Morgan Park Military Academy - Skirmisher Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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gi 51 is '11 i 1 9 y MURGANQARK NW ' 'llllmllllfff , l Q if :git ' will The 1944 sS7Lll"I'l'll51QI" iaafyanp q 'K W vw V-. L. g -..,,, f ,-ff' rlgg 1. 1- aff?" 27" -K W4 ' wg-1-,rw Y . . . wifg Aer frachfion 0 laafl-i0fi5m anc :service . . . THE HoNoR RoLL R FIGHTING ALUMN Morgon Porlc Mulrtory Acodemy boosts o over sux hundre o mn: rn e Armed Forces ol the United Stotes record vvhrch o smoll school moy be very proud ol These men ID service ore scottered over the bottle fronts ol the vvhole vvorld The Ioct that more thon Armed Forces ore commissioned olhcers shows vvhot the trornlng they received ot MDMA hos helped them to occompllsh Mony ons ol Morgon l3orl4 hove gone to the theotres ol vvor ID Europe ond rn the South pocrhc They hove sent letters bocl4 to the school from lcelond ond From Indio Through therr Iorthlul service they hove eorned odvoncements In the Army 6 the Novy ond the Morlne Corps o Ievv ol them hove reoched the rc1nl4 ol Colonel A lorge number ol the Frghtrng Alumnr hove recerved voruous decorctrons Among thus group rs Lt Arthur ohnson vvho recerved the Srlver Stor lor gollontry In octlon during the New Gurneo com polgn Lt M1l4e Klrchlnoum received severol decorotrons For hrs herorc octrons during the ltolron Comporgn Qn the next poge ore listed the nomes ol those Alumnr vvho lost therr lfves rn the service ol therr country MDMA IS proud ol nts Alumnrl O U I f ' d lu ' I tr ' ' , . I I O I I 1 I J 2 eighty percent ol the Alumni in the . . . . - plc Allred C proudioot LS 19Q7 U S Army Air Force Killed by a train vvliile on guard duty at l3ointofl2ocl4s Wyoming on a ua ry Q4 194Q Pvt olwn M Nelson Class ol193Q U S Army lanlc Destroyer Battalion Killed in action in lie Soutlivvest paciiic on December 17 194Q Mai Robert C Dempsey Class of1936 U S Army Air Force Killed in aerial combat over tlie Mediter ranean on july9 1943 Lt. Robert S. Sullivan Class ol1938 US, Marine Corps Killed in action in time Soutlivvest pacific on November Q1 1943 Lt. l3erryGilson Class oF194O US. Army Air Force ' e ' tra'ning 'n a crasli into pacilic Qcean near Central America on May 4 1943 Lt. Ricliard Engelman Class ol 1941 U. S. Armed Forces K' led in action on Bougainville Marcli Q4 1944 Lt Allred Weinberg Class ol 1930 U S Army Air Force Killed in action as a bombardier in Nevv Guinea on April 10 1943 Prt Artliur L l-loyvartlw Class oi 1934 U S Army Killed in New Guinea une 19 1943 Lt Wilmer Esler Class OF1936 U S Army Air Force Killed in training accident at Camp Beau regard Louisiana on April 11 1941 Lt. Robert C. Sliipplock Class of 1939 U. S. Army Air Force Killed in a plane crasli at sea on Sep- tember Q5 1943 T. Sgt. Robert M. parcliman Class ol194Q US. Army Air Force Killed in a B-17 crasli at Briggs Field Texas on February Q6 1943 Pvt. Pliilip A. Fallc Class of 1943 U. S, Marine Corps Killed in action on Guadacanal lsland on january 13 1943 uifn Aer guidance anrl Learning . X ENGLISH X Q 7 -I,-ff!! 44r Q . ,N F.. u.. e a o a X g IUIIA AGI' ffflllllllg U1 LCll!0I'5Al!J XM Y .kk ' M . . wifk lmer h9Afing :iloirif ff 1' -x Ao 'I 3 wwf! ...WE J f er foo Lf 0lU5Ail9 . . . ,ga L, f .XXX ' O LTVWLQ ubX h dbg XM NX P 6 W 'fw' xX f K f L1 X 1 wg-ul' 3, ' 12 A -mf ,,.,. va Y S , .. 3,1 Nh., ,.- I THE ADMI Colonel Abells Colonel ones, Mr. Price, Major Roypthese men form tne bacltbone of a fine administration. The duty of the Administration is to see that the Academys schedule and standards are maintained. Colonel Abells and Colonel Jones, here at Morgan Park for nearly a half- century, continued to serve loyally and faithfully. Through their efforts, MDMA has grown from a small, unknown school to be the finest military academy in the Middle West. 18 N I Colonel Harry D Abells L Col H0Ydn E ones PhD Su:,e,,ntendeng Assistant Superintendent Mr HughG Price MA MOIOY Olin W ROY Administratorand U S A Rehfed Principal Commandant of Cadets STRATION Mr. Price in his twentieth year at MDMA has striven to se that academic standards were upheld, and he has suc- ceeded in attaining his purpose. Major Roy, during his first year in the role of Commandant of Cadets, has won the friendship of all the Cadets. l-le has been able to maintain discipline and malce the cadets lilce it. These men have been true leaders, and the sons of Morgan Park will do well to follow their examples. i i IEW., gawmp, 7 4 J I fX Coptarn Francis S Gray LLB Instructor In Mathematlcs Captom Roy S Mclntosh A M Instructor rn Latln CcrptalnGeorgeA Mahon M A Instructor en Mathematics Drrector of AtI1Ietrcs Captorn ames F Casmler Ph B Instructor rn Spanish Lt joI1nG Quarters A M Instructor In Commercial Captain Jean L Taylor A M Instructor rn Enghsh Lt Claude E Pampel MS Ed Instructor rn Brology Lt I'IowardG Wilcox M A Instructor rn Enghsh w Q W 1 " ' n n Q '4U5G.A'IFlABK I . J v . I ' nil Capt ohn W Greenman Mr Wrllard K Clore Curator Busrness Manager and Quartermaster Not rn picture Lt Thomas Byrnes Q0 Lt amesW Marberry BS Ed Instructor rn Physrcs Lt Peterlf Sregye M A Lt RobertG Schmidt M A Instructor In History Lt Robert Van Duyn M A lnstructorrnEnglrshandspanxsh Instructor rnsocrcl Sciences Mrs ecn L Taylor Mrs Florence Van Duyn M A M A Llbrarran Instructor nn Hrstory I 'J I . . 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K-1 I Q-Bm-U n V a ' . n 1 I 1 -, n 0 Q 1 I . -l A: r FRONT ROW St mmler Whrtlreld Doney Forbes Whrttrer Mohfet Thrall Behrens Lrlyeblcde Dodd Page Prrgnano Freund SECOND ROW Capt Casmrer Rogers Weckel Lopezl Blarr Barksdale Swanson johnson R Magrrnr Carter Strouse Sopkrn Thrrd Row Rossr Davis Kendrrck Nevrns Treckelo Karen Schmrtz Andreasson R Muller Curtrs Knres Prrcej Fourth Row Wharton Coppin Frscher Pohlers Laplante Sutton Prrce R Hanson Bronson Rothstern Broker Frfth Row Haugen Pyskacek Frank Versen Oprtz Trernan Tonney l-lall Scott Sword Rrch E ASS 19 The Corps ol Cadets rs sorry, Indeed, to see the Class ol 1944 leave the campus ol MDMA -lhus years sensor class has excelled rn the classroom, on the athletic held, and at socral lunctrons -lhey have been true leaders Alter their school days are hnrshed, the members ol the class ol 44 vvrll enter rnto a turbulent, troubled vvorld Wrth memories ol their days as cadets at MRMA may the graduates pass through the trrals ol an un certarn luture vvrth as much success as they had at the Academy, and let them always remember that the laculty, the Corps, and the Alumnr ol Morgan park are proud ol the Class ol 'IQ-44 W4 erome Arthur Thrall erry Born rn Chicago on Q6 November 1995 Entered MDMA rn September 1940 from Gresham .rchool Chrcogo Company C Prrvate Frrst Class 'l Q 3 Captarn 4 Football l-leavy vverght Q3 4 Bantamvverght Basketball l-leavyvverght 3 4 Lrght werght 1 Q Baseball 3 Track 4 G F1 Q Emblem Club 3 4 Pres rdent 4 unror Clos Press ent Senror Class Presrdent A -ua.. . . . - N, -vm-wif , ,. , I V, 4-'js -7 ., 'I 7 . 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I 7 .M ' t,-A , - -f 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 , , 5 I1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 ' 5 '1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - Y . . r A , l t l ' r' , , A , , 1 - - - , 'l. 1 V - , - - . . , al - . - , - . gl ' s d RUDOLPH WILLIXAM ANDREASSON ndy Born sn Marquette Msclssgan on I6 November 'IQQS Entered MDMA sn February 'I943 from Mackenzie lalsgls Sclsool Detroit Msclssgan Company A Drsvate 3 Drsvate First Class 4 Football Lsglstwesglst Captain 4 Basketball Company 4 Iennss 3 Bowling 4 Camera Club 4 Academy News 4 A MELVILLE BACON Ace Born sn Clsscago on Q anuary 'IQQ5 Entered MDMA sn February I94O from Sutlserland Sclsool Clsscago CompanyD Drsvate'I CorporalQ 3 4 Football I-Ieavy wesglst 3 Basketball I-leavywesglst Q 3 4 Captain 4 Lsglstwesglst 'I Ba eball 'I 4 Track 'I Q 3 4 Emblem Club 'I Q 3 4 Secretary 3 Dressdent 4 Guardians 3 4 unsor Class Vice Dressdent Sensor Class Vice Dressdent Best All Around Atlslete 3 WILLIAM RANDOLPIII BARKSDALE III Rebe MDMA sn September 'I94Q from E C Glass I-lsgls Sclsool Lynclsburg Virginia Company A Drsvate 3 Drsvate First Class 4 Football I-leavywesglst Manager 4 Bantamwesglwt 3 Basketball I-leavywesglst Sensor Manager 4 Lsglstwesglwt Manager 3 Company 3 Baseball Manager 4 Track Sensor Man ager 3 Boxing Iournament 3 Swimming 4 Emblem Club 4 Academy News 4 THOMAS REED BEHRENS Born sn Clsscago on Q7 February 'IQQ7 Entered MDMA sn February 'I94'I Irom Morgan Dark I-lsgls Sclsool Clsscago Company C Drsyate 'I Drsvate First Class Q 3 l.eu tenant 4 Basketball CompanyI Q 3 4 Irack 4 Swim ming Q4 Bowling 4 Sksrmsslser 3 Cava ry I Guardians 4 Rifle Club 'I Grenadsers 4 unsor Class Vice Dressdent Sensor Class Treasurer , ' ' I - I ' ' A . s U 1 - . ,h I J . ' . - . '. . ' . - . Born in Lynclsburg, Virginia, on Q5 May 'I9Q7. Entered T. B. 3 i 1 i i I- f I - s ' . - '- f s' -Q-33 V . . ' . A I 4 . J . ROBERT JAMES BLAIR Speed Born IU Morrls llllnors on 3I anuary IQQ6 Entered IYIPMA ID September I94O lrom Nlchols School Evanston ID Company A Druvate I Q Drrvate First Class 3 Corporal 4 Basketball Llghtyve1ghtI Q 3 Baseball I Q ox :ng Tournament I Q 3 Cavalry 4 WILLIAM VISIAEUL BRAKER I I9 Born rn Chacago on 3 Noyemb r IQQ6 Entered MDMA In September I94O from MDMA Lower School Company C Drnvate Flrst Class I Q Drlvate 3 4 Foot ball Lughtvverght3 4 BantamwelghtQ Basketball Light Weight Q Company Q 3 4 I-rack 4 Boxlng Tournament G I Q Camera Club I Q Sklrmls er 3 I e Clu I Q 4 DAVID BENJAMIN BRITTAIN Dave Born nn Chicago on Q4 December 'IQQ5 Entered MDMA 1nl:ebruaryI94I from Morgan Dark I-llgh School Chlcago Band Drlvate Q Drsvate First Class 3 Corporal 4 Foot ball I-leavywelght 4 Rifle Club Q 3 4 ROGER WILLIAM BRONSON Born un Chicago on I9 April IQQ6 Entered MDMA nn September I94O from Qak Lawn School Chncago Company C Druvate First Class I Drryate Q 3 Corporal 4 Football Llghtweught4 BantamweughtI Basketball Company I Bovvllng 4 Rifle Club I 4 llois. 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R-rl b b g Bill FREDERICK WILLIAM CARTER III Born In Honolulu Terrntory of I-Iawau on 28 August 1925 Entered MDMA an September 1942 from Dunahou School I-Ionolulu Terrntory of I-Iawau Company B Drrvate 3 Sergeant 4 Football I'Ieavy wenght 3 4 Basketball Company 4 Svvummung 4 Em blem Club 4 CHARLES CLIFFORD COPPIN III Chuck Born ID Covington Kentucky on 13 November 1926 Entered MDMA IH September 1943 from I-Ienry Clay l"llgh School Lexington Kentucky Company B Druvate First Class 4 Football I-leavy Weight 4 Basketball Company 4 Swnmmlng 4 E EDWARD CLINTON CURTIS Born ID Kankakee Illlnols on 9 anuary1927 Entered MDMA rn September 1942 from Kankakee I'llgh School Kankakee Illunous Band Drlvate Fnrst Class 3 Corporal 4 Baseball 3 4 Academy News 3 Swung Band 3 4 Drum and Bugle Corps 3 4 GEORGE RODNEY DAVIS o Born In Blue Island Illlnols on 12 March 1927 Entered MDMA ID February 1941 from Blue Island Community I-Ilgh School Blue Island Illlnols Band Drlvate 2 4 Drlvate Flrst Class 3 Football Light we1ght3 4 Airplane Club2 Skurmlsher3 RlFle Club2 I D Bill H ' ' . Z : .. ' ' I . mi blem Club 4. Ed D . I ' -I J Q' . .Rd FRED LINCOLN DODD Freddy Born ID Chicago on 'IQ February 1996 Entered MDMA In February 'I94O from Lovett School Chicago Company B Private 'I Corporal Q First Sergeant 3 Captaln 4 Football Heavyweight 3 4 Lightweight Q Bantamwelght I Iraclc 4 Boxing 'I Q 3 4 Boxlng Iournament 'I Q 3 4 Emblem Club I Q 3 4 Vice Press dent 4 Guardians Q 3 4 president 4 Grenaduers Q 3 4 unlor Class President Sensor Class president Most Mrlltary Cadet Q3 4 Most Military Cadet 'Irubune Medal Q HENRY EUGI-ENE! DONEY III an Born In Chicago on 'I November 'IQQ6 Entered MIDMA In February 'I94'I from Senn Hugh School Chrcago Company I3 prrvate 'I Company A Corporal Q Sergeant 3 Captain 4 Football Heavyweight Q 3 4 Baslcetball Heavywe1ght4 Llghtwelght 3 Company Q Boxing Iournament Q 3 4 Iennrs I Emblem Club 3 4 aclrers 4 Most Mrlltary Cadet Irlbune Medal 'I Q 3 Rnlle Ieam 3 4 HARRY ARNOLD FISCHER Harry Born In Chicago on Q4 Cctober 'IQQ6 Entered MIJMA tn February 'I94Q Irom Llnlversnty of Chicago Hugh School Chicago Company D Private Q Corporal 3 Sergeant 4 Foot ball Heavywenght 4 Lrghweught 3 Basketball Com pany Q 3 4 Iraclc Q 4 Swrmmlng Q 4 Bowling 4 Academy News Q Slcurmlsher Lrterary Editor 3 Cnuard sans Treasurer 4 Quill and Scroll 3 DAWSON VAIB ARSDALE FORBES aws Born rn Chlcago on 4 july IQQ6 Entered MDMA ID anuary T940 Irom Vanderpoel School Chicago Company C private First Class I Corporal Q Com pany D Sergeant 3 Company I3 Sergeant 3 Company A Captain 4 Football Heavyweight Manager 'IQ Ba lcetball HeavywerghtManagerl Q Iracl4l Boxlng Iournamentl Q 3 Emblem Club Q 3 4 Academy News l Q 3 Editor 3 Slarmusher Boolc Editor 3 Guardians 4 Quill and Scroll 3 Clrenadlers Q 3 4 f 1 A . I Q f ' . : ' - - . Academy News 'I-Q-3. Cavalry Q. Guardians Q-4. Gren- J 4 A , I . S : ' I - . . ' A JACK STANFORD FRANK ac Born rn Chrcago on Q4 August 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA ID September 'I94Q from I-lyde Darlc I-lrgh School Chicago Company I3 Dravate 3 Sergeant 4 Football l"leavy werght 3 4 Basketball Company 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Iraclc 4 Boxing 3 Boxing Tournament 3 Swrmmrng 4 Emblem Club 3 4 JOHN RICHARD FREUND Froond Born rn Chrcago on I6 November 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA rn September 'I94O From MDMA Lower School Company D Drlvate 'I Corporal Q First Sergeant 3 Second Lreutenant 4 Football I-leavywerght 4 Iraclc Q Boxrng Q 4 Boxvng Tournament Q 3 4 Slclrmrsher 3 Guardians Q 3 4 Fathers Club Medal Q Scholastic Medal 3 Emblem Club 4 ORVILLE EMMETT HALL Born IH Chlcago on 9 Novelmber 'IQQ4 Entered MDMA IU September 'I94O from Sutherland School Chrcago Football I-leavywerght'I Q 3 4 All ConIerence'I Q Most Valuable 4 Basketball I-leavywerght 4 Lightweight 3 Baseball 'I Q 3 Boxrng 'I Q 4 Emblem Club 'I Q 3 4 Sensor Class Sergeant at Arms ARTHUR ANDREW HANSON r Born rn Chlcago on 'I une IQQ6 Lntered MDMA rn September 'I94O from