Mumford High School - Capri Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1957

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President Harvey Krupp. Vice-President Thelma Holley . . . .Secretary Max Gendleman. ,Treasurer SAD 1 - up-dn-I W:-ff' mv 5 Ig Stuart Abramowitz Bernice Appel Enid Berk Michael Berman Q a ,fi 'QI AX Sanford Beck Sheila Berman William Bowdle Elaine Boykanski Janis Brown .fgugudl 1956 gftldudfed 4, V 7-x 'Gr 5 me 9 , 4 T ' X ,S , 1,3 fg x Louis Falik Loretta Freedman , 'ff Q, . ,. , fb Duane Geisz 1, 'Q' 7 Carolyn Goode 6 "'-up Paul Hirnelhoch Max Gendelman in 4-J Melvyn Cvazda Paul Jacobson 'R' - Carl Caliin Sandra Dawes Duane Dollar Page Tru Bernard Krause Harvey Krupp - Leonard Frishman Marlene Frumin Maxine Glenn Thelma Holley Q 1 , -7, Q .' 1 Q, Q, 1 Ia Sidney Goldman sv' mfg .' Lawrence Harris 5 f' , sm ' 4 s r Sherwin Kepes Robert Komer fx 1-'Ng O Si ' 1 f' L ,f Rosalind Lax .xduguol 1 956 gfaduafed Sidney Levine Page Eleven ,Off 1 Nancy ,Io Montgomery Rae Morris Patricia 0'Hara :tl ' 'X . 'Gu' X ' R 1 Fred Pass Carol Rice David Roach Evelyn Rossett Rosalie Roth .ludy Sheirer iii , " X all , Q, I l In Bemard Schrott Dan Snyder Melvyn Stemfeld 9 'Ys 1' Cv ss: ""7" K . 'x H 4' Q .xxa Adrianne Weinert Albert Zlatkin Miriam Schumer - V1 19' 1 'R"'jj"'9 Howard Shapiro President anuafy OMC? P5 , , YN., Z 'Q N? eaae nof fo Lanz unfif f" ' . viz, Joel Shere Elaine Ash Robert Tanner Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Page Twelve xl January steenng committee row one J Hack B Dxcken L Ross E Kasoff B Goldsmith Row two J Shere S Conway L Whtchard A Baker R Tanner J Purdon D Mossman t OM C2050 fo LU? Orgamzmg the semor class prlor to the election of officers was the responslblllty of the January Steerlng Commlttee headed by Lynne Ross, chairman Under the sponsorship of Mlss Margaret Doherty of the Forelgn Language Depart ment and Mr John McDa1d of the Math ematlcs Department this group conducted the semor electlons The steermg commlt tee then dlsbanded and the newly elected officers then took over to guide the class successfully through Its varlous actxvltles An mterest m school affalrs and a coun selors recommendatlon were the require ments for membershlp on the commlttee S . 4 Prepanng to tally the electron returns are J. Purdon, J. Hack, D Mossman, B Dlcken, S. Conway, A Baker, and L. Whnchard Page Thzrteen l A-5 35 V ll Kf Llp . 'W K vm- A ,. ll V l J - 1 "Z I- ,, 'I' 5' I ff . Jai- ll . r t 'Sf t , , Q' 4' ' ' . : . , . ' , . , . , . ' . A f 77 e 1 I . 0 ' ' . ' ' . . 9 ' - , . , . 7 . . . D 9 l , . ' FH, x - ' - F 'L x f by Y U f 1 . X Y. ,I a x I 'X j . , ,va my f 1 on P- . i Paul A delson Q , B -g Elaine Ash B1 Z Marcia Berman Louis Bressler 'Z xxx-4' - s--af 'R LADY!! Al'amlJaSiCl'l Marvin Argngvitz Arthur Baker 5 Susan Bloom V , 1 2 v I. fV- , H 4 f'??m Burton Bronstein JN NOW Ronald Berk 1' Y , 7 ' . . R Bernie Bocolor 'IP B0 2 .vs ,nv b N N If Susan Cohen Judith Cooper Andrea Doner v . Gi I -J' l Lawrence BI'0U'Ilall M31-lene Feinberg 'Z' Cherlliak Richard Chosid Sharron Cohen Lorraine F01-egngn James Connor Beverly Diclcen f '33 ' t' ' Af.-' 5 Judy Dunitz Enid Fink ' 'I l Sheldon Gold Sherwin Conway Sandra Diskin . -rf Marsha Epstein X K William Fitzpatrick Arlene Goldberg alludfy I 95 7 gfadllated Barbara Goldsmith Y -.42 f , if G Michael Grand 3 5 Judith Hack Susan Goodman ' as ' Bert Green 1 a f l Stanley Halprin Ann Gottlieb Martin Guyer Donna Stuart Handler Ira Harris Suzanne Heidt "--...r' -...Q sf page Fiheen Judith Holinstat Philip Horowitz Douglas Howard - Judy Kraase , Q Jf K X Harvey Leach Ilaine Lorber Margaret Mclntyre Ralph Mag T' Lois Margolis Rxchard M1 - 2? xy Doris Krops Q 5? Shirley Latimer Douglas Mossman Stanley Nesselson Amold Neuman fi 'QT 'WFFS 2 Ks! 'avi Leon Levine Sharon Loher Beverly Obery Murray Pitt William Price 63- KP vi Glenn Lustig Charles McGlinnen 'O it .cf --.47 viii 1001 lM8hlCl' John Malmanis anuary f 957 faduateif Ross Prujan A Philip Rands if Pearl Mirkin Sharon Mondshine Page Seventeen Audrey Rocklin KY- M. I ac Purdon Sandra Resk f- Hilda Rosenberg Carol Radner Janice Reznik A QQ -Q27 David Rosenblatt 2? Carol Ross Larry Rubin IX Elaine Rudack IQ jerry Schare Martin Schwartz Howard Shapiro r 54" Y-I J x Ji x ,J '7' X 'T7' Judith Shepherd Michael Sherbin Joel Shere ' 0' I Q is '? -J N "':" if . A ,-r '33 Sheldon Sinai Vera Stein ,An 41 Elaine Turner af-'iii X L' Betty Watson '15- Steinman ,, 2 I ftv dward Vulpe 4 i xx? rf O Mike Weiner Sorokin i Harvey Sosin ' 'f' fr 1. TJ f7'r,1A Robert Tanner f'i 'T -J X 'ye , . gf- ,Y . . .. '54 rr' 'lyfgiig Q .gfggird s James Wagner 'st Myrna Weisman Barbara Zxmmelman Alan Zohott Marvin Zuch A ,V , , 4, EM Nan Scholnick Presxdent 01204 fo fAQ llfufe, IUQ LII i 2 IGPQJQIIL edfll l'0h'l t 2 padf my WZ? NV: fi.: .lacqunlme Efrxm N 1ce- Presuient lille lC2l'5 Nandra Schrut Walter Dlshell Secretary Treasurer Page Twenty f f 0 4 f A . CW F fi Fi-Q E Page Twenty-one June Steerm Commlttee row one NI Meyerson S Bertman A Rothbart D Curtis L Zuckerman Row two C Shulak N Falk G Walter R Kobel NI Sale m E Lappln Row three S Mtller W Dlshell K Gltlm H Applebaum S Gro berg S Schwartz .gearing ommzlfee aye The June Steenng Commlttee was under the co sponsorshlp of Nllss Rosalmd Olm stead, Enghsh lnstructor, and Mr John McDa1d, mathematlcs teacher Before thexr officers were elected or tzlng the semor class was the prune respon slblllty of the Steerxng Commnttee lhe tk Wd, fo 306605 ll! edl' group, comprised of semors selected representatlves of thexr respectlve study halls, also helped to orgamze many gradu ate actlvltles Elxglblllty for Steerlng Commlttee was based on an lnterest m school affairs and cl counselor s appolntment FSVITAQ 33.393 SVN" l'l9l!16 as S Mlfiigqffegfff' ' W !l!8'!3s3,gyeyu1'o '1 N !l'2YQ2:ossssfvss'0'1 The job of initiatin Qenior Sponzor huzalind 0lm:te:.1d and committee member Qteve Schwartz was up to Mr. ,Iolm BIcD1id. 4? 1 Sidney Alwls fungi' My Brenda Abramson Charlaine Ackerman R Z Joel Adelman Joanne Africh Priscilla Agnew vu 'fin- in N.. Lawrence Allan i june gI'dJllate5 1957 sq-ox 7 t C1 , S Q 'Q Marjorie Altman 'aa L. ! Howard Applebaum Barbara Armstrong - Mary Lou Anguish Sandra Armstrong ibn fl Miriam Aronofl Andrea As Reid Ashton Lula Austin 2 , is 'X " .T-'I ' a Jean Balfour Judith x Q ' r Y My ,N K. f I I 5? Lois Barr Joseph Batt Q V ef., page Twentwwo Henry Bechek Gary Becker - Valerie Ascher R..,N WC" George Bagdasarian Philip Bain Barclift Z7 Raumhaft ane Beekrnan 04 1 ar.. ll V X59 ,Ieraldine Ashby Shirley Beitnlan Allen Bennett Penelope Bennett ,Q '6 Rochelle Barcus '54 Sarah Bayliiafl Glenn Berthet ' ff. - 4' 9 fi l t Lynn Beckwith Janet Binff Page Tzcenty-lhrec D QI" Georgia Bergman liejcan Bcrlow June glracluafea 7957 'ST if tr e' l-1 Barbara Bertin Mary Binion X C f'f4f Penny lf lstein 'X Susan Biber 'C' 3' J V x l , Melvyn Bircoll Qs ' -f' ,K . Carole Bissinger Alice Blandino QB , l 'z A K M1155 ' iff Phyllis Blau Beverly Bledsoe une gracluafea 1 957 Robert Bluestein Harold Blumenstein QF' Gerald Blanke 'Q 11" ' Q Stuart Bloom J v i fv- S Ll f Kaye Bodenhorn -6 Judith lloesky Brenda Borock Dorothy Borowsky Page Twenty- four Gerald Borsand Barbara Box mf M. 1 Sheldon Brenner Allan Breyer aff' David Broner Barry Bronson Stuart Brown Lyn Brozgold I . Richard Cahill Donald Castleman Otis Bradford Arthur Bricker Barbara Brown 49 'ba - Jerry Buckner Jr'-N fv- X -I5 F Ronald Chaiken 5, Bluma Bremen Harvey Brode V. 4' 's QW he an gy 4 Helena Brown K. Shirley Burko fi 3 o it er: Marilyn Chase Page Twenty-five Gerald Chernow l Frederirk Clark sc Z? Q r sly I Beverly Cohen E . -X : 5.1. I ww-i r., -an Lois Cohen Y an fr ,V Rosalie Christie Gerald Coats une gl'aJuate5 I957 525, V Nr 'Q Brenda Cohen Lorraine Cohen Carolyn Cohn k '5 'Y V ff Marllynn Colton Janice Columpus une gl'aJu.ate5 I957 Martln Cooper Myrna Cousens Alan Croll Jacquehne Efrusy Hobert Exsenherg Barbara Crosby Doreen Curtls Myrna Dalltz Page Twenty sw lrwln Elson Marllyn EI'lCkSOll if 'G' Susan Davis Walter Dishell lvan Faggen Nancy Falk Len dw f E l. Sandra Dorf Roslyn Dubin Audrey Faren Sheldon Fealk if une I'dJuateJ 7957 Eaton Karl Ecker 1 W David Elbinger Eileen Eserow ffm "' P 4' - G7 - Xllllllilm E.ll6llSlClll Carol Fenwick f Jacqueline Etenson Page Twemy-sewn Sue F is Lois Ferguson K. Janet Fisher Florence Fogel Donalri Folberg Anita Foon Esther Forman Harvey lsurnian llosemnry Francisco June gI'dJllate5 I 957 William Frerlrif-l1 Rrentla lireerllznnl is 'Q ""'-1 GT: 5-ff 0 3 'Q' 211' Eeta l7reem'1n 1f""9 x., Charles Calin Marlene Franklin 'F I Rochelle Cantz 5 Qi Philip lfreeallaml James Ciannaris I' 410 L, Diane Fries 'Z' Cary Calin "ibm Betty Gemolas PD Rebecca Gilbert Dolores Freelman Lawrence Freedman Sandra Freedman - Bernard Clieherman Phyllis Cold Page Twenty-ezghl Q xi? Tom Funke Sheldon Galens '77 Louise Galinsky Michael Gantz 6- 2:9 Claire Genser Rudolph Gerhard Kenneth Gitlin Myron Gittleman Q Theodore Goldberg Martin Golden Page Twenty-nine ,Ioei Goldman Bernard Golds Frederick Goldsmith if LHWTPIICC Goldstein Patricia Goldstein Rochelle Goodman ga it ix . pf, o 1- ff - Q- William Goodman June gfddllatezi I957 Q Philip Goodwin f" eu.- David Gordon Milton Gordon Seymour Gordon Nlark Gottesman - ll ' 'ff Of, as- Arlene Gottlieb Jerald Gottlieb 'Xluyray Gould xi w 'K Ellen Grad Joel Grand Bobbie Gray June Qucluafed I957 5 I he , if X' . X ,F if ,ff 4 KN., Gary Greenstein ,lerry Grenman Judith Gresham 'wr 'it'-f' is Emily Gunsberg . V,, R1SSd iiaas T Gary Gussin Helen Hackulman Clarene Hancock aw 3 fi V I W Y Barbara Hartwig 5, . Lee Harris Jerry Harwin 41- , I wr 6 ii ' bhe don F merg Marcia Grossman Cordon Grozdanoif Page Thirty Suzanne Heiman Suzanne Heller - VID' Charles Cuttenherg Gail Haas 'V V xi Bernice Hagenjos Z . ' l 7,1 , f , M " i 5, new". I ,V ,A Susan Hart Daniel Hass 3-'49 N-.1 Richarfl Hencken X A-uv, Jay Hamburg f Louetta Hartstein Nancy Hayes I' Andrea Henry Page Thirty-one I 'X Zona Herbst Geraldine Herman Marshall Hersh 9' gi H , ,Aman V2 1 'S Linda Higley Harry Hirsch Loraine Hirschman June gracluafed 1 957 'X Fvx Mary-Jane Hodge Michael Hoffman Robert Holmes ' QQ Lt" Paul Hooberman Souren Hovsepian Norman Hubert J Sylvia Hutcherson Marlene Hutner , Lawrence Hyman Linda Jones John Jordan at Nancie lczkovitz Robert Israel Mary Jackson Carole Kalt Michael Kamen June giracluafed 6: ' 17 1957 'hiv '!'f i it A vi ,Y Paula Jnltson is- 'Z' Gerald Katchxnan Darryl Katz 'HO' ir' Q15 Ffh Sheldon Jacobs Dean Jarnac Sheila Katz Alvin Katzen fx 'Z Dx' Diana ,la-low William Johns Naomi ,lohnson . . ' Marsha Ketai Marshall Kevs 4 s 'ist 3- 4 Q . 1. s . i,':., f-7 jf' V, Ylf ks ' -O j 'w..4' Merle Kacly fv-N Shawn Kalle MF-lvin Klein Rohcrt Kolrel Robert Komorn Marshall Kaplan ' un' all-7 4 5 . Judith Katz Sandra Katz QI 'xii - x tx I Clara Ke-c-skes Marshall Keltz llenv Kosak S? -I' 'Q 4.5 ' v 4 T' . 'V 42' I i ' 'A 54 2 gx X I V Faith Klein Lois Klein . Bc-rvl Kramer Page Thirty-three ' Michael Karamihas Caroly Kopetko Natalie Korby 95: 5 une gjracluafea 1957 Susan Kotin R ., 0 1 , f Alice Krauss Andrea Korn 0 iw G V ? Gail Kott sg, L- llivlmrfl Kflfxgfl' L 1 Dax 5-3 kr.-w Lawrence Krugel Eilene Kushner bi. Haiti 112- Lakin Myra Lakoff Thomas LaLonde June gfaduateif 1957 A I . Lois Lentzer Elaine Lesser Gail Leon Harriet Le Sharon Levitt Sondra Levitt j- ' 'D Vw? M5-' 3 X liut i I an Nantlra Lappni i'n1ci I appln Franklin lem Sidell Lewis 6 '59 fMTs" A . Co 4 I x f , 'J s s U i if sf if ,fx 2 L in t Wx X 31511.11 Lazarov Louise Lazarus Sandra Leemon - Frances Lieberman Rosanne Light Page Thirty-four Leonard Rosa: Phyllis Levenstein '51 I er if Arlene Lewis .-X nnette Lezell A ndrcw Lim fharlutti- l.i':lwrvin Sanford Lutz Mildred McCann 2- fc. Kenneth Lerner Marcia Lipsky Judith Lilkin Stephen Lilnin Q Q1 '15 U1 f M. i 554 5,3 ,HAD gifliag zffbihih 13:53 Bch Lesine Clarf-nr-e Locke Betty Lockitski Theodore Lucas 5 June gracluafeo 3 y,f 1 95 7 f Constance Lewis Alice McEwen Q? Elizabeth Lindsay Page Thirty-he Mary Lou Nialesky Henrv Malone Sherrill Marblestone Lynnel Marg Sanford Marks Sandra Martin lonathan Marwil Roslyn Marx Stanley Marx Julie gl'aJllate:f 1957 1 Stew art Matthews Diane May it A, Iii I.f-tymml Meizlish ,N Q' , i f' fee Xurom Melikiana leuurem'c Menclelsolm Sandra Mendelsohn Page Thirty-six i if fiy 3 QS-7' ' Kenneth Meyers Miriam Meyers Sheldon Milgrom Carol Miller 'K' Mitchell Millman Neil Millman Henry Mitchell Martin Frances Morgano Marian Morton f 9' W larci Meyerson ' x ,x , Frederick Miller Anita Mintz 9 -1--X 1 QI Fraudelle Mittleman 4? I f" Q Susan Micko Y Shelby Miller sv--7 if Gerald Mitchell E f No' Y Helaine Moltz r, ' 1' '..,,. if ,., . ,i ' -of be W M .. .-. U U A 1 hm 1 1715 , , "N ,l. "'m'f"4 :M Barbara Myers Gerald Natinsky . t U 1 l f-fii1.fE L t ' 'S+ 1' l Henry Newman Diane Nieman June graoluafea 1 95 7 Jerome Nosanchuk Sharon Novik Judith Moss George Mullen page Thinweven Robert Oleson Dennis Ollerman Ngnq Ollr-rm Q: i 4165 -, . , :,, X ..-,. ,f ' P 1 , if AV, i f f yi GPv'FilfllY1C' O -lmrm' Dale OV6I'Sl6y David Pallggwski A A Q 1: ,-3 7.-'T' B. Q , wwf iq Nicliolgxl Pz.,-pa bail Pastor une Gucluafea 1957 P fi? Melvin Pearl Harvey Pearlman Q, x W Macey Perlman Suzanne Perlman Donald Patterson f v Mary Perinjian Lenore Perlove Dennis Pelson Norman Perry 7:- F ,, if 'V 4. 15' Z 1 Wilma Phillips Barbara Plaskove ff' Myrna Porter Samford Pc 'i ' s Cecil Raitt Jessica Rakowski Page Thirty-eight Charles Reeves Donald Reimer - 'T if X135 "24- Barbara Pevzner Arnolfl Phillips Daniel Rivhman James Risto Max Robins Raymond Pliskow Richard Pollinger Daniel Robinson Elsie Robinson Carv Roggin june gfdduated 19? 1957 Arthur Pyrros Peter Quint 1 'S -5. e .-C: .1 '. f nr f ' . '-5 "'- is 'Q' f K ' f A Elizabeth Raskin Gail RHSOI Barbara Romain Stephen Rope Alan Rosenbaui ox Q V 4 .Q x f ga C -g Q X s i V. , I if "T " Y? 6.4 5 , e ff L . i ' " ,- 'e.A , R t . . Lawrence Remer Peter Reveno Page Thimmim, Lynda Rosenberg Lois Rosner Helyn Ross 4? 'rw- Michael Ross Q. ps rl- 1 A I V , 1 . fs- , q F 1 is Ronald Rothenberg hx W:-4 Dennis Roltell Richarcl Rourke Melvyn Rubenfire i'.T"" Sur Harvey Rubenstein Barry Rubin f'x Q' . ir. 3, Z Mx Grace Rubenstein Norman Ruby Brenda Rfcus Ralph Sachs Elias Safran xt, , 8 5 6 1 L, 0 1 , gg , Lowell Salinslcy fs 'CZ' Barry Sarver Jack Sasson S' A Q Phyllis Schatten Sandra Schrut DaVld Schubmer 'P 'Z f-,J Norman Sage Michael Salesin Arthur Schwartz ,,. ID Q T M S K X , ru N -x I i 1 ix Sharon Sanclere Scarlett Sanders Rena Schwartz 5 'J9' Betty Satterwhite James Schaeffer G. Q' W AXA Marilynn Schmier Nan Scholniclc Sharon Schuchard Freyda Schultz t Barbara Schwartz Sabina Schwartz june graduated I957 a 0 'L S , 4 Virginia Seiter s in SV John Seligman fi of K t W ,Iuclith Schwartz as Steven Schwartz Sandra Sellers 33" Page Forty-one George Semefjian .loel Shapiro Melvin Shapiro - fx 5, 0 Phyllis Shah Deborah Shear Ee ., . Sandra Sher Carl Shulak June graoluafeo I 957 Gy - Leon Shebses 2 A Seema Silberstein Merle Silver Q 1 45, ' I it ,gl if Z 1 N - lin N f i Q . v. I 4 4 fl Z - fy Corinne Shulak llichsml Silvermfin Suzanne Simms in Judith Simons Seymour Simons f 7 QT? Yi Q. Fredric Shulak Cherie-Lynne Siegan S David Siegel Brent Slavin LL Q-9' ,loan Small Elinor Siegel Ann Siegrist Marc Silber Page Forty-two Saundra Smith William Smith 3 ,xtfv Lnuiec 5ilxc-rn: in ff, X Lincla Sinmn 4: in 1 S w ' xlLlUff'fTll SilXl'flll.lll - WW Nlirghael Simon 9 T' Clifford Simpson Robert Sklar Michael Small Lynne Sznokler f' nn- Nlarshall Smith qu- .' Q Charles Smolinski Page F arty-three 5 1:7 fs- , Sheila Solomon 'iii' 5 X' X Freya Spector Carol Stein lrving Stieglitz a-1 Fx, Stephen Solomon ll 'uv' Annette Spinner Une GNZJUG 1957 1.15 ,Iuclith Stein James Stokes fea av, Elaine Stone 3. 'QL IQ Sheldon Stone Pauline Stoyk Lawrence Trunslv. Ellen Turkel V217 f, If ft Frances Sturman Florine Sugarman Jeffrey Tanrl Kfilllly UNflCNV00fl as Lf x I fx' Ivx 1957 june gl'aCluat25 N ancy Victoraon Rita Unrot Anne Viney 'vim rf, ul Barbara Tarnopol Jerry Taylor Caroline Terry Richard Walton Barbara Walunas , ph... 'US ' Q- xx Remolure Thompson David Thomson Nlanual Toumajian . Allan Warnick Diane Warren Page Forty four I Eleanore Lvclkoif Lillllil Virrlur 241 er'--Q es Wagenhelm Gordon Waller in 1f"TV Ronald Warmbier G r 6 ., Delores Warshawsky Miriam Waxman Marilyn Webb Walter Weber yune gracluafed I957 .xr I ki Ianet Weingarden Larry Weingarden Ntua Fam- me Judith Weinstein Terry Weingardex Joar l. Joyce Weintraub Gerald Weitzman Harold Welch Sharon White Doris Wilkerson Sheldon Winkelman June gfdtluatezi 1957 32 Barbara Winston ,lean Williams .V K - 40 1 ' L A i i, lrwin Wolfe A 'E' David Wolskl Milton Wood Michael Woolf - Page F arty-si v Ronette Yafle Barbara Yarrows M6 f Rosemarie Zabler Barbara Zamanigian Q Howard Zamsky Deana Zechman 1 v f --E, S V.: ,.,,,,' , 'S, a 'Q J 2 wish. , yfiql .. lrving Zeltzer Linda Zuckerman In Memoriam Sally Tucker 9 I . ,sm 9- C 'n.n,.R: " 1 H UT E i"f:4p . P. . ' A ,f .1 fafwrff' - Yl"!' 9 1a ,,4-.M "' Q-3-Q Vw. , xii ,-.- if iff 'fx 'kit wifi if 'kit-x 'kit if if txkti tif wuasix... ' A g ' ' 1 ll - -N, Q ' . f 1 ' ' I - 4. we i i 1 ' . . . ..'. Q . 5 X n ' U ' -pf! ' il 4' L 'vga' 1 0 O .2 ff wr-- ifif'W 5 if -M1 532 I H, If M152 1 u ' ' R ' 'lr'8iR7,,.'L S A-Vin. -'n '-f 'F JLQIH K' 'C' 1' "L'L'.. fl", 'W S, . Ig' .1 ul la Th-'K I ' --' 1 my W .Xnf f: J - 6 xt I In .GQ ' l . 1. ji Bllmdlsl, ,hr AN0x 5 1 8' 'QQ Nia A 'Q' I1 Y 'XA Joan Balson Eunice Cauley Gertrude Urikcr HCSICI Walter Farber Verna Flanders .-115, pk 'iw George .lacobs Charles Kaufman Sofev Kloss Blossom Lehrman Sonia LlHS1u'r Margaret Maher lg if 2 Q ' se. 332 , J ,Q , 5 L A I L ll A Ar Q fi iw X' ' " .lane Morris Rosalind Olmstead Hortense O'Shea Dorothy Patterson Zelda Pollinger Edith Powelson Raymond Ford Vaughn Hoogaai J "" fa L , ' G?- 1-of -.7 4 , Earl Matthewi ,Iohn Meng 4 fl it Vt 9 G lxfi' Virginia Schmoll Manuel Simon wr- JJ! Marie Snyder Sam Spector John Swift Alice Tucker SaUf0l'd Yost if 'bull ICUCIN C ll' .