Fitzgerald High School - Spartan Yearbook (Warren, MI)

 - Class of 1953

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A3-by lg my ff g- ff- --.- .. .um -- .f,x f 1 K 'Z-f'9wfw-vfenilllfi 2 ' - A f. . . . fr "'f.,U..i,,5.gii nl-T 'l 6 0 DEDICATED TO A BRIGHTER TOMORROW The skies are heavily laden with clouds of 1-iii-i ,.-Lf---'g darkness. What does the world hold for us? The uncertainty of the future, the conflict of political ideologies, and the question of whether or not we shall know peace in our generation - - these are the problems that we must face. This is the challenge before us as we look forward to a brighter tomorrow . 1953 SPARTAN ??f??fZCERMD :1g :' 2rf, J Vfivx- .4 if X ' I i E Ml. E H 1 EEHQl 515335 I, :L : , sw-.sal 54. , ,., K. 1, Am 4 K WY V1 A V Qvw WXGA ' W 1' A N196 ms ll f I MR 11 NY Nj? fu uw ' f ' , QE 'F r , ' - ' U r, in fr" " ?Wf'f'-. 'i'7w" . N Q Q FU - ' - ,ff - . hw ' N I iii E54 55 45 P4 isa mf Ili 'law !h S2 7 2, ..,,.. ..t.......l..N,,..,,....... , A, , ki I A 65,122 fr , A3 ,f,.4Ns,f I , , ,... , 9 N., Now, let's View through the eyes of that new social phenomenon - television - the many and varied "shows" that have ap- peared throughout the months of 1952 and 1953 on the new channels of station FITZ- TV. Sit back and relax while the shows of the year pass in review . . . . . A DIRECTORS Louis Masch Walter Schofield Trustee Secretary g . .......,w , . . X E R f M A H F fm. ew. , , ,,,.e ' President it t - - f L'ee . M' e . " Paul J. Finchem f E . T- f 1 wv, f . ' Treasurer V'ef"J Albert c. Marshall H ' f .f i eee' 1 Trustee . V evee M By initiating, for the first time in our system, courses in adult education, special educa- tion, reorganizing vocational education and extending the field of counseling and guidance, the Board of Education tthe directorsj has broadened the lens of our camera FITZ-TV and brought to us many new channels. The foresight these gentlemen have shown is extended as well into the new building program which will provide additionalfacilities and "studios". This will take the students and community out of the "fringe areas" and into the better light of clearer programming. The Board has provided us with an addition to the Mound Park School, completed high school and garage additions, installed lighting for the athletic field, built outdoor gym facili- ties, improved parking and play areas, acquired sites for new buildings, and is now foresee- ing the planning of new high school and elementary school additions. Because of this farsighted program, the students of the Fitzgerald school system and the members of the community will now be able to enjoy "greater reception" through these ex- tended areas. i' EXECUTIVE PRODUCER l,,e ,f G Congratulations on completing your high school ,Q g education! ii e' F' However, you must never think you have learned i enough and that you may now relax your efforts. Your wmv.. education should continue during your lifetime. Every- , day you should be learning and putting to practical use . 'ka S .-- .. the knowledge you gained. Civilization needs men who can save it from dissolution and those who can benefit it most are those who are freest from prejudice, hate, revenge, ff W- whim and fear. The true test of your education will I d...W,,w,,.,,.9 be in your ability to serve. We shall continue to take a friendly and active , interest in your pregress after graduation. You are ever welcome to call on us for any assistance we can X x . .MQ K5 , M I , t ' give. Cordially yours, 3 Earl s. Eidt, Superintendent .v .594-321 . at l 5 V' ,sez , I Q yu 5: 1 Zz 4 w. -.Q-, S X T 1 - 5 . , , . Q -y 5 AX X . 4' 3 - N- QQ :, , N 3 it 1 i 'Q' J, lj f X- . .-, . , sw- Q pg X www H AY., .4 1 e ' "7 ' ' ' Ng- I F wg . N' 'Q' fn' " 'Q 7 " 7 - J " - ' --f, "' wig X ,, MLM QA ' ' . fx x:::::g5t:,N f I4 E ,.., , 1 . Q S 9 . 9 9 ' Q K . K -A S- Qg ' 5' S Q 9 , . -. . g 9 I - W S , 'QV - : iff .... .. ,113 g fxwww fxwwgixx rf - Mqfix ' , . , ,N QQN- ' . Y Q: , , .- w ' -1 X- -QQ-::5':"Y.E.3:,s:-s - rw , ,, . f .N H Q Q 4 gk - Exsmiftggsmsl . . N . 4..:,.,,,,.,.q an V Q ,iqsixskgs I-F , relwlm?-?! J - mr .ig az, . , ,.i.. ,N "'-'U ww N- Q. ., 1 Q N A X W Y X .A - 32,1 Kc" - Eg ,L-if 4 - X -X NX .wggs X Mimi. 5 , fif"5-f's:'1QA f N ' Fix- .vii Q I , ' :aX4X,.-15535. 2 fl" : 4, ,iw jay - sf qw., 1-:ww - . X ,.. I. , Tw " HS I . ,NQSA - '.-.rw x, -- - M., ' 'Y X2 ., " f- M " 1 , ' ,Qi wing. ,, M E sums , KU.: ,... , 1,1 1-N541 -XXX-39 .'.-X z My xx X N-M 5 .mmf - V -X 'Tlfibf 4',- 5'-.1"NQ,vX!, X, , I -N P-Vw -Q11-1-, "" X ggw NTQ A - A ,,,. Q: I ' sq Q, fjvfgg wa , h . 1 S! 5. ffffiii' ? .. .iw-.Ag . - - ww I ?"'f"f :MV 'xg ..,. . .Ef,?Z5i'3'ii"s:j CN i 5 I-I , wgwummwwwmxvmxmsww M wwmm XX ,,, " fn, ,f,f""" ,f'T maj WM aj Q - A , ,, , vfnifvji? --6 "'-- ' A 'ff' g Graduates of 1953: P R 0 D U C E R S : H r 'N ' You have arrived at that point where society and educa- ' X ,..,1 ., 'e'Q learning. More than in the past years of your life you are e now about to make your own decisions about to look forward y - ,, , ,str i tional management have chosen to end the first stage of your 1 X wx X4 Nh N N ' .. A , to a part in society, and about to make the most of opportuni- ty to support yourseli and your loved ones. Your education has only begun. It will continue through- out your life. Some of you will seek additional learning much more diligently than others. Your teachers at Fitzgerald have faith in you. They p believe you can accomplish almost anything you choose, if you really apply yourself. They remain your sincere friends. Do not forget them. The will not forget you. Sincerely, P. D. Chatterton Coordinator WLXHMP MU . . . . . -.QC qv' . "v'. ' ' , W ea . 10 ' f ,Q A ' ' ' si fl 1 , , . 2 t ft . 'X ' 1 Mos !...,.., ' -W ' " . 'L Y' t N- X ' , A . 't'?"' y '- f ' f 5 A VA A s , Ska ,lr f . A Irene ery Richard Berrymar Cora Bren n, Jean Cart rr Leota Clark Q0-fuafif-4,0-'jx , all . ' ii' ,llh ' "i' Marilyn Cousino nald Cro? Car1gEast fi, : . , v u Fe W Mo M V ' i Wi S 'i'l as ' t ' t Loretta Freed Alice Gerlach Charl? Greig Q John Hild Ann Holappa rf-.E Lo MMI? 5 S . ,, iq .. 4 W K -A S: x w' M .. . .--, A N' "-. 'I 'tg V 'I A Q' Yi P an M' 1 1 , ', T 'V --f, A . . , 1 I W . af iff"" l' ,S N y 1, ' 4 i g , X-.4 . V if X ' ,-2 my Vg: if J X t . 'I 1 V V L ' X ' ,V H Vi ? Qi . 'lffif' ' il Y . -. , . .S . . ' Horsch Roy Jackson, Pearl Kelley Irene Larke M'-Heli'-e 'ferns Vj!Dorothy Rebone , or 1 HE s H ow gthwfw Seniors: Another fine school year at Fitzgerald is drawing to a close. .E .N ,Aw 'R If that year has brought you an appreciation of the privi+ X. if leges which we cherish in the United States, it has been a K -ewr . 2 t profitable as well as enjoyable year for you. You are leav-' ing at a time that is, perhaps, the most crucial in modern wg' history. It is for that very reason you will find it the most vital and the most opportune time for individuals who have poise, judgment and a sense of values. WOW' You leave with our congratulations on your past suc- cesses and continued good wishes for the future. F. W. Bennetts High School Principal 4f + .g,,.fm-:Pix X . ,Q . . X. X-N W N n K ' 6K , rr rig D E ,Y -at 2, ss- , A -T' .' x Q g :-.ve ' t t X l Q' N Q.. , I A , L V. -f Q. - . V 4 -. f +G'-' - I X 'M - . - f Lorraine Lewis Robert Little Ta a De - ' Meg y Donald lylaclntosh . I - A . ,fl ' 'i --' Q Lb 3 ' , ' . ' H . ' ffffi cf ff. 52137 s , I f - A , :s7,g": I , '- A - , ' ,,fl . .