New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1945
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0 beautiful for spacious skies,
For amber waves of grain,
For purple mountain majesties
Above the fruited plain!
God shed his grace on thee
And crown thy good with brotherhood
From sea to shining sea.
O beautiful for pilgrim feet,
Whose stern, empassioned stress
A thoroughfare for freedom beat
Across the wilderness!
God mend thine every flaw,
Confirm thy soul in self control,
Thy liberty in law.
0 beautiful for heroes proved
In liberating strife
W ho more than self their country loved
ge And mercy more than life!
May God thy gold refine
Till all success be nobleness,
And every gain divine.
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Abeles, Alfred B.
Asplundh, Oswald E., Jr."
Augdahl, Arthur Jil:
Bachrach, Alan iz:
Bebas, Gustave CRI:
Brockman, ,Edward Jil:
Brooks, Stephen E.
Brown, John R.
Brown, Robert B.:f:
Brown, Roger Biz:
Cassell, William V' 31:
Clapper, Willarcl EFI:
Craig, Norman Liz:
Gallagher, Robert J.
Grosse, Francis Gil:
Haase, James WI.
Hall, Charles DFI:
Helke, Martin C.:3:
Hicks, Fred R.
Jones, Ralph K.
Kaye, Robert YV.
Kingsley, John III
McNulty, W. Philip HPI:
Mercer, Fielding Lil:
Mitten, William L.
Musson, James H.
Nilles, Richard B.
Phillips, John RSI:
Preston, lan Fil:
Robinson, Frank M.
Rowley, James V.:5:
Rudd, Robert J.
Simpson, Scott Sf:
Danner, Melvini: Kirschbraun, Jackif: Smedley, Francis C. S
Davey, James E. Kiviand, Georgei: Smith, Lynam AF:
Dewey, James Kraus, Donald Specht, Roberti:
Dietrich, Roberta: Kremer, Charles F. Stevens, Harriet JF:
Doty, John Aff: Kraft, Robert G.:7: Sullivan, Stewart P.
Drake, Eugenei: Lane, Gordon Swingley, Donald
Drake, Stafford W., Jrff: Lang, John Taber, Geraldi: E
Dundas, Robert LHWSOII, .l0hI1 H-:Zi Thatcher, Richardi: X
Eddy, Sprague? Lawton, James F. Washburne, Richard P. gg
Englghardt, jack Lindquist, Stepheni: Watt, Frank Ili: N
Fattler, Williami: Macomber, Donaldi: Wayt, Kennethi:
Fetcher, William Miz: Manning, Johns: Willianls, John Til: S
Foss, Arthuri: Marshall, Thomas Yvolff, James Dil:
Fread, Thomas M. Mathias, Richards: Wolff, Roberts:
Freeman, Jack McJunkin. Williaill Di: Wood, Richard Jil:
i:Died in service of their country. Yowell, John J' Jr'
This list of dead and missing was compiled by the Tri-Ship Club and is complete as of April 12, 1945.
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HI NNERS J ARCHOW KOHLER PUTNAM
O New Trier is famous throughout the
country as a high school, both for its scho-
lastic rating, and because of the type of stu-
dent it turns out. These honors are the direct
results of much hard work by the adminis-
tration and faculty.
Mr. Gaffney has been the principal for
the last fourteen years, and a large measure
of the credit for New Trier's position is due
directly to his unstinting effort.
Mr. Gaffney has been aided greatly by
Mr. W. L. Brown, Business Manager and As-
sistant Superintendentg Mr. H. H. Herron,
Registrar and Office Supervisor, Mr. F. A.
Kahler, Dean of Boys, Miss Helen H. Malon-
ey, Dean of Girls, and Mr. R. F. L. Biese-
meier, Superintendent of Buildings and
The thanks of the whole school should
also be extended to the Board of Education.
They furnish the contact between the school
and the villages, and are often instrumental
in introducing improvements in the school.
The Board includes Harold H. Anderson,
President, Ralph G. Hinners, Christian E.
Jarchow, Bert M. Kohler, and George W. Put-
BROWN HERRON BIESEMEIER
Class affairs and adviser room work are under the direction of the
adviser chairmen, who act as a link between the advisers and the deans.
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HAMILTON SHAW REILY HURST GRIN NELL VERNON MALONEY KAHLER
0 The Mathematics Department, under the
supervision of Mr. Snyder, was in full swing
this year. Since more students see the im-
portance of mathematics and are enrolling
in the Trigonometry, Slide Rule, Solid Ge-
ometry, and the regular General Math, Al-
gebra, and Geometry classes, the depart-
ment has been particularly busy this year.
They have managed to keep up their good
SNYDER ASCIIENBACII BEACH W0l'k-
BIRTMAN CATON EVANS FISH FUNKHOUSER GALLIE CRATER
HARPER J ONES SIMONDS SLEIGHT D. SMITH UDE WATERS
0 VV ith our country at war, the value
of a scientific background increases
every minute. The Science Department
this year, under Mr. Windoes, has en-
deavored to maintain its usual high
standards in all of the fields of science
and to acquaint the students with the
recent developments brought about by
F. WINDOES CHRISTENSEN CONDON EDWARDS
HOYT REAM REYNOLDS J. L. SMITH STEWART VAN DUERSEN VERNON
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HUTCHENS CARPENTER CLADER COOK DU RGIN HAMILTON E. KAHLER LEHMAN
LIGHTNER MAC LEAN PETERSON PIFER K. SMITH VLASTO WALKUP WHITE
WHITFIELD WILSON E. WINDOES WRIGHT STANWOOD CAVANAUGH THURMAN
THE ENGLISH DEPARTMENT
l The English curriculum is designed to provide
training and instruction in the arts of communication,
including literature and oral and written expression,
preparatory for college, a vocation, and life in general.
Mr. Hutchens is the department head.
0 The Dramatic Department, headed by Miss Elisa-
beth Stanwood, has passed another successful year.
Courses in Dramatics, Voice and Diction, Choric Verse
Speaking, and Radio Acting and Announcing were
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BIESEMEIER ARAM FEARHEILEY FLANINGAM LANDWER NICKELS SCHOENENBERGER HENDRICK
INDUSTRIAL ARTS DEPARTMENT
0 The Industrial Arts department offers courses in
shop work and mechanical drawing. Students plan-
ning an engineering career in college, as well as those
not expecting to enter college, will find these courses
designed to meet their needs. Mr. Biesemeier heads
0 The nurses in charge of the health department
are Mrs. Katharine Schoenenberger, R.N. and Mrs.
Lois Hendrick, R.N. This department has proven
through the years its invaluable assistance to the
school. The nurses give first aid to any accidents or
illnesses that occur during school hours and, also,
teach courses in physiology and Red Cross Home
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
0 Students who are interested in Social Studies have a variety of subjects to chose from, including An-
cient History, Sociology, Latin-American History, and Civics. This year the Stimson Award discussions
of current problems have been an important part of the work. Miss Ullrick is the head of the depart-
ULLRICK COBURN COLE CRITCHETT FRISBIE HURST' J. NAY
REILY SHEARER WALTZ L. WATERS WEHR WEILER
0 Many students took advantage of, and profited greatly by, the numerous commerce courses offered
this year. Practical experience in the business field was available in the Store Practice and Office Prac-
tice classes. Mr. Johnson is the able head of the Commerce Department.
JOHNSON FLEMINGTON GRINNELL HADDEN HENNINGSEN RAU REINHARDT THORNE
?v eign Zangu e
SMALL BECKER BRADY BREDIN
FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT.
0 The foreign language depart-
ment, under the head of Dr. Small,
offers Latin, German, French, and
Spanish. Interest in these subjects is
enhanced by the singing of native
songs and by learning something of
the music and customs of the coun-
try. In the Spanish section field trips
have been taken to Chicago's Span-
ish town. Many more students have
taken up foreign languages in view
of the coming international relation-
BREIDENBACH COCKRELL COLLINS DONHAM EISLER FLENTYE MC DOWELL
MOELLER MORRIS MUNDELL PAUL PRENDERGAST SHAW VOLMAN
A MUSIC DEPARTMENT
0 The Music Department, under the direction of Marian Cotton, offers many chances for a student
interested in choral work. Every year this department puts on a Christmas Concert and a Spring Con-
cert, in which all choral students take part. There is also an operetta given each year. This year's opera,
uThe Gondoliersw by Gilbert and Sullivan, was a great success. There are also special programs given
by the Choir and the Boys' and Girls' Ensembles for different organizations on the North Shore.
COTTON ANDERSON BRADBURN MAGES LAVERY PHILLIPS SCHUMACHER
2 dent. Courses in li-
ART DEPARTMENT . . . O N t 4 I .6
0 An unusually large registration in the art department tlns J dn I I
year has discovered exceptional art talent among the students.
In addition to the 1
regular work the stu-
dents have done for the
war effort, two adult
classes have been of-
fered in handicraft for
that division of the
Gray Lady Corps of the -1
MURPHY CASELLA HOLLAND LIBBEY HANSEN TODD
American Red Cross.
Home fcvnomim, Mamie fn tegfzation and Cqfetefzia
, ' Under the capable
direction of the head
librarian, Miss Libbey,
the library functions
if smoothly and is of
assistance to every stu-
brary practices may
LIGHTER LA METRE MOSCHEL KIDD ZIMMERMAN ROBSON
HOME .ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
0 The Home Economics Depart-
ment, headed by Mrs. Lighter, offers
a variety of courses, which includes
Interior Decoration, Consumer Edu-
cation, Foods, and Clothing. In these
classes, students learn the art of in-
terior decorating., the use of discre-
tion and judgment in buying, the
planning and cooking of meals, and
the skills of sewing.
0 Music Integration combines mu-
sic with academic subjects, enlighting
and enriching certain phases. Stu-
dents in English, history, science, and
foreign language classes profit from
the work of Mrs. Kidd and Miss Zim-
merman. Music Integration activities
include the Recorder Group, the Mu-
sicale Club, and Concert Series.
be elected by those in-
terested in this work.
0 Despite the food and help short-
ages, Miss Robson and her staff did
a truly magnificent job this year in
providing our lunch hall with its good
Key! Pls qtfical fducation
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
0 New Trier's physical education department since
the first week following Pearl Harbor has operated a
rigorous program for the boys in preparation for
further training in the arlned forces. Under the capable
directioll of Mr. Childs, the prograln includes: work
on the commando course, conditioning program in
South Gym, apparatus work, tumbling, wrestling, and
boxing in the main gym, soccer and swimming.
All boys were ntimedi' on the commando course
and then grouped in MA," NB," and 64C,' sections
according to their abilities.
The program is being constantly revised and im-
proved. The only new activity added this year was
boxing, which proved to be very popular.
CHILDS ALSTROM CLAUSEN CRAMLET
FRANTZEN JACKSON LAUER SHOWLEY
Q I ' Pla zpical fducation
BOULTON ABBOTT EBENER GILBERT
KING VEACH WELLS
THE OFFICE STAFF
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
0 The program for Girls' Physical
Education, headed by Miss Boulton
is very extensive and is based on
growth and development of the stu-
dents. This program emphasizes fit-
ness, fun, and facing the future. The
girls acquire a sense of fair play, a
respect for other people, and the
responsibilities of good citizens in
0 The efficiency and competency in the operation of our school would he greatly
impaired if it were not for the excellent work of the office staff. This staff works in the
various school offices and is responsible for student records and credit transcripts, for
program changes., attendance, the school calendar and scheduling of school events, mim-
eographing, secretarial work, and many other jobs. The office staff is under the direc-
tion of Mr. Herron, Registrar.
BESS DALGETY ELMGREN D. HENDRICKS F. HENDRICKS HOLZINGER
KOLL E. NAY PARKER WEISE I WRIGHT
+ office Staff
O The library assistants are a group of students ,
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who voluntarily give about one period a day to help
in the library. Without the help of this valuable
corps the library would not be able to function as 5? R if if ,, y
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VISUAL EDUCATION S
0 Mr. D. Smith and his student helpers did a line
job during the year by running the educational
movie films for the various clubs and classes.
Row 1: Reebie, Hopkins, Davis, Vaughan, Spink.
Row 2: Gordon, Macdonald, Spitz, Birks, McEwan, Jahannesen.
Row 3: Abrams. Rider. Ward, Thompson, Janney. Bulley, Mc-
STUDENT GIRLS' OFFICE STAFF
Row 1: Paddock, VanEsso, Lisberg, Zidek, Keller, Barnes, Sea-
Row 2: Humphrey, Swindill, Carey, Drew, Fried, H. Eisenberg,
Row 3: Smith. Russell, Rux. Nutini, Burleigh, Harmos. Wille.
0 The girls in the Registrar's Office have done a splendid job this school year. They not only re-
ceived training, but also performed a valuable service to the school. Mr. Herron is in charge of the
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0 There are seventy-five Senior, Junior, and
Sophomore girls in Service Club. These girls per-
form a valuable service to the school by assisting in
the Nurses, office and giving special help at the time
of the T. B. testing and X-raying. To join the club,
one has to be recommended by her advisor. After
completing the Red Cross Home Nursing Course, the
girls are assigned to the Nurses' office.
Row 1: Marmaduke, Odh, Main, Heller, Ballantyne. Duvall, Mc-
Quide, Hobbs, Huyler, Eberle, Ritter, Smith, Shinnick,
Row 2: R. N. Hendrick, Daugherty, Hellstrom, Becker, Guthridge.
Hutzmann, Borland, Halper, Engels, Hanson, Gudbrand-
sen, Hammerman, Torrey, R. N. Schoenenberger.
Row 3: Hicks, Benson, Hathaway, Clark, Mead, Lind, Bartlett,
Murphy, Talley, McCabe, Swrner. Peterson. Glezen,
Genge, S. White.
STUDENT GIRLS' OFFICE STAFF
Row 1: Lund, Savage, Becker, Main, Moore, Hawkins, Brown,
Row 2: Rice, Kalmes, Hamza, Leahy, Smith, Turskay, Torry,
Row 3: Salmon, Mawicke, Carlson, Mann, Vedder, Ely, Peter
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0 This year, the committees of Student Council
have done outstanding jobs. The War Department,
with the aid of the student body, undertook to sell
enough bonds to purchase a B-29, thus setting a
goal of S600,000. With the contribution of a
Chicago corporation added to the 3895,776.75
which New Trier itself obtained, we came out with
the startling sum of 8Bl,395,776.75 in thirteen
days. In addition, the War Department has done
a fine job on organization so that the students
may huy war stamps each week in their advisor
VAN DEURSEN HADDEN WEHR
Jones, Burns, Calvi, Adams.
P. Treveiler. Schmidt, R. Treveiler, Street, Middleton, Pearson. Carney. Davis.
S. Schumacher, Jeangerard, Michinard, Leonard, Vaughan, Robertson, Weldon, Yowell. Bray.
M. Schumacher, Garrett, Bushman, Sherman, Redding, Murray, Brown, White, Tinsley.
FIRST SEMESTER STUDY HALL
Kieft, Darley, J. Williams, Wheeler. McMahon, Middleton, McDonnell, Ritter. Smith, Huyler. Clark. Anderson, Mercer
McKeldin, Campbell. Mcliearnan, Brower. Bahr, Van Zuylen. Grauer, Jacob, E. Fox, Wagener. K. Fox. Montrose. Knight
Olson, Hartmann, Keller. Farrington, Parsons. Sherwin. Baldwin. Townsend. Kletzien. Mills, Clarke. Anderson.
SECOND SEMESTER STUDY HALL
Steele, Jirgal, Olson, Crowell, Cook, Price, Pearson, Merrifield, Tinsley, Lawson, Donaldson, Guthridge, Hurlbut, Bea
ven, Lowe, Fox, E., McNulty. .
Wagener, Wood. Sutherland, Campbell, Penberthy, Jannotta, Gentles, Adams, Coulter, Treveiler, P.. Reece, Kelg, Rit
Michinard. Anderson, Carney, Thompson. Clarke. Davis. Kearney. Hughes. Long. Swanson, Moyer. Keefe. Farrington
Student Cvllncif ccomo
Another of Council's big problems has been the
cleaning up of the mess hall after the lunch pe-
riods. By careful planning, a system was devised
in which each table is assigned to certain students
who are to see that it is kept clean. Although, the
results are not perfect, definite progress has been
made in the right direction. The honor system,
contrived to decrease cheating, has been one of
Council's biggest jobs. In this system each student
signs his name and thus pledges himself not to
cheat on exams. Combined with these important
jobs, Council has sponsored the honor study halls
which have now become a permanent part of New
Trier. On the entertainment side has been the
Hobby Show which was held on April 285 the pur-
pose of this show is to interest others in hobbies
and to give students a chance to exhibit outstand-
ing collections. Very successful this year was the
sale of Activity Ticketsg 9270 of the student body
purchased these tickets this year. The contribu-
tions of Student Council are of great value and
their importance cannot be overestimated by those
who are in any way associated with New Trier.
Row 1: Riggs, Murray, Schumacher, Stackhouse, Gilbert, P. Treveiler, Tinsley, Sherman, McMlarry
Row 2: Steele, Schmidt, Proudfoot, R. Treveiler, Townsend, Carney, J. Middleton, A. Middleton.
Row 3: Ward, Williams, Gruthridge, Simpson, Michinard, Fox, Olson, Burns.
Row 1: Wessel, Fry, Jones, Goldberg, Dearborn, Dempsey, Weber, Brooks, Lovurine, Adler, Brown, Paidar, Schaeffer, Piner, Heston, Genge,
Row 2: Gunther, Christenson, Shinnick, Gram, Korth, Gill, Bond, Jorgenson, Frazier, Benson, Mann, Schoeneck, Collins, Glezen, Porter, Rib-
lett, Greenhalgh, Peterson, Altiilisch.
Row 3: Phelps, Kadyk, Stackhouse, Hemphill, I-lellstrom, Christensen, Sigel, Stein, Johnson, Showers, Long, Buena, Blackwell, Clarke, McCon-
nell, Janis, Freyer, Fox, Henderson.
Row 1: Smith, Kearney, Warfield, Maeser, Lersch, Rosberg.
Row 2: Olson, Frey, Edgerton. Workman, Toeppen, Boesch, Bratschi.
Row 3: Stackhouse, Henkle, Chace, Henning,
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Junior Class Cha riman
Sophomore Class Chairman
Freshmen Class Chairman
0 The Tri-Ship Club, winding up its
twentieth year of service, has pre-
sented a varied and extensive pro-
gram of activities. Through these ac-
tivities, the club has tried to foster its
ideals of fellowship, sportsmanship,
and citizenship among every boy at
The activities sponsored by the
club that were carried out this year
include the Parents, Day Football
Game, the five popular Tri-Ship
Dances, the annual student talent
show 6'Lagniappe," the Mother and
Son Banquet, and the Homecoming
Football Game. In cooperation with
the newly formed Dads' Club, Tri-
Ship also sponsored the Football Ban-
quet and the Spring Athletic Banquet,
and along with Student Council it
sponsored the Hallowe'en Party. Tri-
Ship has also presented to every
freshman boy a booklet in order to
acquaint him with the many organi-
zations of the club.
In the nation's war effort, the club
aided the Christmas Stocking Drive
for hospitalized servicemen, the
Scrap Drives in the villages, the
French Clothing Drive, and the Red
Cross Drive. It has also handled the
Scrap Paper and Tin Can Salvage
drives in school.
This year, the club has endeavored
to keep up to date the two large serv-
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Row l: Lauer, Stein, Bowler, Thompson, Hunt, Hilton, Weiss, Chace, Carney, Underwood, Lashmet, Edgerton, Mills, Eckhart. Pethbone
Mayer, Bowser, Knupfer, Blackburn, Lewis, Lepman, Pearson.
Row 2: Wall, Rockcastle, Bratschi, Simpson, K. Fox, Lockyer, Scott, J. Smith, Kletzien, Cutler, McGanney, Hildretli, Moyer, Martin, Adams
Hughes, Farrington, Mergner, Brown.
Row 3: Michinard, Merrifield, Weldon, Trevelier, Jacky, Gentles, Jannotta, Stackhouse, Bushnell, Lersch, McNulty, Lowe, McKe:1rnan, Bray
Henning, Beebe, Rogers, Anderson, Rice.
Row 1: Harrison, Crane, Hammond, Hartray, Kurschner, Shannon, Steele, Brenchley, Rich, Wright, Baur, Burr.
Row 2: Hunt, Bethke, Watkins, Parsons, Gentles, McConnell, Tucker, Atcheson, Rice, Carlson, Little.
Row 3: Adams, Hunt, Thompson, Clarke, Carpenter, Kearney, McGanney, Lashmet, Fried, Taylor, Henning.
Row 1: Wagener, Gentles, Penberthy, Bushnell, Yowell, Coulter, E. Fox, H. Fox, Adams, Bray, Stackhouse, Brower, P. Treveiler, Grauer.
Row 2: Hem1ing, Simpson, Jarchow, Moyer, Steingraber, Ellis, K. Fox, I-Iosbein, Harrison, Kilner, Pearson.
Row 3: Scott, Mergener, Anderson, Kearney, Miller, Proudfoot, Davis, Chace, Lashmet, Clark, Kletzein.
Row 1: Gudbrandsen, Hicks, Moore, Moeller, Duncombe, Eberle, Everham.
Row 2: Lashmet, Edgerton, Treveilier, Simpson, Black, Tuteur.
Row 3: Ramsey, Stein, Coulter, Boothe, Hefter, Fender.
ice boards containing the names of all alumni in
the armed forces and the memorial plaque in hon-
or of alumni lost in action. This has been accom-
plished through the Service Register Committee
and with the help of the community. Among the
other service organizations furnishing the school
with assistance are the Usher Corps, the Door and
Hall Guards, the Information Desk Staff, the Li-
Row 1: Schapen, Nicholson, J. Martin, Kirschbraun, I-I. Martin.
Row 2: McNulty, Maloney, Hosbein, Seaberg.
brary Monitors, the Attendance Collectors, the
Traffic Squad, the Cheerleader Squad, a newly
formed Freshman Boys' Group, the Class Chair-
men System, and the Advisor Room Representa-
A great deal of credit should go to the club
sponsor, Mr. Frisbie, for the hard work and time
he devoted to the cluh.
Row 1: Callaway, Crowell, Basquin, Northrop.
Row 2: Cannon, Hancock.
Row 1: McNulty, Liepold, Lyford, Kilner, Stackhouse.
Row 2: Gentles, Pearson, Harrison, Mayer, I-Iosburn, Jacky.
Row 1: Bahr, Crowell, Fraser, Lersch, Hunt.
Row 2: Bruno, Callaway, Treveiler, Basquin, Sholten.
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0 mam purposes of Girls Club are to provide de-
serving girls with scholarships and to help the girls of New
e better friends. This year the oilicers and board
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were glad they could help carry out the aims of
, but know that this could not have been done
help of every girl.
Our vice-president and her committee put on the largest
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rive yet, and a large sum of money for scholar-
ships went into our fund. The Financial Committee made new
ling hot-dogs at football games. The job of the
GIRLS' CLUB BOARD
TI' ea. Sllfel'
Keeper of the Book
Employment Committee has been even greater
since the war. First, semester they filled 170 jobs.
The Arrangements Committee kept our clubroom
A new member, Keeper-of-the-Book, was add-
ed to the board. The book is a beautiful one from
and everyone had lots of fun. The Charity Com-
mittee in conjunction with Tri-Ship handled many
drives such as the Red Cross Drive, Clothes for
European Refugees, and filling of stockings for
servicemen at Christmas. Charity committee cor-
responds with the newly adopted son of Girls'
s Club. He is a boy of twelve in England that the
Miss Packer in which a record of Girls Club is
to be kept. This year all information on the pre-
ceeding years had to be found and entered. The
Friendly and Social Committees were kept busy
by giving the Friendly Banquet, Freshmen-Senior
Party, Senior Suppers, and the Father-Daughter
Dinner. These social gatherings were a success
club is supporting.
Without the Publicity Committee the Girls'
Club events could not have been so successful.
The members of this committee made banners
and posters to publicize our many and varied
GIRLS, CLUB REPRESENTATIVES
Row 1: Fish, Murphy, Garrett, Murphy, Kraetsch, Billow, Culbertson, Peaster, Hobbs, Keller, Eagan, Ilawkins, Reize, Campbell, Miller, Loewe.
Row 2: deTarnowsky, Elmer, Collins, Droegemueller, Moritz, Lloyd, Ingwersen, Curtiss, Taylor, Hammerman, Dallas, Ballantyne, Gimse,
Moeller, Duncombe, Brown.
Row 3: Hollingbery, Williamson, Hathaway, Spiesman, Vaughan, Branch, Jones, Talley, Krause, Gosling, Coltman, Monk, Vandercook, Ekholm,
Lips, Wakeley, Flanagan, Maurer.
GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEE
Buhai. Halldorson, Davis. White, Himmel, Shinnick, Persson, Schumacher, Curtiss, Drucker, Reebie, Trautwein, Norris, Williams,
Seder, Rand, Cederberg, Brooks, VanZuylen, Everham, Huyler, Smith, Duvall, Adler, Hirsch, Engelhard, Barthell, Berlin, Murphy,
Eagan, Killian, Becker, Hawkins, Donaldson, Frazier, Allrich.
Hicks, Beerling, Campbell, Wilson, Gallaway, McCarthy, Adams, Curtis, Kemp, Frazier, Harris, Ward, Bauer, Wilson, Linde, Drew,
Warden, Middleton, Seely, Kennedy, Dallas, Lloyd, Sinclair, Molner, Leathers, Dodge, Schumacher, Cory, Peterson.
Ingwersen, Williamson, Hathaway, Rye, Bond, Wi'son. Hozlingshead, Krause, McCabe, Moore, Mead, Drake, Johnson, Parsons, Vedder,
Heller, Hackett, Ellis, Chrisman, Ward, Hurlbut, King, I-Iypes, Ferguson.
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0 The Echoes staff of 194-5 and its assistants have endeavored to place
between the covers of Echoes a record of all the events which the walls and
halls of New Trier have witnessed this year. The staff was headed by Editor-
in-chief Les Rogers, Jr., Associate-Editor Ruth McCabe, Business Manager
Ray Bratschi. Special recognition should go to tl1e Senior Section Editor,
Joanne Hammermang Snapshot Editors, James Keefe and Roger White,
and the Echoes Photographer, Dave Lowe, for their service to Echoes.
Dave and his assistants did a fine job of taking all the group pictures, ex-
Mr. Holland, Mr. Waters.
cept the largest, in this year's Echoes. The work
of Dick Martin., Art Editor and his staff has been
greatly appreciated. Appreciation is extended also
to Gene Lerach, Sports Editor, for his outstanding
piece of work.
Mr. Waters and Mr. Holland deserve a lot of
credit for their assistance with our yearbook.
Echoes couldn't have been completed without the
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help of these two faculty sponsors.
A word of thanks goes to Mr. Bernie for the
senior class, under class officers, faculty, and the
largest group picturesg to the Pontiac Engraving
and Electrotype Company for the engravingg to
the Lloyd Hollister Publishing Company who
printed the Echoesr, and to L. A. Holum and Sons
Co., for the fine covers for our annual.
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Stackhouse, Hosbein, Rogers, Tucker, Yntema.
Bird, Martin, Green.
Row 1: Broadhurst, Brunn, McCabe, Jackson.
Row 2: Lersch, Bushnell, Merrifield, Glezen.
Row 1: Benson, Bohne, Hammerman, B. Smith.
Row 2: Krensky, Knapp.
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0 This year, the News has taken a leading part in placing before
the students the question of three hour exams, as well as featuring
frequent editorials on cheating, the Evanston-New Trier inter-
school relationship, and greater participation in the school war
Under the capable and untiring work of Edith Wells, the editor,
and the staff, the New Trier students responsibilities towards his
school and country have been given special emphasis. Among the
interesting features offered this year were the popular 4'lVIeet
series, various other columns, and the uBehind the Scenesv arti-
Row 1: Perry, Taylor, Ward,
Wells, McNeill, Blaze
Row 2: Martin, Lewis,
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This year's stalf included Edith Wells, Editor-in-Chiefg Violet
Ward, Associate Editor, Jordan Lewis, Sports Editor, George
Bushnell, News Editorg Barbara McNeill, Feature Editorg Judy
Perry, Copy Desk Editor, Jackie Harris, Re-write Headg Shyrl
Blaise, Advertising Manager, Dick Martin, Art Editor, Nancy
Windes, Business Manager, and Pat Taylor, Circulation Manager.
Macdonald, Cady, Morrill,
Ward, Yust, Butler, Randan.
Donaldson, Loewe, Sieck,
Schultz, Shinnick, Greller.
Coulter, Lloyd, Yowell, Flana-
Knapp, Segil, Crane, Farr,
COPY DESK REWRITE
McMaster ftyping heady,
Riggs, Duvall, Everham,
Coleman, Harris, Van Winkle,
Davis, Canfield, Marx.
Dale, McMahon, Gill, Broman,
Duncombe, Fisher, Nicholson,
J. Williams, Stevens, Tourte-
lot, Martin, Ward, Benge.
Miller, Taylor, J. Martin, W
Jarchow, Pierce, S. Garden.
Row 1: Fisher, Schultz,
Row 2: Branch, Coleman,
0 Each year the students of New Trier display their writing ability
through essays, verse, poems, and short stories in the annual literary maga-
zine, Inklings. The members of the staff are chosen for their good judg-
ment and general English competence. Together with the sponsor, Mr.
Peterson, this staff selects what they consider the finest of the many prof-
fered works. The Art Department under Miss Murphy provides excellent
drawings and illustrations.
Inklings is a magazine of which we may well be proud. Some students
are given a chance to display their creative abilityg others find experience
in the publishing of a magazineg and the entire school enjoys their com-
0 Under the competent direction of Miss Stanwood
and Mr. Coburn, four entertaining and successful
plays were presented this school year. The produc-
tions of the season were 46Pomander Walk," "Dear
Octopus," and HA Connecticut Yankee in King Ar-
thur's Court." The senior play '6The Copperhead"
was a grand climax to one of the finest dramatic
years New Trier has ever known.
The New Trier Dramatic Club is one of the
school's most well known organizations. By partici-
pating in one of the four major plays, a student be-
comes a member of the Dramatic Clubg he is then
entitled to attend all the regular meetings held
throughout the year. These meetings are interesting
and thoroughly enjoyableg new members are taken
in, programs presented, and refreshments served.
Those in the Dramatic Club are not only honored by
being granted membership but are also part of a
very vital organization. The officers were Bruce
Plumer, president, Holgar Stockholm., vice-president,
and Anne Curtiss, secretary.
The Broadcasting Club consists of a group of
students who are interested in learning the tech-
niques of directing and acting with a microphone.
The members, with their own studio and control
room, produce plays with the rest of the club acting
as an audience. Mrs. Cavanaugh is the faculty sponsor
of this organization.
The Actors, Guild of New Trier offers valuable
dramatic experience to its members. The officers of
this club are Al Augur, president, Janet Williams,
vice-president, and Leontine Jameson, secretary. In
order to become a member of Actors, Guild one
must take part in one of the numerous short plays
given after school. These plays are often stepping-
stones to parts in major productions and offer good
instruction and experience to the participants.
VERSE SPEAKING CHOIR DRAMATIC BOARD
Row 1: Curtiss, Bazelon, Weise, Bauer, Schildburg, Berlin, Row 1: Brunn, Carpenter, E. Smith.
Row 2: Bushnell, Stein, Plumer.
