Milwaukee Country Day School - Arrow Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)
- Class of 1958
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THE ARRUW 1958
A Picture Story of the School Yeor 1957-58
Milwaukee Country Day School
Volume Thmy Que
This page is dedicated to the many companies and individuals
who have made this book possible. They have also made possible
a more extensive layout and coverage ot school attairs because
of their willingness to have their names appear in a list rather
than on a number of pages ot advertising, which in the past have
amounted to almost one-halt ot the book.
Because ot printing deadlines tor this tirst portion of the book,
we have had to place the list in a latter section. But we do Want
to give recognition here.
si sw . ewuws
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To Paul Waterman, P.W.W., this yearbook is affectionately dedicated. But
what do we say with words, which at this point are inadequate? How does
one sum up thirty-eight years of devotion to Country Day and its students?
We don't like the idea of saying good-bye. We'd rather recall the speech
accents reminiscent of Vermonty the masterful performances on the night of
Mujiiig the everlasting patience in math class with many of us who were
dullards. The fond regards of nearly a thousand graduates go with you, Paul.
But we won't say goodfbyey it sounds too final. We prefer its older form:
God be with you.
HARVEY RAMAKER WARREN SEYFERT RONALD ROY
Assistant to the Headmaster Hgqdmggfef Assistant to the Headmaster
Senior School Iunior School
SENIOR SCHOOL FACULTY AND STAFF
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Cal Cooper, shop
Gerald Landt, art
Richard Gill, drania
lanies Bauman, niusic
GUIDANCE Q f
Richard Wilke L -it
Harvey Ra maker
Ellen Kaye, Audrey Arridt, Esther Rcxrnalcer
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The Class of 1958
MATSON BRUMDER HOLBROOK
President of Senior classp Football letters ll, 125 Prefecty Cougar Club:
Ledger Editorg Student Council ll, 12: Princeton Award: Harvard Book Prize.
A genuine Old Guard since Iunior Kindergarten . . . one
ot CD's host of ardent hunters and gun toters . . . also enjoys
fishing . . . often found playing cribbage in Senior Room or
heard rambling on in German . . . one of the battered and
bruised Senior Leaguers . . . good prospective customer for
Arid Company . . . usually leaves school after lunch for "bird
break" . . . once in a while mentions something about Tri-School
Committee, of which he is President . . . also selected by land-
slide as Senior Class President , . . likes Church and Living-
stone as teachers, and Chemistry and German as classes . . .
will undoubtedly be successful wherever he goes.
ROBERT FREDERIC ACKERMAN
lfootliall lottcr 127 Tennis letter 11, 125 Chess
Clulig Ledger 125 Arrow Editor 12.
Entered CD in sixth grade . . . al-
ways grinning , . . led Ackerman's
Aggressors to Senior League Crown
. . . also ranked among top foulers . . .
has private alcove in Senior Room
. . . keeps room alive with imitations
of Lawrence Welk and certain of the
faculty . . . wows everyone with in-
stantaneous niental mathematical
manipulations . . . applies this ability
to Braves' statistics . . . two-time Up-
town winner . . . dalobles in stamps
and coins in spare time . . . favors
Church in Chemistry and Physics . . .
plans to pursue medicine after col-
lege . . . his rare humor will make
him a welcome companion.
PETER HERMAN BLOMMER
Football letters ll, 127 liaskftlrill lwttti 12g
Track letters ll, 127 Glfe Cluli
Came to us back in eighth grade
. . . drives a classic green Studie
with dice . . . claims it once did 100
. . . full of amazing tales of Pt. Lauder-
dale and Miami . . . just harely
makes it to school on time in the
morning . . . favorite excuse: "flat
tire" . . . made All-Conference loot'
ball team . . . possesses rare sense
of humor . . . sleeps in Physics class
. . . has trouble with River Hills police
department . . . prefers Church and
Physics . . . plans to become business
tycoon, perhaps in a certain choco-
late factory . . . certain to keep things
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IAMES F. BRUCE
Football letter 125 Track letter 12, Glee Club,
Came to us as a Senior from Cedar-
burg . . . nationally renowned lady-
killer . . . cherishes speedy red Cor-
vette and a not-so-speedy black
Model A . . . never seen with over-
coat . . . has traveled extensively in
Western Hemisphere, especially en-
joys skin diving off Argentine coast
. . . possesses enviable physique and
strength, also K.G.-sized hands . . .
