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

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' R .l,, ii I f i ' A Q ,s ALASQI ,, A ggi? if if ir ir 1953 SKIRMISHER MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 1 lil .lfx 1873 , ,,,,f.,e,.i,,,,, WF WA 1953 '1Q: VLm V . . .f4nniuer:5alf'g, QALCCLQO - ' k 51 f f .,,-., 1 ,. .....-4 'Qtr The editors Wish to dedicate this anniversary issue to the great Y city of Chicago, in Which Morgan Park Military Academy is 1 located. m y r i f ' :tt . . .R 2 -U 2 :E 5 it M' if as V ek X X Chicago was incorporated as a village in 1838. ln 1850, the city boasted a population ot 30,000 ln 1871, the great Chicago tire destroyed 098,000,000 ot property. 300 inhabitants were killed and 90,000 were lett homeless. Chicagoans Were not discouraged de- spite this great calamity, and the city was quickly rebuilt. ln 1898, Chicago was the seat ot the World's Columbian Expo- sition, celebrating the 400th Anniversary ot Columbus' discovery ot America. The Century of Progress Exposition was held in Chicago in 1933-34. With a population ot approximately 4,000,000, Chicago is the second largest city in the United States. Chicago is the greatest livestock and meat packing center in the World, the largest railroad center, and the most important grain market in the World. The 'lWindy City" is one ot the largest financial centers of the World. The Conrad Hilton is the largest hotel in the World. The Merchandise Mart has more floor space than any building in the World, except the Pentagon Building. The Marshall Field CS Company retail store, one block square, is one of the largest stores in the World. Today, Chicago stands poised and mature, a monument to civic pride crowning the Middle West, holding Tk, - the key to the vast golden prairies surround- an ' "ale 'ls 1 A in ' L - g it. yi!! ., Il' ' ali 1 ,z , . L71 " ,p .... 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The remainder of this publication is devoted to depicting the magnitude of the city of Chicago. Since the growth of the Academy has been synonymous with that of Chicago, it is only fitting to present a few historical facts regarding the former. ln l873, just two years after the Chicago fire, the Academy was founded. ln l892, the Academy became affiliated with the University of Chicago. The institution was coeducational until l9OU. ln l907, the Academy became a military school. Park Hall and Morgan Hall, two of the original buildings have disappeared from the scene. East Hall, West Hall, and the Gymnas- ium were built during the years l897-l9OG. Alumni Hall and Hansen Hall were constructed during the years l927-31. After 8U years, it is quite evident that the Morgan Park Military Academy will always play an integral role in the Chicago scene. Michigan Ave. Cf 1 'I x E :- I J! f ii 5 Af wmmw,-ff. 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And may each one have the patience to wait for the coming of these things, with the wisdom to know them when they come. C. L. IORDAN Colonel, USMCR Superintendent COLONEL CLARENCE L. IORDAN, M .A. Superintendent MAIOR GEORGE A. MAI-ION, M.A. . Q9 sf it -' AD NISTRATIVE Major Mahon Captain Grove and Biology Class Major Gumbrell Lt. Dickinson supervises Typing Class MAIOR IOHN S. CHESEBRO Professor ot Military Science and Tactics CAPTAIN BERT E. GROVE, M.A. Dean of Cadets Instructor in Biology K LELAND A. Assistant to Instructor in LIEUTENANT IOHN L. BAER. BJL Instructor in Mathematics and Physics LIEUTENANT BURTON R. BATES. M.S. Music 1,94 , 7, if f' -' . jg " 231, LDC' jj , K1 ff! -17 fix! A LIEUTENANT SETI-I BOYD, M.S. Instructor in Mathematics MAIOR THEODORE F. FEHLANDT, M.A. Instructor in Latin and French Chorus practice under Li. Bates Discussion in French Class Lt. Boyd's Algebra Class 48?-' LIEUTENANT MR. ARTHUR c. GLESENER WINFRIED GEHTH, B.s. C.,,,,,,,,,,,,e, Instructor in Speech CAPTAIN LIEUTENANT FRANCIS S. GRAY, LL.B. WARREN L. HUDSON. M.Ed Instructor in Mathematics Instructor in English Gray Mr. Glesener Freshman English Speech Training Higher Math with Capt. .. Q MRS. CAPTAIN MR. CARL KREUTZER LIEUTENANT FLORENCE U. IORDAN. B.A. STEPHEN I. KLING Supewiso, of Buudings and DUNCAN MGCLEOD, M.Ed Instructor in Art Field Representative Grounds Instructor in J A lournalism and Spanish CAPTAIN GENE MARSHALL. B.Ed. Instructor in Chemistry General Science Class Capt. Kling Iournalism Art Class , gf Instructor in Q I A XZ X lunior English Physical Education LIEUTENANT CAPTAIN GENE Roms. B.s IACK MORENO, B.s. 1,,s,,uC,O, in Mechanical Drawing CAPTAIN GILBERT I. WALLACE, A.B. Instructor in Social Studies ufw QSM Mechanical Drawing World History NOT PICTURED: LIEUTENANT IOHN W. WOODS. M.A. Instructor in English M X N' LIEUTENANT .l ' LAWRENCE PETTA, B.A 4" Instructor in Spanish C LIEUTENANT X WILLIAM R. DUNK, M.A. VX Instructor in Speech and Ioumalism CAPTAIN MELVIN KRAUS, A.B. Director ot Admissions ,,.,,. it CAPTAIN t IOSEPH S. ZIEMBA. A.B. Instructor in Social Studies Director ot Athletics Capt. Kraus Director of Admissions Miss Hooger Superinfendenfs Office Mrs. Quance Principal's Office Mrs. Peterson Post Exchange Miss Dwyer Office Manager Mrs. Gunn Librarian Mrs. Helmreich Switchboard Mrs. Horan Dining Room Manager Miss Andrews In fi rm ary Iohn Halper and A1 Iasinski Uniform Shop Sam Terrano Barber Shop Those people whom we can't do without . . SENIORS bWV'?iSZ!?ff-M3 12553 3 x-32,3 SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS Lonergczn, Sadd, Keane. Major Mahon, Boyd, Gis- lason, Westenberger. THE SEN ICR CLASS 46'5l?4l7aQ +4 ,QP gh! swf Q my 1- ,wr Mftszrfqk if pf., 'Sf Mwpgxww L Wm. if fY jeg SP .J 439 fi -fl ,gf if fi-if A--' 'A',. ' 'x:. , 4 K V aw Q i? V A-AA-' 5 55 24 tlgv-- f 6 f Q" ,,...y",:' 'rif:. Ti , .. .: . filjif ,, Q: x,.:5:i11Erg.,:1.-:'rj . I J 'fwmvi' . 13 - .,.. -1- .f gs., ,. 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A f , The month of june marks the completion of four years of successful academic, athletic, military, and social activities for the graduating class of l953. The Seniors equalled the fine standards and traditions established by their predecessors. Scholastically, the class Was headed by Tom Boyd, Richard Brown, William Sadd, Lenox Buchanan, Peter Bosi, and Peter Stogis. Lt. Colonel William Nuenke Won most of the honors in the military field. He also Won the coveted Chicago Tribune Mili- tary Medal. Serving under Cadet Nuenke were Major William Sadd and Captain Adjutant john Gislason. The varsity athletic teams Were primarily manned by Sen- iors. Bill Westenberger and john Gislason captained the Foot- ball Team. Tom Keating captained the basketball team and Paul Keane led the Wrestlers. lohn l-looning, Bill Craske and Larry Poullman captained the track and baseball teams re- spectively. The following served as officers of the Senior Classg President, Paul Keaneg Vice-President, Tom Boyd, Treasurers, Pat Lonergan and john Cfislasong Secretary, Larry Poullmang Sergeant-at-Arms, Bill Westenberger. The Senior Class selected Major George Mahon as their class advisor. fl ir! X 1 BENNY G. ANDREWS EDWARD RICHARD BANDYX D Company Sergeant Born April 7, 1935. Entered MPMA from South Shore High School, February, 1951. lntramural Football 3, 4. Intramural Bas- ketball 3. Swimming 3. Varsity Tennis 3, 4. Emblem Club 4. Bowling 4. FRED BAERENZ A Company 2nd Lieutenant Born August 3, 1935. Entered MPMA from Dixon Grammar School, September, 1949. Intramural Football 3. Bowling 3, 4. Cav- alry l, 2, 3, 4. Class Plays 3, 4. Outstand- ing Cavalier 1. Equitation Trophy 2. lump- ing Trophy 3. Daily News Equitation Trophy 3. lst Place Cavalry Medal 2. 3rd Place Cavalry Medal 1. D Company Sergeant Born October 7, 1935. Entered MPMA from St. Rita High School, September, 1959. lntramural Football 4. Varsity Football 3. Fall Tennis 4. Bowling 3. lntramural Bas- ketball 3. Swimming 3. lntramural Soft- ball 3. Wrestling 4. Class Play 4. I AMES ROGER BEADLE D Company Sergeant Born August 13, 1935. Entered MPMA from Caseville, Michigan, September, 1951. Rifle Club 3. 25 was , 1 rf Y . ,.... V51 W A IOHN THOMAS BOYD LENOX BROWN BUCHANAN D Company Ist Lieutenant Born October 23, 1935. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Guardians 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class Sgt-at-Arms 1, Vice-President 4. Frosh- Soph Club President 2, 3. Vice-President oi Guardians 4. ARTHUR RICHARD BROWN B Company Captain Born November 11, 1935. Entered MPMA from Marquette Grammar School, Septem- ber, 1950. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Var- sity Football 4. Bowling 3, 4. Bowling Secretary 4. Softball 3, 4. Company Bas- ketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Emblem Club 4. Guardians 4. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Upper 1070 Scholastic 3, 4. Fathers' Club Achievement Medal 3, 4. Hdq. Company Captain Born September 4, 1935, Entered MPMA trom Sutherland Grammar School, Ianuary, 1949. lntramural Football 2. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 1, 2. lntramural Softball 1, 2, 3. Academy News l, 2, 3, 4, Medals 1, 2, 3. Skirmisher 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 2, 3, 4, Editor Emeritus 4, Medals 2, 3. Camera Club 1, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Quill and Scroll 2, 3, 4. Color Guard 3. Boys' State 3. DANIEL IOSE CASTELLANOS C Company Sergeant Born September 15, 1933. Entered MPMA from FrancoeEspanol, Mexico, September, 1950. Bowling 3. Swimming 3, 4. Chess Club 4. Camera Club 3, 4. Cavalry 4. WILLIAM IOOR CRASKE MALCOLM MATTHEW DUFFEK D Company Captain Born April 28, 1935. Entered MPMA from Harvard School for Boys, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 1, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. lntramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. lntramural Softball 2. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Guardians 4. Class Play 4. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 1, 2. Fathers' Club Medal. Class Vice-President 2. Color Guard 3. Q! 0-24-1 57 ' ,or-ddr M THEODORE HUDSON DI R C Company Sergeant Born luly 12, 1935. Entered MPMA from Atlanta Military Academy, September, 1952. Touch Football 4. Company Soft- ,Q-a-m.a,,. ball 4. A M,-4-74' ' -53-,ai C Company Znd Lieutenant Born May 27, 1935. Entered MPMA from Marquette Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Bowling 3, 4. Frosh- Soph l, 2. lntramural Softball 3, 4. Em- blem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 3. Gold Wreath 3. Color Guard 3. .X DONALD MARTIN DYBALSKI Hdq. Company Znd Lieutenant Born March 21, 1936. Entered MPMA from St. Kilian Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Bowling 1, 2, 3, 4. lntramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 2. Frosh- Soph Baseball 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. lntramural Softball l, 2. Emblem Club 4. Skirmisher 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Club l, 2. IOHN THEODORE FEHLANDT DALE CULLEN FOGLE Hdq. Company GfSergeant Born November 18, 1934. Entered MPMA from Senn High School, September, 1952. lntramural Football 4. Swimming 4. Academy News 4, Skirmisher 4. Class Play 4. LOUIS RICHARD FLADER B Company 2nd Lieutenant Born Iuly 25, 1935. Entered MPMA from St. Hilary Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Cavalry 1. Grenadiers 4. Rifle Club 2. B Company Sergeant Born Iune 18, 1935. Entered MPMA from Bayport, Michigan High School, February 1952. RONALD WIGGINS FRANCIS C Company 1st Lieutenant Born Iuly 27, 1935. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, September, 1949. lntramural Football 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 1, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1. Intramural Softball 2. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Academy News 1. Slcirmisher 2, 3, 4, Business Manager 2, 3, Editor 4, Honor Award 2, 3. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 3, 4. EDWARD FRANCIS GARDAS IOHN ROGER GISLASON C Company 1st Lieutenant Born Ianuary 6, l935. Entered MPMA trom St. Ioseph Grammar School, September, 1949. Intramural Football I, 2, 3. Bowling l, 2. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3. Frosh- Soph Track l. Honor Society 3, 4. Acad- emy News l, 2. Camera Club l, 2, 3. Cavalry l. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. EDWIN ALBERT GAUSSELIN D Company T!Sergeant Born February 17, l935. Entered MPMA trorn St. Ignatius High School, September, l95l. Intramural Football 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 3, 4. Varsity Track 4. Intra- mural Sottball 3. Hdq. Captain Adjutant Born lune 28, l935. Entered MPMA trom Dixon Grammar School, September, l949. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Bowling 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 2, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Base- ball 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Academy News 2, 3. Camera Club 3, Treasurer 3. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Tribune Medal 3. All- around Medal 2, 3. Gold Wreath 3. Class Secretary-Treasurer l, Treasurer 4. Boys' State 3. Cheerleader 3. ARTHUR CHARLES GORLICK C' Company 2nd Lieutenant Born lune 14, l935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, l949. Intramural Football l, 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling l, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Swim- ming l, 2. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2. Intra- mural Sottball l, 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3, 4. Academy News l, 2, 3. Class Play 3, 4. Q SQL V H 3? f 51.35 Q24 AE ,gist i , N A -I X 1 1 I iii -I. , .1vwgg,g55?i.5gHyfA.L, , t5g3f5gQf5,nyx's5Jgww 'Q vfgsszgsuw 1 - if f .pe 'fi gil r5gE55f5gi55Qfg,4:..?g 4. i ma is 4:5 fi iii? vsgiefksiiiift' 4 shfkrsgegfgg- I Isffftslm Sam My Qsmsw Q Mfgizfsiszbfi-H53 , wi. . ass we mi. wifi fffiwfimb :gsxmiii ssrsgwim i vsggszggi 3,625 Q 55425 i i?3:' Nf:vr25l 5 75532 1fSXi1s gg?ii?: ri fifsf . Fw, 1. ws 1 it fpm. " 0 " X ' 1 5' "2 2. 5 ??Sr,3?g5f,0'gfgzf22'SS'??:r 'Tri Q4 .. in ,fi ..-. , . ww 5 5:1 ,Q Q Mr, nw. g r Va 3 E Q 3? 3,3-1 --'- s ' fre.: Z .6 xxx' my if P I fibyiiifi -1 - i 5. 9 I Holy Name Cathedral g f? , A it .ig Hg it . 'wmexES7imwwT',mWW.ir' f E' fum . . , - W,u .... .... M IOHN PETER HOONING RONALD NATHAN IGLOW B Company 2nd Lieutenant Born May 2, 1935. Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, September, lQ4Q, Frosh-Soph Football 2. lntramural Football l, 3, 4. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 1, 2. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2, Most Valuable 2. Varsity Track 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Club 1. Class Secretary 2. DAVID C. HOWES Hdq. Company PfSergeant Born March 9, 1936. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1949. Varsity Football 4. Intramural Football 1, 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Frosh- Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Em- blem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Class Play 4. y zvrmwc awww D Company 1st Lieutenant Born December 26, 1935. Entered MPMA from Edgebrook Grammar School, Septem- ber, 1949. Varsity Football 3, 4. lntra- mural Football 2. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Bowling 1. Frosh- Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Camera Club 1. Guardians 4. Class Play 3. Rifle Club 1. FERDINAND CHARLES IRRGANG Hdq. Company Sergeant Born August 23, 1935. Entered MPMA from Oak Park High School, February, 1951. Swimming 2. Cavalry 2, 3, 4, Klein Me- morial Trophy 3. Bugler 4. HARRY GEORGE KARZAS THOMAS EDWARD KEATING A Company Sergeant Born December 3l, l934. Entered MPMA from Amundsen High School, September, 1949. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Frosh-Soph Track 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Head Waiter 4. PAUL IAMES KEANE C Company Captain Born May 23, l934. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, l949. Frosh-Soph Football l. lntramural Foot- ball 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling l, Most Valuable l. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Presi- dent 4. Frosh-Soph Club l. Guardians 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Class Vice-Presi- dent l, President 2, Secretary 3, President 4. Hdq. Company Captain Born March 25, l935. Entered MPMA from Fernwood Grammar School, February, l949. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l. Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2, Most Valuable 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Captain 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Skirmisher 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 4, Medal 4. Class Play 3, . Color Guard 2, 3. Gold Wreath 3. WAYNE CLIFFORD KNUDSON Hdq. Company MfSergeant Born March 26, 1935. Entered MPMA from Greenwood Public School, Blue lsland, September, 1949. intramural Football l. lntramural Basketball l. Camera Club 2, 3 4. Class Play 3, 4. Bitle Club l, 2, 3, 4. Biile Team 3, 4. Pro-Marksman 3, Sharp- shooter 3. 1 31 2 -if 5' 1,1 . , 1 IS? ' ,MW XV .1 KENNETH OLIVER KOESTER WAYNE IOE KRUEGER As Company 1st Sergeant Born March 16, 1936. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, September, 1949. Intramural Football 1, 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Basketball 1. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1. Varsity Base- ball 3, 4. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 3. Academy News 4. EDWARD CHARLES KOLE C Company S!Sergeant Born September 15, 1934. Entered MPMA trom Sutherland Grammar School, Febru- ary, 1949. lntramural Football 1, 2. Fall Tennis 2. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Bowl- ing l, 2, 3, 4. Swimming 2. Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3. Cavalry 1, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Bitle Team 4. Fourth Presbyterian Church B Company Ist Sergeant Born September 1l, 1935. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, Septem- ber, l949. Intramural Football 3. Frosh- Soph Wrestling 1, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Bowling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Frosh- Soph Club 2, 3. Skirmisher 3, 4, Business Manager 4. Class Play 3, 4. ROBERT MURRAY LARSEN Hclq. Company Sergeant Born October 31, 1935. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football l. Varsity Football 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2, Captain 2, Most Valuable 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. Frosh-Soph Club l. Class Play 3, 4. MARLIN HERMAN LEIMNETZER A Company TfSergeant Born October 24, 1935. Entered MPMA from Evergreen Park Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Bas- ketball 1, 2. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Var- sity Wrestling 3. Bowling 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Emblem Club 3, 4. Grenadiers 3, 4. CHARLES BUDDY LEONARD S tatt Ist Lieutenant Born December 7, 1934. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, Febru- ary, l949. Frosh-Soph Football 1. Varsity Football 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1. Var- sity Basketball 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track l. Varsity Track 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Guardians 4. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. PATRICK MAURICE LONERGAN C Company 1st Sergeant Born Iune 9, 1935. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Bowling 4. lntramural Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4, Business Manager 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Club 1, 2. Academy News 4. Skir- misher 4. Class Play 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4. STEPHEN CHARLES MALLEN A Company Sergeant Born November 14, 1935, Entered MPMA from Austin High School, September, 1952. lntramural Softball 4. Class Play 4. 33 RONALD Hdq. Company 1st Lieutenant Born lanuary l7, 1935. Entered MPMA from Spry Grammar School, September, l949. Frosh-Soph Football l. lntramural Football 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Basketball l. Frosh-Soph Wrestling l. Varsity Wres- tling 3. Swimming l. Frosh-Soph Track l. Intramural Softball l, 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Bugler 3. IGNACIO X. MARTINEZ A Company Sergeant Born December l8, l933. Entered MPMA from Colezio Americano School, Mexico. September, l95l. Bowling 3. lntramural Softball 3, 4. Cavalry 3, 4. Class Play 4. Rifle Club 4. IOSEPH MARTINEC PHILIP LAIRD MAURER Stat! 1st Lieutenant Born lanuary l7, l935. Entered MPMA from Vanderpoel Grammar School, Febru- ary, I949. Intramural Football 2. Bowling l, 2, 3, 4. lntramural Basketball 2. Frosh- Soph Track 2. lntramural Softball l, 2, 3. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Club 1, 2. CHARLES DONALD MAW Hdq. Company Captain Born luly 2, 1935. Entered MPMA from Brennan Grammar School, September, 1949. Intramural Football l, 2. Bowling l, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Basketball l, 2. Frosh-Soph Track l, 2. lntramural Softball 2. Class Play 3, 4. Rifle Club l, 2, 3, 4, President 3. Rifle Team, Captain 4. Ameri- can Legion Rifle Medal 2, 3. ROBERT ALEXANDER MAZIK IOHN GEORGE MERDINGER A Company Captain Born March 25, l935. Entered MPMA from Mt. Greenwood Grammar School, Septem- ber, l949. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 4. Intramural Football 3. Intra- mural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball I, 2, Most Valuable 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2. Em- blem Club 3, 4. Class Play 4. ROBERT CHAPLIN MCWHORTER A Company 1st Lieutenant Born August 2, 1935. Entered MPM!-X from Sutherland Grammar School, February, 1949. Varsity Football 4. Intramural Foot- ball l, 2, 3. Fall Tennis l, 2. Frosh-Soph Basketball I. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3. Bowl- ing l, 4. Intramural Basketball 2, 3. Var- sity Track 3. Intramural Softball 2, 3, 4. Varsity Tennis l, 2, 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club l. Class Play 3, 4. D Company Znd Lieutenant Born luly 24, 1935. Entered MPMA from Bennett Grammar School, September, l949. Intramural Football I, 2, 3, 4. Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Swimming l, 2. Frosh- Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Emblem Club 4. ALLAN PAUL MOUREK A Company Sergeant Born March 8, l935. Entered MPMA from Wilson Grammar School, September, l949. Intramural Football 2, 3. Fall Ten- nis l. Varsity Wrestling 3. Intramural Basketball I, 2. Swimming l, 2. Frosh- Soph Track l, 2. Intramural Softball I. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2, 3, 4. Cavalry l. Grenadiers 2, 3. , Mft, WILLIAM LEONARD NUENKE CHARLES ALAN PALMGREN Hdq. Company Lt. Colonel Born Iuly 23, 1935. Entered MPMA trom Marquette Grammar School, September, 1949. Intramural Football l, 2, 3, 4. Fall Tennis 3. Bowling 2, 3, 4. Intramural Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Academy News 4. Guardians 2, 3, 4, Presi- dent 4. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Class Presi- dent 3. Tribune Medals 2, 3. Fathers' Club Medals 1, 2, 3. Boys' State 3. V.M.I. Medal 3. Gold Wreath 2, 3. Veteran ot Foreign Wars Medal 3. Outstanding Military Cadet l, 2, 3. Scholarship Medal 3. MICHAEL ALLEN PALLOTTO D Company 2nd Lieutenant Born October 24, 1935. Entered MPMA from St. Kevin Grammar School, Septem- ber, 1949. Varsity Football 3. Intramural Football 1, 2, 4. Frosh-Soph Track 1, 2. Intramural Softball 2. Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 1, 2. Bowling 4. Hdq. Company Znd Lieutenant Born February 27, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1949. Intramural Football 1, 2, 3. Bowling 2, 3, 4. Swimming 1, 2, 3, Intramural Sott- ball l, 2. Skirmisher 4. Camera Club 4. Cavalry 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4, Grenadiers 2, 3, 4. Rifle Club 4. Gold Wreath 2. GERALD FRANCIS PEPPER B Company 2nd Lieutenant Born October ll, 1935. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, Sep- tember, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1. Var- sity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball 1, 2. Intramural Basketball 2, 3. Frosh- Soph Baseball l, 2, Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 1, 2. Grenadiers 3. LARRY PETER POULLMAN HUEY PETER ROBBINS C Company Sergeant Born Iuly 27, l935. Entered MPMA from Kenwood Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Foot- ball 3, 4. lntramural Football l. Frosh- Soph Wrestling l, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Bowling 4. lntramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2, Captain 2. Var- sity Baseball 3, 4, Captain 4. Emblem Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Frosh-Soph Club l, 2, 3, Sgt-at-Arms 3. Class Treasurer 3. CHARLES WEIL RABISHAW A Company Ist Lieutenant Born August 3, 1935. Entered MPMA from Marquette Grammar School, September, l949. lntramural Football l, 2, 3, 4. lntra- mural Basketball l, 2. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4, Business Manager 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling Manager l. Varsity Wrestling Manager 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Academy News l, 2, 3, 4, Silver Award 3. Slcirmisher 3. Senior Play 4. Northwestern University, Chicago B Company SfSergeant Born April 23, l936. Entered MPMA from Gulf Coast Military Academy, September, l95l. Varsity Football 3. Bowling 3. ln- tramural Basketball 3. Swimming 3, ln- tramural Softball 3. Academy News 4. Skirmisiher 3. Class Play 3. WILLIAM FREDERICK ROBERTS Hdq. Company M,fSergeant Born December 28, l935. Entered MPMA from Lyons Township High School, Sep- tember, l95l. lntramural Football 3. In- tramural Basketball 3. Chess Club 4. Class Play 3. 1-H03 PETER SHAMBAUGH ROSI DENNIS EDWARD SIKORSKI Hdq. Company Znd Lieutenant Born March 4, l937. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, September, l949. Swimming 3. Honor Society 3, 4. Academy News 1, 2, 3, 4, Editor 3, 4, Award l, 2, 3, 4. Chess Club l, 4. Cavalry 1. Grenadiers 3. Rifle Club l. Glee Club l. Stamp Club 1. Drama Club 2, Debate Club 2. Fathers' Club Award l, 2. Har- vard College Book Award 3. Annie E. Heath Mathematics Award 3. Illinois State Latin Contest, lst Place, Chicago Division. Wreath 2. WILLIAM WHEELER SADD Hdq. Company Major Born May 2, l935. Entered MPMA from Clissold Grammar School, September, l949. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. lntramural Football l. Varsity Wrestling Manager 3. lntramural Basket- ball l, 2, 3. Golf l, 2, 3, 4. Honor Society 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Academy News 2, 3, Co-Editor 3, Silver Medal 2, Gold Medal 3. Guardians 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 3, 4. Class Treasurer 2, Secretary 4. Semper Fidelis Medal 3. Tribune Silver Medal 2. Fathers' Club Bronze Medal 2, Gold Medal 2. Scholarship Medal l, 2, 3, 4. Hclq. Company S!Sergeant Born lune 23, l936. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, l949. Frosh-Soph Football 2. lntramural Foot- ball l, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basketball l, 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Bowling 4, lntra- mural Basketball 3. Swimming 1. Frosh- Soph Track l, 2. Varsity Track 4. lntra- mural Softball 3. Frosh-Soph Club 2. Academy News 4. Cavalry l, 3. Music Award l. MARIO IOHN SIMI B Company Ist Lieutenant Born November l3, 1933. Entered MPMA from St. William Grammar School, Septem- ber, l949. Frosh-Soph Football l, 2. Var- sity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling l, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Bowling 4. Frosh- Soph Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sgt-at-Arms 3. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 3, 4. Class Sgt-at- Arms 2, 3, I-lead Waiter 4. Mmm, 'ww- Qgg ,ff ' ,. ,. . . 1" as 'iw 54 .I J ,bike ,H 4, we f it 3343s . g fsasltft if i 41 it L-', S ROBERT SINENI GEORGE IOHN SKONTOS C Company Sergeant Born February 2, 1935. Entered MPMA from Fenger High School, February, 1951. Varsity Football 3. lntramural Football 4. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. lntramural Soft- ball 3, 4. Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3, 4. WILLIAM LOUIS SINENI A Company Sergeant Born February 2, 1935. Entered MPMA from Fenger High School, February, 1951. Varsity Football 3, 4. Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. lntramural Softball 3, 4. Emblem Club 4. Class Play 3, 4. A Company SfSergeant Born March 25, 1936. Entered MPMA from Fulton Grammar School, February, 1950. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 1, 2. Bowling 4. lntramural Basketball 3. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Ern- blem Club 4. Academy News 3. Skir- misher 3, 4. Class Play 4, PETER DOUGLAS STOGIS A Company Znd Lieutenant Born April l, 1936. Entered MPMA from McKay Grammar School, February, 1950. lntramural Football 2, 3. Fall Tennis 2, 3, 4. lntramural Softball 1. Varsity Tennis 3, 4. Glee Club 1, 2, Medal 1. Rifle Team 4. Emblem Club 4. Academy News 2, 3, 4. Slcirmisher 4. Chess Club 4. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 3, 4. Rifle Club 3, 4, Vice- President 4. Scholastic Medal 3, 4. 2192 DOUGLAS IAMES STOKER HOWARD PAUL VAN ANTWERP B Company .... SfSergeant Born Iune 13, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football l. Intramural Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Bowling 3, 4. Swimming 1, 2. Frosh-Soph Track 2. G-renadiers 3, 4. Rifle Club l. HERBERT EDWARD TUCKER Hdq. Company Ist Lieutenant Born Iuly 2, 1935. Entered MPMA from Sutherland Grammar School, February, 1949. Intramural Football l, 2, 3. Frosh- Soph Basketball l, 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball l, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Emblem Club 3, 4. Frosh- Soph Club 2. D Company T!Se1geant Born December 30, 1933. Entered MPMA from MPMA Lower School, September, 1949. Intramural Football l, 2, 3. Fall Tennis l, 2. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 2. Bowl- ing l, 2, 4. Intramural Basketball l, 2. Swimming 1, 2, 3. Intramural Softball 1, 2. Chess Club 1. Camera Club 1, 2. Cavalry l, 2. Class Play 3, 4. Grenadiers 2, 3. Rifle Club 1, 2, 3. ART MICHAEL VOORNAS C Company Sergeant Born December 4, 1934. Entered MPMA from Young Grammar School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Foot- ball 3. Intramural Football l. Intramural Basketball4. Frosh-Soph Baseball 2. Var- sity Baseball 3. Frosh-Soph Club 3, Presi- dent 3. Class Play 3, 4. Class Vice-Presi- dent 3. WILLIAM IOHN WESTENBERGER GERALD RAYMOND YOUNG B Company PfSergeant Born April 15, 1935. Entered MPMA from MPIVIA Lower School, September, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2, Captain 2. Var- sity Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Most Valuable 4. Frosh-Soph Wrestling 1, 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Intramural Basket- ball 1. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1. Frosh- soph Track 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Emblem C1ub2 3 4 Secretar 4. Frosh-So hC1ub 1 1 1 Y 19 1. Class Play 4. Class Sgt.-at-Arms 4. HAROLD NELSON WILFUR Hdq. Company Sergeant Born October 29, 1935. Entered MPMA from 1949. MPMA Lower School, September, Intramural Football 1, 2, 3, 4. Bowl- ing 1, 2, 3. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3. Intramural Softball 1, 2, 3, 4. Class Play 3. Rifle Club 2, 3. C Company S!Segeant Born February 4, 1935. Entered MPMA from Fenger 1-ligh School, September, 1951. Intramural Football 3. Fall Tennis 4. Var- sity Wrestling 3. Class Play 4. GEORGE NICK ZAFEROPULOS Hdq. Company Znd Lieutenant Born August 25, 1935. Entered MPMA from Shakespeare Grammar School, Sep- tember, 1949. Frosh-Soph Football 1, 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Wres- tling 2. Varsity Wrestling 3. Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1, 2. Varsity Baseball 3, 4. Swimming 1. Emblem Club 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2, 3. Class Play 3, 4. Bowling 4. IULIAN IOSEPH ZEDENO A Company SfSergeant Born November 21, 1934. Entered MPMA from Colegio-Christobal-Colon, Equador, September, 1950. Frosh-Soph Football 2. Varsity Football 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Basket- ball 2. Varsity Basketball 3, 4. Intramural Basketball 1. Frosh-Soph Baseball 1, 2. Varsity Track 3, 4. Emblem Cluk 3, 4. Frosh-Soph Club 2. 41 IUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Row 1: Voss, Lt. Woods. Caravette, Gilbert. Row 2: Stokes. Fitzger- cxld. THE I UN ICR CLASS . 41.1575-'K .wr - ' s..,:ui, Pvx.eM-rg W W '14 . ...IN . ic i VW, , 4 . .. ' .M ,.., 'wr sit l 'FQ' Wx' 'v"""fgf Mmm PM? sqm S555 . X K ay s.:,s.:e.5-,E ,zz gwg- V' , - gr, Vw E 4: H -'fair fm, i f f - Q - - L' sz.-A N ""- 1-2, i'!'2' .fK5:".F'5Hn ' W" ' - ,. A-f.1 efrwrr -faves,-. emma ., .,.... T T 4 ,V Q SQ ' -1. .: rm is W ' ...EEQII',I3i?fQEf.5il52i3!Q:IfI,'ZQ:IiE fri if Nftzqgyie ,. Za- fi' it W Msgs "" I . --if WK lfift'5EEf 2. 'G Y tk I 5 'T 5 11 v-,- www The Class of l954 Was Well represented in all phases of activity on the academy campus. Their versatility in all fields indicates their readiness to step into the shoes of the out-going Senior Class as the traditional leaders of the campus. Iim Goss, lohn Larson, Iohn Fitzgerald, Ed Walline, and George Mahon led the class in scholastic achievement. Many members of the class earned the rank of sergeant in the military field. The social highlights for the class were their presentations of an "Evening of Theater", three one-act plays presented in December, and the lunior-Senior Prom held in May. Pete Voss, Al Gilbert, Bob Freed, George Mahon, and Roger Peterson saw much action on the football field. Al Gilbert, Frank Caravette, and Roger Peterson represented the class on the basketball court. Tony Kocalis, Peter Voss, George Mahon, Gonzalo laffe, and Richard Dina Won honors in Wres- tling. Ron Kammerer and Bob Freed were the leading junior trackmen. The class officers were as follows: President, Peter Voss: Vice-President, Frank Caravetteg Secretary, Iohn Fitzgerald, Treasurer, Al Gilbert, Sergeant-at-Arms, Iarnes Stokes. Lt. lohn Woods served as faculty advisor for the lunior Class. Bacino, Iohn Bearce, Larned Benson, Larry Bertash, Matthew Caravette, Frank 'urzyelkawi 4 A A. Qglawal k A M ,... M3 'fy gifs 55 i ' 'T ,,,A 'ffif' 5 A A' ff Mm, 916 gf. 