- S , ,J A -Q Q j . I: ', . A., ... xv -5:2 Q- . M F is is 1' ' ' e.,, ' was 3 ao- 'U' 4 ii" ' x -'X Q F Q3 -A N3 12- G' L 7? .. ...,. . Nr' .Sf i Joyce Mclntyre Q" ar,,M 61 Patricia i f obert Patrick Thomas Raeside 5- E N I Y A ll. f o Y n X' V Q , is ' :ggi .3 va f- ' new .C . s l V. ,,,.. I E1aine,RbWe C 1 S o I Wy' S inona Shingler W ictured: L -.,1-,.fNv- xg QQt,.g - '- ' arles Saxton , ne c t 5, ' 6-V ,Q 2- i X .' t 4 A 3:3-:. at - . Paul Smarks Ijoberti Ulrich nEdythe Upchurch! , Dorothy Ward A A1 W A l.-.'-l. r1-. . n.4u.-.l JE! Janet Keller Business Manager Sales Manager Sue Carter Art Editor THE DIRECTORS UT STATION FITZ-TV Beatrice Carpenter Photography Editor A :,..f . . 1 1 Z at , Q . 4315 . sv Marianne Mihelich Advertising Manager tx Jim Hayden Editor -in- Chief Mary Ann Simons Chief Proof Reader SPARTAN STAFF Table: M.Mihelich, B. Carpenter, J. Hayden, J. Keller, M. A. Simons, S. Carter. lst row fl. to r. J: J. Pilk- ington, V. Diez, M. Shirey, E. Supe, J. Smith, B. Byrom, J. Robinson, B. Schaefer. 2nd row: H.McBroom, M. Janicki, R.She1pman, R. Hacker, J. Krystopo- wicz, V. Thomas, M. Wheatley. 3rd row: H. Zach, B. Samp- son, J.Shimko, R. Kro lewski, A. Marshall, C. Strang, L.Paw1oski S.Mitche1l, J.Kochan- ski. Advisor: John Hild CHANNELI -0 TDAST 0F THE TOWN" 'TALES OF TOM 0 R ROW" The alumni of the Class of '53 held their class reunion in September of 1960. Each alum- nus had become a succes in his chosen field. In the firmly-established television industry, the following alumni were very prominent. Leonard Kurmas was now president of the Gag Writers of America and writing for the television show of those rlsing comedians, Walter Pietryzk and Thomas Hibberd. Albert Marshall was now known as "Uncle Al" and had'his own comedy show whihh' was No. 1 in the nation. Barbara Schaefer was now married to a famous band leader and was starring in the "I Love Barl cF Evelyn Supe was giving advice to unhapplly married couples on the "I've Got A Problem" panel discussion program. The business world featured many new personalities. Leota Pawloskl was president of the "Jim-Dandy Can Opener Company" and hired only handsome mie secretaries. Mary Ann Simons finally becamenvice-president of Holly Carburetor after many years of service. Tha? Detroit Advertising Agency boasted Jim Hayden as its chief executive. Jim specializes only in large clients - - 250 pounds and ove'rT'The retail business had two Fitzgerald-ites who man- aged their own stores. Fred Sullivan owned a hardware store, "O'Sulllvan's Irish Hardware". The haberdashery business boasted of Chuck Ganoff, who held the grand opening of his new store on Mom-oe Avenue recently. It is called "Chuck's Cool Cool Clothes". One of Chuck's best customers is Richard Hartley, who won the award for "The Cattiest Dresser of 1960". A new chain of supermarhets have just been opened by Donald Wlchec, a grocery tycoon. Mary Ann LaFluer is supervisor of all the Sanders stores. Ralph Cowie now owns his own Stuioco Ethfion, which is located next to Chester Oss' used car lot. Chester specializes in hot rods. Ruth Hacker, that fabulous popcorn tycoonfhas a nationwide monopoly of the popcorn manufac- turing lndustry. Things have really been popping since Ruth took over. Helen McBroom has just been voted "Sweatheart of the Office Boys" or "The Girl I'dMost Like To Do a Trial Balance Wlth". Barbara Sampson of the Birdwell Kitchens has perfected a new formula for babies, "Barbara Birdwell's Better Baby Biscuits for Bouncing, Bubbly Baby Boys". Avis Huey is an employee of the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. She tests ciga- rettes for television. Bill Innes couldn't find a job he really liked, so he decided to open his employment agency. L The domestic scene includes Beatrice Carpenter who married a successful farmer and the happy couple now have five farmer's daughters. Marjorie Wheatley and Joy Pilkington, both housewives, live next door to each other. After turning down many ardent sultors, Delores Baker has finally married a Texas oilwell millionaire. Pat Fickel is happily married to Fan Finchem, the top engineer at General Electric. i Keeping close to the home front in Raymond Cunningham, who is a foreign language teacher at Fitzgerald. But many of om' alumni are far from home. Roy Shelpman is in the depths of Africa. He is a missionary there. Charlene Higbee is theierlcan delegate to the United Nations, she is using the Russian tactic of vetolng every proposal. John Krystopowicz is giving the French girls a grand time while being stationed in Paris as a Naval attachd. K prominent Hollywood clothes designer is Marian Shirey, who designs the movie stars' clothes. An item which hit the headlines not long ago was the story of the person who stumped the me- chanical brain at Princeton University. This amazing person took the place of this mechanical brain and helps the professors With their problems. Her name has finally been revealed: Miss Suff Carter. - -B Janet Keller teaches the rhumba and hula at Arthur Murray's on Washington Boulevard. Next d'cETls the Robinson Charm School for models, owned by Janice Robinson. Two of Janice's models are Sharlene Mitchell, who models for nail polish ads, and Connie Martlock, who was voted "Miss Peaches and Cream of 1960". Jack Shimko and Mary Jane Janicki are the presidents of two national organizations. Mary Jane heads the "Society for the Protection of Natural Blondes" and Jack is president of the "Bachelor's Protection Society of America". Beverly Byrom, star reporter on the Detroit Times, reviewed Paul Sleep's two new books, "SLEEP IN KKSST' and "THE ART OF STUDY- WCT Christy StrangTsThhh-af maintenance engineer at the Industrial National Bank. Christy enjoys cleaning out the safety deposit boxes at the bank. Marianne Mihelich, photographer for LIFE maga.zine, covered the channel swim of Helene Zach, who set a new world's record. Joan Kochanski is now head nurse at Chlldren's Hospital. Paul Jones is the ghost writer for the new President of the United States. In the sports World, Jayne Smith won the disc-throwing contest in the 1960 Olympics held in Detroit at Bercel Stadium, owned hy Bob Bercel. Harry Wilkie was the sports announcer at the Olympics this professional name is 'F'ERatrlckJ. Elsie Sherwood is a star basketball player and David Gilchrist is a goalie on the Detroit Red Wlngs. Frank Zuleba stars on a New York Roller Derby leam. Tops in entertainment is the Be-Bop Club, owned by Richard Krolewski. His floor-show acts are headlined by Richard and his accordion, 'Gerald Bock on the dhums, and that cute chorus girl, Virginia Diez. On the cultured level, Vlolet Thomas sings at the Metropolitan Opera House under the-hzfme of Violeta Maria Popocateptl. Tomorrow is but a few years from today. The modest predictions that have been written here may, in those few years. become reality. NW N . qi X., U few v 9 ' ' V H' 5 'elf I ' If' 'ar' A " B 4 I ...if .-... wp V W L ffl X Dolores Baker Q : 15 li' Gerald Bock - ' 7 I Robert Bercel y yt! ' War , N ,Qt f f H . I 1,513 4 H. 'I fi 'J JL O 'i ' b ,tr -A t tt' PARTICIPATION OF SCHOOL ACTIVITIES Q, I' DQr'Ba.ker - Basketball, '53 Revue, Cheer- A 4 , D ' ' leader. ' HR. Bercel - Football, Baseball, Track. rx J. Bock - Band. 3- Beverly Byrorn B' BY321 bfulgjrusf F1tZ'He1'a1d Stafff Kenneth Campbell Beatrice Carpenter . 1 ,. :fl Ev 1. 'X Ralph Cowie M f If lQl,Campbell - Football, Basketball, Jil Class Vice-President. B. Carpenter - Baseball, Basketball, Freshamn President. S. Carter - Latin Club, Annual Staff. 