constantly tries to stump Willie B. in
class . . . favorite teacher, Church,
favorite class, Business Law . . . has
sights on Business Administration . . .
Good luck, Iim.
FRANK TILDON BOESEL
Football letters ll, 12, Tennis letters ll, 12,
Cougar Club: Prefectg President of Student
Old Guard, entered CD in Kinder-
garten . . . class scientist . . . can
usually be found in the lab tinkering
with mysterious apparatus . . . en-
joys tennis in the spring and sum-
mer, skating and skiing in the winter
. . . wowed them at Telemark with
his knickers . . . Senior Boom activi-
ties include breaking furniture . . .
tells tales of Germany where he was
CD's A.F.S. representative . . . boy
artist . . . does fairly well at bowling
. . . takes CL English and Physics . . .
only one who actually understands
either . . . likes Church and Physics
. . . plans career in Engineering,
Physics, or "pure Math" . . . most
likely to be first of Class of '58 to go
to moon . . . will be appreciated and
liked even there,
GARY PAUL CORPRON
loined CD ranks as a lunior . . .
varied outside interests: master
model builder, Walther League . . .
outdoor type, enjoys camping, fish-
ing, sailing , . . famous for elaborate
costumes at bum-dances . . . often
expounds on merits of "classic"
family Packard . . . winner of Her-
man T. Pick Award in lunior year . . .
often seen in Senior Room absorbing
classical music , . . one of the big
brains in Special Math and Physics
. . . soccer player and battered veter-
an of Senior Leagues . . . absorbs
culture riding to school with Mr. Liv-
ingstone . . . is known for famous
winter hat . . . likes Church and Spe-
cial Physics best . . . intends to be
physicist later on.
ROBERT NORMAN ERDIVIANN
Football letters ll, 125 Cfvuatzi Clul: flllttifl
Club, Hockey ll, l2.
Manitowoc addition to CD as fresh-
man . . . fifth member of Laird family
. . . known for his good nature . . .
always willing to make a bet . . .
dreams up unbelievable schemes to
make money . , . never does . . . top
chess player . . , has had hard time
with athletic injuries . . , avid deer
hunter . . . may be seen bouncing on
tennis courts . . . proud owner of '53
Ford hardtop . . . key factor in the
destruction of boards on hockey rink
due to limited ability in stopping . . .
will long be remembered for his
marathon orange push . . . claims to
like beans . . . favorite teacher,
Church . . . favorite class, Chemistry
. . . wherever Bob goes he is sure to
"do or do".
WILLIAM GORDON KUMMER
Vootlwall Iwttcrs ll, l2, Baseball 9, lO, ll, l2
Kcaptain ll, l2l: Green team captain: Treas-
urer ll, Cong tr Club, Drarnatics Club.
Another genuine Old Cwuard since
Nursery School . . . a most avid
lanies Dean fan . . . takes great pride
in loweslung baby-blue Ford . . . trade
mark is a pair of large, green sun
glasses . . . provided conga accom-
paniment to cheering at basketball
games . . . pilots a plane . . . fre-
quently sojourns in north woods,
hunting and camping . . . has proven
his acting ability on the CD stage . . .
reigned supreme over freshmen . . .
