New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)
- Class of 1954
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was planned, wrillen,
and designed by sludenls of New Trier
Township l-ligh School, Winnelka, Illinois.
Edilor-in-Chief . . . John Wieland
Assislanl Edilor . . Mary Ellen Arnold
Wrile-up Edilor . . . Carol Kirlc
Sporls Edilor . . Daniel Wilder
Manuscripl Edilor . . Jeanne Sewrey
Ari Edilor . .
Business Manager. . . Neele Slearns
. Susan Lawrence
Pholographer .... Frank Murphy
Assislanl Pholographer . . John l-lales
Cover Design. . . l-lerberl Kashian
Facully Sponsor .... R. E. Wilson
Supervisor ol Pholography . D. F. Srnilh
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lvlaTThew Page GaTTney has served as superinTendenT OT New Trier Township High School Tor TwenTy-Three
years, longer Than any OT his predecessors. Through depression, war, and prosperiTy he has led The school To a
world-wide repuTaTion Tor excellence.
ln The counTless decisions and acTions OT managing a large high school, Mr. Gaiciney has ever been a humane
man. Every sTudenT, every Teacher, every paTron has been To him a disTincT individual, To be TreaTed wi+h sym-
paThy, consideraTion, and kindness. The door To Mr. GaTTney's oTTice has always been open To anyone who soughT
his counsel. No deTail has been Too peTTy and no problem Too Tormidable Tor him To accepT iT as a maTTer OT
genuine concern. The auThoriTy OT his posiTion .has Tound expression Through The Torce OT his own personal con-
ducT. l-le has noT relied upon regulaTions and pronouncemenTs. l'le has been accusTomed To requesT, noT To
l-lis respecT Tor individuals has made Mr. GaTTney a sTaunch deTender when deTense was needed. l-le has
consisTenTly reTused To be Torced inTo acTion by hysTerical pressure againsT his own judgemenT. l-le has insisTed
ThaT every individual be given Tull opporTuniTy To prove his worTh.
As a leader, lvlr. GaTTney has displayed imaginaTion and invenTiveness in puTTing high ideals inTo pracTice.
l'le has noT hesiTaTed To delegaTe responsibiliTy and encourage people To Tind a way To meeT iT. The exTensive
developmenT OT our STudenT Council, wiTh accompanying encouragemenT Tor oTher sTudenT organizaTions, may
be aTTribuTed direcTly To him. lvlr. GiaTTney has Tound ways To develop maTure, civilized young men and women.
While mainTaining The sTrong college preparaTory Tone OT our school, Mr. GaTTney has broadened iTs pro-
gram TO provide Tor all adolescenTs in The communiTy and To enrich The liTe OT The school beyond academic
reguiremenTs. l-le has had a signiTicanT parT in The liTe OT our communiTy, and he has been acTive in educaTional
organizaTions OT The sTaTe and naTion. l'lis achievemenTs have been recognized by honorary docTor's degrees
Trom ColgaTe, NorThwesTern, and Yale universiTies.
The class OT 1954 is honored To graduaTe Trom New Trier wiTh such a man as MaTThew Page GaTTney.
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OLD MAIN BUILDING TO BE RAZED THIS SUMMER
Since The very beginning oT New Trier Township
l'ligh School on February 4, IQOI-53 years ago-
The main Tower building has served in various Tunc-
Tions as The Tocal poinT oT school operaTions.
Through The years, The Tall, sTaTely sTrucTure, Topped
by iTs conTinuously-running cloclc, which was The giTT
oT The Class oT l926, has been a symbol oT New
Trier's excellence in educaTion. I-Iowever, similar To
The TaTe oT all buildings, iT has become ouTmoded,
unsaTe, and inadeguaTe Tor an increasing enroll-
menT. The Board oT EducaTion has ThereTore Talcen
successTul sTeps To have The building Torn down and
a new, more modern, and much bigger building con-
sTrucTedvin iTs place. Also, a new audiTorium, con-
Taining approximaTely Twice as many good seaTs as
The presenT one, will be builT on The siTe OT Today's
HISTORIC ENTRANCE TO 54-YEAR-OLD MAIN BUILDING
Besides The new Tower building and audiTorium,
The consTrucTion plans as approved provide Tor The
replacemenT OT a heaTing boiler, The insTallaTion oT
a new elecTrical sysTem, The building oT indoor cor-
ridors To connecT all school buildings, and The expan-
sion oT The caTeTeria To accomodaTe 400 more
people aT one Time.
Included in The new main building will be ThirTy-
Tive classrooms and laboraTories and eighT sTudy
halls. A memorial library and reading room will be
presenT in The new building: and The school's easT
wing, which aT presenT houses The library and Two
sTudy halls, will be reTurned Tor physical educaTion
use, The TuncTion iT originally served. OTher rooms
This building will conTain are numerous conTerence
rooms, adminisTraTive, business, and TaculTy oTTices,
an enlarged book sTore, and addiTional loclcer, sTor-
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OLD AUDITORIUM HAS SEEN ITS LAST ASSEMBLIES AND STATE PRODUCTIONS
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age, and museum space. A large lounge, supporTed
in parT by class giTTs OT recenT years, will be IocaTed
in The basemenT and run by sTudenTs Tor social
acTiviTies similar To The Senior CanTeen in operaTiOn
during The pasT Two years.
The success in obTaining public approval Tor The
building program was The resuIT OT many years OT
careTuI planning by archiTecTs, The Board OT Educa-
Tion, a special TacuITy building cOmmiTTee, and simi-
lar groups. The Board worlced wiTh The archiTecTs in
designing The new secTiOns and wiTh The TacuITy
cOmmiTTee in worlcing on arrangemenTs Tor reIocaT-
ing classes and oTher acTiviTies while consTrucTion is
ATTer Traming The basic plans Tor The new Tower
uniT and audiTorium, The quesTiOn was broughT To a
voTe among The school disTricT residenTs in a special
eIecTiOn on December I2, I953. The Board aslced
The public permission To issue bonds amounTing To
55,875,000 in order To cOnsTrucT The new secTiOns
and improve exisTing heaTing and elecTricaI sysTems.
GONE WILL BE FAMILIAR AUDITORIUM WALK
All measures were approved by a raTiO OT Tive To
WiTh The money available, acTuaI worlq was Then
ready To begin. Commencing in March a Tempo-
rary adminisTraTive building To house mOsT OT The
oTFices Tormerly in The Tower building was begun. IT
is IOcaTed norTh OT The school On The girls' aThleTic
Tield, and is scheduled To be compleTed by The end
OT This school year. According To plans, The moving
OT all supplies Trom The Tower building is To Talce
place beTween June I8 and July I, wiTh The demoli-
Tion OT The Tower building beginning July 5 and end-
ing SepTember I I, Two days beTore The sTarT OT The
nexT school year. The razing OT The audiTorium will
ToIIOw in OcTOber.
During These monThs, deTails will be compleTed in
The blueprinTs. Bids will be accepTed during Decem-
ber, and The Tinal cOnTracTs will be drawn up in Time
To begin consTrucTion OT The new main building by
January I5, I955. IT is expecTed ThaT This building
will be ready Tor use by April OT I957.
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PAINTING SUBWAY MISS CRITCHETT MR BENNETT QARTISTJ MISS SLEIGHT MR EDWARDS
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DR MATTHEW PAGE GAFFNEY MR. FRED KAHLER
S P T de T Dean of Boys
New Trier is well-lcnown as being a modern, up-To-
daTe school which is able To preserve wise TradiTions.
Une OT The reasons iT has mainTained a Tine repuTa-
Tion is because OT The exceIlenT choices OT TacuITy
members who are always alerT To The problems and
needs OT sTudenTs. By sTriving To Tind only The besT
Teachers Tor The jobs, New Trier has cOnTinually
The changes This year were comparaTively Tew
when one considers ThaT The school's adminisTraTive
TaculTy, and oiciice sTaTTs are composed OT I8I indi-
viduals, nOT including members OT The Board OT
On The New Trier Board OT EducaTion, Mr. John
E. Arnold and Judge RoberT E. English began serv-
ing along wiTh The Tive previous members, as pro-
vided by a recenT sTaTe law requiring seven mem-
bers on a board. In The adminisTraTion deparTmenT,
Mr. I-larry I'I. I-Ierron was named To The newIy-insTi-
TuTed OTTice OT assisTanT principal, while Miss Lou-
ise I-Iolzinger Toolc over The iob OT regisTrar. Mr.
Paul C. Goodrich came Trom WesT Alexandria I'ligh
School in Ohio To become adminisTraTive assisTanT
in AssisTanT SuperinTendenT BrOwn's OTTice. To help
The deans, Mr. Ered Kahler and Miss I-Ielen Malo-
ney, in The handling OT senior aTTairs, Mr. William
Gannaway was made chairman OT senior acTiviTies.
The addiTions in New Trier TaculTy This year were
as Tollows: Mr. Edgar Bailey ioined The science de-
parTmenT. In The business secTion, Mrs. Karol Gree-
son was new, as was Mr. Roderic McLennan in maTh-
emaTics. The language deparTmenT was represenTed
by Spanish Teacher Miss Emma LaPOrTe and I.aTin
insTrucTor Miss I-lelena Lennards. The English de-
parTmenT gained Three new members: Miss Marjorie
MISS HELEN MALONEY
Dean of Girls
MR. E. W. RODBRO MR. C. J. LUNDQUIST
Supervising Director of
Engineer Guidance Tesfing
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Mr. William M. I-Iales, WinneTlca7 Mr. Leonard P. Spacelc, WilmeTTeg M . I-I J. W'II' K fl Th' M P IW C I P '
WiImeTTeg Mr. RoberT E. English, WinneTIca: Mr. I-Iiram I-I. Belding, C-Elencosg MEriJibhn E. Cflblnvclcije. I F au mi Ui er I reslclenill
SmiTh, Mr. RoberT SweeT, and Mrs. KaTherine Wing.
The speech secTion received Miss Mary Rhodes, and
Miss Cleo Resler Tilled a vacancy as a new librarian.
Miss Barbara Byrne reTurned To The physical educa-
Tion sTaTT aTTer having been on a leave oT absence
Tor one year aT Columbia UniversiTy.
Among Those who reTired Trom Teaching service
This year were Mr. L. A. I-IuTchens, head emeriTus
oT The English deparTmenT. LaTin insTrucTor Miss
Mary I-Ielen Paul and Mr. Norman G. ChrisTensen,
science Teacher, also reTired. OThers who leTT New
Trier service were Mr. Floyd Crank oT The business
deparTmenT and librarian Miss Mary Jane Richei-
mer. ATTer The close oT The TirsT semesTer, Mr. E.
Donald Erisbie oT The social sTudies deparTmenT re-
Tired To Talce a iob wiTh a New Yorlc Travel agency.
Three Teachers were granTed leaves oT absence.
Mrs. I-Ielen Eisler, Spanish Teacher, is on leave Tor
Travel. German Teacher Mr. Phillip McDowell re-
ceived a I7-uIbrighT Tellowship To Teach in Trier, Ger-
many, Tor one year: his duTies in The language de-
parTmenT were Talcen over by Tormer English Tea-
cher, Mr. Gordon Jensen. Miss I-Ielen Voelz oT The
physical educaTion deparTmenT Toolc leave To begin
working Tor her masTer's degree in dance.
On The oTTice sTaTT, Mrs. KaThryn Carroll was
made assisTanT secreTary To Mr. Brown and replac-
ed in The iob oT aTTendance records by Mrs. Mil-
dred Trevor. The posiTion oT assisTanT in dupIicaTing
oTTice was Talcen by Miss PaTricia Tool, while Mrs.
Marion Showley replaced Mrs. JaneT EausT as secre-
Tary in The TesTing oTTice. Mr. I-Iarold BurmeisTer
IeTT his posiTion as an oTTice assisTanT To enTer The
miliTary service ,and Mrs. Kayser Toolc charge oT
counTer service and losT-and-Tound service.
V MR. F. A. KAHLER P MISS HELEN MALONEY I MR. J. W, GANNAWAY
Senior Boys' Adviser Senior Girls' Adviser Senior Acfiyifies
Chalfman Chairman Chairman
MISS B. M. VEACH MR. R. S. REAM MISS L G H
Sophomore Girls' Freshman Boys' Freishmian igii-IIsPTON
' AdVlS9I' Chairman Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman
HEADS OF DEPARTMENTS
' MR. RAU MR. SHEARER MRS. SCHOENENBERC-BER MR. SHOWLEY I , DR.'SMALL MR WINDOES
Business Social Heaifh Boys' Physica! I . , , Foreign ' ' , 'V Science ,
Studies ' Educafion - , 1 wLan,guages ' ' ,,
FACULTY AND OFFICE STAFF
MRS, ABBOTT MISS ANDERSON MR. ASCHENBACH MRS. ATKINS MR. BAILEY 1 MR, BENNETT
Girls Physical Music: Mathematics: Secretary, Science Art
Education Senior Adviser V Senior Adviser Office of Superinfendenf '
MRS BOND MRS. BORHEK MR. BOWERMASTER MISS BREIDENBACH MRS6f?R
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Home Economics Home Economics , BUSINESS: 'Fvreiqn LM19'-'ages - I V A'S :
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Maihemahcs Dramahcs and Speech'
MR. FUNKHQUSER MISS. GAHAGAN MRS, GALLIE MR. GIALLOMBARDO MR. GIBSON MRS. GREESON
Merhemahfzsg Dramahcs and Speech Maihemaiicsg Boys' Physical Ed: Booksfore Manager Businessg .
Senior Adviser Junior Adviser Freshman Adviser ' , ' Freshman Adviser
MRS. KIDD MISS KING MISS KIXMILLER MRS. KORMAN MISS KRAL
Musicology Girls' Physical Ed: Social Studies Englishg Dramatics and Speechg
Sophomore Adviser Sophomore Adviser Junior Adviser
. ANDWER MISS L PORTE MR, LARSEN MRALAUER MRS LAVERY
riimziuslrrial Ads' Foreign Lgnguagesg Indusfrial Arrsg Boys' Physical Edg MUSIW E
Freshman Adviser Freshman Adviser Sophomore Adviser Freshman Adviser .1
MRS. LE.NARD MISS LENNARDS MR. MacLEAN MR. MALINSKY MR. MARZ
English Foreign Languages English AuI'o Driving: Social Sfudiesg
Junior Adviser Freshman Adviser
MR. McDOWELL MR. MCFADZEAN MR. McLENNAN MISS MILLER
Foreign Languages Boys' Physical Ed: Maihemafics Girls' Physical Ed:
Junior Adviser Freshman Adviser
MR. MOREY MRS. MORRIS MRS. JAMES MR. NAY
Foreign Languages: Foreign Languages: Foreign Languages: Social Siudiesg
Junior Adviser Sophomore Adviser Junior Adviser Sophomore Adviser
MRS. OLSON MISS OSLAND MISS PARKER MISS PATTERSON
Booksfore Supervisor, Girls' Office of Foreign Languages:
Locker Rooms Dean of Girls Freshman Adviser
MR. PIFER MR. PINK MISS PYLE MRS. RAFFETTO
English: English: Girls' Physical Ed: Foreign Languages
Freshman Adviser Junior Adviser Sophomore Adviser Junior Adviser
AMRS. RECKITT MISS REINHARDT MISS RESLER MR. REYNOLDS
Cafeferia Manager Business: Assisfani' Librarian Science:
I Senior Adviser Freshman Adviser
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MISS RHODES MRZROBERTSON MR. SCHMIH MRS. SEMMERLING MISS SLEIGHTV MR. D. F. SMITH
Speech Boys Physical Edg Supervisor, Boys' Regisfrar's Office Maihernaficsg Pholographyg
Sophomore Adviser Locker Rooms Junior Adviser Sophomore Adviser
MR. J. R. SMITH MRS, K. C. SMITH - MISS M. E. SMITH MRS. SOWERSBY MR. STENVALL MRS. STEWART
Business Englishg Englishg Home Economics Ari' Scienceg
Senior Adviser Freshman Adviser Sophomore Adviser
MR. SWAIN MR. SWEET MRS. TATHAM
Malhemaricsg English Social Studies:
Freshman Adviser Senior Adviser
MISS TOOL MRS. TREVOR MR. UDE
Publicafions Office RegisIrar's Office Mafhemaficsg
M R. VERNON
MR. VAN AMAN MR. VAN DEURSEN
Boys' Physical Ed: Science
MISS WALTZ MR. WATERS MRS. F. WEHR
Social Sfudies Mafhemaficsg Social Siudiesg
Sophomore Adviser Sophomore Adviser
MISS VOELZ ' MISS WALKUP MRS. WALSH
Girls' Physical Ed. English Office of
MISS WEILER MR WEINGARTNER MR WELLINGTON
Social Studies Malhemahcs Auto Driving
Junior Advisor Junior Adviser Freshman Adviser
Miss WHITE Miss wi-INFIELD MR R WILSON Mlssw wiLsoN Mas WIN
Englgsh. English English-Social Sludiesg English Enghs ,I G'n'Wza' r'WTi4'F1iiiW?21?32-'vista
.luninr Ariilisor Junior AdViSeI' JUHIOY AdViS9I' R lilfll-VM W H Y
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I-HALL SUPERVISORS: BARBARA THORNE, LORIN SURPLESS, SUE HANEMAN
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GORDON ANDERSON HELEN DOUGHTY MARGOT ECKHOUSE MIKE BAITY
Presidenl Vice-Presidenl Sec T y T asurer
Sludenl Council is The one organizalion in New Trier in
which all The sludenls are represenled. Under The leadership
oT Presidenl Gordon Anderson, Vice-Presidenl Helen Dough-
ly, Secrelary lvlargol Eclchouse, and Treasurer Mike Baily,
Council was conlinually slriving To Tullill Three Tunclions Tor
which il was Tounded: To sludy, discuss, and acl upon slu-
denl problems, To promole good relalions loelween The slu-
denls and Tacully, and To develop in The sludenls good cili-
zenship Trails Through experience in democralic organizalion.
During The pasl year,'Council made signiTicanT slrides Tor-
ward in The success ol The Honor Syslem, managemenl ol
The lunch hall, sludenl supervision oT sludy halls, oblaining
driving privileges Tor upperclassmen, and in many olher
Through The ellorls ol Council, a plan was adopled allow-
ing all upper-classmen To drive To school. In addilion, driver-
Training Tesls were presenled To sophomores as a parl ol The
plan To educale sludenls on saTeTy.
An improved program oT Salurday roller-slcaling, baslqel-
ball, and badminlon in The gyms was ellecled This year, and
The Halloween and Treshrnan parlies were olher examples ol
Council's work in promoling recrealional programs which
provide Tor speciTic needs oT The sludenls, The school, and
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SPONSOR MR. VAN DEuRsEN WITH FACULTY REPRESENTATIVES
MR, VERNON, MISS KELso, AND OFFICERS BAITY AND ANDERSON
Top Row: Andrew, Schmidt
Pelerson, I-Ielms, Schulz,
Third Row: Morgan, Thulin,
Randolph, Cook, Miller,
Second Row: Shearer, Alle-
gan, Elmendort Thorsen,
Robinson, I-ledges, I-larris.
Bollom Row: Doughly, Miss
Kelso, Mr. Vernon, Naidow-
SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES
Top Row: Teich, Singer, Falk, Talbot Gunn, Smith, Cohrs, Pilzner, Arlhur, Cram, Clarke, I-ledges, Baily,
Third Row: Ross, Yales, Dorgan, Burchmore, Randolph, Shuman. Miller, Turner, Wilson, Caro, Deulch, Shearer, Andrew, I-larris.
Second Row: Franlrzen, Slone, I-loward, Cook, Miller, Andrews, Schmidt Pelerson, Sullon, Albrecht Eckhouse, Sweelman, Allegan, Feuer
Botlom Row: Fink, Naidowski, Van Weyk, Smirh, Wonderlic, Rubel, Smilh, Robinson, Cannon, Scolt Miner, Endres.
FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES
Top Row: France, Srelson, Murray, Benlley, I-lamillon, Wynn, Maxwell, Marlin, Surpless, Lindslrorn, Eckhouse, I-Ielms.
Fourlh Row: Dold, Amos, Goellsch, Bronslon, Osborn, Turner, O'Connor, Lochner, Caslerline, Wilder, Anderson, Weinberg,
Third Row: Andrew, Welch, Cook, Ehrbar, Bergman, Weinberg, Greene, Graham, Donaldson, Rappaport Avery, Goodman, Shapiro.
Second Row: Veague, Varney, Schulz, Smilh, I-Ianeman, Rieger, Davis, I-larris, Porler, Powell, James, Bullard, Tourlellot
Bo'Hom Row: Fowler, Van Weyk, Wagner, Wagner, Philpolt I-loerdt Lloyd, Vyse, Anderson, Weinberg, Feder, Allison.
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Many changes and advances were made in
sTudenT-supervised sTudy halls This year. FirsT-
semesTer Treshmen were admiTTed Tor The TirsT
Time, making only Two ouT oT seven sTudy halls
TaculTy-supervised. The leadership-Training pro-
gram, aTTer Two years oT operaTion, has shown
deTiniTe resulTs in beTTer sTudenT behavior and
accepTance oT responsibiliTy in sTudyhall groups.
The sTudenT-supervised lunch hall also showed
a greaT improvemenT during The pasT year. Us-
ing eTTecTive publiciTy, The commiTTee manag-
ing and supervising The lunch hall made greaT
sTrides in geTTing sTudenTs To cooperaTe in keep-
ing The lunch hall clean and orderly.
The '54 Council assumed Tull responsibiliTy
second semesTer and has shown real progress
already: during This Time The '53 board conTin-
ued To work as an advisory board. WiTh The
new group oT oTTicers, headed by Tex Randolph
as president STudenT Council Taces a year oT
AnoTher big change, This Time in sponsorship,
will occur when Mr. ArT Van Deursen, aTTer
TwenTy years as TaculTy adviser, will relinquish
This posT in which he has helped To guide Coun-
cil To a posiTion oT eminence and inTluence in
school aTTairs. Mr. Paul Goodrich, adminisTra-
Tive assisTanT, will Take over The iob oT guiding
Council beginning nexT SepTember.
SECOND SEMESTER GROUP
Top IRow:l Gross, ChrisTie, Robinson, Jones, Sproule, Fisk, ArThur, MacMil-
Fif+h Row: Oelerich, Shere, Morgan, MaTThias, Dorgan, l-larris, Gammie,
FourTh Row: Eckhouse, Cook, Boodell, Andrew, Reagan, PeTerson, Andrews,
Third Row: DeuTch, SmiTh, Allegan, Caro, Anderson, Goodman, RappaporT,
Second Row: DoughTy, Sprowl, Phelps, James, l.indsTrom, Maclean, Foy,
Friedner, Babize, Shoresman.
BoTTom Row: Ellis, McCollisTer, Mr. Goodrich, Miss Kelso, Mr. Vernon
COUNCIL OF CLUBS
Top Row: BernsTein, SmiTh, WhiTe, Salisbury, Mc6rew, Cross.
Middle Row: Young, PeTerson, DeuTch, AlbrechT, Reise, Cooper.
BoTTom Row: l-Tales, Goodwin, Gode, BarneTT, Bender, GaTTer, STone.
Discussion leaders Eckhouse and Rappaporh supervisors NesbiTT, MarTin, l-lollingbery, Lorch,
Nilson, Morava, Lindblom, Kolarik, McKinnon, Kirk, Lane, and Miller.
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STUDY-HALL GENERAL SUPERVISORS
Top Row: Webb, Swirles, Thompson, Mohl, Walls
Middle Row: Slearns, Cook, Kram, Goodman
FIRST SEMESTER STUDY-HALL SUPERVISORS
Top Row: France, l-loban, Gunn, Friend, Lane, Orlaviani, Conover, Osborn, Sex, Srruve, Gessel, Ehrbar, Elnyre, Kennedy, Driggs, Wallace.
Fourlh Row: Porlman, McKinnon, l-linkley, Taylor, Greeley, Beuder, While, Morava, Rosenbaum, Chrislie, Szonn, Cummings, Surpless, King,
Third Row: Selinger, Keyser, Good, Gudeman, Campell, Crowley, Cramm, Armslrong, Siruggles, Anderson, Wollum, Kearns, Kolllai, Cook,
Second Row: Carmody, Perlman, DeVry, Pelerson, Kirk, Cherlain, Boodell, Miller, O'Connell, Nesbill, Donaldson, Gross, DeWiH', Pelerson
Addinglon, Wollz, Balkin, Miller.
BoHom Row: Penlield, Donahue, Feuer, Smirh, Dohse, Edgar, Bradley, Nunn, Pelers, Salvarzo, Clark, Clarke, Cookman, Cornell, Borg, Foy,
SECOND SEMESTER STUDY-HALL SUPERVISORS
Top Row: Ellwine, Mohl, l-loban, l-linkley, Surpless, l-lelms, Cain, Lane, Myers, While, France, Sex, Sokol, Wallace, Wacker, Ely.
Fourlh Row: Chrislie, Gudeman, Powell, Bender, Taylor, Marx, Szonn, Thompson, Simonds, Dunbeck, Wollum, Taylor, Snow, Selinger, Smiih,
Third Row: Voss, Randoll, Cohn, l-lowensline, l-layman, Caslefline, Wineberg, Anderson, Kolllal, Lusrgarlen, Chaplin, Chrislopher, Mann,
Kearns, Wilson. I
Second Row: Foskell, McCready, l-lollingbery, Turlle, Donaldson, O'Connell, Coleman, Boodell, Schuleman, Edmonds, Thorsen, Edwards,
Nielsen, Williams, Gaines, Slruggles.
BoH'om Row: Klin eman, Ogilvie, DeVry, Risrow, Doughly, Fell, Teegarden, Edgar, Dohse, Smilh, Brown, Winburn, Clark, Lange, Gaklerl, Borg,
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Bollom Row: Elmendorf, Daliere, Freeman, Cook-
JIM HUST BOB STRUGGLES SHEP BENTLEY DON MCNEILL
PI'ESideI1f Vice-PresidenT SecreTary Treasurer
CiTizenship, Tellowship, and sporTsmanship are The
Three guiding principles oT New Trier's Tri-Ship
Club. l-leaded by The execuTive board consisTing
oT club oTTicers, class chairmen, and heads oT The
Ten commiTTees, The remainder oT The direcTive
membership oT Tri-Ship is composed oT adviser-
group represenTaTives and commiTTee members.
ln reviewing The year's successes, The dance com-
miTTee was responsible Tor inTroducing a Treshman
"Tri-Ship" aT The beginning oT The year in addiTion
To The Tive big dances. This year's "Lagniappe"
presenTaTion, "Eppa lngal," was The producT oT ex-
cellenT planning, acTing, and sTage managemenT.
