Milwaukee Country Day School - Arrow Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)

 - Class of 1946

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Text from Pages 1 - 148 of the 1946 volume:

The Arrow Pubhshed by The Semor Class ofthe Wfdwaukee Gaunbuf fbaq School 6? In th1s book we the ed1tors have trxed to glV6 by means of plctures an accurate and varred cross sectlonal vrew of school 11fe durlng the past year As th1s IS the first post: War ed1t1on of the Arrow, we have been fortunate 1n not bemg hampered by Wartnne restr1ct1ons and regulat1ons It IS the hope of the edltors that students and parents w111 find thls book a true re flectron of the mterests of the students ID the1r work and 1n the1r play We igfwhm f my NMMA fcfficm FOI-IN EDXVARD IONES TRUMAN IOHNSON HEDDING, IR Hawfiwyi Zciziaw MONTE FRANK HUEBSCH, IR IOHN STOXVELL SAMMOND Becfwalfan I1 gl mtuul rLwU111t1u11 UT IQ u11xLi1w1 dLxuL1m1 .mn 1111Nu1111r11111t1l11L 11151115 to thy Ix11lxx11u1xu CKFLIIIKIQV 13 S 11111 xx mm 1VIlEhl,IU 1t1 DLp.11t111L11t 11 naw .md 111 um tlumkx md w11N1Lu11t1u11 tm WL Lxgcllmt xxmlx hg dum Math 111 thxt Lkp 11L111L11t am 1111xx 111 1946 to P1111 XV VV1t 1111.111 Ir ls 11111 N L11 11111 Lmt tux N1111 1 Ln Wlll wuuu xxlll 11. 1 xx nd 1111 111 xxL lm 411111111111 pmguw I 11 Z, M 'hl fxl-fl 1' ' ' 1 Di f ffl 1. 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FICK AB., Harvard Univcrsityg German: Lating Assistant Hczzdmasterz appoinfcd 3917. WILLIAM B CHURCH AB HIHIIIYKJII Collpqg Sunny foot 1 Couh Hopkgy Comb Buy 1 Could dppmntpd 19w PAUL W WATERMAN PhB Lmmr 1tx ot Vgrmout Mlthp mm B Ilia Mlm gr ippumt L1 1970 1' S 9 ' 4 5 1- -Av xx, l ' '7 I k 9 7 ball l'1 ' H 2'1 znlwzll ' ,z' 1' ' x ff. , A 4 .. E' Aw Tx, 5'l, ' , I 2 ,, abs: us' xss ZiQ'1l 'c ... L. L GEORGE J DEVINE Admsor to Pll1711L1.t1Ol'lS ippomted 1944 HARVEY j RAMAKER AB Hope College Latm Athleuc D rector appomted 1919 THOMAS E HUGHES A B M A Umversrty of WISCLJIISIH M1the1n mes Dlrector of Guldanee A QlStlI1f Coleh of Football appomted 1 41 10 - ., Q A 9 P' if B.A., M.A., Brown Uuiversityg Englishg 2 A 1 " : A , ' ' 1 S .' 1 . - ' ' g ' ' - Q MARY L. BOSSORT M.A., Univcrsity of Wisccmnsix11 Frcnch: Spzlnishg uppointcd 1943. H""""--'-11... ELAINE C SCHAEFFER IN ty 1 1 r 5 Hxbtmr lppumtgd 1944 HERBERT W OVIATT JR BQ MA B1twCollL L Engllgh Trulx Comb appmntgd 1944 X ,152 Q A x BA., McAllister Cullcgc: MA., U.C.L.A.g Q X ' . Un' 'crsi ' of Cz liff mm, Bc klc 'L " 1 y: - I f 1 11 4K ,Q A FSTHER SCHNEIDER Assmtmt Treasurer appomted 197C DONALD C WILSON BA M1dlar1d College MA UIl1WCfS1tj of Nebraska Mathemaucs Basketball Loaeh Tenms Coaeh appomted 1944 MRS. FRANCES BEVERSTOCR Secretary: appointed 1942, 12 SENICRS X 5' V-in X J Y x LAW Z ifg:2::::'..:E?.? ' .13-'hji Q A ,gx X! ' Q J., X 5 L X Q X 6 f I X ff f i 1 JACK RALPH KLOPPENBURC Entered Sth form Class President 9 10 11 1 Student Counc1l 9 10 11 Prefect 12 Man Trarmng 8 9 10 ll 1' Rxfle Club Art Club 8 9 Varsxty Football 9C 10C 11C UC Capt Varslty Basketball 9 10 11C Var srty Hockey PC Varslty Baseball 8 9C IOC 11C 12C C pt Engllsh Award 9 Scxence Award 8 FIYSY Honors 8 Second Honors 9 10 Class Award 10 11 1' Honorable Mentlon 11 17 Harx ard Book Prxze Kloppy 111 his Hve yeirs it the Sehool upon the Hlll has made hrmself one of the best llkeel ind most respeeted fellows III the elxss of 46 He has been presldent of the el ass tour tlmes mel xx is our hrst Student Counell member He has used hls great atbletle and seholastle ab1l1t1es to good adxantage always re ITIAIIIIDQ ne rr the top of the elass and Wlllfllllg ten letters 1D four varslty sports Jaeks reserxed mxnner and dry humor haxe always been a fine mfluence on the present senlors Lots of Good luek jaek at Harxard next year' lf X . 4 . . , , , -. 9 3 9 ' 1 . . - . ,I ual , , , , .., 1-, , - , , , - u -- a x I ' - - , , , 3 . , . . , V, , , . . , . , , -- , - V Y V A an sf 1 5 w - ' ' I i 5 4 I 9 , . , , . , , . , . , ,- , , , -. , , . . . , e.. 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N . . , 1 .N . t ,, I , 1 ,, 1 xfw 5 A 1 N w V ' Y ' 3 S 7 ' CHARLES ALBERT C UTENKUNST III und ith form f li Othtcr Il 17 Stu cnt ounti tt ll C1 un o icrs c 1 9 Foo 1 I I f Bhkct 1 toni rn ll ' Honorihlc lvltntion 9 Tuna. fontut I Chtrlit tnttrinig la lI'I'LSl1l'IlrlI1 soon httamt prom intnt in sthool lx wtll rs III his own Llass Ht la 1 hard worktr ind dtstrvtb all tht trtdit ht hiv t irntd in that pot tour ymrs In his junior yur ht ww tlttttd to tht Student Countil by his tlisi mttts During tht bthool yur butie Lxcels in rthlttits hung 1 rufulir mcmh r of the foothill htsktthill md tritk quid This past year ht wrs stlttttd lb ont of th it Llitt vroup tht Gamholitrs Ot tourbt likt my oth r diligtnt mtmher of tht tlixs of 46 ht tngigts in numcroub octrdturrituhr wit htvt won h1m the fritndbhip of many OV TRUMAN JOHNSON HEDDINQ1 JR Entered Sth form Arrow Editor I' Ledger IO I Spo E itorj lee Club 8 9 I e Cluh 8 l Bdiketba ' T ack ll rkt ont of tht moat popular of tht Seniors ind ttrtunly ont ot the. htst looking has made himself in my tritnds during his fivt yelrs it Country Day In tht fill Tru indulgts in junior Varsity football nd during the winttr it s bibkethall In the spring Mtnriita fmty not only followb that of th other hoyb but ucttndb to tht trdtk team on whith he 13 1 munxt 5, H is ilso a m mhtr of the ite Fluh ind find timt to hdndlt the Joh of Sports Editor on tht Ledger ind 1 full tditorship on tht Arvou, Tht l"nt of la exiattmt la him fimobt duly tntounttr with Htrr Fnk 1nd although Untle Htrminn btldom lout Manmt kttpb trying un dmuntul 1 h undouhttdly will nut ytdr 1tY1lt , 1 , Ent" :I ' 13155 At , -L Ll C 'lz GI" Cl h IU: 'Q lv l' J 111 Rifl Clxh , lil. ll, ll: ' thzll I . 213 ti' hall 111. 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' hl A: , -, '- '- .1 . 2' 1 1 - , ,A X '- :Z I x - u I Nw V -HS' ' -W uv 4 7' , 4 ' , QS c t ' " " 2 2 '. 15 VICTOR LOUIS HESSE Entered llth form Chess Cluh 11 15 if e 1 I 1 1 Baseball IIC PC' Sclence an Math Prize 11 Vlt has only httn at Country Day tor tvto ytars hut ht has mxdt 1 remarklhlt rttord for hrmstlt I'It IS Lltlllllttly tht smartest studtnt of tht physxts and thtnustry tlasses and 111 rttoUn1t1on ot hrs tltntlht proxxtss Vlt was mtrdtd tht Stlcnee and Mlth pr1.t rn h1s JUIIIOI' ytar Bttaust of h1s an alytltal ITIIIILI Vrt hxs httn ont of tht outstmdmq thtss pl iytrs lil th sthool Wt ill thought th It smtt V1t was suth a hram he would nt ht too good an athlttt hut 1811111 ht h1Hltd us hy holdmq down 1 hrst te im posmon on tht hase Vlt s tvtr prtstnt smlle wxll proh lhly ht III CVILICIILL it M1 mu Umvtrsmty Ohro JAMES Q UY HOWARD Entered llth form Student Councll 17 Glee Fluh 11 Auto Meth xnlcs 11 I'ooth1ll IIC PC' Trxtk IIC PC Ctptaxn lmxt 15 hy niturt a peattful mm hut tht Slght of I low Enghsh gradt 1S one thmg he tant stand Hrs almost dally tlashes wlth Mr Ovlatt rrt somt thmg to hehold 11m IS one ot the hest fullhtcks to h1t Country Day for a long tlmt w1tness tht fact that he was elected to the All Conferentt team l1st fall Come tht sprlng of 46 ht wts taptam of the tratk team turnmg 111 the hest per formantes ln tht SpI'1l'1tS thit havt heen sten Iround htrt III many a ytar In tht wmter jlm 15 clalmtd hy tht Stmor Leaguts Last fall he was elttted to tht Student Councll jamrt 15 undeclded about tolltqt hut the hest of lutk to hun wherever he goes Clth , Z: t . .. ,z d '- . ,, . , , , ' , ,, 7 , , , , . . t .- ' -. 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He has 11Iw1 1 11 1 14 he hes 1 'thc 'Ia " 'ch f I1'l'2 IQ1 d1h1'11 ', ' ' 1I1 1 111 ' I hz 1 I1.sk1I1Il ffl he I11i ' '11 s. e 11s1. . h'III11'11s1 1'1 I1111' , 1 ' I S1 115 '1 KIILI. 17 CARL FREDERIC JOHN Entered 9th form Freshman Glee Club 9 Manual Trarnrng, ll 1' Var rty Trxtk ll Man Carl rs one of tht most qulet members of the Stnror tlass but when he has QUITlt,Il'llllg to sly It usullly IS very funny or very slgnlheant Bull dog ean usually be seen lI'l elass XV1tl'1 thrt eheruble smrlt but xt never fools the boys who know hlm Btillllld that gflll IS one of the most prmkrsh mmds of the Semor elass Carl has partrelpated Ill two attlvrtres manutl tram mg md r1flt tlub and m sports he spends the fill term playmg JV football In sprrnvf Bull dog hws done a tommtndrble job of managlng the new formed traek team l iff hls COUSIII JOHN EDWARD JONES Entered 10th form Arrow Edltor 17 Ledger 1 Asst Sports Ed1torJ Chess Club Rllle Club 10 11 15 Baseball IOMC Tenms 11 1' Track I7 Class Award 11 7 Honor a e Mentloxm 10 11 1 Jonesy IS one of those guys who can make almost any sxtuatlon rnto a laughable one Hrs clever w1t eoupled Wlth the great klek Johnny seems to get out of l1re has nude hlm one of the best llked boys rn the Senror elass H15 pet peeves are guys who steal h1s Jokes and people who kld hxm about h1s age hes srxteen the youngest boy 1n the tlass In the fall and sprmq he expends hrs efforts rn tenn1s and ls one of the outstandrng players 111 the Senlor Leagues rn the wmter Johnny worked htrd and d1d a swell job on the 1946 Ar-row as an edltor In the three years he has spent here John has beeome promlnent lll the class and undoubtedly w1ll be popular wherever he goes ' A 1 1, -zu ' SA. 2 ' - V, v 1 x - v 1 ' 2 v A - 1 v - a '- K ' s ' 5 x y , J z - - , Q e 1 4 3 . ' ' 1 ' 5- . 1 W' O N Q N' 1 ' x 5 Carl plans to attend Cornell along with Fred Pritz' 1 , ' ' . 2 4 Q ' 1 10, 11: , -1 -13 .: , 1-9 ' 'bl r , , Z. 2 3 ' 5 4 x ' ' I Q , 1 ' s 2 . m . I . 5 Ax, . - ' . , , 18 CHARLES EDWARD JORDAN Entered 9th torrn Student Goyernment 10 11 rtfett -'xuto 'vietumt 1 Rifle Cluh I u o 1 lelx ll Chuelx tlunaxtd hlb very bueewstul earetr at Country D1y hy hung eluted 1 Preteet th1s year 1tttr Qtrvlnfr txxo yurb on the Student Counerl In the tour yurb h h1s bptnt here Chu k as tonbtmtly hten 1 tlab leultr Un the WI'11I'OI1 hm h htxnv 2p1r1t XKlS 1lw1ys prtaent yyhtre he played 1 stronv rwht Gu1rd In the XVIDILI' Ch lfllp turned h1 t1l1.nt to th Senlor Luguer xyhtre he yy is one of tht hwh aeorerb of tht se 1Son Uutslde of bthool hm lntertats 1re var1td 1v1at1on hemff plana to 1tttnd the UD1VLfSlty ot Vlf21H1d hut the I'l1Ll'1L he hu e1rved tor hlmself at Country Day yyont soon he forffotten THOMAS WYATT NORRIS JR Entered second through svcth eighth through IIFCQIWIIIID Semor Auto Mcehanmes 8 9 Mm ual Trumnp, 8 9 Rule Club 8 9 Football l'C Hockey I" Tc-nms 1' Track 1' Tommy rejolned Country Day last tall 1fter an ahbenee of four yearb and was xmmechately ae eepted 15 1 trlend 1nd pal to all toneerntd Its 1 well known f1 t th1t the Stnlor luneh tahles are LllVldLLl lnto two f1et1ons the uttrs 1nd the t1lkers Tom eomea under tht latter htadlng Whether lt: txtolhnu tht ylrtuta of 1 eu' or PlS5lllU judgment upon fLl'l1lHlI'lt, styleb he e1n he found ID the thlck of the mlumtnt Tommy IS of an inherently opto mlatle n1ture often xndulqlnfr 111 sueh petty day drums 1: p15 IIN' 1 phybleb test tte He 15 hea ed for Y1lt lt he ein dodvt the draft long enough 1 ll. 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A. 5 . 1 N Y V '1 1' 1's ,1 "" ' ada Q 5 I 'E 53 3 1 L ' 19 FREDERICK CHARLES PRITZLAFF II Entered Klndergarten Glee Club 8 9 IO ll 1' Rlfle Club 8 9 I0 Freddy 1S one of the oldest members or the Senlor class entermg 1n kmdergarten Bes1des possesslng the most subtle sense of humor ID the class Fred mamtams a h1gh average and never ceases to amaee h1s classmates w1th h1s unfathomable knowledge of phys1cs chem1stry and classlc mythology No sen1or wlll evcr forget Freds hems and havxs IH Lat1n 10 Howevcr hc always surprlsed Ray wlth h1s tcrr1f1c marks on h1s two week s tests Besldcs bcmq onc of the mamstays of thc Glcc Club Freddy has mamtnncd 1 high SLOYIIIU and hlgh rouhmg avcrigc 111 thc ch 1os of school lc igucs .1-' A JOHN STANLEY RAMAKER Entered Klndergarten Student Councll 10 11 I' Glee Club 8 9 10 ll 17 Gambollers ll 17 Varsxty Football 11 IZC VHFSIIY Hockey ll I7 Vars1ty Baseball 10 11C PC Honorable Mentlon 8 And here 1S one of the strong s1lent boys Sxlent that IS Harv keeps quxet unt1l he has somethlng really 1mportant to say and then mutters If under h1s breath Senously though ohnme 15 one of the n1cest guys you could hope to meet around school He was elected to the Student Counc1l 111 h1s sophomore year and has earned a rcput1t1on for bemg a hard worker and a good egg Wlth thc commg of sprmg and baseball Harv l'36g1IlS to show S1gllS of l1fe He IS a member of thc much l1udccl Gambohcrs and has developed h1s p1tLl11ll lrm throxxmg back used cintlloupcs at conccrt H looks toward Brown for college a Z 1 , v 1 1 ... , , . , . a a s ' 4 - 1 cc -- s ct -Q . . . y 3 3 1 V. , - 1 . , . . , , . 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Q Q X 2 N a, Sv 6 LEUN CARL ROSENBERG Entered 1944 unlor 'Xrrow 1' Ledger 1' ce flub ll l 'Xuto Meehames 17 e f u ll ee came to Us two years 120 and hrs never stopped unu lm' Us wlth hl skits on Ioe Smatvalc md Sflllllll A ntturrl letor mel eomedran he mike the Senror table 1 plaee of utter chaos wlth h1s sneeees The sehool has always been 1n d1re need of 1 cheer leider md Lee wlth h1s etperlence from the Bay hlled the b1ll ctpahly Hrs eheerleadmg was a great xsset 1n helpmv the tootblll and basketball teims to success W1th hrs feldy wlt Lee helped turn out many 1 humorous Speetator Bes1des these ieeomphshments hrs art1st1e trlents helped ID decoratlng many of our dmees and h1s tenor volee was always rn evldence rt Glee Club If the drift doesnt take hlm Lee wrll attend WIbCC5DSlll JOHN STOWELL SAMMOND Entered hfth form A row 10 ll 12 Edltor Ledger 8 9 I0 11 Adv Manager 12 Edltor Clee Club Lxbrarlan 9 10 Manager 11 1 8 9 IU 1 Basketball WMC Track 17 as Award IU Engllsh Award 8 Second Honors 8 10 Honorable Mentnon 9 Here we hive one of those not too rare characters tround school ohn his been drlvmg SIUCC early lntaney md has always been seen wlth it least one ar If he could rlde them Roman style he would drwe two Durmg the wmter when there w ls no basketball prretlee he would leave his motor run nxnv for a qulek ULtclXVl5 to Downer ifter assembly He thrxves on soeul l1le but hnds tlme to look over the homework md his m llllfdllled 1 good averwe Hrs woemon 1 flylllf md h1s 1et1v1t1es 1neu e Ledver md Arrou edltorshlps and mmwement of Ile files. Club ll o Vtrsltg, B1 kethmll squad o n rplre to t e me 1e1 protesslon rn at present ls H11 erm Ya and Prlneeton ' : . I A 1 1 -1 -1 GI Q . 