Mumford High School - Capri Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1956
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Gary Beckerman ...,.,,... ..,............... A ssistant Editor
Harriet Band .......,.. .......... O rganizations Editor
Judy Levin ......... 4. ...4..,., Activities Editor
Richard Gerber ......4........,,.ii..,..,................ Sports Editor
Jennie Kanter, Arleen Kosoglad ...... Art Editors
Ronald Benson .......,.,4...,...,...,. Photography Editor
Jerome Rogoff,Paul Dinu Business Managers
Rosanne Leonard 4...................t.........,..... Sales Manager
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CAPRI . . . 1956
published annually by the
students of the
Samuel C. Mumford High School
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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With the hope that our goals will be reached. we ded-
icate the H956 Capri to our futures. '
It's June again - the end of another school year - al-
though for many of us it is the completion of our high
school education. Here at Mumford we have had many
opportunitiesto train for good citizenship. We have had
many chances to exercise our obligations democraticallyg
we have had freedom to choose courses, to choose repre-
sentatives for our school government, and finally to choose
friends. We have been guided by an understanding fac-
ulty in modern surroundings with excellent educational
facilities. At this time, we face the serious and challeng-
ingi problem of what to do next. These past years are
the key that will help open the door of our futures. What
does this future hold in store for us? lt holds jobs, mar-
riages, service in the Armed Forces, or college. We are free
to make the choice we want and we are limited only by our
capabilities and our ambitions.
"Age. out of heart. impatient sighed:-
l ask what will the future be?"
Youth laughed contentedly. and crietl:-
'lihe future leave to me!" -Florence Earle Coates
Driver Training Was Initiated
With the hope that our goals will be reached, we ded-
icate the 1956 Capri to
It's June again - the
though for many of us
school education. Here
end of another school year - al-
it is the completion of our high
at Mumford we have had many
opportunities to train for good citizenship. We have had
many chances to exercise our obligations democraticallyg
we have had freedom to choose courses, to choose repre-
sentatives for our school government, and finally to choose
friends. We have been guided by an understanding fac-
ulty in modern surroundings with excellent educational
facilities. At this time, we face the serious and challeng-
ing problem of what to do next. These past years are
the key that will help open the door of our futures. What
does this future hold in store for us? It holds jobs, mar-
riages, service in the Armed Forces or college. We are free
to make the choice we want and we are limited only by our
capabilities and our ambitions.
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The road to graduation, travel-
led by our Mustangs, was one
of varied experiences. Though
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lenge, students surmounted the
difficult and bounced back from
the discouraging. At this point on
the road, graduates can look back
over those adventures that are
a joy to remember.
For hope shall brighten days to come and memory
gild the past!" -Thomas Moore
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Sybil Golden, vice-president
Chuck Babbrush, president
Marvin Yagoda, treasurer
Elaine Lerman, secretary
Row one: S. Golden
B. Pines, G. Peck, Presi
dentg J. Copley, F. Sand-
Weiss, R. Holtzman.
Row two: A. Rubin,
B. Wolfe, M. Eisenman,
C. Babbush, L. Blondy.
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Kent, J. Keystone, B.
"The Future Is A World Limited by Ourselves"
Planning senior activities are:
S. Golden, C. Babbush, G. Peck.
M. Eisenman, and J. Copley.
The January Steering Committee under the
sponsorship of Mr. John McDaid, mathematics
instructor, and Miss Margaret Doherty, of the
Foreign Language Department, guided the senior
class through the election of its officers. These
fourteen seniors were selected as representatives
from their respective study halls. From this, the
class went on to successfully complete its senior
Robert Adelson Virginia Albion Donald Allowitz Leonard Blondy Eleanor Boberg
Nancy Appel Shirley Ashley Fred Averbuch Robert Breen Clara Brittingham
Charles Babbush Carol Baer Carole Bagdasarian Sharon Carpenter Shirley Chessler
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David Bernstein Roland Biller
Seniors show their appreciation to the senior sponsors
Myron Bordman Paul Borman
Lawrence Brown Patricia Buj an
Lawrence Cohen Nienta CO0k
Phyllis Cooper Joel Copley Judith Copley
Betty Cox Patricia Crawford Ann Daitch
Leon Davidson Adrienne Davis Elaine Davis
E. Lerman addresses the seniors at their annual break-
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Patricia DePue I Deena Deutch William Dickerson
Thomas Dolson Robert Dorsch Stephen Economy
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Marvin Eichelbaum Myron Eigenman Sharon Ellman Rose Marie Gorisek Allan Grant l
Donald Engel Dorell Faur Erwin Feldman Roberta Holtzman Doris Jackson
Walter Forman Sheila FfCid
Helen Fruchter Harold Gayer Howard Glazer
Sybil Golden Barry Goodman James
Brenda Fried Jack Jordan Herbert Kahn
The "Senior Roundup" offers a variety of entertainment.
Joan Harldlemhln JoAnn Hill Arlene Kauffman Annie Kendrick Murilynn Kent
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Howard Jacobs Francis Jones Michael Kent Gilbert Key-Smith Jack Keystone
Harold Kalt Marshall Kaplan Carole Koorhan Sanford Kravetz Julian Kutingky
Intermissions as well as dancing prove enjoyable at the
Constance Langridge Gloria Larsen Sharon Leeman
Elinor Lefkovitz Elaine Lerman Gerard Letzer
Gerald Levitt Michael Lewis Richard Lewiston JoAnn McConachie Gary Madvin
Myrna Lightstone Eileen Linovitz Allan Lippitt Dorothy Martin Donna Mazer
Alan Lober Betty Lowell Paul Lowy Nancie Miller Arthur Millman
Donald Luckey Paul Lutz Bruce Lyons Tyrone Morris Phyllis Moser
'Should auld acquaintance be forgot ....
Jeanne Mackey Harriet Mackie Mae McBurrows TWe'1fY'fW0
Barbara Margolis Lynne Markle Judith Norbom Melba Norris Thomas Oldham
Lynne MCHZCI Fred Miller Terry O,Neill Mary Orr Eugene Parker
Carole Monahan James Moore Gary Peck Barbara Pines Elaine Pliskow
Suzanne Nathan Barbara NHUIIIHII Gary Plotkin Dolores Porter Lois Poskel
Aaron Posner Patricia Preville Max Rgbertggn
Stephen Rogers Eugene Rosenberg lleene Rosenzweig
Harvey Rubenstein Arthur Rubin Sheldon Salinger
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Barbara Saphirstein Esther Saslove Paul Scharg
Howard Schwartz Ralph Schweinfurth Marilyn Seidon
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Julius Smith Selma Spitzer
Seymour Surnow Doris Tabaka
In The Service:
Marshall Soskin i
Beverly Seyburn Jacqueline Shapiro
Barbara Sies Stanford Singer
Diane Steinhardt Stanley Stone
Ina Terman Elinor Thomas
George Thompson Jo Margery Tilds Charles Topcik
Iris TOPOY Barbara Toppel Richard Walker
NOFUW-11 Wedal James Weisberg Haffigt Weiss
Robert Wolfe Barbara Woontner Dorothy Yagoda
Twenfy-five Marvin Yagoda Lorraine Yolles Barbara Zelmon
Maida Granoff, Vice-President
Harvey Lapides, President
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Robert Shaye, Treasurer
Joan Rodman, Secretary
Jerry Rogoff, steering committee
chairman, Noel Lipprnan,Jackie Mill-
er, Sheila Starman and Lois Fried
conduct a senior meeting.
June Steering Committee Outlined Senior Activities
Row one: D. Rosen, L. Fried J.
Rogoff, S. Starman, J. Miller.
Row two: S. Spector, C. Hochman,
H. Bez, C. Brooks, N. Lippman, P.
Prior to the election of senior class officers,
the June Steering Committee guided the seniors
through their first activities. Their major job
was to set up the system for electing class officers.
These early efforts were a contributing factor to
the later successful commencement activities.
This Committee, chosen on their counselors, re-
commendations, was supervised by Miss
Margaret Doherty and Mr. John McDaid.
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Seniors receive the last minute instructions before enter-
ing the auditorium.
Harriet Band Morris Bank Ronald Benson Catherine Berenholc Micheline Berenholc
Betsyrose Barris Howard Barron r Paul Berem Joyce Berman
Diane Bell Donald Bennett Herbert Bez Hamid BCZFIOS Rhoda Bigelman
"Swing Out" is a momentous occasion for seniors.
William Biscomb , Arlene Black Douglas Bloom
Harvey Bloom Sallie Bloom Stephen Bloom
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Judith Caplan Michael Caplan
Carol Castleman Harriet Ceasar
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Merna Cohn Norman Cohn
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Sandra Cowan Claire Crawford Rosa Crawford
Lenore Cronovich Waller Czeizler Marlene Danto
Carole Dahnke Ronald Davis Sheila Davis
Leslie Denison Anita Deutsch Leonard Dinkin
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Deanna Dunsky David Durning
Seniors had fun at the Echo
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Marvin Dubin Carol Duncan
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Carol Dvorin Stephen Ehrlich Susanne Feldman Robert Feldstein Gloria Fenton
Lawrence Epstein Sylvia Epstein
Marjorie Ferguson Bede Feuerman Sandra Firght
Snow trip proves successful for J. Caplan, R. Jacoby,
J. Willis. J. Simon, and S. Bailes.
Marilyn Fisher Deayaen Fleishman Gwendolyn Flowers
5 Stanley Freedman Lois Fried Paul Fried
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Madeline Garber Rosalyn Goodman Sheldon Gordon
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Solemnity reigns over graduation ceremony.
Norma Giacobone Ilene Gilman Bernard Gitlin
Rona Goldstein Michael Goode Maida Granoff Bernard Green Lois Greenberg
Brenda Goren Hershel Goren William Greenwald Judith Griem Hanna Gruenbanm
Shirley Graff Joan Gunsberg Melvyn Gvazda Lawrence Hack
Proud parents record graduation festivities.
Sola Hamburger Bobbie Hampton Eileen Harelik
Jerome Harris Joyce Haydu Rhoda Hechtman
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Carol Henry Gail Hewitt
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Neal Kalish Rachelle Kane
Andrew Karay Carole Karp
Carole Katz Myrna Katz
Proud seniors finish 'Swing Out" parade.
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Frances Karris Sondra Katler Peggy Kellum Lawrence Kepes Sheldon Kirsch
Nancy Katz Annette Klein Donald Klein Jacquelyn Klein'
Professional photographers are also interested in grHdU3fi0T1-
Susan Klinger Florence Kobaker Judith Koenig
Marcia Kollen berg Elaine Kolodin
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Alan Kurzman Janice Kuschinski
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Anita Kramer Aaron Kranitz Lee Lasser Barbara Lawrence
Arthur Kretchmer Alden Leib Elaine Lentzer
Judith Levin Arlene Levy
H. Lapides, senior class president, outlines the semester's activities
Paul Lang Doris Langer Harvey Lapides Thirty-eight
Beryl Lawson Helaine Lee Joan Lewis Gary Lichtman Darryl Lieberman
Carole Lepofsky Lois Levi Michael Lieberman Richard Limond Deborah Linderman
Sylvia Levy Florence Lewis Sarah Lippitt
June grads, M. Weingarden, R. Miller, H. Lapides and
J. Kanter are among the first to buy senior pins.
Noel Lippman Nora Lister
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Marilyn Lurie David Lustig Nancy Lustig
Marilyn Lux Kenneth Lynn
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Harold Minsky Lillie Mitchell
N. Kalish, B. Feldstein, N. Superfon,
Gary Milan Alan Miller Judith Morton Jerome Moss
Myrna Miller Reva Miller Shirlee Musket
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Deanna Moore Carl Morton
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Allan Nachman Arlene Nachman
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Diane Reed Edward Reifman
Carol Robinson Leonard Robinson
H. Lapides and J. Caplan display friendly
Theodore Perchan Sydelle Photsios Ronald Plavnick Pony-:wo
Elaine Rappoport Alan Raznick Jerome Rogoff Richard Rome Margery Rose
Howard Reznick Deborah Riklin Deborah Rosen Robert Rosen Arthur Rosenbaum
Sharon Robinson Joan Rodman Martin Rosenbaum Gary Rosenblatt David Rosenthal
competition over the senior elections.
Glenn Rosm Richard Rosm Norman Rotenberg
Forty-three Linda Roth Rosalie Roth Alan Rothenberg
Mark Saidman Barbara Salicoff
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Suzanne Schecter Michael Schiff Paula Schiff Forty-four Students and diplomat:
Donald Schollenberger Donald Schore Dgnald Sherman William Sherman Marilyn Shifman
Barbara SChW21rtZ Shirley Schwartz Rosalie Shifman Keith Shw
Lois Shapiro Robert Shaye
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Mitchell Simmer Theodore Simon Jo Anne Simons
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Marilyn Stein Mary Stein
DCUIUS S0l0lTlOl'l Robert Steinberger David Steinhardt
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James Spertner Alan Spivak Sheila Stamell Furry-six
Stephen Stecker Beverly Stein Jerome Stewart Robert Stewart Ronald Stewart
Ronald Stein Barbara Steinberg Shari Stifter Mabel Strachan Harold Stulberg
Pearl Stephens Ronald Stern Neil Superfon Harvey Tack Marilyn Tannenbaum
at the commencement reception.
