Mumford High School - Capri Yearbook (Detroit, MI)
- Class of 1959
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s the tenth year of Mumford's existence draws to
a close, we note that our school has witnessed a
decade of progress and advancement which is
hardly equalled in the history of the world. We
have seen the trend toward the "bigger and
better" grow to heights unimagined ten years ago.
The leader of American progress has for years been the trans-
portation industry. In the ten years since 1949's first jet bomber,
high-speed rocket planes have carried man to the point where he
is already poking his nose out into space.
Mumford has enjoyed its share in the decade's progress. Along
with the growth of its physical plant have come growth in student
population, enrichment of curricula, and recognition as one of the
finest schools in the state of Michigan.
ln the light of this progress we present the 1959 Capri, on this,
the tenth anniversary of Samuel C. Mumford High School.
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George Donaldson Pearl Orcutt
Garner M. Bowlby Grace McPherson
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O FICE STAFF Kneelmg D Stocker S Kalman P Seated at desk Mrs D Metcalf
Jacobs G Levm Mus: J Benesulk J Schwab B Standing m back S Dnegel B Gmns M Caradonna
Goldberg B Czlnezler
Standmg Musa H Lopenslu MMS Goldsmnth Mrs J Desk Mrs B Goldsmnth B Rouen Mrs
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he mode of transportation employed by these students
is one with which we Detroiters are quite concerned.
Since its inception, developments in the automobile,
the principal industry ot our Motor City, have had a
great eftect upon the economic, cultural, political, and
social lives of Detroiters.
Mary gets her Erst taste of Amerucan football as Mrs Soph e Kloss Engllsh Instructor explains the fundamentals of the game to her
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Mary Lewm translates a Brazvluan magazme for her adopted famlly Mr and Mrs Saul Shlefman Vrcky and Joey
Discussing summer plans are Don Sandweiss, Vicky Shiefman Susan Cohn and Cynthia Kahn AFS finalists
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Living abroad with "adopted" families, teenagers selected by the
American Field Service Program were given the opportunity to become
acquainted with the life, customs, and people of other lands.
Guided by Dr. Edith Kovach, Head of the Foreign Language Depart-
ment, Mumford, for the fourth consecutive year, participated in the Amer-
ican Field Service Exchange Program along with seven hundred other
United States schools.
Mary Lewin, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the fifth exchange student
to attend classes at Mumford. Our own Tom Segall, who spent eleven weeks
in Norway last summer, was the fourth student Mumford has sent abroad.
In order to participate in the program, one must be sixteen years of
age and have successfully completed a two-year study of a foreign lan-
guage. A high academic rating and ability to adapt quickly to new sur-
roundings are also necessary.
Applicants are examined and interviewed before being chosen by
judges who select students best qualified to represent the youth and culture
of their countries.
The responsibilities of AFS'ers do not stop when the trip is over.
Here returnees Jill Mackie and Jill Dinwiddie of Cody and Tom
Segall of Mumford tally receipts from sale of AFS Christmas cards.
SENATE Row 1 M Lewm CHonorary Senator from AFSJ S Teltelman CBoard Memberj E
er lBoard Memberl J Wmkelman Ureasurerl C Jones fPresndentD
2 l9AJ S Gorelrcl: M Dade C983 B Aptekar R Saslove M Redstone
3 1981 H Watnlck UOAJ N Harold KIOBJ S Barns D Stocker lllAl H l-Iflef
4 LHB? S Sugar R Toumapan C Gaynes G Roggm 412815 Sfafmift
5 C1283 S Novetsky B Jacobs M Kanter
For the past two semesters the Student
Councnl acted as a unrcameral orgamzatnon
wrth the House and Senate meetmg sumul
taneously Together these branches pro
duced all of the tradmonal actuvltnes mclud
mg the Snowball Dance the AFS Assembly
the Goodfellow Drrve the Student Faculty
Tea the Student Councnl Breakfast and the
lnstallatuon Assembly at whnch the new school
song was presented
As one of the many new actrvltles the
Councll rnntuated M Week devoted to
strmulatlng mterest nn the school and the foot
Sue Blondy Correspondnng Secretary malls out another of the
many councnl notuces
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Row 1 QBoardJ J Shumaker N Shere Elkm D Lueber R Kraft J Wemberg S Rubm
B Fruedman S Cole J Katz M Scruggs S Freedman W Yolles D Row4 UOAJC Meltzer S Yolles UIBJ R Wasserman M Roth S Rosen
Drachler S Sarko blatt N Adelson E Gerbs B Woolf C Norman S Glass E Salinger
Row2 K9BJJ Gelfand R Berman J Berry R Sandler C Muller R Sparr Row 5 KITAJ B Gans G Pearl J Knoppow ll2Bl A Leder C l.evnn
B Snyder l. Tolmlck f9Al M Ancona L Melmck l Alpert P Loewy R Pregerson P Renter M Zenger F Johnson
Row 3 UOBJ M Kopel S Zupper M Levme R Komer D Borden N Rowb C1281 M Salverman R Lupton L Beulfleld
ln January the two houses separated The
new arrangement proved productive Along
wnth the perenmal Freshman Ornentatlon As
sembly Student Faculty Tea AFS Assembly
Clothmg and Torch Drnves Sprung Flung
Students Day Program and Assembly Stu
dent Faculty Baseball Game Ofllcers Elec
tlon Rally lnstallatnon Assembly Bake Sa e
and Student Council Breakfast the Councul
also introduced an Informal dance a Student
Councnl exchange wuth Ferndale Hugh School
and a carmval
Jan Wmkelman Treasurer keeps flnancual accounts accurate
and nn order
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Rowl 19555 A wmef L Rose J Mrlan Row4 NOAH Goldberg 411531. Mncheu 411A sp s Kahn N Adelson
l9A sl F Humphrey B Rosenberg E Goldstern S Mossman J Meyers l- M00re M Roth D Smuylan R Stromer F Atlas
Row2 19A sl E Yeszrn M Greenberger B Gland S Grossman Q10AsJ ROW5 l1lAsl D NelS0I1 C Halpern S Glass L Andrews K Goodman
A Jacobowltz E Wrshnow M Cowan T Kent B Rubin R Bader B Carp D Schuman
Row 3 Cl0A sl C Copeland L Derslwow P Gross C Karay P Beresh ROW 6 CHA sl M NISl1Bl' D Sfllafl ll2Bl C Kahn ll2A Sl R Pregerwn
B Rubin M Brlslln J Grossman B Burnstem E Surwltz E Soliolov L Wasserman
Row7 Cl2A sl H Droz R Cobb H Funk L Goldman B Scholnrck
David Drachler Judy Katz Beth Rosenthal Wendy Yolles
Vrce Presrdent Correspondmg Secretary Recordrng Secretary Treasurer
SENATE Rowl l'l2AJ E Stern lBoard Memberl llOAl B Dovltz C1231 S Cole QUAD C Gaynes NOAH B
Friedman fllBsD N Shere P Maltz J May
Row2 UQBJ R Stillman CIOAJ S Barrls Cl2AJ M Mendelson UIAJ S Sugar UPA sl M Redstone R Aptekar
Row3 HOA sl S Frshman R Kukes C Slomon Q1OBsl A Greenwald S Gorelrck D Ross
Row4 ll1AslM Borock R Leach QllBsJC Ernstern N Harold I Boodm
Row5 C'l2A sl S Novetsky J Shumalcer ll2B slJ Knoppow L Burnstern J Zalman
Olfgfdfy SC!! QJQIZBCI QOOPJ fo .JQOLUACJQQ
Audnng Mumfordntes In locatung all types of reference and readnng ,
maternal, the Mumford Lubrary Staff made books, pamphlets, and catalogs
contmually avanlable to students and faculty
Checknng out and replacing books nn the stacks were a small part of
the Staffs dutnes The group helped the lnbraruans Mnss Nona Duffy and Nz:
Mnss Mane Webster catalog new lnterature for the shelves and kept the
orgamzatnon of the lubrary functnonung smoothly
Student assustants who belonged to the club gamed practucal experuence
m lsbrary sclence The course could be elected for credut by those recom
Mane Webster mended by gl-te hbra,-,ang Nona Duffey
Lnbrary staff members Barbara Foster Bonny Wennstem Carol Ross and Sheldon Adalson have the first opportumty to examnne new luterature
they sort and record new books for the shelves
LIBRARY STAFF Rowl D Rogers H Berkowitz M Hardman Row 3 G Ross B Merson S Lehrman J Shwayder E Ross
P Segal Ureasurerj M Allender lPreuden0 P Dendnch fSecre- B Charllp S Weunstem N Crane P Kessler S Rosen
taryj G Sweetwme S Adler K Deutch Row 4 F Erlnch D Reder D lux J Ersher Mm Nona Duffay
Row 2 B Wemxtem C DeTuho 8 Forter S Adelson B Davn Mrs Marne Webster R Lenter J Davn.
M Altman V Smargen L Shapuro R Stromer
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A madrigal is sung by the Mixed Vocal
Choir practice, Row 1: S. Bogorod, D. Horowitz, D. Quen, J. Bodzin, L. Brilliant. Ensemble,Row I: J. Biscomb, E. Andrews,
Row 2: R. Borenstein, L. Higdon, E. Fenwick, C. Goodman, J. Glenn, A. Boyer.
Row 3: F. Gooze, B. Johnson, C. Knight, G. Branch, J. Simon, A. Smith.
Row 4: F. Williams, D. Thomas, B. Burton, J. Hesslein, G. Williams, led by H. Lister,
during the Christmas season Row 1 fat Iefti G Honeyman B
Love R Naimarlr C Loren C Appel S Rowland J Moore R
Row 2 P Abrams V Morgan J Berry J Halperin D Goldman
C Glenn E Brumenstein S Bressler
Row 3 E Appel C Keray M Miller M Rudlm A Johnson E
Babb S Berman L Thomas
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Mumfords Music Department has become both a cultural and enter
taining medium for over one thousand students This department, under
the supervision of Miss Florence Welden was divided into three malor
groups this year
The Band led by Mr Roger Haskins instrumental music instructor
began its basic training in classes from which qualified students advanced
to the Marching Band The group then performed at football games, pop
concerts and the graduation exercises Its Dance Band led by Bob Ruskin
practiced outside of school and entertained at dances and assemblies
Under the direction of Miss Florence Welden the orchestra strived to
bring Mumfordites a variety of classical music Practicing daily this group
Accompanied by M Chapman the Choir regularly rehearsed for assemblies Row T
G Honeyman K Wright P Hoben M Albright A Demerluan B Kartzman A Hiclrs
C Hicks T Pmcley G Hunt
Row2 M Zack L Berman B Hull R Metoyer D Borg C Bird
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The Girls' Glee Club's carols brought e festive air to the school
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Gurl s Glee Club sang the musuc of many countrues
Rowl L Mendelsohn D Francusco S Wolf J Robun
prepared for uts performances at the Sprung and Wunter Concerts A group
of uts more talented members formed a chamber musuc ensemble whuch
played for many outsude organuzatuons
Sungung un many languages the vocal groups under the durectuon of
Muss Grace Engel, vocal musuc unstructor performed un the Sprung Festuval
and at the Chrustmas Concert Accompanued by Mrs Thelma Boomhauer,
the groups were duvuded unto Glee Club Chour and Boys and Gurls
The Musuc Department provuded two and one half hours -credut for all
uts members and for those who showed exceptuonal abuluty a letter un
son S Reuchman M Ozer
Row2 D Jackson A Tendler R Nunley G Sapp
New eiects in musical harmony were achieved by the Girls' Vocal Ensemble, Row
1: J. Wluitworth, L. Andrews, H. Watson, S. Cole, B. Gibson.
