New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1948
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The World's Greatest
M R. GAFFN EY
C New Trier is considered one of +he foremosr high schools
in fhe Unifed Sfaies. This fine repu'ra+ion is due, for fhe mos?
parr, io Marfhew P. Gaffney, our principal for sevenfeen years,
who is aided by 'rhe following: Mr. F. A. Kahler, Dean of Boys:
Miss Helen H. Maloney, Dean of Girls: Mr. W. L. Brown, Busi-
ness Manager and Assisranf Su eriniendeni: Mr. R. F. L. Biese-
meier, Su erinfendenf of Buildings and Grounds: and all 'rhe
adviser chairmen, depar'l'men+ heads and sponsors of Girls'
Club, Tri-Ship and Council.
Also credi+ is due 'lo fhe Board of Educalion. The Presidenl
isl-larold H. Anderson and members are Chrisfian E. Jarchow,
Ralph G. Hinners. Paul W. Curler, and Berl' M. Kohler.
Someihing new has been added +o 'rhe adminisfralion 'rhis
year: if is a general council made up of fhirfy-rwo parenfs from
lhe adviser rooms. This is a small enough group so Thai' if
makes if possible for bolh parenfs and s+uden+s +o come To-
gerher +o discuss problems.
Mr. Gaffney and rhe board haveybeen planning 'lor The
fufure of New Trier. The are conferrin wi+h a school archi-
MR. JARCHOW .MR. KOHLER
lecl abouFbuil'Gnng plansfelans lo replacigfhe olE'bullE'ing and
improve fhe building and grounds generally.
The aim of 'rhe adminis+ra+ion of New Trier is +o creale a
school 'ro develop cifizenship and characrer, 'ro provide oppor-
+uni+ies for developmeni of in+eres+. Since eighfy per cenl: of
'rhe sfudenis go 'ro college, one main obiecfive is fo provide
+he necessary college preparalion.
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KAHLER MALONEY BROWN ,W HERRON BIESEMHER
ADVISER CHAIRMEN AND DEANS
O The Adviser Chairmen supervise lhe aclivilies ol lhe
adviser rooms lhroughoul lhe school year. The boys'
chairman and girls' chairman lor each class have charge
ol eleclions, class dues, parlies and assemblies. Any
scholaslic or disciplinary maller may be relerred lo lhe
adviser chairman who is lhe link belween lhe adviser and
lhe dean. The lreshman adviser chairman helps lreshmen
sludenls make lhe adiuslmenls belween grade and high
Miss Maloney and Mr. Kahler, lhe Deans, spend a
greal parl ol lheir lime in college planning wilh lhe slu-
denls. Filling oul blanks lor admission, and recommend-
ing sludenls lo colleges are a parl ol lheir yearly lasks.
All issues, social, academic or disciplinary, which can-
nol be handled lhrough lhe Adviser Chairman, may be
relerred lo lhe Dean.
C ln addilion lo leaching his regular sched-
uled classes, lhe head ol each deparlmenl has
many olher responsibililies. Meeling wilh lhe
olher leachers ol his deparlmenl, he discusses
lhe year's curriculum and makes recommenda-
lions. Togelher, lhey may make suggeslions
lo lhe adminislralion regarding lexlbooks. ln
professional mallers he is lhe leader ol his de-
KAHLER MALONEY VERNON BREDIN CARPENTER HURST REAM HAMILTON
MURPHY RAU HUTCHENS SMALL
SCHOENBERGER LIGHTER BIESEMEIR
Arl Commerce English Foreign Language Healfh Home Economics lnduslrial Arls
LIBBEY SNYDER COTTON CHILDS BOULTON WINDOES ULLRICK
Library Malhemelics ' Music Boys' Physical Girls' Physical Science Social Sluclles
O During The pasT year, The English DeparTmenT, under The capable direcTion
oT Mr. l"luTchens, has oTFered The same 'Fine curriculum as ThaT of I946-47. The
populariTy of The greaT books course lfor seniorsl conTinued ThroughouT boTh
semesTers, alThough iT is a solid subiecT, and so are The books. Everyone has
missed Miss Durgin This year, while she is Teaching in Sale, England. on an ex-
change basis. Our Teacher from Sale is Miss Dean who has won The aTFecTionaTe
regard of everybody. AnoTher addiTion To The English TaculTy is Mr. Shirley, a
ColgaTe man, who Took over sponsorship of The "News" lMr. CarpenTer was The
previous sponsorl second semesTer. The Treshman and sophomore English TesTs,
as usual, showed everyone iusT whaT he didn'T know in Time Tor semesTer grades,
buT The TesTs were really quiTe easy-ask any upper classman. BuT don'T men-
Tion Themes and Tiling cards To The juniors, please! Much as we all love The
subiecT, everyone is Thankful ThaT The English review classes don'T sTarT unTil
June TourTeenTh. NeverTheless, we're glad ThaT There are some brave souls,
namely English Teachers, who will puT up wiTh dangling parTiciples and spliT infin-
iTives long enough To Teach us To undersTand and wriTe The good, correcT sorT of
O The Drama DeparTmenT, consisTing oT Mr. Van Kirk, Mrs. Cavanaugh, Miss
Gahagan, Miss Kral, and Miss Shirley Dean, has once again This year oflered an
excellenT varieTy oT courses. They are Voice and DicTion, Radio AcTing and
Announcing, Choric Speaking, Verse Speaking Choir, DramaTics, Oral Reading,
and Public Speaking.
ExTra-curricular drama acTiviTies have been produced wiTh The help oT Mr.
Coburn, Mr. Harper. Mr: Jones, Mrs. LighTer, Mrs, CoTTon, Mr. Lehman, and
Mr. Holland. The plays This year have been "STage Door", "The Prince and The
Pauper," and "You Can'T Take IT wiTh You". The opera, "The Mikado," was
produced in'collaboraTion wiTh The Music DeparTmenT.
HUTCHENS CARPENTER COOK DEAMES M. DEAN A HAMILTON LEHMAN
VAN KIRK VLASTO 'WALKUP WHITE ' WHITFIELD WILSON VVRIGHT
.MCKINNIE . PETERSON PIPER SHIRLEY 'K. SMITH
CAVANAUGH S. DEAN GAHAGAN T KRAL
FUNK:-iousea I ewsxe ' GALLIE + GRATERVT 1 .T
HARPER Jones msc SLEIGHTT '
SWAIN UDE WATERS I WEINGARTNER
SNYDER ASCHENBACFI- . QATON EVANS
I AlThough no maThemaTics courses are required Tor high school graduaTion, Two
years of maTh are advised Tor all. New Trier sTudenTs and Their parenTs are realizing
The necessiTy oT a sTrong ToundaTion in maThemaTics as preparaTion Tor eiTher college
or business. This year Mr. Snyder. head oT The MaThemaTics DeparTmenT, and his sTaTT
oTfered all oT The courses which were offered lasT year.
A course in "Special MaThemaTics" was oTFered in summer school Tor incoming
Treshmen who had been weak in maThemaTics. During The regular school year Tresh-
men could Talce General MaTh IA and IB, or Algebra IA and IB, Plane GeomeTry
2A and 2B, and General MaTh ZA and 2B were oflered Tor sTudenTs in Their so ho-
more year. Juniors who wished To go on wiTh maThemaTics Took Algebra 3A anj3B.
Those sTudenTs whose Tinal average in Treshman algebra was "A" or "B" wiTh no
grades below "C" Took Algebra Ill, an acceleraTed course which eliminaTes much of The
review. The more advanced courses which were oTFered This year are Solid GeomeTr ,
TrigonomeTry. and College Algebra IV. Ali oT These are one-semesTer courses. Slicie
Rule was oiiiered as a minor The second semesTer. and The classes meT once a week.
Mr. Snyder Tells us ThaT This year mosT sTudenTs who are going To aTTend college
have planned To Take aT leasT Three years oT maThemaTics. Those who besT appreciaTe
iTs greaT im'porTance go on Through The more advanced courses.
We are happy To say ThaT New Trier hasn'T losT any of The compeTenT maTh in-
sTrucTors who were wiTh us lasT year. This year, as usual, The sTaTT members disTin-
guished Themselves in many exTra-curricular acTiviTies. Mr. Aschenbach, Mr. CaTon,
Mr. Gadslce, Mr. Funlchouser, and Mr. WeingarTner coached our Teams Through a
successTul TooTball season. Mr. WaTers has been oT greaT service in s onsoring The
ECI-IOES. Miss SleighT sponsored The MaTh Club. Miss Evans had charge of pre-
paring sTudenTs for S. A. T. examinaTions. Miss Kelso was secreTary oT Women's
FaculTy Club. Mrs. Gallie sponsored The popular KniTTing Club. Mr. Gadske has
charge oT The evening school. Mr. GraTer is coordinaTor Tor baskeTball. Railroad
sTaTion sTudenT supervision is under Mr. Swain's direcTion. Mr. SmiTh sponsored Lens
Club and MoTion PicTure OperaTors' Club. Mr. Ude sponsored TheoreTical Science
Club. Mr. Jones sponsored The LighT Crew. Mr. Harper sponsored STage Crew and
ProperTies Crew. All maThemaTics Teachers. excepT The deparTmenT head. are regular
New Trier maThemaTics sTuclenTs are opular wiTh college and universiTy supervisors
because oT Their excellenT preparaTion Ear college maThemaTics.
NAY SHEARER SIMONDS TATHAM WALTZ V WATERS WEHR ' WEILER
THE SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT
C The main aim oT The Social STudies deparTmenT is To give The sTudenTs in
New Trier a beTTer knowledge of our world from iTs beginnings up To The Time
in which we are living. This year The Social STuclies deparTmenT under The able
direcTion of Miss Ullrich has given The sTudenTs oT New Trier a wealTh oT knowl-
edge in AncienT I-IisTory, Civics, Economics, LaTin, American I-IisTory, Medieval
I-IisTory, Modern I-IisTory, Sociology, Far EasTern T-lisTory, and UniTed STaTes
I-IisTory. These courses give us a background of our worlcl. yesTerday and Today.
To make The courses more inTeresTing, Mrs. Kidd oT The Music lnTegraTion
deparTmenT shows sTudenTs ancienT insTrumenTs and sings The songs oT The period
which They are sTudying. Mr. Holland gives lecTures on archiTecTure compleTe
wiTh slides To make his Talks more inTeresTing and inTormaTive. MosT classes
Took a clay OTF To sTudy currenT evenTs in The various publicaTions covering The
news of The clay, Thereby learning hisTory in The making as well as knowing whaT
happened in The pasT.
The Simpson Award discussions oT currenT problems were held several Times
This year, ancl produced some very heaTed debaTes.
The Social STudies cleparTmenT is indeed TorTunaTe in having a museum Tilled
wiTh inTeresTing relics. This museum helps The sTudenT visualize whaT They are
During This year one oT The big evenTs was The Republican NominaTing Con-
venTion. IT was very inTeresTing To see who was nominaTed, especially in This
year of The naTion-wide elecTion. Also This year The deparTmenT received The
honor of being asked by The American Legion To send one OT iTs Teachers To
help The Legion selecT worThy Tilms Tor high school sTudenTs. UnTorTunaTely
none oT The Teachers goT To go abroad lasT summer because OT The Terrible
condiTions in Europe, buT some oT Them are hoping To geT abroad This coming
. Every New Trier sfudenf has an opporfunify fo fake up one or more courses
in Science, regardless of his level or year. This deparfmenf, which is headed by
Mr. F. L. Windoes, offers General Science, Physiology, and English-Science fo
freshmen, Biology and Radio fo sophomores, and Biology and Chemisfry fo iun-
iors. Seniors may fake Physics or Advanced Radio. This year a new course
lisfed as Science IV has been faughf. This course is open fo seniors and deals
wifh personal and family relafionships. The course has proved fo be so popular
fhaf fhe number of classes increased from one fhe firsf semesfer fo four fhe
WINDOES I ,CHRISTENSEN CLADER
coNDoN ' Q EDWARDS HOYT
J. R. SMITH
REAM REYNOLDS J. R. SMITH
srswmzr VERNON VAN DEURSEN
O The mosf oufsfanding proiecf of fhe Arf Deparfmenf confinues fo be fhe
arf exhibifs. These exhibifions have been of such high caliber, and have proven
so beneficial in promofing fine appreciafion of arf in fhe school, fhaf new Iighf-
ing is being insfalled in fhe main corridor fo improve fheir display.
A well equipped phofography sfudio and fhree phofography classes, as well as
a flourishing phofography club, are recenf addifions fo fhe deparfmenf.
Wifh fhe use of fhe fine machinery equipmenf in Mr. Fearheiley's shop, and
fhe weaving looms in Mr. Sfenvall's sfudio, fhe Design Workshop classes offer
ample opporfunify fo fhe sfudenf for worlc in various craffs. The splendid equip-
menf in fhe Ceramic Sfudio is an added affracfion fo The deparfmenf.
This year fhe Arf Deparfnnenf offered fiffeen classes, including Applied Arfs
I, 2, 3, and 4, Phofography I and 2, and Design Workshop l and ll, besides fhe
classes in arf appreciafion, and Mr. I-Iolland's infegrafed arf lecfures. Cafherine
M. Murphy is head of fhe deparfmenf.
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THE LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT
O The Foreign Language deparlmenf of The school has iusl complefed an-
olher busy year under The able leadership of Doclor Small.
Las+ year Spanish was highly a'H'rac'rive 'ro +he s'ruden+s and lhis year if has
conlinued in i+s popularily, and yel' wilhoul apparenl loss in +he number Jralcing
lhe olher languages: Lafin, French, and German.
This year. as in lhe +wo preceding ones, French has been open lo The fresh-
men as a 'four-year course. ln addifion a new French course. called French
Civilizalion, has been opened +o sludenis who have had al' one 'rime or anolher
fhree years of French. This course consisfs of exlensive reading in French liler-
al'ure and runs parallel wilh senior French sludies.
A change occurred in 'rhe organizafion of Senior Spanish 'fhis year. Pre-
viously 'rhe lirsl semesler was mainly concerned wi1'h grammar and 'rhe second
wi+h reading. Now, however, fhe sel'-up has been changed so +ha+ lhe grammar
is sludied second semesler 'ro aid +hose who are faking 'rhe college board
Because ol a large increase in availabilily of visual aids, 'rhese films, when
suirable. were used lrequenlly for reaching. Aboul' +wice a monfh sludenls look
advanlage of Mrs. Kidds' Music ln+egra'rion course 'rhal' deals wilh +he music of
+he counlries sludied. ll' has been very valuable in +he knowledge of cusfoms
and has aided in 'rhe pronunciaiion of lhe languages.
, SMALL BRADY BREDIN BREIDENBACH i COLLINS DONHAM
EISLER I FLENTYE ' E. KAHLER LOWREY McDOWELL MOELLER
APATTERSON ' PAUL - SHAW
Mu V GRINNELL HADDEN HENNINGSEN HERRON JOHNSON REINHARDT
COTTON ANDERSON BRADBURN LAVERY MAGES REAM
COMMERCE AND MUSIC
O The Commerce Deparfmenf, under fhe direcfion of Mr. Rau, offered many
courses again This year which will prove helpful +o sfudenfs in fheir fufure col-
lege and career work. Typing was a greaf favorife because of ifs usefulness in
bofh fields. The book sfore adequafely filled ifs responsible posifion by carrying
a complefe sfock of all books and supplies needed by fhe sfudenfs, and by
having a fine sfaff of clerks, frained in 'rhe bookkeeping classes. Opporfunifies
offered by fhe deparfmenr for work in fhe Rlegis'rrar's and Fronf Office give
valuable experience. We 'rhank fhe Commerce Deparfmenf for ifs valuable
O The Music Deparfmenf is one of fhe largesf deparfmenfs af New Trier, in
Thai' over IOOO sfudenfs parfake in some music group. The oufsfancling choral
groups are fhe boys and girls Ensembles and fhe A Cappella Choir, made up of
fhe vocal falenf in New Trier. The Orchesfra, one of rhe besf in 'rhe counfry's
high schools, confinued ifs high sfandard and gave ifs services +o many impor-
'ranl' school funcfions. The Band played for foofball games and award assem-
blies and gave concerfs of ifs own.
All sfudenfs faking music courses parficipafed in The Chris+mas'and Spring
Concerfs. The Opera Group presenfed 'rhe annual Gilberf and Sullivan Oper-
e'H'a, which 'rhis year was "The Mikado". The Choir and Ensembles added even
more presfige fo New Trier by giving brillianf performances when singing ouf of
school for many prominenf organizafions in +he Chicago area. The resulf of all
fhe acfivifies was anofher year of successful musical enferfainmenf and oppor-
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SCHOENENBERGER HENDRICK BIESMEIER ARAM FLANINGAM LANDWER OAKS
HO E ECONOMICS - - LIBRARY
HE LTH - - I IDUSTRI L ARTS
HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT
O The Home Economics Deparlmenl. headed by Mrs. Ligh+er, offers courses
in ln+erior Decorafing. Consumer Educalion, Foods, and Cloihing. Such 'rhings
as +he ar+ of inierior decoraiing, skills of sewing, knowledge in buying judgment
and 'rhe planning and cooking of meals are all Iaughr +o 'rhe sludenis. The de-
par+men+ also prepares 'rhe siudenis wi+h an excelleni- foundafion for 'furrher
work in +his field and for 'Ihe rnanagemenl' of a home.
O Alrhough new 'ro +he school Ihis year, Mrs. Recki'r+ has done an excellenl
iob of preparing nu+ri+ional and varied meals for 'rhe s+uden+s.
O Headed by Mr. Biesemeier. +he lndus+rial Arrs Deparrmenlr offers four
courses which are au'ro shop, where +he s1'uden+s learn 'rhe paris, +heory, and
mechanisms of +he aulomobileg Mechanical Drawing which provides a good basis
for srudenls desiring engineering careers: wood shop. in which is Iaughi' wood-
Iurning and bench work: and Machine Shop. which enables 'l'he sludenls 'ro sI'udy
machines and +o make paris and gears of +he machines. The capable Ieaching
s+a1CF includes Mr. Aram, Mr. Oaks, Mr. Landwer and Mr. Flanningham.
O Our library, under 'Ihe direc+ion of Miss Eleanor Libbey wi+h The assisrance
of Mrs. Flood and Miss Russell, confains abou+ I4,50O volumes and has such
helpful fealures as books of li+era+ure wri++en in 'foreign languages: 'ihe college
calalog secrion, coniaining 'rhe laiesl' bulleiins from almos+ every college in 'rhe
counlry: and an exfensive file of periodicals. Very helpful +o 'rhe s+uden+s in
finding books in which 'reachers have given assignmenrs is +he reserve sec'rion
for Ihese books can be raken our only over nighi' which enables Ihem 'ro be
circulared +0 .a large number of s+uden+s. A
O The Heal+h Deparrmenr is mainiained Io give iirsl-aid care and counseling
+o s+uden'rs, and +0 supervise and follow up physical examina+ion and T. B. I'es+-
ing programs. Sludenis abseni from school on accounr of heal+h reasons mus+
sign in Ihrough Ihe nurse's office as a precauiion againsi' ihe spread of confa-
gious diseases. Two res+ rooms are provided for s+uden+s needing a res+ period.
GIRLS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION
O By adapfing Iheir program Io Ihe s+udenI as she progresses Ihrough school
and by presenring a wide variery of acriviries, The Girls' Deparimenr of Physical
Educalion, under The direcrion of Miss Boulron, aIIem Is Io prepare The s+uden'r
in every way Io become a skilled, healihy, and well-adiusred member of socieiy.
This year a new co-recreaiional course for iuniors was offered. The following
members were added I'o Ihe slaffz Miss ElizaIoe+h Van I-Iorn, Miss Barbara
Byrne, and Miss Aago+ Duclcer in The locker room.
BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
O The Boys' Physical EducaIion DeparImenI', under Mr. Childs, believes Ihaf
physical educaiion should play an imporfani parr in The program of every boy.
Five periods per week of physical educaiion is required of all boys. A rich
program of acriviries is carried on Ihroughoui' Ihe year.
These ac+ivi+ies are of 'Three Iypes: 'formal mass ac+iviIies, Ieam sporis. and
individual sporfs and recrearive acriviries which can be carried on in la+er years.
Afrer school hours 'rhe physical educalion planl' is used To capaci+y for inrra-
mural and inrerscholasric sporis.
BOULTON ABBOTT I AUSTIN BYRNE GILBERT KING VAN HORN
VEACH CHILDS ' CLAUSEN CRAMLET FRANTZEN GIALLOMBARDO JACKSON
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LINDEEN NAY PARKER L ' PHILLIPS PURSE WEISE A
THE OFFICE STAFF
O The office sTaff performs many Tasks which make'iT possible for The adminisTraTion of The school To be
carried on more efficienTly. Among The mosT imporTanT of These are The seTTing up of The school calendar.
effecTing program changes, Taking care of The swiTchboard, and The "IosT and found" deparTmenT. FurTher
duTies include The handling of fee bills, college TranscripTs. aTTendance records, and The purchasing of school
supplies. This sTaff consisTs of ThirTeen members who are sTaTionecl in various locaTions abouT The school.
They are found in The fronT office, The RegisTrar's office, Mr. Brown's office, The Deans' offices, and The girls'
and boys' gym deparTmenTs. This group of adminisTraTive workers carry ouT Their work under The direcTion of
Mr. I-Ierron, The RegisTrar.
In recenT years wilh The increase of sTudenT acTiviTies, The duTies of The various offices have become
more exTensive. However, This work is easily absorbed inTo The efficienT sysTem which keeps The school in
moTion. The main goal of The office is To give The maximum service possible To The sTudenTs, faculTy, and all
oThers who use iTs services.
GIRLS' OFFICE STAFF
Row I: SchmidT, Baker, Curley, Selby, Siegel, Nefenberg, Myer
Row 2: BeckerT, Galloway, Levy, PeTerson, Mayer, O'MalIey, Neu-
mann, Newman, Wineman
TI-IE STUDENT OFFICE STAFF
O Every year. There are several junior and senior girls who
work eiTher in The fronT office or in The regisTrar's office.
These girls volunTeer for The jobs and are accepTed on Their
adviser's recommendaTion. Through Their generous efforTs.
They save The office sTaff a greaT deal of work. Their duTies,
such as filing program cards, serving aT The office counTer,
checking lisTs.,Typi,ng. issuing Tardy slips, assembling mimeo-
graph maTerial' and The like, provide an excellenT opporTu-
niTy for learning clerical work.
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LIBRARY ASSISTANTS PUBLIC ADDRESS CORPS VISUAL AID
Row I Haas, Spencer, Nellis, Krogh, Row I: Lundberg, Challinor, Mr. Smifh, Holub, Wafson Row I: Maurer, Pease, Vandenburg, Smilh, Harnsberger
Chrisman Row 2: Arms, Rosenbaum, Perkins, Schroeder Pilcelny, Sherrill
Row 2 Sloffers, Bennelf, Rosenbaum, Missing From Picfurex Buller Row 2: Hargreaves, Haworlh, Wiley, Meyers, Kulo, Farnham
Prifchard, Gofh, Pair
Row I: Leichsenring, Lovgren, Schneider, McMas+er, Berner, Campbell, Nelson, Hammerman, Slown, Monfgomery, Gilchrisl, Meyers, Berg,
Sullivan. Emrich, Ehrlich
Row 2: Schoenenburger, Gosseff, Redmon, Frei, Powell, Nalenberg, Forbes, Wineman, Murphy, Shapiro, Devilf, Bushman, Goldberg, Barnes,
Paschen, Filzpafriclr, Ross, Hendrick
Row 3: Murray, Dolniclr, Bullard, Gould, Barrefl, Sfekoll, Evans. Shinniclr, O'MalIey, Reiley, Whife, James, Roof, Gray, B. Evans, Torrison
Schmidf, Donohue, Pierre
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Q The sfudenf assisfanfs are a very
imporfanf parf of fhe library and help
if fo funcfion smoofhly. They are quife
necessary, since if fhey were noi' fhere
fo help, ofhers would have fo do fhese
iobs along wifh fheir own, or more like-
ly, fhe jobs would go undone.
These sfudenfs supervise fhe Fresh-
man book room, fake care of fhe maga-
zine secfion, affendance llibrary slipsl.
and signing ouf. Ofhers help by fyping.
filing, and pasfing new slips in books.
There are also fhe monifors, iunior
boys furnished by fhe Public Relafions
Commiffee of Tri-Ship. When fhese
boys become seniors, Mr. Frisbie selecfs
some of fhem for 'rhe lnformafion Desk.
This ear lhere were abouf sixfy helpers.
all ofiwhom were volunfeers.
As can be seen, all fhese sfudenfs are
essenfial fo fhe proper funcfioning of
O The Visual Aids Deparfmenf, head-
ed by Mr. D. Smifh, is composed of a
commiffee of feachers lone from each
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deparfmenfl, fhirfy sfudenf operafors,
and fwo sfudenf bookkeepers. Each of
fhe operafors gives one period a day,
and all are volunfeers. This year fhey
were from all fhe grades and were al-
mosl all boys.