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Judith Taub Stewart Teal Dale Teitelbaum
Barbara Theophelis Louise Tiedt Constantine Trahiotis
Patricia Trethaway James Vasu Robert Verona
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William Walker Seymour Wander Janet Waserman
Laurence Wasser Frederic Wasserman Lawrence Wasserman
Ronald Weber Lois Weinberger
Richard Weiner Joel Weingarden
Sandra Weisman Joan Weiss
Barbara Weiner Geraldine Weiner Stuart Wilber Jean Wilder
Margery Weingarden Doris Weisman
Michael Weiss -Geraldine Weissman
James Wines Gene Wolfson
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David Askenazy Leonard Atkins Fay Ayers
William Anklam Gerald Dreer Larry Edelheit
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President ..,.....4...... Alvin Schwartz
Vice-President ,........... Ralph Korn
Secretary ...........,,...i. Joyce Chudler
Treasurer .................. John Gustkey
Preparation is the keynote to a successful graduation...
and listened to Mr. Selwyn Alvey give the Com-
Joyce Chudler Fifty
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Finally, they received their coveted diplomas.
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Journeying through school, a
Mustang joihed organizations
which appealed to his individual
interests and hobbies. Mumford's
twenty-five clubs, which were al-
ways anxious for new members,
were sponsored by the faculty
and provided Mumfordites with
fun, companionship, and the
chance to perform many school
Pleasures afford more delight when shared with others!"
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R. Hubert and B. Holman are en-
grossed in chess strategy.
Girls, abandon diets for special French Club meeting,
S. Gclmnn :ind S. Cohen join in "Town Meeting." M. Shapiro, A. Nagid, S. Bodzin buy LlCC11lS from M. Simmers. E. Von Vullier G. Senerjir
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Eder, A. Neiman are creating.
Latin Club members enjoy traditional Roman games.
Contact fellow hams. N. Mooradiun finishes ll commercial poster. Science Club members almost liquify air
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I.M.S.S.C. Promoted Sportsmanship Throughout
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Row one: C. Goode, M.
Schmier, secretaryg A. Croll,
vice-presidentg J. Kuschinski,
president, L. Levi, D. Dunsky.
Row two: Mr. J. Ruddon,
sponsor, S. Lippitt, C. L. Sie-
gan, S. Sanders, F. Sturman,
B. Cohen, C. Karp, C, Castle-
Row three: M. Lightstone,
J. Stein, A. Lezell, M. Meyer-
son, G. Flowers, E. Eserow, B.
Lowell, M. Rose.
Not pictured: M. Danto. J.
Fuerst, P. Kellum.
To promote good sportsmanship throughout
Mumford was the purpose of the Intra-Metropol-
itan Student Sportsmanship Sub Council. Super-
vised by Mr. John Ruddon of the Social Studies
Department, the I.M.S.S.C. co-operated with the
city-wide organization and was responsible for
flying the school's I.M.S.S.C. flag. This flag de-
noted Mumford's practice of good sportsmanship
in all the athletic activities of our school.
Selling "MN pins, sponsoring the "Touchdown
Trompu, which honored Mumford's football team,
and encouraging school spirit through pep rallies
were their main functions.
Dick Pollinger, Eilene Eserow, and Brenda Cohen
blly the popular "M" pins from Allan Croll.
Carol Karp, Janet Kuschinski, Allan Croll, Marlene
Danto. and Marilyn Schmier display the IMSSC flag
at every pep rally to encourage good sportsmanship.
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Row one: M. Berman, S
Perlman, G. Pastor, M. Nelson
M. Shifman, B. McKenzie, P
Row two: C. Ackerman, L
Ross, L. Silverman, E. Cohen
B. Lebowitz, M. Ferguson, H
Rosenberg, F. Averbuch, S
Row three: S. Starman, B
Zelmon, M. Katz, R. Shaye
R. Pollinger, L. Yolles, F
Spector, D. Jackson, S. Stifter
Row One: D. Linderman, M, Light-
tone, B. Steinberg, vice-president: J.
iasson, president: M. Silver, secre-
ary-treasurer: R. Goodman.
Row Two: S. Bailen, F. Schrage,
2. Shifman, S. Kotzer, M. Sammer,
VI. Tannenbaum, S. Graff, M. Shif-
nan, Mr. M. Weisz, sponsor.
Row Three: J. Nosanchuk, N. Su-
Jerfon, P. Borman, M. Copper, A.
Nachman, J. Stewart,'L. K. Snider,
A. Bolton, S. Solovich,
Not pictured: P. Quint, B, Feuerman,
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Current Affairs Club Deboted Political Issues
To further enlighten students on current political affairs
and give them training for possible entry into the field
of politics were the purposes of the Current Affairs Club.
Sponsored by Mr. Melvin Weisz, social studies instruct-
or, the club sponsored a political symposium to which the
entire student body was invited. Their other activities in-
cluded a visit to the new City- County Building, guest
speakers and an annual trip to the State Capitol at Lans-
ing. There, they were given an opportunity to imeet
the Governor, watch the Legislature in action and see
the various official buildings.
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affairs symposium on "Is Installment
Buying a Threat to Our Economy?"
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Levin, P. Altman, D. Gerber.
Row Two: D. Linderman, A. Aus
lander, J. Caplan, H. Goren, J. Got
tlieb, B. Steinberg, B. Feuerman.
Not pictured: J. Kanter, W. For-
man, M. Kent and A. Kosoglad.
Outstanding Journalists Honored
By Quill and Scroll Society
Membership in Quill and Scroll, an honorary society
for high school journalists, was secured by students who
did outstanding work on Mumfordls yearbook and school
newspaper. International in scope, the society encourages
and rewards individual achievement in journalism and its
In order to be selected, these students had to be seniors
with a scholastic standing in the upper one third of their
class. In addition, they had to obtain a recommendation
from their individual sponsor for having done superior
work in the field of journalism. This recommendation
also had to be approved by the secretary of the National
Quill and Scroll Society.
Mr Jay Bodzin discusses advertis
ing yearbook layouts with Jennie
Kanter Walter Forman Mitzi Kent
and Arleen Kosoglad
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Row One: Mr. J. Soltesz, sponsor: S. Resk, M. Garber, J. Saperstein. H. Sorokin, P. Konek. A. Klein, H.
Gruenbaum. J. Gantz, S. Bloom, M. Schumer. B. Salicoff.
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Harelik, D. Arkin, G. Hollander.
Under the supervision of Mr. Joseph Soltesz
of the Commercial Department, the Office Co-op
provided an opportunity for students interested
in the business world to gain experience by work-
ing in offices. Through this plan, members re-
ceived school credit, business training, and a
Sponsored by Mrs Helen Sloney, commercial
teacher, the Mamselles studied the different
phases of retailing with particular emphasis on
clothes' fashion. Among the activities of this club
were a behind the scenes trip through the J. L.
Hudson Company, listening to speakers from
well-known modeling school, and a spring fashion
Mamselles learn valuable tips from a visiting fashion model.
Future Retailers-Row one:
xl I U U German, J. Haydu. B. Rubenfire S Schecter treasurer G Hewitt
' president, S. Carlin, vice-president: P. Manheimer. secretary E Rosett L Roth
Row two: B. Brown, S. Littky, B. Lawson, S. Opperman, S Snyder Miss E Bunn sponsor S
Feldman, J. Smith, H. Burke, J. Aron, D. Reed,
Explored the Various Phases of the Business World
An affiliate of the Retail Merchants of Detroit,
the Future Retailers was sponsored by Miss Edith
Bunn, commercial instructor. Meeting daily as a
class, they received school credit for attending
classes in the morning and for working in local
retail stores in the afternoon.
Various activities of this group included par-
ticipation in city wide contests, attending Va re-
tailing convention at the University of Michigan,
and participating in a dinner at the Statler Hotel,
given in honor of their employers.
Mamselles-Row One:-P. Kellum, treasurer N Iczkovitz S Green vice president M
Ferguson, president: S. Hart. secretary G Flowers
Row Two: Mrs. H. Sloney. sponsor B Tebbetts P Barnett N Victorson S Sander
Row Three: J. Sapala, F. Mittleman, L Foreman J Ross C Dworktn B Lowell
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"Spotlight on Mumford." This phrase marked
the beginning of each Monday morning news
broadcast over Mumford's public address system.
These programs, given during the record room
periods, included all important school announce-
Under the supervision of Mr. Earl Matthews,
English instructor, the Broadcasters' Club made
tape-recordings for the school's audio library.
Included was their major production of "Snow
Row one: S. Kotzer, E. Settino,
secretary: W. Goodman, president:
R. Shaye. vice-president: M. Cohen.
treasurer: B. McKenzie.
Row two: P. Ornstein. S. Good-
man. J. Doner, F. Spector, S. Coden.
C. Lewis, Mr. E. Matthews. sponsor.
Row three: H. Moltz, A. Foon. N.
Victorson. D. Linderman. L. Smok-
ler, C. Karp. L. Levi.
Row four: K. Lynn. D. Czajka, D.
Pollinger, A. Nachman, S. Sandler,
B. Heller, S. Goldman.
Not pictured: S. Economy, J. Lev-
in, D. Nelson.
Broadcasters and Hams
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Pauline Ornstein and newscasters,Keneth Lynn and Bob
Shaye, begin the Monday morning broadcast.
Stuart Bloom and Eric von Valtier are transmitting
Ito. New Zealand as David Cutler confirms the trans-
W8GMP were the call letters of the Radio
Club whose members studied the method of short
wave communication. After discussing the codes
and theories of communication, the club, with
its sponsor, Mr. Maxwell Hutchinson, social
studies head, constructed and used short wave
receivers and transmitters.
During this past year the Radio Club increased
its power, constructed a new transmitter and
communicated with licensed stations all over the
Row one: Mr. M. Hutchinson,
sponsor: S. Bloom, vice-Pfesidemi
' E. von Valtier prSSid6I1fLK. ShwaYdef
Row two: M. Silver, N. Superfon,
R. Pollinger, D. Cuttler, H. Lenter.
Not pictured: G. Semerlianf S-
Brown, J. Jenks.
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Students spend many hours of studying at Mumford's library making valuable use of its numerous facilities.
Library Staff Maintained Efficiency in the Mumford Library
Under the guidance of Mrs. Marie Webster and Miss Nona
Duffy, school librarians, members of the Library Staff gained
valuable experience in the running of a library by managing
general circulation of Mumford's library books. In addition to
performing an indispensable service to the faculty and students,
the members received two and one half hours of credit in the li-
brary science course.
During this past year, the group visited The Detroit News and
saw both the specialized library, which is one of the largest of
its type in the country, and the huge press rooms.
Bettie Schottenfels, Miss Nona Duffey, and Judy Greely
check in Gloria Brown's and Elaine Ash's books while
Renee Sherman looks up a requested reference.
Row One: M. Allender, B. Farber,
B. Steinberg, treasurer, J. Palmer,
president, S. Lewis, secretary, M.
Ernstein, B. Berman.
Row Two: S. Duffy, sponsor, S.
Slowman, B. Bleasbe, B. Schottenfels,
A. Schneider, R. Neuvirth, J. Cobel,
J Mrs. M. Webster, sponsor.
Row Three: E. Densen, M. Resnick,
N. Rosenthal, J. Small, P. Deidrick,
J. Greely, C. Coggan.
Row Four: J. Gilbert, T. Goldberg,
J. Kass, R. Karpinski, J. Helman,
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Bowie, D. Holland, A. Mat
thews, E. Seaborn, D. Martin,
Iggy I", Hi-Y-Row one. J. Schaef
fer, Q. Peterson, R. Black,
vice-presidentg I. Coats, trea-
surer, B. Holmes, secretary:
Row two: A. Widman, T
Rabior, E. Vulpe, H. Weitzer,
S. Bologna, P. Leidly, Mr. F
Row three: W. Laidly, M
O'Donnell, D. A. Leuchey, R
L. Ashton, D. Rahovan, M
Aure, W. Biscomb.
Not pictured: B. Netzer,
president, Mr. J. Soltesz, spon-
sor, L. Rahovan, J. Purdon, J.
Price, R. Uhrich.
Hi-Y and Y-Teens Cooperatecl to Render
As one of their many activities, the Mumford
Hi-Y sponsored the spring and fall clothing
drives. The boys also participated in the publica-
tion and sale of football programs and created
the Student Emergency Fund, from which stu-
dents could borrow money in case of need.
To create, maintain, and entend throughout
the school and community high standards of
character and conduct were the aims of Hi-Y.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Floyd Dain, social
studies teacher, the group was affiliated with
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Dear, B. Romain, M. Norris Vs 4 1
C. Baxter, K. Benson, N. Ken- A
nedy, V. Patton.
Row three: C. Matthews, L. '
Ross, J. Efrusy, A. Blandino,
M. Ferguson, P. Agnew, B.
Row four: L. Kuhn, N.
Klenke. B. Brown, K. Boden-
horn. D. Zale, J. Price, L.
