New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1946
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MR. GAFFN EY
Q Mallhew P. Gaffney, our principal for
Ihe pasl Iilleen years, has worlced unlir-
ingly Io improve New Trier's already ex-
cellenr facully, school Iacililies, curriculum,
and special evenlrs, such as assemblies lea-
Iuring prominenl spealcers.
Mr. Gaffney has been aided by Mr.
W. I.. Brown, Business Manager and Assis-
Ianl Superinlendenl: Mr. H. H. Herron,
Regislrar and Office Supervisor: Mr. F. A.
Kahler, Dean of Boys: Miss Helen H. Ma-
loney, Dean of Girls: and Mr. R. F. L.
Bieserneier, Superinlendenl ol Buildings
Acling as a linlc belween Ihe school and
+he villages, The Board of Educalion also
works lor improvemenls in all phases of
New Trier's organizalion. The presidenl of
Ihe board is Harold H. Anderson, Kenil-
worlh: The board members are Chrislian E.
Jarchow and Paul W. Culler, Wilmelle:
Berl M. Kohler, Glencoe: and Ralph G.
ANDERSON CUTLER HINNERS JARCHOW KOHLER
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KAHLER MALONEY BROWN HERRON BIESEMEIER
O The eighl' adviser chairmen-Miss Maloney and Mr.
Kahler, seniorg Miss Hamilion and Mr. Vernon, iuniorp Miss
Hursi and Mr. Grinnell, sophomore: and Miss Shaw and
Mr. Ream, freshman-have charge of all class affairs, such
as The eleciion of class officers, Ihe Senior Hop, Junior
Prom, and Sophomore Parly, as well as heading Jrhe adviser
room work Ihroughoui Ihe year.
ana! .ibeparfmenf ,Mudd
O The deparlmeni heads Ihis year have done an excellenl
iolo Ieaching classes in adcliiion +o Iheir principal and very
irnporlrani iolo of direciing Ihe aciivilies, supervising. plan-
ning Jrhe courses, and seleciing Ihe Iexlboolcs 'lor Illejr re-
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KAHLER MALONEY VERNON HAMILTON GRINNELL HURST REAM SHAW
Ari Commerce English Languages HeaI'Ih Home Economics IncIus'rriaI Aris
MURPHY JOHNSON HUTCHENS SMALL SCHOENEN- LIGHTER BIESEMEIER
Library Mafhemaiics Music
LIBBEY SNYDER COTTON
Physical Educafion Science Social Sfudies
IGirIsI IBoysI WINDOES ULLRICK
ENGLISH - DRAMA
Mr. L. A. I'IuTchens
Mr. R. H. CarpenTer
Mrs. M. A. Cook
Miss M. D. Deames
Mr. F. P. DeLay
Miss L. W. Durgin
Miss L. G. Hamilfon
Mr. E. W. Kahler
Mr. N. S. Lehman
Mr. L. Lighfner
Mr. C. E. MacLean
Miss E. PaHerson
Mr. R. S. Peferson
Mr. H. C. Pifer
Mrs. K. C. Smifh
Mr. G. VanKirk
Miss M. E. VIas+o
Miss H. Walkup
Miss E. WI'1iTe
Miss R. Whiffield
Miss W. E. Wilson
Miss L. E. Wrighf
Miss E. Sfanwood
Mrs. E. A. Cavanaugh
Miss W. N. Gahagan
Mrs. A. H. Thurman
I Headed by Mr. I'IuTchens, The English DeparTrnenT has been
proTiTabIy augmenTed This year by a new Teacher, Miss Deames, and
a reTurned veTeran, Mr. DeLay. These Teachers and The resT oT The
capable English TaculTy have conTinued To give us a sound English
ToundaTion, including sTudies oT IiTeraTure, and oral and wriTTen
English. This year, insTead oT The regular TourTh year English course,
a IimiTed number oT seniors could eIecT The new "GreaT Books"
course. The Treshman, sophomore, junior, and senior TesTs were
held, and The Junior Theme occupied many a worried iunior's mind.
In conclusion, may we Thank The DeparTmenT Tor a Tine year.
The DramaTic Division, direcTed by Miss STanwood, oTFers Dra-
maTics, Public Speaking, Voice and DicTion, Choric Verse Speaking,
and The Junior and Senior Verse Speaking Choirs To The would-be
acTor. Two innovaTions in The curriculum This year were The Tall
Talkers, a dramaTic group Tor Treshman boys, and The Junior Verse
Speaking Choir. Miss Gahagan is a new member oT The sTaTT.
HUTCHEN CARPENTER COOK DEAMES DE LAY DURGIN HAMILTON LEHMAN
LIGHTNER MacLEAN I PETERSON PIPER K. SMITH i VAN KIRK VLASTO I WALKUP
WHITE WHITFIELD Y WILSON RIG T STANWOOD CAVANAUGH GAHAGAN I THURMAN
SNYDER ASCHENBACH CATON EVANS FUNKHOUSER GALLIE - GRATER HARPER
HOSKINS JONES SLEIGHT D. SMITH SWAIN ' UDE C. O. WATERS
C The MaThemaTics DeparTmenT, under The able leadership oT Mr.
Snyder, has mainTained The high sTandards ThaT iT has seT in previous
years. Everyone who has had any conTacT wiTh The deparTmenT
knows whaT excellenT work iT has done This year. The sTaTT members
have rendered New Trier a greaT service, noT only by excelling in
The Teaching OT Their courses, buT also by parTicipaTing in orher
school acTiviTies such as sponsoring clubs, coaching Teams, and
The maTh courses oTTered This year were The same as usual. They
are General MaTh, Algebra, GeomeTry, lnTermediaTe Algebra, and
The more advanced courses oT TrigonomeTry, Solid GeomeTry, Slide
Rule, and College Algebra. All These courses build up a subsTanTial
background Tor TurTher maThemaTics aT college or in oTher Tields.
We are sorry To announce ThaT one oT our besT maTh Teachers,
Mrs. Beach, Tormerly Miss DoroThy Walker, is no longer wiTh The
deparTmenT. She and her husband have moved To Ames, Iowa. Mr.
Simonds and Mrs. Brooks are also no longer wiTh us. They are now
Teaching in The social science Tield. We appreciaTe The help They
gave us in The emergency, and we are sorry To lose Them. The de-
parTmenT has added one new member To iTs sTaTT This year. She is
Miss Kelso Trom Glencoe CenTral School.
A new MaThemaTics Club was Tormed during The year. The Tac-
ulTy sponsor is Miss SleighT.
Mr. W. A. Snyder
Mr. W. J. Aschenbach
Mr. H. D. Cafon
Miss E. M. Evans
Mr. D. K. Funkhouser
Mrs. M. M. Gailie
Mr. C. O. GraTer
Mr. R. A. Harper
Mr. L. P. Hoskins
Mr. C. Jones
Miss N. Sleighf
Mr. D. F. Smiih
Mr. H. G. Swain
Mr. N. E. Ude
Mr. C. O. WaTers
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Miss L. F. Ullriclr
Mr. M. T. Coburn
Miss M. CriTche'H
Mr. F. D. Frisbie
Mr. J. W. Gannaway
Mr. L. E. Henderson
Miss A. E. HursT
Mr. J. M. Nay
Mr. B. W. Shearer
Mr. R. Simonds
Mrs. L. WaTers
Mr. R. Wehr
Miss F. A. Weiler
SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
I The Social STudies DeparTmeriT, headed by Miss Ullriclc, offers a
wide and varied curriculum. Among The many courses open To sTu-
denTs are AncienT HisTory, Civics, Economics, LaTin American His-
Tory, Modern HisTory, Sociology, and UniTed STaTes HisTory. These
courses aTTord an excellenT opporTuniTy Tor all sTudenTs To gain a
beTTer knowledge oT The world, Trom iTs very beginnings up To The
presenT Time. ln order To give The sTudenTs more compleTe informa-
Tion in The hisTory oT arT and music. many oT The hisTory courses in-
clude Music and ArT lnTegraTion, TaughT by lvlrs. Kidd and Mr.
Holland, respecTively. The museum, mainTained by The hisTory de-
parTmenT, conTains many inTeresTing and worThwhile collecTions de-
signed To give The sTudenTs a chance To TurTher Their undersTanding
by acTual observance. The Simpson Award discussions oT currenT
viTal problems and quesTions have also been an imporTanT parT oT
This year's worlc.
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wmooes I CLADER ci-IRISTENSEN CONDON EDWARDS ' HOYT
REYNOLDS J. R. SMITH STEWART VAN DEURSEN VERNON
MURPHY CASELLA HOLLAND KLEIN
O The Science DeparTmenT, under The
oTTers courses To sTudenTs in each oT Their
General Science, English-Science, and Physiology are oTTered Tor
TirsT year sTudenTs. Radio and Biology are oTTered To sophomores,
and Advanced Radio and ChernisTry To juniors. Seniors may Take
eiTher Physics or ChemisTry. Biology is TaughT aT Three diTferenT
levels, and ChemisTry and Physics aT Two levels. Senior boys who
have a good background in MaThemaTics and Physics may eIecT
O The ArT DeparTmenT, headed by Miss Murphy, oTTers Applied
ArT courses To sTudenTs oT each oT The Tour years. Minor courses
are ArT AppreciaTion and Design Workshop. The courses are ouT-
lined so ThaT They will provide a good ToundaTion Tor more ad-
vanced arT sTudy, and be helpful as a means oT general culTure.
Three new classes oT Design Workshop have been added This year
To The deparTmenT. Mr. Fearheiley is The insTrucTor, and has in-
cluded wood work and meTaI, in addiTion To The weaving and plasTic
work TeaTured in Miss KIein's workshop class.
O Mr. Schumacher assisTs The dean by Taking charge OT checking
The cars in The parking loT, helping To keep The lunch hall in order,
and assisTing in giving special TesTs To sTudenTs. I'Ie is also The
sponsor oT The Chess Club.
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C. W. Clader
. G. Chrisfensen
. D. Edwards
R. S. Ream
Mrs. A. S. STewarT
Mr. A. VanDeursen
Mr. S. S. Vernon
Miss C. M. Murphy
Miss G. Casella
Mr. F. A. Holland
Miss V. P. Klein
Mrs. G. OTis
Mr. J. C. Schumacher
Dr. C. R. Small
Miss L. Brady
Miss F. A. Bredin
Miss E. L. Breidenbach
Mrs. J. L. Collins
Miss V. B. Denham
Mrs. H. D. Eisler
Miss F. FlenTye
Mr. E. W. Kahler
Mr. R. W. McDowell
Miss G. L. Moeller
Mrs. M. L. Morris
Miss M. MudgeTT
Mrs. F. Mundell
Miss E. PaTTerson
Miss M. H. Paul
Mr. J. G. PrendergasT
Miss E. M. Shaw
FOREIGN LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
C This year, as usual, The Foreign Language DeparTmenT, direcTed
by Dr. Small, oTTers courses in French, Spanish, German, and LaTin,
This year, Tor The TirsT Time, a course in French has been oTTered To
Treshmeng Thus sTudenTs will now be able To compleTe Tour years OT
French, insTead OT The usual Three.
Many OT The Toreign language classes parTicipaTe in The music
inTegraTion program. AbouT Twice a monTh They meeT wiTh Mrs.
Kidd, who Tells Them someThing abouT The songs and musical insTru-
menTs OT The counTries whose language They are sTudying. The sTu-
denTs Themselves sing songs in The diTTerenT Toreign languages.
The deparTmenT suTTered a loss when Mrs. Coclcrell reTirecl so ThaT
she mighT ioin her husband. Miss MuclgeTT and Miss FaTTerson were
added To The sTaTT as Teachers OT Spanish and LaTin, respecTively.
JOHNSON FLEMINGTON GRINNELL HADDEN HENNINGSEN RAU REINHARDT THORNE
O The Commerce DeparTmenT, under The direcTion oT Mr. Johnson,
oTTers many courses To New Trier sTudenTs who are preparing Tor
careers in The business world. OT-Tice PracTice, which includes work-
ing in The RegisTrar's OTTice, and Typing, are Two courses ThaT were
parTicularly popular This year. The book sTore conTinues iTs policy
oT carrying a compleTe sTock oT all books and supplies needed by
The sTudenTs Tor academic work, and selling These aT cuT prices.
ProTiTs are Turned over To The STudenT AcTiviTies Fund To help keep
The price oT acTiviTies TickeTs down. STudenT clerks and The mana-
ger's secreTary deserve much crediT Tor The smooTh operaTion oT
New Trier will deeply Teel The loss oT Mr. David E. Johnson,
head oT our Commerce DeparTmenT Tor The pasT 34 years. Mr.
Johnson conTribuTed a greaT deal To The school, including
esTablishing and managing The book sTore. He also served as
promoTer oi The CounTy Teachers' AssociaTion, and was recog-
nized Tor his work in The STaTe Commerce DeparTmenT. Mr.
Johnson was well-known and respecTed by all New Trier sTu-
denTs and TaculTy members.
O The purpose oT The Music DeparTmenT is To oTTer various Types
oT musical acTiviTies To sTudenTs who are TalenTed or inTeresTed in
music. Under The capable direcTion oT Mrs. CoTTon, The deparT-
menT has successTully compleTed many proiecTs This year. The an-
nual GilberT and Sullivan opereTTa, which This year was The "PiraTes
oT Penzance", and The ChrisTmas and Spring ConcerTs were pre-
senTed. All The music groups conTinued To be very popular among
The sTudenTs. The whole deparTmenT has kepT up iTs high sTandard
in compleTing anoTher year' oT musical enTerTainmenT.
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Mr. D. E. Johnson
Miss A. Flemingfon
Mr. H. L. Grinnell
Miss E. M. Hadden
Miss H. C. Henningsen
Mr. J. W. Rau
Miss H. ReinhardT
Miss E. E. Thorne
Mrs. M. CoTTon
Miss F. J. Anderson
Mrs. A. J. Bradburn
Mrs. A. Lavery
Mr. S. A. Mages
Mrs. A. Ream
Mr. R. L. F. Biesemeier
Mr. H. B. Aram
Mr. R. Fearheiley
. G. H. Flaningam
. B. H. Landwer
Mr. W. H. Nickels
Mrs. K. W. Schoenenberger
Head of Depar+men+
Mrs. Lois M. Hendrick
Mrs. J. W. Lighier
Mrs. E. Bond
Mrs. H. H. Borhek
Mrs. A. F. Hail
Mrs. M. LaMe+re
Miss E. R. Libbey
Miss I. M. Hansen
Mrs. E. M. Flood
O Among Jrhe courses offered by Ihe Induslrial Arls Deparimenl,
headed by Mr. Biesemeier, are Wood Shop, which emphasizes bench
work and wood Iurning: Aulo Shop, in which Ihe paris and Ihe
Jrheory ol: The aulomobile are srudied: Machine Shop, which enables
sludenls Io make paris and gears Tor machines: and Mechanical
O Mrs. Schoenenberger and Mrs. Hendrick, Ihe nurses, check Ihe
sludenls relurning Io school afler an illness, and care for sludenls
during school hours in case of an accidenl or illness. Also, +his de-
parlmenl Teaches Physiology Io Ihe 'Freshman girls, and Home Nurs-
ing Io prospeclive Service Club girls.
O The Home Economics Deparlmenl, direcled by Mrs. Lighier,
offers courses in Consumer Educalion, Inferior Decoralion, Foods,
and Clolhing. These courses lay a foundalion for Turlher work in
Ihis field, or for Jrhe managemenl of a home. '
O Twice a year, a Iisl of new books purchased by The Library is
prepared by Miss Libbey, head of Jrhe Library Deparlmenl, and dis-
Iribuled To all adviser rooms. The I4,5OO books in Ihe library en-
able sludenls Io read exlensively according Io Iheir inleresls. The
reserve book syslem is especially helpful Io sludenls in doing as-
signed work in Iheir courses.
BIESEMEIER ARAM FEARHEILEY FLANINGAM LANDWER NICKELS SCHOENEN- HENDRI
LIGHTER BOND . BORHEK HALL LA METRE LIBBEY HANSEN FLOOD
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GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
O The primary aim oT The Girls' Physical EducaTion DeparTmenT is
To make acTiviTy a parT oT every girI's'daiIy paTTern oT Iiving. The
cIeparTmenT, under The abIe guidance oT Miss BouITon, weIcomed
Miss AusTin, Miss CasTner, and Miss I'IencIerIiTe This year To assisT in
carrying ouT iTs program. Miss Healy reTurned To The sTaTT second
semesTer, aTTer a Three year absence.
O Adding inTeresT To many Ianguage, hisTory, and English classes
is The Music InTegraTion DeparTmenT. The Tine coIIecTion oT ancienT
insTrumenTs is exhiIoiTed, and sTudenTs sing songs OT o+her Iands and
Times. Mrs. Kidd has her own speciai Toreign Ianguage song Ioooks,
compiled Through much research. She and her new assisTanT, Miss
I-Iaser, Teach These various inTegraTed courses.
O In spiTe oT The war and shorTages, Miss Robson has done an ex-
ceIIen+ job of managing The caTeTeria and serving The sTudenTs
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
O The Boys' Physical EducaTion DeparTmenT, capably direcTed by
Duke Childs, aims To develop eTTicienT bodies. "SouTh gym", The
commando course, apparaTus work, TumbIing, wresTIing, boxing, TooT-
baII, baskeTbaII, basebaII, Track, and swimming all accomplish This
purpose, and have done a good job in condiTioning The Iooys Tor The
rigorous Training programs oT The armed Torces.
Miss I. BouITon
Mrs. E. M. ABBOTT
Miss M. Ausfin
Miss L. Casfner
Miss M. E. GiIberT
Miss M. E. Healy
Miss M. HenderIiTe
Miss B. J. King
Miss B. Veach
Mrs. M. H. Kidd
Miss E. Robson
Mr. W. L. Childs
Mr. W. O. AIsTrom
Mr. M. D. Clausen
Mr. T. CramIeT
Mr. P. A. Franfzen
Mr. E. B. Jackson
Mr. C. F. Lauer
Mr. D. Showley
BOULTON ABBOTT AUSTIN CASTNER
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STUDENT OFFICE STAFF
Row I: Casad. Doherfy, Wehrheim, Triebold, Linicll, Reich, Leipold, Daeschner, Phelps
Row 2: Warden, Spinlc, Spielmann, Bergdorf, FerreHi, Browne, Mccarfhy, Johannesen,
Row 3: Morrill, Miller, Shaw, Lind, Scribner, Podolslry, Baumgardner, Gardiner, Slewari'
C The oiciice siaii consisls of ihirieen members who are responsible
for siudenl records, credii lranscripls, program changes, ailendance,
ihe school calendar, scheduling of school iacililies, mimeographing,
secrelarial work, and many olher Jrasks. This eiciicienl slari is under
'rhe direciion of Mr. I-Ierron, Regisirar.
The sludeni girls' oI'lice siaii is made up of iunior and senior girls,
assigned lo eilher ihe Regisirans ollice or Jrhe ironl office ai Ieasl
one period a day. These volunieers assisl The regular slalii in ihe
performance oi many imporiani services. The sludeni assisianls
noi only receive excelleni Training, bul also perform a valuable
service +o ihe school as a whole.
Q The gym assislanis have done a iine iob ihis year ialcing care oi
Jrhe locker rooms, issuing sporls eguipmeni, and giving Iirsl aid in
case oi an iniury.
C Service Club is made up oT abouT sevenTy-Tive iunior and senior
girls, recommended by Their advisers, who are inTeresTed in helping
in The nurse's oTTice. ATTer Taking The Red Cross I-lome Nursing
course, The girls are assigned To The nurse's oTTice Two or Three peri-
ods a week, where They assisT Mrs. Schoenenberger and Mrs. Hen-
driclc in caring Tor The sTudenTs who come in. The girls also give
exTra Time in helping wiTh T.B. TesTs and physical exams.
Q The Library AssisTanTs are a group of sTudenTs who volunTarily
spend an average of one period a day in The library, working in The
reserve and magazine secTions, and doing various oTher iobs neces-
sary Tor The smooTh running of The library.
C The Visual EducaTion assisTanTs, under The direcTion oT Mr. Don-
ald SmiTh, give a greaT deal oT Their Time and perTorm an imporTanT
service by showing The IOOO diTTerenT educaTional Tilms which classes
see ThroughouT The year in connecTion wiTh school courses.
