Elmhurst College - Elms Yearbook (Elmhurst, IL)

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1 I I I 7 dedicated ta Two generations of Elmhurst students have known and re- spected Dr. Crusius, a living symbol of the Elmhurst way. He saw Elmhurst emerge from its Seminary Days, and become an Academy. He witnessed the transition to a junior college, to a senior college. He was here when Elmhurst became co- educational. His influence on many thousands of Elmhurst students has been great. The 1954 ELMS staff is honored to dedicate this book to Dr. Crusius. OFFICERS— Rita Kienle, assistant editor; Gene Becker, business manager; Walter Herrscher editor; Mr Robert Swords, advisor; Patricia Daum, art editor; Richard Ellerbrake, assistant editor " Not pictured: Ralph Bonner, sports editor; Ann Kioseff, advertising manager; Georgia Wood secretary. ' I PHOTOGRAPHERS — Roy Schutz, Robert Anderson, Howard Theiss, James Ol- son. Missing: Arnold Sufalko. 1 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION Administration 8-11 Faculty 13-25 Personnel 26 HOMECOMING Homecoming Queen and Court 28-29 Floats - - - 30-31 Homecoming activities 32-34 SENIORS Officers 36 Individuals 37-54 Graduation 55-58 FRESHMEN Officers and Senators 60 Group pictures . 61-68 Talent Show 69 Freshman Week 70-72 SOPHOMORES Officers and Senators 74 Individuals 75-89 " Golden Violins " and Square Dance 90 JUNIORS Officers 92 Individuals 93-104 Concessions 105 " School Daze " 106 Junior Prom Queen and Court. 107-108 SPORTS Football - -.- 110-121 Cross country 122-123 Basketball 124-127 Tennis 128-130 Baseball 131-133 Track 134-139 E.I.I. Queen and Court 140 Cheerleaders l4l Intramurals 142 CLUBS AND ORGANIZATIONS 144-164 MISCELLANEOUS 166-178 ADVERTISING 179-184 ' 54 S( »t4. Zcteen KAREN SULBRANDSEN BOARD OF DIRECTORS-F.rst row, left to r.ght: Dr. E. J. A. Koch, minister, St. Peters Church, Elmhurst, III.; Dr. H. W. Dinkmeyer, president of Elmhurst College; Dr. E. R. Koch minister, St. Paul ' s Church, St, Paul, Minn., Chairman; E. J. Goebel, vice president and manager of Georgian Bay Line, treasurer. Second row: Dr. Armin Haeussler, minister, St. Lucas Church, Evansville, Ind.; Mrs. Clara Ehlers, Chicago; Paul C. Fleer, retired manager of Higby Co., Cleveland, Ohio; Mls. Carl J. Madlinger! Clayton, Mo.; Dr. Edward R. Brueseke, minister, Zion Church, South Bend, Ind, secretary; Dr. Michael Baas, minister, St. Matthew ' s Church, Louisville, Kentucky; Dr. Frederick R. Daries, minister, Zion Church, Indianapolis, Ind.; Dr. L. M. Hammerschmidt, attorney. South Bend, Ind.; Rev. Norman C. Zulauf, minister, Hope Church, St. Louis, Mo.; Rev. B. J. Koehler! minister, St. Pauls Church, Belleville, III.; Rev. F. C. Allrich, minister, Evangelical Church Highland, III. Missing: Dr. Paul Klopsteg, Alfred E. Studt, Rev. Herbert H. ' Wintermeyer, George P. ' Wirth George C. Bulk, Rev. Robert T. Fauth, Louis H. Goebel, Rev. Albert G. Gonzer, Dr. Anton c ' . Negri. 8 From my vantage point I am privileged to see Elmhurst men and women " out there " . . . doing the world ' s work, and others on the campus preparing for their future use- fulness. They have much in common and through the years they develop similar Characteristics. Nearly all bear something of the Elmhurst stamp, an important quality of which is integrity. It is fascinating to watch this process of growth on the campus. Our students, exposed to wholesome influences, led by devoted teachers, surrounded by many noble-minded youths, inspired by tradition and idealism . . . become useful citizens, a credit to the school and an asset to the nation. Since many of our friends cannot observe this process we hope that these pages will reveal some of it. It is the story of a contagion, caught and spread, a contagion of mutuality and good will. May God prosper it. H. W. DINKMEYER 9 Some place I read, " There can be tro life ivithout tradition, neither can there he any life without move- ment. " Any college campus is the crossroads of tra- dition and movement with tradition likely to domi- nate movement. Now and then the reverse can and does happen. Perhaps 1953-54 will be remembered as one of the " movement " years, e.g., the Circle drive, the contagion of the Lecture Series that inoculated stu- dent groups to outdo one another in bringing in speakers, the illegal dash on South Hall, the renovat- ing of Irion Hall Assembly — even the faculty moved into the new apartments. But movement should signify direction just as tradition should conserve. May Elmhurst College students of 1953-54 conserve and move toward prov- ing all things, holding fast that which is good. GENEVIEVE STAUDT Dean of Students The purposefulness of Elmhurst students and fac- ulty permeates every aspect of our campus life. In general, each individual becomes aware of his re- sponsibility to the campus community, discovers an area in which he can make a creative contribution to Elmhurst, and works cooperatively with his peers. The effective manner in which the Student Union plans and directs the social activities is evidence of the mature quality of the student body. A deep, sincere interest in the welfare of every member of the campus family produces a genuine spirit of friendliness. Everybody seems to be willing and eager to exchange a friendly greeting, to lend a helping hand, and to share vital experiences with his neighbors. Christian fellowship abounds at Elmhurst. Thrice blessed are we who are privileged to work at Elm- hurst College. ALFRED FRIELI Dean of the College Registrar T. HOWARD KRUEGER Acting Director. School oj Music, 1950 University of Wisconsin, B.M. University of Rocliester, M.M. Member of Public Relations Committee, Evening School Committee, Lecture Series Committee. MARIE S. HERNANDES Piu io Instructor, 1948 American Conservatory of Music, B.M. Served at American Conservatory of Music . . . son, Ramon, a freshman . . . daughter, Margarita. DAVID AUSTIN Director of Glee Club. Instructor in Voice, 1952 American Conservatory of Music, B.M., M.M. VIOLA LINDEMANN REPP Instructor in Voice, Director oj Polyhymnia, 1949 American Conservatory of Music. Director of Music, Bethany Church, Chicago . . mezzo-soprano soloist. Front: PHYLLIS FINNEMORE CLOTILE MAPLES Secretary Rear: llUDOLPH BAKOTICH Instructor in Violin, 1950 American Conservatory of Music, B.M. ELSA FISCHER Instructor hi Piano, 1948 Juilliard Foundation. LESLIE WOELFLIN Instructor in Woodwinds, 1953 Western Kentucky State College, B.A. University of Iowa, M.A. JOHN L. LEWIS Instructor in Organ, 1948 DePaul University, B.A., M.A. BENJAMIN M. JAQUES Director of Speech Clinic, 1952 University of Michigan, A.B. Northwestern University, M.A. Also taught at University of Illinois, wife, Helen . . . daughter, Rebecca Sue . . . Advisor, Sophomore class . . . Athletic Committee. LATHAM BASKERVILLE Assistant Professor of Art, 1947 School of the Art Institute, B.F.A., M.A. Homecoming Committee. C. C. ARENDS Professor of Speech, 1929 Bradley, B.S. Northwestern University, M.A. Elmhurst College Theater Director . . . . Curriculum Committee, Public mittee. DONALD R. LOW Assistant Professor of Speech. 1953 State University of Iowa, B.A., M.A. Also served at State University of Iowa, Grinnell College, Northwestern University . . . Director of De- bate . . . Technical Director of College Theatre . . . Member of Religion in Life Week Committee and So- cial Life Committee. C. HOBART EDGREN Associate Professor of English, 1951 Northwestern University, B.S. University of Michigan, M.A. Northwestern University, Ph.D. Has also served at Ripon College. North Park College, Northwestern University, and Albion College . . . wife, Jane . . . Chairman, Evening School Committee, mem- ber Library Committee. WILLIAM R. BARCLAY Instructor in English, 1953 Michigan State College, B.A., M.A. Has also served at University of Wisconsin and Mich- igan State College . . . wife, Sally . . . sons, Alexander, 2, and Patrick, 6 months. Advisor, ELM BARK, W.R.S.E. ROBERT WESLEY SWORDS Assistant Professor of English, 1952 University of Chicago, B.A,, M.A. Member, Lecture Series Committee . visor . . . wife, Barbara . . . daughter. . . ELMS, Ad- Susan, 2. BORGHILD SCHULTZ Instructor in English, 1954 St. Olaf College, B.A. Columbia University, M.A. Also served at Augustana College, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and as Dean of Women at Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn. KARL HENNING CARLSON Professor of English. 