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

 - Class of 1963

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MWWQMMW 4 42 76 98 112 162 246 246 UW Mwymw ,L we no hxrmlwzi Ma 1"1"""L'L ifg'1rr,.1iff'iNl11i ' M115 ' 1,.1,M1WM neiidvwi hlgil-ggbgca CONTENTS Tllli XYXDRLD or NEW TRIER LEADERSIIIP AND SERVICE, Student Council, 44, Pep Club, 49, Clubs, 50, C-irls' ClIIb, 62, Tri-Ship, 68, "N" Club, 70, Service Organizations, 71. TIIE ARTS: Drama, 78, Music, 84, Opera, 90, Lag- niappe, 93. COMMUNICATIONS: Debate, 100, WNTH, 102, Play- lmck, 104, Jnklivlgx, 105, Language Magazines, 106, News, 108, EcIIoEs, 110. ATHLETICS: Football, 114, Soccer, 118, Track, 120, 134, Basketball, 122, Swimming, 126, Wrestling, 128, Cym- nastics, 130, Baseball, 132, Golf, 135, Tennis, 136, Team Pictures, 137, Cv.A.A., 150, l.M., 156. PI50l'Ll3: Faculty and Administration, 164, Seniors, 178, Juniors, 210, Sophomores, 222, Freshmen, 234. ORGANIZATION lNDIEX STIIDENT INDEX Q 91 ' Lf ,5 vi , .es if Q , .X k 1 V+ 'N ,T 1 I -Q' Q 'X X K X X ' Q xygbt had 'P ' g l z- . S., 5 5 2 - 1 I- Q S-X , J. 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X si' Q3 " H 'M 51 f-LifV'Tf, X P'fee.fJ-H ,Qfisffm iw " X M -ff X W 42- P ' by ' SQ, i f Liiyfi, -Kiwi, 3' ' T qffa: J H' 4-?a 1 -.J X P1'Eff'iwf: , if -2 ff U -fir f' . ,, 1 1' 'kv Q iw "' 9 3 Y A Q Www 'ating 'lf fm is 6 Q , ia W, Zu av I, v if ' 3 321' u Qf li W, Q5 5, 'N 4 as 3 .ff 'V Q., 47? 'ff .. g" f1:. 53 :M ' f fi ' Q11 , f ea. Q 5 Qui, " W ,wi . .. YQ ,L Q l. Q if ,gag - A .Ja A 21 in MX I .F in yr S2 ..--5-a1l"""" ' ,fl W kit , .V QQ, .5 , i 5 wk :X V- Q ' ' 'L 136 , " XM n gi i Q , 3 'L if .aim N IH!! 1 is Sli 1 QV' yas H--A 42 5" And memories vague of half-foi Not true nor false, but sweet to I William Morris, fTbe d UH nl i ,A'i:am'H'vgmn 1 i ,,,,,K.o,,,,g X, , 1W'WmCiff 1' " 5" ifiE.I:Q,1UH3Wiq .4 5 1 1 fri' 1 - ,Q iw 1 if QW' 'M 1 ff- ' 1 N ., kwa' Q5iQ?f,Xih.., J . t f -?,.'fw,i,QM' K ALMYM. ,ef-.KL i W1 . fx A - f 5 5 4 ii - X f ,WA ,- 2- --', - wx uf '-N' m-fi,g.,a1 53-,,krj,i?F jigs. S, , X ww. ky 2 W . ,. -z A , S 1, K ,fn 'N-T -ww nf: 1 A lf, Q, s pf 'x ,. ,,.-+3 ,,k.w , .W Aw., . - ,f,Mf"N Q Q5 A 4 ,, ff :isa Voting working grinning guiding guarding counting giving joining joking rushing helping asking dancing paying sparkling fflvrdmrl fE0rdUnl Davin Foshan President Rnnznr jatzonsou Vice-President Kuuau Aivnznsorz Secretary Sus an YVATER FALL Treasurer STUDE T CCLINCIL CHALLE CES .T. APATHY IJVERCDMING THE STIGMA DF AN UNRESPDNSIVE STUDENTRY, COUN- CIL BEGAN TCI DEMCINSTRATE THAT IT WAS IN MANY WAYS NECESSARY TCI THE SCHDDL. Student Council carried on a fine tradition of service and leadership despite manifold population problems. Amidst the general confusion of Councilis work there was much that was routine: administering the study halls and library, chartering new clubs, and passing the annual Bermuda Shons Bill, but there were also several honest attempts, some of which were very successful, to reach the individual student and bring him closer to Council. Much attention was given to the natural separation between Council and the freshmen. During the first semester a bill was passed which scheduled all freshmen to attend at least one Council meeting in order to get acquainted with the organization. Later in the year, another bill was passed which allowed each freshman advisor room to elect, shortly after the beginning of the first semester, a representative "observer" to give the class better com- munication with Council. Recovering from their annual shock over school apathy, the Board members and reps made concrete efforts to increase interest in Council. Bill Reinsch as new head of Honor and standard bearer of the Code of Ethics introduced the Honor Poll, an inquiry circulated in all English classes designed to make students think about their concepts of honor and ethics. As an aid to the student, the College Hour was established during which upper- classmen had the opportunity to talk to last year's graduates and to discuss with them their various colleges. Steady and intensive effort on the part of the heads of Lunch Hall and their commit- tees produced noticeable improvements in the conditions. Such innovations as the separate milk and juice lines were successful attempts to minimize confusion. lncited by the scarcity of food during eighth period lunch and unimpeded by the proximity of graduation, the seniors unselfishly strove to pass legislation, for future upperclassmen, which would reverse the order of lunch and advisory periods, thus enabling seniors and juniors to eat in the more desirable fifth and sixth lunch periods. During the year, Council participated in a number of local and state conventions, one of which was held at the Sherman Hotel in Chicago. At this meeting, New Trier won first prize for their display on the functions of Student Council. Such recognition was indicative of the respect that Student Council continued to command, not only outside but inside the school. ln spite of their diverse legislation and intensive publicity campaign, Council was not able to overcome the challenge presented by the high percentage of students who were in- different to the procedings of the organization. This problem, always a serious one, may soon be alleviated, for the new officers outlined many plans with which they hoped to combat this apathy during the following year. W ' k , n - ' -Zvg . ' . - M . L x. F B Q' - Ay., x C'l1.mx.Es nl,RNS'l'IEIN Nll'.l,IND.l Nix Ruin um Du xlsmx jour: Su uni Dining Ilnll Dining Hull Ilmmr Library 3 .ini we i Ronnnu Pol.1.u x Publicity S L Q I , ', QQ JANE KORFF Studi Hall Ru num Iln1.numuzL Slullx Hall JOHN Konus K l'nils and Spirit lhu rn M1 I.lf1'.xs .huns EUSTIS XIEIKIIXETH Howum Rm-mio.. siren sum-6 Sus HUNTER Social Council Town Meetings were. if anything, even more infor mal than the representahve lneeungs. fcllflftlhl we 3 ur Q 1' f w ,fe sw, ' x. Nag C- 5 , il' x?". u lm N1 fi: if his XM, K gf ,Q 3303089-" '5- 22. if 5 ,x Q-I K mf b Qx S A 3 -:mf x . M . ,NN rvlvv '.,i".:'l p . -5-:Y V , 1,rQ 'Q v ix, Ln . '. 4- ' 'T 1 ' 3' VB 3.5 Q is '51 QQ gg Ev! .Q 3 'Q 'c 69210 I - 1 .,,,. 493 i 1.31 Q fe is Q 'ed' I rg, FP 4 M, C , SECOND SEMESTER COUNCIL OFFICERS: Nip Dun- can, Bill Malngen, Sue Tisdall. and Marc Bard. flfaul Mr. llird and Mr. Gnstafson, Student Council sponsors frequently exchanged views on Council trends. lR!I1l, Conncil-sponsored study halls provided lxolli a quiet study atmosphere and entertainment for all. llfllrrprlkl SGS we Qi. R Y. 4, qv -X ffm" 4 in V. 'Li :mi gZi5i'2'f 31: Sa ' -1, 1? mi . .J,x:.qgf,g 36 ig F 5 3 'LG B 2 .1 I 3 Z f zz ' C- ff ' 9 j Y fjff Q if .5-:l'?""' . 