Og vary Midliczlfzlfd
Row I: Mrs. Schoenenberger, Wroe, Jenness, Porler, Dyer, Main, Broclsell, Mink, Sinclair, Bahr, BallanTyne, Bohne, Cahn, Johansson, Triebolcl,
B. Lind, Mrs. Hendrick
Row 2: Duvall, Reich, Casad, Mercer, Gefman, Prasse, Millhouse, McCarThy, Selclc, G. Lind, Knapp, Schawe, Wells, Halper, Paley, Molner,
Row 3: Lindberg, Cory, Smifh, Belding, Boofhe, Teglmeyer, Parsons, Peferson, Sawle, Edgerfon, Barnes, HaclreTT, Burgoyne, Wilson, Holmes,
Flanagan, Gridley, Prendergasf
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Row I: Greller, Pofler, Nelimann, LeggiH, Marlens, Lindsey, Bosch, Swanson, Johansson Row I: NuTini, Samuelson, Smith, Keller, DoTTer, Russell
Row 2: Ferris, Sfewarl, Rye, AcTon, Miles, Clausen, Roberson, HawThorne, Birks, Sfowe Row 2: TebbeTTs, Humphrey, Behan, Schinleber, Sibley
Row 3: Newhall, Schopen, Powers, Sibley, Munch, Newcomb, HarTneTT, Haag, Boyden Row 3: Simpson, Eisenberg, Morgansrern, Rux, Carey, Kallvan
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C During The I945-I946 school year, STudenT Council, under The
able leadership oT Mel Carney, presidenT7 Bill WhiTehead, vice-
presidenT: BeTsy l-lollingbery, secreTaryg and Dick CrawTord, Treas-
urer, has carried ouT iTs aim oT giving New Trier sTudenTs represenTa-
Tion in The governmenT oT The school. The 'organizaTion has soughT
To solve many oT The maior problems oT The school, presenTed To
Them by The sTudenT body. Council has Tried To inTroduce some new
courses Tor The school program, and has solved many OT The diTTi-
culTies ThaT presenTed Themselves in regard To The lunch hall, sTudy
halls, school rules, and The general conducT oT The sTudenT body.
Much oT Council's work is done by The various board members
and Their commiTTees. The Assembly DeparTmenT, headed by Bill
VAN DEURSEN HADDEN WEHR
Whilehead, sponsors all Council assemblies and has charge ol Hue sludenl-lacululy lorumsy Hue I-lonor Deparl-
menl, under Hue direclion ol Frannie Guulluridge, has charge ol Hue luonor syslem, and sponsors honor syslem
discussions, Marilyn Frazier and Roger Drew, Co-heads ol Hue Lunch Hall Deparlmenl, direcl Hue organizalion
ol adviser room managers who help lo keep Hue lunch hall clean: Mimi l-Iawkins' Publicily Deparlmenl keeps
busy making posulers, wriuing arlicles for Hue New Trier News and Hue I-lollisler papers, and publicizing all ol
Councils acliviliesg Hue Service Deparlmenl, headed by Ed Slackluouse, sponsors building and grounds cam-
Row I: Adams, Dempsey, Dearborn, Macdonald, Belnap, Chase, Bushman, Hollingbery, Gordon
Row 2: Nielsen, Redding, McMar+in, Clingman, K. Schmidi, R. Schmidl, Morrill, Hurley, Benson, Leonard
Row 3: While, Rifiersporn, Moore, Davis, Roberls, Mahan, Sfeele, Hillis, Chalmers, Ellis, Jenness
Row I: Bushman, Jones, Dearborn, Adams, Dempsey, Tinsley, Chase, Belnap, Macdonald, Hammerman, Gordon, Greller
Row 2: Shinniclr, Goodsmifh, McMar'rin, Wilson, Middlelon, Ward, Hackeff, Bufler, Lind, Sclumidl, Morrill, Dallas, Weiner
Row 3: Ball, Nielsen, Jannoffa, Schifflin. While, Johnson, Roberls, Benner, Mahan, Green, Mayer, Leonard, Redding
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paigns, has charge oT The gym jams in cooperaTion wiTh The Social
DeparTmenT, and This year presenTed The hobby showy The War De-
parTmenT, direcTed by Joan Lindberg and Don Wagener, has charge
oT The sale oT War STamps and The bond drive: The STudy l-lall De-
parTmenT, under The direcTion oT Bob Clarke, Takes charge oT The
honor sTudy halls and Their supervisors: The Social DeparTmenT,
headed by Barbara Burns, plans gym iams along wiTh The Service
DeparTmenT, presenTs Treshman club day every year To acguainT The
Treshmen wiTh New Trier's many clubs, and has charge oT The clubs,
which were all recharTered This year: and The SaTeTy DeparTmenT,
new To The Council board This year, direcTed by Phil Nielson, has
IST SEMESTER STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS
Collins, Nuveen, Wafkins, Koch, Hilfon, Drew, Johannesen, Gallaway, Hallsfeen, Merriam, Lund, Saunders,
Knapp, Murray, Paidar, Tripplehorn, Bohne, Williams, Davis, TegTmeyer, Mercer
Dickson, Bray, Cory, Sfade, Mayer, Nielsen, Jones, McConnell, Anderson, Jacky, Tufeur, Ross, HunT, Marsh,
Amici, Ferris, Barnfhouse, Meyer, Ward
Campbell, Roberfson, RiTTersporn, Hosbein, Garrison, Merkle, Breen, Lauer, Jacobi, Carney, McDonald, Bauer,
Lindsay, GraTer, Mayer, Jeangerard, Meyers, Crawford, Herbon
2ND SEMESTER STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS
Flanagan, George, Burns, Cory, Williams, Dickson, Lipe, Robinson, Funkhouser, WaTkins, Merriam, Drucker,
Brown, Schumacher, Gallaway, Hirsch, Miller, Weil, Saunders, Buisf, Loewe, Osfergaard, Schurmeier, Rice, OTis
Spaulding, Tufeur, RoberTson, Thornfon, Boudreaux, Barneff, Riffersporn, Thiessen, Ward, Collins, Davidson,
JannoTTa, Jacky, Tucker, Hunf, Chrisfoph, SchulTheis, Schnell, STade
Harf, Rennacker, Hinrichs, Campbell, Eckhart Carney, Law, Uhl, Taylor, Cloud, Green, Mills, Clark, McKee,
Bauer, Weldon, Johnson, PenberThy, Black, Haines
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LUNCH HALL MANAGERS
Row l: Warden, Nelson, Gardiner, Lind, Jamison, Engelhard, Slown, Ferraro, Greller, Poller, Chavlnin, Kalmes, Sergenl,
Nellis, Williams, Bushman
Row 2: Misanloni, Besl, Marfin, Monk, Cory, Ely, Lindeman, Davidson, Rye, Sepp, Mendelsohn, Bauman, Youngberg,
Rambeau, Marshall, Drew, Frazier, Ellis
Row 3: HoFFman, Anderson, Ludgin, Bray, Lulzeman, Badger, Liepold, Green, Jeangerard, Jorgenson, Uhl, Hal fwfr" 7 ,25 '
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charge of The safely poslers in lhe classrooms, and safely assemblies,
and is planning a drivers' Training course.
Supplemenling 'rhe board are lhe represenlalivesz Dorolhy Belnap,
Nancy Chase, Peggy Gordon, Marion Macdonald, Scoll l-lillis, .lim
Roberls, Diclc Rilfersporn, and Parlc Taylor-seniors: Susan Hurley,
Nancy McMar+in, Ada Morrill, Rosina Schrnidl, Ken Chalmers, Phil
Nielson, John Mahan, and Ted Sleele-juniors: lla Adams, Kennnar
Bushman, Marlha Dearborn, Carol Dempsey, Aldy Davis, Diclc Leon-
ard, Bill Redding, and Bob While-sophomores: Shirley Bauman,
Elhel Clingman, Ann l-lollingbery, Kalrina Schnnidi, Milce Benson,
Bill Ellis, AI Jenness, and Bob Moore-freshmen.
Sealed: Carlin lEvans+onl, Leffel lEvansfonl, Bray lNew Trierl, Tinsley lNew Trierl
Sfanding: Calhoun lEvans+onl, Beaven lNew Trierl, Mehlig lEvanslonl, Drew lNew
Trierl, Marquardl lEvans+onl, Biggs lEvanslonl, Carney lNew Trierl, Clark
Evansfonl, Edwards lNew Trierl, Slowers lNew Trierl
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Clubroom Public Relafions
lnTerscholas'fic Dance Chairman
MARTIN Head Usher
Head Cheerleader MEYERS
JACKY Dinner Chairman
Co-Director Freshman Class
O This year The Tri-Ship Club again lived up To iTs high sfandards
by working hard To insTiil ciTizenship, sporTsmanship, and fellowship
in all The boys of New Trier.
A very successful efforT was made To acquainf The freshman boys
wiTh The purpose and acTiviTies of The club. This was done in Two
ways. FirsT, The Public RelaTions commiTTee ediTed an excellenT book-
leT wiTh boTh picTures of The commiTTees and explanaTions of Their
TuncTionsg This was given To every freshman boy and new sTudenT.
Second, The freshman adviser rooms were given a chance To meeT in
The Tri-Ship Club Room, where board members Talked To Them and
gave Them a chance To ask quesTions abouT The organizafion.
The five ever-popular Tri-Ship dances were aTTended by a greaT
many sTudenTs. The dances were ouTsTanding This year because
beTTer bands were obTained and They were well publicized.
ln cooperaTion wiTh The Dads' Club, The annual Tall FooTball Ban-
queT was quiTe a success, having Three very prominenT speakers-
Leo Fischer, Jay Berwanger, and Tug Wilson. In February, The bi-
annual FaTher and Son BanqueT, sp nsore by Tri-Ship, had an over-
ca aciT crowd of seven hundred To he i MaiorQJohn Craig, ace
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Row I: Byrum, Noonan, Barham, Bennefl, Tuclxer, Lyons, Brown, Kroeschell, Crofoof, Kadylr
Row 2: Harlray, Ramsey, Williams, Baldwin, Jenness, Pasinalo, Kilner, McConnell, Rich, Kranfz
Row 3: McDonald, Sleele, Hodgson, Donahue, Bauer, Kunzelman, Showers, Black, Harrison, Taylor,
cameraman of lhe Ninih AAF, spealc and show piclures ol lhe war
in Europe and Africa.
Belween semeslers lhe sludenl ialenl show, Lagniappe, was pre-
senled io lhree conseculive lull houses, proving lo be an unparalleled
success. This year, Lagniappe was unique in lhai il had no aclual
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ploi, buf a wide variefy of acls.
Anolher marlced improvemenl in our relalionships wilh olher
schools was borne our by lhe infer-school parly wilh Evanslon, and
clean-cul compelilive spiril shown in alhlelics. Neighboring leams
were enlerlained by Tri-Ship, and given a chance ailer games lo gel
acquainled wilh New Trier boys. l
A+ Ihe beginning of lhe year, lhe Tri-Ship Club Room was redec-
oraled, and lhe lurnilure rearranged. ll served ils purpose well,
because il was open lo seniors in honor sludy hall during 'rhe day.
and used by boys in all classes during lhe lunch periods.
Hanison, Leahy, Rilfersporn, Lewis, Sullivan, Rich, Vedovell, Barnefl, Ross, Fender, Mayer, Baldwin, Redding, Jannolla, Richmond,
Penberfhy, Hemphill, Porler, Hosbein, Woods, Wagener, Kilner, Ragland, Swanson, Weldon, Miller, Harfray, Green, Tuclter, While,
Hosbein, H. Green, R. Miller, Taylor, Hodgson, Sfeele, Kuhn, Cloud, Augur, Brown, Mayer, Peflibone, Rice, Lauer, Roberfs, MCG-anney
BoTh The school and commiTTee beneTiTed Trom The STudenT Em-
ploymenT. STudenTs wanTing work were noTiTied oT people who
wanTed boys Tor iobs such as shoveling snow and washing windows.
The Usher Corps again lived up To iTs high sTandards by ushering
aT plays and oTher TuncTions oT borh school and ouTside organizaTions.
The Class Chairmen were lcepT busy carrying baclc To The adviser
room represenTaTives parTiculars abouT coming evenTs such as din-
ners and dances, which The represenTaTives in Turn carried baclc To
Their adviser rooms. The Chairrnen's greaTesT responsibiliTy was Tc
disTribuTe Ticl4eTs Tor bangueTs To all The boys. This was carried ou'i
careTully by all The Chairmen.
The school was proud To be able To depend on Those service com-
miTTees: TraTTic Squad, l-lall Guards, lnTormaTion Deslc, Library Monie
Tors, and Cheer Leaders. These are commiTTees wiThouT which The
school could noT be run as eTTicienTly. Their praise is unsung, bur
They are deeply appreciaTed by all.
This year diTTered somewhaT Trom The Tour preceding years in ThaT
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Row I: Chase, Barber, BuTler, Jameson, Ward, AlTheimer, Burns, WaTkins, Crane, Dallas, Knapp, DalgeTy, Saunders,
Row 2: Brenchley, Whifehead, Mendenhall, Fender, Drechsler, Anderson, Herloclcer, Clarke, Ross, Elia, Fox, Arms, Phipps,
Kadylx, Hilliard, Sfade
Row 3: Zidelc, Ramsay, Black, Johnson, Mills, Galey, Roos, Crampton, Proud'fooT, B. Clarke, Green, Chalmers, Miller,
Lie pold, Showers, Loclrerbie
Row I: Mahan, Woods, Sfowers, Frey, GenTles, Miller, Roberlson, Rennaclxer, Green
Row 2: McConnell, Thornfon, Weldon, Johnson, Taylor, Crawford, Geniesse, JannoTTa, Blackburn
Row 3: Myers, Rice, Buclc, Proudfool, Brown, McKee, Merlrle, Galey, MarTin
iT was our TirsT year in high school wiThouT war. BuT sTill There re-
mained jobs ThaT had originaTed in The war ThaT had To be Tinished.
There were paper collecTions which The boys willingly worked on
Through The lasT scrap drive. ATTer December 7, l945, The Service
RegisTer commiTTee began an exTensive and Thorough invesTigaTion
To compile a compleTe lisT oT alumni who had been in The service.
This Took Time and diligence on The parT oT several boys, buT The
compleTed lisT will remain permanenTly in The halls oT New Trier. The
school had gone Through drive aTTer drive Tor Tood and cloThing, and
The sTudenTs were sTill responsive aT ChrisTmas Time, when ioinTly The
Girls' Club and Tri-Ship puT on Three drives aT once To collecT giTTs
Tor The Thousands oT hospiTalized soldiers, warm cloThing Tor Those
oT desTiTuTe Europe, and money To help sponsor a school in Belgium.
Each drive was a marlced success oT which The school can be proud.
Words cannoT express The appreciaTion and crediT due To Tri-
Ship's sponsors, Mr. Frisbie and Mr. Gannaway. The success oT The
organizaTion lies greaTly in Their inTeresT.
CHEERLEADERS LIBRARY MONITORS
Row I: Schneider, Sfaub, Jones, TrauTwein, H. MarTin Row I Swanson Ross Miller Kadylr LlTTle Weldon
Row 2: Melvoin, Wheeler, J. Marlin, Seaberg, Haase Row 2 Geniesse Merkle Rice McDonald Cravens McElroy
DOOR GUARDS INFORMATION DESK
Row I: H. Drury, N. Drury, Sufers Row I Uhl Ferris Rich Law FIeTcher McConnell
Row 2: Levy, Robson, Showers Row 2 Green Miller ProudfooT Karp Myers Jarchow
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C Under The able sponsorship oT lvliss WrighT and The leadership
OT iTs oTTicers-Virginia Beaven, presidenT: Suzanne Sherman, vice-
presidenTg PaT Cory, secreTaryg and lvlary Ann Schumacher, Treas-
urer-Girls' Club has cornpleTed anoTher successTul year. The TirsT
social evenT was The New Girls' Supper. Following closely were The
Freshman-Senior ParTy, which aTTorded The Treshrnan and senior,girls
an opporTuniTy To geT acquainTed, and The annual Friendly Dinner.
Second semesTer, The girls enTerTained Their moThers aT The lvloTher-
DaughTer BanqueT. These evenTs were made possible by The com-
bined eTTorTs oT The Friendly and Social commiTTees, headed by Mary
Thompson and EdiTh FursT, respecTively.
This year's magazine drive, under The direcTion oT Suzanne Sher-
man, surpassed all oThers: The money was placed parTly in a scholar-
ship Tund, and parTly in The Girls' Club FoundaTion Fund. A secre-
Tary was engaged To handle all subscripTions. Free ECHOES were
awarded To The Ten girls who sold The mosT magazines, and boxes oT
candy were given To The winning adviser rooms.
Julie Norris' Financial commiTTee sold sandwiches The TirsT Two
days oT school, buT The main underTalcing oT This commiTTee was The
sale oT hoT dogs aT all home TooTball games. This year Tor The TirsT
Time, Girls' Club also sold colces aT The basl4eTball games.
WiTh The end oT The war, Laurie Murray's ChariTy commiTTee had
many imporTanT TuncTions To TulTill, such as The Red Cross drive and
paclcing boxes aT ChrisTmas Time Tor wounded veTerans. The French
War RelieT drive was very successTul, and a large Truclcload oT warm
woolen cloThes was senT overseas To France.
Amy Davis and her ArrangemenTs commiTTee kepT up The Club
Room, which was used by many school organizaTions ThroughouT The
year. The EmploymenT commiTTee, headed by Ginny Vernon, was oT
invaluable assisTance To The Township in Turnishing more Than 200
baby siTTers, moThers' helpers, and girls Tor various oTher posiTions.
The PubliciTy commiTTee, direcTed by Gwain Williams, made banners
and posTers, and publicized all The acTiviTies oT Girls' Club.
Girls' Club success This year was made possible by The Tine leader-
ship oT The oTTicers as well as The cooperaTion OT all The girls.
GIRLS' CLUB REPRESENTATIVES
Row I: BarTon, Leafon, Taylor, Legner, Komafsulxa, Munns, McQuide, Mooney, N. Adler, S. Adler, Kaufmann, Manierre, Lord, Waflrins
Cederberg, McLaTchie, Weyl, WhiTal:er, Reich
Row 2: Bray, Holmes, FiTspaTrick, Marshall, Schladen, PoTTer, Merriam, Preslon, BeuTTas, Williamson, OTis, Johannesen, Rambeau, Paschen
Bauer, HaseI+ine, Snell, Lind, Taylor
Row 3: Lawson, Cooper, Weare, Tomei, Miller, Zeiss, Jorgenson, Hass, Donaldson, Walzeley, ScoTT, Whife, Holmes, Shaw, McCosh, Roinson
Lindberg, McAfee, Erwin
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GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEES
Row I: Compfon, Jamison, Robinson, Linde, Koch, HiI+on, LeaTon, Erilrsen, Lindell, Mercer, Cahn, Lund, Miller, MonTgomery, Mooney, Linicl:
HurIbuT, PenningTon, Hughes, Johansson, Jones, CulberTson, Keller, Cederberg, Frei, Weber, Moseley, Donaldson
Row 2: Cannon, Mason, Kennedy, Meacham, McCosh, Miller, Beuffas, Mendelsohn, Droegemueller, Alfheimer, Hoy, Brown, HarFF, Roeddiger
Wroe, Hinman, HalIsTeen, Leggiff, Selclr, Paiclar, Rofhermel, Munns, Henderson, Harkness, Queenan, McManus, Merriam, Barnes
Buegler, McKenzie, Billow, Turle, Bulley, Nichols, Weil
Row 3: Turner, Brown, Price, Spielmann, Goldreich, Liebman, Schladen, Boofhe, Nuveen, Branch, Collins, Price, Crane, Hypes, Wilson, Cross
Hoyd, Barnes, Scribner, Ofis, Belding, Theissen, Tomei, Lind, Presion, Norris, G. Fish, Broadhursi, Cooper, N. Fish, STephens, Williams
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SiH'ing: Nicholson, Tuclxer, Duvall,
C The ediiors of ihe I946 ECHOES have Jrried To produce a year-
book difierenf and beller Than Those of former years. Some of lhe
changes and improvemenfs in fhis year's boolc include: +he omission
of ihe senior aclivilies seclion, according io a voie Jralcen among +he
seniors: Jrhe seniors' full names, insiead of iusf Jrheir lasf names, under
lhe senior piclures: pre-war paper, heavier and slighily larger 'rhan
+ha+ used in Jrhe pasf lwo years: dirfereni Type prinling for +he head-
ings-The firsf change in four years: a brush mark +o lend color in-
sread of Jrhe usual colored prinling for headings: and Jrwo more
pages of snapsho+s.
