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Volume 39 Elmhurst College Elmhurst, Illinois " After three days they found him in the temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them and asking them questions: . . . " And Jesus increased in wisdom and in stature, and in favor with God and man. " Luke 2:46, 52 ■ i.:L. ! !-, ILL. J - ' " ' " ' ffm v j mm i " The 1957 staff of the Elms dedicates this book to Dr. Eugene Wehrli who has been a professor of religion at Elmhurst since 1948. He is foremost a Christian of no uncertain convictions who constantly chal- lenges the convictions of his students, and wisely, " he does not bid you enter the house of his wisdom, but rather leads you to the threshold of your own mind. " DR. EUGENE S. WEHRLI " And Jesus increased in wisdom . . . " And even as each one of you stands alone in God ' s knowledge, so must each one of you be alone in his knowledge of God and in his understanding of the earth. " Kahlil Gibran Left to right Linnea Pearson, Jim Schramm, Lona Howard, Louis Bartmann, Nancy Johnson, Bill Botz, Joanne Spek, Margaret Lehmann. First row, left to right: Eddie Nowakowski, Larry Lange, Bill Twitty, Dick Schultz. Second row: Jerry Ruby, Paul Thurston, Del Manning, Ron Kleckner, John Swanson, Lawerence Lorenz. Third row: Jim Nash, Lee Sparks, Richard Venzke. Fourth row: Frank Seabaugh, Bob Leeper, Ron Snyder. c 9 03 O o u C } o ,s 03 O T3 C8 S » •2 £ S c %x J) c 1 m i3 C « M ° M Ph 13 — CD 3 £ 2 KT3 W a s - 3 O S-n u y cs O . 0) 03 43 .5 Js 4iJ w »a. CO H ? h 03 O £ § ffi Class of 1959 BARBARA EHEKIRCHER Treasurer BOB MERKLE Vice President BEVERLY BROADHEAD Secretary RAYMOND AMUNDSEN Forest Park Chemistry BEATRICE ANDREWS Wheaton English LAUREL BATTY Chicago Pre-Nursing JOHN BAUMGARTNER Schleswig. Iowa Mathematics EILEEN BECHTOLD St. Louis. Missouri Pre-Dentistry ROBERT BEHMER Wheaton Chemistry DENNIS BENTZ Sheboygan. Wisconsin Business Administration DELORES BERGDOLT Evansville. Indiana Education DAVID BIELENBERG Elmhurst PAULA BOESCH St. Louis. Missouri Education BURTON BOLDEBUCK Elmhurst Marketing MARY BOWERS St. Louis, Missouri Pre-Theological NOEL BRITTAIN Berwyn Accounting BEVERLY BROADHEAD La Crosse, Wisconsin Speech JAN BROWN Chicago CHARLES BRUESKE Quincy Biology LOIS BRUEGGEMAN Elmwood Park Education RICHARD BUCK Oak Park Business Administration GARY BURIANEK Bensenville Business Administration MARILYN CANTRELL Elmhurst Education JANE DESCOUROUEZ Chicago Science RUDOLPH ENGSTROM Villa Park Busi ness Administration CHARLES FREDERICK FALK Itasca Business Administration ALLEN FISCHER Elmhurst English JUDITH FOLGATE Dakota Education NEIL FREITAG Elkader, Iowa Psychology DARLENE GEHRKE Maywood Education MARY GERSPACHER Pekin Education DOROTHY GIESEBRECHT Chicago Education JANE GONSER Milwaukee, Wisconsin Biology BETTY GORWICK Northlake ROBERT PAUL GREER Glen Ellyn Accounting ALFEJS GRIKMANIS Chicago Philosophy RUTH MURIEL GUMPER Quincy Psychology WARREN GRAM HASSE Glen Ellyn Business Administration JOHN CLARENCE HAEUSSLER Ann Arbor, Michigan LORETTA LOUISE HAGEMANN St. Louis, Missouri Education MARY ELLEN HARKINS Lombard Education FRANK JOSEPH HARTMAN Cleveland, Ohio ROBERT LEE HARVEY Elmhurst Business Administr ation MARLENE ANN HAUPTMANN Chicago JAMES HELM Cleveland, Ohio Pre-Theological JOEL GEORGE HERTER Elmhurst Business Administration SHji Mm DAVID JUERGENS Denver, Colorado Philosophy PATRICK KALASARDO Bellwood Business Administration JOSEPH KARIOTIS Melrose Park Education KENNETH CHARLES KLINGE Oak Park KEN ALFRED KOCH La Grange Pre-Dental ROBERT WALTER ROLLER Monroe, Wisconsin History CAROL ANN KOSANKE Ripon, Wisconsin Christian Education CSABA KOVACS Trenton, New Jersey Chemistry EILEEN KRAKORA Berwyn Pre-Nursing MILAN KRALIK Royalton, Ohio Sociology WILMA JEAN KULHAN Oak Lawn Speech GUSTAV KUETHER La Crosse. Wisconsin Chemistry JAMES WILLIAM KULTON Elmhurst Business Administration ELIZABETH ELLEN KUTCHER Blue Island Science JACK LA MAR Evansville. Indiana Philosophy FRED EVERETT LANGE Chicago JACK EUGENE LANTRIP Elmhurst Business Administration FRED JAMES LARGEN Chicago Pre-Theological KENNETH LARSEN Chicago Pre-Dental FRED LONGNECKER Elmhurst Education NARCISSZA LUDYANI Astoria, New York Chemistry ALAN ROBERT LYFORD River Grove Business Administration JUDITH MacLEOD Aurora Education RONALD RAY MASSIE Des Plaines Business Administration WALTER MOHR Chicago History EARL MORGAN St. Charles, Missouri KENNETH MULHOLLAND Forest Park NANCY NELSON Franklin Park Pre-Nursing ROGER PALDAUF Elmhurst Pre-Law EDWARD MOORE Maywood Psychology WARREN MUELLER Chicago Pre-Theological BEVERLY NELSON Blue Island Education ROBERT OLBERG Chicago Business Administration PATRICIA PATRICK Melrose Park Psychology KENNETH SAARI River Grove Business Administration RAY SATTERLEE Elmhurst Business Administration RICHARD SANDER Chicago History SUSAN SAVOY Villa Park Education DONALD SCHICKEDANZ St. Louis, Missouri Philosophy CAROL SCHIPPEL Chicago Pre-Nursing RICHARD SCHMIDT Elmhurst Chemistry EUGENE SCHNIERER ClevelaridUOhio Pre-Theolo ' gical PETER SCHMIECHEN St. Paul, Minnesota History RUTH ELAINE SCHOENING Council Bluffs, Iowa Chemistry DONNA SCHUETZ Chicago Education JOHN SCHULTHISE Troy, Indiana Pre-Theological JON SCHULTZ Farmington, Michigan Pre-Theological RALPH SCHULTZ Milwaukee Sociology HARLEAN SCHWEISGUTK Jennings, Missouri Education GLEN SCHWINKENDORF New Salem, North Dakota Psychology GAY SEVERSIKE Elkhart, Iowa Pre-Nursing FRANCES SHAY Grayslake Biology LILA MAE SCHYBERG Chicago Education ROBERT SIEVER Millersburg Pre-Theological DAVID SLOAN Bensenville Business Administration LESTER SONTAG Elmhurst Pre-Theological DAVE SMALL Lombard Science RICHARD SORGEL Glen Ellyn Business Administration JANET SPEK Elmhurst Business Administration DAVID SPENCER Freeport History MILTON STASKAL Boscobel, Wisconsin Religion CAROL SUMNER Chicago Education JUDITH STORCH River Forest Education DONALD SWORTIFIGUER St. Louis, Missouri Liberal Arts juK K BBtrnM BBS „. „ - M JAMES TELEGDY Cheswick. Pennsylvania Business Administration JACQUELYN THOMPSON Oak Park Education KENNETH TIEMAN Corder. Missouri Business Administration RAPHAEL TOTZKE Saukville. Wisconsin Mathematics BARBARA UTKE Milwaukee. Wisconsin Education RALPH VAHRENBERG Hoyleton Pre-Theological BARBARA VAN CURA Brookfield Pre-Nursing CLAIRE VAN REED So. Perth Amboy. New Jersey Chemistry ANTOINETTE WAHL Baltic. Ohio Medical Technician NANCY WALKER W. Chicago Music LYLE KUEHL President Class of 1958 CLASS OFFICERS— Left to right: Don Durrett, Sergeant-at-Arms ; Frances H nach. Treasurer- Nancy Schwarz, Secretary; Kenneth Roedder. Vice President. BETTY ALMASY Hammond, Indiana Music ROGER BABICH Lombard English HAROLD ARNEY Calumet City Business Administration ■■fk CAROLYN BARTH Bensenville Science TOM BARTMANN Elmhurst Business Administration BETTY SUE BELLINE Garfield, New Jersey Education JAMES BERGHOEFER Oak Park Business Administration JANET BECHTOLD St. Louis, Missouri Sociology MARLEEN BELZA Berwyn Education LEROY BESIC Elmhurst Pre-Medical ROBERT BIRKNER La Crosse, Wisconsin Chemistry ROLAND BIZER Northbrook History DOLORES BOEHM Itasca Business Administration RONALD BOETTCHER Elmhurst Business Administration DOROTHY BORDEAUX Elmhurst Psychology JOAN BUCHER McHenry Education DON BURCKY Des Plaines Business Administration