Mumford High School - Capri Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1955

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VV7 ,7 7, , 77 77 7 7 ,7,V7,V,,QV7VV gf sy ,.,,7.f7, .,. ,. 7 ., V 7 , 7, 7 77 77 7 7777.77 7 77777, ,f V ,, "" VV , V ,, X I W A A V V g'V.V:,f,V ii41efVLV7:PV- V ,VVVVVVV f f ,V V ,V Viz V2 MUMFORD HIGH SCHGCL Detroit's young high school, Mumford, opened in 'I949 with a student body of 428 and a faculty number- ing twelve. At this time, the school consisted only of the present South wing. In the last six years, Mumford has grown to take its place, both scholastically and structurally, among the top schools in this city. Although we lack the distinction of being Mumford's first graduating class, we the graduates of the year 1955 feel very proud to be the first graduates from the newly-com- pleted school. if ,M 2? M ,ai J f 1 ,yw,," lffwf B651 'Efi':Tffw1 ff , f aw 'ff vw-ffzfffz ,Q L,,,,, ,mg 6, X27 1 ,,, , VW , ' ' M 4 5, ff , 'Q ,ffm -fa ?4Q,,mf4ff,,f, -4 ,,, -4 H f f .. M ,, , , , in fm wwf! jwfff- 9f2I4fg,y,1c fgwfs 111, ,V '11-, WJ ,J 'f f V, ff: ,Q7 f :ii Q4 fu- ' Us fa ' f fi, gw f"' .gffvw h J P f . 'Q KKI, f ff' ,. ww , fd gr' ' . fig 'fflgfff f,,- Q, 92 F , f1Qf,f"zf iQfQ?5'ijw?11Zi2Qff2, W Q , .,,,,,,wfU,W7 2 L X ,Zu , E' 5 V . -4 4 1....i Lu: , A r,,,,4,, ,A LN..a.4 Lg fyf 5 GRADUATES 'frm it Q ,Q ' 'll ' - 5, if 'ici it i gg? F,,. ' l 3 E i., 'Y is Lua' 3,91 mlm I i bp! -fn: I ..f --.W ,.,-. , l I iff!!! o 1 ' 90.50 'I 1 C' 0,1 I I ll '1-ll ,A- Here at Mumford we enioyed many activi- ties in connection with our graduation. Numbered among these were proms, elec- tion campaigns and rallies, college night, a senior luncheon, and class day, Senior study, too, afforded us interesting and lively entertainment. ,I , , Q 1 I - : 4 cb . l A .v , Nw i 43, 5 - ,Q y .L 5 .4 ,Hi-w 'Q 5 N 5- if 'N F52 xl. lm ' UQ .I Q ,,., A' . I -MN Q x9 MARGARET WARD, Treasurer , If I I , ,- I A -Q' -I ,. X f I. I I .W 'L' F If ,fre f'L'i:'1 ,I I I I II I I r--T , ere- I- I eww JVX I K RICHARD TRIPP, President , f I , . MARY RATTNER, Vice-President Twelve I I I I I ,f-N '-1, if-. I I I I I I I I f ' ' PATRICIA COATS, Secretary JANUARY STEERING coMMn'rEE Consisting of the class officers, committee chairmen, and Senior Sponsor Mr. John McDaid, the members of the Steering Committee guided their fellow classmates through the graduation year. Supervising the class elections and planning activities were the functions of the group. Some of the committees included: Prom, Cap and Gown, Publicity, Programming, Gift, Honor Assembly, Graduation, and Alumni. ' Eligibility for the activity was based on a counselor's recommenda- tion and an interest in school affairs. Row one: P. Coats, L. Anderson, M. Cairo. Row two: R. Bolton, R. Tripp, G. Ohman. Not pictured: A. Epstein, C. Purdon, M. Silverman, T. Bladen, M. Rattner, J. Cowan, S. Sandweiss, M. Ward. Thirteen Q wf 'K MARVIN ALPERT I J' GEORGE ANDERSON LOIS ANDERSON Y"-Wo' MICHAEL ANSPACH FELTON APPLEWHITE I , I Jfw- , .. HARRY ATWOOD J-44 fl' .. w,,L,:e,f, f I 1 is KENNETH BEATTY C35 ff' :VX MICHAEL ASPELL 'N ff 'Mx g I . , 1 MARGOT BINKOW Gu-JF' -lr-'Ania' TERRY BLADEN IVAN BOESKY ROBERT BOLTON JANUARY I955 Fourteen X 1 ff , ,, f , Q f, JOHN BOTTGER -Pun 1'5- BARBARA CHESTER , 4' ' W5 2 g 4 I f M f, T ,I , 5A J! JAMES COWAN BARBARA DUBRINSKY 19" Lyn SX MARLENE CAIRO JOAN NE CLAYTON 1 LYNN CRAWFORD I ,, , , ,ff DENNIS ECKERT PS. fi ALAN EPSTEIN ARLENE FARBER V 'Il ,WI f I -I,I','1,xI' '-I CAROL CHAMBERLIN LESLIE CHEROW II PATRICIA COATS SANFORD col-IL A "" ' if I 1 I W 1 6 4- f if f f I 1 I 1 7 X X f X 2 ff f X N, K2 , , , -Q-'.'.:23.:f , - ?jZ'W1fyf117 'f,' F IRI JOSEPH DOBRUSIN HELEN DOUGLAS A , gffi., EL A . , 1i53'Vf2f5f. fy 2-A f 'vi' 'S ' Mig , A , iifi, -' if-- Y R1 PHYLLIS ELKIN WILLIAM ENGELMAN H1 DONALD FERGUSON FREDERICK FOLTZ JANUARY JU DITH FREEMAN K, Z SUZANNE FRI EDMAN ALVIN FROM MER BARBARA GANTZ PATRICIA GAUSS DAVID GELFAND ADELINE GIACOBONE BILL GROSS GERALD GROSSMAN Fifteen Qi DAVID GUMENICK MARILYN HAHN GERALD HALPRIN ROBERT HARTWIG PHYLLIS HELMAN Il 4 if ? 39' mx A ROBERT HONIGMAN SHARON HECHT BETTY HERMAN 6? i .gf AOElERR u,X5k,w- 1 - . JAMES HORTON EMA , 1: BETTY HELISTE if ALICE HILL 9 ' , ,- ' I I 57 ff-'I AUDREY HUGHES 1 Al HENRY HURST MARY IRWIN NORMAN JACOBS fs: fr , AJ, If DONALD KAPLAN ELAINE KARUMAN Sixteen JANUARY I955 MARILYN KASH ELEANOR KROUSE MAX LINOVITZ N , if 7" f I fig Q. f- -iff , , 'C ?'f- pf- 24 fr A , . 0, 0 ,f ,Q 'f I ADRIANNE MARCUS CHARLOTTE MOORE TERRY KEYWELL , ,Ji I, .Q 53,153 K, , ' ' Q., A91 I BARBARA KRAVCHEL JOAN LOCKER 'IE JEAN MAXWELL G MARILYN MOSS l X KENNETH KNIGHT ALAN KORETZ 2 :Il JAMES LEWIS MARILYNN LINDE ,, ,, -,,,- JKBIENNETH LONDON JAMES LYONS , 35371, ,, I NMSERALD MCVITTIE fgv!"'N JANUARY I955 .AA N J1- GERALD NATHANSON GERALD OTZMAN THURMAN PAGE STUART PLAVNICK ROBERT PRIME VIOLET PRPICH CAROL PURDON 4,1 -:wg ,f f I I ! ,If LORRAINE PUZDRAKIEWICZ JEROME RADICK EDWARD MIDDLEMAN DONNA RATAJSKI MARY RAUNER ROBERT REDDAWAY MQW ygiqfg I -J 1 9? AARR f ew A . I, P7 A 1 I,I, 1, 'A A Af I ' I, If K K I X , ' DAIA IAD I TRIII 04 ROBERT NADER HARRIET NAIDUS ELIZABETH REID MARLENE RISIN Seventeen fn 7, 324 l RONALD ROBINER JOAN ROGERS I I F CAROL ROPER MARCIA ROSENBERG ff 3 I MICHAEL ROSETT JACQUELINE ROTH V, JANET ROONEY L Sxqea Ne 1, -Iggy 'ii' w C R Y za? X , xx I ROBERTA ROSENBERG ,ar fv 1 f N I I I MARLYNN ROVIN ,X me YA , In ,. . AOLLLLL I I I ElA I X I DONALD Ruslcm DONALD SALLE SAMUEL SANDWEISS I I-CJR? m A. DI g 'I"'X f 'wo , I I t-rf If ,Y ., wg.. 3. I w 5 -I i ,S --I S L 1, I, 'jx ., A GERALD SCHIFF G JANUARY I955 , I '-,2 ' I ? f f f f ,f , , f Z4 1 f 1 ARLINE SIPHER I 4 Wg 4' 4' f X f 4 ,Q 4 Z ff f " f gf Z?'?Z'i' ,,,, A WILLIAM SNYDER L D I DDLD Q I, I 'I , FLORENCE TOBIN JOHN SAVELA HOWARD SAXER Eighfeen 5 I, II ' ,xg X xx I, -. RL . .L ELAINE Nur Wa... BERNARD PATRICIA SMALL JERRY STABNICK I ,,,,, I gfi, ,, DONALD TONKIN v1ARSHALL SCHUSTER I MIRIAM SHUR II ARNOLD SMITH 5 FRANCES SZALAY I RICHARD TRIPP FRED SHAPIRO MIRIAM SILVERMAN 5 3, QV fyf ' - J., . ,- 'I " QW ' .f f , 1 f , vw f , , PATRICIA SMITH JUDITH THOMAS .DEMETRIUS TSIPOU RAS I f nk' , fi , ,, lj of an iff' I' fi KENN ETH WALTON A, :Z 7:-1.1 ,V , , f nm. I f 15 X - 7 X Q f ff av X 'Tiff f ' MW , , W, f X W Y 0 X 111 f rf 9 , MICHAEL WEINGARDEN JANUARY I955 MARGARET WARD I ,I . 1 fflffff' ,",' . IL.I, - , ','-" ,,,,, GILBERT WEISMAN - :'I.y'--xg, 'DN Q " will , T 359 13' ABRAHAM WEIN BURTON WEINTRAUB GW? 'fb 4 I Q 3 ,Z 'Q-me f l' , 4, , sf N X G1 T, ff L2':f!m121,f,f ANTOINETTE WILLIAMSON CORNELIA WILLIAMSON JOHN WILSON WARREN WILT SUE WOLFGANG ROBERT ZELDEN VETERANS: CHARLES MYERS RICHARD SPARLING Nineteen RICHARD STAHLER + J U N E FH 1 V 4 K l l w 1 I V i 1 1 r 1 i 5 e v vi , 1 Twenty 1' MERWIN GOLDSMITH, Treasurer 4 'X' r f?'S JAY KEYSTONE, President CAROL POLINSKY, Vice-president x 5 X l x r 1 1 I ,f,u 1 Awe F 1 r T r A A fax E A . ' R kk, Q MARGARET TRACY, Secretary r 1 N w JUNE STEERING COMMITTEE Working with senior sponsors, Miss Margaret Doherty and Mr. John McDaid, the June Steering Committee began tentative plans for the senior class in December of 1954. Supervising the class election and organizing its many activities were among its functions. A counselor's recommendation and an interest in school activities were qualifications for membership in this group. Row one: J. Johnson, L. Lee, J. Schneider, S. Spanier, J. Newlander, J, McNabo. Row two: J. Franklin, B. Parlrer, R. Aisen, M. Birnlcrant, J. Forbes, R. Netzer, S. Shapiro Twenty-one JO LYNNE ABRAHAMS ROBERT ABRAMOVITZ BYRON ANTMAN BEVERLY BROWN LINDA AXELROD ROCHELLE AISEN JO ANNE AYRES I9S5 I I I ' ,U 6 ,..' YIM E E I 9 J' ,jf PHYLLIS BARR ROCHELLE BARR gr-N JANE BAUM JOHN BAXTER DONNA BAKER JEANETTE BALLENGER RICHARD BEHM ALAN BELKIN Bmw K, 1 MARVIN BANKS HARVEY BARKLEY JOHN BARKLEY CHARLES BENNETT ARTHUR BERLIN Twenty-Iwo TERRY BERNSTEIN 7 JANE BERRY ' I 'I'-'DIR 'IWW' I IEIQ' JOYCE BASKIN LILLIAN BATTAGLIA NORTON BICOLL EUGENE BIEGELMAN SALLY BING JOAN BECKMAN ROBERT BECKWITH ROBERT BINKOW ANN BINION MEL BIRNKRANT ALLEN BELL MARLENE BENACH HARRIETT BLOCH BRENDA BLOOMBERG HAROLD BLUMENSTEIN TTT,4TT 25 X 4 ? I j ELINOR BERLIN SANFORD BERLIN LLOYD BOURDAS ROY BOWDY MARILYN BRENNER MARILYN BEZ THOMAS BICKEL - Twenty-th ree 'I BURTON BRENT ROBERT BROWN ALLENE BUCKLEY . 7 ' ,,.... M H Y 1 T R L T5 ' A 'vi L L T . f f.TT ' T A ef I NT RTT A L. L ' ., ROSALIE BRODSKY GEORGE BROWN FERN CARNICK RICHARD CARSON 1 STEPHEN BROWN SHETLA BU RK NORMAN BUCK JUNE ALICE BURSTON 1955 ,J ,VXVVI if V kf.V X ET,B,!Tl l ,,', BARBARA CHACE SANDRA CHERNICK DORENE CINOFSKY SHARON CLANCEY CHARLES BUTTERWORTH ALLAN CALCHARY BETTY CAPLAN CAROL CLAYTON CAROL CLINK Twenty-four JUDITH COHEN MARSHALL COHEN v ,ff '- E. -1 Tw 1 NORINE CASAGRANDE DAVID CASTEEL 'I NICHOLAS CHRISTOPHER JOYCE CHUDLER 5 DANIEL CLARK PATRICIA CLARK BERTRAM COHEN JEROME COHEN I .. - LI Q A X LLI I . PERRY COHEN RUTH COHEN SANDRA COHEN MERVIN COHN MARY COLE EDYTHE COOPER GAIL COOPER JEROME COOPER Twenty-five BARBARA COSSIN LARRY COTSONIKA NANCY CRAZE , ,gf-Z 'Ie , ..I.JV ,Y I I IIL' EDWINA CROLL ROLAND CROSBY DONALD GARDNER RICHARD CURRY PATRICIA CURTIS DONALD CUTLER JOEL DREYER Z5-S' Jesse DAVIS DIRAN DEMIRJIAN JOAN DICKERSON JAMES DIXON JAMES DOLLAR 4 Kij- U -X ' I RONALD DU NBAR CAROL DAVISON JULIANA DeBLOCK MILTON EINSTANDIC-J IRIS ERLICH FRANK DENISON BARBARA DESMON LINDA FALK CLAUDETTE FARRAN Twenty-six HARRIET FELDHEIM I 'MARILYN FELDMAN DONNA FELDMAN DONALD FERGUSON I.,-.II W , A BEVERLY EDER LAWRENCE EDELHEIT DENA FISHMAN LAWRENCE FISHMAN FREDERIC FLETCHER RICHARD ERNST CLAIRE ETTLINGER GERALD FOGEL JANICE FORBES MARJORY FORDON SANDRA FAVOT ROBERT FEINBERG MELVIN FOSTER ROBERT FRANCHAK STEWART FRANK ELAINE FELDMAN JOYCE FELDMAN JOHN FRANKLIN GERALD FREEDMAN RIMA FREEMAN ANITA FINMI FMAN FR Twenty-seven 11 ' I ,E I 45 , f , f M ll f I F f, f ,,,. ,, f, Iffzy, X ff, Mff,f!,,,4WZ X Q f i ' 53,51 .fp ' DAVID FRENCH BARBARA FRIEDMAN RHODA GALE LORETTA G-ALLISON T. MARILYN GELB MARSHALL FRUMAN ELAYNE GAYMAN HELAINE GELLER SANDRA C-SELLER I W fi Xa., 3 qi x , X , ww PH YLLI S GERSTEN DONNA GOLDBERG GLORIA GOLDEN SANDRA GELLMAN LLOYD GELMAN ROLAND GERHARD MARY LOU GOLDSTEIN Twenty-eight V' 'Ty 4' , I , ,:,a ' ' y ' I j A I 1,0 .,, , 1--5, V , I I -I , f y I I I 5 RAYMO JAMES GIBBS SHEILAH GOLDBERG ARLENE GOLDFARB SHEILA GOLDSTEIN ,IRENE GORDON SHELDON GLASS BURTON GOLD RENDA GOTTFURCHT ff"7',, SHIRLEY GOLDBERG CAROL GOLDEN 5 4 g r CECILY GOLDMAN I MERWIN GOLDSMITH SHIRLEY GOLDSTEIN SHEILAH GORDON ROGER eorrnmen Twemy,ni,,e 71 GAYLE GRAFF HARRIET GRAY MARY GOULD RICHARD GOULD HORTENSE GRAND JUDITH GRANT JEROME GRAYSON JACOUELINE GREENE 'hun S EDWARD GOODMAN BERTHA GREENBERG HERB GREEN ROBERT GREENSTEIN 13' KENNETH GREER SHEILA GROSSMAN MYRON GUS CAROL HALL IRWIN GUTENBERG S-as BIRDELLE HARRIS .I .52 4. gd , Q Sq, I ,xf ' ' 2ff",Lj'wy,','1, X..