This year's ECHOES was headed by Bob Tucker, Edifor-in-Chief:
and 'Four Associafe Ediiorsz Ann Duvall, Head of Wrife-ups: Ed
Siaclchouse, Head of Business: Brandl Nicholson, Head of Phoiog-
raphy and Snapshofs: and Jay Green, Head of Ari.
ECHOES PHOTOGRAPHY STAFF
Missing 'from picTure: BaxTer
ECHOES WRITE UP STAFF
Row I: Kenney, Chrisman, Duvall, Brown
ECHOES SNAPSHOT STAFF
Shade, Schifflin, Nicholson
Missing from picTure: BaxTer, Hosbein
ECHOES ART STAFF
ECHOES ASSISTANT EDITORS
Row 2: Middlefon, Donaldson, Wilson, BaIlanTyne, Halldorson Si++ing: Badger, LiTTle, Fischer, Loclcerbie
Missing from picfurez LeaThers, Branch, Lind, Hoy, MarTin Sfandingz McDonald, Williams
Missing from picfure: Thompson, EclrarT, Friedlancler
To Mr. WaTers and Mr. I-lolland, The TaculTy sponsors, go our ap-
preciaTion and Thanks Tor Their helpTul suggesTions and indispensable
Also deserving oT Thanlcs are Mr. Bernie oT Bernie STudio, Tor The
senior class, class oTTicers, and large group picTuresg The PonTiac En-
graving and EIecTroType Company Tor The engraving: The Shelby
CraTTco CorporaTion Tor The covers oT This year's ECI-IOES7 and The
Economy AdverTising Company oT Iowa CiTy, Iowa, Tor Taking over
The prinTing and doing a Tine job, when The sTrilce aT I-IollisTer's pre-
venTed Their prinTing The ECHOES This year.
We would also like To Thanlc The Music DeparTmenT Tor our use OT
room 29I, and The TaculTy Tor Their cooperaTion in excusing sTudenTs
Trom classes To have Their picTures Taken Tor The ECI-IOES.
We regreT ThaT because The deadline This year was March I in-
sTead oT April I, There were some picTures which we were noT able
To include in This year's boolc.
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N EWS SPONSOR
Q The "News", sponsored by Mr. CarpenTer, plays a very imporTanT parT
aT New Trier. NOT only does iT provide enTerTainmenT and arTiCles OT
currenT inTeresT, buT iT also gives publiciTy To all The school organizaTions.
The clubs, deparTmenTs, and sporTs programs all receive some sorT OT
recogniTion Trom The "News".
The ediTor oT This year's "News" was Jeanne Tinsley, who did a grand
iob, assisTed by The Tollowing sTaTT: fXssisTanT EdiTor, Ellen Ward: SporTs
EdiTor, Jud MarTin: fXssisTanT SporTs EdiTor, Tom Rigler: News EdiTor,
STan Taylor: AssisTanT News EdiTor, Bob Miller: FeaTure EdiTor, JaneT Wil-
liams: Copy Deslc EdiTor, Ann MiddleTon: AdverTising Manager, Sally
Warden: Business Manager, John McDonald: CirculaTion Manager, Joan
Moseley: and Typing l-lead, Barbara Moyer.
AlThough The "News" came ouT raTher irregularly during The TirsT semes-
Ter, due To The laclc OT money, IT wenT baclc To iTs weelcly schedule second
semesTer. Some oT The TavoriTe arTicles ThaT appeared in The paper were
'lln The SpoTlighT", "Adios . . .", "333", and "NoTes and CommenTs".
The whole sTaTT has done a splendid iob This year, and They deserve all The
crediT we can give Them.
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Moyer, Miller, Taylor
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NEWS CIRCULATION. ADVERTISING.
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Casad, Miller, Bond, Norris, Shin-
Beclcen, Wheeler, Segil
SPORTS AND FEATURE STAFFS
D. MiIIer, Robinson, Hinmen, Moi-
Rigler, Glass, Kahn, Friedlander,
REPORTERS, COPY DESK STAFFS
Ogden, Leichsenring, Kenyon, Pe-
asfer, Greller, Linick
Arnheim, Wroe, Goodsmifh, Burns
Salmen, Nahanberg, Paddock
YusI', Saiberg, Lamme, Nuveen,
Morrill, Bishop, Weiner
Row I: Mendelsohn, Broclxell, PeasTer,
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Q "lnlclings", The annual liTerary magazine OT New Trier, depends
upon each year's TalenT. This year, The sTaTT has Tried To bring To
The resT oT The school The besT essays, sTories, and poems ThaT have
been wriTTen ThroughouT The I945-I946 school year.
Encouraging and helping The sTaTT is The sponsor, Mr. PeTerson.
Several underclassmen are new To The sTaTT This year. They will be
able To direcT The "lnlclings" in a Tew years. Also deserving OT
crediT is The Ari' DeparTmenT, which provides The various illusTraTions.
The sTaTT works during The second semesTer. ATTer possible maTe-
rial has been collecTed, Through eiTher English Teachers or The sTu-
denTs Themselves, several sTaTT members read each composiTion and
by grading and voTing meThods, deTermine which should be pub-
lished. ComposiTions may be published in eiTher The original or
"lnlclings" has a TwoTold purpose: To give some sTudenTs an op-
porTuniTy To show Their liTerary abiliTy, and To give oThers experience
in publishing a magazine. The resulT provides a source oT enioymenT
loolced Torward To by all New Trier sTudenTs.
Q Since The German word Tor "lnklings" is "Schreiberei", ThaT is
whaT The annual magazine sponsored by The German Club is called.
This year The publicaTion celebraTed iTs TenTh anniversary wiTh one of
The besT issues ever prinTecl. All conTribuTions oT arT, prose, poeTry,
and puzzles were clone by The members oT The German classes.
Q A volunTeer commiTTee, TogeTher wiTh The oTFicers oT The French
Club, have again This year published The annual French magazine,
"Le Flambeauu. The pages oT This publicaTion are olevoTecl exclu-
sively To prose ancl poeTry wriTTen in French by sTudenTs in The
Row I: Simmons, Janis, Fen
der, Crampfon, Trense
Row I: Knapp, OTis, Queen
an, Schurmeier, Davis, Dal
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Q This year again, under lhe direclion oi Miss Slanwood, Mr. Co-
burn, Mr. Vanliirlc, and Miss Gahagan, four very successful plays
have been presenled. They were "Seven Keys To Baldpaleu, "The
Far-OIT l-lills", "Junior Miss", and "The Royal Family".
Membership in lhe New Trier Dramalic Club is granled lo par-
licipanls in The major produclions, The club is sponsored by Miss
Slanwood, and lhe oiiicers are: Sluarl Law, presidenl: James Ram-
sey, vice-presidenlg Virginia Gosling, secrelary: William Blaclc, pub-
licily chairman: Allin Proudiool, program chairman: and Margarel
Bond, social chairman. Al ils meelings lhe club presenis programs,
lalces in new members, and serves reireshmenis, all oi which go lo
provide inleresl and enioymenl for all.
Row I: Jensen,
Row 2: Cra ne,
Row 3: Tomei,
Row I: Wallrins, Leafhers, Duvall, Loewe, Noble, Abrams, Dallas, Hammerman, Peasler, Engelhard, Burr, McQuide, Macdonald, Brown,
Row 2: Ball, Rice, Vernon, Sherman, Williams, Olis, Buller, Schladen, Lloyd, Bond, Gosling, McCready, Robinson, Burns, Bauer, Fender
Row 3: Perkins, Krueger, Galey, Liepold, Thompson, O'Neil, Black, Law, Giflien, Proudfool, Augur, Beebe, Ames, Copello, Crane,
E. Bauer, B. Bauer
The Broadcasring Club is for lhose sludenls who are inleresled in
'lhe dirlerenl phases of radio producrion. The members of 'rhis or-
ganizarion, sponsored by Mrs. Cavanaugh, produce radio plays using
Their own sludio and conlrol room, wriling lheir own scripls, and
doing The acling lhemselves, lhus learning lhe acring and direcling
rechniques used in lhe field of radio. L
Anolher imporranr dramalic organizafion is Jrhe Aclors' Guild.
This club consisls of sludenrs who 'rake parr in 'rhe shorr plays pre-
senled during rhe year. These one-acl plays give +he sludenls an N
opporrunily for experience in acring. Mrs. Thurman sponsors Jrhe
group, and 'rhis year's oriicers are. Allison Augur, president Marion
Macdonald, vice-president and Shirley Buller, secrelary.
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Beckpr, McCoy, Weiner, Loewe, Jensen, Dallas, Hammerman, Macdonald, Mendelsohn, Mink, Mefzger,
Roberls, Feuer, Gelderman, Robinson, Bauer, Lloyd, Hicks, Schreiber, Clark, Wehrheim, Cahn, Ball
Crane, Segil, Black, Liepold, Lane, Augur, Thompson, Krueger, Perkins, Buchanan, Paddock
Scheib, Maher, Anderson, Hammerman, Jensen, Bauer, Bufler, McQuide, Engelhard, Peasfer, Rion,
Macdonald, Connell, Lord, Mendelsohn, Linick, Bond, Jones
Mink, Noble, Lind, Kempner, Vernon, Williams, Tomei, Rice, Boolhe, Fulfon, Lloyd, Linde-man, Meyer,
Robinson, Wild, Hicks, Schreiber, Mefzger, Loewe
Unger, Van Schaak, Maison, Brown, Ross, Phipps, Crane, Black, Giffen, Beebe, Augur, Thompson, Thom
Eklund, O'Neil, Melvoin, Paxlon, Feuer, Paddock, Kadyk, Ball, Rose
Nasaiir, Seashore, Fender, Hicks, Jones,
Drechsler, Galey, CrampTon, Gilifen, MonT-
Brenchley, Zidek, Mendenhall, Coafes, Crane,
Clarke, Foxy, Roos, Arms, Lockerbie, Elia
Hinman, Queenan, Nichols, Murphy, Lind
Linick, Reich, Gadske
Lowell. Mink, Schladen, Rose, Johannesen,
Becker, Cowhill, Brady
Boo+he, Parsons, BuTler, Miller, Rouse, FulTon,
PeTerson, Gridley, Salberg
EssenTial To The producTion oT plays is The Technical sTaTT
made up oT The STage Crew, Lighf Crew, ProperTies Crew,
and Make-up Crew. These workers who never appear in
sighT oT The audience. louild, painT, and lighT The seTs, find
and arrange all TurniTure and properTies, and add Those
Touches oT make-up which someTimes are needed To make
The acTors look years older Than They really are.
The Verse Speaking Choir provides opporTuniTy Tor The
enioyrnenT oT poeTry Through choral inTerpreTaTion. This
group consisTs oT TwenTy-Tive girls, under The direcTion oT
Mrs. Thurman, and has given several programs during The
"SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATE" "JUNlOR MlSS"
William Howell Magee. .
John Bland .
Mary Norlon .
Pe+ers lfhe hermiil . .
Lou Max . .
Owner of Baldpale .
Police . .
Assislanls To The direcior .
. Guslav Spero
. Lenore Pancoe
. Ralph Beebe
. James Ramsey
. Harold Ames
. Allin Proudfoof
. Allison Augur
. . Sluarl Law
Judy . . Jane Anderson
Puffy . Carolyn Wolf
Grace . . Jean Miles
Lois . Phyllis Mason
Hilda Lilian Pererson
Ellen . . Marion Clark
Harry . . . Bob Gihfen
J. B. Curlis . . John Slamin
Willis Reynolds Roger Eklund
Barlow Adams . . . Harold Sherman
Haskell Cummings . . . Sluarl Fewer
Weslern Union boy . . Marshall Maison
Marshall Feurbach . . . Richard Kemper
"THE FAR-OFF HlLLS"
Palrick Clancy .... Richard Liepold
Marian J h S Barbamra BaLier
Duc r His Dau +ers N Dorol Bass er
FRENCH CLUB PLAY Per Y l Q JeannineyPeas+er
Maifre Pafhelin .... Mark Baxler Oliver O'Shaughnessy . . . Mark Crane
Guillemeffe - - AVCleTlW lVlaUPln Dick Delany . . . . Edward Perkins
l-en DVaPle' - - - Davis MCCGH1 Harold Mahony . . Richard O'Neil
Th1baUl+ Aqnelei - - Sam BaClQ?" Susie Tynan . . Belly Jo Calverl
Le JUQG - - - - Bob Elia Seamas Hegarry . . . Daniel LiHle
Ellen Nolan .... Mary Jane Abrams
Assisianl 'ro fhe direclor . Marion Macdonald
"SEVEN KEYS TO BALDPATEH FRENCH CLUB PLAY "LA FARCE DE MAITRE PATHELIN
McCready, Beebe, Proudfoof, Ames, Krueger, Ramsey, McAllis+er Elia, McCarn, Maupin, Badger
Missing from picfure: Baader
ENSEMBLES, CHOIR, ORCHESTRA, AND BAND
O Some oT The mosT imporTanT musical groups aT New Trier are The
girls' ensemble, The boys' ensemble, The choir, The orchesTra, and The
The ensembles are made up oT The mosT TaIenTed voices in The
school. This year, They noT only have sung aT The annual concerTs,
buT They have sung up aT GreaT Lakes. The girls' ensemble is di-
recTed by Miss Anderson, and The boys' ensemble by Mrs. CoTTon.
The choir is a larger group made up oT boTh boys and girls.
Under The direcTion oT Mrs. Bradburn, They have sung aT various
places such as OrchesTra Hall, and They sang carols aT Marshall FieId's
during The ChrisTmas season.
The orchesTra, led by Mrs. CoTTon, has played aT all The concerTs
and guiTe a Tew oT The plays given during The year.
The band has also done some wonderTuI work under The leadership
oT Mr. Mages. They have played Tor all The award assemblies and
TooTbaII games, and have given Their own concerT.
BOYS ENSEMBLE GIRLS' ENSEMBLE
Row I Lagerlof Rice Zldek Paxfon Seeley Row I: Fish, Linick, Belnap, Main, Jameson
Row 2 Allen Lewls Ramsey MarTln Blackburn Row 2: Lord, McDermoTT, Small, Vernon, BroadhursT, Ferguson
Row 3 Llepold Clark Buck Mills Johnson Benner Row 3: P'FuTzenreuTer, GuThridge, Gibbons, Wolf, Drum, Norris
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Row I Moyer PfuTzenreuTer Hallsieen Maupin Jameson, McDermoTT, Gibbons, Noble, Brown, Belnap, DalgeTy, Cahn, Sinclair, Bahr
Murray McQulde Lord Ferguson Mann Fish Gadske, STorch, Funkhouser
Row 2 Bray Drew Rice Sex PaxTon BroadhursT Small, Vernon, Edwards, Dawson, Norris, Lyman, Donaldson, Wolf, Drum, Gulhridge
Collins Chrishan Nuveen Bausferl' Mann Browne, TrauTwein, PaxTon,Zidek
Row 3 WhlTel'1ead Fender Ramsey ScoT+ S Johnson Benner, Lagerlof, Poling, Liepold, Clark, Buck, RoberTs, Proudfoo+, Mills, Galey, R
Johnson Cannon Marhn Campbell CoaTes Lewis, Spero, Brown, Rigler
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GIRLS' OPERA GROUP
Sinclair, Small, Jameson, Calverf, Place, Pfulzenreuler, Rider, Johnson, Rose, Lloyd, McDermoH, Thomas, Brown, Dawson, Behr,
Row 2: Marsh, McQuicIe, Cahn, Doheny, Harff, Busby, Phelps, Birks, BuH, Cady, Ferguson, Trau+wein, Gadslre, Sosna, Schaeffer, Peasler,
Hirsch, Malfz, Lord, Ellmore, Fall, Cedersfrand, Slorch, Liniclc, Belnap, Main, Hawlhorne
Row 3: Fish, Hallsleen, Droegemueller, Murray, Henderson, Gibbons, Sesferhenn, Snider, Middlelon, Nuveen, Goodsmilh, Burns, Leisch,
Acfon, Lawson, Chrislian, Collins, Edwards, Radder, Schuller, Bauslerl, Drew, Funkhouser, McMarfin, Mercer, Snell, Baxler, Colburn,
Row 4: Vernon, Lyman, Broadhurs+, Halldorson, Barnes, Genge, Smiih, Salberg, Greenhalgh, Barber, Lindberg, Gufhridge, Drum, Wolf, Sepp,
Edgerlon, Cross, Donaldson, Gridley, Schrnidf, Meyer, Browne, Mann, Jorgenson, McCosh, Norris, Korlh, Fellers, Walser
OPERA GROUP AND Tl-IE OPERA
O This year, lhe opera group, direcled by Mrs. Collon, was larger
Than ever before. ll was iherelore necessary lo dIvIde lhe group,
a nd a ga I n have a seco n d o pera g ro u p.
,M A+ lh e be g I n n I n g ol lh e se co n d se m e sie r, lh e o Q6 ra g ro u p be g a n
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51' Pe nza n ce . Be ca u se ol lhe a b u n d a n ce of la le n l lh I s yea r, lh e le a d s I n
Is: IM . , lhe operella were lrIple casl. The lollowmg people were chosen lor
' lhe principal pa rls: M a bel-Pal Lord, Cha rlene M ain, a ncl Alice
'I GIbbonsp Rulh-Donna Well, GlorIa l3Ish, a nd Leon'rI ne Jameson 1
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FrederIc-Bob Kohler, BIll Ones: PIrale Kmgfslay Buclc, Roger Johne
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son, a nd Rusly M I lls: Ma 'or General-J I m Ra rnsey, BIII WhI+ehead:
Sergeanl-John Lagerlol, Diclc Liepold, anol Allin Proudlool: Samuel
-Bill Paxlon, Bob Coales, and Burdelle Marlin: Edilh-Cindy Small,
Barbara Broadhursl, a ncl Ginny Vernon: Kale-Sharon Liniclc, Dor-
olhy Belna p, a nd Dolly Plulzenreuler.
