New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1940
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MR. BALLMAN MR. PETERSON MRS. ALDRICH MR. BARNETT MR. PUTNAM
ew Pier .xdvlminiafra fion
New Trier students owe the administration and the Board
of ,Education a great deal of appreciation for improving the
school facilities, and seeing that everything in school runs
smoothly and properly.
Mr. Matthew P. Gaffney, Superintendent, has been work-
ing diligently for the past nine years to achieve this end. He
has attained one of the highest scholastic ratings in the
country and has striven continuously to better the relations
between the faculty and the students. Miss E. E. Packer,
Assistant Superintendent and Dean of Girls, Mr. Frederick
A. Kahler, Dean of Boys, Mr. Harry H. Herron, Registrar
and Oflice Supervisor, Mr. Wesley L. Brown, Business Man-
ager, and Mr. R. F. L. Biesemeier, Supervising Engineer,
have all helped Mr. Gaffney wonderfully.
Mr. Ballman, president, Mrs. Aldrich, Mr. Barnett, Mr.
Peterson, and Mr. Putnam, of the Board of Education, have
worked diligently to accomplish all matters to be settled by
them. It is their task to see that all school affairs and activ-
ities function properly.
MR. KAHLER MISS PACKER MR. HERRON MR. BROWN
Q Led by its very able officers, the Senior Class has earned
for itself a very fine reputation in the minds of tlle student
body. To Gordon Laughead, president, Betty Ross, vice-
president, Marge Clark, secretary, and Jim Mahle, treasurer,
go the honors for a splendid Senior Hop which was held at
the Edgewater Beach Hotel on June 1. These officers ar-
ranged class assemblies and took care of all other matters
concerning their class.
I Jo Hathaway, president, John Ball, vice-president, Nancy
Schipfer, secretary, and Grant Ellis, treasurer, did a very
fine job on the Junior Prom which was held in the dining
hall on May 18. With their help and assistance, the Junior
Class was very busily engaged in accepting the duties and
responsibilities of upper-classmen.
I '4The Sophomore Circusf, held on March 30, was very
successfully staged by the class officers, Allan Gilbert, presi-
dent, ,lean Schiebel, vice-president, Margaret Munson, secre-
tary, and Mark Eberle, treasurer. Although these officers
did not have a great deal to do throughout the year, they
did prove themselves very competent to help carry on the
duties of upper-classmen.
I The Freshman officers were elected purely on an honorary
basis, as the class does not have a party or any other class
event. However, Jim Clark, president, Ann 0'Conor, vice-
president, Jean Shanesy, secretary, and Ed Devlin, treasurer,
show great promise for fine sophomores and upper-classmen.
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Gordon Laughead Betty Ross
Marge Clark Jim Mable
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Jo Hathaway John Ball
Nancy Schipfer Grant Ellis
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Allan Gilbert Jean Schiebel
Margaret Munson Mark Eberle
FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
,lim Clark Ann 0'Conor
Jean Shanesy Ed Devlin
W. S. BROWN MRS. MABEL ARNOLD GOTTFRIED SANDVIG
,gn em oriam
Sleep on dear friend, for you have peace.
For you the glare of life is done.
ln heaven's roof you find surcease
From burdened careg your course is run.
In my heart there is a memory.
A grotto of good loves and deep.
The raging crest of loss there gently
Flows to pools in thought of your calm sleep.
And thinking thus you live on still.
0ur lives inseparalmly entwine.
For your ideals surge from their rill
Of death to the ocean's living chime.
Clayey rest alone can seize us.
Life's mystic crux and greater part
Is immortalg you do not leave us.
Your life will warm my weary heart.
Your soul must live for man to liveg
The body is hut dust to lease.
You find holy truth is but to giveg
Sleep on dear friend, for you have peace.
Bill sway, 340
KAHLER MALONEY VERNON BRADY GRINNELL HURST REILEY SHAW
I The newest venture in the Mathematics Department pro-
gram is an attempt to produce a course for those students
who have found mathematics a bit difficult. The course con-
sists of a six semester program, three of which are basically
Algebra, and three basically Geometry. Each semester's work
creditably done gives 2K3 credits toward graduation from
high school but not necessarily credit for college in Algebra
or Geometry. If a student plans to go to college, it is possible
to receive a unit for Algebra and a unit for Geometry toward
college entrance on the recommendation of the teacher which
will be based largely on the ability and preparation necessary
to do the Junior Algebra course.
Mr. Snyder, the head of the department, wrote the first
two semesters' work while in Santa Monica, California, last
Summer and is now writing the third semester's work. He
will return to California this Summer to write the next three
semesters, work which includes the Geometry. Special re-
medial work for the two slowest groups is carried on by Mr.
Funkhouser in connection with this General Mathematics
Mr. W. A. Snyder
Mr. W. J. Aschenbach
Mr. H. D. Caton
Miss E. M. Evans
Mr. D. K. Funkhouser
Mr. R. E. Gadske
Mrs. M. M. Gallic
Mr. C. 0. Crater
Mr. R. A. Harper
Mr. L. P. Hoskins
Mr. C. H. Jones
Miss H. Maloney
Miss N. Sleigh!
Miss D. D. Walker
Mr. C. 0. Waters
Miss E. Webb
SNYDER ' ASCHENBACH CATQN EVANS FUNKHOUSER GADSKE GALLIE GRATER
HARPER HOSKINS . JONES MALONEY SLEIGHT WALKER WATERS WEBB
Mr. L. A. Hutchens
Miss G. V. Benthey
Mrs. M. A. Cook
Mr. R. B. Carpenter
Mr. F. P. DeLay
Miss L. W. Durgin
Miss L. C. Hamilton
Mr. N. S. Lehman
Mr. C. E. MacLean
Mr. A. McKinnie
Miss M. A. Payton
Mr. R. S. Peterson
Mr. H. C. Pifer
Mrs. K. C. Smith
Miss E. Stanwood
Mr. C. Van Kirk
Miss M. E. Vlasto
Miss H. Walkup
Miss E. White
Miss R. Whitfield
Miss W. E. Wilson
Miss L. E. Wright
I Since language is the tool of thought, the medium of
communication, and the avenue of understanding, the in-
fluence of the English department is all-pervasive in the life
of the individual and the school, and to attempt to speak of
its peculiar function is a good deal like trying to discuss the
air we breathe.
Perhaps the growing realization of this truth explains
one of the most significant developments of the last year or
two in the department and the school-the tendency to look
upon English as the center around which a more highly in-
tegrated curriculum may be built. The result has been the
introduction of many new units and courses in which English
and other subjects, such as music, art, history, and science,
Other innovations are introduced every year in the effort
to approximate the normal relationship which exists between
linguistic activities and life itself. The use of the radio,
motion pictures, the phonograph, club activities, student
publications, dramatization-these are a few of the varied
Almost from its very beginning, New Trier has held a
high reputation for turning out graduates well trained in
English. It need hardly be said that the credit for this is
due to a highly efficient departmental faculty, now number-
ing twenty-two members, many of whom are specialists in
particular phases of English teaching.
MQQLEAN MQKINNIE PAYTON I PETERSON V PIFER SMITH t STANWOOD VLASTQ
O Correlation was a prominent objective this past year in
the Foreign Language Department under the guidance of
Dr. Small. The French Department broadened its cultural
areas by closer affiliation with the Art Department, and the
pantomimes presented by several of the classes enjoyed the
cooperation of the Dramatic Department. The Latin De-
partment produced, with the assistance of the Dramatic
Department, Girls, Athletics, and Music Integration, two
plays, "Iarbas" and MB. C. 63," written by Dr. Small and
presented at New Trier for the Latin teachers of the state
attending the Illinois Classical Conference. The Spanish
Department introduced a new cultural course, entitled
"Spanish Life," which enjoyed the added services of the
Library and the Art and Workshop Departments. The Ger-
man Department presented several artists who entertained
and instructed in folk dancing. All groups of the Foreign
Language Department made much use of visual and auditory
educational aids. This year for the first time, with the crea-
tion of the Latin Club, every language department was
represented hy a language club.
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Mr. C. R. Small
Miss L. Brady
Miss F. A. Bredin
Miss E. L. Brcidenhach
Mr. A. Bridges
Mrs. V. S. Brooks
Mrs. E. Carlson
Mrs. M. S. Cockrell
Mrs. J. S. Collins
Mr. P. Dempsey
Miss V. B. Donham
Mr. M. E. Duckles
Miss F. J. Flentye
Miss L. D. Fulton
Mrs. M. S. Hildebrand
Miss E. Karst
Miss M. H. Paul
Mr. J. G. Prendergast
Miss E. M. Shaw
Mrs. H. Stolle
COLLINS ' DEMPSEY DONHAM BUCKLES FLENTYE I FULTON I-IILDEBRAND KAIIST
F I PAUL I PRENDERGAST I SHAW sroue
Miss L. F. Ullrick
Mr. M. T. Coburn
Miss O. B. Cole
Mr. F. D. Frisbie
Mr. J. W. Cannaway
Miss A. E. Hurst
Mrs. S. S. Kimball
Mr. J. M. Nay
Mrs. P. R. Pinn
Mr. C. W. Reiley
Mr. B. W. Shearer
Mrs. D. C. Simonds
Mr. A. W. Troelstrup
Mr. R. Wehr
Miss F. A. Weiler
0 Each year the Social Studies Department undertakes two
important projects. Last Winter the production 6'What So
Proudly We Hail" was presented. About seventy-five stu-
dents of history classes took part in this dramatization of in-
cidents in American history, which was directed by the Dra-
matic Department. The second semester a Mock Republican
Convention was held, with the Republican candidates por-
trayed by students. This convention was under the direction
of Mr. Gannaway and included about five hundred students.
This Spring one of Mr. Wehr's classes presented a panel
discussion concerning labor problems which was broadcast
from the Progressive Education Convention at the Palmer
House. This group, about 25 students, first listened to a
radio broadcast and then discussed it before the teachers
at the convention.
Although there were no changes in the faculty, there are
several interesting notes about present members. Miss Weiler,
a teacher of history, completed her work for a Master's
degree at Northwestern University during the past year. Mr.
Troelstrup of the Economics section is at present engrossed
in writing a text book on economics which is expected to be
finished by the end of the summer. At a recent board meet-
ing a new course was proposed by Mr. Shearer, a course on
Democracy, which is expected to start in summer school.
As usual, excursions were conducted by various classes
to museums and other establishments. Mr. Frisbie's Sociol-
ogy class again worked at the Northwestern Settlement on the
The History Museum in room 344 has been augmented
from time to time by Mr. Leslie Cooke, its sponsor.
ULLRICK COIURN COLE FRISIIE GANNAWAY HURST KIMIALL NAY
PINN ' i REILEY fi SHEARER I A SIMONDS TROELSTRUP WEHR WEILER
cience an rf lelaarfmen fri
Q The Science Department is one that no student can avoid.
As a result of this, New Trier has a very well-equipped scien-
tific establishment, including complete and up-to-date
physics, chemistry, and biology laboratories. Two new addi-
tions, the greenhouse in the M. E. court and the Hildebrand
Memorial Museum were completed last year. Among the
activities, during the year one of Mr. Windoes' physics classes
conducted an unofficial Babcock test for the butterfat con-
tent of milk which caused quite a furor at the Borden-
Wieland Dairy. A biology class'conducled by Mr. Reynolds
made interesting experiments concerning nutrition of ani-
mals and other forms of life both in the biology lab and in
This year Mr. Clader was added to the Science Faculty.
0 The most outstanding activity of the Art Department this
year is the addition of a fine new studio. Mr. John Stenvall,
a well-known Chicago artist, was the new teacher in charge.
All crafts, but especially that of metal, has been stressed in
As in other years, art exhibitions, this year the American
Index of Design and the W.P.A. exhibitions, were hung in the
main corridor. Also work done by our students was sent to
exhibitions in different parts of the country.
This year the department is making a series of colorful
murals to be hung in the Commerce Department of the
Mr. F. C. Windoes
Mr. N. C. Christensen
Mr. C. Clader
Mr. V. H. Condon
Mr. P. G. Delaporte
Mr. G. D. Edwards
Miss M. C. Johnston
Mr. R. S. Ream
Mr. C. W. Reynolds
Mr. A. W. Van Deursen
Mr. S. S. Vernon
Miss C. M. Murphy
Mr. F. E. Holland
Mrs. M. A. Holland
Mr. J. Stenvall
WINDOES CHRISTENSEN CLADER CONDON DELAPORTE EDWARDS JOHNSTON IEAM
REYNOLDS VAN DEURSEN VERNON MURPHY A F. HOLLAND M. HOLLAND STENVALL
ommerce ana! Wudic elaarfmen fd
Mr. D. E. Johnson
Mrs. E. C. Dell
Miss A. Flemington
Mr. A. L. Grinnell
Miss E. M. Hadden
Miss H. C. Henningsen
Mr. H. H. Herron
Mr. J. W. Rau
Miss H. Reinhardt
Mr. J. R. Smith
Miss E. E. Thorne
Mrs. M. Cotton
Mrs. A. J. Bradburn
Mr. J. C. Schumacher
Mr. G. Swigart
Mrs. E. A. Kidd
I Picture on page 222
0 The Commerce Department, during the year 1939-40,
continued to give a good general business education to stu-
dents who wanted to learn to manage their own personal
financial aifairs and to give additional training to those
planning a business career with or without a college edu-
All courses continued to be popular. The success of the
experimental class in Store Practice IV assures it a perma-
nent place on the program. The faculty remains unchanged
and no notices of withdrawals for next year have been re-
Many of the questions asked of teachers in regard to the
content of commerce courses can now be referred to the
New Trier Handbook for answers. Plans are constantly be-
ing considered for closer cooperation between the Commerce
Department and other departments of the school. The past
year saw increased cooperation with the Social Science
Department and new relationships with the Art, Manual
Education, and Dramatics Departments.
O Staging several brilliant musical performances, the Music
Department has displayed to the township the highest caliber
of musical training and workmanship. Under the direction
of Mrs. Marian Cotton-known affectionately to her students
as '6Mama" - these productions have set a precedent in
superb productions which will not be equaled for some time
to come. Of course, 6'Mama" has not done all this alone,
for she is very ably assisted by Mrs. Bradburn, Miss Ander-
son, Mr. Swigart, and Mr. Schumacher.
O Music is combined with many other subjects at New Trier
High School and this new work, known as music integration,
is developing rapidly and is serving many diilferent music
needs throughout the school.
JOHNSON DELL FLEMINGTON GRINNELI. I-IADDEN I-IENNINGSEN HERRON RAU
REIN HARDT SMITH TI-IORNE COTTON ANDERSON BIIADBUIIN SCHUMACI-IER SWIGART
ome conomicd, .gncluzifriaf
O The courses of the Home Economics Department are
designed expressly to train students in the domestic arts.
Courses are offered in cooking, clothing, and home furnish-
Again this year the department assisted in the costumes
for the productions of the dramatic and musical organiza-
In the Foods course many enthusiastic housewives en-
rolled for night work in the Cooking School.
As a result of excellent guidance in sewing, the students
were able to put on a worthwhile fashion show near the ,end
of the term.
Q The Industrial Arts Department includes in its curricula
courses in mechanical and architectural drawing, and wood,
auto, and machine shop. The emphasis in this department
is placed on giving the students consumer information which
will enable them to judge products more wisely, and not
necessarily on developing various skills. The courses, how-
ever, do provide the necessary background for the pre-engi-
0 The Dramatic Division, only three years old, has offered
during the year 1939-1940 eight different courses in which
more than 200 students have been enrolled. Speech im-
provement and training in acting gave us better performers
for student plays. Stage craft and Theatre Arts make possible
the more elaborate and attractive settings provided for these
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Mrs. J. W. Lighter
Mrs. H. O. Brander
Mrs. L. T. Ireland
Mrs. M. LaMetre
Miss I. Moschel
Miss R. Whitesel
Mr. R. L. F. Biesemeier
Mr. H. B. Aram
Mr. G. H. Flaningam
Mr. B. H. Landwer
Mr. W. H. Nickels
Mr. W. W. Smith
Mr. H. R. Whitby
Miss E. Stanwood
Mr. M. Coburn
Miss P. Feeney
Mr. R. Harper
Mr. C. H. Jones
Miss L. Lambert
Mrs. J. Lighter
Mr. G. Van Kirk
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Q During the year 1939-1940, the Girls' Physical Educa-
tion Department enjoyed several changes, both within the
department and in its relations with other departments. The
girls, gym periods were lengthened to 80 minutes and several
special classes were held in rhythms and swimming.
This year the department assisted with the operetta,
with a dramatic class, the Badminton Club, and the Gym
Get-Together. Miss Anderson, Miss Veach, and Miss Burk-
hard were new-comers during the year and Mrs. Rehage and
Miss Adair departed.
O Whether or not they realize it, each boy in New Trier
owes the Physical Education Department a vote of thanks.
The faculty of this department not only conducts the gym
classes, but in doing so helps lay a foundation for intra-mural
sports by endeavoring to teach the rules of the game and
good sportsmanship. As a part of his gym training, each
boy receives instruction and practice in the major sports,
which, it is hoped, he will put in use in his outside activities.
While the swimming is under Coach Jackson, 6'Duke" Childs,
Department Head, and his efficient faculty, conducted the
other classes. Mr. Lauer is the only new addition to the
Q The Health Department with its conscientious workers is
one of the most important functions of the school. Estab-
,lished to handle emergency cases, take charge of physical
exams and health and safety campaigns, it has also given
blood pressure tests to all students who participated in ath-
Miss I. Boulton
Mrs. E. M. Abbott
Miss E. Healy
Miss R. Stone
Miss B. Veach
Mrs. V. Wells
Mr. W. L. Childs
Mr. W. P. Happ
Mr. E. B. Jackson
Mr. C. F. Lauer
Mr. D. Showley
H EALTH DEPT.
A FAC ULTY
Mrs. M. Moore
Mrs. K. Schonenberger
BOYS' LOCKER ROOM
Mr. J. Schmitt
Mrs. E. A. Kidd
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Mrs. G. Alter
Miss K. Borroff
Miss L. Burkhard
Miss C. Haupt
Miss R. Helbig
Miss R. Hoagland
Miss R. Koll
Miss H. Parker
Miss G. Poole
Miss E. R. Libbey
Mr. C. Howard
Miss F. Ellis Miss L. Holzinger Miss B. Rossberger Miss D' G' Dixon CAFETERIA
Mr. C. Gibson Miss F. Storner Mrs' E' M' Todd Miss E. Robson
GIRLS' OFFICE STAFF
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The Summer of u39', had gone by,
And only fond memories remainedg
Days with the sun in a warm blue sky,
But those carefree months had now waned.
Then high in the tower the old school bell rang
And thoughts of the school year ahead
Flashed through the minds of all the old gang,
As back to New Trier they sped.
1. Back to school
2. King Football again reigns
3. The Activities Ticket Drive
4. The Tri-Ship Opener
5. First Matinee Dance
6. The Girls' Friendly Banquet
7. Seniors campaign for class elections
8. Boys' Athletic Dinner
9. The Football Award Assembly
10. Publicizing a Student Forum
11. The Forum
12. Girls vend magazines in Annual Drive
13. Trelawny of the tGWells',
14. Parents attend night school
15. Annual Homecoming
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Another Winter engulfed New Trier,
But the days were balmy stillg
Surely Nature was acting queer,
For the weather had no chill.
But then the days grew dark and cold,
An icy north wind did blowg
And frigid Father Winter bold,
Brought forth his ice and snow.
Winter hits New Trier
The College Exhibit
New Trier singers in Christmas Concert
Treverian swimmers plow up Lake New Trier
Cagers leap for ball in crucial game
A couple of talented Lagniappe performers
The Latin Play
What So Proudly We Hail
Mother and Daughter Banquet
Seniors struggle with three hour English exams
Flags unfurled in classrooms
A Christmas party
Echoes drive launched with publicity skit
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The ice-covered streams began to thaw,
And the white blanket left the earthg
According to Mother Nature's old law,
Again came the season of mirth.
Spring had arrived, and with it a plague
Of Spring fever hit New Trierg
And young men's hopes were no longer vague,
For there were girls and good cheer.
1. Spring fever
2. New Trier Tracksters dash for League H0
The cry of "Batter Up!" sounds again
4. Two cute Leap Year Lurchers
5. The Pirates of Penzance
6. Sophomores brawl at Splash Party
. Square dancing hits New Trier
At the Father and Son Banquet
10. The Award Assembly
11. Three revelers at the Sophomore Party
12. Sophs entertain classmates at party
13. New Trier Band makes ready for Concert
14. The Youngest
15. The sad day arrives Cflrafluationj
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Asylum for intellectuals
Baby wins a new pair of shoes!
Tellis all about it!
"Father', and 65Angels.,'
Can I borrow a nickel?
Keller: ul Lovett?
Caution-Men at work.
Eye it, try it, huy it.
Dewey love it!
Just cooling him off.
A good sign!
Brrrr! These heavy overcoats.
NVADES NEW TRIER CAMPUS . . .
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First the dear boys sit
down to a delicious cup of
1. CW'ell! Slap my wristU
But one of the hoys is
naughty and does not
like tea, and so 1
2. filly goodness! It's a
hrawllj Three good lit-
tle boys look on with
wonder and glee.
3. flley you slugs! Take it
easy.D But now con-
gratulations are in order
4. CVVell! Wmvlll Put'er
there Brother Hoodlj
Now the boys feel like
singing with furor
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5. CSweet - a - do - lineee.j
Now one hood relieves
the rest of their marbles.
6. fFor shame, Father!j
7. fQuiet!j One of de boys
is a contortionist.
8. Qllghhhlj Now one of
the seniors serenades a
9. C0-solo-miolj And to
top off a strenuous eve-
ning, the hoods trip the
AND W'HAT CALS T001
THE ECHOES SNAPS
THEM IN ACTION!
NEW TRIER HAS LONG
BEEN FAMOUS FOR
QUEENS. IF YOU
DON,T BELIEVE US,
JUST CAST YOUR
EYES ON THIS PAGE!
1. Come on-Jump!
2. Zulu influence V
3. Miflnight Raid!
4. Hot Stull'-the sand
5. She's got it!
6. Pretty corny
7. Trouble w i t h those
9. Sweet Ad-o-o-o-
10. Gleesome Threesome
12. Gruesome Twosome
15. Soup's On!
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. Female wantecl
. Une he-milk please
. Don't you believe a
word of it
. VVe Weisllaar was in the
. You forgot tlle lreer
. Day Dreamer
. Smily sophs
. Wfalsh the matter
. We want some elevator
. Mall frans-
. Get off the lawn
. Feed lrag
. Two scholars and
41,04 . .
AT THE STUDES
OF OLD N.T.
IN THE CLAS SROOMS
AND ON A SPREE
. 'Sno way to act
. Getting up in the world
. Some chassis
. Neilson at work Cscllool-
. Figuratively speaking
. Find the missing link
. Oh Dave, you flatterer
.Wfhatcha looking at,
. W7ho threw that?
. Brenda and Cobina
. Hurlhutt and Co.
. I've got my eyes on you
. Ask the lnan who owns
.Please place refuse in
ON THE NEW TRIER
CAMPUS AS REVEALED
TAKEN HERE AND
THERE IN AND
AROUND THE OLD
The real McCoy
Wll6P6,Il that hand
The lion roars
Blond or brunette?
Easy does it
Oh say can you sling?
A heehive of industry
T.N.T. girls with T.N.T.
What a physique-ist
Who's afraid of the
big had wolf?
De boys at Des Moines
He looks on the hall
Who lmlew out the flame?
Haven of screwlralls
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Under a new plan of organization, the Student Council
this year has made great strides towards that much-vaunted
democracy which has been its goal. The introduction of
daily meetings into the regular schedule has done much to
alleviate the problem of finding time for discussion and has
STUDY HALL SUPERVISERS-BOYS
also given the committees more opportunity for work. In-
stead of a large unwieldy organization made up of repre-
sentatives from the adviser rooms, as has been the system
in previous years, eight members of each class chosen by
their classmates, the committee chairmen and the officers
comprise the Council, but much of the committee work could
not have been accomplished had it not been for the assist-
ance lent by members of the student body.
After fostering Council through its infancy for several
years, Mr. Van Deursen had to relinquish his duties as spon-
sor because of other faculty obligations. Since the work was
comparatively new to the new sponsors, Miss Hadden and
Mr. Troelstrup, much of the work fell on the shoulders of
the officers which they did well. However, Mr. Van Deursen
gave some of his time as special adviser.
First Row-McQuide, Menary, Weil, Sittig, Ellis, Matthews, Dodds. STUDY HALL SUPERVISERS'GIRLS
Second Row-Rodgers, Peterson, Moon, Sullivan, Jones, Holland, First Row-Hill, Pierson, Rosenheim, Duncombe, Hathaway, But
Wilson R Dodds. ler, Meinig.
Third Row-Dewey, Reebie, Ball, Hoeier, McNitt, Walker, Bap- Second Row-Marx, Adams, Nelson, Cleary, Belding, Barnett
tsta Lippincott. Ragsdale, Chiquoine.
First Row-Nelson, Terzakes, Etterwind, Cody, Thompson, Beeler, Farwell, Starrett, Kaempfer
Second Row-Weese, Casterline. Ball, Drucker. Cloud, Anderson. Fager, Barnett, Rosenhelm
Third Row-McNitt, Kriebel, Walker, Schmick. Hughes, Markus, Davis. Meyers, Mlzener Daily
First Row-Brown, Kraft, Kritzer, Meyers, Ranstead, Farr, Bowen, Davis, Duncombe. Neilson.
Second Row-Hill, Idler, C. Hill, Miller, Wetterer, Green. Warden. Kletzien. Smith, Gaffney, Booth.
Third Row-Matthews, Davis, Stransky, Frei, Watts, Monahan, Pittman, Michael, Dodds, Davis.
The first big job of the Council and Finance Committee
was to sell activities tickets. A new peak was reached this
year as the number sold exceeded 2300. The next large un-
dertaking was the College Exhibit which was held earlier than
usual this year on December 2 and 3. Approximately 80
colleges and universities were represented at this show, the
details of which were handled by the Publications Com-
mittee. Late in April, the Hobby Show was staged under the
management of the Social Committee with 130 exhibitors
displaying their hobbies. Also noteworthy achievements this
year were the student supervised study halls under the Study
Hall Committee, notably those of the second semester, "The
Suburban Communicatorf, a publication put out by the Inter-
school Relations Committee to bring the suburban schools
closer together, student forums, and the cooperation with
Skokie School and municipal authorities to curb pilfering.
Thus has been Council's contribution of New Trier's
flame of democracy. It is hoped that the fires are kept
LA UGHEAD NEEF
Again the Girls' Club has come through with a successful
year to their record.
Under the able leadership of Joan Goodnow, Marion
Woolhiser, Peggy Pierson, and Jeanne Cleary and with the
full cooperation of every girl in the school the club has done
many worthwhile things. At the beginning of the year the
Girls, Club room was redecorated and a new rug was bought.
Along with the newly redecorated room the ofIicers, the
members of the board and the representatives planned a
social program that was very successful. First came the Tea
which the club gave for the freshmen and the seniors. Then
came the Tea for the new girls, the Senior Suppers, which
are new this year and very successful, and the very popular
card party which came at the end of the year.
As usual the Girls' Club was in charge of selling hot dogs
at the football games. From this a lot of money was made for
the Scholarship Fund. Also, as the five hundred dollar bonus
was made on the magazines, another welcome sum was pro-
cured. In adding up all the money made by the girls this
year, they found they had 31,600 The money will be used
for scholarships for deserving members of the Girls, Club
who would not otherwise be able to go on to college.
First Row-Moon, Maddock, Starr
Gubhins, Claar, Bishop, Wiltberger
Second Row-Kemp, Megowen, Clark,
Stoerk, Hill, Van Horne, Husak, Har-
Third Row-Bowen, Carroll, Warren
McClelland, Johnson, Bingham
Schexbel, Wilson, Cooper.
First Row-Kemp, Edwards, Guth.
ridge, Starr, Jones, Hall, Butler
Second Row-Megowen, Raymond,
Royal, Roberts, David, Husak, Hill,
Clark, Stoerk, Becker, Woolf.
Third Row-Barnett, Strasser, Mac-
Farlane, Troy, Loucks, Merkle
Grossberg, MacArthur, Brewer,
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willingly to the charity drive which was conducted hy the cluh. 4' f, il! X
Foodstuffs and warm clothing, as well as hooks and games Il
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Cluh Banquet this year. After a good dinner the mothers and ,kw 75- Ye 1- 5--as ,,,', , Pi
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Much credit for the successful year goes to Miss Wriglit, XT fg j X
to the four officers, and the hoard memhersg Val Adams, i -YUM X X H ' F , 1 , l
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GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEES Clst semester,
First Row-Brereton, Katz, Tuteur, Merrill, Shiverick, Maddock, Bray.
Crosby, Gere, Engelhard, Larson, Andreae, Braaten, Bonner.
Second Row-Baggaley, Wuichet, Nelson, Raymond. Edwards, Liepold
Smith, Mathieson. Mehlhope, Biser, Edwards, Becker, Wieland, Marsh
Marx, J, Mitchell, Wyman, Belding.
Third Row-Starrett. Olson, Cook, Chiquoine, Warden, Harmon, Hall
steen, Knight. Hill, Borregaard, Loucks, Hahn, Johnson, Mercham.
GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEES 12nd semesterj
First Row-Robinson, Broemel, Hartwell, Jetfreys. Castle, Fox, Renfro,
Jones, Wagner, Larson, Nielsen, Elliott, Monroe, Penfield, Strasser.
Second Row-Wiltberger, Beach, Stube, David, Petersen, Worsfold,
Christian, Wuichet, Megowen, Wetterer, J. Thompson, Mehlhope, Wright,
Henderson, Warren, Rose, Scott, Lascelles, Jansson, Gaffney.
Third RowwJ0hnston, Hyde, Borregaard, Fitzgerald, Meyers, Johnson,
Kuby, Christensen, Craig, Bell, Merkle, Phillipshorn, Meyer, Doven-
muehle, Wilds, Withrow, Bowen, Kearney, Dunn, Griltin.
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Organized fourteen years ago to promote better Citizen-
ship, Sportsmanship, and Fellowship throughout the school
and community, the Tri-Ship Boys' Club is today one of
the most important organizations at New Trier. Jack Wiese
was its president this year when a new system was introduced.
To develop discussion in the class representative groups, and
to make closer contact between the ollicers and the students,
four class chairmen were elected. They were respectively
Bob Bennett, the vice-president and business manager, for
the seniors, Bob Dodds, the publicity manager, for the jun-
iors, Arnold Berlin for the sophomores, and both Allen
Thompson and Don Royce, one semester each, for the fresh-
men. This system worked very well.
Under Jim Mahle, the Student Aid Committee was very
active this year providing financial aid for many needy stu-
dents. They collected food, money, and clothing for poor
families in the community and in Chicago at Thanksgiving
and Christmas time. The Club will also help several deserv-
ing boys to go to college by their scholarships.
New at New Trier was the all student produced and di-
rected show, Lagniappe, which was sponsored by the Tri-
Ship Club. Under the direction of Gordon Laughead, it was
an outstanding success and helped to make a large scholar-
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PM 51453211 Slglixlgin Thlgzcgm The club also sponsored the second annual Homecoming,
Wilder P I which was well attended, and paved the way for such events
in the future.
Increased in size this year, the Usher Corps, headed by
Eugene Holland, was honored by being asked to usher at the
Progressive Education Association Convention which was held
at the Palmer House.
First Row-Murray, E. Keller, H. French. J. Lang, M. Hill, G. Powell, C. Stillman, E. Holland,
K. Landis, T. Wilson, A. Matthews, E. Ellis, W. Peterson, P. Cloud, P. Aishton.
Second Row-G. Laughead, J. Menary, G. Rothermel, L. Mitchell, B. Wetzel, Wilson, C. Reebie,
S. Rothermel, W. Clark, C. Barber, B. Frei. D. Buenger, J. Ball, G. Hinners. R. Williams, J. Allen.
Third Row-Fargo, J. Walker, 0. Olson, R. Starrett, B. Christerson. P. Petersen, D. Watts, B.
Steen, W. Peterson, Sibley, R. Jones. D. Kriebel, McNitt, L. Campbell.
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First Row-Platt, Strauss, Badger, Woodbridge, Randall, Drucker. Hill, Chase, Brandt, Ellis.
Second Row-Clark, Wilson, Steitz, Esler, W. Clark, Barber, D. Judson, Frei, Hubachek.
Third Row-Fuller, M. Simpson, S. Rothermel, Maxwell, Steen, Landis. R. Jones. Gordon,
First Row-Garcia, Willing, Zander, Darley, Felsenthal, Kramer, Binder, Smith, Davis, Clark, Wiese, Mills, Merkle,
Second Row-McGraw, Melia, Slayfon, Pederson, Tark, Ball, Norman, Chronic, Canning, Mitchell, Eberle, Booth.
Third Row-McKeown, Smith, Zick, Campbell, McAfee, Woolson, Reebie, Kelly, Mack, Rothermel, Clark, Platt,
The Tri-Ship Dinner Committee under Chuck Stillman
put over two very successful evenings. Glenn Cunningham
was the guest speaker at the Athletic Dinner. The Father and
Son Banquet with novel entertainment drew the largest at-
tendance of any such previous affair of its kind.
Jim Lang with his committee furnished the school with
a well rounded and entertaining dance schedule. There were
five evening Tri-Ships and six equally successful matinee
dances. H .
The Interscholastie Relations Committee, under Ralph
Starrett, continued to serve refreshments to visiting teams
in the clulrroom after many of the games. Unfortunately
they had to postpone the Sports Carnival until next year he- FRISBIE
cause of conflicting dates on the school calendar.
Dick Buenger was secretary-treasurer and Dave Wilfler
was in charge of the eluhroom. Both of them filled their
Kelly, Cordts. Cleveland
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First Row-Hamley, Brown, Whittington. Klaner, Johnson. Rusney, Skog, Ball, Randall, Osborne, Peterson, Strauss
Second Row-Brittain, Meredith, Perrill, Dicttrich, Builey, Hadley, Jamieson, Lau, Laser. Schnur, Smith, Dorman
Third Row-Howell, Fuller, Connor, Borchardt, Kelly, Hughes, Asplundh. Long, Reed, Wilson, Sinclair, Quaintance
First Row-G. Rothermel, L. Zick. A. Matthews. W. Brown. First Row-Farrar, Randall, Long. Pickett McKah
R. Roemer, F. Badger, E, Keller, J. Cox, W. Peterson. Second Row-T, Koppel.. S' Kopper. Leech Hoetg
Second Row-D. Maxwell, J. Wilson. C. Reebie. P. Kelly, Murphy, Wilson.
W. Clark, S. Rothermel, R. Frei, R. Bendel.
Third Row-J. Steel, J. Esler, Ringholm, D. Watts, C. Mc-
Coy, M. Hoefer, R. Jones, Holst.
First Row-Von Ebers, Sethness, Gottmann.
Second Row-Murray, Ellis, Williams.
Other organized groups under the supervision of thc
club included Cheerleaders, headed by Raleigh Williallls,
the Door Guards, the Traffic Squad, and the Information
Desk Boys. They all were of great service to the school.
The high point of the school year was the election of the
boy to receive the Tri-Ship Award. This is given to that boy,
who in the eyes of other boys, best exemplifies the ideals of
the club. The winner of the award this year was Bill Dodds.
It was thought that the other ten boys on the first ballot also
deserved recognition, thus each was given an engraved cer-
tificate for his permanent remembrance.