2: A ' A' -1 Rifl ll b . L.. -- s 1 v st 1 :K I s I S 5 W Y .S y M .. 2 " " joe . 1 1 1' 1 ' " , 2 ss s s A l f -s 1 - I y' 5 1- f ' I N . A X li 1 3 1 N2 3 ,Z 35, I - 54 -'u s . 'H ' Y, Q 5 5 I ' Y - ' I 5' 1 . k 1 ""3 - S A 3 . ' f 5 3 1 , 1 1 K 1 e , A A H2 v vi xx 1 y 1 '- H- ' W - 3 4 ZX' A 1 , 1 e 2 -xo, f -1 A-X V A H , - .A 1 I N 1 . N 1 , 1 ' " A . . A 1 r , . 3 ' ' , 'a. 1 . . , ,A V , -. Chess Club IU: Auto Mechamcs 8, 9: Rrfle Club , , . :Q E- . - 1 -1 Cl 1 z ' " : , 1 1 A . , , 1. . 1 , , 1 e , 1 2 -1 D J 2- ,, ' ' - .1 , ' A' 'f1 " ' ' 'e A 1 ' C2 . ' ' ' ', ' fs 1 I ' s A s y -. s. VZ.. 2- s I 2- A-1, 1 - A , ' A f A- s - f V f I s I 1 5 5 1 1 . s ' f -'Z 'As ' ' 1 s ' ' 1 ' 1 1A 'A 1 x ' '152 A' l"1l As 'A e1 A' 1'A A -ld' D 1 ' ' ' A A ' ' 1 1, f l ' ' 'H 1: s 1 " ' 15 ' 1 ' 1 . J h LS ' 's h' ,dA'1l 1 el 1 "' A' cm sd' A g 1le1 A " . 21 FREDERIC C' EORCE SCHNEIDER Entered 7th form Student Countll ' 3 c fett 4 Glee Club 1 MlDlldl TYHIIXIIIL 9 Rlllc Club 9 10 V1rs1ty Footb1ll 10 11C 1 C Var Ba ltetb1ll 8 C 10C llf' 11 1t X flly ritlt Ertd xxho h1s 1lxx1ys bttn pftdtilllllllllt 111 sthool AH'-dlfb h1s dont muth for tht tl tss 1s one of tlltll' lt1dtrs ClJlI11I1" up from tht umor Sthool ht 1mn1ttl11ttl3 xxon tht rtspttt 1nd rtx11rd ot tvtrx ont xxho kntxx lillll Fflf tortt lt Country Dix ha bttn baskttb1ll 111 whlth h h1s xx1o11 tour lttttrs llld strvtd 15 tipt 1111 of tht tt un for txxo ytars Ht ha 1lso been 1 strong 111111 on tht toot b1ll 1nd tratk squads Stholast1t1lly too Frttl ranks hlth among h1s tl1ss mtmbtrs and h1s h1d tht honor of btlng clttttd 1 Prttttt wfttr QLYVIIIU txxo QLITS on tht Studtnt Cllulltll At Country D1y Frtd s good l1iU.1fLLl humor llld tlrtfrtt 111111 ntr lm 1vt tndt 1rttl hun to 1ll MACAULAY WORTH TAYLOR Entered 10th form Class Secy Treas 10 11 I Student Counc1l 10 ll Prefett 17 lee R1fle Club 17 Vars1ty Football 10 11C 12C Vars1ty Hockey IOC 11C 17C C0 Capt Var s1ty Baseball 11 Class Axxard IO 11 Honor 1 'ln 11 1 Speclal 'Kwar s r tlllll' T Spentc Award 10 Mat upon tntry to Country Dix thrte yt1rs wo 1mn1td11ttlg. lWLLlI11k, a p1ll1r of tht sthool Ht xx ls tlttttd to tht Studtnt CQ3UIILll and tht Sktftflfy Trtlsurtr posmon hls nrst xt1r llld his rttuntd them tvtrx xt1r SIULL LYOVVIIIIIQ hlS suttess by btmfr m1tlt 1 Prtft t th1s yt1r In addltlon to tbl M1 as tl h1 tl 1ss stholl t1t1lly for tht past t r t xtars On tht 1thltt1t ntld Mat xx 15 ont ot Mr C1urths tvtn blocks of f1r11n1tt for txxo xtirs 1nd xx IS tlttttd to tdptdlll of tht hotktx ttun 1tttr p 151111 for t rtt xtar Althou M1t 1s tgultt l1'lLl rtstlvtd h1s 1ov111l Splllf 15 alxx1xs prtstnt both It st1ool llld sot11 unttlons M1t xx1l 1xx 15 1 tl Ll xx trtvtr xt 1ox upon lt1x1n1f Countr D1 I I 1 1 if My 1 PF' - l 1 I Q ' 7 I . . .' 1 11 1 , , , 1 1 1 1 , ,. - 1 sity s ' 1 . 9 . 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' 's, ze h' le 's 111: 11 1s'11 1 1 ' hc1 13: 'I w 1 5 I- -X ' A V2 3 A - l 1 1, s1 1 1 ,1 1 1 111 I us s 3- x s ,-- I ' ' S R s v sl 2 Q s l11' g A h 11 s. gh 11 '1 '1 Q xxv- N 3 lk U' It 5 '-4 I 1 vi vs Xxx 1 1'l 1 1 1'1lf 'A 1. 11 'l1l'1'slw 1l11tl1' 'h11 1 l1ge: 111'b 1 y 1y. 22 PETER LOUIS THORSEN Entered 8th lo 11 Ledgcr clfxlll 1t1on in r IU Gee Cu IH FICQ CI11 nu ll Tr 11111117, S 9 C 9 s othill I 1 ty 1 e 1 I r y 1r1t CIN!! r 1ty Truk llf Iwehts the or1U1n1tor of tht cl1ss1e LYPFLSSIOII You ttll me and well hoth know and mmy othtr suth mms tntertd the tllss 111 9th grlde and has hun 1 PI'0IHII1LI'lt memher ever smtt Tht 1nst1v1tor of most of tht rlots at the SLIIIOI' tlhlts Legs Thorstn llxx Lys Llll hnd 1 tontro vtrslml suhjttt Pttt hns dont well III :th guts WIIIIIIIIQ four lttttrs III two ytars dtsp1tt 1 hul lu' Peter IS the only SLIIIOI' who never took the trouhle to leirn to dr1vL hut th1 doesnt seem to phase Peathes as f1r as vlrls art Lonterned Hts undetlded a to tollege but xuth h1s dr1vt ht ll do well xxhemver he Goes WILLIAM WRIGHT TOWN E Eenterecl Kmdergarten Glee Club I0 ll Auto Mechamcs 1' Manual TTAIDIHL, 8 9 10 R1flc Cluh 9 Art Club 8 9 17 Vars1ty Track 11 1 IS another one of the old guard who entered 1n Kmdergarten Deac IS easlly recogmzed hy hls sauntermg galt and when has not walklng h s usually hwmg a struggle trylng to make h1s 4 Ford coupe run In cl1ss B111 IS 1lw ays 1mus111g h1 tlassmatts hy h1s Aw hte Mom ID reply to a tt 1thLrs qutst1on Dtat h1s long hun tht urtoon It of the ellss md ht put hm talent to wor 111 Art Club In athletlcs B111 leans towlrd tntk hung ont of the top pole vaulters of the squad Deat wlll he a weltomt addmon to the Frtshman glass at YV1stons111 nut year 25 : I FI 1 ' . 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Q ., , -2 , 's 1 ' 2 ' , 2 ' s 's ' ' k ' 2 X I I I 5' I I T , T' K I ROBERT WILLIAM WATERMAN Entered Kmdergarten Class Treasurer 9 Stu dent Goxernment 10 11 1' Prefect I Ar r w 17 Ledger 10 11 17 Glee Club IO 11 1' Gambollers 11 17 Chess Club 17 Auto Mechanlcs 17 Football IIC PC Hockey IOC 11C 17C Co captam Tenms 9 IOC IIC 17C Bob has chmaxed h1s career at Country Day w1th a Prefectshlp ln h1s senlor year He has been a class leader ever srnce h1s entrance at Klndergarten age He spends hrs fall season as end on the football team and has the d1st1nct1on of klcklng a Held goal from the thlrty five yard l1ne 1n the M U S game DUFIHQ the wlnter term he lndulged IH puck chaslng and was hockey co eaptaln III h1s sen1or year Bob s doubles contnbutxons have pulled the tennls squad out of many a hole He has been a member of the Ctmbohers for two years 1nd has part1e1pated 111 Chess Club Brown IS lucky to get a young man of Bobs athletxc and seholastle ab1l1ty ROBERT EDWIN WENZEL Entered 10th form Ledger 11 1' Rlfle Club 10 Art Club 10 Varsity Football IWC Varslty Hockey 11 1"CM Varsxty Track 11 1' Durlng the three years that Bob has spent 1n the Semor School he has accompllshed much both 111 and out of school Although he started Country Day 1n kmdergarten he left and returned to us ln D15 Sophomore year Contrary to the popular consensus of op1n1on Bob IS not 1 seeond E1nste1n but h1s many 1nvolved questlons and speclal cases have glven both Mr Church and Mr Waterman mnumerable gray halrs Thls fill Bob played on the footbtll team and mn the wlnter be managed the hoekey team for Mr Church Bob 1s one of the schools flylng enthuslasts and 15 lookmg t college vnth an a1rport but wherever he goes h wlll make a go of lf V . 3. , , , -. -. 0 -1 , , -1 , , -. , -g -1 -. , .. . , , - ' L N , , , - . I . . I . HK 3 A A 3 A , , , . . . E. ' , , . '-' ' . . . . . . , . ' . . , -. , - 3 . , ... 3 1 . ' 1 . 5 3 7 1 1 7 1 s A , 1 s ' . z 1 - ' w I 5 3 ' 3 1 1 f K ' 2 t or a y' - ' - w s - s s e . ' c. 7 L Front Row le t to right F Schneider S jefferson YV Towne P Thorsen C Gutenkunst Sammond Second Rou, C john R Wenzel F Pritzlafl' M Huebsch L Rosenberg Third Row R Waterman I jones V Hesse j Ramaker Fourth Row Howard M Taylor T Norris C ordan T Heddmg The '46 Old Clothes Day was marked hy the short notice given to the participating seniors. However, with the ingenuity and imagi- nation typical of their mature minds, the hoys whipped up some ensemhles out of material lying near at hand. Herewith are pictured a few of the more photogeriic numbers. 25 9 KIA IAIRD After 111 1bsenee of three ye1rs Ken L11rd returned to h1s pos1t1on as a mister 1t Country Day H15 arrwal e1me 1s 1 weleome surprlse to everyone both those who dxel mel d1d not knoyy h1m prlor to h1s le1v1ng Before Ken left he had served for SIX ye1rs 15 he1d of the H1btOfy Department In add1t1on to th1s he yyas the footb1ll mentor ClUI'11lQ all but one of those years md also tutored the basketball and traek squads At the mld term of 194W 4 Ken veas yust able to finlsh the basketball season then he left to report for the Navy From the looks of hlm Ken mu t have spent h1s three ye 1rs 111 the Navy playmg basketb1ll Lpon h1s return he took over the Semor Leaffues 1nd eompletely shovved them up the hrst few d1ys of praeuce He has also t1ken ehirve of several of the hlstory el1sses for the remunder of the year and next fall he w1ll bevm h1s old job Bes1eles th1 Ken xylll repllee Mr Chureh who h1 been e 1rry1nfY more than h1s sh 1re of the lo1el the pmt tvyo ye11's lS he 1d footb1ll eo1 h 1 job yxhleh he h1d h1ndled xylth the utmost llW1llty before he left In the short tlme that Ken h1s been lw 1ek h h1s beeome extremely p1pul1r yy1th every one 1lthouvh he eommand respeet 1t 1ll tune We re ure t 1t Ken IS la l1el to e Wlelx 1 xye 1re to h ye h1m 111 t11t e xyll ueeessfully t1ke oyer xyhere he left t ree ye 1rs wo 76 CJSE S Gy Q Q X 1 W -: fr Q Q, K X U wif L2 Top Row let to rlgllt Schwartz Grlfllth T Grossman Chapman Vsfegmann Meyer M Cushman Second Rau. Boyd Maclver Von Wenmg M1l1er Mayer W Sulllvan French Wood F1ontRom Cahrll Burlmgame Bach Chcstcr Klann G Wxnme Merker Serdel Absent HEIQE IUNIORS Because the members of the jumor Class part1c1p1tc 111 so mmy phases of school l1fe th1s class his become a strong l1nk 1n the Cham of the school The class rcce1ved three new members th1s year Rudy Mayer Bud Woody and Bob Rosenberg Thesc boys have lost no t1me adaptmg themselves to the1r new envlronment Scholastlcally the class has gamed an admlrable reputat1on pr1nc1pally through the efforts of john Meyer Charles Cah1ll and J1m Schwartz all of whom have ach1cved much rn the fleld of scholarsh1p The class showed 1ts versatxllty on the athlet1c fields For the1r work on the gr1d1ron last fall Tom Grossman Relgh Klann B111 Mlller B111 Sulllvan B1l1Wegmann and Gr1ff WIHDIE rece1ved the1r letters In add1t1on to these vars1ty letter wmners Don French Bob Chapman Paul Helse and Chapman Chester showed a great deal of promlse Aa w1nter set III B111 M1ller Relgh Klann 'llm Boyd incl Bud Woody turned the1r talents to basket ball whlle Chapman Chester B111 Weqmann and jun Schwartz braved the elements on the hockey r1n In the sprlnc Crossman md Chapman dcvote thc1r t1mc to baseball Rusty Von Wemng and Rewh Klann attach themsclvcs to thc tenn1s team and M111cr and Wegmann jom Mr Ov1atts track squad Thc jumors arc wcll rcprcscntcd on the Student COL1llL1l by john Wood Larry Maclver D1ck Crlfhth Don French Rtlwll Klann Chapman Chc tcr and Tom Grossman For the1r class oflicers thc umors clcctccl rs thclr prcsxdcnt Ch 1pm1n Chcstcr 1nd as the1r treasurer Rcwh Klann Thc UIIIUI' Clrss hrs bccn mtcnscly lctlve ID 111 11 hc1 cxtrl currlcular act1v1t1cs Almost 111 thc boys 1rc mcmbcrs of thc C lcc Club or Rrflc Club Chrprnm Q rossmm Wmme and K1 mn form half of thc C imbolrcrs ind Mcycr brossmln and Schxmrt occupy hlgh posxtlons on the Ledger at aff Thus If 15 kV1LlLllt th at thc umor C1 rss IS pI'OIl'llI1t.Ilf rn cvcry lLf1V1Iy vxh1ch the school offers Thc 1.1155 as 1 vuholc la cxtrcmcly 1IlQlUSU'1OUS coopcrrtrvc as wcll IS mtcrcsted lil the wcltarc of thc school Thcrefore w1th v1v1d mcrnor1cs of plst rccompllshmcnt md wcll formed plans for a successful fu turc thc Class of 1947 uw nts the LOUTIFIQ yc ar vnth mod st conhdence 28 - , . 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H Huebseb Oyxatt Howlmd R Kloppenburg Bell futler Hanson M Reuter Gute G Meyer Seeond Row R SLlll1Xll'l Rove MLGLIITC Noyes Vsrllmms Slllelllf Welgell A Toepfer Llllyd1hl Front Rau Frcnt el Crlttenden T1te Vvyse S Swrsher S1n1th I.fi5li1I1 B1 ehoff xlvlfldklll' Enzer .SOPHO WOR! S The ofheers tor the class of 4Q th1s year were Arthur Smlth and Steve Sve1sher presrdent and seere tary treasurer respeeuvely Art has done well ID representrng the elass and presldmg at the meetmgs, and SILVIC eertamly has done 1 hne job of taklng our money away from us Three new boys Herman Frentzel Bob Tate and George Meyer jomed us th1s year brmglng our number to 79 and makmg us, 1t present the seeond largest elass IH the school In February thlrty ive pereent ot the Student Counerl was made up of Sophomores These repre sent1t1ves of ours vnhom vye stlll llke 1n splte of the many demerlts they have grven us are erry Bxsehoff Drek Crlttenden Norbert En er B111 Howland Bob Kloppenburg Steve Svnsher and Carl We1gell Seholastleally vee are headed by Frank Wyse who vxlll probably also take top honor ID the sehool agaln th1s year He ls folloveed by Ron Ron Laslon 1nd Drek Crlttenden two exeellent sehollr Our elass IS also vvell represented on the athletxe Held Autumn found tour Sophomores, Klop penburg Reuter Ov11tt 1nd Svx1sherl1bor1ng under Mr Churehs md Mr Hughes dlrectron on the V1rs1ty footb1ll squad DUFIIIQ the vunter We eoulel yy 1teh Maury Reuter 1nd Art Toepfer our st1r b1sketb1ll pl 1yers pl lylli reQul1rlyf rn the A uunes Among the more promlnent members of the B te 1m were lm Vkflnelsor erry Bls hoif Bob qlllelill' md Bert Ov11tt who often got IIIIO e A lame 1 xx teye Svnsher proyed to fur must outstm Inu mem er on t o ey l'1l1 U1 he xy1s jorne on t e rst strxnu rm 1 r aer ll t 11n xy n n ff the selu 1d xx1s lnju 1 Kloppenburv E1rl L1llyd1hl U1 lll Hou 1nel 1NU p 1y ome yery hne He y o un1te ue e1nnot turn tune torxx 1r t e e o t s o e oxxever prlnv xxlll prob1bly e uepler vlatt 1nd Klopp nburv pl iyllll' some ste 1r b1 e 1 UI Reuter L1llyd1hl and Frent e runnuw t err feet 1nd he 1d off on the tr1 le te IIN Cflftell en U1 Sul her yylll 1e11n Hilli 1 ueee fu u s e 1m llllflllll on the tenms te 1m e feel elulte prou mt our reel r 1 op ornores iI'l 1re oo 1nvtorve1r to 1n even more sueee s te un1orye1r rn prte of Mr Xxjlleflllill weometry 1nd Mr Chureh ehemlstry 79 l 1 sl . 