Row 2: C. Jones, B. Gibson, G. Dozier, F. Gershenson, S. Bone.
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Ten years ago the Mercury our schools newspaper was a mnmeo
graphed sheet of paper By last year It had grown to enght pages of news
pnnt read by more than 8 OOO parents students and teachers from Mumford
and other schools throuqhout the Umted States
Published bn weekly by thurty five lournalusm students under the durec
hon of Mr Charles Kaufman Englush nnstructor the Mercury played an
nmportant part nn reporting the school s development and growth
Headmg the busuness staff was Mr John Meng Englush teacher Thus
stat? took charge of the sales advertasmg and dnstrnbutuon of the Mercury
Mr Stanley Ormsby fine arts Instructor darected the photography
In 1958 the Mercury agaun receuved the Natnonal Scholastuc Press
Assocuatnon and Columbia Scholastic Press Assocuatuon awards for 'ournal
MERCURY STAFF Rowl l. Relstrnan G Caplan M Auslander Row 2 F Melamud M Greenberg l Gelb B Wohlman P
B Welngarten S Chattman l Wender J Gray S Cohn Slllilfl J MBXNBH S Kollel M Roth
Row 3 .I Nuchaman H Robb L Bernstem B Rosman
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fFea!ureJ, Jay Shumaker fNewsD, and Make Pollack ffdnoruall, gafher ments and crmcusm on theur lates! nssue
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Capru ednors confer with Jef? Tngay about new features scheduled for verhsmg Manager? Marsha Kanter CAchvmes Ednorl Jerry Starr QAssnsfan1
Che 59 Capri Plcfured are Sieve Bodzln KBUSIDGSS Managerl Janice Weiss Business Managerj Doreen Weiner CDepar1menfs Ednforj and Jeff Tlgay
KAssrstanf Edntorj Mel Barclay CPholography Edntorj Make Wennstem !Ednor m Chuefj
KSports Edrforl Sally Tenelbaum fOrganlzahons Ednor Ed Stem fAd
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EDITORIAL STAFF Row'I M Klunover B Gnesman E Borgor Row 2 M Grossman R Benlamm D Jarqmrag H Nelmgn J
lfdlffiflll ACWISOYJ l Shulman l Berlzower lepofsky S Josephson Mr Charles Kaufman fAdvusorJ
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Members ofthe Capn Edrtorual Staff under the dlrectuon of Mr Charles
Kaufman covered Important school events and provlded a permanent re
munder of the actnvltues of the past year
The lmplementatuon of a theme for the yearbook photographmg of
actlvltles arrangmg page layouts copywrutung and proofreading and plan
mng for publlcatnon were some of the dutles of thus staff
The Capri Business Staff under the supervlslon of Mr Jay Bodzm,
commercnal Instructor sollcuted advertisements from local businesses, and
promoted sold and drstrlbuted the yearbook lt also managed the Capru s
BUSINESS STAFF Row! M Portnoy M Levm H Averbuch J D Lowanthal B Sher L Alpert S Glass C Kaplun Mr .I
Starr A Kramer Csalos managsrj N Wolfe E Gerbs
Row 2 K Applebaum M Pearlman M Silverman B Saunders
Row 3 J Davns M Bell A DuFune B Burstem S Mark H
Marcus B Busch J Jacobs R Pregenofl H Carnaclr M Diamond
ot even dreary weather keot members of Mumford s
clubs from enioying extra-curricular activities, Excur-
sions to various points of interest, here employing a
sleek new Scenicruiser, hdve been rewarding supple-
ments to Mumford's courses of study.
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Once a month representatives from Mumford's Intramural Student
Sportsmanship Council met and discussed various athletic problems with
IMSSC members from other schools.
This year the main goals of these discussions were to gain permission
to have sport events scheduled at night and to create a better atmosphere
at interschool athletic contests.
The group's opening proiect was the sponsorship of the "Kickoff"
dance. This party climaxed "M" Week and celebrated the Mustangs'
crushing victory over the Pershing football team.
Mr. Loren Gardner, science instructor, sponsor of the IMSSC, urged
all sports-minded students to attend the club meetings.
Steve Gilbar IMSSC president
announces the winning M
Week float at the Kickott
IMSSC Rowl K Bleir S Rose S Frankel ltreasurerJ S Gilbar Arnold G Sandler D Ruch A Rothenberg C Barak
lpresidentl S Starman lvice presidentl N Woolf Csecretaryl B Row3 C Gaynes E Simon A Blatt S Schlesinger M Grayson
Woolf S Wamstock A Oboler G Kukes S Mark J Leib J Greene P Lichter S
Row 2 L Gardner fsponsorl J Miller E Weinstein J Brenner Siem
J Warshaw N Schafter R Stillman L Milan E Marks V
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Members of the Human Relatnons Club played an nmportant role In
fostermg respect for people throughout the world
Promotmg the :deal that all are created equal the club sponsored
an essay contest on thus sublect durmg Brotherhood Week and participated
nn the panel duscussuon of the Jumor Round Table of Chrustnans and Jews
A canned goods drnve at Thanksguvung for needy famulues was another
of the clubs malor actlvltles
The purpose of the Human Relatuons Club sponsored by Mr Paul
Kerber of the Vocatnonal Department was to develop un students an under
standmg of all men and to encourage them to practuce friendly relatlons
with those whom they meet In their danly llves
Membershup was open to students Interested In furtherung thus purpose
HUMAN RELATIONS CLUB Rowl E R055 M Mmn fre oydmg Row 2 I. Mltchell G Levm B Burnstem G Roth R August R
secretaryj C Adler ltreasurerj R Cobb fpresadentl J Radner Krops G Richmond S Dvorm J Rosenzweug C Halpern M
lcorrespondmg secretaryl E Parker fcorrespondmg secretaryj Forman B Mill!! P KGYITBFCSPOHSOYJ
Robert Cobb presldent of the Jumor Round Tgblg of Chnshlns and Jews has somethmg to contnbute to the
group s dlscusslon
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Greater interest in girls' athletics and the promotion of good sports-
manship have been the main goals of the Girls Athletic Association for
the past ten years.
Activities such as intramural basketball and swimming, which were spon-
sored by the GAA, again highlighted the school year. Other club activi-
ties included picnics, a splash party, and a bike hike to Rouge Park.
Some of Mumford's GAA members also visited the campuses of Eastern
Michigan College, University of Michigan, and Wayne State University
where they participated in statewide playdays with GAA members from
other high schools.
Membership in this club sponsored by Miss Eleanor Dunn health in
structor was offered to those wishing to participate in the club activities
GAA members are ready to leave on the club s annual bike hike to Rouge Park
GAA Row 1 V Harper J Blumensteln B Weinberg B Gibson
lsecretaryj N Rattner lpresudentl A Demlrpan lvicepresidentj
M Chapman ftreasurerj S Teltlebaum G Roggm
Row 2 W Crenshaw J Erlich J Helman P Sherman A lupo
vsch S Stem S Atkins D Rank B Elgot C Wilson N Schroeder
Row 3 B Woolf M Evans C Norman A Miller C Waldon l
Kent J Rosenzwelg S Muskovntz C Green E Dunn Csponsorj
Row 4 M Davis J Weiss J Adams N Pollock S Stillman A
Weisman B Gibson J lepofslsy D Mills M Heavenrlch
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By postmg team records photographs and bullehns of forthcomung
events the M Club kept the student body unformed of thus years ath
Ralsmg money for athletuc equupment through the sale of banners and
buttons was the clubs mann prolect
The block M on the sweater of every member symbolized good sports
manshnp at Mumford
Sponsored by Coaches Ralph Loefller George Canrns Harold Grove,
James Kelly Stan Mullm and John Van Vleck the club furthered students
Interest ln athletncs
All boys who had won an athletic letter were anvuted to 'om
M CLUB RQW1 M Ron R M,m,,w, R hyn, K Burnley Row3 J Greene B Carp J Sanders B Rosman M Grayson
C Botvmuck W Arnold R Cobb S Layne C NWN' T Fl"9Cl"" L DW" E R9P"'
Row2 S Mullm lsponsorl J Hampton J lenb l Braunstem ROW 4 H Hilfd R BINIOH 5 Clfnldl 5 Ralmlf' l- UNW9
R Hasso H Muller P Karr L Meyers P Silva M Kuhn G Kuhn J Z"""'9f W A9"9W
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man, F. Baslrin ivice-presidentl, D. Nachman fsecretary-
treasurerb, R. Zwerdling Cpresidentl, M. Zeiger, L. Mitchell
Row 2: B. Burnstein, S. Kahn, B. Onrich, B. Siegel, E. Sha
piro, E. Salinger, M. Weisz fsponsorl.
Row 3: R. Felch, R. Wishmetsliy, 8. Rubin, J. Radner, S.
Schlesinger, C. Jacobowitz, M. Greenberg.
Row 4: J. Nichamin, S. Mark, G. Kulzes, L. Bernstein, A. Gold
smith, G. Pearl.
Current Altairs Club member Barbara Greisman punches
student identification cards during the moclr election for
llfllzfchecl fke nogreaa
Students interested in the world around them belonged to the Current
Mr. Melvin Weisz, social studies teacher, was the club sponsor. The
group kept Mumford's student body posted on the important political,
economic, and social problems of the day.
A trip to Lansing, speakers active in politics, and a mock session of the
United Nations Security Council were on their agenda this year.
This was the club in which members could freely express ideas and
opinions on world events, and discuss them intelligently with other students
who shared this interest.
Members of Ohe Current Afhirs Club
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stand silhoueiied againsf fhe
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FRENCH CLUB Row 1 C Kent S Cohn P Renter lrecordung
secretaryj S Music Itreasurerj M Grozdanoft Cvice presrdentl
J Lazarlpresidentl D Zefffcorrespondmg secretaryj V Shiefman
Row 2 J Swift fsponsorj R loren M Harold M Lewan E
Grossbart J Hall M Bernstein E Salinger S Marshall G Levin
l Boodln J Galantowicz Csponsorj
Row 3 B Burnstem L Shapiro S Katz N Adelson C Brooks
W Serwer B Weingarden C Wolmberg M Auslander P Stern
Row4 L Bales S Muslrovntz P Siegel S Yolles C Fredericks M
lllguldfd .AJUGHCQ ,W gl'0lA0l'L00lJ
To stimulate students to widen their interest un the people of France
was the mann oblectuve ofthe French Club under the direction of Miss Jane
Galantowicz and Mr Jonathan Swift foreign language and Enghsh in
Members, who were students in French Q31 to Q81 enloyed French movies
a French meal lectures and the annual variety show
Under the supervision of Miss Ins Gallez ofthe foreign language faculty
the Latin Club organized the festivities of Saturnalua and Romes birthday
Members also took part in the state wide conference of the Junior Classical
League in East Lansing in April
To prove that Latin is far from dead the group gamed a lasting
interest In that language and its literature
Spanish Club members learned of the customs, literature and ar of
our Spamsh speaking neighbors stated Spamsh Instructors Miss Marlorle
Reas and Mr Raymond Jacovetti co sponsors This was accomplished
through such activities as a trip to the romance language laboratory at the
University of Michigan and the study of Latin American culture. Five
semesters of Spanish study were required for membership.
