Morton Junior College - Pioneer Yearbook (Cicero, IL)
- Class of 1961
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Published annually by the students o g , icero, Illinois
BARBARA M. LINHART .... editor-in-chief
JEANETTE E. MEYER
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Autumn . . . Winter . . . Spring . . . 1960-61
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Administration and Haculty
The success of Morton Iunior College graduates in their chosen professions
is a living proof that our administration realizes the problems of today, and, there-
fore, organizes the college program to prepare the students to solve these problems
with the utmost success.
The faculty is composed of persons well qualified to help students assume
the responsibilities of enlightened citizens. These excellent teachers endeavor to
present a clear concept of their respective subjects, enabling each MIC student to
acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to live in our competitive modern-day
The leadership of the administration and faculty in upholding the scholastic
and general policies of Morton junior College is, undeniably, of the highest cali-
ber. The students should be grateful for the fine judgment the Board of Educa-
tion has exercised in stimulating the growth and quality of our junior college
through its policies and directives.
DR. VVALTER L. COOPER
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Under the excellent direction of Dean Harold
J. White, Morton Junior College continues to
produce the leaders of tomorrow.
At its monthly meetings, the Board of Education discusses and formulates the policies
govering the administration of thc college. These policies are geared to give each student the
benefits of a education. The menihers of the Board are: left to right, top: Board attorney
Mr. Edward XV. Chodl, Mr. Otto Pccha jr., Mr. james -I, Zourerg left to right, bottom:
Mr. J. F. Mrlzek, Mr. Otto Oplatka, Mr. George Nemec.
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Miss Dorothy L. Dunn, Dean of
Women, displays unbounded en
ergy in her associations with the
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confidently look to Mr.
Robert H. Nauman, Dean
of Men, for guidance
and advice with their
personal and educational
ALVIN T. ALMER
Director of English
MARY I. BARDOS
HELEN I. BELOW
Director of Language
WALTER R. BLISS
MARY H. BOLEY
Secretary to Dean White
VIRGINIA C. BROWN
VINCENT I. CERVENY
Director of Curriculum De-
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ARTHUR C. CLASSEN
ALFRED M. CLEM
Director of Natural Science
RONDELL L. DAVIDSON
ROBERT J. DVORAK
B. MUS., M.MUS.
Director of Music
GEORGE S. FENCL
Director of Athletics
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B.S- , M.A.
DELORES I. GRIESBAUM
Diploma M .j.C.
JAMES M. HALM
CYNTHIA A. HAWKES
PHILLIP R. KASIK
B. S., M.S.
Director of Social Science
LEROY E. KENNEL
HELEN C. KEOUGH JOHN A. LEWIS
B.s., M.s. B.A., MA. .
Physical Ed. - English i
WALTER C. KITZEROW
B.S., M.A., M.A.
ZENO KOPECKY, IR.
ANTHONY P. KOVANIC
OLD RICH J. KUDRNOVSKY 3, ,
CLARK T. LOGAN
EDGAR WV. LUDWIG
Director of Business
BEVERLY L. LUSTY
EIEYVARD M. MARTIN
VIRGINIA M. MERO
DR. SAM MEYER
B.S.C., M.A., Ph.D.
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MARY ANN MICHELS
BOHUMIL E. MIKULA
Director of Visual Ed.
VINCENT I. NARBUTAS
DR. JOSEPH ONDRUS
B.S., M.A., ED.D.
RALPH MUNROE PARK N
A.A., B.S., M.A.
FLOYD S. PLACZEK
Director of Testing
LIONEL I. BANKIN
Psychology and Sociology
A. WAYNE ROBERTS
PAUL L. ROISE
Director of Industrial
GEORGE L. ROYCE
A.A., S.B., M.S.
WILLIAM B. SANDERS
SARAH P SCHESTA
JOHN P. SHAND
A.B., A.M., L L B
Diploma M I C
B.S., D.D.S M S A M
ROBERT W. TEETER, IR.
Director of SpeechirDrama
DOROTHY A. TIMM
Director of Home Economics
LAWVRENCE F. TULEEN
Director of Public Relations
JAMES O. UMBAUGH
Director of Art
HAROLD I. WARREN
DONNA I. WVILKES
DR. HOMER YOUNG
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
B.A. OF SCIENCE
may see Mr. White."
Mrs. Mildred Brull,
Bowes, Mrs. Adeline
Ill wash you dry."
Agnes Nowowlejski fleftj and Lillian
fiirst Semester Student Council
Under the advisorship of Miss Dunn and Mr. Nauman, the
Student Council offers opportunity for the development of leader-
ship by acting as the governing body of the college. The purposes
of the Council are to provide an effective method of communication
between the students and the facultyg to attempt to unify the organ-
izations of the schoolg and to distribute the money from the activity
fees in the best interest of the student body.
Two of the Council members are elected by the sophomore
class while one member is elected by the freshman class. The Deans
select the other two members.
The members of the first semester Student Council were: seated, left to right: Sandra Lileg-
dong Janet Haplg Janice Wagner. Standing, left to right: Charles Robertsg Robert Vostal.
Hreshmen . . Ute Class of1962
This year marked the largest freshman enrollment in the history of
our college. In the first semester, the freshman class, under the direction
of Jeanie Meyer, President, Al Kolar, Vice-President, Lynne Lawson,
Secretary, and Sandi Pertle, Treasurer, with the aid of Mr. I. Hahn,
advisor, sponsored a successful playnight of volleyball and dancing.
Planning a dance in March was the task of the second semester
f1'CSll1'HCl1,UIlCl61' the direction of Lynne Lawson, President, Al Kolar,
Vice-President, Sandi Pertle, Secretary, and Claudia Paveza, Treasurer,
and their advisor, Mr. Hahn. The class of 1962 lent their ingenuity to
the planning of the spring prom and to the memorable Class Night.
Supervising the activities of the class 1962 for the first semester were the officers chosen in
, the fall class elections: left to right, seated: Sandi Pertle, Treasurer, Jeanie Meyer, President,
FI'6ShI'I18.I1 Cablllet and Lynne Lawson, Secretary. Left to right, stanclingg A1 Kolar, Vice-President, and Mr.
james M. Halm, advisor.
Top row: Roger Brinker, Philip Al-
bert, David Fountain, Mike Edger-
ton, lion Decker, Dennis Houdek,
Dave Pavlctich, ,Ioscph Duclzik. Sco-
oncl row: ,lim McGuire, jack Stvan,
Richard Tomaso, jim Ricker, Tim
Fleming, john Vrana, Don Ballarini.
Third row: Phil Smith, Kenneth Shu-
mate, Beit Austin, Alan Kolar, Frank
Krych. Bottom row: Nancy Potokar,
Sandra Karel, Sharon johnson, Sha-
ron Bucaro, Lynne Lawson, Nancy
Franzen, Bernardicne Baranowski.
Top row: John Plantan, Torn Hurt,
Tom Spcrlik, Richard Obernauf,
Bob Boburka, jim Justus, Ron Hier-
boum, Robert Barcal, Rich Cossling.
Second row: Donald Patzem, Bob
Carr, jim Petrzelka, Kenneth Poi-
man, George Bonucilli, Earl Ellison.
Angelo Louero. Bottom row: Carol
Gribben, Mary Alycc Posanka, Mar-
ge Demski, Pat Lutkauskas, Al R0-
gers, Rexene Bertolino, Elaine Ru-
pert, Carol Rekus.
Top row: Howard Odin, Ronald Sa-
gan, Richard Hurak, David Niver,
Jerome Kozel, Allan Jordan, Frank
Solik, Russell Woodrick, Chuck
Svec. Second row: Frank Brogni,
Patrick Pieper, Frank Bauer, Gene
St. George, Bill YVilliams, Hank Car-
stensen, Don Musial, Dennis San-
ders. Bottom row: Arleen Morgan-
tini, Gail Cech, Sharon WVolforcl,
Mary Lou Gaba, Amy Groh, joan
Top row: David Forbes, Vince Ma-
lek, Thomas Kamin, Thomas Zay,
Frank Hass. Second row: Mike Mar-
cinkus, John Dillman, Ron Kirch,
Frank Freiberg. Bottom row: Joe
Ciamopoa, Denise Vaurek, Susan
Gavac, Judy Dusek.
