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Q' B X . , :wr ,' Q E '- Nt 1 .' 0 Q 0 -."'. uv.. ws 2 -......-- viiiiii ill' fm X I ff'.:--- 0 e .D oy 0 - GJ ?q ll lfl'l',' Our sincere appreciation goes to the following people whose help and cooperation have made this yearbook possible: Mrs. Pauline Galvarro, sponsor, who patiently helped and guided us when we need- ed assistance, Mr. Joseph Vogel, representative of the Artmaster Yearbook Company, who taught and advised us in the making of our yearbook, Mr. Anthony Comunale and Mr. Wayne Brill of Marshall Studio, photographers, who were very cooperative in taking and printing our photographs, The college faculty, who have shown much interest and given valuable assistance to the yearbook staff, Our fellow students, who have supported us by working with staff members on the various sections of the yearbook. -4- con'ren'rs We begun o new experience ond onofher yeor feofures through every phose of college life we ore encouroged To develop feorures foculfy ocodemuc closses we evoluoie progress ond recognize ochlevemenf feofures sensors snops odvertlsements Index 12 16 26 ' 34 42 orgonizotions 54 74 ' 82 106 ' H1 ' H6 -5- quam NMUMUIHHC .,..,g.,, To Dr. Eugene B. Cantelupe A genuine concern for each of us .. . a sympathetic understanding of our problems ... a vitality that stimulates our curiosity ... all these are part of a devotion to a chosen profession which makes him a teach- er with the creative proficiency of an artist. His willingness to share those little informal and informative experiences which give us a better understanding of the arts has put the "human" in his humanities classes. Even Venus has become part of our everyday lives! ln appreciation for what he has brought to us we gratefully dedicate this book to him ... Dr. Cantelupe ... teacher extraordinaire! A teacher affects eternity, he can never tell where his influence stops. Henry Brooks Adams -7- 1 -. , ,lv P American higher education needs to have a re-affirmation of its goals and obiectives in the light of an ever-changing world filled with tensions and challenges. We must never lose sight of the need forthe education of the "whole" individual, which includes his moral and spiritual as well as physical, intellectual and social development. We have a concern for the integrity of the individual and the contribution that he can make to society and the free world. At National College of Education we have always had the growth of each individual as our primary objective with the realization that education of a teacher should be broad enough to include not only what is needed for the professional "know-how", but an under- standing of the broad areas of general education. We believe that an understanding and appreciation of the "liberal arts" is basic to a well-educated person. A teacher must be such a person. Through this approach to higher education a teacher broadens his own intellec- tual base by keeping a free and open mind and reaching decisions only after careful con- sideration. One ofthe real strengths in American higher education is this "liberal" ap- proach, through which the individual is taught to think and to express himself. We often are on the defensive when the critics attack modern education and assert we need to "build" more scientists and technologists. It may be true that we need more and better technical experts, but we also need more and better people with specialties in all fields of learning. The challenge facing us in the months and years ahead will not be that of producing a nation of scientists, mathematicians, etc., but that of building a program that will continue to respect and meet the needs of each individual in a free and democratic society. K. Richard Johnson, President -9- Jn ,flflemrfrzam On March 26 1959 National lost one of its staunchest friends with the passing of former faculty member Marguerite Culkins Taylor From 1926 until poor health forced her retirement from full time teaching in 1947 it was a rare student who had not come under the influence of her teaching and in terpretation of the principles of art as applied to the everyday world Color texture and line assumed new meanings for her classes as she lectured introduced specific exam- ples and encouraged her students to try for themselves-the different media of art forms ln 1933 the feeling of her students for her fine qualities both personaland professional was expressed in a dedication of the year book. To Marguerite Culkins Taylor in sincere appre ciation of the creative genius which she brings to the recurring problems of plays, festivals, and the Annual, and of her for greater contribution to the College in the fostering of an apprecia tion among her students, of the enduring beauty of the finer things of life, we dedicate this, the eighteenth volume of The National " 10 V:-3,..v , N Q 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 , . 1 I , i i I - This year the Board of Trus- tees of National College of Educa- tion elected a new President, Chris- tian E. Jarchow. Mr. Jarchow is the retired Executive Vice-President of International Harvester Company, past President of Controllers Insti- tute of America, and former Presi- dent and member of the Board of Education of New Trier Township High School. We are fortunate in- deed to have a man of Mr. Jar- chow's background and experience associated with our College. . The Board of Trustees appoints the President approves the faculty and has the authority to execute all the affairs of National College of Education Officers and members of the Board Ore: Christian E. Jarchow President John M Tuttle Assistant Secretary Albin E. Carlson, Vice President Eugene L Voss Treasurer R0befT C- Keck, VJCG PfeSldenT Gordon M Jones Assistant Treasurer William Sutherland Secretary Arthur C. Allyn, Jr. Mrs Raymond P Lowrie William H. Barnes Philip Schnering Mrs. Alfred R. Bates Joseph F Wanberg Marguerite Stitt Church C N Wesley Mrs. Burt J. Denman Elmer K Zitzewitz Harry K. DeWitt K Richard Johnson Ex officio Robert A. Fergusson Fred A Cuscaden Honorary Life Trustee Mrs. Benedict K. Goodman Mrs Alexander W Moseley Honorary Life Trustee Palmer Jones We begin ca new experienc A worm welcome for new sfudenfs I m . A ,V ' yuh .EMM -K gm Lew All in line for FOOD... of the All-School Plcnlc ' napa E-cg-,.f - ond onofher yeor 9 7,25 vm Qvf i n r Books ond bulls 7 W ? I 3 X sf' Club Rush Week seekmg new members ' 4 i I I 1 i 13- 3 Vvfb 'W Q. wk, Yfxi Y Q M W4 Q x xdm Q XM 9 X72 ff! ' mg 4 wr Q l 3 , 1 SA :S X5-we Q, ya!! 7 Q 5 f Q X L 1 1 'X ' S O P h O m O F 8 S welcomed new taces and ii -Hoot Nanny Night- Funny, funny i familiar laces at mixer. 9' i. e e e 55, 5,- f L 1 taculty found in skit. "They could have laughed all night" "Why Not! - 15 - through every phase of college llfe Practice-r preparation : play 1 5 A show that really got on the road. "'f", Children's Play "Land of The Dragon" lqve are encouraged 'ro develop Books and more books al the Book Fair. 4 N-4K,.-.! . On December 4 The senior class presented their dance - "The Continental" - al The Sherry Hotel. Floating roses and The floating music of Bob Lynch and his band made if a won- derful evening for all who attended. , - 17 - .J Thanksgiving Assembly . . .a True sharing experience 'I Christmas Cratorio -- Handel's "Messiah Theres a song in the air -18- Christmas Assembly. . . "Amahl and the Night Visitors Gefhng the Chrustmos splrlf Season s Greehngs Senior-Freshman Tree Trim from The dorm 'Q fu pr is--' 4""' in They were there. . . Registration Red Tope L W Wwgtu il M even Santo TA Christmas Dinner ni.N "i-'Qi. .r sigfii - 4. AL Q ff " -r,, - A gn, ,,,:: 3rd floor 2nd floor Mode if closs cIosed3' sf floor -20- Mid-year commencement An Recognition for ochievement -'N .,. ,A H Q HI And The snows come ond come ond come Some Ice cream os we discuss hot Issues Those serious fellos! "Belles ond Beoux" The freshman couple donce Belles ond Beoux wos held on Februory 6 In the Plon osflc doncers enloyed o wonderful evening Feshvol Wrmng Commltfee Pre-reheorsol loughs 22 foflon Room of The Evonsfon YMCA Enthusi- "Carnival Capers" 'W From a kissing booth to accurate fortune telling -1 Fun tor all and all tor tun C 3' , Wg ' ffl KN ,f"' vga' ,-11",', , f "."' . r' 1 ' - . ' f . ,f ' f .1 M X , I ? 