4 - PEP CLl'l! BOARD-FROINI TOP: Baer. Epstein. Hult- man. Gardner. Milwed. Stein. .Xntlc-lman. Tliorseu. Chris- tell. li-1r'llf1f'.vj CLUB Pep Club's active program of promoting school spirit in- spired a greater sports attendance than ever before, For the first time, Pep Club sent a bus load of New Trier fans to the Centralia basketball tournament, A new Pep Club point system, encompassing attendance at swimming, gymnastics, wrestling, football, basketball, and baseball events, boosted the number of New Trier spectators and encouraged Pep Club members to attend a variety of athletic meets. XVith a growing member- ship of 800 girls, Pep Club re-organized its records by making a file card for every girl. ln order to explain Pep Club's pur- pose, booklets were distributed to all freshmen girls. Members rallied together weekly to practice cheers and create enthusiasm for the weekend sports events, Huge Pep Club signs, plastered across the dining hall walls, publicized games and stimulated student interest, The climax of the year's events was the Pep Club banquet, when the new cheerleaders and board members were announced. VARSITY CiHlCERI.EAIJERS-KNEELINCI: Kellogg. Duncan, Soderstroni. lielnn. STANDING: Burns. Button. White. Elliott. Hultuuui. Stolkiu. Ligglitner. Herlxst. lRlllli SUPIIUMORIQ Clllililil.lf.XDERS-l"RON'I lioltlman. Skor. Becker teaptainj. tltauj RUNV: Maloney. Healy. Turner. Rl-LXR: Founder and past president of Aesculapians, jean Mcjohn- ston conducted the election for the president who was to replace her. lRauJ The AESCULAPIANS, who derived their name from the Creek god of medicine, began their second year as a club under the direction of Mr. Swoap. President jenn fllcjolmsion, Vice- President Qrnnt Iilcleml, and Secretary-Treasurer Lucy Non- roe continued to serve as the officers until early spring when new officers were elected. The purpose of the club is to inform and encourage prospective medical students and, with this goal in mind, approximately forty members made several trips to Evanston Hospital where they toured the X-ray and adminis- trative departments. A number of doctors, one of whom lec- tured on internal medicine, were invited to speak informally at the meetings. CLUBS Astronomy Club sponsor. Mr. Cox. and members Bill Al- schuler and Mark Ringel. work on this year's project: a telescope. fChf'rfu1hj Inspired by the presence of four new exchange students from Australia, Malaya, japan and Norway, the AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE CLUB began a year of activities under the leader- ship of President jim illiller. Working in co-operation with the adult AFS chapter, the other officers: Vice-President Peggy Tulum, Secretary Sally Sherman, and Treasurer Nancy 'Wigger5, and the club members presented the Annual Foreign Film Festi- val. In December, the group expanded their intemational pro- gram by holding an open-house for foreign graduate students in the Chicago area. The yearis most exciting event was the week-end in March, during which members entertained nearly a hundred AFS students from all sections of Illinois bringing many people of different backgrounds together and thus en- abling them to increase their understanding of their fellow man. Wendy Sammeth pauses for a moment with a visiting ex- change student before joining the other AFS guests and their hosts at the IfVeekend Dance. Iffherfzakj ALPHA TRIERI, New Trier's astronomy club which con- sists of fifteen active members, met weekly under the super- vision of Mr. Cox. Although the most activity came in the spring and in the fall, members managed to keep busy during the winter by constructing a club telescope, by organizing a program under the AAVSO, and by taking field trips to neigh- boring observatories. The coming of spring afforded the club members occasions for more star parties at Duke Childs Field and an opportunity to expand its lecturing program on astrono- my at several local grade schools. For the second consecutive year, the club was headed by President Bill Jllscbuler, with flolm Lfrietinuan serving as the secretary. Sersicing the fish tanks is only one of the varied Aqua- rium Club activities. ffiflfflflilj Approximately eight students participated in the ART SEMI- NAR, the purpose of which is to discus various works of art. Although the group elected no otiicers, different students, as well as Mr. Robert Kuennen, faculty sponsor, led the discus- sions. The Seminar is open to students from all classes. A sin- cere interest and an appreciation of art are the only requisites for membership. Under the guidance of Mr. Paumer, the BERNOULLIANS indulged in a year of successful mathematical discussions. For the First time, the club engaged in a group study-matrices. All members participating in the program purchased SMSG textbooks and did "homework" between the semi-monthly meet- ings. Other aspects of the meetings were problem solving ses- sions and matho-philosophical discussions. Mr. Kuennen and Sue Rosenberg Seminar discussion. fCli1'rpalal AQLIARIUM CLUB members need not have their own equipment to enjoy the cultivation of Fish. Club owned and operated tanks were available to those who wanted to breed fish. Several excursions were a part of the club's varied ac- tivities. The irregularly held meetings were presided over by President Drive Doxmtey, Secretary-Treasurer Ginnie Simpson. and Project Chairman Scott Kiiowles. Mr. Hoyt is the faculty sponsor. Rafael Sorkin. president of the liernoullians for the past tuo years. conteniplates an amusing problem. tfflirrfmhl . .,-::f3AWd'- -Q Mr mm. .... . , T ,.. YM 'i . ,.c......fi.-4 exchange sieus on a controversial painting during an Art c r K zsitie' Lse??gffsf::tff'4.a:f , gg , ., N sig-ws' -. -is . ,Q 4 Xi ,, ,et- pup. , 1 QL. .:,, reg s 11' sx-1ttaL4'e"fR5i1i.E.:'F'ZiA:3"3-E 5 in ef O x y ' . ,A X i. .Xml sputles were trump. Uiulll The CHESS CLUB enjoyed another year of successful tour- naments. Reciprocal matches were played between the New Trier team and that of Indianapolis High School. In addition, the intra-school and inter-school competition continued under the sponsorship of Mr. Gerol. The FILM GLIILD presents high quality films of an artistic nature to the student body at a minimum Cost. Under the sponsorship of Mr. McKendalI and the leadership of President jeff Holriiizrwx, Vice-President Qutlduni Graves, Secretary film'- iorie flleyvrs, and Treasurer Sliellvy Benmu, the film Guild ex- panded its program to include Elm production. Among the films shown this year were "Wild Strawberries," "A Nous la Liberte," and "The Gold Rush." As a result of considerable student interest, the BRIDGE CLUB was reorganized this year after having been inactive since 1961. The club inet every Thursday in the facility dining hall to play bridge and discuss various techniques of the game. Mr. jewell, sponsor, instructed and challenged the thirty mem- bers, ranging from beginning to advanced groups. Meetings were organized by Denim Qooiinmu, president, who with Mr. -Iewell and the members planned an intra-club tournament. Next year, the club hopes to arrange inter-scholastic bridge tournaments, including enthusiasts from the entire North Shore. Lelztnd Wehlmer sinugly prepares to put his up- ponent in check. IClIt'l'!7Hk, FILM GUILD-FRONT ROW: Iieinan. Henschel. Holin- gren. VVolIf. SECOND: Bernstein. Stern. Epstein. Graves. Mr. McKendaIl. Stezulry. Mt-Clave. Wheeler, Cutler. Uiaul Although organized only one year ago, the FOLK SINC- INCI SOCIETY has gathered over one hundred fifty enthusi- astic members. At the bi-monthly "hoots," New Trier students as well as guests from other schools performed and helped to