Row 2: Mrs. Thurman, Crane, Clingman, Bond, Lloyd, Martin,
Row 3: Metzger, Burch, Sawle, Cooper, Thiessen, Hoffmann,
Row 1: Roos. Stein, J. Eisenberg,
Row 2: Brenchley, Clarke, Page, Crane,
Row 1: Fender, Boothe, Griffen. Elia.
Row 2: Belna Drechsler, Seashore,
SENIOR MAKE-UP CREW
Dule, Frazier, Moore, Krause, Smith
Below, Brunn, I-Iammerman, Rother
mel, Taylor, Mendelsohn, Smithers
Mink, Cunningham. Glaeser, Chap
man, Benson. Berlin.
JUNIOR MAKE-UP CREW
Hawkins, Murphy, Gadske, Hall-
steen, Becker, Cowhill, Queenan.
King, Pooley, Fulton, Miller, Boothe
Gridley, Parsons, S. Sherman, Wil
Wilson. Dawson, Brady, Johannesen,
A. Sherman, Blll'Cl'l, Cl13.SE.
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The light crew, headed by Mr. Jones, creates all lighting effects on the
stage very often setting the mood of a play. Proper lighting does away with
monotony and helps to establish realism. The stage crew, working with Mr.
Harper, builds all sets and changes scenery during performances and to-
gether with the light crew is indispensable in the production of any
play. The boys of the stage and light crews devote much time and effort
to their work and deserve more recognition and praise than they ordinarily
The make-up crew helps the actor to create his character for the
audience, the props crew takes charge of costumes and properties which
the actor uses on the stage and helps the stage crew when a scene is
shifted. Thus these crews help to establish reality for those who
the play. Members of these crews derive pleasure from the interesting
as well as the knowledge that they are aiding in the successful prom
of a play.
The Verse Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Thurman, has earned a
fine reputation for itself along the North Shore. This Choir is a group
that studies the interpretation of poetry and recites, in unison, these
poems. Through such work, the choir members gain a deeper appreciation
and understanding of all types of Verse, in addition, much is learned from
the valuable experience of working cooperatively in a large group.
Smith, Segil, Mendelsohn, Jensen,
Hammerman, McQuide, Hirsch, Mac-
donald, Daggett, Adler, Mink, Piner.
Jameson, Schreiber, Dawson, Boothe,
Hicks, Butler, Lloyd, Court, Linde-
man, Meyer, Rice, Mead, Chapman,
Pavlik, Hammerman, J.
Loewe, Peterson, Williams, Jung,
0'Neil, Roe, Horn, Augut, Pope,
Black, Paddock, Davis, Vernon,
D u n n , Mendelsohn, Hammerman,
Spiegel, Segil, Becker, Heller, D.
Rosenberg, Ball, Dawson.
R. Rosenberg, Liepold, Johnson,
Lloyd, Van Winkle, Leonard, Weise,
Lewis, Daggett, Donian, Loewe,
Schildberg, Hicks, Segil, Heston,
Smith, Weisman, Metzger, Dallas.
Watkins, Heston, Smith, Sherman,
Figley, Ward, Fisher, Darley, Brown,
McQuide, Duvall, Gadske, Clingman,
Carpenter, Hammerman, B r u n n ,
Row 2: Ball, Williams, Butler, M a r tin , Row 3:
Moore, Krause, Gosling, Court, Baze-
lon, Lloyd, Bond, Gill, Pearson,
Vernon, Kirchberg, Paulick, Dennett,
Copello, Ramsey, Lewis, Jirgal,
Thompson, Sigel, Ettelson, Vasels,
Long, Proudfoot, Pope, Townsend,
Bushnell, Black, Stockholm, Rogers,
Schultz, Plumer, Sharp, Rosenberg,
POMANDER WALK CAST
John Sayle, 10th Baron Otford ...... John Townsend
Lieut. The Hon. John Sayle, R.M...George Bushnell
Admiral Sir Peter Antrobus ....
Jerome Bl'00kE-h0SkyIl, ESQ.
The Rev. Jacob Sternroyd, D.D., F.S.A.
Mr. Basil Pringle ..............
Jim ..... ........ . .
The Eye sore ...............
Madame Lucie Lachesnais ....
Mlle. Marjolaine Lachesnais...
Mrs. Pamela Poskett ..........
Miss Ruth Pennymint .......
. . . .Richard Ettelson
. . . .Douglas Ogilvie
. . . . .Robert Clarke
. . , .Gustav Spero
. . . . .Susan Schreiner
. . . .Francine Becker
. . . .. ...Patricia Gill
Miss Barbara Pennymint ........... Virginia Gosling
The Hon. Caroline Thring .....
Nanette ............. . ......
. Joanne Hammefman
. . ...Virginia Vernon
Jane ..................... .......... J ane Figley
Prompter . . .
.....Mary Louise Kerr
DEAR OCTOPUS CAST
Charles Randolph ................... Allin Proudfoot
Dora Randolph ., ...... Ellen Smith
Hilda Randolph .... ...Donna Bazelon
Margery Harvey ., ...... Ruth Fisher
Cynthia Randolph ...... Whiting Smith
Nicholas Randolph .,.. .,.. G ordon Anderson
Their Grand Children-
Hugh Randolph .............. A. Robert Treveiler
Gwen fFlouncyj Harvey .... Margaret Mary Dunn
William CBillJ Harvey .................. John Ball
Kathleen fScrapJ Kenton ........ Carol F. Strauss
Belle Schlessinger, Their Sister-In-Law
Edna Randolph, Hugh's Mother ........... Joy Brunn
Laurel Randolph, Hugh's Wife ........., Joyce Martin
Kenneth Harvey, Margery's Husband. .William Black
Grace Fenning, Dora's Companion ...... Lilla Heston
Nanny, A Nurse ........................ Nancy Gunn
Gertrude, A Parlour Maid ..........., Shirley Butler
Assistants to the Director
........Francine Becker and Barbara June Weise
A CONNECTICUT YANKEE IN
KING ARTHUR'S COURT
Henry Bennett ........
King Arthur . ..
Marian Bennett . . .
Mrs. Bennett ....
Elaine ............ .
, . . .Rollin Thompson
. . . . .Allison Augur
. . . ,Mary Lou Loewe
. . . . . .Barbara Burns
. , . . .Mary Englehard
Morgan Le Fay .. .,.. Margaret Mary Dunn
Sandy ........... ...... E nid Hammerman
Joey Shanks .... . .
Grandma Perley ..
Captain Hardy . ..
Milt Shanks ....
Sue Perley . ..
Sam Carter ....
Madeline King ..
Dr. Randall ......,
Assistants to the Direcwr
. . . .Jerry Ketcham
Mary Lou White
. . . .Rankin Lashmet
. . . .Louis Carpenter
Lester Rogers, Jr.
. . . . . . .Kent Yowell
. . . .Roy Rosenberg
. . . . .Harriet Darley
. . . . . .Robert Clarke
Barbara June Weise
. . . . . .Davis Baldwin
....Ruth McCabe, Whiting Smith and Susan Moore
0 Enrollment in the music department set a
new record this year. Due to the large number of
students, it was necessary to add a third glee club.
The first major project undertaken was the
Christmas Concert, a gala event. Participating
were the ensembles, choir, opera groups, glee
clubs, and choruses. Immediately after tl1e holi-
days work was begun on uTl1e Gondoliersf' the
Gilbert and Sullivan operetta to he given. A
double cast was used which included the follow-
ing: The Duke of Plazo-Toro-David Hill, George
Hinners, Luiz-Bill Cries, Jim Sharpe, Donald
Bolero-Robert Edwards, Bruce Plulner, Roger
Anderson, Marco-Bill Fraser, Bernard Bernardi,
Guiseppe-John Townsend, Byron Warnes, An-
tonio-Roger Johnson, Louis Carpenter, Fran-
cesco-Burdett Martin, Giorgio-Richard Lie-
pold, Herbert Herrick, The Duchess-Ellen Smith,
Susan Moore, Casilda-Mary McMahon, Diana
Moon, Giametta-Patsy Paulick, Marianna Hahl,
Tessa-Sue Loucks, Allis Dennett: Fiametta-
Patricia Lord, Harriet Darley, and Vittoria-Le-
ona Berlin, Anne Curtiss.
Schreiner, Ickes, Moore, M., Moon, Anderson. Darley. McQuide, Hassan, Lord, Main. Berlin, Hahl, Dennett. Kirchberg, Jameson, Lutz.
Fish, Lawson, Smith, Murray, Donian, Bennett, Figley.
Seeley, Greene, Martin. Bray, Pfutzenreuter, Norris, Kelley, Moore. S.. Loucks, Loeffell, Talley. Middleton. Smith, Wire, Vernon, Curtiss,
Guthridge, McMahon, Ramsey, Edwards, Whitehead, Paxton, Zidek.
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ensembles, directed by Mrs. Cotton and Miss
Anderson, and the a cappella choir, under
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Row 1: Herlocker, Wheeler, Noonan, Martin, Brown, Greene, Seeley,
Paxton, Whitehead, Zidek, Ramsey, Allen, Scott, Clark.
Row 2: Little, Warnes, S ero, Sharp Gries, Bra . Edwards Fender
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Johnson, Bauman, Campbell, Plumer, Hildreth, ilndrews,
Row 3: Liepold, Galey, King, Horn. Buck, Carpenter, Proudfoot,
Roberts, Brown, Fraser, Little. Townsend, Herrick, Ander-
son, Rogers, Green.
Contributing greatly to the success of the con-
cert and opera, the orchestra maintained the high
standard set in previous years. A newly organized
concert band presented several programs. The
regular band added to the football games and as-
semblies with the playing of familiar songs and
GIRLS' OPERA GROUP
1: Crowell, Rose, Middleton, Talley, Loucks, Storch, Smith, Dar-
ley, Lutz, Duvall, Halldorson, Kirchberg, Struve, Simonson,
Coleman, Hobbs, Smith.
2: Wire, Donian, Shearon, Moore, Ickes, Moon, Berlin, Dalgety,
Chase, Sherman, Weber, Main, Kido, Fish, Hassan, Lord,
Gadske, Figley, Hahl, Jameson, Dennett, Ekholm, Place.
3: McMahon, Bederman, Edwards, Radder. Lawson, Anderson,
Pfutzenreuter, Norris, Borland, Walters, Dalton, Lloyd, Erick-
son, Weber, McQuide, I-lallsteen, Broadhurst, Tripplehorn,
Schreiber, Schladen, Small, Kochlefl, Bennett, Murray, Bahr,
4: Wallgren, Fox, Doheny, Cahn, Trautwein, Williams, Windes,
Ritter, Siefkin, Kemp, Kelley, Trudeau, Frazier, Vernon,
Donaldson, Guthridge, Wolf, Curtiss, Jung, Lyman, Peterson,
Wolsey, Loeffell, Moore, Baxter, Taylor.
The musicians of New Trier have opportunity
to exhibit their talents as well as enjoy the work
of other students in the music clubs. Senior music
club, including those most advanced, is sponsored
by 6'Mama" Cotton, and Junior Music Club by
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FIRST GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Price, Urice, Ferguson, Lamme, Marsh, Belnap, Donnelley,
Linick, Butterworth, Smith, Maupin, Snyder, Gilman, Lindberg.
Maltz, Birks, Schwab, Jacob, Browne, Linde, Drew, Baustert, Funk-
houser, Richter, Henderson, Sinclair, Parliament, Hartshorne, Genge,
Brown, Knapp, Jensen, Gordon, Snell, Sakai.
Watkins, Fellers, Symons, Dallas, Dawson, Goodsmith, Hurley, Glezen,
Smith, Bergmann, King, Jorgenson, Johnson, Hurlbut, Murphy, Beaven,
Derby, J. Kennedy, Moyer, A. Kennedy, Nuveen, Piner, Snider, Perrin.
Mercer, Schuller, Leahy, Jost, Colburn, Peacock, Osman, Drum, Richer,
Flack, V. Hicks, Schmidt, Mann, Slayton, Court, Swindell. Chrisman,
Middleton, Curtis, Pilka, Meyer, Robinson, Greenhalgh, Edgerton.
SECOND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB C8thJ
Kuh, Ackley, Cullbertson, Christensen, Taylor, Leaton,
Davidson, Frei, Peaster, Sosna, Karsten, Griswold, C.
Jones, Super, McMaster, Weber, Cederberg, Campbell,
K. McLatchie, Bassler, Schaeffer, Kraetsch, Lind, L.
Emrich, McGreu, Fish, Trees, Ticknor, Gilchrist, Robert-
son, Jenness, Pooley, Shaw, Sesterhenn, Huebner, Pavlik,
Nelson, McClellan, Bishop, I-Iakanson, Ehrlich, Goldreich,
Gridley, Billow, Keller, Montgomery.
Monk, Norris, Zipprodt, Getman, Elmer, Buhai, Rowe,
Wilson, Jones, Roessler, Peterson, Leisch, Cross, Salmen,
Fry, Chilikas, Burgoyne, Ostergaard, Parsons, Rice,
Ehrhardt, Korth, Johannesen, Lindberg, Kirkham,
SECOND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB C3rdD
Row 1: Pallat, Cady, Pallesava, Buckingham, Walton, Bray,
Austin, Mason, Barnett, Thomas, Powell, Burr, Goldberg,
Row 2: Hinman, Munroe, Martens, Busby, Hollister, Noble,
Murphy, Fall, Dale, Remy, Wells, Marr, Lawson, Turner,
McMartin, Harlf, Callaway, Wakeley, Calvi, Morrill.
Row 3: Dowd, Nichols, Hamley, Grayer, Droegemueller, Stewart.
Kempner, Erwin, Root, Burns, Morrison, Smith, Schoe-
neck, Altmann, Werner, Collins, Stull, Pope, Witt,
Salberg, McCready, Altheimer, Altnlisch, Tourtelot, Hen-
derick, Richardson, Christian, Branch, Bond, Scribner,
Sieck, Barnes, Peterson, Garcia, Holmes, Hypes, Thomp-
son, Koch, Lind, Kennedy.
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Row 1: Main, Hahl, Dennett, Jameson, Lord. Row 1: Blackburn, Paxton, I-linners, Martin, Seeley.
Row 2: McMahon, Kirchberg, Loucks, Moore, Paulick. Row 2: Buck, Townsend, Fraser, Rogers, Johnson.
Row 3: Moon, Fish, McDermott. Row 3: Allen, Warnes, Sharp, Bernardi, Edwards.
FIRST BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Row 1: Drew, Lloyd, Mercer, Hart, Martin, Hinkley, Lukeman, ROW 1
Cahn, Furst, Stewart, Jordan.
Row 2: Kadyk, Grater, Barrett, Lockerbie, Aishton, Layne, Row 2:
Young, Freyer, Bray, Tuteur, Casterline.
Row 3: Lagerlof, Crawford, Weldon, Poling, Kohler, Snyder, Row 3:
Sykes, Mahan, Pavlik, Lanphear, Vasels.
SECOND BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Tomassene, Rice, Poling, Husak, Stinson, Siegel, Stein
berg, Brown, Goldrich, Poppell.
Brigham, Hemphill, Redding, Pierson, Williams, Phipps,
Cogswell, Shammon, Thalman.
Street, Posey, Hackbarth, Humphrey, Montgomery
Gershman, Craven, Collison, Rennacker, Worthington.
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ple with the same interests together so that they
can exchange their ideas thereby gaining new ones
Most of the clubs here at New Trier have officers
who plan the programs under the supervision of
the teacher-sponsor. Programs are in the form of
lectures, discussions, working on hobbies, singing,
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
Row 1: Moon, Williams, Booth, Trautwein, Lord, Wanner, Finney,
Bennett, Figley, Ickes, Smith, Jameson, Hahl, Main, Fish,
Moore, Kido, Schreiner.
Row 2: Risser, I-Iakanson, Coleman, Norris, Farr, Quirk, Pear-
son, Loucks, Talley, Loetfell, Moore, Lawson, Kirchberg,
Pilka, Lyman, Darley, Dennett.
Row 3: McMahon, Paulick, Foster, Martin, Sharp, Johnson,
Rogers, Townsend, Fraser, Buck, Warnes, Spero, Lewis,
Pinkham, Fisher, Donian.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
Row 1: Callaway, Taylor, Snell, Kenney, McMaster, Ellmore
Ferguson, Orth, Weiner.
Row 2: Gridley, Brown, Peacock, Collins, Nuveen, Jung, Abrams
Gray, Kenyon, Wanner, Bennett.
Row 3: Jameson, Gadske, Schaeffer, Wakeley, Pavlik, Pfutzen
reuter, Small, Clark, Burr, Oberg, Phipps.
This year there were three language clubs, the
French Club, under Mrs. Volman, the German
Club, under Mr. McDowell, and the Latin Club
with Miss Bridenbach. These clubs meet each
month and for the programs there is singing,
lectures or some other kind of entertainment.
By these means the members try to gain a better
understanding of the people and the customs of ,
the various countries. 1 he
Row l: Small, Dale, Walt, Jensen, Adler, Mendelsohn, Lind,
Row 2: Galey, Abrams, Williams, Christian, Lloyd, Dickson,
Hammerman, Hoy, Dolnick, Nielsen.
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Row 1: Christensen, Ettelson, Moser, Mr, McDowell, Boothe,
Row 2: Werner, Weise, Borland, I-Iueckler, Blietz, Beasley,
Row 3: Black,t Galey, Long, Auger, Taylor, I-Ieizer, Roos,
Row 4: Janis, Anderson. Blackwell, Rux, Melvoin, Fender,
Row 1: Sherman, Hawkins, Cahn, Murray, Maupin, Butterworth,
Doheny, Hutzmann, Adler, Gadske, Phipps. Bremer, Dal-
gety, Fisher, Segil, Drucker, Knapp, Ogden, Belnap,
Chase, Casad, Greeley.
Row 2: Williams, Kempner, Hoy, Holdreich, Hatch, Curtiss, Alt-
heimer. Aubineau. Middleton, Burns. Hurlbut, Price,
Nuveen, McEwan, Noble, Kennedy, Deane, Small, Bro
man, Belding. Elwood, Chrisman, Thompson, Campbell,
Hoehne, Lyman, Roth, Tourtelot, Lind, Williams, Below,
Norris, Merrifield, Lawson, Ellis, Middleton, Krause,
Flanagan, Donaldson, Emrich, Crane, Suyker, Peacock,
Ehrhardt, 0'Coru1or, Ostergaard, Schurmeier, Parsons,
BOYS' CAREER CLUB
A to K
Row 1: Edmonds, Bratsuir, Jannotta., Bushnell, Bautsch, Fox,
Brower, Fischer, Lewis, Anderson, Hill, Lane.
Row 2: Hodgkins, Fox, H., Frey, Ellis, Fox, K., Hunt, Black,
King, Fitch, Grauer, Hefter.
Row 3: Hoyes, King, Kent, Chace, Carney, Brown, D., Bray, G.,
Johnson, Baptista, Harrison, Henning.
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L to Z
Row 1: VanZuylen, Werner, Tucker, Melvoin, Mayer, Stade,
Stackhouse, Huszagh, McKearnan, Treveiler, Sigel, Mar-
Row 2: Solberg, Cram, Steingraber, Parsons, Wittenberg, Mont-
rose, Ware, Sutherland, Lang, Stevens, Stahl, Wagener.
Row 3: Long, Simpson, Thompson, Underwood, McGanney,
Proudfoot, Townsend, Lashmet, Sykes, Schultz, Scott,
Row 1: Haas, Babcock, Steinberg, Janis, Anderson, Bolender,
Row 2: Mr. Reynolds, Ingram, Heizer, Toeppen, Boothe, Black-
Row 3: Doherty, Vatter, I-Iollingshead, Clausing, Schwab.
In the Boys, Career Club the members get-
together to hear lectures on careers in which they
might be interested. The club was started again
this year and is sponsored by Mr. Christensen.
Such careers as engineering and aeronautics have
been presented to the boys. The Science Club,
Row 1: Macomber, Long, Mr. Smith, Melvoin, Gabel.
Row 2: Jones, Burleigh, Behan, Page, Jackson.
which is sponsored by Mr. Reynolds, studies var-
ious aspects of science, by means of field trips,
lectures, and movies. Those in the Aeronautics
Club, sponsored by Mr. Smith, study the mechan-
ics and the art of ilying.
All of the clubs at New Trier are under the
direct supervision of Student Council. The Coun-
cil decides what clubs are worth-while and elimi-
nates those which are not. This year the Debate
Team has made a fine record for itself. Those on
Row 1: Markus, Pierce, Long, Mr. MacLean, Schultz, Law,
Row 2: Reagan, Appelbaum, Ettelson, Crane, Struett, Grieves,
Jarchow, Williams, Giffen, McCarn,
Row 3: Goldrich, Cohler, Perkins, Duvall, Thompson, McConnell,
Spero, Dunn, Ball, Henderson.
the Debate Team engage other students of differ-
ent schools and debate on topics of interest to both
teams. The Gavel Club is for students who are
interested in debating. Both of these clubs are
sponsored by Mr. MacLean. The Forensic Board
is in charge of the Debate and the Forensic meets.
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
Row 1: Appelbaum, Pierce, Long, Mr. MacLean, Schultz, Law,
Row 2: Staller, Reagen, Williams, McCarn, Cohler, Spero.
Row 3: Thompson, Crane, Ettelson, Jarchow, McConnell, Perkins.
Row 1: McConnell, Mr. MacLean, Schultz.
Row 2: Law, Long, Appelbaum.
ORDER OF GAVEL
Row 1: Staller, Loewe, Hendrickson, Millhouse, Hicks, Crane,
Dunn, Ball, Henderson.
Row 2: Appelbaum, Giffen, Thompson, DuVall, Cohler, Perkins,
Row 3: Markus, Pierce, Law, Mr. MacLean, Long, McCarn, Spero.
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O I C O l O
Row 1: Brand, Jung, Rosenbaum, Maupin, Anderson. CONCERT COMMITTEE
Row 2: Miss Zimmerman, Calvert, Birks, Ludgin, Mrs. Kidd. Row 1: Kuh, AI1dCl'S0ll, BTOWH-
Row 1: Burleigh, Behan.
Row 2: Melvoin, Page, Siegil.
Musicale is a club under the sponsorship of
Mrs. Kidd and Miss Zimmerman, whose members
meet in order to hear recordings of good music.
Sometimes this club l'l1ali8S trips to hear an opera
or some other musical show. The Concert Series
Committee is made up of members from Musicale.
These persons plan the concerts to which students
I-lartwig, Witt, Eisenberg, Knupfer, Miss Zimmerman,
Mrs. Kidd, Bennett, Anderson, Butterworth, Legner,
Johnson, Scrimgeour, Christensen, Jlmg, Rye, Davidson,
Sieck, Skodacek, Hueckler, Hutzmann, Segil, Foster,
Townsend, Korth, Sutherland, Ludgin, Vasels, Rosen-
berg, Kuh, 0'Neil, Podolsky, Risser, Mendelsohn, Gockel.
of New Trier can subscribe. This year we heard
the Indianapolis Symphony, the Golden Gate
Quartet, an Operetta Group, and the Don Cossack
Chorus. The Recorder Group is a class that lneets
during school in which students learn to play the
recorder. This group is well known on the North
Shore, as it has given many concerts.
In the Rifle Club, sponsored by Mr. Fearhei-
ley, a chance is offered those who are interested
in marksmanship to practice and better their skill
in this art. Once a week these people meet and
shoot on the range here at school. For students
who want to learn more about the various phases
of art, the Art League is offered. The members of
this club are students who are interested in art
and want to know more about it. Art League is
sponsored by Miss Casella. Those students inter-
ested in building model railroads get together in
the New Trier Society of Model Railroad Engi-
neers. This club is sponsored by Mr. Landwer. In
the Stamp Club, sponsored by Mr. Pifer, people
interested in philately meet and trade with those
whose stamps they want for their collection. This
year the Geography Club is under the direction of
Row llusak, Poppell, Hoag, Goldrich, Graham, Coons,
Row Applebaum. Ives, Humphrys, Shuman, Del Re, Stinson,
Row Mr. Fearheily. Levinson, Jirgal, Schneider, Kratsch,
Borhek, Cloud, Stansbury, Riemenschneider, Schroeder.
Row Lundberg, Hites, Kartman, Brush, Van Esso, Melvoin,
MacKenzie, Schall, Westrich, Challinor.
Miss Flemington. In the meetings of this club the
geography of an area interesting to all is studied.
Row 1: Peterson, Fischer, Roeddiger, Mainer, lloan, Woods,
Row 2: Schladen, Johnson, Murphy, Sieck, Lau, Ziegler, Klein
Row 3: Goode, Grcller, Genge, Rusnak Coltman.
N. T. S. OF M. R.E. GEOGRAPHY CLUB STAMP CLUB
Row 1: Rux. Russell. Ames. Row 1: Vasels, Gelb, Coolidge, Tobbe, Allans. Row 1: Goldreich, Mr. Pifer, Mercer
Row 2: Sproule, l-limes. Row 2: McClary, Miss Flemington, H. Little, D. Little, Pierce, Row 2: Lerch, Kartman.
MM dhd Science qcom.
The Oratorical Group is new this year and is
under the direction of Mrs. Windoes. In this group
people learn how to become experienced speak-
ers. The Radio Club, under the sponsorship of
Mr. J. R. Smith, is a very popular club at New
Trier. In the nleetings of this club the members
learn about the fundamentals of radio and about
radio engineering. Some of the members have
their own operators license and after the war will
be able to use them again. A group of students
who perform a great service to the school is the
Public Address Operators also under the spon-
sorship of Mr. J. R. Smith. They take care of the
microphones and public address systems, that are
used throughout the year at assemblies and ban?
Any galne is a challenge to sportsmanship and
one of the best ways to improve this "shipw is to
play games. In the Chess Club the members meet
and play chess, not only to make their game a
better one, but to make themselves better sports.
This club is sponsored by Mr. Schumacher. When
girls become juniors and seniors, they begin to
look around at the positions that are open for
women. In the Girls' Career Club an attempt is
made to show girls the positions which are open
to them. The club meets in the evening once a
, Row 1: Goldrich, Paddock, Challinor, Butler, Bowen, Ross.
ORATORICAL GROUP Row 2: Brooks, Blind, Kreusch, Baxter, Kearney, Edmonds,
Raw 1' canon' Olson' Hoffmann' Row 3: Mr. Smith, Williams, Kadyk, Jackson, Phipps, Warner,
Row 2: Bushnell, Rosenberg.
CHESS CLUB P. A. CORPS
Row 1: Smith, Henderson, Macdonald, DelRe, Aronson. Row 1: Kreusch, Mr. J. Smith, Phipps
Row 2: Cross, Kelso, Yager, Reece, Smith, Cravens, Appelbaum. Row 2: williams, Hart.
Row 3: Babcock, Lench, Schmitz, Barnes, Warner, 0'Neil, Caton,
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Row 1: Allrich, Meyer, Billow, Hartshorne, Weinman, Warner
Eberle, Huyler, Drake, Anderson, Kresge, Killian, Beck
er, Heller, Cormany, Rand, Hanson, Daugherty, Murphy,
Huff, Goode, Fischer, Woods, Bederman.
Row 2: Rosenthal, McMaster, Heston, Segil, Seder, Crowell, Ber-
lin, Hicks, Schwab, Spiegel, Cunningham, Savage, Ickes
Dalton, Smith, Ritter, Moore, Bachmann, Everham, Par
liament, Smithers, Walters, Schumacher, Rice, Baird
month and is open to juniors and seniors. This
year talks have been given by women in their field
on careers in Fashion Illustration., Dancing, the
Air Lines, and Marriage. These meetings have
, Row 3:
Duncombe, A. White, Siefkin, Curtiss, Frazier, Williams,
Illium, Curtis, Walker, Borland, Hueckler, Battling, Hell-
strom, Ladish, Davis, Vaughan, Vedder, Canfield, Bro-
man, l-latch, McMahon, Ward, Blaise, Stevens, Hoehne,
Kennedy, Hlavacek, Spatholt, Petry, Lewando, Becker,
Darley, Fisher, Smith, Freiler, Smith, Dodge.
Storner, Below, Ingwersen, Williamson, Brown, Vatter,
Heller, Lloyd, Harris, Merrifield, Peacock, Johnson, Weise,
Mann, Krause, Hollingshead, Bazelon, Van Winkle, Mc-
Cabe, Glezen, Wallgren, Loeffell, Moore, Pearson, Ken-
nedy, Carlson, Spiesman, Talley, Mead, White, Taylor,
Jones, Leahy, Farr, Hammerman, Hathaway.
proved to be very interesting and show girls just
what kind of jobs which they will be able to seek
The Girls' Career Club is sponsored by Miss Wei
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0 New Trier's 1944 football team can well be
acclaimed one of the greatest in the school's his-
tory. After dropping their first game to a strong
Fenger eleven from the city, the Grey-Green won
their seven remaining games in championship
fashion, clinching the league title two weeks be-
fore the end of the season. The Triermen rolled
up a total of 220 points for the year, better than
27 points a game, while holding their opponents
After losing to F enger, New Trier faced High-
land Park and handed the Parkers their only
defeat of the year, 26-0. The following Saturday
they scored in the first minute of play against
Waukegan and then utilized their great defensive
play to hand the Warriors a 13-0 setback. The
Triermen struck with the same swiftness against
Morton and compiled 34- points before giving the
Mustangs a pair of consolation touchdowns in the
At Oak Park, however, it was a different
story, and New Trier proved her ability to come
from behind by erasing an early 7-0 deficit to
hand the Villagers their first defeat by a Grey-
Green team in eight years, 14-7. The Triermen
had to come from behind again when Proviso
jumped oif to an early lead, but the Pirates finally
succumbed 27-12 in the game that was the title-
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Row 1: I-Ioward, Smith, Hunt, Anderson, Lauer, Jacob, Kletzien, Wirth, Gilbert, Ellis, Richmond.
Row 2: Lockyer, Mills, Clark, Pearson, Drew, Michinard, Adams, Van Zuylen, Kearney, Bowler, Moyer, Campbell, Ely.
Row 3: Frantzen coach, 0'Brien, Pemberthy, Wolf, Lehman, Fry, Merkle, Farar, Underwood, Mayer, Kayser, Stowers, Bower, Hunt, Hillls
Caton coach, Aschenbach coach.
Lake View served merely as a warmup for the
Evanston contest, and the Chicagoans were handed
a merciless 66-0 beating. The Wildkits got much
of the same treatment, falling before the Wave
Coaches Walter Aschenbach, Harold Caton,
and Pete Frantzen had an abundance of fine ma-
terial with which to work this year. Warren Ely,
Ted Wirth, Tom Richmond, Larry Lauer, Len
Gilbert, Rich Anderson, and Bill Kletzien formed
an impenetrable forward wall and Bucky Ellis,
Bill Hunt, Bill Jacob, Gene Howard, and Jim
Smith were outstanding in the backfield. Lauer,
Kletzien and Jacob represented New Trier in the
This 1944 football squad can well serve as
a pattern from which to mold the New Trier cham-
pionship teams of the future.
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I New Trier's frosh-soph gridders lost only one league battle. Morton's second half passing at-
game this year and finished in second place behind tack put the only blemish on the frosh-soph
the Morton Mustangs. The Grey-Green entered record as the Mustangs struck for two tallies in
league play with only one practice game and the third quarter to win 13-7. This defeat was
bowled over Waukegan, Oak Park, Proviso, and forgotten, however, when the Trierlnen walloped
Evanston, dropping their lone defeat to Morton. an Oak Park eleven for the first time in history
by the count of 25-7. The Grey-Green finished
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in the league and was strong in reserve strength. an-important Victory over Evanston.