1923 Ohio Wesleyan University, A.B. Drew Theological Seminary, B.D. New York University, A.M. Elmhurst College, Litt. D. TEKLA STORY Assistant Professor of English, 1946 Lake Forest College, B.A. Northwestern University, M.A. MARY A. JOHNSTON Instructor in English, 1954 Parsons College, B.A. RUDOLPH G. SCHADE Associate Professor of Greek and Philosophy. 194b Columbia University, M. A. Union Theological Seminary, B.D., S.T.M. Library Committee . . . Advisor, Junior Class. WALTER WADEPUHL Professor of German, 1946 C.C.N.Y., A.B. Columbia University, A.M. Wisconsin, University, Ph.D. Also served at Wisconsin, Pittsburg, Illinois, West Virginia, C.C.N.Y., and as Research Fellow, American Council of Learned Society . . . wife, Berniece . . . Advisor, Goethe Verein . . . member, Curriculum Com mittee. MIRIAM BONIFIELD JONES Assistant Professor of Spanish, 1950 University of Illinois, B.A., M.A. Also served at York Community High School and Chicago Association of Commerce and Industry . . . Advisor Spanish Club, Firesides, and Social Life Com- mittee. KATHERINE BURKE McDERMOTT M.A. Instructor in French and Spanish, 1952 Northwestern University, B.S. Middlebury College, M.A. HARVEY DE BRUINE Professor of Biology. 1928-30, 1934-38. 1949- Hope College, B.A. University of Illinois, M.S. University of Michigan, Ph.D. GEORGE H. LANGELER Instructor in Biology. 1950 Elmhurst College, B.S. University of Illinois, M.S. Head Resident, Irion Hall . . . Advisor, Senior Class . . . Social Life Committee, Who ' s Who Revisions Committee . . . Inter-Dorm Council, Faculty Chairman of Homecoming, Freshman Week Committee, and Com- mittee on Purposes and Objectives of Elmhurst College. CHARLES R. PUGLIA Instructor in Biology. 1953 Elmhurst College, B.A. University of Illinois, M.S. DONALD ROSBACK Assistant Professor in Chemistry, 1947 Elmhurst College, B.S. Illinois Irrstitute of Technology, M.S. Member of Athletic and Homecoming Committees . . . wife, Geneva . . . daughters, Janice 7, Jean 4. C. E. KOMMES Associate Professor of Chemistry, 1944 Superior State College, B.E. University of Wisconsin, Ph.M. Also served at Janesville, Wisconsin . . . Chairman, Athletic Committee . . . wife, Margaret. HOMER H. HELMICK Professor of Chemistry, 1923 Defiance College, A.B., M.A. University of Chicago, Ph.D. Also served at University of Chicago and Wheaton College . . . Chairman of Division of Natural Sciences . . . Head of Chemistry Department . . . member of Executive and Curriculum Committees. WILLIAM J. HALFTER Professor of Philosophy, 1948 Elmhurst College, A.B. Washington University, M.A. Eden Seminary, B.D. Yale, Ph.D. Chairman of Philosophy and Religion Division . . . Chairman of Catalog Committee . . . member of Cur- riculum Committee . . . Advisor to S.C.A. and Philoso- phy Club . . . two daughters, 13 and 10. ROBERT E. KOENIG Associate Professor of Religion, 1946 University of Chicago, B.S., Ph.D. Chicago Theological Seminary, B.D. Acting Chairman, Department of Christian Education . . . member, Student-Faculty Religious Life Committee . . . Advisor, S.C.A. Cabinet and Christian Heritage Commission . . . member, Lecture Series Committee . . . wife. Norma E. . . . children, Elsa 6, Robert 4. EUGENE S. WEHRLI Associate Professor of Religion, 1948 Oberlin, B.A. Eden Seminary, B.D. University of Chicago, Ph.D. Also served at Cedar Crest College . . . Advisor, Pre- the Christian Education Society. O. M. LANGHORST Professor of Physical Education and Director of Athletics, 1933 University of Illinois, B.S., M.S. Also served at Intermountain Union College . . . wife, Matilda . . . Advisor to " E " Club . . . Track Coach. JOSEPH PALMIERI Instructor in Biology and Physical Education, 1953 Springfield College, B.S. Boston University, Ed.M. Also served at Sampson College, University of Illinois, Chicago City Junior College . . . Coach Varsity Football, Basketball, Baseball. MAUDE E. JOHNSON Director of Women ' s Athletics. 1939 Northern Illinois State Teachers College University of Wisconsin, M.S. Advisor, Women ' s Union . . . member. Committee and Athletic Committee. Social Life EUGENE M. LERNER Chairman, Department of Economics, 1952 University of Wisconsin, B.A., M.A. Chairman, Lecture Series Committee Chairman . . . wife, Janet Weiss. HARRY W. HECKMAN Instructor in Business Administration, 1953 Illinois Wesleyan, A.B. University of Illinois, M.S., Ph.D. Also served at University of Illinois, Ashland College, Muskingum College . . . wife, Dorothy. GERALD L. HEAD Assistant Professor of Business Admi iii Uiation , 1951 DePaul University, B.S., J.D. AGNES MELLIS Instructor, Secretarial Training, 1951 University of Nebraska, B.A., M.A. Also served at University of Nebraska . . . husband, James D. . . , Advisor, Women ' s Union. SARAH GERLACH Superi ' isor of Teacher Education, Principal the New Field Elementary School, Elmhurst ROYAL J. SCHMIDT Assistant Professor of History and Political Science, 1948 Lewis Institute, B.S. University of Chicago, M.A. Member, Catalog Committee . . . has also served at private schools, elementary schools, and York High School. PAUL N. CRUSIUS Professor of Hiuory. 1911-15, 1919 Harvard, A.B., M.A., Ph.D. Member, Curriculum, Executive, mittees . . . wife, Pauline Irion . . and Library Com- . son, Daniel. ROBERT F. De ROO Associate Professor of Psychology, 1950 North Central, B.S. Northwestern University, M.A., Ph.D. Also served at North Central, Ball State Teacher ' s, and North Park College . . . wife, Eleanor . . . daughter, Barbara Ann, 6 . . . son, Larry, ■ • • member, Evening School and Placement Committees. THEOPHIL W. MUELLER Professor of Sociology, 1921 Adelbert College, A.B. Western Reserve University, M.A. Catawba College, D.D. Member, Executive Committee Advisor, Sociology Club wife, Martha . . . daughters, Lois and Alice. NELLIE R. STICKLE Librarian, 1946 Western Illinois State Teachers College, B.Ed. University of Illinois, B.S. Columbia University, M.S. Also served at Agnes Reed Tamen Library, and Den- ver Public Library . . . member, Library, Lecture Series, Catalog Committees, Advisor to S.C.A. SHIRLEY JEAN GROBE Assistant Librarian, 1953 Rosary College, B.A. MRS. DOROTHY KOSS Bursar MRS. JANE STONE Assistant to Admissions Counselor MRS. VIOLET LUCAS Recorder MRS. MARY BUCHOLTZ Secretary to the Dean MRS. MARION GUSTAFSON Secretary to the Assistant to the President MRS. LUCILLE ANDRUS Manager, S.U . Store Right: KITCHEN STAFF— Mrs. Inga Albright, Mrs. Amalia Wagner, Mrs. Martha Ladigas, Mrs. Nellie Biesch, Mrs. Nellie Krueger. Below: Paul Hein and Roy Wiemerslager. Lower right: MAINTENANCE STAFF— Mrs. Millie Meyer, Mrs. Betty Mooney, Mrs. Lee Weimerslager, Andrew Be well, Clarence Meyer, Pete Meyer. 1 m i DAWN EMDE 2, DEEP PURPLE reception line greets guests. HOMECOMING COMMITTEE — Peggy De Wees, dance chairman; Mr. George Langeler, advisor; Judy Niemann, chairman; Jerry Hays, co-chairman; Ray Gaulke, co-chairman; Ros Hoefer, Alumni Banquet. Standing: Ronice Young, pep rally; Bill Spencer, advertising; Ken Moy, business manager; Jim Kohler, parade; Jim Piotter, campus decorations; Chuck Waddle, traffic; Shirley Klein, elections. Missing: Paul Rahmeier, parade and bonfire; Caroline Sturm, flowers. 