- g , A A, ,f ., , ., A Jay liiuluuul and Judy 1 I ll 1 signal in their radi pe lx l Us PC L' as- b and U Y-. ommunzcafion ere aaferecl in H9554 645625 students receive a well-rounded program in composition Make up fmak up! 1 if faq 2 to apply grcasepamt powdcr etc Quotations such as "Out, out brief candle! . . .", "How do I love thee . . .", and "W are the hollow men . . .H are as familiar to us as our own names. Because of Mumford's English Department, we should know the difference between who and whom and be- tween a gerund and a participle. To be able to write anything from a short theme to an involved term paper should also be our prowex. Besides the compulsory four years of lit- erature and composition courses, it was also possible for some of us to enjoy and receive credit for such classes as public speaking radio speech, drama and journalism. ln addition this year marked the introduction of a new course called world literature Mumford was also one of the few schools in the city offering a leadership training pro- gram for outstanding students. There is also a class in speech correction under the instruction of Miss Hortense Ed- munds, a specialist in this field. Students with exceptional ability in writ- ing were able to win awards by competing in the many literary contests such as The Scholastic while those who enjoyed public speaking participated in oratory and for- ensic contests. and literature classes. XXX cr .ite 1 iz out rf ones mind as lin ll h class l Gertrude Armstrong Charles Braun May Czajkowa Margaret Doherty this vw '4'?' Jeanette Fned Jane Galanbowlcz Ins Gallez Anne Jacobstem Raymond Jacovettl METIOH Kelly Elsle Macholl Marjorie Reas Momque W .tener Edxth Kow ach Department Head DISCE AUT DlSCEDEl Myrna Lararov dlcn l8IlIllS qumque perocto dl5C1pl1llS de mxstletoe et Drulds W .SQOLQ well' allguage all Bonjour Gaudeamus lgltur Bue nos d1as and GutenTag rang through the halls of Mumford Wxth German added to the currlculum thls year Mumfords For exgn Language Department became one of the most actxve In the city Besldes learning new vocabularles con Jugatlons of verbs and how to count 1n a forelgn language, we became acqualnted w1t.h the homes customs hlstory speech A I Mu , Shui! 441 H' ,X 11' Des etudlants parlent sur le tape recorder dans des classes de francaxs Page Fzfty two - ---.-....... TTA? 1 lr.. ' , fb. .. ,R ,,' K . z:-Sify'-I-. 9 55523-I-1 Y. e .' .g s, 1 fi' or.: .I 1 , " ,I if nf 4 je. 'br I 1 Q ' V Lf, H Y . . . . . '5,j5sf, f . . . ,, . . ,, ' ' 1517 . 45 rg Y . l 4315.45 4 ' cl 9 GG ' 39 GL ' ' 77 GL 1 9 ' ' 79 56 99 . . , , . I L . . . , - 7 9 7 K ' ff - . o 4 't -. if tr' .aff -1' X -A , Q, 44 g Z J. V t As u . . .. X, Myma Lazarov et Ruthan Fhaenko le un! latmum newspaper Hll6lel'Jf00J O Wez9ALor4 F and llterature of the mhabltants of many far off lands To augment these studxes tape recordings phonograph records and slldes were a part of our classwork Also, we remember the fun we had when we played hangman, numbers and scrabble ln French Latm, Spanxsh, and German We all reallzed the lmportance of forelgn languages m lmowmg countrles ln such close proxxmlty to us rlli Rom Yaffe splelt hangman auf deutsch Z EL cmeco 004 Romuo U lil-CR 100 Iv l Hams S Handler 5 ag .J r -ns Y iQ Trane y K Eaton hablan 1 X Lbffbf 'J NN Nggklllllll X C-c F L Neflfxon las xnfluencxas de vanas raza en la Lullura espanola Lnos amstas espanoles IS cuten sus obras may 3g '. X X . W x X Q l 1 Louise Beck Vlinettn Breman Milton Budyk Harold Dgvig 'Ui I 'eil' Janet DeBorst David Dombey Marion F ortener Ellen Foster Q 4 .V'.- I ,QQ an A V,:,5l W: ,ff QM.. , A .. A I ' fb! Q Q 5 f J ' X W 'Z 76? Wi' X ff ' T., -rd? " I, ' GK Gloria Greining Anna Holley John Lindsey Laura Luhr .lohn McDa1d Dora Rubenstein Ollve Wlggllls Miss Wiggins shows that there is geometry nn every facet of life 1 f' I fa HT X , . f 'W 1 C ' 5 " 2 x ,Q N 1' Page Fzfrs fre i 4-,hx X In our world today sclence and nts re lated fields makes mathematlcs a necesslty for each of us We must recogmze that the new developments ln atomxc energy and the peuahzed nature of blg busmess create an ever mcreasmg need for mathematlclans Obvlously such courses are b3SlC for many college studxes In th1s we feel that our school offered a tomprehensne selectlon of courses ln tlns concrete suence l. nder the dxrectxon of M1 s Mlldred Tayler, the Mathematlcs Department offered classes from the fundamentals of algebra to the com plexltles of trlgonometry and sohd geome try fo supplement these courses, classes ln general math, soclal math and semor arithmetic, whlch IS no longer a requlre ment for graduatron among those students takmg hlgher math, were also avallable to Interested students Wrth lts many hnes and angles, mathe matlcs lmks the present to the future Pencnl paper ruler compass and pro tractor are put to good used by Sue Blondy and Cllbert Cetz Closed gone flshm ' ' Mr Davis explains the fundamentals of lrlgenometry to lus class We 41 sf -1 y 1 1 ' , -W l 's ' I . .f C L ,f-2 ,Z 6 I as Z 1 2 l ,H 'Qt I ,l H In uf' f fff 'V lff 7 ' ' , 4 F 4 'Q lv N 'X , , gf .I lac . - ,vo . . v V, , S l. . 1 . . , . 5 .v . 1 1- I s 'I' v . . . ,S ' .. . . f . . . . . H5 J Ax 15:- Samuel Ascher NTlllC6Ut Campbell Ruth Clarke Marlan Dnttus ol v-l I ur III. auf Loren Ggfdner Lhaflgg, C1055 Ula HOITOB lhlargafet l.h'l1ddlCl0ll I C L 3 4' ki ur' fx 1 W1 Mlchael Saporsky Alfred Strepelt Eugene Tarrant Elton Tletz Marlon Wanless john Sn-andberg Department Head w .X4l'0lUlJ M Cleflfe 606525 HOLE!! Do xt your elf Lhrlstma wre its are rurtured by Lonme Condo and Frar ,la lox Many changes occurred 1n the Sclence Department th1s past year Under the d1rec tlon of Mr John Strandberg head of the department a new course mlcro chemlstry was xntroduced Through the use of spe clahzed equlpment students were able to develop better laboratory skllls Those of us who took blology chemlstry phy ICS and physlology became well ac quamted vnth mxcroscopes d1s ectlng ma terlal test tubes and vernler calrpers Also ln Florxstry a knowledge of floral arrange- ments and the cultlvatxon of plants was ac quxred Physwgraphy the study of the changmg formatlons of the earth proved to be a very challengmg and beneficlal course Through all these classes we became fa nuhar Wlth the composltlon of our world about us As a memorlal to one of our best loved teachers the Scxence Department offered an outstandmg sclence student the Mar garet C Teal Scholarshrp of one hundred dollars to carry on wnth hrs c1ent15c tudxes Page lzfty 511 A f lvl' L ' lu l 31. f x l , ' 'V v c A 'M 1 , A 'l l e 0' 'W T ' S. l ' V 1..4 U X , . "Lo ' na l foundfd la s ll 'y trian- ' W- ' bu gas lr diese--le lr g. K Q - J' we " ' , . ft lx 'N f Z A V r ll A aw- r . f if 3 ' , , 'Y ' r , Q W S ' rl 'fl ' all ' f Ol' 5 . ' , a 9 ' 9 ll ' 77 ' ' . ' - 5 's 31 A ' ' ' l 1 "S 'c. ' ' ' , . , . , H S. , . - . Y. . 5 be .-S . 0 . S. L B - . . ' .. l, - V l , k 9 , K , U rp ' A 1, - I . T A . . S . . A , z L 9 l . I h W 1 1 1 J a skit i if Takln tnps to such places as the City-County Building was on the a enda for Cmcs classes. E E X Lfnm 5 2 2 Gvk , 4+ Q 4 ' I 4 .Soaaf .SQIMAQ5 .S?re55ecJ f X it ,1 A 1 Aaron Gornbein Thaddeus Korczynaki Gertrude Malloy IB james Mxddleton Lewls Mlllman Dorothy PCITOH John Ruddon Lewis Schulman Dorothy Segal Norval Slobm Dons Utter las., .Y Page F1 fry-ezght Melvin Weisz Lavlma Wood Thgmas Wolff Ralph Weaver No matter how they look at it, David Elazar 5, - .24 ylnalerdfancbng of Conrhfions Contestants on quiz programs were not the only ones who could answer such ques- tions as "What was the Dred Scott deci- sion?" and "Who was Hannibal?" Those of us who took history, civics and economics knew the correct replies also. Besides these courses which were required for graduation, students could have received credit for con- temporary affairs, Michigan history, geog- raphy and Latin American history as well. These classes helped all to gain a wider horizon in their pursuit of a knowledge of world, social and economic conditions. Dur- ing this past year, under the auspices of the Social Studies Department, headed by Mr. Maxwell Hutchinson, Mumfordites partici- pated in various radio and television pro- grams. One of these was "Decision" on which the issues of the national elections were discussed. "Should a college educa- tion be free?" was the topic of a locally broadcast radio show, "Junior Town Meet- ing." Students also took part in "Quiz 'Em on the Air,', sponsored by a major Detroit radio network. This year, for the first time, the depart- ment was able to get official voting machines for the school to use in the mock national election. The students voted heavily in fa- vor of Stevenson and Williams. nr' .f ---If J Page Fifty-mne and Pat Fisher llefll and George Rubin Lois Limond operate o of the machines used in the mock election Mrs. Segal's class knew the Capri was goin to take their pictu for history. and Ronald Casso 4 , N 45 ,. a Y 'it - ai X 'CT f '.,:"X ' It '. A Sixil .213 Q : ' y ,gr 0 il I A 'I .J 'K Helen Cataldo Marguerite Deneau Grace Engel Roger Haskins A xg gg 3 Q E "XL .lanet Nelson Stanley Ormsby Clarice Percox James Siddall - G "xA, 4. ' fa-545, 'gl Q, ' ,fw 1 Bill Goodman, Robert Wolin, Ronald Sima and Alex Cichy paint scenery for the Variety Show. Af in-f e 1,1 jine .fdrffi Omreol - V lljariecl Wediuma Florence Welden Department Head For all those students interested in art or music, Mumford's Fine Arts Department offered one of the most complete selections of courses in the city. One could amass a wide knowledge through several classes in art exploration, drawing, painting and commercial art. To supplement these brush and palette courses, a complete program of crafts, ceramics, jewelry and photography was also available. ln these, the students gained practical experience by doing the publicity and creating the scenery for sev- eral of the school functions. Talented stu- dents were urged to enter the several art contests, both local and national. Classes for the musically inclined in- creased their ability and experience. Both beginning and advanced training in band and orchestra were offered along with other instrumental instruction. Several voice and music literature classes were also organized under the auspices of the department, head- ed by Miss Florence Welden. Those students who showed outstanding abilities in any of the arts were eligible for scholarships to several universities and conservatories throughout the country. The famed National Music Camp at lnter- lochen, Michigan, offered summer fun and instruction for some of our promising art and music students. One of the biggest projects of the Fine Arts Department was the Winter Concert. an 2 2 1 Z ' 1 3 ,, 3 '35 Qi! , K , 1, ,-J ea'-57 Page Sixty ar E Sfxfwx-mt ' Wm Wx 4' W w,,.,,A f ,f1,'Ufzf ff! Nm 'YI f f ff W, f f fff art of Jewelry making Capri photographer, Lowell Salmsky, has the rare opportumty of ln-mg nn fron! of the spotlight, as Joel Goldman, Niercury photographer, snaps hls pncture m a photography class 4.. xX X 3: 9's5xxSitf. , Mm. Hwy sh 'iv- ff 4 V xy iw iff 'W 6 ax my 4, Af? sw fb Q r A55 it Eyes: 1+ -tif 5 ,- 'Q 'qs klomti asf wr i2N't,5 .-wiht 6 uf Rpt A- 'Q sf. 'ia r ' 'f 555 A5931 42, t f 'yt X M Z , f , A t L . 2' '- ' n t ,,, I MN , , J r ' Tl -.3 . ,fll ' A l - -3 ,, I , - ..,,,,,,..,,,, ,, , 'L " my , The k'l ' " " I . . - 1 n 15 hot SNR ' Sandra Share' Ruta Unrot and Dune Warren pracuce tlteiine f,,fj,j,L . o . ,T iff iff' f 6 sw - MQ, 'Gigf ' '! R UL '1 V1 1 f Q W , t f ',Lgzf,fVffv5 51:1 , 1 fi'f2,g,Cgg'ty - - . o 4 ,t Efffl ' ' fi? T if Wit' , , A N ffl? ' f' file l, L mS52ii?9lf . st i 2' . T?31f55f5i'fp" 1 Twig! . asi i f?2zf5fiii?fl, fi , Sf. Q N,:u,j1:D,j' :fp Q 5 ' Q ?'Q1Z:2'ef " 'uw Atazwmx. ifaxit'-f4?, - f ijt, I . . A ' K , , it X-:gg W al v ' ' N ' ax ff -fa, 1 j-jf L' , Q' .if f K- , M- X "' K ' 'gi , . 157 '- ' K ' 5,51 X 4 ff 4. Uqwiil' g-x ., 9 ' ay' lg , . it xx l f o A x - ' P o : r : ai." t . 1 wi- -53- . , - fav ,X-' r :QXQQQ Y ' - ' QLfig,sgff-: .iff Z-i-,Q-4-i:'Y:1 g . f ff - R -tigpftif , , X . F -. Q 1 N was Q Q S? 1 ' ' ,f , X HM, , - 1 .fill Q , X, Q ,Q Q X f' wk X X ,Q ' X it 5 I' g t Q ff ,rg Ss vs s Q in Q I V 1. Z! 53 V ' 5, 1 f 'lf X, ! f'-C x 1 9 'if X I 3 K N T shorthand. .lay Bodzin Dorothy Bone Edith Bunn Mildred Hodgen Elaine MCWMQ A :il We 1 N: J' :ak 'Q A X I is -. A .AA -If AZ X ' i T - i,, M " Dorothy Pastor Helen Sloney Joseph Soltesz Herbert Timmons Geraldine Wolfe Philip Baird Department Head gud sihgdggdfevl Warding 'Duffel Throughout the Business Education De- partment, the improvement of personal qual- ities, proper work habits and desireable attitudes was constantly stressed. At the high school level, Mumford in- dividuals were trained for four types of vo- cational positions. They were retailing, bookkeeping, general clerical and secretarial jobs. Students seeking advanced training could obtain a background in merchandis- ing, accounting and business law. Within the department, courses were con- ducted both in school and on the job. The participants in the co-op courses received credit for both their school hours and their working hours. The experience gained was a measure of capability for those applying for positions after graduation. There were many contests available to these students. The city-wide competition in retailing consisted of a sales demonstra- tion contest, as well as many others which awarded the winners cash scholarships to further their instruction in this field. Many pupils, while taking shorthand, participated in the Gregg Transcription Contests and won certiiicates and pins in these. Mary Hodge practices the language of Alice Wister and Ilene Wise gain experience in designing a store window. Page Sixty-two if Larry Schecter Typmg fl, UU 48 859 08 04983 39069 4183 tlust better than um your head thmks joey Nlahler fdsajkl fdsajkl fdsaykl fdsajkl fd ajkl fdsajkl fdsajkl fdsajkl WWW' lla Typing has proved urself to a mot e senttal course for th Colle e and Qecretarxal r c if ff' Ubu- xm qge Szrtx three ii l kt ' V. , .4 -- - ., .. - . .W . .. , . . , . , . , .,, a Q- U ,, - , V D , . . 'S I I 5 S 5 1 Q C 5 5 t M , A I I t . 1 f W - 5 s ' ' U . U N 'I x u k. X, t""" '-Y 4 , T. 'sl' V ,jf .1 1 - A -.- - x , -14, K' ,- t :-t . . ,lf A 5? x Q 3 4 George Caims Eleanor Dunn Harold Grove Lois Holland James Kelley .ft g 'Af Freda Landen Stanley Mullin Marie Pauli Kay Sisco John VanVleck Esther Schloz Paul Bernd Assistant Department Head Department Head Girls sun themselves on the patio. This is Mumford life! Mm. :JZ , Vwwquwmwhgwn-1 Swimmers strive !9AyJiL'cafjz'f11eJJ ,S?reo5erJ Our pent-up energy found an outlet in the various activities in the Health Educa- tion Department under the direction of Mr. Paul Bernd. Mumford boys attended such classes as football, swimming or basketball. In addition, other classes held programs of widely diversified activities so that students could decide which sport they most enjoyed. Before graduating, any student had taken at least two years of physical education in- struction. The girls were not exempt from this rule either. Tennis, dance composition, bad- "Waicli that left hook," instructs page 5,,,,.f,,,,, for stroke superiority. gy -Ned iDQlJLll'b'l'l2l1t minton and modern dance were among the most popular health courses for them. For those who wished to continue beyond the minimum requirement, advanced classes in swimming, water ballet and life saving were available. This year a new dance workshop was in- stituted. Smaller than the regular class, it provided special instruction for those students who had had previous dance train- ing. Meeting twice a week, these students learned special dance techniques and chore- ography. Coach Kc-llv to his freshmen Page SI-,Yf.l"-fl-l'f' "All join hands and circle len," Audrey Faren comes in for a fore-court tulle!- A modem dance class rehearses for the N uri t Gly 5ll0w D .Q-9 "IQ -f 3 til: ' , W, in 3, I4 X 5 f "- MV 7 VQAA ,Z 2 Q' sr Robert Aronson Paul Kerber Wesley Mollard Dorothy Morrison Arvo Nordlund Gordon Oas Kathleen Park Priscilla Radlow L 'A an A ZR 'Qt - , V'-t 4211! was gf' ,pn ilk V l M ix V Earl Phillips Department Head ,IAM-aliong Mpeg! nacficafudpproach fo e MA Included in the Vocational Department were courses in wood working, electronics, machine shop and drafting. These enabled students to get a fundamental knowledge of any trade they might chose. A new course in descriptive geometry was also initiated this year. These various classes were often called upon to make things for the use of the entire school. Some of these have been bookshelves for the library, the illuminated sign in the hall over the box office, and the football scoreboard. All of these were wel- come additions to Mumford. There was not all work and no play in these classes. Students frequently took ' , -s...,,.,,,,, ,,,,-A-.1-Y , 1 t r i 21.-I-"""? 5 trips to such plants as the Ford Motor Com- pany so that they might add to their interest and knowledge of the manufacturing field. They also participated in competitive events such as the Ford Industrial Arts Awards Contest and The Society of Auto-body Engi- neers Contest. In these, students won na- tional recognition for their outstanding work. The Vocational Department also admin- istered courses in home economics which in- cluded sewing, foods, chef's class for boys, family living and child care. These taught all students their responsibilities in adult life. P M .Jes 'hal 2 3 1' An orderly store room is proved to be an asset by John Malmanis as he hands over some e tial equipment to Mark Kopitz. The Vocational Department offered a well- rounded program including all aspects of mechan- ics. Bob Belinsky lupper right! learns the uses of a drill press, while Gerald Natinsky, Roland Nabor, and Joe Mulkey lleftl increase their skill on the wood lathe. Page Sixty-six Judith Johnson, Norma Cochran, and Susan Fenston are careful to sew their material, not their hngers. X ' 'A' Real work went into making this scene possible for Liz Pickman. Myrna Cour- rn-. Judy Middleton and lflainfr Lemu. "Mother's cooking was never like this," think Peter Carr and ,lack Malin. an-www i ,K A ' F ,,,.,..