Hohan, Mahan, Eherlein, Lauer, Shine, Misantoni,
Weldon, Rice, Dudley, and Bowler helped compose Coaches Charles Lauer, Miner Coburn, and
the forward wall. They were equally efficient on Lionel Lightner developed SOHIC excellent line-
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both Oifense and defense. Outstanding in the men and hacks who will he defending New Trier s
backfield were Meyers, ROSS, Renneckar, Vauez, varsity championship next year. Coaches Alstrom,
and Young. E. Kahler, and Shearer were in charge of the
freshmen whose prospects are also very bright,
The Ponies opened the season by trouncing
Highland Park 20-0 and followed the next Satur-
day with a 20-6 win over Waukegan in their first
having done very well this year both as a team
and when substituted individually in the frosh-
FROSH-SOPH FOOTBALL SQUAD
Clark, Dudley, Young, Ross, Capt. Meyers, Weldon, Misantoni, Shine, Lauer, Eberlein, Mahan, Hoban, Renneckar, Vallez, Hunt, Bowler,
Student Assistant Coach Hadley, Matot, Stuitt, Ragland, Moyer, Donahue, Lampher, Steele, Cro-well, Rice, Stone, Pegarraro, Merkle,
Lundin, Carey, Jeangerard, McElroy, Jacobi, Randolph, Grater, Mr. Coburn, Mr. Shearer.
Student Assistant Coach Hilton, Mr. Lauer, Strodel, Barnthouse, Rindskopf, Lyons, Hosbein, MacTaggart, Gienese, Gilbertson, Jones,
Atcheson, Rattray, Morgenstern, Chalmers, Hinricks, Rosnagle, Lindsay, Sullivan, Carlson, Martin, Greene, Swanson, Wells, Roberts,
Thornton, Cannon, Christoph, Mr. Kahler, Ellif, Hartray, Shanahan, Corns, Cahn, Ambler, Pesaturo, Christlnsen, Barhan, Layer,
Dempsey, Ellis, Shade, Benthke,
Fisher, Street, Holden, Thalman,
White, DeCarlo, Baldwin, Baur,
Bennett, Randolph, Craven, Kolilat, Birkland, Tomassene, Randau, Smith, Rice, Hammond, Hemphill,
Peters, Mr. Alstrom, Drewhorn, Dunne, Taylor, Partitt, Leonard, Snort, Jorgenson, Redding, Vaughan,
Belnap, Bennett, Byrun, Christianson, Glass, Krantz, Pierson, Lund, Lagerdorf, Papieaski.
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0 New Trier's JV football team won only one game
this year hut it produced many promising players
for the varsity squad next season.
The ,IV's dropped three games to Evanston. win-
ning their only victory at the expense of Oak Park.
They lost their three contests to the Wiltlkits hy
scores of 20-0, 13-0, 14-0. The Grey-Green defeated
Oak Park on a pair of third period touchdown pass-
es from Gay Sherwin to Wlarren Hathaway with Mc-
Donnell getting hoth conversions in the 14-8 tri-
umph. Hathaway, Sherwin, and Captain Hugh Brow-
er were outstanding throughout- the season. Rudy
Veedovel showed good, steady playing at guard, and
Ed Hartman also should he commended for his work
at end. Kenneth Funkhouser turned in his usual fine
joh as coach. He was assisted this year hy Richard
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Row 1: Weare, Klinetob, Sherwin, Brower, Morand, Olson, Pearson, Marcon, Shefte. Glenn,
Row 2: Keating, Yntema, Wyman, Peterson, Hartman, Kent, Hathaway, Vedovell, Kemler. Fitch,
Row 3: Mr. Clausen. Fox, Newman, Sholten. King, Mecklenburger. Stein. Deuss, Collison, Simp-
son, Hudson. Mr. Funkhouser.
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New Trier . .... 35 Riverside ..... .
New Trier . .... 30 Waukegall .... .
New Trier . .... 46 Highland Park . .
New Trier . .... 41 Morton ....... .
New Trier . .... 47 ' Elgin . . . . . . .
New Trier . .... 48 Proviso . . . . .
New Trier . .... 44 Niles ......... .
New Trier . .,.. 35 Evanston ..... .
New Trier . .... 53 Highland Park . .
New Trier . .... 31 Oak Park ..... .
New Trier' . .... 33 Waukegan .... .
New Trier . .... 45 Morton ........ 47
New Trier . .... 38 Proviso . . . . . . .
New Trier . .... 36 Evanston . . . . .
New Trier . .... 38 Oak Park ..... .
New Trier ...... 47 Zion-Benton . . . .
New Trier . .... 28 Waukegan .... .
0 New Trier's varsity basketball team finished
the season in fifth place in the Suburban League and
had a record for the year of eight won and ten lost.
This record might not appear too impressive
t first, but one of New Trier's victories was over a
ighly rated Evanston quintet. The Grey-Green were
barely nosed out by Riverside, one of the strongest
teams in the state, and they were one of only four
teams to defeat Elgin. They were one of the few
teams to give Morton and Waukegan, league co-
champions, a real battle, dropping a two point de-
cision to Waulcegan and being taken into an over-
time before losing to Morton.
The varsity cagers ran up a total of 705 points
for the season to 682 for their opponents. Topping
the individual scoring were Bill Hunt and Captain
Steve Davis. Outstanding in their defensive play were
Jack Lockyer and Larry Lauer, both boys being out
part of the season due to injuries. Bill Hiyama went
into a mid-season slump but came back stronger
than ever in the latter part of the year to help pace
the Grey-Green. Mike Zeddies and Park Taylor were
a fine pair of junior forwards and played good,
steady ball all year. Page Thompson and Gene How-
ard were excellent reserve guards, both playing their
best games early in the season.
Row 1: Lersch, Howard, I-liyama, Davis, Hunt, Thompson, Dunbar.
Row 2: Bray, Myers, Clark, Bowers, Roberts, Brown, McGanney, Zeddies, Kilner, Taylor.
The Grey-Green launched their campaign with a 40-24 win over Niles and then dropped four
straight. In the Morton defeat, however, Coach Chuck Lauer found a winning combination and the
next week the Triermen handed an undefeated Elgin quintet a 47-40 upset with Steve Davis lead-
ing the way with seventeen points. New Trier then went on to defeat Proviso, Niles, Evanston and
Highland Park in succession before dropping a one-point decision to Oak Park. This began an-
other losing streak which included losses to Waukegan, Morton, Proviso, and Evanston before the
Grey-Green got their revenge by handing the Parkers a 33-35 setback.
With the regular season completed the cagers turned their attention to the Waukegan Regional
tournament. They won their first game and then, in the semi-final round, got the jump on
Waukegan and played them off their feet for three quarters until the league champs rallied in
the closing minutes to pull out a 30-28 triumph.
Chuck Lauer did an excellent job in his firstyear as varsity coach and is sure to have a fine team
next fall when twelve men will return from the 1944-45 squad.
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Row 1: Lauer. Meyers, Moyer. Hodgson 4Capt.J, Rogland. Stone, Grater.
Row 2: Eckart, Clark, Smith. Dudley, Hoban, Leonard, Peters, Mr. Frantzen.
Row 3: WVells, Marsh, Hunt, Mayer, Koerber, Perkins.
0 New Tl'i8F,S frosh-soph basketball team won only two
league games this year and wound up the season in fifth
place in the Suburban League. Although this record might
not appear too impressive for Pete Frantzen,s first year as
frosh-soph coach, it must be considered that there was unusu-
ally strong competition this season with Morton and Evanston
leading a field of better than average sophomore teams.
The ponies won their first league encounter against Yvau-
kegan 30-16 and their only other triumph was over Oak Park.
Outstanding players for the Grey-Green throughout the
year were Lauer, Hodgson. Leonard, Mayer, Moyer. Peters,
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Row 1: Marsh, Cajka, Ellis, Clinton, Barnthouse, Boudreaux, Stade.
Row 2: Triplett, Haigh, Adams, Capt. Baldwin, Reinwald, Rindskopf, Allen.
Row 3: Mr. Clausen, Erusson, Beattie, Dunne, Smith, Bray, I-Iartray.
Row 4: Collison, Anderson, Wirth, Misontoni, Trevieler, Ruik, Fox, Manager.
0 New Trier's wrestling team completed its first year of competition with only two
victories, but with excellent prospects for next season. The Grey-Green won their two
meets from Zion by scores of 33-6, and 29-5. Twomeets each were lost to Morton, Amund-
sen, and Riverside.
The squad will lose Jack Allen and undefeated Captain Bill Baldwin through gradua-
tion. but will be bolstered by the return of Stan Clinton in the 95 lb. class, Jim Barnt-
house, 105 lb., Don Boudreaux, 115 lb., Jack Lyford, 135 lb., and Jim Smith and Dick
Rindskopf, 145 lb.
0 Mr. Richard Clausen is the new varsity baseball coach this year and as the Echoes goes
to press it appears as though he might have a very promising season. Captain Chuck Hen-
dricks, Hugh Brower, and Eddy' Hartmann are returning lettermen who should insure a
fine team. Hendricks is tops among the shortstops, Brower is an excellent third baseman,
and Hartmann works behind the plate.
Clausen should be certain of a capable hurling staff with Bill Hiyama, Gene Howard,
and Jack Lockyer forming the nucleus. Joe Fitch and Chuck Steingraber are the most
promising outfieldcrs. There are some very promising juniors moving up from the
Frosh-Soph including Ray Michinard, Bud Bray, Park Taylor, and Bill Cowhill.
With this excellent material New Trier should be a strong contender for the league
title this year. QNote: We regret that due to the deadline, we were unable to take a pic-
ture of the baseball squad.j
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VARSITY SWIMMING VICTORY SQUAD
Row 1: Mayer, H. Fox, Gentles, Jannotta, Tucker, McKea.rnan, Harnsberger, I-Iildreth.
Row 2: Belmke, Scott, K. Fox, Copp, Lehman.
Row 3: Mr. Jackson, Bill Brown, Mergener, Lepman, Co-Capt. Solberg, Co-Capt. Ellis, Kaufman,
Lascelles, Robertson, Manager.
0 New Trier's varsity swimming team won the Suburban League Meet for
the fourteenth straight year hut lost out in the State Meet to Lane Tech.
The Triermen compiled a total of 59 points in winning the League Meet,
28 more than second place Oak Park could muster. The Grey-Green failed
in their defense of the State Crown by only three points.
The Varsity mermen went through another season without losing a
single dual meet, having their only dilficulty with Oak Park.
The Grey-Green had many lettermen returning from last year's cham-
pionship squad and were strong in every event. Lepman and Ellis were out-
standing in the 50 yard free style and were consistent winners all year. Sol-
berg and Tucker won the points in the breast stroke, Solberg setting a
new record of 1:07.1 in the league meet. Mergener and Copp were the
leaders in the backstroke with Kaufman backed up by Lascelles and Hil-
dreth in the 100 yard free. Kaufman won the State 200 yard free style and
Solberg won the State 100 yard breast style.
Bernard Bernardi again led the Grey-Green divers taking second in both
the league and state meets.
The 200 yard relay team of Lehman, Ellis, Kaufman, and Lepman set
a new record in the league meet with a time of 1:39.7. The relay team of
Ellis, McKearnan, Lepman, and Kaufman won the State 200 yard relay.
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0 New Trieris Frosh-Soph swimmers followed in the footsteps
of the varsity mermen by again winning the League Interschol-
astic Meet for the ninth year straight and retaining their league
championship. The Triermen went through their dual matches
without a defeat and amassed 61 points in the league meet, to
second place Oak Park's 27.
The frosh-soph's outstanding performers throughout the sea-
son were Porter, Seeley, Rigler, and Ritter in the 50 yard breast
stroke, Lechner, MacTaggart, Showers, and Strodel in the 50
yard free style, Co-Captain Lippincott, McKee, and Street in
the 75 yard free, and Co-Captain Nadler, Parfitt, Hindricks, and
,Ieangerard in the backstroke.
In the diving Haase, Bowler, Hosbein, and Hart were consist-
ent point winners with Bowler winning the event in the league
meet with 78.87 points.
New Trier's 150 Medley and 200 yard relay teams also took
firsts in the league meet, the former being composed of Nadler,
Rigler, and MacTaggart and the 200 team made up of Street,
Strodel, Showers, and Co-Captain Lippincott.
Ritter, I-linricks, Hart,
Rigler, Seeley, Haase.
Mr. Jackson, B r 0 w n
Manager. Lechner, Mc-
Kee, Parfitt, MacTag-
gart, Showers, Porter,
Nadler Co-Capt., Hos-
bein, Bowler, Jeanger-
ard, Strodel, Lippincott
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Wagener, COPD, Gen-
tles, Lippincott. Knight.
Mr. Jackson. Tucker
Co-Head Guard. Jones.
Ellis. Hadley. K. Fox,
Mayer, Scott, Hil-
dreth. Mergener. Lep-
man. McKee. Lechner.
THE NEW TRIER GUARD
0 The backbone of the swimming organization
is the New Trier Guard. This organization of
twenty swimmers is composed of boys who are
interested in teaching and supervising all swim-
ming planned by the school. The Guard is strictly
a service organization, the members serving with-
out expecting an award of any kind. The head
guards for 1944-45 were Don Kaufman and Bill
Tucker. To be the head guard is the highest office
a boy may hold in the swimming organization.
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Row 1: Bare, Bahr, Co-Captain Warlield, Co-Captain Ely, Jirgal, Morand, Mayer.
Row 2: McDaniel, Mr. Nay, Kent, Johnson, Kunzelman, Kearney, Underwood, Mills, Bowler,
Row 3: McNulty, Tucker, Hillner, Talbot, Keller, Olson, Collins, Smith, Van Arsdale, Penberthy,
0 New Trier's defending league and state track champions appear well on their way
to another banner year as the Echoes goes to press-undefeated in dual competition,
the Grey-Green dropped the Suburban Meet to Oak Park by eight Points, winning as
many events as the Parkers, but failing to take as many seconds and thirds.
Coach John Nay has a great many men returning from last year's line squad in-
cluding Co-captains Warren Ely and Dick Wfarfield-Ely set a new fieldhouse record
for the shot put and broke the league record with a heave of 53 feet 2 inches-
W'arfield smashed two league marks in the l1igh and low hurdles, doing the 60
yard lows in :07.1 and the highs in :07.6, taking 1 X10 of a second off the record
made by his brother, Ware in 1939.
Buzz Collins was another record-breaker as he did the 50 yard dash in :05.5 to tie
the mark which has stood since 1931.
Stuart Olson is the Triermen's most consistent winner in the half-mile, Stu's
time always being around 2:04. Other point-getters for the tracksters are Van
Arsdale, Smith, and Talbot in the hurdles, Mills in the shot put, Penberthy in the
high jump and Bahr in the pole vault, McNulty in the dash and relay, Kunzelman
and Jacob in the broad jump, Jirgal and Morand in the mile, and Kearney in the
440 and relay.
It is a formidable team that New Trier will send to Champaign to defend the state
F RUSH-SOPH TRACK
0 This year's Frosh-Soph track team was right up near
the top all season, winning practically all of their dual
meets and dropping the Suburban League indoor clash to
Oak Park by the slight margin of 2V3 points. The team
showed improvement all year and prospects for out-door
competition were bright.
Outstanding among the Frosh-Soph competitions this
year are Hilliard, Young, Misantowi, Rennacker, Donahue,
Jacobi, Robertson, Crater, and Weldon.
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Row 1: Hilliard, Byrom, Carlson, Lukeman, Baur, Robertson Ross
Row 2: Mr. Nay, Young, Stelfey, Donahue, Jacobi, Weldon Grater
Row 3: Misantoni, I-Iinrichs, Dold, Fisher, Herbon, Rennacker Mr Hoyt
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I. M. SPORTS
0 In order to give as many boys as possible a chance to participate in sports, the intramural sports
program has been made an ,active organization at New Trier. Thus many boys, who would be unable
for one reason or another to be active in varsity teams, may take part in a wide variety of sports in
the I. M. program.
At the beginning of a season for a certain sport, a signup sheet is sent to every advisor room, and
signed by those interested in that particular sport. Among the sports included in the I. M. sports program
l sk tball table tennis Golf horseshoes football skills, and tennis. Advisor room
this year were soccer, ma e , , g , ,
athletic managers handled the program in the rooms.
I. M. LIGHT WEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS I. M. HEAVY WEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
KWEHR-SCHOOL LT- WT- CHAMPS, Row 1: Tucker, Burch, Mestjian.
Row 1: Schultheis, Schnell, B. Jones. Row 2: Kirchberg, Cloud, Hein.
Row 2: Petersen, Green, Sullivan.
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LIGHT NVEIGHTS SOCCER CHAMPS
QREAM ADV' LT' WT' FRESHMAN Row 1: Bartsch, McNulty, I-lillner.
Row 1: Lerch, Spiesman, Hackbarth, fco-capt.J. Row 2: Mori, Bocsch, McKearnan.
Row 2: Conney, Lechner, Rosberg, fco-capt.J
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Richmond, Schneider, Shan
INDIVIDUAL I. M. CHAMPS
Row 1 Keefe, Collins, McNulty, Bahr
Row 2 Jirgal, Hildreth, Callaway,
ADVISOR ROOM MANAGERS
Schnell, Wong, Treveiler, Mc-
Nulty, Nicholson, Goldrich.
Lyons, Campbell, Ware, John-
Worthington, B l a c k w ell
Young, Casterline, M a r s h
This year, for the first time, WlCSIll!lg was carried out on an inter school basis, and p1 oved to be one
of the most popular sports offered Assisted hy the Sports Club and headed hy Mr Clausen, 159 hoys
participated, first to determine class champions, then weight IIIWISIOIIS and school champions, showing
great promise for next year Direction of the IM sports program IS handled by Mr D Showley
go! 4nd Tenni
0 Coach F laningam's team will be out this year
to get the league crown away from Evanston. Al-
though the team had not yet been chosen when the
Echoes went to press, likely prospects are Jay
Green, Dick Kilner, Ned McGanney, Jim Myers,
and Jay Woldenherg.
0 Despite the loss of several letter men from last
year's squad, with Captain Jack Carney, Aaron
Jones and Edgar Hillner as high point men, the
prospects for this season are encouraging. New
Trier has made an exceptional record in the past
years. From 1934 to 1942 New Trier golf teams
have won four District Meets and taken three sec-
ond places. In the Suburban league they have won
six championships and tied in one.
Row 1: Harvey, Carney, I-lillner,
Row 2: Jones, Mr. Aram, Wagener.
Row 1: Wolf, ' sen, Kilner, , jk
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Row 2: Tyler, yers, Mr. Flani 7
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GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
0 G.A.A. under the able leadership of Susan Engelhard, the Pres-
ident, has enjoyed one of the best years of its career. Participation
in intramural activities has increased considerably which is partially
due to Annie Vaughan, Intramural Sports Chairman and her effi-
cient helpers. Elizabeth Siefkin, Vice-President, initiated a new
system of presentation of Awards when award assemblies were held
the morning of the banquets. Virginia Beaven as treasurer kept all
of the accounts in order and Beverly Spielmann, Secretary, record-
ed all of the exciting events of the Association.
Judith Booth, Social Chairman, and her committee outdid them-
selves on the G.A.A. banquets which were the largest in the history
of the Association. The fall party for Freshmen and new girls, the
teas for the advisers and all other events managed by this commit-
tee were ably executed. Lynne Billow, Publicity Chairman, assisted
by Joan Illium and her committee, produced some of the finest
publicity that the Association has known. Anne Farr, Service Chair-
man, secured and scheduled page girls and door guards for each
semester and did a superior piece of work on the gym-jams. The
intramural games ran smoothly due to the fact that Alice Mary
White, Chairman of the Officials' Committee and assisted by Mary
Riggs, developed some efficient officials in all sports.
The fall quarter was a busy time for all girls. The freshmen and
new girls turned out in great numbers for a playday, which intro-
duced the G.A.A. fall sports. Exhibition speedball and hockey
matches demonstrated the finer points of the games and were staged
by Nancy Williams and Marilyn Walker, their respective sports
heads. The juniors won the speedball tournament and the seniors
triumphed in hockey. Perhaps the highlight of the season was the
hockey game between the varsity football team and the senior
"champs', with the boys coming out with the long end of the score.
Riding, headed by Alice Colburn and assisted by Suzanne Sizer,
completed a successful season and for the first time riding was
offered during the winter season. Recreational swimming, in charge
of Mary Wolsey, head of the sport, filled the pool with girls who
enjoyed this activity twice a week.
Volleyball, recreational games,
swimming, and rhythms were
very popular during the Mid-
season. Susan Radder, Head of
Volleyball, led the girls through
a series of successful tourna-
lnents. The class event was won
by the sophomores. Under the
direction of Hope Everham,
Recreational Games which i11-
cluded badlninton, table tennis,
et cetera, were enjoyed by all.
Virginia Hess and her dancers
worked diligently all year to pro-
duce a fine dance demonstration
in the spring.
The Winter Quarter was high-
lighted by the supper held on
March first. Five hundred girls
enjoyed the dinner, clever dec-
orations, awards, and skits given
by the students and the faculty.
The new G.A.A. song written by
Susan Engelhard to the tune of
Semper Paratus added zest to
the evening. Miss Wilson's ad-
viser group was honored for its
high degree of participation.
Basketball, headed hy Patricia
Taylor, was extremely popular
and the freshmen participants
literally hung fronl the ceiling.
Victory Corps was open to
juniors and seniors and Nancy
Edwards, Head of the Activity,
kept them all in condition. The
telegraphic and class teams were
chosen in swimming. The guards.
under the able leadership of
Barbara Cody contributed iln-
Finney, Cunningham, Ritter, Cody,
Colburn, Radder, Lidecker, Rose,
Sizer, Wolsey, Benson, S. White,
Edwards. Walker, Taylor, Hess,
Row Chrisman, McQuide, Tinsley,
Row Ettelson, Kenney, Hoy,
G. Williams, Jensen.
Row Branch, Davis. Lloyd, Ellis,
Row Koch, Fifer, Krause, Chapman,
Row Davis, Murray, Gudbrandsen,
Row McQuide, Paidar, Burch, Piner.
Row Turle, Bergmann, K. Lloyd,
Row Curtis, Crane, Talley. Perry,
Row Lamnle, Reager, Kenney,
Row Triehold, Wieland, Calvi, Gnd-
brandsen, Jones, Wilson.
Row Tripplehorn. Nuveen, Kenney,
K. Lloyd, Chrisman. Mann,
Row Kempner, Fifer, Chapman, Scrib-
ner. Rothermel, Kennedy, Curtis.
800 POINT AWARD
McQuide. Edwards, Radder, Rose.
Drucker, Wolsey, Windes. Hess, Jensen.
Maltz, Halldorson, Duvall, Rose, Adler.
Radder, Edwards, Wolsey, Donaldson,
Chrisman, Sherman. Drucker, McQuide.
Chilikas, Schaeffer, Queenan, B. Jones,
Calvi, Kenney. Baldsweiler.
Maltz, Sinclair, Schwab, Spitz, Pallat,
Dallas, Mann, Knapp.
Barhch. Nuveen. Burns, Kenney. K.
Lloyd, Hollingshead, Schmitt, Lawson,
Riggs, Hoehne, Elwood, Kennedy, Curtis,
Benson, Bederman, Small.
incasurably to the safety and teaching of swimming of the girls who participated in the after school
swimming. Square Dancing held on some Wednesrlay afternoons and at the Gym-jams was organized
by Madge Cunningham and proved successful as a coeducational activity.
The Spring Quarter featured riding, baseball, lacrosse, golf, archery, tennis and life-saving. The
riders culminated their season with a horse show. Baseball, as usual was very popular under the direc-
tion of Nancy Ritter. Class teams were chosen and games were played. Lacrosse had a fine season un-
der the guidance of Ellen Finney and her co-head, Margaret Rose. Golf, due to the transportation diffi-
culty, was limited to instruction on the school grounds but Anne Benson, Head of Sport, made the
most of it. Archery, with Dorothy Lidecker as its leader had a successful playday at the beginning of
the season and endcd the activity with a tournament. Tennis with Sally W7hite in charge had a good sca-
son both spring and fall. Life-saving produced some capable li feguards for the summer and next year.
The year ended with the usual banquet and initiation.
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Row 1: Maltz, Lind, Weil, Gudbrandsen,
Row 2: Nuveen, Meyer, Middleton, Burns,
Row 3: Flack, Walker, Scribner, Branch,
Row 1: Maltz, Duvall, Everham, Halldorson,
Row 2: Spielman, Piner, Kempner, Hollingshead,
Schaeffer, Spiesman, Benson.
Row 1: Engelhard, Petry, K. Lloyd, Vaughan,
Walker, Perry, Will m a r t h , Heller,
Spitz, Chase, Harkness.
Row 2: Halldorson, Williams, Sherman, Hirsch.
Row 3: Woleben, Burgoyne, Peterson, Leonard,
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Thanks are due to the many class and adviser room , H
managers, representatives, page girls, pool guards, swim- ming pool assistants and officials who helped to make the
year run smoothly. The Association is indebted to the mem-
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Sponsor of G.A.A.g Mrs. Abbott, Miss Ebener, Miss Gilbert,
Miss King, Miss Veach, Mrs. Wells, Miss Wright and Mrs.
Weise for their willing help and spirit which assisted in
making 1944-194-5 a banner year for G.A.A.
OFFICIALS GIRLS ADVANCED RHYTHMS
Row 1: Riggs, Wroe, Donaldson, Snell, A., Row 1: Lawson, Small, Lund, Lewando,
Row 2: Williams J., Johannesen J., Sherman A., Row 2: Jameson, Rice, Shinnick, Heberling,
Elwood, Burns, Althelmer, Kenney. Mendelsohn, Curtis.
Row 3: Knapp, Trautwein, Mayer, Middleton, Row 3: Baldsweiler, Weil, Hess, Robinson, Bax-
Nuveen, Moyer. ter, Dawson.
GOLF AND ARCHERY
Row 1: Storner, Weise, Benson, Chapman, Daly.
Row 2: Hartshorne, Hueckler, Everham, Crow-
ell, Heller, Hawkins.
Row 3: Adler, B. Jones, Schwab, Schaeffer,
Walker, Taylor, Pearson, Vatter, Farr,
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Row 1: Kraetsch, Fox, Colburn, Fodor.
Row 2: Sizer, Kraetsch, Ehrhardt.
Row 1: Sherman, McQuide, Rose, Jensen.
Row 2: Cory, Donaldson, Edwards, Radder.
Row 1: Duvall, Adler, Finney, Rose, Krause,
Row 2: Engelhard, Elwood, Blaise, Wolsey,
Walker, Radder, Small, Tinsley.
Row 1: Duvall, Johansson, Drucker, Williams,
Dallas, Dalgety, Halldorson, Hirsch.
Row 2: Knapp, Schaeffer, Harkness, Stevens,
Perry, Davis, Ward, Kempner, Edwards,
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Glasier, Jones. Keredy.
Barthell. McLatchie. Rose. Drucker,
Wilson. Siefkin. Ritter. Cody, Price.
Spiclemann. Hurley. Wolsey, Below
Burns. Vaughn, Burgoyne. Wilson. Cookr
Row 1: Spielmann, Jacob, Burns, Foster. Maltz.
Row 2: Pallat, Peterson. Schmidt. Persson.
Row 1: Taylor. S. White. Farr, Schmidt.
Row 2: Becker. Radder. Beaven, Brown.
Row 1: Ritter, Swanberg, Curtis, Stevens.
Row 2: Taylor. Vaughan. Windes, Willmarth,
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BROTHERH C S
Presi"e"' Freshlnail Class
Vice presidem 0 The freshmen have shown a great deal of
interest in a wide variety of activities. Both girls
and boys have participated in sports, and many
are members of music groups, and clubs. The
class officers are: president, Doug Vaughn,
vice-president, Lois Cederburgg treasurer, Bill
Redding, and secretary, Carol Dempsey. They
REDDING have been aided greatly by their chairmen,
Treasurer Miss Shaw and Mr. Reiley.
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FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP
Worthington, Wright, Brigham, Sherman, Safton, Baldwin, Brower, Kolilat, Craig, Zelznick, Misanton, DelRe, MacDonald,
Fagen, Mills, Taylor, Paddock, Price.
Dearborn, Meacham, Authrie, Macfarlane, Garrett, Kraetsch, C. Gilchrist, Bushman, Murphy, Sosna, Ehrlich, Hammer-
man. Mooney, Taylor, Devitt, Cannon, Hatowski, Parker, Jirgal, Ellmore, Paidar, Culbertson, Young, Scott. Schaeffer,
Fry, Monk, Buhai, Erwin, Dempsey, Korth, Christenson, Johnson, Smith, Silver, Lindeman, Ottaviani, Leisch, Freeman,
Vandercook, Hart, Evans, Wakeley, Root, Jones, Hang. Davis, Gram.
Martin, Crofoot. Clarke, Burleigh, Chapin, Richmond, Crane, Trense, Brooks, Lowrey, Erman, Hackbarth, Giffen, Yust,
Street, Segil. Dalkin, Powell, Craven, Hemphill, Birkelund, Leonard. De Carlo. Pierson, Ives, Schaeffer, Belnap.
0'Kumura, Rice, Horwitch, San-
ders, Mr. Alstrom. Newhall,
Christopher, Ramsey, Zelznick.
Gordon, Liebman, E r m a n ,
Schroeder, Newcomb, Giifen,
Gilbertson, Andrews, Lundberg,
Kempner, Trom. Strom, Ingwer-
son, Shanahan. Barnes. Doyle,
Paddock, Ebbert. Gordon. Mills.
Wenger, Guthrie, Lawson, Adler,
Mrs. Clader, Macfarlane, Gar-
rett, Mooney, Waie.
I-Iarbison, Ferraro, Robertson,
Witt, Kalk, Taylor, Evans, Bra-
Braun, Campbell, Packard, Cull,
Shinnick, Glaser Schaeffer,
Lovgren. Jones, Murphy.
Stelfens, Culbertson, Reagen,
Berry, Miss Dunham,
Krezan, Jirgal, Keller.
Buhai, Walser, Smith,
Edwards, Tobbe, Peterson, Pav-
lik, Mayer, Wardley.
Kaufman. Adams, Whitaker,
McClellan, Bigelow, Eckart,
Weiner, Devitt, Christenson,
Weinstein, Emrich. Wylie, Da-
vis, Mrs. Eisler, Fish, Hoerger,
Ticknor, Leaton, Prinis, Seyler,
Ottaviani, Leisch, Barnes, Koch-
Maloney Shireman, Widmer,
Spencer, Miller. Gray, Black,
Scott. Houser, Bradshaw.
Walton, Hicks, McLatchie, Small,
Miss Evans, Dini, Barnett, Frei-
Clavey, Price, Silver, O'Malley,
Peterson, Moritz, Korth, Gram,
Kennedy. Liesveld, Bullard,
Hart, Kline. Porrell. Bordner,
Heinzen. Miller. Wilson.
Forsythe. Arthur, Kurschner,
Shea, Mr. Fearheiley, Schmidt,
Goldrich, Husek. Corrigan.
Spcro, Suriano, McLaughlin,
Trense, Kahn, Cross, Huebner,
Schmidtz, Chamberlain. Chris-
tensen. Thorpe, Bacon. Seaberg,
Wong, Bradly, Robon, Trautwein, Mr. Grater, Hammond
Jennett, Gable, Siegel.
Posey, Bennett, Hancock, Bazelon, Rutan, Krippes, Hell-
strom, Parfltt, Eisenberg, Layer, Ross.
Graham, Burleigh, Zeivel, McCoy, Demsey, Bethke
Arms, Slamin, Hess, Burke, Ruch.