Mr. Frisbie., the sponsor, and Mr. Gannaway, assistant
sponsor, deserve much credit for the smooth way the club
functioned. W'ithout their help, carrying on from year to
year would be very diflicult.
O Were it not for the Sports Club, the conduct of Intra-
Mural Sports would not be on the high plane it now is.
The club's members are at work almost every afternoon
endeavoring to fulfill the aims of the Sports Club, which
are to sponsor, promote, and conduct as many Intra-Mural
Sports as possibleg to educate in methods of playing, officiat-
ing, and managing the various sportsg to develop sportsman-
ship in all interscholastic and intra-mural sports among
spectators, officials and players. Mr. Showley is the club's
O For years it had been apparent that while New Trier's
athletics were constantly being bettercd, the required stu-
dent organization was woefully backward. Yvhile a part of
New Trier's athletic program was supported by the school
as a whole, there were some parts of it which through lack
of organization, facilities and other causes held their games
and meets in what amounted to a complete privacy.
The Manager Corps was organized with the improve-
ment of these neglected activities as a principal purpose.
First Row-G. Rothermel, B. Henoch, E. Keller, T. Wilson, J. Wilson,
P Kelly, B Strauss J Vanl-Iorne. S Abrams
Second Row-B. Kahn, F. Gordon. J. Smart, B. Maeser, J. Boyle, SPORTS CLUB
R McKeighan, D. Baird. B. Buehler. L. Smith. First Row Murphy Seddon Sachse Misch Brand
Third Row-B. Fisher, C. McNaughton, J. Fisher, G. Randall, M. Hill. Second Row Deily, Matthews Stordeur Trienens, Mr Showlev Sponsor
D Glenn. A. Edmiston, G. Wescott, B. Canning, T. Fischer. Will Davidson Bryson McClane
G. A. A. OFFICERS
Glenn V. Huck Henderson
Chancellor Crawford Kaempfer
Brown C. Huck Hammond
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0 The aim of the Girls' Athletic Association is to promote
more interest and enjoyment in sports. It was ably headed
this year by Beverly Glenn. Vice-president Virginia Huck
had charge of all awards. Edde Henderson took all minutes
and Imogene Chancellor managed the finances. Pat Craw-
ford held the position of Intra-Mural Sports chairman and
Miss Healy continued as sponsor.
The G. A. A. Board consists of the oflicers, committee
chairmen, and heads of sports. The board meetings were
held tenth period on Friday with the adviser room repre-
sentatives coming in twice a month.
A drive toward bigger and better publicity was one of the
projects of this year's board. Publicity chairman Jean
Hammond led this drive. Once a month the G. A. A. an-
nounced the most active girl and she was publicized as the
"Girl of the Month" in the News.
The board started redecoration of the G. A. A. oflice and
First Row-W. Thompson, M. A. Lafferty, Putnam, C.Gubbins, M. J. Latferty, Bach, D. Burns, C. Boone, F. Jones,
B. Green, B. Bard, E. Kirschbraum, E. Jorgensen, F. Billings.
Second Row-Duncombe, F. Weber, Marshall, Thogersen, Boyie, Morse, C. Davies, Eves, S. Robertson, S. Pierce,
D. Percy, M. A. MacLean, M. Wiegman, G. Dundas, M. H. Marmaduke, P. Wright, M. G. Kinney.
Third Row-Fleming, Yates, Stoetzel, Pettee, Kletzien, Wuichet, James, Stube, Fredericks, Petersen, Knight, M.
Rankin, N. Weber, M. Johnston, Burlingham, Warren, Dunn.
300 POINT AWARD
First Row-Kracha, Kuby, Cummings, Hazelet, Rosenheim,
600 POINT AWARD
Second Row-Beach, Robertson, Borregaard, Tideman,
Scheibel, Lamb, Mitchell, Chalmers, First Row-Stephens, Kaempfer, Henderson, Steele. . 800 PUINT AWARD
Third Row--Ross, Hoesli, Bowen, Williams, Carlson, Karnes, Second Row--Bourland, Langford, Stein, First Row-Glenn, Mehlhope, Goodnovs
Hellstrom, Johnston, Putnam, Wuichet. Third Row: Leach, Mitchell, Williams, Edwards. Second Row-Larson, I-luck, James, Sn
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C. A. A. SPORTS HEADS
First Row-P. Brereton, J. Putnam,
V. Adams, M. Woolhiser, V. Gere,
Second Row-M. Stein, G. Langford
B. Pettee, B. Ross, J. Stube, F.
Bourland, B. Larson, F. Wagner.
G. A. A. CLASS MANAGERS
First Row-H. I-Iarshaw, S. I-Iazelct,
M. Parkinson, S. Miller, V. Steele
M. Keefe, W. Thompson, M. Kend-
rick, J. Mitchell.
Second Row-P. Kaempfer, F. Kra-
cha, M. Ward, B. Ramser, N. Schip-
fer, C. Marx, 0. Carlson, H. Chi-
quoine, M. James, N. Larson, F.
G. A. A. FIRST SEMESTER
First Row-Carroll, Link, Leach,
Thompson, Starr, Bach, J. Graff,
Macqueene, Stevens, Johnston.
Second Row-Bard, Persson, Cor-
mack, M. Graff, Peck, M. Ren-
nacker, Van Arsdale, Dovenmuehle
Third Row-N. Meyer, K. Phillips- '
born, R. Halley, N. Eves, S. Tide-
man, M. Lamb, M. Rankin, M.
a movement was started to repeal the state law prohibiting
competition in girls, sports between different schools.
Helen Kaempfer headed the officials who refereed at all
Frannie Brown and Charlotte Huck, as Social and Ar-
rangements Chairmen, jointly planned all G. A. A. social
affairs. The first affair of the year was a tea at which the
freshmen became acquainted with the organization.
The Winter Supper, an innovation this year, was held to
give awards. Supper was followed by skits planned hy the
representatives. The evening was closed by the faculty's
uproarious imitations of New Trier's gym classes.
The year wound up with the Annual Spring Banquet
and the long awaited announcement of the 1941 officers
of the G. A. A.
THE NEW TRIER BAND
One of the largest departments in the school from point
of service rendered is that of music. Throughout the year
over 1000 students take part in the different organizations,
including the Band, Orchestra, and vocal groups. The Band,
under the direction of Mr. J. C. Schumacher, and the Orches-
tra, with Mrs. Cotton as its director exhibited the prowess of
our instrumentalists to the community, while the Choruses,
Glee Clubs, Opera Groups, and Ensembles comprised the
First to show its quality is the Band, under the direction
of Mr. Schumacher. This little-publicized group of students
plays at football games, basketball games, school assemblies,
and gives an Annual Concert in the Spring. This concert is
the crowning performance of the Band and a great deal of
work goes into making it superb as it was this year.
On December 17, the combined Choral Groups and Or-
chestra presented the Twenty-second Annual Christmas Con-
cert in two performances in the afternoon and evening. The
brilliancy of the music was enhanced by the background of
appropriate scenery made by the Stage Crew which was sup-
plemented by the ever-faithful Light Crew.
Immediately after this Concert, the Opera Groups began
work on the Opera, which was the Gilbert and Sullivan favor-
ite, '6Pirates of Penzance." This was presented on March 15
and 16 with a brilliant array of singers in the leading roles.
The cast was as follows: Bob Wiese, the Pirate Chief, Bill
Harbeck, Frederick, the pirate apprentice, Barbara Barton
and Shirley Schlung, Mabel, Russell Locke, the Major-Gem
eral, Pete Kreer and "Bugs,' Baer, the Sergeant of Police,
Jean Moreau, Ruth, a pirate maid, Jean Swarts, Kate, Bar-
Orck ea fm
J. Van Horne
C. Van Home
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leads were 60 members of the Opera Groups and the 50 piece
Orchestra, to make the "Pirates,' a milestone in New Trier
musical history. Ken Cushman and Bill Christerson were
co-managers, and Bob Bennett was in charge of the ticket
The Annual Spring Concert was the last big performance
of the vocal groups in the Music Department. It was given
on Hay ll in the Leslie F. Gates Gymnasium. An audience
of about 3,000 people thoroughly enjoyed this gala and
picturesque production. This concert climaxed a successful
year for the Choir, Glee Clubs, Ensembles, Opera Groups,
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First Row-J. Swarts, M. A.
Christian, D. l-laake. F. Wag-
ner. B. Bray, I. Chancellor
S. Schlung, D. Neef, M. Myr-
land, P. M. Bliss, Danley.
Hartwig, B. Barton, C. Hill.
Second Row-G. Aldrich, D.
Chronic, G. Hinners, M.
Beach, B. Edwards, E. Merri-
man, P. Burlingham, B.
Glenn, F. Beeler, M. James,
B. Vernon, S. Fix, C. Loucks,
T. Lewis, C. Wells, H. Fager.
Trhird Row-R. Locke, H.
Smith, D. Ickes, S. Smith,
J. Lundin, R. Wiese, D. Ellis,
B. Christerson, D. Watts. G.
Sibley. P. Kreer, S. Rother-
mel. B. Dalgety. B. Moss, B.
Harbeck, L. Mitchell.
GIRLS, OPERA GROUP
First Row - Daily, Neiglick,
Herbert. Mitchell, Danley,
Glenn, Bray, Bliss, Schlung,
Second Row-Hartwig, Jen-
sen, Myrland, Cormack, Horn,
Torrey, Wagner, Barton, Ed-
Third Row-M. A. Christian,
P. Dungan, L. Rogers, I.
Chancellor, C. Loucks, J.
Moreau, M. A. James, B.
Vernon, D. Haake, J. Swarts,
BOYS' OPERA GROUP
First Row-M. Berndt, S.
Smith, G. Hinners, R. Merkle,
C. Wells, M. Cahn, S. Ald-
rich, D. Ickes, B. Penick, J.
Sleininger, C. Van Horne, H.
Fager, A. Matthews, J. Wil-
son, W. Pancoe, R. Sherman,
Second Row-P. Aishton, D.
Hall, C. McNaughton, B.
Carey, G. Leal, B. Dalgety,
H. Smith, B. Harbeck, R.
Locke, D. Idler, M. Oman,
R. Cleveland, J. Flanagan,
hurst, K. Cushman.
Third Row-G. Sibley, D.
Christerson, F. Huggman, D.
Watts, B. Johnson, D. Ellis,
B. Wiese, H. McAllister, D.
Kriebel, S. Rothermel, P.
Kreer, L. Mitchell, B. Con-
nor, J. Van Horne, J. Lundin.
T. Lewis, D. Baird, P. Hawx-
Hamley, B, Peterson, B.
GIRLS' ENSEMBLE BOYS, ENSEMBLE
First Row-Merriman, Chancellor, F. Beeler, M. First Row: Wells, H. Smith, I-Iarheck, S. Smith, Hinners, Aldrich, Locke, Fager
Beeler, Bliss, Royal, Vernon, Edwards. Barton. second Row-Brown,
This year, the Senior Music Club, which is the highest
goal of those pupils interested in playing and hearing the
music of others, reached its peak in membership. Meetings
were, for the most part, held at school as the former custom
of meeting at the members' homes did not allow enough
room, although the Christmas meeting was at Joan Kilner's.
At the tryouts in the Fall, only seniors, juniors, and soph-
omores were admitted and ensemble, as well as solo play-
ing, was encouraged.
Officers of the club were Peggy Pierson, president, Bar-
bara Edwards, vice president and program chairman, Mason
Gaffney, secretary, Don Finney, treasurerg and Marjorie
Beach, and Val Adams, social co-chairmen. Mrs. Cotton is
Christerson, Sibley, Mitchell.
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GIRLS' FIRST GLEE CLUB
First Row-Sutherland, L. Peterson
Lanson. Jeffreys, V. Thompson, L
Snyder, M. Stephenson, Meyer, Sehifflin.
Bakkema, N. Dillon, Rose, Smith, Koch.
E. Waltari, Anhalt, Jansson. Rosen-
Second Row-Rennacker, Jacobsen. J
Lundberg, Farwell, P. Kaempfer
Moulding. Engelhard, D. Petersen
Broemel, Miller. Anderson, Bovbjerg
S. Miller. Lawrence. Hobbs. Palmer
J. Tremblett, Guthridge. VVelborn. Ram-
ser, Binner, Thogersen, F. Brown, J
Third Row-Herbon. V. Huck. Goodnow
H. Schipfer, M. J. Laflerty, N. Wal-
pole. M. A. Lalferty, Kresge. Putnam.
Raymond, Menden, Steinhoff. Morse
Boyle, Merrill. G. Treinblett, Bourland
Bizer, P. Davidson, P. Donohue, B
Chancellor. B. Stinson, J. Michelsen.
B. Baggaley. M. Woolhiser. J. Hama
mond, J. Edwards. B. Ross. P. Var
Horne, P. Kirchner. S. Peck. G. Lang-
Fourth Row - VVolf, G. Carroll. F
Schramm. Kletzein, Hill. Cleary. Smith.
Tuttle. B. Williams, 0. Carlson. J
Hogarth, Cassell. Liepold. Beck. VVar-
den, Craig. Kubicek. F. Schempp. Gerd-
ing, M. Lucas, Carpenter. Graham.
Mar-Dowell, Magner, Prince, Sloetzel,
Dawson, Ludden. Cook. Weber. Pena
BOYS' FIRST CI.EI+1 Cl.lfli
First Row-Johnson, Drey. Jones. Zan-
der, Darley. Claar. Foldi. Inius. Hilde-
brand, Rodgers. Swartz. Caslerline,
Second Row-Buck, Townsend, Pettee
Beyer, Redding, Jorjorian, Bovle. Sit!
tig, Murphy, Smith, Glenn, Cobb, Elliff
Third Row-Barthold, Carruth. Goekel
Cleary, Bower, Bonner. Maior. Hughes
Welch. Collier, Kahn. Ambler. Kopper
Reckord. Jerrard, Lippincott, Meyers
GIRLS' SECOND CLEE Cl.l'B
First Row-Darling, Hurlhutt, 0'Con
nor, Vesey, Falasco, Sutherland. Alonzi
Henderson, Lammers, Bishop, Straueh
Stein, llirseh, Robertson, Monroe, Kahn
Marmaduke. Black, Simmons.
Second Row-Bergesen. Maughan, Lar
weth, Bierratzki. Warren, Mitchell, 01
son, Small, Rydstrom. Meacham. Kuhn
Dundas, Oilar. Lipman. Kleckner, Hart
well. Schlung. Hazelet, Campbell. Chal
mers, Becker. Cody, Whiteside. Conger
Third Row-Wuichet. Nordbnrg, White
DeVinny. Berg, McCandlish, Kunze
Butler, Frei, Shervington, Phillips. El
liott, Lightner, Watson. MacLean
Crosby, VanHorne. Layne, Dighe
Vviese, Lindstrom. Belding. VanArsdale
Ogle. Wilder, Epsteen, Stekoll, Hart
Fourth Row-Carroll. Bard. Kremm
Jackson. Lindberg. Starrett. Davies
Green, Crowell. Burns, Bennes. Ford
VanCleave, Tideman, Eves. Meyers
Chiquoine, Green, Kixmiller. E. Van
Horne, Kraft, Cooke, Seifert, Bond
Pifer. Lodwick, Borregaard, Bowen
BOYS' SECOND CLEE CLUB
First Row-Shefner. May. Smith, Tor
rey. Moyer. Liepold. T. Brewer. Mat
thiessen, Best. Davis, Borgenson, J
Kanberg, Mabry, Rigles, Leach. Travis
Second Row-Sherman. Davies. Evans
Dowd, Diamond. Wayt, Ellioll, Ander
son. Drucker, G. Matson. Skog. B
Phillips, D. Landon, W. Bernardi, J
Zick, 0. Daily, R. Fitzgerald, David
son. Kramer, Osborne, M. Paniehelly
Third Row-Hostnick. Bjork. Carroll
Blackburn. S. Kopper, J. MeNitt. R
Rapp, C. Bayard, K. McAffee. Steitz
J. Foy, Schmick, J. Benson. J. Mc
Shane, B. Allen. R. Wiese. Royce, S
Bergquist, F. Epson, B. FlaHavhan
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
First Row-Haake. Barton. Swarts. Pu
nam, Wolf, Neilson, Pierson. Adam
Edwards, Myrland, Schlung. Maddoc
Rnble, McDonald, Olsen, Rose, Burn
Second Row - Miller, Liepold, Bec
Hinnian, Rogers. Vernon. Merrima
Bliss, I, Chancellor, M. Beeler,
Royal, Beeler, Beach. Meyer. Claa
Wilds, Moreau, Lee, Neukranz, Schau
Third Row-Aldrich, H. Smith, Hinner
Matson, Drebes, D. Brown. L. Mitchel
B. Christerson, G. Sibley. R. Wies
Alfvin, Harbeck, R. Fischer. F. Badge
R. Locke, M. Gaffney. S. Smith. Fi
ney. D. Booth. C. Wells. Fager.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
First Row-Farwell, Stewart, McConnell, Lar-
weth, Tudor, Horween, Kahn, Halldorson,
Second Row-Michelsen, Moulding, Cole, Ben-
ner, Fanckboner, Kixmiller, Cassell, Spanger,
Tuttle, Lamb, Menden.
Third Row-Cahn. Drucker, Bryson, Berlin.
Peterson, Geppert, Smith.
First Row--Trudeau, Henderson, Vanl-Iorne,
Conger, Meyer, Duncombe, Forstall, McCue,
Rose, Schiftlin, Redfield, Powell, Willett.
Second Row-Figueira, Kaempfer, Christian,
Jacobsen, Wiese, Smith, MacLean, Kuhn, Mc-
Elroy, Murray, Miller, Jackson, Meacham,
Third Row-Mrs. Kidd-Sponsor, Lindeman,
Schwall, Inom, Foldi, Shapiro, Smith, Green,
Gross, Strassen, Baker, Yust, Dawson, Johann-
son, James, Mitchell.
First Row-Herlocker, Hadley, Mills, McMil-
lan, McCauley, Caley, Palmer, Morand, Koh-
ler, Kahherg, Jacobson, Bliss, Noel, O'Dally,
Frische, Whitted, DeClerque, Stenson.
Second Row-Dundas, Oilar, Chase, Aubineau,
Dewey, Boyle, Starr, Lawrence, Clark, Flynn,
Mrs. Kidd-Sponsor, Pancoe, Howett, Bishop,
Bovbjerg, Miller, Kinney, Wooden, Nordburg.
Third Row-Brewer, Foreman, Murray, Ford,
Kleckner, Watson, Andrews, Moulton, Sieg-
fried, King, Willett, King, Johnson, Bradbury,
Chiquoine, Kuby, Digre, Barnett, Etterwind,
Link, Carroll, Carpenter, White, Adams, Eb-
bert, Coolidge, Lourie.
Fourth Row-Cohn Ta lor Oman Mittle
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man, Davies, McShane, Boettiger, l-lurlbutt,
Bryan, Compere, Cleary, Lundin, Kloepfer,
Wiley, I-Ioetger, Maston, Markham, Fargo,
Karsten, Bruce, Doty, Buehler, Lindsay, Ellis,
Q The members of the Junior Music Club are mostly fresh-
men and sophomores who enjoy playing an instrument or
singing. Each year prospective members perform before .za
try-out committee before they are elected to the club. All
members are active and perform at least once a year.
Mrs. Bradburn is the club's sponsor.
I A club for those who enjoy listening to the best in record-
ings. This club has undertaken to bring to the student body
the large collection of records given to New Trier by the
Carnegie Corporation. V
0 A club for those who want to study swing music and to
take part in a jam session. This is a new club, founded,
according to the constitution, "to promote interest in swing
music, to provide a place in the school for the study of
Hrs. Kidd sponsors both clubs.
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First Row-Glenn, Oakhill, Baker, Bray, Cleary, Crowder. Reebie,
Craig, David, Steif.
First Row-Shaw, Thompson, Howett, Sutherland, Bowen, Knight,
Second Row-Petersen, Sweeney, Panichelly, De Berard, Smart,
Buehler, Oakhill, Graff, Michelsen,
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Q Scriblerus is the highest literary organization at New
Trier. Membership is determined by quality of original
compositions. At the meetings the members read poems.
stories and essays which they have written. This is followed
by friendly and helpful criticism by the members. The club
is sponsored by Miss Hanlilton and Mr. Pifer.
Q The Quill Club is one club that the freshmen can call
their own. It is for those underclassmen interested in writ-
ing. The club is sponsored by Mrs. Cook. Contributions
from the members are often read and literary games played.
O The purpose of the Journalism Club is to further the
interest of those who enjoy newspaper and other journal-
istic work. Each program is designed to help and inspire
the members. One of the highlights of the year was a trip
to the Chicago Tribune which was sponsored by this club.
Mrs. Todd is the club's sponsor.
Q Last year the Book Club was organized under the guid-
ance of Mr. Peterson with the purpose of acquainting stu-
dents with the better books of the day. Since many students
do not have much time to spend in reading, the club helps
them choose the most interesting books.
First Row-Farwell, Harshaw, Small, Hayson, MacArthur, Eldridge,
Pickus, Peterson, Bovbjerg, Lamb.
Second Row-Reichmann, Von Glahn, Kritzer, Rogers, Borregaard,
Grossberg, Cassell, Jackson, Yust, Snyder, Dawson.
First Row-Burkheimer, Stephens, Butler, Elliott, Forstall, Bliss,
Lonesgan, Staufert, Haskin, Reimann, Clavey.
Second Row-Jones, Johannson, Lukens, Arnason, Hallsteen, Loueks,
Bull, Petersen, Stange, Belding. Meyers, de Guerre, Trudeau.
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First Row-Boyle. B. Fisher, Kracha. F. Fisher, W. Lehman. F. Dowd, W. Dougherty, J Mosser
H. Wood, A. Turck, P. Hamer, F. Jones, I. Terzakes.
Second Row-Klein, Strauch, Chase, Kamerman, H. French, J. Kanberg, S. Morand S Lewis,
F. Stein, M. Guthrie, H. Becker, R. Dormitzer, Marwick, Lightner.
Third Row-C. E. MacLean-Snonsor. Appelbaum, Stein. Manson. Shefner, Beebe. Michael Pet
erson, Borregaard, Dudley, C. McGuire, Locke, W. Jacobson.
First Row-J. Mosser, H. French, W. Dougherty, S. Stein, Mr. C. E. MacLean. J. Ball, G. Ran-
dall, D. Stern, D. Michael.
Second Row-Drebes, Manson. S. Chase, F. Dowd, Borregaard, K. Beebe, M. Appelbaum, W.
0 The Gavel Club was the starting point for all of the debat-
ing organizations which have ever existed at New Trier. It
is similar to any other club in the manner in which it carries
on its business, but its chief function is that it is a training
ground for future debaters. At its meetings debates are
held and the club is addressed by prominent people in
many walks of life.
0 Outstanding but underpuhlicized is New Trier's excellent
Debate Team. This organization, under the sponsorship of
Mr. MacLean, defends the school's enviable record of seven-
teen years of debating. Throughout the school year meets
were held with neighboring schools on the subject, this year,
of government ownership of railroads. The students of
each school represent both sides of the question and some-
times the more adept ones switch topics in the course of a
series of debates. There is much friendly feeling created
through these meets and frequently they are accompanied
by a banquet and some form of entertainment.
RADIO CLUB NAUTICAL CLUB
First Row-Fanckboner, Pagliarulo, Booth, J. R. Smith-Sponsor, Full, First Row-Vedder, Shaw, Jones, Barber, Randall, Hill, Wiggleswornh, Smith
Fragassi, Chittenden, Morehouse. Second Row-l-I. Farrar, R. Davis, D. Major, Van Cleave, l-loetger, Miller
Second Row-Bercaw, Keating, Bannard, 0. Carlson, Cummings, Danby, R. Jolmson, E. Ball, C. Ball, Bliss.
P. Wagner, D. Deno, Feinberg.
Third Row-Lebeson, McAfee, Steel, Marwick, Kraft, King, Behnke, W.
Q The Nautical Club is an organization for those who are
interested in sailing and maritime subjects. To further their
program, members of the club did considerable sailing dur-
ing the Fall and Spring. For instruction in boat mainte-
nance during the winter months, a fourteen-foot whaleboat
Meetings on days not suitable for sailing were devoted
to work on the whaleboat, outside speakers, and motion
Q The Radio Club had the best year in its sixteen years of
existence. Construction activity in the 'Sshackw of Station
W9EDC resulted in the addition of two new transmitters to
the club's already excellent equipment. Club operators can
now communicate with other radio stations on all of the
amateur 6'bands" from 5 to 160 meters. The technical staff
was increased by approximately ten new operators who re-
ceived their Federal licenses during the year. The programs
of the regular bi-weekly meetings, presented mainly by
members of the Club, were unusually interesting and well
attended. Mr. Smith is the clulfs sponsor.
LENS CLUB SCIENCE CLUB
First Row-Hallsteen, Hofeld, Rubel. B. Brown, Watts. Mathews. Wilt- First Row-Danby, Roemer, Bate. Baumiller, Zibble, S. Smith, Schaufl
berger, Kuby, Mlchealsen. ler, Michael, Ekman, Marwick, Lightner, Jones, Beggs.
Second Row-C. Van Horn, Murray, Herlocker, Bruns, Starr, Grossberg, Second Row-Gary, Lane, Loeb, Jones, Meredith, Pifer, Carlson, Cum
Krocha, Smith, Walsh, Burnett, Lechner, Hill, Davis. mings, Knight, Hirsh, Lebeson, Mosser, Shapiro.
Third Row-Haigh, Allen, Long, Hougwh, Bonner, Stransky, Scott, Fargo, Third Row-Mr. Christensen-Sponsor, Calkins, Rathy, Ehrhardt, Doo-
McAllister, Marshall, Stein, Vogt, Aishton. little, Gordon. Murphy, Scott. Hayes, Murray. Mackenzie, Talbot, Weil.
Q One of the more active clubs during the past year was the
Lens Club, numbering about 50 active members. The club's
numerous activities included talks and demonstrations on ' end ur
photographic subjects and movies shown by several non-
members. As usual, the annual party was a great success,
the members having been entertained by three orchestras, 0 cience C ug
a movie, and a floor show.
Those members with a wider knowledge of photography
were admitted to the Inner-Lens Club which numbered about
20 members. Mr. Bridges is the club's sponsor.
O Since its organization under the late Louis E. Hilde-
brand, the Science Club has been to New Trier a place where
aspiring young scientists show their enthusiasm for the vari-
ous aspects of science through numerous field trips and by
working out various problems together. lt has long been
one of the more important clubs at New Trier, building up
the Science Museum and aiding the Hobby Show by many
contributions. The club is under the sponsorship of Mr.
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FRENCH CLUB ,
First Row--Black, Halldorson. Saxhy, Warren. Crosby, W. Thompson, Lundberg, DeBerard, Pomeroy, Schipfer, Weese, l
Meyer, Edwards, Lenney, Hayson, Leech, Zeiss. Y
Second Row-Fellows, Welborn, Lascelles, McClelland, Biernatzki, V. Thompson, Hobbs, Fox, Kritzer, Miller, Bond,
Adams, Keefe, Cormack, Belnap, McEwan, Liepold, Braaten, Sager, Guthridge, Prins, Johannson.
Third Row-Mitchell, Jackson, Craig, Blackburn, Becker, Burlingham, Graff, Vanllorne, Torrey, Quinlan, Warner,
James, Chase, Aunineau, Karnes, Michelsen, MacDowell, Schifflin, Bachmann, Kuby, Kraft, Snort, Gaffney, Wilson,
Farr, Schwall, Lindstrom, Kaempfer.
Fourth Row-Wuichet, Miller, Bowen, Olson, Smith, Lukens, Baker, Bliss, Nelson, Chancellor, Neukranz, J. Thomp-
son, Cassell, Wood, Collier, Aldrich, Ellis. Ward, Biser, Mehlhope, Borregaard, Griffin, Ward, Herb, Merkle, Craft,
Raymond, Jenness. Mrs. Hildebrand-Sponsor.
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0 The French Club has had, without doubt, one of its most
successful years under the leadership of Mrs. Hildebrand
' IAQIQCA and the officers: Valerie Adams, president, Mary Lou Cor-
mack, vice-president, and Nancy Schipfer, secretary-treas-
Outstanding among the speakers who entertained and
informed the club this year were Mrs. Daniel Brush of Glen-
French Club members working on the second edition 000, and Helen Halperin, 3 Senior at New Trier, who is of
of NLR F""""ff"'1-'i the claws """""'l magazine' Russian parentage, was born in Germany and attended
W school in France. She told of French schools and of her
impressions of America. A feature of each meeting was an
original skit in which members participated.
French Club members this year published the second
edition of '5Le Flambeauf' a magazine consisting of lively
stories and jokes in French, interesting letters from French
correspondents, and other entertaining features. 6'Le Flam-
beau" was edited by Valerie Adams and enjoyed by all New
Trier French students.
Q The Latin Club was started near the end of last year to
give to Latin students the same opportunity to study the
customs and culture of old Rome that the members of the
French and German Clubs had to study the countries they
were interested in.
Last year's meetings were carried on according to the
government of old Rome. "Consuls', presided at the meet-
ings, Hpraetorsf, 'saedilesfi and Maugursw took charge of
the programs, utribunesw and "censors" looked after the
members and the minutes were kept by a 'gscribaf' Mem-
hers were requested to adopt Latin names before entering
the club and Roman togas were worn hy the magistrates.
Most important of the year's events was a uslave auc- ' Ll,
tion" at which freshman members were 'tsoldv at one mcet-
ing and Nfreedu at the following one.
1 Consuls of the club were Jim Moore and Hope ITarshaw. 9 epnqan ML
Sponsors are Miss Breidenbach, Mrs. Cockrell, and Mlss Paul.
Q The German Club is for students who take German and
who would like to learn lnore of the music, literature and
art of Germany. The officers this year were: Richard Kriebel, 5 ",,,, ' f '
presidentg Dolores Neef, vice-presidentg Diane Kremm, sec- , fr
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LATIN CLUB GERMAN CLUB
First Row-Beum, Schauffler, Holste, Helke, Kremm, Kriebel, Miss
First Row-Kern, Ludgin, Fischer, Lyman, Harswhaw, Moore, Small,
Baker- Eberle' Karst-Sponsor, Neef, Olmsted, Lau, Luecke, Bizer, Warren, Lindeman.
Second Row-Miss Breidenbach-Sponsor, Van Horne, Homan, Fisher,
- lh , - I Second Row-Albach, Hollis, Lewis, Black, Adams Butzow, Blaesing,
lgoacllEflSliSv1Ygxcigor,CtleI1isEl Pgi1l2lgI50hgg:?taul Wyman! She'V"'gt""' Mrs Matthews, Shiverick, Green, Platt, Buehler, Ebman: Stem.
Third Row-Kagan, Frischer, Chapin, Moon, Hamer, Sutherland, Smith, Third Row-Merkle, Cook, Randall, Christian, Petersen, Drebeus, Davies,
Munson, Peterson, Van Horne, Reichmann, Andeson, Harper. Kelly, Farrar, Chittenden, Glenn, Wiggleswurth, Hirsch, Shapiro.
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First Row-Harris, Denis. French. Mosser, Smedley, Wilsey,
First Row-Dodulein, Forstall, Roemer. Stephenson, Brady, Miss
Second Row-Deily, Cummings, Aldrich, Stanley.
0 One of the special interest clubs is the Stamp Club, with
Mr. Pifer as sponsor. All of the members, about 25, are
ardent stamp enthusiasts, and the principal activities of the
club are trading stamps and preparing for the annual exhibit.
Q The Coin Club, with Dr. Small as its sponsor, gave those
students interested in collecting coins an opportunity to get
together and talk shop. Trading coins, an auction, and oc-
casional door prizes were featurcs of the club.
I The Geography Club was organized this year with Miss
Flemington as sponsor. During the year the club worked on
a survey map of the township. Although the club is small, it
looks forward to a bright future.
0 The Archaeology Club, now in its fifth year, is expressly
for those students interested in archaeology. Though it is
a small club, it was very active, and under its sponsors, Mr.
Lellman and Mrs. Kimbell, provided very interesting and en-
tertaining material at its meetings.
First Row-Forstall, Strasser, Borre, A. Pancoe, W. Pancoe, M
Second Row-Geppert, Herlocker, Smith.
First Row-Mrs. Kimbell-Sponsor. McCue, Kagan. Harris. Mr
Lehman-Sponsor, Blake. Talbot, Fischer.
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BOYS' CAREER CLUB
First Row-Anderson, Meredith, Vanl-Iorne, Emmet, Cutler, Badger, Woodbridge, Matthews, Starrett, Reehie, Fread,
Chapin, Platt, Laughead, McCandlish, Powell, Fifer.
Second Row-Taylor, Dale, Kelly, Kraus, Sullivan, Seddon, Holland, Eves, White, D. Brown, Prins, Bayard, Walker,
Koerber, Rapp, May, Crowder, M. Anderson, Wiese.
Third Row-Huffman, Stransky, Sibley, Christerson, Dewey, Borregaard, Nelson, Bennett, Brigham, Watts, Petersen,
Jones, McAllister, Hoefer, Esler, Sherman, Mitten, B. Brown, Williams, Kahn, Maxwell.
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB
First Row-Mincheff, Bowen, Porteriield, Bachmann, Duncombe, Wuichet, V. Thompson, Kletzien, Hammond, War-
ren, Claar, McDonald, Rubel, Clavey, Reimann, Neef.
Second Row-Zibble, Leach, Browne, Clark, Burns, Stephens, Lonergan, Johannson, Carney, H. Jones, Barnett, Smith,
Olson, J. Graff, M. Graff, Erickson, James, Macqueene, Johnston, Miss Henningsen-Sponsor.
Third Row-Lee, Boyden, Peck, Roemer, Schramm, Wolsey, Welborn, Nelson, Schipfer, Chancellor, V. Adams, Haake,
Hinman, Christensen, Larweth, Beggs, Versino, Arns, Derckum, Fisher, Lindstrom, Davidson, Robinson, Marsh,
Weishaar, Woolhiser, Boston.
Fourth Row-Frye, White, Glass, Crawford, Lukens, Bull, Becker, McClelland, Prince, Stange, Shaw, Knight, Peter-
sen, Janicki, Jones, Helmstadter, Martin, Carlson, Arbogast, Boyle, Harmon, Hill, Herbert, Oakhill, Edmonds.
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB
First Row-Dalstrom, Bassett, Thalman, Marty, Kneip, Shiverick, Anhalt, Hobbs, Wolf, Bray, Swarts, Berg, De-
Vinny, Sutherland, Mattoon, Trudeau, Fellows, Maddock, Brown.
Second Row-Boone, W. Thompson, Larson, Neiglick, Stevens, Kracha, Langford, Sager, Katz, Kirchner, Schopen,
Oakhill, Becker, Broemel, Koch, Brereton, Davis, Mersbach.
Third Row-Kearns, Rennacker, Kirschet, Ungaro, Lindeman, Hendrickson, Belding, Troy, Loegler, Cummings, Boyd,
Chiappe, Widen, Stetfens, Sesterhenn, Altman, David, M. J. Adams, Marshall, Wyman.
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hers find their life work. Mr. Nelson was the sponsor the ,
first semester, Mr. Hoskins, Mr. Showley, Mr. Christensen, ' if 6 ctlneeln MA
and Mr. Funkhouser were sponsors the second semester.
0 The Girls' Career Club has primarily the same aims as
that of the boys. Sponsors were Miss Henningsen, Miss '
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First Row-Clavey, Oalihill, Holste, Mincheff, Miss I-Ienningsen-Sponsor,
M. Roemer, B. Anderson, Reimann, Biederer, Schweitzer.
Second Row-Kelly, Simonsen, Steiner, Barber, Henderick, Leil, Lehmann,
Allen, Henricks, Ransdell.