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BOYS' OPERA GROUP
Rowllz H. Marfin, B. Paxfon, Hohlfelder, Cas+erIine, Ramsey, Fender, Sfaub, Sex, G. Paxion, Zidek, Traufwein, PoHs, Rose, Siubbs, Siinson,
Seeley, Cahn, Geier, Kadyk, McDermoH, Drew
Row 2: Rice, McElroy, Rennacker, Lagerlof, B. Marrin, Cannon, Coaies, Aishion, Crawford, R. Johnson, Badger, Rigler, Sco++, Herlocker,
Hinkley, Babcock, Talley, Janis, Spero, Lewis
Row 3: Halperin, Weldon, Clark, Rosberg, Harmas, Conner, Graier, Noonan, MiIIs, Snyder, Buck, Lechner, Proudfoof, King, Beebe, Galey,
Sampson, Bray, Allen, Shuman, Salmon, Furs+, Poling, Liepold
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BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Row I: Cessna, Beglen, Shaw
Lyons, Molner, Logan, Ma+son
Jamieson, Craig, Borkovih
Donnelly, Langdon, McGrew
noiia, Benson, Craven, Fisher
Hackbarfh, Seaberg, Teeple
Johnson, Husak, Horen, EIIis
Row 3: Kroeschell, Ross, Felfes
nilz, Perkins, Bolle, Humphrys
Krumm, Lerch, Taylor
IST GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Wallace, McGrew, Soper, Corning, Taylor, Murphy, Wanner, Jenness, Hinman, Grayer, Seely, Kroeschell, Ticknor, PiaH,
Ackley, Monigomery, Scheib, Hammerman, Kuh, Mead, Brockell, Bassler, Keller, Emrich, Kimbark, Raguisi, Frei, Gilchrisf
Porfer, Sfull, Morrill, Bucher, Calvi, Pallai, Braue, Frankensiein, McCready, Dowd, Scheinfeld, Turner, Koch, Hollingbery
Brown, Remy, Barnefi, Cannon, Billow, Lindberg, Monk, Wells, Selck, Rice, King, Hakanson, LaRoy, McLa+chie, Davidson,
McGowen, Powell, Dyer, Bray, Marschall
McMahon, Nichols, Schoeneck, Smiih, Gardiner, Dank, Parsons, Lind, Bauer, Wade, Elmer, Pavlik, Richardson, Henderick,
Peferson, Wakeley, Wilson, Norris, Mason, Bond, Holmes, Branch, Salmen, Muyers, Ehrhard+, Jones, Pope, Herb, Os+er-
gaard, Burgoyne, Erwin, Suyker, Wilder, Abrams, Buckingham, Geiman
Row 2: Brown, Shepard, Jan-
Barnich, Simmons, Segil, Trag-
2ND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, PERIOD 3
Jung, Leichsenring, Forbes, Weinsfien, Blalre, Sfancoe, LeaTon,
Lawson, HoTh, Leipold, Connell, Bulley, Hawes, Hagen, Ross,
Weber, Frei, Whifmere, D. Marfens, P. Marfens, Rion, Nay
James, Misch, Hollingbery, Musson, Gafling, Clarlr, Sensiba,
Kubialc, JohnTz, de Tarnowsluy, Hoerger, Selby, Campbell, Meng-
hinelli, Spinlr, Bullen, Sckopen, Penney, Chapin, Cambridge,
McClellan, Maurer, Nelson, Severson, Trees, Freiler, Pasinalo
Dolniclc, Bufler, Kline, Bigelow, Greenwood, Moore, Thompson,
Fry, Spencer, Danforfh, Marr, Wells, Seyler, Roe, Miller, Jones,
Berlin, Thompson, Gerwe, Collins, Allen, Tegfmeyer, Belding,
Bishop, Zipprodf, Pauley
2ND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, PERIOD 8
Carey, Kenney, HurlbuT, Sfowers, KraeTsch, Mooney, Powell
Daylon, Berg, RibleH, Maclrenrofh, Thompson, Roesing, Beffs
Wylie, Marcus, McCoy, LeggiTT, Paidar, Glaser, WITT, HinTernho'Fl
Sfillwell, Wild, Swindell, McSloy, BeaTTy, Lovgren, Parlcin, Wolf
Queenan, Kelley, Meacham
Jones, Schladen, Doland, Kemler, Clingman, Vennard, King
Clark, SchmidT, Rouse, Neumann, Sherman, Zeiss, Danner, Rod-
dick, Krueger, Housfon
O The glee clubs malce up alrnosT half OT all The music groups.
They are very popular, and aTlord Their members a greaT deal oT
pleasure and experience in group singing. The presidenTs oT The
diTTerenT glee clubs This year were as Tollows: TirsT girls' glee club,
Gerry Lind: TirsT boys' glee club, John MonTgomery: second girls'
glee clubs, Sue Sensiba and Jane Meacham: and second boys' glee
club, Bill Ellis. The main proiecTs ThaT The glee clubs worlc on during
The year are New Trier's Two annual concerTs, The ChrisTmas ConcerT
and The Spring ConcerT.
C Every year The Music DeparTrnenT presenTs Two concerTs, one aT
ChrisTmas and one in The spring. ParTicipaTing in These concerTs are
The ensembles, choir,
opera groups, glee clubs, Treble cleT, and chor-
uses. The ChrisTmas ConcerT This year included such numbers as
"LeT All Toge+her Praise Our God", "Turn Back O Man", "ChrisTmas
Day", and The "l-lalleluiah Chorus", which is sung every year, as well
as many OT The TradiTional carols. The Spring ConcerT, presenTed in
May, was The oTher big underTalcing OT The choral groups. BoTh con-
cerTs were beauTiTul and inspiring, and marked a greaT"success Tor
The Music DeparTmenT.
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
Sforch, Traufwein, Shell, McDermoH, Lebeson, Wanner, Ferguson, Row I:
Schaeffer, Sosna, Ellmore, Phipps, Engelhard, PiaTT, Fish, Lord
Gadske, Oberg, Droegemueller, Roe, Walceley, Lyman, Smifh, Row 2:
Gibbons, Cross, Wolf, Vernon, Small, Collins, Pavlilr, Broadhursf,
OrTh, Hawlhorne, Liniclr
Halcanson, Jameson, Jones, Zeisel, Zidelc, G. Paxfon, Melvoin,
Fox, O'Neil, Proucl'Foo+, Johnson, Liepold, B. Paxion, Rice, Zeiss,
Weiner, Schreiber, Risser
JUNIOR AND SENIOR MUSIC CLUBS
O The Junior and Senior Music Clubs are made up oT TalenTed sTu-
denTs oT New Trier who are inTeresTed in music. The clubs give The
members a chance To hear good music by having The members per-
form during The meeTings. TryouTs Tor membership are held every
year. The clubs are boTh conducTed on The same principles, The
dillierence being ThaT 'Junior Music Club is Tor The mosT parT made
up of underclassmen, and The members are noT as advanced as Those
of Senior Music Club.
Mrs. CoTTon is The TaculTy sponsor oT Senior Music Club. The oTTi-
cers are: LeonTine Jameson, presidenTg Gloria Fish, vice-presidenT7
Charlene Main, secreTaryg Roger Johnson, Treasurer: and Nancy
Zeiss, social chairman.
The Junior Music Club is under The sponsorship oT Mrs. Bradburn,
and The oTTicers are: Margie Nuveen, presidenT: BeTTy SchaeTTer,
vice-presidenT: June Gadslqe, secreTary: Bill Fox, Treasurer: and Mary
Jean Brown, social chairman.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
Hagan, Phipps, Schaeffer, Sosna, Henclriclison, Kenyon, PiaTT
Engelhard, Peasler, Burr, Aclcley, Ellmore
Thomas, Wolf, Leggiff, Dofy, Droegemueller, Abrams, Or'lh
Weiner, PorTer, Murphy, Taylor, Gaclske, Richmond
Salberg, MicIdIe'Ion, Nuveen, Pavlik, Schmidf, Leisch, Griclley, Roe
Walueley, STeinberger, Wild, Koch, Clingman
Row I: Anderson, Miss Haser, Mrs.
Row I: Kuh, Anderson, O'NeiI
Row I: Hawfhorne, Forbes, Legner,
H. Kuh, Freiler, Mrs. Kidd, Miss
Haser, Hammerman, Jirgal, Powell,
Row 2: Howard, Busby, Birks, David-
son, Miles, Fulfon, Wells, Penney,
Weclrler, Phelps, Bullard
Row 3: Goclrel, Korfh, Ludgin, D.
Kuh, Draper, O'NeiI, Anderson,
Levernier, Gelderman, Mar+ens,
O Musicale is a club open To any sTudenT inTeresTed in lisTening To
good music. The general group meeTs every oTher Monday, and The
inner group, which hears longer composiTions, meeTs on The alTernaT-
ing Mondays. Members may belong To eiTher or boTh groups.
O STudenTs in-TeresTed in playing The recorder, an ElizabeThan TluTe,
comprise The Recorder Group, which rneeTs during lunch periods,
O The ConcerT ComrniTTee makes The arrangemenTs Tor New Trier's
concerT series. This year some oT The concerTs have included The
Indianapolis Symphony, The Don Cossaclcs, and The Golden GaTe
C The DeIoaTe Team is made up oT New Trier sTudenTs
who show proficiency in speech. This year New Trier won
26 ouT OT 30 debaTes in The IvIeTropoliTan DebaTe Union,
and I5 ouT OT I6 in The Hammond TournamenT. Team
members doing ouTsTanding work in inTerschoIasTic de-
baTe are eIecTed To The NaTionaI Forensic Honor SocieTy,
which has over 40,000 members and 450 chapTers. The
Forensic Board assisTs in The organizaTion oT all debaTe
acTiviTies. The Order oT The Gavel, a discussion group.
gives Training in speech. Every year, The HilTon Ira
Jones. Solon Reily, Elmer Baker, and Emil STaIce awards
are given To The besT debaTers OT The year.
Row I: Law, Mr. MacLean, McConnell
Row 2: Schupp, Thompson, Crane, Per-
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Baldwin, Schupp, D'Asaro, Mr. Mac-
Lean, Ramsay, Henderson, MacDoug-
McConnell, Crane, Williams, Jai-chow,
Law, Thompson, Roberfs, Luensman
Henderson, MacDougalI, Law. Mac-
Lean, McConnell, Perkins
Baldwin, Crane, Thompson, Roberts,
ORDER OF THE GAVEL
Bullen, Schupp, D'Asaro, Mr. Mac-
Lean, Ramsay, Henderson, Zeiss
Crane, Baldwin, Thompson, Law, Per-
Icins, MacDougaII, Siegel
C The Spanish Club was reorganized This year, under The sponsor-
ship oT Miss MudgeTT. The orlicers are: Sally Brown, presidenTg
Nancy Wilder, vice-presidenT7 Edie FursT, secreTary: and Anne PeTer-
son, Treasurer. One oT The highlighTs of The year was The pinaTa
parTy, held aT ChrisTrnas Time.
I The French Club, sponsored by Mrs. Morris, had anoTher suc-
cessTul year under The leadership oT iTs oTTicers: Mary Hurlbur, presi-
denT7 Quinn Ellis, vice-presidenT: DoroThy Belnap, secreTary-Treasurer:
and Ann MicldleTon, social chairman. All The rneeTings were con-
ducred in French. This year, as usual, The French Club had charge
oT publis ' 65 "Le Flarnbeaum, The annual French magazine.
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Alimann, Millhouse, Weil, Duvall, Brooks, Loewe, Miller, Tripplehorn, Merriam, Seely, Scully, Hollisfer, Thomas, Gallaway, Laurine
Hurley, Spielmann, Price, Wilson, BroadhursT, Dawson, Halls+een, Orfh, Gardiner, Roeddiger, Eisler, Scheib, Brown, McMarTin Snider,
McCready, Robinson, Knobel, Gridley, Schoebeck, Donagher, Elmer, Gunfher, Selck, Rice, Brown, Halldorson, Paidar, Turner,'Linde
Macdonald, Doherfy, Spank, Pallaf, FosTer, Schuller, Wessel, Jamison, Ballanlyne
Baus+erT, BeuHas, Presfon, Sheehan, Chalmers, Wilder, Gefman, Scheinfeld, Dowd, Williamson, Rowe, Collins, Salberg, Meyer, George
Barnes, Fulfon, Bond, Hicks, Alffilisch, Holmes, Scribner, SolliTT, Wade, Sepp, LiTchlield, Branch, Miller, McCosh, STull
Spencer, Wanner, Goldreich, Jaeger, PiaH, Bremer, Brucker, Wroe, Snell, Noble, Hinman, Kenney, Grauer, Doheny, Adler, Gallaway,
Halper, Mink, Murphy, Hafowski, Goldberg, Hawes, Bealfy, Phipps, Jirgal, Sosna, Linick
Wakeley, Koch, Fox, Mason, Campbell, Hoy, Alfvin, Parsons, Gadske, Langendorf, Queenan, Vaughan, Small, Elwood, GoodsmiTh
Burns, WaTkins, Koch, Dolnick, Gormley, Lyman, Snider, Davis, Freeman, Walser, Kempner, Ogden, McMahon, Leichsenring, Levy:
Jones, SmiTh, Nelson, Reich, Belnap, RibIe++, Wal'lace, Mooney
Meacham, Hari, Severson, Bishop, McClellan, Alfheimer, Tomei, Boorhe, Calvi, Peirce, Olis, Midcllefon, Janney, Vandercook, Rowe,
Barnes, Wilson, Elmer, Jones, Beloungy, Bauer, Flanagan, Donaldson, Ellis, Ehrhardf, Crane, Mercer, Pierre, Becker, Cowhill, Beasley
Hurlbuf, Williams. Sherman, Schaeffer, Emery
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Row I: Lind, Norris, Maurer, McClellan, Mason, Miss Paul, E. Hammerman, Hoy, Scribner, Engelhard
Row 2: RibIeH, Redmon, Marr, Wells, Meacham, Thomas, Seely, Lovgren ,NeIson, Severson, I. Hammerman
Row 3: Spencer, Pavlik, Bishop, Roof, Fox, Miles, O'MaIIey, Walser, Brady, Smifh, Dolnick
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Row I: Hockmuller, Wolff, Ramsay, Zidek, Hicks, Morrison, McDowell, KorTh, Harff, FosTer, Drury, Fender, Kaclyk
Row 2: STeinberg, STowl, HarTray, WiTTenberg, Segil, HarT, Janis, DuVall, NasaTir, Babcock, STeinfield, Trense
Row 3: Jackson, Simmons, Conney, Levy, Heizer, CrampTon, Roos, Cravens, Galey, Lowrey, Charles, McKee
Q The German Club, sponsored by Mr. McDowell, con-
Tinued To be very popular among The German sTudenTs
This year. AT iTs regular meeTings, The members sTudied
The cusToms and culTure OT old Germany and The Ger-
many oT Today. In addiTion, The club published iTs an-
nual magazine, "Schreiberei".
ouiLL CLUB .
C The LaTin Club is organized like The old Roman gov-
ernmenT, and iTs oTTicers go by Roman TiTles. The pur-
pose oT The club is To learn more abouT Roman civiliza-
Tion and cuITure. The sponsors This year are Miss Breiden-
bach and Miss Paul, and The oTTicers are: Jane l-loy and
Barbara Burns, consuls: Enid I-lammerman, scribag BeTsy
Norris, Treasurer: Mary Engelhard and Joyce Flack,
C The Quill Club, led by Miss Wilson, is a liTerary organizaTion open To underclassmen only. The purpose oT The club
is To sTudy Tamous wriTers, and To learn To wriTe wiTh as much skill as possible.
Row I: Marcus, Myer, Arey, Leichsenring, Manierre, Coburn, Hogan
Row 2: Sergeanf, Hinrichs, Lebeson, Fischer, Frankenberger, Chapin
Row 3: Gould, Nay, Hickey, Spence, Gefhman, Clausen, GaIanTe
Row I: Harr, Thorpe, Snoolc, Smifh,
Bufler, STaub, Kadyk
Row 2: CoaTes, S+ahI, Blind, Schroeder,
Sfefany, Challinor, Phipps
Row I: Siinson, Cessua, Walfers, Mr.
Fearheiley, Alley, Kuiken, Arfhur, Van
Row 2: Anderson, Rice, McCarThy, Teb-
beHs, Kurschner, Jordan, Dean, Logs-
Row 3: PeTers, Boydon, Behan, Ives,
Johnson, Fursf, Wiclcman, Ramsey,
Row I: Leach, Henderson, D'Asaro,
Jones, Mr. Schumacher, YosT, BraaTen,
Row 2: SmiTh, Macdonald, Nedved,
O'NeiI, Yager, Lerch, Moller, Barnes,
Q The Radio Club is an organizaTion oT licensed AmaTeur Radio
OperaTors, and sTudenTs sTudying To pass The license examinaTion.
The club owns and operaTes AmaTeur STaTion W9EDC. The sponsor
is Mr. J. R. SmiTh.
I To The girls and boys inTresTed in riTlery, The Rifle Club, spon-
sored by Mr. Fearheiley, oTTers opporTuniTy To enioy This sporT.
Members, spurred on by compeTiTion, beTTer Their skill and marks-
manship, and also learn imporTanT saTeTy measures.
CHESS CLUB -
C The purpose oT The Chess Club is To increase one's abiliTy To
concenTraTe by playing The game oT chess. The club is sponsored
by Mr. Schumacher, and The presidenT is Dave McDonald.
Q The ArT League, sponsored by Miss Klein, is open To
sTudenTs in all classes. Various programs oT The group
This year included spealcers, movies, and Trips To com-
mercial and Tine arT sTudios and sl4eTch classes.
O The Geography Club, cponsored by Miss EIemingTon,
has compIeTed many inTeresTing proiecTs This year, in-
cluding a sTudy oT The hisTory and indusTries OT MeTro-
poIiTan Chicago. IT was a very successTuI year Tor all
THEORETICAL SCIENCE CLUB
Q The TheoreTicaI Science Club, under The leadership
oT Mr. Ude, was Tormed To acquainT sTudenTs wiTh cur-
renT advances in scienTiTic Theory. The club is open To
all who are inTeresTed. The presidenT is Ferdinand
O The AeronauTics Club, sponsored by Mr. Clader, is
an organizaTion Tor all sTudenTs inTeresTed in airplanes.
The members spend much oT The Time consTrucTing model
airplanes. Hugh Melvoin is The presidenT.
Row 3: Pavlilr, Morifz, Slxoclocelc, Leisch, Coules, PeTerson, Miller, Peferson, Roih, Salberg
Row 2: Greller, Lowell, Severson, Gross, Nilsson, Cedershand, Van Deusen, Mooney, Fox
Row I: Berner, Roeddiger, LeRoy, STewarT, Klein, Mercer, Wahl, Taylor, Fonder
GEOGRAPHY CLUB THEORETICAL SCIENCE CLUB AERONAUTICS CLUB
Row I: Smiflu, Gelb, Logan Row I: Fender, Hicks, Ude, Henderson, Row I: Dean, BurT
Row 2: Agar, Ludgin, Cogswell, Miss Hari' Row 2: Jones, Jaclcson, Melvoin
FIeming+on Row 2: Krueger, Cramp+on, Thompson,
Galey, Perkins, Janis
BOYS' CAREER CLUB
O The Boys' Career Club, under The sponsorship oT The TaculTy Career Club commiTTee,
headed by Mr. ChrisTensen, is open To all iunior and senior boys oT New Trier. ITS purpose
is To presenT Talks on various proTessions, each Talk given by a specialisT in his parTicular
Tield, in order To help The sTudenTs make more inTelligenT educaTional and vocaTional plans.
Some oT The speakers Tor The club This year were: Mr. Jarchdw, who spoke on business
adminisTraTion: Mr. WiTTenberg, who spoke on engineering: Mr. Howard VincenT O'Brien,
who spoke on iournalism: and a panel discussion on college enTrance given by Mr. GaTTney,
Mr. Kahler, and Mr. Suelberger, Dean oT Men aT NorThwesTern. The oTTicers TirsT semesTer
were: Dick Erey, presidenT: Don Brown, vice-presidenT: Mel Carney, secreTary: and Ed
STackhouse, Treasurer. NexT year's oTTicers, elecTed The second semesTer, are: Bob
Geniesse, presidenT: Jack ThornTon, vice-presidenT: Les WiTTenberg, secreTary: and Chuck
GI RLS' CAREER CLUB
O The Girls' Career Club, sponsored by Miss Weiler and Miss l-lenningsen, is an organ-
izaTion oT juniors and seniors who meeT once a monTh To hear diTTerenT speakers Talk on Their
chosen proTession. These inTormal Talks help girls who are undecided as To Their career, and
give added inTormaTion To girls who have chosen a parTicular Tield as The one They wish To
Tollow. The subiecTs oT some OT The Talks This year include law, poliTics, nursing, journalism,
social service, and inTerior decoraTion.
The oTTicers are: Gwain Williams, presidenT: Anne Boyle, vice-presidenT: Joanne
Schumacher, secre-Tary: and Sonia Thiessen, Treasurer. The commiTTee heads are: Peg Rose,
Membership: JaneT Cooper, Social: Quinn Ellis, Program: and Marilyn Frazier, PubliciTy.