To order a film for his class, a
feacher musi' firsf look in fhe source
books fo gef an idea of, whaf he may
have and fhen musf fill ouf an order
blank for fhe film and furn fhis in fo The
deparfmenf represenfafive af leasf fwo
weeks before he wishes fhe film shown.
He may also see a preview before if is
shown fo fhe class.
This year Visual Aids have played an
imporfanf parf in fhe school, and films
have been shown on approximafely
O Service Club, direcfed by lvlrs. L.
Hendrick and Mrs. K. Schoenenberger,
is an organizafion of junior and senior
girls who help wifh nursing and clerical
work in fhe Healfh Deparfmenf.
As preparafion, girls fake fhe Red
Cross class, affer which fhey confinue
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as acfive members of fhe club.
Some of fheir special dufies are as-
sisfing wifh fhe fuberculosis fesfing pro-
gram, physicals, parenfs' nighfs, and
school evenfs where large numbers of
sfudenfs are involved.
The social parf of fhe club fhis year
included meefings held abouf every six
weeks in fhe Girls' Club room. These
business and social meefings were pre-
sided over by Kenmar Bushman, fhe
presidenf. Speakers on various subiecfs
were included on fhese programs.
The mosf imporfanf social evenf was
lhe big parfy. This was enjoyed by all,
as was The helpful work fhese girls did
for fhe school.
PUBLIC ADDRESS CORPS
C The boys of fhe Public Address
Corps sef up and operafe fhe amplify-
ing sysfem of 'rhe school. Adequafe
audio amplificafion is essenfial fo fhe
proper managemenf of large assemblies
in fhe audiforium and fhe gymnasium.
The faculfy sponsor of fhe Public Ad-
dress Corps is J. R. Smifh.
er as R
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O New Trier's opera for Jrhe spring of I947 was
"lolan'rhe". If was wriH'en by Gilberr and Sullivan,
and ir includes many of 'rhe composers' mos? beau-
iiful melodies and ca+chies'r +unes.
There are a good many "leads" in "lolan+he",
and mosl' of The major paris were double and even
'rriple casr, giving us a chance +o show off +he abun-
danf musical and dramaiic lalenl' of New Trieriies.
Of course, The singing leads are noi' all +ha+ "make"
'rhe opera. In fad, +he opera is +he mosr infricaie,
difiiculr-+o-produce show given here year affer
year. Wirhour 'rhe complere cooperalion of +he
chorus, numerous crews and commiffees, and fac-
ul+y members. ihe recurring success of lhe operas
would noi be a sure Thing.
The chorus for "lolanlhe" was chosen from The
lirsl opera group, and endured lenglhy rehearsals
lo perlecl enlrances, exils, and mass inslead ol mob
movemenl. The resull: a well coordinaled chorus
duly commended on ils line exlras in The way of
fairy dances and complicaled marches.
ll The chorus worked hard, The orcheslra worked
harder, and, direcled by Mrs. Collon, il poured
lorlh musical accompanimenl llhe biggesl parl of
an operal lhal was surely higher lhan high school
Mr. l-larper's and lvlr. l'lolland's slage crew de-
signed and conslrucled slrong and realislic scenery
lor The opera. Any rough lines were skillfully hid-
den by lvlr. Jones' lighling crew, which also handled
lhe "spoils" for solo numbers and Those necessary
changes from nighl lo day and day lo nighl.
The props crew gol all lhe props 'rhere on lime,
and The coslume crew loundgappropriale coslunhes
lreally vilal propsl lor all lhd.aCl'ors.i We musl' nol
lorgel' 'rhe make-up crew. ln "'lolanlhe'f beards
and wigs and wings are plenlilul and hard fro pu+
on. Then lhere is lhe slandard llll rosy-cheeked,
dark-eyed look lo be applied lo lhe' chorus 'sad
leads. lvliss Slanwood direcled lhese lhree crews
as well as direcling dramalics.
All in all, il is plain lo see lhal lhe opera could
nol go on wilhoul everyone's whole-hearled sup-
porl. Nol' only "lolanlhe", bul every opera's suc-
cess depends on everybody and is lhe produclr of
many monlhs of hard work on everybody's parl.
ls il worlh il? Ask anyone who has ever been lhere.
Ask lvliss Slanwood. Even ask lvlrs. Collon. She
lhinks il' is, loo.
I.asI Iouidoorl Irack season was a
one for Coach "Unk" John Nay, his
winning every home meei, and placing Iourih
block fo an undefealed
pui an end Io a long
finally beai' us in Ihe
league and siafe meeis, while we look second in The
former. Seconds were also gained in many oiher
big meeisz Ihe Oak Park Relays, Ihe Wheaion Re-
lays, and finally The lvlooseheari Relays: while Ihe
dis+ric+ was won by our favored and overpowering
The ouisianding men of Iasi year were I-Iilliard
and Roberison in Ihe dashes: Dold in +he 4407
Swanson in 'Ihe hurdles: and Jacobi, a dependable
man in +he half-mile. Ofhers filling places in mosr
of Ihe meeis were: Young, Misan+oni, and Munson
in 'rhe shol' and discus, wiih Rennacker and Kempner
in Ihe pole vauII'. Fisher helped ouI' in I'he half-
mile, along wi+h Nile: while Gilberison excelled in
'rhe 440. In Irhe high iump, Allen and Anderson
were proficient and Hilliard and Weldon Iook care
of Ihe broad jump.
Rerurning Ieiier men are few bui proficieni:
Chuck Dold, Ron Allen, Tom I-Iilliard. Norwood
Fisher, Craig Richardson Ia iuniorl, and finally,
Row I: Hilliard,
Row 2: Baker,
Wolff, Maher, Fisher
Sfeinberg, Erman Nay
Row 3: Ingram,
Young, Gabel, Harris
Lundin, Dold, Wafluns
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Row I: Burlingameg
KIaH'e, Burr, Leach.
Row 2: Forresf, Colfer,
Row 3: Johnson
Smifh, Ellis, Hoban,
Dern, Huck, Barnes
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Row I: Oakley, Massey, Barreff, Huebner, Robson, Traufwein, Chrisioph, Jones, Trom, JanoT+a, Snyder
Row 2: Friedlander, MorgensTern, Brower, Marsh, Corns, Burnside, Davis, ChrisTensen, Moore, Grafer, Kranfz,
Richmond, Clausen lCoachl
SOPHOMORE BASEBALL, SPRING I947
Back Row: Cheflain, Teepee, Wood, Frazier, WalTers, D. Bergman, Gomperi, Kivland, Wiegman, B. Bergman, Spoehr,
Parker, LighTner ICoachl
Froni' Row: R. Chrisfoph, Nash, Wade, Pearson, Mackinnon, Green, Plamondon, Pair, Tebbefls
VARSITY BASEBALL - I947 SCORES
New Trier . . . 3 Maine .... . . O
New Trier . . . IO Norfhbrook . . . . 4
New Trier . . IO Zion . . . . 2
New Trier . 5 La Grange . . I
New Trier . I La Grange . . . 2
New Trier . 4 Highland Park . . 5
New Trier . 9 Waukegan . . . 3
New Trier . I Evansion . . . O
New Trier . 4 Niles . . 5
New Trier . 5 ThornTon . . 7
New Trier . 5 Thornion . . . 8
New .Trier . 2 Oak Park . . . 4
New Trier . 5 Morion . . 4
New Trier . 3 MorTon . 6
New Trier . I Evansion . 0
New Trier . 7 Niles . . . . O
New Trier . 4 Proviso . . . . I
New Trier . . 4 Proviso . . . . 8
New Trier . . II Highland Park . . 2
New Trier . I2 Zion .... . I
New Trier . 6 Oak Park . . . 4
New Trier . 8 Waukegan . 0
C During This I947 season, under The fine coaching of
Dick Clausen, The New Trier nine finished in Third place
in The Suburban League.
The piTching chores were ably Taken care oi b PeTe
Burnside, Fred Huebner, Bruce Marsh, and Dick graTer.
PeTe Burnside piTched nineTeen scoreless innings aT one
sTreTch, and Fred Huebner piTched Two one-hiT games.
Bruce Marsh and Dick GraTer also did some fine piTching.
The infield was composed of LeTTy Moore aT TirsT, Ned
JannoTTa aT second. Bob ChrisToph lcapTainl aT shorTsTop.
Bud Trom aT Third, and Bob Lauer behind The plaTe.
Danny Corns and John Brower also saw much duTy in The
The regular ouTTieIders were Louie KranTz, Dick Chris-
Tiansen. and Don McAIvey. wiTh Fred Huebner playing in
The ouTTieId when he wasn'T piTching. Louie Kraniz led
The hiTTers wiTh a near .400 average. OTher players To
hiT' .300 or beTTer included Huebner, Trom, ChrisToph,
Lauer, and McAIvey. Louie KranTz is classed as one of
The besT ouTTieIders in high school baseball, and PeTe
Burnside is a major league prospecT as a piTcher.
AT The end of The season Bud Trom was elecTed cap-
Tain Tor The I948 season aT The annual Baseball BanqueT.
Bob Lauer was awarded The Sandvig Trophy.
The I947 VarsiT was composed mainly of juniors wiTh
Two sophomores piiaying regularly. IT hiT iTs sTride in The
laTTer parr of The season, and iT looks 'Forward To a prom-
ising campaign in I948. The managers, who incidenTalIy
did an ouTsTanding iob, were Roger MorgensTern and
FRESHMAN BASEBALL I947-48
ufler, Zweiner, Anderson, Griesser, Everly, Noe, Massey,
Top Row: Merrifield, Bergman, Anderson, Surpless, Schmidf, B
Smaha, Yafes, Burmasfer, Halversen, Calderini, Franfzen
Bo'Hom Row: Smifh, Marshall, Branch, Clesfer, Bloom, Adam
Rumsfeld, Prasse, Sfarre++
s, Miller, D. Smifh, Heicnsman, Podolsky, Lufz, Meyer,
TENNIS and GOLF
TENNIS AND GOLF
C This year Jrhe fennis feam, under fhe guidance
of Mr. Clader, was whal' could be fermed a mild
disappoinfmenf. Sfarfing fhe season off wifh nine
promising players, fhe feam was so hampered by
iniuries fhaf if was never acfually af full sfrengfh.
Heading fhe feam were co-capfains Phil Neilson
and Reg Rice, bofh of whom had excellenf years.
Neilson, alfhough bofhered by a froublesome knee,
played his usual sparkling game, while Rice gained
wide approval fhrough his fine, sfeady play. The
resf of fhe boys, including Don Wolff, Pefe Pickard.
Henry Brown, Holman Peffibone, Paul Zeigler,
George Perkins, and Dave McCarn, alfhough play-
ing fheir besf, had only mediocre seasons. In fhe
Suburban League, fhe fennis feam landed Third
place, quife a ways behind Oak Park, fhe winners.
Even fhough none of fhe boys played in fhe Sfafe
Finals, fhey worked hard and long all season, mak-
ing fhe besf of confinual iniuries and unfavorable
Mr. Aram's golf fearn had a very successful sea-
son fhis year. They placed second in fhe Suburban
League, winning six while losing only one mafch.
righl' behind The leaders, Highland Park. For fhe
sixfeen mafches played all year, 'rhe feam fook fhir-
feen and losf fhree. Ted Taylor, who was elecfed
capfain for nexf year, led fhe boys wifh an 83.69
sfroke average. Nexf came John Birkelund wifh a
sfroke average of 86.83, and fhen Bob Bacon, wifh
an 88. The enfire feam's average, including fhe
scores of abouf eighf boys, was 86.82. Two ofher
mainsfays of fhe feam, boys who played good,
sfeady golf, were Joe Peffi and Dick Wood. On
'rhe feam also were Dick Peferson, Archie Wallen.
Bud Wallen, and Pay Van Devenfer. Mr. Aram will
counf heavily on fhe promising juniors 'ro carry fhe
load of fhe feam once fhe seniors like Taylor, Birke-
lund, and Bacon have graduafed. All in all, fhe golf
feam had an inspiring season, and wifh fhe new
hopes already found. fhey are looking forward fo
an equally successful season nexf year.
Row I: Aram, Taylor, Birlrelund, Ellis
Row 2: Amdur, Bacon, Peferson, Peffi
T. N. T.
C Above is a piciure of lasr year's T. N. T. mem-
bers. The piciure is noi complefe, as several of 'lhe
group were unable 'ro be presenr when if was raken.
T. N. T, is an organizarion composed of sluclenrs
who have made an oufsianding confribuiion To +he
school in one or more fields. Each year Seniors are
elecied To iis ranks, and They in 'rurn choose 'rhe
I O O O
Juniors who will comprise The elecforal board for
'rhar year. To become parr of +his group is one of
rhe highesf honors a New Trier srudeni can aHain.
Each year abou+ 'filly seniors are elecied +o iis
ranks, and several iuniors are chosen as an Elecioral
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lbs. .,..... Bob Shanahan
I45 lbs. .,.. ..., A rni Nu+ini
I54 lbs. ..., ... John Whi+e
Io5 lbs. .,..,... Joe Dempsey
I75 lbs. ...,., .Ben Misanioni
Heavyweighi. . . Bob Reizinger
Hoyi' Champion ... ,.,. Clausen
Junior ................ Lauer
Senior .... ...., C lausen
Broad Jump ..... Rudy Carlson 50 Yard Dash .,..., Bob Jones
High Jump ............ One Lap Relay .... Henderson
Two Lap Relay ,.,.., Mclfinnie
Three Lap Relay .,.... Gadske
50 Yard Shuiile
One Lap Run ....., Bob Jones Relay ..,..... Weingariner
Freshman . ...... Iowa Champion ..... Texas
Sophomore ..,. Cornell
Junior ,. ..... Texas
Freshman-Sophomore . Sheaver Junior-Senior ........... Nay
ihe Boys' In+ramu'raI Sporrs Program has been successfully carried oul' by Mr. Showley. The Inlramural
in boys' a+hIe+ics. This program is designed +o give all boys a chance 'ro par+icipa+e in aihleirics, boih indi-
Much credi+ should be given +o +he mem bers of +he Sporis Club who did mosi of +he oiiiciahng. Following
sporrs carried on by +his iniramural program:
Freshman-Soph. . . . Henderson Junior-Senior . . . , . .Wehr
Freshman .. .... Oaks Champion .,. ..... Iv1cKinnie
Sophomore ..... Swain
Junior . .. ..... Graier
Senior . ..... Clausen
Singles .......... Phil Neilson Handball
Doubles ...... Phil Neilson and Singles .,... Howie Newman
Singles ..., Burnham Casferline Doubles. Sian Unger and
Singles ..... Harold Goldsmiih Franklin Merril
Doubles .... Harold Goldsmirh Singles ...... Roger Johnson
and Perer BorIcovi'rz Squash Singles ...... Bill Haase
I. M. TENNIS AND HORSESHOE I. M. SWIM CHAMPS ICIaderI ' TENNIS DOUBLES
CHAMPS Row I: Vaughan, Cusiek, Jorganson, Lerch I Borkovifz
Row I: Alley, Unger Row 2: Redding, Shaw, Gilberfson, Hammond, McKearnan
LIGHTWEIGHT BASKETBALL CHAMPS WRESTLING CHAMPS
Row I: Johnson, Del Re, Kolflai Row I: Ryan, Pecka, Houghfon, Nuiini
Row 2: Blackwell, Houghfon Row 2: Bishop, Shanahan, G. BenneH, J. While
, G. A. A. SPRING SEASON
I: Wideu, Hoyi, Taylor, Johnson
2: Lindberg, McAfee, McKenzie, Hodgson
I: McKelder, Bushman, Kraelsch
2: Jones, Billow, Hodgson, J. While
G. A. A.-I947 SPRING SEASON
C G. A. A. broughi Hs year 'ro a close wi'rh a
very successful spring season. Forgelling such
lhings as semesier exams for ihe momeni, +he girls
came our 'ro enjoy a varieiy of afler-school spor+s.
The sporis ihemselves were ably direcied by iheir
respeciive heads, who were as follows: Lois Ceder-
berg, baseball: Shirley Paiclar, archery: Carolyn
Jones, +ennis: Joan Widau, golf: Jean Billow, la-
Alihough The wealher was noi very coopera+ive.
all 'rhe baseball +ournamen+s were played olli. Those
Row I: O'Gredy, J. While, Jones, Ross, Aclrley
: Weber, Levi, Dempsey, Rodgers, Hoerger
Row I: Roof, Luffer, Levi, Hoerger, Lea+on
Row 2: Tifus, J. While, O'Grady, Dempsey, S. Whiie
G. A. A.
who came oui for golf acquired some of 'rhe basic
skills which ihey could pul' lo use during Ihe sum-
mer. Archery and lacrosse each had enlhusiasiic
supporiers. Tennis was organized inio iournamenis,
which unfor'runa+ely could noi be played oil due io
+he wealher. Riding, under Joan Kraeisch, con-
Jrinued as usual.
The high poini of Jrhe season came a+ ihe Spring
Banquet when Edie Waikins, president announced
her successor for +he coming year, Mary I-lelen
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MR. VAN DEUSEN MISS HADDEN MR. WEHR
STUDENT COUNCIL I
O To aT leasT forTy New Trier sTudenTs, The num-
ber 333 is a symbol, a reminder of a greaT many
Things, some Trivial, buT mosfly imporfanf. You see.
ninTh period in 333 is council Time for sTudenT offi-
cers. represenfafives, commiTTee heads and anyone
else who wanTs To see iusT whaT goes on behind The
scenes of New Trier acfivifies. This year, for The
firsf Time, 333 has wiTnessed meefings under The
direcfion of Two sefs of sTudenT officers. During
The firsT semesfer, The officers were ArT Dunne, pres-
idenf: Ardis Miller, vice-presidenfg Ann Holling-
bery, secreTary: and Phil BeThke, Treasurer. Sec-
ond semesTer we elecTed Bill Ellis, presidenf: Dick
Anderson, Treasurer: Carolyn Anderson, secrefary:
and Dave Merrifield, vice-presidenT. BoTh groups
of officers were assisTed by 32 represenTaTives and
I6 alTernaTes, elecfed shorfly afTer The major elec-
All This elecTion business may seem like a sTrain
To go Through during The lasT few weeks of The firsT
semesTer, buf iT really provides a much more effi-
cienf and pracfical sysTem fhan ThaT of holding
elecTions in The spring. In June, so many repre-
senTaTives and officers are being elecTed for various
organizafions, ThaT The imporfance of The Council
ballof easily could be overlooked. Also, spring elec-
Tions meanf ThaT The new officers received lifTle or
no guidance from The reTiring officers, and a loT of
Time was wasTed in The fall when The successful
candidafes were "learning The ropes" The hard way.
Now officers and all oTher Council members go inTo
office aT The beginning of The second semesfer and
serve Through The firsT semesfer of The nexT school
The main purpose of STudenT Council is To puf
more and more leadership and school governmenf
info The hands of fhe sTudenl's. This is done
Through The eighf Council commiTTees. The heads
of The commiTTees are chosen as soon as The new
officers and represenfafives are elecTed and serve
The same Term.
Bob Whife, in charge of STude,nT Supervised
"honor" Sfudy I-Ialls, did a grand job managing The
many problems broughf up by The eighfy firsf
semesfer supervisors, and promofing The idea of
geTTing Those poor "R" To "Z" people ouT of I73.
Now some of The "A" To "R" people know whaT a
Row I: Schaeffer, McCoy, B. Jones, Monk, J. Whi+e, Holmes, Engelhard
Row 2: Kelso, Birkelund, McLaughlin, Bergman, Huck
I: Slown, PeasTer, Hammerman, Hollinqbery. SiTTiq. J. CulberTson, Emrich
2: Macdonald, Kelso, Halvorsen, Merrifield, Noonan, Wub, Taylor, R. Anderson, T. James, D, Shaw
3: McCoy, Nance, Wells, Evans, Monlr, Zeiss, Rouse. Vandrsoolr, J. WI'1iTe, Schladen, Mendes, Skyrm, RibleTT
4: Leichsenring, Holmes, Dushlrin, Woolfolk. Weiner, Chapin, Funlrhouser, Bulley, Taylor, Weber, Schaeffer, Kenney, B. Jones, Murray
nice, brisk hike iT is To sTudy hall. Barbara Nielson
and Bob Talley carried on and kepT up The good
work second semesTer.
Mack McLaughlin and Roger Brown, reTired and
newly-elecTed leaders oT The Honor CommiTTee,
agree ThaT This year The New TrieriTes are really
caTching on To The whole honor sysTem and ThaT
They are Trying hard To make iT a permanenT Thing.
OT course, The Honor CommiTTee does more Than
disTribuTe sign-up sheeTs for The honor sysTem. IT
also "holds courT" and 'manages The honor sysTem
in all phases oT New Trier liTe.
Jean Billow and Mack Powell, heads oT Social and
RecreaTion CommiTTees, combined Their jobs lTaken
'over by Ann Hollingbery and Joan Munson second
semesTerl, and pooled Their eTTorTs This year. One
oT Their biggesT responsibiliTies was The HalIowe'en
ParTy. The parTy was a greaT success, due To Their
work, and one of The innovaTions broughT TorTh
OcTober 3I was The Clubway. aT which over halT
The New Trier clubs were repre.senTed by booThs.
For The mosT parT, clubs are handled by The Social
ComrniTTee, which was in charge oT The Freshman
Club Days lasT Tall. The RecreaTion CommiTTee
handles The Gym-Jams, and This year assisTed wiTh
The lnTer-school ParTy.
We all musT eaT, and KaThy Redmon and Chuck
Dold lIsT semesTerl and PaT Holmes and Pinky
Pearson l2nd semesTerl are even more concerned
wiTh Tood--especially lunch-Than mosT people, Tor
They were, and are, heads OT The Dining Hall Com-
miTTee. IT is hard To waTch your Triends eaT, Then
scream aT Them To Take back Their Trays and milk
boTTles. The supervisors say ThaT This year The lunch
hall has been neaTesT in years, and ThaT many Thanks
go To The adviser-room managers, Too.
The Service CommiTTee, headed by Barbara
Nielson, was very busy lasT Tall wiTh The College
Day. This commiTTee ran The whole Thing, and TelT
ThaT iT was worTh The Trouble. ThaT Teeling was
magniTied by mosT all The sTudenTs and parenTs who
aTTended, and aTTer College Day was over some
consTrucTive suggesTions were received which will
beneTiT nexT year's College Day, headed by -Roxie
Miller. Roxie is The new head oT Service CommiT-
Tee, and is doing a good job handling miscellaneous
correspondence and preparing Tor The '48 College
2300 high-schoolers could be dangerous, buT nor
aT New Trier. We have a SaTeTy CommiTTee. Yes,
you guessed iT-iT's one oT The Council EighT. For
The TirsT half oT The year we were proI'ecTed by
Jean Kempner, Then by Bill Cooksey. These boys
may noT become policemen when They grow up.
buT aTTer such a liberal educaTion in saTeTy, They've
goT a good sTarT. Jean and Bill are The guieT souls
who leap ouT screaming "do noT run To The lunch
hall" aT innocenT Treshmen in search of room 485.
For some reason, The PubliciTy CommiTTee is al-
ways wriTTen up lasT. People iusT Take publiciTy Tor
granTed, buT where would Council be wiThouT iT?
Ask Jack l-IarTray or Nancy McCoy. PosTers, secref
signs on blackboards and even whispering cam-
paigns originaTe wiTh The PubliciTy CommiTTee. This
is publiciTy. lT's a big job, and almosT crediTless.
