Milwaukee Country Day School - Arrow Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 136 of the 1948 volume:
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school and its numerous functions. so have these activities been recorded by
the editors to the best of their ability. XVe have tried to deviate from the well-
trod path of the past few A:-rwzzi. but this attempt has been hampered by
post-war finances. It is our sincere hope that the personality of the school.
its faculty and students. has been clearly retlectetl. .incl that school life with
its cherished memories will be brought back in tlays to come by scanning
the pages of this. the 1948 Arran.
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NORBERT B. ENZER
"Nimbo" is, without a doubt. one of the class's
most prominent and ambitious members. As a
result of his leadership and friendly manner, he
has climaxed his four years at CD. by being elected
Senior Class President and a Prefect. He is prob-
ably also one of the most versatile seniors, for
his interests are varied among student govern-
ment - constant boosterg publications - Ledger
editor: athletics-football, hockey and baseball
standoutg social activities-B.G. His record at
Country Day has been truly commendable, and
he has done more for the class of '48 than any
other senior. However, despite his full schedule.
he always finds time to help a fellow classmate.
w,llCIl1Cf it's Yale or Princeton we know hell
climb to the top.
JOHN G. BELL
Ever since Jack entered the school in his fresh-
man year, his familiar stride and "Ichab0d" form
have been a familiar sight around CD. Indeed,
Jack has proved himself invaluable in many re'
spects, for he has taken upon himself jobs which
might seem ungainly to mostg for he has been a
faithful cheer-leader for the past two years and
has also contributed his innumerable talents to
the Ledger in the capacity of assistant circulation
manager. Although jack has not been a member
of the student council, he has been a staunch
promotor of student governmentg for many have
been the helpful comments and suggestions as
well as amendments which have stemmed from
his den in the Ledger balcony. Northwestern
will be pleased to greet jack next year.
JEROLD J. BISCHOFF
And now we have jerry--good old jerry. ln his
years at Country Day he has taken more kidding
than any other boy in the class. His perpetual
confusion in his speaking has made him one of
the class characters. In spite of the fact that
"Bisch" has been a strict and firm prefect, it may
be said that he does not have an enemy in the
school. jerry was president of the glee club this
year, and his deep voice has made him an asset
to the Gamboliers for two years. In athletics
Jerry has been the workhorse of every team he
has been on. Jerry has always done a creditable
job in anything he tries. Next year, if all goes
as planned, Michigan will have a swell freshman
in jerry Bischoff.
RICHARD j. CRITTENDEN
Dick has won the position of one of the most
forthright members of the class. His slow, logical
way of explaining things makes him a very easy
person to listen to. Critt has been a very hard-
working editor of the Ledger. and he has proved
himself very capable in this line. Dick has a very
sensible view about the student council, as he
does about everything. Dick's greatest ability lies
in his scholarshipg he had maintained an honor
roll average for four years. Tennis is his strong
point in sports. Having played on the team since
his freshman year, he was made captain for his
senior year. Dick will attend Williams next year,
and we know that he will do very well.
STEPHEN M. CUSHMAN, JR.
Marsh's quiet, tranquil manner and his residence
in Racine make him a mystery man to most of
the class. What his activities are on his week-
ends, no one will ever know: but, however, we
have found that inside his casual exterior lie a
passion for hunting and a remarkable sense of
humor. Everything seems to go easily for Marsh,
and it seems that there is nothing that he cannot
take in his stride. j.V. and touch football have
usually occupied his afternoons in the fall, while
Senior League basketball and track are his re-
spective fortes in winter and spring. Chess and
ritle club have consistently taken up his activity
periods. VC'e wish him the best of luck at Ripon
JOSEPH A. CUTLER, III
joe is renowned for his virtuosity as a most cordial
host. His friendly manner and red hair are known
throughout the school and are a sure sign of a
congenial comrade. In the winter he risks life
and limb playing in the notorious Senior Leagues.
For the last four years joe has added his melodious
talented voice to the glory of the glee club. He
has also graciously given his time and effort to-
wards the financial success of the Arrow. He
served as head of the committee in charge of the
decorations for the very successful junior Prom.
Possessing a rare interest in art, he was well-
qualified for the job, joe is headed for Princeton,
come fall, and we all wish him luck.
HERMAN E. FRENTZEL, III
Herman came to us in his sophomore year and
immediately became one of the leaders of his
class, which is verified by the fact that he was
elected to the student council and then appointed
to the office of prefect in his senior year. Herm
is very well versed in matters dealing with politics
and current events, and it is a rare sight to find
him free from any sort of discussion on those
subjects. Maintaining a commendable scholastic
average Herm was one of the leaders of his class.
As far as athletics were concerned Herm reserved
his talents for track and the 880, in which capacity
he did a very excellent job. Wherever he may go,
he has our best wishes for a bright future.
DANIEL B. GUTE
"Gutie" has been with the class of '48 since his
freshman year, and in those four eventful years
he has moulded for himself an excellent reputa-
tion. He has contributed his many talents to every
phase of school life and has gone about his tasks
in a very conscientious manner. Scholastically, Dan
is up with the leaders. His jobs with the Arrozz'
and Ledger have been many, but his greatest
achievement in this line was his appointment as
Arrou' editor. Dan has also done himself proud
in athletics, for he has been on the football squad
for the last two years and has taken part in basket-
ball and tennis. All in all Dan is well on his way
to success. Good luck at Northwestern, Danny.
BRUCE A. I-IANSON
Withotxt that modern means of transportation,
known as the automobile, "Boston's" life would be
unbearable. We think he knew how to drive
when he was born, but Wisctxnsin's statutes sort of
cramped his style. There is nothing he likes
better than the task of usouping up" a stock V-8.
Another one of his outside interests is music, for
he is not only an accomplished artist at the piano
but also a great enthusiast of modern music. Be-
sides these outside activities he also manages to
attend school. lf he could not drive there, we do
not think he would come at all. ln athletics Bruce
has been a member of the -I.V.'s and of the hockey
squad. Next year his black convertible will be
rolling over Northwesterns campus. Good luck.
WILLIAM C. HOWLAND
Here is the class joker-the practical joker. Billy
has become notorious for his whimsical sense of
humor. To some of the more gullible boys of
the class, this young man has been a terrible dis-
tractiong for he has a way of making people be-
lieve the strangest things. "Howlie" has been a
very conscientious worker throughout his many
years at our school. Through the Ledger. the stu-
dent council, and the office of prefect Bill has con-
firmed the fact that he is a capable leader. In his
early years Bill's size hampered him considerably
in sportsg however, of late he has shown to us
all that he is potentially a fine athlete. Willinims
College will have a hne student and a wonderful
fellow in Bill next year.
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HERBERT J. HUEBSCH, JR.
Among his other accomplishments Herbie is well-
known for his lusty cheer-leading despite his ap-
parently conservative manner. He rates high
scholastically in both English and history. He
won the approval of his class by being elected to
the student council, where he has served faithfully
since his sophomore year. Herb holds the position
of circulation manager for the Ledger, a duty
which he has performed with a great deal of re-
liability. He also is a staunch member of the
glee club. In the winter he tries his luck as a
captain of Senior Leagues. Herbie has his sights
aimed at Grinnell. where we feel his abilities will
BOB K. KLOPPENBURG
Here we have one of the hnest athletes to hit our
school in the past decade. "Kloppy". with a stoic
expression that has vexed all his opponents as well
as his teammates, has shown tremendous potential-
ity in all of his chosen sports. Referred to by
some as the "little dynamo". he has lived up to
that name with undiminishing energy. Off the
Hill Bobs activities are numerous and well-known.
Throughout this year his name has appeared in
the Swmzplnwe on many occasions and in several
connections. "Kloppy" is seldom caught Hatfooted
by anyone and always has a quick comeback for
all remarks. Often he has kept us in stitches with
his deadpan humor, both in and out of class.
Witlm Bob go the wishes of his classmates for
a very successful life in whatever field he chooses.