Sutherland School Chicago Company C Drlvate 'I Q 3 4 Football Lightweight Q 4 l3antamwe1ghtI Baslcetball Company'I Q 3 4 Swlm mlng'I 4 GOIVI l3owlung4 CavalryQ RlFleClub'I Q I , I I' I B d Company D: Drivate 'I-Q-3. Company ci Corporal 4. A t F . . J . - . . DAVID CAMSBELL HAUGEN e Born an Stanley Wrsconsnnobn Q4 uly 1926 Entered MDMA ID September 1943 from Ames Hugh School Ames owa Company B Drlvate Elrst Class 4 Boxing Tournament 4 RALPH BERNARD JEZIERSKI Born In Chicago on Q1 September 'I9Q5 Entered MDMA an September 'I94'I from Morgan Darlc Hugh School Chncago Company D Drlvate Elrst Class 'IQ Company C Drnvate Eurst Class 3 Sergeant 4 Football Heavy weight 3 Lughtwelght Q Basketball Heavywelght 3 4 ROBERT CARL JOHNSON o Born ID Chicago on 'I5 March 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA IH September 'I94O from MDMA Lower School Company C Drlyate 'I Q 3 Elrst Lieutenant 4 Baslcet ball Company'I Q 3 4 Baseball 'I Bowling 4 Camera Club T Q 3 4 Airplane Clubl Slclrmlsher 3 Cavalry 'I Q Grenadlers 4 HOWARD FRANKLIN KENDRICK Monlc Born ID Sprlngheld Massachusetts on 8 August 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA IH September I94Q lrom State Hugh Kalamazoo Muchugan Company A Drnvate 3 Sergeant 4 V h f I l I J ' ' I ' I I V V Iez Lightweight 'I-Q. Iracl4.3-4. Emblem Club 3-4. - i . , B b . HENRY JOHN KNIES Hanlc Born ID Chrcago on I6 August 'IQQ5 Entered MDMA In February 'I94'I Irom Morgan Darlc Hugh School Chicago Company C Drlvate First Class 'I Q 3 Company D Sergeant 4 Football Llghtwerght 4 Bantamwelght'I Irac Q Bowling 4 Airplane Club 'I Rifle Club I Q 4 Basketball Companyl GEORGE ROSS LA PLAINTE Bug George Born rn St Germaln QDIOFIO Canada on Q8 November 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA ID September 'I943 from Arlington I-1erghts Hugh School Arlrngton Helghts Illnnols Band Drlvate Elrst Class 4 Football Heavyweight 4 Baslcetball Company 4 Boxrng Iournament 4 Iennls 4 Swlmmlng 4 Academy News 4 Swung Band 4 THEODORE CLAEIFENCE LILYEBLADE d Born ID Cleveland Chao gneQ4 Aprrl 'IQQ6 Ert red MDMA In September I94O from DeWitt Clunton School Company I3 Drlvate Elrst Class 'I Erst Sergeant 4 Company A Corporal Q Sergeant 3 Football Heavy weught 4 Llghtwerght Q Bantamwerght 'I Baslcetball Llghtweught Q Company 3 4 I-raclc Q 3 4 Boxung Iour nament'I Q Swlmmrng Q 4 Emblem Club 3 4 Alrplane Club Q Debate Clubl unuor Class Irea urer Sensor Class Secretary ISIDRO LOPEZ zzy Born ID Saltrllo Mexlco on Q3 anuary1QQ7 Entered MDMA IH September 'I94Q Company I3 Drlvate 3 Drlvate First Cla s 4 Football Bantamwerght 4 Basketball Lightweight 3 Company 4 Baseball 3 Boxrng 4 Swlmmlng 4 Drum and Bugle Corps 3 , . . I I A j A . I l ' V I A I I I u I I ' U I . I . I .4 , ' I3 I Chicago. I . I j . . I . f i I ' ' f i - 3 I I I J ' I ' f I ' s . : .- I. I. . i . PETE A MAGRINI Turte Born In Crcero lllrnors on 30 May 1996 Entered MDMA T September I94Q from Rantoul Hugh School Rantoul uno Company I3 Drlvate 3 Sergeant 4 Football I'leavy weight 4 Basketball HGOVYWGIQIWL 3 4 Company 3 4 Baseball 3 Emblem Club 3 4 ROBERT EDWARD MGFFEI o Born In Chicago on 'I6 March I9Q7 Entered MDMA September I94O from St Bernard s School Chicago Company D Drlvate Flrst Class 'I Corporal Q Sergeant 3 First Sergeant 4 'I-VGCI4 'I Q 3 Boxing 'I Q 3 4 o Ing Iournament'I Q 3 4 Swlmmnng 'I Emblem Club 'I Q Dresldent 4 Rllle Clubl Q Senior Class Vice Dresldent ALLEN JAY MILLER Born ID Chicago on 3 November 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA ID September 'I94'I lrom I-lyde Darl4 l'llgh School Chicago Company A Drlvate Q 3 Sergeant 4 Football I-leavy Weight 4 Basketball Lrghtvvenght Q Track Q 3 4 Em blem Club 3 4 Cavalry Q JOHN RICHARD MARSCHITZ Murph Born In Chicago on 'I4 December 'I9Q5 Entered MDMA IU February 'I94O from Sutherland School Chlcago Company D Dnvate 'I Drlvate First Class Q Sergeant 3 Captain 4 Football l'leavyvveught 4 Lightweight 3 Academy News I Q 3 Slcurmlsher 3 Guardians 4 Qurll and Scroll 3 Grenadners 3 4 Best Drilled Cadet ' I I I l ' . f f l It is. B b r A , . in , ' U . - - . i ' - -i- . B x- 3-4. Academy -N-eyvs 'I. Guardians 'I-Q-3-4, Vicej 1 U A. 3. ' ' I JAMES D MCHUGH Hurrrccme Born rn Chicago on Q8 December 'I9Q5 Entered MDMA In February 'I94Q from St Ignatius I-Iagh School Chicago Company D Drlvate Q 3 4 Football I-Ieavywelght 3 4 Baslcetball I-Ieavywelght 3 Baseball Q 4 I-racl4 4 Boxing 4 ROBERT G NEVINS Squrrrel Born IU Chicago on Q1 August 1996 Entered MDMA IH Feptember 'I94O from New Iraer I-Irgh School Wnnnetlca I :nous Company B Drrvate First Class 'I Q 3 Drrvate 4 Foot ball Lightweight 4 Iracl4I Q Boxrng'I Q 3 4 Boxing ID 4 Rifle Club WARREN FREDERICK OPIIZ Punjab Born ID Chrcago on I'I November WQQ6 Entered MDMA In February 'I943 from Darlcer I-Irgh School Chicago CompanyA Drrvate 3 Sergeant 4 Football I-Ieayy werght 4 Basketball Company 4 Iraclc 4 Boxing Tournament 4 Grenaduers 4 WALTER HERBERT PAGE Wally Born In Chicago on Q'I February 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA an February 'I94O from Sutherland School Chicago Company C Dr vate Frrst Class1 Corporal Q Sergeant 3 Second lcreutenant 4 Iennrs 'I Rifle Club I Q 3 I p ' ' Tournament 'I-Q-3-4. Tennis-'IQQ-4. SwImmIng Bow- l' g . ' 'I-Q. I I ' f I f I LIDDELL JACKSON PARCHMAN ex Born un Fort Worth Texas on 'IO November IQQ4 E tered MDMA un February 'I94O from Sutherland School Chucago Company C l3ruvate'I Q Corporal 3 Furst Lueutenant 4 Football Heavyweught 'I Q 3 4 Captaun 4 Basketball Lughtweught'I Irack'I Emblem Club'I Q 3 4 Sergeant at Arms 3 4 Skurmusher 3 unuor Class Sergeant at Arms Fathers Club Medal 4 NORMAN JOHN POHLERS Shellshock Born un oluet lllunous on 7 March IQQ6 Entered MDMA un October 'I94Q from Central Hugh School Washungton Company I3 Pruvate 3 Pruvate Furst Class 4 Football Lughtweught 4 Basketball Company 3 Track 3 4 Box ung Tournament 4 Cheer Leader 4 JOHN MARSHALL PRICE Luttle ohn Born un New York Cuty on 'I Aprul 'I9Q7 Entered MDMA un September 'I943 from Congers Hugh School Congers New York Band pruvate 4 Track 4 Swummung 4 Debate Club 4 Swung Band 4 Drum and Bugle Corps 4 RICHARD ROYAL PRICE uc Born un Martunez Calulornua on 'I7 September 'IQQ6 If tered MIDMA un February 'I943 from Hyde Park Hugh School Chucago Company I3 pruvate 3 Corporal 4 Football Heavy weught 4 Basketball Heavyweught 3 Luahtweught 3 Company 3 4 Track 3 4 Swummung 4 Emblem Club I I A 1 1 - n' - A ' .1 . . . 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JOHN ANTHONY PRIGNANO Punchy Born ID Chicago on Q9 September 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA ID September 'I94O from Edwards Day School Chrcago Company A Drnvatel Corporal Q Sergeant 3 Com pany B Captaln 4 Football I-Ieayywelght 3 4 Light welghtl Q Iraclc 3 4 Boxlngl Q 3 4 Boxing -Iourna ment I Q 3 4 Emblem Club 3 4 Camera Club 'I Drum and Bugle Corps 3 Cuuardrans 4 unlor Class Sergeant at Arms Most Mulutary Cadet -Irlbune Medal 4 RAYMOND JOHN PYSKACEK Garboon Born ID Chscago on 4 May 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA In September 'I943 from S Morton I-llgh School Cicero I Ccompany B Drlyate Iennls 4 Swrmmlng 4 NORMAN I RICH Born In Roclc Island lllrnols on I3 uly IQQ6 Entered MDMA ID September 'I94Q Irom Roclc Island I-Ilgh School Rock Island lllrnols Company B Drnvate 3 Corporal 4 Football I-leayy we1ght4 Llghtwe1ght3 Baslcetball Company3 Base ball 4 Swlmmnng 4 Bowling 4 WILSON THOMAS ROGERS Born ID Chicago on 7 March 'IQQ7 Entered MDMA rn September 'I94O from MDMA Lower School Company D Drrvate 'I 4 Dravate First Class Q 3 Foot ball I-Ieavywelght 4 Llghtweught 3 Bantamwelght 'I Q Baslcetball Lightweight 3 Company I Q Baseball 'I Q 3 4 Boxing 4 Bowling 4 . 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I- i .- . --. - I I ui j - . -I . j - . - - REYNOLD STEPHEN ROSSI Moose I3 rn In ollet llllnols on Q8 August 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA rn September 'l94Q from ollet Catholic l-llgh Sc ool let II rn Company B Drnvate 3 Sergeant 4 Football l-leavy werght 4 Basketball l-leavyvyelght 3 4 Company 3 4 Emblem Club 3 4 Most Mrlltary Cadet Tribune Medal 4 RONALD MABRVIN ROTHSTEIN obo Born ID Detroit Mrchlgan on Q8 April 'IQQ7 Entered MDMA IH September l94Q from Central l-hgh School Detrozt Mlchugan Company A Drrvate 3 Corporal 4 Football l-leav weight 4 Llghtweught 3 Basketball Company 34 Track 4 Skrrmrsher 3 JOSEPH O SCHMITZ Born In Atchison Kansas on 8 February 'IQQ6 Ertered MDMA In September 'IQ43 from Southwest l-hgh School Kansas Cnty Missouri Companyl3 Drlyate4 Football LlghtWe1ght4 Swim ming 4 G LYNN SCOTT G Lynn Born IH Chrcago on 'I3 May 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA rn September T940 from Cook School Chrcago Company C Druvate T Band Drlyate T Q Corporal 3 Sergeant 4 Football Lightweight 7 Q 3 Bantamvveught Captain Q Basketball Lrghtvverght T Q Company 1 Boxrng Tournament l Q 3 4 lenms Q 3 4 Drum and Bugle Corps 3 Grenadrers 4 O . . 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MARSHALL LEWIS SLOANE Born ID St paul Mrnnesota on 5 November 1995 E tered MDMA In September 'I94Q from St Paul Academy St Paul Mlnnesota Company B prlvate 3 prxvate Elrst Class 4 Baseball 3 Emblem Club 3 4 Academy News 4 RALPH WESTON SOPKIN Soppv Born ID CIIICOQO on 4 February 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA In September 'I94Q from Wassoolceag Sclwool Dexter Marne Company B Prrvate 3 Private Eurst Class 4 Football Llglwtwelglmt Captain 4 Baseball 3 4 Swimming 4 Bowllng 4 GEORGE LOUIS SIEMMLER Georgle Born ID St Louls Mlssourn on Q9 December 'IQQ6 E tered MIDMA ID September 'I94O from Wrlllam Stix Sclmool St Louns Mlssouru Band private Elrst Class 'I Corporal Q Elrst Sergeant 3 ment 'I Q 4 Iennls I Q 3 4 Academy News 1 Q 3 4 Slormlslwer 3 Swing Band 'I Q 3 4 Leader 3 4 Drum and Bugle Corps 3 4 Drum Major 4 Guardians Q Quill and Scroll 3 4 Sclwolastuc Medal 'I JOHN JOSEPH STERBA o Born ID Lyons Illunols on 8 nSeptember TQQD Entered MDMA ID February 'I94O from Goodman Sclwool Cicero I ICIECQ-3:1pany A Prsvate 'I Sergeant Q Company B Second Lieutenant 3 Errst Lieutenant 4 Eootball I-Ieavyweuglwt 3 4 Llglwtweuglnt 'I Q Balcsetball Llglwtwelglwt 'I Q 3 Company 4 Emblem 3 4 Guardrans 4 unnor Class Secretary Sensor Class Secretary AI ' . , ' , . n- . . . I . .I A n- Captain 4. Baslcetballf Company 'I-Q-4. Boxing Iourna- J I-1 II' ' EDGAR M SIROUSE Ape Born ID Elkhart lndlana on Q5 August 'IQQ6 Entered 'I943 from Elkhart I-lngh School Elkhart lndnana CompanyB pr1vate4 Football Llghtwelght4 Boxing Tournament 4 Swlmmnng 4 DAVID LESTER SUTTON Dave Born IH Chicago on 16 May 'IQQB Entered MDMA In September 'I94O from Long Beach School Long Beach lnduana Company B private First Class 'I Company D Rrzvate First Class Q Corporal 3 Sergeant 4 Football Lrghr welght1 Q 3 Boxlng'I GolI'I Q Rifle Club 3 ROBERT CARL SWANSON Born In Chrcago on QO Auggst 'IQQ7 Entered MDMA nn September 'I94O from Clussold School Chicago Company C private First Class 1 Corporal Q Company 'I Q Goll'I Q Bowling Q 4 Camera Club 3 4 Vice President 4 Gem Club 'I Skurmrsher 3 4 WILLIAM JACK SWARD Bug ack Born ln Chncago on Q9 anuary 'IQQ7 Entered MDMA ID September 1940 from Sutherland School Chicago Company C Prnvate FnrstClassl Company D Corporal Q Private 3 Color Sergeant 4 Football Lnghtwelght'I Basketball Lrghtwerght 'I Company Q 3 4 Baseball 4 Boxing 3 Boxing Tournament 'I Q 3 Camera Club Q Academy News 3 4 Editor 4 Skrrmusher 3 Rulle Club 1 Grenadrers 4 ' f 1 . 1 I - B b D: Sergeant 3, First Lieutenant 4. 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I ' I J . g JAMES SCOTT TIERNAN Born In Macomb llllnots on T5 Qeptember TQQ6 Entered MDMA ID September T943 from Kankakee l-llgln Sclwool Kankakee llllnols Company A Drrvate 4 Football l-leavyvveuglwt 4 Basketball l"leavyvvelgl'1t4 Ba eball 4 Track4 Tennis 4 Emblem Club 4 FRED RODGER TONNEY Stardust Born In Clwrcago on Q6 anuary TQQ6 Entered MDMA rn Marcl1T94Qlrom Sulllvan l-llglw Qclwool Clncago CompanyB Dr1vate3 CompanyA Drlvate3 Sergeant 4 Football l-leavyvvelglwt 3 4 Basketball Company 4 Boxing 4 Boxing Tournament 4 Svvnmmlng 4 Cavalry RICHARD Ml?HEkl.E TRECKELO rec Born In Elklart lndnana on QQ Qctober TQQ6 Entered MDMA In September T943 from Elklnart I-hgh Sclwool Elklnart lndlona Company B Druvate 4 Track 4 Sklrmlslmer Assocuate Editor 4 ARTHUR ALAN VERSEN Beau Born IU Davenport lovva on QQ une TQQ6 Entered MDMA in September T940 from Sutlwerland Sclwool Cn: cago Company D Druvate Eurst Clas T Q 3 Color Corporal 4 Eootball l.lgl1tvvergl'1t Q 3 Bantamvvelglwt T Basketball Llglwtvvelglwt T Q Eleavyvverglwt 4 Company 3 Track 4 Boxing Tourrament T Golf T Bowling 4 Cavalry Q Jim 3. 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I THEODORE FOBERT WECKEL over Born ID Clucago on QQ uly 'I9Q5 Entered MDMA In September I94O from St Barnabas Scluool Chicago Company C private Flrst Class 'IQ3 4 Football Lrglwtvverglwt 'I Q 3 Basketball I-leavyvverglwt 3 4 Lugbt weuglwt 'I Q Baseball 'I Q 3 4 Emblem C u Q Vice president 4 JAMES RICHARD WHARTON Born IU South Bend lndralwnay on 'IO November 'IQQ6 Entered MDMA In September 'I943 From olwn Adams I-llglw Sclwool Soutln Bend lndrana Company A prnvate 4 ROBERT ALLIEION WHITFIELD It Born In St Petersburg Florida on 'I May IQQ7 Entered MDMA rn September I94O from MDMA Lower Sclwool Company C private Frrst Class 'I Corporal Q Flrst Sergeant3 Captain 4 Baslcetball Company'I Baseball ennns nrmns er un an cro s abled Veterans Medal 3 RALPH DUDLEY WHITTIER u Born IH I-llglwland Park Mrcnrgan on 'I7 May IQQ6 Enter ed MDMA In February 'I94O from Henry Ford Sclwool I-lrgnland parlc Mrclwrgan Company A private Frrst Class 'I Corporal Q Sergeant 3 Fnrst Lleutenant 4 Svvrmmlng 'I Q Camera Club'I Q 3 Vice president Q Anrplane Club 'I Academy News 'I Q 3 Associate Editor 3 Slcrrmlstwer Editor 3 Debate Club Q 3 Cavalry 3 Quill and Scroll 3 4 Grenadrers 3 4 Rifle Ieam Captain 4 Rifle Ieam Clwampuon Medal 4 Q , J g V , F I-bi-3-4? . .T- . 