32 R. Reinhold Abele philosophy 5216 Mardel Avenue St. Louis, Missouri Ministry Glee Club 1; Theatre 1; SCA Cabinet 1, 2, 3; Choral Union 2, 3, 4; Campus Store Manager 4. Joan Elisabeth Anderson sociology 4157 W est Byron Street Chicago Personnel W ork Wright Junior College 1, 2; Spanish Club 4. Robert E. Anderson business administration 1915 Welwyn Drive Des Plaines Telephone Work Augustana College 1,2. Richard Angarola business administration 4721 Ohio Street Chicago Accounting Class Treasurer 4. Dolores Julia B. Babjak speech correction 15802 Thomas Avenue Allen Park, Michigan Speech Correction Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Hungarian Club 1, 2, Vice President 3, 4; Women ' s Union Treasurer 3- Kenneth A. Baker accounting 263 Walnut Street Elmhurst Accounting Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Life Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Student I ' nion Treasurer 4. 37 Otto Bassler mathematics 207 North Market Street Waterloo teaching Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 2, 3, 4; " ' E " Club 3, 4. Gene Allen Becker sociology 6343 Mardel Avenue St. Louis, Missouri Ministry Class Vice President 2; Track Manager 2; Senate 3; Sociology Club 3, 4; OFS 3, 4; Chapel Choir 3, 4; Elms Business Mana- ger 3, 4. Gerald Behrens business administration 1090 Algonquin Road Des Plaines North Park College 1,2. Jerome R. Belza business administration 1634 Grove Street Berwyn " jj P Don E. Bezold chemistry 4 14 Niagara Street Elmhurst Chemical Sales Valparaiso University 1. Ralph W. Bonner political science, sociology 814 1-2 Norwood Avenue Toledo, Ohio Law Class Vice President 1; Track Manager 1; WRSE 2; Geology Assistant 2, 3; " E " Club 2, 3, 4; Prom Commictee 3; Football 3; Man- ager 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Senate 4; Elms Sports Editor 4. Edward D. Brueggemann sociology Goehner, Nebraska Ministry Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-The Steering Com- mittee 3; Sociology Club, President 3; Pro- gram Director 4; Senate 3, 4. Richard Sommer Brueseke history South Bend, Indiana Ministry Orchestra 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Business Manager 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; WRSE 2, 3, 4; German Club 4; History Assistant 4. Roger Earle Bohn philosophy Louisville, Kentucky Ministry German Club 1. 2; Philosophy Club 3, 4. Ruth Gernand Bohn speech correction 1114 East Woodrow Street Lombard Speech Correction Senate 3. Dorothy Harwell Bulicek psychology 1042 South Mason Avenue Chicago Homemaking Psychology Club 3, 4. Esther Bullock psychology 424 South Street Geneva Personnel Vork Spanish Club 2; Sociology Club 4; Psychology Club 4. 39 Ward H. Casper economics 699 Prospect Elmhurst Retailing Beloit College 1; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base- ball 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 2, 3, 4; Football 3, 4. James D. Catlin mathematics 1515 South Third Avenue Maywood Mathematical Consultant University of Colorado 2; Football 1, 4; " E " Club 1, 4. Polly Laun Cletcher education River Forest Teaching Wellesley College 1, 2. Harry Cook English 640 South 22nd Avenue Bellwood Insurance Football 2, 3, 4; Baseball 3, 4; Senate 4. Patricia Courtenay education 434 South Miner Street Bensenville Teaching FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Women ' s Union Secretary 3 Senate 3; Prom Court 3; Choral Union 3 Student Union Executive Cabinet Secretary 4 Homecoming Court 4. Gerald S. Craig business administration 910 Webster Wheaton 40 Rosalie Deters business administruiion Ei tzen, Minnesota Accounting German Club 3; Choral Union 4; Class Secre- tary 4. Ida Margarette Dierks Christian education, religioit 1721 North Kedvale Avenue Chicago Christian Service Wright Junior College; American Conserva- tory of Music; Chapel Choir; Choral Union; Camera Club. Gena Lou Dove psychology 175 Geneva Avenue Elmhurst Psychology Psychology Club. Allen Draugelis biology 5149 North Kostner Avenue Chicago Veterinary Medicine North Park Junior College 1. Elizabeth Eckert education 2307 North 55th Street Omaha, Nebraska Teaching German Club 1; Theatre 1, 2, 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4; Choral Union 3; FTA 3, Secre- tary-Treasurer 4. Jo Ann Ehlert education 19 North Elizabeth Street Lombard Teaching Spanish Club 1; Sociology Club 3, 4; FTA 4. 41 Carol Eilrich education 126 North Park Avenue Lombard teaching Spanish Club Secretary 1; Elms Secretary 2; Senate 2; Sociology Club 3, 4; FTA 4. Robert Elkin history 3220 Palmer Street Chicago Ministry Track 1, 2; Football 4. Dawn Carol Emde business administration 2124 Delmar Avenue Granite City Personnel Work Chapel Choir 1; Social Life Committee 1, 4, Chairman 3; Homecoming Court 1, 2, Queen 4; Theatre 2, 3, 4; Prom Court EII Court 3. Roman Stanley Emde business administration 2124 Delmar Avenue Granite City University of Illinois 1, 2. Claire Ernest psychology, sociology 318 East Chicago Avenue Westmont Social Work Psychology Club 3, 4; Spanish Club Vice Presi- dent 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4. Richard William Felsing Unglish 3337 North 4 1st Street Milwaukee, Wisconsin Ministry University of Wisconsin; Philosophy Club Sec- retary-Treasurer 3, 4; Choral Union 3, 4; North Hall President 4. 42 Leonard Frank Forschner business administration 598 Linden Avenue Elmhurst Market Research Charles Frances 1122 Forest Avenue Louisville, Kentucky Ministry Michael Gass chemistry, biology 70 Signal Hill Boulevard East St. Louis, Missouri Medical Missionary Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4; Biology Assistant 4. Ed. Goltz, Jr. business administration 6516 South Sacramento Street Chicago Ministry University of Illinois 1; Football 2, 3; Track 2, 3; German Club 3- Karen Gulbrandsen education 1224 North Ridgeland Avenue Oak Park Teaching National College of Education 3; Psychology Club; FTA Vice President. Clarence Hackbarth sociology 1209 West Keefe Avenue- Milwaukee, Wisconsin Institutional Chaplaincy Chapel Choir 1, 2; Choral L ' nion 2, 3, 4; Track 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Senate 4. 43 Glen A. Halbe speech 205 South Wisconsin Avenue Villa Park Teaching DePauw University 1; Senate 2, 3, Vice President 4; WRSE 3, 3; Theatre 2, 4; Elm Bark 3, Editor 4; Lecture Series Committee 4. Harry M. Hansen business administration 5652 Waveland Avenue Elmhurst Wright Junior College 1, 2. Johanna Goepfert Haupt French 714 North 4th Avenue Maywood Teaching University of Illinois 1 French Club 3, 4. Jerry Lowell Hays sociology 342 Maple Street Sidney, Ohio Ministry Glee Club 1. 2, Sociology Club Chapel Quartet 4 4; Choral Union 2, 3, 4; President 4; Theatre 4; Robert E. Heidelbach psychology 236 Elm Street Edward H. Heine history Hampshire Mi}iistry University of Illinois 1, 2; Senate 2, 3, 4; Student Union First Vice President 4. 44 John W. Hohman economics 10838 Prospect Avenue Chicago Salesmanship Hillsdale College 1, 2, 3. Eugene A. Homeister biology 17103 Grange Road Wyandotte, Michigan Medicine Wayne University 1; Cross Country 1; Chapel Choir 1; Chemistry Assistant 3; Biology As- sistant 4. Dean A. Hill business administration 41 North Charles Avenue Villa Park Carthage College 1. Rosalyn Hoefer sociology 4019 St. Louis Avenue St. Louis, Missouri Social Work Chapel Choir 1; Theatre 1, 2, 4, Vice Presi- dent 3; Class Secretary 3; Prom Queen 3; Choral Union 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Stu- dent Union Cabinet Second Vice President 4; SCA Cabinet 4. Carl Louis Jantzen hii uness ,idminnlrjtion 447 Thomas A (.nuc Forest Park Al AN Johnsen mjthcmatics 820 North 7th Avenue Maywood 45 Joyce Johnson Christian education 10205 Princeton Avenue Chicago Christian Education Work Senate 1; Elm Bark 1, 2; Cabinet 3. Women ' s Union Margaret Kennedy Christian education, sociology 103 East Arlee Street St. Louis, Missouri Christian Service Class Secretary 1; Chapel Choir 1; Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Social Life. Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre- The, Christian Education Steering Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Directory Editor 2; Poly- hymnia 2, 3, Secretary 4; Student Union Sec- retary 3; Homecoming Court 3; Choral Union 3; Sociology Club 4; Chapel Quartette 4; Who ' s Who 4. Charlotte M. Klein sociology 613 State Street Ackley, Iowa Social Work Chapel Choir 1 Choral Union 2, 3, 3, 4; Theatre 2, 3, 4; 4; Student Union Senate Secretary 3; South Hall Secretary-Treasurer 3; OFS 3, 4; Sociology Club Vice President 4. James H. Kohler business administration 332 South Edson Avenue Lombard Accounting Senate 1, 2, 3, 4; WRSE Assistant Director 2, Director 3. Allan Kolmer 503 Morrison Avenue Waterloo Ministry Cheerleader; WRSE. Henry W. Korinth business administration 11 Manor Avenue Baltimore, Maryland Ministry University of Baltimore; Chapel Choir 3, 4. 