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

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May he be true to friends, industrious in every enter- prise, positive in the exercise of his responsibilities. May he never lose sight of the real beauties in this troubled world, the rewards of patience and under- standing, the basic values of devotion to high purpose. And may he always be mindful of the necessity for quiet meditation in the presence of God. All these things are available to him, if he chooses to reach for them. C. L. IORDAN Colonel, USMCR Superintendent LT. COLONEL IOHN DeGRANDPRE, B.S. Executive Officer MAIOR ARTHUR I. GUMBRELL. B.E Commandant Instructor in English Colonel De Grandpre outlines school Colonel Iordan plans school program. calendar of events. Major Gumbrell checks demerit list. Major Mahon conducts Physics experiments. W gwgewgsfflf-fix.-121' ,,., .f 1: - LIEUTENANT LELAND A. DICKINSON, B.A. Instructor in Commerce Assistant to the Commandanl L1 Brousek msiructs mslrumentahsts Capt Blacharslu - veni, vidi, vici . . . Li D1ck1nson s typmg class Capt Casm1er tutors cadet in Spanish. 5 CAPTAIN LIEUTENANT CAPTAIN STEPHEN I. KLING MR. CARL KREUTZER FRANCIS S. GRAY, LL.B. GERALD l- HF-SBP-RGEN, MS- Field Representative Supervisor ot Instructor in Mathematics Instructor in Buildings and Grounds Biological Sciences, Physical Education and Driver Training Capt. Gray - "You don't know, you don't care . . . Capt. Kling receives call from prospective cadet. Lt. Hczsbargen instructs Biology class. CAPTAIN CAPTAIN CAPTAIN LIEUTENANT GENE MARSHALL, B,E, FLOYD A. OLSEN.. M.S. GENE RODIE. B.Ed. IOHN S. STEINHART, B.A. Instructor in Chemistry Instructor in ath Instructor in Ass't to the Commandant X. Mechanical Drawing and Instructor in English 5 Physical Education f X Capt. Olsen - "The shortest distance . Capt. Marshall supervises project in General Science CAPTAIN LIEUTENANT CAPTAIN GILBERT I. WALLACE, M.A. IOHN W. WOODS IOSEPH S. ZIEMBA, B.A. Instructor in Social Studies Instructor in English Instructor in Social Studies Capt. Wallace points out beauties of Lt. Woods and Sophomore English. Gothic Architecture. Cadet Tipton lectures on Social Problems. n- we - .I Mrs. Gunn - Librarian. Mr. Glesener - Comptroller. Mrs. Lindberg und Miss Dwyer - Mrs. Helmreich - Switchboard Qucxriermasier's Office. Miss Andrews ., Iniirma Miss Andrcrsco - Qucxrtermcxstefs Office. YY lv Qf his 55, 1,1 ., 2:2 11.2 kg' Y. ,-- -4-M ' - v . , M..x can 1: ,.,. gy, 5 ,. Mrs. Quance - Principczl's Office. Miss Hooger - Superintendenfs Oilice Henry cmd lack Helminski - Tailor Shop. Sam Terrana - Barber Shop. Mrs. Horan and Frank Sullivan - Dining Room. Miss Mullen - Post Exchange. Not Pictured: Miss Miller. 1 mf: ix: 3: 'f 11 jf V" VV'V 9-Q 1 2 ,g Ni ,Silva-isa i s M W, X , ,, gg M E Kg., iii. . ffrg X Wg i S?':2:':: ...:.zQ,::,13'.r:.,:1'z 3 7, '?fi m:5'Y - V Zi . Zz g , 5' Q 1 iwamllr. v- www,-xg ez 3? i 2 rw Q iw 5? .,A. 2 WEN kv .,-,Q ,,g.f,fwwQ m'?'if"? Q X5 A V E maanww ea I had-x at A W-www qw 1 isp? . a-.Ask km ma ' Wm 5 em MN 12 153-'l lamb unnnnnvnnx NL'-,MV I I . Y fi- 'lugs ir 'lr if ir 20 CLASS OFFICERS Row 1: Stutts, Major Gumbrell, Brdecka, Row 2: Bott, Cresap, Tipton. THE E IUP1 CLASS The end of the trail wends its way into sight, and dreams of diplomas become realities for the Senior Class. The daily class schedule of MPMA will be but a routine of the past. No more will the seniors hear the calls of classmates echoing in the halls, and the classrooms will become but memories. The four years completed at MPMA will undoubtedly never be exceeded in happiness during the future years of their lives. We feel confident that no matter how long the distance lying between the seniors and their old friends at MPMA, there will always be a yearning for the day when these same class- mates will meet again to talk over old times. The Skirmisher staff salutes the Senior Class for providing the leadership and spark in making the past year a successful one, and setting an example to be followed by the underclassmen. lndividually, and as a group, they made their mark in the academic, military, athletic, and social activities at the academy. Lt. Colonel Cyril Brdecka served as the Battalion Commander. He was also the winner of the coveted Chicago Tribune medal for military achievement. Frank Burd captained the varsity football team manned with seven seniors on the starting eleven. Cy Brdecka captained and was the leading scorer on the varsity basketball team. Harry Stutts captained the wrestling team and won the sectional wrestling title at 133 pounds. Frank Casey captained the baseball team. Paul Berezny and Harry Stutts captained the track team. Academic honors were captured by Ken Zubrick, Robert Hatch, Iohn Tipton, Robert Schramm, and Donald Grice. The following served as officers of the Senior Class: Cy Brdecka, President, Harry Stutts, Vice-President, lohn Tipton, Secretaryg Dennis Cresap, Treasurerg and Dick Bort, Sergeant-at-Arms. Major Cfurnbrell served as faculty advisor. MICHAEL WILLIAM BAUER B Company Squad Sergeant Born May 5, l934. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2, 3. Emblem Club 4. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Track l. Company Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3. Company wrestling l, 2, 3, 4. Company Rifle Team l, 2, 3, 4. Company Softball l, 2, 3, 4. CHARLES RICHARD BELL B Company Platoon Sergeant Born May 29, l934. Entered MPMA from Fenwick High School, September, l95U. Cavalry 3. Class Play 3, 4. Touch Football 3, 4. Company Basketball 3. Swimming 4. PAUL WILLIAM BEREZNY C Company Ist Lieutenant Born May 26, l934. Entered MPMA from Falconer Grammar School, September, l943. Skirmisher Staff 3, Academy News 4. Debate Club 3. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2, Grenadiers 4. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Var- sity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2. Varsity Track 3, 45 Co-Captain 4. Company Basketball l, 2. Company Wrestling 3. HAROLD ARTHUR BOEX C Company Color Sergeant Born December l7, l933. Entered MPMA from Fort Dearborn Grammar School, February, l948. Camera Club l, 2. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Color Guard 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Wrestling 3. Var- sity Track 4. Company Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Bowling l, 2, 3. Company Wrestling l, 2, 3. Best drilled recruit l. 4 4 4 4 4 4 emu me 'Timur' al 5 3 21 RICHARD ALFRED BORT NM? Born September 4, 1934. Entered MPMA from Bishop Quarter Pig, Military Academy, Guardians 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4. "' Emblem Club 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2, 3, President 2, 3. Grenadiers 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class President l, Sergeant-at-Arms 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. Fourth place State Sectional 3. Varsity Track 3. Company Wrestling 2. Company Softball 2. 5' S tatf Major ww LIVE!! i' CYRIL IOSEPH BRDECKA 4,94 Stati Lieutenant Colonel DVC 'J Born Iune 7, l933. Entered MPMA trom St. Gall Grammar yu, , QM M School. Guardians 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, if 6' JJ iff!! 4, Business Manager 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Grenadiers 2, 3, Q, IK,-In 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class Vice-President l, President 3, 4. Frosh- lfj 12 wx FC' Soph Basketball l, 2, Captain 2. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4, Most xp JST! . 9- M10 Ml Valuable 3. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Com- MNJIQ M 'gui Mpany Football l, 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 2, 3. Company ' 47' Sottball l 2 3 4 Most Military Medal l Fathers' Club Medal TribuneIMledal 2. Boys' State 3. Fathers' Club Medal 3. M FW Most Militar lunior Medal ,,,bU Qs. Y ffl V04 by FRANK ALBERT BURD A Company lst Lieutenant Born March 24, l934. Entered MPMA from Kellogg Grammar School, September, l948. Guardians 4, President 4. Skirmisher 3, 4. Academy News l, 2. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4A, Secretary 4B. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Football l. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Most Valuable 3, 4. Daily News and Herald American All-lnde- pendent Teams 3, Daily News Honorable Mention All-State 4, Daily News Honorable Mention All-Chicago 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l, 2, Most Valuable l. Varsity Basketball 3, 4, Cap- tain 3. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Com- pany Wrestling l, 4. Boys' State Representative 3. Class Sec- retary 4. FRANKLIN IAMES CASEY B Company Captain Born lanuary 3, 1934. Entered MPMA from St. Clotilde's Gram- mar School, September, l948. Guardians 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2, Vice-President 2. Class Play 3, 4. Class President 2. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l, 2, Most Valuable 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Captain 4. Company Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 22 DONALD HENRY COLBY C Company Private Born October 12, 1934. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Gram- mar School, February, 1934. Camera Club 1, 2. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Track 2. Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. Dancing Class 4. Com- pany Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Bowling l, 2, 3, 4. Swim- ming 1, 2, 3. DENNIS CRESAP Band Captain Debate Club 3. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Grena- diers 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class Vice-President 3. Class Treas- urer 4. Color Guard 2. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4. Varsity Basketball 3. Frosh-Soph Track l. Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 4, Swimming 2. Com- pany Wrestling 4. Honor Company l, 3. Boys' State Repre- sentative 3. RONALD IOEL DAVIS Band Private Born November 7, 1934. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Gram- mar School, September, 1948. Camera Club l. Ritle Club 2. Varsity Track 3. Company Football l, 2, 3, 4. Company Bas- ketball 2, 4. Bowling l, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 1. Company Softball l, 2, 4. Fathers' Club Book Award 3. ROBERT ANTHONY DUBOISE C Company Squad Sergeant Born October 21, 1934. Entered MPMA trom St. Benedict Gram- mar School, September, l948. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2. Company Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Tennis 1, 3. Bowling l, 2, 3. Company Wrestling 2, 4. Com- pany Ritle 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. 4 4 4 4 4 4 QSWJ JIEWZI7 'fb I 11841, r a ts WW missing' 23 erm 5 We U GANPARK Q l I Illjlr 'A' 'A' if if if if 24 MERTON RAYMOND FISH Band Private Born April ll, l933. Entered MPMA from Orlando High School, Orlando, Fla., September, 1950. Camera Club 3. Varsity Track 3, 4. Tennis 4. Company Basketball 3, 4. IOHN GARY FRANCIS C Company Guide Sergeant Born March 28, l93i5. Entered MPMA from Assumption Gram- mar School, September, l948. Cavalry l. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Varsity Track 4. Touch Football 4. WILLIAM VICTOR GAPSZEWICZ A Company Squad Sergeant Born April l8, l935. Entered MPMA from Leo l-ligh School, Sep- tember, 1950. Cavalry 3. Class Play 3, 4. Varsity Football 4. Varsity Track 4. Dancing Class 4. Company Basketball 4. PETER NICK GIANACAPOULOS C Company Squad Sergeant Born September 4, l933. Entered MPMA from Proviso Township High School, September, l95U. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Tennis 4. Company Football 3. ROBERT GILLIES GOETZ A Company Squad Sergeant Born September l7, 1937. Entered MPMA from University of Detroit High School, September, l949. Camera Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, 4. Rifle Team 2, 3. Varsity Track 3. Dancing Class 4. Company Football 3. Bowling 3. DONALD GRICE A Company 2nd Lieutenant Born May lO, 1934. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, l948. Skirmisher 4. Debate Club 3. Cam- era Club l, 2. Grenadiers 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Team 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Honor Company 3. Touch Football l. Bowling 3, 4. Company Wrestling l. Company Softball l, 2, 3, 4. ATLEE STEINER HART C Company Private Born August 2l, l935. Entered MPMA from South Shore High School, September, l95U. Skirmisher 2, 3, 4. Medal Winner 3. Academy News 2, 3, 4. Camera Club 2, 3, 4. Grenadiers 2. Class Play 4. Dancing Class 4. ROBERT FRED HATCH A Company Captain Born August 27, l934. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, l948. Honor Society 3, 4. Skirmisher 2, 3, 4, Medal 3, 4, Associate Editor 3, 4. Academy News 2, 3, 4, Medal 2, Editorial Board 4. Guardians 2, 3, 4. Debate Club 2, 3. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Grenadiers 4. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l, 2, Varsity Bas- ketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l. Tennis l, 2, 3, 4. Com- pany Football l, 2, 3, 4. Company Tennis l, 2, 3, 4. Company Wrestling 3, 4. Silver Tribune Medal 2, Freshman Scholarship Board. All-Around Cadet Medal l, 2, 3. Outstanding Military Medal 2. Boys' State 3. Scholarship Medal 2. 'lr ir ir if ir 'lr 5 49 .nlitfylliiilifiw -i tgli it Twin: lag! 25 MDRG NPARK ta ALFRED HOFFMAN, IR. ulzw lv ir 'A' if 'A' ak if 26 C Company Znd Lieutenant Born March 27, l934. Entered MPMA trom Kellogg Grammar School, September, l948. Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4. l-lonor Society 3, 4. Academy News l, 4. Debate Club l, 2, 3. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Cavalry l. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Team l, 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3. Tennis l, 2, 3, 4. Dancing Class 4. Company Football l. Company Basketball l, 4. Com- pany Tennis 2, 3. Bowling l, 4. Company Softball l, 2, 3. All- Around Cadet Medal 3. Football Manager 4. Honor Company 3, 4. Forensic Medal 3. American Legion Medal l. RONALD GEORGE I ERIT C Company 1st Lieutenant Born lanuary l7, l934. Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, February, 1948. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Vice- President 3. Frosh-Soph Club l. Advertising Manager Class Play 3, Publicity Manager Class Play 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2, Co-Captain 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basket- ball l. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l. Varsity Baseball 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 2. 'ww-may LAWRENCE PERRY I OLLY Statt Battalion Supply Sergeant Born April 6, l934. Entered MPMA trom Sutherland Grammar School, February, l948. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Varsity Track 3. Company Basketball 2, 3. Company Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4. Com- pany Baseball l, 2, 3, 4. ALLAN WILLIAM IUNKUNC Band Corporal Born November l, l93'5. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, l948. Cavalry l. Company Football l, 4. Company Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Company Tennis 3, 4. HARRY GEORGE KARZAS A Company Private Born December 31, 1934. Entered MPMA from Amundsen High School, September, 1949. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Football 3. Varsity Football 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Var- sity Track 3, 4. Dancing Class 4. HUGH NELSON KENNEDY C Company Private Born December 18, 1934. Entered MPMA from Robinson Gram- mar School, Detroit, Michigan, September, 1948. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1. Frosh-Soph Football 1. Varsity Foot- ball 4. Swimming 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1. Varsity Track 3, 4. Company Wrestling 3. Class Sergeant-at-Arms 1. ALBERT EDWARD KRAMER C Company Private Born lanuary 7, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1948. Cavalry 1. Rifle Team 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. WILLIAM LOUIS KRIZENECKY B C'0mpdny Ist Lieutenant Born lune 3, 1934. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1948. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 3. Grenadiers 4. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Team 3. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, Honor Com- pany 2. 'A' if 'A' 'lr 'A' ir - W ii gf Mi f u i 'aw DPJEIFZP 1'r tlllglli 27 3 6331191719 sw' L ,I 5'-h .iu w v'l"' Tai d.,l'g7 if 'k 11' 'A' ir 'A' '28 RO NALD EDWARD LETELLIER Band Corporal Born December 13, 1934. Entered MPMA from Barnard Gram- mar School, September, 1948. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Com- pany Football 1, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2. Bowling 3. Swimming l, 2. LESTER STANLEY LIEBSCHUTZ C Company Private Born March 4, 1935. Entered MPMA from Armstrong Grammar School, September, 1949. Camera Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Rifle Team 2, 3. Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Wrestling 2. Com- pany Softball 3, 4. 1-lonor Company 3. DONALD MASNIAK A Company Private Born September 23, 1934. Entered MPMA from Farragut High School, September, 1950. Emblem Club 3, 4. Cavalry 3. Class Play 3, 4. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Dancing Class 4. Touch Foot- ball 3, 4. Bowling 3. Company Basketball 4. ROBERT I OHN MEYERS C Company lst Sergeant Born Ianuary 21, 1934. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, 1948. Rifle Club 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Cfrenadiers 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Base- ball 2, 3, 4. Dancing Class 4. Company Softball l, 2. Honor Company 3. Company Rifle Team 2, 4. EDWIN IOHN NELSON Band lst Sergeant Born December 8, 1933. Entered MPMA from Vanderpoel Grammar School, September, 1948. Grenadiers 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Dancing Class 4. Touch Football 2, 4. Company Basketball 3. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Swim- ming 1, 2. Company Wrestling 2, 3. RAYMOND LEE PETERSEN Band 2nd Lieutenant Born October 3, 1934. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, 1948. Academy News 1. Camera Club 1, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4. Dancing Class 4. Touch Football 1, 2, 3. Company Basketball 1, 2. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Scholar- ship Medal 1. Drum Major of Band 4. Glee Club 1, 2, 3. ROBERT EDWARD PETKUS B Company Private Born March 15, 1935. Entered MPMA from Marmion Military Academy, September, 1951. Company Softball 3, 4. ARNT GORDON QUIST C Company Color Sergeant Born April 16, 1934. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, February, 1948. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1. Class Play 4. Color Guard 4. Frosh-Soph Football l. Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Frosh-Soph Base- ball 1. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Company Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 2, 3, 4. Swimming 2, 3. Company Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Boxing l. 'k i' ir ir uk 'A' Mm Q! I 5' 'WL'-'ill ,gl 29 63311 MW saw ROBERT ERWIN ROLFE IIII a 4 B Company Platoon Sergeant 9f"1l ,il l' 'llffll A "Esta 'A' ir ir if i' ir 30 Born May 3, 1933. Entered MPMA from Covington Grammar School, September, 1948. Skirmisher 3, 4. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Rifle Team 4. Rifle Club 4. Color Guard 3. Dancing Class 4. Touch Football 4. Basketball 4. Company Football 4. WALTER ARTHUR SCHRAMM C Company Captain Born March l, 1935. Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, September, 1948. Rifle Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Camera Club 1, 2. Grenadiers 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class Vice-President 2. Rifle Team 4. Company Softball 2, 3, 4. Touch Football 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 2, 4. Swim- ming 1, 2, 3. Scholarship Medal 3. Honor Company 3. LAWRENCE OLIVER SESOL A Company Private Born October 12, 1932. Entered MPMA from Raster Grammar School, September, 1948. Touch Football 2, 3. Bowling 2, 3. WILLIAM LOGAN SIMIOS Band Guide Sergeant Born April 23, 1934. Entered MPMA from Ruggles Grammar School, September, 1948. Glee Club l, 2, 3. Camera Club 1. Grenadiers 4. Touch Football 2. Company Softball l, 2, 3, 4. Fathers' Club Scholarship Medal Award 3. Fathers' Club Book Award 2. BERNARD STEUBER B Company lst Sergeant Born February 3, 1934. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1948. Cavalry 3. Class Play 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Track 1. Touch Football 1, 2, 3. Company Basketball 1, 2. Bowling 2. Company Wrestling l, 2, 4. Company Softball 1, 2, 3. Company Bifle Team 2, 3. HARRY CHARLES STUTTS Statt Captain Adjutant Born November 22, 1934. Entered MPMA from St. lta Grammar School, September, 1948. Guardians 3, 4. Emblem Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Class Sergeant-at-Arms 2, Class Secretary 3, Class Vice-President 4. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Wres- tling l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4. Second Place State Wrestling Sec- tionals 3, Fifth Place in State Finals. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2, Captain 2, Most Valuable 2. Varsity Track 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. Company Basketball 2. Company Boxing l. Boys' State 3 DONALD THEODORE SWEENEY B Company Private Born February 6, 19315. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1948. Skirmisher 4. Academy News 2. Camera Club 1, 2. Emblem Club 4, Business Manager 4. Frosh- Soph Club 2, 3. Class Play 4. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Var- sity Football 3, 4. Swimming 4. Cheer Leader 4. Company Basketball l, 2, 4. Bowling 4. Company Softball l, 2, 4. Honor Company 2. ROBERT EDWARD TIERNEY B Company Ist Lieutenant Born December 25, 1933. Entered MPMA from Bennett Gram- mar School, February, l948. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Grenadiers 3, 4. Class Play 4. Color Guard 3. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Track 4. Company Basketball 2, 3, 4. Company Softball 1, 2. 'k ir i' if 'Ir 'Ir Qszmlswzv ll ll Call Fil 1 gr A11 4853 'z lz llw g ll, ll ' 31 fam 1 IOHN BRUCE TIPTON uunaut mx IIIIWIVV 'T 'W gill' 5 3 lwliaif' ll 'k ir 'lr ir 'A' if C Company 2nd Lieutenant Born October 26, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1948. Honor Society 3, 4. Guardians 4. Academy News 1, 2, 3, 4. Camera Club 1. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 4. Class Play 3, 4, Business Manager 3. Color Guard 3. Varsity Wrestling 3. Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 1, 2. Company Soft- ball l, 2, 3, 4. Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 4. Basketball Manager 1, 2. Baseball Manager l. Class Secretary 4. Honor Company 3. Boys' State 3. Delegate to Convention of Student Coun- cils 4. NORMAN ARTHUR VOIGT Band Squad Sergeant Born lune 9, 1934. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1948. Academy News 1. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. IAMES ROBERT WELFORD A Company Private Born September 20, 1934. Entered MPMA from Lyons Township High School, September, 1951. Class Play 4. PHILIP WALTER WOERNER Band Corporal Born March 5, 1934. Entered MPMA from Lutheran Grammar School, September, 1948. Debate Club 3. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Team 3. Varsity Wrestling 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 3. Bowling 2, 3. Honor Company l. Rifle Club 3. KENNETH IOHNSON ZUBRICK B Company 2nd Lieutenant Born March 24, 1934. Entered MPMA from Kellogg Grammar School, February, 1949. Honor Society 4. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Team 4. Rifle Club 4. Dancing Class 4. Touch Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Company Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 2, 3, 4. Com- pany Softball 2, 3, 4. Military Gold Wreath 3. First Academy Scholar 2, 3. First Place Speech Contest 2. Fathers' Club Award 3. 45 YEARS AT THE ACADEMY Ray Peterson Bill Iunkunc Bill Krizenecky Don Sweeney 12 years 11 years 10 years 10 years SONS UF ALUMNI L. Row 1: Gausselin, Clark, H. Gear, Orr. Row 2: Grundsirom, Keating. Sadd, Beard, D. Gear. 33 em lm 'sin Q l"', HlIl!"5jI' KQV ir 'A' ir ir CLASS OFFICERS Poullman, Keane, Lt. Hasbargen, Nuenke, Voornas. Simi. THE IU IUR CLSS 34 The Class oi '53 in its Iunior year deserves unbounded plaudits lor its splen- did efforts. Earnestly they Worked and played, developing into a group so energetic and progressive that its successors will have high standards to follow in duplicating its accomplishments. The academic leaders of the class were Peter Rosi, William Sadd, Thomas Boyd, William Nuenke, Herb Tucker, Edward Gardas and Robert Mazik. William Nuenke and Iohn Gislason won top honors in the Military, by being appointed Second Lieutenants. The Junior Class was Well represented in all sports. Bill Westenberger, Iohn Gislason, Bob Larsen, Malcolm Dufiek, Pat Lonergan, and Marlin Leim- netzer saw much action on the gridiron. Tom Keating, Charles Leonard, Herb Tucker and Bob Larsen starred on the basketball court. Paul Keane, Malcolm Dufiek, Larry Poullman, and Bob and Bill Sineni were Iunior Class representa- tives on the Wrestling team. Social activities ol the Iunior Class included "An Evening of Theatre", three one-act plays presented in the Blake Theatre, and the Iunior-Senior Prom presented in May. The officers oi the Iunior Class Were: William Nuenke, President, Art Voor- nas, Vice-Presidentg Larry Poullman, Treasurer, Paul Keane, Secretary, Mario Simi, Sergeant-at-Arms. Lt. Gerald l-lasbargen served as the class advisor. Elliott, Roger Fischer, Robert Flader, Louis Francis, Ronald Gardas, Edward Gausselin, Edwin Geiseman, Iohn Gislason, Iohn Helminski, William Hooning, I ohn Howes, David Iglow, Ronald Irrgang, Ferdinand Keane, Paul Keating, Thomas' Knudson, Wayne Koester, Kenneth Kole, Edward' Krueger, Wayne Leimnetzer, Marlin Leonard. Charles' Lonergan, Patrick Magisano, Marco' Martinec, Ronald Martinez, Ignacio ' 4B in February, 1952 Andrews, Benny Baerenz, Fred Beadle, Iames Boyd, Thomas Brown, Richard Buchanan, Lenox' Castellanos, Daniel Craske, William Dyhalski, Donald Dullek, Malcolm Maurer, Philip' Maw, Donald Mazik, Robert McKiltrick, Kevin McWhorter, Robert Merdinger, Iohn Mourek, Allen Nakamura, Harold Nuenke, William Pallotto, Michael Palmgren, Charles Pepper, Gerald Poullman, Larry Rabishaw, Charles Robbins, Huey Rosi, Peter Sadd, William Simi, Mario Sineni, Robert' Sineni, William' Skonlos, George Speakman, Everett Stoker, Douglas -g Tucker, Herbert' Van Antwerp. Howard Voornas, Art Westenberger, William Wiliur, Harold Werner. Ronald Young, Gerald' Zaferopulos, George "4B in February, 1952 as ' ' 'T P1 OFFICERS Voss Mahon, Bacino, Stokes. Capt. Ziembcx. Not Pictured: I. Smart T E UPHUMUHE CLASS The Sophomore Class concluded a most successful school year with a full participation in academy life. The scholastic leaders of the class were Iames Goss, Iohn Larson, Iohn Fitzgerald, Ed Walline, George Mahon, and Matthew Bertash. Military honors were captured by Dave Cochrane and George Mahon, who received sergeant stripes. Corporal stripes were Won by lim Goss, lohn Fitzgerald, Ed Walline, and lack Larson. Ed Walline was the Winner of the coveted Chicago Tribune military medal. Pete Voss was the only sophomore to start for the varsity football team. The Frosh-Soph football team was chiefly composed of sopho- mores. lim Smart earned a starting berth on the varsity basketball team. The Varsity Wrestling team included sophomores Pete Voss, Tony Kocalis, and Richard Dina. The class was equally Well represented on the track and base- ball teams. The Sophomore Class highlighted their social functions with the "Bunny Hop", presented in Upper Alumni Hall on the fifth of April. The offices of the Sophomore Class were filled by Pete Voss, President, George Mahon, Vice-President, Iim Smart, Treasurer, Ioan Bacino, Secretaryg and lim Stokes, Sergeant-at-Arms. 37 Pa s . i t rs, Hun I lily! ir 'k ir 'A' Cochrane, David Cooper, Peter Criifield, George Darabaris, Harry Dina, Richard Drennan, I ohn Eigelberner, Stanley Freed, Robert Gagnon, Norman Gear, Donn Gilbert, Alfred Goss, Iames Hartman, Robert Ialfe, Gonzalo Kammerer, Ronald Kocalis, Anthony Krueger, Herbert Ksiazek, Ioseph Larson, Iohn Lorenzen, Robert Bacino, Iohn Benson, Larry Bertash, Matthew Caravette, Frank Luke. Gary Mahon, George Markiewicz. Kenneth McClellan, William Noonan, Patrick Novak. Donald Peterson, Roger Pritiken, Raymond Rattelmczn, Stanley Shrum, Keith Smart. I arnes Strapp. Louis Stokes, Iames Valentine. Iames Vallas. Elliott Van Stone, Robert Voss. Peter Walline, Edward Zaferopulos, Philip Zedeno, Iulian' Zibas, Lew " 3B in February, 1952 'Sim i NJIIIWIIF I il ,t ' , 5? iii ' - 3 3 "wi ll if ' fill 'lltlfpgIIII" , 'ir ir ir ir OFFICERS Capt. Olsen, Beard, Pipin, MacDonald. Not Pictured: Holland. THE FRE HMAN CLASS The Freshman Class served their apprenticeship as plebes during the first semester and then proceeded to take an active part in academy life. lay Kennedy, Robert Walline, Ed Iohnson, Fred Pipin, Len Martinec and lohn Avard led their classmates in scholastic achievement. Fred Pipin, Bob Metsker, and Bon Loomis Won letters in Frosh-Soph Football. Ron Loomis was the only freshman to Win a letter in Frosh-Soph Basketball, While Len Mar- tinec and Dave Krause Won letters in Frosh-Soph Wrestling. lay Kennedy was the recipient of the Chicago Tribune Military medal. The Freshman class was Well represented on the Rifle Team. For the first time in years, the Freshman Class was allowed to sponsor a dance. The class decided to have a dance in honor of the Sophomore Class on April 26th. The officers of the class Were: Robert Beard, President, Fred Pipin, Vice- President, Ron MacDonald, Secretary-Treasurer, and Ned Holland, Sergeant- at-Arms. Captain Floyd Olsen served as faculty advisor. 40 Dahl, Iack' Dooley, Ioseph Faure, George Felsen, Herbert Fisher, Ronald Fishman, Thomas Foerster, Roberi Frigo, Gene ' Graham, Ioseph Grundstrom, Allen Hamilton, Ward Hansen, Arthur Hermann, Frank Hodonas, Philip Holland, Ned Iohnson, Edward Iurka, Thomas Kennedy, Iay Krause, David Lang, Henry' Lelon, Charles Loomis, Ronald Lowery, Richard MacDonald, Ronald " 2B in February, 1952 Anderson, DeWayne Arbet, Iohn Avard, Iohn Bauer, Richard Beard, Robert Bevans, William Cassidy, Dennis Clasen, William Manelli, Philip Martinec, Ronald Metsker, Robert Milos. Iames Moss. Iames Motto, Frank Myers, Harold Noorlag, Kent' Novak, Richard Pappas, George Parker. Robert Paul, Iames Pipin. Frederick Preuss, William' Rabishaw, Iames Rentzel, George Rhoads, Bruce' Scheuneman, Iohn Schick, Frederic " Schlegel, Donald Schwab, Melville Seres. Larry Shurlz, Robert Smith, Alden Taradash. Sherwin Viscount, Robert Walls. Iohn Walline. Robert Walsh. Philip Wendt. Edwin " ZB in February, 1952 ABSENTEES INDIVIDUAL SECTIONS R. McGuire, McxcKimm, Siogis, Heath, Bcmdyk, Mcxlysc. 