claims his favorite pastime is Diane
. . . senior member of the student
body . . . favorite teacher, Roberts
. , , favorite class, Comparative Gov-
ernment . , . would like to be a
teacher . . . one of the best liked guys
Tennis letter ll, 125 Ledger Editor: Arrow
Editor: Prefect5 Student Council 9, 125 Cougar
Came on CD scene in '50 as fifth
grader . . . dynamic worker . . . driv-
ing force behind Ledger . . . possesses
admirable intellectual abilities . . .
three time winner in Time current
events contest . . . has always ranked
near or at top in class . . . member
of special English and Physics
classes . . . soccer, basketball, and
hockey . . . world traveler . . . claims
to be world's greatest skier . . . tennis,
skiing, stamp collecting, and reading
occupy his spare time . . . favors
Church and Chemistry . . . aspires to
career as college science or history
teacher. Country Day's first National
Merit Scholarship winner.
IAMES ALLEN MAGEE
lhotlxill lottors ll, 127 Captain 12g Track lo!-
tors ll, lfty Hockey ll, 125 Cougar Clult:
President Draniatics Clulig Ledger Staff: Arrow
Editor: Student Council 10, ll, 125 Protect.
Entered CD in the sixth grade . . .
ski enthusiast . . . hunts occasionally
, . . loves big parties . . . a rabble
rouser, hut never gets caught . . .
tells strange tales of Culoa . . . prac-
tices violence on the hockey rink . . .
a summer ditch digger . . . has a good
start on a pipe collection . . . often
seen with a blonde companion . . . in-
dignantly disclaims that he bleaches
his eyebrows . . . one of the select
group of orange pushers . . . nearly
destroyed rostrum instilling school
spirit . . . a National Merit Scholar-
ship finalist , . . favorite class, Phy-
sics . . . favorite teacher, Church . . .
plans to pursue medicine.
ROBERT IOHN MASON
Football Manager ll, 12: Sturlfnt Courifil lflp
Class Treasurer 107 Cougar Clulr.
Became a CD-ite in eighth grade
. . . another avid nirnrod . . . also a
stamp collector in spare hours . . .
famous for rnad dashes mornings to
get to home-room on time , . . likes
to destroy decorations at Downer
dances . . . doesnt like to get caught
doing it . . . kicked a soccer hall
around when not managing the foot-
hall team . . . always on the Honor
Roll, when German lll permits . . .
claims to understand Special Math
and Physics fdoes . . . knows all,
concerning colleges . . . prefers Math
with Hughes . . , a good bet to make
good wherever he may go.
HENRIK MOE II
Footliall letters ll, 125 Tennis letter l2g Hockey
ll, l2p Lcdtyer liditory Cougar Club: Student
Coiiiiril IO, ll, l2p Class President lO, llp
loined CD ranks as a sophomore
. . . has speech impediment . . . an-
other Cuban adventurer . . . claims
numerous loves in home town of Fort
Atkinsong finds the going tougher in
Milwaukee . . . the last of the great
CD orange pushers . . . pilots a cool
'50 Ford . . . high scorer of CD hockey
sextet . . . a glue-fingered end on
Ken's eleven . . . mercilessly flails
the skins . . . has trouble finding per-
manent residence . . . a weekend
skier . . . National Merit Scholarship
finalist . . . favorite class, Latin . . ,
Favorite teacher, Livingstone . . .
plans to engage in intellectual pur-
TIMOTHY FREDRIC MERKER
Basketball manager llp Track manager lU, ll,
l2p Cougar Club.
Still another genuine Old Guard,
ever since Kindergarten . . . can al-
ways be counted on to tell old or
bad jokes . . . likes to talk . . . wows
almost everyone with fantastic me-
chanical and electrical knowledge
. . . kept out of sports one year build-
ing "typewriter bench" . . . keeps
himself busy devising and building
work-saving gadgets for his room . . .
also tinkers with mechanics and elec-
trical apparatus-NOT electronics
. . . a real help to Mr. Hughes as
manager of track and basketball
teams . . . had to resign from basket-
ball managing this year due to ap-
pendicitis . . . likes Physics with
WBC best . . . hopes to do "some-
thing mechanicaln after college . . .
a great asset.