Thanks To Council, Science IV is oTfered This year,
we have a special bulleTin board in The main hall,
and Tour new baske+ball leagues have been organ-
STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS-SECOND SEMESTER
Row I: Edwards, Taylor. Jones, BeHs, Kimbark. Culberfson, Cederberg, Paidar, Billow, Miller
Row 2: Nash, Wade, Clingman, LeaTon, Harvey, Turle, Koch, Bishop, Wells, Chapin, Schupp
Row 3: Fear on, Surpless, Tucker, Boyden, Harfshorne, Cl1risTensen, Dunne, Smifhson, Magie
Warren, Gelderman, Shannon
ized. lT's noT only ThaT, however, which makes
Council such a viTal parT of New Trier. Council
makes iT possible Tor The sTudenTs To serve The
school, and The school To serve The sTudenTs. This is
a Two-way proposiTion Thar is one oT The mosT nec-
essary sTeps in The building oT a successful school
LUNCH HALL MANAGERS
Row I: Barnes, Freeman, Paschen, Hinkle, Joyce, Na+enberg, Hollis, Dowd, Gilberh King, NuHing, Slown, Cheney,
Murphy, Vogel, Oldberg, Beaffy, Wineman, Reiley, Lindberg, Barreff
Row 2: Chrisman, Barker, Allison, Weiner, Jones, Biggerf, McCoy, Clark, Paxfon, Whife, Hass, DeFores+, Donaldson,
Munson, Lawson, Greeley, ReckiH, Kline, Macdonald, Hamilfon, Schneider
ROW 32 PG'H'9l'50n. W00lf0llf. Cl-lf1f1lf19l1dff1. 5CTlOpen, Hershaw, Suriano, Henry, Kelso, Harkness, ScoH', Conner, King,
Coafes, Corns, Dempsey, Munson, Burns, Carson, Brennan
A STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS-FIRST SEMESTER
Row I: Barnes, Leafon, McCoy, Hughes, Taylor, Lusfgarien, Hurlbuf, Beffs, Schifflin, McCaIIen, Miller, Culberfson, Ribl:aH-, Cederberg,
Schaeffer, Miller, Funkhouser, Hanser, Koch. Bigelow, Schladen
Row 2: Warren. Cooksy, Traufwein, Macey, Del Re, Layer, Manierre, Haselfine, Jones, Rumsfeld, Merriam, Hass, Bishop, Mendes, Clark,
Clingman, Sfeel, Shanahan. Green, Leafon
Row 3: JannoHa, Mackonnon, Ross, Magie, Allen, Richardson, Calkins, Kelso, Moore, Davis, Ellis, Clark, JenneH', Johnson, Talley, Shannon,
I Elliff, Baldweene, Evans, Benson, Spies
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TRI-SHIP ,AT .J
TRI-SHIP , 1. jwf?
O During The year I947-48. Tri-Ship presenTed a 'X ,.
program of varied and exTensive acTiviTies, Through! I jf ,
which iT worked consTanTIy To esTabIish iTs ideal oTI I f
ciTizenship. sporTsmanship. and TeIIowship among
The boys oT New Trier. WiTh The cIub headed by ,T
Bill Redding, presidenT: Brad GIass, vice-presidenTZ
and Aldy Davis, secreTary-Treasurer, The TwenTy-
Third year oT Tri-Ship was one oT The besT on record.
AT The beginning oT The school year, The Tresh-
man boys were acquainTed wITh The club and iTs
purposes. Every boy was given'a booIcIeT describ-
ing The TuncTions oT Tri-Ship, and The oTFIcers oT The
club Talked To The new sTudenTs in order To clear up
any quesTions. A group of senior boys also helped
The iirosh advisers un+iI The new boys were some-
whaT used To The school. I
BRADLEY GLASS. Tri-Ship Award Winner
Brzezinslri, Shade, Rose, Nash, Ellis, PoHs, Ellmore, Wanner, Hifes, Ofis, Davis
Krasberg, Hughes, While, Gilmer, James, Covell, Harfne1'+, Halsey, Jenneff, Talley, Aishion
Pearson, Ross, Piclrard, Ellis. Ballman, Trom, Robson, Nash, Price, Nelson, Tomei, Wade, Rumsfeld, Jannofia,
Maclcinnon, Lambar+, Frazier, Benson, Elliff, Brower, McGraw, Brown, Kivland, Dempsey, Massey, Paddoclr, Arfhur
Scoff, Talley, James, Lyons, Huclz, Ellis, Hells+rom, Yus+, Gomperf, Birlxelund, Harineif, Cusick, Bergman, Bacon
The plan of sending a small group of senior boys
io ihe Wilmeiie Rolary every Wednesday was con-
iinued ihis year very successfully. In This way The
boys are able io learn someihing of civic life oui-
side ihe school.
Tri-Ship, in cooperaiion wiih Girls' Club, carried
on a cloihing drive ai Jrhe firsi of ihe year of which
every New Trieriie can be proud. Fiiieen and one-
half 'ions of cloihing were collecied for European
couniries. This is 'fhe besf record ever made by any
high school in 'ihe Uniied S'ra+es. A successful
money drive for Europe and ihe annual Red Cross
drive were also carried on.
A+ +he end of ihe fooiball season 'rhe Fooibail
Banquei proved io be very popular. The speaker
was Marshall Goldberg, s+ar halfback on 'rhe Chi-
cago Cardinals. l.a'rer in ihe year. +he boys broughi
'rheir faihers io +he bi-annual Faiher-Son Banquet
which was enjoyed by all.
Aiiendance records were broken a+ 'rhe five Tri-
Ship dances, probably because of fhe excellen+ pub-
lici+y and ihe good bands which were provided.
Row I: Richmond, Monlgomery, Jenne++, Shanahan, Sanders, Aishlon, Kolllaf, Weisman, Felfes
Row 2: Segil, Fagan, Susen, Taylor, Wrighf, Brower, Gabel, Slinson, Rice
Row 3: Fox, Craven, Bray, Lindsay, Ives, Allen, Baldwin, Brigham, Cahn
Row I: Dollar, Paxlon, Clarlre, Arms, Harmas, Simmons, Fox, O'Neil, Susan, Dunn
Row 2: Brown, Brady, McCarn, James, Hass, Taylor, Leisch, Erwin, Loewe, Buhai, Hanser
Row 3: Murray, Fiizpafriclr, A. Miller, Rible++, Penney, Roesing, Billow, Bushman, Burr, Peasfer
Row I: Challinor, Belnap, Bond, Tomassene, Allen, Baldwin, Brigham, Kahn, Gable, Lealon, Balrer, Johnson, Hargreaves
Kolflaf, Polls, De Carlo, Wright Calkins
Row 2: Rice, Hinlrley, Pesaluro, Gelderman, Hiles, Elliff, Bray, Birlrelund, McLaughlin, Humphrys, Alexander Schaeffer
Baumgardner, Brower, Magie, Ellis
Row 3: Draslaerg. Shelion, Blind, Coales, Fox, Taylor, Logsdon, Templelon, Noonan, Dold, Kelso, Brooks, Aishlon McKee
Gershman, Benson, Lambarf
Belween semesiers The sludenf ialenr show, Lag-
niappe. was presenied lo four difiereni audiences.
A new meihod oi selling riclcels, whereby every slu-
denr had an equal chance, was inauguraied. The
show proved 'ro be a howling success.
The Tri-Ship room was given new lighiing This
year, and ihe old 'rrophy case was exchanged for a
new and larger one.
The Siudeni Aid Commiliee again provided a
varieiy of iobs, such as window-washing or snow-
shoveling, for any boy who soughl' worlc. This com-
miiiee is also in charge of giving ihe scholarships
for which The grealer perl of Tri-Ship's money is
used. During I947-'48 aboul a dozen scholarships
were given lo deserving New Trier boys.
lrnporianl services were rendered by The Library
Monilors and lhe boys al lhe lnlormaiion Desk.
These groups were handled by ihe Public Relalions
Commiliee, which also loolc charge of all publicily
Two oiher commiiiees, Traiiic Regulalions and
l'lall Guards, made ihe running ol: New Trier easier
by Their eTIorTs. The boys on These commiTTees
helped prevenT TraTTic jams beTore and aTTer school,
and IcepT The halls Tree Trom IoiTerers during Iunch
The boys oT The Usher Corps were in popular de-
mand This year, as usual, and could be seen aT all
The school's principal evenTs, such as plays, concerTs,
The Cheerleaders did a wonderTuI job oT keeping
school spiriT high aT The TooTbaII and basIceTbaII
games. The cheering was beTTer Than ever, due
largely To The organizaTion oT The Peppers socieTy, a
group oT sTudenTs who came ouT To every game,
wearing Their green and grey caps, and yelled Their
All TicIceTs Tor Tri-Ship TuncTions, such as The Ban-
queTs, were ably handled by The Class Chairmen.
These boys were responsible Tor relaying inTorma-
Tion concerning The organizaTion back To The advi-
ser-room represenTaTives, Through whom every boy
in The school learned wha+ was going on. Any news
or suggesTions Trom The adviser-rooms To The Board
was also Taken care oT by The Class Chairmen.
A new cornmiTTee was organized This year, The
ArrangemenTs CommiTTee, which Takes on any iobs
ouTside The Tields oT The oTher commiTTees. The
new commiTTee proved a greaT help in The running
OT course, a large parT oT The cIub's success is
due To The inTeresT and assisTance oT The Two spon-
sors, Mr. Frisbie and Mr. Gannaway. WiThouT Their
help, Tri-Ship would noT be The successTuI organiza-
Tion which iT is.
Row I Lafimer, TripIeTT, WaTTs Row I: Oalzley, Bufler, KoIfIa+, Seaberg, Aishfon
Row 2 Fever, Helper, RoberTson, DuT+er Row 2: Parfiff. Ives. Weisman, Fox, Humphrys -
CHEERLEADERS HALL GUARDS
Row I Roeddiger, Sealy, Sfaub, Coolidge Row I: Kresberg, Kellogg, Cahn, Mariin, McDermo+T
Row 2 Jones, Tucker, Wiley, Free, Rufh Row 2: Codes, Humphrys, Aish'I'on, AIIen Iheadl, Claris,
Gershman, Sa nders, Seeberg
MARY HELEN JONES. D. A. R. Award Winner
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I Every girl. on enlering New Trier, becomes a
member ol Girls' Club. The board is made up ol
lour ollicers and seven board members. Each girls'
adviser-room has a represenlalive who goes lo lhe
weekly meelings in lhe Girls' Club room and reporls
lhe aclivilies ol lhe club lo lhe girls.
The sponsor is Miss Wrighl. The ollicers lhis year
were Lois Cederberg, presidenl: Kenmar Bushman.
vice-presidenl: Shirley Paidar, secrelary: and Jane
Kenmar Bushman and her commillee look care of
lhe annual magazine drive. Free "Echoes" were
awarded lo lhe lourleen girls who sold lhe mosl
magazines. and lor len days a box ol candy was
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given daily lo lhe winning adviser-room. Also, spe-
cial prizes were given lo lhe girls who sold lhe mosl
Curlis magazines. The money lrom lhis drive is
used mainly lor lhe scholarships lhal lhe club
awards each year.
The Employmenl Commillee, headed by Belly
Schaeller. did a splendid job lhis year. They lound
all lcinds ol jobs lor lhe girls. There were more iobs
lhan girls lo fill lhem, bul lhe commillee really
worked hard and achieved a lol.
Ann Bigelow's Arrangemenls Commillee had
charge ol lhe club room and ollice. The club room
al one lime or anolher serves everyone in lhe
school, Tor iT is used as a meeTing place Tor The
clubs, as a senior girls' honor sTudy hall second
semesTer, Tor adviser-room parTies and Teas, and by
oTher school organizaTions.
Marylynn Ivlonlcs Financial CornmiTTee sold hoT
dogs and cokes as usual aT The TooTbalI games. They
also sold saIT waTer candy in The lunch hall iusT be-
The ChariTy ConnrniTTee, headed by lNIaTalie
Walceley, had a big job This year. IT handled The
usual Red Cross drive and The cIoThing drive. IT
Tried an innovaTion when a group oT exchange leT-
Ters Trom English schools arrived. Girls' Club Tound
"pen-pals" Tor The English children.
Jane Evans and her Publicilry ComrniTTee have
Talcen care OT all Girls' Club adverlrising. This in-
cluded malcing posTers and banners and wriTing
news arTicles. -'
The Friendly and Social CommiTTees, headed by
Nancy Lindberg and Connie WhiTaI4er, respecTiveIy,
Took care oT Triendly and social evenTs. Such evenTs
as The Treshman-senior parTy, The Friendly Banquet
and The New Girls' Supper Toolc place TirsT sernesTer.
The annual ChrisTr'nas open house was given iusT be-
Tore ChrisTrnas vacaTion. The girls enTerTained Their
moThers aT The IvIoTher-DaughTer BanqueT second
GIRLS' CLUB REPRESENTATIVES
Row I: Bowman, Poehler, Jacobson, Talbof, Donohue, Marcy, Young, Gilchrist Troul'
Row 2: McCoy, Whife, Bowler, Pollock, Appely, Jones, Hamilfon, STerreTT, Riggs, Merriam, Monfgomery
GIRLS' CLUB COMMITTEES
Row I Sherman, Burdick, McGraw, Culberison, Emrich, Mohardf, Dowd, Holden, Priebe, Cusfard, Pierson, Hammond
Row 2 Snell, KnoH', Dunne, Clingmen, Zeiss, Alfheimer, Johnson, Gill, Langfiff, Jones, Lindberg, Chapin, Murphy
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O This year l'he ECHOES slaff has worked espe-
cially hard. under +he leadership of Jay Gelderman
and Doroihy Jirgal, co-edilors. 'lo bring you a com-
plefe piciure of The year. ECHOES is The mosl
popular publicaiion a+ New Trier. because if noi
only conlains Jrhe piclures of every siudenl' and
every school aclivily. bul' il also conlains pages of
snapsho+s showing Jrhe s+uden+s' exlra-curricular ac-
ECHOES - SPONSORS
Jay Gelderman has done a fine iob as co-edi+or
in charge of The lay-our slaff, and Dorofhy Jirgal.
co-edi+or. has very ably direclecl +he wri+e-up srafli.
Bofh of lhese groups have worked very hard and
have cooperaled wi+h each olher.
Sarah lv1cCarn, +he ar'r edilor. has done a greal'
deal along wi+h Jack Wrighf. who is associale ediror
in charge of business. Special recognilion should
go +o lvlary Ann Kenney. who has done ou+s+anding
work as an assislanl' edifor.
ECHOES - EDITORS
Wrighf, Jirgal. Gelderman
Recognirion for Ihe picfures of Iarge groups and
individuals goes +o Bernie's Srudio. The engraving,
which was so promprly done, is due +o Ihe Ponriac
Elecirorype and Engraving Company, and our
beauriful covers were done by Ihe A. I'loIum and
Sons Company. The prinring was done by +he Econ-
omy Adverrising Company of Iowa Ciiy, Iowa.
ECHOES - WRITE-UP STAFF
Row I: Hagan, Kenney, New-
man, Cambridge, Jones, Pas
Row 2: Widau, Taylor, Nafen
berg, Bryanr, Chapin, Wolf
Row I: Jacobs, Helper, Whife
Row 2: Feuer, Van, Schaack, Ek-
The Iacuiry heads of ECHOES are Mr. IvIcKinnie
and Mr. Warers who have given a Ioi' of 'rheir 'Iime
'ro Jrhe publicarion. '
Bob Sharpe. who is associafe eciiror in charge of
phorography, did an excellenr iob on all 'rhe divi-
sion pages and small groups. He deserves special
recognirion, since The Iask was so difficulr and he
spenr so much Time on ir.
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C The New Trier News, pul ou+ weekly by a line
slaff, did an excellenl job +his year. Because of lhe
increased prinling cos+, +he co-edifors, Larry Yusl
and Sfeve Paddock, inlroducecl lhis year a new
+ype sheel called phololilhography. This eighl-
page magazine-newspaper meanl a lol of work, for
lhe make-up had lo be done al school, buf work or
no work, if was a delinire improvemenl over lhe
old issues. Wilh +his new slyle paper, line cur draw-
ings could be used a+ a cheaper cos+. John Mas-
sey conrribufed many fine, rimely carloons.
The paper did i+s besl +o cover all school evenlsz
sporfs, Tri-Ship, Girls' Club, G. A. A., Council,
Dramalics. efc. In aclcli+ion, excellenl ediforials ap-
peared in each issue.
The slaff included Jeannine Peasler, edilor of a
calchy fea+ure page: Jim Zeisel and Lyle Rich-
mond, sporls edilors: Bev Cannon, lailhful lyping
head: Chuck Allen and Don McKee, managers of
business and adverlisingg Gerr Bishop, copy desk
head: and Connie Kraelsch, circulalion head.
Louie Kranlz and Tubby Bacon also conlribufed a
large parl of +heir lime before baskelball season 'ro
lhe sporls and news seclions.
The paper could no+ have been issued so regu-
larly, or wilh so few mis+akes, wilhoul +he cheerful
assislance of Mr. Carpenler, +he sponsor for +he
lirsl semesfer, and Mr. Shirley, who 'look his place
al 'rhe beginning of lhe lasl semesler.
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Row I: Krae'rsch, Yusf, Paddock, Peasier
Row 2: Cannon, Zeisel, Chapin, Bishop, Hagan, McKee
Row I: Slamin, Peas+er, Roo+
Row 2: Hammerman, Chrismen, Jacobs, Chapin, SmI+h
Row I: Fry, Spence, Taylor, Dushlrin
Row 2: Kimbarlr, Peasier, Mayer, Arnheim, L. Peasier
COPY DESK, ADVERTISING, CIRCULATION, ART
Row I: RibIeH', Rossberger, Murray, Rosenihal
Row 2: Magie, Liebman, Sowersby, Bushman, Jacobs, Em-
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C ATTer a declara+ion ThaT There would be no
T948 Inlclings unless The qualiTy oT The work im-
proved Trom ThaT of The maTerial conTribuTed lasT
year. a '48 issue was published ThaT is really worTh
reading. Perhaps The criTicism acTed as a challenge
To New TrieriTes, buT aT any raTe, mosT of The sTories
and poems and arTicles submiTTed were excellenT.
Freshmen, Seniors, and everyone beTween "wroTe
Tor lnlclings" aT The suggesTion oT Their Teachers and
The clever posTers done by PaT Mooney.
The conTribuTions, due any Time before spring
vacaTion, were sorTed and judged by an unusually
large sTaTT. These girls and boys, who represenTed
The Tour classes aT school, spenT long and Tedious
aTTernoons reading all sorTs oT masTerpieces, Trying
To decide which were The besT. This year The "besT"
was someTimes humorous, buT The sTaTT Tried To in-
clude more serious sTories Than in previous years.
When The maTerial had been graded, and a size-
able number of liTerary works chosen To be prinTed,
several hecTic days were spenT in proof-reading.
Then The sTories were placed on separaTe pages in
The way They would be published, wiTh plenTy oT
New Trier ArT DeparTmenT illusTraTions scaTTered
ThroughouT The wriTTen subiecT maTTer. IT may be
added here ThaT The cover design Tor lnlclings was
done by one of The many enTranTs in The lnlclings
Cover ConTesT. The prize Tor This conTesT was The
supreme saTisTacTion of having The design on The
The lnlclings sTaTF owes a loT To iTs TaculTy spon-
sor, Mr. PeTerson, and iTs co-ediTors, Marion and
Gerry Clark, who dished ouT reading assignmenTs
and answered The inTricaTe. complicaTed grammar
quesTions ThaT even The sTaTT sophomores couIdn'T
Row I: Lynn, Rosenfhal, Chapin,
Penney, Cormany, Burlingame,
Row 2: Chavlrin, McCabe, Mer-
rill, Trense, Piclcard, Leisch, Bu-
hai, M. Clerk
Missinq From PicTure: G. Clark,
Row I: Kenney, Levy
Row 2: Allison, Monlgomery
Row I: Merrill, Korlh
Row 2: Klein, Lynn
,fxigy I N X A
C This year. as usual, French Club pul oul lhe
annual magazine. "Le Flambeauf' conlaining
slories, poems, crossword puzzles, and jokes, all
in French. The proceeds lrom lhe sale ol lhe
magazine go lo help lhe school which lhe Club
is sponsoring in France. The edilor ol lhis year's
"Le Flambeau" was Mary Ann Kenney, wilh
Belly l-lurlbul as assislanl, Cece Allison as head
ol arl, Louise Monlgomery in charge ol sales,
and Faire Levy as lyping head..
C Schreiberei is lhe magazine composed ol'slu-
denls' original work in lhe German classes. The
malerial il conlains includes puzzles, plays, arlicles,
and slories, all ol which are in German. The Ger-
man Club assisls in lhe publicalion ol lhis annual
lilerary magazine. This was lhe lwelllh conseculive
year ol publicalion,
This year lhe members ol lhe Schreiberei slall
were Margarel Klein, Tom Simmons, Peler Merrill,
Janice Lynn, and l-lelen Korlh. The arl edilor was
Jack Harlray. The magazine was complelely slu-
denl-produced. supervised by Mr. McDowell.
The edilors and wrilers have produced an excel-
lenl publicalion, allhough il was hard lo choose lhe
besl from all lhe malerial submilled. They have
produced an inleresling and enlerlaining magazine.
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Row I Chavkin, Marcus, Lee, Burlingame, Myer, Blake, Berner, Burr, Hammerman, Peasfer, Effelson, Brady, Sfelhn, Culberfson, Engelhard
Moharcll, Coburn, Paschen. Freeman
Row 2: Susan, Fever, Paxlon, Berg, Loeffell, Levy, Peterson, M. Clark, Fraker, Hennessy, Housfon, Rouse, Pavlilr, Clerk, McCarn, Ney, Brown
Swifl, Rose, Roberfs, Cunninqham, Mr. Coburn
Row 3: Gelderrnan, Harlray, O'NeiI, Simmons. Van Scheack, Barnich, Clerlca, Gershman, McLaughlin, Eisenberg, Tregnih, Pickup, Heworfh
Johnson, Coales, Arms, Bray. Elrlund, Ohlson, Ludgin
Row I: Burr, Culberlson, While, Rouse, Hennessy, Brady, Hoy?
DRAMATICS CLUB BOARD
Row I: Gelderman, Slamin, Susen
Row 2: Loewe, Maison, Van Schaaclr, Yeager, O'NeiI, Rose, Coburn Row 2: Maison, Paxlon, McCarn Burr
C This year, lhe Dramalic Club, under lhe ca-
pable sponsorship of Mr. Coburn, had a mosl suc-
cessful season. Three plays were presenledz
"Slage Door," "The Prince and The Pauperf' and
"You Can'I Take ll Wilh You". Membership in lhis
club is open lo anyone who has appeared in one
play al' New Trier. The following ollicers gave lheir
lime and lalenl lo help make lhis an oulslanding
year for Dramalic Club: John Susen, presidenlt
Glenn Paxlon, vice-presidenli and Mary Engelhard.
secrelary. The various commillee heads should also
be remembered for lheir conlribulions.
O One ol New Trier's mosl basic and imporlanl
dramalic organizalions is Aclors' Guild. This club
consisls of sludenls who have appeared in one or
more of lhe many and varied lypes of one-acl plays
which Aclors' Guild presenls lhroughoul lhe school
year. Such plays enable sludenls desiring lo ap-
pear in major produclions Io acquire invaluable ex-
perience and lraining on lhe slage. Guided by
Miss Kral, lhe ollicers have achieved a mosi suc-
cessful and enjoyable year lor lhe club members.
The ollicers were as follows: Dick O'Neil, presidenlg
Lillian Pelerson, program chairman: Virginia Hen-
nessy, vice-presidenl: Marion Clark, secrelary-
lreasurerz Eric Van Schaack and I-larrief Burr, play-
reading chairmen: Marshall Maison, newspaper
publicily chairman: Joanne Burlingame, posler pub-
licily chairman: Bud Rose, Iickeis and ushers: and
Joanne Rouse, scrapbook.
Row I: Rosenfhal, Barancilc, Breg-
sfone, Phipps, Morrison, Wilh-
Row 2: Roberson, G. Clarlm,
Jones, Lovering, M. Clark,
Brady lheadl, Olis, Hinlrle,
Row 3: Nichols, Dolniclc, Lowell,
Loeffell, Delanfy, Peferson, Alt-
heimer, Rouse lasstl, Flana-
gan, Schneider, Casad, Loewe
VERSE SPEAKING CHOIR
Row I: Bufler, Wrighl, Beck-
mann, Reagan, Elfelson, Ham-
merma n, Rosenlhal
Row 2: Coburn, Price, Cam-
bridge, Nay, Brady, Berg
Missing From Picfure: Freeman,
Row I: DoHer, Lundberg, Mr.
H a r p e r , Clarke, Challinor,
Row 2: Crofooi, Arms, Van
Zandf, Brown, Fox, Lucchesi
Row I: Duclman, Harper, Burr
Row 2: Berg, Schladen, Vedovell,
Row I: Simmons, Jones. Brown
Row 2: Kemper, Slreel, Niese
CAST FOR "THE PRINCE AND THE PAUPER"
C The Freshmen and sophomores added a major
ingredienl' 'ro rhe recipe of a successful dramalic
year, when +hey presenled Mark Twain's exciling
slory, "The Prince and +he Pauper".
The play, under fhe direclion oi Miss Virginia
Kral, was sfaged wilh all rhe color. vigor, and ex-
ciremenl of The period from which il' was Taken.
The cosfumes were colorful, and 'lhe scenery was
unique. We owe a greal' big "Congral'ula+ions" lo
our sophs for a job well done. Indeed, an evening
a+ New Trier's "Prince and The Pauper" was an eve-
ning well spenl.
Prince . . .
Pauper . . .
John Canfy .
Mrs. Canfy .
Lord Sl. John .
Lady Jane Grey
Lady Ursula .
. Archie Brown
. Roger Ludgin
. . . . Eva Sieflan
. Pafricia Loder
. Suzanne Tobey
. Ken? Parlrer
. Roberl Jaeger
Nan . .