Third Row-Smith, K. Hotfman. Herbon, Larweth, B. Hoffman, Weeks, D.
Schneider, Armstrong, Mazzetta, Rugen, Staak.
First Row-Fisher, Oppenheimer,
Second Row-Badger, Scofield, S.
Mr. Johnson-Sponsor, Frost, Roemer,
Tranzi, Nyborg, Belmont, Outzen. Widen,
Hoffman, T. Anderson, Reed, B. Barber,
Stein, Gaffney, Eliot, MacDonald, Jones, Jerrard, Nix. I
Smith, Gordon, Mr. Schumacher-Sponsor, Greenblatt, Harris, L. Smith, Glen
or racfica experience . .
I One of the smaller and lesser known competitive organi-
zations in New Trier is the Chess Club. However, these limi-
' Q66 u, tations in no way detract from the merit of the club. As a
of fact, according to Mr. Schumacher, who has been
sponsor of the club for several years, the Chess Club has
been quite successful in its tilts against other schools ever
since he became sponsor, not having lost an inter-school
match until upset by Sullivan High this year.
Q The Commerce Club which is primarily for those students
taking commercial subjects had a membership of about
Hfty this year. The usual Halloween Party at Mr. ,Iohnson,s
home and the Christmas Social Hour in the Dramatic's Room
were very much enjoyed by the members. The Spring Party
was also a great success. Educational events consisted of
movies, talks, and mental contests. Mr. Johnson is the club's
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First Row-Burkheimer, Oatis, Bachmann. Koch
Hallsteen, Christensen, Reimann, Clavey, Elliott:
Second Row-Jones, Glass, Nelson, Black, Mers
bach, Arnason. E. Lukens, B. Lukens, deGuerre,
Herbert, Trudeau, Stein.
Third Row-Lonergan, Olson, Johannson, Step
hens, Arbogast, Loucks, Petersen, Warren, Bizer
Johnston, Levy, Haskin.
First Row-Lascelles. G. Olson, Staufer, Dewey, L. Jones, Fox, D. Elliott, Hackett, Larson, Herbert.
Second Row-Porterlield, Graff, Robertson, Berblinger, Johannson, Lonergan, E, Elliott, Wright,
M. Daily, Buehler, Halldorson, Noble.
Third Row-Wiese, Martin, Stange, Biernatzki, Neetz, Iliff, Arnason, Collins, Stern, MacArthur,
Ranstead. B. Williams. Mattoon, Weishaar, McCall. Lindstrom.
Fourth Row-Olson, Warren, D. Olson, McClelland, V. Ogilvie. Altman, Hayson, V. Lenney, M.
Braaten, P. Marsh, C. Marx, M. Lidecker, M. Gaffney, M. A. MacLean, N. A. Rygel, J. Walker,
Q The Knitting Club was formed this Fall under the able
sponsorship of Miss Rossberger. The club was formed for
social purposes and all the meetings were just friendly gath-
erings. There were no speakers. However, through Miss
Rossberger and the Girls Club Charity Committee, the club
has been able to do some good work by providing those
members who wished to work with needles and yarn fur-
nished by the Red Cross, with which they have been knitting
sweaters, socks and other wearing apparel for the Red Cross.
Some twenty girls worked on this project.
Q Formed the latter part of last year the Travel Club is a
very worthwhile organization. The main purpose of this club
is to acquaint and familiarize the members with foreign
places through the medium of movies and talks. Both stu-
dents and teachers spoke at the meetings and refreshments
were usually served. Mr. Shearer is the sponsor.
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First Row-MacDonald, Becker, Hill, King, Siegfried, Stein, Browne.
Gere, Andrews, Powell, Mehlhope, Pierson, Makon, King, Armstrong
Second Row-Sethness, Katz, Macey, Beaumont, Lighthart, Stiles, Boor
man, Hawxhurst, Davies, Moon, Barber, Kraetsch, Chamberlain, Lang
ford, Steele, Coleman, Jones, Pancoe, Bliss.
Third Row-Cook, Rockwell, FlaHavan, Christian, Thompson. Anderson,
Fox, Reichert, Greenblatt, Borregaard, Sieck, W. Sieck, Aldrich, Tuttle
Baer, McKee, Mincheff, Swarte.
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0 An organization that does not receive much recognition,
but is indispensable to the school is the Service Club. This
organization consists of seventy girls of whom the officers
are: Janet Hill, presidentg Marjorie Rennacker, vice-presi-
dent, and Catherine Marx, secretary-treasurer.
The girls are taught first aid and simple nursing under
the direction of the nurses, Mrs. Moore and Mrs. Schoen-
berger. At the completion of this course they are given a
certificate by the Red Cross.
Each member gives two or three hours of her time to
work in the Nurses' Office keeping records, files and other
routine duties. In this way the club is able to offer practical
experience to its members.
Q The Rifle Club of New Trier works on a competitive as
well as a recreational basis. Following this pattern the club
scheduled several telegraphic meets, during the year, with
various high schools. In these it upheld the standards of
The club's aim is merely to offer opportunity to those
who would like to learn and enjoy the art of riflery.
First Row-Nelson, Cormack, Zibble, Jenness, McCue, Burns, Hill,
Mrs. Schoenennerger. Marx, Rennacker, Ward, Larson, Thompson,
Maughan, Elliot, Kirchner, Sutherland.
Second Row-Mitchell, Wiese, Hoesli, Marsh, Arbogast, Pifer, Mack,
- Pettee, Albrechtson, Mehlhope, Biser, Stube, Burkhard, Hammond, Blum,
Fisher, Whitehead, Torrey, Macqueene.
Third Row--Graff. Brown. Halley. Adams, Hahn, Black, Bull, Peck,
White. Lukens, Jones, Becker, Belmont, Kern, Richland, Snorf, Brereton,
Van Horn, Lindeman, Anhalt, Hobbs.
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0 Newly formed this year, the Badminton Club was or-
ganized to give the addicts of the sport an opportunity to
play badminton as a part of their school activities. The club
met every Sunday under the auspices of the Social Commit-
tee of the Student Council. Miss Boulton acted as sponsor of
the club during its first season of activity. This year the
season was rather limited because of its late starting date, but
next year holds new opportunities for the Badminton Club.
Q The Sketch Club and Art League is composed of students
who want to sketch as a hobby or a vocation. In this club,
sponsored by Mrs. Holland, work is done in all mediums,
and in the Spring the work of its members is exhibited in
the main corridor.
0 Organized for students whose hobbies are rather out of
the ordinary, the Hobby Club, under the leadership of Mr.
Hoskins, is a boon to those students whose hobbies are not
included in the other clubs at New Trier.
First Row-Berlin, C. Van Horne, Schifflin, Van Horne, Frederick, Starrett, Van
Arsdale, Liepold, G. Powell, B. Davis.
Second Row-Carruth, Gordon, White, Desmond, Arms, Tellis, McAllister, Smith,
S. Walker, Walter, Swartz.
irst Row-M. Craig, B. J. Elliott, W. MacKenzie, B. Katz, C. Heston, N. Dillon, M. J. Olson. HOBBY CLUB
:cond Row-E. Leech, N. Borregaard, B. Knight, M. Richland, E. Strasser, H. Sweeny, V. Anthony. First Row-E. Ketcham, B. Liepold, J. Darley, W. Pancoe
Second Row-H. Zander, D. Royce, L. P. Hoskins-Sponsor
hird Row-B. Stembridge, M. Wright, J. Best, S. Crumlish, M. Graff, L. Johnson, B. Stinson. T. I-Iowett, R. Wiese.
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First Row-Walker, Adams, Duncombe, Dodds.
Second Row-Keller, Smith, Landis.
Q The dramatic productions of the past year have been
exceptionally good, both in the excellence of the plays
selected and in the actors themselves. The directing of the
plays was done by Miss Stanwood, Mr. Coburn, Miss F eeney,
and Mr. Van Kirk, in the order in which the plays were
The 1939-40 season opened on the 10th and 11th of
November with Sir Arthur Pinerois play "Trelawny of the
6Wells.' " An interesting feature of this production was the
setting of the fourth act. After elaborate sets for the first
three acts, the fourth was played on the bare stage.
The second play was Kane Campbell's 6The Enchanted
April,,' a romantic drama taking place in a beautiful castle
on the Mediterranean. The tryouts for this play were by
invitation only, which allowed the casting to be made of
students whose abilities were known.
The Sophomore-junior play was Philip Barry's "The
Youngest." It is a light modern comedy with the very small
cast of nine, and each person portrayed his character ex-
ceptionally well. 6'The Poor Nut" by J. C. Nugent and
Elliot Nugent was the Senior play.
Under the presidency of Jack Walker, the Dramatic Club
has had some very interesting and worthwhile meetings. Es-
pecially notable were the movies of WML Scroogew by Dave
Bradley, a talk by Mr. Kahler, and another talk by Mr. Mc-
Creery concerning his experiences with the stage.
The Actors' Guild, newly formed last year, has shown
remarkable success under the direction of Miss Lambert,
and has given a total of 13 plays this season.
The Stage, Light, and Props Crews, in their integral parts
of the finished productions, have contributed immeasurably
to the success of the past season.
VERSE SPEAKING CHOIR
First Row-G. Dalstrom, B. Meyer, Berblinger, P. Stange, M. Cooley, M. Morgan, A Shapiro
Second Row-Miss Feeney, B. Miller, S. Merrill, V. Adams, M. Hahn, A. Bowen, B Day, E
La Bonte, M. Daderlein, J. Engelhard.
TRELAWNY OF THE "WELLS" THE YOUNGEST
Theatrical Mrs. Charlotte Winslow ..........,......, .... B etty Miller
Oliver Winslow ...,...... ...,.... J ack Scartf
T0m Wrench ..................... ..... C harlton HCSISOII Mark wmsiow ..-..A.,.'. ..---Y--. A I-noid Berlin
Ferdinand Gadd "'- William Dodds Augusta Winslow Martin ,... Catherine Tideman
James Telfer ...,.. ....... R alph Jones Alan Martin ...,'..--4.'."- ..4.--. R oben Ellis
Augustus Colpoys ,, ....,. Turner Wilson Martha iMnfD Winslow iHAnne Bowen
Rose Trelawny ..,.
Avonia Bunn .....
Mrs. Telfer ......
Mr. Denzil ......
.. .Eleanor La Bonte
. . . . .Barbara Barton
. . . . . . .Jeanne Moreau
, . .Mardean Hole
. . .. .John Sborner
N on-Theatrical Folk
Vice Chancellor Sir William Gower.. ..,...,... Robert Wiese
Miss Trafalgar Gower ............. .... M arguerite Hahn
Arthur Gower ...............
Clara De Foenix ............,.
Captain Fredrick De Foenix ..... .
Charles ....................... ....
Mr. Ablett ....
Mrs. Rose Arbuthnot
Miss Adams ..... . .... . .
Lady Caroline Dester
Thomas Briggs ........
Mrs. William Fisher
DOIIIBIIICO . . . .........
Mellersh Wilkins ....
Ferdinand Arundel .... . .
. . . .Richard Buenger
. . . .Patricia Quinlan
. . . .William Kloepfer
. . . . . .Valerie Adams
., . . .Claude Reebie
. ...Sarah Merrill
Mrs. Lotty Wilkins ....................
.... ....Vera Ruth Lenny
. . . . .Betty Ranstead
..Mary Lou Morgan
. . . . .Dale Wetterer
. . . . .Russell Locke
. . . .Joan Engelhardt
. . . .Amelio Fragassi
.. . . . . .Esther Alonzi
. . . .Fredrick Gordon
Colonel Small ..
Marjorie Blake .,
John Miller . ..
Hub Smith .....
Spike Hoyt .......
Wallie Pierce ......
Coach Jackson . ....
Doc Spurney .....
.. .. ...Mary Lamb
. . .Gerry Bovbjerg
THE POOR NUT
....Beverly Glenn, Mary Martha Gedge
... . . . . .Mardean Hole, Valerie Adams
. . . . .Gordon Laughead
. . . .Bruce Borregaard
. . . ....,....... Bill Stelf
, ...... Tom Crowder
. . . . . . . . . .Leonard Eisenberg
Announcer ..... ..........,....... D ale Chronic
Freshmen .... Steve Walker, Gordon Shaw
Betty ...... ...,. J anet Hill, Frances Wagner
Reggie ......... Shirley Fix, Beverly Day
Helen ............... ...Sarah Merrill, Jean Berkheimer
Two Ohio Runners ................ David Dennis, Bud Fifer
I Charles McCoy
Three Wisconsin Runners. . .. .... 4 Bob Wetzel
L Lee Simpson
S u pernumeraries
Barbara Pettee, Jane Edwards, Winifred Thompson, Doro-
thea Hartwig, Barbara Larson, Martha Sesterhenn, Pat
Hubert, Jane Holmes, Jeanne Persson, Cyrena Nelson,
Helen Bull, Lillian Jones, Jean Mitchell, Barbara, Vernon,
Bob Bartlett, Hans Brand, Lawrence Solari, Frank Badger,
Stanley Cohn, Fred Lewis, Jim Wilson, Marion Biser,
Marshall McGuiness, Bob Bennett.
Trelawny of the 5'Wells" Enchanted April The Youngest
First Row-L. Rogers, B. Lukens, J.
Smith, B. Bray, J. Treveiler, M. Cooley.
First Row-A. Cooke, B. Matson, L.
Solari, L. Eisenberg, J. Boyle, Y. Ban-
Second Row - Leach, Chapin, Steitz,
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Q The Broadcasting Club was organized to give students
a chance to work before the microphone. Although the
majority of the members are primarily interested in acting,
the club also gives training to those who prefer directing,
technical work, announcing and writing.
Besides putting on shows for the club members, some
of the students have performed for teachers, conventions and
school assemblies. The club also has a library of scripts
collected from various universities and broadcasting studios.
The Broadcasting Club is under the sponsorship of Frank
First Row-Miller, Ranstead, Swarts, B. Miller, Ayers, Kracha, Merrill, Wilson, Mr. DeLay-Sponsor, Wiese, Dalstrom,
Quinlan, Burkheimer, Barton, Strauss, Tack, Conger.
Second Row--Bowen, Day, D. Carlson, Black, 0. Carlson, Smythe, Wolsey, Fisher, Dungan, Hahn, Thogersen, Hall-
dorson, Ward, Becker, Bond, Trudeau, Hartke, Davis, Meacham.
Third Row-Buehler, Flanagan, Wilson, Chronic, McQuide, Lebeson, I-Ieinzen, Heston, Johnson, Mark, Shrimp, Mac-
Kenzie, Weil, Brown, Eisenberg.
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In the brief space of six years Inklings has established it-
self among the 'Gbig three", of New Trier publications. Since
its birth in the Spring of 1935, the Treverian literary maga-
zine has grown from a mere stripling of some forty-odd pages
to a robust youngster of almost twice its original size, and in
almost the same proportion, the quality and variety of the
literary book has increased.
This year with Claude Reebie and Jeanne Cleary as co-
editors and Bill Steif as managing editor, the publication has
broadened out and improved in a number of ways. First,
and perhaps one of the most radical departures from the
magazine's tradition, was the standardization of the cover.
This, previously always a headache to the editors, has pro-
vided each edition with an attractive binding, meanwhile
keeping the cover's cost, formerly a large item, down to a
minimum and giving the students more magazine within the
binding. Another innovation carried over from the Spring
of 1939 when it was first tried, was a policy of liberally
sprinkling each edition with illustrations and photographs
done by the students, thus giving the Art Department its in-
ning. One more novelty which was successfully attempted
last year was the HI. QP' flnklings Quotientj test which was
run in the Spring issue.
Much credit should be given to Mr. Peterson, who, since
conducting the magazine into the Gray-Green world in 1935,
has sponsored and watched over each edition. It is to the
credit of the students of New Trier that they have been able
to contribute so great a mass of stories, poems, book reports,
and editorials as to have made Inklings the successful and
prosperous magazine that it is today.
, INKLINGS STAFF
73 First Row-Glenn, Oakhill, Lee, Craig, Tuttle, Lamb.
Second Row-Michael, Steif, Cleary, Reebie, Wilson, Werthimer.
Reehie, Cleary, R. S. Peterson-Sponsor, Steii
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FREI CUSHMAN BRIDGES
During the past school year The New Trier News has
progressed to such a degree that it has succeeded in estab-
lishing for itself, in the minds of the student body, a fine
and well earned reputation. Although the News has not
accomplished anything greatly spectacular or wonderful
this year, it has earned its reputation by the splendid organ-
ization of the staff. This difficult feat was made possible
through the combined efforts of the paper's sponsor, Mr.
Arnold Bridges and its editors, Bob Frei and Ken Cushman.
Under this plan of organization, no student was too
heavily overburdened by responsibilities and duties, and
every student, who wished, had an equal chance to work
on the paper. By this means, many more students felt that
the News really belonged to them rather than to a chosen
few. A great deal of the success of the News has been due
to this plan.
The policy of the paper has been to give the students,
to the greatest possible extent, what they want in way of
reading material. Jeanne Cleary's, Eleanor La Bonte's, and
Bill Steenis feature columns were very popular throughout
the year. The best liked editorials were the Board Ad,
Letters to the Editors, and The Comment, all of which ap-
peared nearly every week. More cartoons and pictures were
used to brighten up the paper and to illustrate the various
A great amount of originality and imagination has been
shown throughout the year in almost all the issues. This
First Row-Morand, Geppert, Murray, Brown, Hubachek, Ellis, Fifer, Flanagan, Weisberg, Pancoe,
Shefte, Guthrie, Van Horne, Shapiro, Brewer, Dickson.
Second Row-Pettee, Graff, Meacham, Small, Kracha, Bray, Duncombe, Sutherlahd, Wagner,
Thompson, Harshaw, Snyder, Schifflin, Davis, Trudeau, M. Thompson, Snort, Shlverick, Day.
Third Row-Steen, Kraft, Peck, Cooper, Kletzien, Baker, Wuichet, Smith, Chancellor, Green, Shaw,
Neukranz, Knight, Bowman, Wetterer, Marx, Borregaard, Hole, Kaempfer, Sesterhenn, Whlte,
Wilson, Peck, Boyden.
Fourth Row-Weil, I-Ienock, McCoy, Tellis, Hughes, Kraus, Murphy, Cordts, Farmer, DeBerard, 4
Monahan, Stransky, I-I. Murray, Panichelly, Glenn, Booth, Wilson, Slttxg, Matthews, Taylor, Smart, 7
point can be proved by the fact that more 12-page issues
were printed this year than ever before and the Christmas
issue consisted of 16 pages, a really great accomplishlnent
The girls of the staff were given the opportunity to show
the school what they could do when they put out one issue
of the News hy themselves, entirely without the assistance
of any boys. This was the first time an experiment of this
kind has ever been tried in the history of New Trier. lt
not only proved a great success but it showed everyone that
the girls are capable of striking out for themselves and ac-
complishing the so-called impossible.
One of the foremost ideas of the editors of the News
this year has been to discover new talent and encourage old.
By this means the News was represented by more and varied
students which in turn helped circulation.
First Row-Nelson, Welborn, Bowen, Cleary, Craig.
Second Row-Kriebel, Frei, Watts, Kloepfer, Steen, Cushman, Steif
The 1940 Echoes under the guidance of John Roth,
Editor-in-Chief, Violet Widen, Associate Editor, Merrill
Hoefer, Business Managerg and the two sponsors, Mr. C. O.
Waters and Mr. F. E. Holland, embodies many features
which make it slightly different from any Echoes that has
been produced in the last three decades. A brilliant white
cover, a color picture of New Trier, division pages of inter-
esting pictures on rich black mounts, less writing and more
pictures, and the large size senior pictures which were intro-
duced in the 1939 Echoes are some of the features of the
The editorial staff consisting of Assistant Editors Clark
Van Horne and Bob Klagstadg Senior Section Editor Nancy
Weishaarg Photography Editor Dey Watts, Circulation Man-
ager Barbara Ragsdaleg Sports Editors Cliff' Weil and Frances
Brown, Feature Editor Turner Wilson, Art Editor Harry
Carrollg and Snapshot Editor Ralph VVilliams, was one of
the finest, if not the finest, editorial staff the Echoes has had
in its 33 years of publication. The excellence of their sections
bears out this statement.
Sponsors Edlwl' in Chief! JUN! Roth Assistant Editors
Ml. C 0 waters Business Manager: Merrill Hoefer Bob Klagstad
Mr F E Holland Clark Van Horne
SPO,-is Editors Art Ecutor Harry Carroll Photography Ediwrr Dey Watts
Boys Chu- well Circulation Manager: Barbara Ragsdale Feature Editor: Turner Wilson
Girls Frances Brown Senior Section Editor: Nancy Weishaar Snapshot Editor: Ralph Williams
ECHOES SPORTS, FEATURES, AND SNAPSHOTS STAFF ECHOES BUSINESS AND CIRCULATION STAFF
First Row-Larson, van Horne' Edwards' llgin-srteglgglvia Burge Melchior Claxey Relmann Ranstead Bowen
Second Row-Glenn, Kfiebelf Clwhmanf Kelly- Second Row Moulding Haskm Black Steen Murray Wallers
ECHOES PHOTO AND GROUP PICTURE STAFF
First Row-Woodbridge, Matthews, Rubel, I-Ioesli, Van Horne. First Row welborn Green Adams Mehlhope Levy
Second Row-Holland, Sibley, Stransky, Miller, Long, Hill. Second Row WIcCoy Baker Brown Buehler Frykman
Of course, without the aid of the staffs, the editors would
not have been able to carry on their work or to get it done
on time, but space does not permit each staff member per-
The cooperation received from the Bernie Studio in
respect to the excellent senior pictures and many of the group
pictures cannot he praised enough. The excellent half-tones
and zincs are the products of the Pontiac Engraving and
Electrotype Co. whose aid and assistance was always at the
editor's call. The laurels for the excellent press work in the
1940 Echoes go to Lloyd Hollister Inc., who once again
demonstrated their skill in the printing of a year hook.
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' OX -Li v e Q Although New Trier's football record is not very im-
N. N W pressive, the grid squad gave every opponent a hard, in-
? X N teresting battle. Coaches Aschenbach, Caton and Delaporte
fl.f" R 1' p, SX realized from the start of the season that the material this
.W X H year was not as good as in some previous years, and did
V pl -sig X ,WG l g W well to develop as strong a team as they did.
I' VWVA X X 74 ,1 The team was one of defense rather than of offense,
MZ W for it scored only 13 points in Suburban League competi-
9: ff X V 7 ,3 f tion. It held its League opponents to an even 50 points, how-
. : p M147 ever, 20 of which were scored by Evanston on long runs in
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X .Q XX eleven was held to two touchdowns, as was Emerson, the
i X traditionally strong team from Gary.
41 N . I, J- - The team was captained by quarterback Gordon
Q" H ,Mi ,,f ni,X..iL . W ' Laughead, one of the two returning lettermen, and half-
O Y 'A 3' fi back Ronny May. Ronny was responsible for the touchdowns
Left top: The team works as Co-Captain May
takes a siesta.
Left bottom: A formidable backfield sweeps
around right end.
Right: Why follow the Interference?
which beat both Morton and Amundsen. Rounding out the
backfield were Buhby Miller, the second of the returning
lettermen, and Jim Warfield, who did a good deal of the
team's punting. A second backfield quartet which saw con-
siderable service was composed of Jack Walker, Jim Sinclair,
Dick Fuller and Gordy Powell. The fact that Warfield, Sin-
clair and Fuller are all juniors give a bright outlook for
next year's team.
An impressive array of ends was headed by Ozzie Red-
Held, who won honorable mention on the All-Suburban
Eleven. Ozzie accounted for the touchdown against Pro-
viso, while end Don James caught a pass over the High-
land Park goal line to give New Trier a tie in that battle.
Other ends who saw considerable action were Wendell Clark,
whose injured shoulder kept him out of several games, Jack
First Row-Redfield, Sullivan, Bayard, Laughead, May, Brown, McNitt, Miller, Benson, Sinclair.
Second Row-Steel, Berringer, Whittington, Powell, I-Iurlbutt, James, Simpson, Cloud, Fuller, Holland, Ellis, Prins,
Third Row-Mr, Aschenbach-Coach, Salomon-Manager, Guy, Munson, Jamieson, Perrill, Merkle, Mitchell, Judson,
Luedeka, Canning, Anderson, Kennedy, Esler, Mr. Caton-Coach, Clark, Wartield, Hill-Manager.
Elser, Dex Benson and Fred Hurlbutt. At the tackle positions
were Bob McNitt and Paul Sullivan, who were the work-
horses of the team. Their able understudies were Jim Jamie-
son, Charlie Berringer and Dick Prins.
New Trier's sole representative on the All-Suburban
Eleven was Steve Bothermel, who started the season as a
backfield man, but was soon shifted to guard, where he
developed into one of the best players in the League, and
was continually dropping back into the backlield to get off
a beautiful kick. At the other guard position Joe Bayard was
a fixture. Others who saw service as guards were Tubby
Ellis, who will be back next year, Sparky Whittington and
Jim Steel, who was out much of the season with a broken
arm. In the center of the line was Mickey Simpson, junior
Curt Brown, or Eugene Holland.
Much credit is due those boys who served on the
Junior Varsity Eleven and gave the Varsity players some
much needed practice.
Next year's outlook is very bright with eleven lettermen
expected to return. Together with the many promising
sophomores who will move up to the Varsity, they should
form a powerful team for 194-0.
N. T. .... 8 Amundsen 6
Varsity Football Scores
T. ..,. O Emerson ..... I3
T. ..., 0 Waukegan . . . 3
T. .... 6 Morton . . . . . 0
T. .... 7 Proviso ..,... I4
T. ,... 6 Highland Park. 6
T. ,.,. O Oak Park ,... I3
T. .,., 0 Evanston ..., 20
Bottom: Puzzle: Where's the ball?
Right: Co-Captains Laughead and May.
First Row-McNitt, Schmitz, Smithers, White, Naenhans, Lippincott, Campbell, Edmiston, Gilbert, Raggio, Schweger,
Second Row-Schaefer, Cohrs, Johnson, Benson, Smith, McShane, Crowley, Bower, Faville, Warren, Boyle, Ryan,
Third Row-Mr. Flmkhouser-Coach, Heerens, Pearson, Lake, Gudbrandsen, Wright, Hurlhutt, Zehr, Jeffers, Donahue,
Ogden, Clarr, Beuttas, Burnside, Glade, Breuer, Gockel, Butler, Mr. Gadske--Coach.
Frosh-Soph Football Scores
N. T. .... 45 Niles Center . 0
N. T. .... 7 Waukegan . . . 6
N. T. .... I3 Morton ..... 0
N. T. .... I3 Proviso ...... I2
N. T. .,.. 0 Highland Park. O
N. T. .... 0 Oak Park .... I3
N. T. .... 0 Evanston .,.. I3
Q The F rosh-Soph Football Team, coached by Messrs. Funk-
houser and Gadske, came close to wearing the Suburban
League crown this year. Starting the season with a bang,
they baffled the Niles Center Junior Varsity Team to the tune
of a 45 to 0 beating. With this to look back on, the Ponies
started into their League schedule with a trip to Waukegan.
They returned with the victorious score of 7 to 6. After
bearing home two more League wins, from Morton and Pro-
viso, the Ponies were stopped by Highland Park, a non-
League team. The Gray-Green team then went down in defeat
to Oak Park and Evanston in that order.
The Evanston team, playing on her own field, had the
game pretty much her own way most of the time, as the 13
to 0 score shows. If the tallies made in this game had been
on the opposite sides of the ledger, the New Trier Ponies
would have held the League title for the first time. As the
records stand, the Frosh-Soph squad finished third with
three wins and two losses. The results of the season are
four wins, two losses, and one tie. The team rolled up a total
of 78 points, the last three games were scoreless on the part
of the Ponies.
Captain Campbell led the New Trier team on defense,
while Lippincott, Schmitz, and Schwerger led the scoring.
First Row-Campbell, Miller, Bushnell, Jorgenson, Wigglesworth, Mclntyre.
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Second Row-Mr. Ream-Coach, Markus, Palenske, Raggio, Townsend, Schmick, Donahue, Maeser-
Third Row-Hopp, Lynch, Benson, Heerens, Blackburn, Titus, Murphy.
Q Tremendously handicapped by lack of height, New Trier's
F rosh-Soph Basketball Team went through a disastrous
year. The Ponies, overbalanced in every game by their lack
of suHicient stature, which no amount of fight could over-
come, ended the season with but one win. This was in their
second game with Oak Park.
However, throughout the year the team showed such a
good spirit, even in losing, that they merited the approval of
the school, and it is felt that they should have been rewarded
by victory more than once during the season. The playing
was consistently just above mediocrity, but never spectacular.
Among the regular players, Jack Benson and Bobby
Miller held the forward positions. Substitutes for this fast
moving pair were Bushnell and Jorgenson. ,Iorgenson usual-
ly played guard in the latter part of the season. In the scor-
ing, Benson proved himself the most adept at basket shoot-
ing, while Jorgenson was second and Miller third.
The center position was mainly played by Don Baggio.
However, he was ably assisted by Hopp and Campbell when
the need for substitution arose. These three boys were al-
most the only tall players on the team who saw any amount
At guard the regulars were Lynch and either Schweger or
Jorgenson. Becoming better as the season advanced, 'gDuke"
Lynch became more and more a fixture in the lineup, while
Bob Jorgenson proved to be a good partner for him to team
up with. Other guards who saw service were Wigglesworth,
Heerens, and McIntyre.
As there were a number of freshmen who saw active
service, next year's team has good potentialities.
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N. T. .... I9 Oak Park ....
N. T. .... I6 Morton .... .
N. T. .... I8 Evanston . . . .
N. T. .... 24 Waukegan . .,
N. T. .... 25 Sullivan .... .
N. T. .... 27 Proviso .... .
N. T. .... I4 Highland Park.
N. T. .... 28 Morlon .... .
N. T. .... 26 Oak Park ....
N. T. .... I7 Wells ...... .
N. T. .... 24 Proviso .... .
N. T.. .. , I0 Highland Park,
The 1939-40 basketball season proved to be a disastrous
one for New Trier, in spite of the fact that on paper the cage
squad seemed to be pretty good. Although the Varsity won
all of its non-League encounters, it could manage to gain
only two League triumphs in twelve attempts, and conse-
quently finished in sixth place in the Suburban League con-
With only one warm-up game in which to test their
strength, the Trier cagers embarked upon their Suburban
League campaign, and promptly lost four straight games
before the Christmas holidays. After Christmas New Trier
seemed to have an improved squad which gave every team
it met a hard battle.
Following a practice victory over Sullivan High of Chi-
cago, the team lost a heart-breaking overtime battle to Pro-
viso by the score of 36 to 34. Next came the squad's first
League victory of the season, a last minute 29 to 26 victory
over Highland Park. The following Friday evening Mortonis
titlebound quintet came up to Winnetka with an unblemished
record of six straight triumphs. The Cougars met an in-
spired New Trier five, however, which played its best game
of the season, and upset the League leaders on Bob Dewey's
overtime basket at the end of the most thrilling contest seen
in many years. It was Morton's only League loss of the year.
After this New Trier was seriously hampered by poor
luck. Evanston won a well earned victory over the Green,
finishing 46 to 36, after the score had been tied at the end
of the third quarter, but Waukegan won only in the final
minutes of play, as did Proviso and Oak Park-the latter in
an overtime period. This was our team's third overtime
game of the season.
New Trier played its worst game in the second one witll
Highland Park which was lost, 27 to 13. This gave New
Left: Captain Wilson soars to new
Number 67 tries a mass bear
First Row-Burns, Wigglesworth, Brown, Wilson, Cleveland, Clark, Connley,
Second Row-Walker-Manager, Stillman, Sinclair, Price, McGurk, Ellis, Meyers, Brandt, Mr.
Third Row-Baer, Olson. Baptista, Dewey, Hoefer, Lindberg, Redfield, Benson, Kreer.
Trier the unique distinction of being the only team to beat
Morton and the only one to lose to Highland Park.
Various combinations were tried by Coach Crater
throughout the season in an attempt to produce a winning
team. Captain Don Wilson, Bob Baptista, and Ozzie Redfield
were almost certain starters, although Baptista and Redfield
shifted their positions upon occasion. The remaining starters
were chosen from a group consisting of Dick McGurk and
three Bobs: Co-Captain elect Cleveland, Dewey and Lindberg.
Others who saw considerable action were Andy Price, Mer-
rill Hoefer, Dex Benson, Pete Kreer and Co-Captain elect
Chuck Stillman. Kreer and Lindberg were hampered by ill-
ness, a fact which weakened the team considerably. The out-
look for next year's squad is exceedingly bright in view of
the fact that Cleveland, Stillman, McGurk, Benson and Kreer
are all juniors.
Thus exists a team which might well have finished several
rungs higher on the Suburban League ladder. Its power was
demonstrated in the second game with Morton, and in the
two games with Proviso's second place squad, both of which
were lost by one basket or less. Its poor luck, or perhaps in-
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ability to hold out in the final minute pinches, is demon-
strated by the fact that four of the losses suffered after Christ-
mas vacation were games tied until the final minute of play.
Bottom: Things are looking up.
Right: Dewey goes into the stretch.
I I amify Sw'mmin9 ecwon
Q This year New Trier's Varsity swimming team set a record
that will undoubtedly stand for some time as a goal for
future teams to strive to equal. Our lnermen were unde-
feated in all twelve of their dual meets, they captured the
Suburban League crown for the fourth consecutive year and
they took second place to Lane Tech of Chicago in the State
Meet for the second year in a row. This Hne record would be
the envy of any coach, and full credit goes to our line swim-
ming coaches: Mr. Jackson, Head Coach, Mr. Happ, Assistant
Coach, and Mr. Condon, Diving Coach.
The team this year possessed two outstanding stars in the
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N.T. .... 56 Senn ..,.... I8
N.T. .,., 42 Crane ...... 30
N. T. ..,. 42 Evanston .... 24
N. T. ..., 43 Proviso ..... 20
N. T. .... 46 Oak Park .... 20
N. T. .... 52 Rockford .... 23
N. T. ,... 54 Morion ..... I 2
N. T. ,... 43 Maine ...... 32
N. T. .... 5I Waukegan . . I5
N. T. ,... 47 Highland Park. I9
N. T. .... 47 Des Moines . . I9
N. T. ,... 4l Culver ...... 34
First in Suburban League
Second in S+a'Ie Meet
free style division: Bob Bennett and Ben Bricker. Bob
broke his old Suburban League record in the 100-yard free
and was a close second to Amundsen of Lane Tech in the
State 200-yard. Ben finished a good second in the Suburban
50-yard free, and was just touched out by Heinicher of Lane
Tech in the State 100-yard free style.
The 200-yard relay team, composed of Jim Mahle, Don
Lippincott, Ralph Jones and Ben Bricker, set a new Sub-
urban League record in this event and placed second in the
State Meet. This relay team won consistently throughout the
Another important part of our swimming team was the
Medley Relay team made up of Don Judson, Tom Hough
and Bob Bennett. They were first in the Suburban League
Meet, setting a new League record, and came in second in
the State Meet.
First Row-Mahle, Stubbs, Menary, Mizener, Bennett, Ellis, Lippincott, Bricker.
Second Row-Mr. Jackson-Coach, Jones, Ball, I-loetger, Brigham, Wells, Cobb, Mr. I-Iapp-Coach.
Third Row-Cooper, Fleming, Wilder, George, Sosna, Hill.
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Suburban, and placed third in the State. He was ably as-
sisted throughout the season by Wells, Williams and Idler.
Since Wells and Idler are both juniors, the outlook for the
coming season in this division is bright.