'Vi X . , Q 2 V w xg' 5 , , ., , as af Cochrane, David Cooper, Peter Dahl. lack Barabaris, Harry Dina, Richard Drenncxn, Iohn Eigelberner, Stanley Fitzgerald. Iohn Foerster, Robert Freed, Robert Gagnon, Norman Gear, Donn Gilbert, Al Goss, Idmes Hartman, Robert Iaife, Gonzalo Kammerer, Ronald Kocalis, Anthony Konarski. Richard Krueger, Herbert ggi Ai '41 -, fziia 22:3 f ffgiiitlp ' i 1353593 in 12' ..,, ' 1:::. ' 15 QQ-L :I-1, K .ni Q we I if , QI ir, , Larson, Iohn Lorenzen, Robert Mahon, George Markiewicz, Kenneth McClellan, William Nakamura, Harold Nemeth, Iohn Noonan, Patrick Novak, Donald Peterson, Roger Rahke, Ronald Rhoads, Bruce Riggs, Ronald Roberts, Charles Schick, Frederick Shrum, Keith Stokes, Iames Strapp, Louis Valentine, Iames Vallas, Elliott Van Stone, Robert Voss, Peter Walline, Edward Wilmes, Glen Zaleropulos, P. Zihas, Lew. Not Pictured: Elliott, R. Speakman, E. vm The Sophomore Class contributed greatly to a successful year in all fields of endeavor. The academic leaders were Bobert Walline, Ed lohnson, lay Kennedy, Len Martinec, and Phil Manelli. The successful Frosh-Soph football team Was almost en- tirely manned by sophomores. Bon Loomis, George Faure, and George Beil saw much action With the varsity basketball team. Dave Krause, Fred Pipin, and Bob Viscount Won Varsity letters in Wrestling. The class elected the following officers: President, Len Martinec, Vice-President, Fred Piping Treasurer, Phil Manellig Secretary, lohn Schueneman, Sergeant-at-Arms, Bon Loomis. The class also selected Captain Bert Grove as their class advisor. SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Mcmelli, Captain Grove, Ron Loomis. Fred Pipiu. ,NotPiciurec1: L. Martinec, Schuenemcm. THE SOPHGMORE CLASS 45 Row 1: Anderson, DeWayne: Arbet, Iohn: Avard, Iohn Bauer, Richard: Beard, Robert: Cassidy. Dennis Clasen, Wilbert: Diamond, Dale: Eghoian, Nicholas: Esposito, Anthony: Faure, George. Row 2: Felsen, Herbert: Fischer, Charles: Fishman, Thomas: Frigo, Gene: Grundstrom, Allen: we Hamilton, S. Ward: Hansen, Arthur: Hermann, Frank: Hodonas, Phillip: Holland. Ned: Iohn- son, Edward. Row 3: Iohnson, Iames: Iurka, Thomas: Kennedy, lay: 4 ' i'l"' 5 il K I: Krause, David: Lang, Henry: Lelon, Thomas: Q 'W Loomis, Ronald: McArthur, Iames: MacDonald, I 1 Ronald: MacKimm, Alexander. . 5212- .Pig ' " ' z 'Z' Row 4: Manelli, Phillip: Martinec, Leonard: Martin, Stanbridge: McGuire, Ronald: Metsker, Robert: ' Milos, Iames: Moss, Iames: Motto, Frank: Noorlag, Kent: Novak, Richard. Row 5: Pappas, George: Paul, Iames: Pipin. Frederick: Pruess, William: Rabishaw, lames: Rosi, Philip: Schlegel, Donald: Schueneman, Iohn: Schwab. Melville: Seres, Larry. Row s: smith, Alden: Stehlik, Charles: swfmk. Iames, ' ' ' Taradash, Sherwin: Viscount, Robert: Walsh, Philip: Walline, Robert: Wendt, Edwin: Wim- . ' mer, Leonard: Zaccari, Ierome. Quiz K: Z, 'V' 2553 , NOT PICTURED: -2f-1- Z.. -,,.,,, Beil, George: Heath, Howard: Freeman, Robert: ,h Malysa, Philip: Naudin, Edward. I 'Z it 'Y f ' 'A 'J i ., 1 , ' f-gg I A VFW 2 . ..yt .sa P A 5' ,gg f Qf 'if 'F uw , , ' . '17 3 U wwf Kg? "WW 55 2. 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THE FRESI-IMAN CLASS 48 The Freshman Class heralded its entry in the Academy with an outstanding contribution to extracurricular activities and scholastic achievement. Ed Gallagher, lerry Krivsky, Harry Klein, and Warren Rusgis Won letters on the highly successful Frosh-Soph football team. Warren Rusgis was selected to captain next year's eleven. The Freshman Class was Well represented on the basket- ball team by Harry Klein, Mike Fishman, lack Peterson, and Ierry Krivsky. Scholastic leaders in the class included Charles Scruggs, Kenneth Stransky, Steve Grice, and Harry Gear. The class selected the following as their class leaders: President, Raymond Regan, Vice-President, Charles Scruggs, Treasurer, lames Bowden, Secretary, Harry Klein, Sergeant-at Arms, Warren Rusgis. The class also selected Lt. Dickinson as their class advisor. Garfield Park Administration Building 6 1 W :'M g Ei., , E ZAQ - wa ggffw .,. l i vlv. E.: if ,. up W K- 1 'V W ' 45, ' , Q 'mer HW M M' Mi ' ' 2 ' . ..., 5 .giE.2:f?"'i . . ' 'B-1 ' 'HJ X , 3, K yr, als: Q S+ I s, '12 ae, -fl: .zz ,,x.,::' - 'sl yi? gl Elks' War Memorial Beard, William Berman, Alan Bowden, Iames Brown, Barry Campe, loel Canfield, Arthur Davis, Donald DeGeorge, Vincent Elliott, Clinton Farr, Kenneth Fishman, Michael Folz, William Gallagher. Edward Gardner, Norman Gear, Harry Gialamas, George Gregoire, Charles Grice, Stephen Goble, Benjamin Harrison, William Hart, Charles Hendricks, Gordon Herriott, Irving Ierabek, Edward loehnk, Ierry Iones, lack Kahoun. Ira Kaniewski, Ronald Klein, Harry Krivsky, George Lassen, Iohn Levine, Iay Lewis, Keiih Lipe, Peter Mack, Gerald Mcxrcon, Iohn McGuire, Donald Moschioni, Ronald Murstig, Warren Osborn, Harold Ostrowski, Gerald Paloucek, Iames Regan, Raymond Roopas, Peter Rusgis, Warren Samuelson. Wesler Schlee, Thomas Scruggs, Charles Smith, Robert Stecki, Edward Stephens, Wayne Siransky, Kenneth Thineman, Noel Vacelakos, Franklin Zielinski, Raymond Zuro, lack E . . .,.., ' 'Q if r a, QE 5 r , 5'2" - ' -. :C ::F5ir, 5 R ,M W Ai 1, f Q .' is sri 4- yvvn R ,,,. z,5agi,,::- , 4" ,J . . A, S 5+ . ff ,r . 55 ' if ' Grant Monument SONS OF ALU MNI Row 1: Diemer, Sadd, Keating, H. Gear. Row 2: Gcrusselin, E. Beard, R. Beard, Herrioti B. Brown. Y Row 1: Dykstra, Burge, Beshir, I. Pete n. Row 2: Hoelscher, Bingen, Taylor, Sig? Turnham, Freiwald, W. Smith. SECTIONS Iountain nf Time. Washington Park 51 THE MILITARY ii- 'N - '2 . m .52?' 'rlei ,.- X i 1 . 3 ' - 4 avi - ' . f ' . ff", I 1 1 Wife i 1 f f U K I 1 N i 1 1' W !l"" ll I A - M IIl'1"' II 'X I r "ll W '4 i i wi? SWE? gy W MURGANPARK N "llIll"ll9!6I' 1 IIIV :fi l' i 1r .i .. Major Captain MfSergea11t Sergeant Iohn S. Chesebro Howell Brock Robert Parker Al Usewicz MILITARY DEPARTMENT The Military Department did an excellent job in the conducting of all military activities on the cam- pus despite the fact that the military personnel served their initial year at the academy. Major Iohn S. Chesebro served in Trieste prior to taking over the duties ot P.M.S. 6: T. Major Chesebro also taught sophomore military classes. Captain Howell Brock served in Korea before taking over the job of Assistant P.M.S. :Sf T., and in- structor of junior military. As Faculty Advisor, Capt. Brock was responsible tor the usual fine showing of the Grenadiers. M! Sergeant Robert Parker also served in Korea, before being assigned to the academy. Sergeant Parker taught military to the Senior Class and coached the Rifle Team. Sergeant Al Usewicz took over the duties as Administrator N.C.O., and the freshman military classes. ln addition, the sergeant coached the Fusileers. Sergeant Iames Markham came to the academy during the second semester. The sergeant had pre- viously served in the Hawaiian Islands and Korea. He served as drill advisor for the Companies. wid W, s gQb my 'F' IQMQQ Gislason, Nuenke, Sadd, Leonard. CADET MILITARY STAFF Battalion Commander Lt. Colonel William Nuenke Battalion Executive Officer Major William Sadd Adjutant Captain lohn Cfislason Operations Officer lst Semester lst Lieutenant Charles Leonard Operations Officer 2nd Semester lst Lieutenant Edward Gardas Chaplain, lst Semester Captain Thomas Keating Chaplain, 2nd Semester lst Lieutenant Thomas Boyd COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Center: Row 1: Buchanan, Scrdd, Nuenke, Gislason, Leon- ard. Row Z: R. Francis, C. Rabi- shaw, R. Brown, Maw, Simi, R. Martinec. Bottom: Row 1: Keane, Tucker. Mc- Whorter. Row 2: Boyd, Gardas, Ig- low, Duifek, Craske. Not Pictured: Stogis, R, Peterson, Merdin- ger, Rosi, Dybalski, baerenz, Pcrllotto. Flader. Palmgren, G. Zaferopulos, Pepper, Gorlick. 56 Gausselin, Martinez, D. Castellanos, Dahl, Row 2: Gilbert, Goss, Fitzgerald, Bacino, I. Larsen, Voss, Caravette, Mahon Pepper, Palmgren. Row 3: Poullman, Gorlick, Van Antwerp, Irrgang, Sikorski, Mallen, Dara- baris, Skontos, Liemnetzer, Markiewicz. Row 4: Kammerer, Flader, Pallotto, Kioutas, Mourek, Koester, Stoker, Coch- Row 1: Rosi, Peter, R. Peterson, G. Zaferopulos, Baerenz, Dybalski, Kocalis, rane, Rhoads, Lorenzen. Not Pictured: Row 5: Knudson, Andrews, E. Wcrlline, Lonergan, R. Larsen, Fehlandt, D. Anderson, Pruess, Ialfe, Gagnon, Howes, W. Roberts, Stokes, Zedeno, Merdinger, Stogis. Foerster, Freed, D. Novak, Voornas. , 4 L .5 4. Row 1: Zibas, Foerster, Riggs, Drennan, P. Zaferopulos, Hermann. Not Pictured: Row 2: McClellan, Konarski, D. Anderson, R. Elliott, Noonan, Benson. Gag- Gable, Loomis, Nemeth. non, H. Krueger. Row 3: Speczkman, Lang, Naudin, Schick, Shrum, Valentine, Noorlag, C. Roberts, D. Novak. 57 l 41 A Row Row Row Row Row : Leimnetzer, Baerenz, C. Rabishaw, McWhorter, Stogis, Koester. : R. McGuire, Lewis, R. Sineni, W. Sineni, Davis, R. Novak, Marcon, Stransky. : Pappas, Zedeno, Martinez, Pippin, Cooper, Fitzgerald, Riggs, Freed, Felsen, Skontos. l 2 3: Kocalis, Paloucek, Foerster, E. Beard, Gialamas, Schlegel, Rosi, Philip, E. Walline, Castellcmos. 4 5 : Mallen, Grundstrom, Avard, Metsker, Hansen, Hoover, Walsh, Mourek, Preuss, Wimmer, Frigo. A CCDMPANY lst Semester Captain Mazik ..,.. lst Lt. McWhorter . . . Znd Lt. Rabishaw, . . M!Sgt. Stogis MfSgt. Baerenz .........,.. TfSgts. Koester, Leirnnetzer .... . 4 S!Sgts. Skontos, Zedeno ..... Sgts. Mallen, Martinez, Mourek, W. Sineni, Kocalis, Fitzgerald Corporals Pappas, Foerster, . . . . . Cooper, Riggs, Freed, Frigo Criltield .,.. ,.,...,.......,. Corporal Preuss ........... Company Commander. . . . . .Executive Officer. . . 4 . .Platoon Leaders. . , . . 4 . .lst Sergeant. . . . 4 .Platoon Sergeants. . . . .Guide Sergeants. . . . . . Squad Leaders. . 4 .Asst Squad Leaders . . . .Supply Corporal. 4 4 . . .Company Clerk. . . 2nd Semester . Captain Mazik lst Lt. C. Rabislflaw 2nd Lt. Pallotto 2nd Lt. Baerenz lst Sgt. Koester TfSgts. Mourek, Leimnetzer S!Sgts. Skontos, Zedeno Sgts. Preuss, Foerster, Mallen Fitzgerald, Kocalis, Freed Corporals Pappas, Pippin, Riggs, Metsker, Avard, Frigo Wirnrner Corporal Bearce Row Row Row Row Row : R. Peterson, Hooning, R. Brown, Simi, Pepper. : Hendricks, Grice. Thineman, Beil, Minelli, R. Smith, H. Gear. : P. Zaferopulos, Lorenzen, Voss, Herriott, Kiefer, D. Novak. Iurka, Lasson, Caravette, Mahon, I. Larson. I 2 3' Ioehnk, Gagnon, Faure, C. Elliott, Hodonas, Arbet, Schueneman, Zibas, Bauer. 4 5 : Flader, Fogle, C. Elliott, Noorlag, Robbins, Lelon, Stoker, Loomis, D. Anderson, Kaniewski, Holland. lst Semester B COMPANY Captain Brown . . . . . .Company Commander. . . . . lst Lt. Simi ,....... 2nd Lt. Hooning, . . . M!Sgt. H. Peterson MfSgt. Pepper ............ , . . T!Sgts. Plader, W, Krueger S!Sgts. Stoker, Robbins . . Sgts. Lorenzen, I. Larsen, . Caravette, Pogle, Mahon, Voss Corporals D. Anderson, . . . . . P. Zaferopulos, Noorlag, Strapp, D. Novak, Zibas R. Elliott ............... Corporal Gagnon . . . . .Executive Otticer. . . .Platoon Leaders. . ....1st Sergeant. . .. .Platoon Sergeants. . .Guide Sergeants. . . .... Squad Leaders. . . .Asst Squad Leaders ...,. . .Supply Corporal. . . .Company Clerk. . 2nd Semester Captain Brown lst Lt. Simi 2nd Lts, I-looning, Peterson lst Sgt. Wayne Krueger T!Sgts. Mahon, Stoker SfSgts. R. Elliott, Voss Sgts. Lorenzen, I. Larsen, D. Anderson, D. 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I. . , , 1 ' . j I I n ' - tt- ,Q .. , Vim., Row 1: Gorlick, R. Francis, Keane, Gardas, Duttek, Lonergcm. Row 2: Scruggs, E. Iohnson, D. Castellanos, Klein, Ierabek, Stecki, Osborn, Zielinski, R. Sine-ni. Row 3: Samuelson, Cassidy, Poullman, Bacino, Benson, Konarski,Dina, Kennedy, Lewis, Bertash. Row 4: McClennan, Swank, Zuro, C. Roberts, E. Walline, Valentine, Krivsky, Esposito, Martin, Stephens. C' COMPANY lst Semester 2nd Semester Captain Keane ........ .... C ornpany Commander ..... Captain Keane lst Lt. Francis ............. . .Executive Otticer. . lst Lt. Francis 2nd Lts, Gar-das, Duttek ,........ . . TfSgts. Lonergan, Westenberger SfSgts. Kole, Poullrnan .,.......,.. Sgts. Castellanos, R. Sineni, . . . . . . , McKettrick, Diemer, Bacino, E. Walline Corporals Bertash, McClellan, . .. . . . Benson, Konarslci, Valentine, C. Roberts Van Stone ..... Corporal Dina . . . mmm fifurw mr4mmMv- s w a , .Platoon Leaders. . . ...lst Sergeant... . MfSgt. Gorliclc ....,....,..... ..... . . . .Platoon Sergeants. . .Guide Sergeants ....... . .Squad Leaders .... . . .. .Asst Squad Leaders ..... . ,Supply Corporal. . . .Company Clerk. . 2nd Lts. Duttek, Stogis lst Sgt, Van Antwerp TfSgts. Westenberger, Rolobin SfSgts. Martinez, Castellanos Sgts. Gear, Gagnon, Bacino, E. Walline, Voornas. .Corporals Bertash, Dina, Benson, Konarski, Valentine, C. Roberts Van Stone Corporal McClellan Row Row Row Row Row 1: Van Antwerp, Pczllotto, Iglow, Crcxske, Boyd, Merdinger, Gclusselin. 2: D. Gear, Gardner, Malysa, M. Fishman, Levine, I. Peterson, Mursiig. 3: Gregoire, Kahoun, Lipe, Maschioni, B. Brown, Canfield, DeGeorge, Markiewicz, Goss. 4: Lang, Eigelberner, Wendt, Ccxmpe, Clcxsen, Goble, Taradcxsh, Motto, Ncxudin. 5: Rahke, Iaffe, Paul, Becxrce, Kioutus, Drennen, T. Fishman, Cochrane, Bundyk. D ooMPANY lst Semester 2nd Semester Captain Craske ................ . .Company Commander. .. .Captain Craske lst Lt. Boyd ........................ Executive Otticer .... . . lst Lt. lglow 2nd Lt. lglow, lVlfSgt. Merdlnger . . ..... Platoon Leaders ..,.. . .Znd Lts. Merdinger, Flader lVlfSgt. Pallotto ....................... lst Sergeant .,.. . . .lst Sgt, Gausselin TfSgt. Gausselin, Van Antwerp . . .... Platoon Sergeants .... . .TfSgts. Poullman, Kioutas SfSgts. Kioutas, Young ............. Guide Sergeants .... . .S!Sgts. Diemer, Bandyk Sgts. Bandyk, Cochrane, D. Gear, . ..,.. Squad Leaders ..... . .Sgts Andrews, Cochrane, Goss Goss, Marktewlcz, Vallas Marlciewicz, Vallas, latte Corporals latte, Lang, .... , , . .Ass't Squad Leaders .... . .Corporals Hartman, Hartman, Rahke, Taradash, Etgelloerner, Eigelloerner, Naudin Lang, Rahke, Naudin Drennan ............. .,.. S upply Corporal ..... . .Drennan Corporal Bearce .... .... C ompany Clerk ....... Corporal Beadle Row 1: Knudson, Pcxlmgren, G. Zaieropulos, R. Martinec, Buchanan, Maw, Tucker, Dybalski, Rosi, Peter, Irrgcmg Sikorski. Row 2: Noonan, Dahl, L. Martinec, D. McGuire, I. Rabishaw, Hermann, Seres, Schwab, H. Krueger, Berman, Andrews Row 3: Speakman, Kamin, Willur, Milos, Farr, Bowden, Schlee, Freeman, Iones, Vacelakos, Ostrowski. Row 4: Beadle, Nemeth, Zaccari, Rhoads, R. Elliott, Diamond, A. Smith, Roopas, Darabaris, Gallagher. Row 5: Shrum, Fehlandt, W. Roberts, Howes, R. Larsen, Stokes, Gilbert, Kammerer, Rusgis, Schick, Stehlik. HEADQUARTERS COMPANY lst Semester Captain Buchanan . . . lst Lt. Tucker 4 . , .. MfSgt. Rosi .,......... MfSgt. G. Zateropulos ...., TfSgts. l-lowes, lrrgang ..... SfSgts. Fehlandt, Sikorski ..,.. . Sgts. Andrews, Larsen, Wiltur Dahl, Daraharis, Rhoads Corporals Shrum, Hermann, 4 . . . . Krueger, Schick, Noonan, Wilmes Fuller ...... ,,...,... Corporal Speakman . 4 . 62 Company Commander ...,, . 4 .Executive Otticer. . . Ass't Executive Ctticer . , ,Platoon Leaders. . 4 4. ..,lst Sergeant. 4. .4 . .Platoon Sergeants 4 4 . .Guide Sergeants. 4 4 . . ,Squad Leaders .,., , , .. . ,Asst Squad Leaders. . . .Supply Corporal4 . . . . .Company Clerk. . 4 Znd Semester . Captain Maw lst Lt, R. Martinec 2nd Lt. Cf. Zateropulos 2nd Lts. Dybalski, Rosi lst Sgt. Lonergan Tf'Sgts. Howes, lrrgang Sf'Sgts4 Fehlandt, Sikorski Sgts. Darabaris, Dahl, Larsen Rhoads, Roberts, W. Stokes Corporals Shrum, Schick, Speakman, l-l. Krueger, Sgts. Wiktur, Kammerer Hermann Corporal Noonan BAND Row 1: Dybalski, Knudson, Her- mann, Seres, Fehlandt, Gallagher Noonan, Maw, R. Marlinec. Row 2: Iones, Schwab, I. Rabishaw, Rhoads, Shrum, Berman, A. Smith, Vacelcxkos, Diamond. Row 3: Milos, Freeman, Darabaris, Nemeih, Schick, Roopas, L. Mar- tinec, Speakman. Row 4: Lieutenant Bates, Bowden, Dahl, Stehlik. Irrgang, Ostrowski, Rusgis, Krueger, H. Wilfur. Row 5: D. McGuire, Howes, R. Lar- sen, Zacccxri, Farr, Schlee. COLOR GUARD Gilbert, Palmgren, Siogis, Siokes. Union Simian cwcmo 63 1 Row 1: Gislason, Palmgren, Gilbert. Gagnon, Kennedy. L. Martinec. Scrdd. Row 2: Cochrane. Bacino. Fitzgerald, Benson, Craske, T. Fishman. Seres, Voss, Noorlctg. Row 3: Flcxder, Stoker. Kiou- tus, Hamilton, Stogis, R. Brown, Pcxllotto, Gardas. Shrum, Konarski, Leimnet- zer. GRENADIERS :ewan wsmermm eww ,. K, MW MM UU! My ,M 5 U W, NX 4 ' 3 bw er I-ff' wi E lE'!E33'm? K ' ,gggwfiizi au, Q 4' 3, Q' If intl!!! ,W 'Mx qi v9H..L,q,,! uqmmsq V KK Wkzmwr-, li SA .5 Wiwfig ' 415182: f-'tffi' . ' . ' Mftijizt-Qc. ' 3 'rfwre Q 7 t , gas g..,,..r V , fy T, lg 5' . " A -,QMS .,.. . .MN .M ,E : - It ' I ,X 'T' .-Q, -I ' "l Iv' ':. 1 ' 1 .' W" -:-'35:l3?5't'E'l-in 'xii'-'fflll,::'i:"'f?'.Zr'r,.r9fg5 5 L M .A ,fx if:-Z .- Q- ? .' is : ' 1. ' i'?":'?'f::: ff M5721-4--wwf --'- - .... " M' ffrigi f W: i.: :If I2.r'f:i'1:f'i- --:--1 4 ' A if A ,Airtel The Grenadiers, the Academy crack drill team, received many invitations to perform during the year. The Grenadiers gave their first performance of the year at the Marine Day Celebration in the Civic Opera I-louse, before a gathering of 2000. Late in December, the drill team gave a performance at the ArmyHNavy Ball, held at the Palmer l-louse. ln February, the Reserve Officer Association invited the Cfrenadiers to perform at the Lake Shore Athletic Club. The Grenadiers also gave performances be- fore the Mothers' Club and during the Federal Inspection. Captain Lowell Brock served as advisor for the team. Leader of the Grenadiers Was Cadet Major William Sadd. The Guidon bearer was Cadet Cap- tain Gislason. ker, Knudson, Taradash Maw. sidy, Avard. Wimmer Lang, Stephens. Bauer. RIFLE TEAM Name Matches Fired Average MPMA ........ 879 Marmion M.A, . . . . . . 842 Metsker ...,........ 18 184.8 MPMA ........ 885 1o1iet H.S. .....,. .1 , 851 Maw ,,... ....... 1 6 179.9 MPMA . 878 Marmion M.A. ... ... 852 Kennedy . . . 17 175.7 MPMA ......., 908 Evanston HS. . . . . . . 874 Dahl ...... .. .17 175.7 MPMA ........ 899 1o1iet HS. ...,... .. . 877 Preuss ,... ..... 