Sheriff . .
Be+'s Mofher .
Hall . .
Yolcel . .
Isl Guard .
2nd Guard .
Page . . .
Bugler . . .
Lords and Ladies
of The Courr
. . Peier Sawers
Befie Jean Robinson
. l-larlene Ploflcin
. Mary Schneider
. Siephen Rich
. . Joy Pavlik
. Susan Brown
. Paul Armsfrong
. Richard Swift
. Barbara Jarvis
. . David Bolger
. Roger Murdoch
. Roberl Nellis
. Roberf l-larfwell
. William Perrin
O The New Trier clramafic season opened Novem-
ber 6+h and 7+h wirh fhe presenlalion of "S+age
Door", by George Kaufman and Edna Farber. The
produclion was given by +he Dramafic Club and
was direcled by Miss Winifred Gahagan.
"S+age Door" is a s+ory of Broadway--of lhe
many who come and fhe few who slay. The play is
full of laughs, human inleresi, and dramaiic mo-
men+s. The casl of +hir'ry-one characlers was se-
lecfed from open fryouls held for upper-classmen.
The slage characlers ranged from ihe boarding-
house keeper 'ro beauliful, career-seeking girls.
siruggling aciors, publicily men, glamorous molion
piclure producers. and ordinary business men.
Special men+ion should be made of +he oufsfand-
ing performances of Sue Loelell and Ru'rh Chavkin
as Terry Randall, Sarah McCarnv as ihe wise-crack-
ing Jucliih, and Mac McLaughlin as lhe playwrighf
who goes Hollywood.
Olga Brandi' ..... Peggy Weiner
Bernice Niemeyer ..... Jone Pavlik
Susan Paige . . . . . Jean EH'elson
Malfie ...... Joanne Burlingame
Mary Harper lBig Maryl . . Mary Engelhard
Mary McCune lLiHle Maryl . Virginia Hennessy
Madeleine Vauclain .... Sally Houslon
Judifh Canfield . . . . Sarah McCam
Ann Braddock . . Jacquelyn Lemon
Mrs. Orcu++ .
Pa+ Devine .
Frank . .
Fred Powell .
Lou Milhauser .
Billy . ' . .
. Judifh Blake
. Marion Clark
. Suse'r+e Loelllell and Ru+h Chavkin
ux . . Roberr Johnson
. John Slamin
. . . Richard Gershman
. . Leigh'ron McLaughlin
. John Susen
Row I: Huvey, Bullen, Powell, Bevier, Ticlmor, Davis, Lee
Row 2: Moody, Legner, Allen, Wells, Mills, Devine, Sfeinberger, Korfh, Mrs. Kidd, Mr. Hines
Row 3: Wolf, Chapin, Brooks, HBWOYIIT, O'NeiI, O'Asaro, Baker, Becker, Bullard, Bevier
Q Members of English, lwisiory, science. ancl lor- lenl colleciion of ancienl and modern insirumenls
eign language groups benefil from The Music lnie- and Mrs. Kidd's especially compiled foreign lan-
graiion program conducied by Mrs. Kidd and a guage song books, ine sl'udenl's inleresl and appre-
new Ieaclwer, Mr. Hines. Wiiln ilne aid of ilne excel- ciaiion of his academic subiecls are increased.
Row I: Kemper, Broolrs, Rosenbaum
Row 2: Bullen, Mr. Hines, Mrs. Kidd, Whiffen
Brooks, Powell, Sleinberger, Korlh, O'NeiI
O The New Trier DebaTe Team enjoyed anoTher
very successTul year. Under capTain Mark Crane,
The Team appeared in over Three hundred debalres.
and was ranked as one oT The besT Teams in The
sTaTe. Besides The regular debaTes, our Team ap-
peared in many TournamenTs, including The Tourna-
menTs held aT Hammond. La Grange, De Kalb,
Elgin, Lake ForesT, AugusTana, La PorTe, Riverside,
and The sTaTe debaTe TournamenT as a climax To iTs
Each year members oT The Team who have been
ouTsTanding in debaTe are elecTed To The NaTional
Forensic Honor SocieTy, which has over TorTy Thou-
sand members, and Tour hundredland TiTTy chapTer5.
one locaTed righT here aT New Trier. The members
son, Ofis, Bullen
Row I: Beclrer, Crane
clerson, Ofis, Bullen
of-The NaTional Forensic Honor SocieTy on The Team
This year were: Gordon MacDougall, Mark Crane,
and Craig Henderson.
Arrangemenfs Tor These debaTes and exTempora-
neous conTesTs have been made by The Forensic
Board under The direcTion oT Their coach, Mr. C. E.
MacLean. In February one oT The hardesT ToughT
exTemporaneous conTesTs was held aT New Trier
High School wiTh some oT The sTrongesT schools In
The MidwesT compeTing.
One of The big evenTs of The year was The pre-
senTaTion oT The HilTon Ira Jones award To The mosT
ouTsTanding debaTer, The Solon Reiley award Tor
excellence in speech, and The Elmer Baker award Tor
loyalTy and cooperaTion.
NATIONAL FORENSIC LEAGUE
Row I: Himes, MacDougelI, Maclean Hender
Row 2: Nesselrod, Frisby, Wagner Wiley Crane
NATIONAL FORENSIC BOARD
Row 2: McDougall, C. E. MecLe n Henderson
Row I: Himes, Chrisman, Brown, MacLean Hen
Row 2: Nesselrod, Frisby, Wagner Crane Wiley
COMBINED BANDS i
FLUTES-PICCOLOS: Befsy Bray, William Coafes, Allan Conney, Waller Johnson, Sally McKeighan, John Mills, Jerry Nesselrod, Sally O'NeiI,
Kennefh Robson, Claire Siewerl. OBOES: Dorofhea Bayles, Marshall Maison, Judifh Weinsiein. BASSOONS: Ted Bolle, Nancy Welch.
B-FLAT CLARINETS: Harvey Bruecks, Michael Buck, Craig Campbell, Charles Crowe, Peier De Beer, Pafricia Dofy, Eugene Ederer, James
Ellmore, Richard Fabian, Richard Kemper, Charles Lobb, Bruce McDonald, Ralph Norfon, Anfonefle Paffullo, Bruce Posey, Jeanneffe Richmond,
Daniel Scheinfeld, Ivan ScoH', Bremer Simpson, George Sfoesslein. ALTO CLARINETS: Dane Macomber, William Sherrill. BASS CLARINET:
Roberf Harfwell. ALTO SAXOPHONES: George Bray, John Large, Richard Peierson. TENOR SAXOPHONES: Harold Nelson, George
Weeks. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Bruce Macomber. CORNETS-TRUMPETS: Ted Borhek, Charles Burch, George Carey, Thomas Craig,
John Hagerman, Roberf Harnsberger, Kenne+h Henning, Norman Jumisko, Richard Krohl, Ralph Lindahl, Reber? Luiz, Philip Mayer, James
McDaniel, David Monigomery, Maurice Pair, William Perrin, William Piiney, Richard Rix. Edmund Schneider, Richard Wiley, Sfephen Winfer-
nih, Dorwen Wrighf. FRENCH HORNS: James Bolle, John Haworfh, Kent Parker, Richard Sievens, Viclor Traufwein, Thomas Waller, Herman
Wire. TROMBONES: James Arnold, Thomas Kroschell, Richard Lyons, Richard Morgensiern, Joseph Poffs, Peler Sawers, John Worfhingfon.
BARITONE HORNS: Kenneih Jacobs, Roberi Krasberg, Siephen Monfgomery, James Wanner, James Weis. TUBAS: James Brooks, Jay
Jacobs, David Main. STRING BASSES: Donald McCoy, Richard O'NeiI. PERCUSSION: Roberl- Blomberg, Richard Cody, Robert Fisher,
Nancy Hendrickson, Donald Keller, William Nelson, John Parker, Roberf Pfuhenruefer, Arihur Siade. LIBRARIAN: James Bolle. SECRE-
TARIES: James Brooks, Richard Kemper, Ted Bolle, Eugene Ederer. DRUM MAJOR: Roberf Pfuhenrueler.
NEW TRIER SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Isf VIOLINS: Nancy Zeiss lConcerlmis+ressl, Anne Townsend, Richard Calkins, Calvin Sanders, Mary Englehardi, Mary Helen Jones, Barbara
Buchanan, Jane Goddard, Rosemary Roe, Elizaberh Zimmerman, Eugenia Carrol, Hervy Hicks. 2nd VIOLINS: Marilyn Jacobson lPrincipall,
Richard McCaIly, Blair McElroy, Ann Bollard, Nadia Dushkin, Eva Sfeffan, Belly Jean Robinson, Heaiher Presfon, Virginia Booz, Ancella
Weinsfein, Barbara Jarvis, Shirley Aschenbach, Mary Doherty, Anne Cobb. VIOLAS: James Brooks lPrincipall, George Holsiead, David
Gorrner. VIOLONCELLOS: Kairina Schmidi lPrincipall, Guinivere Jones, Joan Shaykin, Lelah Dushkin, Marianne Labeson. STRING
BASSES: R4chard O'NeiI lPrincipaIl, Donald McCoy, Michael Greenebaum, Dale Hinsman, Charlene Coupe. FLUTES: William Coafes, Alan
Conney, Jerry Nesselrod. .OBOES: Marshall Maison, Dorfhea Bayless. CLARINETS: Bruce Posey, Jeanelfe Richmond, An+oneHe Paffollo,
Bremer Simpson, Ralph Norfon. BASSOONS: Nancy Welch, Ted Bolle, Jr. HORNS: James Bolle, John Haworih, Kenf Parker. TRUMPETS:
Theodore Borkek, Kenne+h Henning, Dorween Wright TROMBONES: Poe PoHs, Tom Kroeschall, James Arnold. TYMPANI: Robert Pfufzen-
reuier. PERCUSSION: John Parker, Arihur Slade. PIANO: Judy Gordon.
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O The New Trier Conceri Band, under ihe compe-
'reni direciion oi Ivlr. lvlages, has compleiecl a high-
ly successful year. Every New Trier siudenl was
proud of iis excelleni performance ai aihleiic evenis
and assemblies, and oi irs oulsranding Band Con-
Conceri Band is open 'ro anyone who is skillful
enough 'ro pass iis enirance examinaiion. The more
advanced players make up ihe wind and percussion
seciions of lhe senior orchesira. The members oi
Conceri Band musl' learn marches, school songs.
popular numbers, and symphonic pieces, as well as
drilling on field maneuvers. Our lhanks io Ihem and
io Mr. Ivlages for iheir service.
O The Senior Orchesira has coniinued io sei a
higher siandard of performance each year. The
work of iis members has been indispensable. This
year lhey played for lhe opera, boih concerls,
Lagniappe. and several plays. The orchesrra has
added a greal' deal +o New Trier's dramaiic ac+iv-
A greal' deal is required of The players, boih in
eiiori and in skill. They meel' every day during
school. as well as aiiending many exlra rehearsals.
Mrs. Colron, assisied by Mrs. Lavery, has conlrib-
uied greaily +o The splendid success of 'rhe orches-
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ENSEMBLES AND CHOIR
Q One oT The mosT soughT-aTTer honors aT New
Trier is membership in an Ensemble. The Girls' En-
semble, led by Miss Anderson, and The Boys' En-
semble, under The direcTion OT Mrs. CoTTon, are
composed oT The school's TinesT singing voices.
These groups are careTuIly selecTed, and Though
preTerence is given To upperclassmen, anyone wiTh
an excelIenT voice is eligible Tor admission. This
year, The size oT boTh The Ensembles and The Choir
has been increased.
The A Cappella Choir, under The direcTion of
Mrs. Bradburn, is also composed oT superior voices.
Because The membership was exceedingly large This
year, The Choir was divided inTo Two groups-The
Inner and OuTer Choirs. This is The TirsT year such a
Engelhard, Gamble, Peasfer, Chubb, Wolf, Nolan, Rice,
Ellmore, Sosna, Lindberg, Meacham, Wild, Spence, Rodg-
ers, Wakeley, Davis, Abrams, Nance
Missing From Picfure: McCarn, Murphy
division has been made. Though mosT oT The lead-
ing roles in The opereTTa are given To members oT
The Ensembles, oTTen someone in Choir will be given
one oT These parTs.
Besides singing aT such school aTTairs as The
ChrisTmas and Spring ConcerTs and graduaTion, The
Ensembles and The Choir have sung aT many places
in Chicago and on The NorTh Shore. Among These
are The STevens, Congress, and Moraine Horels, The
RoTary Club, and OrchesTra Hall. These Two organ-
izaTions are becoming increasingly well lcnown in
MeTropoliTan Chicago, and have conTribuTed greal-
ly To The repuTaTion and The achievemenTs OT our
Row I: Sizer, Leahy, Lindahl, Craig, Brooks, Marfin, Free
Row 2: Sfephenson, Monfgomer, AIIen, Conner, Craven, Rice,
Missing From Picfurez McDermoTT, Clark, Chrisman, Bray, Hinkley
Holmes, A+kinson, Nolan, Anderson, Barnes, Gamble, Dushkin, Chapin, Carey, Musson, Mackenrofh, Sosna, Burr, Hammerman, Peasfer,
Engelhard, Murphey, Ellmore, Fish, Taylor, Abrams, Weiner, Lindberg, Manierre
McCoy, Harvey, Schaeffer, Leisch, Meacham, Swindell, LaTimer, Shepard, Marfin, Braafen, Craig, Poffs, Lindahl, Sfaub, Sfade, O'NeiI,
Paxfon, A. Johnson, Cahn, S. Johnson, Drew, Free, Donnelly, Rose, STinson, Kroeschell, Brooks, Schmidf, Fraker, Hufh, Nance, Davis,
Zeiss, Wakeley, Rodgers, Roe, Brawn, Pfufzenreufer, Parker, Noonan, Shannon, J. Rice, Hinkley, Bray, Monfgomery, Craven, King,
Conner, Allen, Clark, Humphrys, Aishfon, Sfephenson, Segil, Gershman, Harfshorne, Brooks, McDermoTT, T. Taylor, Anderson, Reiley,
Rouse, Wild, Spence, A. A. Rice
O To make Opera Group is lhe goal ol every aspiring Yum-Yum .... I. Jeanine Peasler, Joan ryiurphy, Vivian Sosna
vocalisl al New Trier. ln order lo lake Care ol lhe in- Fgfyjifgffjqr - - ASQ? Q:gj?m5flGHNg1ijGLlf3Qfrge-hjgjyngnggmgj
creasi-ng numbers, lhe group is divided inlo iwo secllons. Kamha I I g . . Sally Hougfonv Marcia Nankel Mary Abrams
The Firsl Opera Group aclually presenls lhe opera, while Na,,1,3.pOO , ,,,,,,,. John Mcpemoff, Ralph Lindahl
lhe members ol Second Opera Group are held in reserve Ko'Ko . . . . Roger Hinkley, Howard Marlin, Jim Rice
and assured ol careful consideralion should lhere be a P90l"B5lT -'--'-- GQOWBG Connefi Sieve Bray- Ron Allen
Vac n - Hn h S Push-Tush ....... Bruce Macornber, John Clark, Larry Yusl
a Cy In e C Oru ' Mikado . . John Monlgomery, Claylon -Slephenson, Win Craven
This year lhe Opera Group presenled "The Mikado". The enlire casl, lhe orcheslra, lhe slage and make-up
one ol Gilberl and Sullivan s besl known operellas. The Crews, and, Iasl bul nol leasl, Mrs. Collon and her de-
prnncipals, carefully selecled aller many lry-ouls and parlmenl, all conlribuled greally lo make lhe opera one
much excilemenl, were as lollows: Oi line biggegl evenls Ol -the year,
V GIRLS'- OPERA GROUP
Row I: Cambridge, Cloud, Miller, Gamble, Carey, Arnheime, Penny, Bullen, Misch, Nay, Gleason, Beckerl, Swinney, Walker, Cook, Rodell,
Weiner, Holmes, Anderson, Baird, Alkinson, Frei, Murray, Ellmore
Row 2: Allen, Hollis. Monlgomery, Thompson, Taylor, McCoy, Mead, Bells, Mackenrolh, Kimbark, Musson, Rion, G. Powell, Dushkin,
P. Powell, Hammerman, Peasler, Engelhard, Murphy, D. Berg, N. Fish, Mohardl, Marcus, A. Taylor, Kuh, Nolan, Choale, Schladen,
Row 3: Coburn, Young, Newman, Donohue, Pauley, Grimm, Barnes, Pelerson, Lealon, Ackley, McGrew, Ticknor, Rubin, Lovgren, Walser,
Bullard, Harvey, Blake, Schaffer, Buller, Heberling, Leggill, Hulh, Manierre, Kenyon, S. While, B. Johnson, Warner, J. Loewe, Roberson,
Lawson, Chapin, M. Campbell, Paider, Billow, Tilus, Borgaan, Chavkin, Jones, Riblell, Gossell
Row 4: Slory, Danner, Salberg, Hinlernhoff, Krueger, Clark, Koch, Sleinberger, Golcher, Davis, Lindberg, Nance, Rice, Slrallon, Hans,
Houslon, Silver, Leisch, Wakeley, Reiley, Rouse, Wild, Newmann, Toubus, Rodgers, J. While, Fraker, Jones, Spence, Swindell, Sherman,
Korlh, Clark, Wells, Devine, Gelhman
BOYS' OPERA GROUP
Row I: Cunningham, Donnelly, Tucker, Kroeschell, Slade, Marlin, Braalen, Weimer, Ellmore, Bullman, Doughly, Brooks, Hicks, Polls, Lindahl,
Craig, Slinson, Sizer, Rose, Drew, Rice, Chrislopher, Scheinfeld, Clark
Row 2: Ludgin, Anderson, O'Neil, Allen, Trense, Johnson, McDermoll, Shepard, Johnson, Free, Paxlon, Parker, Noonan, Crowe, Shannon,
Smilh, Barlz, Yowell, Wagner, McDonald, Collar, Fry, Merrill, Slaub
Row 3: Brooks, Brown, Fursl, Hinkley, Bray, Monlgomery, Craven, Slephenson, Macomber, Humphrys, Harlshorne, King, Allen, Clark, Conner
Amos, Plangdon, Aishlon, Wallace, Yales, Taylor, Scoll, Segil
2nd GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Row I: J. Buchanan, C. Bu-
chanan, Shinnick, S h a n n o n,
Hawkinson, J. Smith, Lerch,
Rilfer, Riiiersporn, Nuffing,
Cookman, Ricker, Hendry
Row 2: Smifh, Ballanfyne, Miller,
Spodnyak, Donker, Groves,
Hoffman, Meyer, Grimm, Farr,
Ro+h, Talbof, Priebe, Dudman,
Isf GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Joyce, Springer, Droba, Drechsler, Carlson, P. Smifh, Cormany, Gods, Gordon, Barancik, Dowd, Webb, Meyers, Peasier, Ripley, Siegel
McCallen, While, Sherwood, Eccles, Bauman, Mirchell, Booz
Weber, Hodson, Hammond, Turner, Kilroy, Hinman, Luffer, Ives, Price, Rees, Nauioks, Schneider, Riggs, Wallace, Wineman, Gran?
Radunz, W.olleng, Shapiro, Barnelr, Snell, Koch, Slorch, B. Jones, Hicks, Williams, Howe, Curley, N. Williams
Maichle, J. Smiih, Allegan, Skyrm, Berry, Ely, Pererson, Lambar+, Sfillwell, Elmendorf, Hunfer, Gufhridge, Paxfon, Carroll, Nuveen
Bar+hold, Bossch, Donaldson, Benfley, Smiihers, Aior, Berry, Edwards, Gould, Clausen
2nd GIRLS' GLEE CLUB lPeriod 3l
Roddick, Norris, Leber, Wahl, Cole, Orfegel, Buchholz, Reed, Siliig, Goodkind, Blackburn, Rubel, Ticknor, Ploikin, Wylie, King
Chrisrensen, Rehfeld, DeSwarle, Billow
Chrisfensen, Robison, Beal, Rosenberger, Williams, Yoriis, Borre, McBain, LangiT++, Coifield, Kilroy, Talbol, Kno++, Doiy, Fay, Macken-
rofh, Affmann, Sfevens, Welch, Jarvis, Olson
Lindberg, Bryani-, Barrerf, Rusch, Sfekoll, Sherman, Sundblom, Zeddies, Appley, Broadhursl, Alfheimer, Johnson, Marlin, Murphy
Reiley, Peacock, Woleben, Reling, Jacobs, Milchell, Fiske
BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Van Schaack, Suriano, Ball, Perrin, Moses, Roeddiger, Merrifield, Weimer, Spiher, Bally, Allison, Fabian, Funari, Sowersby, Kafz
Mayer, Umbach, Barfhell, Wallen, Bulley, Pease, Fields, Cornell, Deming, Galey
Paiferson, Terrill, Tebbe++s, Richardson, Belding, HoIs+ead, Alley, Liebman, Simmons, Geppera, Rasmussen. Pilka, Luensman, Farnham
Morand, Li+chfield, Vernooy, De Beer, Gillespie, Hammerman, Cummins, Mon+gomery, Below, Burns, Branch, Bergman, Smalley, Nash
Ringley, Kramer, Abi, Currie, Ward, Manzelmann, Windes, Koerber, Harkness, Barnes, Meyers, Main, Gilmer, Deih. Breed, Weiller
Morgensiern, Worfhingfon, Davis, Zwiener, Sundi, Kleerup, Sinclair, Fenner, Felies, Krueger, Grigsby, Bergs+en
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Row I: Oldberg, WiThrow, Emery, Ploflrin, Blumberg, She'FTe, Bcwmen
Row 2: Bloom, McCabe, Robison, Rolh, McKeighan, Hannah, Hamilfon, DeForesf, Siewerf, WhiHen, Foley, Collins, Nedved
O The ReciTal Club, under The direcTion oT Miss Ander-
son, is The sTepping-sTone To Junior and Senior Music
Clubs. IT is open only To Freshmen. No TryouTs are
necessary, The only requiremenTs Tor membership being
ThaT The sTudenTs musT be Talcing lessons. Regular meeT-
ings are held, where members have The opporTuniTy To
perTorm before an audience.
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
O TryouTs were held early in The Tall Tor admiTTance To
Senior Music Club, buT all members oT orchesTra and The
ensembles were admiTTed auTomaTically. This year Tor The
TirsT Time dinner meeTings were held once a monTh in The
TaculTy dining-room. This club, sponsored by Mrs. CoTTon
and Mrs. Ream, is inTended Tor The enioymenT oT music-
ally minded sTudenTs. The oTTicers were BeTTy Schaeffer,
president I-lowie MarTin, vice-presidenT: Mary Engel-
hard, secreTary: and Ronald Allen, Treasurer.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
O This club is a gaThering place Tor Those New TrieriTes
inTeresTed in music. AT The meeTings, programs are pre-
senTed by The members and reTreshmenTs are served.
Aided by Mrs. Bradburn, The club endeavors To give iTs
members an advanced appreciaTion oT music. The oTTi-
cers This year were EThel Clingman, presidenT: GreTchen
STorch, vice-presidenTg Diane Tanner, secreTary: Mary
Dee I-lammond, Treasurer: and Cary Kimbark and CynThia
Cox, social chairmen.
JUNIOR MUSIC CLUB
Row I: Swinney, Tanner, Hagan, Ferris, Leber, Poffenberger, RiTTersporn, Blackburn, Walker, Kimbark, Anderson, O'Neil
Row 2: Hammond, McMahon, Coupe, LeggiTT, Chapin, TaIbo+, Nance, Hoffman, Turner, Young, Gordon, Bamburg, Mrs. Bradburn
Row 3: TalboT, Clingman, Koch, Housfon, Siewerf, HamiITon, Sfeinberger, Groves, Cox, Cambridge, SmiTh, WhiTTen
.SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
Row I: Hammond, Ellmore, Chapin, Jacobson, Fung, Granf, Weiner, Lebeson, Musson, Schaeffer, Dushlrin, Mohardf, Burr, PeasTer, Hammer-
man, Buchanan. Gordon, Enqelhard, Murphy, Fish, Holmes
Row 2: Gamble, Carey, McElroy, Clingman, Housfon, Zeiss, Roe, Rodgers, Leisch, Sfeinberger, Wild, Carroll, Spence, PaTfullo, Walzeley,
Harvey, Cox, Jones, Cambridge, Davis, Abrams. Anderson. Lindberg
Row 3: Nance, Sforch, Brooks, Greenebaum, Sander, Paxfon, Fox, Craven, Bray, Monfgomery, Conner, Allen, Macomber, Bolle, J. Broolrs,
Free, McCoy, O'Neil, Marfin. Rice, Taylor
QUILL CLUB NEWCOMERS CLUB
Row I: McKeighar, Binner, OTor, Chapin Row I: Krumm, Lovering, Allen, Curley, Grubbs
Row 2: Barone, Shinnick, DoherTy Row 2: Baker, Becker, Johnson, Rice, Delanfy, McKinnie
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB BOARD ART LEAGUE
Row I: Bushman, Kenyon, CuIberTson, Koch Row I: HunT, Tarman, Sfenvall, PeTerson, Van Deusen, Converse, Hoehne
Row 2: Reclmon, Evans, Bigelow, Clarlz Row 2: Campbell, Taylor, Chapin, OTis, Binner, Bevier, Dushlrin, Barone Wilson
QUILL CLUB Kenmar Bushman: secreTary. Jane Evans: Treasurer,
C Quill Club is a club Tor sTudenTs who are inTer-
esTed in improving Their wriTing abiliTy. The pur-
pose oT The Club is To sTudy Tamous wriTers, and To
criTicize each oTher's work. In previous years The
Club was open only To Treshmeniand sophomores.
buT since There was no club Tor upper classmen any
longer, This year juniors and seniors were also in-
viTed To join. As a resulT oT This, Quill Club has
really increased iTs membership This year.