- 45' ROBERT GURVIS KENNETH HEIMBERGER JEROME HERMAN JEANETTE HADDON LAWRENCE HOFFMAN LYNN HOLMES PHYLLIS HARRISON n LESLIE HUBERT OLLIE HUBERT ROBERT HART BARBARA HEAVENRICH AUDREY HECKER MURRAY JACKMAN CAROL JACOBSON Nr 7 4' .5 Ky , If 5: 5 s , ':',,, .V . I I ,,',,:5? f I 2, f ' A , N ' IJ 4 WW R'CHAf f5 5555? IFIISEN BARBARA HERTZBERG GAIL HIRSHFIELD V 1 DAVID JONES WILEY JORDAN -IANETTE JOYCE SHARON HORNUNG AVON HOROWITZ LYNNE KADY MARCIA KANTER GEORGE KARAKASHIAN CAROL HUGHES JEROME IDELSOHN ROBERT KARBEL TED KARLA MARTIN KARP STUART JAFFE RUBY JAMISON ERNEST KARR BARBARA KASS ARTHUR KATSER BETTY JOHNSON JOHN JOHNSON , Thirty-one Q EUGENE KATZ PHYLLIS KATZ GAYLORD KENNEDY RICHARD KENTALA 3, ROSANNE KI FFERSTEI N JILL KOBLIN NANCY KLEIN MARLENE KOHLER IQ W IQ, 59. mv, '. ' W, ., 1 fu: V I V 4 V, I 'El ' 3' I 2 I3 W ' VJ Ysja B ,J , Eff ffi ,fyf Z fa! wt f l ., G! SHEILAH KATZ JOEL KRIEGEL NORMAN KRISTENSE JAY KEYSTONE JOSEPH LANDAU PATRICIA LANDRY RICHARD KNOLL ALINE LAPPIN RUSS LARSON , V' ARNOLD KOLLIN BEVERLY LAST SALLIE LAWRENCE ,T V,,! if IIV' I ,g,, 1 ,V 1 --1 I RUTH LAZAROFF LINDA LEE Th i rty-Two -. , ," 5 ? I iw VICTOR KUFFLER LINDA LANGLEY ,fwfr K If ! , 'H ff 4' wjffgf 1 1' f :L If ' ROBERT LASK ARMAND KUNZ ARLYNE LEVINE MARILYN LEVINE NAT LEVINE HARVEY LAPIN PAULA LEVINE BERNARD LEWIS DAVID LEWIS E2 . wh I ' V fyy, ,,V, 1 W b X X! . 7. 1 x 'S D 'M ,f I., QV f-1,2 ..,.,,,,,m,., , , . w,.v,Qb.' , Yr ,. HARVEY LASSER RUTH LEWIS SUZANNE LEWIS JUDITH LIEBERMAN JORDAN LAWSON DAVID LAYNE MARILYN LIGNELL MARVIN LITTKY MARILYN LOFMAN '. 3 A ryk. 7 .1 'ff ' A YK, .,., I .", :RANCES LEVIN JOSEPH LEVIN Thi,,Y,,h,ee I II w I+ NITA Lowe MARION LOWENTHAL RALPH Luxs . ff fl' 2 W A K f S RICHARD LULKIN ARLENE LUPOVITCH MARIANNA MacD6UGALL ,, I I - III- Q R f a QI , DUNCAN MacFARLANE JAY MacNABO SHARLENE MAGID 'iff R Q JUDITH MAIER ROBERT MAJOR MARILYN MALDAVER Thirty-four Q g f Ii R R? R R R wx X 3 I X X K 6 6 J EFFREY MAN DEL LEE MARKS K I as W ' f pf f R Lf BEVERLY MATHIAS DEANNA MELTZER mek ,Q ,, L fR'RfL 7 I W . w i A -"4 ,P 1 I ' ,M 5 V 1' K n H: ' " 1 Jn I I I xx- ., 'Ar PHYLLIS MILLER In Ixwmy In SUZANNE MANSFIELD VICKIE MARSTON CAROLE McKISSACK PATRICIA MILLAR ROCHELLE MILLER CHARLES MARBLE ELAINE MARK JUNE MARTIN RAYMOND MARTIN RUTH McDONNELL RUTH MECKLER f 4' 4 I fm :ig . -,,, A I fzw l 2 Q, j 1, 'V-na i fr kj X ANNETTE MILLER LOIS MILLER ELINOR MILLMAN ANITA MIRVES I .sys Q .4 ' 'if 1, A , ,gg Q X Q 0 X Q Tv X f I JOYCE MOGEL CAROL MOORE IE I R if L FA . --EN FRED MORGANROTH PHYLLIS MOSS blzlv, ,V Ili 1 ',': I7 ,',' ,F I .IAIII Ii 'I', iw I. 'W ALISON MURRAY THOMAS MUSTONEN SHEILA MOORE MARTIN MOURADIAN 'LI' I K, "I" Qfvgz - RHODA NATHANS HAROLD NE'I1ER HERMAN NEUMAN Thirty-five JOYCE N EWLANDER LK. ALAN NICHAMIN THOMAS NICHOLLS ARTHUR NISENBAUM ANTHONY PAYSON LORRAINE PEARLMAN ,4". WILLIAM MONTGOMERY HAROLD OEMKE ALAN ORMAN PATRICIA PERRY BARBARA PERSH ' PM EQ Idsf' I I I . , I -ff If I "I I Es .. A7 'R 1- - P A I CLAIRE PADOVER JOAN PARK BRUCE PARKER DONALD PICKMAN NATALIE PLOVAN Q- ROBERT PARR DOROTHY PASCOE EDWARD PAUL PERCY POLLOCK SHIRLEY PORTER Thmynsix DOROTHY PRICE PAUL PRIMEAU BRUCE PERKERS MARVIN PERNIKOFF EDWARD RADNER HARRIET RADNER RUTH ANN RADWAY Ali ,f Qf ff ,lf f Q, . y, C4 f ff BARBARA PETERS SHERRY PETTYJOHN ELAINE RAICK ARLENE RAMSAY SHIRLEY REESE 5 'a CAROLE POLINSKY ANN POLLARD ROBERTA REEVESMAN DEANNA REIN NANCIE REISMAN MARVIN PORTNER DONNA PRICE ROY REITERMAN MIRIAM REITMAN , f,, -. , - 1-, f'f- T ' ' 'E-5' "lf .'Vf if,:Gf",3gi A 1, If , QL' Lg adsww-f'c MARTHA PRYOR if W: A ,X . 44 JQ W Thirty-seven LAVELLE REYNDERS I I .. 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':Ligl'1. ,' 4, VVXI CHARMAINE SESSION BARRY SHAPIRO SANDER SHAPIRO Thirty-nine .Q ,l ROBERT SHARE MARVA SHUNTEE ROBERT SHAW LOREN SMITH ROSETTA SMITH 2 RODNEY SHAW ROSALIE SHIFMAN PETER SIDLOW MARSHALL SILVERMAN STEWART SILVERMAN EILEEN SIMON SHELDON SOLOMON ANNE SOUTHARD .. i i I I Vf , HENRY SPIRO JOSEPH SPITZER X ,Maxi-,XX ARNOLD SLUTZKY LORRAINE SMALL JAMES SMITH ROBERT STEIN MARILYNN STEIN Fo rfy fa! DORIS STEPHENSON LOUIS STERN Z . , X .4 ,U X f 1 . . , f 4, f 4 X, ff X-R RS NORA SMOKLER JEROME SOLOMON SHANE SPANIER DONALD SPEYER au- 5 K' if ,. , ,E , N ILENE STOTZKY CAROL STROSS WARREN SUBLETTE .fi Y I f A ,gk R . , ,-1,33 . -z: ' 5 'kk' Y' MARTIN SUMMER BLUMA SUSSMAN NANCY TASKER PATRICIA STEELE GAIL STEFFIN 4DAVID STEINBORN SHARYN STEINMAN IARGARETE STIPSKI HOWARD' STONE ANTIGONE THEOPHELIS GEORGE THEOPHELIS JACQUELINE THOMAS Tffffi " I ' 'I :fix . yy g J R-fig:- 4 I " 'L f ,7 rf'f aG, ,3j:j,:3 - 1 ,wif f -ff' 1 -4242, THEODORE THORNTON SHERRY TOBIAS MARGARET TRACY LOUIS ANGERILLI STEVEN DE CATSYE GORDON ELLISON IN THE SERVICE ROBERT GOTKO JAMES KORSOG JACK HARRIS Forfy-one .. VVVV A f V,, f2'wf ," LM. 44-1.'4,'5 FAY TRAKALO ' .Ir .. W' .. 65? 5 if , WN' O Q :Er"Q, ' FREDERICK TRU LSON JUDITH TRESSLER JUDITH TRIVAX ANGELYNN VLISIDES RUDOLPH VULPE EARL TUSHMAN MILLIE TURNER SEYMOUR WEBERMAN JACK WEIN LINDA UNROT 'iv Fl ROGER VAN WYCKHOUSE MIRIAM VINOCUR DONNA VLADEFF f-A EVELYN VAN DEVAN DONALD VAN RADEN MANUEL WEINMAN VICKY WEISBERGER RONALD WEISMAN DONALD WEISS JUDITH WEMP GRETCHEN Forty-Two f L 5 . . A I 'I ' ,hkmtu ax , , V1 , 4 , mf M , :V Q' g, fi-.1 ,fran 4 IUNCAN WALLACE IRLENE WEINBERG IARCIA WEISMAN IARBARA WEISSMAN DITH WHEELING LAWRENCE WARREN JOEL WEINGARTEN HERBERT WEISENTHAL ROBERT WELDON ., J: , . ' 5 ,44 .' : K NVQ rf' ki 'I ,N , Q - i ' ' 'i?fLQ 3' TQ BARBARA WILNER JOAN WILLIAMS MARVIN WINER ANN WING MYRON WINKELMAN JOHN WINSHIP W J 5 1 0 E Q f If I ff RUDOLPH WOLTON SAN FORD WU NTN ER mv ? 4 1- If f I JERRY YUDKOFF Forty-Th ree CARO LE ZAC KS JOAN WITTBRODT MARILYNN YOUNG GEORGE ZWEIG President .......... .... M ichael Klynn Vice-President .... .... S haaron Dicken Secretary . . . ...... Janet Lamdin Treasurer . . . .Natalie Tassi SYLVIA BARON e ff' ROBERTA BERG ROBERT BRAUNSTEIN Hin JOYCE CONGRESS YY rdf, :V if ess. , , . R 'X A 1 RAYMOND DUDLEY 'Wy 15? ROSLYN BROSE ,qv-xr 50,149 'cd' . A QI I . , f SHAARON DICKEN he LOIS ELBINGER r,R' I ' - rerrf I I ,., u V.r,, X D V4 3 IA FRED BLICHARZ .1 ,, fi I , Q X PAU LA CHAEN KO ' 5. I ' In if X . GLORIA DOUGLAS W0- SANDRA ELBINGER AUGUST I954 Forty-fou r '36 I5- RHONA FIDLER CHARLES GAYER I MN-uf' " ' -.X V, If :ing My In ' . 5771 ,. kj . . IV ffl, I ? RICHARD HARTZ JACK HOSKING DAVID KERMAN MICHAEL KLYNN DONNA LOWE WILLIAM MACK ,L5,,:i,5-f A' SHELDQN Menzusu-I JACK MOSS STEWART GOTTLIEB DOROTHY HARGER ROBERT JABCZENSKI ROBERT KATCHKE I JANET LAMDIN PAUL LEASH 'I "T' ' 1 f ,g3,f:fff: I mfg' ff.,.7gW: f X af fg ff! ff- ' if ' 5 ff f Q f 1 7 ,KW ff,-f,7.Qzf,L . I fe . 5 q 2, V , , ,, of , ff , , V , ,,ff A 3, , , ci' f,,.' I' STEPHEN MANDELL EUGENE McCRICKARD 'VUL SHELBY MURPHEY FRANKLIN MIDDLEMAN f"Q NK DALE OSTROW SHAYNA PARZEN DONALD FURTHER JANE SAMPLINER BARBARA SCHULMAN NANCY SCHWARTZ AUGUST LOUIS SOVERINSKY ROBERT STEIN NATALIE TASSI M ,gi f I ff gf 'Q' 'X V , -, gg! 39 , I f f 4 ix X ' V? M fi! M , f lf ' , MARILYN TAYLOR ALAN THOMSON DOROTHY TIXEL 1 X xx I ,,TIff I If I f 2.5, ,MW 4 I ,I'V , 'T I V,Vr ,, 4 I Fo,,y,fi,,e CLIFTON Toon LAWRENCE WEBBER ALVIN ZIV A ,aiu i V , . K 4 -, fb: 5- J: L,-5 xi' f'fk"i Q - "bfi" Q 1 2 f: f,-,f -,- . ... , M 4 , Q., 1 .F 1,51 M , V, ., .M,.f,w . . H . . 5 ,. E i , , N 1 . ll. " gif., , , + . if 1 ,, , 5' . ,-,f'1iT"f"-rffff'.Lf.la? - ' ,gfng 11- 'fl . ,M ., , . ' :-1-.If-QA . 135535 fl" fff'1f3'Q'Hfljgliyfii-?.zf,. K f j 'Wngjf ink : fl: f , ' .xiii-,ff -- L-in ft!-'rm PQ iff! ,- 3 ' Q-if f 5-::':y:,1f':.fQf?-fx: A " . ml 'gg +6232 iq. ',,,:j"5Q,'gQ.v.f H, , J ff: fn., ,,,,.x,,.-. f V . 5. ' -'L,-.nb 'H'-. , 'iv' I ,Q ,Q -f- ,x-,,:. Q' ,'-' z - ,.- Q fm, ,, . , ' '-., T .L .Uklf -1"',jQL'TFjf91' . L' iqi , 'q J, tm, wk-V V "Arr g,,,LfQ LU - T.l:c1"? Ygfg' - if , 2 . -.LAW '-" n.e-. Q' ,.,. - r . '.1m'fJAg9, .-2:'.jj,f'yf'.-'Q' , ,g CRGANIZATIONS f ,W Q X Among many of the organiza- tional activities sponsored at Mum- ford during the year were skits by the French Club, sales campaigns for the yearbook, and entertain- ment of visitors from other schools. Orientation programs for freshmen, talent shows, Hi-Y mixers and art- ful puppet shows also provided an interesting part of the year's agenda. -.Xt -.... .4 f L 9 ff ,' bf,-0 ff f MW X 1' v Mf nfi 'vs ' .. f fl 5 ,f 5, V , ww- gl 1 ' , 715, ,ff g W V! I GUM ,,- , ,5 I y,gffA -1 X 'K ,K ff-' . , 4 ' , X ' , .H A , f ,. fn,7+ff,,gv3v. Z f , 4 gf ", 41 ' 2 Zi ff I' 4' f 35 ? Z' 41- :Q f f QQ , :J ff f- f ' H: - 6 , f yzf+222zf,1ip-msn'1 ,I f ' f , :ff5'x':'f fm-if f 2, , , 1 5 fi"?l':i f ' aw f V ge " 9 ws? ' Q' , if ' f 1 -V ,I www, V' 45' 7- ": wf4,51"'Q? , 2512-,f,L ,IF f "H:-, 2 f. ,Q as f 52. V .. A, ,,fv.1L.1x, ,, ff 3 ,ggi- A wir t..ei Zittfifitlii felis. 97 Among the many activities of the Drama Club is the presentation of the annual Mumford plays. Last tall's offering was f'Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw. Direc- tion was by Miss Dorothy Patterson, the group's drama coach. Other activities encouraged by these students include the promotion of dramatics on a higher level, one act plays, such as "Cleaned and Pressed", which was presented V for the Parenfs Club, and a variety show produced in co-operation with the music department. Membership is composed of students invited by their fellow dramatists to be auditioned and selected on the basis of interest and ability. Row de nt: B. Row Row Saltzman Row A. Kunz. one: M. Goldsmith, treasurer: L. Lee, corresponding secretary: L. Small, vice-president: J. Franklin, presi- Sussman, L. Stern, D. Patterson, sponsor: C. Siegan. two: L. Levi, C. Zacks, S. Tobias, L. Falk, N. Smolcler, R. Miller, J. Rodman, R. Lewis, C. Karp, S. Rubinstein. three: R. Karbel, M. Cohn, V. Marston, S. Coden, R. Nathans, R. Binkow, H. Rosenberg, M. Young, A. , S. Gellman, J. Baum. tour: W. Kurth, R. Hartwig, I. Harris, D. Schlafer, J. Keystone, K. Lynn, J. MacNabo, S. Clancey, l. Boeslly, 'lf F... CN. 315 Ofln, l. Block, E. Freedman. Row two: J. Rose, M. Ernstein, P. Barnett, S. Solomon, J. Fermet, J. Dann, P. Berman, S. Mendelson, M. Stein S. Castleman, D. Wisok, C. Lewis. S. Sofferin. Row three: R. Baumer, M. Eder, E. Portner, S. Levine, V. Deutsch, M. Levin, J. Carliner, E. Golditch, J. Kesol? L Silvers, S. Freeman, J. Wolfe. Row four: S. Bez, J. Cohen, A. Rodman, M. Robbins, S. Morris, J. Stallsmith, D. Usher, G. Brown, B. Krut, S Freedman, L Cohen. Not pictured: M. Stoller. JUNWWD Denwmnrawmme We V' D R67 UM 'J' ' UYm'M,Ll U if-Q bl J Xi U Aspiring young actors and actresses whose school schedules pre- vented them from participating in drama classes were able to take part in the Junior Drama Clinic. Sponsored by the Drama Club, the senior members aided in training and preparing