Morton Junior College - Pioneer Yearbook (Cicero, IL)
- Class of 1947
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This past school year has been one of the
most magnificent ill the history ofthe Morton
Junior College. Witliin the following pages
is found the pictorial record of many of the
most poignant memories, the memories that
will be carried into your chosen paths of life.
Here can bc found, among 'the scribbled witti-
cisms and well-wishes, the faces we have long
seen and the places we have long been. It
will he more than the printed pages ofa bookg
it will be more than any stirring
will be more than the countless
it will he school, it will he life.
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WALTER S. POPE J. GRACE WALKER
Dean rj' Marzan jr. College
Colleges point with pride to
an illustrious past, print cata-
logues and brochures to show
what they have to offer to the
students of today, and plan
hopefully :for a glorious future.
lvlorton Junior College in the
true college tradition makes no
apologies for what it has been
and prays for a future with
better housing, larger faculty
and smaller classes. Let us all
struggle to maintain what we
have, ever pressing forward to-
ward a brighter future.
W. S. POPE
Dean rj' l Vonmn
As years come and go, each
brings its peculiar gifts to the
enrichment of 'MJ C. The pres-
ent year has been more lavish
than any of its predecessorsg
for it has brought the ambi-
tion, the energy, the down-to-
earth realistic point of view ol'
the veteran--engendered in
the far corners of the earth,
under pressure of strange ex-
perience ancl danger, trans-
planted now to our quiet class-
rooms to give livelier meaning
to all that takes place there.
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We now have the llrgeet Junior Colleve en
rollment that we have ever enjoy ed The large
enrollment provldes manw opportunltles to excel
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we aszfzclenf Counci
As a representative of student government,
the Student Council accomplished many things
this year. They not only had a hand in gov-
erning the school, but also introduced new
ideas. One of the Hfirstsw was the activity
ticket. Admission to the basketball games
was charged all those who did not have tickets.
The proceeds went i11to the athletic fund to
help buy equipment and uniforms.
One of the main duties of this organization
is to approve the budgets that the various
clubs and cabinets have submitted.
Second semester members: Bob Smith, Bob Sommer,
and John Bordenavc.
Don Tarne, Wvilma Vodak.
John Pok, Jackie Wagner, and
In January, the Council managed the second
semester elections in the absence of an elec-
tion committee. This was also the first year
that a complete Council has been reappointed
for the second semester.
The first semester Don Tarne, James Kosner,
and Jackie Wagner were elected by the student
body, with John Pok and Wilma Vodak at-
tending by appointment from Mr. Pope, ad-
visor for the group.
The council in action at election lime.
Edllor George Oden George Koslakls 'md Lorraine Vohaselx
do not wrxte those fanuhar
words we re echoed over and
over Clllrlllg the two leglstra
tlons held on the campus for
thls V631 s Partv Lme B
cause of the mcreased enroll
ment, the Job tlus year was no
easy task But after months of
work It was finally assembled
sent to the punters and dls
trlbuted to the students Mr
H H Fmles was the advlsor,
Jael-.le Wagner and Slnrlu
Sl'Il1d were edllor and asslslant
The college htel an pubhca
tlon the Emblem, was under
the supervlslon of a vers cap
able staff chosen from last
Vear s contubutors The
Edltor ln Chlefwas Geotge
Odeu, wxth Lorrame Vohasek
and George Koslalns as co
assoclate edltors The materlal
for thls pubhcatlon was
taken from the themes of the
Rhetonc I and II classes MISS
Falls and Mr Almel, aclvlsors,
had the final cholce, the
screenlng work bemg done by
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Standin 1, left to right: Shirley
Smid, Feature Editorg George
Koslakis, Art Editorg .lohn Carl-
son, lN'1en's Sports Editorg Frank
Tumenas, Production Managerg
Jackie Wagner, Activity Editor.
Seated: Dave Wrallin, Copy Ed-
itorg .lean Schlesinger, Classes
Editor: Bob Sommer, Editor-in-
Chiefg Emilie Kovanda, Faculty
Editorg Frank Cechner., Photog-
H. H. Finleyg First Semester Editor, Audrey
Ludwigg Fran, Duugan, W'omen's Sports Editorg
Mildred Slapek, Clubs Editor.
"Our deadlines must be met!" This was the war
ery of the 1947 PIONEER. Thin webs of rubber
cement hung from desk to desk . . . huge piles
ofphotographic copy filled the tables . . . mount-
ing board cluttered up the room . . . soft music
from the portable radio and sounds of utter con-
fusion filled room 250 as the staff rushed about
putting in its regular Saturday of work on the
PIONEER. Where's Pope's picture? . . , who
stole the Pre-med Club? . . . who will go out for
hamburgers? . . . where's the paper cutter? . . .
what about this cut, lVIr. Finley? . . . Yes, it was
a lot of fun at times, but then again there were
other times when fun was not to be had.
Before this book went 'to press there was a maze
of sales conferences, contracts, choice of personnel,
plans, layouts and trial ideas. Wi'th that completed
came hours ol' picture taking, developing, printing,
cutting, filing, typing, proof reading and assem-
bling-with frequent trips down to the engravers
in the jeep to break the monotony of it all.
But that is just the work and hard part of it.
The time spent working on this yearis book was
time which none of us would sell for any price.-
Famous last words, "It was worth it."
Taking lime out lo pose! This is Ll1e staff of people
that made the 19417 PIONEER possible.
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The Pholograpllers-George Cervenka, Joe Riley, Donald Sluse,
2 and Pholograplly Editor Ceclmer.
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Top-They crack the whip.
Bottom-.lust some of the gang.
F irst semester editors-Don Tarne, Managing Editorg Shirley Smid,
Literary Editorg Chuck Nowak, Editor-in-Chief, and seated,
Earle Denmark, Sports Editor.
Let's putit double column . . . What's
a word that rhymes with win? . . .
Quick, write a 42 count head . . . Who's
got the dummy? . . . Late again, eh!
. , . Come on, kids, copy call is for
9 p.m. not 9 a.m.