4 4 fsrm gwzv 'wuwlrr 7509! v ,Qi if if af af if if if 5 3 P' 'Ie 43 K s 'll ' -If ll-1 Pill 'K 4 41 Mwwumsiwwvwxw- -- -MWNfmmzwXmwfwwLWmai'QPimffwWhvww FSi,,,, ,as.2s,:'ae:722Kfrsrvv22HfXS21'2,z'fSa:'::.n'.1L2::'a:':2 eww Wa: www: 7' Pfam A fwim-Wiwwsmwa MMV MMM wfvmwwvaih wa , fuwflwzwwlwmfzx ,vw 2 wi: 2 if :T ,Ti N Ku 1 hw-if ww' IIEPARTIVIE T Major Major Sergeant First Class SergeantF1rst Class Randolph L. Iones Marvin C. Kettelhut Adolph Prunchunas Charles Tong ir MILITARY k Master Sergeant Master Sergeant Iohn L. Davis Edward F Powers The Military Department was under the capable supervision ot Major Randolph L. Iones, who served his second year as P.M.S. ci T. at the Academy. Major Marvin C. Kettelhut served as assistant P.M.S. G T., instructor of Senior Military Classes, and Coach of the Grenadiers, in his tirst year of duty on the campus. Sergeant First Class Charles O. Tong again filled the position of Instruc- tor of the Iunior Military Class, as Well as Coach of the Fusileers and Assistant Coach of the Grenadiers. Sergeant First Class Al A. Prun served his second year as Administrative N. C. O. for the detachment. Two other members ot the department were new this year, having returned from combat in Korea. Master Sergeant Iohn L. Davis taught the Freshman Military Class and served as Coach of the Rifle Team. Master Sergeant Ed- ward F. Powers was the instructor of the Sophomore Military Class. Some of the leading events during the year included the Sunday Parades, Drill Competitions, Rifle Matches, and Grenadier Public Appearances. Federal Inspection was held on April 28th and 29th. Highlighting the social activities of the department was the Military Ball held on March 8th, . V V W., w xx f wmwfm-z 'sz an-1:1 ,f .ummm L4 ...Muwwf .1 . wa W 41,wf::mk,4W. .iw feel -- '. , Y A iei u iv .4 N, gf ' , ak ir ir i' Stutts, Bort, Brdecka, Ierit, Iolly. Battalion Commander .,......... . . . Lt. Colonel Cyril Brclecka . - - B l' E ' Off' C A D E T M I L I T Pl Omg . Majlgrellfiichard Bort C , B 1' Ad' ............ . . S T F Cmcl .... 1Bt?Il1ll'aptain Harry Stutts Supply Oll1CGTS ...............l. Ronald Ierit Clst Semesterl Al Hoffman C2nd semesterl CADET CUMMISSIIJNED OFFICERS Row 1: Casey, Hatch, Bork, Brdecka, Stutts, Ierit, Cresap, Schramm. Row 2: Zubrick, Petersen, Leonard, Krizenecky, Burd. Tierney, Berezny, Grice, Hoffman. Not Pictured: Tipton, Keating, Gislcxson, Neunke. ' l l 44 4 4. EBGEAN CURPURAL Row 1: Keane, Palmgren, E. Nelson, Voigt, Rabishaw Hooning, Meyers, Iolly, Simi, Goetz, Kramer. Row 2: Craske, Maw, Baerenz, G. Francis, Brown Neunke, Mazik, Maurer, Simios, Gislason Gapszewicz. Row 3: Tucker, Buchanan, Rolfe, M. Bauer, Duboise Sadd, Boex, Keating, Quisi, Bell, Gianaca: poulos, Steuber. Not Pictured: Cochrane, Gardas, Mahon, Gorlick, W. Kreuger. Row 1: Goss, L. Marlinec, Fitzgerald, Letellier, Rosi, Woerner, Cochrane, Larson, Mahon. Row Z: Voornas, Slogis, W. Krueger. Boyd, Hooning Gardas, Pallotto, Duflek, E. Walline, Iunkuric Gorlick. No! Pictured: Boyd, Gear, Mourek, R. Kammerer R. Francis. 1 1 , , 4 4 4 4 4 4 '3 si? 49 My H g MllBG.A'LI mx 1 n m laik' uusmn max lllmll I Q Mil 5. lfifhf f 'k ai' ir ir Row Row 2 Row 3 Row 4' R. Novak. Krause, Moss, McGuire, Malysa, Leonard, Burd. Hatch, Grice, Keating. R. Bauer. R. Walline, Nakamura, Goss. Geiseman. Pipin, Iurka. Fisher. Holland. Viscount. Faure, MacDonald, Cooper. Foer- ster. Kole. R. Francis. Keane, Kocalis. Drennan, Benson, Leimnetzer, Pepper, Bandyk, Maurer, Poullman, Masnjak, Gilbert Voss, Caravelte, Skontos, Cochrane, MacKimm. Gapszewicz, Eigelberner, Criifield, Helminski, Fischer, Sesol, Goetz, Metsker, Heath. Loomis, Wimmer, Avard, Fitzgerald. 1 Row 5. Roberts. Weliord, Schick, Beadle, Pallotto, Mourek, Andrews, Mazik, Westenberger. Gislason. Buchanan, Tucker. W. Krueger, Grundstrom. lST SEMESTER OFFICERS ZND SEMESTER OFFlCERS Captain ............... Robert Hatch lst Lieutenant . . . 2nd Lieutenant . . 2nd Lieutenant . . First Sergeant Marco Magisano Platoon Sergeants Buck Buchanan Robert Mazik 50 . . Charles Leonard . . . . Donald Grice . . . . . Frank Burd Guide Sergeant Robert McWhorter Squad Sergeants Paul Keane David Cochrane Albert Goetz Wayne Krueger Captain ............... Robert Hatch 2nd Lieutenant . . . ...... Iohn Tipton 2nd Lieutenant ...... Thomas Keating 2nd Lieutenant . . . . . . Iohn Gislason Corporals Iames Goss Iohn Fitzgerald Ronald Francis Michael Pallotto Allan Mourek s 1 2 4-. A Lt. 4-Q 41 isxnl ASW-7217 MURGAN PARK 'EWU I I HL . llll 5 , Q W t t I Row 1: Gausselin, Beil, Strapp, Rolfe, Zubrick, Tierney. Casey. Stutts, Krizenecky, Steuber. Bell, Bertcrsh, Dooley. Row 2: Simi, Sweeney. Schwab, Fishman, Martinez, Castellanos, Palmgren, Hodonas, Val- las, Gear, Scheuneman, Bevcms, Rentzel, Zibas, Manelli. Row 3: Kammerer, Felsen, Larson, Rosi, Taradash, Beard, Arbet, Hughes, Motto, P. Zaiero- pulos, Werner. G. Zaieropulos, Gorlick. Row 4: Hanson, Ialfe, Koester, Flader, Petkus, Craske, R. Francis, Kioutas, Smith, Luke, Lorenzen. Freed, Lidy. Row 5: Wendt, Stoker, Sadd, Colby, M. Bauer. Iglow, Gardas, Robbins, Howes, Boyd. Zedano, Lelon. Paul, Shurtz, Rabishaw. B CUMPAN 'F ik ir 'k ir lST SEMESTER OFFICERS ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS CCIPTQIU1 --------------- FfCU'1k CGSGY Captain ............... Frank Casey IST Lleufefmflf ----'--- Robert TIGTHSY lst Lieutenant .... William Krizenecky 2nd Lieutenant ...... Kenneth Zubrick 2nd Lieutenant ...... Kenneth Zubrick Zfld Liellfellififlf . - - Wlillifml Krizenecky 2nd Lieutenant ...... Charles Leonard 1 st Sergeant Bernard Steuber Platoon Serge-ants William Sadcl Charles Bell Guide S ergeants William Craske Herbert Tucker Squad Sergeants Charles Babishaw Charles Palmgren Michael Bauer Edward Gardas Mario Simi Arthur Gorlick Corporals Donn Gear Peter Rosi Iohn Larson Thomas Boyd Ronald lglow Ronald Karnmerer 51 "' 2 x lp! ir 11- ir uk 52 r Row Row Row Row Row 1: 2. 3. 4. 5. Captazn ............ 2nd Lieutenant ..... E. I ohnson, Tipton, Meyers, Ierit, Berezny, Schramm, Hoffman, Nuenke, Iolly, G. Fran- cis, R. Sineni. Walls, McKiilrick, Pappas, I. Kennedy, Cassidy, Hart, Ksiazek, Gagnon, W. Sineni Gicmacapoulos, Duboise, Clasen, Parker, D. Novak, D. Anderson, Hamilton, Lange Noorlag, Pritiken, Mahon, Bacino. Merdinger, Baerenz, Van Antwerp, Hooning, Elliott, E. Walline, Stogis, Hartman Preuss, Frigo, McClellan, Quist. Valentine, Liebschutz, Brown, Duifek, Karzas, Voornas, H. Kennedy, Walsh, Kramer Stokes, Young, Boex. C CUMPAN 2nd Lieutenant ....... lst Sergeant Robert Meyer 1 1 1 lST SEMESTER OFFICERS ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS Walter Schramrn Captain ....,....... Walter Schramm . . . . Paul Berezny lst Lieutenant . . . . . . . Paul Berezny Alfred Hoffman 2nd Lieutenant ...... William Nuenke 2nd Lieutenant . . . .... Donald Grice Squad Sergeants Corporals Philip Maurer Malcolm Duffek Platoon Sergeants Robert Rolfe Gary Francis Guide Sergeants Albert Kramer Richard Brown George Mahon Peter Gianacapoulos Iohn Hooning Fred Baerenz Robert Duboise Edward Walline Art Voornas Peter Stogis Iohn Merdinger Row Row Row Row Row D WY' Cresap Simios, Seres, Dybcxlski, Hermann, Ray Petersen. K dson, Dcxrubczris, L. Mortinec, I. Rabishaw 'lf R. I. Davis, Rhoads, Shrum, nu R. Martinec, Letellier, Milos. Speakman, Schlegel, Roger Peterson, W1 ur V ' t. Sikorski, E. Nelson. Dahl, H. Krueger. Iunkunc. Smart. oig ' M kiewicz, Maw, Woerner, Noonan, Lt. Brousek. CUMPAN lST AND ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS Captain ....... . . Dennis Cresap 2nd Lieutenant . . . . Ray Petersen First Sergeant Guide Sergeant Edwin Nelson William Sirnios Squad Sergeants Corporals Charles Maw Ronald Letellier ' Allen Iunkunc Norman Voigt Philip Woerner 6331 u SU P: 5? Q W a A s it A 1 H 1 A '15 N We ' I' 'lllgsllll ir if 'A' ir 54 Row 1: Maw, Grice, Zubrick. Schrumm, Dahl. I. Kennedy, Parker, Iohnson. Row 2: Wcxlline, Cassidy, Turcrdash, Metsker, Becxdle, Avard, Rolfe, Pruess, Knudson, Stogis, Lang, Meyer, Sergeant Davis. Number of Nam e Match es Fired Average Maw 22 179 Metsker 19 172 Kennedy, I, 22 164 Knudson 17 161 Cassidy 15 161 Bauer 7 161 Schramm 20 160 Dahl 20 157 Lang 8 155 Beadle 8 147 Avard 8 142 Taradash 5 140 RIFLE TEAM MPMA 843 MPMA 810 MPMA 820 MPMA 846 MPMA 847 MPMA 828 MPMA 1,714 MPMA 1,717 MPMA 1,596 MPMA 890 MPMA 850 MPMA 835 MPMA 845 MPMA 884 MPMA 843 MPMA. . 880 MPMA 1,737 MPMA. . 874 MPMA. .l,749 Harper High .............., 866 Georgia Military Academy.Forfeit loliet High .........,....... 893 Kemper Military Academy .. 930 Marmion Military Academy. . 829 St. Thomas lnst. ............ 914 Howe Military Academy .... 1,840 University of Michigan ...... 1,868 Harper High School ....,... 1,685 Admiral Farragut .......... 868 Shattuck ................... 889 Marmion Military Academy.. 855 Gage Park High School ..... 819 Ioliet High ................. 883 Wentworth Military Academy 908 Waukegan High .......,... 919 Howe Military Academy .... 1,859 Waukegan ................ 889 Ohio Wesleyan ............ 1,697 Fifth Army lnterscholastic, Morgan Park took 7th place with a score ot 6,805 William Randolph Hearst trophies match, Morgan Park Team No. l - 13th Place Score ot 850 Team No. 2 - 17th Place Score ot 805 Team No. 3 - 23rd Place Score of 724 N W Row 1: N l Row 2: Row 3: l' ,wage l Bell, Boex, Quist, Keating. THE CULUH GUARD Iohnson, Wcllline, McGuire, Manelli, Sgt. Tong, Vallas, L. Martinec, I. Rczbishaw, Krause. MacKimm, Cassidy, Kennedy, Faure, Beard, Pipin, Hamilton, Holland, Viscouni, Hodonus, Dooley. Milos. MacDonald, Wendi, Melsker, Grundsirom, Rvard, Clctsen, Seres Parker, Tarcxdcxsh, Iurkcz, Fishman. s E HIS! LEEHS -K 4 4 4 753 lilf in LT? www fwkcauwrfzy -' s-36553 er- 4, gl Mfi:+G.AWsK THE GHENADIER Rowl Palmgren, Meyers, Schramm, Grice, Borl, Brdecka, Leonard, Hoffman, R. Francis, Vallcrs. Row 2 Benson, Craske. Rosi, Pepper, Krizenecky,Hcxtch, Krueger, Cresczp, Berezny, Stoker, Leimnetzer Cochrane Row 3 Nuenke, Simios, Mourek, Shrum, Brown, Gardcs, Smart, Rolfe, Tierney, Pallotto, Gislason E Nelson MPMA's crack drill team, the Cfrenadiers, received numerous invitations to perform before various organizations throughout the school year. Their first performance was witnessed by approximately two thousand people at the Marine Day celebration held at the Masonic Temple. Late in December, the Grenadiers gave an exhibition at the Army-Navy Ball held at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. Exhibitions were also given before members of the Rosemoor Community Center, the Fathers' Club, and the Mothers' Club. The final drill performance of the year was witnessed by the government inspectors. Membership in the Grenadier organization is based on a cadet's ability to drill with a rifle. Major Kettelhut and Sergeant Tong, coaches of the Grena- diers, did an excellent job in selecting the final forty cadets from or long list of hopefuls. Grenadiers In ction C l G d. G d' t o or ucxr Maior Kemehut and Sgt. Tong rena lers presen arms C h The Queen Anne salute. occ es Port arms. 'IK -K 'K ir CS I T LE TH + A 41 'K 'K L wmmrweavwrrmafms : 11mfwLh.,1wLf1w+vevassx1sx4m-vvaaammaw s, mmm v amewams ms fmwmwmmmwwf wzwzvwy wmsmmvl mmm vwxww-A New -av:-mm,mK....,,n ,, , x4we.nmu'm , , naman-A-ww-nnL,J -am mm.-2:--1-A-gyfebz' 4, iaith! L1 tier XUIIIQIBE f , yi ii - "'llr.'.m:l5l 'Ir HK' 'lr AH ITY FOOTBALL The l95l Vfarriors, captained by Frank Burd, and coached by Captains Ziemba and Bodie, had a disastrous season in compiling only one Win against eight losses, The season was particularly heart- breaking in that the Worst defeat was only a three touchdown margin suffered at the hands of Culver. The Warriors dropped four contests by the margin of a touchdown or less. The backfield unit for l95l consisted of Frcnk Casey and lohn Gislason at quarterback, Frank Burd and Harry Stutts at the halfback posts, and Bill Krizenecky and Dennis Cresap in the fullback slot. The line Was composed of Dick Bort, Harry Kar- zas and Hugh Kennedy at the end positions, Bill Westenberger, Bob Larsen, Hal Boex, and Don Colby at the tackles, Pat Lonergan, Marlin Leimnetzer, Mal Duffek, and Paul Berezny at the guards, and Pete Voss, a sophomore, at center. Frank Burd was the leading ground gainer for the Warriors. Captain Burd received Honorable i' Mention on the All-Chicago Area Team and the All- State Team. Row 1 Row 2 Row 3 Row 4 VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM Quist, Simi, Iolly, R. Sineni, W. Sineni, Zaferopulos, Voornas, Tipton. Sweeney, Poullman, Bandyk. Craske, Burd, Krizenecky, Leimnetzer, Helminski, Pepper. i Capt. Rodie. Cresap, Gapszewicz, Westenberger, Duffek, Gislason, Iglow, Ierit, Palotto, Mazik, Stutts, Capt. Ziemba. Casey, Kennedy, Tierney, Boyd, Lonergan, Dybalski, Gicxnczcopoulos Colby, Boex, Keating, Bauer, Karzas, Young, Larsen, Berezny. Gislason Colby Tierney Voornas H e i 5 i Stutts Karzas Boyd Craske I 1 Bauer Iolly Keahng Knzenecky cmd Casey P Sweeney epper . Leimneizer Cresctp Duffek lent 61 Bottom Row: H. Kennedy, Wesienberger, G. Zcrieropulos, Lonergcm, Iglow. Inset, bottom row: W. Sineni, R. Sineni, Dybalski, Bandyk: top row: Palloiio, Gcxpszewicz. Helminski, Young. Top Row: Burd, Larsen, Berezny, Boex, Bori. SEASON RESULTS LETTERMEN MPMA.. 5 Bowen H. S. ..... U Boe-X Krizenecky MPMA.. 0 soufh shore H. s.. 6 E011 1951 MPMA.. 0 Ioliet H. s. ...... 13 Bgfemy Lflrzen MPMA.. 7 Argo H. S. ...... 19 Bauer Leimnetzer MPMA. . U Culver M. A. ..... 18 Casey Lonergan MPMA. .12 Niles Twn. H. S. . .14 COUUY 5111115 MPMA. .14 Waller H. s. ..... 20 CTSSUP SWGHQY MPMA.. 0 Blue iskmd H. S... 7 Dvffek Qulsf MPMA.. 7 Reavis H. s. ..... 19 915103011 Tlemelf Karzas Voss Won ...... 1 Lost ...... 8 Kennedy Westenberger 62 Captain ........ . . Frank Burd Most Valuable .... . . . Frank Burd Captains - 1952 ............. . . . . . . . .William Westenberger . . . . . . , .Iohn Gislason Coaches ........ Capt. Ios. Ziemba Capt. Gene Rodie Managers. .Iohn Tipton, A1 Hoffman FHUSH - SUPH FOOTBALL wiv-V if Row 1: Peterson, Vallas, Gilbert, Markiewicz, Caravette, Freed, Gear, Dina. Row 2: Lt. Dickinson, Elliott, Loomis, Kammerer, Metsker, Pritiken, Eigelberner, Arbet, Skon tos, Major Kettelhut. Row 3: Noonan, Raffelmczn, Stokes, Brown, Smart, Walsh, Valentine, Zedano, Crifileld Hartman, Pipin, Walls. Coaches .... ....... L t. L. Dickinson Major M. Kettelhut Captain ........ .....,.. R on Loomis Most Valuable . . . , . . Red Criftield Manager ......,........... Pat Noonan MPMA .... MPMA ..., MPMA .... MPMA .... MPMA .... 12 MPMA ...A 6 MPMA .... 14 MPMA .... MPMA .... Peterson Dina Critiield Gilbert Eigelberner Freed Kammerer SEASON RESULTS South Shore Reserves . . loliet Catholic H. S. Argo H. S. .......,... . Morton H. S. ......... . Niles Township H. S. . . . Glenwood School Blue island H. S. ..... . Beavis H. S. .... . Parker H. S. . . . . LETTERMEN Smart Brown Zeclano Pipin Metsker Raftelman Pritiken 6 31 24 13 39 13 39 25 26 Walls Gear Vallas Markiewicz Mahon Loomis Stokes X Coaches smile - belore the season. Football cxction Frosh-Soph starting eleven. Burd circles end. VARSITY BASKETBALL Leonard, Voigt. Tucker, Koester. Larsen, Kennedy, Smart, Howes, Keating, Burd, Ierit, Hatch, Casey, Krizenecky. Center: P. Zcxieropulos, Capt. Rodie. Brdeckcr. The Maroon and White cagers ot 1951-52 compiled a season record ot six wins and eleven losses but played 'a tar better brand of ball than the record would indicate. The Rodiemen experienced the same heartbreaks as did the football team, in dropping tive encounters by a margin of four points or less. The cagers dropped their first seven games and came back strong to win tour in a row. They concluded the season with two wins in the remaining tive games. The Warriors played one of their finest games in the State Regional Tourna- ment at LaGrange. Facing Riverside-Brookfield, an overwhelming favorite, the Warriors lost in the closing minutes of the game. Captain Cy Brdecka led the scoring with 262 points, an average of 16 points per game. Brdecka and Voigt were most accurate from the free throw line, with 63 and 61 per cent averages respectively. The Warriors amassed 859 points to their opponents 894. SEASON RESULTS MPMA 33 Luther H. S. ..,.... . MPMA 43 Parker 1-I. S. ...... . MPMA 52 Ioliet Catholic H. S.. LETTERMEN MPMA. .44 Harvard School . . . . MPMA. .56 Harper 1-1. S. ..... Bfde-Ckcf Leomfd MPMA 42 Blue ieieted H. S. CGSGY Smart MPMA 59 Culver M. A. ..... . Bufd Voigt MPMA 35 ciii. ciiiietiee H. S... Hatch Zedeno MPMA 58 Howe M. A. ....... . KGGUHQ Larson MPMA. .65 Leiiieiit H. S. .... .. Kennedr MPMA 68 Glenwood School .. MPMA 42 Culver M. A. ..... . MPMA 62 oiieiget M. S. ..... . MPMA 53 Lemont H. S. ...... . MPMA 66 Roosevelt M. A. . . . . MPMA 36 Onarga M. S. ..... . 