THGMAS D. KOCH
Tom has been at CD. but one year, transferring
to the School on the Hill from Whitehsh Bay
High. However, he has done a remarkable job,
not only in his academic work, but also in estab-
lishing himself in school life as a "high and
mighty Senior". He has rapidly acquired the
knack of getting his quota at the lunch table.
which is quite an achievement. Tom played foot-
ball under Mr. Wilstin this fall, and this winter
under Mr. Laird he played another kind of foot-
ball called Senior League basketball. We saw him
on the tennis courts this spring, Tom has been
a fine addition to our class this year, and we wish
him all the luck in the world at Purdue next fall.
"Ron-Ron" is one of the intellectuals at Country
Day. He entered CD. in his freshman year and
has been on the honor roll consistently ever since.
Ron has managed the finances of the Ledger this
year with constant efficiency. In the winter he is
a member of that lusty group of blood-thirsty
young men-Senior Leagues. Ronny has a true
interest in things cultural: music, art, and liter-
ature. Attending all the fine symphony concerts
Milwaukee has to offer, Ron evaluates the per-
formances with the critical mind of a connoisseur.
He also has an interest in world politics and enjoys
discussing events at home and abroad. Come Sep-
tember, Ron-Ron hopes to be at home in the
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EMERSGN W. NOYES
Emerson is one of those boys whom people can-
not help liking. He is one of the very few re-
maining members of the kindergarten class from
which our present class has grown. "Em" can
probably talk faster than any other boy in the
schoolg for he has kept many an English, Latin,
and German class in an uproar with his high
speed oratory. He must think we are all deaf,
for we are always saying "what?" every time he
opens his mouth. His notorious adventures with
the ladies and his ability to get in and out of
more scrapes ought to make very good listening
10 years hence. As yet Em is a little uncertain
about his future, but in whatever he chooses, he
is bound to be successful.
HERBERT W. OVIATT, III
Bert came to us in his freshman year, and since
then his good-natured smile and enviable spirit
have instilled a lasting impression on the whole
school. This spirit was evident in him as an
athletic participant but is magnified now to a
much greater extent in the role of an ardent sup-
porter of all our athletic functions. In the way
of activities Bert has shown an equal interest in
the glee club. His booming bass voice has added
volume to the small second-bass section. Bert has
also been a great help to the class of '48, for he
has served on many committees. We feel that
his unbounded will and determination will lead
him on to ultimate success.
LUTHER L. PAINE
In the one year that "Louie" has been at Country
Day, he has easily painted himself into the school
picture. This talented young man has surprisingly
braved C.D.'s stormy path in spite of his rough
academic course. Through hard work and ad-
vantageous poundage he managed to get a foot-
ball letter, and he withstood the cold on the
hockey team this winter. His fine tenor voice has
been a splendid addition to the glee club, and we
have heard reports that he can blow a "fine horn".
Records and music are his hobby. His jovial man-
ner and conscientious attitude have carried him
far .it CLD., .ind we know they will continue to
do so .it both St. Olaf College and the University
MAURICE J. REUTER, JR.
Probably the most widely known member of our
class is Maurie Reuter. His amazing abilities in
the field of sports and his undying friendliness
have accounted for this fact. "Mouse" seems to
have something really extra-specialg all the women
seem to flock to him. The exploits of this lad on
the gridiron have become almost legendary, but
to the unbeaten, untied team of this year they are
a reality. Maurie showed wonderful spirit and
leadership throughout this year's football season,
and he has shown almost amazing improvement
in school work. We are sure that wherever Maurie
goes to college he will be a success both in his
work and among his fellow students.
OLAF I. ROVE
If any of Ole's friends have ever had trouble with
their cars, he has been more than happy to lend a
helping hand, "Offy" has the reputation for say-
ing the wrong thing at the right time. His antics
in class and his drawings before class have been
considerably enjoyable to all of us. It has been
only in the last year or two that Ole has come
into his own. However, he has made a place for
himself in our class doings. His loose-jointed walk
and loping run have become a familiar sight
around the School upon the Hill. No matter
where he decides to further his education, Ole
will be favorably accepted.
ROBERT F. SINCLAIR
"Sink", with his slow, deliberate drawl, is one of
the strong, silent men of our class. Many people
have underestimated Bobby's abilties in more
ways than one. In athletics Bob has shone in
both baseball and basketball, and yet he has been
unjustly overlooked when athletics are discussed.
In schoolwork he is notorious for coming up with
1 spectacular answ er at the most unexpected times
Though his social escapades are not so talked of
is others he has done more than his share of
hetrtbrciking Bob has 1 habit of inyuring him
self in the oddest xx lys imaginable No one can
deny that Bob is one of the truly grand members
of our class and ought to do well at Brown next
STEPHEN G SWISHER III
There is only one boy who may be identified by a
smirk Skip There have been many titles be
stowed upon this laddie the most fitting of these
is the connoisseur of women Through his pro
found tdherence to ethics he has developed 1
tremendous social popularity His honesty may
be proyed by the fact that he has been treasurer
thc distinction of being the most htrdheirted
council member ind yet let it neycr be sud th it
Skip is inexorlble He xx as co ciptun of hockey
md trick ind h IS xyon letters in footbtll hockey
tnd trick His grtdes hue ilyxiys becn tcce-pt
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ARTHUR M. TOEPFER
Art may be considered one of the so-called "old
guard" of the senior class, as he has been with
us since the fifth form. In good nature Art rates
highly, possessing an amiable manner and a rare
sense of humor. Art is perhaps best known to
his classmates as an excellent authority on the
world of sports. Due to an injury incurred during
his sophomore year, "Toofer" has been unable to
take part in athletics to any great extentg but his
finesse along these lines is well-known to all his
colleagues, as he was a member of both the varsity
basketball and baseball teams. His Epicurean
tastes and his "joie de vivre" will be further culti-
vated on the shores of Lake Mendota next year.
CARL A. WEIGELL
Another of the "old guard", Carl has been with
this year's senior class since kindergarten days. It
is with deepest sincerity that we say it would be
extremely difficult to find a young man with as
friendly a manner as Carl's. Always good-natured
and rarely given to complaining, Carl has made
his impression on the school with firm decision
and character. He has proved invaluable to the
Arrou' throughout his school career because of
his excellent photography. Basketball is Carl's
forte as far as sports are concerned, but despite
his evident ability he has contented himself with
Senior Leagues. We predict a very bright future
for our classmate, Carl, and feel certain that he
will be greatly missed around C.D.
ROBERT N. WILLIAMS, JR.
Bob is without a doubt one of the hardest work-
ing boys in his class. Ever since his freshman
year Boy has worked on the Arrou' and has put
his all into the publication of this yearbook.
"Bobbie" has also been one of the unsung back-
bones of the successful athletic teams, serving in
the capacity of manager. Though he is not known
to all as a "Don juan", he has had some mighty
interesting adventures with the fair sex. Despite
the constant ribbing Bob has taken, he is well-
liked by all those who know him. Bob hopes to
follow in the footsteps of Mr. Church and go to
Hamilton. Good luck, Bobg we know you will
JAMES H. WINDSOR
At any school function, if you were to stand on a
chair and look up over the crowd, you would
probably see a head and a pair of shoulders far
above the rest. Those impressive head and should-
ers belong to lanky jim Windsor. This lad, as
you would expect, is a line basketball player and
a very enthusiastic supporter of the game itself.
This year he put one of his tremendous legs to
good use and booted some important extra points
for Coach Laird and his football charges. "Big
jim" has surprised us all by coming up with
some excellent grades in his school work, a fact
definitely to his credit. Witlt his plans for next
fall somewhat uncertain, jim is at at loss as to
just what to do. Wlizttexfer he decides to do or
wherever he decides to go, he will be well-
GUY V. WOODY, JR.