Row I: ThornTon, Zidek, Barre'H', WH-
Row 2: Hoban, Geniesse, Brown, Car-
ney, Friedlander, Frey
BOYS' CAREER CLUB BOARD
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GIRLS' CAREER CLUB A-G
Eisler, Browne, Donnelly, Collins, Frisch, Brockell, Schumacher, Cory, Bausrerf, Barber, Goldreich, Drucker, Elmer, Gunfher, Brown, Droege-
de Tarnowsky, Eriksen, Doheny, Cahn, Belnap, M. Campbell, Campbell, Cady, Dalgely, Amici, Allmann, Brooks, Adler, Caika, Brown
Dyer, Bray, Buckingham, Barfhell, Bremer, Casad, Emery, DeI'Iar'I, Bucher, Fonder, Gallaway, Duvall, Doherly, Ballanlyne, Funkhouser
Goodsmirh, Beasley, Greeley, Boyle, Collins, Broadhursf, Dawson, Genge, Colfman, German, Corning, Davis, Gadske, Drew, Brown, Crane
Busby, Frazier, Gardiner, Grauer, Gormley, Buis'I', Baumgardner, Belding, Be-uI'+es, Alfvin, Frankensfein, Dallas, Bruning
Dowd, Elwood, Branch, Becker, Cowhill, Buller, Gulhridge, Greenwood, Bauer, Donaldson, Ellis, Ehrhard+, Burgoyne, Cooper, Garcia, Con-
over, Edgerlon, Barnes, Cross, George, Fulfon, Bond, Flanagan, Cusiek, Chalmers, Braue, Calverf, Alffilisch, Alfheimer, Edwards, Boolhe
Chrislian, Dickson, Calvi
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB H-N
Johansson, Miller, Hawrhorne, McQuide, Macdonald, Lund, Millhouse, Lindell, Mercer, Johnson, Kenney, Kroeschell, Hinman, Halper
Linick, Lundeen, Chase, Jamison, Moseley, Hollisler, Lawson, Newhall, Lind, Mallz, Fosrer, Murray, Hendrickson, Holh, Morrill
King, Henderson, Hoy, Lamme, Nuveen, Jenness, Knobel, Mink, Harf'F, Laurine, Menghinelli, Jones, Hallsleen, Loewe, Moore, Middlefon
Marfens, Harrshorne, Kullberg, King, Johannesen, Hufzmann, May, McManus, Nichols, Merriam, Lloyd, Lips, Knapp, Maupin, Leafhers
Marschall, Hurley, Linde, McCready, Nilsson, Lichier, Moore, F. Mercer, Muler, Hollingbery, Hillon, Koch, Lind, Norris, Hicks, HuHen
Houghlon, Janney, Miller, Jorgensen, Holmes, Meyers, I'IackeH, Liebman, Meyer, A. Miller, Learned, Hypes, Jones, McCurdy, McKahan
McCosh, Mann, Hurlbul, Hobe
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB O-Z
Oslergaard, Spielmann, Turner, Wilson, Spiegel, Roberison, Soper, Price, Thompson, Warden, Wafkins, Schumacher, Slull, Snell, Shaw, Selck
Porles, Rice, Sepp
Scully, Pofier, Schuller, Phelps, Schwall, Reich, Porrer, Wanner, PaIIa'I', Spink, Pauscherf, Weil, Wroe, Scheib, Ogden, Thomas, Roeddiger
Tripplehorn, Riggs, Wehrheim, Omori, Triebold, Phipps, Seely, Re ize, Walfher, Sforch
Wellin, Prasse, Smilh, J. Williams, Vernon, Preslon, PoH'er, Wilder, Oberg, Orfh, Reingardf, Thompson, Walser, Schmidf, Small, Schawe
Schoeneck, Rose, Paidar, G. Williams, Sherman, Saunders, Snyder, Sensiba, Harkness, Schaeliler, Queenan, Snider, Wessel.
Pfulzenreufer, Peirce, Woods, Wade, Richardson, Scheinfeld, Robinson, Wilson, Pope, Peferson, Schladen, Tomei, Thiessen, Smifh, Tegrmeyer
Parsons, Wilson, Rye, Tourlelof, Sawle, Schuller, Salmen, Williamson, Sheehan, Rowe, Ofis, Price, Solliff, Scribner, Skodacek, Sizer, Salberg
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C WiTh six leTTermen reTurning To The Team Tor I945, Coach Asch-
enbach's TooTball squad looked like The besT in The Suburban League,
and as probable champions Tor The second sTraighT year. BuT They
losT a couple oT close games and Tinished in TourTh place wiTh Two
wins and Three losses. The record doesn'T do Them iusTice, Though,
as They came wiThin Two poinTs oT beaTing Oak Park's TiTle winners,
and They scored as many Touchdowns as The Villagers did all season.
Playing beTore close To 3,000 people, who crowded inTo Phelps'
Field Tor The crucial league opener, The Green Wave overcame an
early Oak Park score To lead in The second guarTer, I9-7. The
Huskies scored again beTore The guarTer ended, and again on a
TourTh guarTer pass Through To win, 21-I9, by a margin oT only Two
poinTs aTTer Touchdowns.
ln The line, LiTT Clark and Chuck l-loban, The only iunior on The
Team, were boTh good ends. Bob PenberThy was a sTeady subsTiTuTe
aT end. Flanking CapTain Ray Michinard aT cenTer were Tour rugged
guards in ScoTT Hillis, Bill Mayer, Bud Bray, and Rudy Vedovell, who
alTernaTed aT The sTarTing posTs. AT Tackle were Bob Pearson and
RusTy Mills, The mainsTays oT The line.
Fullback Roger Drew led The Triermen as The second highesT scorer
in The league. AT leTT halT, Jack Lockyer was raTed The besT passer
in The league, buT he was hampered by a leg iniury all season. CliT
STowers and Marv Ross Tilled ouT The backfield wiTh speed and power
aT righT halT and guarTerback.
Top honors wenT To LiTT Clark aT The end oT The season when he
was named All-STaTe Tor his greaT oTTensive and deTensive play. He
and Rog Drew were boTh honored wiTh posiTions on The All-Suburban
Team. Included in The All-Suburban selecTions were Pearson, Mich-
inard, Lockyer, STowers, and Mills.
The new Gene Hasselberg Memorial Award Tor sporTsmanship,
Team play, and clean living was presenTed To Ray Michinard by The
voTe oT his TeammaTes.
Row I: Mills, Ross, Michinard fCapT.l, Pearson, Sfowers, Drew, Bray, Hoban, Lockyer
Row 2: Roberfson lTrainerl, Hillis, Mayer, Weldon, Ross, Leahy, PenberThy, Lauer, HunT, MisanToni, Young, Meyers, Mahan, Vedovell,
Row 3: CaTon fcoachl, Clark, KenT, Yoder, Rice, Henricks, DalTon, Bowler, Brown, GraTer, Campbell, Rief, Rogers, Taylor, Rennacker,
VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES
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C New Trier's 1945 JV TooTball Team, alThough high-spiriTed and
Tough in every game, had a disappoinTing year as They losT all Their
six scheduled games. The gridders dropped one each To Oak Park,
Waukegan, Zion, and all Three oT Their baTTles wiTh EvansTon's
The lasT game oT The season, which was aT EvansTon, was a 25-I9
seTback, bu+ a moral vicTory Tor The Team. lT was Their closesT and
hardesT ToughT game oT The year, and The Grey-Green deserved To
win. EvansTon walked oTT aT The end oT The TirsT half wiTh a I9-O
lead, buT The Triermen ouTplayed Their opponenTs in The second halT
as Touchdowns by John Bender and Jim BarnThouse made The margin
I9-I3, beTore The WildkiTs inTercepTed a pass and scored. Rog
Underhill scored, and New Trier pushed deep inTo enemy TerriTory
again beTore some bad breaks and darkness cuT Their rally shorT wiTh
The score, 25-I9.
The line, coached by Mr. Funkhouser and Mr. Clausen, had depTh
and weighT. AT The ends were Dick CrawTord, Bill Campbell, Bill
STreeT, and Jim Lisburg. AT Tackle were CapTain Jay Buck, Bob Geni-
esse, and PeTe lvlerkle. The guards were Les WiTTenberg, PaT Ander-
son, and Al Lanphear, wiTh Dave Bull and Don Anderson aT cenTer.
In The backfield were Jim Breen, George STone, and Dickson Young
aT guarTerback, halTbacks Rog Underhill, Jim BarnThouse, John
Bender, and Mark Wells, and Roger Johnson aT Tullback.
Row I: Falk, WiTTenberg, Pope, Buck, Miller, P. Anderson, Well, Lundin, Sfreef, Lamphear
Row 2: Carlson, Cafon, Marcon, Carp, Schure, F. Smifh, Davis, Underhill, Fisher, MaToT, Bemus
Row 3: Mr. Funkhouser, Bull, Geniesse, Vaughan, Merkle, Lisberg, STone, Bender, D. Anderson, BarnThouse, O'Brien,
Breen. Kuh, McNair
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O Coach Chuck Lauer's I945 Frosh-Soph loolball leam was oul-
slanding lhroughoul lhe season as lhey rolled over all nine ol lheir
opponenls lo be lhe lirsl New Trier leam lhal has ever won lhe
Frosh-Soph Suburban League Championship.
In going undelealed and unlied, lhe Ponies resel lhe Suburban
League scoring record wilh 22 louchdowns and I3 exlra poinls lor
a lolal ol I45 poinls in live league games. Delensively, lhey had
only lwo louchdowns scored againsl lhem in lhe league, and only
20 poinls scored againsl lhem all season.
Every lineman deserves an equal share ol lhe glory lor lheir greal
season. Flanking Dave Lyons al cenler were Caplain Bill Redding
and Bill Erman al righl and Iell guard. Al lhe lackles were Ralph
Horn and Brad Glass, who booled all ol lhe kick-olfs, backed up by
Arl Dunne and Jack I-liles. Al lhe ends were Chuck Snorl, who was
a largel ol a lol ol Iong passes, and Phil Belhke, who swilched wilh
Bob While several limes.
Dick Leonard was always a lhreal al Iell hall as a runner, passer,
and punler, Ioul he was surrounded by olher good backs. Bud Layer
made a good guarlerback and valuable leam player, and Joe Demp-
sey averaged a louchdown a game al righl hall. Fullback John
Pelers lied Leonard as lhe high scorer in lhe league wilh 6 louch-
downs, and he was as good al backing up lhe Iine as he was bucking
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Q The I945-46 baskeTball Team was one oT The besT ThaT New Trier
has had in many years. The VarsiTy Team won six ouT oT Their Ten
Suburban League games To Tie Tor second place wiTh Oak Park.
A mid-season slump, which cosT The Green Wave Tive sTraighT
losses, gave Them a ToTal oT I3 vicTories and 9 deTeaTs Tor The season.
Three oT The losses were To league Toes, buT because The compeTiTion
in The league was so Tough and evenly maTched, They shared second
place despiTe Their hard luck.
WiTh Tour ouTsTanding leTTermen reTurning To The Team, Coach
Chuck Lauer had one oT The sTrongesT quinTeTs in The league. Park
Taylor combined his dazzling shooTing, dribbling, and ball handling
To oTTseT his heighT handicap aT Torward, and aT The oTher posT was
Mike Zeddies, The mosT consisTenT high-scorer on The Team. 6' 3"
Jim RoberTs developed inTo one oT The leagues besT cenTers, and aT
guard, Jack Lockyer was ouTsTanding boTh on oTTense and deTense,
and Jim Myers was one oT The besT deTensive players in The league.
Row I: Bray, Chew, Myers, RoberTs, Brown, Zeddies, Taylor
Row 2: Cannon, Clark, RiTTersporn, Kuhn, Cloud, Selby, MesTiian, McGanney, Lauer, Morgansiern
Row 3: Perkins, Munch, RoberTs, Marsh, PeTTibone, Peierson, Reif, Wells, Ragland, Mayer
The Wave opened The season wiTh one-sided wins over BarringTon
and Niles beTore They dropped a close game To Dundee. They
crushed Riverside and Then opened The league season wirh a 46-35
Triumph over lVlorTon. They whipped The highly-TouTed Proviso Pi-
raTes, 48-3l, and Then Took a close decision over EvansTon's lasT
place Wildkirs beTore going inTo Their Tail-spin. Oak Park, Arnund-
sen, Waukegan, Dundee, and lVlorTon Tripped The Terriers beTore
They came back To crush boTh Proviso and EvansTon. They surprised
Oak Park wiTh a 44-37 Trouncing, bu+ playing Tor The championship
beTore a crowd Thar packed The gym, They were nosed ouT by
Waukegan's league champs, 47-46, To end The season.
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C AlThough They displayed a Tine brand ol
baske+baIl several Times during The season,
PeTe FranTzen's Frosh-Soph Team was Too in-
consisTenT To cop The Suburban League crown.
They won six ouT oT Ten league games To Tie
MorTon Tor second place, and Their season
record was Twelve wins and Ten losses. Pro-
viso and Oak Park were The only Teams ThaT
The Ponies beaT Twice, while Waukegan beaT
The sophs Twice, boTh Times when The Gray-
Green had a chance To Take The lead in The
Forward Dick Leonard, cenTer John PeTers,
and guard Louie KranTz, paced The sophs,
wiTh Torwards Lyle Richmond and PeTe Burn-
side, and guards Don Hurley and Dick Chris-
Tiansen alTernaTing during The season.
FROSH SOPH BASKETBALL
Row I Rowl Kranh Massey Hurley Layer, DeCarlo, Dempsey, Peffi, Richmond
Row 2 Rice Spechf Chrishansen Lyons, Bacon, Leonard, Franhen
Row 3 Gomperf Moore Ellloff Davis Burnside, Hackbarfh, Pefers, Whiie
Row I: Schmidf, Sfeel, Sfade, Clinfon, Ellis, Barn+house, GroTThuss, Kifazalri
Bd R'dkfR KT F'S'Tl'1KTR
ou reaux, in s op, amsay, ar man, errus, mi , u z, ose
Bray, EbberT, Bender, Jeangerard, SchmiTz, NuTini, ShelTon, Keller
Row : Mafof, Hey, Glass, Dunne, Bapfisfa, Neuman, HarTray, Sibley
Q New Trier's newesT sporT, wresTling, enjoyed comparaTively good
success during The I945-46 season. The Team Tinished iTs second
year wiTh a record of 7 wins and 5 losses. The grapplers baTTled
only MorTon in The Suburban League, buT Their schedule included
oTher meeTs wiTh six of The ToughesT schools in The sTaTe.
The only experienced wresTlers reTurning To The Team as The season
sTarTed were STan ClinTon and Jim BarnThouse, boTh OT whom had
been ouTsTanding Their TirsT year, in The lighTweighT brackeTs. As The
season progressed, Coach Dick Clausen developed more Than a
dozen oTher boys To make a young buT Tough Team. Some oT his
Top wresTlers were KenT Ellis U03 lbs.l, Gordon Ramsey and Henry
Smifh lI2O lbs.l, Bob Grove and Don Boudreaux U27 lbs.l, Dick Eb-
berr and CapTain Dick Ferris U33 lbs.l, John Bender U38 lbs.l, Carl
Hey and Dick SchmiTz U45 lbs.l, Ralph Jeangerard U54 lbs.l, Roger
Drew U65 lbs.l, and Brad Glass lheavyweighTl.
ClinTon, Ramsey, EbberT, and Glass, on The basis of Their good
won and losT record during The season were good prospecTs Tor a
place in The sTaTe Tinals.
ProspecTs Tor nexT year's Team are very good as only Grove, Eb-
berT, Hey, and Drew will graduaTe in June.
I New Trier's VarsiTy Swimming Team climaxed anoTher unde-
TeaTed dual season wiTh The TwelTTh Triumph in The Suburban League
meeT held aT Oak Park. The Team's closesT rival, I-lighland Park, did
noT swim in a dual meeT wiTh New Trier, buT gave us a scare when
They finished Three poinTs behind in The League meeT. The closesT
dual conTesTs oT The year were wiTh Danville, when New Trier had To
Take The lasT evenT in Their Two meeTs in order To win.
The VarsiTy This year was diTTerenT Trom oTher years in Thar iT had
Two sophomores swimming regularly-Lechner and Warner-and on
occasion, a Treshman, Bud Wallen. Special recogniTion is given To
Lechner, who Tinished TourTh in The IOO-yard Tree sTyle in The League
meeT. The Team was hard hiT by The loss oT lasT year's seniors, buT
was well bolsTered by versaTiIe Bob Copp, who Took TirsT in The Sub-
urban IOO-yard backsTroke, by backsTrokers Co-CapTain JannoTTa
and Wagener, by breasTsTroker Sam GenTles, and by TreesTylers Co-
CapTain Mayer, Fried, Cook, and FarringTon. In addiTion, IasT year's
Row I: Hargreaves, Harnsberger, Haase, Frische, HarT, STowers, Seeley, Rigler, Hinrichs, Copello
Row 2: Coach Jackson, Hosbein, STeele, Wagener, PorTer, Mayer-co-capTain, JannoTTa-cc-capTain, McKee,
Copp, Bowler, Blackburn
Row 3: RoberTson, MacTaggarT, Levy, GenTIes, Showers, Snycler, Lechner, Lowell, Warner, FarringTon, Fried,
VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES
I945 - I946
New Trier . 48 STeinmeTz . . 9
New Trier . 34 DanviIIe . 32
New Trier . 50 EvansTon . 25
New Trier . 52 Proviso . . 23
New Trier . . 47 Waukegaiw . 28
New Trier . 49 Maine . . 26
New Trier . 36 Danviile . . . 30
New Trier . . 57 Oak Park . . I8
New Trier . . . 50 IVIorTon . . . . 24
New Trier . . . 56 WesT Rockford . . I0
League IvIeeT aT STaTe MeeT aT
Oak Park New Trier
IsT, New Trier . . 38 IsT. Lane . . . 64
2nd, I-IighIand Park . 35 2nd, Highland Park . 26
3rd, EvansTon . . 26 3rd, New Trier . . I4
championship Frosh-Soph Team produced imporTanT maTeriaI Tor our. j
varsiTy. Peirce McKee, undeTeaTed all season, came Through in The TNS'
Tinal meeT, esTabIishing a new League record in The 200-yard Tree
sTyIe wiTh The Time oT 2:I8.2. The breasT sTroke was well Taken care 'x
of by John Snyder, who Took second in The League meeT, and Jim A
PorTer, who pIaced Third. OTher TreesTyIers who will be mainsTays
of nexT year's squad and who saw acTion This year are Mark LoweII,
who Tinished Third behind McKee in The 200, 5eeIey and Blackburn.
Reid I-Iinricks is a promising iunior backsTroker, as is Chuck Nadler.
if his heaITh aIIows him To regain his oId Torm. ThroughouT The year.
The Team diving was done by STeeIe, I-Iosbein, STowers, Bowler, and
New Trier This year dropped To Third pIace in The sTaTe meeT, ac-
cumuIaTing onIy I4 poinTs. Lane Tech of Chicago Took TirsT pIace 7 - !' I
wiTh 64 poinTs, and I-IighIand Park was second wiTh 26 poinTs. D
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oTher successTuI season, beaTing every Team buT Oak Park, To whom
They Iosr by only a Two poinT margin, 34 To 32. Our mermen were
a Ii++Ie disappoinTed in The League meeT as They Took a close Third
place behind EvansTon and Oak Park, buT The exceIIenT prospecTs Tor
nexT year's Team make up in large measure Tor The loss oT The rneeT.
This year The Treshmen were nearly as prominenT as The sophomores.
Some oT These ouTsTanding individuals are Tom Kroeschell, a consis-
TenT winner in The breasT sTroke, who placed in The League meeT,
Green and JannoTTa, who did well in The 50 and 75-yard Tree sTyle
all year, and GoTTman and Sealey, who also swam The Tree sTyle. The
diving was also done by Two Treshmen, Elwood and Carson. Co-
CapTain Tom ParTiTT, Bond, and Warren did well in The backsTroke,
ParTiTT gaining TirsT and Bond TourTh in The Tinal meeT. Suriano and
Ambler swam The 50-yard Tree sTyle in consisTenTIy good Time, The
Tormer being on The medley relay Team. Besides Kroeschell, EbberT
and WesTrich were good breasTsTrokers, usually gaining seconds in
meeTs. Allrhough The Trosh-soph didn'T Take The TiTIe This year, in
view oT The prospecTs Tor nexT year's squad, iT looks as Though The
championship may well come back To New Trier again.