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H " ' , s ', " Q 'ste T ' ', 0 " .Q e , Q" N 3 ' . 'llz Qs-ball, 1 d ' 1, ' 'Q ,' ' :'l. 'N h" H Q 'Q s ' IC 'Q . ' ' dr Q el Q "s ' " Rfk' 1 e 1 s l do ble' ll b' 1 ' 1 ' " 'Q . W' V dm' "1dQsS h "Q di fl lee' 'Qd Q " ' xl bl A "Q ,A s ' ' . Q ' Q 's 5' 1 ' Q . , ' 's ' ' Q '. Top Rou le t to 'rzght Van Dyke Good 1ch Kalser Delfel T Frank Taft Cron ames Erskxne D Wenzel Second Rom R Frank Baekus Murphy P Meyer Sokol C Norr1s ohnson Blume Walton Hettwer Lown Duecker Front Row Krueger Swlgart XVollaeger Kuelthau Bruce Squxer Reuter Baumga tner L Grossman Ge ser Absent Brlte FRFSHWFN For some people thlrteen 15 an UNLUCKY numb r but for the Freshm in Class It was very lucky for that wis the number of new boys we gamed It th begmnxng of the year thus brlnglng our class total to thlrty four and makmg us the largest class IH school We were well represented m athletlcs both 1D Jumor League Football and 1n jumor Varslty where ,hm Reuter and john Gesser stood out especlally Although the majorlty of the class members played 1n jumor League Basketball a few led byJ1IT1 Reuter an all around player were on the Varslty Most of the Freshmen out for hoekey played 1n the Junlor League but on several occasxons Pete Kuelthau and D1ek Walton represented the Freshmen rn a few Vars1ty games W1th baseball and tenn1s st1ll 1n the ofling lt 1S certarn that the class w1ll contrxbute as much 1n these sports as It has done xn the others W1thout cla1m1ng to be prophets we can safely say our class w1ll help greatly to mamtam the schools fine athletlc record W1th sueh athletes as j1m Reuter Bob Lown and john Gesser Ph1l Krueger and Pete Kuelthau and others we cannot lose Important as are sports programs they are secondary to scholastle records The class 1S led 1n seholarshlp by Henry Blume and Tommy Frank wh1le Jick Bruce Carl Hettwer Chuck Squler and Coleman Norr1s are names wh1eh often appear on the honor roll Gne of the blg events of the year was the Freshmen Sophomore pull where we lost vallantly For a t1me xt looked as though we would bapt1 e the worrled Sophomores due to our super1or1ty III num bers but the welght of the Sophomores prevalled and we recelved the bath mstead A rel1ef from the hazmg of the Semors came to Us when we 1n1t1ated the Exghth Form 1nto The Royal Order of Mukl From the begmnmg of the sehool year unt1l Thanksglvlng the SEDIOFS kept us on the run The burnlng of our caps ended the per1od when the cry FRESHMAN' BOGK BAG' loomed heav1ly over us Agam the members of our class entered whole heirtedly 1nto the d1fferent act1v1t1es the majorlty Jomrng the Rlfle Club followed by the Glee Club Manual TTEIIDIHQ Art Chess and Publlcatlons Whlle we are on the subject of act1v1t1es perhaps xt would be well to mentlon our soclal l1ons led by Frenchy Bruee W1thout a doubt the class of 1949 w1ll be heard from more and more as If progresses through the sehool 30 V V . 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I , V ee M ' , ' ' , -' -e Tl Top Rou le t to rzght D1l1ens lvlellon C' Schnelder Ward D Swlsher Carpenter Wemrden Vmedale Hlpkc Seeond Rnre Reee Horner Nan Antwerpen Breslauer K WINNIE MaeDona1d Hu ton Beluu Front Rau Pntton Tallmidec YVe11 G Toepfer Bourne Puehner North Hall Absent Pakcnham Schaaf PIGHIH FUR W The Elghth Form 1s twe11ty seven strong after havmg weleomed seven new boys durmg the term The new members are B111 D1ekens Bob Hall MacDonald D1ek Mellcun Dan Sw1sher Norm W1g dale and D1ck We1l The elass 1s proud to clalm full admlttanee 1nto the Royal Order of Muk1 an anelent SOCICYY of the sehool The ma1or1ty of the elass were members of the unlor League Football squad uneler the superv1 s1on of Pete Thorsen and Norbert Enzer Fox Po1nt felt our strength when they vtere defeated 7 19 but alas we IH turn lost to R1chards 196 Under the strategle eoachmg of Mr Ramaker and Mr Wllson our basketball squad has turned 1nto hne athletxe mdtefl 11 The E1ghth Form agam dlsplayed the1r athlet1e provxes 1n defeatlng Fox Po1nt 16 14 Kearney Carpenter Puek W11rden Dav1d Tallmadqe and Dlek We1l 1re our artlsts on ICL on the Hoekey field Our solmsts are Ceorge Toepter ohn Patton and Norm Wlgddlb and others who eannot boast of food vo1ees make plenty of Iltllat. 1n R111 Club where there 1s a goodly spr1nk11nv ot eh1mp1ons Sehol1st1e1lly speakmv we bow to 1 f1ne pereentlge of boys who have mdorned the honor roll F1rm1y bel1ev1nQ that all work md no p11y has ICS draw ba ks the Elehth Form has planned a get together w1th Downers fur sex The ellss eleeted D1 k Bourne as pres1dent George Toepfer 1 v1ee pres1dent and Alfred Puehn as seereury and treasurer Th1 ell of 1941 prom1ses 1 vreatness 111 the tuture by 1t enthu11st1 and h1eh1y sueeesstul begmmnr 31 Y- f Y I e' , 1 , .. , ' , . e . , , ,. , K h 7 ,. . , . ,. , . . s. , , . , 1. 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N' ,af ,nr J STUDE N 7' q,QNlY.RNl'IEA!f V V ..- x we -F Gig PREFECTS Le t to Tlghf F Sel'1l1EldCI' Kloppenburg Taylor ordan XX lterlnln STUDPNT GOVFR VWIFNT Student government at Country Day IS IH the hands of a Student Councll and a board ot Prefects The Counell members are eleeted by the lndlvldual elasses and the Prefeets for each year are seleeted by the outgolng Preteets of the prevlous year the seleetlon belng subjeet to the approval of the fae ulty Other Prefeets are ehosen by th Prefeets already ln ofllce The operatlon ot the demerlt sy stem IS noyy one of the ehlef eoneerns of both COU11L.ll members and Prefeets COl1Ile1l members lre empowered to QJIVL demerlts to any offender agalnst a set of rules lnstltuteel 111 194 The Prefeets aet as judves Ill respeet to demerlts deeldlng yxhether or not the offender ls Uullty and hoxx mlny elemerlts should be lsslgned The system has teeth 111 It for ll my boy reeelyes more th in hve demerlts Xkltlllli L two xxeelc perloel he ls reelulred to tlke hls tfter lny boy re lehes 1 totl of t lrty elnerlts le lb p lee on prowltlon t en must slt 111 the front of the stu y lll lil itten ll We nesdly lfternoon lil ltur ly IHlJI'lIlI1Q' sesslons Upon le eumu ltlng hlty elemerlts l woy ls expe le Hoyxeyer ellleflfn eln e yyor e o elsly The tu nt only his to reeelye no denlerlts for 1 tvyo vyee s perlo ln adelltlon boys who hlye not had lny elemerlts fur tour Xkeelis ire Ulyen ln ltternoon off in lt t e n of ede term 1 full lX o ls vlven to tlose who hike had le thin nv demerlts yylthln the all f f : , ' ' , . . ,J . . "1 1 , T 1 . J l , 'm 5 v 1 I . 3 . 5 ' 1 f 1 . '. 3 3 5' . 4 ' W ' D 3 N ' V3 ' ' , s ' A - s ' - y -1 - ' ' 'ss 1 ' 4, , v - - w v -W - - f A f ' Q s s ' - ,- ' V s s '- - ss ' -A . ' 'A S 7 ' Y W I 3 5 V I ' 3' . . A ek e . ' - I T ixxw - I - f V Ns V x S- 3 3 D 1" - v N T J- 5 M u e -. s , '- 5 ' 1 Q , s s ' - - s 2 1-'K s q - 1- s - ss ' ' X '- Q Y H-1, VW: 5 2 T x s w - 1 7' I R vww 5 I , 4 A' 5 I 5 2 ' 2 N f noon exercise by walking around the track rather than participating ln regular sports. Also, when a ' ' 'Uma al Ah' 'd' VQ,l"' lzwel lil .He h' ' S" " A ':d'h: :dl 'elzl 'd':z'z" zdSa dz' 'A :. 4" - li 'A ' "Jai V' 'lrel 'J 'Q ba ' lvel ffwjlx as d: l" 2" 'a'e":'e ' 2-3 ,ada heed ""h N Q' day' ff"h'r lm' awe ass 1 'J ' "1 'A' 5 . STUDENT COUNCIL Stanclmg le 1 111 rzght C hcster Frxttcndcn Welgcll T GFl1NNmdI1 Hllwlfd Maelxer Wdter1111n R 1m 1kcr Blxthoff efferson Gfllfllh .Seetmd R011 S 'Swlgher Freneh Klum F SLl1I1ClLlCl' urdtm Kloppenhurg T1yl11r Wu11d Gutenlcun t Fmnz Rom Howland Squxer T Frank Enzer R Kloppcnhurg, term One of tht dutxeb of memhers of th COUDLll IS tdlilllf, ehdrqe ot Study Halls O11 Frldays the Counell meets tu thseuss problems reldtlve to the t.lBClCIlt d1reet11m of the Study Halls Durmg these meetmgs l9QlSld.t1OD ecmneermng .imendmentb to the CUDSt1tUtlOfl 15 LODS1d6I'6d for the school IS con btfmtly try1ngt111mpr11ve student government An example of th1s endeavor 1S the amendment of the C11r1st1tut111n 111tr11duetd to the C11ur1e1l hy the 6Ll1lJI'a of the Ledger e1meerr11nv the rem11v1l of un worthy memhtr of th C11u11e1l A3 11 re ult of thu md s1n11lf1r le111sl 1t11111 elauses of the C11115t1tut111n yxhleh haye proved elum y or uutmoded are removed 111' eorreeteel mtuelent 1f11yer11me11t n1u t dlxx 1yN IH 1rm1111y xuth the Vl yy of t fdeu ty t e refeet: meet xut heulty n1tmher5 1t Lille et11re t e 11u11e1 meetlllf' e lr feet vt 1 1 III 1r1' 1 e mt e Leduer 111mtry D1y h Bphb th1t tuelent 1f11wer11me11t la 1 1111 11111 t xy 1r N It 11111 t upery1s11111 ut t e 1pl111t 1t t 1 1 m r 11 111 t1e tr11111111f 1 t tu ent IIT reprt t11t1 e 1'11XtI'I1IIkIlI Il mx t 1t ent 1'11yer11me11t ll 11e11me 1 11' 1 1 xxt e t11t xx 1 y11te vu e e ex 11 tme 111 Ile 1r1ee 111 er 11 111 fl ute t lLlITllIll tr1t11 Il 15 ' '- ' 2 I I , , ' , " , . ' , 1 , ' ' , ' ' 1 , 2 1 , , l 1 ' 'I , ', 1 .I '-l- .'.2 1 1 x . 5 1 M 'if Q I 3 C 'l 4 1 I Y W ' 5 1 ' A I 3 l I 4 ww S 'I Y 3 ' . x - +5 V 3 W 5 2 . r ' ' ' 's A c '. " '5 ' 'Q "' 'ga' ," ' A ' " ' As ' ' , " ' 5 ' 'z 'J hs' hz ' " ' 'e 's ' he A' ' l ', h' P ' " " h -2 ' ' ' ' 'Q l 'h lv- ' h' C "l "' Ns. Th' ' c"' 'h1 's ' ch1 ,Q of thc meeting then 111tx11r111s the Cuuneil 11f th: attltutlc uf the' f.1culty'. The' 1111tcs uf every' mce't111g are puhf l'5h'd ' h' I, . C 1 2' 1 " 1 5 1' , " ' " 1112 13' N 11 'Q el: 'S , als: he 5 ' 'J' 5 h' elisc' ' '1 A he seh1111l hy' the nc he S1 'th1'sel1f111l,1 1.1 l' 1' A ,1f he 5 el' S ' 'S' 2' tix" , " ' . VVc li 1 ' hz stuel' 5 " ' ln l " ' .11 111t',r11l 1.1rt lllk fch1111l ht", :md " hwp' l. it '1ll zd '. 1" 'th th' y".1rs. .15 '51 'rl' " 1 el l ' 1 1"sQ 111' tr141l 1 tl ' r 1' C4 I T ll ltr A 5 1 P . f'N ,,... ' in ""'-f 4 gc VU XVI T155 nk I I! SE FP .i?" A' 4 L LE N is fx ' fi U I WNZZQ Gai, 'E I x l ARROW EDITORS Letto r1g,l1t Sammond M Huebsch Heddmg ones THF ARROIV As IH past years the work that vtent lnto the publ1tat1on of the Arrott was one of the greatest tasks of any extra eurrleular attmvlty at Country Day Sthool It vxas hghtened somewhat however by the thorough advance orvanx itlon done hy the tvxo ed1tors Mannle Heddmq and ohn jones They were asslted IH th1s task by the two assltant ed1tors Monte Huebsth and john Sammond Also to be gwen credlt are john Wood the advertlsmg manager vxhose elhuent beforehand organ1zat1on of ad vertlsement sohextatlon enabled the Arrow s advert1s1ng quota to be filled hy the Hrst week rn March to Bob Waterman the busmess manager whose lnherxted Vermont frugahty enabled the books of the Arrow to come out ID the bla k for a ehmge and to Robb1e W1ll1dmS the mdxspensable memh r of the staff always ready to leave everythmg at th drop ofa hat and take more rnformal shots around the school shots that make up the bulk of the Arrou photographs The Arrow staff was helptully Qu1ded by the ablt a srstante of Mr Devme the ed1tor1aladv1sor and M155 Bossort the busmes advlsor Also to be glV n tredlt are suth boys as Bob Sulhvan and Carl 38 f f : . , . K , ,J t. 1 - ' s- V - V, ' '- ' y 1 I - ' f. ' - ' ' , . . V ' , -. . 1 . , , .P . 5 . . . 3 'K V rv e J ' V r . . . 1 V X , . 3 Q , . , K . - , . , , m x , , - , y 5 S c 2 , 7 ' , 3 e . , . , , ' , ' , , C ff .. f f s , s ' v '- -1 y ' , - ' f -s ' x ' ' ' f M ' s t . , , , s . e HRROXV STAFF Bac Rau Let to Ruth! Grlfhth VN ltermm Vvood Sxmmond Sullnm R Hucb ch M Front Rou Von Vw enlnf., Hecldmy, Mr Dexme ones Vvxllnm Wexgell who loddxng asxdc used much of thclr tlme to sollclt an cxccptlonllly large qumtlty of advertlsements The Arrow IS an attempt by the members of the Senlor Class to portray the essentlal atmosphere of hfe at the School upon the H111 The annual 1S composed of formal plctures of the varlous classes actlvltles and sports at MC D accompanled by candld shots of the horse play and other between sllghtly larger than ln prevlous years wrltten by varlous students proficlcnt ID wrltlng dblllty BE4ld6S the mcretsc IH WYIIIDQ materlal there have been no radlcal changes m thls years Arrow except an lncrease ln Sl e due to the relaxatlon of all government re trlctlons on publlcatxons Now the Arrou IS back to more th m IIS pre war SIZE The Arrow stiff hopes that this years Arrou has glven an accurate and faithful portrait of llfe at MllXXlUkCC Country Day School a portralt that wlll bring luck IH future years fond mcmorles of the Alma Mater to the Clas of 46 39 '--V f 1 : ' A . '1 1 , ' , fa . ' ' 'Q , ., S' , , class activities of the student body. Supplementing the photographs is a quantity of writing material, Y K- ' , ' ' ez ' 'z X '. ' M 's " ' "' ' . ' ' X 3 2 ' - ' . ' s ' . LEDGER EDITORS Le t to Rrght Heddmg Sammond Grossman T Hueh eh M Meyer THI' LFDGPR To those untortunites who tre thus far unaequalnted wxth the xns1de dope on Country Day student llle the Ledger ls just mother h1 weekly pllbl1L,dt1OI1 But the Ledger has guned 1 more respected and valued posltlon 1n the every day' run of affalrs at Country Day The staff memhers reallze when the1r dutles have ee lsed that eontrlhutlnv to the Ledger his meant somethlng to them ln that they have guned valuahle experlenee 1n wr1t1ng and more lmportant they have taken plrt 111 a well estahllshed 1et1v1ty that of reeordmg the h1story of Country Day Th1s ye xr several new features were lneorporated lnto the Ledger Tom Crossman one of the HSe1St2lIlt edltors has taken eharge of the Exehanqe Column In th1s eolumn he has hrought to the attentlon of Country Day students the hest features from and eonstruetxve erttxelsm of the ptpers whleh are put out Another feature the Lxterary Column has been revxved hy ohn Meyer Rev1ews of eurrent hooks are present ll'l thls eolumn as well as revmews of most of the plays produeed 111 M1lWdUkeL The tvyo 1rt1eles on musle are h lek 1l'1 the Ledger The Cl 1sS1eal Column VNTIKILIT very ahly hy Ch mrles Cahlll und Don Freneh eontuns 1l1l'OI'l'UdtlOI1 on the Ch lpel mus1e and also odd hlts on sUl'HC of the more popultr eltssmeal works The artmele wr1tten hy Rusty von WLDIIIQ 1 full of mnformxtlon on th lntest Xses ohn Sammond mel Monte Hueh h have clone a wood Joh of SUpLI'V1SlI1U the Ledger wrxtmg the edl torlals md ed1t1nw the piper These edltors deserve more than the mere mentlon they recelve 1n th1s artxele They hrve done 1 llllt. 