New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1944
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'5William W. Cassell
:kJames W. Clements
'kNorman L. Craig
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Ralph K. J0l1eS "FKilled, others missing
0 The New Trier Echoes greatly appreciates the cooperation and help of
the Tri-Ship Club in compiling the Honor Roll of our alumni. This list is
complete only up to the day the Echoes went to press, May 1, 1944. The
above names are printed with a certain pride and satisfaction in knowing
that no matter where they were or what they were doing, the New Trier
alumni did their job, and always will do their job, to the best of their ability.
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The year 1943-44 is one that will long
be remembered, not only by us, the stu-
dents of New Trier, but by the students
all over the world. The outcome of the
war will depend upon us, as will the peace
that follows. It is our aim, therefore, to
build this year7s ECHOES around the
ideals and principles that we are striving
for, and soon hope to obtain.
It is our sincere hope that you may find
this volume a treasure of memories of the
happy years spent at New Trier, and a
promise of happier years to come.
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ANDERSON UAKNETT HINNERS JARCHOW PUTNAM
BROWN KAHLER MALONEY HERRON BIESEMEIER
0 Little need be said of the achievements of the New Trier Administration
and the Board of Education. Through their efforts, New Trier has obtained
one of the highest scholastic ratings in the country. They have effectively
seen to it that the school and activities run smoothly and properly.
New Trier has benefited greatly through the outstanding work done
by Matthew P. Gaffney, superintendent for the past thirteen years. He has
striven for pleasant relationships between the faculty and the students,
and has tried to see that every student gets as much as possible from his
four years in high school.
Aided by Mr. W. L. Brown, Business Manager and Assistant Superin-
tendent, Mr. H. H. Herron, Registrar and Office Supervisor, Mr. F. A.
Kahler, Dean of Boys, Miss Helen Maloney, Dean of Girls, and Mr. R. F. L.
Biesemeier, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds, Mr. Gaifney has
succeeded in making our school one of the best in the country.
The task of taking care of all class affairs falls upon the adviser chair-
man. They direct adviser-room work throughout the year and act as a link
between the advisers and the deans.
SHAW REILY HURST GRINNELL VERNON MALONEY KAHLER
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The Board of Education, under the leadership of Mr. H. A. Anderson,
plays a very important part in the running of New Trier. The Board is
made up of iive members: Mr. H. A. Anderson, Mr. 0. R. Barnett, Mr.
C. E. Jarchow, Mr. R. G. Hinners, and Mr. G. W. Putnam.
Another important part of the New Trier Administration is the Depart-
ment Heads. Each of the fourteen department heads correlates the pro-
gram of his own department with the program of others. It is also his
duty to integrate the courses within his own department and to supervise
the selections of all textbooks that might he used.
Library Mathematics Music Phvsical Education Science Social Studies
LIBBEY SNYDER COTTON mms, CBOYS, WINDOES ULLRICK
Art Commerce English Languages Health Home Economics Industrial Arts
MURPHY JOHNSON HUTCHENS SMALL SCHOENENBERGER LIGHTER BIESEMEIER
ABBOTT ARAM BRADBURN BRADY BREIDENBACK
' V EBENER L EDWARDS FEAR!-IEILEY FLENTYE FRISBIE
KIDD KING LEI-IMAN ' MacLEAN
SMITH JR STANWOOD THORNE
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STUDENT GIRLS' OFFICE STAFF
Haase, Becker, Humphrey, Balkin,
Gordon, I-Iartshome, I-Ioesch.
Mann. Slayton, Bowden, Jackson
Heiser, Martin, Trudeau, Hooker.
Clark, Porter, Melvoin, Giddes, Gruhn
Torrey, Peterson, Gudbrandsen.
THE STUDENT GIRLS' OFFICE STAFF-
O Many responsibilities are carried out by the small but eflicient Student
Girls' Oflice Staff. The staff is made up of Junior and Senior girls only.
The girls may have their choice as to whether they would rather work in
the front oflice or the Registrar's oflice, where there are usually one or two
girls assigned each period of the day. To obtain a position on this staff, the
girls sign up, and from this list, Miss Maloney selects between thirty and
forty of them. The school would be at a loss without the precision and
capability of this staff.
THE OFFICE STAFF
0 The operation of the school would be greatly impaired if it were not
for the excellent work of the oflice staff. This consists of thirteen members
who work in all the various school oflices. The office staff is responsible for
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student records and credit transcripts, for program changes, attendance,
the school calendar and scheduling of school events, mimeographing,
secretarial work, and many other jobs.
0 The sponsorship and technical supervision of the Student Visual Educa-
tion is under the direction of Mr. Donald Smith. They run oif seven hundred
educational films every nine months and there are two volunteer students
each period of the day.
0 The Library Assistants are a group of volunteer upperclassmen that
give a period each day to help out with the various duties of the Library.
LIBRARY ASSISTANTS VISUAL EDUCATION
Row 1: North, Poore, Bare, Lundeen, Spiegel, Wright. Row 1: Bondy, Leal, Keller, Haase, Harnsberger
Row 2: Gary, Kolne, Rosberg, Edgerton, Farrar, Wirth. Row 2: Carey, Rux, Boesch, Fried, Breen.
Row 3: Crowell, Chace, Knight, Swanson, Bratschi, Steele. Row 3: Russell, Storch, Swanson, Noonan.
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0 The Service Club is composed of chosen girls who are interested in
first aid and simple nursing. Under the supervision of Mrs. Schoenberger
and Miss Hendricks, the girls have given much of their time to work in the
nurse's office, assistants at P.T.A. meetings, and at the Christmas and
Row 1: R. N. Schoenenberger, Moon, Haskell, Miller, Shinnick, Kiddoo, Huylef, Uficey Kaufman,
Drew, Tuttle, Hicks, R. N. Hendrick.
dh Lloyd White
R0W21A1eXander, Koch, Reling, Tuder, Wade, Heiser, Gordon, Elling, 0 , 1 ,
Murphy, Price, Adams.
ROW 32 Y0lll1g, Giddes, Stewart, Sandberg, Sutherland, McCabe, Talley, Koll, Gardiner: Borland,
Torrey, Clark, Durham, Goldberg
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Row 1: Moeller, Hillingbery, Brown, Schumacher, Lindsay, Hale, Warfield, Engelhard
Row 2: Bryson, Holland, Shanesy, Gregory, B. Clarke, J. Clarke, Treveiler, Kadyk
Row 3: Guthridge, Whitehead, Jannotta, Weldon, Donahue, Rockcastle, Bowler, Condon
Studen t Council
0 Under the leadership of Dick Saunders, President, Dave
Spoehr, Vice-President, Ginny Cushman, Secretary, and Kent
Yowell, Treasurer, the council carried on a busy year with
many activities. Its various departments were ably handled
by the following executive secretaries, Dave Baldwin, Assem-
blyg Tom Shanesy, Dining Hall, Phil Leekley, Publicity, Emily
Cleary and Phil Corper, Service, Barbara Bachmann, Social,
Dave Spoehr, Study Hall, Mike Watkins, War. The council
consists of eight representatives elected by each class, two
faculty members, Miss Hadden and Mr. Wehr, and a sponsor,
Mr. Van Deursen.
VAN DEURSEN HADDEN WEHR
COUNCIL COMMITTEES L " S
White, Bachmann, Warfield, Berlin, Drucker, Hurlbut, Toel, Moeller.
Whitehead, Condon, Meany, Holland, Lindsay, Birkelund, Bryson, Booth, Pome-
Yowell, Watkins, Ely, Wellin, Collins, J. Clarke, Treveiler, B. Clarke, Davis,
1ST SEMESTER S. H. SUPERVISORS
Cleary, Way, Koch, Taylor, Middleton, Kiddoo, Nuzum, Ritter, von der Lippen, Dantonet,
Condon, Hoesch, Ringholm, Tanner, Warfield, Booth.
Kutzer, Moyer, Wood, Holway, Camphausen, Masser, Marmaduke, MacKenzie, Gott, Hall,
Price, Walker, White, Waldorf, McNulty, Hill, Levy, Ely.
Wisehart, Schipfer, Harvey, Dole, Collins, Spangler, Howell, Mack, Leekley, Suttle, Thomp-
son, Anderson, Gregory, Condon, Thatcher, Fox.
2ND SEMESTER S. H. SUPERVISORS
Billow, Smith, Allen, Hill, McNulty, Wood, Warfield, Way, Crowell.
Cook, Middleton, Taylor, Pearson, Condon, Dantonet, Williams, Melvoin, MacKenzie, Nix,
Lee, White, Davis, Barnes, Wellin, Clarke, Treveiler, Anderson, Brick, Hlmt, Harvey,
Hoyt, Levy, Mergener, Fox, Bowler, Kritzer, Swan, Shanesy, Yowell, Howard, Hadley,
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A successful campaign to sell activities tickets enabled the council to
help finance the athletic program, the New Trier News, Inklings, Dramatic
Club productions, debate, G.A.A., and council expenses.
Student supervised study halls were rearranged and expanded to in-
clude more students than ever before. War stamps and bonds were sold
throughout the year with considerable success which enabled us to earn
and keep flying the "Minute Man Flag" of the governmentis uSchools at
War" program. A remarkably successful drive to sell war bonds in the
community resulted in a sale of 3440A-95.50 which was the largest amount
sold by any school in the state at that time.
During the year a new department was created to organize and handle
the clearing of the dining hall which had to be done by the students them-
selves because of the labor shortage. While the results have not been
perfect, this project represents a great advance in student organization
Other services rendered included helping put on the Hallowe'en party,
the gym-jams, a number of assemblies, a Riders, Club to facilitate boys
getting rides to school, and a forum on citizenship. Altogether, consid-
erable progress has been made in giving New Trier students an opportunity
to develop good citizenship.
Row 1: Brown, Moeller, Warfield, Saunders, Bachmann.
Row 2: Hollingbery, Bryson, Holland, Wellin, Lindsay, Hurlbut.
Row 3: Toel, Whitehead, Shanesy, Musson, Guthridge.
ADVISOR STAMP REPRESENTATIVES
: McNulty, Cederberg, Sheriffs, Williams, Christensen, Keig, Lewis, Stade, l-lohfelder, Mayer, Reinhard, Hoyt, Perkins, Knupfer, Rittersporn,
Basquin, Harris, McKeldin.
: Pollen, Droegemueller, Wells, Loewe, Humphrey, Rice, Thompson, Morrison, Funkhouser, Warden, Leathers, Miller, Briggs, D. Rose, Ortegel
Sinclair, Hoy, Nuzum, Carpenter, Cody, Ketcham, Morrison, Pauschart, Cahn, Boyle, P. Rose.
: Showers, Robson, Frazier, McLean, Proudfoot, Street, Dodge, Billow, Barnes, Torrey, Crane, Druliner, Loewe, Birkelund, Kreger, Holmes
Parsons, Bauer, Steel, Loeffell, Rothermel, Hurley, Gunn, Masser, Provoost, Vedder, Broadhurst, Perrin, Elmer, Yntema, Snyder, Woods
: Story, Lund, McKee, Fox, Henning, Spaulding, Proudfoot, Miller, Crowell, Carey, Little, Humphrey, Rosberg, Anderson, Hahn, Jacobi, Dudley,
Blietz, Walworth, Miller, Collins, Chace, Quaintance, Roe, Crawford, Swan, Stein, Bauman, Halpin, Carney, Pearson, Tomlinson, Judsen Olsen
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HILL DOLE SHANNON ROCKCASTLE
NUZUM JACOB CONDON WISEHART
RICHMOND STEINGRABBER STOWERS MEYERS
0 This year the Tri-Ship Club has more than lived up to its
tradition of creating Citizenship, Sportsmanship, and Fellow-
ship alnong its members. A wide program of activities was
carried out during the year, including the ever-popular Tri-
Ship dances, the Athletic Dinner held in the fall, the Father
and Son Banquet which came early in the spring, and perhaps
the most outstanding feature, 6'Lagniappe,', the student 'talent
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Row 1: Ragland, Bowser, Burt, Lee, -Ramsey,
Steele, Wood, Holway, Palmquist.
Row 2: Rich, Stake, Fried, Lucas, Harvey,
Snyder, Johnson, Shefte, Sherwin, Rumm-
Row 3: Levy, Hunt, Campbell, Knight, Farring-
ton, Harrison, Rennolds, Michinaro.
During the course of the year, four important drives were
conducted in collaboration with the Girls Club. These were the
Russian War Relief Drive, the Book Drive for American War
Prisoners, Christmas gifts for the Fort Sheridan soldiers, and
the Red Cross War Fund Drive.
Merrifield, Farrington, Hadley, Van Zuy-
len, Ellis, Gilbert, Lersch, Schoeneck,
Steele, Grenning, Gordon, Rennolds,
Jacob, Wood, Bray.
Wolf, Kletzien, Stake, Myers, Swan, Sut-
tle, Gregory, Carruth, Lyford, Marx,
Green, Moyer, Simpson, McNu.lty.
Cutler, Mills, Sullivan, Hunt,
Lidecker, Mack, Barnes, Edgerton, David,
Lynch, Anderson, Gershman,
Hill, Hoyt, Knight, Saunders, Shannon,
Wisehart, H. Fox, Dunlap, Spangler,
Stake, Kritzer, Yowell, Purdy.
Warfield, Moyer, Lersch, Steingraber,
Ellis, Gregory, Raymond, Watkins, Swan,
58Ilil0ldS, Suttle, Gordon, Henderson,
Olson, Butler, Fox, Chace, Anderson,
Kletzien, Howell, Leekley, Lidecker, Col-
lins, White, Carruth, Rockcastle, Shanesy.
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Row 1: Wood, Levy, Swan, Walgren, Gordon. Row 1: Kunzelman, Keefe, Levy, Ellis, Noonan, Wood, McClane.
Row 2: Lldecker, Purdy, Bell, Carruth, Rapp, Lyford. Row 2: Franke, Callaway, Rennolds, Crowell, Swan, Lidecker.
Row 3: Adams, Spangler, O'Connor, Cutler, Dunlap, Brown. Row 3: Jeangerard, Manning, Spangler, Adams, Vogl.
0 This year the club, through the Service Register Commit-
tee, presented the school with two large service boards con-
taining the names of all the alumni in the armed forces and
a memorial plaque dedicated in honor of those from New
Trier lost in the armed service of our country.
Among the numerous service organizations sponsored by
the Tri-Ship Club are the Usher Corps, the Doorguards, the
Information Desk Staff, the Library Monitors, the Traflic
Squad, and the Cheerleader Corps.
A great deal of credit should go to the club,s sponsors,
Mr. Frisbie and Mr. Gannaway, the latter of whom was called
into the Army during the middle of the year.
Row 1: geaasoln, Jeangerard, McClane, Vogl qheadj, Franke, Fox,
Row 1: Sheriffs, Noonan, Veneklasen, McAllister, McNulty. FROSH-SOPH CHEERLEADERS
Row 2, Wyman, Coolidge, Lime, Callaway, Kroescheu. Row 2: Pearson, Johnston, Hosbein, Chapman, Burt, Martin
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0 From the beginning of the war, women have had ever-increasing chances
to serve their community and their country. At New Trier, the Girls' Club
feels a certain pride and satisfaction that it, too, can be of service in the
war-effort. They have taken advantage of these opportunities to the utmost
of their ability.
One of the largest goals that the Girls' Club achieved
was the purchase of an ambulance completely furnished
with x-ray equipment. We are proud to have a plaque
from the government citing us for this achievement. Besides
this, the Girls' Club is justly proud of its contributions
to the New Trier Bond Driveg they helped put the drive
over the top by subscribing 34,000
During the year, the Girls' Club knitted scarves and
sweaters for the Red Cross, made scrapbooks for wounded
men, and filled Christmas stockings for servicemen. One
of the greatest satisfactions the Girls' Club received from
their work was a letter from the Red Cross saying the boxes
that New Trier had packed for the war-stricken children
overseas had been greatly welcomed and appreciated by
all that received them.
The Girls' Club, however, did not devote its efforts
entirely to the war. Their social schedule was filled with
dinners and banquets that helped acquaint the members
of New Trier. The event that causes the most expectation
is the mother-daughter banquet held in the Spring. In
the fall a supper was given by the board for all the new
girls. Also given on a note of gaiety were the series of
senior Advisory Suppers, that gave the girls a chance to
get together during their last semester at New Trier.
The fund for scholarships increased surprisingly this
year despite the large amount invested in the war. The
magazine drive and the sale of hotdogs at the football game
further added to the scholarship earnings.
The Girls' Club room was once again maintained and
enjoyed by all the New Trier girls. It was there that the
open house at Xmas time was given, and also the various
teas and suppers, throughout the year.
The School gweg 3 great deal to the Girls' Club, under
the able sponsorship of Miss Lulu Wright, and to the Girls'
Club board who has made a success, not only of its civilian
activities, but in the war 6ff0l'l HS well-
GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEES
Waldorf, Wuichet, Warner, White, Becker, Drucker,
Davis, Furst, Merriam, Chase, Hamley, Duvall,
Bryson, Billow, Kiddoo, Melvoin, E. Smith, Beaven,
Day, Elling, Rothermel, Clark, Ingwersen, Seder,
Williams, Lasater, Pearson, Hall, Bowen, Anderson,
Lindsay, Mahan, Bauer, Thiessen, Moore, Below,
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KETCHAM HINNERS MATHIAS
STEIN MacKENZIE MCCONNELL
0 This year G.A.A., under the able leadership of President
Barbara Lyons, has presented a program of relaxation and
recreation to help relieve the strain of present times. 'gBing,'
has been aided at this momentous task by the members of
the executive board.
,lane Mathias and her social committee started their
year's work with the freshman-new girl party in the fall.
Demonstration hockey and speedball games were followed
by games and refreshments. Not the least of the new teach-
ers present were Miss Gilbert and Miss Ebener, who, with
Miss King and Mrs. Wells, superevised hockey, and speed-
ball for the rest of the quarter.
After several playdays and teas, ,Iane's committee cli-
maxed the first semester with the mid-year dinner. Awards
were presented, the result of much hard work on the part of
Vice-president Betty Van Horne and her awards committee,
and of intra-mural sports chairman Marilyn MacKenzie,
who skillfully handled the task of supervising the sports
board. Ticket sales reached new heights under the sales-
manship of Treasurer Jerry Ketcham, who also balanced
budgets and collected dues.
Posters, news releases, and all other things artistic and
literary were the responsibility of publicity chairman Marilyn
McConnell, who brought many new and original ideas to
The spruce condition of the G.A.A. office was a continued
tribute to the efficiency of Barbara Hinnersi service com-
mittee. Another of Barbarais tasks was the organization
and supervision of the page girls. Youngest member of the
board was sophomore secretary, Peggy Rose, whose pencil
was kept busy all year taking minutes and keeping up on
G A A HEADS OF SPORTS G, A, A, COMMITTEES
RUW 1 Flgley Rlffel' Wlllcheff Waldorf, Engelllafd- Row 1: Vernon, McMartin, Ogden, Cody Kleft Jameson Ever
Row 2 Carson Provoost Shinnick, Vaughan, Pearson, Condon. ham, Illillm, P0tBl'S0Il-
Row 3 Siefkin Christer-gon Willmarth, Wood, White, Row 2: Gruhn, Walker, Wright, Davis Schmidt Giddes Storner
Row 3: Persson, Armstrong, Wade Helser Farr Hurlbut
Wyman, Sherman, Booth.
0 Three groups of service both to G.A.A. and to the department were the
pool guard, the page girls, and the oflicials. The pool guard was under the
direction of Annie Vaughan and of Miss Veach. All members had received
their Life Saving certificates. They not only added to the safety of swim-
ming, but also refereed water rugby games and helped with classes. The
page girls were under the supervision of Barbara Hinners and gave up
study hall time to carry messages and to run other errands.
Carolyn Stein headed the officials, who provided aid and relief to
teachers in all team sports. At the beginning of each quarter classes were
held, and no girl was qualified as an official without having passed a
rigorous written exam and practical test.
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0 The 1944 Echoes staff and assistants have strived to put forth a better
yearbook, in spite of the ever-increasing wartime restrictions and limitations.
It has done its best to give you all accounts of the important events that
have taken place this year. The staif consisted of Editor-in-chief, Bill Collins,
Associate Editor, Pat Wayg Business Manager, Ren Wisehartg Senior Section
Editor, Emily Cleary, and Snapshot Editor, Tom Cooke.
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Row S mug ml Edgerton, Wheeler, Murphy.
Row Martin Moon Carroll, Jensen. U
Row Ingwersen Snyder Kieft, Pomeroy. ROW 11 Weir, Cory, Cleary, Sutherland.
Row 2: Koch, Gleasen, Lindsay, McCabe Booth
Special recognition should go to A1 Manning, the Echoes, Photog-
rapher, for his outstanding work in taking the group pictures in this book.
He and his assistants worked untiringly in their effort to produce the excel-
lent photographs of the various clubs and groups throughout the school.
Also special recognition should go to the two faculty sponsors, Mr.
Waters, and Mr. Holland, without whose able assistance this book could
never have been published.
Due to the war, the Echoes this year had to be sent to the press a
month earlier. This and many other diflicult schedules could not have been
met without the aid of the various stalls.
The pictures of every student in the school, the popular candid shots,
and the "Bill of Rights" theme have made, we hope, a better book, and
one that New Trier can be proud of.
The Echoes staff would like to thank Mr. Bernie of Bernie Studios for
the excellent officer and senior class pictures as well as the largest group
pictures, the Pontiac Engraving and Electrotype Company for the fine
engraving, the Lloyd Hollister Publishing Company for the excellent
printing, and the Shelby Craftco Corporation, who furnished the covers for
this 1944 Echoes yearbook.
0 In addition to its usual work of promoting the usual school activities,
The News has taken an active part in publicizing New Trier's war efforts
in such activities as the War Bond Drive, the Servicemen's Book Drive, and
the Russian War Relief Drive.
Betty Hahneman, the editor, and the rest of the staff have attempted
untiringly to improve the paper, and to bring the New Trier studentis role
in the present struggle closer to home. Features of special interest included
the 6'Meet" series, introducing prominent students around school, news of
Row 1: Ward, Wells, I-Iahneman, Leekley, Bushnell.
Row 2: Lersch.
Row l: Einfeldt, Tinsley, Schultz, Nu-
zum, Wood, Wertheimer, Dallas.
Row 2: Emrich, Ward, Lloyd, Thiessen,
Stephens, Troutwein, Kresge, Ander-
Row 1: Windes, VanWinkle, Benge,
Row 2: Jarchow, McMaster, Lewis,
graduates in the service, and the editorials regarding important questions.
This yeal-'s staff included Edith Wells, Associate Editor, Gene Lersch,
Sports Editor, George Bushnell, News Editor, Barbara McNeill, Feature
Editor, Violet Ward, Copy Desk Editor, and Phil Leekley, Advertising
Miller, Perry, McNeill, Herlocker,
Warfield, Engelhard, Bloise, Duvall
Perry, Hillian, Everham.
V PETERSON HAMILTON
0 Inklings is New Trier,s literary magazine, made up of the contributions
of the student body. With the help of the two sponsors, Mr. Peterson and
Miss Hamilton, the staff ,decides upon the finest of the poems, essays, and
short stories handed in. The art department under Miss Murphy illustrates
Inklings fulfills its purpose in that it supplies a medium for students
to display their writing ability, it gives the opportunity for the students to
have practice in publishing a magazine, and it is a source of entertainment
to the entire school.
INKLINGS STAFF '
Row 1: Coleman, Cooper, Nix, Proudfoot, Whidden, Segil, Rubel.
Row 2: Branch, Brown, Pomeroy, McDermott, Carney, Eckhart, Schultz, Steel.
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0 The Geography Club, under the sponsorship of Miss Flemington, have
made a thorough study of Africa. They also compiled a file for Geographical
material and have had discussions on political geography.
0 The Debate Team, under the sponsorship of Mr. MacLean, defended
the school's enviable record of twenty-one years of debating by doing some
outstanding work this year.
O Also under the sponsorship of Mr. MacLean, the Forensic Board is an
organization that has charge of all Debate and Forensic meets. At the
beginning of the second semester, the New Trier Debate Team boasted
eleven wins against only one defeat.
0 The Gavel Club is a training ground for future debaters. The business
of the club is run similar to other clubs, but they hold debates at their
DEBATE TEAM QUILL CLUB
Glenn, Allen, McLean, Wertheimer, McEa.nnell. Row 1: Fox, McElroy.
Relagen, Roberts, Stake, Hoban. Row 2: McMahon, Sizer, Loewe.
Spmk, Law, Wolf, Jarchow, Schultz.
FORENSIC BOARD GEOGRAPHY CLUB
Allen, Mr. MacLean, Wertheimer. Row 1: Kuh, Anderson, Little, Avasel
Wolf, Long, Stake, Schultz. Row 2: Shure, Coolidge, Little. Gould Rxdel
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0 As usual, the dramatic productions this year enjoyed very successful
performances and were received by appreciative audiences. The season
was set off to a fine beginning by Jacques Deval's entertaining comedy
"Tovarich." "George and Margaret," Gerald Savory's amusing family com-
edy of pre-war English life, was the second production of the season. The
underclassmen staged an old favorite, uPenrod,', which had an exciting
and mysterious touch to it. The last play, "Horizon Visible," given by
upperclassmen, was written by our own Dr. Small. It was a deeply moving
drama concerned with the present war situation.
The Verse Speaking Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Thurman, has
earned a fine reputation along the North Shore as well as in school.
The work of the Stage, Light, Props, and Make-up crews, who gave
much of their war time to make each production a success, has been much
DRAMATIC CLUB BOARD
Row 1: Stein, Condon, Miller.
Row 2: Logsdon, Leekley, Rogers.
Row 1: Jameson, Eshbach, Melvoin, Mrs Thurman Heston
Row 2: Crane, Logsdon, Pearson, Pifer, Lloyd Woolson Moore
Row 3: Hoffman, Vernon, Murphy, Stein Curtrss Braaten
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Much praise should go to Miss Stanwood, Mrs. Thurman, Miss Morrison,
Mr. Van Kirk and Mr. Coburn, the faculty members who directed these
0 The Dramatic Club, sponsored by Miss Stanwood, was responsible for
the production of the plays. Membership is awarded to all participants in
major productions. Interesting programs are presented once a month for
all members. The officers are: Verne Condon, President, Lester Rogers,
Vice-President, and Carolyn Stein, Secretary.
0 The Actors' Guild is a dramatic group which stages afternoon plays
every few weeks. It is in these plays that prospective actors receive pre-
Row 1: Melvoin, Mendelsohn, Ortegel, Cahn
Daggett, McQu1de Balkin, Miss Morri
son, Hirsch, Duvall, Heller, Heston
Row 2: Hoffmann, Becker Adams, Schrieber,
Wertheimer, H Melvom, Jarchow, Kealy,
i Rymer, Green, Schultz, Lippincott
1 Row 3: Mink, Peterson Smith, Williams, Moore,
i Thiessen, Gridley, Butler, Lloyd, Kemp
f ner, Martin, Weise, Boothe, Segil, Mac
Row 1: Darley, Curtiss Proudfoot, Heston, Mel
voin, Balkin, Carpenter, Rose, Briggs
Stein, Wyman, Stewart
Row 2: MacKenzie Jirgal, Holmes, Trevexler,
Rymer, Rogers, Carruth Purdy, New
man, Yowell, Schultz Smith
Row 3: Williams, Puhlman, Brown Lapat, Moore
Loucks, Bowen Pifer Kreger, Werthel
mer, Pearson, Goldberg
Row 1: Spiegel, Dallas, Daggett, Steel, Segil,
Melvoin, Thurman fsponsory Van Wlllkle,
Hatowski, Heston, Balkin Ortegel
Row 2: Lord, Clingman, Klee, Rosenberg, Blum
berg, Bunge Arms, Kriloif, Schultz, Lie
pold, Proudfoot, Lapat
Row 3: Becker, Loewe, Kreger, Armstrong,
Sutherland, Weise, Meany, Puhlman,
Deane, Stem, Wyman, Way
Mrs. Schofield .......
Robert Williams . . .
Mrs. Bassett .....
Margaret Schofield . .
Mr. Dade ........
Penrod Schofield . .
Sam Williams . . .
Marjorie Jones . .
Georgie Bassett .....
. . . Cliff Krueger
. . Shirley Butler
. Rosalie Brown
.. . Sue Sherman
. ...... Al Augur
. . George Bunge
. . Jim Ramsey
. . . Jim Lewis
. . . June Gadske
The Rev. Lester Kinosling ..... Hinman Kealy
Verman . . .
Mr. J ones ....................
Mr. Coombs .........
. . . . . Dick Sigel
. . . Paul Copello
...... Bill Black
'Indicates Saturday night cast
CAST OF "GEORGE AND MARGARET"
Gladys .... .........
Frankie . ..
Roger . . .
Beer . . .
. . . Sumner Sollitt
. . . Edith Goldberg
. ..... John Holmes
CAST OF NTOVARICHH
Prince Mikail Alexandrovich Ouratieif ........
Grand Duchess Tatiana Petrovna ..... ,.... . ..
Count Feodor Brekenski .....
Chauffourier-Dubieff . , ......
Martelleau ......... .
Charles Dupont . . . .
Louise, the cook
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. . . . Kent Yowell
. . Richard Arms
... Joan Logsdon
. James Carruth
. . . . Rivia Balkin
Georges Dupont . . . ....... Charles Fox
Helene Dupont ....... ....
Concierge .................. . .
. . Bruce Plumer
Madame Van Hemert .,........... Ann Tuder
Madame Chauffourier-Dubieff . . . Marjorie Pifer
Prompter ,...... ......... . . .
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0 The first project for the year that the music groups undertook
was the Christmas Concert, in which all the choral organizations
Immediately after this, work was begun on the annual Gilbert
and Sullivan operetta, which was "H.M.S. Pinaforev this year. A
double cast was used and is as follows: Sir Joseph-Jim Sharp and
David Hillg Captain Corcoran-John Townsend and Hal Ramserg
Ralph-Bernard Bernardi and Themis Chacharong Josephine-
Caroline Hamilton and Dotty Roseg Buttercup-Sue Loucks and
Dolores Bauerg Dick Deadeye-Les Rogers and Bob Edwardsg
Boatswain-Jim Walworth and Roger Andersong Hehe-Diana
Moon and Allis Dennettg Boatswain's Mate--Bill Schoeneck and
Steif, Dodge, Hall, Hamilton, Lord, Dennett, Powell, Weber, Lawson, Schauffler, Hahl
Van Horne, Sherman, Moore, Peterson, Briggs, Schreiner, Berlin, Moon, Smith, Christerson
Schoeneck, Warnes, Bray, Chacharon, Blackburn, I-Iinners, Hefferan, Bauer, Toel, Paulick
Kirchberg, Wright, Kreger, Gott, Loucks, Mahan, Shirmick, Shearon, Lapat, Gunn, Hale
Knupfer, Ramser, Baer, Gries, Warfield.
Galery, King, Buck, Herrick. Rogers, Howell, Anderson, Snyder, Purdy, Miller, Rymer
Carpenter, Townsend, Walworth, Taylor, Peterson, Gershman, Bernardi, Fox, Johnson
Sharp, Edwards, Jarvis.
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Basses Bill McKnight
John Mills Jim Rice Alice Briggs
Dick Quaintance Flutes Helen Quirk
Tympani Bill Stade Joan Mitchell
Newell Knight Nancy Williams Ann Farr
Trumpets Martha Merrifield Viola
Hugh Melvoin Oboes
Roger Trienens Tom Roos
Marge Hallingshead Cello
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to the year. Participating in this was the Opera Group, which is comprised
of more than one hundred boys and girls, and is conducted by Mrs. Cotton.
Also participating in the Concert was the a cappella Choir, which is made
up of some sixty fine voices that sing without accompaniment. The Choir,
under the direction of Mrs. Bradburn, sang at various church services, for
civic organizations, and took part in the memorial service for Lieutenant
BOYS, OPERA GROUP
Green, Spero, Ramser, Sharp, Whitehead, Little, Ramsey,
Kahn, Eisenberg, Chacharon, Hill, Martin, P. Treveiler,
Warnes, D. Liepold.
Olsen, Johnson, Lewis, Roos, Baer, Jarvis, Knupfer, C. Fox,
Shefte, Richmond, Schoeneck, Johnson, Campbell, B. Plumer,
Rogers, Ludford, Peterson, King, Walworth, Purdy, Miller,
Howell, Carpenter, Snyder, Anderson, Gershman, Herrich,
Townsend, Taylor, Bernardi, Galey, Gries, Blackburn.