1 MPMA 48 R'side-B'1cfie1d H. S. 4 4 4 4 4 cam-a lrawze 'III sv f a . -Q ... 'lii lllT!"5I The' ll 1' '1I!11lF!jllF'1 65 if Sim fn V F ' ,- fg .f , ,' L :f ?f" my gg mg Y - Q T25 ,W ,14f,:'m ' ' Q' ,w g if P, N' .::2""":' . ,M V ff! W , 'T' -. mm iiilfli gzififg X ' mf 'E V3 5 i 'k m ' Q f.3i - ,, A -M QQ , .VA g f ,, 5:-wfyx 339552 Wfffi g f' , f ,. gan Xa fi 3325 FRUSH - SUPH BASKETBALL MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA1 11 MPMA. . . MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA1 11 MPMA Row 1: Gear. Beil, Faure, Caravette, Hamilton, Gilbert, R. Peterson, Bertash. Row 2: Capt. Marshall, Clasen, Loomis, Lelon, Walsh, Zedeno, Criffield. SEASON RESULTS 35 29 33 26 27 27 .37 .34 .45 . 19 .23 .38 .37 37 Luther H. S. .... . Ioliet Catholic H. S. Harvard School .. Argo H. S. ...... . Blue Island H. S. . . Thornton Fractional Beavis H. S. ..... . Chicago Christian Luther H. S. lSo.J . Lernont H. S. Glenwood School Onarga M. S. .... Lemont H. S. ... . Luther H. S. ..... . SOPHOMORE TEAM RESULTS .l8 .31 .25 FROSH .18 .25 . 7 Parker H. S. ..... . Roosevelt M. A. .. Beecher H. S. . TEAM RESULTS Blue Island H. S. . . Thornton Fract. . . Blue Island H. S. . . 1H1 'Sf 1 1 Coach ............ Capt. G. Marshall Acting Captains .. Zedeno, Caravette Captain-Elect ................ Loomis Most Valuable .... . . . Gilbert Manager ....... . . . Gear LETTERMEN Gilbert Loomis Bertash Caravette Critlielcl Peterson Zedeno 'K 'K i 'K 'K -K vsm le-ww Il'lI"! V7 1135! 5' W-filiii' -- rfilnf 67 , mums 1 A- ., , eww, f wwwww 1 is vuwmfl f gh. VZ-XBSITY WRESTLING ' P Row 1: Sineni, Kocalis, Bort, Stutts, Duifek, Keane, Dina, Lt. Hcxsbargen. Row 2: C. Rczbishczw, R. Francis, R. Mcxrtinec, Poullman, Iglow, Voss, Iczffe, Gorlick, McWhorter. Coach ...... Lt. Gerald Hasbargen Captain ..,........., Harry Stuits Captain-Elect ......... Paul Keane Most Valuable ....... Harry Stutts Managers .,... C. Rabishaw, Sadd MPMA. MPMA. MPMA .... MPMA ..,. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPM!-X, MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. SEASON RESULTS H1rsch H. S. ........... . 6 ll l6 25 l3 3 27 22 l7 20 5 37 26 Chicago Vocational H. S. Won ...... 6 Lost ...... 7 Blue lslancl H. S. ........ . Thornton Fract. H. S. ..... . Calumet H. S. ........... . Bloom H. S. ,............ . Thornton CHarveyl H. S. . , . Howe M. A. ............. . Reavis H. S. ............. . Riverside-Brookfield H. S... Culver M. A. ............ . Ioliet Township H. S. ..... . Kelly H. S. ............. . 4 4 'A' 4 Qsrrmv aww MIIRGAII RK Twill!" xl M4 ' 5:5 '55 .31 g u 'WI L ,M l lwnigqllx -mm V 69 ., VG .ff-P A' ' P. - me Stutts, Captain Rowl Koccxhs Dmcx S1nem Mczrtmec Keane 70 STATE SECTIUNAL RESULTS Harry Stutts . . Tony Koccllis . Paul Keane . . Most Victories Most Pins ..,, Most Decisions FRUSH f SUPH WRESTLING MPMA. .. MPMA MPMAZ Q1 MPMA. . . MPMA MPMA. .. MPMA. .. MPMA MPMA Row 1: McGuire, Gagnon, Kammerer, Mcmrkiewicz, L. Mar- t' K . mec, rcruse Row 2: Pritiken, Viscount, Stokes, Bacino, Mahon, Lt. Has- bcxrgen. Coach ....... Captain ....... . . Captain-Elect .... . . Most Valuable .... .. Most Victories . . . Lt. G. Hasbargen George Mahon . . . L. Martinec George Mahon .......Maho1'1,8 Most Pins ....... . . . Pritiken, 4 Most Decisions .... .. . Mahon, 6 SEASON RESULTS LETTERMEN . 5 Blue Island H. S. .......... 33 Krause .18 Thornton Fract. H. S. ...... 17 L' MCU-tinec .11 Calumet H. S. ............ 31 M h .25 Hirsch H. S. .,............ 8 G OH . 9 Thornton C1-larveyl H. S. ...39 Kammerer .30 Beavis H. S. .............. 7 - - .30 ' Riverside-Brookfield H. S. .. 8 Pmlken .16 Ioliet Township H. S. ...... 24 Stokes .29 Chicago Vocational H. S. . . 3 Gagnon Won ...... 5 Lost ...... 4 Markiewicz 'Ar 'A' ir ak 'A' ir ymmglmw Ll ly.: ETEE 555' 3 'QTSEHIFA nilwi-AIM 71 Wrestlers In ACIIOH LETTERMEN Bort R. Sineni Dim Stutts Duifek Voss ggggew McWhorter Keane C. Rcrbishozw Koccilis MQ 1' - R. Mcxrtinec Scxdd, Mgr. BASEBALL 1951 Row 1: Mahon, Lorenzen, R. Peterson, G. Zaferopulos, Skontos, L. Cappas, Mcrrkiewicz, Bacino, Bertash. Row 2: Voss, C. Rabishaw, Werner, Voornas, Masniak, Krizenecky, Meyers, Nuenke, Iaffe, Goss. Row 3: Capt. Rodie, Gislason, Cantele, Ierit, Valentine, Merdinger, Keating, Dybcxlski, Mazik. Tucker, Rich- ards, Casey, Pepper, P. Zaferopulos, Capt. Marshall. LETTEBMEN Meyer Burd Masnjak Bichard Keating L. Cappas Tucker lerit Casey Cantele Krizenecky Pitt FBOSH-SOPH LETTEBMEN Mazik Nuenke Merdinger Karnin E-IUTSGTI Voornas oss G. Zateropulos ?egenO Pepper G e Peterson Werner Gislason P. Zateropulos Poullman Mgr. Coaches ..., Capt. Marshall, Capt. Bodie Captain ...................... Bob Pitt Captain-Elect ...... .... F rank Casey Most Valuable ............... Bob Pitt Manager ............... P. Zateropulos VARSITY RESULTS MPMA.. 4 South Shore H. S. . MPMA. . 2 Blue Island H. S. . . . MPMA. . l3 Ioliet Catholic H. S.. MPMA. . 3 Glenwood School .. MPMA. . 2 Argo H. S. ....... . . MPMA.. 4 Glenwood School .. MPMA. .12 Chgo. Christian H. S. MPMA. . 6 Ioliet Catholic H. S.. MPMA. . 5 Beavis H. S. ..... .. MPMAH 5 Bloom H. S. .,.... .. MPMA. . 3 Beavis H. S. ...... . . MPMA. . l Ioliet Township H. S. MPMA. . 9 Beavis H. S. ..... .. MPMA. . 6 Luther H. S. ..... .. MPMA.. 7 Argo H. S. ...... .. Won ...... 6 Lost ...... 9 PBOSH-SOPH RESULTS MPMA. . 2 Blue Island H. S. . . . MPMA. . 3 Beavis H. S. ..... .. MPMA. . 3 Blue Island H. S. . . . MPMA. . U Ioliet Township H. S. MPMAH 5 Beavis H. S. ..... .. MPMA. . 9 Ioliet Catholic H, S.. . MPMA.. 5 loliet Catholic H. S. Won ...... 3 Lost ...... 4 7 l4 8 4 4 3 4 3 U 13 l 10 15 14 8 12 1U 4 l6 4 3 3 if 'A' if if ir Gm warm WN "F SV i l l' 73 19. Q WARRIOR Krizenecky Keating Tucker Casey Meyers Gislcrson Voornas Masniak Mcrzik TRACK 1951 TRACK Row 1: Freed, Marberg, Kammerer. D. Anderson, Crcxske, Berezny, Hooning, Sikorski. R. Martinec. Row 2: Cooper, Eigelberner, Lcxgen, Laious, Stutts, Priiiken, Mourek, Brdeckcx, Cresap, Ccmtele, Leonard. Row 3: Lt. Husbcrrgen, Krueger, B. Miniat, Kennedy, Tierney, Allen, Howes, Hammond. Kurzus, Boyd, Lonergcm, Kcxhoun, Colby, Capt. Ziemba. Coaches. .Capt Ziemba, Lt. Hasbargen Captain ............... Gino Cantele Captains-Elect . . . ..... Harry Stutts Paul Berezny High Point Man .....,., Gino Caniele Manager ........... Wayne Krueger LETTERMEN Cantele Berezny Hooning B. Miniat Kahoun Colby Cresap Lajous Stutts Kitch Brclecka Kennedy Quist Tierney Allen Lagen FROSH-SOPH LETTERMEN W. Miniat Boyd Kflmmefef Pritiken Cmske Leirnnetzer Keane Sk k. Marberg 1 OTS 1 Freed Martinec Howes Mourek MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPM!-X. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . MPMA. . VARSITY RESULTS 59-275 Leo H. S. ........... . 22 Blue Island H. S. ..... . 7U Mi. Carmel H. S. ..... . 62 Crete H. S. .......... . 88 Beavis H, S. ......... . 26 Culver ............... 29 University High ...... 70 Onarga M. S. ....... . Won ....., 5 Lost ...... 3 FROSH-SOPH RESULTS 45 Leo H. S. ............ . 14-U2 Blue Island H. S. ..... . 79 Mt. Carmel H. S. ..... . 45 Reavis H. S. ......... . 34 University H. S. ..... . 32 Glenwood H. S. ..... . 32 Thornton Fract. ...... . Won ,..... 2 Lost ...... 5 44-3X5 91 43 T51 25 78 84 43 41 89-l!2 25 '59 70 72 72 1952 TRACKMEN Row 1: Mariinec, Hooning, Kammerer, Stutts fCo-Caphl Row 2: Karzas, H. Kennedy, Boyd, Sikorski, Leonard. Row 3: Howes, Freed, Crescrp, Craske, Berezny CCo-Ccrpt.J 1951 TENNIS Hoffman, McWhorter, Capt. Wal- lace, Gamble, Hatch, Stogis. The l95l Tennis Team coached by Capt. Wallace suffered a dismal season in tying one and losing five matches. The Tennis Team faced Blue Island twice, Thornton of Harvey twice, Harvard School and Univer- sity High. Bob McWhorter, Bob Hatch, and Al Hoffman re- ceived Varsity letters. BOWLING Row 1: Ksiazek, H. Krueger, Palmgren, I. Rabishaw, Manelli. Row 2: Meyer, Nelson, Copper, Foerster, Vallas, Kole, Schuene- man. Row 3: Schlegel, I. Larson, Davis, Woerner, Willur, Speakman, R. Zaferopulos. Kocalis. Row 4: Benson, Grundslrom, Noonan, Drennan, Petkus, G. Francis, Sesol, Sweeney, Maur- er, Kioutas, Lorenzen, Stoker, Hoffman. Row 5: Leimnetzer, Gislason, Nuenke, Brown, Rhoads, Wal- line, Dybalski, Colby, Valen- tine, Heath, Duffek, Baerenz, Buchanan, Tucker, W. Krueger. TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS C COMPANY Row 1: Kennedy, Schramm, Pruess, Hooning, Meyer. Row 2: G. Francis, Nuenke, Mer- dinger, Brdecka, Baerenz. CHEERLEADERS Row 1: Rosi, lurka, Pappas, Dahl. Row 2: Sgt. Tong, Gislason. Sweeney, Berezny. ,, 5 . ...Q mwwxwmmgmwkfaQhfafs1'ewis22w wmWfa!aCQ'aya:HQge:::f,I,'Li1.m-gxswQr.xQ,,z.:22:,sf'2s:swznffm1fer,4 ' - r1-,, WL: 3. I-I0 UB UCIETY Row 1: Grice. Zubrick, Captain Gray. Hoffman. - Row 2: P. Rosi, Tipton, Sadd, Hatch, Schramm. OFFICERS President ,.....,.... Walter Schramm Vice-President . . ..... Donald Grice Secretary .....,......... Iohn Tipton Faculty Advisor . . Capt. Francis Gray NOW in its sixth year as a compus organization, the National Honor Society continues to have an exclusive membership. The number ot members in the organization is small because ot the strict regulations governing admittance. To gain membership in the society, cadets must have a thirteen point average, render thirty-six hours of service to the school, and hold some re- sponsible position to show leadership and outstanding ability. The members did an outstanding job in tutoring those cadets Who Were having particular scholastic problems. Information regarding college entrance requirements Was gathered by the society tor the Senior Class. The club also rendered service to the school in helping with many clerical tasks. i GU RDIAN Row 1: Keane, Stutts, Nuenke, Capt. Casmier, Tipton, Fitzgerald, Mahon. Row 2: Bort, Hatch, Ierit, Stokes, Sadd, Burd, Boyd, Brdecka, Casey. OFFICERS l ST SEMESTER President ................ Frank Burd Vice-President ........ Cyril Brdecka Secretary-Treasurer ..... Richard Bort Faculty Advisor. .Capt. lames Casmier The Guardians, elected representatives of the Cadet Corps, did an excellent job in han- dling their responsibilities throughout the school year. Their accomplishments included the revising ot the Plebe Rules, the holding ot a Plebe Court, the presentation ot several as- semblies at which sportsmanship at athletic events Was emphasized, and cheating in ex- aminations Was discouraged. The Guardians also made a number ot recommendations for the improvement of facilities to the Adminis- tration. The Guardians also sponsored several ac- tivities in the lighter vein. These included the "Hobo l-lop", the only dance given during the year in which the cadets are allowed to Wear civilian garb. The "Pow-Wow" Was sponsored OFFICERS ZND SEMESTER President .,........... Cyril Brdecka Vice-President .......... Harry Stutts Secretary-Treasurer ..... Frank Casey Faculty Advisor. .Capt. lames Casmier jointly by the Guardians and the Emblem Club. ln addition to the above mentioned otti- cers, first semester Guardians included: Frank Casey, Bob l-latch, Ron Ierit, l-larry Stutts, and Iohn Tipton from the Senior Class. lunior Guardians Were Tom Boyd, William Nuenke, William Sadd and Paul Keane. Sophomores included lohn Fitzgerald, George Mahon, and Iames Stokes. Second semester Guardians representing the Seniors Were: Richard Bort, Harry Stutts, lohn Tipton, Ken Zubrick, and Walter Schramm. The lunior Class were led by Tom Boyd, Wil- liam Nuenke, William Sadd, and Paul Keane. The Sophomore Class elected George Mahon, Peter Voss, and lohn Bacino. The Freshmen Were represented by Larry Seres. Sl Row l: Goss, Hart, Hatch, Capt. Blacharski, Lt. Dickinson, Geiseman, Foerster. Row 2: I. Rabishaw, P. Zaleropulos. P. Rosi, Stogis, Buchanan, Sadd, Gislason, Fitzgerald, Hoffman, Skontos. AC DE NW lnteresting information and enjoyable reading about campus happenings was presented to the Cadet Corps by the Academy News, the school news- paper which appeared bi-monthly. The hard working staff that made the little journal a success this year included the following: members of the editorial board - Bill Sadd, Bob l-latch, Peter Rosi, and lim Goss. Photographs were handled by Atlee Hart and lack Geiseman, Sports were ably covered by Phil Zaferopulos. The comic strip "Pipsqueak" drawn by lim Goss continued to be a favorite of the cadets. Be- porters lohn Gislason, Peter Stogis, Iohn Fitzgerald, Matthew Bertash, Buck Buchanan, George Skontos, and lim Babishaw supplied the many news ar- ticles. The Aoademy News staff received valuable guidance and assistance from their advisors, Capt, Iohn Blacharski and Lt. Leland Dickinson. The Academy News is a member of the lllinois High School Press Associa- tion, the Quill and Scroll, and the National Scholastic Press Association. Row' 1: Goss, R. Francis, Hutch, Keating, Buchcmcm, Hart. Row 2: I. Rcxbishaw, Foerster. Skontos, Grice, Rolfe, Dybalski, W. Krueger, P. Zcrferopulos, Geiseman. Editor-in-Chief .. ............. Buck Buchanan Associate Editor . . ................. Robert Hatch Sports Editors ...,.... , . . Phil Zaferopulos, Tom Keating Business Manager ..,. ......,......... R onald Francis Faculty Advisor .....,................ Capt. Ioseph Ziemba The staff of your yearbook is very proud to present the 1952 Skirmisher. Many man hours of Work have gone into the production of the yearbook, and the staff hopes that it lives up to the high standards set by its predecessors. Your Skirmisher is a living record of your school, your friendships, and your activities. It is the hope of the staff that it will bring back many happy mem- ories in the years to come when you thumb through the pages. The Editor Wishes to express his gratitude to the small but hard Working staff who helped to compile the annual. Atlee Hart, lack Geisernan, Ron Kammerer and Louis Strapp furnished the many candid shots featured in the yearbook. The size and quality of the Skirmisher is determined by the amount of revenue raised through advertising. Ronald Francis, business manager, was ably assisted by Don Sweeney, Robert Rolfe, Torn Keating, Don Dybalski, and Iim Rabishaw in breaking all previous records for revenues raised through advertising. Their efforts are mainly responsible for a full page, full color picture printed for the first time in any Skirmisher. E BLEC CLUB Row 1: W. Sineni, Hoffman, Masniak, Duflek, Capt. Ziemba, Leimnetzer, Leonard, Voss. Keane. Row 2: Iolly, Meyer, Voigt, Casey, Hatch, Berezny, Cresap, Brdecka, Sweeney. Bort, Krize- necky, Tipton. Stutts. Row 3: Hooning, Tucker, Tierney, Gislason, Kennedy, Quist, Keating, Colby, Burd, Bauer. Karzas, Larson, Ierit. Weslenberger. IST SEMESTER OFFICERS ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ...,........,.......,.... Ron Ierit President ...................,.. Harry Stutts Vice President . . . . . Frank Burd Vice-President . . . . . . Frank Casey Secretary ........ ..... I-I arry Stutts Secretary ...,.,.. . . . Cyril Brdecka Treasurer .......... .... E rank Casey Treasurer ......... . . Robert Hatch Sergeant at-Arms .,.. . . . Richard Bort Sergeant-at-Arms .... . . . Richard Bort Business Manager . . . .... Iohn Tipton Business Manager . . . . . . Don Sweeney The Emblem Club of I95I-52 maintained its reputation as being one ot the foremost organizations on the campus. Membership in the club is based on the ability ot a cadet to Win a varsity letter in one ot the major sports and completing titteen hours of service for the academy. In addition to presenting a number ot house parties, the Emblem Club traditionally sponsors the first tormal ot the school year in December honoring the Football Team. The Emblem Club concluded its social activities with a banquet tor its members in Iune. The Emblem Club's source ot revenue has been the refreshment stand at the football and basketball games. The organization purchased a "hot dog" steam stand to provide a greater variety ot goods tor those in attendance at the athletic contests. FRUSH-SUPH CLUB Row 1: Mcxrkiewicz, Vallus, Dina, Pritiken, R. Francis, Kocalis, Gear. Row 2: Mahon, Wal1s.Gi1bert. Pippin, Bacino, P. Zcxiero- pulos. Row 3: Freed, Noonan, Eigel- berner, Rcrffelmcm, Metsker. Pepper, Kcrmmerer, Caru- vette. Row 1: R. Peterson, Martinec. Iglow, Werner, Poullmcxn, Gorlick, G. Zaleropulos, C. Rcxbishaw. Row 2: Craske, Loomis, W. Krueger, Nuenke. Brown, Elliott, Voorncrs, Simi. Row 3: Koester, Iaffe, Mourek, Zedeno, Howes. Smart, Mer- dinger, Boyd, Stokes, Cril- iield, Mazik. lST SEMESTER OFFICERS ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ..,..,.... ..,... A rt Voornas President ........., ..... T homas Boyd Vice-President ....... .....,... P eter Voss Vice-President ..,... . . William Nuenke Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . . Frank Caravette Secretary-Treasurer . . . ..., Frank Caravette Sergeant-at-Arms . . ,..,... Larry Poullman Sergeant-at-Arms ....,....... George Mahon Faculty Advisor . . . , . Capt. Gene Marshall Faculty Advisor .,,. . . . Capt. Gene Marshall The Prosh-Soph Club ended a successful year With its largest membership since the formation of the club by Capt. Gene Marshall in l945. The club was responsible for the publishing of programs for the many home athletic contests. The Frosh-Soph Dance was the main social function sponsored by the organization. Activities for the year were climaxed With a banquet sponsored jointly With the Emblem Club. Membership in the club is obtained by Winning a letter in any Erosh-Soph sport and by contributing ten hours of service to the school. Meetings were held Weekly every Tuesday night. 85 AVI-XLRY Row 1: Motto, Martinez, Ccrstellanos, Shurtz, Pcxlmgren. Row 2: Baerenz, Irrgang, Fisher, Bevcms, Soto. The Cavalry unit ot the academy met three times a week at the Wood- land Valley Stables. Lt. lames VVhaley, instructor tor the past several years, entered the armed forces, and he was capably substituted for by Mr. Stanley Luke. The riders were divided into a beginners group and an advanced group. The former were instructed in the fundamentals of horsemanship, While the latter group engaged in jumping, riding bareback, and playing polo. One horse show was held during the school year. Fred Baerenz won top honors at this event. FEBRUARY NEW MEN How 1: Esposito, Swank, Philip Rosi, Martin. Row 2: Hechtman, Fogle, Shepis, Dring, MacArthur. The stalwart Waiters oi MPMA receive rec- ognition in the yearbook for the first time in many years. These efficient purveyors oi iood A were greatly appreciated by the hungry corps for their magnanimous efforts in securing that i extra dessert, that second chicken leg, or that extra butter. The Waiters were capably di- rected by I-leadwaiters Harry "Pierre" Stutts and William "Iacques" Krizenecky. Row 1: Petersen, Simi, Krizenecky, Dybalski, Stutts, Kramer, G. Zaferopulos, Poullman. Row 2: Lorenzen, Kammerer, Helminski, Clasen, Wendt, Smart, Seres, Stoker, Kioutas Bandyk, Noonan, Voornas. Row 3: Dooley. Vallas, Fishman, Fish, Baerenz, Van Antwerp, Darabaris, Kennedy, Beard Holland, Gear. L. Martinec, Krause. ' was lf T 1 'WL DADS' D Y Huge Dads' Day Tournament. The annual Dads' Day celebration took place October the Sth. Dads, accompanied by their sons, witnessed a thrilling football game between Argo High School and the Warriors. Following the game the Fathers' Club held a short meeting in Upper Alumni. The evening festivities began with a de- licious barbecue held in the Gymnasium. Cadet Walter Schramm delivered an address of Welcome to the dads. Mr. Walter Schramm, President of the Fathers' Club gave the re- sponse. A short address Was also given by Colonel lordan. George Connor, co-captain of the Chicago Bears gave an interesting speech regarding sportsmanship. Activities were concluded with entertainment by Alice Chilton and her group of entertainers. Cadet Cyril Brdecka served as the master of cere- monies. Mr. Math Kammerer, chairman of the Special Events Committee of the Fathers' Club, was chiefly responsible for the organization of this memorable event. George Connor speaks to corps. 88 Alice Chilton entertainers. AN EVENING UE THEATER "An Evening oi Theater", consisting of three one-act plays, was presented by the lunior Class. "lt Men Played Cards as Women Do" by George S. Kaufman, starred Fred Baerenz, Bill Sadd, Richard Brown, and Art Voornas. "Below Zero", by Lawrence Worcester, featured Art Gorlick, Howard Van Antwerp, Paul Keane, Ron Francis, Ron lglow, Dennis Sikorski, and Mario Simi. "Girl Shy", by Iohn Hershey, starred lohn Gislason, Peter Stogis, Tom Boyd, George Zateropulos, Patrick Lonergan, and Malcolm Duiiek. The plays were directed by Lt. Iohn Woods. Wayne Knudson and Roger Peterson served as Stage Manager and Business Manager respectively. Mario Simi was in charge oi special effects. William Roberts, Robert Fisher, Huey Robbins, and Ronald Werner were in charge of the Scenery. Scene from "If Men Played Cards as Women Do." The Iunior Play Cast. Scenes from "Below Zero." cami 5 ,wwf UURISAN PARK H www L n 5 -F ..- . ' L i' if ir al' FUUTB LL BANQUET The Football Banquet was held November l9th in Alumni Hall. Major A. I. Gumbrell served as Toastmaster tor this occasion. After a choice roast beet dinner, the Lower School coaches, Lt. Demos and Lt. Vakos, presented letters to the team members. Lt. Dickinson and Major Kettelhut, Frosh-Soph coaches, awarded letters to their team. Capt. Ziemba and Capt. Rodie tol- lowed on the program, and presented awards to the Varsity letter winners. Captains-elect and most valuable players ot the respective squads were also announced at the banquet. The program in the dining hall was concluded with a speech by Mr. Sid Luclcman, former All-American and Chicago Bear great. Cadets and parents then adjourned to Upper Alumni to attend a dance. Music was furnished by Bill Bohter and his band. Sid Luckman addresses team. Watching the letter awards Captivated audience. Speakers' Table. ll .nnlwy lik EETHE RT DANCE rl The Sweetheart Dance Was presented tor the corps by the Mothers' Club on Ianuary l2th, Music was turnished by lim Barclay and his orchestra. The mothers were aided in this project by a cadet committee composed ot Guardians Cy Brdecka, Frank Burd, Frank Casey, Ron lerit, and Harry Stutts. The Mothers' Club Dance Committee consisted ot: Mrs, Arthur Francis, Chairman, Mrs. Robert Gear, Mrs. Ella Hermann, Mrs. Clarence Iordan, Mrs. lohn Kahoun, Mrs. I-lenry Krueger, Mrs. Henry Lang, Mrs. Clarence Leonard, Mrs. Cfolder McWhorter, and Mrs. Robert Tucker. Iunkunc, Woerner, Grice cmd dates. Cadet Bigwigs in attendance. Refreshments for the girls. Dance decorations. l'?? .i -1- M51 DRILL COMPETITION A Drill Competition Was staged by the Mili- tary Department in the Gym on Ianuary l8th. The spectacle Was witnessed by many parents and cadets. Best Drilled Squad honors Were captured by the Third Squad of the First Platoon ot Company A. Members ot the squad included: Robert Mazik, squad leader, Peter Voss, Stan Raftelman, Stan Bigelberner, lerry Pepper, Best drilled squad. Inspecting oificers. Frank Caravette, Larry Benson, Alan Mourek, and David Cochrane. Cadet Peter Voss Won the Best Drilled Cadet title with Cadet lim Smart the runner- up. Best Drilled Freshman honors Went to Sherwin Taradash of "B" Company. The judges were Lt. Colonel T. Baudouine, Captain Cf. Ripley, and lst Lieutenant B. A. I-lattersly, all ot the Chicago Public High School R. O. T. C. Major Iones congratulates Taradcxsh Cadet Kennedy introduces date to "Iunior" Simi and Chuck Bell relate Major and Mrs. Iones their barracks exploits. Scene from the bandstand. The retreshment line. MILITARY BALL 4 The Military Ball, "Silver Saloersn was presented by the cadet otticers on March 8th in the gymnasium. The dance was Well attended by cadets and 4 parents. Paul Meeker and his Orchestra furnished the music tor this gala occasion. The Dance Committee consisted oi: Harry Stutts, Decorationsg Frank Casey, Bidsg Richard Bart, Bandg and lohn Tipton, Refreshments. 4 A .A RQ it , .J w A 3 trolling, 'S iiirifuiiil l4 'lll"lI'!iI 93 3 Goss and Larson chat during siudy hall. Chuck Bell - lop cadet artist Hawaiian music??? Bevans relaxes. "Eight Ball" Wellord "Willy" caught by camera. 94 Taps check by Kram er. Sox lost c1gain??? Pool by the experts. Chess as played by plebes. The Rosemoor boys. We win cz football game I'm studying, sir. Loring's "King" Iohn The Beverly boys visit PX Wrestlers dress for meet. George sells goodies to Smart Z2 XS E -If hrisimas Party - Capi. Marshall gets in picture. Refreshments ai Iunior Play. Band gives Concert. Mr. Sadd congratulates Bcmdmaster Li. Brousek. 97 n 23 4- , r 3 t Entertainment in Blake Hall Assembly. Singing quartet visits campus. Dennis and tomato. Mrs. Sadd, President, addresses Mothers' Club. The Mighty Meri moves in. Fathers' Club officers. 98 t g E Ei .- , A Bw K ,E M 9 , ' Q X X251 I 3 T K 1 wmQT Y K X 0 A 3. , Q.: ,Jr ' " - -V' 1 I . I MA. 2 my 1? Ama' 2 W kg? ,ng 'X g K af' if Q i Q f g V2 N Q is 'Q M t "Mg 2 M 1 4, , Q W WM, fy Q R' ., ' 'WMM L, ' V A4 ,LW 14 ,YM ' Q, fa-Us 955 M., Mm S WN. ff M sew . .. I QQ 5 QM I ' 5:3 it Wai LW . . , X K -,,, ' ".: we +f T311 .. , 'w '1 -'94 X M 'QW fkgwmpwi gmwqi we Wg W k, z,,,.Wag.-,.:,.,xgLn . :,,A a.. ' Q A-,A -' 'fm J ..1 ,,.: , in Wm- 5 N A. "A' Lis, fp X W '11, ',,., W W Mfgfffldffii 5 ,fwjii ,Q wwf? '5'14WiE5fEfK? 2" ' Q. X KRW 193233 X QQ Q 55 gf Vilma' W wwf? giant ? 'f ' 4. N Y N,wmQg,fQWs My H's15W' , R. ' ,Vf 4,lWp?f395WmQb ' if' r if! 5 XM M .afwtixnvww x.--1 -54 5 .av . .KM ,, A 99 , X '51 W .W 555 V, T- 'aw KM 2,32 - 'if'3'J1- m IJJG THE LU ER gi-L CAPTAIN LIEUTENANT THOMAS LIEUTENANT TED MORGAN, MHS, MAYHEW, M.A. GLENN WRAY. B.S. Principal Commandanf. Commandani, Seventh Grade lunior Division Elementary Division Mathematics Eighth Grade Sixth Grade Mathematics CHUUL F CULTY LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT CHARLES IOHN DEMOS, B.S. WATSON. BA. Science Librarian Seventh and Seventh and Eighth Eighth Grades Grade English LIEUTENANT HARRY VAKOS. B.S Social Studies Seventh and Eighth Grades 'KT LIEUTENANT MRS. RUIE PRINDLE MRS. RUTH RODIE, M.S MAX WEBER' B-S- Housemother Third Grade Filth Grade Fourth Grade NUT PICTUBEU LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT PAUL IOHN BECKER, B.S. STELLAMA, A.B. Sixth Grade Librarian Seventh and Eighth Grade English if as EIGHTH GP1 DE if Born May 18, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Rifle Club 8, medal 8. Stamp Club 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Camera Club 8. Chess Club 8. Baseball 8. IAMES E. BOWDEN Sergeant Born March 28, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Class Vice-President 8, Treasurer 7. Cavalry 5, 6, 7. Rifle Club 8, 7, 8. Cub Scouts Senior Den Chief 8. Boy Scouts 7, 8, Senior Patrol Leader 8. Cadet Clar- ion 7, 8, Art Editor 7, Editor-in-Chief 8. Chess Club 5. Auiguillette Winner 6, 7, 8. Hobby Club 6, 7, 8. Football 7, 8. Basketball 8. Track Manager 7, 8. Baseball 6, 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8, Treasurer 8. ARTHUR CANFIELD Sergeant Born October 17, 1948. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Cavalry 7. Football 8. Basketball Manager 8. Track 7, 8. GARY R. CINOTTO Private Born December 21, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Class President 8. Cavalry 8. Rifle Club 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Football 8. Basketball 8. Track 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8. DALE DIAMOND Sergeant Born Ianuary 13, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Class President 5, 6, Treasurer 7. Rifle Club 5, 6. Chess Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Auiguillette Winner 5, 6, 7, 8. lnstrumentalist 6, 7, 8. Medal for Scholastics. CLINTON ELLIOTT Staff Sergeant Born October 1, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Class Vice-President 7. Cavalry 6, 7, 8. Rifle Club 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 6, 7. Cadet Clarion 8. Aui- guillette Winner 6, 7, 8. Track 6. lnstrumentalist 6. MICHAEL A. FISHMAN Corporal Class President 7. Cavalry 7. Rifle Club 7, 8. Aui- guillette Winner 7, 8. Football 8. Basketball 8. L.S.A,C. 7, 8. WILLIAM D. FOLZ Private Born Iune 12, 1937. Entered MPMA September 1951. Rifle Club 8. Glee Club 8. Auiguillette Winner 8. QS'-13'-'l l H ,, ,, EIGHTH GH D f if IMS' ft'- u. 6 L we 106 -Q5 EDWARD GALLA GHER Private Born November 21, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Class President 8. Cavalry 7, 8. Boy Scout 7. Cadet Clarion 7. Camera Club 7. Chess Club 7. Football 7, 8, Medal 8. Basketball 7, 8. Track 7. Baseball 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. lnstrumentalist 8. HARRY B. GEAR Sergeant Born Iune 20, 1939. Class President 5, Vice-President 4, Secretary 6, 8, Treasurer 5. Stamp Club 6. Glee Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 7, 8. Camera Club 6, 7, 8. Auiguillette Winner 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Hobby Club 6. Football 7, 8, Manager 7. Basketball 6, 7, 8. Track 6, 7, 8. Baseball 6, 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8, Secretary 8. IOSEPH E. GRECO Corporal Born September 22, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Class Sergeant-at-Arms 8. Cavalry 5. Glee Club 8. Auiguillette 5, 6, 7. Football 6, 7, 8. Track 6, 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8, L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8. lnstrumentalist 6. MICKEY Gmaco Piime Born August 31, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Cavalry 6, 7. Rifle Club 6. Boy Scouts 7. Football 6, 7, 8. Basketball 6, 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8. EDWARD G. IERABEK First Sergeant Born March 19, 1937. Entered MPMA September 1949. Class President 6, 7. Cavalry 6, 7. Rifle Club 6, 7, medal 7. Glee Club 6, 8. Cadet Clarion 7, 8. Aui- guillette Winner 6, 7, 8. Football 7, 8, most valuable 8. Basketball 7, 8. Track 6, 7. Baseball 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. IRA W. KAHOUN Private Born September 19, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 8. Hobby Club 7. Football 7, 8. RONALD S. KANIEWSKI Private Born February 5, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 8, medal 8. HARRY KLEIN Lieutenant, Adjutant Born October 23, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Class President 7. Cavalry 5, 6. Stamp Club 6, 7. Glee Club 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 7, 8. Chess Club 5. Auiguillette Winner 5, 6, 7, 8. Hobby Club 7. Football 7, 8. Basketball 7, 8, most valuable 7. Track 6, 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8, most valuable 7. 