New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1932
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DURING THE PAST YEAR, A NEW
HAND HAS GUIDED THE STUDENTS
OF NEW TRIER, A NEW PAIR OF SHOUL-
DERS HAS BORNE THE GREAT RESPON-
SIBILITIES OF THE PRINCIPAL'S OFFICE,
A NEW FACE HAS BEEN AMONG US TO
LEND CHEER AND HAPPINESS. WE
DEDICATE THE 1932 ECI-IOES TO OUR
NEW PRINCIPAL AND FRIEND,
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LUS" THE THEME OF A RECORD OF
NEW TRIER STUDENTS' ACCOMPLISH-
MENTS. DURING THE YEAR, WORK ON
THE NEW BUILDINGS STOPPED. YET
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MR. PHELPS MR. ELLIS
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First Row-Miss Mickey, Miss NVilen, Miss Shaw, Miss Wagner, Mrs. Banker, Miss Bredin, Miss Donham,
Miss Burchard, Dean Packer, Miss Grover, Mrs. Abbott, Miss Hurst, Miss Hubsch, Miss Smith,
Miss Boulten, Miss Wilen, Miss Hamilton.
Second Row-Miss jones, Mrs. LaMetre, Mrs. Lighter, Miss Lorimer, Miss Karst, Miss Flentye, Miss
Rossberger, Miss Paul, Miss Altman, Miss Murphy, Miss Sentney, Miss Wilson, Miss Fogg,
Miss Stanwood, Mrs. Mundell, Miss Brady, Mrs. Cooke, Miss Evans.
Third Row-Miss Koll, Miss Cole, Miss Maloney, Miss Fulton, Miss Moschel, Miss Fitch, Mrs. Boice,
Miss David, Miss W'altz, Mrs. Cotton, Miss Payton, Mrs. Moore, Miss Walkup, Miss Haddcn,
First Row-Mr. Grater, Mr. Flanigan, Mr. Brown, Mr. Ashenbach, Mr. Biesemeier, Mr. Herron, Mr.
Snyder, Mr. Gaffney, Dean Kahler, Mr. Vernon, Mr. Childs, Mr. jackson, Mr. Condon, Mr.
Edwards, Mr. Small.
Second Row-Mr. XVehr, Mr. johnson, Mr. jones, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Carpenter, Mr. Hildebrand, Mr.
Deluport, Mr. Persing, Mr. Nay, Mr. Showley, Mr. Shearer, Mr. Oaks, Mr. Duckles, Mr.
Van Kirk, Mr. Brown.
Third Row-Mr. Reiley, Mr. Funkhouser, Mr. Routsong, Mr. Rau, Mr. Smith, Mr. Frisbie, Mr. Grin-
nell, Mr. Pifer, Mr. Hutchens, Mr. Varney, Mr. Ream, Mr. Aram, Mr. Schumacher.
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS
First Row-Miss Libbey, Mr. Biesemeier, Miss Ullrick, Mr. Childs, Mrs. Lighter, Miss Fogg.
Second Row-Mr. Snyder, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Windocs, Mr. I-Iutchens, Mr. Smarll.
ADVISER CHAI RMEN
Second Row-Mr. Herron, Mr. Vernon, Mr. W'indoes, Mr. Grinnell.
First Row-Miss Hurst, Miss Shaw, Miss Flentye, Miss Maloney.
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Mr. Frisbie Quinlan Wliite Ostrom Finlayson
George Quinlan . . . ............... ....... P resident
Bob White ....... ..........,. ,... V i ce-President
. Ren-nolds Ostrom .. ........,......... Secretary
Colin Finlayson , . . ........,.......... Treasurer
Frank Church ..... .... D inner Committee Chairman
Harry Gillogly ..,,.............,.. Room Committee Chairman
John Struggles ...........,....,.. Charity Committee Chairman
Ray Kimbell ....... Inter-Scholastic Relations C077Z7l1iffC0 Chair-man
Bud Thackerey ........................... Publicity Claairman
Every boy enrolled in New Trier automatically becomes a member of the Tri-Ship
Club, with the privilege of using the Club Room, which is furnished with chess and
checker tables, roomy leather couches and chairs, and a radio. The organization of the
club is composed of one representative from each of thirty boys' advisor rooms. The
officers and committee heads are elected by popular vote of the boys in school. These
representatives, officers, and committee heads meet every Monday morning to talk over
conditions and problems raised by the various advisor rooms. If a decision is reached
concerning the problem, a recommendation is made to the faculty administration. Thus
cvery boy in school has a voice in the running of the school. .
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Struggles Thackery Gillogly Church Kimbell
Although most of the Club's energy was directed at the charity porblems, the social
activities sponsored by the Club were numerous and well attended. Two boys' dinners
were planned and put over, speakers and entertainers being featured. Beside the dinners
two dances were successfully held.
New students fupper classmenj were helped to become acquainted with the school
by the Inter-Scholastic Relations Committee. The first semester, all such students were
taken to pre-season football game, having been furnished with complimentary tickets.
The second semester, they were guests at one of the boys' dinners.
During the year a demand came from the boys for some sort of student control of
problems relating to misuse of school property. A Student Boys' Committee was
selected by the representatives, and was composed of: Seniors-Paul Netterstrom,
A1 Lind, Colin Finlayson, Renolds Ostrom, Ray Kimbell, and Ted Wachsg Juniors-
Stanton Schuman, Bill Nordburg, Bob White, and John Ballengerg Sophomores-Charles
Dostal and Phil Ogang Freshman-Dave Miller. This group functioned entirely with
the cooperation of the student body. Any case of misconduct was to be reported in
writing by the witnesses, and the matter then handled by this "committee of thirteen,"
as it was called. As was expected, as soon as the existing conditions were put before
the student body as a whole, the rowdyism stopped, and few cases came before the
First Row-D. Green, F. Putt, B. Burns, D. Oliver, H. Kinne, F. Bennett, H. Maynard, D. Cardy.
Second Row-E. Sawyer, J. Kingery, L. Buckmaster, N. Shapker, J. Wilson, L. Krupnick, B. Lang, D.
Halley Dostal Miss Wright Fowler Lindstrom
Agnes Halley . . . .,.......... .... P resident
Betty Dostal . . . . . .Vice-Presia'ent
Mary Fowler ....., ,... S eeretary
Margaret Lindstrom . . . ..A..................... Treasurer
Elizabeth Balhatchet ,,.. .... C bairrman of Financial Committee
Ann Linn ........,,.,......... Cbair-man of Charity Committee
Jane Horder-Janet McNulty ..... Chairmen of Friendly Committee
Jane Erickson ............. Chairman of Employment Committee
Mary Jane Rich .... ........ C bairman of Social Committee
Frances Payne .... . . .Chairman of Arrange-ments Committee
Miss Wright .... . . . ..... Faculty Sponsor
We girls at New Trier are tremendously proud of our Girls' Club. It is incorporated
by the state and we, as New Trier girls, automatically become members of it. Its
purpose is to promote friendship among the girls with its mutual activities and give
financial aid to those who need it. Many charitable undertakings are also accomplished.
We raised money this year for our expenses in various ways. On the opening day
Balhatchet Linn McNulty Erickson Rich Payne
of school wre sold sandwiches, lemonade and iced tea. During the football season we
sold hot-dogs, candy, taffy-apples and arm bands from our little stand on the field.
On December 5, the club gave a very successful beneit bridge tea. Magazine sub-
scriptions were taken throughout the year, Christmas cards were sold at Christmas,
and candy was sold at the plays. As this is written, plans are underway for a Spring
Concert on May 14, to be given by the Music Department and managed by the Girls'
Club. The Glee Clubs, choruses, and orchestra will all participate. A bake sale will
be held in Wilmette on April 23.
So much for how we earn our money. It is spent in varied and useful Ways. One
of our most important expenditures this year was the purchase of 51,000 worth -'if
Tax Anticipation Warrants.
On the social side of our activities, the Friendly and Social Committees welcomed
the Freshmen girls to New Trier at an afternoon dance and entertainment in the Mess
Hall early in the year. These committees also gave several teas throughout the year
to bring the girls to-gether. We also had the pleasure of having representatives from
clubs of neighboring schools at tea at different times.
The Charity Committee conducted the Red Cross and Christmas Seal drives and sent
representatives to the monthly meetings of the Chicago junior Red Cross Council.
Another charitable enterprise undertaken in cooperation with the Tri-Ship Club and
Post-Graduates Students, was the collection and distribution of sandwiches which were
sent once a week to the Northwestern University Settlement in the river district of
Chicago. Representatives from the Tri-Ship and Girls' clubs visited the settlement
and saw the sandwiches distributed.
The Employment Committee worked overtime this year finding work for the girls.
A new Committee of Arrangements was created to take care of the pride of our hearts,
our club room.
On the whole we feel the year has been successful despite the depression. W'e will
always remember the Girls' Club and the happy times it has given us.
T. N. T.
T. N. T. is an organization whose purpose is to recognize unusual ability and leader
ship on the part of students at New Trier. Scholarship, Activities, and Service are
factors in the selection.
Six boys and six girls from the senior class and the same number from the junior
class are elected to this organization in April of each year. They are elected by the
active members of the organization upon recommendation of advisors, advisor chairmen
The officers this year are Colin Finlayson, President, Betty Dostal, Vice-President
Tom Sinding, Secretary.
The name T. N. T. stands for the Latin phrase, Tcnax, Nobilv, Triumjzbans, CStead
fast, Noble, Victoriousj.
Membership in this organization is held to be the highest honor attainable by a student
at New Trier.
Rich, Mary Jane
Ethel Anderson QP.G.j
elected as extra candidate
for conspicuous service to
Howard, Edward fBudj
lohn Borino QP.G.
john Hicks QP.GJ
Mary Jeanne Tansill
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Mary Jane Thomas
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Note-Jerome Straus is
not being listed with the
Senior 1932 Honor Society
because he was listed on
the Senior 1931 Honor
First Row-J, Broad, J. Kampmier, S. Miner, M. Kahler, G. Cole, H. Holton, S. Brooks, J. Snyder,
J. Hellmouth, M. Eberling, C. Brown, B. Driver.
Second Row-B. Dostal, C. Venrick, E. Balhatchet, D. Bjorklund, WY V'olford, H. Rathbone, E. Wade,
T. Waclms, H. Bower, H. Keator, P. Bosley, N. Putnam, G. Bartling.
Third Row-M. Vore, J. Debeers,'iC. Yerkes, P. Willian1s, H. Greene, A. Weldon, J. Dement, F. Ben-
nett, M. Gould, E. Bristol, G. Ray, J. Dernehl, E. Sager, A. Boyajian.
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The history of the 1931 New Trier football teams holds many stirring accounts of
victory won in hard fought battles, in which the Green and Gray warriors fought their
way to third place in the Suburban League standings with five wins, a tie, and two
New Trier has not been so handicaped with injuries since 'iaway back whenf, Prac-
tice began on September 155 after the first game the squad numbered fortyg when the
season finished one quarter of this number were unable to play because of injuries. This
even went so far that in the Waukegan game the entire backfield was composed of
second team men.
For the first time in history the Gray and Green team was headed by two captains.
Albert Lind and Leonard Wfolff were elected to this position of honor.
Co-Captain Albert Lind played center, being backed up by Foster Bennett. The
New Trier team had four equal guards to do its blocking: Phil Ogan, Hugh Fleming,
Henry Crawford and Stanton Schumann. Ted Wachs and Frank Riley, who was all-
state, filled up the holes at tackle with the aggregate 400 pounds. Reserve tackle
material was found in Ray Kimbell, Renny Ostrom, Jerry Wilson, and "Chuck" Dostal,
another one of those ever promising sophomores. Co-Captain Wlolff, who won All-
Suburban honors, and Dick Preston, a sophomore, were the ones to terminate end runs
and receive Bill Nordburg's passes. -
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The backfleld had its difficulties, Harry Gillogly, a stellar fullback, going out for
the season with an injured shoulder in the second game of the year. In two games
he made enough points to take second place honors in scoring. Harry's place was taken
by Al Nicollozzi and "Swede" Waters, who were backed up by Gielen and Simonds.
In the third game of the season at Proviso, New Trier's most able field general, Colin
Finlayson, was lost for the remainder of the season with a sprained shoulder. Bill Nord-
burg, whose passes were a winning factor in every game, shifted from halfback to iill
this vacancy. Don Alford, Claude Hamilton, and Earl Weinstock also directed the
team from this position. Captain-elect Sam Smale, "Goog" Dahl, Bob Seiler, John
Ballenger, and Jack Foster were a quintet hard to beat in running, kicking and passing
at the halfback posts. Q
A total of 84 points were scored in eight games against their opponent's 35, an aver-
age of 11 to 4, per game.
The team was coached by Mr. Walter Aschenbach assisted by Mr. Caton and Mr.
Delaporte, who were in charge of the line.
New Trier 6, Proviso 0.
New Trier opened its Suburban League title chase against Proviso on October 10
at Maywood. Displaying a versatile attack, they wore down a stubborn Proviso team
in a Held of mud covered with water. This was the day Northwestern and Notre Dame
battled to a scoreless tie and Proviso almost held New Trier to the same fate.
' New Trier 6, Morton 3.
A strong Morton team received New Trier October 17 at Cicero. New Trier sensed
its first defeat of the season when Kopecky stepped back and booted a perfect fifty
yard placement kick over the crossbars to give Morton a three point advantage. But
New Trier came back in the same quarter when Wolff caught a forty-yard pass from
Nordburg for a touchdown.
New Trier 6, Oak Park 12.
On October 24, with the stands at Phelps Field packed to capacity, the outcome was
one of the most important of the year. New Trier opened up the game by passing to
a touchdown in five startling plays. Oak Park also scored in the first quarter by march-
ing forty yards to a touchdown by Schwartz. Following this Smale and Ballenger left
the game with injuries. The score remained a tie until the third quarter when Belzer
of Oak 'Park passed the ball forty yards to Zinkil, who caught it over the goal for a
touchdown. The to-be champions of the league held New Trier until the final gun
announced the "Grey and Green's" first defeat.
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First Row-C. I. Persing, R. Welxr, P. Delaporte, C. Grater, E. jackson, G. Flannigam.
Second Row--J. Nay, C. H. Jones, R. Carpenter, B. Shearer, H. Aram, W. J. Aschenbach, C. V'nters.
New Trier 19, Deerfield 0.
New Trier resumed the league invasion against Deerfield the following Saturday.
This proved an easy game. Touchdowns were scored by Bob Seiler, Leonard NVolff, and
Jack Foster, who intercepted a pass and ran 50 yards for his touchdown.
New Trier 0, Evanston 7.
New Trier and Evanston battled for charity, November 25, at Dyche Stadium,
Evanston. This, the most important game of the year, was sponsored by the Junior
League of Evanston. More than ten thousa-nd supporters witnessed the highlight of
North Shore prep football.
STUDENT INTRA-MURAL COACHES
First Row-K. Stilling, H. Whidden, B. Racine, J. Bartlett, J. Mitchell.
Second Row-C. Zipprich, G. Gromis, B. Howard, J. Howe, J. Hicks.
This year's Freshman-Sophomore football squad had a fairly successful season. Under
the supervision of coaches Ream and Funkhouser a powerful and well balanced team
was produced. It will undoubtedly furnish some fine candidates for next year's varsity
The schedule for this year consisted of six games. Of this number New Trier won
two and lost four. The opening game was played at Proviso and resulted in a 15 to 0
defeat for the Green and Gray. Our boys also lost the next game by a score of 13 to 0
when they tried in vain to hold Morton on the opponents field. The third game of
the season also resulted in defeat. This time the New Trier team lost by a score of
32 to 0 to the powerful and fast Oak Park team. However, in the next game their
luck changed and New Trier was victorious by a score of 12 to 0. The following
week Deerfield invaded the New Trier field but was sent home with a 16 to 0 loss
against their record. The last game of the season was played against Evanston at Dyche
Stadium. The game was very even throughout the four periods. However, the Green
and Gray was edged out of a victory by a single point. The score was 7 to 6 in favor
Knight was the most outstanding player on the team. He played at half back and
scored most of New Trier's touchdowns. McFadzean and Happ also played at hall
back and made good showings. McKinnon played at full back. Farwell and Rail
directed the team's activities from the quarter back position. At end Bridges and
Wilder did their best. Fox and Burrill worked at tackles. White and Struggles played
as guards while Kyle and Burrill snapped the ball to the backfield.
Mr. Grater Church Finlayson Mr. Ream
The team terminated a very successful season, winning twelve out of fifteen games,
and tying with Oak Park for the Surburban League Heavyweight Championship. Prac-
tice games were played with Englewood, Lake View, and Hyde Park. New Trier de-
feated all of them very decisively and approached the league season.
The team was composed of Joslin and Co-Capt. Church, two of the first three high
scprers in the league, Gordon, Sinding, and Co-Capt. Finlayson. Injuries to Finlayson
and Warble, which put them out for the rest of the season, and the graduation of
Gordon during the mid-semester holidays severely handicapped the team, but they
were replaced by Williams and Wolff, both very capable guards.
Letter certificates were awarded to Co-Capt. Frank Church, Co-Capt. Colin Finlay-
son, Robert Gordon, Thomas Sinding, and Leonard Wolff. Letters went- to Albert Clay-
ton, Victor Hansen, Edward Howard, Richard Joslin, William Kidd, Fred Mitchell,
Richard Preston, Alan Rossman, Clyde Warble, and Cecil NVilliams. The senior man-
ager's letter went to George Cole.
First Row--C. Williams, L. Wolff, T. Sinding, F. Church, R. joslin, F. Mitchell, R. Clayton.
Second Row-W. Kidd, R. Preston, R. Wagner, A. Rossman, S. Luensman, V. Hanson.
Third Row-C. Warble, NV. Meier, Coach Grater, B. Howard, E. Meier.
First Row-R. Flynn, R. Steen, C. Murphy, R. Huck, F. Baker, E. Haight.
Second Row-j. Stackhouse, C. Wright, Murphy, G. Waidner, Belmont, J. White.
Third Row-Coach C. O. Grater, C. Knapp, A. Rohol, C. Brown, R. Bartleman, D. Routsong.
New Trier finished fifth in the final league standing, but must be congratulated for
developing from a green, untried team to a very fast, smooth working quintet. Letters
were awarded to Richard Huck, Fred Baker, Eugene Belmont, Richard Flynn, Edgar
Haight, Carroll Murphy, John Simon, Jack Stackhouse, Richard Steen, George Waidner,
and Joseph White. A letter certihcate was awarded to Jack Kelly.
First Row-E. Horn, G. Green, Bridges, C. Dahl, Hallquist, Miller, J. Cullen.
Second Row-T. Finlayson, Chape, S. Knight, I. Sinding, S. Fox, B. Burrill.
Mr. jackson Ostrorn Hoffman Mr. Condon
N. T.-3 63 Kenosha-19. N. T.-30, Waukegan-29.
N. T.-295 Englewood-26. N. T.-3 05 Morton--29.
N. T.-175 Oak Park-42. N. T.-373 Evanston--22.
N. T.-49, Deerfield-12. N. T.-363 Proviso-22.
N. T.-22, Kenosha-33.
New Trier was represented this year by the best swimming team in its history. Not
content with merely being strong in all events, the New Trier swimmers set some all
time New Trier records. While handing Evanston its first dual meet loss in three
years, the 160 yard relay team set a new record time of 1:21. Ned Shapker set another
record during the Suburban league meet in the 40 yard swim in 19:6 seconds. Then
Eddie Hoffman upset the old 100 yard time by the fast time of 5819.