WILLIAM CARLSON Evanston Philosophy MARY CHAMPION Westchester Psychology MARY CROWELL Western Springs Psychology WILLIAM DAWSON Elmhurst Chemistry PATRICIA DEUTSCHE Elmhurst Education SACHIKO DONAO Chicago Social Science WILLIAM DECKER Alpha, New Jersey History MARGARET DIMITT Elmhurst Social Science BETTY M. DUNSCOMB Elmhurst Psychology RICHARD F. DVORAK Bellwood Business Administration JOHN C. EICHACKER St. Louis, Missouri Christian Education ARTHUR EGGLESTON Villa Park Chemistry JANET E. ELLISON Elmhurst Speech Correction HERBERT HENRY GROTE Oak Park Political Science JUDITH JOAN GROVES Louisville, Kentucky Biology JUANITA MARIE HACKMAN Jefferson City, Missouri Christian Education JEAN MARY HAEFNER South Bend, Indiana Speech Correction FRANCES ALBERTA HARNACH Chicago Biology NANCY KAY HARRIS Itasca Psychology INA LUCILLE HAUPT Augusta, Missouri Accounting ALLAN WAYNE HEDEMAN Warrenton, Missouri Biology JOHN CONRAD HERMANN Chicago Business Administration ALVIN ALBERT HERZFELD Dearborn, Michigan Business Administration T! CAROLE SUSANA HOFFMAN Elmwood Park Business Administration SUSAN JUSKO Lombard Biology LOUIS A. KAYATIN Richeyville. Pennsylvania History PHYLLIS KING Hinsdale History ROBERT LOUIS KLEIN Cullman. Alabama Sociology JACK JENSEN Elmhurst Political Science KATHRYN KACENA Prospect Heights Education SHARON JOYCE KELLY St. Louis. Missouri Education CHARLES HENRY KLEIN Cleveland, Ohio Speech CAROL JEAN KNICKREHM Peotone Pre-Nursing BARBARA MARIE KOENIG St. Louis, Missouri Music THOMAS LAY Northbrook Mathematics HY SANG LEE Korea Pre-Legal ROGER LEWIS LOW Elmhurst Business Administration WILLIAM JOHN MANDY Lackawanna. New York Biology MARVIN HERMAN MARCKS Sibley. Missouri History LESTER McCOUN Danville Economics RUBY MERKLE Ohio City. Ohio Pre-Nursing MARION METCALF Elmhurst Education GLENN MEYERROSE St. Louis, Missouri History RONALD MINTER RONALD REINECKE Elmhurst Psychology NORMA ROHRKASSE Hamel English MARY JANE ROWAN Forest Park Education BERNICE SCHENDEL Faribault. Minnesota Christian Education BARBARA SCHIECHE LaCrosse. Wisconsin Spanish KENNETH ROEDDER River Grove Sociology CHARLES ROSS St. Louis, Missouri History NANCY SCHAAD Merrill, Wisconsin Speech Correction FRED SCHICK Palos Heights Psychology SALLY SCHMACHT Rock Island Education EDNA SCHMIDT Mt. Carmel Christian Education ELEANOR SCHNEIDER Chicago Education MONS SCHRANTZ Villa Park Business Administration LOWELL SCHRUPP Prescott, Wisconsin Philosophy CAROL SCHWEISGUTH St. Louis, Missouri Christian Education RICHARD SCHMIDT Elmhurst History KENNETH SCHRAMM Schiller Park Chemistry, Biology BRUNO SCHROEDER Franklin Park Philosophy NANCY SCHWARZ Chicago Education MARILYN SEAY La Grange English SHARON STRAUBE Le Mars, Iowa Education DOROTHY SUHRE Alhambra Education WALTERINE SZALAY Perth Amboy. New Jersey Psychology RUTH TESCHKE Chicago Education JAMES TOPOLE Elmhurst Business Administration NANCY TUKA Elmhurst English GAY TAYLOR Elmhurst Education JOAN TIEMEYER New Albany, Indiana Secretarial Training HARRY TREMAINE Chicago Business Administration WILLIAM VANDERWATER Elmhurst Education ml JANICE VOGELMANN Milwaukee. Wisconsin Music JONATHAN WAGNER Webster Groves. Missouri Sociology SANDRA WALTZ Grand Rapids. Michigan Education MARLA WECLEW Chicago English CHARLES WILLIAMS Elmhurst Chemistry ELAINE WACHOWSKI Des Plaines Education ARTHUR WAIDMANN Augusta. Missouri Sociology RHEDA WARMING Burlington. Iowa Education DOROTHY WERNER Villa Park English JACK WINCHELL Elmhurst Marketing ROGER BAKER Maywood Business Administration ERWIN BODE St. Louis, Missouri Sociology Ministry Intramurals 1, 2. 3, 4; WRSE 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4; Dorm Council 1, 4; Dorm President 4; Choral Union 2, Treasurer 1; Who ' s Who 4; Student Union, First Vice President 3, Parlia- mentarian 2, 3, 4; Elm Bark Advertis- ing Manager 1; Social Life 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Committee Chairman 4. B. EDWARD BODNAM Granite City Economics Business Administration Football 1, 2, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Base- ball 1. 2; Intramurals 3; " E " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Concessions Chairman 3. KATHLYN BOEKE Evansville, Indiana Education ELIZABETH ANN BORGSTEDE St. Louis, Missouri Mathematics Accountant Choral Union 2; Elms 1. LOIS BRANDING Granite City Speech Correction DALE EDMONDS BRECHT Elmhurst History Ministry RICHARD J. BREHM Chicago Biology Teaching FT A 4; Science Club 4. WILLIAM BROCK Oak Park Business Administration LOUIS BUCHHOLD JR. St. Louis, Missouri Philosophy RICHARD LAWRENCE BUCKLEY Elmwood Park Chemistry Chemical Sales Previously attended the University of Illinois at Champaign. ROBERT A. CARNEY Addison History and Business Administration Pre-Law Baseball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Varsity 1; Tennis Team 3; Cross Country 2; SCA 4; Student Union Senate 1. IVAN L. ENGELHARDT Loveland, Colorado Philosophy CAROL ERNST Wichita, Kansas Education Elementary Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA 3; Co-Chairman of Women ' s Union Circus 4; SCA 1, 2; Religion-in-Life Week Committee 2, Secretary 4; Who ' s Who; Student Union Senate 1, 4; Elms Assistant Editor 3; Theatre Guild 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Business Manager 4; Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4, Secre- tary 2, Treasurer 4. RICHARD CHARLES ERNST Bensenville Psychology Professional Psychology Intramurals; Psychology Club; French Club. DONALD R. FEARN Elmhurst English Advertising Football 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Union Senate 1, 2; Elms Business Manager 2, 3, 4. CAROLE JANICE FETZ Villa Park English Teaching Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-captain 3; French Club President 2; Junior Prom Chairman 3. BARBARA FIEHLER Black River Falls, Wisconsin Psychology Attended the University of Wisconsin. Was in WRSE. DONALD FOX Bellwood Economics MARGARET A. FREDRICKSON Chicago Education Elementary Teaching FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Dorm Council 3; German Club 2 ; attended the University of Illinois at Chicago. FRED R. FREEBOLIN Elmhurst Psychology Public Relations Photographer for both the Elms and the Elm Bark. JOAN GAMBAL Chicago Speech RICHARD LEE GAMPERT Elmhurst Business Administration DONALD GARDELLA Chicago History Chaplain Baseball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; WRSE 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 4; Elm Bark 3, 4; German Club 1, 2; Athletic Committee 3, 4, Publicity Director 3, 4. - - .J SHIRLEY ARLENE HELMOLD Bennett, Iowa Elementary Education Teaching FTA 3, 4; Pre-The Society 1, 2; Chapel Choir 2 ; Choral Union 4. RAMON ROBERT HERNANDEZ Villa Park History Ministry Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; WRSE 1, 3 Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; Choral Union -3 SCA 1; Elms 2; Psychology Club 3 Elm Bark 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 4. MARLENE ROSE HEUSER Chicago Primary Education Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 1; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Librarian-Historian 2, Secretary-Treas- urer 4; WRSE Secretary 2; Junior Prom Queen 3; Women ' s Union Secretary 3; Choral Union 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 3, 4; SCA 1; Religion-in-life week committee 4; Student Union Senate 1, 2, 3; Theatre Guild 1, 2; Elm Bark 1, 2, 3, Feature Editor 2, 3. BARBARA J. HOFMEISTER Ackley, Iowa Christian Education Parish Worker Pre-The and Christian Ed Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 2, 3, 4; SCA Cabinet 1, 2; Religion-in-life week committee 3, 4; Religious Life Committee 3, 4. ANDREW H. HOLLEN Oak Park Business Administration Merchandising, Retailing Attended Beloit College. JOHN W. HORNER Elmhurst Economics Merchandising Elmhurst Radio Players; president of the Theatre Guild 4. 