stimulate interest throughout the township. The major event was the annual Festival, which this year featured the Chad Mitchell Trio. President jill Ifckhouse istandingl presides tlespoticulli over fellow inemhers Vicky Atlt-ock. Mary REISIIIIIZHI, and Ginny Simpson during 11 typically spirited French Club meeting. tlfllfrfialtj The hands of a future nurse put on a happy face to cheer :i hospital patient. IRIINI Reactions of rnetnhers of the Folk Singing Society vary at one of their niuny hoolenannies. Qfnxi FRENCH CLUB created an authentic atmosphere through lectures, plays, and infonnal discussions in French. Assisted by the sponsor, Mrs. Morris, the forty members of the club organized a Halloween booth, presented three short plays, and assembled a collection of stories and poems written by students for "Le Flambeauf' A trip to Chicago for the annual club dinner at a French restaurant completed the year's activities. The FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA CLUB enabled the fifty girls who participated in its activities to learn more about nursing as a possible career, The meetings, which combined lectures and held trips, were arranged and conducted by Presi- dent Nmicy 3'ulc's, Vice-President Peghly O'Bvicn, Secretary Betsy Blackburn, and Treasurer Pain Jlnrcen, 53 3 i At a Future Teachers of Anieriea meeting Joan Ford. Nancy Znidenia, ,luei Hanna. and Tracy Donaldson discuss the line points of teaching with Mrs. Lenard tsponsorl and Dr. Bristol. superintendent of joseph Sears School. l.'Tl'1lflI'.Yb Ihmwie Klee told the Geography Club about lns sunnuer in japan. f.44'Ii1u'xj un ' UI' to , GERMAN CLUBS most exciting project this year was the exchange of German and English text hooks with the students of Trier, W'est Germany. The forty members of the club sold candy and raised S180 for this project, Under the direction of Mr. Gould, the cluh met monthly to practice speaking German and to study German culture. The cluh also ran a booth at the Halloween party, where it was possihle to win German pretzels and root heer. The purpose of the FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA CLUB is to stimulate interest in all fields of education. Spon- sored by Mrs. Lenard, the club contained twenty-five upperclass members, meeting twice a month, Activities this year included lectures from guest speakers, field trips, films, and joint discus- sions. Memhers of the GEOGRAPHY CLUB met twice a month under the sponsorship of Mr, Peterson to discuss their travels and to show slides they had taken. The highwpoint of the year was the fourth annual hike from the South Side of Chicago into the Loop. The club also ran a Halloween booth, held a tradi- tional Christmas party at the home of President flown 170111, and took several other Held trips around the Chicago area. CEIKNIAN Cl.l'li-STANDING: Todd, Mr. Gould. livers. Danggirdas. SEATED: Seamon. ftlooij. ffillffflllkl ovY if 0 INTERFAITH BOARD-FRONT: Mr. Gregory lspon- sorj. Susie Naiburg. Dick Turner. REAR: Leslie Des- mond. Lynn VVhittem0re. Nancy Leahy. QGorrlonj Films, lectures, and student discussions entitled "That Old Time Religion" and "Religion and Reaction" highlighted IN- TERFAlTH'S year. Meeting four times at various houses of worship, Interfaith encouraged members of all classes to join in discussions to broaden their scope and understanding of their religion and the religion of their fellows. Under the sponsor- ship of Mr. Gregory, the Interfaith board was composed of Susie Nnilmrg, President, Leslie Desmoml, Vice-President, Dick iTin'ner, Treasurer, and Nancy Llenlny, Head of Publicity. Consuls John VVarren and john Lafferty discuss the classics at a Latin Club meeting. fRaul Consul jolm 'l-1-'m'rei1, Alter Consul flolm Lajlcrly, and a hier- archy of lesser oflicials presided over LATIN CLUB this year. The club, which is open to students from all Latin classes, served to promote interest in the Latin language and in Roman culture. Witli this aim in mind, Mr. Flaherty showed his slides of Rome and lectured at one of the meetings. The club also sponsored a fund-raising film under the direction of Dr. Drake and had several guest speakers. -fx' N N1 'L,L,ff ff fy f ,4,f S ' 1 , W'-'f 1 , t ,, . M W ,1 H Q-f 7 , I1 A ,..! K Q t L .fn ' ...wmv 1, ,Awe A r f f. -'Z' A-f" ' JZ . V - .gg-gfzizffbeyww -,gi 35?--, V.: .' x ' -1 ' f Y - A1 MM., ,gf 'M...,,M W - A N ' ' W-M- ffm:-v,:Q,..1""'ff"Q?'lQ ,f 'W W--:LW ,M wmv - ., L QQ ..k. in , guigg k af.-A v.,k,, . fi K 4wis Representative of the many varied and interesting lectures appearing before the Student Forum was Dr. Robert C. Coshev of Roosevelt I niversily, tlfoxl STUDENT FORUM is a newly organized club designed to interest the entire school body. People are brought to the school to speak on a wide variety of subjects. This year students heard speakers expound on the peace ballot business, literary criticism, and socialism. Each speech was followed by an extensive discussion period during which students aired their own views and were able to ask the speaker questions. One of the oldest clubs in the school, the RADIO CLUB included about forty members under the direction of Mr. C. F. Rockey. President flobn Dickinson, KQOWN, Vice-President Sandy Thompson, K9ETU, Secretary Nancy fl1cQray, Treasur- er flucob Bernstein, Chief Operator Greg Peterson. KQDCN, and licensed students carried on an active broadcasting pro- gram. For the first time there was a class in code and radio theory open to all students interested in amateur short wave communication. Mr. Rockey, sponsor. makes his presence known as President John Dickinson lectures to Radio Club. tRaul With the zitlient ol' spring. Boat lllnh members lloh llryznil. john Mercier. Pat llryauit. Russ lAIarlstroin. and Scott Walker resumed their aquatic' activities. fflfr. ffurlxlrnnil THE BOAT CLUB, sponsored by Mr. Carlstrom, took a boating jaunt to Lake Geneva and Fox Lake in the fall and a two-day trip to Stark Rock in the spring. Plans for the future include a water ski show and tournament. As many as Hfteen members have boats, which they shared with others in the club. Miss Slepaltis conjures up plans for Spanish Club with a group of interested students. iCll4'rlu1kl Ainidst ll maze of trees. skis and poles. Ski Cluh enthusiasts look forward to at clan of fun on the slopes. fI.nrx0nl As the increased membership of SKI CLl.lB indi- cates, more New Ttierites flock to the slopes every winter. This year over one hundred enthusiasts par- ticipated in the club. The group elected no oiiicers and assembled just when plans were in the oliling. The most important event was the February trip to Caber- fae, Michigan, for a weekend. The group also took several one-day jaunts to XVilmot during the season. Ski Club welcomes anyone wishing to try his hand at this most popular sport. The SPANISH CLUB, sponsored this year by Miss Stepaitis, provides the opportunity for the Spanish language to be spoken outside the classroom. The clulfs main purpose is, however, to interest students in Spanish-American culture. Under the supervision of this year's oilicers-president, Cecilia Rolniugler, vice-president, lim Riitlilock, secretary, Nancy Rialven- stein, :incl treasurer, Bnrlv 51'l1rt1eg1L'r'-the Spanish Club paid its annual visit to a Mexican restaurant. The Club, which has approximately forty members, allows no English to be spoken during the meetings. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Pereira, SAILING CLUB learned about the tnultitudinous phases of sailing. The mem- bers viewed color slides about such things as racing rules, and discussed their problems in sailing. The officers were Lee litnlcus, president, Qeonle iTret1ny, vice-president and treasurer, and Kay Ulm, secretary. Creatinff bu 'in' selling, and trading situations amonv stain C' el m e Z' ' and coin collectors is the main purpose of the STAMP AND COIN CLUB. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Neuman, films and lectures were held to inform the members of the proper ways of mounting their coins and stamps. One of the high- lights of the year was the all-school open house which featured the exhibits of the various members of the club. The YARN AND THREAD CLUB, sponsored by Mrs. . Courtney, provides instruction in knitting for all interested girls. Each winter and spring the best made sweaters are ex- hibited in the showcases on the main floor. This year's officers were Slmron Sclaovuin, president, iinnice Qtmrdu, vice-president, Suntiy Bulvlvi-e, secretary-treasurer, and Ellen Gultllwt-ity, projects A chairman. Ilowie Colden, coin ehairman, scrutinize:-z some of the many rare coins on display during a Stump and Coin Club meeting. flllirrfuzltj Janeen lVolin watelles intently its Janice Claarcle and Sharon Sehouiin tleinonstrate their finesse with knitting needles. KCJUHIOHI lthnc.uu:'r Srmuortn President GRINNING FRC WITHI GIRLS' CLUB CHEERFULLY ADMINIS- TERED ITS TRADITICINAL RESPCNSI- BILITIES CF CHARITY AND SERVICE. A stimulus of fresh ideas combined with the traditional Girls' Club enthusiasm in a wide range of activities demonstrated not only the strength but also the elasticity of the organiza- tion. The bi-annual canned foods drive, which Girls, Club sponsored with Tri-Ship, was a clattering success, and the paper-back book store contributed voluminous profits to the Girls' Club scholarship fund. The traditional Friendly Week revolved around "Crinners-from-XVith- inners," whose identities were the object of a smiling search. An unknown percentage of curious girls asked one another, "Are you a Grinner-from-YWithinner?" until eventually all of these lucky girls were no longer unknown. By the time Friendly Week had reached its conclusion, many girls learned that being amiable is easy and worthwhile. The usual competitive spirit of the New Trier United Fund Drive was changed to one of real charity due to Girls' Club's suggestion that there be no goal set. In this way, students could give freely, with no sense of being pressured into contributing or of having to exceed any predetemmined goal. Tradition at New Trier is perhaps one of the strongest forces in operation, and Girls' Club definitely has been influenced by it. However, tradition can be modified, the innova- tions on such time-worn customs as the Daddy-Daughter Dinner Dance, the Christmas-time magazine drive, and the spring fashion show demonstrated how much ingenuity can do. In addition to its money-raising and social projects, Girls' Club is to be commended for the constant effort" of club groups such as the library, nursery, infomlation, and school office staffs, the volunteer bureau, and the friendly sisters. ln a school whose size is becoming more and more unwieldy, Girls' Club graciously helped to relieve the administration of many problems. CI Mnjomn Mmm. Vice-President WIENDY Bxownen Secretary PAULA xVHEATON Treasurer Dum Ewnsnc: iairman ol the Reps B.uu1Alu S1'ln'xEu LLKRTIE jmous XlARY YVILSON KAREN I7lETlllCH 'l'uEl.uA ELDREDGE Projects Public Relalinns Service Service Social is 'JW' " .-Q Tw Jrm' l.Il'l'S Employment 1Sopl:. Asshl 1... i 2 X , f 1 NR . 'N " N owl g ,W , wr lx gg. P4'l'n1cl,x Iiurow KYl'liElllNli Bu KER LINDK Y0l'NG Financial Frcshmnn Friendly A meeting of the minds: Delnu Eldrellge. Celia farllle Carole Slet ens. and Thelma Elrlredge work together as members ol Girls C lub Social Committee. QArli11cxj jrnv F.u'l.xNzR M,uu:.mE1' Huuns lmum. S,uc.u'lN0 Murrow YVILES Financial Fiiicnrlly Properls Service lSoph. Assm fSoph. Assl.J 1Soph. Assnj lsnplx. Asenb 4- l . ' 1. W F tl -1.5 A N, x -, x t S' ff, l '. k 5 'W , . A il v i v v- I nk., f W , S ' , 1 ' Q . . r ,x X . ' vi ., 5' N --.. , , as r . - kj is 1 X Krrlumix SFIIIKOM JANE HEGGIE 121.121-xml: Enrzlilunnr GW llmfxxrr Art Charity Charity Employment N, r, , I vm-L N , w fe, of ,TQ ' , ' i,M.4f ,Q ci , f- tw, Miss JEAN Kxxuu.LEn Miss ANN DELlrA'rl: Sponsor Asst. Sponsor CLASS MANAGERS: Kathy Teeler Kelly. flfaul Becker, Delna Eldredge. K BM A j Q, dvif '7' 4 Q. " 6 Lv- .Q sh, I Q1 v 3, K.. W Y . :ff - 'S ' 2 4 E - , M ,Q N91 XMI qw x .,, N4,"'A ,AAI ilk - ,gin ' Q ! QP Q Tiff' I O , . y . f Si I if gf ff Q-I Q10 , W .gi K il l 'K ,fi if i if .5 fl 5 - f x ' :l'1:l':' L " -1- w vs se. Na! '-2' eu Ni? Sv' xv, .,4' v Q Q! . " "f 1 2" " x X 'x f 5 16' Ol!! OIQOOIQQQU '00 I, Ulllr Z. N281 isuya 'A Ag Qu , i 3 .. 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Y ,Wy .At , Wfirpif Yfiwgijkgfy' - 5, E QE f,-56 QE "Tv w-K ,vw- .JE lf, I 1 1 1 l Ronny Ronan, a member of Girls' Club Art Committee, helps prepare decorations for "Quite il Knight." this yenr's Daiddy-Duugliter Dinner-Dance. fAc!f1n'sl Bonnie Mclntosh ,exhibits her grace, her poise. and her knees. while trying out for the Girls' Club fashion show. lflrlijxfsj ALAN 0vsoN President JEFFREY Wmrruz Vice-President WILLIAM Bunson Secrclarv Scnuvuzn Hmmlanson Treasurer TRADITIONAL EMPHASIS O SERVICE TRI-SHIP, THE NEW TRIER BUYS' SERV- ICE DRGANIZATICIN. FULLY LIVED UP TCI ITS RESPONSIBILITIES. Since Tri-Ship's conception in 1925, service has been its middle name. The organization provided boys for the important services which needed to be performed in the complicated "organization" at New Trier. Boys volunteered their services through their advisories for the various service groups. Efficiency was promoted under service chairman Steve Lazzara, who re-organized many services and created the Gym Corps and the Driver Education Corps which were very helpful to these departments, Under traffic squad chairman Don Behm, the traffic problem in front of New Trier before and after school was alleviated and the infomiation desks, which directed visitors to the school to their destinations, operated well. This year Tri-Ship donated more money to scholarships than ever before while maintain- ing payments for renewal of scholarships for the years 1959-1962 totaling S8,700. The club also donated 31,000 to the Tom Nisbet Memorial Fund. The United Fund Drive, sponsored jointly by the Girls' Club and Tri-Ship, was run experimentally, following the suggestion of Bill Stephens, chairman of Charities. The drive had no specified goal except to promote the idea of "giving" As a result, the drive was con- sidered a great success because the amount which was collected was given willingly and not given because one was pressured into contributing in order to