1oh a job only appreemated hy those who have heen workmv alorw xylth them on the Ledger 40 f " 2 ' . , .. , .. s' , .. , ll. - 1 4 44 1 ,ss i .Q . 1 5 .f H . ' I xi. 2 5 5 v 2 y -V I V y I r - I , f . , I 5 r I 3 xl 'v ' 3 'WR 3 ' ' - I is W 2 3' 5 ' K i I ' s y f - K 2 ' , I f e sl- s ' -. -Q ' ' ' x , ' , H 4 ' , - 1 ' 1 Z w I ' f e . '- e 2- ' ' , f ' - ' K , ' ' - . b if 3 5 ' H S 3 A . 5 Y ' l 3 '- 1 I , I - 1 x 1 v y I - x 1, q lw x K y 1 x . 1 1 x x 5' W A ' ' D 3 ' I 4" 5 Z 5 " ' 7 hy other schools in the East and MidfWest. The Ledger has an exchange list of ahout twenty papers. -. s ' '- - 2 , , s R, - s f -s ' A - ss. ' 'z 2" 3 T . 5 ," ' ' z ze' ' ' 1 H - , ' 1' 5 ' ' ' ' r 1 ' "2 ' ' " ' ' z 'z 1 'jazz' "1 ' P ' ' ' ,'s' " 1' e 2 ' e1"':. J 1 1 Y ' sc ' 1 H D ' 3 ' ' g ' , ' ' x V ,Mb gui. xr 1 xx 3. i.. D ' 4' 3. 3 y 2 x N 2 -V 3 I ' v ' 5"' Y V 'S 7 ' S Bw ' . 7 1 5 , 5 , , , O ,U LEDGER STAFF Front Rau let to raght T Gro man M Haaeh eh Htddane Sanarnond Meyer Bae Ron Sehwart ones Mr Dexane Vwaternaan XonVvenany, ohn Meyer and Tom brossmtn as tssastant elllltafs have more than thelr respeetave feature artaeles to xyrate They are often ealled on to do the numerous odd aohs always present on a paper ohn Meyer has heen the work horse typast mdeed ohn has spent many after sehool hours and nlghts poundmg the keys an order that the Ledger mlght eome out on tame Also of great assxtanee 1 Mannae Heddmv the Sports Edator who puts out an up to date sports seetlon However the real work horses of the Ledger the very steady and always helpful ones most responsxhle tor the Ledver are Mr Devlne our faeulty advlser and Ray Callan the prlnter Mr Dewane ls the man to whom the entxre staff at one tame or another Woes for advaee an vxratanv or edatmg the artleles He has the large Joh of proof re adang the entxre Ledger and voanv through the galleys math a Ene tooth eomh The Ledger staff ls also very mueh andehted to Ray Callan Ray alvx tys manages to have the Ledger out on tame to have the paper set up quaekly and to do tn exeellent joh ot prantang the Ledger t 1r hu ane s Dae Cmthth the e eaent Usllles manager ten tot e aeeounts ot th Ledger and keeps hoth the Ledger and the Arrou out of the red lam Qehxx art the advertlslnaf manager also ha hls share of xxork He has maantaaned all through the year the nee ssary quota ot a oxxexer ha een a 1 ted hy yaraou memhers ol the Student Body an ad Ullelt at1on The Clreulatlon Department he ad d x Peter Thorsen and Rohert Weaa el ha ats work T r the mo t part onhned to endlnv out the Le ger exery other Wedraesd ay H mever they also haye the eluate eomplex Joh of keeplng up th address last of all alumna and parent tht e xarauu epartment tovet r ma ne x ry ea nt tt xx le 1 vne at xxorle taary We and proelueed eluate an tdmaralwle paper al Qt W f f 1 , ee f , . 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GLIF CICB This year as 111 the past the Clee Cluh ag 1111 h1s proved itself one of the mo-t popular 1et1v1t1es offered at C D The eluh was eomprised of some forty VO1CCb the m1jor1ty of vth1eh helonved to underelassmen xx ho eomhined with 1 sm 1ll l1UeleL1s of last ye 1r s veter1ns formed 1 vtell h1l1need 1QvfreQ1t1on M11eh of the eredlt for the Cl Cluhs eontlnued sueeess helongs to Mr C1 1yton who hls finished his seeond ye1r 1s direetor Mr Cl 1yton s 1ff1hle H1lIlI'lt,I' of l1ll1Lll1I1Q the group 1nd his exe llent knowledge of lnusle eontrihuted not only to the eluh s sueeess hut Llso to its popul 1r1ty We must not overlook our VlVle10Us aeeomp 1n1st Miss Noyes whose p1t1enee and kill h1ve eontrlhuted gre 1tly to the eluh s sueeess He lllllli' th1s ye lf s list of pLI'fUI'Il1lllL,LS w1s the annu1l eomhined eoneert with Downer Semin 1ry held on M1reh lv 1nd 16 Among the most popular of the songs rendered hy the eomhlned Clee Cluhs were Serv mt a popul1r nevro spiritual R'1t1n1f hi 1h arnonv the seleetions offered hy the hoys were Cl1m1n Up the Mountain 1 Nohle Cnn arrangement of an old spiritual and Forever Free a powerful and movinff pieee eelehratinv the newly won peace of the Netherlands Amonv the other outside eoneerts ffiven hy the Cl Cluh was the one before the Wh1tef1 h Bay Women s Cluh on Mareh 6 This pertornianee was eonsidered more or less of a dress rehearsal tor the Downer Coneert and although the songs were not 1 polished as in the latter eoneert the affur was eonsidered highly sueeessful Soon 1fter the eoneert 1t Downer the eomhined Clee Cluhs presented 1 provnm for the Womeli s Cluh of W1bel7I1SlI1 in xuhleh the s1me numhers sung If the Doxx ner Coneert were repe lted These songs were reeeived with a Qre1t de 1l of enthusi 1sm 1nd given with 1 gre1t deal of ple 1sure The 1941 46 se ison h1s heen 1 mo t eventful 1nd enjoy 1hle one and the memhers of this year s Clee Club vtill look haek with pride and Great ati f1et1on upon their 1eeompl1shments IH this ehoril orginl ation 4 1 4' T 1 J 7,1 f . . -. 4 ff - ' s A s y -, 1 I ' ' v v '- 3 he e . 1 -I x , ',' 'X " 1 2 'rs " 'v': ',2:,' rz'1fzz'f1K,jz'. 51' 'z 2 ' 1' . . 1 'Q Q 1 1 1 ' 1 'K 'K 4 Q ' rye . -4- - 4 N V H 1 ix 1 --ws , L ' N R I 7- x k 5 - 2 -' - 1 ww 1 ' , - V W:, N 2 ' S wx f 5 ' z x N ' nn x Ne y 3 1 'V M N13 . ey ' h '- .1 'K ' 4 t A 2 -e 2 , I 2 s ' - -s ' s 1 ' I V, e 1 H - ' 3 ' 3 f 5 1 3 4 W ' S X 5 1 3 Fred VVar1ng arrangements of the hzautiful and inspiring "Onward Christian Soldiers" and "Set Down N 2 , 2 D . 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'ze' . 2 GLIQF CLUB CONCERT The blee Club Concert Ih1S year fully measured up to the excellent performances of the past The male volces under the dlrectlon of Mr Clayton rendered several numbers of varled theme In cluded among them were hymns spxrltuals and folk songs The Downer Glee Club then sang numbers of a s1m1lar nature The cl1max of the evenlng was the rendltlon of the combined Glee Clubs who sang a number of splrltuals and favorites Gwenne Du quemln gave an excellent arrangement of Romany Llfe accompamed by both organizations The Gambollers proved the comedy hxt of the evemng w1th thelr arrangements of old barbershop favorxtes 43 O 1 4 4 w a s . 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Th' 1Il1h1s 'Q' ill,1l'11 hz pu Sl hs , 5 AUTO MECHANICS Bac Row Let to Rxght Helse Waterr11ar1 Mr Cooper Frentzel Seeond Row ordan Rosenberg R Van Antwerpen Grossmm Maclver Cahlll Front Row Hanson Puchner Carpenter Towne MaeDonald Rosenberg L AUTO MPCHANICS Thrs year Cal Cooper s auto meehunes eourse showed eons1der1hle merease 111 the numher of hoys deslr mg to work on 6Ilgll'lt.S Unfortunately the el 1ss was restrleted to those hoys who had the Wednesday fourth perxod free however the numher interested would undouhtedly have heen far too large for the equrpment avallahle lf everyone had heen 1hle to joln In the present memhershlp every form except the nmth IS amply represented Mr Cooper condueted h1s auto eourse 111 a fashlon srmrlar to 1 regular aeademle eourse mstead of a eome when you wlsh act1v1ty Thrs method of OI'g3.I11Zdt1OI1 was strmulatecl by the faet that a number ot phys1cs students was requ1red to attend elasses A a result Mr Cooper explamed thoroughly each 1n drvldual pleee of the enqlne 111 order that perrodre rests ould he fuven to those veho were usmv the elass as a lahoratory The equlpment used w1s old The prlnelple projeet tor the year xx 1s to rehullel mo tors eompletely and to m1ke them re 1dy to run Thr yyor presented qulte 1 prohlem slnee ID my of t hoys were entrrely un 1ee1u11nted mth the 1etu1l IUIU mo 1le Hleellllllamw R 11 rn tns tlet Mr Coopr LlVL1'LLl 1 serles of eture rn t e 1 v r1 ost the ntlre hrst e ester o to preplre pupl s for the yy urle to etmle 46 l lg + f ' : , , . 4, . 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TR 41 N IN G Tht mam purpost ot mmual tra1n111g 15 to g1V6 the hgys who tnjoy VVOI'lClI1Q xuth wood and metil but who do not havt tht nttded tqmpmtnt at home a thamt to pursut thur 1HtLI'LafS Cal Cooptr who 1 tht mbtruttor h lp the hop vuth thur work and sus th it thq. hmxh what they btart Tht projettb art vantd Two hoyb j1m Burlmqime and C1rl ohn art noxx l1111bh1r1v vun ratk Ronny Luklnb porth btrttnx vthlth ht hm hun makmg 5111 L fall tike up ahout hall' of th shop However, most of tht trlftbnun art makmq smalltr artltles Somt H116 hoxxlx havt hun turned out on tht lathe thlb ytar hy btvtnl of tht hoys who hive had more urptrltntt A mu form of h1r1d1tr1ft 1 h 11111 prim Utt hy Earl L1llyd1hl xxho1 tymv trout t to ua ur1111' hm :ummtr x 1t 1t1o11 ut 71 xx 111 1 U15 frmm om tlfhth mth to er 1 t1 111 mt my would r1thtr xx rk Ill xxo 1th 1 tot III h1pt t1111 111t 1111111 Tr1111 1111 1 u ' tt 1tt11 1 111 t11111 N N11 1 1 K lX g 'lb 111 111 l -- f 1 af ' . . , , ' ' . Q . N 1 1 . 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RIFLF CI UB As 1D the past years the Rifle Club led all other activities in popularity in fact its number had to be l1m1ted to seventy due to the lack of sufhclent time for all the asplrants to shoot The big gym echoed wlth the sound of shots every activity period with the exception of Wednesday and under the able leadership of Messers Waterman Wilson and Hughes the boys were able to WIH over 50 awards from the National Rifle Association which furnished more than 7 OOO cartridges to keep em Fmng throughout the year After the coaches had looked at the ivailable material a te im was formed consisting of Hedding Miller jordan Sammond French Griffith Swisher Windsor W1nn1e and Wyse whose showmg in the National Tournament IS unknown due to the lack of any report at the time of the publishing of the that with pract1ce the Club could improve its good record Following the practlces of the past sever il years the annual rifle tournament was held to which everyone was admitted The top W entr mts 111 the qualifying round of ten shots prone went on to the more difficult positions of sitting kneeling and standmq Every year there IS some mistake made at practice that is noteworthy but this year the award for unfamiliarxty with firearms goes to both Chapman Chester and Steve Swisher It seems that J C s gun wouldn t eject so he turned it upside down and beat it on the floor sights and all Sw1sher had a gun that fired every time the bolt was closed becxuse lt was assembled incorrectly by an amateur It took Steve about five broken wmdows to re1l1 c that something vt is wrong Aside from these practlces and the promiscuou shooting ot llghtbulbs the serious work of the club has been expertly carried out and the coaches are to be commended for their fine efforts 48 J Q H 1 . . ' ' . V ' l 1 I 7 I ' ' 5 1 V . 5 1 . A A , , 2 ' ' . , ' , 3 I 7 1 ' 1 l 7 . 5 I A 7 ' 7 ' 1 I r l K Arrow. It is indeed regrettable that the curriculum provides so little time for practice, for the coaches feel . ' , , I , 4 . . ' , ' . . - 2 ' ' ' ' ' , e 7 x ' , . ' N 2 ' ' 1 ' . ' 2 ': . ' L 'z . Y I , ' N 'N I ' RIFLE TOl'R Y.4.1ll'f.Y7' IVIXXICIQS 14219 l I I I I I I -241, U41 w 1 V4-4 U43 U46 -Igmmcs ff, Smnllcy xxvllllillli R.li.1ld XX'z4ltcr F. Kicchhcfcr lhvul K. Sqlmumm Cilmrlk-5 S, Rudd Thlu 1m4. 5 N. Tutrlf Th-+ 11m.1 s N. Turrlf Illvfhdlll R, ilrimtlm Sta-ndmg l t to nght R Frank Mr Landt Towne Carpenter Seated Swlgart Hall Baumgartncr Reese ART CLUB Thls yetr Art Cluh was held on Wedxlesday afternoon durmg the last perlod of the day The hoys 111 the eluh were allowed to work on my suhjeet they chose to get 1nstruet1on on Almost all the hoys IH the elrly part of the year sketehed landscapes figures st1lll1fe 1nd w1ld llfe Mr Landt thls years eap ihle xrt mstruetor taught the hoys the teehmques of oll palntlng the knaek of stretehmg thelr own canvases and the sklll of maklng the1r own frames The hoys lnterests were varled All types of 1rt were eonstantly practlced Whlle some hoys were L1S1I'1g o1ls others were pd1Ilf1I'lU wlth water eolors or sketehrng wlth 1nk Some hoys worked w1th erayons chalk and ehareoal the year was cartoon drawlng Mr Landt brought to the weekly class cartoons from the Mllwaukee papers and the hoys copled them to heeome famrhar w1th the features of the eharacters Th1S process tauvht them the fundamentals of cartoon drawmg and made them more adept at drawlnq thelr own Some hoys lnterested 1n stlll llfe draxxmv entered the student 1rt1st eontest here 111 M1lWdUkLL In Fehru try Mr Lindt held lil art ippreelatlon meetlng it whxeh the hoys were shown colored lldes of famous p nntnws Dufllll' the bPI'lI1W months Mr Lindt held h1s llnelselpe el lss outdoors Thl yeirs xxork proved a prohtlhle and plei mt art experlenee to the hoys who 1OlI1LLl Art Cluh 50 ' gel ' I - 3 . , ' , - I ' , , v 4 712 , ' 3 3 , 5 5 F 3 ' U 3 - ,, , I es , . x . ' 2 , -f 1 ,Z - , 1 , e - U , .