-dv' ,-J--1' 10,5 If . X x f f- Q Sffl-Qi' -ani l "Hmm . . . hmm . . good, hmm . . hmm . . . good, lhat's what all our I cookies are, hmm . . . hmm . . . good!" sing Emery Armstrong, Elvin Roper, and Gary Talley. Page Sixty-seven v Zygmunt Suchecki .sal- f. gg Robert Jarrell be Cadets, row one: SFC Jarrell. R. Strohl, K. Zumberg, J. Allen, R. Aball, J. Hampton, M. Hampton, S. F. LaBell, B. Rope, MfSgt. Sucheki. Row two: M. Meszaros, H. Sapp, K. Kurtire, M. Wolfe, R. Browitz, G. Larson, C. Kinnun, B. Kravitz. Caclefa ainec! fury ROTC gave Mumford boys a basic mili- tary training that laid the foundation for an understanding of the needs of our armed forces. With a great amount of stress on exactness, these students strived for perfec- tion in their work. The boys in ROTC were taught drill, marlcsmanship, leadership, map reading, and the customs and courtesies of the service. A knowledge of weapons, first aid and military organization was also im- portant in this field. During the year the cadets practiced for events in rifle and drill competition against other schools. They also served the school by ushering at the plays, concerts and variety shows. Under the command of Master Sergeant Zygmunt Suchecki and Sergeant First Class Robert Jarrell, the cadets continued their training for the Federal Inspection and otlicers from the regular army came to school to check the efficiency of our unit. The school was rated on a point basis and the scores were sent to Fifth Army Headquar- ters where the top schools were awarded the Honor School Star. Mumford has received this distinction for the past six years. On ROTC Field Day all the units in Detroit assembled a display of various aspects of military training. Awards were distributed to outstanding cadets to climax the year's activities. Cadets, row one: M. Levitt, T. Matthews, C. Bridges, B. Tower, D. Shirey, A. Jones, B. Brodsky, D. Solomon. Row two: SFC Jarrell, T. Vosie, K. Retar, H. Klipner, M. Snyder, C. Johnson, S. Moss, J. Drennan, R. Steam, R. Peters, J. Higdon, MstfSgt. Suchecki. A NRow three: L. Squier, W. Soffer, S. Freeman, D. Leedle, W. Melvin. A. Oestreich, H. Baker, A. Reamer, F. Nash, . orns. Crushen hh Cadets. row one: SFC jarrell, R. Strohl. D. Zuntherg. J. Allen, R. Anall, J. Hampton, M. Hampton, S. Grushen, F. I.aBell. MstfSgt. Sttchecki. Row two: M. Mcszaros. ll. Sapp. K. Kurtice. M. Wolfe. R. Browitz. C. Larson, C. Kinnun, B. Kravitz. Cadets. row one: S. Martin. ll. Nlagitz. R. Elliott. R. Sklar. M. Calle, F. Wardell, J. Selik, T. Cappilteth, J. Sanders. Row two: SFC Jarrell, M. Chernow, M. Schwartz, K. Stoller, M. Surowitz, C. Miller, P. Larsen, R. Smith, D. Yidler, I. Foon, J. Young, MstfSgt. Sucheclci. Row three: P. Angelasonto, C. Leah, J. Samuels, A. Simmons. R. Metoyer, M. Clazer, S. Stevens, H. Miller. ,,'1' A-2' 61' if x "Stomach in, chest out, chin np, pleeze . . ," orders C. Crenman as he inspects cadets. Cadets, row one: SFC larreell, S. Burg, J Biolkiwslci, R. McCafe. - , R :J.Nls.E.B ,M.Bk,F SFC ,Iarrell helps out K. Kurtlce as B. Tower watches and others practice shooting. Blillcelli FlT!0Could. lR.0F'learce. mms O0 er David Russell Donald McNair 'ANN-..., V 1 f-.X M "-Sim-...N - . i X.. . 'ig Screech .... ' ssluclenfa cliearneal fo 3010, LOL anal olive 'MIA jbriuing Our Driver Training Department attempt- ed to improve driving techniques and per- sonal attitudes toward highway regulations. The knowledge of important driving rules should prevent a great number of needless accidents. A law, which went into eifect during February of this year states that no person under the age of eighteen will be able to obtain a driver's license unless he has taken a course in Driver Education. This means that almost every Mumfordite will take this beneficial course before he graduates. The method of instruction was the same as that of city trafiic schools, in which there were lectures and guest speakers to supple- ment the text book entitled, Man and the Motor Car. Students received a minimum of forty hours of classroom work and six clock hours of actual road driving in the course. Our training area was now equipped with stop lights, signal lights, curves and parking places which served to give the stu- dent a well rounded background of safe driving practices Drivers gained first-hand experience. Page Seventy vi? W . . " I - '18 N5 '65 ,R fwffiirg-Q4 e 1? mf , .TLA , n ' Q x---7 fx-t N., .t W. wel. f f-.-' -'Q ' ' U, n A paw. .14 1 P Z . I ff", X SN . ,fi ' d lr I-J 'A ' ,ILL 'f f' - . . , ,ifjj f f So that they might be better informed dmersv 'f"" 3 J J ' h ef' students learned the essential mechanivs of the ? N' 7, Twp car. .frm-b, .f '-, X e V if ,f f" J L. ' ' 1 f 'I Z ef ' ' X" 3 'i 4' ' 4'-2. W Judy Doner ACt1V1l16S Edxtor fs 'V vw. uowell Sahnsky Photography Edxtor KS Iuhe Elkm Assistant Ldltor 7- J N1 Frances Sturman Department Edltor 5 f ,.- M '. f' Nr. Gary Beckerman Edltor ln chief 'Q' Maman Morton Orgamzatxons Edltor 'Ti Q-I Nhke Woolf Sports Edltor 2 . 3,1 P 'fl r,.yo Te age , 4,3 I ,f V 4 ' X ,Vg H I T f X fi. ' , me , , 3' vf 43, A V an ff 'W-4 , ' 1 I Q ,, Y , U A . I in I Stai assistants row one R Chaenko S Solomon J Jones Row two S Sarko N Moscow I Castleman A Croll CllJI'l HPIIBJ O l7l Off! To furmsh Mumford students wlth a plc tor1al annal of the year s lmportant events has been the axm of the Caprl Cdlt0I'l8l staff under the dlrectlon of Charles Kauf man Engllsh mstructor Imtlated ln this edltlon of the Capri IS a sectlon whlch shows Mumford students and faculty nn the classroom It IS hoped that combmed wlth the 3CtlVltlCS, clubs sports and senlor departments, thls w1ll present a complete picture of 8CtlVltlCS dur mg the school year 1936 1957 Among the varxed dutles of the Caprl busmess staff were the promotlon, sales and dlstrlbutlon of the yearbook Under the supervlslon of Mr Jay Bodzln com merclal mstructor, xt also S0llClt8d adver tlsements from local retallers and managed nts finances In producmg thls book all concerned learned a llttle more about journallsm Mistakes can be forgotten, long hours dns counted and red eyes restored to thelr normal color lf you are S3tlSflCd w1th your and our Spotlight On Mumford 3 rv Bus1nessStaff row one L Rosner .I Stem J Rose K Cxtlm advert: mg manager R Leonard sales manager B Ellenstem business mana er M Omenke C Hochman Row two J Ackerman A Bennett N Cohen J Taylor 'Nlr Jay Bodun sponsor M Small I Stern A Rohen A Kramer B Sher Row three C Shapiro B Klegon ,I Lltvm J Kal! F LaP1des R Weinberger E Grad Page Seventy fre C Bodzm M Eder S Mandel! ' , : . , . , . . Z . , . , . , . . gg H . . If . , . . . - . , . 9 ' ' ' 9 , . lb ' 91 3 l 1 9 . 1 s s s E 3 s A K ' T? f S 5 i l . ' ' Y N ' .. t . . A ' 5 5 Q -. . t I 'U l . .5 'js B V - Y 6 "' qv 7' - ' Y' . . 1 4 X Y ' uf Mt ' - U -' .2-n ..sl!... .'.", "s' :. , v - . - D . . , . . 1 . , . , . , . ,. . ' , 5 , , - , - , . , . . . 1 ' n - 9 - 0 - r - n - , . , . , . , . . 1 W u I n . li-null 54.111-.n, lu-li NX--lin .lull N.-im Nl i'XLUIllI1v' IH'g.lllU'f till ll!lpv'llri'llvIl llarian Nlnrluri and Jmly Dum-r slmw 1 l I , th 'l'li1- Uraw- Cary llvi-Liwiiian und Prlrr mliturf of llif- Capri and lla-rcury. respectively 91 sw W ,il nicnilwr Fumly Sail.-1 tlif- lrivkx aijfi l Illc' Iluilz-. NX 6' Xlr. Undzin wutclws anviomly as Kvnny Cilliii shuwe him that the Capri lnulgi-t will lmulurivc. cf Marian Nlurlun warn- llullnan Illia:-iilm "Hi-miir jk Ilia' ide-5 of April . . . lliu ilvuillim- ml..m'." ld Fld If H M- ...U t-r with Nlr. Kutttnntn, Htl- publimtinn ponsnr, 2I'CU fy Mrs. Morris, journalism page layout. - instructur, auprrxi-vs at n All intvrvic-w in tht- llldkillg, - Ii.nh.u.t Hmwn uxni llruni- Uuhruw almul llllt'-ltuth ut pt'-t-In-1-tisv xluit nn-tube-r, Ur-llir Svhuttvnif-I nl N. Martin xvlfinnflldll dirlulrw Ktuly lu Nlyru Lukulf, lu bv tm-ti in tht' April Ftmll i-,uv put out lay tlu- Nh-rvury -tall, an K ,nav Beneath a display of awards won. the Nh-rcnrv news staff has an impnrtant conference. 1 fm U E 1 l Peter Qumt Editor xn Chief H f' KP il Denms Dubrow Sports Editor Barbara Brown Feature Edxtor 26 Myma Lazarov Feature Editor Gary Gussln Myra Lakoif Edxtonal Dnrector Edlgog-ml Du-actor YN rome Nosanchuck News Edxtor it 'D Mike Salesin Steve Schwartz Sanford Weiner News Editor Sports Editor SPOYU Edifof 24 HV? yy-Q..a Busxnes Staff row one H Gaba 'VI Srmon A Osllk busmess manager NI Wlllxs Row two A Kaster NI Cooper R Sach A IIAFIYIQJ 3400! MGIJQCI Weffufy Contmulng lts pollcy of publlshmg a bl bulded by Mr John Meng Engtsh tn weekly newspaper the Mercury played lts usual lmportant part ln the schools actlvl tles The publlcatlon was sponsored by Mr Vaughn Hoogaslan Engllsh mstructor The paper was headed by a permanent edltor ln chlef Peter umt whlle two complete staffs alternated the edltmg and pubhshmg of each issue structor the busmess staff dlrected the pa per s sales campaxgn and S0llCltCd 1ts adx er tlsements The money I'alSlIlg Coodfellow Issue 1n whlch the staff trled to outdo the student council ln sales and together competed wlth Redford for the Llttle Blue Jug and the April Fool Issue were extra publrcatlons put out by the staff X-4 Oi' ts.. Journalists, row one 'NI Creenbaum, I. Rubenstein, B Berman, R Gelman, C Kramer, J Clueckman C Ackerman, L Racklm Row two J Carlmer, S Clazer, B Schottenfels, R Schrage, S Grosberg, A Phllhps, M Welssman Row three A Schacter, R Rom, R Mellen, S Sloman, D Lazerov, B Blacher,.l L1nden,J Cohen S Row four .l Pnce, D Pohlod, A Bursteln, H Waller, M Haron, S Pollak vu-qi -I' M,,,,v-P-""' ,,.,-N" N S5 7154- ,,,,.-4-"""' Y S to e , mf-5M y i Hr. John Meng and Mr. Jay Bodzin. publications advisers, explain to Quill and Scroll members, Bliss Eva Marie Van Houten, Dr. Edith Kovach, Cliarlaine Ackerman and .lcrry Nosurichuk how much they may pend on the initiation banquet ff am! .Slmff lifilllglfllcf Q5 Membership in uxll and Scroll, a na tional honor society for high school jour nalists, has been awarded to those who did exceptional work on their schools news paper or yearbook and who ranked schol astlcally in the upper quarter of their class They were recommended by their individual sponsors after submlttmg a outstanding quantity of superior work for ulalanfdng ourna wb publication Candidates were then ap proved by the secretary of the National uxll and Scroll Society In order to receive the award, Capri staff members must have been in charge of a complete section of the annual, while those of the Mercury must have written at least one hundred inches of printed copy Quill and Scroll row one ,I Schccter C Cussin G Beclcerman S Schwartz K Gltlm PageE1ghly Row two 'N Scholmck B Brown Nl Nlorton C Ackerman 'NI Lakoff NI Lazarov F Sturman J Doner Row three L Salmsky D Dubrovt Nl Woolf J Nosanchuk P Quint WN 'il-sr i Marie Webster L. Q "-s 3 Library Staff, row one: M. Allendcr, J. Shwayder, E. Shenkman. J. Gilbert. treasurer: B. Schottenfels president J. Small. secretary: G. Hof-hman. C. Haas. Sl. llardiman. NI. Silverfarb. Row two: J. Ersher. E. Forman. l.. Linton. B. Weinstein. R. Sherman. A. Schneider, R. Tucker. F LaP1de P Segal C. Goltra, Mrs. RI. Webster, spm-wr. Row three: S. Lewis. C. Chall. L. Schirs. C. Pearl. A. Reymcr. L. Schlesinger. B. Harris. R. Wighnetgkv I Harrlimdn Nona Duffey 50045 ki' you Working among the pages of literature, ever in contact with the classics, fiction and history were the members of the Mumford library staff. Supervised by Mrs. Marie Webster and Miss Nona Duffy, school li- brarians, the staff classified books, main- tained order throughout the shelves and kept the books themselves in good con- dition. Serving the many Mumford students who use the library facilities for research, cur- pdf! gzfir rent events or pleasure reading is a huge job. Members of the staff were confronted daily with questions concerning the loca- tion of books, pamphlets and magazines. Checking out books for fellow students, and making sure that all books were re- turned on time was still another of the staff's duties. It is easily understood why a course in library science was offered for this is not only a school activity, but a training for the future. af' "' f "1-.75"', 51,3 'V an l T fl A . 'v 4 gh -' ' v Faculty members study array of new books Staff member Judy Ersher helps B li mark available in the Mumford library. locate a book. Page Eigh ty-one 1 t James Nfaye Howard Nlelll' Sandy Piezer and Mel Barkley aid the Na e Lrew in the construction of scenery for the Variety Show. 5313 'Qu ' il- 15 WUHIAFCI .gage fell! lA? 529065 The success of many school programs was due, in a great part, to the efliciency of the stage staff. Under the direction of Mr. Howard Mehr and Mr. James Mays, this group was in charge of the entire audio-visual program in the school. This included the movies used for classrooms and the auditorium, the various projectors used by school departments and the op- eration of the auditorium sound stage. They aided in the construction of the stage sets and scenery used in all plays and programsg and the complicated lighting board and curtain system was also under their control. Stage Stall, row one: P. Delacourt, J. Hegdon, J. Glassman, M. F reedman, A. Shindler, M. Roth, D. Zunberg. Row two: I. Hendin, D. Cutright, L. Weisman, J. Mendel, D. Perlin, S. Millman, J. Jenks, P. Toren. Page First the set - Now the scene E .ff S KN .14 lt-r. lx. lrreednun. ll. Rosen jackson. A. Foon, lmrg. R. Lebnw, T. Ballr, C. I att:-rson. Te, .,1tE2f,4y,a , i4rf'5i31':w. A 1 f. i,.,5,,.f.aA.: 'NE 5 ' , F -4 ef fgfvizz V M fm' :1imw.Q, . :gamer . ' 0 ' , lf ,vm ' 5 N. la.. . , : if .... . 2 ffm f A 1 ?f1 . tf . .- .- A ...W Z QE' ' f A1-Y i, -iii ffifgi-4M?iQ5 i? f5e33YSi'l 1511521 ..,. . .'E'.'f'2-1L5'Z'12's:s1-' N 'Z ' ' 5 55' ' f .-.. 'W -'ff ' .gf . W . f.'- 1. . .. 5335 ,KM .g "' 5' . - .... . I, I "My Sister Eileen," a light comedy by Ruth McKenny, was presented by Mumford dramatists last fall under the direction of Miss Dorothy Patterson, drama coach and Paula Jackson and Carol Prujan. student directors. Portraying the hilarious adventures of sisters determined to make good in the big city was a doulvle Cast of leads. ln the title 'Z 'Q ' -4.-1-w -1, 1 ,,,:A, - role of Eileen were juniors Joan Frimet and Emily Freedman. Adding much to the professional touches of the play was the beautiful and realistic scenery built by the stage crew under the supervision of Mr. Howard Mehr. The Props, Publicity, Costume and Ticket com- mittees played important parts in making the production successful. Costume Committee, row one: D. Zechman, G. Burkow, S. Castleman. Row two: N. Coggan. I.. Polineky, S. Sarko, M. Epstein. Play Cast. seated I. to r.: .l. Xlurwil. S. Morris. I. Bloch. F. Spector. 5. lfreedman. NI. Stol- ht-rg. ,l. lsrililvl. C. Kult. ll. Xhramsohn. lf. Prujan. C. Lewis. L. Taylor, ll. Holtz, l'. Standing l. to r.: J. .lamb- son. J. Hamburg. II. Brode, B. Goodman, A. Bennet, S. Satovsky, H. Sossin. 9. Rosen- Nlurcus, F. Samson, K. Rosen- Iltttl, B. Wilson, ihllsi llfvfsntlny' I Page Highly on Prop Committee, row one: J. Dunitz, L. Rosner, G. Ruben- stein. S. Goodman, chairman: D. Bloomberg, B. Borock. Row two: R. Yailec. G. Silverman, L. Mitteldorf. J. Columbus, L. Simon, R. Ep- stein, L. Silverman, J. Mark. Pubhcnty Commxttee row one E Redlxck H Moltz B Yarrows H Roth S Good man C Genser Row two J Lusk Nl Becker L Ban' L Grenn S Leemon Nl Llp ky G Burkow Txclcet Committee row one B Yarrow cochanrman H Roth cochaxrman C Genser G Kott Row two L Grenn L Qmokler E Portner J Salter Q Leeman Nl Llp ky P1211 x I . , A . . , . . 'ls , E. Reduck. s. Teitelbaum . s, - ' 5 -. . . . ' Q 5. .' I -,611 l'.lIr'x'll 4 Il 7 lik, Z , ik Lvsvva Y W L ' 72522 f' fi ' "" fc 1. f I Q., 5, ff V 3 ' N-1 1 f " Qi r v ,Q t . 'Q , QM 9 4, ..-...,.-si nly l'll'i'tlHl.1lL' Ii'.1llIl'N lhr liuula ' ' hun uf .1 ll.1't'Illf'Ill :ip.xllIH:'hl Hu: HIJIIIILXII N,ny p.Ay-- :lx Icwpvml lvmlul- we-If -lmxm-J ulun Xlls. l ulnmx ,uni In-l umllnl 'HQ-I.unr Hull! .uni xlllIfl'll Hullnlmlll limi HI. lllllll IHHI lx 1 1 I b - ' . llill J b I Q 1 X, X. .H N m.ml Nlzlylllg mn lalll-vu - mul llulhx llzmilw l'.lt'l'1IlIl.I!l fm-i llillh Klf'l'll,lf'l',Lfl .lpdllll - 5 380' BQFQQ git 5 0 'Mg dl ff' A' V' ' ' . f V I e f" f W , " N . V aW'9i'fX' ' , ,ilwvx 4'+. A 2 .Q .Q-tl, AI f' Nl ,ll . 'Ra "The play's the thing." S "fan , v .1 :- X W -5 .A. Lv, n "Murder in Rehearsal. Page Eighry'-sewn 5 Miss Patterson gives an nllterprvlalinrl uf :1 1--Iv ns ll goes line-4. through the hrs! Stage- nf pruduvlinn tin' If-urnm 1 t Spring play cast row one C Jones A Sugar N Vlctorson J Cold berg A Schlafer f' Honmgman Row two G Burkow M Goldstem C Lf-was C Marcus S Good man B Goodman B Youn H Brode Row three ,,,,Marw1l S Stamcll F Spector A Cellar S 'Horns F Stem D Qlltector Emi-fy Z J gym nn kf556g Miriam' W-Q MQW' at Rarnshacltle lun a three ,ict play urltten by Ceorve Batson was presented on March 23 and 99 by a double cast l'eatur1n Shelly Goodman, Conme Lewrs and Cary Nlarcus IU the lead roles the nlax portrayed the story of a spmster llbrarnan who buys a ramshftckle hotel and gets Ill xolxcd m all sorts of str'1nUe happemngs Sparltlm comedy was the keynote of the productton whlch was the fir l mystery exer presented hy Mumford players The play was under the dtrectlon of 'Nllss Dorothy Patterson dram'1 coach assisted hy' Carol Honm man and Flfllly Freedman student dlrectors "'7 Y7 Co-tume commutee, row one B Nhnn, B Pt-rl man. chalrman Row two 1 Rall I. 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Nla eup commlttee row we ll Nlol ertner R Abdman, C Bromery Row two C Lewlf E Portner B RJ km Nl Ernstem Pgge Flghh H1710 . I , I . , . I - Y - ! ' Y - Y ' . . . C I , ZJ.' '. .x:':x . . , . . , , . . - Row two: P. bchnenlerman, J. Sxlwr, J. Cooper B. . ' . .k- ' . cn: ..xIZ,S. Sp , . . 1 I . . : . -, . . . 