reach a set amount of money. To the three ideals of Citizenship, Fellowship, and Sportsmanship, for which Tri-Ship was founded, can be added a fourth: Leadership. By coping with Tri-Ship responsibilities, boys leam to live as adults. Srizvrx Liizzruu RANDOLPH Au:x.iNnEn Lancs GASTWIRTII Don Bum Wii.i.l.m Srzrnuns Przrsn Mmm. Service Chairman Usher Corps Public Relations Traffic Squad Clubroom S: Charities Dance-Chairman THOMAS NEWMAN Wu.i.i.xM LENHLSTEY W,u'Nr: Joimsren Rrux PAUL 'I'uoM.4s Nlsnm' STEVEN Scum: Ciuusrormzn Ticket Clmimlan Dinner Chairman Arrangements Clmn. Lagninppe Director 'N' Club President Jr. Class Chairman lll.,l'l'Clll-'ORD " 4. K -. , 1 -1 Tri-Ship welcoinecl back Lim nel Lightner as the sponsor after his absense last year. fRaul Soph. C lass Chun. REPRESENTATIVES-FRONT ROWY: Gurdon, Topaz. Yvonrl- hury. Green. Frank. Gouclmzinson. Mulugen. Rosenwalzl, Butler Stewart, Rosniter, Rose. Pope, Schuman. SECOND: Lucente Rosser. Ash. Baylor. Rubin. Shmverman. Pearlman. Sachs. Alstrin Fagenholz, Herr, Confrey. Hughey. Teton. Knight. Ench:-Imayer THIRD: Peterson, Crysler. llehrstoclc, Fon-le. Hunter. Scher Hustle. Kahn. Bieclerman. Roach. Mather. Barnzml. Zimber Ovson. Fenton. Lauher. REAR: Clark. Bally. liornhoeft. Gue- lich, Gebner. Mizell, Graham, Rueplce. Berger. Yates. Kellogg Chase, Himnzin, johnson. Hohf. 1 Q 5 A 1 x- f' 1. ' xii,-'ffl x' x ..' swf A ,C V ,2i 'W in E .+R1-,55 f ,:,. E -Q: 1 1 if ff' ,Ii ki, , W. ,- if E' A 3. . V K ? x if Q-. :X g A-at . ia W, it A 3 ? x ,551 Alb? Q A K. Q., is X 'Y lk 1 3 K n Q, 3 5- am K sf 'J Q 55 Zi 5 ,KY K Q f ggi 3 S if Fi .U y L . 4 I 1 . f w -- , Xzgiifi 5 -Y' ' I 5 M M A - is f f gi We 'M - 4 , I 7' .fi 1 , L Q v :fr , ,gf ,5 , f ,, gg I , gf' pq-1, -fag, if v a n, E- 6-mfff I ff fi 1 XX X 'Nw .N 3 if 'Q ,bv W M551 P 'f , , 58 Q. wwdftil 3? I bv ll ll One of Tri-Shipis oldest clubs is "NH Club, which is com- posed of the athletes of the school. Members of this social and service organization are all boys who have received a varsity letter for participation in an interscholastic sport. The majority of the 165 boys are seniors. Meetings were held every other Friday under the leadership of President Tom Nisbet, Vice-President Don Behm, and Secre- tary-Treasurer Brock Cowdy. At these meetings "N" Club members planned their activities, which included serving at the Girls, Club banquets and discussed improvements for the ath- letic programs in the school. The club has two dances yearly which are long awaited events. In general "N" Club helps boys become men. "N" CLUB SENIORS-FRONT ROW: Reiter, Behni, Borkan, Yeoman, Star, Patterson, Eustis, Romaclc, Dunn, Kleinfeld. Winiclt, Nisbet, Bordan, Dixen, Bersbach. Hoel. SECOND: Syfert, Nv0lH, Stultz, Huebsch, Freeman, C-ranat, Earle, johnson. McCosh, Nilsson, Hall, Kallick, Zimber, Lazzara, Bridges, Buesch, Major. THIRD: Kiefer, Holland, Clark, Hunter, Stolltin, Bay- lor, Roche, Donegan, Thorsen, Paul, Haspray, Buenger, J. Kauf- man, Ratajczak, Spies, Clifford, Bernstein. FOURTH: Banks, Foster, Burson, C. Johnson, Henderson, Magnuson, Gowdy, Swisher, VVheeler, Kessler. Wilhelm, Dear, Heaton, Mercein, C. Kaufman. REAR: Harris, jones, Kremer. Alexander, White- hurst, Smart, Ferguson, Keitel, Stephens, Vail, Ovson, Fox. Kelly Teegarden, Mitchell, Klein. "N" CLUB ,IUNIORS fbelowl -FRONT ROW: Nielsen, Center, Keil, McTigue, Props, Laidlaw, Hunter, Scher, Hague, Moeller, Whitelaw. SECOND: Volckens, Bergman, Grey, Fields, Mould- ing, Couture, Small, Bornhoeft, Baby. Claire, Segersten, Txuken- hrod. REAR: Barnhill, Gordon, Hendrey, Mayer, Doolittle, Ross, johnson, Shapiro, Chase, Guelich, Knight. Hildy Wheeler "patiently" holds the thermometer as Laurie Gecht samples it for flavor. tRauJ Although time has done much to alter the appearance of Service Club, the voluntary spirit of the organization has re- mained unchanged for over thirty-five years. Such familiar institutions as the white smocks and the Red Cross training course have been eliminated. However, the staff of six girls has continued to maintain their fine record of service. Through- f out the year members provided valuable aid for the school in the Nurse's Office. Duties varied from day to day, and from situation to situation, but the most common tasks were running errands, taking temperatures, and treating minor sprains under the careful supervision of the sponsors, Mrs. Schoenenberger and Mrs. Savage. ln March, members assisted doctors as they administered and read TB tests for the freshman and junior classes. During the Christmas and Spring Concerts, several volunteers were constantly on hand with the nurses to handle all emergencies. The girls also did most of the Oflice's clerical work by checking in all absentees and keeping the health rec- ords. These volunteer workers have found that they have gained more from their work in Service Club than their mere duties would suggest. They have gained hours of amateur nurs- ing experience and a great deal of personal satisfaction. SHELLEY BEMAN Howum L1 rsnrrz Ayn-A Srsnrus Dounus Ew.u.n ,IAN SIJLKIN Head of Problems Cn-Head of Assigning Head of Public Co-Head of Assigning Director Relations STUDENT TLITORS The Student Tutoring Organization commenced its third year with the original sponsor and founder, Mr. David MC- Kendall, recently returned from a sabbatical in italy. Compos- ing the senior board were Jan Sulkin, president, Howard Lif- shitz, Doug Ewald, Shelly Beman, and Anita Spertus. The purpose of the organization is to provide students with additional instruction, supplementing daily classes. To insure quality tutoring, the number of tutors was limited to 110, the selection made on a basis of teacher recommendations and grade averages. More than 200 tutees were aided through the organization this year. A major alteration in the tutoring system concerned the re- placement of signed pink permits with a semester pass given to the tutor. Another addition was an eleven-member junior board. Again this year student tutoring proved a boon to teacher, tutor, and pupil, it was fast becoming an important New Trier tradition. Senior Bernie Kamenear and junior Bath Frohman study together as part of New Trier's extensive Student Tutoring program. fCllL'l'pflIK, NEW TRIER GUARD-FRONT ROWV: Peck, Stern, R. Buenger, Hendrey, Farwell, Gray, R. WVoodbury, Jones, Kennedy, Burns, B. Wood- bury. SECOND: Hallberg, VVheaton, Schotleen, Keane, Townsend, Yeoman fheadj, Pllamer, Metz, Beinan, Kruger, VVyss. THIRD: Loose, Brackett. Foringer, Cinder, Graham, Carlson, Mcliadzean, Brew, J. Burson, Jacqueline Jachym, Freilich, E. Buenger, Claar, Hnstead, Clarke. FOURTH: Sacra, Hutchings, Volckens, Whitelaw, VV. Burson, Kiefer, Angst, Mikulak, Searles, Wolff, Props, McLaren, Mr. Roberson. REAR: Bergman, Baumgart, Holland, james Jacllyin. Ross, Richter, Bryant, Yost, Miller, M. Burson, Varner, O'Neil, Mr. Essick. fAcIiprsj Dave Robertson introduces future New Trier Girard mem- bers to the chilly prospects of the Deep End during the course of a Saturday morning swimming class. Senior pool guard members Jim Jachyrn and Barry Searles look on. Ulaui .T. GUARD The cliche, "The New Trier Guard is the backbone of the swimming organization," is so often used that it is almost trite. Yet its truth cannot be denied. The guard is a group of boys and girls, interested in swimming pool leadership, which super- vises and conducts the entire aquatic program offered. Services include instructing grammar school children every Saturday morning in swimming classes, helping beginning swimmers in gym classes, and helping to conduct after-school general swims, the lifesaving program, and even freshman swimming meets. All members are upperclassmen and must undergo an extensive training course before and during their active participation in the guard. Of the twenty-seven years the guard has been active, this year's group was the largest with sixty-one members. The head guard was john Yeoman, heading the contingency of girl guards was Katrina Pflaumer. 