Row I: Sfaub, Thornfon, Goff
mann, Carson, Ebl::e'r, Warren
Wallen, Gillespie, Hammond
Row 2: Jackson, Burr, Elwood
Wesfrich, Ambler, Bond, Par
feH', Sealy, Green, JannoHa
Kroeschell, Suriano, Gabel
Row 3: Cramlef, Pickup, Barker
Wiseman, Macomber, S+ahI
son, TempIeTon, Pfufzenreufer
HiIdreTh, Seaberg, Parsons
Hargreaves, Taylor, Roberfson
Wolf, Crowe, Gefschow, Samp-
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Q One of +he leasl glorified organizalions in our school, The New
Trier Guard is considered Jrhe backbone of lhe enlire swimming or-
ganizalion. Hs members include boys who have volunreered ro be of
service lo lhe school by helping olhers +0 learn how To swim and +0
ac+ as swimming assislanls. All members who sign up for Jrhe Guard
fully realize +ha'r if is a group for rendering service +o oihers wilhoul
receiving an award ol any lcind. To be chosen head guard by Coach
Jaclcson is lhe highesl honor oblainable in lhe swimming organizalion.
During lhe I945-l946 season, +he Co-l-lead Guards were Bob Copp
and Jim Hargreaves.
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Row 2: Jackson, Jannoffa, Tay-
lor, Wesirich, Wiseman, War-
ren, Sampson, Lechner, Mac-
Taggarf, Hildrefh, Wallen,
Seeley, Burr, Tucker
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C Coach John Nay's I946 VarsiTy Track squad appears To lack The
experience OT The Tine Teams oT previous seasons. As The season
wears on, however, The cindermen are improving TasT, and several
members oT The Team should guaIiTy in The sTaTe championships.
LiTT Clark, who placed Third in The sTaTe meeT IasT year, undoubT-
edly will be ouTsTanding again This year. Also looking Torward TQ,
anoTher good season is hurdler Bob Kunzelman. I
The bulk oT This year's squad is composed oT juniors, oT which sev-
eral are Tine prospecTs. George Jacobi has Turned in The graTiTying
Time oT 2:O4.5 Tor The half mile, while I'IunTer GiIberTson's work in
The mile has been equally good. Chuck Young, Jim Swanson, Dick
STeTFey, and Don Weldon also show greaT promise.
OTher boys who have proven Themselves To be consisTenT poinT-
geTTers include Phil KenT, RusTy MiIIs, Bob Per1berThy, John RoberT-
son, John Spaulding, Don McElroy, Ben MisanToni, and Ted
While The I946 Team may Iose as many meeTs as iT wins, The season
musT be classed as a successTuI one Tor developing Time maTeriaI Tor
ers, Herlocker, Melvoin,
Mayer, KenT, Spaulding
Row 2: MisanToni, Young,
Maher, Penberfhy, McElroy,
Weldon, Rennacker, Herbon
Row 3: Mr. HoyT, Ingram,
Roberfson, Gilberfson, Swan-
son, Johnson, MiIIs, Kunzel-
man, Clarke, Jacobi, Lun-
din, HoI:aarT, Adams, Mr.
Row I: Whife, Grafer, Mey-
C Since The sTarT oT The season, The I946 Trosh-soph Track Team has im-
proved so much ThaT iT is a deTiniTe ThreaT To Talce The Suburban League
Tom Hilliard has proven To be an excellenT sprinTer, and several Times has
been cloclced aT 105.6 Tor The TiTTy-yard dash. Chuck SnorT's worlc in The
hurdles has been pleasing. ln The Tield evenTs, Bill Erman and Craig Richard-
son have shown marked abiliTy. The Team has a number OT good disTance
men, including Chuck Dold, Mack McLaughlin, and Bill Newcomb, who should
be valuable during The ouTdoor season.
Many oT The boys on The Trosh-soph squad will move up To The VarsiTy divi-
sion nexT year, where They will rnalce valuable conTribuTions To The squad.
Row I: Dold, Erhman, ScoTT, Baldwin, Haag, Woalfalls, Spoehr
Row 2: Coolrsey, Kemper, McGrew, Krihzhield, Baller, Shanahan, Killiard
Row 3: Mr. Hoyf, Ingram, WaTlxins, Wolf, Clark, Newcomb, McLaughlin, Pierson, Lamberf, Randau
Fisher, Lindsay, Mr. Nay
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C PredicTions were all ThaT could be made abouT Coach Dick
Clausen's I946 baseball Team aT The Time oT The ECHOES' deadline,
buT iT wasn'T going ouT on a limb To TorecasT a very promising season
Tor The Triermen. WiTh Tive leTTermen reTurning Trom lasT year's
second place Team, and several good prospecTs coming up Trom The
Frosh-Soph Team, They looked like one OT The besT Teams in The
Jack Lockyer, one oT The besT hurlers in The league las+ year, and
Gene Selby, The number Two piTcher on lasT year's Team, made The
piTching sTaTT ouTsTanding. CapTain Bud Bray, hard-hiTTing second
baseman, Park Taylor, sure-Tielding shorTsTop, and heavy-hiTTing Ray
lvlichinard aT TirsT, comprised The reTurning Trio oT inTielders.
Dick RiTTersporn added experience To The crew oT ouTTielders, and
Bill Cowhill was The lone reTurning caTcher. Two iuniors, caTcher
Bob Lauer and shorTsTop Dick Mayer, already had played a Ii++le
varsiTy ball. OTher prospecTs Trom The Frosh-Soph Team included
inTielder Bob ChrisToph, and ouTTielders Don McAlvey and Reed
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Row I: Michinard,
Row 2: Bray
O LasT year's golT squad surprised everyone by
placing Third in The sTaTe, and many members oT
ThaT squad are back again This year. WiTh These
veTerans as a nucleus, Mr. Aram's I946 Team should
be very sTrong.
As The ECI-IOES goes To press, The oTFiciaI rosTer
oT The golf Team has noT been announced, buT
Harry Schwall, Don Wagener, Dick CrawTorcl, Dick
Leonard, Joe Corrnack, and Tom BarneTT are seen
as likely prospecTs.
C The prospeclrs oT The Tennis Team are greaTIy
enhanced This year by The reTurn oT virTuaIIy all OT
lasT year's sTars. Coach Flaningam has noT chosen
his Team as The ECHOES goes To press, buT prob-
able members include Dick Kilner, Ned McGanney,
Jay Green, Jim Meyers, Reg Rice, Phil Nielson, and
Henry Brown. Kilmer and MCG-anney, working as
a doubles Team, did well againsT Tough opposiTion
lasT year, and should have anoTher good season in
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INTRA-lvl URAL SPORTS
C The inTra-mural sporTs program is designed To give as many
sTudenTs as possible The opporTuniTy To compeTe in sporTs and games,
and To develop Their inTeresTs in any oT a wide varieTy of sporTs.
Boys can enTer by signing up Tor The sporTs oTTered. They are:
handball, Tennis, horseshoes, Table Tennis, golT, TooTball skills, and
wresTling TournannenTs. WiTh Their adviser groups, The boys can par-
TicipaTe in soccer, basIceTball, volleyball, and Track relays. AT The
beginning oT each sporT season, sign-up sheeTs are senT To each ad-
viser roorn. The adviser room aThleTic managers have charge oT The
signing-up. This year ivlr. E. Kahler's adviser room won The soccer
championship. Under The supervision and guidance oT Mr. DeFor-
Row I: Gilberfson,
Row 2: Casferline,
INDIVIDUAL I. M.
Row I: Cannon,
Row 2: Crawford,
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resT Showley, and The assisTance OT SporTs Club members, The inTramural sporTs program TuncTions very
smooThly. In order To make The compeTiTion more Tair, iT is evened by disguaIiTying Those aThleTes ouT
Tor maior sporTs, and by seTTing up classiTicaTions according To class and weighT.
The purpose oT SporTs Club is To develop sporTsmanship and leadership, and To Teach The members
knowledge and apprecialrion oT The various sporTs. The oTTicers This year are: Bill Mayer, president
Jim Swanson, vice-presidenT7 and lvlarlc Wells, secreTary-Treasurer. The sponsor is Ivlr. Showley. The
club meeTs every Thursday morning during adviser period. Members of SporTs Club acT as reTerees,
Timers, and scorelceepers aT all inTra-mural games. AT The end oT The year, The senior who has conTrib-
uTed The mosT To The club's worlc is awarded a Trophy, and cerTiTicaTes are presenTed To oTher members
who have done ouTsTanding worlc during The year.
Row I: KiTazaIri, Boyle
Row 2: McGregor, PoHs
I. M. TRACK
Row I: LiHIe, Mills,
Row 2: Rummler, Carlson,
G. A. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD
EDWARDS DRUCKER WATKINS
Presideni- Vice-Presidem' Treasurer
JONES ROSE BERGMANN
SecreTary InTra-Mural Service
ELLIS Sporfs Chairman RIGGS
Social DONALDSON Head of Officials
HEADS OF SPORTS AND ASSISTANTS
Row I: McOuicIe, Knapp, Miller, Dalgefy, Jensen
G. A. A.
O Under The able leadership OT Nancy Edwards, presidenT, and
MargareT Drucker, vice-presidenT, G. A. A. has had a very success-
Tul year. Edirh WaTkins, The Treasurer, kepT Tinances ouT OT The red.
and Mary I-Ielen Jones, The secreTary, kepT a careTuI record OT The
meeTings. MargareT Rose managed The inTra-mural sporTs.
Miss I-Iealy, The Tormer sponsor OT G. A. A., reTurned To New
Trier aTTer Three years OT service in India, where she served as a
supervisor OT American Red Cross clubs. During her absence, Miss
BouITon Took over The sponsorship, which she had Tormerly held Tor
a period OT Ten years.
Early in The fall, G. A. A. arranged a parTy Tor all The Treshman
and new girls. ExhibiTion hockey and speedball games were sTaged,
and The girls meT oThers ThaT were inTeresTed in G. A. A.
The mid-semesTer and spring banqueTs were G. A. A.'s biggesT
social evenTs OT The year. The enTerTainmenT Tor The mid-semesTer
banqueT consisTed OT skiTs by The TacuITy and sTudenTs. The spring
bangueT marked The iniTiaTion OT a greaT many girls. The iniTiaTes
puT on skiTs ThaT were enioyed by everyone.
The Tall sporTs-hockey, speedball, Tennis, and riding-were very
popular. The sophomores won The hockey TOurnamenT, and The
Treshmen were The speedball champions.
Volleyball, recreaTional games, rhyThms, swimming, and riding
were The sporTs oTTered during The second quarTer. The swimming
Team sTarTed Training Tor The meeTs. The juniors ouTdid Themselves
aT The class meeT, and won wiTh quiTe a Tew poinTs To spare. The
volleyball TournamenT was very close: The Treshman and sophomore
Teams Tied Tor The greaTesT number OT poinTs, buT The iunior TirsT
Team was The besT individual Team.
Row I: Kenney, Meacham, Paidar, Billow, Kroeschell, Kline
Row 2: Spielmann, Dawson, Schurmeier, Hurlbui, Belnap Row 2: Kempner, Peterson, Chrisiion, Collins, Dearborn, Cannon, Lamme
Row 3: Nuveen, Kraefsch, Flanagan, Sizer, Calvi Row 3: Hoerger, Loewe, Cooper, Clark, Rouse, Schladen, Kenney, Bruning
During The winTer season, rhyThms, Tumbling, baslcelrball, and
swimming were oTTered. Adviser rooms and class baslceTball Tourna-
menTs were held.
The spring sporTs were swimming, baseball, archery, golT, Tennis,
and riding. The highlighT oT The early spring was The waTer pageanT.
There had noT been a waTer pageanT Tor Three years. This year
beauTiTul cosTumes, comloined wiTh rhyThmic swimming, made a Tine
Some oT The girls who conTrilouTed a greaT deal To G. A. A.'s
success were The page girls, who helped in The gym oTTice: girls who
helped Teachers wiTh swimming classes: and The girls' pool guard.
Two oT The TacTors ThaT made This year so successTul were increased
parTicipaTion and hard work by The girls on The G. A. A. board and
G. A. A. COMMITTEES
Row I: Paidar, Hurlbui, Dallas, Bassler, Kenney Row 2:
Row 2: Burr, King, Turle, Elwood, Malfz Row 3:
Row 3: Koch, Midcllefon, Lloyd, Buhai, S+ewarT
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G. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES
Babcock, Murphy, Siegel, PaIIaT, Johansson, Halldorson, Chase, RibIeH,
Weil, McKenzie, Smifh, Burgess, Schaeffer, King, Bauer, Turle, Paidar
Morrill, Gram, Chrisfian, Schladen, Cross, Rouse, Fargo, Booihe, DeNike,
Peferson, B. Frankenberger, Waldorf
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Row I: Triebold, Millhouse, New-
hall, Langendorf, Riggs, RibIe+T,
Row 2: Burr, Doheny, Kenney, Bal-
lanfyne, PoTTer, Bauer, Moyer,
Row 3: Paider, Meyer, Buhai, Rofh,
Cross, Vanclercoolr, OHS, Shodacelr,
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600 POINT AWARD
Paidar, Harlrness, Ogden
Knapp, Kenney, Chase, Hirsch
Kempner, Calvi, Peferson, Hurlbuf,
Peferson, Kroeschell, M u r r a y
Sherman, Bulley, Meacham, Knapp,
Burns, Hurlbuf, Hari, Donaldson
Chrisman, Wilson, Elwood
300 POINT AWARD
Culberrson, Krae+scI'1, Weinsfein
Adler, Dawson, Billow, Paidar
Turle, Heinzen, Hari, Jones, Coop-
er, Kline, Hoerger
Sherman, RibIeH', Lamme, David-
son, Dempsey, Johnson, ScoH
Meacham, Shinniclr, Spencer, Col-
lins, Meyer, Salmen, Jones, George
800 POINT AWARD
Row I: Malfz, Ogden, Sherman
Row 2: Peferson, Burgoyne
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Row I: Phelps, Dank, Elmer, Ro+I1, Robinson, Scheinfeld
Row 2: Burr, Weil, Morrill, Vandercoolr, Harf, Bassler
Row 3: Gallaway, ScI'1waII, Shaw, Salberg, Pierre, Calvi
Row I: Scheinfeld, Holmes, Bruning..
Row 2: Kenney, Calvi, Chrisiian, Scully
Row 3: Hollingbery, Waflrins, Gridley, Schoeneclr
Row I: Adler, Hoerger, Bremer, Kline
Row 2: Marr, Calvi, Goldreich, Jones
Row 3: Kempner, Barfhold, Rouse, Andrews
Row I: Jones, Adler, Moore
Row 2: Miller, Peferson, Dabrolaua
G. A. A. GOLF
Row I: Young, Crane, Flanagan, Pererson, Waflcins
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SWIMMING ASSISTANTS RIDING
I: Kenney, Kroeschell, Queenan, Schurmeier, Merriam Row I: Rowe, Langendorf, Fischer, Cook, Powell, Weinslein
2: Elwood, Donaldson, Calverf, Hioks Row 2: Kinsloe, Fodor, C. Kraelsch, Baxfer, Buller, Jones,
TELEGRAPHIC SWIMMING Row 3: Burgess, Colburn, J. Kraelsch, James, Gridley, Ehr-
I: Kennedy, Wilson, Ogden, Paidar, Meacham, David- hardl' Size'
Row I: Kline, Meacham, Jones, Bishop
Row 2: Adler, Heinzen, Dempsey, Hoerger
2: Scribner, Wilson, Branch, Jones, Braue, Burns,
Bruning, Clarlc, Wilder, Monl:
Row I: Anderson, Eclcarl' RHYTHM5
Row 2: Hulh, Holmes, Marshall, Weare Row l: Weinslein, Dawson, Chrisfensen, Hafowslri
Row 3: Loewe, Fargo, Rouse, Gelhman, Andrews Row 2: Lawson, Salmen, Calverl, Jameson
JUNIOR SWIMMING TEAM
Wilder, Wilson, Bruning, Braue, Burns, Branch
Row I: Dallas, Edwards, Peferson, Knapp, Jones
Row 2: Rion, Spifz, Wilson, Gram
Row 3: Ogden, Dalgely
ADVISER ROOM MANAGERS
Culberlson, Hoerger, Spence, Moore, Leafhers,
Selclc, May, Jaeger
Doheny, Newhall, Donaldson, McCaIIen, Poller,
Ballanlyne, Hurlbuf, Adler, Eclcarf
Calvi, Redmon, Sherman, Moyer, Schoeneclc, Slew-
ar'I', Clarlr, Obermeier, Dempsey, Bard, Wilson
Row I: Rose, Sherman, Ogden
Row 2: Edwards, Burgoyne
Row I: Sherman, Dawson, Schreiber, Jensen
Row 2: Radder, Leonard, Hollingbery
Row I: J. Adler, Lind
Row 2: Bulley, Mallz, Kline, Hoerger
Row 3: Bassler, N. Adler, Kline, Hoerger
Row I: Chase, Jensen, Ogden, Belnap
Row 2: PoHer, Cooper, George, Peferson, Schurmeier
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acTiviTies and have upheld The repuTaTion oT The preceding Treshman
classes in enThusiasm and inTeresT.
The TaThers and sons had mixers in The gym, and The girls gave
adviser room Teas Tor Their moThers in The Girls' Club Room. There
were also "big sisTer" parTies given Tor The Treshman girls by The
sophomores. All oT These acTiviTies helped The Treshmen To become
beTTer acquainTed wiTh each oTher.
The ouTside acTiviTies mosT widely parTicipaTed in by The Treshman
boys were sporTs, some oT These including Traclc, TooTball, baseball,
and baslceTball, while The girls Took an acTive parT in G. A. A. aTTer-
school sporTs. ln addiTion To This, many opporTuniTies were given To
Treshmen To ioin various clubs.
J'::N'il?TilA V,RO:SllfldG The adviser chairmen, Miss Shaw and Mr. Ream, as well as The
res' en Ice- res' em advisers, deserve a greaT deal OT crediT Tor helping The freshmen ad-
Ons PENNWGTON iusT Themselves To The school and overcome The diTTiculTies oT Their
Treasurer Secreiary TirsT year aT New Trier.
The oTTicers are as Tollows: presidenT, Ned JannoTa: vice-presi-
denT, Ann Roesing: secreTary, Joanne PenningTon: Treasurer, Jim
FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP
Clingman, McCoy, Franlcenberger, Do+y, Paschen, Cook, Taylor, Wilson, Jones, Marcus, Meyers, Mannix, Burlingame,
Rye, BeHs, Koch, Raymond, DayTon, Kenney, Hurlbu+, Chapin, Brown, BuTler, Nixon, Lemon, Jones, Gould, Nay, Parlrin
Sfaub, Roberfson, Washburn, Seng, While, Beglen, Unger, Roesing, LeggiTT, Spence, Hufh, Haseliine, Schmidf, Hinrichs,
STeinberger, Miles, Rouse, BarThold, Mallen, Elrod, Schoeneck, Jones, Nielsen, Richmond, Jones, Logan, PaxTon, Alley,
Samuelson, Craig, Gibbons
Maison, Sharpe, Cooper, Brown, Randau, Dalfon, Sex, Wallen, JannoTTa, Baldwin, Moore, Tragnifz, Scofl, FelTes, Bray,
Whife, Elclund, Digel, Huclr, Helper, Ellis, Jenness, Core, WaTTs, LaTimer, Dean, Carson, Teeple, Carson
,f , 'r if
Hendrickson, Maher, Luslgarlen,
Raymond, Mrs. Cook, Shupe, Rog-
ers, Schedler, Webb, Grefzbaugh
Grimm, Allegan, Feairheller, Ser-
geanf, Hodgson, Devine, Spence,
Boor, Wild, Vincenl, Van Devenler
Gamble, Carey, Anderson, Meincke,
Mclnlosh, Swanson, McCallen,
Williams, Roe, Shapiro, Daulf,
Wriqhf, I-lellis, Nickol, Nolan,
Crilchelr, Cloud, McBain, Selby,
Schmidr, VanValkenburgh, Price,
Zimmerman, Paxlon, Miles, Rouse,
Cowles, Harbison, Nay, Eriksen,
Seng, Prasinos, McSIoy, Torrey,
Schopen, Clark, Daugherfy, Hur-
ley, McCoy, Sergenl, Richmond,
Lewis, Bauman, Miller, Powell, Miss
Deames, Faifh, Hovey, Queenan,
Vennard, Berg, Schmidr, Herrsch-
ner, Herberf, Fargo, Clark, Cam-
bridge, WiH', Gavin
Rogers, Sfevens, Andersen, Lund-
sirom, Allen, ScoH', Bosch, Linnig,
Nafenberg, Brown, Buller, Srenfi-
ford, Sloker, Lindberg, Jung, Pen-
ney, Josf, Wennerberg
Rippberger, Kelley, Houslon, De-
Nike, Gefhman, Sfeinberger, Pow-
ers, Weis, Wells, Borre
Lee, Richburg, Howard, Hahl, Miss
Durgin, Heberling, Rosenrhal,
Holmes, Rye, Wigglesworfh
Anderson, Hagan, Berry, Coburn,
Miss Gahagan, Nineman, Musson,
Mannix, Mifchell, Clingman, Van
Deusen, Roddewig, Marcon, Peler-
son, Jones. Holmes
Marshall, Krueger, Gallaway, Paul-
ey, Binner, Hendry, Galanle, Cook
Shaw, Schilgren, De Vilfo, Tucker,
Myers lSr. Ass'I'l, Mr. Gannaway,
Richer, Washburn, Koelling, Mal-
Spiegel, Magie, Bruecks, Hoffman,
Karslake, Wiley, Grassel, Warren,
Kallman, Ellis, Bray
Pacini, While, Talley, Johnson,
Spoehr, Jannofla, Sloesslein, Rich-
ardson, Logan, Sleel
Bergquisf, Moser, FerreHi, Parker-
son, Mr. Henderson, Campbell,
Monfgomery, Pair, Braalen, Rose
Cooksy, ScoH, Burch, Perkins,
While, Dielerich, Moore, Conner,
Evans, Bergman, Pasinalo, Lyle,
Shepard, Kolsrod, Colkins, Happ,
Horen, Richardson, Bray, Bayden,
Van Devenfer, Fischer, Schupp,
Row I: Goffman, Misanfoni,
Bemus, D'Asaro, Mr. Jones,
BenneH, Neuman, Aulh, Blaise
Row 2: Moore, Barnich, Simon-
sen, Haag, Helke, While, Kufz,
Row 3: Borkovifz, Parker, Burke,
Ohlson, Goldsmifh, Carson,
Lederle, Sfewarl, Fisher, Ried-
Row I: Kuiken, Burkhardf, Wade.