- , Q A , 1 f y , f 3 A 1 I A I 3 I Another phase of art which was very popular during V ' I I . . - I 1 , . 5 .. . , . . 5 -. ' - x- ' ' , ' e f yl as -. s s 5 s - ' - e 1 e ' ' , we X , . . 1 ' . . ' z ' 1 ' 4 Q 2' bn' P' x Q -5 Q ' i ' 4 1 ' 3. 's "4 " ' ' ' 'L ' I usa ' r 3' X -S 'N u V- v I 4 N l A . - w 5 SPORT5 QW? 'goin sg Q sig.. 92059 Q 0 9 '3b'90 l , zo: 0 Qytg. go, QQ'0o' el '90, 0 9. 0 Q 5,9 ' . - oo ,O L O Standmy, l t 'r ell Assrst mt Manager Vv rlh rm A rstant Coach Hughe G Wxnnxe Gutenkunst F Schncxder Chester Thorsen Vw aternr rn Ram mlecr Co rch Church Man xeer Grlfhth Second Rott T NOYYIS eflerson VNC H1 mn R Kloppenburg Kloppenbure T Grossman Mlller Klann R Wenzel French Front Row ordm S Swlshcr Vs Sulllvan Taylor Mayer Chapm in Oylatt M Reuter VARSIT5 FOOTBALL Last fall the football Squad jOUI'I1CyeCl to Reel AIIOXV C imp for 3 pre season CO1'1d1t1OH1I'1Q pcrmd For one week the boys tolled long and hard under the eombmed tutelage of Messrs Chureh Hughes W1lSUll and Ramaker After the 1n1t1al strffness dlsappelred the boys were fc reed to admxt they actually enjoyed the1r stay 1n the north woods After returmng to the Clty Coaeh Chureh devoted mueh tlme to pOl1Sl'l1l1Q h1s offense tlmmg and eoord1nat1on were stressed 111 praetlees The team 1tselr began to take on definxte form The startmg team LODS1St6d of Fred Sehne1der and Blll Mxller ends Maek Taylor and Charl1e Cutenkunst taekles Chuck Reuter were the halfbacks jlmmy Howard was fullbaek and Capt jack Kloppenburq was quarterbaek On the "nd of September the team opened 1ts season agamst Lutheran Hlgh Sehool The game was played xn a dr1v1ng ram In splte of the yyeather eond1t1ons however the C D offense funenoned smoothly Country Day started 1ts first seorlnv mareh when xt reeovered a fumble on the Lutheran 41 yard l1ne Reuter Howard and Grossmm earned the ball on the next five plays tearmg off 40 yards Reuter scored on an off taekle play from the one yard lrne After reeelvlng r Lutheran punt C D aqun started to march Slx smashes by lmmy Howard and Bob Kloppenburg and a reverse by Tom C rossm in brouffht the ball to the 6 yard l1I1C On the next play Bob Kloppenburg plunged mto the end one rm seored the list touehdovyn on a lme plunge from the one yard line Bob Wxternman eonverted The Hnal seore wts 19 0 The seeond Qxme or the se xson sux Country Day deteat a heavmer Lake Forest aQUrb2HU011 T7 19 IH the ground attaek the L reen and Cold held 1 slwht edge w1th Maury Reuter and Tom Grossman teamrng up 57 l ' f-W eft 0 T71 : ef: 1 1 " Ai S, ssl 1 S, . ' ' , . , . , : , , " 5 1 , 1 1 ' , 1 , , 1 1 ' . IZ . J 1 , f e 1 ., . , 1, 1, . , , . .4 . . 2 J 1 , . , '. ' , , , ' 1 , ' , . . 7 'Y 35 - 3 5 I N ' 5 ' ' . . S . . . ' . ' K ' f ' ' . ' ' T2 , N N N 9 'r 1 1 5 Q . . - . . 3 x ' 5 , 1 , I I R Q Jordan and Sam jefferson, guardsg and Reigh Klann, center. In the backfield Tom Grossman and Maury , , . , , , I - , . f y , . , - D 5 . ,I . . Q . . . 1 . S V Q - . k 4 I D' F N 7 5 I 1 T' 3 L ' -so X1 H ' r we e1 ' ' f' ' 'N 1 ' kb 1 ' ,- f . , , , . . K f f - s I ss 2 s 2 . 5 A e. 1 r H N "" ' 'K .Aj on end runs 1nd reverses Maury scored touehdowns III the hrst and thlrd qulrters and Tommy Crossman he it the local hoys to the f1nal str1pe to rack up the final marker for Country Day In the a1r Lake Forest was the more speetaeular team strlklng piy dlrt 111 the Hrst second and fourth per1ods all on long passes C D wls not completely outdone however seorlng tw1ee through the a1r both tlmes on short passes to Fred Sehnelder Boh Wlterm in pl lee klek speelallst hlt h1s strlde ln the encounter QOIIIILLUTIQ for three extra polnts Although the Country Day pass defense was rather poor the game as a whole was very satlsfaetory The HOmCLlJmlHg Game played on Oetoher 6 showed great 1mprovement IH the Country Day team Although St Louls had a very strong llne and a very fast hackneld the C D hoys won hy playmg on the1r 47 yard l1ne Grossman p1cked up Eve yards on a reverse and Maury Reuter smashed off tackle for e1ght yards A pass to Sehnelder gave the Green and Cold the hall on the M1ssour1 Sv yard lme Reuter gamed 70 yards on the next three plays A pass to Sehne1der put the hall on thelr one yard lxne and Maury ran It over on the next play The evitra pomt was hlocked In the second half the Dayltes agam h1t pay d1rt when Fred Schnelder caught Bohhy Kloppenburg s pass rn the end zone Waterman s eonvers1on spllt the upnghts bflnglng the Hnal score to 1 1 0 IH favor of The hlghllght ofthe 46 season was the erushmg defeat of M U S hy the Day grldders On the Hrst play of the game C D lntercepted an M U S pass and drove to pay dlrt 1n four play w1th Reuter passing to Sehnexder for the score The eonverslon was good Maury passed to ja lc Kloppenhurg who ran 70 yards for the second Country Day touchdown Affaln Boh Waterman pl lee lock was good 55 D - 1 1- - Q - 1 ' s I s f f s ' I V . . ' A ' 3 H ' 3 3 if ' - I 1 , - 4 - 4 2 , - I 5 'bm , f - , - 1 - ' ss s 2 ' an , - y 1 -- 1 lx s I f , ' ' x 9 ' ' Y , vb K . 5 H 4 3 ' l consistent and heads-up football. The f1rst Country Day touchdown came in the first period. Starting "' 1 , 3 I. - -D V N x . x. . , . x , a I C.D. - ' I A . 3 1 . I - 1 S 1 I . . Y vs, . . ' ' 5 A . N ' ' x . ' f 3 'c ' , ' - rf s 1- - v ' 5' A f ' 'S 1 -w, '- f x I After the1r opponents had scored on a pass Mr Church s boys drove to the M U S six yard line ack Kloppenburg scored h1s second touchdown on a pass from Reuter The place kick was wide Country Day scored early ID the th1rd period on a reverse by Grossman who ran twenty five yards to pay dirt Bobby Waterman converted Late ID the same per1od ack Kloppenburg uncorked a long pass to Tom Grossman on the one yard l1ne Here a penalty forced C D back to the fifteen yard line where Waterman kicked a beautiful field goal making the final score 30 6 On the 77th of October the Day grldders defeated an inexperienced Northwestern Military team 44 to 0 the game was a complete rout In the closmg mmutes of the first quarter Reuter shook loose for a T D pay d1rt B111 M1l16f scored on a double reverse Bob Waterman split the uprlghts maklng the score 13 0 B111 scored again late IH the first half on a shovel pass from Reuter the extra pomt was no good In the th1rd period JIID Howard lntercepted a pass and raced 30 yards to score The kick was low Followmg the subsequent kickoff C D blocked a Northwestern punt and Gutenkunst fell on it 1n the end zone ack Kloppenburg scored twice in the last quarter once from the two yard l1ne once from the Eve yard l1ne to bring the score to 44 O at the final gun On November 1 Country Day travelled to Beaver Darn to play Wayland Academy Jim Howard and Tommy Grossman sparked the team to an 18 O V1CfOfy The first score came 1n the first period when jimmy Howard plunged over from the one yard line Play see sawed back and forth the rest of the half and it was not until the third quarter that Tommy Grossman pushed the ball over on a ten yard reverse The final score came 1D the fourth period when Howard drove into the end zone from the one foot l1ne 54 - at .ui l ' ' S 1 H 1 . U p . . . . , Waterman's placefkick was no good. After taking a poor Northwestern punt C.D. again drove to ' .J 4 . . , . , The game was rough and rugged but well played for the most part In splte of the cold the boys rn Gold functloned very smoothly The less sald about the final gime the b tter The Dayltes lost a heart breaker to Northwestern Prep 70 19 1n the last five seconds Even though Country Day was a superior team the1r play was so spotty th it they dld not deserve to wm Probably the most xmport mt factor was the loss due to 1njur1cs of Jim Howard at fullback Maury Reuter scored all three of the Country Day touchdowns two on end runs and a thlrd on one of 7 H stole the ball and rm 73 yards to a touchdown Northwestern scored three touchdowns and a safety for a total of 70 to C D s 19 Although the 46 season should have been an undefeated one the blow was somewhat softened because the Green and Gold shared the trtle wxth Wayland Academy The prospects for 1947 at th1s t1me seem rather good Wlth four lettermen Grossman Bob Kloppenburg Klann and Reutcr returmng to the backfneld and lettermen Mlller Wegmann Sulllvan Mayer and Wlnnxe returmng m the lrne Mr Church and Mr Hughes deserve much credlt for the1r excellent job 1n coachlng the co champlons of 1946 It was only through the1r tlreless work and plannlng that the team vtas as successful as xt was The season was brought to a close wxth the annual banquet at the Jumor School At this banquet 71 major letters were presented and co captams for 1947 Relgh Klann and Tommy Grossman were announced 55 sv il.. - A - . .Q AN Q '!-!,,.'1xf- ' I 7 h 1 1 .3 I X .. 5 . I , I I . 1 . . I , U , I . . , . y the neatest ballfstealing tricks seen for a long time. Maury hit a Northwestern ball carrier on the C.D. -., ' , 1 ' ' . ' s, , . , .A -4 ' .' '.' i , . . 7 . . Y ' I I . . - Y V T 1 9 h l l l Top Row left to right Coach Wxlson Wollaeger Merker Laskm Wlndsor Murphy Reuter Seidel Noyes Sokol ohnson M Cushman Assrstant Coach Ovlatt Second Row Frentzel A Toepfer Kuelthau Blschoff XValton Heddmg Krueger R Sulhvan Boyd Blume P Meyer Lown Manager M.1cIver Front Row Smxth G Meyer R Frank Llllydahl L Grossman Hanson Baumgartner Hessc WEIHCII Howland Gute Squxer JUNIOR V -YRSITI Th1s year the junior Vars1ty was falrly successful w1nn1ng thrce out of SIX gamcs In the openlng game of the season the Grcen and Gold dlscovered that Messmcr was much tougher than expected The J V s ran up 14 poxnts III the first half but Messmer retallated ID the second perxod to the tune of two touchdowns but fa1led to convert the second t1me they entered the end zone The gun went off to cut short a last mmute touchdown dr1ve grvlnff a worrled Country Day team the vnnners of the closest game of the season In the next game Coach Wllson s boys ran into trouble The Green and Gold found Whltefish Bay s speedy reverses too much for them and left the held on the wrong end of a 14 to O score On the followlng week thc I V s met therr arch r1val M U S IU a freshman sophomore game the Blue and Wh1te playmg host At no tlme was therc any doubt about the contest and when Country Day left the fxeld they had run up a total of w4 plblllfa ind left M U S scorelcss In the second game wrth the Bay the J V s were scored upon III the first fcw plays In the second half they tied the scorc but allowed the Bluc and Gray to complctc 1 piss 1nto the cnd onc durrnfr the list quarter Gwen a httlc more t1me thc Green and Cold m1ght hwc tlcd up thc scorc but thc Bay hcld on unt1l the gun As alwlys the final strugvlc wis rgunst thc Vlfalfy B s Thc bcst Comch WIISLUH s boys could do was plss but cvcn though thcy had 1 hard t1mc miklll 1 any ground thc V s d1d havc thc B s 111 troublc a couplc of t1meS Howcver ID spltc of thc cfforts of the V forxx trd xx 1ll thcy xxcre battcrcd back long enouvh to lct thc Varslty run up 1 I w to 0 scorc to fllllbh thc footb 1lI sc lson 56 D . 1 . . 4 - - , , , , , , - , , , ,J , . , . 1 , . , , s , , , , - , , , . , , . . , . , , , , . 4 V 3 . . , , , , . , . 7 4 . I Y I V Q . . 3 . Y . 7 C ' c N, , '- y s I S 7 . Q . . 1 V - 5 D . , , . , . s , ' , , . . 3' I - , , . " ' -, . ,-.. ,' I ' . . ...c . A c ' c ., -- . - , ,, . , ,. . . 4 ,sz Zi- , -. , R I , , 1 .. g A , ' .- , s ' . V . - , I Y K K B T 5 B, p . K kb K . , , , . ,, , .. , , ,- ,- , . - . . , , , , . .Ar . . r I , g 1 I , . . , c . c.- , c s , X V J, s 1 ml 5 a - s ss 4 s , ,- V- sy vs N, - 1 s I -'v " . . D g I . - c ' '. ,' . -,.- . . . 'Top Row let to nght Coach Thorsen Belau Gesser Bruce Hettwer Ka1ser W1gdale Schaaf Carpenter Hall C Norrls Second Row Vvlorden Hxpke Horner Puchner A WINNIE Taft C Schne1dcr D1ekens G Toepfer Van Antwerpen T Frank MacDonald Front R014 Huston Ward D Swrsher Cron Br1te Patton Delfel Dueeker Mellon North Th1s years fall tooth 1ll program eonslsted ot three groups of hoys the Vars1ty the jumor VdfS1ty', and the umor League, the smallest of these helng the jumor League Its complement was pr1mar1ly e1ghth formers along vylth a m1nor1ty of Freshmen The eoachlng was done by an unusual eonvlomeratmn of athletes Beg1nn1ng at the start of the season w1th varled alumn1 sueh as Tommy Tuttle Sandy Boyd john Sproule, Frank OBr1en and Dean Fltzgerald If turned for the larger portlon of the season to Peache Thorsen 1ss1sted hy N1mbo Enzer An average pract1ce eons1sted of three phases Callsthemes yxas f1rst followed hy practlce mvolvmg k1ck1ng, passlng runn1ng and tacklmg for the whole team The afternoon was generally concluded w1th a scrlmmage Towards the end of the season two games were l1ned up and practlce became more earnest A set of plays was 1 sued and permanent pos1t1ons yyere assumed Attentlon was QIVLD to the T format1on and the sxngle wmg hack As the t1me for the games neared It seemed that the jumor Le 1gue potent1al1t1es were good w1th sueh fl1shy backfleld personnel as Norm W1frdale ja k Ward Merr1ll Taft B1ll Belau Don MaeDon1ld Dave Wen1el Shorty Well and 1 k Bruee Of these Ward and W1gdale hoyyed mot prom1se As end there were Ch t Sehne1der Ohlne luehner Danny Syusher Tom Frank and 1m Cron Of the e Sm h r Frank 1nd Sellrleleler st1rred Two eenters seemed 1hout equ1l III value 1nd ah1l1ty Alon WIDIEIL and Hettxyer J1 k Horner 1nd m1ny oth r xxh 1 deserye pru e and ered1t e hrst Ulme xx le xx 1 1111111 t Fox llblllf prove 111 ea y yletory ort e Qxreen 111 0 d the eore LIITYY 1' 19 On t hr t play ol the U 1m 1 k W1rd hroke throu t l1ne and r1n 1ll the yy1y or 1 touehdoxxn runn1nf HTTle eyenty xar e tar of t e VHDL yx1 D1 le Bourne who m1de tyxo toue doxxn wt 1 eyer1 eXee ent 1 H1 +fener1 y tarre n tho pl IX yyhleh plled up y 1r ave eeon mme Xklt un1e1ten le ar turne out to anot r ory Fr mmt e t1rt the Crreen an 11 were omln 1te y t e1r opp1 nent 111 eyery re peet l'lI1l eore 1x1 12 K H1 l1xorolR1e ar 5 5 , . Q F ---, . I, ' , . , 1 1 , 3 . I . 