1 7 170.2 MPMA , 905 Waukegan HS. .,.. .. . 888 Lang . . . . . . 15 188.3 MPMA . 894 West Rockford .... . . . . 908 Cassidy . . . 17 183.1 MPMA , 877 St. Thomas ............. 918 Bauer ..., 8 181.3 MPMA . 892 Univ. ot Mich. ......... . 931 Stephens . . . 14 158.2 MPMA ........ 891 Adm. Farragut Acad. . . . . 882 Avard .,.. . . . 14 157.2 MPMA . 1797 Univ. ot Mich. ........... 1782 Knudson . . . 5 158.0 MPMA .1724 1-1oWe M.A. ............. 1784 Stogis . . . . . 9 151.8 MPMA . 879 Kemper MA. ......... .. . 923 Taradash ...,...,.. 9 144.2 FIFTH ARMY INTERSCHOLASTIC MATCHES Wwy,5g5Q.gL5gHggAHST MM - .,... ..... 1 886 Prone-knee1ing .... ..... 1 773 MPMA - Team 1 ................. - 899 Prone-standing ..... ..... 1 502 Team 2 .... . .- 784 Kneeling-standing ........ 1475 Row 1: Preuss. Stogis, Meis- Row 2: Dahl. Kennedy, Cas- 1 Row 1: Kennedy, Metsker. Siogis, Dahl. Row 2: Schlee, Cassidy, Lang, Stephens, Bauer. Row 3: Davis. Preuss, Wim- mer, Howes, Knudson, Avard. RIFLE CLUB President ...... . . . Robert Metsker Vice-President . . ,.... Peter Stogis Secretary ..., , . . Dennis Cassidy Treasurer .... ..... I ack Dahl 66 The Rifle Club, established in 1949, was chiefly concerned in promoting interest in the club and the Rifle Team. All cadets were eli- gible for membership in the club. The Rifle Club sponsored a highly success- ful Turkey Shoot Which was held before Thanksgiving, and at which time tWo turkeys were awarded to participants with the highest scores. ln addition, two house parties were sponsored by the organization. F USILEERS iffigpgg ., ...I zilsaazzfe ggi! . Row 1: Ostrowski, Sircmsky, Hart, Klein, M. Fishman, Grice, Mczrcon, Stephens. Row 2: Ierabek, Stecki. Canfield, B. Brown, E. Beard, Bowden, Lewis, Davis. Row 3: Zuro, Samuelson, Herriott, C. Elliott, Campe, Krivsky, Gialamcxs, Mack, Lipe. 'Sqn ' . , , M, li, W fly 7 u uf- 'jfsii , 'HMA 1 ,us ug. ' 10 Z., :ji il' gigs .A 9 . 4: ' :gg L1 211 assi, as H in' 1 i n ...rs 'fiillillt w sxmiiu .uw mmwv-wi mm' ,I H. gig! Q. cameo ns. fm '17 QQ 67 ATHLETICS Z' w I. 3 K1 fi if 2 I 5 n 5 3 mi .4 i Row 1: I. Rabishaw, Martinez, Dina, Freed, Gilbert, Leimnetzer. Row 2: P. Zaferopulos, Martinec, G. Zaferopulos, Mahon, Peterson, Riggs, McWhorter, Simi, Sineni. Row 3: Capt. Rodie, Leonard, Pepper, Darabaris. Craske, Larsen, Zedenc, Poullman, Eigelberner. Skontos, Voss, Capt. Ziemba. Row 4: Mazik, Lonergan, Westenberger, Iglow. Karzas, Keating, Sadd. Dybalski, Brown, Gislason, Boyd, Criffield, Duffek. VARSITY FOOTBALL The MPM!-X Varsity improved on its 1951 record by winning 3 games, tying 2, and losing 4. The Warriors, captained by Iohn Gislason and Bill Westenberger, played inspiring toot- ball on many occasions. Harry Kar- zas and Torn Keating played brilliant defensive football at the end posi- tions. Bill Westenberger, Bob Larson, and Don Dybalslci held down the defensive and offensive tackle shots. Pete Voss was a steady influence at center throughout the season, Iohn Gislason, Al Bilbert, Bill Craske, and Larry Poullman rounded out the of- fensive backfield unit. lohn Gislason was the leading scorer for the Warriors, while Al Gil- bert had the best rushing average. SEASON RESULTS MPMA. .28 Oak Lawn H.S. .,.. . 7 MPMA. .13 loliet Catholic HS. H26 MPMA., O Culver MA. ...,.... 29 MPMA. . O Hammond Clark HS. 21 MPMA.. 7 Lockport HS. ....... . 7 MPMA. .54 Oak Lawn HS. ..... l3 MPMA. .34 Glenwood School , . . . U MPMA., 6 35 MPMA.. 0 Reavis HS. ........ . U Won 3 Lost 4 Tied 2 Captains ............ lohn Gislason, Wm. Westenberger Most Valuable . .Win. Westenberger Managers .,.,.......... Pat Noonan, George Pappas Captain-Elect .,.,........ Peter Voss Coaches ........,. Capt. I. Ziemba, Capt. G. Rodie Blue Island 1-LS. .... . W' .... . - - - .., ' it V - " "' .,.. , , .L I wh ,W -v - ,- .W-X-.X-..fa.f.,s.. - ..' -va' fr wrt . ' - -r-- - ,... "ff E , - 'Biff + ' 'E l-mvlswltiw 1 1 K rw V 1-fr, , - - Nw, 'L ff. W ---- .. ' mba- - je w . -"" . " nu- , , X N . v. -1" . as . ,: Q5Hij,j'tZ? ..,. ,, ' V U V .swaiilejw , J :rv ' QSQSS-1 f if ,WM . '- ' - 1' , fl' ,Q gift-,,Yr"Q:Im.Q PW. Q-. my ,,, 'nv' Mslz' 70 E 1 Q 3 G if 2 f 2 Z 5 3 y 3 65 R oe 35 9. .4 - 1 ,135 E A5 r L : i 53 , 1 l.,A if Q , 1 1' E5 Row 1: Noonan, Scruggs, Klein, Bowden, Swank, Faure, B. Brown, Pappas. Row 2: Ll. Dickinson, Herriot, Viscount, D. Anderson, Fisher, Pipin, Hol- land, MacDonald, Lt. Hudson. Row 3: Krivsky, Gallagher, Noorlag, Loomis, Bearce, Busgis. Nemelh. Frigo, Grundslrom, Zaccari. FROSI-I-SOPI-I FOOTBALL SEASON RESULTS MPMA. .19 Oak Lawn ...... .. U MPMA, .13 Ioliet Catholic . ,.... U MPMA 6 Lockport ....,,...... 13 MPMA 34 Glenwood .... U MPMA. , 14 Harper ,....... .... 7 MPMA. ,4l South Shore .....,., 13 MPMAH14 Oak Lawn ..,.13 MPMA. . U Blue island .., . .. .20 MPMA. .ZU Reavis .,.,..,....... U Won 7 Lost 2 Coaches ,...,. . , .Lt. Dickinson, Lt. Hudson Captain ......... .,.. R on Loomis Most Valuable .......... Ron Loomis Captain-Elect , ....... Warren Rusgis Managers ..... Hamilton, Rabishaw Anderson Lipe Bearce 'Loomis Beard Macliimm Bowden McDonald 'Faure Nemeth 'Fischer 'Noorlag Frigo 'Pipin 'Gallagher 'Rusgis Gialamos Scruggs 'Cfrundstrom 'Swank 'Holland Taradash Ierabek 'Viscount 'Klein 'Zaccari 'Krivsky Lette-rmen 73 Chicago Arena R1ggs, R. Peterson. The MPMA cagers suttered a disasterous season in Winning only tour ot eighteen games. The Maroon and White Were greatly handi- capped throughout the season by a lack of height and experience. Captain Tom Keating, at 6' l", Was the tallest Warrior. Keating, graduated at the se- rnester, manned the center post. Bud Leonard, also graduated at the semester, played one of the guard positions. Al Gilbert, captain-elect, played the other guard position. Bob Larsen and Iulian Zedeno held down the torward po- sitions. ln addition to the above-mentioned, Frank Caravette, Bon Loornis, Ken Koester, and Roger Peterson Won Varsity letters. George Pappas was the manager ot the team. FOOTBALL ACTION MPMA ...... MPMA ..,... MPMA ...... MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA ...... MPMA MPMA Coliseum Row 1: P. Zaferopulos, Lt. Olds, Keating. Capt. Rodie. Pappas. Row 2: Leonard, Caravette. Gilbert, Koester, Gislason, Loomis, Howes, R. Larsen, Boyd, Zedeno, Fitzgerald, BASKETBALL 52 49 38 55 50 54 53 68 50 54 51 5l 49 45 65 45 57 26 Luther l-LS. CNo.D ....... Beavis I-LS. .......... . Onarga Mil. School .... Glenwood . . . Oaklawn I-LS. Beavis l-l.S. .... .... . Culver M.A. . Oaklawn l-LS. ... ..... Lernont H.S. .......... . Luther HS. CS Howe M.A. ........... . Chi, Christian Lernont I-LS. . Culver M.A. . Harvard ..... Luther l-LS. CSo.D ....... Ioliet Cath. ........... . Hinsdale l-LS. ... ..... . 1 Tiiifllw STC" is 2355 lvst..g,: MS. ' WLS? ' "iii M ,ww f A v NW' JL. ,. M WMYQQE- -4 ..,.. , .. .,,: Y M.,,,,., W., .aww - ,. -- .. gf-.. f . ,:a.:. 11 U y . -Q . 7 -"- P5 I, ..... ...,,.. M f -- -- U ,- . .... 4- f- ,- . war. . Mite .fy pg- 1 : s s.m7w.,, , . 1. .... M? J V gig. . ,...., ....,. i2"':v ,,,. -' , A sinus un - - .. . . .... , fig ' ff' ""' -..-. ,,,..,,. -M W ' " -' Q sf X . X , V' 2 3, x 2 'f Q-gg W . , K A , zvi, ,M M , 9 ,- ... A ln.. .4 - "J 4 N . 'II iE2': ' 'Z .- " 'Wi' ' 'J f ' ' 4-M221-f , P256 K an Swf N g , , , ...,..,, 1 . ,.....,.., . A rv . 3mi,f2 Q 2 XE f mwmwwv Row 1: Ierabek, Klein, Hart. Bell, M. Fishman, I. Peterson. MPMA MPMA Lewis Swank Row 2: Capt. Marshall, E. Iohnson, Faure, Hamilton, Walsh, Lelon, Loomis, Clasen, Kiefer, D. Anderson, Bowden. K SEASON RESULTS MPMA ...,.. 25 MPMA ...... 35 MPMA ...... 45 MPMA ...... 58 MPMA ...... 33 MPM!-X ...... l7 MPMA ...... 38 MPMA ...... 37 MPMA ...... 32 MPMA ...... 44 MPMA ...... 38 MPMA ...... 39 4l 38 39 MPMA ...... Won Luther H.S. CNo.l Reavis H.S. .... . Chi. Christian . . . Harvard ....,... Howe MA. .... . Thornton Fract. . Reavis H.S. .... . Luther H.S. CSo.J Lemont HS. . . . . Luther HS. CSo.l Oalclawn HS. .. Glenwood ...... Oaklawn HS. . . . Lemont HS. ..,. loliet Cath. . . . 9 Lost 5 Coach .... .. . Capt. Gene Marshall Captain .... ........... R on Loomis Manager ..... .... P hil Manelli Captain-Elect . . . .... Harry Klein Most Valuable . . . .... Ron Loomis Lettermen Loomis Clasen Beil Klein Faure Lelon Walsh Hamilton , 5 l Q 'Flame nf Qzfenzgfzbnaf algae 55041 Sxpvsztzbh ' osmomo T0 Aemcunrukz 4 . Humou srocx mans-elamgo ' gp-Y 1 l,,,,,,.,sr-"J"7 77 5 3 2 if P: i 2 Q Q: :H H Q '1 2 3 U I E fi Ss E if 3 78 ttf 3 el x. WRESTLING Row 1: W. Sineni, R. Sineni, Keane, Koccxlis, L, Martinec, Krause, Regan, Zibas, Zielinski. Row 2: Lt. Hudson, E. Wcxlline, Schuenemcm, Giczlczmas, Voss, Kioutcrs, Iaife, Kammerer, Diamond, Seres, Bcmdyk, Pipin, Viscount, Nemeth, T. Fishman, Li. Moreno. Varsity Coach ..... ...,,. L t. lack Moreno Frosh-Soph Coach ........ Lt. Warren Hudson Varsity Captain ..........,..,... Paul Keane Most Valuable, Varsity .... ..., T ony Kocalis Varsity Captain-Elect ........... Richard Dina Frosh-Soph Captain ........ Leonard Martinec Managers ........... E. Walline, C. Rabishaw BASKETBALL ACTION MPMA MPMA ...... MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA ...... MPMA ....,. MPMA SEASON RESULTS 18 Reavis H.S, ...,.....,. 26 26 Calumet H.S. ......... 2l 28 Riverside-Brookfield .... 23 26 Howe M.A. .......,.... 22 33 Kelly H.S. .......,,.,.. l3 7 Thornton of Harvey ..... 35 3l University H.S. .....,.. 22 ll Reavis H.S. .......,.... 36 l9 Chicago Vocational .... 29 16 Thornton Fractional .... 29 26 Mt. Carmel H.S. r,..,.. 22 25 Chicago Vocational .... 23 79 Lettermen Ray Regan Dave Krause Anthony Kocalis Ron Francis Paul Keane Richard Dina Gonzalo Iaite Ed Bandyk Peter Voss Robert Sineni William Sineni Fred Pipin Robert Viscount Frosh-Soph Lettermen Larry Seres Ray Zielinski Dale Diamond Leonard Martinec George Gialarnas Ed Gallagher Iolin Sclrieunernan Top Row: Bandyk, Pipin. Dina, Icdie. Center Row: Kcxmmerer, Voss, R. Sineni, W. Sineni. Bottom Row: Koccrlis, Keane, Krcruse, Regan. WRESTLING ACTION 80 J P' im YJ'-WET: ' .1 KM !Af2ff3'cf'751 ffm-boi, kxcimcm Ifdrkf Cizimiqii 81 Q . N ,+- er S r A ww , fl 'V ' 'Eg MSQ4ifX5f lxlsffli QR f..,.E . g jeg? M w e Q Urs 5' gi H - 1... N it it MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA ...... MPMA MPMA MPMA MPMA SEASON RESULTS South Shore HS. . . . . . Blue lsland HS. . . . . . . Reavis HS. ...... . . . Argo HS. ..... . . . Calumet H.S. . . . . . Ioliet Cath. . . . . . . Reavis H.S. .... . . . Orland Park . . . . . Glenwood . . . . . . Ioliet I-l.S. ..... . . . Chi. Christian . . . . . . Glenwood ..... . . . Won 5 Lost 7 82 x,,,,,r 1. . " Us 3 , f: -S-we it N gs- zz. -if F-:-' -. ., . ,. , ... , . , . - I 2 ""' 75355 .5555 . S l i -W w ' V - gfiw ' N' .: g ,ig.L, . . we Qt. .-.,. , ' ' .. ' x ' ' i W M 5" Al if y . . wily- ',.,,g fr iiq , 'H , Row 1: P. Zaferopulos, R. Walline, Bertash, Faure, R. Peterson, MacDonald, MacKimm, Dina. Goss, Capt. Marshall. Row 2: G. Zaferopulos, Masnjak, Lorenzen, Mahon, Bacino, Mazik, Casey, KrizeneckY, I. Larson. Row 3: Voss, Tucker, Gislason, Shepis, Valentine, Stokes, Lelon, Keating, Koester, Pepper, Meyer. Coaches ..... Captain ....,. Captain-Elect Most Valuable Manager .... R. Peterson Koester Casey Keating Gislason 2 6 3 2 O 4 1 6 5 4 7 7 . .Capt. Marshall, Lt. Hasbargen Lettermen Krizenecky Poullman Meyer Masnjak Tucker . . . . .Frank Casey . . . .Larry Poullman . . . .Robert Meyer . . .Phil Zaferopulos Mazik Pepper R. Larsen Nuenke W Hg PMR, 9 re 1953 WARRIORS epper 83 .. A .Q- Row 1: Lt. Dickinson, Pappas, Mcznelli, Kennedy, Foerster Beard, Cooper, Rentzel, Sirapp, Capt. Ziembu. Row 2: Pipin, Leimneizer, Hooning, Crczske, Turku, Hartman Leonard, D. Anderson. Kammerer, Freed. TRACK 1952 R... Frigo. Eigelberner, Boyd, H. Kennedy, Zedeno. Howes Karzus, Lonergan, Crescrp, Stutts. 62 63 V2 75 88 GSVQ 76 57 45 19 V3 Coaches ,....... Capt. Ziemba, Lt. Dickinson VARSITY RESULTS Captains .............,...... Stutis, Berezny MPMA ..,... 51 Crete H.S. .......... . 1 Captains-Elect ,... .... H ooning, Craske """ X2 Eife ""." High Point Man .... ......,.. H ooning MPMA ------ 30 MUUFUOU M-A ---A-- - MPMA .,.... 541f2 Beavis M.A. . . . . . . . Managers .-4-.- ..--. P Qpms, Sfwpp MPMA ....., 37 omrgq MA. .. MPMA ...... 56 Argo H.S. . . . . . MPMA ..,... 68 Glenwood ........... Frosh-Soph Lettermen Lettermen MpMA .....' Qgifz Reavis Hug. A I ' Fischer Hooning University HS. ,..... 98 I. Kennedy H. Kennedy D. Anderson Kammerer Frigo Craske Eigelbemef SMS PRosH-soPH RESULTS Hartman Cresap Rentzel Howes MPMA ...... 60 Beavis H.S. .... . . . . Freed MPMA .,.... 28 Blue Island .... .... Pritiken MPMA ...,.. 41 Leo H.S. .... . Leimnetzer MPMA ...... E59 Thornton Fract. ....... . Leonard MPMA ...... 36 Argo H.S. . . . . 84 43 76 ....44 35 ....18 1 1 Arlington Race Track 1953 TRACKMEN Howes Craske Leimneizer Kcxmmerer Freed Hooning Lonergan D. Anderson Boyd Zedeno Kennedy 2. 85 INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL POULLM1-XN'S PASSENGERS 2nd Place G. Zaferopulos, Poullmcxn, Mczzik, G oble, B. Brown. MERDINGERS' METEORS Champions Scruggs, Fitzgerald, Merdinger, Hooning, Herriott. K ,S up me 'RTE gang 5. . ,.,, in . snags? fa "4,,,nf'-3" g V-MPM Liga 9-2215 85 5' W, U R 1 W W i ,w, QQ? :,..f.m..95 Qi-I l l'i22'5f5 ig? it V' - . .s s L: 2 s f-G f , .215 my WY . ,ig W E W Zq, V, , ,, ,,, .my W My ,Y ' 3 .5 - A A- , xr ,,,,M ,g 'H ' I : Wf4,,,, RWM 1 ' I I , ' .', 4 ?,2'5Q11ff5?5Q5Ef3:z"i '1???f5if ' f u .:f,ws:zs'w M 1-cfsez' W 7 M wifi' - lm .4 Qfgfz-sew,-1ff'ff 4 ., A giigi, ' , Q q 1 ffl , , .- . Ya.-ff 1' E126-123-Ziw Weavzrazs TENNIS The l952 Tennis Tearn, coached by Captain Wallace, experienced a poor season in failing to Win a Vic- tory The cadet . s met Blue lsland, Thornton of Harvey, and University High. Bob McWhorter and Peter Stogis Were awarded varsity letters. Ccxravette, McWhorter, Stogis. ' 4+ T als lv Champions HIGHEST INDIVIDUAL Maw CCaptainD B. Brown GAME Darabaris R. Wqume Nvkdmuw 4,I---AA-- 189 Leirnngfzef ..... . . . B. Brown .. ...I83 BOWLING Row 1: H. Gear, Marcon, D. Mc- Guire, Berman, Stransky, Hen- dricks. Row 2: Davis, I. Rabishaw, Palm- gren, B. Brown, R. McGuire, R. Smith. Row 8: Roopas, Lorenzen, I. Lar- son, Cochrane, Flader, P. Zafer- opulos, D. Gear, Foersier, B. Walline. Row 1: Benson, Konarski, Leim- netzer, Pallotio, Stoker, Holland. Row 2: Maw, Darabaris, Drennan, Grundstrom, Fisher, Gorlick, Van Aniwerp, Skonlos, Rahke. Row 3: Noorlag, Buchanan, G. Zaieropulos, Nuenke, R. Brown, Poullman, Simi, Tucker, Frigo, Lang. Row 4: Andrews, Baerenz, Sikor- ski, Rhoads, Valentine, Dybalski, Shrum, Mourek, Lonergan. Krue- ger, Duffek. SEASON RESULTS Player Won Lost Maw ..... . . I6 D. Gear . , , . . I5 B. Brown . . , , I3 PouIIrnan , . , . I3 Bhoads . . . . I2 Benson .... 9 II Berman .,... 8 I2 W. Krueger ... 8 I2 Foerster ...,. 8 I2 Sikorski . , . 7 I3 PaIIotto . . 7 I3 Noorlag ..,...., 4 I6 HIGHEST AVERAGES Bhoads .,.........,. I56 Sikorski ...,.. . . . 148 Grundstrorn , . . . . ,138 Leirnnetzer . . . . . . I36 D. Gear .... , , . I35 Dybalski . . , . . .134 Poulhnan . . . . .I33 Mallen .... . . . I33 Lincoln Park Boat Landing 87 4 A 5 I I ACTIVITIES " 4"' ' " .N L Y Q 3 ? 2 E 5 if E 3 2 2 S 4 I-ICDNCDR SCDCIETY Row 1: Gczrdas. P. Rosi, Capt, Gray, Scxdd, Nuenke. Row 2: I. Larson, Mahon, Boyd, Stogis, E. Walline, Duffek, Fitzgerald, Goss OFFICERS President ...... ..,,..,,.. ..... P e ter Rosi Vice-President . . . . .... William Sadd Secretary ....... ..,..,.. W illiam Nuenke Faculty Advisor . . . .Captain Francis Gray The exclusive National Honor Society maintained its traditional role ot having the most elite membership on the campus. Cadets are eligible tor membership in the organization it they maintain a thirteen point average scholastically, and exhibit qualities ot leadership. ln addition, membership is re- .. W lliil, -'W ' 'K awww, . g1AgfCi A. 'igiigilailgty I 'kiiitfiiif Q Z 1 7 Q lr M. ...WJ '. M. 5 . . 257, Z, ef-Iv 4 . f. nflftg .affix . . .,., ,,.,,, , .,.. ,.,.., , , ,:.t. .,,. .I ,,t, F. . 1. ,.,.. - -vgsigsiwb f - M- ws ww I 3 N.. fi., a 2. 2-1 tYTf'fT'f' 2 , 5 ,,.- .A ., : .R :L Y 233 .f ' 1. 'Xml l ...,. , my -'3-ggitihing g1.5.iH.5g rt 5 M 1.1-5-r. K M 3113459:swwff,g2Q!f2121 M. r ,- 1. . ,s.,.g:.-, ..r of-wfwfwwe WM V. H 21 fi eit- .xg ' K ff' , 121253. A t .g:, .:., ,st Tribune Tower 3 :z 1' -2- i 2 ii '-VT L7 i""3g:g .,., 5 y ,. 5 ' t .ml Ez- V - 13-3:-wg-95:33. -- 15 -' rt: "bww stricted to members ot the junior and senior classes. The members tutored many cadets having scholastic problems. The club also aided the school in assisting with many of the clerical tasks. GUARDIAN S Row 1 Kennedy Nuenke, Capt. Marshall, Boyd, Sadd, Keane. Row 2 Beard Craske. Voss, Iglow, Brown, Stokes, Fitzgerald, Mahon, Leonard Manelli lST AND ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ................... William Nuenke Vice-President 4 , , .........., Thomas Boyd Secretary ...............,.,... William Sadd Faculty Advisor ...... Captain Gene Marshall The Guardians, elected representatives ot the Cadet Corps, handled their responsibilities in a thorough fashion during the past year. The Guardians served as an intermediary between the administration and the corps. Many constructive suggestions were made by this body for the general Well-being ot all concerned. The Guardians presented the ever-popular Daily News Building Nl-lobo Hop" in October, and sponsored sev- eral house parties during the school year. Pep rallies were also conducted by the Guardians. The iirst semester Guardians are pictured above. The second semester guardians were as follows: Seniors: Nuenlce, Boyd, Sadd, Keane, lglow, Mazik, Dutlek, and Lonergan. luniors: Mahon, Fitzgerald, Voss, and Bacino. Sophomores: Manelli, Lelon, and Leanard Martinec. Freshman: Regan. annum-inn:-1 . r s m.,,.munm..