Mumfordites enjoy the Ply-
mouth Rock, a dance co-spon-
sored by the Hi-Y and Y-
Service ond Sponsor Sociol Affairs
Service, companionship, and sociability were
the aims of the Mumford Y-Teens. This organiza-
tion, sponsored by Mrs. Marie Snyder, English
instructor, managed the sale of refreshments at
the Mumford home football games and had sever-
al dances and a hayride for its own enjoyment.
The group, which was affiliated with the
Y.W.C.A., has also worked with the Hi-Y and
co-sponsored the Plymouth Rock, a highly suc-
cessful autumn dance.
Y-Teens-Row one: Mrs. M
Snyder, sponsor, P. Walker
chaplain, B. McKenzie, vice-
presidentg G. Hewitt, president
C. Bissinger, I.C.C. representa-
tive, N. Lister, secretaryg W
Row two: J. Martin, S
Sanders, L. Martin, R. Lowell,
E. Harhonen, L. McMaster, R.
Doumanian, S. Walker.
Row three: E. Basinger, J.
Dahl, B. Marsh, S. Hargreaves,
L. Bogden, B. Lowell, B. Wren-
Row four: L. McKinney, N
Hoyes, M. Fromhart, J. Lush
I. Brown, M. Gill, B. Bohn, Pi
Capturing the mood of old Spain in an amusing skit are Senores Steve
Ehrlich, Larry Coggan, Charles Olender, Patil Fried, Richard Gerber and
Senoritas Janet Bing and Deanna Dunsky.
Row one: A. Gottlieb, F
Lieberman, treasurer, P. Fried,
secretary, D. Dunsky, presi
dentg R. Gerber, vice-president
B. Pines, R. Morris.
Row two: R. Holtzman, B
Theophelis, S. Starman, H
Rosenberg, C. Olender, N'
Members of the Spanish and
Dramatization of native plays, singing Spanish
folk songs and listening to informative speeches
given by teachers, students and special guests
were among the activities of the Spanish Club.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Helen McKenzie,
Spanish teacher, the club visited local displays
of Spanish art and attended concerts of that
country's music. Through these activities the club
became better acquainted with the customs and
traditions of Spain.
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Row three: M. Lurie, R. Big-
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er, E. Linovitz, D. Rosen, K
Row four: B. Lawrence, S.
Ehrlich, D. Bennett, M. Katz,
F. Spector, L. Coggan.
Not pictured: Mrs. H. Mc-
Kenzie, sponsor, M. Danto, S. S
Fis, S. Goodman, F. Schultz,
G. Pastor, S. Crane, I. Waser-
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Through interesting movies and informative
discussions, the Latin Club, under the guidance
of Dr. Edith Kovach, Language head, acquainted
students with the classic civilization of ancient
Greece and Rome.
This year club members were entertained with
talks by Dr. Kovach about her various travels to
Greece, Italy and Spain. Roman games, movies,
slide lectures and an annual Saternalia, a Latin
Christmas party, highlighted their activities.
Dale Teitelbaum and Diane Steinhardt.
Row one: J. Mallory, G.
Peck, consulg D. Steinhardt,
scribag D. Teitelbaum, consulg
Dr. E. Kovach, sponsor, F.
Row two: M. Lakoff, C.
Coggan, S. Spector, H. Goren,
R. Pollinger, P. Quint, C. Bis-
singer, M. Lazarov.
Not pictured: M. Robins,
quaestor: R. Gilbert, historg
E. Frank, R. Saltsman, S.
Enthusiasm for French Customs and Traditions
Was Promoted by French Club Members
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relates her experiences to Mrs. Naida Dostal and French
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Row one: Joyce Weintraub, Joanne Weintraub, G. Sanuer, A. Faren, S. Lappan, L.
Zimmerman, J. Katzman.
Row two: G. Graff, E. Gunsberg, M. Danto, D. Krops, S. Cohen, J. Kanter, L. Olen.
Row three: G. Fenton, S. Bailen, N. Lustig, S. Robinson, E. Cohen, N. Brookstein, I.
Row four: G. Weiner, B. Bortman, C. Cohn, R. Lax, B. Brown, D. Usher, C. Rice, J.
Baggleman, S. Ruch.
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Row one: J. Miller,
E. Ash, corresponding secretary, J. Waserman, president C Goode
secretaryg H. Band, treasurer, H. Hackelman.
Row two: S. Dorf, J. Litvin, J. Lusk, S. Perlman, E. Cohen, M. Berman S Bloom R
Gantz, Mrs. N. Dostal,
Row three: L. Fried, C. Karp, A. Kosoglad, L. Shapiro, S. Bayklan G Ballies M
Meyerson, L. Zuckerman, R. Yaffe.
Row four: A. Ausla
nder, J. Brown. C. Ackerman, B. Winston, B. Freedland E Lappin
P. Bernstein, C. Robins, S. Safran, J. Kuschinski.
l'Bonjour, mes amisf' This greeting
was common at meetings of the French
Club sponsored by Mrs. Naida Dostal,
Members enjoyed French music and
travelogues delivered by students, teach-
ers and guest speakers who had visited
France.:Songs, music and tasty French
food were on the agenda of the annual
dinner, which is held at a different De-
troit high school each year.
Row one: Mrs. M. Kelly, sponso
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R. Bigelman, president: L. Levi, vice-president: M. Lurie.
Row two: B. Woloveck. L. Austin, C. Coggan. L. Farbman, D. Rosen,
B.Lowell. A. Henry.
Row three: E. Redlich, D. Dunsky, B. Jones, R. Morris, A. Kramer, G.
Samuels. J. Frimet, B. Pines.
Row four: J. Morton, C. Robinson, S. White, A. Klein, A. Black, J.
Baskin, J. Ashby,
Not pictured: J. Copley, treasurer.
Sharon Robinson and Geraldine Weiner gain valuable
experience through cadet teaching at Bagley School.
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Study ond Practice Aided Prospective Educators
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To interest and acquaint Mumford students
with a career in teaching was the purpose of the
Future Teachers' Club, under the supervision of
Mrs. Marion Kelly. This organization was a
junior affiliate of the National Education Associa-
At their bi-monthly meetings the members
were shown the various phases of teaching
through movies and guest speakers. Their ac-
tivities varied from spending an enjoyable day
observing and attending lectures at Wayne Uni-
versity to cadet teaching at various schools in
this vicinity wherein the members received actual
experience in working with children.
Row one: G. Flowers, K. Siegel, F. Schrage, E. Linovitz, S. Littky, I
Row two: C. Lepofsky. S. Ellman, G. Jackson, A. Itskovitz, B. Freed
Row three: G. Fenton, G. Weiner, S. Kotzer, J. Baggleman, E. Rappo
port, L. Foreman.
Row four: B. Zelmon, S. Latimer. D. Bennett, I. Kass, A. Little, J
Doner, R. Shifman.
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Row one: R. Zwerdling, R. Huber
D. Rottenberg, H. Shevitz, R. Mel-
Row two: L. Wasser, H. Lenter, H
Goren, K. Shwayder, Mr. H. Davis
Heavy Concentration Typified Chess Club Sessions
Barr Wolman is ondering over
Don Solomon's move.
Using internationally recognized rules and
scoring methods, the Mumford Chess Club met
once a week for two hours, their sole purpose to
play chess. For this reason the club designated
a separate time for business meetings.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Harold Davis,
mathematics instructor, the group developed a
national rating for each of its members and played
several tournaments against other high school
Row one: I. Bank, C. Babbush,
L. Blondy, secretary-treasurerg R
Wolfe, presidentg N. Klegon, vice-
presidentg S. Bloom, lieutenant-
governorg E. Barris.
Row two: W. Caldwell, R. Jaw
orski, S. Bologna, H. Schwartz
D. Rakovan, M. Aure, B. Black
A. Bolton, H. Glazer, J. Tracht.
Norman Klegan and Ralph Wise explain the ob-
jectives of the Key Club to Sid Blatnikoff, Robert
Black and Ed Barris.
Helping the unfortunate, building character
and giving service to the school were the main
functions of the Key Club. It was associated
with the Northwest Kiwanis, a branch of the Na-
tional Organization, and was sponsored by Mr.
Selwyn Alvey, Mumford Counselor. This year
the club sent two representatives to the Key Club
National Convention in Houston, Texas.
Two hearing aids, which were loanable to any
student or member of the community, were pur-
chased by the group. Money for this purpose was
raised by the sale of pennants at our football
Row one: M. Lightstone, S. Bruce, R. Mor-
ris, secretaryg G. Hewitt, president, B. Krakow.
treasurer, E. Berk, E. Grad.
Row two: P. Innes, A. Neiman, L. Silvers
L. Rubenstein, A. Miller, F. Heinemann, B.
Weiner, Mr. J. Siddall, sponsor.
Row three: A. Kosoglad, R. Roberman, J.
Moss, E. Spector, S. Surowitz, R. Barcus, B.
Row four: J. Kurtz, L. Limond, M. Bayer,
G. Posen, M. Levin, S. Milgrom, C. Smith,
Not pictured: B. McKenzie, J. Kantor, N.
Aspiring Students Developed Their
Talent in the Art Club
Paint, pencil and ink were the drawing instru-
ments that provided hours of relaxation and fun
to members of the Art Club.
Under the direction of Mr. James Siddall, fine
arts instructor, the club was open to any student
who was interested in art and wished to practice
his hobby. Among their activities were posters
for various school functions and the construction
and design of sets for the Mumford plays.
Experimenting with block printing are Barbara Shap-
iro, Enid Burk, Barbara Crakow, Adele Neimen, and
The ideas of Gail Posen, Barbara Krakow, Merna
Lightstone, Barbara Shapiro, Nana Ollerman. and
Enid Burk take form with water color in the Drawing
and Painting class.
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watching Mr. Sam Ascher perform an experiment with liquid
nitrogen, amazed Science Club members discover that the fumes cause
the air to freeze.
Stimulating interest in science was the main
purpose of the Science Club. This club, under the
sponsorship of Mr. Samuel Ascher,science in-
structor, performed unusual and advanced experi-
ments which were displayed to a group of science
instructors from all parts of the country. The
conference with these men, prominent in the
field of science, highlighted the clubis activities.
This year the club also took various scientific
field trips, including a visit to the Dow Chemical
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Members of The
Row one: L. Goldstein, M.
Simmer, secretary-treasurer: G.
Weiner, president: D. Teitel-
baum, vice-president: I. Bank,
Row two: S. Stecker, A.
Zlatkin, R. Tanner, N. Hubert,
A. Nachman, R. Shaye, J.
Row three: G. Beckerman
M. Gould, R. Eisenberg, H
Goren, L. Brotman, D. Castle-
man, W. Dishell, A. Phillips.
Not pictured: Mr. S. Ascher
sponsor: G. Flowers, J. Rogoff
Fields of Matter
Row one: Miss M. Middle-
ton, sponsor, H. Malone, presi
dent, L. Poskel, secretary.
Row' two: M. Cohl, R. Ca-
hill, treasurer, T. Lucas, vice-
Not pictured: A. Morof, D
Levey, N. Levy.
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Using their new dissecting set, Arnold Morof, Lois Poskel Richard
Cahill, and Ted Lucas perform an autopsy on a squirrel
Research and experiments in biology as well
as many of the other sciences were among the
activities of the Bio-X Club. This year's work
included experiments in electronics, astronomy
and some of the other regular high school
The group with its sponsor, Miss Margaret
Middleton, science instructor, attended the Michi-
gan Junior Academy of Science of which they
were active members.
During the past year the club won several
awards for its achievements in biology, astronomy
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Row one: R. Chosid, G. Beckerman, G. Rosenberg. R. Ryback, S. Porvin, S. Conway, W. Dishell,
M. Cohn, F. Prime.
Row two: Mr. P. Bernd. coach: D. Buchalter, M. Goode, L. Blondy, S. Kravitz, H. Sandweiss, C.
Eastman, A, Rosenbaum, D. Bernstein, E. Siegel, H. Stulberg. S. Bologna.
Row three: J. Spertner, G. Madvin, M. Kratchman, P. Reveno, A. Horne, H. Shapero, R. Perujin,
A. Rothenberg, H. Yaker, B. Sarver, J. Ridley.
Row four: J. Mengel, J. Weisberg, B. Sehrott, S. Sinai, G. Lustig, G. Mullen, O. Trowell, D. Hass,
A. Neuman, D. Walton.
Not pictured: H. Newman, C. Reeves.
Letter Winners Received Recognition in the "M" Club
HGood sportsmanship and service to our
schoolv was the motto of the M-Club. Sponsored
by coaches, Harold Grove, Paul Bernd, George
Cairns, Jim Kelly, and Stanley Mullin, the club
strove to develop good sportsmanship at Mum-
Membership in this group was open to any
boy who had been awarded a letter in an organ-
ized sport played at Mumford. In addition, club
membership was considered a reward for school
Coach Stanley Mullin shows Paul Fried and Gary
Beckerman the list of the latest letter winners.
Row one: R. Walton, J. Moss. R. Black, treasurerg M. Schiff, president, S. Levine, vice-president
I. Cascade, secretaryg M. Lewis.
Row two: Mr. S. Mullin, coachg R. Gerber, I. Starr, S. Sandler, B. Biscomb, H. Lapides, T. O'Nei1l
J. Katshman, Mr. M. Kelly, coach. -
ROW three! Mr. H. Grove. Coachz S- L-HX, S. Ehrlich, C. Babbush, H. Lambert, R. Wolfe, L. Mendel-
sohn, A. Croll, D. Rosenthal.