'fy R. Cowie - Co-op Training, '53 Revue. V. Crison - Chorus. R. Cunningham - Track. ,. 1 . ' 'jf 'fj- Vincent Crison , ' AL an . , 4419 fit., f 1,1 " " ,,.,.Vf' . -:rv . I 5 ev' ar' w " 0 A ra ,1 K f if ,, tv Sue Carter A L. VY. Raymond Cunningham 'C' xi 3" 'mv ' vu' . -. A' .Qu Donald Davis if in gi ' ,fix Dean Finc hem 'Qf David Gilchrist Q. .... If 4. I 1 u ' , v , .Jw tffffju ' , fl YA v W I 1 A , r I' Y 'X l .X wi P X K Virginia Diez 9 'E' W... sf I 5, --wx fx fl' rw v 0 ., ,N ji mf , Lf' Patricia Fic lu if J in Davis - Assistant at '53 Revue. Diez - Chorus, Annual Staff, Dance Committee. Fickel - Baseball, Co-op Training. Finchem - Baseball, Football, Band. Ganoff - Tennis, '53 Revue, Junior Class Planning Committee. Gilchrist - Baseball. Hacker - '53 Revue, Senior Play, Baseball. Hartley - Football. Hawk - Assistant at '53 Revue. Hayden - Senior Class President, Editor of Annual Staff, '53 Revue CSpartanettesJ. 5 . 'harles I .As 'x Ganoff ,W EFL., Ruth Hacker . . r in " fl' blil -Q 1 sh A in Q K 'J' N' An Ronald Hawk fil' . WJ Richard Hartley ' 1 James Hayden f I 'ix' f I , . Camo!!! J l wt' YN it Thomas Hibberds ...umm up Wa -fb Mary Jane Janicki 'V "-Q . , 'W , , f f MN ,, K I J Janet Keller AT, ' , vg- . 'if . 'WZ 52. , :L wwf' ,, , 'Q ,, ,,,,,, , xr- ,ff J . Richard Krolewski 1 , s,v,:f lf' ' V AJ, 4' . Y f I, " , 4 31. .1-f J. J 521' William Innes Charlene f T. Hibberd - Dance Committee, Assist- 1 lif ilf i 'l l .flip 1 ant at '53 Revue. A J C. Higbee - Chorus, Junior Class Plan- ning Committee, Poster Committee. , 4 , W. Innes - Projector Club, Dance Com- ' . mittee. A if 'J M. J. Janicki - Hall Monitor, Prom Com- mittee, Annual staff. P. Jones - Fitz-Herald Staff. " i' f J. Keller - Sophomore and Junior Secre tary, Business and Sales Manager of Annual, Planning Committee. J. Kochanski - Future Nurses' Club, -. A Annual Staff, '53 Revue. . K R. Krolewski - Football, Sophomore Stu- i f dent Council, '53 Revue, fSpartan- ' Paul Jones , 2 .. 3 , , J Dwi.. . ,, 1, fa V. ff, A, I gin, . tlulifrf-if 90 lgdfyf' v if ettesl. f .8 ,, V 'e1V-. WK J. Krystopowicz - Football, Junior and gf, 2 vi A , f A Senior Plays, Basketball. 5 1 I '- ,Q J . L. Kurmas - Senior Play, Senior Student , '. ' , J ' V Council President, '53 Revue, 7 0, 1SpartanettesJ. "Wk" If J' L.. Jflfl if 2 I' , W ' ,,r I ik- Xian Kochanski s -1 va if il - I . c . 0 f' Q . 0 . ' if L' f U' 5 1 , J Y 'Q X em' W , t .I C" j Ju , ' ,X V V , -TX - ig V Q .VVWV 1 it X bvnvv 1 New P ' ,Lg 'jf t, V ,qi Z up . . . A F Qi l. 'P fy 21.55 , fm-L A-.. . .iff f " fa 'M f ' I A -r, .... 4' y K' , fy f' .,.,- '1.'l' A.. J, Q, . .,,. 1,-Q.. .1 -5? X '. J' I ,va if 5 N, .MQ ' 'ji' 'vwfvf' . f . 0 1,1 r S A J . John Kr ste wicz v,,,.f U Aww 1 4 'l FK?J 'K t Leonard Kurmas q U i " 1 I-' 1 g V ' ' if pi, 1. Mary Ann La Fluer v--9 J Helen ,Mc Broom A IJ ' ,F . , .1 Sharlene Mitchell tv . 1 1 '77 1' lf! w . 0' , pf 'x Albert Marshall Connie Martlock W' ' VM ,- N 42 ,.-,. . , Q A. Lai-'mer - Girls' Glee Club, Fitz- , ,, 1l-f ' . Herald staff, '53 Revue fmakeupy. . YJ 1 H 'ff' Marshall - Chorus, Dance Com- WA, N - mittee, '53 Revue, CSpartanettesl. my-' P Martlock - Future Nurses' Club, Junior -i1. Play, '53 Revue. - -- if Mc Broom - Sophomore Student Council, Office Co-op, '53 Revue. Mihelich - '53 Revue, Annual Staff, Student Council. Mitchell - Chorus, Baseball, Annual Assistant. , Mutu - Co-op Training, Class Comfy PL mittee. , lf Oss - '53 Revue. Y fi- , X Pawloski - Hall Monitor, Co- W r'ain-,tj ing, Annual staff. 5' Pietrzyk - Class Committe sph 53 vue Assistant. y , X L f A Marianne Mihelich lv, I A lg ,gave Mutu lf A gr' ,af , A ff -, f-B N I 5 ff Q .1 f 'f iiz . f Leota Pawloski Chester OSS Walter Pietrzyk H VVHJY ! W. ' : ,fr P Joy Pilkington f-CB 's - - ,. e , x 1 ,p:. pri. I .P 'T 'Si , 'N h .ai '. -X L Q 'V .. . ni' 'l I kl t Y C vivo N e fi gi 6 AX 0 , Janice Robinson , f J. Pilkington - Annual Assistant. J. Robinson - Chorus, Cheerleader, n x 11391 Barbara Sampson r - -l ' . Junior may. Mil ' B. Sampson - Hall Monitor, Office Co-op, it Annual Assistant. S B. Schaefer - Fitz-Herald Co-Editor, Senior Treasurer, Junior Student Council. Barbara Schaefer R' Sh?ggmI3?v:1eJuniOr Play, Senior Play' Roy Shelpman in 5 E. Sherwood - Basketball, Cheerleader , gm, . Band. , x J. Shimko - Basketball, Senior Play, P"M?3 l if 4 '53 Revue, QSpartanettesD. ' .5 A If 'J M. Shirey '- Chorus, Class Committees, . 1 jg ,l Annual Staff Assistant. ' , A iv M.A. Simons - Basketball, '53 Revue, , ie roo ea er on ua -4, 8 . Ch' f P f R d Ann l -,, ' Staff. j J. Smith - Basketball, Baseball, Cheer- . 13 leader. f N. X9 ' ' Elsie Sherwood John Shimko ft Mary Arm Simons Marian Shirey Jayne Smith . .l , A 6 w Abgfm-I,1LV: W A 1. ' 1 8 sk' 1 ' . 5 , f 9 , 5 E' ., J ,F 4 F r ' .7", "PJ, ,Y ilk ' 5 ' A -J' f. A V f i' T nj " y 2- I , 1- . , A ,W V 1 1 ' . A 1 l nj U Li L 'Q 'tl uf 1 ' H, .,,. . V V .: ,AAA l ..,V,n A" ' - i f "N 5 7 jf -Violet Thomas " . -. - ' .- -.ff ,n ., V, ri ' 'I M' 1, NIA.- . . , 492' Qi Marjorie Wheatley Fr ed Sullivan x ang - Baseball, Junior Class Plan- 'XD ning Committee, Sophomore Presi- My dent. Sullivan - Baseball, Junior Class Treasurer, Class Committee. Supe - Chorus, Class Committee. Thomas -Chorus, '53 Revue, Annual Staff, Assistant. Watt - Football, Hall Monitor, '52 Revue. . Wheatley - Baseball, Annual Staff Assistant, Library Staff. D. Weichec - Projectors' Club. Wilkie - Baseball, Football, '53 Revue. Zach - Basketball, Baseball, Senior Secretary. Huey - Junior Play, '53 Revue, Fitz- Herald Staff. Senior not pictured: 7 Glen watt Donald We' ,hec I. I 'I 4. Z' ' Avis Huey A I Q. ll' r 'Af W Harold Wilkie "' V lr ' G. Mft l I v A I, , f 1 - AL!! e 1 gig x Helene Zach .5 mi. 539 , 7, 'STRIKE IT RICH" Dolores Baker, will my vacancy on the Honor Roll to Barbara Pierce. Robert Bercel, will my tremendous strength and ability to Norman "Whitey" Godlewski. Jerald Bock, will my drums to Connie Sefcik. Beverly Byrom, will my ability to play ping-pong to Robert Chandler. Beatrice Carpenter, will my position on the annual staff to Gerald Wolgast. Ken Campbell, will my side-burns to Shirley Roberts. Sue Carter, will my old extra credit to my sister Jan, who never has time to do any. Ralph Cowie, will my ability to stay in the Carter family to Tom Johnson. Vincent Crison, will my locker to Jerry Lemon and his buddy, who are always fighting over the one they have. Raymond Cunningham, will "buena suerte" to any wonderful junior that wishes a "buena suerte". Don Davis, will my knowledge of government to Daniel Czarnecki. Virginia Dlez, will all my shorthand books to any willing junior who is brave enough to take advanced shorthand. Pat Fickel, will my ability to do bookkeeping to Sandra Adams. Dean Finchem, leavel Chuck Ganoff, will my enormous height and large feet C6 1!2l to Sam Rich. Dave Gilchrist, will my scholastic abilities to Jack Perona. Ruthie Hacker, will my size nine dress to Pat DePalma. Richard Hartley, will my ability to get out of school on Friday to go to carpenter's school to my slster Sharon. Ronald Hawk, will my hot rod collection to Norman Benke. Jim Hayden, will my broad shoulders and muscular physique to Eugene Hondzinski. Tom Hibberd, will my crowded locker to David Williams. Charlene Higbee, would leave Bill Innes to an eleventh grader, but I'm taking him with me. Avis Huey, will my figure to Mary Ann Studer. Bill Innes, leave