Such journalistic jargon just "comes
natchurallyi' to the people who put out
your weekly round-up of news and notes
on the affairs of MIC.
The Collegian staff, occupants of room
250, begin to write copy on Thursday
of the week before the papers Colne out.
By Monday, 'most all of the news is inz,
and the copy is read for truth, accuracy,
and good writing. The staff works into
the wee hours on Tuesday when they set
about to write headlines and to lay out
the pages. On Thursday the proofs are
read. for errorsg and on Friday, the
Collegian "goes to pressf, In the mean-
time, the staff has made preparation for
the next week's paper. The news "must
VOL XXIII May 23, 1947 No 30
A senulu IILNKNDIDLI pulxlx-zlud vwellx clunng the
icfxdennc war hx Students of the J Sterling, NIOIKOH
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Second semcnter cdllorfs seated Don
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Vodak Rlalxaglllg Edllor, Paul Slsco.,
Qlnorts I' dltor, and Marlcvn Clear, Literary
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At the end of a very successful football
season, Ceven if we didn't come out on topj,
we had our homecoming dance., the first in
many years. There was an air of excitement
throughout the day as the running for the
homecoming queen promised to be close with
ten pretty, popular girls competing. George
Kehza, lucky fellow, acted as master ol' cere-
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monies., presenting bouquets to the winners of
the contest. Arlene Arnold was elected queen
with Audrey Ludwig and Grace Werlein as
her ladies-in-waiting. Over one-hundred guests
attended this affair with a large representation
of alumni and even a few of the younger,
married faculty joining the festivities.
The line turnout for the
first homecoming game in
years shown in the picture
at the right.
The MJC-LaSalle Peru homecoming game of 1946.
Queen Arlene and her two ladies-in-wailing. The girls pictured above with the bouquets of flowers
presented to them hy George Kehza, freshman class president.
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Dfxncmff 111 the D'1rk
lu l .1 portion oi tha happx crowd
Crussmg lhg har'
A long ride on a clear cold night . . .
starry eyes and starry skies . . . the soft,
cushioned couches of the spacious lounge
where the music just drifted in . . .
Dancing in the Dark . . . the slick
floor . . . soft lights and the charm of
the ballroom . . . orchids . . . gardenias
. . . taffeta and tulle . . . tux and tails
. . . cupid on the loose . . . Eddie Wil-
son's Orchestra , . . and the Elmhurst
Country Club complete the scene for the
first outside prom in school history.
Due to the huge success of this prom,
its spring counterpart was held at the
Madinah Country Club.
The glamour that only a prom can
bring . . . especially with a beautiful
country club as a background are now
A view of the lounge at an informal moment.
dreams for some and memories for others
. . . pressed corsages and 'tucked away'
programs fill the memory book for this
The first social event of 'thc
year was a huge success with
many fellas and gals meeting for
the first time down in the dark-
ened, Cafe. The new features of
"Ye old Alma Mater," summer
events and new courses were
some of the things discussed.
Overalls, potato sacks, and all
color combinations imaginable
were fused together to make up
the atmosphere for one of the
popular evening socials, the Hal-
loween Dance. This was one of
the Hrst dances to be held in the
On again, off again! After
many postponemeuts, the splash
party sponsored by the Canter
Club finally took place in the
swimming pool. The informal
dance which followed completed
the social. Both club rooms were
open and provided comfortable
lounging for the tired swimmers.
Remember the gloom that was
suspended hke a hravv cloud
brought on by the final exams?
Yrs we needed that dance de
slgned to drlve an aw all the blues
The couples danced away then'
worrles and faced the new semes
ter wlth resolves 10 do beltmr
.B ANQUE 1
Mothers wore loses daughters
wore smiles as they met in the
caf for the annual Mo'ther-
Daughter Banquet. fha,
Vlfomen s Club planned the ban
quet wlth the able help ln serv
mg and harmonv from the Men s
Qlub A stellar program followed
The Shepherd s Star an un
PICSSIVC nat1v1ty play was pre
sented bv the Drama Club under
the competent dlreeuon of MISS
M A Held Elegant costumlng
and the Slllglllg of Chnstmas
carols added color and jot to the
frrst CllFlSIHlHS plav sxnce 1944
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The annual Christmas Dance
given by the Women's club
turned out to be one of the most
successful affairs of the year. The
couples danced in a festive atmos-
phere provided by the high school
social committeels decorations.
The music was furnished by Dick
lVlartin and his orchestra.
VET'S CLUB DANCE
One of the most active organ-
izations in the school, the Vet's
Club, held their annual dance at
the Hawthorne Community
House. This was the only out-0f-
school adiair, besides the prom,
that was sponsored by a specific
TALENT ASSE MBLY
Some of MJC's most outstand-
ing talent made up the program
of this assembly. Highlight of
the assembly was the presenta-
tion of letters to the members of
the football squad. Music, sing-
ing and lots of laughs filled the air
and aroused the hundreds of
spectators occupying the little
INTI RNATION XL
Rl LATIONS CLUB
The Internatlonal RClHIlOIlS
club sponsored a drlve to encour
age the support of needy Euro
pean school chlldren The as
semblv thls group presented
featured a Bohemlan Opera
Star The Three SISLCFS and
Frank Fodero demonstratlng
dances whlch are svmbohc of var
Wltll the begllllllllg of a new
semester fellas and gals agaln
came together to mlngle at thx
second class IILIXCI' of the wear
They forgot the faet that on
Monday thex would again have
to return to the sehool schedule
FRFSHMAN CL XSS MIXER
Another successful soclal event
at MIC was the class nnxer held
bw the Freshman Class The
dance was held lll the Gul s gum
and the YHIISIC was fulnlshed bs
Dlek lh'IdlIll'1 s Orfhestra This
was one of a SLYILS of dances
sponsored bs the r abmets
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MEN'S CLUB OFFICERS
Frank Hulka . . . President
Sanio lacomini Vice-President
Ray Svehla . . . Secretary
John Pok . . . Treasurer
Hugh Herring . . President
.lohn Normoyle . Vive-President
Robert Brown . Secretary
Milton Tulis . . Treasurer
As usual, this semester the lVIen,s Club was
very active. The yearly social events began
with the very successful Halloween Party to
which the students came dressed in varied
costumes. During the Mother-Daughter Ban-
quet, the men of the club served as very
Improvements in the form of new furniture
were planned during this year.