1 31 RICHARD W. HUIZINGA Cicero Business Administration Executive Attended Morton Junior College; Intra- murals; " E " Club 4; Track 3, 4. WESLEY HUMMEL Warrenton, Missouri Sociology Ministry Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Pre-The Society 1, 2, 3; Band 1; Dorm Council 3; Firesides 3; SCA 1, 2, President 4. DEAN L. HUNTER Elmhurst Liberal Arts Banking Attended Joliet Junior College; Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Quartermaster 2, 3. ROBERT JAMES HYDE Bellwood Divisional, Social Science Secondary Teaching FT A 1; Student Union Senate 4; Theatre Guild 1; Spanish Club 1; His- tory Assistant 4. LOU IRMIS Itasca Elementary Education Teaching FT A 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1; Span- ish Club 1; Bowling 3. MAIJA JEKABSONS Franklin Park Music Education ALLEN KALLENBACH Evansville, Indiana History Ministry Attended Purdue University; WRSE 4; Pre-The Society 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 2; Glee Club 3, 4; Choral Union 2, 3, 4; SCA Organ for Vespers 4. APHRODITE " DIDI " KATSULIS Melrose Park Elementary Education Teaching Elms Queen 2; Student Union Senate 2; Theatre Guild 1, 2. CARL F. KEMPER Milford, Nebraska Sociology Ministry Intramurals 2, 4; WRSE 1, 2, 4; SCA 4; Student Union Senate 4; " Goodbye, My Fancy. " JAMES KINDL Elmhurst Business Administration Economics Sales Basketball 1; Baseball 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 4. KARL KIRKMAN Jeffersonville, Indiana Sociology Ministry Lecture Series Committee 4; Pre-The Society 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1; Student Union Senate 1. ROBERT KOCH California, Missouri Sociology Ministry Attended Central College; Pre-The Society 3, 4; Dorm Council 4. JOHN A. KOELLING Burlington, Iowa History Ministry Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Schick Contest 1, 4; Pre-The Society 1, 2, 3 W 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 2; Theatre Guild 1; German Club 1, 2. DORIS KORINEK Chicago Primary Education Teaching FTA 1. 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4; Choral Union 1, 3; French Club 1, 2. RUTH ELAINE KORINEK Chicago Primary Education Teaching FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1, French Club 1, 2. HARVEY ARTHUR KRETSCHMER JR. Villa Park Chemistry Chemist ADENA KUEBLER Richmond, Michigan Elementary Education Teaching FTA 3, 4; Chape] Choir 1, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2. AUDREY KUIKEN Blue Island Edu cation Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 1; FTA 1, Choral Union 1, 2. PHYLLIS LARSON Park Ridge English WILMA LAWRENZ Chicago English Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 1; Who ' s Who; Women ' s Union Cabinet 2; Chapel Choir 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1; SCA Retreat Committee 3, 4; Theatre Guild 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 1, 2; Home- coming Revue co-author; Student-Fac- ulty Show chairman 3. WAYNE LINKE Seattle, Washington History Ministry Attended Everet Junior College; Tennis Team 3; WRSE 4; Pre-The Society 2, 3; Chapel Choir 2; Band 2; Choral Union 2, 3; Dorm Council 2; German Club 2. RALPH LUNDGREN Berkeley Psychology Personnel Work Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 3, President 4; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4, President 2; Co-Chairman of Who ' s Who 3; first Vice President of Student Union 4; Student Union Senate 1, 2, 3; Elm Bark 1, 2; Social Life 4; Homecoming Parade 3, 4, Chairman 3. CHAR LES ROSS McCLELLAN St. Louis, Missouri History Ministry Attended Washington University; In- tramurals 2, 3, 4; WRSE 3, 4; Pre-The Society 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; SCA 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 4; Religion- in-life week 4. RHEA H. MENZEL Manchester, Michigan Elementary Education Teaching Junior Prom Court 3; OFS Committee 1, 2, 3, 4; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3; Choral Union 1, 2, 3, 4; SCA 1, 2, 3, 4; Who ' s Who; Student Union Senate 1, 2; SU Secretary 3; Vice President 4. JANE MESENBRINK Maywood Elementary Education Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 1, 2; FTA 1, 3, 4; Student Union Senate 3; Elms 3. CAROL METZ Chicago Sociology JOHN MOLNAR Cleveland, Ohio Biology MANFRED MORITZ Jackson, Missouri Psychology ARLENE MOSEL Blue Island Mathematics Accountant Women ' s Intramurals 1 ; Choral Union 1, 2, 3; Student Librarian 3, 4. ARLENE MUNROE Maywood Sociology JOHN E. MURPHY STEPHEN JACK PEDI JR. JOHN RICHARD PELKA Dolton Lombard Elmhurst Chemistry Sociology, English Chemistry Teaching Ministry Chemist Baseball 1; Science Club 3; Sociology Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3; Club 2; Pre-The Society 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Club Presi- OFS Committee 2, 3, 4; Student Union dent 3, 4. Senate 3, 4. WALTER BROR PETERSON Melrose Park Mathematics Teaching Intramurals 1. NELDA PIEPHO Dyer, Indiana Mathematics Teaching Dorm Council 3; Firesides 3. MARION D. POCKER Jeffersonville, Indiana Sociology Ministry Intramurals 2; Sociology Club 2; Pre- The Society 1, 2; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3; Band 2; Choral Union 2. CAROLE IONE POLTROCK Elmhurst Elementary Education Teaching FTA 4; German Club 1, 2. MARILYN JOY RAPPUHN Maywood Elementary Education Teaching Attended West Suburban Hospital; In- tramurals 2; FTA 2, 3, 4; Elms 3; German Club 3. ROBERT RAYMOND Williams Bay, Wisconsin Education NANCY REED New Albany, Indiana Elementary Education Teaching Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Dorm Coun- cil 4. NORMAN WILLIAM REGITZ Elmhurst Business Administration Intramurals. WALLACE REIFSTECK Champaign Psychology LLOYD L. REIMHERR New Orleans, Louisiana Psychology Ministry Pre-The Society; Intramurals. RONALD L. RHODES Lombard Biology M edicine Choral Union 1. BURTON ROBINSON Berwyn Accounting Accountant Intramurals 2, 3; French Club 3. RICHARD RODENBECK Kewaskum, Wisconsin History Intramurals 1. 