35715-'I lu, Pl' I' 1 ff, Capable service with a smile-- Helen Kniskern, College Council President 1960-61 Mary Counsell, College Council President i959-60 -23- Noflonol SOCIOIITSS Coughf In cn corner A Teacher must momfcun The upper hdnd All good things come fo on end -24- Eyemg thcaf food eh? Festival ot the Arts March 22 - April 3 Mark Twain's "Huckleberry Finn", adapted by Dr. Kidder, gives audience enioyment and actors a sense ot accomplishment. The choir sings Brahams' A'Requiem" and Blocns "Sacred Service' -25- MN 4 X CLC1-L 2 X , xy X WJ kfw will mx L John Henry Dougherty come to the science deportment of Notnonol College nn l949 from the Mlchlgon Stote College Boord ot Exomlners where he wos osslstont professor Snnce then he hos become on nmportont tngure on the N C E scene Eoch yeor he odmlnlsters the entronce ond scholorshlp exoms os well os the sophomore testtng progrom He IS olwoys more thon wllllng to give lndlvlduol help ond oddu tlonol explonotlon to ony student Mr Dougherty recelved has B S degree from Dickinson College Pennsylvonno ond has M A from Syrocuse Unlverslty He tought ot Denison Unnverslty ond ot Syro cuse Unuversuty From l950 to l955 he served on the Skokle Boord of Educotlon He as the outhor of numerous ortlcles thot hove oppeored an the Chlcogo Sun doy Tribune .lunnor Red Cross Journol Noture Noturol Hustory ond Scsence Dngest To you Mr Dougherty the students of Notuonol College express theur oppre clotlon ond thanks for your understondlng ond potlence ot oll tlmes' 28 5 . I ' , 'Www' S ' s 4 , 3 5 t l my Q ,f ',, ' V ' -7 x 5 ' ,, i 1 I , . , . . . . l I lg , - t S . . . , , t - , ' I ' t I . . , . i W - l l I I I I ' t I . - l l - l I I ' l l i ' 9 5-.PX W-W 5 AQ ,Q ,V S 7 j f 5.f w ..3?lIg: fl si AGNES ADAMS ELIZABETH BERRY EUGENE CANTELUPE MARION CARSWELL M.A., Ph,B, Mg., B.A. Ph.D. M.F.A., B.A. Direcfor of Childrens School Education Music Hvmvnifies HELEN CHALLAND Ph.D., M.A., B.E. Science LLOYD COUSINS M. Mus., B. Mus.Ed. Music JOHN DAUGHERTY M.A., Sc.B. Science-Mathematics fn-:QW in Em fmt' ,,. Q IONE DAVLIN DON DlNKMEYER CHARLES DORN JEAN DUFFY A.B. Ph.D., M.A., B.S., B.P.E. Ed.D., M.A., B.A. M.A., B.S. DOl'fT1ilOI'Y Psychology Aff Physical Education , -29- I R9 'W' -an E 4 ff W WM' ,Qin RUTH FORD B S A B PAULINE GALVARRO Ph D M A A B Education Dean ot Students r RICHARD GORSKI M B S 'ff' mlm New NNW DAYTON GRAFMAN M Mus B Mus Dlrector of Admlsssons aw Arm RM, M EDWARD HA-RDY JR M A B A Physical Education YL ' DOLORES GRANSTRAND M E B E Education ROBERT HARTMAN M B S Registrar 2 whfmgi ,Aww Y' Afgfa 1 VJ sizziw V , KATHERINE HUDSON MARJORIE HUNTER DOROTHY JOHNSON OLIVE JOHNSON Education M Mus , B Mus A B , B S BE Musnc Education Educahon 30 K V' f' , f w,,s , , 1 . !.,,.. U I In, - A - A N' 'X , 4 4 f' ' ' ..., .... A , , - J, 1 it ,, . , if Vw , I ,Z TEM , ,,., , , .:., J , s Z ,V 7 A, is J ,M vl,1,11 .v S, ix M A J X , I If I 'V 5 If F' :if j 1,211 I, if ' ' ks ' Y If - H A Q Q" . . as J , 9 1, E. , AA, I f L V ,,,,, I, S. I ' - S z,Q',g A 1. 3 V ml ,N Wff '4' z" f. n ww ff f I' fm- Z , wc, .. ' J-wt-,'-1,5 .' 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" 'f , , ' 5, 4r.vIs '-"' - ' H :f'ffIfI'ii'Ht? ff-:ff - 51411. we-e:.z'f'i,v f ' KH EL MARKEN ' ' ' 'V - 'fr ' . ,- 2 I , 0 af- Witt. 9 5 Q , ' ' ?25:4"?T','I2:f USIUQSS GHOQSV 1, - LINFORD MARQUART A.M., A.B. Social Science I ' ,xi 4 J ,Maxi Q2 ' i'f' I I EILEEN NELSON MARY-LOUISE NEUMANN M.Ed., B.E. B.S. in L.S., A.B. Education Library AVIS MOORE M.A., B,A, Social Science - - 'WW had 'ia-1 2 -dl' WW fist E ALBERTINE NOECKER MARY WATSON PALMER RUTH POWERS W RAY RUCKER M B S n L S Ed D M A A B Education Director of Public ReIations Library College Dean nd,-.ff'Y mem.-f Nw' IDA SIMMONS M A B A Education lv M5 ELIZABETH SPRINGSTUN M A Ph B ucation WREN STALEY RUTH STUHR WILLIAM TARENKO Ph.D., M.A., B.A. A.M., A.B. M.Ed., A.B. English Social Science Education -32- EULALIA STADE Artist Diploma Music 'Q W. LEWIS TROYER Ph.D. B.D., B.A. Director of Graduate Studies ll MARGARET VAUGHN DOROTHY WALLER NORMA WOOSLEY M.E., B.E. B.A., B.S., L.S. B.E. Education Library Admissions 1-ww iiiii ii T . l,i- 2,. DORWI N ZAPPE M.A., B.E. A Education FACULTY NOT PICTURED Margaret Bird Virginia Byington Cecilia A. Cyrier Frances Dortort Irwin K. Feinstein Edna L. Forrey Virginia Gorman , -33- Doreen A. Hanck Ruth Hosutt Sylvia C. Landsman Elsie P. Lerman Mary H. Pope Janet Rees Bertha Stavrianos T ff: f ' f ' .62 ' Wu, ,., fx fi Q It ' ' 4 , 2 5,11 1.1.2 J Y K .,.. . 5.-QM .I , .4.- Kf. . .A ,s f 1.5 -.L .Is f, V f X Y-QA-.4 4 J 9 ,i J'-3' ali v L v fi N, ,A 4... 3 1 f if ...w . . ELZABE YOCUM M.Ed., B.S. Education fu N x W ll 9 WL K ,fs q jrobcdewcglfwijk L X f x + il.. +L Qfr ii: 'UWM 2 XXV! l Q J 2221 N mil academic 'AA Hysfericol Historical" Linford Morquorf - U.S. History X, "Under The bom, under the boo. . .' Eugene Contelupe, Lloyd Cousins Wren Sfoley - Humonifies T "lt's a what-o-saurus?" Helen Challand - Science for Teachers "Hardy activities build hardy bodies." Edward Hardy - Play Activites in the Elementary School 'A 10 mmufe speech - are you Kiclding? Roberf Kidder - Speech "All Togefher now -1-2-3." Moriorie Hunter - Music Educofion .....,,,,b-.Mina "I know, Teacher, I knowiw William Tarenka 1 5th Grade f Q Wm gpm 5 :W O . ' 22' ,V A R 'Sky' 5' "Once upon a time. . Margaref Lindrnan - Liferafure for Children- ? 1 ff' -f ' if 1453,-J4 if ,wif , , , QU , 419' ,y' A nw' 7 :F 52 is A A cl Mm My eye works luke Thls2l John Dougherty Physlcol Science sgsr l'Now, when he ploces The block This woy..." Doreen Honck - Child Psychology Wi. W' QR igwf "What - iMoore' maps!" Avis Moore - Social Studies in the Elementary School "Tension verus Tortionu Richard Gorski - Art in the Elementary School. ""' ' wc F! 231 s L X Clif classes ...Z TW fi? f HW3 LTU xx ..,,M V H X M ji? XX U, R Q C? A may My rumors c ass 6 ROWT G Geusman l. Roulluff B Hayes T Maler E Tucker V Tolk J Jqcobgon J Goodman S Tyler J Johnson E Burneff J Fanfus ROW 2 B Kay S Seifert B Hanna J Dearung C Hazel W Grossman MnssCl'1alland D Sfaflnskl H Knuskern A Tatsch M Ward M J Langdon M Cafemls A Blake A Slumabukuro ROW 3 R Sarnon B Addis R Schwartz J Noble J Wnldermufh B Ross B Sclnelb F Rafner S Jaffe D Morgan , N. 44 u n ' ' 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 . , . , - 1 - 1 . , . , . ' ' I ' f ' l ' I ' I ' f l ' f , . , . , . . , . , . , . - - 1 ' 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 - 1 ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 . 