Football letter 12g Camera Club.
Denmark's contribution to CD . . .
one of our two A.F.S. students . . .
doesn't like to be called a Swede . . .
thinks "Math is so easy," and proves
it by getting l's . . . enjoys classical
and Dixieland music . . . a super
card shark in the Senior Room . . .
prefers Danish beer to American
beer . . . accomplished linguist . . .
always writing letters to the "old
country" . . . holds all-time record
for infrequency in hair-cuts . . . a big
tipper . . . doesn't like U. S. History
. . . does like Physics with Willie . . .
plans a career in law after attending
the University of Copenhagen . . . all
in all, a real "great Dane" whom we
will miss after this year.
WILLARD LEROY MOMSEN, IR.
Baseball Manager llg Ledger Circulation Man-
ager 125 Arrow Editor.
Entered CD in seventh grade . . .
still another CD hunter and fisher . . .
semi-permanent member of Church
family . . . champion Ledger stapler
. . . always in a frenzy getting copies
mailed out . . . star soccer player,
famous for unusual form . . . one of
Senior Leagues scoring stars . . .
famous for bony elbows . . . likes a
black knit tie and a big knot . . .
invents words-"zazz," "scrinch"
. . . likes modern jazz, especially
weird sounds . . . favors "Papa"
Church as a teacher, and Physics as
a class . . . wants to enter Engineer-
ing after college . . . sure to have a
good time anywhere.
DAVID B. STEVENS
Soccer ll, 12.
Another super Old Guard . . . be-
gan in Kindergarten . . . doesn't like
to be called "Delph" . . . possesses
stupendous knowledge of cars and
engines . . . owns a red-hot custom
'57 Ford . . . has longest hair in class
. . . usually wears ultra-wide, hand-
painted silk ties-"they're Dad's"
. . , always wears dark blue suit . . .
has real artistic talents . . . before
the Ford, could be seen driving
"Mom's car" everywhere . . . con-
stantly afflicted with mechanics oc-
cupational disease, dirty hands . . .
favorite class, Business Lawg favorite
teacher, Church . . . later on plans
to go into automotive engineering . . .
will probably end up taking over
"X" "Zen" "Phone"
CD's acquisition from Athens,
Greece, this year . . . possesses
amazing laugh . . . likes to snooze
through classes . . . swimming,
movies, stamps take up spare time
. . . also likes classical music, espe-
cially "Bolero" . . . often wears cow-
boy boots . . . doesn't like US. His-
tory , . . another brain in CL Math
. . . would rather ride than walk . . .
doesn't approve of Milwaukee's
winter-"it is never this cold in
Greece" . . . likes to tinker in lab
. . . thinks Mr. Church and "Pheezics"
is the best . . . hopes to undertake
career in shipbuilding back in
Greece . . . will certainly be remem-
bered by us all as a likable Greek.
S. DONALD STOLDT
Soccer lO, ll, l2.
Came to us in 5th Form . . . likes
to tinker with small-bore rifles and
collect stamps . . . has guns but
never shoots them . . . refuses to say
what the "S" stands tore--"not Se-
bastian!" . . . one of the select iew
taking advanced biology . . . widely
acclaimed for ability to get through
small openings . . . used to like to
sit in wastebasket in the hall . , .
famous tor mysterious Wauwatosa
and Biloxi romances . . . once in a
while types for Ledger . . . has been
known to go camping in the north
woods . . . Business Law is favorite
classy Mr. Honeck, favorite teacher
. . . always willing to volunteer.
IOSEPH EDWARD STRICKLAND
Football letters ll, l2y Track letters lO ,ll, 17,
Captain l2g Gold team Captain l2q Piotr-wt lit:
Glee Club President ll.