2 J N . , . I , , 3 . I . Y. - 4 7 K X Q 1 - V 3 ' 5 A T . - V , a . T , , . , I 4 Q K , , K , 1' , S' ,. Z . . , r - T .F nl ' 4 A V N V , V V I T . '.' 1 S 7 A ' I 5 sf v r - 'Q ' -5 ' - s f -' ' ' - . s g . x - ' x 1 Q ' -ss s ' .2 s ' ' ' - vs ' - - 2 ' ' 1 . ' , C ' , ' , 1 , A 2 , 1 ,H ,-- , ,if JSC -,D - . 'A f,5 Y, 5 .h -, 5 ' ,z ' 1 1 2 . ' '1 1 : 111 1 2 1 z ' 11 ' ' - 1' Puck VV'orden. Line power consisted of such hez1vy'fweights as George Toepfer, Frank Huston, Carl 1 ',zc 2' es 'r 1' '1 2's1' Th1 A' gs 1. 'h"h 'ZSEQ s 5 3' , '1d4 1's' 'f h1 '11 1 dGl, 15' 1 h1',f-f . he's " 14 ejac A 1 gh he'1' 2 1 1 'arf z 1 , 1, he s 1 s1'1 I' ds. Th 5' h1 ,Q 1 'as 'Q' 1, ' z 1 1 1h 1 ' gf 1tfs1'11l x."'ll' licks.: d,1 1zlly's' 'dll se sys "' 1 'z d'g1. The d ,Q 1 ' h l 11 1 R 'h' ds 1d he' he st 1 h1 sz 1 ' 11 d Cfld '1 1d z1ell1y' h1' 11 ' 1s The F 1ls1 1 'as 'fm' 4' ' '1h' di. Bac R w let to rlght Coach Wilson Qxiatt Klann Gutenkunst Bischoff Hedding, Assistant Coach Ouatt From Rom let to right Manager Sammoncl lvl Reuter Thorsen Miller F Schneider eHerson A Toepfer VARSI IW B 4SKl1 THAI L This ye1rs h1sketh1ll se 15011 h1s been the most successful in the history of the school R1ek1ng up victories in sixteen out of sixteen games the Green llld Cold e1gcrs produced the first undefe1ted season Country D1y h1s ever h1d C1pta1n Fred Schneider h1s completely eclipsed all estahlished scoring records for the conference with 1 tot 11 of WW points for sixteen games an aver 1gc of 74 points per game In one mme Fred came within one point of tying the metropolitin record for indrvidual scoring dropping in 4' points Bill Miller supported Fred throughout the season with his excellent ball handling, and shooting Sam jefferson h1s pulled more than one game out of the fire playing an all around Game Pete Thorsen M1urie Reuter Art Toepfer and Charlie Cutenkunst complete the complement of this record hreakinw team Pete 1nd Art are noted for their 1h1l1ty to sink those lonv D opened the 1on xxiti 1 victory our Luthcrm on the Du court 3 hncider led tic scorinv lor hoth telms with 4 1501111 Tl e C n lllel C ld Wll 111 Y y WIN' ll 9 7 at the hrt clulrtcr In the second flll 1 Lut1er1n llll'YOXKLLl the ap corinn w lmskets 1nd 1 rce t roxx to m1kc it 1 14 D In t e see ind h1lt the scornw xx 15 even hut the Dlyltes xxerc equ 1l to t e oe IIOII 1nd xxon wx point In the second 1' unc the se1u1d iournexed to L1Lc Forest Schneider 11411111 copped scorinff honors 5Q k O i J, V . : 7 E 1. , y M .K Q . Y, I V . if f 1 1 f , 1 . , . , I 7 I 1 1 1 J ' '11 ' 1- 1 1 -11 1 11 1 1 111 ' 1 ' 1 . 1 'k '- 'y ' .v uw . ' su ' N 3 F v v -f 5 'S 'S 11 ' . y , 1 .t 1 1' 1 1 1 1 . 1 " 1' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 1 ,. - . c, .K - L xt hz I N V. . x . V. L V 3 .2 Q . . . 2 , X N I , k V . ' ' , e ' ' K ' . 1 1 1 ' x 1 , ' A 5' 1 C N a 1 ' X F 1 5 s I 'F 5 'M 3 , I 4 5 5 I x 1. 2 I N i W' 2 4 . V D b ones, while Maurie is the hard driving type. preferring to sink his from up close. C. . 1 1 1 se1s "l 1 '1 1 11 11 1 1,1 ' . ee 1' 1 1 l' 1 ' , ' NZ 5 " ' s, 11 lree 1 io estal 'shed 1 e11 l 1 lead, fo ei 5 :lead 1' "S 2'. ' " sa: l11 1 '1 1g',s"hf 1:11 1f11 h 1 1 1' 5' ,C. . h1,111 1' ', 11 1 1 11'1- 1 h1 'czs' 1 ' ll' 3 ' s. ,1 1 1 1 H' 1'1 1 1' 1 1,1' 1, 1 ' 'D :. 1 rzght Ovlatt S1I'lClalI' Wlndsor Bischoff Crittenden The team had lxttle trouble ln suhdumg thexr opponents hckmv them to the tune of 50 77 Charlie Cutenkunst supported Schnelder throughout the game Country Day overwhelmed Wayland for ltS thlrd v1ctory 1n three starts defeatmg them J1 20 Schnelder and Cutenkunst starred for the Dayltes Country Day established an early lead w1th Fred domg excellent work under the hoop Klann and efferson teamed up 1n the second half for 1 total of ten po1nts to Wm gomg away On Frlday December 14 Country Day 'rdmlnlstered a dec1s1ve 61 77 l1ck1ng to M U S on the home court The vletory was never ln doubt after the second quarter when the C D boys dropped 1n 17 po1nts In the fourth qu1rter the tlght Day defense held the vlstors to 7 po1nts puttlng 1n 16 themselves Fred Schne1der broke the mdlvldual conference scormg record ln thls game He put 1n a total of 16 po1nts vlrtually defemng M U S Sl11UlC handed The squid turned in their wth vun of the season hy suhmervfmg ln iggressxve Port Washlnvton team 61 40 on the Day hoard The Green and Cold plled rwht 111 and runv up an lmpresslve 14 lead at the end of the first quarter yylth B111 Mlller and Fred Sehne1der dolnv the honors The seor mg on the C D s1de yyis very evenly d1v1ded xxlth Schnelder and Mlllef leadlnv yylth 18 and 1 po1nt respectlvely On anuary 17 the Lake Forest qulntet came hack to C D for 1 return game The Green and Cold put on the heat rwht from the start puttlnv ln 1l points whlle aught defense ylelded hut W 59 ,A D 1 . , 1 A - ix f . ' " xv 1 . V . X y .. 'R :Q ,I 4 as fl Q , 7 A 'M S K 1 1 1 vim' I 1 -'T' 1 A' M Q z. . 1 Back Row-left to right: Reuter, Lown, Wyse, McGuire, Boyd, Woody. Front Row4left to 2 y v s 1 - . . . . . . f .3 s 5 -' ' 1 , ' ' a . J ' 1 ' , , I ,Ad s . 4 . A- . n 2 . . H . , . ' . , ' 2 K . . . 5 . 2 3 . 3, : V. y A V b. A 2 2 A Y R. . 5 , Y I S. V . . . I . . I3 5 D ' Y- ' . ' . D 3 A f , 5 - ' , ' , ,Z , . , , ' ' ,' J , f ' , .1 ' ,' 2 1 1 - ' 1 5 ' . Q . Y e, I . J. C , - . , ,e ,- ' 1 - 3 , - , . I , 5 , . . . . y 1 . 1 .X - ' rw 1 rw 1 1 . 6 ' ' Fred started clicking in the third quarter, putting in three rehounds 1nd three set shot' In the '1st quarttr tht ttams yxtrt m1tthtd hasktt for h1sktt C D toming out on top 4' 1? The tytnth Qunt -wt tht C D quinttt htttlt to 1 fivt point vittorx ovtr Port in tht fin 1l t1u1rttr lort l11d Sthntidtr prttty xxtll lwottltd up through HL tht -unit it ing inn to ' won s l x ost 1ll t t xx1y tnouv xxiti C D ho mv 1 sig t edf 1 tht w1y Kr1t5tr xx 15 avun if for Port with 8 point For thtir tighth trught win of tht St,1S0l1, the C D t 1Qtrs iourntytd to VJ1ttrtown to pl ty North wtsttrn Prtps Tht Dayltts eontrolltd tht h1ll all the w1y with Sthntidtr tipping in most of the rthounds 1nd qtntr1lly providing tht Splfk for the squad Tht hoys tstahlished an tarly 9 1 ltad in tht first tiuarttr Tht sttond stanza saw Country Day intrtase thtir lead which thty htld to tht end Sthntider stored 1 points for tht D1y team followtd hy Thor on, who pl1ytd 1 hrill11nt Q1mt 1t qu 1rd Saturday Fehruary Wnd saw tht Crten and bold r1ek up its ninth strught vittory 1nd its wth tonltrtntt w1n hy defeatinv Northwestern M E? N 57 '4 on tht Day hoards Captain Frtd was high storer putting 111 70 points The game was C D s all the way, with Sthntidtr optning tht scoring to an tarly 15 4 lead whith vt 1s mtuntaintd and improvtd upon hy tht sharp shootinv of Bill Miller 1nd Chu k Cunttnkunst Tht st1u1d ntxt journtytd to M U S to h1nd them mothtr dtft1t Tht stort on this tntounttr was not as imprtssivt, 41 7' hut tht tt 1m displaytd the sunt 1ll 1round 1hil1ty and 1ggrtss1vtness C D Jumped to an early ltad vyhith they steadily 1mproved upon throughout the gamt M U S tamt hriefly to lift in tht Final sttonds when Burth and Adams stortd 1 htld go1l apiete and Stihel smk a hratt of free throws Tht sttond Q1me with tht Northxxtsttin Prtps w 1s pl1ytd on tht D1y tourt Tht tt 1m h 1d no trouhlt with thtir oppontnts out torinv thtin 111 tvtry qu1rttr txttpt tht l1st Sthntldtr took storing honors with 70 point C D took tontrol from tht tip off 1ntl l d it tht quirttr 11 7 T t brttn and Cold stt1dily intit 1sttl tht Il1lI'Wlll until tht l1t qu1rttr xxh n tht lrtps r1llitd to sink txxo hutlttts in the tlosmw stton Co1th Wilsoiis hoys had 1 tlost ont in tht lust stint ttr with North Short at Chitwo Tht tort yxa tit lv lw 1t t t n or tht hrst qu1rttr In the sttond StiIl'l tht D1y1tts put on 1 6 . s. l. ' 5 5 5' 5 '5 5 . 5 5 ': 5 1 5, s5'5 ka 5 :1 ' 5 . . A 5 Q 5 4 5 A '5 I' 5 ' 5 Q 1 5. 7 , . ,' , t, , ,, ., I L t 1 It 5 ,Q 5, l wld' A l' l- 1 i tg. t vas el 51 h5 'Q' l' th fl . . ld' H . l' h ge :ll 5 2 '. 2 ..5 'L 'hai hgh 1 " ' s. y. N. S 1. V. 3 ay . .15 f 5 5 z 5 2 f D 3 W S ' ' H x 5 ' ' t . . 3 2 K W 52 y V ' K 3 Q . y , X-I ' y ,j , 4 3 N 1 W A W 'DN ' ' v ' ' ' 3 5- V 3 D D , 1 s 4 - wa ' s V N . -. . , 5 1 5 ' 2 5 z ' 'z M1 5 ,Vt 1 1 . 1 I I w , t Y , , I, ,A I . - , - , . .A . - - ', , -, ' ' W , , , , , ,' , ' 6 . ..- - . - . f , , - , , , , , - . . . with a tipfin shot, and from then on controlling the rebounds with no trouhle. The Day team climhed ivy-, 7.x 72 IK.x . 3 ,ily .U , . 1 Y - D 5 1 1. R . 552 5'5 ... 1 2 5 A55 5 1- ' 3 ' s " s s- ' V s Y -, I - f " - s ' s - .'..-, 1 r 1 c x 1 . - . 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I ' c ,1 ' 10 ' ll " 1 1 d1 y, hc 1"'i1" d111 A ' A . 4 K "1 15 L5 'h' 111' ' '1 . " 1 11111 hc 111 ' 1:1 ', " ' ' Af' 1' 1-11. 3 ' 5' 1 1' 37. F111 - 5- 1 -2 5 I l w C Q 'R ' Q C x .2 w . . .. 2 x .5 Y , 'A' - '5. .S. 11' 1 'KA1 1'11 1 '1 " 1 1 1 1 1 1 , ' 1 ' 23, ' ' . . ' 5 22 c1,f.'ff. . .'51"1 ' "".1 A " '1 11. c cntcrcd thc fourth, 42f22. The Academy put 1111 the hC2lf i11 the 1111111 period 1111d scored 23 p11111t5 to C. 3,1 'RCP' "Hz 'lx Z- , .-GA, -'-. 1 'E 1 -2 ' 1' 1 .h'x, 1 ,Z "1'4,fff3. ',I"2,l.4Q."', 'L - '. 11 51 Cl '1 '11 1' 11 43 3 '1'. ' 1' ' " 1 '1' 1 1 1 ,1. "U 1 1 1 1" 15 ' 51 1 zj 1' 1' 'Q 11 Ab -3f32. "2'2 1' . ' A 1,1 1--,',4 1 ' 1 ' 1. .. 'N 1 '1 ' ' "' " ffl h' ES ,Q ' ' h' 201: 51' 1 ' 11 1d w," ' 1'11 d f . . . 2d11A1C ' " " " 1-5 2 zj 1-2f- '1. 1, 1 " 1 . ., '1 1 Q' '5 ' 3. 1 5' 1 32 ' 5 '5 3 -h 111 1 ,1 1' 5 . C5 1 1 1' ' .Q V ' '1 1 ,wud "11f 11ycd. SENIOR LEAGUES Bac Rout Letto Rlght Noyes Cutler ordan Hesse Towne Howard Burlxngame Helse Huebsch H XVllllHmS Second Row Bell Rosenhurg, L Cahrll VN 1nn1e G Prxtzlaff Tate VVe1gell ones Gute Front Row Frentzel Rosenburf., R Meyer I Wood Seldel Baum gartner Merker ohn Laskm SFNIOR LPACUFS Wlth the comlng of w1nter thls year the HOLOYIOUS Semor Leagues got under way 1n the small gym As 1n the past the turn out was very large although there were more lower classmen present than IH the last few years Luckily there were not too many casualtles durmg the first several days of play so the new hoys were not dlscouraged from part1c1pat1ng 1n the rlgors of that group Thls year as before the League was d1v1ded 1nto four teams wrth numerleal names The athletlc perlod was spl1t 1nto two seet1ons and a drfferent comblnatlon of teams play ed every day The teams were falrly evenly matched and almost every game developed 1l'lt0 an escmnv eOntCSt for the players and spectators alrke Although an aceurate record was not kept Team 4 led hy john Wood and Team 1 captalned by V1e Hesse generally set the pace for the other eontenders However nelther of the teams went through the season undefeated Due to some negl1g1hle faetor there were no games hetween the Sen1or Leagues and the Vars1ty B Team hut the popular eonsensus of op1n1on was that a team of Senlor League All Stars could have whlpped the Bees Outstandlng 1n League play th1s se zson were Vle Hesse j1m Howard ohnny jones and Paul Helse who were top scorers for the ye ir To he eommended especxally for therr excellent Ken Lalrd returmng vcterm Tom Hughes md Rly worked all of the games and although lt must have been tough at tlmes to eiteh some of jordan s defensrvc me lsures they did an exeellent job throughout the 5 e xr The Senror Le rgues hesldes lUI'OV1LllIlW 1 wood de ll of exerel e for the hoys helped many of them to get 111 shape for the el rss tournrments whreh were held the week after the last haskethxll game of the season As vu 1rm we lther rolled lround onee rgarn the ermes md shrleks of agony xxhleh had cehoed wlthm the walls of the smxll gym dlsrppe rred and the hxttered md fltwued eontest mts ot the S mor L lques made therr Vw ly outsrde to the less v1olent sprmv sports 62 l l li 'Y f ' 1 , , I , -L . . , ' , ' , . I , . V 2 , ', ., , ., , , ' ' , , J , . 3 e, J 1 S, f 'D 3 ' , . , . . - , , . . N. , . . I . Y V I . . y A I T - 4 3 T . U ' Q A ' 3 1 a 1 1 Q 1 e S 3 ' 1 M , K - , X , U , ' 3 I ' I 1 1 5' 5 . 5. Us . , I , I , . K 2 , - , ,J I , , , , . .L h , - defensive play are Chuck jordan and Steve Seidel, who also put in their share of points. ' ' , e A N z , , z 1 ' z Y X , ' ' A . ,. ,L . - . , , p ,Z ea , . , , K 'az . 1 v ' N-at ex, s ' s ' ' bi 5 ei ' at-s VS, ' w , s s f -. - ' ' ' sz 4 8 ', ' H - - ' -N ' ' ' ' . 1 ga ' ' . V2 vi s a 2 -s ZA f ' , s - 4 w I - A 5 ' l ' 1 v ' ' I ' 1 I I a -. 