1 ' X 1 T .af-av: . ROW T: J. Lauer, M. Reynolds, J. Baron, C. Eidinger, E. Swalgren, E. Collins, C. Reckitt, L. Thomas, S. Bren- ner, J. Ahlstrom, B. Bieker, L. Alm ROW 2: E. Hatcher, M. Faassen, T. Smith, S. Schmitt, J. Schloss, A. Karzen, S. Kaplan, L. Lewellen, B. La- Rocque, M. Conrad, A. Paruolo, l. Bergatt, S. Herbstman, M. McDowell ROW 3: M. Hochberger, M. Einbinder, K. Maremont, R. Bloom, J. Harrington, J. Gordon, B. Rosenthal, B. Grossman, M. Jackson The Juniors' love for parties and fun began this year with a party at Miss Challand's home to raise funds tor the iunior dance, which was held at the Mount Prospect Country Club. Among other things they sponsored a bake sale and a sweater rattle. This year the iuniors have worked together as a group supporting Nationals ideals. -45- u Nc il Oao Fst st i c e r s SEATED: Wynne Grossman, treosurer, Miss Challand, sponsor, Carol Hazel, secretary STANDING: Dee Statinski, vice-president, Helen Kniskern, president, Not Pictured: -Jane Dearing, social-chairman Party Lovin' Juniors! CABINET OFFICERS: Beverly Addis, Activities Commit- tee, Amy Shimabukuro, Publicity, Betty Hanna, Points and Revisions Committee: Marilyn Conrad, Citizenship Committee Cabinet Officers: Reta Ross, Points and Revisions Committee, Bette Jo Lush, Curriculum Committee, Toni Hatcher, Activities Committee, Susie Mueller, Citizenship Committee, Rhoda Newman, Citizen- ship Committee Easter Parade? Q N 7 A sophomore f i gf l 5, ,,,, p i.. class i ,p officers rf Lt- SEATED: Susu Hirata, vice-president, Mrs. Woosley, sponsor, Peg Schrottky, president STANDING: Ruth Brown, treasurer, Bill Brownlie, social chairman, Not Pictured: Sharon Hruby, secretary -47- ROW lr M. Hubbard, B. J. Lush, S. Berman, P. Berwanger, L. Young, L. Mueller, D. Slufz, E. Palmer ROW 2: R. Newman, E. Bolton, D. Mills, M. Lewis, V. Burk, J. Miller, R. Anders, S. Hruby, P. Jesse ROW 3: P. Brunson, S. Smith, B. Brown, S. Smith ROW 4: J. Berggren, S. Gordon ROW 5: l. Danforth, R. Ross sophomores class of l962 -48- With o Sponish motif ond much gusto, the Sophomore Closs begon on octive yeor with their successful mixer-donce, "Lo Plozo del Toro". Through much genuine cooperotion from the closs members, other octivities were sponsored, which included the Doisy Choin--the onnuol tribute to the groduoting Seniors--ond the issuing of student directories. These octivities served not only os sources of tun ond funds, but olso os devices for unifying closs spirit ond directing it toword greoter ond stronger support of N. C. E. ROW l: B. Komin, K. Anderson, M. Cupinski, M. Adler, R. Brown, J. Woterhouse, L. Roberts, J. Troik ROW 2: R. Reiewski, P. Yotes, L. Vos, L. King, B. Brownlie, O. Morkhom, P. Schrottky, G. Selznick, J. Try- bus, G. Steword ROW 3: H. Bortosch, T. Hotcher, I. Golden, S. Meredith, S. Hiroto ROW 4: J. Modsen, G. Stone ROW 5: R. Oliver, J. Moses, J. Neuckronz ?l.Zf'5m ff ' it N v 1 Q 1 K Nl 5 'Y 7 'E T' vi 1 'A' 4 Q 1 .. V07 -49- freshmen c oss l 963 SEATED ROWl M Goldberg L Grngernch S Choplunsku E Shorpe J Fox J Sager M Coleman O Robrns ROW 2 J l-llroto M Berzeluus L Cloyton M E Ruh B Glllnlond U l-lolzgrefe E Rodde ROW 3 J Cohen A Johnson S Chllds J Houser G Albermr S Youssr STANDNG J Peterson A Vonetf M Mueller N Bcrrlle B Butterworth C Fellelsen M Lowenteld E Euros S Coll J Hosern P Thuy J Schreiber . . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . , . , . , . . , . , . ' , . . . , . , . , . , . , . I . , . , . , . , . , . , . , 1 - 1 A 1 - 1 - -50- V ii 'X Qfttzwtgwf RWM SEATED ROW T: K. Topf, D. Boroviak, A. Ruggles, M. Goldberg, l. Saxon, S. Wenger ROW 2: M. Meccia, L. Kramer, A. Mack, B. Huddleston, J. Rotz, M. Druck, B. Pam ROW 3: M. Sivak, S. Singer, S, Rushin, H. Lucas, B. Berman STANDING: J. Parker, J. Roberts, P. Scaccia, S. Whitmore, C. Jenkins, D. Park, V, Vespa, M. Karras, L. Ros- enblum, H. Tcheupdiian The freshmen enioyed a very active "first" year. They had bake sales, an ice skating party, a sleigh ride, and, of course, the wonderful Freshman Dance. The town and dorm girls worked closely together to achieve new and lasting friendships with their classmates and loyalty to their college. -51- freshman c ass officers fx vs f'7' "' if J U ff: ' X -.. Q 1 1 3 a at i Q f if 1 f SEATED: Marti Lowenfeld, president, Betty Butterworth, vice- president STANDING: Beverly Berman, social chairman, Shirley Childs, treasurer, Not pictured: Shirley Whitmore, secretary JR" Cabinet Officers Mary Karras Curriculum Commit tee' Jane Hirota Points and Revisions Committee- Jill Peterson Citizenship Committee- Evie Eiras Activities Committee' Judy Schreiber Publicity Chairman- Sher- ry Coll, Activities Committee Ne. tae School spirit??? Mr. Dorn, sponsor the graduate school The college catalog ot 19601961 shows that the Graduate Currrculum IS now duvnded Into tive dltterent programs of specual emphasis 1 For teachers laclang prevuous preparatuon nn ele mentary educatlon l2l For teachers wuth degrees or malors In elementary education emphasns on depth un lnberal arts sublects 3 For certltled experlenced teachers to prepare tor remedual teachung 141 For personnel rn elementary school supervlslon and curruculum development and 5 For personnel ln elementary admlnustratlon ln these ways the Graduate School manltests nts deep concern tor the development ot teachers guidance personnel and admnnlstrators vvho pos sess the hlghest qualltles ot character commutment and professional competence Lewis Troyer Dean ot the Graduate School . . .- . . . . - , " f lfll U . 1 K, l I . .. . I q A. .I . -53- 'S -SZ XX ,X W 5 My Ev-if KT XFQ XX Qc W n LQQ 0 J I J OT'3C?4.'I'L.1.'Z.Cl.JC3.0'Y1S . fri! as flat CD ROWl l Bergott S l-luroto B J Lush S Selfert B Honno ROW2 P Schrottky A Blolce l Leeb H Knlskern K Long ROW 3 M Counsell G Poplce M McDowell presldent B Brownlle W Schlmonskl Mr Grofmon sponsor ombossodors Prospective students get nnslde untormotnon -56 Notlonol s reputcttnon for beung o trlend ly school ns due IH port to the conslstent work ot the Ambossodors These students folthtully serve their school os they generate the en thusnosm ond wormth so lndlcotlve of No tlonol s splrlt .l ROW T: M. Mueller, L. Burnett, B. Gilliland, S. Childs, S. Whitmore ROW 2: G. Geisman, M. Lowenfeld, B. Kay, president, Mr. Hardy, sponsor, L. Vos, C. Hazel, B. Swigert. ROW 3: P. Jesse, P. Schrottky, B. Butterworth, P. Scaccia, G. Robins, vice-president, T. Hatcher, M Conrad. ROW 4: J. Johnson, J. Wildermuth, B. Browne, E. Eiras, G. Alberini, M. McDowell. ROW 5: S. Smith, J. Hirota, J. Miller, B. J. Lush, O. Markham. athletic club The Athletic Club affords its members the opportunity to engage in healthy exercise designed to develop physical grace and play- ing skills in addition to activities offered in physical education. It also satisfies the need many students have for a more vigorous re- creational program. This year the members competed in several tournaments with the fa- culty of National College, and with teams from Mundelein and Northwestern. What goes up, must come down f X . -4. 1. A , so "1-nwwf' .. , l N.. SEATED ROW l: R. Oliver, E. Tucker, V. Talk, J. Jacobson, T. Maler, G. Geisrnan. ROW 2: D. Sfufz, T. Hatcher, L. Vos, A. Shimabukuro, N. Klein. ROW 3: M. Conrad, l-l. Knislcern, A. Vaneff, C. Felleisen, L. Mueller. STANDING: M. Karras, A. Blake, B. Swigert, J. Trybus, J. Mardell, J. Bradshaw, G. Papke, president, Miss AAaclnnwe,sponsor,S.Bennan,P.SchroHky,J.Johnson,B.J.Lush,P.Scacda. Learning our HA. C. E.'s" C -58 Officers This year Gail Papke ..... Janet Jacobsen.. Margie Cafernis. Mary Jo Langdon.. . were: ...Hpresidenf vice-president .. . .secretary . . .Treasurer SEATED, ROW l: C. Eidinger, B. Hanna, S. Seifert, S. Hirata, J. Ahlstrom, J. Jacobsen, vice-president, P. Berwanger ROW 2: E. Sharpe, H. Bartosch, S. Tyler, S. Brenner, E. Burnett, J. Wildermuth ROW 3: P. Rubens, J. Maleclci, K. Janes, K. Long, A. Winston, M. Victor STANDING, ROW T: D. Boroviak, M. Catemis, secretary, K. Anderson, S. Hruby, R. Ross, M. J. Langdon, treasurer, M. Lewis, O. Steward, R. Newman, K. Topf . ROW 2: P. Yates, L. King, V. Vespa, L. Routliff, M. Reynolds The Association for Childhood Education is the only professional group on campus open to underclassmen. This has been an active year for the organization. It sent representatives to the National A.C.E. Conference and the Illinois State Conference. The group itself has worked to- gether to gain a better understanding of the many phases of childhood education. -59- ,ff KNEELING: M. Karras, D. Mills, editor, G. Stone. STANDING: P. Thuy, M. Berzelius, V. Vespa, L. Carlson, K. Long, A. Vanett. SEATED: S. Singer, S. Rushin, H. Lucas, S. Chaplinski, S. Whitmore, J. Berggren. 