's . . . ' I A Z' benators row one l Berke G Au,ust B bamuel tr asurer S Sthrut secretary of the Senate N Scholmck, president A Croll vxce president f Lewis secretary of the llousv. A. lmev S Teltelbaum Row two E Berger N Ylctor on B Wuss A qchachter S Bez B115 Dons Utter sponsor C Lewis L Barr l Bing .l Yalman Row three C Burkov 5 Race 5 Blondy N 'lin cow Q Corehck S Handler M Friedman S Freedman S Crane Row four Wir Norman Burkhardt pon or ll Shaplro 'Nl Woolf B 'llo J Hambur R Polhngcr D Snyder Nh s Janet DeBor t pon or Camera shv H Lee Wir R Weaver pon or D Lho ld .gfuclenf Comma! J6?,9i .SLA of .xdcfwe for seven years the Mumford btudent Councll has been the representative voice of the student hodv through its contact with the faculty and the admlmstratlon Among thelr attruttes were the giving of a tea for new teacher partrcxpatmg Ill the foodfel lon Drne and tosponsorlng the Warxets Show The lllgllllglll of the year was the sponsorlng of a f0I'ClgIl exehangc student Anna Vlney here at 'Vlumford The student laeuhy lux netball and baseball games, the Snow Ball and Sprmg Fhng Dances and Student 'leacher Exehange Day concluded thelr program Culded by Mr Norman Burkhardt NIISS janet Uehorst M155 Dons Utter and Mr Ralph Weaver the Council sueceeded rn promoting better school splrlt and unprov mg sthool relatlons Thus wear the newspaper staff was beaten br the student Counc'l m therr annual race for top sales of the Goodfellom edmon of The Nlercurv Thus vs E3QllS understood by the persuassne methods used by Carol LEWIS Henry Lee, Hally Roth Page Avlllffl 44' , 4 , 1 Z ? 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DANCE s-JON W DEQ7 9:30 5 1:04575 S22 .Ong Thi' Ulli Urullv- Fr-nalrvrc, Kar:-n Uri-nn'-r. ffnrril Cayue--. l.in1lu ,luiivs and Juan .Nllinun lif-lp in publicizing the annual Snowball Dance. "I dreamt I was a maharajah in a Student Council rally." U I Q A 9 C C rmg Qenatow row one C Lexus N NIU vow Tnaf un 9 I I N ml I m Ice l rn xdlllllfli res u us! Nu w I w tml NI rn er Q mn ur Na I I nlwn l 5 r r D ch man B xldIllI4IITl I I n ow three Nlr, Soplm- klo Q spun on 'I I I 1 m lim 1 w ICC' 'N Adel nn J ,lacobwn C, one Blumlw 1 1 'X Nlulnq ow four H bchnexr N Foreluk I Chun H llxbdmll SYQII Faxlman D Pollxnger D Nnydzr Nl Wuulf l ll I l.n.1n XX D lx II 4 Two telephones plus two secretaries is merely "Parr" for Mike on Smdenfs Day. Pfzgf' .Wrzfly-114 fhe xmporlance of bemg., earnest I9 cwnnced by HHH fff as he .adm Q S s ll lu 1 a uuncll ra IAJX! Q M 'Q 5 1 Rock Pretty Babv' And the smnles x f Furmd to frown: GSenior Representatives, row one: C. Genser P Cold B Borock S Armstrong J Stem R antz. Row two: S. Schwartz, L. Smokler, M. Morton J Giannaris B Ex enberg J Taylor J Efrusey. Junior Representatives, row one: E. Redlick, S. Soifexin, M. Emstein, J. Weissman, C. Lewis, Secretary of the House: S. Gottliffe, S. Castleman, G. Wigod. Row two: L. Ager, H. Lee, R. Ryback, R. Litt, H. Lash, H. Schneir, L. Hardi- man, R. Mellen, A. Davis. Freshman Representatives, row one: D. Pierce, R. Meyers, S. Bershas, B. Barr, E. Gerbs, S. Carson, T. Lewis, H. Gross. Row two: J. Moglovkin, B. Sisler, G. Weinberger, D. Redstone, M. Wilenkin. C. Ehrenfeld, R. Creenblatt, R. Cranoil. Row three: S. Sosnick, H. Simon. J. Fenton, R. Levine, R. Bockoif, B. Katz. A. Grass. W. Stewart. Sophomore Representatives, row one: B. Kle on R Rom M Klunover L. Malin C Kramer, A. Kramer. Row two: B. Yolles, G. Gilbar, J. Stamell, S Gilbar J Greene 1,4 'Q , unlor repreientalnf J VOIUNII F Irmw fx nh H Cosman B I enum J Nxrau N Bel elman F Bromerx 4 nnmou l'tfll'CSllll3llVQs rmv una 1 1 ow U lx mower J Sxlwr rw lwn C xv 1 l'rQ hman reprcQent:1Ilw0Q row one 'V Flu'-Imam r n loomn w two I kunrhmu 1 F n r r ne Q C Q uw xh PQ R ut ch C pern ,I .gf Ah my hero' gasps Grace Ruben stem as Carl Eastman rescues her Foxled agam' curses Howard Shaplro The melodrama at its peak: the villain threatens to pull the damsel into his clutches. .giaofgglzf .slined on f .2 .1 -ff The villain is a chemist at heart as he mgs and does an Experiment. 5 if 2 'A ax Page N i nety-sir Surah Lee Morris foretells Crace's future correctly -- she will meet a dark handsome man. afleig SWCL of jfnfn This year the combined talents of the Broadcaster's Guild, Art Club, and student body created an entirely new theme for the school's annual variety show. Entitled "Nick of Time." the production was based around the old melodrama medium, with the typical villain, hero, and heroine. Comedy was the keynote used by Mr. Earl Matthews, sponsor of the Broadcaster? Club, along with Dick Pollinger and Shelly Goodman when they wrote the show. To- gether with the creative genius of Mr. James Siddall, art teacher, Larry Rakovin and Mel Barklay of the Art Club produced scenery which approached professional excellence. Cltoreography was under the direction of Sliss Esther Schloz, health teacher. The im- portant financial backing was provided by the Student Council. While our heroine ponders her fate. a group of natives surround her. Page It mety-seven .-as , 4' A great deal of work went into the production of "Nick of Time." Here Mr. Matthews and Miss Schloz go over some intricacies in a dance number. 1 l L11 3 'Iran Uucn Llp f'lltIl7 ll Q gm Nll Chaltofl Hyman Xluller ft end l f .ATV ,W L Wmn?"v-n--- Nlnaplrt re ld 1 lelds lan X IOLA. Ntrncker lkafltalu larwmes Perlman Boron ky QELLO .l Baumer ll Bern tem B Krall mrtlx I uttntag, me lranl. W untraub W emtraub B Xxx I C, ark I Nmllll J Drennan 1' Nllwer P LL TE 'N Pa ter .l 'N lller 6 'VL OBOK Nllll me lx Sub cttg CI. XRINET R Pll cow R 'lawlor E X N D foreman N AX lx Lerner FRENCH HORNS ll Werner P Qtern I'C edtfa M0149 l U5 C 0 ,Ae azftefd Mumford was very fortunate from a cul tural standpoxnt Wxtb its concert orches tra under the baton of Miss Florence Welden, the students were able to hear the great music of the masters Playmg lts usual lntegral part ln the annual Wxnter and Qprmg Concerts, the orgamzatlon also per formed at the graduation ceremomes, school plays, and assemblies It was through their actrvltres that the student body was able to appreciate the true beauty of the great musxcal works Every actwe partlcnpant received a letter nn muslc as well as two and a half hours of credit This trammg and expenence may lead some mto muslc as a profession 'l Rl 'XIPLT Nl Nhvsarlz ac rl RONIBUN E lj R :th l'ERfl NQION Q ax t N Butman l B oclt Page Nmety ugh: ' ' . x lk X x L , ' ' 'X Y 5 5 . ,tl X 4.4 ' W lj ..-' ' , .. . . J 1- V 4 l f ' . 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Q' rlvllll ' S A ' -: .v . l V 1.:ut B- "Mn ' AI . - O A L W 1 777 YLUTES A Gorehck B Romalne R Johnson A McEwen D Kohen Nl Hardlman OBOES C Mltchell E Sublette CLARINET Phskow Allen Polhnger Taylor B lssaacs umgrd guna! lgdzyeaf Uarzoua ngagemenfa Whether marchmg or playing concert numbers, the Mumford hand added to the pleasure of all acuvmes xn which rt partner pated Under the dxrectron of Mr Roger Haskms the group played at many athletlc acnvxtxes, school functxons and assemblres Membership was hunted to those who have had a reasonable amount of musical background As a member, a student had the opportumty to earn a letter nn music and two and one half hours of credit Under the student supervxsnon of Harold Welch, drum major, the band marched ln the J L Hudson Company Chnstmas Pa rade on T,l"l8IlkSglVlhg Day A recent oHshoot of the regular band was formed by students xnterested m popular music The Concert Jazz Band, under the drrectlon of pupxls Martm Schwartz and Ray Phskow, also played at the Winter and Sprung Concerts Warmck Richardson Nlarx foumajxan Nlason Aronoff Tasker aul Roberts Robb NlcCahe BASSOON D Forman S AY KPHON E K Lerner Coats Bm e Bere h Snyder Levme 'l amber bmall l- RENCH IIORNS XI Werner P St rn G Lieberman J Klr ch TRL Nil-'ETS 'Nl Schwartz R Jacobs W xnkelman Nloore Hoffman W duh Nnlderman Ru km Farran Heath Idelsohn Moss l eutsky Botnwxk Boyan ky Elhot Ellenstem FRONIBON ES D Ta ke: f o h .l Lnnnr P XRlTONr B llxm 1 ll XSNES J Drcnnan N n Jialx DRl NIQ Ca B1 'NBII J Own R Rerl w Uhl l 1 9 gllfllll r lllil NI Nl XJOR f Page 'N meh mne 'H 6'2- ' ' A, ' ' 'V ' ' A A' l. ln tell . . ' J. ' C. 'lg 5 5- A . 5 ' -l- li . ' J. . L. s A, I. Rt - " S . R. ' B. ' - H. '1 - u, um - 1 U ' , v A, A N, ' D. Q ' , ' - . tl, Hanes L ' , , gi KS L g Q x1.x.I 'c"'1'1-gs ' 5" I, 1 M- H, ja - ,Sp ll, llft't'llNlt'lll .' E. Barron X 'hi Cohen R. Smith fl-::lf"l:iI: 7. B. s - . . Y ' M 4 N N ri L' ' rr f Y H. -as 4 D.. i ft R. 'A R' A" .l 's 4 J - J. fuss mn Q- A L. - S' v R ' Q1 ,A ul. xi tm. R' ' ' . ' 74 , Rl ' ' p .. R. .. . f l .' B' ' ' In 'Q ,IW J I 3 1 ' 1 l 2 l , I 5 ' 5 1 s Q fl ,Q ' 6 Q ' E5 H A I I A to .Q ,o as ,, J HQ . ,. ,, ,-A " .' " '55 J ' 4. 1 Y. 'Y , X - ', N ,ir ,1 'J '55 FSP FN lr-FK Girls Glee Club, row one: Blum, G. Badalow, J. Pennin lon, D. Walter, S. Kane. Jackson, A. Ashley, P. Thi pen, A. Connor, F. Coopemw 1. Bryant, E. Andrews. Row two: S. Hargreaves. Strachan. J. Chamucr, M. '- clifd. L. Rubiner, J. Goldma C. Goltra, V. Nicholson. Rana, C. Baron, G. Dozier, Bornstein, S. Lyytikainen, lloben, L. Jones. Row three: C. Radner, Sarles, H. Foster, R. Francise S. Bicoll, B. Moore, B. Col stein, L. Andrews, W. Mec gian, D. Mosher, G. Branch, Solomon, P. Guinter, S. Hell C. Bissinger. Row four: C. Holmberg, Smith, D. Thomas, S. Cole, Nauman C. Pearl A. Adk' on Nl Chalman B Watso A Fnedenthal E Stocker I WllllBm5 H Wat nn Chorus row one 5 Bxrn haum. C Razza M Colborn D Sxegel Q Goufurclu F fooperman B Berman B Brvan! W Wnllxam Row Iwo E Seabom B fray M Exam D Block 'Nl Cm L Melml: B Block C Thomas, S Hargreaxee Q Bxcoll Row three S Franchal. N Shannon C Humfhrey W Melvm L Nathan W Arnold T Carter lN Rott L Ewans Concert Choxr row one D Walter F Cooperman A Con nor D Thlgpen Nl Jackson C Rana K Ann E Andrew Row two I Behrend I Charmer .l Strachean Y Nlcholon Q Lyytnkamen P Hobm Q Heller Q Bncoll D Mosher W Bahbas Row three J Bauman A Fnedenthal C B1 smger l We son P Nmnh Q Ha zreaves. C Radner L Kr drews,N Nleehxgzmn R Fran cxsco K Underwood Q Col Q Nlxlgrom. Row fnur A A611 :fm Warm WI Chapman T Cn ver C Humphrev R Yletorr- L Cohen I Hxgdfmfl' legal 1 Goodman I nge 0!lLl,IlH1f l 'lsr .Xu Choral ensemble, row one: A. Connor, M. Jack. son, V. Nicholson, S. Hargreaves, D. Mosher, C. Razza. Row two: J. Charmer, B. Watson, S. Cole, S. Heller, C. Bissinger, K. Underwood. Dance band, row one: M. Ball, N. Levine, A. Warnick, M. Alpiner, K. Lerner, F. Tauber, H. Small, D. Pollinger. J. Clarke. Row two: R. Ruskin, H. Krastoif, J. Winklemzm, R. Jacobs, A. Hoffman, H. Welch. ROW three: C. Lynn, M. Hill, D. Tasker, G. Roth. One Hundred One 2 sg ,X yf V , rf' 7 X bw Q ,v pn ,- 'l'ln- hand entertains at mrrv Ulm' fuuiball glillflc, .f ,-wi ,i ful l I The nmfic gm-5 mum-i and round . . . 9 8,4 .1 R l Page One Hundred Three , 5 f i ' ,, K 2 1- ? if 5 4 , 5 s 5 ' . I w The Concert Jazz Band. under the exuberant direction of Marlin Schwartz. played exciting renditinns of pnpular wings before packffii houses at the Annual Winter Concert. Cfinccrt. 'D i Putting the finishing touches on the Mustang Manual before distribution are Jerry Nosanchuk, Charlaine Ackerman and Amold Phillips. ffmeairlenfs fflnlJAa.4izeff Yflnify Under the guidance of Mr. Norman Burkhardt, attendance teacher, the Club Presidents Committee promoted coopera- tion among the various school clubs. They served as an exchange medium for club ideas and problems. This year the com- mittee undertook one of the most impor- tant and beneficial jobs ever attempted. They set up a complete schedule of meet- ing times in order to prevent the duplica- tion of activities. They also channeled various school projects through the numer- ous Mumford organizations in order to equalize their activities throughout the year. The committee also sponsored the "Mus- tang Manual" and distributed these to the school. The manual was a complete book- let of school schedules, club, and activities, as well as containing pertinent informa- tion about the school. Club Presidents' Committee. row one: J. Lusk. Y-Teensq H. Rosenberg, Drarnag R. Chaenko, Human Relations A Croll Vice-President of Student Council. INISSC: C. Ackerman, French: M. Lazarov, Current AHairs: J. Dunitz, Future Teachers: A. Phillips. Science. Row two: H. Lee. Bio-X: P. Quint. Mercury: J. Block. Medical: S. Bloom. Radio: J. Hamburg, Literary Guild I Price GAA: B. Goodman. Broadcasters: C. Beckerman, Capri. T' fra , : 3 5 i 2 1 ' E i 5 1 t Z f i 2 l V i ' . IMSSC, row one: M. Colden, H. Moltz, S. Tcitlebaum, W. Dishell, treasurer: S. Schwartz, vice-president: A. Croll pre identg M. Schmeir, secreta 3 R. Yafle, B. Borock M. Small YY t - Row two: G. Beckemian, B. Cohen, S. Bicoll, M. Pearl, A. Lezell, C. Ackerman, E. Escrow, E. Grad, G. Pastor B Winston, C. Lewis, J. Banowitz, L. Silverman. Row three: R. Chaenko, R. Barris, L. Rosner, N. Victorson, J. Stein, L. Zuckerman, M. Citron, B. Young, S. Cotlitfe S Armstrong. I. Taylor, Mr. J. Ruddon, sponsor. Row four: L. Friedlander, B. Yolles, J. Kalt, M. Becker, R. Pollinger, J. Columbus, N. Wayburn, F. Spector H Schneir, S. Solomon v'bl,ClJll.I'lg Lggzorfinzanjdzyy Any student who was interested in the promotion of good sportsmanship was eli- gible to join the lntra-Metropolitan Student Sportsmanship Council. Under the guid- ance of Mr. ,lohn Ruddon of the Social Stu- dies Department, the IMSCC tried to en- courage good sportsmanship and better school spirit by holding pep rallies, selling "M" pins and sponsoring the Touchdown Tromp, a dance honoring Mumford's foot- .lackie Efrusy guides Cooley exchange students on a tour wad Councifd Goa! ball team. This year., as in the past, the IMSSC pre- sented the Mumford Sportsmanship Awards, one each to a boy and a girl who exemplified outstanding school spirit and sportsmanship. The IMSSC represented Mumford in the city wide Sportsmanship Council and was responsible for the flying of the IMSSC flag which denoted good sportsmanship in all Mumford a1-tit3'?e- Mumford Majorettes, Marilyn Oshin and Barbara Green stein, perform at a football pep rally. 'rw -'feeds V164 A i S RTSMANSWP 'J 4 X, Myra Lakofl and Frances Sturman are served by Lout e Kuhn at a Latin ' I t A Q fix Latin Club, row one: S. Teitelbaum S Solomon F Sturman, quaestor: P. Myers, consul NI Robbins con sul: l.. Marg. R. Chaenko, M. Lakofi Clflgllage CAL5 .glllkeff GIAHPQJ Clllfl Willa! To give students a chance to use their knowledge of Spanish outside the classroom and to promote more interest in Spain, Mex- ico and the Latin American countries were the two main purposes of the Spanish Club. Under the guidance of Mr. Raymond Jaco- vetti of the Language Department. the mem- bers prepared reports, heard guest speakers and saw films on Spanish life and culture which included their literature, art and cus- toms. Among the club's activities were an Christmas party and a spring picnic for its members. Students in all Latin classes were en- couraged to join the Latin Club, sponsored by Dr. Edith Kovach, head of the Language Department. By discussing the classics, dra- matizing plays and making tape recordings, the members tried to prove that Latin is not a dead language. Highlighting their season, this organization printed a newspaper in Latin, again held their annual initiation and gave their Saternalia, a Latin Christ- mas party. To acquaint the students with the lan- guage, music and customs of France was the function of the French Club. The group was sponsored by Miss ,lane Galantowicz and Mrs. Monique Wagner, both of the Language Department. The members saw colorful movies and slides of Europe and of France in particular. They heard guest speakers tell of their trips abroad. Anne Viney, our American Field Service ex- change student from France, spoke on sev- eral occasions on various aspects of French life. Her first talk was a very humorous account of her impressions of the United States. Social events were held in the homes of some of the members at which they played French games and ate French food. Almost all the members agreed that they now have an excellent picture of the life and customs uf France. - pai stein Bemstein French Club row one M Morton treasurer S Safran vice president C Ackerman president R Yatie recording secretary A Viney corre sponding secretarv Nl Ern Row two Joanne Wei traub .I LIIVIH A Lezell NI Nlyer son A Oshk L Yuckerman C.W1god E Portner J Doner Row three B Winston E Lappin. E Gunsberg C Cohn S. Freedman M Willis B Boxman. Joyce Weintraub B Page One Hundred Light Row two: N. Bard, C. Bissinger, B. Shattenfels, L. Kuhn, Anne Viney, our American Field D. Pollinger, H. Yorke, J. Mars. P. Quint. Dr Edith Service exchange student, addresses the Kovach. French Club at a recent social meeting. , 1 fe grit. , 3 K...- ,M a , s.L7T'W-4 .2 2, 63559, A YVM 4 If f ' -fy . 4. "' .-, , -, 'mf' - f' 'R'-ii..-'.QS's13 - u .E1Q.,.,- g.. 1 J 4' ,, 4 ,-""' I 1 'Hg Spanish Club, row one: J. Rose, E. Carrish. J. Bing. vice- president: S. Crane. president: Connie Lewis. treasurer: Carol Lewis. secretary: J. Weissman. B. Manheim. Row two: L. Grenn. R. Mit- teldorf, N. Coggan. D. Bloom- berg, C. Zalman. H lakin. C. Silvermanhl. Baskin. H. Brown. Mr. Raymond Jacovetti. Row three: R. Mellen. J. Zerry. E Hochman. H. Clifford. P. Weiss. T. Rakowski. S. Cas- tleman. C. Charfoos. L. Ruben- stein. B. Blacher. Row four' S Fis. N. Falk. F. Spector. NI. Colton. R. Rvhack. J. Hamburghl. Jenks. B. Rycus, M. Meyers. Page One Hundred Nine Language club members enjoy the refreshments at the Bon Voyage tea given for Anne Viney. -...Q a Q. .. I Ana, Ili-Y. rnw unc: Q. Peterson. G. Nordstrom. J. Schaeffc-r. treasurer: C. Coats, president: .l. Purdun. vice-president, .l. Men 1-l secrf-Ian ' ff. Rorws D. Currv S Q , . . , . Row two: R. Farran, P. l.aiclly, S. Nassar. ll. Welch, Xl. Listrr, R. Pvarcr, C. Bcrlhct, J. Richardson. Mr. J. Sultvsz. spflIlS0l'. Row Llirw-: B. Black. L. Carve. ll, Nf-tzfir. X, Cichy. R. .X-lm-n. R. llf-lmf-s. R. Chamlif-rs. E. Yulpff. .X. Widman, U. lhrich, J. Kleiner. T. -3 ' ' Q Mp cle: 5, . U 8 A i 5' , Members of the Broadcasters Guild put x "' ff on a Thanksgiving radio play for an I S l E , assembly sponsored by the Hi-Y. 'C-7: 5. fx: 1NroRMAT10fl .a Kun 1-'arrc-n and Lowell Salinsky ask Lorrin C8I'I'f'lI wlwrv Ilxf- nflarf-st fire alarm box is ltwliled. In llnmln ll' f' 1. One Hundred Eleven JM- M Z!