-mmnwmx ACADEMY NEWS Row l: Manelli. P. Rosi, Lieutenant MacLeod. Hodoncxs. R. Francis. E. Iohnson. Row 2: R. Walline, Kammerer, W. Krueger, Lonergcxn. E. Walline, Fehlandt, Stogis, Buchanan, Gorlick, Fitzgerald. ritz un 'IW amz wx. wr-r SKI' 'WWE H n eg 'i5'Hl!4l it 1. LL' 54 IXSHE FIR if is n x H :- . . 4, U 12- sg. , 2 ffxf , i- r' g Nez' 5::A...:iE- ,, K ' ,r fx .. , A . 2 .lr vs ., kg 4 ,,, 7 1 '-, 4,4 i ,J ,JM Q . , , N ,, ,, , , , :nh-I fans:--.,,:? V. 27- s Q, xi if n ur, f ' Z, -' ix .. .. V . ,gg 1:2 fl in 1. fl 12 f 'E 'fu -- 1, 15l""' H 1 A I' ' -, x 1 in n '1 sz .nz B in HV -1.4 1 . gi si ol ' X H 5 1 f -,QV-'Q' 'L ,,, .sm ' N f' f if ai u , , I rs Pitfff 3 neil 2- Y 1 xv? 1: :war ni, 'asa ' 2 mm ' iff ,ii H fin' x vs Ev., nr. 5, , .,:, - mx: fr xr un nn ui .1 fs s ns y, Zi' Cj33"GUbl'I 51' H IKTU U 'f ff -'Ei 22 F UN , 2. was -:avi 1 ag 5 .- ii 4 ,,, ,,,,,,,, H 'lf U ' if n i 'vnu aiu . swim. :Q-Sis .., . an 45 sg za xx- ax 1- Q K, ,. ,a ..:f5 i-zn.,.,,- I U- i- " :W it f sw' fn ,. ,sir . .xi nun., . 'ff'fi.'-M2-l'F' .r.ft'f" u ' g gg -imp ax v , "M W' 5 Q, -Wu. n .. ., ,Mr fs-25 gg.. :. " 32: Y.- 7 L 5: , - f .:.Z' 5 - K .S ts K V - '.-:.:.gEV'.ifai-arent'-:...."., Q 35 fi 5' f 1 ' . -1 ff ' ' Vx. L.. r", - -'---:W..,:qv.1a.:7-.jgf11.11,-gg iii" . ' I , .. amgiif Up to date campus news and items ot interest were en- joyed throughout the school year by readers of the Academy News, the school journal. A small but earnest staff consisted ot the following: Editor- in-Chiet, Peter Rosi, Sports Editor, Phil Zaleropulosg Features Editor, lim Gossg Exchange Editor, Phil Manelli, Photographer, Ron Kammerer. The reporters included lack Eehlandt, Art Gorlick, Phil Hodonos, Ed Iohnson, Bob Walline, Ed Walline, Ken Koester, Huey Robbins, Peter Stogis, Phil Rosi, and Buck Buchanan. The faculty advisor Was Lt. Dunk. The Academy News remains a member ot the Illinois High School Press Association, The Quill and Scroll, and the National Scholastic Press Association. SKIRMISI-IER Row 1: Kammerer, Berman. R. Francis, Buchanan, W. Krueger, I. Rabishaw. Row 2: R. Peterson, P. Zaferopulos, E. Walline, Fehlcmdt, Capt. Ziemba, Dybalski, Stogis. Lonergcm. The S1-firmisher staft is proud to present the l953 edition to the Cadet Corps. We hope it is received as warmly as past editions. Ron Francis served as editor of the 1953 Slcirmisher. Phil Zateropulos covered all sports activities, and lim Goss headed the Features Department. Peter Stogis compiled the Military section. lim Rabishaw Was the Lower School editor. The very important post of business manager was capably filled by Wayne Krueger. I-le was assisted by Don Dybalski, Charles Palmgren, and Pat Lonergan. Ron Kammerer contributed many candid photographs to the publication. The editor Wishes to thank Major Fehlandt and Lt. Gerth for their many photographic contributions to the Skirmis-her. rY .. .amnmma EMBLEM CLUB Row 1: Tucker, Voss, Westenberger. R. Larsen, Keane, Poullmcm, Lonergan. Row 2: R. Sineni, W. Sineni, Koccrlis, Skontos, R. Peterson, Dina, Leonard, Gilbert, G. Zateropulos, R. Murtinec, Capt. Ziemba. Row 3: Hooning, Noonan, Mahon, Pepper, Koester, C. Rcxbishcxw, Kammerer, P. Zaferopulos, Leimnetzer, Craske, Freed. Row 4: Nuenke, Dutfek, Gislason, Iaffe, Andrews, Keating, Dybalski, Scxdd, Howes, Stogis, Zedeno, Boyd, Iglow. 1ST SEMESTER OFFICERS President ..............,....., Robert Larsen Vice-President . . . ,..........., Paul Keane Secretary ..,.... .... W illiam Westenberger Treasurer ,.,..... ..,...... L arry Poullman Sergeant-at-Arms .. ....,.....,. Peter Voss Business Managers . . ..., C. Rabishaw, Pat Lonergan The Emblem Club, established in l929, con- tinued its traditional role as one of the outstand- ing organizations of the academy campus. To become a member of the Emblem Club, one must Win a letter in a major sport and render fifteen hours of service to the school. ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ...........,.......,. Robert Larsen Vice-President . . . ..........., Paul Keane Secretary ..,, , . .William Westenberger Treasurers .,.... ,......... P at Loneraan, Larry Poullman Sergeant-at-Arms .... ........ P eter Voss Business Manager .. .... G. Zaferopulos The Emblem Club maintained a concession stand at all football, basketball, and baseball games. Profits from the stand Were used to sponsor the Football Dance, the first formal or the year, and to purchase new game foot- ball pants tor the Frosh-Soph Football team. FRCSI-I-SOPI-I CLUB Row 1: L. Martinec, Caravette, Capt. Marshall, Mahon, Simi, Kennedy. Row 2: Klein. Row 3: Row 4: Grundstrom, Frigo. IST SEMESTER CEFlCERS President .....,.,............ George Mahon Vice-President ,..... ...., E rank Caravette Secretary-Treasurer . . . ...... lay Kennedy Sergeant-at-Arms . , . .....,...., Mario Simi Faculty Advisor . . . . . .Capt. Gene Marshall The Frosh-Soph Club ended its sixth year as an academy organization in l953. Member- ship in the club is acquired by Winning a letter in any Erosh-Soph sport and serving ten hours of constructive Work for the school, Berlash, I. Rabishaw, Holland, Faure, Lorenzen, Krause, Gagnon, Markiewicz, Fisher, Pappas, D. Gear, Viscount, D. Anderson. Krivsky, Pipin, Gorlick, Bacino, W. Krueger. Gallagher, Darabaris, Metsker, Loomis, Lelon, E. Walline, Stokes, Rusgis, Noorlag, ZND SEMESTER OFFICERS President ...,........,,...,,. Ronald Loomis Vice-President ...... . . .Dewayne Anderson Secretary-Treasurer . . . ........ lay Kennedy Sergeant-at-Arms . .. ........ Thomas Lelon Faculty Advisor . . , .... Capt. Gene Marshall The Erosh-Soph Club presented the annual club dance in February. ln addition, the club sponsored several house parties. The school year Was climaxed with a banquet for the mem- bers ot the club. CAVALRY lrrgang Siehlik Mullen Baerenz D. Ccxstellcrnos M. Castellanos DeGeorge Freeman Muck Zcrcccxri The Cavaliers, the cavalry unit ot the Academy, met three times a Week at the Woodland Valley Stables. Mr, Stanley Luke instructed the cadets in horsemanship during the year. The riders were divided into groups of beginners' and advanced units. The beginners were instructed in the basic fundamentals ot riding, While the ad- vanced unit engaged in jumping, bareback riding, and polo. The Academy held one horse show during the year, Ferdinand lrrgang took top honors by Winning the Klein Memorial Trophy. Lieutenant Bates, Pipin, Sadd, Loomis, Noorlug, Lonergan. Westenberger, Krivsky, C. Rob- eris, Rosi, Philip. CHORUS , 5--j-5' 5 If 'kfavx J ' -'-- K JE il 'M ee e e e "52fi?g M ::e glglggg . e ki fflmsflwiiw . 1 ..,. if Wswihimii 33 ., : ,. . Q i ' - .151 -V1 :':' "" ,X..., if "" Mwum. HLQACQMPAN1 me wofma www mae w M rss '-4 is-wzmw ffwuw2'l.f.x.fv'Mc1xevMnm,mo4wsv.mv',wv1 fm ws f Q w-New .Lmxs Mwfm QA, wwuxmv vf-suv wicnmf-"A frm,sQ1izn'F S 2 ne 5 :fum ALL mkvtmr wr x In 'ljwsi 'MOKJLANLS L22 M555 WE V , L .fa 5 N THQ gram .4 -Y 1 1- km me CAMERA CLUB Row 1: L. Martinec, Major Fehlandt, Lieutenant Gerih, I. Rabishaw. Row 2: Regan, D. McGuire, Palmgren, Baerenz, Sikorski, Knudson, Freeman, Berman. OFFICERS President .... . . .Leonard Martinec Vice-President ....... Ronald McGuire Secretary-Treasurer . .Iarnes Rabishaw ' ' t , ., ,... - - , 'Q ,.f- -V '- - . -ff-are-s ,wi , -,,. '-fA r 1 . iff: fiiiu- """v "'Qix1r'PMffZ,-ff, Q: , vm: .... ,j 5'.4!i.fg.7..e,,,.,,.,gf:fwig- V en, N., "" jiM?',-Q . MN Vg . ,. 5 . ' .MQ QN ZS., it-t , C i-3 Sb zzzgwim mm ,Q Q ...,,. ,. f ' an a ' ' -rsirmr A at W t. 'h z A . 'lmfvmi ' l 7 Mlm T13w1"3l'lf l ft ' -. ' Q 1 'Q Q -1.,.iff-W 5" - ,,.., is T 'ws -'-- f ' rf- 2 . qs, ,ls kk C ., 1 ww: my korg 1.3 gi :ws :il.,3j, g ., . 2 f , .,5snE:rp::121 . A Q v FT ,, Q f as ' T u 4 lf' 5: T "' V X -:ff , H I 5 ir' -'v'1'iv, ve'n or :Sf i , f J" .fi Alfwfi t : 'HA "rw .1 fa' wiainf. , rf v, r,vf' 'lisa 9 "'- 'Fra 'N TT: , wg r, 98 The Camera Club concluded a very successful season under the fine leadership of Lt. Gerth, who served as the faculty advisor. The purpose of the Camera Club is to provide the cadets With facilities for developing talents in the field of photography. The club has been very bene- ficial to the Academy News and the Slcirmisher in providing them With many needed pictures. The club has been very fortunate in possessing a very fine darkroom, which is located in the base- ment of East Hall. 5 i f . -i 1. an 5 i R s Q if i at V XX I '45 A li ff: K g My 'S 4, f f 3 WRITERS Row 1: D. McGuire, L Martine c, Karz as, Simi, Krause, R. McGuire Regan, M. Fishman. Row 2: D. Gear, Dina Gregoire, Stoker, Loren- zen, C. Elliott, Kioutas Bowden, E. Beard, R Walline, Paloucek, Hol- land, Moschioni. Row 3: C. Roberts, G Zaieropulos, Van Ant- werp, Kammerer, Shrum, Dybalski, Noor- lag, Grundstrom, Poull- man, T. Fishman, Rahl-re. CHESS CLUB Row I: Berman, H. Gear, D. Castellanos, Capt. Wallace, Osborn, R. McGuire, Murstig. Row 2: Stecki, Rosi, Philip, P. Zaferopulos, A. Smith, Stogis, Rosi, Peter, Samuelson, R. Walline, Paloucek, Davis. WAITERS AND CHESS CLUB 99 1 DADS' DAY Cadets and their dads participated in Dads' Day activities at the Academy last October l8th. The day began with a football game between the Academy and George Rogers Clark l-ligh School. Following the game, the Dads held a short business meeting in Upper Hall. As evening approached, the dads and sons assembled in the gym for a buffet supper. They were welcomed by Cadet Colonel Bill Nuenke. Mr. A. G. Gislason replied for the fathers. The guest speaker was Ed Springle, de- fensive end for the Chicago Bears. The festivities came to a close with enter- tainment by the Alice Chilton group. Alice Chilton, entertainer Ed Sprinkle of Chicago Bears Hillbilly singer addresses gathering A' A if ' ,, fl. sign. A 1 "'- . iiflif? D ff ? Eiziif? A t 4 if ' . 25:5 iF' fl t as " I ' 5 . 'X '4-r . it Chinatown M "" 'Q fm- - N' -' f..., .,,.,,, . - aw .qv . W WU X A ms 'L - - f irm .1 2 Mui W W'- ...ug-st-vi .,E:I1zr.r. 'Zigi :EFF " I' I' , - ARMISTICE DAY The Armistice Day Pro- gram began with the presenta- tion of colors by the Cadet Corps. The playing of the Na- tional Anthem was followed by a prayer given by Lt. Com- mander Max G. Beck, U.S.N., Station Chaplain, Glenview. Mr. lerry Thrall, Alumni representative, read a list of names of those Alumni who gave their lives in World Wars l and ll. Col. C. L. Iordan, Superintendent, p l a c e d a wreath at the foot of the Roll of Honor Memorial. A salute followed by the playing ot taps, concluded the ceremony. Salute to war heroes Lt. Commander Beck addresses corps Col. Iordcm places wreath at Roll oi Honor Mrs. Iones presents Cadet Col. Nuenke with Col. Tones' sabre CHICAGO WATER TQWER SURVIVED THE FIRE OF 1871 Chicago. .Qfmcw ...V me 1 IUNIOR PLAY Members ot the lunior Class pooled their talents to present three one-act plays in Blake Theatre on Dec. 4th and Sth. Starring in Ulf Men Be- haved as Women Do", were Bon Kammerer, Iohn Bacino, Hal Nakamura, Harry Dara- baris, and DeWayne Anderson. 'lThe Name ls Iohnston M With a T", featured George Mahon, Bill McClellan, Iohn Fitzgerald, Richard Dina, and Keith Shrum. luniors appearing in "ln the Zone", Were Gonzalo latte, lim Goss, Henry Lang, lack Dahl, Ken Noorlag, Ed Walline, Bob Van Stone, and Bob Foers- ter. The plays Were directed by Lt. lohn Woods, faculty ad- visor tor the juniors, Donn Gear, stage manager, Was aided by Bob Hartman, Bob Lorenzen, and Norm Gagnon. Scenes from Iunior Play 102 The annual Football Banquet, held on November l7th, honored the Lower School, Frosh-Soph and Varsity Football teams. Lower School letter awards were presented by Lt. Harry Olds and Lt. lack Moreno, Frosh-Soph letters were presented by Lt, Dick Dickinson and Lt. Warren Hudson. Captains loseph Ziemba and Gene Rodie awarded letters to the varsity. Colonel Ray Hanson, Director of Athletics, Western State Teachers' Col- lege, was the guest speaker tor the evening. Major Arthur Gumbrell served as Master ot Ceremonies tor the evening. Speakers' Table Cadet Holland receives Frosh-Soph letter Col. Hanson chats with varsity players e 103 INAUGURAL BALL The Mothers' Club presented their annual dance in the gymnasium on lanuary 24th. Since it so closely followed the inauguration ot President Eisen- hower, the dance was appropriately named the lnaugural Ball. The gym was lined on each side with rows ot trees and street lamps to represent Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, DC. The loanclstand was decorated to represent the White House Portico. Music was furnished by Lane Emery and his Orchestra. Mothers in charge ot the various committees included Mrs. Sumner Sadd, Mrs. Clarence lordan, Mrs. Henry Krueger, Mrs. lrving l-lerriott, Mrs. Theodore Diemer, Mrs. Arthur Francis, Mrs. Charles Leonard, and Mrs. Peter Stogis. Scenes from the Inaugural Bull 104 DRILL COMPETITION The annual Drill Competi- tion Was held in the Academy Gymnasium on lan. l4th, I-larry Klein, a member of C Company, Won the Best Drilled Freshman competition. Keith Shrum, I-ldg, Company, captured tirst place honors as best drilled cadet. The Best Drilled Squad was also a Hdg. Company unit. It consisted oi Sgt. Harry Darabaris, Charles Stehlik, Melville Schwab, lack Nemeth, Larry Seres, George Farr, Leonard Martinec, Keith Shrum, and lohn Karnin. ludges for the event Were Major Travis E. Webb and Captain Robert C, Gear, Fifth Army Instructors from the Chi- cago Public High Schools. Keith Shrum, Best Drilled Cadet Harry Klein, Best Drilled Freshman Squads go through their paces 105 MILITARY BALL Scenes from popular Military Bull The Annual Military Ball Was held in the gymnasium on March 7th, 1953. The dance was highlighted by the Arch ot Sabres presented by the cadet officers. The success oi the dance was due largely to the earnest Work oi the following committees: Bids, Tom Boyd, Band, Iohn Gislason, Refreshments, Bon lglow and Mario Simi, Decora- tions, Bichard Brown and Bob Mazik, lnvitations, Ronald Mar- tinec and Donald Maw. The music was iurnished by Iimmy Bichards and his Orchestra. ff it 1 .atzifiifk-95nd, I U W5 -'-'2?'fr2'z2 -' , vw.-A M, urn ir 106 QQLMHWQH gg? ww,--:U t Q mx , .J W N . .5 ilindl -:gf t fl, .. MN - ' ' Lite-W ,Inn wi' i '. , xc A4455 fig ' wi ,ciwj 1 N' im 3 s 5!1,1fQp ' -' ' 'A Z"33lliW9 - :jfjii1rL2Qi'g'l L Levis!! 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Refreshments in Upper Gym Cadet Gislcrson crowns Queen Receiving line Cadets Zacccrri cmd Pcxloucek cmd dcxtes Q N -.e:i5s'?:, 1 'fgmrg 7g'i'v':w-1 -- -' 'ff' t - Egvglzzlfididiiklzvmaw PM an ' " is . :i'C1m:ago W ,.,, :fC : Avamza-. Q, ice vi 45 XE'-'f ,pt,, 'SIT O lf , fsi'g'.'1, siilzfgiifms-f: -5,3 , - .A E N M f, - ..., A ' :-:.,- -V ' 1 , - ' W r -"Q: ..r.... f Ig , Q "i' ' is r '- V, C 107 Plebe inspection by Iglow Plebes shine shoes Mrs. Iones and Mrs. DeGraw at Inaugural Ball Sunday parade Plebe gets fed up Target practice Mrs. Devilibus and Mrs. Bardach - Business Office Fathers' Club paints gym Big Iohn relaxes 12 o'c1ock detail Banquet entertainers Looking North 5' :1 l'l f Michigan Ave. Mild 1 I 3 tim? iii 'ii' X 11 I gum la!! YI! 1" 5 , . 4 Q cn fi Q WS . 3, ,.,, , . 5 , v v- . gi A . .L ., v, N. : , . A- ,,. 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YL ,vi 1,5 W 'Qs-X' gf gzww , Q 'Em Wghzhligw 1 A Q ,M if w , Rigiywwf 112 55 wi-.-T ..,.- ,ly ' , i V 1.51:-:EQ r" " " ' LY?tLif11rEZE,,s . , ,,.. ., f ': ' - ,a 4 A My :V A df- .. in I .,,Wv4- .. 7? , .V ,lVf,,qig,,,k,n Xml ,hwy A M ., , .4 - X, Y r:'-'l sfii' if A" xx! 5 4 ,Ms y ' gf H will - 'I'2"'5:?z:.::, ., j 3 x MW.. . v V , qztm r A , ff if -'-' ' ' .Lv ga ' Sew new xg? W L lg 1 , ' nab if -' -r , ff , 1 gl - EEE Rags 313 ffl 4 , , , ,,,, Q :ff ,- 4 xv ,W www: N ,, t1":E'::1Es I ef' he risk if -.-f.:::.- ,- f A Q, W W ?f2'?fFif?'L" g:Q:::f,7 i' f , ' Q T42 " ft x I K. r a A .,,.r ,r .,..,,,. , I X Z M , if fe I ,. cs- ,,,. M W n i l N N V ,MW,,, H ' vw, nw: " vias xml rfkazxqfgfgi g ., 'F f, .-.. 