'tw .R 31- chaff Chatt, the school newspaper, is a mem- ber ot the Associated College Press. This year the paper has succeeded in relating to its readers the latest news events about the col- lege, students and faculty through the media of print and pictures. W it Wi ts Mt ,.- ,I . Mg, A -- i wefass ' 'Hi .2214 .fs L .1-.3 Person to Person"-tor Chatt. l -60- , F' a f A., ROW T: l. Bergatt, K. Anderson, R. Oliver, treasurer, L. Burnett, vice-president, K. Topt, Mr. Cousins, direc- tor, M. Faassen, B. Lush, S. Whitmore, E. Sharpe, D. Stutz ROW 2: S. Meredith, secretary, L. Gingerich, M. Conrad, G. Alberini, R. Newman, R. Ross, J. Harrington, president, A. Johnson, J. Dearing, T. Hatcher, L. Alm ROW 3: E. Hatcher, P. Yates, B. Hanna, S. Seifert, J. Neuckranz, J. Peterson, L, King, M, Berzelius, C, Hazel, H. Kniskern, P. Schrottky, P. Scaccia choir This year, under the able direction ot Mr. Lloyd W. Cousins, the Choir sang the tradi- tional Handel's MESSIAH, AMAHL and THE NIGHT VISITORS, Brahm's REQUIEM and Er- nest Bloc's SACRED SERVICE. The Choir also had its lighter side with caroling at Great Lakes Naval Base and singing for the Wil- mette Rotary Club and the Women's Club of the Evanston Congregational Church. Com- mencement exercises wound up a music-filled year tor the Choir. '-61- Keep your books up, girls! ,. WC., :f.5,.,l V M aisaiS5faB f SEATED: Miss Adams, K. Long, vice-president, Mrs. Davlin, H. Kniskern, Miss Challand, M. McDowell, secre tary, J. Rengel, M. Lowenteld STANDING: J. Jacobsen, D. Statinski, L. Rusk, E. Tucker, M. Pavlik, N. Miser, D. Mills, J. Harrington, P Schrottky, B. Butterworth, S. Hirata Students and faculty put their thinking caps on in considering all school is- sues. -62- T SEATED: J. Mardell, B. Kay, M. Counsell, president, Mr. Cantelupe, Mr. Marquart, J. Malecki, A. Winston, H. Hartter STANDING: P. Rubens, M. Sakata, treasurer, E. Peirce, USNSA co-ordinator, A. Eliakopoulos, J. Marszalek, G. Papke, Mrs. Galvarro, S. Tyler, E. Palmer, I. Bergatt college council College Council is the student governing body made up ot the presidents and vice-presidents of the tour classes, the leaders ot other organizations, and their faculty sponsors. Because it is the student representative body, this year's College Council promoted student and faculty co- operation tor the purpose ot maintaining the highest standards ot student lite. The years activi- ties included several assemblies and mixers, an all-school carnival, and the May Festival. -53- ill t 2 5 , E FRONT: E. Radde, U. Holzgrete, M. Ruh, E. Sharpe, B. Kamin, treasurer, J. Moses, A. Ruggles, S. Tyler, pres ident, J.Ahlstrom, Mrs. Duffy, sponsor BACK: J. Johnson, vice-president, S. Munizza, T. Smithf J. Ehemann, instructor, P. Thuy, L. Clayton, S. Hruby secretary, D. Mills, M. Cupinski, J. Madsen, B. Brown, B. Hayes. ij f 'L dance group The flying feet of the National Dance Group have done much in promoting interest in both modern and classical dancing. The Hold that pose! group has been an active one, taking part in school assemblies, the Fine Arts Festival, and the May festival. -64- -'-'1 '47 FRONT ROW: A. Bloke, Mrs. E. Kouth, housemother, Mrs. I. Dovlin, director of dorm, K. Jones. SECOND ROW: S. Hirotci, K. Kochenderfer, J. Johnson, secretory, J. Molecki, president, H. Hortter, vice- president, L. Routliff, treosurer, A. Winston, A. Shimobukuro dorm ossocicition officers With the new dorm completed, life ot Morienthol Holl is bock to normol. This yeor the Dorm Associotion hod mony new octivi- ties--Open House, Sociols, pi porties--os well os the troditionol ones--Big-Little Sister Dinner, the Christmos dinner, ond tolent night. Now thot the girls ore settled, they ore looking for- wcird to mony wonderful doys in the new dorm. tizlf MQ' U -55- A reloxed study otmosphere! FRONT ROW M Adler S Whltmore H Lucas S Singer S Rushln K Topf G Roblns SECOND ROW B Huddleston A Paruolo L Thomas S Tyler J Rotz D Borovlak R Ollver J Fox THIRD ROW J Wnldermuth A Wmston presrdent J Malecku J Thompson P Rubens K Long Dr Kld der sponsor Mrs Lundman sponsor U Holzgrefe FOURTH ROW S Coll J Johnson E Hatcher vlce presldent H Knlskern A Blake treasurer G Albernnl secretary D Stafnnskr E Burnett D Morgan FIFTH ROW M Berzellus B Ross M Lewis B Hanna J Harrnngton L Alm J Lauer K Janes M Mc Dowell drama club I s.--...NA A dramatuc huddle before the Children s Play The Drama Club of National College has done much to Install an Interest In drama and to teach an appreclatlon of dramatic art to nts members Each year the club presents two plays one un the fall and another In early sprlngl whrch are antlcrpated with Interest and pleasure by many children college stu dents and adults : . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . ., . , . , . , . , , , . , . : . , . , , . , . , . , . , . - I I ' I I ' : ' 1 - 1 - I ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 - 1 I ' I ' I ' : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . - '.W- I, 5 A ,Z -f , ' ft? J. f' , , A A1 2 Q. x Z- ' Z4 F S 6 . a f K , Q 1 ' 1 ' ., J! A X 7 . 5 ' ,P X 1 ' I f A 1 -I . fb N u is - . FRONT ROW: R. Brown, vice-president, S. Brenner, H. Tcheupdiian, secretary, M. Salcata, president. SECOND ROW: A. Shimabukuro, l. Bergatt, J. Ahlstrom, S. Hirata, M. Karras THIRD ROW: A. Vanett, U. Holzgrete, J. Hosein, E. Sharpe, B. J. Lush, G. Papke, R Reiewski, J. Hirota FOURTH ROW: V. Vespa, J. Bradshaw, J. Dellin, J. Rengel, S. Seifert, P. Thuy, P. Yates, J. Marszalek, L Young, A. Eliakopoulos, P. Schrottky. international club A better understanding ot peoples be- yond our own geographical borders is the ob- iect ot the International Club. Members are students representing both hemispheres who ioin together to exchange the experiences ot their several homelands. Customs ot their var- ious backgrounds are shared at the Christmas Tea, May Dinner, and various programs and service proiects throughout the year. -67- Coming from around the world to the Midwest. SEATED C Salkm secretary A Eluakopoulos presudent Mr Marquart sponsor J Marszalek vlce pres: dent R Gurevntz treasurer STANDING D Kang E Swlgert K Long G Papke M Counsell S McLeland J Kutok D Morgan kappa delta pl Receuvlng new members Kappa Delta Pu the Theta Eta Chapter of National College IS the honorary society whlch promotes hugh standards In the pre tendlng Classroom Teaching along with the tradrtuonal Fnrst Year Teachsng has pro vided many Interesting and nnformatuve pro grams The National Convocatnon held at the Shoreland Hotel on March TO T2 the Fresh man Tea of March T6 and the two pledglng and lnltlatnon services have rounded out the school year for Kappa Delta Pu I V ' -P: 1 , poration of teachers. This year's theme, "Ex- .4 , , A , 1 ' 'X ' ' . x 5 '. - 68 - L-R: N. Mizer, president, Miss Hunter, sponsor, J. Peterson, C. Jenkins, E. Rodde, M. Lowenteldg L. Shorpe J. Noble, vice-president TTI . The primciry purpose of M. E. N. C. is the odvoncement of music educotion. The or- gonizotion is mointoined to increose music in generol educotion, to promote odequote training in music for teochers, ond to empho- size quolity rother thon quantity in music edu- cotion. The members hove the opportunity to work for ond porticipote in the cidvoncement of music educotion. S.l'1 -..,,,6bN.Ns 57 -59- ffm . -'B - r' s 1 H 5 Now everyone smile in tune! Q SEATED B LaRocque L King I Bergatt N Shallcross B Kay H Lucas S Singer S Rushln