-Zena .ggeruecl SCAOOXUIIJ Conununify Building individual character, and pro- viding many services to the school were among the aims of the Y-Teens. This or- ganization, under the guidance of Mrs. Betty Kurtzman, home economics teacher, together with the Hi-Y, under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Floyd Dain of the Social Studies Department and Mr. Joseph Soltesz of the Commercial Department, collected over one hundred dollars for UNICEF, an agency of the United Nations which provides health and education assistance to all countries in need. The Y-Teens, in conjunction with the Hi-Y, sponsored an information booth in front of the office where any student or visitor could find the answer to any question pertaining to school. The close association between the Hi-Y and Y-Teens is due to the fact that they are affiliated with the YMCA and YWCA, re- spectively. As members of the Hi-Y, students also performed many community service func- tions in and around Mumford. Within the school itself, this club sponsored the Thanks- giving assembly and sold programs during the football season. Y-Teens, row one: A. Viuey. S. Bruce, J. Price, A. Forrest, treasurer C chaplain: P. Greenwood. Row two: J. Heidt, V. Patton, J. Neuman, H. Sommers, M. Row three: N. Hayes, J. Small. S. Hargreaves, J. Efrusy, C . 5' ' A 5 S- Y , ' s a e t 0 l i f s Q ! ar r B22 , Q 495 1. .........a,.- f-W ,T 1-'!':'t ftlamhcllci. row nm: E. fiulllch. R. lalhn, J. Eleanor Goldizch and .loan Small discuss the items they Small, treasurer: li. Zllllllldllliill. wiw-prr-sith-nl: are going to put in a display showcase. ll. Sornrnr-r-, pr:--ith-nrg N. llrltowiu, secretary: Nl. Nllralulwill. areer .gfuclenfa gaineJ Students taHng co-op retailing were en- couraged to join the Future Retailers, a city, state and national organization. Spon- sored by Missfidith Bunn of the Commer- cial the club promoted interest in the Retailing as a career, developed A ' the confidence of boys and and in their work, PTUYMUGQQU mwwnify fer Orsln' Office Co-op, Row one: N. Johnson. J. Schwartz, P. Gold. l.. Rosenberg, I. Katz Row two: D. Fried. W. Phillip-. Fl. fllasv, S. Kallvv. 5. Caplan. l.. Brozgolrl J. Laftcr, ll. Zaler, A, Kosak. Row threw: S. Dail-. K. l--ul-. ll, liwl-zu. l,. P-rl-tw. C, Kvilui. ll. Blau, 9. Lecman, ll. Kr-tai, D. Xvflfillil'-t-lxl. Nl. Crocfman. B. Walunae. C. Terry. ,l Fisher, Mr. J. Sollcsz. sponsor. :Ig-i ii, I I ized social activities and developed the abil- ity that leads to top positions in business organizations. . Included among their activities were a Hallowe'en party, a Christmas party and a dessert party. On several occasions they heard various guests speak on store protec- tion, textiles and fashion. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Helen Slony, of the Commercial Department, the ""i Vugr- One' llunrlrwl Tuffy - ,fig 4-v Row two: S. Sandi-rs, N. Vim-torsml, li. Berris. ,I Rose G Raznick, l NluKerim-y A Henry xi E Sl ' 6 A " ' ' ' Modeling fnrqagxhlamsf-Iles fvaehion Show are C. Herman, E Redlich. N. I4-lki lllow thrc:-Ic?j'Rp0Ill:1iJh F Cnldiu-h C' Quan: l vitl. 5. Sanders. 9 Sibley. Nl. Waxman. 4. Green an-1 J. f40ll"l'l Zalman, C. Dworkin. .gnfo guaineao Mamselles became acquainted with busi- ness retailing principles, fashion ideas and store operation. The girls saw films on various phases of store management and selling, heard guest speakers on these sub. jects and took trips to behind the scenes of modern stores. They gave their annual fashion show for all girls at Mumford and had their annual banquet at the end of the school year. A major social event was a tea given here for the Mamselles of Cooley at the mid-vesr. By joining Oiiice Co-op, students were given the opportunity to hold oice jobs and receive school credit at the same time. under the sponsorship of Mr. Joseph Soltesz of the Commercial' Department, members received helpful business training and a salary. Fixture Retailers, row one: H. Brode, Sgt.-ubarinsg D. Huy, cnrr. sec.: D. Folberg, pres.g H. Summers, rec. sec.: D. Rnbinsnn, lreaa. Row two: Miss Edith Bunn, li. Eheur. Nl. Knguiwli, S, Cn-en ll llr Tibbells, V. Seiter. Row three: F. Nlitlleman, Nl. Waxman, A. Pyrw-, Nl. l'iwln'i'. 12, ling Gresham. .4 Page One Humlred Thirteen ll, dll bunemh 5, Felix: ll-lfl ll iiauiain. l', J.: in k 1 ' x s 9. -s I 'Q rx' if l l I' 5 iz fd :Qi 1""' Future Teachers, row one: P. Berke, M. Arkin, S. Beron, R. Courlander, A. ltskovitz, vice-presidentg I. Dunitz. presi- dent J Rose secretary-treasurer: E. Borge, R. YaHe. Row two Miss Reas. sponsor: J. Weissman. A. Garelick. R. Lang, A. Henry, S. Martin, S. Burke, P. Schatten, A. Dau R Rom Mrs. M. Kelly. sponsor. Row three I . Savage. R. Gelman, D. Zechman. S. Sher, V. Stein, L. Srnokler, H. Clidord, M. Sax, L. Milan, M. Altman. Row four Nl. Aronoff. D. Warren. I. Boesky. S. Levine, P. Levy. P. Raub, F. Lieberman, M. Resnick. jufure giclucafora CJaJef lacking Affiliated with the National Education Association, the Future Teachers Club helped to promote interest in teaching as a career. Under the supervision of Mrs. Marion Kelly, language teacher, the mem- bers became acquainted with various funda- mentals of teaching, education courses re- quired at teachers' colleges, salaries offered. and qualities of a good teacher. The club saw instructive films and heard well known educators speak on various phases of teach- ing. Actual experience with children was gained through cadet teaching. The mem- bers went to elementary schools in this area and taught classes under the supervision of regular teachers. Judy Rose enjoys teaching a first grade class at Schulze School. Page One Hundred Fourte 'bf Future health teachers row one J Hack I Stem L Buckley G Hochman M Tann Row two A Lezell A Faren M Pauli sponsor P Campbell E Ash B Klegon nodes! jeaCA,eI' Momma To glve girls who are mterested ln be commg physlcal educatlon teachers a bet ter lIlSlgl'll mto the health educatlon field was the arm of the newly formed Future Health Teachers Club Under the guld ance of MISS Marte Paull health mstruc tor, the club afforded glrls a chance to study the actual teaching, clerlcal admm lstrattve and health problems mvolved ln Mst!Szt Sucheckl looks on as Call health educatxon The members made a study of the courses offered ln college lead mg to teaching m thls field On several occasions the girls vxslted the health umts of varlous schools and colleges ln return students of these mstltutlons came to ln spect our approach to health educatlon The Mumford gym and pool are among the most modern and complete ln the country n Flame A ll and ludx llatk nractnre rnflf-rv an , " , J'-f fi ,.,- .. , "' v i' Q ' V 7 A I f, ' 1 :' 1' a- v - 1 :. ,. , . , 3. ,. ,. . . . ' Q , , . . . , . Kifiiirw' wg W 41,1 aa if we 3? 14 5 44 4, f ff 74 2 ywinnzfhrrf fvrhcxi Newly formed this year. the Medical Club offered an opportunity for students to become acquainted with the various fields of medicine. Sponsored hy Mr. Alfred Strepek. science teacher. the eluh held in- formative discussions and saw movies con- cerning manv pha'es of the medical profes sion Thex made several interesting di- plays for the benefit of the entire school ' romoforf !9r0!'AJ1'on They also heard many guest speakers who acquainted them with various aspects of the field and with requirements for entering and completing medical school. These lec- tures also pertained to interesting facets of anatomy not covered in the biology tourses The cluh al'o vi ited neighbor hood hospitals to get a closer new of medi une and its practice Medical Club row one E Courlander B Lo h J Block vice president. R Trutcll, president Nl Tanenbaum secretary R Balaban treasurer B Perlman Row two Mr A Strepek sponsor Q Rabinowrtz Q Rosen J Linden R Hack L. Goldstein A Phillip NI Levitt NI Weissman Row three N Bard WI Gorld 'tl Dunn F laP1de kai J No anchuk, L Brotman, A Moro! H Lee, Q' in Y 1 J' What is it? a k mystnfied students as they examine O car the biology mannequin Page One Hundred Szxlccn 4. V ,,. 5, . 51 ilk V1 'ifikf 1 1 - H15 new mg A - .. AQ . .f V r .Q -ii W, f, L., E'f' 77'T2' 1' F :ff ' -ff? -jgr f I : ,, my!!! A Zigi t O Z? ' .sf ff co era M Zac, B1oX Club row one D Lcvey secretary trea urer H 'Nialone pre :dent S Rosenthal vrce presrdent Row two S Sxegal S Prezer T Luca 'NI Powell S Bnxce study of brology and related sclences ln thelr experlmental and practlcal aspects was nelcomed to JOIII the B1oX Club, under the gurdance of Mlss Margaret Mrddleton sclence instructor The club travelled to Lanslng to attend the state meetxng of the Mlchlgan Junlor Academy of Scxence of tlfic films, watched sclence demonstratlons and were taken on a general tour of the crty One of thelr actrvrtres was the record mg of the dlfferent ammal sounds at the Detrolt Zoo The members planned and presented an audltorlum program for the school to mcrease general xnterest m scrence B1oX members compare the varnous structures of amphrbxans and reptrles Page One Hundred Eughtccn ' - ae oo Any student interested in furthering his which they are members. They saw scien- Scientists row one M Gould H Lee M Welssman B Exsenberb uce pre :dent X Phxlhps president L Goldstem secretary treasurer L Hyman W Dxshell G Beckerman Row two P Levenstem J Nosanchuk L Brotman J Hamburg R Tanner M Cooper K Gltlm Q hesselson B Boxman Any student w ho was mterested ln sclence was ellglble to jom the Sclence Club under the guldance of Nlr 51m Ascher This organlzatlon took a trlp to the Dow Chemx cal Compam ID Nlxdland Nllchlgan and to the LIIIVCTQIH of Nlxchlgan to VISIL thelr chemlcal research department Thev heard clear physlclst from Way ne Qtate Umver Slly and an enffmeer from the Nllchlgan Bell Telephone Company At thelr meetmgs they performed such ercperlments as the maklng of plastlcs and worklnv mth llquld ovq gen ln order to ral e nmnex for the school the Club old 'Nhclxex Nlu tang decal ln conjunction wxth thelr pollcx of mutm guest pealter Xlr Jatob Dehoun a raduate or ann Llltllll trx tudent from Xlasne Ntate Lnner ny perftrmed a erxe Lt exptrn 0 H 11 dA mums Here l1e1 Lreatm a xnthetxc platlc Page ne un re zncrcen Y 'Y l 1 ' ' , : . , . , . ' , . ' H, " - s' Sr- ' ' . ' 9 - ' . - g . . , . , . . D I V U . . , . , . , . , - y - 1 - s v- - Clence - Jollflfl Ollf V several guest speakers, among them a nu- . V D. A . . . 5 E ,. D ,. . . 1 V I . . V. , . t . g 5 S , S' . . ,.-p Q e! :-Suv yr S " 1 '. 'S ' ' g sl' ' 5' . If Letter Winners, row one: C. Reeves, J. Mengel. J. Ridley, P. Horowitz, A. Sterus, M. Cutler, D. Scliubiner, D. Levine. Row two: L. Skolnick, D. Hass, R. Tanner, B. Black, B. Netzer, C. Ross, M. Saperstein, D. Pohlod. Row three C Lustig NI Bislio A Dre er B Carson G 'iialin B Holmes Iv- .-- .p.-- Yr- -..a ,. .B.Denison, H. Rubenstein, N. Levy. Vl:l1Sl I H" I lm H 59:1 B-6- Coach George Cairns congratulates Barry Shapiro after winning an All- City letter in his first year of swimming competition. W p'0Hl0f0f! goof! .ginorfdmanfidtya ancl eruice Lf' mzzrff Under the guidance of coaches, Paul Bernd, George Cairns, Harold Grove, ,lim Kelley and Stanley Mullin, the varsity "M" Club strived to develop and promote good sportsmanship throughout Mumford. Mem- bership was limited to boys who had earned a varsity letter in any school sport. Members of the organization were ac- corded the privilege of attending all home sports activities free of charge as the guests of the Physical Education Department for representing Mumford in its athletic en- deavors. Letter Winners, row one: L. Portnoy, R. Walton. D. Walton, H. Schneir, A. Croll, D. Chosid. W. Price. Row two: F. Prime, R. Okum, T. Goldberg, D. Shevitz, B. Sarver, A. Saltzman, G. Beckermau. Q LRow three: T. Warshaw, M. Hoffman, R. Litt, R. Ryback, S. Conway, G. Kutchrnan, W. Dishell, D. BX. Page One Hundred Turnlt Page One Hundred Twenty-one .l B d horn pre :dent N Hayes secretary S Sander L Buckley A Vmey p t 0 en Coltra B Grey l luck Nl: s E Dunn sponsor 1 6nC0ufageJ .grienclg Compefcfcon To encourage every girl to participate in a sport while attending Mumford was the main function of the Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation. Under the sponsorship of Miss Eleanor Dunn, health instructor, the G.A.A. was opened to all girls who were interested in participation in athletics and the promo- tion of good sportsmanship, regardless of whether they were letter winners or not. The only requirements were that the girls be present at the meetings and be active in at least two sports a year. Included among the group's activities were a splash party, a bicycle hike and a picnic. They held sports days with other schools in which the girls engaged in non- league competition. The G.A.A. also sponsored an intramural program between study halls. This consist- ed of basketball, swimming, volley ball and tennis. KW ramaliafa Hough Candidates for the Drama Club were selected on the basis of their acting ability and their interest in dramatic arts. Under the sponsorship of Miss Dorothy Patterson, English instructor, the club pre- sented the two annual school plays. Also among the clubis activities was participa- tion in several assembly programs and the presentation of selected one-act plays. jAP6ll0l' fo WMHIZWJ Because of their late programs. the ninth and tenth grade students were not able to join the Drama Club. However, they were given the opportunity to participate in drama classes by taking part in the junior Drama Clinic. Under the instruction of the senior members of the Drama Club. the young aspirants participated in play's and pantomimes and learned some of the basic fundamentals of acting. - nm ot' a forthconiing play 1 lcd by llilda Rosen Actors and actif-ss'--. row one: Xl. Frnstein. S. Spertner. J. Gluckrnan, C. Lewis. secretary: H. Rosenberg, president B. Goodman. vice-pre-i-lf-rt: F. Pottnor. trrfasurv: H. Nloltz. B. Perlman. S. Beron. Row 'VUL A. Rotlvbarr. J. llinc. C. Lewis. Fi Freedman. C. Siegan. B. Abramson. Victorson, J. Goldberg, M. Citron 5. .-hnvtrfi. 71. ii, Brrlow. , 'ss D. Patterson. sponsor. vi' t Xl: li'-M ll'YC'TL .l. Kurw. ll. Plur-f-r. F. Pollalc. C. Burkow. G. Rubenstein. S. Bez. P. Jackson, I. Beznos, C. Konigman G, lift .wx ti Huw four: -N. llvnrwn. ,l, Xlarwil. IL, Xlarcus. S. Xlorris. T. Barr. C. Schulak. S. Sotovsky, W. Reinecher. M. Stollcr F. Spector. -Q , v pl fri ,J sy 7 One Hunflred TILCIIIQ fun 5 in ,Q fl , I -Shir Junior llfHmdli:lS, row on'-: Rose. C. Mirbacli, S. Salicoff, C. Lewis, advisor: N. Victorson, ldvisorg H. Rosenberg. advicorg ll. Holtz, aflvisor: If-rman. S. Kovan. Row two: M. Lucas, R. Ftromcr, K. Prady, G. Weinberger, J. Coulter, D. Smulyln, .l. Liebman, L. Shulman. A. Mellen, F. Click. L. Lcmpert. Row three' K Svlmeider Q Fitron VI lewnick B Wein ardffn B Rowe B Kala, M Li sky,G.Sandlcr. Q . .... g -,. .p P.. Salinger, B. Lesson. Ai f ok " lic-lu-arsals are the most important pliacrf of any prorluc' tion. llf-re: ,lf-rry llf-moi. Connie l,4-wis. Sllvlllflfl Sulovsley, lfliarlr-s lmllavk. Famli Bvron and Barluira Perlman are run :ina Illrougll new matvrial. T-v,1 buaan Citron and liarharu lxulz n-ad pun- lor llrlfm- Xlolll. -lin--lm -it .1 lnuinr Drama Club play. . .X X 5 1 L-N I l 4 X N 2 ' 2 ' I X I 1 1 . . ig ,' l Page One Hundred Twenly-lhrcc 10 4' ff? .uw fi? t af V1 A422 1.11 1.11111 'nu NOFIIIJII lx Q""Ull 111 wh 1It1,11 UI!!! .9lllllI0 Nerute mv the prune fxlqectue of tht Ixew Club under the pun or-hmp of Nlr Ne 11111 Klux tuunn or xllllldlfim M1 1 the Nortl1x1eQt IXINHIIIN a hranth of the at1un'1l flI'f'llllZdll1lll tu 1 um old ina: anclQLlm11lpc1111m1t 111 rude r to rave money to lux a NllClltllfllI' fur 1111 1paf1t.1ted stu dtnt l'lUI'lllf.Q the perlrd of lllllf IIUUTIGQ Tru alxo u111t11l111ttd to utllcr IOIUIIIUDIU projent- 1n and al nut Xllllllfillil 'Nlunherw were Nllllllg to one of lllC1I' tune and effort to help any Student who had fallen behmd ln hr Qchoolxsork lJt'CZlUQ6 of 1llIl6'1Q or mjurw e memlmers auled the1r palent orgam muon rn the sale of tlckew to thP1r annual hor P Chow, the pmt srl ff 2 h Ph vent to a1d crlppled vluldre - XLll1llI'lB b 1 1 P 1W!'N 1 Lf 1 rx y qv -Q .5 K KJ' 'Wwnf ,inn sf-as-WM Pugp Une Ilumlnrl Tucrvlm fum nh t r Human Relations Club, one: P. Berke, H. Moltz, E. Borger, B. Borock, vice-presi- dent: R. Chaenko, president: J. Doner, secretary: A. Lezell, treasurer, D. Mellen, C. Gen- SCI. Row two: D. Weiner, I.. Salomon, F. Rosner, S. Kurtz- man, D. Rubin, M. Citron, B. Young, E. Pinsky, D. Rosen. Row three: G. Kott, J. Weissman, B. Manheim, P. Berman, S. Castleman, Lewis, C. Hochman, M. Zeiger, J. Charmer, M. Lipsky. Row four: S. Bicoll, S. Arm' strong, A. Rothbart, G. Wigod. M. LaBan, F. LaPides, Samuels, L. Penner, J. Galin- sky, R. Colman. . . -of fr '39 - .2 YOW C. G. f u Illiiflll pC'!6l!l'0llJ To promote better relations between peo- ple of all races, nationalities and religions was the purpose of the Human Relations Club sponsored by Miss Dorothy Perron of the Social Studies Department, and Mr. Paul Kerber of the Vocational Department. The club heard well known speakers, saw films on the evils of prejudice and held a ll' iff s , 1' .az it ii ,iw xx 'Wu N l Human Relations Club, row one: M. Epstein, C. Charfoos. L. Grenn, G. Silverman, A. Henry, N. Friedman, S. Mar- tin, M. Sax, J. Dunitz. Row two: J. Disner, H. Brown, V. Ascher, G. Burkow, J. Columpus, M. Becker, N. Coggan, J. Banovitz, S. Hei- man, E. Cunsberg, J. Kalt. Row three: J. Simons. A. Mintz, S. Lewis, S. Simms, S. Zide, H. Lee. J. Salter, L. Friedlandcr, N. Waybum, C. Brown, B. Yolles, A. Wister. Row four: A. Croll, M. Woolf, D. Dubrow, M. Morton, S. Cascade, S. Olen, S. C-lazer. M. Colton, F. Spector. C. Cohn. J. Noeanchuk, W. Dishell, J. Two of the most important projects of the Human Relav tions Club are the Canned Goods Drive fleftt where Dan Snyder and Ralph Sachs are seen helping, and the Clothing Drive frigbtl where Mike . Woolf and Jay Hamburg are adding to the pile. Polic One Iluntlretl Tu t nrt -V611 Talor FQ... I'0Ill ofecl flefdffllllhllg series of conferences with other schools in order that members might better under- stand the various peoples of the world. Among its many activities, the club or- ganized the clothing drive at Mumford, collected and distributed food for a needy family at Thanksgiving and sponsored a year around Brotherhood Program. Artists, row one: P. Schatten, H. Gross. L. Lomond, treasurer: I. Schere, president: R. Israel, vice-presidentg B. Krakow, secretary: N. Iczkovitz, B. Hagenjos. Row two: A. Wister, B. Berman, R. Sema, S. Goodman, P. Jackson, I. Glueckman, M. Eder. E. Grad. R. Lang. J. Siddall, sponsor. Row three: S. Siegel, M. Barcley, H. Gaba, R. Loberman, L. Rubinstein, B. Winston, S. Katz. Row four: F. Spector, B. Wolen, C. Newell, A. Cichy, B. Goodman, N. Allermln. .fdrfisfa .jflegaezl lQ'oz!uce lined of jmen W - , M -'TC' ff ' fi-ax X x, s , . 