Several Times a year The club asks adulTs To speak
on and explain problems and prospecTs in creaTive
wriTing. Quill Club is sponsored by Miss Wilson.
This year's olTicers were: presiclenT, Diana Chapini
secreTary, Barbara Jarvis, and Treasurer, Sue Binner.
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB
C Open To every junior and senior girl desiring To
learn abouT various proTessions open To women, is
Girls' Career Club. This club, capably sponsored
by Miss I-lenningsen and Miss Weiler, meeTs Tive
nighTs a semesTer. AT These meeTings diTTerenT
speakers are presenTed in order To Tell The girls
abouT Their respecTive occupaTions and careers.
This year Girls' Career Club presenTed a wide and
inTeresTing scope oT speakers including Those Trom
The Tields oT journalism, adverTising. Toreign service,
colleges, nursing, dramaTics, employmenT, home
economics, along wiTh a Tashion show. Now more
Than ever beTore The club is oT greaTer inTeresT and
value because each year an increasing number oT
girls enTers a vocaTional Tield and They Tind The ad-
vice given by Career Club moST useTul. The oTTi-
cers are presidenT, KaThy Redmon: vice-presidenT,
Anne Bigelow. The board consisTs oT CynThia Ken-
yon, Marion Clark, Jean Koch, heads oT member-
ship, program, and social commiTTees respecTively.
C ArT League is open To everyone-ThaT is,
everyone inTeresTed in arT. NoT meaning To imply
ThaT The members aren'T good arTisTs, There is nev-
erTheless The TacT ThaT you clon'T have To be a Rem-
brandT. a Dali, or even a STenvall To join The club.
This year The oTTicers were presidenT, Lillian PeTer-
son: vice-presidenT, Joyce Lowell: secreTary-Treas-
urer, Joan Murphy: and program chairman, Jim
Conley. The TaculTy sponsor was Mr. STenvall.
Among The many and varied acTiviTies oT The ArT
League This year were special speakers, movies, and
parTies. The meeTings were held on Fridays jusT
oTTen enough To make ever one a welcome sighT.
AnoTher Thing which conTribuTed To This was Thal-
The rneeTing roorn, 3Ol, was always decoraTed in
Tune wiTh The occasion oT The meeTing. All in all,
ArT League has had a very successTul year-ask
I The Newcomers' Club oT New Trier was esTab-
lished in l945 Tor The purpose OT aiding sTuclenTs
who enTer New Trier aTTer Their Treshman year in
becoming acquainTed wiTh The school and iTs acTiv-
iTies. The club inviTes many guesT speakers Trom
oTher organizaTions during The year and is enTer-
Tained by oTher clubs. Each new sTudenT may be a
member oi This club Tor a year and a halT. Mr.
McKinnie is The TaculTy sponsor and Barbara Grubs
is This year's presidenT.
C Organized by sTudenTs, sponsored by Mr. Mc-
Dowell, and presided over by Don McKee, The
presidenT, German Club's programs This year have
been inTeresTing and enTerTaining. T
The purpose of The club is To learn more abouT
German cuITure, German people, and To secure
conversaTionaI pracTice in The language. MeeTings
This year have included plays, puppeT TheaTer shows,
Talks, programs oT music, arT, and IiTeraTure, and
programs abouT German scienTisTs and scienTiTic
This year The vice-presidenT was Audree WiTT,
and The secreTary was Joanne Morrison. Finances
were handled by Mahlon Barnes, and order was
mainTained aT meeTings by Clark Dean.
All The club's parIiamenTary procedure and much
oT The conversaTion is in German. MeeTings are
held every second and TiTTh Wednesday of each
grade period. Three imporTanT meeTings This year
were The ChrisTmas parTy, The annual picnic, and
The Trip To The German movie in Chicago.
Row I: Mannix, Taylor, Rosen-
Thal, Miss Paul, Shinniclr, Mey-
Row 2: Coburn, Jones, Van Deu-
sen, Hoehne, Rusch, Levy,
Koch, Cambridge, Nay, Sigel,
Lee, Nylund, Cook, NuTTing
Q LaTin Club, one oT New Trier's ancienT Ian-
guage clubs, has had a very inTeresTing year learn-
ing abouT The hisTory and The IiTe oT The Roman
people. ITs purpose is To allow sTudenTs inTeresTed
in LaTin To TurTher Their knowledge oT The language
oTher Than from a TexT book. Backed by Miss Paul
and Miss Breidenbach, The club's guiding IighTs, iT
has presenTed plays abouT Rome, given parTies, and
held oTher inTeresTing evenTs. The oTTicers Tor The
I947-48 year were as Tollows: The Twin oTficers oT
consul or presidenT were held by BeTsy Jones and
Donna STeinberger: The QuaesTor, oTherwise known
as Treasurer, was Jeanne Miles: Scribe, or Secre-
Tary, JaneT Widau: PraeTor and Aedile, The social
chairmen, RuTh Koch and Jane Cook: and Tribune,
or head of reTreshmenTs, Mariorie Lee. These oTFi-
cers ioin TogeTher wiTh The club members once
every six weeks grade period Tor a meeTing. As
The club's members know, LaTin Truly is noT a dead
Row I: Klein, Hicks, Radunz,
WiTI', KorTh, Morrison, Rober-
son, STraTTon, Barnes, Brady,
Slown, S+eFFan, Jarvis, Lynn,
Row 2: Sfaub, Chrisfopher, Black-
well, Herfrey. Bu'I'Ier, Lowrey,
EiTeI, Rosenbaum, Segil, Gihres,
McKee, Merrill, Free, McDowell
Row 3: Kleinschmidf, Gafes, Di-
gel, Brooks, Trense, Brown, Ha-
worfh, Schneider, C o n n e y,
Barnes, Charles, Halsey, Dean
Row I: Schifflin, LuTTer, Taylor,
Row 2: Shinnick, Berry, B. Evans,
Row 3: Wineman, Nixon, Schia-
Row I: Cook, Lee, Murphy, Hurl-
Rowi 2: Van Deusen, Torrison,
I If you have Taken land passedl one year of
Spanish, and are sTill progressing upward and ouT-
ward, Spanish Club welcomes you as a member.
All The meefings are exfra-special, and especially
The Chrisfmas meefing which is always complefe
wifh a pinaTa or Two. Ofher meefings, held in The
Girls' Club Room, are based on Spanish drama, arf,
movies, and music. One of The club's innovafions
This ear was The addifion of boys To The lisT of
members. Affer all, boys here do Take Spanish Too.
and The female members of The club decided ThaT
They should noT be deprived of The pleasures of
joining. The business parf of every meeTing is con-
ducTed in Spanish, and offen The whole program is
in Spanish. So, you see, The officers musf be preTTy
good Spanish sTudenTs. Those claiming These high
posifions for This year are presidenf, Kaye Mc-
Lafchieq vice- residenf, Diane Schladen: secrefary,
Laura Donagher: Treasurer, Bob Core: publicify
chairman, Diana Chapin: and refreshmenfs chair-
man. Nancy Lindberg. Miss MudgeTT, who is The
faculfy s onsor, and The refiring officers meeT wiTh
The newlif-elecTed officers for The nexT year lall
elecfed aT The lasT spring meefing-wifh The ex-
cepTion of vice-presidenT and Treasurerl. They de-
cide on The firsf program and make general plans
for The following year.
Burr, Rosenfhal. Ross, Berner,
Hammerman, Moherdf, Thomp-
son, Kenf, Kraefsch, Bigelow
Donagher, Roe, Evans, J. WhiTe,
Johnson, C o o p e r, PeTerson,
Masferman, McAfee, L e a T h,
den, B. Jones, Granf, Nay, S.
Whi+e, Lindberg, Kline, James,
Torrison, McKenzie, McLaTchie,
FRENCH CLUB '
buf, Kenney, Jirgal, Mooney,
Mannix, Arey, Frei, Monfgom-
Koch, Levy, Sfeinberger, Jones,
Rouse, Vanderscook, M. Clark,
Meacham, G. Clark 1
I The French Club, sponsored by Mrs. Morris,
This year was based upon a sysfem differenf from
years previous. IT included a membership of fiffy
sTudenTs, bofh boys and girls. The programs were
conducfed complefely in French, including The
reading of The minufes and The Talks given by visiT-
ing speakers. The obiecf oT The club is To promofe
French conversaTion and To familiarize The sTudenTs
wiTh French cusfoms.
Each year a magazine wriTTen complefely in
French, called "Le Flambeau", is puf ouT by The
club wiTh The help of The sTudenTs in The French
classes. IT confains poems. sfories, games, jokes,
eTc. The profifs from The magazine are senT To aid
The ecole du Buisson-Corblin, a school in Flers de
This year The officers of The club were: Presidenf
-Jane Meacham, Vice-Presidenf--Dorofhy Jirgal,
SecreTary-Treasurer-Gerry Clark, and Social
TI-IE RIFLE CLUB
O The RiTle Club is open To boys and girls who wanT To
learn To shooT. Under The supervision of Mr. Fearhieley
experT insTrucTion is given. The greaTesT degree of saTeTy
is insured in The handling oT Tirearms. The club is aTTili-
aTed wi+h The NaTional RiTle AssociaTion and members
shooT Tor The N. R. A. cerTiTicaTes and leTTers.
TI-IE STAMP CLUB
I ln I92O, The STarnp Club was organized To give inTer-
esTed collecTors an opporTuniTy To exchange sTamps and
To buy oThers aT aucTion, and To make a sTudy OT This
hobby. AT presenT, The members hear Talks by NorTh
Shore colIecTors, and They visiT sTamp exhibiTs in Chi-
cago. The oTTicers oT The club are as Tollows: president
Larry Aronsong vice-presidenT and chieT aucTioneer, Carl
Spero: and secreTary-Treasurer, Fred Wagner.
Row I: Lipman, McNeil, Kay,
Schmidf, Fearheiley, Fry, Ruih,
Row 2: Lynn, Wonderlic, Springer
Row 3: Haas, McNicl1ols, Rosen-
baum, Chrisfopher, Miller,
Efrense, McCally, Susen, Dal-
Row I: Slcysguoy, STapelTon,
Row 2: Wagner, Whiffield, Main,
CI-IESS CLUB .
C Chess Club, under lhe leadership ol Mr. Schumacher,
provides an opporlunily lor sludenls lo play and im-
prove lheir game ol chess. The purpose of lhe club is
lo promole guiclc lhinlcing and sporlsmanship as well as
skill in playing: lhe len lop ranlcing players conslilule The
leam lhal plays olher schools.
MAGIC CLUB I
I Sponsored by Mr. Simonds, Magic Club has had, as
usual, an evenllul year. The club is made up ol members
who hold a sincere inleresl in lhe arl ol magic. Ils pur-
pose is lo provide a place for exchanging ideas, lrying
oul new lriclcs, and lor improving sleighl-of-hand lech-
Row I: Nelson, Leach, Schumacher, Henderson, Parlrer
Row 2: Prilcharcl, Whileside, Aronson, Haworlh, Weiller
Row I: Picllard, Mr. Simonds, Gordon
Row 2: Rubin, Roberlson, Lasswell
C Knilling is one ol lhe mosl popular aclivilies ol The
girls here al New Trier. Because ol ils popularily a club
was formed wilh lhe main purposes ol emphasizing
friendship and learning lo lcnir. This year, under lhe lead-
ership ol ils Presidenl-Anne Torrison, Secrelary-I-lelen
McKenzie, Treasurer-Eleanor Granl, Social Chairman-
Pal Cambridge, and sponsor-Mrs. Gallie, lhe club
has a membership of Iwo hundred girls. Meelings are
held every Iwo weelcs in lhe Girls' Club Room.
C The scale model railway has cerlainly grown lhis
year. Many cars and engines and cabooses and lunnels
and bridges have been added lo lhe firmly esiablished
lraclcs and lrains ol '47. The club members malce all ol
lhese properlies by hand. Mr. Landwer is 'lacully spon-
sor ol lhe club and Bruce Slowe is lhe secreIary-lreas-
urer. Slanley Barriger, whose lalher manages lhe Monon
Railroad, is a member ol lhe club. I'le and his lalher
have been very helplul and one ol lhe highlighls of lhe
year was a lallc given by Mr. Barriger. He said lhal
lhere is a greal need for apprenlices lo learn railroading.
Experience gained in lhe club is exlremely valuable.
Row I: Torrison, McKenzie
Row 2: Granl, Cambridge
Row I: Walls, Mr. Landwer
Row 2: Barriger, Gorlmer
C Lens Club. under The direcTion OT lvlr. D. SmiTh, is
almosT enTirely sTudenT operaTed. These sTudenTs plan
Their meeTings, excursions, and The various phoTographic
conTesTs held during The year. ConTesTs, given every Tive
weeks, are judged by The members of The club. This year
some OT Them were "VacaTion PicTures," "AuTumn
Scenes," "ChrisTmas Cards," and "Snow Scenes."
The club's TaciliTies have been greaTly improved This
year by The addiTion oT a large, well-equipped darlcroom.
IT is Lens Club's purpose To provide a hobby which iTs
members can conTinue To enioy ThroughouT Their lives.
C The purpose oT The Science Club is To supply
special science inTeresTs To The sTudenTs who wanT
more. This is accomplished by The regular meeT-
ings, Tield Trips, special spealcers wiTh demonsTra-
Tions Tor assemblies Tor all science sTudenTs, and
science movies. STudenTs Trom all classes are eli-
gible Tor membership. The club is sponsored by Mr.
Row I: Pease, Vandenburg, Hammerman, Moses, Alder, James,
Row 2: Mayer, Campbell, Bryanf, SmiTh, Rodell, Weber, PoT'rer,
Row 3: SwifT, Lenz, Farnham, Lifchfield, Kenna, Wiley, Coffin,
Schwimmer, Yowell, Rasmusson, Kemper, Sherrill
C The MaTh Club, sponsored by Miss SleighT, is de-
signed Tor sTudenTs who are especially inTeresTed in maTh-
emaTics. The club Takes up The sTudy oT maTerial Tor
which no provision can be made in The regular course.
This year The meeTings were held Twice a grade period.
Each meeTing had a problem session during which a prob-
lem broughT in by a member was discussed. Then a shorT
Tallc was given by a member on some phase OT maThe-
maTics. The oTTicers were Jim Brooks, presidenT: John
l-laworTh, program chairman: and Mary Alice Bullen,
O The New Trier AeronauTics Club consisTs OT sTudenTs
who are inTeresTed in subjecTs concerning The arT and
mechanics of Tlying. The members spend much OT Their
Time consTrucTing and assembling model lanes. The club
has had Talks on The various aspecTs OTD Tlying and The
possibiliTies oT using iT as a career. The TaculTy sponsor
OT This club is Mr. Clader and This year's presidenT is
THEORETICAL SCIENCE CLUB
Row I: Bullen, Rosenbaum, Brown, Larry, VanZandT
Row 2: Ude, BuTler, Broolrs, Fagen, Moody
MATH CLUB SCIENCE CLUB
Row I: Cook, Haworfh, Brooks Row I: Shapiro, SundT, Jarvis, Bufler, Slown
Row 2: Slrinberger, Leach, Fagen Row 2: ChrisTopher, Haas, Lowrey, Rosenbaum, Hamilion, Brown
I The Radio Club daTes Trom I924. The principal
acTiviTy oT The club consisTs oT building and oper-
aTing amaTeur radio sTaTion equipment From The
club sTaTion, W9EDC, in room IO6, communicaTions
are carried on daily wiTh oTher amaTeur sTaTions
ThroughouT The world.
Radio Club members also work TogeTher prepar-
ing Tor The Federal amaTeur license examinaTion.
The course, Radio 2B and ZA, is given To help sTu-
denTs geT ready Tor This examinaTion, and gives
AmaTeur radio has many women in iTs ranks.
New Trier girls, as well as boys. are urged To con-
sider amaTeur radio as a hobby. and are cordially
inviTed To ioin The Radio Club.
C Archeology Club is made up oT a small group
oT sTudenTs who are especially inTeresTed in arche-
ology. They discuss archeological problems aT Their
meeTings and They go on Tield Trips To museums.
This year was highlighTed by a Trip To The Indian
burial grounds on The Fox River. The Club is spon-
sored by Mr. Lehman and This year's oTTicers were
Dien Ward, presidenT, and Guinevere Jones, secre-
Row I: Umbach, BuTIer, Richardson, Samuelson, WaTson, Holub, Hassan
Row 2: FauIsTiclr, Challinor, Digel, S+ahl, Arms, Smifh, Blind, Wilson
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Row I: Coburn, Chapin
Row 2: Cambridge, Ward, Nay
Missing From PicTure: Bray, Jones
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O This year Jrhe Green Wave compleled a suc-
cessful season under The direcI'ion of i'rs veleran
counselor, Coach Waller J. Aschenbach, wilh Jrhe
annual vicfory over Evansfon in 'rhe 'rradilional man-
ner. Allhough I'he season's record was marred by
Iwo defeals al Ihe hands of Oak Park and Schurz
High School of Chicago, six viclories appear on Ihe
good side of 'rhe ledger.
Highland Park was even more of a pushover 'rhis
year, wi'rh a score of 28-O. Olher winning scores
were all high wilh 'Ihe exceplion of 'rhe Evanslon
game score which was 7-6 in New Trier's favor.
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The s'rar+ing lineup for 'Ihe Green-Gray line, un-
der 'rhe direcfion of lvlr. Caron and Mr. Gadslce,
consis+ed of Phil Belhlce and Bob While as ends.
Caplain Brad Glass al righ'r Iaclcle and Moose
Dunne or Dave Lyons al' leII', Bill Redding and
Doug Vaughan as Iefl and righ+ guards, plus Jaclc
Jorgenson or Bob Talley al' cenler posilion. The
back field posilions were played by eilher Ned
Janoila, Jack Dempsey, or Dan Corns, who also
punled, al' Iefl' half, Bud Layer al quarlerbaclc, John
Pelers al' righl' half, and Val De Carlo a+ fullback.
Don Brigham and Jim OI'is were some of I'he olhers
+ha+ played consisI'enI'Iy Ihroughoul 'rhe games.
Row I Befhlre, Layer, Dempsey, Pefers, Redding, Vaughan, De Carlo, Jorgensen, Glass, Lyons, Dunne, While
Row 2 Pearson, JanoHa, PeH'i, Oiis, Brigham, Allen, Spies, Spoeher, Corns, Whife, Cusick, Young, Tripicchio
Row 3 Cafon, Spiegel, Baldwin, Leason, EIIIFF, Pesafuro, Ives, Ellis, Horn, Benneff, Huck, Bruce, Cross lMgr.I, Aschenbach
VARSITY FOOTBALL STANDINGS
Schurz . . 8
Morfon . . 8
Waukegan . . O
Highland Park . 0
Proviso . . . O
Oak Park . . . 23
Thornion . . 6
Evansion . . . 6
J. V. FOOTBALL
Top Row: Jewel, PeTerson, Collison, Lucchesf, ScoTT, FelTer, Elwood Rice, HarTshorne, Chapin, ForresT, Benson, Jacobs, Cahn, Burke,
Hemphill, Phibbs, Baver, Gibbons
Middle Row: Del Re, Wildeman, Moore, Haag, Williamson, WrighT, Noonan, Spies, Weisman, Shepard, Hunf, Hoffman, Gibson
BoT+om Row: Johnson, Thornfon, Brower, TrauTwein, Kerr, Boyden, Chamberlain, Robson, Papierski, Aden, Schopen, Kolsfad, LeviTeTz
Row I: Mr. McFadzean, Cookman, Hasselman, MeneTTa, Harris, FelTes, Rushing, Gray, Conagahn, O'Kelley, Hoffman, Brzezinski
Row 2: Mr. Ude, Fisher, Jeangerard, Monfgomery, Jacobi, Olen, Merrifield, Sfahl, Hinkley, Terrell, BoTT, Fabian, Jacobs, DiClemenTi,
Wagner, RuTh Nellis, Allison
Row 3: Mr. Shearer, Fleck, KasTor, Nelson, Moss, McLain, ScoTT, Bregman, SchmidT, Fenner, Shaver, Hickey, Whife, Tebbrls, Krueger,
-, Below, Mayo, BaiTy, Mackinnon, Dearborn, BarThell, Weimer, Mr. Henderson
JAY VEE FOOTBALL
O Mr. Funkhouser's I947 Jayvees were The TinesT
in New Trier's hisTory. ATTer being edged ouT by a
slighTly heavier MorTon eleven, They wenT on a
rampage, beaTing ThornTon and Waukegan, and
Tying Proviso. Oak Park was a hurdle which The
TrieriTes could noT quiTe clear, losing by The score
oT I4-6. The season's Tinale wiTh EvansTon proved
To be a Thriller, New Trier winning 7-6 on Evans-
Ton's snow-covered Tield.
Roy KolsTaT, Bruce l-larTshorne, Bill Kerr, and
Ted Burke aT The Tackles were Tlanked by ends Dick
HunT, Hugh Gibson, Jack Powers, and Gerry Allen.
The guards. headed by CapTain John Robson, were
Larry Boydon, Ken Jacobs, and Dave Evans. The
cenTers were AI Chamberlain, who did The kicking-
OTT, and Mike Benson. Bernie Papierski, Gene Baur,
John Brower, and Vic TrauTwine excelled in The
backfield wiTh Jim Chapin, Jerry Wiseman, Ray
Johnson, and Paul Spies acTing as subsTiTuTes.
Herb Shoepen, Bill Wildeman, and Bob ThornTon
were specTacular as deTensive backs.
New Trier O MorTon .
New Trier 6 Waukegan
New Trier 6 Proviso .
New Trier . . 6 Oak Park
New Trier . . 20 ThornTon .
New Trier . . 7 EvansTon .
Won LosT Tied OP
New Trier 3 2 I 44
FRESH MAN FOOTBALL
O The Freshmen again had a good year under The
excellenT coaching oT Jim McFadzean. The Team
won Three, losT Two, and Tied one. The TirsT game
oT The season showed New Trier whipping MorTon
I8-O. The nexT game was wiTh Waukegan, and The
New TrieriTes won by a score oT 20-6. However.
The nexT game, againsT Proviso, was a hard ToughT
baTTle, ending 6-6. The following week The TrieriTes
losT 7-6 To Oak Park. Then New Trier had a
breaTher againsT ThornTon, winning 25-7. The lasT
game oT The season was againsT EvansTon, and a
sTrong Team. coupled wiTh bad weaTher condiTions,
beaT The Freshmen I3-O.
The hard charging line consisTed oT Hasselman
and Canaghan aT ends, Gray and MazzeTTa aT
Tackles, FelTes aT cenTer. co-capTain Harris and
Rushing aT guards. For The backfield was FiTzpaT-
rick aT quarTerback, co-capTain O'KeIley. Cookman,
and Hoffman aT halTbacks, and Brzezinski aT Tull-
FRESH-SOPH FOOTB LL
FROSI-l-SOPH FOOTBALL '
O The Frosh-Soph foofball feam. under fhe direcfion of Coach
Chuck Lauer, again ended fheir season successfully and fhe Ponies
finished in a fie for second place in fhe Suburban League race.
The Frosh-Soph opened 'rheir season wifh a I4-7 vicfory over a
sfrong Schurz feam and defeafed lvlorfon 'rhe 'Following week I9-O.
The Ponies opened fheir league play againsf Waukegan wifh a 6-6
fie. and fhe following weeks frounced Proviso 26-6 and Highland
Park. In a hard foughf game, New Trier losf fo Oak Park, fhe even-
fual champions, I6-l2. I-lowever. New Trier's fighfing Ponies came
back fo whip Thornfon and Evansfon fhe following fwo weeks, 33-O.
and I3-6. New Trier dropped Evansfon from firsf fo fourfh place
by virfue of fhis win.