my ability to blush to Tom Mllls. Mary Jane Janlcki, will my desk in English IV to Pat Nixon. Paul Jones, will my pink neck tie to Dale Erwin. Janet Keller, will my "shyness" to Marian Schank. Joan Kochanskl, will my outragious giggle to Arnold Dundr. Richard Krolewski, will my second year shorthand book to June Messmer. John Krystopowicz, will my bashful manners to Warren Reynolds. Len Kurmas, will my curly hair and my wonderful voice to Helen Wonsowski. Mary Ann LaFluer, will all my casanova ways with the boys to Lillian Bambach. Al Marshall, will my vocal chords to Bud Fulton. Connie Martlock, will all my athletic abilities to Gall Schenburn. Helen McBroom, will my ability to get A's in tea making to Chuck Harding. Mary Ann Mihelich, leave all my unused bottles of Tlnthalr to any junior girl who is tired of the same colored hair. Sharlene Mitchell, will my American Government term paper to any junior that needs it. Faye Mutu, will my seat in shorthand class to any junior who wants to sit down. Chester Oss, will my seat in American Government to my sister Rosemarie. Leota Pawloski, will my pickled "Hummingbird Tongues" to the cafeteria. Walter Pietrzyk, will the bow tie that I wore in my graduation picture to Bill Schmlttler. Joy Pilkington, will my ABC Gum from under my seat in economics to Louise Dundr. Janice Robinson, will my cheerleading outfit to Bill Forler. Barbara Sampson, will my answer sheets in office machines to Cecilia Ostapchuk. Barbara Schaefer, will to Beverly Sampson my deep voice because she is probably the only junior with enough gumption to accept it. Elsie Sherwood, will my height to Mary Ann Daniels. Roy Shelpman, will my ability to get along with girls to anyone foolish enough to accept it. Jack Shimko, will my basketball uniform to Ronnie Fougnle. Marian Shirey, will my long Greyhound bus ride to East Detroit to any junior who likes sight seeing. Mary Ann Simons, will my office practice set with all the answers in it to Veda Rogers. Jayne Smith, will my abilities and techniques in basketball to Pat Pawlak who I know will make them very successful. Christy Strang, will my years' supply of excused absence slips to Eddie Billings. Fred Sullivan, will my striped tie to Orvel Smith. Evelyn Libby Supe,will my middle name to any poor junior who will take it. Violet Thomas, will my choir robe to my sister Linda. Don Weichec, will my seat by the door in American Government to anyone who will take it. Margie Wheatley, will my ability to get a husband to Marlene Kaput. Harry Wilkie, will my sense of humor and brush haircut to John Theodore. Helene.Zachwieja, will my reservation to the moon to Carey Morris. WT FITZ HI. GOOD ONLY Admissl Ilrhur FEBRUARY I, 1953 L .Mzl . Q 0W 0F HOW 53 REVUE lv., O x 'ia' a F I lj GOOD ONLY THURS,, gerald qc 53 9, , . V Q X ia , ' TEN A X x i g f "" 17" f'5c 5 F , 3 fa mi V f 3 QQ f 6' 4? If- HD OI . Q ' . ,QQ A -I I ,N ut W ,. -Q, .W f, ty, 5, il. 1 -' ww M ,. 4 A , l,,,L O xml 3 F fk .aw 1 5 YEA I MCHANNEL 2 HJUVEN IlE JURY " Hi' EV, U K ' " . , . .. .2 1. . A Q f-3. A ,M , Q., 4, Q, 5, A P E ... K, E . V. V . K , JVM: , we 25' X , I E,--1 , . . - . Wm 12.2 , ,,. an '--.4 .... 4.1- . 4 'J' 'Kp , V r Y -f' 1 fx ifg, 'Yi L. qv W' vxl W' mu' : " J: M '1 w . -V ' :fl 2- rr. E . if ' N ,. 2 s 'La ff . U. .1 N W? "' A Ei an Q X I " ' ' ,,.s?g? ., . Jaw E Fil. gi.. J ii . ff. .. f 'P ",x "' ' is J. 4- f ., 1' ' -A E, . . . Q.. , ff . H E+, fr X V ' N ? ' QW' time ,Q ' ' W A f . I ., ,anis ..1.., 5 . 4 55,34 1 4 5 7 ff - 5 ef ww... XJ' 1- -- ' ' 2, 4. 4' "V 3. . f, .,, 1 f l 'WS my. L' ny V X so ii' V . - 9 V , f 19.1 X, . E . v A E . - . W - ws. . E . Q. 4 Q.. - . J 1 I, ., . gy 5, Q f sf ., , Y 4 !,.f My V K3 3 F ro ,f LEVENTH GRADE . as , IRST ROW: M. Avey, L. Bambach, N. Benke, E. Billings, S. Bowers, M. Buhl, G. Calloway. SECOND ROW: B. Chan- dler, A. Cox, R. Crison, K. Crosby, D. Czarnecki, J. Dallas, M. Daniels. THIRD ROW: F. Degrand- champ, P. DePalma, L. Dundr, F. Erbe, D. Erwin F. Evans, M. Otwell. FOURTH ROW: R. Hala- bicky, C. Harding, K. Hinchrnan, S. Hubler, T. Johnson, M. Kaput, C. Kosarek. i FIFTH ROW: R. Kuhn, - '- , b , I M. Kutchey C. Marcum ffogiqy "' . W .- A 1 J. Messmef. T. Mins, si Q-,D K Mongold, P. Moore. fs' . . .. 2 'M A, , . A if . . 'J L Q ' 5 M 3 ,,,, , 3 SIXTH ROW: C. Morris, ij . ' A ,W E W. E D. Nakoneczny J. Nelson LY W is ...Ji , iff' 1 P. Nixon, J. Oss, R. Oss, Y ' .i.' Wa- ' a f f W H. POt61'ek. , X 'l . -4:1 . fe- 1. 4 W W.. . W 1' W' N fmt: . 5 , F ,,, :W E if ,,, . SEVENTH ROW: J. Perona, J. , J 5, 'i': ...fr .EYE A D. Phillips C. Ostapchuk - -. E J H M N ' Q X B. Pierce,, J. Pierce, D., - ,'AAL' ' I L i Q J Price, K. Rasmussen. V,. ,li Vg. . ff sk Q . 5, 31 H ' f . EIGHTH ROW! B.R6me11, ' ' E 'Ea an gi 4 F W R lds s R1 h s f -alll? E "4i f ' ' - eyno - C ' "'.7W E I' 1 , 71 . Roberts, V., Rnodgersx W. , J , "A" 1 ff ff 1.. 45 W' . Rossnagel, B. Sampson. 0 I . ... J E f f ' .. J V' 'f ' f' f..-- if NINTH Row- M s hank , . I . To ' V 5 ' ' S. Schaeper, G. Schianbufn, . 4 i :"11'9 ff . W1 ' V if f ' -17' W. SCh1I1itt16I', 0. Smiths K U E l A i E M. swaer, 1. white. 1 Q.. I 'T 'R , . E. TENTH ROW: G. Wolgast, , M' A W O ' . Y H. Wonsowski J. Yates J A E Y. Youngbiooff, R. z1eb1o', - V1 , H. Zyvonoski. 4 , ' . ' J' 1 , gf' .MJ ff' ML' 'Il' ,JV J P X X . ,. 'lj ' , xl 1, XQS ff' f it ,Q , W -, ts R .l, In it ., ' -' vi ii 41' Hr' .ff L4 V Q ' ' ' rs fi X W" s." if, Q 4 . -I,'lx iff' ,' LUN ff! ,C 'Q fin, ,""e"-' .AN i ' 'cf ri -O' f ,'.. X In -. 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V ...il A T F N I 0 ' I . 1, - ' 7 1 V! f 647 , nwnf 'MQ' S-K' . . J ',VA vc:-f ' ' rr ' ' ' .,.v ,. ' f 'W " M' I. ' - A V3 - - - , I .ta H gt.. . :C . ga -H ! 33, V regal A ' 1.-.X , -. 4' I am , y,,.,, , . . . U if ass. ...A , . ' Q.. ,-. we -X I a v? 1 ff' ' - W ""- K . .- .UM - " 9 Gr , n V 'ff - i I A. V sr 1 ""'-'-' . fi E .. I .. ... ' f ,mr . ,, ' 3' Q I 'Q 5 Q34 , VA " , ' 1 ' Qf ,. "", ir ' , . . fA sy Q' I A ,1 . K if ,, T. -Q ' G D W , 1' V V ,R Q I ,fm ,. , 5 .Q :V ' Q., Q if 'fy cl 7.1 3' . ' . ' 5 ' -' ' I V if 1- A J A,1 g J A' W., fs' jf fm ' ,, - X I ww 5 rf "' Q F, -" . N " ' ' .. f V, I7 L gl s , ,. 'Q N . .aH-.-- . 1 TENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: S. Adams, E. Anderson, D. Baaso, E. Bastin, P. Bauman, C. Bellow, R. Blattel. SECOND ROW: J. Brozow- ski, G. Burgess, J. Carter, P. Chandler, D. Clark, F. Coty, L. Croletto. THIRD ROW: T. Cunio, N. Davis, G. DeNise, R. Diez, G. Erwin, R. Evans, S. Fi- gurski. FOURTH ROW: R. Flasher, W. Fowler, R. Fougnie, J. French, B. Fulton, M. Gad- zinski, B. Gagnon. FIFTH ROW: M. Gerner, M. Gillespie, N. Godlewski, D. Golpe, B. Guzdial, J. Havonsky, B. Haire. SIXTH ROW: J. Hale, C. Harding, S. Hartley, J. Hellan, M. Hinchman, H. Holmes, E. Hondzinskl. SEVENTH ROW: J. Hoshaw G. Hunter, P.Jablonski, J. Jarrett, S.Jones, L. Kacz- marek, E. Karpinski. EIGHTH ROW: T. Kasprzak A. Kingsley, B. Knirs, G. Kwiatkowski, J. Lennon, J. Morrow, M. Martin. NINTH ROW: J. McCracken, D. McCrary, R.McKnee, R. Medrow, M.Mihelich, W. Miles, N. Mitchell. TENTH ROW: C.Molitor, B.Mongo1d, R. Naglit, P. Osowski, P. Pavlak, J. Phy, S. Piernick. TENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: J. Randolph, J. Rasmussen, C. Reynolds, B.Richards, R.Ross, J. Schmanske, G. Schovan. SECOND ROW: J. Scizak, R. Sever, S. Sherwood, H. Sieja, P. Sleep, J. S10 boda, B. Snyder. THIRD ROW: F. Storing, L. Straun, J. Sunday, J. Theodore, R. Trusick, D. Vangilder, S. Vangilder. FOURTH ROW: G. Warren, 'X J .Waschewski, P.Whitney, M. Wilkins, C. Wright, L. V Young, A. Zalewa. FIF'I'H ROW: D. Zeller, M. Zyrek. -' . .. w-, ... , W. , , , .,. 