Row four: R. Tanner, R. Holmes, A. Breyer, R. Jacobs, H. Rubenstein, N. Kalish, M. Silber, B. Netzer
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surerg G. Flowers.
Shear, E. Redlich, J. Firmet
L. Zuckerman, L. Fried, G.
Samuels, S. Sanders.
zell, L. Smokler, P. Kellum, J.
Baskin, S.Bez, B. Lowell.
Brotherhood-Theme of Human Relations Club
Under the supervision of Miss Dorothy Perron, social studies
teacher, and Mr. Paul Kerber, vocational instructor, the Human
Relations Club collected and distributed canned goods to welfare
associations to be used in Thanksgiving baskets for needy families.
Striving to promote brotherhood in our daily lives here at Mum-
ford, this organization sponsored the program marking Brother-
hood Week. Listed on their agenda were movies on racial pro-
blems, special speakers and trips to various settlement houses.
Members were active participants in the Junior Round' Table
which included students from various high schools working toward
the improvement of human relations.
Working together to pack cans for the annual can
drive are Principal C. E. Frazer Clark and club mem-
bers, Lois Fried and John Olson.
Row one: E. Gunsberg, F.
Schrage, K. Shifman, C. Cog-
t 'f' 3 .,., gan, B. Blacher, M. Becker,
sorg T. Jones, B. Lawrence, J.
A. Croll, S. Ehrlich.
ter, E. Portner.
aa Row four: E. Lefkovitz, S
Ellman, A. Bolton, S. Surnow
E. Casterlow, S. Bailes, J. Bag
gleman, A. Little, T. Holley.
Not pictured: M. DeGray.
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Row one: S. Dawes, S. Bail-
S. Littky, president, C. Karp,
secretary, M. Shifman, trea-
Row two: S. Novitz, J. Moss,
J. Stein, I. Settas, L. Siegel,
N. Katz, Miss D. Perron, ad-
Row three: J. Haydu, D.
Row four: K. Beckerman, R.
Chaenko, M. Granoff, A. Le-
Doner, F. Spector, D. Jackson,
Row three: M. Lipsky, L.
Olen, S. Levitt, G. Fenton, D.
Martin, M. Cohn, A. Schach-
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Row one: J. Katchem, Miss D. Patterson, sponsor, H. Moltz, advisor, K. Lynn, advisorg
A. Kosoglad, advisorg J. Mondshine.
Row two: S. Teitelbaum, P. Schneiderman, J. Band, P. Reiter, M. Zeiger, C. Prujan, R.
Rom, B. Rosenberg, P. Mohr.
Row three: A. Magid, L. Karbel, D. Goldfarb, S. Pizer, D. Teache, M. Zacks, R. Goodis,
J. Glueckman, B. Young.
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Drumutists Prudiced Techniques in the Junior Drumu Clinic
Belsky, Bob Moss, Ellen Merkle,
Judy Band, and Judy Mondshine.
Although their schedules prevented them from
taking part in the Drama Club, these ambitious
young thespians received training and preparation
for drama classes in the Junior Drama Clinic.
Actual practice in pantomiming and presenting
short skits proved to be both interesting and in-
The participants were advised by Kenneth
Lynn, Stephen Economy, Arline Kosoglad,
Barbara Pines, Sherry Carpenter, and Helaine
Moltz, senior members of the Drama Club.
Row, one: C. Lipton, G. Cohen, G. Caplan, E. Merkle, E. Marks, A. Schlafer
Row two: C. Adler, L. Alpert, C. Jones, S. Eastman, R. Swarin, J. Glickman, M Goldman
Row three: J. Belsky, F. La Pides, J. Beznos, N. Harley, T. Lipton, I. Tobisman A Miller
Row four: P. Hyde, E. Stein, M. Goldstein, F. Samson, B. Moss, C. Bornstein G Chicorel
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Row one: Miss D. Patterson,
sponsorg C. Karp, recording
secretaryg l. Harris, vice- presi-
dentg M. Cohn, president: L.
Levi, corresponding secretary,
K. Lynn, treasurer.
Row two: J. Rodman, J
Bing, P. Ornstein, C.Lewis, G.
Flowers, M. Rose, J. Glueck-
Row three: R. Berlow, S
Rubenstein, F. Schultz, M. Cit-
rin, S. Armstrong, N. Victor-
son, S. Lippitt, H. Moltz.
Row four: H. Rosenberg, L.
Wasser, I. Marwil, A. Nach-
man, R. Shaye, W. Goodman,
Practice in the Drama Club Developecl Acting Abilily
Under the sponsorship of Miss Dorothy Pat-
terson, English instructor, the Drama Club was
organized to further understanding and apprecia-
tion of dramatic literature and the living theater
among Mumford students. Membership in the
club was obtained by auditioning and their selec-
tion was based upon dramatic ability.
The presentation of the semi-annual school
plays were among the numerous activities of the
Drama Club. The members also produced a vari-
ety show in co-operation with the music depart-
ment. In addition they did several one-act plays
during the semester to further develop their
Rehearsing a drama club play are John Marwil, Alan Nachman, Steve Coden, Sandra
Armstrong, and Gwen Flowers.
i Row one: D. Dunsky. Span-
ish Clubg J. Waserman, French
Clubg P. Altman, Capri, J.
Kuschinski, IMSSCQ R. Bigel-
man, Future Teachers' Clubg
S. Littky, Human Relations
Row two: D. Teitelman,
Latin Clubg M. Cohn, Drama
Clubg G. Weiner, Science Clubg
H. Malone, Bio-X Club, B.
Netzer, Hi-Yg J. Palmer, Li-
brary Club, M. Ferguson,
Mamsellesg Mr. N. Burkhardt,
Not pictured:.N. Scholnick,
chairman, B. Wolfe, Key Club,
B. Goodman, Broadcasters'
Club, M. Schiff, M-Clubg E.
von Valtier, Radio Club, J.
Sasson, Current Affairs Clubg
G. Key-Smith, Chess Club, G.
Hewitt, Y-Teens, Future Re-
tailers and Art Club.
Presidents Promoted Harmony Among Clubs
Publicizing all individual club activities was
the purpose of the Club Presidents, Committee.
The committee, under the guidance of Mr.
Norman Burkhardt, attendance teacher, was a
subsidiary of the Student Council and served as
a sounding board for club problems or ideas.
This club also served as an organizer which en-
abled the individual clubs in school to work
Under the leadership of Nan Scholnick, vice-
president of the Student Council, the groupls
main project this year was the publication of
Active in making this organization a success are Nan Scholnick, Bill Goodman, Geraldine
Weiner, Stuart Bloom, Dale Teitelbaum, Bill Laidley, Reid Ashton, Gary Beckerman, and
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Participation in extra-curricu-
lar activities was one of the high
spots in our high school journey.
Mustangs had an opportunity to
develop their individual interests
in an atmosphere of fun and com-
panionship, They spent many
A hours of work to put out the
yearbook, write for the school
paper, serve on the student
council, sing in the choruses and
play in instrumental groups.
gain, but what we do." --Carlyle
"Everywhere in life, the true question is not what we
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B. DeMarsh didn't want those fingers anyway. R. Wenzel and R. Moss sign in at Freshman Rally. C. Royal
Mumford typing classes are some- B. Rikas, M. Silber, L. Singer. S. Conway, and L. Mendelsohn are not making T.N.T.
times quieter than study halls.
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POUTS 3 drink- Mumford students take the cake! They swing and sway at the Spring Fling.
Dramatizing Macbeth is fun for the English Lits. E- MHHICF tries new streamlined
wood-spinning lathe in shop class.
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Caprl Camera Captured
Standxng Arlene Kosoglad Jenme Kantor ar Ronald Benson photography Rlchard
Seated Gary Beckerman asslstant edltor Harriet Band organlzatlons Judy Levin,
To provide Mumford students with a permanent record of
the year's events was the goal of the Capri Editorial Staff, under
the supervision of Mr. Charles Kaufman, English instructor.
Preparation of such an enterprise as the Capri required the
writing of much copy and selecting from over 1000 pictures the
scenes that best depicted the activities, clubs, athletics, school
functions and other events that made Mumford history during
the past year. The staff also planned the photo assignments and
processed the major portion of the photos used.
The Capri Business Staff, under the supervision of Mr. Jay
Bodzin, commercial instructor, was responsible for selling year-
book advertisements to the various retailers in the city. They
kept the accurate records of all Capri sales and distributed the
book in June.
The staff's varied financial duties included the perusal of
printing contracts, paying of supply bills, collecting time payment
contracts and publicizing both the fall and spring sales campaigns.
initiates new staff member
Editorial Staff-Row one: R. Rom, J. Elkin, R. Miller, J. Waserman.
Row two: R. Chaenko, R. Kaplansky, R. Pollinger, L. Salinsky, N. Falk.
Row three: S. Gelman, A. Croll, N. Levy, F. Sturman.
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Charlene Ackerman and Hershill
Goren straighten the old Mer-
Mickey Millman, Nancy Hayes,
and Susan Goodman type Mer-
cury articles before they are sent
to the printer.
Maida Ciranoff becomes a "good
bundle" by buying a Mercury
Goodfellow lssue from Henry
Lee and Judy Caplan.
Members ofThe Mercury
and Capri staffs Harriet
Band tCapri7, Judy Gott-
leib fMercuryl, Phyllis
Headlines for The Mercury
are set by Barbara Steinberg,
Barbara Berman, Sanford Wein- 5
er. and Peter Quint.
Senior Carole Karp purchases
a 1956 Capri from Rosanne
Leonard, sales manager, and Mr.
Jay Bodzin, Business Staff advi-
Rosalie Shiffman signs the
Senior page while Paul Dinu and
Jerry Rogoff, Capri Business
Staff members, supervise.
Editors Judy Levin, Phyllis
Altman, and Harriet Band put
the finishing touches on a page
for the yearbook.
Altman CCapriJ, and I
curyl exchange editorial
"Watch the Birdie? says Capri
Photographer Ronald Benson to
Barbara Salicoff and Myron
New Editorial Policy
Initiating a new publication plan, The Mercury became
a bi-weekly paper with two complete staffs. They were
composed of journalism students, sponsored by Mr.
Vaughn Hoogasian, English instructor.
The business staff, under the direction of Mr. John
Meng, English instructor, guided the sales campaigns and
obtained advertisements for the publication.
To gain new ideas and experience, members of the
staff visited press conferences at both the University of
Michigan and Wayne University Journalism Departments.
In addition, the Mercury staff competed with the
Student Council in the' sale of their Goodfellow edition.
Together, the organizations battled to recapture the
little blue jug, previously won by Redford. The money
collected in their combined campaign was donated to
the Goodfellow Fund.
Row one: B. Feuerman, M. Lakoff, D. Linderman, B. Steinberg, A. Auslander, M.
Lazarov, B. Goldsmith.
Row two: J. Gottlieb, J. Schichter, H. Rosenberg, P. Quint, J. Nosanchuk, S. Freedman,
B. Margolis, S. Goodman, G. Gussin, Mr. V. Hoogasion, advisor.
Row three: M. Kent, S. Weiner, H. Goren, M. Salesin, F. Pass, P. Borman, M. Woolf,
R. Sachs, B. Brown.
Not pictured: E. Settineo, A. Rothbart, R. Israel.
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Hard work and cooperation enable Mercury staff to meet deadline.
Row one: F. Lieberman, P. Levenstein, L. Ross, S. Safran, N. Hayes.
Row two: Mr. J. Meng, advisorg J. Caplan, business editorg A. Katser, S. Bloom, R
Shaye, photography editorg S. Lappan.
Fall-Row one: M. Joelson, M. Ernstein, J. Bing, secretary of the
Senate, H. Lapides, presidentg S. Schrut, secretary of the House, G. Au-
gust, P. West, Mr. N. Burkhardt, advisor.
Row two: S. Littky, G. Burkow. S. Blondy, M. Danto, J. Cohn, A.
Schacter. Miss J. DeBorst, advisor.
Row three: E. Kasoff, M. Granoff, J. Handleman, M. Eisenman, C.
Lewis, J. Rodman. D. Linderman. A. Leib, Mrs. Z. Pollinger, advisor.
Row four: M. Weitzman, M. Friedman. S. Gorlick, D. Pollinger, J.
Hamburg, H. Sandweiss, B. Moss. M. Parr. A. Croll, S. Sarko.
Not pictured: N. Scholnick, vice-president, S. Handler, treasurerg
Mr. L. Millman. advisorg Mr. J. Woolever, advisor, J. Copley, L. Hart-
stein, E. Lerman, L. Rhyshen, D. Rosenthal, C. Schwartz, H. Shapiro, J.
The Council Was The
Community service, school improvement and
the provision of a place for the expression of
student views were accomplished by the Student
Council. The Senate, composed of four delegates
from each half grade and the House of Repre-
sentatives, including a pupil from every record
room, formed the Council. '
"C'est si bon," say Linda Axelrod, Charles McGlinnen,
Denise Nelson, and Harvey Lapides as Marlene Danto,
French Club member, serves refreshments at last Ninth graders enjoy refreshments at the semi-annual
Springg Carnival, mixer, sponsored by the Student Council.