Buddy is one of those friendly fellows whom you
can't help liking. Bud and a good time are almost
synonymous. Even though his Pittsburgh accent
has gradually faded, it hardly seems possible that
he arrived at C.D. just a few years ago. In this
time his winning smile and jovial disposition
have become familiar to all at Country Day. His
athletic ability is quite remarkable, for what he
lacks in quantity is compensated by quality. He
has held down the guard and full-back positions
on the football team this last year, while he excels
in basketball in the winter. He is a regular on
the baseball team. Bud is planning to attend
Brown University next year, where we know his
easy going manner will be just as acceptable as
it was at C.D.
FRANK O. WYSE
Ever since Frank entered Country Day, he has
more and more firmly established himself as a
young man with exceptional mental prowess.
Numerous indeed have been the scholastic honors
which have come his way during his five years
in the senior school. Franks attributes run not
only along scholastic lines but along athletic lines
as well, for he has done a very surprising job in
the distance events for the track team during the
past two years. Franks main hobbies are music
and chess, both of which occupy much of his
spare time. Frank plans to study engineering,
for which he will prep at M.l.T., and with him
go all our wishes for a bright future, which we
feel is in store for him.
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As the gr1du1t1ng sen1ors humbly rece1ye the1r hard c1rncd d1plom1s at Commencement one often
yyonders yy h1t the future holds for them So lf IS yy1th the members of the class of 18 and 1n order
to drreet your thoughts 1n the proper channels con ern1ng them yye the 18 Anon staff yyr1te th1s
prophecy 1bout our felloyy SCUIOYS
W1tl1 your perm1ss1on yye look 1hc1d tyyenty years and take you to the exclus1ye R1cquet Club 1n
Neyy York C1ty In one of the sp1c1ous su1tes W find Arthur Toepfer, yyellknoyyn football coach
md yyorld f1mous plumber Th1s man of d1st1nct1on yyho 1nc1dent1lly, has changed to Calyert Re
serye has just f'.11'llSl1Cd 1n oyer hlhng meal 1nd ls enyoymg hlS 1fter d1nner s1esta The neryous stra1n
h1s been tremendous for l11m 1n the p1st feyy yyeek, he 1115 drlyen h1s footb1ll team through 1 tough
se1son 1nd on tl1rough 1 Rose Boyyl y1ctory Noyy he must return to h1s plllfnblflg busmess 1nd 1yy 11t
the next footb1ll se tson He reluct1ntly contemplates th1s moye yyl11le l1sten1ng to Bert Oyllllb ten
oclock r1d1o sports tl1sh Berts sterlmg XUILL 1mm d11tely st1rts Arts fTllI1el yy lDLlC.I'lI1LQ b1ck to the
ole cl1ss of I8 xt Country D1y
As mrght be expected, the hrst H1111 yyho comes to Arts fHlIlCl IS h1s old p1l IIT! WlI1ClSlDf for lm h1s
rlso UJI1IlHLlLLl l11s 1thlet1e endclyors 1n l11s llter l1fe More ch1mp1onsh1p hghters l11yc truned rn Wlnd
sors B1g Gym th1n 111 tny other SIIILC the dtys of tl1e old Sfllllfllll pl 1ec
Art remembers l11s l1st Xl5lI b1ck to the old hometo yn yyherc he yy IS so krndly recc1yed by the gen11l
Mr Cutler oc yyas st1ll m1n1g1ng the Cutler Fsttte 1nd frequently entertuned h1s m1ny fI'lLULlS If
hrs perpetu 1l open houses At one of these 1ffa1rs Toepfer bumped 1nto 1 yyell dressed m1n 1bout
town and I'DlfII'CSS m1nuf1eturer, 1nd from bel11nd 1 huge Stogre he recognlzed the flmllllf features
of Llfl A We1gell At h1S s1de yy.1s Mr Herbert Huebsch, yycll to do l1undry CqLl1pH16I1f m 1nuf.1c
turer Another 1nc1dent stands out 1n tl1e flllllel of o11r coach for IH h1s usual mghtly outmg he
m 111 looked qu1te unehmged and had no more teeth m1ss1ng but of course h1s feet yyere a b1t fl1tter
At tl11s POIDI Mr Toepfer drops off 1nto a he1yy sleep and h1s ICIDIHISLIUS LOHEIIILICS 1n the form of
a dream Out of the fog that surrounds all drerms cames a PICILIIC of a luncheon table around yy h1eh are
se1ted Mr jack Bell Repubhcan N1lf1OHZl Cha1rman Dr Maur1ce Reuter noted psych1atr1st, Mr Emerson
Noyes outstandrng Shakespearean actor of the decade, yyho has been forced to ret1re due to the loss of
seyer1l fingers and Mr Robert W1ll1ams, yyho IS under the care of Dr Reuter after hay 1ng d1vorced
h1s th1rd yy1fe A m1st covers the phantom l1ke sc ne and clears shortly to rey eal qu1ck gl 1nces of other
members of the class of 48 Mr Marshall Cushmaa, hunt1ng ed1tor of the Raeme 7471611716 follovyed
by Dr Jerold B1schoff Dr Bob Kloppenburg and Prof Frank Wyse all of yyhom are do1ng yyell 1n
Il1C,lI' chosen profess1ons 1n the W1ndy C1ty
Next, Bruce Hanson and Olaf Rove enter the dream and Ilghfly so for Messrs Hanson Rove and
Toepfer became more than good frrends wh1le they were 1n the hosprtal together Bruee had suffered
1 bra1n concuss1on from 1n acc1dent 1n the ftmous 500 m1le auto race at lnd1anapol1s Ole had suffered
lI1lUI'lCS yyh1le repa1r1ng h1s m1dget r1cer and Art had h1s r1ght 1rm operated on by the renowned sur
geon Damel B Gute It yyas through Dr Cmtes sk1ll and knoyyledge that Arts arm yy IS saved
Art h1s not l1tely come IH contact yy1th the rest of h1S 1llLlSII'1OL1S classmates but h1s 1mag1n1t1ve and alvy ays
1lert SLlbL0flSL10L1S m1nd fills 1n and p11nts the followrng p1cture Mr Guy V Woody IS the crusad1ng
ed1tor of the l1ttle Murpbyznzuz D 1113 Debamr 1nd through hlS gre II reform campalgn he h1s thoroughly
yy1ped out yuyenrle delmquency 1n Murphytoyvn Stephen G Syy1sher, Ill IS 1 prom1nent petroleum
engmeer, yy ho yy as recently yery serrously myured by 1 gusher yy h1le peermg doyyn the p1pe IH search of
o1l Mr Robert S1ncl11r IS st1ll lf Brown IS Dean of ALlI'1'llSSlOI1S He has made Brown a VERY d1tf1
eult school to enter Mr Myron I 1sk1n h1s yyon 1ntern 1t1on'1l recogmtlon IS 1 yyorld tr tveller 1nl a
eonno1sseur of tl1e flne arts
Bemg hungry 1g11n, Mr Toepfer wyakes suddenly and ClCClClCS to le1ye hrs club He goes doyyn the
elev1tor and across the lobby to the door Hoyyever ID do1ng so he notrces Messrs Hoyyl1nd, Cr1tten
den and FI'CHl'ZCll11XlUg 1 he1ted 1rgument The subject COMMUNISM of course As Mr Toepfer
le1yes the bu1ld1ng he remembers that one of h1s elassm1tes has not been accounted for 1n h1s remrnrsclng
Hoyyever the numerous neon adyert1s1ng s1gns bearmg the name Kochs Cola qu1ckly refreshes hlS
memory and 1lso h1s Il1lI'Sf IS he stops for a gl 1ss of Koel1s Col1 tl11t IS Mr Toepfer readxly consumes
1 sm 1ll snack along yy1th h1s beyerage and he slowly heads back to h1s sunte where yye le1ve hrm en
grossed IH the 11test best sell1ng noy el of the tlme yyr1tten by the scholarly m1n of letters Luther I
Although yye h1ye trred our best IH darmg to look 1nto the mcomprehenslble future to brmg yo11 1n ac
curate 1968 plLIllI'C yye may have flllen qL11IC short of our goal for yyho knoyys yyhat trlcks f1te vynll
play on us mortals Hoyyever, we smcerely hope our class yy1ll hnd happ1ness 1nd success 1n the 1ntr1
cate modern yyorld