Top row: Ken Kucera, Bob Heller,
George Moudry, Frank Smith, Frank
Pavlik, John F ortin, Don Podzamsky,
Larry Kozin. Second row: Pearl Ori-
hel, Nancy Slowinski, Jan C-assaway,
Marcia Liska, Joyce Sobotica, Mary
Kuske, Terry Catrambone, Jim Tim-
mins, Ed Kujawa. Bottom row: Bon-
nie Togias, Phyllis Blackstone, Cyn-
thia Subach, Susan Gimiinski, Be-
verly Grassi, Renata Koliha, Janet
Jicka, Maryann O'Connor.
Top row: Doyle Hickey, Earl Hodek,
Charles Anclelbradt, Jim Catenby,
David Sedivy, Don DelBene, Tom
Szot, Matt Carr. Second row: John
Kubiak, Jim Cleary, Bob Hrouda,
Bob Nieminski, Dale Thomas, Dick
Ouraoa. Bottom row: Audrey Panus-
ko, Ruth Anderson, Carole Vessell,
Dolores Desicleri, Marilynn Skorski,
Nancy Sobran, Ellen Borgeaud.
Top row: Bob Carlis, Joe Panik,
Jerry Hulka, Don Straka, Terry Dei-
nes, Norbert Wfojtowicz, Lou Mar-
tini, Bruno Dombkowski, David Sla-
ger. Second row: Louis Prapotnik,
Donald Eisermann, Marla Vales, Be-
nae Staral, Betta Garbarino, Patricia
Loidolt, Pauline Sievert, Lynda Bus-
ta. Bottom row: Rita Harper, Jean-
ne Blanch, Christine Pakan, Claudia
Paveza, Sharon Kuba, Janice Pola-
cek, Diane Martin.
Top row: William F lemr, Jim Ma-
nusos, Tom Staniszewski, Ray Has-
sler, Dale Bonga, Dave White, Bob
Defenbaugh, Ronald jalowiec,
Chuck Zajicek, Bruce Hnilo. Second
row: john Mostacci, Frank Warga,
Joe Gerrini, Cliff Dominas, Iohn
Witt, Izolina Ioyaisa, Carol jozwiak,
Pat Grenvich. Bottom row: Betty
Lutkus, Natalie Ruffolo, Jackie Ha-
razin, Nancy Ciner, Gayle Skaja, jo
Ellen Dvorak, Bonnie Kaucky, Diann
Top row: james Podojil, Howard
Kostoiis, Ray Kruntorad, jim Sou-
kup, Bob Bell, jim Novak, Frank
Mushow, Harold Haiek, Bob Hill.
Second row: Peter Ianclacek, Ed
Heimann, Paul Trantina, Thomas
Nickel, Jessica Feinberg, Lorraine
Huizinga, Virginia Scheid. Bottom
row: Donna Novak, Jeanette Meyer,
Diane Marsiglio, Carol Batka, Grace
Geis, Karen Puike.
Top row: Tom. Hudik, Al Ache
macher, WVayne Vermillion, Iim Bar
tunek, Roger Ahniholz, Richard jir-
out, John Vallino, Tom Eccarot, Ro
bert Hawkins. Second row: Ken Kro
nenberger, Bill Coyer, Steve Crnko
vich, john Kostel, Kenneth Schlich
ting, Mike Milosevich, Gene No
wicki. Bottom row: WValter E. De
Lise, Bill YVittenberg, Glenn Pun
cochar, Denise Robb, Robert Musil,
Bruce Mattran, Gerald Tornan.
Top row: Wayne Ratay, Don Dragi-
sic, Roy Votava, Duane Burda, Wal-
ter Mazurek, Don Stevens, Carl No-
votny, Allen Bernard. Second row:
jim Sheppard, Rich Klingcnmaier,
jerry Libera, Richard Acacco, Ted
Krakowski, Leo Ambrose. Bottom
row: Carol Krupinski, Camille Her-
mann, Keith Heicller, Ken Simmons,
Dolores Stechly, Bill Budenbencler.
Top row: Ray Simek, Glenn Rajeck,
Allan DelSartl, Rio Tauer, Frank
Hasner, Stanley Howe, john Lep-
pert, Joseph Bellezzo, Walter Friis,
George jabes. Second row: Ron
Slouka, Frank Sebek, Kenneth Nor-
man, Ron Burisek, james Patitucci,
George Kroupa, Rich DeLong, Ron-
ald DeCesare. Bottom row: Jerome
Sypien, Wayne Giacome, Clarence
DeVries, Ian Cefalo, Bob Simak,
Bob Tysl, Ed Strobl.
Top row: Larry Frczek, Richard
Ynclestad, Frank Szczech, Russell
Lekovish, Frank Zahour, Don VVork-
man, Frank Beranek, Allen Krc,
Dennis Biolobok. Second row: Bruce
Bastiaans, Charles Firnsin, Denis
De1Sarto, Bill Kriblcy, Bill Jordan,
William Dedic, .Bill Fcrrado, Joseph
Kratky. Bottom row: Grace Bruno,
Janet Hapl, Roberta Victor, Barbara
Akin, Rosemary O'Dormell, Karin
Farmer, Katherine Albert, Judi Bog-
dan, Sandra Pettigrew.
Top row: John Pertovic, Ron Pau-
laskas, Mike Kouvelis, Charles Zajic,
David VVettstaedt, Ed Moose, Jim
Hosek, Raymond Hoag, Larry Rem-
pert. Szecond row: Jack Jacobs, Jim
Benes, George Goens, Jim Styblo,
Lawrence Workman, Paul DelCarlo,
Ron Krajicek. Bottom row: Marianne
Daddino, Patricia Zak, Donna Whit-
lock, Patty Curda, Roberta Sestak.
Top row: NVilliam Strnad, Ed Kra-
sovich, Charles Kirian, Frank Opa-
lecky, Larry Hess, Rich Meyers. Sec-
ond row: James Kozel, Thomas Bar-
tell, Edward Benson, Richard Allen,
Ernest Chaloupka, NValter Urbano-
wicz. Bottom row: Carole NVidiger,
Dorothy Cribauskas, Thomas Teare,
Tony Lutkauskas, Darina Cizek,
Top row: John Trappina, Jerome
WV0lak, Peter Lazzari, Richard Biehl,
Robert Austera, Charles Foune, Ken
Bishop, Roger G. Forcash. Second
row: Frank Hamtak, Ronald Roeges,
Steve Malatek, James Pupelis, Marie
Yazdgerdi, Gloria Luse, Louis Lo-
renz, Bill Lukes. Bottom row: Jean-
nette Demma, Melody Leoni, Judith
Kula, Janice Keyes, Pat Hart, Jac-
queline Myolil, Emily Lazazzera,
Top row: George Albrecht, Len Sa-
wosko, Dave Kelly, Louis Pechan,
Bill Kuban, Jim Kovarik, Frank Pli-
inl, Norm Garneau, Jerry Wenzel.
Second row: Ray Marek, Kurt Aird,
George McClcndon, Lee Baxa, Tony
Caselli, Bob Kizior, Wayne Schenekl.
Bottom row: Pam Marecek, Marcia
Hackl, John Morganti, Richard Har-
vey, Bill Fairchild, Eric Meskaus-
kas, Melodec Bouska.
Top row: Ron Groer, Dave Sum-
mers, Robert Biciste, Ed Jachimow-
ski, Franklyn Pekarek, Leland Ze-
leny, Joe La Porte. Second row:
George I-Iodul, Dennis Theriault,
Frank Holik, Frank Navratil, Pat
Hincik, Lynda Schmid, Susan Dux,
Kathleen Baysick. Bottom row:
Kathy Mach, Sandi Pertle, Joe Pi-
sauro, Joanne Spelman, Joan Gre-
gor, Sandra Mastalerz.