46 James E. Krieter psychology 250 East Third Street Elmhurst Personnel Work Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; " E " Club 2, 3, 4. Ronald J. Kurk business administration 343 Ferndale Road Elmhurst Law Eleanor R. Kurtz education 123 Lawndale Avenue Elmhurst Teaching Pennsylvania State College 1, 2, 3 George H. W. Ladiges Spanish 190 Prospect Street Elmhurst Foreign Language Work Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4. William R. Lindsay Spanish, psychology 378 Washington Street Elmhurst Teaching University of Illinois 1; Chapel Choir 2; Band 2. Herbert A. Longnecker chemistry 406 Berkley Avenue Elmhurst Medicine Whtaton College 1; Tratk 2; Psyihology Club 3; German Club 3; " E " Club 3, 4. 47 Gloria Rosalee Luehmann sociology, Christian education R.R. 2, Box 47 Granite City Social Service Work South Hall Council 1; Cheerleader 1, Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; Fireside Committee 1, 3; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4; SCA Cabinet Choral Union 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4. Mrs. Elizabeth Lundin history Elmhurst Carleton College 1, 2, 3- Allan J. Mittler Christian education 2613 Potomac Street St. Louis 18, Missouri Glee Club 1, 4; Chapel Choir 2, 3; Choral Union 3, 4; Ministry Robert Moenkhaus sociology 818 North Central Avenue Chicago Ministry Football 1, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4; Glee Club 3, 4; Class President 3. R. B. Mernitz chemistry 416 Northwest Sixth Street Evansville, Indiana Medicine Basketball 1, 2; Elms Assistant Editor 2; Class Treasurer 2; Biology Assistant 2, 3, 4; Student Union Business Manager 3; Choral Union 3, 4; Class President 4; Who ' s Who 4. Armin Daniel Meyer chemistry Baloda Bazaar Central Provinces, India Medical Missionary Track 1, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, Captain 4. 48 Thomas Orange Morrill philosophy 6101 Riverview Drive Milwaukee, Wisconsin Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Theatre 3, 4; Choral Union 3; Ministry. John David Mueller business administration 303 North York Street Elmhurst Accounting University of Illinois 1; Football 3. Sharon Nelson business administration 1161 Home Avenue Oak Park Personnel W ork Culver-Stockton College 1; Psychology Club 4. Judy Niemann sociology 1630 Orchid Avenue St. Louis, Missouri Social Work Chapel Choir 1; Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2; Prom Co-Chairman 3; Sociology Club Secretary 3, 4; Women ' s Union President 4; Homecoming Chairman 4; South Hall Council 4; Senate 4. James W. Piotter history 1156 Maple Avenue Oak Park Teaching Theatre 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 2; Basket- ball Manager 2, 3; Football M.m.igcr 3; FTA 3, 4; Elm Bark 3, Editor 4. Neva Pottkatz music Eitzen, Minnesota Teaching Chapel Choir 1, 2, Secretary 3, Vice President 4; Senate 2; Choral Union 3, 4; Women ' s Union Secretary 4; South Hall President 4; Band 4: Class Vice President 4. Helen Prasse speech correction Forreston Speech Correction Theatre 1, 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3; Wom- en ' s Union Treasurer 4. Paul Rahmeier sociology 6728 Scanlan Street St. Louis, Missouri Ministry Class President 1; Senate 1, 2; Social Life Committee 1, 2, 3; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, As- sistant Director 4; Glee Club Quartet 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 2, 3, 4; Student Union President 4. Paul D. Schippel Henry E. Scholz, Jr. business administration 197 East Grantley Avenue Golf 1, 2, 3, 4; WRSE Director 2; Glee Club 1 ; Saleswork. Emmanuel Ranieri sociology 592 Jay Street Rochester, New York Ministry Sociology Club 3, 4; Life Chairman 4. John E. Sandall mathematics 602 Berkley Avenue Elmhurst Statistician Track 1, 2, Captain Kurt William Simon psychology 1405 Grant Road Webster Groves, Missouri Minislry Elm Bark 1; German Club 1, 2; Elms 2; Psychology Club Treasurer 4. Richard E. Simonson philosophy 6625 Oketo Avenue Chicago Alinislry University of Illinois 1; Baseball 2; Basket- ball 3; Choral Union 3; Elm Bark Assistant Editor 3; North Hall Vice President 4. Beverly Jean Smith social sciences 41st and Douglas Road Downers Grove Teaching Spanish Club 1; WRSE 1, 3, 4; FTA 1, 4. Robert C. Smith chemislry 629 South Carnell Street Villa Park Chemist Alfred L. Southon business adminislration 294 Concord Street Elmhurst Baseball 1, 2, Co-Captain 3; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 Conrad Spitek chemistry 319 East Dickens Street Northlakc Chemiil University of Illinois 1. Ralph Sprandel chemistry 140 South Center Street Bensenville Medicine Northwestern University 1 Tames J. Stroh psychology Plymouth, Nebraska Ministry University of Nebraska 1. James J. Thomas chemistry Barracks Chemist Mathematics Club 1; Senate 3. John R. Thompson, Jr. sociology 403 East Adams Street OFallon Ministry Senate 1, 2; Orchestra 1, 2; Glee Club 1, Li- brarian 2, Assistant Business Manager 3, Presi- dent 4; Class President 2; Choral Union 2, 3. 4; Band 3, 4; Sociology Club 3, 4; Pre-The, Christian Education Society President 4. ROZELLA UtLAUT Christian education Malta Bend, Missouri Parish Worker Central College 1; Choral Union 4. Dorothy C. Vandermar education 10331 South Troy Avenue Chicago Teaching Chicago Teachers College 1, 2; Choral Union 3; Theatre 3, 4; FTA 3, President 4; Spanish Club 4. 52 Robert J. Villano English 330 North Austin Boulevard Oak Park Te.tching Robert C. Warskow sociology 1213 McAllister Street Benton Harbor, Michigan Ministry Orchestra 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Club 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 2, 3, 4; Class Vice President 3; Sociology Club 3, 4; Student Union Athletic Chairman 4. Jack V. Wilsey psychology 1012 S. 7th Avenue Maywood Daniel T. Winger philosophy 5154 Oakton Street Skokie Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Elm Bark Philosophy Club 3, 4; Ministry. 1, 2, 3; if " Allen Winter mathematics 2443 West Street River Grove Mathematics Bernard R. Winter political science 2443 West Street River Grove Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Law. 53 1 y £ Sally A. Wheeler psychology 3101 North Sheriden Chicago Arnold P. Wolter business administration 634 Hillside Avenue Elmhurst Track 1, 2; German Club 3 Hope Celestine Zenke Polyhymnia 1, 2, Business Manager 3, Presi- dent 4; Class Secretary 2; Cheerleader 2; Chapel Quartet 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 2, 3, 4; Firesides Co-Chairman 3; Sociology Club 4. William E. Zibell biology 4412 West Montrose Avenue Chicago Teaching North Park College 1, 2; German Club 3; Psychology Club 3. Kenneth R. Ziebell philosophy 3679 North Delaware Street Indianapolis, Indiana Missionary Choral Union 2, 3, 4; SCA Cabinet 2, 3, 4; Greek Assistant 2, 3, 4. Arthur D. Zillgitt history 11737 Whitehill Avenue Detroit, Michigan Ministry Michigan State Normal College 1, 2; Choral Union 3, 4; Glee Club 3, Librarian 4; SCA Cabinet Vice President 4. 54 t m 4- fit- 1954 GRADUATION Graduation day coincided with one of the first warm days of spring. The Class of 1954 was only the second to use South Hall Gardens as the site of their Commencement, and the first to use the new walk across the Gardens. 55 OLD MAIN Seated, first row: Maija Jekabsons, Jane Lagos, Elsie Pfizenmaier, Marta I. Korpas, Ruth Korinek, Doris Korinek, Joyce E. Lake. Seated, second row: Rhea Menzel, Frances Kory, Jane Mesenbrink, Beverly Leimkuhler, Shirley Sartorius, Nancy Elaine Stitils. Standing: Darlene Wegener, Suzanne Vogel, Caryle Pomrehn, Judy Trnka, Marilyn Meyer, Didi Katsulis, Sylvia Smith, Ileane Anderson, Christa Mast, Nelda Piepho. Standing, on balcony: Gary W. Dersch, Howard Hohman, Franklin Beavers, Joe Seger, Dale Brecht, Robert Hyde. 1. SIGHTSEEING bus leaves for Chicago. 