruh, Chris Wolf, Robin Patton, Sue Watson, Barb Melahn, Ellen Daniels, Alicia Doane. ROW 3, Mary Pat Hirschberg, Nora Vaughn,
Diane Weidner, Carmen Martin, loan Speiss, Judy jones, Carol Warren, Nancy Siegel, Margie Rockensock, Miranda Bohl, Karen lensen, Cyndi
Mann, Margaret Wiff, Beth Brunton, Terri Klotsch, Colleen Kittleson, Lunn Guetschow, Nancy Broker, Maureen Keating. ROW 4, Gale Mick, Lana
Becker, Pam Witt, Tina Sykes, Leanne Mersman, Steve Rakow, Greg Bruhn, Ross Lowe, Kathy Beers, Bill Warren, Pat Conforti, Ruth Hoppenstedt,
Cheryl Schultz, Martha Alborn, Kris Iverson, julie Hamilton, Mary Dillon, Dave Bell, Bruce Wisser. ROW 5, Bob Christian, Rick Bonnom, Leonard
lacobson, Doug Gromer, Alva Gear, Glenn Bedoe, Loren johnson, Bob Drafall, Dave Strahan, Gary Becker, Dennis Reimer, Steve Stadler, Russell
Windelborn, Randy Swinford, Doren johnson, Mike Wasinger, Keith Schmidt, Darryl Kellenberger, Terry Schultz, Doug Handzel.
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 'lg Linda Blazier, Lor Vece, lo Ann King, Nancy Kestler, Donna Hunter, ludy Parsons, Pat Mc-
Nichols, loyce Lenkowski, Bessi Deater. ROW 2, Mary Dominguez, Mary Stewart, Kathy McMinn, Sue Bates, Sherry Rogers, Sonia Sinclair
lane Larkin, julie Fay. ROW 3, Karen Donneley, Vicki Herrin, Sheila Kuk, Marian Preuss, Sandy Carlson, Diane White, Adela Salas. ROW 4,
Terri Gerberding, Carrie Heimburg, Karen Neil, Loretta Prise, Georgette Lichtfield, Vanella Kostellny, Carol Lose, Sue Kuecker, Kim Brad-
ford, Margie Robertson, Cheryl Faber, Mary Lee Smith. ROW 5, Bonnie Wolthausen, Donna Bacak, Sara Pearsal, Anne Gaf, Debbie Slipek
lan Lorenz, Cathy Sauer, Betty Gough, Laura Kawa.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Nancy Aubry, Debby Stephens, Linda Weber, Betty Figgins, Debbie McClure, Cathy Smith, Pat
Pflueger, Vicki Sorters, jan Avampato, Pat Garvin, Linda Carrick. ROW 2: Shelley Wasmond, Diane Kulick, joyce Dixon, Diane Heine, Rose-
hary McMahon, Lova Parker, Laurie Taylor. ROW 3, Barb Bull, Linda Smith, jade Bednarski, Lee Ann Cremeens, Peggy Pedersen, Pam Kran-
ng, Cindy Becker, jo Ann Aubin, Kitty Miller, Pam Schuman, Debbie Reed. ROW 4, Scott Anderson, jeff Danner, David Cottingham, Marsha
vlahumed, Carlene Weas, Danette Craig, Carol Lose, Debbie Meyer, jean Bloomfield, janet Watson. ROW 5, Ned Rifken, Tom Bryan, Tom
Schneider, Brian Hipple, Louis Rodriguez, Pete Heinrich, jim Culver, Greg Gudeman, Kent Steffen, Dean Lowe.
junior Girl's Ensemble. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT.
ROW 1, Carol Warren, Alicia Doane, Lori Wolf. Row 2,
Nora Vaughn, joan Spiess, Lana Becker.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 7, Kay Elrick, Linda Morris, Bob Drafaal, Tom
Rentschler, De Sites, Tom Miller, Kathy Westerbeck. ROW 2, Donna Adams, Debbie
Zimbler, lan Lohs, Mark james, Cindy Egoroff, Debbie Henderson, john Kobel, Doren
johnson, Sue Watson, Brad Schmicker, Sandy Gregg, Tom Schneider. ROW 3, lanice
Bloomfield, Mary Pat Hirshberg, Pat LeHuray, janet Bentz, Sandi Wilson, lo Ann Harling,
Colleen Kittelson, Cindy Mann, Tom Brian, Mary Schock, Trish Wittlock, Lolly Roman,
Karen Strohmaier, Kris Iverson, Donna Hienrich. ROW 4, Patty Capbell, Carol Camp-
house, Pat Trupp, Carleen Wias, Kanette Craig, Margaret Wiff, Ron Munch, Larry Mink,
Steve Kaiser, Chris Nelson, jamie Soucie, Debbie Beckett, lean Bloomfield, Patt Geelhart,
Carlene Ebmeter. ROW 5, Nora Vaughn, Mary Fricke, Patty Davis, Debbie Doerings-
field, Debbie Penkala, Diane Farmer, George Schneider, Charles Smith, Ron Morris, jim
Thornton, Dave Bartelt, Linda Gromer, Randy johnson, Duane Eggen, Steve Childs, john
Laubhan, Rick Pelletier, jeff Taylor, Ross Lowe, john Alft, Greg johnson, Dan McClung,
Fred Danner, Mike Petty, Christine Kellogg, Mark Bevill, Rita Putigano. ROW 6, Dennis
Nelson, Andy Kaptain, Mark Harling, jeff Arnold, Dave Barnes, Rick Bonnom, Bob Chris-
tian, Ron Hall, Greg Ruiter, Mike Larsen, Bill MacLoed, David Cunningham, Bill Doer-
ingsfield. ROW 7, Mike Miquelon, Robin Patton, Bob jacobs, Sally Olson, Steve Massa,
john Rust, Barry Beisterfield, janet Watson, Douglas Steensland, Mr. Hoerr, joe Quintel.
Practices and performances began early for the 1971 band.
Homecoming numbers and marching patterns were launched
in what proved to be a busy season for the band. The first con-
cert ofthe year was held in the winter and was followed by the
bands competition in districts, and a placing of first for Elgin.