1.4rIiflr.vl i - W1 , i K if L " s x 4A" "'Y ' ', I 1, ' ' X iffy ,- Y ' , A' 2,5 B2 ffl. Q has .,,,:. L V K :f'i451ea,a E Q 4X THEY CHCSE TO ESCAPE "Drama Club is the largest and oldest club at New Trier and we're proud of it. This year we've had more enthusiastic, hard working, and talented members than ever before." The situation which prompted President Pete Coffield to make this glowing statement was the successful completion of a year of intense activity. The fall activities were largely devoted to help- ing the drama department publicize the winter play, '4Teahouse of the August Moon." Aside from painting and hanging numer' ous signs, the club ran, as a Halloween party project, a XVestern gambling saloon with an oriental flavor, and had, as a Dad's Day float, a professionally constructed teahouse, complete with Geisha girls. Aside from the major productions, the members of Drama Club had several channels into which they could direct their talents. A large portion of this wealth of opportunity was available as the result of the creation, by Miss jean Anderson, of Theatre Workslmop, a series of one night shows, each one usually having a program of three one-act plays. The XVork' shop naturally afforded for many students the opportunity to direct, perfom1, and, in general, gain an experience which could not be attained through class work. In order to increase its members' scope and knowledge of professional performances, Drama Club sponsored three theatre trips to the productions of "Carnival," "Mary, Maryf, and "Stop the Vlorld, I Want to Get Offf' Other highlights of the year were the "Coke Party' for the initiation of new members and the annual Awards Banquet in june. Drama Club "llourd": jean llrookman, Kay CIIHIIIIILJIHIII, Pete Coflield. President, Sue Tistlall. Tom Lauher, Xhson Taylor. Carolyn Delevitt, Steve Grossman. QRnuJ At an atypical Drama Club meeting. Jane Missner. Dale Gelvau, Becky Rapport, and Paul llrintlel argue a point with President Pete Collleld. flifflflfjl 4. P .1 -pf cm. I 'my 72 " 3 x ' Y-fn 1651 5: , STAGE fi M ' gi 3k A. wi ig , .5 A, ky. "ALLEGRC"t "Allegro," the Performing Arts Xworkshop production, reached a new height of excellence in experimental theater at New Trier. The show was especially well suited to workshop production because it demanded a successful integration of acting, singing, dancing, and technical artistry. The thoughts and motives of the characters were expressed by a chorus and a versesspeaking choir. The interchange of students playing lead roles was an innovation, Often both an actor and a singer portrayed a single character. "Allegro" is the life story of joseph Taylor, jr., an "ordinary American." lt traces his development from a small-town boy to a society physician in Chicago. lnterwoven throughout are the conflicting themes of his love for his ambitious wife jenny and his desire to be a useful doctor. The high quality which the workshop attained could be ascribed not only to the principal players, but also to the out- standing supporting cast of dancers, singers, and actors. Members of the Opera dance group play "statues" in a scene depicting joe Taylofs chiltlhootl. Ufuuj Par! joseph Tailor. .lr. Marjorie Tavlor jcnnie Brinker Emily Charlie Ton nscnd D r, joseph Tan lor Grandma Tarlor lieu lah "One foot. Other foot . . f' Grandma Taylor ilieth Marltsj and Marjorie Taylor tjenny Taylorj eagerly visual- ize joseph 'Taylor jr.'s first day as il pedestrian. Ulnuj CAST Acting Peter Colhelrl jennifer Taylor Kim Ketola Ct-t-il MacKinnon Tliunias l.auher Eric lvelssenlxerger lieth Ann Marks Bobbi Pershing Singing Friday' Richard Turner Susan 'l'utlhunler Susan Mooney' Susan YYaterl'all Denton llarllivld Fred james Dale Celran Marcia llnwen Singing Saturday lliuliard Rodgers Pamela Eldridge Mary lieth Nuruoorl Sltcilah Bernstein Stephen Osmond james Walton Xlairia Pendleton Carole Wilwer "Pain makes man think Thought makes man wise Wisdom makes life endurahle . . Thus Sakini CSteve Cvrossmanj stated the theme of the play and began each perfomxance of "The Teahouse of the August Moon," "Teahouse," presented on Decemher 8 and 9, was a satire on the occupation troops in Okinawa. lt concerned the lnany struggles of an American officer, Captain Fisby, who was try- ing to establish a democracy in the small village of Tohiki, He was given a Geisha girl named Lotus Blossom as a gift, a present which he regarded as highly undemocratic, he had to contend with the women of the Ladies' League for Democratic Action and had to control the impulses of his impish interpreter Sakini. While he tried to cope with these prohlems, he was hounded by his despotic superior, Colonel Purdy. Outstanding in their roles were Steve Grossman as Sakini and Howie Klee, who played the frenzied Fishy. ,Iudy Carring- ton did an exciting joh as the beautiful, fragile Lotus Blossom, as did Scott Lange as the blustery Colonel Purdy. The excellent Supporting cast so beautifully conveyed the mood of the play that the audience was reluctant to leave as the curtain came down and Sakini concluded the play: "May August moon bring gentle sleep." Salcini istere flrossinanj and Captain Fishy tllowie Kleel discuss the trip to Atop a mountain of posses- Tabiki village. lRlI1l, sions, Crantlnmtlier ljanice Yuclellj supervises the ini- pending journey. Ufnul TEAHOUSE CF THE AUGUST llipluin lfislsi Lotus lllossoln Snkini Captain Mau'l.eaui Sergeant Gregovitlx C.-XS'l lfol. NVuiimriglil Punch lll Miss Ilign Jigga Mr. Usliiru Student Direrlrn OO lltm xml Klee ,lntlilh Carrington Steven Grnssnian Ricliard Crysler David Cleland Stoll Lange judilh Cohn David Miller Susan Tisdall r K is X U fx ,..' 5-4 S. xp 5 ,AJ 2 gf' X S QV 1 eg -55 g f ' o 3144 Q 1 A Q Q V 1 ie 1 4 E., A-fb X Wm 9: U n."' K f - ' L ',.., Q H 0 , , K N . ,M wi! 52 3 . if is L ' 'V .Mn 34 'L V v ff-2 fx E, W-mar. - ,Lo- M , if - X -f 'gf Fi' 'K 1' 'g fi E , 5 i Q".w gg? As ur' Q Qs X. my 9 if Q e -" W, 53' ,ek 7 E W 4 W- V X i . ,JCM xt fi, f X !', ' . v iff?-N' . A is fs' 5 Z 512 'N lv l uwalumvmmw :ffl ""'-'-M ..