The New Trier swimmers tied for the Suburban League championship with Evanston,
each team losing one meet.
First Row-R. Rosenberg, H. King, Mr. Condon, E. Hoffman, R. Osrrom, Mr. Jackson, J. Davis,
Second Row-B. Howard, J. Rosenberg, J. Pearson, B. Paulson, B. Seiler, H. Crawford, E. Banning.
Third Row-I-Iapp, Bryant, L. Blaylock, P. Palenske, B. Nason, N. Shapker, Hein, A. Barker.
New Trier 47, Kenosha 8. New Trier 40, Kenosha 7.
New Trier 26, Englewood 24. New Trier 42, Waukegan 11.
New Trier 8, Oak Park 24. New Trier 35, Morton 18.
New Trier 25, Deerfield 28. New Trier 16, Evanston 37.
New Trier 33, Proviso -.
The Junior swimmers, under the guidance of Head Coach jackson a-nd Asst. Coach
Condon, splashed through to third place in the Suburban league, winning six of the
nine meets. For a new team this was quite a-n excellent record. Next year all indica-
tions tend to prove that the Juniors will swim to first place in gallant style.
The relay team, main backstay of the Juniors, consisted of Patton, Prosser, Silverman,
and Bryant. They always held up their part of the meet and could be relied upon to
help win the meet.
Nason, Bryant, Prosser, and Patton had charge of the crawl events.
Back stroke events were handled by Byrne, Bryant, Fitzhugh and Schuman.
The fancy divi-ng crew was Putman and Barnard.
Andrews, Silverman, and Putman turned in points for the breast stroke event.
Though several of the Junior swimmers will be on the Senior Team next year, the
youngsters will be very strong again and will bear watching as they will be fighting
hard for the top of the Suburban league. The entire team made a very fine record dur-
ing the past season.
The following received numerals: Bernard, Bryant, Byrne, Nason, Patton, Putnam,
Prosser, and Silverman.
Junior Manager: Robert Matheson.
Second Row-R. Matheson, Mgr.: Pfutzenreuter, Pfutzenreuter, R. Silverman, N. Boehmer, B. Burrill
Byrne, Watt, Coach Jackson.
First Row-D. Andrews, T. Adler, W. Putnam, B. Patton, Coach Condon, B. Prosser, Barnard, A. Schu-
man, E. Ruschli.
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New Trier had a very well balanced team this year. There was an abundance of ma-
terial i-n almost every event.
Captain George Quinlan, Walter' Wanger, Alex. Newton, Claude Hamilton, Rex
Martin, and Dick Fairbairn ran the shorter sprints.
New Trier was represented in the quarter-mile run by George Quinlan, Walter
Wanger, Earl Weinstock, John Kirby, and Bob Seller.
The half-mile was run by Don Pavlicek and Bartlett Price, while Laurence Buck-
master and John Davidson ra-n the mile.
Alex Newton, Bill Holmes, and Ben Brion represented New Trier in the hurdle
In the field events Stanton Schuma-n and Frank Hilpert put the shot, Bob Thorsen
did the high jumping, and our representatives in the pole vault were Jim Kingsley and
The team this year was very successfully and efliciently managed by the senior man-
ager Bob Leonard.
First Row-j. Struggles, R. Delander, K. Weld, H. DeTamble, B. Waters, S. Harkness, G. Cole, E.
Procknow, C. Weed.
Second Row-A. Lind, P. Dempsey, B. Grifiin, J. DeBcers, B. Moran, J. Hoffman, B. Hess, E. Fosland,
JUNIOR TRACK-19 3 2
A most promising junior track team carried through the indoor season. The freshmen
who through intramural activities had showin an unusual amount of interest and skill
in track comprised a most successful team toward the end of the season.
The success of this seasoxfs junior team shoots the expectations of next year's seniors
to a new high mark. .
First Row-Mr. Nay, L. Bollerson, B. Martin, M. Hutchinson, B. Hcrmanson, D. Hall, A. Streubling,
P. Hola, K. Hess, J. Barnard.
Second Row-T. Smith, R. Varney, G. Laing, J. Buhlke, F. Woleban, A. DeLang, B. Famanvillu, C.
Brown, R. Nanzig.
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The 1932 Suburban League baseball season, though hardly under way, promises a
winning combination and great success for New Trier. With approximately half of
last year's squad lost through graduation, Coach Aschenbach is confronted this year
with building up a powerful and title-contending team.
Al Lind and Clarence Dahl, 1931 letter men, are scheduled to appear behind the bat
with the able assistance of Willard Meier and others. The pitching department, though
not exceptionally strong, boasts again of Ray Kimbell and Dick Huck and such veterans
as Jack Sinding, Walter Foslund, Ed Meier and Woodrow Wilson.
Captai-n Frank Church holds the first sack in his inimitable manner. Leading the
team in hitting last year, Frank should now prove to set the pace for the entire league.
Harry Gillogly, New Trier "find" in 1931, will again function at second base. Short-
stop George Cole celebrates his fourth year on the squad with another season of fine
field work, and Victor Hansen has the call for the "hot corner" at third.
The outfield is composed wholly of former players, numbering such stars as Gus
Bebas, Paul Williams, Ed Nicoll, and Eric Lindahl, all of whom have seen previous
service on the Green and Grey diamond. These men promise to complete one of New
Trier's best outfields in her baseball history, if not in the history of the Suburban
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'First Row-B. Condy, C. Knapp, Mr. Flaningam, A. Rohl, S. Miner.
Second Row-C. Warble, A. Swalmcher, T. Sinding, W. Pnvey, R. Wagner, D. Routsong
J. Francis, J. Kirby, Vlfortlxington, Mr. Aram, C. Weed, J. Simon, A. Bcrnardi.
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The Health Council is made up of one representative from each advisor room. They
meet in two groups because of the large number. The Freshman and Sophomore coun-
cilors meet one week and the Junior and Senior councilors meet the next week.
The rnain task of this body of students is to see that the students have their teeth
taken care of. At the beginning of the year the councilors are given dental certificates,
which they take to their advisor rooms and distribute. The students then take these
certificates to their dentist and he examines their teeth and signs the certificate. There
is a time limit set on the returning of these certificates and if a student is lax in getting
his signed he is sent to Mrs.'Moore. The student uses the same certificate for each year.
This is an extremely difficult task and it is performed very creditably. Each year there
is almost a hundred per cent return.
Besides the certificates the councilors are given literature to distribute. This literature
concerns the treatment of colds, etc.
This organization is a decided aid to Mrs. Moore for without it she could never carry
on such an extensive program.
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G. A. A.
Esther Kriebel . . . , . ...,... ...... P resident
Helen Holton .... . . .Vice-Prcsirleni
Louise Varney . . . ......... ,..... . . .Secretary
Beatrice Driver . . . ................... Treasurer
jane Waidner. , . ,... After-scbool-sports Chairman
Jean Haskins . . . .............. Social Chairman
Jane Snyder ................i...........,.... Publicity Head
The Girls' Athletic Association's activities of 1931-193 were carried on very success-
fully under the leadership of these officers. .
Numerous assemblies and pep meetings held throughout the year acquainted the
members and prospective members with the work of the association and afforded an
opportunity for awarding numerals and emblems. So far this year, eleven girls have
earned the "N" and thirty the 300 Point Award.
The number of sports offered during the year was increased along with the number
of participants, for the girls could join in as many sports in one season as they chose.
Tennis and golf tournaments were run in the fall as well as in the spring, and an extra
HEADS OF SPORTS
First Row-M. J. Miller, L. Anderson, J. Waidner, E. Cai-len, V. Smith.
Second Row-A. Fraser, E. Balhatchet, E. Culver, F. Ellis, L. Tucker.
Tucker Boynton Huff
adviser room tournament in fistball was held between the fall and winter sports. Also,
an opportunity was given the soccer and fistball champions to test their prowess against
that of the faculty. Hockey enthusiasts received an extra treat in the National
Women's Hockey Tournament, for in addition to the women's teams there were two
high school girls' teams on which New Trier had five representatives. And those
interested in dancing witnessed a most enjoyable program showing the work of the girls
during the winter. This spring the picturesque sport of archery was added to the ever-
growing list of sports offered to New Trier girls.
Under the leadership of the heads of sports, class managers and coaches, student
officials and assistant coaches were active in all sports for the practice work and adviser
room tournaments. This gave many girls valuable experience in a different phase of
A social branch of G. A. A. was developed in connection with the inter-class tourna-
ments, for at the close of each season a tea was given for the team members. Still, the
outstanding social event of the year is the Banquet, when the final awards are given and
new members accepted. However, the highest award of all is made in an entire school
assembly, where two girls with the greatest number of points are honored. Last year
Pauline Spiegel and Helene Adler received the honor, and this year again there are many
closely contesting candidates.
First Row-V. Smith, F. Mills, H. Booz.
Second Row-E. Burke, P. Wlleelock, M. Meyer.
The basketball season was welcomed by a large number of girls. Those receiving
G.A.A. credit from the various classes were: 164 Freshmen, 109 Sophomores, 85 Juniors,
and 70 Seniors. Miss Fulton's Junior girls defeated Miss Evan's Seniors in the finals of
the upper-class tournament, composed of Sophomore, Junior, and Senior teams, by a
score of 30-26. The winner of the Freshmen tournament, L. Hamilton, lost 26-24 to
Fulton after an exciting game. This made Fulton school champions. In the first team
games the Seniors were victors over the Juniors 32-23. The Freshmen were crushediby
the Sophomores 37-11. In the finals the Seniors beat the Sophomores 42-10 for the in-
ter-class championship. The referrees and umpires for these games worked loyally. Miss
Boulton supervised the upperclass games, and Mrs. Abbott was the Freshmen coach.
GIRLS' FIRST TEAM BASKETBALL
Front Row-N. Harris, M. Lauer, P. L. Burpee.
, ' Top Row-I-I. McDermott, J. Crawford, L. Anderson.
First Row-P. Burpee, E. Culver, M. Lauer.
Second Row-A. Fraser, H. McDermott, M. Thiel.
The managers for swimming this year were: Senior, Palyma Burpeeg Junior, Barbara
Wilderg Sophomore, Margaret Taylor. The Head of Swimming was Eleanor Culver.
Girls' swimming has been divided into three divisions this year. The first division,
which lasted the entire first semester, was for recreation purposes only, and to give the
freshmen a chance to get acquainted with the different strokes to be used for making
the teams. The second division was from the beginning of the second semester until
Spring Vacation. For each practice attended, G.A.A. points were given. Meets were
held and class teams were picked at the end of an unusually successful season. Instead
of the "General Swim" the Third division Cfrom Spring vacation until the end of the
school yearj Senior and junior Life-Saving were given.
JR. CLASS BASKETBALL
First Row-J. Kehl, M. Waters, K. Thompson, B. Mcllraith, B. Buchard, M. Iverson.
Second Row--D. Vollman, B. Mearns, D. Brcnncman, M. Ermine, F. Ellis, D. J. Orr, J. Brunson.
GIRLS SENIOR CHAMPS QSOCCERJ
First Row-J. Orwig, M. Thiel, P. L. Burpee, H. Bower, J. Crawford.
Second Row-M. J. Miller, E. Culver, N. Wilde, M. Lauer, M. Fowler, B. Fraser.
Soccer this year proved itself the usual popular sport. Miss Smith was the coach in
place of Miss Biesmeier who filled that position last year. Last year's plan which included
a head of soccer and four class managers was again successfully employed. Post-gradu-
ates and students assisted by ofliciating at the games.
The Freshmen had the largest turnout of 104, which attendance shows the interest
of this up and coming class.
I The Winning teamwas a combination of Miss Cole's and Miss Fulton's Junior adviser
rooms, with Sentney-Burchard Sophomore team runners-up.
The inter-class tournament was not completed owing to the condition of the rain-
First Row-J. Engel, J. Horton, A. Nord, J. Kehl, T. Tucker.
Second Row--M. Waters, R. Offner, F. Ellis, G. Johnson, M. L. Lepman, M. Iverson.
SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM
First Row-J. Lundahl, F. Payne, E. Hirsch, H. Holton, E. Kriebel.
'Second Row-G. Hirschberg, N. Harris, O. Brower, T. Anderson.
The hockey season of 1931'was the best ever in accordance with the usual predic-
tion. The fact that 225 girls attempted hockey may be accredited to the new attend-
ance system of having two practice days instead of one, and the new location of our
hockey Held fit usedto be a terrible trudge from Indian Hill after a hard gamej. We
had the usual advisor room games at the first of the season, and the team which was
cornposednof girls from Miss Wilson's, Miss Donham's, Miss Hadderfs, and Miss Mosh-
el's advisor rooms won the championship. Following this, teams were chosen and the
regular interclass games closed the season.
SENIOR HOCKEY CHAMPIONS
First Row-E. Hirsch, H. Holton, E. Balhatchet, A. Linn, E. Erickson.
Second Row-N. Harris, G. Hirschbcrg, D. Tansill, O. Brower, T. Anderson, B. Simpson.
The natural dancing class has had a most successful year due to the able leadership of
Miss Smith and with the assistance of Miss Hubsch, the pianist, and Babe Fraser, head
of dancing. The class has done something this year which has never been done before.
This was the presentation, in the form of a recital of "Original Interpretation in Dance
Form." Of the thirty girls enrolled in the class, twelve made Hrst team and five made
Because of the extreme popularity of the- clogging classes last year, it was found neces-
sary to limit the classes this year to Juniors and Seniors. Among the accomplishments
of the two classes were the two dances, called "The Newsboyv and "Reuben and Ra-
chel." The teams were picked at che end of the season by Miss Smith and Elizabeth
Balhatchet, who has been assisting in the clogging classes. There were twelve who made
first team and nine who made second. Under the new point system credit is given for
attendance rather than for making teams and in this way every girl has a chance to
receive G.A.A. credits.
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SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
First Row-T. Hosking, E. Bostrom, V. Lang, XV. Jenkins, S. J. Haven, L. Field, J. Kampmeir, Miss
Mickey, Mrs. Cotton, R. Delnnder, E. Sager, M. Loomis, B. Blair, D. Ycttcr, H. Orvis, F.
Second Row-D. Crawford, R. Bersch, M. Kahler, A. Edingcr, W. Katz, B. Mclllraith, P. McCabe,
B. Sheldon, M. Cree, R. Thompson, I.. Bauman, J. Spinncy, B. Levinson, R. Walker, J. Benson,
M. E. Hayes, P. Dubsky, C. Wachs, J. Wright.
Third Row-J. Olson, D. Goode, J. Matheson, S.-Minor, B. McFadzean, B. Guthrie, E. Anderson,
E. Cozzens, P. Burpee, L. Wagner, F. Sellery, L. Krupnick, E. Culber, N. Modine, J. Phillips,
G. Ellis, R. Olson, B. Nordberg.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
First Row-B. Meyer, J. Becker, E. Clark, P. Gilpert, A. Ebeling, A. Jones, H. Green, R. Merriman,
D. Yetter, A. Sandig, M. Seeg, M. Falvery, M. Bryan, E. Angelbeck.
Second Row-D. Julian, B. Grant, A. Booz, R. Gries, B. Clark, M. Friedlander, G. Sprague, J. Bryson,
B. Taylor, E. Mangel, R. Felsenthal, A. Levitson, L. Gritchever, M. Lewis, E. Steen, C. Well-
beloved, L. Eldridge.
Third Row-R. Greengard, T. Smith, B. Smith, J. Rusnak, D. Deacon, M. Harris, E. Boldenwick,
D. Simpson, B. Simpson, R. Nelson, E. Hearn, J. Brown, J. Olson, P. Hoffman, M. Cree,
M. Truesdale, D. Hcrzig.
GIRLS GLEE CLUB
First Row-H. Clark, C. Wachs, M. Warner, R. Rounsfull, G. Sprague, M. Meleney, M. Waugh, R.
Anderson, E. Ricks, E. Carlcn, J. Moore, V. Lang, M. Ebeling, H. Booz.
Second Row-M. Frcdlander, B. Taylor, R. Thompson, M. Taylor, J. Johnson, H. Dillon, B. Levinson,
A. Burnham, M. Watsoii, D. Volman, J. Engle, H. Green, M. Kahler, E. Piepmeier, D. Ingham,
A. Burge, V. Grigsby.
Third Row-V. Smith, D. Goode, E. Englehart, B. XViley, H. Shepard, S. Romig, F. Sellery, J. Olson,
G. Ellis, M. F. Rogers, E. Boldenwick, R. Seymour, B. Hawley, J. Weston, A. Fraser, H.
Holton, N. Fisher, B. Mcllraith.
BOYS GLEE CLUB '
First Row-D. Torrey, M. Dethloff, W. Katz, B. Hillner, A. Snyder, B. Blair, F. Christiansen, W.
Jenkins, D. Barnard, B. Martin, R. Rockwood, T. Ballard, T. Hoskings.
Second Row-G. Faymonville, B. Brown, P. Wright, B. Fletcher, F. Kriebal, J. Bartholomew, A. Acker-
mann, D. Oliver, J. McNamee, J. Philips, B. Thackery, B. Walpole, A. Katzel, B. Miller, L.
Third Row-R. Brill, J. Bailey, B. Cassel, L. Field, D. Denis, E. Sloan, R. Shortridgc, A. Becklekima,
L. Smith, V. Lunsman, D. Olson, B. MacFadzean, B. Guthrie, S. Schuman.
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First Row-M. Friedlander, B. Edmondson, V. jones, S. Mitchell, Miss Mickey, A. Burnham, E. Chiches-
ter, R. Chatard, A. Hollawagy.
Second Row-A. Booz, A. Edmonds, N. May, l... Sandburg, C. Hoffmeyer, B. K. Morgan, V. Grigsby.
Third Row-K. Reynolds, J. Horsting, F. Ellis, E. Hearn, E. Olson, E. Gossett, V. Moyer, L. Huck, V.
The New Trier Orchestra has done unusually ine work this year. In addition to
playing at each of the dramatic events, the Orchestra took part in the Christmas
Cantata and the Spring Music Festival. It has also assisted at outside functions includ-
ing a mass meeting at the Kenilworth Club, a meeting of the Wilmette Rotary Club,
and at the dedication of the Winnetka Community House.
Among the Works studied this year, are the-first movement of Caesar Franck's D
minor symphonyg Nickolai's Overture to "The Merry Wives of Windsor"g and the
first movement of Schuman's A minor concerts.
'First Row-A. Katsil, F. Christiansen, Miss Mickey, B. Jenkins, T. Hosking.
Second Row-W. McFadzen, R. Olson, R. Guthrie, J. Phillips.
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Art Delan g
Henry Hunt Bob Walpole
Walker Jensen Janet Wright
George Jones Russell Wyle
This organization is indispensable to the welfare of the school. The band has upepped
up" every football and basketball game this year with its spirited music. The most out-
standing performance of the year occurred on May 6th at the annual Band Concert.