M Hubbard STANDNG E Palmer J Trybus A Blake S Mueller J Miller B Kolar K Anderson W Grossman Art consultants! national staff ln compiling this book the National Staff has endeavored to put into words and pic tures the spirit the ideals the hard work and the fun of life at National College. The task was time consuming and not always easy but it was interspersed with fun and satisfaction. We hope you will get as much enioyment from perusing the book as we did from com- posing it. -70- WWW!! L-R: Miss Springstun, sponsor, H. Bartosch, treasurer, E. Tucker, vice-president J Rengel president Not pictured: G. Alberini, secretary town association officers The purpose of Town Association is to create a more active relationship between dorm and town students, and many of the meetings are open to both groups. Traditional activities included a Christmas party, Big- Little Sister get-together, a Father-Daughter dinner, and a Mother-Daughter luncheon. TA and DA travel to the South with Ed Riddick. -71- SEATED: P. Yates, S. Whitmore, G. Alberini, E. Sharpe, K. Kochenderfer STANDING: B. Kay, secretary, S. McLeland, treasurer, M. Goldstein, P. Thuy, M. Pavlik, president, Miss Adams, sponsor, L. Rusk, vice-president. W.C Mrs. Johnson speaks on marriage. -72- .Cl. The Y.W.C.A. theme for this year is "Y Know Yourself." Through speakers and panel discussions, the students are tempted to look at themselves as individuals and as members of a world society. Service proiects provide opportunities to practice their beliefs. The total program attempts to promote more sig- nificant living. X 5 x c lub Snaps LJS Wyeod NN OYYWQ CB YO Row Oi wb A We 'do Q 1 Q65 OQQQXQK 66 '73- QW O 4 ffen f v G Xedk 'v e 0 s fene fs .wh O 1 s s od, I 09 ko 'Op O D qbp f De oh h 9? as o i we evoluofe progress ondi Dr Zapper cmd his orchesfro bring fine music to Norlonol Lookmg toward groduohon A good fat offer four yeors Collformo here we come x X 4 i I e r e W 1 . . . . . . 1 . . l l 1 n og, - I Q I - 74 - recognize achievement The informal classroom fps ' 1 " 5, , fi l fignieg ,LW ,L -' Time our for relaxation TI, l' Y, 5 lip. if ms. The pause that refreshes If M! -75- .nu-Q., The library becomes a popular place Those term papers!! X -75- One hour and still 100 pages to read Everything piles upll Burning the midnight oil Exam schedule up soon Already39 Vacation plans All smiles at the lunior dance at the Mt Prospect Country Club on May 7 Hawaii bound! Summer school and Science in an Air-Atomic Age on ufzmun Wm-ksh - 77 - Official United States Navy Photograph ,MQ 4M ' X miuls , bw- OWS' V W, I . J ,, . .W Q 7 is if 5 if gl N . iv wg 1 . 1 Q V hi X -x .. ,f Z . .:, L '3. Q we 1 4 f hs , f igiggwfe 0? ll!!! k'l1 C7 CTP ffl N f f? .144 " J- ' V i n X t Q 4, l ,. 'yr 1 f ', 0' L., ,.,4,A.gY . f wifi ., f R as me " 1 ,, '- '. 1 '4 ' " -f f ff .W . ,4 In 4. A K . . S Q lf V.. R, .bn I ff, f ? , L to R: Maizie Sakata, Patricia Rubens, Mary Counsell, Karen Long, Janice Malecki, Jacqueline Mardell, Le- anne Spletzer, Anita Winston may testival In any language, this all-college production ot Visa Versa or Passport, Please, was a fitting culmination to the year's activities. With the help and direction ot Mrs. Margaret Lindman, Mrs. Jean Duffy, Miss Marjorie Hunter, and Mr. Richard K. Gorski, National students displayed a variety of talent amid elaborate stage sets and lavish costumes. At the final exhibition of the Festival of Arts Show, the iudges picked our May Queen from the portraits ot women ot today. -79- daisy chain One of the loveliest traditions of the school year is the forming of the Daisy Chain. At Commencement the seniors march through this garland of flowers, woven by the Sophomore Class. Follow- ing the graduation an original song of farewell is sung by the sophomores to which the seniors sing in answer. It is a beautiful ceremony that symbolizes the love and good wishes extended to the seniors by their fellow students. Sophomores rewarded as seniors sing a hearty response. 1959 daisy chclin song Music by Words by Curless, Victor Herbert Frifts, Honno, 8r Harrington H2 la l-of la li -ll B b of dl - J V at J .F J As you leoye these lrolle, we hope lllol you'll re- mem- ber- All llrof we lloye b b FW u be .L Jlfrfwrl .l. ,ll .ly.l.,A .l. ll shared yylrll you oll through me yeoro. The friend- ships you lroye goloeo, we u b b A V e lr ffrflajoifffl U-N415 leooyy you'll ol- ways eller? And they will re- moln for- ey- er in your -vvvbb QQ? is K J J JT J. J, . heom So we leove yyllll your our yuh f th 5-H ' Fl 5 JJIMWMJ-fl - u ful- ure, lllol if ruoy be lorlom, ond oll your oreoruo come True. Moy fx- 15:5 'avi r , e Q o 4' UM' flu-ul-l uW.ll,l.i,uV you lloye hoo- ol- ness ond love, ooo llre gui- o ooee from o- bove r - E l lQ'l'bulf,lf.fl:?5 Jlelellgu Ql73l To lo- sure o life of loy, for you, for you. 81 S e,'n.'z, or' S -NZ fa' Wx, w X KX X W2 farm T i 5 N ffxx Z GI ' if W7'JH'fnjb1VV 1.-I X""X 'SY-ix X-X 71 M me flfff mf I Nh. l l mit' t SEATED: Mr. Cantelupe, sponsor, Patty Rubens, president STANDING: Jacqueline Mardell, vice-president, Bonnie Schildgen, treasurer, Leanne Spletzer, social chair- man, Jill Thompson, secretary senior class T, officers ., 4 I Q39 CABINET OFFICERS: Penny Cutler, Activities Committee, Carolee Watt, Citizenship Committee, Kathy Janes, Publi- QQ" - . city, Helen Bell, Curriculum -84- AARON, JOYCE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 4 A pearl of o girl.. .always at the head.. .a June wedding BAMBAS, ELAINE Westchester, Illinois Wheaton College Chaft 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 A "marry" Christmas.. .busy gal ATKINS, MARJORIE WYNN Chicago, Illinois University ot Illinois Wright Jr. College ACE 4 Midge.. .so sweet, so neat... winning ways -85- 5 ,,,i QW ADCOCK, ALENE HOPE Evanston, Illinois McMurry College Gracious smile.. .friendly and willing BELL, HELEN Chicago, Illinois Wright Jr. College International Club 3, 4, ACE 3, 4 Busy as a beaver.. .helpful Helen 1 flea! F il' BERNSTEIN, DOLORES ARLENE Chicago, lllinois University ot lllinois Poopie. . .l have a question. . .al ways wanting to know "'9N'Quu K W ,S BROOKS, MARJORIE BECKER Chicago, lllinois University ot lllinois Greenbrier College BRADSHAW, JOANNE MARIE Park Ridge, lllinois Drama Club lg YWCA l, 2, 3, International Club 3, 4, ACE 4 Tall and thin , . .but oh what pep and vim! CALLAHAN, SHEILA Waukegan, lllinois Bowling Green State University Athletic Club 2, ACE 4, Internation- al Club 4 A redhead crashing through Europe "'9'b l3i BROWN, MARY CATHERINE LaGrange, Indiana Hanover College ACE 2, 3, 4 Ereckled and sweet. . Ashe can't be beat TA 3, 4 Margie.. .cute as a button. .. college sweetheart.. .calling Dr. Brooks -35- Wwe COUNSELL, MARY Oconornowoc, Wisconsin College Council President 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, Wl-lO'S WHO lN AMERICAN UNI- VERSlTlES AND COLLEGES Counse. . .voice of the people CUTLER, PENNY Chicago, lllinois Indiana University Chaff 3, Activities Committee 4 Bubbling personality.. .finger every pie COVIT, LYNNE MERLE Chicago, lllinois University of lllinois ACE 4 A merry maid.. .trim an tailored.. .likeable Lynne -g7- t""5. -'W ad' "F--in 3. . CHATZ, NANCY JILL Chicago, lllinois University of lllinois Synchronized swimmer.. .cute 'n clever 'sw 4 10" COYNE, CARYL NITA Skokie, lllinois University of lllinois University of Miami Co-co. . .a future of tun. . .nice as can be 6.5 1 DELLIN, JANE Glencoe, Illinois Grinnell College International Club 3, 4, ACE 4 Sweet. , .dependable, conscientious worker feng, M, g EKMAN, PAULA Chicago, Illinois University ot Missouri ACE'4, Athletic Club 4 Energetic and enthusiastic, . .variety is the spice of lite A m M DUBNOW, PAULA KARASIK Chicago, Illinois University of