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' 1 , - 'F-'Q A FRONITRON Fmdlizy L vm Swnrlcl Galllgan Clodr lt r Gllb rt Kupp rsmrth Sharp Wrnter Usedom Wallman l.argJra Moore D SECOND ROW Ralph Duchossuss Wrlllamsj Kelly l-lutter Lungas Bunn Stanek Poss Fnglehart Brrtton F Bloch R AltschularT Lt Ouarters THIRD ROW Schiller Hogan Harneck Moorej Wolter Yardley Wlcltman Rubun Berliner Brown E Francis Wllllams R Richards FOURTH ROW Gruoner Lnndqurst Coady Osovvskn l-lammerstrom Englund Johnson E Watts Norton Yeager Nash Peshke Marshall Torrance FIFTH ROW OMalley Gartleman Whipple Flott Skarnn Llmperls Krrchman Geocarls Scanlon Barnett Smonson SmnthG Campbell Freudt E U O CLA Thus years unuors have made an out standrng record For themselves by benng vvell represented on the athletic held IU lVll5MAs socual lnle nn the mln y program, and ID the Academys extra currscular actnvlues A umor Class meeting vvas held early nn November to elect oFhcers Dewey Kuppersmlth came out ol the electron as president Bob Ollbert vice president aclc Sharp secretary and treasurer, and George Clodlelter who nnce has en listed ID the Navy sergeant at arms George us the hrst member of the unlor Class to enter the Armed Forces 49 The unuor Senlor Prom was held on May Q7 In Alumnl l-lall and was a great success thanlcs to the hard vvorlmng com mnttee ol unlors who spent a great deal ol time un malcmg the dance a pleasure to remember by the Sensors, during their last days at MDMA Next year the umors vvull be lcnovvn as the Class ol 1945 and they lul4e the graduatlng classes ol the past vvlll vvrlte their lame on the walls ol Morgan l3arl4 The Slcnrmlsher statl vvashes them the best ol uclt ws '- '- - '41 5T.':1l A ' . I ' ' 'V " . ' .,,"f'1"'. ' - 4- A ' - A ' L 1 4 ,' ' ' ' 5 F1 9 1 3 1 1 3 91 9 1 3 1 1 1 1 F T . . . . . 3 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 " 'I A ' . . . . 5 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 ., , A 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 I rl I T , . . . , . T 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 ., , . ' 1 1 ' - . F . . , .I. , tor . J . 1 - 1 . . .L. 1 1 ' 1 . A J 1 1 I T . , 4 C' f I 1 ' - l - - . Thomas L Altshuler private om Lapaz Boluvra S A RobertF Barnett private Bug Eyes Detroit Mlchrgan Robert A Bloch Prnvate Frrst Class Mrshavvalfba Indnana Eugene D Brown private Homer Kansas Cnty Mxssour H rry H Bell Prwate Harry Chncago lllnnons Richard L Berliner prnvate First lass IC Forest parlc llllnons Frank R Brrtton Prlyate rltt Chncago lllrnous Rrchard B Bunn private rc Chicago lllmou Wyatt T Campbell George E Clodfelter Prrvate Prryate First Class l-lopper Rapld Cnty South Dakota Chucago lllrnous -. a '. ',Jr. eff 7 ,U , ,' C , T' LBDYV A . 'KB bl, , . IIB' Ii. . tl . ,,. . . UB. k,,, . b "'BiIl" olwn M Coady vate o n Mrnoolca lllrnors Walter L Englund Private Wally Clwlcago lllrnols Wray A Fmdlay Frrst Sergeant Weary Clwrcago lllrnors WIllIOm A FTGFICIS Prrvate Cl1ICGQO lllrnors Albert C Ducllossors Prrvate Dutclw Clwlcago llllnols Gordon S Engellrart Prnvate Frrst Class Gorcly Clwrcago lllnnors Fleming W Flott prrvate em Clwncago lllnnors amesA Gallrgan III Frrst Lneutena Clwrcago lllrnors Glen A Gartelman George F Geocarrs Frrst Sergeant Sergeant en Geo Clwrcago llllnons Clwrcago lllrnors J . . ' pri ' .ll ,., . . .1FI ,'. . nt ' "Bill", t A "jim", A .MGI l,. . . Al ,l. . ohn R Gulbert Sergeant o Lombard lllrnous Raymond L Hammerstrom Prnvote Farst Closs Loune Clncago lllmols M ol'1n Hogan Private ac Seneca lllnnols Erman G ohnson Prrvate Flrst Class rm Clncogo Illnnoas George F Krrclwmon Corporal Krrc Berwyn lllnnors Franlclln T Grrffln Prnvate Gopher Clwlcogo lllmous Donald Harneclc Prnvote on Clncogo lllrnors Bob F Hutter Private Chucogo llllnols Robert l'l Kelly Prnvate Streator lllnnols Donald R Koren Prnvate on Clncago lllr on HB bn, . f' . r -, J- ... Q ',. . . .KD ,,. . .J 4 . "J maj u face". v , J A - . IKE ,,. . mEd,,. . H, HD ,, I R . , I .D ,S Duane E Kuppersmlth Sergeant Dewey Chrcago lllrnors erome Q Levrn Second Lieutenant erry Chrcago lllunons Robert H Lindquist Color Sergeant Chicago llllnors Eduardo Lopez Prrvate Frrst Class ddy Sattrllo Coahurla Mexrco Richard A Marshall Prrvate nc Clawson Mrchlgan Raymond C Largura Second Lreutenant Lagoa Gary lndrana Nlcholasfvl Lumpens private Lrmpy Chicago lllanors Wllluam T Lmgas private Chrcago lllrnous ohn W Major private ea Chrcago lllnnors Don A Moore Fnrst Sergeant on Mrdlothuan lllrnors ..'LindY,l. . . l.BlIl". . . . J V, ' . E . 4 AHB l4"4 4 W5 L L "D L ames F Moore Corporal Ctrrcago lllrno 5 Don W Norton P :vate or Clnrcago I nous Paul A O Malley Private rrs Cbrcago HIIDOS Edward D Peshlce Co po al Benny Adnan Mrcbrgan M Robert Rubrn private o MICH gan Cnty lndrana Robert C Nash prrvote o Detroit Michigan Robert P Oliver private O Clnrcago Illrnons Henry W Osowslcr Prrvate Detroit Mrchraan Robert W Rrchard Prrvate Rrclcy del Monte Detroit MICPWIQGU Thomas M Scanlon prrvate om Chrcago Illrnors wi t 78 bf "B b" ' ,ere ' ' , ' ' W H' TM? . . AlB.b,, . . 'tT ,,. . alph D Schuller Frrst Sergeant Gate Detroit Mlchrgan Gene R Sumonson Corporal lmy Waupaca Wusconsrn Gordon E Smeth Prlvate Smntty Chrcago lllrnors ohn F Snarslu First Lieutenant o n Chncago llllnors Bully D Torrance Prnvate tu Detroit Michigan aclc M Sharp Corporal Sharpy Dayton Ohio Lee L Skarun Sergeant unt Lemont lllrnols Ruchard E Smutt Corporal IC De-trout Mrchrgan Dole A Stanelc Private Da e Chicago lllnnols Robert G Usedom Frm Lreutenant o Chrcago llllnors Jg .E arf. .- Robert H Watts private lenn Brrmnngham Nrchraan erth L Whrpple private Frrst Clas Whrp alt l.alce Cnty Utah ohn S Wrllrams Prnvate Genoa Cnty Wrscon ID Leon G Winter Captain ee Chrcago lllmous Wrllram C Ya dley Sergeant Hunch Chicago lllmors oseph H Welker private Chicago lllmor Charles H Wuclcman Corporal Rumba Chncago lllrrars Roger M Wllllofns Corporal Q Chicago lllmol Roy L Wolter Private OV Chmcago lllrnors Marlc N Yeager Prrvate Mark Gro se Pomte Park Mnch rn Prcture ohn R Kendler Richard F Pass Gerald V Ralph Edwrn Wallman HWG f c S . I , I .I . Hjahnny,-' V "RO H . HL H, . HR H N ' ' : J. . THE SOPHOMORE CLASS lfylhen the Class ol T9-46 came back in September, they were confronted with a disappoirimert. The Rlebe regulations had been greatly modilied, and they were denied the right to make Freshmen per- lorm personal services lor them. Alter this blow to their newly acauired dig- nity, they gradually settled down to a yery successful year. Slowly the grades mounted, slowly the number ol chevrons grew, and slowly the demerit lists be- came shorter, lt took almost hall a se- mester, but by the time Christmas vacation rolled around they were Mon the beamfl The Sophomores really went out lor sports in a big way, having members ol their class representing them in eyery Field. They are eyen represented in the Emblem Club. Many sophomores were also seen at all ol the social eyents ol the Academy. They neyer lailed to turn up at the dances with the prettiest girls. FRONT ROW: Woollard, Gentleman, Olson, Bowyer, Lucas E., Timberlake, Kubina, Noonan, Johns C., Kling, Whaley, Bloch j, R., Kitch. SECOND ROW: Leonard, Stitt, Morkel, Del-laan, Garcher, Fuller, Hart, Robertson, Walton, Gillen C., Ozanne, Reade. THIRD ROW: Kaminsky, D'Ambrosio, Krumdick R., Caparros, Anderson W., Finocchiaro, Monroe, Grombacher, Price B Elliott Ellenwood DuBois,Calhoun. FOURTH Row: Cbnway, johhson C., Lamb, Hendren, Conner, Rasmussen, Boss, Macliimm, Pronger, Alhrevich, Strauz Krumdick V FIFTH ROW: Rawitch, Hays F, Hajicek, Scardon, Biederman, Perkins, Hendricks, Hoeltzel, Merritt, Brown G., Mar- zullo, Kuchar, Isbell. Q- . L L - Q Q4 FRONT ROW. Altschuler J., Grajauskis, Pontarelli, Woods, Kelm, Harper, Adams, Cox, Dritsas, Dabbert. SECOND ROW: jackson, Witous, Pompian, Milton, Barkstrom, Gallagher, Seretis, O'Brien, Zavayna, Stevenson, Kleuslcens, Lopez F., Smith Roy, Lagen, Aszman, Myers. THIRD ROW: Vaselopulos, jicha, Steiner, Cohen, Shields, Petit, Smith Ray, DeRocher, Counts, Carlisle, Rickert, Mac- Donald, Engle, Fulca, Pearse, Andreasen A. FOURTH ROW: Boyle, McKee, Giflen M., Johns A., Porter L., Little, Ruder, Lopez j., Cihalc, Kole, Steinhart, Nelson K., Kanelos, Glublca, Prielcschat. FIFTH ROW: Moss, Erzberger, Moran, Meier, Juell, Zielenslci, Grethel, Lucas W., Simios, Rouse, Loewe, Fry, Snider, Pribanich, Berlcin, Vehmeyer. SIXTH ROW: Williford, Sunny, Green, Pisle, Gardner, Ehret, Mahon, Anderson C. P., McCormick, Wheeler, Nelson D., Hurvvich, Lundquist, Crowder, Combs, Weber, SEVENTH ROW: Dyer, Fitzpatrick, Rudauslcas, Salomon, Eden, McCue, Economos, Kreger, Valentine, Aberson Nightingale, Compagniotte, Van Stone, Lyddon, Busbey, Fox. THE FRESHMAN CLASS When the Class ol T947 arrived on the campus this year, everyone hoped they vvould live up to the high standards set by previous classes. They proved their ability, and succeeding classes vvill have a big job meeting the standards set by the nevv men this year. With them they brought a lot ol Fine school spirit, and they contributed greatly to our lile at MDMA. There vvere several military promotions in the ranl4s ol the lreshmen, marlcing luture cadet ohficers perhaps. They have also done very vvell in the held ol academics, having a large percentage of their mem- bers on the exemption lists and on the honor roll. But their endeavors along this line did not prevent them lrom going lull speed in the Field ol sports, and they were also vvell represented at all the social events on the campus. The Freshmen shovved their wisdom in Academy atlairs vvhen they elected Vas- elopulos to be their representative in the Guardians. 51 WH QI U! .-Suu. fum? F , !, ,Q ffm 1 ' c fp r-fi.: , gf ARN HOW V SHARPSHOOTERS ALL AT A PARADE 3 5 O DRIL Ma or Clarence G Tyler U S A Professor of Military Science and Tactics Capt Elliot Orr ING Staff Sgt Herbert Uschold Sgt Stewart G Marlette Sgt ames Mason Bondmaster E M LITARY STA Morgan Parlc boasts a military stall second to none in tlwe mind ol time Cadet Corps This year Major lyler started olt by emplsasizing posture and precision in paraaes on Abell s Field and tlwe long marclw dovvn Michigan Avenue on Mem orial Day claim tl'atootl'1olMajorlylers objectives vvere reaclied vvitli glorious success Noroan parlc s training in lead ersliip and discipline prepares every cadet tlct leaves lwer cates 'cr tie event So tlwat all young men ol America vvant to experience lliese two qualities ol MDMA will lwelp to provide tl'ie land ot men vvlio vvill destroy our enemies and llwis is vvliy Morgan Park is so essential in Americas plan of Victory Major Tyler Sgt Uscliold Sgt Marlette, and Sgt Mason are doing a magnilicent rob in malcing tlwat goal at MDMA a tru reality . 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J t . --33" FRONT ROW Winter Whlttreld Forbes Doney Stemmler Prrgnano SECOND ROW johnson R Freund Swanson Levin Snarsku Largura THIRD ROW Gallrgan Wallman Whlttler Usedom Page DET COMMISSIONED OFFICE The oFhcers thus year were a group who were decidedly worthy ol their boots and spurs Durrng the course of the year the OFhcers held meetings for the pur pose ol malung our Corps the best Corps rn the hrstory of the Academy It was Major Tyler s ambition to accomplish thus, and with the and ol the OFtrcers he made the Corps the best the Academy has had rn a number ol years Several ol the OFhcers graduated an February, and among the new OFhcers made were some glunnors, who made a strrlmng success ol themselves and who will mal4e very good OFllcers next year The OFhcers who graduated were Dodd Forbes,lVlarschrtz Whlttler Sterba, parch man and Page The unrors who were made were Wrnter, Snarsla Gallrgan Largura Levin, and Wallman Several of those who graduated ID February re manned at the Academy until une They w re asslgned to the P M S 84 T s staFT They were Dodd, Forbes, Whlttrer, and page As a httrng tribute to those Othcers who leave lVll3lVlA rn june, the Corps ol Cadets congratulates them on a job well done, and they wrsh them the best of lucl4 unto whatever held they may go 57 . 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FRONT ROW Page Johnson R Usedom Prugnano Wmter Forbes Dodd Doney Stemmler Whntheld Whrttuer Swanson SECOND ROW Scott Sutton Lundquust Gortleman Lrlyeblade Sword Versen Thrall Behrens Freund Knnes THIRD ROW Mollet Blaur Broker Nevxns Bronson Rogers Hanson Weckel Poss MILITAR These cadets have spent lour years ID mllltary science during which time they have learned many prohtable things vvhrch when they are put to use, vvrll malce their lives and the llves ol the men under them safer The graduates that have returned to the Academy have all told the Corps that the trarnung they received at Morgan l3arl4 has been a great advantage to them rn their experrences rn the Armed Forces This years tour year men have set a hne e ample lor the cadets to lollovv The rrt t at these men have Installed as 8 Y SENIORS carried the Corps through a year ol great Improvement The cadet OHICSFS among this group lunctloned so well that It vvas a very drlhcult taslc to determsne vvhrch was to be l-'onor Company Although a tevv ol MDMA s mrlutary sensors are as yet undecided as to which branch ol Uncle Sams armed servrces they vvrll enter most ol them have already made their choice When these cadets enter unto the grum game ol vvar they also vvrll greatly apprecuate the Four years ol mnlrtary tram :ng tha they recenved at Morgan parlc r 4 A ' 1 4 5 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 3 1 - 1 1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . 1 . n . v .. . . , I . b A 1 . 