1 g 5 ,.,. . .. ., ' -' M X Q ii, M V.W. ,x,. , NM, mm X Michigan Ave Skyline I f'WmnwvN3h""qg,QM W., C7Aicaqo,.Q?f4noI4 J 113 LOWER SCHOOL A iss X : 2 : . M3535 , 334 15' 5? . : C AL. iwkj THE LOWER LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT MYRON ROLAND I. LONG, MA. A. STEVENSON, B.S. MI-XIOR DOUGLAS Commandant of Cadets . Dean of Cadets I. RIPLEY, B.H. Sixth Grade Mathematics Principal MISS BARBARA FO OTE CI-IOOL FACULTY LIEUTENANT IOHN L. BAER. B.A. Science LIEUTENANT WINFRIED GERTH, B.S. Social Studies LIEUTENANT GERALD A. COZINE, M.S. Fifth Grade LIEUTENANT CRAIG G. GUNTER, M.S. Sixth Grade --Y.,-.mlb MRS. LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT MRS. RUIE PRINDLE ELEANOR T. KLING LEONARD C. HARRY D. OLDS, B.S. Housemoiher Third Grade LAMP-NSKL MA- English Fourth Grade Social Studies Social Studies Physical Education NOT PICTURED: LIEUTENANT ROBERT MRS. ELIZABETH BOREDENAUE, B.Ed. ALICE IANNEY. B.A. Filth Grade Fourth Grade , Q WHMMWM, ,,,d..f1-W - . . QOU"1'i P "f5Z,flf" RIVER 118 I -1-P3 f , . Q., fl 12 -wil -'U' uv' IOHN CHARLES ALDRIDGE P.F .C . Born August 31, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1958. Rifle Club 8. Chess Club 7. Glee Club 7. Lightweight Basketball 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8. PAUL M. ANGELL Private Born October 3, 1939, Entered MPMA lanuary, 1952. Stamp Club 8. Camera Club 8. Cadet Clarion 7. Cavalry 8. IERRY D. BOWDEN 2nd Lieutenant Rifle Club 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, Secretary 8. Football 8, 7, 8, Captain 8. Lightweight Basketball 8, 7, 8. Heavy- weight Basketball 8. Track 4, 5, 6, 8. Baseball 6, 7, 8. Camera Club 8, 7. Cadet Clarion 5, 6, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 6, 7, 8. Hobby Club 7. Cavalry 4, 5, 5. L,S.A,C. 6, 7, 8. Class President 4, 5, 6, Vice-Presi- dent 7. Honor Cord 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Gold Medal 5. Silver Medal 7, Rifle Club Medal. IOHN CHARLES BOWMAN P.F.C. Born October 24, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Football Manager 8. Baseball Manager 8. Cavalry 4, 5. Baseball Manager 8. Honor Cord. Cross Guns. GRADE WILLIAM E. BUCKINGHAM Born February 8, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Glee Club 7, 8. Track 8. Baseball 8. Camera Club 8. Boy Scouts 7. Cavalry 7. ANTHONY PAUL CARLIN Born February 10, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Stamp Club 6. Rifle Club 7, 8. Glee Club 6, 7, 8. Football 8. Baseball 8. Camera Club 6, 8, President 8. Cadet Clarion 7. Boy Scouts 6. Hobby Club 6. Cavalry 8, 7. L.S.A.C. 8. ROBERT MONTGOMERY CLARK Sergeant Born February 12, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1958. Rifle Club 8, 7, 8, Treasurer 8. Glee Club 6. Football 6, 7, 8, Captain 8. Lightweight Basketball 8, 7, 8, Captain 6. Baseball 8, Track 6, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 6, 7. Cadet Clarion 8. L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8. Honor Cord, Scholastic Medal. ROBERT BRINGHURST CRASKE Corporal Born luly 21, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Rifle Club 6, 7, 8. Football 7, 8. Lightweight Basket- ball 8. Track 8. Baseball 8. Boy Scouts 7. L,S.A.C. 8. Class Secretary 5, Treasurer 7. 119 EIGI-ITI-I 112' EIGHTI-I W RONALD IOE FISHER 2nd Lieutenant Born March ll, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 7, 8. Glee Club 7. Football 7, 8, Most valuable, Captain. Track 8. Baseball 7, 8. Hobby Club 6. Cavalry 8, 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. Class Sgt-at-Arms 7. THOMAS IAY FOX Private Rifle Club 6, Medal 6. Chess Club 5, 8. Glee Club 8. Football 6. Lightweight Basketball 8, 8. Heavy- weight Basketball 8. Track 6, 8. Baseball 8, 8. Camera Club 6. Cadet Clarion 6. Boy Scouts 6. Hobby Club 8, 8. Cavalry 8, 8. L.S.A.C. 8, 7, 8. Cross Guns. Honor Cord 6. Class Vice-President 6. Sgt.-at-Arms 6, 8. EDWARD IOSEPH GLORIOSO Private Born May 28, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Chess Club 5. Football 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 7, 8. Track 8. Baseball 7, 8. Camera Club 6. Hobby Club 6. L.S.A,C. 8. Class Secretary 5, Sgt.-at-Arms 5. Honor Cord. IAMES HOFFMAN Captain Born April 15, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Stamp Club 5, 8. Rifle Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Football 7, 8. Basketball Lights 7. Basket- ball Heavies 8. Track 7. Hobby Club 5, 6. L.S.A.C. 8. Class Secretary 8. ,Amman KENNETH IOSEPH HOSS Corporal Born April 4, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Rifle Club 5. Track 5, 6. Camera Club 8. Cavalry 5. Class Sgt.-at-Arms 5. IACK ROBBINS HOULSBY Private Born lune 4, 1939. Entered MPMA lanuary, 1949. Rifle Club 8. Chess Club 8. ELI RUBIN IAFFE Staff Sergeant Born February 28, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 8, 7, 8. Football 8, 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 7. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Track 8, 7, 8. Baseball 6, 7, 8. Camera Club 6, Boy Scouts 6, 7. Hobby Club 8. Cavalry 6, 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. Honor Cord. GALE ROBERT IOHNSON Private Born luly 13, 1939. Entered MPMA October, 1952. Rifle Club 8. Glee Club 8. Boy Scouts 8. Cavalry 8. .amy -FQ' omega- . 4.r!, H. . ,,, M .. ,Ui 4.-sw ,ww RAYMOND FRANCIS KLAMA Private Born May 17, 1939. Entered MPMA lanuary, 1950. Rifle Club 8. Glee Club 8. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Track 7, 8, Baseball 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 7, 8. Hobby Club 7, 8. Cavalry 8, 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8. ROBERT ULRIC KREBSER Private Born lune 13, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1852. Rifle Club 8. DAVID IOHN LINDHOLM Private Rifle Club 5. Cflee Club 8. Football 6. Track 8. Baseball 6, 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 7. Hobby Club 7, 8. Cavalry 7, 8. EDWARD LEONARD MADSEN Sergeant Born December 8, 1939. Entered MPMA October, 1948. Rifle Club 5. Football 8, Lightweight Basket- ball 7. Heavyweight Basketball 8, Track 5, 8 Baseball 8. Cavalry 4. L.S.A.C. 8. Class President 5, 7, Secretary 6. Silver Medal 5. IACK C. MATEER P.F.C. Born September 2, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Rifle Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Glee Club 6, 7, 8. Cam- era Club 8. Boy Scouts 7. Class Vice-President 6. Rifle Medal. IOHN IOSEPH MICELI Private Born December 16, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Stamp Club 8, 7. Rifle Club 6, 7, 8. Chess Club 5, 6, 7. Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Football 6, 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 7. Baseball 7, 8, Camera Club 6, 7. Cadet Clarion 5, 8, 7, 8. Boy Scouts 6, 7, 8. Cub Scouts, Den Chief 7. Hobby Club 7, 8. Cavalry 5. L.S.A.C. 8. Class Sgt.-at-Arms 5. DEMETRIOS GEORGE MILONAS Corporal Born September 4, 1940. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Stamp Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Rifle Club 5. Glee Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Football 6, 7, 8. Baseball 8. Camera Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 5, 6. Boy Scouts 6, 7. Hobby Club 5, 6, 7, 8. Cavalry 5, 8. Class Sgt.-at- Arms 5. IOSEPH B. PASSAFIUME Private Born April 19, l939. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 8, 7, 8. Glee Club 6. Football 6, 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 6, 7. Heavyweight Basket- ball 8. Track 7, 8. Baseball 7, 8, Boy Scouts 6. Hobby Club 5. L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8. Class President 5, Vice-President 4, Treasurer 5. 121 GRADE ANDREW A. SELVA 1stLieutenanl Born lanuary 23, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1950. Rifle Club 6, 7, 8, President 8. Glee Club 6. Football 6, 7, 8. Heavyweight Basketball 7, 8. Track 6, 8. Baseball 8. Boy Scouts 6. Hobby Club 6. L.S.A.C. 6, 7, 8. Honor Cord, Scholastic Medal. IAMES PATRICK SHEA Corporal Born Iune ll, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Rifle Club 7. Glee Club 7. Baseball 7, 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Boy Scouts 7. IEROME PETER SIWINSKI lst Sergeant Born August 22, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1951. Rifle Club 7, 8. Football 8. Track 8. Base- ball 8. Cadet Clarion 8. Boy Scouts 7. Hobby Club 7. Cavalry 7. l...S.A,C. 8. Scholastic Medal. Honor Cord. Basketball Manager. PETER L. SPITZ 1 P.F.C. Born Iune 16, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Chess Club 8. Track 8. 122 ...fum- mm! -...rd ROBERT A. VERNON P.F.C. Born Iune 21, 1939, Entered MPMA September, 1958. Rifle Club 7, 8. Glee Club 7. Football 6, 7, 8. Lightweight Basketball 7. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Baseball 7, 8. L.S.A.C. 8. Honor Cord 6, 7, 8. IAMES R. WHITSON Private Born April 26, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rifle Club 8. Football 8. I-XRLEN GUS WIDEN Corporal Born September 2, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1948. Glee Club 4, 5, 6. Football 8. Lightweight Basketball 7. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Track 5, 8. Baseball 8. Cavalry 4. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. Class greident 6, Vice-President 5, Secretary 6, Honor or . MICHAEL VERNON WINN Private Born February l, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rifle Club 8, Football 8. Rifle Team 8. .-.uae-f EIGHTI-I GRADE WALTER CHESTER DUSZA Private Born May 2, 1939. Entered MPMA February, 1953. RUSSELL HARRIS Private Born September 15, 1939. Entered MPMA Ianuary, 1953. Rifle Club 8. Baseball 8. Hobby Club 8. DARYL EBERT LARSON Private Born August 7, 1939. Entered MPMA September, 1949. Rifle Club 5, 7. Chess Club 7. Glee Club 5, 7. Lightweight Basketball 7, 8, Track 5, 8. Baseball 8. Cadet Clarion 7. Cavalry 5, 7. L.S.A.C. 7, 8. ROBERT K. NIEBERGER Private Born February 15, 1939. Entered MPMA Ianuary, 1953. Heavyweight Basketball 8. Baseball 8. HUGH FRANCIS O'CONNOR Private Born November 2, 1938. Entered MPMA September, 1952. Rille Club 8. Football 8. Track 8. Baseball 8. Cadet Clarion 8. MARSHALL PALMER Private Born February 13, l938. Entered MPMA lanuary, 1958. Rifle Club 8. Track 8. Baseball 8. Hobby Club 8, OSCAR TAKAGI SUGIMOTO Private Born December 10, 1939. Entered MPMA February, 1953. Ritle Club 8. Baseball 8. Hobby Club 8, l 2 X 2? ASW If SEVENTH GRADE Quai We ,Q Alexander Barker, Bruce Berge, Donald M Caravette, Orlando Carlson, Iames Crush, Edward Ellis, Christ Grove, Iames Grue, Ronald Hillman, Donald Houska, Charles Kaftan, Dennis McGregor, Michael Merchant, Iames Middleton, Kenneth Miliiano, Peter Paul, Terry Rakas, Iames Roderick, Morgan Safiran, Curtis Ji. 4259 ' gg Schankerman, Benjamin -,tw ,J Sundberg, Sander 3, Telrev, Ronald , ,Q is f-M9333 ASA 5 ,..,-aug, t Lf,,,,,-s-it 1 , l urn. ,-mum-uf sims ,w n 4' ar 59" , YV A I TV 1 f ,134 SIXTH GRADE Aldridge, lefiery Amadeo, Ralph Amadio, Dominic Berry, Dennis Berry, M. Burin, Richard Braunstein, Lawrence Cameron, Bruce Canfield, Alan Farran, lack Groves, Darwin Harmon, Tommie Hoppe, Bruce Ioyce, Russell Iunkunc, Charles Kahoun, Thomas Kaplas, Michael Lorenz, Iulius Rano, Louis Riley, I ack Shrum, Ronald Simon, lohn Skodon, Edward Sway, Richard Tracy, Albert Corcoran, Robert Frey. I ames Glesener. Kenneth Grieihahn, Thomas Hopkins, Nicholas Iohnson, Daniel Klugman, Michael Lenzi, Danilo Lorenz, George Medic, Ion McDermott. Floyd Mrozek. Thomas Murdoch, Thomas Oswald, Iohn Shostrom. Robert Sonnenschein. Brian Soper. Mark Vicmo, Iack FIFTH GRADE 4. Boone Bruce . Davis Bronson Y' K' i"X' ,gf 7 i M -V Q ,QQ Alexander, Ronald W f Mg! Z r 1 We A 5 M ij WA ' 'fl' -5 l 5 1 :51 g g wx M A DeMet, Peter Dyksma, Thomas Eberle, Frank Fitzpatrick, Bas11 Gerdes, Henry Levin, Larry K M if Miller, George Z' Palmatier, William Robbins. Stuart Samuelson, Ieflrey Schriber, Michael Stewarl, William Swenson, Thomas Sm1g1elsk1. Michael sw Beilfus, Iohn Bright, Richard Connolly, Thomas Glickaui, Peter Hartmann, Glenn Mays, Thomas Roessler, Edward Rolfe, Kenneih Schomburg, Ierry Small, Eugene Walters, lames Weyersirahs, William FOURTH and THIRD GRADES Wrigley Building 127 CADET COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Cadet 2nd Lt. Ierry Bowden, lst LL Andrew Selva, Capt. Idmes Hoff- man, 2nd Lt. Ronald Fisher, 2nd Lt. Thomas Murdock. NON-CCDMS JUNIOR GRADE Row 1: Schomburg, Loung. Farrczn, Glese- ner, Robbins, Palmatier, McDermott. Row 2: I. L. Grove. R. A m a d e 0. Aldridge, H o p p e. Grue, Cara- vette, Saffran, Iunkunc. Row 3: Craske, Tetrev. Clark, Madsen, Icxffe, Siwinski, Widen, Passa- fiume. Milonas, Shea, Hoss. J K BTREET BEKXCH CHICAGO, ILL 128 CAMERA CLUB Angel, Milonas, Buckingham, Lt. Gerth, Hoffman, Carlin, Hoss, Alexander. CAVALRY Row 1: McDermott, Le- vin, Iohnson, Li. Cozine, Walters, Gerdes, Hoes- sler. Row 2: Miller, Tracy, Lenzi, Klugman, Can- field, Kaftan, Soper, Eberle. Row 3: G. Iohnson, Angell, Shea, Ellis, ' Rakas, Cameron, Grue, ' Lindholm, H a r m o n, Amedeo. ilfma ' .,.. - Q N fwfw ww , ,A r--A -7 , ' iz ' -wffWw'vW4"M5 w ""' Km.. a M ' 2 'V f pf1wf'1r2-wvgywe A M ww,K2 sP2WfP'E'f2wSW- wglfwzfe , X53-yfffee--+"'r,,, ,.,,,,,M K, 5, :WMQ-V. M , , ,W ,,,,,,, W-iwwg.3,1.M.,.Qz2g .W w:w-,.,5M2f2wf.,Q,,,,A A.,5f,,Q, 4 'Nf"f"-'PM-595-'gf bww Q'L.EF'Z'iWeEwX-Hssf?5XW'Q 129 RIFLE CLUB Row 1: Lorenz, Ioyce, Amadio, Lt. Olds, Swoy, Simon, G. Iohnson. Row 2: Berge, Crush, Klcrma, Whitson, Ellis, Krebser, Hoss, Tetrev. Row 3: Vernon, Hillman, Iaffe, Siwinski, Hoffman, W i n n, Schankerman, McGregor. FOOTBALL TEAM Row 1: Caravelle, Lt Olds, Lt. Wray, LL Mo- reno, Alexander, Sko- don, Milonas. Row 2: I. Bowden, Craske, Klcxmcr, Schec- ter, Widen, O'Connor, Passaiiume, Madsen Shankerman, Vernon Micelli. Row 3: Clark, Winn Kennedy, Icxlfe, Selva Fischer, Siwinski, Hoff- man, Naudin, Carlin P rx c ini, T. Kahoun Glorioso. 1 1 1 Entrance to Stock Yards 1 Azrefigifiisiivzi, , . ' ,f,.f.1f2g f?Q'5r5f.?:gg ma , 'Ziff .- .:' :' feR5E"b w?iffgmiz:"i ' mm iiixan' M BASKETBALL TEAM Row 1: Alexander, Lar- son, Lt. Lamcmski, Cara- Vette. Row 2: Fox, Aldridge, Klama, Vernon, Bow- man, Bowden, Glorioso. Row 3: Passaiiume, Widen, Iaife, Selva. Hoffman, M a d s e n, Clark. 1952 TRACK TEAM Row 1: Alexander, Dyksma, Robbins, Le- vin, Cook, Braunstein, Caravette. Row 2: Stephens, Kriv- sky, Graves, T. Kahoun, Iarabek, Trick, Ald- ridge. Mf,.,n1?:15f,.' EIGHTH GRADE PLATOON Row 1: G. Iohnson, Lar- son, Glorioso, Fisher, Selva. Bowman, Bow- den, Craske. Row 2: Fox, Aldridge Lindholm, H o u l s b yl Krebser, Klama, Spitz Shea, Hoss, Miceli, An- gell. Row 3: Whitson, Milo- nas, Vernon, Passa- iiume, Carlin, Winn Buckingham, Siwinski, Iaffe, Hoffman, Widen. Madsen, Clark, Cistaro SEVENTH GRADE PLATO ON Row 1: Kaftan, Alexan- der, Saiiran, I. Grove Sundberg, Paul. Row 2: Roderick Houska, Berge, Crush. Tetrev, Evans, Middle- ton, Carczvette. Row 3: Carlsen, Ellis Schankerman, Hillman: Rakas, Grue, Merchant McGregor. PLATGON S l32 1 1 Diversuy Harbor Island Park Scene FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE PLATOON How 1: Klugman, Tracy, Lorenz, Westenberger, Canfield, Ioyce, Frey. Row 2: Amedeo, Simon, D. Groves, Shrum, D. Iohnson, Swoy, March. Row 3: Kcxplas, Ald- ridge, Skodon, Rano, Cameron, K a h o u n, Shostrom, Hermon, Hoppe. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE PLATOON Row I: McDermott. Son- nenschein, C r a i g , Loung, Viano, F. Iohn- son, Oswald. Row Z: Farran, Burin, Iunkunc, Medic, Ame- dio, Riley, Murdock. Row 3: Soper, Greifhahn, Berry, Corcoran, Lenzi, Braunstein, M r o z e k Mark, Glesener. THIRD AND FOURTH GRADE PLATOON Row 1: Gedgaudas Roessler, Connelly Eberle, Hartman, Alex- ander, Smigielski. Row 2: Boone, Schom- burg, Levin, Demet, A. Davis, Bright, Mays, Walters, Gerdes, Schmidt. Row 3: Robbins, Weyer- strahs, Palmatier, Swen- son, Dyksma, Fitzpat- rick, Stewart, B. Davis Samuelson, Mil I e ri Schriber. 133 1 1 Row 1: Curavetie, Crcrske, Larson, Lt. Olds, Fox, Bowden Alexander. Row 2: Glorioso, Miceli, Bowmcrn, Pusscriiume, Madsen, Clark Klcrma. Aldridge. Row 3: Widen, Iaffe, Siwinski, Fisher, Selva, Hoffman, Ccxrlin Vernon. L. S. A. C. Lincoln Park Harbor 134 1 Lagoon, Brookfield Zoo ABSENTEES INDIVIDUAL SECTION Row 1: A. Davis, Gerdes, Gegaudcxs. Row 2: Alexander, Bel- lamy, Evans, Craig. FEBRUARY NEW MEN RoW1:Sctmmc1rco, Schmidt, Whittington. Selfand, Bryan, Carlin, Connell. Row 2: Nieman, Hagen, Sutherlin, Nieberger, Harris, Riddiford, Dusza, Cistaro, Hallcher, Shep- cxrd, Heath. 135 5 Navy Pier Aldridge, Ieffrey .... Aldridge, Iohn ....... Alexander, Robert .. . Amadeo, Ralph ..,.. Amadio, Dominio .... Anderson, DeWayne . . . . . . . Andrews, Benny .,.. Angell, Paul ...... Arbet, Iohn ..... Avard, lohn .... Bacino, lohn ,.,... Baerenz, Fred ....... Bandyk, Edward .... Barker, Bruce ..,.. Bauer, Richard Beadle, lames .. Bearce, Larned . .. Beard, Robert ..... Beard, William . .. Beil, George .... Beilfus, lohn ..... Bellamy, Bradley . .. Benson, Larry .... Berge, Donald .... Berman, Alan . .. Berry, Dennis ...... Bertash, Matthew . . . Beshir, Alton ...,. Bingen, Ioseph .,.. Boone, Bruce .. Bowden, lames . . . Bowden lerr .... , Y Bowman, lohn ........ .... Boyd, Thomas ........... .... Braunstein, Lawrence Bright, Richard ........ .... Brown, Barry , ,... .... . . . . Brown, Richard . . . Bryan, Bruce ........ . . . . Buchanan, Lenox . ..... .... Buckingham, William Burge, Raymond .,,... ..... Burin, Richard ........ Cameron, R. Bruce .. Campe, loel ....,.. Canfield, Alan Canfield, Arthur .... Caravette, Frank ...... .... Caravette, Orlando . Carlin, Anthony ..... Carlin, Kenneth .... Carlson, lames ..... Cassidy, Denis ...... Castellanos, Daniel .. Clark, Robert .....,.. Clasen, Wilbert .... Cochrane, David Connell, Patrick .... Connelly, Thomas .. Cooper, Peter ...... Corcoran, Robert .... Craig, Forrest .... Craske, Robert Craske, William .... Crittield, George Dahl, lack ....,... Darabaris, Harry . .. Davis, Bronson Davis, Donald ...... DeGeorge, Vincent .. DeMet, Peter ....... Diamond, Dale .. Diemer, Theodore . Dina, Richard ,... Drennan, lohn Duttek, Malcolm Dusza, Walter .... Dybalski, Martin Dyksma, Thomas Dykstra, Fred ..... Eberle, Frank ....... Eghoian, Nicholas .. Hllltop 5-6568 .,... Hllltop 5-6668 ....... Elmhurst 6443 W .... SPring 7-4574 ..... TOrrence 2-6908 .... BEver1y 8-1842 ........ DOrchester 3-3386 KEnwood 8-4646 ..... BEverly 8-5700 BEverly 8-7468 .... TOrrence 2-5113 .... TRiangle 4-7585 . .. YArds 7-8055 ....... SAginaw 1-5505 ...... CEdarcrest 3-5505 Caseville 80R3 ,..., 1-lllltop 5-8828 ......, SAginaw 1-3866 .... SAginaw 1-3866 .... 1-lllltop 5-4303 ........ . Palos Park 1329 W ..,. UNiversity 4-6112 .. . F. 4-7691 ......... TRiangle 4-6492 .... G-Ary 5-3000 ........ Vlncennes 7-6798 . . . BEverly 8-0314 .... BEver1y 8-9310 ..,.. CEdarcrest 3-0850 . . . Hllltop 5-3741 ..... KAnkakee 2-6375 . . . 10910 ProspectAve. 10910 ProspectAve. Rt.83 and Lake St.,Elmhurst,11l. 4041 Ko1marAve. 789 Forsythe Ave., Calumet City, 111. 102180akley Ave. 2052 E.72nd Place 4905 Woodlawn Ave. 2734 W. 107th St. 9652 Seeley Ave. 14 l63rd St., Calumet City, 111. 