The proTiTs Trom all TuncTions, including Lagniappe
and The dances, enabled Tri-Ship To award scholar-
ships To abouT ThirTy boys.
Service commiTTee conTinued supplying library
moniTors, door guards, inTormaTion-desk boys, and
The sTudenT employmenT service. The Ticl4eT com-
miTTee handled disTribuTion oT Ticl4eTs Tor "Lag-
niappe" and Tri-Ship bangueTs besides The prinTing
DICK MAC MCKINNON RON HEDBERG
A A HIRAM HINKLEY 'WAYNE KING BILL MUTHER
, TickeTs 'Traffic Lagniappe Laqniappe Public Relations
oT TooTball game programs. In charge oT arrange-
menTs Tor The l:aTher-Son bangueT and T-he Dad's
Club TooTball bangueT, The dinner commiTTee also
Tool: care oT reTreshmenTs aT dances, sock hops, and
The l-lalloween, sophomore, and senior parTies.
The club-room commiTTee provided use oT iTs Tele-
vision seT Tor various occasions and supervised The
use oT The club room Tor inTerviews wiTh college
represenTaTives as well as oTher group meeTings.
PubliciTy was The iob oT The public relaTions com-
miTTee: running oT The annual Career NighT and
The homecoming ceremonies wenT To The arrange-
menTs commiTTee. The TraTTic squad direcTed over-
Tlow TraTTic aT all major evenTs and beTore and aTTer
school: and The usher corps members served aT more
Than sixTy-Tive evenTs during The year.
l-laving Tounded The organizaTion in I926, Mr.
Donald Frisbie served as Tri-Ship's sponsor Tor Twen-
Ty-seven years. Mr. William Gannaway assumed
Tull sponsorship This Tall Tollowing Mr. Frisbie's re-
TiremenT Trom This posT.
Top Row: Cummings, Mc:Na++in, Lanham, Dern, Blunl, Segil, Lochner, Dralce.
Four+h Row: Jones, Freeman, Price, Meyers, Greeley, I-lerron, Cramer.
Third Row: Wilder, Srruve, Waller, Allen, Jeffers, Chrislopher, Snow.
Second Row: Wieland, Webb, Gladson, Shanahan, Sennofl, Murher, Morrison
BoH'om Row: Cram, Buclwig, Porler, Funari, Painler.
SPONSOR MR. GANNAWAY
ASSISTANTS MR. KELLY,
MR. BOWERMASTER, AND
Top Row: Slephens, Jones, Seelurih, Adams, Myers, Norman, Palmer, Macomber.
Fourfh Row: Good, Kurz, G-oldsfein, Snow, Durham, Eddy, Nurr, Johnson.
Third Row: Sfudy, Ade, Keyser, Bowman, Oehler, Van Esso, Andrew, Nicolazzi.
Second Row: Webb, Morrison, Barron, Will, Maupin, Bushnell, Wiley, Chaplin.
BoH'om Row: Mr. Gannaway, Everly, Schulz, l-liggenbolham, l-luyler, Tennanl, Doughly.
l i , ..+J.Y..,st":?fN'3 "Y 4 X -ki 'A' 'N'
Top Row: Cleary, I-lavel, Ollavi-
ani, Rosen, Nicklin, Sex, Thomp-
Middle Row: Shanahan, Cramer,
Bender, Caslerline, Orelind,
Friend, Gross, Cohn.
Bo+'Iom Row: Cook, Anderson, Ad-
kins, Melzner, Grolil, Lewis, Mor-
Top Row: Peacock, Simon, Milch-
ell, Bowman, Farnham, Caslerline,
BoHom Row: Yarle, Schwanles,
I-I a r ri s, Crummer, Sanderson,
Top Row: Knulsen, Vander I-leiden,
Flinl, Childs, Donnelley, Ruqgles
Leck, Jensen, Beniarnin.
Third Row: McArliI'Ie, Alsdorl
While, Guepin, Allin, Breed
Second Row: Lanyi, Edwards, Gar-
rison, Ariell, Dudman, Ruth
Bollom Row: Wonderlic, Nason
Buck, Burmeisler, Moses, Braun
Top Row: Ellis, Campbell, Mohl, Bonfig
Barron, Lawson, Capone.
Third Row: Johnson, Kay, Slrelow, Mc
Manus, Olson, l-lelmer, Drake.
Second Row: Coyno, Adkins, Chaplin
l-luyler, Luslgarlen, l-larris, Alqeo
BoHom Row: Wineberg, Mollly, Good
rnan, Coleman, Corcoran, Fagel.
Top Row: Allen, Wood, Kleerup, Cavals
lon, Arlhur, Jennell, Cramer.
Middle Row: Anderson, Porler, Worlh-
Englon, Marx, Dunbeck, Davenporl.
BoHom Row: Porler, Adkins, Baify, Cal-
kins, Cohn, Olmsled.
Second Row Bennelf Srlls Bronslon Truesdell Bowman Porlman Chrislopher Pollak Pielrowie Weidemann McCullough, Coghill.
BoH'om Row Pelerson Schullz Gross Granger Beal Paschen Miller Morrison Chambers Mussner Cook Shapiro Jelllers.
Fi'F+h Row Armsfrong Powell Selinger Edmonds l-lepple Lorch Seqil France Ramsay Ollaviani Driqgs Morava Trense, Greenough.
Fourlh Row Amos Tippens Lieliow Groves l-lusl Larsen Roewade Gladson Johns Anderson Benfley VanOs+erhou+ Dunn.
Third Row Crowley Cain Anderson Kay Slephens l-larrls Murphy Allen Waller Cooper Gillis Allen Coleman Wieland.
Second Row Goodman Kurz Mulh r Smifh Davis Slruggles Anderson Shanahan Slearns Webb Vlfineberg McKinnon, Morrison, Glos.
BoHom Row Carmody Binkley Welch Slevens Boudreaux Sludy Hedberg Moilly Fell Budwig Chaplin Calkins Bender.
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MARY ANDERSON DEBBY HOLLINGBERY PEGGY COLEMAN NANCY TUTTLE
Presidenl Vice-Presidenl Secrelar
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LYNN STARRETT GINNY NIELSEN LUCY LARSON SUZIE HADLER GEORGE ANN DOTY MAE CHETLAIN JACQUI D'ELLES
Arrangements CI-iarily Employmenl Friendly Financial Social Publicily
OFFICERS AND SPONSOR, MISS KIX MILLER
For lhe pasl lhirly-live years lhe
Girls' Club ol New Trier has done an
oulslanding iob, promoling lun and
lriendship lor every girl al New Trier.
Throughoul lhe lall monlhs, Girls' Club
helped lreshmen and olher new girls lo
become acguainled. The New Girls'
Supper and lhe Friendly Banquel gave
everyone a chance "lo make new lriends
and keep lhe old."
Fall lo Girls' Club also meanl "money-
making lime," prolils going primarily
inlo scholarships lor New Trier girls. The
magazine drive nelled almosl 355,000
Sales ol cokes and spudnuls al sporls
evenls broughl lhe lolal nel prolils up
lo almosl 56,000 The spring lashion
show provided anolher source ol income
besides providing lalenled demonslra-
lion ol lhe newesl clolhing slyles.
The charily drives and adviser-room
proiecls were examples ol lhe way? in
which Girls' Club helped olhers less lorl-
unale lhroughoul lhe Uniled Slales and
in loreign lands. The clolhing drive, held
in coniunclion wilh Tri-Ship, eslablished
a new nalional record lor high-school
colleclions wilh a lolal ol over lwenly-
lwo lons ol clolhing collecled.
Members ol lhe nursery-school slall,
ollice slall, library slall, and lhe newly
lormed absence-bullelin slall gave ol
lheir lime lo lullill responsible chores
which aided bolh school and commun-
Top Row: Larkin, Edgar.
Bollom Row: Coleman, Chellain.
ily. Girl's Club also provided iobs lrom
baby-silling lo salesmanship lor New
Trier girls desiring employmenl.
The Molher-Daughler Banguel, given
early in lvlarch, gave Ivlom an opporlun-
ily lo recall her high-school days.
Throughoul lhe year, under lhe guid-
ance ol sponsor Miss KixMiller, New
Trier girls gol lun and relaxalion lrom
Girls' Club, in addilion lo many hours
ol work, everyone accepling lhe chal-
lenge lo make I954 one ol lhe mosl
successlul years in Girls' Club hislory.
FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES
TOP ROW: Rccfiscf. Cifke -', Cef' Ee'e's:', Ce de'fnI, R"'r-ef, Sei"-"' Rene" 3 cf- C: 42 - .. -, -.,'
Four'II'1 Row: C3131 nec.-., Ce'c::", Sex-ues C:'c"'. L5'5cc L7ece"n" cc. I-I::s'eI S""' T J' MCCS. e e" M
Third Row: Ed'--'e'os, E ef Genes, fake Cer f' NVQT H545 qc I-Ief'e" 'c S'e", ' Ke'se NCC: :"' :M--' Ness" 0
Second Row: Refncef-. refme' wen :seen C7C'CC' .Ies"e' S""', I-I: Mes, :"s:: Me":--' Mcfleecg 21:5 -' Kesed W
NV? Jams, Ve-vXfVexc De ey.
BoH'om Row: Nc'c':ss T:u"e':' 3-:nes Cccvcec R 'Q Eau-.5 e 4:4 Ceeve fccse Sc:-. femrg, Age: fic: , Rcacjcck S
SECOND SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES
Top Row: I-Id:-ren, XIVTICCX. Ecscfzk, Sccegef NVe 5, Rcsece Hdxme' KIe.ke, Dew-e' Bfc.-.-, F: Ze' ?e'e's- . Tczmcscc - 'seine 33x Yen.
Third Row: Wefo. Srcfe, Lengencece Jfficvscn, Sadness Scnccen, Eiefcs S:""e' Tex c' Gazer Ma"'e'-ns. Se-. Cave Schaefer Aoems.
Second Row: Wnveoge, Thie e, Dey, Scfcem. Gccdwfr' Ezrfef, Vdgr, Refnecf S"T'n Eyes' Jcces, E'fe'c E""Ze" V-""e-sfae Ar,
BoH'om Row: Deen. Bren.-fn. Rlwgfey, W::d'ccl, MfIIer 6'eef'e Teegafden, C':?se" Ticcencf I-Irceceq, Gcmsre :-'e 5 " Hg Gfwe' Rxcs X.
FIRST SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES
Top Row: Loci Ausrin, Danlberg. Aivefef, Tufne' MIIIef. VVys5, PeTe'Sc', Brown, Bu es, Vrcecge, S+c'e
Fourfh Row: Sfnirn, I-Icenn, SI'enenen, I-Ifnkfe. S+erre'i Srexervs. THEIWISFTYT Dc-'cena EusIce'5, S"""', Krg I-Iecscn, 3-e'ge'.
Third Row: Ugnrner, Dew, Garden, PuII'nen, Rcbeffs, McCfeedy. Jacobsen, Clark VVF?+ele'. C'csL':v Dfcbe, Nen sen, Lang E.-.:::z.
Second Row: Grcsfnan, Jensen, PIwFIcc'f, Eeifbeirn. King, Scnwiefez-+, Page, RTTT-3TfC9fQ, Fe-e'se' B'ee" Bcccecen Mefemcrr, Mceef. Cochran Nab
Bo'Hom Row: DI-IscoII. Mericrri, Madden, Norcross. Nunr. Cesde, Ruddock. Tfue, Eraser, Cece, Sauer, Marina Kefcef, Kferrer Mccfe Jones, Mer?-e'
NURSERY SCHOOL STAFF
Top Row: Gallery, Emrich, Bradley, An-
derson, McLick, Wyss, Pailon, Porier,
Tichenor, Wagner, Murphy, Baughn,
I I ' ' s,
anderson, Schulz, Bayless.
Taylor, Rernberl, Fink,
RESERVE LIBRARY ASSISTANTS
Top Row: Ford, Sweelman, Mages,
Slranne, Cox, Trexler.
BoH'om Row: Winburn, Ogilvie, Miller,
Top Row: Keilh, Albrecht Jinkinson, Foskell, Mcllwain, Wollison, Brill, Brandenburg, Drick, Ross, Wyss, Peierson, Fuiorian.
Third Row: Goodwin, Miller, Kalz, Deu+ch, Lieberman, Goodiriend, Doepel, Johnson, Boyls+on, Baughn, Schager, Dorgan.
Second Row: Laun, Keserl, Drell, I-lallis, I-Iimelblau, Minx, Rillenberq, LaMo+l'e, Slanley, Dawes, Tour'I'elloI', Presion.
Bofiom Row: Remloerl, Tichenor, Fink, Kirk, Lund, Peiers, McCready, Unger, Currier, Rassman, Walerslradl, Gilmour.
SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES I W
Top Row: I-Iuflman, O'ConmeII, Bullard, Brandenburg, Whillaker, Cross, Wollison, Donaldson, Edens, Coleman, Bick, Slrone, Schmidt
Fourih Row: Miller, Brown, Langenbach, Ruskin, Jinkinson, Gaiieri, Slone, King, Johns, Whireside, Schell, Peiersen, Schwem.
Third Row: I-Iusion, Addinqion, Baughn, Day, Maiewski, Davis, James, Bayless, I-Ioison, Kling, I-lager, Miller, Elliol, Daliere,
Second Row: Rillenberg, Reinach, Trainer, Murphy, Allen, Maxwell, Pelers, Breen, Voigl, MacMellan, Addenbrooke, Devine, Flippo
BoH'om Row: Pullman, Moeller, Bradley, Moore, Beck, Nauioks, Whiieside, Jespersen, Garner, Chinberg, Jenks, Day, Alderman, Olson
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NEW TRIER NEWS
AT The beginning oT The school year The News sTaTT was aware
ThaT iTs principal eTTorT should be direcTed Towards preserving The
gains accomplished by The l952-l953 sTaTT and, if possible, To con-
Tinue The sTeady improvemenT achieved during The pasT years under
The guidance oT Mrs. Sue Lenard.
ConsTrucTive eTTorTs were made in several direcTions. FirsT oT all,
emphasis was placed on making The News as nearly as possible an
all-sTudenT publicaTion. Closer cooperaTion wiTh oTher school organi-
zaTions, and sTudenT conTribuTions in The Torm oT leTTers To The edi-
Tor and oTher arTicles were encouraged.
SporTs sTories and evenTs were TeaTured, and sTrong sTudenT sup-
porT Tor aThleTics was sTimulaTed. lnnovaTions in presenTing The news
sTories were underTal4en and Tound useTul in reporTing graphic, up-
To-daTe accounTs. A noTable addiTion was a weelcly column oT con-
densed news presenTaTion.
MosT oT all, The News endeavored To provide inTeresTing and in-
TormaTive reading and To supporT The Tine TradiTion oT New Trier in
every way possible.
NEWS SUPPORTING HEADS AND ASSISTANTS
Top Row: Walerman, Roddick, Sprowl, Rieger, Meyers.
BoTTom Row: GroTT, Passman, Allison, Freeman,
Mrs. Lenard lsponsorl, l-ligginboTham, Kurz, Magie, BalTe, Morrison,
Top Row: Tarranl, O'Connor
Balie, Truesdell, Karralcer.
Middle Row: Reardon, Lippman
Bo++om Row: Bufler, Alderman
Smilrh, Dexler, Lunsford, Talcoil'
Top Row: Schullz, Goldman, Baile,
Middle Row: Allison, Maremonl,
Lunsford, Franden, Cooper.
BoH'om Row: Booz, Burler, Bern,
Smilh, Middlelon, Winie, Mc-
Meyers, l-laugh, Kurz, Arnold, Mrs. Lenard lsponsorl, Rieger, Lind, Larson, Wieland.
Quill and Scroll is a nalional honorary sociery
which recognizes rneril and achievemeni in Jrhe field
of iournalism. By meeiing cerrain required sian-
dards, qualified New Trier sludenis are nominaied
ro rhe sociery in April or May oi each year. Sru-
denis newly appoinred 'r-his year, as announced ar
The Publicaiions Banquel on Thursday, May I3, were
seniors Pele Groicl, Mary l-liqginborham, Carol Kirk,
Sue Lawrence, Ed McManus, John Morrison, Rog
Reardon, Ellen Roddiclc, Jeanne Sewrey, and Daniel
Wilder, and iuniors Aviva Eulorian, lsadora Lipp-
man, Angie Lunsford, Prudy Passman, Carole Smirh,
Colby Smilh, Susie Teegarden, and Len Truesdell,
represeniing News, Echoes, and lnklings.
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ECHOES or 1954
Each year The Echoes sTaT? aTTempTs To produce a
be-TTer yearbook Than ThaT OT The previous year. TO
make The l954 ediTiOn The besT OT all, The sTaTT in-
cluded more picTures represenTaTiOnal OT The
schOOl's sTudenTs and acTiviTies, more TacTual wriTe-
ups, a more diversiTied and aTTracTive layOuT OT
pages, and reTained The idea OT a modern, cOlOrTul
In addiTiOn, The sTaTT wanTecl TO produce a book
which Tive Or even TiTTy years Trom now could be
reTerred TO as a reliable source OT inTOrmaTiOn. a
book which would give a Tairly accuraTe picTure OT
The school, sTudenTs, TaculTy, and acTiviTies during
The year I953-I954.
TO make The year's sTOry more compleTe, a sepa-
raTe sTaTT was Tormed TO produce a recording which
cOnTained Tamiliar sound OT some OT The more im-
porTanT and OuTsTanding evenTs, This was included
wiTh The I954 annual Tor Those who wished To pur-
chase The recording as a supplemenT To The book.
A parTicularly noTeworThy improvemenT in This
year's book iTselT, however, is The inclusion, Tor The
TirsT Time in Echoes hisTOry, OT picTures OT The gOlT,
Tennis, spring Track, and baseball Teams OT The cur-
renT year. For The TirsT Time also, The annual senior
play presenTed in The spring Touncl a place in The
AnOTher TeaTure expecTecl To be popular wiTh
New Trier sTudenTs is an enlarged snapshoT secTiOn
which presenTs some OT The lighTer side OT sTudenT
acTiviTies bOTh in and OuT OT school.
Under The guidance and direcTion OT lvlr. R. E.
Wilson, sponsor, an enThusiasTic and capable sTaTT
worked day and nighT, including week-ends and holi-
days, TO produce an Echoes which, iT is hoped, will
be The besT-received OT a long series OT successTul
Sewrey, Truesclell, Lawrence, WaTerman, Kirk,
Mr. D. Smilh lsponsorl Murphy l-lunyady Allen Wes
Pholography Service was inauguraled
laslr year chiefly lo provide piclures for
Echoes and News, as well as "ou'rside" pub-
licalions. Composed of advanced sludenls,
Jrhe group does all lhe work involved in pro-
ducing piclures, members worlcing during
free periods and aller school developing
negalives and preparing lhe hundreds upon
hundreds ol prinls from which Echoes pic-
Jrures are finally selecled. Sludenl pholo-
grapher Paul Wesl look adviser-group and
olher groups piclures for several monlhs
during adviser period. Piclures of clubs,
alhlelic leams, and mosl school evenls were
lalien eller school hours by Franlc Murphy
and John l-lales. Jim Allen developed all
The negalives for Echoes, and Frank Hun-
yady and Rhodes Myers did mosl ol lhe
prinling. Mr. Don Smilh was supervisor.
Top Row: Moreen Kashian 'lruesd ll Walerman
Third Row: Lunsford Lippman Fisch r Fulorian Cohn
Second Row: Dexler Greenl eld Dorgan S'nirh
Bolfom Row: Teeoarden Aisn r Nob' G ii s
AnoTher TirsT Tor New Trier! Sounds Tamiliar? OT course,
Tor These are Tamiliar sounds recorded Tor posTeriTy and pre-
senTed Tor The TirsT Time in coniuncTion wiTh The Echoes. As
Tar as is known, This recording OT Re-Echoes enTiTled
"Sounds Familiar," is The TirsT yearbook record produced by
an Illinois high school.
Working under The direcTion oT Mr. RoberT Pink, wiTh
EThel Caro as head oT The recording group, an enThusiasTic
sTaTT "picked up" many hours oT speeches, cheers, concerTs,
plays, games, and chiT-chaT, ediTed down To I6 minuTes oT
nosTalgic sounds, including The conTinuiTy.
A special scripT commiTTee headed by Tom Allen pro-
duced The narraTive which holds The "sTory" oT New Trier
acTiviTies TogeTher. The scripT, wriTTen Tor ryThmic narra-
Tion, was reciTed by The verse-speaking choir under The di-
recTion oT Miss Virginia Kral. The parTicipaTion oT The verse-
speaking choir added TurTher inTeresT To The already inTer-
esTing experimenT oT presenTing The acTiviTies oT The school
Depending upon iTs recepTion by The sTudenTs, The Echoes
record will be bidding Tor a place among New Trier's many
ECHOES RECORD STAFF
Top Row: Doyno, ScoTT, Mangel, Clancy
Middle Row: WirTz, Margolis, Branden
burg, Davis, Allen.
BoTTom Row: Mr. Pink, BoylsTon, Caro
SPONSOR MR. PETERSON, EDITOR JOAN DAVIS, CO-SPONSOR MR. SWEET
lnklings has long been The maior ouTIeT Tor creaTive wriTing aT
New Trier. l'liTTing a high poinT in sTaTT enThusiasm and liTerary ex-
cellence, The magazine This year saw an upsurge in The guanTiTy and
gualiTy OT sTudenT work.
Under The co-sponsorship oT Mr. R. S. PeTerson and Mr. R. SweeT,
The I954 sTaTT meT regularly To selecT The besT ThaT New Trier had
To oTTer in sTories, poems, an essays, and To gain valuable consTrucTive
criTicism concerning Their own wriTing.
The pockeT-size book, iniTiaTed in 1953, proved so popular ThaT
This Torm was repeaTed This year.
I954 saw a deTiniTe rise in The quanTiTy and qualiTy oT creaTive
wriTing aT New Trier. Judging Trom The TalenT exhibiTed This year,
lnklings conTinued To provide valuable experience Tor sTudenTs inTer-
esTed in wriTing.
Top Row: PaxTon, Fosdick,
Rieger, Cohn, Davis.
Third Row: BenneTT, Long
Nordblom, BrighTman, MelT
zer, WolT, BalTe.
Second Row: Doyno, Kuhles
SmiTh, l-loTson, Schulz, SuT
BoTTom Row: Baker, Wonder
lic, Passman, Gaines.
Le Flambeau, The French maga-
zine, was published in laTe May
and consisTed oT a varieTy oT con-
TribuTions Trom all French classes.
SelecTions included inTeresTing
French sTories, arTicles, poeTry,
crossword puzzles, and iokes, A
conTesT was held To choose The
besT cover design: enTries noT
chosen Tor The cover were used
ThroughouT The magazine. Under
The able ediTorship oT Carol Re-
mien and The assisTance oT Mrs.
M. L. Morris, a capable sTaTT
handled eTTecTively The arT, publi-
ciTy, rewriTe, Typing, assembling,
and sales deparTmenTs,
EL PREGUNTON STAFF
Top Row: Bassman, Phelps, Woolard, l-lowell, CriTTenTon, Jenks.
BoH'om Row: Currier, Mrs. James lsponsorl, l-ligginboTham, SrniTh.
Since T936 when The magazine
was TirsT published, Die Schreiberei
has increased in populariTy each
year. Under The sponsorship oT
Mr. Gordon Jensen This year, The
magazine sTimulaTes inTeresT in The
German language by giving Ger-
man sTudenTs a chance To express
Themselves in a Toreign Tongue.
EdiTed by Bill Alger, who was as-
sisTed by an excellenT sTaTT, Die
Schreiberei was composed oT sTo-
ries, poems, essays, and puzzles
chosen Trom conTribuTions Trom
German sTudenTs oT all classes.
LE FLAMBEAU STAFF
Fink, Gaines, Caro, Mrs, Morris, Remien, ATwaTer, Lelewer.
EI PregunTon, published annually by The
Spanish deparTmenT, surpasses The oTher
language magazines in sales wiTh almosT
Tive hundred copies sold To sTudenTs in
Spanish classes. Being The only Toreign
language magazine To be prinTed raTher
Than mimeographed, EI Pregunfon consisTs
oT nearly ThirTy-Tive pages. All Spanish
sTudenTs are required To submiT To The
magazine an arTicle, poem, cover design,
or puzzle. The superior conTribuTions are
prinTed, and The arTisT OT The cover design
which is used receives a prize. Mrs. Mar-
gareT James is The TaculTy sponsor, while
This year's ediTor-in-chieT was Mary Higgin-
DIE SCHREIBEREI STAFF
STanding: Goodman, Kearns, Mr. Jensen, Meyer, Krause, AlbrechT.
Goldman, Wessman, l-lowell, PorTer.
Among high-school debaTers This year, The Topic
under discussion was "Resolved: ThaT The PresidenT of
The UniTed STaTes should be elecTed by a direcT voTe
oT The people." DebaTing This guesTion in The March
secTional TournamenT aT Waukegan, New Trier's var-
siTy Took TiTTh place wi+h Three wins and Three losses,
bringing Their season record To ThirTy-Three wins and
ln addiTion To secTional compeTiTion, The debaTers
parTicipaTed in several inviTaTional TournamenTs. The
beginner, sub-varsiTy, and varsiTy divisions placed TirsT
aT La Grange, Tollowed by a TirsT place aT Niles Tor
The beginner and varsiTy Teams. The beginners again
capTured TirsT place aT Blue Island, wiTh The sub-varsiTy
and varsiTy divisions Taking second. The varsiTy Team
also debaTed in TournamenTs sponsored by The Uni-
versiTy oT Illinois aT Navy Pier and by AugusTana Col-
lege aT Rock Island, winning Tour ouT OT six and eighT
ouT oT Twelve debaTes respecTively.