Berrks, Schreiner, Kuh, Ackley. Miss Hadden, Hatowski,
Kraetsch, Meacham, McMasters.
Julian, Murray, Jolinson, Erwin, Phelps, Montgomery,
McCarthy, Beatty, Larson.
Thalman, Cederbuy, Abrams, Bauer, Caneson, Paider,
Hendersen, Clauson, Leartetz, Luru, Mr. Harper, Ellis,
Conley, Hoag, Crofoot.
Schaepen, Clarke, Harman, Humphrey, Kratsch, Lyons,
O'Neil, Lowrey, Simmons, Crane, Clinton, Price.
Craig, Chalbnor, Simlul, Behan, Hackmuller, Deurne,
Drury, Stowe, Smith, Drew, Rix, Dewey.
Purvis, Phibbs, Butler. Furst, Mr. Holland, Lukeman,
Misantoni, Bucher, R. Evenstad.
Cormack, Parsons, D. Evenstad, Bullard, Aronson, Ran-
dau, White, Bray, Aishton, Schaffer, Bevier, Sherman.
Smith, Pesaturo, Hartray, Brown, Gonzoles, Scott, West-
rich. Hunt, Winburn, Harrison, Schyer, Maythem, Thal-
Ross, McDonnell, Pasinato, Miss King, Trees, Engelhard,
Schmidt, Gimse, Vedovell, Jones, Vandercook, Fry,
Kinsloe, Sosna, Burke, Bulley, Ehrlick, McCarn, Rusnak.
Porteriield, Gelderman, Schneider, Frederickson, Rosen-
berg, Mr. Lauer, Brower, Levernier, Werheim, Schwart-
Pickard, Ball, Weiler, Burnside, Christiansen, Kelso,
McDougal, Leonard, Peters, Street, Glass, Ives, Brigham,
Hemphill, Schmitz, Thornton, Hilliard, Braun, Conley,
DeCarlo, Barham, Humphrys, Shade, Pendleton, Tomas-
Robson, Macey, Hopkins, Teatro, Taylor, Wright, Jordon,
Dalkin, Ambler, Scholl, Fox, Buena, Homan, Salmen,
Stinson, Eggleston, Fagen, Chapin, Krantz, MacDougall,
Piatt, Campbell. Cook, Morris, Nichols, Gilchrist, Fall.
Goddard, Johannesen, Schmidt, Jones. Monk, Lindberg,
Leichsenring. Davidson, Hammerman, Young, McAfee,
Close, Johnson, MacKenzie, Belnap. Mr. Nay, Smith.
Macdonald, Baldwin, Hildreth.
Richmond, Schneider, Bond, Snorf. Eisenberg, Dume,
Kaspar, C. Macomber, B, Macomber, Allen, Shannon,
Lucas, Koltlat, Blackwell, Higbee, Wiseman, Haworth,
Fisher, Lindsay, Pierson, Beckman. Freyer, Elliff, Hink-
Martin, Lightner. Hammond, Zebold, Mr. Ream, Shaw,
Reinhold, Cahn, Poling.
Baumgardner, Rosberg, Agar. Borhek, Arndt, Horn,
Lechner, Conney, Jorgenson, Hackbarth. Redding, Burr.
Bartholomew. Wilson, Young, Wildeman. Spiesman, By-
rum. Lerch. Birkelund, Dold, Brenneck, Bond, Vaughan,
Houghton, Allen, Powell, Weisman. Simonds, Stewart,
Coates, Stohl, Fisher.
Adams, Montgomery, Allegan, Yust, Kahn, Wolf, McKee.
Johnson. Charles, Tyler, Thahmann. Craven. Ritter. Hal-
perin. McCormick, Alger, Dunham.
Severson. Abrahms, Connell, Luther, Mrs. Stewart, Ste-
phenson, Hammerman, Gossett, Slown.
Ettelson, Misantoni, Zeiss, Roe, Pierce, Miller, Root,
Bishop, Evans, Berner, Forbes.
Christensen, Thompson, Dempsey, Maurer, Wakeley,
Jannes, Hang, Rossberger, Turle, Murray.
Johntz. Bushman, Meyer, Peaster, Miss Wilson, Gold-
berg, Berg, Plumer, Weyl.
McGrew, Johnson, Marr, Wells, Kenna, Hamilton, Brown,
A. Kendrick, D. Kendrick.
Culbertson, Bothum, Schmitz, Guayle, Pooley, Treeman,
Stewart, Jensen, Fisher, Ellmore, Montgomery.
R. Smith, Riblett, Boggs, Bergdorf, Mrs. Windoes, Burr,
Morrison, Peacock, Taylor.
Stave, Belouncy, Lindeman, Mayer, Haas, Garly, Kock.
S. Smith, Greller. Turner, Roberson, Falk, Ballentine,
Leipold, Powell, Kirkham, Kuliak.
0 This year the Sophomore Class, whose offi-
cers are John Robertson, president, Edith Wat-
kins, vice-president, Nancy McMartin, secretary, ROBERTSON
and Dick Crawford, treasurer aided by the advis- President
er chairmen, Miss Hurst and Mr. Grinnell, has a
great deal of credit coming for the many things WA-I-KINS
it has accomplished. For the lirst time in quite a Vice president
few years, this class has acted as it should-as
sophomores. They seemed to know what respon-
sibilities were theirs, what was expected of them,
and in general admirably proved themselves wor-
thy of becoming next year's upperclassmen. Also
the so-called "sophomore slump" was almost en-
tirely eliminated, for the scholastic rating of the
class was found to be very good.
In addition to their well-rounded participa- Secretary
tion in school activities, the sophomores also found
time to enjoy the annual .sophomore party. This CRAWFORD
party lS a tradltlon, and its mam function IS to Treasurer
enable the members of the class to become better
acquainted. Entertainment was provided by the
class' own talent, and dancing followed afterwards
in the dining hall.
If the sophomores conduct themselves in the
same manner for the next two years, New Trier
will indeed have cause to be proud. Welcome,
Juniors of 746.
SOPHOMORE HONOR GROUP
Blackburn, Levy, Carlson, Brown, Markus, Steele, Perkins, Hart, Copello, Paxton, Ramsey, Barrett, Nielsen, Fischer,
Kadyk, McCarn, DuVal1.
Oberg, Noble, Maupin, Loewe, Gadske, Brown, Beasley, Brooks, Bremer, Dabrokua, Daggett, Fodor, Linick, Mink, Maltz,
Kenney, Burch, Wanner, Knobel, Barthell, Spielmann, Funkhouser, Hoy, Hurley, Laurine.
Schawe, Peirce, Kraetsch, Widau, Sutherland, McMahon, Snider, Rye, Altheimer, Clingman, Wilson, Rowe, Barnes, Jo-
hannesen, Burns, Nuveen, Middleton, Kenney, Otis, Suyker, Bruning, Branch, Pope, Smith, Busby, Sherman, Snell,
Henderick, Lafferty, Selck, Rice, Bond, Fulton, Janis, Ekman, Lockerbie, Little, Bowler, Weldon, Crawford, Rice,
Geniesse, Snyder, Lundin, Cutter, McKee, Thompson, Michels, Ingram, Eckhart, Hodgson, Wells, Friedlander, Elwood,
McMartin, Brown, Gunther, Wessel.
Wanner, Roeddiger, Cody, I-loffmeyer, Miss Becker, Ken-
ney, Dyer, Kroeschell, Chilikas.
Salberg, Baumgardner, Flack, Bond, Holmes, Pope,
Christian, A. Richer, Widau, Thomas.
Jenness, Hollister, McMahon, Clingman. M. Richer
Carlson, Noble, Dabrohua, Malizio.
Maltz, Soper, Smith. Donnelly, Smith, Lamme. Elwood,
Leathers, Greeley, Kullberg, Koch, Meyers, Moore, Rolf-
ing, 0'Conner, Johnson, Tomei.
Menghinelli, Scheib, Martens, Campbell, Morrill, Schu-
macher. Hollingbery, Scully, Mclish. Hoth, Sherman.
Fukutome, Marsh, Galloway, Grossell, Miss Bredin, Sny-
der, Bray, Schneider, Minns.
Farratti, Smith, Shodacek, Marr, Bruce, Wilson, Burning.
Ryan, Busby, Stancoe, Turner, McCarthy. Braue. Morri-
son. Hartshorne. Schwab, Grauer.
Dreschler, Keller, Bowser, Mills, Gratthus, Ferris, Niel-
Young, Anderson, Roberts, Harris, Smith, Lauer, Mar-
tenson, Robson, Friedlander.
Brown, Warner, Greear, Atcheson, Hinrichs. Chalmers.
Packard, Mayer, Ross, Pinkham.
Shine, Barnett, Boudreaux, Ramsay, Mr. Clausen, En"
right, Bender, Zidek, Zeutschel.
McDonald, Bucklin, Roos, Johnson. Crowell, Browen.
Nadler, Man, Balmes, Thompson.
Eckart, Roberts, Perkins, Sibley, Starkel, Lanphear.
Henrickson, McElroy, Swanson, Rindskopf.
Bolender, Bowler, Kadyk, Paxton. Mr. Coburn, Keller,
Weare, Stone, Lippincott.
Buchanan. Kohler, Pope, I-limes, McKee, Eckhart, Gra-
ter, Street, Beucher,
Taft. Ross, Bercaw, Christensen, Strodel, Geniesse, Rice.
Crawford, Huerter, Lindeen.
Klauke, Amici, Knox, Mercer, Mr. Condon, Johnson,
Barnthouse, Haase, Cooke.
Matot, Cravens, Obermeier, Donahue, Struett, Cutler, At-
kinson, Hoban, Beich.
Ludgin, Rattray, Babcock, Nutini, Lagerlof, McCarn,
Coates, Perkins, Ramsey, Bondy.
Levernier, Kilroy, Rowe. Vaughan, Mr. Cram
let, Johnson, Hayes, Steinholf, Wood.
Williams, Mueller, Hayden, Moyer, Reid, Ga
bel, Young, Heizer.
Steinberg, Hoss, DuVall, Ragland, Koerber
Korsgren, Jupp, Jackson, Gilbertson.
Lucas. Pallat, Calloway, Kivland, Mrs. Fish
Watt, Wessell, James, Van Zuylen.
Dastir, Aubineau, Altheimer Lichter, Allen
Branch. McKahan, Miller, Sutherland, Nuveen
Halk, Spink, Wroe, Hurley, Gardiner, Tegt
meyer, Peterson, Scheuer, Spielmann. Mercer
Browne. Jacob, Donaldson.
Fonder, Shaw, Daggett. Barenbrugge. Mrs
Gallie, Seng, I-Iinman, Hamley, Gadske.
Jones, Bauer, Williamson, Boothe. Kraetsch,
Miller, Parsons, Belding, I-lenricks. Hoffman
Meyer, Schoeneck, Watkins, Reinhardt. Thompl
Lindsey. Gridley, Goodsmith, McMartin. Burns.
son. Funkhouser, Shrader, Eisler.
Woodruff, Newhall, Foster, Leipold, Mrs. Peith-
man, Snell, Goeltsch, Bramhall, Burch.
Selck, Elmer, Witt, Jorgensen, Henderich, Rye.
Schmidt, Alfum, Schmitz, Porter, Gormley.
Hakanson, Sherman, Frankenstein, Beasley,
Lawson, Persson, Cowhill, Bergdorf. Gunther.
Barrett. Hart, Balkin, Frankland, Mr. Peter-
son, Williamson, Christoph, Cannon. Kartman.
Hoyne, Morgensten, Lowell, Woods, Pettibone,
Porter. Thompson, Steele, Little, Blackburn,
Miller, Jones, Herbon, Lund, Lindsay. Robert-
son. Hunt, Marsh, Hargreaves, Bishop.
Johnson, Janis, Psenicka, Copello. Mr. Pren-
dergast. Phipps, Estes, Hohlfelder, Herbon.
Ingram, Moore, Rummler, Montgomery, Ja-
cobi. Nelsen, Retzinger, Mercer, Elia.
Rose, McAlvey, Wittenberg, Hodgson, Hosbein,
Schopen, Carlson, Spaulding, Ekman.
i Row 2:
N Row 3
l Row 1:
1 Row 1:
Mendenhall, Brenchley, Drury, Jochum, Bad-
ger, Rosnagle. Rigler, Greene, Schmitz.
Rosmussen, Johnston, Brown, Beman. Snyder,
Showers, Robertson, Locherbie, Buchanan.
Wells. Kahn, Haas. Leoy, Zeivel. Carlsen.
Urice. Basquin. Call. Casterline.
Nowosel. Wyman. Gillman. Custard. Miss
Veach, Kalmes. Foster. Laurine, Schuller.
Knobel, Windes. Prendergast, Fulton. Hilton.
Kenney, Price. Baxter,
Brown, Dowd, Loewe. Peacock, Showers, Pol-
len. Harff, Robertson.
Seely, Hussander. Brockell, Phipps, Mrs. Vol-
man, Linde, Wilson, Amino, Balmes.
Otis, Natinberg. Sollitt, Suyker, Koller, Snider.
Thompson, Podalsky, Beker.
King, Brown. Davis. Collins, Richardson,
Droegemueller, Gatling. Middleton. Oberg.
Schultheis, Fisher, Seely, Seashore. Mr. Wehr,
Schnell, Jones, Sullivan, G. Green.
Foster, Poling, Clark, Lunoin, Dudley. Mahan,
Carey, Brainard, Stelfy, Thornton.
0'Brien, Koelling. Michels, Merkle. Meyers,
Jeangerard. Geier. Weldon, Haines, Herlocker,
Lundeen, Portes. Moore. Di Venauzo. Miss
Weiler, Lichter. Lind, Brooks, Bremer.
Trom, Collins, Hypes, Rutan, Sheehn, Scribner,
Roth. Ehrhardt. Dickson, Weber, Ferraro.
Morser, Beebe, Stull, Werner. Baustert. Drew,
Boyle. Hoy, Zeivel. Woods. Cajka.
Pallisard, Bengston, Daesuhner, Fodor, Dix,
Goltry. Miller. Martens. Linick.
McCurdy, Greenwood. Chernin. Lafferty,
Barnes. Rowe. Peirce, Wade, Pallisard, Clax-
Mink. Bucher. Perrin, Getman, Mann. Jo-
hannesen, Nelson. Spies. Huck. Randall. Reich.
Jun bk . .
0 Under the capable leadership of Pat Cory,
President, Clif Stowers, Vice-President, Nancy
Edwards, Sec-retaryg and Bob Merriheld, Treas-
urer, the Juniors have proven that they are
well qualified to accept their important re-
sponsibilities as upperclassmen. The important
event of the year was the Junior Prom, which,
due to the careful planning and enthusiastic
efforts of the officers and the comniittees, was
a complete success.
The Juniors took a very active part in all
the school activities, including the bond drives
and stamp sales. Again this year, Juniors were
elected to the TNT electoral hoard. Next year,
if they continue to maintain their active records,
they will become members of TNT and elect
next yearis hoard.
A great deal of credit should go to Miss
Hamilton, the chairman of the Junior Girls,
and Mr. Vernon, the Junior Boys' chairman,
for their help in maintaining the high standards
of the class.
JUNIOR HONOR GROUP
Fox, Guthridge, Mendelsohn, Goldreich, Deane, Sesterhenn, Dalgety, Trautwein, Drucker, Cooper, Gordon, Macdonald,
Hawkins, Miller, Adler, Tinsley, Knapp, Karsten, Bonanno, Jameson, Duvall, Fish, Dallas, Lund.
Hicks, Altmann, Stewart, Leonard, Hackett, Frazier, Crane, Bergmann, Cross, Price, Roessler, Schurmeier, Lloyd,
Gimse, Williams, Norns, Merriam, Ellis, Donaldson, Hurlbut. Vernon, Sizer, Bauer, Lyman.
Harnsberger, Staller, Rittersporn, E. Anderson, J. Anderson, Rich, Hefter, McConnell, Wagener, Myers, Mills, McGanney.
Pierce, Schmitz, Yntema, Brown, Gould, Taylor, Corney, Kuhn. Crampton. Galey, Martin, Rugen, Horney, Rux. Harrison.
Beach, Hosbein, Green, Fender.
Welter, Vaughan, Millhouse. Pauschert. Miss
Anderson, Brown, McQuide, Ogden. Ilg.
Jensen. Jung, Drum, Houghton, Butler. Donald-
son, Lasater, Wilson, Edwards, Chalmers, Price,
Hamley, Atwater, Dawson, Norman. Ballantyne.
Rudolph, Beaven, Kempner. Erickson, King,
Reinwald, Rich, Hosokowa, Green, Mr, Aschen-
bach, Leahy, Nicholson, Fletcher, Stuller.
Baxter, D. Mayer, Almgreen. Braun, Schmitz,
Braun, Riemenschneider, Kuhn. Luensmam, Lewis.
Barnes, Pepoon, McKnight, Galey, Caton. Boudart,
Spies, Vernuoy, McDowell. B. Mayer.
Bennett. Molinare, Frisch. Amici. Miss Casella,
Duvall, Furguson, Mendelsohn, Reize.
Hamann, Stewart, Peterson, Altiilisuh, Copper,
Hollis, Tait, Buzan.
Dale, Watkins, Coltman, Schladen, Naylor, Can-
non, Deane, Saunders.
LaRoy, Corwin, Davis, Campbell, Belnap. Chase,
Donnelly, Dallas, Bahr.
Miss Flemington, Drucker, Paidar, Hurlbutt, Well-
in, Greenhalgh, Rider, Lindberg, Chrisman, Sal-
men, Reinhardt, Trautwein, Miller.
Reebie, Patterson, Huebner. Merriam, Lind.
Sawle, Vernon, Jannes, Didier, Colburn, Jost,
Durnie, Mills, Bruning, Schaefer, Mr. Frantzen,
Hudson, Stowers, Hall, Pasqunille.
Shuman, Brave, Kuiken, Balmes, Clark, Roberts,
Brown, Taylor, Stan sbury.
Law, Ebbert, Rich, Akiyama. Ross. Hillis. Kors-
gren, Pearson, Robt, Baur, Allen, Thorp, Bruns,
Peterson. Branscone, Reece, Layne. Mr. Funk
houser, Moberg, Becken, Hill, Simonsen.
Stackhouse, Egan, Yoder, Pierce. Smith, Proud-
foot, Carney, Herrick, Martin. Zeddies, Rindskopf.
Merrifield, Knight, Jannotta. Zschau. Robertson,
Beach, Andrews, Harrison, Frey, Penberthy, Sie-
gel, Berglund, Nelson.
Gaylord, Rose, Moseley, Sherman, Knapp
Marsh, Spitz, Joluison, Eriksen.
Miss Henningson, Noble, Thiessen, Sieck
Berlin, Edgerton, Ward, Ely, Place, Pilka
Jones, Johannson, Spiegel, Petersen, Learned
Stephens, Pfutzenreuter, Roessler, Sunkel.
Emrich. McMartin, Haynes, Hortwig.
Gentles, Cowhill, Keller, Jacky, Mr. Hoyt,
Stade, Flinker, Anderson, Vedovell.
Burnside, King, Maroon, W. Campbell,
Grieves, Patton, Jensen, Green, Martin.
Taylor, Kuh, Black, E. Campbell, Yager,
Schwall, Edmonds, Pavlik, Thomas, Stahl,
Coons, Jones, Hood, Walker, Mr. Kahlcr,
Kirchberg, Burch, Kirschbraun, Brush.
Spero, Hein, Crampton, Augur, Bowers, Kim-
zelman, Cloud, 0'Donnell, Stefany, Jarchow,
Blackwell, Hayes, Wheeler, Reinwald, Rugen,
Tucker, Schiffin, Liepold, Braun, Mestjian,
LA MET RE
Adkins, Morrison, Tinsley, Lundeen, Miss
LaMetre, Lord, Hagan, Austin, Hendrickson.
May, Golderich, Murphey, Guthridge, Wole-
hen. Swanberg, Janney, Fleischman, Hackett,
Williams, Du Mong, Malmquist.
Molner, Kopper, Halldorson, Bachrach, Dow-
er, Genge, Moyer, Rayburn, Lloyd, Fox, Gor-
don, Palmieri, Kaisten.
Fried, Stroeble, Lisberg, Polk, Mr. Landwer,
Whitehead, Fleischman, Lane, Rogers.
Johnson, Breen, Miller, Huck, Buck, Pem-
ble, Smith, Dalton.
Riva, Palmquist, Maloney, Myers, Gould,
Hey, McConnell, McKenzie, Petti.
Selzer, Glorio, Hicks, Evenstad, Mr. Mc-
Dowell, Underhill, Carney, Nelson, Ochi.
Nolan, Uhl, Yntema, Schultz, Carpenter
McGanney, Mills, Russell, Rux, Michinard
Lewis, Sloan, Ferguson, Pearson, Bullinger,
Baptista, Copp, Wagener, Hillinger, Jones,
Bird, Gray, Baer, McAlister.
l: Tripplehorn, Paley, Schumacher. Bricker,
Adler. Miss Paul. Furst, Jamison, Soissa,
'Zz M. L. Smith, Hntzmann, Leonard, Crane,
Ekholm, G. Smith. Maher, Lloyd, Swindell,
Ellis, Rothermel. Rowe, Halper.
S: Small, Telifero. Hoffman, Lyman. Williams,
Blietz, I-Iallsteen. Forsythe. Thompson, Bauer,
Curry. Harkness, Doheny.
l: David, Munroe. Burmeister. Hirsch. Mrs.
Phillips, Jameson, Dottavio, Lund, Riggs.
'Zz Marx, Hicks, Liebman, Tourtelot, Gill, Sizer,
Mawicke, Krensky. Radder, Birks.
3: Rooney, Scrimgeaur, Risser, Rateike, Cory,
Broadhurst, Fish, Dalgety. Campbell, Hop-
l: Mizoguchi, Murray. Dault. Pancoe, Miss
Reinhardt, Barthell, Beerling, Mr-Latchie,
'Cz Wells, Howerton. Engels, Hohlfelder, Con-
over. Martin, Jorgenson, Miller, Krensel,
3: Witt, Parker, Frazier, Bengston, Gibbons.
Montonaro, Sesterhenn, McEwan, Thomp-
son. Bench, Gimse.
l: Kent. Grove, Van Esso. Rittersporn, Mr.
Smith, Lyford, Hascall. Ziebell, Hancock.
Z: Frake, Selby, Carter, Lass. Karp, Jost,
Fried, Anderson. Sproule, Strobel, Hefter.
ll: Bullard Marshall. Ettelson. Tomlinson. John-
son. Lockyer, Reagen, Gehlert, Buescher, Kil-
ner. Pokorney. Gries. Drew.
l: Mercer. Chilikas. Johnson. Henderson. Miss
Smith. Macdonald, Wehrheim, Triebold, Main.
-1 Gockel, Herb. Davidson. George, Sullivan,
Flanagan, Kalmes, Burgoyne, Fellers,
.lt Cahn. Buist. Nilsson. Schupp, Ostergaard.
Allman, Zadadek. Wilson, McDermott, Lips.
1: Balmes, Melvoin. Sheldon. Harnsberger. Mr.
Udc. Tuteur. Mayer. Bay. DiCesare.
2: Rider. Ogilvie. Koropp, Allen, Peterson.
Clarke, Gormley, Bauer. Ames.
3: Young. Steffens. Bolender, Hosbein. Shure,
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Row 1: Below, Farr, A. M. White, Booth. Engelhard, M. L. White, Nuzum, Duncombe, Bachmann, Ketcham, Moeller, Hannnerman, Siefkin
Row 2: I-Iinners, Warfield, Clark, Merrifield, McCabe, Taylor, Middleton, Loucks, Bryson, Pearson, Street, Cook, Gilbert, Moyer.
Row 3: Ellis, Coulter, Yowell, Adams, Simpson, H. Fox, Long, Rogers, Davis, Baldwin, Anderson, Olson, K. Fox, Hadley, Steingraber.
Absent from Picture: Stake. P. Treveiler, R. Treveiler.
0 The highest honor that a student can receive at New Trier is election to T.N.T. These letters stand for the
Latin words Tenax, Nobilis, Triumphans, which means Steadfast, Noble, Triumphant. The purpose of this or-
ganization is to recognize outstanding qualities of leadership and to encourage sustained participation in extra-
curricular activities. Each year the senior members of T.N.T. and next year's election hoard are elected by the
board selected the previous year. '
JR. T.N.T. BOARD
Row 1: Tinsley, Williams, Edwards, Beaven, Vernon, Rose.
Row 2: Bray, Campbell, Carney, Clarke, Pearson, Stackhouse,
Absent from Picture: Stowers.
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O Honor Society is composed of those students who for
seven semesters or more have maintained an over-all average
of 3.20 or above. Those who have transferred from other high
schools must have attended New Trier for a minimum of three
semesters to he eligible for this honor, which is awarded at
the end of the student's senior year.
0 The D. A. R. award is spon-
sored hy the Glencoe chapter and
is given in recognition of good
citizenship and integrity. Sue En-
glehart and Jerry Ketcham were
on the iinal ballot. The Tri-Ship
award is given for the qualities of
leadership, sportsmanship, and
citizenship. Steve Davis, Bucky
Ellis, and Chuck Steingraher were
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Row 1: Seder, McNeill, Dalton, G. Heller, Becker, White, Cody, Rosenthal, Duncombc, Carpenter, Goldhlatt, Schwab, Cunningham, Frazier,
Row 2: Figley, Hatch, Fisher, Blunt, Rycroft, Darley, Spiesman, Rihl, Wells, Smith, I-lammerman, Siefkin, Cook, Shinnick, Leisch, McMahon.
Row 3: Hess, Heller, Steele, Below, McDonnell, Walker, Robinson, Windes, Taylor, Perry, Pearson, Iioehne, Hueckler, Moore, Blaise, Harris,
Absent from Picture: Bennett. DeForest, Gunn, Kieft, Moon.
BOYS, HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1: Bratschi, Coulter, Martin, Grauer, Storch. Schultz, Swift, Fischer, Schaefer, Williams, Vasels, Knupier, Bowen.
2: Adams, Moser, Yowell, Shanesy, K. Fox, Moyer, Ellis, Steingraber, Shefte, Bauman, Bushnell, Cohler, Appelbaum.
Olson, Johnson, Harms, Scott, Kletzien, Davis, Chace, Bowler, Henning, Rogers, Long, Ludovice.
Absent from Picture: Anderson, Boothe, Lynch, McClary, Moulding, Stake, Swanson, Wilde.
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UDECKER e o
NEW TRIER WILL REMEMBER YOU . .
CLASS OF 1945
O From that first morning in September
when you entered New Trier to the day
that you graduated you have helped to
build and improve your school. The en-
ergy and leadership which were evident
during your first years have asserted them-
selves and during your senior year you
have led the school and your class in many fields. The Bond drive, the banquets
and dances, the athletic championships, the charity drives, the February Gradua-
tion, the dramatic productions, and the student canteen, are all proof of the
outstanding leadership shown by your class.
X As the first class to have spent your four high school years under wartime
conditions you have been called upon to direct the school in increasingly difficult
responsibilities. You have shown your worth. Seventy-seven of your members
are now engaged in serving their country and one, Frank Baer, has already given
his life. The war has been ever-present in your minds. This is evidenced by the
excellence of your leadership in the school wartime activities. Yes, class of 194-5,
iNew Trier will remember you, you have left an indelible mark on your school.
We have tried this year to make your yearbook a worthy memento of your
Qui fm R ix ,. senior year. We have given more space to the teachers and departments, space
of RJR it-...Q-I ipfshich we feel was well deserved. From the available photographs we put together
YO .kg s 1.3 I a snapshot section which, we felt, was more inclusive. Also in the writeups of
isenior activities, we have given credit to the seniors who have done more work in
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music, or performing with the Verse Speaking Choir, than required for school
credit. This has been indicated by "M.S." Qmusic serviceD, and then either WB?
CBandJ, ME." CEnsemblej, or MO." COrchestraj, and by 5'V.S.C.S." CVerse-
Speaking Choir Servicej. The three color zincs are an addition which we feel
add greatly to the appearance of the book.
,XR ' We hope this yearbook meets the approval of the senior body and lives up'
ki , to? the standards set by the seniors in all other activities.
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0 Wilmette: Hall Guard 23 JV Foot-
ball, Letter 43 Basketball Mgr. 43
1M Mgr. 33 Adv. Mgr. 33 Chess
0 "Meme," Winnetka: Entered Sen-
ior Year3 Student from Guatemala.
'Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2,43 Student
Council Study Hall Rules Com. 43
Study Hall Sup. 43 Tri-Ship Rep.
1,43 Usher Corps 3,43 Assistant
Head 43 Info Desk 3,43 Ass't Club
Room Ch. 4: Frosh Helper 43
Football 1-4, Letter 43 Track 2-4,
Letter 2: Wrestling, Letter 43 IM
Volleyball Champs 13 Wrestling
Champs 33 Rifle Club 1: Career
Club 4: Sports Club 4.
Musicale Club 43 Geog-
raphy Club 43 Career Club 43 Uni-
versity of Athens.
0"Jack," Wilmette: War Stamp
Rep. 33 Football 3: Wrestling 43
Cheerleader 1-33 Athletic Mgr. 3,43
0"Peggy," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Friendly Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 43
Dramatic Club 3,43 Make-Up Crew
243 G.A.A. 1-43 Rep. 23 Latin Club
13 Spanish Club 23 Career Club 3,42
Page Girl 2,43 Office Staff 43 Brad-
0 Wilmette: Study Hall Sup. 4g
Girls' Club Rep. 23 "Gondoliers" 43
News Reporter 2,32 Career Club 3,43
Rockford High School 13 Miami
0 "Nick," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Roll 1-43 Usher Corps 3,42
Info Desk 3,4: Dramatic Club 3,43
"Horizon Visible" 33 "Dear Octo-
pus" 43 Actors' Guild 4g Sr. Music
Club 43 Inklings Contbr. 3g Colgate
0 Winnetka: Study Hall Rules Com.
43 Study Hall Sup. 43 Tri-Ship Club-
room Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 43 JV
Football 43 Career Club 4.
0 Kenilworth: T.N.T. 43 Elect. Bd.
33 Class Pres. 43 Study Hall Sup.
2,33 Tri-Ship Rep. 13 Dinner Com.
23 Inter-Scholastic Rel. Com. 3:
Service Register Com. 33 Pub. Rel.
Com. Head 43 Usher Corps 3,43
Info Desk 43 Hall Guard 23 Swim-
ming 1,23 Football 23 "Horizon Vis-
ible" 3g "Lagniappe" 3: "Pinafore"
3: "Gondoliers" 43 M.S.E. 3,43
News Staff 2-4.
0 Winnetka: Honor Roll 1,23 Lens
Club 1: Gavel Club 1,23 Geography
Club 2-43 German Club 3,43 Science
Club 3,43 Career Club 43 Colgate
'Wilmette: Traffic Squad 3: Hall
Guard 33 Basketball 33 Golf 3.
0 "App," Winnetka: Honor Society
4g Honor Roll 2-43 Class Tennis
Doubles Champ 23 IM Soccer
Champs 33 Rifle Club 1,43 Gavel
Club 1,2,43 Radio Club 2g Science
Club 43 Chess Club 43 Debate Team
1,2,43 Forensic League 1,2,4: Yale.
0 Kenilworth: G.A.A. 3,43 Career
Club 3,43 Service Club 3,43 Arizona.