Started at CD as a Frosh . . . clairris
hobbies to be hunting and Barbie
or is it Barbie and hunting? . .
prefers to eat lunch at Town Club , . .
another Freshman lnitiation Czar. . .
has a sister . . . is often seen with
a certain Shorewood senior . . . tar-
rnous for post-rnidnight hospitality
. . . second only to Clyde Beattie in
wild anirnal capturing . . . long time
pole vaulter . . . Senior League star
. . . tour-door all the way . . . party-
doll . . . a star actor in CD Dramatics
Class presentation . . . likes lVlcf
Calluni and Special English . . . plans
to become big businessman . . .
sure to be appreciated and liked
CHARLES RICHARD WARNER
lravk nianaqwrs lvtters IO, ll: Draniatics
Clulig Letlgerf Arrow Editor.
Cne of the few Qld Guard in class
. . , came to CD as first grader . . .
possesses a rare sense of humor . , .
has frequently forfeited driver's li-
cense to parents and fudge Kenney
. . . sings praises of scenic Elcho,
Wisconsin . . . a finalist in the Na-
tional Merit Scholarship program . . .
suffers from acute pyromania . . .
displays expert water-skiing tech-
nique on Lake Enterprise . . . can't
decide between Church and Living-
stone for favorite teacher . . . favorite
class: physics . . . plans a career in
science . . . will probably end up in-
venting a bigger and better method
IOHN MARTIN STROTHER
Camera Club 10, ll, l2, President l2p Pho-
tography Editor for Arrow 12.
Came to CD back in third form
. . . another of CD's ardent sportsmen
. . . usually gets something when he
goes hunting . . . also spends spare
time snapping pictures . . . ioined
the soccer squad this year . . . boasts
of ancestry full of Declaration of ln-
dependence signers and Civil War
generals . . . always lauding the
merits of Schlitz Beer . . . once-in-a-
while skier , . . has learned drag-
racing doesn't pay . . . used to drive
a not-so-hot Chevy . . . likes Mr.
Waterman in Math . . , intends to
go into the woods after college and
do some forestry work . . . sure to
help make a good time wherever
CHARLES IVAN WESLEY, IR.
Soccer lO, ll, l.'Z.
loined us in sixth grade . . . famous
for stable full of big Cadillacs . . .
possesses Gargantuan strength . . .
has the most boisterous laugh around
. . . holds all-time record for studying
, . . made social debut at Christmas
this year . . . forever defending the
honor of the South Side . . . likely
heir to vast steel-treating empire . . .
usually heads for the movies when-
ever he has time . . . likes Willie
Church as a teacher, and Chemistry
is favorite class . . . hopes to become
a lawyer after college . . . a good-
natured guy who will probably be-
come a great steel king.
Friotliall letter l2g lrack lfttei ll, lf, Plug-
Came to CD as a Freshman . . .
strong silent type . . . shuns the girls
. , . last of the great outdoorsmen,
enjoys camping and hunting . . .
plays a little golf and tennis in the
summer . . . a super-powerful halff
back for K. Gfs Cougars . . . doesnt
appreciate being called "Dwane" , . .
has a most active onefinan fan club
. . . occasional pipe smoker . . .
worlds slowest eater . . . famous for
last minute changing of his mind.
ROBERT VALENTINE WITTIG
Fnntliall letters ll, l2, Basketball letters ll,
l2, captain lily Baseball letters ll, l2.
Started CD in kindergarten, left in
sixth grade, returned as lunior . . .
boasts unlimited knowledge of sports
facts . . . doesn't like to give chapel
talks . . . has been known to do a
little hunting at times . . . likes to dis-
cuss certain Downer girls in Senior
Room . . . veteran of juvenile court
. . . displays pronounced athletic
ability as quarterback in the fall,
captain of basketball in winter, and
quick shortstop during the spring . . .
'58's most avid rock-and-roll fan . . .
prefers Church for teacher and His-
story for class . . . plans to enter
business or law after college,
KENNETH RAY WILLIAMS
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Basketball letters ll, 12, Track letters ll, l2:
Arrow Advertising Manager ll, l2.