The co-capTains oT The varsiTy division were Jack
PorTer and Cal Wessman: The remainder oT The Team
consisTeol oT John Emery, Dick Weinberg, John O'Con-
ner, and l-lenri Rush.
MosT oT This year's debaTers were members oT The
NaTional Forensic League which is a speech honor
socieTy having chapTers in more Than 500 schools
ThroughouT The counTry.
CrediT Tor New Trier's perennial inTeresT and suc-
cess in debaTe musT go To Mr. C. E. lVlacLean who
has coached New Trier Teams since I923.
Top Row: O'Conner, Lane,
Rush, Arnold, Goldman.
Middle Row: Howell, STone,
Weinberg, Gibbons, PorTer.
BoHom Row: Mr. MacLean,
TennanT, Kirk, Wessman,
ll- 'S 3 T ' If 'ki
bons, KauTman, l-lowell
BoTTom Row: Mr. MacLean
Kirk, BriTTon, PorTer, Chris
Tensen, STone, TennanT, GaT
Top Row: Goldman, Lane,
Rush, Arnold, BenneTT,
Middle Row: Van WolT, Wess-
man, Emery, Doyno, Gib-
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Top Row: Wood, Lochner, Powell, PiTzner, Kleerup, Magnuson, Groves, Lechner, WolTe, Wessel, Alger, SennoTT, Tippens, Buck, Taylor.
FiTTh Row: Waldmann, GoeTTsch, Berchem, Bolger, ArThur, Rasmussen, Voss, Ramey, l-lulTman, Nicholson, BluTenThal, Jarvis, Kurz, Morava, Morris, WorThing-
Ton Helms, Arey, Drake,
FourTh Rdw: Burns, KolTlaT, STevenson, Joseph, Moreen, Kashian, ReckiTT, Clissolcl, May, Robison, Bell, Taylor, STevens, Binkley, Lenz, Villiesse, l-layman, Byr-
Third Row: Taylor, Kibler, Rieger, AusTin, Wilcox, DuThie, MacKnighT, Brown, Nance, Frisby, Blumberg, McWilliams, Noble, Gode, Wonderlic, Windes, Add-
ingTon, Emrich Pavlik.
Second Row: Love, Bprowl, BarTell, Cone, Moninger, D'Elles, T-ligginboTham, LaMoTTe, TalboT, Loomis, BarneTT, Schoenrock, WebsTer, Sullivan, Schwem, George,
BoTTom Rowi Williams, Eckhouse, Thorne, Krause, Miller, Winburn, Madden, Long, Lind, Reeder, KeiTh, MiTchell, Shearer, Mccready, Young, Vidal, Adams,
The year i954 was a memorable one in New Trier's music de-
parTmenT, boTh vocally and insTrumenTally. Under The leadership
oT Mrs. Marian CoTTcn, head emeriTa, Mrs. Adelaide Bradburn,
head oT The choral division, and Mr. Samuel Mages, head oT The
insTrumenTal division, The deparTmenT experienced a successTul
and ouTsTanding year.
Gpening The season was The annual ChrisTmas concerT, wiTh
more Than one Thousand sTudenTs parTicipaTing in eiTher vocal
or insTrumenTal capaciTies.
The Boys' Ensembles "Bells oT SainT Mary's," The "JubilaTe
Deo" oT The chorus, The "Lord's Prayer" sung by The Girls' En-
semble, and Dvorak's "New World Symphony" as played by The
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The old audiTorium held iTs lasT opera This spring. Running Tor
Tour nighTs, "The Mikado" was presenTed To capaciTy audiences.
This was "Mama" CoTTon's lasT opera: her 35 years OT Tormer
successes helped To make This year's opera one oT The besT.
The orchesTra was an imporTanT parTicipanT in boTh concerTs
and The opera. ln addiTion, iT provided The opening music aT
every play This year. BoTh The cadeT and concerT bands, under
The direcTion oT Mr. Mages, perTormed aT several junior high
schools in The area as well as aT The TooTball games. They also
held several very successTul concerTs which were Thoroughly en-
ioyed by all who aTTended.
Top Row: Van WolT, Nance, Wilcox, Donaldson,
Frisby, Noble, Taylor.
Third Row: Cone, MiTchell, Adams, George, Aus-
Tin, Blumberg, Loomis.
Second Row: Gode, MarTin, Schwem, BarTell, Win-
burn, GilberT, Moninger.
BoTTom Row: Madden, Johnson, Reeder, Krause
Top Row: T-linkley, Lochner, Conover, Drake, Lech-
ner, Wood, Johns, l-lelms,
Third Row: Mulvaney, Morris, Waldmann, Bolger,
Second Row: STevenson, Arey, Joseph, ByrkiT,
Voorheis, JenneTT, l-luyler.
BoTTom Row: EbberT, May, Taylor, BaiTy, Clissold.
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GIRLS' Isl' OPERA GROUP
Top Row: Schulz, Reeder, Emrich, Thorne
Williams, MacKnighT, Noble, Rieger, Ausi
Fourfh Row: Caro, McWilliams, Windes
Love, Adams, Prisby, Wilcox, George
Third Row: Kibler, l-ligginboiham, Sprowl
Taylor, Addingion, Schwem, Blumberg
Pavlilc, Barlell, Brown. .
Second Row: Shearer, LaMoHe, Talbor, Viclc
ers, Barnell, Winburn, McCready, Eclr
house, Websler, Sullivan, Schoenroclc.
BoHom Row: Wonderlic, Moninqer, Madden
Long, Lund, Krause, Loomis, Miller, Keilhi
BOYS' Is'r OPERA GROUP V
Top Row: Wood, Lochner, Kleerup, Dralce, Groves, Taylor, Lechner, Coleman, Wolfe, Pirzner, Morava, Wessel, Tippens.
Third Row: Jarvis, Blurenrhal, Sennoli, l-lelms, Ramey, Buck, Farnham, Arlhur, Morris, Berchem, Nicholson, Kashian, Reclciii.
Second Row: Morgan, Morrison, Anderson, Lirlle, Slevens, Villiesse, Powell, Rasmussen, Byrlcil, Joseph, Burns, Kurz, Arey, Moreen
Bo'Hom Row: Voss, Waller, Bell, Olson, Wonderlic, May, Lenz, Trees, Blech, Binlcley, Robison, Kollilal.
GIRLS' 2nd OPERA GROUTP
Top Row: Parlon, Klaulce, Crowe, Maclzall
Collins, Slone, Bairsrow, Vollers, Cross
Gillespie, Brandenburg, Mueller, Veague
Fourlh Row: Slone, Smilh, Schager, Dorgan
Besr, Graham, Miller, Coleman, Droege:
mueller, Avery, l-laas, Shaw, Seiberling.
Third Row: l-lanson, Pelerson, Sleiliens, Pylier
Seiierl, Sweelman, l-loward, Goodiriend
Schmiil, Conrad, Taiham, Knoloel, Buhse.
Second Row: Lolcensgard, Peclc, Fisher, Guin-
don, Wheeler, England, Williams, Mell-
zer, Olson, Riclcards, Wyman, Yaqer
Boiiom Row: Ouainrance, Slanley, Booz
Coolc, Zimmerman, Williamson, Smiih, Ba'
sile, Chase, Moore, Weinberg, Brown.
BOYS' 2nd OPERA GROUP
Top Row: Barr, MacArrhur, Robinson, Lech-
ner, McNaHin, Richmond, Wallace, Barr
Third Row: Pererson, l-lill, Schoenbrod, War
erman, Jones, King, Allen, Wallers, Algeo
Second Row: Phillips, Morgan, Jones, Norse
Renqel, Dunbeclc, Rinlcer, Clancy, Luslqar
Bohlom Row: l-linman, Brode, Bregslone
Shere, Dresner, Moss, Teich, l-libben, Pen
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BOYS' Isl GLEE CLUB
Top Row: Embree, Jones
Slaebler, CircuiI', Slrub
lurlh, Barnes, McCuIly.
Middle Row: Wilson, Yurman
Anderson, I-Iowell, Avery
man, Eddy, Birdlebough.
burg, Sloss, Armslrong
ler, Berger, Dressler.
BOYS' 2nd GLEE CLUB
lersfrom, Baker, Magee,
Third Row: Gammie, Slone,
While, King, Nash, Guepin,
Surpless, Andrew, O'Brien.
Second Row: Graham, Vee-
der, Fink, Johnson, Czer-
wonky, Mangel, Sanderson,
Gelbespan, I-Iubbard, Boo-
Bollom Row: Paschen, Fazio,
Melelils, Arlhur, Smilh,
Jones, Boden, Loveland,
Top Row: Bernslein, Schneider, Slewarl, Wrighl, Braun, Brinkhaus, Glaeser, Folzer, Taylor, Thorman, Goodall, Williams, Ehrharl, Loos, Irvine, Newlon,
Fourlh Row: Schmid, Sergenl, Devine, Flippo, Baker, Brighlman, Morgan, Zaipc, Davis, Reimonl, Marshall, Racine, I-Iolson, Van Weyk, Sehell, Sinclair.
Third Row: Aronson, Dean, Bess, Cookman, Kulz, I-Iandler, Reinach, Slearns, Kay, Pearson, Marshall, Burchmore, Lindslrom, Barnes, Smilh, Miller.
Second Row: Grung, Price, Van Benscholen, Hoehn, Koch, Slubbs, Keserl, Ferguson, Purcell, Alwood, Leonard, Smilh, Driscoll, Congdon, Ward, Chrislensen,
Bo'I"Iom Row: Bernslein, Weslrich, Kuhnerl, Miller, Rueand, Cramer, Nauioks, James, Murphy, Goodliriend, Blumberg, Levin, Morrison, Slurlevanl, Grung,
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Top Row: Ne-ier, Daniels, I-loward, Ross, LeVine, Feldman, Parker, Baker, Cohrs, Burgoyne, Muhl, Kauperl, I-lager.
Fiffh Row: Fairbairn, Friedner, Kling, Lucas, Mueller, Eisler, Tenhune, Leirner, Milchell, Gordon, Alberding, Cohn, Condon, 'Wood Deulch, Larson.
Fourlh Row: I-leller, I-leckel, I-linkle, Wilson, Lehman, Bryant Binkley, Chinberg, MacMillan, Wieland, Fosdick, Marlin, Brodshaug, Addinglon, Yosl, Reiley, Der
mod , Karslake.
Third Rowcy Bayer, Bergholl, Knobel, Lighlner, I-linkle, Buesch, Pearcy, Crane, Ingersoll, Madden, Goldberg, Kullberg, Nisen, Slerrell, Moninger, Feldman
Cragg, Varney, Gordon.
Second Row: Peck, Jesmer, Garner, Rosenberg, Baxler, Addenbrooks, Sribgen, Ferguson, Pancoasl, Edwards, Blumberg, I-Iassel, Larsen, Cox, Miller, Pelerson
Bollom Row: Vyskocil, Rubel, Barnburg, Menard, Kuhles, Fall, Ellmore, Wonderlic, Kemper, Ryerson, True, Fraser, Robinson, Roewade, Bradlield, Dickey, Crain
Dow, Fielsch, Klalle.
Darwenl, Rapp, Dold, See-
Porler, Wilson, I-Iaan, Dud-
Bollom Row: Woolard, Rich-
Yonkers, Schoenrock, I-Iuy-
Top Row: Lawler, de Tarnow-
sky, Wilson, Elmendorli, Ol-
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Top Row: Bern, Roll, I-leinemann, Cook, Rammon, Dern, Van Wolf, Salisbury, McConnell, O'Brien, Renouf, Andrews, Smilh, Leonard, Blass, Beles, Friel. FourI'I'1
Row: Bradley, Vinnedge, Byler, Klemperer, Lockell, Roberls, Taradash, Ghasler, King, Sloops, Chapman, Mifchell, Williams, Gordon, Clark, Smilh, Blair, Siemon.
Third Row: McLaughlin, Liel, Lang, Smilh, Oakhill, Ferrer, Rosenlhal, Keirh, Eason, Belknap, I-Iurlman, Bullerlield, Johnson, Franrzen, I-lenrich, Schram, Schweil-
zer, Schroeder. Second Row: Wesllake, Kirby, Levilelz, Edmonds, Yager, Greenfield, Barnell, While, Johnson, Bellcher, Moeller, Weslerman, Tenney, Nicholls,
Pullman, McCloud, Kenney, Zimmerman, Bollom Row: Delzalco, Dunning, I-ladaway, Aisner, I-li3z, Campbell, Bauer, Jespersen, Gray, Sedgwick, I-Iunyady, Ja-
cobson, Wilson, Kulbarsh, Kase, Orwig, Roberlson, Gilmour, Glaser, Nelson.
SENIOR MUSIC CLUB
Top Row: Davenporl, Greenebaum, Geiger, Voss, I-lullman, Lochner, James, Lechner, Drake, Lederer, Wood, Larsen, Villiesse, I-layman.
Fourlh Row: Nance, Dulhie, Bradley, Barlell, Byrkil, Joseph, May, Noble, Wrighl,Bundy, Olmsled, Nash, Olmsled, Moreen, Sprowl, Alexander, Milchell.
Third Row: Peck, Carler, Mickey, Sullivan, Wohcl, Cone, Wonderlic, Bergman, Welch, Goodwin, Rieger, Blumberg, I-luslon, Frisby, Caro, I-ligginbolham, New-
Second Row: Olson, LaMoIIe, English, Guindon, Whipple, Orelind, Toms, True, Pilka, Perlman, Speigel, Greene, Reise, Madden, Booz, Chase, Kemper, Babize.
Bolfom Row: Fros'I', Loomis, Love, Krause, Adams, Wilcox, Donaldson, Allegan, Goldberg, Gode, Reeder, Winburn, Moninger, Noble, Keilh, Schullz, I-loehn, Grolil.
GIRLS' Isl GLEE CLUB
Top Row: Reagan, Thornlon, Lloyd, Boyd, Bennell, Rosens, Sullivan, Turner, Wessel, Drick, Schuleman, Wells.
Fourlh Row: Peirce, Showers, Winler, Orelind, Bayless, Gallery, Toms, Lund, Dawes, Culler, Klingeman, Glossberg, Boysen.
Third Row: Wheeler, Milchell, Gaines, Eberharl, Scoll, Mackinnon, Knighl, Frandzn, Morris, Kay, Garlerl, Walson, Kassen.
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Middle Row Fisher Bowland Su+l'1erland Sargenlr Lokensgard OConnell SuHon Sherman Slmonds
Bo'Hom Row Kubla ogar e
Top Row: Newlron, FeHer
Handler, Fall, Orwig.
BoHom Row: Leach, Blum
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Flufes: Bauer, Braun, Irvine, Kaufman, Lyrle, Mason, Slarr, Whirney. B-flal Clarinefsz Adams, Aden, Alexander, Bennerl, Coolcrnan. Dashow, Engel, Garri
son, Gillespie, Kendall, Lloyd, Noble, Salisbury, Spero, Sleenberg, Sreglich, White. Oboe: Lloyd. Bassoon: Beller, Alro Saxophones: Andrews, Wie
bell. Tenor Saxophone: Clark. Barifone Saxophone: Berg. Cornels-Trumpe'I's: Crane, Goodyear, l-ligginborham, l-loulihan, Johnson, Swarrz. French Horn
Lunsford. Trombones: Alexander, Blackwell, Bliss, Dudrnan, Neis, Websrer. Barifone Horn: Anderson. Shing Basses: Greenebaurn, Moreen. Basses: Cur
VeV'gbi-lxlAil 1.'pcpfiuiinhi.i.f1?"',Jfi,f,, Flf""ly:,'!"' llafnb, McAuliffe, Nieman, Salrol, Sherman.
STanding: Anderson, PorTer.
SiTTing: Booz, MogilniTslcy, Winie, English.
Top Row: Zeller, Voss, Kidd, Willy,
BoTTom Row: Nordblom, Lloyd.
The deparTmenT oT musicology provides insTrucTional work
Tor The inTegraTion oT music in Toreign language, social
sTudies, English, and dramaTic classes. The sTudenT acTiviTies
oT The deparTmenT are concenTraTed in The Musicale Club,
The concerT series, and The Recorder Group oT insTrumenTal
players, which presenTs programs Tor a number oT clubs and
schools in The communiTy as well as Tor New Trier English
Under The sponsorship oT Ivlrs. ElizabeTh Kidd, Musicale
I Club provided Tield Trips To programs and concerTs in
For This year's concerT series, sponsored by The club, I73I
sTudenTs signed up To hear Tine programs presenTed by
pianisT ErnsT Lazlo, The Depaur InTanTry Chorus, The Salzburg
IvlarioneTTe TheaTer, and violinisT Ricardo Odnoposo1'T.
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Top Row: Miller, PorTer, lvlcgilniTslcy, Klemperer, Winie, MornenT.
Middle Row: Booz, BelTer, I-lunTley, Clarlce, Goodall, English, Anderson
BoTTom Row: Irvine, Showley, EhrharT, Blumberg, Weiss, I.IeT.
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Une oT The largesT clubs aT New Trier, The DramaTic
Club can boasT oT over 300 members, all oT whom have
served The club in producTion or acTing capaciTies.
Under The sponsorship oT Mr. Miner Coburn, The mem-
bers oT The club have encouraged a more widespread
inTeresT in The sTage.
Tom ArThur, presidenT oT The DramaTic Club, PeTer
l-layman, vice-presidenT and Treasurer, and Jean Reeder,
secreTary, have sTriven successTully Tor a wider sTudenT
inTeresT in dramaTic acTiviTies Through work on commiTTees
and crews, and Through compeTiTive Try-ouTs and parTici-
paTion in experimenTal one-acTs as well as maior plays.
The experT sTaging oT The dramaTic group's own sTage
producTions, Tour maior plays and Tive one-acT plays,
would have been impossible wi+hau+ The aid oT The unseen
buT invaluable behind-The-scenes crew.
Under The supervision oT Mr. RoberT l-larper and sTage-
crew head Doug Buck, The sTagehands spenT many hours-
Top Row: Mr. Coburn, Ar-
Thur, l-laneman, Buck, Cas-
BoT'rom Row: Schager, Slar-
reTT, Rieger, Winburn, Ree-
in consTrucTing, seTTing up, and moving diTl7iculT seTs. Mr.
Frank l-lolland oT The arT deparTmenT supervised The de-
signing and painTing oT some oT The more lavish
DirecTed by Mr. C. l-l. Jones, The lighT crew, headed
by Wickham Minns, creaTed impressive lighTing eTTecTs
Tor The various plays.
Miss Virginia Kral helped Lynn STarreTT and her props
crew To Tind The righT eguipmenT Tor sTage seTTings, while
Mrs. Beverly Cornell assisTed Priscilla STranne and her
group To secure cosTumes and To keep Them in readiness
Tor every perTormance.
DirecTed by Miss WiniTred Gahagan, The co-heads oT
make-up, Kay Kibler and MargoT Eckhouse, were assisTed
by a compeTenT crew which worked aT all plays.
Sound crew, headed by MargoT 'l'orberT and sponsored
by Mrs. ElizabeTh Cavanaugh, helped To creaTe necessary
eTTecTs Trom backsTage.
Top Row: Spiecker, Goldman, l-lume, Wells, Adkins, ElmendorT, STOTT, lngleharjr, Buck, WaTerman, Tippens, Gudeman, Greenebaum, Gunn.
Fi'fTh Row: Wonderlic, Wilson, CasTerline, Phillips, l-lenning, WirTz, Zeller, l-larris, SuTherland, WinsTon, Eddy, Dudman, Neal, l-laneman, SuTTon, Roddick, Krasberg
FourTh Row: James, Kronwall, Krasberg, Feuer, Finger, fxddingTon, Wehr, Schulz,
Reinhold, Van WolT, Sizer.
Third Row: Siebel, Lang, Nehlsen, YaTes, BoylsTon, SeiTerT, Mabie, Robinson,
Mages, Morgan, LoeTller, Bamburg, PenTield.
Eckhouse, Lind, Gaines, l-layes, Nance, Corgan, Schager, Kirk, Rieger, Winbum
N'VaTson, Baker, Coyne, Lange, Forgan, Varney, Nordblom, Goldberg, Melfzer
Second Row: Wagner, English, RueTTinger, Alexander, Miller, Wieland, Magos, EdelsTein, Cook, O'Brien, Schmidl, Af1dVeWS. MCDODOUQTT. Wyss, PeTerson, Dahl-
berg, Wheeler, LesTina, Lloyd, ScoTT, KrauTTer, WinsTon.
BoTTom Row: Taradash, Kuhles, Bradlield, GoodTriend, Murphy, Ford, LeaviTT,
sen, Wonderlic, Schoenrock, Williams.
Ryerson, Reeder, l-layman, Mr. Coburn, ArThur, 'l'orberT, Bradley, Cleave, Jesper.
Top Row: Mr. I-larper, Mr
Lehman, Mr. Coburn, Mr
BoHom Row: Miss Gahagan
Mrs. Cavanaugh, Miss Kral
Mrs. Cornell, Miss Rhodes
Top Row: S+arre++, Ruellin-
ger, Jacobi, Balmer, Spero.
Third Row: Dahlberg, Mages
Torloerl, Decker, Guincxon
Second Row: Schullz, Preslon
Lind, Fisher, Slranne.
Bo++om Row: Siebel, Miner
Wonderlic, Kemper, Booz.
Fourlh Row G-eruldson Laun Mable Walson Miller Wheeler Dorgan, l-loerdi.
Third Row Schoenroclc Johnson Phelps Baughn Finger Addinglon, Kennedy,
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Top Row: Diller, Anderson
Rieger, l-laas, Collins, Wyss
Third Row: Fosler, Alwaler
Reeder, Sclwaqer, Sullon,
Second Row: Slegliclw, Kay
Slnearer, Guindon, Andrews
BoHom Row: Unger, Teegar-
den, l-lorberg, Prangley
Befween sernesfers, Lagniappe's all-sfudenf pro-
ducfion of "Eppa Ingal" broughf fo a climax eighf
rnonfhs of planning and hard work by direcfors I-Iir-
am I-Iinkley and Wayne King and fhe Lagniappe
board, under fhe sponsorship of Mr. Jerry Kelley.
The acfion fook place on Eppa Ingal, a myfhical
Pacific isle where a company of U.S. soldiers was
sfafioned. The owner of fhe island, his daughfer, a
secref invesfigafor, and a froupe of USG. girls
broughf cornplicafions fo fhe sfory.
Affer four performances before packed houses,
Lagniappe closed ifs l954 edifion, wifh fop honors
going fo Kay Long and Doering Murray. who re-
ceived fhe honorary "Beef-Eafersu award for co-
operafion and efforf, fo Ed Greenebaum as con-
ducfor of fhe orchesfra, and fo Judy Gilberf as an
oufsfanding sfage personalify.
DRILL TEAM: JOHNS, McCOLLISTER, GLADSON, MARTIN, STORCH, MORRISON
FOOTBALL FOUR: HUST, STEARNS, BIRNBAUM, PALETTI
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"PAUL REVERE": BUDWIG, HAYMAN, CONOVER
OODLES OF NOODLES": HEDGES I "A BIT OF BANJO": WESSEL
"SWING": GILBERT AND CHORUS
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To Ilie slrains ol "A Wandering Ivlinslrel, I" and
"N'Villow, Til Willow," Gilberl and Sullivan made
Ilieir annual lvlarclsi visil Io New Trier, bringing wilrlw
Iliem Ilwis lime "Tl'ie Mikado."
Try-ouls liad been lield in January, willi lead
roles finally assigned Io Iwenly-Iour in double and
Iriple oasling. Tlie parl ol Nanlqi-Poo was given Io
Fred Waldmann and Ronnie lvlay, and Yum-Yum
was played by Saundra Wilcox, Joan lvladden, and
Fern Frisbie. The role ol Ko-Ko was assigned Io
Refer I-layman and Randy Winslon, wliile lvlarlin
Tippens and Tom Jarvis played Pooli-Bali. Qllier
imporlanl parls were played by Slyvia Frosl, Janel
Winburn, and Jean Reeder as Kalisliaq lvlargol
Keillw, Barbara Jolwnson, and Carol Blumberg as
Rilli-Sing, Virginia Adams, Connie Sclwulz, and Mary
Scliager as Reep-Bo, J. D. I-Ielms and Richard Byr-
kil as Rislw-Tuslwq and I-Ial Loclwner as Go-To.
Willw eiglily o'rl'1ers in Ilie boys' and girls' olior-
uses, sixly in Ilfie orclieslra, and over Tilly members
ol Ilsie malce-up, slage, props, coslume, and liglil
crews, Ilwe number of aclive parlicipanls in Jrlwe
opera amounled Io nearly Ien percenl of Ilwe en-
Iire sludenl body.
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This year The DramaTic Club presenTed an inTeresTing and enioy-
able series oT plays in The Torm oT Tour Tull-lengTh producTions and
Two nighTs oT one-acT plays.
The TirsT semesTer began wiTh a lighT and delighTTul comedy, "The
Gossipy Sex," direcTed by Mr. Coburn, which concerned an inTrigu-
ing man who could noT conTrol his urge To gossip. The resulTing mis-
undersTandings among The guesTs aT a garden parTy lcepT The audi-
ences guessing unTil The lasT curTain. lmporTanT parTs were Talcen
by Randy WinsTon, MarTin Tippens, JaneT Winburn, and BeTsy Nance.
"Kind Lady," The clulo's winTer play. direcTed by lvlr. Lehman, had
iTs seTTing in The dismal home oT elderly, lonely Miss l'lerries who
soon Tound herselT under The compleTe conTrol OT an unscrupulous
buT engaging scoundrel, l-lenry AbboTT. Some sinisTer and awesome
evenTs occured To lceep audiences amused and mysTiTied beTore The
plans OT Mr. AbboTT were exposed. Leading roles in "Kind Lady"
were played by Joan Krasberg, lvlary Schager, and Tom ArThur, wiTh
an excellenT supporTing casT.