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' I 1 X A A spl h h ' rf ' , C J FRONT ROW Stemmler Porter L Pompuan Francrs Kelly Aberson Dyer Gilbert Ruchard Wrtous Busbey Srmuos Adams Llsedom SECOND ROW Cox Scott Garcher Steiner Marshall Nash Curtus Wrllnams R Loewe Monroe Mrlton Captarn Orr THIRD ROW Moorej Laplante St lnlwart Torrance Wrckman Conner Brederman Scardon Isbell Anderson W FOURTH ROW Moore D Walnlgren Caparros Reade Prrcej Juell Anderson CP Watts Whrpple l-lendrrcks B A N D George Stemmler Captaln Robert Llsedom Frrst Lieutenant Don Moore Tlwe Band practucnng vvlmeneyer possible tlwrouglwout tlwe wunter was well prepared For parades vvlwen tlwey started alter sprung vacation Llnder tlwe supervrslon of Captann Orr tlwey accomplrslwed sometlwrng to b proud ol Tlwe Band be-:ng classed as a regular company was well drrlled IH close order tlwrougb tlwe leaderslnrp ol Cadet Captains Dawson Forbes and George Stemmler and l:1rstSergeant Cadet Lieutenant Robert U edom Altlwouglm tlwey drd a lot ol practrcrng vvntlw tlwerr ID struments tlmey also Found trme to drrll and to vvorl4 toward trying to marntarn tlwe trtle ol l'lonor Company wlwuclw tlwey won rn tlwe sprung ol 1943 Being tlwe only company IU tlne battaluon composed ol botlw Day and Boardlng Cadets tlwe Band lunctnoned exceedrngly well 59 5 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 ' . 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I - I , O f f . , - A COMPANY FRONT ROW Osowslo Tonney Kubuna Muller Snarslo Forbes Doney Leyln Schnller Kendruclc Opltz Smstt Stmonson SECOND ROW Whaley Robertson Petit Shrelds Zavayna Ozanne Gallagher Pontarelll Seretls Woods Smith Roy Lopez F Sarp THIRD ROW Lopezj Znellnslcl LucasW Rouse Llngas Moran Myers Fry Grethel Glllen M Fuller Cullen C Harper FOURTH ROW Berlcun Pronger Andreasson R Blalr jlcha Fox Alhrevnch Wsllamsj Barlcsdale Yeager Compagnlotte P b h fl anuc FIFTH ROW Rothst tn Campbell M rrltt Barnett Wharton Valentrne Tlernan Hoeltzel Weber Rudauslnas Sunny Moss OSS A COMPANY 1st Semester Dawson Forbes Captann Ralph Whlttler lst Lieutenant Henry Doney Qnd Lieutenant Harry Schaudt lst Sergeant Cadet Captann Henry Doney and h two able asslstants Cadet Lveutenants ohn Snarslo and erome Levin headed the well trained and hnely dlsclpllned untt ol om pany A Captain Doney attempted to get the best lrom the members at all times and always succeeded n doing o Num erous meetunas whlch were usually held er Mess l ana reau exra rn eloped the prec: lon ara loyalty l r which Qnd Semester Henry Doney Captain ohn Snarslo lst Lteutenant erome Levin Qnd Lreutenant Ralph Shlller lst Sergeant A Company as noted Captorn Dawson V Forbes and Ftrst Lleutenant Ralph Whrttler headed the com pany during the hrt semester and dad a commendable job ol organizing tFe unit Both ol these oFhcers completed their Fourth year at the end ol the unutral term and oth were honored by being selecteo o worlc 6 l taFf durtn 'net emester at MDMA 91 ' D 7 -1 1 -V1 vt 1 -1 1 1 F 1 1 4- 1 I 1 I - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ., h . 1 A-1 -1 -1 1 I 1 1 A 1, 1 V v 1 I 1 1 V 11 I 4 I A 3 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 ' -1 1 1 1 3' 9 1 1 3 A 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 B . ll ll q is H H ' . , ,I ' . 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B COMPANY FRONT ROW Rrch Skarln Magrlnl Lrlyeblade Largura Prugnano Dodd Oallugan Ross: Frank Price R Krrchman Peshke SECOND ROW Carter Kanelos Cohen Bloch R Sopkrn Blochj R O Brlen DeRocher Hart Strouse AItschulerT Dabbert Kem THIRD ROW Olson Rasmussen Berlrner Prokos Pubnn Lyddon DuBons jackson Ellenwood Hutter Lockwood Lopez E Markel Woolard FOURTH ROW Karen Nevrns Treckelo Haugen Coppin ONlalley Green lvlancuso Vaselopulos DAmbroslo Brown E Lopez I Schmntz FIFTH ROW Vehmeyer Wilkinson Ha ucek Pohlers Major Kendler Coady Pyskacek Salomon Smrth G Rawltch Hogan Freudt 'B' COMPANY lst Semester Fred Dodd Captain ohn Sterba lst Lleutenant ohn prlgnano Qnd Lreutenant Theodore Lllyeblade lst Sergeant Men In B Company sand that Its splrlt was dlrlerent lrom that ol any other com pany because ol the way It worked The men ol B Company were always work :ng wnth thenr ollvcers and non cams This rs the company that won many ol the athletic awards B Company won the Fueld Day Contest last year and entered again this year determined to retain Its leadership The boxing tournament also Fell unto nts ands 2nd Semester ohn prlgnano Captain lm Oalllgan lst Lieutenant Ray Largura Qnd Lieutenant Theodore Lllyeblade lst Sergeant Durrng the hrst semester the company was captarned by Fred Dodd who was assisted by ohn Sterba and ohn prrgnano l February Dodd and Sterba were graduated and m Gallrgan and Ray Largura were promoted Wrth this group ol olhcers combined with the hnest group ol non cams, B Company was a strong contender ln everything whlch It participated ol g A ' , 1. Q -v ,, ., ' T . A . V , ,Lg Q- 3' . - 'K . Jeff 4 'M - , - A A 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 -1 1 ' I 1 1 1 '1 1 ' -1 1 1 1 1 - -1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 , . 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 ., , 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 . H H , . .. . , ' 1 1- xr ' 1 , H nr f . . . . . . ff H , is .'., f C COMPANY FIRST ROW Kllng Kuppersmlth Behrens Gartelman Page Johnson I2 Whutheld Wallman lhrall Geocarls Hall Bronson Yardley SECOND ROW Johns A Crhak Aszman Kole Smith Ray Carlisle Counts Fulca GVOIOUSICIS Barlcs rom Drltsas Kleuslcen THIRD ROW Brlttonl: Slnocchraro C-rombacher McCormack Kamunslcy Wheeler Ehret Mahon Nelson D Meier Glublca Prellcschat Bralcer FOURTH ROW Englehar Bowyer I-larneclc Duchossols Ftzpatruclc Swlndle Hanson Gardner Lenoord Krumd1clcl2 Boyle Weclcel FIFTH ROW Clodfelter Noonan Nightingale Calhoun Flor Kreger McCue Oliver Norton Eden Hays Erzberger john son E 'C' COMPANY 1st Semester l2opertWh1theld Captain acl4 Parchman I t Lieutenant Walter page Qnd Lreutenant Glen Gartelman 'l t Sergeant o Fall l Wntn these woros Sergeant Glen Gartelman proceeded to carryour C Companysdrstlnctnon olbelng the rrft to be lrned up at AMSF lormatron Captarn Whrtleld and hrs otlncers drd a tune oo rn malcrng their company an or ganrzatron whrch could always oe coun ed on to awe a good performance at the Sun day parades as Well as out on maneuver Q Qnd Semester erome lhrall Captain Robert ohnson l tl.ueutenant lhomas Behrens Qnd l.reutenant Glen Gartelman 'lst Sergeant C and D companles were constantly oattlrng lor recognrtron as the pest day student company and through the Work ol nts othcers and non coms C Company put up a battle whrch gave them a lot ol credit An example ol the l4een competltron may be seen un he race an the Day Student Mlnstrel Show trclcet sales Both companies went out at exactly th some time , un . 4 4 2 A I 3 1 1 1 1 1 '1 1 1 1 1 1 I , , . . . 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C ..,, V . 1 4 Q B A A - - D COMPA NY FIRST ROW Lucas E Verse-n Sutton Frscher Sward Swanson Winter Findlay Lundaulst Knues Ilmberlalce johns C Pos SECOND ROW Stutt Krtch Del-laan Little Pearse Andreassenfat Nelson K McDonald Engle Stevenson Lagen THIRD ROW Ruder Nlaclfrmm Crowder Combs Lundauust Stunelc PraceB Bunn Motfet Hurwrch Walton Snlcer Genteman FOURTH ROW Rolph Krumduclt V Ku har Lafnb johnson C Pvsle l-lendren Hammerstrom Strauz VanStone Rogers Ell ot FIFTH ROW Freund Wullllord BrownG S anlon Gruoner Fconomus Lvnp ras Perkins Englund Conway Marzullo Wolters D COMPANY 1st Semester ohn Nlarschrtz Captain Robert Swan on QL ohn Freund Qna Lieutenant Robert Motlet I t Ser eam wo very hne oh cers captaunea Company thus year Durmgthelrstsem ter they were guided by the hrm hand ol C det aptarn ohn lVlar chrtz W h hrs wo a szstants CadetLleutenantsFreunda a war on he managed to lceep the joy boys oldear old D Companyccmpletelywaer control and he brought hrs ccrrpcry dlftunctuon nt deserved Ihen ID February mtiianf l t vlse Qnd Semester Leon Wlnter Captain Robert Swanson I t Lieutenant lohn Freund Qnd Lieutenant Wray Findlay lst Sergeant entered the 1-trrred Forces Hrs place was talten by Cadet Captain Leon Wlnter who became a capaole and trong leader ol lnllc men D orrpany posse es a lane group ol non comm: loved OIIICGVC a lrner group can be lound ID ro e ol the other lour com pannes All the men an the ranlcs are e n their c rrcarnv pu hung ar 63 I 2 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 5- 1 I I I I I 'I 'I I . I I 'I : 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 -1 1 F1 1 ' 1 1 - " . I f' I v ' I 'I " I I 'I I V I I I I I t. : 1 1 -1 C 1 1 1 ' 9 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' Il ll J . A , . , s . . 'lst L:- -tenant , . . s J l . . L C f-. L ' . , , , V g r 1 , , T A M f 1 - I HD" A 1 I l , . , . ML . . . 1 . , , rc- , a s C I 1 5 . It , 1 ' 5- . . . , n V I .- - , . ,- s, ' - CC W - . ,, J, 1 1 1: 0 Luz? , TT 1 - - - . , ' , ,. I LD - D Co X os :ts leader n he l1!d c ,, S . h d. by fb BL., fjsfi 'N 'Q ' QA - s i QA s I rg , is-SL, 'lo FRONT ROW Lt Morberry Slcorrn Weckel Tlwroll Dodd Prlgnono Coptoln Molton SECOND ROW MoHet Usedom l-lendren Forbes Flott Fronlc THIRD ROW Sharp Mogrlne Doney llernon Lllyeblocle Gilbert Lorguro FOURTH ROW Ross: Marshall Lrmperrs Prrcel? Copprn Corter E EMBLEM CL One ol tlwe best ond most outstondrng clubs ot MDMA rs tlwe lfmblem Club ln tlwls orgomzotron ore tlwe most rugged boys ol the Corps ln order to become o mem ber, o codet must eorn lwrs letter un one or more of the lrve mojor sports oFlered to lwrm llwen before reoclwlng lull mem berslup, eoclw codet vvlmo rs clwosen must go tlwrouglw o perrod ol pledgeslwrp llwe rnltlotlon proves vvlmetlwer or not be rs lrt lor tlwe lwonor bestowed upon lum New oFlrcers ore elected eoclm semes ter by votes ol tlwe members llwe lootboll donce, vvlwrclm olvvoys rs one ol the best donces ol tlwe yeor, rs sponsored by tlwe Emblem Club llwrouglwout tlwe yeor tbe Club members tolce vorlous traps to tlwe 66 stodrum to see sports events Meetrngs ore lweld every luesdoy nzglrt Only mem bers ore ollovved to ottend tlwese meet rngs During tlme lrrst semester Mel Bocon vvlnner ol tlle most otlrletlc Codet medol vvos presrdent Fred Dodd vvos vrce presrdent Robert Usedom vvos secretory ond treosurer ond oclc Porclmmon wos sergeont ot orms llwese ollrces vvere lweld during tlwe second semester by erry llmroll, -led Weckel, ond l.ee Slcorrn llwe founder ond sponsor ol tlwrs or Qonlzotuon rs Coptoln Molton Lt Mor berry, vvlwo vvos rnrtroted In tlwe loll wrtlw tlwe nevv members From tlwe lootboll squod, IS lus osslstont 7 t- if Vx u 46 V f A. f ff? 'X' A F ' '- 1 5 ' F is . : r . r 1 . A I F . f- i F , " Wx F 0 . .,'. . ' 1 ' w l g T H u B THE CAPTAIN FOOTBALL Because we started the season with a new coach and with nane prevuous lettermen our hopes ran hrgh lor a champronshlp team Nlowung down three con secutrve teams made the prospects even brughter At this time hve ol the lettermen were Injured or talcen Ill, one ol whom was aclc parchman captaln ol the team Wrth these accidents everyones hopes lor the long awarted champnon team Faded AI though many ol these boys drd not return to the lane up lor the remainder ol the season the team managed to wan all but nts last conference game The lrameworm ol the Warriors power and de deptnon was constructed mostly around two basic lormatnons namely the Notre Dame T and pop Warners slngle wlng Lt lVlarl3erry, who has lor many years used these two Formations duly receives credit lor developing this trategy at MDMA SMASHING THROUGH X . , . , 1 l . . - J , , . ' - 1 1 . . , I 4 ' - .. H .. ss ' 1 7 , . 1 . . . C ' ,- - . FRONT ROW Captain Mahon Dodd Gllbert Rubrn Doney Bacon l-lall Parchman Thrall Prrgnano Schaudt Lt Marberry SECOND ROW Cuhalc Gartelman Brnttaln Coppln Franlc Tonney Chrrstopherson Lumperns Economos Oputz Trernan LucasE THIRD ROW Sharp Carter Laplante Fnscher Flatt Rrch Mcl-lugh Prlcel? Rasmussen Matherly Eng Olson Marshall Rogers HEAVYWEIGHT FOOTBALL Coaches Lt Nlarberry Captaln Nlahon Most Valuable player Orville l'lall Managers ,,,.. Barlcsdale, Lucas Captain ...... aclc Parchman Carter Dodd HQ Franlc G i l bert Marshal l LETTERMEN Matherly Price, R. Prignano Rubin Schaudt Sharp Coppin Sterba liernan Ha Limperis lhra l THE SEASON MPMA 39 LEMONT 6 Abells Field October 5 The Morgon Pork Worrrors storted the seoson off with o bong by smotherung the Lemont eleven by frve touchdowns Duck price drd most of the domoge by lettrng Lemont wotch htm speed oround end for four touchdowns Bud l-loll Bull Rogers to' hed one oprece Bud olso kicked three conversuons Lemont scored rn the second ouorter on o poss ploy thus wos therr only score throughout the gome MPMA 3 ROOSEVELT O Abells Freld October 9 Smoshnng ford throuoh the whole gome neither teom could gorn ground on rts opponent This gome wos mo tly o bottle between lrnes ock Shorp ohn Prrgnono ond Sterbo were tlse boys wfo kept them on the ground o good shore of the tame Ever determrned to core the teom drove down to the twenty frve yord lane Bud l-Toll then kicked o freld gool to put the Worrlors out rn front by o score of 3 O Roosevelt then went to the our to no ovoll ogornst the strong poss defense of the Worrrors Lockport Field October 23 Riding hrgh with three vlctorres under their belts the Worrlors went to Lockport wrth hrgh hopes The Lockport teom had o lrttle drfferent slont on the ofternoon s festrvrtres About 33 O to be more exoct Lockport s vrctory con be credited to the foct thot the poss defense thot worked o beoutrfully the Soturdoy before completely fouled The our route counted for four of the frve Lockport touchdowns MPMA 7 CHICAGO VOCATIONAL 13 Abells Freld October 30 Thus gome storted ot once to be o gome of hord chorgung lane ploy The whole farst holf remorned scoreless A few threots on the ports of both teoms kept spectotors on therr toes lforly rn the second holf Bud l-loll chorged ocross the opponents goof corryrng the Vocotronol line wnth hum Bud olso converted ond the Worrrors led 7 O ln the fourth guorter our Worrrors weokened ond o thnrty fave yord run ond con version by Vocotronol tred the score Soon ofter thrs the vusrtors ogorn scored but forlehd to moke the ponnt ofter touchdown Thus the Worrrors took o second defeot on t e chrn 69 . 