8353 Vernon Ave. 4746 S. Bishop Ave. ... . .. 7832 Luella Ave. . . , .10226 Oakley Ave. . .. . Caseville, Michigan ... 9606 Hoyne Ave. 7417 Oglesby Ave. 7417 Oglesby Ave. 10517LeavittSt. ... .. 11931 74th Ave., Palos Heights, 111. ............ 217 Kedzie St., Evanston, 111. .. 100 Osceloa Drive, Pontiac, Michigan 8841 S. Union Ave. . . . . 761 Cleveland St., Gary, lnd. 8800 S. Wabash Ave. 10535 SeeleyAVe. .... 11059 Hoyne Ave. 9136BellAve. 10895 Prospect Ave. .. . 262 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, Ill. KAnkakee 2-6375 .. . ..... 262 S. Greenwood Ave., Kankakee, 111. Blue lsland 1170 . .. 1-lllltop 5-6110 ..... UN. 3-8519 ...... GAry 4-6445 ...... UPtown 8-6815 ...... GRovehill 6-4316 .... WAterfal1 8-7016 .... BEverly 8-1442 ...... ENg1ewood 4-5963 .... PU1i13iQtft'5-2005 ' ' ' PUllman 5-4564 . . . SKyline 4-5250 .... Hllltop 5-3315 ..... Hllltop 5-3315 ....... Blue lsland 5555 .... Blue lsland 5555 .... GAry 2-8380 .,..,. GAry 2-8380 ....., Hllltop 5-6665 .... CGmmodore 4-0367 1 1 1 I A 1 lfiflfi-i5.i1l1lt5'9li3ll .H 'H 12910 S. Greenwood Ave., Blue lsland, Ill. l0835HoyneAve. . . . . 17394 Wildemere Ave., Detroit, Mich. .. . . . . . . 617 W. 43rd Place, Gary, Ind. 2608 W. Ainslie Ave. 62l0S.TroyAve. .... 12902 Lowe Ave. 98l4S.HoyneAve. 5626 S. Racine Ave. 5714 W. 89th St., Oak Lawn, 111. 10518 S. Forest Ave. 12154 EgglestonAve. 220th and Richton Road, Richton Park, Ill. OakleyAve. OakleyAve. . . . . 2260 Florence Ave., Blue lsland, Ill. . 2260 Florence Ave., Blue lsland, 111. ..........606 W. 11th Ave,, Gary, lnd. . . . .. . . .606 W, llth Ave., Gary, Ind. 10423ArtesianAve. 135 W, 109th Place . Maclero -79527 - 210, Mexico City, Mexico ... . .. . 212 Maumee St., lonesville, Mich. SAg1naw 1-2561 .... .................... 8 543 S. Bennett Ave. EStebrook 8-7429 ..., .............................. 5 320 Crystal St. Van Buren 6-6244 .... ............,........ 8 05 S. Independence Blvd. Mlchigan City 4-4845 ..... 2949 Lake Shore Dr., Long Beach, Michigan City Naperville 803 W 1 .. . ........... R.F.D. -ffl - Box 172 B, Naperville, 111. PLaza 2-2985 .,..... ....,..................... 7 000 East End Ave. Hllltop 5-7360 ..... BEverly 8-0616 .... BEverly 8-0616 .... COmmodore 4-4627 PUllman 5-9631 .. . WAtertall 8-5197 .. SHe1drake 3-4414 . COmmodore 4-0469 SPring 7-6743 ..... Mldway 3-2904 ...... DElaware 7-3242 .. CEdarcrest 3-6455 WAterfa1l 8-3670 .. BEverly 8-6470 .... HEmlock 4-2137 .. . WHitehall 4-8837 .. . R!-Xdclille 3-9674 .. HUdson 3-4784 .... BEver1y 8-1917 Whiting 947 M .... BEverly 8-7262 .... 10521 LongwooclDr. ..... 2139 W. 107th St. .... 2139 W. 107th St. .. 9911 Forest Ave. ...... 10130 Calumet Ave. . . . . 11422 South Park Ave. ..... 7032 N. Ridge Ave. .... 10812 Parnell Ave. ......... 3716 N. Kedvale Ave. 1606E.50thPlace . . . . 207 E. Chestnut St., Apt. 2F 10874 Bell Ave. .. .. . 10233 South Park Ave. ....... 8956 S. Bell Ave. . . . . 6628 Maplewood Ave. ....... 1251 N, Dearborn ....l338W.87thSt. ..651 E. 75th St. 10419 Parnell Ave. . . . 1620 Cleveland Ave., Whiting, lnd. 2057W.95thSL Eigelberner, Stanley .... Elliott, Clinton ........ Elliott, Roger ....... Ellis, Christ ..,..... Esposito, Anthony .... Farr, Kenneth .,., Farran, lack . . . Faure, George . Fehlandt, lohn .... Felsen, Herbert . . . Fischer, Charles .. Fisher, Ronald ........ Fishman, Michael .... Fitzgerald, Iohn ..... Fitzpatrick, Basil ..., Flader, Louis ..... Foerster, Robert . . . Fogle, Dale .... Folz, William . .. Fox, Thomas ...,, Francis, Ronald . . . Freed, Robert ...,,. Freeman, Robert Freiwald, Spencer Frey, lames .,.. Frigo, Angelo .. Fuller, Douglas .. Gable, lames ,...,. Gagnon, Norman ..... Gallagher, Edward .... Gardas, Edward . . . . Gardner, Norman ..,.. Gausselin, Edwin .,.. Gear, Donn .,...... Gear, Harry ........ Gedgaudas, lohn .. . Gelfand, Thomas . .. Gerdes, Henry . .... Gialamas, George .. Gilbert, Alfred .,... Gislason, lohn . ,.,.. . . Glesener, Kenneth .... Glickauf, Peter ..... Glorioso, Edward . . . Goble, Benjamin . .. Gorlick, Arthur . .. Goss, Iames ,..... Gr re, Charles Grice, Stephen ..... Griefhahn, Thomas . . Grove, lames ...... Groves, Darwin .,.. Grue, Ronald ,..... Grundstrom, Allen Hagan, Barry ,...,. Hamilton, S. Ward .... Hansen, Arthur ...,, Harmon, Tommie . Harris, Fernly ,...,. Harrison, William . . . Hart, Charles ..... Hartman, Glenn .,.. Hartman, Robert .... Heath, H. Howard . . . Heath, lames ......... Hendricks, Gordon Hermann, Frank Herriott, lrving ..... .. Hillman, Donald .....,.. Hodonos, Phillip ......... Hoelscher, Albert and Robert Hoffman, lames ............, ...... Holland, Ned ......,..,..... .... Hooning, Iohn Hoover, Pierre Hoppe, Bruce ..,. Hoss, Kenneth .... Houlsby, lohn . . . Houska, Charles. . Howes, David ..,. lglow, Ronald .,...... lrrgang, Ferdinand 111111515 5-4733 ....... Vlncennes 6-2783 . CEdarcrest 3-2514 . WAlbrook 5-0083 .. MAnsfie1d 6-7507 .. . LaGrange 2705 .. . LAkeview 5-7190 .... CEdarcrest 3-5506 . Hllltop 5-9325 .,... GRovehi11 7-1824 .... ESseX 5-6261 ...... HUdson 3-3384 .... WAbash 2-7263 .. . CEdarcrest 3-4379 . PRospect 6-9017 ... EDgewater 4-2571 . . . CEdarcrest 3-0291 . BAyport 3363 ,.... Hllltop 5-1952 .. . STewart 3-3687 . .. BEver1y 8-4836 . . . Hllltop 5-5889 ...., WHiteha11 4-4542 .. Riverdale 0050 ....,. .... FLagstone 2-8636 . Pullman 5-7668 . .. Vlncennes 6-8526 . Humbolt 5600 ,..., ABerdeen 4-7761 .. REpub1ic 7-8266 .. CEdarcrest 3-8689 . Hllltop 5-5034 ,,.,. BEverly 8-2569 .,.. BEverly 8-2569 .... GA. 6-6046 ....., ESsex 5-6263 . .. TRiang1e 4-5438 .. . GRovehi1l 6-1541 .. 927 ........,...... H1111515 5-8387 Hllltop 5-8916 ,.... BEverly 8-0032 .... BEver1y 8-9887 ,,.. SUperior 7-4200 . .. Vincennes 6-1713 . RAdc1iffe 3-1630 ...... ROgers Park 1-0661 BEver1y 8-2539 .... PAlisade 5-8704 .. CEdarcrest 3-6750 ..,. 2-2345 ............ CApitol 7-7302 .... PUl1man 5-5360 . . . Hllltop 5-4585 ..... CEdarcrest 3-2360 . MErrimac 7-8800 .. 2952 ....,,......., RAdc1iffe 3-0866 . . . B1-iypofi 1-5159 ,..... CEdarcrest 3-5391 . BEver1y 8-7003 .... HEm1ock 4-8681 . .. CEdarcrest 3-1480 PU1lman 5-4815 . .. Hllltop 5-5621 ..... BEver1y 8-7498 .... CEdarcrest 3-8360 . Russell 8231 ...... CApitol 7-5916 .... GUnderson 4-2019 .... . . CEdarcrest 3-9256 . PU1lrrian 5-2821 . . . . loliet 2-7455 ....... BEver1y 8-5327 ..,. HUdson 3-4923 ...... CEdarcrest 3-7628 .. . POrtsrnouth 7-4252 BEver1y 8-6147 .... Rodney 3-2285 ...1 Forest 9-8824 11636 Central Park Ave. .. . . . .. 7959 Sangamon St. .......9431 Racine Ave. .. .,...... 6112 S. Whipple St. 4918 W.Erie St. 819 Spring St., LaGrange, 111. 3007 W.56tl'1 St. 11348 LothairAve. 2159 W. 111th St. .. H601 Deming Place ..... 7139 Yates Ave. 6748 Yale Ave. 400 S. State St. 10559 Hale Ave. .. . . . . . . . 7330 Fairfield Ave. 3008 W. Hollywood Ave. 10812 S.Drake Ave. .. . 9760 Pine St., Bayport, Mich. 10106 Oak1eyAve. .. . . . 7658 Rhodes Ave. 2044 W. 103rdSt. 2335 W. 107thPlace 215E.ChestnutSt. , . . . 406 W, 144th St., Riverdale, 111. 7319 Bridge Lane, Milwaukee, Wisc. . . . ..........,. 10222 Eberhart Ave. 8146 Ca1umetAve. . . 4560 Park Ave., lndianapolis, lnd. 625W.73rdSt. 45l6N.AustinAve. . . . . 4938 S. Honore St. ...... 2518 W. 107th St. 9057 S. Hoyne Ave. . . .. 10636 Seeley Ave. . . .. 10636 Seeley Ave. .. 569 W. 18th St. 8100 Paxton Ave. 14l0W.81stSt. 6152 S.Rockwe11Ave. . . .. 71 N. Lincoln Ave., Lombard, 111. . .......10939 Longwood Drive 11526 Bell Ave. .... 10714 S. Troy Ave. . 10526 Green St. . . . . 701 N. Michigan Ave. 7235 S. Halsted St. 1737 W. 77th St. . ,,... 2440 Wflfoyle Ave. ....... 2515 W. 109th Place . . . . . 3415 N. Normandy Ave. 2160 W. 112th St. . . . , 415 E. First St., Flint, Mich. .... . 2514 N. Sawyer Ave. ........ 10127 Rhoades Ave. . . . . . . .. 11338 Fairfield Ave. 10412 Oak1eyAve. .. .... 7171 W. Bloomingdale Ave. . 927 N. Third St., Marquette, Mich. 8012 E111sAve. 8142 HarperAve. . 9732 S. Hoyne Ave. 10106Leavitt .. . .6407 S. Artesian Ave. . . . . 9957 Winchester Ave. ...... 11312 Lowe Ave. 10455 Bell Ave. 9947 Hamilton Ave. 9300 Damen Ave. . . . . . . . , 506 Broad St., Griffith, Ind. 6720 Hohman Ave., Hammond, lnd. 3553 W. Dickens Ave. . .4332 Kenilworth Ave., Berwyn, 111. 10414 Church St. 10411 Rhodes Ave. .. . 409 Sherman St,, loliet, 111. ........ 10112 Carpenter St. ....... 7612 S. Loomis St. ... 11705 Hale Ave. . . . . 5857 Kildare Ave. 2138 W. 110th Place ................6830N.LolitaAve. 1438 Forest Ave., River Forest, Ill. latte, Eli ......... latte, Gonzalo .,,. lames, Douglas .... ,. . . lerabek, Edward .... .... loehnk, lerry ..,. lohnson, Daniel . .. lohnson, Edward . . . .. . . lohnson, Gale .,.,.... .,.. Iohnson, Frederick .... .... lohnson, lames ,..., .... lones, lack ....... loyce, Russel , . . Iunkunc, Charles , lurka, Thomas . Kaftan, Dennis Kahoun, Ira ....., Kahoun, Thomas . .. . . . . Kamin, Richard . .,.. . . . . Kammerer, Ronald Kaniewski, Ronald Kaplas, Michael ..., .... Karzas, Harry Keane, Paul ..... Keating, Thomas . . , . . , . KenneC1Y, lay .... Kiefer, Robert .. , Kioutas, Steve ...... .... Klama, Raymond . . . . . . . Klein, Harry ....,.... .,.. Klugman, Michael .... .,.. Knudson, Wayne , . . , .. . Kocalis, Anthony . . . . . . . Koester, Kenneth . .. .... Kolalis, Robert ,... Kale, Edward ...... .... Konarski, Richard . . . . . . . Krause, David ..... .... Krebser, Robert .... .... Krivsky, George .. Krueger, Herbert .,, ... , Krueger, Wayne . . Lang, Henry ...., Larsen, Robert .... Larson, Daryl . Larson, lohn ...,. Lasson, lohn ...... . , . 1 . Leimnetzer, Marlin .... ,. . , Lelon, Thomas Lenzi, Danilo ..... Leonard, Charles Levin, Lawrence . Levine, lay .... Lewis, Keith ..... Lindholm, David . 1 . . , . . Lipe, Peter ,....... Lone-rgan, Patrick . . , . . . . Loomis, Ronald .. Lorenz, Iulius ,...... .... Lorenzen, Robert . .. . . . . Loung, George ....... . . MacDonald, Ronald MacKimm, Alexander , .. .. . 1 Mack, Gerald ........ .... Madsen, Edward . . . . . . Mahon, George . . . Mallen, Stephen ... .... Malysa, Philip .... Manelli, Philip March, Giles ..,.,.. .,.. Marcon, lohn ,..... Mark, Barry .,,......... ,,.. Markiewicz, Kenneth Martin, L. Stanbridge . .. . . . . Martinec, Ronald .... .,.. Martinec, Leonard .... .... Martinez, lgnacio .... .... Mateer, lohn ....... Maurer, Philip ..,. Maw, Charles .. Mays, Thomas . .. Mazik, Robert .... McArthur, lames .... .... McClellan, William 3611 .....,........ CLi1fside 4-7520 ..,.. ............,.......... Llncoln 9-8199 ....,.., ..................... POrtsmouth 7-6110 CEdarcrest 3-5751 . GReenlea1 5-6976 . CEdarcrest 3-2592 . STewart 3-9122 ... WAgner 4-4696 . . . GLadstone 3-9261 . 77916 ..,,......... Midway 3-1276 . .. BEverly 6-6062 .... BEverly 7-1756 .... 1-1Em1ock 4-0090 . . . PUllman 5-2603 . .. PUllman 5-2603 . .. ARdmore 1-0660 .. COmmodore 4-3557-1 Bayport 1-6303 ...... .. . REpublic 7-6237 .. ARdInore 1-6694 .. ARmitage 6-7276 . H1111ep5-2098 ..,. 566-1 ......,...,, Hilltop 5-5307 . .. EAstgate 7-1106 ... ..... .... Hllltop 5-3777 ,.... . . .......,. .. Rantoul 1432 ...... B, 1. 994-1 .......,. BRiargate 4-4764 ..,. ..,........,...... N. R, 6-2664 ....,.. 1-lllltop 5-3731 .,.. BEver1y 6-2296 .... BElmont 5-7960 .. Blshop 7-3603 .. . Hllltop 5-4736 .. . Hilltop 5-0479 . .. FOrest 9-6541 ...., CEdarcrest 3-6661 , Hiiitep 5-5030 ....i BEverly 6-5666 ,.........,,......,......,,....... WA1brook 5-0060 .. .. . PO. Box 111, lslamorada, lower Keys, Fla. .. . 3755 Racine Ave. .. 1114 W.A1tgeld St. 6500 Komensky Ave. . 2323 W. 110th Place .. .. . 2115 Greenwood St., Evanston, 111. . . .,,.,....,... 10919 Longwood Drive 7011 St.Lawrence Ave. ., 5115 S. Lowe Ave. . . ...........,.. 2301 73rd Ave., Elmwood Park, 111. .. . 1624 Richmond S., N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. . . .. 2045 E. 72nd St. l0670ProspectAve. 3007 N. Mango Ave. .. 7224 S. Mozart St. 9657 Indiana Ave. 9657 lndiana Ave. . .. . 900 Argyle Ave. . 10443 Indiana Ave. 6445 Exchange Ave. . 6539 Paulina Ave. 2754 Winnemac Ave. . . 2352 Thomas St. 10057 Morgan St . ' 12032'sf '7'1'e1'Akfe.,' Palos Heights, 1111 10601 Oakley Ave. 2466 N, Lincoln Ave. 3259 W. 112th St. ,.. . . .555 Briar Place LAkev1ew 5-7963 .... ...,....,... .. . 700 Eden Park Dr., Rantou1,1ll. . . ......,... 12202 Ann St., Blue Island, 111. 2212 W. Highland Ave. ... . 66 Wellington Ave., New Rochelle, N. Y. . . 9001 Western Ave. 2200 W.101stSt. . .. , 1413 N. Springfield Ave. . . . . . . 2642 S. Sacramento Ave. 11000 Trumbull Ave. 10627 HoyneAve. . . .. 1205 Monroe St., River Forest, 111. .. . ....... ......... 1 0051 Hoyne Ave. .. 10000 Hoyne Ave. 9234 Vanderpoel Ave. .. . .. 1034 W. 59th St. 77-353- .............. Iusepin Camp, Caripito, Monagas, Venezuela, S. A. E. P. 6747 ....,.,.. .....,..... CEdarcrest 3-1320 . Vlrginia 7-7659 . . , BEver1y 6-7011 .... TE. 4-1273 ....,....,. Aberdeen 4-0843 . . Elmhurst ,,.....,.. COmmodore 4-5767 RAdc1i1fe 3-5374 .. 1-lllltop 5-4215 ..... CEdarcrest 3-4604 , .. .. COmrnodore 4-6719 BEver1y 6-0254 ,... BEverly 6-1771 .... RAdc1iffe 3-6030 .. CEdarcrest 3-3209 .. . . ......... . . . .. B. 1. 5696 Q ...... .. OAk1and 4-7049 .. REpublic 7-3637 ...... ................ COmmodore 4-2096 SOuth Shore 6-2259 946 ..,..,,........ TRiang1e 4-3906 .. . Blshop 7-7933 , .. Blshop 7-7933 . .. 20-23-99 ,. ,,... Hllltop 5-2469 ..... BEverly 6-8417 PUllman 5-1703 .. , SAginaw 1-4416 .. Hllltop 5-0496 ..... BEver1y 6-0360 ..,. , 11443 Oakley Ave. BEverly 6-5325 ...,................................ 9225 Trumbull Ave., Evergreen Park, 111. . , ...........,........ 10634 Claremont Ave. .. 2325 S. Leavitt St. 10311 Hoyne Ave. . . . . 4069 Grand Ave., Detroit, Mich. .. .........,....... 6015 Princeton Ave. . . . ,. . 235 Michigan Ave., Elmhurst, 111. 10053 Calumet Ave. 6347 Langley Ave, ' A"""""'.'...2700w.1071hs1. 9641 S. Bell Ave. .. 3217 S. Morgan St. YArds 7-4639 ..,...... . . ... ..... 10147 Rhodes Ave. 10215 Western Ave. 9116 Damen Ave. 9006 Hoyne Ave. Riapubiie 7-3615 fffeiss s. ceiifemie Ave. 6956 Wallace St. 2160 W. 112th St. .. 120 S. Waller Ave. MAnsl1e1d 6-6336 .... .............,.... .. 13150 Francisco Ave., Blue Island, 111. 4412 Drexel Ave. . 6049 Artesian Ave. .. . ..,...,............. 10006 Forest Ave. 9105 lefiery Ave. Q' ' '. '.'. H1010 'Mie1kf11'1e'Q11ve.', 'East ohieege, 111. .. 6142 lndiana Ave. 2317 Kedzie Ave. 2317 Kedzie Ave. .. .. Paseo de las Palmas 1690, Mexico City, Mexico .. 10174 Seeley Ave. 9726 Prospect Ave. .. 11006 Wallace St. .. 1629 E. 66th Place 3250 W. 109th St. .. 9901 Oakley Ave. CEdarcrest 3-7639 .. . . . .... 10405 Seeley Ave. McDermott, Floyd . . McGregor, Michael McGuire, Donald .. McGuire, Ronald .. McKittrick, Kevin . . . McWhorter, Robert Medic, lon .......... ..... Merchant, Iames .. Merdinger, Iohn . . . Metsker, Robert .... Miceli, lohn ..,.... Miller, George ,.... Middleton, Kenneth Milonas, Demetrios Milos, lames ....... Moschioni, Ronald Moss, lames ....... Motto, Frank ...... Mourek, Allan .... Mrozek, Thomas . . . Murdock, Thomas . Murstig, Warren .. . Nakamura, Harold .. . . . . . . Naudin, Edward .. Neiman, Richard .... ...-- Nerneth, lohn ....... ...., Nieburger, Robert . . . . . .. - Noonan, Patrick . .. Noorlag, Kent .... Novak, Donald . . Novak, Richard Nuenke, William . . . O'Connor, Hugh . .. Osborn, Harold .... Ostrowski, Gerald .... . . . . . Oswald, lohn ...... Pallotto, Michael ...... ..... Palmatier, William Palmer, Marshall .... ..... Palm ren Charles ... .. ... Q , Paloucek, lames .. . Pappas, George Passafiume, loseph .. . .- - . . Paul, lames .....,.. Paul, Terry ....... Pepper, Gerald .... Peterson, lack . ., Pipin, Frederick .... Poullman, Larry .... Preuss, William ..... ..-.- Rabishaw, Charles Rabishaw, lames .. Rahke, Ronald ..... Rakas, Iames Rano, Louis ....... Regan, Raymond .. Rhoacls, Bruce .... Riddiford, lohn .. Riggs, Ronald .... Riley, lack .,...... Roberts, William .. Robbins, Huey .... Robbins, Stuart Roderick, Morgan . Roessler, I. Edward Rolfe, Kenneth .... Roopas, Peter ,,... Rosi, Peter ..... Rosi, Philip ...... Rusgis, Warren .... Sadd, William Saffran, Curtis ..... Sammarco, Fred . . . Samuelson, leffrey . Samuelson, G. Wester ..... ..... Schankerrnan, Benjamin .... ..... Scheuneman, lohn ........ ..... Schick, Frederick .... ..... Schlee, Thomas ..... ..... Schlegel, Donald .... ..... Schmidt, Erik ..... Schomburg, lerry .... ..... 3670 ............. Hilltop 5-9143 .... REgent 4-1531 Rligent 4-1531 BEver1y 8-1986 . .. BEver1y 8-8288 . .. REgent 4-8066 .... 575 ................... COmmodore 4-5471 PUllman 5-6657 . . . BEver1y 7-7933 ..... Orlando 3-8326 . . . BEver1y 8-8976 . .. BAyport 1-2449 REpublic 7-8396 .... St. Ioseph 3-2115 BEver1y 8-3282 ....... GUnderson 4-0148 .... OLympic 2-5089 ...... CEdarcrest 3-7065 .... 587Ll ........,..... MAnsfield 6-5230 . . . EAstgate 7-4775 .... EL Paso 5-5644 . .. CRawford 7-6492 . . . Hilltop 5-4395 ..... SOuth Shore 8-4060 .... FOrest 9-9027 ..... TRiangle 4-1465 ....... COrnmodore 4-5791 COmmodore 4-5791 GRovehill 6-0123 . . EAstgate 7-1566 .. REpublic 7-6246 .... 7943 .........,... RAclclitfe 3-0011 ..., REgent 4-0784 ..... wsiiihetbk SlQ7tJ8' f f f .' Clidarcrest 3-6700 . .. GUnderson 4-1275 . .. RAdc1iffe 3-2042 .... 4-9444 ,,.....,..,, POrtsmouth 7-5795 PU1lman 5-3219 . . . BEverly 8-0314 .,.... BEver1y 8-9189 ....... CEdarcrest 3-3372 . FAirfax 4-8138 .... PU1lman 5-0726 . .. PRospect 6-4523 .... PRospect 6-4523 .... HU. 3615 ..,,...... spending 2-4911 Waukesha 4613 .... GAry 4-8177 ...... . . . . 210 Lockerbie Lane, Wilmette, 111. .. ....... 10929 Longwood Drive 8233 Chappel Ave. 8233 Chappel Ave. . . . . . . 9254 Bell Ave. 10047 Damen Ave. 9606 Woodlawn Ave. .. . 