- o BALIBLES, BANCLES, EW STAGE BAND NEW INNDVATIDNS AND VARIED PRD- GRAM5 CDNTINUALLY PRDVIDED A SCIURCE UF' ENJDYMENT FDR THE STUDENT BDDY. The Music Department witnessed a sharp acceleration of tempo. Under the leadership of Dr. Peterman, it presented the school with programs of increased difficulty, and also intro- duced several innovations, exemplified by the newly organized stage band which prepared special numbers, usually swing music, and performed them outside the school. The musical year commenced with the Creative Arts Work- shop production of "Allegro" The show was a first of its kind at New Trier, for never before had both an actor and a singer been used to portray a single role. 'Hae presence of the entire chorus and the use of a speaking choir also contributed to make this a show of unusual qualities. In December, the traditional Christmas Festival was held. Even here, however, there was a hint of change, as evidenced by the use of trumpeters arotmd the balcony of the gym in the opening number. With the advent of spring came the opera, "Kismet" Ac- cording to Dr. Peterman, it was the most difficult production the opera group had ever undertaken. Spring was also the occasion for several other important performances. A series of scholarship concerts was presented by the senior music groups to raise funds for those deserving graduates interested in a musi- cal career. Another opportunity for graduates was the Com- mencement Concert which gave outstanding seniors a final chance to perform, The final musical event was the annual Spring Concert, in which all groups participated. The com- bined efforts of all the music groups and their directors re- sulted in another year of outstanding musical productions well received by the entire student body. Rich Thorsen and Tom johnson, trumpet forth the joy of the season at u rehearsal of the Cliristnias Concert. tRauJ N. . , v , 1 .- 4 g 1 A ' M su . 2 , 1 K Q V . 'lg 15. ' 5, . g 5 ,H A Y .gaii W xaztqa 'Q 4 ar N! -.,,,,,,gQs"Q!' Q MUSE'I'I'I'fS-I7RON'I' ROXY: Ford. Delexitt. Gregory. Slanlr johnson. Langston. Ingleliart. I"r:un'lie. llecker. Ilertzliergg. Scliwarz. Stiles. St-lnnidt, SECOND: Weiss. Vargas. Fosse. Schwartz. Ellis. Ilrudley. llliss. Ilodnmn. Neumann. Carlson Burk. Chapin. Iiahize. Wilcs. RICAR: Warner. Petersen. Brook- tnan. Donaldson. WVyatt. Mt'I.aren Sedwiek. Klene. Pot-ot-k. Ilnr rill. Turner. Coleggroxe. Roclcnlmerger. SENIOR GIRLS liNSIilNIIiI,Ii-FRONT ROW: Spiegel. Wend- nagel, lliallotnlrardo. .lone-4. Moss. Ilawkinson. Decker. Bernstein llooty. Ford. Ilnwen. Sinclair. 'I'tu'ker. Ifldrtdge. Norwood 2 Glasser. Twentyinan. Iendlc-ton. Davis. Kelleher. REAR: Rooks. Waterfall. Clader. Sprague. XYUICII. Fox. Gelian. D. Ifldredgc. Ilillner. Lage. Irlwin. Stone. Irvine. Collins. Iirowtler. Seiliold 'I'. lfltlreclgc. Rielilnirg. Todlnunter. Xleyer. 'IIROI'IIAIXIRS-FRON'I' ROW: Brodsky. Benson. Connor, IVinter. Isaacson. Graf. IYerlh. Mc-yn. Allen. Rutherford. Gray. Leahy. Lawrence. Luster. Flett, SECOND: Nichols. Peek. john- son. Kaufmann. Knight. Lazear. Pedrick. Fish. Jeracki. Ziniber- oll. Palmer. Slit-rer. Holstend. Clark. Osterberg. White. REAR: Wu. Davidson. Swanson. Lippincott. Kase. Cnllirandsen. L. Xlliipple. R. Vlllipple. Cherry. Oros. Illaker. Kessler. Selling. IAIIIILIUII. Greene. SENIOR IIOYS ENSIfMl5I,I'1-IFROIVII ROVV: rliulittlu. Verne. Xlullin. Trossrnan. Roxnack. Dawson. Castle. Arons. Ivright. Salilin. Ilartlicld. Steadry. Little. Migel. Haiincs. Moeller. Rodg- ers. Smlerstrom. Iinsor. I.zwear. Deppe. REAR: Ifleislier. Ilnrson. Klee. Osmond. Donegzm. IYalton. 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HONOR BAND ff, W5 31. ' . S 43- ' ' N. 5 Q' ,552 wif, n f mn v- ,zfg 3 N 2 iff? 'I-3' i' 9"'A xr 55 L Vi"'gff" 2 'T ' F thas' 'qi W Y , Axvxxwfm? 1 , ND NCERT BA CO any Ii' F49 rfx li '11 A SPARKLING TOUCH OF RAHADLAKLIM Sheilah Bernstein and Ken YYright reveal the exciting properties of Rahlatllaknnl. lRl1lll The opera group's spring production of "Kismet" was its most ambitious effort of the group's long history of "ambitious efforts." The musical "Arabian Nights" offered challenges for every aspect of production. Borodin's melodies were of a difii- cult operatic caliber, rarely attempted at a high school level. All participants, however, were determined to meet the rigorous demands of his music. Inspired by one of the best orchestras in years, the chorus achieved its traditional high standards while the leads generally gave excellent professional performances. Particularly outstanding was Pam Eldredge, who in four per- formances continually captured the audience's delight and re- spect with her beautiful voice and excellent understanding of her part. Staging was extremely difficult, especially in mob scenes such as the Bazaar of the Caravans. The girls had to be double L...-.,... fn, ,W cast, but because of the many male chorus parts, the boys were able to perform all nights. After the brilliant Rahadlakum campaign, ticket sales perked up and resulted in a complete sell- out all nights. A matinee, the second in the history of the opera, had nearly a full house. The show posed a variety of technical challenges to the hard- working stage crew members who found it difficult to create the complicated sets necessary to make Baghdad come to life. Nevertheless, the genius of Mrs. Carol Gill, the technical direc- tor, made the show one of the most beautiful ever seen on the New Trier stage. Meeting every challenge, "Kismet" emerged as a sparkling success. The combined effort of casts, crews, and faculty produced an opera which fully measured up to former triumphs. ' 1 - 1 V, A .. Qi XA Q,- m 1 AX - N 4 5, v -W .lx , 17 ij. r xQx'5 Kvf -4 A? 54 T ,A gf f' i L yxwi , , , as n il , . , .13 xv .. ,YT ' ' f . Q2 . 'Q psi' 5 M EF' 5 hy ff .J ya 2 7 ' If-,f Wi .au I ff' TU KX 3 5 4 :Sl Q V91 if Q1 ' Q I Q . .9 4 ' ' f T7 , if Y 1 ' L9 Q ff A a ff, 6 5 fig fa.. ,- 1 kfffiflilfg ' xx f F9-If '. f L. , 4- if 1- W X Vg Qu if xg L. Q , f .,.-,N -Q, A i , ' , 5 , , A-wi'- . ,E fi X 'f vw fm F hb- Q IP 4 5 , 2 M .ff Q Z s 1 , :gl Q X .24 I, 'Q Q fx , 'W .yr X gf Y A l l, I Q, S ". , ,xks '1'. I i 1 K , " 'N ix ' , 2 J, X Q Q ' -1 V1 If 25 YEARS - OR WAS IT 24? The year of ". . . And One to Grow On!" proved to be the most active year in Lagniappe's long history of twenty-five productions Cor was it twenty-four?j. Lagniappe '63 kept all participants working on many new innovations from june through February including a small but explosive Dad's Day float, Lagniappe publicity buttons, the show record and the much desired symbol of Klass-a silver lame show curtain. All of this activity was secondary to the job of writing a fast- paced original musical revue, auditioning over 600 students, choreographing the many dance numbers, and rehearsing the excellent chorus and acting groups. During the eight-week pro- duction petiod the visual aspects of the show took shape. The stage crew built more than .a dozen set pieces that ranged from a monstrous twelve-foot pink cake to a gigantic portrait of Ann Margaret Olson. When the production deadline arrived, the superlative orchestra literally started the show off with a bang that lifted the curtain on a glittering pink and silver anni- versary "cake-walk." Throughout the show three unexpected guests tried in vain to reveal and then to detract from the fact that the anniversary celebration was a year premature. ln the finale they achieved their goal by revealing the bad news to the cast and the twenty-four Lagniappe queens, then proceeded to cheer up everyone by exploding a bomb of N20 inside the ill- LAGNIAPPE BOARD-FRONT ROW: Rouiaek, Hon'- artl. Holdredge, Taylor. Kirby. Abelson. lsgrig. lvinebcrg. SECOND: Staull. Rapport. Beclunau. Dnnegan. Paul. Wvalerfall, Rusner. Cossnian. Hemi. REAR: Wvenzel. Schneider. Daniels. Vetter. Krieger. Maclainnon. Rotnian. Arnns. Warren. Puyser. jorgensun. tRuul fated anniversary cake. The revue contained many show stop- pers but the Dick and jane number never ceased to capture the audiences laughter and applause. Witli the combined effort of cast, crew and orchestra, Lag- niappe '63, ". . . And One to Crow On!" became one of the outstanding N.T. productions. All students involved may feel proud of their financial, theatrical and educational success. During the traditional finale. Lagniappe '63 revealed its secret. fRauj .i, "2 1.