2, 3, 4; Dorm Council 4; SCA Cabinet 2, 3; German Club 1, 2. JOHN ROEMER Louisville, Kentucky Psychology WILLIAM CARL ROYSTER Fort Worth, Texas Sociology Ministry Football 4; Intramurals 1, 2, Vice President 2. GEORGE SANGMEISTER Frankfort Political Science JOHN E. SAXTON Tilden, Nebraska History Ministry Attended Westmar College; Pre-The Society 3; SCA 3; Religion-in-life week committee 3. CARL WILLIAM SCALET Chicago Accounting Accountant Band 2, 3; Theatre Guild 4. GORDON M. SCHIFFMAN Elmhurst Business Administration Personnel Management Intramurals 1, 2, 3; WRSE 1, 2; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Band 1, 2; Choral Union 1; German Club 1, 2. ARLAN E. SCHLUNDT Michigan City, Indiana Philosophy Ministry, Pre-The Society 1, 2, Steering Com- mittee 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 3; Dorm Council 4; Class Treasurer 4; Student Union Senate 3; Elm Bark 2, 3, 4, Editor 4. ROBERT M. SCHMIDT Wright City, Missouri Sociology Ministry Intramurals; Sociology Club; Debate team; Pre-The Society; Band, Band President; Choral Union; Elm Bark. BARBARA HELYN SCHRODER Elmhurst Elementary Education Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 3, 4; FTA 3, 4; Choral Union 3, 4, Secretary 3; Student Union Senate 1; Co-chairman of Junior Homecoming Float. DAVID P. SCHUSTER Forest Park History Ministry JOE SEGER Merrill, Wisconsin History Teaching Ministry Basketball 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; " E " Club 2, 3, 4; Cross Country 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4; Debate Team 1; Schick Contest, second place 1; Dorm Council Secretary-Treasurer 2; Who ' s Who; SCA 1, 2, 3; Vice President of SCA 3; Student Union Cabinet, Business Manager and Pres- ident. DONALD SEIFERT Elmhurst Psychology WAYNE SIEK Downers Grove English Teaching DOROTHY SHIPE Quincy Psychology JOAN SKADRA Elkhart, Indiana Sociology Church Social Work Attended Park College RONALD E. SMITH Quincy Sociology Ministry Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Pre-The Society 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choral Union 4; Dorm Council 4; Class Officer 1, 3; Student Union Cabinet 4; Student Union Senate 2; Social Life 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4; German Club 1, 2. SYLVIA SMITH Skokie English Teaching Chapel Choir; Choral Union; Elm WILLIAM SMITH Elmhurst English GERALD S. SNYDER Freeport Political Science Ministry Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2; WRSE 3; Pre-The Society 1, 4; Class Pres- ident 3; SU Treasurer 4; German Club 3; Dorm Council. KENNETH STEFFY Maywood Business Administration NANCY STITILS Maywood Primary Education Teaching Intramurals 1, 3, 4; FTA 1, 2, 3, 4; Elm Bark 1. KENNETH STRECKERT Park Ridge Speech Law Golf 3, 4; " E " Club 4; Debate team 1, 2, 3, 4; German Club 1, 2. MARLENE RUTH STRECKERT Park Ridge Elementary Education Teaching Attended Wright Junior College; FTA 3, 4; Choral Union 3; Theatre Guild 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. ELSIE R. STURM Elmhurst Speech Correction Speech Correctionist Elm Bark 2; Social Life Committee 3; Theatre Guild 1, 2, 3. WALLIE SWANSON Elmhurst Business Administration Attended University of Illinois at Urbana; Intramurals. JUDITH TRNKA Chicago Elementary Education Teaching Homecoming Court 3, Queen 4; WRSE 1; Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 4; Choral Union 1, 4; Elms 1, 2, 3, Editor 3; SU Senate 3; Dorm Council 2; Social Life 3, 4; OFS 1, 2, 3, 4; Homecoming Committee 3, 4; Freshman Week Com- mittee 2, 3, 4. RICHARD TRONDSEN Elmhurst Political Science Accounting Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; WRSE 1; Elm Bark 1; Football Publicity 1, 2, 4. SUZANNE VOGEL St. Louis, Missouri Elementary Education Teaching Women ' s Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Home- coming Court 1, 2, 4; EII Court 3; FTA 4; WRSE 4; Women ' s Union In- tramural Chairman 2; Cheerleaders 1, 2, 3; Dorm Council 1; Class Secre- tary 1. DONALD WESTCOTT Glen Ellyn Spanish Interpreter Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Cross Country 1, 2; Choral Union 1; Spanish Club 1, 2; Head Resident of Dorm. KEITH A. WESTPHAL Port Huron, Michigan Sociology Ministry Intramurals 2, 3; SCA 4; Religion- in-life week 3, 4; Class Treasurer 3; Religious Life Chairman 4; Elm Bark 3; German Club 1, 2. ROY WILHELM Oak Park History GLENN RAYMOND WILLE Milwaukee, Wisconsin Psychology Ministry Football 3; Cross Country 2; Schick Contest Winner 1; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; Choral Union 1; Dorm Council 1; Stu- dent Union Senate 1; Elm Bark 1, 3, 4. The Elmhurst College Campus was saddened this year by the loss of its beloved leader and President, Dr. Henry W. Dinkmeyer. Dr. Dinkmeyer was a familiar figure in the " everyday life " of the school where his stately bearing, ready smile, and keen sense of dedication to his God and to his alma mater endeared him to all who knew him. And many really knew this man, for he played a truly significant role as college presidents go. Never limiting his activities to the cloistered confines of closed doors and high level policy decisions, Dr. Dinkmeyer kept his office and indeed his very life open to those who wished to share in his friendship or to seek some personalized counseling. Eulogies there have been in these past few months for a man whose life touched the lives of so many others. They called him " the Builder " and told us that in the wake of his untimely passing he had left as his enduring memorial on the Elmhurst Campus, monuments in stone, which were the significant contributions of his decade of service. Yet stone is cold, and with the passage of time, these buildings will become an accepted part of the college setting and will belong to the memory and heritage of an institution and not to any one man. The monument which Dr. Dinkmeyer leaves behind is yet to be completed for it is to be found in the lives of those who in their years at Elmhurst were touched in a very common, ordinary, yet significant manner by the strength of his character and the quality of spirit which shone through his life and actions. This is not the type of monument marked by the tangible grandeur of a building or the eloquent utterance of a touching eulogy. Memories soon fade, yet the seeds of dedication and Christian purpose remain in the lives of those who knew him as more than a minister, a President, an executive or even a builder. To those hundreds of students who came to know him as a " friend, " the noble quality of his life lives on in the quality of life which he engendered in them. New leaders arise, new opportunities for service are opened, and always in our minds as we make our contribution to life will be the thought " were it not for him . . . " Yes, his memory lives on as a " monument in lives. " First row: Judge Louis M. Hammerschmidt. Mr. Erwin J. Goebel. Dr. Edward " W. Brueseke, Dr. E. J. A. Koch, Mr. George P. Werth. Dr. H. W. Dinkmeyer. Dr. Michael Baas. Second row: Dr. Albert G. Gonser. Dr. Armin Haeussler. Rev. Mr. H. H. Wintermeyer, Dr. Erwin R. Koch, Mr. Fred S. Kixmiller. Dr. Frederick R. Daries. Third row: Dr. B. J. Koehler. Mr. L. H. Goebel. Rev. Mr. Robert T. Fauth. Mr. Paul C. Fleer. Fourth row: Rev. Mr. Norman C. Zulauf. Mr. Alfred E. Studt. Rev. Mr. F. C. Allrich. Not pictured: Mr. George C. Buik. Mrs. Clara Ehlers. Mr. Raymond Giesecke, Dr. Paul Klopsteg. Mrs. Carl J. Madlinger. The Board of Directors is the agency through which the Evangelical and Reformed Church exercises supervision and control over Elmhurst College. The Board of Directors determines the policies of the college, and is respon- sible for much of the planning and management of college affairs. MRS. MARY W. JOHNSTON B.A., Parsons College Instructor in English HENRY E. COLLINS M.A., Yale University Assistant Professor of English MRS. TEKLA STORY B.A., Lake Forest College; M.A., Northwestern University Assistant Professor of English DR. C. HOBART EDGREN