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Kuelthau Second rou J Sokol Walton Meser Murphx Blrd T Frank Lown Grossman
Downey Front rou Taft Wenzel J Reuter Goodrrch Erskme Derfel Br1te Karser
Absent R Frank Squrer
TA gfau of 49
The class of 49 began an excellent year by electmg Bob Lovm presrdent and rm Reuter secretary
Scholastrcally the class rs well represented by such honor roll stalwarts as Henry Blume Tom Frank
electrlcal ohn Ersklne Phrl Krueger and Karl Hettxxer
Athletlcally the Iunmors have done thelr share on the fields led bx ohn Gesser Bob Lovsn Pete Kuel
thau rm Reuter and Dick Walton In football and track the umors haxe espetmlly stood out Paul
Dovmey 1 new member has brought orrgmahty to the cheering squad
The class has done xts part ln student goxernment and the boys ss ho try to turn rn thelr quotas exery
In acrlvltles we hue also done xxell The elxss IS sereruded by erooners lxuelthlu Walton Squler
Murphy Bird Sexmour Meyer Taft Krueger md T Frmk Blume Hettxxer Squler Sokol Grossman
R Frank Seymour and Wenzel work for the Lt fgu mtl Annu The Frank boys md Frsklne study
rbout cars rn unto meehxmes xlthough Sokol and Hettxxer tre the proud possessors of hot rods
In short the ellss ns ready to assume the role of SENJIORS md we promnse to IIIIIIIIC the freshmen to
the vudest lnmlt of our powers
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Top mu KL lo RI G Cushman Van Antwerpen McDonald Schnclder Wlnnre Ausman
Clark K Tallmadge Second mu Mellon R Bourne Bury Carpenter D Swisher Dlckens
P1erce Ward Front rou G Toepfer Puchner Wlgdale Tewelcs D Tallmadge Worden
'I' Reuter Hrpke
The efafu of 50
Wnth the electron of Drck Mellon as presldent and D1cl- Bourne as secretary treasurer the class of
1950 began a year that gave great promlse of thxngs to come ln both lthletxcs and academics
In scholastlc achxevements B1ll Dickens Dan Smsher and George Toepfer led the way for the rest
of us a1d were absolute fixtures on the Honor Doll
In football Touchdown Tom Reuter and Dlck Bourne were major factors nn the Varsltys unde
feared season vwhrle Norm Wlgdale Fred Bury Chet Schneider Kelrney Carpenter and Swisher
stood out on the V squad Winter came and so d1d hockey and basketball Puck Wcmrden Jack Ward
and Carpenter represented our clxss on the xce and Reuter Schneider Svusher and Bourne contrib
uted some stellar basketball performmccs for the V3fS1Iy W1th the sprmg comes the c1ll of the out
doors and baseball track and tennls We can v1su1l1ze Wxgdale 1nd Ward as our major candldates on
the VHFSIIQ baseball team Trlck vull probably dravt sucn 'ISPIYIUIS as Bourne Reuter Bury Svusher
md Mellon While Bucky Prerce and Alon Wlnnre alll llkely be the classs top racketteers
The Glee Club attracted such crooners IS K Tmllmadge Wlnnle M1cDon1ld Wlgdale and others
Mellon Wlgdale and Al Puchner wrote many xrtlcles for The Ledger
Socnallx speakrng the absence of llfes m1gnet1c object an lutomoblle presented too much frater
nnzatron suth Downers FAIR sex but we learned the true value of friendship among ourselves
Soon the Golden Age w1ll be reached and then there wlll no longer be any lnmnt on our brrght
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Blemmer 566011411011 Wegmann Mlkkelson, NV1rth Boerke Gutenkunst, Gran Weber,
Vllter Powell Schroeder, Brumder front R011 D Blume Gallun, Ovratt C Bourne
Warner Pollworth Burlxngame Maxer LaCro1x Absent Flagg Purtell
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The 1rr1x11 of hte new boxs brought the Freshmm el1ss enrollment to twenty nme The new boys
1re Mle Powell Bruee Crm Ltrry Pollworth Tom Qfutenkunst md beorge Wlrner
All of us hate surwned the wrath of the Semors m good style Our 1n1t11t1on howexer w IS eut short
because of our unexpected ne w 1th the Sophomores ln the Fresh Soph pull Though mmus some of
our muselemen we st1ll mmaged to hold the Sophomores
In the f1ll the Freshmen were members of the Iumor V1rs1ty though some of the hghter boys pl1yed
wrth the Iumor le1gues Pete Wegm1nn 1nd Tom Rxmrude represented the el1ss on the undefeftted
VIYSIIK squxd though Tom w1s srdelmed euly ID the se 1son bx IU myury
XX'1th the eommg of wmter n1ne boys were plu mg V1rs1tx blsl-.etbftll wlth Pete Wegm1nn Tony
Lnllun md Ted Clerhmrdx the outstmdmg performers Due Blume Qh1rl1e Bourne md Ed Brumder
put thelr t1lents to use on the hoeleex rlnle while the rest of the el1ss pl1yed umor letgue b1slcetb1ll
The el1ss eleeted Ch 1rl1e IXFILISC lS presldent and Ted Qrlflllfell lb tre1surer Ted 15 serxmg rn thus
otlee for the seeond eonseeutlxe xe1r 1nd he lb dome: 1 swell yob t1le1ng 1w1x our h1rd elrned
monex Ted 1nd lim XVeber 1re the Freshmen el1ss members on the Student Counell
Sprmg w1ll Irob1blx see Pete XX egmmn md Ted C1erh1rdx plume X 1rs1ts b1seb1ll llkl Ted Ox11tt
H1 l l lirumder out for tr1ele M1e XX 1rth ml T1 m lxmrude w1ll prob1blx lgllll repe1t thelr letter
wmnmg perform mees on the X1rs1tx tenms te 1m
e Cllee Club lb 1 p1pul1r lLIlXlfX wlth the el1ss ml ul there beme no less Illlll nme boss lenel e
thelr t1lents to If though lm Vsebers XOILL stmds out 1b1xe 1ll otuers
C Cl'1SS of 251 J Q 'el A . J oo 11' ' " .me h.1s dehnitel' taken Ll prominer wo-
sltlon in "The Sehool upon the Hilllf
Top mu IL to RJ Flcra Decker Flser Snapper Culbert H Sokol Athu Steelman Sullt
van Owen Second rou T Wrndsor Mrller R Gutenkunst Kurth Ott Fraser P Duecker
D James T Fxtzgerald Skolmk Front mu Pabst Dreher Mandel Moore Srmpson
T Frentzel Marer Ersenberg S james
Nlne new members jomed the ranks of the eighth form chxs year They are B1llCulbert Pete Dueck
er Bob Ersenberg Tom Frtzgerald ohn Fmser Tom Frentzel Dlck Gutenkunst and Vic Mfuer
As has happened to many other erghth forms rn the past when Halloween came around we were
all rnmated mto the Royal Order of Mukr
All the members of the etghth form have gone all out for the Senxor Schools program of sports 1nd
acrrvmes Rule Club has been espec1ally popular
Durlng the football season lm Sullrvan ohn Owen and Morton Flora were members of the unror
Vars1ty The remaxnder of the erghth formers played on the unlor League squad
When basketball season arrxved the group included Athev Culbert Dreher Elsenberg Elser Frtz
gerald Fraser Frentzel D ames Maier Moore Slmpson Skolnlk Snapper Sokol Steelman Sullnan
Wrndsor Duecker Mandel Owen and Flora
S ames Kurth Mlllef Ott Pabst Decker and Gutenkunst are the classs hockey enthususts
The erghth form IS proud of the may IH vnhlch rt has been regularly represented on the honor roll
The class offrcers are Fred Elser presldent and Fred Mrller secretary and treasurer
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Top Roz: fL ru R f Hettvter S Svslsher Gerhardx D Swusher R Bourne. Wexgell Second
Rua Huebsch MeI10n,CarpLnter Squltr .I Reuter Lovxn I-I Blume Frou! Roz: T Frank
Grvssman Xweber Wlgdale