6 A rw- 3, vs, 4, , -., ,nf ,. M. L . 'Q ,fi 4. 4. ,x Q. T, f nu U ' " ,. I' . ' ' J f:.. ' S ST We . S N nl V :'ilm.1. fffflil L i , Ns- . hw wg? 4' " he 9, 7 1, Q! kbddx L "T ' 3-3 'I +R YL- . ,Qi R, L I , , .4 ,yn A H 4.1, I f 'A ' ' 'ff M I ? It .1 ' VVVA I R J I if W X eeee. ,.., . .. -1-"' ,.. 2 ' ' ff ' I -f f ji W W 7 .. I X , ' M f-W f--- . .,w5,,.. ' , ,, , f ik V V ,MMM , fi Q V. an Qs W fb-.,,,,v-K , . TT ' M Q. n .,, up-, x ,. -' ' w. - r. .1 x C. 5. -. , I-, K A ' Q, N V ,, we D H .Lo Q i . 5' E' A-gf ' ' , . 4 m 'ir . A - ' . 'A X I A . -,. X Q Ms 0 Jiizi .CH 51 N vs I . - A34 15 3 ' - .Ng ,, W W . I '- -- Ps I,-5. Q. ., V. - 5- , ,, ,. .N . . A XLS 'W' i :ii S A V - it ' X... . str 'K .W V .5 V ' -x X v -gv ie ,E 1-,,, , , X ,R , 5 . 5, . .'fF'm. v ' ' f .. ".1 G "M", , 'sf fa. -. B. 'ffgdez W 4 .. 06 J ,V Q 1 , ,,.L """' ' Q-.62 '7'. X - ' -. . f , 4' ' Y I .v,c 3 ' 'Um 'HA S , R, V 3 l nhll 4'1A ' 8 . L, ,,,, N L , . I if I , , f ul" W , g. ,'v'f ',,, l . I lg ,Nj ,,-.. fir , Qi- 1 .1 ,.',,'v . . H '.,Z,Av, ,H VCE, A 2:1 I .. 5' " M' at ' ' A f .- I R 15", "' ' iw. gil g,,- 'Z' V. a n ... W us- - L., W' " " Y ' .32 3 9' .. . 7 A Q 'W' ' ,ff Q., ,',f .M 7 J .. 1. .. AHIAI- Q -1' 1. ' "1 V --1. .WK 1 v- ff- ' . ' , ' : , ' I 4. A W: : 4 :F 3 fi I. ,. ,gf I ya-..,. 2, 2 M' RM u FXTA Na. X . JK . ..-V - ' f 'I .1 nf I " " . A ,a Q :IQ D ,... I, iw. TA? . Av, 1 , 'W' I, a.. r ...:'- 15.11. Q., '- 5' 1, 3 M H rs., ,A .af Q C , 5, I W V I gy, In -1 nf' . f . A if -. 5' h A .s If .1 , . ,V , as H, Vg , lv V ' . V, 2+ V . . J , . hub A AQ S N. .1 'lfxl , ,..,A Q ,eff Y ,W 3 4- , W5 .1 vv: V l in t Vx , is r , .G-gf ans ., ,, ,,-KK -if gy, '- V ' ,Y ' T'-f'2't-xiii' In ' "" I A wx . yn M iq V 54 y 6 , , v Q 3 1 W ,A I Q, 'Q It Y U .R :K 4: V- 54 . lyk ,S .QV f gl, M J ,vis J, xv I V p, K 1. N ' ' W' ' pf" W ffm' X my 'law wr ' Q I . 'Amr' j NINTH GRADE FIRST ROW: E.Anderson, T. Antram, M. Austin, R. Avey, J. Baker, J. Barnes V. Barn 9 SECOND ROW: M. Beause- jour, S. Belobraidich, J. Bercel, D. Bender, J. Ber- ry, S. Beswick, L. Billings. THIRD ROW: T. Bizovi, B. Brokenshire, J. Brooks, F. Brown, E. Brzezinski, R. Bucata, M. Burnett. FOURTH ROW: C. Cable, A Campbell, B. Carrier , G. Champagne, H. Zivko- vich, D. Cody, P. Collins. FIFTH ROW: R. Columbo, J. Cowie, R. Evlson, W. Crosby, D. Ceglarek, R. Dammis, A. DeGutis. SIXTH ROW: G. Dambinski R. Dunn, J. Dixon, L. Din- ger, M. Doncea, G. Eder, W. Erickson. SEVENTH ROW: N. Erwin, G. Faber, D. Fagan, E. Farr, D. Fedchenko, L. Fickel, M.Flannery. EIGHTH ROW: C. Fougnie, Y. Ganstine, J. Gillis, E. Guzdial, D. Hacker, H. Hagner, K. Hagner. NINTH ROW: J. Halloway, C. Hart, B. Hawk, B. Hawk, M. Holland, I. Hoshaw, A. Howard. TENTH ROW: V. Huddles- ton, H.Herzig, J. Janlcki, C. Jennings, D. Jones, M. Jones, R. Kadroske. NINTH GRADE FIRST ROW: J. Kerrick, R. Ketchem, C. Killian, D. King, P.Kings1ey, M. Kin- dle. SECOND ROW: M. Kipley, G. Kmiecik, C.Knis1ey, R. Koleda, J. Kolodziej, F. Kovacik, S. Kowell. THIRD ROW: J. Krolewski, I. Kutchey, L. Laney, S. Lee, J. LeFever, L. Lewko M. Liborio. FOURTH ROW: F. Lindsey, G Logue, M.Lord, J. Luch- kovitz, D. Lukas, K. Mac- kenzie, N.Majeske. FIFTH ROW: S. Marvinetz, B. Matheney, C.McCal1um, R. Mercier, M.Mil1er, G. Milligan, J. Mongold. SIXTH ROW: R. Moore, B. Moretto, B. Morey, M. Murto, E.Mutu. R.Niazy, J.Nico1l. SEVENTH ROW: D. Nie- prote, C.Novak, R. Pa- dilla, P. Pakulsky,C.Pas- co, S. Petty, D. Phillips. EIGHTH ROW: E. Phillips, R.P1opa, D. Prince, C. Propst, N. Pruitt, D. Reece, C. Rioux. NINTH ROW: D. Robbins, L.Rodgers, N. Rossnagel, T. Ryan, J. Rzepecki, J. Salavejus, A. Salerno. TENTH ROW: J. Sandfeur, P.Schaaf, P.Schaaf, P. Schaefer, G. Schaper, G. Schenburn, D.Schmitt1er. fi 3 ,f Q X N. . 1 X V f , A.... 1 QW M It Q fr. 179 1 ul. E ,,, f. 1, El :kv 1 97V , 'xi' l ' 3 V, .ik mi My A " ' : i fy, X A A , I . in I., . 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I ' -iam , 5 ' , 'A 1 ' ii 1- V fd . 1 'N 'S 1 . 55, ' -Q is ' LA, . i: gg V, M . of -jim ,f . .,"' V Nd 5 W- ' fmhk? H 4, , ' 21 1 , 'Vi' i 1- ' 'Lf ' . 3 Y ' fy' jf- 5X V ...Mi .J " A ,. f 1-Vie is 1 1: A T TT fn' '47 A if .,' V Ln. 'W f in .X ya 'H wk X f E R: 'w : , 'ln' ' I7 ly, K4 ...Y-'W j '55 A X5 , f xx N Vf Al H I -A - Y W ifzhflg ,I V . ,fx 7' K , I ' V . K N X- QL, Q Sf hj . 5 1- -Q H QA Af , 4,3 Cs- 1.4 x , fl Ji. F f ' if 5 2. X ff, - ffv , y fm ,,,,--' f . " f"sf:-', ' W M V. 2922. f A 'Z P ff ., :,,,, 7 2. Z QQ fr. NINTH GRADE FIRST ROW: D. Schmittler, C.Sefcik, J.Seggie, M. Seiber, B. Sellers, C.Sem- ple, F. Sever. SECOND ROW: F. Shaw, R. Sherwood, J. Smith, P. Smith, C.Snave1y, O. Snyder, P. Spears. THIRD ROW: S. Stevens, T.Strane, B. Swider, R. Swigert, P.Szczepa.nski, D. Szynski, H. Terry. FOURTH ROW: H. Turowski A. VanOvermeer, S.Waggy, P.Wa1sh, B. Weiandt, C. Wesson, L. Whitman. FIFTH ROW: W. Whitney, A. Wilcox, D. Williams, J. Williams, R.Wi11iams, J. Woods, B. Young. SDCTH ROW: C.Youngb1ood, R. Youngblood, R. Zuber, M. Zvrek. X ' , ,p. x2 . Fan-+2-v-'F' 'o I . EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW: c. Adams, .. 4 , , ' - J. Baaso, E. Baker, L. ' bw' , , 1 Barnes, P. Barr, R. Bauer, , , A . Y 1' V I L' Baumann- A'A , ,ts , r .,.., .,. 355 f SECOND ROW: A. Baus- I . W M. , , wo-11, R.Be11oW, P. Bi- .GQ .2 :W I, g1f",' Q anza B. Bizovi. s. Bastin, , - N. Brolzick. D. Brock. FI M B-BW 7 . of .. THIRD ROW: M. Brown, 3 , , my M, R. Brozich, J. Bucata, M. fs I QR," V, ' . ' V EH". Z., 4,3 , ' Bucata N. Burkett, M. ' E" 4 'rf 5 CamP,,E. Chrzan. r-pa' 'B V'e. 1.4-...ff E X' 3 6 in 5. . r , I FOURTH ROW: c. cone N ,,. . gt Q . M W . S., Cone, D. Conner, D. Q? 4, , 1 .AVA J: Crawford, D. Cunningham, . R- D2ViS, B- Diflger- 'rf o... it Z .3 L ,f , 1 I FIFTH ROW: M. Duncan, ' ,V 5 " 1 , D ig, wr, R. Dupuis, D. Easton, C. ii '.e. D " ,W Q. ilu, Elliott, B. Emery, A. 'R ', W ' gg J Evenson, G. Fleishans. S XLT ' A., f1"i'922 i' 9 k ' ' , ga, 5 ' fa,,,,g,aZi4, is f to 1 of EW . SIXTH ROW: A. Flowers, A ,,, 'O' , 1 I ,gt-:ga', , 1 V E. Freeland, J. French, ,S , Y f gn , xr... ' iii.. , cg, at S. Gogolewski, R. Green, H R-f 'E' I G. Guzick, P. Hagner. fr I 1 if .S 1. f . J SEVENTH ROW: L. Har- , ta.-. 43 .V wood, R. Heaton, J. Hor- yi, H " -'fzzzg ton, W. Hyson, D. Innes, ,M, "iw R. Jacobs, H. Jennings. 'A E. fi . . EIGHTH Row: E. Jurmm- 12... ...Q F Q- g Q -f con, G. Kayne, B. Ketchem, 'Q .,, Q ' I 'I ' s. Knisely, L. Konior. 7- ' , E NIINTH Rouvi':1kE.CKrIr21ew- ' 'F' gf ' I E.. J E+ eo ra ski M. K c' , . ur- gz, of fx . at ra, mas, R. Langewicz, G. I E v I ,J Lazich, B. Ledford, L. an Vlv' , U ' Young- , , , . I ! 5' can fs. 1 'I " ' 51' J mg :" r , V'-1 .E TENTH ROW: J. Mabry, I t' f 5 I 5" B ,I , S. , f X . . ' P. M 'T' 1 ' I' 4 '1-' . I ' 'I C -I ar -rf 4-4 -f ,. - - rf cum, S.McCunas, J. Mc- Knee, G. Meade. , 4, N. A, V ... IU' 1 . ' ,. , - Q A ' 1 . ,, f l " 'X 2. 1.1.5 I , Q ' xxx X , A . . . .. , G- lr rl A 1 ,W 'Ai n N 5 ' Y " A .5 'sw 4 I -if: 'irq WV' V, A-1. fin- Q 1 . rf -L J .I xllln 1 ' I J Y V 1.1 1. ...J '- 'swff' . ' az... . -A s W ' xv A N A :IA if .W xc A ' . AVC l 1 ' A ' V as C 3 R' f I - fir. -as sy.. -K V, Yr - . A: L , yy J 'W Y E..-S l- . ms. vm" ,, -A-A , V., N A . .. E , . A A lx-' gif also V, .P-ff, V Q - W X ,V 'AAVZA . f J., Wiz, in 1 e tt . . 