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BOYS, GLEE CLUB
Stanton Schuman ..................,. ...... .... P r csidellt
Dick Steen ...... . . .Sccreiary
Victor Lunsman ...............,..,............... Librarian
To date, the Boys' Glee Club has performed only once this year, although its mem-
bers are planning to sing with the Girls' Glee Club at the Spring Concert and at the
Commencement exercises in June. The appearance referred to above was made at
Christmas time, and in keeping with the spirit of the season. "Now Let Every Tongue
Adore Thee" was rendered. The very excellent Octet, composed of eight members of
the Glee Club, reflected the painstaking direction of Miss Mickey in a concert at Great
Lakes as well as on numerous other occasions.
Instead of an opera, the Spring Concert is planned for the outstanding musical event
of the year. The concert is to take place on May 14th with the Glee Clubs, choruses,
and the orchestra combining to make this event a traditional New Trier success. The
main score is to be "Hiawatha's Wedding Feast,', followed up by some old Southern
melodies and English nursery rhymes.
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Phyliss Dubsky . . ........................ . . .Prcsirlcnt
Ellen Cozzens .........,........ ..,. S ecretary
Eleanor Culver .......,......,..,.. . . . .Treasurer
Alison Burge and Margaret Kahler ................... Librarians
Mrs. Cotton has directed the Girls' Glee Club to another very successful year. The
Club performed first in combination with the Boys' Glee Club, the Madrigal Club, and
the orchestra, in the Leslie F. Gates gymnasium. At this Christmas Festival, Phyliss
Dubsky sang the solo part of "The Lord Is My Shepherd," by Peter Christian Lutkin.
Following up this performance with another success, the Glee Club sang very beau-
tifully at the Winnetka Congregational Church on Easter morning.
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
Senior Music Club is made up of 50 members who, besides being normal students,
are considered the best musicians in the school. Every instrument, from the accordion
to the human voice, is represented in our club. This allows the bi-monthly programs
to be varied as well as interesting. Once in a while, some of our more talented members
have played pieces of their own composing. Of course we cannot say that all the interest
lies in the programs. The club is noted for its refreshments, and never yet has a member
gone away from a meeting in a famished condition. Perhaps this is the reasw: the
students attend the programs so regularly. Surely Mrs. Cotton and Miss Mickey would
not admit that their sponsorship and genuine interest in the club had anything to do
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
It is sometimes hard to say whether the enthusiastic members of this organization
come to the monthly meetings for the interesting programs or for the "eats" afterwards.
While the latter proves to be an important attraction, Miss Jones, the sponsor, has
created a real interest in music and prepares people for membership in Senior Music
Club under the leadership of Mrs. Cotton. This club cannot boast of any great geniuses
but rather a friendly group of boys and girls showing interest and inclination toward
musical lines. Who knows but that using the Junior Music Club as a just stepping
stone to the Senior Club some of our students may bring back great fame to New
Trier in the musical world in years to come?
. .. . . , . ,,,, ,rr ,
Miss Stanwood Broad Mr. Van Kirk
The Dramatic Club is justly proud of its record for 1932. The Club's Social Com-
mittee undertook to arrange for the regular monthly meetings and has acquitted itself
of the task nobly. Through the efforts of the Committee, such interesting programs as,
a walking rehearsal by members of the Faculty Dramatic Club, a lecture on "makeup"
by Mr. Baird of Northwestern, and other equally good programs have been presented.
Aside from the meetings, by far the most important activity of the Dramatic Club is
the production of plays. This year a total of three plays was given.
"Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott was presented in March with an all-school
cast. The story, which is almost a part of Childhood, is known to everyone. New Trier
greeted the play enthusiastically and Went away feeling that full Value had been re-
ceived. This large attendance at the opening performance was highly gratifying to the
Dramatic Club and lent much assurance to its later efforts.
Two one act plays, "Man Who Married a Dumb Wife" by France and "The Ghost
Story" by Tarkington, were presented by the freshmen and sophomores on March 19th.
The underclassmen took hold of their parts in a very professional manner much to the
elation of fathers, mothers, relatives, and the rest of the audience.
CAST OF PURPLE NIASK
First Row-N. Shapker, M. E. Collyer, W. Sundlof, H. Holton, P. Husting, L. Champlin, W. Merrill,
M. E. Graham, R. Delandcr.
Second Row-D. Cardy, Knowles, G. Browning, G. Van Treuren, L. Buckmastcr, N. Harriss, J. Broad,
C. Schmidt, R. Hess.
Third Row-J. DeBeers, J. Dement, K. Stilling, B. Sparks, M. Cobb, L. Krupnick, F. Ellis, E. Howard.
ACTIVE DRAMATIC CLUB
Third Row-B. Howard, R. Romig, H. Kinne, P. Dubsky, N. Putnam, E. Culver, D. Simpson, M. Cobb,
E. Cnzzens, I. Bull, G. Yeoman, C. Hanson, P. Phillips.
Second Row-B. Ellison, E. Bickham, A. Brown, V. jones, L. Buskmascer, K. Hepburn, B. Merriman,
E. Cassel, D. Rnutsong, A. Edmonds, G. Bersch, F. Sellery.
First Row-A. Ackermnnn, N. Fisher, C. Brown, R. Hoagland, V. Flannery, B. Brown, J. Kampmeier,
M. Kahler, B. Sheldon, C. Orvis, B. Fletcher, J. Moore.
In May the seniors and juniors climaxed the season with a presentation of "The
Purple Mask" by Paul Armont. Unbelievable kidnappings, dark intrigue, a-nd tender
romance, are all characteristics of this fast-moving drama. The settings for the five
acts of the play represent a vast amount of work on the part of the Stage Crew and
Property Staff and certainly a large measure of credit is due to these organizations.
PROBATIONARY AND PLAYER DRAMATIC CLUB
First Row-N. May, E. Hirsch, ij. Broad, kj. Dcment, 'l'S. Date, 41. Haskin, M. E. Graham, L. Moore.
Second Row-C. McGivern, H. Orvis, T. Robertson, B. Weston, A. Burge, R. Sager.
Third Row-J. Strauss, 'l'j. Lauritson, L. Maguire, QP. Hosking, QR. Sparks, C. Davis, B. Bishop.
. CAST OF LITTLE WOMEN
First Row-J. Kampmeier, D. Simpson, S. Romig, D. Routsong, M. Kahler.
Second Row-J. Bull, S. Date, J. Dement, B. Brown.
As in previous years, Miss Stanwood and Mr. Van Kirk have shaped the course of
Dramatics at New Trier to a successful conclusion. They have given unstintingly of
their time in coaching the plays :md in guiding the destiny of the Club. In return for
this, the members of the Dramatic Club tender their deep appreciation to both Miss
Stanwood and Mr. Van Kirk.
The stage crew and property staff assist greatly in producing the high quality plays
that distinguish New Trier.
The six boys who make up the Stage Crew have, under the direction of Miss Grover,
contributed much in the way of sets and scenery. to the three major productions of
the year. The settings for the Senior play were the most elaborate, and therefore the
most difficult piece of work undertaken.
STAGE AND PROPERTIES CREW
First Row-G. Yeoman, R. Hoaglund, J. Lauritson, I. Haskin, P. Hosking.
Second Row-L. Russell, A. Ackermann, F. Carey, J. Moore.
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Mr. Carpenter Kinne Ostrom
ECHOES 19 3 2
The Echoes Staff this year faces problems more difficult than in any preceding year.
Not only the ever-present "Depression," with its ensuing lack of ready cash and
difficulty in obtaining advertisements, but in March the possibility of New Trier's
closing stood in our way.
There was a lengthy discussion over the differently priced books, but this Echoes
won. We feel that in it we have successfully carried out our aims: we have an
inexpensive book, yet one in which all activities and events are fully and interestingly
covered, a book which represents to the Seniors a summary of their four years' work,
and which we hope will be a guide and inspiration to the members of the other classes.
If we have done these things successfully, if We have lived up to the high standards
set us by our predecessors, and if we have perhaps set a new goal for our successors,
we feel more than repaid for the hard work and long hours we have spent on this book.
We hope you like it!
EDITORS OF ECHOES
First Row-T. Waclis, Erickson, H. Kinne, Mr. Carpenter, R. Ostrom, E. Howard, E. Wade, J. Broad.
Second Row-I. Haskin, P. Philips, H. Holton, L. Wolf, B. Kidd, B. Dostal, H. Widdcn, E. Kriebel, J,
Ed itors-in-Chic f
Harry C. Kinne
Albert Ackerman, Asst.
Janet Mcllraith, Editor
Colin Finlayson, Editor
Bill Kidd, Ast.
Bud Howard, Editor
Clyde Warble, Asst.
Betty Dostal, Editor
Helen Holton, Editor
Esther Kriebel, Editor
Harvey Whidden, Mgr.
Janet McNulty, Asst.
Leonard Wolff, Editor
The Gavel Club is an organization that is sponsored by Mr. MacLean. The purpose
of the club is to further interest in debating. At the meetings, which are held monthly,
debates are held, which are given by the members. Debating questions are discussed
and occasionally an outside speaker is brought in who is likely to be interesting to all
the members. Anyone interested in debating is eligible for entrance. The underclass-
men are welcomed because it is hoped they will furnish material for future New Trier
teams. This hope has been realized as several underclassmn formerly members, are
now on the team.
Mr. MacLean gives a great deal of aid to the club. The debates give the students
practice in extemporaneous speaking as well as in prepared speeches.
The club had a very successful year, giving one party at the home of a member.
F ORENSIC BOARD
Under the able sponsorship of Coach Chester E. MacLean, the Forensic Board worked
very successfully this year. Leonard Krupnich was the manager of the Board and Carl
Enchelmayer, assistant manager. Albert Ackermann, Alice Freeman, john Griiiith
were other members who did outstanding work. The purpose of this Board is to act
as executive body for the Debate Teams, and the Gavel Club, an organization which
aims to give its members practice i-n debating and extemporaneous speeches. The Board
was also able to secure a number of prominent speakers throughout the year. Maj.
Griffith of XVinnetka, the commissioner of athletics for the Big Ten, and the Honorable
Ray West, former Secretary of the Interior, are only two of the speakers. The members
of the Board are: Paul Netterstrom, Albert Ackermann, John Curtis, Don Nelson,
Tom Antrim, and Lambert Maguire.
The Riley Memorial Cup for Effective Debating was awarded last year to Paul
Netterstrom, the captain of the Negative Team, and the Elmer Baker Memorial Trophy
for Loyalty, Cooperation, and Perseverance, to john Curtis CSZQ.
First Row-J. Elder, G. Pancoe, L. Krupnick, A. Lupean, L. Maguire, M. Leslie, T. Antrim, E. Sichapiro.
Second Row-A. Freeman, W. Kline, J. Grifiith, B. Ellison, G. Walker, T. Wax.
Third Row-A. Ackerman, R. Oliver, C. Wai-ble, E. Bolderwick, H. Kinne, E. Howard, J. Kingery.
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First Row-J. Griflitli, Alice Freeman, Chester Maclean.
Second Row--A. Ackerman, L. Krupnick.
Lambert Maguire . . . ........... ...... 1 'resident
Tom Antrim .... . . .Vice-President
Mary Alice Leslie. . . ....... Secretary
John Griiiith ........,............................ Treasurer
The Gavel Club, one of the Forensic Activities, under the Forensic Board had an
unusual number of members this year.
First Row-J. Kingery, B. Klein, A. Lupein, Mr. McLean, G. Pancoe, G. Walker, L. Krupnick.
Second Row-B. Ellison, T. Antrim, J. Donahue, L. Maguire, D. Nelson, A. Ackerman, J. Griffith.
Because of a change of policy on the part of the Daily News, our orators did not
have the usual opportunity of participating in the National Oratorical Contest. In
past years, this contest and the Union League Contest have always aroused the greatest
interest both in the student body and in the speakers themselves.
As could be expected, there was much disappointment when the Daily News an-
nounced it would no longer sponsor the National Contest in the Chicago district.
However this fact did not serve to keep John Beckman from capturing a third place
in the Union League event. John is probably New Trier's outstanding possibility
On December 11, a Freshman Oratorical Contest was sponsored by the Wilmettc
Rotary Club with four cash prizes for the winners. From a group of twenty-seven
contestants, Marjorie Flanigan was awarded first placeg Anna Marie Booz and Ralph'
Rockwood tied for the next two prizes, and William Cassell carried off the remaining
honors. This was the first venture into a Freshman contest at New Trier and judging
from its success there should be many more to follow.
Mr. Reiley looks forward to next year's work with a justifiable degree of optimism
and confides to the Echoes that his highest hopes are centered on the Illinois Literary
Association Contest and on the National Oratorical Contest in 1933.
First Row-NV. Cassell, M. Flannigam, J. Beckman, F. Reily, L. Krupnick, A. M. Booz, R. Rockwood.
Second Row-R. Fletcher, M. Petersen, J. Horsting, M. West, M. Vleiler, J. Tinner.
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THE NEWS NOTES
New Trier has had no independently published school paper for the past three years,
because of lack of support on the part of the majority of the student body. Instead,
school news had been printed in the weekly local papers through the kindness of Mr.
Lloyd Hollister of Wilmette. In January of this year, the News N'otes staff started
work under the direction of Mr. Robert H. Carpenter of the faculty. He appointed
Mary Jane Curtis as editor-in-chief and Emma Bickham as her assistant.
Work slowly got under way, and in three weeks was running smoothly. Due to the
depression, heat and light were turned off after 3:30 and the staff had to labor diligently
in the cold, dark typing room until closing hours. The ambitious journalists felt that
the work was worth the extra and unusual labor however, as they were very anxious
that New Trier township parents and students should have some definite means of
obtaining news of New Trier activities.
The editors are to be commended for their unceasing work, and the staff, in turn,
for their cooperation. The feature writers did excellent work with their columns. Bob
Hess had the humor column, Mary Elizabeth Collyer the Inquiring Reporter, Eileen
Burke the Girls' Athletics, and Bob Leonard and Laurence Buckmaster the Boys'
NEXVS NOTES STAFF
First Row-B. Hicks, M. Mockler, E. Burke, M. E. Collier, B. Leonard, M. J. Curtis, Editor, E. Bickam,
L. Cowan, M. Waters, E. Moss, J. Orwig.
Second Row-J. Cosner, J. Straus, McConnell, B. Mcllraith, A. Burge, D. Deacon, B. Clark, L. W'hite,
J. Horton, J. Kehl, B. Burns.
Third Row-C. Warblc, V. Grigsby, H. Kinne, M. Mouat, G. Everett, L. Krupnick, F. Scllery, S.
Schuman, E. Culver, B. XVerden.
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Bob Hess ........ ..,........ ....... P r esident,
Janet McNulty .... .... V ffl?-PP'C'Sil1iE'lIf
Lauretta Anderson . . . ....... Secretary
Ed Doyle .,....... . . ..... .... ..... T 1' vasurer
If the popularity of a club can be determined by the size of its membership Lens
Club rates very highly with the students of New Trier, having an active membership
of 180. But what can make a club so popular? No doubt it is the pleasing and con-
genial personality of its sponser, Mr. Herron, coupled with the vast amount of interest
Lens Club meetings are held once a month at which time the members are entertained
by the talent in the club, short reels, and talks on photography. At one of the meetings
the all-school movie, "Two Eggs and a Chicken," was shown to the club. This amusing
film was taken by last year's Lens Club and the scenario was written by Fred Wetterer.
Plans are being made for another school movie to be begun immediately after Spring
Vacation. Two scenarios submitted by Fred Wetterer and Ned Shapker are being con-
sidered and others are in the making. The scenes are laid in and around New Trier
and the actors are New Trierites. The movie is being looked forward to with much
anticipation and interest.
The aim of the club is to encourage and promote interest in photography among its
members. The club inspires the photographers toward perfection by having them turn
in snapshots each meeting, the best of which are posted on the bulletin board.
A committee of four enjoyed a trip to the photographic department of the Daily
Any student can become a member of this fascinating club if he shows sufficient
interest in photography.
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
I 1 I Q OFFICERS I
Walter Wanger . . . ........... ....... P rcsirlenzf
- Ruth Johnson .... Vice-President
, Anita' Johnson .. ..,... Secretary
Norman johnson . . ........ Treasurer
f Dorothy Fox .. ...Social Chairman
The purpose of the Commercial Club is to promote social and educational activities
among the students of the Commerce Department. Any student taking one or more
Commerce subjects may join. The club has 65 members this year.
The irst social event of the year, a Hallowe'en Party at the home of the Club's
sponsor, Mr. Johnson, was a great success. Other social affairs' included a Christmas
meeting with presents and refreshments for all, a spring party at the home of a member,
and finally a beach party.
Educational events consisted of the showing of several interesting films and the
staging of a business play in the Girls' Study Building.
During the May meeting of che club all members, whom the Commerce teachers
were quite certain they could recommend to the best kind of business positions, were
elected to the Honor Division of the club and were presented with the Honor Division
Emblem by the Sponsor. The history of the Club over a period of ten years indicates
that the judgment of the teachers in selecting those thus honored is quite accurate.
There are no failures to date among Honor Division members who have started business
First Row-E. Rouley, E. Peterson, E. Steele, R. Peuckert, W. Wenger, D. Fox, Mr. Johnson, R. John-
son, N. johnson, M. Meyer, M. Borre, E. Riva, R. Swanson, H. Beck.
Second Row-F. Schmitz, G. Coley, A. Struebing, A. Coutre, H. Middendorf, R. Balmes, R. Horky,
S. Zaremba, E. Engelhardt, K. Harvey, J. Scrimgeour, A. Komen, H. Sticken, I. Clegg, A.
Lundquist, M. Schauffler, L. Steffens, M. Koza, V. Anderson.
Third Row-D. Chatard, C. Davis, M. Thruman, R. Anderson, D. Bergh, W. Hawkinson, M. Russell,
H. Reinwald, L. Walkey, XV. Schmidt, M. Hiebner, H. Sauvage, M. Thalman, F. Rochlitz,
V. Lance, V. Anderson, P. HHPP, M. Benz.
THE SPORTS CLUB
The motto of the Sports Club is "Sports and Sportsmanship for all."
Athletes-barring the rowdy type-are universally in accord with the belief that
sports become more appealing if they are promoted in a business-like manner and
officiated efficiently. It was with this thought in mind that Mr. Showley orga-nized the
Sports Club four years ago when we came into the use of the new Leslie F. Gates
Since every graduation has depleted the Club of its more experienced members, there
has always been a rebuilding process taking place in which it has been necessary to
assign less experienced oilicials to some games. High school refereeing at the best
cannot hope to approach the professional officiating which is seen at the interscholastic
games. It is true that some protests are entered occasionally, but on the whole, improve-
ment in the players' attitude towfard the work of the Sports Club has been noticeable
in the 1931-'32 season.
A very important project undertaken by the Club this year has been the supervision
of the field house during the lunch periods. This was done because the School Board
found it necessary to ask that some organization protect property and maintain order.
It was decided that the best Way to keep students from getting into trouble in the
gym was to furnish some recreation. The Sports Cl'ub has given up its time to the
issuing of equipment for indoor ball games, ping-pong, and golf driving practice.