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LOCKPORT 33 MPMA 7 PULLMAN TECH 0 At Pullman November 6 ln a slow drrzzle and near anlcle deep mud the Morgan Parlc Warriors waded to a vrctory Soon alter the game got underway Fred Dodd plowed hrs way over rnto pay dart Then Bud l-lall was called to use has toe to the best advantage l-las conversron made the score 7 O and that IS the way It stayed The arr attaclcs were held down because of the mud The game was enjoyed although the raun dampened clothes but n t prrlts MDMA now had returned to their wmnrng ways At Delafleld Wlsconsrn November 13 Wrth only thus game between the Warriors and the conference trtle they traveled to the laur ol St ohns The boys on both teams were lceyed up for thus partucular con test The hrst quarter remamed scoreless and then rn the second hall when St ohns began to pull all the trucks they lcnew the score began to pile up The hnal score was 33 O Much credvt should be given to Lee Slcarun ohn Sterba and acl4 Sharp lor bang up job In the line THE COACHES A . t ' os". l I MPMA o . ....... sr. JOHNS MA aa ' .J . ' ' - M' , L ',J , J G 70 , ' ' if-ww-" FRO : t. leg e, rzu o, onway, Galligan, I-I n on, Peshke, Watt , Dov: , alh un, Berlrner, ihalc. ' : o nan, Rolp , S mitz, Weber, Wrlliford, Kreger, Bronson, Yardley, Jaclcson, a n. Tl-IIR 1 o ,, in, rei schct, Little, Lamb, Salomon, Br I4 r, trau S, 'Bri n, C I - , . ,.... . r- j I ., c 3 , .,,., , v 6 . . . ' 38 O . . ' 6 O . . . . . 39 1 3 . ' ' 35 O . . . . ' 6 7 ......... J ' 29 FI I ' I ' h, I S - - I . . . I I , I? V V I NTROWLSlMollC as s sCo C SECOND ROW N o h ch Wlto DROWBlchl2SopI4 Pk aeS SO e LIGHTWEIGHT FOOTBALL Andreas on I? Capto n olns A and Lu a c Managers Lt Sreale Coach MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA LEIIERMEN ott Sclmltz Bron on Wnllulorc Callsoun Watts Davns Pohlers Andreasson Kreaer Blue Island Weber Hrgh School Blue Island Vocational Hugh School Weber Hrgh School St ohn S Bloc I? Berlzner Q Bflen Yardley Whipple Galllgan Walton Lrtt e I-lays Caplan 71 FRONT ROW Lf By SECOND ROW L J p THIRD ROW St M Ir BANTAMWEIGHT FOOTBALL GriFlin Scarclon Lt Byrnes MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA 79 Ruder Mahon iclwa Ozanne Orilfin Porter Woollard K ing Captain Manager Coacli LETTERMEN Steinliart Fitzpatriclc Milton Meier Kleuskens Gluplca Kitc lVlc:Kimm Lowerscliool Pullman Bloom Bloom MPMA Lights Csecond string 13 1 . mes, Beil, Steinhart, Woollard, Griffin, Lopez l., Kling, Ruder. : ucas E., icha, Meier, Porter L., Kitch, Fitz atriclc, Mahon, Witous, Pompian. : einer, Ponrarelli, Gluloka, Ozanne, Busbey, Fulca, Ellenwood, i on, Seretis. J. , T ii I. . Q8 . O 6 . 7 0 . .... 1 4 O .... Q1 MDMA S FOUR HORSEMEN A TRIO ON THE GRIDIRON A BASKETBALL A complete nevv system ol plays vvas Introduced to tlne basketball players tlms year by tlrezr new coaclm All plays were based on tlwe fundamentals ol bloclang l'l'ns system proved very successful once tlne players cauglwt on to :ts value Lt Marberry prayed again his coaclmng abll :ty by vvrnnrng all but one ol tlme conler ence games The game vvrtlm Roosevelt Military Academy vvas lost by only tlmree pornts Srnce vve came closer to defeat Ing Roosevelt tlwan any otlwer team bad done rt really vvas a moral vrctory For tlwe Warriors pete Magrrnu sparlced tlre T944 team by being tle lnglmest point man rn tvvelve out ot xx een games vvrtlm a total of tvvo lmundred erglwteen pornts For the season Mel Bacon, captain ol tlwe team, entered tlwe Armed Forces at tlme muddle of tlwe season along vvrtlwl2alpl'1 ezuerslcr llwese men vvere tlme tallest players on tlme team, and ut vvas a great loss vvlwen tlwey lelt THE N ACTI IR . ' LIGHTS! ON F NTROWFIttGIbrWkIM SECOND ROW B kdl t HEAVYWEIG'-!T BASKETBALL Bacon Captain lVlagrlnn Hugh point lVlan Barlcsclale Grullan Managers Lt Nlarberry Coaclw Bacon 'ezuersla Knrclmman Lnmperus lVlagr1nl LLTTERMEN oss: lrernan llwra l Weclcel MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA MDMA SEASON S RECORD l3luel and l-larper 34 l-'arvard Blue lsland 43 Lemont Qrarga Clwfcaao Cnr: tlan Pullman Tech Argo St olwns Pullman leclw Lemont St olwns Qnarga Roosevelt Luflwer 75 M ,Z 4 , 5-fcgfrfk-fl W N yn A .Z 4,3 RO 1 o , i er , ec e , agrini, Rossi, Thrall, Usedom. 1 ar s a e, Limperis, Ve-rsen, Oliver, Tiernan, Kirchman, Doney, L. Marberry, I , , . . 33 . . A sl 35 ' ' ' ' . 43 . . . ' , A ' . . Q4 , . . . 40 QQ . . ' ' ' ' ' 46 . . . Q3 , Q3 , 4 , r 17 R . . 33 . ' As ' 30 31 . . . Q0 J ' ' A D Q6 A . . 40 . I 31 .... J Q8 43 . . . Q1 ' ' 45 . . , 3Q , A QQ .... vl 33 47 . . . Q7 33 . , 36 4Q .... 5Q The new system whrch had been Intro duced by Coach Lt Marberry had not been fully perfected when the Warriors met Blue lsland for the first game of the season Blue lsland fnnnshed second IU the regional tournament so, considering thus a score of 33 to 35 was excellent after only one weelc of practice By the time of the first conference game wnth Qnarga the team was nn perfect condition and we gained an easy vac tory by a score of Q3 to 'l7 The second conference game was another clean playing a bang up game for thelr last one of the season Bacon collected 'I4 of our 3'l points Pullman was able to slnl4 only ten baslcets Always a real battle are the games between St ohn s and MDMA Stay Ing up to par the game thus year was not an exceptnon Pete Magrlnu scored 'IQ polnts to the chagrin of St ohn s The rest of the team scored 'IQ more to wln by a flnal score of 3'l to Q8 Pullman Tech toolc a second try at the Warriors with worse results than they had the flrst tlme losing the game 43 to Q6 Another try by Qnarga was without success wrth the MDMA aunntet contan uously slnlcrng basltets Turtle Magrlnl and Moose Ross: were the sparlcs of the team scoring Q6 of the teams 47 points Qnarga managed to put through elght baslfets and eleven free shots George Kzrchman a junior scored al most half of the Warrlors points ID the Roosevelt Military Academy MDMA lost this game by a score of 36 to 33 but the Corps dld not feel so bad about ut because Roosevelt had prevzously won twenty straight games and they were rated hrgh among the state s teams The Warriors piled up a total of 543 points against 516 scored by their op ponents The average score for the team s 1944 season was 34 points per game BETWEEN THE HALVES 76 sweep, with Mel Bacon and jezierslci game for the basketball crown against T S A 'xv 1 E 15 Q NT Row L p E v I d os SE oND Row M h ll Sk pf THIRD Row F Y LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL CD Bnen Phgh DolntAAan Grlllln Manager Capt Mahon Coach Eden Q Brlen Vaselopulos Rasmussen Kreger LETTERMEN Noonan Scardon Ol on Lopez lf lamberlalce Rasmussen Captaln SEASON S RECORD MDMA MDMA MD M MDMA MDMA MDM MDM MDM MDM MDM MDM MDM MDM lA Blue Island l-larper l-larvard Blue lsland Lemont Qnarga Chicago Christian Dullman Tech Argo Dullman Tech Lemont Luther Bloom - Q - FRO 1 o ez ., ase opulos, Timberlake, Rasmussen, Little, Leonar , ' rien. C : a on, Ve meyer, arin, Scardon, Kreger, Olson, Eden, Ca ain Mahon. 1 inocchiaro, Noonan, Simonson, l-la s, Salomon, Jicha, Witous. l ' . . ' ' QO . . A A 30 . . . ' ' ' ' lA 'l5 . . . . . . . 13 . . Q9 . . . lA QQ . . . lA Q4 . A ' ' - . lA 34 . . lA Q8 . A . s lA 37 . . , lA QQ , . . ' lA 36 . . . ' Q5 . . . FRONTROWMFftL DclShp SECOND ROW Sh r lt BOXING TEAM Prignano Calhoun Li Siegle Prignano Slcarin Moller rant Township 1 Loyola 4 Chicago Vocational Q Grant Township 6 Morton 6 . 78 LETTERMEN Captain Nlanag r Lopez Levin Bloclc Coach MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA FRONT ROW Levln Berluner Moller Eden Przgnano Dodd Sharp Lnttle SECOND ROW Sheeran Griffin Yardley Englund Freund Gilbert Anderson W I-larper THIRD ROW Blochj I2 Rubin Schiller l-lclrneck Economos Skornn Welker Clodlelter La Plante BOXING TOURNAMENT Throughout the winter season many of the boys went over to the gym at about lour thlrty an the afternoons to enter the boxing tournament vvhnch vvos open to all cadets whether they went out lor boxing or not Early ID the sprung the hnols of thus tournament were held and o large crowd savv the events lusted below Weight Boxers Fnght 100lb 110 lb 118 lb 198 lb 135 lb 148 lb 160 lb 176lb l"leavyvveught l"larper vs O Brien Bloc I2 vs Little Lopez l vs Levun Englund vs Loclcvvood Berlrner vs Strouse lvlotfet vs Dodd Gnlbert vs Eden Doney vs Laplante Opltz vs Economos TKO KO Decrslon Declslon Decision Forfelt Declslon KO DECISION Wlnnel' O Brnen Bloc I2 I.eVln Loclcvvood Berliner Dodd den Doney Economos .1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 - -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 A 1 , . I SEATED Lllyeblade Frank Prlce P STANDING Berlnner Koren Lopezl CCMPANY BASKETBALL Agaun this year Capt Mahon organ ized a tournament among the companies The games were played on the court an the Baptist Church The tournament proved to be aunte a success from the looks ol the number ol cadets who sup ported thenr companues and the stall com petltlon that followed during the Winter The two chrel contenders lor the title were B Company and the Band B Company hnally won by defeating the Band Lnlyeblade l5r:cel2 Frank Koren Berlnner and Lopez l played on the vvnnnang B Company hve The Bands EO team was composed of Francis Marshall Laplante Stemmler Watts Whipple and l-lendren C Company was repre sented by Behrens Kuppersmlth Yardley Grmthn and Calhoun Rothstein Snarskx Sunny Fuller Myers Andreasson R Glllen Nl and Qzanne were hghtlng lor A Company D CompanysVer sen Gentleman Stltt Lucas lf Rogers and Walton lought hard lor their com pany All ol the cadets playing In the tournament were taught the prlncnples ol laur play which will help them when they play ID varsity sports I , , . : , , , 1 ' ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 A .. H ' l I I 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 1 -1 - Al ,, , , 1. H H H , 1 1 1 '1 1 H 1, .. ,. , ' 1 -1 1 1 , . , , 4. H A , , A TOMROW Th II Stt W lcl F SECOND ROW G ll g f Q p pt THIRD ROW L W h 1943 BASEBALL MPMA 2 MPMA 7 MPMA 10 MPMA O MPMA 1 MPMA 0 MPMA 14 MPMA 8 MPMA 11 Bloom Horvcrrd Pullman Thornton Luther Bloom Pullman Mormron University Hrgh School Coptoln Mohon Coach Kololut Coptoln Borlcsclole Lucos Monogers Bocon Off Fronk Ho Hobson LETTERMEN Hulse Mgr Kololut Mogrunr Sloone Surf M Skorrn Schrltz Thro l Weclcel Blozlno B1 BOT 1 ro , it, ec e, ronlc, Holl, Kolofut, Schiltz, Sloone. : o i on, Rosmussen, Hobson, Clod elter, Rogers, Mo rini, So lcin, Co . Mahon, : ucos E., Noonon, Simonson, Skorin, Bocon, Flott, Koren, els . , ........ l ' D Fl ' A ' l ll FRONT ROW Kosztalc Rubin Perlcnns Muller Jezuerslcn Levnn Pohlers Churchul SECOND ROW Prnce R Llsedom Dodd Gans Bacon Schauclt Lllyeblacle l-lendren l-lurja THIRI? ROW Largura AndersanW Lop zC Gelbert Slcarnn Walters Kublna Ellsott Ozanne arlcs :J e FOURTH ROW Woollard Snarslcn Lap z E l-lammerstrom Kuczal Prugnono Boss Smntt Kelly Rob rts Coach Mahoney Mahoney Coach Boss Barlcsdale Smart Managers price R l-llgh point Man Gans Captain LETTERMEN Bacon Usedom ezuerslu Gans Schauclt Kosztalc Gilbert Maller l3r:ceR l-lendren Lllyehlade Dodd Largura Walters SEASONS RECORD MPMA 54 Unnversnty Hugh School 60 MPMA 91 Pullman Tech 29 MPMA 28 Bloom 109 Pullman 14 MPMA 41 Marmron 7? 89 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '- 5 -1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I V 2 . . . . ' 1 '1 v '1 1 1 1 1 1 . . G . . . - 1 1 V '1 1 1 1 1 1 Q , , . I I ..,.... 1 43 IELD D A new actuvuty was orrgunated at MPMA last sprung on Monday May 3'l It was tlwe lnter Company Fleld Day on Abell s Field The mann events started at one o cloclc and lasted for Fave lnours Eaclw company entered men IH all nlne teen events llwe prelnmsnarnes for soft ball and goal hugh baslcetball were lweld an the morning B Company s men were the boys wlmo nabbed tlwe troplwy wutlm a grand total of 'l3O 56 polnts -llus troplwy IS placed ID Alumnu l-lall wutlw the wunnung company s name nnscrubed on nt A Company placed second w1tl'1 91 56 polnts, and tlme Band was tlrurd wltlm 77 points Not placing In the meet C and D Com panles toolc 54 and 59 33 points respec tive y Ribbons were gnven to tlme wlnners of Fnrst second and tlnlrd places In all events Altlmouglw no ribbons were awarded For lourtlw and Fifth places tlwe boys wlwo won tlwese earned ponnts for tlweur companles Furst place wnnners In the events were as follows Muller A Co WOO yard daslw Everet Band goal lcnclcung Skarun o slwo pu Sloan golf odd C l'1al mu e, l3eslwl4e B Co broad jump D Com pany team pole race, Band baslcetball D Company plwysrcal condutxan A Company tug of war A Company sensor relay B Company tumor relay, B Company softball Muller A Co, QQO yd dasl1,5temmler Band rope climb rn Band joustnng, Pr ce, R B o, b slwot put Kalalut, A Co stacle race, and Lockwood, Band ladder wa li 83 1 9 F A Y . . . . . I I . . ' , . 1 . . - I . I H 'I - ' ' . ' 1 1 1 l - 1 . 1 - ' HB" C ., 8 lb. t t, e, "B" A U H A ., Co., ,HD , NB" o., H ul- 'l ' 1 H -1 " i ' l H H 1 ' 1 H ,1 . . . . . ., I . H H .. i - l . H. H 1 H'H' 1 1 . ' - 1 i U 1 ' D H. H tl H' ' ' 1 1 H U l ' I . 