New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)

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To mention 21 presented With a Vast array of great number of talents, ranging pursuits to the making of paper few of his interests, he is . . . Bill Post. fL11r'ffl1'rj ...El student of literature . . . Terry Rotlxscllild delivers a report in a senior English class. fL0cHlerJ Afuzf'-I 5' '-'-f--ff' ,,.,.--- ,1- Briggitte Pollaro gels an assist from Mrs. Felrlmzm in Duncan McD0ugggall in the library. fSfei2zbergI sophomore Eiiglisli. 11311111 4 . . . a mathematician . . . Peter Addis demonstrates the science of llCX2lllCX1lf,1Q0l1S at a meeting of the Bernoulllans. fsclmlzl Carolyn Platt. john Relias. Torn Roth, and Catherine Peterson in Mr. D. Snnitlfs freslnnun algebra class. llflllll I 104' i ,,., Some of the 214 students who tool: the Nzltirmzxl Math Exam. New Trier placed eighth anmng schools ln tlle state. lRIlll'l 5 Rocket club members prepare rockets for launching at Red Key. Iuclxznm. fLOI'Hll'l'j f fi jeff Kane tests the reactions of a fropfs muscle on a kymograph as John NYells looks on. flmefflrrj 467 gif'-.M 7 W, , Y"""'!' Leann C1lI'iS1l1111l tests for a precipitate. fSl1ri11bz'Vgb . . . a scientist . . . 6 Mr. CLIACCIIIDEILIIII instructs il fI'C9IllIHlIl history class. 1I,mflfl1'l'j Niferiznl sueaker Israel Ola cmunurcs Belgian and 5 I . . . ,, . lirltxgh L'0lUIllZll polu-les before un .-Wh lllldlellkff. 1Sfl'llllH'l'gI O O O historian . . . 1 lion YYuxl1c1'g Lund Chuck Blounxfield Hlyinggj clexlmxxstrzlte judo for llle Fur Ezlslem history dass. U.m'ffIf'rj .Q ,asp X x X A Class in Crock met at New Trier for the Hrst time in niurc- llxun forty years. Left to right are Mary Ann Cznnphell, Nancy Olin, Sandy McCoy. Donna Saunders, and Joe Beclunann. lLOI'fflI'l'l O 0 . . . and a l1ngu1st. A lilxation is ollered nl the Latin Club lranqircls Mr. Mcllmvell, Mrs. Curnug. licckxnunn, Ruston, Cnrnog. Mrs. Doughty, Mr. Carpenter. lL0l'0lCI fr- if fvf 1 M x ,,.,-f. Tri-Sllip crammed foods lmriggucle. fl.IYl'flII'I', kg! f -11.gi. , 'L Mi x X l Larry Norfllof tries for a second ballot. fI,!1!'ff,L'I'j Sue Bl1l'L'llIllUI'C uurkx as an 'Tlumly Sniper' in livunslon liospilzll. fsfllllfi, He's a citizen of school and community. Pl III1 AIOTCCIICXIYI' fssi - s1m0pi1.a 4..1 211:15 t11f imc: f,1111f' il mwumeeliug. qcnlfmp -' 11:c,x 5n11Z Si .',, ' ,... K' ::, L LL L ,xK,,Q . - H i ' K L QQ. 534' f S3 Q ,f Q fi - .Z ,S Q A 9 L-- 1-'f ' X L - f f s i if M i L fy + L ' .-Q, NL L J A ,,,. ' L ,ig .P X .3 'nh t K L A W x,,, . .-., 5 : if -,QSX in A SQM L L L ,,L. ,,,.,LL A L A. , J L , L I ., A 'N' 9' ,-X QL L ' MT juz: Iieckmami lswooningj and Kent Brittau reeuact the love story of Pyrarnux and 'Tliisbv at the Latin Club Banquet. fI,0l'UlI'T, He may be a showman . . . sic . . . YiI,UI'HlKl', i jan Solomon and Corky Cluckman in Fiuiaufs Rainbow: "Huw are Things in flloccu Mona?" fL0eHlerj Individual National lnterscllulastic High School swinnuing record holders: Townsend 1400-yd. Free, 440-yd. Freel. Kiefer 1200-yd. Indiv. Medley. 160-yd. Indiv. Medleyj. Schmidt U00-yd. Butterfly-25-yd. course, 100-yd. Butterfly -20-yd. coursej, Lyons 1200-yd. Free, 220-yd. Freel, and floettsche U00-yd. Hack-25-ycl. course, 100-yd. Buck- 20-yd. coursel. lLm'lflz'rj Marv.-ein gels off 21 pass against Evanston. tI.m'lll4'i'j or an athlete Bill Dear pole vaulting in ri track meet against Evanston. Hmrflla Chuck Sweet and .lim Felclluan take the allirruutive for New Trier on the television debate show. "Rel:uttal.7' fI.UI'fflf'I'J George Brandenburg speaks at 21 council assembly. fL0rf- flcrj I 2 Q1 U.rr1'Hlr'rl Dave Odell never stops. lL0!'f,fl6l'l Grunt Hamilton describes his big game hunting days. fScl111l:j a talker . . . A pleasant discussion in the mluncla bc- tween Clark Riley and Kaye Spurway. .ag ,A 'Y-QI? ffgij AV win 1 K 114 Q n XICIIIIJSTS nf the fmsh-supI1 tennis Leann get iinul inxtructirms from Mr. Kuhler. Hmmrfflrrj WWW? fx Q, ea .' nk 1 'Nw Peter SL-hnpcn :nukes use ul llue Illllklllj s rec- ox'Llc'nlI6r'tin11. 1l.4f1'f'Il1'r'j Almost CYCIYUIIC listens during us5en1blies. fl,'vl1z'uj . . . or a listener. --my He may occaslonall K ful Mamhelrl '1 plumber Q lulpu If the wplmmuoxe glass pun lslllllf Mcflaxe 'ulcl Bulklex whoop rt up Unffflrrb Muster CI'ZllifSlllLlIl Chris Hullzulcl pmcluces anollxex' paper eucalyptus tree. lffolzfnj I4 mmsmmwzumr ..,-,- ,.,. u..,m: Aw. 2' . . ,M ,. be uninhibited . . . Mary Diettrich and Robin Berger. fSrl1nI:1 Mike Saggett and Irwin Arieff push their class friend Burt Levy out of a romn wlndow. ffnxj but he's always an Indian F313 O if mi! -A 5 r. X N v Through his accomplishments he has carved a great reputation for himself and his school. With pride in this reputation, We present ECHOES Table of Contents SPECIJL SECTION ..... 2 GOVERNIWENT AND SERVICE . . Student Council ..... Girls' Club . . fri-rship . Service Groups . IIVTERESTS . Arts . . Drama . Debate . Inklings . Playback News . . . Echoes .... Language Publications Photo Service . VVNTH . . . Music . Opera Clubs . . . . Future Nurses of America . Geography .... American Field Service . Radio . . . Alpha Trieri . . Rocket Club . . Bernoullians . . . Sophomore Math Club . Freshman Math Club . Latin Club . . . French Club German Club Spanish Club . Ski Club . Rifle Club . Chess Club . . . Model Club .... Stamp and Coin Club . Lens Club . . . Senior Music Club . Junior MllSiC Club , . Art League .... Future Teachers of America Psychology Club . . Sports ..... Football . . Cross Country Indoor Track . Outdoor Track . Basketball . . Swimming . VVrestling . Gymnastics Tennis . Baseball ..... Golf , . . . . Girls' Athletic Association . Intramural Sports . . . PEOPLE ...... Administration and Faculty Students ..... Seniors Juniors . Sophomores . Freshmen . . . In Memoriam . . . STUDENT INDEX . 1961 76 77 77 . 77 . 78 . 78 . 78 . 79 . 79 . 79 . 80 . 80 81 . S2 . 89 . 90 . 91 . 92 . 96 . 98 . 100 . 101 . 102 . 10-1 . 105 . 11-1- . 120 . 122 . 139 . 1-1-0 . 169 . 179 . 189 . 200 . 200 5 'Q 2? A , 3 1 s 'fx if ' n 'Z I ' . 'QA Q if .L AWB KA ' GP Univ:-hm mm. GO VERNMENT AND SER VICE A il' Gp ll 1111 Mike Glaser iutronluces V .1 hill f I jx Ml me Scion' I'J1sw1'l"1' jew las President Vice-prcsixlcnl SPONSORS: Mr. Gustafson and Mr. Bird. fSfCi11lII'l'g'l i .Im llowia Honor Jmyin H wi' NIIKE Clnxsliu L'uilx and Spirit BONNIE L xxmfnnn AVN W xTizlu1,xN Public liclulious Lrzs 0vHnu.m'l: Scrvirc Sogiul Special AL-livilies i g i if f , f l fi. Q Q Q ra? ,1,. 5 Z V del,-1, - f-- - . ' . ' .. '-.. ' ?YIf:'l'wIE:. NWS?" . ' . '. Q m"'m f if , i f 1 ,Q SALLY XYIZLVII Study Halls 'l'1um.iN C.xs'1'Li: Study Halls K151'1'u B1Qi.l.u1cs Asscmblies , K ANN li 'l'mis ScC1'clury Diiiuxv Lurkis Luucli Hull S1'1ax'i-1 M.u.uQriwT lieu rulinu " , ' 'gi gif' 1 X 'E f lg 2 453 5 :: ,wa V 1 w:,rg,,.4,, -, 345, V, -gjiizgil ...t Gr X . I f fl' ai 'QQ 1? M, J dx 5 A ' 4 31,8 5 mv. ' .. iw wvf eisbesisaesefii-,,fw' 1 PAT CA lu.soN Ti-cus u rc r , T71 ','l -M: jirx llmnmuxx Blu. GRANT I.um-In Hull Safely 1961-62 OFFICERS-FRONT: Lea- hy, Langford, BACK: Vuu Horne, Bl'Zl.lHlCl1lHEl'QQ. fI.nr'Hlm'j r -1 ...a n an St d t 't" b ht Reps Reformed Council promoted a number of changes this year designed to improve the functions of the organization and to increase its serv- ice to the school. The major reform was brought about by criticism which Council received from various sources during the year. The criticism culminated in a bill brought before Council in effect to abolish the representative system by limiting the duties of the representatives to those of mere couriers conveying the decisions of their constituents to Council, The bill, a constitutional amendment, was defeated by Council and refused referendum according to the constitution. However, the uproar caused by the bill forced Council to take a careful look at itself and its adherence to democratic practices. This self-examination was culminated when sponsor, Klr. David Gustafson invited Allan Rowe, a senior at Northwestern University to speak to the student body about democratic ideals. Partially in response to this criticism Council made a number of changes to im- prove the representative system. A bill was passed providing for a suspension of repre- sentatives failing to carry out their duties. Further, under the vice-president, XVhiff Jones, a workshop was created to instruct representatives in Council procedures. Din- ners were held at which the heads of var- ious committees delivered reports of the ac- CContinued on page 235 FIRST SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES SECOND SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES FIRST SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES-FIRST ROW: WYhittenaore. Hutchinson, Sell. Loose, Mr. Jensen ffaculty rep- resentativej, Miss Kelso lfaculty representative-J. Fenn, Mee Pollack. TYl1itc. SECOND ROWI: Burclnnore. Bel: A , L er. flur- ray. Robin. Kent, HCITIIIHII, Gilbert. Whiteside. fluelieh. Rosser. THIRD ROTY: Wheeler. Cohen. Otley. Beglev. Oliver. Baxter. Feldman. Huebscli. Hicks. Sheehan. FOURTH ROVV: Alfini. Ahelson. Thomas. Van Horne. Stuebner, Slxanley, Coflield, Brandenburg. Evans. FIFTH ROWV: McLueas. Scott, Hughey, McDonough, Dunlap, Ovson. fB1'rnif'j SECOND SEMESTER REPRESENTATIVES-FIRST ROW: Norman. Self. Kent. Shankman, Davis. Pollack. Van Kennen. Becker, McGuire. Carlson. Gilbert. SECOND ROYV: Bu- chanan. Peck. Baer, Rutherford. Meyers. Heitman, VVhite, Ingersoll, Cohen, Sheehan, Sherman. THIRD ROWV: VVhitte- more. Rasmusen, Otley. Fowle. Iiegley. Marsh. Bard. Roniack, Knight. Frissell, Baxter. Stuehner. FOURTH ROW: Tisdall, Johnson. Boone, Reinsch. Fitzpatrick. Jacobson, Sollis, Huebsch.. Pflaumer. Manchester. Heiclbrink. O'Malley. FIFTH ROVV: Teegarden. Dovno, Grant. McI.ucas. Dickinson, Foster, Evans. Dunlap. Duncan. MacLean, Harrington, Mackenzie. tliurnicl 2I FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES. CRULwl' ll SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP I-FIRST ROW: Newmen, Hoyt, Simon, Missner. Rosen, Sehachtinan. Parker. Foster. fiIHlI0lllIJ2ll'CIO, Markoff, Carlson. SECOND ROVV: Blair, J. Kruger. Cone. Herst. Saracino. McCarty. Cranstroni, Barker. Link. Husteacl. Rosner. THIRD ROVV: Factor. Sennelt. Caartle. Smith. Spiegel. Rothschild, Sprenger. Gordon, Braun. I-Iultman, Unger. FOISRTI-I ROVV: McClellan. YVartl. Navin. Bernstein, Horwitz, Levinson, Jones, Core, Korff, Cohen, Ezstein. Deefran. FIFTH ROW: Hynes, Schraeger. Halluni. Conney. Salk, Levin, Price, Sigrnan, I 1- Marsli, Gundlaeh, Bruce. SIXTH ROIY: Ihxtlierforcl. Cole. Otley. Shaller. Safran. Jacobson, Kayser. Salstone. Stevens. Shainherg. Cross. SEVENTH ROVV: Weatlierforcl. Maloney. Thompson, Antler- nian. VVeinberg:ger, Hurtt. NY. Kruger. Paulk, IBKTIIIKI SECOYD SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP II-FIRST ROW: Ferris, P. Carlson, B. Carlson, I Fischl, Rogers, Self. Klein, Kuh. Corcoran, Janice Caarde, Peck, Fenn. SECOND ROW: Schraeger, Callancler VVeinstein. Darcy, Roy. Guelich. Rosenberg. Ruhe, Hynes, Cohen, Otley, Hutchinson. THIRD ROIV: Dorgan, Huebsch. Bruce, Price, Kayser, Lindberg, john Caarde. Thorsen, Heldbrin , Tinkhani. Cornyn. Edelnian. FOURTH ROVV: Glaser, Debs, Hausernian. Begley, Owen, Ziniberoff, Thomas, Tinnn, Braekett, Weatlierforcl. lVIcLucas, Proft. FIFTH ROWV: Simpson, Michael, Freund, Maelarlancl. Van Horne, Sweet. Hurtt. Bethke. Whitmore. Bosshart, Zuska, Kruger. SIXTH ROW: Long. D'Aneona, Hughey. Stephens. O'Malley, Brook, Howe. R. Carlson. Qlhrnirj FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP I-FIRST ROIV: Salzensteiu, Nettleman, Smith. Fisher. Metzger, Yvolf. Hoehn. Gibson. Garcia. Chamales. Bernstein, Freeman. Cunningham. Baer. SECOND ROVV: Spiegel, Bigg. Lucas. Peterson. Lincllvergg. Newman. B. Langford. Hill. Olson. Matt. Morris. VValker, Dorggan. I-Iapp. THIRD ROIY: Tittle. Spurway, Innis. Cavett. Gundlach. Corin, Liss. Darcy. G. Langford. Burns. Belsey. Gowcly. Gorman. Teeman. FOURTH ROW: Radlolf. Brown. Cook. Erlancl, Zeller, Dnyno. Simpson. Hicks. MacLean. Sawyer. Thomas. Van Horne. Kruger. Becker. FIFTH ROYV: Heidbrink. Glaser. Oliver. Gaarde. Pettit, Thorsen. Braclaett. Donegan. Romane. Fagel. Schulz. Harroun. Wagon. Rallel. Tinkham. SIXTH ROW: Heckinpger, Colhelrl, Merson, Powell, Erickson. Harrer, Grant. Barth. Mitchell. Jacobs. Long. fBz'rnieJ FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP II-FIRST RONV: Newman, Mages, Hutchinson, Foster, Farrell. Spiegel. Blumherg. Herst. Pollack. Van Kennen, Glasser. Lindberg. Metz. Baldwin. SECOND ROYV: Carlson. Portes. Levinson. Ray. Fisher, Ingersoll. YVheeler. Miluor. Samuels, Gibson Diller. Korff. Fenn, IYarcl. Van Gelder. THIRD ROYV: Self. Burchmore, Healy. Lieberman. Perkins Sonn, Hurley, Sherman. Ijnger. G. Barr. Foster. Newman, Lammers, Hynes. FOURTH ROIV: Jones Gore. Cohen. Otley, Salstone. Syfert. Sprague. Herbenar, Percy, Hill, Campbell, VVriglit. Burrill Gundlach. FIFTH ROYV: Kayser. Elmore, Hustead, Boone. Maggers. VVatern1an, Erland, Evans Bruce, Rubinoff, Scott. McClave. SIXTH ROW: Allison. McLucas, Berkson. Howe. Kushner, Ivhite H. Barr, Youngberg. YYaxler. tBernic'j 1 a SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP I se " in - f 4alvu,fsf v FIRST SEMESTER STUDY HALL GENERAL SUPERVI- SORS-FRONT: Gore, Kurz, Smith, Eichengreen, Shankman. BACK: Alford. Sonn, VValk- er, Patton, Schulz, Hauserman. fLocfflerl SECOND SEMESTER STUDY HALL GENERAL SUPERVI- SORS-FIRST RONV: Carlson, Alford, Vllhiteslcle, Schulz. SEC- OND ROIV: Dormocly, Cam- pion, Voigts, Cooney, vV?1fll0VC1'. THIRD ROVV: Hurtt, Sweet, Fraser, johnson. FOURTH ROW: Sllauger, Heineken, Mc- Phee, Anderson. QSfeinberg'J LIBRARY GENERAL SUPER- VISORS-FIRST ROW: Scott, Gould, Haskell, Hollander, Swu- ger. SECOND ROIV: Wliener, Overlock, Smart, Kane, Hoff- man, Cohn. ABSENT: lVein- bcrger, Ryan. lSfZl7ZlJl?l'gl A . fcontinued from page Zlj tivities of their committees. Finally, town meetings were initiated at which students could express their opinions on Council's activities. During the year, also, a never-ending battle was waged to improve conditions in the lunch hall. ln an effort to change the indifferent attitude of the students, the name was formally changed to the dining hall, plans were made to remodel the room and make it more homelike, and music was added. This final attempt met with mixed success. llany people complained, if not about the idea of music in the dining hall, at least about the taste of those responsible for the programing. VZ? Another bill changed the mode of pre- sentation of the Code of Honor. The book- let by which the Code had been presented to the students was replaced by a metal plaque containing the principles of the Code to be placed in the rotunda, and wallet- sized copies to be distributed to the stu- dents. Further, plans were made and a committee set up to give talks about the Code in English classes. Finally, new plans were made by the Unity and Spirit committee calling for a minimum of one dance to be sponsored each month. The frequent gatherings provided increased social opportunities for New Trier students and promoted unity behind . Q ' .V . Q 81, .., PEP CLUB BOARD-FIRST ROYV: Foster, Saracino, Navin, Spiegel. Trom. SECOND ROWV: Tll0l'SCll. Schraeger. Hamp- ton fpresiclentj, Smith, Miss Naas fsponsorj. tL0cHlerl SECOND SEMESTER LOUNGE MONI- TORS-FIRST ROYY: Timm. Manaster Sllakman, Debs, Lund, Kindred, WVarh0ver Ray. SECOND ROVV: Honaker, Cottrell, Bernstein, Klein, Ergang, Reinish, Carlson. Alperin. THIRD ROXY: Heitlbrink. Wind- horst, Sherman. Wliggers, Hutcheson, Mc- Clory, Evans, Dietrich, Brosten. fSfl'l'Ilb?l'gl various school activities. In addition, Council carried on its an- nual activities including the maintenance of study halls, the lounge, the library, and the parking lots. By tradition, both presi- dents, llflike Scott and his successor George Brandenburg, were elected honorary presi- dents and chief members of the Huckle- berry Hound fan club. By no tradition, second semester vice-president .lan Van Horne initiated his own Pancho Villa fan club. Starting a tradition which should be pleasant for board members for years to come, Andy Price, new head of Unity and Spirit, employed seven secretaries, mostly on weekends, to help with his homework. 25 FIRST SEMESTER MORNING STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS FIRST SEMESTER AFTERNOON STUDY HALL SITPERVISORS FIRST SEMESTER MORNING STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS-FIRST ROYV: Prusow. Rowland, Ecker, Ray, Tinnnerrnan, Hampton, Wfard, C. Miller, W'l1ittemore, Corin. SECOND ROVV: Eustis, Rothschild, Macdonald, Powell, Van Kennen, Berliner, J. Miller, Core, Could. Gluclunan, jacob- son. Caplan. THIRD ROVV: Peterson. Drell. Rlieinstroxn, Shapiro. Spurway, Cornell. Whiteside, Levin, Feuer, Swansen. Hynes. FOURTH ROW: Hill, Hollander, Schneider, Kalish, Velde, Kayser. Leslie, Belsey, jones, Granger, Lang, Fisher. FIFFH ROWV: Siever, Zirnring. Simpson. Lehman. Wiggers. Raruhill. Engel, Cobeil. Johnston, Dolan, Cohee. SIXTH ROYV. Troni. liyrutn. Riclcarcls, Grafe, YVall:er, Havel, jones, Burns, Signian. Berk- son. Doyno. SEVENTH ROWI: Goodwin, llronner. Haugsuess. Macfarlancl. Cooney, Garner, Sessions, Lamson. Heineken, llullcley, MCClave. 18er- maj FIRST SEMESTER AFTERNOON STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS-FIRST ROW: Sllankntau, Davis, Center, Fairhairn, Spiegel, Kurz. Burclnnore, Hrnclka, Eustis, YValters, Tohor. SECOND ROXV: Rigg, Teeman. Button, Braun, Douglas, Reillel. Carlson, Schneider, Darcy, Theobalcl, Schiff. THIRD ROW: Pitzer. Nielsen. Syfert. Perkins. Olson. Howard, Stults. Shafer. Randle. YVohlralJ, Rheiutgeu, Corcoran. FOURTH ROVV: Levinson, Field, Ciugiss, Cundlach, lilacknran. johnson, Satlin. Lelewer. Frese. D0rIIl1Jtly'. Arle, D. Brown. FIFTH RONV: Kellock, Beyer, Cohen, S. Brown, johnson, Leahy. Morse. Frieclner. Weake. Foster. Xlvord. Graf. SIXTH ROVV: Prentiss, Patton, jacobsohn, Saunders, Oliver. Leitner, Hardt, lierkson, McLeod. jones. Sessions, Brook. Stott. SEVENTH ROYV: Champion, Oppenheimer, Deutsch. Ewen, Mathey. Brazec, Dallnieyer. Spatz. Catlin, Tauh- ensee, Clazer, Troester. EICHTH RONV: Hoerner, Cranstroni. Radlolf, Dau, Erickson, Allison, Elly, Youugherg. Donegau, Schulz, Harroun. fBer'nicj 26 SECOND SEMESTER MORNING STUDY IIALL SUPERVISORS SECOND SEMESTER AFTERNOON STUDY HALL SUPERVISORS SECOND SEMESTER MORNING STUDY HNLL SUPERVISORS-FIRST ROW: Schiff, Horrell. Davis. NVishart. Fairhairn. Fisher. Bersbach. Levy. Sauser. Ray. Feltman. Jacobson. Glucknian. SECOND ROW: Punch, Carrington, VVilson. Pitzer, Ennis. Schernan. Furer. Marner. Whipple. Whitte- niore. Chukernian. Rowlancl. Keith. THIRD ROYV: Schnlicl. IVIyers. Gorman. Hanson. IVIcCohan, Metzger. Vllalker. Corcoran. Corin. Aldridge. Brail- ley. IVright. Spurway. Wilson. FOURTH ROW: Newman. Teenian. C. Borre, McKinney, Thorsen. Granger. Beggley. jones, Strauss. Emery. Troni. Erens. Stingl. Michael. FII7I'I'I ROW: Dick. Blatchley. Campbell. Benjamin. Siever. Blackman, Riley, Rosenberg. Leitner. E. Borre. Kane. Berkson. Sheehan. Owen. SIXTH ROW: Fox. Debs. Acle. Kragh. Dolce. Carner, Forrester. Prentiss, Grafe, VVaIker. Mathey. Macfarland, VVoIaben. SEVENTH ROWV: Hardt. Ryan. Clifton. Browning. McKernan. Hixon. Dellow. Bueseh. EICHTH ROWV: Hattis. Maytnier. Allison. Cooney, Heineken. Lamson. Miller. lBrrnirJ SECOND SEMESTER AFTERNOON STUDY HALL SIIPERVISORS-FIRST ROIV: Schilf. Schlutz. Rosen. Center. Leonhartl. Parker. Chaniales, Shanlainan. Schulz. Menard. Berliner. Hardin. SECOND ROIV: Cornell. Howard. Nielsen. Turner. Freeman. Golclberpg. Victor. Bacon, Innis, Fcnn. Andersen, Motel. THIRD RONV: Braun. Schuman. Thalniann. Caertner. Hauserrnan. Thompson, Sehraeger. Roy. IVilson. Drell. I'ICIlCll11iIlll. Brown. FOURTH ROIY: Cohen. Passnian. Strauss. Kinihall. Emhree. Blettner. Price. Coleman, Zeller, Larrnee. Lelewer. Pinsof. FIFTH ROW: Acle. Fried- lancler. Heidhrink. Lehman. Sliowerinan. Tatel. Morse, Baker, Frierlner, Kayser, Schillo. Lager. SIXTH ROIV: Cummings. Van Horne. Macfarlancl, Weake. Swope. Matt. Selzer. Cross. McNulty. WVillhite. Curry. Woollett, Grais. SEVENTH ROXV: Carr. Saunders. Deutsch. Kahn. Mohrruan, Boyd, Burrows, Stewart. Raclloll. Miller. Granstroin. llirrnicj 27 ' - , . -an X T1N,i Sw.iNsi5N Susi is Siynlusitc President Vice-president ' -are as .i'.,,, ' ANNE Sizrr Secrcta ry . , Jusrixlt B1"r'roN jumia Bi.AcKivizi.i. Treasurer Clmiinian of the Representatives CLASS MANAGERS: Blackwell, Boylston, Stephens, Isgrig. lStcinl1c'rgl SPONSORS: Miss Wagner, Miss Kixmiller. fS!einbergl More services by more girls characterized the club's activities F CN 9!A!y4 Kgs Girls' Club E pands sf i ,ll All of Girls' Clubls activities during the year were characterized by a conscious ef- fort on the part of its leaders to increase its activities to keep up with its ever-ex- panding membership. Aiding the entire stu- dent body by such activities as running food and d1'ink concessions at home football games, Girls' Club was able to achieve its goal-to make the female population of New Trier a happier, more closely knit, and more charitable group. The club's most unique effort was the establishment of a student-run paperback 28 book store, located outside the dining hall and open during all lunch periods. VVith the money raised from the bookstore, C0111- bined with that from the food concessions and the annual magazine drive ffrom which over 540,000 was collectedl, Girls' Club was able to grant college scholarships to needy senior girls. ln the late fall, Girls' Club combined forces with Tri-Ship to conduct the biennial canned foods drive. The student body, in a surge of last minute enthusiasm, reached and topped its goal. Later in the school year these two major clubs again worked together, this time raising more than their goal of S3700 for the United Fund drive. Girls, Club also sponsored Christmas and Spring adviser room projects. VVorking towards promoting a spirit of amity among all New Trier girls regardless of class, Girls' Club sponsored a freshman- senior party, a friendly week culminating in a friendly banquet, a banquet for new girls, a father-daughter dinner dance, a fashion show, and a hag party for each class. A . T M gtg? kv , V .Q - fa -' .- .. Q ' . qv- .X Q... "' . . xr' W' ' ' v 'ff ' . -sf',.N "tis J A . rafeiiflfii jrxx Buonuiuex Msuv Lol: Xlowrmhrc .lovClx.xNnLr11c Jim. Il1:lrn.xN Kvrugx Iscnun Charity Social Friendly Financial he-slnucu f-f V 5: , . ' Y , . . ,rf , VAWL W. - F I R k . ,. WW .fn ,X I . Q '12 T , -'Lg ' I I Kr ., y R, . gv3.,., . . ,, . Ln. EIKEICHAIYI' Srx1zLg.r:vAlimu xx Llxnvlqlilriiinnflmnnx Emp oymcnt erviee 'lllillll'l?l M.ucv Gn.vn,vu Put Emil-:lr lSoQlmmore tSuQliomore lSopluunmre Service Employment asslsrantj asslstaulj asslstuntl 'Fmurv lin.:-inifzlnmr Art I ' Q , 5.1 .Vkf iz: 1 ,' A TIIARDEE S'rn.uto1xN Friendly lSopl1onx0rc assistant, - '..,., v X' . em . .WJ Ay., . .. , . . .M 1 4 rn yfgrnv .rr , Aggie- . Dulxnv SETI-lxliss Ku:EN Iillzuniznc Public Relations Projects Broderick sets tables for the .Iune Daddy-Duugllter Dinner Dance. ICU- llflll 1-'E " -?T"w 335427 ,.. V G K 2 .,,.f FIRST SEMESTER REPRESENTA- TIVES-FIRST ROIV: Saunders, Trace, Berger, IIutcl1ins0n. Hunting- ton. Kinnuird. Kanunerer. Drake, Tribbey. SECOND ROXV: Butler, Bennett. Ciallomhardo. Calderon, liutow. Griggs, IIovel. Allvveiss, Deuteli. Clark. TIIIRD ROIY: Free- man. Paul. -IOIHISUII. Eldridge, Coyne. Huston. Reinish, Renouf. Clader. Lzlssar. Davis. FOURTH ROIV: Happ. Keane. Meier. Elclredgge. Min- ter. Bates. Gregory. Foster. liuzau. Sprengcr. FIFTH ROWV: Eisenberg, Purtell. Spurivay. Belmont. Feron, Yunnq. Randle. Rarlianl. Dolniek. SIXTH ROW: Davidson. Emlzree. Knight. Tisdall. Lewis. Iiorre. Swope. tBr'rI1n'j SECOND SEMESTER REPRE- SENTATIVES-FIRST ROIV: Yu- dell. Reeves. Clrauiuian. Clramales. Stalim. Reesen. Flowers. Crossnian, Raymond. SECOND ROIV: Trom, Knott, Kullmrsli. Glasser, Yeager, Sadin. Jacob. Gardner. Graham. THIRD ROXV: Karen M. Anderson. Haggis. Saraeino. Estle. Olrlson. Bar- ry. Reuben. Kidd, Everitt. FOURTH ROIV: Clader. Palmer. Rosensweiag. Seashore. Meflolran. IVyss. Smith, Hayskar. Rion. FITH ROIV: Lund- quist. IVriggl1t. Cornvn. Foster, Karen V. Anderson. Brackett, Levin. Gund- laeli. Dick. SIXTH ROVV: Thomp- son. Lanllmort. Eikelbarner, Cerden. Belmont. Snmver, Sllowerman, P. JOIIIISOII. M. Johnson. SEVENTH ROIV: Ruseutlial. Knochel, Law- rence. IVU. Petitelair. Ivilhelm. Pllau- mer. Racllofl. llirrnirj 29 lumpi- l FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP I fhelmvy SECOND slzmiswzlz Com1Vr'rmis. czuouv I 'URW' FIRST SRRIRSTRR COMRIITTRRS- GROUP R SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES. Group II u.ne:an,wea.,xv-Q .I Qv1,1x1-lwlzlun-..f,. gv m f1 FIRST SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP I-FIRST ROIY: Carlson. Schlntz. Kuh. Pattison. Aldridge. Chamales. Myers. Goodman. Menard. Remus. SECOND ROVV: Cossman. Hegggie. Grashorn. Navin. Fisher. Yale. Miller. Hagerty. Happ. Hig- gins. Berger. THIRD ROIY: Crillith. Dickinson. Sprenger. Ware. Kimball. Iiaughn. Turner. Windhorst. Buesuh. Peck. Pancoast. Wolff. FOLRTH ROW: Spur- way. Cohoon. James. Rosner. Baer. Webb. Korll. Seaton. White. Butow. FIFTH ROXY: Ward. Eustis. Fowler. Crittenton. Kirby. Jacobs. Bowen. Sheehan. Mannheim- er. Desmond. Browder. SIXTH ROW: Lelewer. Haas. Pierehala. Callaway. Button. Pritchard. Brackett, Corin. Halidav. Wilson. Hodge. SEVENTH ROIY: Otley. Palmer. Schillu. Lager. Meier. Herz. Allison. Stry- ker. tBrr11irj FIRST S E M E S T E R COMMITTEES. GROUP II-FIRST ROIV: Schaehtman. Simon. li. Beers. Jan Hutchinson. M. Beers. Stein. Herst. Knott. Navin. True. Sanders. SECOND ROIV: Hillman. Macdonald. Stockton. Decker. Kelly. Allweiss. Tucker. Jaekel. Curtis. Bigg. Rutler. Garrett. THIRD ROW: Davis. Teeman. Langford, Perkins. K. Olson. Kayser. McKinney. Pol- lack. Wlhite. Bay. Factor. Cavett. FOURTII ROVV: Ennis. Desmond. Cohen. Dorggan. Belmont. Martinson. Lindberg. Newman. Peterson. Evers. Kopel. Turek. FIFTH ROVV: Ingersoll. Keane. Lammers. Patton, Foster. Florsheim. Richburg. C. Keith. J. Olson. S. Keith. Huston. SIXTH ROWV: Meek. Rihlon. Boyd. Otley. Nix. Burrill. O'Connell. Doscher. Judith Hutchinson. Embree. Baumpgart. SEVENTH ROIV: Campbell. Martin. Porter. Lang. Pllaumer. Bull. Monroe. VVilhelm. Cuncllach. Mac- Kinnon. fBrrnirl SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP I-FIRST ROIV: Yudell S. Curtis. Rersbach. Levy. Fisher. Eichengreen. Iligg. J. Curtis. Hoyt. Sloss. Ingersoll. SECOND ROIV: Caniff. Link Randall. Kuphal. Glasser. Conney. Vonesh. Pearson. Heitman. Schrom. Sennett. Railey. THIRD ROW: Grossman. Barker. Rogers. Meyer. Kruger. Sherman. Burson. Bradley. Hodge. IVebb. Pach. FOURTH ROIY: True. Jaekel. Spector. Goldberg. Victor. Gore. Kirby. Gordon. IVheeler. Myers. Lauer. FIFTH ROWV: Krone. Wlaxinan. Haliday. Redlich. Anderson. Kirman. Evers. Salk. Cuelick. Epstein. Hillner. SIXTH ROIV: Sethness. Shaffer. Anderman. Baumgart. Campbell. Haas. Dick. Desmond fB1'I'11I!'J SECOND SEMESTER COMMITTEES. GROUP II-FIRST ROW: Johnsen. Bloomfield. Lightner. Newmen. Magill. Griggs. Nolan. Judelson. Hoffmann. Row- land. Lieberman. IYhitwell. SECOND ROIY: Herbst. Ruchholz. Milford. Herst. Oehl. Calderon. Wheaton. Foringer. Kurz. Nlinkin. KorHi. Edwards. 'THIRD ROIV: NVIIIICIIII. Shawgrer. Snower. D. Miller. 'wVolfl. lierkelhamer. Leslie. S. Keith. Hill- man. Keane. Macdonald. McMahon. Mlhip- ple. FOURTH RONV: Ware. Palmer. Ras- musen. Tenney. K. Miller. Wlyss. Aldridge. Bates. McClellan. Mansfield. Jachym. Tully. FIFTH ROIV: Becker. Stryker. Nix. Har- ris. Johnson. P. IYilson. Cornyn. Neuman. Clarke. Martinson. P. Mlilson. VVard. SIXTH ROIV: Kessel. Sheehan. G. Keith. Meier. Howard. E. Miller. Sulkin. Rosser. Riblon. Braden. Salstone. Hayskar. SEV- ENTH ROIY: Velde. Kahler. Lehman. I-Iagenah. Foster. Rlackman. Saunders. Sherman. tlifrniel 3I VOLUNTEER RIIREAI'-FIRST ROW: Iiramlitt. Graham. Figge. Levinson. Wlebb. Turek. SECOND ROW': Epstein. Williams. Bacon. Hartwick. Beauchamp. Howard. THIRD ROWV: Huston. Topping. Higgins. Brown. Schneider. Hallum. Langford. FOURTH ROIV: IVhiteside. Shafer. McLean. Morris. Wolf. K. VYright. FIFTH ROIV: Mussehl. Cuelich. M. IYrigIit. Decker, Darcy. Neuman. Radlolf. SIXTH ROIV: Eckert. Sergeant. Dick. Braun. Heaton. Argent. tli1'r"i1irI EVANSTON HOSPITAL HELPERS-FIRST ROW: Rowland. Morris. Trace. Van Schoor. Grach. Grashorn. Unger. Crosby. De Vries. IVard. SECOND ROIV: liurclnnore. I-Ieitman. Buchanan. Goldberg. Donnelly. Fowler. Menk. Drell. Collins. Fitzsimnions. THIRD ROIV: G. Keith. Miinebergg. Howard. Windhorst. McGuire. Cepner. S. Keith. B. Hair. Rutherford. Rosser. FOURTH ROIV: Trom. MacKinnon. Fleig. Miclials. Connelly. Herz. Rosenthal. Landon. Meier. FIFTH ROW: Cuncllach. Rice. Petitelair. Purtell. Busby. Sergeant. Slater. XVilson. SIXTH ROIY: MacLean. Elmore. Cowdy. Matt. Porter. K. Hair. tfoxj NURSERY STAFF-FIRST ROIV: Baum. Herron. Center. Crach. Coagan. SECOND ROIV: Yalil. Vogel. Fell. Harrington. Hartman. Parlopino. THIRD ROIY: Kammerer. Claser. Levy. Bernstein. Magidson. Showerman. FOURTH ROVV: Finzer. Mandel. Nelson. Roesing. Matt. Burns. FIFTH ROW: Olson. Ilusby. Crier. Caertner. Dietrich. Rosenthal. tHrrnir'l FRIENDLY SISTERS INFORMATION DESK FRIENDLY SISTERS--FIRST ROW: Perrynian. Schovain. XVilson. Beguelin. Beinan. Telfer. W'ard. Levinson. Hokiu. Johnston. Dasis. Markolf. Anderson. SECOND ROWV: Grashorn. Caxett. Mugres. Van Kennen. lVheaton. Becker. Unger. Griggs. Epstein. Pollack. Milnor. Lassar, Murray. Olipliant. THIRD ROYV: Yocuiu. Gibson. Korlli. Yesnick. Ferris. Stockton. Furer. Topping. Whitteniore. Self. Butow. Trauin. Tliorsen. Liebinan. FOURTH ROW: Kimball. Peck. Mt'- Vey. Jacobs. Lauer. Stryker. Cohen. Brackett. Otley. Ingersoll. Hen- rich. Anderson. Moriarty. Thompson. FIFTH ROWV: Meier. Hillner. Taylor. Townsend. Mt-Lean. Gaertner. Herz. Lyons. Burrill. Green. FIRST SEMESTER DEPARTMENT OFFICE STAFF-FIRST ROW: Perryinan. Lipp. Truce. Burton. Grach. Sclizichtnian. Spector. Nettleman. SECOND ROYV: Heidbrink. Rehni. Rodenberger. Ren- ouf. Turner. Kelly. Troni. Schulz. Self. THIRD ROYV: Menard. Butler. Reinish. Stein. Happ. Belsey. Brown. Platt. FOURTH RONY: Salerno. Vllolf. Martinson. Belmont. Schranun. Rosenberg. Pollak. Dodd. FIFTH ROYV: Frank. Stoddard. Maynard. Matt. Heininiller. Baurngart. Schulz. EIICIIEIIIIIIYEII U51fl'i1i1'l FIRST SEMESTER LIBRARY STAFF-FIRST ROW: Olson. Pren- tiss. Seitz. Sehoen. Cone. Cossinan. Yale. Desmond. Cohen. Meier. Pershing. jones. Breeden. SECOND ROIV: Garrett. Beesen. Cal- deron. Nelson. Snorf. Griggs. linger. Hultinan. YVest. johnson. NVhea- ton. Sennett. Kruger, Labbe. THIRD ROIV: Brandt. Tucker. Ohl- son. Miller. Allxveiss. Kirby. Staub. Foringer. Sehoenbrod. Baumann. MeAnulty. Behrendt. Colniorgan. FOURTH ROW: Simon. Wlilson. Sinclair. Minkin. Baer. McGowan. Hildebrandt. DeVries. VVhite. Ergang. Hallum. Sherman. Born. FIFTH ROIV: Brooknian, Fuesh- rnanu. Hynes. Goodman. Gordon. Lerseh. Press. Hirt. Misner. Corin. Lewis. Fowler. Mat-Kinnon. SIXTH ROXV: Hurd. Pritchard. Bloom. Lana Goldberg. Spertus. Steinberg. Mansfield. Sulkin. Gorman. Mana- han. Hallberg. Morton. Loose. SEVENTH ROVV: Magera. Schoon- over. Bieinolt. Zuidenia. Connelly. MeKernan. Dover. Mainzer. Schneider. Kahn. Glover. Harrison. Lynn Goldhergg. EIGHTH ROWV: Koss. Danielson. Meyer. Runil. Boyd. Otley. Howard. Stryker. VVu. Porter. tBz'rnurj 32 Bennett. Mann. Sulkin. Desmond. SIXTH RONY: Fowler. Boylston Guelicli. Roy. Innis. Syfert. Rutherford. Jennings. Foster. Callaway Purtell. Spurway. Lawrence. Palmer. tlirruirl INFORMATION DESK-FIRST ROW: Parker. Levinson. Matz Davis. Carlson. Gibson. Wendnaggel. Figgge. Cnnney. SECOND ROVV: Troin. Polito. Byrne. Andrews. Ahrbergg. Blech. Glaser. Levy. Peterson THIRD ROWH Minter. Eckert. Ball. Herslunan. Wilson. Dahlin Donaldson. Beesen. FOURTH ROIV: Radloff. Pierchala. Wright Riblon. Howell. Heaton. Steinberg. Sxvope. Mansfield. Platz. fRllIll SECOND SEMESTER DEPARTMENT STAFF-FIRST ROVV: Shankinan. Saunders. Caniff. Trace. Burton. McGuire. Becker. Cou- ney. SECOND ROW: Relnn. Bradley. Ware. Levy. Glaser. Happ Lassar. Huntington. THIRD ROIV: Byrne. Rodenbergger. Wilson. W'est. DeVries. Keith. Graliain. Nothniann. FOURTH ROWV: Bau- mann. Ball. Maynard. Halluin. Vilolf, Porter. Johnson. Dalilin FIFTH ROIV: Knocliel. Pollock. Purtell. Dover. Matt. Raithel Swope. Moore. Ulrrnifl SECOND SEMESTER LIBRARY STAFF-FIRST ROW: Olson Postelnek. Powell. Prenliss. Nolan. Sehoen. Cohn. Twenlymun. Sklar Sandford. Snorf. Silver. Sauser. SECOND ROVV :I.awrence. Cone Miller. Staub. Sennett. Hopkins. Milford. Garrett. Goodman. Braun Schoenbrod. C. Johnson. Crosby. Lynde. THIRD ROWV: Lersch. Hirt Schaefer. Klein. Tucker. Dix. Allweiss. Lee. Gardner. Brackett. Hilde- brandt. Mc.-Xnulty, Knowlton. Harrah. FOURTH ROVV: Sinclair. Carpenter. Brown. Pach. Hellniund. McGowan. Brookinan. Sprague Mathisen. Gordon. Kirby. White. Bienenfeld. FIFTH RONV: Pan- coast. Levine. Migel, Stringgfellow. Mansfield. Hoyt. Mainzer. Stryker. Cohen. Gorman. Seaton. Boyd. Bloom. P. johnson. SIXTH ROYV: II. Kaninierer. P. Kannnerer. Ruhe. Mizell. Parr. Myers. Manahan. Bell. YVl1ipple. Gorin. Ginsburg. Siever. Koss. SEVENTH ROVV: Rion. Fowler. Gerden. Salk. Fagel. McKernan. Balser, IVolf. O,Brien. Harrison. NVu. Sleight. tBf'rni4'l v 1 1 v FIRST SEMESTER DEPARTMENT STAFF EECIOND SEMESTER DEPARTMENT STAFF FIRST SEMESTER LIBRARY ST,Xl7lf SECOND SI-INIESTER LIBRARY STAFF FIRST SEMESTER OFFICE STAFF SECOND SEMESTER OFFICE STAFF FIRST SEMESTER OFFICE STAFF-FIRST ROW: Horrell. Baum Simon. Chess. Renyille. Flesch. Rersliacli. Dyer. Rowlantl. Herron Rosen. SECOND ROIY: Suntlers. Darcy. Heitllirinlc. Hrtltllczl. How- arcl. Decker. Gibson. Moeller, Slringlellow. Morrison. Coagan. Gras- liorn. Spnrxyay. THIRD ROW: Bernstein. Freeman. Healy, Pope Rerliner. Hurley. Rronne. Barry. Ilacon. McKinney. Garrett, Uoltllnerg. Leenitl. FOFRTH ROW: Wolilruli, Kayser. Porter. Hartwick. Drell Desmond. Cohen. Hodge. Hzniserinan. Callancler. Steacy. McVey. lVil- son. Cliiiatoflersen. FIFTH ROIV: Reuben, Fell. Coyne, Sliapiio. Stingl. P. Nelson. Henrich, Hagerty. Olson. Dosclier. M. Nelson. Farrell Eiseniznl. SIXTH ROYV: Hnrmeistcr. Dulllstroni. Roeenlwergr. Hinlile Melilman. Kelly. Misner. Velrle. Purtell. Henricks. O'Connell. Raitllel Leslie. Petilclair. llirrlzicl SECOND SEMESTER OFFICE STAFF-FIRST ROW: Dyer, Shiman Horrell. Negley. Dayis. Garrett. Rosen. Stein, llracli. Schulz. Rapport SECOND ROW: Spec-tor. Rusnalc. Fell. Browne. Deutch. Moeller Teller. Goldberg. Rotliseliiltl. Knli, Freeman. THIRD ROW: Teenian Corcoran, Mt-Lean. Healy. Carlson. Fanscli, Hagerty, Canter. Melilinan Engel. Sanders. FOURTH ROIY: Darcy. Gibson, Olson. Kayser Porter. Iirantlwein. Salerno. Broderick. Leavitt. Shapiro. Motel. Chain ales. FIFTH ROW: Alperin. Kelly. Corin. Iiruce. Spurway. Newman I-Iaclclon. Marlin. Marco. Rurmeister. Eclcly. Robertson. SIXTH ROW' Lorclahl. Erickson. Velcle. Dosclier. Nelson. Petitclair. Matt. Neuman Sinipson. Musselil. Scliillo. Hodge. lB1'rni4'l Three liappy souls at the Friendly Ban- quet: Jill Heitinan. Miss Veacli. and Slielley Iienian. lS1'l1nf:l l REPRESENTATIVHS-FIRST ROW: Welt-li. Coodfrieud. Neinir, Saliliu. Steadry. Bradley. Eustis. Dawson. Sigruau. Domeniek. SECOND ROYV: Burch. Smith. Weinberg. Rice. Pearlman. W'arren. Sellers. Emery. Mack. THIRD ROYY: Rorre. Jones. Gaarde. White. Macdonald. Mc- Cosh. Teegarden. Newman. Scher. FOURTH ROYV: Delaine. Niederherger. Youupgberg. Tomb. Dickinson. Johnsen, Ballantine. Collield. Coggs- xvell. Drick. FIFTH ROXY: Trukenbrocl. Molir- man. Holdretlge. Rasmussen. Chase. Keck. Claire. Erickson. Beierwaltes, Krez. SIXTH ROYV: Wlolebeu. MacLean. Thompson. Oier- lock. Hurlt, Browder, Krepger. Green. McQueen. Droege. lBl'l'llI!'l Servic Plu New Tri-Ship projects boosted school spirit. Under the inspired leadership ot Frank Patton, Tri-Ship had one of the 111OSt sensa- tional years in its long history. By a num- ber of ingenious plans, Tri-Ship raised the formerly lagging school spirit to a new high. The first of I"rauk's efforts took the form of an all-school motoreade to the seasons first football game, at Hinsdale. So many ears participated that the entire parking lot had been filled long before the niotoreade was to start. Following the phenomenal success of its first effort, 'Tri-Ship organized a bicycle- lcontinued on page .373 .f H x X Z 1,-mm--Q.. FRANK Pxrrux President xi Cool uni LL p Holi I.0per directing trallic. llfixrizl TRI-SHIP SPONSORS-Left to Right: Mr. I7rantzen. Mr. Liglilner. ' Mr. xlzunes. Mr. Jensen. Mr. Ifsarey. Dr. Rude. Mr. Clark. IVV' Du ig I1 rlauixo Seeielaiy v : . . . I inns C. url'liN'rl-in 1 ,K X ' l. A P as ' WJ! If 56 X e 5 uw.. Treasurer W- ::- "1:1vz::2f R N 'BS' fi 4 . , 'Fmt BucN1z'1"1' Uslxcl Corps f. ., ,, My - V. W,11W, 1,3 V51 if l:v1l Rouliu KL RL Srnlvx' li1Nx'n13 I Z 1 lik . -4 Lyy- 38 ' v TA ,, 2 ' ,:,,x2'. ,jg ,2 ,, w, , if Hi- X A H ' ,"1' , N,, it in , ,Q A 4' :.,r ,fi-.f . 0 ,,,e ,:::,- Q . f.'v- wr., L V, - qi, . Wux'xluu1'u Klum. xxn Cqlcux' Aurxms l.mu-A. C wrwxrlu 11 L nun' jus Club junior Cluulrmalu Soplmlnmc Cl1:urm.m llxucc Patton conducts au outdoor pep rally. " Y Blu. liuxuuusox TrzxHic' Squad Dirk Wouflf 'l'inkcLh f fl - if my '1 - 4 S'l'IiVlL lJli1'l'l.lnl.xx Scrvlrc 'l'l:lun' C.xM1'1xr:l,I. Publlc Kelulluns ,H ' ' rl w.,,W sw K A-K3ffu,q,g,w-4 - 1 .-. ,W Q D wif Ouuu. Lugninppc "N" CLUB-FIRST ROW: Wishart. Isaacs. Schneider. Cohen. Barack. Prentiss. Barnhill. Burns. Emery. Mc- Dougall. Bennett. Nanini. SECOND RONY: Diamond. Rohlen. Carpenter. Heidbrink. J. Ade. May. Kassen. Law- rence. T. Ade. NVollf. Jones. Jennings. Crow. THIRD ROW: Griggs. Andreas. Kragh. Brandell. Abelson. Depperinan, Allini, Campion. Sakol. Tinnn. Hender- son. Barnett. Margolis. FOURTH ROYY: Adams. Lynch. Kurz. Van Horne. An- derson. Thorsen. Braekett. Pierce. Pet- tit. Hixon. Blatehford. Lyons. Zinkil. Coettsche. FIFTH ROIY: Kiefer, Ewen. Rice. Oppenheimer. Voigts. Et- nyre. Hollander. Coolidge. Branden- burg. Meyn. Sweet. Barnhoeft. Long. SIXTH ROYV: Lavin. Keck. Doscher. Stewart. Bronner. Brook. Scott. Bar- nicke. hVCE1fllCl'f0fCl. Haugsness. Flem- ing. Haskell. Holmes. SEVENTH ROYV: Patton. Kruger. Kirkland. Green. Stonieli, Brannen. Mereein. Phemister. Clifton. Vilolff. flivriiifj tContinued from page 353 cade, and later a peoplecade, to home games. At the last game of the season, a barrage of 2000 green balloons was released as a salute to the team. Not all of Tri-Shipls new endeavors took such a frivolous formg in another Tri-Ship inspired project, 951k of the New Trier boys went to various settlement houses and other charitable institutions throughout the Chicago area to serve as volunteer workers. In addition, Tri-Ship carried out its reg- ular responsibilities. It again sponsored five dances. The Usher Corps was very efficient at the two big events of the year, Lagniappe and the spring opera, and at the other events such as plays and baquets as well. The banquet Committee planned all of the sports banquets and the lfother-Son Banquet. In addition, it was in charge of refreshments for the Tri-Ship dances. The Charity Committee had a busy sea- son. Together with Girls' Club, the com- mittee sponsored the United Fund Drive and the Canned Foods Drive. Both were tremendously successfulg the Canned Foods Drive surpassed its previous record total of 44,400 C3115 by approximately 7,000 and 4,713 dollars were collected in the United Fund Drive. The Service Committee supplied door guards and supported the information and the student employment services. The Ticket Committee handled ticket sales for Lagniappe and for the opera, "Fin- ian's Rainbow,'l which was a complete sellout. The Arrangements Committee planned the Homecoming Parade, which, because many organizations built elaborate and imaginative floats, was most impressive. The Public Relations Committee in- formed our community as well as other high schools about New Trier activities. All in all, Tri-Ship had one of its most successful seasons since its organization. 5 37 TRAFFIC SQUAD. IQROYP I-FIRST ROW: Wis- hart. Paul. Loper. Ade. Van Ilnrne. Lukasik. Caarde. Kalish. liruce IIlll'ClI. SECOND RUIY: lirian Ilciflbrink. Orxvigg. Wexler. Kaplan. Clrossinan. crruan. I.2l1l1JQCllID2lCl1. Wh Henderson. TI-IIRD Freund. Yuclell. VVilll1itv:. Cross. Simon. Rug Henderson. Stnelmner. Cogswcll. FUl'RTI'I Hutcheson. Clayton. McLeod. Carlstedt. Barns. man. Fagel. Petterneu. Frenxel. FII-"FII ROW: Burch Haus- R0 W1 e rs. S ROW Fried- I'Iol lander. Dooherty. Radlofl. Hoza. Stephens. Kruger. Mann. Burrows. Mitchell. iB1'I'HI1'l President Frank Patton addresses the assembly at the Mother-Son Ban- quet. tlnffflzfrj SOPHOMORE MESSENGER CORPS-FRONT: Evans. ATTENDANCE CORPS-FIRST ROW: Sheldon Berger. Dreu. Russell. Ciastwirth. North. Franz. Tinkharn. SECOND RUIY: Sorkin. Iiargi. Eustis. Tobin. Exans, Ferdrnan. S0unelm.n. Cornyn. THIRD ICUIY: Hearn. Johnston. Stern. Usterherg. Dover. H. Harper. Hogan. FOURTH ROXY: Miller. Deppe. Rubens. Dornhos. Ilunt-an. Marcus. Kzdlick. liecker. FIF'l'I'I RUIY: Cowen. Libit. rlqroyer. Coll. Stuart. Clark. Clifford. SIXTH ROIY: B. Harper. Fergu- son, Neer. Seller. Wagner. Stephen Berger. Hollnian. llatnen. tL?r'rl1ir'7 38 Cecil. Short. lSfl'IHIH'l'g, Thomas. Nallran. Bossen. BACK: Mitchell. Luhliner, SENIOR SERVICE CORPS-FRONT: Rosenlmrnn. INFORMATION DESK-FIRST ROW: I-Ieilernunn. Frieclmzxn. Prentise. Shamhergg, Ade PCFSIIIIILE. FTICKIIIILIII. Iiruwn. BACK: Finkel. Jennings. Barr. SECOND ROIY: Sticfel. Freund. Dresser. Rrazee. Spatz. Rosenstein. HCIIIIIHII Ads. AIISENT: Reasner. Ennery. lSIf'i11I11'rgI THIRD ROIV: Frenzel. Carpenter. Doherty. McKcrnun. KIfk'llllCIlllCI'. Sxnull. Ilivrnizfj TR-XFFIC SQIQAD. GROUP II-FIRST ROW: Sloane. Paul. Helm. Baker. Marsh. May. Stern. Tlmorsen. Lcznlw. SECOND ROW: Reich- zlrclt. Iiuzzoni. Lynch. Burr. jones. Scllneicler. Kale. Freund. THIRD ROIY: YOUIIQQIJCYQQ. Doyno. Anrlerson. LEISIQHQ. Iiennell. W'einlJerg:g. Carricre. Crow. FOIQRTII ROW: Hcinnan. Frenzel. Karlenbe f,fCl'.I'IZ1gCll2lIl. Wlmlclnen. Norrllof. Cunliclgge. Carlson. FIFTII ROW: Illcfll. W'z1ller. Sawyer. Dnllcrly. Miller. Crzlls. Clifton. Fraser. PIICIIIISICF. llfrrllfrl DOOR KLVARDS-l-'lliS'l' ROIY: JOIIIISOII. flllllliff- man. Cordon. Bree. Mullin. Dresller. SECOND ROWI: Levine. Kynlznl. Rnllllmrrll. . H u i n e s . Ads. Weiner. THIRD ROIY: Exnery. KICIIIIIIIQQS. Voss. Millcs. Ivil- liznns. I'IZlW'llIIlSUll. FOUR Iiaxns. Hzlwkinson. FOURTH ROXY: W'eIcI1. Kipley. Levitt. Dullnleyer. Cross. Dcppurnlan. Crow. FIFTH ROW: Frieclrnan. Fox. Elxy. Slnxlcs. Martin. Cillis. SIXTH ROW': Ruf- Iel. Kcrk. Keller. Carpen- ter. Green. Ilusscti. IBN'- nirl 5 Pr' SW'--43. ,av is 4 K' '2' J'- ag are I3 -f rg! k 4' -f " -4593 5- N? USHER CORPS-FIRST ROYV: S l o a n e , Kinoclfricncl, Borden, Stern. Spiegel, Kaufman, Persh- ing. Sonnehorn, Braun, Heile- in a n n . Rnhinson. SECOND ROW: Baggge, Evans. Cornyn, Kaplan, Vllexler. Alahlo, Cordon, Harper. ,l0llIlSl,0ll. Fox, Elliott. THIRD RONY: Carrington. Lo- per. Dells, Coll, Rosen, Macdon- ald. Slullz. Brown. Kainenear. .la- Ltohson. FOURTI-I ROVV: Wlein- holl. Sleinherggg. Rodman, Fleisher, Neer, Mcfllenahan. White, Baylor, Clark, flranal, FIFVIRH ROXV: Doneggan, Warhover, Van Horne, Anderson, Coggswell. Lynch. Ber- ger. lierlason, Lauher. Dickinson. SIXTH ROW: Rasinussen, Hoff- man, Vnigts. Whitmore, Roston, Turner. Scott, Tec-garden, Bursou, Raclloll, Miller. SEVENTH ROW: Gilmore, Fish. Doherty, Youngherg. Down. MacFall. Carl- son. Stewart. Hoerner, Maltenfort, Hlecli. lBl'l'IIll', 2000 balloons were released at the final football game of the season. fL0ff1lr'rj Knlly Rohlen. head of Club Room and Charities. and Bill Hender- son. hearl of the traflic squad, at the Mother-Son Banquet. fL0cf- flvrl A Memorable Show "Lagniappe and Graduation should be friendsll was the final consensus of "On the lVay,'l the twenty-second annual Lag- niappe show. This agreement settled a basic conflict that had threatened to disrupt the last live minutes of the show. It all started when Dr. Roland Rude, playing a janitor, stepped out onto the stage and demanded possession of the auditorium for the commencement program. lint the Lone Ranger arrived in the nick of time to engineer a compromise combining the graduation ceremony with the Lagniappe Finale, to eyeryonels great relief. Other memorable parts of the show in- cluded the three Averley sisters. -ludee Evans, Gretchen Oehler, and Ann lVater- man, singing an original rock 'n roll songg Frank Patton cavorting around as a Frank- ensteinish version of Tinkerbell, and the combined chorus and dance group playing cowboys and Indians in a manner consider- ably more entertaining than authentic. The chorus, directed by Lynn Fleischman and her assistant Tim Reasner, was the mainstay of the show and reached its high point in the loud, boisterous sequence of teenagers on the telephone. Everyone in the acting group, directed by Karen Yocum and Rick Paul, played sev- eral roles. ranging from squabbling UN delegates, noted figures in Illinois history, and a nightmareish wedding party, to a luminous Greek chorus that chanted TV commercials. Klary Lea Gibson, Rick Paul, and Sylvia lVelch provided some of the show's biggest laughs in their short curtain skits by falling into the orchestra pit, falling onto cream pies, and falling dead off chairs. The dance group, directed by Knox Northrop and Sandy Gasaway, was used throughout the show as an integral part of many acting and chorus numbers. ln addi- tion they danced two numbers of their own, one of which was an original ballet com- posed by trombonist Lynn Newton. Under the direction of glim Franklin, the orchestra turned in the finest performance of the show. Technical effects and costumes were sim- ple but striking, and the numbers were combined in a fast-paced review format with the major emphasis on comedy. llore tickets were sold than for any other four- night production in New Trier history, and the show, through a low budget and large receipts, made more money for the Tri-Ship scholarship fund than any previous Lag- niappe. Co-Directors Debi Fleig and Dave Udell may be proud to have produced a linancial as well as a theatrical success. 