Top raw: Robert Scjnost, Andrew
Olsen, .lcroinc Mmkmvski, joe Dy-
IllilCClC, lion Pctermzui, l'Iiu'olcl XV0l-
lcnlmerg, VVaync Mueller, Hon Hell-
ncr, Bill Miclielon. Second row:
Arla-nc Grccco, Sylvia jccliort, Irena-
liicli, Brian Brunslik, Bryzui Kussinziu,
Peter Gregory. Gcomc Relior, Ron
Almluton. Bolton: row: Marilyn Cli-
vaitul, Dorothy Adam, Ioan Macie-
iewski, joan Milly, Mnrccllzl Malcli,
Pat Molek, Carrol Hronclc.
Top row: Peter Hay, Lambert Mied-
ler, NVilliam F ricke, Robert Koma-
rek, William Ieske, Ed Przeklasa,
Carl Reina, Edward Plocek, Ierry
Altier. Second row: Vandal Bunch,
jim Palini, Paul Bonin, Don Linde-
man, john Potokar, Doug Edison,
Jerry Lucas, Dave Pekarek. Bottom
row: Sharon Simonek, Don Chesky,
Betty Rimdzius, Ervin Nemec, War-
ren Sclineider, Diane Frait.
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Top row: Michael Strzelecki, Den-
nis Scliarf, Frank Slechter, Joe Aus-
tera, Dick Reggi, Irvin MacDougall,
Norman MacLean, Bob Senese. Sec-
ond row: jerry Castello, Alan F orst,
Lau'ry Derengowski, Ray Platek,
Stanley Cherney, Fred Frencl. Bot-
tom row: julie Fretueg, Peggy Ba-
ker, Audrey Rutland, Marlene Me-
ioricli, Catherine Oswald.
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Top row: Robert Schabinger, Gre-
gory Sorwell, George Kosmak, Mit-
chell Kotennanski, Ron Ballarini,
Terrence Booth, Edward Miller,
,loseph Cieply. Second row: Deanna
VanHuezen, Kathy Tanczyn, Sherry
Svoboda, Karen Steinberger, Patri-
cia Adams, Dorothy Langer, JoAnn
Zeman, Sharon Miller, Charlene
Cjondla, Carol Clabots. Bottom row:
Mary Ann Rizzato, Susan Horrell,
Catherine Hnetynka, Kathryn Manu-
sos, Pat Taraba, Iudy Blazina, Cece-
lia Callahan, Iudi Panzer.
T012 row: Laddie Hynko, Ron Ca-
pek, Allan Furman, john Ludwick,
Victor Crowe, Tom Robinson, Bill
Saver, Tom Nolan, Victor Starostlsa,
Steve Pavish. Second row: Richard
Anderson, Don Lentzen, Lee Mart-
inson, Stephen Pictras, Lee Drabek,
Wayne Zimny, Ray Nelson, Dan
Romito. Bottom row: Ioan Fennessy,
Judith Hogner, Donald Lorr, Leo-
nard Clemeson, Scott Pinta, Ruth
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Morton Svening School
The aim of the Morton Evening School is to provide convenient
and inexpensive instruction for the out-of-school people of the district.
junior College subjects can be taken for graduation and for transfer
to other educational institutions. Morton Evening School is an ac-
credited institution. The regulations for admission into classes, Where
credit is desired, are those applied by the accredited schools of the
North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools.
Morton Evening School belongs to the community, and it aims
to serve the wants of those who desire to improve themselves. If stu-
dents are interested in any subject, a convenient time will be arranged
to offer this subject.
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"Orcliilds In the Snow" was u great success because tlicsc officers workcd hard on every
clctail. Left to right: Judy Novak, Carol lfioliitog Marilyn juncu, Prcsidunt, and Marilyn Slaby
lUomen's C lug
The Womelfs Club provides a place of
Anything for a friend
relaxation for all M.I.C. Women. The com-
fort of the clubroom is greatly appreciated
on hectic college days. The clubroom is
equipped with a hi-fi set, magazines, and
many soft, comfortable chairs.
Besides providing a haven for the dis-
traught college maidens, the Womenis
Club sponsors dances, teas, the Mother-
Daughter banquet, and the Big-Little Sis-
Officers are elected each semester.
Members and officers alike appreciate
the great help and assistance they re-
ceive from the Club,s advisor, Miss Grace
Mellow music makes studying al
The officers of thc first semester were:
seated, left to right: George Wolf, Bob Far-
liks Mr. NValter R. Bliss, advisor. Standing
left to right: jack Knrbens, Prcsiclentg Louis
V sl -..RS
Every male member of the MIC stu-
dent body is an automatic member of the
Menis Club. The club sponsored the fall
dance, Autumn Leaves, served at the
Mother-Daughter Banquet as well as the
Faculty Tea, and presented the first dance
of the second semester, Sweetheart Sere-
Three intramural teams represented the
club in the basketball contest. A first place
award was merited by this organization's
"Paddlin, for Victoryl' float entered in the
This club provides a room in which the
men can congregate for small talk or set-
tle back in an easy chair to watch their
favorite TV program.
Who said it couIdn't be done?
The F aculty-Student Tea was a welcome break in the
Two students enjoy a game of skill and concentration.
The Women's Athletic Association
some enjoyment for sportsminded women. Under the guidance of its advisor, Miss Delores '
Griesbaum, the officers planned interesting and fun-filled meetings for the members. The w,A,A, O I
officers were: left to right: Carol Carayg Barbara Linhart, Presidentg Miss Delores Griesbaum,
aclvisorg and Kathy Tanczyn.
VVithout the Convocation Committee, the programs presented bi-weekly at seventh hour on
Thursday would never become realities. The first semester committee, selected by the Stu-
dent Council and advised by Miss Lucille Schilling and Mr. Roger Kampschroer, was: seated,
left to -right: Joan Maciejewskig Jeanette Moranog Janice Wagnerg and Miss L. Schilling.
Standing, left to right: Don Jirakg Mr. R. Kampschroerg and Larry Workman.
offers opportunities for athletic achievement and whole-
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Sharon Zogas and Adeline Reda starred
in the production, "Wonderful Town."
With the aid of Miss Lusty and Mr. Teeter, these Guild members presented Noah, Wonder-
ful Town, and Harvey to the students of Morton junior College: Top row, left to right: James
Sheppardg Alan Havlicckg Rich Wiedenhoeftg joseph Legnerg Walter Mazurekg and Martin
Lukes. Middle row, left to right: Sandra VanC0ethemg Rosemary O'Donnellg Terry Catram-
boneg Sharon Zogasg jim Timminsg and Glenn Roepke. Bottom row, left to right: Mary Anne
Haackg Diane Lukaszekg Dorothy Gribauskasg and Adeline Reda.
Hours of practice are needed to acquire
grace and coordination for the dance rou-
RICHARD WIEDENHOEFT JOHN PLANTAN KEN POJMAN
Tackle F ullback Guard
Zfie 1960 Season
FOOTBALL . . Fortune the ancient Roman od stirring offense in the last moments of the game
dess of luck, turned a mischievous and often alluiive
face toward the hopeful aspirations of M.I.C.'s Panth-
ers this season. The team, though inexperienced,
displayed unshakable spirit, willingness and an often
desperate courage in the face of overwhelming odds.
The squad of thirty-eight, led by Coach Hedtke,
received their baptism by fire in the season's opener
against Wright. The 21-6 defeat only served to
harden the Panthers' grim core of determination.
The night game against -Ioliet at Memorial Sta-
dium resembled a slaughter of innocents. The blind-
ing lights of the Stadium revealed the bewildered
but courageous Mortonites trying vainly to hold the
dike in the face of an overwhelming flood. With
demoniac fury, the joliet backs skirted the ends
and poured across the field leaving M.I.C. on the
short end of a 49-0 score.