Michigan Class VP 3, College Council 3, Ambassadors 3, 4, Kappa Del- ta Pi 3, 4 P.K. . .the eyes have it. . .beau- ty and brains -33- DUBIN, SHARON JACOBSON Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 Talkative teacher.. .Larry and law.. .gum, anyone? ELIAKOPOULOS, ANGELINE Chicago, Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, President 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UN- IVERSTIES AND COLLEGES Angie.. .greeting the world with friendship - ,, In sv fs, V 'W-wmnny' FRIEDMAN, MAXINE FREEMAN Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin ACE 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4 K Serious student.. .pretty bride GRUEN, JUDITH COHEN Highland Park, Illinois Cortland College TA 2, 3, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 Judy.. .always a smile.. .no ment to waste tam FREEMAN, SI-IEILA Chicago, Illinois Indiana University Purdue University Kappa Delta Pi 4 FRY, DEANNE Wilmette, Illinois University of Colorado University of Illinois Two rings on a finger.. .smil- ing eyes - - Always athletic . . .a little doll happy as a homemaker mx GILBERT, SYLVIA SKAR Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 Syl , , .can you come for bridge? .. -7' . Q x 'E .. -JS ,.. X . X Nix I .,.. W OUREVITZ, ROBERTA CHAPMAN Chicago, Illinois Purdue University Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, treasurer 4, TA 4 Berdie. . .halo of an angel.. ,hap- py homemaker I' JACOBSEN, JANET JOANN Chicago, Illinois ACE I, 2, 4, treasurer 2, VP 4 WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNI- VERSITIES AND COLLEGES Jan . . .snap, sparkle, and pep... wins by a smile ,X I AE' c,,,,,,... HENIKOFF, ARLENE PERLOW Skokie, Illinois University ot Illinois ACE 4 Student teacher, Miss Perlow ...bridge and more bridge -90- we f"""' HAFERMAN N, MARTHA Roanoke, Illinois Purdue University ACE 3, service chairman 4, NATIONAL Staff 3 Long distance lover.. .look to Marty for a helping hand JANES, ANNA KATHERINE Kewanee, Illinois Chaff 2, 3, art editor 2, page edi- tor 3, Dorm Board 4, Drama Club 4 Susie.. .personality and pep to spare MB 5 'fs tif!! gf' f Q 5 av. KANG, DAI SOON Seoul, Korea Sukmyung Woman's University International Club 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4 Quiet and sweet.. .interested in art and any kind of food KIRSCHENBAUM, DIANE HIRSCH Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Pretty and perky. . .turned up nose ...always smiling . my as 'QD fl'-K 59Q"W'K Q wvfnw KAPLAN, FRANCINE SUE Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Fran.. .quiet, but quite a gal ...what problems? -91- KANARISH, JUDITH Skokie, Illinois University of Illinois Judy.. .swimming and popular mu sic.. .a teacher for the Intermed iate grades KIELWASSER, KAREN FAYE Skokie, Illinois Michigan State University Busy, but always friendly. . ,a di ploma at last ""':w KLASS MARY ANN Chicago Illinois University ot Illinois ACE 3 4 Curriculum Committe 4 an my Cheerful chick always onthe 'ob peppy miss KLEIN NANCY Los Angeles California Monterey Peninsula College ACE publications chairman 3 4 Wit and wisdom personified smile with style always a word i f -r-"WV KNORR BARBARA Chicago Illinois olrl 2 ternatlonal Clubl 2 3 4 Sparkling with spirit sunny dis pomhon KOOMJIAN DORIS Evanston Illinois Cholrl 2 3 4 TAl Athletic Club Dor so much fun need a ride? KOCHENDEREER, KAY LYNNE Milwaukee, Wisconsin Ohio Wesleyan University YWCA 3, 47 ACE 4 Socially perfect . . .l'll get you a date -92- KRULAN, ROSALIE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Cookie.. .happy smile. . .sweet and nice LaVRES, BEATRICE Chicago, Illinois International Club I, 2, Drama Club I, 2 Bea. . .bobbing ponytail. . .flashing eyes.. .life of the party KUTOK, JUDITH HOLTZ Evanston, Illinois Drama Club I, Dance Group I, TA I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4 A Judy with plenty of Punch . . .IoveIy, likeable lass -93- KOTZIN, MORISSA S. Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Serious student.. .busy as a bee GUY f LARSEN, BARBARA H. Skokie, Illinois Lake Forest College ACE 4 Sparkling eyes.. .full of fun and laughs wif? LEADER, MARILYN Chicago, IIIinois University ot IIIinois ACE 3 Pert and petite.. .flare tor fashion sit! WCWHFD 1 LEEB, IRIS DIANE Chicago, IIIinois TA I, 2, 3, secretary I, trea- LEE, BARBARA A. Evanston, IIIinois University ot Chicago Lewis Institute Northwestern University Barb.. .hails from South Caro- Iina .. .conscientious student LEVINE, SANDRA Chicago, IIIinois University ot Colorado Sandy . . .lite is one mad whirl . .. peppy and personable L"'lf5t LEONARD, CAROL ANN Evanston, IIIinois Northern IIIinois University TA 35 ACE 3, 4 Essence of sweetness. , .her hair is her halo surer 2, Chaft 2, Ambassadors 3, 4, ACE 4 HI' '... friends with the world ,..vviIIing, helping hand.. .a cheery smile - - 'hike S 1. LUNDY, MORISSA B. Chicago, Illinois Chatham College TA 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 4 A recent change of name... busy schedule MARGOLIN, PENNY Chicago, Illinois University of Wisconsin Dorm Association 3, 4, ACE 4 Petite parcel. . .5 Pennys and we'd be rich Www MALECKI, JANICE E. Wyoming, Pennsylvania Dorm Board secretary 3, presi' dent 4, WI-IO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Jan . . .pep plus personality. . Oh, that gal -95- We LONG, KAREN JOYCE Chcago, Illinois Chatt I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, College Council VP 4, WI-IOS WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES Service with a smile . . .tops in everything ,Q-'K X 4 it A , 05: . f i. .IC . :muff 'I 'ww' MARDELL, JACOUELINE Chicago, Illinois TA I, 2, 3, 4, ACE 4, Class VP 4 Jackie. . .foreign correspondent., anyone want to meet me in Mun ich? MARGOLIS, BARBARA ANN Watseka, Illinois Athletic Club I, 2, Drama Club I, 3, Dorm Association I, 2, 3, 4 Lends a helping hand.. .oh, that Bobbi My MARSZALEK, JEAN Chicago, Illinois ACE I, 2, 3, 4, membership chairman 4, International Club 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, VP 4 Tall, willowy blonde ...still waters run deep sgmtf' M MCLELAND, SYLVIA CLIFFORD Maywood, Illinois Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Dance I, 2, 3, trea- SUVGI' 2: Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, YWCA treasurer 4 Syl . . .service with a capital S . ,. bursting with pep MCFARLIN, ANN GARNEY Dedham, Massachusetts International Club I, 2, 3, 4, ACE I, 2, 3, 4, TA I, 2, 3, 4 Ann-a-belle .. .thawt's awhr girl.. .from east to west -96- MILLS, LOIS REIFF Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Kappa Delta Pi 4 Gracious, graceful, grand.. .impish delight ZW MIZER, NANCY LOU Bellevue, Ohio Stephens College MENC 3, 4, president 4, YW CA 3, ACE 3 Nanc. . .makes the strings sing PEIRCE, ELLEN Winnetka, lllinois University of Nebraska Indiana University USNSA Co-ordinator 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSI- TIES AND COLLEGES Right in there working i"""'Wa Tuff f f .Y ,fx 553 Eaghgs 'aM ziggy - H f -N, gf Q-QS WL ua V I , pi' A www .2 si? , NEWMAN, MYRNA Chicago, lllinois University of Illinois Gentlemen prefer blondes priceless gem , . .regal lady -Q'7- I""ysr- I A Wwymn MIYASHIRO, JEAN M. Kaneohe, Hawaii University of Hawaii YWCA 3, ACE 3, 4, lnternational Club 3, 4 Little and petite.. .serious and sin- CGFS iq-.wi PAPKE, GAIL GRACE Chicago, lllinois ACE l, 2, 3, 4, president 4, Inter- national Club 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Always ready to help ms? ff? INN 'Yun 'ff RENGEL, JUDY Wilmette, Illinois ACE I, 2, 3, 4, International Club I, 2, 3, 4, secretary 3, TA I, 2, 3, 4, president 4 T stands for town.. .a gal with plenty of go mx ,. Q1 ROSENBERG SHIRLEY Chicago Illinois