An almost Old Guardesecond
grade . . . decidedly the class
smoothie . . . a master of the fairways
. . . bowls at times . . . speedy soccer
artist . . . famous for prowess with
opposite sex . . . exhibits definite
playboy tendencies . . . constantly
ad-gathering for Arrow during study
periods . . . earns-and spends e--
fortune during the summer . . . dis-
plays amazing tact and smooth-
talking ability to angered superiors
. , . seldom gets mad at anybody or
anything , . . chooses McCallum as
favorite teacher, and Special English
as favorite class . . . has sights set
on career in law . . . easy-going and
easy to get along with.
On this and the following pages is the record of the school
year 1957-58 as we, the Seniors, lived it
Our final year began . .
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we got our books .
mul met the Eighth Form.:
M, Snuth, R. Brannon, Wm, Wriqht,
T, Caspar, B. Kuslov, T. Nczdlnr, Mr.
Lnndt, A.StrothfQr, R.Frc1nk,S.Owon.
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, Hitz, P, Grennwr ,
rywr, F. Drum,
Bm'-k row: M. Kmwzllvr, A. McGregor,
H, Lfmdinqhmn, P. Gmenwalt, T. Cus-
par. From! row: M. Tmst, G. Aberl,
L. Wivicwtt, T. Steinman, I. Doerinq, W.
Wiqdulv, D. Bischcnff, L. Mflldmcxn.
iDid we ever look that younq?J
Then classes began . .
"Burdette reaches for the
resin bcxq . . . "
But there was always w0rkmen's vompensation. lt's called
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Bczcklieldr R. Wiqdcxie, I. Posner, R. Wiiiiq, D. Davidson. Line: R. Moe, P. Biommer, R. Bosworth,
D. Siockinq, C. Burqhordl, M. Holbrook, N. Thelen.
Standing: R. Recd. R. Levis, R. Bosworth, I. Posner, R. Wiitiq, B. Foerster. Kneeling: R. Moe
P. Blommer, C, Burqhurdt, I. Breidster, N. Thelen.
Bcmkfield: R. Recd, L. Nutenshon, R. Levis, G. Vcm Wcgenen. Line: T. Moltke-Leth, F. Boesel,
D. Kuehn, A. Reed, I. Breidster, I. Blommer, B. Foerster.
Standing: I. Strickland, D. Davidson, L. Ndtenshon, P. Maier, A. Teipel. Kneeling: I. Bruce
R, Eckeri, R. Fried, R. Ackerman, X. Sidthctos, M. Holbrook.
Country Day Opponents
22 . Wisconsin Lutheran .... 6
6 . St. Louis Country Day . . 7
26 . Wayland ..... . 12
20 . Racine Lutheran ..... 6
l3 . St. Iohn's Military Academy . 6
U . Milwaukee University School 19
20 . Lake Forest Academy . . . 0
O . Asian Flu .... . 41
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While all this n-as going on, the Freshmen were undergoing a number of rich experiences
One of these was a form of private tutoring IDHBFBII by the Seniors:
I. Taylor, W. Stevens, R. Kueim, C, Wcmnviq, P, Boicv, W. Darling.
Another u-as a sometimes bewildering approach to the study of English:
At board: T. Norton, P. Sclmelzky. Second row: P. Brumrior, NN. Pillssisury,
H, Ncxtenshon, P. Stmub. from ww: D. Casper, S. Fofidffn, D. Pifkfnrfi. xl
C. Rife, Mr. Cooper, I. Wochs, I. Soell, I. Lune, I. Sensenbreriner, Morris
Peirce, R. Mcxhrike.
Standing: W. Burke, T. Churchill, F. Brumder, Mr, Meyer,
R. Hordtke, D. Kriop. Kneeling: D. Toys, G. Fisher.
and social studies .
Nor was the Eighth Form ignored: Mujiji arrived in time for the HaIlowe,en initiation
. and the Sophomores were obviously impressed by a donation
Motors for the driver-education class.