The Panthers were "bloody but unbowedn as they
journeyed to VVilson for their next game. It was a
hard and bitter contest. The gridders displayed a
JOHN LARIMER, Halflmck, and BILL COYER,
JIM VVYCPAULEK, Tackle FRANK H
but failed to keep Wilson from grabbing a 21-13
The Homecoming game provided hopeful fans
with the most thrilling battle of the season. Coach
Hedtke, aided by Coach E. Martin and volunteer
instructor R. Masek, had shaped the Panthers into
a fighting fury. It was a well organized, battle-tried
team that stalked onto the field that blustery No-
vember day. But Fortune, in the guise of two in-
attentive officials, ignored the Panthers clever
maneuverings and presented LaSalle with a 13-6
The team closed the season with a 40-7 defeat
The record of no wins-five losses stands recorded
in M.l.C.'s athletic annals. But what can't be re-
corded-what can never be recorded-is the deter-
mination, willingness and raw courage of the
thirty-eight men who played and prayed on a scuffed
Quarterback, and DENNIS FLAHERTY, Left Back, and
OSNER End RON KOUTSKY Middle Guard
JIM SRBENY IOHN KOSTAL EDWVIN HOMOLKA
Tackle Halfbtlck End
The Pznmtlu-rs of the 1960 season were: first row: left to right: Jerome XVolukg Joseph Krcmarg
-Iznnes Srlxenyg joseph Bellezzog Dennis Flahertyg john Pluntung Tony Cznnpog and Alam Forst
561201111 row, left to right: XVilliann W'itzennz1nng Conch E. M. Matting Robert Boburkag Timo-
thy Flexningg liclwin Hmnolkug Donald Lorrg joseph Ferrinig Head Coach XV. A. Hecltkeg Ken-
neth Poimung und Frank Kritelx. Third row, left to right: XVillium xvlllklffg Russell NV00drick
Donulcl Del Ba.-neg Michael Eclgertong Rielnlrd XVieclenl1oeft5 Frank I-Iasnerg and james Wye:
Homecoming . . 1960
Homecoming is tradition. Itis something
old, something new, something borrowed-
but never something blue. Itis filled with the
laughter and dreams of yesterday and today.
Homecoming is a memory. The memory of --
Four coins tossed into the fountain of for-
tune-the Ballot Box Beauties-each hopefully
eager to be Queen for a Day.
Cool, clean jazz ripping across the roar of a
hundred hurried conversations. The Panth-
er's spirit goaded into action by the thunder
of clapping hands and stomping feet. A play-
ful pageant of former Queens from Bicep Bow.
Mr. Bones: "Sa1n! Does you know what
a parade is PU
Sam: "No Suh, Mr. Bones. What is a
Mr. Bones: "Organized disorder."
Blankets . . . curly headed chrysanthe-
mums tipped with 'Autumn bronze and gold
. . . blankets . . .Q Cheerleaders coaxing the
crowd with frantic signals . . . blankets . . .
aQueen meets her subjects . . . blankets . . .
Panthers darting across a scuffed field, claw-
ing after victory.
Mood . . . lilting . . . lazy . . . lingering . . .
a swirl of bright colors and dim li hts. Love
whispered with a shuffle. Mezlieval and
modern meet as a Queen is crowned and pomp
and ceremony gets a cha-cha beat.
Flapping their ears and wagging their
tails for a Panther victory were these
two mice, Elaine Morosky, left, and Judy
Hoping that Fortune would smile on the Panthers, these fans cheered for a thrilling victory
for a team which never lost its fighting fury.
Full of vitality and school spirit, these cheerleaders help lead the football and basketball
teams on to victories: left to right: Pam Marecekg Carol Berang Carol Bejnag Sandi Pertleg
Geri Stavag and Adeline Roda.
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met the members of her court: from left to right: Judy Novak, Publicationsg Pat
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The Morton junior College Music Workshop, under the direction
of Mr. Robert I. Dvorak, is an example of an organization in which
the combined efforts and talents of its members are developed and
coordinated to produce a unifold blend of harmony and song.
The choir offers variety and relaxation to its members, and the
pleasure of expressing emotion and thought through melody.
The choir furnished the vocal background for the Guild pro-
duction of "Wonderful Townv and, in addition, presented delightful
and entertaining programs for the Christmas and Easter convocations.
The members of the Morton junior College Music Workshop are:
Sandra Smithg Joy Dougang Patricia Roseg Adeline Redag Paula
Parkg Sharon Roussarg Diane Lukaszekg Rosemary O'Donne1lg
Patricia Carrg Angeline Zakrockyg Marilyn Slabyg Lynne Lawsong
Philip Albertg Robert Bellg Richard Buricg Anthony Casellig Ro-
nald Deckerg Fred Fairchildg Walter Mazurekg Robert Norrisg
Benedict Sedivyg Wayne Vermilliong Edward Zajdag and Carol
The M.J.C. Quintet, under the direction of Roger Vitek, provided the musical entertainment l
at many of the pep assemblies and convocations. The quintet is composed of Roger Vitek, N
trumpetg Chuck Herman, bassg Ed Zajda, saxophoneg Ben Sedivy, drumsg and Ron Polaskas, ,
The book you are now holding is the product of the work of the staff
members of the PIONEER. Pictured above are, seated, left to
Jeanette Meyerg Barbara Linhartg and Elaine Horaz. Standing, left to
right: Virginia Scheidg Ian Keyesg Lorraine Huizingag Ernest C
pkag Carol Carayg and Sandy Smith.
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The staff members who are not pictured are: Joyce Fiflisg Kay
Hrochg Christine Stachurag Lillian Feeg Kathy Tanczyng Robert
Defenbaughg Ellen Oehmeg and Sylvia Iechort.
BARBARA M. LINHART
JEANETTE E. MEYER
The Collegian is the pulse of the college.
hrough its Weekly issues, the students are in-
ormed of important future events. It is through
the Collegian that the student body is unified
'nto an active and responsible group. This staff
drawn mostly from the journalism class of
r. Sam Meyer, the paper's advisor.
The Collegian publishes special issues at
Homecoming and Christmas and usually breaks
the serious routine by issuing an April Foolls
The editors of the first semester were: Charles
Ianovsky, editor-in-ehiefg Lana Liska, news edi-
torg Joanne Sitar, feature editorg and Robert
Faje, sports editor. Those elected for the sec-
ond sernester were: Arthur Sejnost, editor-in-
chiefg Richard Mikuleeky, news editorg Eric
Meskauskas, variety editorg Arlene Macek, fea-
ture editorg and Dave Canonico, sports editor.
The Collegian is printed in the high school
print shop which is supervised by Mr. R. A.
Arlene Macek and Eric Meskauskas read a "hot off the '
press" issue of the Collegian.
The following group of industrious ncwsmen is credited with all the hard work and long hours
which are required to produce each issue of the Collegian. Seated, left to right: Arthur Sei-
noslg joaune Sitarg Chuck jauovsky: and Bob Faje. Second row: Lillian Feeg Gloria Luseg
Arlene Macckg Judy Novakg Rich Meyersg and Scott Pinta. Third row: Don Childsg john Stre-
leekyg Frank Zuhourg Ceorge Phillipg Richard Mikulcekyg and Eric Meskauskas.
The Party Line staff were, left to
right: Dorothy Langerg joan Macie-
iewskig and Retta Garbarino. Seated:
The concise, convenient telephone directory, the Party Line,
is issued by a student committee under the advisorship of Dr. Sam ,
Meyer. This directory contains the names, addresses, and telephone Paffy fine
numbers of the faculty and student body of the college. This year's
issue was edited by Renae Staral and her staff.
The I.V.C.F., the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, is an inter-
denominational organization interested in religious activities. The
Morton Junior College chapter is one of many established at univer-
sities and colleges throughout the World. The sponsor of the group
is Mr. Lionel I. Rankin.
