Lake Forest College - Forester Yearbook (Lake Forest, IL)
- Class of 1954
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LAKE FOREST, ILLINOIS
Eight semesters ago the class of 1954 entered the gates
of Lake Forest College for the first time as college students.
Four short years later they are about to go out through the
same gates, confident that they are better prepared to
face the future due to a Christian training and guidance
on the college level.
Since those first crowded days of the freshman year,
filled with frenzied studying and hectic activities, everyone
has acquired a storehouse of memories. Many of these
recollections impress us, others arouse a chuckle, some will
happily be forgotten. The FORESTER of 1954, acting as a
diary, attempts to chronicle a few of them.
As we go through life, we will become aware in an
ever increasing capacity how our hands guide, facilitate,
and accomplish many complicated taslcs. But as we loolc
baclc on our days at college, we should remember that
Lake Forest has taught us in the use of them, at work and
at play. With this idea in mind the editor proudly gives
you the FORESTER of 1954.
Robert H. Leishman
On the night ot April second tragedy struck Lake
Forest, when two ot our student body were killed in an
automobile accident. This kind ot accident is an example
ot the uncertainties ot lite which lie ahead ot everyone.
lt is with deep respect and remorse that your editor
dedicates this book to Russell Lola and Frank Brock.
NEW STUDENT WEEK COMMITTEE
I. Armbruster, I. Bruneni, R. Leishman, M. Perusse, B. Messmcm, R. FitzGeru1d.
FRESHMEN ARRIVE AMID MUCH CONFUSION AND UNCERTAINTY
After a summer of anticipation, freshman Week had finally
arrived with its assortment of baggage claim checks . . . room
assignments . . . class schedules , . . class of '57 beanies . . .
new roommates . . . the new student orientation committee
. . . beach party . . . loaters , . . levis . . . sightseeing tours
around town . . . allowances from home . . .A cafeteria lines at
Hixon , . . great expectations for a year at college.
Top Picture - ALL BECAUSE OF NO BEANIE
First Row, kneeling: S. Myers, C. Nelson. D. Larish, C. Blim.
Second Row, standing: M. Van Lcmen, V. Hicks, P. Seery, T. Olivieri, M. Newell, S. Ciorbcx
Bottom Picture - FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
E. Williams, A. Swanson, I. Hurst.
D. Souther, I. Petrzilka, S. Wolfe, S. Siorbct, R. Busscher.
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First Row: P. Hunkel, D. Klages, D. Marlin, I. Hurst, I. Peirzillca, B. Anson.
Second Row: I. McComas, A. Swanson, K. Holmgren, K. Slater, E. Long, M. Bacon, T. Hine.
T. Bailey, M. McCain, L. Maniscalco, N. Emig.
Third Row: B. Smith, I. Black, G. Belding. F. Metcalf, G. Harrofi, E. Williams, B. Iedlick.
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tETURN AND FIND MANY CHANGES IN THEIR FORESTER HOME
On September 2l, students familiar with the LF ravines,
coffee shop, and eligibility requirements, began our annual fall
migration. Upon getting to campus we were surprised to see
changes suggested by the Booze, Allen, and Hamilton efficiency
Even the upper classmen weren't prepared to find . . .
meals served on south campus . . . Commons closed . . . ad-
ministrative offices in North Hall . , . student janitor service
. . . Remsen House closed , . . Patterson, a girls' dorm . . . the
bookstore in College Hall . . . no pool room . . . Humanities
department in the Institute . . . no housemother in Bradley . . .
chapel point system . . . remodeled Coffee Shop with new
chairs and tables . . . a new green bus to replace the old "Red
Comet" . . . painless new registration procedures.
Miss Nobis' pride and joy - complete with lighted showcases.
We Are Welcomed Back . . .
THE STUDENT BODY
Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Iohnson at home.
Once trunks were emptied and books purchased, football
cheers called crowds toward Farwell Field. There the score
board, the new glassed-in pressbox, and bright football uni-
forms, all demanded special notice. At open houses after the
game we found prosperous looking old alums and wide-eyed
Before long we were once more accustomed to clanging
alarm clocks, clicking typewriters, the dormitory Hsquawk box,"
mail time, Friday afternoon at the Bob-lnn, Sunday night at the
Bowling Alley, and "study breaks" at Hall's.
Classes, too, were on our minds, for weekly quizzes kept
impressing the necessity of buying a book for each course.
lndian summer was so long' that We resumed beach parties
where they left off last spring. For the first week, the "Bowery,"
the "Black Diamond," and other traditional rush parties kept
THE COMMITTEE OF WELCOME FOR US .
the freshmen girls busy and dressed in their most impressive
outfits, The altitude of fourth floor College Hall came as a
shock to unsuspecting newcomers,
Regardless of irritating threats as assignments, require-
ments for graduation, red card lists, and financial embarrass-
ment, it was good to be back, After all Lake Forest is a pretty
nice place to be when the suntan fades . . , trees with gold-
toned leaves cover the ravines . . , it's apple cider time . . . it's
touchdown season , . . College Hall bell dismisses Friday after-
noon classes . . . serenades get contagious . . . pledge dances
begin , . . Homecoming is in the near future . . . a package
comes from home . . . the Wind gets crisp.
MISS HELEN CLARKE DR. WILLIAM DUNN
Assistant Dean of Students Dean of the College
MR. HOWARD "Hoogie" HOOGESTEGER
Decm of Students
busy as usual
LAKE FOREST COLLEGE BEGINS ITS 97TH YEAR
THE FORESTER STAFF AT WORK .
I. McComcxs, N. Emig, A. Swanson, M. Fletcher, B. Smith, E. Tong, G. Tilley.
To students looking for a job, the FORESTER furnishes
year around Work, After school closes in Iune the current
editor must stay and okay all copy, pictures, and captions, for
the printers. Once the entire "dummy" is printed, it is sent
back to the editor for final proof reading and corrections. By
the time the published yearbooks are delivered to the
FORESTER office in September, the incoming editor has done
preliminary sketches, lay-out, and cover design for the next
FOHESTER. Come September, new copy, business, and art
staffs are chosen to begin Work for the following year,
PRINTS ALL THE NEWS THAT FITS
Each week by Thursday evening at 7:00 p.m., the Stentor
galleys have been proofread. All the weeks worries ot pro-
duction are taken care of . . . interviews . . . typing . . . pictures
. . . editorials . . . ads . . . football scores . . . Garrick news
, . . chapel notices . . , intramurals . . . madrigal concert . . .
The paper comes out after our ll o'clocks and immediately
conversations about "what's in the news" are heard every-
where . . . in the Cottee Shop over a steaming bowl ot soup
. . . in the library stacks . . . in the Commons lunch line . . . on
desk at the dorm , . . in a booth at Kratft's . . . from commuting
students on the North Shore train . . . on the switchboard at
North Hall . . . on the walk in front of the quadrangles.
This year it was the able editorships of Dave Ioor and
Bonnie Messman that kept our Stentor so conversational and
M. Bacon, D. Lenters, I. Reesmcm, B. Hanson, N. Ross, R. Weigel, C. Dawson, G. Robinson.
N. Emig, K. Swenson, P. Webster. F. Metcalf, E. Cleary, S. Gissler, T. Hine, B. Sacek.
Clockwisez Bill Eckert, Barbara Bennett.
Kathy Swenson, Ioyce Stocek, Sue Mackay.
September I 9
THE FOOTBALL SEASON OPENS AND THE STANDS RING
lt's 2:30 p,rri., Saturday afternoon, Farwell Field, and warm
weather . . . the first strains of the National Anthem can be
heard 4 4 . on the field one can read the numerals on the backs
of bright red and white uniforms . . . the teams and the crowds
face the American flag . . . seconds later the l953 football
season is officially begun by the initial kick-off high into the air.
That kick-off, more than the first class, officially opened the
school year for most of us, Behind us in the crowd was the
new press box . . . you could hear the announcer breathing into
the mike as he expectantly awaited the referee's signal . . .
the little boy beside us had mustard on his mouth and pop corn
in his hand . . . a follower of the Beloit team kept yelling "down
Without a doubt, fall was here and this football game was
the place to be.
The Football Season y
FORESTERS SHOW THEIR VIM, VIGCR AND VITALITY
BUT FIND WHEATON TOO MUCH: END UP SECOND IN
Third Row: W. Schlinkmcm. P. Wilson, I. St. George, A. Grundberg, R. Busscher, F. Gcrrlock, R. Iones, S. Gissler, R. Euhcmks, Wal
Fo :th Row: G. Andrews, R. Loh. K. Kcxrge, I. Wolf, S. Siremple, I. Wilson, G. Belding, W. F utsch, W. Ioor.
A. Grundberg, F. Garlock,
Redding, C. Walsh,
Siorto, D. Iohnson,
R. Iones, I. Deiiz.
lones. R. Burns, G.
Parker, W. Ioor.
Sterling, Iones, and Deitz
keep their eyes on the CCI
IIOST FORESTERS ENGROSSED IN BOOKS, BEANIES, AND BLEACHERS
When Ed Williams took off for the goal line, the crowd seemed to be running along with him.
CHI OMEGA FIELD HOCKEY CHAMPIONS
First Row: L. Iohnson, I. Marlcwalder, A. Page, D. Larish, P. Macke. N. Austerman. E
Second Row: D. Hunsche, I. Garrity, I. Brow, I. Kay, P. Perley, P. Seary.
PARENTS' DAY COMMITTEE
Seated: R. Boduch, I. Shikami, E. Perusse, I. Schncxitman, P. Maclce, I. Bergman.
Standing: H. DeFouw, L. Iohnson, R. Leishman, M. Perusse.
MOMS AND DADS GET AN INSIDE VIEW OF COLLEGE LIFE
Panhellenic RULERS OF THE GREEK
Although the freshman Women Were very Welcome on
campus, they received a 'lcold shoulder" from upperclass
women. The Panhellenic Council had put closed rush in effect
as soon as upperclassmen returned to campus. But, Oh, the
Party settings ranged from barroom scenes to oriental
gardens . . . attire varied from jeans to little girl dresses . . .
refreshments began with foaming root beer and ended with
the most cerernonious tea service . . , entertainment included
skits by actives and serenades by fraternity brothers.
Then, the bids were picked up and sorority and dorm living
settled down to normal. Once pledge classes were organized
Iunior Panhellenic representatives were chosen to discuss
functions in which they take part as pledges, Senior Pan-
hellenic evaluated the rushing period it had just supervised
and set about to draw up rules and regulations for Courtesy
Sealed on floor: C. Dawson, D. Lenters, M. Perusse, L. Schubert.
Back Row: S. Stanley. G. Robinson, I. Kees, M. Frownfelter, V. Swanton L McBroom
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vieri, T. Peiper, P. Macke.
I. Bruneni, M. Amaden.
Homecoming Queen . , , Most Typical Cfirl , . 4 Lettermen's
Queen . . . Forester Day Queen . 4 . Variety Show Trophy for
"Five Americans in Paris' ',,. Forester Day and Girls' Sports
Sweepstakes . . 4 Baseball, Volleyball, and Hockey trophies . . .
Pledge painting at Lake Bluff Qrphanage 4 . . Flapper Party
. . . Filet Mignon at Citros Club . , . Pi Alpha Chi Award . . .
Two in Who's Who . . . Bowery Party.
Souvenir Chi Q mugs from the Bowery party are exhibited
on bulletin boards all over campus. At this rush party, with a
barroom scene and informal atmosphere, future Chi Q pledges
were entertained. ln October the new pledges were honored
at the pledge dinner-dance at Citros. ln February painting
the Lake Bluff Qrphanage was the Courtesy Day project.