2. DANCING in the S.U. 3. EATING picnic supper. 4. VISITING with Dr. Schade. 5. SINGING around the bonfire. 72 RICHARD SCHIEMANN Rochester, New York NANCY ANN SCHLINK El Dorado, Kansas ARLENE ANN SCHMIDT Elmhurst MARILYN SCHMIDT Milwaukee, Wisconsin ROY JOHN SCHUTZ Ferguson, Missouri DAVID P. SCHUSTER Forest Park H. RONALD SCHWARZ Addison CAROLYN SHAFFER Elmhurst JANE ELLEN WILLIAMS Longbeach, Florida ROGER R. WOLF Elmhurst ARLENE S. WOLFGRAM Elmhurst DENNIS J. WOYWOOD Elmhurst MARVIN G. WULFF Warrenton, Missouri RONICE YOUNG St. Louis, Missouri Not pictured DAVID PHILIP AT WOOD RICHARD RUDOLPH B OLLER ANDREW ANTHONY COLISS JOHN PATRICK CORTELL TOM CROSON GEORGE JOHN CZALANY BURTON D. DANNOV JOHN DELNERO LILLA FINKEY MARGIE FREDRICKSON FRANCES ANN FOX ROBERT ERNEST GIESEL ROBERT JAMES ROBERT FRANCIS KENDIG BOB KLIESCH MARILYN ANN KOTLAN JOSEPH W. KRAMER CHARLES ROLAND LAKE BERYL LEWIS LEVITT EMIL PATRICK LIRA TRENT R. MIDDLFKAUFF, JR. STEPHEN MITCHFL, JR. LAURA JANF PURCELL GERHARD ALFRED RAVENSCHLAG RONALD RAU WALLACE RFIFSTECK MRS. RUTH A. ROACH VICTOR ROY SCALIZE LILLIAN FREDRICK SCHAETZLEIN DAVID S. TIBBETS ROBERT A. WILTJER OFFICERS — Donald Mayer, treasurer; Lucille Ball, secretary; Nancy Kron, vice president; Mr. Rudolph Schade, advisor; Orval Williman, president. KENNETH McLAREN Oak Park RICHARD PAUL MENZEL Raipur, Madhya Pradesh, India JAMES METZINGER Elmwood Park AUDREY JEAN MEYER Elkader, Iowa NORMAN MEYER Latimer, Iowa RALPH C. MEYER Alexander, Iowa JEAN MICHAELIS Elmhurst KENNETH MOY Villa Park JOYCE CAROL WEST Bellwood ROMAYNE WHAN Naperville RAYMOND L. WHITEHEAD Buffalo, New York ORVAL L. E. WILLIMANN Hughesville, Missouri GEORGIA LEE WOOD Chicago Not pictured EDWARD M. ANDERSON CLYDE LEON DOYLE HERBERT DUNCHACK HAROLD EBERHARD GROTE NORTON JAMES GUM ROBERT GEORGE HAAGENSON JOHN E. HANSEN ROY K, HANSEN ROBERT HEIDELBACH PAUL KREUZENSTEIN ROBERT P. McKAY GEORGE MUNROE DON C. NELLIS CLARK ALFRED REID RICHARD ZULAUF 104 1 A ubitjuitous and highly voluble group, the concessioners were present at every function and athletic event. Single minded hucksters that they were, they had just one object in mind — to help pay for the Junior I ' rom. Co-chairm.inned by Ermine Todd and Phil Mazzone, the enterprise was highly successful. 105 First row: Ward Casper, Herbert Dunchack, Charles Burchardt, William Stanicek, James Kricter, Co-Captain; James Catlin, Harry Cook, Robert Moenkhaus, Co-Captain. Second row: Edward Bodnam, Alfred Southon, Chandler Hadley, Robert Elkin, John Cortill, John Delnero, David Sloan. Third row: Norman Voorhees, Donald Barra, Earl Nienhuis, Robert D()ll ;ener, W ' illi.iin Nisi, William Roos, Dwayne DoUgener, Kenneth Baker. Fourth row: Dan Schmiechen, Manager; Ralph Close, Thom.is Pedersen, Joseph P.ilmieii, Coach; Donald Fearn, Thomas Morrill, Ralph Bonner, Manager. Tex ( 39 ) takes out two for Burchardt (13). Pigskin Parade AL SOUTHON End This year under the tutorship of their new grid mentor, Joseph Palmieri, assisted b Line Coaches Pete Langhorst and Ben Jacques and End Coach Don Rosback, the fightin; Blue Jays compiled an impressive 3 wins, 4 losses and one tie record over a rugged 8 game schedule. Led by co-captains James Krieter and Robert Moenkhaus, the Jays playec inspired ball throughout the season. Numerous injuries to key men seemed to plagui the team in the month of October when the gridders dropped four in a row to powerful foes. The Jays opened their season on a rain-soaked gridiron under the arcs at Bensonvilk High School field against Eureka College, and they eked out a 14-13 victory. On tW Jays ' first play from scrimmage, quarterback Ken Baker hit all conference right enci Ward Casper with a 15-yard jump pass to score a touchdown. Freshman Dave Sloan conversion made it 7-0. Rather early in the second period Elmhurst tallied again wheK Al Southon, alert linebacker, speared a short flip by the Eureka quarterback, Bill Owen and behind some timely blocking raced thirty-five yards down the sideline for the touch down. This score set the stage for Sloan ' s second successful conversion which proved be the ultimate margin of victory. The game as a whole was a rather pleasing one in the light of the fact that few o: the players had had more than a week of conditioning and practicing together. Then were remarkably few fumbles for the wetness of the field and the ball. Coach Palmier observed that the blocking and tackling were very good but bemoaned the fact that tb backfield had lacked the drive and deception which he was hoping to witness. DUTCH WINTER End Vikings on the march. CHUCK BURCHARDT Quarlerback The next foe was the University of Illinois Chicago Division, and the Jays walked off le field victors, 19-6. Early in the second period, a penalty placed Navy Pier on its wn two yard line and a poor punt put the ball on the Pier ' s 23-yard line. On the first lay from scrimmage, Chuck Burhardt took a pitch-out from Kenny Baker and hurled n aerial to Ward Casper, who scampered into the end zone with the first score. Sloan dded the extra point to give Elmhurst a 7-0 lead. The Jays drove right back for another score as the Pier, failing to move the ball, punted ) the Elmhurst 40 where Harry Cook returned it 32 yards to the Pier 28-yard line, rom there Baker hit " Dutch " Winter with a 10-yard pitch over the middle and the ig guy bulled his way through halfbacks into the end zone. Baker ' s conversion try was locked, so the Jays led 13-0 at the half. In the third quarter the Pier scored, but their Dnversion was blocked. After a series of short gains the Jays (from the Pier 25-yard ne) reeled off another touchdown play. At this point Burkhardt, who had recently assed for one touchdown and had done the punting for the team, showed his claim 3 being a triple threat by taking a pitchout from Baker and racing around left end for 8 yards and into pay dirt. This tally concluded the scoring of the day. The Jays opened conference play by dropping a decision to Millikin, 33-6. The game as held under the lights on the local high school field with an estimated 2,500 fans Doking on. The game was marked by penalties and bad breaks for the Jays who couldn ' t eem to get started. Five key players were injured in this hard fought contest. The Milli- on boys outfought and out-classed the Blue Jays. JIM CATLIN Gu.ird Homecoming Orators BOB DOLLGENER Center This has got to be good ! The next hurdle for the Blue Jays in Conference Competition, the Powerful Crusade of Wheaton College, proved too high for the Jays as our boys fell, 33-0. The Wheato game, as a whole, was charged to experience with the focus on the Homecoming batt | the following week. Special mention should be made at this point of a few of the moi| outstanding Jays whose efforts, even in the losing battle, were nonetheless noteworth Chan Hadley, it seems, had been concealing his punting abilities under the guise of h tackle duties, and only recently had begun to show Coach Palmieri that he could 1 the punter which the Coach needs for next year. Also outstanding were the offensive ij well as the defensive efforts of such linemen as " Moose " Krieter, Dick Roos, " Fearles:, Joe Voorhees, Hadley, Southon, and Bob and Dwayne DoUgener, the " Terrors fro., Texas. " Before a large Homecoming crowd of students, faculty and alumni the Blue Jays fe, to Augustana College, 20-6. The first scoring came about midway in the first quartd when the Jays took over possession of the ball on their 34-yard line and then proceeds to put together five straight first downs before finally scoring. This drive was higt lighted by some fine running efforts on the part of Harry Cook, and Chuck Burchardi as well as the shrewd quarterbacking of Ken Baker, who appeared to be fully recovere from the injury that sidelined him in the Wheaton tilt. Finally, with the ball restin on the Augie four-yard stripe, Baker stepped back