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Paul Stern amuses French Club members as he enacts his charade ata club party.
SPANISH CLUB Row I B Grensman B Werss A Mrs hakofi
lcorrespondmg secreiaryj J Shwayder Cpresndenfi S Brodsky
F Johnson lrecordmg secretary? B Barr
Row 2 T Lewrs J Wasser B Gunns C Oshansky S Sugar M
Hot dogs had a Spamsh flavor at the clubs wemer
roasi at Palmer Park
Pearlman R Puder B Rossen M Roth D Sandler
Row 3 R Jacoveth Csponsorl J Davns D Yura K Kuehler P
Snlva S Marks G Kukes B Snegel C Kass E Buederman P
Frsher M Reas Ksponsorb
D Rank geis a faceful of race for gnvmg a wrong answer ai the Lahn Club mmairon Lookrng
on as co consuls N Bader and C Kurtzman carry out ihe pumshmeni are A Conn S Shllman S
Wnllner fquaesrorj D Bauer S Newman and K Yakes Muss Irs Gallez club sponsor prepares
another part of the ceremony un foreground
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Lnterary Gunld members Kneelmg C Wmkler R Goodas J Cameron and S levnne
Castleman Ksecretaryl and J Hall Standnng S Dvonn and S Rose
Seated S Cohn L Berkower Mrs H OShea lsponsorl L
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Luterary understandmg and apprecnatnon were the axms of Literary Gould
members Thus year s group under the drrectnon of Mrs Hortense O Shea,
English nnstructor studled great modern wruters
Works of Somerset Maugham Arthur Muller and Tennessee Wllllams
were revlewed at the bu monthly meetmgs Duscusslons often dealt with
By attendung the legmmate theater nncludmg Wayne State Umversuty
plays, and by vlewmg outstanding forelgn films previously discussed at
meetmgs the members developed a better understanding of modern
drama, as well as modern literature
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The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, arouses the curiosity and interest of Literary Guild members.
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Chess Club members under the guudance of Mnss Ruth Hart Englnsh
Instructor and Dr Norval Slobln socual studues teacher whether begmners
or masters had the opportumty of furthermg their knowledge of the
fascunatnng and thought provoking game of chess
The members held tournaments among themselves and challenged
other schools as well In January the Mumford Chess Club defended the
Detroit Hugh School Chess Federatuon Champuonshup trophy whuch rt had
won the prevuous year
Experts such as Mr Stephen Popel former champnon of France, were
guests of the group The experts played as many as twelve snmultaneous
games with as many members whale suggestlng umprovements In the
members unduvudual games
Henry Shevltz and Jerry Starr together cannot outplay Mlchlgan Chess Champaon
Mr P lecornu at n Club exhlbntlon game
H Shevotz fpresudentj challengesl Wender lcorrespondmg Zwerdlmg J Lmden S Ruce J Stern S Bruckner L leslne
secretaryj and B Centetz challengesJ Starr lvuce presndent M Cohen J Nachlmln G Rnchman J Begel R Jacobson P
treasurerl to a game of chess whsle J Gerson R August E Wolf and L Bernstem try to antlcapate thenr next moves
Victor lseatedl and D Freed Mrs Ruth Hurt Csponsorl R
MATH CLUB Rowl M Segall S Pomerantz L Schwartz S
Schlesnnger S Mark Cvnce presudentl J Starr fpresndentl F John
son fsecretary treasurerl N Bonn R Layne D Muller
Row 2 R Zwerdlung M Breman Csponsorl M Schwartz G Rach
mond P Rosenbloom J Klem M Cohen S Dvorln J Lelb S
Mr Wllllam Rltchle pomts out how easy
number systems are to doubtful math club
Layne R August K Wonnacott G Roth D Cook
Row 3 B Wolman D Beser M Kurland B Safler D Kaufman
H Frledland J Zrlmec G Kulres M Nalrell D Leedle M Fndler
H Weundlvng 8 Kaplan
af el'l'lClllC5 all CLQHCQ
Math on a socnal basus gettmg together and workmg with numbers
for fun was the new and dnfterent approach of this years Mathematucs
Club The group was sponsored by Mrs Mmettn Breman mathematlcs
Anxlous to nncrease the Interest and broaden the knowledge of students
nn mathematncs the club helped nn the selectnon of math reference books
for the school llbrary
At meetmgs club members often held dnscussrons on various phases
of mathematucs such as calculus analytucal geometry and trugonometry
Specialists an the mathematucal field also addressed the group
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Once presndentj S Schlesmger Qpresldentl S Siegel Csecretary
treasurerb A Roth S Pomerantz L Mllan
Row 2 L Stemberg S Dvorm P Rosenbloom G Rnchmond D
arf IUIQI Weuer n ing rogrerid
Numerous lectures -l- movnes J- expenments -5 learnung through
enloyment tor Scuence Club members
These actlvltles were arranged so that members would gann knowledge
nn chemnstry and physncs beyond what was offered an the regular courses
Atomnc and nuclear science was the magor area of study thus year
All students Interested nn supplementung thenr background nn science
were welcomed to loan thus club sponsored by Mr Samuel Ascher of the
Kersh L Braunstem B Kaplan S Layne M Schemker B Wolman
A Stem M Powell B Taylor V Arnold S Ascher lsponsorj
Row 3 W Sarnotl G Beam J Starr M Grayson S Mark A
Oboler J Enchner D Slutsky M Levutt L Meyers R Salloum
Row4 D Beser B Colton H Marcus M Kurland G Kukes
A representatwe from the Umted States
Rubber Company holds the attentnon of sc:
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MEDICAL CLUB Rowl M Saporsky Csponsorj R Klegon J
berg M Petrakovutz N Snnger J Sulver S Topor
Moss L Aronol-Y Csecretaryl H Frnedman Cpresndentl F LaPldes Row3 M Levstt J Blatt J Leub B Colton D Slutsky H Marcus
lvuce presndentb J Chase S Wamstock K Schwartz A Oboler R Levnne H Wenndlung A Hayman D Kersh
Row2 E Appel L Graff M Auslander P Rosenbloom L Stem
ed l"l'l Lllg M'0gl"e5J
Traps to Northvnlle Sanutaruum and partucupatuon an the volunteer pro
gram at Smal Hospital gave members of the Medncal Club an lnsught unto
the actual functnomngs of medical lnstntutuons
Club meetmgs often featured dlstlngulshed speakers Discussions and
work on scnentntlc prolects related to medlclne made up the remamder ot
the clubs busy schedule
Guided by Mr Mnchael Saporsky scuence instructor the club brought
together all students with a common desnre to learn more about the held
of medical scrence
An Interest In medlcsne and a schedule that would permut attendance
at meetmgs were the qualutlcatnons necessary for membershlp
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Meducal Club presldent Howard Frnedman and Susan
Wamstock put the fimshmg touches on thelr MWeelx
MEDICAL CLUB Row 'I M Saporslry fsponsorl R Klegon J
Moss L Aronoff lsecretaryl H Frledman fpresndentb F LaPtdes
lvlce presldentj J Chase S Wamstock K Schwartz
Row2 E Appel L Graff M Auslander P Rosenbloom L Stem
berg M Petrakovntz N Sanger J Salver S Topor
Row3 M Levutt J Blatt J Leab B Colton D Slutsky H Marcus
A Oboler R Levme H Wemdlnng A Hayman D Kersh
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edl admnre Harvey the rabbnt whsle Mus
Margaret Mnddleton sponsor answers the
questnons ofM Loomus R Felch M Powell
l Bnlluant R Golden and D Hurt at an
Informal Bnox meetmg In David Hurt s base
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Students wuth some background un sclence and an Interest In research
and experlmentatnon an the field of bnology and related scrences were
welcomed at the after school meetmgs of the Bro X Club Msss Margaret
Muddleton science nnstructor sponsored the group
Members worked on nndlvudual prolects that were later dnsplayed and
studied at the meetmgs Speakers and movies concerning developments
In natural scuence were also on the program Thus all meetmgs proved
stlmulatung and educatnonal
Among the many actnvutaes the members enloyed were a two day week
end at Hillsdale College and a meetmg of the Mnchugan State Junlor
Academy of Science Arts and Letters at Ann Arbor
Club and nnduvudual prolects were entered In the competntuon at the
Metropolutan Detrovt Sclence Fair
Bao-Xers examme and expenment
wnth bnologlcal equnpment M Pow
ell and J Euchner study the parts
of a baoscope Mus: Muddleton ex
plums the operatlon of the mlcro
tome to R Felch J Mauseloff
watches the gauge on the autoclave
C Gortot records her temperature
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FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Row l M Loren E Wemstem J
Brenner R Loren E Altschuler P Segal J Berman S Nucnan
S Colen M Grundstem V Solcel N Schaeffer
Row 2 L Saperstem M Mendelson J Rosenbaum E Wechsler
M Auslander J Rosenzwelg D Saslove l Lnpsntt S Rose J
Pollstem E Marks M Forman E Salinger
FUTURE TEACHERS CLUB Rowl E Latt L Desow
Row 3 J Davls S Salmger H Carmck H Muller S Katz G
Levmson B Onruch F Atlas M Rothenberg P Hoben S Alpert
B Helman E Bmederman R Agree
Row4 L Alpert C Levm M Levm S Crtron B Wemgarclen S
Cole C Fredernclcs D Jeremlas C Bornstem G Brenner B Rose
F Bronson A Leder S Mltteldorf
Developmg nnterest an the field of educatnon and helpnng students flnd
the phase of teachmg for whnch they are best sunted was the arm of the
Future Teachers Club The group was sponsored by Mrs Marlon Kelly
Movles and speakers varaed the format of the bn monthly meetings
Traps to Wayne State Umversnty and the Umversuty of Mnchugan made the
members even more enthusuastnc about thenr future professlon Members
gauned experlence by assustaung wnth the lOB STEP testung program
The most umportant actuvnty of the club was cadet teachlng at elemen
tary schools Veteran members regularly helped local elementary teachers
wuth dauly classroom procedures
S Tautlebaum Row 3 P Renter I Boodm S Hauer C Mayer C Sanger N
M Grossman fsecretaryj N Adelson Kvnce presndentl K Deutch Bader R L t M P l
up on ear man E Aftel R Meckler B Gmns S
Cpresudentl S Chattman lvnce presudentl P Fnsher ltreasurerl M Levme A Schlafer C Kramer M Kelly lsponsorl
l.lPSltY Row 4
J Taupale M Klunover B Rothstem J Forman M Galbert
Row 2 C Strassburger S Wnlllams D Sandler R Beckerman S S Ellenson E Shapiro G Cohen S Neuman S Dovttz S Glass
Carson L Foster A German N Harold E Frned C Rose T K Palley B Royh I Becker
Faxstem L Andem B Grersman M Zenger B Barr
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Oln 0l'l'0lU 5 Half BP5
Through the actnvutres of the Health Educatron Malors Club, members
were glven a new and practical perspectnve of the teachrng of health
educatron They partnclpated In a cadet teachung program by assrstlng
Health Department teachers ln therr duties
The Malors also took tnps to colleges where they observed classes of
health educatlon malors on that level Other actnvntues nncluded clrmcs on
basketball bowlnng and golf
Sponsored by Mrs Vnvuan Sobel health mstructor the club offered all
Interested gurls the opportunuty to learn coaching of organized play
preparation for future teaching careers
Mrs Vrvran Sobel club sponsor demonstrates correct Row 2 J Rosenzweng B Sher S Elllson H Malamud I.