'T ,lim Franklin directs the Lagniappe orchestra in rehearsal. lclllllflll l.Al'lNl4KPPE BOARD-FIRST ROXV: Long. Oelil. Reillel. Fleig. Odell. Oehler. Gibson. Casaway. Northrop. SECOND Rolll: llleleh. Henning, Frank- lin. ll. Paul. li. Paul. Yocum. Di Cesare. Tribhey. Mitchell. Salinger. TlllRD RONV: Far- rell. Zlllllllfflllklll. Ford. Seller. lirowcler. Reasner. lieierwalles. Grais. Colclstein. fLn1'1flr'rj Jug: The Lone Ranger, Dick Wlillhite. makes peace between Laggniappe and Craclnatiml in the linale. lLoe1Ilerj I t . ul Ll1'CZl1Il of Harry with the llghl lnruwn jeans Ann l'Valerrnan. lSl1'inlwrg'l .lilll PHUUH- Slelllldlli Cfwk. 'wlllle lnzlians and the settlers should he friends , . fl lL1vr'fflrrl and Torn Cook as Hugo. Klfll. ancl frlencl. llmrj- flffl 42 66 99 n the Way Four lull: 9lIlQQCl'SiTI7IIl Snell. Gretchen Oelmler. Mike Glaser, and Brian Doucgan. lSl1'inbvrgl Fred Slclncy rlocs llxc llnmlwnc for un zluzllellrc nl' folk singers. lI.m'l1'lz'rJ Directors Odell ancl Fleig :Incl sponsor Dr, Roland Rude. in llle finale. QLMQIV flrrl 43 PUBLIC ADDRESS CORPS: Friedman, Doherty. Szymanski, Sosna. Licht- Illall, Selzer, Coleman. Mr. Cox fsponsorl. flmzffflrrj Robert Stickgold threads El projector in the audio-visual oH'ice. fF0xj Q 1 I Q 44 NENV TRIER GUARD-FIRST ROW: Burson. Yeoman. Keck. Post, Mciluigan. Strauss, Dellow. Lyons, S. Jones, May, Saw- yer, D. Kiefer. SECOND ROVV: C. McDougal, McDougall. WV. jones. Schmidt. D. Brackett, Schroeder, R. VVolff. McCluve Goettsche. Burns, Andreas. Townsend. Yost, Kiefer. THIRD ROVV: Graham. E. McDougal. Baumgart. Gilbert, Hagenah, Lanuners, Vinnedgge, McLean, Brew. Wright, Henman. Heitman. WVheaton, G. Brackett, T. NVolff, Miller, Mr. Essick fcoachj, Mr. Robertson Iconchj. FOURTH ROW: Foringer. Peck. Kurz. Wilson, Bulkley, Boyd, Pritzker, Fisher, Shanley, Gray. YVhiteside, Rosser, McMahon, Pflaumer. jachym. Oliver. Holland. Klein. flzfflerj ,,..k . ,. 'sssferse - - s,-.5 1 L 1. . Xu t SERVICE CLUB-FIRST ROW: Schneider. Coldinan. Northrop. SECOND ROW: Burton. Bradley. Trace. THIRD ROW: Delaine. Kammerer. Cozad. Symons. Heidhrink. iSil'iI!lH'l'g'i .Xl'DlO-VlSl7AL ST.-XFF-ITRONT: jones, Slickgold. IMKIK: Nlrs. ljoclge isponsorj, Myers. limnane. Mann. 'l0illlSUIl. Drell. Mr. lckes ispnnsorj. iSfl'illI7l'l'Qi l3L'l.l.ETlN CORPS-FIRST ROXY: Lvncle icaptainl. Sloane. Klein, Oillonneli. Bradley. SECOND RONY: Haserot. Cleave. Hedslrom, W'ilson. Oliverii. THIRD ROYY: Lersch, Koch, Rhoatles. Kipp. -Ianin. iSll'ilIl7l'I'g', Smiling Service The New Trier service groups assisted in making a smooth running school, Assisting Xew Trier in its daily func- tions are several service groups whose mem- bers do jobs from showing movies to "Science -in students to talking a student out of his illness just in time for him to make that next period test. Under the guiding hand of lllr. Cox, the Public Address Corps members ran back and forth adjusting the sound equip- ment so that New Trier could vociferously carry on its student elections, modeling shows, and dances. The members of this group gained proficiency in the 200-yard dash and in technical competency. The Service Club had an extremely plen- tiful year of bandaging "hurt fingers" or curing headaches, according to the sponsors Klrs. Savage and Klrs. Schoenenberger. Each of the members spent part of her weekly time assisting the nurses in their endless task of finding cures for minor ail- ments. Surprisingly, they managed to get most of their patients well enough to take that test. 'il wonder who's absent todayu was quoted daily by every teacher during his class period. Thanks to the members of the Special Vocational Class, under the su- pervision of illrs. Bruno, this question was promptly answered. These students deliv- ered the daily attendance bulletins to 215 areas throughout the school. The New Trier Guard is appropriately known as the backbone of the Swimming Organization, for it is through the activities and services rendered by this group that all aquatic activities were made possible. The Guard was composed of 63 sophomore, jun- ior, and senior members, 38 of whom were boys under the direction of Dick VVolff and Chip Brackett. The 25 girl members were directed by Sue Schroeder. The Guardys most important duty was conducting the Saturday morning swim- ming classes, which, under the guiding hand of the director of swimming, llr. Dave Robertson, was responsible for teaching over 2.500 grammar school children to swim. 45 ' W- I ' llflii? 125 , ,. 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New Activities Boost Interest Perhaps one good measure of the success of a club is its increase in membership. The New Trier Drama Club nearly doubled its me1nbe1'ship this past year. listing about 300 participants. Accounting for this tre- mendous growth in student interest were the many new activities of the group. A program of joint meetings with Highland Park High School was launched early in the year, with plans to expand the activity to include other schools in the area next year. At these meetings the two drama groups combined entertainment, ideas, and refreshments-''They bring the doughnuts, we bring the coke-s.l'-Karen Yocum. The members attend the other school's dramatic DRAMA CLUB-FIRST ROXV: Sternhaum. Yudell. W. Paul. Freeman. Green. Sheldon. Leouhard. Eldridge. Long, Pershing. Silver. Boon. Loyd. SECOND RONY: Mr. liuergger lsponsorl. Witte. Raslnnan. Tobias. McGuire. Kuplial. Shayne. Malosky. You-urn. Norman. Cordon. Ableinan. Dworkin. Mitchell. THIRD ROW: Koch. Loewenherz, Robinson. Samineth. Corwin, Owen. Rogers. Cleveland. Carter. Millenson. Fulton. Cuttinan. Solomon. Ketola. FOURTH ROIV: Baer. Celvan. Souder. Ervin. Barker. Urquhart. Hanna. jones. Peterson. Friedlen. Gardner, Baghy. Rielihurg. FIFTH ROIY: MacKinnon. lVhite. Rhodes. Chandler. Cihson. Reiter. Doyno. Kotler. Bienenfeld. Connelly. Keith. Kirnian, Abelson. SIXTH RONV: R. Paul. Miskiniins. Plunkett. Kresiu. C. Oehler. Oehler. Colburn. Berg, Schmidt. Stevens. Kahn. Lawrence. Farrell. Laulier. Sulli- van. SEVENTH ROW: Van Gelder. ,-Xron. Kling. Ziinberoll. Monroe. O'Neill. Tisclall. Meyer. Coffield. Simon, Snyder. Silander. lBt'I'llI1'l productions, and afterward discuss and crit- icize them. Both schools found the program valuable and stimulating. The New Trier Drama Club went on two Chicago theater trips, to Fiorello and Raisin in the Sun. Also, two professionals in the field of drama were invited to per- form: Bud Buyer, a pantomimist, and Dr. Charlotte Lee, a poetic interpreter. Three plays were presented with the co- operation of the club. Bfillze Spirit starred Sue Reiter as a spirit who is recalled from the Mother worldll by Gypsy lllelinda Gutt- man to visit her husband, played by Kent Brittan-much to the consternation of his second wife, played by Karen Yocum. DRAMA CLUB BOARD-FI RST ROYY: Mitchell. Simon. Oeliler. SECOND ROIV: Daniels. Yoeuin. Cihson. Mr. liuerger lsponsorl. lLoff1'lrrl I Renzelfzlner 1111111111 is the story of a Norwegian family who settled, in San Fran- cisco in the early l900ls which was made famous by a recent television series. In New Trier's production of it llama was played by Feather Dworkin. Other leads were Kim Ketola, Phyllis Kammerer, Tom Lauher, Ken lVright, and Alanice Yudell. The 1llr1dz1'on11111 of Chaillot, written by Giraudoux, is the story of a madwoman fplayed by Gretchen Oehlerj who wants to destroy all the evil people in the world. Conspiring with her are three other mad- women, Sally hlacliinnon, lllelinda Gutt- man, and Ann Vvaterman. 49 I'YIUR 'I'IiC'HNILVXL CRITIY-FIRST ROW- I'IZlI'l'Ill2QIOIl. Ilhoclcs. Spit- SENIOR TIifII'INIfI.'XI. CRIZIY-FIIIST KOIV: IIOIIuncI. Trill- el. ScInH'. SECOND ROW: Nec-r. I,nuncIy. Ilzunilton. Cornell. Sclnnidt. IIQY- MUUCSS- v SECOND RQW5 IWIIIUVI D1 CACSQTCI COFUUE- I I S I S11 C Kane. Koni5,:sf0rcI. THIRD RUIY: Turner. Janie s. fe zcr. I.I'!!llII FIIIIRD ROW: M Nnlty. IICICFNVZIIICS, Dznncls. l.S1'l111l:j COSTUME CREW-FIRST ROIV: Matt, Sperlns, Elnnmrc. SECOND ROWI: Anclcrson, Rapport, Oehl, Van Schuor. THIRD ROW: Herbenar, Bobbe, Jor- dan. CI1nrcI1iII. 1H11gl1r4I ,oe 1..0IIlIlIy. Peg: Cornell, Sn? Scllilf and Ginny Spiegel mix paints for the sets 0f1II111In'1vll1rl11 uf Cflrlillnl. fS4:l:1ll:I MAKE-l'P CREW'-l:lRS'l' ROXY: Selizleler. Romer. flilison. Linda Eiclien- green. PCI'SlllllQ. Laurie ElL'llCIljJQI'k'CIl. SECOND ROYY: Wlulll. Porles. Dubiusliy. Eclkliousc. Donaldson. Simpson. THIRD ROW: Mitcliell. Kidd. Wyss, Porter. Cutler. Slauh. Wuterinau. FOl'R'l'H ROW: Hanson. Stevens, Dealil. Daniels. Landon. Epstein. Slater. lHuglr1'.x1 PROPERTIES CREW'-FRONT: Yates. Dover. Selineicler, lVl1ite. Crossun. BACK: Farrell. Colburn. Lziwrence. Snyder. Cliataiu. fl"17.Yl l"ACllL'l'Y PRODllC'l'lON STAFI5-CI.OfIKXYISE: Mr. Coburn. Miss Ander- son. Mr, Ruerger. Miss Gallagian. Mrs. Gill. lLm'lIl1'rl 71 A Dwi G 'hp html? ,v C. ' ffm li' rl Carol Deulil prepares Toni Laulier for his role in "l.u5gniappe." fLl7I'flll'I'l u Mrs. Gill instructs S. il. Luwenlierz in the building of sets. lSc'l1ul:j "ll was New Yezlfs Exe and it seemed like 21 good lllC2l at the tune." Kay Epstein ol' llie make-up crew. ls,l?llll7!'l'g'l E R waxy K, ,,., , W, .,, , ,J f ' , F .drag 1 3? 4-s The Power of Words This vear's national high school debate question "Resolved: That the United Na- tions should be signihcantlv strengthenedfl was complex and dilhcult to judge. New Trier's debaters, along with al- most all other teams in the state, had an erratic season judging from tournament records. The greatest success for the team Came at the important National Forensic League state tournament where New Tri- erls varsity debaters and individual event speakers combined to win the state sweep- stakes trophy. The varsity debate team, which posted the only undefeated reeord in the prelimi- nary rounds of the state tournament, was forced to settle for third place because of a loss in a SCIHIHIIHI elimination round. An added attraction to this vear's de- bate season was the CBS television net- workls program, "Rebuttal." At the end of April, as a result of two unanimous vic- tories, New Trier entered the quarter- hnals of this televised single elimination high school tournament. Throughout this debate season, as in the past, emphasis was placed upon developing speaking ability, and learning legislative procedure, as well as on traditional debate argument. NATIONAL FORENSIC LEACUE-FIRST ROW: Evans. Edelman. Powell. Handler. Click. Sweet. SECOND ROW: Glaser. Roston. Lihit. Dahl. Clark. Field. Kushner. THIRD ROIV: Debs. Sakol, Reuben. Thomason. Ostrow, Feldman. FOURTH RONY: IVeinlJerger. Charous, Stone. McClorv. Klein. Letsinger. Pollack. STANDING: Mr. Iiovd fcoaelil. Mr. Meflee lcouchj. lSfI'iIll7t"l'gj gs VARSITY DEBATE TEAM-SEATED: Mr. McGee leoachj. STANDING: Glick. Edelman, Sweet. Feldman. Rosten, Handler. fS,f'II1lH'l'QJ Scott Evans. Selma Reuben. and Lori Klein lead a discussion on etluaelion. lSl1'i11ln'rg'l :X .,--' Mmm Inklings Reforms If one were to have aslced one of last yearls New Trier students "YVhat is 1111'- !fIlgS?ll he probably would have answered that it was a far-out, thoroughly "beat" creative writing magazine published annu- ally by several other New Trier students. Delightful though lnilings was in its own rather startling way, this type of writing had a rather limited audience. Realizing that this reputation could frighten away many prospective students who might otherwise contribute their liter- ary and artistic efforts to the magazine, the staff, headed by co-editors Sylvia VVelch and lndia Smyth, sought to compile and publish a selection of articles more repre- sentative of the school. They and the other members of the Inkfizzgx board attempted to introduce a greater variety of styles and themes without sacrihcing the standard of high quality set in past years. Inrlinntionx, let by Peter Clark, was a new-born publication, which, under the aus- pices of Ilzflfiligs, was conceived for the pur- pose of encouraging the freshmen and soph- omores who wrote wellg but whose articles often were excluded from lnlrlings because of the upperclass competition. Only under- classmen contributed to this, and it was distributed only to freshman and sophomore English classes. INKLINCS EDIT O R S AND SPONSOR-FRONT: Smyth, Mr. Pink fsponsorj. WVelch. BACK: Paul, Strauss. lSIeinIufrg'j India Smyth and Mr. Pink read a contribution. lSfl'fll'Il'l'Q, 54 INCLINATIONS-FIRST ROVV: Greene. Levin. Green. Evens. Salzman. SEC UND ROW MacFall. Wheeler. Rosherfr. Wilcox. Clark. Srhul INKLINCS-FIRST ROW: Paul. Smyth. Welch. Miller. SECOND ROW Clark Mitchell Nexon. Shaffer. lsfllllf -1 -,,,,..- PL XYBQXCK COMMITTEE MEMBERS-l7lRST ROW: Oehler. Lucas. Welch. Salzman. Samuels. W aterman. SECOND ROXY: Kregger, Paul. Heinis. Fuller. Kling. Odell. lL0t'fIl1'rj N' L ' .. I V i ,,i,zfi:Q,.f!. -v-fait viii'-EW ' 2i"fl W s 1 l T6 'U-ff I wi Lrxx S.int'1ii. Script Syryl i Witt.: ii Editor lcy Llix CIIMON ,Ions l:l'l.I.l-.Il liiiirr Sruiu NIL Nfages- ygpongor, flffgpnj Publicity Technical Business Judi Paul and Sylvia Welch. lSlvinIn'rgJ 4 ,- X , , , ., A Symphonic Theme TZC, according to l'!aybarK' editor Syl- yia VVelch, is a 'lbroom closet with a win- dowf' This externally inconspicuous of- fice houses one of New Trier's 1l1Ost un- usual publications, Pfnylmrlz Once known as the lfrlzoex record, Playback has since become an independent organization which annually issues a long-playing phonograph record of the sounds of New Trier. Plzzylmrl' '61 looked at New Trier as an orchestra of different organizations, each with an individual tone, all combin- ing to create a unified Hsymphonyf' The large organizations, including Student Council, Tri-Ship, and Girls' Club, com- prised the big woodwind section Cintended as a mild jab at longwinded speechesl. The administration was, of course, the 'llgig Brassfl and the freshmen piped out in the piccolo section, All ultimately com- bined to create one crescendo of symphonic sound, which Pfrzybmvl' entitled "New Trierf' The inspiration for the contents of the record came out of many long script com- mittee meetings held in TZC, which is still adorned with a pink Christmas tree from the Yule of '59, a rug, and the pretti- est curtains of any othce in the technical arts building. From these plotting sessions came some of P!nybm'l'.v juiciest plans, i.e., microphone hook-ups hidden in the decora- tions at Tri-Ship dances. Despite an admitted lack of staff organi- zation, which resulted in occasional "artis- tic shamblesf' Pfflybarl' '61 published at the year's end an entertaining and very original View of New Trier. 55 .NFTIIL lI.n1ffffUrj ...........,,,. Almost everybody on the AAFIU Trirr Nzfzvx reads the .Ncw 'I rwr :,.. . Vi ,,.., K, din . Q W , 1 i 'Fi W- -...WW ww., .,., M.. ,. ,4 1 -....,,,M -v X Ji -. WM ,-f' lion C1-x,x'l',uN Editor-in-1 Thief Shy Mr. Hoyle. sponsor. fSf1'illI7f'Vg, . Jw. ga L ,, ig Rox flu: K Feamnc lldimr .f fi ' W f, .1534 K 'Q .n f V 'Q llxuvrx' Luis Mzunugixlg Editor M 1 ,. 1 N mix Rmnius Assistant News Editor . 6 ,5 V , 4 . CnL'1'1ur.N 0131-xLhn Fezmlre Stull' , 1' , cuz! I n -f ra. Rox XYox1x1im: Plmolngluphcl Pnl Loxr: .Xssigrlxncnl Editor Alum' Lrvlx Copy Editor ,, FQ: L Aw ANN Xloxnox-. Fcuuuc Stull' Muni W xLxr1n Photographer 1 "' A . .El g , 1, .N , , . k.,, iff Lols Hrxxlxu Co-News Editor ,Q W : V s ii.. , fix ,en ,ZZ 157. -- E f M .Eiais -fx. ,Q-: Z.. - V mf - vi, 2 own ' Mlm: Col.ns'1'LlN Co-Nurs Editor f I ., L? af as V , 1 , .V 3 -'fs , I 3 545,1 1 Q K in ,, :sz ,vza sff13?.ug v g ,---1' -. Awuzx Sl.r1zxy Copy Editor , ' Dram QluRNs'1'R0A1 Fcuturr Staff llllnlslli EISENIHLIQG Olficc Kluuupgcr DAVE Onlau, Fuutu re Stull Q Eu S'1'mNM.xN Sports Ecli mr ,. iv--xi. '1' if! L r.,-1 sfftfa ' - 2 4-by ., grin' - ,gf , 2, ' 5 'M 'iv- ix :iff Dmul Form Business Manager Harried Press In the midst of the revels of an advanced dance class, the crunching of ECHOES, and the revolts of study hall 101, the New Trier News served the student body. Transcending this hostile environment, the News was able to accomplish a remarkable amount of journalism. In addition to pub- lishing an almost-weekly newspaper which reported the activities of the administration, faculty, students and multitudinous school organizations and teams, the Nvf'iL'8' staff undertook a couple of special projects. One of these was organizing a mock election, an event which was educational and interesting, although the results of this election did not foreshadow those of the national one. SUPPORTING ST.-X1-'lf-1f1iON'I': Felclinger. Oehl. Bridge. HXCK: Uehler. Yuclell. Salzman. lI.1u'jll4'rl REPORTING STAFF-I-'1RST RUYY: Miller. Rhocles. Roltnlan. Salinger. klapliu. SEC- OND ROW: Steinbrecher. Colclsniilh. Cfollmrn. Slxzmil. Hauher. THIRD ROW: Michael. Cook. Dahl. Seul. D'.Xncoua. fSfrinlwrgl A unique effort this year was the special two-page issue, printed for freshmen and their parents on Frosh-Go-To-School-Night. 1t contained articles of particular interest to these newcomers. a discussion of the club activities offered, a description of the sports program. and editorials written by members of the class of '64. VVorking on the Xzezcxt was by no means easyg it entailed the concentrated efforts of fourteen senior staff members and a jour- nalism class of seventeen. All five days of work per publication-week seemed worth- while, however, when, in hfarch, the paper received the lfedalist Award Ctop award in the divisionj given by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. . Lui' Despite conditions, the News published a Medalist paper. At the annual publications banquet held llay llth, the new staff for the coming year was announced by hfr. Robert R. Boyle, English teacher and professional per- mit signer, who also serves as News sponsor. Twenty-three issues and the special fresh- man issue had gone to press. The jour- nalism class became the editorial staff. Sophomores enrolled in Journalism 313 for the coming year. A new oHice manager began to discover the problems of trying to maintain some degree of order in room 1C, and new plans to improve the paper were discussed. So the cycle continued-one staff moved out while another moved in, only 11112 Boyle remained. Stall' conference: Chatain and Oehler. fW0.v11ergl 57 The busy. busy stall. flmrllfrrj The Work Is Done 522255Ziiifjififfaffled Sandwiched inconspicuously between the hilarity of the Nezrs office and the floor thumping of the dance studio was the of- fice housing the valiant staff of the New Trier yearbook, IQCHOES. The office, in contrast to the noisy hilarity of the adjoin- ing room, was characterized by the presence of subtle, but biting sarcasm, highlighted occasionally by weak puns. The office served two major purposes: to house an illicit, quasi-secret lunchroom for the staff and to provide a place for the production of the yearbook. lluch of the work on the book was routine: pictures had to be taken, unruly subjects had to be forced into line or elimi- 58 nated, the resulting prints had to be cropped into an impossible conglomeration of ill-fitting shapes. Picture identifications underwent a careful examination for the removal of pseudonyms by a staff rela- tively weak in its knowledge of the alpha- bet and of spelling. hleanwhile the dummy was laid out, designed with a carefully contrived balance between black space and white space, and the stories were written, cut or padded to fit the 'space allowed, and carefully weeded of cliches. The theoretically routine work of the book was complicated by a vast number of hazards resulting from the idiosyncrasies of the staff members. VVhile in the office, the staff and the not infrequent but usually unwelcome visitors always had to be ready to duck a missile hurled by a frustrated basketball player, or a barbed invective from a grumpy editor-in-chief. Added to the confusion was the constant threat of loud folk music, and babblings in foreign languages. Prevailing over the din were the soft tones of the staff referee, llr. Ralph Xlitchell, to whom goes the lion's share of the credit for keeping editors, photogra- phers, junior assistants, and layout staff f1'om one anotherls throats. Highlighting the year for those lucky or persuasive enough to go, was the trip to r 2' -Q , X 'L' it ' fl..g 3 ' ,if , 'ff .f 'i 'UW 1 ,. R, 2 lions Lou-'i'l,r,ic limi Lrxnr Plimogrupln Editor 1,.n-Pieune Editor ,, - ' few e 1 f - - 7-1 . -'f- AL. sf. J , ei 1 'giieti F "'-"X-' i.' Lrsx Tizrox I'i.ri-:uc linux 1. t:.,.c:.,p, lirlinn c'.t-i'it-mit Imam, ' j "9 '?e9f f .., ' I V ' . " Xxx! V Simms V11 Kr ISxlnu.'r'1 fin-tl-,px lfmlilur .Krl lftlitm' ii' I 4. x .g - .X mg' -:mv .swan xxxj' I Blutlus Sw.xx:'1z Cllllini. R1 LANL: Txpist Olliee Nlzinzigei the printer in Iowa City. during which. with typical etlieieney, the staff spent one- fifth of the zillotteul time workingg the Vest eating, sleeping. and watching class B movies. YVorthy of mention were two new cle- velopments which complicated the lives ot the stuff members. The compilation ot Z1 student index, :1 major task, reqnirerl the services of two extra staff members, the intlexers, -lane Silver :incl lllop Steinberg, Secondly, once the main issue was eom- pleted. the staff immediately turned its at- tention to the production of Il new senior supplement which treated the final events of the senior's high sehool career. Literature in Four Languages Prfzfro, lihellns Latinus, rursus a minis- terio Latino fdepartment of Latinj effer- tur. Qui, quotannis a diseipulis latinis Novis Treveris editus, poemas, orationes, fabnlas, picturas, translationes, sententias, jocosque eontinet. Ut discipuli in omnibus studi Latini eonventibus tclassesj Prrzrrone frui possint, opera tironum fbeginnersj et eruditiorum ibidem imponuntur. Hoc anno, est Carolina Hartmann Prae- fanis editor prineeps, alter Christina Ol- son. Lectores sunt Robertus Shakman, Thomas Nleites, Lynnia Teton, Elena Tomb, Josephus Beekrnann, Garius Cor- nog, lllelinda lllartin, Lovellus VVeiner, Randallus Gingiss, Kennetho Rubinson. Sandra lXIeCoy, klohannus lNIcDonoughque rebus pecuniariis, Johanna Klaxant picturis praesunt. Gertruda Drake sponsorg alterae, Bettina Keoughan et Dorothea Gwynn. Le Isffllllbfllll, la revue franeaise, est un orgjane du Cercle Francais de New Trier. La revue cofite trente-einq cents, et se vend dans les Classes de francais. Cette an- nee, il 3' ent un Concours de souscriptions. Les six classes qui parvinrent a une sou- seription de cent pour cent le premier jour des ventes reeurent des prix. Le Fldlllbfllll est encore une tois cette annee sous la direction de Kline. llorris, professeur de frangais Z1 New Trier. La revue Contient des essais, des contes, des poesies, des images comiques, et des jeux verbaux eontribues par les etudients de franeais. Ann de representer tous les niv- eaux de francais au lycee, elle comprend des efforts des com1nencjant's aussi bien que Ceux des etudiants avances. Caroline Hartmann est la redactrice en chef de la revue cette annee. Son assistante est -lean Seashore. La dactylographie est dirigee par Betty Harvey, et l'art par Judi Paul. Sandy KIcCoy est en charge des ventes, et lliekey Herz dirige Vasseinblage. 60 PRAECO-FIRST ROVV: Dr. Drake fsponsorl. Bethune, I'lartinann, Matz, McCoy, Mrs. Gwynn fsponsorj. SECOND ROVY: Applebanm. Paul. Mages, NValdo. Max- ant. Milford. Maiman. THIRD RONY: Siever. Campbell. Martin, Schulz, Meites, Beekznann. FOURTH ROW: McDonough, Ewen. Cohen, Loefller, Koss, Baren- lirugge. lsfllllfll LE FLAMBEAU STAFF-FIRST RONY: Lannners. Paul, Harvey. Mrs. Morris tsponsorj. SECOND KONY: Seashore. Herz. MeVey. Caniphell. THIRD ROW: Tomb, Hartmann, Samuels. tl.0ffH1'rj In their respective language journals, students of Latin, French, Spanish, and German tried their hands at writing poetry, prose, puzzles, and jokes. DE TODO l'N POCO-l:lRS'l' ROYY: Carlson. Stein, Center Spector. lieinish. Nlr. Martinez ispnnsorl. Lakin. Klein. THIRD ROYV: Kulish. Hinnl DIE SCHREIBERI-FIRST ROXY: Kuh. MeVey. Letsinger. SECOND ROW: Mr. .lensen lspnnsorl, Freeman. Huggliey. Ray. lL0rllli'rj vw' 'iff' 'ew .maxi .um ,f,' A .W..,,if . SECOND ROW: Kahler. Huebseli. Dr Todo im Pam, revista publicada bajo la direction del departamento de es- panol, es la ohra de aquellos estudiantes de espanol que poseen Cierta inelinaeion hacia el periodismo. Su publicaeion les ofreee la oportunidad doe expresarse artistieamente y, al mismo tiempo, diseminar sus ideas y eompartir eon sus eondiseipulos el Conoei- miento derivado de sus estudios. Ofreee, en general, como el titulo lo indiea, "de todo un poeol' en su Contenido como en su preparacion. Es decir, tiene sus sinsabores, momentos de plaeer, mo- mentos de desesperaeion, y sobre todo, mo- mentos de animo 5' satisfaction. Pero volvamos a De Todo un Poco. Que es? Arla Nudelman, alumna del primer aio, nos da la respuesta: Nu es euadernn, ni lihro mmpneo. Es la revista- De Todo un Poco. Los estudisintes, que snhen espanol, eserihieron de Cnsas como el sol. Tnmhien de las Hnres, de la primavera. Y del huen jardin, Que hermoso ern! Esta revistn, de sorpreses esta ll:-na. Y hay que decir que vale la penn. Trahajo mucho cada perinclista. Muy hien heeha esta la revista, Ha de comprarla todn In genie. Dehe leerla muy felizmentel Srl1ri'ibi'rei ist eine Sammlung von or- vwff . f uw, A iginellen Schriften Von Studenten der deutschen Sprache. Fine Sehriftleitung von Studenten unter der Beautsiehtigung von Herrn Gordon -lensen gibt sie jedes .lahr im Friihling heraus. Die Deutsehstudenten schreiben Gedichte und Gesehichten, und dann liest die Leitung diese Beitrage und wiihlt Von diesen die besten, die zum Her- ausgcben bestimmt werden. VVenn die Zeitsehrifte fertig sind, werden sie unter die Deutsehklassen eusgeteilt und zu vielen anderen Schulen nicht nur in den Yereinig- ten Staaten sondern auch im Ausland gesehiclct. NVorltlly photographers exhibit their savoir-faire. Ron Wloxhurg, Bob Loelller. Joe Steinberg, Ralph Schatz, Mark Walker. tEisz'nj PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE- FIRST ROWV: Kaplan, Hughes, Steinberg, Loefller, Schatz. YYetz- el. Mr. Smith tsponsorl. SEC- OND ROYV: Cohen, Fox, WVox- herg, WValker. Eisen. Actipes, Rau. fGIH1lZIfllC'l'l Artists in the Dark An outsider visiting the photo lab would undoubtedly be bemused at the motley stream of students entering and departing. Photographers, students, faculty members, guests of the school, and even some parents have been seen to enter the photo lab either to make use of its extensive facilities or to search for an elusive photographer or his promised pictures. Changes in photographic technique were the result of an increased emphasis on Hcandidl' pictures. The extensive use of small cameras, especially the 35mm, was adopted by the members of the school pub- lications. The small camera allowed a more natural approach to fast-moving situations. In their off moments the photographers were engaged in strenuous demonstrations of their oratorical ability or in thinking of new methods to thwart the editors of the various publications. hir. D. Smith, soft- 62 spoken sponsor of all photography work, could be found lecturing the photographers on their laziness or cleaning the mess left by them in their excursions through the world of photo-chemistry. Despite the occasional opposition of the photographers, the ECHOES of 1961 reached a new pinnacle in technical and creative quality. The ECHOES photography staff was expanded to include six photographers, 11Ot more than three of which were active at any one time. Photography Editor Bob Loeffler and juniors joe Steinberg, and Ralph Schatz, ably assisted by Frank Hughes, Rob Rau, Barry Fox, and Bob Eisen, handled the impressive task of shoot- ing several thousand photographs for the pages of ECHOES. Every day during tenth period they could be found lounging around the phone in the photo-lab eagerly awaiting new candid assignments. The installation of a remote control button from the ECHOES office was delayed when it was found that vocal communication was more devastating. The New Trier News continued in its extensive use of photographs, many of which were taken by photographers Ron VVoxberg, Nlark VValker, and Dave Kap- lan. In times of desperation the editors of the Nates were forced to borrow photog- raphers from their illustrious sister publica- tion rather than face the vocal harangues of their photographers. The job of taking the publicity pictures used by many commu- nity publications was handled by photog- raphers Tom Actipes and Don Boynton assisted by the members of the photo-service. The photographers of the lab continued in their fine tradition of service to the -school. Y. ANNOUNCERS-FIRST ROW: Xlnore. Finclley. West. Cllucknian. Zeiggler. SECOND ROW: Tiger. Hzincller. Roth. Wylie. Dashon. Dcllnw. ll,m'fIlrrl TECHNICAL CREW-FIRST ROW: Steinhack. Liclitnian. Weller. fiotlsllullt. SECOND ROXY: Sosna. FZHJQCIIIIOIZ. Magera. Dickinson. tI,m'fflrrl DI RECTORS-SEATEDZ: Silver. Cuttman. Zeiggler. STANDINC L: Steinberg. Gluckman. tI.ri1'lfl1'rj TH-F M is Born STAFF-FIRST ROW: Ziniheroff. Schmidt. Hartmann. Levinson. Wexler. Zeiggler. Olson. SECOND ROYV: Silver. Tiger, Kuli. Friedman, Shulet. Rhodes. Cluelunan. Schneider. Beaman Drell. THIRD ROYV: Wylie, Keller. Findley. Meites. Wheeler. Franklin. Magges. Maiinan lLm'fIl1'rl NV.N.T.H., New Trier's frequency inod- ulation radio station, has established a re- cord ot excellent programing. VVNTH, broadcasting at 88.1 megacycles per second FRI, drew upon the vast tape libraries of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters to supplement its own excel- lent programs. These locally produced pro- grams included 'lchoosing a Collegef' 'lStu- dent Foruni,U "Faculty F01'Ll1H,ll and "Pro- dueer's VVorkshop." NVNTH broadcasted seven and one-half hours per day. The station was under the leadership of Lee llitchell, Station Blan- ager, and Bill Stewart, Office Blanager. The faculty sponsors were llr. Ielces, Dr. Rude, and Illr. Roekey. Lsi:Xli1'1Hm,i. Hlutinn Muiuugci' BOARD AND SPONSORS-FIRST ROW: Stewart. Mr. Rocker fsponsorl. Mr. It-kes. Dr. Rude lsponsorl. Mitchell. SECOND ROW: Nlagera. Moore. SIL-Clare. Zeigler. Lexinson. Hartmann. tl.nrffllrrl 63 Blu. S'r11wtRT Ollitc Xlznxager u-ality and uantit The offerings of the music department were many and varied. During the past school year tbe music department, under the direction of Dr. VVilliam J. Peterman, once again presented programs of outstanding quality, both for the student body and for the public. Their hrst offering, the Creative Arts VVorlcshop, included the opera, dance, and drama groups. "The Lowland Seaf' pre- sented by the opera group, was done in a unique manner. The group was split into a double chorus-one group in the aisles and the other on the stage-to create a type of stereopbonic sound for the audi- ence. The annual Christmas Concert was given on December lltb, and later rebroad- cast on VVNTH. During the year concerts were presented by the junior music groups, the senior en- sembles and choir, the orchestra, the band, and the faculty. In the spring two .scholar- ship concerts were given by the senior groups to raise money to provide music les- sons tor deserving students. In addition, 64 these groups sang for clubs and other or- ganizations outside the school. One of the biggest events of the year was the opera, "Finian's Rainbowfl presented from llarch 22nd to 25th. For the first time since the opera has been presented in the auditorium, the show was a complete sellout-6800 tickets were sold. The show contained many colorful and elabor- ate musical productions and had a plot which conveyed the message of brother- hood. The annual Spring Festival was pre- sented on June -lth, and the last event of the year was the Commencement Soloist Concert on June Sth, given by talented graduating seniors. During the year the music department provided both excellent opportunities for those who wished to participate in music groups and great enjoyment for those who wished to be entertained. CHAMBER SINCZERS-FIRST ROW: Cor- nell. Allweiss, Rodenberger, Sandford, West. Tucker. Nelson. Viezbicke. Anderson, Pos- ter. Cordon, Sullivan, Stevens. SECOND ROYY: Pahncr. Glover. Droba, Patton. Jones, Hall, Hynes. Bartholoniay, Miller, Porter. Waldo. tlfnuj CADET BAND-FIRST ROYV: Miss Cas- tle. Levin, Bradley. Kinghorn. Connley, See- haler, Bayer, Newton, Borre, Arieff, Mr. Samuel Mages ldirectorl. SECOND ROYV: Edelstein, Miller, Gutsehe. Hosking, Townes, Douglas, Avery, Burrows, Owen. Bouchard. THIRD ROWV: Najarian, Rhein, Horwitz, Lucente, Lux, Reinert, Keller, YVahler. Hnwen. FOURTH RONV: Aa- gaard, Soll, Pawlan. Steinberg, johnson, Sol- lis, Nickel. Mercier. Pratt. FIFTH ROYV: Harrah, Mitchell, Barnicb, Roth, Hoeber. Miller, Caine. Claire, Erickson, lnce. tlmrfflerj CONCERT BAND-Flute: Bowen, Brod- sky. Clarke, Dodge, Huwen, Krone, Pratt. Siebring. Sergeant, Thompson, Wilmot, Windhorst, Zeidnian. Clnrinzfl: Dornbos. Factor, Frese, Frost, Guest, Kahn. Meridith, Mandel, March, McCray. Millard, Pawlan. Robinson, Sigmund, K. Smith, Troy, VVind- horst. Oboe: Mayer. Allo Sax: Cilboy, Murtz, Quale. Tenor Sax: MacLean, Schmid. Bnrilonf Sax: Claire. Cornel: Alexander, Bard, Barnbill, Loos. Johnson. Morris, Nelson, Pederson. Phillips, Rastet- ter, Roepke, Rooker, Sachs,Sahlin.Shapiro, T. Smith. Frrnrlz Horn: Doherty, Ford, Henn, Klass, AI. YVeleh. Trombone: Ben- der, Gorman, Henkel, Truckenbrod. Buri- lonr Hnrn: Berlet, Colrnorgan, Friedberg. Siebel, lVebb. Bnssfx: Dickinson. Kucera. Perc'n.v.sim1: Carrington, Deahl, Friedman, Jones, Lange, Roth, YV. VVelch, Yates. tSrlun':j HONOR BAND-Flulf-Pirrolo: Bair, Bea- lnan, Hillman, Kelleher, King, Mack, Mc- Cray, Schroeder, Sethness, Sundbergg, VVen- zel. Clarinet: Bennett, Dahl. Hair, Herz. Krahl, Monroe. Nelson, Oliver, Rubens. Rubinson, Schneider. Stern, Zimmerman. AIIU ClIll'i'Hl'lS Carrington, Xvatkins, Water- stradt. Bnxx Clarinfl: Herz, Schneider. Oboe: Franklin, Mc-Iobnston, VVelch. Brix- xonn: Cook, Deletzke, Manner. Alto Sax. Dasbow, Mahin, Phillips. Tenor Sax: Mac- Lean. Barilnnz' Sax: Sboresman. Cornel: Cohen, Domni, Glazer, Hughey, johnson. Maynard. Miller. Murtz. Stewart. Thoma- soni R. iThorsen. French Ilorn: Alfini Evans. Marsh, Rolls. Saracino. Trnmllone. Burpo. Karlen, Lazear. Newton, Thatcher Barifnnr: Fraenkel. Kneera, J. Thorsen String Bass: Yndell. Bn.v.vt's: Erenberg, B Tho rsen, Wleinbe rg. W'olll'. Pe rcuss ion. Braun, Bryant, Ellis, Lichtman, Lyons lVishart. Harp: Levin, Fuller. fSchal:j ,J- ,M-:5V 5 iv b 'mfs '45 3 . sig. SX M Q, Mmm ff , . 1-if if 32 A gg, S id .gl W R Sf Yw 'Tm -X fm W i Q iwex ,VAV Avis WFP . . 'Q I Q 35. gl fa.. 1 4 ff I. QI. ,I 1? 2 I 5 3 J? ' 1: 4 . ."T,:':g' , . , '25 'Q' J N? , , ' mia' 1 L A ., ,M f , if. . '-3 'fjj gsm? .. hifi A Kg, ve, ,A J 5, 25 1 153, ll CADET ORCHESTRA-FIRST ROW: Mrs. Lavery lLllI'CCIOI'l. March. Rzxndnll. Lexus. Sheldon, Spiegel. Sergeant. Henn. Ford. Mr. Magcs ldireelorl. SECOND ROW: McClellan. S21 er. flrznnnn. Fosse. Tienson. Ingersoll. Friedman. Knott. Hecht. THIRD P , ROW: Howell. Kaylin. Smith, Greene. Graluun, Carlson. Rogers. Frost. Sampson. Se- bring. FOURTH ROYY: Bowen. Recllich, Levine. Lange, Welch. Bender. Trukcnlurod, Slllifll. Eisner, Mayer. fI.fll'ffltfl'l 66 MADRIILALS-FIRST ROW: Dawson, Rubens. Bevan Hnpp. SECOND ROW: Stork. De Andzn. Sprigel, Gold enberg. THIRD ROW: llnncllaclx. Hair. Platz, Cold Il12lll,TlklfTI1jl:. QSrrhnI:J if SENIOR ORCHESTRA-Violin: lint- meister lconcertmistressl. Iiurrill tprin- cipalj. Applebaum. Barliant. Butz. Carlson. Davis. Dean. Doscher. Fitch- mun. Fosse. Cranum. Greene. Ham- bourgger. Hecht. Heckingger. Kallfck Kayline. Knott. Kronholm. AI. Mages. Nettleman, Rogers. Sampson. Sheldon Sorkin qpero F Qwiegel V Smiefrel. , . .. . ,. .I ' . . .1 ,, stephens. Vanderwicken. YY r i g, h t Viola: D'Eath. Monroe. Redlich. C Schneider. Swain. IVinter. Cflln Bradley. Iirowiler. Eisner. Fosse. Class- enberg, Greene-walt. Hartmann. Meites Stephens. Vanderwicken. W r i g I1 t Tielnson. Tobias XI'anger. IVeisdorf. SIVHIQ' Brlsx: Brannen. Eisenberg. Kah- ler. McLaren. Moreen. Flllll'-PIl'l'l7I0 Baldwin. C. Magges. Pick. Sethness Olmt'-Eilglisll Horn: Franklin. Mayer Welch. CIurim'l-Briss Cltlltllllff Fessen: den. Hamilton. Herz. Nelson. NI Schneider. Bmxnniz: Cook. Craig. Se- dore. Fl'l"llt'lI Horn: Allini. Drake Gingiss. Rolls. illl'IHIll7l'fI Aronson Hnghey. Lucey. Trnmlzmzr: Lazear Newton. Thatcher. Pf'rr14.v.xim1: Braun Lyons. Mitchell. Ilnrp: Fuller. Har- per. Levin. il-Illllli Wolff. fS4'lmI:j OPERA GROUP-FIRST ROW: Wood. Levin. Wend- nagel. Curtis, Robin. C. Uluckman. Vonesh, Navin, Renouf. Kulbarsh. Simons. Farrell. Frissell. Hardin. SECOND ROIV: Mortimer. Myers. Jacobson. Schell, Droba. Dee. Maxant. Nickol. Hoehn, Trauln. Becker. Knochel. Holliday. ilrirlitli. Dworkin. THIRD ROW: Fearheiley. Koch. Ketola. Allison. Buesch, Frank. Rheinstrom. Callaway, Cepner. fiuelich. Petersen. Solo- mon. Toms. Kahn. McQueen. Cobb. FOURTH ROW: L. Gluckman. Lambart. Ruland. Seifert. Foster. MCCO- han. Hawley. Nelson. Langford. II. Schulz. Embree. Showerman. Snower. Sprague. javore. FIFTH ROIV: Sampson. Sleight. Isaacs. Freeman. Iirian Burch. Rrucc Burch. Evans. Zimberoll. Gowdy. IYrigl1t. Enchelmayer, Morse. Verne, jones. Paulk. SIXTH ROW: Ito. Cor- noggg. Tressel. Leahy. Clauson. Southwick. Mnninger. IYhite. Cutlip. IVoltz. McMillen. Snell. Moss. Branden- burg. SEVENTH ROIY: Sakol. H. Barr. Fischer, Frenzel. Bishop. Miner. Sluebner. Youngberg. Clogs- well. R. Schulz. W. Barr, Booth. McDonough. EICHTH ROIY: MacLean. Sawyer. Kassen. Burrows. Colburn. Mackenzie. Fish. Lucas. Down. Walter. Nord- lol'. iBt'l"IlIl', The choral groups combined for the Christmas concert. tI.1vr'ffl1'1 CIHOR.-XLIERS-FIRST ROW: Miss Anderson lclirectorl. Pattison. Wolfe. Wentlnagrel. Ilawkinson. Foster. Allweiss. Cottrell. Bennett. Baker. Sitz. Rap- port. SECOND ROW: Rnclenbergrer. Iiurcliniore. llaeolxs. Slzuli. Iirown. St onacli. West. Harry, Howard. jones. Akers. Andersen. THIRD ROYV: Parry. Klauke. Kotler. W'intlliorst. Papas. Turner. Keith. Oliver. .-Xclzuns. Sclnnicl. FOFRTH ROIV: Boylston, Merrick. Sergeant. Rowley. Seiboltl. -Iolinson. Erickson. Plunkett. Pzilnier. Ruliertson. Culver. lf,rr1'ffl1frl SENIOR CHOIR-FIRST ROWH Fields. Cox. Spiegel. Matz. Byrne. Necloba. Wenclnagel. Cleveluncl. Tinnnernian. Hinlcle. Tlmrsen. Mages. SECOND ROIY: Kimball. Rutlierford. Salinger. Fauseli. Mefloy. Perlriclc. Lucas. Samuels. Ervin. Piereliala. Branrlwein. HZIQQCIIZIII. THIRD ROVY: Innis. Foster. Slierer. Iiurmeister, Fleig. Syfert. Fearlieiley. Cloud. Droha. Allison. I.ager. johnson. FOURTH ROWY Bauglin. Nelson. Geplier. McLaren. Kalin. Le- lewer. Jacobson. White. Heaton. Snower. Yost. McKinney. Lielnnan. FIFTH ROXY: Illetlner. Stokes. Kaplan. Patton. Sanclers. McDougall. Iiorchercll. Larson. Tressel. Pollack. Beck. SIXTH ROVY: West. Davidson. Merrell. Deppennan. Gideon. Fuller. Cray. Beyer. I'Iixon. SEVENTH ROW: Findley. W'alter. Ilrannen. Bishop. Krez. Down. Loos. jones. Karlen. fBI'l'lll1'l JUNIOR CHOIR-FIRST ROW: Meier. Wilson. Alperin. Buchanan. Stockton, Whipple. Lowe, Kuhn. Eustis. Maeclonalrl. Ware. DeAncla. Blair. Seitz. SECOND ROWI: D2iI1IIlClII1Cf.IlIJy'. Finzer. Callantler, Hodge. Granger, Scltraeger. Huston. Rosenberg. Ruenak. Feltman. Peck. Hart. Cornell. Wilson Enenbaeli. THIRD ROWI: Allen. Holland. Mcilosli. Paul. Knnebben. Behrn. Gastwirth. Kaplan. Brown. Knight. Burnlrain. Tlmnipson. Wigrgrers. Lehman Hapke. Webster. Sullivan. Flarslieiin. FOURTH ROW: McQueen. Hoerner. Holtlreclge. Harding. Dunn. Iirittin. Wu. Slioles. Mackenzie. Christiansen. Osterberg. Sobel. Able-r. Thomas. lLm'f1'lt'rl ln 1. '-ir lr, l- l 1st 1 or ml-s lf i aw'-fffewar 2 W t P V m . L , 3, J "Fini'an's ' ' ' dvr: "' v , N, 4 1' S? ff f W X ka' CL UBS NICIIIIJSPS nf the stamp and coin club in 11 lflldlllg session. fsfllllfl, EIlfCI'tZlillIl1CllK fur llle music Club: Carol Lexiu plays the Ixzlrp. fffulzruj 7I Kit x72ll'llCI'. Bill :xISClllIlCI'. and John Fl'iCdlll3Il set up a telescope to view Mercury. fSl1'ir1lu'rgj FUTURE NURSES OF AMERCIA-FIRST ROWV: Fngazzotto, McPl1erron, Sulloenenlnerger fsponsorl, Brecleliorn lsponsorl. Savage lspon- sorl. SECOND ROW: Mangrel, Hirt, Lersch, Freeman, Phillips, THIRD ROVV: Link, Menk, Huntington. Drell. Akers. FOURTH RONV: Kirman, Yates. Rosenthal. Leslie, Hair. fB0r'nir'l Members of Sophomore Math Club work out El clillicull problem. lSrlml:j GEOGRAPHY CLUB-LEFT TO RIGHT: McClory. .lean Ford, Hamilton. Cone. Molrrman. Nelson. ,Ioan Ford, Down. Mr. Peterson lspon- sorj. fsflllllfl 72 E13 Radio and rocketry, Latin and psychology, and many others u S gave students a wide choice of intriguing subjects to probe. Virtually any student at New Trier should be able to find a club which caters to one of his special interests, whether it be psychology, rifle-shooting. the study of nursing, or perhaps astronomy. Every club was started by students interested in some particular field. Each club has a faculty sponsor and a student charter The Future Nurses of America, sponsored by llrs. Savage and Illrs. Schoenenberger, gave girls an opportunity to attend movies and lectures on nursing. They also made tours of Cook County and XVesley Klemor- ial hospitals. Illembers of Interfaith attended, three formal meetings, each in a different house of worship. These meetings led to inter- esting and illuminating discussions compar- ing the views and traditions of the various 1'eligious groups represented on the North Shore. Twice a month, members of the Geo- graphy Club, sponsored by Klr. Peterson, attended lectu1'es given by world travelers, who described the geographic characteristics of several countries. In addition to these lectures, the club took its animal hike from VVinnetka to the South Side of Chicago. Again, the American Field Service spon- sored two foreign students at New Trier. They were Teisuke Ito of Japan and Gri- selda de Anda Villa of Uruguay. Accord- ing to lXIr. Buffett, the sponsor, funds were raised by a very successful foreign film festival in February. The annual bottle drive brought in additional funds. AFS also sponsored a series of lectures by visitors from countries including Nigeria, India, Yugoslavia. Even the hams had their club. The Radio Club, under the supervision of Illr. Rockey, met every other VVednesday in their radio shack. In addition to those meetings, members communicated daily with other hams all over the world on the New Trier band, VV9EDC. Under the auspices of the New Trier Rocket and Astronautical Society, many en- thusiasts studied the theory of rocket design with the assistance of Klr. Compton. They built solid fuel rockets which were launched at Nedly, Ind. Star-gazers were welcome at lectures fContinuecl on page 757 AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB-FIRST ROW: Tim- Voysey. flizfrnirj :mm 111 'Q lf 'fe-:uint sggg ,if fi fd. .N 5 -,ugwdfiir -:maine-'ni merman. Schaefer. Gallery, De Antla. Ito. Vlieake. Hutchinson 7 VFIIUFSCII, Liglitner. SECOND ROW: Sloss. Vlilliarus. Caber, Kuh. Tatle. Punch. Mack. Bacon. Simons. THIRD ROW: Argent, Kuphal. Ramsey, Japha, Spiegel. Brookman. Vander- wiekeu. Finkel, VVexler. Nljlllllliillll. FOURTH ROVV: Tel- fer, Schneider, Wolf, Reuben, Stone. Hillman. Harrali. Lyons. Ervin. FIFTH RONV: Diller, Culver. Bowen. Enenbach. Blettuer, Anderson. Danielson, VVolf. Cutler. SIXTH ROIY: TIIIOYSCII, Heaton, Schulz. Campbell. Sllowerman. C. Wliggers. Burnham. Stein. N. Wdgggers. SEVENTH ROWV: Mclsoney, Hicks. Tonk. Barr. Glaser. Howe. Droege. Cocroft. Miller. Exchange students Teiho Ito and flriselda De Anda advertise the AFS bottle drive. UV1fI:1'Ij 73 RADIO CLUB-FIRST RUNV: Mr. Rockey lspnnsorj. Avery, Clausing. S. Seellaler, Rusin, Burnett. SECOND ROYV: Reed, Friedman. Yackel, Fox. Dickin- son. LlClltHl1iIl. THIRD ROYVI Loper, Richardson. Sosna, Cut- ler, Radford, Rnlil. FOURTH ROVV: Thompson, Carpenter, Mcflray, Newton. Magera. lVe- her. Uiuuj ALPHA TRIERI-F R O NT: Sorkin. Rowell, Bossen, Fried- man. BACK: Mr. Dulin Ispon- sorj, Hassett. Alscllnler. QSIHII1- bergl ROCKET CLUB-FIRST ROWV: Witkin. Sclmenbcrg, Knauer, Kuli. SECOND ROVV: Barack, Yackel. Mr. Compton fsponsorj . Fine. fL!Yl'HII'l', 74 Math and Language Clubs CContinued from page 73D given throughout the year by Chicago area astronomy experts under the sponsorship of Alpha Trieri. The group. with the guid- ance of lllr. Dulin, took various trips dur- ing the year. Under the direction of Klr. Palmer, junior and senior mathematicians joined the Bernoullians to give reports about various phases of the science, to work out problems, or to see movies. The Freshman lllathe- matics Club, guided by Klr. Tenny, worked out interesting problems and studied ad- vanced topics. Like the Bernoullians, the Freshman lllath Club took various field trips, one to the hluseum of Science and ln- dustry. Further supplementing the school's curriculum is the Sophomore illathematics Club, which as did the others, worked on phases of mathematics not given in regular ..,. . ,M Q, math courses. The club was sponsored by Bliss Cornell. Supplementing the schoolls language cur- riculum were several clubs. German stu- dents were invited to join the organization sponsored by Klr. Gould, which took an evening to dine at George Hessbergei-'s Ger- man restaurant in Chicago and saw the film, "Am Brunnen vor dem Torfy At the CContinued on page 773 FRESHMAN MATH CLUB-FIRST ROW: Hedges. Plaut, Makeig, Whiting. Schwab. Laba- die, Shakmari. SECOND ROYY: Hoeber. Bied- erman. Stephenson. Leyniaster, Pleck. 