NSTON, HUME, REEDER
'GOSSIPY sEx"1 INGLEHART, REINHOLD, WINSTON "KIND LADY": HUME. REEDER. KRASBERG, ARTHUR
GARDEN PARTY": CAVALLON, SCHULZ, CLEARY,
"GOSSIPY SEX": TIPPENS AND
"SLAVE WITH TWO FACES": HAR-
RIS, KRONWALL, NEHLSEN, WIRTZ,
"OVERTONES": ECKHOUSE, SHAW, VAN WOLF
The TirsT series oT one-acT plays were experimenTal in naTure and unusually
inTeresTing. "The Slave wiTh Two Faces," direcTed by Mr. Coburn, was a
dramaTized allegory oT how LiTe, personified by Sam Harris, aTTecTed Two
women as porTrayed by Linda BradTield and Melinda Murphy. "OverTones"
employed Two acTresses Tor each characTer,ishowing The audience whaT each
characTer appeared To be as well as whaT each really was like. Mr.
Pink direcTed This comedy which sTarred Gloria BoylsTon, Valerie Van WolT,
AniTa Shaw, and MargoT Eckhouse. "The Garden ParTy," an experimenT in
chamber TheaTer, employed a narraTor, MarTin Tippens, The ploT being en-
acTed on an unseT sTage and in The audience. CharacTerizaTions in This mov-
ing play were porTrayed by Judy Rieger, Mike Cavallon, Sharon Welch,
Sandy Johnson, and Mike Cleary. DirecTion was by Miss Gahagan. '
BeauTiTully and movinqly done, "Remember The Day," was presenTed early
in The second semesTer by Treshmen and sophomores under The direcTion oT
Miss Kral. The Tlashback Technique was employed in Telling The sTory oT
Teacher Nora Trinnell and one oT her sTudenTs, Dewey RoberTs. Fredi An-
drews, Bruce Wilson, Tom Embree, and a sTrong supporTin casT did sensiTive
"REMEMBER THE DAY": ANDREWS
"WHERE THE CROSS IS MADE": JOHNSON, HAYES, ZELLER, MORGAN, EDDY, MCCULLY.
"REMEMBER THE DAY": WILSON, ZIMMERMAN, SPIECKER, JAMES
In The second series oT one-acTs, sTudenT JaneT SchulTe
direcTed capably "A Sunny Morning," The sTory oT Two
elderly people who meT aTTer a long absence and dis-
cussed each oTher's IiTe. These were played by Marilyn
Taylor and Richard Goldman. O'Neill's "Where The
Cross Is Made," direcTed by Mr. Lehman, was The Tasci-
naTing sTory oT an insane wriTer, his insane seaman
TaTher, his daughTer, and The ghosTs oT Tormer sailors.
Principal roles in This suspenseTuI mysTery were played
by George Eddy, Jack I-Iayes, and Sandy Johnson.
ACT II oT "The Torch Bearers" was presenTed as The
Tinal one-acT and was direcTed by Miss Kral. This hilar-
ious baclcsTage comedy included a large casT wiTh Ber-
nie Rinella and Randy WinsTon playing The chieT
"Dear BruTus" was The senior dramaTic presenTaTion
and was direcTed by Miss Gahagan. PerTormed wiTh
aImosT proTessional skill beTore Two recepTive audiences,
"Dear BruTus" was The TanciTuI sTory oT an eITin crea-
Ture named I.ob who seemed To change The lives oT all
The people around him by showing Them whaT mighT
have been iT evenTs in Their pasTs had been diTTerenT.
Lob was played by Homer Greer and Don Shapiro: an
happy arTisT, Tom ArThur and MarTin Tippensg The
arTisT's wiTe, MargoT Eclchouse and Judy Riegerg oThers
in an excepTionaIIy well-balanced casT were Sandy Wes-
sel, Bill Lane, Milce Cavallon, Milce RapaporT, Sam
I-Iarris, Mary Unger, I-Ielen Schulz, Beverly Reinhold,
Carol Kirk, Lynn STarreT, and Joan Krasberg.
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LAND, LIND, LANGE, HEDGES,
HORBERG, RINELLA, WEISMAN,
BRADFIELD, WINSTON, STETSON
SERVICE CLUB SERVICE: JACKIE MILLER, JANE GOODWIN, KARIN CASTLE, DAN SCHUYLER
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Top Row: Driggs, l-loban, McNeill, LindsTrom, Szonn, MarTin, STorch, Carr.
FourTh Row: Budwig, Payne, l-lepburn, STruve, Rinella, Pifzner, Pyle, Sproule, ChrisTiansen, Morrison.
Third Row: Conover, Lorch, BenTley, l-lamilTon, Lechner, STeTson, Segil, Simonds, Johns, Clancy, l-lusT.
Second Row: Wallum, Jarvis, l-lirsch, Greeley, Cavallon, Magnussen, Cummings, Shapiro, STudy, LieTzow.
BoTTom Row: Mr. FranTzen lsponsori, Selinger, MoTTern, Dern, Sex, SmiTh, Edmonds, MuTher, Shanhan, Bleloch.
Among New Trier's many exTra-curricular acTiviTies,
clubs enable sTudenTs To geT TogeTher, have Tun, and
exchange ideas concerning muTual inTeresTs, hobbies
or service avocaTions, Through Their varied programs,
These organizaTions also have The purpose oT TurThering
good ciTizenship, sporTsmanship, Tellowship, and encour-
aging The sTudenTs' individual TalenTs. '
ln February The Council oT Clubs, composed oT all
club presidenTs, sponsored a "club week" program de-
signed To promoTe inTeresT in club acTiviTies and en-
MosT oT The clubs presenTed inTeresTing programs and
had special evenTs in which members and guesTs parTici-
paTed. Geography Club, wiTh iTs numerous meeTings aT
which various speakers, movies, and lecTures were pre-
senTed, is a good example. The French Club also was
acTive in various ways: iT gave a ChrisTmas program
which included a play in French, heard a Frenchman
speak abouT his counTry, and Took a Tield Trip which in-
cluded lunch aT a French resTauranT in Chicago and a
viewing oT The French painTings in The ArT lnsTiTuTe.
A group enTerprise on The parT oT The language or-
ganizaTions was in The Torrn oT a bangueT held on April
6. All members oT The Spanish, French, LaTin, and Ger-
man clubs were inviTed To aTTend The dinner, which was
Tollowed by skiTs presenTed by members oT each club.
Lens Club held sTudio nighTs several Times during The
year in which phoTographs were Taken oT various models,
and conTesTs were held To iudge The besT enTries. The
ouTsTanding evenT OT The year as Tar as Ski Club was
concerned was The Three-day Trip Taken To MT. Tel-
marck over Lincoln's BirThday.
The Model Railroads Club visiTed Mr. RavenscroTT's
l'l.O.-guage layouT and received Trom Their hosT a liTe
membership in The NaTional Model Railroad AssociaTion.
Climaxing a year oT inTeresTing "ham" broadcasTs, The
Radio Club held a bangueT Tor members and guesTs on
April 27. These were only a Tew oT The many varied and
valuable experiences oTTered by some oT The clubs dur-
ing The pasT year.
Top Row: l-TolsTead, Phipps. Flint, Loebe, Flmendorli, PaTTullo, Bolger, Benjamin, Magee, Bradley, Feldman, KlineTob, Avery.
Third Row: l-laan, Greer, Adkins, Waller, Richheimer, Brynoli, CliTTon, Drick, Taylor, LindsTrom, Olson, ArmsTrong, Ward, Yonkers, Berger
Second Row: Brighirman, Glaeser, Greene, Morris, Nichols, Ward, BelmonT, Ernrich, Racine, l-leinemann, Cragg, Taylor, Glos, Kennedy Miller Ryerson
BoTTom Row: Olson, Lloyd, STone, Van BenschoTen, STearns, PancoasT, Cooper, SmiTh, Mr. Larsen, Bern, GaTTerT, Teegarden, Thorsen, MaremonT
ART LEAGUE '
Top Row: Cavallon, Elmendorf,
Leavilf, Albrechl, Frishman,
BoHom Row: Mr. Slenvall, Weiss,
Behrslock, Newlon, Showley, Or-
wig, Brolman, Murphy,
Top Row: Eiber, Wyss, Lauer
Boyd, l-layes, Blackburn, Love
Middle Row: Edmonds, Ferguson
Mrs. Gallie, Williams, Gordon,
BoHom Row: Clinlon, Drick, Slone
Appelbaum, Larson, Decker
Sfanclingx Knorr, Sills, Ramsey Mr Calvo Mr Kahler Miss LaPor're Mr Morey Mr l-llorlhammer Reagan Cook Dor
band, Van Ooslerhoul
SiHing: Sieberling, Wheeler English Slurlevanl Loel'Fler l-llgginbolham Morgan Powell
Slandlng Mr H Swain Deming Levine Drake
SiH'ing Thalmann Slewar Samuels Woll Bender Kuloarsl' Loeialer Morgan
Top Row Anderson Baieman Kauperl Lange Slrerllng Crowe Carler Maclarland, Ruclc, Kling, Paul, Coyne.
Middle Row Evenslad Barden Ford Goodlriend Babrze Lladaway Long Crowder, Berns'lein,Shapiro.
Top Row: l-lunlley, Mrs. Morris, Deulch.
Third Row: Williams, McCully, Sproul,
Argenlo, Kenney, Bullard, Winie.
Second Row: Peirce, Piclcards, Caro,
Deulch, Lippman, Alwarer, l-lunfley.
Bolrlom Row: Loundy, l-lanson, Vyse,
l-lorberg, Gaines, Talcoll, Meiles, Finlc.
Top Row: Vanderwiclcen, Spaulding,
Middle Row: Marshall, l-lozelhursl, Burn-
BoHom Row: Miss Lennards, Long, MC-
Causland, Gray, l-lawlcinson, l-less.
Top Row: Wilson, Elmendorf, Wolfe, Da-
show, Kay, Moreen.
Third Row: Brewer, Slearns, Flinl, Zeller
Second Row: Mr. Jensen, Jolgren, Free
man, Olrnsledl Schwanles, Olrnslred.
BoHom Row: Golfer, Krause, Kassen
Meyer, Miclcey, Albrecht
Lasi' Row: While, Friend
Fourfh Row: Miss Flem
inglon, Lenz, Moore.
Third Row: Miss Walfz,
Second Row: Miss Kur
oda, Folzer, Feifenberg
Froni . Row: Mc6rew
Walsh, Ellbogen, Leh
Speaker: Mr. Kuroda.
Back Row: Richmond
Joslin, Joner, Good
year, Willey, Sander-
son, I-Ierz, Mr. Land
Froni' Row: While, Nic
olazzi, Willard, James,
Top Row: Eckhouse, Badger,
Robinson, I-Iechl, Slryker
Dickey, Lewis, Simon, Kenl
Third Row: Shuman, Flinl
Cohn, Andrew, Palailh, Mar:
lin, Parker, Moore, Sellers.
Second Row: I-Iazelhursf, Gra-
ham, I-Iemersbach, Nicholls
Sergeant I-Iazelhursi, Paulus
Bofaom Row: Mr. Smiih,
Loveland, Berger, Noble,
Thomas, Shoop, Roberison,
STAMP AND COIN
Top Row: Jackson, Finkel, Ben-
nelr, Smiih, Young, Guepin
Third Row: Grild, Loveland
Vxfoolard, Woolard, Dahlin.
Second Row: Mr. Piier
I-Iarpe, Coiirell, Ebberi
Boifom Row: Wieboldi, Izlern
ing, Parsons, Shoenrock
I I INTRO-SPECTORS X PUBLIC ADDRESS CORPS
Top Row: Albrechl, Dickey, Jacobi, Mickey, Nicholls. Top Row: Thomas, Mr. Smilh, Shurman.
Middle Row: Gaines, DeWi+l', Miller, Keilh, Love. Bo'Hom Row: Nicholls, Dickey.
Bc++om Row: Mr. Kelly, Passman, Rillenberg, Paul, Applebaum.
Top Row: Dorfman, Walsh,
Drake, Miller, Marlin, Mur-
Middle Row: Mr. McLennan,
Wilson, Baer, Benjamin, Ny-
BoHom Row: Miss Sleighl,
Slone, l-lildebrandi, Rubens,
Taradash, Goldman, Schmill
Mr. l-loyl, Davenporl, Garner
Top Row Dunbeck Cross Keerup Drggs Gullensolwn Loebe Magee, Walerman.
Mldclle Row Wallace Flemrnq Baer Kay Mrssner Kaufman Wlwllney.
BoH'om Row Recklrl l-lem rsbaclr Allen Slreglrcln Kayser Yonkers Porler, Murry.
Top Row Mr Barley Wrlson l-leclwl Kaufman Doreman Smlllw Grube.
BoH'om Row Kung Wrrglxl Ka 'rel Gulrensolwn Sloss Blnss Lammers,Scl'1wanles
Top Row: Kolllal, l-lill, Lanyi,
Palmer, Milks, De Campi,
BoHom Row: Takill, Feldman
Myers, Daslwow, Ariellf, Saunl
Sfanding: Porler, D r a ke
Pnlaum, Rosso, Mr. Jolnns-
Jron, Kaufman, Bennell, Wal
lace, Brooker, Joseph, Gold
SiHing: Wirlz, Ball, Peacock
SQUARE DANCE CLUB
Top Row: Allen, Wirlz, Weller, Young,
Second Row: Smilh, l-lamillon, Saliloury,
Feldmon, Baker. I
Boflorn Row: Miss Byrne, Romack,
Johnson, Brown, Brush.
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Top Row: Besi, Mueller, Bullard, Mcllwain, McLick, Dahlberg, Marz, Cross, Foskell, Dickens, Clarke.
Third Row: Schoenrock, Johnslon, Anderson, Casile, Cliflon, Powell, Glaser, Finger, Dohse, Lederer.
Second Row: Breen, Miller, Langenbach, Maxwell, I-loehn, Erickson, Teegarden, Moore, Alderman, Srnilh, Feder.
BoH'om Row: Kaufman, Naidowski, Currier, Vickers, Mrs. l-lendrick, Mrs. Schoenenberger, Kalz, Feuer, LaMo++e, Pelers.
GIRLS' CAREER CLUB
Top Row: Veague, Dorgan, Boodell, l-layes, Reckill, Slone, Drick, Wollison, Cross, Schuleman, Powell, Wyss, McLick, Feldman, Paylav, Kenney,
Fourlh Row: Smirh, Cohn, Dickens, Dahlberg, Clarke, Sprowl, Arnslein, Ogilyie, Seiberling, Daliere, Slone, Brown, Alderman, Cleave, Addingion, Allison.
Third Row: Greene, Afwaler, Wheeler, Rosene, Boyd, Clii+on, Mcllwain, Goodlriend, Feuer, Foskefi, Edgar, Brodsky, Walerslradl, Skarda, Neilsen, Larson
Second Row: Vickers, Feder, Gaines, Maxwell, Miller, Kaufman, Caslle, Currier, l-larris, Naiowski, Rislow, Gumhiner, l-lorberg, Lederer, Johnson, l-loehn.
Bo++om Row: ilieeoarden, Mccfeady, Lieberman, Droba, Buller, Jacobson, l-lolling'oery, Williams, Schmick, Friesledl, Dohse, Gilmour, Smiih, Shoresman, Free
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Mofron .... 7
Oak Park .... 26
Proviso ,..... 29
Evans+on ..,. 20
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ON THE OFFENSIVE
Backfieldz Simonds, Lorclw, Jarvis, Hush
Line: Berwley, Sproule, Paleldi, Sfefson, Hamiffon, Balmes, McNeill.
MORTON AT NEW TRIER
NEW TRIER AT NILES
This year's varsiTy TooTball squad added anoTher good season
To New Trier's pasT record oT Tine perTormances. ExperTly
coached by Mr. Aschenbach, lvlr. CaTon, Mr. Gadske, and lvlr.
WeingarTner, and led by capTain Jim l-lusT, The Triermen baTTled
Their way To Tive wins, Two losses, and one Tie Tor The season
record, while in league play They racked up Tour wins, Two losses,
and one Tie Tor a second place raTing in Suburban League.
The '53 grid season opened againsT Schurz, one oT The ciTy's
Top Teams This year. New Trier pulled ouT on Top oT a close score
by The virTue oT Szonn's P.A.T. On The Tollowing week end,
Aschenbach's men ran over a comparaTively weak Niles eleven,
buT on The nexT SaTurday meT a rugged and unusually sTrong
Team Trom lvlorTon. The lvlorToniTes eTTecTively ThroTTled Trier's
passing aTTack while counTing Three markers on Their own passes
To provide The margin oT vicTory. Playing beTore a capaciTy
homecoming crowd, The Trevians proved Themselves once again
by overcoming a good Oak Park Team. Touchdowns by Shana-
han and l'lusT in The TirsT halT and Two by "Brahma" Lorch, one
on a 63-yard sprinT, in The second halT made The Oak Park l-lus-
kies TasTe Their second deTeaT. A second halT scoring spurT puT
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CAPTAIN JIM HUST AND COACH ASCHENBACH
New Trier ahead oT Proviso, The league champions, buT a lasT
minuTe Touchdown resulTed in a hearTbreaking deTeaT Tor The ln-
dians by one poinT. They had To come Trom behind in The sec-
ond halT oT Highland Park game, To Take The LiTTle GianTs aT
Their homecoming. Waukegan was The nexT vicTim aTTer They
gave The Triermen a scare by sTaging a second halT rally, which
New Trier overcame. The one Tie OT The season came aT The
hands oT EvansTon. WiTh The I954 season gone buT noT TorgoT-
Ten, New Trier looks Torward To a Team nexT Tall ThaT will be one
oT The ToughesT in The Suburban League.
VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM
Top Row: YaTTe, Mgr: Sproule, PaleTTi, STruve, Pyle, ChrisTiansen, STeTson, l-lamilTon, Flynn.
FourTh Row: Gauger, Mgr., GriTscke, Wallace, Layden, McNeill, Cavallon, Szonn, Lorch, BenTley.
Third Row: l-loban, SpoTTke, Morris, l-lasselrnan, Brady, Hepburn, Carr, l-lagland, Birnbaum, l-lead Mgr.
Second Row: Allen, Shanahan, Nelson, Simonds, Wollum, STruggles, MarTin, Kay, Norse, Mgr.
BoTTom Row: Mr, l-lurley, Mr. Larsen, STudy, Oelerich, Balmes, l-lusT, Sex, Jarvis, Borre, Mr. Aschenbach, Mr. WeingarTner.
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Top Row: Clancy, Mgr, Morava, Meyers, Pollak, Coghill, Ehrbar, Lane, Knorr, France, Marsh, Gross, l-loTTman.
FourTh Row: Friend, Mgrq ProTman, FeTZer, McCullough, Kenley, TaboT, Van Anroy, TriTTipo, King, Cram, WrighT, WhiTehursT.
Third Row: WhiTe, McColIisTer, Taylor, Olerich, PieTrovicz, Welch, Ely, Jones, ChrisTopher, Salisbury, Levin, Granger.
Second Row: Gleason, Allen, Frank, I-luyler, Bolger, STorch, Glaclson, CapT1 Wineberg, FeiT, Maxwell, Webb, FelTon.
BoTTom Row: Randolph, Bowman, Carr, Jensen, Calkins, I-lall, Carmody, Binkley, Coaches FranTzen, Fearheiley, Kahler.
J. V. SCORES
Maine .....,. 20 O
Schurz ...... I2 O
MorTon ...... 45 6
Oak Park ..,. I4 6
Proviso ...,.. 6 O
Maine ....,.. 26 6
Vfaukegan . . . 2 O
EvansTon ..., 26 O
Maine ...,.. 37 7
MorTon ...... I9 O
Oak Park ,... 26 7
Proviso ...... O O
-Highland Park. 7
Waukegan ...47 7
EvansTon .,.. 7 6
Coached by Mr. FranTzen, Mr. Fearheiley,
and Mr. E. Kahler, The J.V.'s ouTplayed all
opposiTion This year by racking up a ToTaI OT
ISI poinTs againsT Their opponenTs' I8, resulT-
ing in a season record oT 8 wins and no losses.
Thus The J.V.'s have conTinued Their winning
sTreak To I7 consecuTive games. In a Tough
and deciding game OT This year's campaign,
a recovered Tumble deep in Proviso's TerriTory
led To The only score oT The game and a win
Tor New Trier.
Sharp and rugged Iineplay was The chieT
TacTor in The success oT The J.V.'s during The
season. NOT only did iT show The way Tor The
backTield buT iT also helped immeasurably To
scaTTer The opponenTs' only Three Touchdowns
among MorTon, Oak Park, and Maine. Lines-
men were France, WhiTe, Marsh, Ely, Car-
mody, Binkley, Webb, McCullough, and
In The backTieId Coghill did a Tine job oT
quarTerbacking wiTh Gross, STorch, Jensen,
Frank, and Gladson doing,The running and
ChrisTopher The passing.
WiTh greaT Team spiriT and co-ordinaTion,
The Frosh gridders, coached by Mr. McFad-
zean, wenT Through The season wiThouT a loss,
chalking up Their second sTraighT Suburban
League championship. Co-capTains P'aT Lay-
den and Jim WhiTe wiTh such Top perTormers
as Tom SingleTon, I-Ioward Will, Mike Pyle,
and Chick Anderson showed The Team The way
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FROSH FOOTBALL TEAM
Top Row: ATkins, Sommer, Baker, WiTz, FeITon, I-lolrnes, WhiTe, SingleTon, Pyle, ScoTT, STreeTer, Shamberg, Sullivan,
FourTh Row: Anderson, Wilson, Richburg, Joseph, I-liken, Yeakley, Gray, Naidowski, Alexander, Jump, Reasner, Engel.
Third Row: Baby, SmiTh, Bender, Simonds, Goodyear, O'Connell, Layden, Dorgan, Lamb, DeRocco, Will, D'Ancona.
Second Row: Mehlman, Buck, Blom, Saikin, Randolph, I-Iendrey, PeTersen, DubrovilleT, I-lildner, Kemper, Bosher, PeasTer.
BoTTom Row: O'Brien, Boodell, Paschen, Reed, CarTwrighT, Oien, I-Iubbard, DeTarnowsky, Kearney, Mills, O'KieTTe.
I-lead coach Chuck Lauer and assisTanTs Ken
WeIlingTon and Bob Malinsky Turned ouT a sTrong
well-balanced sophomore TooTbaII Team This year.
The sophs played an unbeaTabIe brand oT TooTbaIl
ThroughouT The season, buT unexpecTedly ran inTo
an aIerT EvansTon eleven on The Tinal SaTurday ThaT
won The game by one Touchdown, Thus dropping
The New Trier soph Team To second place in The
Suburban League Tor I953.
ATTer crushing Schurz and Niles, The Ponies
swamped MorTon. AT The end oT The TirsT haIT, New
Trier was ahead by virTue oT Touchdowns by Irvine,
The Team's leading scorer, Jaeger, and PenTieId.
Scores by GriTTin and PenTieId in The second haIT
puT The game on ice while PeTe STeeI converTed on
Tour ouT oT Tive Tries.
A Tally by GriTTin and Two by Gilmer gave New
Trier The vicTory over a Tough Oak Park Team, and
Schurz ..,... 37 6
Niles .....,. 33 7
MorTon ...... 34 I2
Oak Park .... 20 6
Proviso ...,.. 28 0
Highland Park 34 I3
Waukegan ...27 7
EvansTon .... 6 I2
The Tollowing SaTurday saw The Ponies shuT ouT
Proviso on scores by Jaeger, Irvine, Gilmer, and
EIlioTT wiTh Tour conversions by STeel.
The sophomores Then whipped Highland Park as
Irvine and Jaeger sTarred, boTh scoring Two Touch-
downs each. QuarTerback Poggensee Tossed a pass
To Robison Tor The TiTTh score. Waukegan also rneT
deTeaT on Two scores by GriTTin and a score by
guard JeTI Kahn, who picked up a Tumble and wenT
over Tor The Tally.
In The championship game wiTh EvansTon a re-
covered Tumble by I'Iicks in The second haIT led To
New Trier's only score on a plunge by Jaeger.
EvansTon was a IiTTIe Too much as New Trier IosT
I2 To 6.
Lineman were Magnussen, Glass, AppIegaTe,
STeTson, Shibe, I-licks, Kahn, Koza, STudy, Morgan,
Fox, and Conaghan.
NEW TRIER SOPHS AT EVANSTON
SOPH FOOTBALL TEAM
Top Row: Gross, KnoTT, I-IoTTrnan, Gilboy, I-loel, Ricci, Rapp, Murphy, Erskine, JohnsTon, Dunphy, Burns.
FITTI1 Row: STeenberg, Oehler, PencIleTon, STeele, Jones, Nicholson, STeiner, McInTyre, Breed, SmiTh, McPherson.
Fourfh Row: Brodie, Thompson, Van Esso, ApplegaTe, Rosenberg, Bleck, WI1iTeside, KirkpaTrick, MaTThias, SchrnidT, Kearns, Brainard SrniTh
Third Row: I-IarT, Greeley, Cooper, ElIioTT, Kenline, EnglebrechT, Mayo, LiTTle, Paulson, BolTon, Dunne, NorTh, Mr. Malinsky Icoachl.
Second Row: Mr. Lauer Icoachl, WalTer, Glass, STudy, PenTield, STremmel, Scheib, I-licks, Dolcl, Conaghan, Jacob, Morgan, Brewer.
BoTTom Row: Kahn, Gillmer, GriTTin, Koza, Jaeger, Fox IcapTainI, Robison, Magnuson, Irvine, STeTson, Poggensee, Shepard Imanager
VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM
STanding: Sex, STruve, McNeill lcapTainl, Groves, LieTzow, Lorch.
Kneeling: Magnuson, Clancy, Gillis, Layden, Johnson, LindsTrom.
NILES AT New TRIER, LAYDEN snoonne MCNEILL HITS FOR TWO
A well-balanced varsiTy Team wenT Through The
I953-54 league baskeTball season wiTh a record OT
six wins and eighT losses giving New Trier TourTh
place in The Suburban League. ln overall season
play They won eleven and losT eleven while aT The
regionals They won againsT Zion buT losT in an over-
Time period To EvansTon. The boys showed greaT
abiliTy and sporTsmanship all during The year on and
OTT The courT. A greaT deal OT The crediT Tor mould-
ing This year's sguad goes To Coach Chuck Lauer
and his assisTanT Lyle Henderson, who did much To
help The boys increase Their baskeTball abiliTy.