bowlmg form to Health Educatron Malors Seated an front Mtssaluan C Prulan R Lewls A Muller
L Lempert B Roth Standing J Erdelman B Shafer M levme S Feldman
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The Art lnshtute was the scene of thus Popeye portrayal
PromotIon of Interest In InterpretIve dancIng was the maIn purpose of
Mumford s newest club the Modern Dance Workshop MISS Esther Schloz,
Co Head of the Health EducatIon Department was the sponsor of the group
Membershup In the workshop was open to all Interested gIrls who had
completed the Dance Composmon course and all Interested boys regardless
The group planned dance programs for the school and SlUdl6d the
technIques of the world s great dancers
Members partIcIpated In a chIldrens program at the Art Museum In
January and In the All CIty HIgh School Dance Concert thas sprung A trIp
to a dance workshop at the UnIversIty of MIchIgan was another of the club s
MODERN DANCE WORKSHOP Rowl H FrIedland S Sahcoff M s K Susco accompamst
M Grozdanolt I. Melmk B MalIn Row 3 D Smderman J Hendeman L Daskal G Fu h MSS E
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Radno Club members pltch In to houst station W8GMPs mast for an antenna at the Foeld Day In Washington Mlchlgan
fLQ Hip cl ,Orme
W8GMP were the Federal Communlcatuons Commnssnon lncensed call
letters of Mumfords Amateur Radio Club Uslng the radio room as nts
base the club sent and receuved sugnals from all over the world
Under the dlrectnon of Mr Robert Aronson of the Vocatnonal Depart
ment members bullt and operated thesr own transmltters and recelvers
Mumford s Radlo Club one of the most active In Detrout also took part
an an lnternatnonal Field Day Program and acted as host to radno club pres:
dents and sponsors from other hugh schools
The club succeeded In Its purpose of fostermg an lnterest an amateur
radlo by enrolling a membershup of twenty four licensed hams
QSL contact cards recenved from all over the world provnde thrnlls for M Freedman Spealung to other hams provides excltement and new friends for
G Sklar R Blau and J Stone as they operate radio equlpment to log stnll more statuons Radlo clubbers Standmg E Sugman R Aronson lsponsorl L Carroll
M Chover Seated P Kaufman J Lusk
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DRAMA CLUB, Row I: B. Young, B. Yolles ltreasurerl, R. Row 2: S. Lambert, P. Brose, P. Lui, M. Katz, A. Burdick L
Pregerson fcorresponding secretaryl, S. Freeman fpresidentj, Melnilt, L. l.aBan, A. Mellen.
E. Surowitz Krecording secretaryl, J. Liebman. Row 3: E. Matthews Csponsori, C. Jones, J. Rome, B. Bader G
Pearl, .l. Goldsmith, B. Rubin, J. Roberts, P. loewy, B. Mann
Dramatic offerings for assemblies, monologues, and choral presenta-
tions for selected audiences were the main projects of the Drama Club
Students who were interested in the many phases of the theater were
given the opportunity to participate and gain experience in their chosen
field: props, make-up, acting, or directing.
Having auditioned before the club sponsor, Mr. Earl Matthews, English
instructor, and the club olticers, new members were chosen on the basis of
talent, interest, and willingness to work.
Affiliated with the group was the Junior Drama Clinic. This group con-
sisted of ninth and tenth graders who found help and guidance under the
tutelage of the more experienced thespians.
Members of the Junior Drama Club practice various
facial expressions necessary to good acting. Left to
right are D. Jackson lsurprisej, R. Silver fangerj, S.
Winer fsadnessj, J. Berry fhorrori and R. Sandler
lioyl. Giving the young thespians helpful hints are
E. Zolkower. S. Dworkin, S. Cascade, B. Rosenberg
and N. Gelman.
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ater the polished announcements are broadcast by Phyllis lui and Jon Goldsmith
LU . e6! Wallitdlll
Students interested in participating in the various phases of radio
broadcasting were selected by audition to become members of the Broad
casters Guild The club was sponsored by Mrs Virginia Schmoll and
Mr Earl Matthews of the English Department
Besides producing two news broadcasts a week for the student body
over the schools station WMUM the members also recorded tapes
for Mumfords sound library These consisted of outstanding dramas or
speeches some written by the members themselves English classes later
used them in their activities
The members also produced Operation 225 a two hour radio show
which included presentations of various types of programs such as those
aired by disc-gockies and sports announcers over the commercial stations
The activity offered something for everyones liking.
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BROADCASTERS GUILD, Row 'I: M. Zeiger, S. Cohn, J. Gelfand J. Roberts, N. Adelson, M. Zacks, P. lui, S. Carson, V. Schmoll
ftreasurerj, M. Goldman lsecretaryj, A. Goren lpresidentl, J. Csponsorl.
Goldsmith Cvice-presidentj, B. Young, P. Brose. Row 3: H. Friedland, H. Carnick, S. Friedman, l.. White, A. Obo-
Row 2: E. Matthews Csponsorl, L. La Ban, J. Gerson, B. 0flfiCl1, ler, B- Rubin, M- GYGGNBQI'
g, B. Yolles, B. Siegel.
Washmg flats proves to be a messy lob for Stage Club members H Covnnsky L Joseph M Levnt D Smderm
F Rosenman and J Smnth ltechmcnanj
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A new group directed by Mr James Smlth and Mr Ben Catlm tech
nlclans made up the Mumford Stage Club Membershup was open to any
student who had taken the course m stage craft
This orgamzatuon played an Important role nn all Mumfords stage
presentations for It was theur responslblllty to handle audltorlum lights
props and sound effects
Wnth the clubs and the televusuon courses un Amerucan Hnstory and
Amencan Luterature were pursued wuth a mmnmum of techmcal dufflcultues
Mr Ben Catlm and Mr James Smuth,
techmcuans, and Stephen Mullman prepare
the stage for a productuon as they adlust
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nomncs Instructor proved theur versatulnty agam thus year when they sold
candned apples and shakers at football games acted as guudes at the
Arnold Home for the Aged m Detrolt and sold mixed nuts to raise funds
for the natnonal sponsor the YWCA
Entertaunment for members consisted of a school dance In co operatlon
wnth the Hu Y a buke huke and several guest speakers
Any gurl attendung Mumford had the opportumty to Ioan an orgamza
tuon where hugh standards of lnvung ln the home and school prepared them
to be respected members of the commumty
YTEENS Row I R Wnse J Whntworth lsecretaryl N Row 2 R Lyle N Mlchngnan S Humphrey H Watson
5Cl""0ed9l' lpresldentl l Southard Cvlce prestdentl M B Slsler P Steele J Talpale
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Donms ONouI welcome them durmg the annual mntmtnon ceremony
Football program sales and the annual Thanksguvmg Day festuval were
some of the actuvntues handled by the HI Y
Natlonally sponsored by the YMCA thus club was under the leadership
of Mr Joseph Soltesz of the Commerclal Department and Mr Floyd Dann
soclal studnes mstructor
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home school and commumty was urged to loin Mumford s oldest club
where brotherhood and commumty servlce were the desured goals
HIV R0Wl K w0"""-'Col' D BW9 lCl1lPl""l D 0NeIl UIC! Row 2 B Taylor B Salter A Lorenz J Zrumec L Urevng H
presndentj A Ruchardson lpresudentj D Cook lsecretary Luger D Madge J E,-,cwn F Dam hpomo,-y
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t's been more than lOO years since this 1848 Pioneer
steam engine first rolled out of the works and onto
the tracks. Locomotives like the Pioneer were replaced
in the past decade by huge, powerful diesel engines.
The byword in the railroad industry became POWER.
And at Mumford, too, the byword became power.
By press time our athletic squads had won four league or division champion-
ships As more of our teams each year posted top-notch records, Mumford
was well on its way to becoming a sports powerhouse.
Cheerleader captain Beth Rosenthal
roused our spirits as the . . .
the League meet
Vigorous spirit enabled the thinclads to finally hit their stride towards
the end of the track season, especially in the East Side League and City
Coached by Mr Stan Mullin health education instructor the squad
had a number of bug men returning for the 58 season
The 880 relay team took first place in both meets while Ken Burnley
running in the 100 and 200 yard dashes took seconds in the former meet
and thirds in the latter Homer Heard took first place in the broad lump in
As a climax to the season Ken Burnley .lim Hampton Homer Heard
and Mel Bishop were given AH City honors
Nolan Ross shows the trackman s strain Ken Burnley drives through the tape in the 200
after a tough half mile yard dash
TRACK TEAM Kneeling left to right Manley Ross Ken Burnley Burt Carp Elvin Roper Jeff Lenb
Standing Malucius Hampton Coach Stan Mullin Ken Dillard Dave Shevitz Tom Segall Willie
Arnold Ricky Schwartz Richard McBurrows Tom Bright Cardell Norris Jam Hampton
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the last lap of the 880 relay race against Cooley
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Barbara Litt watched the
arrierd Wadgecl gadf-.Side Crown
After clinching first place in the East Side League in one of the closest
races in years, the Harriers found the going rougher in the City Meet and
Adding some new swift-footed runners to the returning nucleus of last
year's squad, the boys took victories in three of their four encounters
including two tri-meets.
Under the guidance of health instructor Stan Mullin, both Manley Ross
and Elvin Roper were awarded All-City stripes. l at
George Ellun and Willie Arnold can t help laughing
as the unfortunate tail-enders straggle across the Gnlsh
CROSS COUNTRY SCORES
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Manley Ross leads at the half way mark in the meet with Central Cardell Norris and
Elvin Roper follow at the Palmer Park course
Clow score wonl
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM Kneeling left to right Steve Kalt Ken Burnley Willie Arnold Lorenzo
Davis Harold Miller Janarvus Sanders
Standing George Ellun Coach Stan Mullin Stan Ruby Burt Carp Manley Ross Cardell Norris
Riclry Schwartz Elvin Roper Willie Agnew
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FIRST OFFENSIVE TEAM Kneelang left to raght Larry
Urevag Paul Karr Herb Black Larry Meyers Ron Hasso
Tom Fleascher Racherd McBurrows
Standang Coach Jam Kelley Jam Sessaon Rachard Bockoff
Tom Segall Jam Hampton Coach Harold Grove
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Packed by the experts for last place the Mustangs ended the 58
football season on the other end of the standangs
Under Coach Jam Kelly health anstructor the team taed for first place
an the East Sade League wath Denby Eastern and Northeastern All four
teams had a live wan one loss record an league competataon although
Denby was selected to play an the champaonshap game
The gradders were led by All Caty .lam Hampton who scored 14 touch
downs and held the opposataon to a manus three yards rushang average
around has defensave end post The squad also placed Larry Braunstean
Jerry Frankel Tom Fleascher Frank Goldberg and Jam Sessaons on varaous
Metropolatan League all star teams
The Mustangs scores ranged from the 41 0 whappang of Central to the
squeaker over Cass Tech Thas game had a closmg seconds safety whach
provaded the wannang margan
Sparat was the key to success thas year Large turnouts of students
followed the team to every away game Even a heavy raan at the Denby
game dad not dampen sparats lt only succeeded an ruanang the footang an
the backfield one reason for the only Mustang loss
of 7 5-'QF3
FIRST DEFENSIVE TEAM Kneelang left to raglat Herb
Black Frank Goldberg Marty Laker Jam Zackman Tom
Fleascher Jam Hampton
Standang Coach .lam Kelley Larry Braunstem Don Sand
wean Jerry Frankel Wally Banaon Clafford Franzel Coach
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, Top row, left to right: Coach Q
Harold Grove, Jim Jaffa, Fred Ruby, Ed Ruby, Ron Hesse,
Jerry Wigod, Larry Levine, Herb Black, Marty Laker, Rich-
ard Bockotl, Mal Hampton, Richard McBurrows, Larry Ure-
vig, Bob Mays, Mickey Golden, Jim Zrimec, Arnold Cohen
Cmanagerj, Coach Jim Kelley.