5' 71. A ,. ,,,,.,, 'tr 7 'ii life! 'P to I Z . 3 '4 N , J R. .. ,A K V, , Q , Q t .I ff we 44 1 A' f i A h EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW: M. Mertke, A. Mitchell, L. Morris, G Nelson, K. Nelson, D. Newby, C. Oliver. SECOND ROW: J. Oxen- dale, B. Palowada, D. Parker, P. Peterfeso, B. Petrocella, B. Pilkington, E. Pinch. THIRD ROW: J. Price, J. Price, P. Prince, M.Rey- nolds, A. Reynolds, V. Reid, O. Robinson. FOURTH ROW: R. Seck- man, R. Rohrig, E. Ronel li, M. Roy, R. Roy, R. Sanger, M. Schleeter. FIFTH ROW: E. Schmitt- ler, R. Schulart, R.Rogers, A. Sherill, P. Sherwood, M. Sernple, R.Sou1liere. SIXTH ROW: C. Spanske, N. Spears, E. Stamps, B. Strang, M. Suckey, C. Sullivan, P. Swider. SEVENTH ROW: J .Thorn- ton, B. Topski, J. Wal- drop, G. Watts, M.Watts, S. Whitney, J. Willoughby. k EIGHTH ROW: P.Wilson, J. Weltze, D.Wordon, J. VanHul1e, A.VanOvermeer, W. Young. I NX all z 2 x V N' H --NX X 1. ,T X, Xi ,. Tw? A.QlN:l,i"3, 4 ,ff ,4,,,i'.5j. A E X SEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: C. Ames- . -Q, . aff yi. A ,Y , , ,V . ,. ,. f, I V quita, D. Anzaiai, c. An- is aw ' Wim glin, L. Asbury, S. Bar- gy, 7 j , LM- f wh' in rick, F. Bridwell B. it EAfE . A 5 F 5' ' D 7 - ,avi , I .64 A I I 3 V -,1, . ' Blair . nv .3 ll -."3A Yg- SECOND Row: B.B10om- Q' r y Q . 5? WZ' ,J ingdale, J. Bolf, J. Bolo- li." I if A . of 31, f .fi gnin, S. Bowers, C. Brez- e ' nak, M. Brozowski, N.Burt. ' x J -- ' V H 4' f' .-.. 3 . AV THIRD ROW: J. Busby, L f, V. y !,,X,.,. .am H., , . .. . Butler,J. Camarata, B. lx jf 2-.fi-, .2 . .4 ' rf Carpenter, W. Carr J. Q ' ' new 'V Chopp, N. Cody. ' W 1' m mm y 3 , Az- ,lf, 3 if FOURTH ROW: Hwrook, X H - is ... - B. Cowie, L.CraWford, R. 5' air.. f f ' H' 54 K ,ggi Creason, D. Manchester J' JW' W . J ' 'CCE 'V C. Dallas, J. Daniels. , ' . A' 5- .-. X, Denise M. Dikin M. Dixon, 'wif f .2 ..i,. 1 A ivi' 3 ' ' 'YQ . J. Dobiyersrem, f:.DQg1d, D. "V Y' 5 Z! Dodd. ' f - 1 X ' l?e.,..,,g1+ F 'I V K L- 'iw SDCTH ROW: M. Erbe, G. 49- Ti ' - J 354, g 'fi EjfQg"j. Fable S. Farr, R. Flannery E 1f"V V if ffl ' 3: , 'J f A.Gaskill, P.Ghenalli, B. 'V y "' Gillesby. I "'A SEVENTH ROW: R.G0d1,-ew 1 43 5 ,gslfy ski W.Goldade, L. Gooch, ' in fi' is ' 'f' A. ,Goulding, L. Grubbs, C 1 K W mgy A K. Hawk, K. Hibberd. K ,.. .. K hliv A Q, ,J in it , ,V fQ,,,M,.,Q 4 EIGHTH ROW: J. Hobbs-.,o .. . ,, We all D Holland T. Holmes, G. J... li. . ii' ... V , 'H W ' Huchel,, N. Huddelston, D. .. ' . .ai Humphrey, P. Jackson. V Y. .I.. -...Q MH... ia . ..'y f ' I " . A 1 ' 4? ' "" S 'fi "'f '-'C' 1,, If xii C Y , .VV :fl 2 A ,K eh, GT' NINTH ROW: E. Juntunen, M 'M ' xi . ' 'E J. Janicki, M. J0nes,c. Y -f 44.. A jw . .F J Kalinowskif L. Lf-MR. .WA .ff A Keller, J.Kenyon, S. Main. fag, ' H TENTH Row: D.K1da, c. . . . J -J .1 5 -I iinx' J .fs -J 4- - N 'fr Kimmel K. LaFontaine, J. If .1 ' Q ' 1 ii .. -. : .34 y LaF0re5f,M-Laff10111'e11X, f- W. J 'H' X 5.5. ." .W Q. Lakfergene. ,- an .. ,Huff , A x L, 4, v. Y V Sf ' 2 RXZL L. , q . , ' f , ' W fx ,sl 3. - : ibn Tv. 'gf' - Q .x , EJ - 'VW 3:-X 1. X ' . f MX K ' N iiggg, . , T ll-di 'A ' , 4 'QM gina Aa:--iff, . .lm V .. V 7 J Q KNEE J ff H 1 fi F 2 xr Q P- 1 'V g sf 5 1 5, xv -1- tr t wr, W E'!?v,1Q- 5 ' g A, n 4.1 . J ,Qs 5 , ' V . .. . IX - A ff . T. 5 - L .fl . . in -' M , In gs.. K . U in 3 Q , V W R A x J ft H' ' of t Q, Q: A - fiifwi F", X ' A :T I . 7:2 .,., : V ,AF v K . w 1 J 'T "V , 'f t -H 4 .Ma N - A X- 27 is--V it V, if v . My iff, if a t A 4 bf, J . -lx . M n, Y if! :H Vw - klsxjx by :1,"'i4l I 5 K,-,L i:0',gjA . ,Q -. . ,g 'Nm' J M 9 M R F . as f ' 4 A r W ,Cs :Q 5 N, ,K Q4 Y, 1 I in 1 JM- . ,fm ,W ffef I 'i f- "R -f -'1 , i NG? n Er, f - ' ,, . K 33, qi 1 1 A li E. K SEVENTH GRADE FIRST ROW: L. Lawson, V. Lawson, R. Lennie, B. Kayne, J. Luchkovitz, N. King, D. Marks. SECONDROW: R. McChris- tian, VMcCrary,G.McKay, V. McKay, J. Mihelieh, F. Minda, J. Minda. THIRD ROW: J. Morris, R. Morton, A. Noble, R. Oldacker, J.O1ivero, J. Otwell, R.Pascaretti. FOURTH ROW: J. Peterek, J. Peterfeso, D.Prince, K. Prince, J. Primmer, B. Ptashnik, N. Randolph. FIFTH ROW: R. Rioux, S. Robertson, R. Royer, C. Romines, J.Rossi1li, C. Ryan, S. Ryan. SIXTH ROW: L. Stadler, F. Sandor, D. Schmanske, M. Schenburn, L. Shepherd, C.Shepherd, J. Sleep. SEVENTH ROW: D. Smith, H. Smith, Y. Smith, V. Smo- larz, M.Snave1y, E.Spears G. Speagle. EIGHTH ROW: N.Stad1er, B. Stamps, N. Strating, A. Supe, .L. Thomas, G. Thweatt, R. Tafanelli. NINTH ROW: J. Valdes, V. Mrak, W.Wicha, T.Wa:r- den, L. Waters, R.Waynich, F.Wege1. TENTH ROW: J. Younger, N. Wesley, M.Whitney, L.Wojcik,M.Wueb1en, J. Yost, J. Younger. . fm ' ,V iq ! SEVENTH GRADE -T.-. 'Q V FIRST ROW: E. zivkovmh, ' i, Ezuber. , . E -'vEX.f?w Aw 4 ,ggi gig jfigygf QWQZQ 'V , fr 1 . N V5 l e, A YV f, A',,,' M f 4. ' Q- ff ' , ky 1, ,V Z if' 1" 1, . A. " 3 , W4 A A ,,,v mf 7 ' ' . ' 'if f' f' ffimcw-ff2Qgf,. 1 ,. - gy,-MW, ' 5 H ff 5 , ,xieyg .4512 ,, ,MQ , , ' 'Q " jk , ,, 4 ff , wwf ",f :nf ' f, f, ,zzwjy - W7 " , 7 ' I '44 kgs 'Lf -bf an 4143.9 1 , VWWQ, ,y, . 151,-' ' f , - ,gfgw-f ,W EW, , V P , 2 ,. X. 1 A 4 'iv ,1 , Q. A if f ff-., wmv ' M Mfwm. , V g,4-.., if r 1 Z , vm "af ., 1 ur ' ,.,,, L'f,9,.A 5' I 7 'fff.Q'f,'fQ 5 128 rg, ,,,51gfv ,ff , 1 , ww' 4 , V1 J' fr L33 ,o Eff'-1" O0 5 ', 1. dyc' 'A X, A 'Q , v L VS 5 d ii i Q in ww s e h ,, Q CHOREOGRAPHY BY THE JUNIORS COLONNADE A beautifully decorated Recreation Building afforded the background for the 1952 J-Hop. Two scenes from that wonderful evening are all that is left of the dance . . . except the memories. This year the Class of '54 held their dream 1 L dance for the first time in the Colonnade Room .,- 4 a v of the Masonic Temple. 0 x W - h fi I N www 5, X 1 CHANNEL3 , ,. W ..,, ..- ,,,,...,, 1 , 00 C I U b A I H U I I 90,0 X. E E Monitors sw" rv b Lxbfd C U O c oe xo 1 HDMNIBU W HALL MONITORS A 1st row Ql. to r. J: J. Nelson, L. Konior, A. VanOvermeer, P. Hagner, B. Moretto, B. Ketchem, R. Oss. 2nd row: C. Reynolds, S. Petty, V. Diez, J. Robinson, A. Wilcox, B. Carpenter, J. Willoughby, S. Carter, M. Gerner. 3rd row: J. Price, P. ' Spears, B. Emery, . R.Strang, W. Rey- ' nolds, R. Green, R. Heaton, B. Bro- kenshire, C. Kur- mas, B.Byrom. 4th row: L. Bauman, N. Mitchell, O. Snyder, A. Van Overmeer, L. Harwood, J. Koch- anski, D. Kind, C. Pasco, P.Osowski, P.PaWlak, M. Semple, R. Bauer. 5th row: N. Rossnagel, M. Janlcki, R. Fed- chenko, C.Propst, R.Trusick, D.Va.n- gilder, R.Cowie, D. Bender, D.Ceg- larek, G. Erwin, K.MacKenzie, J. Hollaway, J .SII1lth. STUDENT COUNCIL 1st row fl. to r. I: A. Supe, N. Benke, B. Pierce, A. Cox, Mr. Hild. 2nd row: J. Randolph, C.Reynolds, 'D. Baaso, C.Sefcik, P.Ryan. L. As- . bury, J. Phy. 3rd row: L. Dinger, D. Easton. W. Reynolds, J. A Dixon, J. Baaso, C. Kurmas, V. Thomas, R. Fed- chenko, P. Jack- son. Absent from picture: L. Kurmas, president wx z, S T U D E N T 3 A ' .f.AvA M b 3 J C 7' 1 , ' NN K h. ' FI I Z' HE R LD lf . C ' I xr I tfolumc V, Number 3 V THE FITZ-HERALD, STUDENT SECTION ' ilitiiisl .S CLASS NEWS Eieliiibeas Persnnaltivs 011 Parade ACTIVE by Barbara Pierce and JoAnn Randolph The Student Council started the school year off 'sit-h enthusiasm and school sp i 1-'t. The iirstthing that 1 n the '52-'55 agenda :vas the election ot the four student council representa- tives fr in each grade. The election was handled by the 'Sl-'52 Co unc il nierrbers. Ballots had to be made perforated C SENIOR CLASS by Beverly Byrom Washington and New Yoriior bust! That's the slo- gan at the top of the senior th e r mo meter which shows the amount of funds in the class treasury. On Wednesday, January 7, 1953, the Seniors selected caps and go -.vns Coll tg." Ruth hacker Fitzgerald High School V p r e s e nt ed its third annual C hristrnas Concert on Dec- ember 18, 1952 at 8:00 P. N. , in the Fitzgerald Recreation Center o n Nine Mile near Ryan Road. lt was quite a momentous candlelight pro- gram with boththe junior and senior high school Choirs the band 1' fl , .g ,mg i W -i XX 1 Z ,,f .5 iw gf ,,.,.