The club room itself is a haven to all weary
male students who wish to relax from their
studies. As an aid to relaxation, the room is
furnished with soft upholstered furniture, chess
and checker games, and a radio.
Checkers and smokes-A
typical scene in lllc mcn's
One of the most actlve orgdmzauons at
ACIIVIUCS sponsored ln the club have been the
Chrlstmas parlv, Mother Daughter Banquet
and the Women s Club Tea
At the Women s Club Tea we had as guests
ol honor some of the students lrom the Inter
W OMEN S CLUB OFI ICERS
Glorla Doll Presldent
LOIS W arner l we President
Shirley Smld Serreturv
Belly Skala 'Ircasurer
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Dorothy DePaul Plcsulent
Lorrame Hcrda I ICG, Presuient
Bertha Demos Slcretary
I orrdme Lmharl Treasurer
nauonal House of the UIIIVCFSIIN of Chlcflgo
Implovements such as the recovermg of
chalrs, varnlslnng other furmture and the pur
chaslng of a new plano bench wele accom
phshecl bv thls yeax s members It was a very
A few M l C coecls 'father
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The attraction of bowling sends these pin
conscious girls to the Cicero 'Bowling Alleys
every Friday night for an evening of enjoi-
able recreation. Not only do the girls enjov
bowling for the healthful sport that it is, hdt
also because three hours of gym credit is
BAR B PR ENT ISE
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MAR GE LIESVIEILD
October found the club riding weekly on
Sunday afternoons at the Green Tree Stables.
As the Autumn months became colder, tI1e
Sunday riding group was whiddled down to the
During the first semester the Canter Club
sponsored certain social activities. "The hay-
t GIRLS' BOVVLING
JOAN ZUKOWS KI
B ETT Y G U R I C H
The weekly scores of the bowlers are re-
corded so that at the end of the year improve-
ments can be easily noted.
Eyery week each girl contributes a dime to
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the kitty, to help finance a party which IS
held every semester.
ride and Barn Dance" was thoroughly enjoyed.
A "Splash Party" was given in December with
dancing and refreshments on the campus later.
The second semester,s weather didn't per-
mit riding until late April. The Stables gave
the Club a "frce,' ride which helped the mem-
D If BATH CLUB
The Debate Club has been revived at lVl.,l'.C.
after war-time inactivity. Under direction of
Mr. Wv. C. Stone and the student leadership
of Don Novotuy, the teams undertook a heavy
schedule of inter-collegiate competition. Tour-
naments with Lake Forest, Wheaton, Munde-
lein, Northwestern, and Loyola supplemented
The Guild put on a Christmas program and
a series of tableaus artistically arranged with
the Girls, and Boys' choir as the musical back-
ground. The president and secretary led the
Junior College Conference of Drama Clubs at
Joliet Junior College in November where the
various clubs' troubles were ironed out.
the conference tournament.
The debaters put on an exhibition for the
Cicero Lions Club during the season. Club
meetings were held in the English Department
Club Room, and the informal debates staged
for practice were opened to all.
PLA YERS' GUILD
FIRST AND SECOND
JEROME KOC H KA
JOHN AARVOL D
ARLENE VILIM OVSKY
MISS M. A. REID
The second semester activities included the
May Festival with various Junior Colleges., and
the attendance of productions of the Westerli
Springs' Community Players. Also during
this second semester the club members at-
tended professional play productions in Chi-
Although the French Club IS one of the
youngest club at M J C ll has already earned
d1st1nct1on The acuve 1'rench enthuslasts
under the supervlslon of Mr Nacarrato, have
adopted the name Ies Bons VIVHDIS
The Happy Go Luelues
REL ATION: CLU B
Vzee Pres ulent
See retary Treasurer
SLCOND SI MI STILR
EMILIE KOVAND A
Secretary I reasurer
J ACKIE BURNLTTI'
The Internatlonal Helatlons Club was re
organlzed for the puspose of awakemng stu
dents to a sympathetu' unclerstanflmg of for
elgn people and 'lffalrs and ol promotmg
goodwill among nauons
The club sponsored the duve lor the Save
The Children Federatlon w1Lh assemblles
THE FRLNCII CLUB
FIRST AND SECOND
bEMl bTI'R OPTIC! RS
P DNN ARD SAlNATl
Vi ILMA VODAK
B ETTY JEMM
The mam purpose of the club is to lurlhu
the French student s use of the language They
are attemptlng to do thls by attendlng FlLIlCl1
movles and plays At the meetmgs the mem
hers listen to French reeordlnffs From all
lndleatxons many good tunes are ln store for
Les Bons VIVAHTS
Other events of the drive Included C Day
the selhnff of candy and ln other varlous way s
aldmg ln promotmg the drlve
Club actlvltles mclucled leetures gnen by
both student and laculty members trlps lo
pomts ol mterest and movles whleh aldmd Ill
the undelslandmg of forelgn affalrs
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FIRST SEM ESTER
LOR RY VOHASER
DO I' TY D EPAUL
R U FH BOSSAR D
I we Presrrlent
DOLORLS SCH UM XCHI R
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MFRCEDES Ill ANEY
DO'1 I'Y DEP AUI
The Panthers Roar IS a club deslgned to
provldc a staunch rootm sectlon for thc fellas
on the dlflc-tent school teams as they go forth
mto battle Durmg the iootball season the
cubs sold potato ClllpS and candw bars, at
the basketball games thes sold candx bans
The Pre Med Club has the dlstmctlon ol
bemg one of the fem lf not thc only club m
school of a non soclal nature Since the club
IS composed llldlfllt of students mtcnchng to
tnttr the mzrhcal pnofesslon thc club s prm
mpal obyrctlvc IS to learn laboraton methods
and wlth the mones obtalued led the team
after everv home game on S3.l1l'lYV1Cll6S llllllx
and oranges Whell baseball season rolled
around thew were at lt agam tlns tlme
selhng ICC cold pop
PRI' MED CLUB
MR P C SHFLL1
I ue Preszdent
1 VONNL ALDRIDGL
CLAUDE HRIB AL
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BOB Nl .IDL
Wl11Cll w1ll be of valuc to them ln tht luture
The actlvltlcs of the club ll1ClllClL maklng
shdes field lrlps to hospxtals and lT1CCllCHl
schools, and lectures bs doctors The major
project tlllh S681 conslstecl of preparmg shdes
ol ner turus tlssue
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The college radio broadcasting club directs
the Wednesday program of "lVIoments With
Morton," over station WHFC. They broad-
cast news, sports, interviews, poetry readings,
and play recordings of classics and musical
show hits for the public's listening pleasure.