interested students for drama classes. Fifty-one Row one: B. Book, B. Perlman, D. Schlafer, advisor: N. Smolrler, advisor: C. Zacks, advisor: S. Coden, advisor: 4 .QL 0, - M9 2 5 3 ,",-' s 5 Q K L ' - Q . c, 'Li :N i S I g Q l . gf Y ' 1' I C'-4 4 MZ ff' if fxf' 49 c Row one: B. Hagenios, L. Brozgold, S. Goldman, S. Lappan, J. Handleman, B. Steinberg, C. Coggan. Row two: N. Friedman, N. Craze, B. Bledsoe, R. Neuvirth, M. Stoller, T. Goldberg, M. Periniian, S. Poppert, J. Cogan. Row three: N. Dutify, sponsor, A. Schneider, L. Marg, B. Brown, P. Helman, B. Forbes, L. Gold- man, M. Morton, S. Lewis, M. Webster, sponsor. Not pictured: P. Mannheimer, A. Leib, J. Kahn, C. McKissack, P. Joelson, J. Palmer. LIBRARY CLUB Maintaining smooth and efficient management of Mum- tord's library was the work ofthe Library Club. Under the direction of Mrs. Marie Webster and Miss Nona Duffey, school librarians, members served at the desk, typed book lists, and managed general circulation of books. Staff members earn two and one-half hours ot credit in the library science course while performing an important ser- vice to the school. Included on the year's agenda was a survey of other local high school libraries and trips to the Detroit News, the Main Library, and the Detroit Historical Museum. F l ffy-twg QUILL AND SCROLL Membership in Quill and Scroll, an honorary society tor high school journalists, was secured by students who did outstanding work on Mumtord's yearbook and school news- paper. International in scope, the society encourages and rewards individual achievement in iournalism and its related fields. ln order to be selected, students must be seniors with a scholastic standing in the upper one third ot the class. In addition, they must obtain a recommendation from the sponsor tor having done superior work in the field of journalism. This recommendation is ultimately approved by the secretary of the society. Row one: M. Reitman, S. Geller, B. Margolis, M. Kent, C. Padover C Goldman P Seratian Row two: L. Schuman, A. Miller, V. Kutfler, J. Levin, M. Birnkrant B Parker S Frank B Bll'1kOW D. Cutler. Not pictured: L. Lee. , ei t Q s S . 21 112 Q" 5 ' ,N 1,3 . ' . 'V , ,, f f Wig Q.-ff-,, X A a ff-eff Q, 5 3 ff E X I 3 4-, T I 'V as n , -5 5 '2 5 12- 2 - 1 , 1, ,.,f f .ga - sr ,f ,f 7' Q 26 u-vi if Mamselles-Row one: S. Cherniclx, Y. Klessmer, secretary: H. Gray, president: R. Rosenberg, vice- presldent C Zacks, treasurer. Row two M. Holden, sponsor: E. Rosenberg, J. Allen, M. Young, E. Maris, L. Unrot, C. Ettlinger. Row three B. Eder, C. Landridge, J. Locker, P. Katz, M. Goldstein, E. Boberg. Under the guidance of Mrs. Nora Holm, commercial in- structor, the Future Retailers strive to promote interest in the field of distributive education among students by ac- tually working in retail stores. The club is sponsored by the Retail Merchants of Detroit. Among other activities, the members planned a wienie roast with the Redford and Mackenzie High School retail- ing clubs, participated in city wide retailing contests, at- tended a state convention in Lansing, and a dinner at the Statler Hotel in honor of their employers. The Mamselles, a retailing club for girls sponsored by Mrs. Margaret Holden, provides an opportunity for inter- ested girls to learn more about retailing through represen- tatives of local stores. Of the many proiects undertaken throughout the year, one of the mostpopular was their annual fashion show. Fifty-tour MAMSELLES IFUTIUUQQE l F V9 .,..N fig- 4X Fufure Refailers-Row one: N. Holm, sponsor: S. Rubinsiein, R. Reevesman, B. Weisman, S Goldsfein, H. Lasser. Row 'l'wo: B. Seigle, A. Binion, S. PeHyiohn, E. Gaymon, F. Tralcalo, B. Herman, C. Hall. Row fhreez M. Greenspon, J. Feldman, A. Bell, P. lmerman, G. Larson, S. Lawrencer, l. Gordon L FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Club endeavors to create student interest in teaching as a CCIFGSV. This year's agenda included movies on education, speakers from the United States State Department's ex- change teacher program, and a mother and daughter tea. Their project which proved to be most enjoyable was cadet teaching, in which members received actual classroom ex- perience by working with children in the various local elementary schools. 1 - Jkf' 5:11-fa Row one: F. Schultz, M. Shaw, M. Kelly, sponsor: ar. J. Copley, C. McKissack, president: J. Handleman, secretary- treasurer: D. Jackson, B. Pines, B. Barack. Row two: C. Ettlinger, V. Stein, S. Spanier, R. Morris, G. Cooper, L. Gallison, C. Jacobson, N. Kline, D. Baker, B. Rice, D. Baber, A. Vlisides, J. Sklar, S. Tobias. Row three: B. Bloomberg, J. Lewis, A. Burston, C. Moore, E. Linovitz, J. Schneider, N. Lowe, E. Millman, F. Schrage Fifty-six J. Katzman, S. Lewis, P. Harrison, S. Moore. Row tour: B. Peuzner, H. Rosenberg, B. Watson, B. Cossin P. Mannheimer, S. Hecht, R. Lask, A. Miller, J. Abrahams S. Latimer, B. Mathias, S. Grossman, E. Mark. Not pictured: J. Weiss, I. Stotsky, E. Cooper, H. Tild heem, D. Hammerstein, J. Mackey, E. Cohen, J. Cohen, S Cohen, O. Hubert, C. Moore, D. Goldberg, S. Golden, J Haddon, J. Williams, V. Weisberger, L. Farbman. 1'-s -Www i A.,,, k U! 1 Z! lil 40 if , W ll iii KK 1 6 V H ff 9: an 75 gy L i lil :ms Q uw Mwfwf fx Row one: C. Padover, T. Bicliel, vice-president: S. Cohl, president, J. Forbes, secretary-treasurer: B Greenberg. Row two: A. Robbins, N. Kligans, D. Geltand, S.Grossman, E. Berlin, M. Weisz, sponsor. Row three: G. Zweig, R. Lash, V. Kutfler, B. Parker, M. Partner, S. Brown. Not pictured: D. Tsipoures. CURRENT AFFAIRS CLUB To enlighten students on current political topics and to initiate enthusiasm concerning current problems is the purpose of the Current Affairs Club. Bearing their aim in mind, the club members, with their advisor Mr. Melvin Weisz, social studies instructor, sponsored a sym- posium to which most of the school was invited. The topics included: "Should Germany Be Rearmed?" and "Which Political Party Best Suits The Needs of the American People?" The members also made their annual trip to Lansing at which time they met the Governor and watched the legislature in action. Fifty-eight TRAVEL CLUB Students and teachers alike shared in the tun-packed meetings of the Travel Club, which is sponsored by Miss Roberta Dye, social studies instructor. Held on Wednesday nights, these meetings were open to all interested students. High points of the year included trips to Greenfield Village, Grosse Ile Naval Air Base, and the LaMeasure Laundry, At the latter chemical demonstrations proved to be interesting, fun to watch, and educational. Row one: J. Fisher, J. Handleman, J. Copley. secretary: J. Coats, president: B. Peters, treasurer: S Warshaw. Row two: P. Davis, B. Locluitski, S. Lewis, G. Gutentag, P. Myers, P. Schatten, P. Bennett. Row three: R. Light, P. Coats, I. Boeslry, C. Terry, L. Brotman, D. Beckman, R. Dye, sponsor. Fifty-nine FUTURE NURSES CLUB To better acquaint its members with the nursing profession and its associate fields is the aim of the Future Nurses Club. Sponsored by Miss DeMaris Wilson, home economics teacher, the club co-operates with the city-wide organization of Inter-Council of Future Nurses. The prospective nurses visited various hospitals while learning the modern nursing techniques. The girls have also entertained the younger patients in the children's wards by making Toys for them. Highlighting the meetings were movies and reports given by the members on dif- ferent phases of the nursing profession. Row one: B. Seigie, S. Lippit, vice-president: D. Wilson, sponsor: L. Poskel, secretary: S. Cohen, treas- urer: B. Heavenrich. Row two: J. Handleman, C. Coggan, E. Goodman, S. Blum, A. Lanlcin, S. Zide, J. Etenson, D. Riclclin. Not pictured: S. Warshaw, J. Sklar, P. Manheimer, president: H. Bishop. xxwwis ,........ .... ,.. f...-...Viv-4.-.ss-.1 -we X 9 I O as wg, ,g sa fe :vii an-g E51-Us KEY CLUB As an attiliate of the Kiwanis Club of Detroit, the Key Club works with the young men of America. lts purpose in performing services for the school is to develop initiative in the future leaders of our com- munity and to provide experience in livingitogether. Under the guidance of Mr. Selwyn Alvey, counselor, members receive practice in performing the kind of duties they will be called upon to assume as adults. Row one: C. Butterworth, trustee: C. Babbush, secretary: J. Wilson, ex-secretary: R. Behm, president: M Lewis, vice-president: N. Klegon, B. Golds. Row two: S. Wander, G. Karakashian, B. Chaben, W. Jackson, P. Jingozion, M. Summer, M. Samovitz, M Karp, G. Theophelis, B. Karbel, S. Alvey, sponsor. J H Row three: S. Franlr, R. Ross, T. Mustonen, M. Foster, T. Payson, J. Solomon, R. Wolfe, A. Sandorf, S a e. Row four: S. Bloom, P. Warheit, E. Roth, B. Brent, S. Glass, B. Shapiro, D. Lewis, C. Marble, K. Heim- berger. Not pictured: L. Blondy, N. Christopher, J. Dollar, H. Glazer, M. Goodman, J. Hall, J. Jacobson, D. Rottell, J. Stabniclr, D. Wilkins, S. Halpern, J. Horten, R. Loyle, G. Walter, N. Lippman, treasurer: J. Mason, T. Anderson, l. Cascade, R. Plavniclr, R. Dunbar. fi' fi Row one M Cohn, J. Drenman, F. Scherock, C. Jones, J. Thomas, J. Thomas, B. Eder, S. Friedman, M. Granoff. Row two D Perron, sponsor: L. Cronovich, S. Ruch, M. Goldstein, R. Nathans, M. Rosenthal, T. Bernstein, L. Poskel, M Young A Sulhman. Row three E Biegelman, M. Summer, S. Jatife, M. Samovih, M. Benach, M. Kent, B. Rich, M. Norris, G. Weiner. Row four A Miller, D. Lewis, S. Glass, I. Boesky, J. Solomon, A. Sandort, J. Abrahams, G. Theophelis. Supervised by Miss Dorothy Perron, social studies teacher, and Mr. Paul Kerber, vocational instructor, the Human Relations Club aims to promote better understanding and relationships among fellow men in the school and in the community. An annual project of this organization has been collecting canned goods and packaging them for needy families to enioy on Thanks- giving. Other activities include marking Brotherhood Week, conduct- ing a rumor clinic, and showing movies concerning racial problems. The club actively participated in the Junior Round Table, a discussion group which includes students from different high schools whose pur- pose is the bettering of human relations. Sixty-two Row one: C. Linden, J. Neshkes vice-president: L. Levi. Row two: P. Kerber, sponsor J. Koblin, S. Spanier. Row three: L. Falk, M. Eder, J ger, N. Smokler. Row four: B. Bloomberg, J. Baum D. Ralxlin. HUMA X Band, secreiary: M. Fosier, presidenh J. Waserman, Treasurer: C. Babbash, Samuels, P. Gers+en, S. Golden, S. Tobias, I. Ehrliclr, P. Levine, C. Zacks. ge, B. Cox, B. Mosfen, A. Theophelis, J. Handleman, J. Clwarner, C. EHlin- Moore, G. Flowers, M. Roche, C. Jacobson, J. Copley, S. LiH'lcy, P. Sarafian, Aiding in rhe collecrion of canned goods for flue needy are Gary Beclrerman and Ronald Plavnick. S ixty-th ree SCIENCE CLUB Sponsored by Mr. Samuel Ascher, chemistry teacher, the Science Club held many interesting meetings during the past year. Included in their program were field trips, movies of scientific interest, and unusual experiments. The club was opened to anyone interested in biology, chemistry, or physics. . Row one: J. Kanter, D. Teitelbaum, M. Simmer, president: J. Weserman, S. Buchalter. Row two: S. Kirsch, D. Bloom, S. Clancey, B. Parker, S. Jackson, F. Wassermann, D. Casteel, G. Weiner. Not pictured: N. Lowe, vice-president: L. Poskel, secretary: S. Ascher, sponsor. Sixty-four BIC-X CLUB is l YW .V 0 Row one: C. Fenwick. A. Carey. treasurer: L. Posliel, president: J. Waserman, secretary: P. Schatten Row two: M. Jaclrson, D. Freis, S. Fis, J. Nader, M. Middleton, sponsor. 