GIRLS' OPERA GROUP
Stewart, Hamilton, Figley, Hahl, Schifflin, Smith. Fisher,
McNeill, Vernon, Briggs, Pfutzenreuter, Schreiner, Tugaw.
McMahon, Finney, Curtiss, Schautfler, Powell, Lawrence,
Jameson, Kemp, Harbin, Weber, Berlin, Rose, Van Horne,
M. E. Moore, Dennett, Ketcham, lckes, Booth, McQuide,
Erickson, Trautwein. Moore, E. Smith, Fish, Hasson, Hin
ners, Peterson, Wheeler, Wire, Rothermel, McKnight, Lord
Currey, Steif, Farrall, Dodge, Gott, Sherman, Price, Lourie
Hefferan, Bergman, Moon, Schreiber, Hale.
Kreger, Bauer. Bond, Hall, Kirchberg, Keith. Gunn. Toel.
Norris, Gridley, Shinnick, Wuegner, Wolf, Gruhn. Suther-
land, Middleton, Mahan, Talley, McEwan, Moore, Darley,
Paulick, Lawson, Wolsey. Loucks, Wright. Christerson.
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FIRST GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Glezen, Jorjorian, Kieft, Struve, Hicks, Nelson, Blunt, Tripplehorn, Broadhurst, Hallsteen, Weber, Lyman, Levinson, Bennett, Lichter, Hender-
son, Johnson, Vaughan, Chrisman, Dalgety, Burmeister.
Bergersen, Chase, Kerr, Storch, Doheny, Cahn, Hanson, Ritter, Eshbach, Warfield, Dalton, Reize, Anderson, Main, Tinsley, Duvall, Adler,
Small, McDermott, Frazier, Siefkin, Halldorson, Lloyd, Tuder, Beaven.
Rose, Queenan, Allrich, Crowell, Mead, Dallas, Knapp, Kelley, Hess, Perry, Robinson, Marmaduke, Palmer, Halvorsen, Goldberg, Armstrong,
Lasater, Peacock, Frazier, Clark, Toel, Lindberg, Anderson, Williamson, Torrey, McElroy, Beerling, Shaw, Walters, Hamley, Simsonsen.
Bauman, Murray, Drucker, King, Sherman, Taylor, Smith, Urice, Symons, Johnson, Donian, Turner, Christensen, Thompson, Bahr, Radder,
Norton, Windes, Woolson, Ward, Williams, Berlin, Genge, Osman, Edwards, Gardiner, Cory, Tuttle, Bryson, Billow, Below, Borland, Everham,
SECOND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Ortegel, Lord, Watkins, Schwab, Schmidt, Piner, Mann, McCready, Price, Drew, Jacob, Campbell, Hurley, Snyder, Brady, Hartshorne, Altmann,
Altlilisch, Moulding, Henrickson, Vaughn.
Jensen, Cody, Oberg, Ferguson, Gillman, Hilgendorf, Marschall, Goodsmith, Lamme, Belnap, Miller, D. Smith, Snell, Gadske, Maupin, Maltz,
Gregory, Funkhouser, Brown, Butterworth, Rand, Linde, Baustert, Wellin, Hussey.
Witt, Brown, Snider, Kirtley, Nuveen, Seely, Emrich, Stephens, Seder, Kresge, Nuzum, Schuller, Lammers, Browne, Williams, Holmes,
Kennedy, Puize, Norman, Morrill, Morrison, Smith, Goode, Kochled, Jung, Krause, Bazelon, Hooker, Droegemueller, Perrin, Lafferty, Cling-
man, Sollitt, Ely, Schweger.
Wanner, McCosh, F. Mercer, Marston, Murphey, Dawson, Kennedy, Coleman, Reling, Middleton, Greenhalgh, Peterson, Meyer, Hurlbut
Pilka, Hackett, Butler, Pone, Swindell, Wallgren, Scribner, Flack, Mariacles, Richer, Asplunah, Sieck, Tucker, Moon, Fellers, Richter, Berg:
mann, Sinclalr, Rerze, Saunders, Marperison.
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Row 1: Buck, Schoeneck, Edwards, Gries, Chacharon, Ramser,
Row 2: Sharp, King, Taylor, Anderson, Townsend, Rogers, Bernardi,
0 The Boys' and Girls' Ensembles, under the respective leader-
ship of HMama" Cotton and Miss Anderson, are each composed of
about fifteen voices. They have given programs for the U.S.O.,
hospitals at Great Lakes and Fort Sheridan, various civic groups
and school assemblies. The two ensembles also combined to form
a singing chorus for HLagniappe".
FIRST BOYS' GLEE CLUB
1: Rigler, Seeley, Hayes, Paxton, I-Iohfelder, McBain, Schauffler, Brown, Babcock.
2: Harrison, I-Iildreth, Carney, Mills, Roberts, Brown, Little, Pomeroy, Kuhn, Benner.
3: Keller, Taylor, Miller, Drew, Wolf, Collins, Strodel, Jannotta, Fender.
SECOND BOYS' GLEE CLUB
1: Barrett, Ekman, Barnthouse, Earp, Williams, Anderson, Tuteur.
2: Crawford, Grater, Chapman, Lanphear, Krueger, Carlson, Weldon.
3: Casterline, Lockerbie, Ebbert, Vasels, Brainard, Ebbert, Rennacker.
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4: Hill, Blackburn, Stade, G. Hinners, King,
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
1: Schreiner, Booth, Lapat, Lord, I-lefferan, Smith, Maher, Hakanson, Williams, Jameson, Quirk, Hahl, Hamley, Risser.
2: Engelhard, Finney, Mitchell, Trautwein, Briggs, Beauvais, Hamilton, Rose, Waldorf, Killian, Bennett, Schauffler, Peterson, Hinners, Ickes,
Moore, Figley, Pagliarulo, Fisher, Rubel.
Darley, Wright, Toel, Loucks, Grant, Bauer, Gruhn, Lawson, Norris, Dennett, Moon, Kirchberg,
Walker, Wells, Bergersen, Farr, Gridley.
Brady, Quaintance, Rogers, Spangler, Townsend, Taylor, Bernardi, Gries, Johnson, Sharp, Warnes,
Edwards, Melvoin, Sheriffs, Chacharon.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
Row 1: Blunt, Figley, McMaster, Wanner, Snell, Snyder, Hamley, Small.
Row 2: Jung, Peacock, Toel, Talley, Wolf, Coleman, Radder, Nuveen, I-Iakanson.
Row 3: Dalton, Hamley, Fish, Mercer, Risser, Havff, McMahan.
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M. Campbell, K. Campbell, Hawkins, Beh1ap, Marjerison, Cahn, Borkovitz, Jameson,
Butterworth, Lawson, Berlin, Bachmann, Cody, Hawkins, Kiddoo, Carroll, Segil, Halper,
Warfield, Curtiss, Reebie, Small.
Alexander, Lafot, Fisher, Blunt, Cook, deMand, Wille, Kennedy, Siefkin, Ziegler, Flana-
gan, Merrilield, Wright, Lloyd, Frazier, Sherman, Chase, Schurmerier, Crane, Hurlbut,
Price, McKnight, Thompson, Tuttle, Ogden, Murray, Goldreich, Trautwein, White.
Farr, Olson, Wood, Kempner, Hough, Taylor, Hess, Carson, Donian, Clark, Krause,
Middleton, Walker, Norris, Bryson, Armstrong, Below, Ellis, Williams, Donaldson, Chris-
man, Queenan, Condon, Hoehne, McEwan, Lundberg, Sweeney, Watson.
0 Under the sponsorship of Miss Ruth Jackson, the French Club has
grown to be one of New Trier's most popular clubs. The meetings consist
of programs made up of lectures by outside speakers, French skits, slides
of French life, and singing of French songs. During the second semester,
the annual publication of '6Le Flambeau" was printed, and contained
French stories, poems, and jokes, Betsy Weir was the editor.
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I The German Club has been unusually active this year. Meetings were
spent learning more about the culture and customs of old Germany. Lec-
tures, charades of German stories, songs, and games, all made splendid
entertainment for the club. The members have studied, also, the Germany
of today which will help bring an understanding for the future years.
Mr. McDowell was the sponsor of the club.
Row 1: Thiessen, Erickson, Storner, Weise, Mr. McDowell, Borland, Heller, Engelhard, Weber.
Row 2: Anderson, Jacob, Moyer, Cloud, Rux, Masters, Anderson, Taylor, Augur, Bartholomew,
Taylor, Long, Booth.
Row 3: Trapp, Barthold, Brand, Ettelson, Crampton, Young, Busch, Blackwell, Rich, Fender,
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Row 1: Blunt, Small, David, Borkovitz, Hallsteen, Rosenthal, Macdonald, Becker, Morrison,
Figley, Tripplehorn, Bohne, Doheny, Cahn.
Row Z: Murray, Trautwein, Sie-fkin, Below, Erickson, Berlin, Krensky, Elwood, Lyman, Genge,
Fisher, Blietz, Rycroft, Broadhurst, Watkins, Mendelsohn.
Row 3: Stephens, Crane, Chrisman, Williams, Emrich, Pilka, Kempner, Taylor, Lloyd, Ward,
Owens, I-Ielfers, Walker, Hooker, Pearson, J. Williams, Jensen.
0 The fashions of old Rome are still followed up by the Latin Club. The
oflicers are composed of consuls, magistrates, and praetors, as were used
in the old Roman government. The members have a chance to develop a
background of Roman history, culture, and customs. The movie, 4'The Last
Days of Pompeiin added a great deal to the variety of this year's activity.
Miss Paul and Miss Breidenbach are the sponsors.
0 The Spanish Club has become very successful in the last few years and
has increased to quite an extent. The club has met the second Monday in
every month, and members have had a chance to become acquainted with
Spanish life. After the elections and organization, Spanish games, songs
and lectures were enjoyed by all. One of the most outstanding events this
year was the Christmas party, given in true Mexican style. Mr. Duckles was
Row 1: P. Treveiler, Everham, Crowell, Sanborn, Savage, McCarthy, McElroy, Rosenthal, Moore,
Doherty, Buena, Harbin, C. Fox.
Row 2: Giddes, Price, Washburn, McLean, Prussing, Haskell, Seder, Halvorsen, Braaten, Haase,
Feinberg, Salomon, Drew, Adams.
Row 3: Young, Wade, Gruhn, Vatter, Taylor, Mead, Kirtley, Hollingshead, Talley, Illgwersen,
Williamson, Chapman, Clausing, Becker.
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I In its twentieth year, the Radio Club is still one of the most popular
clubs at New Trier. In this club the fundamentals of radio and radio engi-
neering are studied and mastered. Several of the members have their own
commercial phone and radio telegram licenses but because of the war, they
are not allowed to operate. Mr. R. Smith is the sponsor.
0 The Science Club offers to its members added fields of interest in the
realm of science. There have been field trips and speakers that have pre-
sented new scientific problems to the group. Under the sponsorship of
Mr. Reynolds this club offers an opportunity for further exploration in the
varied fields of science.
0 New Trier's Lens Club, sponsored by Mr. Donald Smith, was open to
all students :interested in the various phases of photography. The members
themselves demonstrated the processes of printing, developing, enlarging,
and mounting film. The club now owns two enlargers, and all members may
use the dark room.
Hendrickson, Schwab, Slayton, Mr. Reynolds, Pifer, Tuder, Lafot.
Sutherland, McClary, McLaughlin, Boothe, Taylor, Christensen,
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Williams Ml.. smith Comer, Bowen. Row 1: Strauss, Purdy, Bauman, Melvoin.
Bengstori, Hagan, Baxter, Moser, Anderson. Row 2' Gordon, Rymerf Kealyf Yntema'
RADIO CLUB Row 1
Moser, Baxter, Mr. Smith, Williams, Anderson. Row 2
Moser, Feinberg, Cutler, Buck, Cobler, Jernooy, Edmonds. R 3
Engler, Phipps, Rich, Clingman, Bowen.
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Bauman, Clausing, Vatter, Kendall, Woolson, Lundberg, Hoehns.
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sponsorship of Student Council and Mr. Peterson to provide ins uc on in X, A
airplane spotting for emergency duty. It gives basic training to u ents
soon to enter the armed forces in identifying enemy planes whim might
he encountered in the future.
This yearis courses, each lasting six weeks, offered concentrated 'training
in spotting Allied and Axis aircraft to students. For the first time this year,
a quarter credit was given in addition to the customary certificate to all
those students who successfully passed the course.
Again this year, the instructors were composed enti
volunteered their time to teach the courses.
Bauman, Mrs. Garrett, Rea.
Lundberg, Anderson, Manning, Johnson, Hartwig.
Witt, Hutzmann, L. Eisenberg, Hartwig, Bennett, Triebold, John-
son, Cahn, T. Melvoin, Miss Zinunerman, Mrs. Kidd.
Burns, Davidson, Eisenberg, Vasels, Lewis, Kealy, Kuh, Jung
Krensky, Risser, Townsend.
Goldblatt, Sheriffs, Brown, Anderson, Brand, Ludgin, Rosenberg
H. Melvoin, Klee, D. Ludgin, Collins.
rely of students who
Curtis, Jung, Ludgin, Stewart, Schmidt.
Brand, Calvert, E. Ludgin, Anderson, Mrs
Bauman, Miss Casella, Bauer, Ingwersen.
Moon, Swindell, Bowden, Witt, Woods.
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Row MEIVOIH Howe, Mecklenburger.
Row Jones Shaw, Buck.
MODEL RAILROAD SOCIETY
Row Mr Lfmdwer! Ruxf Russell- Row 1: Cook, Siefkin, Hueyler, Drake, Street, Benson.
Row I: Gridley, Mr. Schumacher, Baldesweiler, Krause.
Row 2: Halpin, Krueger, Augur, Lundquist, Sholten, Olsen, Reagen.
Row 3: Reece, McA1ister, Simonsen, Barrett.
Row Sproule Himes, Ames. Row 2: Mr. Hoyt, Jupp, Lenhart, Fisher, Proudfoot, Bartholomew, Heim, Stem
N. T. S. of M. R. E.
0 The New Trier Society of Model Railroad Engineers is a new and differ-
ent club open to all students who are interested in building scale model
railroads. The meetings are held twice a month, with Mr. Landwer acting
as the faculty sponsor.
O Under the sponsorship of Mr. Hoyt, the Badminton Club met every
other Sunday in the Gym, for the purpose of getting better acquainted with
a nationally-famous game. Hope Moeller was the president, and Bibsy Cook
was the vice-president.
0 The members of Chess club have a definite interest in a game that is
ever a challenge to good sportsmanship. Mr. Schumacher has sponsored
this club since it was organized three years ago.
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Row 1: Price, Alexander, James, Tuttle, I-Ieiser, Ringholm, Giddes, Way, Day, Nix, Briggs
McLean, Bach, Moulding, Atcherson, Salomon. I,
Row 2: Wuichet, Niehaus, Shaw, Feinberg, Washburn, Mesa, Hoesch, Evans, Oman, Buford,
.YEPXLHXN Lawrence, Schuber, von der Lippcn, Waldorf, Shearon, Elling, Bogan, Balkin, Lee, Tuder,
Wells, Bergersen, Stewart, Weugner.
0144, '-- 3: Wheeler, Keith, Nelson, Harbin, Hinners, Sanborn, Prussing, Camphausen,-Gott, Wright,
L5 1? M! Holdang, Cgridlegfi iirmustrczlngbslrstherlslrid, Farral1,1dlil1ller,IgiregeKr, Deane, Wille, de Maud,
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QOXJC ljtow if rew, Weyl, Murphy, Brown, Koch, Toel, Bauer, Foulke, Kirtley, Wright, Bond, Birke-
lund, E. Cleary, Dathan, Anderson, Lindsay, Gardiner, Cory, Schmidt, Zebold, Loewe,
Q , : 16, rland, Gruhn, Wade, Young, Masser, Weir, Haskell, Christerson.
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WKQL j S nb an Seg 1, . Becker, Figley, Baird, McKinney, Ritter, Heller, Woods, Huyler.
uh fql qg .iff-' ow 3: eling Mead Loyden, Smith, Shinnick, Jorjorian, Daugherty, Fifer Everham Hatha-
lm-,, . ,Y . , ergus n, Clark, Ingwersen, Williamson. Rothermel, Armstrclng, Curtiss, Farr,
o Brys n, Darley, .Rihl, Blaise, Merrifield, Weber, Hemmick, Below, Pierce, Frazier,
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J N0 Girls, Qreer Club was established to help girls find their life profession.
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Row 1: Saunders, Tentler, Hammond, Smith, David, Ellis, Rugen, Harvey, Kritzer fcaptainj, Burkhart, Jacob, Dunne, Ely, Kletzien, Hunt.n
Row 2: Spoehr, Hilton, Wirth, Donahue, Skinner, Shannon, Gilbert, Carlin, Lauer, Steingraber, Richmond, Ludford, Suttle, Weise, Bowler, Haxgh.
Row 3: Mr. Frantzen Qcoachj, Swan, Kayser, Chacharon, Cowan, Hill, Adamson, Butler, Musson, Levy, Schoeneck, Philipsborn, Moyer, Van Zuylen,
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Champions relinquished their crown to the Oak Park
Villagers and ended the season in a last place tie with
Waukegan. Although finishing in the cellar the Grey-
Green eleven scored as many points in winning one
game as Oak Park did in taking four.
The season's prospects didn't look too bright when
the Triermen were forced to come from behind to beat
Taft, 20-13, but the team seemed greatly improved with
a 19-6 triumph over Highland Park. The following
week John Tumais passing overcame a New Trier half-
time lead, and Morton handed the Wave their initial
setback, 13-13. After the Waukegan game, things
looked better, for New Trier had routed the Warriors
23-7, while Oak Park andiEvanston had barely eked
out one-touchdown victories. Lake View served as a
breather before the Oak Park game and New Trier
handed the Chicagoans a 4-6-12 defeat.
The Triermen jumped off to an early lead against
the Villagers, but in the second half, the T formation
clicked and the Oak Park prevailed to the tune of
14-7. The Amundsen Vikings moved in on Phelps Field
fresh from the conquest of the North Section champion-
ship, and they moved out a beaten team for the hrst
time, 21-O. The surprise and disappointment of the
season came at Evanston where the Triermen dropped
their season finale to the Wildkits, 13-O.
This yearis edition of the Green Wave was composed
of six seniors and five juniors. The seniors made up
the entire middle of the forward wall with Captain
Henry Kritzer and "Moose,, Dunne at the tackles, Herb
Rugen and Tom Burkhart at the guards, and All-State
and All-Suburban Jerome Harvey at center. Warren
Ely and Bill Kletzein held down the end positions
throughout the year.
In the backfield Bob David, Bucky Ellis, Jim Smith,
and Bill Jacob were the usual starters. Jacob finished
second to Bruce Bairstow of Waukegan in the Suburban
League scoring race, scoring 24 points to Bairstow's 25,
even though Jacob played in one less game.
New T rier-28
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Row 1: Barnett, Hill, Norwood, Whiting, Morrison, Brick, Cohrs, Veneklasen, Collison, Gleen,
Row 2: Fillingham, Balz, Collins, 0'Connor, Kloepfer, Jester, Lee, Anderson, Reinhardt, Treveiler,
Row 3: Clausen, Hunt, McCarthy, Walgren, Nickolson, Bergman, Underwood, Lashmet, Hurley,
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0 Under the able coaching of Mr. Funkhouser, the New Trier
Junior Varsity football team went through a five-game schedule,
winning their first game against Evanston and dropping the other
four. The J.V.'s played Evanston three times this year because of
transportation difficulties, while meeting Uak Park and Lake
Forest each once. At the close of the season New Trier was notified
that Evanston forfeited her two victories over the Triermen as
they had played ineligible players.
Despite the somewhat unsuccessful season the team had a
good time and morale was good. Nicholson emerged as a fine
leader and acted as a quarterback in the last game, although
0,Connor did a grand job at the regular quarterback position.
Cowan and Lehman were good enough to play on the varsity
part of the time, and Captain Brick and Cohrs were dependable
Boys to watch for on the varsity next season are Collison and
Veneklasen, a fine pair of guards, Dick Anderson and Merkle as
tackles, and Lehman who played a good game at fullback but
will probably be shifted to a guard post. Buzz Collins is fast and
should develop into a good back, also.
1: Green, Dusold, Rosnagle, Frey, Fried, Leszcznski, Burch, Merrifield, Kent, Bare, Yoder, Jones, Kirchberg, Penberthy, Martin, Jones, Bemus,
2:Lightl1er Ccoachj, Buford, M. Ross, Wolf, Marshall, Mayer, Michinard, Campbell, Stowers, Lockyer, Baur, Pearson, Hillis, Clark, Selby,
Drew, Morrison, Roberts, Brown, Caton, E. Kahler fcoachj.
3: C. Lauer lcoachj, Pomeroy, 0'Donne1, Braun, Robertson, Meyers, Weldon, Eberlein, Rice, R. Lauer, Beich, Misantoni, Mahan, Rennacker,
Vallez, A. Ross, Hoban, Young, Street, Chalmers, Hosbein, Rockcastle, Shearer Qcoachj.
: Crawford, Bray, Moyer, Stone, Jeangerard, Lindsay, Donahue, Nadler, Carey, McMichael, Randolph, Wells, Badger, Loritz, Bowler, Judsen,
Steele, Carlson, Lanphear, Everett, Pepoon, Peterson, McKnight, Coburn Ccoachj.
5: Herrick, Mills, Dudley, Olgivie.
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0 This year the Frosh-Soph football team, sparked
by its captain, ,lack Lockyer, enjoyed a very suc-
cessful season. It dropped only one of its eight
contests, that to Evanston and holding the always
powerful Oak Park Eleven to a 6 all deadlock.
In the opinion of the team's coach, Chuck
Lauer, this year's Frosh-Soph was even better than
the previous season,s team in so much as coordina-
tion and material to work with. This is evidenced
by the presence and use of a complete Freshman
line-up, which will greatly enhance next year,s
Row 1: Wood, David, Cook, Carroll, Fisher, Chacharon, Bettinghaus,
Row 2: Grater Ccoachj, Tentler, Howard, Thompson, Little, Atcheson, Davis, Hunt, Cutler
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0 Although finishing the season in next to last place
in the league standings, this year,s varsity basketball
team advanced to the Sectional tournament in state
competition. The Grey-Green defeated Waulcegan,
Maine, and Libertyville to win the Libertyville Re-
gional Tourney and advance to the Proviso Sectional
where they were eliminated by the Pirates. It was the
second straight year that New Trier has won the regional
The season,s total of nine victories and eleven
defeats doesn,t appear too impressive, but not one
of the losses, with the exception of the final contest,
and the Elgin game, was by a margin of more than
five points. One of the greatest examples of the team's
ability was their rally at Evanston when, trailing 21-8
at the half, they stopped the Wildkits cold and were
barely nosed out, 26-25.
The starting quintet for the Grey-Green consisted
of' Forwards Granger Cook and Jack F isherg Center
Dave Atchesong and Guards Bob David and Captain
Frank Carroll. Cook, Fisher, and Carroll all ranked
among the top ten scorers in the league with Frank
getting a second to Proviso,s Glenn Schlichting. Car-
roll,s season total including league and non-league
games was 212 points, a remarkable total to be marked
up from a guard position.
Varsity Basketball Scores
New Trier ...... 41 Niles .......... 17
New Trier ...... 32 Riverside . . . .31
New Trier ...... 27 Elgin .... . . .48
New Trier ...... 29 Oak Park ...... 30
New Trier . . . .35 Waukegan . . . . .32
New Trier . . . 31 Morton ....... . 34
New Trier . . .25 Highland Park . .26
New Trier . . . .37 Proviso ...... . .41
New Trier ...... 25 Evanston ....... 26
New Trier ...... 44 Oak Park ...... 39
New Trier ...... 37 Waukegan ..... 29
New Trier ....,. 29 Niles .......... 31
New Trier ...... 32 Proviso fovtm.j . . 33
New Trier ...... 53 Highland Park . .34
New Trier ....., 39 Evanston . . . . . .41
New Trier ...... 37 Morton . . . . . .43
New Trier ...... 47 Waukegan ..... 35
New Trier ...... 36 Maine ......... 35
New Trier ...... 38 Libertyville ..... 33
New Trier ...... 23 Proviso ........ 41
J. V. BASKETBALL
Row 1: Dunbar, MacFarlane, Chace, Fitch, Neukranz, Anderson.
Row 2: Lauer, Currie, Murphy, Sherwin, Steingraber, Richmond, Edgerton, White.
Row 1: Moyer, Meyers, Clark, Lauer, Rayland.
Row 2: E. Kahler, coach, Lund, Eckhart, Dud-
ley, Smith, Woods, Misantoni, Mayer.
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out to be a discouraging season into a fairly successful
one by winning their last three games. Previous to
these contests they had dropped four straight so the
J. V.'s were one short of a .500 average for the year.
Due to transportation difficulties, Evanston and Wau-
kegan were the only two schools the Triermen engaged.
The Warriors came from behind to win the season
opener, and the Wildkits were forced into an overtime
to win the following week, 32-31. Evanston and Wau-
kegan both won again before the Grey-Green, hol-
stered with four Juniors from the varsity squad, earned
their first victory, a 33-25 conquest of the Wildkits.
They turned the trick again, 24-21, to gain an even
split in the four game series, and then downed the
Warriors in the season finale, 40-32.
Row 1: Drew, Baer, Zeddies, Mestjian, Bunge, Lockyer, McGanney.
Row 2: Ream, Byrne, Wolf, Selby, Taylor, Myers, Roberts, Brown, Kuhn, Carney, Kilner, Chew.
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0 This yearis Frosh-Soph basketball team finished the 115123 32 Xgllilgflgfli I 137
season in the runner-up position in the Suburban New Trier Highland Park . .
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Mustangs. The Ponies dropped their first two games
of the year to Oak Park and Waukegan, and later took
it on the chin from Morton, but no team could turn
the trick twice and the Grey-Green finished with a
seven-three won-lost record.
Park Taylor and Mike Zeddies handled the chores
in the scoring department from their forward posi-
tions, Jim Roberts added his height at the center posi-
tion, and Phil Wolff and Jack Lockyer adequately
fulfilled their defensive assignments. Taylor, Zeddies,
and Lockyer moved up to the Varsity during the Re-
gional and Sectional tournaments.
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Waukegan . .... 33
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Varsity Swimming Scores
Row 1: Cederberg, Tucker, Jones, McLaughlin, McKearnan.
Row 2: Ramser, Schipfer, Rockcastle, Gregory, Barnes, McMullen, Robertson, Garrett, H111
Row 3: Mr. Jackson, Kadyk Qmanagerj, Behnke, Raymond, Sampson, Harris, Mack, Howell
Snyder, Phillipsborn, Lepman, Cram.
Row 4: Scott, Mergener, Ward, H. Fox, Lascelles, Todd, K. Fox, Solberg, Hughes, Hildreth
Ellis, Lehman, Kaufman.
0 New Trier scored the most decisive victory ever recorded in
the history of the State Meet when they climaxed an unbeaten
season by winning the State crown with a total of 70 points. Lane
Tech, the city of Chicago's representative outfit and perennial
favorite, rated a poor second with 32. This triumph was a fitting
close to a successful season in which the Triermen won all of
their twelve dual meets, and swept to an easy victory in the
Suburban League Interscholastic Meet. .
Standouts of this year's team were the first place winners in
the State Championship Meet. Co-Capt. Barnes repeated his
record of last year and is the State Champion 50 yd. free-style
swimmer. Chuck Solberg in the breast stroke, Dick Lepman in
the 100 yd. free, John Sampson in the hack stroke, Doug Greg-
ory in diving, are all State Champions. The medley team of
Sampson, Mack, and Co-Capt. Barnes and the relay team of
Co-Capt. McMullen, Ellis, Lehman, and Lepman also won first
place in the Championships. Two new records were established,
namely, New Trier secured a larger total of points in the State
event than has any other team in the history of the event and
this is the first time a single team has won seven of the possible
eight first places. Valuable State points were also won by Dick
Howell, Don Kaufman, Bill Tucker, Dave Robertson, Bob Copp,
and Bernard Bernardi. These fifteen N.T. natators rolled up 70
The Grey-Green had very little trouble in subduing any of
their opponents, winning practically all their meets by top-heavy
scores. Once again Shorewood, Wisconsin State Champs, were
defeated, this time 52-14, and Danville, which always presents a
formidable array of talent, went down 53-8. The varsity mermen
rolled up a season total of 601 points to 193 for their opposition.
The 150 yard medley relay team of Sampson, Mack, and
Barnes set a new League record in this event by marking up a
time of 1:24.93 In the State Preliminaries their time was 1:24.
This year's team is undoubtedly one of the finest ever to
represent New Trier-
0 The Frosh-Soph swimmers kept pace with the varsity throughout the
year by winning all of its dual meets, and sweeping the League Inter-
scholastic with very little trouble. The only team to offer any real resist-
ance was Highland Park and this aggregation was eventually turned down,
In the League Meet the Triermen amassed 46 points to second place
Highland Park's 22. Fried, Co-Capt. Jannotta, Copp, and Stowers all got
iirsts for the Grey-Green, with Jannotta, Vedovell, and Hey teaming up in
the 150 yard medley relay to get a second. Mayer, Fried, Farrington, and
Co-Capt. Cooke combined their eiforts for a victory in the 200 yard relay.
Coppis outstanding ability moved him up to the varsity to participate in
the State Meet in which he placed fourth in the back stroke.
With the material coming up to the Varsity next year, and this season's
juniors, prospects for 1945 are bright.
Row 1: Balkin, Farrington, Stowers, Jamiotta, Cooke, Fried, D. Mayer, Kopp, Mr.
Row 2: Brown Cmanagerj, Bowler, Hey, Schauffler, B. Knight, Burnside, Sigel, Lippin-
cott, Weare, Frantzen, Cramlit.
Row 3: Harnsberger, Rigler, Vedovell, Beebe, Naddler, Jeangerard, D. Jones, Gentles,
0 The New Trier Guard is composed of twenty
selected members of the Swimming Organization.
These swimmers assist with the conduct and super-
vision of all swimming activities for high school
students and also act as student instructors for
grammar school pupils in classes held each Satur-
Members of the Guard give of their time and
talent without expecting, or receiving, an award
of any kind except that of being of service to the
school and the community. The Guard is con-
sidered by Coach Jackson as the aback-bonei' of
the Swimming Organization and, to be a member,
is an honor equal to being the finest speed swim-
mer. To be selected as Head Guard ranks that boy
to the same level as a captaincy.
The 1943-44 Head Guard, Dave Robertson,
has served for three years and has taught close to
one hundred grammar school pupils to swim.
Some of Dave's pupils will be N. T. swimmers for
the next few years.
Row 1: Barnes, Schipfer, Garrett, Robertson, Hill, Sampson.
Row 2: Tucker, H. Fox, Hildreth, Bcnke, McLaughlin, Scott, Solberg, Lepman, D. Mayer, Mr.
Row 3: J. Knight, Jones, Jannotta, Cook, B. Knight, Todd, Lehman, Ellis, K. Fox, Lippincott.
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0 This year's tennis team, although considerably weakened by the loss of Howe Atwater, seeded the
number one national junior singles ranking, had great prospects. As the Echoes had gone to press
before the season was underway, the results were not yet known, but the team was exceptionally
strong with such veterans as Don Schweger, Bud Neeves, and Alex Vogl returning from last year
0 Despite the loss of many lettermen from last year's squad, with the exception of one, Coach
Aram says the prospects for this year look pretty good. He bases his prediction on his one return-
ing letterman, George Wood, and the boys who just failed to make the team last year.
This year's team will have to go some though, if they expect to equal the mark set by the previous
season's squad, who, besides winning all their matches, captured the district title.
Row 1: Jones, Gately, Wood, Aram, Neeves, Schulte. Row 1: Schulte, Mr. Flaningam, White.
Row 2: de Guerre, Carroll, Danner, Gillingerten, Schinler. Row 2: Callaway, Neeves, Anderson.
VARSITY T RACK-
0 This year,s varsity track team was one of the finest in the history of
the school. The Triermen climaxed a successful indoor season by winning
both the Suburban League Meet and the Oak Park Relays, and prospects
for the outdoor season appeared equally as bright as the Echoes went
The Grey-Green launched their campaign with a 92-1 rout of Sullivan
and they continued to overthrow all opposition, with the exception of one
defeat suHered at the hands of Oak Park in a relay meet.