All in all, the Club has enjoyed a very profitable season. Its real worth, however,
will be proven only with the successful development in years to come of those new
members taken in during their Freshmen and Sophomore years.
First Row-G. Cole, H. DeTamble, J. Melcher, A. Morris, D. Showley, W. Kidd, G. Everett, C. Leonard,
L. Buckmaster. ' H
Second Row-P. Crawford, F. Taber, R. Leonard, J. Zinner, L. Lcpman, R. Torrey, D. Rahn, D. Har-
rison, L. Greenbaum.
Third Row-F. Eager, L. Skog, J. Vandervries, A. Barker, F. Gilgis, M. Frankel, QP. Hola, E. Arden.
William Smyth ..
Marie Skog ....
Arthur West ....
THE RIFLE CLUB
William Ray ........
John and Jas. Luke.
Clinton Demmon ..... ....
Mr. W. S. Brown.
. . . , . . .President
. . . .Vice-President
. . . . . . .Secretary
. . . . . .Treasurer
. . . .Range Officers
. Team Manager
The Rifle Club was organized in 1925 for the purpose of acquainting the boys and
girls with the rudirnents of rifle shooting and the care and safe use of firearms.
The club is affiliated with the National Rifle Association and members are eligible
to compete for diplomas and medals through all the stages to Expert Riflemen and
Distinguished Rifleman status.
In the National Interscholastic Tyros Team match which we won in 1930 and 1931
our two teams placed 3rd and 4th. The high five members of the placing 3rd received
N. R. A. medals, so Arthur West, Wm. Ray, Gardiner Johnson, Jas. Luke and Walter
Wanger are no longer Tyros.
The Girls' team took part in the Girls' Interscholastic National team match, che
result of which has not come to hand.
So far the record of the team has been extremely good, having Won more than three-
fourths of its matches. New Trier's 1932 team broke all former records by scoring
498 out of a possible 500.
The club has an enrollment of 60 members, 30 of whom shoot regularly as a member
of one of the three teams.
The Radio Club is a small group that is interested in amateur radio. There are seven
licensed operaters in the club that have government licenses. This year two more
operators passed their examinations: Torn Hildebrand and Carlton Ross. The club has
featured some very unique talks by outside speakers. In room 411 there is a modern
short wave S0 watt transmitter and receiver which has been rebuilt this year.
Mr. Jones is che club sponsor. The ofiicers of the club are as follows: President, Ben
Brion W9BGOg Vice-President, Bob Howard NV9VMg Secretary, Lewis Birdsall W9BSV3
and last but not least James Richs, Chief Operator, W9DHH.
First Row-R. Hoffman, B. Brion, Mr. Jones, J. Ricks, B. Howard, L. Birdsall.
Second Row-L. Kornblith, R. Pickard, R. Barret, R. Blomcier, J. Millington, B. Noya.
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Mazie Mouat .. .......... .... P resident
Marion Barber ........ . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Svcrelary
The Service Club consists of about forty students. These girls volunteer two periods
a week to assist in the Nurses, ofiice.
The Club is affiliated with the Junior Red Cross and at the end of each year the
members who complete the work receive the Red Cross certificate for Home Nursing
and First Aid.
Under the able leadership of Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Boice the girls have become more
and more valuable to the administration of health in the school. They do clerical
work, help to care for the equipment and supplies in the Health office, learn the rudi-
ments of home nursing and attend to the students who come to the ofhce in need of
first aid. This frees the Health counsellors for educational work.
At the end of the year the girls receive Service Club pins, which are given by the
School in acknowledemgnt of their helpful efforts and the sacrifice of time and energy.
In addition to this, they gain in poise and in professional attitude and acquire consid-
erable knowledge of simple nursing procedure.
Year by year the Service Club has grown into more usefulness in serving others. The
Service Club was formed in 1925. The requirements for membership are: a fairly good
record in scholarship, the parents' signature and a desire to serve.
The attitude and general character of the club are most satisfactory. The girls are
more than wiilling to do their share of the work and they all try to give the best service
they can. Because of this assistance the Health Department is able to carry on better
and more quickly the many activities necessary in the prevention of illness among the
The girls have done as well this year as they have done in the past.
First Row-J. Gourlay, H. Leach, C. Wagner, O. Brower, G. Van Trueron, F. Gripe, Mrs. Moore, M.
Mouat, Mrs. Boice, M, Barber, J. Brunson, L. Moore, J. Nelson, M. Lepman, S, Stoerk.
Second Row-J. Smith, E. Stiles, M. Nevins, M. Kahler, R. Wilkins, S. Cardy, A. Fraser, A. Halley,
M. Kirkwood, A. Burge, M. Adegaand, V. Smith, M. Strauss, G. Vosburgh, J. Wilder, V.
Guoudane, B. Kirwan.
Third Row-C. Mompier, E. Chichester, J. Hankins, M. Fowler, F. Ellis, J. Russell, J. Scarrett, N.
Haugan, E. Culver, H. Bower, L. Wagner, J. Dement, F. Nelson, D. Bersch, E. Balhatchet.
Margaret Gould ..., ........... ....... P r esident
Charles Pick ..... .... V ice-Presin'eut
Louise Varney . . . ......, Secretary
James Kingery . . . ..... Treasurer
The French Club has been reorganized with the sole purpose in mind of furthering
acquaintance with the French language and the French people. Since this is the purpose
the laws have been changed to permit anyone interested in French to become a member
regardless of grade, which formerly restricted membership.
This year the meetings have been held once a month and have brought forth a big
attendance. Among the speakers have been Miss Sentney wlho spoke on her recent trip
to Japan, Mlle. Jenart who spoke on the French colonial exposition, and Mr. Simpson
who gave movies of Paris with explanations. These have served to give glimpses of
French life and to hear French. Business meetings conducted in' French and a tea
at which we sang, played French games and worked cross-word puzzles in French gave
us a chance to try our own French on each other.
Dues were not collected this year for obvious reasons. The only collection was for
the tea since the coffers were nearly emptied by the purchase of a tax warrant of gen-
erous denomination. However, we have gotten along well without full dues and we
Wish following clubs as much success as we have had.
Eugene Harper . . , ............. President
Herbert Savage .. ..,.....,. 'Vice-President
Lucy Ann Jonas .... .... S erretary and Treasurer
Eugene Harper .... .......... T cam Captain
The New Trier Chess Club is one of the most important clubs of New Trier, about
which, however, very little is known. Although the club has a good enrollment the
majority of the student body knows little or nothing concerning the activities.
This club is an organization founded for the purpose of furnishing competition for
the chess players of the school and, most important, of building up the intellect of
those who wish to join. The game of chess is one that cannot be played and won by
mechanical skill alone, it requires the power to think correctly.
You do not have to know how to play chess to become a member of this organization
for the game is taught to those who desire to learn it. However, knowledge of the
game will be very helpful.
A chess team is chosen from those ranking highest in the "Round Robin' tournament
which is maintained throughout the entire year. This team plays interscholastic matches
with teams of other high schools. In the past New Trier has been very successful in
her chess matches, for only upon rare occasions has she been defeated.
There is constant, keen competition within the club, for all the members play to
protect their individual positions from their aspirants and if possible to supplant one
of the players in the rank above them. Consolation games are held at practically every
meeting and at times between meetings. In this way many helpful suggestions are
garnered and chess problems solved.' Different types of attack and defense are shown
and discussed to the advantage of every player.
Although the New Trier Chess Club does not guarantee to make an ace of every
member it does guarantee to improve his playing to a great extent.
First Row-R. Sefar, B. Youngquist, R. Thompson, J. Schumacker, F. Gripe, W. Norris.
Second Row-H. Bakkems, T. McCann, J. DeBeers, E. Harper, E. Schmidt, M. Heberholtz, H. Sanvage.
Milton Vore ....,. ..,........ ....... P r esident
Paul Netterstrom , . . ..., Vicr'-President
Frank Williams . . ..... Treasurer
Bill Pavey ........... ,... . . . . . . . . .,.. Secretary
During the past year the Geology club, under the able sponsorship of Mr. Hildebrand,
has been engaged upon a geological study of the Chicago region.
Every two weeks talks and discussions have been given by the members of the club
on subjects relating' to the geological history of our section of Illinois.
The field trips proved to be very popular as evidenced by the number of persons
who were always ready to go exploring in the Lyman's yellow Ford car. The limestone
quarries at LaGrange, the open pit coal mine at Wilmington, and the Indian mounds
at Lewistown were some of the localities visited during the year. More than ten trips
have been made this year.
For several years the Geology Club has been affiliated with the Illinois Junior Academy
of Science. In this way it is able to keep in touch with other clubs of similar nature.
Contrary to belief, members of the Geology Club are 'not "fossils" but are very much
alive and able to carry on the work of the club. One does not have to be versed in
geology to have an interesting time at the meetings or on field trips. A
First Row-V. Green, M. Mouat, G. Browning, V. Davis, P. Netterstrom, Mr. Hildebrand, A. Dei-nehl,
T. Hosking, R. Schilback, P. Leach.
Second Row--H. Savage, F. Polzen, T. Robertson, S. Everett, J. Millington, R. Balmcs, H. Meyer, D.
Third Row-D. Longini, H. Schmidt, F. Hilpert, joliansnn, W. Pavey, R. Nelson, L. Huff, G. Yeoman,
. R. Samway.
Arnold Sobel . . ........... ....... P resident
Ruth Moll ...,... . , .Vice-Prcsidcrzt
Cornelia Kuc-:Ener .. ..... Secretary
Theo Robertson ............................,...... Treasurer
The German Club is under the able sponsorship of Miss Karst. The club aims to
increase the knowledge of its members concerning German culture and customs and
the meetings which are conducted in German are planned with such an aim in view.
The meetings are held once a month and attendance of the 25 members is strictly
At Christmas time a delightful party was held. During the year members of the
club have entertained with their talent, and a German student at Northwestern Uni-
versity lectured to the club. At one of the meetings Mrs. Paul Gilbert was presented,
she sang several German selections.
Two German plays were produced on April 29, "Gunstige Vorzeichenn and "Eigen-
sinn." For those readers who do not understand German it is best that We mention
that the former play means "Good Omens" and the latter, "Stubbornness.,'
The club hopes that its purpose has been fulfilled and that it has furnished its mem-
bers with many hours of pleasure. K
First Row-A. Borovieka, A. Goelz, C. Kueifner, T. Robertson, Miss Karst, A. Sobel, R. Moll, E.
Thompson, V. McConnell, E. Angelbeck.
Second Row--G. Reinhardt, G. Vonlleinsberg, H. Woldenberg, V. Raclin, A. Gruber, "F, Mueller, M.
Hecht, J. Kampmeier, J. Griiiith, S. Brooks.
Third Row-V. Lang, A. Ebeling, C. Knapp, D. Meves, J. Beckmann, E. Boldenwick, P. Netterstrom,
M. Russell, M. Benz, G. Birlane.
Virginia McConnell . . ....,..,... , .,..... President
Jerome Straus ..., .......... V ice-President
Sylvia Boynton ..,. . . .Secretary and Treasurer
The Scriblerus Club is a literary organization composed of the "intellectuals" of New
Trier. A membership is very exclusive and one to be proud of, for the number of
members is limited to one person for each hundred pupils i-n the school. The total
membership for this year is 19 choice students.
Application for membership can be made by submitting some form of literary work
which is read and voted on by the members of the club without knowing who the
author is. Of the 40 who tried out only 10 passed approval. The club is restricted
to 2 sophomores and upper classmen.
Miss Hamilton and Mr. Pifer are the sponsors of Scriblerus and a great part of the
success of the club is due to their efforts.
Meeti-ngs are held twice a month during which time the members are entertained
by outside speakers or work on their own material. Mr. VanKirk of the English De-
partment who has made an extensive study on versification of poetry gave a series of
talks and with his aid the members attempted to try their skill at versification. Another
prominent speaker was Mr. Neil M. Clark, a writer for the American Magazine, who
discussed the art of Writing.
Each year the works of the members are entered in the Scholastic Literary Contest
the results of which are revealed in June.
Plans are being made for a picnic in the Forest Preserves sometime in May.
To help its members write better and more easily is the aim of the Scriblerus Club.
First Row-B. Klein, G. Glenz, J. Straus, S. Boynton, Mr. Pifer, V. McConnell, B. Rothschild, R. Moll,
Second Row-B. Levinson, J. Mathieson, M. Suibold, F. Carey, G. Hunt, M. Gilhofer, D. Martin,
E. Bickham, B. Fletcher, E. Moulding.
John Davidson . . . ........... . . ,....,.... Presirlent
Ewing Johansen ,,... . . . ........... Vice-President
John Kirby .....................,..... Secrcfary and Treasurer
The Ornithology Club, which was organized to promote the interest in birds among
the students, has succeeded fairly well this year by having thirty-five active members.
At the first meeting of the year Mr. Hildebrand gave the club a very good outline
to study the birds frequenting this territory. This outline was followed by students
giving talks on the various points. The subjects dealt with the description, habits, and
migration of birds that one may see in this section of Illinois. These helpful talks were
supplemented by pictures, both movies and slides, taken by Mr. Hildebrand which
depicted some of the key characteristics of birds.
The club was very fortunate in having four federal bird banders as active members.
The art of catching and banding birds cannot be acquired by everyone, and the infor-
mation offered by these four members .was very beneficial to the rest of the club.
A brief summary of what the Ornithology Club has produced since its organization
may be of 'interest to the readers. Rolland Williams, the first student to acquire a
,federal bird banding permit, was very influential in exciting the interest of other
members of the club. Harold Spinney, Dorland Davis and Robert King soon had
permits and were doing great work in the field of banding. Ever since then others have
stepped in to take their -place as they graduated. David Davis and Ted De Lang were
the last to graduate and John Davidson, Paul Netterstrom, Stephen Brooks, and Ewing
Johansen stepped in to take their place.
The interest was so overwhelming that 8,000 birds were banded-by cooperators in
Each spring the club is well represented in the Barnett Bird Contest which gives
prizes for the best essays on birds.
These are wise birds!
First Row-E. Johansen, D. Cardy, E. Mayer, J. Davidsburg QPres.j, B. Schilbach, Mr. Hildebrand,
A. Dernehl, P. Netterstrom.
Second Row-E. Buchen, G. Browning, R. Baumes, P. Leach, I. Millington, R. Samway, M. Truesdale.
Third Row-S. Brooks, B. Schmitt, H. Sauvage, G. Everitt, G. Yoeman, M. Meier.
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First Row-H. Fleming, B. Racine, J. Struggles, L. Farwell, B. Rothschild, D. Cardy, F. Williams,
B. Long, A. Sobel, C. Weed.
Second Row-J. Rosenberg, J. White, B. Leonard, A. Barker, F. Putt, B. Burns, I. Laing, H. Kinne,
C. Brown, S. Minor.
Third Row--J. Miller, R. Kimbell, B. Howard, M. Vore, B. Conliaim, F. Bennett, P. Hosking, G. Ray,
A. Rice, N. Putnam.
FRESHMAN BOYS' SERVICE CORPS
First Row-A. Henrckson, B. Hillner, D. Weinstock, B. Candy, B. Wagiier, B. Robertson, C. Morean
Second Row-R. Rockwood, R. Wilson, T. Hildebrandt, W. Lehle, L. Skog, H. Gottlcib, T. Smith, E.
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GIRLS' OFFICE SERVICE CORP
First Row-M. J. Collyer, C. Orvis, M. Meleney, E. Anderson, G. Vosburgh, M. Huddy, E. Alberga.
Second Row-H. Jones, F. Kelley, D. Kunzer, M. Ericson, M. Skog, B. Loeb, H. Wright, M. J. Kellogg.
Third Row-J. Dement, H. Green, L. Gnughman, F. Olson, A. Gerken, G. Hirsclmberg, G. Bkartlixgg, C.
Yerkes, S. Za remba.
SERVICE DESK GIRLS I
First Row--C. Wagner, E. Kresge, J. Kehl.
Second Row-M. Gilhofer, C. Holmes.
First Row-R. Pavelcik, B. Collins, V. Buck, R. Johnson, M. J. Rich, Mrs. Lighter, C. Lawrence, C.
Schmidt, L. Moore, G. Vosburgh, J. Knowles, A. Edmonds.
Second Row-M. Thiel, J. Spinney, D. Hazelwood, J. Murray, J. Ericson, B. Schilback, K. McGivcn,
H. White, R. Patton, M. A. Leslie, S. Samms, S. Wax, M. Macfadzean, E. Anderson, G. Burch.
Third Row-M. Mouat, K. Harvey, A. Jarret, R. Wilkins, R. Seymour, J. Scarrett, M. F. Rogers,
M. Wegncr, D. Tansill, H. Sexmith, J. Russell, M. Kirkwood, P. Happ, B. Bennett, D. Good.
First Row-F. Rados, L. Smith, C. Hamilton, B. Waters, J. Enright, Mr. Biesemeier, W. Kunz, M.
Doose, J. Dewar, L. Kossow.
Second Row-J. Lauretson, J. Zipprich, N. Putnam, C. Williams, A. Katzel, D. Johnson, J. Straus,
M. Gerringer, A. Chambers. ' '
Third Row-D. White, K. Reinhold, K. Simons,,D. Grantstrom, M. Eddinger, F. Appleyard, D. Walker,
B. Smith, G. Eber, H. Cole, D. Norris.
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RESERVE DESK LIBRARIANS
First Row-E. Mayer, M. Watson, E. J. Bell, E. Strom, U. Wilson.
Second Row-H. Orvis, N. Fischer, A. Burge, J. Moore, C. Orvis.
First: Row-J. Moore,-V. Koomjian, R. Hoagland, I. Haskin, L. Brenner, H. Clarke.
Second Row-B. Hirsch, V. McConnell, F. Mack, D. Bell, H. McDermott, L. Noyes, B. Loeb.
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STATEMENT OF CLASS PRESIDENT
Through four years the Class of 1932 has been united
by common endeavors and mutual friendships. We have
encountered difficulties on the way, but they have been
' suecessfully overcome. Now We are approaching the end
of .our journey, and the road divides. We do not know
where these diverging paths lead, nor what adventures
await us. May We meet our futures joyously!
Joseph I. Adler, jr.
Lens Club 33 Northwestern Mili-
tary and Naval Academy 1, 2.
G.A.A. 43 Numeral 33 Dancing
IQ Tap 33 Dramatic Clubg Pro-
bationary IQ Active 22 Blue Bird
23 Senior Service 43 Spanish Club
Evanston Academy of Fine Arts
Don Kent Alford A
Co-Chairman Dance Committee
45 Football 43 Swimming 3, 45 ju-
nior Swimming 2, 31 Track ZQ Or-
ganization Staif of Echoes 43 Rifle
Club I, 2, 33 Team 2, 33 National
Tyro Champions 33 Senn High 1.
Swimming IQ Lens Club 1, 3, 4Q
Secretary 4Q French Club 2, 3.
U. of Southern California
G.A.A.3 N.T.G.3 A.A. 2, 3, 45
N. 3, 43 Track 1, 25 Tumbling 1,
22 Baseball 33 Basketball 3, 42
Hockey 2, 3, 4g Basketball Head
3, 42 Ornithologist's I.