B.S., Northwestern University; M.A. University of Michigan; Ph.D., Northwestern University Associate Professor of English ROBERT W. SWORDS B.A., M.A., University of Chicago Assistant Professor of English WILLIAM R. BARCLAY B.A., M.A., Michigan State University Assistant Professor of English Foreign Languages MRS. MIRIAM BONIFIELD JONES B.A., M.A., University of Illinois Assistant Professor of Spanish DR. MARIE A. WELLINGTON B.A., St. Mary-of-the-Woods College; M.A., Ph. D., Northwestern University Assistant Professor of Spanish DR. WALTER WADEPUHL B.A., College of the City of New York; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Professor of German MRS. LUCIEN GRAS B.E., North Illinois State Teachers College ; M.A., Northwestern University Professor of French History DR. RUDOLF G. SCHADE DR. PAUL N. CRUSIUS ROYAL J. SCHMIDT B.A., M.A., Columbia University; A.B., A.M., Ph.D., Harvard Univer- B.S., Lewis Institute; M.A., Univer- B.D., S.T.M., Union Theological sity sity of Chicago Seminary; Th.D., Baptist Theolog- Professor of History Assistant Professor of History and ical Seminary Political Science Professor of History Library MARGUERITE S. KAUFMAN B.A., Carthage College; B.S. in L.S., University of Colorado; M.S. in L.S., University of Illinois Librarian MRS. RESTEMYER KARL H. CARLSON B.A., M.A., Wesleyan; Litt. D. Curator of Special Col- lections in Library SHIRLEY GROBE B.A., Rosary College Assistant Librarian ROBERT D. THATCHER B.M., American Conservatory of Music Director of the Chapel Choir. Secretary of School of Music ROBERT RESTEMYER M.M.. B.M.. Eastman School of Music; State University of Iowa Assistant Professor of Music. Acting Head of School of Music VIOLA L. REPP B.M.. American Conserva- tory of Music Director of Polyhymnia. Instructor in Voice DAVID R. AUSTIN B.M.. M.M., American Conservatory of Music Dierctor of Glee Club, Instructor in Voice GUSTAV DUNKELBERGER B.M.. American Conservatory of Music ' ; A.M., Ph.B.. University of Chicago. In- stitute of Musical Art. Chicago Musical College Assistant Professor of Music Adrienne Gibson. Phyllis Finnemore. Elsa Fischer. Marie Hernandez. DR. HOMER H. HELMICK A.B., M.A.. Defiance Col- lege; Ph.D.. University of Chicago Professor of Chemistry DR. HELEN STRONG S.B.. Ph.D., University of Chicago Lecturer in Geology and Geography DR. HARVEY DE BRUINE A.B., Hope College; M.S., University of Illinois; Ph.D., University of Michigan Professor of Biology Natural Science Mathematics DR. HARVEY DE BRUINE Professor of Biology MABEL R. NEBEL M.A., B.A., University of Saskatchewan; Ph.D., Cor- nell University Visiting Lecturer in Biology MANUEL E. FINKELSTEIN M.S., DePaul University; B.S., Roosevelt University Instructor in Mathematics DAVID B. BRITTAIN B.A., M.A., DePauw Univer- sity Instructor in Biology C. E. KOMMES B.E., Superior State College; Ph.M., University of Wis- consin Associate Professor of Chemistry Sociology DR. THEOPHIL W. MUELLER MR. KENNETH POLK B.A., Adelbert College; M.A.. Western Reserve University; D.D.. Catawba Col- lege Professor of Sociology Physical Education WALTER SCHOUSEN B.S.. M.E., Miami of Ohio Instructor of Physical Education MAUDE MEYER B.E., North Illinois State Teach- ers College; M.S.. University of Wisconsin Director of Women ' s Athletics OLIVER M. LANGHORST B.S., M.S.. University of Illinois Professor of Physical Education HAROLD P. OWEN A.B.. William Jewell College; University of Missouri. M.A. Assistant Professor of Physical Education Psychology DR. ROBERT F. DE ROO B.S., North Central College; M.A Ph.D., Northwestern University Associate Professor of Psychology Not pictured: MRS. PHYLLIS Y. H. KAO B.A., Hua Nan College (China) M.A., Mills College Instructor in Psychology Philosophy DR. WILLIAM J. HALFTER B.A., Elmhurst College; B.D., Eden Theological Seminary; M.A., Washington University; Ph.D., Yale University Professor of Philosophy Not pictured: ROBERT J. CLARK B.A., Elmhurst College; B.D.. Uni- versity of Chicago Instructor in Philosophy Business Administration (not pictured) WILLIAM JOSEPH BAUER B.A., Elmhurst College; J.D., De- Paul University Instructor in Business Administra- tion JEAN SALTZMANN GOODMAN Ph.B., University of Wisconsin; C.P.A., State of Wisconsin Instructor in Business Administra- tion MAYBELLE KOHL B.A., University of Wisconsin; M.A., Northwestern University ; Ph.D., Columbia University Associate Professor of Business Administration R. ARTHUR WAGNER B.S. in B.Ad., Elmhurst College; B.D., Eden Theological Seminary Instructor in Business Administra- tion AGNES MELLIS B.S., M.A., University of Nebraska Instructor in Secretarial Training Religion REV. J. W. FIEGENBAUM A.B.. Drury College; B.D. Theological Seminary Instructor in Religion and Greek REV. A. H. LIMPER Eden B.A., Elmhurst College; B.D.. Eden Theological Seminary REV. PAUL J. ACHTEMEIER B.A.. Elmhurst College; B.D.. Union Theological Seminary Instructor in Religion and Greek DR. EUGENE S. WEHRLI A.B.. Oberlin College: B.D.. Eden Theological Seminary; Ph.D.. Uni- versity of Chicago Speech MISS FRANCES E. LOHR B.A., Michigan State University; M.A.. Northwestern University Instructor in Speech Correction Not pictured: C. C. ARENDS B.S.. Bradley University: Northwestern University Professor of Speech M.A.. DONALD LOW B.A., M.A.. State University of Iowa; P h.D.. Northwestern Uni- versity Assistant Professor of Speech RICHARD J. LYSTON B.S. in Education. Towson State Teachers ' College; M.A.. North- western University Instructor in Speech Art Department Education Department MISS LATHAM BASKERVILLE B.F.A., M.F.A., School of the Art Institute Assistant Professor of Art MRS. M. J. DAVIS B.A., Wayne State Teachers Col- lege; M.A., Northwestern Univer- sity Instructor of Education MISS SARAH GERLACH Ph.B., M.A., University of Chicago Instructor in Education MR. H. P. WUKASCH B.A., Valparaiso University; B.Mus. Ed., American Conservatory of Music; M.A., Candidate of Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia Uni- versity Assistant Professor of Education MRS. E. CRANEY M.A., B.E., Northwestern Univer- sity Instructor in Education ROBERT G. EATON B.S., North Illinois State Teachers College; M.S., University of Wis- consin Assistant Professor of Economics Hungarian Club Seated, left to right: P. Howard, J. Shirk, C. Szacks, M. Velos, B. Almasy, S. Matesz, B. Belline, C. Marr, E. Martin. Standing: B. Rhoates, N. Posegay, J. Telegdy, B. Dawson, S. Sehnierer, L. Kayatin, N. Hartman, Mr. A. Molnar, M. Andres, N. Sullivan. OFFICERS: N. Hartman, L. Kayatin, Rev. A. Molnar, M. Andres. Future Teachers of America First row: N. Piepho, D. Korinek, M. Fredrickson, M. Heuser. B. Belline. Second row: S. Helmold, E. Allrich, K. Glassford. J. Koch, H. Schweisguth. D. Lorbach, J. Ellison. Third row: M. Belza, I. Vahrenberg. L. Hageman, P. Boesch. J. Bucher, P. Greatwood. R. Korinek. B. Schroeder, M. Weclew. Fourth row: Mr. H. Wukasch. OFFICERS: Marlene Heuser. Marge Fredrickson, Mr. Wukasch, Doris Korinek, Neva Piepho. Left to right: D. Low, T. Kastran. R. Totzke, D. Spencer, H. Schmalfeld. Wired Radio System of Elmhurst EDITORS AND ADVISOR— Ray Hernandez, Mr. W. Barclay, and Arlan Schundt. Elm Bark First row: M. Gordon, J. Decker, K. Schroeder, D. Giesebrecht, C. Crusius, R. Nickelson, L. Pearson, M. Gerspacher, J. Shirk. Second row: A. Schlundt, R. Kraft, R. Sander, G. Wille, R. Witt, R. Hernandez, B. Siever, G. Schnierer, R. Babich. Elms CO-EDITORS-IN-CHIEF Joan Panos and Patricia Zappe. EDITORS: E. Schneider, M. Hildebrandt, J. Grollmus. Standing: W. Knudson, D. Storck. D. Stanger, L. McCoun, D. Fearn, Mr. Swords, M. Cantrell. Sitting: R. Warming, N. Rohrkasse, B. Belline, B. Bergs traesser. Standing: J. Sawyer, R. Witt, R. Linke, L. Pearson. First row: B. Decker, H. Grote, J. Pelka, President; C. Kniker. H. Castner, R. Kraft. B. Bodnam. Second row: D. Fearn, W. Schulte, T. Bartmann, L. Sparks, T. Lay, R. Sander, G. Relos, H. Bussa. Third row: W. Hummel, A. Diman, J. Topole. M. Schrantz, T. Pederson, L. Illingworth. Fourth row: K. Diesel, J. Seger, H. Kuester, H. Miller, D. Sloan, C. Fischer. Fifth row: Coach Langhorst, B. Brandt, R. Merkle, K. Streckert, R. Tabatt. J. Nash. Sixth row: K. Mulholland, J. Kindl, D. Stanger. C. Brueske, H. Schwartz. 