The club meets Weekly, at which time the members study pas-
sages from the Bible, While ministers, missionaries, and religious films
help to create an atmosphere of good will and religion, and relate the
Christian faith to a vigorous student life, emphasizing spiritual, social,
and intellectual maturity.
This year the I.V.C.F. was composed
of: seated: left to right: Ruth Ander-
song Richard Mikulcckyg and Marcella
Mach. Second raw: Ellen Rissky,
Paula Parkg Lorraine Huizingag Mr.
Lionel Rankin, advisorg and Virginia
Scheid. Thircl row: Don Childs, Bob
Bytnarg Ron Decker, jerry Rogowskig
Ernest Chnloupkag and Thomas Hurt.
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The members of the Emblem Staff were:
Sitting, left to right: Carol Bcnesek, Pat
Carr, Virginia Kafka, Mary Ann Rizzato,
Sandra Smith. S'tuntling, left to right: Fre- '
derick Fairchild, Donald jirak, Miss L.
Schilling, Charles Roberts, Brian Kussman.
gfie Smfllem l
The Emlnlem is an annual student publication featuring literary
work in the form of poetry and prose. This material is contributed by
students personally or through their rhetoric instructors.
Through the efforts of the 1961 staff under Fred Fairchild, stud-
ent chairman, with Miss Lucille Schilling as advisor, the creative
compositions - novel, humorous and informative - of promising
writers were edited and the best were selected for publication in the
The mcmbcrs of the Vct's Club were' Sitting, left to right- Richard Wassenaar, VVillian1
Adams, Richard Turynal Standing, left' to right: Matthew Nevrkla, joseph Jeras, Don Mc-
Mullen, Bob Horna. Frank Konfrst, Donald Ierabek, Rudolph Sylvan.
The officers of Orchesis were: Left
to right: Bonnie Togiasg joy Dou-
gang Dena Demos, Presidentg Jo-
Thc inc-lnbcrs of Orclwsis were: Strmcling, left to right: Mary Alycc Poscnka, Judy Innousko-
vs-c, Elzum- Morosky, judxth HL-gncr, Dale McClcndon. Knveling, left to Figllff Dunn Demos,
Carole Zilnvy, Bonnie Togius, Nancy Sclwjbail. Sitting, Ivft In right: Szuidm Maistzxlcrz, Carol
Rckus, Lolita Formunek, Diane Martin.
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Through the ages, dancing has been a pleasant and popular pas-
time. The cultural aspect of the dance is seen in grace and poise, the
artistic aspect in style and movement.
In Orchesis, exercise and coordination go hand in hand to produce
agility, rhythm, and balance. The students are able to experiment
With various routines and techniques in the interpretation of a par-
Under the direction of Miss joan Ernst, Orchesis members applied
their skill and training when they danced their way through this yearis
musical show, "NVonderful Townv, and in a spring convocation.
Come to me.
It takes courage to stand on that cold floor.
' Learnin' the techniques of choreography.
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He who enjoys swimming and wishes to perfect his skills and strokes
is a Swim Club member. In addition to learning the finer techniques
of swimming and diving, the members acquire grace and the ability
to synchronize their strokes to music. This yearis membership Was
restricted to students who passed a swimming achievement test.
Under the direction and instruction of Miss Delores J. Griesbaum,
the talented group displays the result of months of consistent effort
through practice in a Spring Conventiong here they combine strokes
and stunts in a variety show.
The ninc survivors of this ycz1r's Swim Club wt-rc: Stunzling, left fo right: Phil Sulvatorig
Larry Hcssg Jack Forting and XVa1ync Cailis. Seated, left to right: Durina' Cizckg Samdrn Trincrg
Carol Bcjnag Cynthia Salvinog and Sharon Svobodzl.
Every Sunday at 10 A.M., the twelve teams of the Morton Iunior
College Bowling League meet at Palace Bowl. Each howler receives
gym credit for participation While trophies, ohtained with prize money,
are awarded at the end of the league year.
The advisor of this organization is Coach O. J. Kudrnovsky. Assist-
ing him are the president and secretary of the league, Terry Pavvlow-
ski and Chuck Ianovsky, respectively. It is the duty of the officers
to record the averages and collect money for the league. The purpose
of the group is to promote hetter citizenship and to develop national
leaders among the college men.
The Pantherls Roar, which boasts a large
membership, is the booster club of the
college. It promotes school spirit and
sportsmanship at all of the athletic events
which take place throughout the academic
year. Its members take leadership and
pride in the Homecoming activities by
building a float, choosing a queen candi-
date, selling rah-rahs and mums, and
managing the refreshment stand at the
The officers of Pantheris Roar were seated, left
to right: Mr. W. D. Rader, advisor, Terry Zmr-
hal, President. Standing, left to right: Lynne
Lawsong Angie Zakrockyg Sandra Lilegdon.
The members of Pantheris Roar were: First row, left to right: Susan Horrell, Sandra Lileg-
don, Dorothy Cribauskas, Marietta DeMarco, Natalie Ruffolo, Carol Bejna, Elaine Rupert,
Cynthia Salvino, Ioan Vodraska. Second row, left to right: Patricia Zak, Donna Whitlock,
Jeanette Morano, Ioan Maciejewski, jessica Feinberg, Carole Zilavy, Patricia Adams, Dorothy
Adam, joan Maly, Rexene Bertolino, Beverly Grassi, Pat Molek. Tlzirzl row, left to right: Sandi
Pertle, Judy Janouskovec, Barbara Akin, Elaine Morosky, Angie Zakrocky, Susan Gavac, Ian
Gassaway, Sharon Miller, Mary Kuskc, Kathy Mach, Audrey Rutland. Fourth row, left to right:
james Carlson, Frank Mushow, Robert Biciste, Rich Wiedenhoeft, joseph Legncr, Robert Ho-
resovsky, Joe LaPorte, Arthur Sejnost, Glenn Puncochar.
"T The members showed their enthusiasm for
Homecoming by building this float, "Carriage
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Even after working on their float all night,
this group still shows bright smiles and a
"we're gonna win' spirit.
The members of P2lI1tllCl',S Roan' were: First row, left to -right: Adeline Reda, Pam Marecek,
Nnncy Nowicki, Karen Puike, Carol Benin, Carol Crihben, Sleconcl row, left to right: Catherine
Hnetynkn, Valerie Anderson, Judy Novak, Lynne Lawson, Darina Cizek, Marilynn Skorski,
Ruth Arasim, Bonnie Kaucky. Third row, left tu right: Mary Alyce Posanka, john Potolcar,
Jim Novak, Roi Tauer, Bill Strnud, Rich Gossling, Irene Rich, Denise Vavrek, Frank Freiberg,
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A big pow-wow between Coach Hild and
the "starting five" during a timeout in the
ough the Panthers played hard and fast,
ended the 1961 season with a 6-16 re-
Dennis Houclek successfully intercepts 21 pass
from the DePaul team. Good work, Den!
Bill Heimann and Ron Peterman combine
their skills to give Morton another 2 points
as Lester Kopecky, -17520, and Joe Iellen, 432,
watch the action.
I-Iigh-jumping joe Iellen directs the
jump ball to one of his teammates as
Dennis Houdek gets ready to clear the
way for u Morton shot.
Tho Palxlllwlw unclvr thc- dircction of Coach Hild for tlic- 1961 season were, left to Tiglllfi Bob
Ourzlrlng Eclxvurd Snwdog 'loc Hiemg John Mucauleyg -loc jellong Ronald Petermang Dennis
Houdokg jim Spcrlikg Luster Kopcckyg Bill Hcimunng amd Ed Kujawzl.
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Class Night . , gracluation?
The second semester officers of the Class of 1962 were: seated, left to right:
Se Lynne Lawson, President, and Claudia Paveza, Treasurer. Standing, left
to right, are: Alan Kolar, Vice-President, and Sandi Pertle, Treasurer.