Our diving department was taken care of by Louis Ware
and Joe Bayard. Ware took first in the Suburban Meet and
fourth in the Stateg while Bayard placed second in the Sub-
urban and third in the State. All during the season these
boys put on line exhibitions.
Of the breaststrokers, Al Cobb, Co-Captain Jerry Miz-
ener, Tom Hough and Dick Buenger all lent their strength
and support to the team. An unfortunate blow was struck in
this department when Al Cobb was taken ill during the latter
part of the season, but his fellow breaststrokers took up the
cause and finished the season with a fine showing.
Our distance men, Co-Captain Menary, Bennett and
Hoetger, were an outstanding feature of the team. Hoelger
came in third in the State 200-yard race, and next year the
coaches will count on him to win a lot of races.
VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM
Wiese and Williants look pretty for the
First Row-E. B. JacksonfCoach, Stubbs, J. Wiese, L. Ware, J. Menary, J. Mizener, B. Bennett,
R. Jones, J. Hoetger, B. Brigham.
87 Second Row-V. H. Condon--Diving Coach, Idler, Ellis, C. Ball, Wilder, D. Lippincott, Mahle,
Kelly-Manager, Mr. Happ-Assistant Coach.
Third Row-R. Williams, C. Wells, L. Sosna, T. Hough, J. Bayard, D. Buenger, D. Judson,
H. Cooper, B. Bricker.
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The splash boys made quick work of the Suburban
League Meet by taking all the cups there were to be had and
making three of the four new records.
This season the squad made the longest trip in New
Trier's swimming history, traveling to Des Moines, Iowa,
where they beat the home squad by the score of 4-7 to 19.
As most of this year's team is comprised of seniors, next
year's outlook is not as bright as it was for this year, but
there are a lot of potential possibilities which are capable of
holding up our high standards, although they may not reach
the admirable status of this year's squad.
l"05A".SD0l0A Swimming evwon
Q New Trier's 1939-40 Frosh-Soph Swimming Team lived
up to the high standards which have been set by previous
teams. Although they lost the meet to Crane Tech, which
was the only nleet lost by a New Trier Frosh-Soph squad in
two years, they Hnished otherwise undefeated in all other
meets including the Suburban League championship which
was won by our Pony team.
The 200 yard relay team, composed of McKeown,
Attridge, Slamin and Seiler, was undefeated throughout the
season. The medley relay team, composed of R. Wiese,
Reece and Stubbs also made a Hne showing, winning their
event in the Suburban League meet. In the free style,
Stubbs, the Frosh-Soph Co-Captain who won a Varsity letter,
won the Suburban 50 yard sprint in 26 seconds even, break-
ing Bennett's two-year record of 26.4 seconds.
The breast stroke section was ably taken care of by
Reece, J. Cobb, and L. Lippincott. Reece won his race in the
Suburban meet, and while doing so, he broke Al Cobb's two-
year record of 33.2 seconds by finishing in nine-tenths of a
second less time.
D. Ball, R. Wiese, Spoor and Swartz made a strong back-
stroke section. Ball was our best representative backstroker
in the Suburban meet.
The diving was taken care of by Joe and Ray Anthony.
Joe won the Suburban diving championship, breaking Jack
Davisis three-year record, while Ray followed close behind.
FROSH-SOPH SWIMMING TEAM
First Row-E. B. Jackson-Coach, J. Anthony, A. Jones, Stubbs, H. Slanun G Spaulding
G. 0'Brien, J. McKeown, L. Hadley.
Second Row-V. H. Condon-Diving Coach, J. Cobb, P. Reece, D. Ball R Wiese G Davis
89 L. Lippincott, C. McNaughwn, W. Happ-Assistant Coach.
Third Row-McKearnan, Attridge, B. Cobb, D. Ellis, B. Zeddies, B. Flallavhan B Swartz T Seller
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VARSITY TRACK TEAM
First Row-Klein, Davis, D. Clark, Frei, H. Diettrich, W. Clark, McQuide, Compere, Cushman, Pickett. .
Second Row-Mr. Delaporte-Coach, Henoch, Osborne, Bryan, Mehlhope, Merkle, W. Peterson, Hill, Walker, Simp-
Third Row-Oman, Berriiiger, Warfield, Guinan, Sullivan, Redfield, Allison, Desmond, Walsh, McNitt, Hansen, Ma-
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VARSITY TRACK SCORES
New Trier ....,.. 62 York ......... 33
Triangular a+ Oair Park ..... New Trier, 2nd
New Trier ..... 70M Hammond . .33'f3
Triangular at New Trier ..... New Trier, lst
New Trier ..,.... 57 Evanston ...... 38
Suburban League Meet .... New Trier, 2nd
Quadrangular a+ Oak Park. .New Trier, 2nd
Oak Park Relays .......... New Trier, 3rd
Trier in Wheaton Relays
Trier vs. Evanston
Trier in District Meet
Trier in State Meet
Trier in Suburban Meet
Looking back on the records of the indoor track season,
we note that out of eight meets the New Trier Track Team
has won four, taken second place in three and third place
in one. Any team has reason to be proud of a record like
Starting out the season with a non-League meet, the
Cindermen showed their strength by beating the last year's
state champions, York, and almost doubling the latter's
score in the process.
Next followed a triangular meet with Oak Park and York.
The Parkers, who proved to be our main worry, walked off
with the meet, leaving our team in second place.
The next three meets gave us a promising outlook for
the Suburban League contest, since our Greenmen easily
conquered Hammond, Maine and Highland Park, and Evans-
ton in that order. But the strong Oak Parkers grabbed the
Suburban League championship, while New Trier finished
tied for second with Evanston. In a quadrangular meet with
Evanston, Highland Park and Oak Park, the Trierites again
took second place to Oak Park.
For the fourth time this year Oak Park beat out the
Greenmen and captured first place in the Oak Park Relays.
However, this was partly expected, whereas the nosing in of
Maine to capture second place by a mere three-quarters of
a point was not. This left our Cindermen in second place to
Oak Park in the League race.
At the conclusion of the indoor track season hurdler
Wendell Clark led the field in individual points. Following
are Don Klein, a promising junior, Heinie Diettrich and Dan
Sullivan. Klein is one of the top-notchers in points because
of his sprinting skill, while Captain Diettrich owes his success
to his persistence in the half mile, an event he entered after
also having been successful in the mile. Sullivan left the
high jump last year and took up pole vaulting because of the
over-abundance of good high jumpers. The stiff competition
of last year's high jumpers account for the fact that Davis
did not jump until this year. However, he gathered about as
many points as hurdler Warfield. Jim is a junior now, and
he shows promise to be a first class hurdler next year. An-
other promising junior is Dave Allison. Already a veteran
in the half mile, Dave has followed Heinie to victory many a
Following in the footsteps of his brother is Ken Cushman,
star miler, who approached Wiarfield in the point table. In
the last part of the season Ken was an important part of the
indoor two mile relay team.
The sprint division of the team has been below average
this year, probably due to the loss of many of last year's
stars. Peterson and Klein have been doing most of the
sprinting with the able assistance of Bob McNitt, Jim Guinan
and Dean Clark.
Simpson and Steel have been putting the shot and gather-
ing points here and thereg while Don Maguire and Newton
Compere are tearing up the quarter-mile after experimenting
with the mile and the half-mile. Newt has another year yet,
and will undoubtedly be one of the stars of next year's squad,
as will Jack McQuide in the high jump and Tex Bryan in the
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FROSH-SOPH TRACK SCORES
New Trier ...,... 47 York .,....... I 2
Triangular ai' Oak Park .... New Trier, 2nd
Triangular ai' New Trier ..,., New Trier, lst
New Trier ....... 39 Evanston ...... 38
Suburban League Meet .,.. New Trier, 3rd
New Trier vs. Evanston
New Trier vs. Oak Park
Suburban League Meet
The Frosh-Soph Pony Tracksters finished in third place
in the Suburban League indoor meet to bring to a close
a successful season of three firsts, one second, and one third.
Rupert Hansen took high point honors this year by his
repeated victories in both low and high hurdles. His only
associate was Barber, a freshman, who seems to be quite
skilled in this event. Hansen was one of the few sophomores
to run Varsity and he really did well. Two more freshmen
who deserve recognition are Vernon, a hurdler, and Devlin,
a sprinter, both of whom gave fine exhibitions of running, all
through the season.
The pit men played an important part in the last season.
Lloyd Freelove set a fast pace by consistently jumping over
19 feet. He was assisted by Clark and Ed Lake, who also
pole vaulted, being the only pole vaulter on the team.
John Gately and Alan Gilbert were the sole shot putters.
Both were reliable point winners in that event and are ob-
viously Varsity material.
John Lundin dominated the 660, at times assisted by
Dick Oyen. Lundin also ran an occasional Varsity half mile
or multi-lap relay, being on a winning team in the Oak Park
Relays. Mittleman, another sophomore who occasionally
ran Varsity, has been one of the fastest dash men that Coaches
Nay and Delaporte have ever turned out.
This yearis Ponies gave such a fine showing that next
year's Varsity squad cannot help but be an outstanding one.
First Row-Casterline, Ludwig, Freelove, Lake, Vernon, Evans, Hansen.
Second Row-Mr. Nay-Coach, McKeighan-Manager, Booth, Brown, Daily, Clarke,
Devlin, Herlocker, Diettrich, Smart-Manager.
Third Row-Lundin, Gately, Beuttas, Waters, Barber, Gilbert, Lippincott, Breen.
First Row-Wigglesworth, Spielmann, McIntyre, Welter, Jones, Marmaduke, Warren.
Second Row-Peterson, Price, Zick, Slamin, Schaefer, Anderson, Edenberg.
Third Row-Hopp, Naethans, Rapp, Smithers, Glade, Kusmertz, Baird, Mr. Grater-Coach
Although Coach Grater's boys had not yet played their
first game before the Echoes went to press, we are confident
that this year"s squad will be a big improvement over last
The infield is the best reason for our high expectations.
Slamin, a letterman and short-stop last year, has been shifted
to second base this year and he seems to fit better in this
spot. Bob Naethans is a first baseman who can field well and
also is one of the team's best long distance hitters. Don
Schaefer is the probable third basemang his best feature
being a good arm. At short-stop is a freshman named Mcln-
tyre who canmake hard plays look simple. Utility infielders
are Baird, Bayard and Spielmann.
The pitching situation is in the very capable hands of
Edenburg, Kusmertz, Welter, Hopp, and Glade. Of these
boys Edenburg seems to have the best possibilities, being a
good hitter as well as a good pitcher. The players who will
probably do the catching are Rapp, Wigglesworth, Warren
Coach Grater's chief problem is his outfield. He has
Peterson from last year's squad, but all outfield positions
were uncertain at the time this text was written. Warren will
probably be seen in the outfield, as well as some hitting
The main purpose of all frosh-soph teams is to build up
material for the Varsity and we can say without a doubt that
Mr. Crater did this splendidly.
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The New Trier baseball season had barely gotten under
way when the Echoes went to press, but the outlook for
the season at that point was as good as could be expected.
Due to the sudden and unfortunate death of Mr. Gott-
fried Sandvig, the coach of last year's team, the team started
the 1940 season in the hands of a new mentor, Mr. Aschen-
bach, head football coach. Because of cold and rainy
weather and insufficient time for preparation of the season's
schedule, the opener against Highland Park had to be post-
poned by the coach, but the two games already played, both
against Niles Center, came out very successfully for the
In the initial contest at Niles Center the Terriers came
out on the long end of a 5 to 2 score. In the next game
of the two game series the Greenmen overwhelmed the
Centerites, 16 to 2. These scores indicate the potential
offensive and defensive powers of this season's team.
The line-ups for both of these games are somewhat in-
dicative of the probable regulars throughout the season.
The pitching staff problems have been put on the capable
shoulders of Hopp, Dean, Fuller and Cleveland. To date
the most skilled members of this quartet have been Hopp
and Dean. The combined staff has allowed only four runs,
which shows promise of our having one of the best pitching
outfits in the league. The receiving end of the batteries is
made up of Fred Quick and juniors McGurk and Conant.
Both Quick and McGurk are top-notch hitters. The in-
field, in the eyes of '4Asch,', is the most dependable part of
the team in defense.
At the hot corner on third base Bob Dewey, a retuming
player of last year's team, seems to have things pretty well
under control, with Ed Rugen giving his very able assist-
ance. Near the keystone sack Captain Bob Lindberg is
performing ably as shortstop, while juniors Chuck Stillman
and Bob Cleveland are holding down the second base bag.
At first base Bab Shaer, regular from last year's team, again
First Row-Fountain, Smith, Reisner, Mueller, Brown, Nitto, Shimp, Schwietert, Van Horne, Wig-
Second Row-Quick, Fuller, Mark, Enright, Parliament, Redfield, Ambler, Baer, Greenblatt,
Third Row-Conant, Rothermel, Hopp, Cleveland, McGurk, Dean, Stillman, Lindberg, Dewey,
Schaer, Mr. Aschenhach-Coach.
has been installed. Dick Fuller will take over in case of any
need for such a change.
Patrolling the garden for the Greenmen will be an untried
bunch of hustlers who show signs of giving the Terriers
good fly-chasing this Spring. In outfielders Rothermel,
Bayard and Baptista, all seniors, the team has a trio of slug-
gers. Sophomore Rodney Schweger, who has been pro-
moted from the Frosh-Soph, is one of the most powerful
hitters on the squad, and up to now he has accounted for
a goodly number of the teamis hits.
In the two games to date the pill has been pounded well
by our boys, with Quickehitting' the firsthomer of'the season
and Shaer slapping out the second. Captain Lindberg is
probably the most dependable hitter, with others mentioned
above almost on a par.
Of course, the Suburban League competition will be
a tough fight all along, with Morton, the defending cham-
pions, and Proviso providing keen opposition. If the Ter-
riers demonstrate the hustle and fight which is character-
istic of all our squads, they will have a fine chance to snatch
the League crown this year.
The prospects for next year are very good with many
juniors vying for regular positions and showing great abil-
ity all around. Those for this year seem quite good to all
observers, including Coach Aschenbach.
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New Trier vs. Bensenville
New Trier . McHenry
New Trier . Highland Park
New Trier . Evanston
New Trier vs. Lake Forest
New Trier in District Golf Meet
New Trier . Waukegan
New Trier State Finals
New Trier . Oak Park
New Trier . Morton
New Trier Suburban League
New Trier . Proviso
New Trier . McHenry
New Trier . Bensenville
New Trier . Lake Forest
New Trier . Culver
At the beginning of the Golf Season this year it looked as
if the team had a good chance of equaling the unblemished
League record of the 1939 squad. Even at this early time
Coach Aram spoke in a very optimistic manner and seemed
to think that there was more than just a bare possibility of
the teamis finishing the season on the top rungs of the Sub-
urban League ladder.
In the try-outs for the 1940 season there were eleven
players who rounded the links in well under ninety strokes,
and these boys make up the personnel of this year's team.
The squad's new members were Bob Chew, Bill Hohlfelder,
Oscar Olson, Pat Petti, Bob Montenero, Ozzie Redfield and
Don Wilson. The fact that there are four experienced letter-
men, Gordon Sibley, Peter and Aldo Mazzetta and Richard
Sachse, who are returning this year makes the goal of an
undefeated season come exceedingly closer to our grasp.
The fact that eight of these boys are seniors gives a not
too favorable outlook for next yearis season, as there will
only be three experienced men to keep our school in the high
The first two meets, which were the only ones held before
the Echoes went to press, were against Bensenville and Mc-
Henry, and our boys won them both by scores of 13M to IVZ
and 16 to 2, respectively.
First Row-A. Mazzetta, Montanaro,
I-Iohlfelder, Wilson, Petti, P. Mazzetta.
Second Row-Mr. Aram-Coach, Olson,
Sibley, Sachse, Chew, Redfield, Hall.
First Row-Goodrich, Platt, Schuttler,
Weisberg, Atwater, Burlingame.
Second Row-Strauss-Manager, Stran-
sky, Steif, Liebschutz, Hall, Kreer,
Third Row-Sibley, Reebie, Watts, Pe-
tersen, Greenberg, Mcliahan, Welch.
The Tennis Season this year had not yet begun until
after the Echoes had already been sent to press. For this rea-
son the actual ability of the team cannot be discussed prop-
erly in this text. However, anyone who has watched the boys
try out must admit that the team has a good chance to ap-
proach, if not reach and surpass, the high standards of past
This yearis tennis coach, Mr. Clader, an experienced man
in this sport, states that there is a possible deficiency in the
doubles department. The singles section of the squad may
make up for this deficiency, however, if one can judge skill
before the acid test of close competition takes place.
It is not very probable that there will be many really out-
standing singles men, but perhaps the team as a whole will
be good enough to give an average showing on the desired
high level. In close competition the team may even surpass
present expectations and surprise us all.
The boys who are in the highest standing, and therefore
make up the nucleus of the team, are Pete Kreer, Bob Davis,
Addis Jones, Joe Anthony, Howe Atwater, Paul Greenberg,
Dave Hall, Richard Weisberg, Bill Steif, John Shafer, Bob
Burlingame and Bob Bennett.
The fact that there are only three seniors mentioned
above means that there will be a good number of experienced
players to uphold the prestige of old N. T. in 1941.
Trier vs Loyola
Trier vs Evanston
Trier vs Proviso
Trier vs Highland Park
Trier vs. Maine
Trier vs Waukegan
Trier vs. Morton
Trier vs. Maine
Trier vs. Loyola
Trier vs. Oak Park
The Intra-Mural Sports Administration has gone through
another year, and in many ways this year was one which the
I-M organization may look back on with much pride in
future moments of reverie. The school year 1939-1940
was one of exceedingly high enrollment in all Intra-Mural
activities, and this fact is certainly a fine indication of how
well the Sports Administration succeeded in one of its main
efforts: that of getting as many boys into sports activities
This achievement was due almost entirely to the efforts
of Mr. DeForrest Showley, chief of Intra-Mural activities, and
his Sports Club. Mr. Showley's hard-working student assist-
ant was Bill Misch who was the junior Intra-Mural manager,
and, up to the latter part of the year, acted as senior man-
ager, too. Hans Brand, high-point member of the Sports
Club and eflicient sports official, has obtained the position of
senior Intra-Mural manager, and up to the end of the year
has been of great assistance to Mr. Showley and Bill.
In touch football last Fall Mr. Nay's senior adviser room
succeeded in beating the late Mr. Sandvig,s team, which is
now under the wing of Mr. Lauer, and then taking on the
junior champions, Mr. Bridges' boys, and obliging the lat-
ter team to be satisfied with school runner-up position.
While the thermometer was low in the wintry months,
The Nay boys again triumphed, and it was over Mr. Lauer's
team, to secure their second title of the year. This time it
was the heavyweight basketball championship. The Lauer
adviser room was not to be daunted, however, for their
lightweight team paid no heed to their heavier brothers'
loss, and they went on to win the lightweight basketball
championship of the school from Mr. McKinnie's freshman
In the second water rugby season in New Trier Intra-
Mural history Mr. Nay's splash boys conquered all senior
comers. In the sophomore class Mr. Gadske's team beat
that of Mr. Hoskins and did likewise to the other sophomore
teams. Up to the time this text was written only the soph-
omore and senior tournaments were played off.
In volley ball this year there was a record enrollment of
over 630 boys participating. On the Friday before Spring
vacation Mr. Ream's team came from behind and beat both
the Nay team and, until then, undefeated Jackson team. On
the Monday following the vacation Ream's team again beat
Jackson's and thus made themselves senior champions. Mr.
Showley made the statement that the games between Ream,s
and Jackson,s teams were the finest examples of high school
volley ball he had ever seen. In the inter-class series Mr.
Reamis boys again triumphed, this time undefeated all the
way through, and Mr. Waters' junior players were left in
the position of school runners-up. That is as far as the team
sports had proceeded up to the time of this write-up.
In the individual contests none of the Spring tourneys
had been played far enough along for mention in this write-
up, but all others had been played off. Last Fall there was a
series of contests called Football Skills. In the passing for
accuracy junior Don Hamley was best with 44 points. There
was a tie between junior Bob Ellis and senior Bob Bennett
in the contest to see who was the most accurate punter in the
school. There was a tie in the drop-kicking division, also,
which was between Bob Cleveland and Rigo Marchini, both
boys having totaled 40 points. The boy who punted the pig-
skin the longest distance in the air was Edwin Brown, one of
Mr. Aschenbachis advisees, who booted it 44 yards.
Gilbert Schmidt, a sophomore in Mr. Condon's room,
won the singles tournament in horseshoes. Paul Greenberg,
a junior, beat Bob Davis, a sophomore, for the tennis singles
championship. Gilbert Schmidt chalked up another cham-
pionship title for himself when he beat Bob Chew, a junior
in golf last Fall. In the table tennis singles tourney Paul
Greenberg defeated another junior, Jordan Tark, for the
title. Stewart Buhai and Paul Greenberg made up a winning
table tennis doubles team which beat the team of Lewis and
Mann last Fall to snatch the championship in this sport.
As Winter crept up on us, Stephen Chase defeated
Stewart Buhai for the badminton singles title, and Harold
Langford, a Waters man, beat Ted Kassel of Mr. Happ's
room to obtain the title of best handball singles player in
ADVISER ROOM INTRA-MURAL ATHLETIC MANAGERS
First Row-Cordts, Kaufmann, Freundlich, Smith, Bassler, Gub-
bins, Borre, Shaw, Crepas, Jones, Osborne, Ludwig, Buck.
Second Row-Boyle, Jorjorian, Edwards, Storner, Kent, Anderson,
Chase, Korra, David, Barber, Gatling, Waters, Evans, Jorgenson.
Third Row-Sibley, Janows. Wood, Rapp, Coons, Fuessle. Mona-
rhan, Seddon, Flaflavhan, Edmonds, I-Ioetger, Kidd, Boyle, Has-
I.M. FOOTBALL CHAMPS
First Row-Henoch, Sachse, Koerber, Tentler, Watts, Hill.
Second Row-Crowder, Stransky, Seddon, Will, Mockler, Monta-
I.M. BASKETBALL SCHOOL CHAMPS
First Row-Sachse, Seddon, Henoch, Montanaro.
Second Row-Cloud, Hohlfelder, Stransky, Koerber.
SENIOR VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS
First Row-Moon, Borregaard, Kriebel, Wilson.
Second Row-Fisher, Wiese, Brigham.
JUNIOR-SENIOR SPEEDBALL TEAM
First Row-M. Sesterhenn, P. Crawford, R. Lee, B. Ross,
M. A. James, F. Bom-land.
Second Row-V. Thompson, M. L. Cormack, V. Huck,
R. Halley, M. Meinig, F. Wagner.
ILLINOIS SPEEDBALL TEAM
First Row-S. Moulton, I. Terzakes, R. Halley, M. L.
Mexni M. L. Cormack
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0 To become a member of the Girls' Athletic Association,
a girl must have accumulated at least 100 points. Five
points are awarded to a girl each time she comes out for
any sport. Ten points are given for a position on a first
team, and five, if she is on a second team. Initiation is late
in the Spring. This year a plan slightly modified from last
yearis was tried with success. Awards are also given for
300, 600, and 800 points.
One of the most popular fall sports was hockey, headed
by Betty Kletzien. After adviser room games, class teams
were chosen. From tryouts in which girls from every class
participated, two teams were chosen. These teams were
named Northwestern and Illinois. In hockey, the North-
western girls were victorious.
Speedball began early in September with Betty Ross as
the head. First and second teams were organized for the
freshmen and sophomores and a combined team for juniors
and seniors. After five good fast games the Junior-Senior
Team came out on top. The best players from all classes
were chosen for the Northwestern and Illinois teams. This
year, after a hard fight, Illinois emerged victorious to claim
the honors that ofiicially ended the season.
There was a large turnout for tennis this year, large
enough for a tennis team to be started for freshmen and
sophomores. A doubles tournament was held in which
Jeanne Persson and Carol Hill were the winners. The head
of tennis, Marion Woolhiser won the senior singles tourna-
ment, J oy Smith, the junior, and Polly Kuby, the sophomore.
JUNIOR-SENIOR HOCKEY TEAM
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Second, Row-M. MacArthur, P. Cogswell, M. Mehlhope, First Row-B. Glenn, M. Stem, M. Keete, M. B. Grail,
M A, James, P. Crawford, K. Marx, J. Edwards, B. Pettee, K. Phillxpsborn.
Riding, under Jean Putman, was held in the Fall and the
Spring. The girls were divided into three classes, beginners,
intermediates, and advanced. Until a girl shows her abil-
ities she is put in the beginners group. The girls rode at
the Northbrook Saddle Club. In the Spring a horse show
was held in which any girl who had taken riding at New Trier
Golf, with Barbara Ragsdale as its head, was offered
during both Spring and Fall quarters. Because of uncertain
Fall weather, most of the practices were in the field house.
In the Spring, the girls played Thursday afternoons at school
and Saturday mornings at Techny Field.
The basketball quarter, with Jane Edwards as head, got
under way with a bang. The juniors and seniors chose
teams. After hearty practice games were played, the inter-
class tournaments were started. They ended with the jun-
iors as uchampsw of the school. To finish up the season,
an enthusiastic game between faculty and junior class
champs was held. With the aid of a cheering crowd of
both faculty and students, the students overpowered the
good-natured faculty without much trouble.
Clogging again had a new instructor in Mrs. Wells. The
whole season was spent this year in preparing a dance that
was presented at the G. A. A. banquet. Val Adams, head
of clogging, helped in selecting the teams.
The Rhythms' program was presented in March. The
instructor, Miss Stone, worked out a lecture dance, which
was illustrated by the rhythms' classes. The groups were
TELEGRAPHIC SWIMMING TEAM
First Row-M. Graff, M. Scheiner, B. Kletzien, P. Mullins,
J. Green, P. Kuby. B. Pettee, P. Crawford.
NORTHWESTERN HOCKEY TEAM
First Row-S. Hazelet, B. Pomeroy, R. Reichmann, S
Danley, M. Leach, S. Robertson, M. Keefe, L. Kunze
D. Nitles, P. Kaempfer, M. Graff, K. Marx, B. Pettee
Second new-J. Phillips, B. Bowen, N. Mcxearnan, J. SENIOR SWIMMING TEAM
Cloyd, E. Levy, R. Hackett, M. Stein, B. Ramser, F. First Row-B. Ross, M. Graft, P. Crawford, R. Hackett
Neilson. B. Pettee, J. Green.
composed of advanced, intermediate, and junior classes.
Early in March a group of girls went to Morton High School
for a dance symposium. They gave a dance and were given
instruction by well known modern dancers. Frannie Wag-
ner with the assistance of Frannie Bourland planned a very
With Mr. Lehman, new instructor and Vera Gere, head
of sport, rifiery advanced steadily. All awards were re-
ceived through the National Association in Washington. The
freshmen and sophomores proved the most enthusiastic
Marty Stein had a busy year as head of swimming. The
year ended up with the "water pageant" late in May. For
the first time in several years, New Trier came in behind
Peoria in the Telegraphic Meet. The girls took a close second.
The sophomores won the class championship with the juniors
as second, then the freshmen, and last but not least, the
Friday afternoons, the gyms and field house were opened
for recreational sports. Badminton, shuifleboard, horse-
shoes, darts, and other individual sports were offered. With
Mrs. Abbott as sponsor and Barbara Pettee as head, the pro-
gram proved very successful.
Volleyball was headed by Barbara Larson. After prac-
tice games, class teams were chosen. The juniors came out
on top, by defeating the sophomores. Pat Wiltberger led
the Junior Team to victory.
Baseball and Spring seem to be synonymous and this
Spring a large number of girls turned out for this sport.
This year, baseball was headed by Jeanne Stube, with Mrs.
Wells as instructor. At the end of the season class teams
were chosen and a tournament was played.
With May came La Crosse. Gerry Langford headed these
players. The freshmen and seniors played the juniors and
sophomores in an inter-class tournament.
First Row-Stekol, Porter, Gaffney, Ungaro, Hartke, Day, Mitchel.
Second Row-Wyman, Meyers, Raymond, Lucas, Keefer, Stern, Goldstein.
First Row-Henderson, Chancellor, Browne.
Second Row-Lamb, Kaempfer, Steele, Miller.
Third Row-Leach, Schipfer, Langford, Chalmers.
First Row-Mitchel, Lamb, Breretaon.
Second Row-Cummings, Carlson.
First Row-Kaempfer, Henderson, Lamb, Miller, Steele, Bowen.
Second Row-Kuby, Schipfer, Chancellor, Robertson, Mehlhope, Carlson.
First Row-Buehler, Steen, Wiltberger.
Second Row-Eberhart, Clark, Ragsdale, Quinlan.
First Row - Johnston, Good-
now, Wagner, F a r w ell
Thompson, Rennacker, Mit
chell, Boone, Stephens.
Second Row - Bourland
James, Meyer, Farr, Tuttle
S t a r b u c k, Best, Murray
First Row - Neilson, Graff,
Pettee, Edwards, Keefe.
First Row-Thogersen, Ran-
stead, Larson, S t e p h e n s,
Adams, Schipfer, Burt.
Second Row - Horween
Didier, Tilton, Carlson, Boone
Baron, McCall, Brenchley.
First Row-Steffens, Thomp-
son, Larson, Sesterhenn.
Second Row-Broemel, Marx,
CLASS WINNERS IN
First Row-Kracha, Neilson,
Second Row-Chiquoine, Ed-
wards, Kuby, Hill, Smith.
First Row-Powell, Michael,
Becker, Browne, Stein.
Second Row-Penfield, Mar-
wick, Grossberg, Cogswell,
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First Row-Williams, J. Wilson, Stephens, Smith, M. Jones, Klagstad, Badger, Buenger.
Second Row-Holland, Frei, Starrett, Strauss, T. Wilson, Weil, Zick, Brown, McCandlisah, Steif, Van Horne, Lang,
Third Row-Quinlan, Biser, Stevens, Wagner, I-Iayson, Reimann, Clavey, Ranstead, Neef, Schlung, Glenn, McCue,
Keefe, Lenney, Mattoon.
Fourth Row--Huck, I-loesli, Marx, I-I. Jones, Persson, Lee, Kirscht, Pettee, Lukens, Schwall, Nelson, Larson, Pierson,
Halley, Adams, Woolhiser, Hill, Crawford, Widen, Gratf, Stoerk.
Fifth Row-Anderson, H. Petersen, Lindberg, McCoy, P. Petersen, J. Walker, Christerson, Fischer, Prins, Olmsted,
Landis, S. Walker, Sweeney, Peterson, Crowder, Tellis, Wiese, Kriebel, I-lopp, Maxwell.
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I The Honor Society is the ultimate goal of those who hope
for high scholastic records. Again this year the students of
New Trier have upheld the high scholastic standing of the
school by admitting to this group 37 seniors, 44 girls and
43 boys, the largest number in its history.
Only students whose averages are in the upper tenth
or over 3.20 are admitted to the Honor Society. To this type
of student goes the credit for making our scholastic standing
what it is today.
Each year the senior boy whose four year average has
been the highest receives the Dernehl Award, given hy Mr.
and Mrs. Dernehl in memory of their son, John, who died
very suddenly in 1932. At that time John was the ranking
senior. This year the award was won by William Anderson
and Paul Kelly as the result of a tie. The Harvard Book
Award goes to the ranking junior.
Q The Honor Groups at New Trier are an outgrowth of the
grading system adopted 15 years ago. Students with an
average of 3.20 or over for a semester's work are admitted
to one of these groups. Although there is no senior honor
group, the seniors this year had 138 students of Honor Roll
average, the greatest number of any of the classes. The
freshmen were next with 128 and the juniors and soph-
omores had 107 and 97' respectively.
As recognition for high scholarship in the lower classes,
the Honor Groups are very successful.
JUNIOR HONOR GROUP
First Row-Humphrey, Degen. Smith. Gaffney. Schweitert, McNaughton. Green, French, Helke, David, Buhai, Stein
Finney, Fager, Mosser, Ball, Canning.
Second Row--Thompson, Jeffreys, Dalstrom. Ungaro, Rubel. Craig, Bachmann, Guthridge, Wolf, M. A. Lafferty
L. Fox, M. J. Laffcrty, V. Koch, M. Olson, Kracha, Bray, Welborn, Ransdell, Henricks, Redfield, Marshall, Claar, Katz
Third Row-Smith. Cummings, Olson, Aubineau. Lindstrom, Robinson, Sipp. Wyman. Bizer. Shervington, Roemer, Fisher
Stube. James, Bourland, Ross, Cooper, Johnston, Christensen. Stoetzel. Wolff. Boston. Ludden, Beeler. Lyman, Hinman
Kern, Beach, Becker, Sheppard. Kletzien.
Fourth Row-Wuichet. Wolsey, Trienens. Walworth. Farrar. Meyers, Child. Carruth, Gordon, Farmer. Guy, Foust, Long
Collier. Octigan, Riley, Platt, Aishton. Allen, Alfvin. Monahan. Kilner, Ellis, Hubachek, Michael. Arms, Kahn, Davis
SOPHOMORE HONOR GROUP
First Row-Drucker, Fisher. Merkle, Allrich, Moore, Schultz, Abrams, Finnigan, Aldrich, Macdonald. Plamondon,
Stade, Allison, Lebeson, Bryson, Eberle, Schmidt.
Second Row-Menden, Starrett, Davies, Warner. Woolf. Booze. Jarvis. Sutherland, Warren, Fox. Lammers. Moulding,
Lamb, Farwell. Kaempfer. Frei, Ehrlich, Harshaw, Lundberg, Smith E., Lipman, McElroy, Raymond, Strauss.
Third Row-Broemel, Kuby, Butler, Leech. Dawson, Yust, Tranzi, Yates, Baker, Cassell, Bond, Borregaard, Carpenter,
Kuhn, Carlson, Sperry, Dunn, Hoffman, I-Iolway, Pickett, Small, Thornton, Meacham, Tuttle, Lukens.
Fourth Row-Rosenberg. Manson, Pagliarulo. Marshall, Hildebrand, Wright, Lutter, Morehouse, Edmonds. Mestjian,
Geraurd, Steitz, Bower. Rapp, Berlin, Johnson, Carey, Smith, McAfee, Cobb, Freelove, Seiler. Shafer, Glenn, Chase,
FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP
First Row-Goodrich, Towle, Elliff, Mills, Huettel, Fuidge, Stineman, Kramer, Watt, Loeb, G. Anderson, D. Anderson
Mosser, Bishop, Murphy, Danner, Kraetsch.
Second Row-Crocker. Nix, Tenney, Rubich, Thompson, Forstall, Miner, Schrieffer, Rigler, Claar, Davis, Darley
Ludovice, Beinlich, Vernon, Niggemeyer, Fischer. Pancoe. Deily, Gourlcy.
Third Row-Lewis, Tudon, Horwcen, Drey, Brown. Jackson. Frische, Siegfried, Armitage. Neiglick, Sabin. Dewey.
Kirschbraun, Barnett, Cody, Buhai, Bergstrand. Von Glahn. Odh, Chapin, Raymer, 0'Conor, Wagener.
Fourth Row-Kamerman, Davis, Pederson. Foldi, Grossberg, Homan, Johnson. Lindberg, Wachter, Rygel, Walker
Eldridge, N. King, M. King, KixMiller, Wallach, Billings, Snulman, Wiegman, Kemp, Russell, Van Horne, Krohl, Hay:
son. Ives, Matson. Blake, Cahn, Brewer, Jones, Steitz, Judson.
Fifth Row-Strasser, Geppert. Stiles, Zander. Wiese, Royce, DeClerque, Schmick, Kassel, Pettee, Cohn, Slayton, Beebe,
Zehr. G. Davis, Markus. Mathias. Blair, Bruce. Walter, Blackburn, Miller. Cahn, Gross, Thatcher, Smith, Jerrard,
DE'Vlil'l. 3I0l'21lld, COIBITIHII.