4 J Row three: P. Quint, K. Gemolus, D. Bennett, J. Hamburg, P. Levenstein, A. Little. To aid students in better understanding the field of biology is the purpose of the Bio-X Club, whose sponsor is Miss Margaret Middleton, biology teacher. Meetings included clissections, movies, lectures, and microscopic analyses. A few of the many activities enjoyed by the members were a trip to Michigan State College, a two clay week-end at Hillsdale College for a Science Fair, and viewing the film "The Vanishing Prairie". Sixty-five I. M. S. S. C. Sponsored by Dr. James Irwin of the English department, the Intra-Metropolitan Student Sportsmanship Sub Council encourages good sportsmanship at Mumford. Schools par- ticipating in this city-wide organization have the privilege of raising the I.M.S.S.C. flag, which signifies the practice and promotion of good sportsmanship in all school activi- ties. Pep rallies held during the school year encouraged school spirit and taught students the new school songs and cheers. The council participated in an exchange of stu- dents with other high schools. Along with the student council, the l.M.S.S.C. co-sponsored the annual Football Dance honoring the football team. The I.M.S.S.C. has grown into one of Mumford's most active organizations. . lj 3 VM, 6 C wa, ll' ,Z Row one: B. Mosten, V. Stein, M. Schlussel, D. Cutler, vice Row three: A. Auslander, A. Saltzman, M. Shifman, G president: B. Shapiro, vice president: B. Binlcow, president: Fenton, M. Cohn, C. Goldman, N. Lustig, P. Quint, H. Band N. Levine, secretary: L. Levi, J. Koblin. M. Rosenthal, R. Shifman, M. Tannenbaum, G. Rosenberg. Row two: J. lrwin, sponsor: F. Carnilr, J. Handleman, D. Row four: S. Starman, G. Schiff, S. Koetzer, M. Samovitz Rein, M. Rose, J. Kuschinslti, J. Thomas, J. Thomas, G. B. Rich, J. Solomon, l. Boesky, R. Pollinger, A. Sandorf, J Flowers, L. Pearlman, B. Kass, M. Granoff. Abrahams, S. Jaffe, E. Biegelman. Sixty-six f WZ? ff i V , , X , mu, Am' WW. ' SY.: 'Wi' ff- ,yMf fiip 5 f ff - Q 64 X fm . 4, V, V , f ai M in 0,4 1 Q , W QW , X P f , ZX wif Q, 7 gf, , W., , 'f1fgff',mW4I?i f f f f, W My ,AV , f , fn' I f f, f , if JW f '1 4 ' Wm if f ,,,,f pf, pf 5,7 f, , f, Wyfh , Q ' ff, Kg! ff fvf A f, f fwyfr Q, ,, 4,9 , f , ,,, J , ,,,,4,:,ff:' 4. ,f wx wg, , 34,2 vig l,ifUWf ' Q f f Quai f 75,-ff X , I , ff ,,iAfjj7if f ,f 4 ',f f f 5 Q. Row one: D. Cork, B. Wolfe, J. ldelsohn, president: S. Bloom, secretary-treasurer: P. Bonnice. Row two: M. Hutchinson, sponsor: R. Weisman, D. Cutler, H. Lenter, S. Brown. RADIO CLUB Under the sponsorship of Mr. Maxwell Hutchinson, social studies instructor, members of the Radio Club communicated with other Ii- censed radio stations all over the world. ln addition to building and setting up their own radio receivers, the club also studied code, visited other radio stations, and worked experimentally with hi-fidelity. Sixty-eight .,7J .r..e,-1, , .- sq , 'xx V11 i ,Ig fi ij 1 i' on-de is.. :Qi 1 LL- As a year's proiect, the Art Club presented "Thirteen Clocks", a marionette show by James Thurber. Along with the club members, Mr. James Siddall, art instructor and club sponsor, prepared tor the show in the stage craft rooms under the stage. The club endeavors to instill a greater appreciation of art in its members and provide an organization in which those interested are able to discuss and create artistic items. 'Row one: G. Hewitt, V. Marston, vice-president: J. Green, president: A. Kunz, Treasurer: R. Schwartz Row two: C. Moore, E. Berlr, B. Kralcow, M. Ferguson, J. Siddall, sponsor. Row three: B. Peters, S. Schlater, L. Stern, M. Birnlcrant, R. Reddaway, S. Clancey. Not pictured: S. Golden, secretary: A. Southerd. HI- Under the advisorship ot Mr. Floyd Dain, social studies teacher, the Hi-Y Club spon- sored the spring and tall clothing drives and planned assemblies. The club members also sold programs at the football games, the proceeds ot which went to the uniform fund. To create, maintain, and extend through- out the home, school, and community high standards ot character ond conduct is the purpose ot this club. r 5 Y-Teens-Row one: G. Rice, M. Sundail, B. Cain, E. Friedman, P. Walker, M. Schneider, L. Heigbly. Row two: A. Anderson, A. Friedenthal, K. Benson, C. Bissinger, B. Hartwig, J. Atesian, M. Fer- guson, M. Tracey, A. Bartold, P. Winslow. Row three: L. Beckwith, S. Bowers, R. Grant, B. Romain, B. Mathias, B. Wing, K. Underwood. Row tour: B. Fields, E. Summers, R. Wood, B. Smith, J. Stallsmith, D. Zale, R. Wood, A. Dahl. ittv X5l"i" Q... Lf Q 'f 3 Hy: Hi-Y-Row one: G. Theophelis, J. Stabniclr, J. Dixon, R. Behm, president: R. Netzer, vice-president: J. Purdon, D. Rosen. Row two: R. Dunbar, D. French, R. Ross, C. Berthet, C. Butterworth, T. Page, D. Tsipouras, T. O'Neil, F. Dain, sponsor. Row three: B. Black, J. Barkley, W. Jordan, J. John- s 6, ,, ,Q . 44.14 ' r f J- 00 . v I. Qf Y-TEENS Selling candied apples and refreshments at the Mumford football games was just one of the activities enioyed by the Y-Teens. Meetings, under the sponsorship ot Mrs. Marie Snyder, English teacher, included guest speakers and social events, such as song tests and parties. The agenda tor this year included a hay- ride, a paiama party, and swimming at the Y. W. C. A. YTeens Row one B Book A. Blandino, treasurer: G. Wheeker, vice-president J Etrusy pres: dent W Wheelxer secretary B Brown, J. Forest. Row two G Hewitt E Harlcen, J. Norbaum, J. Greely, D. Fitter, J. Grant, E. Setino B Bowdle Row three A Melikian J Lusk, N. Hayes, N. Lister, M. Yeo, L. Kady, S. Hargraves S Checker Row 'four V Smirnow P Nilritas, E. Basinger, M. Orr, L. Smith, S. Heidt, B McKenzie L Row one: J. Otzman, treasurer: M. Silverman, secretary, M. Goldsmith, president: D. Schlafer, vice-president: E. Mathews, sponsor. Row two: C. Zacks, B. McKenzie, M. Rosenthal, S. Economy, M. Cohen, J. Levin. Row three: A. Kunz, J. Franklin, I. Harris, L. Stern, K. Lynn, C. Purdon. BROADCASTERS CLUB As an activity of the Radio Broadcasters Club, the weekly news show, "Spotlight on Mumford" is presented for the enlightenment of the entire school. The club at- fords its members practical experience in every phase of radio work. Highlights of the year included the presentation of the radio skits: "Western Star" and "Operation 225," and a brief Thanksgiving program. Seve ntv-two i J, f9"9'K' , Mg' A 4 E J 5 5 , f , 5 f ... We ai' I 2z.:1l ow one: S. Buchalter, B. Heavenrich, corresponding-secretary: J. Waserman, recording secretary C Pollnsky, president: S. Tobias, vice-president: E. Millman, treasurer: l. Boeslry. Row two: R. Yatte, R. Barr, B. Rose, J. Cohen, M. Rattner, S. Balin, L. Portnoy. ow three: D. Nelson, P. Elkin, J. Morton, C. Robinson, P. Altman, P. Barr, L. Soldlnger ow four: M. Rose, J. Katzman, A. Robbins, A. Auslander, M.Cohn, P. Winslow, J Baum L Axelrod Guided by Mrs. Naida Dostal, French instructor, the French Club aFfords its members an opportunity to engage in French conversation, as all meetings are conducted in the language. Students gain an appreciation of French customs and traditions through songs, plays, games, and field trips. Each semester the club presents a French play, group singing in French and a music meeting to which guest artists are invited. Colored travel slides and movies also add to their knowledge of French culture. One project of the club which has proved very successful in the past is a tri-club meeting of the group with the Latin and Spanish Clubs. Seventy-four l FRENCH CLUB Suspense and drama were two of the factors contribut- ing to the success of the annual French Club play. Row one: J. Gottlieb, N. Lustig, E. Lappin, J. Willis, J. Schneider, C. Moore. Row two: C. Stross, H. Band, M. Danto, L. Cronovich, S. Ruch. Row three: S. Stamell, R. Shifman, J. Kanter, S. Grott, E. Finlz, E. Croll. Row four: D. Krops, C. Rice, N. Plovan, B. Shewach, B. Rich, G. Weiner, N. Dostal, sponsor. Seventy-five Row one: J. Calfin, D. Dunslry, N. Klein, treasurer: P. Samuels, vice-president: R. Aisen B Pines D Shear Row two: P. Ellcin, A. Black, J. Waserman, M. Lightstone, J. Rodman, G. Flowers, C Jacobson B Greenberg K Beclrerman, R. Morris, M. Gelb. Row three: B. Bloomberg, S. Geller, S. Grossman, B. Krakow, E. Berlin, H. Lett, M. Kanter E Linovitz M Lune Row four: E. Rappoport, M. Kottenberg, S. Starman, J. Green, M. Katz, I. Boeslry, A. Miller S Kllnger I Woloson SPODSOF. SPANISH CLUB Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Ines Wolo- son, Spanish teacher, the Spanish Club has gainedrknowledge of Spanish life Through songs, dramatization of plays, and illus- trated talks by various teachers, students, and visiting speakers. ' Highlights of this year's program included CI visit to Ann Arbor for the Spanish Day festival, a trip to the Shubert Theatre to see .lose Greco and his dancers, and their pre- sentation of a Pan-American Day Program. Qcn1nn+v-civ LATIN CLUB Among the activities enioyed by the Latin Club mem- bers were a ioint meeting with Post lntermediate's Latin Club and a Roman-style Christmas party. Sponsored by Dr. Edith Kovach, Latin teacher, the club also acquainted its members with Roman civilization through informative discussions and interesting movies. Highlighting this year's program was a visit to Ann Arbor for a tour of the campus and a series of lectures on Roman history. Row one: A. Blandino, A. Foon, N. Scholnilr, scriba: G. Peclc, consul: l. Erlich, consul: S. Spanner V Stem E Kovach sponsor. Row two: G. Gu-ssin, G. Steinhardt, P. Quint, C. Bissinger, B. Romain, J. Caplan, S. Menclelsohn M Simon D Thomas, D. Teitelbaum, J. Schecter. Row three: D. Casteel, H. Gendler, M. Millman, R. Pojlinger, H. Goren, N. Hubert, S. Teal M Dorf S Goldman A. Phillips, B. Listello. Not pictured: H. Ceasar, quaestor: D. Goldberg, J. Koenig, S. Porvan, L. Rosenberg, H. Sax Seventy-Seven Row one: R. Jacobs, D Rosen+l1al, J. Moss, C Rosen, S. Levine, R. Wal: ion, C. Babbuslw. Row fwo: B. Beckwiflx H. upin, H. Spiro, rf Payson, H. Lapides, R. Wolfe. , Row fhree: R. Black, T. Musfonen, S. Fra n R, J. Freedom, E. Jensen, C. Marble, M. Schiff, R. Bur'l'. Row one: J. Speriner P. Sidlow, B. Karbel, M Lewis, A. Croll, S. Lax, B. Nader. Row +wo: S. Mullin sponsor: G. Rosenberg, R. Curry, T. Page, W. Engel- man, T. O'Neill, R. Tanner, R. Holmes, G. Cairns, sponsor. Row +hree: H. Grove sponsor: J. Wilson, R: Tripp, S. Glass, S. Sand- weiss, E. Rofh, F. Folfz, R. Nefzer, R. Behm, P. Bernd sponsor. R. Sfeinberger, F. Nicholls: A 1, ff, ff, 'V 'ff' ho f fy, in f 1 Y 9 'alfa 9 V, ' QV 5 ,M ,lf 5' 'al' 'nl 1 9 .fu W Q, 15 gh if , M , , ,,f, , , y - . , ,Q 4 5, ? mf M ' Q l 4 'V , ,. ' Q Qt I I Q w'E 4 , f - 44 lg. .19 ' f - ' ,' 'Q Z"!'lI','4f,g swf ' f Q sn' ' , 1 4 ' 5 bfi 4, ., In 'I ,als Ara? Q 6 irq r Z ' B 4. f , f if k ' if , , 1- f wr f' f .V i 1 ' , , 127, 6 ,. M wan what I Z 2 kcfspff 2 W' a, f ' I ', , 1. ,Z I K! ,. Q. ' ,T 5 1 w. Y 9 Q . A al f 51 , 4 , If f vmes ..E.1 I-I fx 'D- -'7 .4 I' fs. :W -a x, Q LS ,NA If I My i ,fx ii ,ZX C, .M V2 f,N f v-r-4 L -1. T U 1 4 A x n f , f M 3 4 X 1, N ' 4 fx , W' ' , F , ,4 Q K 4 V my ,N ' ,L ,! ' ,, ' FY' V4,. 