Middle row: Matthew Ash Cmanagerj, Dick Sandler Cman-
agerj, Larry Meyers, Gerry Gresham, Paul Karr, Tom Flei-
scher, Steve Zorn, Frank Goldberg, Mel Boyer, Larry Braun-
stein, Jim Zackman, Dennis O'Neill, Don Sandweiss, Clifford
Franzel, Harvey Pianin fmanagerj.
Kneeling, Alan Richardson Kmanagerl, Tom Bright, Ronny
Layne, Gene Fealk, Mike Benedek, Roger Manela, Jim
Hampton Cco-captainj, Jerry Frankel, Jim Session, Willy
Binion, Ken Eserow, Tom Segall, Mascot: Jackie Gagnon.
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Although they lost three of their four encounters in the '58 season, the
Reserve Football Team found solace in the fact that a number of boys played
well enough to be considered good varsity material.
Among those most likely to take the place of the graduating Hamptons,
Frankels and Fleischers are Sam Young, end, Steve Novak, a big, fast guard,
Jim Wanles, center, and Doug Hoffman, a left-handed-passing quarterback.
Since the team is made up of ninth and tenth graders, Coach Ralph
Loeffler, Head of the Health Department, feels that "things are bound to
be better next year."
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RESERVE FOOTBALL SCORES . . .
Mumford 0. . . . . .Pershing 24
Mumford 24, . . . . .Central 6
Mumford l3, . . . . .Denby 19
Mumford 6 ....,....... Southeastern 36
Won l-Lost 3
RESERVE FOOTBALL TEAM, Top row, left to right: Peter
Vlangos, Charles Silverman, James Cole, Richard Agree,
Stan Zukin, Jerry Rubin, Lowell Blumberg, Douglas Hoff-
man, John Heavenrich, Daniel Silver, Howard Golding.
Middle row: Coach Ralph Loeftler, Richard Klegon, David
Montgomery, Larry Cohen, Dennis Block, Joseph Jackson,
Richard Smith, Jim Lolas, Julius Armstrong, Charles Miller,
Danny Moss, Sammy Young.
Bottom row: Jim Wanless, Bruce Spitz, Howard Nudell,
Larry Okrent, Joel Helfman, Tom Binion, Barry Tigay, Lenny
Koltonow, Mike Novik.
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Running and tackling hard, the Mustangs played every game as if
the championship depended on it-and that's the way it turned out.
Reading clockwise, from the top left, here are pictures from the season's
CAD All-City back Jim Hampton picked up 15 yards on this play in the
Pershing game. Doughboys' All-Star Lonnie Sanders fright, foregroundl
makes the tackle. KBJ Fullback Dick Bockoff took a handoff for five yards
in this shot from the Mackenzie game. KCI As the mud shows, this is the
Denby game. Hampton leaps over Larry Braunstein to pick up ten yards.
That's Tom Fleischer blocking.
QD, This hapless Mackenzie runner didn't get very far the lost two
yardsl, as Jerry Frankel Con the bottomj, Bockoff C43J, and Richard
McBurrows C687 pounce on him. CED But here, the Stags picked up 20
yards on a pass play. Don Sandweiss pulls down the receiver. KFJ Again
in the Mackenzie game-Bockoff makes 15 yards before being brought
KGJ Nailing down the win over Mackenzie, Jerry Frankel intercepted
this Stag pass and ran it back 60 yards for a touchdown. QHJ Hampton
makes a short gain as Russ Binion U21 blocks for him against Pershing.
KD This fourth quarter catch by Jim Session was a key play for the Mustangs
against Mackenzie. The third down completion made it first and ten and
kept the winning touchdown drive going.
UD Here Co-captain Russ Binion flips a pass on an option play against
Pershing. This tactic was an important one for the team in the early part
of the season, and was used many times to gain valuable yardage.
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BOYS' SWIMMING SCORES . .
Mumford 50 Eastern 35
Mumford 64 .. Cass 22
Mumford 32 , Pershing 47
Mumford 71 , Central 10
Mumford 46 . Southeastern 40
Mumford 28 . . ,Denby 58
Mumford 34 , Redford' 52
Won 4 - Lost 3
Stephanie Koorhan exemplified the team's
When Coach George Cairns awarded a
total of twenty "M" letters to members of
the '58-'59 Boys' Swimming Team, it was the
greatest number ever given in the history of
this Mumford sport.
Although the squad had its share of stars,
it was the fact that a great many boys con-
tributed tothe team effort which earned four
victories in seven meets.
In the city finals, the school's first All-
American, Barry Shapiro, captured the front
spot in the 150-yard individual medley and
broke the city record in the 100-yard breast-
stroke with a time of 'I:07.9. This cracked his
own mark set a year earlier.
Others who placed high in this meet in-
cluded John Holmes, third in the 50-yard free-
style, and Ira May, sixth in the 100-yard
The free-style relay team, composed of
Jerry Nosanchuk, Jerry Sanders, Wally
Stewart and John Holmes, finished in third
Ira May lrighti and Barry Shapiro leave the blocks for the 100-yard breast-stroke in Shapiro is congratulated on his victory.
the Redford meet.
BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM, Bottom row, left to right: Bob Toumaiian, Happy May, Joel Nosanchuk,
Jerry Nosanchuk ico-captainl, Ira May Cco-captainl, Gary Gilbar, Dan Levitsky, Alan Katz, John Holmes.
Second row: Michael Jaffe, Paulo Silva, Jan Winkleman, Jerome Kaufman, Joe Fineman, Jerry Sanders,
Martin Chattman, Fred Doner.
Third row: Stuart Goldstein fmanagerj, Howard Kay, Alan Kay, Steven lash, Bill Busch, Barry Kramer,
Dick Holmes, Paul Redstone, Coach George Cairns.
Top row: Barry Nakell, Jack Berman, leonard Aronovitz, Walter Stewart, Bob Wandruff, Lawrence
Shafkind, Martin Burnstein, Allan Jones.
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To give team members a chance to compete without the pressures of
winning and losing, a playday was instituted this season for the Girls'
Swimming Team. Miss Esther Schloz, health instructor, explained that by
interchanging girls from Mumford and Denby, the social aspect of inter-
school sports was emphasized.
As the Capri goes to press, the girls had competed in two of the five
meets on their schedule. They were beaten by Mackenzie C69-54D and by
Cody C72-345. Remaining were meets with Cooley, Redford, and Western.
Victories were probable in two of these. I
Susan Dovitz had her "weapon"
M ready the Cheerleaders pom pcm
GIRLS SWIMMING TEAM top row left to right
Lenore Lempert Barbara S Feldman Judy Lepof
sky Nancy Rattner Lynn Goldberg Bunny
Woolf Judith Okrent Duane Bachman Ellen
Franklin Ellen Goldsmith Barbara Adler Nancy
Frank icocaptaunl Lydia Aaron lcocaptain
Marilyn Pearlman managerl Miss Esther Schloz
Middle row Helene Levine Sheila Glass Elly
Rose Betty Goldberg Sheila Rogan Linda
Schwartz Susan Kobel Cmanagerj
Bottom row Marlene Levine Sheila Zipper Sue
Feldman Barbara Ann Feldman
Lenore Lempen shows Ihe form whlch broughl her Ellen Franklin Cforegroundl and Judy lepofsky also took honors in the Mackenzie meet
first place against Mackenzie
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Non League Tournament
Won 6 Lost 6
Janet Strachan was relieved when the . . .
Reboundnng after last year s catastrophuc season C0 wms T2 lossesj the
Boys Basketball Team fimshed the 58 59 season wnth a respectable 6 wan
6 loss record
Agam lackmg the heught that marks other Metropolutan League teams
the Mustangs hugh spnrut and detailed attentuon to fundamentals made up
In part for thenr dusadvantage under the backboards
The mad season loss through graduatnon of Make Kukes and Jackie
Wlllrams further hlndered the team but Coach John VanVleck health
Instructor attributed their continued success to more deliberate passlng
In the post season tournament the Mustangs had a but of bad luck an
drawung the cuty champuons Eastern Hugh for the first round
BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM left to rnght Martnn Portnoy Wllllams Rlchard McBurrows Dave Shevntz Rnchard Kushner
lmanagerj Joel Nelson Rnchard BockoH Russ Bannon Muke Steve Mallerman Leon lmderman
Kukes Coach John VanVleck Bob Matthews lcaptaml Jackie
Steve Malerman blocks out Eastern forward as Shevutz takes Eight assorted hands hope to snare thus one Four of them
the PMS belong to Mumford s Mnke Kukes C421 and Dave Shevltz
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Susan Toper unleashes a yell as the
By sweep1ng the1r last three games the G1rls Basketball Team was able
to close the 1959 season w1th a w1nn1ng record
Although outscored 172 165 1n the season totals the Cagerettes won
a paur of tnght games 1nclud1ng a one po1nt v1ctory 1n the season s finale
A total of 24 gurls partrcnpated 1n the VBFSITY and reserve schedule and
Mrs V1v1an Sobel, health lnstructor awarded letters to all of the team s
GIRLS BASKETBALL SCORES
WSSTSFD Get that rebound! Mumford Cagerettes Cdarlcer slurtsj
Frances Aftel Bunny Kukes and Beth Elgot ight Cody players
for the loose ball
Won 3 Lost 2
Vern1ce Tweety Harper was an otfensuve spark plug
GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM Fnrst row left to nght Vermce Harper
Margaret Evans Marllyn Mendelson Sue R1ce fco captamt Beverly
Shafer Mary Heavennch Carol Walton Chnstme Holmberg
Second row Barbara We1ss, Barbara Qumt, Llnda Shulman, Frances
Aftel Creserve co captaml, Sara Krause, Beth Elgot, Barbara Onrnch,
Kathy Sher, Debb1e Smulyan, Donna M1lls, Bunny Kulres Creserve
co CBPTBIHP, Gwen W1ll1ams
Front Bonme Glbson fmanagerl
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FIELD HOCKEY TEAM Standmg left to rnght Mnss Eleanor
Dunn Qcoachl Arlene Muller Sandy Stullman Carol Walton
Annette Wensman Charlotte Wnlson Judy Lepofslzy Hope
Watson Sharon Sosmck Carolyn Kmght Jamce Wenss Beth
Elgot Sydelle Brand Roxle Demerpan Jaedene Roberts Mar
garet Evans Betty ldelsohn Gerry Furth Judy Heudt Judy
Norquay Dorcas Kane Ellen Ross
Kneelung Duane Stocker Helene Wensman Nancy Rattner
Carolyn Kurtzman Nancy Schroeder Creserve captaml Sally
Teutelbaum lcaptaml Waltzela Crenshaw Joanne Altman
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Tight goal action marked thus nntrasquad game Jan Wenss
Qfrom top leftl Charlotte Wulson and Judy Heldt charge
goalue Jaedene Roberts as Sally Tentelbaum fmlddle YOWJ
Waltzela Crenshaw and Margaret Evans try desperately to
clear the ball
Bullymg to start a practuce game Carol Walton lleftl and
Arlene Muller face off Ready to pounce on the ball are clock
wnse from top left Judy lepofslry Dorcas Kane Helene Wess-
man Peggy Brose and Nancy Rattner
Talung advantage of a tight defense which allowed only three goals nn
flve games, the Girls Field Hockey team turned ln an excellent showung
for the 58 season
The gurls coached by Mass Eleanor Dunn health instructor were
unbeaten untul the closmg game a hard fought defensive affair whnch
was the season s only loss
Offensive stars of the season were Charlotte Wllson wuth four goals
and Judy Hendt who closed her fourth year on the team, with two goals
The reserve team whlch played the same schedule as the varsnty, came
up wuth an ldentlcal three wms one loss one he record and tralned a
number of promrsmg candndates for next years team
FIELD HOCKEY SCORES
Won 3-Lost I
Carol Schwartz sparked our rooters.