T. N. T.
First Row-Adams, Chancellor, Schipfer, Weishaar, Duncombe, Bray, Glenn, Neilson, Rosenheim, Pierson, Neef, Bow-
en, Crawford, Pittman.
Second Row-W. Dodds, Stillman, Rodger, Cushman, Goodnow, Smith, Wuichet, Brown, Ross, Cleary, Frye, Nelson,
Graff, Pettee, Woolhiser, C. Hill, G. Ellis, M. Hill, T. Wilson.
w-MacKenzie, Roth, Buenger, Starrett, J. Wilson, Steif, Mahle, Holland, Reebie, Frei, B. Ellis, Wiese, Ball,
R. Dodds, McNitt, Kriebel, Meyers, Watts.
T. N. T. Members
T. N. T. is a purely honorary society. It gives the only
formal recognition New Trier affords to students who have
served their school in the various extra-curricular activities.
To be elected to T. N. T. a student must have a record of
conscientious and sustained participation in several activities.
Only the most prominent workers in school are elected be-
cause T. N. T. does not attempt to recognize all the services
rendered the school, it only tries to recognize the most out-
standing work done by juniors and seniors. Because of this,
T. N. T. is considered the highest honor which any New Trier
student can attain, aside from the Tri-Ship and D.A.R.
awards, which are won by only two students. The name
T. N. T. comes from the Latin phrase Tenax, Nobilis, Tri-
umphans, which means steadfast, noble, and victorious.
The oflicers this year have been Bill Dodds, president,
Gordon Laughead, vice-president, and Joan Goodnow, secre-
tary-treasurer. They were chosen last Spring by the other
members also elected to T. N. T. as juniors. Mr. Windoes
and Miss Hadden are the faculty sponsors of T. N. T.
The 14 seniors who were elected as juniors last year met
and deliberated long hours this Spring considering the quali-
fications of fellow students for T. N. T. Then they elected
26 additional seniors and 14 juniors. These were chosen be-
cause the active members considered that they had been the
most outstanding students in extra-curricular activities and
had made the greatest contributions to their school.
Aside from perpetuating T. N. T. by elections every
Spring and the T. N. T. party held every year after the awards
are given, the organization is non-active and purely honorary.
Ze .gznior for . . .
Class of 1940, you will never be forgotten. You have
instilled in New Trier new ideas and superior methods to
meet the changing needs of the passing of' time. You in-
augurated the reorganized Student Council and Tri-Ship
Club. You proposed and developed the Managers Corps.
You staged a superb Talent Show. You innovated the Stu-
dent Forum. Certainly such deeds will long be remembered.
Following the precedent set by the Class of 1939 you
held your "Hop," which turned out to be one of the finest
in the history of the school, at the Edgewater Beach Hotel.
From your midst two students were chosen as being
the two whose services were the most beneficial to the school
and who best typified the qualities of good citizenship. These
two admirable personalities were Bill Dodds, who received
the Tri-Ship Award, and Jeanne Cleary, to whom was pre-
sented the D.A.R. Award.
Class of 1940, you have shown that you are prepared
for the outside world. You have clamored for democracy.
You have taken a great interest in school affairs and have
formed your own opinions, but more than that you have
expressed those ideas. Lastly, you have proven by four
years of successful study that you are mentally prepared
to progress into other fields.
You leave behind you a wake so colored and embellished
with outstanding events that it cannot be dimmed by the in-
evitable passing of time. You will go on into other walks of
life, but your memory of New Trier will never be lost. Like-
wise., New Trier cannot forget you. You and she are insep-
arable. Together you rise or fall. Her success depends on
you as your training has depended on her.
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Mary ,Jane Adams
U "Janie," Wilmette: G.A.A. 1,23
Biology Club 23 German Club 43
Girls' Career Club 43 Riverside
High School lg Chicago Normal.
Valerie Jean Adams
U "Val," Wilmette: T.N.T. 4g
Honor Society 43 Honor Group
1,2,3,43 Student Council Repre-
sentative 23 Student Relations
Committee 23 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 33 Financial Chairman 43
Publicity Committee 3g G.A.A.
1,2,3,43 Clogging 33 Head 43 Num-
erals 33 300 Point Award 2g
"Knave of Hearts" lg "Trelawny
of the Wells" 43 Glee Club 13
Junior Music Club lg President 23
Senior Music Club 3,43 Service
Club 3,43 French Club 2,3,43
President 43 Dramatic Club 132,
3,43 Secretary 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Inklings Contributor 3g
"Le Flambeau" Editor 43 Verse
Speaking Choir 43 Study Hall
Supervisor 43 Northwestern.
Shirley June Allen
U Glenview: Moser Business Col-
Esther Teresa Alonzi
U "S," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 43 "Enchant-
ed April" 43 Dramatic Club 43
Lens Club 43 Senior Girls' Oiiice
Service Staff 43 lmmaculata 1g
Florence Edna Altman
U Evanston: German Club 23 Lens
Club 33 Knitting Club 43 Girls'
Career Club 43 Gregg Business
U "Bobbie," Winnetka: Evanston
Hospital School of Nursing.
Marshall Nels Anderson
U "Marsh," Winnetka: Football
2,3,43 Letter 23 Junior Varsity
Letter 43 Glee Club 13 Boys'
Career Club 43 University of llli-
Richard Wendell Anderson
U "Andy," Wilmette: University
Robert Harry Andersen
U "Andy," Kenilworth: Football
13 Glee Club 13 San Diego Army
and Navy Academy 2.
William Lippincott Anderson
U "Bill," Winnetka: Honor Group
3,43 Swimming 43 Rifle Club 43
Boys' Career Club 43 Badminton
Club 43 Door Guard 43 North-
U Kenilworth: Social Committee
33 Lens Club 2,33 Chess Club 33
Lake View 13 Grinnell.
Virginia Gail Anthony
U "Ginger," Kenilworth: G.A.A.
Awards Committee 33 Art League
3,43 Sketch Club 3,43 Rockford.
Jeanne Mervyn Arbogast
U "Jeannie," Winnetka: Service
Club 43 Travel Club 43 Career
Club 43 Lower Merion Senior
High School 1,2,33 Colby.
Harriette Louise Armstrong
U "Hattie," Wilmette: Glee Club
1,2,3,43 Commerce Club 4.
U "Huldy," Wilmette: G.A.A. 3,
43 Knitting Club 43 Book Club
43 Travel Club 43 Career Club 43
University of Illinois.
Mary Helen Arns
U "Sis," Wilmette: Treble Clef
2,33 Glee Club 3g Career Club 43
James Modeling School.
Audrey Marie Aveyard
U Wilmette: Lens Club 43 Mary-
wood 1,2333 Colorado College.
Frank Kelly Badger
U "Kelly," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,23 Tri-
Sbip Room Committee 43 Infor-
mation Desk 43 "Chimes of Nor-
mandy" 23 "Pinafore" 33 Choir
2,3,43 Ensemble 33 Glee Club 13
Senior Music Club 3,43 Stamp
Club 13 Chess Club 43 Boys'
Career Club 43 News Staff 13
U "Lula Belle," Glencoe: Swim-
ming 43 Hartford High School 13
Bergor High School 2.
James Stuart Bailey
U "Buster," Winnetka.
Maxwell R. Baker
U 6'Max," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Representative 33 University of
Charles Allis Ball
U "Chick," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Representative 43 Door Guard 43
Swimming 2,3,43 Nautical Club
Robert Charles Baptista
U "Bap," Winnetka: Honor Group
2,33 Tri-Ship Representative 33
Basketball 2,3,43 Letter 2,3,43
Baseball 33 Swimming 13 School
Free Throw Champ 13 Study Hall
Supervisor 33 Hampten-Sidney.
U "Cart," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Student Aid 43 Usher Corps 43
Class Social Committee 23 "Wake
Up, Jonathan" 13 Nautical Club
1.2,3,43 President 43 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3.43 Lens Club 1,23 Rifle
Club 43 News Staff 3,43 Yale.
Robert Eugene Barber
U "Bal," Glenview: Door Guard
43 Commerce Club 4g Minnesota.
Katherine Ann Barnett
U "Taffy," Glencoe: Honor Group
33 Student Council Publications
Committee 43 Student Council
.Representative 43 Class Social
Committee 33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43
Treble Clef Club 23 Second Glee
Club 33 French Club 23 Lens Club
23 Girls' Career Club 43 News
Staff 33 Study Hall Supervisor 43
Robert Glenn Bartlett
U "Bob," Wilmette: Broadcasting
U "Bobbie," Winnetka: "Pina-
fore" 33 "Pirates oi Penzance" 43
First Glee Club 23 Choir 3343 Jun-
ior Music Club 23 Senior Music
Club 3,43 G.A.A. 43 "Warpin'
Warf" 23 "Mr. Scrooge" 33
"Trelawny of the Wells" 43 Dra-
matic Club 2,3,43 Broadcasting
Club 2,3,43 Highland Park 1.
Louise Lillian Baumiller
U "Mouse," Wilmette: Science
Club 43 Art League 13 Presby-
U Glencoe: G.A.A. 13 Life Sav-
ing 1,23 Lens Club 1,23 Natural
Science Club 2,33 Musicale 2.33
Archeology Club 33 French Club
33 lnklings Staff 3.
James N. Bay
U "Jim," Kenilworth: Aviation
Club 13 Northwestern.
Joseph Lambert Bayard
U "Pud," Winnetka: Usher Corps
43 Door Guard 33 Football 1.23.43
Letter 2.43 Swimming 1.2.3,4: Let-
ter 2,3,4: Baseball 1.23.43 Letter
23 Glee Club 13 Boys' Career Club
U "Pepi," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Representative 43 Girls' Club Fi-
nancial Committee 4: G.A.A. 2.
3.43 Rhythms 1.2.33 Clogging 3:
Art League 1,2,33 Sketch Club
1.2.33 Girls' Career Club 4: Travel
Club 43 French Club 43 Colorado
Doris Margaret Beggs
U "Dudsie," Wilmette: Glee Club
2.33 Treble Clef Club 1: Span-
ish Club 2,3: Science Club 3.4:
Musicale 33 Girls' Career Club 4.
Lewis George Beinlich
Mary Elizabeth Belding
U Glencoe: Girls' Club Arrange-
ments Committee 43 Treble Clef
Club 33 Glee Club 43 Lens Club
23 French Club 3: Book Club 3.4:
Girls' Career Club 43 Study Hall
Supervisor 43 Northwestern.
U Winnetka: Honor Group 1,2,3,
43 Girls' Club Arrangements Com-
mittee 43 French Club 3,43 Lens
Club 33 Radcliffe.
Marv Dorothy Belmont
U Winnetka: G.A.A. 13 LaCrosse
1,23 Soccer 13 Basketball 1,23
Baseball 1,23 Commerce Club
Ralph Gustar Bendel
U Winnetka: lnformation Desk 43
lowa State College.
Leonard W. Bennett
U "Carp," Glenview: Rifle Club 1.
Robert Case Bennett
U "Bob," Highland Park: Stu-
dent Council Representative 23
Chairman Building and Grounds
33 Information Desk 43 Traffic
Squad 33 Usher Corps 33 Tri-
Ship Representative 13 Publicity
Committee 33 Vice-President 43
Class Social Committee 33 Swim-
ming 1,2,3,43 Letter 1.2,3,43 Frosh-
Soph Co-Captain 23 Tennis 233,43
Guard 1,2,3,43 Echoes Staff 33
News Staff 33 Lagniappe 43
Scriblerus Club 3,43 Swing Club
33 Boys' Career Club 3,43 Michi-
Nancy ,Jean Berblinger
U "Nance," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 23 G.A.A. 3,43
"Pinafore" 33 Glee Club 23 En-
semble 33 Lagniappe 43 Quill
Club 13 President 13 Rifle Club
13 Spanish Club 33 Junior Music
Club 1,23 Book Club 43 Knitting
Club 4: Verse Speaking Choir 43
Bertil G. Bergquist
U "Bert," Kenilworth: Illinois
Jeanne Sinclair Best
U Wilmette: G.A.A. 2,3,43 Soccer
25 Hockey 43 Rhythms 43 Treble
Clef 23 Sketch Club 2,3,43 Art
League 43 Arlington Hall.
Marion Catherine Biederer
U "Sis," Glenview: Commerce
Club 43 Mallinckrodt 1,23 North-
U "Sunny," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2,33 Girls'
Club Representative 23 Friendly
Committee 43 Service Club 43
French Club 2,3,43 Goucher Col.
U Wilmette: Senn High 1,233.
Elisabeth Ayers Black
U "Betty," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Representative 43 French Club 43
Travel Club 43 Girls' Career Club
43 News Staff 43 Colorado College.
Charles Claiborne Blackwell
U 'i.lim," Wilmette: Rifle Club 23
Science Club 3,43 Libertyville
High School 13 Northwestern.
Adeline Elizabeth Blaesing
U "Blondie," Glenview: Treble
Clef 23 German Club 3,43 Moser
Paula Marie Bliss
U Glencoe: Honor Group 13 Girls'
Club Representative 13 Girls' Club
Financial Committee 13 Soccer 13
Numerals 13 Treble Clef Club 13
Glee Club 23 Choir 3,43 Ensgm.
ble 43 "Pinafore" 33 "Pirates of
Penzance" 43 Quill Club 1,23
French Club 3,43 Senior Music
Club 43 Book Club 43 President
43 Scriblerus 43 Inklings Con-
tributor 1,233,43 Radcliffe.
Anita Katinka Blum
U "Aneet," Wilmette: German
Club 2,3,43 Service Club 3,43
Charles Richard Bohn
U "Dobber," Glenview: D o o r
Guard 2,33 Varsity Football Team
Virginia Wydelle Boudy
Irving Wesley Booth
9 "Irv," Winnetka: Glee Club 3:
Choir 43 Radio Club l,2,3,43 Chief
Operator 43 Miami, Florida 1.
Howard Louis Borchardt
9 "Porkey," Northbrook: Door
Guard 3,43 Frosh-Soph Basketball
23 Band 1,2,3,43 Chicago Conser-
Bruce Hay Borregaard
9 Kenilworth: "Wappin' Wharf" 23
Dramatic Club 2,3,43 Rifle Club
3,43 Boys' Career Club 43 Leland-
Raymond Edward Boudart
9 Wilmette: Football 43 Letter 43
Commerce Club 2,3. 1
Joseph C. Bousquet
9 "Bokay," Winnetka: Echoes
Staff 33 Evanston 1,23 Evanston
Academy of Fine Arts.
Mary Eleanor Bowen
9 Hubbard Woods: T.N.T. 43
Student Council Representative 2,
33 Publicity 2,3,43 Interschool Re-
lations Committee 43 Girls' Club
Arrangements Committee 33 Hoc-
key 13 News Staff 1,2,33 Copy
Desk Editor 43 "The Dyspectic
Ogre" 13 Gavel Club l,2,33 Vice-
President 33 Quill Club 1,23 Vice-
President 13 Dramatic Club 1,2,
3,42 Musicale 23 Book Club 33
Natural Science Club 13 Journal-
ism Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43
Bettie jane Bowman
9 "Betts," Winnetka: Swimming
2,31 Verse Speaking Choir 43
News Staff 4.
Marjorie Mae Boyd
9 "Marge," Niles Center: Musi-
cale 2,3,43 Girls' Career Club 4.
Mary Priscilla Boyden
9 "Pussy," Winnetka: G.A.A. 1,2,
3,43 French Club 23 Sketch Club
2,32 Art League 33 Girls' Career
Club 43 News Staff 43 Sullins.
Margaret Louise Boyle
9 "Peg," Winnetka: G.A.A. 1,2,
3,43 G.A.A. Representative 43
La Crosse 13 Numerals lg Treble
Clef Club 23 Glee Club 3,43 Girls'
Career Club 43 Travel Club 43
Muriel Frances Braaten
9 Wilmette: Honor Group l,2,33
Girls' Club Publicity Committee 43
Senior Girls' Office Service Staff 43
Lens Club l,2,33 French Club
2,3,43 Travel Club 33 Knitting
Club 43 Archaeology Club 33
Lee Louis Bradley
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Honor Group
3,43 Door Guard 33 Glee Club 33
Choir 43 Rifle Club 2,3,43 Rifle
Team 2,33 Letter 3,43 Broadcast-
ing Club 43 Washington Jr. High
Hans Heim Brand
9 Wilmette: Usher Corps 43 Sen-
ior I.M. Manager 43 Boys' Career
Club 3,43 German Club 33 Sci-
ence Club 33 Sports Club 43
Handelsakedemie, Vienna 1,23
New York University.
Ben Smith Bricker
9 Winnetka: Tri-Ship Social Com-
mittee 33 Swimming 2,3,41 Letter
3,43 Guard 33 University of Michi-
Robert Doyle Brigham
9 "Brig," Winnetka: Usher Corps
43 Door Guard 33 Information
Desk 43 Swimming 2,3,43 Letter
2,3,43 Boys' Career Club 43 Deni-
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 33
French Club 33 Senior Girls'
Office Service Staff 4.
Phyllis Ann Broemel
9 "Phil," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Social Committee 43 Volleyball 43
First Glee Club 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 West High School l,2,33
William and Mary.
David V. L. Brown
9 "Daisy," Winnetka: Football 2,
3,43 Letter 23 "Pinafore" 33 "Pir-
ates of Penzance" 4g First Glee
Club 33 Choir 43 Ensemble 43
Opera Group 43 President 43 Sen-
ior Music Club 43 Boys' Career
Club 43 Princeton.
Frances Heame Brown
9 "Frannie," Winnetka: T.N.T. 4g
Honor Group 23 Girls' Club Pub-
licity Committee 33 Girls' Club
Representative 33 G.A.A. l,2,3,43
Basketball 2,3,43 Swimming 2,3,43
Hockey 2,33 Head of Basketball
33 Numerals 23 300-point Award
23 600-point Award 43 G.A.A.
Social Committee 23 Chairman 43
Glee Club 2,3,43 President 43 Sci-
ence Club 13 French Club 43
Lens Club 23 Girls' Career Club
43 Service Club 43 Echoes Girls'
Sports Editor 43 Inklings Con-
tributor 43 Wheaton.
Horace Ralph Brown
9 "Hurry," Glenview: D o o r
Marion R. Brown
9 "Huckie," Winnetka: C l a s s
Secretary 33 Social Committee 33
Student Council Social Commit-
tee 3,43 "Chimes of Normandy" 23
"Pinafore" 33 Treble Clef Club 13
Choir 3g Spanish Club 33 Knitting
Club 43 Swing Club 43 Lens Club
43 News Staff 2,33 Northwestern.
9 "Nay," Wilmette: Treble Clef
Club 23 French Club 33 Girls'
Career Club 4.
William Baird Brown
9 "Bill," Glencoe: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group l,2.3,43
Usher Corps 43 Information Desk
43 Glee Club 23 Broadcasting
Club 3,43 Lens Club 1,2,3,43
Treasurer 33 Vice-President 43
Boys' Career Club 43 Swing Club
43 News Staff 43 Echoes 43 Wash-
ington and Lee.
Gloria Ethel Browne
9 "Glo," Wilmette: G.A.A. 1,2,3,43
La Crosse l,2,33 Hockey 2,43 300-
point Award 23 Treble Clef Club
23 Rifle Club 3, 43 Lens Club 1,23
French Club 43 Girls' Career Club
43 Knitting Club 43 Senior Girls'
Office Service Stafl 43 North-
Barbara Eleanor Buehler
9 "Barb," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Bazaar Committee 33 G.A.A. 3,43
Spanish Club 33 Knitting Club 43
Senior Girls' Office Service Staff 4.
Richard Elmer Buenger
9 "Dick," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group
l,2,3,43 Tri-Ship Secretary-Treas-
urer 43 Tri-Ship Publicity Com-
mittee Chairman 33 Usher Corps
3,43 Football 23 Letter 23 Swim-
ming 1,2,3,43 Letter 2,3,43 Junior
Orchestra 13 "Knave of Hearts" 13
"Trelawny of the Wells" 43 Ger-
man Club 33 Editor of "Schrei-
berei" 4g Boys' Career Club 33
Dramatic Club 1,2,3,43 Princeton.
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 13 Stu-
dent Council Representative 13
Swimming 13 Basketball 13 "ML
Scrooge" 33 Rifle Club 13 French
Club 33 Dramatic Club 33 Book
Barbara Hiatt Burge
9 "Barney," Wilmette: Student
Council Representative 33 Build-
ing and Grounds Committee 33
Girls' Club Friendly Committee 33
Chairman of Publicity Committee
43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Social Commit-
tee 23 Hockey 23 Baseball 13 300-
point Award 23 Numerals 13 Sec-
ond Glee Club 23 Lens Club 1,23
French Club 2,32 Service Club 43
Echoes Staff 43 Senior Girls'
Office Service Staff 43 Colorado.
Jean Burdelle Burklfleimer
9 Winnetka: Student Council
Publications Committee 43 Gavel
Club 33 Book Club 43 Broadcast-
ing Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43
Senior Girls' Office Service Staff
Robert Marlin Burlingame
9 "Burly," Wilmette: Tri-Ship
Representative 23 Student Coun-
cil Financial Committee 13 Stu-
dent Council Representative 13
Varsity Track 43 Tennis 43 Ohio
Dorothy Louise Burns
9 "Wood," Kenilworth: Girls'
Club Charity Committee 43 G.A.A.
1,2,3,43 Swimming 43 Manager 43
G.A.A. Representative 43 Girls'
Career Club 43 Service Club 43
Rifle Club 43 Travel Club 43
9 "Peg," Wilmette: Honor Group
33 G.A.A. 13 Basketball 1,33 Base-
ball 1.23 French Club 3,43 Span-
ish Club 33 Senior Girls' Office
Service Staff 43 Northwestern.
William C. Buttner
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Study Hall
Supervisor 33 Principia.
9 Glenview: German Club 3,41
Service Club 3.
9 Winnetka: Treble Clef 2,3,43
Knitting Club 43 Charleston.
Walter D. Campana
9 "Wally," Wilmette: Football 43
Band 2,33 Northwestern.
9 Wilmette: Treble Clef Club 3,4Q
Girls' Career Club 4.
Harry Clarence Carroll
9 "Slug," Wilmette: Student
Council Representative 33 Door
Guard 33 Swimming 23 Echoes
Art Editor 43 Purdue.
William Hoyt Chamberlain
9 "Bill," Glencoe: Honor Group
43 Rifle Club 43 South Pasadena
High School l,2,33 Purdue.
Robert Grant Chandler
9 "Chink," Wilmette: Rifle Club
Sprague Lynn Chapin
9 "Sprugee," Wilmette: Honor
Group 1,2,3,43 Stage Crew 2,3,43
Chess Club 13 Dramatic Club
2,3,43 Boys' Career Club 43
9 Glencoe: Michigan.
Marv Emily Chiappe
9 "Chap," Glencoe: Hono
1,23 Girls' Career Club 4.
Elizabeth Louise Child
9 "Lizzy," Glencoe: Honor Group
23 G.A.A. 1,2,3.43 Quill Club 13
Treasurer 13 American Academy
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Social
Committee 23 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Social
Committee 23 Treble Clef Club lg
Glee Club 23 "Mr. Scrooge" 33
Actors' Guild 3,42 French Club
2,3,43 Rifle Club 13 Dramatic Club
3,43 Quill Club 13 News Staff 23
William Kelley Christerson
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Honor Soci-
ety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Usher
Corps 43 Class Social Committee
33 Football 23 Glee Club 23 Choir
43 Ensemble 43 "Pinafore" 33
"Pirates of Penzance" 43 Senior
Music Club 43 "Wake Up, .Iona-
than" 13 "Mr. Scrooge" 33 "En-
chanted April" 43 Dramatic Club
1,2,3,43 Players 3,43 Broadcasting
Club 33 Boys' Career Club 33
Mary Alice Christian
9 "Skeet," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Financial Committee 43 G.A.A.
Social Committee 43 "Pirates of
Penzance" 43 Choir 43 Musicale
43 Montclair High School 1,2,3.
Dale Emerson Chronic
9 "Dale," Wilmette: Student
Council Representative 1,23 Inter-
School Relations Committee 23
Tri-Ship Representative 43
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 Choir
2,43 Nautical Club 23 Rifle Club
33 Broadcasting Club 4.
Marjorie Elizabeth Clark
9 "Maude," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Representative 43 Class Social
Committee 2g Class Secretary 43
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Golf 3,43 Hockey
43 Spanish Club 2,33 Girls' Career
Club 43 Knitting Club 43 Brad-
Wendell Harris Clark
9 "Wendie," Kenilworth: Honor
Group 33 Student Council Finan-
cial Committee 23 Student Coun-
cil Representative 23 Track 2,3,43
Letter 2,3,43 Football 3,43 Letter
43 Tri-Ship Representative 1,3,43
Publicity Committee 33 Dance
Committee 43 Usher Corps 43 Bad-
minton Club 43 Information
Kenneth Edward Clarke
9 "Ken," Wilmette: Usher Corps
43 Glee Club 23 Band 33 Lens
Club 2,32 Boys' Career Club 43
Grace Edna Clavey
9 Glenview: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Commerce
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43
Travel Club 4g Book Club 43
Moser Business College.
Robert George Clavey
9 "Ozzie," Glenview.
Kathryn Jeanne Cleary
9 Kenilworth: D.A.R. Award 43
T.N.T. 3,43 Girls' Club Represen-
tative 33 Financial Committee 13
Arrangements Committee 33 Secre-
tary 43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Hockey 23
Treble Clef Club 23 Glee Club
3,43 Quill Club 2g French Club
2,33 Scriblerus Club 3,43 Secre-
tary 33 President 43 Service Club
33 Musicale 2,33 News Stall 3,42
Feature Editor 43 Inklings 3,43
Editor 43 Study Hall Supervisor 43
Peter Warner Cloud
9 "Pete," Glencoe: Honor Group
1,31 Student Council Representa-
tive 1,43 Publications Committee
43 Building and Grounds Commit-
tee 13 Football 1,2,43 Letter 4g
Track 1,23 Traffic Squad 3.
9 Glenview: Lake View High
Albert Wheelwright Cobb
9 "Al," Winnetka: Honor Group
13 Student Council Dinner Com-
mittee 33 Dance Committee 4g
Tri-Ship Representative 13 Swim-
ming 1,2,3,43 Letter 2,32 Guard
2,3,43 Glee Club 1,22 Opera
Group 3,43 Washington and Lee.
Stanley Howard Cohn
9 "Stan," Wilmette: Travel Club
33 Book Club 33 Swing Club 43
Actors' Guild 43 Austin 13 Lake
Forest Academy 23 Oberlin.
Robert John Colton
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Illinois.
Gordon Lawrence Cook
9 "Gordy," Kenilworth: Plainfield
High School, Wardlaw School
J. M. Cook
9 "Don," Chicago: Opera Group
43 German Club
1,3,43 Secretary 43 Wheaton.
Arthur W. Cooke
9 "Art," Kenilworth: Radio Club
1,23 Stage Crew 2,3,43 Dramatic
9 "Mickey," Winnetka: Honor
Group 1,2,33 Student Council ln-
terscholastic Relations Committee
23 Girls' Club Representative 23
Charity Committee 23 Social Com-
mittee 3g Props Crew 33 Co-Head
43 Treble Clef Club 13 Glee Club
2,33 Rifle Club 23 Dramatics Club
3,41 Verse Speaking Choir 43
John H. Coons
9 "Coonie," Glenview: Football
1,23 Baseball 23 Door Guard 4.
Henry N. Cooper
9 "Hank," Winnetka: Football 13
Swimming 1,2,3.43 Sports Club 13
Cheer Leader 13 Door Guard 43
Marv Louise Cormack
9 "Marv Lou." Glencoe: Girls'
Club Representative 13 Social
Committee 33 Class Dance Com-
mittee 4: G.A.A. 1.2,3.4: 300-point
Award 3g Sneedball 126.96.36.199-: Fist-
ball 2.33 Clogging 3: Publicity
Committee 4: Treble Clef Club 2:
First Glee Club 3: "Pirates of
Penzance" 43 Lens Club 2: French
Club 2.3.4: Vice-President 43
Service Club 43 Rosemont, Pa.
John Allen Cox
9 Wilmette: "H.M.S. Pinafore" 33
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 "Trial
by Jury" 1: Orchestra member
188.8.131.52-Q Light Crew 3: Junior
Music Club 1,23 Lens Club 1.23
Rifle Club 1,32 German Club 2.3:
Chess Club 23 Information Desk
43 Echoes Staff 43 DePauw.
Marv Margaret Coyl
9 "Murdee," Wilmette: Glee Club
2.33 "Pirates of Penzance" 43
9 Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Honor
Society 43 Honor Group 1,3,43
Student Council Representative 13
Inter-School Relations Committee
13 Girls' Club Financial Commit-
tee 33 I.M. Chairman 43 G.A.A.
184.108.40.206 Volleyball 33 Basketball
1.3,43 Baseball 1: Soccer 13
Swimming 1,42 Speedball 3.4:
300-point Award 33 600-point
Award 3: 800-point Award 4:
Awards Committee 4: Quill Club
1.3: President 13 Senior Girls'
Ofiice Service Staff 43 News
Julia Mae Cray
9 "Julie," Northfield: H o n o r
Charles Kenneth Crocker
9 "Ken," Kenilworth: Stage
Crew 33 Lens Club 1,2,33 Nau-
tical 1,2,3,43 Rifle Club -1,3,4Q
Stamp Club 3.
Thomas Reid Crowder
9 "Tom," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 3,43 Stage
Crew 23 Light Crew 2,33 Rifle
Club 13 Science Club 3,43 Dra-
matic Club 3g Scriblerus Club
3,43 Boys' Career Club 43 Inklings
Contributor 2,32 News Staff 43
James Calvin Cunningham
9 "Jim," Glencoe: Honor Group
2,33 Rifle Club 13 Lens Club 23
Swing Club 43 Lagniappe 43
9 "Ken," Glencoe: T.N.T. 3,43
Honor Group 13 Student Council
Representative 2,3Q Building and
Grounds Committee 2,33 Treas-
urer 43 Chairman Financial Com-
mittee 43 Track Team 2,3,43 Let-
ter 2,3,43 Class Publicity Com-
mittee 43 "Pirates of Penzance" 43
Co-Manager 4g Glee Club 2,33
Opera Group 43 "Mr. Scrooge" 33
Gavel Club 2,33 Treasurer 33 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Echoes Staff 3,43
News Staff 3,43 Associate Editor 43
Forensic League 33 DePauw.
Thomas Grant Cutler
9 "Cut," Wilmette: Information
Desk 43 Usher Corps 43 Tri-Ship
Representative 1,2,33 "Trial by
Jury" 13 "Chimes of Normandy"
2g Glee Club 13 Choir 1,23 "The
Knave of Hearts" 13 Boys' Career
Club 43 Dartmouth.
Mary Ellen Daily
9 "Mel," Wilmette: Student Coun-
cil Social Committee Chairman 43
Clogging 33 Numerals 33 Glee
Club 3g Treble Clef Club 23
Opera Group 43 "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 4g Lens Club 2,33 French
Club 33 Knitting Club 43 Bad-
minton Club 43 Junior Music Club
23 Rifle Club 23 Bradford.
David 0. Dale
9 "Red," Kenilworth: Rifle Club
1,2,3,43 Chess Club lg German
Club 33 Boys' Career Club 43
Violet Doris Danby
9 "Vi," Glencoe: Science Club 4:
Radio Club 43 National College of
Virginia Louise David
9 "Ginny," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Social Committee 4g Girls' Club
Representative 4g Scriblerus Club
43 Girls' Career Club 43 Garden
City, L. I., N. Y. 13 Whitefish
Bay, Wis. 2,33 Carleton.
John H. Davies
9 "Jack," Wilmette: Band 2,3,43
Letter 2g Lens Club 2g Illinois.
Dorothy Virginia Davis
9 "Dot," Glencoe: Student Coun-
cil Interschool Relations 43 Gavel
Club 33 News Staff 43 Knitting
Club 43 French Club 43 Service
Club 43 Travel Club 43 Broad-
cast 43 Girls' Career Club 43 Mary-
wood 1,23 William and Mary.
John Ransford Davis
9 "Ranny," Winnetka: Radio
Club 1,2,3,43 Science Club 2,3Q
second prize Williams Contest 3.
Beverly Jane Day
9 "Sunny," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 33 G.A.A.
2, 3, 43 300-point Award 23 Glee
Club 33 News Ad Stafl' 3,43 Lens
Club 33 Broadcasting 3,43 Verse
Speaking Choir 43 North Park
High 13 DePauw.
Marie Antoinette deGuerre
9 "Tony," Wilmette: Honor
Group 13 La Crosse 23 Girls'
Career Club 4g Book Club 43
Travel Club 43 National College
Prudhomme John F. Dejoie
9 "Prudy," Glencoe: U. of S. C.
Annette Frances Jean Demma
9 "Dee," Winnetka: Commerce
David Randolph Denis
9 "Red," Winnetka: Honor Group
33 "Mr. Scrooge" 33 Dramatic
Club 3,43 Coin Club 43 Echoes
Staff 1,23 Contribution Stafi 23
Pearl Frances Derckum
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,33
Musicale 33 Girls' Career Club 43
Shorthand Club 43 Senior Girls'
Office Service Staff 43 Proviso 23
Moser Business College.
Phillip John Desmond
9 "Sleepy," Hubbard Woods:
Usher Corps 43 Track 3,43 I.M.
Sports Manager 23 Nautical Club
23 French Club 33 Denison.
9 "Rod," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Representative 2g Door Guard 33
Football 1,23 Letter 23 Basketball
2,33 Letter 2,33 Baseball 1,2,3Q
Letter 2,3Q Yale.
Henry John Diettrich
9 "Heinie," Glencoe: Tri-Ship
Representative 43 Door Guard 43
Swimming 13 Track 2,3,43 Letter
2,3,43 Captain 43 Orchestra 1,2,33
Band 1,2,3,43 Junior Music Club
Patricia Marie Dillon
9 "Pat," Kenilworth: French
Club 33 Marywood 13 St. Mary's
of Notre Dame.
William Hector Dodds
9"Hector," Wilmette: Tri-Ship
Award 43 T.N.T. 3,43 President 43
Honor Group 3,43 Student Coun-
cil Representative 33 President 43
Social Committee 33 Chairman of
Hobby Show Committee 33 Class
President 13 Social Committee 33
Dinner Committee 3g
Letter 23 "Wake Up,
13 "Trelawny of the
Wells" 43 Echoes Stall' 33 News
Staff 2,33 Debate Team 33 For-
ensic League 33 Lagniappe 4:
Sports Club 1,2,3,43 1200-point
Award: Secretary 2g Treasurer 33
Vice-President 33 Yale Club
Award: 33 Washington and Jeffer-
Patricia Ann Donahue
9 "Patty," Wilmette: G.A.A. 2,3,
43 Soccer 1,21 French Club 33
Lens Club 2g Miami University.