Student goxernment II Countrx Du eonslsts of tuo groups the student Lounexl ind the prefeets The
student eounullnrs 1re elected by the members of th dxfferent eltsses to serxe for 1 yett unless re eleeted
tt the end of thelr terms Tvso electxons are held edch xetr tn xxhteh htlf of the CXlSIlf1g eouncll members
go up for re eleetxon rn the first electlon md the other hqlf ln the next elettlon The prefeets 1re
lppmnted bx thur predeutssors md tpproxed bx the fxeultx Addltmn 11 prefeets mu be tppolnted bx
the lLIlI'lg members IIT th' full of thur senior ye tr
The gml uf student gmcrnment IS not unh to tdmtnlster jL1dlLlOLlbIX the JISLIPIIDC of the sehool bs
the students themselxes but tlso to tequunt the bms nxth the LTLIIICS lnherent ln 1 utmenshlp of our
nwtrttle I1lIllJI1 s c ' tw s tm 1
uffentts The pretetts yudge whether the bm ns lll tx or nut mt xxx trd demtrlts ttuurd1m,tothe suerxtx
L s t ut x tt t s t nrt v stutent tuuntrl mettu s
t tt e trt rn Il'lUI'ITlI1L Lhtpel serxlt
IS t NLI ns shtmn tn un vretettntet nnterut m student emernmet trtxtxpttln
suertl debttu tumernlns. tmendments to the kllR5l'lFLlYlUI1 The tuulutmntrx sxstem ut UDLIITLII Llcttmns
nth xl. rs t N IUHLYII T r ulSLLlSSllI1 X Q mutt tlus keen tu
wtrttut ut III sthuu Lmernment xxx wntlnue tu Lrmx Ill the tux
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It is the jub uf the student wumilurs tu supervise study hulls and tu Assign demetits to buys who cummit
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LED ER EDITORS CI'lIIC.I1dLI'l Howland Enzgr
ARROW LEDGER STAFF
Top R014 'L io R Grossman Mellon Laskm, Bell Puchner, Welgell Frou! R014 Hettxxer
Huebseh Frentzel Squier W1gda1e Wfenzel, H Blume
now and ,gadget
Work on t11e Anon th1s xe1r h1s h1d IIS ordmqrx problems of meetmg dertdlmes and obt11r11r1gf1nan
Llll btckmg T11e former xx IS dlffleult bee1use of '1 sm Ill st1ff and numerous sehool f1ct1x1t1es xxhxle the
11tter burden xx lb e1sed bx 1 eompetent busmess smff he1ded by 1ek Bell The brunt of rhe xxork on rh1s
pub11e1r1on xx IS sh1red bx the ed11ors Dm bute md Bob Wlll11mS D1n took e1re of the eopx of the
Anon md Bob held doxxn the photogr'1ph1e department md together they p11nned the 113 out Hovxexer
t11e ed1tors xxould 11ke ro une thmks to those xxho 1b1x 1ss1s1ed them mmelx Norbert Enzer B111 Hoxx
11110 md D1ek Qmtrenden xx ho e1xe 1 helpmg hand xx1t11 the xxrmng md C1r1 XVe1ge11 xx ho helped not
onlx 1n photogr1phx but 11so lI'l 1dxert1s1ng T11e Arran st1ff hopes t111t t111s 1nnu 11 xx111 l1xe up to t11e
YCPLIIIIIOII of DYLXIOLIS 1111111115 111 LIXIDKL ln 1eeur1te IITL1 111terest111g pleture of tl1e se11oo1 11fe of bot11
students md f1LL1ll'X
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those xxho 1re un1eq111111ted xxlth publ1e1t1o11s t11e Ledger IS yust mother b1 xxeeklx p1per but to t11ose
on nts Sflff 1t represents 111 L1I'lflI11UU111.'1lL l1'I10LlI1l'lJf xxork 'Ihe pohex of Cr1tte11de11 lruer Hoxx1111d
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lbflll der 1rt111e11t xx 1s ered1t1bl1 uded bx 1ss1st111t edltors Henrx lilume md C 1r1 Hettxxer D1ek Mellon
ese11111Qe Lkllltll' 111d Ubb1e Puehner 1I1Ll Norm XX 12.31111 1e1ture xxrlters The busmess e1LP1fII'ITLflI xx 18
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The our pupulxr dun 11 group oiled the ble: Club his lgun pmxed to be the lung 1mong thc mu
xmas In lts snumd xclr under the dlrculon of Mr Exrl Morgm lr 1115 been vxondcrfullx suuessful It
xx 18 UJIDPI'lSLLi musrl, of undcrnhssmcn tlns xur but through thc wmtlnt effort of 1r5 mcmbcrs md
bcuusn of 1 nux PI'Ugf1IN wf prurmc Ill xxlugh thc rumors md busses rghclrscd 110111 on Mcmd 1,5 md
Tucadub dung muh 1 wmbmcd prmtlnc on 'I-hL1I'5d1X5 ll his more rhm Cqllllld the suucss of pxst
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1.115118 .lrc Lxxllul, will .lj.1.liIl offer sums close lmrruony sclcuimms in their rruc bnrbcrslunp style. The
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Th' PHPL11.lI'iIf' .mi N - A mf the flu- Club ix gilt ' 1 Q .ll w. m A ' ' ,','- - ' " inn
of Mr. Mnrgul. xlw if urws gn-.xt Imisc. Th- npl , 'ur uf il' y I .d Y . i . X z 1 ' il
.mf lN.lIl.lg.IC. rug - sh ld .mlw b' rc' mg' 'pi .llung xxirlm the .lpp ' .rim which thc U K. lb -
lic cxrl . U M . Cf1.1yr JI'l for I " '.p.bl- i' ' riuu,
As has been the case IH years gone by Cal
Cooper agaxn lnstructed a small group of stu
dents IU the fteld of auto mechanrcs Th1s actl
v1ty rs prlmarllw a lab for B physlcs boys
Lectures were glven early rn the year by Profes
sor Cooper rn order to acquarnt the students
mth the automobxles prrnclples and varxous ac
coutrements Wlth th1s knowledge tn m1nd the
mechanrcs attempted to conquer the frurts of
the gemus of Henry Ford
KL to RJ I Reuter R Frank H Blume T
Frank Mr Cooper Wexgell Hanson Cutler
Another of Mr Coopers sldelme classes IS
the manual trarnmg group whnch meets every
Frlday at act1v1ty pemod However rn this actr
vm Cal does not lnstruct the boys but lnstead
acts m the capauty of supervlsor Here the boys
5et an opportunrty to use the modern machmes
1n the workshop Thls year the proyects of these
embryo englneers ranged from an excuse box
for use rn the study hall to a large copper treas
II.. to R J R Gutenkunst, Elser, Steelman,
Mr Cooper, Kurth
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xelr but thts tetmtx pursued bx mtellectutls
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tenxm progrtm Ven few gtmes hue been
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eompleted hue turned out ln the usual minner
thlt lb xxlth Mr Hughes the fteultx tdxlsor
oftentxmes XKlIH1lIlg Next xemr we hope to see
the glmb of lungs pl 15 ed more often md we
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Th1s xeir the Art Club enjoxed xts usuxl popu
ltrm lmong the ttlented students it Lountrx
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superuslon of Mr Lindt Along vuth thelr 1n
duudull projeets the bots mtde mtrtl IU
temperl eolors shoxxlng the hlstorx of trlns
portmon XX1th the LOIUIHL of sprmu we found
the bow trx mg to e tpture the be tunes ol n tture
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fu xe lr for the xoung lrtlsts
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From Roz: Weber Schroeder Gutenkunst Wise Ausman
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This yeir the ictixity of the rifle club hls declined ilong with thit of most of the other clubs This
decline h is been due to the rexision ofthe ictixity system Membership in md utendmce 1t the clubs
hive been mldc purely xoluntiry ind h me even been restricted to 1 x trying mirk rlnge in order th1t boys
in 1 loner rtnge might haw: extri time for studxing ind th1t their misters might be able to gixe them
extr1 help during 1ctix1ty period Thus there h1s been in .lctne rifle club membership of 1bout thirty