Accompanying The good Teamwork were some
Top noTch individual perTormances. CapTain Don
McNeill, while neTTing a ToTal oT I86 poinTs Tor
Third place in league scoring, won The annual Trophy
Tor leadership and all-around characTer. Don also
won The rebounding Trophy.
Playing aT The guard posiTions were Chuck Lind-
sTrom, a good Tloor leader and deTensive man who
won The Tree-Throw Trophy, Bob LieTzow, winner oT
The assisTs Trophy, who conTribuTed speed, good
shooTing, and Tine deTensive work To The Team
eTTorTg Mike Layden, Tireman oT The squad and also
nexT year's capTain, who was a good cluTch man-
power, increasing The Team's deTense and Teamwork:
and lvlarTy JohnsTon, who added speed To The
Forwards were Tom Lorch, a good scorer Taking
up The clock in many games: KenT Clancy, who was
good on Teamwork and rebounding: l-lomer Groves,
who added speed and good rebounding: Alan Sex,
a hard worker ThroughouT The season, and Bill
STruve, one oT The mosT improved players aT The
end oT The year. John Magnuson, The TirsT sopho-
more To play on The varsiTy Team since I923, added
Tremendous punch in rebounding and scoring.
La Grange ....., 55 64
Riverside . .... 72 47
Proviso . ..,. 73 5I
Waukegan .... 46 48
EvansTon . .... 37 39
MorTon ...,..... 52 66
'Carlinville ,... ., 78 I5
'Braidwood ...... 68 5I
xBloom .... .,.. 5 5 59
TDanville ,. ..., 76 43
Niles ...,...... 44 56
Oak Park .....,. 70 66
Highland Park , . . 66 48
Proviso ..4...... 48 50
Waukegan .4,,.. 70 58
EvansTon .. .,., 5I 60
MorTon . .... 43 60
Niles .....,..... 55 59
Oak Park .,..... 79 60
Highland Park 58 41
TZion ............ 56 49
TEvansTon ,,....,. 32 35
OAK PARK AT NEW TRIER, LIETZOW DRIBBLING
Sophomore hoopsTers, playing above-average baskeTball
all season, made a record oT eighT wins and six losses To
Tinish Third in Suburban League compeTiTion. Their over-all
record Tor The reason was Ten wins and seven losses. Wi+h
Bob Malinsky in his Third year as coach, The boys displayed
well-coordinaTed Teamwork wiTh a good scoring punch,
handicapped chieTly in Their rebounding eTTorTs.
There -were some Tine individual perTormances along wiTh
The excellenT Team eTTorT. Greg AlsdorT, playing regularly
aT guard, and Dick DarwenT aT cenTer were in Top Torm
SOPH SCORES A
ThroughouT The season, boTh conTribuTing considerably wiTh
Their scoring, deTense, and good Team spiriT.
The high poinT oT The sophomore season was The greaT
upseT over a Tough Proviso Tive, League champions. This
was Proviso's only deTeaT oT The season and iT was a hearT-
breaker aT 50-49. The Ponies also scored Two saTisTying vic-
Tories over EvansTon.
LeTTers were awarded To Buzz Alexander, Greg AlsdorT,
Dick DarwenT, Mike EllioTT, Mike Gilboy, and Dave Mayo.
La Grange ,...... 45 43
Riverside .. .... 30 28
Proviso . . ..,. 37 59
Waukegan . .,,. 39 35
EvansTon . .... 38 35
MorTon .... .... 4 3 4l
BarringTon . .... 38 42
Niles .......,.... 40 32
Oak Park ........ 38 47
Highland Park ,,.. 34 52
Proviso .......... 50 49
Waukegan . ,.,. 39 5l
EvansTon . ..,. 50 39
MorTon ........,, 46 40
Niles .........,.. 47 22
Oak Park ,,....,. 42 46
Highland Park .... 28 49
SOPH BASKETBALL TEAM
Top Row: Malinsky, EllioTT, Alexander, DarwenT, Rapp, Kahn, McPherson, Mayo,
Middle Row: HarT, Gilboy, Glass, WalTer, Gillmer, Hammaker.
7' BoTTom Row: Wiley, AlsdorT, Poggensee, ETienne, LyTIe lmgr.l.
JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL
J. V. SCORES
BarringTon . .... 40
Proviso .. .... 4I
Waukegan . .... 3I
Proviso .. .... 34
Waukegan . .... 59
EvansTon ... . . . . 45
J.V. BASKETBALL TEAM
STanding: Bussiager, Chrisliansen, PeTers, Cvessel, GriTschke, Payne.
Kneeling: Cook, ChrisTopher, Weideman, Magnusson, Good.
Coached by Lyle I-Ienderson, The J.V.'s broke even in
Their games during The season wiTh Tour wins and Tour losses
in Suburban League compeTiTion.
Boys who played during mosT oT The season were John
Bussiager, Kim Cook, co-capTains STeve Weideman and Pal-
mer WhiTe, Tom ChrisTopher, Jim Good, John PeTers, and
John Oessel and CurT ChrisTiansen, boTh oT whom worked
wiTh The varsiTy during The lasT Tew games. ChrisTiansen
was The J.V.'s leading scorer wiTh I34 poinTs.
l'IighlighTs oT The season were Two Triumphs over Oak
Park, while The oTher vicTories came in games wiTh EvansTon
and Waukegan. One oT The mosT exc:iTing games Tor The
iunior Team was The TilT wiTh Proviso which ended in deTeaT
Tor New Trier by a single poinT.
New Trier Treshman hoopsTers TerminaTed Their season
wiTh a record oT 4 wins and 9 losses. AlThough Their league
record was 3 and 9, iT is no indicaTion oT The progress oT The
Team. The squad showed a greaT deal oT cooperaTion, com-
peTiTive spiriT, and eagerness To work ThroughouT The sea-
son. Coach I-Ioward Marz poinTed ouT ThaT The Team's chieT
diTTiculTy was a somewhaT weak deTense.
A hard-ToughT 4I-40 win over Proviso was The high poinT
OT The Treshman campaign. They also had vicTories againsT
BarringTon, a non-league Toe, Niles, and aT The end oT The
season, I-lighland Park.
Regulars on The sguad were Sullivan, l:elTon, Riley, ETnyre,
I-lildner, Layden, Pyle, and STrub.
BarringTon 38 37
Proviso . . . 3I 55
Waukegan 22 56
EvansTon . . 3l 63
Niles ....... 20 22
Oak Park ....... , 34 60
Highland Park I9 37
Niles ...,... 36 22
Proviso ..... 4I 40
Waukegan , . I4 23
EvansTon ..,. 29 43
Oak Park . .. 49 64
Highland Park 43 3I
FROSH BASKETBALL TEAM
Top Row: Mr. Marz, Ouick, Sullivan. STrub, OTTersTrom, Pyle, I-lerbenar, Riley.
Middle Row: D'Ancona, ETnyre, WhiTe, Mills, I3elTon, Repke, Anderson.
BoTTom Row: Boshes lmgr.l, Layden, PeTersen, SingleTon, O'Connell, Bugess.
New Trier Thinclads have produced an overwhelming rec-
ord Tor l954 indoor Traclc. Losing only one dual meeT This
year, Coach John Nay's Tracl4sTers came Through wiTh a
Tremendous vicTory in The Suburban League meeT. ln This
meeT New Trier scored Tive TirsTs, one second, Tive Thirds,
and Tour TourThs To neT Them 53 poinTs, 9 more Than Their
closesT rival, EvansTon.
In The Tinal meeT oT The season, The Oak Park relays, New
Trier's I6-lap relay Team esTablished a record oT 7:l4.6,
erasing The old sTandard oT 7:I5.2 esTablished by I.a Grange
in I952. The New Trier Toursome was composed oT KenT
Clancy, Gordon Johns, Guy Osborne, and Bruce Dern.
The Team also produced many Tine individual perTormers
during The season. In The dashes were Simonds, wiTh a Time
oT 5.5 seconds, I-loban and Tobin. Fisk and Conover ran
The hurdles, The Tormer having a Time ol 6.5 seconds Tor The
Two oT The besT guarTer-milers and halT-milers were Dern
and Osborn. Dern seT The record oT 2:O3.7 Tor The halT,
while Osborn had an excellenT Time oT 153.7 Tor The guarTer.
The sophomores, coached by Mr. McFadzean, had a good
average Team. O'uTsTanding in The halT mile was I-Iahn,
while oTher TirsT sTringers were Gillespie, I-Iemmersbach,
5Taebler, Gross, Lindbloom, and Waldman.
I VARSITY INDOOR TRACK TEAM
Top Row: Conover, Wallace, Simonds, SmiTh, France, TalboT, Johns, James, Shanahan, I-lasselman, PaleTTi, WrighT.
Middle Row: Tobin, I-IusT, Snow, Granger, Dern, Osborne, MoTTern, Sills, Fisk, I-loban, Bleloch, Jones.
BoTTom Row: Morrison, 5miTh, l.usTgarTen, Szonn, Bowman, Gross, FTriyre, Michel.
FROSH-SOPH INDOOR TRACK TEAM
Top Row: Jenlcins, Lolqensgard, STrylcer, Jones, Greeley, Murphy, McNaTTin, AlberTs, Sleenberg, Kendall, I-lolmes, Wilson.
Third Row: DeRocco, Applegale, PalaiTh, I-lobbs, Waldmann, 5Taebler, Lindblom, I-lousTon, I-lemersbach, SybrandT, Lochhead, Mr. McFadzean
Second Row: I-lirsch, Gillespie, Gross, STone, Mallegg, Myers, FlinT, Young, Fox, I-Iahn.
Bc-Hom Row: I-loward, Niclcel, CarTwrighT, Kubialc, Moulding, BaTes, Paschen, Fisher, Singer.
FREE-STYLE: RINELLA, cszeozn, PATTERSON
N.T. OPP. N.T, OPP.
EvansTon ......... 64 56 EvansTon ..,,. 26 49
Oak Park ..,. .. 23 Eenger . ..,., 54 2I
Peoria ........,.. 47 28 MorTon ... .... . 66 9
Highland Park ,.., 53 22 WauwauTosa ..... 55 20
Maine ...,....,.. 43 32 Niles ............ 57 I8
ClinTon, Iowa ...I 42 33 EasT RockTord .... 56 I2
Proviso ......,... 54 2I WesT RockTord ... 28
Waukegan ....... 66 9 Oak Park .,..... 39 36
Janesville, Wis. ...44 3I Culver ..... ,.... 5 I 24
VarsiTy swimmers, losing only Two regular meeTs This sea-
son, came Through wiTh an excelIenT record and a repuTaTion
as one oT The besT Teams New Trier has produced in recenT
years. Even Though iT Took only second place in boTh The
Suburban League meeT and in The sTaTe meeT This year, iT
was considered a TasTer Team Than The championship Teams
oT eiTher '49 or '50, a TacT which TesTiTies To The excellence
oT much-improved compeTiTion, raTher Than any decline in
The caliber oT swimmers developed by New Trier.
JusT as The Suburban League compeTiTion ended wiTh
EvansTon TirsT and New Trier second, so also were They The
Two Top Teams in The sTaTe meeT, EvansTon wiTh 67 poinTs,
New Trier wiTh 56.
Coached by Dave RoberTson and ArT Van Aman, and led
by co-capTains Tom Wynn and Bernie Rinella, The Team
showed considerable power in boTh individual perTormances
and group evenTs.
The sTaTe championship in The IOO-yard Tree sTyIe wenT
To Don PaTTerson, and The sTaTe record Tell in The ZOO-yard
Tree sTyIe relay when The Team oT Rinella, Wynn, John Lech-
ner, and PaTTerson, Took The sTaTe championship in The
record-breaking Time oT I:37.3.
OTher poinTs were scored in The sTaTe meeT by John Lech-
ner, Lorin'SurpIess, and co-capTain Wynn in The 50-yard
Tree sTyle3 co-capTain Rinella in The IOO-yard Tree: Jack
'Top Row: Sills, Jones, Shinbach, Taylor, Barnes, Richmond, Kennedy, Brooker, Maupin, SmiTh, Jacobson, Morrison.
Second Row: Mr. Van Aman, I-Iirsch, Schroeder, I-Iarris, I-Iennessy, PaTTerson, Brown, Sokol, BenneTT, Swirles, Mr. RoberTson.
BoTTom Row: Condon, Ramsey, Dauber, Lechner, Wynn, Rinella, Creden, Morse, Surpless, STevenson.
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NEW TRIER GUARD
Top Row: Teich, Lewy, Risius, Long, Lechner, Rogers, Tucker, Schuyler, SrniTh.
Second Row: Mr. Van Aman, Hirsch, Schroeder, Barnes, BenneTT, I-Iennessy, Brown, Sokol, I-Iarris, PaTTerson, Mr. RoberTson.
BoTTom Row: Goodman, Ramsey, Wynn, Lechner, Creden, Rinella, Surpless, Jacobson, STevenson.
To Row: Griswold, Feldman,
Klein, l-loward, Forbis, Meany,
Rusnak, Lewy, Mordock, Schuyler.
Mid le Row: Mr. Condon, Mr.
Van Aman, Rinker, Thulin, Rog-
ers, Long, Jacob, PeTerson,
Thompson, Tucker, l-lendrey, Mr.
BoTTom Row: Teich, Risius, Caskey,
Baeckeler, Lechner, GriTTin, l-lowe,
Creden, Dave Ramsey, and Charlie BronsTOn in The ZOO-
yard Tree, Mike Sills and STeve l-lirsh in The IOO-yard back
sTrokeg l-lirsh and Chuck Lechner in The l5O-yard individual
medley: Chuck l-lill in diving: and The relay Team OT Jack
Morse, Mike Sills, Chuck Lechner, and Dave Dauber in The
Dave Ramsey in The ZOO-yard Tree sTyle, Jim Sokol in The
IOO-yard breasT sTroke, and Jim STevenson and Roger Mau-
pin in diving also were consisTenT perTOrmers Tor New Trier
ThroughouT The season.
Sophomore swimmers were undeTeaTed This year, proving
Themselves worThy candidaTes Tor The varsiTy OT Tomorrow.
In The Suburban League meeT They seT one record and Tied
anOTher To win The meeT wiTh 66 poinTs compared To The 3I
OT Their closesT rival, EvansTon. SeTTing a new league record
OT l 143.5 in The ZOO-yard Tree-sTyle relay were GriTTin, Jacob,
Boeckler, and Dave Thulin. OTher Tree-sTylers were Kearns,
Chuck Thulin, and Rinker.
Chuck Lechner, swimming The 50-yard backsTroke, Tied The
league record OT :29.I in This evenT. Also swimming The
backsTrOke were Risius, Mordock, PeTersOn, Breed, and
Rogers. ln The breasTsTroke were Caskey and Tucker.
Long and l-lowe perTOrmed in The individual medley, while
The individual medley relay Team consisTed OT Lechner, Cas-
key, and Kearns. Divers were l'lill, Lewy, and Teich.
For The Treshmen The imporTanT meeT was The Niles Invi-
TaTiOnal which The Trosh won by a single poinT. New Trier
scored 50, EvansTOn 49, and Highland Park was nexT high
wiTh 37. Gordon SuTTon broke The 50-yard crawl record,
Macomber won in backsTroke, Robinson in breasTsTrOke.
OTher TirsTs wenT TO The medley relay Team OT Macomber,
Robinson, and 5uTTon, and TO The 200-yard relay Team OT
Ebrey, Kane, DeTarnOwsky, and Dick MuTher.
AlThOugh swimming perTOrmances OT The Three swimming
Teams received The plaudiTs and The publiciTy, iT was The
work OT The swimmers as members OT The New Trier Guard
which provided The basis Tor The success OT The enTire swim-
ming program. Headed by Jack Creden and Tom Wynn,
The Guard cOnTinued The service Tor which iT was esTablished
in l936. lT provided sTudenT insTrucTiOn and assisTance in
The SaTurday morning classes Tor grammar-school pupils and
in The recreaTiOnal swimming program Tor adulTs, as well as
in all gym swimming classes, in inTramural compeTiTion, and
in liTe-saving courses. T
wimie, Kane, B ro O k e r
Third Row: Mr. Condon
Lowe, Van BrandriTsch, An
clrew, Wiseman, Shamberg
Cohn, Garrison, Joseph
Saikin, Mr. RoberTson.
Second Row: Ward, Surpless
Embree, McGee, Macom
ber, SuTTon, Robinson, Tar
BoTTom Row: Boodell, ROberT
son, Veeder, Raub, wil
liams, l-luyler, Carlson, Vee
Top Row: Mr. Van Aman, Ga-
Moore, Merz, Fink, Boecke-
JOHN MORGAN ON THE PARALLEL BARS
WiTh gymnasTics growing in populariTy as a compeTiTive sporT among
Illinois high schools, New Trier Tools only a close second To Lindblom in
The sTaTe meeT held This year in May aT Champaign, Illinois. ln an earlier
dual meeT wiTh Lindblom, The New Trier gymnasTs came Through wiTh
vicTory by a margin oT one poinT.
ln The sTaTe meeT, Morgan Toolc TirsT on parallel bars, Third on horizonTal
bar and rings, and TiTTh on side horse. Lumley placed second on hori-
zonTal bar and TourTh on rings. Amos won TourTh on horizonTal bar, while
Goodman capTured Two TiTTh places on parallel bars and rings.
ln oTher meeTs OT The year, New Trier was Twice vicTorious over Arling-
Ton l'leighTs, 88-66 and 82-685 Twice over Leyden, 82-52 and 79-53.
ThroughouT The regular season, The mosT ouTsTanding member oT This
year's squad was John Morgan who led The Team in high-bar, parallel-
bars, long-horse, side-horse, and Tumbling evenTs. Lumley, Amos, and
l-lepple were also on The high bar, while besT on parallel bars were Good-
man, Welch, and Lumley.
Cn The rings were Goodman, Lumley, l-ledburg, and Fields, on The
side-horse or long-horse were Welch, Amos, l-lepple, and Buclcg on Tram-
poline, Buclc, 8orcherdT, and Cleary: and in Tumbling, Lumley and Amos.
RON HEDBERG, BOB AMBROGI, JIM GOODMAN
Top Row: Miller, Turner,
Borre, l-lunyady, Cavallon
Cleary, WhiTehursT, l-led-
berg, Amos, Mr. Giallorn-
Middle Row: 8orcherdT
Balmes, Jensen, l-lume, Oak-
hill, Fields, Ambrogi, Ed-
BoTTom Row: Nash, OlmsTed
Goodman, OlmsTed, Welch
Waller, Lumley, Morgan.
VARSITY WRESTLING TEAM
Top Row: Morris, McMillan, T-loTTman, Sproule, STeTson, Pyle, PiTzner, Boone, Ellis, Cramer, Van An-
VOOYT Mr. Hurley iwacii. VARSITY ScoRES
Middle Row: Freeman, Keyser, Nelson, Wilder, Kelly, WorThingTon, Schulz, I-lendricks, LusTgarTen,
MuTher, STudy. NT, OPP
BoTTom Row: Shapiro, KraTT', Shere, Boudreaux, Lewis, Chambers, I-Tall, Toomin, Morrison, MarTinson
VarSiTy grapplers, coached by AT l'Turley and Carl Clader, made a Tremendous showing This season,
even Though The Team placed only second in The Suburban League, wiTh Two losses in regular meeTs.
Tn The secTionals aT ArTingTon T-leighTs, New Trier capTured second place wiTh 50 poinTsg in The sTaTe
meeT aT Proviso, The wresTTerS scored T5 poinTs To Take sixTh place.
Co-CapTain Rolls MuTher, one oT The besT wresTlers New Trier has seen, was undeTeaTed aT T38
pounds, Taking TirsT in The sTaTe meeT and becoming The TirsT wresTTer here To Take sTaTe championship
Twice in a row. l'le placed TirST in The secTionals. Too.
Also Taking TirsT in The secTionals were undeTeaTed Sophomore MarTinson, 95 pounds, Morrison, I T2
pounds, PiTzner, T54 pounds, and co-CapTain Lawrie STeTson, heavyweighT. Shapiro, T03 pounds, and
Boudreaux, T20 pounds, Took seconds in The secTionals. Third aT T75 pounds was Sproule while l-len-
dricks, T33 pounds, and Wilder, T45 pounds, Took TourThs. OThers in The SecTionals were KraTT, T27
pounds, and l'ToTTman, T65 pounds. AddiTional regulars were Lewis, T33 pounds, and BenTley, T65.
The sophomores, probably The besT sophomore Team in The sTaTe, were coached by Ken Welling-
Ton To The Suburban League championship, going undeTeaTed during The T954 season. UnbeaTen
ThroughouT The campaign were T-ToTTman, T20 pounds, STremmel, T27 pounds, CapTain Blech, T33
pounds, and Will, T75 pounds. '
ThornTon ......... 30
Champaign .,..... 35
Oak Lawn ,,
Waukegan .....,, T8
EvansTon . ..
MorTon , ..
FROSH-SOPH WRESTLING TEAM
Top Row: Dunphy, STreeTer, I-licks, DoughTy, I-llavacek, SperTus, Morrison, Edwards, STeTson, BausTerT.
FourTh Row: Brewer, Blake, MacLean, Beacom, Engel, Eisenberg, Miller, Buck, Oien, Miller, STudy, Liebman.
Third Row: TakiTT, Conagan, PlunkeTT. O'KieTTe, Dorgan, Siebel, James, Blom, STone, Cehler, Mr. WellingTon,
Second Row: Arieizi, SchmidT, Trees, Dressler, KauTman, Granger, Thompson, BriTTan, T-liken, Eckhouse.
BoTTom Row: Jaeger, Will, T-Toizliman, Blech, Robinson, STremmel, Kivlarid, T-Tubbard, BimsTein.
On SaTurday, May 22, New Trier's Track Team won The Suburban League cham-
pionship by an I8lf4-poinT margin over Their closesT rival, EvansTon. This bore ouT
earlier showings in league compeTiTion during The 1954 spring season. In Their
TirsT meeT, The NorTh Shore InviTaTional, They won by 20 poinTs over EvansTon.
The Tollowing weekend New Trier played hosT To La Grange, sTaTe champs, and
Waukegan, sTaTe runners-up. In This meeT The Green and Gray came ouT on Top
wiTh 60 poinTs as La Grange and Waukegan were second and Third respecTively
wiTh 48 and 40 poinTs apiece.
In The disTricT meeT, New Trier was Tavored To win and They did wiTh a score OT
50lf2 poinTs. I8 more Than second-place EvansTon. New Trier guaIiTied Ten indi-
viduals and Two relay Teams Tor The sTaTe meeT. AT Champaign, however, New
Trier Took eighTh place wiTh only seven poinTs. Bouncing back, The Trevians besTed
some oT Their sTaTe compeTiTors and proceeded To Take The Suburban League TiTle.
In The dashes New Trier's Top man was Simonds, while MoTTern won The pole-
vaulT evenT in The league, N.I.T., and disTricT meeTs. PaIeTTi did some Tine shoT
X puTTing as he Took Third in sTaTe and seT a new record in The league meeT.
POLE-VAU LTER MOTTERN
VARSITY OUTDOOR TRACK TEAM
Top Row: James, Johns, Tobin, Gunn, Cohrs, Rinella, Osborn, Gessel, Simonds, Conover, ETnyre, I-Iasselman, Mr. Nay.
Middle Row: GriTschke, Coghill, Wallace, SmiTh, Clancy, Snow, LusTgarTen, Fisk, Szonn, PaleTTi, MoTTern, Jones, Dern.
BoTTom Row: Morrison, Bowman, Granger, Gross, France lrnanagerl, SmiTh, Shanahan, I-Ioban, Kimberly, Bleloch, Sills.
FROSH-SOPH OUTDOOR TRACK TEAM
Top Row: Singer, Joseph, Wilson, Spence, Beniamin, Finkel, Kendall, Wilson, Magie, Magnuson, STryker, Jacob, I-licks, Dold, PeTerson, McNicholas,
N' k I, ST I .
Middle Roos: AEElZgaTe, Young, Lochhead, AlberTs, I-IousTon, Jones, FlinT, Waldmann, Mallegg, I-Iobbs, STaebler, Greeley,AETnyre, Nicholson, STeen-
BoTTom eligwz I-lolmes, I-Ioward, I-liken, CarTwrighT, STone, Gross, Myers, I-Iemersbach, Bell, Lokensgard, RadTord, BaTes, Phillips, Fisher, Thulin.
New Trier's varsiTy golTers made The besf showing in The
Suburban League This year and appeared To be The besT
Team in The sTaTe, buT neverTheless They wound up wiTh a
disappoinTing loss To Waukegan in disTricT compeTiTion on
The Waukegan home course and Tailed To reach sTaTe play-
oTTs. LaTer on They beaT Waukegan's disTricT champs on The
same course, 8 To 7, buT This one "didn'T counT". In oTher
Top meeTs oT The year, They meT and conquered Highland
Park, IasT year's sTaTe champs, 8 To 7, and They also won
againsT Hinsdale, I954 sTaTe champs, 9 To 6. Seniors play-
ing Tor New Trier were Segil, Campbell, ArmsTrong, Flynn,
I-laugh, I-IuTTman, WaI+ers, Chaplain, Kurz, and Driggs.
VARSITY TENNIS TEAM
Top Row: Anderson, Whi+e, PiTzner
Farnham, Weinberg, PorTer.
Tie, Budwig, Greeley, Freeman.
FROSH-SOPH TENNIS TEAM
Top Row: KauTman, Klein, Robinson,
Mangel, Kirk, Miller, Anderson.
Winning six maTches and losing only Two, The varsiTy Ten-
nis Team played briIlianTIy ThroughouT The I954 spring sea-
son. In one oT Their six wins, a single poinT ended EvansTon's
vicTory sTring oT more Than 50 consecuTive vicTories. Vandie
ChrisTie, a iunior, was Top singles man, Taking seconds in
boTh disTricT and Suburban League. BeaTing The Top-seeded
player in The TirsT round oT The sTaTe TournamenT, he reached
buT didn'T survive The semi-Tinals, The Weinberg and Bud-
wig doubles Team Took second in The disTricT and wenT To The
sTaTe meeT buT IosT in The TirsT round. ProspecTs Tor The I955
varsiTy looked brighTer wiTh a Top noTch soph Team capTur-
ing The Suburban League TiTIe.