Next was the Fox Music Festival with seventeen of EHS' best
participating in stiff competition, and emerging with ratings of
superior and excellent. The bands final performance was in the
spring, where Mr. Steensland directed the band in the Hem-
mens Auditorium. Officers for the year's band were, Ross
Lowe - president, Steve Massa - vice president, Cindy Mann
- secretary, and Kay Elrick - treasurer.
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Cheryl Schultz, Dan Coolidge, Lynn Schultz, Douglas
Beers, Iill Hebeisen, Leanne Mersman, Miranda Bohl, Kathy Beers. ROW 2, Kristin Steensland, Debra
Selin, Nolan Hester, Karen Mollitor, Steve Kramka, Karla Stadler, Bonnie Elliott, Helen Lamie, Paula
Haney, Robin Paley, David Kramka, Carmen Martin. ROW 3, Shelley Wasmond, Diane Kulick, Eric
Paulsen, Gail Steinmetz, Susan DeRoot, Linda Green, Ron Iverson, Sherry Harris, Sheila Ryan. ROW 4,
Rita Kozak, Mary Sauer, Kerry Kerber, Ron Dalleuge, Henry Harris, Dawn Baxman, Patty Campbell,
The school year 1970-71 will long be
remembered by Elgin High's orchestra. It
began with "Autumn Alleluias", a com-
bined concert with the Senior A Cappella
Choir, that took place in early November.
The Messiah concert followed in Decem-
ber, also performed with the Senior
Choir. Later in the month the orchestra
was invited to Princeton, Illinois to appear
with the Bureau County Chorus in a per-
formance of Handel's Messiah.
In February a Children's Concert was
presented in the Hemmens Auditorium,
featuring Congresswoman Charlotte T.
Reid as guest narrator. This was followed
Linda Morris, Kay Elrick, De Sites, Kathy Westerbeck, jan Lohs, Mark james, Cindy Egoroff, Dick
Rausch, Dick Robertson, Mike Gardner, Ron Morse, Bill Krauss, joe Quintal, Chris Gudeman. ROW 5g
Sandy Simonson, Ann Castle, Diane Morse, Diane Wilkerson, Steve Massa, Mike Miquelon, Barry
Biesterfield, john Alft, jeff Taylor, Cindi Mann, Colleen Kittleson, janet Benz, Pat LeHurray, joanne
Harling, Sandy Wilson, Ron Hall, john Wirtz - Director.
by a benefit concert in March.
April was the great month for the or-
chestra as they joined the choir for a con-
cert tour of Austria and Germany, organ-
ized by Myron Nowasad. A total of three
concerts were performed in Europe. The
finale was the Spring Concert in May at
the Hemmens, winding up a very success-
ful and rewarding year for the orchestra.
Serving as this year's orchestra officers
were Kathy Beers - president, Kathy
Westerbeck - vice president, Kristin
Steensland - secretary, and Dan Cool-
idge - treasurer.
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ROW 1: LEFT TO RIGHT, BOTTOM TO TOP: Scott Quilter, jim Wandell, Steve Finley, Larry Ervin, Tom Potter, lim Evans, lim Funk, Dave Bell ROW
2: Willie Evans, Steve Ward, Randy Swinford, lim Buckhan, Ron Dalluege, Dennis Wendt, Tom Hartnett. ROW 3: Marvin Elbert, Coach, Irwin john
ston, coach, Dick Stephens, coach, Ron Peterson, Andy Williams, Ron Robarts, Rick Newman, Greg Bruhn, Tom Reed, lim Krueger. ROW4 Vern
Covington, Chris Steiger, Al Patrick, Rick Eskey, Lee lasker, Mark Clemens, Scott Klingberg, Tryst Anderson, Rick Cole.
Seasons like the 1970 campaign can be frustrating to the
coaches who feel that the material is there, the attitude for
winning is there, but mistakes at crucial moments make all the
work to no avail. Two great moment for the '70 Maroons ia
come from-behind victory over East Rockford and a ham-
mered-out 26-24 thriller over Larkinl were offset by seven loss-
es, one of which KE. Auroral was later moved to the victory col-
umn by forfeit. The depth ofthe varsity squad was signified by
nine different players being named Player of the Week during
the campaign: Ervin, Newman, Evans, Bruhn, Peterson, Funk,
Steiger, Anderson, and Finley. Standouts in defense were Funk,
and Evans, each scoring 134 defensive points, and Finley,
Newman, and Anderson not far behind. Elected co-captains of
the Maroons for the season were lim Evans and Steve Finley.
Voted positions of honor after the season ended Larry Ervin,
Most Valuable Back, Greg Bruhn, Most Valuable Lineman, and
Mark Clemens, Most Improved Player.
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1: Coach Donegan, Ralph Thomas, Dan lasker, Nick Klarena, Gary Drismaski, Harold Getzleman, Tim
Rice, Coach Kulvey. ROW 2: Rich Vogts, Don Henderson, lack Billings, Mark Fiorino, George McCloud, Mike Randall. ROW 3: Bill Coots, Mike
Welu, Bob Stembridge, Mike Biskup, Steve Kuehl, Walter Schultz, Nans Christiansen.
1. .FOOTB LL
Elgin 0 20 Hersey
18 0 Crown
6 26 Wheaton Central
14 34 Barrington
0 20 Aurora E.
14 34 St. Charles
8 42 Aurora W.
0 30 Naperville
8 42 Dekalb
8 0 Larkin
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Elgin 25 6 joliet W.
20 14 Rockford E.
14 0 Wheaton Central
36 6 Aurora E.
pgqlm All Ill' "jill gs' 30 0 sccharles
30 0 Aurora W.
26 0 Naperville
14 7 Dekalb
20 14 Larkin
ROW 7: BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 7, Dan McClung, Burt Bandow, Don Reed, Dean Smith, Larry Paris, Louis
Clark, Guilio Moraco, Brian Hipple, Bob Ledbetter. ROW 2, Coach Freedlund, Coach Lose, Wally McCarty, Mark Bevill, Guy
Fortin, john Petterson, Steve Corn, Doug Yarbruogh, jim Shales, jeff Chiarugi, Rick Pellletier, Coach Kane. ROW3g Chris Pol-
lich, Scott Anderson, Rick Ramsey, Tom jones, Dave Strand, Herb johnson, Trae Clark, Randy Ruiter, Bob Ross, Keith Becker.