eompared with about double th1t number l1st year
Hovt exer since no definite group of boxs has been assigned to e1ch du md since 1 member has had the
privilege of coming IS often or 1s seldom 1s he chomses 1ttend1nee hls been less regul1r than in former
yelrs Lnder the guidmce of Mr Hughes, Mr Watermin md Mr NY ilson members haxe shot with their
own or the schools 77 caliber rifles 1t the stmdard D0 foot tirgets of the unior Nat1on1l Rifle Associa
tion of which our club is 1 member Our m1rksmen hue e1rned an 1rds of the Assocmtion in the prone
sitting, and, in some cases, kneeling positions
Due to the liek of 1xa1l1ble time for completing tne targets the school club did not enter the inter
club tourn1ment of the Association Hotnexer the usuil mnuil school tourn1ment will be held this spring
md the best shot in the school will be mx arded the tr1dit1on1l tr1xel1ng trophx It is hoped th If the
tourn1ment will 1ttr1ct 111 of our best m1rksmen
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Manager XVlll1ams, Asst Coach Hughes Walton B1schoff Downey, Kuelthau, S Swxshcr D Bourne Enzer,
Coach Lalrd Asst Mgr Derfel From Roz: Gute, Howland, Gcsser Kloppenburg M Reuter,J Reuter, T
Reuter NX'oodx Wegmann
There 1re fexx xxords that cln fully describe the 47 football se1son or for th1t matter, the f0otb1ll
te1m of 1947 All thf1tc.1n sand rs th1t both were m.1gn1f1cent tremendous, terr1f1c At the beglnnmg of
the rramrng per1od II football camp the materlal seemed to be only medrocre Hoxxever, as the days xxore
on the team toole f1re and shoved Splflf that surprtsed exen the tlme hardened coaches Ken La1rd and
Tom Hughes The xxlll to pl 15 footb1ll and xxm connnued throughout the season and has seldom 1f ever
been surp1ssed ln the mmls of Country D1y footb Ill In the estxmxtnon of the pl 1yers the 1nsp1r1t1on of
the coaches me 1nt 1 good de1l to the success of the te 1m Indlxldual players h1xe st1ted mmy nmes thzt
thelr coaches xx ere some of the best ID the Clfl lf not 1n the st1te To those vxho have been on former
te1ms th1s se ISOD seemed to exceed all others from the sr1ndpo1nt of fun Nor only dxd the team capture
undisputed ehlmplonshlp of the XY lsconsln Prep Conference but lf llso turned ID 1 record of sexen xlc
The entlre lmeup of Sxxlsher 1nd XX1lton ll ends lXL1Cll'l'l1Ll lllel Wmdsor ll t1clxlcs Doxxnex 1nd Enzer
1t gu 1rds Bnschoft 11 ee-mer md Kloppenburp md the three Reuters 10 the b1ckheld xx IS ment1oned on
the All Conference Tc1m Thxt llne descrxes 1 LFLII lc1l of crcdlt for out of the thrcc rouchdoxxns
scored lllllllbl the tc U11 onlx one xx 1s lTllLlL on thc llUI'LI11LI1Il0I1C'Ll llnc
The te 1m got off to 1 I'lIl1Cf sloxx st1rt on 1 hot S ptembcr 1fternoon xxhen lutherm xx 15 edged out
bx the r1ther lndeclsxxe tot1l of 6 O The D1x te 1m looked green 1nd l1cl1ed confldence ln themselx es
The glme xx1s m1rl1edbx numerous fumbles 1nd poo b1llh1ndlme ln the f1n1l mlnutes lt looked IS If
the mme mnght turn unto 1 d1s1ppo1ntment A costlx lutl1er1n penxltx s1x ed the d1x hoxxexcr
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The next game was the tradrtlonal encounter wnth St Louxs Country Day School Th1s game too seem
ed as 1f rt mrght become a defeat IH the frrst quarter St Louns romped off to the only touchdown scored
agamst the frrst lme Three long runs by Kloppy and rmmy and Maurre Reuter spelled yxctory and the
game ended wlth the North on the long end of a 19 6 score The enure St Lours weekend proyed to be
a success tn more ways than one
A week later arch rrvals met on the Day Held as a reportedly potent MLS team was p1tted agamst
a stubborn and determmed Green and Gold eleven Pre game pred1ct1ons fell far short the hosts held a
commandmg 70 0 lead at the half The Day total was doubled before the game ended but an MUS back
sneaked through and scored The frnal score was an undrsputable 40 6
T e 7 Homecomlng Game was played agamst Northwestern Mrlltary and Nay al Academy Frne lme
play and ball handl1ng marked the game a uctory for Country Day The strrde was not broken as the
bo s toted a 70 0 score back to the locker room
T e mnutl battle wnth Lake Forest Academy took place on thelr fneld on another hot day However
fme condrtronmg proved xtself md the welghty hosts toppled All the touchdowns scored by the vtsrtors
the f1nal seconds and the game concluded wrth the score 19 6
The followmg week the team journeyed to Wayland and thoroughly trounced a weak Red and Wh1te
combmatnon The lme play was agaln very f1ne and the holes opened nicely to let the Reuters out 1nto
the wrde open spaces In th1s game two brothers Maurle and Tommy accounted for frve T D s The
fmal result was a 39 0 vxctory
As the te 1m went rnto the final game yltters ran h1gh and before the flrst quarter was over four fxrst
strmg men were out of actron The reserves came through and scored a 70 0 trlumph The l1ne play was
IS good as ever and Tommy Reuter made up for the lack of hrs two brothers and scored twxce The other
score was made by B1schoff on an mterceptron
All ln all the season was everythmg that anyone could hope for Captams Bob and MHUIIC were most
y tluable md Wxndsor a place k1ck1ng expert was awarded most Improved Heres wrshmg Captam
lmmy Reuter and h1s 48 squad the best of luck next year
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gerald Ausman D Blume Van Antwerpen Manager Mlkkelscn Second Rau Coach Wrlson Puchner Krause
Kcch Prerce K Tallmadge Ward R Frank D Due leer Flora johnson Coach Ovratt Front R011 D
Svusher Wrgdale Wmnre Carpenter I-Ilpke MCD nald Krueger Burx G Cushman G Toepfer Owen
Blcmmer Kneefmg Poxxell Wlrth Ovxatt Wllel Gallun Weber Gerhardx Murphx
As th 1947 yunror varsrty football season began a faxr season xxas pred1eted for the squad a group
eonsxstmg mostly of freshmen and sophomores who are not yet ready for v1rs1ty play Moreover IS the
season progressed the boys under the coachrng of Mr Vfnlson 1nd Mr Ox11tt proxed to be just as good
and possrbly better than pre season predrctron rndlcated Openmg therr season agarnst Lutheran the
V s dld not haxe much drfficulty and defeated the former lv 0 The second game played on the Country
Day fleld vras 1g11nst the Shorevvood B team Here the boys from tl1e School Upon the Hxll eneountered
tougher eompetltton but fm 1115 e1me through md be1t Shorexxood to the tune of 14 to 6 The next game
xx1s 1g11nst 1n oxer confldent vUlllICflSll Bay unlor V1fSlfy ln thxs g1me th Creen 1nd Cold surprrsed
thelr opponents by holdmg them to 1 scoreless t1e XXl'llQl1 X815 more or less 1 mor1l Xl tory for C D
ln the next txxo s,1mes 1g11nst Rufus lxlng 1nd luth fill C D h 1d eomp1t1t1xelx llttle Lllfltltlllly ln de
fe tlng both I 1 two 1nd l 6 to 0 respeetrxelx l ndefexted up to thus tlme tle V s 1nx1ded W11 e
The next glme 1g11nst the I-15K freshmen resulted rn 1 I to 6 tle Thls g1me xxas one xxhleh the boxs