Mary Virginia Donovan
9 "Dinky," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 33 G.A.A. 43
Treble Clef 2,33 Glee Club 42
Echoes Circulation Staff 43 Stone-
Burling Cregg Doolittle
9 "Burlap," Winnetka: Football
2,3,43 Letter 23 Swimming 23
Baseball 1,2,43 Letter 13 Orches-
tra 33 Swing Club 33 Broadcast-
ing Club 23 Lagniappe 43 North-
Clark Harold Dorman
9 "Corky," Wilmette: Door Guard
43 Glee Club 2,33 Rifle Club 43
A. and M.
Polly Patricia Douglas
9 "Pat," Winnetka: Treble Clef
Club 1,23 Glee Club 33 Quill Club
13 Sketch Club 23 Musicale 4:
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Student
Council Publications Committee 43
S.H. Supervisor 43 Girls' Club
Representative 13 Financial Com-
mittee 33 Class Social Committee
2,33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Representative
43 Hockey 13 Treble Clef Club 13
"ML Scrooge" 33 French Club
3,43 Musicale 3,43 President 43
Service Club 33 Dramatic Club
3,43 Board 43 News 43 Girls'
Career Club 43 Treasurer 43 Sweet
Robert Hilton Dundas
9 "Capt'n," Winnetka: "Trial by
Jury" 13 "Chimes of Normandy"
23 "Pinafore" 33 "Pirates of Penz-
ance', 43 Glee Club 13 Choir 2,33
Octet 33 Junior Music Club 13
Senior Music Club 2.3,43 Dramatic
Club 3,43 Nautical Club 1,23
Patricia A. Dungan
9 "Pat," Wilmette: 'iPinafore" 33
"Pirates of Penzance" 43 Treble
Clef Club 13 Glee Club 23 Art
League 1,2,3,43 French Club 2.33
Rifle Club 13 Broadcasting Club
43 Art Institute.
9 Wilmette: Latin Club 1,23 Sci-
ence Club 33 St. John Military
Academy 13 Beverly High School
2,33 U. C. L. A.
Douglas Edward Easterberg
9 "Doug," Winnetka: Student
Council Representative 13 Tri-
Ship Representative 23 Football
Team 2,43 "H.M.S. Pinafore" 33
Glee Club 1,23 Opera Group 33
Washington and Lee.
Marie Elizabeth Eberhart
9 "Betty," Evanston: Spanish
Club 2,33 Sullins.
Dolores C. Eberle
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,43 Girls' Club
Representative 23 University of
Helen Frances Edmonds
9 "Turk," Winnetka: G.A.A. 3,43
Career Club 43 Wausau, Wiscon-
sin Junior High 13 University of
Barbara Bohlen Edwards
9 "Barbie," Winnetka: Girls'
Club Friendly Committee 4g
Treble Clef 13 Glee Club 23 Choir
3,43 Ensemble 43 "Pina-tforev 33
"Pirates of Penzance" 43 Junior
Music 1,23 Secretary 23 Senior
Music Club 3,43 Vice-President
Dramatic Club 43 Northwestern.
9 "Janie," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Arrangements Committee 43
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Hockey 1,2,3,43
Baseball 1,2,33 Basketball 1,2,3,43
Hockey Manager 33 300-point
Award 13 600-point Award 43
Numerals 13 Head of Basketball
43 Freshman Play 13 Glee Club
3,43 Treble Clef 23 Rifle Club 1,23
French 3,42 Dramatic 1,2,3,43
Glenn Frank Eggert
9 Kenilworth: Football 3.
June Shirley Eisenberg
9 "Junie," Winnetka: Honor
Group 1,23 Student Council Rep-
resentative 13 Treble Clef 13 Glee
Club 2,33 French Club3 Briar-
Leonard Sterling Eisenberg
9 "Izzy," Wilmette: Honor Soci-
ety 43 Honor Groups 2,3,43 Stu-
dent Council Representative 23
Traflic Squad 3,43 Stage Crew
1,2,3,43 Archaeology 13 Dramatics
2,3,43 Broadcasting 43 Sullivan 13
Sigdon A. Eliot
9 "Sig," Winnetka: Rifle Club
1,2,33 Team 33 Letter 3g Chess
Club 3.43 President 43 Stamp
Club 1,2 3 M.I.T.
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 43 Treble Clef 23
Service Club 43 G.A.A. 3,43 Book
Club 3.4: Treasurer 4: Knitting
43 President 43 Travel Club 43
Sullivan High 13 Cornell College.
Richard Colf Emmet
9 "Dick," 'Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 3,43 Lens
Club 33 Boys' Career Club 43
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania 13 Ev-
anston High 23 University of
9 Winnetka: Tri-Ship Represen-
tative 2: Football 23 Sports Club
33 De Paul Academy 13 North-
,John Richard Enright
9 "Jack," Northbrook: D o o r
Pearl Eleanor Erickson
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 2,3,43
Soccer 13 Numerals 13 "Knave
of Hearts" 13 Dramatic Club 13
Treble Clef 1,23 Southern Cali-
John Robert Eshbach
9 Kenilworth: Track 43 Radio
Club 43 Elkins Park, Penn. 1,2,33
Jay Knight Esler
9 "Jack," Winnetka: Football 1,
2,3,43 Letter 2,43 Swimming 23
Tri-Ship Club Room Committee 43
Information Desk 43 Usher Corps
43 Boys' Career Club 43 Hamilton.
Wayne Parvin Eves
9 Kenilworth: Sports Club 33
Boys, Career Club 43 Usher Corps
Carolyn Bryson Farr
9 Glencoe: Student Council Rep-
resentative 1,23 Interschool Re-
lations Committee 2,43 Girls' Club
Arrangements Committee 33
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 300-point Award 43
Rhythms 2,3,43 Glee Club 2,33
Treble Clef Club 13 Junior Music
Club 1,23 Lens Club 33 French
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43
Junior Red Cross Life Saving
Award 13 Western College.
Alan Richard Feinberg
9 "Ari," Glencoe: Radio Club 43
Hyde Park High School 1,2,33
Bettv Lou Fellows
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Charity
Committee 13 Treble Clef Club
23 Glee Club 33 French Club
2, 3, 43 Travel Club 3,43 Musi-
cale 23 Girls' Career Club 43
Charles Norman Fifer
9 "Bud," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,3,43 Tri-Ship Representative 13
"Wake Up, Jonathan" 13 "ML
Scroogei' 23 "Trial by Jury" 13
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 Orches-
tra 1,23 Junior Music Club 1,23
Secretary 23 Broadcasting Club 33
Dramatic Club 1,2,33 Actors'
Guild 3,43 News Staff 43 North-
John Lyle Fischer
9 "Jack," Glencoe: Honor Soci-
ety 43 Honor Group 2,3,43 Sci-
ence Club 2,3,43 Latin Club 3,43
Vice-President 43 Archaeology
Club 3,43 Secretary 43 Hobby
Club 43 Secretary 43 Harvard.
Lawrence Wenter Fischer
9 "Larry," Wilmette: Honor
Group 33 Nautical Club 43
Rensselaer Polytechnical Institute.
Richard Herman Fisher
9 "Dick," Winnetka: Lewis and
Shirley Mae Fix
9Wilmette: G.A.A. 3,4Q Repre-
sentative 43 "Mr. Scrooge" 33
Opera Group 43 Choir 43 Glee
Club 2,33 "Pirates of Penzance" 43
French Club 23 Dramatic Club 1,2,
3,43 Broadcasting Club 4g North-
James Everett Fonda
9 "J im," Winnetka.
Helen Louise Foukal
9 Winnetka: Musicale 3g Com-
merce Club 4.
Frances Page Fox
9 "Foxy," Winnetka: Clogging 33
Archery 33 Numerals 33 Natural
Science Club 1,23 Gavel Club 1,2,
33 Knitting Club 43 Duke.
Nancy Lydia Fragassi
9 "Nan," Winnetka: Soccer 4.
9 Glenview: Door Guard 3,43 Foot-
Ray Leonard Franke, Jr.
9 "Leno," Glencoe: Fencing Club
Tom Magill Fread
9 "Spanky," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 3,43 Band 4g
Boys' Career Club 43 Red Bank
High School, N.J. 1,23 Washington
Robert Reed Frei
9"Bob," Wilmette: T.N.T. 3,43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1,
2,3,43 Student Council Representa-
tive 13 Financial Committee 43
Tri-Ship Representative 13 Inter-
Scholastic Relations Committee 43
Class Social Committee 2g Usher
Corps 3,43 "Knave of Hearts" 13
Track 43 Glee Club 23 Informa-
tions Desk 43 Chess Club 23 Boys'
Career Club 3,43 Dramatic Club
1,2,3,43 News Staff 2,3,43 Sports
Editor 33 Editor-in-Chief 43
Echoes Staff 3,43 Princeton.
June Ruth Frost
9 "Boots," Glenview: Commerce
Club 43 Senior Girls' Oflice Service
9 "Maril,', Glencoe: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 33 Secretary of Stu-
dent Council 43 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 23 Class President 33
Prom Committee 33 Chairman
Dance Committee 43 Glee Club
1,2,33 Treble Clef Club 13 Quill
Club 1,23 Gavel Club 23 French
Club 2,33 Lens Club 23 Girls' Ca-
reer Club 43 "Lagniappe" 43 Briar-
John Bruce Frykman
9"Johnny," Wilmette: Tri-Ship
Publicity Committee 23 Nautical
Club 43 Echoes Staff 43 Univer-
sity of Illinois.
Elliott Dudley Full
9Winnetka: Radio Club 1,2,3,43
Vice-President 33 President 43
George W. Gaul
9 Wilmette: Glee Club 13 Nautical
Club 33 Rifle Club 2,33 Fencing
Club 2g Vice-President 23 Stein-
metz High School 13 Northwestern.
Mary Martha Gedge
9 "Marnie," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Publicity Committee 23 Friendly
Committee 33 Class Social Com-
mittee 33 "Trial by Jury" 13
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 i'Pina-
fore" 33 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 French
Club 23 Northwestern.
Dorothy Barbara Geier
9 '6Dot," Wilmette: Honor Group
13 Commerce Club 13 French Club
43 Girls' Career Club 43 Illinois.
9 Wilmette: Swimming 3,43 River-
side High School, Milwaukee 1,2.
Norma Louise Glass
9 "Norm," Glencoe: Lens Club 15
Girls' Career Club 45 Travel Club
45 Gulfpark, Miss.
Beverly Maxine Glenn
9"Bev," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,
2,3,45 Student Council Representa-
tive 25 Charter and Contact Com-
mittee 25 Girls' Club Charity Com-
mittee 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 President
45 Numerals 15 Hockey 1,45 La-
Crosse 1,2,35 Class Manager 25
Head 35 Speedball 35 Basketball
25 Rhythms 1,2,3,45 300 point
award 25 600 point award 35 800
point award 45 "Dyspeptic Ogre"
15 "Royal Family" 35 "Queen of
Hearts" 15 "Iarbus" 45 "Chimes
of Normandy" 25 "Pirates of Penz-
45 Glee Club 2,35 Treble
Clef Club 15 Choir 45 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,45 Quill Club 1,25 Scrib-
lerus 3,45 Vice-President 45 Senior
Girls' Office Service Staff 45 Ink-
Contribution Staff 1,2,3,45
9 Winnetka: Illinois.
9".I0anie," Glencoe: T.N.T. 3,45
Secretary 45 Honor Group 15 Girls'
Club President 45 Social Commit-
tee 35 Representative 25 Class Sec-
retary 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Secretary
25 Soccer 1,25 LaCrosse 25 Clog-
ging 35 300 point award 25 600
point award 35 800 point award 45
"Queen of Hearts" 15 "ML
Scrooge" 35 "Chimes of Norman-
dy" 25 Glee Club 25 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,45 Junior Music Club
15 Echoes Staff 35 Inklings Con-
tribution Staff 35 Wellesley.
Mary Burton Grail'
9 "Meribee," Hubbard Woods:
T.N.T. 45 Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 1,2,3,45 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 25 Class Social Commit-
tee 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Hockey 1,2,
3,45 Class Manager 25 Swimming
1,2,35 Class Manager 35 Rhythms
1,2,3,4: Basketball 1,45 Numerals
15 300-point Award 25 600-point
Award 35 800-point Award 35 Rep-
resentative 15 Publicity Committee
45 Telegraphic Swimming Team 25
"Chimes of Normandy" 25 Gavel
Club 25 Girls' Career Club 45
Knitting Club 45 Art League 45
Sketch Club 45 Journalism Club
45 News Stall 35 Miami University.
Elsa Jeanne Green
9 "Greeno," Wilmette: Student
Council Building and Grounds
Committee 35 Social Committee 45
Assembly Committee 45 G.A.A. 2,
3,45 Tennis 45 Treble Clef Club 35
Glee Club 45 German Club 3,45
Lens Club 25 Girls' Career Club
45 Badminton Club 45 News Staff
3,45 Echoes Staff 3,45 DePauw.
Howard Nathan Greenblatt
9 "Greenie," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Representative 35 Baseball 1,2,5
Basketball 1,2,35 Letter 25 Spanish
Club 35 Rifle Club 45 Chess Club
Harold Frederick Grenning
9 "Bud," Glenview: St. George 15
Evanston 25 Illinois.
Marjorie Adeline Griffin
9 "Margie," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Publicity Committee 45 French
Club 3,45 Lens Club 45 Inklings
Contribution Staff 45 Faulkner
High 1,25 Northwestern.
Ruth Anne Hackett
9 Glencoe: Lens Club 45 Knitting
Club 45 St. Mary's 15 Grinnell.
Alfred Carter Hadley
9"Had," Wilmette: Door Guard
3,45 Nautical Club 45 Northwest-
Marguerite Elizabeth Hahn
9"Midge," Wilmette: Honor
Group 1,2,3,45 Student Council
Representative 35 Social Commit-
tee 45 Girls' Club Representative
15 Financial Committee 45 Hockey
Manager 15 French Club 2,35
Broadcasting Club 3,45 Service
Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 Girls'
Career Club 45 "Trelawny of the
Wells" 45 Verse Speaking Choir 45
Eugene Lorin Hall
9 "Yoyo" Wilmette: Baseball Man-
ager 3,45 Sports Club 1,2,35 Ripon.
Richard E. Hall
9 "Dick," Wilmette: Honor Group
35 Student Council Representative
Raymond M. Hallbauer
9 "Ray," Chicago: Band 25 Chess
Club 25 Purdue.
Harold A. Hallet
9 "Bud," Wilmette: Swimming 25
Band 1,2,3,45 Letter 25 Lens Club
25 Rifle Club 15 Nautical Club 25
Ruth Jane Halley
9 "Goofy," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,3,45 Girls' Club
Employment Committee 25 Pub-
licity Committee 35 Class Social
Committee 35 Soccer 1, Basketball
15 Speedball 3,45 Volleyball 35
G.A.A. 1,2.3,45 Social Committee
45 Numerals 15 300 point award 45
French Club 35 Service Club 45
Carolyn Gehm Hallsteen
9 "Carol," Kenilworth: Honor
Group 1,35 Girls' Club Social Com-
mittee 45 Archery 35 Numerals 35
Senior Manager Recreational
Sports 45 Musicale 2,35 Lens Club
2,35 French Club 2,35 Travel Club
45 Vice-President 45 Book Club 45
9 "Frenchy," Evanston: French
Club 45 Lycee de Sevres, Paris
l,2,35 Grinnell College
Jean Sterling Hammond
9Winnetka: Girls' Club Charity
Committee 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Head
of Tennis 35 Head of Publicity
Committee 45 300-point Award 45
Treble Clef 25 Glee Club 3.45
Echoes Photo Staff 45 Girls' Ca-
reer Club 45 President 45 Service
Club 3,45 Sarah Lawrence.
Joanne Catherine Hammond
9 "Hammy," Glencoe: Hockey 1,25
Baseball 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,35 300
point award 25 Numerals 15 Glee
Club 35 Treble Clef 25 "Dyspeptic
Ogre" 15 Dramatic Club 15 Lens
Club 25 Travel Club 3.
Shirley May Hammond
9Winnetka: French Club 2,3,45
Girls' Career Club 45 Knitting
Club 45 DePauw University.
William James Harbeck
9"Bill," Glenview: Honor Group
35 Door Guard 2,3,45 Choir 3,45
Opera Group 3,45 Ensemble 3,45
Glee Club 1,25 Senior Music Club
3,45 "H.M.S. Pinafore" 35 "Pirates
of Penzance" 45 Illinois.
Jane Anne Harmon
9 "Skip," Hubbard Woods: Honor
Group 35 Girls' Club Representa-
tive 25 Baseball 25 G.A.A. 2,3,45
French Club 35 Girls' Career Club
45 Libertyville Township High 15
University of Arizona.
Betty Ann Hartke
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 35 Broadcasting Club 3,45
Margaret Dorothea Hartwig
9 "Wig," Wilmette: G.A.A. 2,3,45
Treble Clef 25 Glee Club 35 "Pi-
rates of Penzance" 45 Choir 45
Lens Club 15 Art League 2,35
Sketch Club 2,35 Travel Club 4.
David Eugene Harvey
9"Moose," Wilmette: Swimming
1,25 Football 15 Studyhall Super-
visor 45 Notre Dame.
Georgia Louise Haskin
9 "Geordie," Wilmette: Glee Club
35 Treble Clef 25 Commerce Club
25 Travel Club 45 Book Club 45
Career Club 45 Senior Girls' Office
Service Stall 4.
William Rose Hayes
9Winnetka: Band 1,2,35 Debate
Team 1,2,35 Radio Club 1,2,3.45
Science Club 3,4.
Henrietta Marie Hayson
9 "Hank," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,45 Girls'
Club Representative 25 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,45 300-point Award 35 La Crosse
1,25 Volleyball 2,35 Lens Club 1,25
3,45 French Club 3,45 Travel Club
35 Musicale 35 Knitting Club 45
Robert Joseph Heinzen
9"Bob," Wilmette: Usher Corps
45 "Wake Up Jonathan" 25 "Mr.
Scrooge" 35 Broadcasting Club 3,
45 Actors' Guild 3,45 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,45 Northwestern.
Charles Edwin Helm
9 "Mouse," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Representative 25 Door Guard 35
Football 2,45 Letter 2,45 Track 45
News Staff 35 Swing Club 45 Ger-
man Club 45 Western Military
Academy 15 U. of New Mexico.
Dorothy Ann Hendrickson
9 "Henry," Kenilworth: Girls'
Club Publicity Committee 25 Com-
merce Club 15 Girls' Career Club
45 St. Anthony Hospital, Rockford.
William Weil Henoch
9 "Bill," Chicago: Track Manager
3,45 Letter 3,45 Football 45 Archae-
ology Club 15 Stage Crew 1,25 Sci-
ence Club 3,45 News Staff 45
Echoes Sports Staff 45 Lawrence.
Marion Ruth Hens
9 "Mike," Wilmette.
Patricia Joyce Herbert
9 "Pat," Evanston: Honor Group
35 G.A.A. 3,45 Glee Club 35 "Pi-
rates of Penzance" 45 Travel Club
45 Archaeology Club 35 Knitting
Club 45 Girls' Career Club 45
Shortridge, Indianapolis 1, 25 Mon-
9 "Herbie," Wilmette: G.A.A. 1,2,
3,45 Representative 45 Soccer 15
Commerce Club 4.
Helen Sylvia Herzig
9 "Peanuts," Glencoe: Honor
William Donavon Hicks
9 "Bill," Glencoe: Rutgers.
Carol Irene Hill
9 "Hilly," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,
2,3,45 Student Council Publications
Committee 45 Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 15 Class Social Com-
mittee 35 G.A.A. Member 1,2,3,45
Treasurer 35 Hockey Team 2,35
Basketball 25 Sports Administra-
tion Committee 25 300 point award
2: Numerals 25 Choir 35 "Chimes
of Normandy" 25 "H.M.S. Pina-
fore" 3: "Pirates of Penzance" 45
Props Crew 3,45 Quill Club 1.25
Lens Club 25 News Staff 45 Ink-
li1pg's Contributor 45 Mount Holy-
Janet Cowan Hill
9".Ian," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,35 Student Council Representa-
tive 25 Girls' Club Financial Com-
mittee 45 G.A.A. 45 Representative
35 Numerals 15 Glee Club 3.45
Rifle Club 1,25 Lens Club 15 Driv-
ers' Club 25 Service Club 35 Vice-
President 35 President 45 Girls'
Career Club 4: Inklings Contribu-
tor 3,45 News Staff 45 Colorado.
Malcolm Ward Hill
9 "Mac," Wilmette: Honor Group
2.45 Tri-Ship Representative 1,25
Sports Club 2,3,45 President 45
600 points5 Nautical Club 1, 25
University of Texas.
Walter James Hirsch
9 "Hershey." Winnetka: "Wake Up
Jonathan" 15 Stamp Club 15 Dra-
matic Club 1,2,3,4: German Club
2.3.45 Science Club 45 North-
Helen Lorraine Hobbs
9 Winnetka: Treble Clef 25 Glee
Club 3,45 French Club 3,45 Girls'
Career Club 45 Knitting Club 45
Irving High 15 Illinois.
Merrill Clayton Hoefer
9 "Haef," Wilmette: Information
Desk 45 Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 3,45 Trallic Squad
35 Basketball 2,3,45 Letter 25
Sports Club 1,2,35 Stamp Club
1,25 Echoes Staff 35 Business
Eleanor Parkhurst Hoesli
9"Ellie," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,35 Girls'
Club Charity Committee 25 Social
Committee 35 Arrangements Chair-
man 45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Fistball 15
Speedball 35 300-point Award 45
Glee Club 2,3,45 Lens Club 25
Musicale 35 Service Club 354.
Donald C. Hoffman
9"Don," Wilmette: Door Guard
2,3,45 Commerce Club 2,3,4.
9 "Phil," Wilmette: Student Coun-
cil Assembly Committee 35 Finan-
cial Committee 25 Representative
2,35 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Hockey 1,25
Lacrosse 25 Representative 15
G.A.A. Publicity Committee 45
Numerals 15 300 point Award 45
Jr. Music Club 2,35 Whitworth
9 McAllen High School 1,2,3.
9"Bob," Wilmette: Rifle Club 1,
25 Commerce Club 25 Radio Club
illiam Frederick Hohlfelder
"Bud," Glencoe: Colorado U.S.
9 "Mud," Winnetka: Honor Group
2,35 Girls' Club Financial Com-
mittee 25 Friendly Committee 25
Representative 35 Glee Club 2,35
"Pirates of Penzance" 45 "Tre-
lawny of the Wells" 45 Dramatic
Club 45 News Staff 45 Senior Girls'
Office Service Staff 45 National
Park Junior College.
9 "Euie," Glencoe: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,
2,3,45 Student Council Representa-
tive 1,25 Financial Committee 25
Chairman Tri-Ship Dinner Com-
mittee 35 Usher Corps 3,45 Head
Usher 45 Football 1,2,3,45 Letter
2,45 Boys' Career Club 3,45 Echoes
Staff 2,45 News Staff 25 Princeton.
9"Brandy," Wilmette: G.A.A. 2,
3,45 Sketch Club 3,45 Art League
45 Debate 25 Illinois.
William P. Holst
9"Bill," Glencoe: Honor Group
3,45 Usher Corps 45 Football 25
Track 25 Baseball Manager 2,35
Rifle Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 1,
2,35 Freshmen Play5 Northwestern.
Elizabeth Annette Homan
9 "Slim," Glenview.
John Frederick Hopp
9Wilmette: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2 3,45 Northwest-
Alice Mary Horitz
9 "Allie," Glenview: Moser.
Charlotte Stephena Huck
9"Chippy," Palatine: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45
Girls' Club Friendly Committee 15
Publicity Committee 35 Represen-
tative 15 Class Social Committee
25 Soccer 1,25 Speedball 3,45 La-
Crosse l5 Basketball 1,2.3,45 North-
western Speedball 35 Fistball 25
Volleyball 35 Archery 35 Head 35
Clogging 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Head
of Arrangements Committee 45
300-point Award 25 600-point
Award 35 800-point Award 45 Rifle
Club 1,25 Spanish Club 35 Echoes
Photography Staff 45 Wellesley.
Virginia Adelaide Huck
9 "Ginny," Palatine: Honor Group
2,35 Girls' Club Arrangements 15
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 45
Soccer 1,25 Speedball 3,45 Swim-
ming 1,2,35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 La-
Crosse 1,25 Fistball 1,2,35 lntra-
mural Sports Committee 25 Social
Committee 35 300-point Award 15
600-point Award 25 800-point
Award 35 Numerals 15 Glee Club
2,3,45 Treble Clef Club 15 Rifle
Club 1,25 Dramatic Club 3,45
Props Crew 2,35 lnklings Contribu-
tor 45 Wellesley.
Frank Carleton Huffman
9 "Hufiie," Wilmette: Glee Club
2,35 Junior Music Club 1,25 Treas-
urer 25 French Club 3,45 'fPirates
of Penzance" 45 Boys' Career Club
Marjorie Alice I-Iultgren
9"Marge," Wilmette: Honor
Group 15 Student Council Repre-
sentative 25 Glee Club 25 Musicale
2,3,45 Craft Guild 3,45 Latin Club
3,45 Service Club 3,45 Inklings
Contributor 45 University of Chi-
9 "Eddie," Glencoe.
Alice Jane Husak
9 "Al," Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep-
resentative 45 Broadcasting Club
25 Spanish Club 25 Musicale 35
Badminton Club 45 News Staff 45
Echoes Staff 45 Sullivan 15 Cor-
9"Pepper Britches," Winnetka:
Girls' Club Publicity Committee 45
Glee Club 35 Choir 45 "Pirates of
Penzance" 45 Francis Parker
9 "Mur," Wilmette: Lens Club
3,45 Marywood 15 Stephens.
Joseph Nels Jacobsen
9 "Jake," Wilmette.
Donald B. James
9 "Don," Wilmette: Football 45
Letter 45 East High, Denver 1,2,3.
James M. Jamieson
9 "Jamie," Wilmette: Door Guard
2,3,45 Football 3,45 Letter 45
Radio Club 1,25 Lens Club 35
Stella Skiff Jannotta
9 "Skill," Kenilworth: Class Vice-
President 15 Social Committee 15
Study Hall Supervisor 35 Girls'
Club Employment Committee 25
French Club 1,25 Lens Club 25
Travel Club 35 Knitting Club 45
Willard Runyon Jarchow
9Wilmette: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 3,45 Swimming 35
"1arbas," 35 "Chimes of Norman-
dy" 25 Orchestra 2,3,45 Senior Mu-
sic Club 2,3,45 "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 45 Swarthmore.
Lyman Wood Jeffreys
9 Glencoe: Science Club 35 Arche-
ology Club 45 Purdue.
Margaret Ruth Jenness
9 "Peggy" Wilmette: French Club
3,45 Service Club 45 lowa Wes-
Betty Clarice Jensen
9 "California," Wilmette: Chaffey
Union High School 1,2,35 Univer-
sity of Minnesota.
9"Jinnie," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Arrangement Committee 45 Glee
Club 2,35 Lens Club 15 Quill Club
1,25 Spanish Club 25 Gavel Club
35 Travel Club 35 "Pirates of
Penzance" 45 News Stall 45 Serv-
ice Club 45 Dramatic Club 45
Freshman Play 15 Lawrence.
Eileen Bernice Johannson
9 "Jo" Wilmette: G.A.A. 3,45
Travel Club 3,45 Book Club 3, 45
French Club 45 Knitting Club 45
Vice-President 45 Girls' Career
Club 45 Musicale 45 Senior Girls'
Oiiice Staff 4.
William Vernon Johnson
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Glee Club 35
Chess Club 35 Broadcasting Club
45 "Pirates of Penzance" 45 Al-
bany Academy 1,25 Union.
9 "Cliff," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,2,3,45 Spanish Club 35 Door
Guard 45 Northwestern.
9 "Dogger," Wilmette: Nautical
Club 2,3,45 Rifle Club 15 Miami.
9 "Loie," Winnetka: Honor Group
45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Representative
35 LaCrosse 15 Numerals 15
"Chimes of Normandy" 25 Treble
Clef 15 Choir 35 Girls' Ensemble
35 Girls' Club Publicity Committee
45 Art League 45 Sketch Club 45
American Academy of Art.
Patricia Gertrude Johnson
9 "Trebe," Glecnoe: Knitting Club
William Sage Johnston
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Football 1,2,3,
45 Minor Letter 45 Door Guard 45
9"Hattie," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 2,3,45 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Girls' Club Representative
35 Fistball 15 Glee Club 2,35
French Club 2,35 Quill Club 15
Lens Club 25 Rifle Club 15 Swing
Club 45 Girls' Career Club 4.
Lillian Azelle Jones
9"Gabby," Wilmette: Honor
Group 1,2,45 Speedball 25 La-
Crosse 25 G.A.A. 45 "Mr. Scrooge"
35 Treble Clef 25 Glee Club
35 Art League 1,2,35 Sketch Club
2,35 Broadcasting Club 15 Travel
Club 3,45 Service Club 45 Book
Club 45 Knitting Club 45 Musicale
45 Girls' Career Club 45 Park.
Marion Roberta Jones
9"Betsy," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 2,3,45 Girls'
Club Representative 45 Charity
Committee 45 German Club 25
American Academy of Fine Arts.
Ralph Kenneth Jones
9 "Carp," Winnetka: Honor Group
1,25 Tri-Ship Representative 1,35
Dinner Committee 45 Usher Corps
45 Student Council Social Commit-
tee 45 lnformation Desk 45 Swim-
ming 1,2,3,45 Letter 2,3,45 Track
2,35 Letter 25 "Trelawny of the
Wells" 45 Boys' Career Club 45
Swing Club 45 Dramatic Club 45
Rosemary Pallette Jones
9 "Rosie," Wilmette: G.A.A. 1,2,3,
45 Girls' Club Representative 4-5
Rifle Club 25 French Club 35 Ink-
lings Contributor 35 Dennison.
Raymond James Jost
9 "Ray," Glencoe.
Helen Agnes Kaempfer
9Winnetka: Honor Society 4-5
Honor Group 1,2,45 Girls' Club
Charity Committee 35 G.A.A. 1,2.,
3,45 Hockey 1,25 Swimming 2,35
Head 35 Numerals 15 300-point
Award 25 600-point Award 35
Officials' Head 45 French Club 45
Musicale 45 Senior Girls' Office
Service Staff 45 News Staff 45
Richard Louis Kahn
9 "Dick," Glencoe: Student Coun-
cil Representative 35 Football 1,2,
45 Letter 45 "Knave of Hearts "15
"Wappin Wharf" 25 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,45 Boys' Career Club 45
Mabel Marie Keefe
9"Sue," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Girls'
Club Representative 1.45 Hockey
1,2,3,45 Basketball 1,3,45 LaCrosse
15 Baseball 3,45 Manager 45
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Awards Committee
35 300-point Award 25 French Club
2,3,45 Lens Club 25 Rifie 1,25
Dorothy Mary Keil
9 "Dot," Winnetka: Honor Group
25 Commerce Club 4.
Carolyn Bowen Keller
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 25 Stu-
dent Council Publicity Committee
45 Lens Club 45 American Acad-
emy of Fine Arts.
Ernest A. Keller
9"Hip," Glencoe: Honor Group
35 Student Council Representative
25 Tri-Ship Representative 25 Sen-
ior Track Manager 45 Club Room
45 Usher Corps 45 Information
Desk 45 "Wappin' Wharf" 25
"Royal Family" 35 "Mr. Scrooge"
35 Lens Club 2,35 Sports Club 35
Dramatic Club 2,3,45 Broadcasting
Club 45 News Staff 45 Chicago.
Paul B. Kelly, Jr.
0 "2 Beer," Kenilworth: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Tri-
Ship Representative 1,43 Inter-
School Relations Committee 43
Usher Corps 43 Information Desk
43 Door Guard 43 Swimming Man-
ager 3,43 Baseball 2,33 Letter
33 Manager Corps 43 Nautical
Club 1,2,3,43 Vice President 43
Sports Club 2,33 Secretary 33 600-
point Award 33 German Club 43
Boys' Career Club 43 Echoes 43
Marv LeMoyne Kendrick
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 43
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Volley Ball 3g Sen-
ior Manager of Basketball 43
French Club 2,33 Rifle Club 1.
'Wilmette: Swimming 13 Sports
Club 13 Sullivan High School 33
Harlan Ayres Kidd
0 Glenview: Honor Group lg Foot-
ball 43 Freshman Plays 13 "Pina-
fore" 33 Choir 33 Band 33 Letter
33 Ensemble 33 Glee Club 1,2,33
Stamp Club 13 Drivers' Club 13
News Staff 33 Michigan.
Joan Louise Kilner
0 "Jo," Kenilworth: Honor Society
4g Honor Group 1,2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,
2,3,43 Soccer 1,23 Speedball 3,43
Basketball 1,21 Baseball 1,23 Vol-
leyball 1,23 Fistball 1,2,33 Basket-
ball Manager 33 Numerals 13 300-
point Award 23 "Trial by Jury" 13
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 "Pina-
fore" 33 Orchestra 1,2,33 Glee
Club 23 Choir 3, 43 Ensemble 3.43
Junior Music Club 13 Senior Mu-
sic Club 2,3,43 Wellesley.
John Coleman Kirby
0 "Jack," Wilmette: A m u n d s e n
High School 1.
0 "Little Jack," Glencoe: Honor
Group 1,23 Michigan.
Grace Gertrude Kirscht
'Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,43 Baseball 1,2Q
Archery 3g Volleyball 43 Art
League 13 Commerce Club 33
Girls' Career Club 4.
Harold Leonard Klagstad
0"Klag," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 33 Honor Group 1,2,43 Stu-
dent Council Representative 13
Archeaology Club 13 Fencing Club
Peter W. Klaner
0 "Pete," Glencoe: Student Coun-
cil Representative 2g Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 13 Football 1,23 Door
Betty Jane Knight
9"B. .I.," Evanston: Girls' Club
Publicity Committee 43 G.A.A. 2,
3, 43 Representative 43 Art League
1,3,43 Science Club 2,3,43 Lens
Club 23 Sketch Club 3,43 French
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43
Journalism Club 43 News Staff 4g
"Le Flambeau" 43 Stephens.
George Henry Koerber
0 "Shotsie," Wilmette: Sports Club
1,23 Boys Career Club 4.
'Winnetka: Baseball 1,23 Nauti-
cal Club 1,23 Commerce 220.127.116.11.
' "Lou," Glencoe: Commerce Club
33 South Haven, Mich. 1,23 Mosei.
Dorothy Lorraine Kraft
0 "Krafty," Wilmette: Treble Clcf
Club 13 Commerce 13 Musicale 23
Service Club 43 Sherman Hospital.
Mary Ellen Kraft
0"Cheese," Wilmette: Honor
Group 2,43 Student Council Social
Committee 43 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 13 Financial Committee
23 Friendly Committee 33 Class
Social Committee 2g G.A.A. 1,2,
3,43 LaCrosse 1g Soccer 23 300-
point Award 33 "Wake Up, Jona-
than" 13 Rifle Club 13 Lens Club
23' Dramatics Club 1,2,3,43 Props
Crew 1,2,3: News Staff 33 Contrib-
utor to Inklings 3g Colorado Col-
Donald S. Kraus
0 "Lard," Glencoe: Football 1,2,
3,43 Letter 23 Swimming 2,32
"Queen of Hearts" 13 Boys' Career
Club 43 Swing Club 4g News Staff
Charles Richard Kriebel
0"Dick," Wilmette: T.N.T. 43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group
1,2,3,43 Student Council Represen-
tative 3,43 Study Hall Committee
33 Tri-Ship Representative 23
Usher Corps 43 Publicity Class
Committee 43 Freshman Play 13
Glee Club 2,33 "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 43 German Club 2,3,43
Treasurer 33 President 43 Boys'
Career Club 3, 4: Vice-President
43 News Staff 33 Sports Editor 43
Echoes Staff 4.
Beatrice Elizabeth Kristof
0"Bea," Winnetka: Musicale 3g
Kenneth Erwest Krueger
0 Bud," Glenview: Baseball 23
Door Guard 43 Michigan.