1Sfein- zfrgj BERNOULLIANS-SEATED: Pershing. VVelmb. STANDING: Yudell. Adams. AI- lison. Addis. Mr. Paumer fsponsorb. Brady. Applebauin. lL0eHIl'rj SOPHOMORE MATH CLUB: Nygren. Yzxckel. Wilcox. Stickgold. Hartzog. King, 1Sf1'i'i1lwcrg'j 75 LATIN CLUB-FIRST ROW: Matz. Cnrnog. Mrs. Rafleiw isponsorl. Dr. Drake lsponmrl. Ilecknizrnn. SECOND RONV: Schlu- ter, Maxam, Hirl. Aclcoclc, Lerscli. Koss. Lucas. Bethune. Hartmann. Twentyinan, Monypenny. Smyllx. THIRD ROIV: Ewen, Cliristoflerseil, Maelfull. Shulzman, Iianiherger. llmrjflrrj FRENCH CLUB-FIRST ROIV: Guttnian, Crngg, Stokes, Lannners. Gaber. Colburn. Crier. Mrs. Morris Csponsorl. SECOND ROVV: Karslake. Schlutz. Beesen, Shaffer. Herz. jzxphzi. Allweiss. Oelil. Paul. THIRD ROW: Victor, Goldberg, Gallery. Tomb. Campbell. Hartmann. McVey, Samuels. lL01'fflerj GERMAN CLUB-FIRST ROW: Brown, Klein. Kula, McVcy, Mr. Gould fspougofj, SECOND ROVNE Aqllgrl Sfingl, Hair, Letginger, SPANISH CLUB-FIRST ROIY: Salisbury, Rueben. Rziynioncl. De Ancla, Lasher. MacLean. THIRD ROVV: VVilcox. Seliouimver. Zuiclema, Neer. SECOND ROW: Miss Mair lspousorl. Meier. Kaliler. Ziniberoll. McCIOry. Freeman. FOURTH ROVV: Silancler, HllgllCy'. fliauj fLUff7'l""l CHESS CI-I'l5-FIRST ROW: Dr. Johnston lsponsorj. Nlr. Clerol lsponsorl. SEC- RIFLE CLLB-FIRST ROIY: Hells. Kamenear. Lasher. Ballzm OND RUNY: Makeigg. Sillars. Iledgges. Eckert. Schwab. Saxon. Hollnran. Angres. Fine. tine. Peterson. Wahler. Savage welsh. SECOND RONV: lirod THIRD ROIV: lliedernian. Ulsky. Nygren. Ilartzngg. Sergel. Ream. Henderson. Pow- sky. Watkins. Tnrek. Rhein. Hayes. Sahlin. Cacldou. Mr. Goher ell. FUIIRTH ROW: Tonk. l'aul.Weg5erson. Bishop. tSvlm!:l fsponsorj. THIRD ROXV: Long. Fried. Sturm. Priest. De lander. Frank. Wecldinpg. Horn. lf1Ilg'lIl'.Yl ii A chess match between club members Teresa Sergel and 'lellrey NVegerson. fSrl1nf:j Hobbies and Ccontinued from page 755 end of the year, a dramatic production, "Eheliche Szenef' was presented. Francophiles joined the French Club, sponsored by llrs. Klorris, which met monthly to speak, sing, and listen to French. Several members presented films and slides of their trips to France, and occasionally, students read French literature aloud. In lXIay, the group made its annual yisit to I .J , . - , SKI CLUB-FIRST ROW: Shanknian. Kart. Palmer. Pirie. Mc-Connell. Long. Van Kennen. Ingersoll, K. VVliite. Mr. Turner tsponsorl. SECOND ROYV: IValters, Hicks, Palmer. Burehmore. Kimball. Citron. Franclen. Cohen. IVare. THIRD ROIV: Unger. Browne. Marco, G. Boylston. Davis. Taylor, Spicer. Nagel. S. Boylston, Murchison. FOURTH ROVV: Dolce. Schillo. Foley, Tourtellot. Barnett. Boone, Cragg. Danielson, B. liethke. FIFTH ROIY: R. W'hite. Miller. Bnenger. Szymanski, D. Hethke. Youngberg. Pflaumer. Silander. fLaelIlerj Sports a French restaurant and then to the French Impressionist section of the Art Institute ot Chicago. According to the sponsor of the Spanish Club, Bliss llair, all students who had at least one year of Spanish were eligible to join. The meetings were conducted entirely in Spanish and consisted of speeches, parties. movies. or conversation. All students interested in Latin or in Roman history were invited to join the Latin Club, sponsored by Dr. Drake. The officers also helped edit Praeco, the Latin magazine. The Latin banquet, for which members donned togas and chanted Vergil choruses to add to the festivities, was held tour days before the Ides of February. Freshman female Latin students were auc- tioned as slaves to older members. CContinned on page 785 77 . . . and ore Hobbies Qcontinued from page 779 Sponsored by Dr. Johnston and Klr. Gerol, chess enthusiasts met bi-monthly to compete with Chess Club members and sometimes with members of clubs in neigh- boring schools. Under the supervision of illr. Gobor, the Freshman Ritle Club was organized this year to acquaint boys with the use of ritles. The group studied shooting techniques on films, in discussions, and on field trips to shooting ranges. According to the sponsor, Blr. Larsen, 35 skiers, from rank beginners to 'slalom fans, spent spring vacation at Arapaho, Col- orado, under the auspices of the Ski Club. Klembers of the hlodel Train, Plane, and Boat Club, directed by lllessers. Ifoser and Landwer, met bi-weekly to construct models, see films on the -subject and observe demonstrations. Camera bugs met twice a month under the guiding hand of illr. D. Smith to take pictures. They also entered the photos in the monthly photography contests held by Lens Club. Philatelists-Numismatists gathered each month to hear speakers, exchange stamps and coins. They were sponsored by lllr. Neuman. Future Teachers of America, directed by lllrs. Dc-Long, presented programs to in- crease interest in the field of education. A representative from special teaching fields spoke at each of the monthly meetings. ln addition, the club took a trip to the Luther Burbank Special School in Chicago in April. Assisting the sponsor, Nlr. Rrull, New Trier staff psychologists, guidance coun- selors, and science teachers lead the Psy- chology Club in discussions ranging from Freud to the importance of home life in a person's mental outlook and to extra-sensory perception. The group also saw films and visited mental hospitals in the area. MODEL CLUB LENS CLUB LENS CLUB-FIRST ROYV: Mr. Smith Isponsorj, Runn- Ieldt, Lange. Enehelmayer. Gordon. Friedman, Sternhaum. SECOND ROW: Catlett, Eisen, Erickson. Idler, VVeIls. Rau, Hicks. THIRD ROW: Ricci, Schatz. Harrelson, Crier, Reiner. Steinberg. tLundyl MODEL CLUB-FIRST ROIV: Mosby. Streff, Vander- graaf. Breton, Maynard SECOND ROYV: Elliott, Mae- Corquodale. Guest. Hubbell. Spicer, Hasse. McDougall, Hayes, Idler. Koser. IStr'i1:Infi'g'j STAMP AND COIN CLUB-FIRST ROWV: Mr. Neuman fsponsorl. Dillon. Hedges. Witkin, Thompson, Oberndorf, lvald. Mink. Levenfeld, SECOND ROYY: Rosenthal, Scliwalx, Hollinan. Adler. Kinghorn. Friedberg, Makeig, johnson. THIRD ROW: Delunder. Leyniaster. Reinseh. Scott, Hall, Smedley, Robinson. FOURTH RONV: Zuska, Gardiner. Fried. Brady. Garretson. Troy, Kozoll, Libit. ILmrffl4'rj Fine Arts Jl'NlOR N1l'SllI CLl'li-FIRST RONY: A-Xriell. Hollunzl- Er. RIL'.I0lllISl0l!. Twvntyinan. Eflelslffin, Oelil. Rnyajian. Millard. xvfllfllllifjbl. Argent. CQiz1llr.milJurclu. SECOND ROXY: SE.llllllt'lh0Il. Tuliius. lilkllllbf. Klllglllllfll. C0llll0l'- gan. DeFrn'cl. Aclc-rick. llarlmlanll. Pope. Knnwltnn. Wzinpgcr. Hlilrlllilllll. THIRD ROXY: xYlllilllS0ll. Carlile. l..cnnn. clllfllllllll. Liltcn. Crain. Spenlcer. Slnllain. Rout. Freilicli. Mcfllcllun. Sniilli. l7Ol'R'I'H ROW: Mclllzivc. Harrnli. Sparlierg. Burson. Wnnclwarcl. Ilill. Davis. Stone. Kaul- niun. Tnclliunler. Bair. FIFTH ROXY: Nlnreen. Herbe- nar. Parkinson. Leecly. Kinclrc-cl. ilrznliuni. Croft, Lzxnge. Lclilestfy. Alexander. Eisner. Smith. SENIOR MYSIC fII.l'l5-FIRST ROW: J. Magcn. Suni- nelsnn. N. Garrett. S. Garrett. Koch. Hoelin. Trauni. C. Mziges. l'lzu'lniann. llillniaii. SECOND ROW: Fitclnnun. lirucllcy. Kiinliull. Hzxlicluy. King. Sunclberg. Minler. Selli- ncss. CI. Sclincicler. D. Mages. THIRD ROW: Apple-lufunn. Herz. Mcilcs. liurrill. Petersen. Solomon. xvflllffl. Brzulell. Heinnlilltr, Harper. IfOl'R'I'H ROYY: Nelson. Barr. Hutcliinson. Colburn. Ylqlmlulier. llzlir. Dnrnimly. K1llllCl'. Franklin. FIFTH ROW: llanlwr. Monroe. Zinibefoll. 15:5-i5L yymernmu- Alfinii Exanbh Cuokl Mt-3-H. SIXTH ART LEQXGUE: lx1l'.KllCllllCIl. Min-liell. Barrett. R. .-Xcller xldlllll W Xcllc-r Xxlllldlllh ROW: Weln-li. Nenlon. Klum BTZIIHICII. Yuclell. Lainsnn. Rflsmllwfii- Morifim- lS"""1l""'H'l Hugfliey. llmwcler. Oclell. lBfrnirl ,IYNIOR MFSIC CLl'l5 '43 SENIOR MUSIC CI L X . ,Sl V J v , Q' Professions FIfTURE 'l'EACI'Il'lRS Ol: AMERICA-FIRST ROVV: Schulz. Reilfel. liurton. Helms lpresiclentl. Mrs. DeLong fsponsorj. Menard. Topping. janies, Lang. SECOND ROW: Schlulz, Sulzeuslein, Colclman, Herron. Sc-liovzlin. Cline, Spiegel. Cozigzui. Goldberg. THIRD ROW: Victor. Cleveland. Carrington. Kelly. Bacon, Lowe, Morrison. -Ia- eohson. Heinrich. FOURTH ROW: Seifert. Ervin, Drcll. Poulos. Mehlmzui. Furcr. Harrington, Eueuhacli. Rulzmcl. I7IFTI'I ROIV: Schneider, Fowler. Jorgensen. Rheiustrom. Mzrgiclson. Argent. Sarlin. Cozarl. Swartz. SIXTH ROVY: Doscher. I'Ieatou. Caertncr, Rosenthal. Burns. Kurlen. Sieier. IVilhehn. Crier. VVilk. flffrlziel PSYCHOLOGY CLUB-FIRST ROVV: Levin. Freeman, Salzman. Drell. SECOND ROVV: Kelly. Robinson, Knight. Merrell lpresiclentj. Coruyu, Stoclclarcl. Leslie. Mackey. THIRD ROWV: K.lI'LTllllClIllCI'. Mr. Brull Qspousorl. Bloomberg. QSl1fii1I1zfrgJ 80 Lanny Isaacs performs un the parallel bars at the state gyrnnastics meet. lLm'jllerj .f 71 . Q RR 'Q X A Chuck Men-ein hlnc-ks zu L'llIIl'j.fillg Pirate as Bill Henderson Larries the ball for an first down. lL0eIfl1'rj 8l THE VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM The fighting Indians finished in second A place only e hezf game behind Eeenefen. Overcoming the tremendous slumps of the past two years, the Indians made a re- markable recovery in the 1960 season, mov- ing from fourth place to second place in the Suburban League Conference. The Indians! first and most exciting battle of the season was a non-league game against Hinsdale, a powerful 1fVest Subur- ban League team. The teams fought to a 13-13 tie. New Trier's offense throughout the game was characterized by excellent line play allowing Paul Stonich and john Sherman ample time to pass accurately. In addition, the power of the New T1'ier line enabled hlercein and Stonich to make large gains in yardage by rushing. The following week the Indians tri- umphed over lXfIorton in their first Subur- ban League match by a 'score of Z9 to 1-l. This was quite an upset for the lXIustangs, since, along with Evanston, they were rated one of the League's two pre-season favor- ites. Blainstays of the New Trier line dur- ing the game were Ron Phemister, jack I-Ieidbrink, and Cully Rohlen. Protected by a powerful line, Klercein made three touchdowns and Stonich contributed greatly to the New Trier cause with accurate passing. A week after this, New Trier met its only defeat of the 1960 season at the hands of Evanston. This was the seasonls most crucial battle, since the VVildkits finished only half a game ahead of the Indians. This -15 to 0 defeat, however, did not per- manently affect the Indians' playing, for the next week they mauled VVaukegan by a score of -l-1 to 6. Chiefly responsible for fContinued on page 841-D if .eie game. llofffllerj Fox. Van Horne, and Huugsness rest. as crowd keeps pace with VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Mr. XValter .'xSCl'lElllJ2lCll lllead L'O?lL'lll. B:1r11l1ill. Heiclbrink fcaptahlj. Jul111su11. Lucey. May. Rol1le11. He11clers011, Proft. Acle. xvilllllllllll llllllll- 2lgCfl. SECOND ROXY: Mr. li1'wi11 Xx'6ll1g2l1'fIlCI' feoachj. Acle, AlH11i. AIe1111i11gs. Krugh. Claber lcaplainj, Barnett, NVilll1ite. Meyers. Bracken. Pierce f111a11z1g5erj. THIRD ROW: Mr. Evan Ellis fCO2lClll. .AIlKlC1'S01l. OIl13CIll1SlIIlCl'. VFIIOFSCII. Barnicke. Kurz. Van Horne. Voigglxts. xVE2lfllCl'- lord. HHIIQSIICSS. Blech fxnarlagerj. I7Ol'RTH RONY: Mr. Roy Etnyre fCll2lCll,. Oliver. Meyn. Overluck. Malhey. Hozu. Sawyer. Scott. Drick. Kruger, Cruis fI1lZ1IlHQCfl. FIFTH ROYY: Fox, Stouich. Shermzul. Clifton. Merueiu. Phemister. DZAIICOIIB, lx1L'DlJIl1Jllgll. Popper. Heckingger l111a11z1gerj. fLnrfflrrj Phemisler runs lllICl'fCl'C1lCC for sl0IllL'll. 1LnrjIlr'rj Al VARSITY FOOTBALL SCORES OPP. x.T. HINSD.1XI.E . . 13 13 IXIQKTUN . . H 29 EVANSTON . . 45 O VVA L' KEGAN . . 6 -H Pkovrso . . . I2 41 Nurs. . . O 7 OAK PARK .... 7 52 H1cH1,.f1xD PARK . . 6 25 l-state Mcrcein passes. fLm'fflfrj 0 1 fi w 83 5 New Trieris Ililfil-I'LlSIlII1g defense. fLoeHlerj VARSITY CHEERLEAD- ERS--Lefl fo Righl: Far- rell, Smith, Fenn, Breeden, Crow, Manaster, Emery. W I1 i t t e m o r e, Leavitt. Wildt, Pedrick. Parker. 1LoefIllerI fContinued from page 829 this victory were John Ade, Bill Hender- son, Heidbrink, and KIercein who scored 29 points. Proviso, the next challenge, also was unable to penetrate the mighty Indian line as the Pirates were defeated by a score of -ll to 12. The following week the Indians tri- umphed over Niles by a score of 7 to 0. This victory gave New Trier undisputed possession of second place. The outstanding 84 play of the game occurred when 'lim Hangs- ness rushed in and forced the Trojan quar- terback to pass the ball wildly. Heidhrink intercepted the pass and scored the only touchdown of the game. The second to last game was a remark' able victory over Oak Park, 52 to 7. The Huskies were overcome by New Trier's speed, as seven different Indians scored for New Trier. The final game of the season assured the Indians of second place as they defeated Highland Park by a score of 25 to 6. At the end of the season, five Indians, Ron Phemister, Chuck Iilercein fthe league's high scorerj, Harley Gaber, Jack Heidbrink, and Paul Stonieh, were chosen as top Suburban League players. Coach NValter Asehenbaeh was very pleased with the season not only because of the line achievement of his team but also because of their undying spirit. IIQNIOR V XRSITY FOOTB XI I . . , .' 5 -4 Stll V lctors oPP. N.T. Guixuaoox . . 8 7 II I . . . 0 12 The Junior Varsity team retained the OAl?:ET?,2RK ' . . H 0 Suburban League crown for the sixth con- , ,v Q Q f xh, Jh M -1 , PROXISO . . . O 21 secutixe season, uns ing Ulf a iecoit of OAK PARK I . I 0 7 three wins and two losses. The Chiefs had a poor start as they were defeated by Glenbrook in their first battle, S to 7. After the game. Coach Peter Frant- zen said that the Chiefs showed great po- tential and needed only to become stronger and more unified in their movements. Veri- fying their coachls statement, the -I.V.'s went ahead the next week to defeat lklorton by a score of I2 to O, although two of their important players, Steve Nanini and lllike YVolman, were unable to play because of injuries. The Chiefs suffered their second and final defeat of the season the following week, as Oak Park trampled them by a score of l-l to 0. The -I.V.ys came back in the next battle, as they defeated Proviso by a score of 21 to O. Dave Hathaway scored two touchdowns to assure the victory. The final game of the season was also a victory for the Chiefs as they dueled Oak Park for the second time. The Huskies were defeated as Don Dominick made a touchdown and Nanini, the extra point. This victory gave the ,Iunior Varsity team the Suburban League crown. JUNIOR VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM-FIR Iiyruxn returns kickoff against Morton. fffiger l ST ROIV: D. Domeniek. Byrum. hVI1l'll0NE'F. YY. Domenick. Leahy, Nichols, Armstrong. Namnl Coinxn SECOND ROXY: Hathaway fcaptainj. Simpson. Kreger, O'Keefe, Vliebbe. Sanders. Carlstetlt. Mr. Peter Frantzen fhead eoaehl. THIRD ROWV Peter son. Hawkinson, Shoemaker. YYhite fcaptainj. Bornhoeft, Deutsch. Riekards. Bennett. Mr. Raymond Fearheiley feoaehl. FOURTH ROVV: Fraser Mae farlantl. YVoleben. Kuellnle. Nordlof. Cooney, Stewart. Brannen. Mr. Clarence Gable feoaehl. lLor'fIl1'rl SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS: Thomp- son. Gore, Hultman. Elliott. Button. Kelley, Pfeifer. Foley. tL01'fflfrl I I SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL TEAM- FIRST RONV: Depperman. Malpede, Thorsen, Eustis. Buenger. Buesch teap- tainl, Donegan. Will, Weinberg. Mar- cus. SECOND ROVV: Mr. Allen Hurley leoachl, W'eatherford. Baylor, Clifford, Ratajezak, Goldberg. Collield. McLucas, Ziniber, Simpson. Spies. THIRD ROWV: Mr. Charles Lauer thead coachj, johnson. Lewis. Yvester- nian. Fox. Reiter, Vail. Wfhitehurst. Boone, Sidney. McDonald. FOURTH ROVV: Mr. Bruce ,lames feoaehj, Ryan. Magnuson. Kessler. Kremer. Holdredge. Kaufman. Mercein. Dear. Clark. Nilsson. FIFTH ROVY: Mr. William Zanetakos leoaehl. Stringfel- low. Stolkin. Scott. Bridges. Roche. Henderson. Caselli. Rowell, Swisher, Cordon lmanagerl. SIXTH ROYV: Smart. Hoel. Baxter. Lazzara, Phillips, Tauher. Wilhelm, Syfert. YYinick. Rom- ack. Goff tmanaggerj. tlalefflerl Ponies, Co-Champs The Ponies tied the Wildkits for Sophomore Suburban League Title. Surpassing their records of recent years, the Ponies attained a tie with Evanston for lirst place in the Suburban League, fulfill- ing the prediction of Coach Chuck Lauer. Although the Ponies suffered a terrible 27 to O defeat by Hinsdale in their first game, they were victorious in their hrst Suburban League match, defeating lllorton 21 to 19. Contributing greatly to the 86 team's performance were Alohn Roche, Steve Lazzara, and Neal VVinick, each of whom scored touchdowns. In their next battle the Ponies were de- feated by Evanston by a score of 1-1 to 6. Roche scored the only New Trier touch- down of the game. The following week, the Ponies defeated XVaukegan by a score of 33 to 13. The Pups were neither strong enough nor fast enough to stop Roche and ,Iohn Smart who scored two touchdowns apiece. Lazzara climaxed the game as he ran -17 yards for the iinal Pony touchdown. The next week's game proved to be no hindrance to the Ponies as they triumphed over Proviso with a score of 19 to O. The highlight of the game occurred in the third quarter when the hard working second team 1 scored a touchdown. Andy Hoel was the hero of the play as he ran 37 yards for a touchdown. The following week was an exciting game in which the Ponies defeated the Trojans of Niles by a score of 7 to 6. This victory kept the Ponies in contention with Ifyanston for the title of the Suburban League. The second to the last game also held a victory for the Ponies as they defeated Oak Park, 15 to 12. Smart and John Hoel kept the team going strong. Hoel scored the two touchdowns. The next week the Ponies mauled, High- land Park by a score of -11 to 0 in the season's final game. This victory put the Ponies into a tie with Evanston for first place. "Wil 'lhe Ponies louk Luluerned 18 the W xldklls tml. ll I l I Buesch leads W'inipL .xrmmd end fLneHIwrj SOPHOMORE rom mu SCORES HINSD.-XLE . AIORTON . EV.-XNS'I'0N . KVA L' K ECA N Przoviso , NILES. . . CJ.-KK PARK . . I'IIGHL.'XND PAR14 Braves Win Crowns Both of New Trier's Freshman squads achieved Suburban League championships in their respective divisions. The Freshman UAH squad tied with Oak Park for their championship while the Freshman HB" squad won their championship with a per- fect record. At the beginning of the season, Freshman HAH Coach Robert hlalinsky and Freshman "R" Coach Kenneth Funk- houser were both quite dubious as to the ability of their teams, but their impressions were soon changed as each of the teams had a very successful season. The only defeat suffered by either team was the game in FRESHMAN "A" FOOTBALL which the Freshman "All squad lost to Oak Park by a score of 7 to 6. It is a tribute to the fine defense of both squads that their opponents scored no more than one touchdown in any one game. FRESH MAN "B" FOOTBALL SCORES SCORES ow. x.T. oPP. N.T. Mowrox . . . 6 28 fXIoR'roN . . . 6 18 Ijwxxsrox . 6 7 Evfxxsrox . . 6 1-I XVAU KEGAN 7 20 VVA Li Kizorxx . . 0 0 Przoviso . . 0 21 Pkoviso . . . 7 19 NILES . . O 13 Nu.12s . . . 6 12 OAK PARK . . . 7 6 OAK Rink . . 6 19 HIGHLAND PARK .... O 27 FRESHMAN FOOTBALL TEAM - FIRST ROWI: AI. Anderson. Sachs. Rarnhill, R. john- son. Schneiderman, A. Mayer, Mandel. McTigue, S. Anderson, Connley. KI. P. Clilford tinanagerj. SECOND ROW: Rrode. Soll. May. Najarian, Relias, Iierlet, Geittmanu, Peoples. Horwitz, Klein. ll. R. Clifford tnianagerj. THIRD ROIV: Robison, Fowle. Fell. Button. Frank. Gilbert, Carson. Nicolazzi, Tredwell, Sehrannn. Fagen- holz lmanagerj. FOURTH ROWV: T. Truken- brod, Sullivan, Miller. Long, jennings. ll. Erick- son, Kurtz, Trossman. Grey. Coffin. Hodge Qmanagerj. FIFTH ROIV: S. Mayer. Baby, Malugen. Brown. Slulzky. Slflllif., Karger, Porter, Ayres. Mr. Robert Larsen Qcoachj. Mr. Robert Malinsky lhead eoaehj. SIXTH ROVY: Daven- port. Martinek, Moeller. Bornhoeft. Newman, Rodgers. Theobald. P. Erickson, Roth. Mr. Jesse Swoap tcoaehl, Mr. Ronald Klein tcoaehj. SEVENTH ROIV: Lashy. YVedding. R. Truken- brod. Morris. Dahl. Claire. Bell. Duncan, Mcl- ebiorre. Mr. Kenneth Funkbouser teoaehj. Mr. Hilary VVaterhouse fcoachj. EICHTH ROXV: Berlin. Riley. Doolittle, Brin. Q. johnson. Small, S. Erickson. Gessel, Staak. lLuz'jIIcrj Good double-teaming opens hole for Collin. lL0zffllcrl VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY SCORES mfr. N.T PROVISO . . 47 17 NILES . . . 48 15 AIORTON ..... 50 15 XVIIIQIQEGAN . . . 50 15 SL'1aL'RIs,xN Lisfxoce . 72 25 OAK PARK .... 42 19 Evaxsrox .... 36 21 DISTRICT ..... 57 46 HIGHL.1XND P.-IRI-Q . . 33 26 STATE ...... 80 85 SOPHOMORE CROSS-COUNTRY oI1P. N.T PROVISO ..... 50 1 5 NILES . . . 47 16 BIORTON ..... 41 20 VVA UKEGAN . . . 36 21 SUBURBAN LE,fIGL'E . 66 25 O.-IK PARK .... 42 17 Iiyfwsrox .... 35 22 l'lIGHL.-XND PARK . . 48 15 Second in the State The varsity Cross-country team, coached by Klr. Ben Almaguer, was undefeated in league and district competition this year, and placed second in the state Ineet at Champaivn. I 5 I After winning all their dual meets by large margins, the team won the Suburban ' League meet held at Oak Park. 5Veymouth I Kirkland, placing hrst, set a record for the Oak Park course of 9:47. The Harriers scored only twenty-five points while runner- l up, Evanston, had seventy-two. At the district meet the team, led by Kirkland, again took the honors, beating Evanston by eleven points. In the state meet iII early November the Harriers were just barely beaten by a good Glenbard team, although Kirkland took first place in 9:15.0, tying the old state record over the 1.9 mile course. Following him were Tibby Carpenter finishing sixth, Tim Renn nineteenth, Chris Hixon twenty-sixth and Scott Etnyre thirty-third. Although the team did not equal its suc- cess of last year, it was considered to be the IHOSI powerful team which New Trier had yet produced. 1 1 1 i I THE FROSH-SOPH CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM-FIRST ROVV: Blatelxford, Ryan, Stuebner. Campbell Brandenburg. Cook, McKernan. Carlson. SECOND ROW: Renn, Carpenter, Pettit, Hixon Kirkland, Sliefel, Zinkil. fL0effIerj SOPHOMORE CROSS-COUNTRY TEAM-FIRST ROW: Nishet, Borkan. Kahn. johnson Luecker, Huguenor. Aetipes, Sepgersten, Slack. SECOND ROYY: Tomb. Nickel, Hunter, Harper Teegarden, Vetter. Lenfestey, Laidlaw, Goldenherg. fSfl1aI:j 89 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE INDOOR TRACK-FIRST RONV: Mandel, Bard, Drew. Horwitz, Duhl, D. Hunter. Borkan, Mitchell, Vetter, Fried- bcrg, Keil, Baxter, Hicks, J. Hunter. SECOND ROWV: Aetipes, Huguenor, Zimber. VViniek, Rosen. Hummel. Henkel. Nickel, Fitzpatrick, johnson, Lueeker, Hall, Clifford, Deservi. THIRD ROW: Mr. Kales lcoaclij, Teegarden, Laidlaw, lluelieh, Duncan, Claire. Arnold. Swisher, Bridges, Mer- eein, Fox. Phillips, Doolittle. Dear. Sidney. lL0efIlfrl Indoor Trackmen Retain S.L. Title Combining a number of fine individual athletes with over-all balance, the varsity indoor cindermen won the Suburban League Championship. The Suburban League champions won all of their multi- school meets-the llflorton meet, the liv- anston Relays, and the Oak Park Relays. Coach Ben Almaguer was especially pleased with the Nlorton defeat because a very strong Nlorton was considered the favorite. Among the outstanding individual per- formers were Tibby Carpenter, who set a new fieldhouse half-mile record of 1575 Chuck lllercein, who unoflicially set a new 90 state shot-put record of 5S'lOM"g miler VVeym Kirkland, high jumpers Dick WVil1- hite and Scott lftnyre, and finally, low hurdler Roy Zinkil. The frosh-soph cinderinen did HCI have as successful a season according to Coach jerry liates. Both the freshman and soph- omore teams came in second at their re- spective Evanston meets. There were, how- ever, three sophomore boys who are good prospects for coming years. They are broad-jumper Bob Guelich, pole vaulter Cliff Nelson, and low-hurdler john Laid- law. VARSITY ow. MoRToN . 61 Mr-xiNi3 EAST 56 L14-K PARK . 46M Pizoviso . . l8 VVAL'Kizorxx 24 EV.-XNSTON . 44 RIORTUNT 37 Moizroxfm . 39 L.1xGR.iNGEfl?fHf Z7 SOPIIOMORES ow. Monrox . . . 27 RIAINF EAST 512 CRAK PARK . 60 Pizoviso . . Z7 VVA L' K Hoax 40 lQv,xNsToN . 58 IQVANSTONQG 5 l Esffxxsrrxxm 85 FRESHMEN oPP. Maixiz . . 49 IQV.-ixsrox . . . 46M gfsuburban League fmlQx'aiistoii Relays eflwoak Park Relays X.T. 39 44 5+ 82 76 56 is 63 52 5 N.T. 64 am 522 73 60 42 am 40 N.T. Sl 43 Injuries Slow Cindermen By press time the varsity outdoor track team had completed two of its six scheduled meets. The first, the triangular meet against Evanston and Highland Park, ended in a victory. ln their second meet, the lVaukegan Relays, the Trierites wound up in fourth place. In this meet, however, three cindermen set new lVaukegan Relay records. Chuck Klercein put the shot 61' M", Scott Iftnyre high-jumped 6' lXt", and lVeymouth Kirkland ran the mile in -I minutes, 24.-I seconds. ln spite of these good performances, however, Coach Ben Alinaguer had "dim hopes" for the forthcoming meets because two of his most valuable assets, sprinter FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE OUTDOOR TRACK Herb Timm and broad-jumper Dick X'Vill- hite, were injured and would be out for the entire season. The freshman-sophomore team helped the New Trier effort in the triangular meet with lfvanston and Highland Park by the addition of their relay scores to the varsity scores. In the lVaukegan Relays, sopho- mores Bill Better, Steve Lazzara, Bruce Ilaxton, and Tom Teegarden ran as the varsity relay team. jerry liates, trosh-soph coach, said that he was "well satisfied by the cooperation of the team this year," and added that the frosh-soph cindermen show great promise for next year. Roy Zinkil practices un his specialty. ISh'inbfrg' TEAM-FIRST ROIV: Mr. Kates teoachl, Hatcher, Mandel. Bard. Horwitz. Y'Yaterbury. Duhl, Boi kan. Hunter. Cloldenberg. Vetter. Mitchell, Baxter. SECOND ROIV: Teegarclen. Ferguson, Zimher, Nelson. Mercier. Huguenor. Sollis. Hicks. Luecker Fitzpatrick. Roche. Hall. llohnson. Nickel. THIRD ROIV: Moulding. Harper, Segersten. Durovic, Malugen. Duncan. Cuelieh. Swisher, Henkel. Fox Brin. Rose. Doolittle. tSl4'inIn'rgi VARSITY OUTDOOR TRACK TEAM-FIRS t T ROYV: Mr. Ahnaguer fcoaelij. Timm, Davidson, Batchford, Zinkil. Renn. Emery. Heidbriuk, Mr. Kates fcoachl. SECOND ROW: llliite. Nluench. McCarty. Ryan, Hagenah. Michael. Griggs. Henderson. McLeod. THIRD ROW: Fageuholz. Carpenter, Buesch. Brook. Brandenburg. lftnyre. Proft. Haugsuess. Hall, fLoefjlcrj Y A Etnyrc. the 1e:IggIIe'-I sermnd leacliIIg scorer, 1l.l7l'ffll'I', VARSITY NIAINE EAST . 1N'IoR'I'ImN . . RICH . . NILES .... LEAK PARK . . HIGHl..fXX1J PARK LAGRANGI5 . . NORTH QZHICAGO PROVISO . . . NV.-I Lf Ii EGAN . ICVANSTON . NIORTON . . NILFS. . . . QDAK PARK . . PIIGHLAND PARK PRoVIso . . . KVA LF KEGA N . ICVANSTON . EVANSTON . X'V.-XLRIEGAN . 92 OPP 50 61 52 42 63 45 70 73 58 63 46 63 43 59 41 40 47 5 1 51 57 N.T. 41 54 62 56 58 86 58 Ss 51 so 68 39 40 74 68 56 43 65 57 43 AIVNIOR VARSITY XYORK . . . MAINE 1CAs'I' KIORTON . . Y'0RK . . . AIAINIE IQIST NILES . . . KDAK PARK . HIGHIHIND P PRovIso . . EVANSTIIN . RIORTON . . cj.-XK PARK . I'RoVIso . . 117.-XUKEG,-XX 1ivANs'I'oN . .XRK N.'I'. 61 58 48 49 40 S9 47 61 43 56 49 50 47 63 71 1 NIZIIIHSICI' norm "lQQ2l1llSI Prmisu. flurfllzfrl as. ggi f -,,,,,..f.ffff',.,.fy.:T'3' ' I , -:ew n,,,,Qfffg.,. XVIIH1 amd Fox rcbouml. llmrffl 1 Varsit Improved The fourth place finish was their best in four years. The New Trier varsity basketball team wound up the season in fourth place with a seven won and seven lost record in league play. The fourth place finish was their best in four years. The team's overall re- cord was nine wins and eleven losses. Scott Etnyre was the team's leading scorer with 22-l points in fourteen league games. This sixteen point per game aver- age was the second best in the Suburban League. Ltnyre was voted to the first team of the All-Suburban League team. His reputation as the league's best dribbler and shooting guard was most effectively shown in the first regional tournament game against llvanston. XVith his great dribbling and driving lay-ups, he led his team. which had been one point behind at the end of the third quarter, to a 57 to 51 victory. Junior forward Harvey Fox was the league's fifth leading scorer with 180 points. This 12.9 point per game average, coupled with his steady rebounding, made him a dependable man throughout the season. Fox's best game was the second league en- counter with Proviso liast. He scored twenty-two points in the 56 to 49 win. Co-captain Dave Coolidge was the league's best rebounding guard and ninth in league scoring. His 160 point-s and ll.-l point per game average gained him a berth on the third team of All-Suburban League team. ln the last game of the season, the regional game against VVaukegan, Coolidge scored 25 of the teamls 43 points. The first team was completed by Jim Holmes and Klaury VVolff. Yvolff was the best defensive player on the team. Co- captain Holmes was a consistent rebounder and defensive player. Holmes played his finest game in the 56 to 49 defeat of Pro- viso East. Paul Stonich and John Karlen played alternately as the sixth man on the team. Coolidge takes a jump shot against Waukegan. QLoelflerl Holmes up for a shot. fLneHIerj eb- - nm.. 'timeout V A R SIT Y BASKETBALL- FIRST ROYV: Mr. Lewis fcoaehj, Lynch. Adams, Griggs, Crow. Coolidge. Mr. Nislmet fcoaclij. SECOND RONY: Manaster. Proft, Etnyre, D'Aneona. Clough. Sto- nich. THIRD ROW: Karlen. Holmes. Lordahl, Shauger, Hall. Maylnier. FOURTH ROYV: Loos. Overlook, Fox. W'olH. Mee. Hurtt. fSleinbergj Frosh B Top Team Their third place finish paced all the squads. VVith a record of seven games won and seven lost, the sophomore basketball team gained a fourth place tie in the Suburban League. The overall seasonls record was eleven wins and seven losses. John VVil- liams, John Klajor, Bob lNlagnuson, Al Ovson, and Tommy Nisbet were the start- ing-hve for the team. The Ponies could have easily improved on their record, for three of their losses were by a total of live points. The team was coached by Xl r. Roy Ftnyre and lllr. -lohn hlacobson. The Freshman "All basketball team, coached by Blr. Klelvin Fsarev wound up FRESHMAN "BH ow. N. T. YYORK . . . . 20 39 lXfI.fx1NE EAST . . 26 33 lX'IoRToN . . . 29 31 Yr0RK . . . . 22 52 BIAINE EAST . . 20 56 Nnais. . . . 32 35 LJ.-XK PARK .... 36 33 HIGHL.fXND PARK . . 22 42 lXlAlNl2 XX7EST . . . 17 40 Piaoviso . . . 37 36 Iiv.fxNsToN . . 39 30 NTORTON . . . 38 47 O,'XK PARK . . 30 45 Pkoviso . . . . 56 30 AT.-UNE VVEST . . 38 40 XV.u'KEG.-xx . . 43 33 Emxsrox . . 35 49 94 FRESHMAN IEASKETBALI.,--FIRST ROVV: Mr. Parker lcoachl. Bierneck, Center. Johnson. Rohr. Loos, Greene. SECOND ROW: Frissell, Fields, Grey, Baby, Bornhoelt. Segersten, Mr. Esa- rey ll'0ElClll. THIRD ROVV: Dahl, Nelson. Cessel. Newman, Mayer, Len- lesty. Cooke. FOURTH ROW: Claire, Berlin. Doolittle. Carclner. Belhke. fleluglirsj Rick Berlin shoots in a freshman game fl2Q1ilIlSlfPl'0YISIl. ll.mfh'lr'rl the league season with a four and seven won-and-lost record. The team, however, evened its overall record at eight wins and eight losses. This record was good enough for a sixth place finish in the Suburban League. For the second consecutive year, the Freshman "lily basketball team placed bet- ter in its league than any other New Trier basketball team. Its seasonls record of thir- teen wins and tour losses was also the best earned by any of the teams. Coached by Klr. Robert Parker, the team gained third place in the Suburban League. 1 Tun Xvilllkfjlllll players block il shut by AIQIQIIIISUII. fl.1II'.h'lr'I'l SUPHOMORE BASKETBALL TEAM lFIRST ROW: Mr. JZICOIHSOII fC02iC.'1l,. VYcal1IerfOrd. Howdy, Adnrus. NIHgllllSUIl. f1T1S2lll'l0l'C. Dear, Kremer, Sauer. XYillizIIIIs. Mr. Elnyre flfflilflly. SECOND RUXV: Slolkin. Swisher. Matt. Majors, Lazzura, Stephens, Smart, 15lL'c10SIl. Henderson, AIOIIIISIOII. Ovsun, Nisbet. fLl7I'fl'lf'l'l SUPHOMORE Orr. N.T. RIAINE I-IAST . . 42 50 KIORTON . . . 45 37 RICH . . . 47 55 Nurs .... . 37 53 OAK PARK .... 37 54 HIGHLIAND PARK. . 48 56 LACQR.-XNGE .... 38 46 NORTH CI-IIQAGO. . 37 52 PROYISO ....., 5 6 54 XVAKKEGAN . . 40 38 ICYANSTON . . 63 62 AIORTON . . 48 55 NILES .... . 55 71 CDAK PARK .... 47 63 HIGHLAND PARK. . 47 65 PROVISO ..... 61 43 VV.-I L' K IQGA N . . 59 50 EVANS'I'ON . . 43 37 FRESI'IBl.'XN "A" OPP. N.T. YORK .... . 32 41 AIAINE ICAST . . 49 60 NIORTON . . . . 38 37 XIAINE 10.-KST . . 36 37 NILES .... . 31 23 OAK PARK .... 48 44 HIGHI..4NlJ PARK . . 34 43 BIAINE XVISST .... 3 4 31 PROVISO . . . . 54 52 FVANSTUX . . 39 33 NIORTON . . . 42 56 OAK PARK . . 41 53 PROVISU . . . . 54 52 IXIAINI3 XVLST . . 50 51 XV.-XUKEGAN . . 51 40 ICVANSTON . . 49 40 95 VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM STATE MEET TEAM Swimmers Best in Histor Five individual national record holders and tremendous depth combine to give N. T. swimmers the title of "greatest high school swimming team in the world," The New Trier swimming team com- pleted a season unparalled in prep swim- ming history, finishing undefeated as Subur- ban League, Indian Relays, and Illinois State Champions. Five swimmers, Roger Goettsche, Dale Kiefer, Dave Lyons, Fred Schmidt, and Terry Townsend combined to set a total of fifteen national inter-scho- lastic high school records. ln addition to these individual records, New Trier set national records in the -l-00 and 200 yard medley relays and in the 400 yard free-style relay. State, Suburban League, varsity, and pool records were set in every event. The outstanding achievement of the sea- son was the winning of New Trier's twelfth state championship, the teamls fifth in six years. New Trier scored a record I0-f points to second place Evanstonls feeble 96 69. New Trier completely dominated the meet, taking all but two of the eleven first places. The only sad note of the season was diving coach Verne Condonls announcement of his retirement, after he had coached Duncan XIcDougall to the state champion- ship. The sophomore team finished a successful season, hnishing a close second to Evanston for the Suburban League Championship, while one of the most promising freshman teams ever to enter New Trier swept through its entire schedule undefeated and won the Suburban League Championship. At the National American Athletic Un- ion College Swimming and Diving Com- petition held at Yale, the New Trier swim- mers took third place among the top college VARSITY SWIMMING TEAM-FIRST ROVV: Mcfluigan. Shanley, Boyd, May, Lechner, Traweek, Munclhenk, Matson, Brackett. SECOND ROW: Lavin, Dosch- er, Townsend, Schmidt, Lyons, Wolff. Goet- tsche, Kiefer, Keck, McDougall, Sessions, S. jones. THIRD ROVV: Sawyer, Lucas, Ra- ber. Hutcheson, WV. jones. Burns, Andreas. Fisher, Pritzker, Miller, Mr. Condon lcoaehj, Mr. Essick lcoachl. Mr. Robert- son leoachj. FOURTH ROVV: Levine, Rubinson, MeClave, Bulkley, Louudy. Post. Cray. lL0l'Ul8l'l STATE MEET TEAM-FIRST ROW: S. Jones. Gray. Sawyer. Lucas, Pritzker, J. Kiefer. SECOND ROVV: Lavin, Doscher, Townsend. Schmidt. Lyons, Wolll, Goet- tsehe, D. Kiefer, Keck, McDougall, Sessions. THIRD RONV: Raber, Hutcheson. W. jones. Burns, Andreas, Fisher. Miller, Bur- son. Mr. Condon leoachj. Mr. Essick lcoaelil. Mr. Robertson tcoachj. lLnrf- flerb VARSITY QPP. N.'r. Ci.1NToN ....... 12 74- Hixsimrs . . 33 62 VVAUHES1-1A . . , 1+ 81 NILES EAST . . . 23 63 EVANSTON . . . . 55 76 OAK PARK . . . . 16 70 HIGHLAND PARK . . . 14- 72 JANESVILLIZ . . . . 23 72 Pkoviso East . . . 29 55 VVA UwA'rosA . . . 16 70 EVANSTON . . . 30 56 EvANs'roNt . . . . 98M 112 Moivrox ..... . 9 76 WAUKEGAN West . . . 15 71 Mama East ..... 14 72 Ev.xNs'roNt+ ..... 69 104 df Indian Relays State Meet teams in the nation. Schmidt took two sec- ond places, Lyons and Kiefer each a fourth. Combined with a fourth place in the 4-00 yard medley relay, these victories gave New Trier the third place berth. This is par- ticularly impressive in View of the fact that Roger Goettsche, a high point scorer in last year's meet, was injured and unable to swim. After its performance in the AAU meet, New Trier was proclaimed the un- disputed national high school champion. SOPHONIURE SIYIMMING TEAM -FIRST ROIY: Klein, Rntliermcl. Wolff. jacliyin, Bryant. liurson, Kie- fer. Foster. Holland. Oliver. SEC- OND ROYV: Kleinfelcl. Stern. MC- Dongal. Tlionius. Isgrig. Brtllantille. Yost. Cooperrxiun. Mr. Condon fcouclxj. Mr. Essick fcoaclij. Mr. IQODCTISOII lcoaclil. THIRD ROYV: Bersbacli. R. jones. McLaren. Yeu- lllilll. Frieclrnrni, G. Jones. fI.m'fll1'rj Fred Schmidt. Inatimlal high school record holder in the 100-yard butterfly. 1L!7I'ffll'l'l FRESHMAN SCORES MAINE EAST . . HINSDIII.E . . NILES EAST . . OAK PARK . . PIIGHLAND PARK PROYISO EAST . EVANSTUN . IYTORTON . OPP. 21 33 21 13 22 1-1 2-1- 13 SOPHOMORE SCORES HINSDALE , . . Nn.Es EAST . . LAKE FOREST . OAK PARK . , I-IIcnI.ANn PARK jANI:svII.I.E . . PRoI'Iso EAST . VVAUWATUSA . . EVA N STON . . LAKE l70RIiS'1' . MoRToN . . . VVAUKEGAN VVEST. , . MAINE EAST . . OPP. -1-8 1-1- 15 33 17 22 16 26 -H 8 17 15 32 JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES CLINTON 1IA.D . WAUKESIIA . . LAKE FOREST . EVANSTIIN . . Enmwoon PARK LAKE FOREST . EVANSTON . . 97 OPP. 7 32 11 31 18 S 30 Nfl 65 +8 65 73 6-1 71 62 73 N T -1-7 72 70 S3 69 6-1- 69 60 -12 78 69 71 5-1- N.T. 78 53 75 55 77 78 S6 FRESHMAN SWIMMING TEAM-FIRST ROYY: Heilernann. Davis. ,Iznnes Clilforcl. Jerome Clifford. Bnr- son. Lncente. 1YooIlbury. Miyu. SECOND ROW: Props. Chase. 1YlIitelzIw. Richter. Shapiro. Krulil. Ross. Berpgrnan. Sacra. Hurrah. Sem-les. 'I2iCliIl1HIl. THIRD ROVY: Egan. Volckens. Runclle. Foley. Weisseiiherggeig Steinberg, jones. Bryant. Batnngarl. Brinclell. Trnkenbrotl. Mr. Condon fcoaclij. Mr. Essick fcoaclij. Mr. Robertson fcoaclij. FOI RTH ROW: Farwell. Litten. liiiclier. Leunian, Pettit. Bennett, Kreer. Fell. Grace, Watson, Henclrey. Kennedy. Dickey. lL0eUlerj Grapplers Have Good Season Against strong competition the varsity matmen, under coaches Hurley and 1Vell- ington, compiled a Suburban League record of three wins and four losses. Their over- all record was 10--1. The grapplers started the year off right by beating Reayis, by a score of 27-19. The wrestlers followed this win with two more. a 31-1-1 victory over Thornton and a 25-19 win over North Chicago. ln its first Subur- ban League meet the team lost to Niles by 16-26. Following that, however. the matmen defeated Oak Park 30-1-1, lylaine East 25-19, Highland Park 37-11, and Tilden Tech 28-15. The wrestlers lost their next meet to Proyiso by a score of 26-16 but they bounced right back by beating Oak Lawn, 24-22, and Evanston, 25-1-1. The grapplers lost the next two to hlorton and VVauke- gan by scores of 20-22 and 29-15 respec- tively. but they came back to beat Glen- brook, in the last dual meet of the year, by a score of 24--16. Peter Diltz, at Q5 pounds, and Don Behm, at 112 pounds, were undefeated in dual meet competition throughout the year. Steve YVishart went through the season at VARSITY W'1-IESTLINC-FIRST RONY: WVishart. Prentiss. Claarde. Byflllll. Blankstein. Kassen. Lawrence. Hathaway. Domeniek. Osborne. Belun, Dutz. SECOND ROWV: Mr. WVellington Qeoachj, Mr. Hurley lcoaehl. Braun. Atle, Oliver, Pheinister, Long. Berlancl. Krez, Kruger, Shoemaker, Forrester, n:a...,,..,1 IK,-lmf-1 W. .....-....-Q f-Q 103 pounds with 11 victories. Other wres- tlers who had strong records throughout the year were Frank Kassen, Roger Blank- stein, and Sam Diamond. Three New Trier wrestlers-Behm, Blankstein, and Kassen-went down to Champaign to compete for state wrestling crowns. Behm, a sophomore, placed second in his weight division. These three grap- plers gave New Trier a total of eleven points and sixth place in state competition. VARSITY SCORES OPP. N.T. REAv1s . . . 19 27 '1'HoRNToN . . . 1-1 31 NoRTH CHICAGO . . 19 25 Nrmzs .... . 26 16 OAK PARK . . 1-1 30 MAINE EAST . . . 19 25 HIGHLANDPARK. . 11 37 TILDEN TECH. . . 15 28 Przoviso . . . . 26 16 OAK LAWN . . 22 2-1 IEVANSTON . . 1-1 25 MoRToN . . . 22 20 NVAUKEGAN . . Z9 15 GLENBROOK. . . 16 241 98 1 Don Behm. second in the state in his weight division. 1L0ef7'lfrl Fair Showing by Soph The sophomore wrestling team, coached hy Bill Turner, clitl not do so well as the varsity this year. Its over-all recortl was eight losses, five wins, antl one tie. The sophomore matmen started the year by losing the first two meets, the first to Reavis. 21413. and the second to Thornton, 17-29. They came hack to heat North Chi- cago but lost the next three to Niles, Oak Park, and Klaine Fast. ln the next four meets, they beat Tilden Tech, Highland Park, Proviso, and Oak Lawn. l'lOll0XYl11gf that, 11owex'e1'. they lost to lfvanston, VVan- kegan, anrl Glenbrook anrl tied Klorton. Although their record was not good this year. there was an indication of a bright future, since the team won the Qnadrangn- lar lleet over 1Vat1kegan by a score of 105-99. FRESHMAN-SOPHONIORE WRESTLING TE.-XM-FIRST ROW: Mr. Turner feoaehl. Riley. Truckenhrorl. MacLean. Trossinan. Theohalcl. Collin. Robison. Seller. Hnrgeg. Wald. Nlarsli. 1Vinficlc1. SECOND ROXV: Ketter. Bell, Goldberg. Scott. Huesch. Keitel. Reiter. Caselli. Stuart. .-Xlexanrler. Tinkhnm. Harris. Scliuctt. Ricci. THIRD ROYV: Mr. Metzger fl'01lL'lll, Morris. Rocllfers. KIll0'llf Lewis Powell Tienson U0llllSlUIl Rothlrirt Kane. Hvooclall. Whipple. Hutton, Cordon. Patterson. Martin. Steatlry. fiI'C'ClllJCVLE.1 FOURTH RTIW: Fageiiliolz. Rose. Senco, Golcliiizin. Stollel Sllllllli ljosclier. Rasteller. Robinson. Marcus. Nelson. Hebner. Stack. Loper. Sollis. fL!7l'IflI1l'l v tfffgmwmmnu - loin Marsh gguillotinesw his opponent. fB!'!lIlIIl ff' V AIVNIOR VARSITY OPP. N.T. RIORTON . . 27 20 EVANSTON . . 31 13 PRovi so . . . 28 19 OAK PARK . . 15 33 NILES . . . 20 17 VVAL' K HGAN . . . 19 25 FROSH ore. x.T. KVA L' KEG.-KN . 36 18 NILES . . . 38 10 OAK PARK . . 10 -12 PROVISO . . -12 8 EVANSTON . . 16 32 KIoR'roN . . 26 17 SOPIIOMORES ow. Nxt. REAVIS . . . . 31 21 'THORNTON .... 29 17 NORTH CHICAGO . . 20 32 Nnaes ...... 3 5 9 QD.-KK PARK . . 27 17 TXIAINIE EAST . . 28 26 Tirnux 'TECH . . . 8 42 1-liGHI.ANn PARK . . 1-1 3-1 PROVISO . . . . 23 2-1 OAK LAWN . . 13 39 EvANsToN . . 29 15 BIoR'roN . . . 26 26 XVA L' K ECA N . . -12 6 KJLENIZROOK . . 