1fterxx1rd felt thex should h1xe xxon The fm tl t,1me of the xexr xx 18 the b1ttle lnlillllbf the C D B te un
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been teeompllshed onlx once before bx 1 unror X 1rs1tx squ 1d All ID xll xxxth sueh stmdouts 15 lxetrnex
C1rpenter Fred Burx Chet Sehnexder Ted Ox11tt and Ch 15 lxrluse ln tl1e bleleheld 1nd Phll lxrueger
Henrx lilommer Relmer Frmle lexx Iohnson D1n SXKlSllLI' Norm XX 1gd1le 1nd Ted Crerlnrdy nn the
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The Iumor League Football team drew rts players from the exghth form and the freshman class Boys
who had not had a great deal of experxenee or traxmng or who were too lrght for Junnor xarsrtx plat ed rn
the lunlor league Mr Church and Mr Nolan were the able coaches and under the1r superusron the
boys were tramed and drxlled thoroughly
The players praetleed four txmes a week They were dnlded 1nto two groups eaeh under one eoteh
these groups later combxned to form two teams for s rummage No more enthususm eould b cllspl ty ed
by th xarsmty team than that shown by these opposing junror le tgue players
Four games were pltyed thls year two wlth Fox Polnt and two with Hawthorne Due to the1r s1ze1n
eomparlson wnth that of the1r opponents our boys were outscored but not outplayed ID these gtm s C D
fought htrd and wltlt great splrlt md desplte some br1ll11nt plays falled to wm Hugh Tewles ID the H tw
thorne game made a 70 yard touchdown whlle Freddy Mlller made 1 70 x 1rd run Mxller and Athex were
reee1ved fme btekmg from the other members of the team
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XISIOH and tramlng of Messrs Church and Nolan promlse commg stars for the varsrty team hood luek
Top Ron 4I. to Rl Coach Church Brumder Culbert R Gutenkunst Exsenberg T Frtzgerald Mandel
Schroeder T Gutenkunst Fraser Ott Snapper Samrnrnd Asst Coach Nolan Serond R011 Pollworth
Mater D ames La Crcxx P Duecker C Decker S james Warner Moore Tewles Simpson Maxer
I'r011lR0t4 Steelman Pabst Mrller T Frentzel Flser T XVlHklSCf C Bourne Burlmgame Athex H Soltol
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Asst Coach Ovratt Front Ron Gcsscr A Tcepfcr J Wrndsor Smclarr Brschoff
Country Days basketball te1m d1d not enjoy a too successful season thls year wnnnmg so. and losrng
ten Howey er, the team lost some close games, some which erther team could have won
In the first game agamst Port Washfngton the team started fast but wrlted before Ports attack 44 74
C D 1lso lost the return game a week later 47 70 Then the Country Day team won 1ts first game of the
season tgamst Lake Forest 41 76 but blew the next game 78 75 agalnst the same team
ln their first conference start MCDS was outpoxnted by a hot Northwestern Mtlltary team 77 79
Absence of two regulars hurt the Days chmces The first MLS game was probably the h1ghl1ght
of the season exen though ll resulted nn 1 uctory for our rivals 77 73 Enterrng the game as 70
pomt underdogs the Day team used 1 stallmg oH:ense which w 15 so successful th1t only ,1 llst second
MUS blsket brought them uctory
Country D1y played host to luther.1n the next week md 1fter 1 h1rd fought g1me Lutheran won
Ify Dty returned to wmnmg w Lys 1nd won thclr first conference g1me whlpplng WlXl1Ud '17 74 Thus
w1s followed by 1 close 76 71 decnston oxcr Northwcstcrn hflllhlfy thc ncxt dn MLS mtcrrupted
the D1ys wmnmg stre1k wnth 1 60 7a uctory clearly show mg the success of the hrst g1me str xtegy but
MCD then won two gtmes from Northwestern Preps wlnnmg by scores of M U0 and v8 76 1nd then
followed by downing Wtyland il an North Shore lgllfl proyed to be Country D1ys ylnx telm IS they
reputed thelr e1rl1er trlumph for 16 an IS dnd lutheran nn the f1n1le 64 75
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By vunnmg only four out of fifteen games the B team of the 1947 -18 basketball season proved to
be a fanlure Exhxbmng both 1 good and bad brand of basketball the Bs were a very IHCOHSISICDI
team Hovs ever tve 1ce agamst MUS once aga1nst the Whltehsh Bay Sophomores Port Wash1ngton and
North Shore Country Day the boys h1t therr peak and really play ed good ball Although they lost
tvso games to MUS one durmg an overt1me per1od the squad showed a fightmg Splflf vnh1ch they
d1d not brlng forth ID 1ny other game W1th the exccptxon of three or four 1un1ors MUS had an
1ll sen1or te1n1 xery t1ll and much more experrenced than our boys However desp1te the1r dogged
determmatxon tl1e Green and Gold lost both of these g1mCS the first v7 to al and the second 71 to 19
The l11gl1l1y,ht of the Bs se1son vu as hoxxeyer tl1e steond g1me mth North Shore Country Day played
on our floor L1gcr to nenge tl1t1r one pomt defe1t 1t tht lllITl.lS of thxs tt 1m 1n 1 preuous g1mc
the boys from The School Lpon the H111 turned 01 the l1c1t 1nd completely outtl1ssed North Shore
ltd by the usu 1l flrst SIFIDLSLFS Dltk Bourne who lllLlLlLIll'lllX took the stor1ngl1onors1x1th lSC"1SUI1S
tot1l of 66 pomts Tony C1 1llun Tommy Rcut r M rr1ll T1ft clllfllt lxr1usL md Norm Wlgd 1le the
Bs fulcd to l11t up to pre sc 1500 cxpett,1t1ons Hoxxucr xuth 1 llttlc more to11.h1ng 1nd txperlcntt
these boys ought to forn1 1 hrm found 1t1on for future 1 1rs1ty tc1ms
Contrm to the Bs the l'rcsl1m1n tt 1111 l11d 1 wry SLlLLCSSl:lll SCISOH losxng only two 3.111165 both to
undcfeutd St Roberts the boys d1d 1 xery 1.ommc11d1blc job 111 yunmng sceond pl1te IH thc North
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Merkur Second Rou Ausman Perrce Dlckens Grossman j Sukol P Me cf Koch
I-Irplu. Cutler Front Roz: T Frank Karstr Gutc Goodrlch Teweres Squier Erskrnt
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Trp Ron KL to Rr Graaskamp Elstr Schroeder Snapper Povttll H Sokol Athu
Stttlman LaCro1x R Fltzgtrald Sammond Second R011 Ersnnlxrgs Drthtr M Maur
Gran Simpson Moon Pollvtorth T Frtntztl Flag., Warngr fron! R114 T Guttn
kunst D jamns P Maur Culbtrt T XXIIILTSOI' Wtbtr Skolmk T Fxtzgstrald Fmztr
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Coach Church Front R011 Howland XX'alton S Swxshcr Enzer Kuclthau, Kloppenburg
The hockcy squad took up where the football team left off 1nd walked off wrth 1 co ch,1mp1onsh1p
rn the Southe1stern WISLCJHSIH Prep Hockey l.6lgl.lE Tyung wrth Shorewood Coach Churchs boys ended
thc season wrth 1 conference record of s ven w 1ns md one defeat The over all total was twehe and
one Throughout the se1son 1 feelmg of confidence md enthusltsm prevarled the team rated both
The hne up was well balanced and yas able to shox great offensrve and defenslve strength The out
stmdrng qu thty of thxs y'e1rs team w IS th tt II w 1, 1 te1m and w IS thought of by 1ll f1s 1 team tl1e
tc1mwork w lS frr xboxe uerrge 1nd retlly pud off Though the boys mty hue h1d dlfferences f
mllnron nn school or out of school whllc the squrd were on the fllllx Ill LlllTCI'6DLC'5 were for