and hit his big end " Dutch " Winter i CHANDLER HADLEY Tackle ;nd zone to put the Jays in the scoring column. The conversion attempt by Dave ti was wide and the score remained 6-0 at the conclusion of the first quarter. The ' [ tigs scored just before the half, but their kick was wide, so the game was tied 6-6 e mid-way mark. The men from Rock Island dominated the second half, and as the gun sounded the Jays were behind 20-6. ' le Blue Jays continued their conference losing trail by being smashed by a powerful il Forest aggregation 46-0. The Jays proved courageous but hopelessly outclassed as tforesters produced touchdowns by about every means devised in football. The Jays 1 hard, but the only bright spot was the running of Charles Burkhardt. Abounding from four straight Conference losses, the Jays proved rugged as they .ted winless Illinois Wesleyan to a 13-13 standstill. The Blue Jays drew first blood le opening period on a pass play from quarterback Chuck Burchardt to end Al ion who broke down the sideline to score, the whole play covering 36 yards. Burch- followed with a successful conversion and the score stood at 7-0 at the end of the quarter. ' esleyan fought back, and at the half the score was deadlocked, 7-7. The third quarter ) scoreless, with both teams battling it out on rather even terms; it was marked with Dies and intercepted passes on the part of both teams, yet neither team was able to jjalize on the other ' s bad breaks. BILL NISI Center FRANK CAVALLARO Tackle BOB MOENKHAUS Co-Citl tai!2 Halfback The bitter end. The one bright spot as far as Elmhurst was concerned was the effectiveness wit which their heretofore ineffective running attack functioned with the return of T. C Morrill to the line-up, who teamed with consistent Chuck Burchardt to account for 13 yards between them. In the fourth quarter, the Titans scored but failed to convert. With just less than foi minutes left in the ball game " Dutch " Winter ploughed through the Wesleyan line an blocked a punt. " Tex " Dollgener was the man-of-the-hour as he fell on the rolling ba to give the Blue Jays possession on the Wesleyan 27-yard line. Now the boys went t work. Two running plays by Morrill netted 9 yards; a shot through the line by Burcharc netted a first down. On the next play Burchardt took a handoff from Baker and spottin end Ward Casper in the clear, rifled a pass to him. The pass was low, but Ward made diving shoestring catch on it on the one yard line. Burchardt carried it over for the scoi on the very next play, but his kick was off to the left. The final game of the year saw the Blue Jays end their season with a 14-3 victory ovt the passing Cardinals of North Central College. The game was marked by great passin and running and one of the greatest pass defense shows ever exhibited by an Elmhur; team. Led for the last time by Co-Captains Jim Krieter and swivel-hipped Bob Moenl haus, the Jays fought and literally ran the Cardinals off the field. Up until the Ja) stalled North Central, no team in the conference had been able to stop the passin attack of the mighty Cardinals. JIM KRIETER Co-Captain Halfbacks Tom Morrill and Chuck Burkhardt shone as they stepped for huge gains through, over, and around the North Central line. The passing of Burchardt and " great " catches by Southon and Casper set the stage for the well-deserved victory. Guards Richard Roos and Jim Krieter and End Dutch Win- ter bottled up the Cardinal passers so effectively that North Central completed only 13 of 31 passes for short gains, and many times before he could get the passes away, All-Conference Quarterback Gossell of North Central was thrown to the turf for long losses. The game marked a highlight for the Jays for it was their first conference victory under Coach Joe Palmieri and continued their two straight upset vic- tories over North Central. Carries Yards Gained Burkhardt 91 t c) Morrill 36 200 Cook 25 76 Moenkhaus 44 126 Nienhuis 33 83 Bodnam 18 40 Sloan 7 jc) Southon (5 8 Horinouchi 4 25 Dunchack 2 I3 Baker 24 64 Cortell 4 4 Yards Lost 38 7 13 26 18 8 5 1 0 0 15 3 Yards Average 355 3.90 193 5.36 63 2.52 100 2.27 65 1.97 32 1.78 14 2.00 7 1.17 25 6.25 13 6.50 49 2.04 6 1.50 Front row: John Smith, Robert Hedeman, Raymond Whitehead, captain; Larry Gates, Wesley Hummel. Back row: Walter Brueggemann, manager; Charles Mayer, Gaylord Hinman, Lloyd Klindworth, Oliver Langhorst, coach. The cross-country team rolled out the most impressive season in its short history at Elmhurst as it won six meets while dropping only two. The Jays were noticeably with- out a fast man who was certain to place first. However, the boys compensated for this as six runners persistently placed in the first nine. Larry Gates led the blue and white in four meets, with John Smith and Robert Hedeman sharing the others. This front line strength was augmented with the depth of Captain Raymond Whitehead, Wesley Hummel, and Lloyd Klindworth, who regularly finished early to give Elmhurst victory. Also of help was the effort of Hinman who, though he didn ' t finish in the top five, always managed to increase the horror of the opposition by adding to the Jay ' s aggregate ability. After dropping the first two counts to Navy Pier, the team finished the season with six consecutive wins, as they twice managed to total perfect scores of only 15 points Elmhurst 38 Elmhurst 40 Elmhurst 25 Elmhurst ..15 Elmhurst -...25 Elmhurst 15 Elmhurst 25 Navy Pier 18 Navy Pier -.18 North Central 33 Concordia 45 Carroll --30 Concordia 43 North Central ..36 Concordia 69 Kneeling: Ed Bodnam, Howie Hohman, Troy Brown. Standing: Otto Bassler, Pat Lira, Joe Palmieri, coach; Ed Brueggemann, Bob Diek. Missing: Ward Casper. STATISTICALLY SPEAKING Offense ... In twelve games oi conference play the team averaged 72.8 points per game. In overall play the team hit 73-6 points per game. Defense ... In twelve conference encounters the Jays had an average of 93 points per game scored against them. While over the whole schedule an average of 84.9 markers per contest were bagged by the opponents. Freshman Howard Hohman led the C.C.I, in foul shooting, hitting 39 of 76 for a .776 percentage. Senior Otto Bassler placed third in the department, hitting 46 out of 64 for a .719 percentage. In scoring, 6 ' 6 " center Pat Lira placed third with 321 points in twelve conference games for an average of 26.7 per contest. BASKETBALL RECORD Elmhurst 45 Loyola Elmhurst 73 Aurora Elmhurst 69 Concordia Elmhurst 68 Millikin Elmhurst 60 Illinois Wesleyan Elmhu rst 107 Eureka Elmhurst 57 Lake Forest Elmhurst 63 Navy Pier Elmhurst 72 Augustana Elmhurst 73 Illinois Wesleyan Elmhurst 70 North Central Elmhurst 90 University of Chicago Elmhurst 85 South Western Tennessee ... Elmhurst 65 Lake Forest Elmhurst 86 Wheaton Elmhurst 68 North Central Elmhurst 73 Millikin Elmhurst 75 Wheaton Elmhurst 55 University of Chicago Elmhurst 84 Concordia Elmhurst 107 Augustana Cnnfen ' ce giinics Seniors Mike Gass, Dan Meyer, Junior Harold Grote, and Sophomore Eric Gass brought the College Conference of lUinois Tennis Championship to Ehnhurst College for the first time in the history of the school, on the week-end of May 21-22 at Wheaton College. The Jays collected a total of nine points — one more than runner-up Millikin. Augustana finished with seven points to take third place and Wheaton was fourth with six tallies. North Central — heavy favorites before the tourney, collected only three points, and Lake Forest finished in the cellar with a lone marker. The tournament followed on the heels of a rather successful season which saw the Jays conclude with an even 5-5 record. Against conference competition the Jays were 5-3 and against non-conference foes they stood at 0-2. The best individual mark was compiled by H. A. Grote who won eight singles encounters while dropping only two at his No. 3 singles position. Next best was Freshman Howie Hohman who was 7-2 at his No. 5 slot, followed by another Freshman, Dick Marquardt, who won seven and lost only three. The No. 4 man for the Jays, Eric Gass, broke even with