VARSITY GOLF TEAM
Toip Row: Bowman, 'Magnusson, Segil, Kurz, I-IoTTman, Ellis, Payne, Cummings, Flynn, ArmsTrong, I-laugh, FTienne
Middle Row: Chaplin, ArmsTrong, Feldman, Garnmie, Driggs, Naidowski, Neal, Sellers, Campbell, Waller.
BoTTom Row: Salvano, Brainarcl, I-Ianson, Rinker, Goldboss, Mann, Shepherd.
BoTTom Row: Lelewer, Gudeman, Chris-
FImendorT, Lane, EllioTT, Olson, SmiTh.
BoTTom Row: Thompson, Schuyler, Levin,
BATTI NG PRACTICE
SELINGER AT BAT
Top Row: LighTner lcoachl, Marsh, Frank, Wineberg, LieTzow, Layden,
Middle Row: Poggensee, Thompson, Edmonds, Ely, LindsTrom, Lorch,
BoTTom Row: Glas, Weidemanri, Chambers, Good, ChrisTopher, John-
In one oT The mosT briIlianT seasons in New Trier baseball
hisTory, The varsiTy wenT Through 23 games wiTh only Two
losses, winding up The season as Suburban League cham-
pions, disTricT Champions, and seCTionaI champions, and go-
ing on To play Tor The sTaTe championship aT Peoria. Re-
sulTs oT This TournamenT were noT known as Echoes wenT To
When The Suburban League season opened, Proviso and
New Trier spliT a double-header. New Trier won The nexT
eighT games handily behind The piTching oT Edmonds, Lay-
den, LindsTrom, and Thompson. The second loss Tor The
Trevians was aT The hands OT second-place Waukegan. AI-
Though Edmonds piTched greaT ball, Waukegan pushed a
run across in The I3Th inning To win, I To O. When New
Trier meT Waukegan in league play again, The Green and
Gray walked away wiTh The Championship, 8 To O.
Three Toes were subdued in The disTricT playoTTs. The
championship game was played againsT Waukegan, New
Trier winning, 4 To I. In The secTionals aT Belvidere, WesT
RockTord Tell in The Tinal game, 8 To 2, New Trier Thus quali-
Tying Tor The sTaTe-championship playoTTs.
Regulars oT The I954 season were LieTzow aT TirsT base.
Poggensee aT second, Selinger aT shorT, and Lorch or Lay-
den aT Third, The ouTTield consisTing oT Lorch, Weidemann,
Johnson, and McNeill, and a greaT piTching sTaTT composed
oT Edmonds, Layden, LindsTrom and Thompson.
AusTin ,,,, 6
Proviso . ., ..,. 6
Schurz ......,... .... 7
Highland Park IO
Lane Tech .... .... 9
Niles ... ..,. 6
EvansTon .... 2
IvlorTon . .... 4
Waukegan ...A O
Oak Park 6
Highland Park .. .... I2
,'EvansTon .,..... ..., 5
'Highland Park .. 6
EvansTon ,..... .... 5
xWaukegan ,. 4
TIvlcHenry ...... .... I 2
TWesT RockTord ... .. 8
TMarmion .,..... .... 9
CO-CAPTAINS LIETZOW AND LINDSTROM
Proviso .... 2
Niles . . .... IO
Evansfon . .... 2
IvlorTon .. .. 3
Oak Park ...... .... 6
Glenbrook .,,... ,... 4
Highland Park .. 5
Glenbrook ...., .... 6
EvansTon ..... .... O
Waukegan . .... 2
The sophomore squad Tinished The season
wiTh a league record oT 4-5, while in overall
season play They recorded a 5-7 record.
AcTually The only Team ThaT showed consid-
erable power againsT New Trier was MorTon.
The lasT Two games oT The season were really
hearT-breakers, boTh being nine-inning losses,
one To EvansTon in a game which was scoreless
unTil The ninTh, and The oTher To Waukegan
when Waukegan came Trom behind To win on a
Tew bloop singles.
Sophomore hiTTing was greaT as seven men
were above The .300 mark, SchmidT wiTh .552,
I-Iibben wiTh .429. Kann had a 5-I piTching
record and a .75 earned run average. The
sTarTing lineup consisTed oT WalTer, caTcher7
inTielders, Hammaker, AlsdorT, Ade lcapTainl,
Gilboy, 5ingleTong 5TeTson, Irvine, Kahn.
Top Row: Rosenberg, Lindblom, Gray, HolsTead, Thompson, Redson, lvlennel, Robison, Gillespie, l.iTTle, Parson, Ivlr. Irwin
Middle Row: Hubbard, STeTson, Irvine, Gillmer, WalTer, Riley, SingleTon, Gilboy, Kahn, Blanchard, Herbenar, AlsdorT.
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Top Row: Mr. Funkhouser
lcoachl, D'Ancona, l-lallen-
borg, I-liildner, I-I ir s c h ,
Morse, Sullivan, DeRocco,
Middle Row: DubrouilleT,
DavenporT, Paschen, Plunk-
JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM
Top Row: Mr. Marz lcoachl, 5elTzer, King, WrighT, FeTzer, Swirles, ChrisTiansen, STreeT, McKinnon.
Middle Row: Becker, Friend lmgr.I, Levin, Pollak, Oelerich, Wallach, Shere, Van Anrooy, Wallace, Walker lmgr.I.
BoTTom Row: STruggles, Jarvis, Cook, Cram.
JUNIOR VARSITY AND
Junior varsiTy baseballers had an average season This year,
winding up wiTh Tour wins and six deTeaTs. In Their TirsT game
OT The season They were vicTorious over Schurz, I I To 8, buT
Their nexT game They suTTered a drubbing by Lane Tech, I To
I7. The nexT game was wiTh EvansTon, and New Trier came
ouT on The shorT end oT a 6 To 5 loss, buT They Tollowed up
by shellacking EvansTon in Their nexT game, I5 To 3. ThaT
some week The J.V.'s won a close piTchers' duel over Wau-
kegan, 2 To I, buT in The reTurn game, The Bulldogs pulled
ouT on Top, 4 To 3. Then They suTTered some reverses as Two
games were dropped To Proviso, IO To 4 and 2 To I. Adding
a Tinal Touch To The season were Two games againsT Niles, in
which The Trier men Took a vicTory in The TirsT, 8 To 6, and
dropped The second, 6 To IO.
5TreeT had The besT OT The piTchers' record wiTh Three wins
and one loss, while Van Anrooy, TirsT baseman, was The lead-
Playing caTcher This year were WrighT and Oelerich: sec-
ond base, ChrisTianseng and The resT oT The inTield, Swirles aT
Third base and SelTzer aT shorT sTop. OuTTielders were Pol-
lak, Cram, King, I:eTzer, Shere, and Jarvis.
Freshman baseballers also had an average season as They
came Through wiTh Three wins and Tive losses. AT The begin-
ning oT The season IIO Treshmen showed up, and This un-
manageable sguad had To be cuT down To 22 members.
5TarTing ouT in Tine Tashion, They Took Their TirsT Three games,
The TirsT againsT Proviso 5 To 35 The second Trom Niles, I4
To I lg and The Third againsT EvansTon, 8 To 5.
However, in The nexT Tixe games, The Trosh meT wiTh de-
TeaT aT The hands oT lvlorTon, 3 To 5, Waukegan, I To II,
and Oak Park, O To I6g and in reTurn games wiTh EvansTon
and Waukegan, They IosT by 3 To 4 and I To II scores,
The sTarTing lineups Tor The Treshmen consisTed oT Quick,
caTcher and leading baTTerg Will, TirsT base: Anderson, sec-
ond baseg STrahorn and I'Iildner, shorT sTopsQ WebsTer, Third
baseg Sullivan, IeTT Tieldq Riley, cenTer Tieldy and D'Ancona,
righT Tield. PiTchers were I-lallenborg, Riley, I'Iirsh, and
Brandl. OTher sguad members were Pyle, Morse, Paschen,
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InTramurals aT New Trier are designed To
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compeTiTive sporTs eiTher on an individual
Ioasis or in adviser-group compeTiTion. The
adviser-group aThleTic manager encourages
everyone To Take parT in The program. Di-
recTor oT arranging and scheduling These
sporTs is lvlr. Showley, head OT boys' phys-
ical educaTion deparTmenT.
This year's Touch TooTball, under The di-
recTion oT lvlr. CramleT, was hoTly conTesT-
ed in The Tall. Adviser-group class cham-
pions were Landwer, Treshman: Nay, soph-
omoreg lvlalinslcy, iuniorg and l:ranTzen, sen-
ior. l:ranTzen's advisees became all-school
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under The direcTion oT lvlr. RoberTson and
Mr. Van Aman and saw some keen compe-
TiTion. Freshman conTesTs were so close
ThaT The resulT was a Tie beTween Hender-
son's and Lauer's advisees. OTher class
champions were Van Aman, sophomore:
Morey, iuniorg and Kahler, senior. Again a
senior group won when Mr. Kahler's group
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BoiTom Row: Klein, Thulin, Thulin, Thompson. I
FEARHEILEY'S JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS LAUER'S FRESHMAN BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS
Top Row: Bowman, PaTTerson, Farnham. Top Row: Lolcensgard, McGee, Wiseman, BarTleTT.
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CLASSES IN WRESTLING FOR ALL BOYS
lnTramural Tennis, headed by Mr. Cla-
der, broughT TorTh some valuable maTerial
Tor The varsiTy and sophomore Tennis
squads, Klein, Levin, Robinson, and SmiTh
were The Trosh Tennis winners, while Elmen-
dorT, Michel, and Lumley were The sopho-
more, iunior, and senior class Tennis cham-
Freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior
horseshoe singles champions were Driggs,
Salvano, SmiTh, and Reardon in ThaT order.
ln handball doubles, sophomore champs
were Roolqer and l-lanson, while iunior
champs were Miller and JeTTers.
lnTramural baslceTball, under The direc-
Tion oT Mr. Marz, produced some close
compeTiTion during The winTer monThs,
each Team compeTing wiTh The oTher class
Teams in a double eliminaTion TournamenT.
Among The Treshmen, Lauer's advisees won
The championship by beaTing The men Trom
Marz Twice, I6-I5 and I9-I7. The sopho-
more vicTors were RoberTson's advisees
who won The winner's braclceT againsT Van
Aman 35-I6 and conTinued in The Tinals To
beaT Nay 44-I8. The iunior TournamenT
saw a much TighTer Tinish wiTh Fearheiley
and Mclzadzean baTTling iT ouT. Fearheiley
won The winner's bracl4eT 27-I9 buT losT The
TirsT game oT The playoTTs 26-23. They
came baclc To win The championship ZI-I7.
Advisees oT Mr. Lauer, Mr. Clader, Mr.
WeingarTner, and Mr. Gadslce emerged as
The Treshman, sophomore, iunior, and sen-
ior volleyball class champions respecTively.
McFadzean's adviser group, however, aTTer
Talqing The iunior runner-up TiTle, baTTled
Their way To The school championship.
WresTling, organized and run by Mr.
Hurley, produced Twelve school champions
in Their respecTive weighTs. They were
James, Schulz, Baby, Wiley, BregsTone,
BolchoT, l-lerbon, Miller, McKinnon, Wynn,
Oelerich, and PaTullo.
FRANTZEN'S FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS
Top Row: Dern, KaTzin, l-loTTman, Madigan, Young.
BoTTom Row: Cramer, Joseph, Edmonds, Freeman, STevens
ASCT-lENBACH'S I953 BASEBALL RUNNERS UP
Top Row: Wilder, Oelerich, RoTh, Creden, Cleary.
BoTTom Row: ByrlciT, Bender, Calkins, Morava, STreeT
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Middle Row: Schulz, Wiley, l-lerbon, BoHom Row: Randolph, McCollisier, Wisharl, Sellzer, Marsh, Wolfson, Frank
Bo++om Row: James, Bregslone.
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Sfancling: Wallach, Pirzner,
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Groves, Vincenr, Surpless.
Kneeling: Marsh, Ellicoil,
Rappaporr, Trense, Bleoch
KAl'lLER'S CHAMPION l.M. SWIM TEAM
Top Row: Palullo, Sennoli, Osborn, Blunl,
Bollom Row: Adkins, Alger, Goellsch.
INDIVIDUAL SWIMMING CHAMPS
Smilh, Macomber, Boeclcler, McKinnon, Howe, Dewar
WATER BALLET: G.A.A.'S DEMONSTRATION OF SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING
BETTY ANN McCALLEN LEA FERGUSON SUE WOOD BEECHER VOLLERS
Presideni' Vice-PresidenT SecreTary Treasurer
Since iTs Tounding in I9l3, Girls' AThleTic AssOciaTion has
grown unTil Today iT is one OT The largesT girls' Organiza-
Tions aT New Trier. Under The leadership OT iTs OTTicers and
The guidance OT sponsor Miss Iris BoulTOn and adviser Miss
Mary Louise l-look, I954 became one OT The mosT success-
Tul years in G.A.A.'s hisTOry. Adviser-room represenTaTives
provided The closesT link beTween The GAA board and The
The inTramural spOrTs program opened The season, pro-
viding Tun and exercise Tor any girl desiring TO parTicipaTe.
The courses Tor OTTicials gave girls an oppOrTuniTy To learn
more abOuT The spOrTs, while The program Tor Timers and
scorers OTTered OTher's a chance To parTicipaTe.
AlThOugh mosT OT G.A.A.'s acTiviTies TOOk place On The
aThleTic Tield, The OrganizaTiOn also served The school and
cOmmuniTy. ThroughOuT The year The page girls perTOrmed
errands Tor The physical-educaTion deparTmenT. As a com-
muniTy service, sOme OT The board members wenT TO The
Lake BluTT Qrphanage every Friday aTTernOOn To provide
enTerTainmenT Tor The children.
The March award assembly gave deserved recOgniTiOn To
many OT The girls who parTicipaTed in G.A.A.'s acTiviTies.
The lniTiaTes' Supper Tollowed, where The iniTiaTes received
Their Tormal iniTiaTion inTO The organizaTion.
G.A.A.'s wriTTen publiciTy helped To keep The comrnuniTy
iTormed OT G.A.A.'s acTiviTies, while clever, eye-caTching
bulleTin boards and posTers provided addiTional inTOrmaTiOn
Tor The school.
An imporTanT addiTion This year was The beginning OT The
Hall OT Fame, which, when compleTed, will cOnsisT OT a per-
manenT display OT picTures and snapshOTs OT G.A.A. OTTicers
and sporTs daTing back To The early years OT New Trier.
The year was climaxed by The spring award assembly and
The Spring BangueT, held On June 3, where The new board
and OTTicers were announced.
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Top Row: Daley, GaTTer
Middle Row: Doepel, Ed-
wards, Sewrey, PeTersOn
BoTTom Row: SchueTT, BarneTT
l-laider, l.ichTer, Ross, CriT
Top Row: VVhi'reside, I-Iapp, Drake
Anderson, Fairbairn, Bradley
Second Row: Miller, Woods, Leon-
ard, Yares, Sprowl, Lippman
BoHom Row: Cramer, Levilelz
Kirby, Keilh, Braun, Robinson
James, Burkharl, Goodrich.
Top Row: Andrews, Sieberling
Varney, Kent Dohse, Guyan.
Third Row: Friel, Bennell, Yales
Weedon, Eberl, O'KieIfe, Avery
Second Row: Deulch, Boylslon
Eberharl, Banker, Wheeler, Keilh
BoH'om Row: Knuslen, Kling, Lloyd
Klok, Borg, Quainlance.
Top Row: French, I-Iaas, Besl, Eb-
er'i', Wielancl, True, Perlman.
Second Row: Thorsen, Weinberg
Weinberg, Seiberling, I. a u n
Bofforn Row: Evenslad, Reinholl-
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Top Row: Taylor, Wlelend Srone
BoHom Row: Ringley Cooley R
Slanding: Elvgren, Whipple, Thorne, Arnold, Edwards, Coleman, l-laider. Smilh, Swarfchild, Garrside, Nielsen, Auslen Spencer
SiH'ing: Wood, Johnson, Galilerr, Ross, l-ladler, lvlcCallen, Donahue, Geller, Slerreli, Seeley.
Top Row: Walson, Wieland, Baker,
Cook, Will, Wilkinson, Tenhune
Smilh, Whipple, Scofl.
Boffom Row: Friedman, Rumsey,
Peck, Drake, Debs, Veaque
Goldberg, Arnold, Cayallon
Top Row: Laun, Sommer, Daley,
Teegarden, Miller, Bradley, Schu
Middle Row: Kenney, l-limelblau,
l-laliis, Johnson, LeVine, Dulhie,
Boffom Row: Klok, Currier, Porler,
Ross, Smilh, Dahlberg, Powell.
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SENIOR HOCKEY-FIRST TEAM
To Row Laun, Muhl, Mcllvaine, Mueller,
Brandenburg, Noble, Lawrence.
BoTTom Row GaTTer, Fowler, KeiTh, Ferguson,
Early in The Tall The inTramural sporTs began. Mary Doepel, head oT hockey,
and her class managers, Carolyn Kenny, Polly Edgar, and VicToria Kling, com-
pleTed a successTul season wiTh Mrs. Cornell's Team, a combinaTion Team
made up oT Miss Karl's and Miss Kral's adviser groups, and Miss ElemingTon's
Team winning The Three TournamenTs. The hockey season ended wiTh The
annual BeauTy versus Brawn game beTween The senior girls' TirsT Team and The
boys' varsiTy TooTball Team in which The boys Tinally Triumphed wiTh a score
oT 3 To I.
Head OT soccer Virginia Broderick and her managers, Jane Goodwin, Judy
GaTTerT, Nancy Edens, and Jane LighTner, Tound ThaT soccer was becoming
increasingly popular. The only TournamenT was played by The Treshmen in
which Miss Byrne's adviser room won.
Tennis, under The leadership oT Jeanne Sewrey and her managers, Mirella
Meier, MargareT Redgwiclc and Marilyn Coyne, seT up TournamenTs which
were noT' compleTed because oT bad weaTher.
EnThusiasTic riders, headed by Carol CriTTenTon and her assisTanT Lynn
l-lughes, were divided inTo Three groups: The beginners learned To posT and
TroT, The inTermediaTe rnasTered more advanced skills, and advanced riders
polished up on The Tine poinTs oT jumping.
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Top Row CurTis, Gray, BrighTman, LighTner, ,
LindsTrom, Hinlcle, Glos.
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Top Row: Mueller, Sewrey, Noble, Zinn.
BoTTom Row: O'KieTTe, 6aTTer, Samuelson, Ferguson.
WiTh The arrival oT cold weaTher, G.A.A. embarked
on iTs indoor program. Three volleyball class Tourna-
menTs were held, headed by ElizabeTh BarneTT and her
class managers, Maraya McCully, Rosemary Long,
Robin Lloyd, and Jane KeiTh, Tollowecl by an inTerclass
TournamenT, won by The Freshmen 3B Team.
Dance, headed by Carol Kirk and her assisTanT Suellen
PeTerson, saw many girls coming ouT Tor The Treshman
and upperclass dance Iessons. PaTricia Edwards and
Nancy Daley worked wiTh The Tumblers This year.
il-leaded by Ouida GaTTer and assisTed by Anne Fin-
ger, Jane Weinberg, ElizabeTh STerreTT, and Barbara
I-lager, a varieTy oT recreaTional games was oTTered in
The program oT Table Tennis, badminTon, shuTTIe board,
horseshoes, deck Tennis, paddle darTs, and duck pins.
BaskeTball replaced volleyball as a TournamenT sporT
under The direcTion oT JudiTh PaynTer and her class
managers, Arlene Nadiowski, Phillipa Bayless, Joan
Cann, and Jean SToops. Following The Three class Tour-
namenTs, The Junior I Team won The inTerclass conTesT.
BASKETBALLERS CROSBY, MUELLER, BAYLESS, TATHAM
Top Row: Pearson, Gray, Keillu, Yosl.
BoHom Row: Daley, Cobb, True, Boyls-
Top Row: Lang, Liglwlner, Edgar,
Cohrs, Sierreli, l-lager, Corser.
Middle Row: Weinberg, Fink,
Gray, Eolzer, Daley, Racine,
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This spring G.A.A. again moved ouldoors lo lalce advan-
lage ol lhe warm wealher. The- aclive program included
goll, headed by Colelle Lichler, and archery, headed by
Donna Schuell and her class managers, Pal Kay, I-Iallie
Will, and Sarah Lind.
Une ol lhe mosl popular sporls was lennis, headed by
Jeanne Sewrey and assisled by her class managers, Mirella
Meier, Margarel Redgwiclq, and Marilyn Coyne.
Riding, headed by Carol Crillenlon and her assislanl,
Lynn I-Iughes, was conlinued wilh renewed inleresl. Ouida
Galler and her class managers, Anne Einger, Jane Wein-
berg, Elizabelh Slerrell, and Barbara I-lager headed Ia-
Baseball was headed lhis year by Mary Lou Emrich and
her class managers, Deborah Eowler, Sylvia Phelps, and
Pamela Condon. Aller praclice games, lhe adviser room
lournamenls were held, lollowed by lhe class-leam games.
The waler ballel, presenled Salurday, April 24, was an
oulslanding demonslralion ol swimming slcills. Direcled by
Carol I-Iaider, head ol Pool Guard, and Belly Wheeler,
head ol swimming, each scene in lhe "World ol Waler"
depicled a dillerenl counlry, wilh addilional acls done by
lhe advanced dancers and lhelumblers. The swimming class
managers, Mary Ellen Arnold, Colby Smilh, and Jane Bar-
nell, lhe members ol lhe Pool Guard, and many olher "be-
hind lhe scene" worlcers were indispensable lo lhe success
ol lhe demonslralion.
I953 BASEBALL CHAMPIONS TENNIS
Top Row: Samuelson, Sweelman, Mueller, Ferguson, Edwards. Top Row: Bennell, Walling, Coyne
Bollom Row: Galler, Donohue, Elmendorl, Risrow. Bollom Row: Remien, Drake, Wing
Top Row: Poppell, Lichler, Philpoll, Lalvlofle
BoHom Row: Adams, Lange-nbach, Geller
Crilnienlon, Fisher, Croisanl, l-lughes, Eisler, Connelly, Walson, Onlhanx, Mcflallen.
Sfandingz Lind, Ewing, Will, Deulch, Schuell, Minx, Kay, Johnson
SiHing: Wood, Veague, Shoresman, Sleglich, Dohse.
A+ The winler award assembly March 4, 234 6.A.A.
awards were presenled lo 9I freshmen, sophomores, iuniors
and seniors who had come oul for sporls 60 limes or more
lo win Jrhe 300-poinl award. Filleen girls earned 700 poinls
by parlicipaling I40 limes, while seven olhers received Jrhe
G.A.A. pennanl signifying I000 poinls. Allhough The I500-
poinl award is officially lhe highesl presenled by G.A.A.,
special honors were given This year lo Ouida Galler, sen-
ior, for being Jrhe lirsl girl in G.A.A. hislory lo win a Jrolal
of 2000 poinls.
An innovalion recenlly eslablished +o provide recognilion
of award winners and olher pasl and presenl G.A.A. groups
was 'rhe l-lall ol Fame. This proiecl will be a permanenl dis-
play of pholos mounled in frames donaled by lhe New
Trier Dads' Club.
HALL OF FAME COMMITTEE
Mcllvaine, Beck, Lawrence, Keilh.
I000-POINT AWARD WINNERS
Ferguson, Ross, OlKiS'l:lS, Debs.
700-POINT AWARD WINNERS
Top Row: Kay, Sleglich, Mueller, Daley.
BoH'om Row: Smilh, Fowler, Dohse, l-larris.
300-POINT AWARD WINNERS
Top Row: l-lorberg. Allison, l-loehn, Klingeman, Alschuler, Andrews, Tenhune, Pierce, Wafson, Evenslad, Thorsen
Third Row: Will, Miller, Baker, l-lolub, Jacobi, Cohrs, Kochs, Laun, Kirby, Bamburg.
Second Row: Condon, Nordblom, Cragg, Racine, Lind, Lloyd, Marshall, Coyne, Maclrinnon, Whipple, Corser.
Boflom Row: Drake, Smilh, Pelerson, Algeo, Addenbroolse, Rumsey.
CANDID IN CERAMICS: PETE GROFF, HERB KASHIAN, ANN HOWARD, MARY WHEELER
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FRESHMAN JIMMY WHITE, SOPHOMORE AL STAEBLER, JUNIOR PALMER WHITE
PARKER PALMER SUSAN MILLER JUDY BULES .CHARLES ANDERSON
Pre-siclenT Vice-PresidenT SecreTary Treasurer
THE CLASS OF l957
LasT Tall 688 Treshmen came To New Trier' as a group OT
bewildered buT exciTed and enThusiasTic sTudenTs. ATTer
only one week oT conTusion, however, They sTarTed on Their
road To success.
Organizing The Freshman ATTairs CommiTTee on The paT-
Tern oT The Senior STeering CommiTTee, The class laid plans
Tor The enTire year.
The girls were inTroduced To social liTe aT New Trier
Through The annual Freshman-Senior ParTy, Tollowed by The
Lirrle-Sis+er parTies given by The sophomore adviser groups.
The boys, on The oTher hand, were busy in every sporT,
organizing ouTsTanding Teams.
Led by able oTTicers, under The guidance oT adviser chair-
men Miss Louise l'lamilTon and Mr, RoberT Ream, The Tresh-
men have earned a repuTaTion as ouTsTanding individuals
and as a Tine class, a repuTaTion which will Tollow Them
ThroughouT Their TuTure years aT New Trier.
BOYS' HONOR GROUP
Top Row: Moore, Neis, Klauke, Finkel, Robinson, SingleTon, l-lechT, Palmer, Pyle, Mooney, Young, McLick, DorTman, Allen.
Third Row: Everly, MeTeliTs, l-lazlehursT, Brooker, Bliss, l-liken, Kirk, GuerTin, PorTer, Wallace, Garrison, SergeanT, Burnham, Plonsker.