R ADIC CLUB
Nlildred Sla Jak
Nlr. E. W. Green is the clulfs advisor.
Frank Hulka and Gene Springer arrange the
programs, putting scripts in final form. The
members acquire training and experience in
running turntables, using studio signals, an-
nouncing, and program timing. Students help
in Sfltlflg Scripts.
FIRST AND SECOND
SHIRLEY SM, I D
"Take a letter, Miss Jones," is a familiar
phrase to the Secretarial Club girls. All stu-
dents enrolled in the secretarial course auto-
matically hecolne members. Their program
for the year includes social activities, trips to
business houses, and the editing and publish-
ing of their annual magazine, Stenoprinls.
Alpha Pi Epsilon, the National Secretarial
Honor Society, is the goal these aspiring sec-
retaries hope to attain. The girls this year
have tried to regain the spirit that was lost
due to the decreased enrollment of war years.
FIRST SEMI STI R
I zu Presulmt
D KN BERRY
DON OT 1'
SECOND SEMI STI R
Mll TON A FLNLIS
IIUGII HER R IINK
Xlthouvh the Veterans Club s prlmarx pur
pose lb to ald the veterans 1n the College, h
members manage to hold some soclal affalrs
O11e ol the Olll.S1d1 danees was held bs the
club at the l'ldWIll0lllC Commumts llouse
ealls 111 the wear
The Iuvace Club IS eomposed of membf rs
of the NIIIQIC Appleclatlon Class and othcl
111us1c mmded PBISOIIS ol M ,I C The ann of
the club lb to loster an HPPFLCIHIIOH for the
works of the gleat masters At the clubs
mouthlx meetmgs, the members ITISCUSS the
llves and composltlons of the masters
Probablx the best known affalrs are the
banquets mhlch are held SCVC1 al umes a semes
CI X good meal and an evenlng of fun are
The last affalr of the school year was
the PICHIC f01 all the members and their
VIV ACE CLUB
I'IRS'l SEMES l FR
I ue Presxdent
SECOND SEMES 1 ER
Gl ORGE CIZFK
I ue Presulent
JACKIE BURNI 'I Tl
C H IIABLRMAN
OCC39l0l13llX talented membels of the club
dl6 called on to dlsplas thelr talents at school
assemblles The club has helpted to further
the I'I1llSlC3l careers of former members bx
promotmg Il'lllSlC3l lCClt8lS
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PERMANENT HONOR ROLL
Frank J. lzlulka
George A. Oden
John J. Maher
Robert D. Martin
Active Merlzbers Prior to 1946-47
John L. Normoyle
George A. Oden
ALPHA PI EPSILON
Louis R. Sibal
David E. Walliii
Edward C. Rubin
Edward J. Rus
John W. Swade
Adele T urek
M aralyn Thomas
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33 Morgan Park
12 North Park .
20 Wheaton "B"
19 Wilsoni. . . .
0 Vlfright .....
.21 North Central
75 DeKalb "B"
The Iron W'all
Football found its way back into the
sports repertory after a four year lay
off. The talent that would have been
spread over those four years, however,
was packed into one explosive season
that started with a deafening roar in
the form of four successive wins but
Hzzled out to give the Panthers third
place in the conference.
It was the Wright game played
under lights which proved their down-
fall when MIC weakened in the final
stanza to allow the Rams to push over
a score and secure the victory. Two
scores were set up in the first half, but
gallant stands by the Ram line stopped
All hopes for a share of the title
faded the following week and Home-
coming was spoiled when LaSalle-Peru
steam-rollered over the Orange and
Blue to the tune of 19-7.
llflessy isnll it?
Raiders wall in Popelka
Don Nvill-250 -pound casualty.
LIIBIJOW and Volava
Slandmg Ben Shack Boll Meyers Bob RL an Sam Brown Ed Kunesh Don Vlcelx Howie I uetzow Joe Votava
Scolls Neader Duck Scoll Wlllmr Ham cl G Iagerlof
lxnvelmg Joe Lenc Ld Lembllz Frank Hueellg Bernard Betlasso ,hm Kamls George Novak Richard Lusk Mlclxex
Madxgan Bob Kalal
Sllllfflg lwarvm Kokuska Blchard Nlcolclte D011 W lll Bob Sommer George Popnlka Jolm Polx Burl Nllskelly
Robert Kalal Otto Dahlgren
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STATE CHAMPS AGAIN
Wvith a 19-game win record marred by one loss the
Panthers swept to their second state championship in
Joe Maleeek was the mainstay of the 'team for the
first semester counting for 190 points in 12 games.
,But his loss at mid-semester did not hamper things too
much as the combination of Miller, Kebza, Kamis,
Votava, and Shaw worked effectively. Miller led the
scoring with 248 points in 20 games. Not far behind
was Kebza, field general for the team.
The cagers' sole defeat at the hands of Joliet pro-
duced a record score of 100-62. The Panthers came
back a week later, however, to change the record books
again. This time they were on the heavy end of a
102-69 score over LaSalle-Peru.