Pat Macke, Iackie Bruneni were presidents of WAA and
Fits! Row: C. Wouters, D. Lurish, I. Kay, L. Boger.
Second Row: N. McKinney. L. Baker, S. Filips, I. Garrity,
Third Row: I. Crawford, D. Hunsche, I. Mcrrkwcxlder.
M. Roth, G. Galecki, M. VcmLc1nen. M. Cczstellenet.
Fourth Row: L. Iohnson, I. Anderson, M. Fletcher,
I. Pleva. I
I. Brow, A. Page, P. Seery, M. Biifrich, S. Boccacio,
C. Dawson, B. Olson,
S. Stanley fpresidentl..
R. Bodach, M. Robertson,
Gamma Phi Beta
V.P. of Freshman Class . . . Homecoming Queen of St. Iohn
College . . , Food Committee chairman . . . Delta Chi Sweet-
heart . . . Chairman of FQBESTEB Dance . . . Prom Queen
. . . Kappa Alpha initiate . . . WSGA president . . . McPherson
Prize . . , Best Garrick actress award . . . Who's Who . . , Sopho-
more class treasurer . . . Alpha Lamb award , . . Pi Alpha Chi
award . . . finalist in lane Forester contest . . . Phi Delt Sweet-
heart . . . Assistant Editor of FQBESTEB , . . lnterlrat Sing.
During football season, Mopsey Bergman was selected
Homecoming Queen ot St, lohn College, Winona, Minnesota.
May 22, at Ir. Prom, Cynthia Dawson was coronated.
Barbara Qlson, co-director ot the variety show and winner
ot the Cfarrick best actress award, directed the Gamma Phi's
as they sang "Greensleeves" and "Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater"
to win the lnterirat Sing.
Seated: S. Shirley, L. Klier, U. Etnyre, B. Hansen,
A. Ioslyn, D. Del'-'ouw, B. Olson, R. Bodach, K. Sla-
ter, D. Davis, K. Holmgren, M. Bacon, N. Adams.
Standing: M. Robertson, G. Larson, I.. McBroom, I. Bo-
hannon, M. Anderson, I. Stocek, M. MacNeal.
S. Peterson, T. Bahr, C. Dawson, M. Decker.
C. Hempstead, E. Perusse, D. Calder, S. Stanley.
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Alpha Xi Delta
Kappa Alpha initiate . , . Pi Alpha Chi president , . . Whos
Who , . . Garriclc president . , . best character actress . . , Gar-
rick's best supporting actress award . . , Courtesy Day service
projectg work at Beacon Neighborhood House . , , pizza party
. . . pie eating contest . . . pancakes with Kappa Sig . . , bowling
trophy . . A new WSGA president . . . alum tea and white ele-
phant sale . . . annual Parents' Day dinner . . . junior piano
recital . . , pledge scholarship winner,
On "Courtesy Day," the Alpha Xi Delta pledges went to
the Beacon Neighborhood House in Chicago, They donated
their services, and were entertained by the neighborhood
children who congregate there, After a day of hard work the
pledges were ready for the big dinner they enjoyed at the
Kungsholm Swedish restaurant.
Nancy Witt, Gail Olson, and Gail Robinson are all recipi-
ents of Garrick recognitions.
econd Row: M. Thompson, C. Fcxwthrop, L. Erlcmdson.
C. Blim, I.. Mowcxt, G. Olson.
irs! Row: N. Hammond. C. Burr, B. Iohnson, I. Skcxrbeck.
lzird Row: D. Souther, P. Webster, A. Bitter. G. Novak,
C. Seaman, N. Ross, B. Vellingcx.
L. Krohne, R. Robaska,
D. Anderson, M. Frown-
felter, V. Swanton Kpresi-
A graduate with honors . . . winner of the Emma O. Haas
. . . initiate and secretary of Kappa Alpha . . . McPherson Prize
tor excellence in scholarship in English . . . Homecoming trophy
tor best sorority float . . , Homecoming plague for best store
decorations , , . Secretary and student director oi Garrick . . .
President oi newly created chapter ot Alpha Psi Omega . . .
secretary ot WAA . . . "French Quarter in New Orleans" . . .
Sweatheart oi Tau Kappa Epsilon . . , Panhellenic president
. . . washed cars for campus chest project . . . First semester
rush theme was "Alpha Phi Dolls throughout the World".
The Alpha Phi float, a giant orchid in a transparent box,
Won first place in the Homecoming parade. The pledge dinner
was at the Rustic Manor, and the dance was at the Marine Room
in the Edgewater Beach.
man, L. Pence.
Second Row: B. Stahl, F. Kcxre, P. Tenies, R. Parkinson
I. Anderson, P. Clark, B. Hanson.
Third Row: B. New, P. Srp.
First Row: Couvcll. I. DeBernardino, I. Kees, P. Sed
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Alpha Delta Pi I.
Stentor editor . . , award winners for excellence in scholar-
ship . . . basketball trophy . . . Who's Who . . . scholarship cup
for second consecutive year . . . successive presidency of Kappa
Alpha . , . an Alpha Lambda Delta initiate . . . vice-president
ot WSGA . . . chairman ot religious emphasis Week and RAC l
. . . Pledge dance at Belden-Stratford Hotel . . . calendar skit -
. . . A D Pi-Phipe Hawaiian Party . . . senior luncheon at the
Deerpath . . . "Garbage Dump" booth on Forester Day . . . lf
Incoming president ot WAA.
With the highest grade point average of all the sororities, 3
A D Pi Won the scholarship for the second consecutive year.
This is also their second year to win the WAA basketball l
tournament. N .
At the WSGA-WAA banquet, it was announced that a
Kathy Swenson and Louise Behlen were president ot WAA and 1 I
vice-president of WSGA, respectively.
Bonnie Messman, first semester Stentor editor, succeeds i'
Eva Karpowicz as president of Kappa Alpha. 1
Seated on floor: G. McGrew, I. Laird, M. Wolfe, M. Way.
E. Unti, T. Bailey, R. Keller, B. Bennett.
Seated on chairs: I. Reesman, M. Hammond, S. Myers, , ,
A. Panas, C. Bushell, L, Behlen, M. Frantik, t
K. Swenson, P. Robson, S. Mackay. gl
Standing: C. Shefte, I. Tiifany, Y. Gianopolis, P. Howe,
L. Cairns, L. Schubert, C. Stevens, D. Lenters. I
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"TI-IE PLAY'S THE THING IS THB
THE GARRICK PLAYERS .
I. Kees. M. Bergman, Iohn Converse fdirectorl, N. Hammond, B. Sunday, G. Olson, N. Vvlitt,
L. Mowat, B. Olson, G. Robinson, I. Iellerson, L. Ell-tin, I. Iolmson, C. Demos, M. Decker.
I. Stocek, T. leffreys.
"The Glass Menagerie" . . . "Arsenic and Old Lace" . . .
"Land ot Oz" . . . "The Ghost of Mr. Penny" . . . "Mornings at
Seven" . . . "A Murder has been Arranged." ,
The above titles of l953-54 productions will long recall
memories tor Garrick and Childrens Theater members, For
many stage Veterans these titles Will remind them of their star-
ring roles. Newcomers to the theater will remember backstage
work on sets, lighting, properties, costumes, make-up, cues, and
At the annual Garrick Awards Banquet active members
and new pledges met tor an initiation ceremony, at which time
the Garrick Club was dissolved. This group became the Nu
Sigma chapter of Alpha Psi Omega, a national dramatic tra-
ternity. Following the initiation ceremony and a smorgasbord
dinner, "Oscars" were awarded to the best actresses and actors.
Retiring president, Les Hinderyckx, lett the gavel for a major
role in a Broadway hit.
IOTIVATING FORCE BEHIND THIS GROUP
The Garrick Season opens and Nancy Hammond and Ken Langhoil are ready for the rush for iickeis.
Pictured below are the Garrick Players in Action. They produce several college plays each year and provide irav-
eling children's iheater shows.
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INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
T. Bcrrtels, R. Iones, R. Boches, I. Bczrthelmy Kpresidentb, Dean Hoogestegez, P. Lcrumcrn,
C. Walsh, K. LcrPlc.mt, A. Renzetti, D. Ioor.
THE INTERFRATERNITY COUNCIL INTRODUCES "RUSH
Walkdown . . . kissing ceremony . . . fraternity songs . . .
sorority serenades , . . exchange of gifts . . . informal smokers
. . . "A Toast to Our Brother" . . . Glen Flora Country Club . . .
loe Petrini's music.
The lnterfraternity Council, a governing body of fraternity
activities, is composed of the president and one representative
from each fraternity on campus.
By November 4, the day of the Walkdown, the rules and
regulations of rushing and pledging had been set up by this
group. And as bids were picked up by rushees, lohn Bar-
thelmy, president of the Council, stood at the top of the steps
in the Institute to direct new pledges to their brothers.
The annual Interfraternity Dance Was held by brothers of
the five Greek fraternities at the Glen Flora Country Club.
Ralph Boches is the incoming president of this inter-Greek
A pajama breakfast . . . freshman orientation committee
chairman . . . junior class president . . . chairman of college day
. . . president of lnterfraternity Council . . . sophomore class
president . . . FORESTER editor . . , business managers of the
STENTOR and FORESTER . . . Student Congress treasurer . . .
vice-president and treasurer of the junior class . . . Variety Show
Winners . . . Coffee Shop Quiz champs . , . victors of top For-
ester Day honors and house decorations . . . Lettermen's Award
for excellence in scholarship.
On April 2, the annual Spring Formal was held in the Tropi-
cal Room of the Sheraton Hotel. The girls were provided With
orchids, animals, et al.
The winnings Variety Show skit, "A French Lesson," was
a Chi 0-Kappa Sig collaboration. The skit opened with an
original song with Words and music by Thelma Pieper. The
plot Was based on the tour of five Americans to typical Paris
art colonies, and cafes.
On Forester Day, Greg Belding split a rail in l5 seconds.
ln front of the Kappa Sigma house was a very authentic looking
shanty complete to its own "out house" and bootleg jug. Suc-
cess in these and other competitive events clinched a share in
the Forester Day sweepstakes.
Scichilx R Krohn
Andrews R Gawrys
Walker R Hagmeyer
W. Bunge R F1tzGerald
First Row, sealed on floor: P. Runkel, I. Petrzilkcx
R. Scrcek, D. Klcxges.
Second Row, on floor: H. Scheele, I. Macdonell,
I. Wilson, T. Negley, I. Black.
Sealed on chairs: I. Burthelmy, G. Bickel, W. Morris
W. Redding, T. Berry, G. Ederer, R. Weigel:
T. Hine, G. Belding, D. Swank, I. Siremple.
Sfanding: G. Porier, R. Bridell, W. Smiih, F. Metcalf,
I. Weimer, I. Hcmsen, I. Mayo, A. Osborne
G. Weimer, R. Innes, R. Metzger.
Sealed on floor, lirs! row: E. Cleary, T. Bcxlistreri, R. Shu-
lelt, B. Server, R. Durphy, W. Mcmzon, I. Pcxiton
Sealed on floor, second tow: I. Simonecxu, C. Wilson
I. St. George, S. Gissler, S. Goldman, M. Pon-
tcxrelli, C. Walsh.
Seated on chairs: D. Feeney, H. Server, R. Kleim
B. While, A. Espinoscr, E. Williams, C. Demos
M. Dau, R. Heying, A. Renzeiti.
Slanding: L. Boyd, A. Goebel, I. Deitz, I. McDonough
I. Gray, R. Burkholder, G. Aurand.
A. Espinosa, A. Goebel
fpresidentl, C. Demos.