Greenwalt Cmd Trost work on Ccrspefs mural.
A1 gets CI star into orbit.
During the Christmas season everyone did a little udonatingv of his own.
C01 decks the hulls.
Brennan and Gruber help Mrs. Claus. luniors and Seniors stage Christmas
party for underprivileged children.
"'Tis the season to be jolly . . 3,
Vacation send-off: wassail in the library.
Abovo: Suiilicghi through window mural
Hwlowx Ncwtiviiy scene viewed from from
makes striking pcxiiem on Classroom wail.
Oi building. Eighth Former Tim Casper created
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WINTER TERM 1 the longest in a schoolboy's year
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began with preparation for exams:
The 1'19Ud-OH CIDDFOCICI1 Evdsive tactics.
Ddy Ot judgment. ,
Why did I qo to that
movie last night?
Officially the second semester got under way with grade reports:
l Adm DID.
For some there were resolutions about "getting a fresh startn:
For others Cbelowj the "start,' involved membership in the 67 Club - an in-
stitution devoted to scholarship during the late afternoon hours when everyone
else has gone home. Initiation fee: a couple of failing courses.
Driver Education. .
Hawk row: R. Sherman, P. Maior,
I, Svhwartz, A. Fostnr, T. Marsh
fran! row: H. Banzhaf, A. Twipol
D. Riclrardson, D. Anderson.
This is what the Sophomores lookerl like after
one semester of . . .
Clockwise from Mr. Ramaker: R.
Havens, I. Kasch, T. Hansen, M.
Manslor, S. Hall, F, Stoddard, T,
Asmuth, I. Blamnxer, A. Lauritzon.
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and Biology . .
Clockwise from Mr. Honeck: I.
Spitz, W, Evans, R. Auxar, I.
Foster, I. Apple, R. Read, L.
Oster, R. Terschner.
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MCG-reqor, I. Mciqmx D. Stocking
R. Erdmcmn, D. Strflnit, R. MOD, F
Boesel, Mr. Church. Front row
T. Moltko-Loth, S. Hall, C. War
ner, I. Glen, C, Brffxmcin.
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Get outa that basket, Mason.
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Back row: R. Wiqdale, I. Braid-
ster, IN. Mcmscn, R. Bosworth,
R. Ackerman, C. Burqhardt, A.
Lauritzon, I. Strickland, I.. Fics-
nick. Middle row: I. Posner, X.
Stathatos, R. Havens, T. Hansen,
II. Banzhai, P. Mayer, D. Kunvhn,
R. Fried, L. Natenshon. Front
row: R. Eckert, I. Strother, W.
Evans, R. Falk, I. Spitz, R.
Mahnke, G. Corpron, I. Schwartz.
The more serious work of the season was left in the hands of the basketball team
Manager I. Sensenbrenner, N. Thelen, P. Blommer, R. Levis, K, Williams, Captain R, Wiitiq, B.
Foerster, G. Van Waqenen, I. Gruber, R. Ells, T. Rose. Mr. Hughes.
B. Foersier, T. Rose. Mr. Hughes, G. Van Wagenen, I. Gruber, R. Ells, P. Maier,
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North Div. . 59
MUS . 4 69
Wcrylrrrrrl . 43
Lake Format 47
Rrrciho I.111h. 59
Alumni . . 57
North. Hula: 45
Wls, Luthwrcm 66
Mil. Luihwrnm 56
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The Junior Varsity
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Back row: Mr. Meyer, T. Asmuth, P, Boise, R.
Hordtke, Manager Sm1sr1r1brenner. Front row:
A. Teipel, T. Mcxrsh, W. Stevens, H. Auxer.
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Peirce A. Foster, P. Schrwizky, R.
W. Dmlmq, I. Dmorinq, W. Burke.
W The winners qot C1 case of Geritol.
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Wet sponge for Willie: SeeVotg!1 ?Qqt2.