University of Illinois Sophisticated smartness beauti ful flashing eyes 'UW ,'W"""' W , 7 ROOS, ANNETTE Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois ACE 4 Impish grin .. .sweeter than sweet 98 54--f"" RICH, SUSAN Highland Park, Illinois Indiana University Smart stylist. . .full ot sophi- stication . . .happy go lovely RUBENS, PATRICIA Glencoe, Illinois Drama Club I, 3, 4, Class Presi dent 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERI CAN UNIVERSITIES AND COL LEGES Our own Patty. . .C'mon kids.. bridge anyone? f WWW RYAN, PATRICIA JANE Chicago, Illinois Wright Jr. College Chicago Teachers College ACE 3 J.P .. .triendly with a ready smile.. .full of fun SCHILDGEN, BONNIE L. Park Ridge, Illinois Choir I, 2, 3, 4, Ambassadors I, 2, 3, 4, Class Treasurer 4 Personal magnetism.. .sweet and sincere.. .SSS SHOP? SAKATA, MAIZIE Hanapepe, Kauai, Hawaii International Club I, 2, 3, 4 president 4, College Council WW "9Ii'lIUQ,gyw ' ii 4.641 ,. RUSK, LOUISE J. Mansfield, Ohio Ohio University YWCA VP 3, 4, ACE 3, 4, NATION- AL Staff 3, Choir 3, 4 Quiet personality.. .working be- hind the scenes .ffm .. fn., .fn-self' E f f W treasurer 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Our own Hawaiian beauty... soft spoken and so sweet -99- SALKIN, CHARLOTTE COHEN Chicago, Illinois TA I, 2, 3, 4, Kappa Delta Pi 3, 4, secretary 4, ACE 4 Chass. . .little and petite, . .need a bridge partner? asdlib Q ,,. ,V 1 ,..X,, I 1-,Ai was I Q I sv, M , My 1,,fs4 ,A W :pf iff Q I ..,. X. ',, iv X qw- 'V SCHNEIDER, MYRNA BETH Chicago, Illinois University ot Illinois Northwestern University Kappa Delta Pi 4 Bridge and more bridge.. .fewer and no term papers SCHWARTZ, REVA KRIV Sioux City, Iowa University of Illinois Oh, those beautiful blue eyes breath of spring :HOF-5 fm, QQ! SCHWARTZ, ELLEN Chicago, Illinois University of Illinois Sunshine bright.. .a star in her eye. . .Hollywood bound -100- I I 3. K SCHONTHAL, ANN Highland Park, Illinois University of Colorado ACE 4 Sunny disposition.. .every- where at once SERAFIN, JANET Skokie, Illinois Northwestern University TA 2, 3, 4, ACE 2, 3, 4, Kappa Del- ta Pi 4 Deep thinker.. .dark-haired doll ...bubbling with energy gk C24 fi' WW SIMON BARBARA Chlcago llllnous Unnversnty of llllnols TA 3 Bobs sugar and splce fashion fancy SWIGERT ELIZABETH GORRILL Portland Oregon Bennett College ACE 3 4 Kappa Delta Pl 3 4 Ath letlc Club 4 Betty bubbling wlth pep and per sonalaty 36 'www' hazy .JQUUHW fi? SPLETZER LEANNE CARLSON Chicago lllanols a t l 2 ed Drama Clubl 2 3 4 Kappa Delta P13 4 WHO S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES ray of sunshlne I m o glad everybody s happy 101 Gif' SHULMAN JUDITH Chlcago Illlnous Umversuty ot llllnols A 3 4 TA 3 4 u I pretty llttle lxle a dressed up to smlle N' div SPRIMONT LINDA Kankakee lllunons Lake Forest College AC 3 4 Pert n popular so much to do 5? K jp., . -' . . 5 A g CE , 1 , Jdf.. ' p" ...ll fwieii ' Ch t , , 3, 4, itor 2, 35 I 1 I I -RMXMTFX S-CQ t A ' .. . ' s :TTT E , TENENBLATT SARENE Chicago Illinois Amundsen Jr College Ambassadors 4 Dainty bundle of dynamite e www'- ""L1ri:. Q52 a'--dl, THOMPSON JILL ANNA Chicago Illinois NATIONAL Art Editor 4 Class 5 'TW -C . ,f lx Q I I I T . . . 'Ugg ' . . . .p p- ' py miss c UFLAND, NANCY SCHILLER Chicago, Illinois Michigan State University ACE 4 Baby-face .. beautiful, beautiful brown eyes.. .cute 'n sweet TOCKMAN, EDNA Terre Haute, Indiana Indiana University Always onthe go.. .excellent Italian chef. . .stereo enthusiast -102- secretary 4, Drama Club 4 Dark-haired dancing doll... lovely to look at VICTOR, MARY JO Chicago, Illinois TA l, 2, 3, 4, ACE l, 2, 3, 4, Inter- national Club l, 2, 3, 4, president 3 Busy as a beaver.. .know your li- brary f WIDERQUIST, SANDRA HAGEN Chicago, Illinois DePauw University ACE 3, 4, Activities Commit- tee 3 Sandy. . .statuesque beauty. . . a cheerful chick WINSTON, ANITA Deerfield, Illinois University ot Illinois Drama Club I, 2, 3, 4, president 4, Dorm Board 4, WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES Mastermind of mirth.. .Go NU! WML ,We ,WM WEINBERG, JANE LOU Winnetka, Illinois Bennett College Lovely lassie . . .beautiful bi eyes -103- WATT, CAROLEE MOEN Elmhurst, Illinois University of Iowa Dorm Board 3, Chatt 3, Citizenship Committee 4 Watt did you say?. . .such a friend- ly smile W I , gf.- 3 vi 'Nur WEISBERG, JUDITH Fort Lee, New Jersey Douglass College Drama 2, 3, ACE 2, 3, 4, Dorm Board 3 Judie. . .plenty of pep to spare... east of the lake QP' ffm rC""' 'Rss-4-eq? YATABE JEAN Chicago Illinois University of California Chaff 3, ACE 4 Conscientious and helpful . . .any- body taking the ULU? Amdur, Barbara Axelrod, Barbara Bergbom, Mariorie Cummings, Marion Dedes, Peter Embich, Carol Fradin, Sharyn Freibert, Trudy Given, Ada ZUBER, WENDY Chicago, lllinois University of Illinois Drama Club 3 Cute 'n curvacious. . .always doing something SHUTTER SHY SENIORS Grosman, Lois Hapeman, Edith Hartter, Hilary Meister, Judy Palmer, Carola Pavlik, Marro Pollack, Susan Polonsky, Susan Robinson, Carole -104- Nl: ZAREMSKI BARBARA Chicago, Illinois University of lllinois Barbzie .. .perpetual motion ...the gracious kind Sager, Florence Schimanski, Walter Schwartz, Norma Simon, Ruthsheila Slotnick, Debbie Travis Struthers, Louise Thiede, Esther Williams, Katherine 3'2- Sw W... YJ? Dai Soon Kang, Edna Dean Baker Award, K. Long, Eva Grace Long Award, G. Papke, Mary Crane Schol- arshipg L. Carlson, Elizabeth Harrison Award, M. Counsell, Mrs. John N. Crouse Award, S. McLeland, Mary Crane Scholarship scholarships Each year deserving members of the Junior Class are awarded scholarships for their senior year on the basis of scholastic achievement, student teaching ability, and character. These schol- arships are made possible through gifts and funds presented by friends and alumnae of the col- lege. We can look with pride at our fellow students who have received and richly deserve these awards -105- Snaps man you name fhemff .MQW .annum '-'lul- QW fx Senior Baby Pictures 1. Jacqueline Mardell 2. Joanne Bradshaw 3. Martha Hafermann 4. Louise Rusk 5. Jean Marszalek 6. Janet Jacobsen 7. Karen Long 15. Gail Papke 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. ' Doris Koomiian Mariorie Atkins Janice Malecki Jill Thompson Judy Rengel Patty Rubens Iris Leeb ,VE I -f 1-K, it Now remember -- no books allowed! i no e l if rr '2'. N ' ff' of ,MSW The morning otter the night before" STOP -- no more Whot s o split personality? Jig, detergent burn. -XXX X x Q un H' ' n w : And then whotf? Do you ever teel os i t' someone wotching you? Cheeese!" 'W' , i :ii . All we wont ore the tocts, mo'om. 11 -108- Y xxx! X k xx Y Sf "This is the ' 1 1 Rec house? "Excuse me, Sir- moy I hove the 'TL :Af X 1 'W Jars, I ' ,E 1,8 . gs.- N -.xt ,I ...Tx ' its 'K f ! --vu y Next dome?" 1 ms, N Advlce To The lovelorn, onyone?" -N x , mxm ,Q 3 x , X ,fx A Nfl' 2 "All feghf, back h I! z x fh ,, 5 XX "Are you o mon or o mouse?" G' ul AAsk her to ploy our song." give Alvin is hoop!" . I rw, eh tj h 3 2 xg- .Q--Q WR- ,ily fell you - it's o peop1e's life! ..u,u so ! I ff X wif' X.. A f f ' Yak 1 , . ' 1 yy f Wa, K Q. - Ls. . .: Q5 3 f X, -, N V W W I if .f Q f i j a "PV 33 SQEQT X. WM, if Hwy, L! 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I llc at-. , ,ws - lNsl',u.1,MrN1' l,oANs TRU. VICIAA SAE-1 -- , " XICI xxx I I v tw tant ,ts Q I L1,'1lfcU 'fix 1, Q1 MM , I E . l ll l l -114- MISSION KANSAS .X4I'tl'I'lCl6t2I' yeargooki, -115- Aaron, Joyce.. . ACE .............. Adcock, Alene Hope Addis, Beverly .... . Adler, Mari Ann .... Ahlstrom, Jayne .... Alberini, Gail .... Alm, Linda ..,... Ambassadors ..... Anders, Roberta ..... Anderson, Karen... Athletic Club ..... Atkins, Marjorie .... Bambas, Elaine... Barile, Nicole. .. Baron, Judith... Bartosch, Hope. . . Bell, Helen ....... . . . .5O, 57, .ffQi5 Bergatt, Ingrid .... ..... 