Closing his career at Mumford, Coach Paul Bernd, former Head of
the Health Department, guided the Golf team to a fairly successful season.
Playing their home matches at Rackham Golf Course, the linksmen
rallied from a slow opening and gained four victories and a tie in their
last five starts.
Continuing this winning spirit in the city tournament, the boys made
an excellent showing by taking second place honors. They were led by
All-City golfers Richard Litt and Jim Willis, who took second and sixth
Paul Chosld blasts out of a sand trap
GOLF TEAM standing left to right Don Bngelman Louis Steinberg Bill Rosender
Seated Richard Litt Fred Steinhardt Larry Weinberg Eddie Lumberg
Dondero Royal Oak 3
Dondero Royal Oak 3
Kimball Royal Oak
Denby 1 2
Lost 6-Tied 'I
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ln an eftort to guve all gurls a chance to compete un athletuc actuvutnes
UQ L A0 A Q the Glrls Health Educatuon Department sponsored an Intramural program
J C if ag f durmg the past year
Although competutuon was lnmnted to swummnng and basketball Mxss
Esther Schloz assustant department head reported that the turnout was
great enough to lend hope for an expanded program an the future
Because ut was umpossuble to form teams for each study hall all partncl
pants were dnvnded unto three teams of equal strength for the swnmmlng
competutuon Swummmg agannst people of the same ablluty the gurls each
partucnpated an two events plus dnvmg lLast year s varsity members were
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The GAA awarded puns to members of the wmnnng team the Fnshtauls
Due to locker room drltlcultnes the basketball program oftered only
Shenla Rogan tenses and awalts the gun Waatnng for a rebound are lfrom leltj Eluzabeth Mnssaluan Vermce Harper Judy Katz and
Caryl Pruian applauded, as we all did, when
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Team grabbed the City Net Championship in a hard-fought final round
Coached by health instructor John Van Vleck, the netmen lost only fi
of fifty-four matches in nine different encounters.
The squad easily outclassed most of their opponents but, surprisin
Completing their third straight undefeated season, the Boys' Ten:
enough, it was team balance that' proved to be their key to victory in t
by Tom Warshaw and Allen Burstein, rose from the floor to take thu
and fourth singles. Doubles combinations of Gary Kukes-Don Kelber a
Losing the two top singles matches to U. of D. High, the Mustangs, le
' Dave Rose-Barry Bershad also swept through their opposition to clin
"The big serve." - Gary
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Mel Saperstein as they swarm onto the court after the Bershad-Rose victory clinched
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GIRLS' TENNIS TEAM, standing left to right: Donna Ruch, Sue Rice, Judi Shapiro, Nancy
Rattner, Janice Weiss.
Kneeling Berber: Litt, Doreen Werner, Gall Roggm, Beverly Roth, Barbara Maller
We can do It too' was the byword of the Girls Tennis Team and
Under the direction of Miss Marne Paul: health Instructor who has sunce
left Mumford both the varsity and reserve squads came through the season
with seven straight victories
The varsity team made up of Sue Sofferun Judy Price and Ruthan
Chaenko in the singles and the doubles teams of Linda Aaron Sue Rice
Sue Elkm Sue Castleman and Janice Weiss Sharon Levine was considered
city champions although no official girls net records are kept
Graduates after the 58 season were Linda Aaron Sue Castleman
Ruthan Chaenko Sharon Levine Judy Price and Sue Sofferun
Sue Rico Watch this Slum It ought to go n lust 100 mph OOPS'
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Sparkling no-hit pitching, the first in Mumford's history, highlighted
what otherwise turned out to be a mediocre season for the baseball team.
Ed Krass' masterpiece in the opening game gave the squad a 2-0 victory
This win gave impetus to the team which then defeated its next two
opponents. But slowing in the latter part of the season the boys finished
with a four win four loss record nailing down fifth place in the East Side
Another bright spot in the season for Coach Harold Bulldog Grove s
nine was the selection of Ron Okum as All City third baseman
No h t Krass shows h s stuff
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Returmng lettermen for the 59 season Included left to rlght Carl Botvlneck Stuart Leff Bruce
Carmck Sheldon Cohen Ed Kress Jam Znmec and Stewart Epstem
Bruce Carmel: Mumford s Ieadmg prtcher wnth a 3 1
record warms up before the Northeastern game
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short well they can t all be homers
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Under the guidance of Department Head Miss Eva Marie Van Houten,
the English Department co-operated in the school-wide program of en-
riched curricula for capable students.
Accelerated courses in literature and composition were oftered to
qualified pupils. Such classes as iournalism world literature public speak-
ing and drama could also be elected
Special composition and corrective speech courses were scheduled for
those students who had trouble in the normal English classes
Proving their communication skills Mumfordites competed in the Detroit
News Oratorical Contest and the Scholastic Writing Awards Contest and
received honors in both
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Composton C2JJ students p actice laying out newspaper pages
Joan Balson Mary Blinstrub Eunice Cauley Joseph Curran Walter Farber Verna Flanders
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Ruth Hurt Vaughan Hoogasian George Jacobs Charles Kaufman Sophie Kloss Sonya Linsner
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Lnterature students Barbara Mann Steve Kalt and Judy Castleman
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Earl Matthews John Meng Jane Morns R0S6lInCl Moss Rosalmd Olmsted
ln a demonstration speech Bruce Kaplan shows hus Pubhc Speak
mg class hls never muss shavnng techmques
Hortense O Shea
Eduth Powelson Eugenie Reagan Vnrgmua Schmoll Manuel Snmon Mane Snyder John Swuft AllCe Tucker
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The lnstructlon of audio vusual French IS acfompllshed through slldes of French geography and culture
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Slxty five foresgn language classes under the guldance of Department
Head Dr Edith Kovach and thurteen mstructors comprased the largest
foreign language department nn the Detroit Hugh School system
Last year a record number of students sought the knowledge of other
tongues ln begmmng and advanced courses Spamsh continued to be
most popular followed by French and Latin
Students could elect an audno visual French course These classes pro
moted fluent verbal and wrstten abnlnty by what may be termed the nature
were first taught to speak English
Replncas of famous Spamsh panntmgs are presented to their Spamsh class by Carol Wetsman and Sharon Rose
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Elsle Macholl John Madonna
Steve Rubenstenn adds to has Latm class knowledge of Greek Dramatncs
wnth hrs demonstration of a Greek tragedy mask
Allce Keldan Nancy Rattner and Marilyn Pearlman dramatnze a French
versnon of Dragnet
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James Brooks Edith Cooper Ellen Foster Glorua Gnesmg
ndfrucfion nferedf + racfice
Because llfe has many mathematncal requnrements students had the
cholce of algebra and geometry or social or general math un our Math
ematncs Department thus year
Those plannmg to enter a field whuch requlres higher mathematics
could elect advanced algebra solud geometry and trngonometry Such
classes as busmess arnthmehc and sensor math were also offered
Salud geometry students check the posted calculations wnth thenr slide fUl9S
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Lester London Lewus Mnllman Dorothy Perron
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World Hnstory comes ahve for Step'-len Sweet and Duane Segal as they vlslt with Yhelf on Camefa
televlslon Instructor, Mr Mules Platt
Hlghlughtmg the Socual Studles Depart
ment was the televnsuon World Hnstory class
Thus along wuth the regular classes In Amen
can and world hnstory cnvncs and economucs
gave us an mslght unto our modern world
Fnfteen students chosen on the basls of
thear academlc record and thetr counselors
recommendatuon partucnpated nn a leader
ship class where they studied the techmques
for community servlce The course was dl
rected by Mass Dons Utter
Under the durechon of Mr Melvin Weisz
students presented the Jumor Town Meetmg
of the Arr which was broadcast over WJR
The program dealt wlth Mlchlgans accept
ance of a right to work law Mumfordltes
dlrected by Mr Aaron Gornbem also took
part un WWJ TV s Qunz Em on the Arr
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Mr Melvm Welsz Soclal Sfudnes Instructor Ccenlerl glves some
las! manure advlce to Barbara Mann and Larry Bernstein lleffl and
Sandra Eastman and Jerry Kufmck an fhenr final preparahon for ihe
Jumor Town Meehng of the Amr
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Physics QU students to apply scientific principles for a class
Intricate replicas of the human digestive and circulatory
systems are demonstrated by biology students David Drachler,
Richard lustig and Barry Kramer.
Floristry student Carol Krowitz puts the finishing touches
on her Christmas wreath.
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Hughlnghtmg the Scuence Department offerlngs thus year were new
courses nn enruched chemistry and nuclear physucs The forty week ad
vanced chemustry course taught by Mr John Strandberg department head
Included qualntatnve analysts or Chemustry 13D Students takmg thus course
were selected on the basas of theur performance nn the sclence dlvtslon of
STEP SCAT Tests taken by all l0B s un the clty
ln the Nuclear Physics Class students were gnven the opportunuty to
study developments an atorrwc research Others chose from the usual courses
offered In buology and chemrstry
The Science Department provuded students wnth expert lnstructlon In
a study that has reached a new place of Importance nn the world today
Mae Barnhart Mlllcerlf Campbell
Max Gross Kathleen Kolleth
Alfred 51.-epek Eugene Tarrant Marlon Wanless
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For those students Interested an business
education a varnety of courses was offered
by the Busmess Education Department lnclud
mg typmg shorthand transcnpt and office
A Co op Retailing Class presented a two
fold program conslstung of classroom dlscus
sions and on the 'ob expernence
Partlclpants an the bookkeepsng classes
were taught basnc practices and to test com
prehensuon each student was requured to keep
a set of books
Because college preparatory students de
sured some typmg experaence a speclal per
sonal typmg course was mltuated as a supple
ment to the regular typmg classes
The oblectnves of the department under
the durectuon of Mr Phnlup Baird were to
equup students wnth the expenence and skulls
for xmmeduate posltnons un commercual fields
or prepare them for a college malor un busu
In her retanlmg class, Sharon Surowltz learned the Hne pomts of tnmmmg a showcase
Geraldme Wolfe Phllnp Balrd
Bookkeeping student Shurley Terry adds sulnfracfs mulhplnes and dlvlcles cauhously
hoping her lnb set of books will balance
James Lupton reellzes fha? l clean machine IS
essenhal for sharp umform typing
Through ihe use of dupllcators addmg machunes and comptomelers Mr Herbert Timmons busmess machunes clnss learns the
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Mumford's Vocational Department, headed by Mr. Earl Phillips, offered
courses in wood, metal, electricity and drafting. Students taking these
classes were prepared for the many careers in the manual arts.