ROW 4, Mike Younglove, jerry Thompson, Kevin Phillips, jim Mocaby, Bob Greisman, Steve Roth, Steve Kramka, Bob Wiff,
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. VARSITY: ROW 1. Rick Davidson, Ed jorgenson, Rodney Hopkins, Mike Sig-
ourney, Roger Hopkins. ROW 2. lsreal Lopez, Carls Stumpf, john Harris, Mark Dubois, Gary Baney, Chris Gude-
man. ROW 3. Coach Kay, Mang. Bill Wimsett, Keith Wilharm, Scdtt Howell, Pat Driscoll, Mike Conroy, Bob Vik,
Steve Bergholt, Randy johnson, Gregg Ruiter.
The Varsity Cross-Country squad finished the season with the greatest VARSWY
record ever 11-1. Their only defeat coming from Naperville. Elgin ELGW OPVONENTS
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placed 1st in the Kane County Meet, 2nd in the district, 5th inthe section- 18 Waukegan
al, and placed 2nd in the Husky Invitational. The young men felt victory 26 Crystal Lake
because they worked when it wasn't required and never gave up. The 27 Prospect
anchormen for the team would have to include Mike Conroy, Captain Pat 18 Fofestvlew
Driscoll, Roger Hopkins, Rodney Hopkins, and sophomore john Harris. QQ Bigideeni
For the first time, this season a IV team was started. In the future years 17 Aurora East
there will be a IV conference. This years sophomore team finished 6th in 27 Wheaton Central
the conference, tying for 4th in the conference meet. 15 St. Charles
15 Aurora West
1st Kane County Meet
50 Crystal Lake
41 Forest View
43 Aurora East
41 Wheaton Central
28 Aurora West
. 15 Larkin tforfeitb
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. SOPHOMORE, Tom Schneider, Ron Morris, AI Berges, Doug 6th Conference
Viverito, Roy Gutirrez, Ron Mui, Coach Kay. 5th of 10 Crystal Lake
5th Kane County Meet
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1. joe Kostock, Brian Hipple, ROWZQ Frank Sears, jim Thornton, ROW3. Scot Quilter, Rick Pel-
letier, ROW 4. Larry Paris, Mike Larsen, ROW ff. Harold Getzelman.
The gymnastics team was formed for
the first time in 6 years. It was not in com-
petition this year, but are hopes to be-
come involved in meets next year. They
gave demonstrations at half-times during
basketball season. This year's team was
composed of boys from all three classes.
They were under the direction of Mr.
Elgin Highs wrestlers suffered a dis-
appointing season with a record of five
wins and ten losses. Though the team,
as a whole, proved unsuccesful there
were several outstanding individuals
such as captain Larry Ervin. Voted most
valuable wrestler, Larry finished sec-
ond in conference, district and first
place in sectional. This record was
completed by his placing of second in
the state tournament in the 145 lb.
Other outstanding wrestlers, were Al
Patrick, and Tryst Anderson who fin-
ished with records of 16-13, and 15-11
Returning to next years squad will be
Andy Williams and Gary Drymalski
who proved valuable in this years tour-
naments and should set the pace for a
great "72" season.
Larry Ervin, Captain
Wrestling Varsity, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Ed lorgenson, Dan Stodiek, Ron Mann Tom Stewart lim Wandell Paul Weddle
manager. ROW 2, Paul Lentz, Chris Gudeman, Bernie Gloss, Larry Ervin, Randy Swinford, Gary Drazmaski Al Patrick Tryst Anderson Andy Wil
154 liams, Coach lohnston.
Wrestling IV, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1, Steve Foltz, lim Dillard, Craig Anderson, Don Reed, Ray Klaras. ROW 2, jesse
Wiord, Mark Anderson, Pat Coggin, Emmy Garcia, Richard Linkens. ROW 3, lim Spates, Terry Schultz, Lee lasker, Tim Lembke, Vernard
Covington, Paul Weddle, manager, Ralph Wright, Coach Zimmerman.
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Elgin 43 23 Lake Forest Elgin
21 36 Crown
17 38 Belvidere
3 47 St. Charles
13 35 Dekalb
8 42 Wheaton
21 33 W. Aurora
26 29 Dundee
17 24 Naperville
22 30 Kaneland
17 38 Larkin
27 21 E. Aurora
26 24 Crystal Lake
Sophomore Wrestling, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1,' Burt Bandow, Larkin Calhoun, Angel Ramos, john jarzombeck, Matt Foltz
Brian Henry, Ralph Wright, Coach Kaye. ROW 2, Cliff Turpin, Rick Ramsey, lulio Morraco, lim Rust, Dwane Eggen, Scott Anderson, Steve Talaga
Varsity Basketball, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1g Mark Henrich, Phil Hollingworth, jeff Groneman, Lynn Wiese. ROW 2,
Coach Chesbourgh, Mark Wisser, Mark Clemens, Rick Eskey, Bill Chesbourgh, Coach Hudgens.
Elgin's Varsity Basketball Maroons
continued the school's winning tradi-
tion by producing a 'I4-10 season, high-
lighted by two close victories over a
fine Larkin squad and an opening game
victory over the perennially tough
Waukegan Bulldogs of the Suburban T
Conference. The Maroons were led by
Rick Hopkins, Captain of the team and
All-Conference center, and Bill Ches-
brough jr., most valuable player. After
running off five straight victories and
climbing to 6th in the basketball ratings
for the state, the Maroons hit a january
slump from which they recovered in
time for the Regional, Where they Captain Rick Hopkins demonstrates offensive
played their best basketball of the sea-
son. Although the Maroons lost the
championship game to Larkin, Coach
Chesbrough was pleased with the '71
Maroons and optimistic about the fu-
ture. He stated, "With the fine Soph
team coming up, the future looks very
bright for E.H.S. basketball."
moves that made him all conference center.
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I V Basketball. BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 15 jerry Banks, Keith Wilharm, Willie Evans, Walter Blalark,
jim Erwin. ROWZQ jim Tartol, Michael Biskup, jeff Groneman, Dave Berry, Coach Hudgens.