1 .4 q '49 Blix - 9 0 D R xxlw 4, - , 9 . t Steve Litwin, Alex Cichy, Judy Steinbock and Bill Goodman are working on a backdrop for the Variety Show. In co-operation with the Radio Broad- caster's Guild, the Art Club aided in the production of the annual Variety Show. The members designed and created the scenery for last ,lanuary's production, "Nick of Time," a musical melodrama. The Art Club also made posters for special school events such as the school plays, concerts, and the bake sale. Mr. James Siddall, faculty sponsor, ar- ranged trips to art exhibits in Detroit and the surrounding areas, and encouraged stu- dents to place entries in the Scholastic Art Contest. The club tried to instill in its mem- bers a greater appreciation of famous works of art and encouraged the discussion of creative ideas and methods. Page One Hundred Tuxenh wx Literary Guild row one 5 Goodman ll Rosenbaum ,I Hambur pre ident Q Lappan 5 Freedman Row two NI 'Nlyer P Levenstein B Goodman D Pollin er NI Dann I Nlarmll X Croll 'Llllllly QUIZ! ! ! Under the guidance of Mrs Hortense 0Shea of the English Department, the newly formed Literary Guild was organ- ized for students to vain an understanding of the philosophies of ancient and mod- ern authors. Meetings were informal and led to extensive discussions of major lit- erary works. Every member was encour- aged to voice his interpretation of the lit- erary matter under discussion. They kept Ill IF! ll Oillll Illj each other informed on new books as well The members were required to have earned an AN or "B" in American Liter- ature to join the club. They invited sev- eral literary figures to speak here at Mum- ford and they attended some lectures away from school as well. The club purchased editions of some of the great works in literature for the groups library. Alan Croll and lliclt l'ollingm-r an cxaniinm one of the ma -in in added to the library this past ltflll. erpretationadds i lv - 'ox ri it - -t, 'L 1 .-it-rs ,- . Klice Blandino, Q . ---Q-..,,.,,,.. S- hlatlt club, row one: Nr. Milton Budyk, K. Gitlin, J. Nosanchuk, president: C. Ackerman, J. Carliner, Mr. llarnld Davis. Row two: C. Pollack, R. Eisenberg. J. Daslval. Ni. Cooper, R. Nash, Xl. Could. R. Peters. A. Phillips. Newly formed this year, the Mumford Mathematics Club was opened to all stu- dents who wished to gain a further insight into the complex field of lines and numbers. Membership was opened to all students who had completed math courses through Ge- ometry Il. Under the sponsorship of Mr. ml Wu gamma "Gee, it looks like Greek t me," UIUIICFS .lole Carliner. Harold Davis and Mr. Milton Budyk, the club held detailed discussions on elementary and advanced mathematics. Among its activities, the members heard guest speakers on various aspects in the field. One of these was on the interesting phase of non-Euclidian geometry. They also took a trip to Ann Arbor for a mathe- matics convention. Sue Solomon, Marty Cooper and jerry Nosancliul. examine a three dimensional tic-tae-toe game. Page One Humlrefl Twenty-viglzl fN ,x .Xl mlllt' MKII.: lfxnluls' lul ,1 Ivpull lu llnt lb. rn-lll.uninmf.u1-I ll.1ml.i l mslvin tl.. .df puxpo-Q-..- 'G is . 'va iv 17" llululniuplu ull-emu,-lull' .nlmul If-frlly ldlw plan- auylimv and auywlneun Hen- Xlarly Dann and Nliss Ulm-xt-all corners.- if-Sr - '1 llxllt' env rn ull' 1 -5 U Li p0t'IIl. jk poefd gorner To glve students an opportumty to ex plore the field of verse was the arm of the Poetry Club, a new Mumford orgamzatlon Under the guidance of Mlss Rosalind Olm stead of the English Department, the mem bers dlscussed some of the great poets of the world their works and their methods The students also wrote poetry, the best of whlch was submitted to the Scholastlc Wntmg Contest The club gave several partles during the year, one bemg held at the home of Miss Olmstead I I' -1'.1.- f .nv'4' Irv l lub nm one It 1 nun 1 ns It 0 l Ill L In Om' Il11mIrul71rnfx nm: m zT ff., Broadcasters row one F Qchultz H Moltz, C Lewns treasurer W Goodman preudent I Mannl, vice president K Foon secretary M Salntz R Pollmger Row two B Young J Doner J Taylor R Bortman F Spector L Marg M Woolf E Matthevqeponlor N vRow three R Gelman Q Katz S Goodman G Beckerman P Qumt H Lee A Croll L Smoklor I Bmg rctorson M0aJCa5t2f5 SADC!! Weulaf Spotllght on Mumford a weekly news school s sound llbrary These were done on castmg program was one of the mam proj toplcs connected wlth the school s llterature ects of the Broadcasters Culld Under the courses so that teachers could play them to guldance of Mr Earl Matthews Engllsh thelr classes To promote radlo actmg abll Instructor the club also wrote and present lty and to mcrease sklll ln productlon and ed the annual Vanety Show as well as sev dlrectlon were the objectxves of the club eral smaller stage assemblies Another ac many of whose weekly meetmgs were re llVlly was to tape record radlo plays for the hearsals for thexr regular presentatlons Radio Broadcasters present Spotlnght on Mumford as Mr Earl Matthews drrects Gary Beckerman and Shelley Goodman Page One Hunrln 11' Thlflw nl, ,V V p ' : 91 .. " L 3 t A l f 4' 5 Q -, 3 - ' Q I 2 ' l V Y , v 5 I IL ' , - kr 0 1 - 4 ,, ' , vu, 4 ll' V 4 -"1 eq ., r E f l 'K ' s , , A, 4 J, .-, ., , Q-'fa . , : .e , . . ', 5 . ' , ' 3 . ' - ' Q , Q . , . . 2 . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . ' n : . , .. , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , 7 . nn - as , s - , ' . 7 ' ' , . ' . , - ' . , 4, ' 1 - u - H F I l I ,W . r I 'Vf'W'MQ,,,. ,, . M f W ' yf Hams, standing l. to r.: H. Lenter, S. Rubin. S. Bloom. president. Seated l. to r.: B. Rubin, P. Shannon. B. Blou. ,gazebo Wemgerd gonlacleal ibuzrfcl- llfuale .Hama Under the sponsorship of Mr. Maxwell of their activities, they visited WLDM, a Hutchinson, head of the Social Studies De- high hdelity station, and station WJBK to partment, the Radio Club furthered interest further their understanding and knowledge in short wave communication. The club of radio work. The members worked at built receivers and transmitters and con- least an hour each day communicating with versed with stations throughout the world other short wave stations and in contacting through their own station, W8CMP. As one hams throughout the world. z X I "iff "What! All this and no picture tube!" exclaims Stuart Bloom dictates a me i th t l ' ' Shel Rubin to Mr. Maxwell Hutchinson. ret-eived to llarvey Lenter, Mage 3 me Juni Page Ont' Htlndrerl Thirfx-nm S' -1 04N 0 '-41 Jx Current Affairs Club. row one: S. Solomon, F. Sturman, B. Yolles, P. Farber, N. Cohen, C. Brown, ll. Lee, Freedman. Nl. Silver. Row two: M. Meyers, C. Fosen, 1. Doner, B. Rycus. P. Levenstein, J. Gilbert. J. Adelman, R. Schragc, L. Meizlish. J. Taylor. Row three: C. Nosanchunk, L. Limond, A. Croll, G. Beckcrman, M. Sibley, M. Dann. B. Boxman, A. Phillips, J. Carliner, S. Fis, J. Daskel. Row four: B. Brown. M. Woolf. N. Moscow, M. Cooper, L. Freedman, J. llamburg, D. Pollinger. S. Fealk. S. Nessclson. urrenl .xdyaird efbiacuuecl poffica no Ama To give students a more precise under- standing of the current political affairs of the world was the aim of the Current Affairs Club sponsored by Mr. Melvin Weisz, social studies instructor. The members were given the opportunity to argue their various polit- ical viewpoints with their classmates in many and frequent heated debates. Among the activities, the club took an annual trip to Lansing to watch the State Legislature in action, and visited the new City-County building. ln addition to sev- eral symposiums on significant subjects, one of the largest tasks ever to be under- taken by the Current Affairs Club was the sponsoring of a mock Democratic Conven- tion. Delegates were apportioned and the convention followed the same rules and regulations as did the national ones. The students nominated Adlai Stevenson and Stuart Symington for President and Vice- President, respectively. Every four years the club sponsors a similar convention for the party out of oflice. Preparing for one of the many discussions of the world situation are Sandy Lappan. Leonard Meizlish and Sandy Freedman. X1 x -iris' is Q MJ Q' x Waivasfw Current Affairs Club, row one: B. Shapiro, J. Jones, R. Yalfe, S. Grosberg, vice-president, M. Lazarov, president: Lappan, secretary-treasurer: J. Nosnachuck, R. Chaenko, L. Rubenstein. Row two: S. Bicoll, A. Wister, E. Correlick, C. Fisher, l. Weiss, Nl. Nveissman, G. Cussin, D. Lazarov, S. Zide. B. Slavin, Mr. M. Weisz, sponsor. Row three: M. Meyerson. R. C-antz, B. Young, .l. Dann, L. Ackerman, S. Safran, G. Kott, J. Litvin, B. Cohen, A. Lezell, J. Rose, E. Freeman. Row four: S. Heiman, L. Hyman, S. Mendelsohn, L. Simon, C. Cohn, L. Friedlander, E. Cunsberg. J. Banovitz, M. Shapiro, ., f t 1. N. Wayburn. r .. i 5' ' i LJ One Hundred Thirty-two O K I I 7" ,nf 71' md? nf, " ,.,..-f-- p W 2 wwf! IM, mai, Mm 3 si ln IIICV Urn' IIIIYHIIVII Thlffl-l1'I'P:' Scenes of happiness and disappointment were prevalent during the mock Denmrralic cumenliun us various nominees were erased from the slain .md the platform planks were adopted. llere the Ncw York delegation is eluted over the fact that their favorite son, Averill llarriniaum, was still in the running alter the second lull-vi. lm'-r the-if -miles turned to fmwns. Wlliffallgri KOH!! Plagued by injuries to many key players, the Mumford gridders ended their season with a disappointing 1-6 record. After a triumphant victory over Redford, the Mus- tangs dropped a non-league contest to Taylor Center. A moral crushing defeat at the hands of our arch rival, U of D, led the inexperienced team, with few returning lettermen, to successive losses to Central, Mackenzie, Cody, and Western. Coaches James Kelley and Harold Grove expressed the belief that the experience gained this year as well as a year's growth and development will provide Mumford a much improved squad next year. 4 1 5. ti H as A .5 ,,., 5 p E -" -xl f. --'-- . ' w.wm5awa'Z " "" ' ' ' -f . 41- ,Q ' ff Y' -1' ly A Y '51, Y H 3 Q .aw V --:., ,ee Z ,t ew i W Mumford! grid hopes. if all if was " at-'Av' i n I 5 ... I 6 fl ,EL gy ' 8.3" .. 3 'I .k f- T? ',. s I--, ..J1.,, Zg 3, ." .:i.sJ 7 -"7 'Z x, t V 54 32 .41',Ljk4E,4 66 Qssli ' , ' I ' F' .. f f it-79 It 4" ' V 9- lv in l. i 1 ul fl 1 . . I - ' f 4 +1 , - Y . .' v 'r v . ' ' ' ' an 13.111 .ii Row one. Coach S. Mullm. J. Giannaris. S. Lax. C. Reeves. C. Eastman, co-captain: B. Sarver. co-captain: H. Rubenstein. M. Gottesman. Cuarh .l. Ka-lley. Row two: C. Crawlanolf. J. Klvinrr. D. Ollcmxan. S. Bologna. B. Black. C.'Smolinski, D. Ward. Row three: P. Homwirz. .l. Ridley, D. Shevitz. M. Hoffman, D. Schuhiner, E. Cottfurcht, D. Icvine, R. Brazelton, R. Binion, L. Mendelsohn, R. Okum. ll. Shapiro. J. Risto. N. Levy. M. Silber. Row four: L. Portnoy. student manager: M. Saltzman. student manager: 51. Fedcrman, student manager: D. Pohlod. D. Settas, M. Perlman, A. Goldman, S. Crane. - 1 . " ' W 1 . . , . Y'-,. N' .....f:.: hug, nina 2i'5c'jgQ +'l,'V?" QW' if 'Q-'lf'.l?5f'. "' 'E sf' Ff'ff?'ftilg73E'L .. E flglil 4 chilli l H Qiiatlliffi .2.gif.2 is . .5 ' ni. ' k.Q7'1v.+-am, , -,f,f. 3 "' A . M W W- Mtijmuaaleforapfe-gmnw talhw- M - .M ,M 5 ,SN wk, fix Qi I Fqisx A, . an Charles Reeves Ronald Okum grichron Michael Hoffman Barry Server Carl Eastman Douglas Ward Joe Marsiglio Harvey Rubinstein Jerome Ridley lma , One Hundred Thirty-elghl el'0e5 ,. .f Sheldon Lax Dave Schubxner Dave Pohlod Sam BIIOQIII hm Gmnngng nfs Aeihfl ww 1 - ,eg fa" ,X 322' J B05 Blick Dennis Ollerman Bob Brazelton Phil Horowitz Gordon Grozdanoif r,,- . Page One Hundred Thirty-nine - .sqm , ff- .i D if "Say fella, got a match?" Cody back foils a Mustang end run. Mustang's hopefully eye long gain. 'D fn 5 -5 S..,-2.- 'I . . . . . '.' - '23 . ff.- Q-ss! " Q! K 'it ' W ' ' ll 8 Q .. - f'r'f,"'wh gi Ron Okum bucks and weaves his way down the field. Mumford grabs a Comet by the tail. Mustang mass mutilales Mackenzie. ff f ' f' " ' , f 'i ,,',r l iw , I M, Wx ,, 1 .,, an WI' ,.s,f,'M...1, ' Tom Segall stops a U of D drive with a timely interception. ,.,,,ew,va ,Y fy, unior lljaraify .gaiial fo .szine Consisting largely of underclassmen, Mumford's Reserve Football team closed out their season with a 1-3 record. The junior gridders dropped close contests to U of D, Mackenzie, and Cooley. Their lone victory was at the hands of Central. The spirited team, coached by Stanley Mullin, 4. - ,e ...i A- , -' ,. f- showed great potential for the coming season. . K .. l .1 N -L . "-if ---3? . "' 1' P " - 5. ' - of' -- ' ' 'G -1 X- . - ' 'S' ' " ,aff - . --was -, we ,Ls ,. -, . sh' , f l , '-A , M- - - - -i - ,V f . N -Xirbi' EE'-ge.',,rAf3:l 'Q".- ' I ur ' UF.. ear' ' L".L2.. '--ll'-J rfziaygtigigg-'viii-Q3 Reserve football team, row one: L. Stoval, I. Hampton, K. Bernley, R. Hanosh, B. Schwartz, T. Segall, W. Binion, Caldwell, K. Glinter. 1. Frankel. Row two: Coach I. VanVleck. 1. NlcBurrows, H. Bomers, T. Carter, Feldman, T. Fleicher, S. Fruchter, P. Kar, Silverman. J. Levi. J. Stamell, R. Young. T. Towser. Coach S. Mullin. Row three: W. Arnold. C. Wigod, L. Bronstein. B. Berris. H. Black. W. Melvin. F. Johnson, P. Darling. M. Glaser, Hassel, J. Urvig, B. Zackman. L. Levine. B. Scholnich. manager. fl fy, f rl Y 1' f JM 7 ,wsu , ,nm . W , i . t Cagers, row one: Coach J. Kelley, G. Rosenbloom, student manager: R. Walton, B. llolmes, captaing R. l tt R. Binion, Coach J. VanVleck. Row two: R. Okum, D. Shevitz, F. Prime, Xl. Sapcrstein, L. Sl.olnick. ll. Rubenstein. Row three: S. Matthews, C. Mullen. M. Silber, M. Schwedel. Coach Van Y 6190125 dlfell joug 55205011 Climaxing their 1956-57 season with a sizeable improvement over last year's record, Mumford! cagers look ahead to next sea- son, when, in the much tougher East Side League, they hope to fare even better. The cage team, lacking height in com- parison to their other opponents, had only three returning lettermen. Their 4-6 record leck demonstrates guarding technique to failed to show the Mustangs just points away from victory on many occasions. Their standing also qualified them for the metro- politan championship playoffs, during which they were defeated in the second round of competition. Coach VanVleck feels that next season, that he and a team with nine returning lettermen will continue its climb to success. Bob Hvlmes- "To he or not to be? . . . ", wonders Bob Holmes ef 194-N' Mumford T2 Mumford 43 Mumford 63 Row one R. McBurrows, H. Lash. Row two: N. Beigleman, Coach J. Kelley J Nelson Reserve .1-"" Where's the ball??? H' Friedman' Cooley 45 Mumford 53 Central 60 Mumford 50 Chadsey 57 Mumford 47 U of D 37 Mumford 46 Mumford 35 Mumford 53 Mumford -'l-2 Southwestern 65 Northwestern 68 Mumford 'IT Western 61 Redford 28 Cody 37 Northern 00 Mackenzie 48 The team huddles about Couch Yan X Ittlt Ur 1 Harvey Rubenstein up to score. f BW time-out SIRHCQCIIIS. ff ess: aug un 2 9 , 1 W8 5- v 1 , is on X. 4 Wifi, ' Q Xen XX X Page One Hunrfrvd Forty-rhrrr . . and another game begins. Judy Price commits a guarding foul as Linda Buckley RUCIIXPIS 8 PBSS. .Szxfef lzoyeddivefy Swefaf Courf Although only in their second year of Varsity competition, Mumford's girls bas- ketball team compiled a very respectable three won, two lost and one tie record. After dropping their first contest to Western and tying their second with Redford, a much Mumford 30 Mumford 28 Mumford 53 Mumford 28 Mumford 38 Mumford 42 improved cagerette team went on to win three of their last four games. The team, under the direction of Coach Freda Landen, defeated Northeastern, Pershing and Cody and dropped close contests to Cooley and Western. Western 41 Redford 28 Northeastern 22 Cooley 33 Pershing 24 Cody 10 Coach Landen explains to Linda Aaron, Bobbie Gray, and Sandi Smith how to win a jump. Page One Hun lrfvl I'orr1 f 1 Pat Chaeny watches as teammate Linda Aaron scrambles for the rebound. P 0 l' Qu i5 S. Smith, Coach F. Landen. Row two: B. Borock, student manager: P. Chaeny, J. Heidt, S. Olin J. Price, J. Elfrusy, C. Coltra. Row three: A. Faren, R. Johnson, N. Allen, S. Grace, E. Martin. Row four: K. Amis, S. Caslleman, A. Blandino, F. Krell, R. Rom. l Diligent practice such as this paid oil in later games. Page One Hundred Forty-five Row one: B. Cray, J. Hack, L. Buckley, co-captain: L. Aaron, co-captain: W1 l Startlng off the season on a hngh note Mumford s 1956 baseball team, coached by Mr Harold Grove, easlly defeated its first two opponents After droppmg the next two close ones, the Mumford nxne went on to fimsh the season wnth four consecutive vlctorles The team defeated Pershmg Eastern, Cass, Wxlbur Wnght Northern and Den by Their only setbacks were at the hands of Northwestern and Southeastern Bus baseball team row one J Cottfurcht J Starr I Cascade M Owens M Kurzman I Berthetl D Levme P .lol on A Saltzman manager Row two Coach Harold Crowe D Shore M Schiff S Levme H Lambert H Stulberg G Krause manager 1 lII'IkIll gafalnen B ..-4-gin.. from getung to fxrst base .am- Wwe Unusual 1n school athletics IS the fact that the baseball squad was the only Mum ford team to compete ID the Detrolt Metro polxtan East Side League Thls was due to the fact that when the schedules were ongmally set up, there was no opening for another team m the West Sxde Baseball League The East Slde had such an open mg and Mumford has continued its asso- rlatlon with the group through the years The team s sux won, two lost record en abled them to finish thlrd ln their dlVlSl0Il I x21 L--A-sd A --'L' Q 1 ... .. 'L 'D' X . Page One Hundred Forty six A I Q. H - ' ' 5 f, is , Q f, r 1. X .U , V . 3, . , h Q 'l Z, ,313 My A 4 v al. I, es 3 , 1 44.4. 5 gg ,, ' x Q . 2 I . 7 In , Pun .123 X f V v 2 ' Ng c . ' H: , . 'Z L V ' Q t , . If . ' A Nga A JL. gif? s Q I , -VL., A , ' M' AM, Y, ' , ,sys , V . . H--1.