Coach John Nay had an abundance of fine material highlighted by
Stu Olson in the half mileg Henry Aihara in the broad jump and high
jumpg Warren Ely and Jerry Harvey in the shot putg Johnny Spink and
Dick Warheld in the hurdlesg and Jim Ludford in the broad jump and
Row 1: Wood, Ely, Yan Arsdale, Collins, R. Treveiler, Kearney, Marx, Harvey, Bahr, Moyer,
Saunders, Shxreman, Ludford, Spink.
Row 22 1190011 Cmanagerl, Nay fcoachy, Hammond, Spoehr, Greene, Bowler, McNulty, Smith,
Wood, Parsons, Keller, Moulding, D. Olson, S. Olson, P. Treveiler.
0 This year's Frosh-Soph track squad showed steady
improvement throughout the indoor season by win-
ning three meets and joining with the varsity in two
relay clashes. Although the Ponies got a fourth in
the Suburban League meet, they show promise for -.curuun - it
improvement in outdoor competition.
The Grey-Green defeated Sullivan and Schurz of
Chicago and triumphed in a triangular meet over
Evanston and Maine.
Kunzelman, Bare, Randolph, Crater, Penberthy,
Vallez, Baur, Mills, Donahue, and Rennacker are a
few of the outstanding competitors, with Mayer, Camp-
bell, Weldon, and Baur composing a fine relay team.
Row 1: Donahue, Reece, Kent, Penberthy, Kunzelman, Johnson, Bare,
Row 2: Nay fcoachj, Ross, Rennacker, Weldon, Randolph, Vallez, Mills,
Row 1: Robertson, Lucas, Montrose, Kadyk, Stein, Coleman, Hartnett, Barnett, Carroll, J. Morri-
son, Mayer, Donahue, Carlin, Harvey.
Row 2: Aschenbach Ccoachj, Dole, Gordon, Stowell, Rockcastle, Norwood, Anderson, Veneklasen,
Oswald, Masters, Howard, Wolff, Hunter, Thompson, Weare, Richmond, Brower.
0 If the veterans of last year's ball club live up to
their expectations, the New Trier varsity should be
a title contender. In the outfield, Coach Ashenbach
has Johnny Mayer, Harry Stein, and Jake Fisher
coming back from last year. T ho infield will be new
except for Captain Dave Musson at second base.
Art Dole and Chuck Morrison, both lettermen, will
have Jerry Harvey to catch their tosses.
With these men as a nucleus, Coach Aschen-
bach hopes to mold some of the juniors into a first
class outfit. Eddie Hartman will undoubtedly see
plenty of action in Jerry I-Iarvey's place. Dave
Dusham, Byron Warnes, and Johnny Weare are
being counted on to bolster the mound corps. Rog
Myer, Joe Firch and Charlie Steingraber will help
out in the outfield, where their services will be
If these men come through as they are expected
to, New Trier will have one of the best diamond
aggregations in many years.
0 In his third year as coach of New T rieris Frosh-
Soph baseball team, Mr. Lionel Lightner will have
one of the greatest assemblages of returning vet-
erans in the history of the school.
As we go to press, Park Taylor, Mark Day, and
Bud Bray, last year's regular third baseman,
short stop, and second baseman respectively, are
expected to hold down those positions again this
year. Mike Zeddies and Bill Cowhill, also veterans,
will probably capture the first base and catcher
positions, respectively. The mound staff will be
fortified with the return of lettermen Chuck Olson
and Johnny Cleveland.
This group, aided by a hustling bunch of fresh-
men and sophomores, should make this squad a
contender, if not a winner, for the league crown.
ADVISER ROOM MANAGERS
Row 1: Jupp, Nicholson, Franklin, Copello.
Row 2: Wolf, Martin, Hillner, Thompson.
Row 3: Suters. Reid, Deane.
INDIVIDUAL I.M. CHAMPS
Row 1: Taylor, Haley, Nielsen, Ziegler.
Row 2: Lyford, Mack, Fisher, Anderson
Row 3: Carney, Mullins, Cobler, White.
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Row 1: Aoki, Borre, Oswald.
Row Z: Kuh, Pearson, Allen.
SOCCER CHAMPS CHOLLANDJ
Row 1: Orr, Walgren, Burkhardt, Norris, Keefer.
Row 2: Gately, Lipman, Talbot, Sampson, Straus, Kempner.
Row 1: Adams, Hoyt, Stein.
Row 2: Pearson, Baldwin, Moyer, Pearson.
HEAVYWEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPS
Row 1: Dusham, Ely, Hilton.
Row 2: Wirth, Hartmann.
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ggi' ', 4V,A4Y g' n speedball, tennis and riding. Hockey and speedball
M were headed by Joan Willmarth and Margery Wood,
l c J respectively. Big event of the season was the Illinois-
Northwestern clash, held this year in hockey and speed-
hall, Illinois the victor in both. Speedhall class champs
YM were the freshmen, hockey class champs the seniors.
. I Tennis tournaments, under Mary Christerson were
g ' held in both singles and doubles, fall and spring. Some-
thing was added to the riding schedule. A group of
EQ-tgbwixa advanced riders, under Margaret Carson, continued
Q' riding through the winter. The year ended with a horse
300 POINT AWARD
Row 1: Ortegel, McQuide, Murray, Tuttle, Ogden, Adler, Jensen, Finney, Blaise, Halldosson, Drucker, Moeller, Odh.
:ow Cody, Christensen, Fisher, Clark, Wheeler, Sutherland, Davis, Donaldson, Owens, Burgoyne, Chrisman, Perry, Miller, Rycroft Rose.
ow 3. Smith, Feinberg, Atcherson, Kempner, Edwards, Radder, Sherman, I-Iurlbut, Toel, Harkness, Beaven, Leonard, Hess, Hammerman, Gudbrand-
sen, Crowell, Trautwein.
600 POINT AWARD
Row 1: Jensen, Van Horne, Odh, Eshbach, Williams.
Row 2: Lapat Windes Pearson Taylor Krause Dathan
300 POINT AWARD Gardiner, Shjnfnick, Beldw, Gunn. , '
ROW 12 W0043, Shiflllick, MCCOIIIIGU, Krause, Below. Row 3: Christersen, 0'Brien, Wood, Gott, Farr, Siefkin,
94 Row 2: Cook, Pepoon, Willmarth, Siefkin, Williams, Ritter. PSPOOH, Cook-
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ILLINOIS HOCKEY TEAM
1: Perry, Krause, Provoost, Lyons. Row 1: Williams, Wood, Cory, Burgert.
2: Walker, Willmarth, Garcia, MacKenzie, Gott. Row 2: Radder, Armstrong, Bramhall, Hamley Schweger Splel
3: Drucker, Rose, Odh, Ritter.
1: Siefkin, Seder, Rycroft. Row 1: Ritter, Smith, Williams.
2: Willmarth, Rothermel, Krause, Clark. Row 2: Rycroft, Krause, Walker, Gunn.
3: Ritter, Cook.
Row 3: Siefkin, Hess, Vaughan, Willmarth
Anne Condon and Miss Veach offered two quarters of swimming to all
classes. Second quarter, water rugby tournaments were held in freshman
and sophomore adviser rooms. Third quarter, class meets were followed by
the telegraphic meet. Rhythms was presented by Mary Waldorf and Miss
Ebener for three quarters this year. The advanced group worked up 'to
something unusual, a part in the senior play 'cllorizon Visible? Folk dances
of various countries were represented.
Eugenie Wuichet and Miss King were in charge of volleyball. Class
champs were the juniors. Recreational games, under Jane Figley and Mrs.
Abbott, featured ping-pong, shuffleboard, badminton and duck pins. School
ping-pong champion was senior Frances Eshbach.
Nancy Ritter and Miss Gilbert brought a variation with a ladder tourna-
ment in basketball. Class champs were the juniors. Sally Provoost,s physical
fitness group, under the direction of Miss Boulton, experimented with
tumbling apparatus, and, occasionally, the commando course.
Betsy Siefkin and Miss Ebener headed square dancing, GAA's only
mixed sport, which was held every Friday in the dining hall.
Spring sports were baseball, lacrosse, archery, and golf. Baseball, under
Peggy Shinnick, enjoyed its usual popularity, and lacrosse teams under
Susan Englehard and Miss King attained a high degree of skill. Marilyn
Pearson's archers practiced daily under the guidance of Mrs. Abbott.
In spite of war restrictions, Anne Lawrence,s golf fans had considerable
practice with Miss Gilbert, with an occasional trip to a near-by course.
ILLINOIS SPEEDBALL TEAM
Row 3: Giddes, Gardiner, Williamson, Windes Calvi Schmidt
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ley, Wertheimer, Rycroft.
Row 1: Blaise, MacKenzie, Windes
Lloyd, Perry, Willmarth, Krause.
Row 2: Walker, Pepoon, Lapat, Steel
Provoost, Rycroft, Fisher, Gott, En
Row 3: Stein, Odh, Burgert, Kitazaki,
Briggs, Eshbach, Pagliarulo.
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Row 1: Lapat, Schuber, Hale, Condon,
Row 2: Price, Loewe, Weisberg, Blom,
Row 3: Lourie, Sherman, Miller, Talley,
Wolsey, Cody, Vaughan.
SENIOR BASEBALL TEAM
Row 1: Gardiner, Sandberg, Shinnick,
Row 2: MacKenzie, Holland, Lyons,
Row 3: O'Brien, Pagliarulo, Masser,
GIRLS' T ELEGRAPHIC
Row 1: Price, Hale, Oman,
Row 2: Sensiba, McLatchie,
Schweger, Drucker, Cook,
Row 3: Burns, Burgoyne,
Vaughan, Watson, Wolsey,
Schmidt, Windes, Hilton, Law-
son, Gardner. Lichter, Mil-
ler, Spielman, Maltz.
Row 1: Ward, Blaise, Esch-
Row 2: Everham. Drucker,
Row 1: Clark, Steel, Lapat,
Ziegler, Lawrence, Hale,
Evans, Condon, Camphau-
ARCHERY VICTORY CORPS
Krensky, Vatter, Adler, Drucker, Fox, Walker, Eshbach. Row 1: Davis, Sandberg, Willmarth, Provoost, Holland.
Davis, Van Winkle, Dathan, McConnell, Row 2: Wolsey, Nix, Vaughan, Gott.
Row 3: Wuichet, Van Horne, Hess, Pagliarulo, Murdock.
Carson, Kraetsch, Kirtley, Ladish, Day, ROW 11 Hifmersa Dawson, Smau, Adams'
Marjerison, Trautwein, Lloyd, Hellstrom, Queenan, ROW 2: Bflggsr Schauffler-
Drucker. Row 3: Hess, Waldorf, Farr, Pepoon,
GIRLS' GYM OFFICIALS
Hicks, Crowell, Seder, Lidecker, Rose, Gudbrandsen, Atcherson, Tuttle, Jensen, Ogden, Hirsch, Ortegel.
Fisher, Armstrong, Kennedy, Becker, Wertheimer, Middleton, Krause, Owens, Sutherland, Heiser, Chrisman, Edwards, Hess,
Trautwein, Goldreich, Giddes, Pepoon, Doherty, Chapman, Peterson, Taylor, Pearson, Farr, Wood, Hoehne, Riggs, Simonsen.
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RENNACKER WILSON LAUER SCHMIDT
0 The freshman class has overcome its difliculties with great honors by
the help of Miss Shaw and Mr. Reiley, advisor chairmen.
Under the leadership of Ted Rennacker president, Joan Wilson, vice-
president, Bob Lauer, treasurer and Rosina Schmidt, secretary, they
have had social gatherings to become better acquainted. There were father
and son mixers in the gym and girls' advisor room teas with mothers in
the girls, club room. Plans were made for mixers and big sister parties
as well. An all-freshman Gym-Jam was held under the direction of council.
The freshmen joined various clubs, had a great interest in sports, the
boys taking first place in track and football, and took part in the dramatic
production 6'Penrod.,' Their advisors recommended a number of them
to other organizations such as Council, Girls, Club, and Tri-Ship Com-
The class has had a good year and has become part of the school with
interest in all activities.
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FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP
Fischer, Carlson, Kadyk, Paxton, Drechsler, Mendenhall, Steinhoff, Ramsay, Hohfelder, Ekman, Brown, Perkins
Coates, Balkin, Barrett, Copello, Clingman, Suters, Packard, Hayes, Kartman. I
Grauer, Gridley, Loewe, Campbell, Elwood, Hoy, Beasley, Claxton, Daggett, Mink, Gregory, Snider, Wanner
Menghinelli, Oberg, Brown, Gadske, Kenney, Rice, Sweeny, D. Smith, Brooks, Robertson, Maltz, Nuveen.
Hart, Spaulding, Chamlers, Altheimer, Brown, Kenney, Ehrhardt, Widair, Jones, Peirce, Sollitt, Lafferty, Henderick
Fulton, Middleton, Rogers, Selck, Woods, Sherman, Hypes, Gunther, Kraetsch, Prasse, Mann, Branch, Bond, Cling
man, Rye, Parsons, Pope, Burns, Natenberg, Mayer, Nielsen, Keller.
Hosbeen, Little, Wells, Lundin, Merkle, Christensen, Blackburn, Levy, Bowler, Street, Coates, Pope, Jacobi, Snyder
Dudley, Cutler, Krueger, Montgomery, Steifey, Michels, Lockerbie, McKee, 1VICD0l1a1d, Steele, Obefmeief, C1'21Wf0rd,
Weldon, Rice, Strodel, Nadler, Koerber, McCarn, Jackson.
North, Roeddiger, Malizio, Kroeschell,
Miss Becker, Wanner, Radke, Kenney,
Clingman, Berlin, Widau, Bond, A.
Richer, Flack, Holmes, Salberg, Buck-
Dank, Sensiba, Jenness, Hollister,
Noble, Thomas, Carlson, McMahon,
Bray, Ryan, Hartshorne, McElroy,
Miss Bredlll, Snyder, Grauer, Prasse,
Calvl, Verretti, Beuttas, Marr, Sko-
dacek, Wilson, Walser, Welch, Smith.
McCarthy, Minns, Warden, Schwab,
Morrison, Braue, Turner, Stancoe.
Pinkham, Dreschler, Davis, Nielson,
Caton, Grotthus, Keller, Warner,
Krueger,-Mortenson, Smith, Harris,
Lauer, Friedlander, Robson, Champlin.
Packard, Young, Chalmers, Anderson,
Hinrichs, Greear, Ross.
Moon, Barnett, Swanson, Ramsay,
Zidek, Boudreaux, Perkins, Thompson,
Bucklin, Nadler, Brown, Chapman,
Balmes, Judsen, Roos, Swindell.
Shine, Henrickson, Storkel, Enright,
Stones, Bowler, Lindeen, Lee, Kadyk,
Paxton, Mason, Keller, Huerter.
: r Coburn Bolender Jim Bercaw
M . ,
Himes, Dam, Pope, Eckhart, McKee,
: Buchanan, Taft, Kohler, Rice, Lippin-
cott, Grater, Strodel, Geneisse, Chris-
: McCarn, Perkins, Klauke, Amici, Mr.
Condon, Ramsey, Barnthouse, Man-
: Palmer, Matot, Cutler, Loritz, Struett,
Donahue, Obermeier, Atkinson, Thom,
: Johnson, Babcock, Coates, Hill, Lager-
lof, Natini, Earp, Fritch, Bondxe,
oraro Ha es Rilro Johnson
IPCS 1 Y , Y, 1
Mr. Cramlet, Vaughan, Strenhotf,
:Roerber, Moyer, Rogland, Gable,
Reid, Jupp, Karsgren, Williams, Gil-
: Ferguson, DuVal1, Hoydou, Clarborne,
Heizer, Mueller, Rowe, Jackson.
Spielmann, James, Callaway, Donald-
son, Mrs. Fish, Holk, Van Zuylen,
Hurley, M. Miller.
Altheimer, Nuveen, Peterson, Lichter,
Branch, Aubineau, Sutherland, B. Mil-
ler, McKahan, Phelps.
Jacob, Browne, Tegtmeyer, Mercer,
Scheuer, Gardiner, Wilder, Pallat,
Cederstrand, Goodsmith, Daggett,
Barenbrugge, Mrs. Gallie, Hamley,
Gerschefske, Gridley, McMartin.
Reinhardt, Watkins, Boothe, Meyer,
Bums, Persons, Miller, Shrader, Wil-
liamson, Jones, Schoeneck, Funk-
Rice, de Tarnowsky, Bauer, Shaw,
Kraetsch, I-Ienricks, Belding, Middle-
ton, Hoffman, Thompson, Eisler, Lind-
Seely, Griswold, Hussander, King, R.
Jackson, Lindl, Maupin, Oberg, Phipps.
Heberling, Collins, Snider, Natenberg,
Sollitt, Koller, Davis, Nelson, Riva,
Gatling, Dickman, Wilson, Brown,
Becker, Middleton, Droegemueller.
Foster, Cowhill, Beasley, Marschall,
Mrs. Peithman, Goettsch, Liepold,
Frankenstein, Elmer, McCready, Jorg-
ensen, Schmidt, Hendrick, Griffin,
Newhall, Gunther, Persson, Bramhall,
ialfvin, Selck, Porter, Caperton, Gorm-
Marsh, Kartman, Hart, Frankland,
Mr. Peterson, Barrett, Balkin, Camion,
Morgenstern, Herbon, Lund, Woods,
Thompson, Balmes, Cram, Maher,
Burt, I-Ioyne, Steele.
Little, Cogswell, Hargreaves, Bishop,
Jones, Lowell, Robertson, Christoph,
Blackburn, Lindsay, Miller.
Ekman, Jolmson, Psenicka, Steinfeld,
Mr, Prendergast, Estes, Hohlfelder,
McAlvey, Hosbein, Schopen, Vallez,
Retzinger, Jacobi, Tarrant, Nelsen,
Montgomery, Misantoni, Phipps.
Rose, Wittenberg, Carlson, McKear-
HHH, Elia, Hoggatt, Rummler, Wille,
Mercer, Spaulding, Herbon.
Menghenelli, Maltz, Larnme, Sofer,
Mrs. Birtman, Kullberg, Scheib, El-
wood, M. Smith.
Schumacher, Morrill, Jomei, Schmitz,
Moore, McCosh, Sweeny, Koch, Hol-
lingbery, Sherman, Donnelly.
D. Smith, Hoth, Gregory, Leathers,
0'Connor, Meyers, Einfeldt, Scully,
Martens, Campbell, Schawe.
Mendenhall, Schmitz, Brenchley, Joc-
hum, Mr. Van Deursen, Green, Drury,
Rosnagle, Johnston, Carlson, Beman,
Wells, Synder, Badger. Showers, Lock-
erbie, Zeivel, Casterline.
Call, Haas, Basquin, Urice, Rock-
castle, Buchanan, Coater, Porter, Wall-
Foster, Gillman, Glauner, Nowosel,
Miss Veach, Schuller, Brown, ,Laurine,
Harif, Windes, Rogers, Ragusi, Ful-
ton, Hilton, Kenney, Price, Loewe,
Custard, Wyman, Kalmes, Townsend,
Dowd, Pollen, Baxter, Showers, Rob-
Sullivan, Hayes, Seeley, Foster, Mr.
Wehr, Schnell, Jones, Fischer, Schult-
Suters, Brainard, Clark, Meyers,
Beebe, Dudley, Mahan, Carey, Steffey,
Koelling, Poling, Seashore.
Michels, Jeangerard, Lundin, Ferrari,
Merkle, Geier, Green, Herlocher, Wel-
don, Haines, Thornton, Randolph.
Werner, Marsh, Lind, Bremer, Miss
Weiler, Di Yenanzo, Farraro, Brooks,
Brewer, Stull, Dickson, Collins, Hypes,
Roth, Scribner, Ehrhardt, Marshall,
Staak, Rutan, Weber, Lichter.
Woods, Wendell, Drew, Beebe, Mari-
ades, Trom, Barclay, Boyle, Hoy,
Huck, Fodor, Randall, Dyer, Miss
Yvhite, Dix, Claxton, Getrnan, Daesch-
Johannesen, McCurdy, Greenwood,
Latferty, Barnes, Rowe, Kirtley, Pope,
Perrin, Bucher, Spies, Mann, Iredale.
Nelson, Martens, Miller, Mink.
PEARSON FRAZIER CARNEY BEAVEN
0 The Sophomores, under the leadership of their oflicers, Bob Pearson,
President, Virginia Beaven, Vice-president, Marilyn Frazier, Secretary, and
Mel Carney, Treasurer, have proved that as upper classmen next year, they
will be dependable and reliable.
This has been shown in their excellent cooperation and assistance in
the Red Cross Drive, the bond drive, magazine drive, and the defense sales.
Besides their interest in the war effort, they have also participated in social
events. The most important occasion of the year was the Sophomore party,
which was carefully planned and carried out by the Sophomore oflicers,
with the help of Miss Hurst and Mr. Grinnell, the advisor chairmen. The
Sophomores owe a great deal of appreciation to these advisor chairmen
who have prepared them throughout the year to become upperclassmen.
The Sophomores also participated in the Freshman-Sophomore play
SOPHOMORE HONOR GROUP
Melvoin, Spero, Whitehead, Fender, I-Iarnsberger, Kirschbraun, Enenstad, Rich Jacky Burch Kilner Horney
Schauffler, Gentles. , y , y ,
Drucker, Dawson, Dallas, Duvall, Jameson, Lrmd, Watkins, Bonanno, Trautwein, B. Jones, Doheny, Main, Adler,
Borkovitz, Hawkins, Buist, Furst, Tinsley, Dalgety, Ortegel, Triebold, Macdonald, Merriam.
Jung, Halldorson, Hopkins, Bergmann, Schifflin, Ellis, Chrisman, Frazier, Clark, Beaven, Williams, Norris, Stephens,
gloyd, lvgqilleilr, Donaldson, Wilson, Hackett, Schurmeier, Price, Lind, Peterson, Cooper, Vernon, Williams, Crane,
Taylor, Hefter, Buck, Crampizon, Boothe, Bauman, Rux, Carney, McGanney, Edison, Martin, Myers, Green, Rugen,
Edmonds, Staller, Vasels, Spies, Caton, Galey, Law, Rittersporn, Hascall, Harrison.
Storch, Welter, Millhouse, McQuide,
Miss Anderson, Jensen, Ogden, Camp-
Queenan, Dunn, Jung, Price, Hough-
ton, Lesater, Wilson, Wolf, Donald-
son, Schuller, Dawson, Ilg, Hawkins.
Campbell, Chalmers, Vaughan, Harn-
ley, Edwards, Norman, Butler, King,
Kempner, Ballantyne, Atwater.
Green, Mayer, Lewis, Rich, Mr. Asch-
enbach, Barnes, Nicholson, Sunquist,
Staller, McKnight, Almgreen, Wie-
mers, Braun, Kuhn, Lehmitz, Riemen-
schneider, Braun, Saley, Kelley, Storch.
Spies, Pepoon, Olson, McDowell, Bou-
dart, Lunsman, Vernoy, Cleveland,
Blank, Fletcher, Caton.
Duvall, Reize, Munroe, Ferguson,
Miss Casella, Bananno, Molinare,
Wheldon, Hamann, Stoker, Halles,
Schladen, Petersen, Coltman, Helfers,
Alliilisch, Stewart, Naylor, Sinclair.
Amici, Deane, Mendelsohn, Bugan,
Oliver, Burns, Clark, Watkins, Frisch,
Jost, Basset, Bahr, Davis, Drucker,
Ortegel, Compton, Chase, Trautwein.
Miss Flemington, Roebie, Jannes,
Reichert, Lind, Greenhalgh, Rider,
Reinhardt, Salmen, Sawle, Patterson,
Vernon, Hussey, LaRoy.
Belnap, Colburn, EPP, Didier, HUY1-
but, Lindberg, Merriam, Bergmann,
Paider, Huebner, Schifflin, Metzger,
: Pearson, Ebbert, Durmic, Pasquinillj,
Mr. Frantzen, McDaniel, Hale, Leszczn-
Row 2: Brave, Hillis, Kuiken, Roberts, Brown,
Clark, Northrop, Taylor, RUZCI1, Fish'
Row 3: Shuman, Stowers, Pearson, Stein-
metz, Ross, Thorp, Vasels, Baur, Law,
:Reece, Becken, Doepel, Stackhouse
Mr. Funkhouser, Moberg, Sxmonsen,
: Martin, Frey, Boothe, Yoder, Proud
foot, Smith, Herrick, Zschau, Evert
Row 3: Peterson, Brauscome, Penberthy
Knight, Harrison, Beach, Jannotta
Berglund, Rindskopf, Merrilield, Hales
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Hartwig, Kittrell, Sunkel, Johnson,
Roessler, Spitz, Knapp, Noble, Mose-
Miss Henningson, Ely, Sieck, Thies-
sen, Esch, Edgerton, Berlin, Ward
Pilka, Emrich, Peterson, Pfutzen-
reuter, Schreiber, Place, Spiegel, Mc-
Martin, Sherman, Rose, Atwater.
Pershall, McBain, Vedovell, Thomas,
Mr. Hoyt, Flinker, Stade, Burns, Kel-
Gallagher, Pavlik, Burnside, Ecker-
sall, Greives, Leichenburg, Marcon
Edmonds, Jensen, Schall, Taylor.
Yager, Stahl, King, Campbell, Mar-
tin, Black, Anderson, Horney, Volny
Liepold, Bemus, Wheeler, Kirsch-
braun, Mr. Kahler, Brush, Jones,
Hein, O'Donnell, Kunzelman, Cloud,
Bowers, Augur, Stephany, Crampton,
Tucker, Smith, Blackwell, Schur-
meier, Rugen, Reinwald, Mestjian,
Rayburn, Tinsley, Lindeen, Halder-
son, Puize, Karsten, Schweger, May,
Miss La Metre, Guthridge, Golderich,
Lloyd, Hackett, Fleischmann, Babb,
Genge, Moyer, Palmieri, Morrison,
Anderson, Molner, Chamales, Wil-
liams, Dower, Murphey, Malmquist,
Fox, Lord, Austin.
Lisberg, Perrin, Polk, Whitehead,
Mr. Landwer, Lane, Petti, Rudolph,
Mosser, Smith, Gould, Buford, Huck,
Nelson, Cook, Pemnle, Myers, Breen,
McConnel, Nelson, Johnson, McKen-
zie, Sigel, Riva, Deane, Palmquist,
Hicks, Carney, Bird, Schauffler, Mr.
McDowell, Lewis, Selzer, Sloan,
Ferguson, Rux, Uhl, Michinard, Mc-
Manus, Carpenter, Mills, McGanney,
Trapp, Jones, Wagner.
Russell, Baptista, Copp, Bray,
Yntema, Hillinger, Gray, Pearson,
Borkovitz, David, Burmeister, Lund
Miss Nelson, Hirsch, Hopkins, Dot-
Loury, Ragusi, Sizer, Krensky, Car-
lisle, Mawicki, Tourtelot, Norris, Rey-
nolds, Liebman, Marx, Campbell.
Riggs, Simonson, Scrimgeour, Fish
Radder, Rateike, Broadhurst, Nichols
Dalgety, Risser, Richter.
Soissa, Munns, Bricker, Marsh, Curry,
Doheny, Hutzman, M. L. Smith, Furst.
Miss Paul, Paley, Telefero, Crane,
G. Smith, Maher, Lloyd, Swindell,
Williams, Leonard, Rothermel, Small.
Schumacher, T1-ipplehorn, Thompson,
Weis, Hoffman, Burkhart, Lyman,
Bohne, Hallsteen, Rowe, Harkness,
Dault, Marjerison, Beerling, McLat-
chie, Miss Reinhardt, Weber, Bar-
thell, Murray, Cl1iappe.
Parker, Conover, Garcia, Martin,
Gosling, Jorgenson, Howerton, Monto-
naro, Toel, Chrisman, Frazier, Gimse.
Witt, Norton, Krensel, Engels, Thomp-
son, Miller, Gibbons, Schaeifer, Bengs-
ton, McEwan, Lammers, Sesterhenn.
Mercer, Triebold, VanC1eave, Wher-
hiem, Mrs. Smith, Main, McDermott,
Burgoyne, Beard, Fitzgerald, Sulli-
van, Owens, Davidson, George, Kal-
mas, Flanigan, Schurmeier, Zadek,
Lips, Schwall, Herb, Nilsson, Fellers,
Gockel, Ostergaard, Wilson, Burst,
Melvoiu, Chew, Harnsberger, Di-
Cesare, Mr. Ude, Bare, Tuteur, Fen-
Bay, Barber, Benner, Clarke, Peter-
son, Hurley, Koropp, Farrington,
Ames, Ogilvie, Neal, Gormley,
Carpenter, McMichael, Y0ll11g, CQORC1
Steffens, Shure, Bolender, Falk, Rider,
Lyford, Kent, Hascall, B. Harper,
Mr. Wantling, Hancock, Ziebell, Bul-
Selby, Lass, Marshall, Fried, Albert-
son, Barthold, Anderson, Johnson,
Frake, Ettelson, Karp, Kilner, Pokor-
ney, Gries, Drew, Buescher, Hefter,
BRYSON SMITH COOK DAVIS
0 The Juniors have proved themselves very capable in undertaking the
responsibilities of upperclassmen under the leadership of Nancy Bryson,
President, Jim Smith, Vice-President, Bibsy Cook, Secretary, and Steve
Davis, Treasurer. With the tireless efforts of the officers and the com-
mittee members, the Junior Prom, which was the highlight of the year,
was made a success.
As upper classmen, the Juniors worked hard in all school activities,
including the bond drive and the weekly sale of war stamps. This year,
for the first time, Juniors elected to TNT were put on a probationary board.
If they maintain their good records next year, they will become TNT
members and elect next year,s board.
The Junior advisor chairmen deserve a great deal of credit in helping
the Juniors in upholding former standards. The Junior Boys' Chairman
was Mr. Vernon and because of Miss Brady's illness, Miss Maloney acted
as chairman of the Junior girls. It is certain that the Juniors are capable
of being the leaders of the school next year.
JUNIOR HONOR GROUP
Brand, Sheriffs, Ballman, Swanson, Fischer, Weare, Bushnell, Grauer, Williams, Schultz, Rosenberg, I-Ienkle,
Knupfer, Keiser, Moulding, Kaufman, Kroeschell, Bowen.
McMahon, Figley, Rycroft, Schwab, Goldblatt, Segil, Blaise, Shinnick, White, Cody, Warner, McNeill, Blunt, Hahl,
Heller, Dalton, Carpenter, Nuzum, Rosenthal, Becker, Finney, Engelhard, Everham, Wardeld, Nicolazzi, Biederer,
Cunningham, A. M. Wh1te, Bennett..
Henrickson, Hicks, Cook, Below, Vatter, Spiesman, Steele, Wells, McCabe, Talley, Hess, Windes, Kermedy, Pearson,
Robinson, Perry, Heller, Middleton, Loeifell, Taylor, Frazier, Lawson, Gunn, McDonnell, Moon, Walker, Hatch,
Moore, Fisher, I-Ioehne, Kieft, Rihl, Hueckler, Darley, Harris.
Shanesey, Callaway, Scott, Behnke, Moyer, Kletzien, Henning, Mergener, Olson, lf'oX, Davis, Knight, Smith,
Lndovice, Chace, Roe, Long, Stake, Rogers, Harms, Gignilliat, Masters, Ellis, Steingraber, Vollath, Johnson,
Luby, Jacobs, Lyons, Warner, Cock-
rell, Schriener, Shinnick, Mitchell,
Becker, Anderson, Corra, Armstrong,
Robinson, Taylor, Hathaway, Ken-
nedy, Fisher, Osman, Dalton.
Dennett, Borre, Ickes, Rycroft, Roth-
ermel, Caldwell, Kelley, Paulick,
Nicolazzi, Leisch, Eagan, Finney,
Miss Critchett, Strauss, Rosenthal,
Biederer, McDonnell, Bartling, Haan,
Spiesman, Benge, Payne, Loeifell,
Watson, Kennedy, Haase, Figley.
Leonard, Petry, Korte, Yoder, Tor-
rey, Rihl, Lewando, Darius, Cooksy,
Enright, Beck, Struve,
Hobbs, Savage, Hillman, Dunn, Miss
Durgin, Kiefer, Hicks, Wroe, Bach-
Hawkins, Vedder, Moore, Kitchberg,
Pearson, Van Winkle, Sweeney, Daly,
Carlson, Halvorson, Layden, Carpen-
Everham, Goode, Ingwersen, Moon,
Crowell, Turskay, Gunn, Hatch, Seder,
Freiler, Peterson, Becker, Spiegel.