1 W A 'z . ' Y? V , H I V I ' f xy X e Y . I RR v, 491 V qkyr NB K K ls:--., 3 " ' i.Q'-lfili '--""T IXQF! i ,M Pwwhf 7tirf, 'c X ,Q ,wt its ., I grill. Portrayed on these pages is almost every activity engaged in by Mumford students. Publications, dances, radio broadcasts, bake sales, Goodfellow sales, clothing drive, stu- dent council rallies, R. O. T. C., and parent- teacher conferences formed an integral part of the school year. Sf- 4.25-" ff 4 vu, , Wy 31 . ' 4,5 . ,.., . MlRlAM REITMAN, Edifor-in-Chief Row one: L. Schuman, aciivilies ediiorg B. Rich, panorama eclifor: A. Miller, organizalions ecliforg P. Allman, assisianl ecliior. Row iwo: D. Cufler, sporis edilorg M. Birnlcrani, arf ecliiorg V. Kuffler, phofograplwer. Ecliforial Siaff-Row one: S. Clressler, S. Spanier, A. Robbins, J. Willis. Row iwo: J. Levin, A. Salfz- man, S. Bloom, M. Birnltranl, M. Cooper, R. Naflians. Noi piciurecl: R. Gerber, R. Pollinger, B. Siein. Eighty-four To give you a complete record ot your year at Mumford has been the concern of the Capri Editorial Staff under the guidance ot Mr. Charles Kaufman, English instructor. Under the supervision of Mr. .lay Bodzin, the Business Staff promoted sales and solicited advertisements for the Capri. 5 Business Statt-Row one: J. Koblin, J. Chudler, W. Wheeker, S. Heidt, sales manager: S. Franlc, business man- ager: R. Binlrow, advertising manager: G. Whelcer, art man- ager: l. Topor, L. Portnoy. Row two: L. Falls, A. Foon, B. Smith, M. Epstein, P. Quint, S. Moore, B. Karbel, S. Katz, L. Foreman, M. Maldaver, R Lewis, P. Trethaway. WY' Row three: B. Bloomberg, D. Freedman, J. Green, R Holtzman, A. Horowitz, R. Nathans, S. Ruch, H. Rosenberg E. Jones, H. Dodd, S. Cohen, S. Littlxy. Row tour: B. SaI+zberg, B. Fields, B. Sattewhite, M. Samo- vitz, A. Sandort, M. Summers, S. Glass, S. Jatfee, l. Boeslzy D. Kaplan, C. Mclfissaclr, S. Hecht. eighty-five '41 at 1? nf ii' M AM. ..., JA 'ww 'fi 4' .K 'Q "Pm, ,ff BRUCE PARKER, Editor-in-Chief Ediforial Sfaff-Row one: R. Bol+on, C. Padover, E. Berlin, S. Geller, G. Ofzman Row lwo: B. Feuerman, D. Linderman, S. Cohen, B. Margolis, A. Auslander. Row fhree: M. Kenl, F. Pass, J. Levin, S. Surnow, P. Borman. Finhtv-eiohf THE MERCURY Reporting the latest school and civic news has been the function of the Mumford Mercury Editorial Staff. Under the guidance of Mr. Vaughn Hoogasian, English instructor, staff members write and edit two magazines and three newspapers each semester. Advised by Mr. John Meng, English instructor, the busi- ness staff obtained advertisements for the paper and con- ducted sales campaigns. Business Staff-Row one: L. Roth, S. Meisel, P. Saratian, business manager, J. Caplan, M. Schlussel Row two: P. Ornstein, L. Greenberg, H. Gendler, S. Clancy, H. Lapides, L. Ross, J. Meng, advisor Eighty-nine 3" 4.-il Working in fha inhruf of bofhr sfudnnf gavorn mini an Ohm members of fha House of lopruen flfhll. FALL STUDENT COUNCIL "We all co-operate, that's how we operate," was the motto adopted by the T954 Student Council. This year's sponsors were Mrs. Zelda Pollinger, Miss Janet DeBorst, Mr. John Woolever, and Mr. Louis Millman. The council planned and sponsored school dances, the variety show, a clothing drive, and the United Nations Bake Sale. To support school functions, to increase school spirit at Mumford, and to better student-faculty relations were the purposes fulfilled by the Student Council. Row one: C. Lewis, E. Kolodin, D. Dunslry, H. Lapides, vice-president: D. Clark, president: M Danto treasurer N Scholnlclr L. Fallr, M. Rattner. Row two: Z. Pollinger, sponsor: M. Granoff, J. Bing, J. Johnson, R. Lewis, M. Eisenman, J. Copley S Schrut L Smolxler D. Linderman, S. Spanier, L. Millman, sponsor. Row three: W. Dishell, G. Silverman, B. Samuels, P. Quint, M. Friedman, R. Roth, J. Cohen B Stem D Rosenthal F Averbuch. Row four: P. Coats, J. Stan, L. Small, B. Bolton, F. Foltz, B. Parlrer, J. Keystone, S. Clancy S Surnow C McKessiclc S Hanler, J. DeBorst, sponsor. N inety-one SPRING STUDENT CCUNCIL Providing a means ot expression tor the student body was the purpose ot the Spring Student Council guided by Mr. Norman Burkhardt, attendance teacher: Mrs. Zelda Pollinger, English instructor: Mr. John Woolever, science instructor, and Miss Janet DeBorst, mathematics instructor. In addition to the annual Spring Fling, Variety Show, and a carnival composed ot booths representing various school activities and organizations, the Council also in- augurated Students' Day. By this varied program, the Council helped further school spirit and solidarity. fs t X I5 Row one: D. Dunslry, E. Kolodin, B. Manhein, J. Bing Secretary ot the House' H Sha V , , . :ro ice president: D. Rosenthal, treasurer: A. Lappin, Secretary ot the Senate: S. Abigow, C. LEWIS, Row two: M. Ernstein, S. Golden, J. Handleman, S. Spanier, M. Granott, N. Scholnich E Lerman, M. Eisenman, S. Schrut, Miss J. DeBorst, advisor. Row three: C. Lewis, J. Copley, A. Schechter, J. Cohn, L. Schuman, B. Goldsmith W Dishell R Roth, B. Samuels, M. Danto. Row tour: W. Smith, M. Parr, J. Hamburg, J. Mandel, B. Parller, D. Clarll, S. Garrellcl: A lczliovitz, M. Feldman, S. Handler. Not pictured: H. Lapides, president: S. Weberman. N i nety-two fi fmt 'MW' nf frfflwfftffgrf ENSEMBLES if Contributing an important part ot Mumtord's music program are the string and vocal ensembles Under the direction ot Mr. Jer- ome Stcussen, music instructor, the string ensemble provides light music at fashion shows, concerts, and various school functions. The vocal ensemble, directed by Miss Grace Engel, music instructor, numbered a fifteen minute radio broadcast as a part ot each term's activities. iz, X Vocal Ensemble-Row one: X gale, N. Gordon, B. Cox, M. Gelb, G. Engel, music instructor. Row two: M. Shur, P. Landry, M. Tracy, A. Faren, N. Bicoll. Row three: D. Porter, A. Buckley, C. Bagdasarian, J. Smith, W. Sublette, L. Smith. Row tour: S. Beaumont, N. Thompson, P. Small, A. Orman, H. Green, G. McVittie. Not pictured: J. Ballenger. String Ensemble-Row one: P. Hooberman, K. Hodge, J.Baumer, M. Lalrott, S. Glazer, J. Cole. Row two: J. Stassen, music instructor: V. Deutch, J. Katkakis, L. Smith, G. Striclrer, S. Spitzer, S. Bloom, R. Leedlo, A. Gareliclc, W. Czeizler, S. Beitman, B. Biscomb, C. Goltra, B. Friedman, B. Swaryz, K. Rosenberg, B. Hicller, D. Jones. Not pictured: B. Bernstien, B. Brown, D. Lee, G. Gutentag, L, Wienberger, P. Quint, E. Frank, G. Pearlman, B. ldlsohn. Ninety-three ,X XF. X X ex K .X- .xx ,XX XX X. X .X XR .X .NX x X X x x XX X X X .X X X X XX .XX xx X x X, Concert Choir- Row one: R. Radway, J. Forrest, J. Sklar, M. Erichson, J. Fuerst, L. Ross, J. Thomas, A. Burstein, D. Snyder, E. Barris. Row fwo: G. Engel, instrucforg P. Shaw, J. Maxwell, S. Reese, M. Cairo, E. Reid, P. Winslow, C, Bromery, J. Purdon, H. Washington, Peferson, B. Pappas. Row three: N. Korby, I. Lorber, M. Ward, N. Thompson, A. Bursfon, R. Barius. S, Heller, C. Radner, D. Salle, D. Lieberman, J. Goldman. Row four: C. Monohan, T. Holley, C. Williamson, E. Goldberg, M. Norris, D. Tabalra, D. Price, M. MacDougall, F. Applewhife, E. Rodgers, R. Marfin, R. Benson. Not pictured: J. Ballenger, P. Collar, D. Luckey, M. Schlussel, R. Scotf. Ninety-four N x QWVLHU QT? 732 NCT' lf. l i T ll X ' 1:7 ',' 1 X N' aft rift lk . t r". L US lla L L1 'qi L3 l1.:' Li' V H! X Sharv, G. Engel, insfructor. X Row two: S. Schrut, M. Shur, R. Barcus, K. X Davidson. J. Parlr, B. Kass, M. Schneider. XL Row fhree: S. Tuclrer, J. Small, D. Stephen- ixon, M. Pappas, A. Friedenfhal, B. Nauman. XX xx' .XX XR X X Appearing in numerous school activities throughout the year are the Mumford choral organizations directed by Miss Grace Engel, music instructor. Among their perform- ances are the Annual Spring and Christmas Concerts, radio pro- grams, and other school functions. Meeting as a class five days a X.. If fl f Girls' Glee Club- Row 0091 J. Rakowslri, L J. Haddon, L. Boslcay, S. Novilr, J. Ronney, P. CONCERT CHOIR, CHORUS Row tour: P. Montgomery, B. Lawrence, J. Swearingum, C. Kopetlco, L. Rozner, D. Dantz- ler. Row tive: M. McCann, B. Watson, S. Smith, C. Session, D. Price, E. Saslove. Not pictured: S. Band, L. Puzdralre, S. Brown, M. Cousens, S. Cohen. week keeps the Girls' Glee Club in practice. The Chorus is a group consisting ot upper classmen with- out previous musical experience. Students in the Concert Choir have the opportunity to develop their vocal talents under professional in- struction. 1 Chorus- Row one: G. Engel, instructor: A. Faren, E. Solomon, S. Disken. C Bromery, S. Solomon, Peterson, S. Milgram, M. Goodman, Row two: E. Pauling, M. McBurroros, D. Martin, M. McBurroros, A. Monroe C. Dahnlre, E. Feldman, A. Pearlman, D. Rottell, W. Binion. Row -three: A. Kendrick, D. Zale, P. Kellum, E. Seaborn, B. Bocinott, L. Gurivin H. Sosin, E. Parker, D. Allowitz. Not pictured: S. Bailes, J. Carmode, L. Higley, A. Raznilz, J. Rice, M. Smith H. Sommers. Ninety-tive Providing entertainment at pep rallies, plays, athletic events, and other school activities is the main function of the Mumford Band. BAND Flutes: A. McEwen, D. Weiss. Oboe: G. Mitchell. First Clarinets: R. Plislcow, R. Brown, L. Heidt, J. Grayson. Second Clarinets: A. Wad- wick, B. Kline, R. Aisen, E. Berlin, L. Allan, M. Boardman, L. Cherow, D. Pollinger, R. Steinberger, P. Coats, R. Reiterman. Third Clarinets: J. Maier, A. Mason, A. Anderson, L. Portnoy, R. Jamison, J. Marx, J. Rich- ardson. Alto Clarinet: A. Katser. Bass Clarinets: J. Grayson. E. Wheeling. Alto Saxophones: K. Lerner, J. Dreer, G. Coats, M. Aune, J. Mac- Nabo. Tenor Saxophones: C. Bennett, H. Aidem, P. Boxman. Baritone Saxophone: l"l. Adler. Trumpets: W. Farman, l-l. Welch, F. Schultz, R. Larson, M. Schwarti. Second Cornets: C. Brooks, C. Babbush, R. Gott- fried, D. Geisz, M. Schwartz. Third Cornets: R. Adelson, C. Jones, A. Hoffman, R. Gaylan. French Horns: M. Weisman, M. Weiner, D. Kaplan, P. Gerston. Trombones: D. Taslcer, A. Wein, G. Roth. l Under the direction of Mr. Roger Haskins, music instructor, members develop a cultural interest in music, as well as receive two and one-half 1 I Performing under the direction of Miss Florence Welden, music instructor, the Mumford orchestra entertains at concerts, assemblies, and other school ORCHESTRA Violins: M. Lalrott, concertmasterq S. Glazer, W. Biscomb, K. Hodge M. Robins, W. Czeizler, P. Hooberman, P. Ellcin, S. Spitzer, L. Goldman C. Fenwick, M. Ferguson, V. Deutsch, L. Smith, F. Pass. Violas: J. Cole K. Rosenberg, G. Spitzer, J. Katkakis, S. Fisher, G. Mazur. Cellos: B. Brown, J. Baumer, G. Gutentag, L. Weinberger, D. Lee B. Bernstein. Basses: D. Jones, B. Friedman, R. Heclrer. Piccolo: D W R. Plisliow, R. Brown. Brexner, B. Friedman, A. Horne. 