This year's Frosh-Soph had an excepfionally fine squad, feafuring
a very sfrong line and a good offense. Ted James and Tom Covell
played fhe flanks and fhe sfrong fackles were headed by Sfuarf
Currie and Dick Spies. The guard posifions were held down by Nick
Marshall and Chuck Calder-ini, while John Griesser played fhe cenfer
posifion. The backfield had a very fine running affack and fo add fo
ifs honors. Dick O'Keefe fook fhe Frosh-Soph scoring championship
wifh 38 poinfs. O'Keefe. Ned Hoban, Caird Currie, and Bob Brymer
headed fhe running affack. while Capfain Dave Merrifield called fhe
plays af quarferback. The sfandings of fhe feams:
Oak Park 5 I
New Trier 4 I
Waukegan 4 I
Evansfon 4 2
Highland Pk. 2 3
Morfon 2 4
Proviso I 4
Thornion 0 6
I Under The guidance of Coach Chuck Lauer.
The varsiTy baskeTball Team This year had a Tine, in-
spiring season. Winning alTogeTher ThirTeen games
while losing only Three. and in league games winning
Twelve while losing Two, The Team seT up a record
Tor many TuTure New Trier quinTeTs To live up To.
Even Coach Lauer, who is noT 'given To loud and
boasTTul uTTerings, said ThaT This Team was The besT
he had seen in Ten, TiTTeen years. His reasons Tor
Their success were--excellenT Teamwork, accuraTe
passing. good rebounding, and superb defensive
work. However, The Thing ThaT really made Them
click was Their co-operaTion wiTh Their coaches, and
Their abiliTy To play well wiTh each oTher as a Team.
and noT as individual sTars. The oTTensive game, The
game ThaT is waTched by all specTaTors, was bril-
lianT and Tull oT Tricky Tloor work, TasT passing, and
quick shoTs. AT all Times There was good conTrol OT
The ball, which really makes The diTTerence beTween
a good, and i'usT an average Team.
ATTer Three pre-season, non-league games wiTh
Riverside, Niles, and La Grange respecTively, New
Trier righT away Tound iTselT and quickly played
Twelve sTraighT league games, marred only by Two
losses To Waukegan. These Two games were noT
run-aways, buT The ably coached Waukegan Team.
using a Tall cenTer pivoT man, worked well-execuTed
plays around him and beaT New Trier by The scores
oT 39-30 and 39-29. The wins included Two over
each oT The Tollowing Teams: Highland Park, Oak
Park. Morion, Thornion. Evansron, and Proviso. ln-
ciden+ally, +his was rhe firsr lime in +wen'ry years
'rhar we have bealen Morion rwice in 'lhe same
The members of 'rhis year's 'iirsi' slring five were:
guards. Whiiey Gomperr and Pere Burnside: for-
wards, Dick Chrisriansen and Louie Kranlzg cenrer.
Leliry Moore. As 'rhis is being wrirlen, Chrisriansen
holds firsr place and Kranlz Third place in scoring
honors for rhe Suburban League, while all +he five
are among lhe Tirsr rwenry scorers. Dropping old
cusroms, +he rearn elecred Kranrz 'rheir capfain for
+he second srraighl' year. an honor never yer shared
by anorher man. Lefry Moore again proved him-
self ro be one of rhe ablesr defensive players in +he
Srare, wi'rh his fine, sready play. Borh Burnside and
Gomperr were 'rhe chief rebounders for The 'ream
and held excepiionally high scoring records for
guards. Those boys +ha+ mean so much 'ro 'rhe suc-
cess of a Team and are rarely appreciared. rhe
managers. were Bill Wynekoop and John Massey.
A+ 'rhis wriiing, New Trier has 'rwo more league
games and srill The Regionals, Secrionals and finally
rhe Srare Finals lefr ro go. Le+'s hope Thar rhey
play +he same brand of baskerball lhere 'rhar 'rhey
have been showing us all season. If 'rhey do, well,
. 37 'Riverside .
. 47 "Niles . .
. 47 "'LaGrange .
. 55 Highland Park
. 46 Evanslon . .
. 30 Waukegan .
. 42 Oak Park .
. 50 Proviso .
. 52 Thornion .
. 59 Morion . .
. 56 Highland Park
. 60 Evansron . .
. 29 Waukegan .
. 50 Oak Park .
. 64 Proviso .
. . 52 Thornron .
Back Row: Fischer, Jenness, Sex, Bergquisr, G. Smirh, Leason, Richburg, Cheflain, McGraw, Mackinnon
BoHom Row: Hellsrrom, Bacon, Moore, Chrisfiansen, Kranrz lCap+.l, Burnside, Gomperr, Haclrbarih, Muns
Row I: Smifh lMgr.l, Cody, Everly, Smaha, Covell, Chrisloph, Greenlees
Row 2: Franhen, PeHi, RowleH, Halvorsen, Anderson, Lyons, Mabie, Savage, Brymer, Merrifield, James, Presse
Row I: Rufh lAss'l' Mgr.l, Nash, Burns, Shaver, Hasselman, Felles, Hickey, Rice, Diebel, Mauer
Cramler, Rogers, S+arlr, Jeangerard, Weimar, Sinclair, O'MalIey, While, Fi+zpa+riclz, Chamberlain, Maclxinnon,
3, " 5
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Q This year lhe Frosh-Soph baskelloall ieam won
'rwelve games oul of sevenieenq ihe League score
was nine won oui of lourreen played. Alihough The
leam was excep+ionally good, if had 'rough compeli-
lion. Some of ihe besi 'reams lhe Suburban'League
has seen in a long lime were Waukegan and Mor-
Ton. 'rhe former's score being I4-O. 'rhe laiiers, I2-2.
The Green-Gray sfaried oil The year wi+h a bang,
nosing our iis lirsi' four opponenls. However, if
was crushed by ils nexr lwo. The mosl excifing mo-
meni' of 'rhe year was in ihe lasl few seconds of The
game wilh Waukegan, when Covel 'fied The score.
29-29. Finally Waukegan s'role a poinl and won.
Forwards Anderson and Halvorson. cenrers
Smaha, Massey. and Covel, and guards Lyons and
Merrifield paced lhe Sophs. The players +ha+ saw
lhe rnosl aclion were Lyons, Merrifield, Covel, An-
derson, and Halvorson. To Top il all off, Anderson
was picked as a guard on ihe Soph All-Siar 'ream
and Lyons was elecied honorary cap+ain.
NEW TRIER WRESTLING
I This year's VarsiTy grapplers, under The superb handling oT Coach
Dick Clausen, enjoyed one oT Their mosT successTuI seasons. In The pasT
New Trier's wresTling sTaIwarTs have made a name Tor Themselves in
boTh suburban and sTaTe compeTiTion. The '47-'48 Team was no excep-
Tion. The individual performances oT such sTars as Glass, SchmiTz, Ellis.
CIinTon, Price, SmiTh, Moore, Layer, STeeI, and Vyskocil have added
raTher Than deTracTed Trom Their laurels. Opposing Them in Their dual
meeTs were such powerTuI aggregaTions as JoIieT, Tilden, and Rock
Island. By narrow margins, New Trier ouT-poinTed each one. New Trier
suTTered one oT iTs Tew meeT deTeaTs aT The hands oT Proviso's sTrong
men. aTTer The IaTTer had previously Tallen beTore Coach CIausen's men.
The compleTe record oT The Team Tor a year of keen compeTiTion was an
impressive I7 vicTories, againsT only 2 seTbacks. ATTer The regular sea-
son, New Trier parTicipaTed in The secTionaI wresTling TournamenT aT
Maine Township High School. The wresTlers Trom WinneTka placed nine
TirsTs and one second, enabling The enTire Team oT Ten To comp-eTe in The
greaT STaTe TournamenT aT Champaign. AT The TournarnenT, where The
TinesT Teams in Illinois baTTIed, New Trier Tied Tor second, Vyskocil and
Glass winning sTaTe championships in The I03-pound and heavyweighT
classes, respecTively. For Coach Clausen, who This year piloTed The
WresTIing Team Tor The IasT Time aT New Trier, The perTormance oT his
grapplers was The besT oT going-away presenTs.
C From The ranks oT The Treshman and sophomore classes, There came
a hosT oT wresTIing candidaTes ThaT made This year one oT The brighTesT
Tor New Trier. CapTained by Mills and Waggener, The New Trier
Frosh-Soph WresTIing Team equaled The Tine record compiled by The
VarsiTy. Riverside, Waukegan, Tilden, Proviso, and EvansTon all suf-
Tered decisive deTeaTs. Under The coaching oT Mr. Joe Giallambardo.
HeImsTader, Weber, Miller, SuTTIe, and counTIess oThers, along wiTh
RumsTeld, Mills, and Waggener, presenTed New Trier wiTh The Sub-
urban League TiTIe in The Frosh-Soph division. Judging by The nine vic-
Tories in eleven conTesTs ThaT The Frosh-Soph garnered, The TuTure oT
New Trier wresTIing is sound and promising.
Row I: Johnson, Rix, Prue, Ellis, CIinTon, Vyskocil, Lindwall, KiTazaki
Row 2: Rubin, Drew, Bishop, TeIabeTTs, Shaw, Schmidt Levi'TeTz, Borkovifz
Row 3: Clausen, Ackermann, Abegg, Craven, Thiessen, Shelion, Lyons,
Holifman, Glass, Moore, Layer, Smifh, STeeI, Schmifz, Boyden,
' FROSH-SOPH WRESTLING
Row I: Peacock, Dallas, Jones, Kesfor, STrassheim, Hirsch
Row 2: Trees, Waggener, Lindholm, Barker, Miller, Su'H'Ie, Glenn, McDaniel, Oien, Bucklin
Row 3: hCgornnc'I,bTe:beTTs, Hagerman, Parsons, Jaeger, HeImsTad'Ter, Bergman, Rumsfeld, Mills, LuTz, Ingleharf, Hovey,
no om ar o '
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C By winning all lheir dual meels New Trier's Var-
sily Swimming Team made I+ eighly-four consecu-
live Iriumphs in +he pasl seven years. I-lowever.
'rheir grea+es+ lrium h was 'rhe winning of +he S+a+e
Ti+le from 27 schooE including Lane Tech.
Buddy Wallen was The oulslanding individual slar.
I-le won all his evenls in +he 200 yard free slyle in
all lhe dual meels. and also won I+ in The League
meel. Bob Kivland also wenl undefealed in all 'I'he
dual meels and League meel in 'rhe IOO yard back-
slrolce. Olher consislenl winners were Tom Kroe-
schell, IOO yard breasl' slrolceq Doug Green, Fred
Sealy, George I-larlnell, and Bud Bond. 'free slyle
evenls. In lhe diving division Wilson Slaub, Tom
Tucker. and E. Pesaluro were 'lhe mainslays. Wilson
Slaub look fourlh place in Slale Meel. which is
very commendable lor a Junior.
In 'rhe Slale Meel New Trier defealed Lane by
live poinls. Here again Buddy Wallen, who was
chosen honorary caplain lor his fine record, won +he
200 yard free sl le and swam anchor man in ISO
Medley Relay, which also look a iirsl place. Bob
Kivlancl +ook second in +he IOO yard 'free slyle while
WiIson'S+aub gol a fourlh. The 200 yard Relay
composed of Green. I-larlnell. Sealy and Bond also
look a second place. Tom Kroeschell was +he eighlh
man who helped win lhe Slale 'lille by swimming
lhe breasl slrolce and by winning I5O yard Medley
Relay wilh Kivland and Wallen. ln summing up.
New Trier had a very successful year.
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SW I MMI N G
VARSITY SWIMMING SCORES
New Trier . . .
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New Trier . .
New Trier . .
New Trier .
New Trier . . .
New Trier . . .
New Trier . . .
New Trier . . .
New Trier . .
New Trier . . 56 Maine Township . I0
SIeinmeIz . . . I6 New Trier . . 50 Oak Park . . . 25
Schurz .... 24 New Trier . 56 Highland Park . . I9
I5 Iiriangle meeri New Trier . . 45 CIinIon .... 2I
Peoria .... I8 Ilowa SIaIe Champs
Thornron .... 29 New Trier . . 47 Danville .... I9
Waukegan . . . 25 I
Mor+on .... 25
Wes+ Rockford . 34
I5 U-riangle rnee-I-I LEAGUE MEET STATE MEET
Proviso .... 28 New Trier . . . 53 New Trier . . . 3I
Evansion .... I9 Proviso .... 40 Lane Tech . . . 26
Danville . . I5 Oak Park . . . 33 Proviso . . . 25
Row I: Jackson, Green, SI'aub, Tucker, Seaiy, Kroescheil, Barker, HarIneII', Pfuhenreu+er, Kivland, Gabei
Row 2: Goffman, WaI+ers, Wiseman, Wolf, Bond, Bergman, Elwood, KoIfIa+, Condon, Roberfson
Row 3: Taylor, ParIiH, Warren, Sampson, Templeion, Pickup, Rosberg, Pesaiuro, Shannon, Hargreaves
FROSH-SOPH SWIMMING ,
Row I: Mullins, Bergdoll, Pleck, Vaughan, Hicks, Mayer, Harnsberger, Taylor, Hammerman, Goodman, Sirauss
Row : Jackson, Sizer, Pifney, Luensman, Beaven, Schroeder, McDonald, D. Smifh, Pope, R. WyaH', Condon
Row : Yowell, Gray, Yernoor, Branch, Kleerup, Bergsien, Dieh, Krasberg, Mayo, Fox, Crowe, Ruth, Macomber
Row 3: Robertson, Adams, Sokol, Ford, J. Wyaff, Weldon, Wa+son, Spies, Wallen, Wilson, Gepper+, Waliers
Row : Scoif, Moore, Langfry, Bar'I'heII, J. Smifh, Chrisman, Ballard, Wales, Scribner, Ellmore, Whiiehair, Ramsay,
Keaiinge, Jackson, Krueger
I This year's Frosh-Soph Swimming Team again
won all 'rheir dual meeis and also Ihe League rneei.
Archie Wallen, who was chosen honorary co-cap-
iain, swam ihe free sIyIe in Ihe beginning of 'rhe
season, buf in order 'ro slrengihen Ihe backsfroke
even+. he swifched over +o if in ihe middle of 'rhe
season. As a resuI+ he broke Bob Kivland's 50 yard
backsiroke League record from :3O.8 Io :3O.2. John
Sokol, 'rhe oiher honorary co-capiain, was a very
consisieni winner in ihe 50 yard breasl' sI'ro'ke and
was ihe only Sophomore To swim in 'rhe prelims of
ihe SI'a+e MeeI'. Jim Ford. who was a Freshman.
did a very fine iob in 'rhe fiiiy-yard free sryle in +he
dual meels. I-le also look ihird place in I'he League
meei. Jim Gepperl, who 'rook a 'rhird in The League
diving, and Jim WaI+ers, a freshman, who 'rook
iif+h in League diving, were 'rhe individual diving
siars. All in all 'rhe Frosh-Soph had anoiher greai
FROSH-SOPH SWIMMING SCORES
New Trier . . . 32 Sieinmeiz . . . 25
New Trier . . . 36 Schurz . . ,. . 29
Crane . . I7 liriangle meeil
New Trier . . . 5I Thornion . . .
New Trier . . 4I Waukegan .
New Trier . . . 54 Morlon . . .
New Trier . . . 33 Easi Rockford .
Wesl' Rockford .
. 9 liriangle meeil
New Trier . . . 43 Proviso . . .
New Trier . . . 35 ' Evanslon . . .
New Trier . . 46 Maine Township
New Trier . . 34 Oak Park . . .
New Trier . . 53 Highland Park .
LEAGU E MEET
New Trier . . . 42
Evansion, . . 34
Oak Park . . 28
NEW TRIER GUARD
I Probably one of The leasT known and less glori-
Tied organizaTions in school is The New Trier Guard.
However, This organizaTion is considered The back-
bone of The enTire Swimming OrganizaTion. Mem-
bers pledge Themselves To whole-hearTed service To
The New Trier sTudenT body and The grammar
school children of The Township. They also unselfish-
ly give up SaTurday mornings and Wednesday
nighTs To serve The school and communiTy. To be
chosen Head Guard by Mr. Jackson is probably
The greaTesT honor Tor any boy in The organizaTion.
Bob Rosberg was Head Guard. while Tom Tucker
was AssisTanT. ln conclusion. we musT remember
Thai' a greaT deal of success of New Trier's Swim-
ming OrganizaTion comes from This guard.
Row I: Jackson, Wiseman, ParfiTT, Shannon, Taylor, Tucker lAssT. Head Guardl, Rosberg lHead Guardl,
Gabel, Pickup, Spies, Mayo
Row 2: Sfaub, Hargreaves, Mullins, Wolf, Warren, HarTneH, PfuTzenreuTer, Barker, Wallen, Rolaerfson
T sh Y
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T RAC K
I Uncle John Nay's I948 varsiTy Track Team
opened iTs indoor season by losing To EvansTon.
WiTh Tour reTurning leTTermen and a group oT
promising juniors, coaches Nay, HoyT, and McFad-
zean were Taced wiTh The problem oT developing
This bunch inTo championship maTerial. The Nay-
men were capTained by Tom Hilliard, who com-
peTes in The broad jump and The 50-yard dash, and
Chuck Dold, a 440 man. The field evenTs were
handled by Tour seniors: Harry Munson and Bill
Erman in The shoTpuT, Jean Kempner in The pole
vaulT, and Ron Allen in The high jump. Norwood
Fisher was New Trier's besT halT-miler, and Herb
Carson and Bruce lvlacomber ran The mile Tor N. T.
The resl' oT The Team was composed oT juniors.
Bob Kallman, Craig Richardson, ArT Haag, Jim
SpechT, and Bill Cooksy compeTed in The hurdles
and John McDermoTT, Fred Bruce and Dick Don-
nelly in The 440-yard dash. Dick Calkins in The
broad jump and Dave MacDonald in The half mile
are Two of The more promising juniors.
As The ECHOES goes To press, The ouTlook Tor
The Naymen is growing brighTer. New Trier Tin-
ished Third in The Suburban League Indoor MeeT.
buT This does noT presenT a very clear picTure of
Their power because of The close compeTiTion in The
league This year.
Row I: Shannon, Nor+on, Bruce, Langfry, Wolff, Dold, Hilliard, Kempner, Richardson, Carson, Macdonald, Donnelly,
Row 2: Hoyf, Piclrard, Haag, Munson, Spechf, Smifhson, Kallman, Dunne, Grasefl-, Allen, Hoban, Smaha, Dorn, Ma-
comber, Erman, Fisher, Calkins, Nay
. . , YA ra.
Row I: Burlingame, Klaffe, Colfer, Keller, Sundf, Kirchberg, O'KelIey, Wagner, Lindenberg
Row 2: Dunbar, Nay. Bar+z, Goih, Gilmer, Smaha, Drake, Hoban, Barnes, Dern, James, Currie, Cook,
Coolrman, Belding, Hoyf
C The I'-747-48 Frosh-Soph fraclc feam has done
fairly well fhis year. If finished fhird in fhe Sub-
urban League lndoor Meef and won a maiorify of
ifs meefs. Ned l-loben, oufsfanding sophomore
dash-man, donafed mosf of his services fo fhe Var-
sify, so fhe Naymen relied on Eddie O'KelIy and
Bob Cookman. fwo freshmen. for poinfs in fhe
dashes. Jack Pern. Bill Barnes, and Bob Drake rep-
resenfecl fhe Green Wave in fhe 660, and Don
Keller, who foolc a firsf and a second in fhe league
meef. and George Coffer in fhe hurdles. The pole
vaulf was handled by Ted James, who ioined wifh
Sfeve Currie fo puf fhe shof for fhe Ponies. Ron
Smaha was a consisfenf winner in fhe high iump and
proved himself good enough fo compefe in fhe
Varsify division. O'Kelley and Cookman, who com-
pefed in broad lump besides fhe dash, feamed up
wifh .John Kirchberg and Jack Wagner fo form one
of The besf freshman relay feams New Trier has ever
Row I: Macey, Vyskocil, Peacoclr. Ryan, Annoreno, Hagerman
Row 2: Suriano, Shaw, Sealaerg, Sealy, Slade, Seashore, Corrigan, Lieloman
Row 3: Lambarir, Homan, Sfaplelon, Zebold, Cleary, Bray, Engels, Couller, Hiies,
Wildeman. Bergman, Mills
NEW TRIER C-BYMNASTIC LEADERS
O The New Trier Leaders are a special group or-
ganized during fhe lirsl semesler of This school
year. The purpose of ihis group is lo acl as sludenl
inslruciors lor The physical educalion classes in
gymnaslics. The leaders aliain. besides qualiiies ol
good form in lhe leals ihey perform, experience
and Technique in reaching oihers.
A+ a ceriain period in each semesier each group,
A, B, or C. meels in lhe Soulh Gym for inslruclion
in gymnaslics. In each class a selecl group of five
or six leaders serve one period a day as coaches
and inslruclors 'ro mainlain inieresl and enihusiasm.
The varieiy ol s'run+s and aciiviiies is adapled +o
almosl all 'iypes ol sludenls, including boys in re-
slricred classes. Thus lhese classes make everyone
feel 'rhai' he is able lo parlicipale in some Physical
I. M. SPORTS .
O Again I'his year I'he iniramural sporrs program
has been successful. Under 'Ihe able direcrion of
Mr. Showley, assisred by Ihe iunior and senior class
Inrramural Chairmen, Sfeven Arndus and Andy
TOUCH FOOTBALL CHAMPS
I TRA s
Aishron, 'I'his inI'ramuraI program was enjoyed by
man boys. Alrhough varsily sporrs Ioolc up mos+
of 'rhe space provided for a'IhIe'rics, a compleie
sporis program for all boys was available. The
champions in Ihe various sporfs are as follows:
INDIVIDUAL I. M. CHAMPS
Row I: Corrigan, Schmiiz Row I: Shepard, Chrisrnan, Miller, Core, RandeII
Row 2: Blind, Thorpe Row 2: Grigsby, Conney, Zlivelz, Wood, Gofh, Bergman, Pair
Row I: TebbeI+s, Wiley, Mayer, Jones, Rice, Maver, Riedler
Row 2: Alley, McNichoIas, Manzelman, PaIrfiH, Price, Rich, Nowosel, Besr, Thalman
SENIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPS JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPS LIGHTWEIGHT
Row I: Papie,-ski' Wrighf lHenderson and Gannawayl BASKETBALL CHAMPS
Row 2: Scholl' Chapin' gum, Row I: Pair, Bergman Row I: Koeber, SuHIe
Row 2: Foresler, Wiley, Do++er Row 2: Hovey, Slevens
Freshman - Clausen
Sophomore - Funlzhouser
Lighfweighfs - Freshman - Weingar+ner
Ligh+weigh+s - Sophomore - Franlzen
Heavyweighls - Sophomore - McDowell
Freshman - Ivan Scoll-
Junior - Jim Wood
Senior - Dick Chrisliansen
School- Jim Wood
Freshman - Tom Buclrlin
Sophomore - Ma++ Nowosel
Junior - Ronald Gersdof
Senior - Bill Ross
School- Ronald Gersdof
Drop kicking - Reese Pair
Punling for disfance - Don Hurley
Punfing for accuracy-Jack Taylor
Freshman - Lynn Tuffle
Sophomore - Murray Randall
Junior - Jim Wood
Senior - Charles Weiler
School- Murray Randall
Freshman - Thomas Gillespie and Roberl' Alslrin
Sophomore- Lawrence Kiiley and James Yafes
Junior - Pefer Newmann and James While
School- Pefer Newmann and James While
TABLE TENNIS SINGLES
Freshman - Leigh Miller
Sophomore - Roberl' Myers
Junior - Sfeven Swain
Senior - Allan Conney
School- Allan Conney
Junior --WaI+er Balmes and Ronald Gersdof
Sanior -- R. Schmiiz and F. Engels
School -Waller Balmes and Ronald Gersdof
TABLE TENNIS DOUBLES WINTER TABLE TENNIS
Freshman- Leigh Miller and William Grigsby
Sophomore - Roberl Myers and Geary Leason
School- Leigh Miller and William Grigsby
Junior - Bob Core
Senior - Jim Spiesman
School- Bob Core
Freshman - Bill Griqsby and Bob Alslrin
Sophomore- Pe+er Mayor and Howie Smilh
Junior- Blair Woolfollr and Ken McGrew
Senior- Norwood Fisher and Pele Lindsay
School- Norwood Fisher and Pele Lindsay
WINTER TABLE TENNIS
Freshman - Daniel Cunningham and
Sophomore - Peler Mayor and
Junior-Donald Bergman and
Freshman - John Minlrler
Sophomore - Lesl-er
Junior- Bill Weigman
Senior - Allan Conney
School- Allan Conney
Senior- Richard Blackwell and D. MacDonald
School- Donald Bergman and Roberl' Shepard
SENIOR PLAYERS' GROUP CHAMPS
Row I: Burke, Ross, Papierslzi, Traulwein, Richmond
Row 2: Powers, Redding, Wrighl, Whillaher
JUNIOR PLAYERS' GROUP CHAMPS
Row I: Teeple, Jacobs
Row 2: Brown, Harriss, Wood
JUNIOR I. M. MANAGER
JONES RITTER CANNON
PresiclenT SecreTary Publicify
DAVIDSON DEMPSEY WEBER
Vice-Presiclenf Social Chairman Officials
SCHMIDT ERWIN LOWELL
Treasurer Service Ari
G. A. A.
O IT is unanimously agreed ThaT The besT way To
make The besT friends is To meeT Them Through The
Girls' AThleTic Associafion of New Trier. Mary
Helen Jones, The Presidenf, and her execufive
board, besides hundreds of oTher girls giving Their
service. have been successful in making This an im-
porTanT year. Mary Davidson, The Vice-President
has The difficulf buT imporTanT iob of keeping The
poinTs in order and issuing awards. KaTrina,SchmidT
is The Treasurer of G. A. A. and she keeps The
finances in order and balances The budgef. BeTTy
RiTTer, as Secrefary, Takes minufes of all The meeT-
One of The biggesT iobs is Thai' of The lnframural
SporTs Chairman, Sally RibleTT. The officials, under
Jeanne Weber, are essenTial in order To have suc-
cessful sporTs. The page girls whose service is in-
valuable, are under Nancy Erwin, head of Service.
who also assisTs wiTh The gym-jams. The Social
Chairman is Carol Dempsey, who has made The Two
banquefs of The year so successful. This year's pub-
liciTy sfaff, headed by Beverly Cannon, has been
working very hard. Joyce Lowell, head of ArT, has
done an ouTsTanding iob wiTh The bullefin boards,
posTers and decorafions around The school. This
year's board held a parTy for Their parenfs and also
igvifed Their moThers To The Winfer Banquef, a new
The Tall season confained Tour maior sporTs This
year. Hockey, in which The seniors were The cham-
pions, was headed by Kaye McLaTchie, who also
had charge of The Figure SkaTing group, The firsT of
iTs kind aT New Trier. A combined Team of iuniors
and seniors won The speedball Tournament This
sporT was under Sandra Buhai, who also headed
Size, Shape and Condifioning. Tennis, under Jeanne
BarneTT, and Riding, under Connie Kraefsch lassisf-
ed by RuTh Ann Woodenl, were The ofher Two Tall
The mid-season oTfered Volleyball, headed by
Mary Ann Kenney, and again iT was The seniors who
won The Tinal Tournamenf. Also in This quarfer were
Recreafional Games whose head is Helen McKen-
zie. Sally Rodgers, Sue Ackley, June Chrisfenson
and Margaref Ross were The sporT head's. of Swim-
ming, BaskeTball. Modern Dance and Tumbling, re-
specTively, sporTs ThaT made up The schedule of The
winTer quarfer. Joan Bulley, also, was The head of
a very imporTanT group, The Pool Guard. The
heads of The spring-season sporTs were Joanne
Rouse, Baseball: Margof Hodgson, La Crosse: Dor-
oThy Kenf. Golf, and Veronica Rossberger, Archery.