Fidel Castro cmd friends.
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Bruce, P. Blvmmrw, I, Blommor, Cfupr. Stricklrmd, P. Mmm, D. Dfxvwlsmm, R. W'1Qd'I!Px, R. H- 11 i. Tlmyi ww.
Mcmuqer W, Pillsbury, X. Strlthntos, I. Mcxqoc, D. Km lm, R. THSCEEDFFI, A, 'I?1pv1E, I. Kcsrh, M'l!!1'1'I I. S- 'IIS' 11,
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hom. Fifth row: Mr. Robelis, Mr. Mvyflr, Mr. Hugh--s,
TIWGYVTG Off. Davidson qets there iirsi.
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Here l om, qxrls.
You button mine, l'll button yours,
Lets print the next issue on wallpaper.
Vm in rare form today
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Standard of New Iersey
What seems to be the problem?
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Dickens, E. Christiansen,
E, Kotler, P. Heil, P. Dow-
ney, W. Gold, K. Tuttle.
Back row: F. Scrmmond, I. McCollum, S. Pokross.
T. Friecllcmder, D. Lillie. First row: S. Singer, M.
S. Hughes, C. Cole, Mrs. Laird, Mrs. Nelson.
C. Thierry, W. Kruvit,
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L, lrrrssell, C. Mossinqor, Mrs. Lcrinq, R. Reid, B. Gordon, F. Ge-ilfuss, N, Squier, C. Wenzel, I
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B. Taylor, R. Squier, E. Lindemcnrm, B. Morxsler, P. Gardner, C. Teweles, M. Tousmon.
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This year's Arrow was made possible by the generosity of the following patrons
A 61 P Tea Company
Mr. cmd Mrs. E. I. Auxer
Mr. and Mrs. Edward D. Bangs
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson Bosworth, Ir.
Brennan Insurance Agency, Incorporated
College Athletic Supply Company
Connecticut Mutual Life Insurance Company
Kenneth W. Iacobs, Ir.
Arthur G. Dietrich Company
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Dineen
Doering Motor Company
Downey Heating Company
Edwards Motor Company
R. W. Ells
The Falk Corporation
Dr. and Mrs. Frederick E. Foerster
Fruehauf Trailer Company
Louise Goodell, Incorporated
Griffin-Woods Tire Company
Paul I. Grunau Company
Hall Chevrolet Company
The Harnischfeger Foundation
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn F. Heffinger
The Heil Company
Hillside Transit Company, Incorporated
International Harvester Company
Iacobson Interiors, Incorporated
Robert A. Iohnston Company
Mr. and Mrs. I. Hartley Ioys
Klode Furniture Company
I. E. Koehler
Krumbholz F ine Arts
Lappin Electric Company
Lillydahl Realty and Building Corporation
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Magee
Mr. V. H. Martell
Mr. and Mrs. George A. Mayer
Mac McClone Service
Mr. cmd Mrs. Herman Merker
Milwaukee Country Day School Alumni
Milwaukee Waste Paper Company
Les Moise, Incorporated
Hugh B. Murphy, Incorporated
North American Press
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn V. Norton
M. G. Peeters, Socony Mobil Oil Company
Polly Prim Laundry and Cleaners
Radio Station WEMP
Rhea Manufacturing Company
Rice-Powell, Incorporated -
Royal Cleaners and Dyers
Bob Sacks Cameras, Incorporated
Schwaab Stamp and Seal Company
Scott and Kloppenburg
Sensenbrenner Paper Company
A. O. Smith Corporation
Ioseph Spitz Plumbing Company
Howard B. Stark Company
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Stocking
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Stratton
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence I. Strickland
Student Transportation Company
Mr. and Mrs. Iames A. Taylor
T. Westley Tuttle, C. L. U.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Uihlein
Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Warner
Whitefish Bay State Bank
Wisconsin Ice and Coal Company
W M I L Incorporated
Compliments of a Friend
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