a 5-5 record in singles play, while his brother, Mike, won six and lost four. The only player to have a losing percentage on the squad was No. 1 man, Dan Meyer, who collected four wins and dropped six matches. Given only an outside chance to finish high in the C.C.I, tournament, the Jays started off with a bang. Led by an upset victory over Russ Haidle of North Central, by Dan Meyer, the Jays picked up enough points at the end of the first day of play to tie Millikin for the lead. The second day saw the second doubles team of Grote and Eric Gass win a close three set final over Millikin ' s doubles duo, to win the champion- ship in that division. Following a brief rest, Grote returned to the court to battle Wheaton ' s Dave Burnham in a tense, tight final-round match, which hung in balance until the winning lob sailed over Burnham ' s head tor match point, breaking an 8-8 tie with Millikin and giving victory to the Bluejays. COACH C. C. ARI-NDS and CAPTAIN MIKE GASS Suffering from numerous injuries, bad weather, a no-hit game, and assorted other difficulties, the baseball squad finished out the season with a 5-11 record. Senior Ward Casper placed third in C.C.I, runs-batted-in. Norm was the win- ningest pitcher, bringing two conference victories to the Jays. A close one at first . . . Casper nearly throws out a crusader. Coach Joe Palmieri and his squad SHELDON OLSEN—Shortsiop DAVE SLOAN— Outfield PAT LIRA— P lcher Elmhurst 9 7 0 Wilson J.C 1 3 1 Elmhurst 8 7 5 Concordia 3 5 2 Elmhurst 6 5 0 Herzl J.C 0 2 3 Elmhurst 2 1 5 Lake Forest 4 4 4 Elmhurst 2 2 6 Millikin 5 4 2 Elmhurst 2 3 7 Millikin 10 10 4 Elmhurst 7 9 2 North Central 3 8 2 Elmhurst 3 8 1 Augustana 4 6 1 cutd HARRY COOK— OutfieU 4 TOtttA — 2 oA Always a winning team, the track squad again had a successful season. Aside from winning four regular meets, the Jay cindermen also placed sixth in the E.I.I, and third in the Conference meet. Two new school records were set. In a dual meet at North Central, John Sandall threw the discus 124 ' 5 " . In the C.C.I., Co-Captain Don Kolkmeier set a new Conference record, as well as a school record, with a leap of 6 ' 3 " . Below: How high did he go? Officials verify Kolkmeier ' s record jump. Top: Indoor meet at North Central — Kolkmeier in the middle. Left: Morrill and Sandall, point gatherers at C.C.I.. pose. ELMHURST— 84 ILL. TECH— 56 CONCORDIA— 28 Shot Put. 41 ' 6l ■■ — Sandall, Morrill, 111. Tech, Stanitetk. Mtle, 4:59.6 — Seger, Concordia, 111. Tech. Whitehead. 440 :53.9 — Bithenback, Boevers, 111. Tech, Concordia. Hinh Jump. 6 ' 1 y« " — Kolkmeier, III. Tech. Fearn, Hummel. lOQ ;i().2 — Branding, 111. Tech, 111. Tech, Concordia. Pole Vault. 10 ' — 111. Tech, Dunchack. High Hurdles, :17.1 — Kolkmeier, Govier, 111. Tech, Concordia. 8H0, 2:08.1 — III. Tech, Seger, Concordia, III. Tech. 220, :22.7 — Branding, Concordia, III. TcJi. III. Tech. Discus. 118 ' 10 " — .SaniLill, III, Tech, Cavallaro, Morrill. Tn ' o Mile. 11:38.8 — Gates, Hummel, Concordia, ill. Tech. Ldir Hurdles, ■.21. ) — III. Tech. Concordia, Concordia, 111, TcJi. Broad jump. 19 ' 5 ' i ' — HI- ' I ' - ' - ' i. Kolkmeier, ill. Tech. Biclien- hach. J.neliit. 15( ' ' 6 " Morrill, S.md.ill, III, Tcih. Ill, Tuli Mile. 3:41.4 ill, TchIi, 1 Imliuist, ( oiuordi.i 35 ELMHURST— 77 LAKE FOREST— 42 Mile, 5:01.4 — L. F., Whitehead, Hummel. Shot Put. 40 ' 10% " — Sandall, L. F., Staniceck. 440, : 58.0— Lake Forest, Bichenbach, L. F. 100, :10.1 — Branding, L. F., Boevers. High jump, 5 ' 6 " — Kolkmeier, Currens, Fearn, Hummel (four-way tie) . High Hurdles, ;17.2 — Kolkmeier, Govier, L. F. Pole Vault, 10 ' 6 " — L. F., Meyer, L. F. 880, 2:11.2— Seger, L. F., L. F. Discus, 115 ' 3 " — Sandall, Cavallaro, Morrill. Two Mile, 12:11.1 — Hummel, L. F., L. F. Broad Jump, 18 ' 11 " — L. F., Kolkmeier, Bichenbach. Low Hurdles, :27.6 — Govier, Kolkmeier, L. F. 220, :23.4 — Branding, L. F., L. F. Mile Relay, 3:43.3— Elmhurst. Govier captures his heat in Conference meet. TOM MORRILL Co-Captain Left: Branding breaks the tape. Middle left: The record jump. Lower left: Bichenbach pours it on to win 440. ELMHURST— 94 ILLINOIS WESLEYAN— 37 Shoi Put. 41 ' 8 " — Sandall, III. Wes., Morrill. MHe, 5:12.0— Seger, 111. Wes., Hummel. Pole Vault. 10 ' — 111. Wes., Meyer, Dunchack (tie). 440. : 5 5. 8— Bichenbach, 111. Wes., Whitehead. 100. : 10. 2— Branding, 111. Wes., 111. Wes. High Jump, 6 ' 1 " — Kolkmeier, Hummel, Fearn and Cur- rens (three-way tie). Discus, 122 ' 10 " — Sandall, Cavallaro, Morrill. High Hurdles. :17.0 — Kolkmeier, Govier. 111. Wesleyan. 880, 2:09.7— Seger, 111. Wes., 111. Wes. 220, : 23.0— 111. Wes., Boevers, Bichenbach. Two Mile, 11:24.5— Gates, Hummel. 111. Wes. Javelin, 144 ' 4 " — Morrill, Sandall, 111. Wes., Low Hurdles. : 28.2— Kolkmeier, 111. Wes.. Dunchack. Broad Jump. 19 ' 9 " — Branding, III. Wes., 111. Wes. Mile Relay. 3:43.1— Elmhurst. 37 1 NORTH CENTRAL— 81 ELMHURST— 50 Shot Put, 40 ' 9 " — Sandall, N. C, Morrill. Mile, 5:03.3— N. C, N. C. (tie) Gates. ?ole Vault, 10 ' 6 " — N. C, N. C. and Meyer (tie). 440. :52.4— N. C, N. C, Bichenbach. 100. : 10.0— Branding, Boevers, N, C. High ]ump, y 101 2 " — Kolkmeier, N. C. and N. C. (tie). Discus, 124 ' 5 " — Sandall, N. C, Morrill. High Hurdles. ; 16.6— Kolkmeier, N. C, N. C. 880. 2:08.5— Seger, N. C, N. C. 220, : 22.4— Branding, N. C, Boevers. Tivo Mile, 10:36.3— N. C, N. C, N. C. Javelin, 150 " 4 " — N. C, Morrill, Sandall. Low Hurdles, :26.4— N. C, N. C, N. C. Broad Jump, 19 ' 6 " — N. C, N. C, Kolkmeier. Mile Relay, 3:38.0— N. C. PETE " LANGHORST Coach ELMHURST— 69- AUGUSTAN A— 6 1 Big John adds to his medal collection, after taking a first in javelin and discus, and a second in shot put at C.C.L High Jump. 5 ' 10 " — Kolkmeier, Augustana, Fearn and Currens (three-way tie) Mile, 4:41.5 — Aug., Aug., Gates. Shot Put. 40 ' 3 " — Sandall, Aug., Morrill. Pole Vault. 10 ' 6 " — Aug., Aug., Aug. 440, ;52.8 — Aug., Seger, ' Whitehead. 100, :10.3 — Aug., Branding, Boevers. High Hurdles, :16.7 — Kolkmeier, Govier, Aug. Discus, 116 ' 5 " — Sandall, Aug., Aug. 880. 2:11.5 — Seger, Aug., Aug. 220. :22.5 — Augustana, Branding, Boevers. Two Mile, 10:30 — Aug., Aug., Gates. Low Hurdles, :26.5 — Govier, Aug., Aug. Jarelin, 156 ' lOW — Morrill, Sandall, Augustana. Broad Jump, 20 ' Vl " — Branding, Augustana, Kolkmeier. l38M ? Relay, 3 : 36.7— Elmhurst. Millikin ' s Quisenberry adds to his laurels at E.I.I. Aftermath of all-out effort. MILLIKIN— 88 ELMHURST— 42 Mile, 4:54.2— Millikin, Soger, Mill. Jairlin, 158 ' 2 " — Sandall, M.. M. High jump. 6 ' — Kolkmeier, M., M. 440. :53.3— Mill., Mill., Mill. Shot Pill, 42 ' ll ' ,y ' — Millikin, .S.ind.ill, Milhkin. Pole Vault, U ' — Millikin, Meyer. 100. : — Br.indin.i;. Millikin, Millikm, High llufJlcu :16.() - Millikin. Millikin, Kolkmeier. Discus. 121 ' 11 j ' — Sand.ill. M., M. 880, 2:09.2— Millikin, Seger, Millikin. Broad lumj). 20 ' 2l i " — Mill . Millikin. Kolkmeier. 220, :23.1— Millikin. Millikin. Hr.indin.i; and Hoevers (tit). Tiro Mile. 1 1 :()■( - (;,ites. Millikin. W ' liiii head. Lou- Hurdles, :2r). 7— Millikin, Millikm. Millikin. Mile Relay, 3:38.0- Millikm. 39 THE VASSARS— INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL CHAMPS— First row: Harry Cook, T. O. Morrill, Al Southon. Second row: Paul Rahmeier, John Sandall, Dick Simonson. GIRLS ' VOLLEYBALL TEAM— First row: Jo Tiemann, Denyse Brown, Jean Erickson, Jean Tyson, Rita Kienle, Roni Young. Second row: Florence Hoechstenbach, Bea Pulver, Lois Dahl, Teach Johnson, Carol Ernst. THE GOOSEMEN — INTRAMURAL SOFTBALL CHAMPS — First row: Ralph Meyer, Dick Simonson, Goose Kolmer, Walt Herrscher. Second row: Chuck Burchardt, John Koelling, Mitch Green- wood. Third row: Joe Gardner, Ron Smith, Bob Johnson, John Smith. Polyhymnia poses in the Chapel. An extensive springtime tour took Elmhurst ' s " Musical Maidens " throughout the Northwestern states. POLYHYMNIA OFFICERS VIOLA REPP Director HOPE ZENKE President MARGARET KENNEDY Secretary MARIAN BRAUN Business Manager JOAN TIEMANN Assistant Business Manager Right: Chapel organist and pianist, Ma- rian Braun, with chimes-playing pro- tege, Rhea Menzel. OFFICERS OF THE CHAPEL CHOIR— Donald Mayer, president; Neva Pottratz, vice president; Richard Schiemann, treasurer; Ralph Meyer, business manager; and Donald Mayer, assistant busi- ness manager. T. Howard Krueger is the director. MEN ' S GLEE CLUB The olclest organization on cam- pus, the Men ' s Glee Club, this year, on its spring tour, went to points east as far as Washington and Annapolis. It is uncier the direction of David Austin. The officers are: John Thompson, president; Richard Brueseke, busi- ness manager; Robert Ahrendt, as- sistant business manager; and Ar- thur Zillgit, librarian. Paul Rah- meier and Daniel Winger are as- sistant directors, and David Wag- ner is accompanist. GLEE CLUU QUARTET— Left: Ch.ind- ler Hadlcy, Daniel Winger, Arthur Zillgit, and Paul Rahmcicr. 