Armstrong, Virginia Mary
0 "Ginny," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,43 Girls' Club Rep. 33 Magazine
Com. 43 Actors' Guild 13 Treas. 23
G.A.A. 1-43 Chevron 43 Latin Club
1g Swing Club 13 French Club 2-41
Career Club 3,43 Mills.
9Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Elect. Bd.
33 Honor Group 13 Student Coun-
cil Rep. 33 War Dept. 33 Exec.
Sec. of Social Dept. 33 Victory Corps
Com. 23 Girls' Club Vice-Pres. 4g
Rep. 13 "Lagniappe" 3,43 Dramatic
Club 2,33 Actors' Guild 2,33 Prop
Head 23 G.A.A. 1-43 Speedball 13
Swing Club 13 French Club 2,33
Career Club 3,43 Connecticut.
0 Winnetka: G.A.A. Rep. 4: Base-
'Winnetkaz Study Hall Sup. 43
Track 1,3,43 IM Tennis Doubles
0"Babs," Winnetka: Career Club
3,43 Colorado College.
Baldesweiler, Adeline L.
0 Wilmette: G.A.A. 2-43 Baseball 33
Speedball 43 Rhythms 4: 300-pt. 33
Chess Club 33 Photo-Painters 43 Art
League 43 Art Institute.
0 "Dave," Winnetka: T.N.T. 4:
Honor Group 1g Student Council
Rep. 1.2,4: Pub. Com. 1: Assembly
Com. 23 Exec. Sec. Assembly Dept.
3,43 War Dept. 4: Study Hall Sup.
3.4: Del. State Council Conv. 2,33
Hall Guard 33 "Lagniapoe" 3:
Actors' Guild 1-43 Basketball 1:
Football 2g German Club 3.43
Career Club 43 Stanford.
0 'ABaldy," Winnetka: Honor Group
1: Usher Corps 43 Wrestling 4:
Baseball 23 Adv. Mgr. 43 Jr. Track
Mgr. 33 Career Club 4.
Ballman. John S.
"'Jack," Wilmette: Honor Group
1-33 Wiar Stamp Rep. 43 Tri-Ship
Student Aid Com. 43 Info Desk 43
Stage Crew 43 "Pinafore" 3: Lib.
Monitor 33 Michigan.
0 4'Bill," Wilmette: Football 2g
Track 2,43 Letter 23 Iowa.
"'Bob," Wilmette: "Pinof-ire" 33
Career Club 43 Feb. Grad.
9 Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep. 4: Gym-
nastic Team 1,23 "Horizon Visible"
3g Feb. Grad.
Baron, Irene M.
0 "Rene," Wilmette: Deer Park
High School, Ohio 1-3.
0"Pete," Winnetka: Honor Group
13 Tri-Ship Rep. 23 Cheerleader 3,43
Head 4g Feb. Grad.
0Winnetka: Actors' Guild 23
G.A.A. Volleyball 23 Service Club
33 Spanish Club 23 Cadet Nursing
' Glenview: Honor Group 3,43 Art
League 33 Musicale 43 Career Club
0 4'Jark," Wilmette: IM Soccer
Champs 43 Lens Club 13 Chess Club
13 Rifle Club 1-43 Career Club 43
0Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,2,43 Theo. Science
Club 4g Career Club 43 Purdue.
0 "Dib," Glencoe: Girls' Club Rep.
1-33 Charity Com 33 Dramatic Club
43 "Dear Octopus" 43 V.S.C.S. 4:
G.A.A. 2-43 Latin Club 1,23 Career
Club 3.43 Skidmore.
'Wilmette: Wrestling 4: Gavel
Club 13 Rifle Club 2,33 Science
9 "Barb," Winnetka: Honor Group
1-43 Actors' Guild 1: G.A.A. 1-43
Arr. Com. 23 Speedball 1,33 Hockey
2g Swimming 1-3g Baseball 2,33 Oili-
cial 3: Chevron 13 Numerals 23
Doubles Tennis Champ 3g Musicale
13 Latin Club 13 Make-up Crew 3:
French Club 2-4: Career Club 3.43
Photo Painter Club 43 Wellesley.
Becker, Frances Elizabeth
9 'gBetty," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Roll 1-32 Girls' Club Rep.
33 Employment Com. 3.43 "La-
gniappe" Props Crew 43 Dramatic
Club 2-43 tilt Pays to Advertise" 23
Props Crew 2,33 G.A.A. 2-4: Speed-
ball 3,43 Career Club 3.43 Pres. 4:
Latin Club 33 Pri-s. 33 French Club
04'Frankie.', Glencoe: "Lagniappe"
43 Girls' Club Arr. Com. 3: Drama-
tic Club 43 "Pomander Walk" 4:
"Dear Octopus" 43 g'Horizon Visi-
ble" 33 G.A.A. 3,43 Rep. 43 Broad-
casting Club 1-43 Pres. 43 Recital
Group 1-43 Pres. 2.3: Service Club
43 Career Club 3,43 Pomona.
Bederman, Jeanne Iris
9 Winnetka: G.A.A. 1-4: Suansh
Club 2,31 Career Club 3,113 Beverly
Hills High School, Calif. 3.
Beebe, Raymond B.
9 "Ray," Glencoe: Adv. Mgr. 1-33
iVI.S.B. 43 Aeronautical Club 13
Rifle Club 1-3.
0Winnetka: Honor Group 3g Lib.
Ass't 2,33 Info Desk 4g Swimming
2-43 Guard 3,43 Aeronautical Club
1-33 Pres. 23 Rifle Club 23 Cal.
' Wilmette: Illinois.
Below, Barbara Ann
0 Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-43 Girls' Club
Friendly Com. 3g Head of Arr. Com.
43 Make-up Crew 3.43 Dramatic
Club 43 G.A.A. 1-43 Baseball 2,33
Speedball 3,43 Teleg. Swimming
Team 3,43 Oflicial 2g Award Com.
23 Page Girl 3g Latin Club 33
French Club 3,43 Career Club 3,43
0 Wilmette: News Staff 33 Ass't
Feature Ed. 43 Inklings Contbr. 1,23
Quill Club 23 Northwestern.
0 Glenview: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 Jr. Music Club 1,23 Sr.
Music Club 3,43 Musicale 3,43
Career Club 4.
'Wilmette: "Gondoliers" 43 Jr.
Music Club 43 Recital Club 43
0Kenilworth: War Stamp Rep. 43
Dramatic Club 43 Make-up Crew 3,
43 Echoes Sr. Section Staff 43
G.A.A. 2-43 Baseball 3: Volleyball
3g Hockey 33 Basketball 3: Riding
43 Numerals 3g Chevron 33 300-pt.
4g Golf 33 Head 43 Page Girl 33
Spanish Club 23 Badminton Club 33
Career Club 3,43 Service Club 3,43
0 "Lee," Glencoe: Student Council
Service Com. 1-33 "Lagniappe" Cos-
tume Com. 33 Girls' Club: Charity
Com. 43 Actors' Guild 2,33 "Horizon
Visible" 3g Make-up Crew 3,43 V.S.
C.S. 43 "Yeoman of the Guard" 23
"Pinafore" 33 "Gondoliers" 43
News Reporter 1-33 Echoes Senior
Section 33 G.A.A. 1-43 Speedball 13
Official 23 Hockey 33 Latin Club
13 French Club 2-43 Career Club
0 "Bernie," Winnetka: 'iLagni:xppe"
3,43 Swimming 1-4: Actors' Guild 33
"Horizon Visible" 33 'Glolanthe" 13
of the Guard" 2: "Pina-
HGondoliers" 4: .lr. 'Nlusic
Club 3,43 Senior Music Club 3.4.
Glenview: Honor Group
0 Glencoe: Honor Group 1.23 Study
Hall Sup. 3: War Stamp Rep. 33
Girls' Club Rep. 23 Fin. Com. 33
"Lagniappe" Costume Com. 4g
G.A.A. 2-43 Rep. 33 Publ. Head 43
Basketball 13 Pool Guard 4: Musi-
cale 13 Latin Club 1: French Club
23 Career Club 3,43 Arizona.
9 Chicago: Manhasset High School,
New York 1,2.
9"Bernie," Wilmette: Hyde Park
High School 1g Lake View High
School 2,33 Illinois.
9"Jim," Wilmette: George Wash-
ington High School, Va. 13 Richard
Montgomery High School, Md. 2,3.
Blaise, Shyrl R.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-33 War Stamp Rep. 13
News Typing Staff 23 Adv. Staff 3,43
Head 43 G.A.A. 2-4: Lacrosse 2,33
Baseball 2,33 Hockey 3,42 Volley-
ball 43 Official 23 300-pt. 33 600-
pt. 43 Spanish Club 23 Career Club
Bleser, Jayne F.
9Wilmette: Career Club 43 Laur-
ence High School. Mich. 3.
Bletzer, Nancy Jane
9 Kenilworth: Stage Crew 13 Girls'
Latin School, Chicago 13 Briarcliff.
9Winnetka: "Horizon Visible" 33
Broadcasting Club 3.4.
Blunt, Barbara Ann
9 "Ann," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-43 Girls' Club
Rep. 43 Employment Com. 43 News
Staff 3,42 G.A.A. Service Com. 33
Latin Club 1-33 Jr. Music Club l-33
Sec. 33 French Club 2-41 Vassar.
9"Hank," Wilmette: Library Staff
3g Info Desk 4g Adv. Staff 23 Visual
Ed. Staff 2,33 Northwestern.
9 "Hank," Winnetka: "Horizon Vis-
ible" 33 Ardmore Jr. High School,
Pa. lg Lower Marion High School,
9 "Judy," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group lg Student Council
Bldg. Grds. Com. 13 Service Com.
2,33 Vandalism Com. 33 Assembly
Com. 3: Study Hall Sup. 33 Girls'
Club Charity Com. 13 "Horizon Vis-
ible" 33 Jr. Music Club 1.23 Sr.
Music Club 3,4-3 Echoes Sr. Section
3g G.A.A. Rep. 1,31 Social Com. 33
Head 4g Class Tennis Mgr. 23
Rhythms 2-43 300-pt. 33 Career
9 "Norty," Wilmette: Honor Society
4g Honor Group 1,23 "Lagniappe"
Board 23 "Lagniappe," Author 43
Dramatic Club 1,2,43 German Club
2,43 Pres. 43 Broadcasting Club 43
Science Club 1,2,43 Pres. 43 Light
Crew 1,2,43 Manager 43 Stage Crew
43 Physical Science Club 4.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 23 Latin
Club 1,23 French Club 2,43 Career
Club 43 University of Wisconsin.
9"Ollic." Glenview: Honor Group
13 i'Lagniappe" 43 "Horizon Visible"
33 Jr. Music Club 1,23 Latin Club
1,23 Service Club 3,43 German Club
3,43 Sec. 2,43 Career Club 3,43
Library Assistant 1,43 De Pauw.
9 "Dottie," Wilmette.
9 "Boots," Wilmette.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 2.4: News
Staff 3: Art League 33 Career Club
33 Ofiice Staff 33 Colorado Univer-
9 "Ted." Northfield: Honor Society
4g Honor Group 1-43 Radio Club
1-43 Program Chairman 43 Physical
Science Club 4g Science Club 4.
Bowler, Wlilliam J.
9"Bill," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-43 Study Hall
Sup. 33 Tri-Ship Student Aid Com.
43 Usher Corps 3.4: Service
Squad 43 Chairman 43 lnfo Desk
43 Football 1-43 Letter 3.43 Track.
Letter 2-42 IM Soccer Champs 2:
9"Al." Winnetka: M.S.O. 3,43 Jr.
Music Club 23 Sr. Music Club 3,43
Career Club 43 Lawrencc.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 3: Stage
Crew 4: Musicale 33 German Club
3,43 Visual Aid 2g Northwestern.
9 "Ray," Winnetka: Honor Society
4: Tri-Ship Dinner Com. 4: 1nfo
Desk 4: Echoes Editorial Staff 33
Bus. Mgr. 43 Northwestern.
9Gle-ncoe: Honor Groun 1: "Our
Town" 2: "Horizon Visible" 3:
HYYPOIIIHII of the Guard" 2' "Gardi-
liers" 43 Wrestling 43 Aeronautic
Club 2: Career Club 43 Princeton.
9Wilmette: Honor Group 2i "La-
9".lanie," Winnetka: News Staff
43 Career Club 4g French Club 43
Evanston 1-33 Connecticut.
9 "Hughie," Winnetka: Honor Group
2g Study Hall Sup. 43 Usher Corps
43 Football 1,2.43 IM Soccer Champs
2,33 Baseball 1-43 Gavel Club 13
Career Club 43 Dartmouth.
.GlCllViCWZ Honor Group 43 Sr.
Music Club 43 Ponce De Leon High
School. Calif. 1-3.
9Winnetka: Dramatic Club 3,43
"George and Margaret" 33 "Dear
Octopus" 43 Broadcasting Club 43
Echoes Write-up Staff 43 Victory
Corps 3,43 Blanchester High School,
9Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Elect. Bd.
33 Honor Group 1,21 Class Pres.
33 Student Council Rep. 2.33
Vice-Pres. 4: Vandalism Com. 23
War Dept. Ass't 2,33 Anti-Cheating
Com. 33 Social Com. 3: Head 43
Girls' Club Rep. 1: Publ. Com. 33
G.A.A. 1-33 Speedball 1.3: Class
Mgr. 33 Volleyball 23 Publ. Com. 23
Official 23 300-pt. 23 Page Girl 33
French Club 3,43 Career Club 3.43
9Glencoe: Emerson High School,
9 Wilmette: Baseball 13 Volleyball
Class Mgr. 23 300-pt. 2.
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 3.4: Tri-Ship Publ.
Com. 3: Ass't Pub. Rel. Com. Head
43 Usher Corps 3: Dramatic Club
4: f'Pomander Walk" 43 News Staff
2-4: Ass't Ed. 33 Ed. 43 Echoes
Editorial Staff 3: Write-up Staff 4:
lnklings Contbr. 23 Career Club 43
Butterworth, Donna Lee
9Chicago: Latin Club 1: French
Club 2-43 Career Club 43 Musicale
43 De Pauw.
9 "Bud," Glencoe: Football 1.4:
Swimming 13 Basketball. Letter 2:
Soccer Champs 33 Lib. Monitor 3.
9"Chika," Northfield: Hall Guard
2-43 Wrestling 3,4: IM Soccer
Champs 43 Volleyball Champs 33
9 Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 4: Career
Club 3,43 Art League 43 Arizona.
9Glencoe: Honor Group 1.3.43
Study Hall Sup. 33 Tri-Ship Service
Register Com. 1: Usher Corps 3:
Hall Girard 3.43 Traffic Squad 3,41
Basketball 1-3: Letter 23 Tennis
2.33 Wrestling 4: Adv. Room Mgr.
1.23 News Staff 1: Feb. Grad.:
9 Winnetka: Honor Societv 4: News
Staff 4: Career Club 4- Newton
High School, Mass. 1.2: Bloomfield
High School, Conn. 3.
9"Betty," Glencoe: Honor Group
33 Office Staff 4-3 Northwestern.
9 "Mickey." Winnetka. Career Club
3,4: Evanston Hospital.
9 "Jack," Winnetka: Golf 2-43 Class
Champ 1-33 School Champ 2,3.
9 "Louie," Winnetka: Tri-Ship Rep.
43 "Horizon Visible" 3: i'Pinafore"
33 "Gondoliers" 43 Carleton.
9 "Sali,'i Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 2-43 War Stamp
Rep. 33 Auditor 3g Dramatic Club
3,43 Props Crew 3,43 Head 43
Carroll, Catherine B.
9 "Catbie," Winnetka: G.A.A. 3,43
300-pt. 33 French Club 33 Highland
Park High School 1,23 Katherine
9Winnetka: Entered Senior Year3
Student from Guatemala.
9 "Bill," Wilmette: War Stamp Rep.
33 "Lagniappe" 3,43 Swimming 1,32
JV Football 43 IM Soccer Champs
2,32 Basketball Champs 1,23 News
Staff 1,23 Swing Club 1,23 Rifle
Club 1,23 Spanish Club 23 Career
9Wilmette: Radio Club 2-43 Sci-
ence Club 43 Physical Science Club
43 Public Address Corps 3.
9 "Tom," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1,3,43 Student
Council Assembly Com. 13 War
Stamp Rep. 33 Tri-Ship Dinner
Com. 23 Club Room Com. 33 Stu-
dent Aid Com. 43 Info Desk 43 Hall
Guard 2g "Lagniappe" 3g Business
Com. 43 Rehearsal Com. 43 Lib.
Monitor 33 Basketball 1-33 Letter
23 Baseball 1,25 Referee 2-43 Sports
Club 43 Career Club 43 Cornell.
Chapman, Phyllis S.
9"Phyl," Wilmette. Honor Group
13 Dramatic Club 43 Actors' Guild
3,43 Make-up Crew 3,42 G.A.A. 1-43
Rep. 43 Publ. Com. 13 Treasury
Com. 43 Chevron 23 300-pt. 23 Ofii-
cial 3: Latin Club 13 Spanish Club
2.3: Pres. 3: Career Club 3,43 Page
Girl 33 De Pauw.
Chilcote, Jane Elizabeth
9 "Janey," Winnetka: News Repor-
ter 43 Miami University.
9 Wilmette: South Kingston High
School, New York City 1.2.
9 Winnetka: Student Council Social
Com. 43 Career Club 43 San Marino
High School, Calif. 1-3.
9 Kenilworth: T.N.T. 4g Study Hall
Sup. 43 Girls' Club Rep. 33 Friend-
lv Com. 33 Junior Mgr. 3g Social
Com. Head 43 "Lagniappe" 3,4:
Echoes Staff 33 G.A.A. 1-43 Rep.
1,23 Volleyball 1-33 Speedball 1,22
Basketball 23 300-pt. 23 Rifle Club
13 Spanish Club 23 Career Club 3,
43 Service Club 3,43 Oflice Staff 3.
Clausing. Patricia A.
9 "Pat," Wilmette: G.A.A. Rep. 13
Spanish Club 2,33 Science Club 2-43
Sec. 4: Career Club 3,43 North-
9 "Barb," Winnetka: Honor Society
4g Honor Group 1-43 Steering Com.
43 Girls' Club Rep. 23 Charity
Com. 23 G.A.A. 1.-41 Service Com.
33 Hockey 1,43 Baseball 23 Swim-
ming 3,43 Telegraphic Swimming
2-4Q 300-pt. 23 600-pt. 43 Head of
Pool Guard 43 French Club 2,31
Career Club 3: Wellesley.
Cohler, Edmund U.
9 "Ed," Glencoe: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 2-43 War Stamp Rep.
3,4': IM Table Tennis Champs 33
IM Horseshoes Champs 23 Visual
Aid 3,43 Rifle Club 43 Forensic
League 43 Physical Science Club 43
Coleman, A. Jeanine
9Wilmette: Recital Group 13 Jr.
Music Club 2,33 Sr. Music Club 43
News Staff 3,43 Career Club 3,43
University of Colorado.
9Glencoe: Moline High School,
Moline, Ill. 1-33 Tuskeegee Insti-
Collins, Campbell, Jr.
9 "Buzz," Kenilworth: Swimming 13
Track, Letter 2-43 Football 2,33
9 "Herb," Wilmette: Football l,3,43
Wrestling 43 United States Naval
Cook, Elizabeth Ann
9 "Bibsy," Glencoe: T.N.T. 43
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1-43
Class Sec. 33 Girls' Club Sec. 43
"Lagniappe" 3,43 G.A.A. Publ. Com.
23 Baseball 1-33 Class Mgr. 33
Hockey 2,32 Basketball 23 Speed-
ball 33 Volleyball 33 Telegraphic
Swimming 2-43 300-pt. 23 600-pt. 23
800-pt. 33 Badminton Club 1,31
Latin Club 13 French Club 2,33
Career Club 33 Smith.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 13
Career Club 3,43 Illinois.
9"Les," Winnetka: Honor Group
2-43 War Stamp Rep. 43 Traffic
Squad 2,33 Swimming 1,23 IM
Horseshoes Champ 33 Dramatic
Club 3,43 "Horizon Visible" 33
Geography Club 2-43 Science Club
43 Career Club 43 Michigan.
9 "Jerry," Glenview: Honor Group
2g Lib. Monitor 33 Rifle Club 1-3.
9 Wilmette: Rollins.
Cormany, Cathryn G.
9"Kay," Winnetka: Spanish Club
23 Career Club 3,43 Gulf Park.
9Glencoe: G.A.A. 1-43 Baseball
1,23 Basketball 1,23 Speedball 1,2.
9 "Joe," Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Honor
Society 4g Honor Group 1-33 Steer-
ing Com. 43 Student Council War
Dept. 2g Finance Com. 3g Publ.
Head 4g Study Hall Sup. 43 Swim-
ming 1,23 News Staff 3,43 Rifle Club
9 "Bobbie," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Rep. 2g "Lagniappe" lg Dramatic
Club 43 Actors' Guild 43 Props
Crew 43 News Staff 23 G.A.A. Rep.
2g Latin Club 13 Career Club 33
Oiiice Staff 4.
9"Speed," Wilmette: War Stamp
Rep. 3,43 Adv. Room Mgr. 1,23
Aeronautical Club 1,23 Career Club
9 Wilmette: Study Hall Sup. 43
Ofiice Staff 43 Career Club 3.4.
9 Wilmette: Echoes Art Staff 2,43
Spanish Club 1,43 Psychology Club
23 Career Club 4.
'P 'i.lack," Winnetka: Hall Guard
2-43 JV Football 3.43 Traffic Squad
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 43 Stu-
dent Council Publ. Com. 43 Study
Hall Sup. 3,43 Girls' Club Publ.
Com. 1,23 Rep. 33 Keeper of The
Book 43 "Lagniappe" 43 News Staff
43 G.A.A. Rep. 2g Speedball 33
Volleyball 23 Basketball 2g Ofiicial
3.43 300-pt. 23 Page Girl 33 Spanish
Club 2,33 Latin Club 1,23 Swing
Club 13 Art League 23 Career Club
Cunningham, Catherine Madge
9"Madge," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 13 Girls' Club
Friendly Com. 23 Make-up Crew
3,43 "Horizon Visible" 33 Actors'
Guild 2,33 G.A.A. 1-43 Rep. 33
Square-Dancing Head 4: French
Club 23 Career Club 3,4.
Curtis, E. Marian
9 4'Curt," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Rep. 33 Arr. Com. 43 "Horizon Vis-
ible" 33 G.A.A. Rep. 33 Social Com.
43 Page Girl 3,43 Basketball 33 Mgr.
43 Rhythms 3,43 300-pt. 33 Career
Club 3.4: National Cathedral School
23 Gulf Park College.
Curtiss, D. Anne
9Glencoe: Student Council Publ.
Com. 43 Girls' Club Rep. 23 Friend-
ly Com. 23 Arr. Com. 4: "La-
gniappe" 33 Dramatic Club 2-4:
Sec. 4g "Letters to Lucerne" 2:
"George and Margaret" 33 "Horizon
Visible" 33 Make-up Crew 3,43
Actors' Guild 2-43 V.S.C.S. 3,43
"Gondoliers" 43 News Staff 2: lnk-
lings 33 G.A.A. Ren. 3g Speed-
ball 13 Hockey 33 Office Staff 43
Latin Club 1,23 French Club 2-43
Career Club 3,42 Bradford.
Czech, John H.
9 Kenilworth: Swimming 23 M.S.B.
2-43 Career Club 43 Shorewood
High School, Wis. 1.
9 "Dink," Wilmette: Latin Club 1:
Career Club 3.
9 2Dee," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 2-413 Spanish Club
23 Jr. Music Club 2,33 Career Club
9 Chicago: Girls' Club Publ. Com.
23 Golf 3,43 Swing Club 13 Spanish
Club 23 Career Club 43 Mary Wash-
Danley, Frances E.
9 "Betsy," Winnetka: "Horizon Vis-
ible" 3g "Lagniappe" 43 News Staff
13 G.A.A. Rhythms 3: Swing Club
13 Career Club 43 Chicago Acad-
emy of Fine Art.
9Kenilworth: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1-43 War Stamp Rep.
1,43 '4Lagniappe" 2,33 Study Hall
Sup. 4g Girls' Club Friendly Com.
23 Actors' Guild 23 Dramatic Club
2-43 "Love Rides the Rails" 23 .lr.
Music Club 1,23 Sr. Music Club
3,43 "Pinafo1'e" 33 "Gondoliers" 4g
M.S.E. 43 G.A.A. 1,23 Hockey 2g
Musicale 13 Career Club 3,43 Ari-
Daugherty, Ellen June
9Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 43 News
Reporter 43 G.A.A. Rep. lg Service
Club 3,43 Office Staff 43 Library
Staff 3,43 Swing Club 13 Career
9 Winnetka: News Staff 43 G.A.A.
Victory Corps 43 Montgomery Blair
High School, Md. 2g Fort Hill High
School, Md. 33 University of Chi-
9 Wilmette: Honor Roll 43 Student
Council Publ. Com. 43 G.A.A. 2-43
Hockey 23 Archery 23 Publ. Com.
3,43 Page Girl 23 Science Club 23
Career Club 3.43 French Club 43
9 6'Steve," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Elect. Bd. 33 Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1-33 Class Treas. 33
Student Council Rep. 2,33 Assembly
Coin. 23 Service Com. 3g Study Hall
Sup. 3,43 Pres. 43 Hall Guard 33
Usher Corps 3,43 Football 13 Base-
ball 1-4, Letter 23 Basketball 1-4,
Letter 2-43 Captain 43 Princeton.
De Carlo, Hermann
9"Herm," Wilmette: Football 1-3,
Letter 2: Track 2g Basketball 2.
de Forest, Barbara
9 "Bobbo,," Northfield: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1-4.
9"Bunny," Winnetka: Dramatic
Club 3,43 "Horizon Visible" 33 "Pin-
afore" 33 "Gondoliers" 43 M.S.E.
43 Jr. Music Club 1,23 Sr. Music
Club 3,43 Career Club 3: French
9 Wilmette: JV Football 4.
9"Nonny," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Rep. 13 Fin. Com. 43 War Stamp
Rep. 3g French Club 2-43 Career
Club 3,43 Huntington Beach Union
High School, Calif. 2.
Doherty, Margaret H.
9 Wilmette: News Typing Staff 43
G.A.A. 1-43 Official 33 Latin Club
1,23 Spanish Club 2,33 Science Club
43 Career Club 3,43 Northwestern.
9 "Doc," Kenilworth: Arlington
Heights High School 1,23 Feb. Grad.
Lake Forest College.
9 Chicago: Broadcasting Club 43
"Gondoliers" 4g Sr. Music Club 43
French Club 2g Carleton.
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Social Com.
43 "Lagniappe" 43 Class Hockey
Mgr. 43 Badminton Club 33 Career
Club 33 Marywood 1,2.
9 "Dick," Wilmette: Stage Crew
1,23 Spanish Club 3g Northwestern.
9Wilmette: Study Hall Sup. 33
Tri-Ship Inter Scholastic Rel. Com.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1-43 War
Stamp Rep. 23 Student Council De-
fense Com. 2g Study Hall Sup. 33
Publ. Com. 43 Honor System Com.
43 Girls' Club Class Mgr. 43 "La-
gniappe" 3g "Love Rides the Rails"
23 News Typing Staff 23 Feature
Staff 3,43 Swing Club 13 Career
Club 3.43 Sweet Briar.
9 "Midge," Wilmette: Honor Group
43 War Stamp Rep. 43 Dramatic
Club 43 "Dear Octopus," "Connecti-
cut Yankee" 43 Career Club 43
Girls' Latin, Mass. 13 Newton High
School, Mass. 2,33 Marquette Col-
Dusham, David W.
9Wilmette: Tri-Ship IIIICI'-SCl1OlllS'
tic Rel. Com. 43 Baseball 1-43 Foot-
ball 23 Track 3,43 Adv. Mgr. 43
Badminton Club 33 Sports Club 43
Career Club 4.
9"Dottie," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Rep. 43 Social Com. 4g Speedball,
Mgr. 43 Career Club 4.
9Wilmette: Traffic Squad 33 Hall
Guard 2,33 Wrestling 43 "Horizon
Visible" 33 IM Soccer Champs 13
Track Champ 33 Basketball Champs
9"Glor," Glencoe: Honor Group
1,23 Girls' Club Rep. l,2Q 4'La-
gniappe" 3,43 Dance Head 4: "Love
Rides the Rails" 23 Swing Club 13
Latin Club 1'3Q French Club 2-43
Service Club 3-43 Ofiice Staff 2,3:
Career Club 3,43 Western College.
9 Wilrnette: Info Desk 43 Swim-
ming 4g Track 43 IM Soccer Champs
3g "Lagniappe" Stage Mgr. 43 Dra-
matic Club 3,43 Theo. Science Club
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 2.43
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Study Hall Sup.
43 Tri-Ship Rep. 43 "Lagniappe" 4:
Swimming 3,43 "Horizon Visible"
33 M.S.E. 3,43 "Pinafore" 3: "Gon-
doliers" 43 Sr. Music Club 33 Vis-
ual Ed. 1,2.
' "Cutie," Winnetka: Track 3,45
IM Basketball Champs 35 "Pinafore"
35 News Reporter 3,45 Spanish Club
2,35 Musicale 3,45 Broadcasting
Club 3,45 Dartmouth.
0 "Bucky," Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Honor Society 45 Honor Group 1-45
Steering Com. 45 Study Hall Sup.
45 Tri-Ship Rep. 1-35 Sec-Treas. 45
Usher Corps 3,45 Hall Guard 35
Dinner Com. 35 Football 1-4, Letter
2-45 Swimming 1-4, Letter 2-4, Co-
Capt. 45 Pool Guard 3,45 Sports
Club 45 Cornell.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 35 Class
Pres. 15 Steering Com. 45 Student
Council Rep. 35 Study Hall Sup.
2-45 Tri-Ship Rep. 15 Fresh. Helper
45 Track 1-45 Co-Capt. 45 Football
0Winnetka: T.N.T. 45 Elect. Bd.
35 Honor Society 45 Student Coun-
cil Rep. 35 Publ. Com. 15 Assembly
Com. 35 Girls' Club Rep. 15
Employment Com. 25 M.S.O. 1-35
Jr. Music Club 1,25 Vice Pres. 25
Sr. Music Club 3,45 News Ed. Stall
1,25 lnklings Contbr. 35 G.A.A.
2-45 Pres. 45 Arr. Com. 25 Baseball
25 Lacrosse Head 35 Hockey 3,45
Lacrosse 35 McGill University.
0 "Laurette," Wilmette: Service
0 Northbrook: Feb. Grad.: St. Nor-
0 Winnetka: Latin Club 25 German
'Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep. 15 "La-
gniappe" 3,45 Wrestling 45 News
0 S'Betty," Kenilworth: G.A.A. Rep.
25 Spanish Club 2,35 Swing Club 2.
0 "Dick,', Wilmette: Football Mgr.
15 Dramatic Club 45 "Pomander
Walk" 45 Actors' Guild 15 Debate
2,45 German Club 2,45 Radio Club
0 "Hopie," Wilmette: Honor Group
1-35 War Stamp Rep. 25 Girls' Club
Rep. 35 Arr. Com. 45 "Lagniappe"
Props Head 45 Dramatic Club 3,45
"Horizon Visible" Props 35 "Pina-
fore" Props 35 News Copy Desk 2-45
G.A.A. 2-45 Publ. Com. 35 Hockey
3: Rec. Games Head 45 Numerals,
Chevron 25 300-pt. 25 600-pt. 45
Spanish Club 35 Career Club 3,45
0 Glencoe: T.N.T. 45 Honor Group
1-35 Girls' Club Friendly Com. 25
Arr. Com. 35 lr. Music Club 15 Sr.