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Commercial Club x, 43 Domecoi
Club 43 Health Council 4.
Severt M. Anderson
Int. Basketball I, 2, 3, 4g Basel
ball I, 2, 3.
Edward Richardson Arden
Class Social Committee IQ Foot-
ball Manager 2, 3, 43 Numerals 3
Letter 42 Playground Ball r, 2, 3
43 Swimming I, 2, 3, 43 Junioi
Orchestra IQ Senior Orchestra 1, 3
4Q Manager and Librarian 3, 4:
Sports Club 4.
Lightweight Basketball 4Q Letter
43 Track 42 Baseball 43 Central
High, Syracuse, New York r, 2, 3.
Junior Prom Chairman Decora-
tionsg Senior Hop Social Chairmang
Girls' Club Financial Chairman 43
Committee 31 G.A.A. rg N.T.G.
A.A. 33 N. 42 Clogging 3,43 Head
3, 45 Hockey 23 Nat. Dancing r,
25 Probationary Member Dramatic
Club IQ "Bluebird" rg Service
Club 4g Student Council IQ Sports
Board 3, 43 T.N.T. 43 Honor So-
ciety 4Q News Representative xg
Class Social Committee 2.
, , . I-al,
lbert F. Barker
Senior Swimming Managerg Let-
r 4g Football rg Track 4, Sports
lub 2, 3, 4Q Lens Club 45 Group
icture Staff Echoesg Information
Class Social Committee 3, 43
ervice Club 3g Leaders Corps r,
3 Honor Group r, 2, 33 Honor
ocicty 4g Registrar's Office 45 Stu-
ent Council Alternate 2.
us Bebas A
Baseball 2, 3, 4g Letter 3, 4g
vanston High I.
eter G. Bebas
Football SQ Evanston High 1.
Golf 3, Lake Forest Academy
Robert James Beda
Rifle Club 3, 43 Team 3, 4g Lens
Football 3, 4, Letter 4Q Fresh-
Soph Football 15 Numerals ZQ Band
I, 2, 3, 4, Honor Group r, 25
Usher Corps 45 Information Desk 4.
Janet Raemy Benson
Junior Orchestra IQ Senior Or-
chestra 2, 3, junior Music Club rg
Senior Music Club, 2, 3, 4.
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g Commercial
Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Service Club 4:
Honor Division Commercial Club
xi 2, 3, 4'
Class Program Representativeg
Senior Gift Committee 42 Honor
Society 43 Echoes Organizations
Staff 45 Westport High School,
Kansas City, Missouri 1, 2.
Basketball 2, 3, 4Q Volley Ball
3g Swimming r, 2, 3, 42 Water
Polo zg Tennis Doubles 22 Golf 33
Baseball 1, 2, 33 Int. Football 1, 25
Stamp Club r, 2, 3, Rifle Club 4.
Chess Club rg Stamp Club xg
Lens Club 2.
Champion Basketball 4g Radio
Club 42 Southwest High School,
Kansas City, Mo. 1, 2.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 2.
University of Chicago
Girls' Club Charity Committee
35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g French Club ZQ
Chess Club I, 25 Honor Group IQ
Honor Society 4.
Class Program Committee x5
Class Decoration Committee 35
Girls' Club Financial Committee 23
Girls' Club Arrangements Commit-
tee 45 G.A.A.5 N.T.G.A.A. 3, 4g
Soccer I, 2, 3, 45 Student Council
I, ZQ French Club 35 Lens Club
3, 4i N,T.O. ZQ Stamp Club ZQ
Honor Group 2, 33 Honor Society
42 Echoes Advertising Staff 33
Echoes Snap-shot Staff 45 Service
Club 3, 4- . .
Class Runner-up Basketball 4g
Band I, 2, 3, 41 Honor Group 35
Honor Society 4.
Sylvia Patricia Boynton
Class Social Committee, 35 'Class
Gift Committee 45 G.A.A.5 School
Doubles Tennis Champions 42 Or-
chestra z, 45 Scriblerus Club 2, 3,
43 President 35 Secretary 45 Chess
Club IQ News Stat? 35 Leaders'
Corp 1, lg Head of Tennis 4.
Track z, 3, 45 Radio Club 2, 33
John William Broad
Class Social Committee x5 Clas
Gift Committee 4g Chairman Tri
ship Dance Committee 43 Dramatic-
Club x, 2, 3, 45 Player 3, 45 Pres-
ident 45 "Bluebird" IQ "Disraeli"
25 "Purple Mask" 45 Student Coun-
cil IQ Honor Group 1, 2, 35 Honor
Society 45 Echoes Activity Staff 12
Staff Editor 4Q Gavel Club 3.
Stephen Elbert Brooks ,
German Playg German Club 42x
Spanish Club 35 N.T.O. 2, 3, 45
Secretary 32 Honor Group I, 2, 31
Honor Society 42 Barnett Bird
Thomas Ludwig Brooks, Jri
Stage Crew 35 St. johns Military
Academy 1, z.
G.A.A. i, 2, 3, 45 N.T.G.A.A.
35 N. 45 Hockey 3, 45 Baseball 1,
2, 35 Swimming 35 Echoes Typing
Stal? 45 Service Club 3, 45 Runner
Up Tennis Doubles 3.
University of Washington
Lightweight Basketball 45 Swim-
ing IQ Track QInt.j 35 Int. Foot-
all 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4Q
Bluebird" x5 Mantuan 35 Rifle
lub IQ Student Council IQ Alter-
atc 25 Honor Group 2, IQ Honor
ociety 42 Information Desk 4.
Girls' Club Friendly Committee
5 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g N.T.G.A.A.
, 4g Baseball I, 2, 35 Basketball x5
ealth Council z! Senior Service
George Browning, Jr.
Football Publicity Manager 4Q
asketball Manager 4Q Band IS
ramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 42 "Blue-
ird" IQ "Mr. Scrooge" 2g Science
lub IQ Lens Club 35 Geology
lub 2, 3, 4g Echoes Sports Staff, 4.
Orchestra 1, 21 Band I, 2, 3, 43
tudent Council I, 2.
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 "The
ittle Princess" lg Lens Club IQ
omecon Club 45 Registrar's Of-
Robert McNeil Burns, II
Scriblerus C'lub I, 2, 33 Secre-
tary 23 Lens Club 22 Usher Corps
42 News Notes 3, 45 Information
Desk 42 Swimming Manager 31
Representative to Suburban League
Council SQ News Staff 4.
Palyma Lee Burpee
G-A-A I, 2, 3, 45 N.T.G.A.A.
3, 45 N. 4Q Basketball r, 2, 3, 41
Soccer 2, 4g Baseball I, 22 Swim-
ming 35 Orchestra IQ junior Mu-
sic Club IQ Senior Music Club.
Paul Hudson Campbell
Basketball Champs 45 Int. Foot-
ball 45 Roosevelt High, Yonkers,
N. Y. 1, 2.
Donald K. cardy
Class Prom Committee 32 Track
Champions 35 Swimming Cham-
pions 35 Dramatic Club 4Q The
Purple Mask 45 Geology Club 4Q
Ornithology Club 4Q Spanish Club
ZQ Commercial Club 25 Rifle Club
ZQ Lcns Club 2, 3, 4g Radio Club'
lg Health Council 25 Echoes Ad-
vertising Staff 45 Information Desk
4g Ushers Corps 4.
Girls' Club Charity Committee
45 G.A.A.5 Service Club 43 Echoes.
Snap-shot Staif 4Q Spanish Club 25.
Stamp Club 25 Lens Club SQ Com--
mercial Club 3.
Football 25 Track 2, 35 Base-
ball 25 Swimming x, 4g Rifle
Chicago Academy of Fine Arts
Lesley Kirk Champlin
G.A.A. 43 Natural Dancing 2,
4g Junior Orchestra IQ Senior Or-
chestra zg "Pirates of Penzance" 32
Glee Club 2, 3, 42 Junior Music
Club rg Senior Music Club 2, 3,
4, Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Pro-
bationary IQ Active 23 Player 3, 45
"Blue Bird" IQ "Mr, Scrooge" zg
"Little Princess" zg "Daddy Long
Legs" 3g "The Purple Mask" 4g
Rifle Club 3, Vice-President 39
Girls' Team 33 Health Council 1.
National Collge of Education
G.A.A.g Health Council xg Lens
Club 45 Commercial Club 43
Echoes Advertising Stai 4.
Catherine Elizabeth Childs
Health Council 3, 49 Commer-
cial Club 33 Domecon'Club 4.
"T. K." Glencoe
Probationary Dramatic Club 35
"Mantuan" 35 Lens Club 3, 4.
Frank Church '.
Int. Football IQ Football 2, 3, 41
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4g Bas-
ketball I, 2, 3, Co-Captain 4g
T.N.T. 4g Class Treasurer 4Q Tri-
ship Dinner Committee 4.
"Freddie" ' ' Winnetka
Football 4g Swimming 1, 45
Baseball xg Information Desk 43
Rifle Club 4g International School
Geneva, Switzerland xg .Morgan
Park Military Academy 2, 3.
Robert T. Clore
Margaret V. Cobb
G.A.A.g Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4
"The Little Princess" 2Q "The Pur-
ple Mask" 45 Gavel Club 2, 3l
French Club 2, 3, 45 Debating
Team 35 Health Council I.
German Club 2, 4. l
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 42 Int. Track 4l
Lightweight ,Football 45 Sperm
Club 2, 3, 4.
Harold F. Cole
Immanuel Church School, Glen-
view, Ill. IQ Bryn Athyn Academy
Bryn Athyn, Penn. - " '
Charles Colesf '
"Chuck" Hubbard Wood
Evanston High 1, 2, 3.
Mary Elizabeth Collyer
Hockey 32 Baseball 35 "The
Purple Mask 45 French Club 45
News Staff 45 Registrar's Office 42
Marywood School for Girls 1, 2.
Robert L. Conhaim
Volley Ball 35 Baseball r, 2, 3g
Basketball 2, 33 Stamp Club 2, 35
Spanish Club 15 Information
University of Pennsylvania
Alice Josephine Coutre
Commercial Club 2, 3, 4g Lens
Club 3, 4.
Swimming Champs 35 "Pirates of
Penzance" 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 45
junior Music Club 25 Senior Mu-
sic Club 3, 42 Dramatic Club 35
Health Council 2.
Henry B. Crawford
Football 3, 45 Letter 3, 45 Swim-
ming 45 Int. Football I5 Baseball
2, 35 Volley Ball 35 News Staff, 3.
G.A.A. r, 2, 3, 45 N.T.G.A.A.
22 N. 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Soccer
3,45 Baseball 1, 25 Clogging 35
Class Social Committee 1, 35
G-A-A- I, 2, 3, 45 N.T.G.A.A. 2,
3, 4: Star 3, 45 Soccer x, 2, 3, 43
Swimming 2, 3, 45 Head 3, 45
Baseball 23 Leaders Corps r, 25
"Pirates of Penzance" 35 Glee Club
3, 4, Treasurer 45 Senior Music
Club 43 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Pub-
licity Chairman 45 "Daddy Long
Legs" 35 T.N.T. 45 News Flashes
45 Echoes Staff 4g N.T.O. 1, 35
Service Club 45 Honor Group IQ
Stamp Club 2.
John 'Harris Curtis
Gavel Club I, 2, 35 Debating
Team 1, 2, 35 Letter 2, 33 Student
Mary Jane Curtis
G.A.A.5 Rifle Club 25 Ornithol-
ogist Club 2, 35 News Flashes 2,
35 Editor 35 Literary Staff Echoes
2, 35 Tuscan High School, Ari-
John H. Davidson
Track 3, 45 Volley Ball 25 Band
1, 2, 35 Ornithologist Club I, 2,
3, 4, President 45 Barnett Bird
Prize 3. 4,
Michigan State xxx
Wisconsin I-Iigh5 Erasmus Hall,
'T ' 1 "' 59
5 ' ' i L 1
Page 87 H- .
Joh-n Sterling deBeers
Track 25 Int. Track 41 Volley
Ball 35 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 2,
35 Chess Club 3, 45 Lens Club ZQ
Science Club IQ Honor Group 1,
Int. Track 4,5 Basketball 2, 3, 45
Track 3, 45 Swimming 2, 35 Senior
Music Club 1, 2, 3, 4, President 45
Student Council 2Q Honor Group
22 Usher Corp 3.
Class Decoration Committee 4Q
Girls' Club Social Committee 42
Lens Club 35 Kemper Hall 1, 2.
Girls' Club Financial Committee
4Q G.A.A.5 Dramatic Club 3, 4,
Active 3, Player 4, Secretary 4Q
"Daddy Long Legs" 35 "Little
Women" 42 "The Purple Mask" 4g
Lens Club 45 French Club 33
Honor Group 1, 2, 35 Honor So-
ciety 4Q Circulation Staff of Echoes
45 Student Council Alternate IQ
Registrars' Oiiice 41 Service Club 4.
Track AQ St. George, Evanston
I, 25 Campion, Prairie Du Chien,
John Edward Dernehl
Tri-Ship Charity Committee 43
Tri-Ship Dinner Committee 4g
Baseball Manager 2, 3, 4Q Numer-
als 33 Letter 45 Featherweight
Basketball ZQ Class Baseball Champs
2, 35 Boys' Glee Club 1, 35 Pro-
bationary Member Dramatic Club
32 "The Mantuan" 31 Stamp Club
I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Pres-
ident 45 Honor Society 45 Harvard
Award 35 Echoes Advertising Staff
35 Athletics Staff 4.
Page 8 8
Howard -De Tamble
Int. Track 45 Lightweight Box-
ing Champ 3, 45 Sports Club 3, 41
Lens Club 2, 35 St. George I.
Mary Louise Doran
Class Secretary lj Class Social
Committee 1, 2, 45 Vice-President
Girls' Club 45 Social Committee
Girls' Club 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4Q
N.T.G.A.A. 3, 4Q N. 45 Soccer 3,
4Q Tumbling 1, 25 Swimming IQ
Leaders Corp 1, 25 Probationary
Member Dramatic Club r, 25 Stu-
dent Council lg Honor Group 1,
35 T.N.T. 3, 4, Vice-President 45
Honor Society 45 Editor Album
Staff 41 Typing Staff of Echoes 3.
Edward J. Doyle, Jr.
Lens Club 4, Treasurer 45 Fall
Dance Committee 45 Tri-Ship
Dance Committee 43 St. George
High School 1, 2.
Secretary Class 45 Girls' Club
Financial Committee IQ G.A.A. 1,
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 43 N.T.G.A.A.5
Soccer 23 Track x, 2, 35 Tumbling
25 Probationary Member Dramatic
Club x5 Student Council IQ Honor
Society 4Q Stamp Club 1.
Phyllis Anne Dubsky
"Pirates of Penzance" 35 Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Senior
Music Club 2, 3, 44 Dramatic Club
3, 42 Student Council 25 Honor
Group 25 News Flashes 35 Echoes
Staff 3, 42 French Club 2, 3.
lMargaret Louise Ebeling
G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 N.T.G.A.A. 32
Hockey 2, 3, 4g Baseball 3, Head
43 Glee Club 42 Student Council
IQ Honor Group r, 2, LQ Honor
Society 4g Girls' Athletics Staff of
Echoes, Runner-up in Tennis
Wfm. Frederick Eberle
"Al" ' Wilmette
Madrigal Club 45 Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4, Probationary 2, Active 3,
, Properties Crew 2, 3, Domecon
Qlub 4Q French Club 4.
National Kindergarten College
Mary Louise Eldredge
Plymouth High, Plymouth, Wis.
Evanston Academy of Fine Arts
Stamp Club 3, 4Q Lens Club 4.
Commercial Club 3.
Class Vice-President 25 Class
Refreshment Committee xg Class
Decoration Committee IQ Class En-
tertainment Committee zg Girls'
Club Unemployment Chairman 43
Girls' Club Charity Committee 23
Girls' Club Financial Committee 35
G.A.A.g Baseball 25 Student Coun-
cil xg Domecon Club 4g Associate
Editor Echoes 43 Advertising Staif
2g Literary Staff 32 Student Man-
ager of Concert 4,
G.A.A.g Health Council xg Sci-
ence Club ig Spanish Club 25 Lens
Club 32 German Club 3, Regis-
trar's Otiice 43 Honor Group 2.
University of Chicago
"Thelie" Hubbard Woods
G.A.A. 3, 4g Clogging 35 French
Club 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club
Geology Club 45 Lens Club 43
Evanston High 1, z, 3. '
George Bain Everitt
Class Gift Committee 42 Tri-
Ship Public Affairs Committee 43
Award Committee 3g Dance Com-
mittee 42 Baseball 2, 3, 41 Volley
Ball 33 Probationary Member Dra-
matic Club 3g "The Mantuan" 33.
Sports Club 3, 4, Treasurer 41
N.T.O. 2, 3, 4Q Student Council
Alternate IQ Honor Society 43
News Staff 4Q Athletic Staff Echoes
3, 45 Senior Debate Assembly 4.
Duke or Kenyon
Track 2, 3, 43 Int. Baslvtball 2,
3g Int. Football lj Spanish Club
23 Dramatic Club IQ Evanston
High 1, 2.
Loring C. Farwell
Class Basketball 45 Rifle Club
"Pirates of Penzance" 33 Glee
Club 3, 45 Music Club 43 Dra-
matic Club 1, 23 ist Prize, Water
Colors, Women's Club.
Int. Football IQ Football 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 42
Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Yale Club Award
35 T.N.T. 3, 4, President 43 Tri-
Ship Club Treasurer 43 Editor
Athletic Staff Echoes 3, 4.
Class Basketball 2, 3, 4Q Class
Football 3, 43 Class Baseball I, 25
Swimming ZQ Radio Club 23 Stamp
Club 1, 25 Information Desk 4.
1 Page 901
.Robert L. Flandreau, Jr.
Dramatic Club 43 Active 43l
"Little Women" 43 Tri-ship Dance,
Committee 41 XVithrow High
School, Cincinnati, Ohio, x, 2, 3.
Hugh P. Fleming
Class Decoration Committee IQ
Basketball 2, 33 Letter 35 Frosh-
Soph Football 1, ZQ Varsity 3, 45
Letter 43 Class Baseball 1, 2, 33
Class Swimming IQ Band x, 2, 33
Health Council, Vice-President 33
Information Desk 4.
Fresh-Soph Football 25 Varsity
33 Class Football r, 2, 3, 43 Class
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 43 Lightweight
Football Coach 4.
American Academy of Arts
School Track Champs 43 Int.
Basketball 1, 25 Int. Baseball IQ
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 2, 33
Lens Club 3, 43 Geology Club 3.
Class President 33 Girls' Club
Secretary 43 Girls' Club Social
Committee 22 Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 33 G.A.A.3 N.T.G.A.A.
3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 32 Soccer 1,
3, 42 Tumbling I, 23 Track I, ZQ
Student Council I, 23 Service Club
5, 4Q T.N.T. 3, 43 Echoes Picture
Dorothy Mae Fox
"Dottie Mae" Winnetka
G.A.A.3 Commercial Club 2, 43
Social Chairman 43 Commercial
Club Plays 2, 4.