The quality of work produced by the vocational students was dem-
onstrated when James Zrimich won a first prize in the national Ford Indus-
trial Awards Contest for his machine tool design.
Highlighting the Home Economics division of the Vocational Depart-
ment was its annual fashion show. Dresses modeled were made in the dress
Courses in foods, child care and family living also proved popular.
A new personal relations class which taught eFfective living for girls was
a successful addition to the curriculum during the past year
After six months of work with the help of Mr Robert Aronson Mike Kutmlw and Richard
Riegel put the finishing touches on their electronic tube tester
Too many cooks didn t spoil Karen Rodgers Harriet Wall s and Elaine Fenwick s blueberry
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Future craftsmen work carefully m Mumford s ultra modern wood shop
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The varied program offered by the Fine
Arts Department, under the direction of Miss
Florence Welden, served those students de-
siring instruction in music, arts and crafts.
Two darkrooms gave photography stu-
dents access to such modern equipment as
enlargers, contact printers and dryers.
Jewelry, paintings, ceramics, commercial
art work and costume design were studied.
Some exceptional students won scholarships
and other awards for their accomplishments.
Orchestra and band activities, also a divi-
don ofthh deparhnenh are coveredin an-
othersechon ofthe Caprh
The department's goal, to bring the value
ofthe arts to all students, was attained as in-
creasing numbers took advantage ofthe many
and varied courses offered.
constitute an enioyable phase of art for Michael Fried and Deborah Heiman.
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The buffing machine is used last on the iewelry made by
crafts students Charles Domstein and Roberta Pensler.
Bass Harry Lister, first tenor Gary Stern, second tenor Mr. Roger Haskins, and baritone Marshall Forstot lend their voices and talents
to the successful barber shop quartet.
I A I Ralph Loeffler Esther Schloz
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Sprams splunts and slings have become famullar terms for Mumfordutes
rn first and classes whuch are now a requirement for graduatuon These
classes gave one hour crednt for four weeks of study and practnce
Basketball football and swummmg remained popular wnth the boys
whale modern dance tenms and badmnnton proved to be the gurls favontes
Classes In dance composutuon synchronuzed swnmmlng co ed sports and
track made It possible for all students to partacnpate In almost any sport
A newcomer Mr Ralph Loeffler served has first year as Health Depart
Advanced modern dance students Elnzabeth Borger, Shenla Salrcotf, Pat Gross and Edlth Braver do a burlesque of the current
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Joe Fmeman and Rnchard Adelson ke ihenr mark as a close class
relay race enters ns las? lap
Loolr fellas' the gurls are parl of this co ed class foo
Lunda Gofffrued demonsfrales baclm pressure arm lnff arhllcual respurahon for her flrsf and class
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In 1957 a cety law made It compulsory for teen agers to complete a
drivers tralnmg course In order to obtain an operators license
Sunce that tnme Mumford s Drovers Educatnon classes have been filled
to capacuty Any student who was at least 15 years old was elnguble to
elect the course Older students were given pruornty and usually filled the
classes whuch could only accommodate 360 pupils each semester
The course lasted 20 weeks wnth 45 hours In the class room and 15
hours on the road Students were taught mechanics and correct drlvnng
by Mr Donald McNair and Mr Davud Russell In cars provided by the
Board of Educatnon
A duploma In the form of a certnflcate was given to those who success
fully completed the course
Through the lnstruct on of Mr Davud Russell the seemungly complicated automobile engme becomes understandable
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p I g ow e co ors esngnafe hulls and valleys
Jerold Myers answers a queshon raised by S 1 Robert A I
g nee I on ihe complicated mechanism of the M 1 nfle being
assem ed by Gerald Simons
Advanced ROTC sfudenis practice on the rufle range under fhe supervnslon of M!Sgt Suchelu
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cedure by Master Sergeant Zygmunt Sucheclu
and has assoclate Sergeant Farst Class Walter
Heavy emphasls was placed on dnll and
small unut tactucs Actual trannmg m nHe usage
was guven on the speclal ROTC rnfle range an
the school s basement
Cadets advanced In rank according to
scholastlc achaevements and perfectnon un mul:
The ROTC year was hnghlughted by the
Mllutary Ball and clty wlde fleld day Awards
at the field day were gnven for overall per
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"Present arms", is the usual order as the ROTC cadets are checked for neatness and precision.
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Though 1hey'd rafher be ou! swimming, some seniors
have to si! through the summer sessions with Mr, Maxwell
Hulchinson, social sfudies inslrudor, in order fo reach
their long awaifed graduafion.
Richard A. McCabe Brenda Nowalski
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Michael DW0l'klf1 Arnold M. Faliclc Fern Fishkind Arlene B. Gibbs
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Jimm Heddle Gail Hochman Russell Hoffman lrva Honeyman
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Elizabeth Pickman Ellen Robinson Sally Rogler Laurence Schluggel
Ivan S. Bloch
Harvey S. Shapiro
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Alvin I. Silverstein
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Awaiting the closing moments of graduation, seniors of
August, 1958, listen to the words of valedictorian Gail
Burkow, as she ends her commencement speech with the
class motto, "For what shall it profit man if he shall gain
the whole world, and lose his own soul?"-Mark 8:36.
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Russi W. Welch Anita L. Winstock Roberta Zwirn
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Edwin Barns Sandra Barshtz
Ronald Bernstein Susan Bicoll Lo,-refa Blau
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l-0U'5 Braun Gloria Brenner Charles Brewer
Ph'l'P Chl-'UQ Anita Clark Donald L Cohen
Sanford Ashmann William Ash Michael Balamut
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Alan Bennett Phyllis Ber e Gerald Berlin
Gerald Blechman Ralph Blesma
Lllllan Brown Janice Chess
David Cook John Crawford
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Gettmg the January Sensor Class underway thus year was the task of
the Senior Steering Committee led by Chairman Gulbert Pearlman
The commuttee composed of twenty one sensors was chosen from mem
bers of each study hall on the basus of thenr scholastuc achuevements extra
curricular actlvltues and ablllty In organlzatlonal actlvutles
Under the supervnsuon of Mr John McDand of the Mathematucs Depart
ment and Mr Herbert Timmons of the Business Educatlon Department
the committee organized class electuons and planned for the semesters
JANUARY 1959 SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE Standmg R Seated R Leonard S Sarlro S Bncoll B Yolles W Muller
Rosman H Kanter Mr Herbert Tnmmons Csponsorl Mr John Pearlman V Patton P Deldrnch S Eastman P Krakow
McDaud Csponsorl F Stennhardt Gendler
Around table L Borger S Bogorad A Zalc S Teltelbaum
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Seated nn front of table left to rnght C Wetsman B Kohen M Arkun M Klunover
Standmg Mr Herbert Tnmmons CSemor advusorj A Ruch
Seated around table E Braver P Renter A Sugar G ardson H Fruedman Mr John McDald QSemor advnsorl
Chucorel S Dworm M Llpson Cchanrmanl N Harley A
Leadung another class unto full swung for thenr last term at Mumford
was the Sensor Steermg Commnttee of June 1959 Headed by Chatrman
Marty Lnpson the commuttee of twenty members planned for the year s first
event the electron of omcers for the largest class nn Mumford s hlstory
Sponsored by Mr Herbert Tummons and Mr John McDald the Steermg
Commnttee was dusbanded as the newly elected officers took over theur
Howard Fruedman Marne Scruggs
Vnce Presldent Secretary
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Shirley Batchko Claude Beach Sharon Bean Mayvin Beckman
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Sharon Bloom Stephen Bodzm Phnlnp Borden Denms Borg Melvyn Bonn
Gnlbert Brudges Stuart Brodsky
Vuctor Borowsky Anuta Bostrom
Carl Botvlmck Ins Botwm
Eda Braver Judy Brenner
Robert Brokenshnre Larry Brook Paul Brookenthal Abby Brown
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Seymour Burg Arlene Burk Barbara Burk
Adele Bussell Charles Byrd Andrew Camden
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Stephen Dvorin Robert Dworman
Linda Eisenberg David Elazaf
Pleased w th the prospect of sporting one
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ensembles seniors want their turn to b
measured for graduation garb
Lida Epstein Jeffrey Ericson
Marlene Feinstein Sharon Feldman Sheldon Feldman Stuart Feldman
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Seniors mark an X for the officers they believe best
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Phyllis Friedman Rayma Fuller Nelson Gantz Ng,-een Gangz Gilbert Getz
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Janice Glnckman Kenneth Glinter Wi ma o
Richard Golden Jack Goldenberg Dianne Goldfarb Allan Goldline
Laurel Goldman Miriam Goldman Nancy Goldman Jonathan Goldsmith
l G ld t Stuart Goldstein Riva Goodis Danny Goodman James
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Sharon Ginsberg Cindy Gittleman
Edward Goldberg Frederick Goldberg
Anita Goldman Jacqueline Goldman
Beverly Goldstein Irma Goldstein
Goodman Margaret Goodman
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Charles Gottlneb Irene Graff
Joyce Greenberg Judnth Greenberg James Greene
Clsfford Greenluck Harruet Gross
Lmda Gottfned Susan Gottfurcht
Bella Greenbaum Harruett Greenbaum
Nucene Grossman Ronald Grossmann Patrlcla Gunn Allan Gurvutz Madonnah Hannes
d H l Lawrence Harwm Barbara Harwoods Ronald Hasso
Richard Hare Ne ar ey
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Janet Jackson John Jacob Charles Jacobowutz
Marshall Jacobs Robert Jacobs
Duane Jeremnas Frederick Johnson
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Judith Joseph Jay Kadashaw
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Bruce Kaplan Juduth Kaplan
Bruce Kelden Judlth Keller
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Madelon Klunover Mildred Knowles
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Jay Korelitz Glenda Korn
David Tannenbaum Edward Krass
Marcia Krupp Wallace Krywko
Gary Kukes Muchael Kukes Mlchael Kurland Gary Kushner
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Sharon Levune Gerald Levmson Judy Levmson
Ron Layne Sanford Layne Arlene Leder
Brlan Letvnn Lester Levere Ruth Levnant
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Arthur Levine Estelle Levine Lawrence Levme
Phnllnp Levy Mary Lewun Paul Llchfer
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Fred Maysels Richard McBurrows Bruce McCrea Sheila Meizler
Leslie Menuck Ellen Merkle Barbara Merson Reginald Metoyer
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Arlene Miller Brenda Miller David Miller Elilabeth Miller
Seniors wait patiently in line
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Joan Miller John Miller Richard Miiler Sandra Miller
Sharon Mitteldorf Judith Moglovkin Patricia Mohr Beverly Moore Ronald Morrison Debby Mosher
Douglas Moss Gloria M055
Jerry Nosanchuk Shnrley Novetsky
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Louls Myers Ronna Naumark
Wendy Newman Robert Nlskar
Maurece Opperer John Owen
Lunda Perlus Deana Pholslos
Myra Polaroff Barbara Polasky
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Ann Rogun Rosalmd Rom
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David Shevntz Henry Shevitz
Debbie Shuster Jessie Shwayder
Bruce Scholnick Nancy Schroeder Nancy Schulman
Gloria Seeman Benson Selitsky James Serwer
Peter Shapiro Linda Shaw Beverly Sher Alan Sherman
Touring the city, seniors
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Susan Siegel Paulo Silva Johanna Silver
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Larry Smuk Robert Slatkm
Ray Sneider Richard Snyder
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Ronald Spector Sandra Sperling
Gerald Starr Jerold Starr
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Marcia Spevakow Joseph Stamell
Jerome Starr Ronald Stearn
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Eleanor Stern Joel Stern Paul Stern
Florene Stuart Arlvne Sugar
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Leslie Victor Leon Waldman
Richard Weinberg Ruth Weinberger Howard Weindling
Elaine Weinstein Michael Weinstein
Sander Weiss Monica WGS?