Ziegler, Hansen, Engels, Daugherty
Biser, Killian, Backlin, Cunningham,
Mrs. Filbey, Vaughan, Henrickson,
Talley, Court, Bazelon, Hollingshead,
Meyers, Schneider, Troy, Mawicke,
Johnson, Spies, Moroney, White,
Moore, Ferguson, Dodge, Kochletl
Hoffman, Smith, Hoehne, Borre, Jori
Ebbert, Dusham, Sheriffs, Bahr, Mr.
Flaningam, Morand, Steele, Mc-
Behnke, Steingraber, Wirth, Callo-
way, Hilton, Ely, Mergener, King,
Borre, McKe1din, Moomaw, Libbin,
Solberg, Brand, Hartman, Reinwald,
Knupfer, Tucker, A. McC1ary, Barnes,
Mr. Gannaway, Vaughan, Anderson,
G. McC1ary, Shildgren.
Henning, Scott, Knight, Greene,
Flegan, Newcomb, Anderson, Lepman,
Stein, Collison, Nieweem, Olson, John-
son, Shanessey, Haigh, Briggs, Dooley,
Rand, Schwab, Warfield, Wagner, Mrs.
Hammer, Butterworth, Spitzer, Ket-
Moore, Prasinos, Cormany, Willmarth,
Leonard, Krause, Hooker, Strom,
Derby, Donian, Tudor.
Cook, Bederrnan, White, Carey, Blet-
zer, Blunt, Lawson, Kemp, Williams,
Borland, Kreusch, Goldblatt.
Allen, Southworth, Schultz, Eisen-
berg, Mr. Jones, Lau, Barnthouse,
Garday, Currie, Mints, Leichsenring,
Cederstrand, Frazier, Ferrell, Roe,
Coyl, Schrnidt, Wright, McLaughlin,
Henkle, Donges, Keller, Sherwin,
Plumer, Sharp, Vollath.
Burgert, Huszagh, P. Treveiler,
James, Mr. Lightner, Brower, Fitch,
Crawford, Thull, Humphrey, Nelson,
R. Treveiler, White, Zipprich, Rob-
Kealy, Gordon, Sholten, Shaw, Bowler,
Peterson, Hunt, Kent, Ward, Keating,
Kieft, Huyler, Ritter, Tancredi, Wag-
ner, Fredian, Himmel, Symons, Bal-
Miss Moeller, Eggert, Corra, Wheeler,
Peacock, Mann, Chapman, Wells,
LaQueur, Hammerman, Walters,
Mead, Benson, Hess, McMahon,
Fox, Lersch, Nelson, McFarlane, Mr.
Pifer, Tentler, Ellis, DeCarlo, Swift.
Marshall, Hendricks, Townsend, Kear-
ney, Chace, Sykes, Weiss, Lauer, Un-
derwood, Green, Kopper.
Cederberg, Hadley, Farrar, Baldwin,
Lascelles, Van Arsdale, Brady,
Hughes, Fried, Martin, Rion, Shaw.
Kroeschell, Edwards, Pearson, Jean-
gerard, Mr. Rau, Fischer, Phelps,
Bloomberg, Elias, Welter, Beebe,
Rosberg, Kolbe, Sheppard, Merkle,
Wittenberg, Mecklenburger, Deuss,
Stake, Montrose, Simpson, Grauer,
Coulter, Veneklasen, Master.
Warfield, Hassenaurer, Triplett, Kline-
tob, Mr. Reynolds, Snyder, Lang,
Toeppen, Abele, Smith, Kletzien,
Beattie, Hunt, Corra, Anderson,
Wood, Stien, Jones, Ludovice, Bredin,
Engler, Cram, Werner, Rosenberg,
Hill, Moulding, Glenn, Ballman, Mr.
Shearer, Maeser, Rippberger, Swift,
Harms, Parsons, Hildreth, Little, Car-
Denter, Meuners, Davis, Neukranz,
Long, Todd, Lynch, Fox.
Shefte, Marsh, Lenhart, Droege. Col-
lins, Talbot, Workman, Bratschi,
Jacob, Van Zuylen.
Leahy, Carroll, Berlin, Smith, Miss
Slelght, McMaster, Ferretti, Wolburg,
Slayton, Paxton, Bowen, Deforest,
Loucks, Windes, Perry, Lollis, Soder-
bloom, Ladish, Lau, Kiddoo.
Rice, Whitaker, Clausing, Williamson,
Hough, Qurtis, Farr, Doherty, Spat-
holt, Blaise, Weber, Billow, Lidecker.
Mori, Fegers, Cajka, Keeley, Mr.
Swain, Gibbs, Bartsch, Mcliearnan,
Bushnell, Tuttle, Dunbar, Krancer,
Boesch, Loebl, Thompson, Czech,
Rice, Howard, Reinwald.
McNulty, Cohler, Smith, Howe, Bart-
hng, I-Iillner, Moyer, Keiser, Olson,
'Odh, Corra, Heston, Taylor. Mrs.
Thurman, Wiemon, Ratner, Bennett,
'Foley, Miller, Below, Glezen, Jack-
son, McCabe, Hansen, Murphy, Hoff-
meyer, J. Taylor, Bryson, Huechler.
' Gudbranson, Illjum, Ward, Wire, Mc-
Knight, Walker, Smith, Street, Wal-
1: Eberle, Glaeser, Woods, Littlefield,
Miss Vlasto, O'Neill, Burgert, Baird,
2: h Llo d Merrideld Bowden,
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Rodger, Hartlett, MacFarlane, Schild-
berg, Anderson, Marmaduke, Moon.
3' Curtiss, Edmonds, Smith, Reling,
Urice, Booth, Hlavacek, Carolan, Gil-
1' Lowe, Appelbaum, Hinners, Noble,
Mr. Waters, Williams, Blaul, Gaug-
' Barnes, Newman, Byrne, Edgerton,
D. Murphy, McAllister, R. Murphy,
Rogers, Hathaway, Horween, Lehman.
3' Gilbert, Story, Bernardi, Anderson,
Olson, Gignilliat, Mills, Bray, Keefe,
Stahl, Barthell, Kemler.
1' Cowan, G. Heller, S-mith, Becker
Miss Whitfield, Huif, Segil, Zeutschel
Row 2: McKinney, Whidden, Koll, Storner
Weise, Pierce, Davis, Moore, Barthold
Anderson, Coleman, Hemmick, Laz
Row 3: Carlsen. Foster, Darley, Fifer, Mc
Neill, Wolsey, Frazier, Price, Tiede
bohl, Witt, C. Heller, Severt, Haniza
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MEMBERS OF T.N.T.
Stuart Adamson, Charles Barnes, Janet Camphausen, John Clark, Dorothy Cleary, Emily Cleary, William Collins,
Anne Condon, Verne Condon, Philip Corper, Virginia Cushman, Maurice Dunne, Helen Evans, Laura Cott, Betty
Hahneman, Charles Hill, Sara Holland, Joan Johnson, David Kadyk, Hugh Kahler, Philip Leekley, Joan Lindsay,
Barbara Lyons, Marilyn MacKenzie, Jane Mathias, Marilyn McConnell, Doris Miller, Kenneth Mullins, John Nuzum,
Doris Oman, Spencer Raymond, Donald Rennolds, Charles Rockcastle, Dorothy Rose, Richard Saunders, Jacqueline
Sherman, David Spoehr, Joan Steif, Carolyn Stein, Betty Van Horne, Myron Watkins, Artemus Watson, Patricia Way,
Barbara Weishaar, Ren Wisehart.
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0 T.N.T. is New Trier's way of recognizing special achieve-
ment in the field of activities. This year a new system of
election has been adopted. Juniors are not elected as mem- l
bers, but only to serve on an election board. Thus election
to T.N.T. has become a distinctively senior award. Although
the recommendations are made by faculty members, the
actual voting is done by the students.
This year seventeen senior girls and thirteen senior
boys won the honor of election to T.N.T. Only the most
prominent students in school are elected and because of this,
T.N.T. is considered the highest honor a student may attain
at New Trier aside from the Tri-Ship and D.A.R. Awards.
JUNIOR T.N.T. BOARD
Row 1: Moeller, Bachmann, Steingraber, Wariield, Shanesy, Ketcham,
Row 2: Stake, Anderson, Bryson, Davis, Pearson, Rogers, Yowell.
Tri-Ship Award-ADAMSON YVEISHAAR-D.A.R. Award
0 The Honor Society is composed of students who for seven semesters
have maintained grades which average 320 or above. Students who have
transferred during their high school career must attend New Trier for at
least three semesters in order to be eligible. Election to the Honor Society
is an honor given only at the end of a student's senior year.
Dolores Bauer, Barbara Bauman, Barbara Birkelund, Frances Bond, Dorothy Braaten, Alice Briggs, Janet Camp-
hausen, Dorothy Cleary, Beverly Day, Grace Doyge, Lorraine Eisenberg, Frances Eshbach, Helen Evans, Elizabeth
Foulke, Gloria Giddes, Edith Goldberg, Irene Goldstein, Betty Hahneman. Ann Hatowski, Ellen Hinkley, Elizabeth
Humphrey, llluriel Kirtley, Marion Lafot, Helen Lapat, Patricia Latimer, Marilyn MacKenzie, Frances Maher, Betty
Martin, Shirley lliasser, Marilyn McConnell, Marilyn Melvoin, Doris Miller, Margaret Nix, Sallie O'Brien, Gloria
Pagliarulo, Dolores Papierski, lllarjorie Pifer, Dorothy Proudfoot, Joan Puhlman, Dorothy Rose, Claire Rubel, Lois
Rugen, Anne Schmidt, Frances Simonsen, Carol Steel, Carolyn Stein, Jean Stewart, Rhoda Tanner, Gertrude Travis,
Ann Tuder, Betty Van Horne, Nancy Walker, Elisabeth Weir, Barbara Wfeishaar, Marguerite Wenheimer, Karen
Williams, Roberta Gay Wfyman, Margaret Young.
Carnot Allen, James Anderson, Norman Ascherinan, Stanford
Ascherman, Richard Bartholomew, George Bell, Thomas Canning,
A James Carruth, William Collins, Verne Condon, Richard Dunlap,
Robert Emmet, Charles Fox, Elihu Harris, Charles Hill, John
A Holmes, David Kadyk. Henry Kritzer, John Lanham, Kenneth
Leal, Philip Leekley, Robert McDermott, Robert McLain, Ken-
A neth Mullins, John Nuzum, Roger Purdy, Spencer Raymond,
Charles Rockcastle, Jack Spangler, Charles Swan, Stanton Taylor,
Yvaltcr Thatcher, Roger Triencns. I
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activities. Besides these activities, it has contributed new ideas and methods
to meet curtailments due to the war. From the moment the class entered
through the doors of New Trier, it showed great promise. Now at the end
of the four years it has accomplished its objective. Through interest, loyalty,
and enthusiastic efforts, it brought itself to be a great advantage to the
school as a whole.
It has helped with the various organizations to undertake and complete
successfully such jobs as charity drives, forums, dramatic productions, the
opera, the talent show, gym jams, and bond drives.
Following the precedent set by other classes, the Senior Hop was held,
turning out to be one of the finest ever given.
The senior class has furthered the organization and expansion of
student bond and stamp sales and also the successful running of the bond
drive in which the entire North Shore took part. Through this, they obtained
over 3400,000 to buy a flying fortress inscribed with an emblem of New
Tri-Ship and Girls, Club both have helped to further the field of
scholarships presented to the students as it has done in years before.
The class could never have accomplished all that it has done if it had
not been for the excellent guidance and advice of Miss Maloney and Mr.
Kahler and it thanks them heartily.
And so goodbye now, Class of ,44 and loads of good luck.
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The sudden loss of John Hoesli on
June 26, 1942 was greatly felt by
the class of '44. While in school,
John was especially interested in
sports, including football and
basketball. His freshman year he
was on the Frosh-Soph football
team, and an officer in the lst
Glee Club. He again was on the
football team in his Sophomore
year, and was in the Opera Group.
His cheerfulness and friendliness
will always be remembered by the
many friends that he made during
his years at New Trier.
Although Joseph Stander com-
pleted only his Freshman year at
New Trier, he will never be for-
gotten by those who knew him, not
only for his generosity, but for his
kindness to everyone.
Joe went out for I. M. Handball
and Volleyball while in school, and
had a special liking for baseball
After an illness of six weeks, he
passed away in Glenview on June
Senior? 14cti 't 'e
9"Marge," Glencoe: Girls' Career
Club 3: Recital Group 1,2: Service
Club 3: French Club 3. North-
Adams, Frances J.
9 Winnetka: "Lagniappe" 4: G.A.A
3: Glee Club 3,4: News Feature
Staff 3: Service Club 3,4: Musicale
3,4: Girls' Career Club 3: Spanish
Club 4: Travel Club 2: Actors'
Guild 4: Hyde Park 1.
Adamson, Stuart S.
9 Glencoe: Tri-Ship Award 4:
T.N.T. 3,4: Honor Groups 1,2,4:
Tri-Ship President 4: Dinner Chair-
man 3: Class President 2: Football
1,2,3,4: Letter 4: Basketball 3: I.M.
Basketball 1,2,4: Volleyball 3: Base-
ball 2: "What a Life" 2: News
Staff 2: U. S. Coast Guard Academy.
Aihara, Henry K.
9 Winnetka: Garden Grove High
School, California 1,2: Poston High
School, Poston. Arizona 3.
9 "Alby," Winnetka: Study Hall
Supervisor 3: Girls' Club Employ-
ment Committee 4: G.A.A. Hockey
3,4: Volleyball 3, Basketball 4:
Numerals 3: Chevron 4: Knox
School Cooperstown, New York 1,2:
Katherine Gibbs School.
Alexander, Iris J.
9 Winnetka: French Club 3,4: Girls'
Career Club 3,4: Service Club 3,4:
Allen, Carnot R.
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 4: Hon-
or Group 1,3,4: Information Desk 4:
I.M. Track 3: Champion 2: "Tovar-
ich" 4: Debate Team 1,2,3,4: Cap-
tain 4: Forensic League 1,2.3.4-2
Gavel Club 1,2,3,4: Dramatic Club
4: Broadcasting Club 4: Simpson
Award 4: Dr. Jones Award 3:
Allen, Donald J.
9Wilrnette: Study Hall Supervisor
4: Baseball 2: Football 3: Basket-
ball 3: Cheerleader 2,3,4: Letter
3: I.M. Football 2: Handball 1,2,3:
Horseshoes 1,2: Basketball 1,2,3,4:
Table Tennis 2: Baseball 1: Soccer
3.4: Champion 3: Track 1,2,3,4:
Champion 3: Navy.
Anderson, Arthur G.
9 Glenview: Honor Group 3,4: IM
Handball 1,2,3,4: Doubles Cham-
pions 3: Volleyball 1,2.3: Basket-
ball 1,2: Soccer 3,4: Golf 1: Radio
Club 3, Chief Operator 3.
Anderson. James G.
9 "Jim," Glencoe: Honor Society 4:
Honor Group 3: Student Council
War Department 4: Aeronautics
Club 4: American School 1: Wor-
Ehester Academy 2: Leland Stan-
Anderson, Lois J.
9Wilmette: Honor Groups 1,2,3:
Girls' Club Arrangements Commit-
tee 4: G.A.A. 2,3,4: Volleyball 4:
Representative 1: Numerals 2: 300-
point 4: News Staff 3: Spanish
Club 2,3,4: Girls' Career Club 3,4:
Latin Club 1,2: University of
Anderson, Marion F.
9 "Mitzi," Wilmette: Sullivan High
Anderson, llrlartin R.
9 Winnetka: Baseball 4: Band 1,2:
Glee Club 2: News Staff 2: Onarga
9 Wirmetka: IM Basketball 4:
Champions 4: Fullerton High School,
Fullerton, California 1,2,3.
Arkcma, Shirley B.
9 "Arkie," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Social Committee 4: G.A.A. 1,2,3,4:
Swimming 3: Speedball 1: Basket-
ball 2: Representative 2: Chevron
1: Numerals 1: "Lagniappe" 4:
Glee Club 1,4: Spanish Club 2,3:
Girls' Career Club 3,4: Swing Club
2: Queen Anne H. S. Seattle, Wash-
ington 3: William Woods.
Arms, Richard E.
9 Wilmette: Football l,2: J.V. Foot-
ball 3: IM Soccer 2,3: "Our Town"
3: "Tovarich" 4: "Lagniappe" 4:
Production Staff 4: Stage Crew 1,2:
"Yeomen of the Guard" 3: "Iolan-
the" 2: Opera Group 2,3: Junior
Orchestra 1: Band 1,2,3: Glee Club
1: Choir 2,3: RiHe Club 1,2,4: Team
1,2: Broadcasting Club 2,3,4: Act-
ors' Guild 2,3: Badminton Club
l,2: Radio Club 3,4: Dramatic
Club 3,4: Visual Education Staff
Armstrong, Priscilla J.
9 "Pris," Kenilworth: Honor Group
1: Student Council Safety Commit-
tee 3: Study Hall Supervisor 4:
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4: Speedball 4: North-
western Speedball 4: Olbcials' Com-
mittee 4: 300-point 3: Chevron 3:
Officials Badge 3: Numerals 4:
Representative l,2: Hockey Ad-
visor Room Manager 4: Make-up
Crew 3,4: "Lag'niappe" 4: Glee
Club 3,4: Echoes Stall 4: News Art
Staff 4: Musicale 1: Broadcasting
Club 2,3,4: Dramatic Club 4: Span-
ish Club 2,3,4: Girls' Career Club
Arns, Elizabeth J.
9 "Betty," Wilmette.
Ascherrnan, Norman R.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 4: Honor
Groups 1,2,3: Debate 3: Latin Club
1: Oak Park High School 1.
Ascherman, Stanford W.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 4: Oak
Park and River Forest High School
9 Winnetka: Girls' Club Charity
Committee 4: G.A.A. Speedball 4:
Chevron 4: Numerals 4: 300-point
4: Girls' Career Club 4: French
Club 4: St. Paul Central High
School, Minnesota 1,2,3.
Atcheson, David M.
9 Glencoe: Honor Groups 1.2,3:
Football 2: Basketball 1,2,3: Cham-
pion 3: Handball 1: Volleyball l,2:
York High School, Evanston 1:
9 Northfield: Honor Group 2,4:
Girls' Oliice Staff 3,4: Girls' Career
Club 3: Rockford College.
9 Chicago: Tennis 1,2,3.4: Captain
4: Letter 1,2,3: Basketball 2,3,4:
J. V. Basketball 3: IM Touch Foot-
ball 2: Marine Corps.
Babcock, James N.
9 Kenilworth: Honor Group 1: IM
Basketball 1,2,3: Soccer 2: Track
2: Swimming 2: News Editorial
Staff 2: Geography Club 1: Science
Club 1: Archeology Club 1.
Bach, Helen A.
9Glencoe: Honor Group 4: Glee
Club 2,3: Latin Club 1: Girls'
Career Club 3,4: Library Helper 4:
Balahan, Gloria A.
9 "Bal," Glencoe: Girls' Club Rep-
resentative 1: G.A.A. Chevron 1:
Glee Club 2: Opera Group 3: Swing
Club 2: Art League 2,3: Girls'
Career Club 3,4: Briarcliff.
Balkin, Rivia E.
9Wilmette: Honor Group l,4:
"Tovarich" 4: Glee Club 1: Span-
ish Club 2: Musicale 4: Girls'
Career Club 4: Actors' Guild 2:
Dramatic Club 4: Girls' Office Staff
9 Glencoe: Football 4: Swimming
Guard 2: Swimming 1,2,3: Letter
9 "Jean," Wilmette: Presidio Jr.
High School, San Francisco, Cal., 1:
Abraham Lincoln High School, San
Francisco 2,3: Coe College.
Bames, Charles O.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,4: Study Hall
Supervisor 3,4: Tri-Ship Representa-
tive 1, Dinner Committee 3, Dance
Committee 4, Usher Corps 3,4: In-
formation Desk 4: Swimming 1.2,
3.4: Letter 1,2.3,4: Co-captain 4:
Track 3,4: Letter 3.4: Swimming
Guard 3,4: IM Basketball 2: Volley-
ball 2, Champion 2: "Lagniappe"
Production Staff 3: Glee Club 3:
Boys' Career Club 3,4: Secretary 3:
Barnett, Lawrence T., Jr.
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 1: Foot-
ball 4: Tennis 4: Letter 4: Baseball
1,2,3,4: IM Horseshoe Champion 1:
Basketball Champion 1: Boys' Career
Club 3,4: Swing Club 2,3: Dart-
Barthold, Lionel O.
9 Winnetka: Radio Club 3,4, Presi-
dent 4: Merchant Marine.
Bartholomew, Richard L.
9Winnetka: Honor Society 4:
Honor Group 2,4: IM Track 2:
German Club 2,4: Badminton Club
4: Rocky River H. S. 1: North-
Bassler, William A.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 1: Foot-
ball 2: IM Basketball 3.
Bauer, Dolores 0.
9"Laurie." Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 4: Honor Group 1,2.3.4: Stu-
dent Council Defense Committee 3:
"Yeomen of the Guard" 3: "Pina-
fore" 4: Girls' Ensemble 4: Opera
Group 3,4: Glee Club l,2: Choir
3,4: Art Club 2,4: President 4:
Girls' Career Club 3,4: Publicity
Chairman 4: Senior Music Club 4:
Spanish Club 4: Mills.
Bauman, Barbara I.
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 4:
Honor Group 3,4: Glee Club 4:
News Staff 3: Art Staff 4: Lens
Club 3,4: Science Club 3.4: Art
League 4: Photo Painters Club 4:
Jackson, Michigan High School l,2:
Beamsley, Jo Ann C.
9 "Cece," Kenilworth: "Lagniappe"
3: Girls' Career Club 3.4: Actors'
Guild 3,4: Spanish Club 3: Evans-
ton H. S. 1.
Beatty, Carolyn C.
9Winnetka: Girls' Club Social
Committee 4: Glee Club 1: Swing
Club 2: Girls' Career Club 4.
Beauvais, Jeanne M.
9 Wilmette: G.A.A. Chevron 3:
News Feature Stall' 3: Echoes Staff
3: Senior Music Club 3,4: Mary-
wood 1,2: Mundelein.
Beaven, Barbara A.
9 Kenilworth: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 1: Friendly Committee l,2,3:
Arrangements Committee 4: Speed-
ball 1: "What a Life" 2: Verse
Speaking Choir 2,3,4: "Lagniappe"
3: Glee Club 1,2,3: News Staff
1.2,3,4: Dramatic Club 2,3,4: French
Club 3,4: Girls' Career Club 3.
Becken, Charles W.
9 Glencoe: "Yeomen of the Guard
3: Opera Group 3,4: Glee Club 2:
Choir 4: Lens Club 3: Badminton
Club 4. University of Illinois.
Beinlich, Allan E.
Bell, George I.
9Winnetka: Honor Society 4:
Honor Group 1,2,3,4: Student Coun-
cil Defense Committee 4: Infor-
mation Desk 4: Usher Corps 4:
IM Tennis 2,3: Football 2, Baseball
2: Science Club 1,2: Badminton
Club 2: Harvard Club Award 3.
Bengston, Phillip S.
9 Glenview: Honor Group 1,2,3,4:
IM Soccer 4: Champion 4: Swim-
ming 3: Ping Pong 1,3,4: Informa-
tion Desk 4: Radio Club 2,3,4:
German Club 3,4: Northwestem.
Bergerson, Charlotte M.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 3: Girls'
Club Arrangement Committee 4:
Glee Club 3,4: News Staff 3: Sen-
ior Music Club 3,4: Girls' Career
Club 4: Dormont High, Dormant.
Pa. l,2: American Conservatory of
Bergrnan, Arthur W.
9 "Charlie," Kenilworth: J.V. Foot-
ball 3,4: Letter 4: IM Basketball
1.2,3.4: Champion 3: Soccer 3,4:
Handball 1,2.3.4: Baseball 1: Horse-
shoes 2,3: Champion 3: Volleyball
2: Champions 2: Gavel Club l,2:
Boys' Career Club 3: Purdue.
Bergman, Joyce R.
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,25 Make-
up Crew 2,3,45 "Pinafore" 45 Opera
Group 45 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 News
Staff 1,25 Lens Club 2,3,45 Secre-
tary 35 Vice President 45 Musicale
1,2,3,45 Social Chairman 35 Sci-
ence Club 25 Recital Group 1,25
Social Chairman 25 Girls' Career
Club 35 Carleton.
Bergman, Richard F.
9 Winnetka: IM Soccer 35 Basket-
ball 35 Volleyball 35 Track 35 Lake-
wood High, Ohio 1,2.
9 Chicago: G.A.A. Baseball 15
Basketball 15 Volleyball 15 Univer-
sity of Miami.
Bettinghaus, J. Hunter
9 Wilmette: Basketball 2,45 Letter
2,45 Baseball 15 IM Football 1,25
Volleyball 2,35 Basketball 15 Base-
ball 1,25 Soccer 2,3,45 Track 35
Rifle Club 1,25 Spanish Club 25
Swing Club 1,25 Notre Dame.
Birkelund, Barbara R.
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 1,2,3,45 Student Council
Study Hall Supervisor 35 Assembly
Committee 25 Defense Department
3,45 Social Department 35 Service
Department 45 Girls' Club Arrange-
ments Committee 35 Representative
25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Hockey 25 Base-
ball 25 Representative 1,2,3,45 300-
point Award 35 Numerals 2:
Chevron 25 Echoes Senior Section
Staff 3,45 News Circulation Staff
35 Girls' Career Club 3,45 .lunior
Music Club 15 Swing Club 25 Bad-
minton Club 25 Connecticut.
Blietz, Bruce S.
9 Wilmette: IM Volleyball 1,25
Swimming 45 Chess Club 15 Aero-
nautics Club 45 East Grand Rapids
High School 35 Hope College, Hol-
land Michigan 3.
Blom, Betty E.
9 Glencoe: G.A.A. Swimming 25
Guard 3,45 Chevron 15 Numerals 15
"Lagniappe" 45 Badminton Club 25
Swing Club 25 William Woods.
Bogan, Barbara A.
9 "Bobsy," Evanston: "Love Rides
the Rails" 35 "Lagniappe" 45 Dra-
matic Club 3,45 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Rifle Club 2,35 Roycemore 1,25
Boggs, Homer G.
9 Wilmette: Band 2,35 Russell High
Bollig, Vera C.
Bolling, George W.
9Winnetka: Football 3,45 Man-
ager 1,25 IM Basketball 1,2,3,45
Bond, Frances C.
9 "Fran," Wilmette: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Student
Council Study Hall Supervisor 15
Girls' Club Representative 25 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Hockey 25 Basketball 35
Representative 15 Glee Club 2,35
Opera Group 45 News Stall 2,3,45
Latin Club 15 Musicale 15 Span-
ish Club 2,3,45 Girls' Career Club
3,45 University of Michigan.
Bonner, M. Elizabeth
9Wilmette: Girls' Club Charity
Committee 45 Representative 45
"Lagniappe" 45 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Swing Club 25 Illinois.
Booz, John T.
0 Wilmette: Traffic Squad 3,45
"Iolanthe" 25 "Yeoman of the
Guard" 35 "Pinafore" 4: Orchestra
1,2,3,45 Glee Club 15 Choir 2,3,45
Ensemble 45 News Photography
Staff 25 Senior Music Club 35 Lens
Borre, Earl A.
9Wilmette: Golf 45 IM Track 1,
2,35 Champion 35 Soccer 2,3,45
Champion 35 Golf 1,2,35 Ping Pong
35 Volleyball 1,2,35 Baseball 15
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Champion 45
Aeronautics Club 3,4.
9"Ken," Wilmette: Honor Group
9"Seal," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Bazaar Committee 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3,
45 News Staff 15 Recital Group
1,25 Musicale 1,25 French Club 25
American Academy of Dramatic
Bowers, Edward H.
9 Winnetka: Golf 45 IM Soccer
3,45 Basketball 3,45 Aeronautics
Club 35 Camouflage Club 35 White
Fish Bay High School 1,2,
Braaten, Dorothy R.
9Wilmette: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Girls' Club
Social Committee 25 Costume Crew
2,35 Properties Crew 45 "Lagniappe"
35 Verse Speaking Choir 2,3,45 Glee
Club 15 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Vice-
President 35 Recital Group 15
Musicale 15 Actors' Guild 2,35
Dramatic Club 3,45 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Mills.
Brady, Jean D.
Brady, Ruth M.
Branscome, Louise M.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 15 News
Art Staff 35 Girls' Career Club 35
Service Club 35 Art Institute.
Bredin, John W.
9 Wilmette: IM Soccer 2,35 Basket-
ball 2,35 Rifle Club 25 Aeronautical
Brick, John H.
9 Winnetka: Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 45 Tri-Ship Repre-
sentative 45 Football 3,45 Letter 45
Basketball 35 IM Basketball 3,45
Volleyball 35 Soccer 3,45 "Lag-
niappe" 45 Band 3,45 Wrestling
Club 45 Lyons Township High
School 1,25 Kenyon.
Briggs, Alice M.
9"Briggsy," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Girls'
Club Friendly Committee 45 G.A.A.
Basketball 25 Speedball 35 Lacrosse
Manager 45 Numerals 25 300-point
award 45 "Letters to Lucerr1e" 35
"George and Margaret" 45 "Yeo-
men of the Guard" 35 "Pinafore" 45
Orchestra 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,2,35
Dramatic Club 3,45 Opera Group
45 News Staff 3,45 Inklings Con-
tributor 35 Musicale 1,2,35 Junior
Music Club 1,25 Senior Music 3,45
Girls' Career Club 4.
Brooks, Betty lll.
9 Wilmette: Winchester High
School, Massachusetts 15 Illinois
Brooks, William T.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,35 Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
3: IM Track 2,35 Basketball 1,25
Soccer 3,45 Radio Club 2,35 Rifle
Club 1,2,35 Northwestern Tech-
9"Brownie," Wilmette: Honor
Group 35 Girls' Club Publicity
Committee 35 Representative 45
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Archery 35 Volley-
ball 25 Chevron 25 "It Pays to Ad-
vertise" 35 Costume Crew 35 Prop-
erties Crew 35 "Lagniappe" Execu-
tive Board 45 Glee Club 35 Inklings
Staff 2,35 Spanish Club 2,35 Latin
Club 15 Art League 35 Dramatic
Club 35 Actors' Guild 2,35 Girls'
Career Club 45 Lawrence.
Brown, K. Don
9Glencoe: Information Desk 4.
Bruhn, Robert A.
9 Winnetka: Blanchester H i g h
Bucher, Phillip E.
9 Winnetka: Door Guard 25 Swim-
ming 1,2,3,45 Letter 1,2,3,45 Foot-
ball 25 Army Air Corps.
Buena, Vicky J.
9 "Vic," Wilmette: News Staff 3,45
Spanish Club 2,3,45 Program Com-
mittee 3,45 University of Kentucky.
Buethe, William B.
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Swimming Team
15 Glee Club 15 Choir 1.
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Arrange-
ments Committee 45 "Lagniappe"
3,45 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Western
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 2,45 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,45 Letter 3,45 Basketball
35 IM Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,
3,45 Baseball 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,
Butler, Clifford L.
9 "Lee," Wilmette: Honor Group 35
Tri-Ship Representative 45 Usher
Corps 45 Football 2,3,45 Letter 2,3,
45 Track 15 Letter 15 IM Basket-
ball Champions 15 Northwestern.
9 Northfield: Hall Guard 2,3,45 IM
Soccer 3,45 Champions 45 Basket-
ball 45 Golf 15 Wrestling Club 4.
Camerano, Mary Louise
9 "Lulu," Glencoe: Sullivan High
9 "Jan," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Honor
Society 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45
Student Council Study Hall Super-
visor 1,45 Girls' Club Representa-
tive 35 Charity Committee Chair-
man 45 Arrangements Committee 25
.lunior Prom Committee 35 News
Stall' 35 Echoes Senior Section 42
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Service Club
3,45 Latin Club 15 "Lagniappe" 35
War Coordinating Board 45 Duke
Canning, Thomas B.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Choir
15 Radio Club 2,35 Northwestern.
Carey, Franklin H.
9 Wilmette: IM Basketball 35 Soc-
cer 2,3,45 Champions 3,45 Latin
Club 15 Spanish Club 2.
Carlin, William, Jr.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 25 Stu-
dent Council Building and Grounds
Committee 25 Football 1,2,3,45 Let-
ter l,2,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Letter
1,25 Track 2,35 Baseball 45 Volley-
ball 1,25 Soccer 35 "Lagniappe" 45
Glee Club 25 Rifle Club 1,25 Span-
ish Club 2,35 Boys' Career Club 3:
Carpenter, Lorraine T.