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Spring-Row one: G. August, D. Snyder, J. Bing, secretary of the
Senate, D. Pollinger, vice-president, N. Scholnick, president, M. Fried-
man, treasurerg M. Ernstein, secretary of the Houseg D. Rosenthal, S.
Row two: Miss D. Utter, sponsor, L. Rysken, B. Manheim, N. Victor-
son, B. Weiss, M. Granoff, T. Silvers, S. Bez, C. Lewis, A. Schacter, S.
Littky, J. Rodman, Miss J. DeBorst, sponsor.
Row three: Mr. J. Woolever, sponsor, S. Schrut, S, Rice, B. Samuels,
G. Burk0W. S. Blondy, M. Weitzman, I. Briskman, A. Vichi, M, Parr,
J. Shere, S. Crane, Mr. N. Burkhardt, sponsor.
Row four: A. Croll, S. Handler, R. Sweet, H. Shapiro, H. Lapides,
I. Scholnick, B. Moss, H. Sandweiss, C. Eastman, J. Hamburg.
Not pictured: G. Stern, E. Borger, S. Swortz, S. Levine, E. Kasoff.
Voice of The Student Body
Under the guidance of Mr. Norman Burkhardt,
Miss Janet DeBorst, Mr. Lewis Millman, Mrs.
Zelda Pollinger and Mr, John Woolever, the
council sponsored elections, dances, student ex-
changes and the local Torch Drive. By the pro-
motion of these extra-curricular functions the
council encouraged school spirit and improved
Sandy Schrut is loyally supported by Harriet Lett, and
Carole Valinsky in her campaign for student council
Elaine Kolodin, Nan Scholnick, and Barbara Goldsmith
personify the aims of the Student Council at last
spring's Student Day.
Row One: S. Starman, S. Bailen, P. Ornstein, C. Mathews, M. Lurie, W. Wheeker, D.
Row Two: D. Tabaka, L. Greenberg, S. Ehrlich, L. Snider, D. Luckey, G. Rosin, M.
Fuller, S. von Valtiar, B. Fried, S. Kotzer
Row One: G. Moss, S. Teit-
elbaum, E. Borger, E. Mandell
E. Surowitz, S. Lapides, W.
Row Two: S. Symez, G. Gel-
fand, J. Stamell, E. Bliznick,
D. Levine, M. Goldstein, I. Ca-
stleman, J. Davis.
Row Three: J. Willis, L.
Nachman, J. Aronoff, H. Ru-
bin, A. Norris, B. Elliott, A.
Camden, C. Platt.
Row One: J. Efrusy, E. As'
S. Safran, M. Citron, B. Bo
ouck, D. Zeckman, C. Goode
Row Two: A. Blandino, l
Olen, F. Lieberman, K. Bodei
horn, F. Pass, S. Porvin,
Lappan, I. Lorber.
House of Representatives
Row One: L. Buckley, R
Chaenko, D. Finkel, J. Baskin
D. Bloomberg, M. Levin.
Row Two: S. Ager, J. Elkin
L. Katcher, R. Zack, H. Lash
Row Three: N. Klenke, Y.
Levy, R. Chambers, C. Ross,
F. Nash, D. Schey. L. Weifl
Informed Students of
Row One: S. Moss, J. Levingston, R. Marcus, B. Rosenberg M Finestem S
Weiner, A. Sugar, B. Roth, M. Leib.
Row Two: M. Weinstein, B. Lipson, M. Kanter, K. Deutch C Lipton E
Lumberg, J. Goldman, B. Cobb, S. Katz, D. O'Neill.
Row Three: A. Miller, M. Lipson, H. Rubin, S. Marks, D. Levine J Stamell
L. Nachman, J. Kalifey, S. Rosenbloom, L. Lipshaw.
Row One: C. Aboud, E. Redlick, P
Berke, S. Sofferin, S. Crawford, R
Jaffin, B. Share, R. Gelman.
Row Two: J. Dann, A. Sacone, E
Portner, J. Sarason, E. Trahan, P
Grant, A. Gross, B. Moletz, S. Glazer
J. Kurtzf ,
Row Three: N. Hass, J. Mengel
G. Marcus, B. Dewitt, F. Webb, A
Burstein, N. Moscow, J. Krause, B
Pratt, H. Lee, H. Lash.
Row One: L. Bogden, G. Flowers,
J. Lewis, N. Montgomery, S. Robin-
son, E. Cohen, E. Lorober.
Row Two: M. Ferguson, J. Moss,
S. Starman, S. Conway, S. Solovich,
D. Eisenberg, A. Itzkovitz, W. Smith,
P. Stephens, S. Von Valtier.
Row Three: D. Kratze, G. Milan,
N. Superfon, L. Frishman, R. Stern,
G. Wolfson, R. Jacobs, G. Shirs,
L. Hack, M. Newman.
Row One: B. Borock, M. Citron
M. Erickson, B. Gray, S. Armstrong
S. Dorf, L. Hartstein.
Row Two: C. Ackerman, E. Lap-
pin, G. Beckerman, S. Levitt, L
Hardiman, L. Heiman, F. Starr.
Row Three: D. Robinson, M. Pearl
man, D. Broner, N. Hubert, S. Wink-
elman, K. Gitlin.
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Row one: Sfc. F. Northam. instructor: F. Miller. G. Henry. A. Geller. H. Mitchell. M.
Booker. J. Bialkowski, J. Bauer. R. Lucl-Ley. R. Jaffa. F. Gold. J. Mussat. K. Zeeman. R. Sklar,
Row two: R. Bauer. D. Wilson. R. Pearce. J. Willie. R. Komer. E. Burns. R. McCabe.
G. Mitchell. F. Morandy. K. Glinki. A. Wood. J. Gurstell. R. Jaworslxi.
Row three: F. Steiner. G. Woodmancy. M. Goodman. L. Snyder. G. Haddon. J. Nelsen.
C. Jones. R. Noble. C. Photsios. J. Steinhorn. P. Maisel. I. Bloch. M. Helier.
Not pictured: M. Gantz. F. Gunyou. G. Mullen. D. O'Handley. G. Tom.
Cadet Corps Trained
The goals of Mumford's ROTC groups
were the development of physical fitness
and citizenship. The cadet officers, ad-
vised by Sergeant First Class Frederick
R. Northam, supervised and trained the
entire corps. Through conscientious work
and capable direction, the units retained
their National Honor rating for five con-
Row one: L. Colton. A. Oestreich. P. Darling. D, Leedle. A. Reymer. R. Layle. R.
Traitel. R. Supin. R. Krokey. J. Fenley. H. Klepner. J. Drennan. J. Vartoogian. H. Wilke.
Row two: S. Burg. S. Freeman. R. Nordstrom. G. Allman. J. Higdon. R. Wenzel. W.
Saffer. B. Ross. J. Fuller. R. Ancell. D. Solomon. R. Stearn. M,f'Sgt. C. Wiley. instructor.
Row three: K. Zingle. G. Bridges. R.Huber. J. Holcomb. B. Tower. R. Snyder. D. Shirey.
R. Tack. D. Rice. C. Zaclxery. A. Jones.
Not pictured: R.Silberman. F. Nash. A. Ali. J. Craig. D. Dickstein.
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Row one: L. Dinkin, W. Melvin, L. Adams, C. Murray, L. Garrett, D. Cutright, L
Miller, R. Rourke, H. Baker, L. Brown. J. Hendin, T. Vosie, J. Bauman, D. Folberg, Sfc. F.
R. Northam, instructor.
Row two: C. Johnson, R. Black, J. Levy, W. Hughes, W. Johnson, J. Stern, C. Mackey
M. Horne, K. Rebar. L. Jones, J. Samuels, A. Norris, R. Peters, G. Torbertt, L. Evans, S.
Trembath, R. Spears.
Row three: J. Penhollow. C. Giacalone, R. Broyles, S. Daw, T. Mathews, C. Beach, L
Squier, E. Erickson, M. Morganroth, R. Hack, S. Levitsky, M. Levitt.
for Citizens' Aid
In addition to performing at the half
time of three football games, the corps
obtained a school flag, ushered at school
events and entered drill, rifle and Field
Day competition with the other local
Row one: P. Allen, D. Oversby, L. Dinkin, C. Reeves, P. Dinu, T. Trahiotis, J. Bauer,
R. Supin, R. Sklar.
Row two: J. Willens. P. Gould. D. Wood, A. Doering, M. Shapiro, R. Komer, H. Welch,
G. Jacob, B. Woodmancy, Sfc. F. Northam, instructor.
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Working on a full schedule throughout the year, the Mumford orchestra, under the direction
of Mr. Jerome Stassen, performed at the annual Christmas and Spring Concerts, plays, com-
mencement exercises and other school activities. The orchestra accompanied the various ensembles
and vocal groups. Each member had an opportunity to receive a letter in music as well as two and
one half hours of credit.
While improving their musical talents under professional instruction, students in the Mum-
ford orchestra also developed an appreciation for fine orchestral music.
Drum-Major: C. Brooks. Piccolo: A. Gorelick. Flutes:
E. Pliskow. B. Romain. R. Johnson. Oboe: G. Mitchell.
Clarinets: R. Pliskow. R. Taylor, L. Lasser. A. Ander-
son. A. Warnick. H. Bloom. M. Bordman. J. Marx. J.
Richardson. A. Mason. B. Isaacs. L. Pornoy. J. Willens.
E. Baron. N. Levine. J. Feldstein. D. Folberg. J. Arnoff.
S. Paul, R. Pollinger. Alto Saxophones: G. Coats. K.
Lermer. M. Aure. L. Beresh. G. Bridges. R. Schneider.
Tenor Saxophones: B. Galin. H. Aidem. P. Borman.
D. Buchalter. Baritone Saxophone: H. Adler. Trumpets:
M. Schwartz. W. Forman. D. Geisz. R. Jacobs. C.
Brooks. S. Moore. R. Chandler, G. Riewe. R. Farran.
M. Heath. A. Hoffman. R. Gaylor, H. Krastoff. C.
Jones. French Horn: P. Stern. Not Present: M. Weiner.
Trombones: D. Tasker, G. Roth. M. Hill. J. Zrimec.
Baritones: H. Welch. G. Price. Not Present: J. Bialkow-
ski. Basses: G. Rosin. J. Susman. J. Drennan. Snare
Drums: E. Breznar, H. Slutsky. Not Present: R. Weber.
Bass Drum: A. Horne. Cymbals: J. Handleman. Bells:
C. Goltra. Mr. R. Haskins. instructor.
One hundred six
First Violins: M. Lakoff, S. Glazer, J. Berman, S. Bloom, W. Biscomb
D. Leedle. K. Hodge, D. Lipshitz, M. Robins, S. Lee. Second Violins: L
Smith, V. Deutch, T. Lucas, B. Pdelsohn, E. Hyman, A. Muller, E. Latt
J. Cohen, C. Jones, P. Fallon, P. Gunn, ,J. Thomas. Violas: J. Cole, G
Striker, J. Kafkakis, G. Perlman, J. Vartoogian. Cellos: B. Brown, J
Stallsmith, L. Brotman. R. Goldstein, C. Gregg. Winds: K. Lerner, P
Horne, R. Weber. Mr. J. Stasson, instructor.
trumpet: R. Weiner, horn.
Outstanding in Mumfordis music education department is the band, directed by Mr. Roger
Haskins. Among their performances were the Spring and Christmas Concerts, accompaniment at
plays, rallies, athletic functions and various other school activities. Meeting daily as a class, the
band had the opportunity to earn a letter in music in addition to receiving two and one half hours
The purpose of this organization was to give students an appreciation and understanding of
the values of band music. Any student who had some music background could join for the ex-
perience and pleasure that the band offered.
Baumer, L. Weinberger. B. Bernstein, Frank, D. Lee, M. Cohl. Basses:
E. VonValtier, S. Litwin. R. Hecker. J. Bauman, J. Drennan. Piano: J.
Borman, R. Steinberger. R. Pliscol. G. Mitchell, R. Johnson, B. Ramain.
A. Garalick. Brass: P. Stern, G. Roth, J. Zrimic. Percussion: S. Haley, A.
, Not pictured: G. Gutentag, cello: M. Schwartz, trumpet: W. Forman,
Row one: M. DeGray, S.
Lewis, G. Nyboer, P. Bujan, B.
Schottenfels, B. Armstrong, M.
Roch, Miss G. Engel, director.
Row two: E. Courlander, C.
Dahnke, J. Charmer, S. Diskin,
G. Herman, M. Kady, C. Raz-
Row three: S. Milgrom, D.
Rortell, T. Carter, C. Murphy,
D. Zaln, M. Morris, G. Hum-
phrey, L. Cohen.
Row one: H. Rosen, C. Da-
hnke, M. Erickson, S. Bicoll,
D. Bowie, P. Winslow, J. Fu-
erst, G. Herman, L. Martin,
D. Cardeccia, Miss G. Engel,
Row two: V. Nicholson, E.
Courlander, C. Razza, J. Bry-
ant, J. Charmer, M. Kady, A.