Standing: I. Patton, D.
Durphy, S. Gissler.
Phi Pi Epsilon
Student Congress president . . . campus mailman , 4 . all-
conference football star . . . winner of Homecoming float . 4 ,
winners of the Forester Day beard Contest , , . tie for Forester
Day sweepstakes . . . winners of lnterfraternity Sing . . . chair-
man of Centennial Commission . , , incoming vice-president of
Student Congress , , . lron Key initiate , . . president of Letter-
men's Club . . . Hawaiian Holiday party with A D Pi . . . co-
captain of football team . . , incoming Homecoming and Campus
Chest chairman . . . head of O K. Enterprises , . , William Bross
Scholarship . . . Hans W. Rasmussen Scholarship . , , lohn E.
On Forester Day the judges agreed that three Phipe men
had the best beards on campus. In addition to individual vic-
tories, the Phi Pi E's shared a three-way tie with Kappa Sigma
and Delta Chi for the sweepstakes.
With a jungle theme for their parade entry, the Phipes
won the blue ribbon prize for their float.
This spring Bill Manzon, newly chosen lron Key man, di-
rected his fraternity brothers to the lnterfraternity Sing trophy.
Homecoming this fall will be under the leadership of
George Aurand, new president of Phi Pi. One of his prede-
cessors, Al Renzetti, is retiring Student Congress president.
Iron Key . . . freshman scholarship trophy . . . highest ave-
rage in junior class . . , football captain . . . basketball captain
. . . most valuable player on basketball team . . . Campus Chest
and Student Center chairman . . . Forester Day sweepstakes
tie . . . Homecoming chairman , . . co-chairman ot Publicity de-
partment . . . Student Congress president . . . lunior Prom king
. . , Forester Day chairman . . . president of Lettermen's Club . . .
"Dunk-a-Delt" stand on Forester Day . . . Roman party with
Chi O . . . sandwich man . . . diving and swimming champion
. . . all four senior class offices . , . prizes tor booth and tags on
Forester Day . . . second consecutive win ot lntrarnural sweep-
Campus chairmanships were a Delta Chi specialty this
year. ln the senior class the president, vice-president, secre-
tary, and treasurer, all hail from the Delt house.
Norm Crarnpton, chairman ot Homecoming, served as co-
chairman of Publicity this year. K
ln athletics, the house provided two varsity captains, many
active participants, and letter winners. This is the second
spring for the Delts to possess the Intramural crown.
Equipped with his heavy beard, Danny Sayles supervised
the Forester Day activities on May 12.
Phil Laurnon, president elect ot Student Congress, is a
popular visitor in the dormitories as the "sandwich man."
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D. Sayles, R. Felgen
T. Oliver, B. Sir, K.
Seated on floor: I. Armbruster, R. Sierra, A. Wessberg,
I. Schofield, M. Peacock.
Seated on chairs: I. Woodman, A. Cogswell. K. Lindsay,
R. Hodcxpp. T. Roller, I. Block, W. Blessing, D. Viso-
votte. C. Nier. L. Day, G. Cain, D. Iohnson.
Slcmding: L. Cord, I. Schnaitmcxn, P. Lczuman, P. Kelly.
Seated on floor: D. Swcmson, I. Lake, M. Radar,
Sealed on chairs: L. Miller, D. MacDonald, D. Eickhoif,
F. Engstrom, G. Wilcox, W. Rediske, G. Waterfall
I. Hurst, L. Zajkowski, I. Schmitt, W. Ioor, R. Bere-
man, I. O'Keefe.
Sfcmding: W. Eckert, N. Iohnson, T. Bartels, D. Smith.
T. Burtels resident
D. Swanson, W. Eckert,
Phi Deffa Theta
Typical boy . . . Freshman class president and treasurer
. . . Phi Eta Sigma trophy . . . soloists and madrigal members . . .
Stentor editor . . 4 sports editor ot Stentor . . . incoming chairman
ot the lntertraternity Sing . . . South Sea lslands Party . . .
White Christmas tormal chairman-elect . . . Sophomore treas-
urer . . . l954-55 junior class president and vice-president . . .
Phi Eta Sigma president . . . co-chairman ot the Publicity
Department . . . recipient ot top CCl basketball recognition . . .
Who's VVho . . . mud slinging booth on Forester Day , . . swim
party at Michigan Shores . . . first man on the tennis team.
First semester Dave loor, Typical contest Winner, was
Stentor editor. Dave Ioor and Ierry Patterson are both lron
Key men. Ierry, Phi Eta Sigma president, is co-chairman ot the
This year the Phi Delt South Sea lslands Party was a Cam-
pus Chest party. Coconuts, a Waterfall, grass skirts, and sa-
rongs created the island atmosphere.
At election time this spring the Phi Delt ticket included
the Winning candidates for junior class president and vice-
Next year loe Schmitt will be head ot the lnterfraternity
Sing. White Christmas formal chairman is Lee Miller.
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Recipient ot men's scholarship cup . . . director ot college
Placement Bureau . . . Whos Who . . . pledge dance at the
Patrician Club , . . Red Carnation Festival . . . Roaring Twenties
party . . . party for Alpha Xi . . . S100 Dream Date night . . .
dinner for two . . . the Chez Paree , . . Fleetwood Cadillac . . .
chaufier . , . "Me and Iuliet" . . . speakers at "This I Believe"
chapel . . . president of the lntertraternity Council . . . senior
advisor ot Phi Eta Sigma . . . vice-president of Pi Alpha Chi . . .
madrigal singer . . . Carrick members . . . all-conference toot-
ball team members . . . varsity basketball . . . Student Center
manager . . . technical advisor ot summer theater,
Iim Shikami, 1953-54 Placement Bureau director, was in-
ducted into Whos Who. I-le, Chuck Sterling, and Samuel
Abramson Were "This I Believe" speakers.
lim Ietterson, Tom Ietfreys, Ron Voigt have been active in
Garrick and are now charter members of Alpha Psi Omega.
Chuck Sterling and Reece Iones were chosen members ot
the CCI all-conference football team. Iames Shikami played
Ralph Boches, senior advisor ot Phi Eta Sigma, is next
year's Interlraternity Council prexy.
The S100 Dream Date rattle furnished the Winning couple
with an ideal evening "on the town."
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S. Gerber, D. Haviland,
R. Boches, R. Iones
Kpresidentl, I. Ieiierson.
Sealed on floor: K. Langhoff, R. Boches, I. Graves
K. Welker, W. Frink, G. Macardle.
Seated on chairs: C. Sterling, S. Gerber, R. Rosenberg
S. Abramson, M. Rosen, T. Ieffreys, D. Beckwith
Standing: C, Luiz, G, Hanson, I. Iacobsen, R. Iones
B. Schmiti, I. Shikami, D. Chestnutt, I. Ielferson
GOVERNING GROUP TO OVERSEE CAMPUS ACTIVITIES
C. Sterling, vice-president:
B. Olson, recording secre-
tary: B. Messman, corre-
sponding secretary: A. Ren-
zetti, president: E. Walker,
This year under the leadership of president Al Renzetti,
the student governing council made many changes. The most
easily recognized of these changes is the name, Student Con-
gress, formerly Student Council.
The suggestion that a campus recreation center Was
needed resulted in the Student Congress opening Hixon Hall
on Week-ends for hamburgers . . . ice cream sundaes . . . juke
box music . . . ping pong . . . dancing . . . milk shakes . . . Card
Another project resulting from the Congress' attempt to
improve "the Welfare of the student body and the college,"
Was the sponsorship oi Week-end dances.
Returns from the Student Congress elections this spring,
indicate that Phil Lauman will be next year's president.
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Sealed: I. Pcmu, I. Kay, L. Iohnson, I. Anderson, I. Snow.
Standing: D. Sayles, R. Robcxska, I. Patton, R. Grundberg, R. Leishmcm, P. Laumcm, D. Ioor
G. Robinson, E. Unti, C. Demos.
Qctober 24 . . .
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t HOMECOMING COMMITTEE
i Sealed: N. Crompton lchuirmanl. M. Hare. B. Barthel, P. Howe, I. Bergman, I. Kees,
'I E. Perusse. P. Macke, B. Olson.
Standing: G. Bickel, R. Renzetti, I. Bcxrthelmy, H. Scheele. R. Grundberg, P. Lcxuman, T. Bartels,
I. Lake, W. Eckert, I.. Day, Mr. Keller, G. Aurand.
. Badges . . . balloons . . . red and black . . . Homecoming
i dance . , . bonfire . . . bids . . . winning floats . . . store decora-
, tions . . . house decorations . . . crepe paper rosettes . . . Curtiss
Candy Company horses . . , open houses . . . Queen Iacque . . .
I returning alums . 4 . movie cameras . . . the meeting of two
I teams previously undefeated in conference play . . . snake
On Homecoming all attention was focused on LFC. There
were alums from all over the country, an opposing team from
5 Wheaton, and a cannibal-inspired winning float.
From the snake dance and sock hop to the Homecoming
dance with bids, the week-end of Homecoming was one of
excited activity. I
From six queen contestants lacque Bruneni was chosen to
reign over the events of the big day.
From the nineteen units of the Homecoming parade the
Phipe and Alpha Phi floats were chosen the two best entries.
ACK FOR HOMECOMING 1953 STYLE
THE QUEEN AND HER COURT
Lynn Mowat. Ioan Cady, Queen Iacque Bruneni, ludy Kees.
Homecoming . . .
A DAY COMPLETE WITH PARADE, FOOTBALL. AND DANCE
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Chest Roman Party Below IS the Kappa S1gma annual Alumni-Faculty turkey dinner.
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THE DEBATE TEAM
Seated: Dr. Robert Martin, M. Perusse, L. Iohnson.
Standing: W. Bunge. R. Hagmeyer, R. FitzGerald, H. Scheele, L. Cord.
Meeting the challenge of tournaments and beating cham-
pions afforded the Lake Forest debaters a busy season.
Debate this year was on the national question, "Resolved,
that the United States adopt a policy of free trade." Considera-
tion of this problem from various angles Was the job of Ron
Hagmeyer-Henry Scheele, Margot Perusse-Rusty FitzGerald,
and Leigh Cord-Bill Bunge.
North Central, University of Illinois, Wheaton, Northern
lllinois, Loyola, St. Thomas, and Minnesota are among the
Women 's Self Government
Every Monday afternoon WSGA board members pass
judgment on phrases familiar to them . . . "Couldn't make con-
nections . . . line busy when I tried to phone in . . . had a flat tire
. . . 'campus' postponed . . . delayed North Shore . . . dorm clock
was fast . . . l thought the rules said this . . . it got so late so fast,
At Christmas the WSGA gives a party for the children at
Ridge Farm. A jolly Santa fDon Storto this yearl distributes
presents to the children.
This spring the annual WSGA formal Was held at the
Georgian Hotel in Evanston.
Iust prior to final exams WSGA and WAA present their
annual banquet. This year chicken and home made rolls
preceded the installation of new officers and the awarding of
SOCIAL DICTATORS PROSECUTE MINUTE MAKERS
Sealed on floor: P. Macke, I. Bruneni, I. Laird, L. Cairns.
Second Row: B. Messmcm, L. Behlen, E. Unti, B. Smith, B. Burthel
S. Sicmley, G. Tilley, G. Robinson.
THE STUDENT CENTER COMMITTEE
R. Robaska, R. Iones, B. Vellingu, D. Sayles Kchairmanl, C. Shefte, R. FitzGe-rald.
Student Center Committee
The two paramount efforts of the Student Center Commit-
tee, the Coffee Shop Quizzes and the lnterfraternity Sing, re-
quire much detailed planning.