Second Row: PorTer, CarTwrighT, WirTz, I-loward, Shoop, BriTTan, Walker, Eisenberg, Fleisher, Levin, Falk, McCausland, Spero, KapliT.
BoTTom Row: RoberTson, Paschen, Warren, Adams, Miller, SmiTh, Kayser, Freeman, Boshes, Schulz, Siebel, KauTman, l-lenning, Sharpe.
eims' I-ioNoR e-Rour
Top Row: l-Toward, Thorman, Berkemlield, Blair, Rammon, Sinclair, Williams, l-lamilTon, Parshall, YaTes, Daniels, LeVine, WolT, Morrison, YaTes, Jones.
FifTh Row: WrighT, Kenney, Garrison, LoveTT, GoeTz, Byler, FranTzen, PorTe, Massey, Uermody, Barnes, MeiTes, Ruland, GoodTriend, WesTlake, Ferguson, Mare-
Fourfh Row: Shawley, KeiTh, Kay, AddingTon, Grung, Grung, McCloud, MeTz,
Third Row: Pullman, Robinson, PTaelzen, Glaeser, Klemperer, Ross, Kennedy,
Second Row: Fink, FelTen, KnappsTein, l-lenrich, Spangenberg, MarTin, Bules,
BoTTom Row: Fall, Miller, Barker, Buchanan, RosenThal, McLaughlin, Molzocher,
ger, Romach, BradTield. -
Dow, Fraser, Murphy, Kase, BuTTerTield, Gordon, Johnson, WechTer, Goodrich,
SchweiTzer, Allen, LindsTrom, LighTner, Eolzer, Blumberg, YosT, Krasberg, Forgan,
CurTis, Edgar, Leonard, Hoover, Glass, l-leTlebower, SelTen, Merrick, Brodghaug,
Gale, PanniTch, BurkharT, Quigley, PancoasT, Grinker, Grinker, Orwig, Harnsber-
Top Row: Berlcenlield, Brad-
ley, Feldman, Blair, Brod-
shaug, Schweilzer, Allen,
Third Row: Lydeclcer, Cole-
man, Moses, Terman, Wech-
Ier, Cobb, Mueller, Slubbs.
Second Row: Karslalce, Slew!
arl, Kulz, Slerling, Beclcer,
McCloud, Maievvslci, Van
BoH'om Row: Miss Byrne, Ba-
ker, Seqil, Ovson, Miller,
Pearson, Malzacher, Gold-
Top Row: Marlin, Spacelc,
Parlcs, Lindslrom, Irvine,
Franlzen, Byler, Schell.
Third Row: Gordon, Kay,
Mayer, Braun, Prince, Kase.
Second Row: Kennedy,
Cooley, Pancoasl, Moninger,
Rinqley, Forgan, Parshall,
Boflom Row: Miss Crilchell,
Whilney, James, Ellmore,
Dow, Fall, Ryerson, Leonard.
Top Row: Brighlman, I-lorle,
Sinclair, Smilh, Vinnedge,
Scoll, I-lechl, Krasberq.
Third Row: Lovell, Jenner,
Congdon, Lang, Oalchill,
Second Row: Johnson, Mason,
Keilh, Morris, Baer, Roe-
Boilom Row: Miss Deames,
Kucera, Orwig, Cramer,
Top Row: Barnes, Thiele, Ed-
gar, Taylor, Slibqen, Wolf,
Third Row: Plaelzer, Brown,
Schroeder, Smilh Ferrer,
I-lellebower, Newlon, Gale.
Second Row: Samuels, Saler-
no, Nelson, Wilson, Wriqhl
Pullman, Robinson, Besser.
Bollrom Row: Miss Durgin
Wonderlic, Moeller, Meires
I-ladaway, Mora, Levin
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Top Row: Sulherland, Fazio
Golclslein, Sullivan, Joslin
Rehm, While, Rosso.
Third Row: Radford, Websler
Kane, Naiowski, Peasler
Gray, Borre, Pearson.
Second Row: Freeman, Frank
Swarlz, Rubens, Kivland
Rrochnow, Kaine, Demaree.
Bo'Hom Row: Mr. Giallombar-
clo, Brandi, Veeder, Cum-
mings, l-loulihan, Sward
iiop Row: Schleman, l.eVine,
Nisen, Williams, Jones, Roll,
Third Row: lngersoll, Bern-
slein, l-lolson, Davis, Ehr-
harl, Wesllake, Alkisson.
Second Row: Buesch, l-lassel,
l-linkle, King, Rainer,
BoH'om Row: Adams, Grung,
Grinker, Rohan, Yale, Men-
Top Row: Magie, Macomber,
Beacom, Magee, Kearney,
Moore, Clarke, Embree.
Third Row: von Brauchiisch,
Nickel, O'Brien, Gueriin,
Brooker, Garner, Plonsker,
Second Row: Sperlus, Rich-
burg, Dorgan, Kirk, Yonkers,
Ward, l-lopper, Boodell.
BoHom Row: Mr. Henderson,
Warren, Eisenberg, Arlhur,
Veeder, Ripploerger, Roberl-
Top Row: Lloyd, Goodyear,
Lowe, Will, Slrub, Mulher,
Third Row: King, Doriman
O'Brien, l-liken, l-lildner,
Second Row Bender, McCabe,
Meyer, Smaha, Rodgers, Ku-
biak, Moulding, Simonds.
Bo'Hom Row: Mr. l-lurley,
Raub, Baby, James, Resnick,
Top Row: Vanderwiclcen, Kanrf
Re-mer, Sfreeler, Miller
Singleron, Taylor, Harlan-
Third Row: Davenporr, Coolc,
Bali, Howard, Burnham, Ar-
Second Row: Sharpe, Blorn
Paschen, Parsons, Schoenv
roclc, Graham, McDavicl,
BoHom Row: Mr. Irwin, Huy-
ler, Borcherdl, Wieholdl,
Randolph, Siebel, Jones.
Top Row: Beclcer, Jones, Bliss.
Ferguson, Ross, Burchmore,
Third Row: Morrison, Brown,
Nicholls, Cooper, Grung,
Second Row: Salzman, Van
Weyk, We-lbourne, Goodall,
Sloops, Purcell, Keserr.
BoHom Row: Mrs. Krieg, Mer-
ar, Rornaclc, Maremonr, Vig-
Top Row: Eckhouse, Adams
Slrylcer, Rasmussen, Poulosl
Vaos, Robinson, McCabe.
Third Row: Fermann, Liebe
man, Allen, Herzog, Wal-
lace, Bagge, Sleglich, Hal-
Second Row: Engel, Fleisher
Klein,Gri1CIin, Kemper, Johnl
Bo'Hom Row: Mr, Landwer
Shoop, Smirh, Berger, Ross
Gardner, Sloss, Boeclceler.
MISS LA PORTE
Top Row: McConnell, Salis-
bury, Leach, Knobel, Leirner
Braun, Clarlce, Nehlsen.
Third Row: Kaslel, Driscoll
Finlc, Knappsfein, Sergenr
Second Row: Goodrich, Zib
ble, Pleus, Harnsberger, De
BoHorn Row: Miss Lalaorle
Zimmerman, Blumberg, Fra
ser, McKeown, Floun.
Top Row: Micldlelon, Mills,
Kendall, McGee, Welzel,
Pyle, Wiseman, Sharnberg.
Third Row: Crow, Anderson
I-lerberl, I-Ilavacek, Berlel
Second Row: Surron, Jump
Layden, O'KieI'le, Spero
Mangel, Burgess, Fliggin-
Bolfom Row: M r. Lauer
Fisher, Arrnslrong, Porler
Slrassheim, Reed, Rlunkell
Top Row: Ollerslrrom, Palmer
Beierwalfes, Riley, Wilz
I-lolmes, Srone, I-lerhenar,
Third Row: Murry, Morse
Bradley, Kimball, Smiih.
Second Row: Woolard, Bak-
kemo, Becker, Williams
Goldsmifh, Wenck, Russell
BoHom Row: Mr. Marz, Kirk-
land, Bliss, Beinlich, I-lelfer
Top Row: Thorrnan, Leavirr
Van Wolf, Grossberg, Erich:
elrnayer, Srnilh, Belmonr
Third Row: Yosl, Kaufman
Bern, Weld, I-lorlon, Fisher:
Second Row: Curlis, Showley,
Ovson, Sedgwick, Slrassheim,
Campion, Behrslock, Neilsen.
BoH'om Row: Miss Miller,
Brady, Buchanan, I-lolmes,
Finne, Brush, Weiss.
Top Row: Loos, Frishman, Dan-
iels, Bradley, Massey, Smilh,
Third Row: I"lenrich, Merrick,
Feldman, Rasmussen, Kenney
Second Row: I-landler, Taylor,
Burrerlield, Porlre, Tenney,
Edmonds, Wolfi, I-loover.
BoHom Row: Miss Moeller,
Server, Bleser, Grinker, Mc-
Top Row: Rammon, Leonard,
Ruskin, Derrnody, Glos,
Lockelr, Lewis, I-loehn,
Third Row: Bellcher, Crane,
Schmidl, Levernier, Reinach.
Second Row: Rorler, Black,
Morrison, Pinkerson, Yager,
Bolrom Row: Miss Rarlerson,
Olson, Glaser, Kolchever,
Top Row: Replce, I-Iirsch, Tru-
lcenbrod, Bean, I-Iechi, Baker
Third Row: Yealcley, Sargeni
Carroll, Eyerly, Driggs, Reas-
Second Row: Charlion, Bud!
inger, Sanderson, Engel, Mil-
ler, Gordon, Bowland, Bales
Bo+'I'om Row: Mr. Pifer, Col-
lins, Fesier, Miller, Kayser
Top Row: Ibis, McLicl4, Melin
Wilson, Moore, DeTarnowsIcy
Third Row: Surpless, Willy
Joseph, Sherman, O'ConneIl
Second Row: Mr. Johnslon
Granger, Brilian, Peiersen
BoI'+om Row: Mr. Reynolds
Buck, Gould, Coiirell, Smiih
Boyd, Boshes, Graves.
MISS M. SMITH
Top Row: Blass, Reilly, Koch
Yaies, Racine, Buesch, Gray
Third Row: Klemperer, An-
drews, Folzer, Coolcman, Ro-
berls, Marshall, Madden.
Second Row: Uebelhaclc, Ad
din 'ron Adams Trom Cox
Q . I I
Wesierman, Edwards, Dun-
BoH'om Row: Miss M. Smiih
Swanson, Bradfield, I-Ioman
Wesirich, Gilmour, Murphy
Top Row: Cawelri, I-layes
Quiclc, Jenkins, Gibbons
Einyre, Dahlin, Garrison.
Third Row: Drake, Wells
Quick, Nash, Ailcins, Lamb
D'Ancona, Schumaclcer, Love-
Second Row: Tennani, Wiriz
Cariwrighl, I-Ierz, I-Iorlh
Saunders, Shinbach, Rorler
BoH'om Row: Mr. Swain, Ka-
berg, Ball, Sirahorn, Gude-
man, Ebrey, I-Ienning.
Top Row: Neis, Pavloici, An-
derson, Spence, Scoll, Som-
mer, Young, Felion.
Third Row: Andrew, Meieliis
DeRoc,co, Groiri, Spare
Second Row: I-Iendrey, Blaclc-
well, Singer, Kaplil, l-IazIe-
hursf, Case, McCausIand
BoHom Row: Mr, Wellingion
I-Iaines, Wallcer, Schoden
Pegoraro, Zibble, Boden.
GIRLS' HONOR GROUP
JOHN HICKS JOAN CANNON SUE MACKINNON MIKE OEHLER
PresidenT Vice-PresidenT SecreTary Treasurer
THE CLASS OF l956
Following elecTion oT oTTicers early in The Tall, The Sopho-
more Class, wiTh iTs large membership oT 67l sTudenTs, be-
gan plans Tor The TirsT soph parTy, "The Snow-Ball," under
The guidance oT adviser chairmen Miss Blanche Veach and
Mr. Lionel LighTner. The success oT The minsTrel show enTer-
TainmenT and dance was so greaT ThaT popular demand re-
sulTed in anoTher soph parTy laTer in The spring.
ParTicipaTion by sophomores in oTher acTiviTies was noT
lacking, eiTher. Work by The sophomore girls in The Girls'
Club drives conTribuTed greaTly To The success oT These
enTerprises. Many girls were iniTiaTed inTo G.A.A., and The
sophomore boys polished up Tine Teams in all sporTs.
Using To good advanTage The experience oT Lagniappe,
sophomores also did an ouTsTanding iob wiTh The Trosh-soph
play, "Remember The Day," and a Tew TalenTed individuals
also had The good TorTune To be chosen Tor imporTanT roles
in The opera.
WiTh These excellenT beginnings, The Class oT l956 can
look Torward To a promising TuTure oT anoTher Two ouT-
sTanding years oT achievemenT aT New Trier.
Top Row: Persons, Cook, Reinecke, Mc-
Donough, Spero, Yormark, CarTer,
Lauer, Will, MaTThews, Wilkinson
Cook, Baker, Moran.
FourTh Row: PaTTerson, SeiTerT, Cragg
BaTeman, Nordblom, BelTer, Hine-
mann, DeuTch, Dawes, Below, Johns
Third Row: Ruck, Friedner, WaTson
Berman Welch Decker Whi le
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Newhouse, Coyne, Lind, Diller, Hill-
ner, Devine, Wieland.
Second Row: Chase, Cambell, Ash
Kirby, Algeo, Addenbrook, Bamburg
Cavallon, Schram, Tenhune, Fosdick
Brynohc, Hawkinson, Jacobs, Kemper.
BoTTom Row: PeTicolas, Malone, Fried-
man, Grosman, Babize, ScoTT, Larkin
EvensTad, Arnold, Hess, Crain, Bayer
Deming, Siebel, Long.
BOYS' HONOR GROUP
Top Row: Waldmann, Cloeman, Dohn-
elly, Ruggles, ElmendorT, Childs, Men-
nel, Jones, Hanson.
FourTh Row: Shuman, Hobbs, Neal,
WesT, FlinT, Lederer, Zeller, Rinker,
Alexander, Miller, Young.
Third Row: l-larnrnel, Birdlebough, Pe-
Terson, McCully, STaebler, Anderson,
AlberTs, Slreenberg, Fisher, WhiTney,
Second Row: Lewy, Graham, Dressler,
STone, BimsTein, Bell, Janensch, Gil-
lespie, Hahn, Hemersbach, BolTon,
BoTTom Row: Noble, Phillips, Bridg-
waTer, Wald, Wilson, Green, Ander-
son, Amendola, Feldman, DoughTy,
Top Row: Kriesanl, Faulsiiclc,
Vander Heiden, Slaebler,
Debenham, Jones, Whilneyi
Third Row: Allin, Gebner, Ben-
iamin, Johnson, Sieenberg.
Ross, Marlin, Forbis.
Second Row: Sfearns, Porier,
Sleiner, Tesf, Holzliman, Trom,
BoH'om Row: Mr. BowermGS-
Jrer, Mariinson, Gelbspan.
Friedman, Green, Shane.
Tap Row: Benne++, Salafslcy,
Joseph, Lindbloom, Grawoig,
Kirlqpalriclc, Bealon, Payne.
Third Row: Mann, Englebrechl,
Dini, Sfeger, Eddy, Michals.
Second Row: McCully, Mcln-
'lyre, Braun, Hahn, Hoel.
BoH'om Row: Mr. Carlslrom,
Cohn, Blanchard, Nelson,
Top Row: Darwenlq Johnslon,
Houslon, Greeley, Irvine,
Glass, Mayo, Ellio'r+.
Third Row: Allinerfs, Bennell,
Burns, Hammalcer, Dolcl,
Whileside, Applegale, Van
Second Row: Sherman, Da-
show, Avery, Pelerson, Sher-
man, Risius, Gray, Waller,
BoHom Row: Mr, Clader,
Howard, Johnson, Gillespie,
Pilz, Hibben, Moses, Breg-
Top Row: Jensen, Nelson, Bel-
Ter, Wolhi, Brynoli, Welch,
Third Row: Sacco, Wood,
Laun, Clark, Ewing, Brzezin-
slri, Newhall, Gordon.
Second Row: Cohee, Barden,
Mallhews, Friedner, While-
side, Shaw, Filch, Jesperson.
BoHom Row: Mrs. Cornell,
Thalin, Morgan, Levine, De-
maree, Garner, Brolman,
Top Row: Reineclce, O'Conner,
Wing, Baker, Pelerson, Mc-
Kee, Goranson, Tenhune,
Third Row: Lederer, Coyne
Pease, Holsleen, Onlhanlc
Second Row: Hammond, Bel-
knap, Rubens, Johnson, Mil-
chell, Fieisch, Coille, Eberl
Bo'r+om Row: Miss Donham
Aisner, Krauifer, Loehiler
Kemper, Elvgren, Winslon.
' MISS EVANS
Top Row: Williams, Spero.
Deulch, Milchell, Crowe,
Van Oosierhaur, Pfeiier
Kau pe rl.
Third Row: Bryanl, Ruck, Dun-
bar, Sizer, Pelerson, Vennard,
Cohn, l-lirsch, Lloyd.
Second Row: Knulsen, While,
Noble, Goldberg, Below,
Mabie, Alberding, Eisler.
BoHom Row: Miss Evans, Rud-
dock, True, Drake, Decker,
Ward, Addenbrooke, Kenlay.
Top Row: Maciarland, Wie-
land, l-leckel, Thompson,
Wilson, McDonough, Wee-
don, Dern, Cunfz.
Third Row: Schenker, Pierce,
Milnor, Cannon, Srni+h,
Baleman, King, Seilierl.
Second Row: Sfurrevanl,
Quigley, Jacobs, Greenfield,
Coleman, Gordon, Cragg,
BoH'om Row: Mrs. Eausl, Paul,
Malone, Clark, Miller, Crain,
Top Row: Elmendori, McNuH'
Walclmann, Lill, Lane, Jones
Third Row: Magnus, Young
Clarke, l-lowell, Slewarl
Second Row: Andrew, While
Norlh, Osborne, Dauber
l-lobbs, Miller, Wilson.
BoHom Row: Mr. l-larper
Black, Johnson, Lewy, Sel-
lers, Voorhis, Griswold
Top Row: Palailh, Poggensee
l-larl, Gririin, Kopelsch, Mo-
gilnilsky, Anderson, McPher-
Third Row: Lawler, Guepin
Lillie, Graf, Zaiac, Zeller
Second Row: Adle, Buck
Fhlaum, Shepherd, Wilson
Slone, Brown, Wald.
BoHom Row: Mr. Jensen
Graf, Paulus, Blake, Ro
mack, Dresner, Rosenberg
Top Row: Cohrs, GaNun
C'Brien, Carier, l-lapp, Lin
denberq, Renoui, Showers.
Third Row: Miller, l-leifer
Glazer, Bardusk, Corser, Fos-
Second Row: Lind, Kullberg
Guyan, Whireside, Scherfres
l-lorrell, Grossman, Geruld-
BoHom Row: Miss King, l-less,
Arnold, Sault Evensrad,
Thorsen, Leber, Fowler,
Top Row: Lauer, Muhl, Kochs,
Larson, Varney, Andrews,
Third Row: Cook, l-linkle,
Schmidt Anderson, Taylor,
Srone, Eberharf, Chase.
Second Row: Peirigrew, Quirn-
bach, Devine, Cufler, Bar-
neldr, Dawes, Klaile.
BoHom Row: Mrs. Korman,
Larkin, Gray, Scofr, Gorman,
Pelicolas, Kuhles, Rumsey.
Top Row: Magnuson, Oiis,
Scoll, Koza, Rycroflr, Coop-
er, Anderson, May.
Third Row: Mennel, Crane,
MaH'hias, Hemersbach, Ada
Gillooy, S'rewar+, Thompson.
Second Row: Feldman, Amen-
dola, Golclboss, Broide
Scargle, Weber, Edwards.
BoHom Row: Mr. Larsen
Schmidl, Gross, McAuli1aFel
Perry, Olson, Gross.
Top Row: l-lannah, Schroeder
Condon, Day, Buskens, Dill
ler, Wiener, Wafersiradi,
Third Row: Duslerdieck, Lucas
Swidler, Zaiac, l-lillnes
Nordblom, Kling, Dean.
Second Row: Becker, Varney
Miichell, Newhouse, Perll
man, MacMillan, Bayer
BoHom Row: Mrs. Morris, Kir-
by, Bergholii, Jesmer, Bauer
Top Row: Dunne, Conaghan
Paulson, Newcomb, Rapp
Villiesse, Pelerson, Alexand
Third Row: Phillips, Lylle, MC-
Coy, Rogers, Alsdorl, Kal-
zin, Loclchead, Ford.
Second Row: Wiley, Dressler
Fireslone, Meany, Ross
Bollom Row: Mr. Nay, Nason
Johnson, Noble, Reuler
Brainard Kaulman, Nason.
Top Row: Burgoyne, Turner,
l-lavel, Magos, Michels, Will,
Third Row: Lund, Moran, Mar-
shall, Kenna, Barlow, Bink-
Iey, Campbell, Baxler,
Second Row: Fron, Gordon,
Berger, Pelerson, Levilelz,
Lindsley, Green, Rubel.
Bollom Row: Miss Pyle, Schae-
ler, Bernslein, Kosl, Siebel,
McLean, Marlell, DiClemenli
Top Row: Thulin, l-lowe, Barr
Lechner, Thulin, Riclcill, Macl
Third Row: l-lill, Rinlfer, Ariell,
Brown, Yurman, Salcol, Nico-
Second Row: Knulsen, Rusnalc
Graham, Raymond, Trainer:
Cramer, Penlield, Knoll.
Bollom Row: Mr. Roberlson,
Van Alyea, Broolcins, Thomp-
son, Klein, Bridlebough,
MR. D. SMITH
Top Row: Lanyi, Circuil, Bad-
ger, Coleman, McNallin
Third Row: Barry, l-larman
Long, Murphy, Breed, Mill
chell, de Campi, l-lanson.
Second Row: Wesl, O'Neil
l-lulson, Gillmer, Davie
Bollom Row: Mr, Smilh, Mor-
gan, Myers, Marlin, Dun-
phy, Fisher, Roolcer.
Top Row: Brisbine, Sleliens
Persons, Edens, Selclc, l-lager
Third Row: Friel, Slerrellr, Leh-
man, Nichols, MacKinnon
Second Row: Lloyd, Larsen
Domeniclc, Wehr, l-lilz
Drozd, Fisher, Chrisjrensen.
BoHom Row: Mrs. Slewari
Cavallon, Franden, Nessel-
rod, Wadell, l-lawkinson, Al-
MR. VAN AMAN
Top Row: Redson, Leclc, Bau-
man, Baeclcler, Mohl, Rosen
berg, Lederer, Jaeger.
Third Row: Powell, Sleele, Bol-
fon, Coon, Bauslerl, Salvano,
Second Row: Blech, Shellman,
Douglas, Hoyr, Slrudy. Ja-
nensch, Fox, Ross.
BoH'om Row: Mr. Van Aman
Phillips, l-laan, S+ar+, Kelly:
Day, Fischer, Schuyler.
Top Row: Childs, Scheib
Kahn, Robison, Nicholson
Kaplan, l-lemminger, See-
Third Row: DeLaney, Sybrandi,
Jacob, Shuman, Boyd, Flin'r
Second Row: Braue, Kearns
Kenline, Brewer, Haver-
lcampf, Neal, Garrison.
BoH'om Row: Mr. Waiers, Nei-
Zer, l-lildebrandi, Clissold
l-larnmel, Bimsiein, Mordock
Top Row: Simon, Yormarlc
Edelsiein, Thornion, Molziaf
Rearcy, Brinkhaus, Krueger.
Third Row: Thalman, Dorband
Pelerson, Knight Wafson
Second Row: Douglas, Raffer-
son, Chapman, Bohm, Ore-
lind, Siewari, Woods, Rider
Bo'Hom Row: Flowers, Davis
Ash, Basile, Shapiro, Babize
I:uTure alumni looking back upon "The good old days"
will undoubTedly Think oT The Class oT 1955 as a small one
liusT 575i compared To laTer groups which will mosT likely
number well over 600. BUT iT's a well-known adage ThaT
"good Things corne in small packages," and The Junior
Class cerTainIy looked like a good one in many oT iTs ac-
complishmenTs ThroughouT The pasT school year.
Led by Their class oTTicers, and The Junior STeering Com-
miTTee under The guidance OT adviser chairmen Miss Frances
Bredin and Mr. Rowland Wehr, The Class OT '55 proved ThaT
iT really worked well as a group. Early in January The jun-
iors organized wiTh EvansTon The Junior Swap I-Iop, "WinTer
Wonderland," a huge success in every wayI Then on The
TirsT oT May, The iuniors "did iT again," The annual iunior
girls' dance, "Well oT The Sea." Amid The under-waTer dec-
oraTions They all agreed, "This is really cool!"
Looking back on her iunior year aT New Trier, no girl will
TorgeT The iunior hag parTy aT The end oT May-who can
Top an early-morning beach breakTasT? Then in June, To
climax Their social liTe, The Class oT '55 planned and organ-
ized The Junior Prom. Here, They proved noT only To Them-
selves buT also To The graduaTing seniors ThaT They, as a
class, could organize a prom To equal or beTTer any prom
held in The pasT.
BUT parTies were noT The only acTiviTies oT This year's
JUNIOR CLASS STEERING COMMITTEE
Top Row Salisbury PeTers, Fisk, McGrew, Szonn, Shinbach.
Middle Row Graham Thorson, Mulvaney, KolTlaT, Morrison, SrniTh.
BoTTom Row Alderman Lederer, Johnson, Dohse, MiTcheIl, Daliere.
Junior Class. In The audiTorium a greaTer number played
imporTanT parTs in The '54 Lagniappe or became leads in
This year's opera. Cn The exclusively masculine side, The JV
TooTball squad, composed mosTly oT juniors, capTured The
Suburban League TiTle while The varsiTy Tied Tor second
place wiTh Highland Parlc. New Trier's varsiTy swimming
Team, which included several junior boys, Tinished second
only To EvansTon in The sTaTe meeT.
ln addiTion To The exTra-curricular acTiviTies, The juniors
were, as usual, conTronTed wiTh The "Junior Theme." BuT
again members oT The Class oT I955 were able To beaT
Trouble, and surprisingly Tew were aTTlicTed wiTh The peren-
nial disease, "junior ThemeiTis," on The day Theirs was due.