Conner, J. Hinkson, M. Jack-
Row three: C. Dworkin, S.
Thomas, E. Solomon, J. Carro,
S. Hargreaves, S. Diskin, M.
Roche, B. Saffady, M. Hutner,
S. Heller, L. Jones.
Row one: D. Porter, M. Mc
Burrows, N. Shannon, M. De-
Gray, N. Lister, S. Ashley, K
Underwood, B. Lawerence, D
Martin, M. Schneider, M
Johnson, B. Armstrong, C. Bis-
Row two: P. Smith, D. Clark
C. Bagdasarian, C. Lis, J. Ates-
ian, J. Nauman, G. Nyboer, D
Tabaka, T. Holley, R. Zwirn
B. Schottenfels, B. Nauman, S
Row three: N. Korby, M
Chapman, J. Henderson, S. La-
timer, L. Gurwin, D. Zale, C
Monahan, M. Alenco, M. Norl
ris, M. McCann, P. Bujan, L
Higley, M. Pappas.
Row one: M. Adelson, C
Bissinger, P. Kellum, S. Ashley
H. Fruchter, M. Schneider, B
Lawerence, C. Bagdasarian, N
Lister, S. Heller, J- Nauman
Row two: N. Korby, L. Hig
ley, B. Nauman, E. Lumberg
T. Holley, D. Tabaka, M. Mc
Cann, M. Norris, B. Watson, S
Latimer, D. Martin, M. Pappas
Row three: G. Tom, J. Nos-
anchuk, A. Pearlman, D. Lie
berman, G. Lichtman, S. Kra
vitz, D. Snyder, C. Monahan,
L. Gurwin, R. Ryback, T. Car
Promising Mumford Singers Chose
from Many Vocal Opportunities
The choral organizations performances at the Spr1ng Concert
Winter Music Festival and other community functions prov1ded
lively and harmonious entertainment for the Mumford student
body Under the direction of Miss Grace Engel music lnstructor
vocalists learned the fundamentals of group singing and had an
opportumty to develop 1nd1v1dually
Meetmg dally as a class the members of the Girls Glee Club
which IS open to all students earned two and one half hours
credit The Chorus consisted of upper classmen while the Con
cert Choir was composed of advanced singers
Row one: Miss H. Cataldo
accompanist, M. Jackson, A
Connor, J. Charmer, P. Win
slow, S. Thomas, D. Bowie, V
Nicholson, J. Forrest.
Row two: J. Fuerst, L. Jones,
S. Bicoll, M. Erickson, P.
Walker, D. Porter, S. Har-
greaves, B. Saffady, A. Faren,
Miss G. Engel, director.
Row three: J. Smith, S. Sinai,
J- Goldman, T. Carson, R. Ben-
son, W. Woodmancy, J. Pur-
don, D. Darning,
Not pictured: W. Puppas, P.
Ensembles Shone in Mumford's Music Department
First Violins: M.
Lakoff, S. Glazer, J.
Berman, S. Bloom, K.
Hodge, S. Lee.
Second Violins: L.
Smith, V. Deutsch,
Lukas, B. ldelsohn.
Violas: J. Cole, G
Striker, J. Kafkakis.
Cellos: B. Brown
J. Baumer, D. Lee, B
Basses: R. Hecker.
Piano: J. Stallsmith.
Sponsor: Mr. J
Under the direction of Mr. Jerome Stassen and Miss Grace
Engel, music instructors, the string and vocal ensembles specializ-
ed in performances at the Spring Concert, Winter Music Festival
and radio broadcasts. Also among their activities was the furnish-
ing of background music at various other programs.
Students who had vocal ability or played a string instrument
were eligible for one of these musical groups.
Row one: Miss H. Cataldo.
accompanist: M, Schneider. B.
Lawerence. C. Bagdasarian. T.
Holley. H, Fruchter. J. Nau-
man. Miss G. Engel. director,
Row two: M. Jackson, S.
Hargreaves. B. Saffady. D.
Porter. N, Lister. M. Erickson.
N. Connor, E. Lumberg.
Row three: B. Nauman. M.
Pappas. B, Watson. A. Pearl-
man. J. Smith. J. Purdon, W.
One hundred ten
yew aw .
Row one: P. Toren, J. Glass
man. M. Cuttler. L. Wolok.
Row two: J. Clark, C. Kay,
1. Jenks, S. Stevens, J. Levy.
Not pictured: D. Cutright, D.
Patterson, T. McConnell, M
Smith, F. Gunyow, Mr. H
Jacob, and Steve
Stevens paint it . . .
Right: T h e n
Gerald J a c 0 b
hangs it up.
Stage staff Assisted in Auditorium Productions
Preparing the auditorium for concerts, plays, assemblies and
other activities was the duty of the Stage Staff, supervised by Mr.
Howard Mehr, Mumfordis technician. In addition to setting up
the stage, the staff operated the lights and checked the audio-
visual equipment at all auditorium programs.
Through the services of this staff, Mumfordis auditorium equip-
ment was kept in operating condition.
One hundred eleven
Row one: A. Kosoglad, J. Marwil, P. Jackson, H. Moltz, S. Coden, S. Siegan, G. Cott.
Row two: Miss D. Patterson, director, D. Nelson, J. Fuerst, W. Biscomb, I. Harris, G.
Rosin, F. Spector, K. Lynn, H. Rosenberg, B. Goodman.
Row one: H. Mackie, co-chairman: M.
Row two: D. Teach, D. Jackson, B. Pearl-
Not pictured: Miss A. Tucker, sponsor: L.
The first of the year's two plays produced after weeks of work
and practice resulted in the successful presentations of "The
Torchbearersn, a comedy by George Kelly. Under the capable di-
rection of Miss Dorothy Patterson, drama coach, the play was
presented on November 18, and 19, 1955 in the Mumford auditor-
Row one: C. Lewis, co-chairman: I. Gilman,
Row two: F. Blumenstein, S. Bailes, M.
Not pictured: L. Foreman, S. Goodman,
One hundred lwelvg
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Row one: M. Lightstone, P. Ornstein, co-chairman, A. Kramer.
Row two: S. Bez, F. Blumenstein, B. Barak, N. Lustig, G.
Not pictured: R. Neuvirth, Co-chairman.
The sets, constructed by some of Mumford's most promising
art students, added interest and enjoyment to the production. The
performance's success was also due to assistance of the prop,
costumes, ticket and publicity committees.
Row one: G. Flowers, S. Armstrong, J. Katzman, co-chairman, L. Levi, co-chairman,
M. Feinberg, M. Citron, L. Shapiro.
Row two:Mr.M.Budyk,sponsorg M. Shifman, R. Shifman, M.
hman, D. Kaplan, M. Katz, S. Kirsch, S. Ruch, E. Portner.
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one: S. Spertner, E. Free-
dman, N. Victorson, C.
Lewis, J. Goldberg, C.
Lewis, J. Katzman.
Row two: S. Coden, L.
Wasser, H. Rosenberg, I.
Marwil, H. Sandweiss, S.
Morris, G. Marcus, S.
Stamell, G. Lichtman, Miss
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Mumford Drcimatists Presented "Time Out For Ginger"
The spring play, "Time Out for Ginger" by
Ronald Alexander, was received by enthusiastic
Mumfordites. The lighthearted comedy involved
the amusing antics following a teen-aged girl's
decision to play on the school football team. The
sets for the presentation were designed and con-
structed by the Stage Staff under the direction of
Mr. Howard Mehr, technician.
This year, tradition was broken by giving a
single performance on Friday, April 27, 1956.
ln past years the play has been presented on two
Arleen Kosoglad, Helene Moltz, Paula Jackson, and
Freya Spector Watch Bill Goodman take a script directed
tumble in the fall play, 'The Torch Bearefsf'
Spring Ticket Committee- Row
one: M. Citron, B. Boroch, J. Frimet.
E. Borger, L. Levi.
Row two: A. Gorrelich, M. Fein-
berg, M. Epstein, M. Epstein,G.King,
Row three: Mr. H. Timmons,
sponsorg I. Berman, J. Cohen, S.
Freedman, A. Iczkovitz. A. Lezell.
One hundred fifteen
Spring Publicity Committee- Row
one: M. Lazarov, A. Schneider, S.
Row two: B. Harris, J. Shapiro, I.
Not pictured: Miss A. Tucker,
Spring Costume Committee- Row
one: S. Smith, M. Omenke, C. Stein.
Row two: C. Lepofsky, L. Marg, co-
chairmang S. Goodman.
Not pictured: Mrs. D. Morrison,
sponsor: F. Sugarman, B. Barak, co-
chairmang N. Iczkovitz, M. Nelson,
R. Katz, R. Berlow, R. Neuvirth.
Spring Property Committee- Row
one: B. Perlman, co-chairman: M.
Ernstein, G. Haas.
Row two: J. Gluechman, E. Port-
ner, co-chairmang C. Honigman, S.
Rehearsal scene from 'Time Out
For Ginger" catches Henry Sand-
weiss, Emily Freedman, Connie
Lewis, Nancy Victorson, Sheila Sta-
mell, and Hilda Rosenberg in one
of the highlights from the Drama
Club's spring comedy presentation.
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After a long day of travelling
on the winding and sometimes
bumpy road, many Mustangs
found athletics a most welcome
stop. This was no idle pause
where they could catch their
breath and recover from the
day's journey, for every' minute
of their time was spent practicing
hard and learning to earn victo-
ries and to accept defeats.
For when One Great Scorer comes to write against
your name, He marks - not that you won or lost but
how you played the game." -Grantland Rice
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J. Johnson drives in for a lay up. H. Miller and M. Portner wish good luck to Chadsey opponents.
L. Greenberg watches the birdie instead of
the ball. Capri camera catches high flying Mumfordites. 1011115011 and C- KOPCUCO
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R Walton pours on the speed m the home
Who dropped a quarter? stretch.
Climaxing their season with a hard fought and
tense 7-6 win over U of D was an exciting finish
for Mumfords' surprising 1955 football team.
Picked by the experts to finish in or near the
bottom of their division, the Mustangs, led by
coaches Harold Grove and James Kelly, came
through with a 5-1-1 record. This enabled them
to finish in runner-up spot in the West Side
The lone defeat of the season at the hands of
the Northwestern team cost the Mustangs an
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Row one: A. Rothenberg, G. Madvin, H. Newman, T. O'Neil, L. Blondy, S. Kravetz, N. Kalish, S. Lax,
C. Eastman, H. Sandweiss, A. Horne.
Row two: R. Wolfe, student manager, H. Yaker, I. Cascade, S. Sinai, H. Rubenstein, B. Samuels. R. Okum,
B. Schrott, B. Black, D. Rosenthal, C. Babbush, student manager.
Row three: H. Grove. coachg M. Schiff, H. Lapides, R. Steinberger, J. Wiseberg. A. Shapiro, student
manager: H. Lambert, D. Buchalter, J. Spertner, S. Levine. J. Kelly, coach.
.Not pictured: A. Rosenbaum. M. Owens, B. Sarver. C. Reeves, S. Bologna.
One hundred twenty-two
Captured 2nd Place
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on practicing Mustangs,
Jim Wiseberg wishes the school could afford tackling dum-
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Team strategy is discussed by coaches Grove and Kelly Terry O'Neil likes the "wide open spaces."
with co-captains Blondy and O'Neil.
One hundred twenty-three
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Listed down, left: Bernard Schrott,
Terry O'NeiII, Gary Madvin. Top
down, right: Arthur Rosenbaum.
Harvey Lapides, Sanford Kravetz,
Henry Sandweiss, Dave Rosenthal.
One hundred twenty-four
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Listed down, left: Bob Steinberger,
Alan Rothenberg, Leonard Blondy,
Ian Cascade, Mark Owens, Danny
Buchalter. Top down, right: Harry
Newman, Jim Spertner, Jim Weis-
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Row one: M. Hoff-
man, J. Risto, I. Schol-
nick, I. Humphrey, C.
Reeves, P. Jingosian, I.
Ridley, L. Levine, C.
Trihotis, M. Gottesman.
Row two: M. Charlip
B. Brosilton, O. Brad
ford, E. Krass, H. Weit
zer D. Levine, M. Smith
H.. Brode, J. Kleiner, J.
Row three: G. Bagas-
arian, L. Braunstein, P
Horowitz, L. Mendel
sohn, Mr. S. Mullin,
coachg D. Shevitz, S.
Lepler, A. Shapero.
Reserves practice -is .
One hundred twenty-seven
Maintaining the trend of fine Mumford foot-
ball teams, the reserve squad finished its -season
undefeated. Though held to a scoreless tie by
Cooley, the team, coached by Mr. Stan Mullin,
was victorious over Chadsey twice, Redford, and
U of D.
Throughout the entire season opponents cross-
ed the Mumford goal line only four times.
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Varsity-Row One: J
Little, M. Schiff, L. Skol
nick, H. Yaker, R. Jacobs
R. Holmes, G. Mullen, A
Row Two: A. Shapiro
managerg M. Silber, H. Stul-
berg, L. Silver, M. Owens
Mr. S. Mullin, coachg J
Starr, H. Rubenstein, L
fx lst Boys" Basketball Team
Larry Skolnick demonstrates effective guard stance.