05, hours credit and the opportunity to earn a letter in ral music. ull img functions. Each member, while obtaining two and Together with the vocal groups, band, and various ishg one-halt hours credit, has the opportunity to earn his ensembles, the orchestra has woven music into every hog! letter in music. phase of Mumtord's curriculum. g, ..c,.,.,...Q,.,,,,,, 5 , I eiss. Flutes: A. Gerelich, B. Romain. Oboe: G. Mitchell. Clarinets: Alto Clarinet: J. Grayson. Bass Clarinet: E. Wheeling. Alto Saxo- phone: K. Lerner. Tenor Saxophone: H. Adler. Cornets: M. Schwartz, W. Forman, H. Welch. French Horns: M. Weisman, M. Weiner, P. Gersten, D. Kaplan. Trombones: G. Roth, D. Taslxer. Percussion: E. ,ji 7,2 .W 7 A Z Row one: G. Jacobs, S. Dolivelr, R. Krolrey, M. Geller, D. McCarroll, D. Van Radon, L. Tushman, G. Gokay, R. Slrlar, R. Rourke, D. Ashley, R. Caldwell. ' """ R6W'tWFfS.Wope, JTlvlogefkf'-lfoH1flT'Cleytor1TJfHBeaudetteT'WfCW6ElTr1ancy, lZfDElie, P. Dinu, B. lsaacs W. Smith, L. Miller. Row three: B. Stanton, B. White, O. Bradford, R. Weber, O. Nunley, D. Oversby, R. Warmbier, H. Malone, K. Mathews, C. Mislret, H. Zamsky, R. Walton. Not pictured: C. Bylrlronen, J. Baysinger, J. Taitelbaum. G. Cohen. Row one: J. Harper, E. Burns, S. Coppola, K. Zeeman, H. Oemlre, T. Trathiotis,J. Levin, G. Prince, R. Komer, A. Silverman, R. Noble, J. Biallcowslci, L. Snyder. Row twg-:V F. Gunyou, J. Gurstell. F.-field,-R, Silbsejgmjn. R. Pearce, R. Chambers, J. Willie, B. Bowlus, G. Wood- mancy, J. Kirsch, F. Steiner, D. Newlander, R. Jagorslri, A. Feld. ROW three: R. Ashton, G. Mullen, R. Olrum, A, Geller, R. Traifel, H. Mitchell, D. Wilson, D. O'Handley, D. Kerutes, F. Coates, H. Cohen, C. Jones, H. Gregory. Not pictured: D. Dundar, M. Gantz, W. Goni. we .J . J A on K ifile le le. Qflflrlfe To build good citizens and develop lead- ership qualities in the Cadets Corps is the purpose of the R. O. T. C. Under the di- rection of Sergeant first class Fred Northam, Mumford's unit has been named an honor school for the fifth consecutive year and has LE. 11. L Q ff.. 1 25 A 11.3 L. 4, ,ij , ,f X i fl l i Ninnhnoinht FAi,1Q'1'..,fi. e... . A . . li Row one: F. Clerlr, P. Allen, S. Economy. B. Glieberman, D. Follberg. J. Kidder, J. Lewis, D. McCarroll, J. Willens. R. Silverman, H. Welch, W. Johns, C. Reeves. Row two: JfBauer, J. Grenman, J. Hall, M. Shapiro, L, Dinkin, D. McLellan, R. Smith, J. Peace, C. Flochman, Dfw Ward, L. Grace, N. Sage. Row three: D. Pelson, C. Hughes, R. Thompson, M. Kaplan, J. Safran, J. Whaling, G. Lynch, J. Jordan, S. Brown, G. Beckerman, D. Melmoth. i RAUNHNG participated again in the onnuc I R. O. T. C. Field Day. Besides receiving basic training in military tactics, the cadets also assist at various school functions. Row one: K. Glinski, F. Morandy, A. Wood, D. Corlc, J. Steinborn, D. Demiriian, M. Silverman, I. Bloch, J. Nelson, M. Helter, C. Photsios. EOE! two: G. Tom, J. Frankford, R. Layle, A. Doering, G. Henry, R. Bauer, H. Coolc, S. Silverman, L. Kantzer, G. Mitc e . Row three: G. Cunningham, N. Gilman, M. Booker. R. McCabe. J. Bradley J. Kasia.kkR,.WL,u,Ql!e1..M,.-Qo.o,dman, P. Maisel. Not pictured: D. Cuttler, F. Miller, R. Pannecouir. L.-J 1 i r 1 I it 5 E E I E 1 Q 'fy ""'f'-w-..., X933-QM, ' , X ,Lghw 5 , ,ffif STAGE STAFF Under the direction ot Mr. Howard Mehr, technician, Mumtord's stage crew kept the auditorium in readiness tor programs, concerts, and other activities. Setting up scen- ery, keeping production moving, and checking sound equip- ment were the responsibilities ot the group which con- sisted ot twenty-tive members. Through these services Mumtorcl's auditorium and audio- visual equipment were kept in good condition and used to the tullest extent. Row Row Row Not one: P. Delacourt, G. Mitchell, S. Coppola, G. Gokay, J. Roggero. two: D. Isabell, R. Eisenberg, J. Clark, l.. Singer, J. Jenks, W. Kurth, M. Smith. three: G. Jacob, R. Hartwig, J. Sternett, D. Pickman, J. Frankford, C. Topcik, J. Olk. pictured: H. Mehr, technician. One hundred one PYGM Pygmalion Cas?--Row one: S. Rubensfein, W. Blscomb L. Wasser, K. Lynn, J. MacNabo, J. Key- sf ne B. Binlrow, R. Gould, B. Lewis, I. Harris, J. Franklin H. Rosenberg. Cosfumes Commi++ee-Row one: L. Pori- noy, M. Maldaver, L. Falk, C. Padover, E. Feldman, I. Baum. .36 ALIGN Row two: M. Goldsmith, M. Young, L. Small, B. Sussman, I. Boeslry, D. Schlafer, N. Smolrler, S. Gellman, R. Miller, L. Lee, C. Zacks, M. Cohen, S. Burke, C. Karp, L. Cronovich. Row two: A. Saltzman, S. Wolfgang, E. Croll, L. Cronovich, A. Horowitz, E. Millman. Prop Committee-Row one: B. Rose, R. Nathan, M. Seidon, J. Roadman. Row two: A. Saltiman, S. Moore, B. Bloomberg. Under the direction of Miss Dorothy Patterson, dramatic coach, Mumford thespians presented "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw last fall on November 18 and 19, 1954. The scenery for the play consisted of three original sets designed by the Stagecraft Class under the personal direction of Mr. James Siddall, art instructor, whose sets have been interestingly new and different with each play over the years. The committees assisting in the production of the play were: Property, Publicity, Costume, and Ticket, all of which were sponsored by faculty members. Stegecraft Class-Row one: B. Chase, I. Terman, S. Schwartz, S. Cherniclr, C Moore. Row two: R. Israel, P. Bonnice, B. Peters, W. Kurth, S. Robbins, A. Bartold, C. McCa be. Row three: S. Katz, M. Robertson, S. Clancey, R. Reddaway, A. Kunz, M. Salesin R. Ballard. 1 ,,, 3 ' as g , . f MY A - , , 'x , A ff, ff X X X H Q ...J Iv-I I Wi. ,V 4 1 ff' X, Kf X X l X W LQ X V XXX Wi W.-J L+ One hundred fiv 29 "W, Publicify Commifiee-Row one: L. Levy, J. Chudler, V. Marsfon, N. Smolzler, L. Falk, G. Fenfon. Row fwo: S. Economy, A. Levine, P. Jaclrson, B. Sussman, C. Lewis, J. Fuersi K. Lynn. E E Cosfume CommiHee-Row one: l. Erlich, C. Padover, chairman, B. Pearlman. Row Two: S. Moore, G. Goldman, R. Gale, D. Cinofslry, D. Nelson. GEORGE SLEPT Casf-Row one: M. Goldsmifh, L. Lee, S. Codin, J. Rodman, H. Sandweiss. Row 'fwoz K. Rosen+l1al, L. Small, N. Miller, R. Lewis, H. Rosenberg, D. Sclllaefer. 7-. One hundred sux S+agecraf+ CommiHee-Row one: J. Siddall, sponsor: A. Kunz. WASHINGTON HERE Row three: J. McNabo. G. Licthman, R. Miller, l. Harris, M. Cohn, S. Goldberg, J. Franklin, H. Moltz, C. Karp. Not pictured: S. Gellman, D. Patterson, coach: S. Tobias. Property Committee-Row one: G. Rossin, A. Saltzman, co-chairman R Nathans, co-chairman: S. Bailes, B. Rich. Row two: A. Kasoglad, P. Levine, S. Spanier, M. Fordon, L. Schuman J Katzman, J. Handleman, S. Rubenstein. Row two: C. Roggero, R. Gibbs, V. Marston, B. Kurth. ' W .V ., One hundred seven Mumford High School's fifth bi-annual stage production, "George Washington Slept Here," was presented under the direction of Miss Dorothy Patterson dramatic coach. The play, a farce in three acts, written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, was presented on March 3'I and April 1, 1955, in the school auditorium. Ticket Committee-Row one: M. Birnkrant, J. Freedman M Sidon D. Cutler. Row two: S. Heidt, R. Aisen, H. Timmons, sponsor: J. Newlander J Schneideru - i Q i V ' if 4 f W , nv f Q, ' X , 1.. 'V 1 5. , , Q- tgqlim . . . . 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MLA. J . R A J -- f "7 x ff -'LL .21 5 K SX " K'K' - isigiifff-,1.-i.-g.i,Q.2f.'- "K,, --" A Y .filfikx - , Though the football team's successful sea- son overshadowed many of the school's lesser sports, Mumtord's athletic program reached a new zenith with the addition of baseball and a girl's swimming team to the health program. 1-vi ,V K J' ' c .v FOOTBALL Starting its second year in the Metropolitan Football League, Mumford proceeded to make its presence known. Given only an outside chance to top the West Side Di- vision, the Mustangs went through their regular schedule without suttering a defeat. Under the guidance ot Coach Harold Grove and assist- ant coaches Stanley Mullin, Corliss Foster, and Harold Smith, Mumford earned a share ot the West Side title by defeating Central, Mackenzie, Cody, Western, Southwest- ern, and Chadsey. In the last game ot the season they were defeated by Cooley. However, this was a non-league game and Mumford's place in the standings was not affected. Coaches Harold Grove and Harold Smith instruct co- Roger Netzer, co-captain, gets information on passmq captain Bill Gross on play strategy. technique from coaches Corliss Foster and Stanley Mullin One hundred twelve l . , RESERVE FOCTBALL r i l i ,. , li captain: R. Curry, R. Behm, T. Page, S. Sandweiss. Row two: L. Blondy, M. Schiff, D. Rosenthal, N. Kristenson, S. Frank, H. Lapin, T. Payson, l. Cascade, N. Davis, T. O'Neil, S. Mullin, coach. Row three: W. Jordon, H. Lapides, S. Glass, S. Levine, R. Ross, C. Rosen, C. Bennett, R. Stokes, W. Sublette, P. Bernd, athletic director, C. Babush, student manager. Row four: H. Grove, coach: F. Foltz, R. Nordstrom, J. Spertner, H. Newman, W. Engleman, H. Spiro, B. Perkers, L. Hoffman, K. Knight, J. Baxter, R. Black, J. Grayson, R. Wolf, student manager. Not pictured: J. Rice, M. Fruman. Dick Behm, Mumford end, skirts right end for Thurman Page tries to aid Roger Netzer, who a substantial gain against Mackenzie. gets caught by a Central player. One hundred thirteen Row one: R. Nader, E. Jensen, R. Goodman, J. Wilson, R. Netzer, co-captain: W. Gross, co- l Ml' I I ,102 L, . K L.