--WM-ff N., 2 - I M ,sting , f',i any A ,isp UN ppt . . ' it f ' Wh' 4 as w A ,:----4 ,N ., .I - a - ' .rw L ' Q ig' ,H Q. f lb , - ' M ' , -Q Y .W A Z WM os , - ing, , In 4 5-V, t W Vw V. A A , l I ,,, V ,,,':f"4'-a'4'w3'.45-as - " ' 4 ", , W a . . . - . 1 s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , 0 A, ' . . . . . 1 ' s.. ir . . . . . J - 9 . . . . . . . . . .' n ri , . . , . , . , . . . , ,. , . . , . s , . , . r I ' , . -. , . , . , . , . p - . y Q X ' . s ,' 1 - ' , ' ' ' ' I x , , U , Q. h- I 4 I , 1 R 2 H - ' ,' 1 The combmauon of Mark Owens and Arrue Shapiro dnscourages many a runner .9 gud Qaagzze 'MM Qld Levm dng for paydxrt nn order to awe the more and hrs head Mumford 9 Mumford 4 Mumford 2 Mumford 0 Mumford 9 Mumford 4 Mumford 4 Mumford 4 Pershmg Eastern Northeastem Southeastern Cass Wllbur Wright Northern Denby In.piration through the fence is given by Coach Harold Grove Page One Hundred Forty-seven he-... Girls' golf team, row one: W. Newman, S. Solomon, J. Jones. Row two: M. Omenke, M. Moskovitz, G. Samuels, P. Berman, J. Baskin, Coach M. Pauli. Ri If ,. ' V A .M if A 1 , 5 , " A ur i if f an ef- ' 1' .,,-,- aw.-s..,a -1-v ---4-on-Q-A glmfl .QIWLQJ m ...., , ' -, l Y 1 Y 'Y . . , Q s ,A .7 5-, Richard Litt and his teammates hopefully await Top records were compiled by both the 1956 girls' and boys' golf teams. After a slow start, Mumford's boys won their last three matches to close out the season with a five won, four lost, and one tie record. The girls, losing only to Redford, finished the season with a three won, one lost, and one tie. Mumford's boys, under the guidance of coach Paul Bernd, defeated Mackenzie twice, Cody twice, and Cooley once. They were set back by U of D twice and Redford twice. The tie match was with Cooley. The linksmen finished sixth in the city tourna- ment. The girls' team, under the coaching of Miss Marie Pauli, defeated Hamtramck, Highland Park, and Cody. They were up- set by Redford and tied Cooley. Page One Hundred F orty ugh, y 0 vp eadon , D , j2g,g ,SSW 'i 0.,,.,'n , ,A a helpful gust of wind. Boys' golf team, row one: F. Steinhart, J. Mengel, B. Heller, H. Rubenstein, R. Litt, R. Rosen, Coach P. Bernd. ..., rx . 1. .--- -- ---, x. , elm, kd... Q . r. .--Y a - ' Q . ,"w 11- 'X " .-wif.. .1 re 'Q en. 4 1 ki' . 41 e " A M - W. U 'Q exe - 5. 5 ,.- P. 1- 5, M .fl Wendy Newman-a driving force of the team. amd he Say the .fore of clubsyip. :whims Page One Hundred Forty-nine Harvey Rubenstein. 9? , f?'?1:w Cross Country team, r0W iW01M. Friedman, M. Ross, H. Schneir, W. Last, W. Price, M. Fox, R. Walton, H. Lee, M. Cutler, D. Richman, Coach P. Bernd, M. Barkley. Pow one- W Jackson A Neuman A Stems G Kratchman R Holmes L Weillludell R Iaworskl R Demson B Ernhorn E Sosmck, H Hirsch M 3 .Wad 5, 9 A 5, uf, rw' W' 'V' H41 7 nw "I 'Q' 7 Ewa at.. QM' v sq 'LL ,M Wagga, ,Q-A 'w.,,,f' -12 +R- 'M' 1 Her NYS. wart for me"' calls Make Fnedman Page One Hundred Filly ln erin ell t Under the guldance of coaches George Cairns and James Kelly the Mumford track team wound up the 1956 season wlth an even four won and four lost record The thmclads, strong ln the sprmts but weak ln the hurdles and field events, won four of thelr first five dual meets before dropprng thelr last three contests Besides Mumfords George Mullxn Richard Walton Qleadmg belowl can now wear the All cxty track dlagonal u Wi, 1' 5 fl! ,f x MIWT K . . , . , . , . , . y - I . , . , - , . . . , 0 9 . . . . . . . . - . . , . . Y y + I Q - . 4 . ' N . 2,-.Pj . .jg 1 1 . EX. fam? Q. ft f f.g.,.a'9fl' ' 6, Eff' 6,3 A ,Q-I-np' U Q, sfwwm Ap 0 J. .h Q. Q LL, 3 GK' hrf'-?,' ' U , - .. 1 - ,. , '- ,A - , X , , 'K 'g ' 4 'Q ' ' , f , Rn' 6 A A , 'fn gun' ' ' I, fs' -45 1' ,'.1- " f ' . K1 , f 5. X f -1-'-"" L- , , I. -,'.'H4' 6 . 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Cl 0 , , 5' 5' .Slam Mumford s track team defeated Northem Chadsey Southwestern and Cooley They were turned back by Central Redford, Cody and Western to finlsh twelfth ln the Cl Wlth the largest turnout lll thelr hlstory the Cross Country Team under the guxd ance of coach Paul Bernd closed out the 1956 season with lts finest showmg yet .hi Scormg another first for Mumford rs Dave Lustlg ,- I . Track team row one M Bishop M Snlber C Eastman C Ross D Lieber man R Tamblm M Sm1th Second row Coachl Kelley H Molm P Barak F Sump nn B San B Black R Nabor D Newman D Walton B Holmes Coach F Caxms Row three T Reeves H Schnenr ,I Rldlev J Schaefer A Stems J Kratch man F Pnme S Schwartz R Walton B Blldman H Lash B Bnzelton C Reeves wg?- rmu., tk .8 Z.. 5, 55 E l WV' 3 'MEN Pour ll on Rxchxe' encourages Steve Schwartz Bob Holmes hves m Hugh Society ...1 1' at ' C ' I X ,' . I . . 'Mi M tr v ' ' F' , ,. -"'. V Y fi , - f I .,' ' 3 V . : . ' . - ' . . , . , . ' - , . , . . : . ,. '..,.'C,...'f'l'. . , . , . n - 1 - v A l- - ..: . , . , . . . , . , , . - . , 0 0 I ' 1 - n - u . , . , . y Q . Y I - , . 1 . . . ty. . - ,Mr . . . . .h Z . A U' l 1. V ' . .' - , 1, 1,-1'.., , ' ' ' ' 0' - ' in. , - 'lf .Q W 7 n 9 ,YD .L ' ' - . -u , r '- . .. ' .., , ,A ' X " .1 1 ' -:.","7ll'l"ff-"5"""' "1 , . k 5' f -. . "NE '- ' f .eil xi H K . 1 ". A . .. I tg , x'-'N'-tx" Q ,A ' .- frat, , 'L '-. ' -A".'.iS5 ,,,,- .. - . Tr K . W A .1 f'.,,'j" . ., '-. -,".A ,,, A ',:- Ah X -e ., H .. . . . ,, , . . .N ' ' ll ' ' UU , E3 t E53 X , ig Y- 1. , 1" B If. 'Tax -' A: LQ: xt A - f-- - g, " -.' - ."' ' . ' 'V -4' A "noi 'C . -Q-..'-2 . . . y Wm-wx to L....J:-.2 Sanford Porvin practices the return of .i hack- vgnod Quiz! V, 0945 court volley. Boys' tennis team, row one: S. Lax, M. Kukus, l.. Men- delson, R. Jacobs, A. Croll, P. Fried. Row two: J. Tann. M. Saperstein, S. Pnrvin, S. Erhlich, R. Gerber, T. Warshaw, Coach S. Mullin. A 1 ' 1 I .1 ' A x R Q Q WL . I1 vt 1 js - P ,wwf ' S X A Lniig. ,Q 1 A .Xl , ?" fi" iff' f ' ' X fi- i I "ei ai A t 5 'o' Y ' its N S' 'ij . V if - ' " f I i x 'X' ,- s f he -., v Q- J .I 1 U11 J it V Q lx E Sheldon Lax prepares for Warsaw, comes down on the Led by their coach, Mr. Stanley Mullin, and the Detroit high school champion, Alan Croll, Mumford's tennis team won the Metropolitan West Side Championship and went on to be runners-up in the city. Successive victories were over Chadsey, Cody and Southwestern, and a close win over Redford, 3M-3, set up the season. Following were wins over Western, Mack' enzie and Cooley. Meeting Redford again in the city finals, Mumford lost a close match thus culminating their best season to date. Unique this season was a new method Page One Hundred Fil ,bud .Sicle a Il'll7l.0II.1AlyJ r r r I I I fast action as his partner, Tom of scoring. A fourth singles position was added and so that there would be no ties, the first singles match counted IW points. On the feminine side, the girl's team, although there were no official league standings, fared almost as well. Losing only to Highland Park and Redford, they amassed a five won, two loss and one tie record. The tie was with Cooley while the victories were scored over Western, Cen- tral, Cody and Pershing. Coach Marie Pauli attributes the girl's success to long hours of hard practice. Page One Hundred Fifty-three aaa fi . 3 Q ICJ C Q l' fig' i f 3 ' 5 . ' fl a ' rai a s Q. ff a Girls' tennis team, row one: N. Jolson, A. Schacter, A. Faren, S. Stifter, B. Bremen, J. Doner, L. Farbman, J. Price. Row two: Coach M. Pauli, C. Castleman, C. Sussman, S. Castleman, R. Chaenko. 1. Stein, I.. Zuckerman, G. Samuels, S. Sofferin, B. Rycus. Susan Solferin is a perfect example of intense concentration as she hears down on an overhand smash. x AQ 4 - '1 C 2 4 i 3,5 S xl ' j g A - 'a g 1-1. A A, 5 x X. ,K l -4. 7, X I Ev r A Westem reservist makes a vain attempt to break up Barbara E ' ' f' dl Armstrnng's pass to Judy Nauman. Y ,w, MMM? V t--f In T .rs .nk 'W' 5 1 5 5 Q 3 , t if ' 3 2 3 S ,v .W- Y 1 Qin! Emerg? Hndallntell all ngagmg tn a nen y pre-game scrimmage is Judy Stein, Judy Had: and Jackie Efrusy. .11 1' x s.ld Q 5 3 E "x, .4-Tv' X x...J Varsity Held hockey team, row one: J. Price, L. Ferguson L. Aaron, L. Buckley, J. Heidt, J. Efrusy. Row two: Coach Edith Dunn M. Tann, J. Hack, 5. Sanders, B. Grey, J. Stein, A. Forrest, L. Hartstein. Page One Hundred Fifty-four f , , 1 Yffiwlekafecl in maf .Sale caague Skill and good sportsmanship were suc- cessfully eombined as Mumford's C-irls' Field Hockey Team finished as the only undefeated squad in the metropolitan league. After victories over Highland Park and Southwestern, the girls went on to defeat Cody, Cooley and Western. They climaxed their season with a hard fought win over Mackenzie, who up until that time had also been undefeated. Coach Eleanor Dunn, who has enjoyed working with the girls, hopes that next year, the returning letter winners joined by this year's fine reserve squad, will provide an- other winning season. Mumford 3 . . . Mumford 4 . . Mumford 2 . . . Mumford 1 . . . Mumford 1 . . , Reserve field hockey team, row one: C. Bromery, J. Cohen J. Nluman, K. Bodenhom, E. Ash, V. Baxter, B. Armstrong S. Hargraves. Row two: Coach Edith Dunn, A. Faren, manager, S. Teittle- buum, 5. Sofferin, J. Small. N Hayes, G. Osborn, C. Chall, J Suasin. C. Hockman, E. Red lich. Page One Hundred Fifty-fire i J l lll X WW ' x 1 gg ln a varsity game, Judy flat k tries to oulratrs- her opponent for the es-enliul possession of the put-L Highland Park 2 . . . . . . Cody 1 . . .Western 0 , . . , Cooley 0 . , . Mackenzie 0 5 . I i gc! M 'k...4 Coach Cairns is pleased by city champion Netzer's time. Ralph Ryback keeps pace with his opponent. Fred Prime exhibits fine jackknife form. -s i , ,i., ,viv , I A . hppt ::.:." ' M --" - iq I Q 1 ' F .I V 1 . f gg Q 1 v , ,,. 'i 3 ' , I it Q ,ls ,M , x it guamen can Opfaoaifion in jkeir Yftjalfe Climaxing their second year of varsity competition, Mumfordis boys swimming team placed third in the all-city champion- ships. ln dual meet competition, the tank- men scored victories over Central, Pershing, Western, Southwestern and Chadsey. Their setbacks came at the hands of Cody, Red- ford, Cooley and Mackenzie. Adding to Mumford's athletic laurels, all- city honors were won by Bruce Netzer in both free style events, and the medley relay team, consisting of Sherwin Conway, Jerry Feldstein. Barry Shapero, and Danny Hass. Both Netzer and the relay team set metro- politan records. Coach George Cairns was well pleased with the team's fine showing and stated that prospects for the future were promising. Page One Hundred Fifty-six 70 Ted Goldberg watts expectantly for the tag from Walter Dlshell t"f"7fqf5qM nr ML' D Hass R Ryback H Chosxd B Carson Row two ,I Feldstem B Kobel J Holmes J Ylarlts P Grant C Ross Q Handler co captam D Qnyder Q Weiner .l Celfand Row three Coach George Canrns I Nlay D llolmes R Chambers 'N ga e J Tann Nl Toumajxan X Warnxck Nl Colden Row four B Qamuels student manager J 'No anchuk I. Barn h B Belm ltn -X Jaffe D Cook D Leutslty L Fisher C Isaacs B Adler D Sorrows T Warshaw Page One Hundred Fzfls semen 91 T B T' f,.g,:-4 ,H 3 A b I . . , ' ' ' -.4 . ' , 4 ' . 4' A i all ' B - , 'V , ' . . Y A A is f . ' fl I ' 5 ' B Row one: B. Jones, B. Shapero, F. Prime, W. Dishell, co-captain: T. Goldberg. S. Conway, C. Lustig. B. Netzer, ermalnld .Moped ! lllcforaozu eaaon Opening mth '1 logs to H1 hlxnd laxlx Mumford s aqua u omen dose mto what wa to be an extremely tough Schedule How eser the follomng tuo VICIOTISQ ox er 'Nlaclt zle a d Fernll In nz pee Q iiil' tantlally Wxth mans returnm letter mn ner: to stren then the team svummm mentor Holland felt that the mermalde hould hase llttle trouble uardmo off the Lhallenoeb of Coolex Cody and Redford U 'if' I QYI5 MI1 ir si fir' 'Wt f'-M ft Row nne M Tann student manager L Holland coach S SOHCIIII S Spertner L Tann L lcmpert G Samuels S Zahler N Rattner C Prujan J War haw A Lezell Row two P Brose S Bez L Sapperstun N1 Schmelr S A cr B Posner H Mellen J Blzer L Aaron B Idelaohn S Patton E Wexler Row three K Kahn B Hartwlg M Slbley W Newman G Brown B Bremen A Lankton C Chall E Freed B Kramer A Feldman D Kane pet fish l Coach Holland lves a utal tlp to two of her Bluma Bremen berforms hretty butterfly Page One Hundred Fifty ezght . A or . . . V. V U .g L , VV r . 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Ill 2 all Mumford s fearless twelve braved the FIUOTS of botl1 mdoor and outdoor exents and worked dauntlessly throughout the en t1re vear to complle a record unmatehed bx any varsntv team lhe cheerleaders under the able dlrectlon of peppy Coach L01- Holland added spark spunk, and sp1r1t lu all of our athletlc contests and school ralhes Llght new members brought fresh blood and many new cheers to the team Page 0111- Hundred FHM mu 0 YY CK 1 , v v . - I-w 'D -' . l - 1 1 W i h P 1 N. . A K l, 'ba W i 'ul V .Xl U l1'1'1'l' lrrs lmrw a1r111l1l A ' .Al 1 z', ' NUM 1J1l1'Z Nl, Llltull, l1rl11'I1, Xl . lx.1 11 . R. .1ill11 ll, 1-X. H111 . R11 IVNUZ ll. l. Iva. Al. l'l1lK'f, X - fl , ,l. BI1 . C. l'a-l11r.5.'llx1'r. 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Helen S ?it gem! I. -56 . - , . . . ' - D - . I I a n n r i '- ou l PlL7A PIF STANLEE SHOP 18259 Wyommg Detrort 21 Mlchrgan GARELICK S GALLERIES BREAK 9 MADIL BLFORE YOUR EYFS f 52 ULFQ divx X Il KX, 4 1 A.,-if Specralrzmg m Italran Foods F AST I 1 re Arts LUNCHES DINNERS custom picture framing CARRY OUT SERVICE call WO 5 5590 LIFFORD ST 20208 Lnvernors h UN 2 2944 404 C l and Washmgton Blvd Detroit 2l Mlc :ban Bet Bagey 0Il A Elalne Schultz v1ce pres ludy Rose pres Shexla Row one Lllllan Rubensteln d treas Eleanor Goldltch sec Chodoroff leader Shella Olen Allce Schulman Casca e Row two Judy Dxsner Harriet Manlyn Rothschxld Page One Hundred Szxty fue z 0 0, .N Q- X X . . . .XX 1 , 1 X 1 . R I dx - ' . 1 2. 't ' Q I 'lj 4 A Q 1. " :'. . , I 1, .s,,.s . .., P Y H . .. . . ,, T1 . . .yv - M 2. A tl 1 ' .3 5 A ,W W , '63 .., YVX . -., vi , QI v 1 -- yk' ' H-.. Z l g v ., 2 K x f : . . . . , . , . . .Z , .9 . , -5 , - : 1 1 5 1 7 T I 1 - Congrefulafions fo fhe Graduafing Class of I957. UM Sumo Row one Nlarc Silber Qlxerum Conway Irwm hl on ,lerrs Blanke Ronald Chalken Hou two Ntcxe SLllNdl'l7 trra xIlLll21Ll Small xeep Wlalter Dwhell pre 'Vllchael Woolf ec In We-mer adn or Row three Qtesc Solomon Jerry Taylor Sheldon Stone David Qchubmer 'llartv Golden Elllot A Gottfurcht Not pxctured Mickey Slotkm Page One Hundred S1113 sux i l 3 L 3 Fo I 1- Faslugns tb 7 ings at say b about eautlf ? ,ZVJN 11 yOu U K 4 lwwfffq, fe beg, the MAGIC name In FASHION Hwang New Sv1,,,g DWR" ndatlv YOU!! O D peer to dlg at Greene mes fo efrolf vnu a Cove-,,,, E ufs- the V 9 Veil, Ia ery test Casual or d best for f 3 te Wear y0u1. 19147 uvelmols AVENUE at 7 MILE ROAD .94,-ae! gllea BBQ' Y? 111 I-f Row one Marcia Spevako.-., Johanna Sll'vLl.' Qlnrlcy Noni ln. berry lurth Norma Fncdman Row two Gall Cameron, 'Klan Appel, '-fr' , Xlarcna Wvlfgmpr, uce pre- , jolvanne R05 , pres, Gloru Caplan, ser , 'Xrlene Sugar Row lhrce Sue Wermr, Clona Wlo-U, Nancy Schulman, Judi Lohzn, Barham l'-,ln-ly, Sandy Bc-ron, Nlr- J Shennan, advlsor Row four Bewcrlx Roth 'Nlxm Polakoll, lrm.1 Cold-tons, Wlnrmm Goldman, Paulette Buiscll, janet Cooper, lrxs Belkin Page One Hundred Surly seven gi . lu. , , . ,QI Z5 K I 1, fb- o ."e..,. .lf ' 1 x if ' " V , V ' X - 0 . . N511 , ' ,-', ll' x A sd' 0 Q . gf, C . . ' x. -.1 'flff' Q ,, ,ily p..'p i V fb. 1f:Xq1jg l Xl Q aw 7 f..1 -f' waz .ff-ly' U-' gg-g,jE , Q.. 'f is ff t, gg' K V wiv Q57 'y A ' Y' ?2 ' XJ, 6 if Q N f' 1 A 5 2 : -I 17 ' T7 , T7 ' N' r - , r , ' 7 I e 'fs .T N , There S a gurl Id like to know 'Q' ,Z She has so much polse and con fidence lll bet she works for the telephone company Those glrls are so attractlye and have such frlendly pleasant manners They re talkm about lucy who started xsorkln for Nhchlgan Bell rlcht out of hx h school She was tralned sxlth other be lnners by frlendly under tandln superu ors Today she s proud of her uork en Joys a fine salary re ular ua e 1n creases and many new frlends Lucy xx as dellghted from the very first by the clean pleasant surround 1n s by the re ularly scheduled mld mornlng and mldafternoon breaks for relwln ln the company s com fortable loun e rooms and by the opportunltles for ads ancement Int that the kmd of Job you xsanto Then why not get ID touch xx 1th us non 9 We ll be happy to tell you more about the yarlety of mter estlnc jobs from sshlch you can Choo e after graduatlon MICHIGAN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY A Good Pface fo Work EETLI-Bl! Page One Hundred S110-elghl .74 Jgaroudefdd Xl pre9entzng lnw one barbara llorowxlz Manlynn Xrkm Sandy Bunn hlmnore Whlte ball August Huw Iwo bllella Lmsky' Gloria Moss vlce pres ns Bulwm pres Nancy Schulman treas Done-n Wennu w handy Felnstmln adv liuw thru fynlllla Wlnklr-r lrluruxcc Nash N..m fold I n Slmrnn I lll hu llarrnt 1 runhaum Su an llanmmr tfnn Candid Photographers -ima CANDID ALBUMS LI 64610 rv 87800 3 DIMENSIONAL SLIDES MOVIES See our new exclusnve Gulf Edge Wedding Book 2 I , fl . , ' 1 ' , v. 1 l ' V . N . , A ' i Y al . . ,a . . . - 1 1 - , -, - .Q .1 .r-c.g -' . . - , ' . ..:, . -,H .. ogy. ,. uu..'. l's"gL. "1" W H a 7' . Nut pictured: lri-f Hillel... . X! M. - . . api' 4- , I 4 , MA , y ui' l l 1' .367 . 1-fr ' 5.5 .K Di fn N ,igilffa I -A, . .,.,.,j - Q Congrafulahons 57 Graduafes When you take the next Important step In your llfe remember mm ummm fi Wag JJZJ4 Row Sandler Row Jackson Barry B Row three Jordan Colbert Puck Serwm Dan Marks Steve WCISWBSSCT Robert Mlller Harold Waller Dave Kron Robert Mellen Mxchael Berman one Stuart Goldberg Gary Starler Larry Benjamm Paul Grant Rlchard Bob Slutsky Jerry Weisman two Allen Glasser Mel Nosanchuk treas Dlck Mlller corr sec ,lack pres Martm Haron vlce pres Garry Rosenblum rec sec Bob Stutv erk 0 LX Wendegdodn Row one Jerry Broad Larry Krugel sec Eddle Meth pres Nlr Burt Winer adv Mark Gutman v1ce pres Marshall Keltz dRow two Brlly Wolf Robert Smlth Jeff Levy Fred Gold Bob Schwartz Nlxchael Ra ner Not plctured Shel Mllgrom Howard Welsman P g OMH nd ds I ll T8 PLE 5 . Y . . . ' 9 9 7 7 1 3 ' : 9 9 'g 5 ' 'Q , -9 , - -a , - - -: - ., : 9 9 9 V 9 1 1 9 7 ' I l l 3 K Lt .pu , by . . sl .... I . 'T , ' ' ., . . 7' ' l ff X 1 i 3 Z x , . 5-1 ' , ag Q 4., 'A , H' SWL .x . -,J '- 1' 1 ,f . 