-4-4 an lv: ary Kochanski, nown as the little S3l from LeFever, on January 27, l9:35. it -f blonde - haired, blue reat st C C one 'e r x called fra T he . - 3 s s i ' Christmas R ,- ' u d e n there sferer cause there g a m e the h a d p l d e c ision of to vote it do T h i s v e r y ni c e p u rchased and t h e Student p laced in the in front of the Have you Spartan Flas 7 it when there is a tivity going on, Qzetballor football certs, etc. The flaff in the m orning and in the evening of the affair. This is all har the Council members, W e a r e no :J roller skating par March 10. Before this is C o n sid e red .ve must find a riite, maine permission slips and tickets, arrange for transportation, and sponsors. These have been but a few of the Student Council's plans and decisions that are p r o rn oted in the interest of the school and student body. , with her glo :Jing and lieen sense of varied interests. she usually can on popcorn television or her favorite re- D0n't You Le- Joni James. e r e to invite dinner, be for ir ia- i sniroflof it-5, 'J' gadget . e ribs and potatoes, as rite foods. all of her has one she , for she good things s and Z1 n lier this to attend where she in surgery. . t 0150 In BK Kish wg' TX 1-iajfihlais ' Qaieorai - . , 50'-5' t' ' ste- to A " 'KOQEQH -+ ffftf U" -,rn it 'GLW' J' I I T D-Wi il. H-12 T - loner Chatter I .50 f- M In gft'-.ll ' Ll . 2115 5, A ' ad, the interest by Marianne Mihelich V, ppfi 'ah e nthusiasrn of the boys was great, Old Father Time has .!,f, 'ti . - SPAR TAN STA FF APPOINTED by Glen Watt The Spartan Staff, under th e d i r e ction of Mr. Hild, held its first meetingon DeG- err ber 4, when the following po s it ions were filled: Jim Hayden, editor in chief: Janet Ke ll er, business manager? Sue Carter, art editorg M188 Mclntyre, art advisorg Rich- Thefirst game with Fra- s e r p r o v ed that there was s c hool spirit at Fitzgerald, fo r the students filled the gym, giving the team their moral support. The Reserve game con- C 1 uded with a very lopsided scor e of 55-27 in favor Of Fitzgerald, while the Varsity s C or e was 46-38 with Fitz- gerald again capturing the lead, making the first game ofthe season a great success for both squads. Sco r es of other games nlaved are as follows: Var- rolled back the year 1952. Instead of singing "Auld Lang Syne" a more appropriate song would be "Bye, Bye Blues"by Les Paul and lvlary Ford. As everyone makes his New Year's resolutions. a goodxvarningwouldbe "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your E yes", the new hit by Perry Como. Sine: January 4 was the last day of the school vacation. the Four Fresh- men's swell tune, "The Day lsn't Long Enough", or maybe "Blue Violins", will be sung wonx is THE xi-31' TO wwsuccessz it GIRLS' . BASKETBALL TURNOUTS by Violet Thomas Eager and ready for at'- 111,111 uv e r e the twenty-live girls that tried out for bas- Lcetball this season. Although all of them did not maze the teani, they were all high in s Q ho ol spirit and dlsolayed good sportsmanship. Six g een girls nfere se- lected by Miss Engle for the firstandsecondtearns. Thev S. -J' fr: PROJECTORS CLUB lst row il. to r. J: N. Brozich, L. Konior, P. Schaefer, W. Miles, J. Barnes, W. Crosby. 2nd row: G. Schenburn, T. Strane, A. VanOvermeer. R. Naglit, R. Bonacorsi, D. Robbins, R. Williams, J. Baker. 3rd row: J. Salavejus, W. Young, H. Hagner, D. King, J. Mongold, J. Woods, C. Youngblood, C. Pasco. 4th row: R. Patrick, C. Propst, M. Murto. R. Niazy, E. Hondzinski, G. Erwin, R. Fedchenko. LIBRARY STAFF lst row Cl. to r. J: Mrs. Upchurch, J. Sunday, B. Byrom, C. Hart, C Martlock. 2nd row: J.Brozowski, M. Kutchey, S. Whitney, C.Elliott, J. Robin son. 3rd row: E. Freeland, P. Bauman, L. Strawn, A. Cox, J.Baaso. 1 .I in E 5 . 5 f Co-op and Retailing .7 if w'.e4'3f? greg a N is fi! f an gin 21 S, QQ L -ng a MIM ,O RETAILING AND CO-OPERATIVE TRAINING ! lst row Cl. to r. J: D. Price, F. Sullivan, M. Studer, D. Horsch, A. 5 Huey, M. Kutchey. , 2nd row: M. Wheatley, B. Schaefer, H. Zack, R. Cowie, C. Kosarek, 1 N. fkp 'f'c H. MCB1-oem, P. Fickel, F. Mum. ,,,, 5 4. 1. I 3rd row: S. Mitchell, M. Mihelich, L. Pawloski, J. Keller, M.A. .....,. ff f ff! 4 z avg I fffeffw ff ffjggwfyymflzfjlggzfs -fx? ,gf 9 4,i,W4?' ,ef ,gyi gg 5 gi? ay v'f5'?k4f3' Sega if ajax ff ,QQ mf 1 Ave 5 ifisfaygilgw 3.1.33 Week eggga ffgzfyfff' V .'wf,f':?-4, ' f'Zjff'f:2f."+,fl',ffQ2gfC"4Q21' 451,243 aff,5.r4f. w,,.,:f4f 5f.,1fw::2,'4.y.2Mg,'f . - . yfayfff,rf'-.-,3f447'.,5ge5f3yf53Jf-.gfffw.MZ-J., .. x ' 1 f " 'Z'fy71Zi45L -'12546 i25,'4yfZ'2Qff.,:4v'Z,'3?j?zfjl?A3X'yi.fJ3fG gf, , ,., f . '.. uffg?5f42:Q1f:f. - w Q. we ' ' ' few Mfg.....f.ffz-fyWpva.fs-ay-5g4,g,g:f:f,f-Nga, 14,e,f2,f-M4-4 ,g. A -Mr.-,,, ,g . -- .- Q . ' A "'1z,f'9Wf . ' "5'2Amf?Kfif?f 'G fx! 47""'Ni 5 .4 ' ' .- ww f .- -"1:3j'-zfjfw. , . 4.55, raw. I- X ' 5 ":f .... Ea. 9 'rf . dk - -. -K: t A :fifiizb 'Jiiw 'fx ' -X xi X ' ,JZ . 1 w. ' v 4 3, THOSE TWO 77 5 JUNIOR PLAY f ,df iff ' ' l l 1 .iffig ' ' ,Mj'f,y:. . aff ufjng -,jk VZ W The Junior Class presented "The Campbells Are Coming" as their annual class play in the fall of 1952. This three-act comedy con- cerned the misadventures of a Southern family who turned "hill- billy" for the amazement of their , Boston guests and to the great amusement of the audience. Under the competent direction of Miss Pat Nix, the play proved to be a great success. its 'WE-Q! M ' f' 5 , 1 V as ra' f" . 1 z : Q , . , V r ' ' -' P F - " W ,7--M.:-M 6,1437 ,... ,.,,, . 1 , . '1 . J:-- . 5 g ,l , ,M..5 , f, 1-,M , ,, ff fan. ff, H., , f 1 - , f M i at 1 l ' n , hw ywvff V I, 4 ,n e M . M H W ., , EP W , Vhfgffthf, ,, It ,f ,, U fwf V ,ft -475,4,,1,,,, ,My yy ' 'f' " ,mzixmw l f f 'THE CAMJPBELLS ARE COMING" Ma Bramiigan Catalpa Tapp Betty Brannigan l Dick Brannigan Bildad Tapp Cyrus Scudder Giffery Scudder Kaye Brannigan Kingston Campbell Mrs. Augusta Campbell Cecilia Ostapchuk Veda Rogers Pat Nixon Jim Oss Eddie Billings Bill Forler Tom Mills Isabelle White Carey Morris Gail Schenburn SENIOR PLAY "Spring Fever", a comedy in three acts, was chosen by the WZIUHCE Seniors for their class play. This hilarious comedy about the day be- M W for graduation in a college boarding house was presented in the spring of 1953 The cast spent many long A ,.,sflW hours rehearsing the play and their ,I 1 Wi J A Q hard work was rewarded by the en- - 1 W 1 . thusiastic response of the audience. s f A The capable direction of Miss Pat f r 4,494.1 an the success of the play. 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' viii 47124 1" 7 , ,iffy IA, V, , ,,f,fM4 I aww Q ,fgwgw 4,,,gfvfw ww ' ' WfZac'ffzW' .f,,L,Z4i+f"fazf, uf ff W 'fewaW1zfQ',,g1,2.ma 2 - , fffffofvf' V'VZf,a,:?f', 7 5 Z Z , ,..- . ,, 1 .N usa- xx-- wx-rw. BAND Majorettes: J. Carter, J. Holmes, C. Reynolds. lst row fl. to r. J: J. Luchkovltz, S. Hartley, C. Sef- cik, D. Baaso, D. Kida, G. Schovon, J. Phy, C. Pasco, C. Snavley, J. Rasmussen. 