1 ' . Qi 1 . . ' U 'A C ' A . l , - l . , ., Ob- ' l. - , ' ' ' l . ylcffvfll Q DANCE MDMA socnal lafe started off wsth an old fashioned Barn Dance called the DQGPATCH DIG The costumes, over alls and plard slcrrts gave color and galety to the whole affaar The music that was provnded gave everybody a chance to dance to slow sweet angel music or to the fast uve musac whuch was perfect for the jrtter bugging style whuch many of the cadets speclaluze rn Two house parties followed and these were attended by large numbers f couples ulce box musrc gave all the dancing pleasure the cadets cared for Refreshments were on the menu for the evening which consisted of colces and doughnuts The next event was held especrally for the sensors nn Alumnr l-lall As every one expected the Sensors had a wonder ful time and danced tlll Captain Casmler closed the party The Sensors declared that It was one of the nlcest house parties of the year Qne of the brg dances came next and was sponsored by the Emblem Club Johnny Ranlcus furnished the music for the evening which was the best that had been heard on the campus sunce school had started The Guardians were responsible for the next house party on the lust Before the dance started there was a drnner party rn the Mothers Club Room whuch was held for the Guardians only A 1ul4e box was used agaun for the muslc but wlth a wonderful selection of good dance records, everyone had a grand time Now the Qffncers had theur chance and they toolc advantage of the oppor tunrty For three days prlor to the dance all the offrcers worlced hard to get the gym nn trp top shape for Saturday nnght When the couples Started to arrive In thenr formals they marveled or the srght of the beautrful decorations Sunny Gray and has band gave out wuth sweet and swung musrc that the cadets and theur dates enjoyed tnll the dance ended 1 1 1 1 1 O I - 1 . v . i 1 1 DIARY The Mothers Club Sprung Dance held on the twenty second of Aprrl was a greatsuccess Alwaysa great event thus years dance was no exceptuon, the Mothers having worked hard to gave the Corps a good tume Durung the evenjng delncrous refreshments were served up staurs, and you can bet that everyone enjoyed them The Cadets graclously thanlc the Mothers for thus fune nlght Cn the night of the twenty seventh of May the unjors made their fjnal gesture toward thenr pals, the Senrors by enter tanning them at the unlor Senior prom, whuch was given un honor of the graduat :ng class The slte of the occaslon was Alumni l-lall Since thus was one of the Sensors last dances, the unjors made a genurne effort to malce It a super gala affanr from the happy lool4s on that they had succeeded Last and greatest of all, came the long awauted Sensor Prom whrch was held on the night before Commencement Day This dance has always been the most wonderful dance of the year, and thus year rt seemed even more wonderful Saturdays berng a very busy day for everyone djd not malce the cadets mnss a single moment of the evening s galety Now the Sensors lcnew for themselves how Seniors of past graduating classes had felt on their last nlght at MDMA They realized now that thelr boyhood days were over and that they had reached the age ofmaturlty for whjch thelrtralnjng at Morgan parlc had been preparing them ln spnte of thus rather sad note, however they all had a very marvelous tame, and the evennng was a brllluant success This occasjon concluded the years socual events on the campus o our djary of the dances ends here ln readung nt over you can malce It more complete by rememberjng the dates and the good tnmes you have had, and wjth the add: tlon of your own memories, we hope that you enjoy at just the way you enjoyed the events the faces of the Seniors, it was proved A I THE GUARDIANS The Ouorduons of Morgon Pork ore responsuble For The Spirit of Morgan pork Thus group upholds the stondord thot ore set before the Corps of Cadets All the Actuvutues thot tolqe ploce on thot compus ore under the super vnsron ot the Ouordnons, Including oil the extro curruculor octuvntues ond soclol events thot the Corps us Interested rn The members of the Ouorduons ore chosen by theur clossmotes ot the beginning of every semester Mr Druce as the odvlsor of the Ouordlons 1st semester Qnd Semester Sensors Semou Dodd Pres Throll Presudent Morschltz Xijcg F1335 Moffet Vuce President Forbes Fsscher Sec y 81 Treos Sterbo Sec Freund Prngnono Thru I DOW MOHEH Behrens Doney Freund UFIIOIS UDIOYS GOHIQOVI Golhgon Gllbefl Gilbert Lorguro Levrn Kupper math Levan Skorm h ores Sophomores 'lop om Det-icon DQHOOF' Qlson Voselopulos UK! Freshman Voselopulos FRONT ROW Doney, Fnscher, Throll, Mo!-fer, Behrens SECOND ROW Dodd, Levnn, Gulbert, Oolhgon, Skorun, Forbes THIRD ROW Strtt, Freund, Prrgnono, Olson, Voselopulos, Oenttemcn A - s . I . , ,I I J ' J ' S. 88 SEATED Scanlon Trmberlake Treckelo Moore D Gnlbert Gartelman STANDING Galllgon LneutenantW1lcOx THE RMISHER STA amesA Gallugan lll Ifdltor Rrchard Treckelo Assoclate Editor Glen CDOVTGIITICJVI Busvness Manager Lt l-loward G Walcox The SKIRIVIISI-IEP Stall has worked hard to produce this book For the Corps We hope that you luke rt We have trred to create a book that you wrll enjoy and apprecl ate our arm being to publrh a year book that rs modernrzed and e to the trod no Morgan park The emphaszs has been placed on pictures More prctures and fewer words was the goal ol Gallugan and hrs assrstants As edrtor In chuel rm Gallugan headed the statl Duck Treckelo was the asoclate edstor A busnness manager Glen Gortel man drd o marvelous job and hrs Faculty Advisor helper was Keith Whnpple Don Moore was the book editor who spent many laborious hours arrong :ng the pictures rn thss publzcatnon Bob Gulbert was responsible lor the snappy wrrte ups on all the sports actrvrtues The splendid drawrngs came from the pen of Doug Timberlake Most ol the photographs were taken by Tom Scanlon and Bob Swanson also helped along thus lane Lt Wrlcox gave hrs most able assustance n the makeup ol thus book The statl sincerely thank hum for the Tune mature advice he gave us so we could produce a new dnt ferent and better book 89 S K I F F 1 . A , , j I . . .S - - - still tru i' ns ol A I . t . 4 , i . -. - . . - . , . s 'I ' . s ' ' - T f I I l ' I - FRONT ROW Lagen Watts Captam Taylor Geocarns Gllbert Peshlce SECOND ROW Andreasson Lyddon Tnmberlalce LaPlante Stanelc Glublca Kuchar Stemmler THE ACADEMY NEWS acl4 Sword Edntor Bob Gilbert Sports Writer Doug llmberlalce COVYOODISY Capt jean l. 'laylor Faculty AdVISOF 'llwe Academy News, Morgan parlc Nlulltary Academys student tzmes during tlue sclwool year and l4ept tlwe cadets well rnlormed about tlwe events on tlwe campus One ol tlwe leature edftlons was tl'1e one wwlclw was publlslwed just before tl1e cadets lelt For ClWFlSfmGS vacation llwe Academy News lwas tlwe dustunctuon ol being a member ol tlwe Ou II and Scroll and of tlwe National Sclwolastrc press ASSOCIG ron QO oclt Sword was tlwe competent editor nn clwuel Bob Gilbert wrote tlwe sports stories, and Bull l3arl4s dale Clwuclt Callwoun, Ed Peslmlce George Laplante nm Whaley George Oeocarus, and Bradley Price were contrubutung edntors 'llwe cartoons comlng lrom tl'1e expert pen ol Doug lrmberlake were always one ol tlwe most nnterestang Features ol tlwe paper 'llae faculty advisor was Captain Taylor H ' A . -. - . i . publncatuon, appeared at varlous V y - l ' I f f f i . . D ll' . THE DEBATE TE M Resolved that the Unuted States shou d joan rn reconstututung a league ol natnons Thus was the cry ol the debaters throughout the year, It was met ID such a way that It brought prrde to the Acad emy The Debate team worl4ed out several good cases lorand against the question by Sternhart Porter L , and Meier Those opposed to the question were Qllver GGOCOFIS, and lihret At the begunnung ol the season these cadets held practuces with New Trler l-llgh School, New Trier comung here once and the Debate Team going to New Trrer the other time The club chose orhcers at the beglnnung ol the year Qlrver reagned as president wnth Geo carts as vrce president, Steunhart the records Lt Schmudt was the advisor of the group and spent much time with the cadets on their lndrvldual cases SEATED G o ans Olrver Prucej Me-ner Porter STANDING Lt Schmidt Stelnhart 91 The atfirmative case was upheld was the secretary and l4ept all SEATED Andre-asson R Johnson R Grombacher Swanson STANDING S anlon Captann Taylor Kammsky THE CAMERA CLUB The shutterbugs ol the campus got busy early this year and spent much of therr time an the darlcroom Capt Taylor taught the boys us u and helpful ands In e photographic professuon The Club sponsored an exhibit of all the shots the cadets have talcen during the year There vvas also a contest and the vvnnners received ribbons lor thenr hne vvorl4 The cadets ID the club were An reasson T2 ohnson R Grombacher Swanson Scanlon days Tuesdays Thursdays and Frudays The plans of the Camera Club were disrupted because of the shortage ol time to malce their shots and to develop and to prrnt them But the members struggled along and managed to have a very successful year ' d -, ,l ., in the basement ol East l-lall. and Kaminslty. They met on Mon- el l ' ' th ' . TH SWI Good evening ladies and gentlemen This as Georgie Stem mler and the lVluslcal lfaydets brrngrng you a few pre program muslcal melodies l-lt It Boysl lhus opened the 1944 Minstrel Show with the swung band playing a snappy sux tune program lhrs was the brggest performance lor plete wrth bow tres, shiny rnstru ments blue and White victory stands, and spotlights they pro vlded a very snappy appearance as well as a program whrch re celved applause lor each number -l-l'lS lII'19 LlD,VVl'1ICl'l VCJI'IGd dUl'll'1Q N G BAND the year due to departures lor the Armed Forces, was baslcally as follows Leader and saxophone Georgie Stemmler, S es B ll Wahlgren Bob lsbell George Lo Plante, and acl4 Stelnhart, lrump ets Ed Curtis Bob Nash and Drclc Marshall lrombones Bob Watts and ohn price Drums Ed Purdy and Bob Richard Plano Lt Bob lslsedom, and property Man ager ohn Wltous Qther engagements during the year Included house partles, dances, stunt nlght Mothers Club party chapel and mess hall pro grams, and the l.orlng School play SEATED Lt Pampel lsbell Stemmler Laplante Sternhart Richard STANDING Francus Curtls Marshall Nash Prrcej Warts Wrtous 93 . . - . ' OX - i H . ' I 1 -H 1 1 ' Q 2 I 1 1 , , i . gg I the Kaydets during the year. Com- pampel and Bob Qllver, Vocalist FRONT ROW DuBons Whaley Osowskn Lt Ouarters Strauz Blanr Bunn SECOND ROW Reade McKee Kanelos Robertson Shields Grllen C Lopez F Smith Roy THIRD ROW Lucas W Peshlce DAmbrosro Anderson W Ellenvvood Torrance Prnbannch FOURTH ROW I-lutter Prsle Frnedt Rnchard Perlcrns Rudauslcas Bos Brown E THE CAVALIERS The Cavaluers vvere seen after school running to the Academy bus to go to the stables where they spent three afternoons a vveelc Once at the stables, Capt Kleln toolc hold Then hrs able unstruc tlon tool4 effect, and by Memorial Day they were such expert horse men that they were chosen as the Governor s escort durung he Memorual Day parade The cadets ol the Cavalry are trained to jump and to play polo When the vveather us good enough 94 to rude outside the Whole troop rldes on the beautiful trails through Palos parlc When the vveather IS inclement the troop rides In the rzdlng hall and practices Forma tions Several ol the cadets have talcen such an Interest ID rldlng that they have bought theur ovvn horses Woodland Valley Stables has a reputatlon lor having very hne horses They have a Fine group ol horses whrch they are breeding to malce a Red l-lorse Troop . 1' A - A- 1- . A , 3 1 1 1 A 1 1 1 - 7 1 1 1 1 1 -1 '1 ' I '1 1 1 '1 1 1 ' . . . . , C - 1 1 1 1 1 1 '1 ' I I . BOWLERS FRONT ROW Gentleman Stltt Lt Wilcox Pompan Blochj P SECOND ROW jackson Fsnocchnaro Stanelc Woollard Wntous Kleuslcens THIRD ROW johnson R johnson C Lamb Kuchar Karen Andreasson P Englehart SWIMMERS SECOND ROW Noonan Kuchar Kamanslcy Allnrevnch Englehart Lmgas THIRD ROW Shuelds Pruce I2 Frank Lucas E Weber johnson C Lamb l l FRONT ROW: Grethel, johns A., Lt. Ogarters, Walton, Woods. I GKIEUS FRONT ROW Semlos PorterL Pomplan Dyer Richard Wutous Grethel SECOND ROW Stenner Monroe Busbey Williams R Curtls Aberson Loewe Cox THIRD ROW Stemmler Robertson Prucej Watts Caparros DeRocher Moore D Capt Orr DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS mler united the remnants of last year s Corps and unlted them antoa well organized outht Every Mon day nught they practiced and toward the end of the winter they came outslde and practsced onthe Post Walk Stemmler molded a Pune organization and when they performed at the Minstrel Show they recenved a large hand The recruuts that made thus unnt a credit to the Corps were Stem 06 mler Curtis Moore D Monroe W hams R Caparros, Slmlos, Porter l. Rompuan, Dyer, Richard Wutous Grethel,Stelner Aherson, Loewe Cox Robertson, Rruce Watts DeRocher, and Bushey Auguullettes were awarded to the members and they wore them around the campus wuth great prlde They deserved thus recog nltnon lor helr long hours of prac trce and lanthlul attendance , l , ' V UW' maj 1 I I YI 'I Y V Y I I I I I ' I I I I I 'I I I I ' : I I 'l I I I 'I ' ' Alter a late start George Stem- J, ' , ,, , A il ' ., A ' . , W . . I . ,U - . I . I I I I I A J'I , . I 1 . . . ' ' L 1 A - l CENTER Dodd Forbes FROM LEFT TO RIGHT Snarsla Wnnter Behrens Peslmke Kubrna Gnlbert Sclwuller Wellcer Vyhnttner Sword Doney Scott Lnndaunst Moorej Wnllnams R Thrall Trnberlake Levin johnson R E GRENADIE Morgan Parlc s crack drsll team again tlwus year was tlwe result ol stutl competntlon llwere were only lour Grenadrers lelt lrom last year and Well4er llwe rest ol tlme squad was composed ol all new recruits who really slwowed tlwelr preclslon nn tlwe e lwlbutnon gnven by e Grenadlers at tlwe Munstrel Slwow Fred Dodd was elected Co mander ol tlme Grenadrers ana Dawson Forbes guldon bearer llwe new memberstlns yearGllbert luams P Moore cot Doney Levin, Snarslcv Sclrnller peslwlce llwrall Belwrens olwnson l? Wunter Sword lrmberlake and l.lndau1st In practlclng tlwerr nntrucate Forma tnons and drulls un tlwe gym but tlwey were well rewarded by tlweur an gulllettes wlwuclw tlwey sported around tlwe campus wntlw tlwe prrde tlney well deserved llwe Grenaduers luaye set tradn tlons wlwuclw will lrve alter tlwem and wluclw tlwe Grenaduers ol tlwe luture wnll be proud to lollow 97 llwey were Dodd, Forbes, Wlwittier, The Gremogiers Spent much time m, . Wll' ., l, S ' . H MINSTREL SH E CADET CAPE lhe194-4 versnon of the annual CADET CAPERS FLYING HIGH was presented on the Fenger l-lxghSchoolAudltor1um on March Q5 A large crovvd braved the disagreeable weather to see the produc tnon and long before the performance started there vvas standlng room only The people who savv the show de clared that at was one of the fnnest and most entertannlng that the MDMA cadets have ever offered much favorable comment were Moon over Rumplclnvulle by the Lower School Flrght lnto the Land of Romance Masque of Glamor and Cleaning The exhnbntuon put on by the MDMA Grenadlers met vvuth a great deal of approval The Minstrel shovv vvhuch made up the last half of the show vvas a blg success f-loorayFortheNavy vvasanamuslng shut vvrth Doug Tlmberlalce and Rrchard Blederman posing as gobs and doing a clever song and dance act Emil Berlan executed a surprusnng dance dressed as U QYDSY for the Minstrel Show Ralph Whlttler vvas the unterlocutor and led Weclcel Pohlers Brll Rogers acl4 Svvard and Walter Page vvere the Gentlemen Blaclc vvho lcept the audience ID an uproarthroughoutthe performance l-lenry Doney vvas the master of ceremonies and TEUSIC vvas furnlshed by the MDMA Swnng and BEHIND THE FOOTLIGHTS C9 f I I ' 4 f . . Qutstanding numbers, which received Robert Moffet, Arthur Versen, Norman ' ' H , in it ,, , . . lf, KK 1 .. - . . . , X . 