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Nina Woolf Hanley Yorke
Margaret Zeiger James Zrimec
Joel White Joanne Whitworth
As the last day of the four X
years comes to a close, seniors
listen attentively to the school
choir as it sings them a final
Gerald Wigod Thomas Wikle
Charlotte Wilson Henry Wineman
Marilyn Wolfe Marcia Wolfgang
Ronald Yourofsky Jerry Zalc
Robert Zwerdling David Rose Stephen Schlesinger
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Best Wishes To
The 1959 Graduates
MAX THE ROAD XHEAD BE
ONE OF HEALTH HXPPINESS
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Today s graduates are entering an excltnng new era where they wull luve better electncally ln every way
at home at work or at play
For example If you choose marrlage you can enjoy an all electrlc home Included wlll be electrlc heat
wlll be the ultimate un modern Iuvlng comfort and convenience
Or If you go Into business efflclent electrically operated machlnes will assist you In getting the job done
swiftly and easily again an Illustration of the versatlllty and dependability of electrlclty
Or uf you go on to college perhaps you wull become one of the sclentusts or technicians who help further
mold the all electric world of the future
No matter whlch path you may choose electrlclty wall be there to lighten your load brighten your way
help you Ilve better electrucally
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Row 2 Allan Gurvnz Jerry Bloomburg Tom Segall Arnie Funk Bob Aplelcar
Row3 Rucky Sweet Allan Kogan James E Lupton Leon Waldman Thomas H llpfon H John Jacobs
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Row l Ron Layne Roberi Cobb Eddy Rodd Gordon
Davis Barry Cohen Gary Roth Ronny Alderman Lee
Friedman Bob Nislxar Hershel Kashdan
Row 2 Cal Isaacs Gary Richmond Ceditorl Leonard
Franklin fsergeantaf armsl Raymond B Snender lchap
lalnl Sieve Dvorln Cpresndentj Dave Miller Ureasurerj
Mitchell P Scheinlxer Cvice presidentj Rick Lushg Ccor
responding secreiaryj Ray Kalef Cadvisorl Jerry Isaacs
Row 3 Roberl Augus? Richard Felch Harvey Franklnn
Sandy Klein Stephen L Schlesinger Harvey Rubin Sam
Young Carl Kahn Marshall Jacobs Ernie Hari Phil
Levy Larry Sllels
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Row l: Gary Kushner, Alton Lazar, Larry Kafkowsky, Alan Magid, Stuart Cohen, Norman Miller, Paul Pesick.
Row 2: Norman Ross fcorresponding secrefaryl, Bob Dworman fchaplainj, Shel Feldman lvice-presidenfl, Roberf
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Row 3: Brian Lefvin, Jef? Blarf, Phil Borden, Bill Barris, Phil Ober, Larry Bernstein, Jerry Weingarien, Barry
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KARP DRUG CO.
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Row 1 Nelson Farran ladvnsorl Muke Cuhler fvnce
presldenil .I L Wedner Denms Pad Davud Kersh
Don Bansh Ed Goldberg
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Open Every Day Carry Ouf Service nw 7 ,Me Rd
19118 LIVERNOIS AVENUE DIAMOND 1 8410
17600 WYOMING AVENUE UNIVERSITY 3 7966
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to meet neyy lI'lCIlllS yshue you yyork young, people
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tlme And hoyy about a XHCHIIOII yylth pay?
Then there 5 the matter of a pay cheek lt H mee to
haye a salary thats Hood from the Start and keeps
Uettme better yyxth revular lnereu-em
There may be a job l1ke tlns for you at the ttlephone
Xou Ililfllt quallfy as a teltphone operator
teller a eaohler, or a clerk those are juet some of tht
many IIIICTC tmv yohs other ffrads lrom your school haye
found at N114 lllf an Bell Xml there s a chance to udyanee
lll eyexy one of tho e job
lelephont ysork tloesn t dun mtl prey nous expentlut,
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Row 1 Arlene Aronoff Tern Faxsrem Leslie Sklar Barbara Tenebaum Fayclare Sand Ellyn Berk Paula Tencller
Row 2 lngrld Boodm lcorrespondmg secrelaryl Jere Gotffurchf fsergeanl at armsl Arlene Muller lvlce
presldenfj Kahe Deutch fpresndentj Cheryl Bornstem lrecordung secrelaryj Ellen Teal freporierl Lynne Alpert
ftreasurerj Pamela Rubm Creporferl
Row 3 Marcia Zacks Annette Rader Pat Fisher Elnnor Marks Rosalue Zdanowncz Rochelle Flelscher Gall
Chlcorel Carol Zeager Barbara Berk Joanne Markey Adrienne Baron laurel Bauman Caryl Prugan
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Row 1 Ruchard Blondy Jamesl Fernberg Mnchael Heudema
Row 2 Jerry Maxmen Kchaplaml Rlchard Wnshnetsky lcorrespondmg secretaryj Tom Kuhn QVICQ presadentj
Stu Freedman ledltorb Bull Sklar lpresldentl Mnke Kohleruter ltreasurerl Marian Lelchtman lrecordung secretaryj
Harry Krueger Cpledge masterl
Row 3 Stephen Wittenberg owar a y
Gerald Turner lldVlS0f, Jerold Euchner Harvey Neuman Make Sampson Howard Bennett Sandy Friedman
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Row 2 Rosahe Eusman Lmda August Fran Lalund Judy Moss Barbara Fmlrel Ina Gold
Row 3 Ins Botwln lrecordung secrataryl Nan Goldman lcorrespondmg secretaryl Dorothy Borden ltreasurerl
Sharon Gmsburg fpresldentl Rosanne Beman Ccounselcrj Mrk: Forman lvuce presldentj Mrs Rena Sovel
Row 4 Judy Feder Esther Greenberg Elalne Harrns Judne Bonnstenn Myra Adelman Carol Adler Dame Zef
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Rowl Vncky Sluefman Carolyn Loren Debbne Gussun Phyllns Jacobs Rena Browarny Barbara Pollak Annette
Mltz Bobbi Lerman Barbara Lev Carol Kent Margory Fettner fadvlsorl
Row 2 Barbara Muller Susan Rubm Annette Emmer Rosalyn Loren lrecordmg secretaryl Elyse Salnnger LVICE
presudentl MICHI Grossberg Creporterj Dolores Nochman Cpresudentj Barbara Onnclw lcounselorl Estelle Stern
Ccorrespondnng secretaryl Marnlyn Loren Ctreasurerj Barbara Rezmck Sandra Greenstem
Row 3 Nancy Davls, Sandy Stenner, Adruenne Onrlch, Carol Rnchman, Roberta Rosenberger, Beverly Rose, Ruth
Fldler, Lmda Kent, Barbara Bernstem, Beth Wemgarden, Elame Buederman, Louisa Palmer
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Row 'I Gloria Seeman Maggie Zeuger Lena Karbel lhlslorlanj Beverly Roih Brenda lesson lrma Siarr Sheila
Row 2 Pa? Renter Icounselorl Susan Rosenblatl Crecordmg secretaryj Ruthy Kellman fpresndenfl Bonnie
Weinstein ltreasurerj Riva Goodis fvice presidenfb Charlowe Dworm fcorrespondmg secrelaryl
Row 3 Maxine Drexler Dianne Goldfarb Bonnie Klaymen Annette Muller Marnlynn Shear Jill Haron Lada
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Row l: Elinor Altschuler Phyllis Friedman Carol Singer Irma Goldston Dororhy Sandler Harriet Cohen.
Row 2: Sheila Barill ladvisorl Carol Levin Ctreasurerj Shary Anne Winer Cpresidenlj Ruth Levienf isergeant-at
armsl Fran Green Linda Shaw lcorresponding secretaryj.
Row 3: Beverley Czeizler Sue Ellen Kronick Sharon Mifteldorl Marilyn Alenco Carol Rabinowifz Lenore
Mendelsohn Aviva Tlntch.
Row l Linda Sampson Judy Karo Nancy Harold Judy Schultz Sandy Wmkelman Brenda Barr Duane Tulle
Row 2 Gerry Furfh Sharon Manhaimer fcorresponding secretaryl Judy Okren! fcorrespondmg secrelaryl
Ilene Haas ffreasurerl Edie Braver lvrce president! Barbara Freedman lpresudenfl Janey Cohen Csecrefaryl
Margarei Goodman Kms! mofherl Iva Jean Switzer Lynn Smokler ladvlsorj
Row 3 Nancy Freedman Bev Glnns Paula Siegel Rita Hooberman Susan Rubensleln Sharon Muslcovnty
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Row l. Judi Tenn Donna Feldman Carol Gaynes Jill Sobel Gaul Roggnn.
Row 2: Judy Lepofsky Cireasurerj Peggy Cohen Crecording secretaryl Sheila Josephson lpresidenil Susan
Rosenblafi fvice-president? Jane Warshaw Ccorresponding secretaryj.
Row 3: Rima Granoff Linda LaKri1z Sara Krause Renee Wasserman Barrie Hirsch Barbara Lit! Marilyn Bahr.
That lmportant dav when you recelve
your dlploma wlll soon arrive And
we Jom wlth your frxends and famlly
ln offerlng our congratulatlons As
your hfe IS punctuated by the pleas
ant excltement of graduatlon day
accept your dlploma as a symbol of
a Job well done Let It carry you
forward as you move on ln educatlon
or begln your career Your frlends at
the. Mlchlgan Consolldated Gas
Company wlsh you contmued suc
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MICHIGAN CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY
Congratulation , Graduates
Best Wishes fo the Class of '59 TINTING HAIR SHAPING COIFFURES
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congratuluhons io the groduaies C0mpIlmenIS of
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The Caprr has attempted to present the
hughlughts of the past year ln an Informal and
mterestmg format We hope you are pleased
wnth the fruit of our efforts
Besudes the credut whnch deservedly be
longs to those acknowledged on the follow
mg page recognltlon must be given to the
members of the edntorlal and business staffs
Thenr cooperation and excellent efforts were
nnduspensable nn the produchon of thus year
Behind all of us were the two faculty mem
bers who provnded the leadership and asslst
ance wuthout whuch September s plans mvght
have become Junes failure The gratitude
and respect whuch we have for Mr Charles
Kaufman and Mr Jay Bodznn are due to a
most enloyable assocnahon during the past
Worknng on the Capri has been an enloy
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pages 50 and 5' courtesy Chlcago and North Western Ranlroad
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Busuness Education Department
Cross Country Team
Current Affairs Club
Driver Education Department
Field Hockey Team
Fine Arts Department
Football Team Reserve
Football Team Varsity
Foreign Language Department
Future Teachers Club
Girls Athletic Association
Health Education Department
Health Education Malors
Human Relations Club
Junior Drama Cllnlc
Modern Dance Workshop
Otticers January Class
Ofticers June Class
Radio Broadcasters Guild
Science C ub
Senior Steering Committee June
Social Studies Department
Swimming Team Boys
Swimming Team Girls
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Tennis Team Girls
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