32 15 99 Gymnasts Prove Fit This year the gymnastics tea successful season, finishing with a ten wins, two losses, and one tit 1 meets. The highlight of the season wa meet held at New Trier on lifla In the meet New Trier placed si Porte took third place in the state Iohn Cashman took third on the jim Graf took third in rebound Bob Beguelin, tenth on the high VVarren Schulz placed tenth on At the gymnastics banquet capt Hutchinson and Bob Beguelin that next year's captains would Cashman and Stan Thompson. B lin was awarded the Richard Nlemorial Trophy for outstand manship. The squad was comprised mostlx iors. For this reason, prospen coming season are good. Bob Beguelin does his routine on the horizontal bar ni the state gymnastics meet. lLl7PHle"I', l00 Bright Hopes For Netmen Iiy early llay the New Trier varsity tennis team had racked up a record of five perfect victories and one loss under the di- rection of coaches Hughes Davis and jerry Klorgan. The netmen jumped into practice this year defying the extremes of early Klarch weather. These practices amidst snow, rain, and knifing winds, however, started paying off when they opened the season by whitewashing the team from Arlington Heights by a score of 5-0. Bill Rice, Bill Ewen, and john Hunter won the varsity numbers one, two, and three singles match- es, respectively, and Chuck Sweet and -lay Huebsch combined to take the number one doubles match. The number two varsity doubles team of Ray Brandell and Steve Erenberg also triumphed. The Indians went on to shut out the next four teams- Blaine East, Lake Forest, Highland Park, and Proviso. also by the score of 5-O. The netmen lost the next dual meet in a very close match with an exceptionally strong Evanston team, 3-2. Because of the strong showing of the net- ' mf. ,Q - ' - ' --1' - :t ' If- .. - f 3 ., 'E .'1?f:i?l1f"ff2?i. . ,Vit al "' ' lg . , , 57 W L' Egg? , f uni ,, . ' .- 1 ' -J::'r.:.'.Nffs.1ez r 1 .1 ,, .wffr wi -a a. H . iii. iii f ga' g , ,Q J: - . 4, .. 1 - g A .- f :'1if3nf1'f' -5ig'd,'::6:?S Wr,'?'2i.y2f21fa-'MEGY,-x .1 'if f-:N g-S.. I- '53,-Q 2 i s s' ' I W 'ea 4 7 f 'Si 5: . , e .1 '12v',f113l-ff? , . ,. Lynn I , ,, jim Ingersoll ol the frosli-sopli team. Iiill Rice, first singles man on the varsity. fI.1vffflf'rj lI.nr'ffIerj men up to this point, New Trier could ex- Heights in a -I-l victory. Pug Schoen, Lee pect the varsity tennis team to continue its Borden, and Sonny Knight won their sin- winning ways. gles matches for the Ponies as did the first The sophomore tennis team, under the doubles team of Parker Adams and Bob direction of frosh-soph coaches Ed Kahler Vail. The sophomores followed up this and Art Tenney, followed the lead of the first victory by winning the next four meets varsity team by turning in a beginning rec- -Blaine East -I-I, Lake Forest -I-I, High- ord of five won and one lost. They started land Park 3-I, and Proviso 5-O-and by the season by stroking down Arlington losing the last meet to Evanston, 2-3. VARSITY TENNIS TE.-XM-FIRST ROXY: Mr. Morgan feoaclij. Debs, jones, Huelzseli. Kaufman, Keating, Edenburg. Mr. Dax is lcoaelij. SEC- OND ROW: Ewen. Sweet. Hartlt. Spero. Miller. Richter, Rice. Hunter, Brandell. lI.uf'Hlr'rj .. 'g ,L W nf FRESIIM.-KN-SfPPHOXIORE TENNIS TEAM-FIRST ROW: Borden. Childs, liradbury. Ingersoll. Nielsen. Savage. Mr. Tenney ICUZICIII. SEC- OND ROW: Melaugh. Kallick. Weiss- enherger. Kreer. Factor. Selioen, Oli- ver. THIRD ROXY: Mr. Kaliler teoaelil. Adams. Rasmussen. Vail. Alrranisnn. Karger. Rosberg. ISCIIIIIII felt? r 4 IOI H- ,,,,,-P, y- rm. , ,l-vm. Only two bad defeats, at the hands of XVaukegan and Lane Tech, had marred the varsity record by press time. Otherwise, all of the games were close and hard fought. Coach Lightner complimented the team on its work in these close games and in prac- tice. Hard and diligent play characterized this year's team, despite the relative inex- perience of many members. The varsity was composed of twelve jun- iors and thirteen seniors. The team's lead- ing pitcher was senior Dave Klitchell. However, junior Al Oppenheimer was often used. From third to first, the infield was composed of Kully Rohlen, Dave Campion, Dave Lynch, and John Burpo. In the Olli- field were Klilce Scott, Gordy Adams, and captain Les Overlock. Al Bazzoni and Terry Townsend, a converted onthelder, handled the catching. The relief pitching was supplied mainly by juniors lfd D'Ancona and Bob Nelson and seniors Jim Holmes, dlilce Doscher. and Steve Depperman. The team looked forward to a strong finish and a winning season. l02 Well Fough Contests by Batmen Knlly Kohlen at bat. fLf7I'Ull'I', V ,X R S I T Y BASEBALL TEAM- FIRST ROW: Kellock, Campion. Mitchell. Scott. Deppernian, Green, Overloek, liazzoni. Fleming. Langen- bach. Holmes, Townsend. Rohlen. SECOND ROW: Kurz. Adams, Op- penheimer. Greenegarcl, Shauger, Muth- ey. D'Aneona. DKJSCTICI, Burpo. Wole- ben. Lynch. johnson, Mr. Lipghtner Ieoaclij. lLru'fflz'rj VARSITY OPP. N. . T P.-xLAT1N E .... 2 4- NoRTH Cuicaoo . . 12 9 NoRTH CHICAGO . . 9 10 1 0 LANE Teen . . . 1 HIGHLAND PARK . . 6 5 OAK PARK . . . 5 I O,-xx PARK . . 2 5 TCVAXSTON . . l 7 EV.xt'KEo.'xx . 14 5 if ' - Success Predicted FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM At press time, before the season was over. sophomore coach Klr. Tl..rodore Cramlet predicted that his baseball team could win the Suburban League title. The team got off to a slow start, but outstanding players such as pitchers Alohn Smart and Frank Elliot, first baseman Bruce KlacDonald, and outlielders Al Ov- son and Tom Nisbet were expected to over- come this disadvantage. Successive losses to Oak Park, Evanston, VVaukegan, and Pro- viso, after a win over Notre Dame, were partially the result of weak batting. The fielding was generally good. Also, Coach Cramlet hinted that a winning season might require greater eliort on the part of some of his players. In contrast to the sophomore team, Coach Ron lilein's freshmen started out their season with four straight victories, defeating Notre Dame, Oak Park, Evans- ton, and Proviso. In the Evanston game Lee llorris pitched a no-hit game for New Trier, winning by a score of 5-l. MAN ' 'F --. J, 'Q JB , Y "- 5 .A . , " ' A A "' A , Hafwzez , . awww ,,-.YW-lull! kv ji ,mlfwdw Nwqwfilwwae Y w , . - V Af W, hun , t. ? VSWR., P, A 5 gastric , Q FRESHMAN BASEBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Mr. Klein leoaehl. Kuitz. Leanian. Greene. Frissell. Fogelmzln. Wloll, Mtflqigue. Carson. Schiff. Mr. Lair lcoaehl. SECOND ROYY: Baby. Mayer. Rodgers. Frank. Seher. Grey. Fowle. Fullerton. Mitchell. Pollack. Dean, Horn. THIRD ROYV: Johnson. Gardner. Walter, Lasky. Scott. Selling. Manchester. Morris. Bornhoeft, Roepke. Cessel. Freedman. lS1'lmf:l SOPHOMORE BASEBALL TEAM- FIRST ROYV: Mr. xY21llCfl10llSC lCOZ1Cll,. Diltz, Poulos. Gastwirth, Alexander, Nisbet. Hall. Elliott. Cornyn. McCabe. Mr. Cram- let leoachj. SECOND ROW: Mcflosh. Major. W'illizuns. Nilsson. Smart. Clark. Matt. Lafferty. johnson. Fenton. THIRD ROYV: Hinkle. Ryan. Davis. Orson. XVl1ip- ple, Kremer. Crisaniore. Macdonald. Steph- ens. Bernstein. Hartlielcl. fSf1'lIlIll'I'g'l FRESHMEN oPP. N.T. NOTRE D.-uni . . 3 5 OAK PARK . . 2 -l Evxxsrox . 1 5 Pizoviso . . 1 3 XVAUKEG.-XX . . 7 -l SOPHOMORES OPP. N.T. NOTRE DAME . . . 3 3 OAR PARK . . -l 1 EV.-XNSTON . . 4 0 XVALKEGAN . . 9 3 Pizoviso . . -l 3 soPHoMoRE BASEBALL TEAM I 03 A Slow Start The varsity golf team started out the season slowly. When this publication went to press, their record was three wins and four losses, including a victory in a quad- rangular meet. ln their first meet on April 19th, the varsity lost to Glenbrook ll--l. They then defeated Hinsdale, SM-62. Following that, the varsity fell to Joliet 10-5. They lost Pl l'em:1tCl1 with Hinsdale and then john Zopp putting. lS!1ri1ll1rrgj went to Champaign where they won a quad- rangular meet from Champaign, Quincy, and Aloliet. ln their first Suburban League meet, the varsity defeated Highland Park 9-6, but in their next meet, the team lost to Glenbrook 8-7. The team's five best players were Fred Fischl, Jim Bronner, John Zopp, Jim Feld- man, and Jim Freeman. The team was coached by lllr. Raymond Fearheiley. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE GOLF TEAM-FIRST ROWV: Levin. Palmer. Star, Drew. Sllaltman. Najarian, Harwood. SECOND ROVV: Mr. Carlstrorn lcoachl, Margolis. Natenherg. Zimmerman. St1cl:ler.VMarqu1s, Patterson, Bersbzlcll. Slultz. THIRD ROW: Rosenfels. Klein. Cranat, Ehrbar, Cutsche. lVelcl1. Goldman, English. fSfei11bergj 0 Fun 1n A y Season GAA provided many afternoons of games for all New Trier girls. "Sports are fun for everybody, No matter what you want to play. ltls all in GAA. Come on and join the fun in any season. . .U So goes the GAA initiatesl song, which summarizes all the workings of this organ- ization. GAA provided many afternoons of games for all New Trier Girls, and at the same time, gave the girls a chance to become better acquainted. The fall season found GAA officers wel- coming new girls to New Trier and or- ganizing soccer and field hockey games, riding lessons, badminton and tennis matches, and recreational swimming periods. Rlid-season sports including basketball, tumbling and apparatus, beginning, inter- mediate, and advanced modern danceg yol- leyballg synchronized swimming, fencing, and ice skating. Fine leadership increased the participation in these sports over that of previous yea1's. At the end of the season GAA presented its annual winter award assembly, which featured professional performances by wo- man midwestern gymnastic champions. Early in the second semester initiation was held, though in a somewhat modified form. Because of the changing needs of a growing school, it was explained, GAA did away with the traditional "trial by ridiculell initiation involving costumes and fantastic hair-dos, and initiates were required only to carry stuffed animals. Nonetheless, this -. new type of initiation accomplished the same goal as its antecedent-to set the initi- ates apart from the rest of the students and to give these girls recognition for becoming members of GAA. Spring sports included softball, tennis, archery, lacrosse, and riding. ln Slay, GAA dancers combined with the opera dancers to present the dance demonstration. GAA's final activity was an award assembly and banquet at which high point winners and new oflicers were announced. GAA officers are proud of the work their organization did this year-proud of the games, proud of the girls who played them, and proud that they were able to make sports Hfun for everybodyfl .tts V. g , ' 137' x ,eg 1 Q K 4 i l ,,1fff'lz5i7' , ggggg W. ' s ' - Y fi . " . i ' 'if :fe i 2a '?E'e4f A ref? if ,. ' ' Z' ' ' 4 ,Lugz Mi:i.iND.x 'l'1iuMii1cM.4N M HCNO AIILNE Bun 'l'm.ri2R SUSAN VINNEDGE if Y Li Cigiuirman of the Intramurals Membership Projects W -A . '1f":ff epresenlcmves la' .' . ' 1 ' All ,N ,L K. f 5 ' A , , xx -"ff ,, qs wpiaw, ' ' - f -' 1-fu. . r-'ia.-ae' - fe , K . - ' 5252" " 'I' " . 32535. Cui. Rnxioyn Lucy Bizcxizn . 1 ' 5 X . ,, President Vice-president ' - ' . " . -'- 1. -- 4' 'i'-' P' ,. Y -' ix 511,36 'L' '17 1 .4 f F if , L -Laf-M "1 , s . ff . a sziiimazaiiia if , ' itillm - il - .. f if . , .A M. O ' i -V ' 'if li' ,, , ANNE xVlll'l'E Clutyi. Scixiuxm KATIE GARCIA il' ' A ' ' 5 Service Social Art t A " . 4? 2 l s l, Y L L 7, M. .1 3 ff Pm Moinzex Secretary 1 A w , 21 1. .in 'L as x saw- :..1.a I it CAROLE MCM moy Treasurer V' Q ','f2lii15,N . is is :f'1fi?f2 4 K- 'A 'ig' 'ef' ,, W I 1. Ku' K.xi:si.,xK1z Publicity I05 ll.A.A. SPORTS BOARD-FIRST ROW: Whipple, Mee. Stringfellow. SEC- COMMITTEE MEMBERS-FIRST ROW: Burner. S. Garrett. Becker, OND ROW: Vinnedgrc, Lewis, Derlaeki. ltlorris. Milne. Maynard, Dalillieilner. Kirby. Magill. Yurlell. SECOND ROW: Rutherford. VVyss. Fenn, THIRD ROIV: Stzilnaker, Feuer, I'Iagenuli. Tillany, Harper. Haring. Olipliant. Sinclair, Kqrfl. Wlnlf, N. Gzrrrett. THIRD ROW: Herbenar. Einhree. l5rown. tslefinlrergj Duke, Merrick. Kimball. Wlilteslde. Welch. tSr 1101.1 FIRST SEMESTER REPRESEN- TATIVES-FIRST ROIV: Stol- kin. Carlson. Newinen. Nlzrgges, Beers. Prentiss, Farrell. liersbacli. Selmen. SECOND ROW: Net- tlcmnn. Ruoks. Kelly. Figge. Hemi. West. Herlvst, Cooney, En- nis. Wolf. THIRD ROW: Heu- rieli. Lower. IIarringgton, Pope. Alfini. Rnglmy, Dunn, Dubinsky, Foringer. Kopel. FOURTH ROIV: Ingersoll, Cundlacli. D I1 li l i n , Liebrnnn, Harper. Levy, Alford. Selunicl. Fisclnl, Cznneron. Mer- rick. FIFTH ROVV: ciI'2lIlStI'Olll. ltlaggidson. Derlaeki. Nelson, Brandwein. Tonk. Cotter. Murray. Betlike. Hernandez. S I XTH ROW: Roesing. IVilliznn:-1, Pier- clizrla. Velde. Ruunigart. Merrick. Scliillo. Hutcllinsnn, C 0 wd y. tlicrniel SECOND SEMESTER REPRE- SENTATIVES-FIRST ROW : Dyer. Newnien, Muggill, Herbst. Stolkin. II. Kelly. Lewis. Bers- lmcli. Levy. liigg, Angell. SEC- OND ROIV: Fallen. Metzger. Mann. Hernandez, West. Tucker. Ileitrnan. Klein, Erwin, Fisclil. Ilzilclwin. THIRD ROVV: Taylor. Brandwein, Ixlcxlf. Cottrell, Diet- tricli. Cllllllilljlllllllll. Owen, Iiur- son, Engel, Loewenlierz, Derlacki. FOURTH ROW: S. Kelly. VVolil- rub. Bacon. Stryker, Caineron. Houliliun. IVuck. Scliillu. Selnnitl. Milnor. FIFTH ROW: Black- inzin. Ilrew. Elliott. Pier-cliala Eecert. C0 n n el l y. Zinnnernian. Argent. Burns. Feuer. Mitchell SIXTH ROIV: Townsend. Sclinei- der. Mer1'it'k. linylstmi, Olipliant lielirendt. Mandel. Evans. flier- wifi BXCK M'l B tes Bruwn 1000 POINT IVINNERS-Left to Riglit: Huring. Maynard. Milne, Iirown OFFICIALS-FRONT: Rliein, Jnlinsen. .- . : 'IIlC, a ., '. tS4'lmI:j Slierinzin. Sznnuelsun. tSfllnl:J 2+ -,Y CLASS MANAGERS-FIRST ROXY: Maynard. Peck. Heitinan. Kurz. Car- POOL GUARD-FIRST ROW: Peck. I-Ieitman, True, Hagenah, Wilson rington. Factor. SECOND ROIV: YViebolLlt. Steinberg, Cozacl. Polito, Cozacl. McMahon. SECOND ROYV: Maluggen. Griggs. Rosser, 'Tomb Cohen. Nelson. Metz. lSz'l1al:l McDougall. White. Nielsen. THIRD ROYV: Bernan, Schroeder, IVHIC Fairhairn. Foringer. Foster, Kurz. fI.!ll'HIfVl CA..-X. F.-XCI7l.TY INSTRLCTORS-FIRST ROYV: Miss Clzispgo. Mrs. Stevens. Mrs. Kul- ingg. Miss Boulton. Miss Erickson. Mrs. Sut- ton, Miss King. SECOND ROYY: Miss W'hitinore. Mrs. Wagner. Miss llnhnson. Miss Dorph. Miss Ramsey. Miss Keating. Miss Frazier. Mrs. Honpes. Miss Sorenson. IRIIIII PAGE GIRLS-FIRST ROW.: Mcfizlrty, Gehr. Cohn. Hoyt. Berg. Plafkcr. Blnnibergg. Cone. Levinson. SECOND ROW: Knowl- ton. Cunningggliain. Milne. Sznnuclson. Beesen. Rosner. Jacobs. Bigg. THIRD ROYY: Cornyn. Bzllccr. Criflith. Rutherford, Hosking, Sherman. Garrison. Evers. Billings, Vluzny. FOURTH ROXV: Ilunsernnin. McLean Powers. Knsick. Olson. Porter. Bnrre. Main: zer. Hfnnl ,. 300 POINT WINNERS-FIRST ROW: Staub. True. Becker. Ware. Whipple. Akers. SECOND ROW: 700 POINT WINNERS-LEFT TO RIC Ingersoll. Polito. McLaren. Wenzel. Schneider. Welch. lSrl1nl:j Merrick. Bair. Cotter. YViIliznns. fS1'l1r1l Mfivvl. ' SENIOR HOCKEY CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Welch, White, Milne. SECOND ROW: Feuer, McVey, Nvlllllilllii, Cotter, Maynard. fI.01'ffl1rrl JUNIOR HOCKEY CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Decker, Pearson, McCarthy. SECOND ROVV: Brown, McLaren, Schmid, Oliphant. fL0l'Ulf'I'l SOPHOMORE HOCKEY CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROVV: ln- gersoll, Steinberg, Donaldson, Schneider, Daniels. SECOND ROVV: Greaves. Pach, Herhold, Bair. Vllenzel. Palmer, Sebring, Merrick. 1L0efflerl v I SOPHOMORE HOCKEY CHAMPIONS I O8 Fall SOCCER CHAMPIONS-FlRS'l1 ROYV: Cooney. Glasser. Randall, Morf, Sadin, SECOND ROWV: Brinkley, Becker, Frost, Dl21lL'llfOl'Ll. Maynard, Meyers. 1L0z'fflcrj .,,,,,A, I W i Darcy Randall and an unidentified freshman girl try tn hide from an Etillolis photogra- pher during iniliatinn. 1Lm'fII1'rl A, A - f- - ' L,.A.A. AU . , . SECOND ROYV: Derlacki. Schroeder. Sf.-hillo. Haring, Merrick. Lewis fhead ol' ridingj. fL0cfflerl , -iiiniamia 2.5, I fl'-an-no E VANCED RIDING-FIRST ROXV: Carson. Hair. Snvder. Twentvrnan Ctitlllllllll. Hasty, Clausen, Sprenger. G.A.A. FALL TENNIS YVINNERS-FIRST ROWV: Ingersoll, WYl1itwell. Shankrnan, Bornor. SECOND ROVV: Langford. MacKinnon. Mc- Carthy, Friedlen. Kimball. Ufauj Freslnnen at the initiation assembly: Kathy Zenoff, Barbara Frolnnan. Barb Steinhack. Linda Branclvvein. tSfL'l1llN'I'g', RECREATIONAL SVVIM: Under the guidance of Mrs. A. Stevens. after-school swinnners divid- ed their time equally between free swim. as pic- tured. and hard work. A swinnning meet. open to everyone. was held this winter, and in spring Junior and Senior Lifesaving courses were of- fered to all girls. fLm'fllfrj I09 Winter L Debby Derlacki shoots LIlIl'IIlL!Q all-star basketball garne. ILmfffIr'rj -IINIOR AND SENIOR FIRST CLASS BASKETBALL TEAMS ..,, ,. M ax. ,,..., L .Q ..B. u s.. .sa w f- . ..h.......:.v. W ' . 1- ff. f,."- . - 1 'ww' -,,-' '-'W- f "-' f -re 11 my A931 "" . F p mf-'r.,-ffzf-.f...'',f,.sf5u1.1 ' . 1- " - ,. 2 :, :-g.,.-E.: , - -1: , r-pf. 3 :Q ' ' I- C fl- :.ff'Iz.-fiiilwif 'wg . 3? I Tfi , " ,.. 55 ..,,h ,, ., ,.. 5 '11 .sgf A, nk? 1' i f fix . ".k ze.. . Irevisit?Lrmiifwri' -ifzraf-.':ff':zr .ff 12' Wm .5 Navi f f I ' 'Q ' I . E EZ ? .- ' I -I 91 T 5 9 5.412 'ra . r q . Q . .Q K i,.a.,ji'igg 75" A . 5. I WL. --", :,ff..f.- .et fff' -ff 'r ,,.. 2-1.1: A as . I ,-.Im V Y Y V SOPHQMQRE FIRST CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM Marcia Merrick clrlbbles in play-oil basketball game. QLUcHIz'rj I E' b"r I 'R I . 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' 4 2 ' . ... - ' . 1 .1 rr.r , I - . WW ............M,, .ffiffrfg ,.s..ff, .,. I . . A f.-..w. ,..., A . ...M , v- -- -- .fjw-21ggqgw.,wQ JUNIOR AND SENIOR FIRST CLASS BASKETBALL TEAMS- FIRST ROW-JUNIOR TEAM: Oliplxant. Brown. McCarthy. SEC- OND ROYV-SENIOR TEAM: Maynard, IYiIIImns, Cotter. QStrin- Ilffgl SOPHOMORE FIRST CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM-FIRST ROW: Nuiburg. Bair. Sebring. SECOND ROIY: lN'Ierrick. Wenzel. Schneider. fslfillllllrfgl A I I0 -FIRST RONV: I I SECOND ROIV: Converse. Clarke, Figge. Becker, Platz. Drake. WVeIls. Frost. THIRD RONV: Frank, Douglas. Peterson. Feron, Mueller, Balser, Brew, FRESHMAN FIRST CLASS BASKETBALL TEAM Sell. Rusmusen. Granslrnrn. Marlancl. Slolkin, Vlllxitternore. VVIeb0IcIt. ISfCIIlI1l?I'gI Zi ADVXNCED DANCE-FIRST RONY: Bernstein. Yeager. Emile. Harper. Davis. Hcnn. lizxer. SEC- OND ROXY: Rolhsclxilcl. Sliercr. Klein. Gzisszlway. Mzigges. Stokes. lilettner. THIRD ROW: Stein- lmrecllcr. Fleig. YYeinlmuse. Drcssler. Pinsul. Winebergg, Canill. lI.nrl7'lfr'l K. L.. . . . 1 V V 'An ig .W 'fi 'if R iff' l ' ' In .6 " -V -Wi. 4 N H yi k 5 . WWE wx ,A K. W .5-.Q .L,, my x , I ,lyk V i ' f fl 1. WT R 5' M 5 fem.. 7 ' , L -,,L'h ,i li my ,1 I f 2- " W Y . . A . N. vfg I . . .P QS' N i ,, ...A ' K 2 X Lx,, , 1 .mQ A ' f ' l . 1 f . . , ., V . .1-122: l' 1.1 ' , , ., W,,, 1. V,-' ,,., Q 4 .Eff-Q.y:f1fQ53 5 g A L LXA' -N1-Mk-1Lmf'1 U'MlffQAfM i ir . X K , i A E 5 ,E 1 ' " 1 TUMBLINC-FIRST ROW: Frank. Mnrris. Mvcrs. Cerclen. Peterson. SEC- OND ROXY: Merrick, Stanb. Bair. lLI7I'fflI'l'l 1 Elllflig' W -is iw, Wewi llriiekil E hi DANCE DEMONSTR.-X'I'lON-FIRST ROXV: Tarnofl. Gerling. Salzenstein, Caber. Baum. Kruger. SECOND ROVY: llurrill. Colsirilos, Lipson. Levin. Curtis. Drell. Steinberg. YVc-iss. Stein. Ffleillllklll. Peterman. THIRD ROYY: liiernolt. Shaffer. Hulillzly. Ren- oul, Cook. lSrlml:l Ellie Lielnnan. Margaret Harper. :incl Linda Duxis creating a study. I L01 f - if f ff,WQii .3751 fl 1' I' l x 'C'm'53 ' K 1f Sue Boylstun practices lifes :wing techniques on Priscilla Merrick. fSleinbergj Spring R CAA SPRING TENNIS VVINNERS: Wlritteniore, VVhipple, Miller, GAA SOFTBALL-BATTER: Feuer. CAT clay, Oliphant. Raymond. Cornell. QLorHlfrj Olipllunt, Stalnake r. fL0!'Hl6'l', baseball: Elena Hernandez takes zi hefty swing. Miss Frazier is the umpire. fL0cHlerj CHER: Derlacki. REAR: Halli Spring JUNIOR VOLLEEYISALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROYY: Dulillieimer. Hodge. Olipliunt. SECOND ROW: Major. Brown. Karlen. fSrl1nl:l SENIOR VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROYV: Maynarzl. DeAnrla. Nettleinan. Garcia. SEC- OND ROW: Cotter. Feuer, Sclirannn. Solomon. I.S'1'I1nl:j S O P H O M O R E VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROVV: Meier. Cohen. Polilo. SECOND ROVV: Milne. Stauh. Merrick. THIRD ROVV: M e y e r . Herlnenar. Wenzel. Bair. lsfllllfil CAA ARCHERY-FIRST ROW: Slriilgfellow. Steinberg. SEC- Upperclzlss girls iinprovecl their fencing skills twice Zl week after school. lS1'Iml:j OND ROWV: Sclirannn. Olson. Sclineicler. lLm'f7'l1'rj Miss Iohnwn imlicateq the fairway to pam Higgins- SYVIMMINC YVINNERS-FIRST ROWV: Bair. Merrick, Becker. Brew. Vinneclge. SECOND fL0f,Hf,,., ' G ROW: Nielsen. Cozarl. Peck. Heituian. Bates, Herholrl. fL0efflz'r'j f' .,..,. .nf POINT QT KFF LEYT TO RH HT: 'I'1'cgz1y, Fllflzilffl. Bley, Hediger, Jacobs A7 , K Q! Q W I NIIKE Busy Hand of Poims xi DON Bossrmm' 'l'oum:uncnl Mgr. ff 4 if jm Buozvxku Tnurnnnmnt Mgr. E Y'- Rlrxuun1Ixro1xsnuN 'l'0llr11ulneul Mgr. U zfyj 5 Eu Conn Head of Publicity f 3 ' if? W RANDY GINGISS Tnnruuxnrnt Mgr. aa- 5, 5 H' 5 4- Q S1 Evil: Bmmlnzuc Tnuruamclll Mgr. ' - f z11:sassszfa' 3 1. gf? Noun MIQYN 'l'oLl1'1l1luu'nl Mgr. Lag ' M g 'If-A. ,,., , J Blu. EWEN Tournament Mgr GAME SUPERVISORS-FIRST ROXY: Cohen. Star. Hollander. Mullin. Belnn. .-Xdler. D. Cohen. Borden. Hogan. lior1'e. Kuclelka. SECOND ROW: Kalliek. Ellis. Tarnolf. Hall. Mortimer. Stepelton. Johnsen. lYc-sterrnan. Lev. janies. Wagner. lSfl111l:l SPONSORS: Mr. Sehabel. Mr. Barney. Mr. Carl. Mr, YYeixner. llfrml Linder the direetion of llr. Fred Barney and Hr. lValter Gart, 1.31. continued to expand at an impressive rate. The board and staff worked many long hours keeping up with the newly expanded program and the increased participation. The student director was Dennis Passis. On the board, the governing body of the organization, were Steve Bloomberg, Alim B1-onner, Norm Heyn, lid Gould, and lllike Rley. Under a reorganization program 1.31. Created four new positions. These were su gn., 'fi-if-tiki? T Q: A . -f mr.. aw... s 1. ,gg fr- W e 'fm-...g-.xi 3 if FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE MANAGERS-FIRST ROW: Passis Cstudent di- reetorj, Laser. Palmer. Belnn. Davis. Cohen. Pearlman. Horn. Kaiser. Greene. Haight. Mr. Cart. SECOND ROW: Childs, Fenton. Alexander. Maler. Walker. llablo. Son- neborn. Bagge. Arons, lVl1itelaw. Nelson. THIRD RONY: Bergman. LeMire, Deppe, English. Kueera. Margolis. Graves, Elliot. Ferguson. Lauher. .Xllxe-rt. lSlril:lmrg'j those of eo-heads of individual sports, filled by Bill Ifwen and Randy Gingiss, and co- heads of team sports, filled by Rich jacob- son and Don Bosshart. Each of these boys had a team of supervisors to help in direct- ing the various sports which were organ- ized. ln all, there was an increase in par- ticipation of about ten per cent over last yearls. 86.-lf? of New Trier boys com- peted in some Intramural event, with an average of sixty-eight boys taking part each day. One of the most exciting new phases of the Intramural program was the use of the IKM. station for nightly broadcasts of all the latest information and results. An- other innovation was a bowling tourna- ment, in which more than forty boys par- ticipated. Besides this one, 1.31. sponsored more than twenty other tournaments. Foot- ball, basketball, volleyball, and softball were among the team sports offered. In the individual events, there was competi- tion in cross-country, tennis, golf, wrestling, table tennis, handball and many others. II5 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Meyers. ,IUNIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Porte, Lasky, Hershi- Knoebber, Wertyiner, Fenton, Shellist, Rosen. SECOND ROWV: Peter- now. VVhit1nore, Cogswell. SECOND ROVV: Ewen, Raber, Hutcheson, sen, Davis, Bernstein, Grisamore, Good, Brown. lL0l3bIfEfl IValker, Adams. fL0f'fflerj SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Langenliaeh, Marino. Gould, Schneider, Ivexler, Campion. SECOND ROVV: Orwig, Green, Lyman, Mellauran, Ber- land. Ivhite. lL0r'ffl1'rj utdoor Sports Football provided one of the most excit- ing tournaments in LINI. history. In the championship game Dr. Rude's adviser room defeated their junior opponents, Klr. .Iamesl adviser room, to take the title. Rlr. -Iensen's adviser room was the freshman team champion, while the adviser room of lilr. Davis won the sophomore tournament. The horseshoe tournament, an individual event, was also held during the fall season. II6 Dave Langenbach, the senior champ, be- came the school title holder by defeating the freshman champion, Dave Powell. Other winners were Rick Porte in the Junior Class and Lee Bordon in the Sopho- more Class. Tennis and golf were 1'un under rather bad weather conditions, and many of the matches were postponed because of the cold and rain. At the end of the first week of lylay, I. NI. held its annual Held day and bike race. In addition to the bike race there were sack races, pushball, and a tug of war. As a special added feature a bike race with teams from various school organizations and a faculty egg toss were held. The Clay was planned with the cooperation of G.A.A., and was one of the biggest events of the school year. iff vs.. 1 f , Md,?,,? mf ill? v 1 , 53, .- Indoor Sports Instructor Jllll Howe checks out Ray Wlilker on 21 routine on the side horse. tl.vrcffI1'rj ,.. it SENIOR BASRE FISALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW . Hutthl- non, Alexander. Hisiclhrinli. Hicks. Montgomery. SECOND ROYY: Brunner, Stephens, Drick, Fugel. lFu.x'j HANDBALL CHAMPIONS-Left to Right: Knight. Joseph. Kirk- land. Ewen. Reed. lS4'lmI:l A jump ball in the championship haskethall game. Bill Stevens. of Mr. L1llJE1IllCiS senior advisor room. jumps against .Inn Panlk ol Mr. james' juniors. tlfnxj I I 8 JUNIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Hershinoxv, Clogs- well. jolnnion. NYarhover. SECOND ROWV: Ewen. Voigts. Paulk, Hattis. 1I"u.x' l Indoors, competition was held in hand- ball, table tennis, basketball. track. gymnas- tics, bowling, wrestling, and free throw. There also were individual tournaments in table tennis and handball. Basketball was the most popular of the indoor sports. l. ll. held an adviser room tournament and later the all-stars of each class opposed each other. The senior all- stars won and earned the right to meet the faculty. The faculty, however, proved too strong for them. There was indoor track competition in the shot put, 50-yard dash, hurdles, high jump. -l-40-yard dash, broad jump, and -HO- yard relay. Boys earned points on both individual and team bases. The I. M. department also provided con- tests in gymnastics in the various physical education elasses with the help of Klr. Joseph Giallombardo. There was competi- tion on the side horse, rings, parallel bars. trampoline, and high bar. Points were awarded to the boys in accordance with the diHiculty of the routine. The wrestling tournament was held dur- ing Klarch. At the end of the tournament the tour class champions in each weight division, from 95 pounds to heavyweight wrestled each other, and a dozen school champions were declared. Volleyball was held on a round robin basis. Almost all of the adviser rooms en- tered a team in the competition. Klr. Maris senior boys won the school cham- pionship. SENIOR VOLLEYBALL CH.-UNIPIONS-FIRST ROYV: Lawrence. Don- nelley. NYhite. Grant, Bellairs, SECOND RONY: Fitzgerald, Barlow. Mavt- ,ILNIOR VOLLEYBALL CHAMPIONS-FIRST ROW: Hoerner. Hershi- nier. Mr. Marx laclviserj. Richter. Sawyer. fA1'fi1n'.vj now, Yvalker. SECOND KOYV: Raller, Cray, Voiggts. Porte. fAeli111'.rj all 'QR ,Q ef1,cW ,ff room. fI.0rlll1'rJ Mr. Parker sets the ball up to the front lme as the faculty team plays the senior volleyball champions. Mr. Maris adviser II9 ,wa an A lm in PEOPLE 32? '-5 Y' !,r XX W wwe wi THE BOARD OF EDUCATION-SEATED: Mr. Nlllfhllllll R. Long. lwlrmlcllc: Mrs. Dk. XY1LLl,yy1 l'l, fl0RNOC' ' ' sicleul l'l'l11x1ctl.l M1 Clnrlu R Klllllllldll NYi1111elk'1 SuK,l.imcmlem Xvllllillll H. Douglrly. pre' . l 'zz '. .2 . 1 ' . .. A I STANDING: Mr. Lorlllgg C, Farwell. Nurllxlicld: Mr. Charles R. Sprawl. fllerlfuc-1 Mr. Allen P. Stults, Yyillncttc. fl,n1'fll1'rl A Year of Changes New developments in the administration of New Trier Township High School bc- gan with the appointment of Robert A. Harper as Administrative Assistant. Klr. Harper is a graduate of New Triei' High School and of the Lvniversity of lllinois. In his years at New Trier he has held a number of responsible positions, having been chairman of the Faculty Salary Committee, head of the llathematics Department, sec- retary to the Parents, Association, and prin- cipal of the New Trier Summer School. His new responsibilities are chiefly to assist the Superintendent in supervisory tasks in school publicity and public relations, and in discovering aspects of the school opera- tion which require attention. llr. Harper will continue as principal of the summer Administrative decisions marked a growing New Trier. school and secretary to the Parents' Associa- tion. A second development in administration this year was the planning and installation of an FRI 1'adio station as a means of in- forming the people of the township of sig- nificant events at New Trier. The room at the top of the tower and the space in the Ccontinued on page l2-lj 6111 Mic. XYiasi.m' L. Blcowx Mic. Rolxlim' ll. C ilu'iix1'Iiic Assistant Superintendent Dem, of lfut-Ulu .1 if nf A Q I' V , , , ff' tx 9 c lf' tk 9 MR. PAUL C. Coouiuci-1 Q ,157 Business Manager ' 1 " r ' v K "' ' v . - 41" 'P 0 I iff' I14.. ,. lt 1 :- ,J Ma. Roingirr A. lluwiaii Adnxinislrulive Assistant to the Superintendent lL0rfflcrj l23 . :lil ,, H W as ,- l - 'IE Uiiigs fiffjgfl we I4 Miss FIz.INcEs A. Bluinix junior Girls, Adviser Qlizurinzin r x T , . II. lKWlN,. 1 iss olnsis .. Ar-III.'I'oN Xl E A XI L F II hYEl?JG.XIl'l'NE-ll Senior Girls' Adviser Senior Boys' Chairxnan and Assistant Adviser Cliainiian Dean ol Girls MRS. VIRGINIA K. ,loIIs'I' Sophomore Girls' Adviser Cliairinzui Bliss BLANCHI1 YIz.tt:I-I Fresliinan Cirlsl Adviser Chairman Dix. Rlciuitn E. CLXDSKE Miss HI:I.I-:N MAI.oNEI' Mit. J. XVILLIAM Dean ol Students Dean ollfiirls and C,INN.IW,Ir College Guidance Ofhcer College Guidance Olhcer Automation Arrives CContinued from page 1231 fourth floor corridor just underneath it were remodeled to provide a first-class broadcasting 'studio and staff room. The new station went into operation just before Christmas and immediately proved its use- fulness in broadcasting results of basketball games, swimming meets, and other New Trier High School events. It is expected that in the coming months and years, while a new school building is being planned, erected, and staffed, the station will prove increasingly valuable for communication be- tween the administration and the people of the township. The third major decision of the admin- istration was to recommend to the Board I24 of Education the rental and purchase of a battery of office machines to be located on the premises for processing grade reports, absence records and reports, some parts of permanent record information, and various other possible uses. The Board authorized the purchase or lease of the necessary ma- chines, and the summer school registration and parts of the 1961-162 school year reg- istration will make major use of them. It is to be noted that the critical pa1't of reg- istration, namely, the assignment of stu- dents to individual sections or classes in subjects, will continue to be done by ad- visers and counselors at the school. This part of the registration process will not be turned over to mechanical devices. Once the assignments to classes and sections are made, however, the machines may take over to perform a great part of the clerical work formerly done by advisers, teachers, and the office staff. A fourth change planned this year was the adoption of a new daily schedule to go into effect in the 1961-62 school year. The Mu. Rowuxn ll 15111: junior Boys' Atlviser Chzurmzm 1 Mn. ILILI-I-I McGee Sophomore Boys' Adviser Chai rman xg , . jg ' it A Mn. Lxwinzwcn C. II:wIN Freslunan Boys' Adviser Chairinan new daily schedule will make it possible for every adviser group to meet in a desir- able room. lt will also provide an extra period during the school day for additional class sections, to accomodate the increased number of students expected next year. Thus the new daily schedule will solve the two problems of providing desirable meet- ing places for all adviser groups and of permitting greater flexibility in scheduling classes throughout the school day. Of course the most important decision by the Board and administration during the year was to recommend the purchase of a site for a second building for New Trier High School. After careful population sur- veys and analyses of the educational prob- lems at the high school, the Board decided to recommend to the voters the erection of a second high school to accomodate the ex- pected increase in enrollment. ln late lllay a referendum was held to seek public ap- proval of the purchase of a site 2.3 miles west of the present school. Approval of a tContinued on page 1271 HRS. R0IIIiII'r.I N. KKIEC lleud ul' Srluml Social XYuI'k DcpuI'lIIIeIIl MII. ERNEST N. Roninao Supervising Engineer f , I I ,,,. -My , I 1 N Du. SI'IxI.Izx' STIIIIQII KN ' . MIc.CI1.IrILLs0. GIINQN Sl-Ill l,'WllUl"!5l5l - ' liuukslrne Mzlimger MII. !..iIu. J. LI'NDQUIs'I Dimclnl' of Sclmol-NYiClc Testing If? MISS LOUISE ll0I.zIxI:I-:II Regina: ur MII. R. S. PErIsIIsoN Mxss Norms SLEIGHT MII. BAILEY W. SIII:.I1II:Ic MII. CIIIL W. CLIIJEII lull. PHILII- LULDDNVELL English Mallienlalics Social Studies Science Modern Foreign Languages DEPARTMENT HEADS .mf s I ,T 'A I 5 , fl f . WI I M I r L x M I -qfnm i 91- su W 'ini Dx. Gisnrizulng G. DR. NVILLIAM J. DIIAKIL PI:'I'I:IuI,IN Classics Music MII. l'l.Xli0LD F. Mrliez MIss LEONDIIIJ II. MII. FIIINK E. l'l0LLANlJ Mn. joIIN W. RAU MIss ELEINOII R. LIIIIIEY Miss WINII-'IIILD N. Mu. CLYIJIL O. GII.x'I'ILI: Technical Arts ENGLQLIIAIIDI1 Art Business Education Library C,III.Ic.IN Athletic Director Home Econornlcs Speech :Ind Drama di! 2, f I 1 .I , 9 Q, I I I MIss Irus B0lfl.'l'0N Sill, DIZlTlJliIiE5'l' Cir-ls' Physical SIIIIWLIII' EclIIeaIIuII Buys Pliisiul LclIIL'zIlIoII Mus. K.I'I'III:IIIxI: Sl IIOENENHEIKGER Hcullli MII. RIIIIEIII' E. Mic. DONALD F. SMITII Mus. HII.D,I Bnrxo Dill. HIIGII R. BROWN NIALINSKY Supervisor of Special Education President Supervisor ql Driver Pliologrzipliy FIILIIIII Council Eclucatinxi l25 FACULTY COUNCIL-FIRST ROVV: Mr. Frantzen. Mrs. jznnes. Mr. Lewis. Dr. Curnog. Mr. H. lirown. Miss NVl1ite. Mr, Wlelir. Mr. Clacler. SECOND ROVV: Dr. Johnston, Mr. Iekes. Mr, Fnnklmuser. Mr. Jensen. Mr. Buerger. Mrs. Lenard, Mr. Wellington. Miss Kelso. AHSENT: Mrs. Greesun, Mr. WV. L. Brown, Miss Galiagan. and Mr. Irwin. lLneHlz'rj STUDENT CABINET-Coniposecl of the leaders ol tlie major scliuol orgunizzitinns. the cabinet inet every week to discuss the coordination of various school activities. tear apart the New Trier .N'f'1us, and solve any problems that were too big: to he lmncllecl by the zulniinistralion. The inenibers are. FIRST ROXY: Leahy. Price. True. Gilbert. Swan- son. Ravniond. SECOND ROYV: Malugen. Howe. Scott. Glaser. Glick. CUIICII. THIRD ROW: Patton. Pussis, Whipple, Kirkland. Coolidge. B1'zn1clenbei'g. QFUXJ I I A I STUDENT TUTORS-FIRST RONY: S. Caber. Borkan. Miller. Rosen. Ergang. Vonesh. Grenewalt. Mr. McKendall lspon- sorj. SECOND RUNY: Kuh. K. Mr.-Vey. Necloha. Salinger. llaplia. A. NIL-Vey. Mur- ray. Hurley. THIRD ROW: Dallllieinier. Teenian. Rosenberg. Rothschild. Weinhouse. Olson. Notlimann. Toms. FOURTH ROXY: Riblon. Huelni. Lelsinger. Garcia. Sergel. Meites. Aronson. Leahy. FIFTH ROW: Campbell. Pinsof. M. Brown. Harrington. Fox. Garner. Berkson. H. Caller, SIXTH ROW: Brook, Mann. Drick. D. Brown, Fagenliolz. Quarnstroni. Huglier. McDon- ough. 1Berniz'j New School CContinued from page 12-lj bond issue for the new building itself will be asked of the voters in a special election next fall. It is hoped that the new building will be 1'eady for occupancy in September of 1963. All of the internal developments in ad- minist1'ation are devoted to achieving the primary goal of the administration, which is to promote good teaching and good learn- ing. Besides stimulating growth of the school program in new areas and setting up administrative procedures to encourage and facilitate good teaching, the administra- tion has worked constantly with individual teachers and department heads to improve instruction and learning. Along with this, the administration has continued the New Trier tradition of giving the students much responsibility for managing their own affairs and of helping them assume and discharge this responsibility. ,1- i ...J Look who pounded llie bass Llflllll at the Evanslon swimming meet. lLl7!'ffIl'I'j Coach Qhuck Lauer watches the flghflllg POIIICS. fCOI1C'll1 Mr. Smith enjoys a rare moment of peace in the photo lab. fSl7llIlfZ, Q...- Mr. Robertson suffers the penalty for victory in the state swimming meet. fI.06'bIlL'I', Mr. Compton demonstrates the art of mul txple spectatorship. 1C0lzenj I28 was Dr. ,lolmslon and Nllss IXIXIIIIHCT 'sf 3? J Nh McCloskex .mal IJIILLLOI Dane Odell discuss ilu ments of I lglll xppe nt the clxe-as xeheazsal Culzuzj -armani- Dr. Cornogg at the public address system. 1I.nrf7'lrrl wg. Mr. john -Ieusvn loilcrs in llxe first H001'l'OllIl1LlZl. lSr'f111l:l t, ' in 'Sv f, ' 1 xg! my ,h r ms? E, n'-Y' Mr. Hlllfctfs students wreak their revenge at the Hallr,m'ec11 party. Hr. ML-Duucll. guest bzrrlmrialr. begins the uctisitles ul lhc Latin Club banquet. fLm'llIe'r1 fSl1'i11 lnrrgl I3O I Faculty and Staff, 1960-61 New Trier Township High School A. lu. Iluxjinix C. xllb5 FKANCESAI. Axnnnsox Miss janv F. ANDERSON Mn. W.xr:rE1c J. Ar.M,xGL'l2l: Music Speech and D1-anna Asrznxxlucll rn Forrign Languages Nlalhcxnulics lSpanishl 22, " . .,,. :W 31.2-A fi A' V R. E, W. B,uLi:x' Mus, Lorisn E. B,xn.11v Mu. FRl.5D!:lllllIK H. Mus. hlARY H. Bun:-N Xin Roni ur B Brlr Mn lin. KN BIRD Science Library Small liuixlix' English buena Xl nln-mviuu Boys' Physical Education -.,w xi 42i"f,Q,.l, .4 Nine H1 'XRIETTK II Nlu lioniilrr R. Bonn Mus. Auhnunx j. Miss PA'l'l!ll'IA A. BIMSSILUIK Bliss Nlmjoiuia L Xlus IIsTrLl.i. O linou vi. Mn Il Fm 1. BIKULL BISHOP English lliunlsl RN llonie Eccmmnius BIQEIIEIIURN bmi il Hulk Business Edna mon Nlnsic Social Studies Mas. l'Hvi.Lis Iiiuzin Mn, C,uu.ToN F. Bri-inclzix Mn.W1LLl.inN, BU1f1fu'r'r Miss Mun E. BULL Mn. Final: J. Briuuwx Mus. Es'rnizn S. Binnvs Mic. Wllimu L. 0FFu'e Stall Speech and Drzunu Social Studies lllndcrn Foreign Languages Scicnvc Social Studies Bus!-1NEi.L lSpanishj Technical Arts e gf X Mu. Rltilmlm j. Mit. CLINTON E. Mus, KATHERYN B. Miss Euzsnoii lluxsiz Miss Gmun Cssln.l..x Mn. H.nmLn D. CATON Mus. Douo'rny E. Cuiurs C.xui-BMJ. C,uu.s'ronM clAKK0l.l, Modern Fm-eign Languages Art hlatlicxxiutius Mulliematics Engilsh Technical Arts Secretary to Asst. llfrcnchb Superintendent Mus. filiKKI.DINli ll. Mn. Howsitn R. liiuuut Mic. Mmm: T. Cuuuun Mic. Evi.iu1'r'r L. Com-'rox Mn. Y. I'I. Comms Mus. JUAN F. Coxwn' Miss Ei.ls.uu2Tu Cuunizu. Cuxuliil Science Social Studies Sniriwe Science Ofice Stall lNlatln:nxntics English we-1 ,pu Mus. ELLEN O. Clnulvrwlav Mu. Diviu Ifl, Cox Mic. YIQHEUIIORE X. Miss Mun' I. Ciu'i'c.iiL'i"r Mus, Aurira Il. lD.u.cr:'rv Mu. SYILLIAM H. DAVIS Miss lhl.kEDONA Dmmlzs Home Ecrmoinics Science CKAMLE1' Sncial Studies Asst. to Sec.. Board Social Studies English Boys' Physical Education of Education Mus. KAmN S. DELUNG Mus. DOROTHY N. Dmuw Mus. VlliGlNlA DEVINE Miss RUTH C. Dlfxmsoy Mu. DAVID A. Dicrxnus Miss Mun! E. DUNNELL Miss ROIHERTA G. DORPH English Social Studies Oliicc Stull Library Social Studies Mathematics Girls' Physical Education l32 Mus. ELIZABETH P. Mu. JALQUES M, Dl'l.lN Miss L.Xl'R.-X W. Dulrcm Mu. Emuun P. ELLIOTT Mn. ENN C. ELLIS Mn, hlELVlN M. ESAILEY Mu. Rnuoxv B. Essicx DOSCHER Smicncc English Social Studies Social Slndics Driver Education Boys' Physical Educulion Office Stall Mn. Roy E. ETNYKE Mus, Rc'rH W. Ewixn Mus, Ln.u' C. lf.ii.ux:x Mu. R.n'xmNn R. Mus. DONNA Fizmizv Mus. Sl'sAN K. FELUER Mu. Pwrsu A. FKANTZEN Muthcnmlics Mathematics Lihrziry Staff FE,ulllEIl.EY 0Hicc Stall' English Boys' Physical Education Art hllS3 Ama R. l'lc.x5LL5L Mus. Lollsh lrk.xzu.R Miss Yivmx A. FK.xznin Mir. D. KENNETH MR. CLMTHNFTL M. GABEI, Mic. WALTER R. Curl' Mu. j,xlIK L. GEROI. Ollice Stall' Ollice Stall Girls' Physical Education FUNKHOIVSIEIK Mathematics Boys' Physical Educ-anion Social Studies Malhcnialics Mn. -Insmfn AI. Mus. Huron. B. Gu.L Mus. P.rTiucl.x N. Gll.l.1.i:u Mu. Ro1.l.rx O. Cmsiin Miss Murv ANN Clmsrso Mn. Rouigirr T. Conan Mix. Kmu11cT L. COULD Gi.xLi.0Mn.xuD0 Spccch and Drzuna Social Studies English Girls' Php sical Education Social Work Modern Foreign Languages Boys' Physical Education lfleriunny T E Ilhkxmy II. L.u.ufF Mus Mlxxx I.. I-uhml. Mu. Mu'nu.1. Mlm. lx,uro1.C.lcEEs0N Mic. XXi1.1,lxu P. CIQEGOIKX' Du. C. Born Cirur Xllzs, ETHLL Xl. Cl'l1ST .Xrl English fini-irjxlilsu xl Business Educzuinn English Englieh Xlnzhcinznivs Sucidl Sindics Mn. lhvm W. Mus. Donoruv J. CWYNN Mn. DEAN D. l'l.xLL Mu.K1c:u.innF.l'LxNunEN Mus. M,ucc.xuE'r J, Miss Donorm' L. I-Lmlns Mn. Lvue E. HENDERSON GUSTAFSON Classics Social Studies Soi-izil Work H.uu'El: Mallieinatics Social Sludics Boys' Physical Education Science Mus. Msiuzunrr Mix. Ihnxiui H. Mics. lXlARG.XlUi'1' H. Mu. Lolus A. How Mn. .-Xl.l.EN A. Hl'RI,EY Mus. Jorma M. Husnc Mn. Doxiiw W. Ii2KEs HENlllillSllN HJol:'1'H,xMM.u: llnovxss Science Boys' Phgsical Education Mallicmutics Social Studies Assl.. Parents' Modern Foreign Languages Cirls' Physical Ausoriuzion lSp:uiislil Education Mn. JonN A. Jscrousox Mu. Bnncn D. JAMES Mus. M.xlnc.mE'1' M. J.mEs Mu. Column W. JENSEN Mu. Jm-is A. JENSEN Mx. DON.SLD F, Join Miss Dono'ri-WA. onnsos Teclinical Arts Mathematics Modern Foreign Languages Modern Foreign Languages Mulliexnatics Boys' Physical Ecluczalion Library lSpauisl1l lflernianj Mus. l::Ez L. Joi-msox Miss Jo ANN M. Jonwsox Du. Axcrs J.JonNs'rox Mus. Enrrn Z. Joxn Mn. JOSEPH F. JUDGE MR. Eowunx W. KAHLER Miss GRACE L. KARL Classics Cirls' Physical Education Social Sluclics Modern Foreign Languages lilzulieninlics Modern Foreign Languages English llfrenclij lSpanislil Mn. CHRXLD K.vrEs Mus. Jrurri-x L. Kxriyc Miss SUZXNNE D. Krzxrixc Miss ESTHER I. Knrso Mu. Clzouni-1 H. KELSO Miss BE'r'rx' H. KEUUGHAN Mu. EEMER Kiyixsr Driinr Enlurzuion Girls' Physical liclucuxiou Girls' Physical Education Mathematics Malliexnulics Classics Boys' Locker Ronin Xllss 151111 I lx C xx 11x X RONKID l' R11 N I" II 111 1 111 OSIR XI11. Ro111z1c'r E.K1'1iNx,1N M11. .l.1111zs II. L,111,1n112 f1rli Phxilnnl I'd1ln:1l1o11 Sou 11 Sludlu Drlxu Ed11n.1uo11 5011.11 Siudlea Speual Ecllnalxolx All Nlodc1'11F01'cig:11Lu11gL1uges 1l71'u11chl X111 L111.1. XX L1111 X1 1111511 Luv cs M11 B ll L1xm11.1a X 155 Dun Xl L1lo1111 X111 110111111 11151x 5111. C1-1.111115 F. L.11v1i11 Mus. Ann W. I..1vH1u' l:115,l1sl1 lL111,l1s11 X 1111111011111 f 1111111111: Nlmlc1x1lo1c1g11la11g11a1:eS 'lc111111ml hls linys' Pl1ysi1'ul E4l111n11o11 Music , 1 is 'filg A i s S11 J FX 1 QODNI 1 num N 116 uulu l F XI11 RrxF011u f I Mus N111 Imwrx 11'l-1111111 M11. A1'S'1'1N F. L1xD1.1.x' Miss EMMA LVK15 En1,I1sh kl.11 111114111 I' ngrllsh Bus111css lId111a11n11 L11gl1sI1 M:1tl1c111n1ics OH51-e 511111 Mks. K.1'1'1-111x'x M.11:1:1u Du. IILN111' R. Nl.1x.111,1N English filussics 11x11 X 111:11 11111 L X 111L Ion 1 ll ms 1 11111 xv Klum. 51.1111 M161 1111: Xlus, L'11121.1 xlK'Kl-III 1 s 3111111 Sxurlxrs Xlrl1os1.1x Ibn Pl11s11Jl 1411111111011 English Swilc11bn:11'd I35 MR, Dum F. MCKENDRLL Miss lhlAKY A. McQU.uu MR. EARLE lh'lETZGER Rll!S. -IUDITH hllLLENSON MR. RALPH V. hlITCHELL Miss CIIICTIIFDE L. MR. JOHN A. lAl0NAGHAN English English English Social WVork Social Studies XIUELLEII Reading Modern Foreign Languages llfrenchj Miss KA'rnRx'N J. MONGER MRS. CERTRUDE C. MR. LEONARD R. Monm' MR. JERRY M. hl0RGAN hlIlS, hlARIE-LOUISE T. Miss Lvnm P. NMS MR. LEO H. NEUMAN Reading AIOOKIL Modern Foreign Languages Driver Education RIOIKIUS Social Studies Driver Education English llirenchl Modern Foreign Languages 1 French j MR. 'l'uuMAs Nisisifr MRs. LoUisE 0-fi0NNELL Miss SELMA OSLIKNID Mus. ELEANOR M. OWEN Miss HELEN B. PARKER Mus. JANE PAR'rRmcE Miss EVELYN W. Boysi Physical Erluczllimi Omcc Staff Girls' Locker Room Social NYOrk Secretary to Dean of Girls English PATTERSON Classics MR. STANLEY A, PAUMER hill. l'lERIHlRTJ. PE'1'ERsoN MR. RORER1' F. PINK MRS. Cvwruu A. MRS. JUNE L. R.iF1fE1'0 Miss CoNs'1'ANc'E lhiism' MRS. ARLINE C. REM! Malheinalics Social Studies English PINK!