Elgin 46 43 Forest View
65 50 Wheaton Central
35 50 Aurora West
57 60 St. Charles my
56 49 Larkin
52 49 Kaneland
56 47 Batavia
52 80 Arora East
36 60 Naperville
44 43 Dekalb
42 72 St. Charles
45 67 Larkin A
43 60 Aurora East
37 47 Dekalb
Downers Grove A
loliet East N
Rockford W. W
Wheaton C. 1 4
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Belvedere Tgurn, Coach Glen Lose plans the strategy that carried his Soph
Maroons to a 'I7-2 season.
Soph Basketball, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 'lp Mark Bevill, Rich Bingaman, Sam Erwin, Bob
Ledbetter, Steve Corn, lim Shales, Tom Koch, Pete Heinrich, Randy Bennington. ROW 2, Coach Lose, Andy
Kaptain, Paul Bultinck, Randy Decker, john Petterson, lay Geldmacher, Tim jones, Andy Hansen, Dave Stra-
han, Steve Roth, Bill Gostele.
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Elgin 40 45 Naperville
57 38 Dekalb
75 20 Larkin
41 54 Naperville
40 Aurora East
E 42 Dekalb
T ieii 1' 83 11 Larkin
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW1p Bob Lea, lerry Messman Bill Koehring lim Dwyer Kim Meyers Bruce Morten ROW2 jeff Chan l
dler, Kris Nelson, Steve Rakow, Mark DeHaan, George Schneider ROW3 Del johnson Bob Lyle Steve Samuelson Steve Ruddle Tom Lenz
l.V. Swimming, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1, Cooper White, Steve Westphal, Steve Tash, 1. Freiber, Ken Gohr, Tom Renschlar. ROW
2, Ron Morse, Rick Coleman, johnson, lim Krenz, lim Devenold. ROW 3,' Chuck Runge, Mike Quant, Greg Gudemen, Mark Harling. ROW4, Steve
Kaiser, Bill Demoulin, Tom Davies, Tim Barber. ROW 5, jeff Stevenson, Mal Keating, Paul Williams, Dan Heaney, Scott Eaton, Steve Dwyer, Randy
The Maroon Tankers enjoyed another fine campaign, despite a
late season slump. An overall 12-6 record included a conference
record of 7-1 and a third-place finish in the conference meet. Coach
jim Hamrin's squad qualified noone for the state meet, even though
the team produced some district finalists. The team, dominated by
Seniors, was versatile enough to change entries to adapt to their
opponent's strengths. jerry Messman was the Upstate-Eight Free-
Style Champ. Captains of the varsity squad were Steve Rakow and
jerry Messman. 1 V Swimming
Elgin 61 33 Naperville
74 21 Dekalb
68 21 Larkin
58 36 Aurora East
49 45 Dekalb
86 9 Larkin
75 20 Aurora East
2nd in Conference
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: Dan jasker, Roger Hopkins, Steve Bergholt, Bruce Wisser, Rod Hopkins, l
Wayne Ruiter. ROW 2: Vernard Covington, Mike Conroy, Greg Ruiter, Pat Driscoll, George Arsoniadris, Keith Wil-
harm, Mike Welu. ROW 3: Coach Duffield, Coach Hudgens, Willie Evans, Larry Mink, Chris Gudeman, Mike Biskup,'
Chris Steiger, Steve Werrbach, Coach Freedlund.
Scores - Varsity
Elgin 51 Glenbard North 49
Hinsdale South 36 Elgin 68Vz Glenbard North 45
Elgin 29 Addison Trail 70 Hinsdale South 206
Elgin 46 Crystal Lake 63 Elgin 56 Addison Trail 44
Elgin 50 Elk Grove 59 Elgin 59 Crystal Lake 49
Elgin 31 Naperville 66 Elgin 54 Elk Grove 54 l
Crown 40 Elgin 29 Naperville 64
Elgin 66 Prospect 65 Crown 41
Schaumburg 6 Elgin 26 Schaumburg 62
Elgin 50 Aurora West 50 Prospect 49
St. Charles 26 Elgin 41 Aurora West 65 1
Elgin 12 Naperville Relays mn Placel Sr. Charles 19 l
Elgin 27 Upstate Eight- Second Place ,
The 1970 Maroon track team was handi-
capped by a lack of experience in field
events. Its strength lay in the sprints, hur-
dles, and distance runs. Charles Buckhahn
and Rod Hopkins qualified to compete in
the state meet in the two mile run and
mile run respectively.
The 1971 Track Season began in early
january with the Maroons competing in
nine outdoor meets. Highlights of the
season were a second place in Confer-
ence meet and a third in the Kane County
Meet, Rod Hopkins established new
county, district, conference and school
records in the two mile run and qualified
for the state meet in that event.
With seasoned performers returning in
all field events and in the distance runs,
the Maroons are looking forward to a
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1, Ron Muni, Scott Anderson, Keith Becker, Dan McClur1gr leff
Zappia, ROW 25 Coach Duffield, Bob Wiff, Ron Morris, Bob Ross, Al Berges, Dave Watt. ROW 3: Coach Duf-
field, Tom Bryan, Tom Jones, David Smith, Dave Strahn, Randy Ruiter, Paul Lallay, Mark Smith, Dean Smith,
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BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: juan Perez, Richard Yeager, jim Duppler, Tom Potter, jim ShoreY, leff Cremeens.
ROW 2: Bob Lea lPitching Coachj, Dennis Wendt, jeff Peabody, Bill Pleasant, Greg Ewert, Greg Bruhn, Bill Chesbrough, jim Wan-
dell, lmanagerj. ROW 3: Coach Haffner, Gary Michalski, Tom Reid, Bob Tilche, Mark Wisser, Ron Peterson, Mark Faber, jim Krue-
ger, Steve Fisher, Doren johnson.