1 ,, ' 'H L 1. 5 , , -S a -Z -' - Q .Q , ' .Q . ' 9 9 a , - ' 9 - ' . : , . U 8 'yy MICHIGAN CII!-INIIELIIIR COIVIPA Y LIGHTING FIXTURES 81 ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 16501 Ln ernols Detrolt DEARBORN GROSSE POINTE WOODS ANN ARBOR I Q Complimenfs of FOR KARP DRUG co. FASHION WITH FIT loa4a w. 7 Mile Road Detroit 2I, Michigan Professional Optical Co. TWO CONVENIENT LOCATIONS UN. 4-6600 209 METROPOLITAN BLDG. 19954 LIVERNOIS 33 John R SI. Norlh of 7 Mile Rd. Phone WO. 3-4850 Phone: UN. 3-8I5I EVENING l738I LIVERNOIS APPOINTMENTS DETROIT 2I MICHIGAN Phone DI I2368 leckarvl jucker, gg G Row one Judy Belsky Carol Smger Frances Green Carol Fenwlck Lynda Rosenberg Patty Goodman Leslle Vxctor Conme Lupton pres Sue l'lS rec sec Mmam Meyers treas Llnda Vlctor counselor Row three Sandy Mendelsohn Sandx Freedman Phyllis Levenstem Brenda Rycus Marilyn Alence Shella Soloman Sharon Rose lrene Grail Sharon MltIlldOff page 0,,e H,,,,,1,ed 5e,,e,,,, two Row two: lVIrs. R. Africll, adv.g Sandee.Diskin, Sherry White, vice-pres.g Becky Gilbert, IQ tl .xdnn Sdaparo .xguxzgary CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADUATES OF l957 f? HA. Row two Sharon Levrtt Lmda Olen vlce pres Andrea Korn pres Judy Stem sec Ga1lKott soclal sec Row three Mrs S Marks adv Rochelle Flelscher Elmor Marks corr sec Carole Kalt Row one Blame Brederman Judw Blumenitem Su an Kahn Elyse Sahnger Row two Barbara Karko Rochelle Greenblatt Karen Brenner Susle Engelman Judee Lederer page0neHum1,e,13e,,e,,,, ,href D Row three Katre Deutch Sue Blondy Barbara Burston Lors esow 0 0 0 U xv ' , I Q f f ' . 1 . la tif I 1 Row one: Ellen Grad, Suzie Miller, Merrily Rubin, Ann Getz. : 9 9 ' 'Q 9 'S 9 'S 9 ' I . 2 - - , .3 , , . .3 . I ' ' , ' - ' . q s , . : 9 s 5 , . " V : 9 1 5 u Nyenflelta .SZ HIFI Row one Florme Sugarman Myra Ernsteln Barbara Perlman Amta Davis Helene CllH0l'd Row two Susan Crosberg corr sec Glenda Samuels treas Elame Portner pres Marcla Eder vlce pres Judxe Cohen corr sec Row three Audrey lczkovltz Lynda Racklm Mlchelle Manhermer Arlme Schaf-hter Mary Ann Becker Shella Markel CONGRATULATIONS TO TI-IE GRADUATING CLASS TEL HURO SHUPPING CE me Huron Sfreef Ponhac, Michigan C o m p I I m e n I s I mal g'ofLera Hazr Stylzst I9445L UN esfy284I3 FARMINGTON 33308 G and R e G e I F4 7008 THORNE OPTICIANS 107 10629 Clifford Avenue W. Seven Mile Detroit 21, Mlchngan UN1vers1ty 4 3643 Detroit 26, Mnchlgan WOodw.1rd 1 6660 Page One Hundred Sf'b8l1fyf0llI 1 xl U 0 1 I I ,f ,M p I 'I .7 In , , , I . V ' I , 5 I ,, ,D , I , I rr . my I 'X ta V I . , I 1 X1 as . I . K . ., th , V -n Aft ' K , ' ,f .. .ki as L Y f 2 I 5 .A a A .J, . L Y , 5-5. I ' I Aff Zififiig Y ' ew ., ul I : 9 , 1 , . I , . .Q , .Q a 'S s ' -Q 9 ' ' : 7 7 7 9 9 9 ' O . . ivernois iv r I - r iv r R en ea - - ,A In A soon PLACE T0 woluc W UNLIMITED ' INTERESTING 1055 Fon X 'Lf nmu scnool. GBABLATES . NA'r1omm BANK xi-PRX U 02172511 orn WOODWARD AT CADILLAC SQUARE PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT NINTH FLOOR :zu f ,. rw lla Row one Ralph Ryback pres Ronald Okum Larry qchecter Nlelxyn Sapersteln Vllchael Cutler Row two jeffrey Stross Guy Roth Davld Berent Rlcl-.y L1tt treas Tom Warshaw Page one H""d"fd Mlchael Meskm Rom three Norm Blgelman veep Kenny Lawton sec Joel Helman Morton Plot S nent, he mck advlsor lon Robms sgt at arms Larry Skolmck Tale Levy Nl I , I f 1-5 ., 3 4 I Y' 11 I f AT - . 0 X ,N-MW- - P -A-, "4 X- x""u'z:- 1 . , x.. A -- I O 2 Q 'I 'W-wr A 'rg 31' - - 1 7: T 1 90 ' fx-- A ' X ra z A L ' X if 1 I f Q M I 3 A - , f ' , , ' x I " l 7 : - I L. . ' . '. R- . -. A 'T it ., 1 fl I, V Q' 5 sg 'ff Li V A V : ' s 'Z 1 '-f ei Y' l 9 1 ' . V 3 ' a Y s . a l " ' v -1 s - -. ' I I 1 g v 1 -9 7 ' 1 Q 1 - Q v - I I I I l - THE IMPERIA dave broner don castleman kenny eaton gary galin sid goldman bill goodman gary gussin jay hamburg lee harris bob israel alden leib Hundred Seven! 7 511 bob levine sandy marks jon marwil mickey millman dick pollinger peter quint joel schecter joel shere ricky silverman sandy weiner PHONE VE. 7-7540 5 :mm Campus Pharmacy FASHION! J! Harry E. Fiero, Pharmacist 15201 W. Seven Mile Road LfNixursitx l-l N33 DETROIT IUUU5 furtis all Wynn Detroit 21. Nliulnpmn omme Qleaners UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT My 'IfM,A.,, fiom Quality Cleaning Shirts Laundered . 14831 W. 7 Mile Rd. The Complete Food Market Free Parking UNlverslty I 9960 20056 IJVERNOIS Pwxck Up 84 Delivery VE 8 1042 dfllllllg .SFQOPII 14 Row one Fred Tauber Hanes Qtalburc qanford Xshmann Robert E1 enlwer llred Xdelber Allen Stelnberb Albert ba on Barry Adler Sarver vlce pres Chuck Pollak sec Allen Steam 'Nlel Pearl Row three Larry Goldstem Don Ralston Nhchael Cherrm 'Nlel Qhapxro Rlchard Cllftlll Xltlte Salesm Dlck Nlarmorstem Harvey Pearlman Mxke Goodman . ' Z , ' 1' o U. E. : , 'S g. ' A g. ' ff, N ss , ' . Row two: Max Robins, Mike Simon, ,lack Sasson, Ken Nleyers. treas.: Steve Rope. pres.: Barry , ' - .3 , - .g . , . . t Q: ',., M. M A. , A , ' ' , . . ? OW! lIl0d WZQD? fa? WWW E.,m?f iw!! Row one H Schnelr M Wrgler I Wemer sec G Krause pres M Wexsberg veep S Frankel H Lash Row two M Lussman adv M Frledman E Ross K Feldman B Leltman ,I Rosenzwelg M Rotenberg Not pictured D Kaplan J Gottfurcht S Salaznek Mumford School Supplies MODERN OFFICE SUPPLY CO Your Ollioe Ioy UNiversil'y 4 5446 l809l Wyommg Wash Your Car at JAX KAR WASH A Clean Car Rndes Better 6 Mlle and Meyers Road Open Danly 8 am 12 Mldnlght Sunday 8 am 8 pm CURTIS DRUGS "FOR THE BEST SERVICE CALL CURTIS" DI 12450 18201 Wyommg at CUYLIS NAT ROSENBERG BUILDER, LAND DEVELOPER and LATHING CONTRACTOR 19931 ASBURY PARK Page One Hundred Se venfy eight lb ' I ' ' ,,,1-twig-fW.e1'w ,M - +in..',f:, 3 ,..." ,V , " V I , ' Laffy: ilk! , 1 L , ' ' fy , f 'Y I Tfa l A L ' Maw.. . 5 ' A. fl , 1 X 1 F , 1 K I , I f s , 2 9 . . W' . . . l . . . . , . , . , ., . , ., . , .g . . , . . f . . . . , ., . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . . gg ' 1, o u n ' . Good Luck +o the Graduates ?Clyl'n0l'lJ Zl51fl7lall 77 926 , 1 f' Row one R Nleskm L Soloman L Taub E Endleman -X qmal NX Deledow Row two S Nlarx B Qher NI Schmlttel J Rosenzssel D Nlalamud H Wal S Grossberg C Blotner L Steel Row three M Baum H Tushman D Starht L Storbm kr A Serlm B Swartz M Berman A Lantor Page One Hu dred Sezentv nzne WZ: 14:' ice ,Qual Row one: B. Litvin, L. Katkowsky, S. Feldman, B. Lezell, L. Lipshaw, R. Morrison, B. Blatt, A. Maggid, B. Dworman. Bow two: Mr. C. Shore, advisorg P. Borden, A. Schneider, secretaryg B. Schrage, vice-presidentg J. Nosanchuk, presidentg S. Pollak, treasurerg M. Gottfurcht, L. Meyers Row three: D. Perlin B Schneider M. Novetsky L Bern tein H Feldman I Serwer R Steam B Barns COPIICJM iflflfe fl CAO 18049 Wyoming 'Q lnstruchons ballroom doncmg UN 7 9572 UN 4 7853 Pug Une Hu dred E ghn 9 ' 7 7 ' S 5 ' 9 . , . , . . S . l 4' ' ' X . , X V -r ' A .. . ,K I l N ' Af, M , WM., 57 2 M X 11,43 ' -- - Ye n i 1 . ea 3-3:1 . 4" g 5 if ,I KK :LY Q ,GSL ll nh 'Q I2 he 1 Illustrulwn C ourleay of Lv S Fulton Sylph 1 Damon Robertshau Iulton Controls There' satisfaction In meeting a challenge W0fklHU at Edtson there s challenve 1n the very alr sou breathe It s loffleal Tlus lb a Urowmv company m a Urowlnv mduetry Xnd Grow th alwaws creates problems TlllS lb .llbo a PIOIICCFIIIU Company, constantly challenvmff the accepted mass of fl0lll0' tlnnvs Challenve opportunity progrem thes re llke steps The Steps th it lead to a satlsfactors career Xml d1lXdIlCCIIlCIlt Nlllllll the eompdns lb the standard practlce rather than the exceptlon We hawe heard xt mud that P illbOIl 13 .1 Hood place to work True' One of the reasona that malxeb lt so partlcullrlw for hlvh bchool Uraduatea entermv the buslneaa world for the first time IS that Ellla0Il people are frlendlw ssmpathetlc and helpful If xou realde ln nletropolltan Detrolt we mute w ou to u ll our I' mplos ment Department 7000 btcond Xxeuue l l us here Job tppllr' mon forma are 3Nd1ldblC at am Fdhon tu t0IIlLI' ofllce THE DETROIT EDISON COMPANY Page One Hundred Ezghty one , a . , s f x Q ' , l ' x 51' ' ' -an B 5 , A Y' Ca. l S - I - - F. . , l . v . v 1 , no ' U J ' o ' A D U .4 1: Y o ' ' A' c ' v I- I-l 'A 1 1 X D 4 . - S . D D nf: i U D ' ' ' -we Y' '- 1 - - D , v, , . . . ' . L . t . V . M. A 1 .i .il D . nu . - , - - , i 'Y U . D, , - o M 0 1 T .1 ' 17600 Wyoming Avenue Opposite Mumford High School UNiversity 3-7966 UNiversity 3-7967 SOL and BOB Hair Stylists 15716 W 7 Mile Road BRoadway 3 6054 Corner Montrose BRoadway 3-6055 Carry OuI and Del'very Service Complefe Dinners Z Z A P RO0KY'S RESTAURANT and PIZZERIA NVE SERS E THE BEST PIZZA IN TOWIN' Specializing in Fine lfolian and American Food 10517 W Seven Mile Road Phone UN. 4-8553 Detroit Mich. ROCKY LAUDAZIO Proprieior CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIOR CLASS FROM FAVA MUSIC STORE AND STUDIOS Norm-iLANo csnrsn seo ac bg Rep BF 6 Northland Concourse EI. 6-2353 Good Luck From GUARDIAN BURGLAR ALARMS TO 81515 BLACKSTONE BARBER SHOP COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED Henry Knowles Manager Doughs pmrc. 2363 W Dawson VE 6 I798 14815 W Seven Mile Road FLORAL 1 9700 TELEGRAPH DELIVERY mclwag ggrrrdf G I F T S 18305 WYOMING COR PICKFORD DETROIT 21 MICHIGAN Ben Stocker Phone UN 4 9485 MEL BALL His Drums 84 Band Music For All Occasions 19481 Lesure Ave Detroit 35 Michigan Pa e One Hundred Ezghtv lun I .. 1 V . l . - . t . I Disiinquished I H ffe hers for e inners and advanced A sludenfs on all insfrumenfs. lnsfrumenfs, Accessories, Renfols and airs DI. - O O kt - ' 53 I I . . - - s s ' ,- f il SERWIN AUTO ELECTRIC COMPLIMENTS OF Generafors 0 Blfieries Vonage Regulamn gurl Qodenflaf .gnaurance .xdgency uNavefsi+y 3 2533 I5900 W McNICHOI.S ROAD 20442 Lnvernols Defrolf 2I Mnchngan N9 H0 Cl bAlvm0 BROADWAY 3 7784 DETROIT 35 MICHIGAN ,,,,lf,fff'L,f,,,, HARRY IH0MAs Remember lt Pay: to Look Well E P op Tony Abboif I 4 L I V E R N nam LIVERNOIS Demon MICHIGAN in 0034.43 Row one Vlckl Somberg adv Elizabeth Marks sec Brenda Berg vlce pres Florence Krandall pres Nma Woolf treas Sandye Starman ,lore Cash Row two Sandi Mlller Lynne Saperstem Nancy Schaeffer Karen Kahn Page one Hundred Eight, Mm, Shelley Leonard Elaine Wemsteln ,Iudy Brenner x u . U 9 Y .2 2 0 I O I S e ' 5 s I T3 ir W .. I 1 1 I .33 AAI ' r ' 5 I I - li ' I I ' 2 ' ' , -s .' , -5 , ' 'I 9 'I 9 'I 9 I I. I 1 . I ' ' 3 . I. 7 9 ' :zu L2 42mm4C, gaze, ,424 ow om l v x P an hlchmond lem Nheh 4 Nl x n Jen em Rnerl 1 I1 llxman rraw Heller Nlllchell 5 helnl er Lrmn laxne l nd llzr hen lmdmdn llmmald Xurmc How mu Nlal hall Jacob Sheldon Dolnek BPI'llJlfl 1 luhumdn hav bnexrler corr lxalz nu m as r Reuben Circ adv lan luchmnn pre flnrk 1 ma arxex uhm rem e n llln Nlyron Cmleman Can freen Kem Row three Leonard Pllt ,llel Daskal Nlel Ball Ml lhlwr Lall Qhnldl. Shel Fealk Qanf rrl WPIYI lun Rrnnu Colrlslun Nhel Wmlxelnmn Nummu Nmnn B rrx l lun llnhp lm ll.1Lu.l CONGRATULATIONS SH Lg I' Ul ll g Truly The Fmesf ln Fashions I8248 WYOMING Eelween Curhs and Pnclfc d UN1versu+y 2 2963 LYNN'S KAR WASH SIMONIZING AND POLISHING WHITE WALLS MACHINE CLEANED Beat an the Cxty VE 5 97I6 14801 WEST 7 MILE ROAD Between Greenfield and James Couzens UN 3 5454 The PICKWICK SHOP Speczalzzmg nz jumorf Qxzes 5 to 15 Florence Rappaporl Ida Goldman l938B LIVERNOIS DETROIT 2I Page One HUH!2lf8IIEIg,1f7 four . - r. . R ' -: 14 n l.a,'n . C' I "- , ,4 f vs. f P 'v Dwrin. Fanl ll l sl ' , cl .Xugrus . ..rry , . All! . , A fl' l x . I A . ' . 'Q ' 'Q 2 -tlll. l.4'1' ' ' . ' . ' l lx. ' : . 'S ' 5, '., 'A 14' " ' , ' 1' I ' . . Sect: Hay ' "1-11" .2 M . ' , .3 3 "' . S.: in ' Znlin. " S.: ll -' H ', sec.: Sh ldv re ner. , ' ' , , j J s ' . fl I. P, ",1' '.1' ".I . ",,l x'..' u Il' I I "1 . ..N'- '.l' F. il , lun.. "I 331' . V - 1 !2 Q .. . . H I . . P 'Q WALSH srubmrs SPECIALIZE in the study of Accountancy and Finan- cial Administration to move forward in business. Study at Walsh where Michigan certified public accountants, auditors, financial executives and suc- cessful business proprietors have stud ied for the past thirty-five years. Day, evening, or Saturday classes will begin September 9, 1957. Registration for Fall classes begins August 1, 1957. Free placement assistance to students, and graduates WALSH Nsrlrure CCOUNTANCY A Non Profit Coeducatlonal School of Accountancy and Financial Administration I20 MIDISOII AVENUE, DETROIT 25, IIICII Telephone W0 ISI36 gage gow, mag Row one Marsha Fenton Sharon Katz Gall Hochman treas Sandy Nemeth Slma Kogan Nan Goldman Row two Elame Cendler sec Gerrle Razmck Sharon Levme Jon1Kalt vlce pres Shella Olen pres Phyllrs Levy Judy Lederman Elaine Feldman Row three Mrs Wlllard Zamslcy adv Sandy Goodxs Ilene Kosalc Amta Rodman corr sec Flora Smtz Toby Schwartz Joyce Kaplan Lmda Granet Not pictured Eleanor Coodfrlend Ellen Goodman Rollle Agree COMPLIMENTS OF Best Wishes to the Class of 57 M U M F O R D Chippewa Pharmacy S P O R T C E N T E R FREE DE'-'VERY mai ia WYOMING 15+ cumsi zoova Ltvernois UN sms UN 35925 Page One Hundred Ezghtv five See Us For Your Sporting Needs . . ' 1 . . . . . . 0 - I Q 9 9 9 1 '9 9 9 . . . . . . . . - 9 -9 9 1 9 ' '9 9 -S 9 s - - ' 9 -9 9 9 9 ' -9 9 9 9 - . , , . . I 0 n u - , I Q - - - 2 Inge Une Hunrlrcrl hzghlw sn why GAS IS BEST for 7 important home uses! Gas is the modern, clean fuel that gives you luxury living at bargain prices! Gas is automatic, fast, dependable, silentwgives you unequalled Gas is best for: House heating: Gas heat is clean, automatic. economical, safe. No worries about fuel short- ages. No fuel bins or storage tanks. Cooking: Modern Gas Ranges make cooking almost completely automatic-with automatic top burner, automatic controls, smokeless broiling. Water heating: Automatic Gas water heaters give you hot water around the clock. Gas heats faster, replaces used hot water faster. comfort and convenience. You'll find that Clothes drying: Gas clothes dryers end weather worries, heavy lifting of wet clothes at low cost of only two cents an hour. lncineroting: A Gas incinerator gets rid of both garbage and burnable trash indoors, saves you trips outside in bad weather. Refrigeroting: A Servel Gas Refrigerator gives you silent operation, balanced cold, automatic supply of ice cubes, low operating cost. Air conditioning: Gas air conditioning is quiet, economical, eflicient. One basic unit heats in winter cools in summer Check the many advantages of Gas applrances and you II see why Gas is best for comfort, convenience and economy! MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY Serving 835 000 customers m M Lchzgan ann? PLC? Row one Barb ra Scharc CL r ia Per rim Lia ne Ixlir-f Lonnie Lasl Calle Ma ern n Ilan ha 'llc covitz Helen Nlarx Judee Qimnn M twu Nu an Bimll Andrea fl .irih barliara I win nc c I r g Xu cw arcn prf llcrle Kadx ru lam pu ua XI1 e Ixrau c Shirley Bur 0 Row three llelcna Brown XIIIIII lip ihutz lwnn llunlnfi Nandra Wlartin louise Calm k llannah jacob hula Nlxl ron N nu Waxlurn lutli W ml: 1 tr Diane Bcckrrman lharlotl Imlicrinan Bitte Ro c 'Not pictured Rochcllc lbelman Qlnili fum FZIIOIF' llom man Natalie lxorln Diana Lexus Francis 'Ilorgano Qally Ann Tucker decea ed , . - 1 . . . I - mg 1 a '4. og 1 gi .. ls ' ' ' z.- i . ss za. L 's . 5 ' , . r , Q . Ro ' If S " .. . 5' ' . " ' ' Ii' I 4'nlI'. 4f'C.1SU'.. ll-li . U1-ug 3 dr IT - 'S-Z Y 4 'i-SCF-1 . ' 'H' Ci-lum -. lm S.: , 'i' ' s , .f ' ' lx . ' 2 '.."T.'-' . , '.,,"l'5x', ' S. 5 . 'g , fa .1 .l V" v"f1', ' ,Q 'ir .. , ' ss n, - Av . I J V .I vi I, It -I ' ,g .A. . . 14. . I. . ., . ' . 5 . UNiversiIy I-3929 ITALIAN FOODS Ilia:-mA PIZZERIA and RESTAURANT CARRY OUT SERVICE SPECIALIZING IN NOON DAY LUNCH N I I CLOSED MONDAY Defof 2I Mchg n , I OPE I Z A 7IOI Purifan Avenue r I , I I a xwy ,g,,,,agC,. ffwyzz, x "ws BEEN A GREAT Eouk YEARS" E in Em WM f'1"Q fx1EfMfffMQWO'Mf? 3 M W9 C245 Wffifgwi Sfilfwwi s Wwllwf ,Wy fig? if EQ QM P62f,f1157fe54f2f"""7 A iii- WXAWLTMMM Z? -A200 MUMFORDS G FAVORITES 'Wg IIWIW7 'WW FRESH puRE DELICIOUS d 1 I we I ' S 5 P X f ' ' Nqicv E X Q L' of of ' ' E L' x X s E. . N ' 5 ' . ' 'fl x Q W, 33 :QE - A ' 42'-:EC MMM Q Qqieo, U VU 0 S 4" f 5 1 A 'EXT' ' . ' fi 4- ,AJ E 'G 'fi sf 7 f rw r: A by 5 ' J . '!- 3: I:49m'E7 H957 'E.'."'49f657 ,ftj E b 2 y - 2 -,.: ' J U 0 Pug , , ' - ' I Congratulations to 'flee i957 Graduates lllllll El D VID MICHAEL M RCUS AZA No. 779 Row one: Dan Snyder, corresponding secretaryg Steve Row three: Teddy Cohn. Bolt Sloan. Norman Moscow, Corelick. rw-ortling secretary: jerry Taylor. xic-e-president: lra Scholnit-h. Seymour Gordon. Date She-xitz. lloward Alan Croll, president: Steve Crane, treasurer: Cary Becker- Shapiro, Jerry Fenton. man, chaplain. Not pictured: Phil Spitz. amlxisor: ,lan Winltelnian. Row two: Stan Halprin. Jerry Celfand. Barry Samuels. Ralph Wise. Bob Zach, Stuart Handler. Page Une Humlrrwl lfighly-n1'r ull! -an-v 42" JQX mfr ff ft W, UA Jas! W af Thr book which 1 nom complete wa not nearly o vsell orgamzed ju t a few short weeks ago Wxth essentxal parts of the book bemg produced ln one part of the natlon or another assemblmg lt mto one plece seemed nearly lmposslble Dnfferences of opmlon also arose over what should be mcluded what should be omitted and where dlfferent Items should be placed lndeed there were many tlmes when It was felt that the only way to satlsfy every one would be to supply each wxth a camera typewrrter and photo album However through the comblned efforts of each member of the staff the final result was thls yearbook contammg the best of everyone s ldeas Slmply speaklng lts wonderful to see how dedlcated the entlre staff has been throughout the year My personal thanks goes to each of them Also now that we can look back and enjoy our experlences on thls publlcatlon the pamful stmgs of the taskmasters whlps wlelded by our edltorlal advlsor Mr Charles Kaufman and our business advisor Mr Jay Bodzm can stlll be felt Only now can we understand whv they needed them It was a real prlvxlege workmg wlth everyone Gary Beckerman Edltor-rn-chlef Page One Hundred Ninely Paar' 0ne'Hunrlrz'1l1'N1nrlw 1 nf T1 POFRAPHI Headg tlzrouafoul are Coro vt I? 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