1...S.A.C. 6, 7, 8, Secretary 7, Vice-President 8. All-Around Athletic Medal 7. GERALD G. KRIVSKY Lieutenant Born May 9, 1937. Entered MPMA September 1948. Class President 5, Secretary 7. Cavalry 5. Rifle Club 7, 8. Sharpshooter 8. Stamp Club 7, 8. Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 8, Assistant Editor-in-Chief 8. Chess Club 8. Auiguillette Winner 5, 6, 7, 8. Hobby Club 7. Football 7, 8, Medal 8. Basketball 6, 7, 8. Track 6, 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8, 7, 8, President 8. Instrumentalist 5. Silver Bullets, President 8. Scholastic Award 5. Pro-marksmanship 7, Marksman first class 7. IAY SANDFORD LEVINE Private Born December 27, 1987. Entered MPMA September, 1947. Class Treasurer 7, 8. Cavalry 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 7. Auiguillette Winner 4. Hobby Club 7. Track 8. Baseball 8. lnstrumentalist 4. WARREN LEWIS Corporal Born April 20, l937. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Rifle Club 7. Glee Club 7, 8. Auiguillette Winner 6, 7. Hobby Club 6, 7. RICHARD W. LOWERY Private Born Iuly 13, 1938. Entered MPMA September l95l. Cavalry 8. DONALD R. MCGUIRE Private First Class Born October l7, l939. Entered MPMA Ianuary, l95l. Rifle Club 8. Cub Scouts 8, Den Chief. Boy Scouts 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 8, News Editor 8. Auiguillette Winner 7. Football Manager 8. Baseball 8. L.S.A.C. 8. lnstrumentalist 7, 8. HAROLD F. MEYERS Private Born August 15, l935. Entered MPMA September, l95l. Cavalry 8. IERRY G. OSTROWSKI Private Born November 3, l938. Entered MPMA September, l95l. Glee Club 8. Football 8. L.S.A.C. 8. Instrumen- talist 8. WILLIAM H. PERRY Private Born Ianuary 20, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Class Vice-President 7. Cavalry 6. Rifle Club 6, 7. Glee Club 6, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 7. Cadet Clarion 7. Chess Club 6. Football 7, 8. Basketball 7, 8. Track 8. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8. if if EIGHTH GR DE if if 'W f-MUN mm 5 lrzwzv IIUREAH PARK lg 'sw' f P a .Z- l l V' tlnlrsitgfmsgil lggl 107 mt , 5 MDREAN PARK tr Nnltllrv 'V 1 EHH HTH GRADE f f IOHN K. RICHARDS Sergeant Born September ll, 1938, Entered MPMA September, 1947. Class President 4, 8, Secretary 7, Treasurer 7. Cavalry 4, 5, 5. Rifle Club 5, 7, 8. Stamp Club 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 7. Cadet Clarion 4, 6, 7, 8. Chess Club 5, 7, 8. Auiguillette Winner 7, 8. Hobby Club 7. Football 6, 7, 8. Basket- ball 8, 7, 8. Track 7, 8. Baseball 6, 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8. lnstrumentalist 7, 8. Scholastic Medal 4, 5. Athletic Medal 7. Music Medal 7. PETER I. ROOPAS Captain Born September 26, 1937. Entered MPMA September, 1947. Class Secretary 5. Glee Club 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Chess Club 6. Auiguillette Winner 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Football 8. Baseball 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. lnstrumentalist 7, 8. Scholastic Medal. GEORGE W. SAMUELSON Corporal Born March 9, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Cavalry 8, 7. Rifle Club 7, 8. Stamp Club 8. Boy Scouts 7. Cadet Clarion 8. Camera Club 6, 7. Chess Club 7. Auiguillette Winner 6, 7. Hobby Club 6. Football 7. Basketball 7. Track 7. Baseball 8. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. lnstrumentalist 6, 7, 8. Rifle Medals: Pro-Marks- man, Marksman, Silver Bullets. THOMAS SCHLEE Private Born lanuary 29, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Rifle Club 6, 7. Glee Club 8, 7. Boy Scouts 7. Auiguillette Winner 7. lnstrumentalist. WARREN R. SPARREY Private Born November 30, 1938. Entered MPMA October, 1951. Hobby Club 8. Stamp Club 8. WAYNE R. STEPHENS Corporal Born luly 16, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Class Secretary 8. Rifle Club 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 6, 7, 8. Camera Club 7. Auiguil- lette Winner 5, 5, 7, 8. Track 8. Baseball 8. KENNETH E. SWENSSON Sergeant Born luly 25, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 7, 8. Glee Club 7, 8, Camera Club 7. Auiguillette Winner 7, 8. Hobby Club 7. Football 7, 8. Basketball 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8. l...S.A.C. 7, 8. THOMAS I. TRICK Private Born lune 18, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Boy Scouts 8. Auiguillette Winner 8. Football 8. Basketball 8. Track 8. Scholastic Medal 8. PETER VACELAKOS Corporal Born lanuary 1, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Class Secretary 7, Treasurer 7. Glee Club 4, 5, 6, 7. Camera Club 7. Auiguillette Winner 5, 6, 7, 8. Hobby Club 8, 7, 8. Track 7. lnstrumentalist 6, 7, 8. MORGAN PARK 'lwsmllt f f f SEVE TH GR DE f f Aldridge. Iohn Bowden, Ierry Bowman, lohn Buckingham, William Carlin, Anthony Clark, Robert Craske, Robert Gage, Patrick Glorioso, Edward Hoffman, Iames Houlsby, lohn Hoss, Kenneth Iaile, Eli Iones, I ack Klama, Ronald Kneip, Alan Lindholm. David Madsen. Edward Marsh, Everett Mateer, lohn Miceli, Iohn Milonas, Iames Passafiume, Ioseph Selva, Andrew Shea, Iames Siwinski, Ierome Vander Heiden. Steve Vernon, Robert Widen, Arlen Wilson, I ames ll 4 4 4 4 4 109 al M U M l 'QUEENS 'WK Q F Mm Iwi, ir ir ir ir ir 110 M., if f IXT Caravette. Orlando Carlson. Iames Graves. Donald Militano, Peter Morgan. William Novam. Marvin Orr. Charles Paul. Terry Rakas, Iames Roderick. Morgan Salfran. Curtis Schillaci. Phillip Tetrev, Ronald I-IGH DE ik' FIFTH GRADE if if af Aldridge, Ieiiery Anderson, Iohn Beckwith, William Cameron, Robert Canfield, Alan Farran, lack Harmon, Thomas Hoppe, Bruce Iunkunc, Charles Kahoun, Tom Kaplas, Michael Rubenstein, Ioseph Schulman, Edward Skodon, Edward Simon, Iohn Van Dyke, Peter West, David 4 4 4 4 4 Qmmm mmp l IU FY Rl' r w Ni rg QUIZ: UURGIN FARK Q N!Mll'llF' l M I I or ir ir ir if ir 112 FOURTH AND THIRD GRAD if Blashek, Iames Buisserat, lack Craig, Forrest Franke, Clifford Frey, Iames Garrison, Terry Greiihahn, Thomas Iohnson, Daniel Ioyce, Iefiery Kuesis, Daniel McDermott, Floyd Murdoch, Thomas Oswald, Iohn Ricchiuto, Richard Swensson, Donald Coulon, William DeMet, Peter Dyksma, Thomas Enright, Thomas Gershon, Ronald Martin, Clayton Samuelson, Ieifery Van Deusen, Robert NON-CUMS IUNIUR GRADE Row 1: Row 2: Row 3: CAV!-XLR Row 1: Row 2: How 3: Glorioso, Mateer. Clark, Lt. Mayhew, Gear, Craske, Fishman. Madsen, Lewis, Vacelakos, Samuelson, K. Swensson, Stephens. Ierabek, Richards, Widen. Klein, Roopas, lim Bowden, Krivsky, Fisher, Elliott, Iaife, Greco, Arthur Canfield. Robbins, Kuesis, Rubenstein, Lt. Mayhew, Iones, Dyksma. Van Deusen. Anderson. Ieff Ioyce, Hoppe, Gage, lay Levine, Klama, Lindholm, Harman, Iim Ioyce, Kaftan. Cameron, Carlin, Siwinski, Elliott. Fisher, Gallagher, Cinollo Vander Heiden, Gurgone, E. Iaffe. 1 4 4 4 amz 5 pam, HDREAII PARK -mmm 7' 1 5 2 'Hgjmfl 113 mammmwmmnwmmmsz-5. , ,, Q.. uk ir RIFLE CLUB Row 1: Iunkunc, Hoppe. Shea, Lt. Weber, Marsh, Fishman, Ierry Bowden. Row 2: McGuire, Clark. Folz, Stephens, Carlin, Samuelson. Richards, Pcrsscztiume, Mateer. Row 3: Iafte, Kluczynski, Elliott, Krivsky, Fisher, Selva, VanderHeiden, Hoffman, Kneip, Kaniewski. ' CADET,CLZ-XRIUN C9551 swim V1 T10 .4 golfing, 5 " " 1 'lin' Q Y al ' Weil., ll4 Row 1: Ierry Bowden, Gear, Berman. McGuire. Row 2: Stephens, Krivsky, Cinotto, Elliott, Richards, Iim Bowden. CUB SCUUTS Row 1: McDermott, Demei, R. Alexander, Gershon, Mrs. Mayhew, Kuesis, L. Levin, Farran, Hayes. Row 2: Van Deusen, Frey, Iohnson. Ierry Bowden, D. McGuire. lim Bow- den, Hoppe, Iefi Ioyce, Martin, Franke. Not Pictured: Mrs. Wray, Den Chiefs. BUY SCUUTS Row1:Houlsby, Milonas, McGuire, Lt. Demos, Mateer, Craske, Ierry Bowden. Row 2: Gear, Iaife, Iim Bowden, Selva, Krivsky, Kluczynski, Trick, Clark. wen, HURGA N PARK Sign gl 4 4 4 115 gi 2 l'lblr T"' SY ? I -, lx 9 5 2.-. ir i' ir NUN-CUMS ELEMENTARY GRADE Row 1: Iunkunc, Alan Canfield, Novam, Lt. Wray, Franke, D. Swensson, Murdock. Row 2: Safiran, Caravette, Kaplas, Ieif Aldrich, Orr, Graves, Anderson, Houska. FEBRUARY NEW Row 1: Larry Levin, Cook, Berry, Corcoran, Roberi Alexander, Soper, Ronald Alexander. Row 2: Robbins, Braunstein, Rubenstein, Pacini, Gritz, Angell, Van Dyke. 116 MEN Row 1: Vette, K. Swensson. Klein, Ierabek. Row 2: Passaliume, Richards, Roopas, Greco, Ostrowski. ' ' ' ' Row 3: Iaffe, Perry, Selva, Fisher, Gallagher, Cinotlo, Krivsky, Gurgone, lim Bowden. Row 1: K. Swensson, Tom Kahoun, Caravelle, Fishman, Micelli, Passa- iiume, Vernon, Craske. Ierry Bowden, McGuire. F U U T B 1 Row 2: Lt. Demos, Ira Kahoun, Ierabek, Ostrowski, Roopas, lim Bowden, Krivsky, Gallagher, Selva, Trick. Klein, Greco, Richards, Clark, Milonas. FOOTBALL RECORD - LOWER SCHOOL Coach ..,... Li. lohri Demos, Li. l-larry Vakos MPMA. . O luriior Military .. 4 7 1951 Captain .................., l-larry Klein MPMA, . 6 Harvard ......... U 1952 Captain-Elect ....,....... Ronald Fisher MPMA. . U Glenwood .,...., 12 Most Va1uab1e .,.. ..,..... E d lerabek MPMA. .27 Williams M. A. . . ,27 Won .... 1 Tied .,,. l Lost ..., 2 Ierry Bowden, McGuire, Clark, Lt. Vakos, Gear, Fishman, Cara- 4 4 4 4 ? mm xi IMIREANVARK 'B-9'-W Q ge , J . QV 5 P f gl 117 -k i' if am! Q5 MBRGA P RK 'P ?- gf ' .'u ' i. A lllilk . f W l 18 EJHHTH GBABE BASKETBALL Row 1: Gear, K. Swensson, Greco, L1. Wray, Lt. Vakos, Ierabek, Richards, Fishman. Row Z: Art Canfield, Klein. Iim Bowden, Gurgone, Krivsky, Gallagher, ' Cinoiio, Selva, Perry, Trick. SEVENTH SBABE BASKETBALL Row 1: Glorioso, Larson, lohn Aldrich, Lt. Demos, Lt. Vakos, Ierry Bowden, Caravelle. Row 2: Marsh, Vernon, Madsen, Iones, Hoffman, Iafie, Widen, A. Passafiume, Clark. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. MPMA. Wo Coach . . Lt. Harry Vakos, Lt. Iohn Demos l95l-52 Captain ...,.... Gerald Krivsky Mosl Valuable .... .... H arry Klein Graves, Canfield, SEASON RESULTS . . .20 Williams M. A. ...Zl Iunior M. A... ..,4U Clissold ...22 Clissold . . .24 Glenwood . . . . ...29 Harvard .. .24 Williams M. A . . .22 Glenwood . . . . ...27 Harvard ...33 Iunior M. A. .. ...Zl Palos Park ri ...... 4 Lost ...... 7 1951 1951 BASEBALL Row 1: Ierabek, Richards, M. Fishman, Greco, Perry, Samuelson, K. Swensson, R. McGuire, Stephens, Klein. Row 2: I. Iglow, Palmer, T. Fishman, Meisker, Cinoilo, Wendi, Gallagher. Mills, Clasen, Nudelman, Krivsky, lim Bowden, Faure, Li. Mularz. TH!-XCR Row 1: Passaliume, Clark, Schultz, Greco, Richards, lerabek, Caravetie. Row Z: Klein, Selva, Melsker, Cinolto, Gallagher, Clasen, Krivsky, lim Bowden, Faure, Wolf, Lt. Mularz. 'E' cov 17 MUREAN PARK Q Nnlwlfv I lk a '11, rv 5 'lln'i-gif' 'l hill' ir if 11' HALLOWEEN PARTY , UANDIDS 121 CANUIDS Aldridge, letfrey .... Aldridge, Iohn ......., Alexander, Robert .... Alexander, Ronald .... Allen, David .,........ Anderson, DeWayne .. Anderson, Iohn ....,.. Anderson, Roger .... Andrews, Benny ..,. Angell, Paul ...... Arbet, Iohn ..... Avard, lohn . .. Bacino, lohn .... Baerenz, Fred ..,,, Bandyk, Edward .... Bauer, Michael . . . Bauer, Richard .... Beadle, Iames ..., Beard, Robert ..... Beil, George .....,.. Beckwith, William .... Bell, Charles .....,.. Benson, Larry ..... Berezny, Paul . . . Berman, Alan ..,.. Berry, Dennis ,..,.,, Bertash, Matthew . .. Bevans, William .... Blaske, Iames ..., Boex, Hal ....... Bort, Richard Bowden, Iames . . ., Bowden, lerry ...,.... Bowman, Iohn ......., Boyd, lohn ............ ..... .... Braunstein, S. Lawrence Brdecka, Cyril ......,. Brown, Richard .....,. Buchanan, Lenox ..... Buckingham, William . Buissert, lack .,....... Burd, Frank ,....... . . . Cameron, Robert .,.. Canfield, Alan .,., Canfield, Arthur .. Caravette, Frank .... Caravette, Orlando . .. Carlin, Anthony .... Carlson, lames . .. Casey, Franklin ..... Cassidy, Dennis ,..... Castellanos, Daniel , .. Cinotto, Gary ....... Clark, Robert ..... Clasen, William .,,. Cochrane, David .... Colby, Donald .... Cook, Michael .... Cooper, Peter ,...... Corcoran, Robert ..., Coulon, William .... Craig, W. Forrest Craske, Robert .... Craske, William .... Cresap, Dennis . .. Crilfield, George . . Dahl, lack .......... Darabaris, Harry .... Davis, Ronald .... Demet, Peter . .. Diamond, Dale . .. Dina, Richard .... Dooley, Ioseph .,., Dring, Douglas .... DIRECTORY Hllltop 5-6668 .,.. Hllltop 5-6668 ..., 10910 S.ProspectAve. 10910 S.ProspectAve. . . . . . . .. Rt. 83 and Lake St., Elmhurst, 111. . . . . . . . . . Rt. 83 and Lake St., Elmhurst, lll. 6683 .,,..,...,,,,, .. . 144 S, Wilson Blvd., Mt. Clemens, Mich. BEverly 8-1842 ,.... Mldway 3-2020 . . . PU11Inan 5-4117 .... BOu1evard 3-3386 . .. PLaza 2-0749 ....,. BEver1y 8-5700 .... BEver1y 8-7468 .... TOrrence 2-5113 . .. TRiangle 4-7585 . . . YArds 7-8055 ...... CEdarcrest 3-5505 . .. CEdarcrest 3-5505 . .. Caseville 80 ...... SAainaw 1-3866 .,.. Hllltop 5-4303 ......... Oak Lawn 2301 I-2 .... STanley 8-8099 . .. FE 4-7691 ...,..... PA1isade 5-8281 . .. Gary 5-3000 ,...,.. Vlrginia 7-6798 ..,. BEver1ey 8-0314 . .. Hllltop 5-3487 ....... CEdarcrest 3-5038 . . . PRospect 6-0915 . .. Kankakee 2-6375 .... . . Kankakee 2-6375 ..,. ...,., Blue lsland 1170 .... ,,,, Hilltop 5-6110 ...,, UN 3-8519 ...,.,..... . . GRovehill 6-1310 . . .. GRovehil1 6-4316 ..,. BEver1y 8-1442 ..... ENglewood 4-5963 . .. Mldway 3-0934 ,..... Clidarcrest 3-0654 PU11man 5-4564 ,... Hilltop 5-3315 .... Hilltop 5-3315 . . Blue lsland 5555 ..., Blue lsland 5555 ..., Gary 2-8380 ....... l0218S,OakleyAve. 69OlOglesbyAve. 37 W. 112th St. 2052 W. 72nd Place .. . 5604 Dorchester Ave. 2734W.107th St. 9652 S. Seeley Ave. .. . 14 163rd St., Calumet City, 111. 8353 Vernon Ave. ....,.......4746 S. Bishop St. 10226 S. Oakley Ave. 10226 S. Oakley Ave. Caseville Mich. 7417 Oglesby Ave. 10517 LeavittSt. . . . 8551 Roberts Rd., Oak Lawn, 111. . . . 7123 W. Roosevelt Rd., Berwyn, 111. . . . . 100 Osceola Drive, Pontiac, Mich. 4851 W. Nelson St. . . . . 761 Cleveland St., Gary, lnd. 8800 S.Wabash Ave. ........ 10535 S. Seeley Ave. 1957 W. 23rd St. 10732 S. Hoyne Ave. 9430 S. Lailin St. 6643 S. Maplewood Ave. . . 262 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, 111. . . 262 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, Ill. 12910 S. Greenwood Ave., Blue lsland, 111. 10835 Hoyne Ave. . .. . 17394 Wildemere Ave., Detroit, Mich. 5829 S. Troy St. 6210 S. Troy St. ... 9814 S. Hoyne Ave. . . . . 5626 S. Racine Ave. . . .... 7340 Clyde Ave. . 8953 S. Bell Ave. .. . 12154 Eggleston Ave. 114l6S.OakleyAve. 114l6S.OakleyAve. .. . 2260 Florence Ave., Blue lsland, 111. 2260 Florence Ave., Blue lsland, 111. .. . . . 1377 W, 20th Place, Gary, Ind. Hllltop 5-6665 ....... ,... .................... 1 0 423 S. Artesian Ave. TRiangle 4-9198 ......................,............. 8230 Michigan Ave. COmmodore 4-0367 ................................. 135 W. 109th Place 23-18-34 .........,,..... Cerarada de San Borja No. 11 Mexico City, DF. POrtsmouth 7-2153 ..,........,....................... 5543 W. 64th Place 3811 ..............., .............. 2 12 Maumee St., lonesville, Mich. SAginaw 1-2561 . .. ............... 8543 S. Bennett Ave. ESterbrook 8-7429 . .. ................. 5320 Crystal St. Hllltop 5-3744 ..... UN 7970 ......... 803 W 1 ......... PLaza 2-7500 .... Skokie 263 ...... Hllltop 5-7360 ,... BEverly 8-0616 .... BEverly 8-0616 .... c'oimi5535f5 '4-Li3Q'7' ' ' A ' Pllllman 5-9631 ..... WAteriall 8-5197 . . . . Hllltop 5-0075 ....... Bittersweet 8-3084 . .. DElaware 7-3242 .... WAter1a1l 8-3670 .... FAiriaX 4-7584 ..... TRiangle 4-2067 . .. 9544 C1aremontAve. ... . . . .. 1117 23rd Ave., Columbus, Ohio R.F.D. No. 1, Box l72B, Naperville, 111. 7000 East End Ave. . . . 9543 Lincolnwood Drive, Evanston, lll. 10521 Longwood Drive 2139 W. 107th St. 2139W. 107th St. 226 S. Miller St., Venita, Okla. 9911 Forest Ave. ...... 