-LRTON Classics Girls' Physical Education Music English Mus. M.xRc:.xRE'r T. M1ssl'IiaL1:N E. REiNniRn'r DR. lIuR.xrE Il, REisnERG Miss CLEO V. RESLER MR. KL, W. Rnvxnms Mus, ViRc1A1.i MRs, fiEI.ESTE RINRLE RE1'i.l'1"1' Business Eclnculion Music Liln-Rry Science Ru imunsox Orlice Stall Cafeteria Manager Ollie: Stall I36 MR. Davin H. RrmERTsnN NIR. CHARLES F. RQLKEY MRS. M.uiG.iRET ROMANI Mus. NIARY Lou Rum: DR. Roi..4Nn Y. RUDE MRS. FRANCINE SALTOUN MRS. GENEVIEVE H. Bois' Phvsicnl Education Science English English Speech and Drarna Modern Foreign Languages SAVAGE ' ' fFrcnclij Health MR. EARL Scn.uiEi. MR. Josrzru SCHMITT Miss Jovan SCHNEIDER Nlll. LEONARD C. Mus. Ei.lz.iuE1'H S. MRS. llIAIlION D. Snowu:Y Mins INA P. SIFELTON Boys' Physical Education Supeziwisnr of Boys' Office Stuff Sci-lwEl'1'ZER SHINE!-'LFC Ollicc Stall Mathematics Locker Room English Mathematics MR. E. V.4N'riNE Sxurn Miss M. Num' SQRENSON MR. Jmm F. S'rENv.u.L MRS. ANN B. STEVENS MR. RUEER1' STEVENS MRS. ANNE S. S'rEw.iR'r Miss MAE E. STUDER Science Girls' Physical Education Art Girls' Physical Education Music Science Mathematics QQ' 215 MR. Cl.1rifoRu SL'i.Liv.iN Mus L'-'N1rzE W. Su'r'mN hill. HENRY SWAIN MR. JESSE R. Swuu- MR. ARTHUR E. 'IQENNEY MR. Jonx R. THOMSON MR. Blu. J. TURNER 0Hicu Stall Girls' Physical Erlucnlinn Mathexnatics Scicmvz Mathematics Classics Boys' Physical Education . A t and: 'fi E ' ff Ev? lx, MRS. llxRRlET Ti Ri-iN MR. NURMRN E. Um: MR. GEORGE K. WRGNER XIRR. IIELEN V. JYAGNER Miss Jo.xN NYAGNEK MR. Hu.xRx' D, M155 EMELYN W.x1.'1'z UHIILL- Stull Nlntliclnatiu Ssicncc Girls' l"hisicall Eclmutioli filutlicinntirs Nl'iLTERH0l'QI2 Sm-ia! Studies Driver Eclticzition I37 Mus. SAIIAII H, W,iIm Mu, C. 0. Wnizxcs Mus. Lou OLLIE W.I'I'I5ns Mu. joi-IN W. VVEIKER Science Mathematics Social Studies Science Mics. FLOIIENCI: hvlilili Miss FLoIuiNf.Ii A. Mn. KENNIQTH I.. Miss Louisa A. WI5I,LNLIc English WEILI-:II YVELLINCTON Lilmrury Social Studies Boys' Physical Education Miss EILILEN XVIIITE Mn. M. VVAYNE xvIEMEIi Miss Cvsrniix A. XVILLIS Mus. ALICE xVlLSON English Driver Education English Ollic: Stall Mn, Iioisizin' E. WILSOA Mus. KXTIIEIKINE B. XYING Mus. Pscm' F. hvlNGLliI! English English English Mas. VELMA S. YI,vIs.xKEIi Mn. WII.I.I.nI G. MII. WALTEII S. Zuxowsici Speech and Drama Z.INIi'IuxK0s Modern Foreign Languages Driver Education lSpz1nish and Russizxnj I38 QM Y .af STUDENTS 11,01 fflf r I Isrlmlzj E G 1 E The seniors' vibrant spirit contributed to their outstandzng achievements. A totem pole standing 3-I feet high in a corner of the football field remains behind as one of the many contributions and achievements of the senior class of 1961, a group vibrating with the contagious school spirit which has swept New Trier. This Indian symbol was largely the brainchild of :senior Frank Patton, president of Tri- Ship. Each of the class oflicers-.lim Howe, Judy Gilbert, VVaIIy Jones, and Sue Leav- itt-were active in many of the other lead- ing organizations of the school. This con- tributed to a greater awareness on the part of the oliicers of the activities and prob- lems of New Trier. This year also saw 1XIr. VVeingartner in his first year as the senior boys, adviser chairman. He and Kiiss Hamilton, who directed the senior girls, acted as the fac- fcontinued on page 1433 SENIOR BOYS STEERING COMMITTEE - F I R S T ROW: Mr. Weingartner lad- v i s e r chairman, , Alfini. Isaacs. Frank. M. St-Imeicler. H. Schneider. SECOND ROW: Brandell. Beguelin, White. Coettsche, jones. Kie- fer. THIRD ROVV: Howe, Phemister, Kellock. WoIII. I5 r o o k . McCIave. Mann. I lSlrinIn'rgI jm Howe juuv Gl1.uEu'r Susarv Lli.U'l'l"l' W.iL1.r -Iomis President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer SENIOR GIRLS' STEER- ING CIO M MITTEE- FRONT: Miss Irlauiilton lzulviser CI1?1Il'll12'lII,. Robin. Ilflenarcl. Ward. Inuis. Fleisch- man. Rothschild. Curtis . RACK: Leavitt. NYohIraI1. Matt, While, Factor. Tlmmp- sou, Core, flillxcrt. fSI1'i11- Izrrgj I40 3unlx1 a1lol BOYS' HONOR CROFP SHIP FINALISTS-FIRST ROW Teton. Meites. Paul. Wexler Lueas. Dahlstrorn. Franklin. SEC OND ROW: Shakrnan. Malugen Cotter. Saunders. Neuman. Har vey. THIRD ROW: Monroe Cohen. Nelson. Loelller. Nord Fine. Klass. FOURTH ROW' Scott. Howe. Brook. MeClave Odell. Addis. Moore. ABSENT schild. ISfl'IllII!'l'gl GIRLS' HONOR GROUP Broderick. Deutch. Dressler. Engel. Helms. Horner. Johnson. Kinzie Martin, Monroe. Morgan. Newman. Rttsos. Salinger. Saunders. IB6l'1lIt'l BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Mackler. Holland. Fried- nian. Applebauni. Frank. Hughes. Barack. Cornoyr. Franklin. flaarde. Selkoe. SECOND ROXY: McCray. Handler. Roston. jones. Lawrence Deppernian. Allini. McDougall. Tressel. Barr. Mackey, THIRD ROW': Steinman. Heidbrink. Tinnn. Click. Pollack. Blooinherg. Montgomery Yudell. Sakol. Freedman. Brittan. FOURTH ROIV: Cohen. Loelller. Bornhoeft. Brook. Abelson. Lyons. Wlolll. Andreas. Coettsclie. Coolidge McCarty. FIFTH RONY: O'Shea. Nord. Haskell. Levin. Patton. Lani- son. Erickson. Mann. McClure. Mitchell. Bulkley. SIXTH ROW' Meyn. Fagenholz. Brown. Magera. Goldstein. Chatain. Atkins. Addis Bronner. Margolis. Moore. ABSENT: Bair. Bellairs. Drick. Feldman Klass. Krez. Meites. Odell. Prentiss. Schmidt. Shaknian. Sherman. Zinkil IBl'l'l1If'J GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST RONV: Horrell. Olin. Curtis. Fisher. Levy. Richheinier. Dyer. Miller. Lipp. Levinson. L. Schulz. Figge. Borkan. SECOND ROIY: Flesch. Levin. De Ancla. Lambert. filirens. Ward. Crahani. Telfer. Byrne. Hurley. McLean. Schroeder. Samuels. D. Lucas. THIRD ROW: Weinhouse. Baldwin. McDougal. Grashorn. Ruek. Rodlcin. Poulos. Dolan. C. Mayges. Hartmann. Conney. Metzpger. Mr-Vey. Lyons. FOURTH ROVV: Teernan. Green. Newman. Tonih. Simons. Slutzky. Maynard. J. Solonion. Rothschild. Rosenberg. Barrett, Innis. Paul. Srnith. FIFTH ROW: Reuben. McCoy. D. Mages. Sonn. Amhergg. Henrich. Anderson. Cozad. Swartz. Ruland. B. Lucas Happ. Knochel. SIXTH ROW: Langford. Karslake. Diller. Toms. Swansen. J. Schultz. Fleischnian. Lannners. M. Solonion. Seashore. Koss. Stone. Stults. SEVENTH ROW': YValker. Hanson. Purtell. Cotter. Herz. Olson. Doscher. Pierehala. Lawrence. Thorsen. Friedner. xvllllffllll. EICHTH ROIV: Haas. Moore. Delaine. Hetenyi. Farrell. Radloff. Wveake. Harvey. Swope. Tidernan. ABSENT: Brandwein. l4I N.-X'l'IONAI.. MERIT SCHO LAR- Ahelsen. Bair. Fagenholz. Roth- SENIOR BOYS FRESHMAN HELPERS-FIRST ROW: Mc- Clave, Fleming, Mann. jones, Iiulkley, Moore, White, Cluckinan. SECOND ROW: Isaacs. Kieter, Frank, Fischl. Glaser, Unger. Dep- perman. Brook. lLoz'Hlerj SENIOR GIRLS FRESHMAN HELPERS-FIRST ROW: Davis, Dyer. Miller. Vinnedge, IVright. SECOND ROIV: Sonn, Hurley, Healy, McVey, Diller. Olson. THIRD RONY: Isgrigg, Hill. Riley, Harvey, Eiiseinan. AIESENT: Neu- inan, Hamilton. fS1'lml:j SENIOR BOYS' ADVISERS- FRONT: Mr. Rude, Mr. Wein- garlner. Mr. Wlilson. Mr. Gregory, Mr. Iiullell. Mr. Marx. SECOND ROW: Mr. Esurey. Mr. lirnll, Mr. Peterson. Mr. Lzinclwer. Mr. Lzibzlilie, Mr. Hurley. Mr. Well- ington. Mr. Lanier, Mr. Elnyre. Isfllllfll SENIOR GIRLS' ADVISERS- SEATIZD: lNIrs. Lenurcl. Mrs. Wing. Miss Kelso. Mrs. Browne, Mrs. james. Miss Hninillon. STANDING: Mrs. Sliinellug, Mrs. Greeson. Miss Deanies. Miss Anderson. Miss Harris. Mrs. Rude, Miss Ruhr. Mrs. Iiishop. AIS- SENT: Miss Cornell. Miss Rein- lmrclt. Mrs. NY:-lir. Isfllllfll CContinned from page l-lOl nlty sponsors of the senior steering com- mittee. An innovation of the steering com- mittee was a list of the names, home ad- dresses, and, when possible, college ad- dresses, of each of the seniors. This list was distributed at the animal senior picnic. ln the held of academics, thirty-one stu- dents qualified as National Klerit Scholar- ship finalists, of whom Pete Addis, Klike lilass, Debbie Lucas, and Dare Odell ac- tually won scholarships. ln addition, a number of students won lllinois Scholar- ships. Socially, the class sponsored the tradi- tional Christmas Dance, "Sleigh Bellsf' and the New Year's Dance, "liing's Courtf' A welcoming dinner was held in Dianne VVard watches attentively as jim Howe. presi- dent of the senior class. and Frank Patton. president of Tri-Ship. carve the totem pole under the football stands. lLm'fflz'rj Three sinister clandies join a motoreade: Spike Hauserman. jay Laskay. and Bob Fraser. lLm' lerj the fall for the many seniors new to Trier, and to lill up the occasional periods in the social calendar of the Trier senior, several Senior Canteens sponsored by the Canteen Board. N ew slack N ew were Outstanding athletes in the class led the school to a state swimming championship and good performance records in II10St of the other interscholastic sports. Penny Hampton congratulates Sharon Smith at the first pep rally of the year. lSll'lHbl'I'gl I43 The Class of 1961 STUART R. PETER M. Jam: II. 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I ' "f2 .'5T55' - ' ' S A, K - Wifffi' 7' 'I I I ' , -I ,jgggpf V, . I 5, ww , 1 nw W I f Q H J L I 1 " I I I -an . ' "3-I' ,Q " X1 1 2 ' ,wif ggii I I ' , -' I 1 ,Q fn. , ff - Q.. I .V BAIIIIY Kxulix SIIEIIILYN SI-II,I.IInx Rm' H. ,IIQHN P. YUDELL Z.InI1I. ZIITGLER ZIMIIHIIII xv ZINKII. Zorr, ju. LATE ARRIVALS Sl- I If Q JAMES F. XVOUDLOFK K.I'I'uI.IanN ANN Yosr NIIGUEL BAIIIIII1 Ronmrr .loux ALVIN CIAIII2 DAVID BENEJAM IIUTCIIINSQN LAIIII-IuII'I AI.II.UcIsN Slzumz Wnsox WATSON I66 ,,..-1.-at SENIOR CANTEEN BOARD-FIRST ROW: Gilbert. Borg, Innis. Dorgzm Evans. SECOND ROYV: Schneider Kragh. Barlow, Andreas. Wilson fsfI'ill,H'Vg, ,J tlolxn SDCUIQIIIZIII Seeks uclvice from Mr. Suopc. -E in a fSlI'il1Ill'l'g, Ask Lynne to explain this . . . fLUl'HlFl', Sandy ML-Coy wzxtclxes Joe Becknmnn ponder an answer in class. flmrfllz l68 JUNIOR CLASS STEERING COMMITTEE - FIRST ROINI: Mr. YVel1r. Murray. True. Stein. Kurx. Davis, Foster. Rosen. Miss Bredin. SEC ON D ROW: Percy. Duke. Burmeister. Adams. Loewenherz. Andersen. Felt- man. Eustis. VVack. Saracino. THIRD ROXY: DlAncnna. Hughey. Weatherford. Shan- ley. Mackenzie. Patton, Miner. YYarhover, Marsh, fSIz'i11- bnffj The Year Was Hectie Iunior class members followed a varied schedule. Early college planning, hard work, and parties constituted the major activities of the class of l962. Under the guidance of Bliss Frances Bredin and hlr. Roland YVehr, the juniors began to assume leader- ship in the various school activities. In October. the juniors held their week- long election campaign which ended with the voting for class otlicers. The winners were Rusty True, presidentg jim Patton, vice-presidentg -Iosie Saracino, secretaryg and Chip hliner, treasurer. During the month of November the jun- iors were subjected to the trials of the PSATIS and the SCAT-STEP tests. ln llarch and Blay juniors took the Scholastic Aptitude and Achievement Tests, and an unusually large number of students took the National hlerit Scholarship Tests. fcontinucd on next pagej RUSTY Tumi .Im P,x'r'roN President Vice-President swilvf I 1 jlosnz Ssknzlxo Clin- Mmm: Secretary Treasurer I69 CIRLS' HONOR GROUP BOYS' HONOR CROUP-FIRST ROVV: Bard, Braun. Sigman. Aron- son. Cinggiss. Meyers. Kushner. Cohen. Freeman. SECOND ROXY: Cashman. Adzuns. lfdesky. Fisher. Nexon. Poole. NVelJlJe, Friedlancler. Lehcr. THIRD ROVV: Devine. I-Ioflman, Snell. Cum- mings. Ray. lVarhoven. Cogsvvell. Carr. Harnlmnrger, Carrier. F O U R T II ROVV: McLoed, Mohrman, Siegel. Halaska, Steinback, Cross, Oppenhei- mer. Lyons, Fox. FIFTH ROWV: Schatz. Brady. Harrington. Allison. Brandenburg. Browder. Hnggliey. Me- Donougli. Bennett. A B SE N T : Browning. Dormody. Creengarrl. Mul- lenbacli. Smith. tBr'rniel GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Sehaelitman. Baum. Seitz. Ro- sen. Salzenstein, Vonesh, N. Davis. Markoll. Foster. VVQII. SECOND ROW: Raymond. Saracino. Alford. McVey. Murray. Tribhey, Peek. Spee- tor. Rotliscliilcl. McMahon. THIRD RONV: japha. Kapstein. jacob, Free- man. Tliorsen. VVaek. True. Fenn. Ruhe. Spiegel. Stoddard. FOURTH ROXV: Menk. Harrington. Munson. Vvindlinrst. Carlson. Hillman. Ervin. Dalillieimer. Maxant. Akers. Knh. FIFTH ROW: Letsinger. Fon-lc. Stokes. Lambart. Slater. Lelewen. Coldsrnilh. Peterson. McLaren. Blateh- ley. SIXTH ROWI: Colhurn. Knight. Lehman. lviggers. Oliphant. Pinsol. Burnham. Stein. Siever. Brown. AB- SENT: Allweiss. Berk. Blettner. Butz. Collins. Cottrell. L. Davis. Eckert. Eikellmarner, Caber, Green. Harper. I-Ionaker. Howard, Koch. MacLean. McClory, Negley. Nothmann. Olson. Pattison. Renville. Riblon. Scliill. Schmidt. Sergel. Stevens, Wlhitesitle. XVIIIIICIIIOIT. lllrrnicl l 70 Ccontinued from page 1695 In December, a panel discussion entitled l'How to Choose a Collegel' was held in order to aid juniors in the selection of a college. Two panels gave students some in- sight into the different types of colleges and what each had to offer. One panel consisted of four parents, and the other of four stu- dents: Alean Klurray, Susan Gaker, Thomas Hughey, and Steve Edelman. Dr. Cornog, Xliss Klaloney, and lllr. Gannaway moder- ated the discussion. The annual no-date -lnnior Class party, "The Real IlIcCoy,l' was held November l9th in the student lounge. The decora- tions and entertainment followed the hill- billy theme of the party. The junior girls' dance, "lXIy Funny Val- entinefl was held February llth at the Glencoe VVomenls Library Club. The dance, by tradition a turnabont, was highly successful. The committee heads for the dance included Kitty VVhittemore and 'loanna VVaek, Financialy Betty Borner and Aludy llussehl, Hospitalityg ,loan Nelson and Karen Iiambart, Refreshmentsg Amy Allison and Sue Guelich, Publicityg and .Indy Butler and Terry l,ee Klarkoff, Decorations. In june, according to an old custom, the juniors acted as hosts to the seniors at the ,lunior Prom. wg. 3 , If J X W f ' :Q s MR. ASCHENBACH FIRST ROVV: Mr. .ASCIICIIIDEICIM May. Tokarsky. Meyers, Corinany, Vllilson, Field. SECOND ROVV: Czislunan, Kearney, Moos, Jensen. Poole. Bolles. VVolIz. THIRD ROW: Hollinun, Thompson, johnson, Schatz, Forrester. Oppenheimer. VVeinberger. FOURTH ROXV: Granstroni, Drake, Seul, Fitch, Prochnow, Saunders. ABSENT: Wi- lcv. MRS. ATWOOD FIRST ROVV: Mrs. Atwood, Pzirlcer, Moczulewski. Kull, Heitman, Evans, Ferraro. Sternlierg. SECOND ROWV: Iieesen. Niederherger, Renouf, Camp- bell, Notlnnann, Alperin, Wlliitesicle. THIRD ROIV: Kimball, Drolia, Rutli- erlorcl, Zopp, Blettner, Harper, Riblon, Hawley. FOURTH ROWV: Nagel, Joslyn, Olson, Percy, Stevens, Berg, Zilnlnerolf. ABSENT: Busby, Green. MR. CLARK FIRST ROW: Mr. Clark, Mullenbacli, Fisclll, Meredith, Neuinark, DiCesare, Schuman, Sleiygaul. SECOND ROW: IUOFIIIOCIY. IJOIIIBIIICIC, Miller, Reicllarclt. Leahy, Heyrlrick. Soulliwiclc, Halaska. THIRD ROVV: Doyno. Rerns, Danley, Zuska. Price, Youngberg, Maliru, Car- penter. FOURTH ROW: Spero, ,la- nin. IIughey. Lorclahl, Falconer. Hal- perin. Browning. Kozoll. MRS. COURTNEY FIRST ROW: Mrs. Courtney, Schiff. Spiegel, Blair, Miller, Raymond, Col- trell. Markhain. SECOND ROVV: Sclieyer, I'IZlI'lQIll21l1, Relim, Eustis, Col- lins. Malugen, Hoffman. THIRD ROVV: Winrlliorst, Trznnn, Major, Izen, Boyer, Allison, Davidson. FOURTH ROIV: Conocl, Hull, Niel- sen, Stein. VViggers, Ritter, Karwowski. ARSENT: Hair, Howard. MISS CRITCHETT FIRST ROW: Miss Critchetl, Klein, Rosen. Peclrick, Bornor, Kulbarsli, Parry. SECOND ROVV: Menk, San- clers, Wlalters, Cluttmzin, Carlson, Cole, Huston. THIRD ROVV: Thomas, Tif- Iany, Alberrlingg, Nelson, Doclson. Christensen, Roesing. F O U R TH ROW: Rosser. Van Callow, Musselil. Lager, Burns, Kannnerer, Gessel. AIS- SIENT: Sclleilw. I72 MRS. DELONU FIRST ROIV: Mrs. DeLong. Renville. Sclilntzc. Foster. Morris. XVestine. Me- Vey. SECOND ROIV: XVineberg, Coetller. Finley. Mitchell. Weld. Selunid. THIRD ROW: Rosenlmerg. Keith. LIHCIIIOIIH. I'I2ilicl:iy. Coyne. WVells. Brzezinski. FOURTII ROXY: SIICYIIIHII. Coldsniilli. Aron. Ileinmiller. Lewis. Cook. ARSENT: Ervin. Roh- ertson. Younggliushznul. MISS DONNELI. FIRST ROW: Miss Donnell. Perry- inan. Goodman. Remus. Dean. Farrell. Trilmbey. Clizunales. SECOND ROIY: Bradley. Mack. Meier. Ruliinoff. Aluplm. Butz. Hoelin. THIRD ROIV: Admins. Tliutelier. Coolidge. IYikolI. IVeinstr:in. Salisbury. IVest. Horton. FOURTH ROIY: Flarsheinl. Hutchinson. Boyls- ton. Johnsen. Letsingger. Kzllin. Pinsof. ARSICNT: Decker. MISS DIIRCLIN FIRST ROYY: Miss Durgin. Colien. WYIIIIICIIIOTC. Cerlingg. Davis. Sitz. Hruclka. SECOND ROW: Kocli. True. Puncli, Loewenlierx. Stouklon. Turner. THIRD ROYY: Robertson. Furer. Wilson. .-Knclrews. Rnyinonnl. Magiclson. Granger. FOl'RTH ROIV: Pitt. Meek. Horne. Cook. Einhree. Sef- geant. AIISIENT: Kaye. MR. ESSICK FIRST ROWV: Mr. Essick. Catini. Sig- man. Mullin. Joseph. Dreslier. Barcl. Kalisli. SECOND ROIV: Kyninn. Fonioruls. Keating. Krueger, Collins. Bley. Sheelian. THIRD ROIV: Mc- Cuigun. lVIoninger. Meyers. Rogers. Selnleirler. Ryan. FOURTH ROYY: MIQ'Il2l6l. Iiosslizirt. Elly. CIIIIIIIHICIQQC. Al- lison. Cooney. Wilson. ABSENT: Belin. Cook. MR. FRANTZEN FIRST ROIV: Mr. Frantzen. Frank. Stein. Spicer. Nunini. Peterson. IVebbe. Renn. SECOND ROIV: Cohen. Park. Slmnley. Davidson. IVylie. Kurz. Done- g21ll,fiI'03HlllZIIl. THIRD ROXV: Hain- lJour5ger. Deiinel. Iiorcliurclt. Iiisliop. IVoleluen. Velrle. Newell. FOURTH ROYV: Elnyre. Matliey. Ihigenali. Asclibaclier. Cobb. Fox. Iienuelt. .Kli- SENT: Miner. I73 f f 5 Sl-251 MR. FUNKIIOUSER FIRST ROVV: Mr. Funkhourser. Henn, Fagan, Jonas, Martinek. Leher, Lucey. SECOND ROW: Britlin. Davis, Cal- loway, I-Iauber, Pritzker, Patton. THIRD ROIV: Iiradshaw, Matson. Fish. Euchehnayer, Mohrxnan. Flani- gan, Braun. FOURTH ROVV: IVeath- erfurd. Luensrnan, llranrlenhurg, Le'-fs. Hernpsiead. Allison. ARSENT: Park- er. MRS. GUEST FIRST ROIV: Mrs. Guest, Schachi- man, Davis, Eeker, Fairbairn. Bennett, Garrett. SECOND ROWV: Blackwell, Rhodes. Jones, Schneider, Cornell. Lillibrizlge. THIRD ROVV: Barry, Klauke. Bruce, Liebnxau, Dunn. Ketola. Munson. FOURTH ROW: Bilstad. Mairnan, Rowley, Evans, Oliphanl. Koch. AISSENT: Rothschild. Ergang. MR. HOYT FIRST ROWV: Mr. Hoyt. Dashow, Downes. Stockton, Marsh. Aronson. Sanders, North. SECOND RONV: Zllllfillg, Lukasik, Leahy. Hastie, Baker. OlKeefe, Alvord, McLeod, IV:-rinherg. THIRD ROW: Carlsledl. Freund, Ja' cobsohn. Shoemaker. Harclt. Mc-Curlhy. Evans. Zielke. FORUTH ROIV: Gold-- man, Garner, Hurll, J. Fraser. Walter. Tuuhensee, R. Fraser. McDonough. JXIISENT: Freeman. MR. JAMES FIRST ROW: Mr. James, Porte, Cole- man. Lasky, Heilernann, Johnson, Ei- sen, Zeller. SECOND ROW: Hershi- now, Berbach. Ray. Walker, NVarhover. Cogswell, Ruhl. THIRD ROIV: Hal- tis. Adams, Van Horne. Voigls, Grey. Ewen, Swarzrnan, FOURTH ROW: McCarthy. Steinberg. NVIIIIIIIOTC, Dunn. Raber, Paulk, Hoerner. AIISENT. Aldridge, Hutcheson MISS JOHNSON FIRST ROW: Olson. Dee, Remus. Judelsou, Navin, Phillips. SECOND ROVV: Gubeil, King. Rusnak. Carlson. Darcy, Scheman, Wechler. THIRD ROW: Fowler, Bates, Hodge, Peck. Rurrneister, Jensen. FOURTH ROW: Douglas, Sprague, Lehman. Rheintgen. Rosenthal, Siever. ARSENT: liranclt. Suhillo. Sims. I74 DR. ,IOIINSTON FIRST RONY: Dr. Jolinslun, Kolin. Warfield. Rnleiggli. Rosenberg. Belnn. McClure. SECOND RUNY: floriugni. King. Freeman, Devine. Kuslincr. Burch. Cuuiniinpjs. Alzlcr. THIRD ROXY: Alle. Iirzxun. Koss. Delrs. Hix- un. Clrcengurrl. I.eilne:'. l"0l'R'l'H RONY: Curry. Fevsenclen. Mzxckenzic. McPhee. O'NIulley. Vrran. Erickson. .XRSI':N'l': liurr. Nexun, Snell. MR. K.-XIILER FIRST ROXY: Mr, Kulilcr. Farrell. Daclron. COIICIL Frc-se. Linclblrnn. Burch. SECOND ROW: Morse. Cluuson. Wbnlleit. Marlin. Leviil. Rell. THIRD RONY: Patterson. Plzxtz. Bou- rlart. :xI'lll'iI2'OIlg. AIILIQ'I'!f0Il. jones Goodwin. IZOIIRTH RUXY: KZIHCII- lzergger. Buyzl. Fox. McLoney. Stcfnbzulc. Racllull. Wvells. AISSENT: Cloucl. Penoricli. Siegel. MISS KARL FIRST ROXY: Miss Kurl. Merrfll. Snlzenstein. Aldriclgc. Stein. Neggley. fllueknixin. Spiegel. SECOND ROWI: Klein. Palmer. ilillell. Nlzixunt. Burch- nmrc. Frnn. Spector. W'liirwc'll, THIRD ROXV: Sluclmlzilll. Vuu Gelder, Colburn. XIcClury. Rawlings, Kniglll. PClIIL'I2lII'. XIISENT: Ifelclinain. Srlmen. Sullivan MR. KOSER FIRST RONY: Mr. Kuser. Hollander. Erenlmurg. Cliukerinan. Weiner, Rolli- hzirrlt. D. Weinberg. Yzuiclcrgrazif. SECOND ROW: Cuelln. tlzienbsmi. Suliwurtz. Ifleislier. Hluclen. Meier. lrller. THIRD ROW: Winter. Mae- farluncl. Haugsness. M. Weinlperg, Skinner. Mutlcmtila. FUURTII ROXY: IJCICIZIQS. Powell. Rernstcn. I'ius'aeU. Mzuizister. Clougln. Knapp. AISSENT: Iiruun. Cliilcls. I'Icrlnrlcl. lllersun. M R. LEW I S FIRST RUWI: Mr. I.euis. D0ugIz1s. Iieggley. -Inhnson. Mosby. Adunis. Lech' ner. Fisher. SECOND ROXY: Clel- lingger. Howzirrl. Van Sulumr. Levine. Erenbergg. Traueek. Peuruck. Iiuclmn- un. THIRD ROW: Huwkinsou. Niclluls. Swerle. Cross. W'el1er. Mcllbzxl, Keele. Rzilfel, FOURTH ROXY: Kel- ler. Hill. Brady. Frieclxnun. Sinitli. KUCIIIIIC. Bell. MeKernz1u. .XBSEN'l': Runnfelrlt. Vili. l75 MISS MAIR FIRST ROW: Miss Mair, Gaber, Pat- tison. Erskine, Capps, Sauser, Berk. SECOND ROVV: Cinffre, Allweiss, Rodenberger, VV0lf. Freeman, Buchan- an, Roltnran. THIRD ROVV: Ferris, Beauchamp, Dunbar, Addis, Wilson, Black. I-Ienrikson. FOURTH ROlV: Enenbach, Schraeger. Eikelbarner, Hummel, Sudin. Serge-l, Erickson. ABSENT: Seitz. MRS. MLLCUIRE FIRST ROVV: Mrs. Mclluire, Shank- rnan, Caniff, Macdonald, Zarhin, Knrz, Honaker. Rosenthal. SECOND ROVV: Stronach, Balcer, Derlacki, Cunning- ham, Fenn, XVatkins, Crittenton. Gaertner. THIRD ROW: Miskirnins. Brown. Drell, Kennedy, Motel, Frenzel. Masessa. FOURTH ROW: Callander, Wilson. Plunkett, Peterson, Randle. Shaffer. ABSENT: Lelewer, Schoden, Smith, Thorsen. MR. MORGAN FIRST ROW: Mr. Morgan. Treby. Rex. Cingiss, Cummins. Osborne, Borre. SECOND ROVV: Blalchford, Milks, Beretta, lNe:'ner, Willhite, Barn- icke. THIRD ROW: Sullivan, Booth. Friedlander, Rechtoris, Nelson, Griggs. FOURTH ROW: Carr, Pierce, Mc- Nully. Simpson, Shauger, McQueen. jones. ABSENT: Borre, Graf, Root. MR. NISBET FIRST ROVV: Mr. Nisbet, Wislmrt. Sloane. Meltzer, VVeiss, Cold, Byrum. Erens. SECOND ROWV: Rachlin, Shaltil. Adler. Meijer. OlConnell. Slrarnlmerg, Dillingham. T H I R D ROVV: Kipley, Richtnryre. Lucas, Bur- rows, Stnebner, Browder. FOURTH ROVV: VVoodhead, Mee, Hascnberg, Nordloli, Hediger. javore. Fox. AB- SENT: Paul. MRS. RAFFETTO FIRST ROW: Mrs. Raffetto, Hardin, Pearson. Butler, Vonesh, Grach, Car- rett. Manny. SECOND ROW: John- son, Eddy, Goldberg, Victor, Kapslein, Alford. McMahon. THIRD RONV: Hallnrn, Baer. Rnhe, Mizell. Morrison. Pollak, Finzer. FOURTH ROYV: Dolce, Lznnlmarl, Roy. Stokes, jacob, Drake. Codexnann. I76 MISS RAMSEY FIRST ROYV: Miss Ramsey. Lynda. Center. Tlieobalcl. Cox. Sprenger, Pitz- er. SECOND ROIV: IVetzel, Ray. Ronen. Oliver, SIICFCF, IVIiite, Syfert. THIRD ROW: Corin, Decker. Guel- ich, Langford, Merrick, McLaren. Brown. ABSENT: Anderson. Baum. Carson, Gerclen. Hart. Kronliolin, Steiner, Ivare. MISS STUDER FIRST ROIV: Miss Sturler. Cliess. Fox. Gillespie. Bradley. Scliovain, Golclrnan. SECOND RONY: Rlirxles. Snrzicino, Wick, Kuhn. lNIeyerson, Mc- Czlrtliy. TIIIRD ROXXII Donnelly. Harrington. Manner, Petersen. Hauser- man. CinslJnr5g, Halliday. FOURTH RONY: Hair. Fowle. SteinlJreclier. Jor- dan. Anderinan. Bnrnliani. AISSENT: Merrill, Selnniclt. lVv:lvster. MR. KDE FIRST ROIV: Mr. Urle. Rulsinson Schultz. Bartlett. Haines. Tlimnan. Kittner. Tarnoll. SECOND ROIV: Slloles. Borre, Bricknian. Engel. Liclib man. Laubacli. Hugguenor, Russell. THIRD ROWV: Thomason, Clayton, Gillis, Tliorsen, Townes. R'T1IC.'kl'IllllI'. Dallmeyer. FOURTH ROIV: Ber- inger, Dahl, Mundlienk. MeKeigIian, Kruger, D'Aneona, Lyons. ,-XRSENT: Owen. MISS WACNER FIRST ROIY: Miss XYIIQQIICII Prusow, Frissell. Graham, Maloney, Cordon. Yvare. Freeman, Levy. SECOND ROIV: Fislier, Logan, Murray, Yocuin. Hillman. Kannnerer, Rankin, Eckert. THIRD ROIY: Hapke, McGuire. Briglitnian. Dick, Slater. Thompson, Simpson. lYilk. AISSENT: Isaacson Linster. Reynolds. MISS WEILER FIRST ROIV: Miss lVeiler, Simon, Leonliarcl, Markoff, Siegel, Lowe, Ne- dolla. SECOND ROIV: Halvorsen, IVhipple. Bernstein, Reinisli, FCIUIISIII, Beainan, Nelson. THIRD ROIY: Cepner, Suncllierg, Dzthllieinier, Steacy, Akers, Honlihan. FOURTH ROW: Parlopino. Blateliley, Stingl, Slicnver- man. Karlen. I77 f-wurffv 3? f, .f jerr sVlIII'l'LlQ DELNA Erlmeucs President Vice-President joy Blumberg and Lana Goldberg Ilirt with the pho- tographer. tS1'lmf:j SOPHOMORE STEERING COMMIT- TEE: Mr. McGee. Keith. Taylor, Seaton. .I o I1 n s o n , DeVries, Hecht. Goodman. Mrs. jobst. SECOND ROW: Mason. Nix. Thebaud. Boyd. MacKinnon. Hill- ner. D. Eltlretlge. T. Eltlretlge. Silver. THIRD RONY: Glah- man. Hall. Bernstein, Beam. Pranz. Shores- man. Gohen. Eiehen- green. Kahler. Gragg. FOURTH ROVV: Voy- sey. Gillis. Alschuler. Whipple, Melllenahan. Jacobson, Cecil. Heaton, Hatcher, Baxter. tslrin- brrgl 'l'Hu.iu,i E1.uuLuoi. Secretary Bii.r.EltinEN1:REEN Treasurer Simple Sophs? The Class of '63 defied the name bestowed on them by tradition. XVhoever dubbed second year high school students "simple sophomores" had obviously never met the members of New Trierls class of l963. This outstanding group es- tablished itself in the eyes of both the fac- ulty and other New Trierites as a class with a capacity for individualism. Their election campaign, held early in the fall, was particularly colorful. The high point of the event was the appearance of a group of girls dressed in shirts covered with the names of their favorite candidates. VVinners of this spirited contest were Jeff VVhipple, presidentg Delna Eldridge, vice- presidentg Bill Eichengreen, treasurer, and Delna's twin sister, Thelma, secretary. The sophomores gave two no-date class parties. At the first. "Snowed lnnf' class- mates danced to the professional music of Alalce blergerls band and watched a lively en- tertainment program. Ar the second party, following the theme, " l63 Skidoof' more daring revelers wore roaring 20's costumes. In the spring the sophomore girls organized a hag party, at which a movie was shown and refreshments were served. The class worked earnestly raising money for the various charity drives. The sopho- more girls were the highest selling class in the magazine drive, collecting over 59,923 lmpressed by the functions and accomp- lishments of the most "un-simple" sopho- more class, faculty members feel no trepida- tion when anticipating the day when this class will be given a free hand fully to exploit their great potentials. I79 BOYS' HONOR GROUP GIRLS? HONOR GROUP BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Diltz, Cohen, Ennis, C. Miller, Lakin, Stuart. Bulkley, Siegel, Sorkin. Ewald. SEC- OND ROVV: Eustis, Jones. Addis, Steadry. C. Kaufman, Pearl- man. C. Stern. Zeggers, Lifshitz, Tobin. THIRD ROW: Spatz, Earle. Wilhelm, A. Stern, Lubliner, Swain, Wlileox, Ferdman Fradin, Cecil. FOURTH RONV: Vetter, Jacobson, Bernstein, Libit, YVeinhoH, Steinberg, Holland, McDougal, Rubin. S. Mil- ler. FIFTH ROW: Granat. Henderson, Lazzara. Klee. Hunter, Klein. McI.ucas. . Kaufman. Schneider. W'u. SIXTH ROWV Burson, Dickinson. Rasmussen, Graves, Ballantine, Tomb, Ber- ger, MaeFaIl. Voysey, Yveatherford. ABSENT: Auth, Brown Charous. Friedman. Gilboy, Codshalk, Nystrom. VYinl'ield. fB6l'lltl'j I I 80 SOPHOMORE GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Yeager, Mcxlohnston, Yale, VVheaton, Beman, Foringer, Nolan, Hecht. Ohlson. Newmen, Samuelson, Gerden. SECOND ROVV: Kruger. Hoffman, Seaton, Anderson, Cossman, Eber- hart, Griggs, Herst, Sennett, Pollack, Blumberg, Naiburg. THIRD ROVV: Ford, Edwards, Heggie, Rube, Faben, Minkin, NVOIH, Fields, Herkelharner, Calderon, NVest, Goodman, YVyss. FOURTH ROVV: Leslie, Shawpger. Norwood, Korff, Lassar, Tucker, Malpede. WVilli2unson. DeVries, Keith. C. johnson, Pach, Carlile. FIFTH ROW: Austin, Dieterieli, NVheeler, Manahan. Everitt, Gallery, Strahorn, Cohen, Meier, Edmonds, Hanna, Jacobs, Core. SIXTH ROXV: Miller, Sulkin, Martin, McGowan. VVIIICIIIOIASK., Bowen, S, johnson, Cuthaus, Henrich, Neuman, King. Ross, MacKinnon. SEVENTH ROYV: Berken- stadt. Bienenfeld, Eisenberg, Kirby, Cutler, Cundlaeh, Salk, NVineherg, Steinberg, Spertus, Mainzer. Harris. EIGHTH ROVV: Mannheimer, Braden. Murray. Connelly, Landon, Ma- gidson, Sehoonover. Kahler, Saunders. Pllaurner. AISSENT: Schroeder, WValdo. Waterfall. llfrruiej A game of teniptation between Cindy johnson anal jell Wliipple draws towarcl its delightful con- Ranclee COSSIIIZIII and Cale Hailey entertain ut the ulusion. lSC1I!1Il', Suplioniore Class party. "GS Skiclmlouf' lSc'1l1zl:l ker-face Steve Craliant celebrates at basket for New 0 I'lCl'. 8I gwsfiiefe fLvf Ile J Vicki Lassar and Joyce Mrtges re- vive the Roaring YFWCHIIES for Dacl's Day. fSlc1nIrfrgJ MRS. ALBERT FIRST ROW: Mrs. Albert. Webb. Sandford. Calderon, Gearhart, Rosner. Bailey. Moskowitz. SECOND ROYV: Fagel, Kruger. Lersch, Ketola, DeVries, Stephens. Pritchard, Jacobs, THIRD ROIV: Katz, Cohn, Press. Miller, Cain, johnson. Gundlach. FOURTH ROVV: Stryker. YVindhorst. Flaler. Mainzer, Rair. Denis. Wolf. MISS BREDEHORN FIRST ROYV: Miss Bredehorn, John- stone. Cone. Knott. Fields, Colemorgan, Johnston. SECOND ROWV: Edwards, Staub. Allen. Tucker, Jaekel, Griffith, Goldberg. THIRD ROW: Newton, Self. McRolJerts, Core, jones, Eisen- berg. Dix. FOURTH ROXV: Merrick. Scihold. Boyd, Barnberger. Landon. Schneider. Ruinl. MR. C.-XTON FIRST ROWV: Mr. Caton, Catlett. Alexander. Harris, W'ells, Swayze, Thomas. Ellison. SECOND ROW: Slickler. Beam, Dawson. Chalmers, H a p lc e . MacCorquodale, MacBain, Prouty. THIRD ROW: Rubin, Allen, Dornbos. Westernian. Goldberg, Rataj- czak. FOURTH ROW: Mintz, Sauer, Ryan. Roche. Stringfellow. Ketter. ABSENT: Murtz. Bloomfield. MRS. CHILDS FIRST ROVV: Mrs. Childs, Yeager, Robison. Light. Bristow, Edwards, For- inger. Griggs. SECOND ROW: Slaughter. O'Donnell, Rapport, Gelf- and. Klein. Ahrberg, Patterson. THIRD ROW: Ohlson, Hanna, Aus- tin. Cuthnus, Berkenstadt, Joslyn, Thompson. FOURTH ROW: Cohen, Desmond. Steinberg, Hillner. Tourtel- lot. Muhlenbruch. Connelly. AB- SENT: Schoenhrod. MR. DAVIS FIRST ROIV: Mr. Davis, Rosen, Shel- list. Pasternaclc, Knoebber, Sislcel, Fen- ton. Wertynier. SECOND ROW: Borden, Welch, Macdonald, Brown, Good, Savage, Rubom, Bernstein. THIRD ROYV: Baylor, Dickinson, Halperin. Calhoun, Meyers, Petersen, Davis. FOURTH ROYV: Tanzniann, Turner. Rowell. Swisher. Crisamore, Maclfall. Isgrig. ABSENT: Earle, Punch. 182 MRS. DERRY FIRST ROWV: Mrs. Derry. XVolfe. Hynes. Newmen. Yale. Decker. Hecht. Snorf. SESOND RODY: Miller. Cork. Citron. Norwood. Shawger. Alsclorf. Hirt. NIZIIIIISEII. THIRD ROYY: Da- vis. Baumann. Brackett. Minter. Car- lile. Bradley. Fox. Gerscliefslze. FOURTH ROVV: Gelvan. Rentner. Spertus. Deppe. Steinberg. Glover Lersch. Korman. MRS. EWVING FIRST ROWV: Mrs. Ewing. Nailmurg Grauman. Schrom. Samuelson. Bree- den. Cossman. Baer. SECOND ROWY: Hernandez. Levinson. Crosby. Coyne. Gallery. Mee. Unger, Kessel. THIRD ROW: Rrookman. Silver. Hilde- brandt. Antolini. Papas. Maylield. Ross. Guettler. FOURTH ROW: Howard. Harris. Falls. Otley. Wvilson. Churchill. Kern. ABSENT: Gellnian. Mann. Sloane. MR. FEARHEILEY FIRST ROYV: Mr. Fearheiley. Betts. Diltz. Marcus. Yeonian. Kucera. Brad- ley. Burns. SECOND ROWV: Paul. Bersbach. Gilbert. Nystrom. Warren. Holsman. Ellis. THIRD RONV: Has- pray. Deppe. Kynoch. Hunter. Safran. O S te rs t r 0 m . Samuels. Sidney. FOURTH ROVV: Hornbroolc. Steph- ens, Melaugh, Guzofsky, Gillis. Adams. Magnuson. ABSENT: Gordon. Ja- man. Sosna. MRS. FELDER FIRST ROW: Mrs. Felcler. Levinson. Pershing. Berkson. Fueshmann, Jones. Kelly. Foley. SECOND ROW: Be- man, Nolan. johnson, Kuphal. Engel. Goodman. Butow. THIRD ROYY: Levine. Burdick. Ramsey, Pach. Neu- man. Patera, Strahorn. FOURTH ROVV: Krause. Schraeger. Anderson. Murchison, Magera. Bethke. Giclen. ABSENT: Seaton. MR. GEROL FIRST ROYY: Mr. Gerol. Berger. Ka- han. Jones. Mallon. Borlcan. Shores- man, Gran. SECOND ROYV: Schnei- der. Zeutschel, Goynshor. Stielcgold. Engelman, Eustis, YVelles, Spatz. THIRD ROVV: McLaren. Olslty. Friedman, Duncan, Fraenkel. Major. Grysler. FOURTH ROYV: Perrault. Kucera, Gordon, Naylor, Bridges, Buenger. Goodman. Reid. ABSENT: Johnson. Russel. I83 MRS. GILLIAM FIRST ROW: Mrs. Gilliam, Klein, Marti. Southwick, D'Eath, Mages, Bud- deke, Herst. SECOND ROW: Ford, Anderson. Greenberg, Rothschild, Price, Iironner, Berger. THIRD ROVV: Johnson, Milnor, Kaehler, Nel- son, W'illiamson, Braun, Eisen, Ed- monds. FOURTH ROW: YVaterf:1ll, Iirowcler, Trocky, Wiueberg, Born, Rogers. Monroe, Saunders. MR. COULD FIRST ROIV: Mr. Could, Stickgold, Michelsen, Evans, Mieno, Rauhauser, Gooclfriencl, Cohen. SECOND ROVV: Hooker, Burg, Lifshitz, Augustus, Con- nor. Wilhelm, Ilagge, Zielke. THIRD ROW: Marcus, Klein, Kallick, Matt, Stepelton, Short, Taber, Rubin. FOURTH ROWV: VVallin5.f, Hoffman, Yates, Hasse, Lewitz, Fox, Swanson, Render. MRS. CWYNN FIRST ROW: Mrs. Gwynn, Shapiro, Bernstein, Robin, Berg, VVest, Milne, Berkelhnmer. SECOND ROWV: Digre, Malpede. Thorp, Webb, Leslie, Se- bring, Gregory, Donaldson. THIRD ROIV: Hurrah. Kotler, Gorman, Old- enburg. Sheehan, Howell, Lunrlquist. FOURTII ROIV: Thebaud, Sulkin, xV2lll:'I'Sfl'1lLlt, Bienenleld, Bartliolomay, Koss. ARSENT: Shapiro. MR. CREENBAUIII FIRST ROW: Mr. Creenbznnn, Fine, Ilaunigarten, Kaplan, Cohen. Patterson, Slack, Bulkley. SECOND ROVV: Fa- gan. Reiter, Vurner, Clark, Hartzog, Alexander, Tobin, Siegel. THIRD RONV: Rowell, Laflerty, Ovson. Hoob- ler. Miller, Johnsen, Klingenian, Mal- pede. FOURTH ROW: Hueter, Czunpbell, Farrell, Seclore, Kenna. Si- luncler, Voysey, Roston. ABSENT: Peterson. MR. CUSTAFSON FIRST ROWV: Mr. Gustafson, Pocock, Schuett. Marquis, Gillis, Sonnebotn, Freeman, Oliver. SECOND ROVV: Burgdorf, Dover, Fox, Reed, Osterberg, Huebsch, Miggel. THIRD ROWV: Iluesch. MacLean, Steinberg, Goff, Reiuecke. Eisner, Johnson, Hicks. FOURTH ROYV: McLucas, Simpson, Stolkin, Vail, Atkinson, Cofheltl, Al- schuler. A BSENT' MacKinnon. I84 MR. HENDERSON FIRST ROIV: Mr. Henderson, Siebel, Drew, Franz, Dnerr, Cliarous, Bagge, Zegers. SECOND ROYV: Addis. Jablo. Hoel, Gilboy. Sobel, Libit, Mil- ler, Harper. McBride. THIRD ROYV: Cutler, Kling. Arnold. Kipp, Cowen, Davis, Powers, Henderson. FOURTH ROW: Whipple, Foster. Spies, jachynl, Tomb. Kremer, Rotliermel, Phillips. MRS. HITS,-KK FIRST ROVV: Mrs. Husak, Goodman, O'C0nnell, Hasty, Blumberg, Labbe. Jensen. McGuire. SECOND ROVV: Minkin, Oehl, Schroeder. Hultman, Portes, Miller, Keith. THIRD ROIY: Kessler. Hassel, Manallan, NYyss, King, Porter. Cutler, Bloom. FOURTH ROVV: KllOCIlEl, Meier. Erikson, Bar- nett. Herbenar. Zimmerman, Palmer. ABSENT: Zitman, MR. ICKES FIRST ROVV: Mr. Ickes. Fargo. Lind- auer, Blomeyer. Ennis. Auth, Kaufman, Nisbet. SECOND RONY: Jackson, Harper. Winick. Clinggman, Fosse. Stultz. Arons. Hartlield, Kudelko. THIRD ROW: Mr.-Dougal, Sweeney, Kamenear. Rau. Young, NVeinhofl, Caselli. Erickson. FOLIRTH ROW: Lutton. Ragusi. Fragassi. Fugard, Kess- ler, Clzrliman. Middleton. Ballantine. MR. ,IACOBSON FIRST ROYY: Mr. Jacobson, Klein- feld, Spiegel. M. McCabe. Reynolds. Gerber. Tinkham. SECOND ROIY: Castle. Silherbergg. Porte, Ewalcl. Beadle, Rosen, llacobson. THIRD ROXV: Mil-anlak, Howard. Parsons, Rosberg. Kiefer, Cocroft, Hulsh. FOURTH ROXY: Donegan, Phalen, Goldman, Carlson. Codslialk, F. Mc- Cabe, Maltenfort. ABSENT: Graves, Hanlon, Kaup. ML'Cosl1. MRS. ,IOKAY FIRST ROYY: Mrs. llokay, Canilf. Kart, Powell. Orton, Pfeifer, Henn, Coleman. SECOND ROYV: YVheaton, Hutchinson. Erwin. Pollack. Friedman, Vvheeler, Hurd, Lepman. THIRD ROXV: Friedlen. Sherman, VValdo, Ra- dov, Kirby, MacKinnon. Fenton. Rich- man. FOURTH RONV: Phlaum, YVilll1ite, Dick. Madorin. Bull. Blacher, Daniels, jacob. ABSENT: Schmidt. I85 5... MISS KING FIRST ROYV: lVIiss King, Mann. Fan- coast, Stickratli. Engels. Fantl, VVerd. Hefter. SECOND ROVV: Meyer, Mar- tin. Huntington, Everitt. Field, Dubin- sky, Henrich, Micllals. THIRD ROW: Selioonover. Biemolt, Deahl, Zuidema. Carlsen. Beneventi, Cragg. Harms. ABSENT: Gibson. Jones, Moir. MR. KNUPFER FIRST ROW: Mr. Knupfer. Behm, Pollak, Dauer, Gastwirth. Tregay, Fee- ley, Remien. SECOND ROW: Hicks, Yackel, Kerr, D',Iuran. Steadry, Ro- mack, Little. THIRD ROW: McCa- leb, Wilcox. Davis. Lazear, Cassell. Lang, Kaufman. Mohl. FOURTH ROW: Osterstroni, Schneider, VVI1eel- er, VVhiteln1rst, Parsons, Leisner. Ber- ger, Sturgis. ABSENT: Heaton, Nathan. MR. LEVERENTZ FIRST ROVV: Mr. Leverentz. Martin, Becker. Friedman, Vetter, Yedor, Zim- ber, Johnston. SECOND ROW: Guest, Truesdale, Hamilton, Cecil, Fra- din. Berger, Harper, Hinkle. THIRD ROW: Lewis, Ferguson, Rubens, Mark, Smart, Lindblom, Storm, Smith. FOURTH ROVV: Keitel. Harding. Neer, Yost, Rasmussen, Olson. Grier, jones. ABSENT: Pritikin. MR. LINDLEY FIRST ROW: Mr. Lindley, Kaplan. Santostefano, Hymen, Lakin, Crum. Sorkin, Stuart. SECOND ROW: Brown, Elliott, Jones, Hatcher, Peder- sen, Thoma, Hawkins. THIRD ROW: Christiansen, Freeman, Oppenheim, MacArthur, Miller, Lev, Kahn. Klee. FOURTH ROVV: Wu, Johnson, Tee- garden, Scott, Bryant, Burson. Dini. MR. MCFADZEAN FIRST ROVV: Mr. McFadzean, Spring- er, North, Poulos, VVill, Amodeo, L0- per, Miller. SECOND ROVV: Mitch- ell, Hogan, Bossen, Reed, Depperman, Cornyn, Stern, Luecker. THIRD ROW: Olson. Williams, Mortimer, May, Pasinato, Syfert, Holland. Dibert. FOURTH ROYV: Clark, Friend. Szy- nianski, Selzer, McClenalian, Albert, Holdreclge. Graham, Dear. I86 MR. MOREY FIRST ROYV: lN'Ir. Morey. Chrisman Martin. Mullin, Ostrow. Weinberg. Fisher. Byrne. SECOND ROW: Thomas, Stern, Coldenberg. Baxter. Evans, Kreger, xvfigllt. YYollI. THIRD RONV: Ferdmau, Nilsson. Swain. XVells. Becker, Granat. Troyer. Holf- man. FOURTH ROXY: Clifford. Cll- more, Dickinson, Boone, Lanlier. James. XVagner, Hamilton. MRS. MORRIS FIRST ROYV: Mrs, Morris. Sergeant. Schaefer, Swiryn, Staub. McCarthy. Goodman, Sennett. SECOND ROXV: Hallberg, Young, Tucker. Sinclair. YVeiss. Booty, Kopel. THIRD ROW: Pollaro. Metz, McGowan. Behrendt. Ma r k s . K i d d , Lassar. Hirsch. FOURTH ROYV: Chorn. Rotman. B o r r e . Vllenzel, Beyer. Anderson. Adams. MR. PAIIMER FIRST ROW: Mr. Paumer. Star. Avery. Eichengreen. YVinlield. Holm- gren. Cooperman, Pearlman. SEC- OND ROWV: Dixon, NVoznicki, Hall, Henderson, McAndrews, Lub- liner, Carrington. THIRD YEAR: R. Hall. Thorsen. Lazzara, Thomas. OS- mand. Allen. Abramson. FOURTH RONV: Goodman. Ross. Mercein. Phil- lips. Briggs, Cowdy. XVCLIITICFIOYLI. ABSENT: LeMire. MRS. REAM FIRST ROYV: Mrs. Ream. Missner. Magill, Hoffmann, Wilson. Cerden. Reizner, Kelley. SECOND ROYV: Estle. KorH, Hughes, Kelleher. Wlolfl. Clark. Burrill. THIRD ROW: Mar- tin. Graham. Brody. S. Bell. Taylor. McAnulty. FOURTH RONV: Butzinc. P. Bell, Bobbe, Murray. Mason. Dan- ielson. ABSENT: Eichengreen MRS. SUTTON FIRST ROYV: Mrs. Sutton. jones. Prentiss. VVendnagel, Mcjohnston. Fa- ben. Hawkinson, Becker. SECOND ROVV: Reuben, Beguelin. Viezbicke. Loose. Johnson, Eckhonse, Kirby. THIRD ROYV: Marshall. Franden. Herlxold, Moreen. Mannheimer, Bra- den. Dolnick, Hynes. FOIQRTI-I ROYY: Goldberg, Kalk. Campbell. Schreiner, Thomas. Salstone. Kahler. I87 Soplnnnore noise. flrrffllrrl MISS WHITE FIRST ROWV: Miss Wlliile, Robin, Sy- Llell, Beers. Eberliart. Nilles, Eldridge Penclleton. SECOND ROIV: Button, Ho rwitz, Keane, Epstein. Cordon, VVliite, Eld reclge. THIRD ROIV: Wlinstoni, Mansfield, Dietericli, Fitch- mnn, Evers. Salk. FOURTH ROVV: Palmer. Nix, McKernan, Townsend, Porter, Pllzninier. ABSENT: Giallom- ha rclo, jones. MRS. IVINGLER FIRST ROW: Mrs. IVingler. Beers, XvlllI2iIlIS. Heggie, Elliott. Rlioades. Laskay. Forkosli. SECOND ROVV: Culver. Iiuttnn, Moriarty. Eldreclge, Ingersoll. Kucli. Taylor. THIRD ROIV: Palmer, Green, Goldberg. lxl1lgIClSOIl. Richburg. Masessa, Pulitu. FOURTH ROVV: Greaves, Bowen, Massnian, Anclerson. Mcllanel. Kahn, Meyer. AIISENT: Unger. '4'im.....L They Swamped New Trier The freshmen were the largest Class in New Trier's history. The class of 196+ holds two important distinctions: first, it is the largest in the schooI's history, with 1181 students and two more adviser rooms than any other elassg and second, it will be the last class to graduate as a whole from the present New Trier. Large as it may be, however, the freshman class has been unified and enthusi- astic. After being introduced to New Trierls many organizations by the upper- classmen, the freshmen began to participate wholeheartedly in these activities. The girls came in first in the Girls, Club magazine drive in the fall. The freshman swimming team won the state championshipg the "AH football team tied for first in the Suburban League, and the "BH team won the title. During the first semester the freshmen were guided by their adviser chairmen, bliss Blanche Veach and Rlr. Larry Irwin. by their Freshman Helpers, and by the steering committee. The Freshman Helpers gave the first class party, "Hawaiian Haw- ah-ya,', at which Spike Dashow's band played. The freshmen chose Bill hlalugen, Bonny Boon, Peggy Fulton, and Dave Bornhoeft as their otlicers. After the elec- tion they gave the second party, "Rhapsody in Blue," at which Nancy Ingersoll and Nip Duncan were m.c.'s, and Jay Zoren's band entertained. Although the class suffered from the us- ual freshman maladies, the students showed signs of eventually outgrowing their afflic- tions. Biu. M ii.L eiax President , fm 6' I.: , - fem . 1511. W'-ss, 'ff' ,ea .es su., Iioxxr lions Vice-president '51-':.1.g5Sige 1' QV. we f m R 133 1 .,- e.g M.. me Plzcm' Fl: ifrox Sec I etxuy Dave Iioicniioigi-"r Treaxsu I ei ITRESHMAN STEER- ING COMMI'T'I'EE- FIRST ROW: Gross- man. Nielsen. Cehr, I. i g 11 l n e r , Ingersoll, Aden. White. Ames, Miss Veaeli. SECOND ROIV: Taylor. Melniclc. Snow- er. Breeden, Quale. Pap- as. Cordon. Lang, Re- lias. THIRD ROIV: I7 r e e cl in a n . IVinler, Iirodsky, Mangel. IVat- Icins. Iiurns. Pro p s , Scott. FOURTH ROVV: IJCIIICTT Pinsof, Man- chester, Iiornlioeft. Dav- enport, Bair. Claire, Duncan. ISffIIlbFl'g.j Phyllis Kammerer leaves the hook store well armed for the year. fSrlmI:I I89 BOYS' HONOR GROFP-FIRST ROW: Greenberg. B. Gordon, Sternbaum. Roesing. Thompson. Lewis. Richhei- mer. Angres, Labadie. Sliakman, Mandel. Adler. SEC- OND ROVV: Nielsen. Whipple. Lasher, Bard, Hunter, Burg. Lucente. Rusin. Shapiro. Duhl. Davis, Sachs. THIRD ROWV: WV. Gordon. Fosse. Breton. Loos, Stephen- son, Zimmerman. Barnett. Pettit, Quale. McDougall. Lang, Robinson. FOURTH ROIY: Sellers. Collin, Brode, Shal- et, Danley. Graham. W'ilinot. Pleclc. W'ales. VVelcl1, Fleish- er. Samuels. FIFTH ROVV: Nygren. Biederinan. Baum- gart, Props, Rosen. Reinsch. Micali, Nelson, Moeller, Moulding. Fitzpatrick. Davenport. SIXTH ROWV: Seller, Malugen. Thompson. Sollis. Guelich. Sigmund, Krahl, Stern, Leyniaster, Walton. Bergman. Fried. SEVENTH ROIV: Gardiner. Duncan. Claire, Bellows. Strohni, Roth. Gaine, Richter. Gordley. ABSENT: Clifford. Herron, Scliuessler. flivrniej GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Yudell. Cohn, Sloss, Solomon. Ingersoll. Nudelman. Hoyt. Berg. Bloom- field. M. Green. Clark. Simon. Curtis. Laurie Lewis, Hart, Deutcli. SECOND ROVV: Plalker. YVise. C. Miller, iVil- lianis, NVl1ile. Norman, Richards. Kinnaird, Lipson, Twen- tyman. Gwinn. Hartmann. Long, Barhakofl. Sax, Ciallom- bardo. THIRD ROXV: Liglituer. Tarnoll. Freilich. Ar- gent. Feuer. Brown. Adelman. D. Miller. Wells. Snower. W'eisdorf. Gruher, Malosky. Knowlton. Adcock, Sheehan. FOURTH ROVV: Blettner. Stollerinan, Liftou. Vvaxman, Yeager. Ivald, Matross. Raslinian. Pratt. Plant. Hadley, A. Green, Frosl, Fulton. Gardner. FIFTH ROW: Cotsirilos. Graham. Papas, Foulks. Rasinusen. Rernien, Lauer. Hovel, Dodge. Bltchlord. Sparlierg. Allini. Krone. IVolcli. Zenuff. SIXTH ROW: Peterson. Rosenzweig. Clader, Conley. De- Ford, Fcrence. Klass. Carol Ann Levin. Christell. Deegan, Grain. Douglas. Fisclil. Selliness. Sauunetli. SEVENTH ROYV: Robinson. Taylor, Taber. Kirrnan. Parkinson. Sampson. Feron, Dick. Sillars. Coyne. Ariger. Kosturn. EIGHTH ROW: Bess. Redlich. O'Neill. Kaylin. Kirkland, Townes. Hamilton. Gorr, Yates, Cole. Wiggcrs. Clausen. ABSENT: Edelstein. Finkel. Gehr, Huwen. Garol Jane Levin. Lisa Lewis. Mcfllave. Pope. Powers. Salinger, Stein- berg. IVarner. fBeruir'j e-an-v 3 Mr- ..- fl'CSl1lllCll purdmse textbooks for the new school year. "11'1l.Z3 Hrodikx rummates rm her homework. lSt'lmI:j Greg Stephens. tlxroxxiug glup at an unidentified senior scapegoat. avenges his Class at the Halloween party. 