The questions in the Coffee Shop Quiz, fired by quizmaster
Bob Leishman, are from five categories, Competing teams
should be well versed in music, current events, history, litera-
ture, and sports. ln the first round brother-sister organizations
oppose each other, The victor teams of the first round com-
pete until only one team remains undefeated.
This year Kappa Sigma Won the student quiz cup, but
bowed to the faculty in a post-contest meet.
After Weeks of practice and securing uniform attire, the
sorority and fraternity songsters were ready for the lnterfrater-
nity Sing. For days before the sing We observed A D Pi's col-
lecting pink and blue formals. The Alpha Phi's were busy
sewing matching lavender skirts and blouses.
By curtain time, all the groups were dressed, poised, and
in harmony . . . two hours later the Phipe and Gamma Phi Win-
ners had been announced.
Placement Bureau Director Iim Shikami and Margot Perusse seem busy on Contact Day
Employment obtainable at the Placement Bureau ranges
from leaf raking to in-service training for future executives.
Undergraduate part time work and postegraduate placement
are additional dimensions of the Placement Bureaus functions.
Thanks to Booze, Allen, and Hamilton, the bureau is cur-
rently located in North Hall, and finds communication with the
administrative offices much more effective than previously. ln
browsing around we found publications and other pertinent
data concerning training and qualifications essential to almost
every type of employment.
A bureau-sponsored Careers Conference acquainted in-
terested students with specific vocational fields. This conference
served as a preliminary introduction to Contact Day. Unlike
the Careers Conference, Contact Day dealt with individual
firms and positions instead of the generalized occupational
During the year the Placement Bureau is informed of many
routine job openings. There are, however, many jobs that
come in that would meet specific needs, ln this latter group are
Arden Shore jobs which particularly appeal to fellows with
cars and an interest in children. Opportunities for foreign lan-
guage majors to do tutoring are occasionally available.
THE FOOD COMMITTEE
C. Walsh. B. Hanson, D. Lenters. E. Cocallcrs, N. Emig, W. Ioor,
G. Robinson, R. FitzGercxld, T. Olivieri, I. Bergman, I. Armbruster.
The announcement that Commons was opening was a
dream come true - our long hikes to Hixon were over. Go-
ing for our first meal, we found that a new milk dispensary, rest
rooms, shiny double deck carts, a new dishwasher, and coun-
ters had been installed.
The change from family to cafeteria style provided a
greater selection of food. Red trays proved more popular than
brown, and the unlimited supply of milk appealed to growing
RELIGIOUS ACTIVITY COUNCIL
On Steps: S. Abramson. I. O'Keefe, I. Block, Don McConnell, G. Hcmson, L. Behlen lchairmcxnl,
B. Hanson, B. Vellinga, I. Reesmun, M. Fletcher, I. Warner, W. Rediske.
BRINGS TOGETHER ALL PHI-XSES OF STUDEN
M. Rake, F. Metcalf, V. Ricks, B. Bunkhecrd.
"What is Religious Faith?" was the opening question of
Religious Emphasis Week. Under the guidance of Louise
Behlen, the RAC planned an entire week of activities through
which numerous facets of religion were considered.
Guest speakers for the Week were representative of various
faiths. Among the approaches used to give the student loody a
fuller understanding of the religious movement were coffee
hour discussions, speeches to interested class groups, meetings
with sorority and fraternity groups, seminars on the relation of
literature and art to religion, and noontime concerts featuring
AND SOCIAL TRAINING
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S. Boccciccio. R. Krohn, R. Hcxgmeyer, M. Perusse, N. McKinney, D. Huncshe, I. Macdonnell
T. Ieffreys, D. Sciaki, D. Docm, I.. Boger, D. Leniers. D. Davis.
SOPHOMORES IN ACTION
Top: Bill Manzon hits the books and iesi tubes in the Chem Lab. Left: Margot Perusse, Hank Scheele, and Ron
Hagmeyer, colleagues in debate. Right: Ioyce Stocek, Sue Shirey, and Myrna Anderson await iheir "enhance"
for the Variety Show.
IN THE MINDS OF EVERYONE . BASKETS, GOALS . VICTORIE
The doors to the Field House are open - the basketball season is under way.
Two minutes left . . . silent crowd . . . free throw . . . ball
snaps from Oliver's hands . . . every eye follows the arc of the
ball . . . a swish through the net . . . then another lucky shot . . .
but Augustana's lead increases to four . . . seconds remaining
. . . Ioe Koonce whips one in and ties the score . . . the clock
runs out . , . and the Red hustles to an overtime victory.
Fifth season Wally Lemm, joined by seven veteran letter-
men, coached a season to be proud of. From the first warm-up
of the season to shower time after the last game with Wheaton,
the Forester five were ready for any Challenge. Netting a rec-
ord of ten wins and ten defeats against all competition, the
Big Red compiled a 7-5 mark in the CCI. We ended the season
in fourth place in the conference, only three games off pace.
Captain "Tall" Paul Oliver broke his own old record for
one season when he amassed 450 points in the l953-54 cam-
paign. The Lake Forester and Paul's teammates chose him
most valuable player. Last year's winner of the Lake Forester
contest is Art Grundberg, 1952-53 captain.
R. Eickhofi, F. Engstrom, M, Peacock, P, Kelly, E. Williams, K. Lindsay, R. Iones, P. Oliver,
A. Osborne, E. Cocullas, T. Banks, G. Cain, G. Waterfall, Walt Lemm Ccocxchl.
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I. Macdonell, I. Kay, H. Renzetti, I. Bergman. G. Weimer fchairman D, L. Mowat, D. Sayles, I. Cady, P. Seaman
lust as We were realizing that winter was here to stay,
George Weimer and his committee distributed posters which
announced: "The Snow Fling' ',.. Itasca Country Club . . .
lohnny Palmer's ten-piece orchestra . . . vocalist . . . program
bids . . , surprise favors . . . Santa Claus.
The White Christmas Formal, this year as always, marked
our tormal introduction to the annual round of mistletoe, carol-
ing, and eggnog.
WE WELCOME our
Seated: G. Gczlecki, B. Iohnson,
I. Wilson, I. Mcxrkwcrlder, T. Hine,
P. Clark, B. Bennett.
Stan ding: I. McComr.xs.
Final exam week . , . last minute cramming , . . blasting
juke box . . . students bundled in sweaters and scarves . . .
tired faces . . . chiming coffee cups , . , discorded notes . . . books
underlined from cover to cover . . . clanging cash register . . .
cigarette butts . . . pencil shavings.
Then, semester break left the Coffee Shop deserted. There
were no half empty coffee cups . . . no toast crusts in sight. The
pressure was over. The juke box was nickelless. The cash
register and coffee cups were silent.
lust as suddenly as the Coffee Shop had emptied, it was
brimming full again. And with the crowd came new noise -
about registration, transfers, and freshmen.
.W STUDENTS AS THE NEW SEMESTER BEGINS
Newcomers, February '54
WOMEN ATHLETES? W'E'VE GOT PLENTY
Sports chairmen, captains, point earners, goalies, guards,
ping pong champs, bowlers, and WAA officers all met at Com-
mons for the annual banquet to celebrate the end of WAA
activities for another year.
At this time the announcement of new officers was greeted
with cheers from the girls present, Retiring officers nervously
ripped open the envelopes containing the names of their suc-
cessors. They soon discovered that Kathie Swenson would be
the l954-55 president. Lynn Iohnson, Rosanna Robaska and
Maryl Whipple were charged with the responsibilities of vice-
president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively.
This year's sweepstakes trophy was won by Chi Omega,
the sorority which ranked first place in the competitive sports.
At the banquet other trophies, letters, and sweaters were
awarded to the teams and individuals who had been victors in
their respective sports.
This school year twenty-eight new members were initiated
into WAA. Ceremonies were conducted by president, Pat
One event sponsored by WAA was a co-ed swim party at
the Waukegan Stunt diving by lack Woodman was
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Standing: G. Bickel.
WOES OF THE WORLD ARE DISCUSSED
l'op Picture: Alpha Xi Bowlers. G. Novak, A. Brown, I.. Earlcmdson, M. Whipple, P. Webster.
Bottom Picture: Miss Smith gives cx few pointers in golf to cx tew oi the LFC linlrsters.
Housemothers have many mutual problems . . . minutes
. . . Warnings , . . house meetings . . . desk duty . , . sickness in
the dormitory . . . chronic noisemakers , . . people who take
showers after hours . , . homesick girls . . , llth hour calls for
overnight permissions . . , adopted kittens and puppies.
But at 3 or 4 am., most of these mutual problems call for
individual solutions by each housemother, as Mrs. Soderberg,
Mrs. Ingram, and Mrs. Harris, Well know.
Top Left: Mrs. Harris of Alice Lodge. Top Right: Mrs. Ingram, housemother at Ecxst House. Bottom: Mrs. Soderburg
of Lois answers one oi the many questions asked of her. ,
ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA
L. Iohnson, U. Etnyre, N. Adams.
B. Messman, D. Lenters, A. Bitter.
FEMALE FORESTERS VIE F OR ALPHA LAMBDA MEMBERSHIP
Alpha Lambda Delta, the national freshman women's hon-
orary fraternity on campus, requires a 2.5 average of its initi-
ates. Arlene Bitter, Elsa Vanoni, lane Beeseman, Ioyce Brow,
and Nancy Adams became new wearers of Alpha Lambda's
Phi Eta Sigma fraternity for freshmen men awarded gold
keys to its new members following their initiation. lt, like Alpha
Lambda Delta, requires a very high scholastic average.
Biology majors who maintain a high average in all fields
are eligible for membership in Tri-Beta. This honorary fra-
ternity provides further activities for future biologists. At the
TRI BETA AND PHI ETA SIGMA HONOR SCHOLARS
science open-house, Beta Beta Beta cooperated with other
science focused groups as the Chemistry Club, Sigma Pi Sigma,
and the psychology department, to put on an excellent exhibit.
Among the displays directly relating to biology was a chick
embryo in which the heart beat could be detected, and the toot
ot a frog placed under a microscope to illustrate circulation.
Next year's Tri-Beta president, George Aurand, drew a
chart of the human circulatory system and compared it to
circulation in a cat. -
BETA BETA BETA MEMBERS
Seated on floor E Stacy M Fmton M. Reed.
Seated on chairs B Smith L Schubert, E. Perusse, E. Bryant. P. Seaman. P. Cole. Dr. Lineburg.
Standing Mr Sharer R Auth G Andrews, D. Bradley, W. Manzon, D. Austin.
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I. Patterson, R. Boches, G. Andrews, H. Larsen, W. Mcmzon
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AND, THUS. WE CONTINUE WITH OUR DIARY .
THE LETTERMEN'S CLUB
First Row: I. Hurst, G. Bickel, G. Waterfall.
Standing: D. Eickhoff, C. Walsh, R. Heying, W. Redding. I. Weimer, G. Parker, A. Renzeitti.
R. Scichili, E. Williams, E. Cocczllas, R. Gawrys.
CHOOSE SHIRLEY BOCCACCIO QUEEN . . SPONSOR FOLLIES
Black caps initialed with "LF" and Lettermerfs jackets be-
came the official outfit of the Lettermen's Club. Composed of
athletic letter Winners, the group has a lounge in the field house
which is decorated with the red and black Forester colors,
The new members, athletes receiving their first letter,
worked with the veteran lettermen to plan the Lette-rmen's
Follies. Iokes and burlesques were the hallmark of this pro-
duction, The Follies were followed by a dance at which the
Winners of the Lettermen's queen Contest was announced.