Stfmrlinvg: G. Lagcrlof, Paul Sisco, Bob Soukup, Frank Karaba, Genrie Kebza, Robert Schild, Cy Volava, Bill Palyk,
Harold Schmidt, Richard Anderson, Erv Tomsovic., Richard usk. . 1 I
Sitting: Bob Jelinek, Frank Hulka, Tony Soucek, YVally Bromann, Jack Dvorak, Gene Gibson, Jim Kamls, Robert
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Morgan Park t0l'f6llCd
Kelma breaks away
lxamns on defence Votava goes up
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Wright's Rams, once again the thorn in the
side of the Panthers, allowed them only one
safe blow in the final championship-deciding
game of the year, and set them down to a
2 to 0 defeat. Previously the MIC-nine had
disposed of Wilson, North Park, Herzl, and
Morgan Park in an impressive display of base-
Scotty Neader started the game with a
singleg Gene Gibson .forced him at second.
M.1C's nel men swept through the season
undeleated and went on to bring home a state
Henry Kolar, Bob McGill and Chuck Fischer
handled the singles assignments. Kolar teamed
with McGill and Fischer joined George Hay-
dock to dispose of the doubles foes.
Knes lays il on.
M or ton .... YV il son .... 2
Morton .... 16 Herzl ..... fl
Morton .... North Park 3
Morton ..,. 10'
Then the Ram hurler proceeded to dispose of
16 men, 12 of them by the strike-out route.
The Panthers never threatened again.
With .lim Kamis and Ray Pcchous working
behind the plate the Mortonites had an effec-
tive combination. Pechous was the power man
of the aggregation ending the season with a
.550 average. His big day came in the first
Herzl game when he hit five safe blows.
three of them homers.
Gibson eyes the rapid robot. W ' W K
Herzl ..... 2
iMorgan Pk. 3
Wright . . . 2
With four schools represented a state meet
was held on the Cicero courts. Kolar and
.McGill were entered in the doubles depart-
ment to strengthen the Panther's chances and
During the season Morgan Park was dis-
posed of 5-0, Joliet beaten 3-2, and LaGrange
trounced twice 5-0.
The grapplers' loss to LaGrange by a score
of 21 to 2 marked the beginning and end ol'
M JC's wrestling season when several men with-
drew from school and the team broke up.
They were hampered by the loss of George
Popelka in the 165 pound class. Myles Benda
took his place and did well. Dick Frankovic
was pushed from the 14-6 to the 155 pound
class and won on a draw. Robert Kaufeldt,
lost on a decision, Ted Rurik, and Don Shultz,
were pinned. Don Will, lost by a 2-1 decision.
First Rrw Couch W right Dan Svoboda Geor e Capoun Ed Cassaesa Fd Nelson
Semnrl Ron, Harve Peterson Art Rawcrs Art Vy1x0Ll1x Jerry Kochka Jeff Belmonte
Ilnrd Row Gordon lC112ll'dS George Novak Harry Voyla Roy I' uma Frank Prchal Bob Grmes
Starters taste the brmy deep
Grmes churns the water
For the first tlme 111 four years a swun
team represented MIC m the state meet
and emerged fourth wlth elght pomts
Morton men placlng were
100 Vard hack stroke Bob Grlnes thlrd
220 xard free stw le Dan Svoboda third
160 Vald relav Art Rawers Ed Cas
sassa, Art Vykouk G Capoun, thlrd
170 sard medley CGr1nu2 backslroke
Cassassa, breast stroke Capoun free
sts le fourth
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HJC HAS A STAT INEVE-RY SPORT
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The thinclads erased several indoor records
early in the year and gave promise of success-
fully defending their state championship with
a star-studded array of talent.
Frank Prchal set a new record in the 70
yard high hurdles at the Chicago fieldhouse
and went on to set a 60 yard high hurdle record
a few weeks later.
.loc Hlavin put a new mark on the record.
books in the high jump with a leap of 5 feet
Bill Bradford soared to 11 feet in the pole
vault at the North Central Invitational for a
Meanwhile, Earl Hajic, Fran Citek, .loc
Belsan, and Ed Strachota turned in champion-
ship-calibre performances and gave an i11di-
cation that other marks Inight fall before the
end of the season.
Surprise of the year came when the locals
rolled over Concordia and Illinois Tech in an
indoor meet. Citek counted for firsts in the
mile and half mile and Prchal added a first alld
second in the hurdles to lead the victors to
a 54-point win.
The flying Frenchman
Top Row: Coach Finlayson, Joe Hlavin, Gordon Richards, Fran Citek, Frank Prchal
Bottom. Row: Earl Hajic, Chuck Kaderbek, Gerald Fay, John Carlson, Don Tarne
SCHOOL TRACK RLCORDS
l00 s ard rlaeh
'70 ward da lx
410 x 1rd tld-.lm
880 x :rd run
Iwo mlle run
W llllam Coding,
l"0 ward ln 11 1llll'LllC'f frank Prcllal
770 ward lov lmrdlu: Rolurt Iuetzow
Dt cu-4 throw
,lin lm throw
Joe Illavm I947
RlC11 Raw or 1947
140xard relay Allen 11.1 muQse,n Prls
toupmsln GllllldUIHlH 1939
880 xard relax Allen Ra mussen
Nlllc relay R Sunclstrom qlflllll
Sfllllxllll Buns 1942
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Bradford and Ins agility
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The Soccer season was poorly organized and
only 'three contests were run off in which the
local hooters beat the University of Chicago
3 to 0 and battled to two scoreless ties with
The second Wlleaton contest was the one
which provided the thrills when MIC pro-
tested that Wh6HlOlllS preachers were using
illegal measures and a fight broke out. Wheaton
Rear: Danny Strait, Bill Kesl,
Nliles Stromhach, Ken Houdek,
Otta Rehak, Coach Jahelka.
Front: Clifford Cech, Don Bert-
olini, Howard Zutowt, Galrriel
Dragel, Vlrallcr Geery.
penetrated deep at first but did not get back
across the mid-field stripe again that half.