9 Wilmette: Bu rl i n g h a rn High
School, California 1,2,3.
Carroll, Frank J.
9 Winnetka: Basketball 1,2,3,45
Letter 2,3,45 Captain 45 Football
1,25 Baseball 1,3,45 Letter 45 IM
Handball 1,2,3,45 Soccer 1,2,35 News
Staff 15 Swing Club 1,25 Asheville
School, North Carolina 25 Duke
Carruth, James F.
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 45
Honor Groups 1,2,3,45 Study Hall
Supervisor 35 Tri-Ship Representa-
tive 35 Information Desk 45 Usher
Corps 3,45 Football 1,25 IM Wrest-
ling 45 Baseball 15 Basketball 1,25
Tennis 45 Soccer 3,45 "Love Rides
the Rails" 35 "Tovarich" 45 "Iolan-
the" 25 Opera Group 25 Science
Club 15 Actors' Guild 2,35 Dra-
matics Club 3,45 University of
9'6Mickey," Glencoe: G.A.A. Rid-
ing Manager 45 300-point Award 35
French Club 2,35 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Actors' Guild 45 Sweet Briar.
Chacharon, Themis A.
9 Glencoe: Class President 45 Tri-
Ship Representative 1,25 Basketball
15 Letter 25 IM Soccer Champ 35
"1-I. M. S. Pinafore" 45 Glee Club
2,35 Choir 15 President 45 Ensem-
ble 45 Senior Music Club 4.
Charrey, Therese M.
9 "Christy," Glencoe: G.A.A. Rep-
resentative 45 Speedball 2,45 Basket-
ball 35 Chevron 35 Numerals 45
300-point 45 Glee Club 2,3,45 Span-
ish Club 2,35 Girls' Career Club
Christerson, Mary Jane
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,35
Girls' Club Representative 45 Ten-
nis 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Speed-
ball 2,35 Lacrosse 2,35 Victory
Corps 35 Tennis Head 45 300-point
25 600-point 35 800-point 45 News
Staff 15 "H, M. S. Pinafore" 45
Opera Group 45 Glee Club 35 Choir
45 Recital Group 15 Quill Club 15
French Club 2,3545 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Wellesley.
Clarke, John M.
9 Wilmette: T.N.T. 3,45 Study Hall
Supervisor 35 Student Council Rep-
resentative 3,45 Study Hall Depart-
ment 2,3,45 Tri-Ship Representative
35 Class Vice President 35 Track
l52,3,45 Letter 2,35 Football 35 Let-
ter 35 Army Air Corps.
Clauson, Paul S.
9 Wilmette: Swimming 1525 IM
Soccer 25 Handball 15 Wrestling 45
Glee Club 152,35 Gavel Club 15
9Winnetlca: Hall Guard 45 Pea-
body High School, Pittsburgh 1,21
Englewood High School, Pennsyl-
vania 35 Illinois.
Cleary., Dorothy A.
9 "D'Anne," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Student Council
Representative 2: Defense Commit-
tee 25 Girls' Club Representative 35
Social Committee 35 Publicity Com-
mittee 45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Chevron 25
"Lagniappe" 45 Girls' Office Staff
3,45 Inklings Staff 1,2,3545 Editor
45 Contributor 35 Echoes Stall 3,45
Girls' Career Club 3545 Marymount.
Cleary, Emily I.
9Winnetka: T.N.T. 45 Honor
Group 45 Student Council Service
Committee 35 Co-Head 45 Study
Hall Supervisor 45 Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 35 Prom Com-
mittee 35 G.A.A. 152,3,45 Baseball
25 Volleyball 15 Manager 25 Chev-
ron 15 Numerals 25 300-point
Award 35 Officials' Badge 35
Echoes Senior Section Staff 35
Head 45 "Lagniappe" Commit-
tee 45 Spanish Club 35 Latin
Club 15 Girls' Career Club 35
Arrangements Committee 35 Mary-
Cleveland, Geraldine C.
9 "Gerry," Wilmette: Honor Group
45 Girls' Club Financial Committee
25 Glee Club 25 Secretary 25 News
Staff 35 Inklings Staff 25 Quill Club
15 Gavel Club 15 Program Chair-
man 15 Girls' Career Club 3:
Camouflage Club 35 Spanish Club
Clovis, Paul C.
9"PC," Kenilworth: Honor Group
3,45 Information Desk 3: Door
Guard 35 IM Basketball 2535 Foot-
ball 15 Soccer 35 Orchestra 1,253545
Radio Club 2,35 M. I.T.
9 Winnetka: Waupaca High School
Copp, Phyllis J.
9Ravinia: Student Council Repre-
sentative 1,25 Social Committee 25
Defense Committee 25 Publicity
Committee 15 G.A.A. 1,25 Baseball
15 Hockey 25 Speedball 35 Basket-
ball 35 300-point Award 25 Chevron
15 Numerals 15 "Lagniappe" 25 Glee
Club 1,25 Choir 45 Echoes Staff 25
News Staff 15 Badminton Club 1,25
Spanish Club 25 Actors' Guild 15
Treasurer of Illinois Association of
Student Council 25 Pasadena Acad-
emy, California 45 Northwestern.
Coffield, Carolyn L.
9"CofIy," Wilmette: G.A.A. Basket-
ball 15 Chevron 25 Actors' Guild
35 Glee Club 2,35 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Service Club 3,45 Musi-
Cohrs, John S.
9 "Jack," Winnetka: Football 152,35
Letter 45 IM Basketball 3,45 Vol-
leyball 3,45 Soccer 2,3,45 "Lag-
niappe" 45 Glee Club 45 German
Club 35 Wrestling Club 4.
Coleman, George R.
9Winnetka: Football 1,45 Swim-
ming 25 Baseball 2,3,45 Golf 35
Glee Club 25 Choir 2,35 "Lagniappe"
45 Swing Club 25 Rifle Club 15
Boys' Career Club 35 Northwestern.
Collins, William R., Jr.
9Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Groups 1,2535 Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
45 Assembly Committee 35 Usher
Corps 3,45 Information Desk 45
Publicity Committee 45 Baseball 15
2,35 Tennis Doubles School Champ
35 Band 1,25 Boys' Glee Club 15
Opera Costumes 45 Echoes Staff 35
Editor in Chief 45 News Staff 1,35
Inklings Contributor 35 Boys' Career
Club 35 Sports Club 15 Dartmouth.
Coltman, Bertram W.
9Kenilworth: Traffic Squad 2,35
Football 2,35 IM Football 35 Radio
Club 15 Stamp Club 1,35 Notre
'Wilmette: Lens Club 15 Aero-
nautics Club 4.
9"C0nnie," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Honor Groups 1,25 Study Hall
Supervisor 3,45 Student Council
Representative 45 Social Committee
45 Girls' Club Representative I5
Charity Committee 25 G.A.A. I,2,3,
45 Swimming Head 45 French
Club 1,2,35 President 45 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 Northwestern.
Condon, Verne H.
9"Ducks," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Groups
1,2535 Student Council Social Com-
mittee 35 Assembly 3: Tri-Ship
Representative 1,2,35 "Lagniappe"
Director 45 Class Social Committee
25 Usher Corps 45 IM Baseball 15
Basketball 25 Soccer 2,35 Champs
35 "What A Life" 25 Vice Presi-
dent Actors' Guild 35 Dramatic
Club 253,45 President 45 Dramatic
Club Board 35 News Staff I,2.3,45
Circulation Manager 3,4.
9 Wilmette: Football 25 Basketball
3,45 IM Swimming 35 Basketball
3,45 Track 45 Ramsey Ir. High 1:
Washburn High 2.
9Winnetka: Student Council Pub-
licity Department 45 Tri-Ship Usher
Nc tizli tie
Corps 45 IM Soccer 3,45 Echoes
Staff 3,45 Snapshot Section Editor
45 News Stai' 35 Lens Club 15
Le Flembeau 3,45 Portsmouth
Priory, Portsmouth, R. I. 2. Yale.
9 Wilmette: "What A Life" 25
Opera Group 45 Glee Club 2.35 Dra-
matic Club 3,45 Girls' Career Club
Cormack, Patricia A.
9Glencoe: Musicale 15 Sacred
Heart, Lake Forest 25 St. Marys
Notre Dame 35 Southern Seminary.
Cornell, Jeanne E.
9 Wilmette: Good Counsel High 1.
Corper, Philip L.
9 Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Student
Council Service Department 35 Co-
head 45 Assembly Committee 25
Representative 25 "Lagniappe" Com-
mittee 45 Class Treasurer 25 Infor-
mation Desk 45 Football Manager
2,3,45 Letter 3,45 IM Soccer 35
Glee Club 152.
Corrigan, John E.
9 Wilmette: Football 2,35 Track 25
Baseball 1545 Band I52,3,45 Aero-
nautical Club 45 Purdue.
Cory, Suzanne S.
9 Glencoe: Girls' Club Employ-
ment Committee 25 Finance Com-
mittee 45 G.A.A. Speedball 1,253,45
Hockey 25 Baseball 35 Basketball 35
Representative 45 300-point Award
35 Numerals 25 Chevron 25 Glee
Club 3,45 Echoes Senior Section
Stall 45 Lens Club 1525 Badminton
Club 2,35 Girls' Career Club 45
Cowan, George W.
9 Wilmette: Football 2,45 Letter 45
IM Basketball 1,2,3,45 Track 3:
Handball 2,35 Soccer 2,35 Wrest-
ling Club 4.
9 Northbrook: Glee Club 35 Opera
Group 45 Spanish Club 45 Evans-
ton High School 1,25 Principia.
9 "Ginny," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Student Council Secretary 45 Study
Hall Supervisor 35
25 War Committee
Relations Committee 25 Girls' Club
Representative 1.35 Finance Com-
mittee 35 Class Secretary 25
G.A.A. Speedball 35 Swimming 3:
300-point Award 35
45 Glee Club 35 Secretary 35
News Feature Staff 35 Service Club
3,45 Girls' Career Club 3.45 North-
Opera Grou p
Cutchaw, Gloria A.
9 Kenilworth: Streator Township
High School 1,2,3.
9 "Dick," Winnetka: Tri-Ship Inter-
scholastic Relations Committee 45
Red Cross Delegate 45 Information
Desk 45 Usher Corps 3,45 Basket-
ball 3.45 Letter 45 IM Basketball 45
School Champ Volleyball 35 Niles
Township High School 1,25 North-
Dahncke, Olive I.
9 "Dink," Wilmette.
Dalstrom, George A.
9Wilmette: IM Baseball 2,35
Actors' Guild 3.
Danner, Earl B.
9 Winnetka: Football 1.2.35 Letter
25 Track I5 Basketball 35 IM
Basketball 152535 Track 25 Hand-
ball 3545 Soccer 152535 Wrestling 45
Baseball 2,35 Volleyball 2.35 Swing
Club 1,25 Army Air Corps.
Dantonet, Mary E.
9"Betty5" Wilmette: Study Hall
Supervisor 3,45 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 15 "Love Rides the Rails"
35 "Lagniappe" 25 French Club
3,45 Dramatics Club 35 Broadcast-
ing Club 35 Actors' Guild 2535
9 Glencoe: G.A.A. Representative 25
Basketball 15 300-point Award 2:
600-point Award 45 Numerals l:
Chevron 25 Spanish Club 2.3.15
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Lake Forest.
Dault, Theresa C.
9Winnetka: Glee Club 35 Latin
Club 15 Winnetka Secretarial Col-
David, Robert G.
9 Winnetka: Study Hall Supervisor
35 Tri-Ship Representative 35 Din-
ner Committee 45 Football
Letter 2545 Basketball 2,3,45 Letter
2,45 Baseball 2,35 Letter 2: IM
Volleyball 25 Champions 35 North-
Davis, Warren T.
9 Northfield: Swimming 1,2535 Let-
ter 2,35 Basketball 45 IM Soccer
1,2,3.45 Basketball 1,25 Football 1,
25 Volleyball 152,35
Glee Club 152.
Day., Beverly W.
45 Honor Group
Supervisor 3,45 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 35 Social Committee 45
Prom Committee 35 Girls' Ofiice
Staff 45 G.A.A. Hockey 25 North-
western Basketball Team 25 Riding
Head Assistant 45 Numerals 25
Chevron 15 300-point Award 35
Echoes Senior Section Staff 35
Spanish Club 2,35 Latin Club 152,35
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Treasurer
25 Study Hall
Day, Nancy A.
9 "Daisy," Glenview: Chess Club 25
Deane, Norma L.
9 "Peggy," Winnetka: Honor Group
45 Girls' Club Social Committee 45
Actors' Guild 45 Make-up Crew 45
Broadcasting Club 45 Barrington
High School 152,35 Mount Holyoke.
DeBerard, Anne C.
9"Debe," Wilmette: Class Secre-
tary 15 G.A.A. Arrangements Com-
mittee 25 Art League 2535 Arizona
deGuerre, Pierre R.
9 "Irish," Wilmette: Door Guard 35
Golf 3,45 Baseball 1,25 IM Golf 35
Band 45 Gavel Club 25 Aeronau-
tics Club 45 Notre Dame.
deiVIand, Ruth A.
9Wilmette: Spanish Club 253,45
Art League 3,45 French Club 45
Girls' Career Club 45 Senn High
School 15 University of Illinois.
9"Pat," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 45 Make-up Crew
1,2,3,4, Science Club 2,3, Arche-
ology Club 1, Girls' Career Club
3, Travel Club 2, Art League 3,
Denson, Deale E.
0 Winnetka: IM Track 1,2, Basket-
ball 1,2, Soccer 2, North Shore
School of Concentration 3.
Dickman, Lesley L.
'Glencoez Girls' Club Financial
Committee 4, Pool Guard 4, Hart
School, Montclair, New .Iersey 1,
Taunton High School, Massachusetts
2, Scarsdale High School, New
York 3, Boulder.
'Wilmette: Hockey 2, Actors'
Guild 2, Art League 2, Grinnell.
Dobbin, Barbara J.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 2:
Actors' Guild 3, Girls' Career Club
3, Sullivan High 1, University of
Dodge, Grace C.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 4,
Honor Group 1,2,3,4, Hockey 2,4,
G.A.A. Official 3, 300-point Award
3, Actors' Guild 2, "Lagniappe" 3,
4, Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Opera
Group 4, "Pinafore" 4, News Staff
2, Girls' Career Club 3,4, Smith.
0Glencoe: Honor Group 1, Tri-
Ship Clubroom Chairman 4, Repre-
sentative 2,3, Committee 3, Base-
ball 1,2,3, Letter 2.3, Basketball
4, IM Soccer 1,2,3,4, Champions
4, Volleyball 1,2,3,4, Basketball
1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Football
1,2,3,4, Gavel Club 1, Boys' Career
Club 3, Navy Air Corps.
Donahue, Louis F.
' Kenilworth: Football l,2,3,4, Let-
ter 2,4, Baseball 2,4, Letter 2, IM
Soccer 1,2, Basketball 1, Volley-
ball 2,3, Handball 3, Track 1,
RiHe Club 1,2, Wrestling Club 4,
Gavel Club 1, Lens Club 2, North-
Doyle, Raymond J.
0 Wilmette: Football 2,3, Track
1,2, IM Golf Champion 3.
Drew, Betty Jane
0 Winnetka: Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 4, Office Staff 3, Actors'
Guild 3, Spanish Club 2,3, Program
Committee 3,4, Commerce Commit-
tee 3: Girls' Career Club 3,4, Serv-
ice Club 3, Gavel Club 1.
Druliner, Jean L.
0 Kenilworth: Student Council De-
fense Committee 4, Girls' Club
Charity Committee 4, Girls' Career
Club 3, White Bear High School
1,2, Carleton. ,
Duncan, Joan E.
" "Duke," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Representative 1,2, Art League 2.3:
Girls' Career Club 3,4, Swing Club
2, Rifle Club 1, Chevy Chase.
0 "Janie," Winnetka: G.A.A. Repre-
1, Glee Club 1,2, News
Recital Group 1,2, Presi-
dent 1, Treasurer 2, Swing Club
l, Service Club 4: Actors' Guild 1,
Frances Shimer College 3, Michi-
Dunlap, Richard J.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 4, Honor
Group 1.2, Information Desk 4,
Usher Corps 4, IM Football 1,2,3,4,
Basketball 2,3, Soccer 1,2, Rifle
Dunne, Maurice F.
0 "Moose," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,4,
Student Council Study Hall Super-
visor 3, Representative 3, Tri-Ship
Class Chairman 2, Dinner Corn-
mittee 3, Class Treasurer 3, Enter-
tainment Committee Head 2, Usher
Corps 3,4, Football 3,4, Letter 3,4,
Basketball 3,4, Letter 3,4, Base-
ball 2, "Love Rides the Rails" 3,
Stage Crew 3, M. I.T.
Earp, John E.
'Winnetka: Student Council De-
fense Department 2,3,4, Baseball
Manager 3, Letter 3, Soccer 4,
Rifle Club 1, Evanston High
9Wilmette: Honor Society 4,
Honor Group 1,2,3, Girls' Club
Financial Committee 3, G.A.A.
Basketball 3, Tennis 2, Volleyball
2, Speedball 1, Publicity Commit-
tee 1, Awards Committee 2, Offi-
cials' Committee 3, Numerals 1,
Chevron 2, 300-point Award 2,
Band 4, Make-up Crew 4, Musi-
cale 4, Bennington.
Ekholm, Arvid F.
0 Winnetka: IM Basketball 4, Soc-
cer 3, Boxing 3, Wrestling 4, Golf
1, Champion 1.
0 Winnetka: Hall Guard 2,3,4, IM
Basketball 1,2, Soccer 3,4, Wrest-
ling 4, Golf 1, Art League 1,4,
Badminton Club 1.
Elling, Shirley A.
'Wilmette: Girls Club Friendly
Committee 4, Glee Club 1,2, French
Club 2, Travel Club 2,3, Service
Club 3, Girls' Career Club 3,4,
Actor's Guild 2, Beloit.
Enerson, Joanne V.
0 Glenview: Honor Group 3, Stu-
dent Council Defense Department 3,
Band 2, Arlington Heights High
School 1, Miami University.
Emmet, Robert L.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 4,
Honor Group 1,2,3, Student Council
Financial Committee 3, Assembly
Department 3, Publicity Committee
4, Service Committee 4, Tri-Ship
Interscholastic Relations Committee
4, "Lagniappe" Production Staff 4,
Usher Corps 4, Actors' Guild 2,3,
Echoes Staff 3, News Staff 3,4,
0 Glencoe: Girls' Club Publicity
Committee 4, G.A.A. Representative
1, Inklings Staff 4, Contributor 4,
Eshbach, Frances E.
0Kenilworth: Honor Society 4,
Honor Group 1,2,3,4, LaCrosse 3,
Speedball 4, G.A.A. Publicity Com-
mittee 3, Speedball Manager 4,
300-point Award 3, 600-point Award
4, 800-point Award 4, "Lagniappe"
3, Glee Club 3,4, Girls' Career
Club 4, Verse Speaking Choir 3,4,
Evans, Helen A.
'Wilmette: T.N.T. 3,4, Honor
Society 4, Honor Group 1,2,3,4,
Student Council Representative 1,3,
Publicity Committee 1, Service
Committee 3, Girls' Club Represen-
tative 3, Secretary 4, Arrangements
Committee 1, Class Secretary 3,
G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Speedball 1, Recrea-
tional Games Class Manager 3,
Numerals 1, Chevron 2, 300-point
Award 3, 600-point Award 4, Pub-
licity Committee 2, "What A Life"
2, News Staff Business Manager 3,
Dramatic Club 2,3,
Evert, Pauline A.
Falk, Richard B.
0 Winnetka: Usher Corps 4, Base-
ball 1, Stamp Club 1, Science Club
2, Spanish Club 3, Northwestern.
Farrall, Margaret L.
'Wilmette: Student Council De-
fense Committee 4, Girls' Club
Financial Committee 2, Opera
Group 4, "Pinafore" 4, Glee Club
1,2,3, News Staff 3,4, Spanish Club
3, Girls' Career Club 3,4, Service
Club 3,4, Actors' Guild 4, De Paul.
Feinberg, Robert H.
0Glencoe: Honor Group 1,2,3,4,
IM Soccer 2, Basketball 2, Cham-
pions 2, Radio Club 2, Science
Club 3, P.A. Corps Award 3,
Feinberg, Ruth A.
0 Glencoe: Archery 2, Speedball 2,
300-point Award 2, Spanish Club
3,4, Girls' Career Club 4.
'Winnetkaz News Staff 2,3, Ink-
lings Staff 2: Gavel Club 1.2.3,
Girls' Career Club 3,4, Service Club
Fillingham, Jack H.
'Winnetkaz Football 4, Letter 4:
IM Wrestling 4.
0 Northfield:Glee Club 2,4-, Sacred
Heart Convent 3.
Fisher, John C.
0 "Jake," Wilmette: Basketball 1,2,
3,4, Letter 3, Baseball 1,2,3,4,
Letter 3, IM Horseshoes 2, Soccer
2,3, Volleyball 3, Basketball 1,2,3,4.
Fisher, June C.
Fitzgerald, Roy H.
0 Winnetka: Swimming 1, Geog-
raphy Club 2, Navy.
Flinn, Ruth E.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 4, Pres-
byterian Hospital School of Nursing,
Foskett, Patricia G.
0 Winnetka: Girls' Club Publicity
Committee 4, Swing Club 2, Span-
ish Club 2, Girls' Career Club 3,4,
Foulke, Elizabeth F.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 4, Honor
Groups 1,2,3,4, Student Council De-
fense Committee 4, Study Hall
Supervisor 3, Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 2, G.A.A. Rhythms Man-
ager 4: News Staff 3, Girls' Career
Club 3,4, Spanish Club 3, Denison.
Fountain, Samuel B.
"'Flash," Glencoe: Usher Corps
3,4, Football 3, Information Desk
4, News Staff 2, Inklings Staff 2,
Fox, Charles H.
0Winnetka: Honor Society 4,
Honor Groups 1,2,3, Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 1, Cheerleader 4, IM
Soccer Champions 2, Basketball 1,
2,3,4, Baseball 2, Tennis 3, Horse-
shoes 3, Ping Pong 2.3, Football
1,2, Volleyball 2,3, "Tovarich" 4,
"Pinafore" 4, Opera Group 3,4,
Glee Club 1, Choir 3,4, News Staff
3,4, Inklings Contributor 1, Span-
ish Club 4, Dramatics Club 4,
Boys' Career Club 3, Rifle Club
1,2,3, Senior Music Club 2.
Fox, John F.
"'Foxie," Winnetka: Information
Desk 3,4, Swimming 1.2,34, Foot-
ball 4, Letter 4, Track 1, Boys'
Career Club 3, Swing Club 3.
Franke, James B.
0 "Jim," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,2, Hall Guard 3,4, Baseball 4,
Letter 4, Cheerleader 3,4, IM Soc-
cer 2,3, Champion 2,3, Track 3,
Echoes Art Staff 3,4, News Art
Staff 2,3,4, Inklings Art Staff 2,3,4,
Aeronautics Club 3, Spanish Club
4, U. S. Army Air Corps.
Full, Jerome K.
'Wilmette: Student Council Fi-
nance Committee 2, Swimming 1,
Basketball 4, IM Basketball 1,
Debate 2, Travel Club 2, Evanston
High School 3.
Fuller, William A.
0Winnetka: Football 1,2, Letter
1.2, IM Basketball 2, Baseball 2,
Campion High School 1,2,3.
Gardiner, Jane I.
0Evanston: G.A.A. Speedball 3,4,
Baseball 2,3, Volleyball 2.3, Hockey
3, 300-point Award 2, Numerals 2,
Chevron 2, 600-point Award 3,
Glee Club 2.3.4, News Staff 1,
French Club 2,3, Service Club 3,4,
Girls' Career Club 3,4, Quill Club
Garrett, John N.
0 Winnetka: Swimming 1,2,3.4, Let-
ter 3,4, Swimming Guard 3,4, IM
Swimming Relay 2, Champion 2,
Rifle Club 1,2.
Gassman, Marilyn B.
'Wilmette: G.A.A. Tennis 2.
0 Winnetka. ,
'Wilmette: Mallinchrodt High
Gehlert, Fred A.
0 Winnetka: Information Desk 4,
IM Soccer 4, Football 4, Baseball
4, Gavel Club 1, Latin Club 1,
Camouflage Club 3, Northwestern.
9 Wilmette: Peterborough Collegiate
Institute 1,23 Army Air Corps.
0 'fPat," Winnetka: Glee Club 3,43
Service Club 43 Kemper Hall 1.
Gershman, David C.
0 'fDave," Winnetka: Honor Group
1,23 Tri-Ship Student Aid Commit-
tee 33 'iLagniappe" Committee 33
Track l,2,33 Letter 1,23 IM Man-
ager Table Tennis 33 Glee Club
1,23 Choir 33 News Editor 1,23 As-
sociate Editor l,23 RiHe Club 23
Chess Club 23 Columbia.
Giddes, Gloria A.
0Kenilworth: Honor Society 4g
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Girls' Club
Representative 23 Student Council
Study Hall Supervisor l3 Regis-
trar's Office Staff 43 G.A.A. l,2,3,43
Representative 13 Speedball 1,23
Hockey 33 Ofhcial 3,43 Illinois
Speedball Team 43 Official Commit-
tee 43 300-point Award 3: 600-point
Award 43 Numerals lg Chevron 33
Officials Badge 33 Make-up Crew
3,43 Glee Club 2,33 Echoes Staff 43
News Staff 43 Spanish Club 3,43
Swing Club 13 Broadcasting Club
23 Service Club 3,43 Actors' Guild
33 Girls' Career Club 43 Connecti-
Gillengerten, Robert J.
0 Wilmette: Baseball 1,23 IM Soc-
cer 13 Golf 23 Table Tennis 43
Wrestling 43 Volleyball 23 Aero-
nautical Club l,2,33 Northwestern.
Gockel, Eunice M.
0 Wilmette: Musicale 3,4.
Goldberg, Edith D.
' Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group l,2,3,43 G.A.A. Service Com-
mittee 43 "George and Margaret"
43 "Lagniappe" 43 Actors' Guild
43 Service Club 43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Spanish Club 43 Dramatic
Club 43 Hyde Park High School 23
Goldblatt, Mavis L.
0 Wilmette: Girls' Club Charity
Committee 43 Spanish Club 3,43
Goldblatt, Salli J.
'Winnetka: Musicale Club 33
Journalism Club 13 Junior Music
Club 13 Spanish Club 33 Illinois.
Goldstein, Irene -
'Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Rifle Club
'Kenilworthz Honor Group 1,23
Student Council War Department
33 Orchestra 33 Inklings Staff 33
Actors' Guild 1,2,33 Musicale 13
Junior Music Club lg Northwestern.
Gordon, Marjorie L.
' Winnetka: Registrar Ofice StaE
43 Glee Club l,2,33 Service Club 43
Rifle Club 23 Carleton.
Gordon, William A.
' "Red," Wilmette: Honor Group
3,43 Student Council War Depart-
ment 33 Tri-Ship Club Room Com-
mittee 43 Interscholastic Relations
Committee 43 Prom Committee 33
Information Desk 43 Usher Corps 43
Basketball 3,43 Football 23 Baseball
2,33 Track 2,43 Letter 23 Golf 33
IM Football 2,33 Basketball 2,43
Soccer 233,43 Tennis 33 Track 33
Volleyball 2,33 g'Lagniappe" 43 News
Staff 2,33 Inklings Contributor 33
Lens Club 3,43 Swing Club 23 Boys'
Career Club 33 Rifle Club 23
Camouflage Club 33 Ramsey High
School 13 Northwestern.
Gorey, Thomas C.
Gott, Laura J.
0 'iLaurie," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,43
Secretary-Treasurer 43 Honor Group
1,33 Student Council Representative
33 Publicity Committee 33 Study
Hall Supervisor 43 Girls' Club Em-
ployment Head 43 G.A.A. Hockey
Team 2,3,43 Volleyball 2,33 Basket-
ball 33 Lacrosse l,2,33 Head 33
Arrangements 2g 300-point Award
23 600-point Award 33 Northwestern
Basketball 23 Northwestern Hockey
43 i'Our Town" 3g "Letters to
Lucerne" 33 "Yeomen of the Guard"
33 "Pinafore" 43 Opera Group 3,43
Glee Club 23 Choir 4g Echoes Staff
33 Alice Deal Junior High School
Grant, Barbara H.
9 Glencoe: Study Hall Supervisor
1,33 Orchestra l,2,3,43 "Gondoliers"
lg 'iYeomen of the Guard" 33
g'Iolanthe" 23 "H.M.S. Pi1'1afore" 43
Senior Music Club 2,3,43 Junior
Music Club lg French Club 23
0 Winnetka: Track 2,33 Letter 23
IM Track lg Champion lg Drop-
kick Champion 2g Northwestern.
Gregory, Douglas P.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 3g Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
3,43 Representative 43 Study Hall
Committee 33 Tri-Ship Student Aid
Committee 33 Usher Corps 43 Swim-
ming 2,3,43 Letter 2.3,43 IM Tennis
lg Soccer 1,23 Volleyball 13 Touch
Football 1,33 Baseball 1,2,3,43
Grenning, Robert H.
0 Glenview: Tri-Ship Service Regis-
ter Committee 3,43 IM Basketball
4: Track 43 Soccer 43 Wrestling 43
Aeronautics! Club 43 Committee
' Wilmette: Honor Group 33 G.A.A.
43 300-point Award 43 "Pinafore"
43 Opera Group 43 Glee Club 2,32
Verse Speaking Choir 3g News Re-
porter 3,43 Junior Music Club 1,22
Senior Music Club 3,43 French Club
2,33 Girls' Career Club 3,43 Actors'
Guild l,2,3,43 Library Assistant 43
Griselle, Sherman W.
'Wilmette: Central Y.M.C.A. 13
St. Bede 2,3.
Groves, Everett C.
'Wilmette: IM Basketball 1,2,3,43
dc tial 't 'e
Champions 23 Track 43 Glee Club
2,33 Aeronautics Club 4.
Gruhn, Georgine M.
0 "George," Wilmette: Girls' Office
Staff 43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Decoration
Committee 43 300-point Award 23
Chevron 23 Glee Club 2,33 Junior
Music Club 23 Senior Music Club
3,43 Opera Group 43 News Typing
Staff 33 Spanish Club 43 Girls'
Career Club 43 Carleton.
Hagan, James A.
0 Kenilworth: Stamp Club lg Radio
Club 2,3,43 N. I. T.
Hahn, Richard F.
'Wilmette: Sutdent Council De-
fense Cornrnittee 43 Basketball 1,23
IM Soccer 1,2,3,43 Champion 33
Basketball 3,43 Aeronautics Club
3,43 Visual Education Squad 33
St. Francis High School lg Notre
Hahneman, Betty M.
'Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Groups l,2,3,43 Of-
fice Assistant 2g Girls' Club Maga-
zine Committee 33 News Staff 23
Copy Desk Staff 23 Editor 33 Edi-
tor-in-chief 43 Musicale 23 French
Club 23 University of Michigan.
' Glencoe: "Yeomen of the Guard"
33 HIolanthe" 23 "Gondoliers" li
"H.M.S. Pinafore" 43 Orchestra l,2,
3,43 Junior Music Club 13 Senior
Music Club 2,3,43 German Club 2.
Hale, Lois M.
0 6'Loie," Wilmette: Student Coun-
cil Representative 1,43 Publicity
Committee lg Social Committee 2,3,
43 G.A.A. Swimming 1,2,33 Secre-
tary 2g Treasurer 33 Arrangements
Committee 13 Chevron lg Numerals
13 "Love Rides the Rails" 33
"H.M.S. Pinafore" 43 HYeomen of
the Guard" 33 Opera Group 33
Glee Club 1,23 Dramatic Club 3,43
Girls' Career Club 3g Northwestern.
Haley, Charles D.
0 Wilmette: Swimming 1,23 Basket-
ball 3,43 Letter 33 IM Basketball
Champions 43 Volleyball Champions
l,3,43 Horseshoe Champions l,2,3,
43 Glee Club 1,23 Stamp Club 1,
2,33 Geography Club 2,33 Navy V-5.
Hall, Margery J.
"'Midge," Wilmette: Student
Council Study Hall Supervisor 43
Study Hall Committee 33 Girls' Club
Representative lg Finance Commit-
tee 23 Charity Committtee 43 Girls'
Office Staff 3,43 G.A.A. l,2,33
Numerals 23 300-point Award 33
Volleyball 23 Speedball 13 "Lag-
niappe" Committee 2,3,43 Glee Club
23 Opera Group 3,43 '4Yeomen of
the Guard" 33 "H.M.S. Pinafore"
43 Choir 43 Girls' Career Club 43
Halpin, Thomas P.