Music Club 2-45 M.S.O. 2-45 News
Circ. Statl' 2-45 G.A.A. 1-4 Service
Com. 45 Swimming 1,25 Volleyball
25 Rhythms Class Mgr. 25 Oflicial
2,35 Archery 35 300-pt. 15 600-pt. 35
French Club 3,45 Career Club 3,45
0 "Louis," Winnetka: Usher Corps
3,45 Info Desk 45 Lib. Monitor 35
Fresh. Helper 45 Basketball 25
Football 1-45 Letter 3,45 Career
Club 45 Sec. 45 Dartmouth.
0"Louie," Glenview: Soccer 1-45
Volleyball 35 Aeronautics Club 35
0Glencoe: Steering Com. 45 Girls'
Club Social Com. 45 G.A.A. 25
Career Club 3.
0 ' Flo, Glencoe.
0 "Minnie," Wilmette.
0 "Bob," Wilmette: Honor Group 35
Model Airplane Club 4.
0 "Peg," Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep.
15 G.A.A. 3,45 Rep. 45 Publ. Com.
45 Career Club 3,45 Northwestern.
0"Fig,,' Wilmette: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,35 Study Hall
Sup. 35 Actors' Guild 35 Dramatic
Club 45 "P'omander Walk" 45 "Pin-
afore" 35 "Gondoliers" 45 G.A.A.
Class Mgr. 25 Rec. Games Head 35
Speedball 45 Official 3,45 Service
Com. 45 Jr. Music Club 1,25 Sr.
Music Club 3,45 Latin Club 2,35
French Club 2,35 Career Club 3,45
Lib. Ass't 35 Northwestern.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 1-35
M.S.O. 1-45 G.A.A. 1-45 Swimming
1-35 Hockey 2-45 Baseball 25 Head
Lacrosse 45 Sr. Music Club 3,45
Fischer, J. Richard
0 "Dick," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1-45 Football 25
Lens Club 15 Career Club 4.
0 Wilmette: Art League 4.
0 "Fish," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1-45 Dramatic Club
45 "Dear Octopus" 45 News Staff
1,25 Feature Staff 3,45 lnklings Staff
3,45 Contbr. 35 .lr. Music Club 15
Sr. Music Club 2-45 G.A.A. 1-45
Numerals 25 Chevrons 25 Lacrosse
25 Publ. Com. 45 300-pt. 25 600-pt.
3: 800-pt. 45 Page Girl 3,45 Latin
Club I-35 French Club 2-45 Career
Club 3,45 Stanford.
0 "lack," Glenview: Library Staff
35 Hall Guard 45 Northwestern.
0 Glenview: IM Basketball Champs
1-45 Soccer Champs 1-45 North-
0 "Ed," Winnetka: Honor Group 25
Study Hall Sup. 45 Usher Corps 45
Cheer Leader 1,25 Swimming 1-35
Football 45 Wrestling 45 IM Basket-
ball Champs 1,3,45 Soccer Champs
3,45 Career Club 45 Office Staff 45
0 Glencoe: T.N.T. 45 Honor Group
15 Study Hall Sup. 35 Tri-Ship Rep.
1,25 Usher Corps 3,45 Head 45 Stu-
dent Aid Com. 25 Hall Guard 25
Traflic Squad 25 Lib. Monitor 35
Swimming 1-45 Letter 3,45 Pool
Guard 35 Career Cl11b 45 Annapolis.
0 "Ken,', Glencoe: T.N.T. 45 Honor
Society 45 Honor Group 1,35 Stu-
dent Council War Dept. 45 War
Stamp Rep. 35 Study Hall Sup. 45
Tri-Ship Clubroom 45 Usher Corps
3,45 Hall Guard 25 Trailic Squad 25
Lib. Monitor 35 Info Desk 45 '4La-
gniappe" Bus. Com. 45 Fresh. Adv.
Helper 45 Swimming 1-45 Letter
3,45 Pool Guard 3,45 Career Club 45
'Winnetka: Basketball 1-35 Base-
ball 1-45 Football 45 IM Soccer
Champs 2,35 Northwestern.
0 '6Pat," Kenilworth: Actors' Guild
25 Art League 4.
Fraser, William G.
0 "Bill," Glencoe: Honor Group 45
"Lagniappe" 45 Hall Guard 45 Sr.
Music Club 45 M.S.E. 45 "Pinafore"
35 "Gondoliers" 45 Debate Team 15
Gavel Club 1,25 Spanish Club 35
Career Club 45 Dartmouth.
0"Phyl," Glencoe: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1-45 War Stamp
Rep. 3.45 Study Hall Sup. 45 Girls'
Club Employment Com. 45 Actors'
Guild 25 Dramatic Club 45 Make-up
Crew 3,45 Co-head 45 News Staff 25
G.A.A. 1-45 Speedball 15 Latin Club
15 Psychology Club 15 Musicale 15
French Club 2-45 Career Club 3,45
Fredian, Theresa M.
0 Wilmette: Immaculata High
School, Chicago 1,25 Gregg.
0 "Frei," Glencoe: Honor Group 25
G.A.A. Hockey 25 Pool Guard 45
Career Club 3,45 North Shore Coun-
try Day 15 Scripps.
0"Howie," Chicago: Lake View
High School, Chicago 1,25 Feb.
0 Wilmette: Elk Grove High School,
Calif. 15 Tri-State High School,
Calif. 25 Topaz City High School,
Utah 35 Gregg.
Fukumoto, ,lack Y.
0Glencoe: Redondo Union High
School, Calif. I5 Rohwer High
School, Ark. 2,3.
0 Glenview: Immanuel Church
School, Glenview 15 Girls' Seminary,
Bryn Athyn, Pa.
0"Bob," Glenview: Aeronautical
Club 1,25 Rille Club 45 North-
0 Wilmette: Career Club 4.
' "Marty," Wilmette.
0 "Len,', Kenilworth: T.N.T. 45
Student Council Publ. Com. 45 Study
Hall Sup. 45 "Lagniappe" 35 Tri-
Ship Dance Com. 2-4, Chairman 45
Football 4, Letter 2-45 "George and
Margaret" 35 Dramatic Club 3,45
News Bus. Staff 35 Echoes Bus. Stafi'
35 Career Club 45 Princeton.
0 "Nan,', Wilmette: Broadcasting
Club 25 Pine Manor.
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 15 Girls'
Club Rep. 35 Social Com. 45 Make-
up Crew 3,45 News Staff 3,45 G.A.A.
Rep. 15 Numerals 15 Aeronautical
Club 35 Career Club 3,45 Service
Glenn, Robert Ralph
0"Bob," Wilmette: Student Coun-
cil Publ. Com. 45 Football 1-4,
Letter 45 Wisconsin.
0 Wilmette: Make-up Crew 3,45
Echoes Senior Sec. 35 Typing Staff
45 Spanish Club 25 Service Club
2,45 Career Club 3,4.
Goldblatt, Renee D.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 4: Honor
Group 2-45 Spanish Club 2,35 Wil-
liam and Mary. A
0 Wilmette: Career Club 45 Art
0 Glencoe: Soccer Champs 2,35
Stage Crew 2-45 Dramatic Club 3,45
News Staff 45 Gavel Club 25 Gep-
pert Award 35 Debate Team 45
Rifle Club 25 Geography Club 2,35
Senn High School, Chicago 1.
0 Glencoe: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group I-45 Study Hall Sup. 45
Usher Corps 3,45 Stamp Club 15
Career Club 4.
0 "Ed," Wilmette: Honor Group 25
Chess Club 45 Northwestern Tech.
0 "Dick," Winnetka: Honor Group
25 Usher Corps 3,45 Info Desk 45
Football Mgr. 25 Career Club 45
Feb. Grad.5 Northwestern.
0 "Sam," Winnetka: Tri-Ship Rep.
25 Football 15 Track 2,35 Rifle Club
1,25 French Club 25 Sports Club 45
Career Club 45 Feb. Grad.
'Winnetkaz Girls, Club Rep. 25
Financial Com. 35 Echoes Snapshot
Section 4g G.A.A. Rep. 3,43 Social
Com. 23 Ofiicial 33 Speedball 1g
Special Awards 1,33 Archery Mgr.
43 Spanish Club 23 Service Club 43'
Career Club 3,4.
9Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,35 Girls' Club Fi-
nancial Com. 23 "Lagniappe" 2,33
Actors' Guild 2, Sec. 23 "Horizon
Visible" 33 "Yeoman of the Guard"
23 "Pinafore" 3g G.A.A. 1-43 Speed-
ball 13 Basketball lg Baseball 1,23
Volleyball 1,33 Hockey 2-43 300-pt.
lg 600-pt. 23 800-pt. 33 Jr. Music
Club 13 Sr. Music Club 2-43 Ger-
man Club 43 Feb. Grad.: Utah.
9 Kenilworth: Honor Group 23
Spanish Club 33 Career Club 3,43
Office Staff 33 Rockford.
9 "Mike," Wilmette: T.N.T. 43
Study Hall Sup. 3,43 Tri-Ship Rep.
13 Class Chairman 13 Service Reg.
Com. 1g Dance Com. 2,35 Student
Aid Com. Head 43 Football 1,21
Track 3,43 Swimming 43 Pool Guard
43 Sports Club 43 Career Club 43
Hagiwara, Arnold M.
9 Winnetka: Kern County Union
High School, Calif. 13 Poston High
School, Ariz. 2,33 Northwestern.
9 "Putch," Wilmette: Honor Group
33 "Lagniappe" 33 "Horizon Visible"
3g Dramatic Club 43 "Yeoman of
the Guard" 2g "Pinafore" 3g "Gon-
do1iers" 43 M.S.E. 3,43 Jr. Music
Club 2g Sr. Music Club 3,43
9"Bill," Wilmette: Football 2,33
Hammerman, Joanne H.
9 "Jo," Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Honor
Society 43 Honor Group 1,2,43 War
Stamp Rep. 13 Girls' Club Rep. 1,43
Publ. Com. 23 Arr. Com. 43 Dra-
matic Club 43 "Pomander Walk" 43
Actors' Guild 1-43 Make-up Crew
3,43 News Staff 3g Echoes Ed. Stall
3g Sr. Section Editor 43 G.A.A. 1-4-Q
Speedball 13 Oflicial 2,33 Numerals
lg 300-pt. 23 Page Girl 23 Musicale
lg Latin Club 1-33 Spanish Club 23
Career Club 3,43 Service Club 43
9 "Ace," Northfield: Girls' Club
Rep. 43 Cadet Nurses' Corps.
9 Winnetka: Career Club 43 North
Park Academy 1,2.
Hanson, Lillian K.
9 "Lil," Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 43
Swing Club 13 Service Club 33
Career Club 3,4.
9"Bob," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-43 "Lagniappe"
3,43 Football 13 Echoes Photo Staff
23 Photo Editor 3g Rifle Club 1.
Harris, Jacqueline I.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 Girls' Club Publ. Com.
43 News Staff 3,43 Rewrite Head 43
Inklings Contbr. 2g Echoes Staff 3.
9"Ditto," Glenview: Service Club
9 "Eddie," Wilmette: Study Hall
Sup. 43 Baseball 2-43 JV Football 43
IM Basketball Champs 33 Sports
9 "Betty," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Rep. 2,33 Ofiice Staff 3g Career Club
3,43 De Pauw.
9 "Bonnie," Wilmette: '4Lagniappe"
43 "Pinafore" 3g "Gondoliers" 4.
9 Wilmette: War Stamp Rep. 2,33
Hall Guard 33 Aero. Club 2,3.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 French Club 2-43 Career
Club 3,43 Wellesley.
9 Kenilworth: Honor Group lg
Girls' Club Rep. 43 Social Com. 23
Friendly Com. 33 Publ. Com. 43
G.A.A. 3,43 Swing Club 13 Career
Club 3,43 Service Club 3,43 Colo-
9 Kenilworth: Football 23 JV Foot-
ball 43 Track 3g IM Soccer Champs
9 "Weezie," Northfield: Honor
Group 1,2,43 Student Council As-
sembly Com. 33 Dining Hall Corn.
43 "Lagniappe" 3g Swing Club 13
French Club 2,33 Career Club 3,43
9 Winnetka: Info Desk 43 Usher
Corps 43 Light Crew 1,43 Greenville
High School, Texas 3,43 Purdue
9 "Chuckie," Kenilworth: Honor S0-
ciety 4g Honor Group 3,4': Girls'
Club Fin. Com. 43 News Typing
Staff 43 Hockey 43 German Club
3,4Q Science Club 43 Career Club
3,43 Wauwatosa High School, Wis.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 2-43 G.A.A. 2-43 Actors' Guild
2-43 Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 23
Career Club 3,43 Broadcasting Club
43 Service Club 43 Lawrence.
9 Wilmette: Spanish Club 23 Serv-
ice Club 3,43 Career Club 43 Illinois.
9 "Barb," Wilmette: G.A.A. 2-43
Career Club 3.
9 "Chuck," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,33 Baseball 1,32 Letter 13 Radio
Club 1,23 Northwestern Tech.
9 "Tom," Wilmette: Honor Group
3,43 Info Desk 43 Northwestern.
9"Bill," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 2-43 War Stamp
Rep. 33 Tri-Ship Rep. 4g Inter-
Scholastic Rel. Com. 4g Info Desk
4g Usher Corps 3,43 Service Reg. 43
Track 33 Career Club 4.
Henriekson, Mary Ann
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 1,33 Latin
Club 1,23 French Club 2.3: Career
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 4: Honor
Group 1-33 Steering Com. 43 Stu-
dent Council Wa.r Dept. 2,33
"Horizon Visible" 33 News Feature
Staff 23 G.A.A. 1-43 Victory Corps
33 Rhythms 2-43 Ass't Head of
Rhythms 3g Head of Rhythms 4g
Chevron 13 Numerals 33 300-pt.
2g 800-pt. 33 Latin Club 1,23 French
Club 2-43 Career Club 3.
9 Wilmette: War Stamp Rep. 43
"Lagniappe" 23 Dramatic Club 2-4-Q
"Love Rides the Rails" 2g "Horizon
Visible" 33 "Dear Octopus" 43
Make-up Crew 3,43 Actors' Guild
3,43 V.S.C.S. 2-43 Broadcasting Club
1-43 Sec. 43 Career Club 4.
9"Bev," Winnetka: Honor Group
33 War Stamp Auditor 2g Girls'
Club Arr. Com. 43 "Lagniappe"
Props Crew 43 News Adv. Staff 13
G.A.A. Rep. 23 Musicale 13 Career
Club 3,4Q Service Club 3,43 Sec. 33
9Wilmette: Swimming 1-43 Letter
3,43 IM Horseshoes Champs 43 Jr.
Baseball Mgr. 23 Wisconsin.
Hilgendorf, Patricia J.
9 Wilmette: Lyons Hill School, Ill.
9 "Dave," Winnetka: Football 3g
Baseball 43 Dramatic Club 3,41
"Pinafore" 33 "Gondoliers" 4g Rifle
Club 13 Carleton.
9 "Ann," Wilmette.
Hillner, Edgar F.
9 "Ed," Winnetka: Honor Group 13
Baseball 13 Swimming 23 Golf 2-4,
Letter 33 Track 43 IM Volleyball
Champs 33 Soccer Champs 43 Adv.
Mgr. 3,43 Chess Club 13 Career Club
9 "Howie," Winnetka: g'Lagniappe"
3,43 Football 3,43 IM Drop-Kicking
Champ 43 Basketball Champs 3,43
"Horizon Visible" 33 Swing Club 23
Sports Club 4.
Himmel, Dionne B.
9 MAch," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Publ. Com. 43 Swing Club 13 Rifle
Club lg Spanish Club 23 Art League
2-43 Career Club 3,43 Colorado
Hinners, George O.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 4g "Lagniappe"
3g Co-Director 43 Swimming 13
Dramatic Club 3,43 "Horizon Visi-
ble" 33 "Yeoman of the Guard" 23
"Gondoliers" 43 M.S.E. 43 Echoes
Ed. Staff 33 Rifle Club 13 Ir. Music
Club 1-43 Sr. Music Club 2-43
Career Club 4.
Hiyama, William T.
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Basketball,
Letter 43 Baseball 43 Queen Anne
High School, Wash. lg Hunt High
School, Idaho 2,3.
9 "Marge," Wilmette: Career Club
9Winnetka: Girls' Club Rep. 43
"Horizon Visible" 33 Musicale 13
Latin Club 1,23 Service Club 3,42
9 "Hodge," Winnetka: Career Club
43 Fishburne Military School 23
Woodrow Wilson High School,
Wash., D. C. 33 George Washington
Hoehne, Barbara Jean
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-33 Actors' Guild 23 Broad-
casting Club 13 News Staff 43
G.A.A. 2-43 300-pt. 3g Official 33
Latin Club 1,23 French Club 2-43
Science Club 3g Career Club 3,43
9 Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 23 Actors'
Guild 3,43 "Horizon Visible" 33
V.S.C.S. 2-43 G.A.A. Rep. 1,43
Career Club 3,4.
9 "Rosie," Skokie.
9 Wilmette: Rifle Club 43 Career
Club 3,43 Photo-Painters 3,41 Art
9 "Marj," Wilmette: Girls' Club So-
cial Com. 23 Charity Com. 43 M.S.B.
13 M.S.0. 2-43 G.A.A. 1-43 Chevron
43 300-pt. 43 Spanish Club 2,32
Career Club 3,43 Science Club 43
9 Winnetka: News Photo Staff 1,23
Radio Club 1,2,43 Nautical Club 2g
Sec. 2 3 Physical Science Club 4.
9"Gene," Winnetka: Study Hall
Sup. 3,43 Tri-Ship Club Room Ch.
43 Usher Corps 43 Hall Guard 33
Football 1,2,4, Letter 2,43 Basket-
ball 1-4, Letter 23 Baseball 1-4,
Letter 1-33 IM Volleyball Champs
33 Career Club 43 Dartmouth.
Howe, A. Murray
9Winnetka: Honor Group 2,3.
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 Art League 33 Musicale
43 Career Club 43 German Club 4g
3rd Prize N. S. Art League Contest
9 "Betty," Wilmette: News Art Staff
33 Art League 3,43 Career Club 43
Antioch High School, Michigan 1.
9 "Bud," Winnetka: Study Hall Sup.
43 Tri-Ship Student Aid Com. 43
Traffic Squad 43 Info Desk 43 "La-
gniappe" 43 Track 3,4, Letter 33
Swimming 3,43 Dartmouth.
9 "Jack," Northfield: Great Neck
High School, New York 1.
Hunt, William D.
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Football 3,43
Career Club 43 Towson High School,
Hunt, William P.
9 "Bill," Glencoe: Study Hall Sup.
3,43 Tri-Ship Rep. 43 Student Aid
Com. 3g Club Room Com. 4g Foot-
ball, Letter 3,43 Basketball, Letter
3,4Q Baseball 43 Sports Club 4.
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Notre Dame.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 13 Swim-
ming 2-43 Baseball 23 Football 43
Stamp Club 13 Ist Prize N. S. Art
League Contest 3.
Huyler, Margaret E.
9Wilmette: Study Hall Sup. 43
Girls' Club Fin. Com. 33 "Horizon
Visible" 33 Actors' Guild 3,43 Make-
up Crew 3,4-3 G.A.A. Rep. 23 Speed-
ball lg Volleyball 23 Swing Club 13
Latin Club 23 Spanish Club 33
Service Club 3,43 Badminton Club
33 Career Club 3,43 Colorado Uni-
9 Winnetka: "Gondoliers" 43 G.A.A.
Rep. 13 Sr. Music Club 3,43 Career
Club 3,43 Radcliffe.
9Winnetka: G.A.A. Publ. Com. 3,
4, Ass't Head 43 Career Club 3-4.
9Wilmette: War Stamp Rep. 43
Girls' Club Friendly Com. 1, Publ.
Com. 3-43 "Lagniappe" 43 News Art
Staff 1-33 Inklings Art Staff 13
Echoes Art Staff 2-32 Rifle Club 13
Spanish Club 2-33 Art League 2-33
Career Club 3-43 Lawrence.
9Winnetka: Washington High
School, Calif. lg Manzamar High
Jackson, Mary Lane
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 13 Echoes
Sr. Section 33 Typing Staff 43
G.A.A. Rep. 1-33 Musicale 13 Latin
Club 13 Library Ass't 13 Oflice Staff
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Class Treas. lg
Steering Com. 43 Tri-Ship Service
Reg. Com. 23 Dinner Com. 33 Track,
Letter lg Football, Letter 2-4: Co-
Capt. 43 Sports Club Pres. 43 Ger-
man Club 3.
9 Wilmette: IM Soccer Champs 3g
Rifle Club 13 Radio Club 1,23
9 Wilmette: Cheerleader 2-43 IM
Golf Champ 3.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 2-43 War
Stamp Rep. 3,43 Tri-Ship Rep. 23
Swimming 1,23 Track 3,43 Dramatic
Club 2-43 "Our Town" 23 Rifle
Club 13 Instructor 2-43 Rifle Team
13 Science Club 2.3.
9 "Cyn," Wilmette: Career Club
3,43 Art League 43 Antioch.
9Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 3,43 Career Club 43
Broadcasting Club 43 War Stamp
Rep. 43 Annapolis.
9 "Marge," Wilmette: Girls' Club 43
Career Club 3.
9Wilmette: Honor Group 1-33
"Horizon Visible" 33 Swimming,
Letter 1-43 Golf, Letter 3,43 Pool
Guard 3,4: IM Ping-Pong Champ
33 Swing Club 2.
9Wilmette: Feb. Grad.3 North-
9 Winnetka: Girls' Club Office Ass't
Jorjorian, Mary Louise
9 "Mary Lou," Wilmette: Actors'
Guild 23 Career Club 3.
9"Don," Winnetka: Honor Group
2,33 Info Desk 13 Swimming 1-4,
Letter 3,43 Co-Head Guard 43 North-
9 "Dick," Glencoe: Honor Group
1,43 Tri-Ship Rep. 3,43 Usher Corps
43 Info Desk 43 Football 1.4. Letter
43 Track 1,3.4, Letter 3,4.
9 Wilmette: ,IV Football 3.4: Rifle
Club 13 M.l.T.
9 "Jim," Glencoe: Honor Group 43
Study Hall Sup. 43 Hall Guard 2g
Football 1,22 Baseball 13 Golf 2-43
IM Golf Champ 43 Soccer Champs
33 Adv. Mgr. 13 Varsity Mgr. 3,43
Letter 33 Echoes Snap-Shot Editor
43 Swing Club 13 Rifle Club 1,23
Debate Team 43 Career Club 43
Gavel Club 43 Northwestern.
Keeley, Richard W., Jr.
9 "Dick," Winnetka: IM Soccer
Champs 43 Rifle Club 3,43 Assump-
tion High School, Ontario, Canada
9 Winnetka: War Stamp Rep. 3,43
Study Hall Sup. 43 Career Club 4g
Glenbard High School 13 Evanston
High School 23 Army Air Corps.
Keiser, Thomas G.
9"Tom," Wilmette: Honor Group
1-33 Football 2-4, Letter 43 Career
Club 43 German Club 43 Illinois.
9 "Dave," Wilmette: Study Hall
Sup. 43 Tri-Ship Rep. 43 Publ. Com.
43 Track 3,4, Letter 33 IM Basket-
ball Champs 33 Actors' Guild 3,43
Gavel Club 13 Swing Club 13
Career Club 4: Lib. Ass't 43 North-
9 "Pat," Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep.
33 G.A.A. 3,43 Sullivan High School,
Ind. 1,23 Northwestern.
9"Ed," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Em-
ployment Com. 43 Football 1,2,43
IM Soccer Champs 33 Career Club
Kemp, Marjorie Alice
9"Marjie," Glencoe: Girls' Club
Friendly Com. 4g G.A.A. Rep. 43
Make-up Crew 33 Career Club 3.
9 Wilmette: Honor Group 43 Actors'
Guild 2-43 Make-up Crew 3,43
G.A.A. 1-43 300-pt. 3g Career Club
9 "Kenie," Wilmette: Honor Group
33 Girls' Club Social Com. 43 Ac-
tors' Guild 23 G.A.A. 2-4, Rep. 43
Official 2-43 Volleyball 4: French
Club 3,43 Career Club 3.4: Friend
School, Md. 1.
9"Bob," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,23 Football 3,43 Baseball 23 Tennis
4g Airplane Club 13 Career Club
Kerr, Mary Lou
9 Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 23 Drama-
tic Club 43 Career Club 4.
9Kenilworth: D.A.R. Award 43
T.N.T. 4, Elect Bd. 33 Class Vice-
Pres. 23 Student Council Rep. 23
Del. Youth Conf. 23 Girls' Club
Pres. 43 Rep. 2: Social Com. 23
Publ. Com. 3: "Lagniappe" 13
"Pinafore" 3: G.A.A. Treas. 3, Rep.
1.2: Swimming 1,23 Class Mgr. 23
Basketball 1,23 Volleyball 1,22 300-
pt. 13 600-pt. 43 Scholastic Art
Award 23 Musicale 13 Spanish Club
23 Badminton Club gl Pomona.
9 Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 43 M.S.O.
43 Sr. Music Club 43 Grant High
School, Oregon 13 Hunt High
School. Idaho 2.3.
Kicft, Barbara R.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 Study Hall Sup. 43
Girls' Club Fin. Com. 13 Publ. Com.
Head 43 Echoes Art Staff 33 G.A.A.
Publ. Com. 33 Career Club 43
9Winnetka: Girls' Club Rep. 23
Charity Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 4g
M.S.O. 2-43 News Copy Desk 2,31
G.A.A. 1-43 300-pt. 23 Jr. Music
Club 23 Sr. Music Club 33 Career
9"Lins," Winnetka: "Lagniappe"
33 "Horizon Visible" 33 "Yeomen
of the Guard" 23 "Pinafore" 33
"Gondoliers" 43 Football 2,4, Letter
4g Wrestling, Letter 43 Sr. Music
Club 33 Career Club 43 Science
Club 43 Dartmouth.
9Glencoe: Honor Group 43 War
Stamp Rep. 43 "Lagniappe" 43
Actors' Guild 43 Dramatic Club 43
"Dear Octopus" 43 M.S.E. 3,43
"Pinafore" 33 "Gondoliers" 43 Re-
cital Group 13 Jr. Music Club 23
Sr. Music Club 3,43 Lawrence.
9 "Mixie," Glencoe: G.A.A. Rep. 13
Arr. Com. 13 Intramural Sports
Com. 33 Social Com. 43 Baseball
1-33 Class Mgr. 23 Lacrosse 2,33
Speedball 1,43 Numerals, Chevron
13 Ollicial 23 300-pt. 2g 600-pt. 23
800-pt. 33 Colorado College.
Kletzieu, William 0.
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-33 Student Coun-
cil Rep. 23 Assembly Com. 23 Tri-
Ship Dance Com. 1-43 Hall Guard
3g Usher Corps 3,43 Football, Letter
1-43 Co-Captain 4: Basketball 1-3,
Letter 2: IM Volleyball Champs 13
Sports Club 4.
'Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 43 Foot-
ball 1,2,43 Track 33 M.S.B. 1,23
Science Club 2: Gavel Club 23
Career Club 4.
9 "Pablo," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-33 Student Coun-
cil War Dept. 4: War Stamp Rep.
33 Tri-Ship Service Reg. Com. 3,43
"Horizon Visible" 33 "Yeomen of
the Guard" 23 "Pinafore" 33 Geo.
Club 1,23 Musicale 3,43 Pres. 4.
9 Winnetka: Gargana High School,
Calif. 13 Rohwer High School, Ark.
2,33 Feb. Grad.
Koll, Betty Lou
9 "Bets," Wilmette: Service Club
3,43 Career Club 3.43 Vogue School
9 "Ted," Winnetka: Northwestern.
9Kenilworth: Girls' Club Rep. 43
Charity Com. 43 Dramatic Club 3,43
Make-up Crew 2-43 Head 43 lnklings
Contbr. 33 G.A.A. 1-43 Speedball
1,43 Swimming 23 Volleyball 2,3,
Mgr. 23 Basketball 33 Baseball 1-3:
Hockey 2,33 Lacrosse 2.3: Numerals
13 Chevrons 13 Official 2: Otlicials
Com. 33 Awards Com. 43 300-pt. 23
600-pt. 23 800-pt. 33 Latin Club 2,33
French Club 2-43 Chess Club 3g
Career Club 3,4.
9 "Flip," Wilmette: Girls' Club S0-
cial Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 43 News
Reporter 3,43 Make-up Crew 3,43
Swing Club 13 Spanish Club 23
Career Club 3,43 University of
9 "Lorry," Wilmette: Honor Group
2,33 "l..agniappe" 3,43 P.A. Corps 43
Rifle Club 3g Radio Club 43 Vice-
Pres. 43 St. Sebastian High School
9 Winnetka: North High School,
Iowa lg Amundsen High School 2,3.
Ladish, Aileen F.
9 "Lee," Wilmette: Honor Group
3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 Career Club
43 Carleton College.
9Wilmette: Stamp Club 13 Latin
Club 13 Career Club 4.
LaQuer, Gertrude M.
9 Glenview: Photo-painters 33 Niles
Twp. High School 1,23 Feb. Grad.
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Hall Guard 43
News Photo Staff 13 Swimming 1,3,
4, Letter 3,43 .IV Football 43 Rifle
Club 13 Gavel Club 13 Swing Club
lg Spanish Club 23 Career Club 43
University of Colorado.
9"Rank," Glencoe: Tri-Ship Rep.
4g Usher Corps 43 Service Reg.
Com. 43 Actors' Guild 2,43 "La-
gniappe" 43 Rehearsal Com. Head
43 Echoes Ed. Staff 43 Career Club
Lau, Louise M.
9 "Lou," Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep.
13 "Lagniappe" Prod. Com. 43 Art
9Wilmette: Aero. Club 1-43 Navy.
9 "Larry," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Club-
room Com. 23 Football, Letter 1-4g
Basketball, Letter 1-43 Career Club
9 "Jim," Winnetka: Career Club 4.
Lawson, Joan Dayton
9 Kenilworth: Honor Group 33
Study Hall Sup. 43 Girls' Club Em-
ployment Com. 33 "Pinafore" 33
"Gondoliers" 43 Swimming 3,43
French Club 3,43 Sr. Music Club
3,43 Evanston High School 1,23
9 Winnetka: Latin Club 23 Spanish
Club 43 Career Club 3,43 St. Mary's,
Ind. 13 Manhattenville.
Leahy, Kathleen M.
9 "Kay," Glencoe: Girls' Club Rep.
lg Jr. Music Club 43 Office Stafl 43
Career Club 3,43 Spanish Club 33
9 "Howie," Glencoe: Swimming,
Letter 1-43 Football 3,4, Letter 43
Pool Guard 3,43 IM Soccer Champs
33 Stamp Club 13 Navy.
Leisch, Jo Anne
9 "JO," Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,23 Girls' Club Rep.
23 G.A.A. 2-43 Rifle Club 2: Span-
ish Club 23 Career Club 3,43 Tobe
9 "Lin," Northbrook: Info Desk 43
Swimming 2,33 M.l.T.
Leonard, Barbara Marie
9 "Barb," Wilmette: Psychology
Club lg Northwestern.