1 A X ' 1 .-Q-4 5 ZW M MS 'i X WL!!-Qtjggfi qw 1 130 N 3 in 5 ck g 1 AAA- Q! -dis?-W 1, f if Q46 !0W6'C ::gcAw! Captam Herman Mayhew Prlnclpal THE FACULTY Capt Mayhew Capt Khng Lt Zlem ha Mrs prlndle and Mrs ehnek re malned from last years faculty at the MDMA Lower School During he year Lt Schubert entered the U S avy In addztron to their classes the staff functioned as home room sponsors Capt Mayhew Enghth Grade section I Lt Zlemha Eighth Grade section II M DeTurcK Seventh Grade Lt Bruell Sixth Grade Capt McClain Fifth Grade Mrs ehnelc Fourth Grade Capt S J Kllng Lt joseph Zremba L E G Buell Capt O D McClain Mrs M jellnelc Mrs Fred Prrndle No! rn Prcture Ellwood R DeTu ck L! Schubet Secretary Sleglrved Maurer FRONT ROW Flynn Dramond Zurndorler Odenlcrrlc Wlllanson Horton Lubrn SECOND ROW Burchlxeld Halbert Mordue Dodge Fuller Leylt Brdeclca Neuman Grosscurth Mayeslce THIRD ROW Capt Mayhew Valentune Burno P Caprnegro Tew Nrshkuan Ideman Soterns Pnelet Wlweelen Lt Znemba FOURTH ROW Kalbach Kaufman Rein Perlt ns Burno P Wlner Maurer Muller Merclrent WI'1lte EIGHTH GRADE Class OIIICSYS Presld t Peter Burno Vice Pressdent George Soteras Treasurer Sergeant at Arms Class Advrsor BRDECKA JOHN A Corporal Q years at MPMA BURCHFIELD DOUGLAS Prlyate 'Iyear atMPMA BURNO PHILIPS M Sergeant 4 years at MPMA BURNO PETER H Qncl Lleut 4 years at MPMA CAPINEGRO ANTHONY N Pruvate 'I year at DIAMOND WILLARDR Corporal 'IyearatMPMA DODGE HOWARD A PFC I year at MPMA FLYNN FRANCIS E Prrvate 'I year at MPMA FULLER ALEX A Corporal 9 years at MPMA GROSSCURTI-I JIMMY C PFC Iyear at MPMA HALBERT WILLIAM R Prrvate I year at MPMA HORTON HAROLD H Corporal Q years t MPMA IDEMAN JAMES M Private 3 years at MPMA KALBACI-I WERNER P Prnvate 'I year at MPMA LEVIT MARTIN H Private Iyear at MPMA LUBIN JOSEPH M Pruyate 4 years at MPMA MAURER SIEGFRIED 'IstSergeant 3yearsafMPMA MAYESKE GEORGE W Prrvate QyearsafMPMA MERCHENT RICHARD P Sergeant Q y a MPMA Rnchard Merchent Louis Kaufman Lueutenant Zremba MILLER KENNETH F PFC I year at MPMA MORDUE HOWARD W Prnyate 'I year atMPMA NEWMAN ROGER K Corporal Qyears atMPMA NISI-IKIAN GREGORY PFC I year at MPMA PERKINS HARRY A Prrvate 'Iyear MPMA PIELET SAMUEL M Sergeatnt 4 years at MPMA RAMSAY WILLIAM F Prrycte 'I year at MPMA REIN LEWIS W Private 'Iyear MPMA SOTERAS GEORGE A Ist Lueutenant 4 years at MPMA TEW MARTIN L Corporal 3 years at MPMA VALENTINE JAMES L Corporal years MPMA WHEELEN RODNEY A PFC 9yearsatMPMA WHITE GEORGE A Prlvate I year at MPMA WILKINSON WILLIAMJ Corporal Q years t MPMA WILLIAMSON DICK D Prrvate I year at MPMA WINER ROBERT H Sergeant 4years atMPMA ZURNDORFER FRED W Prlvate 3 years at MPMA 'IOS 3 1 I- 1 1 I 1 I I 1I 1 I ' 5 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 1 I I1 1 I 1 A I 5 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 ' 1 1 A 1 1 ' 1 ' en .... , . . , . . I ' I ' , . . . I ' ' I ' , . . , MpMA ' ' ' ODENKIRK, WALTER H. PFC. I year atMPMA, I . I I I , . ' , at . I I I , . . , , . . . , I , ' . . , . , . , . . at . , . . . I I ' I , . . . . , . . a I I I I ' I , . . Q at 1 - - - , 1 ' - ' , . . . , . I . , , . , . , . . . , . . a , . . . ' I I ' I I I , . . . , X . . e rs at 1 - - - . , . . . I ,. IN A. S.. FRONT ROW Phrllnps Wolmok Sams Hunt Kneusel Pukos Summers SECOND ROW Wemberg Yondelc Vndler Seudner Lt DeTurck Dolphrn Rhoods Trmer THIRD ROW Englehordt Soderlmd Eorhorr Hmrrch Bohm Hobbs Carlson NXTH GRADE 1 SEVENTH GRADE ONTROWEIHFDQIHOJSF lacy e OND ROWL BJI CGI ml Mod Z: I v I I I I v I I I ' I I Q I I F I I ' I I I ' 1 I I I I I I ' A I - - 9 FR fw I , fe , X' os, raw, Brom Lexmsorw, H D hr d, .'.Iwn Y' SEC ,f rr QI UQ DQJI, DGIOIVQ Bm ' Il, New Horm ' C' T HI I ss 4 Q sorw Irma-S S11fIwI? f3'3.-mode Erv If' MAXFQ, RDROWQQPHCINI 1 FIFTH GRADE FRONT ROW Moran Bauer Weber Dorczek SECOND ROW Zwart Fox Holm Beutel Abessj Stewart THIRD ROW Capt McClain FRONT ROW Efnanuelson Abess D Peterson Svveenev Krnznecky SECOND ROW Mat Hell Hample Babe Mrs je'rnek Glasser Bennett Junkunc FOURTH GRADE 10 , .x , at ff 1 , - ,r r. O 3 . 1 Q 7 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 -1 5 1 -1 ' 1 1 - 3 C 1 1 'J ' ' 1 1 1 FRONT ROW: Wolnialc White, Capinegro Soteris Nishlcian Bohm Maurer, Full, . SECOND ROW: M-.ch,nt Mille., Rein Perkins Winer Kaufman Smith, Pielet. THIRD ROW: Lt, Ziemba, Horton Neuman Ryan Hunt Burchfield Vvillcinson Frank Wheelen Diamond. HEAVY WEIGHT FOOTBALL LIGHT WEIGHT FOOTBALL FRONT ROW Triner Yandelc Paul Nelson Maxey Grosscurth Rhoads Brolin SECOND ROW Engle Busch Pulcas Brdeclca Carlson Kneusel Blanchard DeToIve THIRD ROW Voss Gordon Neri Dolphin Binnall Flynn Vidler Weinberg Cecrle 1 1 1 1 1 er :sr Q r 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 ' I 1 SEASON S RECORD Lower School O St Caietan Lower School I3 unior Military Acad Lower School Q7 Harvard School Lower School Q6 unior Military Acad Lower School 34 St Barnabas Lower School 'I4 St Caietan This year Lower School Finished their most successful season The red shirted Warriors, under the leadership of Cap tain Soteris, and the powerhouse driving ol Fullbaclc perlcins, went through the schedule undefeated in six games As a reward, Capt Soteris accepted a beauti lul trophy from the Fathers Club on be hall ol the team, at the annual Football Dinner in Alumni Hall HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL LOWER SCHOOL FRONT ROW: Soteris, Wilkinson, Lt. Ziembo, Neuman, Wolniolc. SECOITND ROW: Copinegro, Merchent, Perkins, Bohm, Nishkion, Horton W eelen. FRONT ROW Nelson Carlson B Brdeclco Lt Bruell Grosscurtln Tew SECOND ROW Ycndelc Dromond Fuller Wlmlte I-lunt Dolplwln HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL WILLIAMS MILITARY ACAD HARVARD SCHOOL JUNIOR MILITARY ACAD WILLIAMS MILITARY ACAD SUTHERLAND SCHOOL ESMOND SCHOOL HARVARD SCHOOL CLISSOLD SCHOOL IUNIOR MILITARY ACAD ESMOND SCHOOL HARVARD SCHOOL WILLIAMS MILITARY ACAD CLISSOLD SCHOOL BARNARD SCHOOL FORT DEARBORN SCHOOL WON 8 LOST 7 LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL HARVARD JUNIOR MILITARY ACAD WILLIAMS MILITARY ACAD BARNARD JUNIOR TIGERS ESMOND BARNARD APACHES IUNIOR MILITARY ACAD ESMOND CLISSOLD BARNARD APACHES BARNARD JR TIGERS DEARBORN INTERMURAL ALL STARS CLISSOLD IUNIOR ALL STARS HARVARD WON LOST 3 I I , . .,..3O .. ., .,.. I .s.. . .... ,Q .,,...,.,.. ,..,....,.... , .. ,, LOWER SCHOOL, .,.,. ..... ...... . . .15 WILLIAMS MILITARY ACAD, . . .. J... ,,,.., . .I .,.. V10 , ....,, ,.. .,.,.,.,..34 . ..s,.... 36 ,,.....,,,...,. .,.,. .... 47 , ..,....... . M29 ...ao ..,.59 I ..l,.....,... .,...,. .... Q 9 . ....,.,..,,,..,..,.. , ...,,...,....I,.,...,, ..,, 3 8 .......,......,.,.,,....,......, . . , ...,,.......,.,.,.....,.... Q4 ....,.......,., .,......,,. . .. 14 O THE STAFF Non Commlsslonecl OFFICERS STAFF FRONT ROW Capt Mayhew 'Ist Lt Soterus Qnd Lt Burno Capt Klnng SECOND ROW Sgr Yandelc Sgr Phoads 'Ist SQ Maurer O M Sgt Pnelet Sgt l-lunr NON COMMISSIONFD OFFICERS SECOND ROW Fox Rhoods Hor on Fuller Wulkunson Diamond Dolphin Trrner THIRD ROW Tew Merclnenr Capt Kluna Wrner Soderllnd Kaufman Carlson FRONT ROW1 Neuman, Decina, Brdeclma, Burno, Valentnne, Pulcas, Wolnrak. 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 BOXING SOUAD FRONT ROW Sweeney Yandek Trnner Dolphnn Krrznecky Peterson SECOND ROW Lt Bruell Horton Neuman Wolnlak Valentrne Mayeske Burchfleld Odenklrlc THIRQ REW Nerr White Kaufman Maurer Burno P Earhart Busch Lt :em a RIFLE SQUAD Odenkurk Blanchard DeTolve Gordon SECOND ROW Phrlups Valentme Nushknan Wolnnalc Declna Kaufman Englehardt Smvth R Orosscurth Brownaale THIRD ROW Burchfueld Hunt James Hobbs Moller Wmer Perkms Soderlund Busch Earhart Zurndorfer BOXERS RIFLE TEAM 5 1 1 F 1 - 1 I F 1 A ' A 5 ' I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I . '. A 7 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 ' FRONT ROW: Diamond, Triner, Yandek, Zurndorfer, Brolin, Wheelen, Frank, - I , 1 I .I . . . , . 5 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 'I I .- ' b ' I 1 5 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - THE CLARION STAFF FRONT ROW VVmeberg Seldner Dukes Lev: Diamond Busch STANDING Lt Bruell Vculemme I-Iorton Kaufman Maurer Yondek Lt Zlembo GUILETTE WINN TT ONT ROW M31 R w P I9 as IS Vderwrme Crosscuvh Pre Dodoe OND ROW If s I-Io ow ods De exe e Go dm T 1 Q A I If R S 1 , FR Iver, ry 9 P, emrns Merchant, uk S969-r . ' ' I SEC T 'eu QI, Frank rt .' rwrtveru Oderw-If-f, Pro , T " Ycfrd If, V S T ,V YI 9' "- X? FIRJT PLATOON SECOND P ATOON T-HRD PLATOON I 1 'J THERS CL C LYNN SCOTT ARTHUR G VERSEN ERAINI' IN T GRIFFIN ROBERT H TIMBERLAKE MEMBERS OE T DR CHARLES M HACON Pny rcran PAULE BEI-IRENS Wm A R ed 81 Co NILLIAM P BRAKER R H BURNO ROGER W BRONSON E B Bronson Co BENJAMIN H BUNN B H Bunn CO C A BEUTEI. Southeast NatuonaI Bank CLARENCE G CARLSON Chicago Curtann Stretcher Co HARRY A CARLSON Lawyer G G CROWDER Peabody Coal Co E J EH ET Earvel Corp FRED W FLOTT New York Central R R WILLIAM EUKA Euka Men s Wear JAMES A GALLIGAN Manufocturrng Agent THOR M GARDNER W A Sheahfer Pen Co CHARLES GARTELMAN Pullman Co FRANK K HAYS Lake Shore Trust 81 Sayrngs Bank DR ARTHURJ HANSON Physrcran LOUIS I'I I-IAIVIIVIERSTRCDIVI Cont IIIrnors Bank 81 Trust Co I4 OFFICERS FOARD OE President Vrce Presrdent Secretary T easurer COVERNORE 'J 4 1945 EDVJARD KUPRERSIVIITI-I Chlcaao Brudae A Iron V o RTI I CrrmrnaI Court BIda I MACDONAID Northern Trust Co WALTER C EDEN BERNARD O BRIEN Crty of Chrcaqo Pub rc Morlf L J PARCHMAN Swift 84 Co JOHN D PORTER Federal Truck Co OWEN N PRICE Attorney at Law DR EARLEJ W PRONGER Phys cron ANTHONYJ ROGERS Agar Packrng 84 Proynsaon DAVID L SUTTON Sutton 81 Peterson CECIL W SWARD G 84 W Electrrcol SpecroIry Co LEMOINE D STITT Starkweather 84 Sheoley STANLEY L SHETLER Zurrch Insurance JOHNE STEINHART Sternhart Constructron Co ARTHUR J THRALL HaI'Iner Thrall Car Co LESLIE J VAN STONE Shewvrn Wrllroms GEORGE B WHITFIELD Ouoker Oats Co LEONARD VV V' OLNIAV Motrcran D F A U B A ,C ,J Q, 1 A , VJ 5 E , kr S7 M rIf5 I A ' Arm II nrr E. J, Q E. Q, re A ' 'mf Bell Telephone co. rmU,,,nCe'B,Oke, . , ' , ' k I I A' KS ' ' E " Co. . . ra v SEATED Tnmberlalce Strtt Versen Scott Captarn Mayhew Thrall Major Roy O Brlen Ehret Llttle Mnlton Kuppersmnth Sward I-lays Flott and Gartelman MPMA FATHERS CL The object or the Fathers Club IS to cooperate wnth the Faculty and Trustees ol the Morgan park Mrlrtary Academy In promoting and hnancung the athletic and other extra curricular actnvltles ol the school It IS also the arm of the Club to help the school to develop character good sportsmanship, and school loyalty among the cadets All fathers or guardians ol cadets ol Morgan l3arlc Mnlntary Academy are members of the Fathers Club The Income ol the organization rs derived from contrrbutlons from members and lrom prohts of actlvltnes sponsored by the group and from prohts ol the games held on Abells Field The following projects have been sponsored ABELLS FIELD AND ITS IMPROVEMENTS MISCELLANEOUS PROJECTS NEW FENCE BOXING RING EOUIPMENT DRAINAGE SYSTEM BULLET TRAPS NEW BLEACI-IERS FOOTBALL EOUIPMENT SPRINKLING SYSTEM ELECTRIC SCOREBOARD TRACK AND JUMPING PITS CAMERA CLUB EOUIPMENT PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM PRESS CAMERA STEEL FLAG POLE BAND EOUIPMENT FATI-IERS CLUB MEDALS GAME ROOM EOUIPMENT RIFLE TEAM EOUIPMENT EOUIPMENT FOR SKIRMISI-IER OFFICE 'I15 3 STANDING: Steinhalrt, Eden., Bunn, MacDonald, Crowder, Fulca, Nightingale, Rogers, Gardner, l U B - I 7 . . COMPLIMENTS WQLNIAJS JJUNEMIL. HQIM5 IIN X I YARDLEY BOX COMPANY I II IX I 1447 Char1ottesv111e Woolen M111s CHARLOTTESVILLE VA mui c Ill NIxX XID N XIJI N X NXXX J DNN J " X N I CADET GRAY II XI0lg,III 1 116 I I I , I . I I I I f OF I I I 1 , f N A il I i I , 411015, Volvo!! A ' '. 525 X .MI Tmh SHUI E C'IIII'.-VIII, II, . .YPIS X I VHHVAWU 20' ILL Vvms I I Q I I':i4'HyMIlk mm Plm 11-: S11-w:11't L I ' I I I A . 1 BI: '11 'tl '-rs of I IIIIIII-IIIIAIDIQ I'XII"UIIKI C'I,0'I'IIS IX .' ' I .-Xf ILXIIIQ I3I,I'I'I I .'II,f if Iful' .IXIIKI ', ' I .XXI H'I'III-Ili I'XIIfUlUI I,I'III'l .'I'f.' ANI 'I'III'1 I,.'XlIlIlfS'I' I S,'lJII'IIKII'IN'I' XXI IIICST Qlf-XI.I'l'Y IISMI :lI14I SIl4'I'IfII'1I Inj' II11' I.1-:lling Nlil' :1l'ySr'I14mlNi11Ihr-I'11iIwISI:m-N I'I'1'svl'iIn-nl 2lIl1I IX:-Il Imy IIl1'c12llIl'IFHI. . 'fx Park KIiI'I:u'y .'x1'Il1I1'IlIf' NEWPQFVT EMUSUC QQEMIIPANY 460 West Ch1Cag0 Avenue ChlCagO Il11no1s Mohawk 3710 AUTOMATIC PHONOGRAPHS X N JCXNIK N 7 IiI'I."l'.XI,f Ifuli ALI, I Q' I PNC 0 0 0 A SUPERIOR SERVICE IN THE DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF PRINTED ADVERTISING K N I E S LUBRITORIUM Hzxm KNIE9 Prop Washlng Greaslng T1res Tubes Accessorxes 10056 58 So Westem Ave KISKADDON REALTY COMPANY 21 Years Dealmg m Morgan Park and Beverly Propertnes Real Estate Sales Loans and Speclallzmg ln FIRE WINDSTORM AND AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE A W WOODS ACADEMY PHYSICIAN 10970 Prospect Ave BEV 4413 ROSELAND BUICK SALE AND SERVICE New and Used Cars 10432 So Mxchlgan Ave Ch1cago Ill Pullman 1900 YOUNG TUCH are Equnpped with a Complete Lme of All Repaxrs 118 . - . , i l Beverly 7580 11074 Hale Ave. Beverly 4400 DR. . . 