-, L24 SID LEVINE ', , gi :ffm U f NN. X. WILLIAM ENGELMAN STEWART FRANK KEN KNIGHT "SF 'I ROBERT NADER DAVID ROSENTHAL FRED FOLTZ SEASQNQS Mumford 2I Mumford 25 Mumford 7 Mumford 20 Mumford 32 Mumford 27 Mumford 0 WILLIAM GROSS RICHARD BEHM ROBERT BLACK SAM SANDWEISS I I , , RAYMOND GOODMAN NOVARRO DAVIS JACK RICE TERRANCE O'NEILL SCCDRIES Cem'mI 0 Mackenzie 7 Cody O Wesvem 7 Sou'IIuwesIem O Chcudsey I9 CooIey 7 TH U RMAN PAGE HARVEY LAPIN ROGER NETZER JACK WILSON RICHARD CURRY MICHAEL SCHIFF EVERETT JENSEN RESERVE FOOTBALL glow one: S. Mullin, coach: H. Lax, C. Reves, R. Wiselaerg, R. Olcum, A. Horne, H. Sandweiss, J. Miridian, D War . Row +wo: C. Easfman, J. Colberf, B. Tower, S. Bologna, B. Sarver, A. Rosenbaum, J. Ridley, A. Warnoff, H. Lam- beri, D. Asluenazy. Row fhreec G. Madvin, A. Feldman, L. Reins, R. Ashfon, R. ScoH, G. Krause, M. Shapiro, M. Silber, H. Rubinsfein, H. Neuman, M. Felsenfeld, B. Nefzer, A. Shapiro, sfudenf manager. 1 l 1 l i 4 4 E L , A. The coaches look on as . . . . .The reserve feam pracfices. One hundred sixteen CHEERLEADERS Leading the cheers of the student body last fall was the first organized girls' cheerleading squad. These twelve girls, selected by members of the Student Council and faculty last spring, were often found practicing after hours with Miss Lois Holland, health instructor. Other schools, the coach, the squad, and the student body contributed to the collection of cheers. For her effort, each girl received a block "M" backed by a megaphone. The cheerleaders successfully furthered the school spirit which was displayed by all. Row one:: G. Wheellter, P. Tracey, A. Auslander, J. Rodman, M. Granofl, E. Lerman Row two: L. Holland,'T:oach: M. Danto, M. Feldman, B. Heliste, K. Bodenhorn P Landry M Ferguson. One hundred seventeen ?,,,-l l l in 1 il 'Q E Thurman Page 'lakes 'lo Hre air. l l CRQESGIEU lMTRY f Cicero While ge'rs up, up, and away. Traclr-Row one: T. O'Neill, W. Gross, S. Sandweiss, W. Maclz, R. Tanner, D. Dani, T. Musfonen. Row fwo: R. Beclrworfh, D. Wallace, J. Smi+l'1, R. Sfeinberger, C. Royal, S. Singer, E, Rosenberg, T. Page, W. Biscomb. Row fhree: C. Marble, J. Wilson, P. Primeau, C. Whi+e, G. Sulcenic, R. Behm. Nof picfured: E. Rofh. ' fr TRACK AND HELD Runnners, fake your mark, ge? sel',- go . . .l They're off! Here comes Mumford! Cross Counrry-Row One: R. Walion, R. Sfeinberger, M. Lewis, capfalng J. Moss, J. Sasson. R Row+wo:G. Cairns, coach: C. Marble, E. Wolffson, C. Bu'H'erwor+ll, A. Olsen, R. Holmes, P eveno. Alan Croll and Coach Stanley Mullin look on as James Lyons and Martin Albion practice. Winning seven matches without suffering a defeat enabled Mum- ford to capture the West Side tennis championship. Among their victories was one in which Mum- ford broke Redford's two year win- ning streak. Our own victorious season was broken, however, in the city championship matches by Denby of the eastern division. One hundred twenty TEN Jim Conlin congratulates Mike Klynn Row one: J. Weitzman, E. Ernstein, A. Croll, J. Lyons. Row two: R. Jacobs, P. Friedman, M. Albion, S. Mullin, coach. Not pictured: M. Klynn. ' fm1.ff'f!' ' y , Q ' in U 73 Aw. X, Xlsifak ,, i l i i l l l l s l i l 4 i l s l ' Elaine Roseman and Janet Gangler wait for the serve playing a thrilling game. i Row one: M. Rose, C. Goldman, R. Gale, B. l'lelis+e, B. Cossin. Row two: B. Embury, B. Kaplan, I. Cohen, M. Ratlner, J. Forbes, M. Pauli, coach. l I 1 Using the "ladder" system, a method by which a girl may chal- lenge the one directly above her, encourages each girl to improve' her tennis skills so that she might reach the top ten. This group, varying with each match, plays in competition with other Detroit high schools. The girls' tennis team won four out of six matches under the direc- tion ot Miss Marie Pauli, coach. One hundred twenty-one BASEBALL Making their debut in baseball competition, the Mumford Nine, coached by Mr. Harold Grove, health instructor, finished the season with a five won two lost record. Because the team was not scheduled for regular league contests, they played teams of both divisions. Winning the opener 8-2 over Cody, Mumford then dropped two close decisions to Redford and South- eastern by the scores of 5-4 and 2-i. lt was clear sailing from there on in, for Mumford defeated in succession Wilbur Wright 4-2, Cass 8-3, 3-'lp and Eastern 6-0. l L1,.........i 'Q',f- -P, , .,-Q31-.-. Zailfali' ' '1 ...Z.1fvQ Row one: S. Glass, J. Starr, C. Goodman, A. San dorf, T. Tower. Donley, R. Tripp. Row three: W. Myers, H. Glazer, S. Levine, R Nader, M. Silber, R. Netzer, F. Potter. Row four: H. Grove, coach: R. Krug, R. Curry, E Radner, R. Wolfe. Tom Tower, acting umpire, wonders as the catcher, Charles Goodman, calls Ronald Krug, the batter, cut. Warm-ups before a game are always of interest. One hundred twenty-LVM, Row two: R. Nordstrom, M. Schiff, R. Gotberg, F. Varsity Team- Row one: J, Caplan, S, Ashley' S, Reslr, M. Rattner, M. Orr, P. Nilritas, M. Cole, R. Green. Row two: J. Adams, coach: J. Copley, manager: P. Tracy, P. Coats, S. Beaumont, M. lrwin, P. Landry, A. Bar-told, E. Bardwell, l. Erlich, Mary Rattner talres aim. Reserve Team- Row one: J. Handleman, E. Wheel- ing, B. Buslry, J. Grant, W. Wheelzer, L. Kady, R. McDonnell, B. Nauman, H. Weiss. Row two: J. Copley, manager: B. Lawrence, L. Beckwith, M. Kohler, C. Clinlr, B. Mathias, K. Ogren, J. Sevaririgun, B. Mathews, J. Adams, coach. ,Q-ae hundred twenty-th ree FIELD HOCKEY After many hours of practice on Monday and Wednesday of each week, Mumford's Field Hockey squad has shown itself to be one of Detroit's top teams in this year's high school competition. Under the sponsorship of Miss Janet Adams, health instructor, the team defeated Chadsey, 4-'lp North- western, 3-lg and Highland Park, 3-2. They lost to Southwestern, 3-1, and tied Cody, 2-2. During its second year at Mumford, the girls' golf team was again coached by Miss Marie Pauli, health instructor. Playing the maiority of their games at Palmer Park and Redford Golf Courses last fall, the girls won two out of their five meets. They also participated in the All City Golf Day in which they competed with teams from other Detroit high schools. An interest in the sport, set of golf clubs are the become a member of the each girl receives a letter a willingness to practice, and a only requirements necessary to team. At the end of the term, for her efforts. Left to right: S. Lippitt, L. Poslzel, G. Hirsch- field, L. Greenberg, J. Simon, D. Fleischman, B. Stein, G. Heuitt, M. Pauli, coach. GIRLS' GOLF l E 1 i t l 4 1 1 K l A l l l l Daeyean Fleischman lieeps her eye on the ball. Miss Pauli watches Gail Heuitt as she starts to swing. One hundred twenty-four f X Lois Poslcel has a determine: W look in her eye. i l .Y g k V, me 5- Q i . U, ,., Hwy Q., , L' ffl . V- -...A 1 ., . 3... A 5 1 wtf' , H," ... '- . n, ,' ' .v ' ,., 'JL , ,V Y' Q .Or ln' 1.5 i 1 v 3 gy! 'I 'Q ,, i ,, B K-xfgi t x . f' i ' i .i G 35 Q . , J , tw :qi um! Q . .. Q X f ' Ds l . X ' .V-,ig-Vw ' . ' .s,g.,.,, ' f . ' ' ' P141 'J rr -,ww ,.+,,s-.gls,i,.j1l if L, f c H ' L' if '-it ' 1 'I' by .. g-'f4,'Mf'Q2.f?f l,,,g,g.2:1.-,,: 1. J - , , c 'i.Iz'7'. ft 2- az' Lee Castleman talzes aim and swings. i Q it, BOYS' GOLF v z E E l I E 5' Left to right: P. Bernd, coach: L. Castleman, J. Greenberg, J. Roth, P. Sidlow, A. Rein, J. Kwar- touritz, T. Nichols, R. Karbel, P. Lay. h' --'--'fred twenty-five With Paul Lay looking on, Rob- ert Karbel takes his baclz swing. With only one year of competition behind them, in which they won a city championship, the golf team set out to repeat their past performance. Mumford, coached by Mr. Paul Bernd, athletic director, started the season with a victory over Redford. The team continued on its winning ways by defeating Mackenzie, Cen- tral, Southeastern, Cooley, and Cody to qualify for the city championship matches. After defeating Denby, they lost for the first time to U of D in match play, but, they bounced back to capture the medal play championship. Paul Lay uses a perfect follow through in putting. if J3- JY? 4- ,V 1. 1 f ,Vi ADMINISTRATORS VERA FOX C. E. FRAZER CLARK CHARLES WOLFE Assislanf Principal principal Assisfanf Principal Q6 if. mf A . ',VV ,, w Ma . MARGARET DOHERTY Senior Sponsor .Zi , A. is Q ff 41 .-n. X ,.r- 557 . E F?" -A ,5 -,r, X ww ,wh 1 . W Fl 1 SELWYN ALVEY Counselor mix, ' si I V- 'af Af at f y f 1 -'-:ez-,:f ' w 'fig A 'gf f ,ws-.533 x y' 745' i is QE r A A .. . , , , fs, W- A- 439 -,rn . ' JOH N McDAl D Senior Sponsor CHARLES BRADY Counselor DORIS UTTER Senior Sponsor JEAN ETTE CAPLAN Counselor file ist' OLIVE COBB O. PEARL ORCUTT PERCY PRAY NAOM' CHRISTY Counselor Counselor Counselor Counselor One h undred twe my-six Office Staff with Student Assistants ry fvng-Vwff 4 -Ez:"221.-.v.'.::5w,1, NY 1:.Uu.fWi" ' '1 'ff-' F.-"YT-73-t!f'W'Vrcf 4. ,f,wQf,,,,,.,,.V.f ,. , f 5 Q26 ,,, ,.,,?, ,Q '51, fain. , vi -' -M. . , fav? 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H fikgx , 1 , ---- - " 'K I A e 1 '-if 1 r Norman Burlrhardf, Helen Cafaldo, Nona Du'Ffey, Horrense Edmunds. Howard Mehr, Sfc. Frederick Norfham Mane Websfer affendance accompanisf librarian speech correc+ion fechnician librarian my fzmaaf 6-by 61.441 Z2-ff , W Phe A T l ff' i YWV' Grace Engel Roger Haskins Clarice Percox James Siddal One hundred twenty-eight Mathematics Louise Becl: Milton Budylc Harold Davis Janet DeBorst Marion Fortener Ellen Foster Betty Freedman L 'ff is il ,ii r li ii D D .iii Q ' L f-lii L Y L X ' 1.1 I. qw ,,-.g:- ,I Xfi, 3 :L . ,.,fv4.l i Robert Lanlvton -mf. if f . .Q - , -fwfwh, f,,,,,,4,. .L 1 .Mn , . '- ,sy . , as ,I If f K ir 1- in A. f 3,7 1 Y 'x - - ,ij 1 2:2 K f ' ,Ml Z, -, F", v:w.,Q? f w . 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A Today we are serving more than three-quarter million cus- tomers in Detroit and Michigan. And the natural gas provided +5 is used in a great many ways . . . for cooking, water heating, refrigerating, incinerating, clothes drying, and house heating. 'Q- Industry uses gas in a variety of processing operations. S We plan continually for the years ahead in order to provide mn an adequate supply Of gas for the needs Of the communities we serve. . , :M i MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY I Serving 780,000 customers in Michigan One h u ndred forty-Two Best wishes to the classes ot '55 MICHAEL MARCUS A. Z. A. I i Row one: H. Yaker, R. Stewart, J. Spertner, J. Rogoff, treasurer, B. Lewis, vice-president, D. Clark, president, H Lapides, secretary, S. Glass, C. Shulalc, L. Coggan. Row two: M. Lewis, A. Croll, B. Steinberger, R. Plavnick, G. Beckerman, S. Crane, S. Halprin, B. Stein, J. Taylor D. Buchalter, M. Schift, D. Sklover, B. Shaye. Row three: R. Gottfried, R. Jacobs, S. Gordon, M. 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Standing, 2nd row: Donald Tankin, Irwin Elson, Myron Bordman, Carl Calfin, Keith Shwayder, Chuck Galin, Barry Rubin, Gary Greenstein, Mel Gvazda, Hal Finstein. Standing, 3rd row: Joel Shapiro, Ron Robiner, Art Rubin, Sheldon Galens, Fred Wassermann, Art Katser, Ken Lerner, Jerry Stewart, Harley Adler, Steve Stecker, Danny Hass. One hundred forty-tive Congratulations to the Senior Class ot 1955 il STEPHEN WISE A. Z. A. I I 0 12811 West Seven Mile UN 3-7782 Compliments of Row one: A. Glasser, R. Carson, H. Lesser, B. Gold, B. Serwin, L. Atlrins, WARRINGTON SUPER SERVICE B' . Row two: S. Weiswasser, C. Toby, L. Goldstein, J. Colbe 4120 West Seven MIIe Road R. Jaulus, R. Stein, B. Wolfe, A. Bell, J. Yucllroff. UN 1-9733 Row three: R. Bortman, H. Haver, J. Jaclrson, S. Grossman, R. Miller, J. I Daskal, S. Bricker, S. Weberman. 