0"Bud," Glencoe: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Tri-Ship
Representative 23 Student Council
Assembly 43 Usher Corps 3,43 As-
sistant Head Usher 43 Class Social
Committee 33 Stage Crew 23 Avia-
tion Club 23 Rifle Club 23 Nauti-
cal Club 33 Traffic Squad 33 Dra-
matic Club 2,3,43 "Trelawny of
the Wells" 43 Actor's Guild 43
0"Bill," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,43 Football 23 Swimming 2,3,43
James Alan Lang
0 "Jim," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 2,3,43 Student
Council Representative 23 Finance
Committee 23 Chairman Building
Sz Grounds Committee 33 Tri-Ship
Dance Committee Chairman 4:
Usher Corps 3,43 Track 2,33 Foot-
ball 2,3,43 Letter 23 Minor 43
9 "Midge," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Charity Committee 23 Soccer 13
Baseball 2: G.A.A. 1,233.43 Treble
Clef Club 23 Lens Club 13 Knox.
Barbara Ann Larson
9 "Bobbie," Wilmette: Honor Su-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43
Girls' Club Finance Committee 43
G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Speedball 2,3,43
Manager Z3 Head 33 Basketball
2,3,43 Volleyball 2,3,43 Head 4:
Baseball 132,33 Numerals 23 300-
point Award 23 600-point Award
33 800-point Award 33 Treble Clef
Club 23 Glee Club 2,33 Service
Club 3,43 Spanish Club 33 Career
Club 4g University of Rochester.
Eileen F. Larweth
0 "Ikie," Glenview: C o m me r c e
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43 Sen-
ior Girls' Office Service Staff 43
South Bend, Indiana 1,2,33 Moser
Theodore John Laser
0"Ted," Northfield: Door Guard
Katherine Margaret Lau
9"Katie," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Employment Committee 33 Ger-
man Club 2,3,4.
Norbert William Laubach
9 "Norm," Wilmette: Student
Council Representative 2,33 Build-
ing 81 Grounds Committee 2,3Q Tri-
Ship Representative 33 Track 2,33
Letter 2,33 Football 23 Information
Desk 43 Rifile Club 23 Commerce
Club 23 Quigley Preparatory Sem-
0 Glencoe: T.N.T. 3,43 Honor
Group 13 Student Council Vice-
President 33 Representative 2g In-
ner Council 33 Assembly Commit-
tee 23 Chairman Study Hall Com-
mittee 3,43 Class President 43
Football 1,2,3,43 Letter 1,2,3,43
Track 1,23 "Witching Hour" 33
Broadcasting Club 1,23 President
2g Boys' Career Club 43 Director
of Lagniappe 43 Usher Corps 4.
0"Ruthie," Hubbard Woods:
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1,2,
3,43 Speedball 3,43 Basketball 33
Awards Committee 1,43 G.A.A. 3,
43 Glee Club 1,23 Choir 3,43 En-
semble 3,43 'Chimes of Normandy"
23 Inklings Staff 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Senior Music Club 43
Margaret Barbara Lehmann
9"Marge," Glenview: Woodstock
Community High 1,23 Commerce
Vera Ruth Lenney
0 Chicago: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,43 Student Coun-
cil Representative 2g Finance Com-
mittee 23 Girls' Club Arrangement
Committee 33 "Wappin Warf" 23
"Royal Family" 3g "Enchanted
April" 43 French Club 2,3,43 Mu-
sicale 33 Broadcasting Club 33
Dramatics 2,3,43 Player 43 Ink-
lings Contributor 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Knitting Club 43 Senior
Girls' Ofhce Service Staff 43 North-
Frederic Dewhurst Lewis
0 "Fred," Winnetka: Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 23 Swimming Manager
2g Managefs Letter 23 Lens Club
13 Driver's Club 1.
Mary Katherine Lidecker
0"Mar," Kenilworth: Student
Council Representative 33 Finance
Committee 33 Student Supervisor
3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Treble Clef Club
23 Spanish Club 33 Treasurer 33
Service 3,43 Knitting Club 43
Girls' Club Employment Commit-
tee Chairman 43 Dennison.
Virginia Audrey Liess
0 "Ginnie," Wilmette: Student
Council Representative 2,33 French
Club 2,33 Service Club 43 Senior
Girls' Office Service Staff 43 North-
0"Lindy," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 4g Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Stu-
dent Council Representative 13
Baseball 1,2,3,43 Captain 43 Letter
2,3,43 Basketball 43 Letter 43
"Pinafore" 33 "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 43 Glee Club 23 Northwest-
Katherine ,lane Lindeman
0 "Kay," Winnetka: German Club
2,3,43 Service Club 43 Musicale 43
Knitting Club 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Schreiberei Staff 43 Ran-
Richard D. Link
0 "Robbi," Winnetka: Cornell.
0 "Lipp," Wilmette: Honor Group
43 Swimming 2,3,43 Letter 2,3,43
Tri-Ship Room Committee 33 Nau-
tical Club 23 Taber Academy,
Mass. 13 University of Illinois.
0 Winnetka: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 23 Class Social Committee
33 Ferry Hall 1,2.
Russell F. Locke, Jr.
"'Rusty," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2,3,43 Tri-
Ship Representative 13 Usher
Corps 3,43 "Pinafore" 3g "Pirates
of Penzance" 43 Glee Club 23
Choir 3,43 Ensemble 43 "En-
chanted April" 43 .lunior Music
Club 13 Senior Music Club 2,3,43
Gavel Club 43 Secretary 43 Dra-
matic Club 43 Lagniappe 4.
Elizabeth A. Lonergan
0Lonnie," Wilmette: Drivers'
Club 1,23 Lens Club 2,33 Book
Club 2,3,43 Vice-President 43
Travel Club 3,43 Spanish Club 3g
Girls' Career Club 43 Knitting
Club 43 Treasurer 43 St. Maiy's
of Notre Dame.
Albert Stoneman Long
9 "Al," Winnetka: Honor Group
1,23 Traffic Squad 3,43 Football
2,33 Door Guard 2,3,43 "larbas" 43
Study Hall Supervisor 43 Bowdoin.
John Reed Long
0 Golf: Honor Group 1,2,4Q Usher
Corps 43 Lens Club 2,3,43 German
Club 33 Boys' Career Club 43
James Edward Lovett
0"Stinko," Winnetka: Honor
Group 1,2Q News Staff 43 Lagni-
appe 43 Union.
Mary Antoinette Ludwig
0"Mar," Hubbard Woods: Com-
merce Club 3,43 Library Assistant
William Arthur Luedeka
0 "Bill" Winnetka: Track 3,43 Let-
ter 43 Football 2,3,43 Letter 41
Boys' Career Club 43 Virginia Mil-
Barbara Irene Lukens
0"Lukey," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 4g Honor Group 1,2,3,43 SIU'
dent Council Representative 33
Building and Grounds Committee
33 Girls' Club Publicity Commit-
tee 23 Charity Committee 33 G.A.-
A. 1,2,3,43 LaCrosse 1? Rifle
1,23 G.A.A. Representative 23 Nu-
merals 13 300-point Award 33 Tre-
ble Clef 23 Rifle Club 1,23 Secre-
tary 23 French Club 2,43 Dramatic
Club 2,3,43 Players 3,42 Knitting
Club 43 Travel Club 43 Service
Club 3,43 Props Crew 1,2,3.43 Co-
Manager 43 University of Illinois.
Barbara Jayne Lyding
0 "Bobby," Winnetka: Hyde- Park
Margaret Linda MacGregor l
0 "Scotty," Winnetka: Swimming
13 Moser Business College.
Don Neil Macllraith
0 "Mac," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,43 Student Council Financial
Committee 2g Tri-Ship Represen-
tative 1,33 Cornell University.
Fred James MacKenzie, Jr.
0 "Mac," Wilmette: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 1,33 Tri-Ship Repre-
sentative 13 Junior Music Club 13
Dramatic Club 1,2,3,43 Light Crew
1,2,3,43 Chief Electrician 2,3,43
Broadcasting Club 43 Science Club
43 Visual Education Staff 1,2,3,43
Chief Operator 2,3,43 California
Institute of Technology.
Mary Jayne Maddock
0 "Jaynie," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Charity Committee 43 Girls' Club
Representative 43 G.A.A. 23 Rep-
resentative 23 Junior Music Club
13 Senior Music Club 2,3,43 Girls'
Career Club 43 University of
Donald Franklin Maguire
0 "Mac," Winnetka: Honor Group
23 Track 3,43 Letter 3,43 Football
43 Letter 43 University of Illinois.
James P. Mahle
0 "James que," Wilmette: T.N.T.
43 Student Council Representative
1,23 Assembly Committee 1,23 Tri-
Ship Dance 3,43 Student Aid 43
Class Social Committee 33 Senior
Class Treasurer 43 Swimming 2,3,
4g Letter 2,3,43 Guard 3,43 "Mr.
Scrooge" 33 Rifle Club 1,23 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Beloit.
Robert Gordon Mann
0 "Bob" Wilmette: "Chimes of
Normandy" 23 "Pinafore" 33 "Pi-
rates of Penzance" 43 Senior Or-
chestra 1,2,3,4. A
0 "Peancho," Northfield: Honor
Group 2,43 Football 1,2,3,43 Let-
ter 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,33 Letter
1,22 Basketball 1,2,33 Letter 1,2,33
Golf lg lllinois Wesleyan.
James Samuel Marcum
0"Jimmy," Glenview: Commerce
Margaret Jean Marsh
0 "Peggy," Kenilworth: Honor
Group 2,3,43 Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Arch-
ery 33 Fistball 23 Service Club
3,43 Spanish Club 33 Girls' Career
Club 4g Knitting Club 43 North-
Catherine Barclay Marx
0 6'Katie," Kenilworth: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2,43 Girls'
Club Representative 23 Social
Committee 43 Arrangements Com-
mittee 43 Class Publicity Commit-
tee 43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 300-point
Award 33 Hockey 1,2,3,43 Volley-
ball 43 Treble Clef Club 13 Serv-
ice Club 43 Secretary 43 Knitting
Club 43 Rifle Club 13 News Staff
4g Study Hall Supervisor 43 Wel-
0 "Izzie," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Charity Committee 43 Junior
Music Club 1,23 French Club 3,43
Alan Herbert Matthews
0Glencoe: Honor Group 3,43
Council Assembly Committee 43
Study Hall Supervisor 43 Usher
Corps 43 Information Desk 43
Glee Club 23 "Pinafore" 33 Opera
Group 3,43 "Mr, Scrooge" 33
Lagniappe 43 News Staff 3,42
Inklings Contributor 33 Gavel
Club 2g Lens Club 3,43 Treasurer
43 Broadcasting Club 3,43 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Boys' Career Club
43 Secretary 43 Lawrence.
Jeanne Helen Matthews
9 "Jeanie," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 33 Treble Clef
Club 13 German Club 2,3,43 Na-
tural Science Club 33 Purdue.
'Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 2,3,43 G.A.A. 43
Lens Club 2,33 French Club 33
Junior Music Club 33 Service
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 4g
Knitting Club 43 Von Steuben 13
Donald Senseney Maxwell
0 "Don," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Tri-Ship
Student Aid 43 Usher Corps 43
t o at o
C ll!! left
Information Desk 43 Orchestra lg
.lunior Music Club 13 Boys' Career
Club 43 Antioch.
E. Maurine May
0 :'Tiny," Wilmette: Commerce
0"Ronnie," Football 1,2,3,43 Let-
ter 2,43 Co-Captain 43 Track 1,23
Glee Club 13 Swing Club 43 Boys'
Career Club 43 Lagmkzppe 43
U. of S. C.
Arthur James Mayland
0 "Jim," Wilmette.
0 Glencoe: Golf 2,3,43 Captain 43
Letter 2,3,43 Basketball 2g Let-
ter 23 Northwestern.
Holden Swift McAllister
"'Hodie," Glencoe: Class Social
Committee 33 Glee Club 2,33
"Pirates of Penzance" 43 Lens
Club 1,43 Boys' Career Club 43
Stage Crew 13 Duke.
Charles S. McCandlish
0 'fMac," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43
Student Council Representative lg
Tri-Ship Representative lg Ger-
man Club 2,3,43 Chess Club 1,23
Boys' Career Club 43 Sports Club
2,3,43 Stage Crew 1,23 North-
Charles Shrader McCoy, Jr.
0 "Chuck," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 ln-
formation Desk 43 Usher Corps 43
"Mr, Scrooge" 33 Band 13 Dra-
matic Club 33 Lens Club 1,2,3,43
Broadcasting Club 3,43 Stage Crew
2,33 News Staff 3,43 Echoes Staff
43 Lagniappe 43 Cornell.
Thomas Northrop McCracken
0"Cracker," Glencoe: Tri-Ship
Representative 1,23 Baseball 23
Letter 23 Football 43 Band 1,2,
Mary Jane McCue
0"Mac," Glenview: Honor Soci-
ety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 G.A.A.
1,2,3,43 Numerals 23 Baseball 23
Riding 1,2,3,43 Swimming 23
Archaeology Club 1,2,3,43 Vice-
President 33 Musicale 2,3,43
Treasurer 2,33 Science Club 1,2,33
Lens Club 1,23 Art League 1,2,3:
Scriblerus 43 News Staff 33
Willard E. McDermott
0 "Mac," Wilmette: Commerce
Club 33 Rifle Club 33 Illinois.
Ronald Whyte McGraw
0 "Ronny," Glencoe: Tri-Ship
Representative 43 Door Guard 43
Track 2,3,43 Rifle Club 13 Radio
Club 13 Chicago Tech.
Robert C. McKahan
0 "Mac," Wilmette: Traffic Squad
43 Notre Dame.
William Henry McKee
0 "Bill," Glencoe: Door Guard 43
Football 23 Rifle Club 1,2,3,43
Chess Club 3,43 Purdue.
Don West McLain
0 "Mac," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,2,43 Tri-Ship Representative 13
Social Committee 33 Varsity Base-
ball Manager 23 Rilie Club 13
Robert Richardson McNitt
"'Mac," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Student Council Representative
3,43 Vice-President 43 Chairman
of Assembly Committee 43 Inter-
school Relations Committee 3.43
Usher Corps 3,43 Track 1,2,3,43
Letter 1,2,3,43 Football 2,3,43 Let-
ter 2,43 Junior Orchestra 13 Boys'
Career Club 33 Cornell.
0 Wilmette: Spanish Club 33 Lens
Club 3g St. Mary's of Notre Dame.
Margaret Elizabeth Mehlhope
"'Maggie," Wilmette: Honor
Group 13 Girls' Club Employment
Committee 43 Class Social Com-
mittee 33 G.A.A. 1,2,33 Soccer
1,21 Basketball 23 Baseball 1,23
Speedball 3,43 Clogging 33 300-
point Award 33 Rhythms 43 600-
point Award 43 Service Club 3,43
Rifle Club 1,2,3,43 Secretary 33
President 43 French Club 3,43
Lens Club 23 Musicale 33 Echoes
Staff 43 Pembroke.
John Earl Melia
"'Shopie," Wilmette: Tri-Ship
Representative 43 Columbia High
School, New Jersey 1,23 North
Margielou Arline Meinig
"'Maggie," Glencoe: G.A.A. 132,
3,43 Soccer 1,23 Speedball 33
Numerals 13 Lens Club 23 French
Club 2,43 Bradford.
John Roy Menary
' "Jack," Evanston: Usher Corps
4g Information Desk 43 Swimming
1,2,3,43 Co-Captain 43 Numerals
13 Letter 2,3,43 Guard 1,2,3,43
Swing Club 43 Echoes Staff 33
Study Hall Supervisor 43 Notre
Thomas Hughes Meredith
0 6'Tom," Kenilworth: Door Guard
43 Science Club 3,43 Boys' Career
Club 4g Kenyon.
William Henry Merkle
'Wilmette: Football 2,43 Letter
2,43 Basketball 23 Track 3,42
Glee Club lg Band 2,3,43 German
Club 33 Gavel Club lg Carleton.
Apoline Regina Meronek
0 "Polly," Kenilworth: St. Joseph's
Academy 1,23 P. J. Jacobs High
School, Stevens Point, Wis. 33
Wisconsin State Teachers College.
Sarah Elizabeth Merrill
0 "Hairless Jo," Winnetka: Hon-
or Group 2,3,43 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 33 Publicity Committee
43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 G.A.A. Represen-
tative 33 Soccer Team 23 Numerals
23 Glee Club 3,43 Treble Clef Club
23 "Mr. Scrooge" 33 "Trelawny of
the Wells" 43 Lens Club 2,32
Quill Club 13 Dramatic Club 3,43
Broadcasting Club 3,43 Vice-Presi-
dent 43 lnklings Contribution
Staff 33 Verse Speaking Choir 43
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,2:
Girls' Club Representative 1,2:
Employment Committee 3: Class
Social Committee 3: "Chimes of
Normandy" 2: "Pinafore" 3: "Pir-
ates of Penzance" 4: Treble Clef
Club 1: Choir 3,4: Ensemble 3,4:
Senior Music Club 2,3,4: Girls'
Career Club 4: DePauw.
9 "Squirrely," Kenilworth: Girls'
Club Representative 2: Glee Club
9 Wilmette: Illinois.
Nancy Helene Meyer
9 "Nanny," Glencoe:
Council Representative 1: Girls'
Club Representative 2: Financial
4: G.A.A. 2,3,4: Fistball 1: 300-
point Award 2: 600-point Award
4: Awards Committee 4: Glee Club
3: Treble Clef Club 2: Junior
Music Club 2: Rifle Club 1.2:
French Club 2,3,4: Musicale 4:
Secretary 4: Echoes Stafl 4: West-
9 "Dick," Glenview: Armour Tech.
9 "Bobby," Glencoe, Football l,2,
3,4: Letter 1,2,3,4: Track 2: Let-
ter 2: Band 3: West Virginia.
Marv Barbara Miller
9 "Bobbie," Winnetka: First Glee
Club 4: Senior Music Club 4:
Musicale 4: Park School of Cleve-
land 1: Port Clinton High 2,3:
Petrana Irene Mincheff
9"Pat," Glenview: Baseball 2:
Commerce Club 4: Girls' Career
Charles Mates Minor
9 "Chuck," Winnetka: St. Albano,
Sycamore, Ill. 1,2,3.
Jean Miriam Mitchell
9Glencoe: Girls' Club Charity
Committee 4: G.A.A. l,2,3,4:
Archery 3: 300-point Award 3:
600-point Award 4: Musicale 3,4:
Glee Club 1,2: "Pinafore," 3:
"Pirates of Penzance" 4: Lens
Club 1: French Club 2,3,4: Serv-
ice Club 4: Senior Girls' Oflice
Service Staff 4: Rockford.
William Lawrence Mitten
9 "Bill." Kenilworth: S t u d e nt
Council Representative 3: Co-
Chairman Building and Grounds
Committee 4: Glee Club 2: Bird
Club 1: Career Club 4: Northwest-
9"Jerry,,' Wilmette: Football 2:
Swimming 2,3,4: Co-Captain 4:
Letter 3,4: Guard 4: Aviation Club
2: Washington State.
Ted A. Mockler
9 "Groucho," Wilmette: Rifle
Club 1: Alaska.
Robert Charles Montonaro
9 "Bob," Kenilworth: Football 2,
Benjamin Harley Moon
9 "Ben," Wilmette: Honor Group
3,4: Football 2: Letter 2: Orches-
tra 2,3,4: Glee Club 1: "Chimes
of Normandy" 2: "Pinafore" 3:
"Pirates of Penzance" 4: Purdue.
Mary Louise Moorhead
9Wilmette: French Club 3,4:
Mary Lura Morgan
9 "Mary Lou," Winnetka: Treble
Clef Club 2: "Enchanted April" 4:
Quill Club 1: Broadcasting 3,4:
Actors' Guild 3: Sketch Club 2,3:
Rifle Club 2: Dramatic Club 4:
Beverly Greene Morrison
9 "Bev," Winnetka: Honor Group
2: Class Social Committee 2:
G.A.A. 3,4: Quill Club 1: French
Club 2: Lens Club 3: Mary Bald-
Robert A. Moss
9"Cowboy," Kenilworth: Door
Guard 5: Football 4: Minor Let-
ter 4: "Trial by Jury" 2: Glee
Club 2,3: Choir 2,3,4,5: Sports
Club l,2: Commerce Club 1,2:
Joseph Donald Mundee
9 "Tyrom," Wilmette.
Everett S. Munson
9"Ev," Wilmette: Glee Club 1:
Radio Club l,2,3: R. C. A. Insti-
Edward Paul Murphy
9 "Ed," Wilmette: Usher Corps 4:
Traflic Squad 3,4: Science Club
2,3,4: Archaeology Club 2,3.4:
Treasurer 3,4: larbas 4: Loyola
Harold Taggart Murray
9 6'Had," Glencoe: Student Coun-
cil Representative 1: Tri-Ship
Representative 3: Cheerleader l,2,
3,4: Letter 3,4: Usher Corps 4:
Class Social Committee 3: Swim-
ming 2,4: Glee Club 2: Rifle
Club 1,2: French Club 2: Lens
Club 2,3,4: Aviation Club 2: Sci-
ence Club 4: Badminton Club 4:
Todd School 2: Hamilton.
Ross Gordon Murray
9 "Rosie," Glencoe: Lens Club 3,4:
Rifle Club 2,3: News 4: Echoes
4: "Iarbas" 3: B. C. 63 4: Wash-
ington and Lee.
Marilyn Dorothy Myrland
9 Wilmette: Glee Club 2,3: Choir
4: "Pirates of Penzance" 4: Junior
Music Club 2: Senior Music Club
3,4: Broadcasting Club 2,3: Act-
ors' Guild 4: Illinois.
9 "Dee," Glencoe: T.N.T. 4: Hon-
or Society 4: Honor Group 1,2,3,4:
Student Council Representative 2:
Inner Council 3: Charter and Con-
tract 2: Inter-Sfchool Relations
1,2,3: Chairman 4: Publications 4:
G.A.A. 1,4: Numerals 3: Speed-
ball 3: "Chimes of Normandy" 2:
"Pinafore" 3: "Pirates of Penz-
ance" 4: Treble Clef Club 1:
Choir 3,4: Chess Club 1: Editor
of Schreiblerei 3,4: Broadcasting
President 4: Girls' Career Club 4:
Edith A. Neiglick
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 2:
G.A.A. 2,3,4: Treble Clef Club 3:
Glee Club 3,4: Spanish Club 4:
Bradley Nyhus Nelson
9 "Brad," Winnetka: Usher Corps
4: Basketball l,2: Boys' Career
Club 4: Dartmouth.
9"Cy," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,4:
Honor Society 4: Honor Group
1,2,3,4: Student Council Repre-
sentative l,2,3,4: Publications
Committee 3: Chairman 4: G.A.A.
l,2,3,4: Spanish Club 3: News
Staff 3: Managing Editor 4: Ink-
lings Contributor 3: Black Moun-
Florence Marie Neukranz
9 '4Flip," Wilmette: Student Coun-
cil Representative 2: Student Re-
lations Committee 2: Girls' Club
Financial Committee 3: Treble
Clef Club 1: Glee Club 2,3: Jun-
ior Music Club l,2: Senior Music
Club 3,4: Musicale 3: Girls'
Career Club 4: French Club 4:
Service Club 4: News Stall 4:
Senior Girls' Office Service Stall
Robert Thomas Nicholson
9 '6Nick," Wilmette: Band 1,2.3,4:
Letter 3: Chess Club l: Rifle
Club 1: Lens Club 2: Cornell
9 "Peg," Winnetka: Student Coun-
cil Representative 1,2,3: Building
and Grounds 3: Girls' Club Finan-
cial Committee 4: Basketball 1,3:
Baseball 1,3: Tennis 1,2,3: Single
Champ 1,2,3: Doubles Champ
1.2,3: Glee Club 2: Treble Clef
Club 1: News Staff 3: Connecticut.
9 "Normie," Wilmette: Fistball 1:
Treble Clef Club l,2: Glee Club 3:
Gavel Club 1: French Club 3,4:
U. C. L. A.
Karen Marie Nyborg
9 Glencoe: Commerce Club 3,4.
Shirley McCormick 0'Brien
9 '6Squirrel," Winnetka: Roycemore
2: Bennett School 3: Finch.
Thomas Clark Octigan
9 "Tom," Winnetka: Honor Group
4: Door Guard 2,3: Student
Supervisor 4: Wabash.
William Ray Ohland
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Hackett High
School, N. Y. 1: American School
2,3: U. C. L. A.
Michael Seymour Olmsted
9"Mike," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 4: Honor Group 1,2,3,4: Tri-
Ship Representative 2: German
Club 2,3,4: Latin Club 3: Har-
Robert G. Olson
9Wilmette: First Glee Club 4:
Musicale 4: Moody Bible Insti-
Walter Kermit Olson
9"Ollie," Kenilworth: Baseball
l,2: Letter 2: Football 3,4: Let-
ter 4: Rifle Club 2: Commerce
Mary Elizabeth Outzen
9 "Kid," Winnetka: Commerce
Warren A. Palmer
9 "Tiny," Evanston: Stevens.
Howard E. Parliament
9 "Parley," Glencoe: Baseball 3,4:
Glee Club 1: Colorado University.
John Kinney Parshall
9 "Johnny," Wilmette: Armour.
Margaret Lillian Paulson
9Wilmette: Honor Society 4:
Honor Group 2,3,4: Treble Clef
Club 1: Glee Club 2: University
Betty Jane Peck
9 "Peck," Winnetka: Sketch Club
3: Art League 3,4: Lindenwood.
Patricia Stevens Peck
9 "Patsy," Winnetka: Honor
Group 2,3: G.A.A. 2,3,4: Hockey
l,2: Oflicial Committee 4: Serv-
ice Club 4: Girls' Career Club 4:
News Staff 4: Sullins.
Rodney Stuart Perrill
9"Bud," Wilmette: Door Guard
4: Football 3,4: Letter 4: Band
Jeanne Marie Persson
9 "Jeanner," Winnetka: Honor
Society 4: Honor Group l,2,3,4:
Student Council Representative 1:
Building and Grounds Committee
2: Girls' Club Representative 3:
Financial 2: Publicity 3: Class
Secretary 2: Dance Committee 4:
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: 300-point Award
3: Hockey 3: Tennis 4: Basketball
4: Baseball 2: Arrangements
Committee 4: Lens Club 1: Bad-
minton Club 4: Smith.
Edward Allen Petersen
9 "Pete," Winnetka: Band 1,2,3,4:
Letter 2,3: Broadcasting Club 1:
Rifle Club 3: German Club 4:
Boys' Career Club 4: Northwest-
Hugh Gerhard Petersen
9 "Hugh," Kenilworth: Honor
Society 4: Honor Group 3,4: Tri-
Ship Representative 4: Student
Council Social Committee 3: Class
Dance Committee 4: Information
Desk 3: Usher Corps 3,4: Dra-
matic Club 4: Los Alamos Ranch
School l,2: Princeton.
Margaret Adelaide Petersen
9"Peg," Wilmette: Honor Group
4: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Representative
4: Numerals 2: Swimming 1,2:
Girls' Club Charity Committee 4:
Art League Club 1: Spanish Club
2,3: Lens Club 3: Travel Club 4:
Journalism 4: Book Club 4: Girls'
Career Club 4: National College
Philip John Petersen
9'LPhil," Kenilworth: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 3,43 Usher
Corps 43 Student Council 13 So-
cial Committee 33 Glee Club 3g
Actors' Guild 43 French Club 33
Boys' Career Club 43 Los Alamos
Ranch School 1,23 Princeton.
Robert James Peterson
9"Bob," Chicago: Honor Group
23 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 M.I.T.
9 "Wally," Glencoe: Honor Soci-
ety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Usher
Corps 43 Rifle Club 2,33 Lens Club
43 Inner Lens Club 43 Debate
Team 33 Echoes Staff 43 North-
Warren I. Peterson
9 "Pete," Wilmette: Study Hall
Supervisor 33 Tri-Ship Represen-
tative lg Track Team 2,3,43 Letter
2,3,43 Senior Orchestra 1,23 Junior
Music Club 13 Senior Music Club
1,23 Information Desk 43 Door
Guard 43 Usher Corps 43 Ripon.
Barbara Star Pettee
9"Peetie," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group
1,2,3,43 Girls' Club Bazaar Com-
mittee 33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Recrea-
tional Sports Head 43 Hockey
2,3,43 Swimming 2,32 Telegraphic
23 300 point award 23 600 point
award 33 800 point award 43 Bas-
ketball 43 Props Crew 3,43 "lar-
bus" 3,43 Junior Music Club 13
Gavel Club 2g French Club 43
Dramatic Club 4: News Stafl 43
Echoes Staff 43 "Le Flambeau" 43
Pasquale Carl Petti
9"Pat," Winnetka: Venice, Cal.
9"Hedy," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 4: G.A.A.
1,2,3,43 Hockey 2,3,43 Swimming
23 300 point award 23 Officials'
Committee 43 "Trial by Jury" 13
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 "Pina-
fore" 33 "Pirates of Penzance" 4:
Orchestra 1,2,3,43 French Club 33
Bradford Eastman Phillips
9 'LBrad," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 33 Band 43 Glee Club
43 Lens Club 13 Drivers' Club 13
Rifle Club 1,2,33 Swing Club 3,43
French Club 33 Knox.
Clint A. Pickett, Jr.
9 "Murph," Wilmette: Door Guard
33 Traffic Squad 43 University
City High 1,23 Illinois.
Margaret Frances Pierson
9"Peg," Wilmette: T.N.T. 3,43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group
1,2,3,43 Girls' Club Arrangements
Committee 2g Treasurer 43 Hockey
1,2,33 LaCrosse 1,23 G.A.A. 1,2,3,
43 Representative 1,35 Numerals
13 300 point award 23 "Trial by
Jury" lg "Chimes of Normandy"
23 "Pinafore" 33 "Pirates of Pen-
zance" 43 Concertmeister 43 Junior
Music Club 13 Senior Music Club
2,3,43 President 43 Dramatic Club
13 Lens Club 23 French Club 33
Rifle Club 43 Girls' Career Club
Lois Williams Pittman
9 "Ducky," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,43
Class Social Committee 33 Girls'
Club Representative 2g Student
Council Secretary 33 Study Hall
Committee 3,43 Representative 2.43
Echoes Staff 3,43 Study Hall Su-
pervisor 3g French Club 2,33 Scrv-
ice Club 43 Erskine.
Robert William Platt
9 "Bob," Winnetka: Honor Group
2,43 Tri-Ship Representative 33
Dinner Committee 4g Usher Corps
3,43 Athletic Manager 23 Tennis
3,43 Track 43 German Club 4:
Boys' Career Club 43 Purdue.
Gordon Corbet Powell
9 "Gordie," Winnetka: H o n o r
Group 13 Usher Corps 43 Football
43 Track 43 Boys' Career Club 43
Badminton Club 4g Princeton.
9 "Rod," Glencoe: Student Coun-
cil Representative 13 Rifle Club 1,
2,33 Boys' Career Club 4.
Bill August Prevallet
9 "Booper," Wilmette: Baseball 1,
23 Letter 2.
Andrew Tone Price
9"A," Winnetka: Basketball 1,2,
3,43 Letter 1,2,33 University of
Robert Stevenson Price
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 1,43
Nautical Club 23 German Club 3.
Richard Henri Prins
9 "Dick," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,3,43 Football 2,3,43 Letter 2,3,43
Boys' Career Club 43 Swing Club
43 Senn 13 Purdue.
Fred John Quick
9Kenilworth: Baseball 1,2,3,43
Letter 2,3,43 Football 1,23 Letter
23 Basketball 1,2,3,4.
Patricia Colleen Quinlan
9 "Pat," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 2,3,43 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,451 "Trelawny of the Wells" 4g
French Club 3,43 Dramatics Club
43 Broadcasting Club 43 Trinity.
Bill Evans Raemer
9 "Bronc," Glencoe: Lens Club 33
Dramatic Club 2,33 Chicago Aero-
Barbara Godfrey Ragsdale
9"Barb," Wilmette: Class Social
Committee 33 G.A.A. 3,43 Golf 3,
43 Head of Golf 43 Glee Club 2,33
Lagniappe 43 Spanish Club 2,35
Echoes Staff 3,43 Circulation Man-
ager 4g Study Hall Supervisor 43
Elizabeth Ann Ranstead
9 "Rannie,,' Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Stu-
dent Council Interscholastic Rela-
tions 43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Numerals 23
300-point Award 33 S 0 c c er 23
Rhythms 2,33 Golf 33 Clogging 43
'6Enchanted April" 43 Broadcast-
ing Club 3,43 Chess Club 33 Knit-
ting Club 43 Dramatic Club 43
Echoes Stall 43 Band 2,3,43 Letter
2,33 Sullivan 13 Northwestern.
Charles J. Rapp
9 'LChuck," Glenview: Honor Group
33 Track 13 Football 2,33 Letter
23 Boys' Career Club 3,43 Spanish
Club 33 Wisconsin.
9 "Ozzie," Glencoe: Football 2,43
Letter 2,43 Baseball 2,43 Letter 23
Basketball 2,3,43 Letter 43 Golf
43 Track 43 University of Oregon.
Claude Seymour Reebie
9HC.B.," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Student Council Assembly Com-
mittee 43 Hobby Show Commit-
tee 33 Tri-Ship Representative 43
Usher Corp 43 Information Desk
43 "Royal Family" 33 GLMY.
Scrooge" 33 "Trelawny of the
Wells" 43 Lagniappe 43 Actors'
Guild 33 Boys, Career Club 33
Treasurer 43 Dramatic Club 3,43
Chess Club 33 President 33 Scrib-
lerus Club 43 Inklings Staff 1,3,43
Editor 43 Contribution Staff 3,43
Study Hall Supervisor 43 Williams
Award 33 The Choate School,
Conn. 23 Williams.
9 Inklings Contributor 4g Lens
Club 23 Rifle Club 23 Notre Dame
Art Award 33 Grinnell.
Roy Spencer Reed
9 "Cowboy," Glencoe: Door Guard
4g Glee Club 13 Dramatic Club
1.2,43 Broadcasting Club 23 Rifle
Club 13 Commerce Club 43 Echoes
Patricia Louis Reimann
9 "Pat," Glenview: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Com-
merce Club 3,43 Travel Club 3,43
Book Club 43 Girls' Career Club
Walter James Reinhardt
9 "Wally," Winnetka: S t u d e n t
Council Representative 13 Tri-
Ship Representative 13 Band 3,43
Nautical Club 2,3,43 Parks Air
Thelma Alice Renfro
9 "Snooks," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Representative 43 Friendly Com-
mittee 43 Broadcasting Club 23
Commerce Club 1,3,43 Lagniappe
43 Fenger 1.
Paul Alfred Rensch
9 Wilmette: Drivers' Club 23 Col-
Muriel P. Richland
9 "Mew," Glencoe: Lens Club 1,23
Broadcasting Club 23 Quill Club
13 Sketch Club 43 Echoes Stafl 43
9 "Howie," Wilmette: Informa-
tion Desk 43 Football 43 Rifle
Club 13 Kenyon.
John B. Robertson
9"Jake,', Wilmette: Orchestra 1,
2,3,43 .lunior Music Club 13 Lens
Club 23 Denison.
John Manly Rodger, Jr.