Agnes Marjorie Fraser
Class Vice-President 45 Class S0-
cial Committee I, 2Q G.A.A. 1, 2,
3, 43 N.T.G.A.A.5 N.5 Soccer 1,
2, 3, 45 Dancing 1, 41 Track IQ
Swimming 1, 2, QQ Glee Club 4Q Pro-
bationary Member Dramatic Club
lj "Bluebird" IQ Student Council
I, lg Service Club 45 T.N.T. 42
G.A.A. 3, 45 French Club 3, 4.
Senior Orchestra I, 4g Pinaforc
IQ Girls' Glee Club 42 Health
Council IS North Shore Country
Day 2, 3.
Student Council IQ Student
Football Coach5 East Denver High
School 2, 3.
Rose Marie Gash
Commercial Club 2, 35 Dome-
con Club 3.
' Arc Institute
Doinecon Club 3, 45 Hughes
High iSchool, Cincinnati, Ohio,
Anna L. Gerken
Commercial Club 32 Registrars
Harry Ivers Gillogly, Jr.
Tri-Ship Chairman Clubroom
Comm. 4g Tri-Ship Award Com-
mittee 35 Football 3, 4g Letter 3,
45 Baseball 35 Letter 35 Fresh-
Soph Football 1, 25 Fresh-Soph
Basketball I, 25 Basketball 35
Sports Staff Echoes 4.
Int. Swimmingg Class Swimmingg
Southwest in Kansas city.
Clogging 35 "Pirates of Penzance"
33 Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Sr. Music
Club 45 Geology Club 25 Dome-
con x, 45 German Club 3.
National College of Education
Service Club 3, 4Q Student Coun-
cil Alternate 21 Evanston High 1.
Page 9 I
Margaret Louise Gould
Class Assembly Committeeg G.
A.A. 2, 3, 45 Baseball 35 French
Club 3, 42 President 43 Secretary
33 Lens Club 3Q Honor Group I,
2, 35 Honor Society 4Q Album
Mary Ellen Graham
G.A.A. 3, 44 Clogging 4g Dra-
matic Club r, 4Q Probationary IQ
Active 41 "Blue Bird" IQ The
Purple Mask" 42 French Club 4g
Shorewood High School, Milwau-
kee, Wis., 2.
G.A.A.3 Tumbling ZQ "Pirates
of Penzance" 33 Glee Club 3, 4Q
jr. Music Club 2, 13 Vice-Presi-
dent 43 A Cappella Choir 43 Pro-
bationary Member Dramatic Club
IQ "Blue Bird" IQ French Club 2,
4Q Domccon 33 Honor Society 4.
Bruce McConnell Griffin
Football 4Q Numerals 4g Track
1, 2, 33 Numerals ZQ Int. Football
3Q Int. Track 3, 4Q Golf Cham-
pion 33 Album Staff Echoes 42
Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter 3.
Girls' Club Friendly Committeeg
Health Council Secretary 4.
Florence Marguerite Gripe
Girls' Club Social Committee IQ
Girls' Club Friendly Committee 11
G.A.A. 3, 43 Soccer IQ Service
Club 3, 4Q Chess Club 45 Rifle
Club 4Q Rifle Team 45 Honor
Group IQ Typing Staff 4.
Elbert Edgar Haight
Tri-Ship Dinner Committee 45
Lightweight Basketball 43 Letter 45
Featherweight Basketball 22 Class
Baseball 2, 35 Band IQ Sports Club
1, 2g Student Council ZQ Cheer-
leader I, 2, 3, 4.
Betty Jane Haigh
G.A.A.3 Soccer3 Commercial
Club 2, 33 N.T.O. 33 Spanish
Club 2. ,
Robert D. Hall
"Bob" A Wilmette
Lake Side Press.
Class Social Committee ZQ Girls'
Club Friendly Committee 23 Chair-
man Employment Committee 33
President Girls' Club 45 G.A.A. 4g
Soccer 23 Intre-Club Board QQ
Service Club 3, 45 Commercial
Club 35 Vice-President 33 Lens
Club 35 Student Council I, ZQ T.
N.T. 3, 43 Honor Group 2.
Class President 2g Class Treas. 32
Football 4Q Letter 4j Track 1, 2,
3, 4Q Jr. Numera'l IQ Sr. Numeral
2, 3, 4g Fresh-Soph Basketball 21
Numeral 25 Int. Track 33 T.N.T.
3, 43 Circulation Staff Echoes 4.
French Club 42 Oak Park High
German Club 2, 33 Commercial
Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Division 35
Domecon Club 4.
Hockey lg A Cappella Choir 45
jr. Music Club 4Q Glee Club 2, 3,
45 Lens Club 2.
Class Gift Committee 45 Hock-
ey 45 Basketball 41 Dramatic Club
43 Purple Mask 45 French Club 4Q
Park School, Buffalo, N. Y., IQ
Sewickley Academy, Sewickley, Pa.,
lg The Baldwin School, Bryn
Mawr, Pa., 3.
Glee Club 35 Student Council r,
Passavant Hospital for Nurses
St. George High School, Evans-
G.A.A.5 N.T.G.A.A. 45 Lens
Clubg Domecon Clubg Commercial
Clubg French Club5 Advertising
Staff Echoes 45 Mary Wood 1, 2.
"Pirates of Penzance" 35 Glec
Cluh 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4,
Probationary 2, Active 3, Players
45 Property Crew 1, 3, 45 Mana-
ger 3, 43 Spanish Club I, 22 Li-
brary Science 43 Head Typist
Madrigal Club 4.
Baseball 4Q Int. Football 25 Int.
Basketball 22 Class Baseball 2, 35
Commercial Club 3, 45 Spanish
G.A.A.5 N.T.G.A.A.5 N.5 Swim-
ming I, 21 Evanston 3.
Scriblcrus Club 32 Edgewood
High r, 2.
French Club 35 Domecon Club
43 Lens Club 41 Advertising Staff
John Nelson Hellmuth
Int. Football5 Class Volley Ball5
Probationary Dramatic Club 35
The Mantuan 3Q Chess Club 32 N.
Robert Donald Hess
Class Social Committee 2, 35
Track 2, 35 Swimming IQ Football
1, 25 Int. Track 43 Glee Clubg
Lens Club 3, 4, President 45 Com-
mercial Clubg Humor Editor News
Staff 45 Snap-Shot Staff Echoes 45
Asst. Football Trainer 3, 45 Lens
Club Movie 3, 45 Cheer Leader x,
- "HUP" Winnetka
Swimming IQ Track 2, 35 Nu-
merals 35 Letter 4g Class Swim-
ming I, 25 Class Basketball I, 2, 35
Band I, 2, 3, 45 Geology Club 2,
3, 42 German Club 2, 3.
G.A.A. 1, z, 3, 4: N.T.G.A.A.
41 Hockey 3, 42 Baseball 3, 45
Manager 45 Probationary Member
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4g "Blue-
G.A.A. I, li N.T.G.A.A. 3, 4Q
Hockey 1, 1, 3, 42 French Clubg
Advertising Staff Echoes 45 Snap
Shot Staff5 Senior .Service 4.
"Ginnie" ' Wilmette.
Domecon Club 35 Commercial
Edward Hoifman .
I "Ed" Winnetka
Swimming 1, 2, 3, 45 Numeral
25 Letter 3, 45 Class Tennis Sin-
gles Champ 1.
James Edward Hoffman
"1immy" ' Wilmette
Int. Football I, 4Q Class Track
Defrees Holmes 4
Class Gift Committee 42 Chessl
Club IQ Radio Club' I, 2, 3, 4.
Class Social Committee IQ Class
Decoration Committee 21 Girls'
Club Employment Committee 21
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President
45 N.T.G.A.A. 3, 42 N. 45 Hockey
I, 2, 3, 45 Manager 35 Swimming
Champs IQ "Pirates of Penzance"
35 Glee Club 3, 45 Secretary and
President 4Q Dramatic Club 42
"The Purple Mask" 4Q Student
Council rg Alternate 25 Lens Club
3, 4Q Honor Group lj Honor So-
ciety 41 T.N.T. 43 News Flashes
35 Organization Editor Echoes 43
,Snap Shot Staff 35 Leaders Corps 2.
lPaul Carpenter Hosking
Class Decoration Committee 33
lBand I, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2,
3, 43 Probationary 23 Active 33
layer 45 School Electricians 2, 3,
3 Chief 3, 4Q Student Council Al-
ernate IQ Debate Team A'lternate
22 Gavel Club ZQ N.T.O. 23 Class
Gift Committee 43 Information
Eesk 4Q Health Council lj Science
Catherine Mary Hoth
Commercial Club 35 The Mal-
linckrodt Girls' School 1, 2.
G.A.A.Q Soccer 4g Lens Club 3,
41 Service Club 43 Domecon Club
33 Evanston High x, 2.
Tri-Ship Chairman Fall Dance
43 Dramatic Club 3, 4Q Active 41
"Boomerang" 32 "The Purple
Mask" 45 Debate Club QQ Sports
Club 1, 23 Health Council 2, 35
T.N.T. 43 News Staff 33 Editor
Group Pictures Echoes 42 Student
Council 23 Basketball 4Q Letter 42
Lens Club Movie 3, 4Q Honor
Group IQ I. M. Football Coach 4.
Margaret Jane Huddy
Reserve Desk 3, 43 Senior Serv-
Lyman C. Huff
Geology Club x, 2, 3, 4.
Donald Ewing Hughes
Int. Track 31 Dramatic Club IQ
"The Gypsy Trail" IQ Cheerleader
I, 2, 3, 43 Letter 33 Sports Club
Purdue or M. I. T.
Rosa Louise Humphryes
G.A.A. 3, 43 Probationary Mem-
ber Dramatic Club r, 23 Rifle
Club 3, 4, Team 43 Lens Club 33
Health Council 3.
St. Francis Hospital
Paul John Husting
Tri-Ship Club Room Commit-
tee 43 Track IQ Class Baseball
Champs I, 2, 33 Dramatic Club 42
"The Purple Mask" 4g Chess Club
23 Geology Club ZQ Information
Desk Alternate 4Q Usher Corps 42
News Flashes 3.
"Pirates of Penzance" SQ Glce
Club 3, 4Q A Cappella Choir 4.
Marian Frances Jannotta
Health Council 33 Lake Wales
High IQ Frances Shuur Girls'
Stamp Club 43 Carl Schurz 2.
Chicago or Northwestern
Alice M. Jarrett
St. Katherines School, Davenport,
Anita June Johnson
Commercial Club I, 2, 41 Span-
ish Club 2.
Vogue Art School
Girls' Club Friendly Committee
45 G.A.A.5 Vice-Pres. Commercial
Club 45 Sec. Domecon 45 Adver-
tising Staif Echoes 45 Girls' Col-
legiate School, Glendora, Cal., 3.
National Kindergarten College
George Robbins Jones I
Int. Golf 4Q Orchestra 1, 2, 35
Band 1, 2, 3, 42 Glee Club I, 2, 35
Spanish Club 21 Sr. Music Club 25
Boys' Octett 2, 35 School Dance
Helen Marr Jones
French Club 2, 35 Health Coun-
cil 1, 4Q Registrar's Office 4.
Richard G. Joslin
Basketball 1, 2, 45 Football 41
Ping Pong 43 Class Handball 1, 2,
35 Int. Football 1.
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Track 2, 3, 45 Letter 35 Int.
Trackg St. George 1.
Margaret Kahler l
Class Social Committee IQ Class
Refreshment Committee IQ G.A.A.
1, 2, 3, 45 Leaders Corps 1, 23
Soccer 1, 3, 45 Manager 41 Swim-l
mins: 3: Tumbling IQ Basketball 254
Band IQ A Cappella Choir 4Q "Pi-4
rates of Penzance" 35 Glee Club 2,
3, 45 Librarian 42 .Senior Music
Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 "Lit-
tle Women" 42 Student Council IQ
Alternate 25 French Club 4Q Serv-
ice Club 3, 45 Honor Group I, 2,
35 Honor Society 45 T.N.T. 43
2nd League of Nations Prize 45
Echoes staff 2. '
Chess Club 45 Lens Club 4.
G.A.A.5 Orchestra 1, 2Q jr.
Music Club IQ 'Sr. Music Club 2,
3, 45 Secretary 45 Dramatic Club
45 "Little Women" 45 Science
Club I1 German Club 35 Leaders
Corps 1, ZQ Honor Society 45
Honor Groups 1, 2, 35 League of
Nations Prize 3.
Harry F. Keator, Jr.
Int. Football 2, 45 Rifle Club 1,
2, 35 Science Club 35 Lens Club
3, 4g N.T.O. 42 Honor Group IQ
Honor Society 4Q Echoes Athletic
Staff 4g Information Desk 4.
Gilbert Lewis Keith
Class Social Committee 1, 25
Tri-.Ship Dinner Committee 22
Football Manager 1, 2, 3, 45 Letter
43 Swimming IQ Numerals IQ Int.
Football Coach 35 Int. Football 41
Band IQ Spanish Club 1, 22 Lens
Club 35 Geology Club 35 Com-
mercial Club 45 News Staff 1, lg
Stud:nt Council IQ Alternate 25
Usher Corp 3.
Commerce Club 41 Emma Will-
ard School 1, 2, 3.
Frances Jefferson Kelley
G.A.A. 1, 3. 4: N.T.G.A.A.5
Soccer IQ Baseball lg Clogging 2,
3, 45 Senior Service 4.
Usher Corps 45 St. George High
School, Evanston, IQ Miami High
Mary Jane Kellog
Dancing 1, 45 Clogging 1, 45
Rifle Club, Girls' 'Team 42 Hyde
William Caughey Kidd
Class Social Committee 1, 35
Basketball 45 Letter 45 Int. Foot-
ball 45 Band 1, 1, 3, 45 Sports Club
3, 4, President 42 News Sports Edi-
tor 35 Asst. Sports Editor Echoes 4.
Tri-Ship Interscholastic Relations
Committee 45 Golf 4.
Raymond Grant Kimbell
Chairman Interscholastjc Rela-
tions Committee 45 Football 3, 42
Letter 3, 4Q Baseball 1, 1, 3, 45
Letter 32 Basketball 25 Int. Foot-
ball x5 Int. Basketball 35 Band 1,
25 Health Council 1Q Boys' Stu-
dent Committee of 135 Organiza-
tion Staff Echoes 45 Fresh-Soph
Football 25 Letter 2Q Fresh Basket-
ball IQ Numeral 1.
Rochester, N. Y.
Kenneth Hunter King
Swimming 3, 42 Letter 45 Class
Basketball 35 Class Baseball x, 2,
3, 45 Geology Club 1, 35 Rifle
Club 35 Commercial Club 3.
Class Social Representative I, 2,
35 Usher Corp 2, 3, 45 Head Ush-
er 3, 45 Tri-Ship Dance Commit-
tee 3, 45 Tri-Ship Charity Com-
mittee 45 Publicity for Opera x5
Publicity Manager 35 Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 45 Publicity 35 "Mr.
Scrooge" 25 "The Mantuan" 35
Information Desk 45 News Staff
3, 45 Editor of Group Pictures 35
Co-Editor-in-Chief of Echoes 45
Echoes Staff 2.
Norman William John Kirby
jr. Track I5 Golf Champ 45
Track 1, 3, 42 Letter 2, 3, 45
Golf Team 1, 3, 45 Letter 3, 45
Golf Runner Up z, 35 Int. Bas-
ketball x, lg junior Orchestra x5
Band 1, 2, 3, 42 Geology Club IQ
N.T.O. 45 Secretary-Treasurer 4.
Colorado "Aggies", Ft. Collins,
Service Club 42 Commercial
Club ZQ Honor Division 22 Health
Council 33 Domecon 4.
Robert L. Knauer
Track I, 45 Int. Basketball 25
Class Volleyball 32 Glee Club I, 25
Rifle Club 1, 3: I-GHS Club: News
Int. Track 32 Int. Football 35
St. George High.
G.A.A.5 N.T.G.A.A.5 Swim-
ming IQ Track rg Probationary
Member Dramatic Clubg Lens Club
35 French Club 3, 45 Domecon 4.
St. Luke's Hospital
Reserve Desk 45 Library Science
43 Honor Group ZQ 3rd Place
League of Nations Contest.
University of Chicago
Ann Loretta Kozel
Spanish Club 25 Sullivan Jr.
High, Chicago, r.
Girls' Club Charity Committee
x, 25 G.A.A.5 N.T.G.A.A.5 N.5
Hockey 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 35
Treasurer G.A.A. 3, President 42
T.N.T. 3, 42 Girls' Athletics Staff
Echoes 35 Editor Athletics 4.
German Club z, 3, 4Q German
Play 45 Secretary 41 Commercial
Club 23 Domecon 3.
National Elementary College
Mary Huntington Kultchar
G.A.A.5 "Pirates of Penzance"
35 Glee Club 3, 45 Health Coun-
cil SQ Stamp Club IQ Chess Club
ZQ N.T.O. 1, 2, 35 French Club 3,
Wilbert Kunz I
Jr. Track IQ Numerals IQ S
Track 2, 3, 4g Letter 35 Fresl
Soph Football ZQ Numerals 5
Health Council 1. 5
Registrars' Oifice 45 Domeec
Club IQ Commercial 2, 3, 4.
Chicago Business College
Sr. Orchestra 23 Band 1, 2, 3
Rifle Club 33 Spanish Club 25 Ir
formation Desk 4.
University of Illinois Dent.
Jr. Orchestra IQ Sr. Orchestra 3
45 Band 1, 2, 31 "Pirates of Pen:
ance" 35 Glee Club 2, 3, 41 Soci:
Chairman 3Q Music Club 2, 3, 4
Social Chairman 31 A Cappell
Choir 45 German Club 45 Studen
Mary Evelyn Lauer
G.A.A.5 N.T.G.A.A.5 N.5 Soc
cer r, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4
Swimming 2, 3, 41 Clogging 2, 4
Track ZQ Baseball 1, 2, 35 Jr. Oi
chestra IQ Band x, 2, 4.
Tennis Team 2, 3, 45 Radio Club
Secretary r, Treasurer 2.
General Motors Institute of Tech
Carol G. Lawrence
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Soccer 2, 35
Baseball 2g Madrigal Club 45 Dra-
matic Club 43 "The Purple Mask"5
Domecon 4g President 45 Leaders
Corp I, 25 Health Council I, 2.
Class Social Committee 1, 25
Decoration Committee 33 Girls'
Club Social Committee 4Q G.A,A.5
Tumbling I, 25 Hockey 25 Service
Robert Owen Leonard
Tri-Ship Dinner Committee 42
Track Manager 3, 45 Numeral 3Q
Letter 4Q Int. Football 25 Sports
Club 3, 45 Publicity Mgr. 43 Lens
Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 25 Honor
Group 25 News Staff Sports Edi-
tor 45 Album Staff Echoes Staff 45
Information Desk 4.