This year marked the revision of the group's by-laws and
A twin bill of entertainment came to campus on the Let-
termen's Bandwagon. First off the basketball centers, the
football quarterbacks, and baseball outfielders got together to
present a star-studded production, "A Lettermans Dream."
After the show, Chuck Nier's band set the tempo for the
Letterrnen's dance at l-lixon. From the fifteen original candi-
dates for Lettermens queen, the group had been diminished
to four finalists. Climaxing the festivities of the l.ettermen's
evening was the Coronation of Shirley Boccaccio, Her attend-
ants were finalists Betty Perusse, Sue Stanley, and Ieanie Kay.
THE LETTERMEN'S QUEEN AND HER COURT
Sue Stanley, Iecme Kay, Queen Shirley Boccczccio, Betty Perusse
The Letlermen's Fabulous Follies.
CHI O-KAPPA SIG DUO TAKES VARIETY SHOW HONORS
A FEW MEMBERS OF THE CENTENNIAL COMMISSION
I. Lake, D. Sayles, S. Myers, I. Schofield.
Variety show . . . Forester Day , . . tags . . . whiskered men
. . . can-can kick line . . . a song entitled, "Imagination" . , .
new fine arts building planned . . . centennial year - 1957 . . .
lane Forester in sack dresses . . . "Paradise'Found" . . . balloon
bursting , . . Daisy shaves Abner . . . dance . . . awards . . .
"Educational Heaven in 2057" . . . shooting gallery . . . smasl'1-a-
car . . . fish bowl.
A project of the Centennial Commission, Forester Day is
a means tor raising money tor the celebration of the lOOth
anniversary of the college, Under Dan Sayles it proved to be a
The Variety Show, also sponsored by the Centennial Com-
mission, demands ot its participants much patience, precision,
and practice, Original skits are planned and directed by rep-
resentatives ot brother-sister organizations.
We got a peek into the years ahead as we Viewed "A Look
into the Future." in accordance with this theme, each perform-
ance depicted some phases oi lite typical ot any ot the years
"from here to eternity."
The Kappa Sig-Chi O duo sang and danced itselt into
the tirst prize notch. '
THE KAPPA SIG-CHI OMEGA
Above: Street scene in Paris.
Below: The Players - T. Hine, I. Peirzilkcx
T. Pieper, I. Stremple, I. Anderson, L. Iohn
son, I. Bcxrthelmy, P. Seery, T. Negley.
PHI DELT-GAMMA PHI
G. Wilcox, L. Zcrjkowski, S. Shirey, I. Hurst
M. Anderson, K. Slcrier, I. Wolf.
DELTA CHI-ALPHA XI
H. Hodapp, L. Mowut, D. Visovcxtti, M. Thomp
son, T. Felgen, A. Brown.
PHIPE-A D PI
S. Mackey, S. Gissler, B. Pehlke.
COMMITTEE SPONSORS SUCCESSFUL DRIVE . . AUCTION
Going . . , going once . , , going twice . , . gone . . . sold to the man in the
grey sweater . , . cars washed . , , faculty dinners . . . pizza party . . . pajama
breakfast . . , South Sea lslands party . . . Roman party 4 . . pancake breakfast
. . , Roaring 20's party , , , shoeshines . . .home made bread . . . cookies . . . cakes.
Climaxing a week of contributions and fund raising, an auction of parties
and services contributed by social groups and individuals, took place,
Auctioneer Phil Lauman demanded the highest possible bids tor the above
items. Some groups responded by making two or more purchases,
This auction was one of the methods employed by the committee, under the
leadership ot Iohn Armbruster, to raise tunds in addition to individual donations.
As the feature emphasis of the drive, the money obtained, Went towards
such benefits as the World Student Service Fund, National Scholarship Service
Fund for Negro Students, International Christian, University, and Iapan Foster
Parents' Program. ln this Way Foresters got an opportunity to "help them who
help themselves." With this money badly needed buildings, food, medicine,
and educational equipment was provided for people unable to obtain these
T. Ieffreys, C. Sterling, I.. Krohne, P. Srp,
Typicals for I954
LYNN AND DAVE CROWNED AT FORESTER DANCE ON FEBRUARY 13
The names, Lynn lohnson and Dave loor, were announced
at the Forester Dance as LF typicals, Multicolored footprints,
posted from the quadrangle to College Hall, were publicity for
Lynn. Dave's posters announced that even "Ivan" approved
Lynn is an active participant in campus activities which
range from WAA vice-president to catching a pig on Forester
Dave, King of Cornrnons, is torrner Stentor editor and l-lixon
king. Last year he was fraternity president and lron Key ini-
tiate, This year he was tapped lor Whos Who.
Typical Girl - Lynn Iohnson Typical Boy - Dave Ioor
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Left: Young executives Ierry Patterson and Norm Crompton officicxte in the Publicity Department. Bottom Right: The
"coffee . . . black" woman, Mrs. Converse.
FAMILIAR FACES AROUND CAMPUS
Top Lefi: '54 Editor gets a litile advice from the '53 Editor, Gallcx Ann Crepin. Cenler: A few of the Campus Chest
Commiiiee. Bottom Right: Eleanor Tong, Dr. Iohnson, and Dick Klcrges converse in the sunshine.
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Seated: Mrs. Thomas, G. Larson, E. Long, M. Whipple, S, Peterson, I. Schmiit, T. Felgen, T. Ieffrey.
Stcmding: B. Smiih, N. Adams, T, Pieper, M. Frownfelter, T. Hine, D. Halliday, B. Bunge.
SID BEACH WEATHER BEGINS .
Spring on the campus.
First Row: M. Way, E. Tong, I. Bruneni, E. Engstrom, K. Swenson, K. Holmgren, D. Davis.
Second Row: P. Seaman, P. Webster, N. Emig, B. New, M. Frownfelter, I. Anderson, I. Puncx, D. Denlers.
Third Row: I. Cady, L. Iohnson, S. Goodnow, C. Bushell, M. Whipple, R. Robasku, B. Stahl.
MEMBERS ARE HONORED AT ANNUAL BANQUET
SPRING FEVER WITH THOUGHTS GF CAPS. GOWNS. CONVERTIBLES
Forester Day Crowd Artists
Recreation time . . . on the fron-ion
More uri Tennis anyone?
6' Forester Day Chairman
Dan Sayles supervised
the shaving oi Beasi Ar!
Goebel by Beauty Shir-
THE BEAUTIES THE BEARDED MEN
S. Shirey, S. Boccaccio. E. Karpowicz, C. Mendino, D. MacDonald, F. Metcalf, W. Morris, F.. Goebel,
P. Seery, B. Perusse, R. Castellenet, R. Keller. C. Erb, S. Gissler, I. St, George, I. Gray, R. Socek,
The Kappa Sig winning house decorations with Lem
KBill Morrisl and Luke Uoe Petrizilkal relaxing on ihe
porch. The Chi O's go after the pig.
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BEARDS AND BEAUTIES PLUS CONCESSIONS AND CONTESTS EQUALS FUN
Rail splitting . . . mud slinging . . . live oinlcing pigs . . ,
pie eating contest , . . bicycle race . . . egg throwing . . . the
'Forester Tree" at Alice Lodge , , . bearded men . . . girls in
abbreviated burlap sacks . . . chug-a-lug contest . , . sack race
. . . no classes . . . dance.
Forester Day was a day when anything could happen.
Sorority girls volunteered to have garbage dumped on them.
A victim ot the mud slinging contest patronized a girl at the
kissing booth. Students with a suppressed desire to destroy
actually got to demolish a car. Girls repeatedly changed from
rustic sack dresses to lacy formals, Slight acquaintances got
hitched at the marriage booth.
A dime well spentl Leish gets Cx . . . hmmmm . . . George Weimer loses his suppressed desire.
kiss from Marty Decker with the "ladies" looking on in
the Gamma Phi booth.
The A D Pi "Garbage Dump" with Sue Myers, Lynn
Cairns, Ioelyn Laird, Toni Bailey, and Gwen McGraw in W. Redding. W. Frink, G. Hurcmd, T. Mazur, D. Swanson.
the dump. I. Simoneau, R. Boches, T. Hine, I. Pction.
Fort Lauderdale at its best, complete with the
LF sun worshipers.
Water looks warm . . . and wet.
Bottom Right: Our beauties at their best
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The official welcoming committee lor Contact Day - Marcia Fletcher and Ed Walker.
Under the supervision ot lames Shikami, Placement Bureau
Director, the lnter-College Contact Day was planned.
Interviews were pre-arranged for students ot Lake Forest
and several other small colleges with executives ot the twenty-
eight participating firms. A secretary was provided tor every
three industrial representatives in an attempt to make the
schedule more efficient.
This plan ot inter-college co-operation was found an ettec-
tive means ot attracting the attention ot large companies to
small schools. An article about this program appeared in the
lournal of College Placement.
Secretary for a day - M. Bittrich, H. Defouw. M. VanLanen, C. Blim, C. Mendino.
THE COLLEGE DAY COMMITTEE
L. Baker ftaking picturel, G. Olson, L. Mowat. N. Witt, G. Tilley.
Second Row: W. Eckert, N. Auslermcm, B. Engsirom, R. Leishmcm fchairmanl, T. Hine
M. Amuden, S. Myers.
THE PHI PI EPSILON TROPHY WINNERS
First Row: S. Gissler, D. Durphy, T. Schilling, E. Cleary, W. Manzon, T. Banks, A. Espinosa, G. Aurand.
Second Row: R. Heying, C. Demos, I. St. George, C, Erb, E. Williams.
PHIPES AND GAMMA PHIS SING THEIR WAY TO VICTORY
THE GAMMA PHI BETA TROPHY WINNERS
First Row: D. Davis, G. Larson, M. Anderson, E. Long, B. Olson, H. DeFouw, U. Etnyre, E. Perusse, S. Stanley.
Second Row: K. Holmgren, M. MacNeal, R. Bodach, R. Goldsmith, I. Siocek, M. Decker. S. Peterson, N. Adams
I. IVIcComas, E. Byrnes.
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costs a dime.
Top Right: Bill Manzon accepts the IF sing trophy.
Center: Miss Clarke takes a swing on Forester Day.
Bottom Lett: The Ossentiuk Brothers.
Bottom Right: Barb Olson accepts the trophy for the
EDUCATION CONTINUES WHILE LAKE FOREST SPRINGS
Secxson opens and Bob Hagner takes cz sirike on the outside.
With the score so close, this slide
will really count.
FARWELL FIELD, SUNSHINE, GRANDSTANDS EMPTIED CLASSROOMS
Defending l954 CCI champs . . . Swanson stealing second
. . . Schilling slams a triple to right . . . a hit by Scichili . . , a
long fly by Negley . . . Captain Bob Burns at bat . . . a double
by Sierra . . . Heying on first base . , . Kittell hurling . . . Neal
grabs a line shot.
The above factors, working well together produced head-
lines as, "Foresters lar North Central," and "Bedmen Snap
linx, Whip Cardinals 6-3, Schilling Sparkles." With Breen to
coach returning lettermen and new sluggers, we thought this
might be our second consecutive championship season.
Unforseeable at the start of the season were rain checks
and crippling injuries to men in key spots. Then hopes for
retaining the crown were completely crushed by Augustana.
Even with these disadvantages the Big Red chalked up
victories as the 4-O shutout win over North Central, the l2-10
win over the Millikiri Big Blue, and the 4-2 prematurely con-
cluded contest with Elmhurst. The 6-3 win over the North Cen-
tral Cardinals snapped a six-year jinx, during which time the
Foresters were unable to register a single conquest of the Car-
dinals on the Naperville field.