Elgin 8 Dundee 1 Elgin 2 Aurora West 1
Elgin 4 Dundee 3 Elgin 1 Aurora East 0
Elgin 10 St. Charles 2 Elgin 6 Wheaton Central 4
Elgin 3 DeKalb 5 District
Elgin 0 Aurora West 3 Elgin 5 Hampshire 4
Elgin 1 Aurora East 5 Elgin 7 Dundee 1
Elgin 6 Wheaton Central 2 Regional
Elgin 1 Larkin 0 Elgin 9 Harvard 2
Elgin 4 McHenry 2 Elgin 11 Crown 5
Elgin 4 Naperville 9 Sectional
Elgin 5 St. Charles 6 Elgin 0 Rockford West 2
Elgin 8 Dekalb 4
BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1: Don Reed, Mark Bevill, john Harris, Tom Koch, Bill
DeMolin, Larry Kuca, Gregg Kindred. ROW 2: Bill Gostell, Guy Fortin, Tom Kuca, Matt Carlson,
Steve Westphal, Steve Roth, Doug Yarbrough, Herb johnson, Scott Eaton. ROW3: Paul Engelhardt,
Trae Clark, jeff Chiarugi, Tim jones, Randy Decker, Brain Hipple, jerry Thompson, jim Shales,
Under the tutelage of coach Phil Haffner, the
1971 Maroons contributed to the winning tra-
dition. Elgin's baseballers amassed a 16-6 rec-
ord which included district and regional cham-
pionships in the state tournament and a second
place finish in the UEC. The season was a tre-
mendous success in leiu of the few veterans
returning from the 1970 squad. Pitcher jim
Krueger, Elgin's flame thrower right hander,
was chosen on the all "1 Conference team. The
season came to an end with a 1-0 loss to West
Rockford in the opening game of the sectional.
The 1970 squad compiled an 18-4-2 record that
led to downstate Peoria for the second time in
Elgin baseball history. After winning the open-
ing round game, a loss in the semi-finals meant
Elgin could claim to be one of the four top
teams in Illinois. Rick DeMay, Dennis Manic,
and Chuck Wasinger were selected for confer-
ence honors, while burly catcher Ed Rocken-
sock was named to the All-State squad.
Golf, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1, Del johnson, Tim Oury, Tom Muno, Mike Miquelon, Rick Pelletier, Scott
Howell, Scott Hokanson, Tom Schneider, Ralph Thomas. ROW 2, lim McBride, Dan Heany, Earl Anderson, Scott Bol, Paul Bul-
tinck, jeff Stevenson, Coach Stieben, Ron Dalluege, Lynn Wiese, lim Kampert, Steve Massa, Bill Mcleod.
With only two wins to show in their fourteen outings, the
1971 golfing Maroons surprised everyone by sharing a tie for
GIRLS TENN S
first place in the conference meet. Their conference record of
one win and five losses hardly made the victory predictable. Elgin 320 Wheaton Central
Playing at Vill Olivia Country Club, the varsity golfers were led 315 sr. Charles
by captain and most valuable player, lim McBride, who com- 333 gvfiilgurora
piled a competitive average of 41.6 strokes per round. Mc- 320 EaS,Au,O,a
Bride, Dalluege, Massa, and Thomas won varsity letters for 314 Naperville
their efforts. 316 Lam"
This years Girl's Tennis Team lead
their second undefeated season. The
team was lead by Captain Sue Coch-
ran who finished her three years of T.
playing first singles for EHS unde- 1
feated. Other returning lettermen 'f'
were Judy Beckwith, Letty Bertha, it
Anne Castle and jan Lohs.
Girl's Tennis, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW 1,' Nancy Kistler, Judy Beckwith, Sue WenzeLPam Han-
nell, Debbie Schankle, Letty Bertha, JoAnne Harling, Terri Roth, josie Sheehan, Anne Castle, lan' Lohs, Mrs. Tur-
ek, Sue Cochran.
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Varsity Tennis, BOTTOM TO TOP, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW 1, lim Devonald, Doug Handzel, Karles Stumpf,
lay Burstein, Chris Maul. ROW 25 Steve Samuelson, Steve Kuehl, Loren johnson, Dave Barnes, Tom Ren-
shler, Randy johnson, Bruce Morton, Coach Steffens.
Coming from a 1970 season of 4
wins and 10 losses fin UEC,1-63 and a
sixth place finish in the conference
meet, the 1971 Maroon tennis team
compiled an identical record of wins
and losses. The 1970 squad was led
by Max Pokorney, who won the dis-
trict singles crown before losing in
the quarter-finals downstate. Cap-
tain Loren johnson led the 1971 ag-
gregation which finished fourth in
district competition. johnson was
runner-up in district singles. The
Sophes, in 1970, compiled an overall
5 wins and 9 losses, in 1971 the Sophs
slipped to 3 wins in 14 dual meets.
Varsity Scores Sophomore Scores
Elgin 0 5 Hersey Elgin 0 5 Hersey
0 5 Crystal Lake 4 Crystal Lake
4 1 Dundee 3 Dundee
3 6 East Rockford 2 East Rockford
3 2 Belvidere 3 Belvidere
4 1 McHenry 3 McHenry
1 4 Aurora West 4 Aurora West
2 3 Naperville 5 Naperville
3 2 Dekalb 4 Dekalb
2 3 Wheaton North 4 Wheaton North
2 3 Aurora East 0 Aurora East
1 4 Larkin 4 Larkin
0 5 Wheaton Central 4 Wheaton Central
0 5 St. Charles 2 St. Charles
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Soph Tennis, LEFT TO RIGHT, ROW1, Mike Younglove, Mark Cochran, Mark Harling, Ed Jacobson, Chris Polick, Scott Burstein, Bill
Krause, jeff Wilkinson.
ALEXANDER, CHESTER- PRINCIPAL
Illinois State University, A.B., Indiana
University, M.A., Columbia University,
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western University, University of Colo-
rado, University of Illinois.
ALFT, E.C. - SOCIAL STUDIES
Grinnell College, B.A., Syracuse Uni-
versity, M.A., Iohn Hay Fellow, Yale
ANDERSON, CAROL S. - GIRLS
Northern Illinois University, B.S.,
University of Oslo, International Sum-
mer School, GAA Advisor.
ANDERSON, CHARLOTTE C. - ASS'T.
University of South Dakota, A.B.,
Northern Illinois University.
ANDERSON, WARREN R. - INDUS-
St. Ambrose College, Iowa State
Teachers College, B.S., Northern Illi-
nois University, State University of
Iowa, University of Illinois.
AYDT, MARY - MATHEMATICS
Northern Illinois University, B.S., Class
of 1972 Sponsor.