As upperclassmen The Class oT '55 had greaTer responsi-
biliries To meeT in order To lceep up The high sTandards oT
Their school. In December Tour junior boys were elecTed as
oTTicers oT STudenT Council. The Tollowing monTh, Council
board posiTions were also given To members oT The Junior
Class. Then in May and June The Top posiTions in Girls'
Club, Tri-Ship, G.A.A.,and oTher organizaTions were Talcen
over by The Class oT '55,
NexT year The presenT juniors will be seniors, Taced wiTh
The challenge oT providing The leadership necessary To main-
Tain New Trier's high sTandards in every Tield under The
diTTiculT condiTions resulTing Trom a resTricTion oT TaciliTies.
STudenT Council, Lagniappe, The annual opera, The dramaTic
plays, The New Trier News, and The I955 Echoes-all aT-
TecTed by The Tearing down oT The main building and audi-
Torium-musT go on. Under somewhaT Trying condiTions,
The Senior Class oT I955 will be Taced wiTh The responsi-
biliTy oT conTinuing The TradiTions oT superior scholarship,
sporTsmanship, and good conducT which has always been
The pride oT New Trier.
lT is a challenge which The Class oT I955 can meeT.
BOYS' HONOR GROUP
Top Row: Taylor, James, WhiTe, Brooker, Radov, GriTschlce, Bussjager, Walsh, McGraw, Richmond, Keller.
Third Row: Randolph, WaTTs, Gross, WaTerman, Doyno, Lelewer, VanAnrooy, Paulman, O'Connor, BenneTT, SmiTh, Hepburn, Kelley.
Second Row: Oelerich, Gordon, BoTTorTT, Joseph, Kamm, LusTgarTen, Herron, PlaTT, Schildgen, lvloreen, Kashian, Greenebaum, Geiger, Nash.
BoTTom Row: Weidemann, Good, Cook, OlmsTed, Lenz, Freels, Shere, Baer, Olson, Bowman, Jensen, HoTgren, KauTman, Sellers.
GIRLS' HONOR GROUP
Top Row: DeVViTT, Boysen, BarneTT, Edmonds, STone, Collins, Vollers, DuThie, Lindblom, Schuleman, Sanderson, Driclc, Cross.
FifTh Row: FuTorian, Robinson, Bone, Taylor, Schulz, Thorsen, Graham, Smi+h, DieTz, Glossberg, Hagerman, Reise, Spaulding, FrosT, PeTerson.
Fourfh Row: NeiTes, l.esTina, Siegel, Sullivan, GoodTriend, Daliere, Seeley, Dahlberg, Ruelle, AlbrechT, Schopen, Pavlilc, Cohn, Blumberg, Knobel.
Third Row: Remien, English, Guinclon, Lippman, Robinson, FosTer, Edgar, Wheeler, GaTTerT, Johnson, England, Hanson, Yager, ATwaTer, Wheeler.
Second Row: Phelps, Klingeman, Gaines, lv1omenT, PinsoT, VoigT, KenT, Sprowl, Sommer, Wyss, McNurlen, Alschuler, Hayes, HoTson, l.unsTord,
BoTTom Row: Bradley, Greene, Booz, Cleave, Shoresman, Fell, Hughes, Nunn, CroisanT, KeiTh, Klolc, Horberg, Redgwiclc, SmiTh, Howhn, Jones, Teegarden.
Top Row: l-larris, l-loloan
Michel, Swirles, Slruve, Ar-
Third Row: Szonn, King, Man-
qel, Bennelr, Brooker.
Second Row: Ferraro, Bolger,
Chambers, Oelerich, Wollum,
Bolrom Row: Mr. Caron, Rich-
heimer, Kreines, Bowman,
Top Row: Fosler, Dickens,
Feldman, Sanderson, Bair-
s+ow, Vollers, Bayless, Mac-
Fourrh Row: Voighr, Bull,
Wheeler, l-limellinlau, Kenl,
Third Row: Tarham, Gallery,
Collins, Calderini, Conrad,
Second Row: Emrich, England,
l-lughes, Norcross, Bradley,
BoHom Row: Mrs. Cavanaugh,
Johnson, Fell, Burler, Wiclc-
MR. CRAM LET
Top Row: Robinson, Grilschlce
Taylor, Collield, McFadden,
Keller, Schoenlarod, Carr.
Third Row: Sellers, Nelson,
Kenlay, Gross, Schildgen,
Second Row: Shevenson, Tas-
lcy, Kolllar, Winslon, Slalna-
lcer, l-lolslead, Kelley.
Bo+'l'om Row: Mr. Cramle'l',
Toomin, Porrer, l-lofgren,
Baer, l-linman, Ebberl.
Top Row: Payne, l-lasselman
Buck, Solcol, Whilehouse.
Third Row: Moreen, Kamm
Snow, Bowman, Ellloogen
Second Row: Pierrowicz, l-laug
Missner, Gauqer, Adams.
Borlom Row: Mr. Fearheiley
Salerno, Jensen, Yarlie
Top Row: Ruellinger, Ander-
son, Pyler, Boysen, Benner?
Slone, Smilh, Krall.
Fourlh Row: Alschuler, Mor-
ris, Krashen, Afwalerl Sprowl,
Third Row: Edgar, Daliere,
Sommer, Howard, Edmonds,
Second Row: Allison, Cook.
Brodericlc, Borg, Day.
BoHom Row: Mrs. Gallie, Bax-
ler, Klolc, Booz, Loundy.
Top Row: Boyd, Goodlriend,
Mcllwain, Seeley, Blumberg,
Third Row: Ogilvie, Barlell,
Miller, Argenlo, Holmes,
Second Row: Miss Karl, Free-
man, Wallon, Garrell, Smilh,
BoH'om Row: Jacobi, Gumbin-
er, Passman, Kay, Gilmour,
Top Row: Colbe, Frisby, Frosl,
Reclcill, Dahlberg, Paylilc.
Third Row: Driclc, Foslcell,
Friend, Leslina, Fulorian,
Second Row: Prangley, Shear-
er, Moore, Yager, Reise, Foy,
BoHom Row: Miss Kral, Tee-
garden, Slcarda, Horberg.
Top Row: Teegen, Pelers
Spollke, Cardwell, Taylor
Third Row: Eicllandl, McCar-
lhy, Sand, Rengel, Barnes
Second Row: Jehlers, Schwan-
Jres, Goldman, Kaufman
Bolriom Row: Mr. Malinslcy
Miller, Swift Goodrich
Top Row: Hanson, Gorlner,
Meires, Reinhollzen, Rea-
gan, Wilson, Klaulce, Good-
Third Row: Franden, Bohnen,
Brillin, Keilh, Love, Wein-
Second Row: Long, Lederer,
Feder, Moore, Walgreen.
BoH'om Row: Miss May, Wil-
liamson, Robinson, Daley,
Top Row: Ely, Kennedy,
Sproule, Cain, Cross, Tal-
bof, Fislc, Rush.
Third Row: Marsh ,McCollis-
Jrer, Hepburn, Coelln, Mag-
nussen, MacArJrhur, Felzer,
Second Row: Bolqholi, Frank,
Wisharr, Phipps, Sellzer,
BoHom Row: Mr. Mclzadzean,
Daiss, Peflinger, Koepp-Ba-
lcer, Wolfson, Randolf,
Top Row: Bleimehl, Einyre,
Wallace, Pyle, ScoH', Erick-
Third Row: Beal, Bennell, Mac-
Millin, Jones, Kelley, Kar-
Second Row: Gordon, Russell,
Shinbach, Hirsch, Casey, Ka-
Bo++om Row: Mr. Morey, Ha-
zlehursf, Harris, Dewar,
Top Row: Johnson, Anderson
Smirh, Slone, Weymoufh
Seiberlinq, Dulhie, Pelerson
Third Row: Minx, Talco+'r,
Guindon, Holson, Braun
Second Row: Hagerman, Kol-
ler, Knoloel, Phelps, Clau-
son, Riclcards, Remien, Pin-
Borlom Row: Mrs. James
Horrell, Ebrey, Rogers
Nunn, Peck, Reifenberg.
Top Row: Everly, Coqhil
Smilh, Oakhill, Radov, Whirf
Third Row: Slorl, Johnson, Rc
senbaum, Milchell, Reincke
Second Row: Schroeder, Cranr
Gleeson, Slocklon, Lehmar
BoH'om Row: Mr. Pelersor
Mulvaney, Arey, Kay, Tux
ner, Olson, Bonekarnp.
Top Row: Blakeslee. Bennell
Lloyd, Loebe, McGrew
Whilehursl, l-lunyady, Fellon
Third Row: Kashian, Blake
Proll, Wallers, Whirehursl
Second Row: Lucinio, Krall
Jacobson, l-lall, Trock, Glo
Boifom Row: Mr. Pink, Berg
Olmsled, l-larlrlield, Nei
mann, Olrnsled, Bushnell
Top Row: Lippman, Shaver
Wessel, Rolh, Adams, Ed-
Third Row: Walerslradl, l-lale
l-lunlley, Sullivan, Wells
Second Row: Gibson, Tara-
dash, Brown, Buhse, Clinlon,
BoHom Row: Mrs. Rarlello
Zimmerman, l-Iealh, Miner
Jenks, Crowder, Moore, l-lar
Top Row: Goldman, Spauld
ing, Lindblom, Clillon, Gal
Third Row: Veague, Lange
Schmi+T, Robinson, Schnei
der, Driscoll, Brodsky.
Second Row: Lunsford, Whee
ler, Mudge, Robinson, Aus
lin, Thalman, Schopen, Wyss
BoH'om Row: Miss Sleigh?
Luick, Redqwick, DeVoss
Novolny, Alderman, Wyman
Top Row: Drake, O'Connor
Salisbury, l-lagland, Bivens,
Third Row: Tarranl, Truesdell,
Keyser, McCullough, Pea-
Second Row: Fagel, Greene-
baum, Kuhn, Sanderson, Si-
Bohlom Row: Mr. Vernon,
Fields, Burchmore, Nash,
Top Row: Dielz, Ruelle, Tu-
veson, Schulz, Cross, Middle-
Third Row: Pope, Siegel, Kas-
sen, Barlmess, Reimer, Gal-
Second Row: Greene, Dexler,
Ehrbar, Schinler, Klingeman.
BoH'om Row: Miss Weiler,
Endres, Varney, Jones, Sloll,
Top Row: Barr, Myers, Ellis,
Brown, Layden, Wriqhl,
Third Row: Caslerline, Pollak,
Armslrong, Gardner, Jones,
Second Row: l-lales, Norse,
Van Anrooy, Voorheis, Chris-
Tie, Porlmann, Allen.
Bo'Hom Row: Mr. Weingarl-
ner, Shere, Lens, Friel, Mor-
rison, Painler, Joseph.
Top Row: Anderson, DeWiH,
Blackburn, Ullrich, Porler,
Third Row: Glossberg, Bar-
nell, Rosene, Powell, Mickey,
Second Row: Cox, Nesselrod,
Momenl, Milchelll Sillig,
BoH'om Row: Miss While,
Clark, Thomas, Cleave, Tee-
gen, Kronwall, l-llavacek.
Top Row: Walerman, Parker
Walsh, Schweilzer, Friend
Third Row: Cunningham, Ol-
dendorf, Allen, Sills, While
Second Row: lngleharl, Cook
Plall, Schulz, Chrislopher
Boflom Row: Mr. Wilgqn
l-lendrey, l-lamrnaker, Roloi-
son, Maupin, Clancy.
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SENIORS HAL LOCHNER, MARY SCHAG-ER, BARBARA BAUGHN, DICK SIMONDS
BERNIE RINELLA CECY BOODELL
MARY VICKERS HOMER GROVES
THE CLASS OF I954
The graduaTion oT The Class oT I954 will, in a sense, mark
The end oT an era in The hisTory oT New Trier. NexT Tall The
old buildings which have sTood Tor more Than TiTTy years
will be Torn down and work will have begun on new con-
sTrucTion. In addiTion, Mr. MaTThew P. GaTTney, who has
served as superinTendenT oT New Trier since I93I, will have
reTired. For "old New Trier," The Senior Class has Tried To
make I954 a memorable year in every way.
The Tall Term began wiTh The usual Thrill oT iusT being sen-
iors, buT soon The class became conscious oT The work oT iTs
Tour class oTTicers and The Senior STeering CommiTTee in
promoTing senior social evenTs. Then, Tar Too soon, busy
seniors were Tilling ouT college appIicaTion blanks as They
sTruggIed To keep up Their grades. ChrisTmas crepT up
quickly, Tollowed by The shadow oT college boards.
ThroughouT The enTire year, The seniors were Truly graTeTuI
To The deans, Miss I-Ielen Maloney and Mr. Fred Kahler, Tor
Their invaluable help and guidance.
The achievemenTs oT The class were many. Seniors han-
dled The reins oT Girls' Club, Tri-Ship, G.A.A., and STudenT
Council wiTh inTegriTy and skill. They showed Their abiIiTy To
assume TurTher responsibiIiTy in The senior Tri-Ship and Girls'
Club sTudy halls. The TalenT oT The seniors was seen in
Lagniappe, The opera, The senior play, and various oTher
Senior CanTeen was conTinuecI Tor The second year, pro-
viding memorable evenings Tor seniors and Their daTes. The
ChrisTmas dances, under senior supervision, were well aT-
Tended and enjoyed by all. The Senior BangueT, held early
in June, provided The Tinal social evenT oT Tour Tun-Tilled
As The 582 graduaTing seniors leave New Trier, They can
look back on The pasT Tour years wiTh pride. AIThough The
members oT The class will be separaTed nexT year, Triend-
ships and memories will sTiII remain. Through consTanT eTTorT,
The Class oT '54 has mainTained The TradiTions and sTandards
oT Their school and seT new goals Tor succeeding classes To
Top Row: Edwards, Dorgan, DeuTch,
Boodell, Droba, Nielsen, Vickers.
BoTTom Row: Anderson, Spencer, Mc-
Callen, SmiTh, Cookman, DoughTy.
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Top Row: I-IusT, Simonds, BenTIey,
Groves, Anderson, I-Iarris.
BoTTom Row: STorch, Armsirrong, Rinella,
STeTson, Anderson, Goodman.
SENIOR ADVISER ASSISTANTS
Top Row: Fosdick, Wilson, Simoncls, Oelerich, Osborn, Cavallon, Alger, Madden, Muhl.
Third Row: Avery, Bullard, Amos, Calkins, Shapiro, Torberr, Droegemueller, Wollz.
Second Row: Trainer, Mages, O'Kie1Lle, Addinglon, Thorne, Goodwin, Tourlellol, Murphy, Swarlchild.
Boirom Row: Unger, Keserr, Delos, Anderson, Boling, Mariolli, Wagner, Kenney.
SENIOR GIRLS' HONOR SOCIETY
Top Row: Pallon, Srranne, Williams, Schulle, Mcllyaine, Kenney, Avery, Droegemueller, Erickson.
Fourfh Row: Fosdick, Bullard, Mogilnifsky, Lawrence, Roddick, Boodell, Deulch, McCully, Swarlchild, Ross.
Third Row: Adams, Crilrenlon, Torlserl, Currier, Arnold, Addingion, Buller, Olson, I-Iarris, Murphy, Paynler,
Second Row: Goldberg, Sade, I-ligginbolham, Lind, Kesserl, Allegan, Kirk, Laun, Caro, Feuer, Keilh, Boling.
BoHom Row: Wagner, Naidowski, Long, Reinhold, Bowen, Reeder, Winburn, Krasloerg, Geller, Slanley, Spiegel, Eckhouse.
SENIOR BOYS' HONOR SOCIETY
Top Row: Wieland, Cavallon, Murray, McNeill, Lorch, Blunl, Lochner, Lanham.
Third Row: Dunlap, Weinberg, Norman, Bailey, Blulenfhal, Johns, Kleerup, Driggs, Wilder,
Second Row: Fleming, I-Iall, Greenebaum, Gudeman, Kay, Mohl, Price, Anderson, Greeley, Alger.
BoHom Row: McKinnon, I-lullman, Marlin, Orelind, McManus, Morrison, Slearns, Nyder, Rappaporl, Porler, Emery, I-ledges.
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Lawrence Pelersen was a sophomore al New Trier when he was lcilled on May 27,
l952, in a Jrrarlic accidenr. A member of Jrhe class o1C'54, Jrhis year's gradualing class,
Larry was an able sludenl of line promise. During his Two years here, he acquired
many friends among bolh sludenlrs and lacully.
Because of his enlhusiasrn and helpful allilude in Jrhe Radio Club, a memorial
plaque was donared by members ol Jrhe group. Each year lhis plaque is awarded +o
a member of The Radio Club who besl fulfills Larry's characlerisrics of courresy,
friendliness, enlhusiasm, and perseverance.
l-lis name will nor be lorqollen and, wirh The perpelualion of The name ol Larry
Pelerson in Jrhe Radio Club, his many fine qualilries will be a source of inspiralion lo
ol'her New Trier boys in rhe years lo come.
Acknowledgemenls .. ..
Adminislralive Heads ,,.,
Adviser Chairmen ..
Board of Educalion ......
Deparlmenl Heads ., ..
Building Views ..i. ..
Audirorium ....... .
Audilorium Walk ...
Main Building ....
School Enlrance .
Wesl Walk ..
Campus ..,.. .,........
Clubs and Service Groups. .57-64
Arr League ..,...,......, 59
Chess Club ...... ... 63
Dramalic Club .... ... 46
Engineering C1u'b 63
Forensic League .,... 36
French Club ......,...... 60
Fulure Teachers of America 59
Garden Club ......,..... 62
Geography Club .. ..
German Club .,..,,...... 60
Girls' Career Club .....,.. 64
lnlrospeclors ....,.....,.. 62
Junior Music Club ,....,.. 42
Knilling Club .... ... 59
Lalin Club ..., ... 60
Lens Club .......... ... 63
Malh Club .......,...... 62
Model Railroad Club ,..... 61
Musicale Club ....,,..... 44
N Club ...........,..... 58
Public Address Corps ..... 62
Ouill and Scroll .,.... 31
Radio Club ..... 61
Reciral Club ..... 42
Science Club ....... 63
Senior Music Club ........ 41
Service Club ...,...... 57-64
Ski Club ......,.. 58
Spanish Club ....... 59
Square Dance Club ....... 64
- Slamp and Coin Club ..... 61
Concerl Commilfee . . ... 44
Debale ..,...... .. . 36
Dramalic Groups ......... 45-48
Coslume and Props Crew.. 47
Dramalic Club Board ..... 46
Pacully Produclion Slaii. .. 47
Lighl Crew ............,. 48
Make-up Crew ... .... 45, 47
Slage Crew ....,,.. 48
Verse-Speaking Choir 48
. ..... 54
Garden Parry" .. ..... 55
"Gossipy Sex" . .... 54, 55
"Kind Lady" ,......... 54,55
"Over'rones" .....,...... . 55
"Remember 1'he Day". . . .. 56
"Slave wilh Two Faces". . .. 55
"The Torch Bearers" ..... . 56
Where Ihe Cross Is Made" 56
Facully Members ... ,.., 12-16
Mrs. Collon and
Mrs. Bradburn ,,.....,. 103
Eacully and Painling ,..... 9
Mr. Franlzen ,,,......,... 100
Mr. and Mrs. Gariney .,.,. 102
Mr. Ed Kahler .4.,.....,., 105
Freshmen ..,.....,..... 108-113
Boys' Honor Group ,..,.,. 108
Girls' Honor Group ....,.. 108
Oh5cers ,............,... 108
Parenls in Class . ..,. 100
Parenls' Nighl .... .... 1 05
G.A.A. .. . .... 88-96
Board ........ .. . 88
Class Managers . .. 89
Coaches ,... .... 9 0
Commillees . . 89
Olzlicers ... ... 88
Ofiicials .A... ..., 9 0
Page Girls ..,...... ..., 8 9
Poin+-Award Winners ...., 96
Pool Guard ... ....,.. .. 90
Represenlarives .. 89
Sporls Board ..... .. 88
Timers and Scorers ,....... 90
Girls' Club .............. 26-28
Board ....A,..,.,...,... 26
Chrislmas Charily Proiec1..100
Class Managers .......... 26
Commirfees, Isl Semeslerm 27
Commillees, 2nd Semesler. 28
Library Reserve Assislanls.. 27
Nursery School Slaizi A,..... 28
O1CHce Slafi ........ ..,. 2 8
Officers ...,. ,... 2 6
Represenlalives .... 27
Snack Bar ....106
Sponsor . ..., 26
Homecoming Floals . . 100, 101
Planners ..,.. .. ,... 103
In Memoriam ....150
Juniors ....,........... 120-126
Boys' Honor Group ,...... 121
Girls' Honor Group ....... 121
Officers ...,,.,.....,..., 120
Sleering Commillee .... 120
Lagniappe ......,.. ,...49-51
Lagniappe Board ... .... 24
Monilors ....,..... .... 2 4
Reserve Assislanls .. .... 27
Sludenl' Assislanrs . . .... 60
Music Organizalions ...,.. 37-44
Band, Cadel .........,. 43
Ba.nd, Concerr .,s.... 43, 98
Bass Viol Trio .... ..., 3 7
Orcheslra ...,... .... 4 3
Recorder Group ,,..... 44
Boys' Chorus .. ... 42
Boys' Ensemble .. ... 38
Boys' Isl Glee.. ... 40
Boys' Isl' Opera.. ... 39
Boys' 2nd Glee .,.. . . . 40
Boys' 2nd Opera. , ... 39
Choir ......... . , . 38
Girls' Chorus .... ... 40
Girls' Ensemble .. ... 38
Girls' 1s'I Glee .... ... 41
Girls' Isl Opera .A...,.. 39
Girls' 2nd Glee "A' ,.,. 41
Girls' 2nd Glee "B" ,... . 40
Girls' 2nd Opera .,..... 39
Treble Clel ..... ... 41
Office Slafi ........... 12-16
Operelia l"Mikado"l . 52-53
Pholography .. ...... 33, 97
Publicalions .. 30-35
Echoes . . . .... 32, 33
Edilors ...... .,.. 3 2, 33
Pholo Service . . .... 33
Record ..,.. . .. 34
Sponsor .. , .. 33
Srari ....... ..... 3 3
Echoes Record .
Flambeau, Le ......
Sponsors and Edilor.
New Trier News ...,..
Ed :Io rs ...........
.. ..., 29,34
Heads and Assisranls .... 30
Reporrers ..... ,...
Supporling Slaris .
Pregun+on, EI ......
Schreiberei, Die . ..
Seniors ...,..........., 127-149
Adviser Room Assis1ran+s..129
Boys' Honor Sociely ....,, 129
Girls' Honor Sociely ....,. 129
Oflicers ...............,. 128
Sleering Commillees ...., 128
Snapshol: .... 97-106
Sophomores ,........... 115-119
Absence-Bu11e'1'in Corps ... 24
Boys' Honor Group ....... 114
Girls' Honor Group ....... 114
Officers . ,... ....... . . .1 14
Soph Parry ...102
Sporls, Girls' . ..
Hockey, Senior ..
Recrearional Games .
Riding .,.......,.. ... 95
Soccer ... .,.. .. 91
Swimming .. ..... 87, 92
Volleyball, Senior ..
Sporrs, Inlerscholaslic ....
Baseball ......... ....
Erosh Team ...
J.V. Team ..
Soph Team ...
Frosh Team ..
J.V. Team ..
Varsiry Team . ..... ..
, . 82
. . . .70-72
Caprain and Coach .. 67
Erosh Team .,.,,....... 68
c1.V. Team . . .. 68
Soph Team .. 69
Varsily Team ... .. 67
Golf .......... . . 79
Gymnaslics ... ,. 76
Swimming ..... .... 7 4-75
Erosh Team ... .. 75
N.T. Guard .. 74
Soph Team ... .. 74
Varsiry Team . .. .. 74
Tennis ....,....... .. 79
Erosh-Soph Team ... .. 79
Varsily Team ... .. 79
Track, Indoor ..,... ,. 73
Frosh-Soph Team ... .. 73
Varsily Team .,.. .. 73
Track, Ouldoor ... .. 78
Wreslling ............. 65, 77
Frosh-Soph Squad .. .. 77
Varsily Squad ... .. 77
Sporls, Inlramural .. .,,. 83-86
Baskelball .,.. .. 84
Ghoslball ... .... 83, 86
Sollball ...... . , 85
Swimming ...... .. 86
Touch Foolball ... .. 85
Wreslling ,..... .... 8 5, 86
Volleyball .... .. 86
Srudenr Council ... .... 17-21
Board .......... .. 18
Commillees ...... . . 19
Council of Clubs... .. 20
Elecrioneering ,... . . 103
Oiclicers ....,..,... . , 18
Represenlalives ...... .. 19
2nd Semesler Group ...... 20
Sponsors ............ . . 18
Supervisors ..........,. 21
Sludy-Hall Supervisors 17, 21
Tri-Ship ....,............ 22-25
Board .. ,, 22
Commillees ...... 23
Dances ...,. .... 1 01,104
Hall Guards ..... ...... 2 5
lnlormalion Desk ... . .. 24
Library Monilors . ... 24
Officers ..,... .. , 22
Represenlalives ,., 23
Sponsors ....... ... 23
Trailic Squad ... .., 25
Usher Corps ...., 25
Verse-Speaking Choir . ... 48
ECI-IOES ol I954 was prinled by Jrhe Econ-
omy Adverlising Company, Iowa Cily, Iowa:
The engravings were made by Jahn and Ol-
lien Engraving Company, Chicago, lllinois:
professional pholography lindividual porlrails
and large-group picluresl was performed by
lhe Bernie Sludio, Evanslon, Illinois, and Jrhe
aerial view of Jrhe school and campus appear-
ing on The lille pages was Jralcen by Jrhe Chi-
cago Aerial Survey Company, Chicago, Illi-
nois. All design, layout and non-professional
pholography were done by members of Jrhe
ECHOES slafi, New Trier Township High
School, Winnellca, Illinois.
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