1 Football ' 57 THE END OF AN ERA The 1957 football season started much like any other here at Elmhurst. There was the usual pre-season training week before the official opening of the school year, the adequate list of hopeful candidates to begin the season, the customary Saturday " drubbings " at the hands of a not too thoughtful gridiron opponent, the closing of the ranks as injuries and general discouragement reduced the roster of our own ironmen — and then it happened ! ! ! The Cardinals from North Central invaded the premises of Elm- hurst and after a memorable afternoon of hard fought foot- ball, the score read 14-12 — a wild and cheering " mob " of victory starved Bluejay rooters carried their " champs " off the field — Elmhurst College had witnessed the end of an athletic era as the seemingly endless succession of victoryless seasons was abruptly and dramatically brought to a close by this 1957 edition of the Elmhurst football team. Yes, an era had ended and with first-year coach. Harold " Spud " Owen returning to the helm in ' 58, hopes are high that perhaps on that final football Saturday of the year, Elmhurst College had witnessed not only the end of an old but the beginning of a new era in her athletic history. Left to right: L. Morenweiser, B. Hubeny, D. Fredrickson, T. Pederson, J. Nash, K. Mulholland, J. Diesel. Left to right: D. Sloan, C. Fischer, D. Meyer, P. Mendel, J. Dutzman, J. Telegdy, B. Decker. Left to right: H. Miller, J. Gwinn, D. Durrett, G. Relos, B. Bodnam. First row: D. Sloan, E. Bodnam, Captain; D. Meyer, D. Durrett, R. Janet, B. Dutzman, H. Bussa, K. Diesel, T. Pederson, Captain. Second row: B. Decker, J. Telegedy, G. Relos, F. Linke, Podpora, R. Klein, J. Zuemer, H. Schwarz, B. Brandt, J. Gwinn. Third row: Coach Owen, C. Fischer, L. Morenweiser, J. Townsend. J. Nash, K. Mulholland, D. Manning, P. Mendel, R. Hubeny, D. Fredrickson, G. Pomrehn, J. Haeussler, B. Royster, H. Miller. SEASON ' : Elmhurst 0 Elmhurst 6 Elmhurst 0 Elmhurst 0 Elmhurst 13 Elmhurst 7 Elmhurst 14 RECORD Wheaton 73 Millikin 32 Carroll 34 Augustana 49 Lake Forest 59 Illinois Wesleyan 59 North Central 12 t Cross Country Front row: C. Kniker, Manager; J. Topole, T. Bartmann. J. Herter. T. Lay. Back row: Coach Schousen, M. Schrantz, K. Saari, D. Stanger, C. Fischer. Not pictured: Glenn Pomrehn, Larry Lange. Basketball Elmhurst Opp. 88 Concordia 76 86 Chicago 60 85 Aurora 68 100 North Central 83 69 Carroll 74 68 Kalamazoo 79 79 Manchester 59 90 Aurora 60 54 Augustana 58 78 Lake Forest 79 74 Millikin 110 72 Wheaton 101 73 111. Wesleyan 79 75 North Central 72 80 Concordia 72 82 111. Wesleyan 89 80 Lake Forest 70 55 Chicago 49 53 Wheaton 77 85 Carroll 77 70 Augustana 76 61 Millikin 59 KEN SAARI— Center GLENN POMREHN— Forward JOEL HERTER— Guard MONS SCHRANTZ— Guard Too little Too late The ' 57 edition of the Bluejay basketball team turned in a performance which was creditable yet fell far short of pre-season expectations. Making short work of early non-conference " tune-ups " the Jays sailed into the Cardinals of North Central and rolled up a score. This, their only conference win of first round play, was followed by a grueling series of games which saw the local " five " fighting and holding their own for the first three quarters of the game only to lose the battle for lack of depth and inadequate bench experience in the waning minutes. " The Schousenmen " avenged early season setbacks at the hands of Carroll, Lake Forest, and Millikin. .but lost out in squeakers to the other conference foes. The Millikin game, which closed out the season, was a thriller which saw the Jays win their first Basketball game from this school since the formation of the CCI. It looked at last as if the team was beginning to roll. The post- season " dream team " selections saw the Jays notch- ing three berths out of a 15 man squad as Joe Herter and Dick Stanger were second team selec- tions and Mons Schrantz was given an honorable mention, yet the entire season could best be summed up " Too little — too late. " First row: T. Kastran, B. Holter, D. Jerousek, R. Johnson. Second row: F. Diez, R. Birkner, K. Mulholland, K. Fielding, R. Grant. A NEW ATHLETIC VENTURE During the winter months, a group of Elmhurst athletes joined together in forming an intercollegiate wrestling team. Under the able leadership of Coach Langhorst and Captain Kazuaki Hiratsuka, the team finished with a 2-3 record for the season ' s competition. Losses to Wright Junior College, Carroll, and powerful Wheaton were offset by two conquests of the Lake Forest " matmen. " There were handicaps in this new venture to be sure, among them being the lack of adequate mat facilities to enable us to invite rival teams to our own Gym and yet the nucleus of a " new athletic venture " here at Elmhurst was begun by our ' 57 wrestling team. AL HERZFELD CAPTAIN KAZUAKI HIRATSUKA r Baseball Front row: L. Morenweiser, R. Snyder, B. Castner, D. Sander, G. Relos, D. Woosley, J. Zeumer. Back row: H. Miller, J. Kindl, W. Burdick, R. Sather, K. Runge, B. Merkle, T. Simchuck, B. Karloan, R. Kraft, Coach Schousen. COACH SCHOUSEN SEASON ' S RECORD Elmhurst 0 Wheaton 9 Elmhurst 4 North Central 12 Elmhurst 3 Millikin 10 Elmhurst 2 Millikin 4 Elmhurst 13 North Central 12 Elmhurst 1 Wheaton 3 Elmhurst 4 Augustana 6 CAPTAIN " CUZ " MILLER LARRY LANGE— 3B NO TIME TO GET ROLLING The ' 57 edition of the Bluejay baseball team " brought home the bacon " on only one occasion in a season that saw the college nine engaging in a meager 7 contests as they too succumbed to the on- slaught of a wet, cold spring. Early season defeats at the hands of Wheaton, North Central and Millikin saw the " diamondmen " losing by considerably lopsided margins and it was only after " stealing " a 13-12 thriller from North Central that the boys began to really take shape. In the second Wheaton game, the Crusader nine found themselves on the short end of a tense and exciting contest as they came up to bat for their final effort in the seventh inning. A three run " binge " in typical Wheaton fashion saved them from defeat and shattered the hopes of the Blue jays and yet this Elmhurst " nine " had turned in the finest diamond performance against a Wheaton team in many a year. A loss to Augustana ended the season as the remainder of the games were " rained out " and the performance of this year ' s baseball team could only be summed up " No time to get rolling. " Track First row: J. Kulton, B. Twitty, R. Massie, B. Rumpf, G. Seiffert, P. Schmiechen, H. Kuester. Second row: C. Mory, J. Seger, Captain; W. Hummel, R. Huisinga, W. Lindquist. C. Williams, E. Fromm, R. Tabatt, D. Diman. Third row: W. Schulte, Manager; R. Babich, Manager: R. Behmer, J. Nash, A. Diman, H. Parker, W. Anderson, D. Fearn. Coach Langhorst. COACH " PETE " LANGHORST SEASON ' S RECORD Elmhurst 60 Elmhurst -.69% Elmhurst 84 Elmhurst 50 Elmhurst 46 1 -. Elmhurst 96 Elmhurst -63 1 2 Wilson . ....57 Augustana 61% Concordia 47 Navy Pier 81 North Central . 