0 0 ' , , H. E. F. T. We . . . Everybody Llkes Candy WESLEY A SMITH Wholesale Confect1on Fountain Supplles Phone Blue Island 30 2121 W GROVE BLUE ISLAND ILL Umfarms For the ottncers at the Umted States Army ID stock ar made to measure Equipment For Cadet QHICGVS and Cavalrers BAILEY S INC Complete Mnlrtary Outfutters 25 W VAN BUREN ST CHICAGO Webster 2172 BIRMOSE 84 SONS CUSTOM BUILT LIVING ROOM FURNITURE AND REUPHOLSTERING 11345 So M1ch1gan Ave Pullman 3600 UFS Telephone State 8527 8528 EINGIEUB IFMIBS 17 N State St 160 Stcun Blfl CHIC Aft! II I INOIN 9 I3I'I'I"I'I'lII I"I'IiNI'I'I'liI'I SINCE 1914 O ' F U S 1 " s , 51. DE 0 ICE CREAM Served Exclusively MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY THE KIND OF CLOTHES YOUNG FELLOWS LIKE RAYMOND LEVIN E THE CALUMET EXPERT CLEANERS 8: DYERS COMMODORE 1242 1243 1244 WORK DONE ON GOODS CALLED FOR SHORT NOTICE AND DELIVERED BRANCH OFFICE MAIN OFFICE AND PLANT 43 S M h Q0 at 1 2506 E. 75 St. 110 . ic igan Ave. Saginaw 3727 Plant Ch1C3gO Helghts Ill HAFFNER THRALL CAR CO RAILWAY EQUIPMENT 140 S Dearborn Street I O O : ' ' , . l - I X I lH1x1.l, lv. XX',I'.IIwr-x1.w.X1 ln I I I LOW COST HOMES O Connor Realty Corporatlon 10659 So Western Ave Phone Be erly 4481 CHICAGO ILLINOIS A C A C I A EVERGREEN FLORISTS Upholstermg Refinxshlng Ch1cago's Most Beautrful Cabmet Work Repalrmg Flower and Glft Shop 1596 Xlcmterex 'XXCIIUC DELIVERIES EVERYWHERE 9340 So Western Ave All Phones BEV 6680 Pham CONIPI INIP NTS 76mm 0 EMM SURPLUS RECO 199 , n V - - - - Iss-I-. mm f'lfD.-XHf'RI'IS'Ii 3580 ' OIF I Plll IRI vs of m 111 31 CA LEY BRO Authorlzed Dealers 1094 50 xllflllglll Xu IUNII XX THERS U Chu rm I07 lH11e he THE H COMPLIMENTS OF A L E P H A Prescr1pt1on RMACY Druggxsts ?-f'+"""""'Q are COMPLIMENTS Thml: of what they doing over there' Then do your part over herel WM H SHEFFNER Jeweler and Watchmaker RE by assess, N I CH U LS 2 jhmc 84 1930 Monterey Ave osvl 067 W 1971 w mm ST Beverly 11 TENI NGA 8a CO BEVERLY PRODUCE Real Estate Management Loans THE BEST Insurance FOR 10833 Mxchxgan Ave 11 SERVICE 050 Western Ave CHICAGO 1 1000 :'L -fy - " .72 . J ' F ' K n, 4 Ai A I r 72 T-S ' 'ug II. .I. I-'rsmix-LH. PI1. D. .I. VV!-Lis, R.Ph. 0 1 A Vluimlwv Phone Bev. 0257 ' H 0 'fvmv or ' I CO. ' ' .Xl,l"liElJ .l. 'rl-INIXHX Pullmnr F COMPLIMENTS OI-' I CROYDEN CHINA CO. COUSINS JEWELRY CO 11147 M1Ch1g3H Avenue ,be Buy Where Flowers Grow CHICAGO ILLINOIS G R I E S 600 West on 111th St at Wallace Tel Co odore 0187 0188 MOORE S CORNER JUST A GOOD PLACE TO EAT 147th and Clcero M1dIOthlaH, I111no1s FRANK RASMUSSEN WATCHES DIAMONDS SILVERWARE AND JEWELRY 20 E Madxson II II II II IIII Central 5571 72 CHICAGO ILL THE HOFFMAN HARDWARE PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE Ph s BEV ly 0490 0491 CHICAGQ ILL Agents for SHERWIN WILLIAMS PAINTS 'IQ4 . III I C II , Y . mm - 7 1 Y one 1 er - . ' 1906.08 Monterey Avenue fl I "II-II' 4-ywnx' I Ig, ' ' I ' ' PARTINGTON Sn NEWHALL INC 11049 51 Hale Ave Bev 4238 9 PRECISION DRUGGISTS Slnce 1906 DOTY FUNERAL HOME Estabhshed 1902 One Locatlon Two Complete Chapels 214 216 E 115th St Pullman 0119 ee and be Convmced O P I T Z BESTAUMINT 334 W 60th St Our Lunch and Evenmg Meals Served Every Day Dmners Every Sunday 1 00 P M The Home of Good Food For Partlcular People COMPLIMENTS OF THE HOME STORE 118th and M1Ch1gaH Ave Roseland DEPEND ON OUR REPUTATION FOR GOOD CLOTHES THE GOLDEN EAGLE NAT PITZELE 11338 Mxchl an Aven.1e H B U N N MANUFACTURERS OF THE BUNN PACKAGE TYING MACHINES 7605 Vmcennes Ave Phone Stewart 4211 79 O S . - t :O F J . . . Chicken Try O I 0 . .g y B . . C O . WICKMAN TRAFFIC SERVICE 1 S 1 We Have Served Shlppers Recexvers of Produce S1nce 1921 2111 KRUMDICK CH, SON 0 DELUXE AUTOMOBILE PAINTERS Expert Body and Fender Repalrmg Wrecked Cars Rebullt 7911 Vmcennes Ave CHICAGO BEVERLY S FAVORITE MEN S SHOP DOBBS HATS BEVERLY MEN S SHOP PII We Close A11 Day On Wednesday Sl X1 'XIXIJI IO Il 1111 1 1718 W 95th St JOHNSON S DRUGS 'I835 West 103111 Street PRESCRIPTIONS COSMETICS PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES B I 0702 e y Buy Wo Bonds 81 Stamps Op Th day dStrdyE 196 211' W:1tv'ST. ' d ' . Y I O a VV. If. 'Q IDA O C'l'."'0, . . -I C' . THICS We K':11'11y 11 IQOIIIIJIPU' Stfwk nf M4- 's Fu' 'sl ings O CV l' Y en on UYS an a ll 3 Velling WW SWA J Nt 0 0 o Ul4'I"If'I.XI. PHUTCHQ RA PII Ifll FUR NIHINLXN IXXIZK BIII,I'l'.WXRY AXIIXIJICNIX 0 0 0 Iii! Smwu Nllvlrluxx .XXICNVIC SI: -NT-HU ROCKW ELL ENGINEERING CO. 5 'T E E 1. WELDING FORGING MACHINING TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS SPECIALIZING IN SHIPBUILDING HARDWARE For ihe Unzied Siaies Vavy DESTROYER ESCORT LANDING SHIP TANK LANDING SHIP MEDIUM Boom Flttmgs Cleats Clevlses Davlt Leader Blocks Deck Lashmgs Eye Bolts Guard Rall Stanchlons Pehcan Hooks Plpe Hangers Turn Buckle Assembhes Hose Supports Mam Engme Hold Down Bolts Staple 76 Su IM I I COMPLIMENTS OF B LEONARD COMPANY INC MPMA MOTHERS CLUB Cffice 10311 So Hoyue Ave Bev 7011 X X Chlcago Ill ICS Beverly 8570 BEVERLY BOOT SHOP 'U' N Speclallzmg 1n Orthopedlc Flttmg 1648 W 05th St CHICAGO Q Y Y I S IHIL .' . v'Sll'l'll Aw-. Vlll 'A QU C. . , . I . A . ' . MHS. if YY. S Y. RID , I l,l'4'Sllll'llI AIRS. lf. KI'l'I'lf UXIITII Yin--I'1'l-siwlc-Int MHS. l,. ll. II.XNIXll'1liS'I'IlllXI lim-1: 51'1'l'l'I:ll'j' MHS. .l. ll. lil'l'l'll Cnr. 51-4'l't'l:lI'j' MHS, .l. Y.. IN.' ' ' ' ' 'l1I'1'IlXllI'1'I' I . U O . . I. SII.Xlil'IHlb 3 PAUL FELTMAN S GRILL LUNCHEONS DINNERS SANDWICHES Be rlv 4361 10459 So th Wes er A en e GOOD LIGHTING MAKEC STUDYING MORE I PRODUCTIVE GEORGE STANKOW an SON ESE, D SMG pg Manufacturing Fufflef BEVERLY ELECTRIC SHOP 2341 W 95th St 7 LAMPS APPLIANCES FIXTURES CONTRACTING IZEPAIRING CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE BEVERLY CLEANERS THE ACADEMY DRUG AND TAILORS 9007 Walden Park ay 11101 SO Western Phone Be erly 1888 CED 9420 RUGS CLEANED KADEN DEPARTMENT STORE l I-I7 4f NI I I 3 A CONVENIENT PLACE TO SHOP 199 v O O ve V u : n v u O - um PIAIMI-1x'l's OI' I.E,S- Ie Fluorescent Desk cmd u e m Pin-Up , D Lomps I-UVUD5 INET W. lII3lmS'1'. Iirzwzrcm 7.3101 . Bev. 701 O O CO. W . V . O I 1.- 3, ON'1'1-:R:3Xw:. B1-LY. 0531-0535 COXIPLIMENTS f The Borden Company CHICAGO MILK DIVISION MASSACHUSETTS BONDING 85 INSURANCE COMPANY ACCIDENT HEALTH HOSPITAL INSURANCE 7 South Dearbor St State 7893 E B BRONSON 81 CO AUTOMOBILES Chrysler Plymouth Sales and Servlce 12842 Western Avenue Blue Island Ill1no1s All Phones Wentworth 5711 E. C. REICK PAINT C0. Pamts, Orls, Glass and Wallpaper 5804 10 State St Chlcago 42. LYNN SC'U'l'T. Blok. n . I O O 0 0 0 , . . I O I WMC 12131. HUNT CHICAGO'S BUSIEST FLORIST Be e ly 6808 O9 8947 S Weste A e IF IT S PRINTABLE CALL TOM COLLINS Beverly 5751 T E COLLINS PRINTING COMPANY OLDEST PRINTERS IN BEVERLY DISTRICT 1922 Monterey Ave Ch1Cag0 43 BEVERLY DAIRY STORE GROCERIES DELICATESSEN We Make Our Own Ice Cream 9822 So Westem Cedarcrest 3255 CHICAGO Phone CED 0745 Est 1020 HUF F RADIO If We Cant F1x It Throw It Away AUTO AND HOME RADIO SERVICE 11107 S Western Chicago Ill UPHOLSTERING REFINISHING DRAPERIES DERK SMITH 8L SON INTERIORS 1861 W 95m Sf Cedarcrest 3255 CHICAGO Phone Beverly 3366 FERRA S VALET SHOP QUALITY CLEANING at PRESSING We Clean and Repaxr From Hats to Shoes Shoes Rebullt Hats Renewed 139 I I L ,f a L N - I J' f I O I O V I - ' . H1 V , l 7 ' Y, OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 12 . I ITGZS W. 95 Sm-1-1 BEV. 5207 GENERAL LINE If No Answer Phone BEV. 0338 AMERICAN HOME ANTIQUES 0115 So. Western We Buy Old Furniture, Old Odd Desks, Old Glass, and Old Buttons I Complete Insurance Service Wlth Intelhgent Cooperat1on STARKWEATHER SHEPLEY Inc Establlshed 1871 A 1255 Insurance Exchange Tel Wabash 1022 CHICAGO NEW YORK PROVIDENCE I I IX NX 1 ,Xl.l1'l'f lIl'I,I,I-l'1' Nll-l'l'Z WRX ,TIQH H. NIIQTZ , 0 I.. IJ, 5'l'I'I"1', Prvs. ll.XY.ISlsrI1nr'lf.S1-'y. - G ' VI-llJ. 713543 I3 If Y If li I. Y X' Htl I' Ii IJ Ii If S S S IE H I' Sim- El-14. Msn II:1It'Sizf1s Hill-ZV12 Arias. lf, IIHI... 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UPPER SCHOOL DIRECTORY Aberson John F Sunnysude 3347 Adams Bernard E 36463 Alfurevnch JohnS South Chlcago 0079 Altshuler John H Altshuler Thomas L Anderson C Parker Cedarcrest 0159 Anderson Walter M Beverly 9698 Andreassen Allen M Vincennes 8939 Andreasson Rudolph W 538R1 Aszman James E Cedarcrest 6038 Barksdale P Wrlllam Hyde Park 7957 Barkstrom ElmerJ Beverly 7714 Barnett Robert Hogarth 5694 Behrens Thomas R Beverly 7654 Bell Harry H Jr Pullman 9090 Berkln Em l J Canal 9097 Berliner Rzchard L Blederman RlchardJ Cedarcrest 3476 Blair RobertJ Bloch Edward E Jr 5 1697 Bloch Robert A 5 1697 Boss Robert H W S 6503 Bowyer Robert E Cedarcrest 7979 Boyle Samuel E Cedarcrest 4395 Broker Wrlluam P J Beverly 7033 Brrtton Frank R Radcliffe 5963 Bronson RogerW Cedarcrest 4185 Brown Eugene D Jackson 9357 Brown Gordon Beverly 6964 Bunn Rrchard B Beverly 3853 Busbey Charles W Beverly 3116 Calhoun Charles A Aberdeen 4509 Campbell Wyatt T 1931 1397 Hollywood 513 97th Street South Bend Ind 10447 Avenue G Casllla 1068 LaPaz Bolrva S A Casrlla 1068 LaPaz Bollva S A 9954 W 107th Street 1736 W 107th Street 11401 S Bell 98497 Beach Hall Road Box 98 Franklm Michigan 9117 S Laflm 5114 Harper 10938 Bell 9915 Oakman Blvd Detrolt Mlchlgan 9896 S Bell 11956 Parnell 1793 S Ashland 1119 Troost 11406 S Oakley 1303 Maple Evanston lll 1010 W Mrshawalca Mrshawaka lnd 1010 W Mlshawaka Mlshavvaka lnd 4819 Grand Western Springs lll 9813 S Winchester 9193 S Laflln 9019 S Loomis 8954 Aberdeen 9194 W 103rd Street 305 E Wrnthorpe Road Kansas Cnty Mo 9519 W 110th Street 9936 S Wrnchester 9144 S Hoyne 7336 S Stewart 1193 Fulton Rapud Cnty S Dakota Caparros Ronald 1756 W Carlisle Ray C Cedarcrest 3096 Carlson Allan Cedarcrest 0734 Carter Frederlclc Wm Clhak Edward Cedarcrest 8313 Coady John M 3151 Cohen EdwardJ Humboldt 7836 Combs Earle M Ill Beverly 8838 Compagmotte Charles Mann 4894 Conner James M 44 Conway Steven J Beverly 9800 Coppin Charles C Counts BlllyC Cox Gordon E Beverly 4498 Crowder Charles F Cedarcrest 1616 Curtis Edward C Mann 646 Dabbert Richard S Stewart 3757 Ravenswood 9039 Davis George R DeHaan Donald E Triangle 7584 DeRocher Donald R Dodd Fred L Merrrmac 9963 Doney Henry E Longbeach 1400 Drrtsas Gregory C Pullman 9940 DuBors Marvnn A Highland 651 Duchossous Albert C Beverly 5097 Dyer Franklm J Farrfax 7100 Economos Gus J Hemlock 1069 Eden Wayne W Stewart 7786 Ehret John B Cedarcrest 0884 Ellenwood Robert O 3 1994 Elllott Kenneth C Beverly 7784 Englehart Gordon S Beverly 5996 Engle Davrd C Beverly 9317 4935 Barung East Chzcago lnd 10549 S Bell 1949 W 101st Place P O BOX 3019 Honolulu Hawan 9907 W 107th Street Mmooka lll 1593 Wacker Park 9948 S Seeley 1014 Broadway Rockford Ill 154 S Mann Street Covsngton Tenn 9800 Longwood Drrve 144 Chenaull Road Covrngton Ky 11117 Longwood Drnve 11311 Lothaur 9136 S Damen 769 S Greenwood Kankakee Ill 3951 W 63rd Streel 9646 Burr Oak B e lsl nd lll 546 E 88th Street 9318 W Argyle 1730 Merrlmac 5940 Sheridan Road 11960 St Lawrence PO Box 137 Hrghland lndrana 10158 S Leavutt 6794 Stoney Island 7034 S Arteslan 7719 S Loomus 10045 S Hoyne 963 N McKmley Battle Creek Mlchrgan 1796W 100th Street 1633 W 105th Place 10946 S Bell 135 1 I f - 4 - , . . . . l . , I I , . .... 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Englund Walter L Beverly 0301 Erzberger Jay C Beverly 0444 Fmdlay W ay A Cedarcrest 6145 Fmocchnaro PeterJ Cedarcrest 6833 Fuscher Harry A Cedarcrest 0089 Fltzpatruck Karlon Stewart 9980 Flatt Fleming W Beverly 4959 Forbes Dawson V B 1064 Fox RobertJ Dorchet r 9897 Francis Wllllam A Wentworth 9903 Frank Jack S Midway 6346 Freund John R Beverly 1961 Freldt Theodore K Lennox 6394 Fry Dwann D Fuka Robert K Beverly 7707 Fuller Doualas G Woodley 8495 Gallagher Duke Superior 7900 Q J Mndway 3313 Garcher Thomas W BI 3 87 Gardner Russell R Cedorcrest 9913 Gartelman GlenA Pullman 9074 Gentleman GregorJ Beverly 0157 Geocarvs George F Beverly 8861 Gnlbert John R Lombard 997 Gnllen Mark F Vermont 5 5045 Glubka RobertD Cedarcrest 8596 Grajauskns JosephJ Beverly 7913 Green Robert B Riverdale 1089 Grethel Victor H Sunnyside 9595 Grlllln Franklin T Cedarcrest 1099 Grombocher Erwnn Cedarcr st 6693 Gruoner Glendon M Beverly 3505 Hapncek John F Berwyn 5 Hall Orynlle E Beverly 1436 Hammerstrom Raymond L Beverly 811 8 136 9114 S C aremont 9935 S Leovnt 9114 W 110th Street 3310 VV 114th Street 9930 S Seeley 8935 S Paulina 9945 S Bell 360 E 8th Street Hlaleah Florida 7097 Constance 6418 Yale 6790 Merrill 11354 Lothalr 756 Pemberton Road Grosse Pointe Park lvucnrgan Hebron Indrana 9490 S Wnnchester 3700 Massachusetts Washrngton D C Ambassador East Hotel 9301 W 190th Street Blue Island Illmols 9096 S Hoyne 510W 107th Street 9841 S Hamrlton 9990 S Ada Street 71 N Lmcoln Lombard Illnnous 15073 Freeland Detrolt Michigan 9043W 111th Street 1849 W 107th Street 37 W 141st Street Rrverdale Illnnons 1957 Ardmore 10656 S Oakley 9343 Harmlton 10617 S Leavitt 9109 Gunderson Berwyn lllnnoas 10139 S Bell 8936 S Bnshop Hammond Arthur C Sagmnaw 8347 Hanson ArthurJ Beverly 0593 Harneck Donald Beverly 8638 Harper Donald G Nnagora 5806 Hart William F Burmlngham 4300 Haugen Davnd C 9374 Hays Frank Steven Beverly 9996 Heutschmudt Ted J Reoubllc 10334 Hendren Wllllam F Beverly 6695 Hendrucks John W Beverly 3769 Hoeltzel Rob rt L Birmingham 1090 Hogan M John 170 Hurwrch Saul Eyerareen Park 7953 Hutter Bob F Independence 9987 Isabell Robert H Dayls 8117 Jackson Joseph Greenleaf 5596 Jacobs Ronald B Jlcha Arthur Cicero 4468 Johns ArrhurJ Beverly 1697 Johns CarItonJ Beverly 1697 ohnson Calyln M Beverly 0700 Johnson Erman G Cedarcrest 8076 Johnson RobertC Beverly 4039 Juell Jack B Euclid 9398 Karmnsky Calvin W Pullman 5774 Kanelos George Forest 1965 Kelm W1IbertE 39407 Kelly Robert H 3199 Kendler John R 3960 Kendrnck HowardF J 3 4170 Knrchman GeorgeF Berwyn 1811 Kntch Fredernck D Beverly 1567 Klnng Kenneth C Cedarcre t1545 Kleuskens Davrd Allan '-edarcrest 9830 9554 S Unnverslty 10007 S Seeley 10519 S Hoyne 8860 Unnversuty Detroit Mnchngan 684 E Maple Brrmrngham Michigan 893 Douglas Ames Iowa 10016 Longwood Drlve 8917 COIITOYUIG 9750 Longwood Drnye 9741 S Seeley 9588 Yorkshnre Road Blrmlngham Michigan E Lincoln Seneca Illnnous 9350 S Kedzue 4939 N Kimball Boulevard 1100 Mulford Street E 916 Reba Place Evanston Illlnols 1354 Greenleaf 5899 W Cermak Road 10011 S Hamilton 10011 S Hamilton 10349 S Wood 9357 S Wlnchester 1593 W 103rd Street 395 S Ridgeland Oak Par II :nous 11955 Yale 599 Jacson River Forest Illunons 714 Price St Joseph Mnchlgan 906 W Grant Streator Illmous 9091 Kedvale Skokle lllunous 3797 E Mann Kalamazoo Machlgan 1941 Cuyler Berwyn lllunons 10496 Leavntt 9159W 111th Street 10630 S Bell , I . , 3 s. . 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