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University of Northern Iowa, B.A.
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Southern Illinois University, B.S., Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, M.S., University
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ern Illinois University, GAA Advisor.
BAUER, LOUIS E. - BUSINESS
Cornell College, B.A., Northwestern
University, M.A., Business Education
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University of Illinois, B.M., B.S., North-
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Northern Illinois University, B.S.,
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Northern Illinois University, B.A.
BLEWETT, ROBERT - BUSINESS
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Evanston Hospital School of Nursing,
R.N., Future Nurses Club Sponsor.
BOOTH, IACK - BUSINESS
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Illinois University, B.S., M.S.
BROWN, DAVID - FOREIGN
Furman University, B.A., Gymnastics
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Illinois State University, B.S.
BROWN, LOUISE - ENGLISH
Massachusetts State College at Salem,
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BROWN, WILLIAM - SCIENCE
Wayne State, B.A., Eastern Illinois Uni-
versity, Michigan State University,
BROWNING, RICHARD- ART
Northern Illinois University, 1-2-3 Fine
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Southern Illinois University, B.A., Uni-
versity of Missouri, M.A.
BURNS, ENID- ENGLISH
State University of Iowa, B.M., M.A.,
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versity, Loyola University, DePaul Uni-
versity, Northern lllinois University,
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MacMurray College, B.A., University
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M.A., University of Colorado, National
College of Education.
CHESBROUGH, WILLIAM - BOYS'
Sycracuse University, B.S., University of
Wisconsin, M.S., University of Illinois,
Northern Illinois University, Athletic
Department Chairman, Varsity Basket-
ball Coach, Pep Club and E-Club Advi-
sor, Drivers Education Instructor.
CORN,IOHN - MATHEMATICS
Southern Illinois University, B.S., Uni-
versity of Illinois, M.S.
CRINIGAN, IAMES - ENGLISH
Loyola University, Northern Illinois
University, B.S., M.S., Assistant Student
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Missouri School of Mines, Eastern Illi-
nois University, B.S., M.S., Northern Il-
linois University, University of Mon-
tana, Maroon Advisor.
DEMUTH, RICHARD- ENGLISH
Loras College, B.A., Northern Illinois
DIRKS, ERMA - HOME ECONOMICS
Iowa State University, B.S.
DONEGAN, STANLEY - HISTORY
University of Dubuque, B.A., Ohio
University, M.E., Assistant Sophomore
DRAFALL, LARRY - WEPS
Southern Illinois University, B.S., WEPS
DUFFIELD, ROBERT -- SOCIAL
Northern Illinois University, B.S., Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, M.S., University
of Illinois, Track Coach.
ELBERT, MARVIN - SOCIAL STUDIES
Illinois State University, B.S., DePauw
University, University of Wisconsin,
Assistant Varsity Football Coach.
ENRIETTO, LEONARD -
Illinois State University, B.S., M.S., Uni-
versity of Delaware, New Mexico Insti-
tute of Mining and Technology, Illinois
Institute of Technology.
ENTWISTLE, IAMES - DEAN OF
University of Illinois, B.S., University of
Colorado, Northern Illinois University,
M.S., Elgin Community College.
ETTER, WARREN - SCIENCE
Peru State College, B.S., M.S.
ETTNER, KENNETH - ENGLISH
Elgin Community College, North Cen-
tral College, B.A., Indiana University,
Northwestern University, M.A., Bread-
loaf School of English, Exeter College,
FIELDS, LEROY - WORK STUDY
University of Illinois, Bradley Universi-
ty, B.S., Syracuse University, Illinois
State University, Chicago Teachers
FLUGUM, CHARLOTTE - GIRLS'
Augustana College, B.A., GAA
FOSTER, ROBERT- ENGLISH
Culver-Stockton College, B.A., State
University of Iowa.
FREEDLUND, RON - INDUSTRIAL
Illinois State University, B.S., Sopho-
more Football Coach, Assistant Track
FRITSCH, ROBERT - ENGLISH
Augustana College, B.A., University of
Iowa, M.A.T., Debate Coach, Director
Oberlin College, Northern Illinois
University, B.E., Western Illinois Uni-
GILLIAM, ROBERT - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Elgin Community College, University
of Nevada, B.S., Head of Boys Intra-
mural Program, Assistant Sophomore
GOETTSCH, RAYMOND - ENGLISH
Northern Illinois University, B.A.,
GOODMAN, ANITA - HOME
Southern Illinois University, B.S.
GRAFFAM, ARTHUR - INDUSTRIAL
Northern Illinois University, B.E., Colo-
rado State College, M.A., University of
Oklahoma, Wayne University, Univer-
sity of Iowa, Elgin Community College.
HACKMAN, ELLEN - GUIDANCE
Monmouth College, A.B., University of
Illinois, Northern Illinois University,
HAFFNER, PHILLIP - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Butler University, B.S., Indiana State
University, Northern Illinois Universi-
ty, Varsity Baseball Coach, Drivers
HALE, GLEN - ART
Alice Lloyd College, A.A., Morehead
State University, B.A., Film Sports
HAMRIN, IAMES - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Southern Illinois University, B.S., Indi-
ana State University, M.S., Swimming
Coach, Sophomore Baseball Coach.
HARTMAN, CONSTANCE - FOREIGN
Wheaton College, B.A.
HINES, DAVID- ENGLISH
Blackburn College, B.A., Northern Illi-
nois University, M.S., Class of 1973
HOEFT, DOUGLAS - HISTORY
Denison University, B.A., Northwest-
ern University, M.A.T., Northern Illi-
nois University, Student Council
HUDGENS, PAUL - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Beloit College, B.A., Northern Illinois
University, M.S.E., National College of
Education, Elgin Community College,
Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach, As-
sistant Track Coach.
HUNTER, CHARLENE - FOREIGN
Carroll College, B.A., Ski Club Advisor.
ISBELL, THOMAS - ENGLISH
Southern Illinois University, B.S., M.A.,
IAQUET, LUCILLE -- FOREIGN
Augustana College, B.A., Southern Illi-
nois University, Northern Illinois
IOHNSON, IUDITH - WORK STUDY
University of Wisconsin, B.S., M.S.