The Chicago tilt saw an improved local
eleven on the field. After four minutes Don
Bertolini scored and a little later Louis Cipra
and Edward Mara shoved across goals. They
did not score in the second half but were
never in trouble.
Thafs using your head
Geary hools one.
The Panther link men started the season off
early with an intramural tournament to de-
termine Mortonis entry in competition. Out
of 14 men who turned in scores seven were
selected: Russ Berg, Russ Holdych, Bill Fivek,
Tony Soucek, Harold Koca, George Novak,
and George Capoun. The squad beat Wright
and Thornton and lost to Joliet twice and
LaGrange to give them third place in confer-
Joliet . . 6 1
LaGrange . , 4 3
Morton . . 2 3
Wfrigllt . . l 3
Thorn Lon . 0 3
C0-captains Capoun Cleft? and
Fivek make the divols Hy.
To end the fall season the local golfers
finished second in the conference tournament
at the Calumet Country Club with Joliet
As the school year moved into its final
phase, another squad was being readied for
spring play, but no matches had been played
by the middle of April.
Rear: Russ Holclycll, W7illiam
Fivek, Harold Koca.
Front: Tony Soucek, George
Sund ly Mornme at the Alleys
Sunday lnornlngs found slxtw sleepw med
kegglers toppllng the tlmbers lIl a splrlttd
bowltng tournament that was notable for en
thuslasrn lf not the hlgh scores produced
At the Illld wax pomt of the first semester
Dlck Lavats s team was wav out IH hont and
he stayed there but the second and tlnrd
places were not declded untll the last das
There was a battle roval between the outfits
0 I9 fl aw
C-LAB Competluon produced
X XM -3 an lndlvldual champ
'Ng S George Rumbtry
J! l K fx who had the ln h series
K X Q X I of 678 hlgh game of
955 and the ln h aver
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Cxzek and Strait tud for second and a one
ffamt plav off resulted Ill Stralts kegglers
The Lavatv five took a commandlng lead
ln the second semester of plav Thes were
threatened for a whlle by Harrv Vos ta s team
but a mlld shake up took place and thex
dropped Maw down on tht llst Tl1lS lelt
Frank Ilucek s and .lack Dvorak s hves ellg
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firm and seconfl reqpecllvely IH the singles
tourney with serlvs of 698 and 614 Georoe
Novak was third wlth 610
Let to Rlght George Kebza Bob Sebesta
Ra Svchla Don Tarue l'rankH11lka Svellla
an Sehesla ieamed up lo ca lure the doubles
crown with a 1257 Qerles llc Kebza Hulka
duo look 510011111 followed by Tarun and
Slarulmg Bob Sebc-sla Bob Bll k D0 S h It G R b H ld S
Georg: Novak Ray Frol1laZGl1l1ck11'l5r?l11Ll' Z em-ge um yn am Laid'
Ixneelmb Danny Slraul George Kelwa Jim Kamls Don Vlcek Dlclx Lavaty
Slandmg Gene Gibson Ilm Radeckl Geor 1, Ixelua Paul S1500 Frank Hulk.: Bob Kalal
Chuck Fngman Frlnk Kdmlm Roy 'luma Boln Rlha Nlllm Osbourne.
Quang Gcor e Koslakls Jlm Kamns Iohn Pok Bob Sommer Farl Cvch
Flrst Row Joan 7ukowSLl Fran Dun an Dottie, Dudacek
qvronrl Row Sh xrmame Kala lan Glnrna Doll Lorrame Herda Lorramc Lmharl Tecldw
Kamns Delores Smllh
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Above is "Cally" Deveikis ambitiously
cleaning up after a YV.A.A. picnic.
All hI.J.C. women with sports on their mincls
eagerly await the activities of the W.A.A.
The clulfs purpose is to encourage women's
interest in sports. The W.A..A. plans inter-
esting activities each month such as picnics,
week-end outings, playdays and bike hikes.
By taking part in a certain number of tourna-
Gloria Doll and Dollic
Dudacck out with u rous-
ing cheer. --
The picture below shows just part of the number of girls taking
part in the many activities which the W.A.A. carries on.
ments, the girls gain possession of the school
letterg and although the letter is smaller than
that of the men, the girls nevertheless are
quite proud of their achievement. This year
the club's capable officers are: Teddy Kamis,
Dot DePaul, Lorraine Probst, and Dotty Dud-
flbove ,lnfuue Zukowskl tryin hard to
make that pass
Le t Lons Havel lla finally found a place to
wa I1 her fuel without other people com
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true Amazon. Any time the weather permits 0118 may see
these athletic girls vigorously participating in this game
which combines the rules of soccer, touch-football, and
basketball. Although they get a collection of bruises, thev
enjoy themselves wholeheartedly. '
Nlany shouts of "two hands for beginners" and "Spike
that ball" may be heard during that exciting game of volley-
ball. During this season Monday night gym is co-ed and
the girls' gym is really alive.
Top: I wonder if Mildred
Jaros made that goal?
ilffirlrlle Right: It looks as
if Millie Slapek has that
ball all to herself.
Illirlalle Left: Thal's Dot
Pullman using up some of
her excess energy trying
to get that ball over the
Bottom: Notice all those
girls up in the air about
One very familiar sound down in the girls, gym around
basketball season is the shrill whistle which indicates that
some errant maiden has played. a little too rough. This
gives the breathless girl a rest while the other girls attempt
to line up for a free throw. On Monday nights the alumni
come back to offer competition to all the ambitious girls
who spend two hours in the gym playing basketball. Some
of these girls are really good shots and move around the
floor like professionals. Many of the girls get valuable ex-
perience by refereeing.