9"Johnny," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,
4g Student Council Representative
1,23 Interschool Relations Commit-
tee 1,23 Inner Council 1,33 Co-
Chairman Social Committee 3,4Q
Tri-Ship Dance Committee 33 Class
Vice-President 33 Badminton 43
Glee Club 23 President 2g "Wap-
pin' Wharf" 23 Rifle Club lg Dra-
matic Club 2,33 Boys' Career Club
Robert Joseph Roemer
9 "Doc," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 1,23 Information Desk
43 Basketball Manager 33 Letter
33 Football 23 Baseball 2g Com-
merce Club 3,43 President 43 Illi-
9 "Patty," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Financial Committee 33 Swimming
Russel Bracon Rogers
9 "Russ," Wilmette: Usher Corps
43 Swimming 1,23 Glee Club 23
Study Hall Supervisor 43 De Pauw.
9 Evanston: Northwestern.
Betty Jane Rosenblatt
9Kenilworth: Girls, Club Repre-
sentative lg French Club 2,3,43
Girls' Career Club 43 Quill Club
13 University of Chicago.
Betty Jane Rosenheim
9"Beezie," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 33, Student Council
Representative 1,3,43 Buildings and
Grounds Committee 13 Financial
Committee 3,43 Publications 43
Girls' Club Bazaar Committee 3g
Social Chairman 43 Class Social
Committee 4g G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Base-
ball 2,33 300-point Award 33 Glee
Club 3,43 Treble Clef 2g Lens
Club 23 Smith.
James Warren Rosenow
9 "Rosie,,' Wilmette: Football 1,2,
3,43 Letter 2g Baseball 13 Orches-
tra 23 Band 1,2,33 Letter 1,2,33
Rifle Club 13 Cornell College.
Betty Ann Ross
9 "Bets," Winnetka: T.N.T. 4g
Honor Group 43 Class Social Com-
mittee 23 Class Vice President 43
Girls' Club Charity Chairman 43
Arrangements Committee 2g G.A.A.
Member 1,2,3,43 Hockey Team I3
LaCrosse 23 Swimming 1,33 Man-
ager 33 Basketball 1,33 Telegraph-
ic Team 1,33 Speedball 2,33 Head
43 300-point Award 13 Numerals
13 Glee Club 3,43 President 33
Treble Clef 23 President 23 Lens
Club 23 Quill Club 13 Secretary
John Wallace Roth
9' Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Honor
Group 1,2,43 Glee Club 2,33 Choir
43 Lens Club 1,2,3,43 Boys' Career
Club 43 Ornithology Club lg
Echoes Staff 1,2,3,43 Photography
Co-Editor 2,33 Editor-in-Chief 43
9Kenilworth: Honor Group 13
Tri-Ship Representative 23 Usher
Corps 3,43 Northwestern.
Stephen Wilson Rothermel
9"Spider," Winnetka: Honor
Group 2,32 Information Desk 43
Tri-Ship Representative 43 Stu-
dent Council Inter-School Rela-
tions 4g Usher Corps 3,43 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,43 Letter 2,43 Baseball
23 Letter 23 Swimming 1,2,33 Let-
ter 2,33 "Trial by Jury" 13
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 "Pi-
rates of Penzance" 43 Choir 43
Mary Louise Roulet
9"Mimi," Glencoe: "Wake Up,
Jonathan" 13 Sketch Club 1,23
Dramatic Club 1,2,3,43 Rifle Club
James V. Rowley
9 "Jimmy," Wilmette: Football 23
Beverly Hills High School, Cali-
fornia 33 University of Southern
Robert Joseph Rudd
9"Bob," Wilmette: Football 23
Glee Club 2,33 Commerce Club
Edwin Franklin Rugen
9 "Ed," Glenview: Door Guard 43
Marjorie Joy Rydstrom
9 "Skid," Glenview: Girls' Club
Representative 43 Soccer 23 Speed-
ball 33 Manager 33 Numerals 3:
Glee Club 43 Immanuel Church
School 13 Goodman School of Dra-
Richard Fred Sachse
9 "Dick," Wilmette: Golf 33 Let-
ter 33 Sports Club 33 President 43
Virginia Frances Sargent
9 "Sarge" Wilmette: Evanston
School of Nursing.
Peter Lawrence Schaefer
9 "Firebug," Wilmette: Track 2.3,
43 Letter 23 Rifle Club 23 Rifle
Team 23 Letter 23 St. Ambrose.
Robert Eugene Schaer
9"Ripper," Northbrook: Basket-
ball 1,2,33 Letter 23 Baseball 1.2,
3,43 Letter 2,3,43 Door Guard 13
Band 13 Wabash.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 1:
Girls' Club Representative 33 "The
Dyspeptic Ogre" 13 Glee Club 2,
33 French Club 2,32 Northwestern.
Shirley Gladys Schlung
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 3,43 Glee Club 33
Choir 43 "Pirates of Penzance " 43
Junior Music Club 33 Senior Mu-
sic Club 3,43 Broadcasting Club 3g
Actors' Guild 3,43 Senn 1,2.
Janet Bertha Schmidt
9 Northbrook: G.A.A. 4.
9 Wilmette: Mallinckrodt High
Virginia Darling Schwall
9 "Ginnie," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,3,43 G.A.
A. Representative 13 French Club
3,43 Musicale 3,43 Knitting Club
43 Chess Club 33 Girls' Career
Club 43 News Staff 43 Evanston
Township High School 23 De
Robert Wells Scofield
9 "Bob," Kenilworth: Social Com-
mittee 33 Door Guard 3,43 Stage
Crew 33 Light Crew 43 Chess Club
3,43 Jamaica High School, N.Y.
1,2,33 Illinois State Normal Col-
John Howard Scott
9 "Scottie," Glencoe: Honor Group
13 Tri-Ship Representative 33 Band
lg Glee Club 23 Science Club 43
Lens Club 43 Rifle Club 13 Carle-
Arthur Hugh Seddon, Jr.
9"Art," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,43 Basketball 2g Sports Club
1,2,3,43 Boys' Career Club 43 Pur-
Martha Catherine Sesterhenn
9 "Mart," Wilmette: Honor Group
3.43 Baseball 1,33 Speedball 43
Volleyball 43 Numerals 1: Glee
Club 3,43 Treble Clef Club 23
Commerce Club 33 Girls' Career
Club 43 News Staff 43 Senior
Girls' Oflice Service Staff 4.
Angela Lea Shapiro
9 "Angel," W i n n e tk a : "ML
Scrooge" 33 Dramatic Club 3,43
Verse Speaking Choir 43 Senn
High School 1,23 National College
Arthur Lee Shapiro
9 Wilmette: Student Council Rep-
resentative 23 "Trial by Jury" 13
"Chimes of Normandy" 23 "Pina-
fore" 33 "Pirates of Penzance" 43
Senior Orchestra 1,2.3,43 Lens
Club 1,2,3,43 Science Club 2,3,43
Treasurer 23 Secretary 3,43 Broad-
casting Club 13 Musicale 2,3,43
Craft Guild 3,43 President 33 Nau-
tical Club 2,3,4Q German Club 4.
John Gordon Shaw
9 "Gordy," Winnetka: Stage Crew
1,23 Light Crew 3,43 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,43 Player 3,43 Ohio.
Richard Gilbert Shefner
9"Dick," Wilmette: Swimming
Team 3,43 Gavel Club 1.2,3,43
Science Club 2,3,43 Rifle Club 2,
3,43 Rifle Team Letter 2,33 De-
bate Team 3,43 Forensic League
Roger M. Sherman
9"Bud," Wilmette: Football 43
Basketball 3,43 Glee Club 1,2,33
'6Pirates of Penzance" 43 Rifle
Club 23 Boys' Career Club 43 Uni-
versity of Chicago.
Ruth Ann Shiverick
9"Ruthie," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Committee 43 German Club 2,3,43
Secretary 33 Girls' Career Club 4.
Gordon L. Sibley
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,31 Golf
Team 1,2,3,43 Letter 1,2,3,43 Cap-
tain 33 "Pinafore" 33 "Pirates of
Penzance" 43 Glee Club 1,2,33 En-
semble 43 Choir 43 Senior Music
Club 43 Spanish Club 33 Boys'
Career Club 43 Echoes Staff 43
Inklings Contributor 33 Lagniappe
43 Washington and Lee.
Herbert Sieck, Jr.
9 "Herby," Winnetka: Nautical
Club 2,33 Rifle Club 43 Purdue.
Frances Mary Siegel
9 "Fran," Wilmette: Lincoln lligh
School of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis-
9Kenilworth: G.A.A. 43 French
Club 43 Sayner High School 1,23
Lee B. Simpson
9 "Simp," Hubbard Woods: Usher
Corps 43 Class Social Committee
33 French Club 33 Stamp Club 33
Travel Club 33 Actors' Guild 3:
Mitchell Kendell Simpson
9"Mickey," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Student Aid Committee 33 Usher
Corps 43 Inter-School Relations
Committee 4g Information Desk 3,
43 Football 1,2,3,43 Letter 2.43
Track 2,3,43 Letter 43 Glee Club
1,23 Opera Group 43 Miami Uni-
9 Evanston: Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 13 Friendly Committee 4.
George Neilan Smith
9"Nick," Glencoe: Door Guard
43 Nautical Club 43 Senn High
School 1,23 Northwestern.
Janet Elizabeth Smith
9 "Ian," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,33 Girls' Club
Employment Committee 23 Lens
Club 13 Art League 23 French
Club 3,43 Colorado College.
9 "Smitty," W i n n e tk a : Door
Guard 3g Tennis Team 43 Frank-
lin Merritt Memorial Tennis Cup
43 Stamp Club 23 Kenyon.
Vivian Charlotte Smith
9 Wilmette: Baseball 33 Numerals
33 Commerce Club 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Senior Girls' Oflice Serv-
ice Staff 43 Moser.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 33 Tre-
ble Clef Club 23 French Club 43
9 Wilmette: Track Team 43 Dra-
matic Club 43 Stage Crew 43 Gey-
serville High School 1,2,33 Uni-
versity of California.
9 "Bill,,' Glencoe: Swimming Team
43 Guard 43 Lake Forest Academy
Cranbrook School 1,2,3.
Mary Benedict Spear
9"Spear," Winnetka: Lens Club
43 Echoes Stafl' 4.
9 "Roxy," Winnetka: Baseball 2,33
Basketball 23 Knitting Club 43
University of Alabama.
Lorraine Jeannette Staak
9 "Rainie," Glenview: Commerce
9 "Peg,', Winnetka: Student Coun-
cil Representative 33 Publicity
Committee 33 G.A.A. 3,43 Glee
Club 23 French Club 23 Senior
Girls' Office Service Staff 43 Hyde
Park High School 1,23 Wells.
Ralllh W. Starrett
9 "Buster," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 4:
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1,
2,33 Student Council Inter-School
Relations Committee 2,43 Tri-Ship
Representative 1,31 Inter-Scholas-
tic Relations 43 Usher Corps
43 Boys' Career Club 3,43 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Princeton.
Louise Kay Staufert
9"Lou," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 33 Lens Club 1'
Sketch Club 2 3 Art League 2
German Club 33 Book Club 43
Knitting Club 43 Travel Club 43
.lim Kennedy Steel
9 Wilmette: Information Desk 43
Football 43 Letter 43 Track 4'
Merritt G. Steele
9 Winnetka: Science Club 33 Ri-
He Club 4.
William John Steele
9 "Shotsy," Wilmette: Spanish
Club 33 Lens Club 33 Boxing 43
Regis 13 St. George 13 Loyola 23
Marjorie Louise Steen
9 "Marge," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Representative 33 Arrangements
Committee 23 Friendly Committee
3: G.A.A. 1,2,33 French Club 3g
Echoes Staff 23 News Staff 2,3.
William Eugene Steen
9 "Ooftie," Wilmette: Class Social
Committee 23 Usher Corps 3,4:
Information Desk 43 Tri-Ship Stu-
dent Aid Committee 43 Freshman
Plat' 1: "Wappin' Wharf" 2g
Glee Club 1,23 Dramatic Club 1,
2.3: Lens Club 2,33 Science Club
23 Broadcasting Club 1,23 News
Staff 2g Ad Manager 3g Feature
Editor 43 Hamilton.
Germaine Mary Steffens
9 "Steif," Wilmette: Honor Group
43 Volleyball Team 43 Commerce
Club 33 Girls' Career Club 4.
Lester John Steffens
9 "Les," Wilmette: Baseball 4g
Commerce Club 4.
Robert George Steffens
9"Stef1'," Wilmette: Baseball 23
Letter 23 Commerce Club 13
9"Bill," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1,
2,3,43 Student Council Represen-
tative 13 Co-Chairman Publica-
tions Committee 43 Class Social
Committee 33 Latin Plays 43 "Mr.
Scrooge" 33 Stamp Club 1,2,33 Ri-
fle Club 23 Boys' Career Club 33
Dramatic Club 3,43 Echoes Staff
33 Editor Senior Section 43 News
Staff 3,43 Inklings Staff 4g As-
sistant Editor 43 Inklings Con-
tributor 1,2,3,43 Amherst.
Phyllis Romaine Stephens
9"Phyl," Kenilworth: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2,3,43 La-
Crosse 23 Rhythms 43 G.A.A. 2,3,
43 300-point Award 33 600-point
Award 43 Lens Club 2,33 French
Club 3,43 Musicale 3g Book Club
43 Travel Club 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Colorado College.
Barbara Stevens '
9"Stevie," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,2,33 G.A.A.
2,3,43 Baseball 1,23 Manager 2g
Numerals 2g lntra-mural Sports
Committee 43 Spanish Club 2.33
Lens Club 23 Girls' Career Club 43
Betty ,lane Stinson
9"Stinse," Wilmette: Glee Club
2,3,43 Service Club 33 Art League
43 Echoes Staff 43 Stephens.
Joyce Margaret Stoerk
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 4: Hon-
or Group 1,2,33 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 2,3,43 Employment Com-
mittee 23 Glee Club 2,3,4.
9 "Johnnie," Glenview: Door
Guard 43 "Trelawny of the Wells"
43 "Wappin' Wharf" 23 "Royal
Family" 33 Glee Club 13 Dra-
matic Club 1,2,3,4Q Northwestern.
Edward Jackson Stransky, HI
9 "Ed," Glencoe: Honor Group 2,
33 Student Council Representa-
tive 13 Financial Committee 43
Tri-Ship Representative 23 Base-
ball 13 Tennis 43 Door Guard 43
Glee Club 1,23 Natural Science
Club 23 Lens Club 3,43 BOYS'
Career Club 43 Echoes Staff 3,43
News Staff 43 Colorado College.
Robert Edward Strauss
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,3.4-3 TYi'ShiP
Representative 33 Club Room Com-
mittee 43 Usher Corps 43 Door
Guard 43 Lens Club 2,33 Nautical
Club 2,33 Athletic Manager Corps
Daniel Edward Sullivan
9 "Sully," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,33 Track 2,3,43 Letter 2,35 BOYS'
Career Club 43 University of Tex-
Paul Denis Sullivan
9"Buzzie," Glencoe: Football 2,
3,43 Letter 2,3,43 Swimming 2,32
Letter 23 Ryan School of Aero-
Stewart Paul Sullivan
9 "Stew," Glencoe: Track 2,33
William C. Sunkel
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Lincoln High
,lean Louise Swarts
9 "Swartie," Winnetka: G.A.A. 1,
2,3,43 "Chimes of Normandy" 2g
"Pinafore" 33 "Pirates of Pen-
zance" 43 Choir 3,42 Ensemble 3,43
Junior Music Club 23 Senior Music
Club 3,43 Broadcasting Club 3,43
Dramatic Club 3,43 Girls' Career
Club 43 lnklings Contributor 13
John Easter Sweeney
9 "Johnny," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1,23 Glee
Club 33 Debate Team 33 Letter 33
Forensic League 33 Rifle Club 2,43
Drivers' Club 13 German Club 23
Dramatic Club 2,3,43 .lohns-Hop-
Donald Moore Swingley
9 "Don," Wilmette: Glee Club 23
Rifle Club 3.
William Henry Symons
9 "Bill," Wilmette.
Donald Rhore Taylor
9 "Don," Wilmette: Door Guard 43
Band 3,43 Boys' Career Club 43
Sports Club 43 Swing Club 43 St.
George High School 1,23 Univer-
sity of Texas.
Alexis Vsevolod Tellis
9"Alex," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 4i Honor Group 1,2,3,4:
Rifle Team 23 Letter 23 Actors'
Guild 43 "larbus" 43 Junior Music
Club 2: Broadcasting Club 2,43
Radio Club 23 Rifle Club 23 News
Staff 3,43 Hyde Park lg Yale.
9 Winnetka: Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 23 Glee Club 2,33
Evanston High School 1.
Robert Lewis Tentler
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Honor Group
13 Tri-Ship Representative 13 Ger-
man Club 2,33 U.S. Coast Guard,
New London, Connecticut.
9"loannie," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Publicity Committee 43 Lens Club
23 French Club 2,3,43 Colorado
Mav E. Thompson
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 43 Girls'
Club Representative 1,2,33 Employ-
ment Committee 33 G.A.A. 2,3,43
Natural Science Club 23 Lens Club
23 Spanish Club 23 Journalism
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 43 De-
9"Winnie," Winnetka: Honor
Group 3,43 Student Council Rep-
resentative 2g Financial Committee
23 Girls' Club Representative 13
Publicity Committee 33 G.A.A. 1,2,
3,43 G.A.A. Representative 43 Vol-
leyball 3,43 Lacrosse li 1st Glee
Club 2,33 Junior Music Club 23
Vice-President 23 French Club
3,43 Secretary 33 Service Club 43
Girls' Career Club 43 News Busi-
ness Staff 43 Ohio Wesleyan.
Eunice Josephine Thorp
9 "Eunie," Winnetka: Student
Council Representative 1,33 Assem-
bly Committee 33 Girls' Club Pub-
licity Committee 23 G.A.A. 1,2,33
Spanish Club 33 Girls' Career Club
43 Swing Club 43 Echoes Stall 33
News Staff 2,3.
Virginia Ruth Todd
9 "Toddie," Wilmette: Glee Club
23 Treble Clef 13 "Pinafore" 33
"Pirates of Penzance" 43 Quill
Club 13 Senior Girls' Office Serv-
ice Staff 43 Monticello.
Harry George Todtman
9"Todtie," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Representative 23 Glee Club 23,
Rifle Club 23 Northwestern.
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 1,2,33 Social Committee 33
Soccer 13 Treble Clef li Glee Club
2,33 "Pirates of Penzance" 43
French Club 2,3,43 Rifle Club 3g
Service Club 3,4.
,lane Elizabeth Travis
9 "Travie," Glencoe: Swimming 13
Service Club 3,43 Rifle Club 23
Badminton Club 43 Career Club 43
,lean Ethel Treveiler
9 "Trevie," Hubbard Woods:
Honor Group 1.3,4: Class Manager
of Recreational Sports 33 Props
Crew 3,43 Glee Club 2,33 French
Club 2,33 Career Club 43 Service
Club 43 Dramatic Club 43 Centre
Marv Helen Troy
9"Troysie," Wilmette: Honor
Group 1,43 Girls' Club Represen-
tative 43 Girls' Career Club 4.
9"Ginny," Hubbard Woods:
G.A.A. 3,43 300-point Award 43
Spanish Club 33 Gavel Club 33
Book Club 4: Broadcasting Club
43 Knitting Club 43 Musicale 43
Girls' Career Club 43 News Stall
43 Marywood 1,23 Cornell Univer-
9 Winnetka: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 3: Social Committee 43
Spanish Club 23 Grinnell.
Ben Durham Van Cleave
9 Winnetka: Swimming Team 1,2,
43 Glee Club 23 Chess Club 23
Rifle Club 23 Colgate.
Arthur Clark VanHorne, Jr.
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group l,2,3,43 Glee Club 2,33 "Pi-
rates of Penzance" 43 Band 3,43
Lens Club 3,43 Stamp Club lg
Boys' Career Club 43 Badminton
Club 43 News Staff 43 Echoes
Staff 4g Assistant Editor 43 Prince-
Pauline Van Horne
9 "Pogy," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Representative 43 Treble Clef 23
Knitting Club 43
Glee Club 33
French Club 43 Senior Girls' Ollice
Service Staff 43 Lincoln, Nebraska:
Robert R. Vehe
9 "Tinner," Chicago: Sullivan
High School 1,2,33 Dartmouth.
Barbara ,lean Vernon
9 "Barby," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Arrangements Committee 33 G.A.A.
2,3,43 Soccer 13 Numerals 13 "Mr,
Scrooge" 33 "Pinafore" 33 "Pirates
of Penzance" 43 Glee Club 1,23
Choir 33 Ensemble 33 Natural Sci-
ence Club 1,2,3,43 Dramatic Club
3,43 Girls' Career Club 43 Journal-
ism Club 43 Senior Music Club 43
it ui hed
Margaret Annette Versino
9"Meg," Wilmette: Commerce
Club 13 Spanish Club 33 Stamp
Club 13 Girls' Career Club 43
Knitting Club 43 Evanston Busi-
9 Wilmette: Student Council Rep-
resentative 1,23 University School,
Pasadena, California 3g Rollins.
9 "Buddy," Glencoe.
Frances Barbara Wagner
9"Wag," Wilmette: Honor S0-
ciety 4g Honor Group 1,2,3,43
Girls' Club Arrangements Commit-
tee 43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Baseball 1,
2,33 Volleyball 3g Speedball 3,43
Rhythms 3,43 Head 43 300-point
Award 3g Glee Club 2,35 Choir 43
"Pirates of Penzance" 43 Com-
merce Club 23 Vice-President 23
News Staff 43 Coe.
Harold R. Wagner
9 Wilmette: Football 2.
Jeannette Ann Wagner
9 "Jeanne," Glenview: Baseball 23
Glee Club 33 Treble Clef 1,23
Commerce Club 43 Senior Girls'
Ollice Service Staff 4.
John Craig Walker
9 "Jack," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1,
2,3,43 Student Council Represen-
tative 1,43 Assembly Committee 43
Football 43 Letter 43 Track 43
Usher Corps 43 "Wappin' Wharf"
23 "ML Scrooge" 33 Dramatic
Club 2,3,43 President 43 Bird Club
lg Science Club 1,2,3Q Broadcast-
ing Club 33 Harvard Club Award
Stephen P. Walker, Jr.
9"Steve," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group l,2,3,4Q
Ushers Corps 43 Football Man-
ager 2,33 Basketball Manager
33 Basketball 2,3,43 Letter 3,42
Football 33 Boys' Career Club 43
Badminton Club 43 Echoes 43
University of Rochester.
Dorothy Eleanor Wallers
9"Dotty," Wilmette: Treble Clef
Club 2g Moser.
Robert Forrest Walsh
9 "Knobby," Winnetka: Track 43
Baseball 43 Art League 4g Marm-
ion Military Academy 1,23 Texas
A. and M.
David M. Waters
9 Glencoe: Lawrence.
Dev Wadsworth Watts
9 "Daisy," Glencoe: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 3,43 Student Council
Publications Committee 43 Usher
Corps 3,43 lnformation Desk 43
Glee Club 2,33 Tennis 43 Choir 4g
Lens Club 1,2,3,4Q President 4g
Rifle Club 23 Boys' Career Club
3,43 Echoes Staff 3,43 Photo Editor
43 News Staff 3,43 News Editor 43
Frances Bryant Weber
9 "Franny," Winnetka: Student
Council Representative 15 Build-
ing and Grounds Committee 15
Girls' Club Representative 25
Charity Committee 25 Social Com-
mittee 35 Financial Committee 45
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 G.A.A. Representa-
tive 45 Basketball 4: Baseball 15
Numerals 45 Lens Club l,2,5 Sen-
ior Girls' Oliice Service Staff 45
Lake Erie College.
Clifford Mandel Weil
0"Cliff," Winnetka: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group
1,2,3,45 Student Council Represen-
tative 25 Tri-Ship Representative
15 Usher Corps 45 Plays 1,3,45
Dramatic Club 1,2,3,45 Broadcast-
ing Club 3,45 Science Club 45
Echoes Stall 3,45 Sports Editor 45
News Staff 3,45 Trailic Squad 35
0"Scoop," Kenilworth: T.N.T.
45 Honor Group 15 Girls' Club
Representative 1,25 Chairman
Friendly Committee 45 Charity
Committee 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 300-
point 35 Numerals 15 Soccer 1,25
Speedball 3,45 Class Manager 45
Volleyball 25 Basketball 1,2,35
Clogging 35 Archery 25 Fistball 2,
35 Iarbas 35 Treble Clef 25 Glee
Club 3,45 ,lunior Music Club 25
Lens Club 35 French Club 3,45
Service Club 3,45 Musicale 35
Knitting Club 45 Girls' Career
Club 45 Senior Section Editor of
Echoes 45 Stephens.
G. Dale Wetterer
0"Googie," Wilmette: Honor
Group 15 Student Council Repre-
sentative 15 Girls' Club Publicity
Committee 45 Assembly Committee
45 Hockey Manager 15 Swimming
2,35 Treble Clef 25 "Wake Up
Jonathan" 15 "Enchanted April"
45 French Club 35 Lens Club 45
Broadcasting Club 1: Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,45 Echoes Photo Staff 45
News Ad Staff 45 U.C.L.A.
Robert Guy Welzel
0 "Bob," Wilmette: Door Guard 45
Usher Corps 45 Nautical Club 3,45
Lens Club 35 Rifle Club 15 North-
Harry Edward White
0 "Slug," Winnetka: Ushers Corps
45 Basketball 15 Football 3,45 Let-
ter 45 Track 45 Boys' Career Club
45 Badminton Club 45 Swing Club
0Winnetka: Musicale 35 Royce-
Shirley Adele White 15 Science Club 35 Glee Club 45
0 "Saw," Winnetka: Hockey 15
Baseball 15 Spanish Club 25 Serv-
ice Club 3,45 Swing Club 35 Girls'
Career Club 45 News Staff 45
Pierce Allen Whiteside
0 "Sneaky," Wilmette: F r o s h -
Soph Basketball 15 University of
Roy Kelly Whittington
0 "Sparky," Kenilworth: Student
Council 1,2,35 B u i l d i n g and
Grounds Committee 35 Door Guard
45 Football 2,3,45 Letter 2,45
Track 1,2,35 Letter 1,2.
Violet Betty Widen
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 2,3,45 Girls' Career Club 45
Commerce Club 45 Echoes Staff 35
Associate Editor 45 Moser.
Dorothy Agnes Wieland
0 "Dot," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Social Committee 45 G.A.A. 3,45
Treble Clef 25 Spanish Club 35
Knitting Club 4.
John Levering Wiese
' "lack," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 3,45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,
2,3,45 Student Council Representa-
tive 1,25 Tri-Ship President 45
Usher Corps 3,45 Class Treasurer
35 Swimming Team 1,2,3,45 Letter
1.2,3,45 "Mr, Scrooge" 35 Dramatic
Club 3,45 German Club 35 Career
Club 45 Yale.
Robert James Wiese
0"Bob," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Student Council Assembly
Committee 45 Usher Corps 45
Assistant Head Usher 45 Swimming
2,3,45 Letter 2,3,45 Guard 2,3,45
"Trelawny of the Wells" 5: Glee
Club 45 Secretary and President 45
Boys' Ensemble 55 "Pirates of
Penzance" 55 Senior Music Club
55 Dramatic Club 55 Spanish Club
45 Secretary 45 Oratory 45 Broad-
casting Club 55 President 55 Study
Hall Supervisor 55 Princeton.
David Whipple Wilder
9"Wilke," Winnetka: Student
Council Representative 15 Inter-
school Relations Committee 15 Tri-
Ship Representative 35 Tri-Ship
Chairman, Club Room Committee
45 Swimming 1,2,3,45 Guard 2,3,45
Letter 3,45 Nautical Club 1,2,3.
Nancy Phipps Wilder
"'Nance," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Representative 25 Girls' Club
Finance Committee 2,35 G.A.A. 1,
2,3,45 G.A.A. Representative 35
Soccer 25 Rhythms 15 300-point
Award 45 Numerals 25 Rifle Club
Service Club 45 Badminton Club
45 Frances Shimer.
3 "Brad," Highland Park: Honor
Group 15 Track 45 Sports Club
Raleigh Thomas Williams
'Winnetkaz Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Student
Council Representative 35 Building
and Grounds Committee 35 Tri-
Ship Representative 15 Usher
Corps 45 Swimming Team 2,3,45
Swimming Letter 2,3,45 Cheerlead-
ing Squad 1,2,3,45 Head Cheer-
leader 45 Aviation Club 15 Boys'
Career Club 4.
U Wilmette: Honor Group 2,35
Gavel Club 45 Lens Club 2,3,45
Echoes Photo Staff 45 Niles Town-
ship 15 DePauw.
Donald Elbert Wilson
' "Willie," Glencoe: Honor Group
2,3,45 Tri-Ship Representative 15
Class Treasurer 25 Basketball 1,2,
3,45 Captain 45 Letter 2,3,45 Swim-
ming 15 Track 15 Oregon.
James Douglas Wilson
0 "Jimmie," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 2,
3,45 Student Council Representa-
tive 15 Finance Committee 45 ln-
formation Desk 45 Student Aid
Committee 45 Usher Corps 45 Door
Guard 3,45 Football Manager 2,35
Athletic Manager Corps 45 Presi-
dent 45 Aviation Club 15 Broad-
casting Club 45 Inklings Staff 45
Contributor 35 Echoes Staff 45
News Staff 45 Study Hall Super-
visor 45 Notre Dame.
J. Jean Wilson
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 3,45 La-
crosse 25 Numerals 25 Actors'
Guild 3,45 Lens Club 25 French
Club 35 Journalism Club 45 Girls'
Career Club 45 News Staff 3,45
"'Wils," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,2,
3,45 Student Council Assembly
Committee 45 Tri-Ship Publicity
Committee 35 Representative 15
Usher Corps 3,45 Class President
25 Publicity Committee 45 "Wap-
pin' Warf" 25 "Mr. Scrooge" 35
"Trelawny of the Wells" 45 Glee
Club 25 Broadcasting Club 1,3,45
Treasurer 45 Aviation Club 15
Lagniappe 45 Dramatic Club 1,2,
3,45 German Club 45 Echoes Staff
35 Feature Editor 45 Cornell.
Walter David Wilson
9 "Wally," Wilmette: Trailic Squad
45 Loyola Academy 1,25 Princeton.
Mary Frances Withrow
0 "Frame," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Charity Committee 45 Quill Club
15 Lens Club 25 French Club 35
Badminton Club 45 Girls' Career
Club 45 Chevy-Chase.
Fred Edward Witt
0 "Fritz," Wilmette.
Robert Shepherd Woodbridge
"'Woody," Wilmette: Tri-Ship
Club Room Committee 45 Career
Club 45 Lake Forest.
Richard King WoodruE
0 "Dick," Winnetka: Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 25 Class Social Com-
mittee 35 "Mr. Scrooge" 35 Stage
Crew 3,45 Manager 45 Dramatic
Club 3,45 Hamilton.
Marion Clark Woolhiser
9 "Woolie," Winnetka: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,
2,3,45 Student Council Building
and Grounds Committee 1,35 Fi-
nancial Committee 45 Inter-school
Relations Committee 15 Girls' Club
Vice-President 45 Financial Com-
mittee 15 Social Committee 25
Class Vice-President 25 Hockey 1,
2,35 Basketball 1,2,35 Fistball 35
Baseball 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 300-
point Award 25 600-point Award 35
Class Tennis Winner 1,2,3,45 Head
of Tennis 45 Treble Clef 15 Glee
Club 2,35 Lens Club 15 Career
Club 45 Leland-Stanford.
Barbara Erwin Worsfold
0 "Bobbie," Kenilworth: Girls'
Club Social Committee 45 Senior
Girls' Oliice Service Staff 45 Metro-
politan Business College.
Mary Ellen Wright
9"Mel," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 45 Art League
45 Sketch Club 45 Knitting Club
45 North High School, Sheboygan
William K. Yates
9 HW. K.," Wilmette: Baseball 1,
25 Football 25 Texas A. 81 M.
George Adkins Young
0 "Squirrel," Glencoe: Freshman
Play 15 Dramatic Club 1,2,35 Uni-
versity of Kentucky.
0 "Larry," Wilmette: Illinois.
Leroy Earl Zicli
0 "Zeke," Hubbard Woods: Honor
Society 45 Honor Group 1,2,35
Trailic Squad 35 Information Desk
4: Baseball 1,2-33 I-EUCP 2.3: "Pi-
rates of Penzance" 45 Glee Club
Administration .......... .... 1 2
Administration, Student . . 13
Adviser Chairmen ....... .... 1 5
Archaeology Club . .. .. 64
Art Department .... .. 19
Badminton Club ...... .... 6 9
Band ................ .... 5 2
Baseball-Frosh-Soph . . . .... . . 93
Varsity ............ . 94-95
Basketball--Frosh-Soph . . 83
Varsity ............ 84- 85
Book Club ........... .... 5 8
Boys' Career Club . . . . . . . 65
Broadcasting Club .. .... 72
Career Clubs .... . . . . . . . 65
Cheer Leaders . - - 48
Chess Club .... . - 66
Choir ......... .-.- 5 4
Coin Club .......... -..- 6 4
Commerce Club ....... .... 6 6
Commerce Department . . . . . . . 20
Committees-G.A.A. . . . . . . 50
Girls' Club ....... .--- 4 5
Student Council .. . . 4-3
Tri-Ship Club . . . . . 47
Debate Team .... . . . . . . . 59
Door Guards ..... . - 48
Dramatic Activities 70-71
Dramatic Casts ....... .... 7 1
Dramatic Department . . . . . . . 21
Echoes . . . . . -76-77
Editors ....... - - 76
Staifs ........... .... 7 7
Editors' Comment . . . . . . . 5
English Department . . . . . . . 16
Ensembles ......... .... 5 5
Feature Section ...... 26-31
Football-Frosh-Soph .... . . .... 82
Varsity ...................... .... 8 0-81
Foreign Language Department . . . . . . . 17
French Club ................. .... 6 2
G.A.A. ......... .... .... 5 0 -51
Class Managers .. . . 51
Committees ..... . . 51
Point Awards . . . . 50
Representatives -' '. . . . 50
Sports Heads .. . .. 51
Gavel Club ......
German Club ....,.
Girls' Career Club
Girls' Club ........
Committees ..,. .... 4 5
Representatives ...... 44
Girls' I-M Sports .. .... 100-101
Girls' Office Staff .... ........ 2 3
Girls' Sports ...... .... 1 02-103
Glee Clubs .... .... 5 6
Golf ........ . . . 96
Health Department .......... .... 2 2
Hobby Club .................. .... 6 9
Home Economics Department . . . . . . . 21
Honor Groups ................ .... 1 07
Honor Society .. . .... , 106
Industrial Arts Department .... .... 2 1
Information Desk ........... .... 4 8
Inklings .......... .... 7 3
In Memoriam .... .... 1 4
I-M Sports . . . .... 98-99
Journalism Club ...... .... 5 8
Junior Music Club .... .... 5 7
Knitting Club . . . . . . . . . . 67
Latin Club.... ....63
Light Crew .... .... 7 1
Managers Corps .......... .... 4 9
Mathematics Department .... .... 1 5
Miscellaneous Staffs ..... . .... 23
Musicale Club .............. .... 5 7
Music Department ............ .... 2 0
Music Integration Department . . . . . . . 20
Musical Organizations . .......
Nautical Club . . . . . .
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Science Club .........
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Scriblerus Club ......
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Senior Section ....
Senior Story . . .
Service Club ..
Sketch Club ............
Snapshot Section .......... . .
Social Studies Department
Sports Club ............
Sports Heads-G.A.A. . . .
Stage Crew ..........
Stamp Club .....
Student Council ....
Study Hall Supervisors ..
Swing Club .. .
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