Victories over Mackenzie and Cody enabled Mum-
ford's boys' basketball team in this, their first year
of competition, to start on a high note. Five games, how-
ever, elapsed before the Cagers, coached by Stanley Mullin,
again tasted victory as they defeated Redford and Eastern
Qualifying for the city playoffs, the team met and
defeated Eastern in the first round of the tournament,
but then lost to Northeastern to close out their schedule.
Coach Stan Mull
the practice session.
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Qualified for City Playoffs
Reserve-Row One: A.
Goldman, I. Briskman, D.
Shevitz, R, Litt, R. Walton,
J. Theophelis, J, Ridley, M.
Row Two: R, Shockley,
R. Binion, B. Goudsmit, L.
Wolok, manager, R. Ko-
morn, Mr. J. Kelley, coach,
J. Cowan, W. Ash, J. Kreit-
er, M. Shwedel, N, Moscow.
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Free throw practice pays off for Harold Stulberg, who sinks The lull before the Storm
Imfa-Squad 830105 PF0VidC Plenty Of action. Mumford-Mackenzie battle begins, as Mumford w1ns the Jump
Joyce Johnson and Judy Heidt speed down court to aid Mumford V
Dressed in maroon shorts and powder blue
blouses, the girls' basketball team made their
first appearance on the Mumford sports scene.
Though they won only one of their six scheduled
games, all of them were decided by close margins.
Several times the girls were complimented by re-
ferees and opposition coaches on their fine sports-
manship and teamwork. The team's coach, Miss
Eleanor Dunn, predicted that with sixteen letter
winners returning next year, the girls should have
a fine season in '57.
Row One: L. Mitchell, S.
Castleman, J. Hack, L.
Buckley, J. Heidt, B. Mc-
Kenzie, A. Blandino.
Row Two: A. Faren, L.
Aaron, B. Gray, J, Efrusy,
B. Lawrence, C. Kopetko, J.
Row Three: Miss E. Ben-
ish, coach, P. Stephens, C
Mathews, S. Lucas, J. Don-
er, E. Pauling, S. Smith, K
Bodenhorn, A. Lewis, J
Price, M. Citron, Manager
Vlode Mumford Debut
The team waits while
Alice Blandino disappoints Judy Heidt, Beverly McKenzie, and Sue
Castleman who are awaiting a rebound. .
Beverly McKenzie dribbles
in for a shot.
One hi i
Mumford swimmers learn the importance
of good starts.
Improvement Marked Swimmers'1st Season
Handicapped by lack of experience in the early part of the season,
Mumford's first boys swimming team, coached by Mr. George Cairns,
rallied for victories in their last two meets, to finish with a three won,
five lost record.
The team began its season with a loss to Mackenzie, the eventual city
champion. After a victory over Central, there followed consecutive defeats
in meets with Cody, Western, Redford, and Cooley. Then came the
closing victories over Southwestern and Chadsey.
"For the first year of competition, I'd say our record was pretty good,"
stated Coach Cairns.
Row one: R. Jones, O. Trowell, F. Prime,
H. Katler, J. Price.
Row two: M. Kratchman, D. Hass, R.
6 Chosid, S. Handler, W. Dishell, S. Conway.
N - r 5 t S I Row three: B. Carson, G. Lustig, G. Becker-
' 1 .. ' man, R. Ryback, C. Ross, N. Cohn.
7 Row four: D. Bernstein, M. Goode, E. Sie-
, , gal, M. Silber, R. Prujan, I. Cohn, Mr. G
Not pictured: R. Ashton, B. Netzer.
One hundred thirty-four
Swimming some practice laps are Mike Kratchman and Sherwin Conway
We know it's confusing but it's only Fred Prime doing a back dive.
Norman Cohn and Reid Ashton race against the clock.
Andrea Waxman, Diane Finkel, Elaine Ash, Gloria Brown. and Sue Stein start 100 yard relay practice
Of the one hundred and fifty girls from seven
study halls who participated in an lntramural
swimming contest thirty five were chosen to be
come members of the varsity swimming team
This program lasted for a month and ended with
the presentation of a banner to study hall 101
the intramural champs.
The newly formed team, according to coach
Lois Holland, was a well balanced squad which
produced standouts in almost every event from
back stroke to diving.
3irls' Swimming Team Chosen Through Intramural Competition
Row One: Miss Lois Holland, coachg J. Rodman, mgrg C. Goode S. Crawford, S, Sofferm BBreman
S. Bez. S. Goodman,mgrs-g M. May,mgr.
Row Two: L. Victor, P. Ornstein, V. Patton, B. Hartwig, B. Kramer, G. Aaron, G. Brown, A Feldman
C. Chall, F. Spector. C. Crawford.
Row Three: M. Schmier. E. Lappin, G.Weissman, M. Levin, C. Lepofsky, E. Ash, S. Stein, J. Dunitz R
Mellen. W. Newman.
Row Four: S. Spertner. S. Lippitt. S. Zahler, G. Samuels, A. Waxman, D. Finkel, M. Stein, J Stein A one hundred thmy six
Lezell. J. Bizer, S. Ager.
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Sarah Lipitt tries for a ten-pointer.
Annette Lezell and Geta Aaron come up for a breather
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' Betty Johnson shows her follow through
Helena Brown drives deep into cross court. I
With only one defeat to mar its record, Mum- J C V . f J f , B
ford's girls' tennis team completed its fourth -J fi f J J .
season. The lone defeat was administered by
Cody in the next to the last match of the year.
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Though held to ties by Highland Park and
Redford, the team, coached by Miss Marie Pauli,
proved too strong for Cody, Central, Western,
Pershing and Southwestern.
Outstanding among the victories were the two
over Central and Southwestern in which Mumford
did not lose a single match.
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Row one: B. Rycus. P. Nik-
itas. L. Farbman, J. Stein. A.
Faren. B. Breman.
Row two: R. Miller. C. Gold-
man. B. Johnson, H. Feldheim.
L. Zuckerman, A. Rothbart. P.
Levenstein, J. Cogan.
Row three: M. Pauli. coach:
B. Cossin. R. Gale. S. Stifter,
M. Rose. E. Rosman. H
Brown, L. Greenberg. H
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Coach Mullin demonstrates service grip.
Row one: L. Mendelsohn. H.
Miller, S. Porvin. A. Croll, S.
Ehrlich, J. Marwil, R. Gerber.
Row two: R. Jacobs, M. Por-
tner, P. Fried. J. Levin, G.
Theophelis, D. Castleman, S.
Weiner, S. Mullin. coach.
Ona hundred thirtv-nine
Ray Jacobs and Alan Croll are congratulat-
ed on their doubles victory by Sandy Porvin
and Paul Fried.
Led by co-captains, Alan Croll and Ray Ja-
cobs and coached by Mr. Stan Mullin, Mumford
started its season by defeating Cody, Western,
Southwestern and Mackenzie in succession. Red-
ford, the city champ, handed Mumford its first
defeat of the season and the second defeat was to
When the City Championship was still in sight
our netmen lost this hard fought battle to Cooley,
three matches to two. Since Cooley and Mumford
had tied for second place in the West Side Divis-
ion, this match eliminated Mumford from the
Thinclads Active in
Coach Cairns looks -on as
Mel Bishop anticipates a three
CROSS COUNTRY-Row one: J
Mengel, D. Lieberman, J. Katch
man, M. Eichelbaum, S. Sanuler, D
Row two: G.. Mullin, P. Reveno
manager: R. Holmes, A. Breyer. R
Waltan, A. Neuman, Mr. P. Burns
One hundred forty
Spring and Fall
Chuck Reeves is up
. and over.
Alphonso Horne likes to live
TRACK AND FIELD-Row one: B. Stein-
berger, P. Reveno, C. Reeves, I. Schaeffer, C.
Simpson, B. Black, R. Walton.
Row two: L. Raines, D. Broner, R. Beck-
with, O. Wallace, N. Holmes. O. Jeffries, W.
Suhblette, T. O'Neil.
Row three: W. Biscombe. manager: N.
Behm, A. Rosenbaum. J. Spertner. C. Marble.
D. Lustig, B. Netzer. G. Cairns, coach.
Not pictured: M. Bishop, A. Horne. J
lt's a bird! It's a plane! No
. . It's Jerome Ridley!
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"Wha hoppen?" wonders
Beverly Stein as Susan Sofferin
fails to sink putt.
Row one: S. Solomon, S. Sofferin.
"Fore! . . . Or is it S3.98?"
asks Loretta Hartstein.
Row two: B. Stein, L. Greenberg, L. Hartstein, D. Zechman,
J. Jones, M. Pauli, coach.
Mumford Golfers Mixed
Dede Zechman and Susan
Sofferin used to be friends.
f'It's more interesting this way," stated Miss
Marie Pauli, girls' golf coach, referring to the
change in the scoring method used at the girls'
meets. The change from medal to match play now
allows a player to win her match even if her op-
ponent has a lower total score, if she wins more
Under this system the girls defeated Highland
Park in the season's opener but then suffered a
loss to Redford. Downing Cody, Cooley and
Hamtramck they finished the season with a four-
One hundred forty-two
Fun with Practice
Sympathizing with the un-
fortunate predicament of Sandy
Shapiro are Stuart Teal, Peter
Sidlow and Martin Summers.
After dropping its first two matches, Mum-
ford's 1955 golf team won their next eight meets,
and finished with a fourth place in the city champ-
ionships held at North Hills.
Mumford, coached by Mr. Paul Bernd, de-
feated Mackenzie, Cody, Cooley, and.Eastern,
twice each, blanking Eastern on both occasions.
Before starting on its winning streak, the team
was defeated twice by U of D.
The fourth place finish in the city champion-
ships marked the third consecutive year in which
the golf team has placed among the top four.
One hundred forty-three
"I was robbed!" complains
Robert Karbel as Robert Kane
and Myron Samovitz look on.
Row one: P. Sidlow, R. Kane, M. Samovitz, R. Kar-
Row two: H. Rubenstein, M. Summers, P. Bernd,
coach: S. Shapiro, N. Christopher, M. Small.
Not pictured: T. Nichols, S. Teal.
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Slick steal saves score
Netzer niftily nabs 'nother
Clever clouter clobbers
Mumford Nine Offer Spirited Competition
With an assist from Dame Fortune, the baseball team,
coached by Mr. Harold Grove, finished its 1955 season
with a four won, four lost record.
The unexpected assist came from Eastern, which de-
feated Mumford 8-5, when a member of their team was
declared ineligible and the decision was reversed.
Mumford's defeats by Southeastern, Denby, Pershing,
and Cass were offset by the forfeited win from Eastern
and wins over Northern, Wilbur Wright and Northeastern.
Row one: J. Gottfurcht, J. Starr, I. Cascade, M. Owens, M. Kurzman,
G. Berthet, D. Levine, P. Joelson, A. Saltzman, manager.
Row two: M, H. Grove, coachg D. Schore, M. Schiff, S.Levine, A
Feldman, H. Lambert, H, Stulberg, G, Krause, manager.
1955 team members not pictured: R, Netzer, L. Holmes, T. Payson
H, Glazer, H. Lapin, J. Lawson, H, Neuman.
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M. May, G. Pasture, J. Rod-
man, A. Auslander, J. Copley,
S. Lippitt, Miss L. Holland
coach, E. Lerman, A. Blandino,
K. Bodenhorn, A. Lezell, M.
Granoff, D. Curtis.
Cheerleaders Sparkecl School Spirit
Galoshes, rain coats, mittens, and a sturdy set of vocal cords
were standard equipment for this years' girls' cheerleading squad.
Rain or shine the cheerleaders were found at all Mumford athletic
events, sparking the teams on to greater efforts.
Coached by Miss Lois Holland, the girls practiced faithfully and
worked to originate new and better cheers.
Doreen Curtis and Elaine
Lerman say it with place cards.
The team was in a huddle. . .
One hundred forty-six
RESERVE-Row one: L.
Aaron, J. Hack, L. Buckley, N.
Hayes, B. Gray, Y. Coulter, M.
Chambers, P. Kellum.
Row two: H. Sommers, C.
Crawford, J. Efrusy, I. Heidt,
L. Bachrach, D. Martin, S.
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Field Hockey Team Staged Strong Finish
Merle Cady stops to shoot.
VARSITY-Row one: S.
Sanders, M. Cady, W. Wheek
er, S. Resk, B. Lawrence.
Row two: P. Nikites, man
agerg G. Flowers, A. Bartold.
B. Nauman, L. Beckwith, B.
Pervznar, S. Ashley, J. Hill
managerg Miss E. Dunn, coach
One hundred forty-seven
Despite a slow start, the girls, field hockey team, coached by
Miss Eleanor Dunn, came up strongly in their last four games to
finish the season with a 3-2-l record.
Suffering their only defeats in their first two games with Cooley
and Southwestern, the girls rallied for victories over Cody, Bloom-
field Hills, and, Northwestern. The seasonis only tie was with
Of special satisfaction to the team was its victory over the
heavily favored Bloomfield Hills team.
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JULIE GOTTLIEB B. B. G.
Row 1: N. Katz, G. Hochman, M. May, pres., M. Kanter
Row 2: S. Novitz, J. Rodman, E. Gendler, S. Kogan, S. Levine, S. Epstein.