IOHNSON, RUSSELL -
Illinois Institute of Technology, Luther
College, B.A., University of Minnesota,
DePaul University, Boston College,
IOHNSON, IRWIN - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Southern Illinois University, B.S.,
Northern Illinois University, Varsity
Wrestling Coach, Assistant Football
KANE, GREG - SOCIAL STUDIES
Cornell College, B.A., Assistant Sopho-
more Football Coach.
Northern Illinois University, B.A., Col-
orado State College, Northwestern
University, M.A., Trenton State
KAY, RICHARD - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Wheaton College, B.S., Northern Illi-
nois University, Cross country Coach,
Sophomore Wrestling Coach.
KING, GEORGE- ENGLISH
Northern Illinois University, San Fran-
cisco State University, University of
Denver, M.A., Eastern Baptist Theolog-
ical Seminary, A.B., Th.B., AFS Advisor.
KLEIN, IANET - HOME ECONOMICS
Stout State University, B.S.
KOEHN, ELOISE- MATHEMATICS
Elgin Community College, Eastern Illi-
nois University, B.S.
KRAEMER, LOIS - SCIENCE
University of Wisconsin, B.S.
KUNTZELMAN, MARGARET -
Shimer College, B.A., Northern Illinois
University, Mirror Advisor.
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Illinois State University, B.S., Northern
Illinois University, M.S., Brandeis Uni-
versity, Class of'I971 Sponsor.
LENGELL, STEVEN - GUIDANCE
River Falls State University, B.S., Uni-
versity of North Dakota, M.Ed.
LETURNO, DENVER I. - SCIENCE
Eastern Illinois University, B.S., Univer-
sity of Illinois, M.S., University of Wis-
consin, Illinois Institute Of Technolo-
gy, Oak Ridge Institute of Nuclear Sci-
ence, Northern Illinois University,
Cornell University, University of Cali-
fornia, Ripon College, Kent State Uni-
versity, Science Department
LOSE, GLENN - BOYS' PHYSICAL
Northwestern University, B.A., Univer-
sity of Illinois, M.A., Sophomore Foot-
ball and Basketball Coach.
MCCARTY, GERALD - ART
MCKAY, BETSY - ART
Illinois Wesleyah University, B.F.A.,
Northern Illinois University, M.A., Fine
Arts Department Chairman.
MCLEAN, NANCY - MATHEMATICS
DePauw University, B.A., University of
Wisconsin, Northern Illinois Universi-
ty, Elgin Community College.
MCWILLIAMS, WILFRID - FOREIGN
Loras College, B.A., University of Wis-
consin, M.A., University of Illinois,
Northern Illinois University, Illinois
State University, Foreign Language
MAHNKE, ROBERT - GUIDANCE
University of Northern Iowa, B.A.,
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ern Illinois University.
MANSFIELD, STEPHEN - BUSINESS
Eastern Illinois University, B.S.
MARTIN, CLIFFORD - INDUSTRIAL
Northern Illinois University, B.A.,
M.A., Purdue University, Normal Uni-
versity, Elgin Community College.
MARTIN, DENNIS - ENGLISH
Loras College, University of Northern
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DePaul University, B.A., Northwestern
Illinois University, Northern Illinois
University, Girls Club Sponsor.
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McKendnee College, A.B., Southern
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MURPHY, SUSAN - BUSINESS
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sity of Indiana, Southern Illinois Uni-
versity, Northern Illinois University,
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Northern Illinois University, B.S.,
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ogy Club Co-Sponsor.
PRAGMAN, ALICE A. - ENGLISH
University of Hawaii, Northern Illinois
University, Central Missouri State Col-
lege, B.S., Colorado College Of Educa-
tion, University of Missouri, M.A.,
University of Colorado, Bennington
PURDUM, IANE - HOME
Northwestern University, B.S., Univer-
sity of Illinois, M.S., George Williams
College, Stout State University, Co-
lumbia Teachers College, Southern Illi-
nois University, Home Economics
QUILLMAN, DON - ASSISTANT
Southern Illinois University, Northern
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Elgin Community College.
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Hiram College, B.A., Northern Illinois
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REIGER, EARL -- SCIENCE
ROGOWSKI, CATHERINE - FOREIGN
Northern Illinois University, B.S., M.S.,
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University of Illinois, B.S., Oregon
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Northwestern University, B.S., M.S.,
University of Southern California, Uni-
versity of Iowa, Elgin Community
SCHWANKE, SUSAN - ENGLISH
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Cornell College, Northern Illinois Uni-
versity, B.S., Oklahoma State Universi-
ty, M.S., Colorado State College, Colo-
rado State University, Arizona State
University, Elgin Community College,
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Northern Illinois University, B.S., Pur-
due University, M.A., University of
SHELBY, H.H. - SOCIAL STUDIES
University of Illinois, B.A., M.A.,
Northern Illinois University, University
of Iowa, Elgin Community College,
College of Education.
SHULTZ, EVELYN - BUSINESS
University of Evansville, B.A., Northern
SMITH, ROBERT H. - GUIDANCE
Southern Illinois University, B.S., M.S.,
Loyola University, San Diego State
STEENSLAND, DOUGLAS -- MUSIC
University of Wisconsin, B.M., M.A.,
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STEFFENS, NEIL - SOCIAL SCIENCE
Illinois State University, B.A., M.A.,
STEPHENS, RICHARD - BOYS' PHYSI-
Northern Michigan University, B.S.,
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Wisconsin State College, B.S., Universi-
ty of Wisconsin, M.S., Cornell Univer-
sity, University of Santa Clara, Univer-
sity of Minnesota, Drew University,
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ment Chairman, Chess Club Advisor,
THEODORE, ANNETTE - BUSINESS
loliet junior College, Illinois State Uni-
versity, B.E., Northern Illinois
TRIMBLE, IOYCE - MATHEMATICS
Smith College, A.B.
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University of Illinois, North Central
College, B.S., University of Southern
California, M.S., Northern Illinois Uni-
versity, Girls Physical Education De-
partment Chairman, GAA Advisor,
Interscholastic Tennis Coach, Pom-
VANDERKAMP, LEO -INDUSTRIAL
Stout State University, B.S., M.S.,
Northern Illinois University.