145 Sporting their new uni- forms and zestfully play- ing their instruments, the band added greatly to all athletic contests. OFFICERS— president, Wally Cordes; secretary, Shirley Klosterman; membership com- mittee, Audrey Meyer; Eric Gass and John Thompson. Left: Choral Union waits. Lower left: Chapel Quartet, Chandler Hadley, Hope Zenke, Margaret Kennedy, Jerry Hays. The Elmhurst College Theatre productions included Of Thee I Sing, the Homecoming musical, Down in the Valley, Androcles and the Lion, and Ring Around the Moon. All were under the di- rection of C. C. Arends. Below: Scene from Androcles and the Lion. THEATRE GUILD OFFICERS— Seated: Helen Prasse. assistant business manager; Betty Eckert, secretary; Ros Hoefer, social chairman. Standing: Shirley Klein, business manager; Ray Gaulke, president; Nancy ! Koop, treasurer. Missing: Glenn Halbe, vice president. PRE-THE CHRISTIAN EDUCATION C L U B— Seated: Bob Hedeman, Dr. Eugene Wehrli, advisor; Shirley Klosterman, Ray Whitehead, Standing: Ron Smith, John Thompson. CAMPUS BOOK STORE— Don Bessman, RiinhoK! Abclc. manager; Shirley Klosterman, Peggy Hollman, Art Hurrichter. One of the major projects of the Sociology Club was to bring Norman Thomas, perennial Socialist presidential candidate, on campus. The two pictures below show him in commons dining with the Sociology Club, and later, speaking in the Chapel. WHO ' S WHO Selected on the basis of scholar- ship, leadership, and contribution, by students, to represent Elmhurst in the National Who ' s Who Or- ganization were Margaret Kennedy, and R. B. Mernitz. 150 LECTURE SERIES COMMITTEE— Seated: Mr. George Langeler, Miss Nellie Stickle, Patricia Daum, Glenn Halbe, Mr. Eugene Lerner, chairman. Standing: Phillip Mazzone, Eric Gass, Mr. Robert Swords, Dr. Robert Koenig. Missing: Chandler Hadley, Mr. Charles Callahan, Mr. T. Howard Krueger. IRION HALL OFFICERS AND DORM COUNCILORS— Seated: Mr. George Langeler, Dan Schmiechen, Bob Utke, Art Burrichter. Standing: Glenn Wille, Eric Gass, Erv Bode, Dwayne Dollgener, Ron Kovach. INTER-DORM COUNCIL — Seated: Mrs. Lydia Herrmann, Mrs. Miriam Jones, Dean Genevieve Staudt, Neva Pottratz, Mr. George Langeler, Dick Felsing. Standing: Bob Burckle, Berniece Os- lage, Bob Utke, Bill Marshall. SOUTH HALL OFFICERS AND DORM COUNCILORS— Front: Ro- zella Utlaut, Suzanne Vogel. Back: Joan Geis, Rosemary Jamison, Mrs. Lydia Herrmann, Peggy De Wees, Rosalie Deters. OFFICERS PAUL RAHMEIER President KEN ZIEBELL First Vice President i ROSALYN HOEFER Secund Vice President ' WALTER BRUEGGEMANN Business Mainiger KEN BAKER Treasurer i PATRICIA COURTENAY Secretary [ CAROLINE STURM Social Ufe Chairman ' MANNY RANIERI Religious Ufe Chairman BOB WARSKOW Athletic Chairman WALTER HERRSCHER Publications Chairman 155 GLEN A. HALBE Editor-in-Chiej BOB BURCKLE Business Manager NANCY STITILS Associate Editor ERV BODE Advertising Manager CHUCK BURCHHARDT Circulation RAY WHITEHEAD Sports Editor BOB ANDERSON Assistant Sports Editor NADYA BOYCHUCK Make-up Editor MARTY RUSSELL Copy Editor MR. WM. BARCLAY Advisor STAFF — Paul Rahmeier, Joni Lance, George Taylor, Ron Yount, Tom Croson, Marshall Esty, Glenn Wille, Ralph Lundgren, Bob Warskow, Sylvia Smith, Noel Shapiro, Dick Stern, Bruce Jannusch, Les Weiner. Left: Editors at S.C.P.A. Conference enjoying themselves at the table and on Blackhawk ' s Monument. 160 Hernandez and Gardner at the mike. Director at work. STAFF CHUCK PERRONCEL Director MARSHALL ESTY Assistant Director NOEL SHAPIRO Business Manager JUDY TRNKA Secretary BOB OLESON Traffic Director JIM REAGAN Chief Announcer FRED NOLD News Editor BEVERLY SMITH Continuity BOB ANDERSON Sports Editor CLYDE LANGE Librarian MARILYN GOODMAN Accompanist S.C.A. CABINET — Left to right: Dick Ellerbrake, president; Regina Mitten, Intercollegiate Rep- resentative; Lester Weiner, Assistant Chairman of Social Responsibility Committee; Ralph Meyer, Retreat Chairman; Dick Schiemann, Assistant Retreat Chairman; Barbara Hoffmeister, Assistant Chairman of World Relatedness Committee; Orval Willimann, treasurer; Grace Twente, Chairman of World Relatedness; Pat Daum, Christian Heritage Committee; Don Mayer, Chairman of Personal and Campus Affairs Committee; Arthur Zillgit, vice president; Dr. Robert Koenig, advisor. 1. Target for tonight. 2. " Yes, that is the policy of my administration. " 3. Snow-time. 4. Playing horsey. 5. Belle of the Ball. 6. Travel ! Adventure ! Excitement ! 7. No more Burma Road. PLASS BROTHERS APPLIANCES Complete Line of G.E. Appliances 120 ADDISON AVE. ELMHURST COMPLIMENTS OF Villa Park Trust and Savings Bank VILLA PARK, ILLINOIS Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments of the ELMHURST-CHICAGO STONE COMPANY NIELSEN SMORGASBORD RESTAURANT 7330 W. North Avenue ME 7-4221 Gladstone 3-6650 Shop at Sears and Save " FAST SERVICE ON CATALOG ORDERS " Hardware and Electrical Supplies Auto Accessories and Tires Paint — Sporting Goods Plumbing and Heating Equipment Freezers and Household Appliances Stoves — Refrigerators Television — Radios Vacuum Cleaners Washing Machines SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Elmhurst Phone 3600 170 NORTH YORK ST. FRENCH CLEANERS OFFICE AND PLANT 514-524 W. Third St. Phone 1000 v36orQ6 cimuna Elmhurst, III. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING BRANCH BRANCH 1 16 S. York St. 6 E. Highland Phone 2726 Phone 507 Elmhurst, III. Villa Park Phone 5505 206 N. York St. Elmhurst. III. ELECTRIC v vJMrLIMtNIo Ur CDVDIC M ' C orTKIovJIN o SERVICE SHOP SHOE STORE Shoes for the First and Addison Entire Family Elmhurst, III. 160 N. York St. PHONE ELMHURST 1020 CONGRATULATIONS The Best in Entertainment GRADUATES YORK THEATRE Bargain Matinee to 6:00 P.M. Monday Thru Saturday NEV IMPROVED PUSH-BACK SEATS from OLLSWANG ' S Spend an evening in perfect relax- ation from your studies. You get the most . . . the best for your entertainment dollar at the York Tnoj ' f OP 1 ncci 1 cr Phone Elmhurst 6693 ELMHURST BIRD HOUSE Budgies and Canaries All Pet Supplies, Foods HELEN C. WIEDENBECK 109 W. 1st St. ELMHURST. ILL JOHN M. SMYTH COMPANY ESTABLISHED 1867 Ueep Kooted Like An Uak 134 NORTH YORK ST. ELMHURST, ILL. Hohey, Girl 1 u Fashions for Women 108 N. York St. COMPLIMENTS of a FRIEND Take the Elevator f? ' " ! !-. For Value With Service to Our New gMMPBMiifcSHS n The Right Goods Third Floor — Right Price Penthouse Salesroom Right When You Need It SOUKUrS DEPT HARDWARE STORE A HOME OWNED— HOME OPERATED STORE To .Be Worthy of . rs r-A NORTH YORK ST. ruWic Oontidence is the Ideal of SOUKUP ' S PHONE 7 J r i-x XA L- L l e Grown With the College and a (Quality Which ' We Cherish as Cur Most Prized Attainnnent THE YORK PHARMACY, INC. THE ELM DEPARTMENT STORE SAFETY — HEALTH — SERVICE Eimhurst ' s Finest Store Third and York Sts. Elmhurst, HI. Phone Elmhurst 3090 121-127 WEST FIRST ST. ELMHURST 368 COMPLIMENTS OF LAUNDER-MATIC LAUNDRY 116 W. PARK AVE. PHONE 6245 COMPLIMENTS ACE BARBER SHOP D. H. Elliott JEWELERS JOHN SEXTON COMPANY HAMILTON — ELGIN — HELBROS LE COULTRE — UNIVERSAL GENEVE WATCHES MANUFACTURING WHOLESALE GROCERS Feature Lock Diamonds Guaranteed Watch Repair PHONE 6730 1 oz IN. TorK oT. cimnursT, ill. P. O. 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