9"D0ry," Winnetka: "Lagniappe"
9 "Dick," Glencoe: Tri-Ship Service
Reg. Com. 43 Swimming, Letter 1-43
Track 33 Pool Guard 2-43 Stage
Crew 2,33 Rifle Club 13 Stamp Club
9 "Bubbles," Wilmette: Honor
Group 23 Tri-Ship Inter-Scholastic
Rel. Com. 3,43 Public Rel. Com. 43
Usher Corps 33 Hall Guard 43 Info
Desk 43 Basketball 1,33 IM Mgr. 43
News Ed. Stall 13 Sports Editor 1-3:
Echoes Ed. Staff 3,43 Sports Staff
3,43 Spanish Club 23 Sports Club 4.
9"Joannie," Wilmette: News Staff
23 Musicale 13 Rifle Club 1.3,43
Secretary 3,43 Northwestern.
9 Winnetka: Girls' Club Publ. Com.
13 G.A.A. 1-43 Rep. 13 300-pt. 13
Career Club 3,43 Rifle Club 43 Art
League 43 Arizona.
Lidecker, Dorothy J.
9"Dot," Kenilworth: Class Vice-
Pres. 43 Girls' Club Friendly Com.
33 News Adv. Staff 23 G.A.A. 1-43
Baseball 33 Basketball 33 Archery
3, Head 43 Volleyball 43 300-pt. 32
600-pt. 43 Rifle Club 1,23 Spanish
Club 23 Career Club 3,43 Cotty.
9 Glencoe: Chess Club 43 Louisville
Male School 1-3.
9 Winnetka: "Gondoliers" 43 Geog-
raphy Club 2,33 Vice-Pres. 33
9"Byrd," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Publ. Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 4-3
"Horizon Visible" 33 News Staff 13
Rhythms 1,33 Swing Club 1: Career
Lizars, Mary Ann
9 Wilmette: French Club 43 Port
Chester High School, N. Y. 3.
9 "Kathy," Winnetka: Honor Group
13 Girls' Club Rep. 1,43 Friendly
Com. 33 Charity Com. 43 "Horizon
Visible" 33 Jr. Music Club 13
G.A.A. Rep. 43 Hockey 2,43 Nu-
merals, Chevron 23 300-pt. 23 Span-
ish Club 23 Service Club 33 Career
Club 43 Jr. Red Cross 43 Montana.
Loebl, James D.
9 "Jim," Chicago: Tri-Ship Rep. lg
Baseball 1-33 IM Soccer Champs
2-43 Ping-Pong Champ 1,23 Volley-
ball Champs 2,33 Basketball Champs
2,43 Frosh Basketball Coach 43
News Sports Staff 2-43 Ass't Sports
Ed. Alt: Echoes Sports Stall 33 Lens
Club 13 Princeton.
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,23 Girls'
Club Fin. Com. 33 Musicale 1,3 Re-
cital Group 23 Latin Club 23 Career
Club 3,43 Sr. Music Club 3,43 Colby.
9Winnetka: Career Club 43 Tus-
9"Dick," Golf: T.N.T. 43 Honor
Society 43 Honor Group 1,23 War
Stamp Rep. 43 Frosh Helper 43
Dramatic Club 33 "Horizon Visible"
33 Actors' Guild 33 Echoes Ed. Staff
33 Aero. Club 1-33 Debate Team
3,43 Forensic Bd. 3,43 Gavel Club
3,43 Science Club 2,33 German Club
3g Career Club 33 Simpson Disc.
Loucks, Sue Ellen
9 Kenilworth: T.N.T. 43 Class Sec.
43 Girls' Club Publ. Com. 33 "La-
gniappe" 2-43 Dramatic Club 2-43
"Our Town" 23 "Horizon Visibe" 33
M.S.E. 2-43 "Yeomen of the Guard"
23 "Pinafore" 33 "Gondoliers" 43
G.A.A. 1-43 Basketball 1g Sr. Music
Club 2-43 Vice-Pres. French Club
43 Career Club 43 Lib. Ass't 43
9"Dave," Wilmette: Study Hall
Sup. 43 War Stamp Rep. 43 Tri-
Ship Dance Com. 43 "Lagniappe"
3,43 Football lj IM Soccer Champs
33 News Photo Staff 1-43 Photo
Editor 23 Echoes Photo Stall' 2-43
Photo Editor 43 Swing Club 13 Lens
Club 1,23 Gavel Club 1,23 Career
Club 43 University of Colorado.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 M.S.B. 1.
9"Bill," Wilmette: IM Soccer
Champs 2,33 Rifle Club 3.
9Winnetka: War Stamp Rep. 43
Service Club 4g Northwestern.
Lumpp, Emily L.
9 Wilmette: Webster Grove High
School 13 Decatur High School 2,3.
Lynch, Jack A.
9Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 23 Tri-Ship Inter-
Scholastic Rel. Com. 3,43 Head 43
Hall Guard 23 Usher Corps 43 "La-
gniappe" 33 Bus. Com. 43 Career
Club 4, Pres. 43 Cornell University.
Lyon, Sally J.
9 "S.J.," Wilmette: Girls' Club Fin.
Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 3,43 Props
Crew 43 Career Club 43 Art League
9Northbrook: Study Hall Sup. 43
Girls' Club Employment Com. 23
Lib. Ass't 43 Endicott.
9"Bill," Wilmette: Info Desk 43
Rifle Club 13 Lens Club 23 Aero.
Club 23 Treas. 23 Career Club 43
9 Glencoe: News Bus. Staff 23
G.A.A. 43 Swing Club 13 Jr. Recital
Group 13 Spanish Club 23 Career
Club 43 Office Staff 3,4.
Marmaduke, M. Joan
9 Kenilworth: Study Hall Sup. 2,33
Girls' Club Rep. 33 Spanish Club
2,33 Career Club 3,43 Service Club
Marsh, Roger E.
9Wilmette: Wrestling 43 Decatur
High School 1,23 Illinois.
Marsh, Walter R.
9"Wally," Kenilworth: Truck 33
Marshall, Gordon E.
9 "Ned," Winnetka: Football 1,2,43
Baseball 23 IM Volleyball Champs
1-43 "Gondoliers" 4g News Reporter
13 Gavel Club 13 Latin Club 13
Spanish Club 23 Career Club 43
9 "Dick," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 13 Student Council
Art Com. 33 "Lagniappe" Publ.
Com. 3,43 News Art Stall 2,33 Art
Ed. 43 Echoes Art Staff 2,3, Head 43
Inklings Contbr. 2,33 lst Prize N. S.
Art League Contest 4.
9 Kenilworth: Football 13 Track 33
"Horizon Visible" 33 News Reporter
13 Latin Club 1,23 Career Club 43
9 "Gerry," Wilmette.
9 "Pat," Glencoe: Niles
High School 1-3.
9Kenilworth: Swimming 33 Base-
ball 33 Feb. Grad.
McCabe, Ruth Ann
9 Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Honor Group
1,33 Girls' Club Rep. 33 Charity
Com. 43 "Lagniappe" 33 Actors'
Guild 23 Echoes Sr. Section 33
Associate Editor 43 Service Club
3,43 Spanish Club 2,33 Career Club
3,43 Jr. Red Cross Del. 43 Stephens.
9 Glencoe: Girls' Club Friendly
Com. 43 Spanish Club 33 Career
Club 3,43 Office Staff 43 Sweetbriar.
9Glencoe: Cheer Leader 1-33
9 "Andy," Winnetka: Honor Group
1,23 Gavel Club 13 Lens Club 13
Science Club 3,43 Geography Club
3,43 Career Club 43 Dartmouth.
9 "Mac," Winnetka: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,25 Lens Club 15
Science Club 3,45 Geography Club
3,45 Treas. 45 Career Club 45 Dart-
McDaniel, Paul William
9 "Bill," Winnetka: Career Club 45
Track, Letter 45 Wisconsin.
9 Wilmette: St. George High School,
9 "Elko," Winnetka: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,35 Student Coun-
cil Honor System Com. 45 Study
Hall Sup. 45 War Stamp Rep. 25
"Lagniappe" Dance Com. 45 G.A.A.
Rep. 35 Speedball Mgr. 15 Spanish
Club 25 Career Club 3,4.
McKearnan, Thomas J.
9 "Jim," Northbrook: Study Hall
Sup. 45 Tri-Ship Dance Com. 45
Usher Corps 45 Info Desk 45 Swim-
ming 1-45 Psychology Club 15
Career Club 45 Princeton.
9 Winnetka: Student Council Publ.
Com. 45 Study Hall Sup. 3,45 War
Stamp Rep. 3.45 News Art Staff 45
9 "Lyn," Wilmette: G.A.A. Rep. 35
Recital Group 15 Career Club 3,45
9 Glenview: Career Club 45 John B.
Murphy School, Chicago 15 Roose-
velt High School, Chicago 2,35 Wis-
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Fin. Com.
45 G.A.A. Rep. 15 "Pinafore" 35
Spanish Club 25 French Club 3,45
Career Club 3,45 Pine Manor.
McLaughlin, William K.
9Wilmette: Swimming 2,35 Pool
Guard 35 Stage Crew 35 Spanish
Club 2,35 Sec. 35 Chess Club 2,35
Science Club 2,35 Northwestern.
McMahon, Mary K.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 1-45 Study Hall Sup. 45
Dramatic Club 45 M.S.E. 45 "Pina-
fore" 35 "Gondoliers" 45 Jr. Music
Club 2,35 Sr. Music Club 45 News
Staff 3,45 lnklings Staff 3,45 Oflice
Staff 3,45 Career Club 3,45 Roches-
McMaster, Mary Louise
9"Lou," Winnetka: News Typing
Staff 3, Head 45 Ofiice Staff 3,45
Latin Club 15 Career Club 45 Pur-
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Honor Group
1,45 Football 25 Baseball 45 Notre
9"Mickey," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1-45 Student
Council War Com. 25 Jr. Music
Club 1.25 News Typing Staff 2-4,
Head 2,35 Feature Ed. 3,45 G.A.A.
3,45 Speedball 45 300-pt. award 45
Numerals 45 Chevrons 45 Latin Club
1,25 Musicale 1,25 Recorder Group
9"Mac," Wilmette: War Stamp
Rep. 35 Study Hall Sup. 3,45 Tri-
Ship Rep. 15 Dance Com. 3,4-, Ass't
Head 45 Traffic Squad 3,45 Lib.
Monitor 45 Track 1-4, Letter 45
Football 1-3, Letter 25 IM Volley-
ball Champs 35 Soccer Champs 45
Sports Club Adv. Mgr. 45 Cheer-
leader 45 Sports Club 45 Career
Club 45 Wisconsin.
9Kenilworth: Girls' Club Publ.
Com. 45 News Staff 3,45 G.A.A.
Chevron 25 Page Girl 25 Swing
Club 15 Science Club 25 Service
Club 45 Office Staff 35 Spanish Club
35 Career Club 3,45 Actors' Guild
9Winnetka: Tri-Ship Service Reg.
Com. 45 Usher Corps 35 "La-
gniappe" 45 "Horizon Visible" 35
M.S.B. l-45 Football 45 Rifle Club
9 Wilmette: Baseball 2-45 Aero.
Club 3,45 Sports Club 4.
9"Cliii'," Wilmette: Honor Group
35 Study Hall Sup. 35 Tri-Ship
Clubroom Com. 45 Usher Corps 45
Traflic Squad 3,45 Swimming 2-4,
Letter 3,45 IM Soccer Champs 15
Pool Guard 3,45 Northwestern.
9 "Pete," Kenilworth: Honor Group
15 Steering Com. 45 Student Council
Safety Com. 25 Tri-Ship Service Reg.
Com. 35 Info Desk 45 Usher Corps
3,45 Football 1-45 Rifle Club 1,25
Career Club 45 Feb. Grad.5 Cornell
9 Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Steering
Com. 45 Study Hall Sup. 45 Girls'
Club Charity Com. Head 45 M.S.O.
1-45 Echoes Write-up Staff 4: G.A.A.
2-45 Speedball Mgr. 3,45 Numerals
35 French Club 2-45 Career Club
3,45 Jr. Red Cross Del. 4: Cornell
9 Winnetka: News Staff 1,25 Swing
Club 15 Latin Club 1,25 Spanish
Club 25 Career Club 45 Westgren
High School, Alberta, Canada 35
9 Wilmette: Inklings Staff 45 Echoes
Art Staff 45 Office Staff 45 lst Place
N. S. Art Contest 3.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 45 Honor Group
2,35 Steering Com. 45 Student Coun-
cil Rep. 45 Honor System Hend 45
Social Com. 45 War Com. 45 Study
Hall Sup. 2,35 Girls' Club Rep. 2,35
Class Ch. 25 "Lagniappe" 45 "Pina-
fore" 3: "Gondoliers" 45 News Adv.
Staff 25 lnklings Contbr. 35 G.A.A.
Social Com. 45 Official 35 Bad-
minton Club 15 French Club 2-4,
Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Career Club
9 Wilmette: V.S.C.S. 45 Telegraphic
Swimming 1-45 Numerals 45 Art
League 45 Career Club 4.
9 Glenview: St. ,lohn's Military
Academy, Wis. 1,2.
Miskell, Carolyn Sue
9 "Mike," Glencoe: Honor Group 25
M.S.O. 1-45 G.A.A. 45 Geography
Club 15 Musicale 1,45 Spanish Club
25 Career Club 3,45 Iowa.
9 Glencoe: T.N.T. 45 Elect. Bd. 35
Class Vice-Pres. 15 Student Council
Rep. 1,35 Social Com. 1.35 Assem-
bly Com. 15 Study Hall Dept. 45
Study Hall Sup. 45 War Stamp
Auditor 35 Girls' Club Fresh. Mgr.
45 "Lagniappe" 3,45 Costume Head
45 Adv. Com. 45 Dramatic Club 25
"Love Rides the Rails" 25 G.A.A.
1-45 Rep. 25 Chevron 15 Publ. Com.
45 300-pt. 25 News Staff 25 Echoes
Staff 35 Swing Club 15 Page Girl
2-45 Badminton Club, Pres. 35
Career Club 3,45 Miami University.
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Study Hall Sup.
4: Football 15 Baseball 35 News
Photo Ed. 35 News Stall 2-45 Rifle
Club 1-45 Instructor 35 Notre Dame.
9 Wilmette: "Lagniappe" 1,35 Dra-
matic Club 3.45 "Horizon Visible"
35 Actors' Guild 1-45 M.S.E. 2-45
"Yeoman of the Guard" 25 "Pina-
fore" 35 "Gondoliers" 45 lr. Music
Club 15 Sr. Music Club 2-4.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 45 Honor
Group 35 Girls' Club Publ. Com. 45
News Art Staff 35 Echoes Art Staff
35 G.A.A. Rep. 45 Psychology Club
15 Art League 2,35 Service Club
3,45 Career Club 35 Stratford.
9 "Jan," Northfield: Girls' Club
Rep. 35 "Pinafore" 35 News Art
Stall' 35 French Club 25 Evanston
High School 15 Sarah Lawrence.
9"Jan," Wilmette: Honor Society
45 Girls' Club Rep. 35 Benton Twp.
High School 15 Northwestern.
Moore, Mary Elizabeth
9 "Mary Liz," Glencoe: "Lagniappe"
3,45 "Yeomen of the Guard" 25
'iPinafore" 35 "Gondoliers" 45 .lr.
Music Club 1,25 Sr. Music Club
3,45 News Typing Staff 45 G.A.A.
Chevron 25 Office Staff 3,45 Spanish
Club 2,35 Career Club 45 Wilber-
9 "Sue," Glencoe: Girls' Club Rep.
35 Charity Com. 35 Fin. Com. 45
"Lagniappe" 2-45 Dramatic Club
3,45 "Pomander Walk" 45 Make-up
Crew 1-45 Head 3,45 Actors' Guild
2-45 M.S.E. 45 "Pinafore" 35 "Gon-
doliers" 45 Jr. Music Club 35 Sr.
Music Club 45 News Adv. Staff 25
G.A.A. 1-45 Page Girl 45 Career
Club 3.45 Bennington.
9 "Larry," Wilmette: War Stamp
Rep. 15 Tri-Ship Rep. 25 .lV Foot-
ball 45 Track 3,4.
9 Wilmette: IM Soccer Champs 45
IM Volleyball Champs 35 Marysville
High School, Calif. 15 Tri-Ship High
School, Calif. 2.
9 "Bea," Wilmette.
Moser, William P.
9"Bill," Winnetka: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1,2,45 War Stamp
Rep. 1,2,45 M.S.O. 1,25 Radio Club
1,25 German Club 2,45 Treas. 45
Physical Science Club 45 Sec. 45
9 "Tom," Wilmette: Honor Society
45 Honor Group 1-35 Track 2-4,
Letter 35 Swimming 25 Light Crew
1,25 Radio Club 15 Feb. Grad.5
9Wilmette: T.N.T. 45 Honor So-
ciety 45 Honor Group 1-35 Class
Pres. 25 Study Hall Sup. 3,45 Tri-
Ship Rep. 2.35 Student Aid Com.
35 Inter-Scholastic Rel. Com. 45
Usher Corps 3,45 Fresh. Advisor
Helper 45 "Lagniappe" 45 German
Club 2-45 Sports Club 4: Career
9 Wilniettez Student Council Service
Com. 25 Tri-Ship Traffic Squad 35
Usher Corps 45 Info Desk 45 Stage
Crew 35 IM Soccer Champs 35
Echoes Bus. Staff 35 Feb. Grad.
9 Wilmette: Girls' Club Friendly
Com. 45 "Lagniappe" 25 G.A.A. 2,45
Gavel Club 15 Career Club 45 Villa
Carondelet, Ariz. 35 Pine Manor.
9Wilmette: G.A.A. Rep. 15 Span-
ish Club 25 Career Club 35 Art
League 45 Service Club 4.
9 "Bob," Wilmette: Honor Group 35
Usher Corps 45 Info Desk 45 Basket-
ball 35 IM Soccer Champs 35 Feb.
9"Jack," Glenview: Carl Schurz
High School 1,2.
9 "Swede," Wilmette: Swimming 25
Champs 25 IM Soccer Champs 2,3.
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 1,2,45 Hall
Guard 3,45 Usher Corps 3,45 "La-
gniappe" 15 Football 1-4, Letter 45
Dramatic Club 3,45 "George and
Margaret" 35 "Horizon Visible" 35
Actors' Guild 2,35 Swing Club 15
Radio Club 3,45 Career Club 3,45
9 Glencoe: Honor Group 35 Service
Club 35 Feb. Grad.
9 Winnetka: Broadway High School,
Washington 15 Columbia.
Rice, Jean M. Rosberg, Donald
9"Tom," Wilmette: Football 1,33
Baseball 23 Northwestern.
9"Ted," Winnetka: Traffic Squad
9 Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Class Sec. 13
Honor Group 1,23 Steering Com. 43
Student Council Rep. 13 Assembly
Com. 13 Service Com. 23 War
Stamp Rep. 33 Study Hall Sup. 3g
Girls' Club Rep. 13 Arr. Com. 23
Social Com. 33 Friendly Com. Head
4g News Staff 3,43 G.A.A. 1-43
Career Club 3.43 Smith.
9 Winnetka: Football Mgr. 3,43 IM
Mgr. 3,43 Sports Club 43 Army.
9Winnetka: Lacrosse 2,3Q Hockey
2,33 Class Mgr. 33 Career Club 33
Service Club 3,4.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 33 Traffic
Squad 3,43 Hall Guard 43 Quigley
Preparatory Seminary 1,2.
9"Bob," Winnetka: Amache High
School, Colorado 1-3.
9 Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-43 Steering Com.
43 Study Hall Sup. 43 Student Coun-
cil Hall Com. 4-3 Tri-Ship Rep. 1,3,
43 Usher Corps 3,43 Info Desk 43
Fresh. Helper 43 Track, Letter 2-43
,IV Football 43 Rifle Club 13 North-
9 Wilmette: News
Club 3g Carleton.
Staff 33 Career
9 "Farley," Glencoe: News 1,2,43
Lens Club 1,23 Rifle Club 1,23 Span-
ish Club 23 Career Club 43 Palm
Springs High School, Calif. 33
9 Winnetka: Tri-Ship Rep. 43
Highland Park High School 1-3.
Parsons, Richard D.
9 "Dick," Winnetka: Study Hall
Sup. 43 Swimming 2g Football 1,23
Baseball 23 Track 3,43 Michigan.
9"Pat," Glencoe: "Lagniappe" 43
Dramatic Club 2-43 "Yeoman of the
Guard" 23 "Gondoliers" 43 M.S.E.
3,43 Jr. Music Club 13 Sr. Music
Club 2-43 Northwestern.
Paxton, Nancy L.
9 L'Lou," Glenview: Girls' Club
Rep. 43 Illinois.
9"Honey," Glenview: Girls' Club
Social Com. 43 Evanston High
9 Glencoe: Photo-painters, Treas. 33
French Club 43 Career Club 43
Office Staff 43 Lib. Ass't 43 Mary-
wood 1,23 Lawrence.
9Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Elect. Bd.
33 Honor Society 43 Honor Group
1-43 War Stamp Auditor 23 Study
Hall Sup. 3,43 Student Council Rep.
43 Publ. Com. 43 Girls' Club Arr.
Com. 23 Employment Com. 33 Head
43 uLagniappe', 43 Actors' Guild 23
Dramatics Club 3,43 4'Tovarich" 33
"Horizon Visible" 33 "Pinafore"
Costume Crew 33 News Copy Desk
Staff 23 G.A.A. 1-43 Archery 2,33
Head 33 Class Mgr. 2g Official 13
Chevron 13 Numerals 23 Lib. Ass't
13 Jr. Music Club 2,43 Latin Club
1-3, Pres. 3g Sec. 33 Career Club
9 "Judy," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-33 Steering Com.
43 Girls' Club Fin. Com. 2g News
Copy Desk Staff 2,3, Head 43
G.A.A. 1-43 Hockey 2-4, Mgr. 43
Lacrosse 2,33 300-pt. 23 Spanish
Club 23 Latin Club 1-33 Mt.
9 4'Petey," Winnetka: Steering Com.
43 G.A.A. 2-43 Rep. 2g Hockey 43
Volleyball 3,43 Numerals 23 Career
Club 3,43 Evanston High School 13
9 "Bob," Glenview: War Stamp Rep.
43 Stanley Jr. High School, Mo. 13
Evanston High School 2.
9Glencoe: War Stamp Rep. 43
Actors' Guild 43 G.A.A. 3,43 Rec.
Games Class Mgr. 43 Carleton.
9 Wilmette: Tri-Ship Rep. 13 Hall
Guard 33 IM Basketball Champs 23
Soccer Champs 23 Dramatic Club
3,43 "Tovarich" 33 "Penrod" 33
"Horizon Visible" 33 "Pomander
Walk" 43 Make-up Crew 33 Rifle
Club 13 Radio Club 13 Broadcasting
Club 43 Northwestern.
9Winnetka: War Stamp Rep. 43
Girls' Club Social Com. 3,43 "La-
9 "Nan," Wilmette: Psychology
Club 13 Ofiice Staff 43 Northwestern.
9 "Susie," Winnetka: German Club
33 Senn High School 1,2.
9"Ginny," Winnetka: Study Hall
Sup. 43 Girls' Club Charity Com. 2g
Financial Head 43 "Lagniappe" 3:
Publ. Com. 43 News Feature Staff
33 G.A.A. 2-43 Swimming 1-43 Pool
Guard 2-43 Teleg. Swimming 2-43
French Club 2-43 Career Club 33
Quirk, Helen Florence
9'4Len," Wilmette: M.S.0. 4: Sr.
Music Club 43 Evanston High 1,23
Rand, Shirley Louise
9Winnetka: Girls' Club Rep. 33
Friendly Com. 43 G.A.A. 3,43 Span-
ish Club 23 Career Club 3,43
9 Wilmette: Rifle Instructor 2.
Reinwald, Charles, Jr.
9 "Chuck," Northfield: Hall Guard
3,43 Wrestling 43 Northwestern.
9"Loie," Kenilworth: War Stamp
Rep. 43 Spanish Club 2,33 Career
Club 3,42 Service Club 33 Endicott.
9 Kenilworth: War
Stamp Rep. lg
Rice, James M.
9 'i.lim," Wilmette:
Trainer 2,33 Stage
Crew 2,33 Iowa.
.IV Football 43
Crew 23 Light
9 Winnetka: Girls'
Rhythms 43 Career
High School, N. Y.
Club Rep. 33
33 G.A.A. 33
Club 43 Bellows
9Winnetka: Football 43 Marine
9 "Tom," Kenilworth: Tri-Ship Din-
ner Com. Head 3
3 Vice-Pres. 43
Football 1-4, Letter 3,43 Track 23
Baseball 33 Basketball 1,3,43 Sports
Club, Treas. 4.
Rihl, Mary Lois
9 Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 13 Art League 33 Career
9 "Jim," Kenilworth: "Lagniappe"
3,43 .l1'. Music Club 13 Swing Club
13 Colorado University.
9 Glencoe: Golf 4:
Ritter, Nancy S.
9 Glencoe: Study
Hall Sup. 3,113
"Lagniappe" 43 Girls' Club Rep. 13
Publ. Com. 23 Fin. Com. 23 Echoes
Sr. Section 33 G.A.A. 1-43 Basket-
ball Head 33 Baseball Head 43
Speedball 1,3,43 Hockey 2,33 Bas-
ketball 1-43 Volleyball 1-33 Baseball
1-43 Swimming 1-43 Volleyball Class
Mgr. 13 Swing Club 13 Career Club
3,4-3 Service Club 43 Lawrence.
Roberts, W. Donald
9 i'Don," Winnetka: Football 43
Track 3,43 South Kent School 1,23
Army Air Corps.
Robinson, Mary Margaret
9"Robbie," Wilmette: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1-43 "La-
gniappe" 2,33 News Stall 43 Ink-
lings Contbr. 33 G.A.A. 3,43 Publ.
Com. 43 Rhythms 3,43 Latin Club
1,23 Spanish Club 23 Michigan.
9Wilmette: War Stamp Rep. 1-33
Service Club 3,43 Monticello.
Rogers, Lester C., .lr.
9 "Les," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Elect.
Bd. 33 Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1.23 Tri-Ship Student Aid
Com. 43 Frosh Helper 43 '4La-
gniappe" 3,43 Dramatic Club 2-43
"Love Rides the Rails" 23 "Letters
to Lucerne" 23 "Horizon Visible" 33
Actors' Guild 13 M.S.E. 3,43 "Pina-
forev 33 Echoes Ass't Ed. 33 Editor-
in-chief 43 Inklings Contbr. 13 De-
bate Team 23 Rifle Club 13 German
gludb 2,33 Sr. Music Club 3,43 Stan-
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 3,43 War
Stamp Rep. 1,23 'l'raHic Squad 3,43
"Horizon Visible" 3g Actors' Guild
43 Make-up Crew 33 Gavel Club
1,23 Stamp Club 13 Career Club 43
Rooney, Mary Rose
9 Winnetka: Gavel Club l,2.
9 "Don," Winnetka: War Stamp
Rep. 33 Info Desk 43 Swimming 3,43
Lib. Ass't 33 Spanish Club 3.
9Glencoe: Honor Group 33 "La-
gniappe" 3,43 IM Table Tennis
Champs 13 Dramatic Club 3,43
"Horizon Visible" 33 News Stafi'
3,43 Lens Club 13 Musicale 1-43
Broadcasting Club 3,4.
9".loannie," Glencoe: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2-43 Student
Council Service Com. 33 News Art
Staff 2,32 Echoes Sr. Sec. 43 G.A.A.
3,43 Latin Club 1-33 Spanish Club
2,33 Art League 33 Career Club
9Winnetka: War Stamp Rep. 33
Girls' Club Publ. Com. 3g Fin. Com.
33 Dramatic Club 3,43 Make-up
Crew 2-43 "Pinafore" 33 "Gondo-
liers" 4-3 G.A.A. 2-43 Rep. 23 Bas-
ketball 1,23 Numerals 23 Spanish
Club 23 Career Club 3,4.
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1-43 G.A.A. 2-43 Rep.
33 Class Tennis Mgr. 43 Official 33
300-pt. 33 Hockey 3,43 Volleyball
2-43 Basketball 2,33 Lacrosse 2,33
Tennis 3,43 Country Day 13 Vassar.
9 "Sabin" Evanston: Illinois.
9 '4Aussie," Wilmette: Broadway
High School, Wash. 13 Hunt High
School, Idaho 2,3.
9Glencoe: Career Club 43 Office
Staff 43 Dennison.
9 Wilmette: French Club 43 Career
Club 43 Art League 4.
9Wilmette: G.A.A. 2-43 Rep. 13
Latin Club 1,23 Spanish Club 33
Career Club 3,43 Office Staff 43 Uni-
versity of Colorado.
' Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Swim-
0 Wilmette: Actors' Guild 2,33
Career Club 3,43 Northwestern.
0Kenilworth: Spanish Club 2,32
Career Club 3,43 Science Club 33
Broadcasting Club 43 Northwestern.
0 Wilmette: M.S.B. 1-4.
0 "Ginny," Wilmette: Service Club
9 "Sue," Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep.
13 "Lagniappe" 2-43 Dramatic Club
2-43 "Letters to Lucerne" 2: "Po-
mander Walk" 43 Actors' Guild 3,4:
M.S.E. 2-43 "Iolanthe" 13 Jr. Music
Club 1,23 Sr. Music Club 3,43
Career Club 3,4.
0 "Ted," Glencoe: Honor Society 4g
Honor Group 2-43 War Stamp Rep.
43 Dramatic Club 2-43 "Letters to
Lucerne" 23 "Horizon Visible" 33
Light Crew 23 Actors' Guild 2-43
News Stafl' 3,43 Debate 2-43 Mgr.
3.43 Inklings Staff 33 Broadcasting
Club 3,43 Harvard Award 33 Senn
High School li M.I.T.
0 Wilmette: Career Club 43 Hyde
Park High School 1-3.
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 23 Home
Ec. Club 1,33 German Club 4.
Schwab, Dorothy Elaine
0 "Dottie," Glenview: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 1-43 G.A.A. 2-43
Chevrons 33 French Club 13 Science
Club 2-43 Rifle Club 33 Lib. Ass't
3g Career Club 3,43 Otlice Staff 43
0Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 2,32 Tri-Ship Inter-
Scholastic Rel. Com, 43 Usher Corps
43 Swimming, Letter 2-43 Pool
Guard 3,43 Highland Park High
School lg Northwestern.
Seder, Mary Lynn
U Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1,23 Study Hall Sup. 43 Girls'
Club Rep. 23 Social Com. 33 Arr.
Com. 43 G.A.A. Rep. 13 Speedball
13 Basketball 1,23 Class Mgr. 2g
Volleyball 1,23 Baseball 1,23 Hockey
2: Oiiicial 33 300-pt. 23 Latin Club
I: Spanish Club 2.3: Career Club
'VVinnetka: Honor Group 3,43
Actors' Guild 2-43 "Horizon Visible"
33 Inklings Staff 3,43 Contbr. 33
G.A.A. 3,43 Rep. 13 Rhythms 3,43
Broadcasting Club 2-43 Spanish Club
2: French Club 3,43 Career Club
3.43 Musicale 43 Bennington.
0 Wilmette: Peabody Demonstration
School, Tenn. 13 Cornwallis School
for Girls, Calif. 23 N. Hollywood
High School, Calif. 3.
'Wilmette: Actors' Guild 1,23 News
Staff 33 G.A.A. 2-43 Career Club
3,43 Cadet Nurse Corps.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Head
Bond Drive 4g Student Council Rep.
33 Head Lunch Hall Com. 33 Tri-
Ship Com. 13 Feb. Grad.