One of The greaTesT highlighfs of The acTiviTies
This year was The "Mardi Gras" swimming pageanT
which was given by I25 girls. The colorful evenT
was held on The 3OTh of April. The WinTer Banquef
This year was held on The I9Th of February and The
following adviser rooms won The parTicipaTion
awards: for The seniors, Mrs. Eisler's: The iuniors,
Miss WhiTfield's: The sophomores, Miss ReinhardT's:
and for The freshmen, Miss WhiTe's. On May 27Th
The second banquef was held and affer The awards
were given ouT, The long-awaifed announcemenT of
nexT year's board was made.
Row I: Ross, Chrisiensen, McLa+chie, McKenzie
BarneH, Kraefsch, Kenf
Row 2: Aclrley, Bulley, Buhai, Spence, Rouse
Rodgers, Rossberger, Wooden, Kenney
G. A. A. COMMITTEE
Row I: EHelson, Mooney, Wilson, Merriam, Bie-
low, Dushhin, Hurlbui'
Row 2: Hoerger, Young, Slcyrm, Jones, Berry, Tor-
rison, LuHer, Jordan
G. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES
Row I: Tanner, Isaac, Huyler, Gode, Fuller, Nau-
iolzs, Anderson, Mifchell Ivabsenf from picfurel
Row 2: Williams, Monigomery, Bryanf, LuHer
Penney, Billow, Bauer
Row 3: Hoerger, Loewe, Elmendorf, Gebharf
Fiske, Roddewig, Flanagan, B. Grimm, Clarlr
N. Grimm, Greeley
G. A. A. MANAGERS
Row I: Bufler, Sherman, Pierson, Elmendorf, Mil-
Row 2: Schifflin, Holmes, Shannon, McKeldin, Wil-
son, Smifh, Manierre
Row 3: Sforch, Ermeling, SIerreH', Taylor, Whiie,
Roddewig, Velzing, Clark, Hicks
G. A. OFFICIALS
Row I: Crowley, Levy, Smiih, Lowrey, Hickey,
Krogh, Carroll, Meyer
Row 2: Thompson, Joyce, Pauley, Wineman, Wil-
son, Bregsione, Shannon, Buchanan, Rif-
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G. A. A. 800 AND I000 POINT
Row I: Ross, Loewe, Spence,
Row 2: Kraelsch, Rilsleff, Bulley,
Paider, Hoerger, Weber, Wein-
6. A. A. 600-POINT AWARDS
Row I: Emrich, Levy, Mooney,
Wilson, Forbes, Ross, Hurlbuf,
Row 2: Chrisfensen, Luifer, Harf,
Riggs, Vendercook, Offaviani,
James, SCQII, Barne'I+, McKen-
G. A. A. 300-POINT AWARDS
Row I: Butler, Bradshaw, Man-
nix, Dofy, Dreclnsler, J. Smifh,
Huyler, Holden, Langfih'
Row 2: Mifchell, Tanner, Crow-
Iey, Hoerger, Hicks, McKeIdin,
Hinman, Brown, Dushlcin
Row 3: Thompson, Gill, M.
Smiih, Woleben, Zecldies, Erilr-
sen, Ermeling, Kenyon, Ma-
6. A. A. PAGE GIRLS
Row I: Roo+, M. Smiih, Lowrey,
Maurih, Jones, Gould, Levy,
Row 2: Cullaerfson, Emriclw, Can-
non, Reagen, Barreff, M. Smifh,
Mayer, Jordan, Kenf, Maier,
. A. A.
Row I: Robinson, Blumberg
Chrisfensen, Harier, Leber
Row 2: Sie el, Collins, Cody
Whife, Bray, Droba, Macken-
Row 3: Augusius, Greeley
Brown, Richards, BrideII, Rap-
pa porf, PoIIocIr, Phipps
Row I: Springer, PoHer, Holden
Langfift Shannon, Borre, RH-
Row 2: Kin Miller Tuff Nu-
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veen, Grimm, Reling, Roof
Row I: Chapin, Whiifield, O+is
Row 2: B. Meyers, C. Ruggio
N. Reiley, A. Campbell, MI
Row I: Mcnfgomery, Emrich,
Bradshaw, Whife, Thorp
Row 2: Leaion, Maloney, Ed-
wards, Masferman, Warner
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Row 2: LuI'+er, RibIeH', Merriam, Whife, Torrison
TELEGRAPHIC SWIMMING TEAM
Row I: Weinsfein, BerneH, Hinman, Pollock, Nurfing,
Row 2: Wessel, Penningfon, Jones, Afkinson, Pefer
son, Davidson, Wallen
Row 3: Meichle, KnoH', Barneif, Mellen, Heberling
Taylor, Zeddies, Hari, McKeIdin, Kennedy
Row I: Crowley, Elmendorf, Langfifr, Billow, Kraefsch
Norris, Wilson, Hagan
Row 2: Whife, Gill, Cody, Ives, Wallace, McKenzie
' Huyler, Hoerger, McKeIcIin
Row 3: Mackenzie, Winemen, J. Loewe, Lambarf, I
Boesch, Herberf, Biggerf, R. Hicks, Hickey, Hin-
Row I: Rosen+I1aI, CuIber+son, Levy
Row 2: Webb, McCaIIen, Weinsfein
Row 3: Roberson, Sigel, Heberiing, LuHer, Cbrisfen-
G. A. A.
Row I: Emrich, Taylor, Aclrley, Mooney, Murphy
Row 2: Ribleff, Kraeisch, Wilson, Walser, Buehler
B. Jones, Bullard, McLalchie, Powell
Row 3: G. Clarlr, I. Van Deusen, M. Clarlx, Rouse
Heberling, James, Gould, Maloney
Row I: Cederberg, Mead, Barnoff, KnoH, Davidson
Row 2: Cannon, Penning+on, Gould, Aflrinson, Bul-
ley, Weber, Maloney, Warner
Row 3: Wilson, Harl, Spence, C. Merriam, Mueller,
Paidar, Woleben, B. Merriam, Meacham
Row I: Roddiclr, Bufler, Nauioclrs, Coupe, Beclcerf,
Priebe, Wilson, Lusigarien
Row 2: Teagan, Huck, Williams, Lowrey, Ross,
GoeHsch, Lambar+, Ives, Newman
Row 3: Tanner, Vype, McDonald, Brown, Krogh,
Boesch, Biggerf, Smifh, Taff, McKeldin
Row I: Wilson, BeaH'y, Paiclar, Shapiro, Thompson
Row 2: Forbes, Gould, Velzing, Roddewig, Neumann,
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PresidenT Vice-PresidenT SecreTary Treasurer
O As usual, The brighT-eyed Freshmen have all
The upperclassmen panTing in order To keep up
wiTh Them. This year They wasTed very liT+Ie Time
wiTh preliminaries, and soon became acTive in Girls'
Club, Tri-Ship, Council, G. A. A.. and all our oTher
organizaTions. For helping The Freshmen adiusT so
quickly, Thanks goes To lvliss l'lamilTon and Mr.
Ream, The adviser chairmen, and To all The excel-
lenT Freshman advisers.
The Freshmen girls' adviser rooms were enTer-
Tained by The sophomores aT "big sisTer" parTies,
and They Themselves enTerTained Their moThers aT
adviser room Teas. The boys, on The oTher hand.
held mixers Tor Their dads. And, oT course, The en-
Tire class Turned ouT Tor Freshman P. T. A. nighT.
Many Freshmen have been ouTsTanding in sporTs.
dramaTics, and music. Their grand parTicipaTion in
G. A. A., l. M., and varsiTy sporTs is an indicaTion
oT Their eagerness and inTeresT. All The sTudenT
organizaTions and clubs are graTeTul To The Fresh-
man Class Tor a number oT new ideas as well as
WiTh so many new Taces. The selecTion oT class
oTFicers was diTFiculT, buT in every case 'The choice
was an excellenT one. The oTTicers are as Tollows:
presidenT. Bill lvlonTgomery: vice-presidenT, Jeanne
Pollack: secreTary, Nancy Grimm: and Treasurer.
FRESHMAN HONOR GROUP-FIRST SEMESTER
Row I: WiThrow, Williams, Cody, McMahon, Ruskin, Lyons, Ferris, NuTTing, Rehfeld, RiTTersporn, Gooslrind, Leber, McDougal, Bowman
giilbegf, Swiren, Dolniclr, Siegel, WeinsTein, GeTschow, Algee, Jacobson, Sparling, King, Oldberg, Bayless, Bullard, MonTgomery'
Row 2: Grimm, Murray, Shinnick, Rusch, Sfrodel, Edens, Pollack, ATor, MacKenzie, LeVine, McDonald, HamiITon, Damih, DeForesT, Greeley
Row 3: Sowersby, Wanner, Allison, BaiTy, Nelson, MerriT1elcl, Siclr, Borre, Mohl, EverdT, Hughes, Rufh, Burns, Berglund, Kleerup, Harris, Pleclc
Hogrhaug, Groves, Sieglich, McKeigl'1an, Hawkinson, Bowler, AugusTus, Van Deusen, Billow, Macl:enroTh, Collins, Hinlrle, Elmendorf:
Ford, Hammerman. Lenz. Dawson, MonTgomery, STahl, Zimmerman, Kah, Geier I
Isl' row: Shinnick, McCabe, Hari, Wylie, Mrs
Borhek, Nickel, Nu++ing, Snider, Ricker.
2nd row: Van Deusen, Ruskin, Smiih, McKeigh-
an, Sfrong, Pavlik, Effiandf, Dewey.
3rd row: Zibble, Nylund, Farr, Murray, Brod-
shaug, Sieweri, Robison, Hannah.
lsf row: Norris, Jacobson, Jonas, Camphausen
Gefchow, Miss Byrne, Young, Frinberg, Banks
2nd row: Pyle, Diamond, King, Jones, Halsey
3rd row: Caldenburg, Alimann, McElroy, Asch-
lan, Troley, Poggensee, Ehrhardf, DeFores+.
Isl row: Roberis, Fesier, Siler, Mann, Mr
Ca+on, Jones, Wanner, Ambrose, Parker
2nd row: Pavlick, Hikey, S+einberger, Felfes
Terrill, Harris, TuHle, Arnold, Balmes.
3rd row: Ruih, Paley, Pope, Kriesanf, Weimer
Allison, Greenebaum, Diebel, Pleck, Schein-
lsr row: McDonald, Fegers, Sfrassheim, Pooleil
Mr. Clausen, Mackinnon, Bucklin, Nadler
2ncl row: Lenz, Frisbip, Noerenberg, Main
Morgensiern, Hoffman, Rice, Kleerup, Ram-
3rd row: Moller, Sawers, Jeangerard, Moore
Coffin, McDaniel, Gerraro, Schaack, Mifchell
lsr row: Sowersby, Hammerman, Adler, Ed-
wards, Mr. Coburn, Roeddiger, Tayler, Sick
2nd row: Mayer, Veafinge, Augur, Sfraifon
Slubbs, Kuchberg, Prifchard, Henry, Uorso
3rd row: Bauer, Puefz, Wifi, Schroeder, Wiley
McNicklus, Nelson, Ramey, Arnold, Koelling
Isl' row: Hauser, Golclsfein, Brown, Bulley, Mr
Condon, Clavey, Buck, Arnningham, Ober-
2nd row: Rubensiein, Berglund, Beaueu, Rainer
Hughes, Gilmer, Krasberg, Holub, Wiese.
3rd row: Becker, Gray, Schwall, Schmidf, Men-
eghello, Vernooy, Sesferhenn, Vollmann, S+ru
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Row I: Harris, Brenneck, Bauer, Hirsch, John-
slon,Cramlel, Geier, Borre, Nelson, Wallen
Row 2: Jones, Glenn, Richardson. Jacobs,
Rushing, McNeal, Sullon, Moss, McLean,
Row 3: Macomber, Karslake, Bregman, Bolle,
Cookman, Anderson, Tebbells, Sinclair,
Isl row: Ticknor, Dolnick, Glaser, Hunl, Mrs.
Sallie, Bowman, Plolkin, Morrison, Ferris.
2nd row: Cooper, Weinslein, Swiren, Billow,
Williams, Gelberl, Young, Penfield.
3rd row: Reiley, Jones, Plamanclen, Slerrell,
Dushkin, Ziegler, Himes, Bullard, Haidea.
Isl row: Edwards, Cobb, Buchanan, Miss Kral,
Flinl, Simon, Sparling, Rapp, Isaac.
2nd row: Galemberl, Preslon, Murphy, Coller,
Spiecker, Cory, Alger, While, King, Hodgson.
3rd row: Sleglich, Hansen, Arndl, Mackenzie,
Hawkinson, Rolh, Wilson, Sublelle, Becker.
Isl row: Rogers, Kaslor, Schneider, Larsen,
Jackson, Zimmerman, Crilchlield, Lindenberg,
2nd row: D. Kramer, Conaghan, T. Shaver,
Mazzella, Hall, Gorlner, Brzezinski, Nash,
Sharsgor, Chamberlain, Scoll.
3rd row: Below, Monlgomery, Brahos, Simmons.
Ford, Farnham, Fields, Slahl, Moses, Pease.
Isl row: Wilson, Kivland, Radung, Crolls,
Sherle, Miss Pallerson, Blackburn, Lundberg,
2nd row: Tillle, Wahlslrom, Miller, Wilhrow,
Goudsmil, Hollman, Helrner, Bloom, McMa-
3rd row: Slaplelon, LeVine, Slrodel, Hamillon,
Templelon, Davidson, Elmendorl, Hinkle.
Row I: Marslon, Dearborn, Miller, Harnsber-
ger, Mr. Pelerson, Jones, Kaempler, Rob-
Row 2: Alslrin, Winlernilz, While, Whillield,
Bond, Bruhn, Balaban, Yowell, Grigsby
Row 3: Lillle, Robson, Gillespie, Crowe, Cum-
mins, Fox, Di Clemenli, Flelcher, Baily
Isl' row: Silver, Keller, Hallburg, Hagan, Mrs
Talham, Gordon, Lyons, Hungerford, Beck-
2nd row: Meinig, Kahn, Winship, Coles, Mc-
Cabe, Karkow, Talbol, Bevier, Grolz, Morilz
3rd row: Slevenson, Wallen, Thalman, Williams
Iverman, Tuffle, Alor, Hedges.
Isl row: Steinberg, Clark, Mudge, Gebharl
Miss Veach, Goldsmifh, McDougal, Moni-
gomery, Williams, Avery.
2nd row: Exlrom, Lypscomb, Ford, Sherman
Fall, Loewy, Doherty, Boyne, Bayless.
3rd row: Drew, Klefslad, Manning, Taylor
Groves, Collrill, Bowler, Whillen, Crowe.
lsr row: Remien, Kalz, Wylie, Lalimer, Mr.
Wehr, Hohlfelder, Ross, Perrien, Dallas, Zieg-
2nd row: Krueger, O'Malley, Spilzer, Mendes.
Donaldson, Zeirel, Rich, Fry, Carey, Galel.
3rd row: Haas, Linslholm, May, BoH', Kemosr,
Filzpalrick, Langry, Smith, Ball, McRenny.
Isl row: Oldberg, Richburg, Walker, Schuilz,
Miss Weiler, Poewhler, Sfernberg, Bennelf,
2nd row: Huck, Kransz, Spencer, Porfmann,
Aronson, Nedved, Goodkind.
3rd row: Bilfield, Ridolfe, Casad, Edens,
Grimm, McDonald, Rusch, Wessel.
Isl row: Barfhell, Lindwall, Slrobel, Clark, Mr.
Weingarlner, Slark, Rengel, Slaffers, Simon,
2nd row: DcBeer, Kenna, Borre, Fenner, Scho-
pen, Fisher, Wagner, Worlhingion, Gofh.
3rd row: Rooney, Slralfon, Liebman, Walfers,
Pa++erson, Maner, Mohl, O'Kelley, Bohnen.
Isl row: Blumberg, Bonnem, PoFienberger,
Harfer, Miss While, Cookman, Leber, Droba,
2nd row: Grigsby, Siegel, Chrisiensen, Collins,
Bray, Augusfus, Conrad, Rebfeld.
3rd row: Phipps, Brown, Richards, Pelerson,
Cody, Pollock, Greeley, Mackinroih, Gordon.
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SEASHORE STORCH NUVEEN HALVORSEN
Presidenf Vice-Presidenl Secrefary Treasurer
SO PHOMO RES
C 'Under lhe guidance of lheir advisers, Miss
l'lurs+ and Mr. Grinnell, whose dulies were assumed
by Mr. Carpenler second semesler, +he Sopho-
mores have conlinued in lhe line way +ha+ lhey be-
gan as Freshmen. They excelled in sporls, music,
dramaiics, scholarship, club parlicipalion, and in
Earlier in 'rhe fall lhe Sophomore girls gave 'lheir
"big sisl'er" parlies. These parlies were given 'ro
help 'Freshman irls gel acquainled. All lhe girls
had a wonderfuT lime.
In sporls lhis year 'rhe foolball leam made a very
good showing, and lied for second place wilh Wau-
lcegan. The baslcelball 'ream had a good year, al-
lhough +hey had some prelly 'rough compelilion.
The girls were aclively inleresled in G. A. A., and
made a fine showing in all Jrhe inlramural sporis.
Of course +he big evenl' of lhe year for The
Sophomores was lhe Sophomore parly. The Sophs
lhemselves provided l'he enlerlainmenl' in +he form
of slcils and individual +alen+. Then everyone joined
in +he grand march inlo +he dining hall. Music for
'lhe parly was provided by Bill Erman, and several
of lhe seniors ac+ed as mixers. Much credil lor +he
success of lhis affair goes 'ro lhe capable social
commi++ee led by lheir able officers: presidenl.
Chuck Seashore: vice-presidenl, Grelchen Slorchg
secrelary, Anne Nuveen: and lreasurer, Marley
SOPHOMORE HONOR GROUP-FIRST SEMESTER
Kno+l', Gill, Sherman, Smilh, McBain, Smilh, Young, Talbof, Holden, Reed, Bufler, Snell, J. Smilh, Sleffen, Klein, Springer, Buchanan,
Gods, Cormany, While, Joyce, Marcy, Jarvis, Spillla
Seiden, Rubin, Umbach, Brown, Crowley, Teegen, Drochsler, J. Smifh, Mifchell, Lowrey, Hensmann, Hass, McCoy, Mueller, Hanssen
Berry, Nuveen, Cox, Meyer, Carroll, Jensen, Velzing, Rice, Nance, Lambert Howe, Woleben, Hicks, Hamilfon, Trees, Baldwin
Nelson, Broolrs, Lilchfield, Colfer, Gepperl, Fisher, Cunningham, McNally, Macomber, Weldon, Mullins, R. Anderson, Bergman,
BeaHy, Bowen, Mabie, Slephenson, O'KieFfe, Cocly, Tenller, Oneal, Merrifield, Kuenzli, Seashore, Nesselrod, Fagan, Burr, Wales,
Slewerr, Klalle, Goodman
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ANDERSON ' 'L I S ii
Is+ row: Gode, Paddoclc, Maner
Lerch, Miss Anderson, Cole, Hall-
burg, Meyers, Heffer, Weicensang
2nd row: Becker, Bregsfone, Bar-
nard, Hammond, Joyce, Goeifsch
Smiih, Hiclrs, While.
3rd row: Cox, Broadhursf, Carroll
Appley, Mueller, Sherman, Koch
Herbuveaux, Peferson, Wallace
lsr row: Richardson, Sherrill, Mc-
Ginn, Payner, Bergdoll, Mr. Asch-
enbach, Doughfy, R. Swiif, B. Mor-
and, Ballard, L. Appelbaum.
2nd row: Helinsfodler, SfarreH', Ly-
ons, Hoban, Barnes, Beck, Wafsons,
3rd row: McCally, Rapp, Curfis,
Kiplre, Cassell, Woody, Crowe, J
Wyaff, A. Wire, Ringley.
ls'r row: Winlrler, McLean, Huyler,
Woolfollr, Miss Casella, Jaclrson,
Ammer, Rosenberger, Siory, Blaul.
2nd row: Bloom, Spencer, lves, Tal-
bof, Criffenfon, Williams, Rubin,
Zeu+schel, Joyce, Bamburg.
3rd row: Coburn, Sf. Amanf, Rem-
berf, Jensen, Binner, Bloch, Benf-
ley, Ermeling, Johnson, Berg, Hod-
ls+ row: Dofy, Sforch, Peasfer, Sin-
glefon, Mauren, Coffield, Nauiolrs.
Shere, Young, Brown.
2nd row: Miss Fleminglon, Pehrson,
Schneider, McKeldin, MacDonald,
Spodnyak, Berry, Williams, Marcy.
3rd row: Hiclcs, Zeddies, Burgoon,
Fowler, Vance, Dunne, Olson,
Boesch, Chrisiensen, Marlin.
lsr row: Su'Hle, O'Keefe, Buclnman,
Keller, Bloom, Mr. Franhen, Oneal,
Junuslzo, Mills, Marshall, Ballen-
2nd row: Melzer, Dirn, Halvorsen,
Smaha, Masxey, Windes, Spies,
3rd row: Carlson, Koerber, Anna-
reno, Whifing, Havey, Runisfelf,
Weis, Hagerman, Trom, Harlwell.
lsr row: Hawes, Burlingame, Nichol-
son, Volini, Chesfer, Mr. Funlr-
houser, Peacoclr, Seiden, Weber,
2nd row: Branch, Seashore, Beiizel,
Manzelmann, Goebel, Bergman,
Pillra, Lind, Goelz.
Isl' row: Higbee, Kilazalxi, Brown
Wolff, Mr. Gadslue, Kelley, Penfield
Scholz, Funari, Waggener.
2nd row: Brodericlr, Scholl, Tenller, J
Yafes, Burmeisrer, Barfz, Belding
Ryno, S+ewar+, Myers, Morgan.