1L0cfllm'j 1L0efIlcrj 5 5- 1' f- Qmeewxsnx MISS ANDERSON FIRST ROIV: Miss Anderson, Jen- nings, Hollander. Kart, Jorgensen, Magnuson, IVilliams, Old. SECOND ROVV: Eliezer, Silver, Cotsirilos, Bick, Hicks, Boyajian, Shayne, Davis. THIRD ROIV: Scott, Rubinolf, Cort, Lotz, Sherman. Dunn, Fener, Tenney. FOURTH ROW: Papas, Urquhart, Adams, Rosenzweig. Friedman, Abel- son, Karstenson, Wiggers. ABSENT: Blair, Fisher. MR. BROWN FIRST ROVV: Mr. Brown, Levin, Lewis, YVitkin, YVelcl1, Levenfeld, Cum- mings, Center. SECOND ROW: Bur- son, Geittmann. Phillips. Najarian, Soderstrom, YVilmol, Graham, Grace. THIRD ROIY: Wahler, Hodge, Mer- ens, Sacra. Radford. Barnich, Man- chester, Ball. FOURTH ROWV: Pol- lack, Erickson. Selling. Carpenter, VValter, Roth, Rosenfels, Daniels. MR. BUERGER FIRST ROIV: Mr. Buerger, Biemeck, Mullin, Rosskam, Kolb, Berkenfield, Digre, Powell. SECOND ROW: Klein, Harwood. Cook, Priest, Leaman, Cummins, Childs. THIRD ROW: Kane, Bradley, Alstrin, Larson, Mould- ing, Arvey, Reinsch. FOURTH ROW: Richter, Benson, Nelson, Dahl, Rose, Caine, WVest. ABSENT: Durovic, Gortner. YVright. MRS. BURNS FIRST ROIV: Mrs. Burns, Abelson, Yalfe, Phillips, Ingersoll, Milford, Fragassi, Marini. SECOND ROW: VVilkinson, Plalz, Krugman, Taylor, Parr, Braun, Adcoek. Vanrlerwieken. THIRD ROW: Malosky, Finkel, Figge, Collins, Hempstead, Rasmusen, Woleh, jacob. FOURTH ROW: Sammeth, Balser. Clausen, Townes, Refoy, Smith, Blackman, Corr. AB- SENT: Daiss, Rogers. MR. CAMPBELL FIRST ROIV: Mr. Campbell, Dillon, Sehuett, Mandel, Curley, Shakrnan, Aagaard, Horwitz. SECOND ROW: Relias, Perry, MeCee, Janin, Neaylon, Zimmerman, IVetzel, IVolf. THIRD ROW: Rapacz. Actipes. Hansen, Cros- by, Gilbert, Ensor, Fullerton, Slutzky. FOURTH ROIV: Moeller, Lloyd, Margolis, Carretson, Gregg, Morris, Chase, Gardner. ABSENT: Black. l92 MR. CARLSTROM FIRST ROIV: Mr. Carlstrom. Anlko- wiak. Stephens. Schneidermun. Mar- mor. Lucente. Peterson. johnson. SECOND ROIV: YVydra. Litten. Co- hen. Raymond. Snuder. Fowle. Nuten- berg. Kaplan. Rundle. THIRD ROW: Props. Button. Trukenhrod. Rex. Moss. Randle, Sollis. Krahl. FOURTH ROW: IYhiteIz1w. Bryant. Cooke. Small. Richter. English. Troy. Doo- little. MISS CARSE FIRST ROVV: Miss Curse, Reeves. Green. Hzlrsha. Spiegel. Brown. Rhein. Angell. SECOND ROIV: Deutch. Cooney. Hurtniann, White. McConnell. Pietroski. jordan. Morf. Kosturn. THIRD ROYV: Fisehl. Lembke. Co- hen. Minralli, Peterman. Powell. King. Becker. FOURTH ROIV: Levin. Douglas. IVatkins, Meyers. Greene, Cobeil. Sprague, Barkas. Vloollett. MISS DELICATE FIRST ROW: Miss Delicate. A. Reeves. Henry. Loewenherz, Freeman. Kelly. IVhite. Norman. SECOND ROXY: Tliornhurgh. Tinen. Sax. Iilett- ner, Adelman. Thomas. Pratt, D. Reeves. Glasser. THIRD ROW: Rich- ards, Levernier. Crosson. Barker. XVex- Ier, Siever. Marland. C i h s o n . FOURTH ROVV: Clark. McConnell. Hosking. Kaylin. Denis. Coalh. Boone Yates. Brannen. MR. DICKMAN FIRST ROIV: Mr. Dickman. Green- berg. Kagan. Ribstein, Adler. Fehr. Bradley. Hunter. SECOND ROIV: Taubensee. Rooker, Mackler, Culsche. Coffin. Pettit. Steinberg. Rice. THIRD ROW: Remer, -I. Nelson, Hedrick. Willett, Lordalil, Voss, Burke. Adams. FOURTH ROIV: Fagel, Cessel. Laid- law. Melehiorre. R. Nelson. Erickson, Seneco. Couturier. MR. ELLIOTT FIRST ROIV: Mr. Elliotl. Seller. Roesing. Riehheimer. Angres. Schoen- berg, Fosse. Miller. SECOND ROIV: Marz. Hubbell, Harms, Bucher, Tread- well. Cordon, Calli. THIRD ROIV: Adler. Fields. McIlwain, Foley, Rich- ardson. Mieali. FOURTH ROIV: Fieldman, Roepke, Sigmund. Lasky. VVedding. Brin. Berlin. ABSENT: Delaine. Hummel. Steiner. I93 MR. ELLIS FIRST RONV: Mr. Ellis, Laser, Marsh, Post, Clausing, Ostrow, Feldman, Scho- pen. SECOND ROVV: Rusin, Fors- berg, VVoodall, Duhl, Breton, Stephen- son, Smith. THIRD ROW: Rohr, Dudley, Herron, VVhiting, Cebner, F r i c cl m a n , Robinson, Segersten. FOURTH ROIV: Barenlirugge, Fine- herg, Paige, Lenfestey, Bellows, Claire, Handler. Rilev. ABSENT: Dadian. MISS FRAZIER FIRST ROWY Miss Frazier, Yuclell, llunge. Thompson, Golden, Lawrence, Coettler, Wleinberg. SECOND ROW: Schneider. Lightner, Bayer, Tarnoff, Matross. Frazier, Rooks, Granuin, Kam- merer. THIRD ROVV: Drake, Robin- son. Brinkley, Sell, Burson, Harrison, Spurway, He-llmund. F O U RTH ROWV: Lowry, Hurforcl, McClave, O'Ncill, Aman, McLean, Brew, Chad- sei. Code-mann. NIR. HANCREN FIRST RONV: Mr. Hangren, Hanson, Kaplan, Lukasik, Thompson, Ander- son. Hendrey, Rosenthal. SECOND ROVV: Lasher, Provus, Bard, lVells, Frank, Harris, Bridge. THIRD ROW: Loos. Carson, Kaiser, Davis, DeLander, Volckens. Henkel. FOURTH ROW: IVest, Lange. Mueller, VVeissc-nberger, Seller, Schoen, johnson. ABSENT: Duncan. Karger. MRS. HOOPES FIRST ROW: Mrs. Hoopes, Swislow, Hoit, Berg, Richards, Carlin, Dietz, Sheehan. SECOND ROW: Fetzer, Skolnik. Flowers, Owen, Slollerman, Selzer, Klnss. Hustead. THIRD ROW: von Ammon, Hovel, Breeden, Keller, Allini, joseph, Lauer, Lenon. FOURTH ROW: Maynard, Lage, l'l'ard, Harris, Simnion, Pierce, Kirk- land, Billings. ABSENT: Kosiek. NIR. JENSEN FIRST ROVV: Mr. Jensen, Ross, Trainor. Bernstein, Savage, Palmer, lhittenherg. Lewis. SECOND ROW: Mcilartliy, Crouse, Hall. Massey, Brad- bury. Cohen. Makeig, Robinson, Lux. THIRD RONY: Hedstrom, Freedman, Leisch. Egan, Fell, Connor, Smith, Ta- tel. FOURTH ROVV: Sullivan, Mer- cier. Rodgers. Steinberg, Baumgart, Guelich. Campbell. Murchison, Bethke. I94 MR. .IUDCE FIRST ROIYI Nlr. llntlge. Slernlpanin Knauer. Ingersoll, Mink. Tnrek. King horn. Heilemann. SECOND ROW' Lang. Berlet. Meijer, lnec. Halen Kell. OllglllOl1. TIIIRD ROW Brynteson. Dean. SCIIOCII. Kurtz. Frzmk Bieclerman. FOURTH ROW: Har- rah, Hollander, Factor. Fitzpatrick Brintlell, Stern. Forrl. ABSENT: Reinert, SCl'lElllJlE, Scliwaxb. MISS KEOLIGIIAN FIRST ROIYZ Miss Keonglizrn. Clark. Herbst. Wise. Liebert, Miller. Peterson. McPl1erron. SECOND ROW: Stalnn. Peckham. Wiemers. Jalle. Williams Jones. Hadley. Falconer. .Xrinstrong THIRD ROIY: M. Taylor. Tobias. Simons. Corcoran, Kelner. Cerlier, Brewer. Carlson. l7Ol'RTH ROW: Gaarcle. Toclhunter. Cralnnn. Croft Taber. Kohn. Berger, N. Taylor. MR. LANDERS FIRST ROIY: Mr. Landers. ilorrlon. Peterson. Newton. Nielsen. Negley, Miya, Pusateri. SECOND RONY: Berg. Pleck. Haight. Hopkins. Fuller, Marco. Brown. THIRD ROW: Leh- man. Dickey. Silverman. Wales. Rosen, johnson. Ayres. Hervey. FOURTH ROYV: Thompson. Ross, Brown. Scllram. Roth. Clierpan. Rl2lL'I.CZlll. ABSENT: Crodgen. MISS LA PORTE FIRST ROIY: Miss LaI'orte. Beiker. Postelnek, Gelir. Borre. Hall. Rieger. Elclridgge. SECOND ROW: Kittner, Wenger. Rlrozicles. Rrrllerty. D'Herck- ens, Schmitz, Salzman, Zenoll. Bloom. THIRD ROW: Freilicli. Alclriclge. Mages, Yeager, Hanna. Lexin. Mc- Swain. Mitchell. FOURTH ROW: Cllristell. Mattson. Parkinson. Snyder, Crabtree. Berg. Kresin. Olson. MR. LARSEN FIRST RONY: Mr. Larsen. Sclnnicl. Fishman. Clilforrl. Peoplm. qlolinston, Larmee. Felclinger. SECOND ROW: Patterson. Hriimes, Schiff. Knight, Tredwell. Sclirannn, Brocle. Mitchell. THIRD ROIVZ Fissell. Bennett. DC- Servi. McCracken, llhlker. Miller, Porter. FOLIRTH ROYY: Kreer. Amato. Nickel. Martine-k. Bornlioeft, Newman, Seliuessler, Parker. I95 MRS. LEVY FIRST ROIY: Mrs. Levy. Steinberg, Millard. Boon, Kramer, Melford, Len- festey. Frank. SECOND ROVV: Lif- ton. Brandwein, Ableman, Cordon, S a n d fo r d , YVaxman, Macdonald. THIRD ROIV: Cohadini, Zuska, Con- ley. Froliman, Brodsky, Gardner, Rasz- kiewicz, Green. FOURTH ROYV: Foster. Tully, Moring, Cope. Harrison, johnson. Tisdall. AIISENT: Levin, Marsh. Salinger. MRS. MAKIEIC FIRST ROWV: Mrs. Makeig, Dold, Stulkin. Gillelt, Carpenter, March, Converse, Loyd. SECOND ROW: Fuggazzotto, Bigelow, Randall, Tliorsen, Monypenny. Freeman, Simon, Sklar. TH I RD ROWV: Hornbrook, Claa r, O'Brien. Gruber, Thomas, Brown, Kanimerer. Kloepfer. F O U RT H ROIV: Sclxluler, Dick, FVIIIIIEIIIOFC, Meyer. Grossman, Burns. Kirman, Wie- boldr. ABSENT: Artli. Kindred. MR. MA RRAN FIRST ROYV: Mr. Marran, Dresner, Labadie, Kearney, Wardner, Aden, Me- Tigue. Clifford. SECOND ROVVt Burg. Farwell. May, Rotllbart, Ander- son, Stewart. Scliwall. THIRD ROW: Bateman, Rastetter, Doscher, Nelson, Grey. FZQCIIIIOIZ, Samuels. FOURTH ROIV: Long, NValton, Hunter, Strohm, I-Ioeher, Trnkenbrod, Shapiro. ARSENT: Bergman. Gardiner. MISS MCQUAID FIRST ROVV: Miss McQuaid, Buch- Iiolz, VVeisdorI, Friedman. Kragh, Kelly, Clirisman, Diettricli. SECOND ROWV: Green, Telfer, Newman, Mc- C ray. Lower, Taylor, Steinbaclc. THIRD ROVV: Brodsky, Coldenberg, R a n cl a I I . Aishton, Saper, Fulton. FOURTH ROIV: Garrison, Barliant, Rusliin. Rion. jackson, Oehler. Anger. ABSENT: Brueggeman, Dillon, Han- ley. Root. Solomon. MISS MONCER FIRST ROWV: Miss Monger, Sheldon, Moyer. Shimanelc, Plafker, Platt. Keck, Custer. SECOND ROVV: Gwinn, Corwin, Johnson, Meineke, Smith, Ritchell, Ames, IVilson. THIRD ROIV: WVesterI1oId, Bess, Camper, Hill. jolinson. LeMz1slers, Pritikin, Cameron. FOURTH ROIV: Burrill, Cornyn, McCutcI1eon. Greene, Celman, Powers, Haskell. Cole. ABSENT: Suekolf. I96 MRS. MOORE FIRST ROIV: Mrs, Moore. Eclwards. Cohn. Sklar, IVitte, Beller. Barbakofl, Abler. SECOND ROIY: Cunning- ham. Hoyt, Van Meenen. DeForcl. Yonkers, Knowlton, Snower. Link. THIRD RONV: VVarner, Suertli, Mc- Kenzie. Dieterich, Palmer. Rugby. Cab- bard. Mueller. FOURTH ROIV: Feron. Burrows. Loos, Hamilton. Iiuen- ger, Otto. Newman, Foulks. AISSENT: Clnck. MISS NAAS FIRST ROW: Miss Naas. Ilolxnsen, Bloomlielcl. Curtis, Sloss, Hardy, Pirie, Lipson. SECOND ROW: Simon, Kinnairrl. Frank, Van Kennen. Fisclxl, Glossherg. Argent. Hulnbarcl. Clxambers. THIRD ROIV: -I1lCllI'III. Avery. Yes- nick, Dalilstrom. Stein. Remien. Krone. Digre. FOURTH ROIY: Plant. Estle, Peterson. Deegan, Davis. Hayskar. Paullc. Pinsof. MR. NEUMAN FIRST ROIY: Mr. Neuman. Ileclgges. Knobel, IValcl. Hoffman. Holsteacl. Bal- lantine, Shapiro. SECOND ROW: IVaIerbury. Vyse. Johnson. Friedberg. Davis. Quale. Cannon. THIRD ROIV: McDougall, Searles, Nieolazzi, Soll, Nemir, Nygren, Trossman, Pau'- lan. FOURTH ROIY: Leymaster. Malugen. Dosili. Bell. Colden. Magnus. Bassett. ABSENT: Breuer. MISS PATTERSON FIRST ROW: Miss Patterson. Ford. Nuclelman. Friesleben. Eclelstein. Axel- rood. McCarty, Long. SECOND ROW: Schneicler, Haserot. McClellan, Miller, C. Granstrom. N. Granstrom, McFadzean, Frost. THIRD ROIV: Millenson, Crain, Pierce, Mangel, Lew- is, Braun, Stone, Barr. FOURTH ROVV: Higgins. Coyne. Young. Mid- dleton, V. Smith, Renouf. Mandel, Kossow. ABSENT: Balclrige. S. Smitlx. MRS. ROMANI FIRST ROIV: Mrs. Romani. Riclillei- mer, Lesnor, Rangaves. Geclxt. Kent. Paul. Morton. SECOND ROIV: Scho- den, DuBow. Stentz, Carlson, Schnei- der, Lilienlieim, Slagllt. Bates. Epstein. THIRD ROIV: YVells, Rogers. Sadin. Palmer. jones. IViuter, Howell. Patera. FOURTH ROIV: Niscllan. Petersen. Klauser, Block, Sethness. Crodlancl, Leecly. Reclliclx. Nicholson. I97 MR. SMITH FIRST ROW: Mr. Smith, Jacobs. Straus, Eckert. Goldberg, Seehafer. Connley. IVooilhury. SECOND ROVV: Larson. Trossman. Bouchard, Barnett. Cumhiner. Davis. Morris. THIRD RONY: Hague, Runnleldt, Boylston, Friedberg. Co cl tl 0 u, Yurman. FOURTH ROIV: Sahlin. Ehrhar, Staak. Tlieohaltl. Davenport. WV:-:gerson, Axtmzmn. AIISENT: Barnhill. Mayer, Pearlman. MISS SORENSON FIRST ROIV: Miss Sorenson, Thomp- son. Sohel. Norhcrg, Classenberg, Jones. Ferdinand, Ciallornbarclo, Wald. SECOND ROIV: Myers, Melnlck, Hu- wen. Olivcrii. Rankin, Sparherg, Gra- ham. Foster, Brown. THIRD ROW: Lee. Storm. Ference. Osborne, Gollub, Thorsen, Sampson, K a r r a k e r . FOURTH ROVV: Schillo, Clarke, Tonk. Lord, LeVine, Behrendt, Udes- ky. VVange. MR. STEVENS FIRST ROIV: Mr. Stevens, Brockell. Verne. Strelf, Cone, Tienson, VVatson, Cox. SECOND ROVV: Sellers, Bart- niess. Lahbc, Jackman, Greene, Hoff- man, Osuarson. THIRD ROW: Sturm. Todd, Hayes, Graham, Jacob- son. Baby. Danley. FOURTH ROW: WVelch, Bingham, Enchelmayer, O'Shea, Mayer. llair. Axtrnann. ABSENT: Borre. Robison. M RS. STEWART FIRST ROIV: Mrs. Stewart, Moss, Hoyt. Ovson, Hart, Lisa Lewis, Rash- man. Twentyman. SECOND ROVV: Pope. Dodge. Cale. IVoodwarcl, Stolkin, Spenlaer. Mullins. Danielson. THIRD ROIV: Kennedy, Blatchford, Keith. Claclcr. Gordon. Sillars. Graham, Le- bin. FOURTH ROVV: Schneider, Scott. Kaufman, O'I5rieu, Fagel, Ander- man. ltlaloney. Weatherford. AB- SENT: Laurie Lewis. Ray. MR. TURNER FIRST ROVV: Mr. Turner, Grossman, Ariell, Mcfluiggan. Oberntlorf, Saxon, Whipple, Kamenear. SECOND ROW: Bushman. Levy. Kennedy, Sachs, Horn, Oliver, Sagetl.. THIRD ROW: Mill- houser, Fogelman. jennings, Erickson, Black, l'Iuguenor. FOURTH ROW: Fleisher. Ricci. Fried, jones. Helms, Slolle. Heimniller. ABSENT: Rosen- berg. W'ilson. Yonkers. I 98 W M. .rg 1 ll'll Bibsy Fisclll and Patsy Grossman ham it up at the Lloyd Shapiro and two other typical freshmen liarrl al work. ll.m'jllnj Friendly Dinner. lSclml:j GAA recruits in ci relatively dignified initiation. lLOI'Hll'l', pf-K 5. Acti pes . In Memoriam Joan Gallagher. class of 1963. Ellen Antolini. Class of 1963. A Aagaartl. Kenneth 64. 192. Abclson. Ahclson. Ahelson. ' Knllefine A.. 49. 192. Stuart R.. 37. 141. 144. Susan B.. 192. Alileman. Darlene VF.. 49. 196. Abler. Katherine li.. 197. Ahler. William L.. 69. 175. Abramson. Milton 1... 101. 187. Thomas N.. 62. 90. 192. STUDE T I EX Alperin. Carole 25. 34. 69. 172. Alsellnler. 1'1'illial11R.. 68. 71. 74. 184. Alsdorf. 1.x'n11e. 183. Alstrin. John C.. 192. Alvord. Charles B.. 26. 174. Aman. Margaret A.. 194. Amato. Bartlilotnew T.. 193. Amherg. Nancy L.. 144. Ames. Rowena 1... 189. 196. Amodeo. Fred C.. 186. Arrlodeo. Linda Jo. 144. Adanls.!Co1'da1111., 36. 37. 93. 102. 116 174. Adams. Harrielte M.. 187. Adams. John R.. 73. 170, 175. Adams. Judith A.. 192. Adams. Parker. 101. 183. Adams. Susan C.. 69. 169. 173. Adams. '1'ho1nas. 95. Adams. 1Valter B.. 193. Adcocla. Victoria. 76. 79. 190. 192. Addis. Andra L.. 176. Addis. Martin L.. 180. 185. Addis. Peter M., 5. 73. 141. 1-14. Atle. John H.. 26. 27. 37. 39. 82.144. Arla. Tinmtln. Q.. 27.1 31. 37.1 38. 39. 82. 98. 175. Adelman. Jill D.. 190. 193. Aden. Douglas R.. 100. 189. 196. Adler. Ricliard 76. 78. 190. 193. Adler. Rohert C.. 79. 193. Adler. 1Vi11ianl11., 79. 115. 176. Ahrherg. Cheryl A.. 32. 182. Ahrens. Dolores M.. 144. Aishton. Nancy. 196. Akm.,1u.ll1l..lt.. 00. 72. 106. 170. 177. Alherdillg. Melissa 1... 172. Albert. Andrew B.. 115. 186. Aldridge. Marianne. 30, 195. Aldridge. Meri Kay. 27. 30. 175. Aleander. Deborah R.. 144. Alexander. Edwin M.. 65. 79. 184. Alexander. James C.. 118. 144. Alexander. Randolph F.. 99. 103. 115. 1 Alfini. Louise F.. 106. 190. 194. Altini, 1Yi1lian1R..J1'.. 21.37. 05. 06. 7 82. 140. 141, 144. Alford. Jean 24. 106. 170. 176. Allen. David C.. 187. Allen. John S.. 69. 182. Allen. Louise 11.. 182. Allen. H. Scott. 144. Allison. Ann' 1... 30. 67. 68. 69. 172. Allison. Edwin F.. 26. 174. Allison. George. 27. Allison. '1'1lomas D.. 22. 73. 170. Allweiss. Vida L., 29. 30. 33. 64. 69. 76. 176. 200 Antlernian. Adrienne l'1.. 23. 30. 177. Anderman. Cheryl R., 198.7 1 Andersen. M. Car. 27. 69. 169. 177. Anderson. Barbara 1... 50. 144. Alirlersoll. Cathy C.. 187. Ariclerson. James D.. 90. 196. Anderson. Karen N.. 29. 30. 32. 64. 180. 183. 184. Anderson. Karen V.. 29. 32. 183. Anderson. Roger J.. 24. 37. 39.40. 82. 175. Anderson. Sandra J.. 144. Anderson. Stephen A.. 90. 194. Anderson. Valerie C.. 144. Anderson. Virginia C.. 73. 188. Anelwias. James R.. 37, 44. 96. 141. 144 I6 . Andrews. Betty E.. 144. Alldrews. Judi' J.. 32. 173. Angell. Susan F.. 106. 193. Anger. Cynthia C.. 190. 196. Angres. Richard D.. 77. 190. 193. Anllcowiak. Ricllard D.. 193. Antolini. Ellen S.. 183, 200. Applehauln. Mirllael N.. 60. 66. 73. 79. 141. 144. Argent. 1-111.411 T.. 511. 73. 110. 106. 144. Argent. Rosemary 17.. 79. 190. 197. Arie11'.1rwinB.. 15. 64. 79. 198. Armstrong. Dorothy B.. 195. Ariristrong. James T.. 85. 144. 175. Arnold. John D.. 90. 185. Aron. Susan A.. 49. 173. Arons. Robert L.. 68. 115. 183. Aronson. Andrew J.. 66. 127. 170. 174. Arth. 17rederiCa ,l.. 196. Arvey. Richard E.. 192. Asclilniclier. Darid F.. 173. Aslllyaucller. Tllolnas F.. 178. Atkins. Lairrence 1-1.. 141. 144. Atkinson. Robert YV.. 184. Augustus. llowartl. 184. Austin. Jane A.. 180. 182. Autll. David L.. 185. Avery, Nancy R.. 64. 197. Avery. 1Vi1lian1 O., 74. 187. Axelrood. Carol S.. 197. Axtlnann. George1Y.. 198. Axtlnann. '1'hon1as A.. 198. Ayres. R. Cay. 144. Ayres. Robert D.. 90. 195. B Babv. Charles P.. 90. 94. 103. 198. Bam.. B1air.27.31.'34.'73.80. 100. 145. Baer. Betsy, 21. 22. 49. 176. Baer. Peggy A.. 30. 33. 111. 183. Bagby. E1nilyA.. 49. 106, 197. Baglge. Keith A.. 185. Bagge. Kendall E.. 40. 115. 184. Bailey. Cale J.. 30. 181. 182. Bair. Myra L.. 65. 68. 79. 107, 108. 110. 111. 113. 182. Bair. Norlnan YV.. 189. 198. Bair. Richard S.. 145. Baker. Marcia E.. 69. 107. 176. Baker. ulilliam S.. 27. 39. 174. 11.111111-1.1. Eleanor R.. 22. 00, 106, 145. Balick. Bruce. 145. Ball. R. Dennis. 192. Ball. Lorraine V.. 32. 33. 145. Ballantine. Peter YV.. 35. 97. 180. 183. Ballantine. Todd 11.. 77, 197. Balser. Pamela C.. 33. 110. 192. Barnberger. Sandra L.. 76. 182. Bamhurg. James R., 114. 145. Barack. PeterJ.. 37. 59. 74. 141. 145. Barbakoll. Shelley R.. 79. 190. 197. B111-d.Mart:A.,21.65. 90.91.190. 194. Bard. Terry R.. 59. 170. 173. Barerlbrtllzge. David T.. 60. 194. Barlg. James B.. 38. 184. Barlcas. Alcse. 193. Barker. Antoinette C.. 23. 30. 49. 193. Barker. Joyce H.. 59. Barliant. Diana J.. 29. 66. 196. Barlow. Charles F.. 119. 145. 167. Barnard. Sarah L.. 145. Barnett. Joan. 77. 185. Barnett. Steven D.. 74. 190. 198. Barnett. Thomas 36. 37. 82. 145. Barnhill. Charles J.. 26. 37. 82. 145. llarnllill. Laurence R.. 65. 90. 198. Barnich. John 64, 192. Barnicke. Richard J.. 37. 82. 90. 176. Barr. Ceraldine L.. 22. 197. lla.-r. rim-ry I... 07. 68. 70. 73. 79, 141. 145. Barr. 1Vi11iam A.. 39. 67. 68. 175. Barrett. Victoria VV.. 59. 79. 141. 145. Barry. Anne YV.. 29. 34. 174. Barth. Robert J.. 22. 145. Bartliolornay. Andrea. 64. 184. Bartlett. Gerald. 174. Bartmess. Russell S.. 198. Bassett. Ralph P.. 197. Bassett. Samuel B.. 39. 74. 175. Bateman. Christoplier 1... 196. Bates. Betsy C.. 29. 106. 113, 174. Bates. Virggillia B.. 30. 197. Bauehard. Lawrence J.. 198. Baughn. Sharon E.. 30. 69. 145. llanm. Leslie A.. fn. 34, 111, 170, 177. Baumann. Barbara. 33, 183. Bauxngurt. Bonnie 111.. 30. 33. 44, 106. 145. Baumgart. Bruce C.. 97. 190. 194. Banmgarten. Richard L.. 184. Baxter. Bruee O.. 21. 86, 90. 91, 187. Buy. Linda 30. Baver. Ellen F., 194. Barlor. 101111 w.. 40. sa, 182. Bazzoni. Alan 39. 102, 145. Beadle. xvehaff 1., 1s5. Beam. Ronald B.. 38. 77. 179. 182. Beaman. Bette Jo. 63. 65. 177. Bean, Martha A1111. 145. Beaneliarnp. Anne M.. 31. 176. Beck. Charles E.. 69. 145. Becker, l'1enry P.. 145. Becker . James A.. 38. 100. 187. Becker. John T.. 145. Becker. Katherine V.. 30.32. 68. 106, 113, 187. Becker. Lucy A.. 21. 33. 105, 145. Becker. Margaret A.. 22, 67. 68, 145. Becker, Nancy L.. 195. Becker, Sara R.. 106. 108. 110. 193. Becker, Sidney 1... 186. Beekmalin, Joseph C.. 8. 10, 60, 76. 145, 168. Beclrick. Barry L.. 193. Beers. Barbara A.. 30. 188. Beers. Marv1f...30. 106. 188. Beesen.C-ai1S..29.32.33.76. 107. 172. Beg1ey.1'1arryR.. 21. 23. 27. 175. Begnelin. Dorothy E., 32, 187. Beguelin. Robert C.. 100. 140. 145. Behm. Donald R.. 98, 115. 186. Helnn. Stephen E.. 69. 115. 175. Bchn. Marshall P.. 39. 173. Bchrendt. Arlene L., 33, 187. Belrrendt. Lynda M.. 106. 198. Behrendt. Carol A.. 145. Beierwaltes. 11'il1iam T.. 35. 41. 50. 145. Bell. David C.. 90. 99. 197. Bcll. Patricia L., 187. Bell. Roger B.. 175. Bell. Suzanne C.. 33. 187. Bellairs. M. Keith. 20. 119. 145. Heller. Barbara E.. 197. Bellows. Randall. 190. 194. Belmont. Katherine B., 29. 30. 33. 145. 1.1e1sey.D1-axy.-S.. 22. 26. 33. 145. Beretta. Beman . 180. Bender, s11.11f.R..29,32.34.44,107, 183. 11111111111 E.. 65.611, 184. Benejam. Miguel G.. 166. Beneven ti. Margo J.. 186. Benjamin. Elizabeth Anne. 27. 145. Be1111e11. 13.111111 P.. 97. 117. 195. Bennett, Deborah A.. 29. 32. 69. 174. Bennett. J. Pctcr. 145. Bennett. Nelson C.. 37. 39. 145. Bennett. Paul E.. 59. 65. 85. 170, 173. Benson. George R.. 192. Berbach. Bruce B.. 174. Armand V.. 176. Bonnie N.. 107. 190. 194. Berg. Berg. Christine M.. 195. Berg. Curt H.. 178. Berg. James A.. 195. Berg. Pamela A.. 172. Berg. Paula J.. 184. Berger. Donna K.. 29. 30. 187. Berger. Jellrey A.. 180. 186. Berger. Robin E.. 15. 195. Berger, Sheldon E.. 38. 183. Berger. Stephen L.. 38. 40. 186. Bergman. David A.. 97. 115. 196. Bergonan. David A.. 190. Beringcr. Carl J.. 174. Berk, um- R.. 176. Berkelliarner. Rudi C.. 30. 180. 184. Be11.e11114111, 11.111 J.. 145. Berkenlield. James E.. 192. 100. Berkcnstadt. Joy S.. 180. 182. Berkson. 11. Neil. 22. 26. 27. 40. 127, 145 Berksun. Martin E.. 183. Berlantl. Richard 11.. 98. 114. 116. 145. Berlet. Kenneth R.. 65. 90. 195. Bean.. 111C1111111w., 90, 94. 193. Berliner. Renee N.. 26. 27. 34. 145. Berus. James R.. 38. 172. Bm1.1.111, c1111C1. 100, 103. 116. 179. 180 182. Bernstein. Jacob. 194. Bernstein. Margie L.. 22. 23. 25. 31. 34, 177. Bernstein. Slieilah R.. 111. 184. 68. Bernsten. Robert K.. 175. Bershaeli. Betsy. 27.30. 34. 106. 145. Bersbaeh. J. Iirentano. 97. 104. 183. Bess. Marilyn G.. 190. 196. Bellike. Barbara A.. 77. 106. 183. Bethkc. Douglas A.. 23. 77. 94. 194. Bethune. Noel. 60. 76. 145. Betts. Antlreyr. 68. 183. Bevan. Eleanor. 66. 145. Beyer. David 14.. 26. 69. 145. Beyer. Donna E.. 187. Bick. Mary S.. 192. Biedennan. Jerry 11.. 75. 77. 190. 195. Biemeck. Howard. 94. 192. Bienenleld. Candace. 33. 49. 180. 184. Biemolt. Gail L.. 11 1. 186. Bigelow. Barbara A.. 196. Bi g.J11.11111.. 22, 26.30. 1011. 107.1-45. Biflings. Madelynne A.. 107. 194. Bilstad. Suzanne E.. 174. Bimstein. Barbara. 1-16 Bingham. John A.. 198. Bishop. 1101.61-1 15.. 67. 69. 77. 173. Blacher. Carol L.. 185. Black. Judith P.. 176. Black, Cordon L.. 192. Black. Robert E.. 198. Blackburn. James E.. 146. Blackman. Joanne M.. 26. 27. 30. 146. Blackman. Judith A.. 192. Blackwell. Dorothy M.. 174. Blackwell. Judith. 28. 106. Bladen. George R.. 175. Blair. Allison 11.. 23. 69. 182. Blankstein. Roger P.. 98. 146. B1111Chr111a. Frederick. 11-.. 37. 90. 91, 176. Blatchforcl. Richard K.. 89. Blatcltforcl. Suzanne. 108. 190. 198. Blatchley. Elizabeth NV.. 27. 170. 177. Blecli. Grace A.. 32. 146. Blech. Scott A.. 39. 40. 82. 178. Bleum. 131111114111 M., 79, 190. 193. Blettner. M. Jean. 27. 59. 69. 73. 111,172 Biey, 11ic11.1.1 c.. 114, 173. Bliss. Charles M.. Jr.. 146. Block. Sharon L.. 197. Blomeyer. Edward C.. 185. Blood. David R.. 146. Bloom. Carolyn S.. 195. Bloom. Dorothy F.. 33. 185. Bloomberg. Steve A.. 80. 114. 141. 146. Bloomfield. Allen D.. 182. Bloomfield. Ellen 1-1.. 30. 190. 197. Bloomfield. H. Charles. 7, 146. Blumberg. Joy E.. 22. 107. 179. 180, 185. Bubba. Jo Ann. 50. 187. Bodman. Peter. 40. 178. Bolender. Alan T.. 146. Bolles. Charles D.. 172. Bonnekarnp. Juliana C.. 146. Booker. Lee F.. 100. Boon. Bonny J.. 49. 189. 196. Boone. Carol A.. 21. 22. 77. 193. Boone. William G.. 86. 187. Booth. S. James. 67. 176. Booty. Sandra K.. GS. 187. Borcherdt. Douglas P.. 69. 173. Borden. Lee J.. 40. 101. 115. 182. Bar . Christine E.. 146, 167. BorEau.Eugel1e L.. 90. 91. 183. Borkan. Lois K.. 127. 146. Born. Carole A.. 33. 187. Bornlioeft. David P.. 90. 94. 103. 189. 193. Bornhoeft. John YV.. 37. 85. 141. 146. Bornor. Elizabeth E.. 106. 109. 172. Borre. C41-011, 27. 29. 107. 146. Borre. Dawn L.. 187. Bosshart. Donald A.. 23. 114. 173. Bouuliard. Lawretiee 64. 198. Boudart. Donald J.. 175. Bowen. Barbara C.. 30. 65. 66. 73. 180. 188. Boyajian. Joyce 171.. 79. 142. Boyd. Ellen L.. 30. 33. 179. 182. Boyd. Kingsley. 27. 44. 96. 175. Boyer. Frances A.. 64. 172. Boylston. McGregor J.. 198. Boylston. Susanne C.. 28. 32. 69. 77. 106. 112. 173. Boynton. Donald 146. Brackett. Cay1Y.. 29. 30. 32. 33. 44. 183. B1ackf11. D1111g111 s.. 22. 25. 117. 44. sz. sw. 146. Brar.1hury. Richard F.. 100. 101. 194. Brade:-11. Judith. 30. 68. 79. 180. 187. Bradley. Ca1o1yn1'1.. 66. 79. 183. Bradley. Diane M.. 146. Bradley. Fretlerick XY.. 64. 193. Bradley. Genevieve A.. 27. 30. 33. 173. Bradley. M. Louise. 45. 177. Bradley. Ricliarcl 1... 183. Bracllev. Thoinas M.. 35. 192. Bradsliaw. James 11.. 174. Brady. Rieliard R.. 73. 78. 170. 175. Bramlitt. Nanny M.. 31. 1-16. Brandell. Raymond 37. 101. 140. 146. Brantlenllurg. Ceorge YY.. 20. 21. 37. 67. 68. 89. 126. 170. 174. Brandt. Lynda C.. 33. 174. Brandnein. Linda L.. 106. 109. 196. Brandwcin. Regina E.. 34. 69. 146. Brannen. George 11.. 37. 66. 59. 79. 85. 90. 1-Ili. Brannen. Jcnniler C.. 193. Braun. Bert-rly 187. Braun. James 98. 174. B1'all11.Jo5ep1i1Y.. 27. 40. 65. 66. 170. Braun. Rita C.. 31. 146. Braun. Robert. 1... 175. 197. Braun. Sally A.. 146. Braun. Susan M.. 23. 33. 192. Brazcc. James L.. 26. 39. 146. Bree. Donald M.. 39. Breellen. Palrieia M.. 82. 146. Breeden. Susan E.. 33. 183. Breeclen. 1Yendy K.. 189. 194. Breton. 'lvlicodole R.. 78. 190. 194. Brew. Mujolie L.. 44. 106. 113. 146. Brew. Patricia 110. 194. Brewer. Crant YY.. 197. Brewer. Lesley. 195. Brickinan. Robert J.. 174. Bridge. Arlliur. 57. 194. Bridges. Martin H.. 86. 90. 183. Briggs. Robert M.. 187. Brightman. Candace R.. 177. Brin. Robert 11.. 90. 91. 193. Brindell. Patil R.. 97. 195. Brinkley. Barbara J.. 108. 194. Bristow. Parncla J.. 182. Brittan. Kent 1... 10. 52. 141. 146. Brittin. A. Kenneth. 69. 174. Brockell. Donald T.. 198. Brodc. David B.. 90. 195. Broderick. June C.. 29. 34. 146. Brodsky. 11arrietA..65. 77. 191. 196. Brodsky. Marcia 1... 189. 196. Brody. Terry. 187. Bronuer. James R.. 26. 37. 104. 114. 118. 141. 146. Brunner. Susan A.. 187. Brook. Charles J.. 23. 26. 37. 90. 91. 127. 140. 141. 142. 146. Brookrnan. Jean W.. 33. 73. 183. Brosten. 1'1arvey. 25. 146. Burke. YYi11ia1n 193. llurnieister. Karen E.. 34. 69. 147. Buruieister. Patricia 66. 169. 174. l'5urn11an1.A11nL.. 69. 73. 170. 177. 11urnS. Catlieriue. 189. 196. llurns. Marilyn. 22. 31. 80. 106. 172. Burns. Ricliard. 26. 37. 44. 96. 147. Burns. Thomas W.. 183. Burpo. John H.. 65. Iiurrill. Elizabeth A.. 66. 79. 187. llurrill. Sharon L.. 111. 196. Burrill. Susan Y.. 22. 30. 32. 1-17. Burrows. Anne C.. 64. 197. liurroirs. John T.. 27. 38. 147. 1'1urro1ys. 1Yil1ian1 M.. 67. 68. 70. 96. 176 llursou. Julie D.. 30. 106. 194. liurson. Ma1f.ol1nC.. 79. 97. 192. Burson. 1Yi11ia1n1Y.. 40. 4-1. 97. 180. 11urton. X1a1'ianne.33. 45. 80. 1-17. Busby. Karen L.. 31. 172. Butler. Judith E.. 29. 30. 33. 176. Buzow. Patricia K.. 29. 30. 32. 183. Blttterlield. Landra 146. liutton. Justinc1'.. 26. 28. 147. llutlou. B11zm11. Button. Kenneth R.. 90.99. 193. Louise 1V.. 188. Marcia B.. 30. 86. 188. Butz. Katherine B.. 50. 173. liutzine. Karen E.. 187. liutzine lluzan. By rue. 145 rnc. 115 r111n. . Kent1Y.. 147. Teresa E.. 29. 147. Melody. 32. 69. 147. Patrick M.. 187. Charles 1... 26. 85. 98. 117. 176. C Cain. Judy F.. 182. L 1 11 faine. Eugene Y.. 2.1. 30. Il . 180. 182. 9 Calhoun. David K.. 1S-. Callander. Laura B.. 23. 34. 69. 176. Callaway. Florence 11.. 30. 32. 67. Callaway. Thvnnas C.. 174. Cainero C. 11.S11aro1t.'1.. 106. 196. .a1npbe11. Bonnie 172. Czunphell. Donald N.. 194. Campbell. Eleanor 1... 22. 30. 187. t211111p1.f11. M1111 .t1111. 27. 30. rio. ss. 751, 76. 127. 147. Cainphell. Michael L.. 184. tlumpluell. Terry 1'1.. 36. 89. 147. tlmnphcll. YVi11ia1n R.. 147. 1. . n. Davirl R.. 24. 37. 102. 116. 147. .ninpio Cauill. Lynne M.. 33. 185. Canill. Mic11clleA.. 30. 111. 176. Canter. Barbara L.. 34. 147. Caplan. Lana E.. 26. 1747. 4. apps. Susan N.. 176. Carlile. Catherine 79. 180. 183. Carlin. Anne C.. 194. Carlsen. Barbara 186. Carlsen. Beverly .X.. 147. Carlson. Barbara K.. 21. 22. 23. 197. Carlson. Delores A.. 34. 170. 172. Carlson. John R.. 185. Carlson. Myra L.. 06. 195. Carlson. Patriria J.. 20. 23. 24. 25. 26. 100. 147. Carlson. Ronald K.. 23. 39. 40. 89. 147. Carlson. Sliaron M.. 30. 32. 61. 17-1. Carlstedt. Richard A.. 38. 85. 174. Carpenter. Carol. 33. 196. Carpenter. Charles R.. 39. Carpenter. C. Tihhs. 35. 37. 89. 90. 91. 141. Carpenter. John A.. 39. 147. Carpenter. Richard A.. 7-1. 172. 192. Carr. Brian L.. 27. 170. 176. 186. Browder. Davir1S..35. 41. 66. 79. 170. 171 176 Browder. Wendy E.. 30. GS. 187. Brown. Charlotte E.. 31. 33. 146. Brown. Christine L.. 196. Brown. Daniel P.. 26. 127. 141. 146. Brown. M. Dial1e.33. 198. Brown. Fredric H.. 195. Brown. James E.. 186. Brown. James C.. 90. 195. Brown. Marcelle M.. 76. 190. 193. Brown. Mary' R.. 22. 69. 106. 107. 108. 1l0.113.l27.170.177. Brown. Richard A.. 146. Brown. Richard M.. 40. 116. 182. Brown. Stephen J.. 26. 27. 39. 146. Brown. Virginia 111.. 69. 176. Browne. Dennis P.. 77. 146. Browne. Marcia J.. 34. 146. Browning. Chriwtoplicr R.. 170. 172. Browning.Ja1nes17.. 27. 178. Bruce. Carol A.. 22. 23. 34. 174. Byrant. Daniel C.. Jr.. 65. 97. 186. Byrant. Wallace P.. 97. 193. Brynteson. Robert H.. 195. Brzeziniki. Donna L.. 173. Buchanan. James C.. 175. Buchanan. Laurel D.. 21. 31. 69. 176. Bucher. Buch 110 Robert C.. 97. 193. lz. Virginia B.. 30. 196. Bushman. J. Landis. 198. Buddeke. Jean M.. 184. Bueuger. Elizabeth A.. 197. Buenger. Theodore H.. 77. 86. 183. Buesch. Diane M.. 30. 67. 68. 146. Buesch. Rit'11a1'r11Y.. 68. 86. 87. 99. 134. Buescli. Thomas A.. 27. 90. 91. 146. Bueter. Robert YY.. 184. Bulkley. Cregory B.. 14. 26. 44. 96. 141. 142. 146. Bulkley. Petcrilq.. 180. 184. Bull. Eugenia. 30. 185. Burch. Brian R.. 38. 67. 68. 175. Burch. Bruce E.. 35. 38. 67. 68. 175. Burchrnore. Susan F.. 9. 21. 22. 26. 31. Barre. Earl YV.. 27. 35. 115. 174. Barre. Scott L.. 176. Borre. Susan R.. 64. 195. Bossen. N.1111.111. 33. 74. 130. 69. 77. 175. Burflivk. Suzanne N1.. 183. Burg. Ru11ertS.. 99. 190. 196. Burgdoif. James L.. 1S4. Carriers. Peter N.. 39. 147. Carrington. .Ioan L.. 27. 65. 80. 107. 147 Carrington. Lawrence NY.. 40. 65. 187. Carson. Camille R.. 109. 177. Carson. Fretlrifk R.. 90. 103. 194. Carter. Carolyn. 49. 147. Caselli. Terry A.. 86. 99. 183. Cashman. John E.. 100. 170. 172. Cassell. Thomas VV.. 186. Castle. Steve R.. 58. 185. Castle. Trnu1auR.. 20. 100. 147. Catini. Arnold. 173. Stanley L.. 78. 182. Garlen. V Catlin. John 8.. 26. 147. Cavett. 11arba1'a 22. 30. 32. 147. Cecil. Charles H.. 38. 180. 186. Center. Barbara. 26. 27. 31. 61. 177. Center. Michael J.. 94. 192. Chadsey. Paula A.. 194. Chalmers. Jay 112. 182. Chalnales. Caroline 111.. 22. 27. 29. 34. 130. 173. Chambers. Cynthia A.. 197. Cliamhcrs. Worthy. 178. Chandler. Joy Lynn. 29. 49. 52. 147. Charous. Bruce 1... 53. lS5. Chase. Phillip S.. 35. 97. 192. Chatain. Rohert1V.. 51. 56. 57. 141. 1-17. Chcris. Albert B.. 147. Cherpak. Paul M.. 195. Chess. Elaine ll.. 34. 177. Childs. Robert A.. 101. 115. 192. Cliorn. Dooly L.. 187. Chrisnlan. Clayton P.. 100. 187. Cl11'isrnan.Ji1115.. 196. Chrisnian. Leann 11.. 6. 147. Christell. Carol L.. 190. 195. Christensen. Betsy A.. 172. Christensen. Pc-tcr C.. 147. Christiansen. Steven R.. 69. 186. C1iristo11'erson. Cynthia. 34. 76. 147. Christopli. Robert XV.. 147. Chukerinan. Neal C.. 27. 39. 104. 175. Churchill. Barliara M.. 50. 77. 183. Citron. llarhara. 183. Claar. Mary Ann. 196. Cladcr. Linda L.. 29. 190. 198. Claire. Robert L.. 35. 64. 65. 90. 94. 189. 190. 194. Clark. Anne B.. 29. 65. 190. 195. Clark. 1'1ardee M.. 187. Clark. Martha M.. 193. Clark. P4101 P.. 53. 54. 78. 184. Clark. Robert NV.. 38. 40. 86, 103. 186. Clarke. Christopher C.. 147. Clarke. Patricia N.. 30. 110. 198. Clausen. Barbara J.. 109. 190. 192. Clausen. 1-1. Carol. 147. Clausing. Donald 74. 194. Clanson. Prank 1Stan1. 67. 175. Clayton. Richard 38. 174. Clcave. Charlene A.. 45. 147. Cleveland. Paula V.. 49. 69. SO. 147. C1i11ort1. James P.. 90. 97, 196. Clillortl. .1ero1neR.. 90. 97. 190. 195. Clillord. 1Vi11ia1ns B.. 38. 86. 90. 187. Clifton. Charles E.. 27.37. 39. 82. 147. Cline. 1'1arriet A.. 80. 147. Clingiuan. Keith P.. 183. Cloud. A. David. 175. Cloud. Patricia A.. 69. 147. Clough. Craig: A.. 93. 104. 175. Coagan. 111:idi F.. 31. 34. 80. 147. Coath. Ann. 193. Cobb. David B.. 67. 114. 173. Cobb. James D.. 68. Coeroft. Druid S.. 73. 185. Cotltlotl. C. Stan. 77. 198. tloelln. John T.. 175. Collield. Peter T.. 21. 22. 35. 49. 86. 184. Co111n.Jo11l111'.. 88. 90. 99. 190. 193. ci1.gs1v.11.'1'1111111as ti.. 35. rss, 40. 117, 116 118. 174. Cohee. Donald R.. 26. 148. Cohen. Betsy. 21. 22. 23. 30. 32. 33. 34. 113. 180. 182. Co11en.Dzuitl1.. 115. 173. 175. 11.11.11 J.1111.s. 193. Cohen. Jellry S.. 115. 184. Cohen. Kt'nnetl1L.. 179. 180. 184. Cohen. Lawrt-nr'c J.. 173. Cohen. 1.conardS.. 26. 27. 37. 148. t:1.11.11.11111. N.. 59. so. ss. 106. 126. 141, 148. Cohen. Susan P.. 193. Cohen. Susznine M.. 173. Cohen. Tlionias YY.. 77. 194. Cohn. 11a1bara R.. 33. 107. 190. 197. Cohn. Judith A.. 182. Cohn. 1Vi11ia1n L.. Jr.. 24. 148. Colioun. lla:-l:1.30. 148. Collmru. Carol D.. 49. 51. 57. 76. 79. 170. 175. Colburn. Rit'11arr11Y.. 67. 68. 148. Cole. Lc'slieJ.. 23. 172. Cole. Patrieia 190. 196. Coleman. lirenda. 185. Coleman. Donald R.. 27. 44. 174. Collins. Evelyn C.. 192. Co1linS. James T.. 173. Collins. Linda A.. 148. Collins. Patricia. 31. 172. Collnorgran. Kay S.. 65. 79. 182. Conad. Yyonne L.. 172. Condon. Peggy M.. 148. Cone. Carole J.. 23. 33. 72. 107. 182. Cone. William J.. 193. Conley. Penelope S.. 190. 196. Connery. Robert. 148. Cooney. Beth .-L. 23. 30. 32. 33. 148. 111.11111-11,-. 51111111111 L.. :11. :111. 49. Gs. 106, 180. 182. Connley. Daniel P.. 64. 90. 198. Connor. Gregory E.. 194. Connor. NVi1liam S.. 184. Converse. Judith L.. 110. 196. Cook. M. Boyd. 192. Cook. Nancy E.. 22. 65. 66. 79. 173. Cook. Slephani E.. 42. 111. 173. Cook. T11omas1'1.. 42. 57. 89. 90. 173. Cooke. James li.. 94. 193. Coolidge. Carol Nl.. 173. Coo1idge.E. David. 35. 37. 39, 93. 104. 126.141. 148. Cooney. Leighton II.. 24. 26. 27. 85. 173. Cooney. Sus:-1nC.. 106. 108. 193. Cooperxnan. Robert 97. 187. Cope. Melissa J.. 196. Corcoran. Joan M.. 195. Corcoran. Patricia A.. 23. 26. 27. 34. 148. CD1-k. 111111114 S.. 183. ' ' Co1'111any. Vvilliarn B.. 172. Cornell. Margaret. 26. 50. 64. 69. 113. 174. c1.1411c11.v11-g111i1 s.. 27. 148. cf1,1'1.11g. G41-y 11.. s. so. 67. as. 76, 141. 14s. c1.1'1.111..1u1111E..2s.3s. 40.85. 103. iss crow... 111116101110 14.. 29. 30, so. 107, . l. Corry. Larry O.. 27. 175. Conyin. Susan M.. 49. 196. Cosgrfgian. Randee E.. 30. 33. 180, 181. 1 . Cotsirilos. Stephanie C.. 111. 190. 192. Cotter. 511.1111 M.. 106. 107. 108. 110. 113 141. 148. Cottrell. Karen B.. 25. 69. 106. 182. Couturier. James C.. 193. Cowen. Bruce 17.. 38. 185. Cox. 1-1. Elizabeth. 69. 177. Cox. James B.. 198. Coyne. Madeline. 190. 193. Coyne. Marcy J.. 29. 183. Coyne. Meredith 11.. 34. 173. Cozad. Danielle L.. 45. 80. 107. 113. 148. Crabtree. Lynda D.. 195. I Cragg. Laura J.. 66. 76. 77. 186. Crain. Carol L.. 79. 190. Crittcnton. Valerie J.. 30. 176. Croft. Mary B.. 79, 195. Crosby. Sue NY.. 31. 33. 183. Crosby. J. Raymond. 192. Crosson. Constance E.. 51. 193. Crouse. Harrison M.. 194. 1:1011-. D.11'i110.. 37. 39. 82.93. 148. 20 Crum. Donald P.. 186. Cryslcr. Richard. 183. Culver. Delmrali A.. 69. 73. 188. Cummings. -Ierrold A.. 192. Cummings. Richard S.. 27. 170. 175. Cummins. Gregory M.. 192. Cunnnins. Robert C.. 176. Cunningliznn. Barbara. 22. 148. Cunninghznn. Carnliri. 107. 176. Cunningham. M:11'ga1'et -I.. 106. 197. Curtis. Jane. 33. 111. 190. 197. Curtis. S11s1111.30. 07. 08. 100. 1-18. Custer. 'llcrrie L.. 196. Cut1er.Ca1-51. 51. 180. 185. Cutler. Roger. 73. 7-1. 185. Cutlip. 'Flimnus li.. 67. 68. 148. D Dillll. Chun.. c..s1o.s11. 192. 111.111, 11.11161-1 11..5:1.57. 115. 177. Dalgheimer. Susan M.. 69. 106. 113. 127. 170. 171. Dahlin. Cynthia P.. 32. 106. 118. Dahlqnist. Donna E.. 148. Dalilstrmn. lilimbclli A., 197. Dal11s1rn1n,.1ea11 E.. 34. 141. 1-18. Dallineyer. liicliard L.. 39. 177. Dun. Richard L.. 26. 148. D7Anc0na, Edward A.. 57. 82. 93. 102. 177. Daniels. Barliurzi L.. 148. Daniels. .1111111 -19. 50, Gs. 148. Daniels . M. -lean. 148. Daniels. M. .1an.51. 108. 185. Daniels, 1'a111 S., 50. 192. Danielson, Candace C.. 198. Daniels on. Carol O.. 33. 77. 187. Danley. john B.. 172. Danley, Michael D.. 190. 198. Darcy. Diana E.. 22. 23. 26. 30. 3-1. 174. Dasliow. ,Iames1'1.. 63. 65. 174. Dauer. Paul F.. 186. Davenport. David S., 90, 189. 190. 198. Davenport. Doris. 148. Davidson, Jeanne L.. 29. 172. Davidson. Lynne V.. 148. Davidson. Steven A.. 69. 90. 91. 173. Davis. Cathy C.. 148. I Davis. Daniel A. 103 18' Davis. Davis . . 2. c:1.11-111 M., 193. 1111111. 77 79. 197. Davisl 311111111 .1.. 417, 1115. 190. 197. Davis. Linda J., 27. 142. 148. Davis. 1.111111 K., ns. Ill, 173. Davis. Lynn A.. 186. Davis, N111111,1A.. 26, 170. 174. Davis, Nancy L.. 29. 169, 192. Davis. 11ie11ard1'1.. 116. 185. Davis. Roger ,1.. 194. Davis. R. Scott. 174. Davis. Davis. s11.11111111'.1.. 178. Susan. 183. Davis. Virginia. 30. 32. 34. 148. Dawson. Elizabeth A.. 66. 148. Dawson. John H.. 35. 68. 182. Deahl. M. Carol. 51. 65. 186. Dean, Gregory M.. 103, 195. Dean P11 'llis fl 66 173 F111., Will Elllandl. . y . 1.. . . De Anda. Criselcla M.. 66, 69. 72. 73. 76 113. 148. Dear. William. 111, 11. 32. 68. 86. 90. 95. 186. D,Eath. Carolyn R.. 66. 184. Debs. Jerome H., 23. 25. 27. 40. 53. 59. 101, 175. Decker. Alice A.. 68. 183. Decker. Bonita ,1.. 31. 173. Decker. Sleplizinie. 30. 34. 177. Dee. Barbara 67. 174. Dcegan. Deborah. 23. 190. 197. Dc Ford. 1111111 1.. 79. 190. 197. Deimel. Robert YV.. 173. De Koven. Ronald M.. 148. Delaine. Donna E.. 45. 148. Delainc,,1nln1 K.. 35. 193. Dclander. Richard A.. 77. 78. 1911. Delelzke. Norinan. llr.. 65. 175. Dcllow. John P.. 27. 44. 63. 148. Dexnmon. 1Vesley YV.. 148. Denis, Carol A.. 182. Denis. ,lean M.. 193. Deppe. Mary F.. 1811. Deppe, Mie11ne1W.. 38. 68. 115. 183. Deppermznn. Daniel R.. 86. 186. Depperman. Stephen R.. 36. 37, 39. 69. 102.141.142.1-18. tierjlufki. 13.11111-11111, 106. 109. 110. 113 1 6 Deservi. Robert C.. 90. 195. Desmond. Leslie R.. 30. 32. 33. 34. 182. Dentcli. Carole -1.. 148. Dentch. Marjorie 1.. 29. 190. 193. ne111e11. S111111111e L.. 34. 148. Digre. Katherine A.. 197. Diller. Rebecca C.. 22. 73. 142. 149. Dillingliani. Peter S.. 176. D1111111. 1111111 A.. 192. Di11z.l'etn1-C.. 98. 103. 180. 183. Dini. Louis 149. Di11i. Peter. 186. Dix. Barbara D.. 33. 182. Dixon. 117111111 11,. 187. 1111111-1111. 11111-11 11.. 1811. Dodd. Adele. 33. 149. Dodge. Ellen R.. 65. 190. 197. Dodson. Roberta D.. 172. Dnlrcrly. 111111111111 M.. 38. 39. -10. 44. 65. I18. Duke. Sliirlcx A.. 27. 77. 106. 169. 176. Di11an.,1illE.. 20. 1-19. Dnld. Mary Ann. 196. Dolnitk. Beryl. 29. 187. Drqigvsilirk. Dn11alr1.l..35. 85. 93. 117. 8. Dunicnick. 1Yi1lia1n 85. 172. Dt1n1111. 1Vi11i11n1 65. 114. 149. Donaldson. Tracy R.. 32. 51. 184. Donut. David K.. 1-19. Dnncgall. 13112111 C.. 40. -13. 08. 86. 183. Dcnieigan. Dennis 111.. 22. 26. 173. llonnellv. Karen E.. 31. 177. Donnelly. l10berl1'1.. 119. 149. 1711o1itt1c..1r11111R.. 90. 91. 94. 193. Dorgaii. Carol Ann. 22. 23. 30. 149. Dnrinudy. Gcimlyje 111.. 2-11. 26. 79. 172. Doriilms. .lay 1'1.. 38. 65. 182. Dnscher. Barbara K.. 30. 34. 66. 80. 1-19 Dr1e1t'l1c1'. David C.. 99. 196. Dosulier. Michael A.. 37. 96. 102. 149. Dnsili, C1115 M.. 197. Dougherty. Harry. 1-19. Dmiglnh. Arthur M.. 149. D1111g1111.C1-1111111r...114. 110. 190. 193. Douglas. Diane E.. 174. llmiglas. Robert C.. 26. 175. Dover. Nancy M.. 33. 51. 149. Dover. R. Thomas. 38. 184. D111111. R11,11111111d 1x..4o, 117. 69. 72. 149. Downes. 'Fliomas C.. 174. 11.111111 111111111 D.. 21. 22. 26. 39. 49. 172. Drake. L. Alan. 172. Drake. Martha L., 29. 110. 194. Drnkc.Sa11yE.. 66. 176. Drell. Adriciillc C.. 26, 31. 72. 80. 149 D1-611. 111111e1-1A., 45. 149. Drell. Terri 1... 27. 34. 63,11l.176. Dreslier. Glen E.. 39. 173. Dresner. 1'1ar1non 1... 196. Dresser. llenry L., 39. 149. 111515111-.,1111ic B.. 111. 149. Drew. 1iernzArd.38. 90, 104. 185. Drick. Cenrge R.. 35. 82. 118. 127. 149. D1-11111, KQ1111,-11. 64. 67, 68. 69. 172. Droege. lloward H.. 32. 149. Dulrinsky. Susan M.. 51. 106. 186. Duliow. liarbaru M.. 197. Dudley. Kenneth 194. Dnerr. Cordon J.. 185. Dnlil. Frank. 90. 91. 190. 194. Dunbar. Dorothy D., 176. Dl1nca11.1lz11ph E.. 21. 90. 91. 189. 190. DunCa11.11'i11ian1P.. 38. 183. Dunham. James K.. 149. Dunlap. Daniel D.. 21. 149. Dunn. Aileen K.. 106. 192. Dunn. Michael 1'1.. 69. 174. Du1111. llidell 149. Dunn. Sally A.. 174. Dnnpliy. F1'ederit'k A.. 149. Dnrovic. Steven. 91, 192. Dutton. Sharon Susan. 1-19. Dworkin. Feather K.. -48. 49. 52. 67. 08, 1-19. Dyer. 51111111 F.. 3-1. 105. 1712. 140. E Earle. Kevin C.. 180. Enrll. James L., 149. Eason. jean A.. 149. Elicrliart. Elizalwelli. 29. 68. 180. Ebert. C. Kolbeil. 149. Ebi. 1Yi11iam ,1.. 26. 39. 173. Eckbert. Kim ll.. 198. Ecker. Marilcc E.. 26. 174. F1L'liQrt. Susan fl.. 31. 32, 77. 106. 177. Ecklionse. Marguerite. 51. 187. Ellison. George R.. 182. Elmer. Pamela. 29. 149. Elmore. Sharon A.. 22, 31. 50. 150. Eiiilligec. Caroline. 27. 29. 30. 67. 68. 106. I. 1 Emery. Charles L.. 27. 35. 37. 82. 91. 150 F1m:lic1n1ai'c1', Erncat E.. 174. E111.11e1111.11e1, 1. 11111. 113. 67. Gs. 150. lfliclxcliiiayer. P11111 L., 78. 198. Enenbzieh. Kay .1.. 69. 73. 80. 176. Engel. Judith L.. 106. 183. Engc1,Sa1lyj.. 26. 34. 150. Engel. 1Yi11i111n C.. 177. Engelliian. Tlioiiias Bl.. 183. Engels. Mary K.. 186. English. Averill A., 104. 115. 193. E11111.. 11111111111 111.. 27. 30. 1011. 150. Ennis. 1Yi11ian1 180. 185. Ensor. Tlioinas R.. 192. Epstein. Barbara A.. 197. Ep11Ui11.1i111 F.. zrs. .-so. .111. :12. 51. iss. Epstein. Tc1'esu11..3l. 150. 151-f1111e1g. 151111111M.. 115. 175. lfrciibllrg. Stephen R.. 101. 175. Erens. Miirliael C.. 27. 176. Ergang. Susan J., 25. 33. 127. Ericksmi. Donald ll.. 78. 185. Eriukauii. .lulin L.. 90. 192. Erickson. Marion F.. 68. 185. Erickson. Paul D.. 35. 90. 198. Erickson 151-it-1:51111 lfrieksoli . Paula 34. 69. 176. . Peter 175. . Robert D.. 22. 26. l17.141. 150 Erickson. Stanton R.. 64. 90, 193. Finkel. Stephen N., 39. 150. Finley. Susan C., 173. Firestone. Michael VV.. 150. Finzer. Sarah C.. 31. 69, 176. Fischer, Alan F.. 67. 150. Fisehl. Ellen L., 193, 198. Fisclil. Elizabeth. 106. 197, 199. Fisclil. Frederick B.. 104, 142. 150. Fisclil. Robert D.. 23. 172. Fish. Lawrence K.. 40. 07. 68. 114. 115. 174 Fisher. Barry M.. 44, 96. 170. 175. Fisher, Caryl L.. 26. 177. Fisher. Ilarrison ll.. 187. Fisher. Margfaret A.. 192. Fisher. W. Paul. 150. Fisher. Susan L., 22. 27, 30. 150. Fishman. Jay S.. 195. Filcli. rlllinnias ll.. 100. 172. Fitclimun. Alexa S.. 66. 79. 188. Fitzgerald. james J., 119, 150. Fitzpatrick. Harry C.. 21, 90. 91. 190. 195. Fitzsinmns. Mary Ann. 31, 150. Flanigan. Robert M.. 174. Flarsheim. Donna M.. 69. 173. Flater, C1u11-lone A.. 182. Fleig. Delmrali M.. 31. 41. 43. 69. 111. 150. Fleisclnnan. Lvnn Robin. 140, 150. Fleisher. Martin M.. 190. 198. Fleisher. Steven 111.. 40. 175. Fleming. Richard D.. 35. 37. 102. 142. 150. Flesch. Linda-Gene, 34. 150. Erland. Sandra 22. 150. Erskine. Susan C., 176. Ervin. Sue. 34. 49. 69. 73. 80, 170. Erwin. Courtney A.. 100, 185. Essenpreis. Robert L.. 150. Flodinl. Paul VV.. 150. l Florsheim. Pennv A., 30. 151. Estle. Estle. Carolyn K.. 197. Susan A., 187. E11.11-1. Stoll A., 311, 37, 90. 91. 92. 93. 173 Eustis. Donnelly S.. 20, 30. 09, 169. 172. Eustis. James R., 35. 38, 86. 180. 183. Evans Evans Evans . Derek. 150. .F1-11111. J.. rss. 40. 65. 187. G1111. 174. 121.111, 111111111 L.. 21, 22. 25, 43. 67. as. 79.106. 150. 167. 511111. KC11111-11 J.. 172. Evans. Michael S.. 174. Evans. S 6011, 24.38.515-1. 184. Everilt. Lois V.. 29. 180. 186. Flowers. Barbara. 19-1. Flowers. VVi1liam D.. 151. Fogelman. Mark. 103. 198. Foley, Ellen R.. 77, 86. 183. Foley. Gilford T.. 193. Ford, Bruce C.. 195. Ford. Dinah A., 41, 56.151. Ford, Jean C.. 65, 66, 72, 197. Ford, .Ioan C.. 68. 72, 187, 188. Forgan. Glenn M.. Jr., 178. Foringer. Nancy K., 30, 33, 44. 106, 107, 180, 182. Forkosli, Jane A., 188. Forrester. Jay VV.. 27. 98, 172. Forsberg, Edward YV.. 194. Fosse. Allen C.. 66, 190. 195. Fosse, Gregg P.. 66, 185. Foster, Darlene E.. 29. 32. 67, 69. 151. Evers, Carol S.. 30. 107. 188. Ewald. Douglas A.. 180. 185. Ewen. William L.. 26. 37. 60. 76. 81. 101. 11-1. 116. 118. 174. Ewertson. Charles. 150. F Fahen. Aline S.. 106. 180. 187. Factor. Patricia A., 30. 107. 140, 150. Factor. Tlminas A.. 05. 100. 101. 195. Fagan. lilicliacl 1'.. 174. Fagan. Robert D.. 184. Fagel. Barbara E.. 182. Fagel. Fagel. Fagel. 111-1111 cz., 193. 11issz11i..f33. 198. 5111141 ig.. 22. ss. 118.150. Foster. David D.. 21, 97, 185. Foster, Diane L.. 198. Foster. Mardan J.. 22. 23, 25, 64, 69. 107, 169. 170. 173. Foster. Marjorie 22. 20. 30. 151. Foster, Susan P., 196. Foulks. Pamela J., 190, 197. Fowle, Frank F., 90. 103. 193. Fowle, Margaret D.. 21, 111. 170, 177. Fowler . Judith H., 30. 31. 32. 33. 80, 174. Fox, Barry L., 40. 59. 62, 74. 184. Fox. I-1111161 B., 92. 93. 114. 176. Fox. James.. 27. 39. 127, 170, 175. Fox. R1111e11.1.. so, 90, 91, 184. Fox. Sharon E.. 183. Fox. Susan R.. 177. iam W.. 82. 173. Eddy. Clare M.. 34. 176. Edelman. Stephen D.. 23. 53. 178 Edelstein Marcia F.. 64. 79. 197. Edmonds. lanles M.. 173. E111111111111. 1.11111 180. 187. Edwz1rds. Alida. 30. 180. 182. Edwards. Ilarlene L.. 197. Edwarcls. .lane 1'1.. 182. Edwards. 1Villiz1111. 149. 1 Lerald li.. 1-19. F1ei11f11fD.11e .1.. 79. 190. Dentscl 1. Mi1lz11'd15..,1r.. 26. 27. 85. 148. Devine. F.. Philip. 170. 175. Devrics. Susan C.. 31. 33. 179. 180. 182. D'11erckins. Edla L.. 195. Diamond. Samuel .1.. 37. 98. 149. Dilbert. Kenneth D.. 186. Diffeszlre. Sam. 41. 50. 172. Dick. Elizabeth S.. 190. 196. Dick. Laurie 29. 185. Dick. Marjorie M.. 27. 30. 31. 177. Dickey. David S.. 97. 195. Dickinson. Carn1.30. 149. Dickinson. ,1n1111 L.. 68. 74. 182. Dickinson. 1iic11ard,1.. 21. 35. 40. 65. 18 Dickrnaii. Stephen A.. 114. 149. Dieterich. Deborah. 197. Dieteritzh. Karen. 68. 180. 188. Dietrich. Tanya K.. 25. 149. Dietlricll. Lanibert ,1.. 