Mary Alice Leslie
G.A.A.5 Soccer IQ Baseball 25
Basketball 25 Gavel Club 45 Secre-
tary 4Q French Club 4Q Domecon
4g Health Council 25 Student
Council Alternate IQ Rifle Club IQ
Taylor .Alderdice High School,
Frances Shimcr Junior College
Edward G. Levinson
Tennis 3, 45 Letter 42 Tennis
Singles Champ 45 Tennis Doubles
Champs IQ Class Tennis Singles 2,
3, 4g Stamp Club I, 2, 3. 45 SCl'ib'
lerus Club 3, 45 News Staff 35 2.-
Literary Staff Echoes 4.
Katherine Jane Lightbody
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Honor Group 3g
Health Council 2.
Class Vice-President 35 Class So-
cial Committee 2, 35 Football r, 2,
3. 43 Medal I5 Numeral 25 Letter
3, 43 Captain 45 Basketball 1, 2,
Numeral 25 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Let-
ter 3, 4S T.N.T. 3, 45 Committee
of "Thirteen"5 Circulation Staff
Margaret Linne Lindstrom
Class Social Committee 1, 2, 33
Girls' Club Friendly Committee 31
Girls' Club Treasurer 45 G.AiA.5
Hockey 35 Student Council Alter-
nate 25 Lens Club 2, 35 T.N.T. 3,
4Q Snap Shot Stag Echoes 25 Sta-
tistics Statf 35 Album Staff 45
Health Council 15 Chairman 2.
Ann Boyd Linn
Girls' Club Charity Committee
Chairman 45 Girls' Club Employ-
ment Committee 35 G.A.A. 2, 3, 4g
N.T.G.A.A. 35 Dancing r, 22
Leaders Corps r, 25 Dramatic Club
Probationary Member If "The Blue
Bird"5 Lens Club 35 Student Coun-
cil ZQ Honor Group r, 25 Organi-
zation Staff Echoes 4.
"Berry" Hubba rd Woods
Hockey 35 French Club 3, 45
Honor Group 31 Registrars Oiiice
42 Library Science 45 Milwaukee
Downer Seminary 2.
Robert B. Long
"B. Long" Wilmette
Class Social Committee 1, 23
Track 33 Class Waterpolo 33 Lens
Club 1, 2g Stamp Club IQ Geology
Club IQ News Flashes5 Snapshot
Staff Echoes 42 Ushers Corp 45 In-
formation Desk 4.
G.A.A. 3, 45 N.T.G.A.A. 3Q N.
4C Hockey 3, 42 Advertising Staff
Echoes 45 French Club 45 Royce-
more r, 2.
Frances M. Mack
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Mock Election
Track 2, 35 Numerals lj Int.
Track 35 Probationary Member
Dramatic Club 35 "The Mantuan"
35 Debating Team 3, 45 Gavel
Club 45 President 45 Usher Corp 4.
Philip James Marqua
Baseball 2, 33 Fresh-Soph Foot-
ball I5 RiHe Club x, 2, 3, 4Q Treas-
urer 2, President 3, 4.
Sr. Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Band r, 2,
35 Glee Club 25 Probationary
Member Dramatic Club I, 2, 35
"The Bluebird"5 "The Mantuann
35 Founder and Editor of "New
Trier Special" 22 Health Council
IQ Geology Club 35 Scriblerus
Eleanor Dorothy Mayer
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 42 N.T.G.A.A.
45 Swimming 32 Soccer 31 N.T.O.
2, 3, 45 French Club I, 2, 3, 43
Spanish Club 25 Chess Club I, 25
Echoes Typing Staff 45 Neyvs Staff5
Reserve Desk 4.
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French Club 35 Lens Club
Domecon Club 35 Scriblerus Cl
QQ New Trier Flashes 3.
G.A.A. 3, 42 Soccer 35 Bask
ball 4g Clogging 35 Swimming
French Club 3, 45 Organizati
Staff Echoes 45 Library Science
Mallinckrodt r, 2.
Mary H. Mcliadzean
G.A.A. 45 Health Council
Basketball I5 Glec Club 2, 3
Health Council r.
ujanu . Xvilmet'
Girls' Club Decoration Commi
tee IQ Dramatic Club 45 Lens Clu
3, 4Q French Club 35 News Sm
25 Snap-Shot Editor Echoes L
Margaret Elizabeth McKenzi
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hockey IQ J
Orchestra I5 Sr. Orchestra 2, 3
"Pirates of Penzance" SQ Rif
,G.A.A.g Commercial Club 33
iomecon Club 3, 45 Student Coun-
l Alternate r.
University of Southern Cal.
Class Basketball 4.
Class Social Committeeg Basket-
iall 4: N.T.O.g Geology Club,
churz High School, Chicago.
N "Bill" Wilmette
Basketball 45 Baseball 45 Int.
asketball zg Student Council lg
lass Social Committee 45 News
lashes: Lens Club 4g Schurz High,
G.A.A.g "Pirates of Penzance"
ng Glee Club 3, 4g Lens Club 3,
ng Stamp Club 45 Registrars Office
May E. Melzer
"Mazie" V Glenview
German Club 2, 39 Commercial
'Club 4g Immanuel Church School
National Kindergarten College
Domecon Club 2, 3.
Ashland College, Ohio
Helen Louise Micldendorf
Commercial Club 1, 2, 3, 41
German Club 4.
Rifle Club I, 1
Jr. Orchestra IQ Health Coun-
cil r, 2, 3Q Domecon Club 1, 35
Reserve Desk 3, 4.
Home Economics School, Chicago
Track 45 Baseball z, 35 German
Club zg Commercial Club 3, 43
Honor Group 43 Information Desk
Mary June Miller
Class Social Committee 2g G.A.
A.g N.T.G.A.A. 3, 4Q N. 4Q Soccer
2, 3, 4Q Head 4Q Basketball I, 2, 33
Glce Club 31 Lens Club 3g Student
Council 21 Alternate 1.
Paul F. Miller
Morgan Park Military Academy.
Oak Park High School
Richard john Miller
German Club 15 Football 1.
Carl Shelley Miner, Jr.
Tennis 45 Int. Tennis JQ Band
IQ jr. Music Club xg Sr. Music
Club 2, 3, 43 Chess Club 25 Honor
Group x, 2Q Honor Society 45 In-
formation Desk 4.
Frederick Arthur Mitchell
Light B3SkB'flJ2lll 2Q Heavywgighi
Basketball 45 Int. Baseball 35 Band
1, 23 Geology Club 32 Information
Desk 43 Football .Coach 4.
German Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary
35 Vice-President 45 Scriblerug
Club 4Q Honorable Mention Wil-
liams Prize Contest 3g German
Club Play 4Q Evanston High I.
Dramatic Club 1 1 Stu
s -s 3: 45 '
dent Council Alternate 3Q French
Club 45 Domecon Club 4.
Swimming 2, 5, 4j Tennis Sin-
gles Cliamp 25 Doubles lg Morgan
Park Military Academy.
Class Decoration Committee x5
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Hockey IQ Bas-
ketball IQ N.T.O. 2Q French Club
32 News Staff 3, 4Q Album Staff
Echoes 3, 45 Service Club 3, 45
President 42 Library Science 4.
French Club 3, 4g Honor So-
ciety 4Q Student Council 2Q Honor
Group 2, 3.
Carroll Dean Murphy
Basketball 1, 4Q Fresh-Soph
Basketball ZQ Int. Basketball 35
Geology Club 35 Student Council
IQ New Trier Special Staff 2.
Class Refreshment Committee SQ
Class Decoration Committee 33
Charity Committee Girls' Club 4g
Clogging IQ French Club 4g Lens
Club 43 Domecon 3, 4.
obert Miles Nason
Swimming 42 Numerals 45 jr.
rack IQ Int. Footballg Probation-
ry Member Dramatic Club IQ
Blue Bird"5 Activities Staff Echoes
une Margaret Nelson
G.A.A.5 Chess Club I5 Lens
lub 2, 3, 43 Service Club 3, 45
nap-shot Staff Echoes 4.
National Park Seminary
euben R. Nelson
ichard Lawrence Nelson
Tennis 45 Int. Tennis 25 Class
Baseball 2, 35 Class Volley Ball 3Q
Stamp Club IQ Geology Club 3, 45
Honor Group 1, ZQ New Trier
Special Staff 1.
Paul Wagner Netterstrom
Senior Class President 45 Dra-
matic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Player 25
Vice-President 35 "Bluebird"5
"Disraeli"5 "Mr. 5crooge"5 "Lit-
tle Princess"5 "Daddy Long Legs"5
Chairman Boy's Student Commit-
tee 43 German Club 3, 45 Geology
Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Vice-
President 45 N.T.O. 2, 3, 42 Vice-
President 35 T.N.T. 42 Barrnett
Bird Prize Q11 25 Reilly Debate
Trophy 3g Debating 35 Team
University of Chicago
Clarisce Newha gen
Baseball 3, 45 Letter 3.
M. Charlotte Nielson
Domecon Club 2, 34 Stamp Club
41 Lens Club 4.
Richard C. Norris
Sullivan Jr. Highg Senn High.
Health Council lj Registrar's
OHice 45 Leaders Corp x, 25 Honor
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nan, Berne, Switzerland 1, 2, 3.
Dramatic Club r, 25 "Bluebird"
IQ "Little Princess" 25 Senior
Service 45 Reserve Desk 41 Health
Council 3Q Geology Club 2, 35 N.
T.O. 2. '
University of Arizona
Helen Baker Orvis
G.A.A. 3, 45 Jr. Music Club I,
2, 35 Sr. Music Club 4g Dramatic
Club IQ "Bluebird"5 Honor Group
25 Reserve Desk 4.
June Katherine Orwig
G.A.A. 3, 43 Numerals 4: Soc-
cer 3, 41 Baseball I, 25 Stamp Club
x, 2, 35 Chess Club I, 25 Lens
Club 35 News Staff 4.
Harold W. Osborn .
"Oz" A Wilmette
Int. Swimming 25 Student Coun-
cil Alternate x5 Rifle Club 3.
Tri-ship Award Committee 4,
Secretary 45 Football 3, 45 Letter
3, 4: Swimming 3. 4: Letter 3. 4:
Captain 4Q Fresh-Soph Football lg
Numeral 25 Committee of Thir-
teen5 T.N.T. 3, 45 Co-Editor in
Chief Echoes 45 Echoes Staff 3.
Evelyn Otten '
G-A-A It 2, 5, 42 N.T.G.A.A.
39 Hockey x, 2, 3, 4g Baseball 1,
3-'v 3: 4'
University of Chicago
Commercial Club 3, 45 Lincoln
Hih, Wis., Rapids, Wis.
William J. Pavey
Swimming ZQ Tennis Manager 3,
42 Letter 3, 43 Rifle Club 23 Geol-
ogy Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Secretary 4g
Athletic Staff Echoes 4.
Track 2, 3, 42 Letter 35 jr.
Track IQ Numerals IQ Int, Track
35 Usher Corp 4Q William K. Teu-
cher Award C21 35 Athletic Staff
Echoes 45 Student Council 1.
Girls' Club Friendly Commit-
tee 25 Charity Committee 35 Chr.
Arrangements Committee 4Q G.A.
A. r, 2, 3, 4Q N.T.G.A.A. 2, 3, 45
N. 4g Leaders Corp I, 2Q Hockey
1, 2, 3, 45 "Pirates of Penzance"
35 Glee Club 35 Student Council
15 Girls Athletic Staff Echoes 4.
Jane E. Perkowitz
Commercial Club I.
'. W. Philips
Dramatic Club 3, 41 Electrician
3, 41 Echoes Staff 43 Business Man-
,ger3 South Side High School of
lort Wayne, Incl. rp, 2.
Girls' Club Program Committee
3 G.A.A. 45 Glee Club 45 South-
vest High School, Kansas City,
lo., 1, 2.
frank Shields Polzin
Int. Basketball 21 Class Volley-
iall 33 School Runners-up Base-
-all 33 Geology Club 3, 4, Secre-
ary 33 Gavel Clubg Echoes Staff
a 31 4'
Commercial Club 2, 33 Rifle
Club 33 Domccon 43 News Staff I.
Glen Porter, Jr.
Int. Volleyball3 Sr. Orchestra3
E3and3 DeWitt Clinton3 De La-
Orchestra 15 Senior Music Club
e, 3, 43 French Club 2, 33 Science
Club IQ Advertising Staff Echoes
43 Health Council.
Eugene S. Prochnow
Track 43 Int. Track 2, 33 Int.
Basketball 25 Commercial Club IQ
Student Council IQ News Staff 1, 25
Circulation Staff Echoes 4.
Dramatic Club 3, 43 Stage Crew
3, 43 Rifle CIUDQ East High,
Rochester, N. Y., x. 1.
Frank Allen Putt, Jr.
Track 33 Usher Corp 43 Infor-
mation Desk 4.
George A. Quinlan, Jr.
Class President IQ Tri-ship Vice-
President 3, President 41 Football
33 Letter 33 Basketball 23 Letter 23
Fresh-Soph Football I, 21 Numer-
als, r, ZQ Fresh-Soph Basketball xg
Jr. Track IQ Numerals IQ Sr.
Track 2, 3, 43 Letter 2, 3, 43 Cap-
tain 45 T.N.T. 3, 45 Athletic Staff
Bill E. Racine
Class Social Committee 3, 43 Int.
Baseball 33 Dramatic Club 3, 43
"Boomerang" 33 Football Coach
43 Information Desk 4.
Helen Burnell Rathbone
French Club r, 2, 33 Senior
Service 43 Service Club 33 Lens
Club 33 Honor Group I, 23 Honor
Society 43 W'ard-Belmont 3B.
"Marge" Hubbard Woods
Lens Club 3, 4.
Gordan Norton Ray
Tennis 45 Ping Pong 4, Singles
Tennis Champion 33 Class Doubles
Champion 33 Class Volleyball 3g
Class Baseball zg Honor Group 32
Honof S0ClCfY 49 Information
Ada Jane Reasner
. Hubbard Woods
Class Social Committee 4g Girls'
Club Financial Committee 45 G.A,
A- 3, 45 Echoes Staff 4.
Clark Lewis Reed
Int. Basketball 45 Lens Club 35
Saugatuck High 1,
G-A-A- 3, 4: Soccer 35 Spanish
Club 25 Domecon Club 3, 43 Leng
Club 41 Crystal Lake High I.
National College of Education
Tri-ship Club Room Committeeg
Class Basketball 45 Echoes Adver-
tising Staff 42 St. George High
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Class Gift Committee 42 French
Club 45 Lens Club 4Q Evanston
High 1, zg NVard-Belmont 3.
Class Basketball Runners-upg
Band z, 3, 4: W"illiam K. Tencher
Award 35 Lens Club 3g Todd
Mary Jane Rich -
Class Vice-President xg Class So-
cial Committee 1, zg Girls' Club
Social Committee x, 3, Chairman
4Q Dramatic Club 4, "Purple
Mask" 4, Domecon, Vice-President
3, President 45 T.N.T. 43 News
Flashes 33 Advertising Staff Echoes
35 Album Staff 4.
Class Gift Committee 45 Girls'
Club Arrangement Committee 4:
G.A.A.g Circulation StaE Echoes 4.
Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pro-
bationary x, Active x, 2, 3, 42 Pro-
Crew I, zg German Club 2, 3, 4:
Geology Club 2, 3, 4g Vice-Presi-
dent 3Q German Club Play.
Int. Track 3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 4Q
Stamp Club I, zg N.T.O. I, 2, 3.
john R. Robinson
Sullivan Jr. High.
Frances Maydelle Rochlitz
Domecon Club 35 Commercial
Club 45 Lens Club 4.
Alfred Henry Rohol
Basketball 45 Tennisg Tennis
Doubles Champ 42 Lens Club 3, 4Q
St. George High 1, 2.
Jerry Rosenberg .
I Swimming 1, 2, 3, 43 German
Club 2, 33 Treasurer 32 Geology
'Club 2, 3: Stamp Club rg In-
formation Desk 4.
"Rocky" Hubbard Woods
Dramatic Club 1, zg "The Gyp-
sy Trail" IQ Scriblerus Club 45
Information Desk 41 Health Coun-
Natural Dancing 33 Student
Council Alternate 25 S t u d e n t
Council 22 Winner G.A.A. Emblem
Leroy William Rugen
Girls' Club Arrangements Com-
mittee 4g jr. Orchestra IQ Sr. Or-
chestra 2, 3, 43 jr. Music Club rg
Sr. Music Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
President 45 Scriblerus Club 3,
Vice-President 33 Honor Group 1,
2, 35 Honor Society 45 Williams
G.A.A. 2, 3, 45 Domecon Club
National Park Seminary
Girls' Club Employment Com-
mittee 21 Tennis Champion 4:
School Double Champion 45 G.A.
A.g Domecon Club 3. .
Gulf Park, Miss.
G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 French Club 2.
Geology Club 2, 3, 45 Chess
Club 3, 43 N.T.O. 41 Chess Cham-
pion 35 Circulation Staff Echoes 4.
Clogging QQ Dramatic Club 4:
"The Purple Mask" 42 Domecon
4, Treasurer 43 Lens Club 35 Sin-
sinawa 1. 2.
Harry L. Schramm
"Scram" f Glencoe
Class Runner-up Basketball 4.
Henrietta Jane Sexrnith
G.A.A.g Soccer 25 Domecon 41
Rifle Club SQ Spanish Club ZQ
Leaders Corp 1, ag Girls' Rifle
National College of Education
Iva R. Sherburne
Health Council 4g Elkhart High,
Elkhart, Indiana, 1, 2, 31 Calumet,
Chicago, 4A. '
Golf 3, 42 Letter 3, 42 Light
Basketball 4, Letter 4Q Sports Club
2, 35 Spanish Club lg Geology
Club 35 Information Desk 4.
Girls' Club Charity Committeeg
G.A.A. 2, 3, 4: N.T.G.A.A.g
Clogging 3, 4g Dancinig 2, 33 Pro-
bationary Member Dramatic Club
I, 2, 33 "Bluebird" 1: Student
Council I, 23 Lens Club 4.
Thomas A. Sinding
Class Social Committee 45 Trif
ship Publicity Chairman 33 Tri-
ship Dinner Committee 4g Football
2, 3, 43 Letter 3, 43 Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4g Letter 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3,
4, Captain 4g Letter 3, 43 Varsity
Ping Pong 4g Inter-club Board 4:
T.N.T. 3, 43 Secretary 45 Athletic
Staff Echoes 4.
Marie Christine Skog
Lens Club 4Q Rifle Club 4Q Vice-
President 43 Spanish Club ag Snap-
shot Staff Echoes 4: Senior Serv-
ice 41 Student Council Alternate
35 Kemper Hall I.
Band I, 2, 3, 4.
Service Club 3, 43 Health Coun-
cil 25 G.A.A. Typing StaH 43 Im-
manuel Church School 1.
Deerfield Academy, Mass.
"Nyder" Q Hubbard Woods
Class Social Committee Chair-
man IQ Girls' Club Charity Com-
mittee IQ Financial Committee 3,
4Q G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 4Q Publicity
Committee Chairman 43 N.T.G.A.
A. lg N. 4g Baseball 1, 2, 33 Lead-
ers Corps I, 21 "Pirates of Pen-
zance" 35 Glee Club 2, 32 Secretary
33 T.N.'I'. 3, 4g Honor Group I,
2, 35 Honor Society 45 Rifle Club
3, 45 Team 4.