2 E v ' E 1 . , 2 , e R 2 'h s - s 2 - , C ' :Z x s A vi v ' e -. sf- ' w A ' 5 - D JUNIOR LEAGUES Bac Rou Let to Right B Grossman Bresl111er Ward D Swisher Wigdale A Winnie Deifel Murphy P Meyer M1eDonald Horner Middle R011 Goodrleh IIIICN Huston Van Dyke Bourne Sokol Bclau Van Antwcrpen Hipke Hettwer G Fushman Front Row Patton Erskine G Toepfer C Sehnelder T l"l'lI1lK Gesscr Mellon Krueger T1ft Kaiser Pakenham JUNIOR II AGUPS This year 1s in the PlSt umor Le1gues were agun org1n1 ed These groups are for elghth and ninth graders but this ye lf the leagues h1d a different purpose in mind to help prepare the younger boys for basketball when they are older and ready for the VIISIIY The league was divided into two groups One group NVlS tor the boys who had h 1d more experienee and who the eoaehes thought were more skilled This group met in the bw gym every afternoon to learn the fundamentals of basketball The 1dea that was stress d most in this group was praetieing to become more skilled with the basketball The boys played about thirty minutes every day and the remainder of the time was devoted to showing the boys how to use the ball in a real game There was much drilling and crimmaginv in the latter part of the season To give the boys some experience two v1mes were scheduled with Northwestern and two wlth Fox Point Mr Wilson coached this group and gave the boys 1 workout similar to what one would eicpeet of the The other group under the supervision of Mr Ram 1ker 1nd Mr Hughes was run in 1 somewh1t simil 1r manner The boys had 1 tew quiek drills for about the hr t hfteen minutes and then played games The seetion was dlvldeel into tour te 1ms 1nd games were pl1y ed redul1rly The teams were chosen very well and we re o even th1t lt times the 47 1mes were very elose L1ter on in the e1S0n the buys from unior Le wue Hoekey 1b 1ndoneel their sport and took to b1 ketb1ll M1115 of the lawys were to b seen in the little ym 1lthou 1h 1 few pliyed with Mr Wilson s group 1 unxor Le wue 1 1lw IX 1 en 1 t1vor1te group with t e xounger boys 1 it offer them reere1t1on in exereise 1nd it prep1res them for the V1rs1ty 63 l Wk 'f f ' 2 . - , S2 ' . , . 1 , " ' , . ' ' , , . - . 2' ' . 1 1: ' . ,li ' 1 , 4. . 1 .J 1 ' 1 ' 3' El- ' e E J ' 32 3 3 3 t Z ' xi ' 3 3 x f 3' f ' 3 - 3' 3 3' 1 v I 5 3 I ' Y? 3 ' 3 ' 3 3 - 3 3 D' ' I . . 3 3' 3 - ' ' 3 ' . ' ,. . ' -3 V - - A 3 ' 3 I ' 3 ' Tb K 3 1 . e g s ' ' ' g ' ' ' 1 . X' ' ' 1 . ' ' 1 ga . ' 3 ' Q V I A ' 3 r Q 1 -' ' 1 1 3 1 31 3' Varsity. In the latter part of the season Mr. Laird assisted in the coaching. 3 1 X 3 3 ' 3 -"I . . ' 3 2 I :S 3' v ' Z " ' 2 'A - I 3 I 3 v"' ' -3 r V' 4 4 1 ' 3 - S - . 33 V 3' 3 3 b 5'- -xi - H Q , e , A ' 32 -,Z bf 3- y 3 Q V3 35 2 V. f - 13 3 3 3 v 3 ' V3 3 5 3 3 I - 3' 3 3' 3 I ' I 2 3 A 3 5-.Q 3 v- 4 J ' 32 5 3 - 3 2 2 3 3' - I ZS 3 1 . R y ' 356 1- V3 3 6-33 3 ' 32, 'Z L 1 -3 . R,3 ,' . '. '. ' Tlcj ' 'ag 'hasa 'z,'sl:' 1 -1 "g " hj' g' 'gas' 's ' ' 2 d - ,Z ,. , ' . Z s ,Q HOCKEX TEAM aa. 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Let to Rlght Asst Coach Wnlson B Ixloppenburg, Oxlatt McGuxre Krueger Hesse Chapman T Gossman Kuelthau Ramaker J Kloppenburg Manager Wood Coach Church F10-ntRow Enzer Seldel Johnson G Wlnme Slnclaxr Woody Howland Lown Walton B Grossman BASFBALL Thls years prospect IS a llttle brlghter than last year s Coach Church has elght returnlng to carry thc load th1s year They are Capt jack Kloppenburg Vlc Hesse Bob Kloppenburg Tom Grossman Bob Chapman johnny Ramaker Bert Ovlatt and Art Toepfer The pltchmg th1s year IS probably stronger than It has been for some tune Three returning lettermen Jack Kloppenburg johnny Ramaker and Art Toepfer when h1s arm lnjury clexrs up provlde a vcry formldable battery of mounds men These three wlll be backed up by jun McGu1re who has looked rather good 111 early practlces In the catchmg department Mr Church looks to Bert Gvlatt to do most of the backstoppmg chores Bert IS backed up by Bobby Kloppenburg who could don the pads 1n a plnch The mfield IS Mr Church s blg headachc th1s year Bobby Kloppenburg last year s th1rd Vxlll be moved to short stop Second base looks pretty good to Bud Woody a new comer to the school thxs year M Church IS thxnkmng of convertmv outflelder Tom Grossman to a thlrd sacker Whether th1s arrangc ment wlll work out however remuns to be scen At thus Wfltlflg Petc Kuclthau has thc 1I'lS1dC track at first All thlngs taken 1nto consxderatlon th1s ycar s tcam looks better than last year s d1d at th1s tlme The lettermen wxll have to be on thc1r toes 1n ordcr to k cp the1r posltlons from the bunch of hustllng fresh men who make up the rest of the squad W1th slxtecn games on the schedule the season looks very mterestmg at thlS polnt 68 r W.. l R 'f f ' 2 - . ' K , - ' ', , A , , I 4 Y ' 1 ' N K 1 l a s a 1 I 9 ' 9 I 1 . t . . . , , 1 . , 1 9 I S l I I - T 2 7 ' T The outfield is very well taken care of by lettermen Tom Grossman, Bob Chapman, and Vic Hesse. . I , N , . . . , . 4 5 Q I . T ' . . . . 3 . 7 . . V. ' X - s 1 . - , f ' ' . r. ' ' ' - ' W . ' ' , , ,, 3 ' v s 1 f A B 3 - l a 5 T T ' s ' . A 4.' 5 - , ff Z' 'Z TENNIS SQUAD Bac Row Le t to Rxght Cr1ttenden ones Thorsen Gutenkunst Coach Lalrd Front Row Von Wenrng faylor Huebsch M Norrxs T TFNNIS The prospects for th1s years vars1ty tenms team are probably the gloomrest 1n several years There are four returnmg lettermen but the pos1t1ons vacated by the other three lettermen w1ll be very hard to F111 The returnmg lettermen are Re1gh Klann and Monte Huebsch who alternated at number three spot Bob Waterman who played on the number of doubles team wxth e1ther Relgh or Monte and Rusty Von Wen1ng who played on the number two doubles team Wlth Campbell Those boys who left are Ted Hands who graduated last year and had played number one man DlCk Norr1s who trans ferred and had played number two man and Bud Campbell who also graduated and who had played on the number two doubles team Thus 1t may be easlly seen that the gaps left w1ll not be a c1neh to flll The three slngles posltlons w1ll probably be oeeupled by three of the four returmng lettermen but the doubles w1ll be pr1mar1ly played by newcomers to the squad However the doubles s1tuat1on looks very good w1th such prospects as Charley Gutenkunst who played 1n a few doubles matches last year Steve Svusher and Drck Cr1ttenden who played together 1n one doubles match last year and Pete Thorsen Thls year s team w1ll be coached by Ken La1rd Thls years sehedule eonslsts of fifteen matches txyo apmeee vxlth M U S Northwestern Preps North matches The other matches are mth Elgm Actdemy Rufus Kmg and St johns M1l1tary Academy Not mueh 15 knovyn about the potent1al1t1es of the oppo lnff teams but 1t IS known that M U S ha lo t very few lettermen and that the nueleus yylll be bullt around Curt Morsell and Pete Blrckhead Vx ho are both top rankmg boy players 111 the st tte Curt play ed number one man and Pete number tvyo man Wh1teflsh Bay Vxlll probably have 1 Good telm smee Tlppet and Knopp are returmnv How yer the loss of Herb Hent en vxlll reduee the team s trenvth greatly 70 l li 5 rf ' I 4 , .ly 3 , , h - 1 9 3 S 1 'S W ' 3 . ' : ' , 9 , ' ' ' 9 . , , u 1 , Q ' , ' 2 1 e . , T Q- . I K , 'n 1 3 T , Q 3 r' l A , 3 ' ' . ' 7 N - w - ' f 5-, 7 'ss-. y' . I D, a , , western Military and Naval Academy, Way'la11d, and Whitensh Bay. The frrst four matches are league I Q N l X 3 W V. x, i N , - - K y . . . Y. a N . V 1 5 . . . A S. D V L, . . I l . S S vw y As N- f - - V' e ' f I , r ' 3 ' M L ' 2 x' r ' , v . . A N Y I. H K 2 32 , x' 'S I X 'T' f C YW , 3 M - W : wr x -5 3 Q S 3 K V. ,,-I TRACK SQL 'KD Bae Rou Le 1 to R11,11t Cushmxn M Tvlcrker XX 1nd or Towne B1scho11 Frent el Mayer XX een1ann BlLlI1lgll'tI1Cl' Idlhlll Seeon Roy A 1NtdI'lI Coach Hughe Norms Renter HLINC Cnpenter Dueelecr Ce er ordan effer on Norms T Huehseh M SW1 11e 5 foxeh Oy tt Front Hou De1fe1 Row: ohn Gutenkunst SLl'1l16ld6Y I: How lr HLLILIIII Ivllller Llllydlhl Wlth the return ot e1qht lettermen the prospeet of the 1946 traek season seem good These hoys 1re erpeeted to form the 11ue1eus of 1 XVIIIIIIIIQ tr1ek teun The squad shows great strength 111 the QPFIIIIIITQ 1nd JUIDPIIIQ eve11ts wh11e d1:p1ly1l1Y 1 yxeakness 111 the pole vault Mlddle d1stanee und 4411 prospeets ire o111y ur In t11 hundred y 1rd dlsh returmnv lettermen 1re Clptnn 1n1 Howard and Mdufle Reuter 1m turned Ill 1 IIUIHIWLI' ot food tunes 111 the eentury 111 IWLIIIU' h1 hest MAUYIL gave 1n1 a run for h1s money 11st year eo11s1ste11t1y 1111151111147 111out two to three feet liehllld 111 every mee 11111 md MIUYIL teamed up to 11e1t 111 eomers III the 'OU 11so Th1 pur e1me 111 one tvto all Iast year and 1re expeeted to he valu xhle POIIII Uetters The 4411 dash suffered 1 111ow vnth the loss of ffr1du1t nv B111 Stark However ohnny Gesser Steve n11n, md Steye 1nd E1r1 1re sophomores so looknw to the tuture they should make a po1nt ffett1nU eon1h111 1t1o11 I11 th h11 11111e t11ere 1 M111111e H ddlnv and He1'1111n Frent el H ddlnv yy 1s 1 po111t vetter 11st yelr md Hern11n yx111 he very v11u1111e th1s ye1r Bert Oylatt 1 the o111y 111110, veterln 11ut Ch1r11e ffutenleunst and MOITIL Huehseh yx111eornpete111th1 event ind look exeept1on111y good 111 pr1et1ee The h1 fh ind loyy hurdles xx111 h h1nd1ed 101111 11y B111 Mlller and B111 Wevmann Mlller has Hood form over the st1ek 1nd speed tm 11 mot so he yx111 proye y 11u1111e to the squad The relay team ls the quest1on m1rk th1 year 1 th IP lett hy St1rk yx111 1 hxrd to 1111 The prohahle runners vy111 he Howard MlUYle Reuter 1nd B111 Mlller 11111 R uter nnvht 11 the one u ed to pluf the ole The hnfh jump yx111 1 h1nd1ed ly Qfutenkun-t nd d 1nd 1hetted hy Sehnelder and Heddlnq Charhe shoxxs pronn e lllX,1l1W elelred ft 7 III o11 one oee1 1011 11st yeir and 15 expeeted to go even hwher In the xyewhts Fr d Sehnelder w111 don11n1te the field Fr d pushed the shot out to 40 feet pretty con sxstently 11st year and heaved the dlseus to 171 teet jordan a11d Jefferson have 1mproved tremendously 1n hoth the shot a11d d1s u and should p1ek up rn1ny valuahle pomts durlnfr the season 7 1 YA Y 11- f f 1 . 1. , ., 1 , " s 7 , " , :Y , b . 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C11 Volga Boa tn ICH crkin g up Arty "Hul1?', The Boys H amburger boun There x IW fx SV 4 ,. UP and over 's one in ev 04 5 4 ' Jr " ,2 ffffggvg , e.. 1 M5 ' Quiz I iw- N iii ery crowd Why be irrxtated "Toofer f +2955 I X Z Vfenzd, Statu to R. 4 e, Thorsen L YS Memo SUU Lxie Chxcken I WN"-v. "Blow Hard" L ife in the Ozarks -, 'Wg Duln neritsf A M ak Nme try C F15 gibt? jr' Art FMU' f,Z 'ign Casey as the bam mmisat F ood Co 'Yu 1 AH W et ' em, Coach Z f,,.a-4 ,f- Y reshman Y DXIVAUOU Rcmb rfmdts "Frank Niagara 4 f' 14 Ca ndkas? Perpkxity sig are -L H Q, in iw 6 7 ml: Jwww :summon SCHOQL Q Wk 9 X Q K - Q X0 N x ., Q I g ay H Q3 3 ,fm CHARLES M BOESEL MA UHIICTSIIX o Vkuconsm Slxth Form Prmclpal 90 Top Row le t to 'rlght M1 s Houvenaggle Mrs Coodnch Mrs Matasek MISS Lyneh M15 Bxur 'vlrs Murray Seermd Rott Mr Kru e Mrs Edward M Benn 1llaek Mr 1Nel on M Noyes Mr lun Front Rom M 'vlayer Mr Lindt Mr Boc el Mr Clayton M Cooper M1 Mnller ll NIOR SCHOUI In-SICI LT! Charles M Boesel M A Lnlverslty of W1se11ns111 Prlnelpal of unlor Sehool 1 2 1 1 Nana Baur Nursery Sehool As 1stant 1941 Norman R Clayton BA Carroll College MA Northwestern Um yersxty 4 C eorge Cooper Oshkosh St ite Teaeh r College Athlet1e D1reetor Mtn u il Arts Teaehers College R1pon College 1917 Mary C ooelr1eh Mxlyyauke State Teleh r Colle Ye Kllldhffdftell md Nur ery Department 1944 onnxe Houven 11 le love 1 ate Teiehers College Colonel: Sttte Tetehers o e 9 en C ru e B Nort We ter11 Fr elerlek D lun Dartmouth Co 194-w L myer R lf1'1I' 19 1 194 U 1946 E1 ft W1 Cerald P Landt BS M1lvyaukee State Te 1ehers College D1reetor of Art 1944 Emma M Lyneh M1lwaukee State Teaehers College Ch1Cd20 Umver Slty As lstant Prlncxpal 1D Charge ot Pflmdfy Department 19 J Ht el ean Matasek VV1seons1n Con seryatory ot MUSIL Mllxkduktb State Teaehers College UIIIUI' Kmelerg trten 124' Erna A Mlllef Mllyxaukee State Tedehefs Colle e Columhxa Lnl verslty Nursery Department 91' Cttherlne Murray Mllxx tukee State Te iel'1era O e L LJHIXLYSIIQ of Ch1e no Nursery Dep1rtment 1944 Uele e on M1 vnu ee State Te teher o le Ve Nur ery Depart ment 94 trgery Noyes BM Nlort we t rn Y'11YeI'ltX D1reetor of u 1 1 S . f if y if ,, Q H I ' , , ,x , . . 1 , 1 1 . ' 1 . s-, ' s, rs. 1 " , s, ' S , iss . " s. ' f rss 1 ' , . . , . s'. , .' . r. I , ss u . r Y 1 r ' 1 1 ,' ' W' HHS v 4 3 4 V wb ' ' I Y' 1 - , - ., . A . , - -, - V V i 3 7 , f . - , ' as f s Rf- " ' 5 - ' 4 f eb ..... e e 5 e I A V- QS. . . . 3 ' ' Q , ' ' 1 Y . . 14 1 4- 7 ' I, . , 1 'f ...... 1243 7th IFJ' 'Q 4 ' j ' lip, 2, ,', ,i , , A,, 2 5' ' ' ' ' ' IW! Cl MAL BA Us 1611. H ta 1 I - vs ' I s a lil' Dorothy' Edwards, Oshkosh State 'mi 'turf ' " ,mn U Ln I 97 'lr ' ' ' ' 1 ', A ' 1 - Znel ' ' ' 1 V v' A' 2 , 3 - ., ,c 1- , ,-, 1 g f pl 1 'z ' e s 'ei ' ' A' ' 1 , ' . , Q, . . - , 5 5 y ' 's 'l U ' ' ' -' ' ' ' ,- CHM. Y ' 1. 1 f ag 2 1 St' - , 1 .QE ,' , E . . - x s 5 , . 1 g 5 . A I 1' 1' , L-1sN-15 '11 1-1. '- 'z ' ' ' C ll'ge . . . l 4: 4l C I' V ,. . ,S ! ,, . 5. . , A , All' 1. K st, ,S., .1 h "s 1 ,C D' ' 1 1 e Y' . " s, ' M1 g' '.' . .,. h 'fse llege' ..... .' 