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T o gain il realistic picture of what engineers do on the job, the following students became
members of tho Engineering Association: Seated, left to right: Marilyn Iancag Jim Carlsong
and Ed Suwdo. Standing, left to right in first row: William Adamsg Ken Meskawitzg Frank
Gullnghcrg Dcnnis Wittg and Mr. C. L. Roycc,aclvisor. In seconcl1'owr1re: Ken Schuetz, Ken Finkg
Ken Slllllllllillg jinncs Rickerg Joyce Fiflisg Larry hVOI'lilU111'1Q and john Skoda. In tllircl row are:
Kun Brill, Ccorgc X-Volfg Ray Hzisslerg John Potokarg Rich Toinuszg Robert Rybiczlg and David
Slugcr. Silamling in fourth row ure: Roi Tziuerg john Maculeyg Dale Bongaq and Dennis Hou-
Mr. L. E. Kcnncl aiclvisvcl thc MIC forcnsic tcinn which was composed of: Frank Zahour and
llnss NVoocl1'ick, i"0I'Cj.ll'0lll1ClQ. .vvcmzcl row, SUIIQCII lcfl to right: Carol Fiollito, Maryzlnn '
OConnor, and Duvv Pountanng .vczltccl lvfl fo right ui Nm Hizrcl row arc: Emic Clmloupku,
Bcrnuclicn Bnrainowskl, und Stain lxontskv.
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The WVomen's Club made a wise choice when
it selected its Homecoming Queen candidate.
Making plans for the student-faculty tea and
the spring turnabout dance was the job of the
second semester officers, who were: left to'
right, Virginia Grenvichg Geri Stava, Presidentg
Pat Adamsg and Carol Bejna.
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Directing the activities of the Men's Club for
the second semester were the officers, seated
left to right: john Macauley and Louis Vie-
celi, President. Standing, left to right, are
Frank Gallagher and Eugene Morrissey.
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Charlene and Pat begin one of the W,A.A.'s
exciting basketball games. Ever see such
Enjoying sportsdnys und conventions were the
lllCll1lJU1'S of the XV.A.A., who were: left to right
in first row: Carol Curayg Nancy Franzeng
Bu1'bnru Linhartg Churlcnc Kndlccg and Kathy
Tzmczyn. Left tn right in secmul row arc:
Sylvia Jcchortg Rcttu Carbarinog Pat Loicloltg
Isolinu jcwuisug Peggy Bnkerg and Rcxene
Bcrtolino. Not pictured arc Irene Richg Clau-
dia Pzlvezag Pat Zazvorkag Bcrnudien Bara-
nowskig and Indy McDougal.
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the talents of thc 'lheatre Guxld.
Gee, that's pretty. What is it?
"They did not seek the honorsg rather the honors sought and found them
Phi Oheta Kappa
Phi Theta Kappa is the national scholastic junior college honor society. Sophomores ire eligible
to be recommended by the faculty for membership in the Theta Omicron Chapter if they ire
in the upper ten percent of the full-time student body. At least four-fifths of their work must be
applicable towards a bachelor of arts or a bachelor of science degree. In addition to the schol xstic
requirements, the student must possess recognized qualities of citizenship and be of good moral
JANCA, MARILYN ZAZVORKA, PATRICIA
Permanent Honor Roll
The Permanent Honor Roll contains the names of those sophomore students who deserve
recognition for thier academic achievements and outstanding character and fine school service
The following sophomores have been chosen.
The Presidents Aides is one of M-IC's most distinguished organizations. It is an honor society
for freshmen students who achieve an average of B or better for the first semester. Other quahfi
cations for membership are leadershipjservice and character. The Aides are chosen at the be
ginning of the second Semester by the faculty and have charge of the majority of MIC elections
and aid in commencement exercises.
RIZZATO, MARY ANN
ZEMAN, IO ANN
Outstanding performance and meritorious service are the basis for Press Guild Membershin.
The mere meeting of the standards which each of the Morton junior Collegeis publications sets is
not enough to become a member of this honor society. One must excel. Evaluation of service and
election of members arc done by the Press Guild Board, made up of the senior members who
were elected the previous year. Advisors are: Dr. Sam Meyer, Mr. Ralph M. Park, and Miss Lu-
cille Schilling. Presiding over the Board is Arthur Sejnost, Executive Secretary.
ROBERT FAIE CHARLES IANOVSKY BARBARA LINHART
COLLEGIAN INITIATES PIONEER
DAVID CANONICO DAVID NIVER LILLIAN FEE '
SANDRA PERTLE SANDY SMITH
, VIRGINIA SCHEID
ARTHUR SEJ NOST
GEORGE C ZOENS
ERIC MESKAUSKAS JOANNE SITAR EMBLEM
RICHARD MIKULEGKY FRANK ZAHOUFI FREDERICK FAIRCHILD
Delta P51 Omega
Delta Psi Omega is an honorary dramatic fraternity formed in junior colleges. This is al
international fraternity ol which Morton junior College is Chapter 189.
Admission to the organization is by acting ability, stage craft, costume making, and makeul
work in thc school plays.
, , TITO SEBASTIANI
, . . . DENNIS REMBLOS
, . MARY ANN HAACK
Score!ary-Treasurer . . .
'V ' NTINI
ADICI, u 4
MARY ANN IIAACK
SANDY VAN GOTHEN
The first semester officers for the
Sophomore Class were: Right to
left: Sandra Trincr, Vice-President,
Mr. R. L.. Davidson, Advisor, Susan
Bending, Secretary, james Carlson,
President, Pat Zazvorka, Treasurer.
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The second semester officers for the Sopho-
more Class were: Standing, left to right l
james Carlson, President, Robert Farlik,
Treasurer, Mr. R. L. Davidson, Advisor
Seated, left to right: Susan Bending, Sec-
retary, Sandra Lilegdon, Vice-President.
5642 Class of 1961 , , . ,
The beginning of the school year was filled with excitement and
great anticipation as the sophomore class, under the direction of Jim
Carlson, President, Sandra Triner, Vice-President, Sue Bending,
Secretary, Pat Zazvorka, Treasurer, and Mr. Davidson, Advisor, execut-
ed elaborate plans for the 1960 Homecoming Dance, "Southern
Serenadef, The sophomore class also held three playnights during
the year which gave fun and pleasure to all who attended. Working
with james Carlson, President, Sandra Lilegdon, Vice-President, Sue
Bending, Secretary, Robert Farlik, Treasurer, and Mr. Davidson, Ad-
visor, the second semester sophomore class planned what has been
termed the most beautiful Prom and Class Night of our college.
VVhen the solemn commencement exercises were held, the sopho-
mores received their diplomas on graduation day, they looked back on
their two years at M.I.C. and realized what a privilege was theirs to
have been prepared for life through the excellent teaching and counsel-
ing staff of M.I.C.