The men and women ln Mrs Deve
llx1S s soclal dancing classes can be found
domg evervtlnng from the two step to
Franlue FOCTCIOS Jltterbuggmg If sou
want to get out of a rut and learn some
new dance steps, thls IS the class to take
Reach for the sky' No thxs msn a
holdup yust stretchlng up to get xou off
to a Hood start 1n condltlonlng class
Then vou see these al'l'lblll0llS women
down on the floor tonlng up then muscles
and streamhmng then figures Th1S can
reallx be hard work but It also leaves
xou wlth that healths fit leehng That
IS unul the next day when Vou trv walk
mg up QIHITS
'I hat s Teddx IXHITIIS and Jtanne Pos
lusnx rolhng those bowhng balls down
the alless for a couple of strxkes All
thlough the school s ear the glrls bowhng
teams keep tllClI' scones golng up and up
There s no stopplnb' them once thex get
that rolhng splrlt
amen 4 .giaorfa
Thats Lols Havel suspended IH mld alrl
She and many othcr gurls thoroughly en1ov
themselves lll the pool M J C has qulte a
few dl'IlPl'llhlOllS females as one max note hx
the number of Ulrls worrlecl about stralght han
on Frldaw, the swlmnung das Thls IS reallx
qllltfi a tlrmg 3Ct1Vlty It s not hke eonchtlon
mg where xou obtam aches Just ln spots
alter SWlIIll'Illllg wou ieel completels exhausted
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Dolores Smllh Frcasurer
Earle Denmark President
Glorla Alessm l we President
Secrntury not bl'l0Wll
-'Q EVERY weak
n S f Hmm IN THEIR
1947' The boonuug revxval
wear of M .l L crowded
campus and congested Men s
Club revrved Ilomecommg
weekend prom memorles
class pictures during Cl1I'1St
mas hohdaws final exams
the Gloom Chaser
anothe1 electlon Hard
Tunes Parts , Sprung Prom
at Medlnah final final ex
ams Class Nlgllt wlth l'I1lXCd
feehngs 167 tassels swaung
t Pomp and Cncumstance
M J C educatlon over
alwaws cheushed and never to
SECOND S EMESTER
Frank llulka Presulent
lf ue Presulent
Roherl Lo Nlaslro Treasurer
Shirley Smld Secretary
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MA RY B ROWN
,I U DITII CAREY
LOUIS DOHNA L
DOROTHY DU DACEK
.I ACK DVOR A K
CNW ENDOLYN FOIN T AIN
CHARLI S FREMGEN
C' LNE G IBSON
J AMl1.S GOEBIEL
ARTHUR H ANSFN
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ROBERT I XMBOR
JERRY JVT INEK
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LOR RAINE KENNY
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EMILIE KOVAN DA
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LEONARD K UCK IE
ROBERT LO MASTRO
AUDR EY LUDWIG
HOW ARD LU ETLONX
RIC ll XRD I Ubk
DANIEL M ACL
LYDIA M A IOVQLY
ROBFIVI M ARTIB
FII ARLFS MILLER
MARIOIN MILLI R
GLI NN NEB! L
TUINI' NFXY SON
CII ARLFS INONX Ak
MAR I IN NUZIK
WU I IAM PLETICK 'X
FRANK J. PLIML
AL E XAND ER POM IERSKI
RALPH POMI ERSKI
.I EANNE POSL USNY
SYLVESTER POWER S
JEANNE SCH LESINGER
ERI CH SCHOEN
LEONARD SII ERRY
LOUIS S IBAL
, MILDRED SLAPAK
DICK SM A US
DOLOR ES SM ITH
ROBERT J. SOUKUP
HOBI R I' S'lRAIxA
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DOLOR VS VICTOR
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VIRGINIA W NI ISI R
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MARILYN Z-XIICI lx
CAMERA SHY SOPHOMORES
JOAN ZU ROW SEI
GEORGE RUM BYRT
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Arllne Mass I we Presulent
I aul Slseo lleasurcr
George Kebza Presulent
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The freshman the largest
group 1n the hlstory of Morton
.lumor College vets and hugh
school graduates greatlw outnum
bermg the sophomores thelr
studles and soclal lunctlons full
of 7est and CIlfl1ll5l8.SII1
soclal events the most popular
and successful of all tunes
The prom, held outslde of
school for the first tlme filled
all vers popular
We know the freshman wlll do
even better uewit wear surpass-mv
thelr present record
n WEN 'mega 1 T142 Swofm'
UH Goes T Las-, RDRY
SLCOND Sl MEST1 R MWWNQ fx 'V' 3:5
Rohcrl Beran l we 1 resulent
Judy Ihenberg I reszdent . "'-F'
June Steldmger Secretarw . Q' ' Q ,
Ed Frcmgrcn frensurer ' ' 0 '
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TOP PICTURE-'1'np Row: Jurka, Levanas, Palsavas, Barnes, Velnick, Kroupa, Kendall
Kasper, Cisar. Row 2: Carrara, Barton, Kirchoff, Stepan, Wlxsllick, Carter, Cillo, Arnold.
MIDDLE PICTURE-Top Row: Divis, Sperlik, Cisar, Zulowt, Sup, Kosolmml, Fivek. Row 2
Novak, Becic, Sramck., Moeller, Kaliua, Stenzel, Herron. Row 3: Turek, Bick, Drain, Nlaass,
Strait, Pilney, Doherty, Armstrong.
BOTTOTVI PICTURE-Top Row: Dnfka, Shay, Moser, Lohse, Novak, Marek, Harlsougli
Knocll, Voneslx. Row 2: Livanec, Petr, Fulton, Onmlracek, Holt, Vanyek., Rnrik, Cahill, Zeiss
Row 3: Smalling, Wlerlein, Kaullm, Narlonis, Gilsenan, Pohrlc, Szwajkarl, Zolla.