178. Diettrieh. Mari E.. 15. 106. 196. 0. Dietz. Cheryl D., 194. l Digre. james A.. 192. 01111-C. 11111116 L.. 184. 202 Egaii. Stephen D.. 97. 194. Elirbur. A1 F.. 104. 198. Eiehcngree11..1ill. 24. 30. 149. 1fiC11e11g1'ec11. Laurie li.. 51. 149. Eiclieiigreeli. Linda. 29. 51. 187. Eicliengrccli. 1Vi11ia1n. 179. 187. Eikelbarncr. Judith 11.. 29. 176. Eisclnan. Anne R.. 34. 142. 1-19. Eisen. Rnlicrt 11.. 59. 62. 78. 174. Eiscn. Susan G.. 187. Eisenberg. Deborah E.. 29. 56. 66. 180. 182. Eisner. Peter D.. 66. 79. 184. Eldredgc. Delna F.. 29. 68. 179. 188. Eldredge. '1'11e11naF.. 68. 179. 188. Eldridge. ,Ian E.. 29. 49. 195. Eldridge. Pamela B.. 68. 188. Eliczer. Michele M.. 192. Eliezer. Norma 149. Elliott. Frank M.. 40. 78. 103. 115. 186. Elliott. .lean 106. 149. Elliott. 1Ye11dy L.. 86. 188. Ellis. Kf1111c11111..65. 115. 183. Fagenhulz. Allen S.. 63. 90. 127. 141. 150 Fagenholz. Robert B.. 90. 99. 196. 1f.111111i1-11, 11.1161-111A.. 211. 27. 107. 174. Faivre. 1Yi11iz1n1 D.. 178. lfulusco. Peter, 150. Falconer. Edith R.. 195. 1f111t1111.1-. JQ1111 172. Falls. liuverly A.. 183. Fantl. Doris L.. 186. Fargo. Peter A.. 185. 1f1111Q11. 111110 C.. 22. 67, 82, 106. 173. 1111-1-.11.1'1111-im E.. 314, 41. 49. 51. 150. Farrell. Stephen F... 145. Farrell. Tlioinas 11.. 184. Farwell. David 1... 97. 196. Fzluscli. jtmn F... 3-1. 69. 150. 1fC11-115161. M1111 K.. 117. 119. 150. Feeley. ,laniea NY.. 186. Fchr. Richard C.. 193. Feinberg. Dennia M.. 104. 150. re111i11gc1-. 1f1-11111 A.. 57. 195. Feldman. james 11.. 12. 21. 53. 150. Feldman. Larry A.. 100. 194. Fell. Beatrice. 31. 34. 150. Fell. Frzinklin D.. 90. 97. 194. Feltinan. Andrea L.. 27. 69, 169. 177. Fcnn. Nancy 21. 22. 23. 27. 82. 100. 170. 176. Fenton. Karen 11.. 185. Fentnn. Michael. 103. 115. 116. 182. Ferdman. Mark A., 38. 180. 187. Fc-rcncc. Stefanie. 190. 198. F1:1'gus011. 15111111 D.. 38. 69. 91. 115. 186. Fradin. Dennis B.. 180. 186. Fraenkel. Richard M.. 65. 183. Fragassi, Frances A.. 192. Fragassi. James .1.. 185. Fragassi, ,lnhn G.. 151. Frauden. Elise V.. 77. 187. Franden. Robert C.. 178. Frank. Artl111r,1.. 77. 194. Frank. Charles 11.. 173. F111111. 61111111111 1c..,I1.. 90, 103. 195. Frank, james S.. 25. 140. 141, 142,151. Frank, Linda E.. 33. 67. 151. Frank. Louise NI.. 110. 111. 197. Frank. Susan E.. 196. Franklin. james M.. 41. 63. 65. 66, 79, 141. 151. Franz. Fred A.. 38. 179. 185. Frascr.,1amcs1'1.. 24. 85. 174. Fraser. 11. Dennis. 39. 174. Fraser. Robert B.. 143. 151. Frazier. Gail K.. 194. Freedman. Alan H.. 115. 141.151, Freedman. Kenneth S.. 103. 189. 194. Freeman . Freeman Allen VV.. 186. 1acque1ineR 99 49 193. Freeman: James D.. 104..184. 1 Freeman. .lane E.. 72, 196. Freeman. Katherine 80. 176. Freeman. Peter B.. 175. Freeman, Thomas P.. 61. 67. 68. 76. 170, 1 . Freeman v11g11.1.1 1.., 22. 27. 34. 170, 177 Fernn. Michele L.. 29. 110. 190. 197. Fcrrczro. Sandra L.. 172. Ferris . L1111111 K.. 23. 32, 171. 176. Feswemlon. ,laniea L.. 66. 175. Fetzer. Fetzer. Albert C.. 150. Linda A.. 194. Fcner. Frances E.. 26. 106. 108. 113. 150. Feuer. Ma1'garetR.. 106, 190. 192. Field. Field. Field. Carol F.. 186. Marlin S.. 26. 172. Robert C.. 53. 150. Fieldnian. Dcnnis1'1.. 193. Fields. 11z1rbzt1'a L.. 69. 150. 1'1e1ds. Kullirvn. 63. 180. 182. Fields. Stephen. 94. 193. Figpgc. Figge. Findle liarhara li.. 31. 32. 150. Alarilyn D.. 106. 110. 192. Y. ,lzunes L.. 63. 69. 114. 150. Fine. Henri' K.. 74. 141. 150. Frenzel, Allan ,1.. 38. 39. 67. 68. 114, 151 Frenzel. M. Carol. 176. Frese. David XV.. 26, 65. 175. Freund. Thonias M.. 23. 38. 39. 114. 174. Fried. Richard P.. 77. 78. 190. 198. Friedberg. Lawrence ,1.. 65, 197. Friedherg. Michael R.. 90. 198. Friedlandcr. Richard A.. 27. 170. 176. Friedlen. Susan ,1.. 49. 109. 185. Friedman. Alan D.. 44. 74. 78. 194. Friedman Gail D., 192. Friedman. John L.. 65. 71. 74. 97. 186. Friedman. Margery L.. 196. Friedman. Paula K.. 111. 185. Friedman. Richard S.. 39. 63. 141. 151. Friedman. Sheldon R.. 183. Friedvnar1.1Villiam F., 38, 39. 175. Friedner. Marilvn. 26. 27, 151. Fine. 1.aw1'encc-I.. 77. 18-1. 1fi11.11e1g.1111111111111D.. 194. Finkel. ,ludit11E.. 73. 192. Friend. Fred R.. 186. Friesleben. Barbara L.. 197. Frissell. Carole A.. 67. 177. Frissell. Donald. 21. 94. 103. 195. r Froelieh. John 1.11. Frohtnan. Barbara S.. 109. 196. Fron. Gail D.. 175. Frost. Lillian E.. 55. 66. 108. 110. 190. 197. Fueslnnann. Michelle M.. 183. Fugard. John R.. 114. 185. Fugazzotto. Donna Jean K.. 72. 196. Fuget. Fuller. 151. Fuller. Susan. 151. jul... H.. 50. 55. 155. mi. 69. 111. Michael C.. 195. Fullerton. David S.. 103. 192. Fulton. Peggy G.. 49. 189. 190. 196. Fltretl Gail A.. 27. 32. 80. 173. G Gaarde. Janice li.. 23. 195. Gaarcle. John F.. 22. 23. 35. 38. 98. 141. 151. Gabbard. Call 1... 197. Gaber.11arley C.. 82. 127. 151. Gabcr. Susan L.. 73. 76. 111. 127. 176. Caertner. Janice L.. 27. 31. 32. 80. 176. Calc. Jamie B.. 198. Callagl ner. Joan. 200. Gallery. Maureen 1... 73. 76. 180. 183. Calli. Robert 193. Camper. Mary Jane. 196. Cane. Robert 1... 151. Cannot Garcia. 151. i. Stephen D.. 197. Kllllierillc L.. 22. 105. 113. 127. Gardiner. Frederick S.. 78. 190. 196. Gardner. John XY.. 94. 103. 192. Gardner. Nancy K.. 29. 33. 49. 190. 196. Garner. Thomas B.. 26. 27. 127. 170, 17-1. Carretson. Robert D.. 78. 192. Garrett. Nancy H.. 30. 34, 79. 106. 174. Garrett. Susan H.. 33, 79. 106. 176. Garrison. Gail F.. 107. 196. Garrison. games C., 151. Gasaway. andra J.. 41.1l1.151. Castxvirth. Loren M.. 36. 38. 69. 103. 186. Cearha ft. April A.. 182. Gebner. Ted .. 99. 194. Cecht. ,.l Laurie P.. 197. Celiinger. Kenneth L.. 175. Celir. Paula 107. 189.195 Geimuan. Gunther H.. 90. 192. Gelland. Diane M.. 182. Gelman. Andrea J.. 196, Gelvan. Dale. 49. 183. Genender. Richard M.. 151. Cepner. Susan A.. 31. 67. 69. 177. Gerber. Malcolm B.. 185. Gerber. Susan J.. 195. Cerden Gerden . Marilyn 12.. 29. 33. 177. Pamela S..111.1S0.l87. Curling. Leslie. 111. 173. Cerschefskc. Bonnie J.. 183. Gessel. Cessel. Robert ll.. 90. 94. 103. 193. YVendy M.. 172. Ciallornbardo. E. Susan. 68. 188. Giallumbardo. Mary L.. 23. 29. 79. 190. Gibson. Mary Lea. 22. 32. 34. 41. 49. 51. 151 55. Gibson Gibson Giclen. Gideon Gilbert Gilbert 167. Gilbert . Pamela B.. 186. . Patricia R.. 32. 193. Juice.. A.. isis. . Bruce E.. 69. 151. . Grace E.. 151. .,luaiu. L.. 21. 44. 126. 140. 151. . 'llerranfe E.. 183. Gilbert. Thomas L.. Jr.. 192. Cilboy. Andrew C.. 65. 185. Cillesp Gillett. Gillelt. Gillis. Gillis. Gillis. Cilrnor Cingiss. Randall J.. 26. 66. 114. 170. 17 Cinshu ic. Ceorgianna. 177. Pamela 8.. 175. Winilred A.. 196. CaryM..183. Howard. 184. Lyle C.. 39. 177. e. J. Andrew. 40. 186. rgi. Jr:-Ann 33. 177. Giuflre. Lorraine 1... 170. Giullia us. Patricia A.. 182. Glabinan. Richard 179. 185. Glaser. Ann C.. 31. 32. 33.151. Glaser. Michael S.. 20. 22. 23. 43. 53. 68. 73. 126. 142. 151. Glass. Ann K.. 151. Glassenlxerg. Linda. 06. Glasser. Kinmhcrly Y.. 22. 29. 30. 108. 193. Clazer. Frederick S.. 26. 65. 151. C1ick.1inna1d. 53. 56. 126. 141. 151. Gliekaul. Sanford. 151. Glossheryr. Mary A.. 197. Glover. Gloria J.. 33. 64. 183. Glucknian. Cathy L.. 67. 175. Gluelunan. Lee YV.. 10. 26. 27. 63. 67. ss, 142. 151. Cobcil. Christine H.. 193. Gobeil. Patricia A.. 26. 174. Coclernan. Karen J.. 176. Codshalk. Ernest L.. 63. 183. Codcmann. Nancy 1... 194. Coettler. Marney K.. 151. Goettler. Patricia M.. 194. Coettler. Paula R.. 173. Goettsehe. Roger 1... 11. 37. -14. 96. 140. 141. 151. Coll. David C.. 38. 40. 80. 184. Gold. Stuart A.. 176. 0. Goldberg. Alan M.. 86. 99. 182. Gofglgerg. Jean A.. 27. 30. 31. 34. 76. 80. Goldberg. Karen J.. 187. Goldbe Coldbe Coldbe rg. Lana R.. 33. 179. 182. rg. Larry S.. 100. 198. rg.1.xnnM..33. 188. Colden. Howard 1.. 197. Colden. 1.inda R.. 194. Coldenberg. Arline J.. 196. Goldenlyerg. Edward E.. 91. 187. Coltlenberg. Francine ll.. 66. 151. Goldman. Charlotte. 45. 66. 151. Goldman. Howard lj.. 99. 104. 183. Goldman. Judith A.. 80. 177. Goldman. Peter D.. 174. Goldsmith. Duval. P.. Jr.. 151. Goldsmith. li11enJ., 57. 170. 173. Goldstein. Alicliael 1... 41. 56. 1-11. 151. Golluli. Anne K.. 198. Cloud. Donald E.. 110. 182. Coodlriend. Norman 1... 35. 40. 18-I. Goodman. Andrea 11.. 109. 185. Goodman. liruee S.. 183. Coodlnan. Donna K.. 33. 180. 183. fioodnian. Linda K.. 173. Goodman. Robert S.. 187. Goodman. S1iaryn 30. 179. 187. czumlwi... Jul... Ii.. 26. 185. 'tanley 8.. 151. Coolish. S Coranson. Carole D.. 152. Cordley. James R.. 190. Gordon. Alan ll.. 39. -10. 152. Gordon. llruce K.. 99. 190. 195. Cordon. Donna M.. 177. Cordon. Joyce A.. 149. 196. Gordon. Nancy M.. 198. Gordon. Sharon L.. 23. 30. 33. 64. 188. Cordon. Steven Xl.. 78. 183. . Will . XX 1 " iam H.. se. iss. 189. 'illiam M.. 190. 193. l.ore.Jutilh1i.. 24. 26. 30. 140. 152. Cm. Naney J.. 22. 23. se. iso. isa. cam... Ba.-ima J.. 22, 26. 27. so. 31:34. Cordon fiordon 177 Gorman. Donald. 27. 65. 175. Gorman. Jeanette C.. 33. 184. Gorman. Nancy J.. 22. 152. Curr. Lois 192. Gorr. Marily. 190. 192. Gartner. Jon T.. 192. Gould. Edward S.. 26. 114. 115. 116. 152. Could. Fredrick C.. 24. 152. flowdy. Franklin B.. 95. 187. Guwdy. Sharon A.. 22. 31. 67. 68. 106. 152. Coynslxor. Frederick J.. 183. Grace. Robert L.. 97. 192. Grach. 15arbaraJ.. 31. 33. 34. 176. Graf. James li.. 100. 178. Graf. '1'hornas C.. 25. 68. 100. 176. Crafe. Robert C.. 26. 27. 152. Graham. Barbara H.. 31. 177. Grahani. Gilbert NV.. 100. 198. Graham. Linda C.. 29. 190. 198. Graham. Margaret E.. 195. Graham. Mary E.. 29. 44. 152. Graham. Pamela. 33. 187. Graham. Penny L.. 198. Graham. Stephen L., 181. 186. Cra1iain,W'il1iani A.. 66. 79. 190. 192. Grais. Ronald B.. 27. 39. 41. 82. 152. Gran. John 183. Cranat. Kenneth H.. 40. 104. 180. 187. Cranger. Charlotte A.. 26. 27. 69. 173. Cranstrom. Carol M.. 106. 197. Cranstroni. Nancy L.. 23. 110. 197. ranstroni. Peter. 152. ranstrom. Robert A.. 26. 27. 172. Grant. Yvillialn R.. 20. 21. 22, 119. 152. Granum. Gail L.. 66. 79. 194. Grashorn. Susan E.. 30. 31. 32. 34. 1:12. Crass. Anthony D.. 152. Crauman. Jean F.. 29. 183. Graves. Goddard C.. 115. 180. 185. Cray. John D.. 44. 09. 96. 119. 174. Greaves. Carol L.. 108. 188. Creen. Adrianne J.. 190. 196. Green. Cecily K.. 196. Qreen. Cl1ester1Y.. 35. 37. 39. 102. 116. Green. Jane E.. 32. 152. Green. Merle S.. 49. 190. 193. Green. Patricia M.. 54. 188. flreenawalt. Anne C.. 66. 127. 152. Greenberg. Barbara L.. 187. Creenberq. Brent M.. 99. 190. 193. Greene. Cliriitooln-rN1.. 152. Greene. Elizabeth H.. 196. Greene. Harmon K.. Jr.. 152. Greene. lllarsha J.. 54. 66. 193. Crecnc. Miehae18.. 94. 103. 115. 198. Greengarcl. Michael S.. 102. 175. Greenspan. Robert M.. 152. Gregg. Frederick. 192. Gregory. K. Patricia. 29. 184. Grey. Tholnaa B.. 90. 94. 103. 190. Crier. Patricia. 31. 76. 80. 152, Grier. Wlilliani M.. 78. 186. Griffith. Carol L.. 30. 67. 152. flrillitli. Joanne L.. 107. 182. Griggs. Dorothy A.. 29. 30. 32. 33. 101. 180. 182. Griggs. C. Thomas. 37. 60. 91. 93. 176. Crimmer. Margo. 152. C. C Crisaniore. Thomas L.. 95. 103. 116. 182. Grodland. Edith J.. 197. Cross. Michael B.. 23. 27. 38. 39. 104. 170. 175. Grossman. Michael S.. 38. 173. Grossman. Patricia A.. 29. 30. 196. 199. Grossman. Steve G.. 100. 189. 198. Gruber. Kathleen M.. 190. 190. Cuelic1i.RobertV.. 90. 91. 190. 194. Cnelirli. Susan 21. 23. 30. 31. 32. 67. 177. Guest. C. Roger. 65. 78. 186. Cuettler. Sandra M.. 183. Cullickson. Richard H.. 152. Gumhiner. Kenneth 198. Krlundlacli. Cynthia B.. 22. 23. 26. 66. 152 Guntllaeh. Karen H.. 29. 30. 31. 106. 180. 182. Curley. Robert ll.. 192. CuthauS. Patricia A.. 180. Gntsehe. Glenn 64. 104. 193. flnttman. Melinda. 49. 52. 60. 63. 76. 172 Guzofsky. Jay A.. 183. Gwinn. Judith A.. 190. 196. H llaas. Carol. 30. 152. Haddon. Suzanne D.. 34. 1521. llaclley. Suwan M.. 190. 195. Hagenah. Holly. 30. 44. 69. 106. 107. lal 1i..ge..a1.. 1Yi1liam J.. 39. 90. 91. 173. llaigcity. Mary O.. 30. 34. 152. Hague. Peter J.. 198. Haight. Stephen H.. 115. 195. Hainies. llarlan YY.. 195. llaines. Stacy A.. 39. 177. Hair. Elizabeth. 31. 66. 109. 177. Hair. Kutlleritlu. 31. 65. 72. 70. 172. Hnlaska. Charles. 170. 172. llalirlrw. f1aro1 30. 79. 1lI. 173. llall. David W.. 152. Hall. llilary 195. Hall. James B.. 64. 91. 93. 152. Ha11.Je11reyK.. 7s. mrs. 179. 1s7. 1-1a11.Maj.J..90.9I.115. llall. Rowland L.. 137. Hall. Slatlen. 194. Hallhelg. A. Elizabeth. 33. 187. Halliday. Roberta M.. 113. 177. llalluin. Peggy S.. 23. 31. 33. 170. llalperin. lliuee ll.. 182. l'lalperin. Edward A.. 172. Halroxsen. Barbara li.. 177. l'1ani1iout'gel'. 1lobertXl..66. 170. 173. Hamilton. Grant. 12. 50. 187. Hamilton. Jeryl L.. 66. 72. 152. Hamilton. Marv S.. 190. 197. Hampton. Penelope L.. 25. 26. 143. 152. Handler. Douglas M.. 53. 63. 141. 152. 'r. Robert P., 194. llandle . Hanlun. Richard. 183. Hanna. Jacqueline li.. 49. 180. 182. Hanna. Joy E.. 195. Hansen, Fred O.. 192. Hanson. Judith R.. 27, 152. Hanson. Milton O.. 194. Hanson. Ruth E.. 51. 152. Hapke. Evelyn. 69. 177. Hapke. Peter. 182. Happ. Deborah S., 29. 30. 33. 60. 152. llapp. Regina L.. 20, 22. 152. Hardin. Pamela .1-. 27. 67. 176. Harding. Jellry YV.. 69. 186. Hardt. Russell S.. 26. 27. 101. 174. llardy. Sue E.. 197. l'1aring.NancyM.. 66. 106. 107. 109. 152. Harms. Katherine. 61. 186. Harms. Mark ll.. 193. Harper, George A.. 40. 08. 100. 185. Harper, 11. Mitchell. 33. 185. llzargpsr. Margaret A.. 66. 79. 106. 111. Harper. Robert H.. 91. 186. Harrali. Elizabeth 33. 73. 79. 184. Harrah. 1Vi11iam C.. 64, 97. 195. Harrer. Carl L.. Jr.. 22, 152. Harrington. Donna Jo. 31. 50. 80. 106. 170. 177. Harrington. Henry' R.. 21. 127. 170. 178. Harris. Bradley 99. 194. Harris. Joan B.. 30. 180. 183. Harris. Kathleen A.. 194. Harris. LeRoy F.. 182. Harrison. Lucy ff. 194. llarrisou. Sarah D.. 33. 196. llarroun. Robert. 22. 26. 152. Harsha. Janet A.. 193. Hart. lames M.. 152. Hart. Lorine 1... 69. 177. Hart. Sally J.. 190. 198. I1art1ie1tl.De1t1m P.. 68. l0'i. 185. Hartman. Debra 1... 31. 172. Hargniann. Caroline. 60. 63. 00. 76. 79. 1. f.. llzutmann. lleheeea. 190. 193. Hartwick. Nancy Cf.. Ill. 34. 153. Hartzog. Ira li.. 75. 77. 184. Harvey. Elizabeth. 60. 141. 142. 153. Harwood. 'l'ilnolhy M.. 104. 192. llasenluerg. Laurence 176. Haserot. Nicole N.. 45. 197. Haskell. Charles L.. 24. 37. 141. 153. Haskell. Louise YV.. 196. llaspray. Robert lf.. 183. Ilassc. Arthur P.. 68. 78. 184. Hassel. Cherry li.. 185. Hastie. John H.. 174. Hasty. Kerry L.. 109. 185. Hatcher. Robert A.. 68. 91. 186. Hathaway. David L.. 85. 98. 153. llattis. George M.. 27. 118. 174. llaulner. John C.. 57. 79. 174. 1-langsness. James R.. 26. 37. 82. 91. 175. llauier. John C.. 153. llmismimi. E...-1 '12. 25. 24. rss. 143. 153. llauscrinan. Marcia C.. 27. 34. 107. 177. Havel. Bernard VV.. 26. 153. Hawkins. Philip R.. 186. llawkinson. Charles A.. 39. 85. 175. llawkinson. Gayle A.. 69. 187. llawley. Diana ll.. 67. 172. Hayes. Scott li.. 77. 78. 198. Hayskar. Bonnie J.. 29. 30. 197. Hayskar. Robert A.. 48. 153. Healy. Diana M.. 22. 34. 142. 153. Heaton. Constance Lu. 31. 32. 69. 73. 80. 153. Heaton. Donald 180. Hecht. Prieilla M.. 66. 179. 180. 183. lleekinger. John D.. 22. 66. 82. 153. Hedberg. Karen 29. 68. 153. Hedges. Donirlai C.. 75. 77. 78. 197. Hediger. Cary li.. 114. 176. Hedluncl. Gerald A.. 153. lledrtrom. George NV.. 45. 194. Helter. Patricia 186. Heggie. Jane 1-l.. 29. 30. 180. 188. Heirlbrink. Joan E.. 34. 45. 153. lfleidbrink. John 20. 21. 22. 23. 25. 27. 37. 38. 82. 90. 91.118, 141. 153. Heileniann. David A.. 27. 39. 40. 174. Heilexnann. Richard F.. 97. 195. Heims.Nea1C.. 55. 198. Heineken. ivilliatn M.. 24. 26. 27. 153. Heinmiller. Donald K.. 198. lrleinmiller. Marilyn. 33. 79. 173. Heitnian. Cheryl L.. 30. 31. 34. 44. 106. 107. 113. 172. lleitrnan. Christopher. 39. 153. Heitnian. Joanne C.. 21. 29. 153. 185. Hellmunrl. Diane M.. 33. 194. Helms. Cristal M.. 80. 153. Hempatcad. llannah, 192. llempstead. 'l'homas A., 174. llenderson. Richard YV.. 77. 187. 1'1enderson. Schuyler K., 38. 86, 95. 180. 185. Henderson. YVi1liam J.. Jr.. 30. 37. 38. 81.82.90.91. 153. llendrey. Thomas D.. 97. 194. Henkel. David K.. 65. 90. 91. 194. Henn. Frank C.. 65. 66. 174. Henn. Patricia A.. 106. Ill. 185. Henning. Lois E.. 41. 56. 153. llenningsen. Lisa. 153. Henricli. Patricia L.. 32. 180. 186. Henrieh. Sally J.. 34. 80. 106. 153. Henricks. Barbara C.. 177. llenriksun. Sharon M.. 176. llenry. Patricia A.. 193. Herhenar. Laurel A.. 22. 50. 68. 79. 106. 113. 185. Herbst. Jeannette E.. 30. 106. 195. llerhold. Patricia A.. 108. 113. 187. Hernandez. Elena M.. 106. 112. 183. Herron. Barbara 31. 34. 80. 153. Herron. James R.. 194. Hershinow. Aaron. 116. 118. 119. 174. Herslnnan. Janet N.. 32. 153. Herst. Laura A.. 22. 23. 30. 180, 184. Hervey. Robert D.. 195. Herr. Margaret A.. 30. 31. 32, 60.65. 66, 76, 79. 153. Hetcnyi. Nancy 153. llettler. Deborah. 153. Heydriek. Stanley A.. 172. Hicks. James R.. Jr.. 73. 11S.153. 186. Hicks. John E.. 21. 22. 90.91. 184. Hicks. Judith L.. 77. 78. 192. Higgins, Nanev D.. 197. Higgins. Pamela A.. 30. 31. 113. 153. Hildebrandt, Martha F.. 33. 183. Hill. Andrea B., 22. 26. 142. 153. Hill. Margaret D.. 79. 196. 11111. Michael A., 175. Hillman. Peggy A.. 30. 65. 73. 79. 177. Hillncr. Martha J.. 30. 32. 179. 182. Hinlcle. H llinkle. S Hirsch. Donna 13.. 187. . 1 '. E . Lawrence. 103. 186. usanne lf.. 34. 106, 153. Hirl R lellrie. 33. 72, 76, 183. Hixon Christopher B.. 37. 69. 89. 175. Hodge Brian NV.. 90. 192. Hodge Martha L.. 30. 34. 69. 113. 174. Hoeber. Christopher F.. 64. 75. 196. Hoeggi. lizabeth J.. 22. 67. 68. 79. 126 1 . lloel. Amirw- L., ss. 185. lloerner. John M.. 26. 40. 69. 119. 174. Holllnan. Alan D.. 25. 170. 172. Hoffman, Betty L., 172. Hoffman. Jerry A.. 184. Hoffman. Leonard D.. 198. Hellman. Nancy L.. 30. 79. 180. 187. Hellman. Ronald C.. 38. 40. 187. Hollman. William WY.. 78. 197. llollsted. John L.. 153. Ilogzm, ,lack D., rss. 115. 1315. llokin. Linda 32. 153. lloldredge. Richard E.. 35. 69. 86. 186. Holland. J. Christopher. 14. 50. 141. 153 l1o11am1.Jonatl1an P.. 44. 69. 97. 180. 186. llollander. Helene 79. 192. Hollander. James ll.. 195. Hollander. Joseph H.. 37. 38. 104. 153. Plfallantler. llicliard D.. 24. 26. 114. 115. 1.1. Holliday. Gail P.. 67. 153. Holmes..1ames B.. 37. 93. 102. 153. Holmes. Lowell R.. 178. llolnigren. Robert 187. llolslnan. llarry ll.. 183. llolstead. Jon. 197. lloinlxerger. Kathleen L.. 153. Honaker. Anne H.. 25. 176. Hoohler. John 1... 184. 1'1o0ker. John ff.. 100. 184. Hopkins. l1aro1rlY.. 195. Horn. Douglas 77. 103. 115. 198. Hornbrook. Carol L.. 196. 1-lornbrook. Robert A.. 183. Horne. Diane 173. llorner. 110115 A.. 153. Horrell. Diane T.. 27. 34. 153. Horton. Norma A.. 173. Horwitz. Nancy. 23. 188. Horwitz. Steven M.. 64. 90. 91. 192. llunrk. James Dean. 153. Hosking. Paula L.. 64. 107. 193. Honlihan. Kathleen A.. 106. 177. Hovel. Linda L.. 29. 190. 194. Howard. Diane M.. 26. 154. lloward. John F.. 175. 1'1oward. Meribeth. 30. 33. 68. 183. Howard. Michael R.. 185. Howard. Quin E.. 27.31.11-1. 69. 172. Howe, James R.. 20. 22. 23. 73. 118. 126 140.1-11. 143. 154. Howell. Nancy E.. 32. 184. Iluwell. Patricia K.. 66. 197. Hoyt. Catherine 30. 198. Hoyt. Penny S.. 33. 197. Hoyt. Phyllis L.. 23. 107. 190. 194. 203 Hoza. Philip J.. Jr.. 38. 82, 154. Hrudka. S. Kathee. 26. 34, 173. Hubbard, Robin 197. Hullhell. Jellrey K.. 78. 193. Huehsch, Jay V.. 21. 23. 61.101,184. Hughes, Barbara L.. 187. Hughes, YV. Franklin. 111. 154. 1'111g11ey.T11on1as M.. 21, 23. 61, 65. 1515, 76,79,127.169. 170. 172. Huguenor, Robert L.. 177. Hugncnor. Thomas M.. 90, 91, 198. llull, Eileen M.. 172. H111sh. Steven I... 185. Hultinan. Nathalie A.. 23. 33. 86, 185. Hunnnel, 1ii1.'hart1K.. 90, 193. Hummel. Susan L.. 176. Hunter. Douglas R.. 90. 91, 190, 193. Hunter. John 11., 90. 101. 180. 183. 1'11111tc1'. Stephen. 196. Huntington. Judy L.. 29. 33, 72. 186. Huntington. Mary A.. 154. 1'1nrL1, Bzlrhnra NY.. 33. 185. Hurforrl. Diane J.. 194. I J 1111.-icy. 11.11-1,414.1 J.. 22. 34. 127. 142. 154 V Hnrtt, William L.. 23. 24. 3.2. 93. 17-1. Husteacl. Cindy KI.. 22. 23. 194. Huston, Craigie. 29, 30. 31. 69. 172. Jonas, George S.. 174. Jones. Anne L., 198. Jones. ljarhara L.. 197. Jones. David C.. 186. Jones, Dewitt L., 111, 20. 70, 141. 142, 154. Jones. Donald J.. 97. 198. Jones. 1i1izahet11A.. 33. 187. Jones. Gai1P.. 49. 69. 186. Jones. George B.. 64. 176. Jfmeg, flea.-ge D.. 69. 97. iso. 1815. Jones. Cwentlolin, 22. 23. 188. Jones. Jeanine. 174. Jones. Jutlith. 182. Jones. Kathleen 68. 183. Jones. Marilyn. 195. Jones. Milton A.. 67. 154. Jones. Russell 97, 183. Jon... s111af11Q.. 44. 115. 96. 175. Jtmes.ivailarew..26.37.s9.-14. 90. 101 140. 154. Jones. 1Vi1liam NV.. 26. 27, 35, 45. 154. Jorclau, 11e1e11 11.. 193. Jortlan, Sar1111a1111. 50. 177. Jo1'gensen.Ji1lll1nry. 80, 154. Jorgensen. Suzanne l11.. 192. Jorgensen. Margaret l'.. 154. Kettcr. James 99. 182. Kit1t1.1'atriria K.. 29. 51. 187. 141.131, Da1eA.. 11.37.41-1.96, 140. 142, 155. Kie1er.Jaek K.. 44. 96. 97. 185. Larnhevt. Carol 1... 67. 155. Lalnhert. lioheit 166. Lannners. Lynne D., 22, 30. 44. 60. 76, 155, 168. Kimball. llarhzira 11.. 27. 30. 32. 69, 77, 172 79. 106, 109. Kintltetl. Keith lpelul. 25. 155. Kintlrezl. Stella lSusiel. 79. 196. King. Betty J.. 486. 193 King. Clarissa 1 ., King. 1141.1-1.11.1 J.. 174. King. Kenneth 11., 175. King. Mary-Claire. Kinghorn. Morgan 195. 65. 75.79.180.185. Charles. 64. 78. 79. Kinnairrl, Susan 11.. 29, 190. 197. Kinzie. Mary L.. 155. Kipley. Da1idC.. 39. 176. Kipp. john .. 45, 185. J K11'hy.C1f11'e,30.33. 106. 187. Kirhy. Kate 1'..30.33. 180. 185. Kirc1111ei1ue1', john Kirlalanrl. Anna L. Kirlalantl. 1Yeymo11 126. 155. E.. 39, 80.155. . 190. 194. 111. Jr.. 36. 37. 89, 90. Ki rnian. Antlrea li., 30. -19. 72. 190, 196. Kahn.'J1unes L., 65. 186. llntcht-son. '1'hornas A.. 25. 38. 96, 116. Joseph. Lauren L.. 194. Kirr. Joh11 G.. 186. llutchinsou. Barrie Xl.. 73. 166. Hutchinson. Jan. 21. 22. 23. 29, 30, 185. Hutrhiiison. Jennifer. 68. 173. Hlllvliillsoii. Jnr1ith,30,1i8. 79. 106. 154 11utt'hison.1Jry1ie 118. 154. 1'1uwen, Marcia A.. 64. 65. 185. llylnen. Allen 186. Hynes. Carol. 64. 187. Hynes, Hynes, Katherine A.. 33. 183. l7ra111'es A., 22. 23. 26. 154. I Idler. 1Yi11ia1n1Y.. 78. 175. 1- lnce. j ames l'.. 64. 19.1. lllgersoll. G:-1ilA.. 30. 189. 190. 192. Ingersoll. Jalnes 11.. 66. 77. 101. 195. Kapsteln. joan lf., 170, 176. Ingersoll. Jean 21. 22. 30. 32. 106. 108. 109, 188. lnnis. Donna S.. 22. 27. 32. 69. 140. 154 167 Isaacs. Leonard j.. 37. 67. 68. 81. 100. 1-10. 142. 154. Isaacson. Donna 177. lsgrig. 1'1rent 93. 182. Isgrig. 14.11.11 N.. 28. 29. 79. 1412. 154. 110. Teisnlce. 67, 08. 73. 15-I. lzen, Sharon F., 172. J Jahlo. Slev1:11A.. 40. 115, 185. Jachyin, Jacqueline A.. 30. 197. Jaehym. James C.. 44. 97. 185. Jackman. joel K.. 97. 198. Jackson. Jenifer C.. 196. Jackson. Robert 185. Jacob, Elizabeth A.. 29. 192. Jacoh, lllarion E.. 170. 176. Jaroh, 1'atriv.'ia li.. 185. Jacgvs, Martie N.. 30. 32, 69, 107. 180. 1 2. Jacobs. Robert K.. 22. 154. Jacobs, Steven H.. 198. Joseph. Laurence K.. 30, 154. Joseph. Stuart A.. 173. Josly n. Josly n. .105p51': JM1111. 11., 172. Susan E.. 182. joan S.. 154. Jutlelson. liurhara F.. 30, 17-1. Jnngc. Susan j.. 194. K Kaehler. Deborah j.. 184. Ka1'1en1 Kagan. Kahan. merger. 1Yilfriet1E.,39. 90. 175. Arvin. 193. .'1nt1rexv 183. Knhler. Katheiiue N., 30. 61, 66, 76. 79 187 180. Kahn, Nancy 1... 67. 69, 173. Kn11n.Rohertfl.. 27. 154. Kahn. Sallyjeannc. 33. 49, 188. Ka111'. Donna L.. 154. Kaiser. Kalish. Kalli. 1 Stephen K.. 100. 115. 194. l11it'hat'l S.. 26. 38, 61. 173. 13.11.11-4 J.. IS7. Kittner, Kathy B.. 195. Killner. Richarfl H., 177. K1:1ss.E11en 'r., 115, 190, 194. Klass. Michael, 79. 141. 155. Klanlze, Bonita L.. 69. 17-1. Klanser. Cliristopher 197. Klee. Hou'arc111'.. 180. 186. Klein. Carol 111. 182. Klein. John A., 44. 97. 104. 180. 184. K1ein.Juc1ilh A.. 23. 25. 33. 61. 106. 175 Klein. Lori M.. 53. 76. 172. Klein. Marla 11.. 415. 1811. 1 Klein . 1iic11arclC.. .20. 192. Kleinfe1r1.l7e11is A.. 97. 1817. Kline. Patricia. 155. Kling. Rohr-rtV1'., 49. 55. 185. Klingeman. Paul M., 184. Lamson. R. 11':1c1e. 26, 27, 79, 114, 141, 155 1- Lanclon. Caro1ynR..31. .11. 180, 182. Lang. John '1'.. 189, 190. 195. Lung. 111. Penny. 26. 30. 80. 155. Lang, Sleplujn, 186. Lang. 111111an1 j.. 155. Lariga, sr-1.11 L., 155. 66, 78, 79. 194. 1.an5en1Jacl1. Davitl H.. 38. 48. 102. 116, 1.15. Langforfl. Bonnie 11., 20. 22. 30, 31. 109, 155. 1.a11g1'o1'L1. Gerzlltli11e1'1.. 20. 22. 67, 177. Larinee. Donaltl H.. 27, 155. Larniee, Kevin j.. 195. Larson, Allen 69. 155. Larson. Donna M.. 155. Larson, llarvcy K.. 192. Larson. Ronald R.. 198. Laser, Stephen A., 115. 194. Lam.-, Jtfrfi-cy lt.. 75. 77. 190. 194. Laskay. Cynthia A., 188. Lz1skar.Jay 19.39, 143. 155. 1.z1sky1 Raoul N.. l16.174. Laslcy. Shelrlon S., 90, 103, 193. laistzar. Yiclti A., 29, 32, 33, 180. 181, L....'1,1.lf1.. 11011.11 11., 177. Lauer. Jenuiler. 30, 32, 190, 19-1. Laulier, Thomas M., 40. 49. 51. 52. 115, 187. Lavi 11 . liohert M.. 37, 96. 155. Lawrence. llarhara, 33. 194. La1vre111'e. Lester. 37, 98. 119. 141, 155. Lan renee. Pamela j.. 49, 51. 156. 1.nw1'1'm'c. Sharon L.. 29. 32. 156. Liiznr. Jcllrey. 114. 115. ITS. r l.azea1'. 1Val1e1'17.. 63. 66. 186. Lazzara. Steven li., 86. 95. 180. 187. Leahy. Lea h y . Gcr:1111R.. 85, 172. XVi1lia1n1l.. 20, 26, 39. 117. rss, Kallick. DaviL1A..38,66. 101. 115, 18-1 Kaxnenear. Ber11are1S.. 40. 185. Kainenenr. Elliot 15.. 198. Kanunrrer, Joyce li.. 33. 194. Kannnerer. Lintla L.. 45. 172. Kxunrnerer, Margie A.. 31. 177. Kainmerer, Phyllis K.. 29. 33, 189. 196. Kamona. Edward A.. 169. Kane, 11arry 99, 192. Kane, Je111'ey1Y.. 6. 24. 27, 50. 154. Kaplan, Bruce. 193. 19-1. Kaplan Kaplan Kaplan .David J., ss. 40, 62, ss, 15-1, .Jank1... 186. . Kalman ll.. 69. 184. Karger, liieharcl F.. 90. 101. Kloepfer, Nlargaret j.. 196. Knnuer, 1Va1'1'cn. 74. 195. Knapp. lioherl 11.. 115. 175. Knight. Jane E.. 29. 69. 80. 170. 175. Knight. Stanley Cl., 21. 99. 195. Knohcl. 1'r1u1R., 197. Knorhel. Cfhervl 15.. 185. Knorhel. Gai11Va!ts. 29.33.61 68. 155. Knoehher. Robert E.. 69. 116. 182. Knott. Sy11iz1L.,29. 30. 66, 182. Knowlton. Exa Nl.. 33. 79, 107. 190. 197 Koch. lilsie nl.. -15. 174. Ko1h.1'11y1lis K..-19.67. 68. 79.175-. Koepp. Randall P., 155. Kohn. Kathleen. 195. Kohn, llirhaicl M., 175. Kolb, Totltl. 192. Konigslortl. Barry. 50. 155. Kopel. Roberta L.. 30. 106. 187. Ko1'11.J51llC. 22. 23. 30, 32. 106. 180. 187 Kosicli. 1'1a1'ha1'a .-X., 107. Korman, Susan 183. Koss. 1Sarl.za1'n E.. 33. 184. 126. 127. 174. Lealnziu. llrttct' Y.. 97, 103. 192. Leavitt. Susan hl.. 31. 82. 1-10. 156. Leher. Stewart 170. 174. 1.e1vin. Gin-1. ms. Lerhner. 1.awre111'e li., 96. 175. Lee. Judith lf.. 198. Lee. Mary L.. 33. 156. Lee. Susan F.. 156. Leetly. Ruth A.. 79. 197. 1..1.1.1.11., 11.11. 26, 27, 30. 59. 69. 170, 174. Lehman. James D.. 195. Leipzig. '1'ho1n:1s A.. 114. 156. Lug..-11. Gregory 11., 194. Letsner. 1'eter11.. 186. Leitner. Keith R.. 26. 27. 175. Lelener anM. 26.27 '50 9. 170. 176 - .1 1 , - 2 - - 5 1.eMasters, Susan G.. 196. Leinhlce. Jnrja M.. 193. Lchlire. Tliolnas j.. 156. 1.eMire.1Yillia1n F.. 114. 115. 187. Leiilestey. Carol A.. 196. Km. 1-111.1-,V J.. '175. Lenfeslev. William R.. 79. 94. 194. Jaekel. Jacohsohn. liivhartl. 26. 104. 114. 174. Jacobson. Llllyn R.. 69. 154. Jacobson. Mary 26. 27. 67. 68. 80. 194. Jacobson, Michael K.. 154. Jacobson. Murray S.. 40. 114. 175. Jacobson, Paul L.. 198. Jacobson. Robert S.. 21. 23. 68. 180. 185 Helen F.. 30. 182. V V Kar1cn.AnnC., 65. 80. 113, 177. Karleu. John R.. 69. 93. 154. Karralaer. Jenn E., 198. Karslake. Katherine A.. 76. 105. 158. Karstenson. Susan L.. 192. Kart, Judith A., 77. 192. Kart. Karen H., 185. Karwmrslli, Cyrylla. 154. Karxvowslzi. Sylvia C.. 172. Kassen. Frank J.. 37. 67. 68, 98. 154. Katz. Judith A., 182. Koss. Susan S.. 76. 155. Kossow. Elizabeth, 197. 141.51111-1.. 1101...-1.1 R., 190, 193. Koller. Linda. 49, 69. 184. Kozoll. liichard L.. 78. 114. 115. 172. Kmg11.J.1mw1f.. 27.37. 512. 155. 167. Kragh. Juclilh K., 196. Kru111.1Vil1ia1n F.. 65. 97. 190. 193. Kramer. Robin R.. 196. Krass, Dorothy. 155. Krause. Joanne L.. 183. Kreer. Daniel 1'.. 97. 101. 193. rr- Lenon. 11chorah1'1.. 79. 1,9-1. Leonlxartl. Louise C.. 27, 177. Lepinan. Nancy 185. Lerseh. Nancy j.. 183. Lcrsch, Shirley A., 33, 72. 76, 182. Leslie. 11arhara E., 30, 180, 184. Leslie. Donna K., 26. 3-1. 72. 80. 156. Lesuor. Gail R.. 197. Less, james S.. 174. Leisggger, R. Louise. 53. 61. 76, 127, 170 Lev. James 11.. 115. 186. 18. Jallc. Marv-Sue. 73. 195. Kaulginn, Christopher L.. 40, 100, 101, I8 5. K.-ego, 1.....-...1... J.. ...L 187. Levin. William L.. 64. 104. 192. Jaman. Robert 11.. iss. James, Frederick L.. 38. 68. 115. 187. James, Jewell D.. 154. james. Margaret. 30. 80. 154. Janin, Peter 11.. 192. Janin, Robert 1.. 45. 172. l ayiwhg. Carol M., 57. 73, 76. 127. 170, Javore. james S., 67, 68. 70. 176. Jennings, Bonnie L.. 32, 154. Kaufniau. Dana M.. 79. 198. Kaufman. Jack 11.. 86. 180, 186. Kaufman. Jael: C., 155. Kaup, Robert S., 183. Kaylin. Michelle lf., 66. 190. 193. Kayggr. Sheila. 22. 23. 26, 27, 30, 34. 1 . Keane. Jan E., 29, 30. 188. Kearney, Gregory J.. 196. Kearney. NVi1lian1 J., 172. Kreger, Leon A.. Jr.. 35. 85. 155. Kremer. John R., 86, 95, 103. 185. Kresin, A. Avis, 49, 195. Krez, Daniel L., 35. 69. 98. 155. Kriesant. Davitl 11.. 155. Kritchever. Katlierine 155. Krone. Pau1aJ.. 30. 65. 190. 197. Kronholni. Jovee 66. , , 177. Krueger, f:1..-1.10p1.c1- 1... 17:1 Levenfeltl. 1Vayne A., 78. 192. Leverni cr, Nancy A.. 193. Levernicr. James C.. Jr., 156. 1.ev111.CaroIA., 23. so. 190, 195. Levin. Carol 54. 65. 66,71. 111. 193. Levin. llary-ey B.. 56. 156. ' ' Levin. Judith A.. 67. 68. 156. Levin, Klichnel B., 141. 156. 1.1-vin. Susan 11.. 26. 29. 156. 183. Lewi tz. Jennings, John E.. 37. 39. 82. 154. Jennings, Susan li.. 192. Jennings. William S.. 90. 198. Jensen. Cheryl. 174. Jensen, John H.. 172. Jensen. Karen. 154. lensen, Santlra L.. 154. Jensen. Sheritlau K.. 185. ohnsen, Judith R., 173. ohnsen. Mary F.. 30. 106, 197. Johnsen, Wayne C.. 35. 115. 184. Johnson. Constance L.. 33, 187. Johnson, Craig NV.. 186. Johnson, Cynthia A.. 179. 180. 181. 184. Johnson,11anie1C.. 64. 65. 90, 91. 195. Johnson, James K.. 39, 175. Johnson. Jerrv 1V.. 45. 172. Johnson. Joyce C., 29, 196. Johnson, Keith YV.. 78, 197. Johnson, lilargaret A., 183. Johnson, Mary E.. 69. 154. Johnson. Peggy L.. 176. Johnson. Penelopc,1.. 26. 29. 33. 154. Keck Laura E 196 Keck liobcrti 3 '57 341 44. 96. 155 r- Kealing. Arthur E.. 101. 173. I 1 if . 5.f 1 Keefe, 1'1on'arcl111.. 90, 113. Keil. 'eter. 90, 195. Keitel. 1101JertS., 99. 186. Keith. Ceorgena K.. 27. 30, 31. 173. Kci111.1.inc1:1H.. 49. 198. Keith. Sally C.. 30. 31. 33, 69. 179. 180 185. Kelleher. Lintla M.. 65. 68. 187. Keller. Frederick 39. 175. Keller. Regula M.. 63. 64, 194. Kelley. Jane C.. 86, 187. Kelley. Virginia A., 34. 155. Kelloek. James. Jr.. 26, 102. 140, 155. Kelly. Dianne. 196. Kelly. Helen C., 105. 193. Kelly, Karen. 80. 155. Kelly, Kathleen P.. 183. Kelly. Maureen 17.. 155. Kelly. Sheila A.. 30. 33, 106. 155. Kelner. Susan, 195. Kruge1',JanC..23.30.33. 111. iso. 182. Kruger. 1Vi1lia1u YY., 22. 23. 37. 38, 82. 98. 177. K rugma n , Roberta J.. 192. Kurera. Henry C., 183. Kurcra. James 11'.. 65. 155. K111'1:ra. John 65, 115. 183. Kueh. Cameron T.. 188. Kutlcllio. Robert M.. 115. 185. Kuehnle. Christopl Kuh. Charlotte V.. 1erC..'85. 175. 23. 30. 34. G1. 63. 73. 74. 76. 127. 170.172, Kuhn. Evelyn U.. 69, 177. Kuhnert. David, V1 55. 141111.11-.11. Slllelft 11.. 25. 29. 67. 172. 14..p1..11. 11.111111 J.. so. 49. 73. iss. Kurtz. James V..i9 0, 103, 195. Knrz. Rogcrff., 36, 37, 82. 102. 173. K11lri?i.S11sanJ., 24. 26, 30. 44, 107. 1159, 1. Kushner. llnrton 22. 53. 170. 175. Kyman, Lawrence J., 39, 173. Kynoeh, Terry, 183. Levi ne. Levine. Ernest S.. 39. 66, 96, 175. Susan. 33. 183. LeVine, Syina E., 198. Levinson. 1'1owart1 B., 26, 178. 1.ev1.1.011.L.111m.J.,22,23,32. 107. 183 Levinson. Margo E., 183. V Levinson, Susan, 31, 32. 63. 156. Levitt, 111011.11-f1 ,1.,fs9. 175.' I..-11,-. narhai-4 L., 27.30, 106, 156. Levy. Burt S.. 15. 198. Levy,Juclitl1 L., 31, 32, 33, 106, 177, 190. Lewis. Alan C.. 192. Lewis. Alice Nl.. 29. 33. 173. Lewis. Boyd H., 86, 186. Lewis. Laurie A., 190, 198. Lewis. Lisa L., 66. 198. Lewis. 51. Suzanne, 106, 109, 156. 141.114, Naney cz., 156. Lewis. Nancy L.. 197. Lewis, Ralph J.. 156. Lewis. Robert 11.. 99, 190. 194, George. 184. I Jolmso n, Quentin C.. 90. 103. 194. Johnson, llancli E.. 21. 196. Johnson, llicliard F.. 24. 26. 82. 102. 118. 174. Johnson, Roy A.. 90. 9-1. 193. Johnson. Suzanne. 30. 69. 180. 182. Johnson, '1'11on1as V.. 65. 184. Johnso J ohnso n, Tliolnas 111, 86. 103, 183. n. Yvonne K.. 196. Johnston. Carol 1... 182. Johnston, 11. Stuart. 38. -10. 95. 186. Johnston. lleather A.. 26, 32. 154, 182. 204 Kenna, Ethvartl 1... 184. Kennedy. Mary lf.. 176. Kennetly. Michael S.. 97. 198. Kenneclv, Sharon D.. 198. Kent. Barbara A.. 197. Kent. l"o11y J., 21. 155. Kern. Deli. 183. Kessel. 1'1arriel A.. 30. 183. Kessler. Lawrence 1V.. 68. 86, 185. Kessler, Mary K.. 185. Ketola. Kerry J.. 17-1. Ketola, Kirnherly 11.. 49. GS. 182. L Labaclie. Mare A., 75. 190, 196. Lahhe. Peter L.. 198. Lahhe, Sharon L.. 33. 185. Lallerty. John, 103, 184. Lalranienta. Robert D.. 114. 155. Lage, Martha A.. 19-1. Lager. Susan J.. 25. 27. 30, 69, 172. Lairllaw. John L.. 90. 193. Lakin. Carry A.. 61, 180. 186. Lanihart. Karen H., 29. 08, 170, 176. Leylnaster. Mark 11., 75, 78. 190, 197. Li1sit,JeI11-ey-M., 38. 53. 78, 180. 185. Liclitman. Burton K.. 44. 63, 65, 74, 177 Lieberman. Marsha A.. 22, 30, 156. Liebert. Frank 13... 156. Liehcrt. Mary 17.. 195. Lielnnan, Eleanor F., 32, 69. 106, 111, 174. Lien. Alvin '1'., 156. Lilshitz. llowarzl V.. 180. 184. Lifton. Haze1M.. 190, 196. Light., Cheryl B.. 182. Lightner. Marilyn C.. 30. 73. 189. 190. 194. Lilicnhrzim. lrene S.. 197. Lillibridge. Cheryl L.. 17-1. Lindauer. Roger S.. 185. Lindberg. Linrlhlom Lindblom Nancy. 22. 23. 30. 156. . Herbert L.. 156. . John A.. 175. Lindhlom. fhumas 1... 186. Lindholm. Sue C.. 173. ,- Link. Susan 30. 72. 191. Linster. Carol A.. 177. Lipp. judy I.. 33. 156. Lipson, Joann. 190. 197. Liss. Fredrica. 22. 156. Linen. F. Chapin. 79. 97. 193. Little. Stephen ll.. 68. 186. Lloyd. Christopher. 192. y L0e111er.Ro1JerlH.. 59. 60. 62. 141. 156. Loewenherz. Charlotte. -19. 106. 169. 173. Loewenherz. Susan KI., 51. 193. Logan. Gail E.. 177. Loman. 1Yilliam 111.. 156. Long. Pamela H.. 41. 49. 56. 156. Long. Patrick li.. 22. 23. 37. 98. 156. Long. Robert M.. 77. 90. 196. Long. Rabi.. K.. 77. 190. 197. Loos. Gary C.. 69. 93. 156. Loos. Linda L.. 197. Loos. '1'imoi1iyC.. 65. 9-1. 190. 19-1. Loose. Marcia J.. 21. 33. 187. Loper. Charles D.. 40. 99. 186. Loper. Roller! O.. 35. 38. 74. 178. Lnrcl. Carol V.. 198. Lordahl. Arnold E.. 93. 172. Lordahl. Krvstan R.. 34. 156. Lordahl. var E.. 193. ' Lutz. Susan. 192. Loundy. A1osephC.. 50. 96. 156. Lowe. Marilyn C.. 69. 80. 177. Lower. Beth R.. 106. 196. Lowry. Katherine l'1.. 194. Loyd. Margaret K.. 49. 196. Luarc. Linda M.. 33. Lubliner. Russel H.. 38. 180. 187. Lucas. Barbara J.. 156. Lucas. Dale L.. 67. 96. 176. Lucas. Deborah A.. 20. 22. 55. 69. 76. 1-11. 156. Lncenle. Randy L.. 64. 97. 190. 193. Lucey. James W.. 66. 82. 174. Lueckcr. John H.. 90. 91. 186. 138. Luensman. Philip J.. 174. Lukasik. David W.. 194. Lukasik. Yincent J.. 38. 17-1. Lund. Stephen O.. 25. 100. 156. Lunclquisl. Kathleen M.. 29. 184. Lundy. Robert YV.. 59. 156. Lutlon. Robert D.. 185. Lux. William R.. 64. 19-1. Lyman. Charles E.. 116. 156. Lyman. Sally-. 156. Lynch. David A.. 37. 39. 40. 93. 102. 178. Lynde. Nan P.. 33. -15. 177. H Lyons. David C.. 11. 37. 4-1. 96. 141. Lyons. Kenneth 112. 65. 66. 170. 177. Lyons. Nancy. 32. 73. 156. 136 M MacArthur, Robert. 186. MacArthur. 1Vi1liam 11.. 177. Macllain. Walter D.. 182. MacCorquor.1ale. Donald L.. 78. 182. Macdonald. Bruoe A.. 35. 40. 86. 103. 182. Macdonald. Judy C.. 26. 30. 69. 176. Macdonald. Sandra K.. 196. MacFall. James li.. -10. 54. 76. 180. 182. Macfarland. Patrick J.. 23. 26. 27. 85. 175. Mack. Edward E., 111. 35. 131. Mack. Ina J.. 65. 73. 173. Blqrikgeiizie. William 21. 67. 69. 169. 1 . Mackey. Joseph F.. 111. 80. 141. 157. MacKinnon. Ceci1.30, 31. 33. 49. 52. 109. 179. 180. 185. Macklcr. S. Al1en..1r.. 141. 157. Mackler. Melville R.. 193. MacLean. Duncan YV.. 22. 65. 68. 157. MacLean. Grant A.. 65. 13-1. MacLean. Nancy L.. 31. 76. MacLean. Norman 1'1.. 21, 35. 99. 195. Madorin. Judith E.. 185. Magera. Dorothy J.. 33. 183. Magera. Martin E.. 63. 74. 141. 157. Mages. Claudia D.. 60. 63. 66. 69. 79. 111. 157. Magus. Diane B.. 79. 157. Magus. Eleanore R.. 195. Mages.,10yce A.. 22. 32. 66. 68. 79. 106. 181. 18-1. Magidson. Laurelta A.. 180. 188. lllagidson. Sydney' 31. 80. 1015. 173. Magill. Jeanne B.. 30. 106. 187. Magnus. Robert H.. 197. Magnuson. Nancy A.. 192. Magnuson. Robert M.. 68. 86. 95. 183. Mahin. '1'homas E.. 65. 79. 157. Mahru. Daniel S.. 172. Maiman. Patricia A.. 60. 63. 174. Mainzer. Susan E.. 33. 107. 180. 182. Major. ,10lm. 95. 103. 183. Major. Nancy 11.. 113. 172. Makcig. Scott D.. 75. 77. 78. 19-1. Malen. PI1n1C.. 115. 195. Malicki. Sandra. 157. Mallon. Loren J.. 183. Malmquist. Steven R.. 20. 157. Maloney. Cynthia L.. 23. 198. Maloney. Donna R.. 157. Maloney. Lucy' A.. 177. Malosky. Szimmyc 1... 49. 190. 192. Malpede. .lolin D.. 86. 184. Malpede. Karen S.. 180. 18-1. Mallenloil. Kenneth M.. 40. 185. Alulugen. hlolln. 107. 1-11. 166. Malngen. Leonore F.. 172. Mulngen. 11'il1iam ll.. 90. 91. 126. 189. 190. 197. Manner. Katherine 27. 65. 177. Manahan. liarhara E.. 33. 180. 185. Manaster. Tlionyus. 25. 82. 92. 93. 175. Manehester. liirhartl lf... 21. 1110. 103. 189. 192. Mandel. Jill H.. 106. 197. Mandel. Paul D.. 65. 90. 91. 190. 192. Mandel. Susan 11.31. 157. Maness. llarry 11.. 50. 157. Mangel. Dorothy D.. 72. 189. 197. Munn. James 38. 45. 127. 140. 1-11. 1-12. 157. Munn. Marsha 12032. 183. Mann. Susan 7.. 106. 1815. Manuhuimer. Dale Y.. 30. 180. 187. Manny. Dawn A.. 176. Manslicltl. Gail A.. 14. 30.32.31 188. March. Ann 1V.. 60. 65. 196. Marco. l:il1enS.. 3-1. 157. Marco. Rielnurzl 1.. 77. 183. 195. Marcus. james I.. 38. 86. 99. 184. Margolis. James R.. 37. 104. 141. 157. Margolis. Stephen P.. 10-1. 115. 192. Marini. Luria. 192. Marino. Martin D.. 116. 157. Mark. Peter M.. 186. Markham. Susan. 172. Markoll. Terry Lee. 23. 33. 170. 177. 178. Marks. Beth A.. 187. Marmor. Richard D.. 100. 193. xi..-quis. Michael W.. 104. 184. Marsh. Charles L.. 99. 19-1. M...-.i.. cf...-g. M., 21. 23. 25. 39. my 174. Marsh. Thomas K.. 99. 157. Marshall. June L.. 187. Marshall. Roberta M.. 157. Marshall. 'l'ilnoLhy'. 178. Marti. Sandra A.. 184. Martin. Donna ll.. 187. Martin. 111n'ry'll.. 175. Martin. James K.. 187. Martin.y1umcs YY.. 99. 186. m.-ii...x1m,yy.. iso. Isa. Martin. Melinda L.. 30. 3-1. 60. 157. Martinek. Martin li.. 174. Martinson. Marianne L.. 30. 33. 157. Marz. Rieharc11'1.. 119. 193. Masessa. Audrey 1.. 188. Masessa. Mignon A.. 176. Mason. Roseinury' L.. 179. 187. Massey. Frank L.. 100. 194. Masslnan. Janet E.. 188. Mathey. Steven P.. 26. 27. 82. 102. 113. Malhisen. Lois A.. 33. 183. Matinek. LeRoy. 90. 195. Matkovcik. john S.. 175. Matross. Elissa M.. 190. 194. Matson. -1ohn11'.. 96. 1711. Mutt. Palerieia A.. 27. 31. 3-1. 50. 66. 1-10. 157. Mau. Paul C.. 95. 103. 184. Mattson. lleyerly 1... 195. Matz. Susan H.. 32. 60. 69. 76. 157. Maxanl. Jeannine E.. 60.67. 68. 76. 175. May. Charles 11.. 37. 39. 82. 157. May. Eugene A.. 157. May. Gerald P.. 186. May. James S.. 44. 96. 172. May. Robert K.. 90. 196. Mayer. Arthur P.. 90. 196. Mayer. li. Scott. 65. 66. 90. 94. 103. 198. Mayer. Selim N.. 157. Maylield. Elaine A.. 183. Mziggurml. Alice K.. 33. 106. 107. 108. 113 Maynard. lilizallcth H.. 194. Maynard. Eugene. 65. 78. 157. Maylnier. David M.. 157. Maylnier. George D.. 25. 27. 93. 119. McAnt1rews. Cy ril C.. 187. McAnu1!y'. James KI.. 33. 157. McAnu1ty.judiihli.. 33. 187. Mcllrirle. Paul ll.. 185. McCabe. Frank T.. 103. 185. Mellaleh. Malcolm. 186. McCarthy. Eileen A.. 187. Meffarihy. Jerome C.. 174. McCarthy. Mary M.. 108. 109. 177. Mcflartliy. Neil R.. 174. McCarthy. Thomas F.. 194. Mcffarty. James T.. 90. 91. 141. 157. Mt-Carly. Josephine M.. 23. 107. 197. Mrfllaye. 1-leather. 79. 194. Mrfflaye. Norman. 111. 1-1. 22. 26. 44. 63. 96.1-10.I41.1-12.151. McClellan. Martha L.. 23. 30. 66. 79. 197. McClenahan. Charles L.. -10. 68. 179. 186 McClory. Constance,-1.. 25. 53. 72. 76. 175. 178. Mcfflure. l1onzll11'17.. 175. Mt-Connell. ,laney K.. 77. 195. McConnell. Lynn P.. 193. Meflosh. Donald 1-1.. 59. 95. 103. 185 Mefloy. Sandra E.. 8. 60.69. 157. 168. McCracken. Frank. 195. Meflray. Nancy 65. 196. MeCray. Patrick D.. 65. 7-1. 141. 157. Mrfhitelieon. llclcu A.. 196. Mr-Danel. Dehra. 188. Mellaniel. lldward. 157. Mt'Donough. John M.. 21. 60. 67. 82. 127 170. 174. Alvnollgnl. Cllrislopliex' ll.. -1-1. 97. 177. 180. McDougall. Duncan C.. 37. 4-1. 69. 78. 96. 1-11. 157. McDougall. 1Valtcr A.. 190. 197. MrFat1zcan. Suzanne. 197. Mcfianran. Terry 116. 157. Mallee. Ronald K.. 192. McCohun. Margaret L.. 27. 29. 67. 68. 157. McCoyy'Lin. Mary V.. 33. 180. 187. M4'Cuigun. ylanies A.. 100. 198. Mcfinigran. Michael A.. -1-1. 96. 173. McGuire. Mary 21. 31. 33. -19. IS5. Mefiuiru. Marx' 1.. 176. Mcfluire. Patricia A.. 177. Mcllwain. Alexander W.. 193. Mclohuslon. Jean A.. 65. 79. 180. 187. McKeighan. john 11.. 177. McKenzie. Melissa B.. 197. MvKurnan. 11ry'anT.. 27. 39. 89. 175. MeKernan. R. M:1nreen.33. 188. McKinney. M. Lynne. 27. 30. 3-1. 69. 157 Mr1.aren. Patricia. 66. 69. 106. 108. 177. McLaren. Rirl1arcl1Y.. 97. 183. MrLean.1letsy 11-30. 32. fl-1. 44. 157. McLean. lennifer S.. 107. 19-1. McLean. Stenhen. 157. Mc1.eod. Robert C.. 26. 38. 90. 91. 170. 17-1. Mr1.oney'. Michael L.. 73. 175. Me1.uras. Bruce B.. 21. 22. 23. 86. 180. 18-1. McMahon. Carole E.. 30. -4-1. 105. 107. 170. 176. Mrlilillen. Barry' YV.. 67. 157. McNulty: Patriek. 27. 50. 176. X1r1'1iee. llruve 11.. 2-1. 175. McPherron. Helen K.. 72. 195. Mclioherts. Linda K.. 182. Meflueen. Peter D.. 35. 57. 89. 176. MrSu'ain. Marian H.. 195. Mr-'1'igue. M. Paul. 90. 103. 196. McVey. li. Alannah. 3-1. 60. 76. 108. 127. 1-52. 157. MeYey. Kathleen E.. 32. 61, 76. 127. 170 173. Mac. Rarlmarfy O.. '71. 106. 183. Mce. Erlwarrl F 93. 176. Meek. Cy'n11iia11..30. 173. lklelllnlun. Susan E.. fl-1. 80. 158. Meier. leanette F.. 611. 173. Meier. Mnriorie 1... 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 76 111180. 185. Meier. Robert F.. 175. Meiier. 11axiini1ianXV.. 195. N1Ciicr.Rn1yertS.. 176. Meineke Martha C.. 196. hleiles. '1'1nJlnas R.. 60, 63. 66. 79. 127. Milne. Marjorie. 105. 106. 107. 108. 158. Milne. Nancy J.. 101. 107. 113. 184. Milnor. Susan M.. 22. 32. 106, 184. Miner. Christopher R.. 67. 68. 169, 178. Mink. Alin L.. 78. 195. Minkin. Margery A.. 30. 33. 180. 185. Minrath. Carol J.. 193. Minter. Sue A.. 29. 32. 79. 183. Mintz. lru 11.. 182. Mislcimins. .lo E.. -19. 176. Mlsner. t1..m1 1... gags. si. ms. Missner. Jane A.. 23. 187. r Mitnhell. David C.. 22. 102. 1.18. Mitchell. Delmar K.. 38. 90. 91. 186. Mitehe1l.Doug1as C.. rss, 79. 158. Mitchell. Karen S.. 106. 193. Mit.-1..11. jar.-C, G.. 64. 103. 195. Mitchell. Lee M.. 38. 63. 1-11.158. Mitchell. Victoria C.. 41. 49. 51. 173. Miya. liohert 97. 195. Mizell. -loan L.. 33. 176. Moczulcwski. Lucille H. 172. 1 Moeller. Philip T.. 190. 192. Moeller. Susan M.. 34. 158. Molil. ylellrcy' M.. 186. Moir. -Iunfrl. S.. 186. Mohrman. William C.. 27. 35, 72. 170, 17-1. Moninger. Mlilliain R.. 67. 68. 70. 173. Monroe. Ann 1V.. -19. 56. 66. 79. 1-11. 158. Monroe' Lucy' 17... 301 65. 187. I Momgoincry ,I Alexander fi.. ll-1. 118. 141, 158. Monypenny. L. Fair. 76. 196. Moore. George R.. Jr.. 63. 141. 142. 158. Moore. Judith. 33. 158. Moore. 1Yilliam E.. 158. Muos. Ronald B.. 172. Moreen. Pamela M.. 9. 66. 68. 79. 105. 187. Morl. Dully. 158. Morl. Linda L.. 108. 193. Morgan. Bella A.. 79. 158. Morgan. Cynthia M.. 158. Moiiarly. Charlotte M.. 32. 188. Moriarty.1'Vi1liany F.. 158. Moring. Patricia A.. 196. Morris. 1.cc W.. 90. 103. 192. Morris. llarlmra 31. 65. 158. Morris. llrleu 106. 111. 173. Morris. 8a1ly'11'.. 31. 66. 158. Morris. '1'heot1ore R.. 100. 198. 1-11. 158. M.-lmv111.Pefev-O.. 101.188, M..v,.1.:. wr-. lloheri 00. 193. M-elniek. 1.ynn. 189. 198. Tiff-1nic'f.P1u1a1..158. Nlcllorfl. Fllru. 196. 01-lfortl. Xliullael. 175. 1V1e1tze".11ri:vu. 104. 176. lilevvlrd. Paula P.. 27. 30. 33. 80.1-10. 158. Menk. Carolyn S.. 31. 72. 172. Melfein. Charles 11. 37. 81. 82. 83. 90 Morrison. Jean I... 3-1. 80. 158. Morrison. Melinda. 176. Morse. Peter 26. 27. 67. 68. 175. Mortimer. Mary Lou. 29. 67. 158. Mortimer. liiehard L.. 68. 115. 186. Morton. lilanche C.. 33. 197. f Mosby. William 1'1.. 78. 17.1. Moskoxvitz. Davitla A.. 182. Moss. Anile D.. 198. Moss. .1 uckson. 67. 68. 158. Moss. Michael J.. 193. Motel. Carol L.. 27. 34. 176. Moulding..1ohn M.. 91. 190. 192. Merecin. Randolph T.. 68. 86. 90. 187. lilerrer. Frederick 11.. 158. Mercier. Charles YY.. 6-1. 91. 194. Moyer. Catherine A.. 196. Mueller. Phyllis. 110. 197. Meredith. Andrew 'l'.. 65. 