WILLIAMI ADAMS IR VALERIE ANDERSON GEORGE BALEY
Electrlcfll L1'1f,ll'1E6I'1Ilg Medlcfll Technology Phamqacy
CAROL ANN BEINA
Liberal Arts and Sc1ences
Liberal Arts and Sclences
CAROL ARLEEN BERAN
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ANTHONY D CAMPO JAMES CARLSON
Liberal Arts and Sciences
THERESA ANN CWIOK
Liberal Arts and Sciences
ARLEN E N ENA
Liberal Arts and Scicnccs
WILLIAM EDWVARD STUART DEARDORFF
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Y' ' JOHN DETTMER
JOY DOUGAN FRED DRANTZ
Music Liberal Arts and Sciences
FREDERICK D. ROBERT FAIE ROBERT FARLIK
FAIRCHU-'D General Liberal Arts and Sciences
JOYCE FIFLIS KENNETH FINK
DENNIS M. FLAHERTY
CAROL ANN FIORITO
WVAYNE CAILIS FRANCIS X. CAROL CARAY
General GALLAGHER Education
Liberal Arts and Sciences
MICHAEL CIAMPAPA VIRGINIA GRENVICH PAMELA GRIFFITHS
Edugmgiun Education Education
MARY ANNE HAACK
KATHRYN HAAS BILL HAIEK RAYMOND HALE
Liberal Arts and Sciences General Music
GEORGE HARDING D , DIANE JEAN HAVEL
General 1 Education
ALAN CHARLES ROBERT JOHN RONALD E. HEBEDA
HAVLICEK HAVLICEK Chelnigtfy
ELAINE I-IORAZ ROBERT HORESOVSKY ROBERT HORNA
Education Commerce General
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JAMES JACKSON MARILYN JANCA IUDITH JANOUSKOVEC
Liberal Arts and Sciences EHgiHGC1'iHg COmmC1'CC
JOSEPH A, JERAS DONALD JIRAK BARBARA JOHNSON
Business COI11m6rCe Education
FRANK KAFKA VIRGINIA KAFKA WILLIAM KANIA
Business General Forestry
Liberal Arts and Sciences
Q: EDWARD KASPER
TED KAYE GERALDINE
'll l A H
Liberal Arts and Sciences
RONALD KOUTSKY RAYMOND A. KOZAK, IR. ONA KREIVENAS
Liberal Arts and Sciences
WILLIAM C. KUBAN
IAMES H. LAGA DARYL LIETZ
Liberal Arts and Sciences General
LANA LISKA DIANE C. LUKASZEK MARTIN JOHN LUKES
Liberal Arts and Sciences Dental Assisting Engineering
ARLENE A. MACEK
SUSAN MARINO DONALD JOE MARRONE HOWARD MATTHEWS
Education Business Liberal Arts and Sciences
AHMAD MESBAH RICHARD MIKULECKY RICHARD MIKOLAINIS
Business General Pharmacy
THOMAS R. MILLER
JEANETTE MORANO ELAINE MOROSKY EUGENE MORRISSEY
BUSiI1GSS Liberal Arts and Sciences Chemistry
JOHN A. MUISENGA
WILLIAM NAUS BENJAMIN NEMEC JOSEPH NEMECEK
Chemistry Pre-Medical COIUIUGYCG
KEITH N ERGAARD
MATTHEW A. NEVRKLA
ROBERT NORRIS IUDITH ALINE NOVAK ROBERT NOVAK
MICHAEL J. O'CONNOR
ELLEN OEHME ROBERT OURADA
TERRY PAWLOWSKI '
WILLIAM PE LCH
LADDIE A. PESEK GEORGE PHILLIPS PHILLIP PICK
Commerce Commerce General
LORRAINE M. POLIVKA DENNIS PUFPAF ADELINE REDA
Education Commerce Liberal Arts and Sciences
Liberal Arts and Sciences
ELLEN MARIE RISSKY
Liberal Arts and Sciences
'SJ' DANIEL ROGERS
JERRY ROGOWSIGI WAYNE ROGOSKI PATRICIA ROSE
RICHARD R. RUS ROBERT RYBICA CHESTER RYNDAK
Ch61T1iSfl'Y Pre-Dental Liberal Arts and Sciences
HENRY SCHLUETER ROY I. SCHNEIDER KENNETH SCHUETZ
Engineering Commerce Engineering
CARL SIEBERT JOANN E SITAR
SANDRA SMITH FRED SOBOL RICHARD SPEVAK
Education Education 'General
CERI STAVA JOHN STRELECKY SANDRA JEAN TRINER
Liberal Arts and Sciences Pre-Dental Liberal Arts and Sciences
BONNIE LYNNE UHLIR
GLEN VAN DERXVERKER LOUIS V. VIECELI ROBERT VOSTAL
Architecture Engineering Education
ROBERT WARD RICHARD C. RICHARD
Enginecrhm WASSENAR WIEDENHOEFT
WITZE MAN N
GEORGE R. WOLF JAMES I. WYCPALEK FRANK YURKA
A Engineering Engineering Engineering
EDWARD M. ZAJDA
Liberal Arts and Sciences
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PATRICIA ZAZVORKA RICHARD ZESCHKE ELAINE TZIMMER
Engineering Aide Education General
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TERRY D. ZMRHAL vi' ' SHARON ZOGAS
- General Q vgff. ' Education
Q A in ..
This year Rader's Raiders was composed of thirteen men, four of
whom were returnees. Intense practice began on March 20 while
outdoor practice started on March 27. These practices included the
improvement of techniques to gain excellent coordination and accurate
serves and returns. A successful season was anticipated by the team's
coach, Mr. William D. Rader, the team,s manager, Robert Bytner, and
the squad of thirteen, hard-hitting members, who were: Bob Ourada,
Larry Workman, Lee Martinson, Jim Hosek, Dave Canonico, Jerome
Libera, Irv MacDougall, Rich Mikulecky, Terry Zmrhal, Ken Mis-
kawitz, and Don Childs.
Taking a brief rest during practice are, kneeling, left to -right: Rich Mikulecky, Don Childs,
Terry Zmrhal, and Ken Miskawitz. Standing, left to right arc: Lee Martinson, jim Hosek
Mr. NV. D. Rader, Irv MacDougall, and Jerome Libera. Not pictured are Bob Ourada,
Larry Workman, Dave Canonico, and manager, Bob Bytnar.
ecreational activity and opportunity for self-improvement is p1'O-
ed for the young men of Morton junior College hy the track team.
's team promotes competitive spirit and good relationships between
e various colleges of the area. Although last year's team was reduced
sophomore graduation, equally talented freshmen have replaced the
duating members. The yearly events are climaxed hy the Invita-
nal, an indoor track meet, and the outdoor Iunior College Con-
he running activities of the team include high hurdles, Sprints, the
-yard dash, the mile run, the mile relay, and the 880-yard relay.
the field, they participate in pole-vaulting, high-jumping, broad
nping, and shot putting.
The incnnhers of the track team were, ,s'tam1in,2, left to right: Toni Szot, Dennis Pufpaf,
Dennis Caggini, Bill Nuns, jim Pribyl, Rich Spevak, Ken Brill, Earl I-Iodek, John Potokar,
Eugene Morrissey, and Bob Nicminski. Sitting, left to right, are: Chuck Firnsin, Dennis
Sanders, Paul Traintina, Ccorgc NVolf, jim Manusos, Kermit Radke, George Kotty,
WILLIAM J. ADAMS, JR.
Intramural Baseballg Panthers Roarg Pioneer
THOMAS I. BARTELT
CAROL ANN BEJNA
Cl1eerleadg2gi,Orcl1esisg Freshmen Cabinet, Secretaryg Swim
u , Panthers Roar, Homecoming Court
Panthers Roarg Sophomore Cabinet
Orchesisg President's Aidesg Intramural Volleyball
CAROL ARLEEN BERAN
Cheerleadingg Panthers Roarg Theater Guild
KENNETH IAMES BRILL
Trackg Engineering Association
ANTHONY D. CAM PO
Freshman Cabinet, Treasurer, Presidentg Sophomore Cabinet,
resi ent, Engineering Association, President
Choir, President's Aide
DONALD B. CHILDS
I.V.C.F.g Basketballg Debateg Tennis
RAYMOND I. COSENTINO
THERESA ANN CWIOK
YVILLIAM EDWARD DAWSON
Presidenffs Aideg Swim Clubg Emblemg Orchesis
ARLENE NENA DOTHUM
Orchesisg Choirg Panther's Roar
GEORGE FRANCIS DVORAK
FREDERICK D. FAIRCHILD
Music Workshopg Press Guild
Collegiang Intramuralg Press Guild
Intramural Basketball, Baseball, Volleyballg M
Engineering Associationg Pioneer
CAROL ANN FIORITO
Panthers Roarg Collegiang Women's Club, Vice-President
DENNIS M. FLAHERTY
Convocation Committeeg Basketballg Footballg Theater Guild
LOLITA MARIE FORMANEK
Panthers Roarg Swim Club, President
FRANCIS X. GALLAGHER
Engineering Association, Track
WAAg Pioneerg Intramural Volleyball
Women's Club, Treasurer
MARY ANNE HAACK
Theater Guildg Panthers Roarg Collegiang Party
DIANE JEAN HAVEL
ALAN CHARLES HAVLICEK
Theater Guildg Baseball
ROBERT JOHN I-IAVLICEK
RONALD E. HEBEDA
Intramural Bascballg Panthers Roar
Swim Glubg Panthers Roarg Debate
ROBERT A. HORNA
Vets' Clubg Theater Guild
Prcsident's Aicleg X'Vomen's Club, Prcsidentg Engineering
Assoeiationg Student Conncilg Freshman Cabinet, Vice-
Orehesisg Panthers Roar
CHARLES FRANK JANOVSKY
Collegian, Editor: Press Guildg Bowling Intramurals
JOSEPH A. JERAS
Convocation Connnittceg Panthers Roarg Emblem
Choir: Panthers Roarg Swim Clubg NVAA
Ennblemg Panthers Roar
Men's Club, Presiclentg Freshman Cabinetg President's Aides
Intramuralg Panthers Roar
Tcnnisg Engineering Associationg Panthers Roar
Footballg Baseballg Intramurals
RAYMOND A. KOZAK, JR.