3rd row: W. Yafes, Sollill, McCabe
Amos, Drake, Covell, Meyers, Calder
Isl row: Kerber, Sleffan, Weslrich
Dowd, Miss Gilberf. Sherman, Buller,
Gleason, Gordan, Smifh.
2nd row: SiHig, Clinlon, Snell, Yanlis
Milchell, Rufher, Myers, Weber.
3rd row: Maynard, Radunz, Bushnell
Woleben, Kenoe, Cross, Anderson
Aliheimer, Hass, Flanagan, Hans
Isl row: Wood, Kirschl, McCullough
Chriofiz, Miss Henningsen, Wong
Kriesanlr, Beal, Barone, Sfephens.
2nd row: Rice, Donlxer, Vyse. Sydney
Swinney, Priebe, Carlson, Lowrey
3rd row: Nance, Smifh, Rees, Wilson
Meyer, Cerls, McCurdy, Sundblom
lsr row: Wynlcoop, Mullins, Trees
Kelly, Mr. Hoyf, Haas, Hellsfrom
Day, Smilh, Towle.
2nd row: Kuenzli, Parsons, Smifh
O'KieFfe, Merrifield, Chrisloph, lrvine
Miller, Frederick, Rugen, Bergslen.
3rd row: Derlin, Prasse, Hughes, Arm-
sfrong, Everly, Barnes, Mable, BeaH'y.
lsf row: Gepperl, Carmochy, Vyslxocil
Chrisman, Scribner, Kahler, Brooks
Willard, Wheeler, Bloomberg, Lilch-
2nd row: Zimmerman, Armsfrong, Vm-
bach, Rogers, Kilroy, Lobb, Janelle
3rd row: Abf, Dealrins, Bolger, Kearney
Dunbar, Showerman, Lindahl, Rafeilre
Isl' row: Wendell, Barancilr, Hudson
Yiflrin, Miss Kelso, Sweerman, Fuller
Forslund, Van Schaaclr, Devine.
2nd row: Adler, McBain, Andersen
Drechsler, Cheney, Jarvis, Rainer
3rd row: Tale, Crowley, Craig, Velzing
Jacobs, Tobey, Thompson, Merriaril.
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Isl row: Sargenl, Prangley, Oppenheimer
Rulin, Slephens, Mr. McDowell, Kay
Barker, Samson, Smilh, Rohr.
2nd row: Yahl, Schmidl, Wolicke, Rowlell
Myers, Lulz, Coller, Burch.
3rd row: Campbell, Filch, Leahy, Henry
Andersen, Noe, Horsh, Smilh, Mayo, Ras-
Isl row: Bevier, Weber, McGowan, Ned-
ved, Baldwin, Luensman, Cunningham
Gehres, Brown, Weimer.
2nd row: Greenies, Surpless, Carrie, Bry-
mer, Dielz, Robson, Harkness, Savage
3rd row: Lewis, Davis, Wilson, Johnson
Faulslick, Heslon, Weldon, Morre.
Isl row: Prendergasl, Mackey, Rubel, Phil-
lips, Smilh, Brand, Willcox, Sherwood
2nd row: Fay, Beal, Lanphear, Bales, Smilh
Pierson, Barnell, Beckmann, Lynn, Welch
3rd row: Brown, Heizer, Mifchell, McCoy
I-:owe, Olson, Rilchie, Loder, Shipman
Isl row: Berry, Shannon, Smilh, Holden
Miss Reinhardl, King, Riller, Vogil, Borre
2nd row: Dudman, Cormany, Kendrick
Poller, Springer, Spilka, Rool, Tall, Booz
3rd row: Langlill, Miller, Smilhers, Nuveen
Hanssen, Rihl, Munson, Reling, Maichle
Isl row: Buller, lllium, Goodman, Church
Mr. Smilh, B. Neiweem, G. Bengslon
Tulliano, H. Adams, A. Nelson.
2nd row: MacNicholas, lngleharl, Kaufman
Nesselrod, Nelli, Colburn, Cunningham.
3rd row: Schwimmer, Murdock, Powell
Ford, Rusch, B. Jaeger, Bridges, Seul
Isl row: Neumann, Jordan, Presbrey, Won-
derlic, Mrs. K. Smilh, Aschenbach, Borre
Roddick, Reed, Smilh.
2nd row: Addenbrooke, Lund, Lillle, Wa-
lers, Ward, Teegen, Turner, Wyman
3rd row: Knoll, Ballanlyne, Lovin, Peacock
Lovering, Myren, Donaldson, O'NeiI, Gill
Hoerger, Smalley, Ferrelli.
Isl row: Meier, Hamillon, Schmidl, Whil-
laker, Mr. Ude, Pelli, Pecka, Block, Rodg-
2nd row: Parsons, Ryan, Klale, Blaul, Sundl
Ludgin, Fagen, Korle, Cody, Burr, Larson
3rd row: Allebery, Podolsky, Randell
Slephenson, Vandenburgh, Miller, Wag:
ner, Thalman, Smalley.
McCOY HUCK FELDON
PresudenT Vice-Presideni' SecreTary
TI-IE JUNIOR CLASS
O The Junior class sTarTed oTT The year by eIecT-
ing Tour Tine oTFicers: presidenT, Nancy McCoy!
vice-presidenT, Jack Huck: secreTary, Nancy Feldon,
and Treasurer, Jim I.eaTon.
As always, The high spoT oT The year was The
Junior Prom, which was organized by The oTTicers
and puT on by The sTudenTs. Everyone worked hard
To make The dance a huge success.
Probably The mosT signiTicanT evenT Tor This year's
class was The choice oT a junior as presidenT oT
Council, due To The changed sysTem of eIecTions.
IT was a big responsibiIiTy, and up un+iI ThaT Time
was an oTTice held by seniors.
Besides placing many juniors in Council and on
The Council Board, The girls have Taken an ,acTive
parT in Girls' Club and G. A. A., ably led by Miss
Bredin, adviser chairman oT junior girls. The boys
have done Their parT Too, along wiTh Ivlr. Vernon.
by keeping The juniors well represenTecI in Tri-Ship
and parTicipaTing on varsiTy squads and on adviser-
room inTramuraI Teams. Aside Trom G. A. A.. Girls'
Club, Tri-Ship, and sporTs, many juniors were seen
in Lagniappe, The Mikado, The various dramaTic
producTions and all oTher acTiviTies which are of-
Tered aT New Trier, I
Toward The end oT The year several members oT
The class were eIecTed To The Junior T. N. T. Board.
IT will be Their duTy To seIecT The members oT
T. N. T. Tor The Tollowing year, and They Too may
become members if They keep up Their acTiviTies.
JUNIOR HONOR GROUP-FIRST SEMESTER
ow Mayer, Wessel, GiIberT, Burlingame, Townsend, Shaykin, BeT+s, Kenney, Allison, Webb, Dushlrin, Trou+, HurIbuT, Anderson, Rosenihal,
Taylor, Hendry, Mannix, Coburn, Arey, Peschen, Schmidt Chrisiensen, Lemon
Row 2 Schififlin, Vogel, Roesing, McCoy, N. Jones, Powers, Reckiff, Levy, Schmiff, Koch, Slcyrm, Hiclrey, Nay, Donagher, Sfeinberger, Rouse,
Reiley, Spence, Clark, Krueger, Clingman, GranT, B. Jones, Andersen, Bryan+, Roddewig, Jamison, Maurih, Obermeier, Hess
Row 3 Misanfoni, Sfaub, Halper, WhiTe, Seng, Gibbons, Donnelly, Sfade, Swaim, ScoTT, Harris, Rice, Langdon, Hoffman, Tragnih, Elclund,
Sex BesT, Cooper, Frazier, Warren, Bray, Van Schaaclr, Rose
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Isl row: Hendriclcson, Grilzbaugh, Maher
McCallen, Luslgarien, Baker, Webb
Fihgerald, Shapiro, Raymond.
2nd row: Carey, Meineke, Will, Mclniosh
Julian, Allegan, Boorman, Krumm, Curley
Rose, Williams, Gamble.
3rd row: Allen, Devine, Anderson, Swanson
Hodgson, Roesing, Grimm, Pauley
Spence, Delanry, Swindell.
lsr row: Nellis, Flelcher, Nichol, Prasinos
Miss Crifchelf, Taylor, McBain, Rich-
mond, Nolan, Eclrarl.
2nd row: Daugheriy, Clarlr, B. Jones
Wrighf, Wolberg, Schmifl, Dofy, Price
3rd row: Donagher, Clingman, Nay, Cowles
Paxlon, Rouse, Miles, Zimmerman, Erilsen
lsr row: Godell, Wolf, Sledz, Miss Deames
Thompson, Miller, Bauman, Hovey
2nd row: Hunrer, Beinlich, Srevens, Will
Kransz, Marshall, Rodgers, Krueger.
3rd row: Anderson, Bosch, Vennard, Clarlr
Cambridge, Schmidf, Herberl, Herrsch-
ner, S+raHon, Messing.
lsf row: Borre, Efron, Goodman, Sfenfi-
ford, Miss Dean, Lindberg, Cuslard, Ur-
ban, Heberling, Richburg.
2nd row: Weis, P. Nalenberg, Brown, Hess
Howard, DeSwarle, Lee, Rosenihal, Buf-
3rd row: Gallaway, Wennerberg, Robinson
Hohlfelder, Houslon, F. Levy, Sreinberger
Penney, Powers, Jung.
Is+ row: Schneiler, W. Schildgen, Koelling
Weis, Mr. Gannaway, Washburn, J. Sieel
2nd row: Tuclrer, Whiiiscder, Sloesslein
Johnson, Gefschow, Magie, Bray, Maison
Do'Her, Talley, Jannoffa.
3rd row: Spiegel, Hoffman, Bruecks, Gras-
e++, Ellis, Kallman, McCasliy, Wiley, War-
Isl' row: Kolsfad, Calkins, Schupp, Ferrelli
Mr. Henderson, Rose, Moser, Pasinafo
2nd row: Pair, Langdon, Rice, Wiegman
Evans, Bergman, Leason, Boyden, Conner
3rd row: Scolf, Fischer, Dieferich, Richard-
son, Bruce, Foresier, Bray, Moore, Elliof
Isl row: Maxwell, Bishop, Misanfoni, Borko-
vifz, Gofimann, Mr. Jones, D'Asaro, Ried-
ler, Neumann, Rufh.
2nd row: Sharpe, Parker, Barker, Slewarf
Forresr, Goldsmilh, Logsdon, Kuiz, Fisher
3rd row: Simonson, Alexander, Ohlson, Bar-
nich, Harris, Pinsof, Gosling, Helke, Le-
derle, While, Blaise.
lsr row: Van Schaak, Beglen, Slaub, Levi-
felz, Mr. Lighlner, Wade, Mackinnon
2nd row: Pelerson, Amdur, Moody, Kuiken
Cooper, Dean, Paxlon, Slubbs, Wrighi'
3rd row: Kerr, Carlslrom, Krohl, O'Brien
Galhercoal, Wood, Perkins, Schumacher
Isl row: Wolf, Wahl, Mackenrolh, Town-
send, Miss Moeller, Ripley, Schuyler, Kel-
ley, Fung, Hagan.
2nd row: J. Granl, Sparberg, Mayer,
Kalmes, Widau, Donohue, Wineman
Buckingham, Haselline, Weare.
3rd row: Breen, Davis, Sfekoll, Franken
berger, Obermeier, Johnson, Mauriiz,
Gould, Krogh, McDonald.
Isl row: Schifflin, Linn, James, Hollingbery
Miss Mudgell, Babcock, Troul, Arey,
Znd row: Lebeson, Lemon, Arnheim, Misch
Mannix, Manierre, Bryanf, Beckerf, Hin-
lernhoff, Gauin, Cleveland, Cummings.
3rd row: Wessel, Granr, Hedges, Andrews
Ausham, Huck, Heberling, Sherman, Aus
lin, Hulh, Harris, Meling.
lsl' row: Gross, Craig, Rubin, Jamieson
Mr, Pifer, Unger, Alley, Lindeen, Lealon
2nd row: Hayes, Huyler, Huck, Abeg, Har-
greaves, Gersdorf, Kivland, Sealy.
3rd row: Balmes, Thompson, Jewell, Trag-
nifz, Eklund, Simpson, Allen, Madson
Isl row: Ber hoff Gran? W. Jones Ben
Q f . . '
ne++, Core, Mr. Reynolds, Schmidl, Trip-
lell, Ackermann, Helper, Large.
2nd row: Ryan, D. Jones, Gomperl, Smifh
Pope, Diefz, Halsey, Sampson, Thiessen
Berger, Sfoesslein, Van Bennel.
3rd row: Krumm, Hulseman, Hinshaw,
Langlry, Ludovice, Brown, Bergman, Scoil,
Snook, Bishop, Free, Olis, Benson, Pear-
Isl row: Swain, Nelson, Coolidge, Kilazalri
Burgoyne, Mr. Shearer, Polls, Croll, Beinl
lich, Misa nloni.
2nd row: George, Frazier, While, Pelers,
Baldwin, Teeple, Tebbells, H. Shellon,
3rd row: Wallen, McGrew, Woollollc, Kem-
per, Wallace, Templelon, Cross, Bolle,
Scalbom, S. Norma n.
Isl row: Ralner, Gilberl, Anderson, Rodell,
Miss Sleighl, Shaylrin, Bells, Eccles, Wil-
2nd row: Paschen, Van Deusen, Chrislensen,
Scoll, Allison, Holmes, Schmill, Marcus,
3rd row: Koch, Denner, Chapman, Hunler,
Burgess, Gulhridge, Hiclrey, Hinrichs, Ed-
Isl row: Wallers, Joriorian, Pelli, Farrand,
Mr. Swain, Seng, Walls, Donnelly, Has-
2nd row: Elwood, Wiclmman, R. Allen, Digel,
Shanpson, Green, Feuer, Plulzenreuler,
McDermoll, Welch, H. Balmes.
3rd row: Slreeler, Ollaviani, Chrislensen,
R. Lucchesi. R. Horlon, N. Slrael, Eilel,
Anderson, D. Slellens, McCarlhy, K. Ja-
Isl row: Trom, Hoffmann, Hendry, Adler,
Miss Vlaslo, Hoyl, Nixon, Mellen, Coolr,
2nd row: Newman, Malol, Flowers, Hollis,
Myer, Coburn, Barlon, Galanle, Allrinson,
3rd row: Schoeneclr, Jones, Berg, War-
neclre, Slillwell, Koelz, Pelerson, Binner,
Elrod, Clinlon, Schladen, Rocldewig, Sal-
Isl row: Sander, Nash, Pressman, Molner,
Mr. Walers, Lyons, Besl, Gibbons, Cool:-
2nd row: Gillespie, Bridges, Peacock,
Leach, Roberlson, Sex, Rulh, Yohe, Hein-
zen, Johnson, Rix.
3rd row: Lovering, Hahn, Richburg, Spechl,
Megowen, Felles, Klelslad, Bercaw, P.
Isl row: Oakes, Kimbarlc, Mead, Peclr, Miss
Whillield, Meyers, Brown, Brand, Munns,
2nd row: Funlrhouser, Ruggio, Burlingame,
Buchanan, Clausen, Marshall, Penninglon,
Olis, Feldon, Loewe, Chapin.
3rd row: Price, Vodoz, Barrall, Reclrill,
Jamison, Reiley, Campbell, Barlhold,
Wooden, Jones, Hughes, Roddick, Chav-
T. N. T. BOARD
Row I: Engelhard,
Jones, Billow, Wakeley,
Monk, Miller, Riblelf
Row 2: Harlray,
Redding, Whire, Dunne,
Missing From Piclurez
Row I: Sosna,
Ross, Roslsberger, Jones:
Murphy, Miller, Pavlilr
Row 2: Cannon,
Row 3: Redding, Kelso,
. . . BOARD
T. N. T.
O One of Ihe highesr honors a New Trier siudenl can
a++ain is membership in T. N. T. This organizalion is com-
posed oi people who have given oulslanding service +o
Ihe school. T. N. T. siands for Jrhree Laiin words meaning
sreadiasi, noble and lriumphanl.
Seleciions are made on recommendaiions from spon-
sors ol school organizalions. In order Io be eligible for
eleciion, a Junior musi have made an ouisianding coniri-
buiion in a+ Ieasi' one field and a Senior in iwo or more
Afier Ihe recommendalions have been submiiled, Ihe
board, consisling of Ihe previous year's Juniors, meeis
wiih Miss Hadden and Mr. Windoes and elecis by secrei
balloi rhe Seniors who are io receive keys and 'rhe Juniors
O Honor Socieiy is one of Ihe oldesl' and mosi'
prominenr organizalions ai New Trier. I'r was
founded in order Io give recogniiion Io ihose sI'u-
denis who have done ouislanding academic work.
One of Ihe highesi honors a siucleni can aiiain is
membership in Ihis socieiy.
who will serve as nexi year's board.
I+ is composed oi Seniors who have an average of
3.20 or above. In order Io be eligible 'lor This or-
qanizaiion, a sludenl musi have ailended New Trier
lor al' leasi ihree semesiers and only grades ob-
iained ai' New Trier are counled. Honor Socieiy is
one of 'rhe linesi examples oi New Trier Iradilion.
BOYS' HONOR SOCIETY I
Row I: Tomei, Seaberg, Chapin, Rice, Price, Kolflaf, Misenioni, Craig, Macdonald, Henderson, Balmer, Zelznick, McKee,
Brigham, Crofoof, Scheyer
Row 2: Erman, Crane, O'NeiI, Sherman, Simmons, Trense, Allen, Haclrbarfh, Birlrelund, Coaies, Craven, Fagen, Susen,
Beckman, Worlhingfon, MacDougalI
Row 3: Richmond, Belnap, Paddoclr, Barnes, Taylor, Clarke, Brown, Powell, Yusl, Smifhson, Fox, Segil, Broolrs, Piclrerd,
Aishion, Lowrey, Cooper
GIRLS' HONOR SOCIETY
Row I: Buehler, Ellmore, Hanser, Ribleff, Schaeffer, Taylor, Burr, Hammerman, Jirgal, Mooney, Bushman, Sosna, Ehrlich,
Row 2: klegglff, Davis, Haug, Shinniclr, Har+, Young, Sundi, Freeman, Korlh, Cannon, G. Clarlr, Lowell, Spencer, Harvey,
Row 3: Evans, Jones, Silver, Smilh, Walceley, Leisch, Wells, Hennessy, Offaviani, Lincleman, James, Monlr, Maslerman,
Auslin Cavaneuqh Cleder
Donham Eisler Evans
Fearheiley Greler Hadclen
Harper Holland King
Lauer Lehman McKinnie
Morris Nay Simonds
Secreiary , Treasurer
O This year's Senior Class has proven ilsell more +han capable ol
handling +he momenious res onsibiliiies connecied wilh being lhe
leaders ol such a large schoolland wilh delermining fhe conducl' and
acrivilies lor The olher classes 'lo follow, The class members have
made many oulslanding conlribulions To 'rhe school, lo +he commu-
ni+y, and 'ro Themselves as members of 'rheir class. They have put on
many major dramalic produclions, bolh as aclors and as back-siage
helpers, lhe opera, "Lagniappe," and ihe Senior Class play. They
have conlribuled lo +he cornmuni+y lhrough +he Red Cross, The
numerous clolhing drives, +he adopiion of European children, and
olher charily drives. In 1'he lilerary field, +hey have worked 'rogelher
successfully lo produce 'rhe "New Trier News", "lnklings," "Echoes,"
and newspapers of diflerenr language clubs. The major organiza-
lions which are headed by members of lhe senior class are as fel'
lows: Tri-Ship, G. A. A., and Girls' Club. Each year, Tri-Ship pre-
senls a Tri-Ship cup lo some senior boy lor par+icipa+ion. Also, lhe
D. A. R. award is given +o lhe senior girl who is considered lhe besf
cilizen. The Sieering Commiliee, composed of senior boys and girls,
noi only handles all class affairs bur aims 'ro build school morale.
This year's officers were as follows: Presidenr, Jack l-larlrayq Vice-
Presideni, Ronnie Rossberger: Secrelary, Margarel Rossg and Treas-
urer, Jean Kempner.
LYNNE MARY J. MARION L.' EDWARD S. NANCY WOODBURY S.
ABRAHMS A ABRAMS ACKLEY ADAMS ADLER AGAR
ANDREW W. RICHARD H. CHARLES R. RONALD L.
AISHTON ALGER ALLEN A ALLEN
JULIUS L. JOHN M. LAWRENCE M. THOMAS ROBERT H. WILLIAM S.
ANDREWS ARMS ARONSON ARTHUR BACON BAKER
PETER D. I 'JOHN F. MAHLON W. SHIRLEY C. I- JEAN DOROTHY A.
BALDWIN BALL BARNES BARNES BARNETT BASSLER ' I
JOHN E. AUDREY H. EUGENE F. . ROBERT D. GLORIA L. EUGENE M.
BAUMGARDNER BAUER BAUR V BAZELON4 BEATTY BECKER
DAVID N. JACOUELINE NUEL D. CLINTON DONA C. HOWARD G.
BECKMAN BECKMANN BELNAP ' BENNETT . BERG BERGDOLL
194 PATRISIA A. PATRICIA J. JOYCE A. PHILIP M.
' BERGDORF BERNER BERRY BETHKE
EVANS ANNE E. JEAN JOHN P. GERTRUDEA. CONSTANCE D.x 'I
BEVIER BIGELOW BILLOW BIRKELUND BISHOP I BLACK
RICHARD G. JUDITH A. ' ERNEST C. JVIVIAN A. PATRICIA L. L. WAYNE
BLACKWELL BLAKE BLIND BOGGS BOLTON BOND
ROBERT A. I JEANNE N. THEODORE J. JOANQI.-.' CATHLEEN A. DONALD A. I
BOND BORCHARD . BORHEK ' BRADSHAW A BRADY . BRAUN I
NANCY M. STEPHEN F. ROBERT DON M. JAMES O. JOHN P.
BRAUN BRAY v BRENNECK BRIGHAM BROOKS BROWER
BRUCE M. LOREN H. JOHN W. MIGNON Y.
BROWN BROWN BUCHER ' BUEHLER
JOSEPH J. SANDRA H. DON W. EUGENE E. JEAN W. MARY ALICE
BUENA ' BUHAI ' BULLARD BULLARD BULLARD BULLEN
JOAN BARBARA EDMOND W. PETER W. HARRIET ' KENMAR J.
BULLEY BURDICK BURKE BURNSIDE BURR ' BUSHMAN
GERALDINE WILLIAM F. WARNER L. -- STANLEY M. MARY C. SHIRLEY P.
BUTLER BUTLER BYRUM ' , CAHN CAMPBELL CAMPBELL
BEVERLY 'LOIS J. b JOHN E. ALBERT E. JAMES A. A . ROBERT E.
CANNON CEDERBERG CHALLINOR CHAMBERLAIN CHAPIN CHARLES
JUNE E. MARY LOU RICHARD JAMES E.
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DOLORES I GERALDINE f I JOHN M. MARION ROBERT B. VIRGIL V.
CHUBB ' CLARK CLARK- CLARK' . CLARKE CLARY
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WILLIAM H. I I WILLIAM T.' V I NANCY A. ' SARA JEAN BETTY J. I JANE E.
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HAMMERMAN HAMMERMAN HAMMOND HAMMOND HANCOCK HANS
GRETCHEN B. CAROL V. KEARNEY E. CHARLES H. BARBARA JEAN JOHN F.
HANSEN HANSER HARMAS HARRISON HART HARTRAY
JUNE E. HELEN , IRENE L. MARY J. I CAROL JOHN C.
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JOANNE H. WARD JAMES D. CRAIG H. VIRGINIA KENNETH C
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HORWITCH HOUGHTON HUEBNER HULL HUMPHRYS - HUNT
DONALD P. ,LAWRENCE M. CLIFFORD A ANTHONY S. JERRY E. BARBARA L.
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MARY JO BARBARA A. JOANN D. MARY HELEN
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ROBERT G. JOHN DAVID J. MARY E. SARAH JANE WILLIAM K.
JONES - JORGENSEN KAHN KAUFMANN KELLER KELLOGG
HARRISON M. M. CONSTANCE JEAN AMANDA E. GRIFF W. SHIRLEY S.
KELSO ' KEMLER KEMPNER KENDRICK KENDRICK KENNA
MARY c. . ' Donor:-IY A. CYNTHIA J. KAY P. A I I ,JEAN M. ELIZABETH
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ROLF S. HELEN M. CONNIE LOUIS E. ROBERT W. CHARLES
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CAROL I. NANCY J. BARBARA A. EUGENE A. PATRICIA EVERETT W.
LIEPOLD LINDBERG LINDEMAN LINDSAY LINEBERGER LITTELL
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Lens Club .....,.
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Mafh Club ..............
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