10130 Calumet Ave. . . . . 11422 South Park Ave. 9611 S. Oakley Ave. ...... 754 Buena Ave. .... . 207 E. Chestnut St. . . . , 10233 South Park Ave. 1465 E. 68th St. . .. . 8343 Maryland Ave. .xx hal T x Ax. N 4. xi Drennan, lohn . . . Duboise, Robert ..., Duffek, Malcolm . .. Dybalski, Martin . . . Dyksrna, Thomas . . , Eghoian, Nicholas . Eigelberner, Stanley Elliott, Clinton ......, ..... Elliott, Roger .....,, Enright, Thomas .,,.. ..... Esposito, Anthony . , . . .. . .. Farram, lack ..... Faure, George . . . Felsen Herbert ,,.., Fischer, Charles . .. Fish, Merton ...,. Fisher, Robert . .. Fisher, Ronald ..... Fishman, Michael .... ..... Fishman, Thomas . . Fitzgerald, Iohn .... Flader, Louis ...... Foerster, Robert Fogle, Dale ...... Folz, William ...... Foster, Edward .... Francis, Gary ...... Francis, Ronald ..... ..... Franke, W. Clifford ..., ..,.. Freed, Robert ....,... ..... Frey, lames ....... Frigo, Angelo Gage, Patrick ,..,. Gagnon, Norman .... ..... Gallagher, Edward .... ..... Gapszewicz, William Gardas, Edward ..... ..... Garrison, Terry .,.... ..... Gausselin, Edwin ,... ..... Gear, Donn ........ ..... Gear, Harry .,.,. Geiseman, lohn , ..... . . . . . Gershon, Ronald ....... ..... Gianacapoulos, Peter ,... ..... Gilbert, Alfred ...,, Gislason, lohn ..... Glick, Ronald ...... Glorieso, Edward .. Goetz, Albert ...... Gorlick, Arthur .. Goss, lames ..,.. Graham, Ioseph , . . . Graves, Donald .... Greco, loseph ...... Greifhahan, Thomas . . . . . . . . Grice, Donald ..... Gritz, Anthony ...., Grundstrom, Allen Gurgone, Michael Hamilton, S. Ward Hansen, Arthur .. Harmon, Thomas Hart, Atlee .,.... Hartman, Robert , Hatch, Robert .... Hayes, Sherman , Heath, Iohn ...... Hechtman, Warren Helminski, William Hermann, Frank . Heveran William Hodonos, Philip . . Hoffman, Alfred . . Hoffman, Iames . . Holland, Ned ...,. Hooning, lohn . .. Hopkins, Nicholas 124 BEver1y 8-6470 . . , Blue Island 1508 . .. HErnlock 4-2137 ..., RAdcliffe 3-9674 .... HUdson 3-4784 ..,. BEver1y 8-7262 . .. Hllltop 5-4733 ,.... Vlncennes 6-7600 . . CEdarcrest 3-2514 . BOu1evard 8-0272 . . lRving 8-5645 ..... LAkeview 5-7190 .. CEdarcrest 3-5506 . GRace1and 7-1824 . ESsex 5-6261 ...... STate 2-3085 ...... Gary 2-1644 ...... HUdson 3-3384 .,.. WAbash 2-7263 . . . WAbash 2-7263 .... CEdarcrest 3-4379 . EDgewater 4-2571 . CEdarcrest 3-0291 .,.. 3363 ............... Hllltop 5-1952 ..,.,.,. GReenleaf 5-8725 . . GRovehi11 6-5074 . . . BEver1y 8-4836 ,.,,. GRaceland 2-6485 ,.., , , . Hllltop 5-5889 ....,. Piiiifgafiis-'7e'68' f f Evergreen Park 6841 Blttersweet 8-5883 .... 1.Afayette 3-2882 . . . HEm1ock 4-7254 . . . REpub1ic 7-8266 .... Oak Lawn 15241 2 . Hilltop 5-5034 ...., BEver1y 8-2569 .... BEVerly 8-2569 .... FOrest 9-6902 ...,.... SOuth Shore 8-3997 Melrose Park 1857 . Lombard 927 ...... RAdcliffe 3-3002 . .. ENglewood 4-3187 . BEver1y 8-9887 ..... UN 2-7061 ......... Vlncennes 6-1713 . RAdcliffe 3-1630 . .. Oak Lawn 611 ,... SPring 7-6340 ...... PA1isade 5-8704 . .. BEver1y 8-2539 ,.... HEm1ock 4-5114 ,... PU11man 5-5360 ..., RAdc1iffe 3-0981 . .. CEdarcrest 3-2360 . MErrimac 7-8800 , . . Marquette 2952 ..., HYde Park 3-5074 . . 1-1Em1ock 4-8631 ,.., Hllltop 5-1042 ...... POrtsmouth 7-1775 . CEdarcrest 3-1480 ,.., ARdmore 1-8895 . . . 2368 M ...,...,,., BEverly 8-7498 .,,.. CEdarcrest 3-9053 .... Russell 8231 ....... BEver1y 8-8284 ..... GUnderson 4-2019 . CEdarcrest 3-9256 . PU11man 5-2821 .... Bittersweet 8-0675 . 8956S.Be11Ave. . . . , 2217 W. 119th Place, Blue lsland, 111. 6628 S.Map1ewoodAve. 1338W,87thSt. ..........65lE,75thSt. 2057W.95thSt. . . . . 11636 Central Park Ave. . . . .. . 7959 Sangamon Ave. ....... 9431 Racine Ave. 823W.54thSt. 3101 N. Troy Ave. . . , . 828 Fullerton Ave. .... 11348 Lothair Ave. . . , . . , 601 Demming Place 7139 Yates Ave, 172W.AdamsSt, 448 Monroe St., Gary, lnd. ...........6748 S. Yale Ave. 400 S. State St. 400 S. State St. 10559 Hale Ave. . . . . . .3008 W. Hollywood Ave. 10812 S. Drake Ave. . . . . .. 9760 Pine St., Bayoort, Mich. 10106 Oakley Ave. .. . 1505 Wesley Ave., Evanston, 111. 6l22S.Ash1andAve. 2044W,103rdSt. 4220N,KenmoreAve, 2335W. l07thP1ace 4217 North Lake Drive, Milwaukee, Wis.. . . . .................,.... 10222 Eberhart Ave, . . . . 2659 W. 96th St., Evergreen Park, lll, ...............,..,2749N.LeavittSt. 4516 N.Austin Ave. .. . 7313 S. Fairfield Ave, ..............,...4938S.HonoreSt. . .. . 8328 S. 79th Ave., Oak Lawn, 111. 9057 S. Hoyne Ave. 10636 S. Seeley Ave. 10636 S. Seeley Ave. .. .. 1325 Lathrop Ave., River Forest, 111. 7504 Colfax Ave. . . .. 1012 Broadway, Melrose Park, 111. .,. . . , 71 N. Lincoln St., Lombard, 111. 656 E. 84th St. 6643S.MaySt. 10526 S. Green St, 18010 Muirland Ave., Detroit, Mich. 7235 HalstedSt. l737W.77thSt. .... . , . . . . ., 3333 W. Washington Blvd. . . . 9536 S. LaCrosse Ave., Oak Lawn, 111. 6046 N. Kilbourne Ave, 3415 N. Normandy Ave. ...... 2515 W. 109th Place .. . 6625 S. California Ave. ... . .. 10127 Rhodes Ave. 8158 S, Honore St. 10412 S. Oakley Ave. ............. 7171 Bloomingdale Ave. . . . . 927 N. Third St., Marquette, Mich. 7317 S.BennettAve. 6407 S, Artesian Ave. ...... 10615 Farfield Ave, . ... 5802 S. Tripp Ave. ... ... 9957 S. Winchester Ave. 5446 N. Winthrop Ave. .. . 308 Stanley St., Stevens Point, Wis. 9947 S. Hamilton Ave. 9640 Emerald Ave. . . . . 6720 Hohman Ave., Hammond, lnd. 9433HamiltonAve. . . . , 4332 S. Kenilworth Ave., Berwin, lll. 10414 Church St. 10411 Rhodes Ave. 420 Melrose Ave. Hoppe, Bruce . .. Hoss, Kenneth .... Houlsby, Iohn ...... Houska, Charles .... Howes, David ..... lglow, Ronald ....... lrrgang, Ferdinand . . latte, Eli. ........ . latte, Gonzalo ...... Ierabek, Edward lerit, Ronald ...... lohnson, Daniel . .. lohnson, Edward lolly, Lawrence . .. lones, lack ..... loyce, lames .... loyce, leffrey lunkunc, Allen .... lunkunc, Charles lurka, Thomas .... Kaftan, Dennis .... Kahoun, lra ......... Kahoun, Thomas .... Kammerer, Ronald .. Kaniewski, Ronald . . Kaplas, Michael .... Karzas, Harry ..... Keane, Paul ...... Keating, Thomas . . Kennedy, Hugh . .. Kennedy, lay ..... Kioutas, Steve ...,.. Klama, Raymond . .. Klein, Harry ...... Kneip, Alan ...... Kundson, Clifford . .. Kocalis, Anthony Koester, Kenneth .... Kole, Edward .,..... Konarski, Richard . .. Kramer, Albert .... Krause, David .,.... Krivsky, Gerald .... Krizenecky, William Krueger, Herbert .... Krueger, Wayne .... Ksiazek, loseph . .. Kuesis, Daniel .... Lang, Henry .,.. Larsen, Robert .... Larson, Daryl . . . Larson, lohn ........ Lelon, Charles ...... Leimnetzer, Marlin . . Leonard, Charles . .. Letellier, Ronald .... Levin, Lawrence .... Levine, lay ....... Lewis, Warren .... Lidy, Martin ........ Liebschutz, Lester .. Lindholm, David .... Lonergan, Patrick . .. Loomis, Ronald ..... Lorenzen, Robert .... Loung, George Lowery, Richard .... Luke, Gary ......... MacDonald, Ronald . MacKimm, Alexander Madsen, Edward Magisano, Mark .... Mahon, George . .. Malysa, Philip ...... Manelli, Philip ...... Markiewicz, Kenneth BEverly 8-5327 .... HUdson 3-4923 ..... CEdarcrest 3-7628 .. POrtsrnouth 7-4252 .... BEver1y 8-6147 ..... ROdney 3-2285 .... FOrest 9-8824 . .. riiamigfis-'5445' 1 1 1 '. Q POrtsmouth 7-8110 .... COmmodore 4-4685 . . . GReenleai 5-6976 .. CEdarcrest 3-2592 . . CEdarcrest 3-3780 . . at-and Rapids 7-7918.11 ' 'H TAlcott 3-6463 ...... TAlcott 3-6463 ...... BEverly 8-6062 .... BEverly 8-6062 .... BErkshire 7-1756 .,.. CEdarcrest 3-7069 . . PUllman 5-2603 .... PUllman 5-2603 .... COmmodore 4-3557 . .. BAyport 1-8303 ..... REpublic 7-8237 . . . ARdmore 1-6894 . .. ARmitage 6-7278 . .. CEdarcrest 3-3617 . . TU 1-3770 ......... 566-I ,........,,... EAstgate 7-1106 ... Hllltop 5-37777 .,... SHeldrake 3-8709 . .. LOngbeach 1-9734 .... Blue lsland 994 1 . .. BRiargate 4-4764 . . . 6-2684 ,,........, . BEverly 8-2298 ,.... SPaulding 2-6753 . . . 2-3475 ...,.,.,,,.. Blshop 7-3603 . . . Hilltop 5-0479 ..... HUmboldt 6-0277 . .. FOrest 9-6541 ....., CEdarcrest 3-8881 .. YArds 7-9184 .....,, HAymarket 1-0249 .. Hllltop 5-5038 ..,.. 10112 Carpenter St. .... 7612 S. Loomis St. ........ 11705 Hale Ave. . . . . .5857 S. Kildare Ave. 2138 W. 110th Place ..................6830N.Lo1itaAve. . . . . 1438 Forest Ave., River Forest, 111. . . . . Perky Lodge, Key West, Fla. ....... 647 E. Hyde Park Blvd. ............. 6500 S.Komensky Ave. 9719 lndiana Ave. 2115 Greenwood St., Evanston, Ill. . .. .................. 10919 Longwood Drive 2257 W. 103rd St. 1624 Richmond St., Grand Rapids, Mich. .. . ......... 717 Oriole Ave., Park Ridge, lll. . . . .. . . . 717 Oriole Ave., Park Ridge, 111. 10870 Prospect Ave. ........... 10870 Prospect Ave. 3007 N. Mange Ave. ,... 11413 Western Ave. 9657 S. lndiana Ave. 9657 S. lndiana Ave. .. . . . 10443 lndiana Ave. . . . . 8445 Exchange Ave. .. . 6539 S. Paulina Ave. 2754 Winnemac St. ............. 2352 Thomas St. 10057 S.Morgan St. . . . . . . . . . . 12330 Whitehall, Detroit, Mich. . 12032 S. 71st Ave., Palos Heights, lll. 2466 N.L1ncolnAve. 3259W.1l2thPlace 1511 Touhy Ave. 824 Lawrence Ave. ... ... 12202 S. Ann St., Blue lsland, 111. . ................... 2212 W. Highland Ave. 66Wellington Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. . ...................... 2200 W. l01st St. l4l3N. SpringiieldAve. . . . . 711 Bay View Court, Elkhart, lnd. .......... 2642 S. Sacramento Ave. 10827 Hoyne Ave. 2501 Walton St. . 1205 Monroe St., River Forest, 111. 10051 S. Hoyne Ave. ... . . . .. 3856 S. Sacramento Ave. ..... 1960 W. Ogden Ave. . . . . 10000 Hoyne Ave. BEver1y 8-5668 .... ..........,.................... 2 122 W. 110th Place WA1brook 5-0060 ....................................... 1034 W. 59th St. 77-353 ............... lusepin Camp, Caripito Monagas, Venezuela, S. A. PUllman 5-8303 ...................................... 10852 Prairie Ave. Evergreen Park 8747 9225 Trumbull Ave., Evergreen Park, lll. BEver1y 8-7133 ........ ........................ 1 0311 Hoyne Ave. BEverly 8-7011 ..... TE 4-1273 .......... ABerdeen 4-0843 . .. CEdarcrest 3-2117 . . HEmlock 4-7134 . . . Sl-leldrake 3-6580 ..... COmmodore 4-5767 Hilltop 5-4215 ...... CEdarcrest 3-4804 .. COmmodore 4-6719 LaGrange 8182 .,.. VE 8-4466 ....... BEverly 8-0254 ..... BEver1y 8-1771 .... RAdc1iffe 3-8030 .... Hllltop 5-4020 ...... CEdarcrest 3-32-09 .. Blue Island 5896 OAkland 4-7049 . .. 946 . .......,.,.. . ......... ............ 1 0334 S. Wood St. . . . . 4089 W. Grand Ave., Detroit, Mich. 8015 S. Princeton Ave. 9921 S. Hamilton Ave. 7310 S. Fairfield Ave. . .. . . . 2041 Farwell Ave. . . . . 10053 Calumet Ave. ...... 2708 W. 107th St. 9841 S. Bell Ave. ......... 10147 S. Rhodes Ave. .......... 10215 S. Western Ave. . . . . 76 S. Sixth Ave., LaGrange, 111. . . . . 13536 Asbury Park, Detroit, Mich. 9118 S, Damen Ave. 9006 S. Hoyne Ave. 8956 S.Wa1lace St. 9932 Walden Parkway .. ....................... 2160 W. 112th St. . .. . 13150 Francisco Ave., Blue Island, 111. 4412 S. Drexel Ave. . . . . 4946 Melville Ave., East Chicago, Ind. Marsh, Everett ...... Martin, Clayton ,.... Martin, L. Stanbridge Martinec, Leonard .. Martinec, Ronald . .. Martinez, Ignacio . .. Masnjak, Donald . .. Mateer, lohn ....,. Maurer, Philip .... Maw, Charles ..,. Mazik, Robert .... McArthur, Iames McClellan, William . McDermott, Floyd . . . McGuire, Donald McGuire, Ronald McKittrick Kevin McWhorter, Robert .. Merdinger, Iohn .... Metsker, Robert . . . Meyer, Robert ...... Miceli, lohn .,...... Middleton, Kenneth . Militano, Peter .,.... Milonas, Demetrios . . Milos, lames ..,..... Morgan, William Moss, Iames ...... Motto, Frank .... Mourek, Allan Mrozek, Tommy . , . Murdock, Thomas . . . Myers, Harold ...... Nakamura, Harold .. Nelson, Edwin ...,,. Noonan, Patrick ..... Noorlag, Kent .... Novak, Donald Novak, Richard . .. Novam, Marvin ..... Nuenke, William Orr, Charles ........ Ostrowski, Gerald .. Oswald, Iohn .,..... Pacini, Peter ....,.. Pallotto, Michael Palmgren, Charles .. Pappas, George ..... Parker, Robert ...,,. Passaiiume, Ioseph , Paul, larnes ......... Paul, Terry ....... Pepper, Gerald ..... Perry, William .,,... Petersen, Raymond . Peterson, Roaer ..... Petkus, Robert .... Pipin, Frederick .... Poullman, Larry .... Preuss, William ..... Pritiken, Raymond .. Quist, Arnt ......, Rabishaw, Charles . . Rabishaw, Iames . .. Rakas, lames ..... Rentzel, George . . . . Rhoads, Bruce ....., Ricchiuto, Richard .. Richards, Iohn .,,... Robbins, Huey .... Robbins, Stuart . .. Roberts, William .... Roderick, Morgan . . . Rolfe, Robert ...... Roopas, lohn . .. Rosi, Peter ROgers Park 4-4419 Temple 6395 ...,,. Tmtmgie 4-3906 . . f L Blshop 7-7933 . , , Blshop 7-7933 . . . 20-23-99 ....... Blshop 7-1795 . .. Hllltop 5-2469 ...,, BEverly 8-8417 .... PUllman 5-1703 . .. Hllltop 5-0496 ...,. Clddarcrest 3-7639 . BEverly 8-0360 .... 3670 ............ REgent 4-1531 . .. REgent 4-1531 .... BEver1y 8-1986 ,,,. BEver1y 8-8288 ..,. COmmodore 4-5471 PU1lman 5-6657 . .. COn'1rnodore 4-7328 BErkshire 7-7933 .. BEver1y 8-8976 ..,. Vlllage 8-1680 ..., BAyport 1-2449 . . . REpublic 7-8396 . . . ABerdeen 4-4458 . . . BEverly 8-3282 ,... GUnderson 4-0148 OLympic 2-5089 . . . CEdarcrest 3-7065 .... 587Ll. ..,..... .. HUdson 3-1628 .,.. EAstgate 7-4775 . . . BEverly 8-9333 .... FOrest 9-9027 ..... TRiangle 4-1465 ,,.... COrnmodore 4-5791 COmmodore 4-5791 Blttersweet 8-4404 ,... GRovehill 6-0123 . . CEdarcrest 3-5910 7943 .....,.......... RAdcliffe 3-0011 .. BUtterfield 1-9303 . REgent 4-0784 .,,. CEdarcrest 3-6700 . RAdclilte 3-2042 , . f ' TRiangle 4-1252 . .. 4-9444 ,........... POrtsmouth 7-5795 PUl1man 5-3219 . .. BEver1y 8-0314 ..., DElaware 7-3914 . . BEverly 8-5957 .... Clffdarcrest 3-5445 .... GRovehil1 6-2509 . . CEdarcrest 3-3372 . FAirlax 4-8138 .... PUllman 5-0726 . . . FOrest 9-7495 . . . BEverly 8-8010 .,.. PRospect 6-4523 . . . PRospect 6-4523 . . . SPau1ding 2-4911 . CEdarcrest 3-2122 . 26093 ............. 508 R ....,..,,..,. LOngbeach 1-3500 5243 . ..,......,. . . 1340HowardSt. 245 Fairbanks Place, Munster, lnd. 8142lndiana Ave. 2317 S.Kedzie Ave. 2317 S.Kedzie Ave. Pasco delas Palmas 1890 Mexico City, D. F. 2802S.Mil1ardAve. ....... 10174 Seeley Ave. 9726 S. Prospect Ave. .... 11008 S. Wallace Ave. ....... 3250 W. 109th St. 9901 Oakley Ave. 10450 Seeley Ave. 210 Lockerbie Lane, Wilmette, 111. 8233 Chappel Ave. 8233 Chappel Ave. .. . . . .. 9254 S. Bell Ave. .. . 10047 S. Damen Ave. .... 10116 Eberhart Ave. .... 11117 Emerald Ave. 317 W. l03rd St. 2904 N. Merrirnac Ave. 8964 Pleasant Ave. .. . 256 Washington Blvd., Oak Park, 111. 7613 East End Ave. .......... 5835 S. Washtenaw Ave. ......... . .. 7035 S. Wentworth Ave, 10552 S. Seeley Ave. 1213 S. Clarence Ave., Berwyn, 111. . . . . . . . 5521 Cerrnak Road, Cicero, 111. 10535 Drew St. .. . 207 N. Main St., Monticello, lncl. 55E.72ndSt. 4135 N.Ker1more Ave. 1668 W. 92nd Place , . 1431 N. Lathrop Ave., River Forest, 111. 7537 S. Carpenter St. .. ...... 9703 lndiana Ave. . . . . . . . . 9703 Indiana Ave. 426 Belmont Ave. .. . 6431 S. Sacramento Ave. 10626 Leavitt St. 205 Main St. Dowagiac, Mich. 8533 S. State St. .. . . . 3710 Lakewood Ave. 13303 Carondolet Ave. .. . 2040 W. Hopkins Place 7930 Lailin St. 7205 S.YaleAve. . . . . 712 S. Burdick St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 5432 srripp st. .... 10141 Calumet Ave. .. . 10535 S. Seeley Ave. 1211 N, State St. .. 11539 S. Oakley Ave. .....2319 W. 107th Place .. . 6512 Western Ave. .. . 1638 W. 105th Place 5310 Harper Ave. 10221 Forest Ave. 412 Edgewood Place, River Forest, lll. 9919 S.Bel1 Ave. 6200 S. Francisco Ave. 6200S.FranciscoAve. .. ............................. 3705 Altgeld Ave. . . .. 480 Vicuna MacKenna, Santiago, Chile, S. A. .. ............................ 9007 Racine Ave. .. ........ Route No. 2, Box 641, Kankakee, Ill. l2lst St. and 90th Ave., Palos Park, 111. 9l5WilsonAve. ROgers Park 4-8486, I. 1.3. ................. 6204 N. Sacramento Ave. . . .... 4946 Woodlawn Ave., Western Springs, 111. . . . ........................ 10447 Calhoun Ave. SOuth Shore 8-8596 1068 .............. 1043 ....,......... BEverly 8-3343 ,... .. . . . . . . . .. 9324 50th Ave., Oak Lawn, 111. 210 Perrin St., Ypsilanti, Mich. ... ....... 10162 Longwood Drive Rosi, Philip . ..... Rubenstein, Ioe . . . Sadd, William .....,. Saffran, Curtis ...... Samuelson, G. Wester Samuelson, Ieffery . . . Scheuneman, Iohn . .. Schick, Frederic .... Schillaci, Philip . . . Schlee, Thomas Schlegel, Donald .... Schramm, Walter . .. Schwab, Melville . . . Selva, Andrew ..... Seres, Larry ..... Sesol, Larry Shea, lames ..... Shepis, Gregory . .. Shrum, Keith ..,. Shurtz, Robert ..... Sikorski, Dennis . .. Simi, Mario ....,. Simios, William . . . Simon, Iohn ...... Sineni, Robert . .. Sineni, William .... Siwinski, Ierome .,.. Skodon, Edward ..,. Skontos, George .,.. Smart, Iames ..,,. Soto, Iohn .,,..., Stokes, Iarnes .... Strapp, Louis .... Stutts, Harry ..... Swank, Iames ...... Sweeney, Donald .... Swensson, Donald . .. Swensson, Kenneth .. Taradash, Sherwin . . . Tetrev, Ronald ...... Tierney, Robert ..., Tipton, lohn ..... Trick, Thomas ,.,... Tucker, Herb ..,..... Vacalakos, Franklin . Valentine, Iarnes ...., Vallas, Elliott ........ Van Antwerp, Howard VanderHeiden, Steven Van Deusen, Robert . . VanDyke, Peter ...,,. VanStone, Robert . .. Vernon, Robert ..... Viscount, Robert .... Voigt, Norman ..,.. Voornas, Art ,... Voss, Peter ....,... Walline, Edward Walline, Robert Walls, Iohn ........ Walsh, R. Philip .... Welford, lames ..... Wendt, Edwin ....... Werner, Ronald ...... West, David ......... Westenberger, Richard Westenberger, William Widen, Arlen ........ Wilfur, Harold ....,.. Wimmer, Leonard . . . Woerner, Philip .. Young, Gerald .... Zaferopulos, George . Zaferopulos, Philip . .. Zedeno, lulian ..... . Zibas, Lew . ...,... . Zubrick, Kenneth .... BEverly 8-3343 . . . 422 .....,.,.... BEverly 8-3640 . .. REgent 4-5544 .... RAdcliffe 3-6404 . . RAdcliffe 3-6404 . . CEdarcrest 3-3355 . . . CEdarcrest 3-3760 . .. CAlumet 5-3353 . .. BEverly 8-0801 . . 7i6iR'QQQfffQ. 2789122 ......... KEdzie 3-7454 ..... ALbany 2-6452 . .. 10162 Longwood Drive 714 S. Tippecanoe Rd., Monticello, Ind. 11254 Bel1Ave. . 1729 E. 86th St. ...... 962 E. 84th Place 962 E. 84th Place . . . . 9772 Vanderpoel Ave. 9025 Latlin St. . 2721 S. Lowe Ave. ...... 8842 S. Loomis St. ....... 3646 W. 108th Place .. . Box 264, Palos Park, lll. .. . . . . . . . Beverly Shores, lnd. . 4024 W. Arthington Ave. ........ 1832 Humboldt Ave. 1-1Emlock 4-4987 ..,............ 1853 W. 71st St. 7-0727 .,..,,..... ,........... 3 41 Kent Road, Riverside, 111. SAginaw 1-4031 ,..................,..,..... 7120 Coles Ave. 5-9074 ..,......... 1053 E. Mishawaka Ave., Mishawaka, Ind. CEdarcrest 3-1424 . . . ........,.....,.....,..... 9900 Hoyne Ave. CEdarcrest 3-8887 . .. .......,..........,....... 11820 Bell Ave. MErrimac 7-1877 . . RAdc1iffe 3-3068 ,.... CEdarcrest 3-8422 COmmodore 4-3300 COmmodore 4-3300 REpub1ic 7-6777 ..,.. CEdarcrest 3-2433 . . . GRovehi11 6-3676 . 363 ............... Llncoln 9-7594 .... GRovehi11 6-9891 , SAginaw 1-5273 .. ARdmore 1-6133 .. BEver1y 8-6028 . . . LAfayette 3-8058 . . . ARdmore 1-0061 .. ARdmore 1-0061 .. PUllman 5-3944 . . . BEverly 8-4153 . .. PUl1rnan 5-2065 . . . BEverly 8-0499 . . . PAlisade 5-4789 . . . CEdarcrest 3-5883 . . . PRospect 6-8481 . . . BEverly 8-1526 .... GLadstone 3-9579 . 358-1 ...,......... MOhaw1c 4-2308 .. ED 1-8880 ........ 24-9167 ..,.,,...., CEdarcrest 3-3573 . Blue Island 372 . . . LAfayette 3-8827 . . Dlckens 2-4868 . . . BE'vi5f'19' 925276 ff A CEdarcrest 3-7536 . CEdarcrest 3-7536 . PUllman 5-1805 . . . EAstgate 7-6568 . . . 1070 ....,.,....,. MUlberry 5-8204 .. FOrest 9-9393 ..... Sheffield 10388 . . . Clffdarcrest 3-6027 CEdarcrest 3-6027 TRiangle 4-7242 .. Hllltorm 5-7217 .... 1-lllltop 5-1046 . . . Hllltop 5-0080 .,.. CEdarcrest 3-3794 . . . . 7001 Diversey Ave. . .. . . . . . 7945 Rhodes Ave. . . .. 8357 Hermitage Ave. 345 E. 103rd St. 345 E. l03rd St. .......... 6632 S. Richmond Ave. ........... 8316 S. Hermitage Ave. 1624 W. Garfield Ave. 422 Buchanan St., Belvidere, 111. 2027 N.BisselSt. 2512 W. 63rd St. . . . .9518 S. Greenwood Ave. .. . 5634 N. Kenmore Ave. ...... 11349 Bell Ave. 2800 W. 46th St. 2624 W. Gregory . . . . . 2624 W. Gregory ... 11007 S. Union Ave. 10763 Longwood Drive 10222 Calumet Ave. 2345 W. 112th St. . . . . 4855 N. Warwick Ave. . . . . 9700 Hamilton Ave. 1555 W.GarlieldBlvd. 9l27BishopSt. . . . . 7806 Cortland St., Elmwood Park, 111. ......... 139 E. First St., Elmhurst, lll. 404 W. Evergreen St. . . . . 4666 Eastlawn Ave., Detroit, Mich. . . . . . . 168 Allen St., Muskegon, Mich. 2033 W. 108th Place . . . 13159 Western Ave., Blue Island, 111. 2607 W. 47th St. ........... 2104 N. Humboldt Ave. ...... 5611 W. North Ave. .. . . . 11256 Lothair Ave.' . .. . 2255 W. 108th Place . . . . 2255 W. 108th Place .... . 12834 S. Union Ave. 3728 N. Wayne Ave. 143 Sixth Ave., LaGrange, 111 6205 Forest Glen Ave. . . . . 1401 Monroe Ave., River Forest, 111. . . . . . . . . 2601 Calhoun St., Gary, lnd. 10551 Prospect Ave. ......... 10551 Prospect Ave. 8200 Honore St. 10912 S. Washtenaw Ave. . . . . 10046 S. Winchester Ave. 2344 W. 112th St. 9822 Hoyne Ave. WAgner 4-7705 . .. .......,................ 4412 Drexel Ave. WAgner 4-7705 ....................................... 4412 Drexel Ave. . . . . . . . . . . .. . Apartado No. 7, Bahia de Caraquez, Manabi, Ecuador, S. A. WAlbrook 5-8263 ............................... 6634 S. Campbell Ave. Hilltop 5-2557 ......,..........,...................... 9036 S. Bell Ave. 127 ED WESTENBERGER Wholesaler of Fancy Meats Busmess Phone YArds 7 3840 Resldence CEdcfrcrest 3 6027 10551 Prospect Avenue Chlcogo 43 Hhnols CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF '52 MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY FATHERS' CLUB THRALL CAR MANUFACTURING COMPANY RAILWAY EQUIPMENT PLANT AND GENERAL GFFICE 26th and Wallace Street Chicago Heights, Illinois A. I. Thrall, President I. A. Thrall, Vice-President R. L. Duchossois, Secretary-Treasurer COMPLIMENTS OF FREDERICK W. TURNER. Ir. '26 G-IICAGO MILL eff I-UMBER GDMPANY Manufacturers of SHIPPING CONTAINERS 33 South Clark Street Chicago 3, lllinois STate 2-3622 HA. 7-7011 BE. 8-7011 COMPLIMENTS OF C. B. LEONARD COMPANY, INC. CI-IICAGO'S LEADING STEEL ERECTORS 608 So. Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois C. B. Leonard, Pres. Richard M. Leonard, Vice-Pres LAWN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 3525 West 63rd Street Chicago, I11. WAIbrook 5-5500 CURRENT DIVIDEND 370 - NEVER LESS ASSETS OVER 325,000,000 ACCOUNTS INSURED TO 310,000 SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ALSO AVAILABLE Hours: 9 to 8 Tuesday and Friday 9 to 4 Monday, Wednesday, Thursday COMPLIMENTS OF IDEAL LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 734l-47 South Stote Street Chicago 21, lllinois IRVIN I. NELSON, President Compliments of A FRIEND 6 CICOVSKY and SONS QUALITY FURNITURE Hardware - Paints - Radios - Electric Refrigerators Oil Heaters - Washing Machines and Televisions 1934536-40-42 West 5Ist Street Phone PRospect 6-B800-I-2 OUR GUARANTEE Each sales-slip filled out is as much our personal guarantee for the rightness of goods and prices as though issued personally. We count this personal re- sponsibility and the confidence it begets REMEMBER as the basis of our success. Cicovsky, Biederman and Cihak YOU BUY FROM US-YOU PAY ONLY TO US NO FINANCE COMPANY ISMP AUTOMATIC SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS INDUSTRIAL SCREW MACHINE PRODUCTS CO. IGS4 West 75th Place chicago 20, 111. l-IUdson 3-9855 Compliments of QUMJTV Copsisliffcs LAS M- ANY TSTEAM DOMESTIC COAL FUEL OIL HEATING SERVICE 4919 South Potulino Street Phone PRospect 6-7960-I-2 DOLLAR EOR DOLLAR IN '52 YOU CAN'T BEAT TI-IE NEW PONTIAC By KOLE MOTORS 5343 So. Ashlomd Ave. RE 7-3200 COMPLIMENTS OF ALPHA DRACO President . . , . . Frank Casey Vice-President ...., Buck Buchanan Treasurer ....... Bud Leonard Recording Secretary .... Herb Tucker Corresponding Secretary . . Iohn Tipton Sergeant-at-Arms .... . . Dick Bort Our PIZZES Are Absolutely Oven Fresh and Made to Order before Your Eyes IOHN'S PIZZERIA ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND ROAST BEEF SANDWICHES Phil Bacino, Mgr. 121 W. State Street Calumet City, Illinois Phone Torrence 10253 Compliments ot Compliments ot IAY'S POTATO CHIPS MR. AND MRS. L. WOLNIAK BOYS' WORLD Compliments ot The Most Complete and Unique BOYS' STORE IN THE WORLD Come in and GUY D. COOPER Get Your Personality Haircut ROSEWOOD INN 127th CS Kedzie Blue Island, Ill. SIZZLING STEAKS - CHOPS - CHICKEN FISH AND SEA FOOD Three Private Dining Rooms lor Sales Conierences, Weddings and Social Gatherings For Reservation Call Blue Island 1703 HOEFFEL-GOY, INC. SALES AND SERVICE GENRE I 5 9205 So. Western Avenue I-Illltop 5-5000 Chicago, Illinois 138 -..-..............................,......,.,.,,,,,.,,,,, , THE SMARTEST SHOP OF ITS KIND IN CHICAGO ----f-----.-.................... 0 'Qs f ssvmv Huis Sllillll T. SIUIISOI 0 KIIOX HATS o ARROW SHIRTS 0 McGRE60ll SPDRISWEAR Q ll0lEPR00l HOSIERY Q SWAIIII IEWEIRV Q WIlS0ll SPURIIIIG GOODS --i COMPLETE-1 Fishing, Goll Bowling, Ten- I nk, Softball, Skating and i Football Equnpment. I 'Park Here. Shop 4nvwhere" 95th SI. Uust west of Ashland! Hlltop 5-3010 DELICIOUS FOOD jl k J I-,,. 13' I I r DINE ' AT THE IIMITIIGKET . I0437 S. Western in Dinners from .SL00 A FRIENDLY PLACE TO DINE POPULAR PRICES AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT Open Every Day From II:30 to 8:00 PETER HANSEN 6. SON GENERAL CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL Prom pi, Dependable Service LINCOLN LETTER COMPANY MULTIGRAPHING I MIMEOGRAPHING 9505 South Prospect Ave. PRINTING Chicago 43, Ill. Art Francis, Partner phone- Hjlhop 5-0300 Tel. STate 2-8360 169 W. Madison St. ICE CREAM HAMBURGERS IF IT'S PRINTING Call TOM COLLINS BEver1y 8-5751 1922 Monterey Avenue Chicago 43, Illinois PALUMBO'S RESTAURANT 9657 South Western Ave. EXCELLENT FOOD Complete Chicken Dinners Carry Out Service Jerry G Chester Palumbo I-Hlltop 5-6848 Chicago 43, I11. Best Wishes BURTON THE STORE FOR MEN 3141 W. 63rd St. Chicctgo 29, HI. Compliments of DR. AND MRS. S. B. RABISHAW MARTINIQUE RESTAURANT 9750 So. Western Ave. Compliments ot IOHN SEXTON AND CO. Chicago QU, HI. Compliments ot the M.P.M.A. MOTHERS' CLUB EDWARD DON 6. COMPANY Americas Headquarters for FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT Supplies . . . Furnishings . . . Equipment for Schools, Restaurants, Clubs, Hotels, Institutions such as CHINAWARE FURNITURE GLASSWARE IANITOR SUPPLIES KITCHEN UTENSILS PAPER GOODS EDWARD DON 6. COMPANY 2201 S. LaSalle St. Chicago 16, I11. Cadillac I Buick ROY CRIST MOTORS 12914 Western Ave. Blue 1s1and, 111. SALES AND SERVICE Charter WILLETT MOTOR COACHES For Picnics, Theatre Parties, Tours Anytime Anywhere For Information Call MO 6-1492 WILLETT MOTOR COACH CO. 700 So, Desplaines St. Chicago 7, 111. 141 WITTE MOTOR SALES T11 fcl-IEVRQLETJ lin- 12742 So. Western Ave. Phone B. I. 2370 Blue 1s1and, 111. T H E S U R R E Y South Western Ave, at 105th St. FINE FOODS Famous for Chicken and Steak Dinners Luncheons Dinners Private Rooms for Weddings Parties and Banquets AIR CONDITIONED For Reservations Phone BE 8-4051 Iohn F. Ruzic, Owner-Manager BEver1y 8-4341 RUTH'S FLOWER SHOP 1985 W. 111th St. Chicago 43, 111inois Ruth Woerner BLUE ISLAND PUBLISHING CORPORATION PRINTERS - ENGR!-XVERS Publishers of BLUE ISLAND SUN-STANDARD 2350 W. Vermont St. B1ue Island Phone B. 1. 2020 BEVERLY RIDGE CLEANERS 6, DYERS 'ATI-IE ORIGINAL" Phones BE 8-2400 Stores 1708 W. 95th St. 1820 W. 95th St. 3127 W. 111th St. 11100 S. Longwood Drive P1ant 9741 S. California Ave. Evergreen Park 8400 L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CLUB INSIGNIA DIPLOMAS - PERSONAL CARDS MEDALS and TROPHIES Represented by Frank I. Guido L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 55 E. Washington Street Chicago 2 111 HOWARD L ELLIOTT SEGER ECONOMY COAL CO PLUMBING CS HEATING COAL S OIL 1318 E. 53rd St. HY 3-1965 BEver1y 8-8140 CHABLOTTESVILLE WOOLEN MILLS Since 1868 Charlottesville, Virginia Manufacturers of A Distinguished Line of 1007, VIRGIN WOOL UNIFORM FABRICS Including Top Quality Cadet Greys and Blues Used by Leading Military Schools and Colleges Prescribed and Used by the Cadets ot Morgan Park Military Academy COMPLIMENTS of the GOLDENROD ICE CREAM CO 3900 So. Michigan Ave. REpublic 7-9637 Wa1Iy's SUPER SHELL 6500 South Western Avenue Walter Neakrase Chicago 36, 111. We Deliver at All Times Everywhere Flowers by Wire All Over the World Artistic Floral Decorations DUFFY FLORAL COMPANY South Halsted Street at 54th Place Chicago, 111. Three Phones: BO. 8-1100 1101 1102 Specialized Scientific Beverly 8-4290 H1LL'roP APOTHECARY SHOP BERNARD STEUBER FLORIST HHHOP 55455 PLoWERs PoP ALL occAs1oNs PRESCRIPTION PHARMACISTS We Teleereeh elewefe We Deliver 1858 W. 95th Street Chicago, 111inois Amelia K. Sharkey, R.Ph.G. 2654 West 111th Street Chicago 43, 111. BEVer1y 8-0671 MIDWEST BAKERY IOS, Maier' prop, LACKORE-NICHOLS ci LANE FUNERAL HOME BAKERY PRODUCTS THAT ARE JUST A LITTLE DIFFERENT 1971 West 111th Street Chicago 43, 111. 2406 W. 111th St. H1. 5-5909 DeWitt Lane Society Brand Clippercratt HEm1OCk 4-6388 G O O D M A N ' S 6242 S. Ke-dzie Ave. HUNT IEWELERS FINE IEWELRY Chicago, I11. YA. 6-9141 Mallory Arrow Shirts 3106 West 63rd Street Chicago 29 STEFFENS SI-1AP1RO'S I E W E L E R S BEVERLY BOOT SHOP 1834 W, 95th St. Corner Longwood Drive 1648 W- 91531 Sf- "FROM" A FRIEND Phone Blue Island 30 WESLEY A. SMITH 6: SON WHOLESALE CONFECTIONS FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES 2421 West Grove Street Blue Island, Illinois BURKE MOTORS, INC. 6455 So. Western Ave. De Soto Plymouth Compliments of cr FRIEND PRospect 6-7187 BILL G EMMA SEREIKA RELIABLE CLEANERS PRESSING - ALTERATIONS Our Work Is Guaranteed Pick Up and Delivery Phone YArds 7-1125 Club Iackets and Sweaters SAM SANTO SPORT STORE SPORTING GOODS AND HOBBY CRAFT We Call on Teams and Clubs 6600 S. Western Ave. Chicago, Illinois 4U73 S' Archer Ave' Chicago 32' IH' A L ' S M A R K E T FRESH MEATS GROCERIES . Compllments of FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Free Delivery MR- En 6556 So. Western Ave. Chicago 36, Ill. VEE'S FOOD SHOP 35ll West 59th Street Chicago 29, Illinois Phone GRovehill 6-9515 The BETTY MATTHEWS Shoppe Featuring Mrs. Stevens Candies and Giftware 2757 West 95th Street Evergreen Park, Ill EV. PK. 7574 For Individuality in Modern Hair Styling SUNILAND BEAUTY SHOPPE l5l7 West 87th Street Chicago 20, Illinois Phone Hllltop 5-5321 Irene Marie Compliments of the ROYAL KNIGHTS OF GIBRALTER President . . Phil Woerner Vice-President . Ray Petersen Secretary . . . Don Grice Treasurer . . Ken Zubrick Sergeant-at-Arms Edwin Nelson CEIL'S FOOD STORE l338 West 87th Street Phone RAdclitte 3-9874 THE FINEST COLD CUTS AND LUNCH MEATS Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Frozen Foods Hours: Daily and Sunday, 9 a.rn. to lU:3U p.rn. We Deliver tzliliili E '152?i?i2iieiiii5iii2i2i2i2i1212fffi'i"'" smcs ies: Patronize Our ADVERTISERS ROLLINS BURDICK HUNTER INSURANCE BROKERS AND AVERAGE ADIUSTERS 231 SOUTH LQSALLE STREET CHICAGO CO. NEW YORK SEATTLE Produced by CAMPUS SERVICE Chicago ff-ufd -A--V -,1-2 -' f 'Y Q. - , .wa-mr: M Eff WMM " Q2 EQZQE 2, gh m' K 232534 22 22'3g3Ja NQ f I ' . V Wqvzzv 1494. gwnb 4666? fi jf! 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