0 Glencoe: Honor Group 43 IM Soc-
cer 3,43 Volleyball 1.33 Baseball lg
Touch Football lg Rifle Club 1,23
Chess Club 3,43 Aeronautics Club
06'Dodie," Wilmette: Glee Club
l.2,43 Actors' Guild 2,33 Spanish
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 23 Stu-
dent Council Defense Committee 33
"Lagniappe" 3,43 "Our Town" 33
'iIolanthe" 23 i'Yeomen of the
Guard" 3g "Pinafore" 43 Choir 3,43
Ensemble 3,43 Senior Music Club
3,43 Girls' Career Club 33 Dra-
matic Club 3.
0 Winnetka: Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 43 Girls' Club Rep-
resentative 23 Echoes Senior Section
Staff 43 G.A.A. 33 Glee Club 23
Opera Group 3,43 Swing Club 23
Aeronautics Club lg Spanish Club
43 Secretary 43 Archeology Club 13
Gavel Club I3 Girls' Career Club
Hammond, Robert H.
0 Wilmette: Swimming 23 Letter 2g
Football 33 Track 33 IM Soccer
2,33 Handball 13 Volleyball 13
Swimming 2,33 Track lg Band
Hamza, Frank G.
Hansen, Gloria V.
9 Winnetka: Girls' Career Club 3,43
Peterson, Von Steuben, North Park
Harbin, Marilyn R.
0 "Lynn," Winnetka: "Pinafore" 43
Spanish Club 33 Girls' Career Club
3,43 Glee Club 33 Opera Group 43
Roosevelt High School, Minneapolis
Harper, Peter G.
'Winnetka: Honor Group 13 IM
Swimming 2,33 Glee Club 2,33 Choir
3g Rifle Club lg Swing Club 1.
Harris, Elihu M.
0 Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Groups l,2,3,43 Swimming 2,3,4Q
Letter 2,3,43 IM Soccer l,2,3,43
Hartnett, Gene 0.
'Wilmette: Honor Group 43 Tri-
Ship Representative lg Baseball 4g
IM Basketball 1,2,3,43 Soccer l,2,
3,43 Handball 23 Latin Club 1,23
0 Wilmette: Study Hall Supervisor
43 Tri-Ship Representative 43 Foot-
ball 1,2,3,43 Letter 1,2,3,43 All.
Suburban 3,43 All-State 3,43 Base-
ball l,2,3,43 Letter 1,2,3,43 Basket-
ball 23 Letter 23 Track 2,3,43 Let.
ter 2,3,43 IM School Champion Shot-
DUI 23 'iLagniappe" 43 Swing Club
1,23 Notre Dame.
Haskell, Carol J.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group l,2,33
Girls' Club Representative 43 Glee
Club 1,2,33 Spanish Club 3,43 Serv-
ice Club 3,43 Girls' Career Club 43
5 Wilmette: Speedball lg Glee Club
1,23 Spanish Club 23 Latin Club 1.
Hatowski, Ann D.
' Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Groups l,2,3,43 Broadcasting
Club 2,33 French Club 1,22 Camou.
flage Club 23 Recital Group lg
Junior Music Club 23 Senior Music
Club 33 Mount Holyoke.
' "Beeb," Glenview: G.A.A. Volley-
ball 33 Basketball 23 Archery 33
Manager 33 Decorations Committee
39 Archeology Club 13 Chess Club
23 Spanish Club 3.
Hayes, Glenn G.
Hayes, James A.
9 Wilmette: Library Monitor 35
Chess Club 25 Franklin Township
High School 15 Army Air Corps.
Hefferan, Marie C.
0 Wilmette: "Our Town" 35 "Lag-
niappe" 35 "Iolanthe" 25 "Tovar-
ich" 45 "Yeomen of the Guard" 35
Opera Group 2,3,45 Glee Club 1,25
Choir 2,3,45 Ensemble 2,3,45 Dra-
matic Club 3,45 Broadcasting Club
3,45 Senior Music Club 2,3,45
Journalism Club 15 Wellesley.
Heiser, Marilou J.
9Kenilworth: Honor Groups 2,35
Study Hall Supervisor 45 Girls' Club
Representative 15 Girls' Office Staff
3,45 Prom Committee 35 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Speedball 35 Hockey 35
Official 3,45 Oflicial Badge 45
Chevron 35 Glee Club 2,35 Secre-
tary 25 News Staff 45 Echoes Senior
Section Staff 45 Broadcasting Club
2,35 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Service
Club 3,45 Journalism Club 15 Quill
Club 25 Make-up Crew 3,45 Skid-
9Wilmette: Honor Group 15 IM
Basketball 2,35 Champion 35 Track
2,35 Soccer 2,35 Aeronautics Club
9Wilmette: Honor Groups 1,3,45
Glee Club 2.
9 "Patty," Wilmette: Spanish Club
35 Girls' Career Club 35 Stephens.
Hill, Charles I.
9Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,35 Student
Council Study Hall Supervisor 45
Publicity Committee 25 Tri Ship
Class Chairman 15 Dance Commit-
tee 1,2,3,45 Chairman 45 Infor-
mation Desk 45 Usher Corps
3,45 Football 1,2,45 Letter 45 Swim-
ming 1,2,3,45 Letter 1,25 IM Soccer
1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,3,45 "Our
Town" 35 "Lagniappe" 4: Opera
Group 3,45 Glee Club 1.25 Lens
Club 25 Treasurer 25 Annapolis.
Hinkley, Ellen D.
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 45 Honor
Groups 1,2,3,45 Girls' Club Charity
Committee 35 Glee Club 2.3: Recital
Group 1,2,35 Secretary 15 President
25 Musicale 15 French Club 25
National College of Education.
Hinners, Barbara A.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 35 Girls'
Club Representative 25 Friendly
Committee 15 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Speed-
ball 1,35 Hockey 2,45 Volleyball
1,25 Basketball 1,2,35 Baseball 1,2,35
Lacrosse 15 Square Dancing Head
35 300-point Award 15 600-point
Award 25 800-point Award 35
Numerals 15 Social Committee 15
Glee Club 1,25 Choir 35 Opera
Group 35 "Yeomen of the Guard"
35 Ensemble 45 Junior Music Club
35 Senior Music Club 45 Girls'
Career Club 35 Skidmore.
Hoesch, Audrey F.
9 "Audie," Wilmette: Student Coun-
cil Study Hall Supervisor 45 Girls'
Club Representative 3: Friendly
Committee 45 Office Staff 3,45 Glee
Club 188.8.131.52 "Lagniappe" 45 Com-
merce Club 25 Girls' Career Club 4.
Hoffman, Douglas J.
9 Wilmette: Basketball 25 IM
Basketball 35 Handball 25 Glee
Club 35 Boys' Career Club 3.
Hoffman, Lucille C.
9 Wilmette: Commerce Club 1,2.
Hohfeler, Richard A.
9 Glencoe: Honor Groups 1,25 IM
Soccer 2,45 Water Rugby 35 Ger-
man Club 3,45 Science Club 35
Scarsdale High School I5 M.I.T.
Hohlfelder, Edwin C.
9Glencoe: Information Desk 1,25
Door Guard 1,2,35 Baseball 1,2545
Football Manager 1,25 IM Soccer
3,45 Basketball 3,45 Football 3,4'
Volleyball 35 Table Tennis 45 Gol
3,45 Northwestern. i
Hohlfelder, Ronald J.
9 Glencoe: IM Golf 1,2,3,45 Coast
Holland, Sara L.
9 Glencoe: T.N.T. 45 Student Coun-
cil Representative 45 War Depart-
ment 45 Study Hall Supervisor 35
Girls' Club Employment Committee
35 Finance Head 45 G.A.A. Hockey
2,3,45 Manager 35 Baseball 35
Illinois Hockey 45 Illinois Basket-
ball 25 Award Committee 35 Numer-
als 25 Chevron 35 300-point Award
35 Glee Club 35 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Secretary 35 Gardiner High 15
Hollister, Richard L.
9 "Sandy," Winnetka.
Holmes, John S.
9Kenilworth: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Student Coun-
cil Social Department 35 Tri-Ship
Service Register Committee 3,45
Representative 35 Usher Corps 45
"What a Life" 25 "Love Rides the
Rails" 35 "George and Margaret" 45
Art League 1,25 Co-President 3,45
Actors' Guild 2,35 President 35
Holway, Richard S.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 15 Tri-
Ship Representative 45 IM Soccer
2,3,45 Champions 45 Basketball 45
Baseball 15 Football 15 Volleyball35
"Daddy Long Legs" 15 "Our Town"
35 Dramatic Club 1,2,3,45 Dart-
Hoth, Jayne N.
9 "Jay," Wilmette: Honor Group 25
Glee Club 2,35 Girls' Career Club
35 Gregg Business College.
Howell, Richard E.
9 Wilmette: Tri-Ship Vice-President
45 Representative 3,45 Student
Council Representative 15 Swimming
1,2,3,45 Letter l,2,3,4.
Hoyt, Thomas D.
9 Northfield. Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 45 Usher Corps 45
Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 25 Foot-
ball 2,45 IM Wrestling 45 Basket-
ball 1,3,45 "Lagniappe" 45 Actors'
Guild 1,25 Band 15 News Staff 15
Swing Club 25 Dramatic Club 25
Harris School 35 University of
9 "Liz," Winnetka: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 152.45 G.A.A. 2,3,45
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Science
Club 45 French Club 25 Sweet
9 Wilmette: J. V. Basketball 35
Football 45 Letter 45 Soccer 3,45
Volleyball 3,45 Basketball 45 Loyola
1,25 Notre Dame.
Jackson, Mary E.
9 "Liz," Winnetka: G.A.A. Chevron
15 Southern Seminary 25 Penn Hall
35 Southern Seminary.
James, Betty Jean
9Winnetka: Honor Group 1,3,45
Student Council Defense Commit-
tee 25 Girls' Club Publicity Com-
mittee 25 G.A.A. LaCrosse 15 Chev-
ron 25 Numerals 25 300-point Award
35 Girls' Career Club 3,45 St.
Jarvis, George R.
9Winnetka: IM Track 25 Cham-
pions 25 Soccer 3,45 Glee Club
15 "Pinafore" 45 Opera Group 3,45
Choir 3,45 Navy.
Jeffery, Marion M.
9 "Jeff," Wilmette: Service Club 45
Spanish Club 35 Girls' Career Club
35 North Park Academy 15 Beloit.
Jeffords, Erskine N., Jr.
9 Wilmette: N.T.S.S. 35 IM Basket-
ball 1,3,45 Soccer 1,3,45 Track 1,3,45
Jensen, Barbara A.
9 Winnetka: G.A.A. Speedball 45
News Staff 3,45 Badminton Club 25
Art League 2,3,45 Rockford.
Jester, Oden C.
9Wilmette: Student Council As-
sembly Committee 25 Football
l,2,3,45 Track 45 Letter 45 IM
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Rifle Club 15
Boys' Career Club 35 Purdue.
Johnson, Joan H.
9Wilmettc: T.N.T. 3,45 Honor
Group 15 Student Council Represen-
tative 1,25 Publicity Committee 15
Girls' Club Vice-President 45 So-
cial Committee 25 Service Commit-
tee 35 Representative 15 Class Vice-
President 15 Prom Decorating
Committee Head 35 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45
"What a Life" 25 "Our Town"
35 "Lagniappe" 2,3,45 Swing Club
25 Spanish Club 35 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Northwestern.
Johnson, Shirley C..
9 Wilmette: Oflice Staff 3,45 Orches-
tra 1,25 Glee Club 1,2,3,45 Rifle
Club 15 Service Club 35 Make-up
Crew 35 Wesley Memorial Hospital.
Jones, Paul C.
9Glenview: J. V. Football 35
Basketball 35 Band 1,2,35 Aero-
nautics Club 35 Iowa Wesleyan.
Journeay, Albert G.
9 Winnetka: IM Soccer 1,2,35 Base-
ball 45 Ping Pong 1,2,3,45 Basket-
ball 45 Volleyball 25 Debate Team
45 Badminton Club 25 Rifle Club 2.
.Iupp, Harry M.
9Winnetka: Basketball 15 IM
Basketball 1,2,35 Champions 25
Football 25 Soccer 25 Volleyball
1,2,3,45 Swimming 25 Badminton
Kadyk, David J.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council Representative 45
Study Hall Committee 45 Tri-Ship
Representative 45 Inter-Scholastic
Relations Committee 45 Usher Corps
3,45 Swimming 3,45 Letter 3,45
Baseball 2,3,45 Letter 2,3,45 Table
Tennis Champion 35 Glee Club 2,35
Rifle Club 2,35 North Shore Coun-
try Day School 15 Colgate.
Kahler, Hugh M.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,45 Light
Crew Head 2,35 Stage Crew 35
"Iolanthe" 25 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 Orchestra 1,25 Choir 35
Senior Music Club 2,35 Door Guard
Kaufman, Barbara J.
9Glencoe: G.A.A. 2,3,45 Spanish
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 25 Tri-
Ship Representative 35 Football 2,35
Letter 35 IM Basketball 2,35 Soccer
25 Spanish Club 25 Harris School
15 M. I. T.
9Winnetka: IM Soccer 45 Cham-
pions 45 Western Military Academy
Keith, Mary P.
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Social Com-
mittee 45 Rhythms 2,3,45 "Lag-
niappe" 3,45 Glee Club 35 North-
Keller, John D.
9 Winnetka: Traffic Squad 45 Swim-
ming Team 15 IM Volleyball 1,25
Baseball 1,2,35 Rifie Club 15 Ari-
9 "Tom," Glencoe: IM Football 15
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Soccer 2,3,45
Basketball 2,3,45 Champions 45
Latin Club 1,25 Boys' Career Club
35 Broadcasting Club 4.
Kendall, Mary E.
9 "Kenny," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Arrangements Committee 35 Span-
ish Club 2,35 Science Club 1,3,45
Art League 1,2,3,45 Girls' Career
9 Winnetka: Rhythms 35 Swing
Club 25 Colorado College.
Kirkham, Neal P.
9 Winnetka: Swimming 3,45 Aero-
nautics Club 3,45 Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology.
Kirscht, LaVerne S.
Kirtley, Muriel A.
9 "Kirt," Wilmette: Honor Society
45 Honor Groups 1,2,3,45 Student
Council War Department 35 Girls'
Club Representative 45 Arrange-
ments Committee 45 Tennis Man-
ager I5 Tennis Tournament Winner
1,23 G.A.A. Representative 4g Glee
Club 2,33 News Staff 33 Latin Club
1? Spanish Club 3,43 Girls' Career
Club 3,43 Carleton.
Klauke, Walter H.
0Winnetka: IM Soccer 1,23 Rifle
Club 13 Aeronautics Club 33 North-
Klee, Joseph H.
0Winnetka: Band 43 News Staff-
Inquiring Reporter 43 Broadcasting
Club 43 Musicale 43 Todd School,
Woodstock 1,2,33 Lawrence.
Kleeburg, Richard G.
0 Wilmette: IM Basketball 23 Soc-
cer 23 Lake Forest 13 Culver North-
Klein, Helen L.
Kloepfer, David J.
0 Northfield: Student Council Serv-
ice Committee 23 Information Desk
33 .l. V. Football 43 IM Basketball
lg Soccer 23 Traffic Squad 2g
"American Way" 13 News Staff
1,23 Sports Club 1,23 Dramatics
Club 1,2,3Q Publicity 23 Notre Dame.
0Winnetka: Student Council War
Department 33 Study Hall Super-
visor 1,43 G.A.A. 2,3,43 Social
Committee 43 Echoes Senior Sec-
tion 43 Girls' Career Club 3,43
Service Club 43 Swing Club 1,22
Oak Park High School 13 Mills.
Kolflat, Tor D.
0 Wilmette: Football 1,2,3,43 Let-
ter 2,43 Basketball 33 IM Touch
Football 1,23 Basketball l,2,43 Soc-
cer 1,33 Baseball 13 Volleyball 23
Ping-pong 4g Handball 33 Band lg
Koll, Helen E.
0 Wilmette: Girls' Club Representa-
Kolstad, Frances A.
0 Wilmette: Girls' Career Club 33
Swing Club 13 Art League 2,33
RiHe Club 1.
Kossow, Rose Marie
Kreger, Barbara Jean
0 "Sis," Winnetka: Honor Group 33
Study Hall Supervisor 33 G.A.A.
Swimming lg "Love Rides the Rails"
3g "Yeomen of the Guard" 33 "Pina-
fore" 43 Opera Group 3,43 Glee
Club 1,23 Choir 43 Rifle Club 13
Broadcasting Club 2,3,43 Dramatic
Club 3,43 Spanish Club 33 Girls'
Career Club 3,43 De Pauw.
Krensky, Elaine G.
0 Glencoe: Girls' Club Publicity
Committee 43 G.A.A. 3,43 Archery
33 Numerals 43 Publicity Commit-
tee 43 Girls' Career Club 3,43 Musi-
cale 2,3,43 University of Colorado.
Kriloff, Donald M.
'Glencoez Broadcasting Club 43
Senn High School 1,23 Riverside
Military Academy 3.
Kritzer, Henry I
9 "Hank," Glencoe: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,23 Study Hall
Supervisor 1,43 Tri-Ship Repre-
sentative lg Usher Corps 43 Base-
ball 13 Basketball 13 Football
1,2,3,43 Captain 43 IM Basketball
1,2,3,43 Volleyball 1,2,3,43 "Lag-
niappe" 43 German Club 3,43 Cor-
Kuh, Fredick W.
' Glencoe: IM Soccer 3,43 Basket-
ball Champions 43 Actors' Guild 1,23
Debate Team 1,2,3,43 Geography
Club 2,33 President 33 Gavel Club
1,23 President 23 Musicale 1,2,3,4.
'Glencoe: Information Desk 33
IM Soccer Champions 23 Radio
Club 43 RiHe Club 2.
Kurschner, Marilyn O.
0 Glencoe: Northwestern Speedball
Team 13 News Feature Staff 2,33
Gavel Club 1,2,33 Girls' Career
Club 3,43 Quill Club 13 Spanish
Club 43 Illinois.
LaFave, Victor E.
'Wilmette: IM Soccer Champions
23 Baseball 3,43 Band 23 Rifle
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 3,43 French Club 3,43
Girls' Career Club 33 Evanston High
School 1,23 Carleton.
Lammers, John W.
' Wilmette: IM Basketball 2,33
Soccer 2,3,43 Wrestling 43 Boys'
Career Club 33 Latin Club 13 Army
Lanham, John L.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Football
1,2,33 Rifle Club 13 Northwestern.
Lapat, Helen P.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,33 Student Council
Social Committee 33 Study Hall
Supervisor 33 Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 2,43 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43
Golf 33 LaCrosse 33 Girls' Guard
3,43 Social Committee 23 Publicity
Committee 33 300-point Award 23
600-point Award 33 Chevron 13
Numerals 33 Victory Corps 33
"Daddy Long Legs" 13 "What a
Life" lg "Admirable Crichton" 23
"Letters to Lucerne" 33 Opera
Group 33 Choir 43 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 33 Echoes Staff 3g Junior
Music Club 1,23 Secretary 23 Senior
Music Club 3,43 Broadcasting Club
2,3,43 Secretary 33 Players' Cer-
tificate for Dramatics 33 Dramatic
Club 1,2,3,43 Carleton.
0 "Pat," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 2,3,43 G.A.A. 43
Numerals 43 Speedball 3,43 Art
League 3,43 Beloit.
'Kenilworthz Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 1,33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43
Speedball 33 Hockey 43 Golf Head
43 Social Committee 23 300-point
Award 43 Actors' Guild 33 Glee
Club 33 Opera Group 43 Girls'
Career Club 3,43 Service Club 3,43
Swing Club 33 Spanish Club 33
Actors' Guild 23 "Lagniappe" 4.
0 Wilmette: Rifle Club 3.
Leal, Kenneth C.
'Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 IM Soccer
33 "Daddy Longlegs" lg Dramatic
Lederer, Fred E.
' Chicago: Football 2g IM Volley-
ball 13 Basketball 33 Baseball 13
Soccer Champion 23 Actors' Guild
1,23 "Lagniappe" 2,33 Debate Team
13 Broadcasting Club 2,3,43 Span-
ish Club 3,43 Gavel Club 1,2,33
Lederle, Frank A., Jr.
' Wilmette: Football 3,43 IM Vol-
leyball 2,33 Soccer 33 Handball 23
Swimming 23 Camouflage Club 33
Visual Education Club 3: Aero-
nautics Club 43 Rifle Club 1,23
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,43 Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
43 Finance Committee 13 War Com-
mittee 2,33 Tri-Ship Committee 4g
Usher Corps 43 Football 1,43 Base-
ball 43 Basketball Manager 3,43
Letter 33 IM Basketball Champions
if Boys' Career Club 3,43 Navy
'Winnetka: Honor Group 1,2,33
G.A.A. 1,2,33 Glee Club 2,33 News
Staff 1,2,33 Lens Club 1,23 Spanish
Club 2,3,43 Latin Club 23 Girls'
Career Club 3,43 Musicale 33 Bad-
minton Club 23 Pembroke.
Lersch, Paul N., Jr.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 23 Foot-
ball Manager 1,23 Track 43 IM
Soccer 43 Volleyball 43 Table Ten-
nis 43 Actors' Guild 23 "Pinafore"
43 Orchestra 1,2,4.
Leekley, Philip A.
'Wilmette: T.N.T. Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,33 Student
Council Assembly Committee 3g
Publicity Committee Head 43 Usher
Corps 3,43 "Lagniappe" Board 43
IM Class Champion Tennis 33
"What a Life" 23 "Our Town" 33
News Staff 1,3,43 Advertising Man-
ager 3,43 Boys' Career Club 33 Dra-
matic Club 2,3,43 Dramatic Club
Board 43 Actors' Guild 2,33 North-
Levernier, lllary Louise
Levy, Arthur K.
0 "Porky," Glencoe: Study Hall
Supervisor 43 Tri-Ship Representa-
tive 43 Usher Corps 43 Information
Desk 43 Football 1,2,3,43 Baseball
2,43 Swimming 13 IM Baseball 2,43
Volleyball 13 Basketball 1,2,33
Actors' Guild 13 "Lagniappe" 43
Spanish Club 33 Colorado.
Lewis, John D.
9",lack," Glencoe: IM Tennis 23
Soccer 43 Basketball 43 Glee Club
1: "Yeomen of the Guard" 23
"Pinafore" 43 Musicale l,2,43 Cor-
0 Wilmette: "American Way" 13
Glee Club 1,33 Commerce Club 2.
Lidecker, Robert N.
0 "Bob," Kenilworth: Honor Group
1,2,33 Tri-Ship Student Aid Com-
mittee 43 Representative 1: Infor-
mation Desk 43 Usher Corps 3,43
Track 33 IM Baseball 13 Soccer
2,3,43 Football 1,23 Basketball
1,2,3,43 News Staff 33 Spanish
Lindsay, Joan D.
' Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Class Vice-
President 43 Honor Group 1,23
Study Hall Supervisor 3: Student
Council Study Hall Committee 3g
Assembly Committee 43 Representa-
tive 43 G.A.A. 300-point Award 43
Speedball 1,2,33 Numerals 13 Chev-
ron 13 Glee Club 33 Echoes Staff
43 News Staff 2,33 Spanish Club
2,33 Girls' Career Club 33 Service
Club 33 Vice-President 33 Michigan.
Lipman, Marc A.
0 Wilmette: Tri-Ship Representative
23 Swimming 13 IM Soccer 2,3343
Champions 2,43 Basketball 1,2,3,43
Baseball 1,23 Handball 1,2,43
Wrestling 43 Aeronautics Club 43
Camouflage Club 3.
Lipsch, Leota N.
0 Wilmette: Stephens.
Little, Robert J.
' "Lost," Wilmette: Information
Desk 43 Basketball 43 Letter 43
Forensic League 13 Gavel Club 13
'Glencoez Honor Group 33 Stu-
dent Council Building and Grounds
Committee 23 Defense Department
43 G.A.A. Swimming 13 Pool
Guard 3,43 Swimming Assist-
ants 33 Swimming Pageant 23
Representative 1,33 Numerals 33
Echoes Staff 23 News Staff 2,33
Inklings Staff 23 Nusicale 1,2,33
Latin Club 1,23 Badminton Club
1,23 Rifle Club 1,23 Girls' Career
Club 3,43 Radio Club 23 Stanford.
Logsdon, Joan N.
U Wilmette: Honor Group 43 "Lag-
niappe" 33 "Our Town" 33 "What
a Life" 23 "Tovarich" 43 Dramatic
Club 2,3,43 Board 43 Girls' Career
Club 33 Verse Speaking Choir 3,43
Broadcasting Club 4g Rosemount.
Lohmann, Raymond L.
0 Glenview: Honor Group 1,43
N.T.S.S. 13 IM Basketball Manager
23 Basketball 1,2,43 Soccer 1,23
Football 23 Track 3,43 Aeronautics
Club 43 Illinois.
Lord, Dorothy M.
0 "Dottie," Wilmette: "Pinafore"43
Opera Group 43 Choir 43 News
Staff 43 Senior Music Club 43
Broadcasting Club 43 Glenbard
Township High School 1,2,33 North-
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 1,23
Usher Corps 43 Traihc Squad 3,43
IM Track 33 Basketball 2,33 Soccer
13 Football 33 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 33 Opera Group 33 Glee
Club 23 Rifle Club 1,2.
Lucas, Herbert L.
0"Bill," Winnetka: Honor Group
1,33 Tri-Ship Representative 43
Baseball 2,3,43 IM Baseball 13 Soc-
cer 2,3,4: Basketball 1,2,3.43 Foot-
ball 13 Volleyball 1,33 Glee Club
1,2,33 Aeronautics Club 43 Rifle
Club 13 Camouflage Club 3.
'Wilmette: Tri-Ship Representa-
tive 35 Dinner Committee 45 Track
l,2,3,45 Letter 2,45 Football 2.45
Letter 45 l.V. Football 35 IM
Basketball 35 Track 35 Champion
35 Band l,2.
' "Bob," Winnetka: Football 1,233
Basketball 35 Baseball l5 IM
Basketball l,2,3,45 Champions 15
Soccer 1,2,35 Baseball 15 Track 4:
Band 1,25 Spanish Club 2,35 Army
Ludgin, Earle L.
'Winnetkaz Honor Group 25 IM
Soccer l,2,3,45 Inklings Staff 25
Musicale 3,45 President 45 Science
Club 45 Latin Club 1,25 University
Lundberg, Lucy G.
0Winnetka: "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 Opera Group 35 Glee
Club 1,25 Latin Club 15 French
Lundquist, Peter P.
0 "Pete," Glencoe: Honor Group 35
IM Basketball 45 Soccer 2,3,45
Champions 2,35 Track 35 Chess
Club 3,45 Thornton Township High
School 15 Northwestern.
0 "Don," Wilmette: Football 45
Letter 45 IM Basketball Champions
35 Glee Club 1,25 Band 1,25 Debate
Team 1,25 Forensic League 15
Gavel Club 1,2.
9Winnetka: Trip-Ship Club Room
Committee 45 Information Desk 45
Usher Corps 45 Track 45 Basketball
3,45 IM Soccer 35 Track Relays
35 Volleyball 25 Champions 35
Football Run 45 Radio Club 1,2,35
Public Address Corp 1,2,35 North-
0 "Bingo," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Girls' Club Representative 35 G.A.A.
Speedball 15 Hockey 2,3,45 Volley-
ball 1,2,3,45 Basketball l,2,3,45 Base-
ball 1,2.35 Lacrosse 25 Illinois
Basketball 2,35 Illinois Hockey 45
Illinois Speedball 15 President 45
IM Sports Chairman 35 Social Com-
mittee 25 300-point Award 15 600-
point Award 25 800-point Award 2.
Mack, John P.
0Glencoe: Study Hall Supervisor
3,45 Tri-Ship Club Room Committee
25 Interscholastic Relations Com-
mittee 35 Student Aid Committee
45 Usher Corps 3,45 Swimming
l,2,3,45 Letter 3,45 Golf 3,45 Base-
ball 3,45 IM Golf Champion 3,45
Football Champion 25 Volleyball
Champion 35 Football Skills 2,45
MacKenzie, Marjorie A.
0"Peppy," Wilmette: Student
Council Representative 15 Social
Committee 15 Girls' Club Represen-
tative l,45 Finance Committee 25
Prom Committee 35 G.A.A. l,2,3,45
"It Pays to Advertise" 35 "Lag-
niappe" Productions 3,45 Props
Crew 2,3,45 Head 45 Costume
Crew 3,45 Head 45 Dramatic
Club 2,3,45 Girls' Career Club 3.45
Spanish Club 35 Swing Club 25 Of-
fice Staff 3,45 Harris Memorial
School of Nursing.
MacKenzie, Marilyn B.
0"Mac," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1,2,35
Student Council Defense Com-
mittee 25 Study Hall Supervisor 45
Girls' Club Charity Committee 15
Financial Committee 35 G.A.A.
1,2,35 Speedball 15 Hockey 2.35
Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2,35 La-
Crosse 2,35 Publicity Committee 35
Numerals 15 Chevron 15 300-point
Award 25 600-point Award 25 800-
point Award 35 News Staff 35 Ink-
lings Contributor 35 Girls' Career
Club Arrangements Chairman 35
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 35 Girls'
Club Friendly Committee 45 G.A.A.
Recreational Games Manager 45
Chevron 25 "Iolanthe" 25 "Yeomen
of the Guard" 35 "Pinafore" 45
Opera Group 2,3,45 Glee Club 15
Choir 3,45 French Club 25 Girls'
Career Club 35 University of Colo-
Maher, Frances C.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 35 Girls' Club Arrangements
Committee 35 Speedball 15 Numer-
als 15 Chevron 15 300-point Award
15 "Lagniappe" 3,45 Band 15253545
Letter 45 Rifle Club 15 Girls' Career
Club 35 Senior Music Club 3,45
Manning, Alstan P.
U Glencoe: Echoes Staff 3,45
Photography Editor 3,45 Photo-
Painters Club 45 Lens Club 3,45
Berkley High School California 1,25
Marston, Betty June
9 Glenview: Glee Club 45 Spanish
Club 1,25 Musicale 1,25 Science
Club 1,25 Sullivan High School 35
Martin, Betty Jane
0 Northfield: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 2,35 Glee Club 35
Service Club 3,45 Girls' Career Club
35 North Park Academy 15 Vassar.
Martin, Dana G.
0 Glencoe: Football Manager 25
Chess Club 3.
Marx, Robert E.
0 Kenilworth: Honor Group 35 Tri-
Ship Student Aid Committee 45
Football 25 Letter 25 Basketball 25
Letter 25 Track 35 Letter 35 IM
Track 35 Champion 35 Basketball
35 Soccer 35 Orchestra 1,2,3.
Mason, Craig L.
0 Glencoe: Honor Group 35 Infor-
mation Desk 45 Swimming 1,2,35
Baseball 2,45 IM Basketball 3,45
Soccer l,2,3,45 Boys' Career Club
35 Aeronautics Club 45 Naval Air
Mason, Robert B.
0 Wilmette: Steinmetz High School,
Chicago, Illinois 1,2,3.
Masser, Shirley A.
' Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group l,2,3,45 Student Council
Study Hall Supervisor 1,45 Defense
Department 45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45
LaCrosse 15 Baseball 1,2,35 Basket-
ball 25 Class Manager 45 Intra-
Mural Sports Committee 35 Numeral
15 Chevron 15 300-point Award 25
600-point Award 35 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Principia.
Mathias, Jane H.
0Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,45 Student
Council Defense Committee 35
Girls' Club Representative 1,25 So-
cial Committee 35 Charity Commit-
tee 25 G.A.A. Speedball 1,25 Head
35 Hockey 2,35 Swimming 1,2,35
Volleyball 1,2,45 Basketball l,2,3,45
LaCrosse 1,2,35 Baseball 1,35 Social
Committee Chairman 45 Numerals
15 Chevron 25 300-point Award 35
600-point Award 35 800-point Award
45 Glee Club 1,25 News Staff 1,25
French Club 35 Girls' Career Club
Matros, Fern A.
' Wilmette: Service Club 2,35 Span-
ish Club 3,45 Latin Club 35 Girls'
Career Club 35 Illinois.
Mayer, John W.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,25
Baseball l,2,3,45 Letter l,2,3,45
Basketball 2,35 IM Football 15
Basketball 25 Handball 25 Volley-
ball 35 Soccer 3,45 Tennis 15 Glee
Club 1,25 Opera Group 45 "H.M.S.