First Row: I. Schofield, D. Swanson, G. Bickel, H. Felgen, G. Wilcox, L. Kittell, T Schilling I Patterson
Second Row: P. Runkel, R. Burns, I. Schmitt, D. Neal, D. Sierra, R. Scichili, H. DeQuardo T Negley
Th rd Row: R. Innes, K. Lindsay, R. Heying, A. Osborne, H. Scheele, D. Visovath R Hcxgner Iohn Breen
THE IUNIOR PROM ROYALTY CANDIDATES
P. Laumcm, C. Dawson, I. Kay, R. Leishmcn, I. Kees, R. Iones, L. Erlandson, M. Wuy,, I. Patterson, R. Durphy.
MAY 22 SEES FORESTERS HEAD FOR THE LA SALLE HOTEL. CHICAGO
Mahogany bids . . . lllinois Room . . . the La Salle Hotel . . .
a balmy spring night . . . mirror-panelled Walls . . . tinted pic-
tures oi queen candidates . . . The Four Lads . . . King Phil
and Queen Cynthia . . . May 22 . . . dancing from 9-12 to
the music of Iack Cavan's orchestra . . . exceptionally attractive
posters . . . committee ot junior class officers representatives . . .
memorable coronation ceremony. A
All the individual characteristics of the prom and its pre-
paratory planning tused into one to make the 1954 Iunior Prom
one that will be long and pleasantly remembered.
King Phil cmd Queen Cynthia with the Four Lads.
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Ierry Patterson presents the freshman scholarship trophy to Bob Bereman and Lee Cord.
IRON KEY AND KAPPA ALPHA RECOGNIZE OUTSTANDING STUDENTS
Whos Who . . . Kappa Alpha . . , Scholarship Trophies . . .
lron Key. These awards are presented at the annual Honors
Chapel which is held in the Presbyterian Church. Excitement
fills the audience as each honor is awarded. The finale of the
program is the recognition of the Men of the lron Key. The
l. hooded men marched in and Bill Manzon, Iohn Armloruster,
H and Russ FitzGerald were tapped.
THE MEN OF THE IRON KEY
Fizs! Row: E. Walker, I. Patterson.
Second Row: W. Mcmzon, I. I-Xrmbruster, R. FitzGeru1d.
Third Row: D. Ioor, N. Crompton, I. Shikami.
Fourth Row: C. Sterling, A. Renzetii, R. Leishman.
KAPPA ALPHA MEMBERS AT MRS. DUNN'S
First Row: E. Unii, B. Smiih, B. Messman, R. Robcrska.
On Stairs: C. Dawson, E. Karpowicz, P. Mcxcke. B. Olson
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Excellence in Basketball, Bowling, Volleyball, and Football helped the Delis capture the IM irophy.
l. M. Champs
DELTA CHI CAPTURES SWEEPSTAKES 'FOR SECOND YEAR IN A ROW . .
. . thus another LM. year ends
COLLEGE DAYS WILL SOON BE GONE . .
Top Left: Sue Stanley. Top Right: Peggy Amuden, Iacque Bruneni, Triesie Olivieri. Botlom: Al Renzetti, Rae Gold-
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BUT NOT FORGOTTEN
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Milton Smith, vice-president
Herbert Deckert, business manager
Admissions, Theodore Cavins, Robert Amaden, Gertrude Crompton
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Economics and business administration, E. D. Kuhns, Ph.D.: Herbert Nicholaus, Ph.D.:
Louis Keller, M.B.A.: William Koivisto, Ph.D.: Bertha Reynolds, M.S.C.
Registrars, Marie I. Meloy and Ruth Volpe
Sociol09Y, Eileen P. Kuhns, MJ-X.
Health Office, Grace Hunter cmd Margaret Hczrtzo
Mathematics and Physics, Lindley Burton, Ph.D
Donald Pierce, BJ-X.
Art and Music, Franz Schuliz, lVI.F.1-X.: Peter Belpulsi, B.F.A.:
Ann Bowen, M.A.: Ruih Thomas, M.M.: Arnold Thomas, M.M.
Speech and Dramatics, Arlene Byrne, M.A.: Robert Martin, Ph.D
Iohn Converse, M.S.
Languages, Margaret Funderburg, M.A.:
Madeline Ashton, Ph.D.
Psychology and Education, Howard Hoogesteger, M.Ed.:
Edwin Reichert, Ph.D.
Gloria Metzger, head of the Nursery School
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Librarian, Marth Biggs
English Department. Seated: Esther Pese, Ph.D.:
Harold Hutcheson, Ph.D.: Arthur Voss, Ph.D.
Standing: Gordon Milne, Ph.D.
Dietitian, Marion Kuhns
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Mrs. Eva Cavagna, secretary to the President Mrs. Faith Sutherland, secretary to Mr. Deckeri
Mrs. Ruih Iackson, secretary io Deans Hoogesteger and Clarke
Business office staff, Waller Gerichs, Margaret Moore. Pat Erskine, and Carol Chapman.
Secretary to Dean Dunn, Calla Ann Crepin: Secretary to Mr. Smith, Mrs. Blanche Ott
MORE FAMILIAR FACES . . .
The I 954 Seniors
Bob Sir, Dennis Iohnson,
Ken LaPIcmt, Iohn Arm-
bruster fpresident J .
FOUR SHORT YEARS . . TIME GOES SO FAST
The 137 graduates in the class of 1954 are equipped with
a liberal arts background. Many of them had come to Lake
Forest, right from high school. Others had transferred. Yet
they marched and thought as one group on Saturday, Iune 6,
when their degrees were conferred. At this time, the mind
beneath the mortar board was eagerly anticipating the
diploma, and anxiously Wondering about the future.
Four years of exams, book reports, beach parties, open
houses, dormitory living, spring vacation, and football seasons
were over, The Senior Chapel, tree planting, and dance Were
fresh in the memory - but in the past. Now it is up to those
of us, marching in these black robes to the music of "Pomp and
Circumstanceu , . .
Although We are graduating, each remaining student who
takes advantage of the 1ibrary's microfilm viewer, will remem-
ber the class of '54.
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homas Gordon Bartels Barbara A. Barthel Richard Lee Baumann
PEGGY AMADEN THOMAS GORDON BARTELS
BI'OOklYnl Economics Rockford,
Homecoming Committee 3, Chi Omega l, 2, 3, secre-
tary 4, College Day Committee 45 WAA 45 Panhelf
Economics Shorewood, Wisconsin
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, secretary 4, chairman Centennial
Commission 4, chairman Student Center Commit-
tee 3p Iunior Class treasurer, Student Council, Com-
munity Council, president Senior Class, chairman
Campus Chest Committee 4g Placement Bureau,
Parents' Day Committeeg College Day Committee,
member of Iron Key 4.
Business Administration Villa Park, Illinois
Kappa Sigma l, Z, pledge trainer 35 Pi Alpha Chig
Madrigalg president of lnteriraternity Council 4,
Economics Club 4, Variety Show l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball
1, 2, 3.
Phi Delta Theta l, 2, 3, 4, librarian 3, secretary 4,
president 4, Football manager 2, Lettermen's Club
2, 3, Christmas Formal Committee 3, Iunior Prom
Committee 3, Homecoming Committee 4, Centennial
Commission 3, Forester Day Committee 3, Forester
Dance Committee 3, Senior Dance Committee 45 ln-
terfraternity Council 4.
BARBARA A. BARTHEL
English Antioch, Illinois
WAA point secretary 3, 4, vice-president ot WSGA,
Homecoming Committee 4, Band l, 2, Stentor l, 2, 35
Freshman Dance Committee lg Sophomore Dance
Committee 2, president of Alice Lodge,
RICHARD LEE BAUMANN
Economics Skokie, Illinois
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, 4.
MARLENE M. BAUMHEIER
Speech Chicago, Illinois
Choir, Garrick Players, Children's Theater, Febru-
URBAN I. BENDER
Business Administration Siberia, Indiana
IOANNE MARY BERGMAN
Speech Chicago, Illinois
Garrick Players, Radio Club, Gamma Phi Beta,
chairman of Food Committee 2, 3, 4, Homecoming
Committee 3, 4, Campus Chest Committee, Parents'
Day 3, 4, Iunior Prom Committee 3, White Christ-
mas Formal Committee 3, Honor Committee 3.
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Iacqueline Lee Bruneni Edward A. Bryant
N. THOMAS BERRY
Economics Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Kappa Sigma affiliate, Track 4, transfer from Mar-
quette University 4.
ROBERTA V. BODACI-I
Art Chicago, Illinois
Community Council 2, 3, 4, Stentor 1, 2, Freshman
Dance chairman, Choir l, Parents' Day Committee
2, 3, 4, Gamma Phi Beta, vice-president, secretary,
Centennial Commission l, 2, White Christmas For-
mal Committee 3, Forester 3, Sophomore Dance
Committee 2, Campus Chest Committee 1, 2, Home-
coming Committee 4.
Psychology South Bend, Indiana
Beta Beta Beta.
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Thomas Buck Charles L. Carter. Ir. Patricia Cole Norman Iohn Crampton
IACQUELINE LEE BRUNENI CHARLES L, CARTER, IR.
English Rockford, Illinois History Abilene, Texas
Stentor, WSGAp WAAg Chi Omega 1, Z, 3, president
4, Homecoming Committee 3, 4g Centennial Com-
missiong Iunior Prom Committee 3, Sophomore Dance
Committee 2, Forester Dance Committee 3, Home-
coming Queen 4.
EDWARD A. BRYANT
Biology Pontiac, Michigan
Tau Kappa Epsilon social affiliateg Beta Beta Beta,
transfer from Wright College.
History ' Waukegan, Illinois
Biology North Chicago, Illinois
Beta Beta Betag Independent Women's Club 1, 2.
NORMAN IOHN CRAMPTON
History Lake Forest, Illinois
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, president 4g WLFC 2, 35 Iron Key
31 Homecoming Committee chairman 4, Stentor 1, 2,
city editor and editor-in-chief 45 Director of Publicity
4g Placement Bureau Contact Day Committeeg Stu-
dent Center Committee.
Sociology Kenosha, Wisconsin
Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 4g Food Committeeg Senior Coun-
ROBERT W. CURRAN
Business Administration Chicago, Illinois
Tau Kappa Epsilon.
H. LYON DAY
Economics Benton Harbor, Michigan
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, secretary 45 Placement Bureau.
Robert Cross Robert W. Curran
Richard L. Dre-yer Emily Louise Edwards
Economics West Chicago, Illinois
Phi Pi Epsilon.
Business Administration Highland Park, Ill.
IOYCE DI BERNARDINO
Psychology Oak Park, Illinois
Alpha Phi 2, 3, chaplain 47 Religious Activities
Councilp Choirg delegate to Conference on Human
Relations: Forester 35 lunior Prom Committee 35
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RICHARD I... DREYER ROBERT HAROLD EELGEN
Speech Zion, Illinois Economics Oak Park, Illinois
Garrick Players 2, 3, 4, Tau Kappa Epsilon, chap-
lain 47 Variety Show 3, 4.
EMILY LOUISE EDWARDS
Art Red Bank, New Iersey
Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan University.
Business Administration Morton Grove, Ill.
Garrick Playersy president Independent Women's
Club, president Phi Sigma Iota, WAA.
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Delta Chi 2, secretary 3, vice-
president 4, Senior Dance co-chairman 4.
MILDRED IOY ERANTIK
English Berwyn, Illinois
Alpha Delta Pi l, 2, 3, rush chairman 4.
GEORGE IAMES FYFFE, IR.