83l 2 Lake Forest 35 Carroll 91 Lake Forest 7 CAPTAIN JOE SEGER First row: H. Arney, G. Snyder, J. Clyne, C. Kniker. Second row: C. C. Arends, Coach; L. Herness, K. Mulholland. H. Grote, R. Carney. Tennis SEASON ' S RECORD Elmhurst at North Central ( NC ) 6-3 Elmhurst at Chicago (C) 7-2 Elmhurst at Illinois Wesleyan (E) 7-2 Elmhurst at Wheaton ( W ) . 9-0 Elmhurst at Augustana ( A ) 9-0 Augustana at Elmhurst (A) 9-0 Wheaton at Elmhurst (W) 9-0 North Central at Elmhurst ( NC ) 5-4 JULIUS CLYNE A COLD, WET SPRING The ' 57 edition of the Bluejay tennis squad suf- fered from a combination of inexperience and the unseasonable spring weather which saw the boys competing in only eight matches in addition to the conference encounter at Lake Forest. Charles Kniker and Julius Clyde posted 3-5 records for season ' s play while Captain Herb Grote was able to win only one match at the " red hot " number one position. In the conference meet, the squad chalked up two points with Kniker and Carney scoring wins in the early round competition. Prospects seem considerably brighter for next season as the entire team, with the exception of senior Bob Carney, will be returning and a crop of young hopefuls have been progressing rapidly under the skillful tutelage of Coach Arends. HERB GROTE CHARLES KNIKER ALL THE WAY— ALMOST!! From perennial " doormats " to a second place notch in conference competition — that ' s the story of this year ' s edition of the Elmhurst golf team. With what was fundamentally the same team that finished at the bottom of the standings in 1956. the " linksters. " under the able coaching of Harold " Spud " Owens, were able to turn in a creditable 5-5 record for season ' s play which included two sparkling wins over arch rival Wheaton. Then, with Kalkbrenner. Illingworth. and Bizer spearheading the drive with some low par shooting the squad roared into the conference meet and came in second, to Lake Forest: posting the best conference record of anv Elmhurst team this year. GLENN KALKBRENNER KEN STRECKERT Elmhurst Opp. 191 2 Wheaton 41 , 191 2 Wheaton 41 , 20 Concordia 4 20 Concordia . . 0 Hi 2 Carroll 6V 51 2 Lake Forest . 121 , 8I 2 111. Wes. 9i 6I 2 Millikin . 8i 5l o Navy Pier 12i ROLAND BIZER PAUL THURSTON Golf ' 57 BLUEJAYS— Second Place Bowling j i LODGE— First Place Bowling Left to right: R. Bizer, C. Kosanke, G. Left to right: K. Sears, B. Carney, M. Weclew, J Kuebler. Jensen. TOP AVERAGES— Girls FRESHMEN— Intramural Track Champs Left to right: B. Raddetz, D. Boehm, First row: K. Runge, J. Jenei, N. Weber, F. Linke, A. Diebert. M. Zulauf. Second row: W. Schulte, L. Weible, Coach; H. Schwarz, T. Simchuck. TOP POINT MEN— Track TOP AVERAGES— Men Left to right: J. Gardner, J. Jenei, T. Lay. Left to right: L. Bartmann, H. Castner, R. Bizer. GIRLS BASKETBALL CHAMPS Standing: D. Suhre, C. Schippel, S. Kelly, J. Grollmus, J. Groves. Kneeling: I. Haupt, M. Goodman. GIRLS BADMINTON CHAMPS Left to right: D. Suhre and S. Vogel BASEBALL— Midgets First row: P. Schmeichen, F. Lange, N. Weber, R. Schultz G. Kuether, J. Baumgartner. Second row: D. Durrett, D. Meyer, R. Bizer, M. Kralik, J Schultz, G. Kuebler. FOOTBALL— Golden Pheasants Standing: D. Fearn, H. Castner, J. Kindl. Kneeling: N. Regitz, B. Castner. BASKETBALL— Cooked Geese ( " B " Champs) Standing: J. Nash, B. Decker, G. Kalkbrenner. Kneeling: J. Kulton, J. Podpora, R. Klein. BASKETBALL— Missouri Mules ( " A " Champs) Standing: W. Hummel, N. Weber, I. Bode. Kneeling: A. Waidmann, G. Kuebler, A. Hedeman. BASKETBALL— Jags (tied " A " Champs) Kneeling: J. Seger, C. Williams, L. McCoun, B. Carney, L. Schrupp. Seated: G. Snyder. BASKETBALL— Midgets ( " A " Tourney Champs) First row: R. Bizer, F. Lange, B. Merkle. Second row: R. Schultz, G. Kuether, J. Baumgartner. BASKETBALL— Elmhurst Garden ' s Club ( " B " Tourney Champs) Left to right: T. Simchuck, K. Runge. . and in favor with God . . . Chapel Assemblies First row, left to right: R. Nickelson, B. Ehekircher, M. Heuser, B. Hofmeister, J. Folgate, E. Schneider, C. Kosanke, Rev. Limper. Second row: J. Engstrom, W. Mueller, K. Westphal, A. Ellersieck, Mr. Wukasch, L. Kuehl, Rev. Fiegenbaum, K. Roedder. Religion-in-Life Week Pre-The. and Christian Ed. First row: J. Faulstich, J. Hack- mann, J. Tiemeyer, C. Schweis- guth, B. Schendel, B. Ehekir- cher, C. Kirkman, C. Ross. Second row: G. Kuebler, A. Kromholz, M. Marcks, W. Mueller, J. Schultz, R. Gering, J. Eiehacker, L. Fruechte. lW First row: R. Koch, H. Kuester, L. Riegel, M. Kralik, B. Hof- meister, N. Johnson, W. Rumpf, E. Fromm. S. Pedi. Second row: C. Kemper, J. Roe- mer, K. Mulholland, R. Sather, E. Schnierer. D. Pollak, J. Podpora. Operation Foreign Student First row: J. Klopfer, A. Menzel, R. Menzel, J. Trnka. Second row: K. Runge, K. Kirk- man, W. Mueller, Chairman; Dr. Schade, Advisor. Elmhurst College Band MR. ROBERT RESTEMEYER Director • ;, j First row, left to right: R. Hunter, B. Fulton, M. Gordon, J. Fry, M. Cantrell, C. Schrupp, I. Vahrenberg, A. Vaulx, B. Kuistad. Second row: C. Dennis, K. Tieman, A. Michel, G. Seiffertt, L. Herness, B. Dawson, B. Merkle, J. Welsch, S. Holtmann, R. Witt, B. Schmidt, D. Spencer, E. Allrich, G. Scheinkendorf. Third row: K. Runge, M. Marcks, C. Ross, L. Herness. The Elmhurst College Band is to be congratulated for their exceptionally fine work this year. In addition to playing for various sports activities off and on campus, they set a new precedent by presenting a full concert of sacred and secular music. First row, left to right: J. Decker, L. Hagemann, J. Lengel, N. Schaad, I. Haupt, M. Goodman, M. Tomlinson. Second row: J. Folgate, L. Driscol], L. Howard, M. Andres, J. Groves, J. Klopfer. C. Sachs, M. Klassy. Third row: J. Panos, M. Rowan, C. Schweisguth, E. Ryan, E. Pflug, S. Savoy. Director: Mrs. Viola Repp, not pictured. Polyhymnia " Poly " had a very rewarding year with many local concerts, chapel assemblies, and Spring Tour which took the group to Pennsylvania, Ohio, Canada, Indiana and New York. Some of the outstanding events included a tour of Niagara Falls, a surprise shower for " Goodie " on the bus, a visit to Heidelberg College, British Tarns from St. Thomas, Ontario, Mrs. Repp ' s antiques, and shopping in Buffalo and Cleveland. The year ended with a dinner at which the girls recalled the fun they had and the wonderful experience it was to bring " many hymns " to churches near and far. i - First row, left to right: D. Durrett, L. Weible, G. Burianek, J. Faulstich, J. Schultz, K. Roedder, A. Hedenian, J. Gardner. Second row: G. Kuebler, J. Haeussler, E. Whitcomb, R. Klein, R. McClellan, W. Terrell, A. Wademan, R. Lundgren, P. Schmeichen. Third row: H. Lee, J. Koelling, J. Baumgartner, L. Schrupp, L. Kuehl, E. Bode, F. Lange, L. McCoun, A. Kallenbach. Director: Mr. David Austin, not pictured. Glee Club All music groups looked forward to spring tour, and Glee Club was no exception. Their trip took them through Illinois, Iowa, and Missouri for sacred and secular concerts at churches and an afternoon performance in a high school in Alleman, Iowa. The nine days away from " home " resulted in the usual replacement of sleep and school books by cards, magazines, and idle chatter. But a few new things were included this year — Ivy League and fatigue hats, squirt guns, visits to Iowa State College, a penny ar- cade and a zoo, and an additional surprise end- ing in a performance of " When I Go Out Of Doors " for our director on April Fool ' s Day. After returning to campus, the fellows serenaded the girls as a last spectacular of their tour. First row, left to right: B. Koenig, B. Ehekircher, L. Becker, E. Kuteher, W. Mueller, C. Knick- rehm, L. Freuchte, Mr. Thatcher, W. Lawrenz, W. Rumpf, M. Hauptman, R. Westphal, P. Rauschenbach, B. Almasy. Second row: R. Witt, E. Gronau, D. Bergdolt, H. Hess, N. Reed, C. Schrup, J. Vogelman, E. Wachowski, W. Lindquist, G. Seversike, C. Kralik, J. Haefner, J. Trnka, J. Grollmus. Third row: A. Ellersieck, M. Jekabsons, B. Ranis, P. Zappe, G. Kuether, N. Tuka, D. Bordeaux, J. Helm, R. Menzel, R. Kvistad, B. Hofmeister, G. Krueger, S. Smith, D. Sabbert. The Chapel Choir, youngest of the choral organizations, was directed this year by Mr. Robert Thatcher.. As usual, the highlight experience of the Choir members centers in the Spring tour which took them to Washington, D.C., presenting their sacred music in many churches. Anyone who has ever traveled with one of the choral groups knows that along with the wonderful experience of singing and worshiping comes much fun. Chapel Choir ' s fun began before they left when the Glee club presented Mr. Thatcher with a box of high caloric foods and beverages which they knew were " taboo " while traveling on the bus. Riding on the bus found most of them dodging swinging robe bags, singing, asking for rest stops, calling Mrs. Kuether for the first aid kit, and most of all sleeping. Upon their return to EC, the choir wished that it was only the beginning of the wonderful time they had. QUEEN, Judy Trnka Women ' s Union Coed Dance Mardi Gras Elms ' Dance i |! I Miss Fran Harnach of Chicago, Illinois, was voted by the student body to he the girl most representative of the four emphases embodied in this year ' s ELMS theme, namely: Mental, Physical, Religious, and Social. Miss Harnach has represented Elmhurst well in these areas. Junior Prom Court Left to right: Fran Harnach, Rheda Warming. Betty Almasy. Nancy Schwarz, Nancy Schaad. QUEEN, Betty Almasy Left to right: Rheda Warming, Dot Suhre, Chuck Williams, Mary Jane Rowan, Werner, Dorothy Bordeaux, Jerry O ' Conner, Juanita Hackman, Ina Haupt. Prom Committee Jon Wagner Sharon Kelly Junior Concession Chairmen Student Union Cabinet First row, left to right: Nancy Schaad, Joe Seger, Rhea Menzel. Second row: Al Smith, Dick Stanger, Keith Westphal, Ralph Lundgren. Third row: Jerry Snyder, Ron Smith. Senate First row: L. Gronau, J. Folgate, R. Lundgren, standing. Second row: D. Gehrke, A. Menzel, D. Werner, C. Alexander. Third row: J. Jensen, C. Ernst, J. Sawyer, E. Pflug, S. Pedi. Fourth row: J. Faulstich, A. Eggleston, C. Williams, C. Kniker, J. Schultz, K. Kemper, Schmiechen. Fifth row : M. Root, J. Gonser, S. Kelly, F. Harnach, J. Spek, J. Groves. Sixth row: R. Murdock, A. Kromholz, D. Sather, E. Bode, J. Snyder, G. Kuebler, B. Hyde. Social Life First row, left to right: Judy Trnka, Delores Bergdolt. Second row: Dr. Marie Wellington, Marlene Hauptman, Judy Groves, Jo Grollmus, Kon Smith, TMrYrowT ' joe Gardner, Bob Merkle, Chuck Williams, Pete Schmiechen, Lowell Schrupp, Ralph Lundgren. Freshman Week Committee First row, left to right: Marlene Hauptman, Nancy Schaad, Judy Groves, Judy Trnka. Second row: Joanne Grollmus, Lois Branding, Delores Bergdolt, Rhea Menzel. Third row: Ralph Lundgren, Joe Gardner, Al Smith, Keith Westphal, Chuck Williams. Fourth row: Jerry Snyder, Ron Smith, Bob Merkle, Joe Seger, Pete Schmiechen, Arlan Schlundt, George Kuebler. Not pictured: Dick Stanger. Women s Union Officers First row, left to right: Marilyn Goodman, Mrs. W. Schousen, Jean Haefner. Second row: Barbara Ehekircher, Dot Suhre, Joan Panos, Betty Almasy, Judy Folgate. I 1 1 aJliiwitilMi MiMilWi ' iWiiii ' M i»i Dorm Councils Inter-Dorm Council Seated, left to right: J. Folgate, B. Hofmeister, Secretary; R. Warming, B. Ryan, G. Snyder. Standing: P. Sehmiechen, R. Schultz, E. Bode, D. Juergens. Not pictured: L. McCoun, President; J. Molnar, D. Wescott, A. Ellersieck, A. Schlundt, J. Rolff, N. Reed, Mrs. Holt, Mrs. Herrmann. Lehman Hall Council Dinkmeyer Hall Council Left to right: R. Bizer, J. Gregonis, E. Bode, President; G. Snyder, Secretary-Treasurer; R. Smith, R. Koch. Not pictured: R. Rodenbeck, Vice Presiden t; B. Mandy, K. Roedder. Commons Council South Hall Council Left to right: A. Ellersieck, A. Schlundt, head resident; Left to right: J. Folgate, President; B. Ryan, Vice Presi- B. Rumpf. dent; E. Marton, D. Bergdolt, J. Rolff, N. Piepho. L. Pearson, Mrs. H. Holt, housemother. Irion Hall Council Left to right: Rev. J. Fiegenbaum, head resident; D. Juergens, Secretary-Treasurer; R. Siever, D. Schickedanz, P. Schmiechen, Vice President; D. Bentz, R. Schultz, President. Not pictured: B. Wettig, B. Brandt. Faces Toward Freedom One result of the unrest of the great Hungarian revolution last fall was an influx of that country ' s young people into our colleges and universities. Elmhurst College was privileged to have twenty-five of these students who had left their homeland and everything which was familiar to them in search of freedom. Many left on as little as a day ' s notice, such was the urgency of their departure. Offered to them at Elmhurst were nine weeks of extensive English courses and a smattering of Campus activity. The students of Elmhurst. in the process of trying to acquaint their new friends with the " American Way of Life " profited perhaps more from the experience than the Hungarians did. They learned that there are more likenesses between countries than differences, and that students in quest of truth and freedom, be it intellectual- or social, speak the " same language. " This fall will find our friends scattered about the country at colleges where they will take up regular studies to prepare for the fields in which they are interested. We wish Godspeed to these courageous young people in the fulfillment of their education and we remember the words of one of the young women who said " May your country never know the terror of Communism. " This is the challenge they left to us. " For a Climax to a Perfect Day " of ED. WILDE COTTAGE HILL CAFE 1 17 W. First St. ELMHURST Cn|Oy deilCIOUS meals a nO eXCellenT Compliments co rv i c o wif n a wonnorfi il a 4 m ncnn rp 9Cl " ll C Willi C9 nUIIUCI IUI ClllllVdIJIIdC? of We cater to parties, ciubs and ban- NOR - VI L - INN quets in our modern annex. PHONE TE 2-3295 | WATCH REPAIRING WATCHMASTER TIMED D. H. ELLIOTT Watchmaker and Jeweler 162 North York Street PHONE ELMHURST, ILLINOIS TErrace 2 6730 ELMHURST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSN. 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