24 Hour Service rt, L. Davidson, Y ll For Dry Cleaning at Its Best" Call - V 1 LATNONQ I Ari. ' . 9?-'SU -.'- CON Xe f ef to ggex estown 1 Si ei QU555 UN 3-7778 QS ik Plant at 15400 Wyoming Avenue I X Branch at 10006 W. 7 Mile Road . N! 8 "KX 'I L f 'E , 5 5 Compliments of the if ' MAO, RAJA HS I - - .. .... - J One hundred torty-six JULIE GOTTLIEB B. B. G. Row one: M. May, 'rreasurerq A. Ruby, vice-presidenh J. Allen, presidenh C. Lepofslcy, secretary: S. Novifz, corresponding secrefary Row iwoz S. Sanders, P. Moss, N. Lusfig, M. Fisher, C. Zalman, S. Bailes, M. Tannenbaum, P. Kafz. Row +l1ree: E. Galanda, advisor: A. Mervis, S. Cherniclr, E. Grad, J. Rodman, P. Alfman, H. Sorolcin, D. Wainer REX A. Z. A. Row one: C. Goodman, I. Banlr, ireasurerq A. Mondro, presiden'I', M. Band, advisor: M. Weiher, vice-presidenh H. Goldberg, sec refaryg H. Weiizer, S. Brenner, secrefary. Row fwo: B. Slevin, S.' Freed, L. Hyman, H. Kafler, E. Feldman, P. Laser, M. Klein, H. Minslry, Y. Levin, M. Ruzumna, S. Brown. Noi' pic+ured: l. Zehzer, l. Woolf, A. Warniclr, R. Henlren, M. He rsh, D. Ledger. One hundred forty-seven 1 0 0 o o 7 Q ' 15 W , Progressive Televrsron Service 2 Off 6 N595 RADIO AND TELEVISION SERVICE E' E' DeMo11 PHARMACIST 13011 West Seven Mile Road I Def,-05, 35' Michigan 13003 West Seven Mile Road Telephone: UN 4-9595 Deffoif 21, Michigan UN 3-2332 UN 3-2331 I.lLl.lAN WALD B. B. G. Row gene: l'lorowitz, l. Ehrlich, S. Golden, S. Spanier, N. Appel, E. Berlin, B. Margolis, M. Kent, G. Wein- erg, a vlsor. Row two: B. Cohen, J. Copley, B. Seigel, V. Stein, B. Selicolt, I. Toper, B. Pines, C. Singer, P. Gerstion, D. Morris, B. Heavenrich, P. Levine, B. Bortman. Row Iltil':-lrtgygl-l.C. Polinslcy, R. Aisen, B. Fried, F. Sandweiss, B. Shewach, T. Bernstein, S. Leeman, M. Kantor, E. I MQDERNE BUYING OR SELLING RECORD SHOPPE can d RECORDS n PHONOGMPHS Howlm-BARRETT-wArsoN, Inc. e custom HI-FIDELITY sYsTEMs REALTORS 12840 West Seven Mile Road UN 3-0661 15356 Livernois Phone UN 2-8497 Detroit 38, Michigan Best Wishes to the Class of '55 ' Mumford Sport Center I 18113 Wyoming lat Curtisj UN 3-5925 "See 714 fn Zum Spazfdng 7!ecd4" I One hundred forty-eight Congratulations '55 Graduates When you take the next important step in your lite . . . remember Hill ummm Candid Photographers CANDID ALBUMS L Ll. 6-4610 TY. 8-7800 3-DIMENSIONAL SLIDES MOVIES See our new exclusive Gilt-Edge Wedding Book BRANDEIS . g. A. g.....,4.,,,MiL .Q X, I Row one: D. Lieberman, B. Galin, P. Gould, H. Aidem, N. Cohen, S. Spector, M. Dann, H. Gencller. Row two: C. Brooks, D. Kratze, L. Wasserman, H. Bloom, secretary: N. Superton, president: A. Nachmen, M. Dorf, H. Tack vice-president: C. Hochman, treasurer. Row three: M. Schwartz, secretary: D. Snyder, W. Forman, R. Weber, K. Eilrer, D. Shore, L. Lesser, S. Teal. S. Tulzel, B. Heller S. Porvin, R. Davis, R. Weiner, T. Simon, J. Schmerin. i i One hundred forty-nine -.. I CONGRATULATIONS T0 THE GRADUATING CLASS ff Rosenberg Kosher Entering Ce 18641 Wyoming Avenue UN 41261 "Higih styling for the price you like To pcry' MUMFORD'S BIG FAVORITES " A OCESSED A ..,.:. A 0 fi 1 50547049 . ix 'ffsif ,WPS A , 4 A" A U I . . ,Wg ,ryy jp, ,lyr if- ,di y i'5,,,,m?, A we nrirr i ii . " ' W . ' A " Kiki-if 4r"1f-4:1 , wwf 00750175 ' ,i.. r"'-'-r- ii,. . 5 A iiei 7 PJ 7 EfEQEQEEi23E5E5E53E5E35m' .... A ...... J ? 222i1E2i22522g2g2gs:1 "-'- ' 0 S One hundred fifty WALSH IS A Study at Walsh, the school that special- izes in teaching Accountancy and Financial Administration. Study at Walsh, where Michigan certified public accountants, auditors, financial executives and suc- cessful business proprietors have studied WAl.sH NSTITUTE SPECIALIST for the past thirty-three years. Day, evening or Saturday classes will begin September I2, 1955. Registration for Fall classes begins August I, 1955. Free placement assistance to students and graduates. CCOUNTAN CY A Non-Profit Coeducational School of Accountancy and Financial Administration 120 MADISON AVEIIUE, DETROIT 26, MICII. - Telephone W0 I-5136 for tree bulletin by mail shop WYOMING-CURTIS for better values sits 4.4,-L -N-... I x WYOMING - - - . - . CURTIS Tenants: .IEROME'S SHOES HAIR FASHIONS BY EDWARD MUMFORD SPORT CENTER .I. WEISMAN KOSHER MEATS 81 POULTRY SlMON'S SELF-SERVE MARKET GREATER DETROIT REALTY 81 INSURANCE CO. Compliments of: CASPER C. CUTLER Penobscot Building Best Wishes to the Class of '55 The zmnvsaw Truim cz: FOR YOUR CATERING NEEDS 18451 Wyoming Avenue Detroit 21, Michigan UN. 3-4361 O F Fl C I A L Varsity Sweaters . . . Athletic Equipment poplin jackets and sweatshirts for schools and clubs Ari Knitting Mills 16301 Grand River BR.3-2234 One hundred titty-one to remember . Edison will help you . . . 0 Plan your kitchen 0 Select your lamps 0 Do the laundry easier One of these days, perhaps very soon, youill be starting a home of your own. When that time comes, look to the trained young women in the Home Service Divi- sion at Detroit Edison. They can help you solve many of the homemaking problems that frequently puzzle a new bride. Without charge, they will answer your questions over the telephone . . . send booklets and folders . . . or in some cases make a personal visit. In Detroit, telephone WOodward 2-2100. In other areas, call your nearest Edison Office. P.S. Mother might be interested in some of their 0 Plan a menu 0 Plan a one-dish meal 0 Preserve foods easier O Plan party refreshments D'-iss 43121 4 ' .. , fx - 1 , answers right now. k,-J X, J 1 zfi ' A ii A X 4 .,.,-......,, ., ..-. 5 GD .Q 'E my V it 1 ' , Q! rti i . f' 'ffisz ...... . 9 O S 55555555555ffiififffsfsfsfm 'D ,, "" "Eff ZQ5:5:5g1rf.:.: .,., 'X f F ff"s:1.. 5152... 'ffiififffififif I f' :elif 1. 14 'f 155555 fiffifgf '55' 5555555555 ffffiifffffiffffffff Sffffffjffffffiiffff :rf-2 """ ,Zg Y " f:f:i:3:i:5:1:3fff5f- f2f:f:f:f:f:5:f f , U iziiifififfffiiifiii 555555, , ' X G "', I .. ,L 1 ' Z in 9 ' K 1. 'fi-,, One hundred fifty-two i x I.. . FOR GOODNESS SAKE! MILK ICE CREAM "I Wanf To be your MiIkman" CompIimenTs of LOU'S DELICATESSEN 8224 W. McNichoIs UN 1-1011 UNiversi1y 4-5446 MODERN OFFICE SUPPLY C0 "Your Office Boy" 18091 Wyoming Avenue Defroit 21, Michigan 9700 Oakland TO. 8-5250 GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADS OF '55 Qaeda gow Duke- Vw 17415 Wyoming I Just across Santa Clara from Mumford TR. 5-5751 STAR SALIIAGIIIIG SERVICE WASTE MATERIALS OF ALL TYPES SAM KLETTER 1540 Dallas Avenue Detroit 11, Michigan I Herzberg 8. Keystone FINE FURS 19179 livernois One hundred fifty-three ixlg l PERFECTICN DEMOLAY W . f for X Row one: T. Goldberg, C. Topcilc, H. Newman, G. Ploflcin, 'rreasurerg H. Bez, secrefaryg A. Epsfein, M. C.: S. Surnow, J, C.: C Disner, scribe: D. Pickman, D. Sperer. Row 'rwoz D. Bez, advisor: N. Klegon, M. Eisenman, A. Bolfon, E. Biegelman, A. Slwapero, M. S+ernfeld, A. Millman, M. Krauss, L Tushman, L. Mendersolwn, N. Rofenberg, G. Gafnor, advisor. Row one: R. Diamond, J. Bradley, M. Mi+cl'1ell, A. Zla'rlrin, R. Bolfon, P. M. C.: M. Rubenfire, S. Grosberg, L. Sandubrae, S. Luiz M. Rofenberg. Row iwoz N. Huberf, M. Keys, R. Rome, M. Poriner, H. Lenfer, L. Harris, D. Kaplan, B. Levine, H. Sfone, G. Rosenblaff. Row one: M. Wololr, A. Raznick, S. Salinger, H. Bechelc, M. Bordman, M. Grand, P. Bain, D. Teifelbaum, C. Galin, D, Ganiz. Row fwoc H. Waronoff, S. Harris, L. Sklar, G. Rosin, D. Bernslein, R. Prujan, M. Golden, M. Eichelbaum, M. Krafchman, S. Loslw, S. Megdall. One hundred fifty-five 525 .-S4 as QNX QQD S ERE ' GUDRTEI LFJEEUGU Take the Telephone Company, for example. Anyone who works for Michigan Bell will tell you it's every- thing a girl could want in a job. First, you don't need any experience. You learn your job on the job, and earn a good salary while leaming. Raises are regular and frequent. Your in- come is steady-you can always count on it-and you get annual vacations with pay. Another nice thing about telephone Work is that you'll associate with people your own age, just out of school, too. You'll work in clean, bright, pleasant surroundings. VVhether you prefer to start as a tele- phone operator, a teller or a clerk, you'll find oppor- tunities for advancement. We'd like to tell you more about these and other interesting telephone jobs. Visit us soon, won't you? MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY "A FRIENDLY PLACE TO WORK" One hundred fifty-six 1 I I.. . . - J' MUSIC FOR ALL OCCASIONS Wiamaq fackmcm HIS PIANO AND HIS ORCHESTRA f' 18287 Prairie UNiversiTy 'I-0967 "IT'S BEEN A GREAT FOUR YEARZ MMM . MM - W K MWQTKMZW! figxwflfgr D""'QgQg vnu!!-wi'f""" "H" BMW bjjgx ,wwf ww KWH W? WW! W Q V 6 Wffwfyufy if ' MJ! 9,39 322 cs.m,QwA.,,, ii Wfiflfffw WWEEHMZQWW we for M fig +215 I ' mi gif? "Q aQPa,E,'9:f,!..aP,f6.,L. jiyfwf 5 Bwfyg Zdwft'-45 dm Good Luck IQHLI: Class of ' JERRY MORSE 708 'n 72mg TLEMEN'S ATTIRE UN 4-8490 F0055 'I8'I'I7 Wyoming at Curtis Detroit 21, Michigan UN,I-3999 .HY- I I 1 7471? Wig, V!! 'J ffzff , W AJ Q lf, 41 ww M V I , , ff N44 ""' f f , f4I:"2""e-fi I f I f 4 if "f,w4,fm- , W- Af 'M . , , , ,, Aff! Mis . MNw,.,:,s,.,, I I VV,,, I V I ' 'f if ,wmjy ,f ,,, , ,gf ,W H-Cs. ,ff ,,,, ,,V, W If fhlwrgwflffyk As the din of the typewriters ceases, the ever-present deadline is met, campaigns have ended, and the final pages of the Capri have been sent to the printer, I find a feeling of nostalgia creeping into the mixed emotions that an editor has at a time such as this. Looking back at the school year of 1954-55 and recalling the prob- Iems the staff faced and the difficulties we overcame, mere words seem inadequate to express the deep feelings of gratitude, apprecia- tion, and thanks that I offer my staff, our advisors, Mr. Charles Kauf- man and Mr. Jay Bodzing and the countless others who aided in the publication of the 1955 Capri. And now, I should like to welcome the new staff and give them my very best wishes for a year of success and the hope that their year will be as eventful and as satisfying as was mine. It was wonderfull -MIRIAM One hundred fifty-eight THE i LAST ivtyi' y guygy y 53W ZZQZMZZXLM My mv 1Wf.'.+'f MAA! M7 My f5'WM07C4,,.e..,M,pZZ- W .I . 6716 V . . f of Aix' 'W-:iff TM 16 Jyg E.C, L, 'LW . ,f M ff 6'gx5LL0:1 A c'f-'K-ZLf.v'eL,y 5 s ' "C'ffA - I. , ,M 9537 "M of 615' A Adminisfralors .. Ar'I Club . . . B Band . . . Baseball . Bio-X Club ....... Broadcaslers Club . 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