Business Administration Glencoe, Illinois
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Rodney F. Heying Margaret Howe Robert Allan Howley Dennis R. Iohnson
SANFORD EDWIN CERBER ARTHUR GRUNDBERG
Speech Chicago, Illinois
Tau Kappa Epsilon l, 2, 3, secretary 4, Garrick
Players l, 2, 3, Radio Club l, 2, 35 Student Con-
gress 2, 37 Campus Chest Committee 3.
PHILIP IOHN GIBBS
Economics Chicago, Illinois
Delta Chi I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Committee 37 Stentor 3,
45 Homecoming Committee 47 transfer from Loyola
IO ANN E. GREGORY
Spanish Rockford, Illinois
Alpha Xi Delta l, 2, 3, president 4.
Kappa Sigma 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, Z, 3, 4, Basketball
I, 2, 3, captain 4, Lettermen's Clubp Typical Boy 31
MARY C. HARE
English Gary, Indiana
IOI-IN L. I-IERZ
Political Science Highland Park, Illinois
Phi Delta Theta social aftiliateg Economics Club 4.
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Iohn L. Herz
Walter R. Iones David Ioor
RODNEY E. HEYING
Economics Elmhurst, Illinois
Phi Pi Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, Lettermen's Club l, 2, 3, 4, Economics
Club 4, Iim Forester Day Committee,
English Winnetka, Illinois
Alpha Delta Pi l, 2, 3, 4, transfer from University ot
Colorado 2, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Centennial
Commission 3, 4, Choir 2, Madrigal 2, Pi Alpha
Chi 2, 3, 4, Parents' Day Committee 3, Variety
Show 4, WSGA 3,
ROBERT ALLAN HOWLEY
Mathematics Waukegan, Illinois
Track Team 4, Student-Faculty Club 4, Independent
Men's Association 3.
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DENNIS R. IOI-INSON
Economics Rockford, lllinois
Football co-captain 4, Golf Team l, Track Team l,
Senior Class vice-president, Delta Chi I, 2, 3, 4.
WALTER R. IONES
Economics Lake Forest, Illinois
Tau Kappa Epsilon 4, Football 3, 4, Basketball 4,
Lettermen's Club vice-president 4, Athletic Board
of Control, Economics Club 4.
Sociology Syracuse, New York
Phi Delta Theta l, 2, 3, president 4, president, Phi Eta
Sigma, Basketball manager 3, Iron Key 3, Student
Council 2, 3, 4, Interlraternity Council 4, Band l, 2,
King of Hixon and Commons, College Day Commit-
tee 3, Community Council, Typical Boy 4, Letter-
mens Club, Stentor editor, Who's Who.
English Chicago, Illinois
Alpha Delta Pi l, 2, 3, president 4, president, Kappa
Alpha, Iunior Prom Queen, Chilclren's Theater 35
WAA, Panhellenic Council, lunior Prom Committee
3, Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Campus Chest Com-
mittee 3, Forester Committee, Student Center Com-
mittee, Who's Who,
PAUL I. KASKA
Business Administration Fairfield, Iowa
EDWARD G. KASMAR
Business Administration Lake Forest, Illinois
Tau Kappa Epsilon vice-president 4, Student Center
manager 4, Homecoming Dance chairman 4, Stu-
dent-Faculty Club, Freshman Mixer chairman 3.
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Paul I. Kaskcx
Kenneth I. LcxP1ant
WILLIAM I. KIDDLE, IR.
Highland Park, Illinois
Radio Club, Tau Kappa Epsilon 4.
ARTHUR C. KING
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, 4.
Phi Delta Theta l,
2, 3, treasurer 4, Football Team,
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Iames L. Macdonald Pat Macke
ROBERT W. KYNDBERG
Biology Waukegan, Illinois
KENNETH I. LA PLANT
History Skokie, Illinois
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, president 4, lnterlraternity Council
4, lntermural Board 2, 3, president 4, Gold Team
2, 3, captain 4, Forester Commission 3.
IAMES L. MACDONALD
Economics Winnetka, Illinois
Transfer from St. Mary's College, California 3, Stu-
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Ierome W. Meyer Ralph I. Mills, Ir.
English Lake Blutl, Illinois
Chi Omega l, 2, treasurer 3, 4, WAA l, 2, 3, Board
4, president of WSGA 3, 4, Community Council 4,
Religious Activity Committee 2, Campus Chest
Committee 3, 4, Homecoming Committee 2, 3, 4,
Parents' Day Committee 4, Counselor 3, 4, Alpha
Lambda Delta, treasurer Z, Kappa Alpha, secretary
4, Who's Who,
IEROME W. MEYER
Psychology Chicago, Illinois
Tau Kappa Epsilon l, 2, 3, president 4,
RALPH MILLS, IR.
English Lake Forest, Illinois
Tusitala editor 3, 4, Student-Faculty Club 4,
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George I. Ossentiuk Gerald A. Parker Barbara Pehlke Elizabeth M. Perusse
DONALD IOHN NEAL BARBARA OLSON
Economics Lake Forest, Illinois Speech Lincolnwood, Illinois
Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4.
PAUL B. OLIVER
Political Science Chicago, Illinois
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, most valu-
able player and captain 4, Iunior Class vice-presi-
TRIESTE M. T. OLIVIERI
Sociology Gary, Indiana
Chi Omega l, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club l, 2, Iunior Panhel-
lenic lp Variety Show l, Sophomore Class treasurer,
Sophomore Dance Committee, Iunior Class secre-
tary, WAA 2, 3, 4, treasurer, Food Committee 3, 4,
Community Council 4.
Gamma Phi Beta l, 2, 3, treasurer 4, Garrick Players
2, 3, 4, vice-president 4, Variety Show l, 2, 3, director
4, Children's Theater l, 2, 3, director 4, Student
Council l, 2, 3, secretary 4, Community Council,
Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Parents' Day Commit-
tee, Alpha Lambda Delta, Kappa Alpha, Blood
Drive chairman, WAA 2, 3, 4, College Day Com-
mittee 3, Campus Chest 3, Who's Who.
ROBERT I. O'NElLL
Economics Wilmette, Illinois
Transfer from University of Colorado, Phi Delta
Theta, Homecoming Committee 4.
ALBERT G. OSSENTIUK
History Kenosha, Wisconsin
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Robert I. O'Neill Albert G. Ossentjuk
Suzanne Peterson Thelma Pieper
GEORGE I. OSSENTIUK
History Kenosha, Wisconsin
GERALD A. PARKER
Business Administration Lake Forest, illinois
Kappa Sigma l, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 43 Letter-
men's Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2.
English Riverside, lllinois
Cheerleader lg Alpha Delta Pi l, 2, 3, 45 Forester
Commission, Placement Bureaup Stentor,
ELIZABETH M. PERUSSE
Biology Oak Park, Illinois
Gamma Phi Beta l, 2, 3, 45 president of Iunior Pan-
hellenic lg Beta Beta Beta 3, 4, Parents' Day Com-
mittee, Stentor l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee
3, 4, Centennial Commission 2, 35 Forester Day Com-
mittee 2, 35 Choir l, 2g College Day Committee 35
Chemistry Club 4, Publications Club l, 2, 3, 4, Reli-
gious Activity Committee 4g Variety Show l, 2, 35
Campus Chest.Committeey Who's Who,
Music Highland Park, illinois
Transfer from Colorado College 2, Choir 3, 4, Madri-
gal 3, 4: Pi Alpha Chi 3, 45 Student Center Commit-
tee 4g Honor Committee 3g Gamma Phi Beta 1, 2, 3,
Music Rock island, illinois
Chi Omega l, 2, 3, 45 Pi Alpha Chip Chorus l, 2, 3, 4:
Madrigal Singers: Homecoming Committee 25 Vari-
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Maryann Robertson Gail G. Robinson
MICHAEL PONTARELLI NORMA QUEDENEELD
Business Administration Chicago, Illinois Business Administration Waukegan, Illinois
Phi Pi Epsilon l, 2, 3, secretary 4, Centennial Commissiong Independent Wome-n's
Clubp Campus Chest Committeeg Economics Club 4,
ROBERT PULASKI WILLIAM M. REDDING
Political Science Chicago, Illinois Philosophy Wilmette, Illinois
Kappa Sigma Social affiliate, Football 4,
LUCRETIA PUTMAN ALFRED RENZETTI
History Mundelein, Illinois Business Administration Chicago, Illinois
Phi Pi Epsilon l, 2, treasurer 3, president 45 Baseball
Team l, 2, 3, 4, chairman of Parents' Day l952g
chairman of Iunior Prom l953g president ol Student
Council 47 Iron Key 3,
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Morris M. Rosen Raymond William Ruesch, Ir. Thomas A. Rostron Iohn W. Sclmaitman
MARYANN ROBERTSON RAYMOND WILLIAM RUESCI-I, IR,
History Waukegan, Illinois Economics Skokie, Illinois
Gamma Phi Beta l, 2, 3, 4, Stentor I, Centennial
Commission 3, lunior Prom Committee 3, Forester 3,
, Forester Day Committee 3.
GAIL G. ROBINSON
Speech Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
Alpha Xi Delta l, 2, vice-president 3, president 4,
Garrick Players, secretary, president, Childrens
Theater, Radio Club, Iunior Prom Committee, Food
Committee, Honor Committee, Student Council,
Panhellenic, WSGA, Alpha Psi Omega, Stentor 4,
MORRIS M. ROSEN
Business Administration North Chicago, Ill.
Tau Kappa Epsilon, Track Team 4, Freshman Dance
Delta Chi 1,2,3,4.
THOMAS A. ROSTRON
Business Administration Lake Bluff, Illinois
Forester Day Committee, Forester, business mana-
IOI-IN W. SCI-INAITMAN
English Chicago, Illinois
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English ZlO1'1, IlllI'1OlS
AMES Y. SI-IIKAMI
Economics Lake Forest, Illinois
Independent Men's Association president 35 Intra-
mural Board secretary 25 Athletic Board of Control
25 Student Council 25 Centennial Commission 3:
Community Council 35 Campus Chest treasurer 25
Placement Bureau director 1952-l9545 Parents' Day
chairman 45 Tau Kappa Epsilon 45 Iron Key 35
Homecoming Committee5 Tennis Team 45 Who's
ROBERT A. SIR
History Chicago, Illinois
Delta Chi 1, 2, 3, 45 Band5 Glee Club, Choir5 Letter-
men's Clubg Football manager, Tennis Team5 Va-
riety Showg Senior Class secretary5 Senior Dance
History Davenport, Iowa
Gamma Phi Beta 2, 3, president 45 Forester 2, 35
Stentor 35 Typical Girl5 College Day Committee 35
president of WSGA. 4.
CHARLES A. STERLING
Biology Wheaton, Illinois
Football l, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Class president vice-
president of Student Congress 3, 45 Disciplinary
Committee I, 2, 3, 4: Iron Keyg Band, Community
Psychology Iron Mountain, Michigan
Charles A. Sterling Sally Stilwell
Kai Thorup, Ir. Ruth Christensen Volpe
Economics Club 4.
LAMBERT I. SUTKIEWICZ
Business Administration Wilson, Illinois
English Lake Forest, Illinois
Alpha Phi l, 2, secretary 3, president 45 WAA l, 2,
3, 45 Panhellenic Council 2, 3, 45 Debate Team 2, 35
Honor Committee 4.
Alpha Pi l, 2, 3, 4, Childrens Theater, Student-
KAI TI-IORUP, IR.