0 "Jim," Winnetka: "Lagniappe" 2-
43 Dramatic Club 3,4: "Our Town"
2g "Horizon Visible" 33 "Pomander
Walk" 43 M.S.E. 2-43 "Iolanthe" 13
"Yeoman of the Guard" 2: "Pina-
f0I'f',' 33 "Gondoliers" 43 Sr. Music
Club 3,43 Northwestern.
0 "Budd," Glencoe: Rifle Club 4:
Career Club 4.
9 "Gay," Winnetka: "Horizon Visi-
' Wilmette: "Gondolit-rs" 43 Career
Club 3,43 Oflice Staff 3,43 Ward-
0 "Dal," Kenilworth: Honor Society
4g Honor Group 1,23 Tri-Ship Din-
ner Com. 43 Usher Corps 3,43 Foot-
ball 4, Letter 43 "Yeoman of the
Guard" 23 Chess Club 13 Gavel Club
13 Lens Club li Sr. Music Club 13
Feb. Grad.3 Northwestern.
0 "Chuck," Northfield: Army 3.
Sherwin, John Graydon
0 "Gay," Glencoe: Steering Com. 43
Tri-Ship Rep, 1-33 Study Hall Sup.
43 Hall Guard 43 Football 43 IM
Free Throwing Champ 33 Actors'
Guild 23 News Staff 13 Notre Dame.
9 "Innes," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Honor Group 143 Girls' Club
Rep. 23 Arr. Com. 13 Friendly Com.
43 "Lagniappc" 3,41 News Staff 43
G.A.A. 43 Swing Club 13 Career
Club 3,43 Service Club 3,43 Ran-
0 "Muscles," Winnetka: Chess Club
3,43 Student Service 43 Saint Paul's
School, N. Y. 1,23 Dartmouth.
' Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Honor Society
43 Honor Group I-33 Girls' Club
Rep. 1g Arr. Com. 2g Dramatic Club
43 Make-up Crew 3,43 G.A.A. I-43
Vice-Pres. 43 Rep. 23 Baseball 2:
Basketball 23 Square Dance Head
33 Volleyball 1,33 Swimming 33 So-
cial Com. 2g Awards Head 43 300-
pt. 13 600-pt 2: 800-pt. 33 Official
23 Badminton Club 1-33 Jr. Music
Club 13 French Club 3,43 Latin
Club 33 Career Club 3,4.
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Honor Group
13 Student Council, War Stamp
Rep. 3g Service Com. 23 Study Hall
Com. 23 Tri-Ship Service Reg. Com.
23 Head 43 Lib. Monitor 3g "La-
gniappe" Bus. Mgr. 43 Usher Corps
43 Info Desk 4: Swimming 23 Track
33 Football 4, Letter 43 News Photo
Staff 13 Adv. Stall 2,33 Lens Club
I3 Jr. Music Club 13 Sr. Music Club
2.33 Career Club 43 Cornell.
9 Wilmette: Science Club 33 Career
Club 3,43 Office Stafl 3,4.
Smith, A. Whiting
9Glencoe: Student Council Publ.
Com. 33 Dramatic Club 2-43 "Love
Rides the Rails" 23 "Horizon Visi-
ble" 33 "Dear Octopus" 43 Actors'
Guild 1: Chess Club 2.
Smith, Barbara A.
0 "Wa-Wa," Glencoe: Office Stall 43
North Shore Country Day 1,23 Lake
Smith, Barbara J.
0Kenilworth: G.A.A. Speedball
Mgr. 43 Spanish Club 23 Career
Club 33 Bradford.
Smith, Donald H.
"'Don," Wilmette: Basketball 23
Track 3,43 Career Club 43 Iowa.
Smith, Ellen Graves
0 Glencoe: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 3,43 Girls' Club Mag. Com.
33 "Lagniappe" 2,33 Dramatic Club
2-43 "Horizon Visible" 33 "Dear
Octopus" 43 "Yeoman of the Guard"
23 "Pinaiore" 33 "Gondoliers" 4-3
M.S.E. 2-43 Musicale 13 Sr. Music
Club 2-4: Pres. 43 Career Club 3.
0 "Jim," Winnetka: Class Vice-Pres.
33 Steering Com. 43 Tri-Ship Rep.
33 Inter-Scholastic Rel. Com. 43
Hall Guard 33 Usher Corps 3,43
Info Desk 43 Football I-43 Track
1-43 Career Club 4.
Smith, Nancy Jane
0 "Smitty," Winnetka: Honor Group
13 Steering Com. 43 Study Hall
Sup. 2.43 Girls' Club Rep. 2g Rec-
ords Com. 43 Actors' Guild 23
Make-up Crew 3,43 Echoes Ed. Staff
33 Sr. Section Staff 43 G.A.A. 2-43
Volleyball 2,33 Service Com. 4g Page
Girl 3,4Q Numerals 23 Chevron 33
300-pt. 33 Spanish Club 33 Career
Club 3,43 Service Club 43 Lawrence.
'Kenilworth: Girls' Club Rep. 23
Swing Club 13 Spanish Club 2,33
Career Club 3.43 Bradford.
"'Smitty," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Rep. 43 Sr. Music Club 43 Del
Norte High School I-33 University
9 "Suzi," Glencoe: Study Hall Sup.
33 Make-up Crew 33 Spanish Club
23 Career Club 3,43 Colorado Uni-
0 Glencoe: Make-up Crew 3,43
Career Club 3,43 Sullins.
0 Winnetka: Actors' Guild 33 Swim-
ming 1,43 Rifle Club 13 Badminton
Club I3 Sports Club 4.
0 "Kay," Winnetka: "Lagniappe"
2,43 "Horizon Visible" 33 Actors'
Guild 4g Rhythms 1-33 Spanish Club
2g Career Club 3,45 Lib. Ass't 43
'Glencoe: Swimming, Letter 2-43
Co-Captain 43 Pool Guard 3.43 De-
bate Team 23 Sports Club -1.
Spatholt, Ruth E.
9 Wilmette: G.A.A. 1-33 Career
Club 3,43 Stephens.
0 "Barb," Glencoe: Girls' Club Arr.
Com. 43 Echoes Ed. Stall' 3: G.A.A.
Rep. 3g Class Volleyball Mgr. 43
Baseball 2,32 Hockey 2,33 Broad-
casting Club 3,43 Career Club 3,43
North Shore Country Day I3 Sarah
'Wilmette: Chess Club I-33 Sec.
23 Latin Club 23 Career Club 43
Feb. Grad.3 Colorado Iinivcrsity.
' Chicago: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 33 Girls' Club Rep. 4: Career
Club 3,43 Senn High School 1,23
Spitzer, Virginia Marie
' "Ginny," Wilmette: Spanish Club
2,33 Career Club 33 Service Club
0 "Bob," Kenilworth: Baseball 2,31
IM Soccer Champs 3,43 Evanston
High School 13 Northwestern.
' "Art," Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Elect.
Bd. 33 Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-33 Tri-Ship Rep. 1-3? Inter-
Scholastic Rel. Com. 2g Service Reg.
Com. Head 43 Usher Corps 3,43
Paper Salvage Head 4g Frosh
Helper 43 Stage Crew 2-43 Co-Head
3,43 Debate 1-33 Debate Award 23
Forensic Bd. 1'3Q Gavel Club 1,23
Career Club 43 Jr. Red Cross Rep.
3,43 Exec. Bd. 43 Feb. Grad.3
0 Winnetka: Student Council Publ.
Com. 43 Tri-Ship Rep. 3,43 Dinner
Com. 33 Info Desk 43 IM Soccer
Champ 13 Track Champ 2,33 Career
Club 43 Lib. Monitor 3.
"'Pat," Wilmette: Honor Society
43 Student Council War Com. 43
Study Hall Sup. 4g Girls' Club
Charity Com. 33 Arr. Com. 43
"Horizon Visible" 33 Actors' Guild
33 Inklings 3,43 Career Club 3,41
Maine High School 1,2.
0Waukegan: "Lagniappe" Bd. 43
Dramatic Club 2-43 Stage Tech.
2-41: Stage Crew 1-43 Mgr. 3,43
Light Crew 2-43 Stamp Club 1,23
Gavel Club 1,23 Debate 1.2.
0Kenilworth: Honor Group 2,33
Badminton Club 1-3, German Club
1,23 Debate 1,2.
9 "Chuck," Kenilworth: Tri-Ship
Award 43 T.N.T. 43 Elect. Bd. 33
Honor Society 43 Honor Group 1-33
Study Hall Sup. 4: Tri-Ship Pres.
43 Class Chairman 1-33 Usher Corps
3,43 Football 1-43 Baseball 1-33
9 Wilmette: Career Club 43 Stamp
Club 43 Ft. Dearborn High School,
Chicago 13 Brookfield High School,
9Wilmette: News Staff 4g G.A.A.
Rep. 43 Career Club 43 Ft. Dearborn
High School, Chicago 13 Brookfield
High School 2,3.
9Kenilworth: Honor Society 43
Honor Group 1,22 Baseball 1,2,43
Career Club 4.
9 'SPolly," Glenview: Girls' Club
Rep. 23 News Typing Staff 43
G.A.A. 2-43 Volleyball 13 Service
Com. 3g Numerals 13 Chevrons 23
German Club 2,33 Career Club 3,4,
Treas. 43 Service Club 4.
9"Bob," Winnetka: Honor Group
33 Study Hall Sup. 43 Usher Corps
33 Swimming 3,43 Hempstead High
School, N. Y. 1,23 Indiana.
9 Glencoe: Dramatic Club 43 'iHer-
izon Visiblel' 33 '6Dear Octopus" 43
Actors' Guild 2-43 Echoes Staff 33
Inklings Staff 13 Latin Club 1,23
Spanish Club 2,32 Feb. Grad.
9Kenilworth: T.N.T. 43 Student
Council War Dept. Head 43 War
Stamp Rep. 33 Study Hall Sup. 33
Girls' Club Charity Com. 33 Bad-
minton Club 33 Career Club 33 St.
Nicholas, Wash. 1,2.
Strom, Evelyn A.
9 "Evie," Kenilworth: Tennis 13 Art
9 Winnetka: Career Club 3.4.
9 "Jim," Winnetka: Rifle Club 1,23
Science Club 3,43 Career Club 43
Swanberg, Donna Rae
9 Wilmette: Fort Dodge High
School, Iowa 1,23 Bethesda-Chevy
Chase High School, Md. 3,43 Carle-
9 Glenview: Honor Society 4g
Honor Group 1-33 Study Hall Sup.
43 Info Desk 43 Lib. Monitor 33
Latin Club 13 Chess Club 3.
9 "Marge,', Winnetka: Honor Group
43 Student Council Dining Hall
Com. 4g Assembly Com. 33 Girls'
Rep. 23 Latin Club 13 Swing Club
13 French Club 2-43 Career Club
3,43 Lib. Ass't 33 Denison.
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-33 Northwestern.
Symons, Doris H.
9Wilmette: Swing Club 13 Career
9"Cy," Winnetka: Honor Group
1,23 Usher Corps 3g Football 13
Track 1-4, Letter 23 Rifle Club 13
9 "Talley," Wilmette: Honor Group
2-43 Girls' Club Rep. 43 "Gondo-
liers', 43 G.A.A. 2-43 Pool Guard
3,43 Class Mgr. Swimming 43 Latin
Club 1,23 Spanish Club 2,33 Service
Club 3,43 Career Club 43 Wisconsin.
9 Wilmette: Fenger High School,
9 Glencoe: Study Hall Sup. 43
Girls' Club Rep. 43 Arr. Com. 23
Charity Com. 33 G.A.A. Rep. 33
Volleyball 13 Tennis Head 23
Awards Com. 43 Spanish Club 33
Pres. 33 Bennet.
Taylor, Patricia Joy
9 "Pat," Glencoe: T.N.T. 43 Honor
Society 43 Honor Group 1-43 Study
Hall Sup. 33 Girls' Club Fin. Com.
23 Make-up Crew 3,43 News Mail
Circ. Staff 2-4. Head 3,43 G.A.A.
1-43 Speedball 13 Swimming 1-33
Basketball Head 43 300-pt. 13 600-
pt. 23 800-pt. 3g Latin Club 1-3,
Pres. 23 French Club 2,33 Career
Club 3,43 Wellesley.
9 Winnetka: Basketball 1.
Thompson, W. Page
9Winnetka: Study Hall Sup. 3,43
Tri-Ship Vice-Pres. 43 Rep. 43 Hall
Guard 33 Inter-Scholastic Rel. Com.
43 Football 1,23 Basketball 14,
Letter 23 IM Volleyball Champs 33
Soccer Champs 43 Career Club 43
9 '4Jack,', Wilmette: M.S.B. 1-43
Inklings Staff 33 Feb. Grad.: East-
man School of Music.
Todd, Lowell F.
9 Wilmette: Swimming 2,33 Pool
Guard 2,33 Illinois.
9Wilmette: Info Desk 43 "Pina-
fore" 33 "Gondoliers" 43 Service
9Wilmette: War Stamp Rep. 33
Service Club 3,43 Beloit.
9Winnetka: Study Hall Sup. 43
Student Council Fin. Com. 43 Tri-
Ship Clubroom Com. 33 "Lagniappe"
2-43 Dramatic Club 3,43 "Horizon
Visiblev 33 "Pomander Walk" 43
M.S.E. 2-43 4'Yeoman of the Guard"
23 "Pinafore" 3g "Gondolif-rs" 43
Swing Club 13 Sr. Music Club 2-43
Vice-Pres. 3g Career Club 43 Cor-
Treveiler, A. Robert
9 "Bob," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 13 Steering Com. 43
Student Council Rep. 1,3,43 Assem-
bly Com. lg Service Dept. 3g Study
Hall Dept. 43 Treasury Dept. 43
Study Hall Sup. 3,43 Tri-Ship Publ.
Rel. Com. 43 "Lagniappe" Re-
hearsal 81 Bus. Com. 43 Football 13
Track 3,43 "Tovarich" 3g "Dear
Octopus" 43 Lens Club 1,23 Aero.
Club 23 Career Club 4.
9"Rawley," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Honor Group 13 Student Council
Rep. 43 Publ. Com. 43 Study Hall
Sup. 43 War Stamp Rep. 43 Tri-
Ship Service Reg. Com. 43 Usher
Corps 43 Football 33 Track 33
Wrestling 3, Letter 43 "Gondoliers"
43 News Publ. Staff 43 News Photo
Staff 43 Gavel Club 13 Lens Club 13
Rifle Club 2g Spanish Club 3.
9 Wilmette: Wrestling 4.
9 "Marge,', Wilmette.
9 "P'at,l' Winnetka: Girls' Club
Publ. Com. 33 Charity Com. 43 i'La-
gniappel' 43 "Gondoliers" 43 News
Art Stafi 33 Ofiice Staff 33 Spanish
Club 3g Career Club 43 Mundelein.
9 "Bill," Wilmette: Swimming 1-4,
Letter 3,43 Pool Guard 3,4, Co-Head
43 Info Desk 43 Stage Crew 3,43
IM Track Champs 3g Sports Club 43
Career Club 43 Northwestern.
9 "Tudor," Kenilworth: Girls' Club
Arr. Com. 33 Fin. Com. 43 G.A.A.
Rep. 33 Rifle Club 23 Career Club
33 Sec. 33 Spanish Club 23 Broad-
casting Club 33 Arizona.
Turskay, Mary Jane
9 "Janie," Wilmette.
9 "Jerry," Wilmette: IM Soccer
Champs 43 Rifle Club 1,23 Aero.
Club 1-43 Vice-Pres. 23 Career Club
43 Visual Aid 43 Northwestern.
9 Winnetka: Feb. Grad.
9"Dick," Winnetka: Study Hall
Sup. 43 Tri-Ship Clubroom Com.
43 Hall Guard 2,33 Football 1-43
Basketball 1-33 Track 2,33 Base-
ball 2,43 Volleyball Champs 23 IM
Basketball Champs 33 Career Club
9 "Red," Kenilworth: Science Club
13 Spanish Club 23 Service Club 33
Career Club 3-43 Northwestern.
Van Arsdale, Wilson
9 "Buzz," Kenilworth: Study Hall
Sup. 23 Service Staff 2g Football
1,23 Track 1-4, Letter 2-43 Basket-
ball 13 Kenyon.
Van W'inkle, Barbara
9 "Barb," Wilmette: War Stamp
Aud. 2g 6'Lagniappe" 2g Echoes Ed.
Staff 33 G.A.A. 2-43 Archery 1,23
Numerals 23 Broadcasting Club 1-43
Career Club 3-4.
Van Zuylen, William A.
9"Bill," Wilmette: Tri-Ship Din-
ner Com. 3g Hall Guard 33 "La-
gniappe" 43 Football 1-4, Letter 2,43
Career Club, Vice-Pres. 43 Michi-
9 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-43 War Stamp Rep. 43
Dramatic Club 3,43 "Horizon Visi-
blew 23 uPomander Walk" 43 Geog-
raphy Club 1-43 Musicalc 2-4.
9 Glenview: Archery 23 Hockey 43
Spanish Club 2,33 Science Club
2-43 Rifle Club 3,43 Career Club
Vaughan, Anna Louise
9"Annie," Winnetka: Girls' Club
Rep. 43 News Feature Staff 2:
G.A.A. 1-43 G.A.A. Rep. 23 Pool
Guard 1-43 Head Guard 33 Swim-
ming 2-43 Telegraphic Swimming
Team 2-43 Volleyball 33 Basketball
33 Hockey 43 IM Sports Head 43
300-pt. 23 600-pt. 33 800-pt. 33
Career Club 43 Beloit College.
9Wilmette: News Photo Staff 33
Echoes Photo Staff 3,43 Rifle Club.
9 Winnetka: Steering Com. 43 War
Stamp Rep. 43 Girls' Club Rep. 43
Charity Com. 2,43 Social Com. 33
G.A.A. 2-43 Rep. 33 Speedball 33
Latin Club 3,43 Michigan.
96'Bob," Glencoe: Trafiic Squad
2-43 Football 1-4, Letter 3,43 Jr.
Mgr. lg Rifle Club 1-4.
9 Glencoe: Football 43 IM Handball
9'gRay," Northfield: Hall Guard
9 '4Betty," Winnetka.
Wagner., Jean L.
9 Northfield: Honor Group lg Pho-
to-painters 43 Stage Crew 43 Cadet
9 Wilmette: Career Club 43 Service
9 Winnetka: Honor Society 43 War
Stamp Rep. 23 Study Hall Sup. 3:
G.A.A. 1-43 Lacrosse 2,3, Mgr. 23
Basketball 23 Archery 3, Mgr. 3:
Hockey 2-4, Head 43 Volleyball 3,43
Latin Club 33 French Club 33
Career Club 3,43 Wellesley.
Walters, Myrna Lee
'Wilmette: Girls' Club Rep. 33
Rifle Club 2-43 Spanish Club 3g
Career Club 4g Lib. Ass't 43 Cor-
Ward, .loseph E.
'Wilmette: Student Council Rep.
lg Study Hall Sup. 4g Hall Guard
3,43 Traflic Squad 3,4, Head 43
Fresh. Helper 43 Usher Corps 43
Swimming 2-4, Letter 2,33 IM Soccer
Champs 2,33 Tennis Champs 23
Swimming Champs 13 Feb. Grad.:
'Wilmette: Honor Group 1: Stu-
dent Council Hollister Com. 43
Girls' Club Publ. Com. 43 Dramatic
Club 3,43 Make-up Crew 2-43 News
Copy Desk Staff 2,33 Head 33 Ass't
Editor 43 G.A.A. Rep. 43 Hockey
2,43 Class Mgr. Rec. Games 33
300-pt. 23 600-pt. 43 Latin Club 13
Spanish Club 23 Career Club 3,43
Krt League 4.
Ware, James E.
0 "Jim," Wilmette: Basketball 43
Clayton High School. Mo. l-33 Pur-
U i'Hilde," Winnetka: T.N.T. 43
Elect. Bd. 3g Honor Group 1-3:
Steering Com. 4g Student Council
Rep. 1,33 Pub. Com. 13 Social Com.
3g Study Hall Sup. 3,43 G.A.A. Sec.
23 Speedball Class Mgr. li Basket-
ball 13 Speedball 3: Career Club 33
French Club 3.
Warfield, Richard L.
0 g'Dick." Winnetka: T.N.T. 4:
Class Treas. 43 Steering Com. 4:
Tri-Ship Rep. 13 Usher Corps 3,43
Info Desk 4: Football 1.23 Track,
Letter 1-4: Co-Capt. 4.
W'arner, Mary Ellen
0 Winnetka: Honor Group 3,43
Steering Com. 43 Girls' Club Rep.
1: Friendly Com. 33 "Lagniappe"
3.43 Swing Club 13 Spanish Club 33
Career Club 3,4Q French Club 43
Warnes, Byron L.
9 6'By," Winnetka: Traflic Squad 3:
Hall Guard 3,43 Info Desk 43 Base-
ball 1-43 Football 1,23 Adv. Mgr.
Sports Club I-3: "Pinafore" 3:
'Kenilworth: Honor Group 2-4:
Baseball 2,33 Football 43 Career
Club 43 Towson High School, Md.
1: Feb. Grad.: Northwestern.
W'eber, Darliene L.
0 "Dar," Wilmette: German Club 23
Club 2,43 Solo Class 43
Career Club 4.
Weeks, Dorothy E.
'Wilmette: Art League l3 Oflim-
Staff 43 Lib. Ass't 4.
0 M.S.O. 2,33 Career Club 4.
Weise, Barbara June
9 "Bunny," Kenilworth: Actors'
Guild 23 Dramatic Club -1: "Dear
Octopus" 43 V.S.C.S. 43 Broadcast-
ing Club 1-4Q Musicale lg Latin
Club 1,22 Recital Group I3 Career
Club 3,43 German Club 3,43 North-
0 "Dick," Wilmette: Football 1-33
Trainer 43 JV Basketball 43 IM
Mgr. 43 Career Club 4.
'Wilmette: T.N.T. 43 Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 2-43 News
Reporter 23 Ass't Editor 33 Editor
4g Inklings Contbr. 33 Spanish Club
23 Paul ,lr. High School, Wish. 13
'Wilmette: News Staff 4: Feb.
' "lim," Wilmette: Door Guard 3:
"Lagniappe" 43 .IV Football 43
Trainer 1,23 Adv. Mgr. 33 Omcial
43 Actors' Guild 33 Dramatic Club
33 "Horizon Visible" 33 Science
Club 23 German Club 33 Rifle Club
33 Career Club 43 Sports Club 43
Wheeler, Rae M.
9 Glenview: Study Hall Sup. 43
Girls' Club Rep. 1.2.42 Charity Com.
9 Wilmette: Actors' Guild 23 Broad-
casting Club 23 News Reporter 43
Lib. Ass't 43 Swing Club I: Career
Club 43 Lake Forest College.
White, Alice Mary
0Winnetka: T.N.T. 4: Honor So-
ciety 43 Honor Group 1.3: Study
Hall Sup. 3g Girls' Club Rep. 23
Social Com. 13 Arr. Com. 33 "La-
gniappe" Props Crew 2,33 G.A.A.
Speedball 3,43 Official 2-4: Head 4:
Career Club 43 University of Colo-
White, Lynne L.
0 "Bud," Glencoe: Honor Group 23
War Stamp Rep. 43 Hall Guard 4:
Tennis Letter 3g Stage Crew I-43
Rifle Club 43 Stamp Club 13 Career
Club 43 Feb. Grad.: Dartmouth.
White, Mary Lou
9 Winnetka: T.N.T. 43 Honor Group
33 Student Council Rep. 43 Assem-
bly Com. 33 Publ. Com. 3.4: Dining
Hall Head 43 Study Hall Sup. 3:
Girls' Club Rep. 3: Friendly Com.
13 Social Com. 33 "Lagniappe" Bus.
Com. 43 Dramatic Club 2-43 "Love
Rides the Rails" 2g Actors' Guild
2,33 News Typing Stall' 3,43 Bad-
minton Club I: French Club 2-4:
Career Club 3.
White, Roger B.
0 "Rug," Glencoe: Honor Group 2:
Student Council Rep. 43 Study Hall
Sup. 3,43 Tri-Ship Student Aid Com.
43 Usher Corps 3,43 JV Basketball
3: Wrestling 4: IM Soccer Champs
1-43 Echoes Snap-Shots Editor 43
Camouflage Club 2g Rifle Club 13
Career Club 4g Feb. GT3d.Q Notre
White, Sally Ann
0 "Sal," Wilmette: Honor Group 2g
Girls' Club Fin. Com. 43 Jr. Music
Club lg Sr. Music Club 2-43 G.A.A.
2-43 Arr. Com. lg Class Tennis Mgr.
33 Head 43 Numerals 33 Chevron
43 300-pt. 43 Latin Club 1,21 Span-
2,33 Service Club 3,42
Vice-Pres. 33 Pres. 43 Stanford.
Wieland, Arlene Rose
0 "Speedy," Evanston: G.A.A. Rep.
2,33 Hockey 33 Basketball 33 300-
pt. 33 600-pt. 43 Career Club 3,43
Art League 43 Beloit.
0 "Rog," Winnetka: Honor Society
43 Cheerleader 4g Rifle Club ll
Phillip's Academy, Andover 2.3.
0 4'Marge," Wilmette: German Club
23 Career Club 3: Southern Semi-
Williams, Nancy Jane
0 4'Bill," Glenview: Honor Group 13
G.A.A. I-43 Rep. 13 Oflicial 23
Basketball 1,23 Class Mgr. 33 Base-
ball 1-33 Speedball 1,3,43 Head 43
Volleyball 1-43 Jr. Music Club 1-43
M.S.0. 4: Career Club 43 DePauw.
0 Wilmette: Honor Society 43 Honor
Group 1-33 "Lagniappe" 3,43 Radio
Club 1-43 P.A. Corps 2-42 Merchant
0 Wilmette: Honor Group 23 War
Stamp Rep. 4g Girls' Club Rep. 4:
Charity Com. 33 Social Com. 4:
"Lagniappe" 33 Actors' Guild 3,43
Dramatic Club 33 "Horizon Visible"
33 Props Crew 3.
Willmarth, Joan P.
9 "Jo," Glencoe: G.A.A. 1-43 Rep.
23 Class Hockey Mgr. 2g Head of
Hockey 3g Social Com. 43 Speedball
lg Volleyball 1-33 Baseball 1-3:
Hockey 2-43 Lacrosse 2,33 Basket-
ball 2,33 Latin Club li Career Club
Windes, Nancy E.
'Winnetka: Honor Society 43
Honor Group I-33 Girls' Club Rep.
23 Social Com. 2g News Typing
Staff 33 Bus. Mgr. 43 G.A.A. 143
Publ. Com. 2: Lacrosse 2,3, Mgr. 3:
Baseball 23 Volleyball 3g Speedball
3,43 300-pt. 2g 600-Dt. 3g 800-pt. 43
Career Club 33 Carleton.
Windle, Mary K.
0 Northfield: Evanston High School
Wire, Lydia C.
9 Winnetka: "Gondoliers" 43 Jr.
Nlusic Club 1.2.
0 "Ted," Glencoe: Football 2-43
Wrestling 43 Lib. Monitor 3.
"'Witte," Wilmette: Girls' Club
Rep. 43 News Art Staff 33 Art
Wittenberg, Robert B., Jr.
9 "B.l3.," Winnetka: Nautical Club
13 Career Club 43 Northwestern.
0 Winnetka: IM Class Tennis
Champ 13 Volleyball Champs I: St.
,lohn's Academy, Wis. 2.3.
Wolsey, Mary Louise
9Winnetka: "Pinafore" 33 G.A.A.
1-43 Swimming Pool Guard 23
Teleg. Swimming 2-43 Baseball 33
Class Swimming Mgr. 33 Head 43
Speedball 43 300-pt. 13 600-pt. 3g
800-pt. 43 Numerals lg Chevrons 13
Latin Club 13 Spanish Club 23
Career Club 33 Skidmore.
Wolf, Phil 0.
9 Glencoe: Tri-Ship Dinner Com. 23
Dance Com. 43 Football 1,2,4, Letter
23 Basketball 1,2,4, Letter 2g Base-
ball 2,43 IM Basketball Champs 43
Dramatic Club 23 "It Pays to Ad-
vertise" 23 "Letters to l.ueernf"' 2.
9 Winnetka: Study Hall Sup. 4.
9 Winnetka: Honor Group 1-43 Ca-
reer Club 3,43 Art League 3.43
Workman, John Sparks
'6'Sparks," Wilmette: Radio Club
'Winnetkaz Honor Group 132,43
Football lg Spanish Club 2: Rifle
Club 43 Feb. Grad.: Michigan.
0 Glencoe: "Lagniappe" 43 Girls'
Club Rep. 4g G.A.A. Publ. Com. 23
Page Girl 3g Latin Club 13 Spanish
Club 33 Career Club 3,43 Office
Staff 3: Lawrence.
0 "Bud," Glencoe: Trafiic Squad
3,43 Hall Guard 43 Usher Corps 43
,IV Football 43 Dramatic Club 33
"Horizon Visible" 33 Debate 1,2,4:
Career Club 43 Feb. Grad.: Harvard.
Yoder, Jean H.
0 Wilmette: Swing Club lg Can-er
Yowell, George Kent
'Glencoez T.N.T. 43 Elect Bd. 33
Honor Society 4g Honor Group 1-3:
Student Council Rep. 2,43 Treas. 33
Fin. Com. 3,43 Publ. Corn. 43 Study
Hall Sup. 3,43 Treas. Ill. Assoc.
Student Councils 43 "Lagniappe"
1-43 Prod. Com. 33 Co-Director 4:
Usher Corps 3,43 Scrap Drive Head
43 Swimming 1,2Q Dramatic Club
3,4Q "Horizon Visible" 33 "T0varich"
3g Actors' Guild 13 News Circ. Staff
3,43 Broadcasting Club 23 University
Zeutschel, Clara Jean
0 "Clare," Wilmette.
Ziegler, Nancy E.
0 Winnetka: Girls' Club Social
Com. 33 G.A.A. 33 French Club 2.33
Career Club 3,43 Art League 4:
Zipprich, James C.
0 "Lippo," Wilmette: Honor Group
43 Lake Forest College.
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Chess Club ..........
Choir ................. . .
Commerce Department .... ..
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Door Guards .........
Dramatic Department . . . , .
Dramatic Club .....
Casts . . .
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English Department . . .
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Foreign Language Department
Forensic Board . . ........ . . . . . .
French Club ........... . .
Freshman Honor Group
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Gavel Club .....
Geography Club . . .
German Club ........
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Girls' Service Club .....
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Home Economics Department . .. 17
Honor Roll ............
Honor Society .........
Industrial Art Department
Information Desk ......
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Junior Music Club
Latin Club .....
Lens Club ........
Library Assistants ..
Library Department . . .
Library Monitors . ..
Light Crew . ..
Make-up Crew .........
Mathematics Department .
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Music Department . . . .
Music Integration . . .
New Trier News Editors .
N.T.S. of M.R.E.
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Opera Groups ..
Oratorical Group . .
Orchestra . . . .
P.A. Corps .
Radio Club .....
Rifle Club ......
Science Club .......
Science Department . . .
Senior Music Club ....
Snap-Shot Section , ........ ..
Social Studies Department ......
Sophomore Honor Group .......
Adviser Groups ......
Stage Crew .....
Stamp Club ............. . .
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Officers ...... ....
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1 Frosh-Soph 1 ....
Boys' Guard ....
Tennis Team .
T.N.T. Members . . .
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Usher Corps ......
Verse Speaking Choir
Visual Education StaH ....
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