Pinafore" 45 Debate Team 15
Forensic League 2,35 Gavel Club 25
Nautical Club 15 U. S. Army Air
Mazzeta, Virginia E.
0 Glencoe: G.A.A. Baseball 25
0 Glencoe: Basketball l,2,3,45 Let-
ter 2,45 IM High Jump Champion
15 Soccer 4.
McCarthy, James E.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 35 Foot-
ball l,2,3,45 Letter 45 Baseball 1,45
IM Volleyball l,2,3,45 Baseball 15
Football 1,25 Soccer 3,45 Basketball
3,45 Debate Team 35 Beloit.
0 "Mickey," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group
1,2,35 Student Council Study Hall
Supervisor 35 Study Hall Com-
mittee 25 Assembly Committee 25
Girls' Club Employment Committee
15 Charity Committee 35 G.A.A.
1,2,35 Hockey 2,3,45 Basketball
35 Volleyball 35 Archery 35 Head
35 Publicity Chairman 45 Olli-
cial Committee 35 Numerals 15
Chevron 15 300-point Award 25 600-
point Award 35 800-point Award 35
Ofiicial 35 Glee Club 15 Echoes
G.A.A. News Editor 45 Girls' Career
Club 35 Mount Holyoke.
McCoy, Eugene M.
McCoy, Margaret M.
0"Peg," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 45 Ollice Staff
35 Glee Club 25 News Staff 35
Saint Ma1'y's High School 1,25
McDermott, Robert B.
0 Glencoe: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group l,2,3,45 IM Soccer 1,2,3,45
Wrestling 45 Inklings Staff 45 Aero-
nautics Club 25 Princeton.
McElr0Y, Jane M.
0 Glencoe: "Lagniappe" 2,45 Glee
Club 2,3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Re-
cital Group 25 Rifle Club 25 Sweet
McEwan, Joan B.
0 Winnetka: G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Speed-
ball 35 Numerals 35 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 Opera Group 35 Glee
Club 25 Actors' Guild 25 French
Club 35 Latin Club 25 Arizona.
McGrath, Patricia J.
'Wilmette: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 45 Publicity Committee 35
Spanish Club 35 Girls' Career Club
McGuire, Patrick G.
0 Glencoe: Navy.
McKearnan, Edmund J.
' "Jerry," Northbrook: Door Guard
15 Swimming 2,3.
'Wilmette: Honor Group l,2,3:
0 "Mac," Wilmette: Honor Society
45 Honor Group l,2,3,45 Tri-Ship
Student Aid Committee 45 Service
Register 3,45 Usher Corps 45 Door
Guard 3,45 Captain 4: Golf Team
35 Letter 35 IM Soccer 3,45 Base-
ball 15 University of Illinois.
McLean, Cyrus J.
9 "Cy," Winnetka: Information
Desk 45 IM Soccer 3,45 Champions
35 Basketball 3,45 Rifle Club 25
Aircraft Spotting 35 Eliott Junior
High School, California 15 Kingsley
School, Canada 25 Northwestern.
McLean, June L.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 1,35
Student Council War Department 45
Glee Club 1,25 Gavel Club 15 Span-
ish Club 2,3,45 Girls' Career Club
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 2,35 In-
formation Desk 45 Swimming
1,2,3,45 Letter 1,2,3,45 Co-Captain 45
IM Swimming Champion 2.
Meany, Patricia A.
'Wilmette: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 15 Publicity Committee 45
G.A.A. Basketball 2,35 Hockey 2,35
Class Manager 45 Volleyball 35
Publicity Committee 35 300-point
Award 35 600-point Award 45 800-
point Award 45 Representative 45
Echoes Editorial Staff 35 News Staff
1,25 Feature Staff 35 Feature Editor
3,45 Spanish Club 35 Broadcasting
Club 2,3,45 Mundelein.
"'Toddy," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Study
Hall Supervisor 45 Girls' Club
Magazine Committee 45 G.A.A.
Chevron 35 "What a Life" 25 "Let-
ters to Lucerne" 35 "George and
Margaret" 45 "Lagniappe" 2,35
Broadcasting Club l,2,3,45 Presi-
dent 45 French Club 2,3,45 Actors'
Guild Club l,2,3,45 Girls' Career
Club 35 Dramatic Club 2,3,45 Serv-
ice Club 35 Verse Choir 2,3,45
Make-up Crew l,2,3,45 Head 45
0 Winnetka: Glenbard High School
15 Immaculate Conception 25 Saint
Mary's Texas 3.
Mesa, Mary Jo
' "Jo," Winnetka: Inklings Illus-
trations Stafl 35 Spanish Club 2,3,45
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Colorado.
Meyers, Jerry L.
' Chicago: Olhce Stafl' 45 Senn
High School 1,2,35 Carleton.
Miehls, Don G.
0 Evanston: Loyola.
Miller, Bruce F.
0 Glencoe: IM Baseball 15 Football
1,25 Basketball 3,45 Soccer 2,3,45
Champions 45 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 "Pinafore" 45 Glee Club
2,35 Choir 45 Lens Club 1,3,45
Boys' Career Club 35 Illinois.
Miller, Doris L.
0 "Dokey," Wilmette: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group
1,2,3,45 Student Council Assembly
Committee 2,35 Study Hall Super-
visor 45 Social Committee 35 "Lag-
niappe" Props Committee 3,45 Class
Vice-President 25 Prom Committee
35 Class Secretary 45 "What a
Life" 25 "Love Rides the Rails"
35 "Tovarich" 45 Verse Choir 2,3,45
Make-up Crew 35 Glee 'Club 1,25
Broadcasting Club 1,2,35 Dramatic
Club 1,2,35 Players Award 35
French Club 35 Journalism Club
15 Michigan. .
Miller, Marion R.
0Kenilworth: Student Council
Study Hall Supervisor 15 Girls' Club
Representative 45 Arrangements
Committee 45 G.A.A. Speedball 45
Chevron 35 300-point Award 35 Pool
Guard 45 "Lagniappe" 45 Service
Club 3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 DePauw.
Miller, Mary Jane
9 Glencoe: Spanish Club 35 Girls'
Career Club 35 Niles Township 3,45
Jamaica High School 25 Evanston
0 Kenilworth: French Club 2,35
Girls' Career Club 3.
0 Wilmette: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 35 Girls' Career Club 35
Morrison, Charles R.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 15 Base-
ball 3,45 Letter 3,45 Track 2,35
IM Baseball 1: Basketball 1,2,3,45
Soccer 2,3,45 Football 15 Volleyball
1,35 Track 25 Glee Club. -
Morrison, John J.
0 "Jack," Kenilworth: Football 2,45
Letter 45 Baseball 2,4: IM Baseball
15 Basketball 2,3.45 Golf 25 Track
45 Aeronautics Club 45 Loyola 15
Army Air Corps.
Moser, Allan I-I.
'Winnetka: Radio Club 1,2,3,45
Vice-President 45 Rifle Club 2,3,45
Public Address Corp 2,3,4.
Mosher, Richard N.
'Wilmette: Glee Club 45 Girls'
Career Club 45 Carleton.
'Wilmette: IM Track 35 Cham-
pions 35 "Our Town" 35 "Yeomen
of the Guard" 35 Band 2,35 Glee
Club 25 Choir 35 Ensemble 45
Stage Crew 1,2,3,4.
0 Winnetka: T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council Representative 35 Serv-
ice Committee 35 Tri-Ship Secretary-
Treasurer 45 Representative 1,25
Dinner Committee 35 Usher Corps
3,45 Baseball 1,25 Swimming 1,25
Track 3,45 IM Track 1,2,35 Base-
ball 1,2,3,45 Horseshoes 1,2,3,45
Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45
Handball 1,2,3,45 Volleyball 1,2,35
Soccer 1,2,3,45 "Lagniappe" 45 News
Feature Staff 25 Debate Team 35
Forensic League 35 Rifle Club 15
Actors' Guild Club 4.
0 "Sis," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Magazine Committee 25 G.A.A.
Basketball 2,3,45 Baseball 2,3,45
Class Manager 35 Volleyball 25
Speedball 35 300-point Award 35
"Our Town" 35 "Lagniappe" 3,45
Opera Group 3,45 Glee Club 25
Choir 3,45 Ensemble 3,45 Dramatic
Club 3,45 Gavel Club 15 Senior
Music Club 3,45 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Gavel Club 15 Co-head Make-
up Crew 45 Stephens.
' "Murph," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 1,45 Social Commit-
tee 45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Representa-
tive 25 Basketball 35 Chevron 35
Verse Speaking Choir 2,3,45 Make-
up Crew 3,45 Dramatic Club 3,45
French Club 2,3,45 Journalism Club
15 Girls' Career Club 45 North-
western Scholarship 35 Briarcliff.
0 "Mel," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 35 Speedball 15
Girls' Career Club 45 Service Club
3,45 Spanish Club 3,45 Swing Club
25 National College of Education.
Murray, James P.
'Winnetka: IM Soccer 1,2,35
Handball 15 Horseshoes 1.
Musson, David C.
U Glencoe: Student Council Repre-
sentative 45 Service Department 45
Class Treasurer 45 Football 1,2,3,45
Letter 1,2,3,45 IM Track 45 Soc-
Neeves, Houston K.
0 Glencoe: Tennis 2,3,45 Letter 3,45
Captain 45 IM Tennis 1,2,3,45
Basketball 1,2,45 Soccer 35 Swim-
ming 25 "Lagniappe" 45 Badminton
Club 2,35 Rifle Club 1,25 Library
Monitor 35 Boys' Career Club 35
University of Michigan.
Nc tial 't '
Nelson, Lawrence V.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 15 "Love
Rides the Rails" 35 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 Opera Group 35 Lens
Nelson, Arlene G.
0Winnetka: G.A.A. Representative
45 Glee Club 3,45 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 St. Scholastica 1,25
Nicholson, Robert B.
' "Nick," Wilmette: Football
1,2,3,45 Letter 45 Basketball 1,25
Wrestling 45 Handball 1,2,45 Base-
ball 1,25 "Lagniappe" 45 Swing
Club 1,25 Notre Dame.
' Wilmette: Glee Club 1,2,3,45
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Vogue Ray
Nix, Margaret J.
"'Peggy," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Groups 1,2,3,45
Study Hall Supervisor 3,45 Student
Council Building and Grounds Com-
mittee 1,35 G.A.A. Hockey 3,45
LaCrosse 15 Rhythms 25 Swimming
25 Publicity Committee 2,45 Head
35 300-point Award 15 600-point
Award 25 800-point Award 25
Nuxnerals 15 Chevrons 15 Repre-
sentative 15 Echoes Stall 2,35 News
Staff 2,3,45 Rewrite Editor 35 Echoes
G.A.A. Editor 35 Senior Music Club
2,3,45 Inklings Contributor 1,35
'Wilmette: Science Club 25 Im-
maculata High School 15 Saint
Cecilia High School, Nebraska 35
Norris, William E.
0 Wilmette: IM Soccer Champions
45 Band 1,2,35 Letter 25 North-
Nuzum, John W.
0 Wilmette: T.N.T. 3,45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
35 Assembly Department 35 Chair-
man 35 Tri-Ship Intercholastic Re-
lations Head Committee 45 Repre-
sentative 15 Dinner Committee 1,25
Usher Corps 3,45 Tennis 35 Cham-
pions 35 Football, Basketball 15
"Letters to Lucerne" 35 Dramatic
Club 35 Echoes Staff 35 News Stall
1,2,3,45 News Stall Editor 45 Sports
Club 15 Boys' Career Club 35 Presi-
dent 35 Franklin-Merritt Tennis
Winner 35 Red Cross Delegate 3,45
President 35 Northwestern.
O'Brien, Nancy E.
0"O'B," Glencoe: G.A.A. 1,2,35
Baseball 1,2,3,45 Manager 45 Vol-
leyball 2,3,45 Speedball 2,3.45
Hockey 25 Numerals 15 300-point
Award 35 600-point Award 45 800-
point Award 4: News Stall 2,35
Spanish Club 2,3,45 Bradford.
0 Winnetka: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 35 West High School,
Minnesota 15 Pasadena College,
California 25 Northwestern.
O'Conor, Vincent J.
0 Winnetka: Information Desk 45
Usher Corps 45 Library Monitor 35
Football 3,45 Letter 45 Baseball
1,25 Basketball 15 IM Volleyball
1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,35 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Football 1,25 Handball
Champion 35 "Lagniappe" 45 News
Staff 1,25 Swing Club 2,35 German
Club 35 Portsmouth, Rhode Island
Olsen, John M.
'Glencoe: Honor Group 3,45 IM
Soccer 35 Table Tennis 35 Basket-
ball 45 Tennis 45 Opera Group 35
"Pinafore" 45 Glee Club 25 Chess
Club 1,2,45 Spanish Club 3,45
Olson, Mary Louise
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 15 Girls'
Club Representative 35 Arrange-
ments Committee 15 Northwestern
Hockey Team 15 French Club 3,45
Girls' Career Club 35 Evanston
High School 25 Illinois.
Oman, Doris J.
0 "Do," Winnetka: T.N.T. 45 Girls'
Club Arrangements Committee 25
Finance Committee 45 G.A.A. Rep-
resentative 25 Swimming 1,2,3,45
Basketball 25 Baseball 15 Riding
Head 2,35 Pool Guard 3,45 300-
point Award 25 600-point Award 3:
"Love Rides the Rails" 35 "Lag-
niappe" 2,3,45 Dance Director 3,4:
Club 1,25 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Dramatic Club 35 Rifle Club
' Wilmette: Student Council Social
Committee 2,35 Usher Corps 45 IM
Baseball 15 Football 3,45 Basketball
3,45 Soccer Champion 45 "Lag-
niappe" 45 Debate Team 25 Foren-
sic League 25 Rifle Club 25 Citadel.
Oswald, Michael M.
0 Glenview: Door Guard 35 IM Soc-
cer 1,2,3,45 Champions 35 Volley-
ball 1,2,3,45 Track 1,2,35 Champions
35 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Champion 45
Aeronautics Club 4.
Pagliarulo, Gloria S.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Hon-
or Group 1,2,3,45 Student Council
Study Hall Supervisor 15 Publicity
Committee 35 Girls' Club Publicity
Committee 2,35 G.A.A. Speedball 15
Baseball 1,35 Manager 45 Volley-
ball 1,2,35 Basketball 1,35 LaCrosse
1,35 Hockey 45 Chevron 15 Numer-
als 15 300-point Award 25 600-point
Award 35 800-point Award 35 "Lag-
niappe" 35 Actors' Guild 15 News
Art Editor 35 LeFlambeau 2,45
Editor 45 Junior Music Club 1,25
Senior Music Club 3,45 French
Club 35 Girls' Career Club 3,45
Publicity Committee 35 Verse
Speaking Choir 2,3,45 Illinois.
Papierski, Delores H.
0Winnetka: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 3,45 Senior Music
Club 3,45 Evanston High School
Paramore, Richard A.
'Wilmette: IM Basketball 1,2,3.,45
Pearson, Jerome R.
'Glenviewz Tri-Ship Cheerleader
2,3,45 IM Basketball 1,2,3,4: Soc-
cer 1,2,3,45 Champions 35 Volley-
ball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 1,2,35 Hand-
ball 1,2,35 Aeronautics Club 4:
Vice-President 45 Navy V-5. I
9 Kenilworth: G.A.A. Basketball 15
Girls' Glee Club 2,35 Gavel Club 15
Girls' Career Club 35 Gregg College,
Pepoon, Gloria L.
"'Peppy," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Social Committee 25 Representative
25 G.A.A. Hockey 2,3,45 Swimming
2,3,45 Basketball 2,35 Rhythms
2,3,45 Head 35 Volleyball 2,35
LaCrosse 2,35 Square Dancing 3,45
Illinois Basketball 25 300-point
Award 25 600-point Award 35 800-
point Award 35 Science Club 153,45
0 "Pete," Wilmette: Honor Group
25 Student Council Study Hall
Supervisor 35 Girls' Club Charity
Committee 35 G.A.A. Service Com-
mittee 45 300-point Award 25 Chev-
ron 1,2,35 "Lagniappe" 2.3,45 4'Yeo-
men of the Guard" 35 "Pinafore"
45 Opera Group 3,45 Glee Club
1,25 Ensemble 45 News Staff 15
Service Club 3,45 Treasurer 35
Junior Music Club 15 Senior Music
Club 2,3,45 Journalism Club 15
Peterson, G. Harold
' Winnetka: Football 35 IM Basket-
ball 1,2,3,45 Baseball 15 Soccer 2,35
Football 25 Manager 45 Boys' Career
Club 35 Aeronautics Club 45 Army
Philipsborn, Thomas D.
0Glencoe: Student Council Build-
ing and Grounds Committee 2,35
Tri-Ship Service Committee 3,45
Information Desk 45 Usher Corps
45 Swimming 1,2,3,45 Football 45
Letter 45 IM Basketball 35 Volley-
ball 25 Track 1,2,35 Soccer 15 Golf
45 Horseshoes 45 Tennis 45 Actors'
Guild 25 "Iolanthe" 25 Junior Or-
chestra Member 15 Chess Club 15
Rifle Club 2,35 Carleton.
Pierson, Homer W.
Pifer, Marjorie R.
0 Kenilworth: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,45 Student Coun-
cil Study Hall Supervisor 45 G.A.A.
2,3,45 Rhythms 2,35 Verse Speaking
Choir 35 Make-up Crew 35 Glee
Club 3,45 "Tovarich" 45 Dramatic
Club 3,45 Quill Club 15 Science
Club 1,2,3,45 Secretary 2,35 Span-
ish Club 25 Service Club 35 Travel
Club 25 Swing Club 25 Latin Club
15 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Coe.
Platt, James W.
'Winnetka: Information Desk 45
IM Soccer 3,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45
Champions 35 Volleyball 1,2,3,45
Tennis 45 Spanish Club 3,45 Law-
Pollock, Charles S.
' Wilmette: Orchestra 1,2,35 Nau-
tical Club 1,25 Stage Crew 25
Architectural Club 25 Visual Edu-
cation Staff 2,35 Army Air Corps.
Pomeroy, Ralph J.
0 Winnetka: Student Council Pub-
licity Committee 45 War Depart-
ment 2,45 Glee Club 25 News Fea-
ture Stafl 45 Art Editor 4: Ink-
lings Staff 45 Art League 2: Camou-
flage Club 1,25 President 2: Musi-
cale 45 Photo-Painters Club 45
President 45 Chicago.
0"Lou," Glencoe: G.A.A. 1,2,3,45
Chevron 15 Speedball 15 Glee Club
3.45 Junior Music Club 15 Spanish
Club 25 Monticello College 35
Porter, Nancy A.
0 Winnetka: Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 35 Ofhce Staff 45
Basketball 25 G.A.A. Representa-
tive 35 Speedball 25 Chevron 15
Numerals 25 Spanish Club 25 Girls'
Career Club 3,4.
Powell, Dorothy Lee
0Winnetka: Girls' Club Represen-
tative 25 Arrangements Committee
35 Friendly Committee 45 Girls'
Office Staff 45 G.A.A. Representa-
tive 15 Manager 15 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 "Lagniappe" 3,45 "Pina-
fore" 45 Opera Group 3,45 Girls'
Glee Club 1,25 Spanish Club 35
Swing Club 25 Girls' Career Club
Price, Mary Anna
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 15 Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
45 Girls' Club Arrangements Com-
mittee 45 G.A.A. Speedball 15 "Lag-
niappe" 3,45 Glee Club 2,35 Gavel
Club 15 Swing Club 25 Latin Club
25 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Spanish
Club 3.45 Service Club 3,45 Girls'
Office Staff 45 Colorado.
Prourlfoot, Dorothy G.
0"Dottie," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council Publicity Committee
35 War Department 45 Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 35 Social Com-
mittee 35 G.A.A. Tennis Manager
1,25 News Staff 1,45 Inklings 1,2,3,45
Contributor 2,3,45 Actors' Guild 35
Quill Club 15 Spanish Club 2,3,45
Broadcasting Club 3: Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Oflice Staff 35 Dramatics
Club 3,45 Make-up Crew 35 Cos-
tume Crew 2,35 Wisconsin.
Provoost, Sarah S.
"'Sally," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Charity Committee 45 G.A.A.
Hockey 3,45 LaCrosse 35 Victory
Corps Head 45 Publicity Commit-
tee 35 Chevron 35 Numerals 35
300-point Award 45 Morrison Vir-
ginia High School 15 Wilson High
School Washington, D.C. 25 Ran-
Prussing, Beverly A.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,2,3,45
Girls' Career Club 45 Spanish Club
Puhlman, Joan H.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Hon-
or Group 1,2.35 "Love Rides the
Rails" 35 Glee Club 35 Opera
Group 45 French Club 25 Broadcast-
ing Club 45 Dramatic Club 45
Purdy, Roger C.
0"Rog," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Usher
Corps 3,45 Information Desk 45 IM
Golf 15 "Lagniappe" Business Com-
mittee 45 "Our Town" 35 'Tina-
fore" 35 Opera Group 45 Glee Club
35 Lens Club 2,3,45 Echoes Edi-
torial Stafl' 35 News Photography
Staff 25 Dramatics Club 3,45 Boys'
Career Club 3,4.
Purse, Audrey L.
0 '4Audia," Winnetka: Honor Group 1.
Quaintance, Richard C.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,25 Stu-
dent Council Study Hall Supervisor
15 War Department 35 Usher Corps
45 Swimming 45 f'Lagniappe" 3,45
Opera Group 3,45 6'Pinafore" 45
Orchestra 45 Band 3,45 Glee Club
1,25 Broadcasting Club 15 Radio
Club 25 Spanish Club 35 Lens Club
35 Senior Music Club 45 William
Rambeau, Nancy M.
9"Nonnie," Kenilworth: Latin
Club 35 Lyons Township High
School 1,25 Colorado.
Ramser, Harold A.
0Winnetka: Swimming 1,25 Let-
ter 25 "Yeomen of the Guard" 35
"Pinafore" 45 Opera Group 2,45
Rand, Elizabeth G.
'Winnetka: Senn High School
Rand, Virginia M.
0 Winnetka: Make-up Crew 35 Art
League 35 French Club 35 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 Senn High School
15 De Pauw.
Rapp, George J.
'Winnetka: Student Council Rep-
resentative 45 Study Hall Commit-
tee 2,35 Study Hall Supervisor 3,45
Tri-Ship Service Committee 2,35 In-
formation Desk 45 Usher Corps 3,45
Football 1,2,3,45 Basketball 2,35
Letter 25 Baseball 1,25 IM Volley-
ball 2,35 Soccer 2,35 Glee Club 25
Army Air Corps.
Raymond, Spencer H.
U "Spence," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Groups
1,2,3,45 Student Council Social
Committee 35 Tri-Ship Representa-
tive 35 Usher Corps 3,45 Head 45
Swimming 2,3,45 IM Basketball
2,3,45 Baseball 25 Swimming 25
Soccer 2,3,45 Opera Business Man-
ager 3,45 Debate Team 35 Lens
Club 1,2,3,45 Vice-President 35
Rifle Club 15 Boys' Career Club
Regan, Charles A.
0 "Bud," Wilmette: IM Baseball 15
Volleyball 1,25 Basketball 25 "Lag-
Reinhard, Philip L.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,2545
Tri-Ship Representative 15 Dinner
Committee 35 Baseball 25 Football
3,45 Letter 45 IM Football 15 Base-
ball 1,2,3,45 Soccer 2,3,45 Wrestling
45 Track 35 "Gondoliers" 15 "Iolan-
the" 25 Opera Group 25 Glee Club
15 Actors, Guild 1.
Reize, Barbara A.
9 "Barb," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Social Committee 35 "Lagniappe" 35
Dance Co-Director 35 Glee Club 3,45
Swing Club 2,35 Girls' Career Club
3,45 Echoes Senior Section Staff 45
Rennolds, W. Donald
'Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Student
Council Assembly Department 35
Tri-Ship Executive Board 45 Usher
Corps 35 Service Squad 3,45 Head
45 Traffic Squad 45 Head 45 Inter-
Scholastic Relations Committee 45
News Sports Staff 2,35 Assistant
Rice, John H.
Richardson, Charles B.
Ringholm, Shirley A.
9Wilmette: Student Council As-
sembly Committee 25 Study Hall
Committee 35 Girls' Club Represen-
tative 35 "Lagniappe" 45 Glee Club
2,35 News Staff 15 Service Club
3,45 Spanish Club 2,3,45 Gavel Club
15 Camouflage Club 35 Cornell.
0 Glencoe: Ferry Hall 2,3.
Robertson, David H.
0 Wilmette: Tri-Ship Representative
25 Swimming 1,2,3,45 Letter 1,2,3,45
State Champion 45 IM Track 1,25
Basketball 15 Swimming Guard
2,3,45 Head Guard 45 Badminton
Rockcastle, Charles H.
0Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45 Honor
Society 45 Honor Group 1,2,3,45
Tri-Ship Service Registrar Commit-
tee 35 Head 45 Clubroom Commit-
tee 25 Usher Corps 45 Track 15
Baseball 45 Swimming 2,3,45 Letter
4: Football Manager 1,25 IM Base-
ball 15 Basketball 1,25 Handball
1,25 Tennis 1,2,3,45 Swimming 25
Soccer 3,45 Opera Group 25 Glee
Club 15 Lens Club 1,25 Boys' Career
Club 3,45 Actors, Guild 35 An-
Roddick, John W.
0Kenilworth: Honor Group 1,2,35
Student Council Defense Depart-
ment 35 Swimming 25 Football Man-
ager 1,2,35 Letter 35 IM Volleyball
1,2,35 Soccer 1,2,35 Basketball
1,2,35 Golf 1,2,35 Glee Club 1,25
News Advertising Staff 25 Boys'
Career Club 35 Northwestern.
Rogers, James L.
9Winnetka: Honor Group 1,2,35
IM Volleyball 2,35 Basketball
1,2,3,45 Champion 35 Baseball 15
Orchestra 25 News Art Staff 45
Rooney, Mary Rose
9 Winnetka: Gavel Club 1.
Rose, Dorothy R.
0 Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Groups 1,2,3,45 Stu-
dent Council Social Committee 45
Girls' Club Publicity Committee 35
"Our Town" 35 "Lagniappe" 2,3,45
"Gondoliers" 15 "Iolanthe" 25 "Yeo-
men of the Guard" 35 'Pinafore" 45
Glee Club 15 Opera Group 2,3,45
Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Ensemble 2,3,45
Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Echoes Staff 35
News Staff 3,45 Inklings Con-
tributor 35 Iunior Music Club 1,25
Senior Music Club 2,3,45 President
45 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Dra-
matic Club 3,45 Wellesley.
Rosenow, Thomas L.
' Wilmette: IM Soccer 2,3,45 Foot-
ball 2,3,45 "Tovarich" 45 "Iolan-
the" 25 "Yeomen of the Guard" 35
Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Rifle Club 1,45
Photo-Painters Club 45 Colorado.
Ross, Lois J.
' Winnetka: Lens Club 45 French
Club 45 Miami Beach High School
19 University of Chicago High
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1,2,3,43 Student Council
Study Hall Committee 33 Girls'
Club Publicity Committee 33 G.A.A.
Speedball: Chevron 13 Numerals
43 "Gondoliers" 13 "lolanthe" 23
"Yeomen of the Guard" 33 'Tina-
fore" 43 Orchestra 1,2,3,43 News
Staff 33 Inklings Staff 2,3,43 Junior
Music Club 1,23 Senior Music Club
2,3,43 Quill Club 1.
Ruckmick, John C.
9 Winnetka: Basketball 1,23 Soccer
l,2,33 Football 1,23 Inklings Con-
tribution Staif 33 Cornell.
9 Chicago: Honor Group 3,43 Girls'
Career Club 33 French Club 33
Latin Club 33 Smith.
Rugen, David F.
9 "Dave," Glenview.
Rugen, Herbert E.
9 Glenview: Football 1,2,3,43 Let-
ter 43 IM Basketball 1,23 Volley-
ball 2,33 Soccer 3,43 Actors' Guild
2,33 Orchestra 2.
Rugen, Lois M.
9 Glenview: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,4.
Rundquist, Barbara V.
9 6'Rusty," Winnetka: Honor Group
3,43 Spanish Club 33 Cress Busi-
Rymer, William N.
9Winnetka: IM Athletic Manager
2,3,43 "Our Town" 23 '6Love Rides
the Rails" 33 "Iolanthe" 23 "Yeo-
men of the Guard" 33 "Pinafore"
43 Opera Group 2,3,43 Choir 2,3,43
Latin Club 3,43 President 43 Dra-
matic Club 43 Princeton.
Sacco, Edward F.
Salomon, Leila J.
9 "Lee," Winnetka: Make-up Crew
33 Gavel Club 13 Spanish Club
2.3,43 Actors' Guild 23 Girls' Career
Club 3,43 Miami.
9 Glencoe: Tri-Ship Representative
13 Information Desk 3,43 Swimming
1,2,3,43 Letter 233,43 Track 43 IM
Soccer 233,43 School Champions 2,43
Volleyball 2,43 Baseball 23 Aeronau-
tics Club 43 Army Air Corps.
9 Wilmette: Spanish Club 43 Girls'
Career Club 43 Northwestern.
9 Wilmette: Colorado.
9"Sandy," Glenview: Girls' Club
Financial Committee 23 Represen-
tative 3,43 Baseball 33 Basketball
2,33 Speedball 2,33 Chevrons 23
Numerals 23 300-point Award 33
Science Club 233,43 Northwestern.
Sargent, Albert A.
Saunders, Richard D.
9Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,43 President
43 Honor Group 23 Student Coun-
cil Treasurer 33 President 43
Finance Committee 1,23 Repre-
sentative 1,23 Usher Corps 33 Foot-
ball 2,3,43 Letter 2,43 Track 4:
Latin Club 43 News Staff 1,23 Ad-
vertising Manager 2.
Schaefer, James A.
9Wilmette: IM Baseball 13 Soc-
cer 2,3,43 Champion 43 Basketball
1,2,3,43 Track 23 Football 13 Band
1,25 Letter 23 Stage Crew 1,2,3,43
Cheerleaders 2,3,43 Letter 33 North-
Schauffler, Katharine S.
9 "Sue," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Charity Committee 23 Swimming
Pageant 23 Rhythms Manager 2,33
300-point Award 33 "Yeomen of
the Guard" 33 "Pinafore" 43 Opera
Group 3,43 Glee Club 1,23 .Iunior
Music Club 1323 Senior Music Club
2,3343 Science Club 13 Black Moun-
Schinler, Raymond F.
9 Glencoe: Baseball 1,2,43 Basket-
ball 23 Golf 43 IM Basketball 132,33
Volleyball 2,3343 Wrestling 43 Track
1,2,33 Golf 2,3,43 Army Air Corps.
Schipfer, John D.
9 Winnetka: Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 43 Swimming 2,3,43
Letter 2,3,43 Swimming Guard 3,43
Army Air Corps Reserve.
Schmidt, Anne C.
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,3,43 Student Council
War Department 2,33 Girls' Club
Charity Committee 43 G.A.A. Base-
ball 33 Volleyball 43 Awards Com-
mittee 43 Chevron 33 300-point
Award 43 Recorder Group 1,2,3,43
Girls' Career Club 3,43 French Club
Schmitz, Mary Louise
9 "Lou," Wilmette.
9 "Annie," Winnetka: Baseball 23
Basketball 33 Volleyball 132.
Schoenberg, Lillian G.
9Winnetka: Gavel Club 13 Ger-
man Club 2.
Schoeneck, Willard N.
9 "Bill," Kenilworth: Tri-Ship Din-
ner Committee 43 Information Desk
43 Football 233,43 Letter 3,43 Track
33 IM Volleyball 23 Champions 23
Track 23 Basketball 3,43 "Pina-
fore" 43 "Yeomen of the Guard" 33
Ensemble 43 Glee Club 23 Choir
3,43 Lens Club 13 Boys' Career
Club 33 Northwestern.
Schuber, Margaret A.
9 "Muzzy," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Social Committee 43 Swimming
Guard 33 Echoes Senior Section
Staff 43 Girls' Career Club 3,4.
Schulte, David R.
9 Winnetka: Student Council Study
Nc tial 't 'e
Hall Supervisor 43 Usher Corps 43
Tennis 3,43 Letter 43 IM Soccer
3,43 Basketball 3,43 Boys' Career
Club 3,43 Swing Club 33 South
Kent School 1,23 Northwestern.
Schweger, Donald F..