Delta Chi l, 2, 3, 4,
Lake Forest, Illinois
RUTI-I CI-IRISTENSEN VOLPE
History Lake Forest, Illinois
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ii, CHARLES M. WALSH
lg History Evanston, Illinois
Phi Pi Epsilon l, 2, vice-president 3, 47 president
Lettermen's Club 45 president Athletic Board of
li? Control 4, president Centennial Commission 3, 45
lnterfraternity Council 3, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 4, All-
Conference Player 2, 3, 4g chairman of Forester
, Sociology Chicago, Illinois
Religious Activities Council.
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, Economics North Chicago, Illinois
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Stanley Aleksiewicz Maida I. Bauer
CHARLES S. WILSON
History Binghamton, New York
Phi Pi Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4.
Philosophy Bay Village, Ohio
Transfer from Ohio Wesleyan University.
Business Administration Chicago, Illinois
Phi Delta Theta l, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Committee:
Summer Formal chairmang Honor Committee 35
Gerald R. White Charles S. Wilson Lesley Wolie Leonard Zaikowski
larie Brokaw Crawford Ruth Bates Halverson Frederic Keller Edward Morrissey
STANLEY ALEKSIEWICZ RUTI-l BATES I-IALVERSON
Economics Waukegan, Illinois Psychology Ingleside, Illinois
Night school graduate.
MAIDA I. BAUER
Sociology Waukegan, Illinois
Night school graduate.
MARIE BROKAW CRAWFORD
English Libertyville, Illinois
Night school graduate.
Night school graduate,
Night school graduate.
Night school graduate.
ighland Park, Illinois
Lucine David Mutcxw Robert E. Thompson Virginia Kelley Turner
I954 .Night School Graduates
LUCINE DAVID MUTAW
Business Administration Waukegan, Illinois
Night school graduate. V
ROBERT E. THOMPSON
Economics Desplaines, Illinois
Night school graduate.
VIRGINIA KELLEY TURNER
Psychology Mundelein, Illinois
Night school graduate.
Seniors Not Pictured
ABBIE CARR DOLTON
English Mundelein, Illinois
BERNARD GEORGE PARIS
English Pond du Lac, Wisconsin
LESLIE ALPHONSE HINDERYCKX
Speech Mundelein, Illinois
F. IAMES IEEPERSON
Speech Anchorage, Kentucky
IOHN RICHARD NASH
English Chicago, Illinois
IANE PATTON O'LEARY
Art Oak Park, Illinois
LAWRENCE ERVIN POLICH
Speech North Chicago, Illinois
Speech Berwyn, Illinois
PHILIP DAVID OUEDENFELD
Speech Waukegan, Illinois
DURWOOD DWAYNE SHAUFLER
English Lake Bluff, Illinois
FRANK IAMES CLOUGH
Economics Green Bay, Wisconsin
CHARLES WILLIAM FORD
Sociology DeForest, Wisconsin
CHARLES WALLACE GRANT
Psychology Evanston, Illinois
IOHN IOSEPH HARVEY
History Chicago, Illinois
DONALD I. LEUCK
Economics Kenosha, Wisconsin
DONALD LOUIS STORTO
History Chicago, Illinois
BARBARA WEBSTER THOMPSON
GEORGE BOVEL WATT, IR.
WILLIAM IAMES WEBER
Economics Lake Villa,
GEORGE ROBERT CHATER
Chemistry Lake Forest
ARTHUR GEORGE FALK
MITCHELL ARSEN MEKAELIAN
IAMES PETER NEVIN
IAMES EDWIN EVOY
Business Administration Waukegan
ROBERT L. GOTTSCHALK
ROBERT IOSEPH IACOBS
WRAY PALLISER LAMB
HELEN WILLIAMS DENNETT
Nursing Lake Forest
MARIORIE IANE HOLUB
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Forester Facts for I953 -54
Student Council president .,.,,.,...........A............,,. Alfred Renzetti
Womens Self Government Association president .......,...... Susan Stanley
Student Center chairman .......,...,..,..,. Edward Kasmar Ctirst semesterl
Daniel Sayles Csecond semesterl
Religious Activities Council chairman ,,...........,,......,.. Louise Behlen
Freshman ...,..,rlr.,..r.,rl.,.... Gerald Hurst
Sophomore . . . . , . Ronald Grundberg
Iunior ...,.., .,..i R obert Leishman
Senior , , lohn Armbruster
HONOR FRATERNITIES AND CLUBS
Alpha Lambda Delta Cnational freshman womenl ..... ...,. D onna Lenters
Beta Beta Beta Cnational biologyl ...,..,........ , , ,... Edward Bryant
Garrick Players Clocal speechl .................,. ..... G ail Robinson
Kappa Alpha Clocal womenl ..,.
lron Key Clocal menl .,......,.,., ,. .
LFC Lettermen ,.,..,, . . ..............c . ,
Phi Eta Sigma Cnational Freshman menl. . . . .
Phi Sigma lota Cnational Romance languagesl .l ,E . , .l
Pi Alpha Chi Clocal musicl ,.,.i...,.....,..... ..i,
Sigma Pi Sigma Cnational physicsl ....,..,..
Womens Athletic Association ..,i..,,
. . . . A .Eva Karpowicz
. . , . ,Charles Sterling
A A . Patricia Macke
SOCIAL ORGANIZATION PRESIDENTS
Delta Chi ........ ....
Phi Delta Theta . . . ..,... . . , .
Kappa Sigma .,,.
Phi Pi Epsilon ..,,
Tau Kappa Epsilon . . .
Alpha Delta Pi . , .
Alpha Phi i..i.i.,
Alpha Xi Delta . , .
Chi Omega ..,...
Gamma Phi Beta . .
Independent Women . . . .
, , . lerome Meyer
. . . . Susan Stanley
. . , . Nancy Carrell
EDITORS OF CAMPUS PUBLICATIONS
The Forester ,......,......,...,. Robert Leishman
The Stentor .... , . David Ioor and Bonnie Messman
Tusitala .... .4,..,,..4........... R alph Mills
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580 Bank Lane Phone Lake Forest 637
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Amaden, Peggy . . .
Anderson, Daniel .,
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Blessing, William ., ....... 47
Blim, Carol ........ 9, 30, 102
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Boccaccio, Shirley ..,. .................. 2 6, 83, 98
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Buck, Thomas .....
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Burns, Robert ....
Burr, Carol ......
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Busscher, Richard ..
Byrnes, Eva .,.....
Cady, Ioan ....
Cain, Glen .,...
Cairns, Lynn .,...
Calder, Diane ....
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Couvall, Theotane ....
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Dau, Michael ....
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Etnyre, Uelene ....
Eubanks, Richard . . .
Eawthrop, Carol ....
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Fyffe, George .....
Galecki, Gretchen ....
Gallagher, Ioan ....
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Gionapolis, Yvonne . . . ,.,.... ......... . . 34
Gibbs, Philip .,,.... .,...
Gissler, Sigvard . ..
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Halliday, David . . .
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Holmgren, Karen ....
Howe, Margaret . . .
Hawley, Robert ,...
Hurst, Gerald ......
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lefferson, lames ....
lettreys, Thomas .....
Iohnson, Barbara ...,.
lohnson, Dennis .... . .
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Iohnson, Noel ....,. , .
lones, Reginald .,..
lanes, Walter , . . ,
Ioor, William ....,
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Ioslyn, Ann .,..
Kare, Frances , , ,
Karge, Kenneth ,,..
Karpowicz, Eva .,..
Kasla, Paul .. , . .
Kasmar, Edward . . .
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Kees, Iudith .,,.
Keller, Ruth ,....,
Kelly, Patrick ,.,,
Kidclle, William .,,.
King, Arthur ,.,,.
Kittell, Lee . , ,,..
Klages, Richard .. .
Kleim, Ronald ..
Krohn, Richard ......
Krohne, Elizabeth ....
Kyndberg, Robert ....
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Manzon, William . . .
Markwalder, Mary ....
Martin, Donald .....
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Mazur, Thomas ....
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Meyer, lerome .....
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Swank, David ,.....,
Swanson, Anne ....
Swanson, Don ,......
Swanton, Virginia ..,,
Swenson, Kathleen .,..
Tentes, Peggy ....,..,.....
Thompson, Martha Ann
Thompson, Mary ......
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Tilley, Glennette .. ,
Tong, Eleanor ....
Travis, Marie . , .
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Van Lanen, Margaret .
Vellinga, Betty ........
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Volpe, Ruth .,..
Walker, Edward . ..
Walsh, Charles ....
Warner, Iohn .,....
Waterfall, Eugene ., .
Way, Mimi ,........
Webster, Patricia ....
Weigel, Rainer ,....
Weimer, George . . .
Weimer, Iohn ...,....
Wessberg, Albert ..,.
Westman, Paul .,...
Whipple, Maryl ....
White, Carol ,...
White, Gerald . .,
White, William ....
Wilcox, Gerald ...,
Williams, Edward ..,.
Wilson, Charles ..
Wilson, Iames ,..,
Witt, Nancy ....
Wolf, lack .....,
Wolf, Susan ....
Wolfe, Lesley ..,.
Wolfe, Marion ....
Wouters, Carol ....
Zajkowski, Leonard ....
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College Conference ol Illinois
STANDINGS OF '53-'54
Wheaton ..,. .... 4 0
Lake Forest .,., .,., 4 l
Augustana ..., ..., 3 2
Millikin ..A..., .... 2 3
North Central , , .,.. 2 4
Wesleyan . . . . . . . l 3
Elmhurst . . . . . . . l 4
Wesleyan ....l0 2
Augustana . . . . . . . 8 3
Lake Forest A A .,., 7 5
Millikin ,.t.. , .4 6 5
Wheaton ...r.. ,.,. 5 7
North Central L ,,,.,, 3 9
Elmhurst ,4,.e , , 2 l0
Millikin ..., .,.. 6 37
Wheaton ...,. .... 6 59
Lake Forest ... , ,. ,661
Wesleyan .... ,,.. 6 68
Augustana .... ,... 6 73
Elmhurst .4,., ..,r 7 28
Wesleyan ..., .,.. l 0 2
Millikin .... ...A 9 3
Wheaton ..,.. ,.,. 9 3
Lake Forest 7 5
Augustana .,.. .... 3 9
North Central ,....... 3 9
Elmhurst .,,. .... l ll
Millikin .... .... 7 2 6710
Wheaton , . .... 67 7710
Elmhurst ,.... . . , 30 2710
Augustana ,.,,. .,,. 2 7 5710
North Central ......... 20
Lake Forest , , . , A . 4
Wesleyan .,, , ,. 2 5710
Elmhurst . , A 9
Millikin ,.,... . 8
Augustana .... . 7
Wheaton ....,. , 0
North Central , , . 4 3
Lake Forest ..,. , l
The Editor Wishes to thank the following for their help:
THE MEMBERS OF THE 1954 STAFF for their diligent and hard
Work which helped to make this book possible.
THE DAGUERRE STUDIOS for their Wonderful help and co-
operation in making photos for the book.
MY FRIENDS, LIL AND FRED, OF THE DAGUERRE STUDIOS
for their untiring trips to Lake Forest to record History l954
CAMPUS SERVICE and especially Mr. Ray Langen for guidance
in preparing the book to go to press.
NORM CRAMPTON for many campus photos that Would have
been impossible to get Without his help.
LIZ BAKER for her readiness to take pictures Whenever your
editor needed them.
THE STUDENT BODY for their cooperation in keeping on a
picture schedule and the snap shots they provided.
OUR PATRONS AND ADVERTISERS for their interest and gen-
erosity which makes the book a reality.
GLENNETTE TILLEY for her wonderful help and good Work in
Writing all the copy.
ELEANOR TONG for her efforts in making the picture schedule
and doing the identifications.
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