2nd row: B. Dinger, J. French, H. Herzig, L. Thomas, K. Rasmussen, B. Brokenshire, M. Liborio, A. Wilcox, J. Dixon, L. Dinger, G.Meade, J. Pierce. 3rd row: R.Ketchem, E. Billings, D. Lukas, D. Snyder M.Dixon, N. Erwin, E.Chrzan, B. Pierce, R, Fed- chenko, R.Evans, J. Randolph, G. Burgess. :gm 4th row: T.Ryan, R. Flasher, B. Halabicky, J. Bock, F. Evans, R.Ko1eda, S. Stevens. .4 1 4- div' , ff? C4 , ,,,V , M H 5-757' ,K ,Eff ' fff' f ff Y. 4 Nl !,,,L,V ,!,,4,c,V Z if 4 ff M44 O M2416 MMM, wwf wa f 4,14 , QQ! jlig? ,M- uf -,wr x. - ,uf -9. 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V 4 , , :I ,a " V z , sm' '- Q "A,-A A7 465.1 Z y f J 3 .Q , gp ., ,ggi ., AV Vw, W Y, . , . -...VN-1, , - -A. p'2"'S,sf15:L,. Wg V-it , v,-e,,' :,Tf,.v.,f, fn 4 1952-1953 brought about a true merger of the vocal and instrumental departments. The joint effort of the band and choir performing the "Ha11e- lujah Chorus" at the Christmas Concert was something to remember. 'Musical Varieties", another combined band and chorus program which is sure to become an annual event, was highlighted by "The Battle Hymn of the Repub1ic" - a real musi- cal thrill to both performers and audi- ence. f16e4z6nq0n CHANNELS SPOTl IGHT ON SPORTS" Q, 3 l C , . X H 'lat awe t , ,,, 5 ,Q 4 E Frrz-HERALD, STUDENT SECTIQN R FOOTBALL BANQU ET by Beverly Byrom A crowd of over two h un d red packed the gym on Wednesday, January I4, for a d e 1 lcious chicken dinner, pr epared by the mothers of the football team a.nd spon- sored by the Varsity Club. Following the tasty dinner Bob Reynolds, the toastmas- ter, announced several of the well-known guests, who were th r ee football players from M 1 c h i gan State College and one of our alumni, Doug G r eenhill, from Wayne Uni- versity. Th e main speakers were Red Dawson from Pittsburgh, Van Patrick, and several newspaper men from the Detroit News. T h e Loyalty Aw a rd was given to Harry Wilkie for his outstanding loyalty to the team g Johnny Wilson, the R h o des Scholarship winner, p r e s e nted the Jolm Wilson Memorial Trophy to Johnnie Kr y s topow-lcz for being the m 0 s t o ut s t anding football p 1 a y e r of the year. Coach S m a r k s presented the "Oil Can" award to Dean Finchem for his outstanding spirit and inspiration to the team. Some of these trophies can be seen in the showcase near the of- f ice. Red Dawson, football coach of Pittsburgh, showed a m ovie of the Pittsburgh- Notr e Dame game in which Pittsburgh upset Notre Dame. W? W, ,..., . ,Wf f 7 .4 I , lb? " . V . 994' ' -2 ' 'VV , JW Q75 ,4 f ff f -wfif, Myalwfy el ' I gf se ,fp 1 f f , - -2 H: -as Q if Z f ,yy . ,Y ,QA clk, . ' Z X I 2 2 1 ,,,,,.,..f-Nw 11? f , , - 'fm iff 1 f 1 - 1:1 5691 f , - - ' 'H' if fr? E llllnlllfxilniiga ,J loyalty Trophy Q 0 S afar dv, Johnny VVHson Trophy , ww 0 fm A ' ,,. e .,,5, ,W.,.,,g, was .vw y F A :'M5S"'5" ' f 'v-f A I A , Paul Smarks FOOTBALL SCORES Southfield Roosevelt Clawson Madison Avondale Roseville Troy Detroit Lutheran Visi- Fitz- tors gerald 0 20 19 13 14 7 13 13 20 12 7 0 2 34 0 51 VARSITY FOOTBALL lst row, fl. to r. J: C. Harding, H. Wilkie, G. DeNise, C. Harding, R. Bercel, R. Bonacorsi, N. God- lewski, W. Reynolds. - 2nd row: T. Raeside, A. Van Overmeer, J. Bercel, L. Laney, D. 'Bender, D. Finchem, E. Hondzinski, C Saxton. 3rd row: T. Cunio, J. Perona, D. Erwin, D. McCrary, K. Campbell, T. Johnson, R. Hartley. Yea-TEAM! 1 fl .i Q M! 5 'Q X. Nl' w-7? :,! VARSITY CHEERLEADERS 1st row, 11. to r. J: P. Chandler, J. Robinson. ' 2nd row: E. Sherwood, J. Baaso. 3rd row: J. Jarrett, J. Smith. X -th row: Miss Engle. QRESERVE AND JUNIOR HIGH CHEERLEADERS row, 11. to r.J: L. Lawson, R. Keller, N. Stratmg, C. Kurmas, J. McKnee. row: D. Reece, R. McKnee, J. Brooks, N. Mitchell XL. Billings. X if "' I RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL TEAM lst row, fl. to r. D: V. Mrak, L. Wilkie, L. Asbury, R. Heaton, W. Petrocella, P. Ryan, D. Dodd. 2nd row: C. East, F. Birdwell, C. Mack, G. DeNise, R Jacobs, B. Cowie, K. Peterfeso. 3rd row: N. Kornosky, R. Soulliere, B. Bizovi, G. Smith, R. Sanger, D. Brock. lst row, fl. to r. J: A. Dundr, F. Storing, T. Antram, A. Van Overmeer, G. DeNise, J. Bercel, C. Harding, M. Murto. 2nd row: T. Raeside, K. Dannis, N. Pruitt, L. Laney, D. Bender, J. Schmanski, L. Campbell, R. Medrow, D. King, G. Irwin. A E mme il 13 21 1 -inf ,Qu 'TZ I-fm va . ,X ,W .5-F WE f '-f swf rff f ffffff f V' 2 ,. 111 in ' Aff.. cfm' k .. - 4 R ' ' ' ' ' ff.. A-, P M . T- M.4ffQ'4 3' b , 1 -..,,: Q4 M-ww., ,M.mW,. W If ' ' ""? . L. av ' . W vow., 5' A f H bmw, I " 1' ffl ,vm .,,f.w,W..,..,,u,,, , , 7, , VVV, f V f ,,,, , i ffv Y f '-:ff fm' W Vg ,f f, V 444 , I gm: WW fm? f wi wb f ,Jr BASKETBALL SCORES Frazer C lawson Lakeshore Roseville Birmingham Troy Avondale Harper Woods Madison Clawson Roseville Troy Harper Woods Avondale Madison Shrine Visi- Fitz- tors gerald 38 46 25 52 61 59 64 31 33 21 47 46 50 51 46 42 64 62 56 54 72 35 46 47 27 39 51 56 57 58 62 50 VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM 4 lst row, ll. to r. J: D. Golpe, R. Fougnie, J. Shimko, C. Brown, W. Reynolds. 2nd row: T. Raeside, T. Cunio, D. Irwin, S. Rich. D. McCrary, T. Johnson, G. Irwin. if JUNIOR PHGH BASKETBALL TEAM lst row, fl. to r. J: W. Young, G. Smith, R. Soulliere, J. Wiltz, R. Heaton. 2nd row: L. Butler, A. Flowers, K. Prince, B. Strang F. Birdwell, R. Brozick, P. Sherwood. 3rd row: C. Anglin, B. Patrocella, L. Asbury, L. Barnes, B. Bizovi, E. Stamps, R. Jacobs, L. Wojcik. RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM 1st row, 11. to r. J: R. Evans, J. Woods, D. King. N. Godlewski, G. Warren. 2nd row: N. Pruitt, M. Murto, D. McCrary,R. Niazy, G. DeNise. 3rd row: G., Erwin, J. Clary, K. Hagner, J. McCracken. f I al .wi O Qu! ii" ,ll gs 59:59 :Ev llllll 1- 1, .. Q EF m'dg5!i I f N, . B 3' 'Q 23359 n -1- "' 1 Q .1--Q Q -Q gl ' addddf ' - - q ' 1 L 01 .,.V I Xt f IZQW-I il A ll fall , 'f game '1 1 57212517 f 3,77 AW , , ff' f 7 15 i 1, f 2 ' Q f xg " f Z 'Zn ' , 43 ,,,zyzW,,, , f f WM M M ,W', fi ,Z 1 f 4 V W ZZ 4 ? ! 1 f .,,,,,,f af , 4 Z X Q f ff ' ar I A W2 -l Aff-1 . l 5 ' , ' 2 f ff 'i f ,,.Q ? ' ' D Z , f QL W : ,4 5 ' f f ff Q Q ' J f I " f.- f f 9312 .f , ' ff' H "1 ' ,Aff - 4,3 aff Pj'-if:,,',,Q5a.,,-' lv ,ff , ,, 1 -.. f I M79 f V ,, .7.v. ' " 5 ,A ! 21.556, 2 . VWQQW , 'fzi f' J , 1675 I 17? , ,, fifm, "fy , f,f, " 2 122 WW, , ,, ,-ff , , M1 .f ff',l",' f 4 f 3 4 Z Z Z Q ek ? ,7 ,ffyy V,,V' , LQ. f f Y f Z GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM lst row, 11. to r. J: P. Pawlak, D. Baaso,E. Sherwood, J. Smith, B. Pierce, G. Schenburn. 2nd row: J. Phy, J. Carter, G. Schovon, D. Reece, M. Engle. 3rd row: J. Marrow, P. Chandler, P. Baumann, N. Mitchell, N. Erwin. TRACK TEAM lst row, fl. to r. J: D. King, G. Kwiatkowski, N. Pruitt, R. Niazy, J. Woods, A. Van Overmeer. 2nd row: J. Bercel, R. Evans, R. Cunningham, C. Harding, R. Bercel, C. Harding, C. Saxton. 3rd row: C. Kosarek, D. Erwin, D. McCrary, G. Warren K. Hagner, E. Hondzinski. - TENNIS TEAM 1st row, 2nd row ,V Cl. to r. J: G. Irwin, J. McCracken, B. Guzdial. R. Chandler, C. Greig, G. DeNise. s Il. X- BASEBALL TEAM lst row, fl. tor J: R. Naglit, J. 2nd row: R. Bonacorsi, H. Wilkie, Bercel, D. King, N. Godlew- ski, R. Bercel. T. Johnson, S. Rich, R. Kro- lewski, W. Reynolds. F 'f ' 1 'np-41. GOLF TEAM 1st row, fl. to r. J: C. Brown, B. Fulton, E. Karpinski 2nd row: T. Johnson, T. Raeside, D. Schmanske. 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