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 2,33
Basketball 43 Tennis 3,43 Letter
3,43 Baseball 23 IM Volleyball 2:
Football 23 Tennis 1,23 Basketball'
Scott, Nancy E.
9 Wilmette: Commerce Club 2.
Sesterhenn, Cletus R.
Shannon, C. George
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 33 Tri-
Ship Student Aid Committee Chair-
man 43 Representative 23 Dinner
Committee 33 Football 1,2,3,43 Let-
ter 1,2343 Basketball 1,23 Baseball
1,233,43 Letter 23 IM Basketball
1,3,43 Class Champions 43 Volley-
ball 133,43 Class Champions 1,33
Shapiro, Janet R.
9 "Jan," Chicago: Honor Group 43
French Club 3,43 Michigan.
Shaw, Joan M.
9Wilmette: Glee Club 2,33
9 "Nan," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Representative 3,43 Publicity Com-
mittee 43 G.A.A. Chevron 13 Glee
Club 13 Girls' Career Club 43 Mon-
9HJackie," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 1,23 Student Council
Study Hall Supervisor 13 Girls'
Club Treasurer 43 Financial Com-
mittee 23 Representative 23 Class
President 33 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Speed-
ball 13 Representative 23 Numeral
13 Chevron 13 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 33 "Pinafore" 43 Opera
Group 3,43 Glee Club 1,23 Choir
3,43 French Club 3,43 Smith.
Sherwin, M. Elizabeth
9 Glencoe: Student Council Inter-
Scholastic Relations Committee lg
Defense Committee 33 Girls' Club
Representative 23 Social Committee
23 Publicity Committee 43 Baseball
23 Basketball 13 G.A.A. Social
Committee 23 300-point Award 23
Chevron 13 Numerals 23 Orchestra
13 News Staff 1,23 Girls' Career
Club 3,43 Debate 13 Junior Music
Club 1,23 Bennington.
Shimonek, Joan R.
9 Northbrook: Girls' Career Club
33 Colorado College.
Shinnick, Margaret J.
9 "Peg" Wilmette: Honor Group
33 Student Council Study Hall Com-
mittee 23 Girls' Club Representative
23 G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Finance Commit-
tee 43 Speedball 13 Volleyball 1,2,33
Baseball 1.3 3 Lacrosse 133,41
Awards Committee 33 Baseball Head
43 Numerals 13 Chevron 13 300-
point Award 33 600-point Award 33
"Yeomen of the Guard" 33 "Pina-
fore" 43 Opera Group 3,43 Glee
Club 23 Choir 43 News Staff 43
Echoes Staff 43 Latin Club 1,2,3:
Girls' Career Club 3: Recital
Group 13 University of Michigan.
Shireman, Charles C.
9Wilmette: Track 2,3,43 Letter
2,3,43 Handball Champ 33 Swim-
ming 23 Band 1.
Simonsen, Frances M.
9 "Frannie," Glenview: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Groups l,2.3.43 Stu-
dent Council War Department 23
Girls' Club Representative 33 Class
Party Committee 23 Social Com-
mittee 43 G.A.A. Baseball 33
Hockey Oiiicial 43 Chevron 23
Numeral 33 300-point Award 33
Recreational Games Class Manager
1,23 Representative 43 Quill Club
13 Journalism Club 13 Spanish
Club 2,3,43 Arizona.
Skinner, Frederick F.
9 Wilmette: Tri-Ship Representative
33 Information Desk 43 Football
1,2,3,43 Letter 2343 Stage Crew
9 Glencoe: Band l,2.
9Chicago: G.A.A. 1,2,3,43 Actors'
Guild 23 Glee Club 1,23 News Staff
13 Swing Club 23 Girls' Career
Club 43 Sullivan High 33 Stephens.
Snyder, Robert L.
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 43 Baseball 43 Swim-
ming Team 2,3,43 IM Track 13
Basketball 13 Baseball 13 Soccer
2,33 Volleyball 2,33 Football 23
Glee Club 132,33 Opera Group 4:
"Pinafore" 43 Echoes Art Staff
2,3,43 Art League 1.
Sollitt, Sumner W.
Spangler, Jack L.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,33 Student Coun-
cil Study Hall Supervisor lg In-
formation Desk 43 Usher Corps 3,43
IM Track 33 Soccer 23 Champion
33 Basketball 43 Orchestra l32,3,43
Glee Club 1,23 Senior Music Club
43 Treasurer 43 Nautical Club 132.
Spatholt, Harry J.
9 Wilmette: IM Baseball 13 Basket-
ball 1,2,3,43 Soccer 233,43 Cham-
pion 43 Football 1.
Spaulding, John P.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 33 Stu-
dent Council Defense Department
3,43 Swimming Team 2,33 Orches-
Specht, Charles A.
9 Wilmette: Football 2333 Basket-
ball 33 IM Volleyball 23 Soccer 23
Basketball 33 Traffic Squad 2,3.
9 Highland Park: Girls' Club
Friendly Committee 33 G.A.A.
1,2,3,43 Make-up Crew 43 Glee Club
33 News Staff 1,23 Art League 2,33
French Club 33 Girls' Career Club
33 Badminton Club 23 Colorado.
9"Spunky," Northfield: Tri-Ship
Inter-scholastic Relations 3,43 In-
formation Desk 43 Track 1,2,3,43
Letter 1,2,3,43 Football 1,23 Letter
23 Basketball 1,2,33 Football 1,23
Letter 23 Basketball 1,2,33 Letter 23
Baseball 1,23 IM Champion Punt-
ing 33 Soccer 33 Basketball 2333
Tennis 33 Track 13 Volleyball 43
"Lagniappe" 43 Glee Club 1,2,3,43
News Staff 43 Debate Team 43
Spanish Club 33 Musicale l,2,33
Stamp Club 2,35 Washington and
Spoehr, David A.
'Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Student
Council Vice President 45 Study
Hall Supervisor 35 Study Hall De-
partment Head 45 Tri-Ship Usher
Corps 3,45 "Lagniappe" 45 Football
3,45 Letter 45 Track 1,2,3,45 Let-
ter 2,3,45 Gymnastics l,2,3,45 Nau-
tical Club 1.
Steel, Carol E.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Hon-
or Group l,2,3,45 Student Council
Defense Department 45 Girls' Club
Arrangements Committee 35 Repre-
sentative 45 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Base-
ball 25 Hockey 35 Lacrosse 2,35
Manager 35 Volleyball 45 Manager
45 Golf 45 Social Committee 25
Publicity Committee 35 Chevron 15
Numerals 25 300-point Award 25
600-point Award 35 800-point Award
45 Glee Club 2,35 News Staff
1,253,45 Feature Editor 3,45 Echoes
Sports Staff 35 Inklings Staff 2,3,45
Contributor 2,3,45 Spanish Club 2,35
Broadcasting Club 2,3,45 Program
Chairman 45 Northwestern.
Steel, Dorothy J.
0 Wilmette: Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 35 Defense Com-
mittee 45 Opera Group 45 Glee Club
2,35 Rifle Club 25 Spanish Club
3,45 Girls' Career Club 4.
0Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,45 Honor
Groups 1,2,3,45 Student Council
Publicity Committee 15 Student Re-
lations Committee 25 Defense Com-
mittee 25 Social Committee Chair-
man 35 Girls' Club Representative
25 Publicity Committee 25 Social
Committee 35 Publicity Chairman
45 G.A.A. Representative 15 Base-
ball 25 300-point Award 25 "Our
Town" 35 Make-up Crew 3,45
Actors Guild 15 "Pinafore" 45
"Yeomen of the Guard" 35 Opera
Group 3,45 Choir 3,45 Glee Club 25
Echoes Staff 2,35 News Staff
1,2,3,45 Inklings Staff 2,3,45 Con-
tributor 1,2,35 Quill Club 1,25 Bad-
minton Club 1,25 Mills.
Stein, Carolyn W.
' "Ca.rnie," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Grown
152,3,45 Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 1,45 Study Hall
Committee 25 Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 35 Charity Committee
35 LaCrosse 1,2,35 Manager 25
Basketball 1,2,35 Speedball 1,25
300-point Award 35 600-point
Award 45 Numerals 15 Chevron
15 Head of Officials 45 c'Daddy
Long Legs" 15 "What a Life" 25
"Letters to Lucerne" 35 "Lag-
niappe" 35 Verse Speaking Choir
2.3,45 Make-up Crew 3,45 Glee
Club 35 Dramatics Club l,253,45
Secretary 45 Program Chairman 35
Echoes Editorial Staff 45 Broad-
casting Club 2.3,45 Secretary 45
Actors' Guild 3,45 Girls' Career
Club 45 Spanish Club 1,35 Wel-
Stein, Harry P.
'Wilmette: Baseball 1,2,3,45 Let-
ter 25 IM Swimming 35 Relay
Champs 35 Basketball 45 Illinois.
'Wilmette: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,35 Girls' Club
Charity Committee 25 Finance Com-
mittee 35 Representative 25 G.A.A.
Arrangements Committee 25 "Ameri-
can Way" 15 "Pinafore" 45 Opera
Group 45 Glee Club 35 Recorder
Group 45 News Staff 35 Inklings
Contributor 35 Dramatic Club 1,2,35
Musicale 15 Spanish Club 35 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 Service Club 3,45
0Glencoe: Glee Club 2,35 Junior
Music Club 15 Fisk University.
Storch, Clemens A.
0 "Clem," Kenilworth: Honor Group
15 Visual Education Staff 2,3,45
Baseball l,2,45 Tennis 45 IM Track
Relays 1,25 Champions 15 Basket-
ball 35 Tennis 3,45 Model Railroad
Club 3,45 Wrestling Club 3,45
Northwestern Technological Insti-
Stoker, Gloria V.
9 Wilmette: Art Academy.
Stowell, Frank H., Jr.
0 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,35 IM
Volleyball 25 Soccer 25 "Lagniappe"
35 "Gondoliers" 15 '6Iolanthe" 25
"Yeomen of the Guard" 35 "Pina-
fore" 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Band 15
Lens Club 25 Rifle Club 25 Senior
Music Club 3,45 Dartmouth.
Straus, Phillip B.
'Glencoe: IM Soccer 45 Cham-
pions 45 Lake Forest Academy
Sullivan, Bert 0.
0Kenilworth: Honor Group 1,25
Tri-Ship Representative 35 Dance
Committee 45 "Lagniappe" 45 Usher
Corps 3,45 Track Manager 15
Basketball 15 Aeronautics Club 15
Gavel Club 1,2.
Sutherland, Nancy E.
' '4Nonnie," Kenilworth: Student
Council Safety Committee 35 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Official Committee 45 Badge
3,45 Chevron 2,3,45 300-point Award
35 600-point Award 45 "Lagniappe"
35 "Pinafore" 45 Glee Club
2,35 Opera Group 45 Echoes Sen-
ior Section 45 Swing Club 15
Spanish Club 3,45 Broadcasting
Club 253,45 Program Committee 35
Service -Club 3,45 Social Chairman
45 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Corre-
sponding Secretary 45 Northwestern.
Suttle, Phillip M.
'Wilmette: Tri-Ship Dance Com-
mittee 3,45 "Lagniappe" Rehearsal
Committee 35 Usher Corps 3,45
Basketball 1,25 Letter 25 Football
45 Letter 45 IM Basketball 15 Soc-
cer 2,35 Basketball 4: Football 15
"Lagniappe" 45 Rifie Club 15 Span-
ish Club 35 Northwestern.
Swan, Charles J.
0 Glencoe: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 1,2545 Student Council De-
fense Department 2,3,4: Study Hall
Supervisor 45 Tri-Ship Service
Register 3,45 Dance Committee 25
Information Desk 45 Usher Corps
3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Letter 45
Baseball 1,2,45 Letter 25 IM Basket-
ball 1,2,3,45 Volleyball l,2,3,45
Champions 25 Cornell.
Taft, John A.
'Kenilworth: Honor Group 2,35
Student Council Exhibit Committee
I5 IM Soccer 25 Basketball 15 Vol-
leyball 25 Champion 25 Glee Club
1.25 News Staff 35 Boys' Career
Club 35 Travel Club 25 Latin Club
25 Geography Club 15 Stamp Club
35 Archaeology Club 25 North-
Talbot, Charles E.
9 Glencoe: IM Soccer 45 Champions
45 Orchestra 25 News Staff 15
Photography 15 Photography 1,2,35
Science Club 35 Boys' Career Club
35 Rilie Club 25 Hall Guard 3,45
Talbot, Joan J.
'Wilmette: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,3,45 Student Coun-
cil Study Hall Supervisor 3,45
"Gondoliers" 15 Orchestra 15 Glee
Club 2,35 Junior Music Club 15
Spanish Club 3,45 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Carleton.
Taradash, Roslyn E.
9 "Roz," Wilmette: Gavel Club 1,25
Spanish Club 35 Girls' Career Club
35 University of Southern California.
9 '4Stan." Wilmette: Honor Society
45 IM Soccer 35 School Champion
35 Swimming 35 "Yeomen of
the Guard" 35 "Pinafore" 45 Opera
Group 35 Choir 3,45 Glee Club 25
Ensemble 45 Aeronautics Club 25
Science Club 3: President 4: Ger-
man Club 45 President 45 Senior
Music Club 45 Evanston High 15
Terry, John E.
0"Jack," Winnetka: Honor Group
15 Swimming 1,25 Letter 25 IM
Soccer 1.2,35 Swimming 15 Basket-
ball 45 Stanford.
Thatcher, Walter E.
0 Winnetka: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,35 Student Coun-
cil Study Hall Supervisor 45 Base-
ball 2,3,45 Letter 25 IM Basketball
35 Soccer 35 Basketball Champions
15 IM Manager 1,2,35 Orchestra
1,25 Rilie Club5 Northwestern.
Thomas, Lee B.
0 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,2,35 IM
Handball 25 Basketball 35 Volley-
ball 15 Horseshoes 35 Yale.
Toel, Susan B.
"'Sue," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,35 Girls' Club Representative 25
Arrangement Head 45 Publicity
Committee 35 g'Lagniappe" 45 "Yeo-
men of the Guard" 35 "Pinafore"
45 Opera Group 3,45 Glee Club 152:
Choir 3,45 Ensemble 45 News Staff
35 Assistant Business Manager 35
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Spanish
Club 35 Senior Music Club 45
Toppen, William A.
'Wilmette: IM Soccer 25 Foot-
ball 25 News Photography Staif 1.
0 Glenview: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 3,45 Flower Tech-
nology High School 15 Kelvyn
'Wilmette: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,35 "Iolanthe" 25
"Yeomen of the Guard" 35 "Pina-
fore" 45 Orchestra 1,2,3,45 Musi-
cale 15 Northwestern.
Tuder, Rachel Ann
0 "Kitten," Winnetka: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 3,45 "Tavar-
ich" 45 Glee Club 2,45 Dramatic
Club 45 Lens Club 25 Service Club
3,45 Dramatic Club 45 Actors'
Guild 3,45 Girls' Career Club 3,45
Science Club 2,3,45 Ottawa Hills
High School, Toledo, Ohio 15 Shaker
Heights Junior High School, Cleve-
land, Ohio 25 Iowa State.
Turner, Marcia W.
'Winnetka: Glee Club 45 French
Club 35 Country Day 1,25 Sarah
Tuttle, Gay A.
'."Tut," Glencoe: Honor Group 2,35
Girls' Club Financial Committee 35
Representative 45 G.A.A. Represen-
tative 35 Glee Club 3,45 Echoes
Stall' 45 French Club 2,3-,45 Sei-vige
Club 45 Make-up Crew 3,45 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 Smith.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 3,45
Girls' Club Friendly Committee 35
News Stad 25 Echoes Photography
Staff 35 Art League 1,2,35 Span-
ish Club 2,3,45 Gavel Club 15 Musi-
cale 1,25 Girls' Career Club 3,45
Ilhlzake-up Crew 3,45 Quill Club 1,25
Unger, Ruth A.
'Wilmette: Bennet High School,
Buffalo, New York 1.
Uttenreuther, Robert J.
Van Horne, Betty
0 "Ebie," Glencoe: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group
1,2,35 Hockey 1,2,35 Volleyball 15
Vice-President 45 Recreational
Games Head 35 Social Committee 15
300-point Award 25 600-point Award
35 Numerals 15 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 "Pinafore" 45 Opera
Group 3,45 Glee Club 25 Echoes
Staff 35 Le Flambeau Staff 15 Musi-
cale 1,25 Girls' Career Club 35
French Club 2,35 Recital Group
Vasels, William B.
'Wilmette: Honor Group 2,35
Geography Club 1,2,3,45 Musicale
45 University of Chicago.
0 "Al," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,45 Tri-Ship Head Cheerleader 45
Executive Board 45 Interscholastic
Committee 35 Service Squad 1,2,35
Information Desk 45 Usher Corps
3,45 Swimming 15 Track 3,45 Ten-
nis 2,3,45 Cheerleader 1,253.45 Let-
ter 3,45 News Staff 3,45 Rifle Club
1,2,35 Team 2,35 South California.
von der Lippen, Jean
' Wilmette: Student Council Study
Hall Supervisor 3,45 Girls' Club
Represeneative Social Committee
Head 43 Class Prom Committee 33
Class Party Committee 23 Journal-
ism 13 Girls' Career Club 3,43
Spanish Club 33 Lawrence.
Wade, Martha J.
0Winnetka: G.A.A. 2,3,43 Social
Committee 43 Representative 43
Actors' Guild 1,2,33 "Lagniappe" 2g
Glee Club 2,3,43 News Staff 1,2,43
Recital Group 1,23 Science Club 13
Girls' Career Club 3,43 Swing Club
13 Spanish Club 3,43 Service Club
3,43 American Legion Contest 43
Wagner, Robert J.
Waldorf, Mary Louise
U Wilmette: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Study Hall
Supervisor 43 Student Relations
Committee 13 Girls' Club Financial
Committee 43 Speedball 1,43 La-
Crosse 1,23 Basketball 33 Sports
Board 43 Rhythms Head 43 300-
point Award 23 600-point Award 33
Numerals 13 Chevron 23 Junior
Music Club 13 Senior Music Club
2,3,43 Girls' Career Club 3,43 Duke.
Walgren, Howard L.
0"Howie," Winnetka: Tri-Ship
Service Command 3,43 Student Aid
Committee 2,33 Class Treasurer 13
Information Desk 43 Usher Corps
3,4Q Baseball 2g J. V. Football 43
Letter 43 IM Soccer 23 Rifle Club
Walker, Nancy H.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Hon-
or Group 43 Girls' Club Represen-
tative 4g Library Assistant 43 Sen-
ior Music Club 43 Musicale 43
French Club 43 Hyde Park High
School 1,23 Northwestern.
Walner, Carol M.
'Chicagoz Glee Club 2,33 Sacred
Heart Convent 1.
' Wilmette: Honor Groups 1,2,33
Honor Society 43 Texas University.
Walworth, James C.
0"Jim," Wilmette: Honor Groups
2,3,43 "Lagniappe" Executive Com-
mittee 43 "Yeomen of the Guards"
3g "Pinafore" 43 Glee Club 23
Opera Group 3,43 Choir 43 Dra-
matic Club 1,2,3,43 Stage Lighting
Crew 1,2,3,43 Co-head 2,33 Head 4.
Washburn, Patricia A.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 1,23
Spanish Club 33 Girls' Career Club
3g Social Committee 43 Colorado
Watkins, Myron H.
9"Mike," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Student Council Student Relations
Committee 23 Executive Secretary
War Department 43 Tri-Ship Repre-
sentative 1,2 3 Interscholastic Rela-
tions Committee 1,23 Service Regis-
ter 33 "Lagniappe" Production Staff
2g Rehearsals Director 33 Library
Assistant 2,33 Usher Corps 3,43
Assistant Head 43 Swimming 1,23
IM Soccer 43 Baseball 1,23 Basket-
ball 33 Tennis 2,33 Victory Award
23 Lens Club 1,2,33 Treasurer 33
Rifle Club 1,23 Badminton Club 2g
Boys' Career Club 3,43 Vice-Presi-
dent 43 Dartmouth.
Watson, Artemus D.
"'Art," Winnetka: T.N.T. 3,43
Honor Group 132,33 Tri-Ship Class
Chairman 33 Interscholastic Rela-
tion Assistant Head 43 Swimming
1,2,33 Letter 1,2,33 Baseball 1,2,33
Way, Patricia A.
0 "Pat," T.N.T. 43 Honor Group
3,43 Student Council Study Hall
Supervisor 1,3,43 Service Commit-
tee 33 Girls' Club Social Committee
23 Charity Committee 33 G.A.A.
Representative 33 Official Commit-
tee 43 Speedball 1,33 Hockey 23
Volleyball 1,33 Baseball 2,33 Basket-
ball 2,33 Chevron 13 Numerals 13
300-point Award 23 600-point Award
33 300-point Award 33 Official
Badge 33 "Lagniappe" 43 Echoes
Associate Editor 43 Editorial Staff
3,43 News Feature Staff 2,33 Ink-
lings Contributor 33 Spanish Club
3,43 Quill Club lg Broadcasting
Club 43 Girls' Career Club 3,43
President 43 Duke.
Weber, June C.
'Wilmette: G.A.A. 3,43 Speedball
2,33 Hockey 23 Baseball 23 Chevron
23 Numerals 23 300-point Award 33
Volleyball 23 "Pinafore" 43 Opera
Group 43 Glee Club 2,33 Recital
Group 2,33 German Club 2,3,43
Social Committee 33 Vice-President
43 Girls' Career Club 3,43 Carl
Schurz High School 1.
9 "Betsy," Glencoe: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Student
Council Study Hall Supervisor 13
Girls' Club Representative 43 Friend-
ly Committee 13 Arrangements Com-
mittee 33 G.A.A. Official 33 Editor
Le Flambeau 43 "Letters to Lucerne"
33 "Lagniappe" 33 Verse Speaking
Choir 2,3Q News Advertising Stall
13 Senior Section Echoes Staff 43
French Club 2,3,43 Secretary-Treas-
urer 33 Girls' Career Club 3,43 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Vassar.
Weisberg, Joan C.
9 Glencoe: G.A.A. 2,3,43 Hockey 23
Numerals 23 Chevron 23 300-point
Award 23 Echoes Staff 1,23 Lens
Club 1,23 Girls' Career Club 3,43
Service Club 3,43 Carleton.
0"Barbie," Wilmette: T.N.T. 3,43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1,23
Student Council Study Hall Super-
visor 43 Representative 33 Girls'
Club Representative 1,23 Magazine
Committee' 1,2,33 President 43
G.A.A. Social Committee 23 Ar-
rangements Committee 13 "Daddy
Longlegs" 13 "What a Life" 2:
Glee Club 1,2333 News Rewrite Staff
33 Dramatic Club 1.2,3,43 Social
Committee 33 French Club 33 Girls'
Career Club 3,43 Wellesley.
Wellin, Keith S.
0 Winnetka: Student Council War
Department 43 Tri-Ship Represen-
tative 1,23 Study Hall Supervisor
3,43 Class Prom Committee 33 IM
Football 23 Soccer 33 Band 1,23
Boys' Career Club 33 Citadel.
Wells, J. William
0Glencoe: Valley Stream Central
High School, New York l,2,33
Wells, Marilyn D.
'Wilmette: G.A.A. 2,3,43 Hlolan-
the" 23 "Yeomen of the Guard" 3:
"Pinafore" 43 Orchestra 1.2,3,43
Glee Club 1,23 Girls' Career Club
43 Musicale 1,43 Senior Music Club
Welter, Thomas J.
Wentz, Edwin R.
0 "Eddie," Wilmette: Echoes Art
Staff 23 News Cartoonist Staff 23
Inklings Contributor 23 A r t
League 13 Marine Corps.
' Glencoe: Ollice Staff 3,43 G.A.A.
Soccer 13 Latin Club 1,23 Musicale
1,2,33 Service Club 2,3,43 Quill Club
13 Girls' Career Club 33 Purdue.
0 Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,3,43 Student Coun-
cil Study Hall Supervisor 33 G.A.A.
Basketball 2,33 Tennis 2,3,43 Hockey
33 300-point Award 23 Numerals 23
Chevron 33 Oilicial 43 600-point
Award 43 "It Pays to Advertise" 33
Actors' Guild 43 News Stall 2,3,43
Debate Team 33 Secretary 33 Foren-
sic League 33 Gavel Club 3,43 Latin
Club 1,23 Spanish Club 2,33 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Musicale 43 Cur-
rent Events Club 33 Northwestern.
Westine, Mary E.
Weyl, Patricia A.
' "Pat," Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep-
resentative 23 Friendly Committee
43 "Lagniappe" 43 Costume Com-
mittee 43 Spanish Club 2,33 Girls'
Career Club 3,43 Swing Club 23
Registrars Oliice Staff 43 Evanston
High School lg Denison.
0 "Benny," Glencoe: Student Coun-
cil Social Committee 43 Girls' Club
Representative 13 Friendly Commit-
tee Head 43 Oliice Staff 3,43 G.A.A.
Swimming 33 "Lagniappe" Costume
Committee 33 Head 43 "Yeomen ot
the Guard" 33 "Pinafore" 43 Opera
Group 3,42 Glee Club 23 Echoes
Staff 43 Spanish Club 2,33 Girls'
Career Club 2,33 Swing Club 23
0"Fay," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,2,33 Student Council Finance Com-
mittee 2,3,43 Girls' Club Friendly
Committee 23 Finance Committee 33
G.A.A. Oflicial 33 "Pinafore" 43
Opera Group 43 Glee Club 2,33
Props 'Crew 2,3,43 News Staff 13
Dramatic Club- 2,3,43 Make-up
Crew 13 Science Club 1.33 Rifle
Club 1,23 Archeology Club 13
Actors' Guild 33 Musicale 1,23
Girls' Career Club 33 Northwestern.
Whiting, Thomas C.
0Winnetka: Football 1,2.3,43 Let-
ter 43 IM Basketball 1,2,3,43 Cham-
pion 13 Soccer 13 Volleyball 1,2,3,43
Golf 1,2,33 Rifle Club 1,2.
Wigglesworth, Ruth Ann
'K-enilworth: Girls' Office Staff
3,43 G.A.A. 3,43 Actors' Guild 3,43
Secretary 33 Glee Club 1,2,3,-1-3
Quill Club 13 Spanish Club 33
Girls' Career Club 3,43 Marymount.
9Chicago: Spanish Club 3,43
French Club 2,43 Girls' Career
Club 43 Pine Manor.
Willet, Robert L.
0 Glencoe: Football 13 IM Volley-
ball 1,2,3,43 Soccer 1,2,3,43 Base-
ball 1,2,3,43 Football 1.2,3,43 Rifle
Club 13 Boys' Career Club 33
Aeronautics Club 43 Army Air
'Kenilworth: Honor Society 43
Honor Groups 1,2,3,43 Study Hall
Supervisor 3,43 Student Council
Study Hall Committee 23 Girls'
Club Social Committee 33 Employ-
ment Committee 43 G.A.A. 3,42
Echoes Staff 43 French Club 3,43
Willis, William R.
Wisehart, W. Rennolds
9 "Ren," Wilmette: T.N.T. 43
Honor Groups 2,33 Student Council
Assembly Committee 33 Service De-
partment 33 Finance 33 Study Hall
Supervisor 43 Tri-Ship3 Interschol-
astic Relations Committee 33 Chair-
man 43 Library Monitor 33 Usher
Corps 33 "Lagniappe" Co-Director
43 Baseball 1,23 Glee Club 1,23
Echoes Stall 3,43 Business Manager
43 Badminton Club 1,23 Archaeology
Club 13 Northwestern.
Wolf, Harry H.
'Wilmette: Opera Group 43 Glee
Club l,2,33 Northwestern.
Wolf, John J.
0 Winnetka: IM Wrestling 43 Ping-
pong 1,2,3,43 Basketball 3,43 Horse-
shoes 3,43 Track 1.43 Handball 13
Soccer 1,2,3,43 Champions 2,33
Manager 1,2,3,43 Aeronautics Club
43 Civil Air Patrol 43 Debate Team
3,43 Letter 3,43 Dartmouth.
Wolff, Morton C.
9 Wilmette: IM Basketball 2,43
Wrestling 43 Tennis 3,43 Glee Club
1,23 Aeronautics Club 4.
W'ood, Fredrick Bartles
"'Bart," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep-
resentative 2,33 Club Room Commit-
tee 4: Class President 13 Informa-
tion Desk 43 Track 1,2,3,43 Letter
2,32 Football 1,23 Letter 23 Basket-
ball 3,43 Letter 43 Choir lg Dart-
Wood, George M.
' "Craig," Glencoe: Study Hall
Supervisor 43 Tri-Ship Representa-
tive 1,2,3,43 Club Room Committee
43 Information Desk 43 Track
2,3,43 Letter 23 Golf 2,3,43 Cap-
tain 43 Letter 2,3,43 IM Golf 1,23
Soccer 2,33 Track 1,23 Champions
23 Handball 1,23 Football 2,33
Basketball 23 Horseshoes 1.23 IM
Golf Champions 23 Props Commit-
tee 1.2333 Glee Club 1,23 News Staff
43 Illinois. ,
Wood, Marjorie G.
0 "Midge," Winnetka: Speedball
3,43 Volleyball 1.2,3,43 Baseball
1,2.33 Basketball 2,33 Illinois Speed-
ball Team 45 300-point Award 25
600-point Award 35 800-point Award
45 Numerals 25 Chevron 15 Offi-
cial 45 French Club 3,45 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 Cornell.
Woolson, June M.
' Winnetka: Glee Club 2,3545 Span-
ish Club 1,25 Verse Speaking Choir
Wright, Helen E.
0Glencoe: Glee Club 35 Girls'
Career Club 3,45 French Club 35
National College of Education.
Wright, Nancy E.
0 Winnetka: Honor Society 45
Honor Group 1,2,35 G.A.A. Social
Committee 45 'iYeomen of the
Guardv 35 "Pinafore7 45 Opera
Group 3,45 Glee Club 1,25 Junior
Music Club 2,35 President 35
French Club 2,3,45 Senior Music
Club 45 Vice-President 35 President
45 Le Flambeau Editor 4.
Wuegner, Nancy M.
0"Nan," Kenilworth: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1,2,35 G.A.A.
1,2,3,45 Speedball 35 300-point
Award 35 600-point Award 45
"Pinafore', 45 "Yeomen of the
Guard" 35 Opera Group 3,45 Glee
Club 25 News Staii 35 Gavel Club
25 Commerce Club 1,25 German
Club 2,35 Secretary 35 Girls' Career
Club 3,45 Gregg Business School.
0'4Pinkie," Glencoe: Girls, Club
Charity Committee 2,45 G.A.A.
Representative 15 Class Manager
Volleyball 3: Volleyball 2,35 La-
Crosse 25 Hockey 25 Social Com-
mittee 15 Chevron 15 Numerals 25
300-point Award 25 600-point Award
45 Actors' Guild 15 Echoes Staff
3,45 Girls, Career Club 3,45 Ben-
Wyman, Roberta Gay
0 "Bobby," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,2,35 Girls, Club
Representative 15 Publicity Com-
mittee 15 Charity Committee 35
G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 LaCrosse 15 300-
point Award 25 Chevron 15 Numer-
als 15 Social Committee 45 "Let-
ters to Lucerne" 35 "Lagniappe" 35
Verse Speaking Choir 3,45 Echoes
Senior Section Staff 45 Latin Club
15 Girls, Career Club 3,45 Dra-
matic Club 3,45 Broadcasting Club
Young, Margaret A.
9"Marge,', Wgiinnetkaz Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 3,45 Girls'
Club Representative 35 News Staff
45 Girls' Career Club 3,45 Spanish
Club 3,45 Service Club 3,45 Treas-
urer 45 Saint Scholastica 1,25 Mary-
0Wilmette: Office St.-ai 45 Glee
Club 2,35 Library Staff 45 Spanish
Club 3,45fGirls' Career Club 3,45
0 "Betsy," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Publicity Committee 3,45 Make-up
Crew 3,45 Service Club 3,45 Rifle
Club 1,45 Science Club 35 Art
League 3,45 Swing Club 2,
Youngquist, Albert D.
9 Wilmettez Football 25 IM Horse-
shoes 15 Champions 15 Golf 1,25
0Kenilworth: Girls' Club Repre-
sentative 35 Social Committee 35
Oliice Staff 45 Make-up Crew 3,45
Science Club 25 Art League 35
Girls' Career Club 3,45 Travel Club
25 Evanston High School 15
Zimmack, Harold L.
0 Winnetka: Baseball 1,2,45 Let-
ter 25 IM Football 1.
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