172. Merens. Michael H.. 192. Merrell. fflinrles 69.158. Merrell. Diane S.. 80. 175. Merrick. Marcia C.. 68. 106. 107. 108. 109 1 111 113187 10. . '. tl. Merrick. Prisril1aA.. 69. 106. 112. 177. Merson. Christopher 22. 175. Metelit-L. Robert ,1.. 25. 158. Metz. Ruth A.. 22. 107. 187. Metzger. julie A.. 22. 27. 106. 158. Meyer. Frederick NV.. 158. Meyer. Lauren. 30. 196. Meyer. Marianne K.. -19. 68. 79. 113. 188. Meyer. Richard 158. Meyer. Susan H.. 186. Barry' 11.. 116. 182. Meyers. Meyers. Meyers. Mariorie1Y.. 21. 108. 193. Cary' S.. 82. 104. 173. Meyers. Sanford M.. 170. 172. Meyerson. Corliss 1... 177. Meyn. Norman P.. 82. 114. 115. 137. 141 158. Mivali. Thomas K.. 190. 193. Michael. .lolin L.. 23. 27. 57. 90. 91. 173 Michals. Sherry V.. 31. 186. Mirhelson. James H.. 184. Middleton. llames S.. 185. Middleton. Wendy R.. 197. Mieno. Richard 1.. 184. Migel. liarhara P.. 33. Migel. Peter F.. 68. 184. Mikulak. Paul O.. 185. Milford. Candace A.. 30. 33. 60. 192. Millcs. Sean P.. 39. 176. Millard. Karen L.. 65. 79. 196. Millenson. Delxra. -19. 197. Miller. Miller. Miller. Miller. Ala.. H.. 65. iss. Cuml. 190. C..-..iy.. I... fm. mfs. 195. Clieu1A..26.57.172. Miller. Christonher C.. 180. 186. Miller. Corey' E.. 158. Miller. 'Donna 1... 30. 190. 197. Miller. Edith M.. 30. 64. 180. 182. Miller. Miller. Miller. Miller. .lznnes D.. 38. 73. 77. 181185. -10y A.. 26. 5-1.127.142.158. Karen E.. 6-1. Perry' A.. 100, 193. Miller. Philip K.. 27. 39. 40.-1-1.96. 101 178. Miller. Richard. 172. Miller. lioseinary. 158. Miller. Stanley B.. 27. 158. Miller. Steven I... 180. Miller. Timothy' A.. 65. 90. 195. Millhonser. William C.. 198. Mueller. Susan. 158. Mueller. Tllonyus C.. 19-1. Muench. Roherl F.. 90. 91. 158. Muhlenbrueh. Joan C.. 182. Mullenhaeh. llngh J.. 170. 172. Mullin. l'1owar1l 39. 115. 173. Mullin. Richard. 192. Mullin. '1'imolhy' D.. 68. 187. Mullins. Sally A.. 198. Mundhenk. David. 915. 177. Munson. Carolyn 1-1.. 174. Murchison. Anne A.. 77. 183. Murchison. Frank C.. 194. Murray. Anne E.. 106. 180. 187. Murray. jean A.. 21. 32. 127. 169. 177. Mttrtz. Murlz. Mussel: Daniel A.. 65. 158. 1laro1r1A.. 65. 182. 1. .1nLlile1iA.. 30. 31. 3-1. 172. Myers. Douglas. 27. -15. 158. Myers. Sally A.. 30. 33. 111. 198. Myers. Susan. 68. N Naflzger. Mlalter L.. 159. Nage1.jnan K.. 25. 59. 77. 172. Naihurg. Suzanne 1'1.. 110. 180. 183. Najarian. David Y.. 6-1. 90. 104. 192. Nanini. Steven L.. 37. 85. 10-1. 173. Nash. Anthony H.. 158. Natenbcrg. Sheldon 11.. 10-1. 193. N- 1- .. I .--- 1.. iss. at lax e ly .58 Natkin.ii1'enilyi E.. 159. Nay-in.1iohin A.. 23. 25.30.61 174. Naylor. Emory S.. 183. Ncaylon. lfrank A.. 192. Neaylon. james. I11. 159. Nedoba. Jane! L.. 69. 127. 177. Nerr. 11 v Iiehae1.X.. 38. -10. 50. 76. 186. Negley. Anita 1... 3-1. 175. Neyrley. -lohn K.. 195. Nelson. Arthur 1V.. 115. 192. Nelson. Barbara Al.. 33. 6-1. 18-1. Nelson. Cliliorrl A.. 65. 91. 94. 196. Nelson. ,lellrey 11.. 193. Nelson.4Ioan1l.. 67. 68. 172. Nelson. Merideth L.. 3-1. 69. 159. Nelson. Phyllis li.. 34. 106. 107. 177. Nels-on. Raymond C.. 10. 65. 66. 79. 1-11. 1.19. 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Melinda C.. 30, 179. 133. Nolan, Kathleen A.,f10. 33. 180. 183. Norherg. Charlnettc A.. 198. Nord. Donald C.. 141. 159. Nordlof. Lawrence V., 111. 9. 39. 67. 63. 85, 176. Norman. Suzanne P.. 21. 49. 190. 1923. North. Gerald C.. 100. 17-1. North. Steven A.. 38. 100. 186. Northrop. Knox A.. Al 1. -15. 159, Norwood. 111ary15.. GS. 180. 183. Notehman. Joyce A., 33. 73. 127. 172. Nudelmnn. Arla M.. 190. 197. Nygrcn. Philip S.. 75. 77. 190. 197. Nystrom, J. Scott. 183. O O'Bricn. Kathleen L., 33. 198. O'15ricn. Margaret K.. 196. Oherndorf. Dnnalc1M.. 78. 100. 198. O'Conne11. Dennis A.. 176. 0'C0nne11. Patricia A.. 30. 34. 159. 135. Oclcll,11zn'ir111.. I2.f16.41. 43. 55, 56. 79.129, 141. 159.l67.16S. Odell. Sarah J., 159. O'Donne11. Kathleen M.. 45. 182. oem. Mar,--Louise, 30, 41.50.571 76. 79. Oehler. Gretchen P., 41. 411. -19. 52. 55. 56. 57. 159. Oehlcr. Sioux R.. 49. 57. 189. 196. Ohlsun, Nancy J., 29. 33. 180, 186. O'Kcclc, John C.. 85. 174. O1c1. Pamela V.. 192. Oldenburg. 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Mark 99. 195. Patterson. Pmncla. 182. Patterson. 1'an1'1'.. 175. Pattison. Kal11c:rinc 30. 69. 176. Patton. Frank R.. 35. 36. 37, 38. 126. 141,143,159 Pzutnn. James M., 26. 42. 64. 69. 169. 174. Fallon. PriS1.'i11a A.. 24. 210. 159. Punl, Charles 111.. 159. Prentiss. Jcun E.. 33, 106, 187. Prentiss. Robert N.. Jr.. 26. 27. 37. 39. Qs, 160. Press, Bur1x1n'1i M.. 33. 132. In-iw, .x1..1ww. 23. 27. mo. 126, 172. Price, Joyce E.. 184. Priest. Kenneth L.. 77, 197. Pritchard. 11ul'1xzu'u M.. 30. 33. 182. Pritikin, Ellen D.. 196. Pritikin. 1Villizun S.. 186. 1'ritz1:cr. RiL'hnic1 S.. 44. 90. 174. Pruclinow, Dnnicl 11.. 172. Pnn1.Jnr1ith E.. 41. 54. 55. 60. 76.141, 159. 1'zlu1.J. Ric1un11. 41. 55. 69. 149. 183. Paul. Michael J.. 38. 39. 176. PLn11.1VcntlyS.. 29, 119. 197. 1'Ln111c.JnmcsJ., 23, 67. 68. 70, 118. 174 Paullc. Jnrly A.. 197. Pauly. James N.. 159. Pzuvlan. Andrew 1-1.. 64. 65. 197. Peacock. Charles D.. 175. l'Q..r1m..... rm.-,V J.. 35. 115. iso. Pearson. Jane A.. 30. 108. 175. lm.. sum... ci., 21. 23. 32, 44. 69. 107. 170. 174. Peck. Kallxryn D.. 30. 159. Pcclchznn, Virginia 17.. 195. Pcclcrsscn. Lewis J.. 65. 186, ifetlfiuk. Sm J.. rss. sz. 172. Pence. Nunty 159. Pendleton. Marcin. 68. 188. Pcnnvich. Jeffrey C.. 175. 1'1.'op1cs. 11a1'risnn. 90. 195. 1'l:rlIy. Valerie 22. 169. 172. Perkins. Pamela R.. 222. 26. 510. 159. Pcrrunlt. Riclmrd A.. 183. Perry. Riulnn-cl M.. 192. Perrymun. Er-l11t'r E.. 32. 33. 173. Pershing. 11urlmrzl S.,f1f1. 49. 51. 183. Pershingt. Mis'liuc1L..f19. 40. 73. 159. Petermzln. Marv Clare. 111. 193. Proft. Donald 23. 82. 90. 91. 95. Props.Jz1nics K., 97. 139. 190. 193. Pruvus, Stanley O.. 100. 194. Pionty. Robert M.. 182. Prnsow. Jntli 11.. 26. 177. Punch. Suzanne E.. 27. 73. 173. Purtell. Snsun 29. 31.f12.Ji3. 34 Pusaturi. Rohcrt 1... 195. Qun1c. John C.. 65. 189. 190. 197. Qunrnstrom, Dunn 111.. 56. 127. 160 R -1 :cr cs1'1 96 I 6. 119. 174. R.1 .J:nn. . I R2lt'1A1in. 11zu.'ic1 1... 176, Radford. Antlicw 1.... 74. 192. 160 160 Ranl1ol1. Barbara: 1... 22. 29. 31. 32. 160. R:1cl1011. '1'hon11iss O.. 26. 27. 38. 110, 175 Rutlnv. Alive 185, Rulfcl. Ronald A.. 22, 39. 175. Rullcrly, Daril J.. 195, Rugnsi. William A.. 185. Rheintgen. fihar1a17., 26. 174. Rhoadcs, 15arh1u'a L., 195. Rhontlcs. Suzanne L.. 45. 188. Rhodes, Rosemarie, 49. 50, 57. 65, 174. Rhodes, Susan J.. 177, Rih1on.Joan. 30. 32. 127, 172. Rihstcin. Lawrence E., 193. Ricci, James A., 78. 99. 198. Ricci. John L.. 160. Rice. Dianne R.. 31. 160, Rin-. Tlmlnzxs YY., 35. 100, 193. Rice. 1Vi11iunl B1..f17. 101. 160. Richards. Karen S., 193. Richards. Susan A.. 190, 194. Riclizirdson. James H.. 74, 193. Riulmlmrg. Holly M.. 30, 49. Gs. iss. Richcimcr. Steven L., 190. 193. Richheilucr. Laurie A.. 197. Richheimer. Terry, 29. 161. Richman. Ilene S.. 185. Richter. Frederick C.. 97, 190. 193. Richter, Harry P.. 192. Richter. Phillip G., 101, 119, 161. Richunyre. Charles L., 176. Richards. David S., 26. 85. 161. Ringer. Kathleen A.. 195. Riley. Clark A., lil. 90, 99, 194. Riley. Maria F.. 27. 142. 161. Rion. Cheryl K.. 29. 33. 196. Rilchcll. Carnl 196. Rirsns. Elyse D., 161, Rin..-. Ann Is., 172. Robbins. Charles 'l'., 161. Robertson. Anne S.. 173. Robertson. Judith R., 34. 69. 173. Robin. Fay E.. 67. 140, 161. Rohin. Linnlzi M., 188. Robin. Susan G.. 184. Robinson, JoAnne. 49, 80, 190. 194. Robinson. Richard 11.. 190. 194. Robinson, VVi11ium B.. III, 65, 78, 99, 194. lmyisfm. Jznncs B.. 90, 99. 198. Robison, John T.. 161. Robison. Palncla. 182. Rovhe. John SG. 91, 182. Rorlcnlwcrgcr. Vzilcric J.. 64. 69. 176. Rodgers. Richard A., 90. 99. 103. 194. Rutlkin. Sharon M.. 161. Rocpkc. Robert C.. 65, 1051. 193. Roesing. Diane R.. 31. 106. 172. Rncsing. 1Vi11izim P., 190. 193. Pctcrsvn. Erlinf N.. 116, 182. Pctcrscn. Marklin. 67. 79. 177. Pclrsi sen Pete-rsu n. Petcrso n . Pamela 11..' 197. Carol L.. 176. Catherine A.. 5. 49. 110. 190. llaixhcl. M1irl11u.33.3-1, 160. Raleigh. 1Vi1liaun J.. 175. Rzunscy. 1izu'1u1u':t 73. 1811. Rzlntlall, Darcy A.. 30. 06. 108. 196. Randall. Elizabeth A.. 196. Randle. Daniel 1V.. 193. R:in:1lc.Jcaniu E.. 26. 29. 176. Rzmgavrs. Elcunorc V.. 197. Rankin. Deborah 198. 1.12 Rogers. Annc15.. 23. 30. 49. 192. Rogers. Donna 66. 197. Rogers. Neva M.. 56, 161. Rogers. Sandra, 184. 187. Rogers. Thomas P.. 33. 173. Rnhlcn. Ka1'1V..Jr.,I1fi,37, 40. 82. 102 161. Rohr. James P.. 94. 194. Rolfs. 1111113111 C.. 05. 115. 161. Rmnnclz. John YV.. 21, 68. 86. 156. Orwig. 110, Oliver. Alan F.. 198. Oliver. Arrhic1...111. 26. 70. 82. 98, 159 Oliver. Darlene J.. 69. 177. Olivcr.Jzuncsl1,.21.1Z2.44.65.97.101. 184, Olivel-ij, Joanne. 45. 198. Olivcrn, Vera A.. 159. Olsky. Olson. Mark, 77. 133. DnviL111.. 136. Olson, James A.. 186. Olson. Jnnc A., 33. 63. 113. 174. Olson. Janet A.. 107. 195. Olson. Jnycc1f..f30. 31. 172. O1S0l1. Krislcn S.. 26. 30. 34. 59, 66. 127. 142. O'Mn11cy. '1't'rcm'c '1'.. 21. 23. 175. O'Nicll. Nancy K.. 49. 190. 19-1. Oppcnhcim. Arnold B.. 115. 186. Oppenheimer. R. Alun. 26. 37, 82. 102. 170. 172. Urr. Ruth E.. 159. Orton. Mary A.. 185. 11roc'a11'.. 38. 116. 159. Osborne. Arthur E.. 93. 176. Osborne. Regina A.. 198. Oscarson. Dennis C.. 198. 0's1.e... Dennis J.. 141. 159. 0'Shezt. Mark R.. 198. Osmond. Stephen D.. 68. 187. Ostcrbcrg. Arvid E.. SS. 69. 184. Osterberg. Lawrence A.. 159. Ostcrstioin. Cordon 100. 183. 1S6. Ostmw. Joel S.. 194. Ostrow. Sumuc'11'1.. 53. 187. Otley. Nancy E.. 21. 22 183. Otto. Kathryn. 197. Ovcr1o1r1:.1.cslic C.. Jr.. 20. 24. 35. 542. 93. 102. 159. Om... Alun S.. 21. 95. 10.3. 154. Uvsun. Nancy C.. 198. .23.30.f12.33. 197. Pctcrsnn. Crcgory R.. 193. Pclcrson. Jacqueline 1... 26. 32. 160. ljclcrrioll. K:-nl1V.. 77. 195. Peterson. Kristin R.. 11. 195. Peterson. Marcia C.. 22. 30. 160. Pctcrsun. Rnllcrl 1... 25. 35. 173. 1'::li1t'1zli r. 15n'uwrly X.. 29. 31. 34. 175. Pellcrscn. John P.. I18. 160, Pettit. Richuutl NY.. 97. 190. 193. Pettit. Steven 111. 22. 37. 89. 160. Pfcilcr. Pamela J.. 86, 185. Pllxunncr. Katrina C.. 21. 29. 30. 44. 11. 180. 188. Plnilen. Rohurl E.. 185. Phemister. Ronald 11.. 37. 119. SQ. 33. 98. 140. mo. Phillips. Cc0l1r4-5 J.. 187, Phillipw. James D.. 90. 192. Phillips. Judith. 65. 72. 174. 192. Phillips. Tom L.. 65. SG. 185. Plilnnln. Sharrie 1... 135. Pic'1:.J:uncs11,. 66. 114. 160. 1'iCrt'C. D2lvif11V.. 37. SQ. 90, 1715. 1"ieruu. Dunnn L.. 194. Pierchalu. 1.int1u1l...'10.fl2. 69. 106. 160 Pielroski, Janet L.. 193. Pi11:a. Norman 160. Pinrsof. JnC1il1i 11.. 27. II 1. 127. 175. Pinsof. Lynn: E.. 189. 197. Pinto. Sluphcn G., 160. Pirie. Kathryn 1... 77. 197. Rupucz. Peter M.. 1 . Rapport. Re11:-can 34. 50. 69. 182. Rashman. Mary A.. 49. 198. Rasnniscn. Jana-11.., 21. 30. 110, 190, 192. Ruslnnsscn. Erik M.. 35. 40. 101. 180, 180. Rasmussen. Xvilliznn E.. 160. Rzmlcttcr. Rirhnrrl C.. 05. 99. 196. Rnszkicwiuz. Patricia A.. 196. Ratujczulc. John R.. S2. 132. Ran. 1101...-1 12.59. 62. 73. iss. Ruu1inuscr. Patil B.. IS-1. Rawlings. Snntlra 1... 175. Ray. Julie A.. 177. Ray. Lintlu 22. 26. 27. 160. Ray. Mary A.. 198. Ray. 11'i11ialn E.. 25. 61. 170. 174. Rnymontl. Gail. 105. 120. 160. Railnontl. Conlon fl.. 193. Rayinoncl. Linda K.. 29. 76. 113. 170, 172. Raymond. 11'ently O., 173. Rcnsncr. Timothy H.. 41. 160. Rcchtnris. Jun A.. 176. Rullit-h. Susan 111.. 30. 06. 190. 197. Reed. Bruce A.. 74. 186. Recd. Bryzun E.. 100. 160. Reed. Sluve11.. 164. Rem us. Reeves. .um ms. nf.,-i. iz.. mfs, Rcciss. Nancy 1... 29. 193. Rcloy, Kathryn L.. 192. Rchin. Judith L.. 233. 172. Pitt. Snian T.. 173. 1'i1 NI H11 76 77 177 zcr. . n','..L.1.. . 1'Iul'ker. Susan l.. 107. 190. 196. Platt. Al P1:1t1. C11 .'i.m..'.l.. 33. mo, ro1inJ., 5. 196. Plum. JoAi1nS..f32. 66. 160. Plum. 1.3 nn12.. 110. 192. Plzilz. Ronultl Y.. 175. Plant. Lx nn1f.. 75.190, 197. Fleck. Joseph E.. 75. 190. 195. Owen. Gregori D.. 211, 21. Owen, Pntririn E.. 119. 6-1. 106. 194. P Patch. Sandra E.. 30. 33. 108. 160. 183. Padron. 1V1au1imir Jose. 175. Paige. Stanley C., 19-1. Paleni. Nancy I.. 159. Palmer. Becky 30. 77. 197. Palmer. C1n'istop1ier S., 77. 104. 115. 194 Palmer. Cynthia J.. 61. 103. 188. 1'a1mcr John H.. 159. 1m1.mff'I.i,..1. 11.2 175. Palmer. Nancy. ISS. Palmer. Rohcrt C.. Jr.. 159. Palmer . Shirlci D.. 29. 197. Palmer. Susan J.. 110. 512. 69. 135. Pnncoust. 1ilim1n:t11. 30. 33. 186. Plunlcctt. Anne E.. 69. 149, 176. 1'm'0r1:. Pclcr 111.. 134. Pulito. Mary 1fllcn.f12. 106. 107. 1111. ISS. Pollack, A11cn 15... 69. 1-11. 100. Po1lnck.RobcrrziJ..21. 22. 30. 32. 523. 180. 185, 1'ollzn'1:. Sturm .1-. 103. 192. Pollack. Susan D.. 33. 176. Pollak. Gregori' R.. 186. Pullaro. Hrigrillc M.. 4. 68. 187. Poole. C:u'y11'.. 170. 172. Pope, June. 160. Popr. Jennifer. 79. 106. 198. Pope. Suzanne. 3-1. 160. Popper. David 17.. 32. 160. P0rlc.Ri1'1ml'f11.. 100. 116. 119. 114. Porta. 1101121111 D.. 185. Papas. Maria. 189. 190. 192. Papas. Timothca. 69. 183. Park. John R.. 173. 1 2 1 1 nrker. Cnnslnncn 2f1.f1L. 32. I7L. 178. 206 Porter. Dale 11... 51. 04. 185. Porter. Nancy 33. 188. Porter. Pamela L.. 30. 31. 34. 107. 160. Porter. 1Vil1iunx 1V.. 90. 195. r- 1'0r1cs,Ann M.. 22. 51. 185. Rcirlinrcll, Sit-von ll.. 39. 172. Rcitl. ffllurlrs 11.. 133. livin.-I.A.1,....1J..2cs.41.so. mo. Reinccke. John 134. Rcinert. Tholnni U.. 64. 195. RuiniSli.1Ycm1iu S.. 25. 29. 53. 61. 177. Rc'iuSt'1x.11'i11i2lm A.. 21. 78. 190. 192. R:imv1A1t1. Steven A.. 160, Rcinwalcl. 1Yil1i1nn A.. 160. Ruilur. 11211111 R.. 80. 99. 1514. Rcilcr. SnSan C.. 49. 52. 100. Rcizncr. 1.yncln 187. R.1i..s.,l01n.A.. 5, 90. 1512. ws. Rclner. Robert 11.. 73. 193. Relnien. Diane E.. 190. 197. Rcniicn. Roger 136, Rcnins. Cliriwtinu M.. 250. 1713. Rcninw. Kzuthlcun M.. 174. Remus. Melinda: M.. 160. Renn. R. Timothy. 89. 91. 173. Rcnouf. Alice 111.. 197. Rcn0n1'. 11711171 E.. 29. 35. 67. 111. 172. Rcnlncr. Paige K.. 183. ianmllc. Cino1J..I111. 173. Runhin. Rochelle 29. 76. 187. Rcnhcn. Sclnln 111.. I1-1. 53. 73. 100. Rex. liriun C.. 175. im, Jul... ls.. mfs. Rcinoltls. Margurct 1.... 177. Reynolds. Tlnnnus H.. 185. Rhcin, Micln-a1A.. 64. 77. 106. 193. Rhcinslroln. Muri Ann. 26. 67. 80. 160. Romana. Julian J.. 22. 45. 161. Ronen. Carol 177. Ruolicr. Le: F.. 65. 193. Rooks. Mary R.. 106. 194. Root. June P.. 79. 196. Root. '1'hmnas E.. 176. Rosherg. Gurdon 11.. 54. 101. 114. 185. Rosc.1r1i. 91. 99. 192. Rosen. Alun R.. 40. 90. 185. Rosen. George. 190. 195. Rosen. Lznlren J., 23. 25, 27, I14, 127, 159. 170. 172. Rosen. Nlurlill.-1.. 1111. 182. Rosenbaum. Ruhcrt 1V.. 39. 161. Rosenberg. Ethel M.. 34. 79. 127. 161. Roscnhcrg. Libby J.. 23. 33, 69. 173. Roscnherg. Neil. 27. 175. izomlfcls. 1101...-1 Jr.. 104. 192. Rusunstcilugcllrcy15.. 159. 161. Rosenthal. iy. 78. 194. Rosenthal, Jane 1... 29. 31. 72. 30, 174. Roscnthn1. Linfln L.. 176. Roscnzwcig. llene. 29, 190. 192. Rusncr. Judith D.. 23. 51. 107, 182. Rosner. Margaret '1'., 30. Ross. C, Thomson. 187. Ross. Cary P.. 194. Ross. Knrcn R.. 180. 183. Russ. Robert R.. 97. 195. Rossbcrgrr. Tlmxnus 161. Rosscr. M:1utlcR,. 21. 30, 31, 4-1, 107, 172. Rnsskzmi. 1Yil1i:nn. 192. Roston. David C.. 8. 53. 141. 161. Ruston. Jzty11'.. 40. 184. Roth. Alexunclcr D.. 6. 190. 195. Roth. Toynni C.. 5. 63. 65. 90, 192. Rnt1ih:n'c1t. Allan 11.. 39. 175. R0tli1l2ll'l, Curl R.. 99. 1915. Rothcrniul. Chuilcs '1'.. 97. 185. Rothschild. Dulana M.. 184. Rnxhsr11i1cl. Mary N., 23. 26, 34. 170. Rnthschiltl. '11crryA.. 4. 111. 127, 140, 161. Rotlnan, Betty R.. 187. Rotunan. Bent-llc P., 57. 176. Rovin. Susan11.. 161. Rovsck. Dnvicl. 161. Rowell. John 11.. 74. 86. 184. Rowell, Joseph G.. 182. Rowell. Mason M., Jr.. 22. 161. Row-lnncl. Stcphnnic'J.. 26.27, 30.131, 34 161. Rowley. Sharon L.. 69. 174. Roy. Cz1K11crinc- YV.. 23. 27. 32. 69, 176. Rnhens. Janet. 66. 161. Rnbuns. Riuhart1A.. 38. 175. 186. Rubin. 11ar01t1 111.. 184. Rubin. R01Jert11'.. 130. 182. Rubinoff. .1nr1rc1l. 22. 173. J Rn1rinol1. Ellen, 191. Rnbinson. Kcnnulh A.. 40, 65. 96. 177, Rulxmn. Clxarles A.. 1Si.7. Rnck. Linclzx F.. 161. Rnhe. Bnrburzl F.. 23. 33. 176. - L Stei111n'e111e1. M1111-1:1 '1'.. 57. 111. 177. 1 Rulie, Nancy C.. 180. Rube, Harold J.. 74. 174. Rulanfl. Cheryl J.. 59. 67. S0.141,161. Kuml. Susan. 33. 182. Rum.l1e. Steven M.. 97. 193. Runnfelllt. Frank O.. 78. 198. Rupp, Robert il., 161. Rushin. 1int11F.. 196. Rusin. Robert B.. 74. 190. 194. Rusnz1k.Lucile J.. 34. 69, 174. Russell, Howarcl C.. 177. Russe11.jo11n T.. 38. 183. Rut11er10rt1.Jca11, 21. 23. 31. 32. 69. 106. 107. 172. Ryan. David H.. 161. Ryan. janics E.. 27. 89. 116. 173. 198. Ry3n.J01111P.. 68. 86. 103. 132. S Sachs, Edward M.. jr.. 90. 198. Sachs. Ted. 65. 190. Sacra. James C.. 97. 192. Sadin. Nikki L.. 29. 108. 197. Sadin. Suntlraj.. 26. 80. 176. Safran. Steven R., 161. Safran. '1'11o1n:1s L., 23. 183. Sagclt. 11ic11aelL.. 15. 100. 198. Sahlin. jn11111V..35. 65. 198. Sainis. 'l'11e0p11nnis. 161. 511101, Jf11111111111 1-1.. 37. 53. 67. 68. 100, 141. 161. Salerno. L11111 11.. 33. 34. 161. Salinger. B. Lncv. 41. 57. 69. 127. 161. Salisbury. Annabelle L.. 76. 173. Salk. Andrea 11.. 23. 30. 33. 180. 188. Salslone. S11s:1n,I.. 22. 23. 30. 187. Salzenstein. Susan A.. 22. 80. 111. 175. Salzman. Elizalzelh C., 54. 55. 57. 80. 195. Samnxelli. Laurie L.. 49. 190. 192. Sampson. Linda C.. 66. 190. 198. Sampson. Suzanne C.. 67, 161. Samuels, Ieffrev P.. 183. Sznnnels. 1.a1v1'cnce1l.. 190. 196. Sam11c1s..1..1l1111S.. 22. 35. 55. 69. 76. 161 Samuelson. Elwine F.. 59. 79. 106. 107. 180. 183. Sandberg. S11sz111,I.. 28. 161. Sanders. De1'r01'Zt11 S.. 30. 34. 172. Saiulers. Tlmmas T.. 69. 85. 174. Sandford. Diane. 196. Sandford. Suzanne. 33. 64. 182. Santee. Richard K.. 161. Santuslefano. Sa1vi11oL.. 186. Sz1per.E1lcn,I.. 161. Saper. Rolxerta G.. 66. 196. Saracino. josepl1in1: M.. 23. 25. 29. 65. 169. 177. Sauer. Laurence D.. 95. 182. Saunders. Diane E.. 29. 33. 161. Saunders. Do1111z11'.. 180. 184. Saunders. Ed1v11r1.111l.. 172. Sz111nc1crs.F1ore11ce C.. 30. 141. 161. Sa11nc1ers. Richard C.. 26. 27. 161. Sanser. Sharon A.. 27. 176. Savage. Henry H.. 182. Savage. Lexvis 111.. 77. 101. 19-1. Sawyer. Richard. 44. 96. 178. Sawyer. Thomas V.. 22. 39. 68. 82, 119, 161. Sax, 11'1'nne. 190. 193. Sz1xo11.,Ia111es I.. Jr.. 77. 198. Sc11:1c11tn1:111. C:1m1j..23. 30. 33. 61, 174 Schaefer. 11a1'i0nV.. 33. 51. 73. 187. Schager. Ricliartl B.. 162. Schatz. Richard B.. 162. Schatz. Ralph A.. 59. 62. 78. 170. 172. Scheib. Nancy M.. 38. Schell. Susan I.. 67. 162. SC11cn1z1n. Nancy A.. 27, 174. Scher. Alvin. 166. Scher. Stephen R.. 35. 90. 99. 103. 194. 198. Scheicr. Jill. 172. Schiff. Harry S.. 103. 195. SC11if1. 51161111 1'.. 26. 27. 50. 172. Sc11il1o. Leanne E.. 27. 30. 34. 77. 106. Schilln. Virginia J.. 109. 198. Schluter. Deborah A.. 76. 196. Sc11mir1.An11 B.. 27. 69. 106. 108. 173. Scllmicl. -Ianncs. 65. 195. Schmidt. 1"1'e11e1'iC1L11'.. 11. 44. 96, 97, 162. Sclimidt. Karen 49. 50. 63. Schmitz. Nancy jo. 195. Sclineiclcr. Camilla 1... 26. 31. 45. 63. 73, 162. Schneider. Camlvii N.. 66. 80. 174. Sclmeifler. Cynthia H.. 193. Schneider. 1'1i1nrv 39. 140. 162. 167. Scllncirler. -111111111 12.33. 106. 108. 110. 113. 182. Sclincizlcr. Karen A.. 197. Schneider. Marjorie K.. 51. 1911. Schnciclcr. Michael j.. 26. 37. 65. 66. 79, 116. 140. 162. Schneider. Nancy M.. 197. Sclineizler. Ricl1a1't1P.. 100. 180. 183. 136 Sclxneitler. Roger B.. 173. Schneider. Ronald B.. 162. Schneiclcnnaii. joseph P.. 90. 193. Schoden. Constance. 176. Schoen. .-11111111111-I.. 101. 195. Sclioen. Enialie 1.. 106. 175. Schoen. Robert E.. 194. Schoenberg. Morris R.. 74. 193. Scliocnhrod. Bctli. 33. 182. SC11oen11mc1. Bret. 162. Sclioonovcr. N1-111cyA.. 33. 76. 180. ISG. Schopen. Pete1'F.. 13. 194. Schopen. Thomas H.. 162. Scliovain. Pamela J.. 32. 80. 177. Schraeger. 11arhz11'a L.. 183. Scliraeger. Eslec T.. 23. 25. 27. 69. 176. Schrani. Richard P.. 195. Scliramm. Caryl E.. 33. 105. 113. 162. Sc11ran1n1. Teal S.. 90. 195. Schreiner, Pamela E.. 187. Sc11r0cc1cr.,In11et1... 65. 109. 185. Sclimeder. Susan A.. 44. 107. 162. Sc11ron1. Kathleen A.. 30. 183. Sclinessler. Rolxurl 11'.. 190. 195. Schuett. David J.. 99. 184. Sc1111ett. Mit-liacl E.. 192. Sc111111z.AnnL.. 27. 30. 76. 80. 173. Schultz. 11'urre11 E.. 100. 177. SQ111111. J11111111 C.. 24. 33. 110. 117. 73. so. 162. Schulz. Linda C.. 27. 33. 34. 162. SC11u1z.1i0ger C.. 22. 26. 67. 162. Sclinnian. Duvizl. 27. 172. Sclnvzib. Barrv 1'1.. 75. 77. 78. 195. Snlnvull. A11c11'ew fi.. 196. Schwartz. Richard R.. 162. Scliwarlz. '1'11on1z1S. 175. Scott. Betty J.. 192. Scott. Martha 189. 198. Semi. Michael R.. 20. 21. 22. 37. 82. 102. 126.141.162.' Scott. Robert 24. 40. 86. 99. 103. 186. Searles. 1311111 97. 197. Seus1101'c. M. -Ieiin. 29. 35. 60. 68. 1612. Seaton. Snann 30. 33. 179. 180. 183. Seilrillg. 11el11e1 66. 108. 110. 184. Seclure. John E.. 66. 184. Seelizifer. Cliztrles R.. 611. 74. 198. Segersten. f1o1't1o11. 91. 9-1. 194. Seihnlrl. L:1111'z11'1.. 69. 182. Seifert. 9111111121 A.. 67. 68. 80. 162. Scilz. Diane D.. 33. 69. 176. Self. 170111131 22. 23. 32. 110. 194. Sell. Karen 11.. 33. 182. Self. M. Anne. 21. 28. 162. Selkoe. Dennis 68. 141. 162. Sellers. 11'il1i11n1 K.. 35. 190. 198. Selling. 1'ern11n A.. 103. 192. Seller. James E.. 193. Seller. Kathleen A.. 24. 41. 50. 162. Selzcr. Ruliert 1'.. 38. 44. 186. Selzer. K11se111111'y I .. 19-1. Seneca. Rr111e1't11'.. 99. 193. Sennelt. L:1111'cn 11.. 23. 30. 33. 180. 187. Sergeant. 1101151121 A.. 65. 66. 187. Sergea11t. 11I11e11eli..31.69. 173. Sergel. Teresa R.. 77. 127. 176. Qessmns. Edso11 O.. 26. 96. 162. Setlxness Alison H.. 30. 190. 197. Sellmess. Deborah A.. 29. 65. 66. 79. 162. Senl. Ralph D.. 57. 172. Shafer. Dun1111Kz11. 26. 31. 162. S11:111'er.C11e1'xl1i.. 23. 30. 76. Ill. 176. Sliakmun. lio11c1'1A.. 25. 76. 104. 141. 162. S11z11:1111111. Stephen A.. 75. 190. 192. Shznlet. Stephen A.. 63. 190. S11:111111L'1'g. Michael A.. 23. 39. 176. Slianlctnun. Joanne D.. 21. 24. 26. 27. 33 77. 109. 176. Shanley. Donald 21. 44. 96. 169. 173 S1111pi1'o.Lln111-I.. 190. 197. 198. Shapiro. M111'ci111.. 26. 34. 162. Shapiro. Rita 184. Sliapirrn. Stexen M.. 65. 97. 196. Sliauger. Eric 24. 93. 102. 176. Shattil. Donald 11.. 57. 176. Sliawger. 9171111111 11.. 30. 180. 183. S11ay11c.j:111e11.. 49. 192. S11ee11a11. 171'z1111'is li.. 173. Slieelmn. -1e111'e1'N.. 27. 162. Slieelian. Mary T.. 190. 194. Sheclinn. '1'c1'rvE.. 21. 30. 184. Sllelflfln. Helly C.. 49. 66. 196. Sliclliat. D1111N.. 116. 182. Slieier. .1e1'e1111 A.. 69. 111. ln. Sl1er111L111..101111L.. 82. 162. Sherman. K:1111cri11c1... 25.30. 173. S11ern1u11. 11eli1111z1A..30. 192. S11ern1z111. Sully. 21. 22. 33. Sliiniun. Carol. 34. 162. S11in1:111ek. Kurcii L.. 196. Slioden. E1iz:111c111 A.. 197. 8l10e111:11ie1'. 1ii111111'1l11'.. 85. 98. 174 Slmles. 11ic11vz11'11 R.. 39. 69. 177. S11o1'esn1z1n. Daniel. 65. 179. 183. Short. Allen T.. 38. 184. S11mver111:111. 611111. 27. 29. 31. 67. 73. 111. Sliyman. 11111'11a1'a 11'.. 162. Sidney. 17rccle1'iL'1c L.. 43. 86. 90. 183. Siebel. 11'i1li11n1 E.. 65. 185. Siebring. Beth. 65. Siegel. Dennis. 180. 184. Siegel. Jacqueline 1... 177. Siegel. Ru11e1't 170. Siexer. Ellen C.. 26. 27. 60. 80. 174. 511111. Le11i1A11.. 33. 193. S1g:n1:111.D:11i11R.. 26. 162. Sigman. Louis E.. 23. 35. 115. 170. 173 S1f1110nc1. Mark 11.. 65. 190. 193. S1 a11de1'..l111111A.. 49. 76. 77. 184. Sillurs. Katherine B.. 77. 190. 198. Silver. Jane 179. 183. Silver. 1'11y11is13..63. 162. Silver. 3111111111 11.. 33. 49. 192. Si1ve1'11111'5.f. Daxid L.. 185. S11ve1'111u11. ,111t1t1 111.. 195. S1lve1'111:1n. Lynn J.. 162. Si1vc1'111:111. F1119z111. 162. S1111n1o11. Nlarciu J.. 194. S1111011. Elliott 111.. 38. 49. 162. Sinmn. 11111'1'icl D.. 196. Simon. Kntlxleen 11.. 30. 3-1. 133. 177 Simon. Tnni Ci.. 23. 1110. 197. Simons. 111211111 A.. 59. 67. 162. Sinmn-1. Susan CI.. 73. 195. Siinpsnn. C'111'isli11a 26. 34. 51. 177. Sinipsrni. llznncs A.. 85. 176. S1111psm1.,In1111 L.. 22. 23. 86. 184. 8inL'111i1'. 14011111 1i..f5fi.41S. 106. 187. 815131. Enggene K.. 182. Siu. J11111 K.. 69. 173. Skin11e1'. jack. 175. Sklar. B111'1111ra 196. Sklar. Hn11'iu11e11..33. 197. 106.107.1S5. Slack. 17rcclri17k S.. 99. 184. Slnglit. Elizalnelli 197. Slater. 11L11'i1111K..31. 51. 177. Sluugliter. Mary C.. 182. S1eig11t.Li1:111.. 33. 67. 162. 911111119 J11111111 11.. 39. 40. 176. Sloane. Marsha D.. 45. 183. Slnss. Karen L.. 30. 73. 190. 191. Slntzlcy. Anilzi. 56. 162. 8111111111 Ln1'e111'e L.. 90. 100. 192. Sn111l1. 11111111 S.. 39. Small. A1i1.'1111e1 90. 193. s111111,J1111111s.. 24. 3s. se. 95. 103. 186. Snieclley. James. 78. Sn1it11. David 111.. 162. 8n1it11. Donald 1... 78. 162. Smith. E11gzc11c R.. 175. Sn1il11. .laniue F.. 196. Sniitli. Karen M.. 162. Sniilli. Kaithleen. 65. 66. 176. 192. S111it11. Kz1l111ee11 A.. 192. Sn1i111. S111111111 P.. 22. 23. 24. 25. 82. 143, 162. Smith. Stanley P.. 99. 194. Smith. Stephanie S.. 197. Smith. Sleplnsn. 163. Sn1i111. 'l'11n111z1s 11.. 35. 194. Sn1it11. 1110111115 E.. 65. 66. 79. 1S6. Sinitli. Valerie A.. 29. 79. 197. Smith. 1'i1'gini11. 163. S1111111. J. 1111111.51 711. 1113. 511011. 1'z111111 A.. 33. 183. S11e11g'11110lnus A.. -10. 43. 67. 68. 170. 17. . Siioxvcr. 11u1's11a1i.. 30. 189. 190. 197. Siimxer. 1ifN:11111c1f1.. 29. 67. 69. 163. Snytlrr. 171111i11c17.. 109. 195. 91111111-. N1111111e. 49. 51. 1113. Sobel. jannes D.. 69. 185. S1111e1-strnni. Scott 1... 192. 8011. lfrcclrics.. 64. 90. 197. Snllis. '1'o1111B.. 21. 64. 91. 99. 190. 193. S111111111111. J11111.-e A., 10. 49. 157. 118. 70. 79. 163. S010111011. 4111110 A.. 190. Snlmnmi. 11:11'y Leslie. 113. 163. 501111. Li11t1z111.. 22. 2-11. 142. 163. 8r11111e1mr11. 1in11e1t1i..38. 40. 115. 184. Snrlain. K11f11e11J..38. 66. 74. 180. 186. Sm11:1.D:1vit1E.. 44. 63. 74. 183. So11c1cr.11'i11iz1r11F.. 111. 49. 193. Sntitlmiclc. 1'1z11'1'y11'.. 67. 68. 172. 184. Sparliei-15. Lintlzt 11.. 79. 190. 198. Sputz. Lz11'1'1 26. 39. 163. Spzilz. Robert 180. 183. Spc:1k111n11.Jn1111. 163. 168. Spc1'lm'. Nzinvv C.. 30. 33. 34. 61. 175. Spu111:e1'. 1511121110111 A.. 79. 198. Sperm. 1liL'11u1'c111.. 66. 101. 172. Spcrtus. Anita. 33. 50. 180. 183. Spicer. Craig L.. 77. 78. 173. Spiegel. 12vc1yn,1.. 66. 193. Spiegel. 41u9ep11 11.. 40. 185. Spie5:e1.,111t11l11 111.. 23. 25. 26. 175. 178. Spiegel. 1'ir15i11iz1 A.. 22. 37.50. 66. 73. 80. 172. 511115. J111e1-1 111. ss. 195. Sprztgne. Luisa L.. 22. 64. 68. 174. Sp1'z15111c. 11111-11111 L.. 33. 193. Sp1'c111:er.S11a:111.23. 29. 30. 109. 177. Sp1'igLv1.S:11l1 Al.. 66. 163. Sp1'i11gc1'. 11n1'1r111 186. S1111111111. 11.R111e. 12. 194. Sp111'11111. 1je1m1'1111 L.. 22. 26. 27. 29. 30 32. 34. 163. Slxtitli. L:1111'e111e D.. 90. 198. St1111n1. .11'1c11c C.. 29. 195. 81111111111-. J11111111 fi.. 106. 109. Stunlex. Nlelinflu. 163. Stan: R11l1crt11.. 104. 115. 187. SU11111. 11:11'11:11':1 T.. 106. 111. 187. Sliiulx. Suinn D.. 33. 51. 69. 182. S111111111eisler. Rnwsell 1... 163. Steam. 1.111'11z111..I14. 177. Sleuclvx. F1'e11e1'i1'k.X.. 35. 68. 99. 180. 186. Steiiiztuf. 12111111111 172. Stein. Arlene 30. 33. 3-1. 61. 169. 175. Stein. De11nm11. 111. 197. 511111. s11.1111 J.. 73. 172. Stein. 11'ill1z1n1. 173. Sleiiilmclc. 1S111'11L11'u. 109. 196. Steiiilmclz. llnlnes A.. 170. 175. 81:-inllerg. 171'1.111Ci11c1..32. 107. 103. 113. 183. S1:n1ni1i. Rnllerla C.. 194. Stickgoltl. Alun C., 184. Slickgzold. Robert A.. 44. 45 Sticklur. Stickrzxtl 1111111 K.. 104. '1s2. 1. Slmryn. 186. Stiefel. 1'1u11'a1't11'.. 39. 89. 90, 163. Stillwell. 11'i11iz1n1 D.. 163. Stingl.S11sz111j..3-1.76. 177. Slncktuii. 101111 H.. 174. 91.11-11011. P111-1.111 C.. 30, 32. 69, 173 S11111111111. C1111-1-1 11.. so. 175. Stokes. Mur1'iaL.. 69. 76. 111. 176. . 68. 75. 183 S111111111. C111-111J., 79, 110. 198. Stolliin. Patti S.. 106. 196. s11111.111. 1111111111 J.. 811. 95. 184. 910111. L111111 J.. 99, 198. St1111e1'111z111. Lee D.. 190. 194. Stone. Elizabetli S.. 79. 197. Stone. E11cnR.. 53. 73. 163. s11111i1'11. P11111 J.. 37, 82, 93, 163. Stork. Kutlileen 66. 163. S1131111. june II.. 198. Storm. Lnrzx 186. Stott. 11i1.'11:1e1 26. 163. Stover. ,1z1L'1111L'l111c. 163. Stralmrii. Ma1'gz11'et17.. 29. 180. 183. Straus. ,Iznnes li.. 198. Slrutts. Melvin L.. 111. 163. Strauss. Sn'z1n9s. .1n:11111e. 54. 163. Steven 11.. 27. 44, 163. Strcll. 1'11i11ip C.. 78. 198. St1'i11g1el1u1v. 1S:11'11a1'11 P.. 33. Slriilglellow. june. 34. 106. 113, 163 St1'i11gfe11m1'. Steven. 115. 163. St1'i11g1c11n1v. 11'altr1' A.. 86. 182. Strolun. Strnlinie 11iu1111e1 190. 196. ie1'. Klaus. 163. St1'u11ec11. K111'e11A.. 69. 176. St1'11Le1'. Bz11'11:1rz1A.. 30. 32. 33, 106, 2 Sl11211't. 13111161111 K.. 99. 180. 186. 51111111111-. 151-11-111 11.. 21, 39, 67. Gs. , 'G 11. Sl111ls.S11i1'1e1 E.. 26. 163. S1n11z. Riu11u1't1S.. 40. 104. 185. Sturgis. Rolmci-1 111. 186. Sturni. 111111121111 K.. 77. 198. Snblet. 171111114 li.. 178. Suertli. Ruseliiairv A. . 197. S111ge1'111u11. Szxliflru. 163. S1111:i11.j:111'14..30. 32.33. 180. 184. Sullivan. 17e111v1'z111C.. 64. 69. 175. Sullivan. Dennis 49. 176. 5111111 1111. Mark 90. 19-1. Snndlierg. janet L.. 65. 79. 177. Sutton. 11it'11z101. 163. Swain. Peter. 66. 180. 187. S1vz111se11. Cliristinc. 26. 28. 126. 163. Swurtz. 11111i1vn AI.. 59. 80. S1v:11'z111:111. Steven R.. 174. Sn ayzc. J11111. 192. Swvtlc. 501111111 111.. 175. Snccliuy. Daniel L.. 185. S11'ee1.ff11u1'les11'.. 12. 23. 24. 37, 5 S9 141.163, 3 101. 163. Swiiiynrcl. Alfrccl. 164. S1111111. 1.111111 S.. 187. 91.-1111.1-. J111111 W.. 86. 90. 91. 95, ls" 5111510111 5211111111 L.. 194. 911111111 J111111 ci.. 24. 164. Swnpc. Mz11'1'i11R.. 27. 29, 32. 33. 164 S1111-11. ,l1111it11K.. 188. 911111. 111.11111 1v..s6. 196. Syferl. K11111leen E.. 22. 26. 32. 69. 177 Syninns. Szyinnns Shirley 45. 164. ki. Peter 44. 77. 186. T Taber. Lu111'11,1.. 190. 195. Tulnizltlgu. Ri1'11111'11E.. 104. 173. 1111711111111 1' 1 lk 182 '1'1111iu11. '1'11rno11'. .111'1a1't '.. 1'1 . 111l1'iL'e11:.. 111. 190. 194. 1iic11z11't.1 fi.. 115. 177. Tatel. 1.111111 111.. 194. Tatlcl. Fred 27. 114. 164. i1i:11111c11svu. 111111: 111. 193. 1 1111110115 1z111lJe1'. ee. '1'1m111:119 11.. 26. 174. 15111'1'v1'.. 86. 184. 1111ln1'. Alison S.. 190. 196. Iuylor. ,1e1111i1'c1' S.. 32. 187. 1 uvlnr 1 1111011 . Leslie. 192. 111z11'f.Cn1'et A.. 106. 179, 188. '1'a111n1'. Muriniiss. 189. 195. '1'z1y1n1'. 1Y1111cy H.. 77. 195. 910111 lxcrg Steinberg fiteinlmerg Stci111J1:1'LE S11-i1111:rg 8lci1111e1 f . -121110 111. 196. . .love-p11S.. 59. 62. 63. 78. 174. . 111L'11:1c1. 64. 99. 194. . 11i1'i111n. 33. 180. 182. . 1111111111 111.. 40. 180. 184. . 11':1x11c C.. 193. 511111.14 J111111 1.13. Steinnizin. 1?.11w111'r1. 56. 1-11. 163. Steiner. Nm'tfr11 177. Stcntz. 1101111ie 163. Slc11tz.fI111'r11e S.. 197. Slepclnni. Dtniglas A.. 115. 184. Stepliens. 1'Jel1r11'1111,I.. 28. 66. 182. Stephens. Crcgnrx A.. 191. 193. St1:p11c11s. 11111113111 fl.. 23. 38. 95. 103. 1 19 11341 Stepliuns. 11'i11ia111 J.. 183. Stepliensnn. A1111111' R., 75. 190. 194. Stun. .'111lCl'1. 39. 55. 163. Stern. Allan 1'1.. 38. 65. 180. 186. 310111. 151111111111 163. Stern. Cary 11.. 40. 97.180. 181. Stern. 1111111111-1 A.. 190. 195. Slc1'11l1a11n1. 11a11'1' 49. 78. 190. 195. 8lc1'1111e1'g. S11i1'1e1 A.. 172. Stevens. ,1a1netF.. 23. 419. 51. 64. 172. Ste1vu1't. Hal. 196. Ste11':11't. james D.. 163. Sle11'a1'l..In1111 1".. jr.. 27. 40. 85. 163. Stu11z11'1. 1'11ilip A.. 163. Sten 2111. 11'i11iu111 11.37. 63. 65. 163. Teegzircleii. '1'01r1us li.. 21. 35. 40. 90. 91 186. '11ee111z1n. 5115111180 22. 26. 27. 30. 34. 127 164. '1'e11e1'. 1Sz111Ju1':1 111.. 32. 34. 73. 105. 164. ilielfcr. M:11'ilce11'.. 196. Tenney. L1n11e1...30. 192. '1'c1'1'L1. Penelope. 164. '1'el0l1. 1.111111 E.. 59. 141. 164. '1'l1uln1:1n. Gayle. 164. '1111:11n1:1nn. 51111111711 M.. 27. 16-1. V1-1121tC11ur. Nancy L.. 65. 66. 79. 173. T1111111111. M111-111.1 G.. 69. 1751. 184. '1'11en1111111. .I01111 11.. 26. 177. '1'11eo11z1111. Stephen 11'.. 90. 99. 198. '1'11i1n1z1n1. Steve C.. 1611. Tlimnzt. C1111 11.. 186. T11nn12111. Dennis. 177. '1'11n1nz1w. 111'11ce F.. 69. 187. '1'11111nz1s. llretclien. 196. '1'11o111as. l11i1'11a1el R.. 21. 22. 23. 164. '1'l1t1111:1s. Pzttricizn L.. 187. Thonizis. SlJ1lll61..38. lS2. Tlimnas. Susan A.. 193. '1'11f1111z1s. '1'11c1'es:1 A.. 172. '1'11o111us. 11111111111 L.. 97. 187. '1'l1o11111sn11. Alexaiitlcr 11.. 190. 195. Tlmniztsoli. Dennis R.. 53. 65. 177. T1111111psm1. .11111 S.. 65. '1'l10111ps1111. fiavnlc li.. 86. 182. '1'l1rn11pso11. ,1z1n1us. 164. '1'1111111ps011. Lxnn 11.. 194. Tlimiipsnxi. Xlclanie L.. 140. 164. 207 Thompson, Rnlmerl G.. 78. 190. 194. Thompson, Ruth 1.., 25, 27, 29, 32, 69. 177. Thompson, Stanley I., 35. 172. T1x0rn11urg11, Lois A., 193. Thorp, Carol A.. 184. Tluggcn, Bruce D., 22, 23,i17. 65. 82. 1 . Tliorsen, Diane L.. 198. Tlmrsen, Carol Lee, 27, 73. 16-1. Thorsen, james 11.. 39. 65. 164. Tlmrsen, Kristine E.. 196. Thorsen, Marcia M.. 25. 32. 69. 176. Thorsen, Richard P., 65, 86, 187. Tidcman. Tienson, Gai1E.. 16-1. Brian C.. 66. 99, 198. '11i11'any,Lint1aL.. 106. 172. Tiger, James K., 63, 164. Timm, 1-1er11erlA., 23, 25. 37. 90. 91. 141, 164. Timmerman, 111c1inr1uL., 25, 69, 73, 105, 164 Tinen, Janice A.. 193. Verne, Cary R.. 100. 198. Yurnc. Micliacl L., 67. 104. Vetter. Ceorge1V.. 90. 91, 180. 186. yimr, Am, D.. 27. 30. 76. so. 176. Yiczlrickc, Vinginia K., 64. 187. Yinnudgc, Susan C., 44, 105. 1015. 1123. 142. 154. Yluzny, Jeanne C.. 107. 164. Vngcl. Elizahctli. 31. 165. Ynigls, 1ln1xcrl,1.. 2-1, 37. -10. 82. 118. 119. 174. Vulckins. 1Vi11iain. 97. 19-1. Von Ammon. Vin-luria. 19-1. Vnncsh, Eleanor M..f10, 67. 127. 176. Voss. Dnyifl P.. 175. Ynss. Donald E.. 1911. Voss. Gera1n11f.. 39. 165. yfiysey. Peierb.. rss. 73. 179. 180. 184. Vysr. '1'110n1as E.. 100. 197. VV 11'av1c. J011Ixnna B.. 106. 169. 177. While: Kathleen C.. 51. 77. 189. 190. 193. Tinklxam, Richard W., 22. 23. 38. 99, 185. Tisdall. Susan YV.. 21. 29, 49. 195. Time, Sum G., 66, 164. Tobias, Nina P., 49. 66. 79. 195. Tobin, David L., 38, 180, 184. Tobor, ,Ioyce F., 26, 164. Todd, David L., 198. Tm11iunlcr, Susan, 79. 195. Tokarsky, Robert 1.. 172. Tomb, Ellen J., 35, 76, 107. 164. Tomb, Eric T., 35, 180. 185. Toms, Annu, 20, 67, 127, 164. Tonk, Donelia L.. 106. 198. Tonk, Haniplon S.. 73. 77. 164. Topping, '1'1ia1ia A., 31. 32, 80, 164. Tourtc11ol,Ho11yC., 77. 182. Townes, jonathan B.. 177. Towncs, Mary, 54. 190. 192. Yvzigner, Joseph, 33. 1 15. 137. 1Va1i1r:r, liruce A.. G-1. 77. 192. 1Ya1c1. 1 1:-nc: L., 78. 99. 197. Wald. Ellen B.. 190. 198. Waldman. 1Vi11i:nn H.. 82. 165. Wa1 dn, Wales. E1iza1nc!11S..G4. 160. 185. nw-,V B., 190, 195. 1 1Yu11acr, 11..,-01,-.. 24. 27. rss. ms. ywrm-. Mar1:,2fi. 27.56.61 116. 119. 114. Walker. Ray 100. 115. 118. 195. Vfalling. Tlimnas ll., 184. 1Ya1ler, 1Javi11C..39.!i7.69. 17-1. Walter. ,lolin R., 103, 192. Walters, Marilyn M.. 26. 77. 172. 1Ya1t0n.,1:1lnes D.. 190, 196. VVangc. Susan C., 198. 1Vzuigcr. Susan. 65. 79, 195. 1Varc1. licvcrly 1... 23. 30. 194. 165. Tuwnsend,01iverK., 111, 11. 44, 96. 102 164. Townsend, Virginia K., 32. 106. 188. Trace, Sheila H., 29, 31, 33. 45.164 Trainer, john E., 194. Wei n1s1: Trauiu, Bonnie M., 32. 67. 68. 79. 172. Traweek, james H., 96, 175. Trcadwcll, Lawrence, 193. Trehy, Lawrence S., 175. Trer1we11, 1Vi11iarn11.. 90. 195. Tregay, George W.. 114. 186. Tressel, Hurry K., 67. 69. 1-14. 16-1. Trihhcy, Barham L.. 29. -11, 50, 173. Trocky, Roberta L., 184. Troeslcr, Robert N., 26. 164. Trum, Alice V.. 25. 29. l11,f1f1. 164. Trom, David E.. 26. 27. 164. Trossman, Don C., 198. Trossman, Mark A., 90. 99. 197. Troy, Stephen E., 55. 78. 193. Truyer. Melvin L., 38. 68, 187. True, Elizabeth J.. 30. 106. 107. 126, 169, 173. Trnesr1a1e, MiC11ac1 S.. 186. Tru1:en1Jr0r1, Robert 11.. 35, 65, 65, 90, 99, 196. Trukenbrod, Thomas K., 90, 193, 197. Tucker, Cynthia M.. 180. 182. Tuc1:er.Gilli1m L., 30. 64, 106. 137. Tu11y, Marianne K., 30. 1911. Turek, Mark A.. 77, 195. Turek, Terryl J.. 30. 31. 164. Turner, ,lean 1.. 27, 30. 59. 173. Turner, Richard 11.. 40. 50. 182. Twenlvman, Elizabeth P.. 33. 75. 79. 109. l90,'198. ' ' ' U Uclesky, joan, 198. Udcsky, 1i0ber!A., 170, 178. U11ric1i, Janet L., 16-1. Unger, Ronald B., 142. 164. Unger, Vvingate C., 22, 23. 31. 32. 33. 77 133. Urquhart, Caro1, 49, 192. Yvnrd. A. Dianne, 22. 26. 30. 31. 32. 140 143. 165. 1Varc1ncr, Rolfe 11.. 196. 1Val'c, Linda M., 30. 69. 77. 106. 107. 177. 1V:u'c, S1n:rry1 L.. 177. War1ic1d, Donald K.. 175. 1Yur1mvcr. Stvphcn H.. 24. 25. 40. 35. 118.1G9. 170, 174. W...-nur, crawl A.. 197. VV:u'rcii. ,1n1in 35. IS3. 1Yuter1rnry. Donald A.. 91. 197. VVutcrf:l11, Susan 68. 184. XValerinan, Ann 20. 22. 42. 43. 51. 55 68. 79, 165. Wulcrslrum1l, jennifer. 65. 184. Yvatkins, 111arj0ric 11.. 77. 189. 193. 1Yulkins. Nancy J.. 65. 176. Xvalsun, Clare. 165. V1'atson. 1Javic1O., 156. Watson. 1i01J1:rtC.. 97. 198. 1Vnx1cr. Laurence M.. 22. 165. V1'axinan. Nancy R., 30, 190, 196. yycakf, Cn, v.. 26. 27. 73. 165. 1Yea11icr10rc1, Stephen K.. 23. 37. 82. 174 1VeaL1ierf0r11. Susan C.. 23. 198. 1Yeut1icrforc1. '1'110mus C., 68, SG. 95. 169 V1'c11cs , Peter LZ.. 183. V1'e11s, Dune T.. 78. 187. NVe11s, james H.. 175. NVe11s, John K., 77. 19-1. 1Yc11s,.lo1n1 W.. 11I.G. 165. 194. 1Yr:11s, Nancy. 173. V1'u11s, Suaanne1'.. 110. 190. 197. 1Yc11s. Thomas 132. Yvendn -A el Barbara 69 70 1417 'g.' j........ Wenrlnngcl. N1uryL.. 32. 67. 69, 165. XVcnzc1, 11enyI.., 65, 79. 106. 108. 110, 113. 187. VVCH1. Lee A.. 180. Vverner. David 176. V1'erLylner, Frederic C., 116. 132. mn, licver1yA., 33, 64. rm. 173. Wvcsl. Douglas A.. G3. 192. 1Ycst. lznnes K.. 194. 111051. n.wid,'69. 165. 111651. Mz1rg1'ctA.,33, 106. 180. 184. 1Ycsrcr11o1d, Karen E.. 196. 1Yesler1nan, James S.. 86. 115. 182. Wfeslinc. Carolyn L. 173. Welzcl. 1Vetze1, 1Ycx1er 1Ycx1cr Fredrick R.. 192. Susan J., 177. ,Mm 73. 193. . X1i1'1lac1 L.. 25. 38. 40. 113. 116. 141. 7165. A Wheaton. Paula. j., 30, 32. 33, -1-1. 68, iso, 185. svimicr. mu, A.. 21, 22. so. 180, 135. W:1igc1er. 11nro1f.1 C.. 54. 611, 1815. W1fby,1,p1i?gax'o1ilic 11., 27, 30, 33. 59. 106, w1.gp,51e, C-harlcs J.. 99. 190. iss. 1V1,gJ5p1c, Je11rey T.. 103, 1215, 179, 181. xv1.g.c,'A.me. 69, 105. 107. 108, 165. W1f::5,?gga1d B.. 35, 40, 67, ss. vo, 119, wime' Henk.. N.. 30. rss. iss. while. Pmela L.. 21.30.-19, 140, 165. White. Perer '1'..f165. i 1V1liLe, Robert P.. 22. 77. 115, 165. W'1nIc Sherry M.. 193. 1V1iilc, Thomas S., Jr., 85. 90. 91, 140. 180. 187. Wchh, David V.. 65. 73. 165. W'c1J11, lucly S.. 182. wrlyb. Kuzlileen 1... 31. 165. VVcbb, Nancy K.. 30, 184. 1'Vch1Jc, Ric1iarr11Y., 85, 170. 173. XVe11cr.Davir1C., 63. 74. 175. Nvellster. fiallicrine: 69, 175. ywclnci-. ,Indy 1... 174. Wcddiniz. 1fdw1nC.. 77. 90. 193. VVeec1. Frank J.. 165. Worse. Laurence 11. . 178. mga.-so... Jerri-ry M., 77. 19s. 1Yci11cr. 1N1aryL0n. 165. Wei n be rg. Daniel R.. 35. 65. 175. 1Vein11erg. David A.. 174. VVcin1mvrg. Gail J.. 194. VVcin1vcrg, Mic1lac1 S.. 139, 175. rg. Ricllard II., 25. 86. 187. 1Y1iile. Virgziliu H.. 177, W1ntc1iouie. Pamela M., 165. 1Y1iilc1iursr. 1Vi11iam 11., 86. 186. 1Y11ile1aw. lirnfc M.. 97. 115. 193 1V1iilcsim1c. i1.,l.mr, 21, 24. 26. 31. 44. 106, 172. ' 1V11il1ng, Charles E.. 194. 1V1iilm0l'c, Donald 11.. 23. 40. 116. 174. 1V1iillenmrc. Carolyn S.. 21. 32. 110. 196. yvliygen-01-Q. 141.1111-3,1 D.. 21. 215, 21. 109. 1V1ii1w::11, Josephine L.. 30. 165. 1V11i1wc11. Marilyn K.. 109. 175. 1Yie1m1c1t,Cam111.. 107. 110. 196. 1YierncrS, Marguerite '1'.. 195. 1Vicncr. David P., 2-4. 178. 1Vilgfi:rs, C1lur10lle 22. 25. 26, 09, 73, Vjiggcrs. Nancy 73, 190, 192. Wiko11, Joanne L., 173. Wilcox. 1i01ie1'!1'1.. 54. 75. 76. 130. 186. 1Vi1L1t. Nancy E.. 82. 165. 1Vi11ie1m, Marilyn P.. 30. 165. YVi11ie1m, Pamela C., 29, 30. 80. 165. 1Vi11ie1in, 1Ya1!cr M.. 86. 180. 184. Wilk. Srephunie D., SO. 177. 1Yi111ins0n, 11111111121 K.. 79. 192. Winfield. Robert A., 99, 187. 1Vinic1:,Ne:11,I., 86, 87, 90, 185. 1VinsLnn, julia F., 188. Yvinlcr. Diana L.. 66. 189. 197. 1Yinler. Peter E.. 175. Wise, Elizabeth A.. 190. 195. YVis9xarl, Stephen F., 27. 37. 38. 65. 98. 1 5. Witkin. ,Ic11rey K., 74, 78. 192. 1Ville, E1iza1Jel1i. 49, 197. XVo1i1rnb. Sigrid, 34, 106. 140. 165. YV01ch, Teresa. 190, 192. 1Vo1ehcn, St:1n1cyA.. 27. 35. 39. 85. 102, 1715 111011. Cznlllerine E., 33, 73, 182. 1V01f, Gretchen, 22, 73, 106. 176. 111011, Sandra Lynne. 31, 33, 165. W011, Stephen A., 103, 192. Wnlfc, Susan C., 69. 183. Wn111, Barbara A., 30, 51, 180. 187. 1Vo111, Maurice G., 37. 65. 66, 92. 93. 140, 165. 1V0111', Ric11arc1 H., 35, 37, 44. 96. 141, 166. 1Vo111, '1'1iornas, 44, 97. 187. W'011um, Susan R.. 166. Nvoltz, john D., 67, 172. 1Vnod, Linda, 166. Wood, Sally, 165. NVOOL1. Susanna H., 67. 165. 1V0od1Jury. Bruce R.. 97. 198. Woodnll, James P.. 99, 194. VVond1lead, Thomas C., 176. Woodlock. James F., 165, 194. Woodward. Elizabeth D., 79. 198. V1'ool1elL, David, 27, 175, 196. VV0o11et1, Edith A.. 193. Yvoxherg. Ronald E.. 7, 56, 62, 166. Vvoznicki, Randall J., 187. Vvriglil. Kal1i1ecn L.. 31. 67. 58. 155. 187. 1Vrig1ll. Martha 22, 27, 31. 32, 44. 66, 166. Wright. Susan J.. 29. 142. 156. VVu, Evangeline. 29, 33, 166. 1Vu, George, 69, 180. 186. Wylie. David A., 63. 173. Wyndra, james J.. 193. YVyss. Becky YV.. 29. 30. 51, 106, 180. Y Yackel, Richard A., 74. 75. 186. Yackcl, 1Va1ter C., 74. 166. Ya11'e, Valerie M., 192. Yahl. Marilyn A.. 31. 166. Yale, Jacqueline li., 30, 33, 180, 183. Yates, David VV., 65. 184. Yates, Nancy A., 51. 72. 190. 193. Yeager, Linda S., 29, 190, 195. Yeager, Nancy L., 111, 180. 182. Yedor, James H., 186. Yeoman. John YV.. 44, 97, 183. Yesnick. Katherine S., 32, 197. 185. Yocum, Karen E., 32. 41, 49. 52. 177. Yonkers, John L., 100. Yonkers, Virginia C.. 197. Yost, G. Owen, 44. 68. 97. 186. Yost. Kat1x1ccn Ann, 69, 156. Young, Young, Elizabeth C., 187. Heidi E.. 29, 197. V Vail, Robert E.. S6.101. 184. Vandergraaf, Max, 78, 175. Van1.1erwickcn, Surah, GG. 73, 192. Van Ga11ow, Janice, 172. Van Gelder, Barbara. 22, 49, 175. Yan Horne, -Ian F., 20, 21, 22. 23, 27. 37 rss, 40, 82, 174. Van Kennen, Harriet C.. 21. 22. 26. 32. 77, 197. Van Meenen, Laureltc L., 197. Van Schoor, ,Ian C., 175. Van Schoor, Susan. 31, 50. 164. Van Treuren, P1iy11is. 164. VVcin1Jcr5:ul'. 1io11erlA.. 53. 172. VVeiner, Lowell M.. 39. 175. 1Vein1i0use. Karen L.. 127. 155. VVeinn11'. Marlin L., 130. 185. 1Vcinslrin, Gail 1.. 23. 173. Weisdorf. Dcburali I.. GG. 190. 196. NVeiss, E11in 111. 187. 1VeisS, Hzlrvey S.. 170. 1VcisS. 11cne. 165. 1Veissen1uer55er. Eric C.. 97. 101. 194. 1Ye1c11, ,1u1in ls.. 65. 66. 77. 190. 19s. 1Ve1c1l. 1"zl1ric1: 39, 79. 178. 1Vc1v1i. 1iic1iarc1. 104. 182. 1Ve1C1i, Sarah A.. 20. 1015. 165. We1c1u.Sy1via A.. 41. 54. 5.5. 65. GG. 106 11.15. 1Vi11. Frederick A.. 86. 180. Wi 1 len. Gerald S.. 193. wgiimm. 1'nlricia,I., 185. sx'.S2i1e.luf1iafd K., 27. 42. ss. sz. 90, 1Vi11iams, Deborah B.. 73. 192. 1Vi11inms, Dora D., 31, 165. 1Vi11iz1ms, Jennifer 1... 68. 188. 1Vi11iain s.,Iu1inC.. 39. 95. 103. 186. 1Vi11ia1ns. Lynn 1... 79. 105. 107. 108. 110. 165. ' ' ' 1Vi11iznn 1111113111 S, Susan ff.. 195. son. Iiarbarzi II.. 180. 184. 1Vi1mol. Mark L.. 65. 190, 192. 1V11s0n, Cheryl A.. 32, 33, 187. 1Vi1son. Edward 11., 100, 172. 1Vi1son, ,lumcs T., Jr.. 165. 1Vi1son, Marcia M.. 32. 33, 69, 176. NVi1son, Mary 31. 183. 1171150111 Pauuela 27. 30. 34. 69, 173. NVi1son. Philip S.. 165. 1Vi1S0n. Priscilla P.. 27. 30, 44, 107. 176, Wilson, Susan 1V.. 196. Wilson, '1'11oinas F.. 27. 165. 167. XYi1sun. William S.. 45. 198. 1Vi1s0n. VVo0C1r0w V.. 173. Winans. james, 165. 1Vinc11iorsl. 1'alriL'iu L.. 180. 182. 1Vix?11m1'sl, Susan C.. 25. 30,f11, 55. 59. 1 2. V Van ler, Carson H.. 71. 184. Ve1C1e, Frec1eric1: L.. 173. Ve1c1e, Katherine E., 25, 30. 3-1. 106, 164. 108, YVe1c1l. Yvnync 17.. 35. 65. 192. VVc1L1, Marguerite. 173. A Weller, YVi11iuin YV.. 165. XVincbcrg. Elisalmcth. 111. 180. 184. wmelmg. mlm-,I 41.. fsl. 137. 175. Young, Robert YV., 178. Young. Thomas D.. 185. xbungbefg. E11imA., 22, 26, 35. 67, ss, 77. 172. Younghergz, Harvey. 39, 40, 114, 115, 178. Yonnghusband. Jill L.. 34. 173. Yudell, Barry j., 38, 57, 73, 79, 104, 141, 1617. Yude11,,Ianice S., 29, 30, 49, 106, 190, 194. Ynrmun, Cary J.. 198. Z Zagel, Karen L., 166. Zarbin, Benay S.. 48, 176. Zegers, 1Va11er, 180. 185. Zeidman. Nancy, 65. Zeigler, Sherilyn K., 63, 166. Zeller.A1bertS., 22, 27, 174. Zenoff. Kathryn E., 109, 190, 195. Zeutschel, Donald YV.. 183. Zielke, Anthony, 68. 184. Zielke, jon T.. 174. Zimher. jeff F., 86. 90. 91, 186. Zimhero1f,Dnnna R., 23, 25, 49, 63, 67, 76, 79, 172. Zimmerman, Fred L., 104, 190, 192. Zimmerman, Patricia II., 41. 65, 106, 185. Zimmerman, Sheldon C., 166. Zimi-ing. Richard K.. 26, 174, Zin1ci1, Roy II., 37, 65, 89, 90, 91,166. Zopp, john P., jr., 104, 166. Zopp, Patricia J., 172. Zuidema. Nancy. 33, 76, 186. Zuskzx, A11mertj.. 23. 78, 172. Zuska. Susan A.. 196. ff1'lrlo1L'lf?dgw11f'11tx: Virforin Brlrrvlt, rowfr dfsiglzj Photo Sw'fviz'1f of KY'-IL' Trim' Ifigh School, fllr. Don Smith, sujlervisorj The Bcfrzzir Studio, Efvzznxfozz, Illinoisg Erozzomy ddwrtisizzg Comjmny, jrri11t0r, lo-wa City, lozvzlj fahn and Olfier Engraving Company, Chirago, 1I!inoi.f,' the S. K. Smith Conzpazzy, fowr uzrzfzufzzrturwi, Clzirzzgo, Iliinois. 208 I L 1 w 1 5 1 i 1 v w w K


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