Sfaub, Mr. Lighfner, Michinard
lSr. Helperl, Paxfon, Doherly,
Levifefz, D. Wrigh+
Row 2: W. Wrighf, O'Brien,
Dalfon, Krohl, Gaihercoal,
Kerr, King, Perkins, Dean, Nor-
ris, Amdur, Peferson, Billingsly
Row 3: Cooper, Jenney, Schu-
macher, Geier, Moody, Wood,
Wafson, Machinnon, Lafimer,
Van Schaach, Beglen, Sfubbs
Row I: Townsend, Kalmes, Caley,
Carlson, Miss Moeller, Wahl,
Rowe, Mackenrofh, Builer
Row 2: Widau, Donohue, Gould,
S+ekoll. Obermeier, Whelan,
M c D o n a ld, Frankenlaerger,
Weare, Maurifz, Andrews
Row 3: Granf, Sparberg, Schuy-
ler, Davis, Bard, Haselfine,
Buckingham, Mayer, Dayfon,
Wolf, Kelley, Ripley
Row I: Nelson, Linn, Arey, Miss
MudgeH', James, Sfowers, Cum-
Row 2: Libeson, Huck, Sherman,
Hinlernhoff, Huddles+on, Hufh,
Wessel, Leggifi, Andrews,
Row 3: Gilberfson, Arnheim,
Manierre, Meling, Wells, Cleve-
land, Schifflin, Lemon, Hedges
Row I: Leaion, Unger, Thomp-
son, Gross, Mr. Pifer, Plamon-
don, Hayes, Craig, Jersic, Lin-
Row 2: Huyler, Huck, Eklund,
Fragnifz, Kivland, Elliof, Mc-
lver, Hargreaves, MacFarland,
Row 3: Sealey, Madson, Slade,
Rubin, Gersdorf, Merrill,
Abegg, Jewell, Alley, Cessna
Row I: Core, Trysleif, Schmidf,
Free, Mr. Reynolds, Don Brown
lsenior ass'I'I, Jones, Halper,
Row 2: Hinshaw, Pearson, Samp-
son, Berger, BenneH, Smifh,
Thiessen, Krumm, Benson, Ofis
Row 3: Diefz, ScoH', Lang+ry,
Pope, Bergman, D. Jones,
Granl-, Brown, Snook, Bishop
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Row I: Coolidge, Kilazaki, Bur-
Swaim, Selby lsenior
ass'll, While, Nelson, Polls,
Row 2: Wallen, Woolfolk, Shel-
lon, Wallace, Harlshorne,
Cross, Templelon, Baldwin,
Row 3: Frazier, Beinlich, Tel:-
bells, Randau, McGrew, Mis-
anloni, Cooper, Samuelson,
Row I: Roclell, Eccles, Shaykin,
Adler, Miss Sleighl, Bells,
Johnson, Hurllaul, Choale
Row 2: Neumann, Hinrichs, Dan-
ner, Burgess, Gulhridge, Hunl-
er, Nielson, Parkin, Hickey
Row 3: Wilson, Edwards, Pasch-
en, Chrislensen, Chapman,
Scoll, Koch, Marcus, Gilberl
Row I: Elwood, Wallers, Hassan,
Mr. Swain, Whilehead ISr.
Ass'll, Carson, Sherman, Walls
Row 2: Wickman, McDermo'H,
Slreel, P'Iul'zenreul'er, Harlnell,
Lucchesi, Norlon, Digel, Jen-
Row 3: Pelli, Jacobs, Green,
Chrislensen, Balmes, Feuer,
Olfaviani, Fa rrancl
Row I: Siegel, Myer, Koefz,
Madden, Miss Vlaslo, Schnei-
der, Trom, Mal'ol', Nixon
Row 2: Kemler, Elrod, Rayburn,
Clinlon, Nyhus, Auslin, Slill-
man, Salberg, Jones, Kenney
Row 3: Hoffmann, Barlon, Schoe-
neck, Humphrey, Schladen,
Adlkinson, Elserle, Baird, Fox
C. O. WATE RS
Row I: Gillespie, Peacock, San-
der, Yosf, Mr. Walers, Tucker
ISr. Ass'll, Roberlson, Murphy,
Row 2: Chellain, Sex, Heinzen,
Sprague, Walfers, Wolf, Rulh,
Johnson, Mickey, Cooke, Leach
Row I: Brown, Kimbark, Mead,
Hughes, Mlss Whillield, Pen-
ninglon, Munns, Morris, Peck,
Row 2: Lynch, Price, Loeffell,
Reiley, King, Reckill, Barlhold,
McMichael, Jamison, Clausen,
Vodoz, Wooden, Waldorf, Funk-
Row 3: Woodruff, Ruggio, Bar-
reH', Chapin, Jones, Roddick,
Loewe, Sensiba, Burlingame,
Chavkin, Olis, Marshall, Feldon
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O Under The leadership oT Tour compeTenT oTTicers, The sophomore
class seT a high sTandard oT leadership, sporTsmanship, and parTici-
paTion Tor sophomores of The TuTure. The class oTTicers are: Jean
Kemper, presidenT: Mary Davidson, vice-presidenT: MarTha Dear-
born, secreTaryg and Bob Shanahan, Treasurer. l'lighlighT oT The
year Tor The sophs was The Sophomore ParTy, held March 2. The
sophomores Themselves provided skiTs and individual TalenT Tor The
enTerTainmenT, which was Tollowed by The grand march inTo The din-
ing hall, where They danced To The music oT Chuck Kraemer's
Much crediT is due Miss l'lursT and Mr. Grinnell, The sophomore
adviser chairmen, Tor The help and guidance ThaT They so willingly
have given ThroughouT The year. The advisers, Too, deserve recogni-
Tion Tor Their Tireless eTTorTs in aiding Their advisees.
The sophomores may look back proudly on Their record Tor parTici-
paTion in school acTiviTies. This year The sophomore girls won The
G. A. A. inTer-class hockey TournamenT, and The boys won The Frosh- presidenf v3ce-p,e,ide,,+
Soph TooTball Suburban League' championship Tor The'TirsT Time in DEARBORN SHANAHAN
New Trier s hisTory. Mrs. Morris adviser room ranked highesT among Secrehry Treasurer
The sophomore girls in magazine sales in The Girls' Club magazine
drive. This year's sophomore class, aided by Their advisers and oTTi-
cers, have proved Themselves well deserving oT New Trier's praise.
SOPHOMORE HONOR GROUP
Row I: Zipprodl, Buehler, Shinniclr, McDonnell, Forbes, Torrison, Dempsey, Bullen, Chrisfenson, Billow, Bushman, Mooney
Wardley, Culberfson, Krae+sch, Gilchrisr, Ehrlich, Wallace, Ellmore, Sosna, SchaeFfer, Nichols, Haiowski, Burr,
RibleH, Hanser, Emrich, Wilson, Cannon
Row 2: Misanioni, Sherman, Tomei, Baker, Rice, Robson, TrauTwein, Young, Ballard, McAfee, Erwin, Lowell, Davis, Free-
man, Korfh, Walxeley, Leisch, Vandercook, James, Gram, Kidder, Harf, Jones, Haug, Craig, Ross, Zelznick
Ramsay, Crcfoof. Kolflaf, Henderson
Row 3: ShafTon, Taylor, Mariin, Seaberg, Richmond, Schaeffer, Beckman, Har+ray, Crane, Fox, Lerch, Hackbarih, Warner,
Bray, Birkelunal, Giffen, Yusf, Aish+on, O'NeiI, Paddock, Barnes, Powell, Simmons, Liebman, Clarke, Trense
Hemphill, Braun, Layer, Coafes, Brown, Fageni
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Row I: Shafion, Tomei, Dunn,
Wong, C. O. Graler, Traul-
wein, Robson, Gabel, JenneH
Row 2: Parfiff, Hess, BenneH,
Arms, Hancock, Davis, Posey,
Krippes, McCoy, Slamin, Mc-
Row 3: Burleigh, Siegel, Ross,
Layer, Dempsey, Burke, Gra-
ham, Zeivel, Hammond, Befhke
Row I: Hafcwski, Peasfer, Beand,
Hoffman, Kuh, Miss Hadden,
Cederberg, Frei, McMas+er,
Row 2: Julian, Chubb, Monf-
gomery, Bauer, Pierre, Hamil-
Ion, Phelps, Erwin, Freeman,
BeaH'y, McCarI'hy, Redmon
Row 3: Ackley, Cannon, Buck-
man, Billow, Meacham, Paidar,
Elmore, Abrams, Murray, Thal-
man, Larson, Kraeisch
Row I: EIIis, Drew, Prue, Lurie,
Mr. Harper, Henderson, Hoag,
Sfanford, CIin'I'on, Halls
Row 2: Devine, Cro'Foo+, Crane,
Lowrey, Lyons, Harmas, Krafsch,
Simmons, Clarke, Behan, O'NeiI,
Row 3: Hochmueller, Levifefz,
Srowe, Clausen, Dewey, Chal-
Iinor, Gimbel, Theis, Smirh,
Row I: Schaelifer, R. Evensfad,
Aish+on, Bevier, Mr. Holland,
Misanfoni, Bucher, Scheyer,
Row 2: Smifh, Monfgomery,
Gonzalez, Aishfon, Whire, Cu-
sick, Randau, D. Evens+ad,
Maylham, Meyers, Bray, Bul-
Row 3: Phibbs, Harfray, Hunl,
Lukemen, Thalman, Aronson,
Pesafuro, Furs+, Cormack, Wesl-
rich, Parsons, Zaring
Row I: Kinsloe, Behrendf, Murphy,
Goldberg, Miss King, Engel-
hard, Hagen, Trees, Burke,
Row 2: Brannen, Danforih, Rob-
inson, Norris, O'Grady, Vander-
cook, McCarn, Jones, Fry,
Vedovell, Hawes, Gerwe
Row 3: Legner, Jensen, Sosna,
McDonnell, Quayle, Bulley,
Fischer, Schmidf, Pasinafo,
Row I: Packard, Jones, Cam-
beII, Zipprodr, Beckmann, Miss
Klein, Gufhrie, Murphy, Moon-
ey, Adler, Bassler
Row 2: Muller, Wallowiiz, Shin-
nick, Ferraro, Kalk, Taylor, WiH',
Evans, Roberrson, Cull, Glaser
Row 3: Braun, BuIIen, Lorgren,
Harbison, Schaeffer, S+eFFens,
Sfewarf, Brady, Lawson, Clark
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Row I: Frederickson, Ball, Tomas
sene, Brigham, Brower, Lever-
nier, Rice, Jacobs, Hilliard
Row 2: Ives, Burnside, McDoug
al, Schmifz, Sfreef, Chrislian
sen, Pelers, Glass, Shade
Hemphill, Humphrys, Kelso
Row 3: Schwarfing, Bargam
Weiler, Pendlefon, Braun, Leon-
ard, De Carlo, Hifes, Gelder-
man, Schneider, Coleman
Row I: Kellogg, Slinson, Larson
Lloyd, Robson, Taylor, Macey
Row 2: Dalkin, Homan, Collison
Buena, Benevenfi, Page, Fox
Tripicchio, Arubler, Jordan
Row 3: Eggleslon, Scholl, Chapin
Kraniz, Fiorio, Salmen, Papier:
ski, MacDougaII, Fagen
Row I: Campbell, Mayer, PiaH
Leichsenring, Mrs. Morris, Ken:
yon, Levy, Wallace, McGrew,
Row 2: Hans, Marr, Kidder
Schmidf, F. Johnson, B. John:
son, Monk, Young, Goddard,
Row 3: A. Kendrick, Klein, Nich-
ols, Doluick, Hammerman,
Weber, Davidson, D. Kendrick,
Row I: Hinkley, Del Re, Mac-
donald, Baker, Poppell, Mr.
Nay, Houghfon, Johnson, Bel-
Row 2: Lucas, Brooks, Higbee,
Close, Allen, Snorf, Dunne, C.
Macomber, B. Macomber, Eis-
enberg, Hawor+h, Wiseman,
Row 3: Shannon, KoIFIa+, Black-
well, Fisher, Pierson, Schneider,
Mills, Mackenzie, Freyer, Bech-
man, Hildrefh, Taylor, Lindsay
Row I: Coaies, Krasberg, Mc-
Kee, Charles, Mr. Simonds,
Wolff, Kendrick, Allen, Hal-
Row 2: Slahl, Henning, Clark,
Kahn, Yusf, Wolf, Alger, Cra-
Row 3: Weisman, Segil, Worfh-
inglon, Hurley, Powell, Powers,
Row I: Bell, LuHer, Bolfon, Eflel-
son, Mrs. S+ewar+, Berner,
Abrahms, Rion, Slown
Row 2: Wakeley, Maurer, Roof,
Severson, Evans, Roe, Zeiss,
Selkregg, Rossberger, Brown,
Row 3: Hang, Slephenson, Dear-
born, Dempsey, Jannes, Chris-
iensen, G-osseH', M u r r a y,
Moore, Connell, Misanloni
O The junior class, led by ils ollicers-Belly Lind, presidenl: Jack
Donahue, vice-presidenl: Diana Bray, secrelaryy and Bob Lauer,
lreasurer-climaxed a very successlul year wilh lhe annual Junior
Prom. The ollicers, along wilh a commillee consisling ol one slu-
denl lrom each adviser room, succeeded in making il a wonderlul
parly. Miss I-lamillon, chairman ol junior girls, and Mr. Vernon,
chairman ol junior boys, devoled a greal deal ol lheir lime lo help-
ing wilh lhe Prom.
There were several changes in junior advisers lhis yearg Mrs.
Talham look over Mrs. Cockrells adviser room, Mrs. Walers look
over Mrs. Birlman's, Miss Pallerson look over Miss Becker's, and Mrs.
Thurman look over Mrs. Fish's. Mr. Hoskins, who has relurned lrom
DONAHUE service in lhe Navy, look over Mr. Van Deursen's group.
VIce'P'esIde"I Because lhe college problem is becomingly increasingly dillicull,
LAUER Miss Maloney gave a lalk al lhe beginning ol lhe second semesler
Tfeasufef lo all lhe molhers ol lhe junior girls. This helped lo clear up any
cjueslions lhal arose in regard lo colleges.
Nol only did lhe juniors keep lheir scholaslic average high lhis
year, bul lhey also lound lime lo parlicipale in exlra-curricular acliv-
ilies. A lew ol lhe juniors became members ol lhe TNT Eleclion
JUNIOR HONOR GROUP
Kadylr, Paxlon, Johnson, Spaulding, Wells, Brown, Kahn, Coales, Williams, Eclrharl, Ingram, Hodgson, Sleele, Geniesse,
McKee, Lillle, Snyder, Janis, Thompson, Brown, Levy, Loclzerbie, McCarn, Copello, Bowler, Weldon, Nasalir, Harl,
Weare, Fischer, Elwood, Middlelon, Nuveen, Pope, Allheimer, Noble, Wilson, Parsons, Aclon, Robinson, Burns, Snider,
Fulfon, Barnes, Rye, Bond, Rice, Branch, Collins, Chernin, Lafferly, Greeley, Peirce, Scheinleld, Hurley, Brown, Tomei,
Selck, Schoeneclr, Hoy, Harllf, Lagerlorf, Casad, Schawe, Olaerg, Brown, Beasley, Broolrs, Loewe, Gadske, Fonder,
Hollr, Kenney, Kroeschell, Bremer, Roeddiger, Wesser, Liniclr, DeHarl, Omori, Cajlca, Busby, Holh, Funkhouser, Wanner,
5 r 1 z .