VANHOOK, BARRY - BUSINESS
University of Texas, Illinois State Uni-
versity, B.S., Northern Illinois Universi-
WALLACE, DOROTHY - FOREIGN
Rockford College, B.A., University of
WALLACE, IAMES - SOCIAL STUDIES
University of Illinois, B.A., Northern II-
Iinois University, M.A.
WIGGALL, RICHARD - SCIENCE
Blackburn College, B.A., Northern Illi-
nois University, M.S., Oklahoma State
University, Elgin Community College.
WINSLOW, HELEN - SOCIAL
Bridgewater State College, B.S., Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, M.A., University
of Connecticut, University of Hawaii.
WIRTZ, IOHN - MUSIC
University of Illinois, B.S., M.Ed., Or-
WITHEY, IANICE -- HOME
Northern Illinois University.
ZASLAUSKY, GERALD - MULTI-
Temple University, B.S., M.Ed., North-
eastern Illinois State College.
ZIMMERMAN, TONI - GIRLS' PHYSI-
University of Illinois, B.S., Cheerlead-
ZUPSICH, IOSEPH - INDUSTRIAL
256 National St.
222 S. Grove Avenue
jerry Biggers Chevrolet
227 S. Grove Avenue
Keeney's Sporting Goods Store
19 Douglas Avenue
Best Wishes '71
William Ketcham - States
Kettner Agency inc.
100 East Chicago St.
302 Elgin National Bank Building
The Larkin Bank
1645 Larkin Avenue
A Friend of Elgin High
Lincoln State Bank
500 Dundee Avenue
Little Angels Nursing Home
Route 58 - Elgin
Ludwig Milk Co.
200 N. Spring St.
Lundstrom insurance Agency
608 Dundee Avenue
Luther B. Ciiertz
5 Douglas Avenue
Marty and Bohlin TV
458 Dundee Avenue
M-C Tax and Accounting Service
273 E. Chicago St.
McCarthy, McCarthy and Meyers
The Elgin Tower
Midas Muffler Shop
Modern Dairy Co. inc. I
1002 N. Liberty st.
Morse Prescription Pharmacy
221 National St.
1315 Dundee Avenue, Elgin
101 Douglas - 638 E. Chicago St.
Neil's Paint Store
216 E. Chicago St.
199 S. Grove Avenue
Northern illinois Coin Shop
98 S. Grove Avenue
O'Connor Funeral Home
364 Division St.,
Paragon Super Food
23 N. Spring St.
A Friend of Elgin High
H.L. Pierce Motor Sales
250 S. Grove Avenue
Premier Flower Shop
245 Dundee Avenue
Puckett Motor Co.
1125 Dundee Avenue
W.A. Rakow Associates
165 N. Spring St.
407 Bluff City Blvd.
Rauschert and Kubiak
18 Douglas Avenue
55 Douglas Avenue
The Elgin Tower
Rodholm jewelers inc.
8 Douglas Avenue
john R. Rogers - Lawyer
14 E. Chicago St.
370 Summit St. and 825 Dundee
133 S. Grove Ave.
Schneff Brothers jewelers
161 E. Chicago St.
Selby-Forsythe insurance Agency
63 Douglas Avenue
joseph Spiess Co.
Elgin's Leading Dept. Store
Stout Funeral Home
252-260 State St.
A Friend of Elgin High
Valley Travel Service
1052 Dundee Avenue
Vanity Beauty Shop
175 E. Chicago St.
lim Whalen Ford
235 S. Grove Avenue
Winston Bennorth - Realtor and
187 S. Grove Avenue.
219 E. Chicago St,
Wrona Bros. Inc. Office Supplies
13 N. Spring St.
Norman H. Zierke and Acc.
191 S. Grove Avenue
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Riiken
N. Spring 695-7211
Best Wishes to the Class of1971
ARTISTIC CARTON COMPANY
Big Timber Road
DIVANE BROTHERS ELECTRIC CO
Engineers and Contractors
Chicago and Elgin
Best Wishes from Ken Barnhart
1137 Dundee Avenue
Portrait Commercial Photography
51 Douglas Avenue
BAZOS BROTHERS CLEANERS
Visit Our Carpet and Drapery Salesroom
103 Douglas Avenue
837 Walnut St. 741-5013
ELCIIN DAILY COURIER NEWS
Best Wishes to the Class of 1971
from Daily Courier News now in their 97th year
300 Lake Street
BETTE'S VOC- UE
Best Wishes to the Class of 1971
105 S. Grove Avenue
Congratulations to the Class of1971
THE ELGIN NATIONAL BANK
24 E. Chicago Street
Member of FDIC
Congratulations to the Class of 1971
from CHICAGO RAWHIDE
900 North State Street
Our Most Sincere Wishes for the Best
of Everything go to Every Member of
the Class of 1971
6 South Grove Avenue
Compliments of Hohn Reeves
HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS
AND LOANS ASSOCIATION OLDSMOBILE-CADILLAC INC.
16 North Spring Street 174 South Grove Avenue
Elgin, illinois Elgin, lllif10iS
You'll like doing business with us
. Formals, and Accessories
Congratulations to the Class of 1971 Free Alterations
ROGNA'S FASHION SALON
LEAN DER STUDIOS Rogna Kopperdale - Owner
Open for your Convenience every Weekday Evenings
650 Dundee Avenue
Courtesy - Reliability - Service
Philips Tires - Guaranteed Philcheck
Lubrication - Tire Repairing - Battery Good Luck to the Class of 197-I
Charging- PNIIIPS PVOCIUCIS RUDY SCHOLL MASON RY INC.
HUGO LOSE SERVICE "Y" STATION Route 1, Box 174
710 E. Chicago Street 837-7401
Elgin, Illinois 742-4250
Best Wishes to the Class of 1971
HERITAGE LINCOLN MERCURY
Our Compliments to the Class of 1971
138 South Grove 741 -7900
RADIO SHAC K
Class of 1971
Associate Store It's Been Nice Knowing You
528 Dundee Avenue
EI in, Illinois 695-5361
g YANKEE DOODLE
Electronic Components for the Hobbist
Stereo Equipment, CB, Tape Recorders
Recording Tapes I ICIHSS 0f1776D
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