1 h L' "1 s' ' 'N M 5 Q 1143 . "s1ty' egs 4 . . Sf Trl 91 l Top Row le t to Tight BUfllDg8m6 T Ovxatt P Baker N Schroeder D Law C Bourne G Flagg Second Row P Vvlegmann S Breslauer D Boerke T Gerhardy F LaCro1x Weber T Gallun Front Rom W Pokrass Mlkkelson C Krause Graaskamp M Wirth P Sammond T Eunrude SFVI NTH FORM Thls year the Seventh Form has reeelved frve new members Paul Baker Charles Bourne Gerald Flagg Fred LACYOIX and 1m Weber These boys have proved a weleome addxtlon to the class fittmg 111 wlth and enrlehmg the l1fe at the sehool Seholasueally the class has done well In Enqllsh It IS taught by Mr Norman Clayton who 15 also the feneral supervlsor of the form The class has done a great deal of readlng espeelally IH the fields of eom mun1eat1on where the class s mam lnterest as secret codes and w1ld arnmals In connect1on w1th thls read mg eourse the members of the elass have prepared a booklet COI1tdll'1lDg a w1ld anlmal sketeh by each boy wh1eh has been presented to Mr Boesel Also 1n thas l1ne the elass has put on a p1rate play The other subjects are Math under Mr Ivms and Socaal Studles taught by Mr Landt The elass has done outstandmg work m extraeurrleular subjeets sueh as Art under Mr Landt Manual Tralnmv under Mr Cooper and Musle under Mass Noyes They have been re ally exeeptlonal Ill the latter The Seventh Form eontlnued the tradrtaon of the past years 111 havrng a Seventh Form Student Counell Every SIX weeks anew eounerl was eleeted the result l'5LlI1Q that praetleally every member of the elass had experlenee 1n class vovernment Among other act1v1t1es the Student Counell orgamzed a L0l'T1I111t tee to sell refreshments at Vars1ty football games They made a proht of S100 whleh was used to buy books for the umor Sehool Llbrary Under the d1reet1on of Mr Landt the elass put on a sueeessful marlonette show Snow Whlte Other act1v1t1es 1neluded the taklng charge of the varlous fund drlves sueh as Red Cross Commumty Chest and the sale of V1ctory Bonds Qnee 1 week Mr Santer eonducted elasses III parhamentary proeedure LOIIUIIUIDQ a tvxo year old trad1t1on These elasses serve to prepare the class for Student Government ID the SCIXIOI' Sehool About 90 0 of the elass have r1bbons whlle a large proportlon have thelr gold rlbbons In sports the elass has done exeeptlonally veell It has defeated the Elehth Grade thoroughly 1n basket ball and lt has defeated Fox POIIIY Sehool rn football basketball and hockey All told the elass has reeerved a thoroufrh preparatlon for the Senlor School and vxe velll weleome at next ye ar 9 l mf - I- , . , - , . , . . . , . , . . 1 -1 1 1 .L - . - . e , , ,ee , 1 . . . , , .. e a 1 5 5 L 7 f 3 ' I 1 4 s x 1 w 3 1 w- 1 4 v KKSS 9 ' 5 . . 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SIXTH FORM Bac Rou Le t to Rxglzt lame D Mandel Ott Sunp on Dreleer Pabt Seeond Rott Wuesthotf Wnndsor Sokol H Kurth Carney M Skolmk Front Rom Deekcr C Athey Flura Owen Elser Snapper SIXTH FOR VI At the begmnlng of the year the blxth Form was an aggregate of h1gh splrlted 1nd1v1duaI1sts By the end of the year IC was a umfled class of relatlvely mature lndwxduals In the meant1me It had made a hlgh reeord for aehlevement ln all fields Seholastleally the ela s d1d veell bemff led 1D the respeet by A Elser and Douglas Steelman M IVIDS who was 1I'I general charge of the class tauvht Soclal Studles and Mlthematles whlle Mr Clayton taught Engllsh Extraeurrleularly the Cltss vtas taught MUSIC by Mmss Noyes Art by Mr Lmdt md Manual TFAIHIDQ by Mr Cooper The Sixth Form d1d quxte well athletxeally IH footblll basketball hoekey and btsebtll Some Slxth Formers were members of the Seventh Form team vyhleh played Fox Iolnt Seh mol In vmous fund drlves the ell d1d exceptlonally veell In the Communlty Fund eontest between the vmous ela ses of th unlor School the form eame out Hr t It ll o eontrlbuted to th Red Cross Ind bou fht Vletory Bonds eonslstently The trldltlonal Slxth Form fru1t store was not ln busmess thls yeir It had been suspended LIUFIIIKV Februiry for th boys and the1r parents xxhlch lncluded dlnner bl I-4 tblll Ind moue Th S1xth Form took In letmye put ln the rejuvenamn ot the Iumr r S hool llbrlry xyhl h yu b un It year elnff ln t 1 ICUVII y rm t ey oy mu f 1 tee mln Plttc n A en Mendel 1nd A Elser Slxtb Form ht 1 lrfe proportl an of r1 one woy 1 x mr t 1 1 xxe eomed four n xx oys T1m I mdrleh Morton Fl my T d XXIIIILI c r md Ioe Sxmp on Slxth Form hx wmyxn wy Its reeor tut If In yy lltte t wroe t tue ekelitli Form xy Iere II xxlll tue 1 t It t t eump mrtu yy o LlII1I'qe1f 95 lg 'V f ' 1 s, ,, 1 , , I s , 'f , ' s. ' f: e , ' e , . , ., , 1 ' , ., ' . Y: ' , I., 7 I I 5 I .1 A Q . . 3 . ' ' ' s' ' 'S , S' b H ' 'Q N 1- , A ' ' . r. 7 I I T T ' e T I 7 7 5 1 T I 2 r TTT ' 1 f ' ' . ' X " ' , Q f ' ' ' 3, . 2 , 2 ' ' " ' x . t , ' '. ' ' - f "2 ' z , ' , ' ', ' L ' 2 . . , - ,, , , , , , ,V 1 , '. , A, 1 ' X , I 24 Ax, wss ' 2 N ' ' ' ". 5 " ' ' ' H 2' "'s"' ' cj ' . , ' A 3 s. is ' ' ' c S , " 2 L -' Y ' ' I' 3 rl 3 I , , r . . E K . N. M . UQ 1 . I D A Q x 3 . H the war. But the class planned a hobby' show for spring, and there was a successful class party' in ' z ' e "Q V ' - ', " ' S ' N, :se z ,z "es, e 2 z"'e 1 ' 1 S' 5 t' ' h W .Q ' 1 ' ' 'Q 'as cu las ,bf ., lcd ' hsz y' lv F1 k A h ', FI ', Dc elzs S "I 2 , Jody 2 1 . lla The . is 1 I: gr R ' 'bb fdl The ,ez le clkss 'tl' 3 Q 'b "2 ' lm "1 my, Q ' Sl,Q F .' 5 , The zssll ' l' " d la ' 'ell' 'd og 'ccd o ltS"' , 'l' ' ' ' be' l ' elg hz se 5 bc lc fr le 'h lcj 'o . 'I vol. FIFTH FORM Top Row P Buettner R Huebich B Carpenter T Brown D Klumb C Schwart T Haberland Second Rou R Llndner Brennan D Linden B Gebhardt R Carney Vx alton I Meye Front Ron M Stewart Burkhwrt B Cooper T Sawyer B Owen FOURTH FORM Top Row R Horn D Lmdner P MatNe1l D McCl1y R Vebber Second Row T Tall madge S North M Damcls D Decker W Brumdcr Fm-nt Rou P jenkms E Hwselkui D Olsen R johnson O Pxeper 9 T f - , - x v - 7 - , ' Q ' Z, - 'I V , I. , . , . , - , I ' , . r. ': . ' , J. . . . J . . , . ' S. Sengbusch, B. Brexdster. ' : . , . A , . ' 4, . 1 , . . . n : . 1 , . , . :F . ' , . . 1: . , . ..: . . , . , . . -4 YHIRD FOR W o R414 um nr c nrdt ri c 1 Lt in rr m Chambcrlm ecrmd Rou I' Mach on lr cr T nksliy D Vs ur ou x x uw R1 Front Rou T Tlmrnl P Axpminn Bed: T Colman B Bucttncr SPCOJXD FORM o Rou C c l J Pu lly G And r cn D M1 G Lunkulul B Miller beumd nu Clever T W cgm mn 'vi n ner row u L 1 Eym in Bottom ou R Chue B Mandel B Hurley T Scott 95 'I' p 1 j: G. Br d' , O. G hhz , R. D ak , K. Rczd, G. XX'-wks. Swz st r . M S l': '. 1 's , H: p , . P"'.-z , . 'Q d, Pl S, C. Svzll '. C. Lsscll 'z . as, . , 1 . ' , . , ' . , . 1 1 I W Y L 1 A Tp ': I.Bosc,I. "km, . cs , , 'lls, . ' ' . . ' . " R ' L. ' ' , . ' ' 1 , . . Li d . Dish '. L. Ch r-I, E. 2 . R FIRST FORJVI 'Top Row D Stexens S Langmulr D ames C Klode R Sokol F Boemel Second Row B Kummer N Schwartz T Lappln C Brennan R Gebhardt I Guetzkow Front Row F Stratton S Colman H Echols SFIVIOR KINDFRG 4RTFlV P Henmngsen Second Row M Holbrook T Well K Mmmck K McGregor B Van Dyke Mandel T Merker j Brexdeter Front Row G Randall D Davidson D Drew B Blommer K Brennan P McGu1re B M.1llett f' Burghardt T Mxller 96 : . ' , . - ' , . I , . , . , . ' . : , ' ., 1 L ' Top Row: B. Wittig, C. Brumder, I. Goldstein, M. Murray, M. Harley, Moss, T. Parker I. , . , . ' -. . I . ' , .V I , . , JUNIOR KINDPRGARTPN To Rou B Koehler Has elkus S 'I-0fClNld R Foote M Brumder N Par cr Edward: P Chamberlln Setond Row S Gallon McGregor Gruber Clayton A MCSQIDLCY M Kopmelcr R Vkuen ch B Folnmn R Read Front Ron P Mayer -I Ross X URSER5 SCHOUI Top Rom D Mullett A Telpel S Dawdion S Chamberlin S uarles H Schudson S Stratton TOfClV1a Second Rom C Rvan A Laurlt en K Bdnnen B OMeard B Kasten S ohnson R Evans F1ontRou T Hayes M Poor B Post 9 1 1 ,, 1 p 'z . , j. is , . . , . , . 'lc J. -I 1, . A . 3 : . ,1. ,1. , 1. ' . .e ' , . , . ' s , . , ' , . . 'z . , . .e C, Van Dyke. ff 1 V 1 J ' .l- - 'I - 4 1 - 2 1 - ' , - ', - 5 93 I lllflllllfllf k j DU1:C,Kl1R Babcock Auto Sprmg Co o athlon t xIIlXXXLlxll XXISLONSIX RFID BUPI OW Q SI RX ILI XX -XSHIXK 1 RI ASINC SIXICHNIZING KN A D H A NI S N606 X Llke Drlxe ff f M M JW xY?f 'K N? 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Q' H f, J f ' 7 1 M90 W 5 llSl.ll'0l'lC9'IfIC0l'P0l'0l0J GENERAL INSURANCE CHARLES RAY KIcCAI,LL7M, l'w.vi1lw1r K N ICMIL BRENNEN. 7'wm1rr- COL YTRX DAX XI ARKET V64 X Nmtx XIOHIL1 V5 G SchultL 1 lorzvf x S Inu S tlll1flZ Ill lumml D1 Ill Illlfflfllltl Inman ljlllllf Unlmlv and f IIIIIPIIIIIS U flilllllljk IN I U usmmd bbw l I Uguxoud 6680 l MILWAUKEE NOVELTY DYE WORKS Sanztozze C Lfllltl v ls L lpmm Dru I IJU'LXXO0li 9-H30 Jo Y S Champlonshlp Salls 2' IOX S BROOI HERS CO lm 'X XX ltu St Il xx Xl mr XX ISUJXSIX 17 IUH 1 1 r 1 7 V7 ' T , IL ' 4 K 307 If. Sil 'L-1' fpring J" 'A A 1 Ill' ffv' '1' ' f' '- 'Xi-1 x If " "'.v- Irxyx- .v f' Q: 1 . AT ALI. 'I' ,HCS 5 H, 1 . Q - K 4", .f fa 7 - 733 1431 pr 1 ' 1 i ,, f-A -"4 ' f Y 1 41 hiv ,.2A'. 'L "E, A .A 1A,. ..j.. -8 I mf fum nf OIIII G FFSQITIBH Co N wrt lnurt IS I I I I Till' ll ISI IIYSIN I UUI' I Nl IZ z wbzzwzf ffl!! Mu 110 EXST WIS! UNDIN AWE NIIIXY Xl Ixl'E FRANK A PIPKORX X IXI AWD SLGXR CO Rcflllcl 1 lzqzzza' Cam Sugm Vic Q IU uk! 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S I . . . . 1 I I I ' - l I I I I , . . . I I s , I I T.. I I , . . I I 0 0 I I iii- I I , . . I I 0 . I I l I . . . . I I 1 I - I I , . I . I I , rr ' H . I ' I Q I il:--nu-inn-Il-1-IIn--Ill-nnU-Illlll-I-I-nn------U' 1 Iii- .--. Q Surczssau Io 1 . I0 4.1 BRE Hijmf- BRGTHER inn! -li- rv ge .rf Noihlng could be liner for youngsrers for for any grown up wnn specnally prlzes lightness and handmessj than t one of Evlnrudes hgh! models O Ranger Spornman Spunwm KXJ 7 I dxf Xl lbttlllalll xc: OUTBOARD MOTORS When Milwaukee 'll r-- '1 --w-in 7, l was 7 years young' J Lnt e m me w p4 1 1 .1 rn 70 nn X e o up tm aus 1 4 IL 7 JN itel Strut om I at Cgllllllllg 1 Wll c s of tm rgr t lu E t 0 4 an xc 1 xuur serx fughuu rh cm 4 rm u xc x fm fll'Lll'ill lil ll L Nl llll lIl'l Ht' 'VII' ICI' In llllllllllllllg pI'llj,I'LNN 0 K LUIIIIIHIIIIIX FIRST WISCONSIN NATIONAL BANK OF MILWAUKEE ESTABLISHED 1853 mlurl .1111 U, 1151! mumnu fur nrnlmn lvl A - 'fine , . VV.l W 'X H .,.,. V M 4' : . l' 5 ' l .1 Ei V'l' 7- A X" - ' A jk , ' Li? I -f 3 'Xa 1 5 Q a we 1 A lx: . ffl -il . 0! X X5 A1-'X l .L '- - , ' 'K 'imlizli' I lj s 'Fj llllil1llllI" l -1 . .- E mln 1 1: - - 1 A malt' . 155' e lle- l "' 4 R :,x Exit' ' f .f'! fl 't e e ,age ' In 135' - wh' h Q" 1- of Nlilwauk- wa- 7 yeurx yuung, vith a mpulurir n rf'l1 nt - ,UUlJ-- the F: ' mer! and . lill rx' Bunk pm-cl ' ' l ,inwx in ll Nmnll one-rmm oH'i-- :lt -04 lint YV. Fr h' ls f' ' hm gm ' th l"irtXVixcul1NlIl Nzxtiunul liimk lay- ln N :ink in the Ntillc and rm- of he llc-I-f-wih 13 c 11' nic-nr llhces an A 3 'ics thrr I E- .Xnl la-', as in the past, thix Ulllsflllllllllg bank wr' - not only' an 1' hful gu Q AR leg it "5 f dx. lvut zu an act" y. tm ' the ' ' ' 1 ax fihl I .uf V -'.-fl-1 rp 'l, - -- J p ' N 1HE SHOE OF 'IOXIORROW U IIS F1110 Sfzncf T05 A NLHLXIALHI R X -XX S SHUI SIORI 4 7 I XXICOH III xc' 'n VX XV on ID xc- I 1111111111111 11iv A F 1' 1 e n d Xllluflulxee Axlummum an BIIIQQ Found rx Compam 6-is So Sammi St Xluquettc 4501 i 1' V , . . ly .1 1 f. 2-1 Vs s' Am Flf 7. isc s' Am I A A I 1' 1 . F , - of 1. , 1 , . I N ,- 1fZ Kearney SL Treeker Precmon and Productlon Marhme Toola fo Mllllng SL Borlng C r p 0 r a t i 0 n 'A' Buildersof r D u 0 DUC r 5 H L1qu1d Transport and Storage Tanks Truck Bodzes and H o1sts Road Machznery Automatrc Heatrng Equrpment Mzlk and Beverage Bottle Washers Water Softener and Supply Systems Agrrcultural Dehydratrng Equrpment TRADITION Trad1t1on IS a stern master It 1S the check re1n of foolhardlness and the bell wether of progress especrally here at Herl where qualrty and leadershrp rs a hard and tast tradmon For 45 years we have operated on funda mentally sound development and manufac turmg pr1nc1p1es that have glven us leader shlp 1n w1de1y dlversrfled frelds Today Hell products serve over 125 d1tfer ent types of bus1ness and mdustry and the Herl Co enjoys an envxable posltron as a ploneer 1n the productlon of equxpment for better foods better homes better roads better transportatron Quahty 1S a Hell trad1t1on and trade mark so much so that throughout the world 1t IS recogmzed as a symbol of skrlled crafts manshlp and a guarantee of satrsfactory product performance and lastmg servrce res Eg 0 lv-t I. 'Ir g 1 T IL: K J 'k MILK 07 6,75 ir CREAM GRIDLEY DNMON ir Bur1'lanml.K if corner cases: 7 3 7 0 -Ar DELICIOUS ICE enum f HUEBSCH NTANUP ACTURINC COMPANY I RIG- U 5. PAY. OFF. MA rquefie CwUlI1f7f!'lllCI1f.S' 0 V 1 l J A 1 Des Forges Companx W1 Lon m Xxnnuc r IWKLRI XXISLOXSIX G Y ACG? h stensen M v I4N MILWAUKEE ST FINE FURS I 13 sf 111s nv If Ifffz Illfll Pmsfvuzla in ffm GlllHlIl!1f17IU Cfrzvv nf19-16 UNI VVFBERS sl KAN BAXI RX xxlm I I NQHI S CllllIf7lIlllC nfs A FRIEND w 5 Iiatallwlishcd S68 NI1lI'fllIt'IlC SUKI C, . ' ' , . Y for -P27 Fast NS' S' : " A Y U1 1 . 'H 7. -I fflffffljf 1' 110114 PHJIITI - Ml. A "iii , X 'S Standard S ts-Rare B k -Books of all P bl"h , Bk,-f By, d'l--FchBk, F' S 4 y-C d f E O .- 1 14 - . V 1 ' ' . J F ' rv ' H 327 ff. XXv.5L'4lIl5iI1 :X l'iRIf.' I I fUIIfS ,Vi ,'." CQ , ' J w Of mdofws hat ook on omowow HE mllls cmd plants of A O Sm1th stretch across 260 acres 1n four C1t1eS SMITHway welded steel products are 1n use 1n the most drstant corners of the earth But the heart and bram of the A O Sm1th organxzauon are rn th1s steel and glass Research Burldlng n Mllwaukee where the w1ndows look out n on tomorrow As Stuart Chase the noted economlst once wrote ln Fortune Engl neermg research 1S the Chlef bus1ness of th1s Company Research at A O Sm1th never ends Contxnuously It seeks to fmd develop and gurde 1nto produc t1on better ways to make better th1ngs for all people KM- M O 0 o o ' Q 0 . I I I . . . . . .1 . ' I I - . . . . ,, I ' . . . . . . I I . . - . . i . 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