Hussander. Griswold, Gerling, Emery, Mrs. Borhelc, Broclcell, Phipps,
OHS, Suylcer, Richardson, Collins, Koller, Thompson, Davis, Podolslry,
Laing, Linde, Wilson, Brown, Oberg, King, Kive, Becker
Row I: Schneider, Galleway, Marsh, DeHarf, Miss Bredin, Omori, Srancoe, Busby, Harishorne
Row 2: BeuH'as, Calvi, Ferreffi, Wilson, Bruce, Slcodacek, Bruning, Morrison, Smilh
Row 3: Minns, Presse, Bray, Mabry, Walser, Mccarfhy, Turner, Warden, Grauer, Braue
Ross, Ferris, Mayer, Ziegler, Mr. Caion, Bowser, Young, Grofihus,
Anderson, Rennaclrer, Chalmers, Smifh, Lauer, Harris, Robson, Fried-
Roberfs, Keller, Mills, Drechsler, Pinlcham, Greear, Hinrichs, Brown,
Row I: Shuarf, Wells,
Mr. Clausen, Morihiro,
Row 2: Adams, Enrighf,
Nodler, Roos, Balmes,
Mau, Newman, Johnson
Row 3: Lanphear, BarneH
Sibley, McElroy, Shine,
Row I: Ta'f+, Weare,
Mr. Coburn, Conlon,
Paxfon, Keller, Nasaiir
Row 2: Sione, Rice,
McKee, Pope, Tolman,
Himes, Daves, S'Iree'I',
Row 3: Lee, Bowler,
Eckhart Ross, Kohler,
Row I: Marschall,
Mrs. Cockrell, Leipold,
Row 2: WIH, Elmer,
Selclc, Alfvin, Schmifz,
Row 3: Gunlher,
Row I: Ludgin, Babcock,
Mr. Condon, Akers,
Johnson, Perkins, Haase
Row 2: Cravens, Maiof,
Row 3: Coafes, Bondy,
Row I: Hayes, Vaughan,
Mr. Cramlel, Kilroy,
Row 2: Moller, Young,
Reif, Mueller, Clapp
Row 3: Jupp, Williams,
Frische, Hass, DuVall,
Row I: Thompson,
Schoeneclx, Ba renbrugge,
Fonder, Mrs. Gallie,
Row 2: Middlelon,
Miller, Mayer, Jones,
Parsons, Cusiclr, Belding
Row 3: Eisler,
Row I: Marlin,
Jochum, Mr. Hoslrins,
Row 2: Loclcerbie, Haas,
Row 3: Porler,
Row I: Wanner, Radlce,
Row 2: Berlin,
Bond, Widau, Pope,
Row 3: Roeddiger,
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Row I: Marsh, Hunf,
Hari-, LiHIe, Miller
Row 2: Thompson,
Sfarlcee, Cram, Balmes,
Row 3: Morgensfern,
Lindsay, Hoyne, Lowell,
Row I: Carlson, Magglos,
Row 2: HoggaH-,
Row 3: Phipps, Elcman,
Row I: Doherfy, James,
Row 2: Mercer,
Alfheimer, Lichfer, Acfon
Peferson, Nuveen, Miller
Row 3: PaIIaI', Spinlc,
Jacob, Brown, Kivland,
Row I: Glauner, Laurine,
Miss Veach, Gillman,
Row 2: Mann, Pollen,
Dowd, Robinson, Fulfon,
Wilder, Kenney, Hilfon,
Row 3: Knobel, Loewe,
Row I: Hofh, Lamme,
Mrs. Wafers, Snyder,
M. Smi+h, Soper, Malfz
Row 2: Sherman,
Tomei, Buford, Meyers,
D. Smifh, Moore,
Row 3: Koch,
Row I: Sullivan, Schnell,
Mr. Wehr, Thornfon,
O'Brien, Sufers, Fischer
Row 2: Seashore,
Mahan, Dudley, Green,
Row 3: Moon, S+eFFey,
Poling, Claris, Meyers,
Beebe, Ferraro, Siaalc
Row I: Brooks, Curry,
Miss Weiler, Cailxa,
Row 2: Woods, Dickson,
Collins, Rofh, Sheehan,
Scribner, Trom, Hypes,
Row 3: Bremer, Weber,
Marfins, Werner, Drew,
Row I: Huck, Fodor,
Miller, Miss Whife,
Row 2: McCurdy,
Wade, Sepp, Chernin
Row 3: Mink. Johannesen
Brigqs, Spies, Nelson,
BOYS' HONOR SOCIETY
Row I: Melvoin, McConnell, Rich, Nelson, Anderson, Hefler, Whiiehead, Harnsberger, Fender, Sfrobel, Mills, Evensiad
Row 2: Rugen, Myers, Yager, Kilner, Genfles, Rux, Edmonds, Krueger, Perkins, Wagener
Row 3: Ynfema, Mills, McGanney, Dudley, Brown, Carney, Crampfon, Taylor, Galey, Law
GIRLS' HONOR SOCIETY
Row I: Ballanryne, Sesferhenn, Moseley, Traulwein, Jones, Drucker, Riggs, Fish, Main, Jameson, Adler, Tinsley, Dalgefy, Doheny, Lund,
Maupin, Duvall, Lind
Row 2: Mendelsohn, Wafkins, Goldreich, Sfephens, Moyer, Gufhridge, Schurmeier, Lindberg, Leonard, Bergmann, Vernon, Beaven, Williams,
Cooper, Frazier, Dallas, Fursl, Gordon
Row 3: Small, Bauer, Crane, Norris, Price, Wilson, Hackeff, Hicks, Ekholm, Lloyd, Cross, Donaldson, Ellis, Woleben, Chrisman, Hurlbuf,
. . . unc! .Amor oczfefy
T. N. T. ELECTION BOARD
Row I: Williams, Edwards, Tinsley, Rose, Beaven, Vernon
Row 2: Whifeheacl, Campbell, Carney, Clarke, Slowers, Bray, Siackhouse
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I-IONOR SOCIETY AND T. N. T.
0 The I'Ionor Sociely is composed of sludenls who for seven
semeslers have mainlained grades which average 3.20 or
above. Those who have Transferred from olher high schools
musl have allended New Trier for a minimum of Three semes-
Iers Io be eligible for Ihis honor.
T. N. T. is Ihe highesr all-around dislinclion a sludenl can
win al New Trier. II is awarded for leadership and parlicipa-
lion in school acfiviries. The Iellers T. N. T. sfand for The
Lalin words Tenax, Nobilis, Triumphans, meaning Sleadiasl,
Noble, and Vicrorious. Each year The senior members of
T. N. T. and nexl year's eleclion
board are chosen by Ihe board se-
lecled 'rhe previous year.
Because Ihe new members of
T. N. T. and Ihe winners of Ihe Tri-
Ship and D. A. R. awards had nor
been chosen al Ihe lime Ihe
ECI-IOES wenl Io press, Iheir pic-
lures could nor be included in Ihis
Q This year's senior class is The TirsT in Tour years To graduaTe in peace Time. TT has led many acTiviTies, and worked hard
on drarnaTic producTions, The opera, chariTy drives, liTerary publicaTions, banqueTs, and Lagniappe.
Problems arising wiThin The class were discussed by The STeering CommiTTee, which consisTed of The class oTTicers and one
member Trom each adviser room. The CornmiTTee also had charge oT collecTing class dues, The class giTT, and organizing The
annual Senior l-lop, which This year was held June 8 aT The EdgewaTer Beach l-loTel.
The Tine spiriT and enThusiasTic eTTorTs oT The class oT '46 have helped To malce New Trier whaT iT is Today. The seniors
will carry This spiriT wiTh Them wherever They go, and will conTinue To meeT obligaTions and responsibiliTies equally well.
The class is very graTeTul To Miss Maloney and Mr. Kahler, The senior adviser chairmen, Tor iT could noT have accomplished
all ThaT iT has wiThouT Their advice and skilhful guidance.
ii Mcdowslf T PAUL RETNHARDT D. smm-i px. smm-i une
MARY LO U HACKETT
Row I: Saunders, Queen-
an, HurIbu+, CIarIce
HacIceH', Edwards, Sher-
Row 2: DaIge+y, Pen-
berfhy, Tucker, EIIis
McGanney, Green, Fra-
E. CHARLENE JOANN RICHARD D. GEORGE E. BETTY J. JEANNE L.
ADLER ALLEN ALMGREEN ALTFILISCH ALTMANN
HAROLD F. COLUMBINE
DONALD A. EUGENE M. JOHN A. EDWARD K. MOSELLE E. SUZANNE L.
ANDERSON ANDERSON ANDERSON ANDREWS ATWATER ATWATER
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JOHN B. GRACE A. JEAN H. WILLIAM J. JAMES V.
BAER BAHR BALLANTYNE BALMES BAPTISTA
STANLEY JANET BARBARA A. DALE R. MARK H.
BARTHOLD BASSETT BAUER BAUER BAXTER
NORMAN F. VIRGINIA W. ALBERT C. GERALDINE M. DOROTHY A. CALVIN L
BEACH BEAVEN BECKEN BEERLING BELNAP BEMUS
GEORGIA ANN MARTHA JEAN
WILLIAM C. SHIRLEY M. I MARGARET ANN EUGENE P. LEON P. I ROBERT
BLACK BLIETZ BOHNE BOUDART BRANSCOME BRAVE
JAMES J. BARBARA J. PHILIP BARBARA DONALD O. SALLY L.
BREEN BRICKER BRIGGS BROADHURST BROWN BROWN
T DAN'L H. I JAY K. LAWRENCE M. JANET DAVID ROBERT E.
BRUSH BUCK BUESCHER BUIST BULL BULLARD
SENI U P1
BRUCE MARY KAY
JO ANN RUTH J. DAVID R. SHIRLEY S. ELAINE H. DIANTHE
I BURMEISTER BURNS BURT BUTLER BUZAN CAHN
BETTY JO ERNEST F. KATHERINE MARTHA B. WILLIAM C. BARBARA J.
CALVERT CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CAMPBELL CANNON
V LAWRENCE J. MEL C. BURTON D. CHARLES E. NETTIE CAROL J.
I CARNEY CARNEY CARTER CATON CEDERSTRAND I CHALMERS
NANCY s. KENT DONALD D. LENA
CHASE CHETLAIN cr-new cr-uuKAs
BARBARA L. LITTRELL J.
C. ROBERT DONALD E.
ALICE L. A JOAN A. EVE JANICE N.
COLBU RN COLTMAN COMPTON CONOVER
JANET L. ROBERT B. MARTHA ELAINE
COOPER COPP CORY COUTRE
BENNETT W. CAROLINE
WILLIAM J. ARTHUR R.
PATRICIA M. PATRICIA GEORGE DELANO JEAN
CRANE CROSS CRITTENTON DALGETY
E. MITZI ' MAURICE J.
WILLIAM V. JEAN L. ELINOR S. JOYCE G. AMY JILL
DANNER DAULT DAVID DAVIDSON DAVIS DAWSON
PASQUALE JOAN M.
on CESARE DIDIER
AUGUST J. CECILIA PATRICIA M. JOSHUA ' JANE A. EDITH
DI VENANZO DI VENANZO DOHENY DOI DONALDSON DOTTAVIO
NANCY LOU WALTER D. ROGER L. MARGARET F. ROSEMARY LOIS K. I
DOWER DRAPER DREW DRUCKER DRUM DU MONG
KATHLEEN ANN RICHARD H. CARRIE LEE JANE B. SAMUEL P.
DUNN DUVALL EBBERT ECKHOLM EDGERTON EDMONDS
NANCY A. M. OUINN GLORIA J. CHARLOTTE A. ROSEMARY A. SHIRLEY C.
EDWARDS ELLIS ELY EMRICH ENGELS EPP
EDITH A. PAUL K. I
ERIKSEN EVANSTAD '
DALE R. JAMES W. JOAN H. FERDINAND F. EUGENE T. L. ANN
FALK FARRINGTON FELLERS FENDER FERGUSON I FERGUSON
GLORIA C. JAMES B. PATRICIA ROSEMARY DANIEL H. I LOUIS R.
FISH FISHER FLANAGAN FLEISCHMANN FLETCHER FLINKER
MADELON I ELIZABETH ANN EDWARD J. MARILYN RICHARD K. HERBERT D.
FORSYTHE FOX FRAKE FRAZIER FREY FRIED
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JOAN D. JIMMY EDITH A. JOHN A. PHILIPPA JUNE
FRISCH FUKIMOTO FURST GALEY GARCIA GAYLORD I
WILLIAM R. I MARY
B. JOAN SAMUEL T. JOCELYN ALICE A. I PATRICIA JOAN E. .
GENGE GENTLES GEORGE GIBBONS GILL GIMSE
DIVO A. RUTH A. LOIS M. I MARY MARGARET FRANCIS M. VIRGINIA W. 'L
GLORIO GOCKEL GOLDREICH GORDEN GORMLEY GOSLING A
DONALD R. HOWARD JAY W. NANCY J. WILLIAM ROY
GRAY GREEN GREEN GREENHALGH GRIES GRIEVES
ROBERT FRANCES E. MARY LOU LILLIAN L. DONALD H. AUDREY
GROVE GUTHRIDGE HACKETT HAKANSON HALE HALLDORSON
JEANNE G. LENORE J.
CAROL D. NANCY A. DONALD A. ROBERT A. BARBARA A. DAVID C.
HAMANN HARKNESS HARNSBERGER HARRISON HARTWIG HASCALL
CARL H. MIMI JOAN M. CHARLES M. ANNA J. SUZANNE V.
HAUG HAWKINS HAWTHORNE HAYES, JR. HAYNES HEDGES
MITCHELL J. GREGORY B. JOAN N. DONNA M. MARY LOU ARLENE
HEFTER HEIN HENDERSON HENDRICKSON HERB HERMAN
CARL O. ROBERT B. VINNIE PHILIP B. SCOTT W. MAXINE
HEY HICKS HICKS HILLINGER HILLIS HIRSCH
CHARLES ROBERT E.
ROGER L. NANCY T. FRANCES L. ROBERT J. MARY JANE ROBERT J.
HOSBEIN HOUGHTON HOWERTON HUDSON HUEBNER HUNTER
MARY W. MARGUERITE JOHANNA M. HANNAH E. CAROL M. J. PETER
HURLBUT HUSSEY HUTTEN HUTZMAN ILC-5 JACKY
ELAINE C. LEONTINE NANCY J. ESTHER A. AVIS M. JOSEPH E.
JAEGER JAMESON JAMISON JANNEY JANNES JANNOTTA
LAWRENCE E. JENS T. MURIEL E. KARIN M. DORIS I. ELAINE G.
JARCHOW JENSEN JENSEN JOHANSSON JOHNSON JOHNSON
ROGER F. STUART L.
BARBARA M. DUDLEY S. ANDREA EVELYN E. LESLIE NANCY V.
JONES JONES JORGENSON JOST JOST JUNG
SUZANNE M. ALAN VIRGINIA E. PATRICK G. IRVIN M. DOROTHY
KALMES KARP KARSTEN KEIG KELLER KEMPNER
PHILIP J. RICHARD B. BARBARA E. JOHN A. WILLIAM E. DONALD
KENT KILNER KING KING KIRCHBERG I KIRSCI-IBRAUN
PATRICIA L. ROSA S. JANE P. JOHN G. MARGOT G. MARY JANE
KNAPP KOMATSUKA KOPPER KOROPP KRENSEL KRENSKY
CLIFFORD W. DAVID H.
ERNEST JOHN H. ROBERT C. MARGARET E. STUART WILLIAM S.
KUHN KUIKEN KUNZELMAN LAING LANE LANE
JAOUELIN l CHRISTIE L. ' RAYMOND w. STUART O. THOMAS M. BETSY B.
LA ROY LASATER LAss LAW LEAHY LEARNED
BARBARA M. EDWARD J. JAMES. R. JORDAN J. BARBARA RICHARD C.
LEONARD LESZCZYNSKI LEWIS LEWIS LIEBMAN . LIEPOLD
GERALDINE R. JOAN M. VIVIAN C. JANIS M. SHIRLEY MAY JAMES A.
LIND LINDBERG LINDEEN LINDELL LIPS LISBERG
KATHERINE J. MARGARET E.
JOHN H. PATRICIA M. JOHN R. MARI LOUISE D. MARION E.
LOCKYER LORD LUENSMAN LUND LYMAN MACDONALD
MARY L. CHARLENE M. GEORGINE E. WILLIAM D. DONALD G. JEANNE L.
MAHER MAIN MALMOUIST MALONEY MARCON MARSH
JOSEPH P. JOYCE JUDSON B. ELIZABETH M. ARDETH MARY LOU
MARSHALL MARTIN MARTIN MARX MAUPIN MAWICKE
JACQUELINE J. DAVID WILLIAM L. CLAIR S. JACK PRISCILLA P
MAY MAYER MAYER McALISTER, JR. McCONNELL McEWAN
EDWARD J. GEORGE E.
WILLIAM M. LOIS P. MARY ALICE SALLY A. CAROL J. HUGH J.
McKNIGHT McLATCHIE McMANUS McMARTIN McOUIDE MELVOIN
JO ANN BETTY LOU DOROTHY K. ROBERT B. CHARLES T. HARRIET A.
MENDELSOHN MERCER MERRIAM MERRIFIELD MESTJIAN METZGER
RAYMOND P. AUDREY J. MARIE M. MARILYN L. SHELDON P. ROBERT W.
MICHINARD MILLER MILLER MILLER MILLER MILLER
JOHN R. RICHARD J. SARA BETH DONALD H. LOIS H. RO JENE
MILLS MILLS MILLHOUSE MOBER6 MOLINARE MOLNER
LORETTA R. MARY S.
JOAN F. BARBARA E. JAMES E. JANE BETTY C. PATRICIA
MOSELEY MOYER MUNDELL MUNNS MUNROE MURPHEY
LAURIE ANN JAMES L. BARBARA B. KIMBALL EDWARD F. HERBERT J
MURRAY MYERS NAYLOR NEDVED NELSON NELSON
ROY JOAN BRANDT ANN MARIE JUNE G. ARLINE R.
. NELSON NICHOLS NICHOLSON NILSSON NOBLE A NORMAN
JULIANNE C. ANN A. MARY E. DOUGLAS A. LOIS J. MARILLYN J
NORRIS ODELL OGDEN OGILVIE OSTERGAARD PAIDAR
I ' PALEY PALMIERI
MARJORIE E. C. DINA
CALVIN A. LENORE GLORIA J. PAT A. ROY D. RICHARD D
PALMOUIST PANCOE PARKER PAUSCHERT PAVLIK PEARSON I
E ROBERT G. STUART' E. RICHARD A. ROBERT J. MARJORIE DARLENE J.
E PEARSON PEARSON I PEMBLE A PENBERTHY PETERSEN PETERSON
HERBERT J. DOROTHY A. DANIEL M. - HILDA MARION L. A MELVILLE C
I PETERSON 4 PFUTZENREUTER PIERCE PILKA PLACE POKORNEY.
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I SUSAN J. LOIS R. LOIS M. I JOHN S. ANNA MARIE CLIVE J.
I RADDER RATEIKE RAYBURN REECE REINHARDT REINWALD
I Q PAUL H. ELIZABETH MICHAEL J. TERRY A. BRUCE J. JANET E.
I REINWALD REIZE RICH RICHTER RIDER RIDER
ROBERT R. MARY G. MARGARET G. I RICHARD C. JAMES M. PAUL D.
RIEMENSCHNEIDER RIGGS RISSER RITTERSPORN ROBERTS ROBERTSON
HAROLD F. MARGARET L. MARVIN M. JOYCE CAROLYN M. SHIRLEY M.
ROGERS ROSE ROSS ' ROTHERMEL ROWE RUDOLPH
. ROLAND J. JAMES H.
RUGEN J RussELL
JANE C. WILLIAM H. ARLINE E. VIRGINIA ANN J. CAROL J.
RUTAN RUX SALMEN SAUNDERS SAWLE SCHAEFFER
PHILIP H. JOAN B. I JOSEPH I CATHERINE L. I MARGUERITE ARTHUR B.
SCHIFFLIN SCHLADEN SCHMITZ SCHREIBER SCHULLER SCHULTZ
MARY ANN WILMA ELIZABETH L. CAROLYN M. HARRY H. PATRICIA A.
SCHUMACHER SCHUPP SCHURMEIER SCHWALL SCHWALL ' SCRIMGEOUR
GENE FRANCIS W. WENDY CHARLES LORETTA M. SUZANNE ROBERT A.
SELBY SELZER SENG SESTERHENN SHERMAN SHUMAN
DONALD J. ELIZABETH W.
MARVIN J. HOWARD E. DOROTHY A. JANET I. SUZANNE EARL
SIEGEL SIMONSEN SIMONSON SINCLAIR SIZER SLOAN
MARY LUCINDA I FRANK S. GLORIA T. GUSTAV A. CARYL J. DONALD H
SMALL SMITH SMITH SPERO SPIEGEL SPIES
JOCELYN H. EDWARD L. WILLIAM A. GEORGE D, ROBERT J. ROGER TA.
SPITZ STACKHOUSE P STADE STAHL STALLER STEFANY
DONALD J. JOANN L. PEGGYE J. HOLGER BARBARA MARGUERITE
STEFFANS STEPHENS STEWART STOCKHOLM STOKER STORCH
CLIFTON H. GUSTAV
STOWERS STROU BEL
CAROL J. WESLEY SHIRLEE M. G. PARK STANTON H. CLARADEL
SUNDBLOM SYKES TAIT' TAYLOR TAYLOR TELLIFERO
SONJA M. WILLIAM J. BARBARA R. MARY K. KEITH H. JEANNE A.
THIESSEN THOMAS THOMPSON THOMPSON THORP TINSLEY
DAVID JOANNE P. SANDRA M. ANNA L. ALICE A. ALBERT G.
TOMLINSON TOURTELOT TRAUTWEIN TRIEBOLD TRIPPLEHORN TSUGAWA
ROBERT J. WILLIAM M. BRUCE F. ROY ANDREW GLORIA
TUCKER TUTEUR UHL UYETANI VAN ESSO VAUGHAN
RUDOLPH J. VIRGINIA D.
DAVID B. DONALD H. JAMES D. ELLEN M. MARILYN L. DONNA J.
VERNOOY WAGENER WALKER WARD WATKINS ' WEBER
' DIXIE J. LORRAINE M. JANE ELIZABETH H. CI-IARLEEN K. I RUSSELLENIQI
WEHRHEIM WEIS WELLIN WELLS WELTER WHEELER
WILLIAM V. GWAIN R. JANET L. DOROTHY A. NANCY A. ELINOR A.
WHITEHEAD WILLIAMS WILLIAMS WILSON WILSON WITT
EULALIE H. I DONNA J. I VINCENT C. JOHN E JACK D.
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