YVILLIAM C. KUBAN
JAMES H. LAGA
Intramural Volleyballg Panthers Roarg WVomen's Club, Presi-
dentq Student Council, Secretaryg Theater Guild
Womcn's Club, Seeretaryg VVAA, Presidentg Pioneer, Editorg
Intramural Volleyballg Press Guild
Pioncerg Collegiang Intramural Volleyball
DIANE C. LUKASZEK
Music VVOIICSIIOPQ Theater Guild
MARTIN JOHN LUKES
Cheerleadingg Theater Guilclg Panthers Roarg President's
Intrainural Basketballg Engineering Association
ARLENE A. MACEK
Panthers Roarg Collegiang Press Guild
DONALD JOE MARRONE
Baseballg Intramural Basketballg Panthers Roarg Theater
Tennisg Collegiang Press Guildg I.V.C.F., President
THOMAS R. IVIILLER
KENNETH E. MISVKAWITZ
Tennisg Engineering Associationg I.V.C.F.
LADDIE A. PESEK
Collegiang Theater Guild
LORRAINE M. POLIVKA
Orchesisg Convocation Committeeg Panthers oarg . .
V0 eybl ADELINE REDA
ELAINE MOROSKY Panthers Roarg Chcerleadingg Th-eater Guildg Music. Work
Panthers Roarg Debate Clubg Phi Beta Lambda SIIOPS HOITICCOHIIHI-I COLIN
' ion Committee
EUGENE R. MORRISSEY
JOHN A. MUISENGA
FRANK M UN OZ
MATHEWV A. NEVRKLA
JUDITH ALINE NOVAK
, Treasurerg Collegiaug Panthers
MICHAEL J. O'CONNOR
Bowling, Track, Tennis
Bowling League, President
Thcatcr Guildg Panthers Roarg Convocat
thers Roarg Orchesis, President
ELLEN MARIE RISSKY
I.V.C.F.g Music Workshop
Student Councilg Speech Arts
Choirg Homecoming Co
WAAg Orchesisg Band
RICHARD R. RUS
A ctivifi es
Swim Club, Orchesis, Seeretaryg Panthers Roarg Theater
ROY J. SCHNEIDER
Engineering Associationg Panthers Roar
ARTHUR JAMES SEJNOST
" - Press Guilclg Intramural
tor' Panthers Roar,
Collegian, Edi ,
Orchesis, Panthers Roar
Collegiang Press Guild
Womerfs Club, Secretary
Choirg l'ioneurg Emblemg Press Guild
CII RlS'l'lN E
Clit-ex'leaclim.Lg Panthers Roarg Presit
SANDRA JEAN 'PRINER
1 Swim Clubg Freslnnan Cabinet, Treasl I
Cabinet, Vice-Presidentg Convocation Commlttee
KENNETH F. UFFERMAN
BONNIE LYNNE UHLIR
EN VAN DFRNVERKER
Cl. ' .
Cheerleading, Panthers Roar
LOUIS V. VIECELI
President's Aide, Secretaryg Student Council, President
Presidenfs Aidesg Student Councilg Convocation Committeeg
RICHARD C. VVASSENAAR
Vet's Clubg Debate
Trackg Menis Club, Treasurerg Intramu
Guildg Panthers Roar
Footballg ralg Theater
VILLIAM W WITZEMANN
GEORGE R. WOLF
Track, Intramuralg Engineering Association, Men's Club,
JAMES J. WYCPALEK
EDYVARD M. ZAIDA
Music XVorkshop5 Panthers Roar
Panthers Roarg Choirg Intramural Volleyballg Homecoming
Sophomore Cabinet, Secretaryg President's Aideg Panthers
RICHARD ZESCHKE .
President's Aide, President, Tennis
TERRY D. ZMRHAL
Tennis, Panthers Roar, President
Theater Guildg Orchesis
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There must be a message.
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mei Elvis II,
I'd like a Betsy Wetsy doll and . . .
Better prices at "Tops
Some people iust d0ll,t appreciate ll good joke.
stepping on my toes
I won't take no for an answer.
"Sweet Thingv in the third race?
Me and My Shadow.
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'Did you hear what the circle said to the triangle?
. . and then there was John.
"Hey! XVherc,s everyone going?"
"Haven't you lmnrd-I-Iillmuns' hav-
ing a saIe!', Now just lean forward a bit
Mother!! He followed me home again.
. . now at Canaverel
Calling Vic Tannyl
Music soothes the savage beast.
XVith a deep feeling of appreciation, I now commend and praise the staff members of this
1961 PIONEER for their untiring efforts and fine work. To Mr. Ralph Park I give my thanks f01
being a helpful and understanding advisor.
I also wish to acknowledge the following people who helped the PIONEER staff produce the
book you have just Hnished reading.
Miss Ioan Macicjewski
Mr. Dennis Sanders ,...
Gibson Studios ,,.,
Mr. William T. O'Connor , . .
Mr. Anthony Comunale
Mr. Clarence DeVries . , .
Cicero Photo Service Shop ,
CPhotographer of the Board of Educatioraj
HUNTER PUBLISHING CO.
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Org anigaiional flnciex
Band ........ .... 4 5
Cheerleaders .....,... . . , 37
Collegian ..,.......... . . . 47
Convocation Committee . . . . . 32
Emblem ..,........... .... 4 9
Engineering Association . . , . 65
Forensic Team .,...... ....., 6 5
I.V.C.F. .,....... . , ....... . 48
Men's Club ........ .... 3 1 or 67
Music Workshop .... ........ 4 5
Orchesis ......... ...... 5 0
Panthers' Roar . . . .... . . 54
Party Line ...... ,....... 4 8
Pioneer ....,....... .......... 4 6
Student Council ..., 19 :Sc 64
Swim Club .,... ........ 5 2
Theatre Guild .... ........ 3 3
Vet's Club .,.,.... .......... 4 9
Women's Club ..,... .. 30 St 66
Board of Education . . ..... . 8
Dean of the College .. ,. 8
Faculty .... ,..,...... . . 10
President ..,......... . . . 7
Basketball .... , ..,. 57
Bowling League . .... 53
Football ......, .... 3 4
Homecoming . , , . . . . 36
Tennis ....... ,...,, 9 4
Track .,.... ..,..... 9 5
Freshmen ....,. . . . 20 61 64
Sophomores ...,...... ........ 7 2
Delta Psi Omega ........ .... 7 l
Permanent Honor Roll ,... .... 7 0
Phi Theta Kappa ...... .... 7 0
President's Aides ..... ..., 7 1
Press Guild ...... .... 7 1
Evening School .,..,.. ...... 2 9
Sophomore Directory . . .,...... 96
Candids . ,...,.,.....,.. .. 60 6: 100
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