uottcn 1nd c1ch boy bectme rmoylng ptrt nn the IT11l.lllUC It was 1 powerful m1ch1nc led by
lxloppenburg the te1m set 1 school record ln scornng wrrh scxcnty four go1ls lxloppenburg the
scxsons most XllL1llDlC pl lycr sct 1 rccord for 1nd111du1l scoring by r1mm1ng home thirty counters
XX rlton md Howltnd thc Wlllgb of tl1c flrst llnc rccountcd for nrnc 1nd tcn goxls respectlycly Thc
dcfcnsxyc trno of Sw usher wlth clcxcn gotls lxuelthru with thrce 1nd Q0lllC Nrmbo Enzcr w1s rn
llllllbllllly hugh scoring combmmon The sccond lmc XX 1rd Vkcnzcl llkl frrnk 1lso scorcd more thrn
c scrson got off to 1 fst rt 1 h e 1 o 1 wctlt St Frtncrs te1m The lcc V15 1
but thc tc H11 pucl no hecd md won ol Two dns l1tcr thc pucksters wcnt to work on XXcst Bcnd
1 new comcr to thc llst of Country D1y contenders The outcome w IS 19 7 ylctory for thc Crcen 1nd
Cold In the next g1me Messmer fell rn hne 1nd to nk 1 o 0 w hnppmg on the chm
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Shorewood team Kloppenburg scored four goals to pace the team to a 6 4 win The following two
days saw two upstate teams crushed by the boys from the South Rhmelander and Eagle River caused
great neryous strarn on the team especially goalr Nrmbo However they were defeated 61 and 60
respectnely After a week of ldleness due to exams the team took the ice against Shorewood again and
fell for the first trme The downfall came becaus of Shorewoods superrorrty and the Days obvtous
lack of ability The score was D 9 The decade old rnals St ohns came to town seyeral days later
and suffered a defeat the like of which it has not known in years The 91 uctory rncluded both line
otfensne and especrally fine defens1ve work The return game w1th St Francis was even more one
sided than the first 9 4 Messmer declined to play therr final game and so gave CD a 1 0 forfert An
added attractnon was the game wrth Northwestern Military and Naval Academy whlch was an easy
yicrory The entlre squad and a few umor Leaguers played 1nd scored a 10 4 triumph The final game
of the season was with St ohns and rgarn they fll This gime 1 a l wrn gave the CD team 1
co LlllI'DplOI'lSl1lp with Shorewood
Much credit IS due Coaches Church md Hughes for not only hne mstructron but more 1mport1nt thc
innoeulltlon of the will to win md the ldetls of t rmwork
This year the unror Leagues had a much more extensive program th in usu 1l The turnout also wts
better than usual and seyeral games wlth the junior School rewarded the Stouthhearted boys Many of
the pxpsqueaks look good and should offer som fine maternal in liter years
Top Ron KI. to RJ Coach Hughes Mrller S James Brumdcr Owen Flora D Blume
Ott Vrlter Ffonz Roz: Pabst Mandel Kurth C Decker J Burlingame P Duecket
C Bourne R Gutenkunst
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Rau Taft R Frank Erskme T Frank Gerhardv Tland Rou Wrgdale Ward Sullrvan
Wegmann Schnerder From Rou j Wrndsor Smclarr A Toepfer Kuelthau Woody
The baseball season agam th1s year 15 a 11ttle on th doubtful slde at thrs wrmng Coach Church rs
lookmg forvyard to a nucleus of Eye letrermen and some hne new materral However the schedule
rs a tough one mcludlng fourteen games and seyeral double headers Due to the late Spflng th1s year
the team has been unable to smrt practice as yet Agam thus yelr the prrchrng burden yull be carrred by
Bob Srnclalr Bud Woody md jrm XVlHdS0f The catchmg vyrll probably be spllt up by Nrmbo Enzer
ro carry the brunt of the attack The pasture prtrol nrll bolst such st rlymrrs rs Brll Hovsland Pete
Wfegmann Norm Wrgdale md rclc Ward The mheld yull be furly strong md yull be mule up of
players vuth ,1 good deal of experrcnce Pcte lxuelthxu yull hold dovy n hrsr base md hm Sulln tn vylll
be at short Thrrd blse yylll probably be coyerecl by Chet Schneider md reports hue xr that he IS yyell
qualified The pltchers on thcrr off days yyrll cow r second The tum seems 1 llttle shxlty but Its
sprrrt may solye most of the shortcommgs
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At the tlme thts artlcle IS betng vsrrtten, the tenms outlook IS not partlcularly brrght as was the case
last year at th1s tnme but because the team came tnrough IU fine style last year, we have srmrlar hopes
th1s year The smgles spots wrll probably be f1lled vuth Dtck Crrttenden at the number one spot and
Mack Wtrth 1nd Tom Evmrude 1t the other two smgles spots There are tl great number of boys out for
the sport th1s year 1nd from such prospects 1s Steve Smsher, B111 Howland, Dan Svusher Ntmbo
Enzer, Maur1e Reuter and Dan Gute Coach Lfurd ought to be tble to form two strong doubles combma
tlons Vic trc expectlng ID Clfly sprmg thus yur and thus 1 long setson to lTl1lCC up for l1st years
Mb S bemg the first conference g1me on M15 4 md L1ke Forest the hrst non confercnce g1me on Apr1l
17 Pr1ct1ce meets mth Rufus lung 1nd Muquettf. 1rc 1lso plmncd Thc tcnms ladder where
by IDN tcnn1s cnthusxrst mu rusc hrs st tndtnu hx Lllllllllglllg 111 l dclc rung thosc rmked 1boxe h1m
Vslll tgun bc uscd fllllb oherxng tn opp nrtunltx tm tll XX nth htrd xxorlt and dctcrm1n1t1on the AS
tenms squ 1d ought to lTl1lxL 1 rcputtble shoxung.,
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T XY'1ndsor H Blume Flagg G Cushman Dcrfel Second Rau D Duecker K Tallmadge Evrnrude
J Sokol Blommer Clark Downey Hettwer Johnson Koch E Ovtatt Parne Thzrd Rou Mr Wrlson
MacDonald Walton Brrd D Swrsher Bury D Bourne T Reuter Carpenter Grossman Krause Mr
Ovtatt Front Rou Lown Seymour J Reuter Gesser M Reuter Brschoff Frentzel S Swrsher Merker
Wyss Squrer P Meyer Mellon
Although pre season predrctrons are apt to be mac urate md mrsleadmg tt seems logtcal for CD to
look forvs ard to strll another successful track season An unusual number of non lettermen are drsplaymc
fell promlse the squad of over 50 should have satrsftctory balance and the follovstng fourteen letter
men from 11st years undefeated team should go on from vshere they left 06' last year M Reuter
J Reuter Squler rn the sprmts S Svusher Gesser Brrd rn the 440 Frentzel and Meyer tn the 880 Wy se
and Mellon 1n the mlle Seymour tn the hurdles and Btschoff Merker and Ioyxn rn the held eyents Other
polnt xxmners last year Grossman Wtltcmn Bury md D Svusher should be of creat ytlue durmc
The cotches tre tlso hopmc thtt tddtttontl strcncth yyrll be yglxen to the tetm by Pame Huebsch
Blume Iohnson Solcol and Bourne IH the yyclyshts Doxxncx Dueclcer MtcDonald Krause md Outtt
rn the dlstmce md middle drsttnce runs T Reuter md Ctrpenter rn the hurdles md Clxrk md ls.
Ttllmtdce rn the l1lf.,l1 pump The ltrcc number of younycer boys on thc squlcl lb 1 good Slbll fwr
The schedule lncluclcs meets yuth St Frtncls St ohns Mtrquette ltlxc Forest W lyltnd ind thc
State prlytte school meet tt M tdrson Txyo other x trsrty meets tre stlll pcndmc tnd plans tre betm.
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