269 Maxwell St., Crown Point, Ind. 10116 Eberhart Ave. 11117 Emerald Ave. 2904 N. Merrimac Ave. .. . 6573 Hatchery Road, Pontiac, Mich. 8964 Pleasant Ave. 7613 East End Ave. .. .. ....... 5835 Washtenaw Ave. .. .. .. . . . . . Box 74, Stevensville, Mich. 10552 Seeley Ave. .. . 6643 W. Roosevelt Road, Berwyn, Ill. . . . . . . . 5521 Cermak Road, Cicero, Ill. 10535 Drew St. .. . 207 N. Main St., Monticello, lnd. . ....... 4952 W. Augusta Blvd. 4135 N. Kenmore Ave. . . . . 3600 McKinley Ave., E1 Paso, Tex. 1259 Komensky Ave. l1265BellAve. 7820 Ridge1andAve. . . . .1303 Iackson Ave., River Forest, 111. 7537 Carpenter Ave. 9703 Indiana Ave. ... ..... 9703 Indiana Ave. ,. . .. 6431 Sacramento Ave. .......... 2122 Wellington Ave. ............ 6241 Marshfield Ave. 205 Main St., Dowagiac, Mich. 8533 State St. ...... 13303 Carondolet 11516 Qakley Ave. 3808SheftieldAve. 2040 W. Hopkins Place . . . . 1525 Ridgeland Ave., Berwyn, 111. 7930 Laflin St. 712 S. Burdick St., Kalamazoo, Mich. 5432 Tripp St. ... ...... 10141 Calumet Ave. ....... 10535 Seeley Ave. 2253 W. 110th Place ... 1638 W. 105th Place ..,.. 5310 Harper Ave. ....... 10221 Forest Ave. .......... 6200 S. Francisco Ave. 6200 S. Francisco Ave. . . . . 4146 Meridian, Indianapolis, Ind. 3705AltgeldSt. . . . . 310 E. Main St., Waukesha, Wisc. . . . . . . . . . 3417 Broadway, Gary, lnd. CEdarcrest 3-2122 ................... 9007 Racine Ave. EUclid 6-8193 ...... ......., 3 04 Ridgeland Ave., Oak Park, Ill. Homewood 1152 ........... 2124 Vardon Lane, Flossmoor, 111. BEver1y 8-8153 ........................ 11305 S. Talrnan Ave. W. S. 5243 ......... .... 4946 Woodland Ave., Western Springs, 111. 679 Decatur St., Brooklyn, N. Y. ROgers Park 4-8486 .... ...................... 6 204 N. Sacramento SOuth Chicago 8-8596 . .. .......,..... 10451 Hoxie Ave. CEdarcrest 3-2986 . COmmodore 4-4731 1043 .............. BEverly 8-3343 .... BEver1y 8-3343 . .. Vlrginia'7-3681 . . . Naperville 23 .... BAyport 1-7185 ..... REliance 5-0460 .. . RAdcliffe 3-6404 . .. RAdclif1e 3-6404 ....... Indianapolis R-1530 CEdarcrest 3-3355 .... Clildarcrest 3-3760 . BEver1y 8-5343 .... Hllltop 5-4362 ..... CAlurnet 5-5540 .... 3636 W. 108th St. 10004 Prairie Ave. . . . . 210 Perrin St., Ypsilanti, Mich. ......... 10162 Longwood Drive .... . .. 10162 Longwood Drive 2806 W. 45th St. . . . . . Naperville, Ill. 1729 E. 86th St. .. . . . 6841 Tripp Ave. 962 E.84th Pl. 962 E.84th Pl. R. F. D., Carmel, Ind. . . . . 9772 Vanderpoel Ave. 9025 Laflin St. .. . 10938 Fairfield Ave. .... 3646 W. 108th Pl. . . . . 2037 Hunt Ave. . 2816 Ellis Ave. Schriber, Michael .... .... Schwab, Melville . .. Scruggs, Charles . .. See, Glenn ....... Selva, Andrew Seres, Larry . .,.... . Shea, larnes .......... .... Shepard, Raymond . . . . . . . Shostrorn, Robert . .. Shrum, Keith .,.... Shrum, Ronald Sikorski, Dennis .... Simi, Mario .,.. Simon, Iohn .,.... Sineni, Robert ...... Sineni, William .... Siwinski, lerome .... Skodon, Edward ,... Skontos, George .... Small, Eugene ........ .... Smigielski, Michael smith, Aiden ....... fi' "H Smith, Robert .. . . . .. Smith, William .... Sonnenschein, Brian . .. .... Soper, Mark ...... S eakrnan Everett P 7 Spitz, Peter ,,....... Stecki, Edward .. . Stehlik, Charles Stephens, Wayne . . . Stewart, William . .. Stoker, lames .. . . Stokes, lames ...... Stransk Kenneth . .. . . . . y, . Strapp, Louis ,...... Sundberg, Sander .. Swank, lames ...... Swenson, Thomas . . . Swoy, Richard Stogis, Peter ...,.... Sutherlin, David Taradash, Sherwin . . . . . . . Taylor, Walter ..... Tetrev, Ronald ...... Thineman, Noel ..., Tracy, Albert ....... Tucker, Herbert .... Turnham, Scott ....... . . . . Vacelakos, Franklin . . . . . . . Vallas, Elliott ...... . . . . . . . Valentine, Iames ........ .... Van Antwerp, Howard . . . . . . . Van Stone, Robert ..... .... Vernon, Robert ....... .... Viano, lack ....... Viscount, Robert . . Voornas, Art ,..... Voss, Peter ....... Walline, Edward Walline, Robert . . . Walsh, Philip ,..... . . . . . . . Walters, lames .......... .... Wendt, Edwin ............ .... Westenberger, Richard .... .... Westenberger, William . . . . . . . Weyerstrahs, William Widen, Arlen ,... ...... . . . Wilfur, Harold .... Wilmes, Glen ...... Whitson, lames Wimmer, Leonard . Winn, Michael ..... Young, Gerald .,... Zaccari, Ierome ....... .... Zaferopulos, George .... .... Zaferopulos, Philip . Zibas, Lew .....,... Zedeno, lulian .,...... .... Zielinski, Raymond . .. . . . . Zuro, lack ......... 3251-1 .............. 1007112 N. Vermillion St., Danville, 111. 2789 R2 ....,......... .................. B everly Shores, Ind. COmmodore 4-5770 REpub1ic 7-3620 . . . RE1iance 5-6003 . . . ALbany 2-6452 ..... Rlverside 7-0727 .... Dlversey 8-2911 . . . EUc1id 3-2868 5-9074 ............ 5-9074 .........,.. MErriInaC 7-1877 .. CEdarcrest 3-8422 . COrnmodore 4-3300 COmmodore 4-3300 REpublic 7-6777 .. . CEdarcrest 3-2433 . GRovehill 6-3676 .. VAn Buren 6-1068 . .. Dlckens 2-0710 .. . 676 ............... CEdarcrest 3-1138 . CEdarcrest 3-3635 .... 6249 ,..,,.,....... EUc1id 6-0677 ..... Hilltop 5-9272 .... Wilmette 3261 ..... NAtional 2-0754 . .. STan1ey 8-4009 ..... FUlton 5-0367 ..... SUperior 7-4660 . . . south shore 8-2176 ' ' ' H GRovehill 6-9891 .. PRospect 6-4758 .. . SAginaw 1-5273 .... REpublic 7-6861 . . . BEver1y 8-6028 2073 ............ Hllltop 5-5492 ..... BEverly 8-4364 . . . . GAry 3-2558 .... PUl1man 5-3944 .. . STewart 3-7328 . .. BEverly 8-4153 .... AUstin 7-7449 ...,... HUmbo1dt 6-4940 .,... CEdarcrest 3-5883 .... Hllltop 5-1041 .....,, PRospect 6-8481 . . . l0l57ForestAve. 2525 W. 65th St. 3737 W.70th St. 1832 Humboldt Blvd. 341 Kent Road, Riverside, 111. 561 SurtSt. 229 W. Randolph St. .. . 1053 E. Mishawaka, Mishawaka, Ind. .. .. . 1053 E. Mishawaka, Mishawaka, lnd. CEdarcrest 3-8887 .... 11820 Bell Ave. 7001 W. Diversey Ave. .. . 8357 Hermitage Ave. 345 E.103rd St. 345 E.103rd St. ....... 6632 S, Richmond St. 8316 S. Hermitage Ave. 1624 W. Garfield Ave. ..............,906S.1ndependence 3603 W. George St. .. .... 903 S. Pearl St., New London, Wis. 9933 Oak1eyAve. 8936 Leavitt St. .. 9515 Massasoit Ave., Oak Lawn, 111. . . . . 1008 Ridgeland Ave., Oak Park, 111. l0159ProspectAve. 1241 Ashland Ave., Wilmette, 111. 5340 Deming Pl. ..... 7135 W. 31st St., Berwyn, 111. .. .. 2336 Vermont St., Blue lsland, 111. 162E. Ohio St. .......... 7500 South Shore Drive 2512 W. 63rd St. ... 5112 S. Western Ave. ... . 9518 Greenwood Ave. ..... 7813 S. Western Ave. 11349 Bell Ave. .. . Box 152, Lakeside, Mich. ......... 9801 Beverly Ave. 11436 Oakley Ave. .. . 585 McKinley St., Gary, lnd. 11007 Union Aife. 7622 Wood St. .. . 10763 Longwood Drive ........ 5429 W. Cortez St. 2312 W. Chicago Ave. . . . . 9700 Hamilton Ave. .......................9336Be1lAve. . .................. 1555 W. Garfield Blvd. GLadstone 3-9579 . .. .... 7806 Cortland St., Elmwood Park, 111. BEver1y 8-1526 ...... ...................,. 9 127 S. Bishop Ave. 405 W ...,,..,........ .. . 240 W. St. Charles Road, Elmhurst, 111. CEdarcrest 3-3573 . B. 1. 372 .......,.... . . 6090 .............. LAfayette 3-8827 .. Biiiverliri 8-5278 ' f f .i .i CEdarcrest 3-7536 . CEdarcrest 3-7536 . EAstgate 7-6568 .... RAdclitie 3-7341 . . . MUlberry 5-8204 ....,. CEdarcrest 3-6027 .... CEdarcrest 3-6027 .... SKy1ine 4-6580 ... TRiang1e 4-7242 . . . Hllltop 5-7217 ..... PUl1man 5-1789 . .. 1-1Em1ock 4-9347 . . . Hllltop 5-1046 ..... HEm1ock 4-6643 .. . CEdarcrest 3-3794 . . . Gllnderson 4-2486 .... WAgner 4-7705 ,... WAgner 4-7705 .... WAlbrook 5-8263 . . ... ...........,,......... 2033 W. 108th Pl. ...... . .. 13159 S. Western, Blue lsland 10054 St. Louis Ave., Evergreen Park, Ill. . ........................ 2607 W. 47th St. .......... 814 Dobson St., Evanston, 111. 11256 Lothair Ave. ...... 2255 W. 108th Pl. . 2255 W. 108111 Pl. . .. . 3728 N. Wayne Ave. . . . . . . 7925 Maryland Ave. . . . . 6205 Forest Glen Ave. ....... 10551 Prospect Ave. .... . . . .. 10551 Prospect Ave. 130 Elm St., Park Forest, 111. 8200 S. Honore St. ...... 10912 Washtenaw . . . . 10000 Eberhart Ave. ...... 6316 Francisco Ave. .. . 10046 Winchester Ave. . . . . 6104 Sacramento Ave. . . . . . 9822 Hoyne Ave. 2301 Cuyler Ave. .. .. ...... 4412 Drexel Ave. ....................................4412Drexe1Ave. 6634 Campbe11Ave. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Apartado if 7, Bahia de Caraquez, Manabi, Ecuador, S. A. 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INC. C1-11CAGO'S LEADING STEEL ERECTORS 608 So. Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois C. B. Leonard, Pres. Richard M. Leonard, Vice-Pres 54 G-IICAGO MILL 'mv I-UMBER GJMPANY Manufacturers of SHIPPING CONTAINERS 33 South Clark Street Chicago 3, Illinois STate 2-3622 Prompt, Dependable Service LINCOLN LETTER COMPANY MULTIGRAPHING " MIMEOGRAPI-IING " PRINTING Art Francis, Partner TeI. STate 2-8350 169 W. Madison St. COMPLIMENTS of the GOLDENROD ICE CREAM CO 3900 So. Michigan Ave. Mc:cKIMM BROTHERS INC. MEATS and POULTRY Purveyors to Hotels - Restaurants -e Clubs - Railroads Airlines - lnstitutions UNION STOCK YARDS 3727 So. I-lalsted St., Chicago 9, lll. WOODLAND VALLEY BOARDING AND TRAINING STABLES Horses taken to board, train and show Hunters, Iumpers and Polo Ponies 151st Street and Harlem Ave. Orland Park, Ill. Orland 42-W-I RHEEM MANUFACTURING COMPANY 7600 So. Kedzie Ave., Chicago Manufacturers of AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS - WATER SOFTENERS WARM AIR EURNACES STEEL DRUMS AND SHIPPING CONTAINERS UP-TO-DATE LAUNDRY COMPANY THE MOST COMPLETE LAUNDRY AND DRY CLEANING SERVICE We Specialize in CURTAINS - Cl-IENILLE BED SPREADS AND BLANKETS We Renovate Pillows 21 East 110th Place Phone: PUllman 5-8700 SCHUBER AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY DITZLER PAINT EQUIPMENT 7637 So. Halsted Vlncennes 6-7666 Congratulations to Our Cousin, My Dear Nephew, Donald M. Dybalski on His Graduation Iudith Mae, Electa Lee, Vera Norka VEE'S FOOD SHOP 3511 West 59th Street GRovehilI 6-9515 Chicago 29, Illinois "Your Personal Photograph er" 0 EXQUISITE BRIDAL PORTRAITS ' CHILDRENS PERSONALITY PORTRAITS 0 CANDID ACTION PHOTOGRAPHY 0 GLAMOUR PORTRAITS ' PHOTOGRAPHS COPIED and RESTORED 0 FRAMES - IN STOCK and MADE TO ORDER mln Beverly Hills Since 1939" LOUIS L. GEORGE RESTAURANT 1757-59 W. 69th St. PRospect 6-5700 ESQUIRE CLEANERS Gregory I. Gyann, Prop. 9245 S. Ashland Ave. I-lllltop 5-8100 ARBET'S INC. 1746 W. 47th St. Electrical Appliances Vlrginia 7-3377 2442 W. 47th St. CHARLOTTESVILLE WOOLEN MILLS Since 1868 Charlottesville, Virginia Manufacturers of A Distinguished Line of 1007, VIRGIN WOOL UNIFORM FABRICS Fumifufe Including Top Quality Cadet Greys U U . and Blues Used by Leading Military Virginia 7-0700 Schools and Colleges National Brands at Lowest Prices in Chicago prescribed and Used by the Cadets oi Morgan Park Military Academy ...............,...........,.,.....,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , THE SMARTEST SHOP OF ITS KIND IN CHICAGO -v-------.......................,. 0 'Q f sevmv mus SIEIIII T. Nil Q KNOX HHS Q ARROW SHIRTS o McGREGOR SPORTSWEI 0 Il0lEPR00f HOSIERY 0 SWAIIK JEWELRY 0 WIISOII SPORTING 6005 l comrmrrsl Fishing, Golf. Bowling, Tol- nis, Softball, Skating lhd Football Equipment. "Park Here, Shop Anywhere" 95th St. Uust west ot Ashland? Hllfop 5-3010 THE SURREY South Western Ave. at 105th St. FINE FOODS Famous tor 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 DWARD ' CHICAGO - LLINOIS Arnerica's Headquarters tor FOOD SERVICE EQUIPMENT Supplies . . . Furnishings . . . Equipment for Schools, Restaurants, Clubs, Hotels, Institutions such as CI-IINAWARE FURNITURE GLASSWARE IANITOR SUPPLIES KITCHEN UTENSILS PAPER GOODS EDWARD DON df COMPANY 2201 S. LaSalle St. Chicago I6, III. 160 COMPLIMENTS OF FORMOLD PLASTICS, INC. MCKOWNS RESTAURANT 8045 So. Ashland Ave. RAdclitte 3-2600 Chicago 20, lll. The South Sides Outstanding RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE Chops and Sea Food We Cater to Parties, Weddings, Banquets BEverly 8-4341 RUTH'S FLOWER SHOP 1985 W. lllth St. Chicago 43, Illinois Ruth Woerner DOROTHY MILLER, INC. 1915 W. l03rc1 St. BEverly 8-1394 Dresses Millinery Suits Hosiery Coats Gloves Blouses Costume lewelry Slacks l-lanclkerchiets Silver Gifts loy Napier We feature the Perfumes - Soaps Beauty Preparations Bath Accessories by Henri Bendel Alterations G L A S S Telephone: 1-lllltop 5-1866 BEVERLY Glass ci Mirror Co., Inc. FURNITURE TOPS - MIRRORS AUTO GLASS - WINDOW GLASS 10430-32 S. Western Ave. Chicago 43, lll PETER HANSEN 6: SON GENERAL CONTRACTORS COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL 9505 South Prospect Ave. Chicago 43, III. Phone: I-IIIItop 5-0300 CALEY BROTHERS ICHEVRQLET -E .., I-.. SALES AND SERVICE 10524 So. Michigan Ave. WAterIaII 8-7000 Chicago Paul Bergamini, Prop. CEdarcrest 3-9622 Beverly I-Iills' - Morgan ParIc's Most Popular Rendezvous PAUL'S SWISS CHALET rNcoRPoRATED RESTAURANT AND LOUNGE COUSINE INTERNATIONALE I0854 S. Western Ave. Chicago 43, III. SALES SERVICE ROSELAND NASH SALES 10220 So. Michigan Ave. PUIIrnan 5-2700 Open Evenings NEW PEKIN RESTAURANT 10241 So. Western Avenue CHOP SUEY TO TAKE HOME AIso TABLE SERVICE Hllltop 5-2077 COMPLIMENTS OF CHAMPION KNITWEAR CO L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY CLASS RINGS AND PINS COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS CLUB INSIGNIA DIPLOMAS - PERSONAL CARDS MEDALS cmd TROPI-IIES Represented by Frank I. Guido L. G. BALFOUR COMPANY 55 E. Washington Street Chicago 2, III. KLEIN 6. SCHROTH WHOLESALE PROVISIONS Phones: Vlrginia 7-7300-U1-O2-03 Our 27th Year BERTASH 6. COMPANY. INC. Matthew Bertash, Pres. 2332 Blue Island Avenue Chicago 8, lll. PURVEYORS OF FINE MEATS The House ot Aged Beef Serving the American Restaurant lndustry throughout 40 States AVALON LAUNDRY COMPANY Compliments of USEND IT ON T0 AVALONH SAginaW 1-7060 IAY'S POTATO CHIPS 7732 So. Avalon Avenue SINENI'S Catering . . . Weddings . . . Parties Roast Beef . . . Gravy Best Grade Baked Ham . . . Assortment of Rolls Our Own Bakery . . . Low Prices Beverages . . . Salads . . . Iello Moulds Take Outs: Beef . . . Ham . . . Salads, Etc. 345 East 1U3rd St. COmrnodore 4-3300 IF IT'S PRINTING Call TOM COLLINS BEver1y 8-5751 1922 Monterey Avenue Chicago 43, Illinois Compliments of the M.P.M.A. MOTHERS' CLUB MARTINIQUE RESTAURANT 9750 So. Western Ave. GOOD LUCK FROM The Loring Class of 1953 SEGER ECONOMY COAL CO. 2740 West Union St. Blue Islond, Ill. COAL - OIL - FUEL BE. 8-8140 FU. 8-0059 All Telephones: I-Illltop 5-4985 HILLTOP FLOWER SHOP Choice Cut Flowers ond Potted Plornts F lorol Designs ond Decorations Il050 S. Western Ave. Chicago 43, Ill DELIVERY SERVICE BLUE ISLAND PUBLISHING CORPORATION PRINTERS - ENGRAVERS Publishers of BLUE ISLAND SUN -STANDARD 2350 W. Vermont St. Blue Isloind, Ill, Phone: FUlton 8-2020 GREETINGS BOYER CHEMICAL LABORATORY COMPANY COM PLIM ENTS OF A FRIEND SEDLER CONSTRUCTION CO. GENERAL CONTRACTING NEW HOMES, APT. BLDGS. REMODELING Ask for Bob Sedler 9553 So. Hamilton Ave. CEdarcrest 3-0466 Phone Blue Island 30 WESLEY A. SMITH 61 SON WHOLESALE CONFECTIONS FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES 242l West Grove Street Blue Island, Illinois Specialized Scientific HILLTOP APOTHECARY SHOP I-Hlltop 5-5455 PRESCRIPTION PI-IARMACISTS l858 W. 95th Street Chicago, Illinois Amelia K. Sharkey, R.Pl'1.G. COMPLIMENTS OF BEATRICE FOODS CO. MARKVART'S SUPER IGA MARKET COMPLETE FOOD MARKET Low Prices Every' Day 2522 West 59th Street For a Snack or a Steak Drop in at MARCEL'S OF BEVERLY HILLS 10352 So. Western Ave. Open 8 A.M. to 1 A.M. BEverly 8-9090 I-Illltop 5-5331 FRED AND IOHN KLEIN PAINT, HARDWARE AND WALLPAPER STORE 10140-48 So. Western Ave. Chicago 43, Ill. Interiors by LEE KELLY Modern Home Furnishings KAVENY'S SERVICE STATION TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES IGNITION and BRAKE SERVICE G R E A S I N G Gitts I... Englander Bedding 8700 So. Loomis St. KELLY 6 ORR 10008 S- Western Ave. Hilltop 5-8858 Phone: CEdarcrest 3-9526 Chicago, Ill. BEverly 8-7262 BEVERLY TAILOR, CLEANER AND FURRIER Our Specialty - EUR WORK 2059 W. 95th St. Chicago 43, Ill. CEdarcrest 2-9744 BOB DOLIGALE'S SOUTHEND SERVICE STATION TIRES - BATTERIES - ACCESSORIES 10300 South Western Ave. Chicago 43, Ill KUTE KIDDIES KLOES 9911 Walden Parkway BEver1y 8-0479 Beverly I-Iills--One Block East Longwood Dr. Open Mon. and Thurs. Eves. Complete Outfitters in CHILDRENS FASHIONS FAMOUS ADVERTISED BRANDS HOME SERVICE LAUNDRY Charles Ouinn, Prop. 8043 So. Racine Phone STewart 3-1305 COMPLIMENTS OF The Lorinq School for Girls BEST WISI-IES E 6. E DISTRIBUTING CO. BRIDGEPORT BAKERY 2907 Archer Ave. LAtayette 8-9870 We Specialize in WI-IIPPED CREAM CAKES PARTY CAKES WEDDING CAKES PIES AND PASTRIES For All Occasions A. DeHORN 6. SON W H O L E S A L E ERUITS - VEGETABLES - POTATOES 7038-38 South State Street Chicago 21, Illinois BEverl'y 8-8550 BEVERLY - TILE The Aristocrat ot Wall Tile Deluxe 8172 x 8172 Plastic Tile BEVERLY TILE MFG. CO. 10827 South Western Avenue Chicago 48, Illinois Clyde H. Willis Phone: SEeley 8-2888 E. l. WOICIK, AGENCY STATE FARM INSURANCE ooMPAN1Es 318 south Ashland Boulevard chicago 7, iiiinois Open: 9 AM. to 9 P.M. Monday and Friday A o gk WOMENS WEAR EXCLUSIVELY 8942 So. Loomis St. CEdarcrest 8-0108 COMPLIMENTS OF ARROW PETROLEUM . H. LANG as soN 7 al.: ' 5 umm, I-1111 ICE - ICE CUBES DISTINCTIVE FEMININE APPAREL SELECTED QUALITY COALS COMPLETE BRIDAL SERVICE 95th cmd Vincennes CEdclrcrest 3-5000 1759 W. 95th St. BEverIy 8-2223 COMPLIMENTS OF MR. AND MRS. E. A. 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