Glee Club 2Q German Club 2,
3, 4, President 4g Information
Robert William Sparks
Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 4g Player
4Q "Little Princess" 23 "Daddy
Long Legs" 35 "Mr. Scrooge" 21
"Seventeen" 42 Stagecrew x, 2.
Jane Louise Spinney
Class Social Committee 35 Girls'
Club Friendly committee xg So-
cial Committee 33 G.A.A.3 Senior
Music Club 2, 3, 4Q Domecon Club
3, 43 Secretary 33 Student Council
1, ZQ Health Council 3.
Basketball 4Q Golf 3, 43 Sports
Club 1, 33 Geology Club 22 Span-
ish Club 2.
Evelyn Frances Stevens
"Stevie" Hubbard Wood
Class Social Committee 23 Class
Decoration COD1miItC8Q G.A.A, '43
Spanish Club 23 Service Club 3, 4g
Health Council SQ Student Coun-
cil 25 Alternate 3.
Football 33 Football Coach 45
"The Purple Mask" 4g Health
, "Beer" Wilmette
Swimming 33 Int. Valley Ball 35
Glee Club 1, 23 Lens Club 43
Sports Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 23
News Stag 43 Snap-shot Staff
E c h o e s 3 42 Chairman Warrant
Drive 4Q Information Desk 4.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Honorary Mem-
ber Dramatic Club 45 Scriblerus
Club 2, 3, 43 News Staff 3, 4Q
Rifle Club IQ Honor Group 33
Williams Literary Prize 2, 33 Lit-
erary Staff Echoes 4.
Armour Institute of Technology
Evelyn Tryon Strom
Class Financial Committee 41
French Club 33 Health Council 3Q
Reserve Desk 4.
John E. Struggles
Class Social Committee IQ Class
Treasurer 2g Tri-ship Charity
Committee 41 Football 45 Int. Track
43 Fresh-Soph Football 2Q Numer-
als 23 Class Runners-up Football 1,
35 Information desk 41 T.N.T. 43
Circulation Staff Echoes 4.
G.A.A. 1, 2, 41 Service Club 41
Villa Victoria, Switzerland 3.
Class Decoration Committee 43
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 Secretary IQ N.
T.G.A.A.3 Tumbling 1, 25 Swim-
ming 1, 2, 33 Basketball IQ Adver-
tising Staff Echoes 4.
Class Social Committee 23 Class
Decoration Committee 33 Girls'
Club Social Committee IQ Friendly
Committee 32 G.A.A. 2, 3, 43 N.
T.G.A.A. 42 Sr. Music Club 1, 2,
33 Glee Club 33 Lens Club 22
French Club 32 Domecon 45 Stu-
dent Council li Advertising Staff
Echoes 2, QQ Typing Staff 3.
Margaret Bernice Thiel
G.A.A.Q N.T.G.A.A. 23 N. 33
Soccer 2, 3, 45 Tumbling 1, 2g
Swimming 2, 3, 42 Track 2, 45
Clogging 3, 43 jr. Orchestra IQ
Sr. Orchestra 2, 33 Domecon 4Q
Girls' Athletic Staff Echoes 4.
Mary jane Thomas
French Club 23 Stamp Club 23
Service Club 4g Honor Group 1,
23 Honor Society 43 Kendall Hall,
Boston, Mass. 3. t
Glee Club 4: Senior Music Club
43 A Cappella Choir 43 Chess Club
4: Hastings High IQ Roosevelt
Hiffh School, Des Moines 2, 3.
Gertrude Van Trewe-n
SCI'ViCC 3, 4Q Commefcigl
Club 2, 33 Reserve Desk 4.
Orchestra 43 Band 4g Oak Park
and River Forest High x, 2, 3.
Charles Franklin Venrick
Class Social Committee :g Honor
Group 33 Honor Society 45 Oma-
ha Central High x.
Geology Club 3, 43 President 43
Honor Group 2, 33 Information
Georgia Alice Vosburgh
G.A.A. I, 2, 3, 43 N.T.G.A.A.
IQ N. 2g Tumbling IQ Swimming
2, 3, 45 Track I, 23 Dancing3
Swimming Head 33 Dramatic Club
13 "The Bluebird" IQ Stamp Club
IQ Domecon Club 3, 41 News Staff
IQ Senior Service 43 Service Club 4.
Football 3, 42 Fresh-.Soph Foot-
ball 25 Fresh-Soph Basketball 23
Band I, 22 T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 42 Echoes Staff 3, 4.
Elsie Knight Wade
Class Decoration Committee IQ
Class Social Committee 23 G.A.A.
25 N.T.G.A.A.3 Dancing 2, 31
Tumbling 25 Student Council r, 23
Lens Club 32 Spanish Club IQ Hon-
or Group 33 Honor Society 43 Ad-
vertising Staff 33 Editor Literary
Echoes Staff 4.
Litchfield Robert Wagner
Basketball 43 Tennis 2, 3, 42
Tennis Doubles 43 Organization
Staff Echoes 43 Health Council 33
Winclmestcr High, Mass.3 Columbia
Rochester, N. Y.
Kenneth Wm. Wa g-ner
Football 3, 45 Commercial
Walter Weil Wanger
Class Social Committee r, 23
Track I, 2, 3, 42 Numerals rg
Letters 2, 3, 4g Rifle Team 42 Int.
Baseball 25 Lens Club 2: Commer-
cial Club 3, 4, President 4g Rifle
Tri-ship Dance Committee 3, 43
Basketball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 3, 45
Orchestra 1, 3, 49 Band I, 25
Group Pictures Staff Echoes 3, 4.
Robert Allen Ward
Band I, 2, 3, 41 Information
Desk 43 School Dance Orches-
Marion Jayne Watson
"Pirates of Penzance" 35 Proba-
tionary Member of Dramatic Club
I, 2, 33 Bluebird IQ Reserve Desk
Librarian 3, 4.
National College of Education
Fresh-Soph Football 1, 25 Nu-
merals 1, Z3 Football 4Q Letter 41
Commercial Club 25 Lens Club 3.
John C. Waxler
Advertising Staff 45 Olney Town-
G.A.A.5 Numerals 35 Clogging 3.
Charles Frederick Weed
Golf 3, 4Q Letter 3, 4g Informa-
tion Desk 45 Shattuck School 1, 2Q
Captain Golf Team 4.
Margaret Wegner '
Class Gift Committee 42 G.A.A.5
Hockey IQ Natural Dancing IQ
Probationary Member of Dramatic
Club 1, z, 3Q Bluebird IQ Domecon
Club 4Q Student Council 2.
Orchestra I, 2, 35 Honor Gro
I, 2, 32 Honor Society 4.
Lens Club 3, 4g Author "Tw
Eggs and a Chicken" 3.
Tri-Ship Charity Committee -
Student Football Coach 42 Gail
man Club 35 Information Desk 4
Advertising Editor Echoes 45 Che
ate School, Wallingford, Conn.
Dinner Committee Tri-Shi
Basketball 43 Letter 4Q Band 1, '
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leader 1, 2, 3, 45 Head 3, 4Q Let
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Numerals 3Q Information Desk 4.
Health Counselor 35 Sacred Heart
onvent 1, 2.
W Track I, lg Spanish Club ZQ
Lens Club 4Q Commerce Club 2.
G.A.A.g Commerce Club 1.
St. Luke's Hospital
junior Track Numerals 2Q jun-
ior Orchestra 1, 22 Sports Club 1,
21 Spanish 2Q Snapshot Staff Ech-
Frank Kendrick Williams
Geology Club 2, 3,243 Treas-
George Paul Williams
Baseball 2, 3, 42 Letter 3, 42
Student Council lg Honor Group
2, 32 Honor Society 4.
Anne Marie Wilson
Domicon Club 45 French Club
4g Echoes Business Staff 4.
Science Club 1, zg R e s e r v e
Football 3, 45 Fresh-Soph Foot-
ball 22 Numerals 2, Usher
Spanish Club 2.
Football I, 2, 3, 4: Numerals IQ
Letter 2, 3, 45 Co-Captain 43 Bas-
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3, 43 Track 45 Int. Basketball
Champs lg Fresh-Soph Basketball
1, 2Q Captain 22 Band I, 23 T.N.
T. 4Q Editor of Circulation Staff
Echoes 4Q Information Desk.
Football 2, 3, 4Q Blewett of St.
Honor Groups zg Honor Soci-
G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 1,
25 Soccer IQ French Club 35 Dom-
Frosh-.Soph Football zg Numeral
zg Runners-up Basketball 4.
Honor Group 1, 2, SQ Honor So-
ciety 4Q Service Club 3.
Harriet Ann Wright
French Club 3, 4g Snapslx
Staff Echoes 42 Senior Service 4.
National College of Education
Carolyn Margaret Yerkes
Gavel Club 33 Rifle Club 3,
Girls' Rifle Team 3, 43 Manager
Honor Group 2, 3g Honor Socie
42 Registrar's Ofiice 43 Powell Ju'
ior High, Washington, D. C.
Sally Zaremba l
Commerce Club 2, 45 Hom
Group zg Senior Service 4. l
Frances Copthorne K
Hockey IQ G.A.A. 1, 3, 4g Class
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Club 41 Student Council 25 Alter-
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tionary z, Active 3, Player 45
Properties Crew z, 3, 4g French
Club BQ Lens Club 5.
Class Decoration Chairman rg
G.A.A.g Soccer 25 Dramatic Club
1, 3, 42 Probntionary ZQ Active 35
Player 45 Property Crew 1, 3, 4Q
Spanish Club 2Q Service Club 4g
Rifle Club I, 2.
Nationnl College of Education
Ackerman, Albert Post, Jeanettc
Mcllraith Knapp Horder Seiler
The third year of the class of 1933 has almost reached its completion. In every way
the members of the class have proven true upperclassmen.
Leap year was carried out in full fashion this year by giving the girls the opportuni-
ties for managing affairs. A girl was elected president, and the girls did the dating for
the first semester's party. This novelty aroused great interest. Two school orchestras
provided continuous dancing, and the "depression" decorations were unique, to say
the least. Due to the hard times it was agreed to abandon the Junior Prom, but at
present a number of Junior boys, who are especially desirous for this party, are hoping
to stir up enough enthusiasm for its usual success.
During the student tax-warrant campaign in March the boys and girls cooperated
splendidly. The Junior class alone raised over 522,000 in these two weeks to help the
school stay open.
Miss Flentye 'and Mr. Vernon have helped us unsparingly, and we feel indebted to
them. We sincerely hope we will have no trouble in filling the place of the class of
1932 next year.
JUNIOR HONOR GROUP
Vandar Vries, Jack
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Dostnl Burnham Moulton Thackcry
The Sophomore class points with modest pride to the splendid records it has set. In
scholastic work, its standing has been aboveiaverageg in athletics and other extra curri-
cular activities our class has produced talent that achieved real distinction. Only one
party was held this year, due to the fact that the class decided to buy tax anticipation
,warrants with class dues. The enthusiasm with which every class member participated
in this patriotic endeavor shows the real spirit of our class. The energy and hard work
of the committees and the support of Miss Hurst and Mr. Grinnell was indeed an
inspiration. We feel that we have set an enviable record for the succeeding Sophomore
classes and as we look forward to our junior year we shall strive to make our record as
juniors equally outstanding and successful.
SOPI-IOMORE HONOR GROUP
Heames, Esther fi
Jacobs, Dorothy J.
Moe, Ethel Jane
Stevenson, Mary Jane
Young, Warren V
FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP
Miller Vfaidner Booz Mee
The class of '35 is one of the largest that has yet attended New Trier, and we hope
to live up to the old saying "The bigger the better." We had a chance to show some
New Trier fight during the tax warrant drive, and we think we did our part.
The class has made quite a good scholastic record as well as making a fine athletic
showing. The Freshmen were well represented in Frosh-Soph football and basketball,
junior track and swimming, and in the various girls' sports. Some of our members are
promising material for varsity sports Within the next year.
The Freshman-Sophomore plays this year were not unusual but they showed some
very promising talent as well as fine coaching.
' We had one very successful dance, much to the credit of Miss Shaw and Mr. Herron,
who are adviser chairmen of the class.
The class feels that if we are as successful in the following years as we have been
this year we will not be a discredit to New Trier.
Benz, Marie ,
Born, jerry N
Booz, Anna Marie
Broad, Charles ,
Cunningham, Judith i
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SS 6 CHESTNUT AVENUE
Telephone Winnetka 602
We Extend Hearty Covzgratulations to floe
Graduating Class of 1932
901 Ridge Avenue
Phone: Wilmette 3 16
1 181 Wilmette Avenue
Good Food Prompt Serwce
V V V
Phone: Wilmerre 2782
D U N C A N
S T U D I O S
5762 LINCOLN AVENUE
Alice Beauty Shop
503 Chestnut Street
Phone 8 0 0
PERMANENT WAXVE ....,
FINGER WAVE ............
FINGER WAVE, Under Dryer
OIL SHAMPOO ............
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday
SHAMPOO and FINGER WAVE
S65 Lincoln Avenue
G1 ts Fo1'Grarluatio11
E. A. LINDAHL
525 Davis Street
DRAP12R1Es UPHOLSTERING SLIP Covlsks
New Trier Shade
and Drapery Shop
JAMES B. MACFARLANE
1117 Greenleaf Ave.
Wilmetce, Ill. Wilmerre 2228
SERVICEH- ELSIE THAL
To serve each customer
as Ibougb bc' or sbs
were our only cusfomer
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1219 WILMETTE AVENUE
Phone Wilniette 3060
WILLIAM H. SCOTT
S54 CENTER ST. WINNETKA
1118 GREENLEAF AVE. NVILMETTE
For A Limitenl
Personality Rin glette Bob
S7. 5 0
Open Thursday Evenings
727 RIDGE ROAD
Phone Wiln1ette 235
N. L. MCBRIDE, D. V. M.
Assisfamf State Veterimzrimz
1021 DAVIS STREET
Phone Ullilf'CY5lfj' 1700
BLA NN PHARMA C Y
All Prescriptions Carefully Filled
RALPH G. BLANN, R.PH.
Tel. Winnetka 991
Hou-'c your sbocs rebuilf, not repaired
New Sbors Made to Order
Phyllis Lorraine, Inc.
S74 Lincoln Avenue
Charmingly individual HATS at sharp
reductions but the reductions are in price
only. Our standard of style and quality
which you expect and always have re-
ceived remains unchanged.
736 ELM STREET
R. WAGNER WINNETKA, ILL.
E C K A R T
"For Beifer Things To Eat"
7 35 Elm Street
' GROCERY AND MARKET
Cutlery 1144-48 Central Avenue
Glass WILMETTE, ILLINOIS
WINNETKA, 1LLINo1s 'M
843-844 Phone Wilmette 420 to 425
as a Tree.
Ain? We ? 1t's 'the Depression
1 6 23 Sherman Avenue
Phone University 8998
SHOWING ALL THE LATEST AND
BEST TALKING -- SINGING AND
Qcfatro del Lago
No Man'5 Lana'
EXTENDS HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 1932 GRAD-
UATES OF NEW TRIER AND WISHES THEM A FULL MEASURE
OF LIFE'S BLESSINGS AS THEY JOURNEY ALONG THE PATH-
WAYS OF THE FUTURE. -SAM C. MEYERS
Earl Weinslock, Vice-Pres. Sc Gen. Mgr.
WINNETKA M. L. ADAMS
CSMP ANY Barber Shop
COAL, COKE, FUEL, OIL,
MII ', WORK
fi? sls Elm Street
S 94 CENTER STREET WINNETKA
WINNETKA, ILLINOIS Phone 409
Phbne Winnetka 734-5
C0,,,l,1ime,m Robert J. Jaeger, Pres.
Mr. and Mrs. B-
JA E G E R
INDIAN HILL DRUGS
454 XIVINNETKA AVENUE
MAIN AT HINMAN
Greenleaf 3 842
S T O R I N G
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Chairs and Tables For Rent F O R D
For All Occasions Cars
44 as Parts
R E N S C H
FIREPROQF WAREHOUSE' v v v
S21 Main street, WILMETTE, ILL. 435 MAIN STREET
Vfilmette 32 University 7317 Phone Wilmette 95 5
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SALUTES NEW TRIER
DUTCH MILL 'CANDIES
WILMETTE f LAKE FOREST
And All Over Chicago
OELERICH 86 BERRY Co.
A Strong Progressive Bank
Ready to Serve Your
Established 19 O9
f C H EVROLEl,"
Your Neighborhood Chevrolet Dealer
NORTH SHORE CHEVROLET
SALES and SERVICE
611 MAIN STREET, WILMETTE
A phone cull will bring our
flemonslraior fo your door
Direrlly Opfrosife lbs' Defra!
Let Us Service Your Car W'hen Taking the Train
STATE BANK A TRUST CO.
l6Q.4,, onnmc.-ron Avenue
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An imziiation is extemled' to the Students
of New Trier to Visit the
Illinois College of Chiropody
1321-27 NORTH CLARK STREET
The Foot Clinics of Chicwo are conducted by
the College, treating over 13,000 patients annually
A Two Year Course with a High School
DR. WM. J. STICKEL, Dean.
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THERE'S no need to be zi spendthrift, if you shop at
Lnleunesse. There's no need to live beyond your
means, if you shop at Lajeunesse. Because for all the
fine quality of our merchandise, we are kind to your
Now, more than ever, you can indulge your taste for
fiue clothes. For Lajeunesse, always famous for fair
prices, has priced with an eye to smaller budgets, and
now even the loveliest wardrobes conform to the trend
ot' the times.
JUNIORS' and GIRLS' WEAR
1168 XVilmette Avenue
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WINNETKA MCTOR CO.
Pboue Us for a DL'llI0lISfl'Ilff0f1
Winnetka 3491 664 Center Street
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water. No more soggy tooth brush! No
xoo'Z1 germ-proof-surgically more bristle shedding!
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carloads. The new package pro- h, ,
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T A X W A R R A N T S
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TEXACO FIRE CHIEF GASOLINE GENERAL and CENTURY TIRES
QUAKER STATE MOTOR OILS TIRE REPAIRS
HAVOLINE ' WASHING
TEXACO GOLDEN MOTOR OILS GREASING
HUBBARD WOODS SERVICE STATION
Tower Road and Center Street
Winnetka 6 17--1 8 34 HUBBARD WOODS, ILLINOIS
INTRAMURAL FEATHERWEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
"The Student Eating Place"
HOT OR COLD LUNCHES
Delicious Fozuztain Specials
Wrightfs 1626 ORRINGTON AVE. UNIVERSITY 0461
For Over 30 Years An
464 WINNETKA AVE. INDIAN HILL Ewmshm Jeweler
Established 18 94
AND SAVINGS BANK
A State Bank
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S150,000.00
M. K. MEYER, President
William A. Pope
HEATING AND POWER PLANTS
ALFRED D. HERRMANN, Vicc-Presidrnt PWC
ALLEN T. WEINSTOCK, Cashier
JAMES O. BROOKS, Asst. Cashier
Savings and Checking Accounts 26 N Jefferson Street
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16 South Market Street
Phone Franklin 4475 Chicago
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