IOP PICTURE Top Ron Lilll4'Vla Peluso SlIl'lClCll Tyle Plan-nka Austin Mastalnr Ser 0
Qechner Brown Arnold Cllck Nlarun Row 2 Lmsveld Locbeclx Nlaska Sulor Barla
Mlhallc Capoun Fritz Schrelner Havcl
Ixulczyclu Row2 SCl1Il'll t Peterson Schell Wexdcnhocfcr Polakovlc Kalal Svoboda Zaleblu
Grant Row .3 Cava Slepanek Smola Wnght Datwylur Mlckuv Dlllon Kokefs
BOTTOM PTCTUBE lop Row Cranalh Senser Oden Kukla Barllv. Loclaall Hcrmanek
KHIHIG Vlcek MdllxlJVCllx Nlmka Row 2 Berkos Napolllon Prlsto Groenemlal Haskd
furek Riley Rolchford Ixoslxa Lmharl Beranek Row 3 Dostal 1-'anla Thayer Neuder
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TOP PICTURE-Top Row: Holly, Vctrovec, Dubowski,
MIDDLE PICTURE-Top Row: Liska, Volava, Tiesenga, ,
Miskelly, Kokuska. Row 2: Maid, Vaurek, Morgan, Lisy., Neuzil, Houdek, Pappas, Lavcnula
Bok. Row 3: Gurich, Dolezal, Olson, McDonald, Hrack,
BOTTOM PICTURE-Top Row: Benes, Schumacher, Pullman, Pilllik, Nlojzis, Zeman, Wllile
Urbanek. Row 2: Rada, Jagielo, Clleesemzm, Kesl, Jelinek, Antler, Probst, Maas, Merenkov
Row 3: Armslrong, Peterson, Pliml, Holub, Beck, Barone, Belsan, Porth, Feinberg.
Andrews Krajic, Bobysucl, Wiayne,
Manak, Zienly, Kocik, Drzewieckii
TOP PICTURF Top Rau, Sedlak Dulmouslu Herda Valenla Wall Hu hes Sladek lacobs
Rayer Holly ledorovnch Marcolml Llelen Ron 2 Vlllm0VSlxV Doruak Sanders XY lllelle
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MIIJDLL PICTURE Pop Row Mungax Novak Slary Karamlpelas Nelson lerahck Nlorn
son M0lllllx ledhcka Plelcher Kennedy Row2 Peternell RCll8Q Petrrson Ixahna Chemelxk
Rolrn Kaderbek Pltz Vanerkd Row3 Zlch Cerny Palslna Rank Petrdll Shubcrl Shuberl
BOTTOM PICTURT' Top Ron Ixucaba Llddl Kral Lewis Brown Hechinger Rus Novv
Emrlcll Kauchy Kelley Row 7 Swanion Klel Bordenale Buergaer Cejka Anderson Holm
herb Chodd Benka Row3 Scot! Swade gCl'lllllll l'l1el'1nder Jaeodjenslu Suulnu Sflhllllll
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TOP PICTURE-'Pop Row: MiCll3lCC, Slezak, Kluiber, Cone, Nlueller, Zborowski, Svachu,
Knclxla, Nagle, Montgomery, Ficek, Keller. Row 2: Sible, Schubert, Madigan, Qlirsa, Voyla,
Mahoney, Walsorl, Teska, Nicolleuc.
NIIDDLE PICTURE-Tap Row: Lembitz, Pilaszewski, Tarnc, Jenks, Heckinger, Paral, Pre
pcjchul, Baxter. Row 2: Orlzsic, O'Connor, Rawcrs, Meyers, Tomsovic, Yvillman, Kanov
Row 3: Parz, Dragel, Sumerachi., Scllcvarz, Jenkins, Schreibung, Nelson.
BOTTOM PICTURE-Top Row: Kriz, Sebesta, Ccrvcnliu, Kanak, Rausch, Svobmla, Kncs
Row 2: Slmak, Kalinka, Palsavas, Scllneberger, Mrocll, Tomsovic, Berg. 12011731 Pclcll, Flscllcr
Sainati, Pilner, Sisco, Hlavacck, DePaul.
'IOP PICTURI lop 11011 Vhchlner Melclmnr Rushford Rnddlz. W alson Carr Benes Stacy
Volz Ixukral Carr Mor an Zahour Row2 Fencnl Emflck Zarohsky Sladek Rehak Vykouk
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MIDDLE PICTURE, lop Row Tlara-41 Hqdanek ZPCCIIIA Strdchola Humold Baxzmgdrlner
Tullew Hlckman Rubm Ron 2 llampd Murray Mosher Symomak Maher lrokop Soukum
Llllxelln MllHgdl Row 3 Wrltlen Miller Mmer Lunda Lehccka 1-'lrllck Fajrajzl Chcc
BOTI'0M PICTURE Top Row NIIIKUCLBS Norbut lxotallk Benvel Grmw Palyk Nlllfajt
Law llS Blmek Row! Belmonte Beam-dun Boum Pekul Marlln Marten Havemann Gustav
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Jaros, Nikodcm, Toriello. Row 2: Jcmm., Wilkening, Hurak, Royse, Novak, Haupt, YVatson
Jansky, Dantzer, Vodak.
'MIDDLE PICTURE-Top Row: Misare, Schild, Schroeder, Slancek, Beten, Slailmau, Kauckv
Pekarek, Knott. Row 2: Kness, Viskocil, Nfesscnger, Valerie, Prchal, Nagorseu, Carla, Siemek
Bella. Raw 3: Epstein, Wfolfgram, Jindra, Keidel, Pckurek, Jackliu, Diblik, Opper, Smith.
BOTTONI PICTURE-Top Row: Baslyr, Smitona, Jenks, Hobart, Franata, Sibrona, Natouek
Prozma. Row 2: Baxu., Klika, Secllacck., Hartman, Nlartin, Rocck, Munn, Buzcnius. Row 3
Jirka, Tomas, WTierci0ch, Votava, Lapp, Bleilcr, Oudrejkovic.
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Arc-wd Slrdelov R014 2 Odehnal Berkos Mance Koukl Havel Plrolo Herber Emmf-rm
Flum Rau 3 Scjnoha lrankovlc Sl3I'dllIx0VlC Wlxngel Tucuk Kaufeldl Laulll
MIDDLI PICTURI4 I? R011 Pollack SChCl'lll1g Brejcha Bdrloga Nlarxble Ilexmslhedt
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