4 5, 56, 6l Berggren, Judith .... Berman, Beverly .... Berman, Sharon .... Bernstein, Dolores.. . Berwanger, Peg .... Berzelius, Marian... Bieker, Barbara ..... Blake, Arlet ...... Bloom, Roslynne .... Bolton, Evenda. .. Boroviak, Diane .,.. Bradshaw, Joanne.. Brenner, Sally .... .. ........50, Brooks, Mariorie Becker .... . .. Brown, Brenda ......... ..... Brown, Mary .... index Brown, Ruth .... Brownlie, Bill ....... Brunson, Priscilla. . Burnett, Elisabeth.. Burt, Virginia ..... Butterworth, Betty. Callahan, Sheila.. Catemis, Margery. CHAFF ........ .. Chaplinski, Sylvia. Chatz, Nancy .... Childs, Shirley .... Choir .....,... Clayton, Lynn ..... Cohen, Judith ..... Coleman, Meredith Coll, Sherry ...... College Council... Collins, Elaine .... Conrad, Marilyn.. Cupinski, Marlene. Counsell, Mary... Covit, Lynne ..... Coyne, Caryl ..... Cutler, Penny .... Dance Group ..... Danforth, lrene. Dearing, Jane .... Dellin, Jane ...... Dorm Association. Drama Club ...... Druck, Merle ..... Dubin, Sharon Jacobson... Dubnow, Paula Karasik .... -116- ...47, 49, 67 .......47,49,56 ............. ..48 .... 44, 57, 59, 6l, 66 . ............... 48 ....50,52,57,62 ...44,59 ......6O ...50,6O ...5O,52,57 ........6l ...50,64 .......5O ...5O,52,66 ..........62,63 . .... 45, 46, 57, 58, 61 ............. 49,64 87, 56, 63, 68, lO5 ...84, 87 .....64 .....48 ...44, 6l ...67, 88 .....65 .....66 ...5l ...88 ...88 Eidinger, Carolyn.. .. Einbinder, Myrna. Eiras, Evelyn... .. ...50, Ekrnan, Paula ........... ......... Eliakopoulos, Angeline ..... .... 8 8, 63, Faassen, Madeleine... ...... Fantus, Joan ....... . . Felleisen, Cynthia .... ... Fox, Jacqueline ......... ... Freeman, Sheila .......... . Friedman, Maxine Freeman... Fry, Deanne ............ ..,.. Geisman, Gail ....... .... 4 4, Gilbert, Sylvia Skar .... ..... Gilliland, Barbara... ... Gingerich, Linda ....... .... Goldberg, Marciarae. .. .. Golden, Ilene ......... Goldstein, Marcia .... Goodman, Judith .... Gordon, Joan.. . . . Gordon, Sue ........ .... Grossman, Barbara .... ..... Grossman, Wynne ...... .... 4 4, Gruen, Judith Cohen ....... .... Gurevitz, Roberta Chapman.. .. . Hafermann, Martha ................. Hanna, Betty ............ 44, 46, 56, 59, Harrington, Julia. .. ........ 45, 6l Hartter, Hilary .... ......... Hatcher, Elsa ..... ........... 4 5 Hatcher, Toni .. .,.. 47, 49, 57 Hauser, Judith. .. .... ..,. Hayes, Brenda ....... ....... Hazel, Carol ............ . .... 44, 46 Henikotf, Arlene Perlow ............. Herbstman, Sheila .... .... .... ...... Hirata, Susu. ....... 47, 49, 56, 59, 62, Hirota, Jane ..... Hochberger, Merle Holzgrete, Ursula. Hosein, Juliet .... Hruby, Sharon.. . Hubbard, Mary... Huddleston, Betty. International Club. ....5O, ....5O, Jacobsen, Janet .,.. . .. .. Jacobson, Judith.. Jackson, Mariorie .... ......... Janes, Kathy ..... Jenkins, Constance. Jesse, Patricia ..... Johnson, Anita... Johnson, Jacquelyn Kamin, Barbara... Kanarish, Judith... Kang, Dai Soon... Kaplan, Francine.. Kaplan, Sheila .... Kappa Delta Pi .... Karras, Mary.. .. Karzen, Andrea.. . Kay, Barbara ..... Kielwasser, Karen. King, Lenore ........ ......44, ....59, 65 ffff5i',i5Q ....44, 57 Kirschenbaum, Diane Hirsch ...... .. Klass, Mary Ann.. Klein, Nancy .... . Kniskern, Helen ..... Knorr, Barbara .... .44, 46, 56, 58 Kochenderter, Kay .... .. . Kolar, Brenda ....... Koomiian, Doris. Kotzin, Morissa .... Kramer, Lindo ..... Krullan, Rosalie .... Kutok, Judith Holtz. .. -117- 57, 58, ,57, 67 ....45 ,66, 67 .5O, 67 ,59, 64 .48, 70 .5l,66 .......67 59, 62,90 .44, 58 .......45 66, 84, 90 .5l,69 .48, 57 .5O,6l 64, 65, 66 .49, 64 .......9l 91,105 ......9l ......45 ....68 ,60,67 .....45 ,7O,72 .....9l ,6l,7O .....9l ......92 58,92 ,62, 66 ......92 ,72,92 .....7O ....92 ....93 ....5l .....93 .68, 93 Langdon, Mary Jo LaRocque, Barbara. . . Larsen, Barbara.. . Lauer, Jill. ..... . LaVres, Beatrice .... Leader, Marilyn... Lee, Barbara ..... Leeb, lris ....... Leonard, Carol. .. Levine, Sandra.. . Lewellen, Lorna.. . Lewis, Melanie... Long, Karen ..... Lowenteld, Marti ........... Lucas, Harriet .... Lundy, Morissa. . . Lush, Bette Jo .... Malecki, Janice.. Margolin, Penny.. Margolis, Barbara. Marszalek, Jean.. Mack, Ardel .... Madsen, Joann .... Maler, Thelma .... 44 45 45 55 .................48,59, 56, 59, 62, 66, 68, 95, 105 .50, 52, 57, 62, ..........51,60 66 "iifi5f5g,57f55 gi ......63, 65, 66, 59, "' .,ffg3, Mardell, Jacqueline .... . ..58, Maremont, Kathy .... ....... Markham, Olga ....... ........ McDowell, Margaret ........ 45, 56, McFarlin, Ann .............. ...... 67 63 57 68 45 44 84 44 62 McLeland, Sylvia Clifford ...... 68, 72, 96, 105 Meccia, Marie.. MENC ........... Meredith, Suzie. Miller, Judy ...... Mills, Daphne.. Mills, Lois Reitt ..... Miyashiro, Jean... Mizer, Nancy .... .. ..48, is 60, Morgan, Delores ..... . .. Moses, Judy ..... 62 44 49 57 62 69 66 49 ,68 Mueller, Marguerite Mueller, Susie.. ... Munizza, Shirley... NATIONAL ...... Neuckranz, Janice.. 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Rubens, Patricia .... . 5.47.1 .49,45f .49, 58, ....48, 5?.5si6 f5df5if ....50, .g5ygiy ....50, .A9,Q5f ...fifiif 63, 66, ....59, 50 58 49 59 44 61 63 7, 45 62 63 61 64 49 71 45 52 44 59 51 59 84 I 57 70 64 70 61 97 61 69 66 70 51 05 51 51 66 72 97 69 69 44 45 67 98 59 98 49 51 66 98 98 51 45 66 61 66 65 98 60 67 Ruggles Al1ce Ruh Mary Rushun Sylvla Rusk Lou1se Ryan Patrncla Jane Sager Jean Sakata Ma1z1e Salknn Charlotte Cohen Saxon lrs Scaccla Patrucla Schelb Betty Sch1ldgen Bonnle Schnmansku Walter Schloss Juduth Schmntt Sylvua Schnender Myrna Schonthal Ann Schre1ber Judlth Schrottky e Schwartz Schwartz E en Roberta Seltert Sandra Selznlck Gall Seratun Janet Shallcross Nora Sharpe Elleen Shlmabukuro Amy Shulman Jud1th Slmon Barbara Slmon Ruthshella Snnger Sandra Snvak Maryann Smlth Slbyl Smuth Suzanne Smlth Terry 50 59 50 52 62 67 617 69 72 65 67 Spletzer Leanne Carlson 4 101 Sprnmont Lunda Statlnsku Dee 44 46 62 Steward Garnett 9 Stone Gall 9 Stutz Dlane 48 58 119 Swalgren Eleanor Swugert Elnzabeth Tatsch Ann Tcheupdllan Halganush Tenenblatt Sarene Thomas Leslue Thompson J1ll Thuy Patrlcla Tockman Edna Tolk V1rg1n1a Topt Karen Town Assoclatuon Trolk Joan Trybus Janlce Tucker Elalne Tyler Sylvna Utland Nancy Schlller Vanett Anka Vespa Vlcku Vos Lulsa Ward Mar1lyn Waterhouse Jean Watt Corolee Moen Welnberg Jane Welsberg Judlth Wenger Sharon Whltmore Shlrley Wuderqulst Sandra Hagen Wlldermuth Jullann Wlnston Amta Yatfe Shella Yatabe Jean Yates Patrncla Young Loretta Youssl Sharon YVVCA Zaremskl Barbara Zuber Wendy 58 68 51 7 45 66 66 84 02 60 64 67 72 4 59 60 67 49 57 58 84 103 57606 6 44 57 59 66 59 63 65 66 03 4 59 6167 2 48 67 , ' ........................ 51, 64 I ....,.....,,,,,,,...,, I I45 , . ..........,.............. 50, 64 ' I ' ,,,,,,,,,,,. 57I I I101 ', ' . ...... ...... . ..51,60,66,70 I ' IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II62I 72I99 , ................ .... ....., . . 44 ' ' ...................... 99 " 1 ' ..,. ------- 1 -1 16 ' , ...................... 102 , ................ ............ 5 0 1 , ' ' .................... 63, 67, 99 I 1 """"""""""' 1 H 'I ', ........ ,... . .68, 99 I 1,1 'IIIIIIIIIIIII 50I I 'I 'I , 1 .............................. 51 I IIII IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII I 0 2 1' 1' """""""" 5l'57'58'6l , ' " ........ ............. . ..44, 58 I , ......................... 44 I IIIIIIII III- IIIIII 5 I I 59I 6II 66 ' """""""""" 84199 ' ' ....................... .71 A "-"'--""""-'--" 22 ' , . ............,............ 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