Row 3: G. Bailies, C. Robinson, J. Morton, I. Caplan, C, Lepofsky, M. Fisher, N. Lustig,
sec'y., E. Feldman, B. Goren.
Row 4: Mrs. Zamsky, adv., R. Miller, treas., I. Lederman, J. Kalt, S. Olen, I. Kosak, C.
Rice, D. Krops, T. Kepes, S. Bailes, M. Tannenbaum, A. Rodman.
Best Wishes to the Class of T56
MUMFORD SPORT CENTER
18113 Wyoming Cat Curtisj
'See 714 7oz 20:44 576045019 7!eecZ4"
Tommyis Barber Shop
Two blocks south of 7 Mile Road
18615 Livernois Manicuring
"FOR THE BEST SERVICE
. . . CALL CURTIS"
18201 Wyoming at Curtis
BIG SWITCH IN '56
WRITE YOUR OWN DEALS AT
20001 Livernois UN. 3-0487
Best Wishes to the Class of 156 GOOD LUCK TO THE GRADS OF '56
nauvnow TERRII cz WM gm Dm-'71
FOR YOUR CATERING NEEDS 17415 Wyoming
18451 Wyoming Avenue
Detroit 21, Michigan
UN. 3-4361 Just across Santa Clara from Mumford
Come!! ibance Sfucho
"The 'team' tlmfs lmra' to beut."' DI. 1-2688 UN. 2-9572
HoRBAcl-vs GARAGE MODERNE
BUMPING AND PAINTING our SPECIALTY
GENERAL REPAIRING RECORDS - PHONOGRAPHS
CUSTOM HI-FIDELITY MACHINES
UN' 1-0077 18955 Livernois
17392 Wyommg UN' 49860 Detroit 21, Michigan Phone UN. 2-S497
One lzlmdrea' sixty
COLONEL MICHAEL MARCUS A.Z.A. 779
Row I: Harold Yaker. Jerry Rogoff. Danny Sklover. Larry Coggan. Gerry Cohn, Robert
Shaye. treasurer: Sheldon Gordon,
Row Z: Michael Goode. Ray Jacobs, Ronald Stewart. Gary Beckerman. president: Harvey
Lapides. Art Rosenbaum.Vice-president: Sheldon Goldman,
Row 3: Stan Halprin. Steve Crane. Allan Croll. Michael Lewis. Jerry Taylor, Rec. Sec.:
I-lob Stcinherger. lVlr. Philip Spitz. advisor.
One hundred sixty-one
Tel. UNiversity 3-2404
Nite Tel. TO. 8-6044
6CLfA86!l'6L! of .CJ-!0ll!el"6
A COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE
OUR BEST ADS
AL NEWTON A
RE WORM NOT WRITTEN
7342 West Sev '
en Mile Road at Prairie
BESTS DEUCA-I-ESSEN G-ARELICICS GALLERIES
ZOI35 Livemois - custom picture framing
UN' M700 20208 Livemois
Detroit 21, Michigan
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Congratulations to the Senior Classes of 1956.
Row 1: Stuart Megdall, Bernie Green, Donald Klein, Vice-presidentg Mickey Aller.
Row 2: Neal Kalish, Al Schwarz, Cattending U. of MJ, Larry Kepes, president, Glenn Rosin, Michael Krauss.
Row 3: Richard Chosid, Howard Shapiro, Howard Reznick, treasurer, Allan Rose, Phil Choen, secretary,
Michael Kent, Remey Rubin, Mr. Harold Rosenburg, Adviser.
L55 A ,.,. f.,,,,,, V
One hundred sixty-three
Congratulations to the Graduating class from:
MANCHESTER TIRE CO.
234 Manchester Avenue
Highland Park 3, Michigan
MOHAWK TIRES AND TUBES
Expert Vulcanizing and Recapping
O h d d sixty-four
PIZZERIA Gnd RESTAURANT
CARRY OUT SERVICE
7101 Puritan Avenue
Detroit 21, Michigan
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Congratulations to the Graduating Class From
Row l: lrwin Elson. David Schubiner. Elliot Gottfurcht, Gerald Blanke.
Row 2: Sheldon Stone, Marc Silber, Marty Golden, presidentg Michael Woolfe, vice-presidentg Michael Small.
Row 3: Ronnie Chaiken, Spencer Reuben, Walter Dishell, secretar
Not pictured: Steve Solomon, Mickey Slotkin.
yg Steve Schwartz, Sherwin Conway, treasurer.
1 8215 Livernois
LLOYD'S BEAUTE ARTS
Specializing in Permanent
Waving and Hair Coloring
UN iversity 3-4516
BICYCLE Sz HOBBY SHOP
12721 Seven Mile - West of Meyers
KADIMAH. B. B. G.
Row l: M. Lipschutz, M. Bernstein, R. Weinberger, F.
UN' 4-7656 Lapides, M. Franklin, G. August, E. Jacobowitz.
Row 2: S. Rosen, J. Sains, L. Gurwin, D. Goldfine,
pres.g L. Godfrey, sec.g B. Zelmon, H. Hoptman.
ij Row 3: Mrs. R. Raskin, Adv., F. Blumenstein, M. Bayer,
X T. Klar. F. Moore, H. Mackie. S. Feldman.
One hundred sixty-six
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it's 'touch and go' these days
There's little lingering in the laundry anymore. The washing is dis-
posed of the automatic electric way. Set washer or dryer dial and away you
go . . . to other jobs . . . even out of the house.
And the interesting thing is, by the 'time you change from Miss to
Mrs., automatic electric work savers will have made your life more than
ever "touch-and- go." .
One hundred sixty-seven
Q- 7,1 ,H-rw-xfrf. -+-
. fr as 'GSI-MTSU'
Fon msn scnool, GRADUATES
OP Ds om
WOODWARD AT CADILLAC SQUARE
PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT ' TENTH FLOOR
6000 PLA IE T W
li ' ' , - h - N , up
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'-:- -:.-.fm o:-a n exe-do -le ' elaine...oral-:zona-v:oirf:o..-e: o:a..osozniozoxo-o:oioL qo'o' i
One hundred s' ty- 'ght
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20176 Llvernols Detroit 21, Mich.
JAMES H. DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
CLEANING MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT
. ' 7
15798 INYOMIN P
DETROIT 21 MICH
Friar Tuck Hamburgers
Sherwood Forest Hotdogs with Cheese
Aged Steaks and Chops
Clothes With Expression
OPEN Harry Thomas
4 H A D 7 D A W k
2 ours ay ays ee 20114 Livernois Fine Clothes
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADS
Rosenberg Kosher Uatering Ce.
Puritan Community Market
KarI's Egg and Poultry Mart
JOHN A. BROOKS, INC.
Underground Lawn Sprinkling Systems
PHONE: UN. 3-9650
18641 Wyoming Avenue UN. 4-1261
20122 Livernois Detroit, Michigan
One hundred sixty-nine
There s a girl
I really admire"
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You'll hear that remark many times
about telephone girls. Most people
recognize that girls who work for
Michigan Bell are not only attractive,
but also smart and useful citizens.
When Jean started her job, she
had no telephone experience. But
she was trained with other begin-
ners by friendly, understanding
supervisors. Today she's proud of
her work, enjoys a fine salary, va-
cations with pay, regular wage in-
creases, and many new friends.
Jean was delighted from the very
first by the clean, pleasant surround-
ings, by the regularly scheduled mid-
morning and midafternoon "breaks',
for relaxing in comfortable lounge
rooms. And she found the company
thoughtful and considerate in so
many ways, such as sending girls
home in taxis when they worked the
late evening shift.
Telephone work offers many ad-
vantages! Why not get in touch with
us now? Find out more about the
interesting jobs from which you can
choose after graduation-customer
representative, telephone operator,
accounting and clerical work.
MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY
A Good Place to Work
One hundred seventy
WALSH IS A SPECIALIST
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
for the past thirty-four years. Day,
evening or Saturday classes will begin
September IO, I956. Registration for
Fall classes begins August I, I956. Free
placement assistance to students and
WALSH Nsrlruri ccouNrANcY
I20 MADISOII AVEIIIIE, DETROIT 26, MICII.
Telephone W0 I-5136 for tree bulletin by mail
Carry Out Service Air Conditioned
Famous Italian Foods
PIZZA PIES MADE BEFORE YOUR EYES
Open 4 P.M. to 3 A.M. - Closed Tues. - Sun.,
Hol. 3 P.M. to 3 A.M.
15207 W. Seven Mile Rd.
CADILLAC PACKING CO.
Grade One Sausage
Eastern Market, Detroit
QT? I5 I,
f 1521 4' ,
"Specializing in Italian Foodsi'
CARRY - OUT SERVICE
call WO. 5-5590
404 CLIFFORD ST.
Bet. Bagley and Washington Blvd.
BILTMORE BUILDING CO.
17615 Jas. Couzens Hwy.
Harry Galperin Corporation
50 W. McNichols Rd.
Q One hundred seventy-one
17600 Wyoming Avenue
snmsoN snomrns srnvlcr Opposite Mumfofd High School
6401 s Mile Road at Livernois UNiVefSifY 3-7967
UNM-:fsiry 1-3054 SOI- Gnd BOB
MBC Sure with Pure Oil Productsn 15716 W. 7 Mile Road BRoadway 3-6054
Corner Montrose BRoadway 3-6055
MAURICE ROSE' A.z.A.
Row One: B. Rosender, R. Schrage, A. Raznick, vice-president: J. Nosanchuk, R. Plotnick.
Row Two: C. Calfin, B. Gitlin, B. Sherman, president: M. Lieberman, L. Brotman.
Row Three: A. Sterns, P. Borden, P. Horowitz, L. Harris, M. Gottfurcht, A. Schneider.
LIVERNOIS - PEMBROKE
Livernois corner Pembroke
One hundred seventy-two
Wash Your Car at
JAX KAR WASH
'CA Clean Car Rides Better"
6 Mile and Meyers Road
Open Daily 8 . 12 Md gh
Sunday 8 .m. - 8 p
Phfmef UN- 4-9435 c:bQO7'CL17l6 Qieaners
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
Quality Cleaning ShirtsL d d
His Drums 84 Band
4831 W 7 Ml Rd
Music For All Occasi F P k g
19481 Lesure Ave. Detroit 35, Michigan Pick-Up SL Delivery VE. 8-1042
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On this final page I want to acknowledge my
gratefulness to those who helped me make the
yearbook a reality. As a team, the editorial staff
worked many hours to take pictures, write copy,
lay out pages and proof-read type. During this
time the business staff sold advertising, promoted
subscriptions and balanced the budget. l.n short,
everyone worked hard and without complaint.
I sincerely hope that we have succeeded in
bringing you a record which will always remind
you of the activities, friendships and even some
of the merriment of the past year. I also want to
wish the 1957 staff a successful year and trust
that they, too, will find their task as rewarding as
One hundred seventy-four
Art Club ,.,....,,.,.,.,...,..
Band ........,,.....,... ....,.
Bio-X Club ...44......,,....,...
Broadcasters' Club ..l...,. .
Capri ....,...,,...,,..,..,.....,........,..... ......
Chess Club .,.....,..
Club Presidents ...i..,...
Concert Choir .....i.,...s....,,. ....4.
Cross Country ....,........
Current Affairs Club
Custodial Staff .....,...,...........
Drama Club .,....,4......,.,...
Engineering Staff ......
Faculty . ,.,...,.,..t,, ...,..,.,... .
Field Hockey A A...
French Club ...........,.
Future Retailers .....,..
Future Teachers ,,
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Glee Club .,.........,,.....,., ...,,........ 1 08
Golf .,......,............ .........
Graduates e...... ,. ..,.. ..
H1-Y ...,,....,,.,,...........,..............,.....,..,,.,.. ......,
House of Representatives .s..,.......
Human Relations ,..,..,,,.........,.,.. .,i.,.,
, .... 67
l.M.S.S.C. ....,..........,,..,.,.i. ..,.,,..4 5 6-7
Junior Drama Clinic ............. ,...,..,. 8 4-5
Key Club .,.....,.,....,.,. f ....,...,.. .4.,...... 7 5
Last Word ,..,... .,..,..,.,......... , ..,.... 1 74
Latin Club ,,...,.........,. ........,. 6 9
Library Staff ...,..........,,. ..,.....,,. 6 4-5
Lunchroom Staff ....,..,,.
M Club ..... ......ii.,.......,,. i..,......., 8 0 -1
Mamselles ...i... .,..,,.
Mercury ,.,,,.,...s. ...s....
Music ,....... ,,,.,
One hundred seventy-six
Office Staff ....,............... ,4,,,,,A,,,. 3
Panorama ..,.... ......,.. 5 4-5, 90-1, 120-1
Play ..,,,.,.,.,...... . ,,,.,.....,.,.............,.... 112-l7
Quill and Scroll
Radio Club .,.,.,..,...,.,...,....., ............ 6 3
R.O.T.C. .....,... .
Science Club .,.....,,
Spanish Club ,,...
Stage Staff ..,.,......
Tennis ,.,........... , .,,....,........,.....,. ...,. .,... .
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