-x t -vw, ,fr-my ' f i'Y' Q .buds V+ E' ' . I ag, N R My X 1 ' -1? iw yvl ,. 4 3 ' x i ARTISTS' it COLD Y: FOURTH FLODR PAINT-SPATTERED AND BE-SMDCKED S T U D E N T S CREATED PAINTINGS, SCULPTURES, JEWELRY, AND TEX- TILES DF IMAGINATIVE AND EXCEL- LENT DESIGN. The art department at New Trier advocates creative rather than technical proficiency. Art is ideally an extension of the humanities and is thus stressed as a cultural subject, The aim of the varied courses, which range from jewelry and ceramics to drawing and painting, is to develop creative talent and foster an appreciation of the visual arts, Group projects are usually assigned in the beginning art courses, upperclassmen are often allowed and encouraged to work independently. The entire four-year program, however, is loosely knit and designed to stimulate the student to work on his own. Besides the standard studio courses, the art department offers a lecture course, Great Arts, taught by the department head, Mr. Holland. In addition, several art collections by such Chi- cagoland artists as Ralph Harvey and Royal Ho were secured by Mr. Holland for display on the second floor. The exhibits were often exciting and interesting, they were always contro- versial. The annual student art show was presented after spring va- cation. Paintings and drawings which were done in a variety of media comprised the largest part of the exhibit. Also on dis- play were jewelry and ceramics. The collection was certainly a success Cdue to participating students in all four classesj with special praise due senior Rich Tanzmann, whose painting re- ceived the award "Best in the Show." Ks he paints. Pete Ballantine makes gootl use of the north light. IAf'lipr.vj 2 ,A , ,W .,,,.. gi-Q...1f,.-- ., ' v ,,. S . I. f N Q -WW x Q Q' ' was 4 x .. .f in I 52 it I 2' fa, 4359" xml- ' ' -N. Q Q18 if QQ 3 iw . : ,.vk,5.i :q, V t 'B ly x xgkvijif. , - A R Q, ri 5 I f K . Qtr? fe ' 1-1-, 2' .mfs-i , N-WC 4 fx 'qs 5. ' A 4 ' XR L4 r S -fn , v ,f -. N f 4-A 2 - ,,,3Jr:-2 X21 4 ,N 4 W , 4, ' m , A 4 A r - it J ix ,f ,D ,K 5 .X si. , uf., - N 4- , - " -, x' , rg f-Q n14x3Mv,,.., fw. I'-'If 2, 'iw , as 1 , f ' I 1 N, 3 -uf" a-4 n 1Rnul llinnfmrl Mclipesj . s r v 4 A gee,-Vi' 723' Representing New Trier, varsity debaters Roberta Pollack and George Rosen appeared on the T. V. program "Rebuttal.'I They won this debate winch was against York High School of Elmhurst. lfiurilnnj CHAMPIONSHIP STATUS AGAI and AGAI THE VIETDRIE5 CIF THE DEBATE TEAM BREIUGHT HCINCIR TU THE EN- TIRE SCHCICIL. The only Illinois school that participated in every state de- bate league, New Trier proved its debate TCTIIHXS strength and ability by its outstanding record of victories. The year's debate tournaments were based on the proposition, "Resolved: That the United States should promote a Common Market for the Xvestern Hemisphere." Outranking 29 schools, New Trier's varsity debate team captured the National Forensic League State Debate Champion- ship, and senior Roberta Pollack earned championship status in the NFL girls' extemporaneous speaking contest. For team and individual records, New Trier was awarded the NFL State Sweepstakes Championship for the sixth year in a row. These accomplishments entitled varsity team members George Rosen and Roberta Pollack to attend the National Speech Tournament in Houston, Texas. As well as winning the Illinois State High School District contest in Individual Events, New Trier debaters attained the championship position in the Metropolitan Debate Union, an association of Illinois and Indiana schools, for the eighth year in a row. New Trier achieved first place in the Illi- nois State Normal University Cross Examination Debate, a gruelling test of quick thinking, and also placed Iirst in both divisions in the Blue Island tournament. Appearing for the third year in the WBBM-TV debate series, "Rebuttal," N.T.'s debate team ranked among the top five teams. Fifty students participated in the year's debate program of 30 tournaments. As members of either the beginning, junior- varsity, or varsity team, all the debaters had the opportunity of gaining competition experience. Members of the debate team benelited from the far reaching purposes of debate. They learned methods of reasoning, persuasion, and argumentation in class, so that they could better communicate their ideas. l'iiss,J ii Y , . f ,1 X Ya in QF ig? Q s V 4 J me Exif? . . .C - 'TH 1' ' 5' N1 3 ,gy W is :iff 11 a , 7 .1 ef' 1 -S as ff . YW Vx Q ff , , RK,'- y'y V W 3 'Q 9 5 Q 0. xv 1 W . v 1 3 2 HJ, 54 V ', -4 v 4 f AQ1? 2 w ffi- CY 'W' "'- H .r . " f -'W Q. 1 VA' 1 . sealy WI .1 1' M, -W: H ,M Ji I,..iL.LiL. .L 1 4 .ejlg Q' Y..s in THE 3-YEAR-OLD GIANT THE ENDRMCIUS STAFF DF WNTH SERVED THE ENTIRE TDWNSHIP AS WELL AS THE STUDENT BCIDY. ln a manner reminding one of a Cecil B. DeMille movie with a cast of thousands, WNTH, with a staff of slightly under one hundred fthe largest radio station staff in the countryj, broad- cast over 1,100 hours of programming this year. WNTH began broadcasting on October lst under the direction of the Co- Station Managers, Robert Evers and john Dickinson, and cele- brated its third birthday unceremoniously on December 10. With its new United Press International leased-wire teletype, the WNTH news staff was able to give four newscasts a day: the news staff was finally able to hold up its head proudly and proclaim that it did not have to get news from any Chicago newspaper all year. With the combined efforts of the news and special staffs, the station was able to broadcast the election returns in November, the XVinnetka Village Caucus meeting in january and the sub- sequent meeting in February, and the referendum returns in March. Several other special broadcasts of interest, including the graduation ceremony, were presented. The sports staff was on hand at all major sporting events with play by play, stroke by stroke, and whack by whack de- scriptions of N.T. football, basketball, swimming, and baseball Cnot to mention wrestling and gymnasticsj. A notorious pop- tune show known as the Pre-Came Show was tacked on to all sports broadcasts. At first, the sponsors objected, but they finally graciously bowed to the decision of the Station Mana' gers. A trend toward more WNTH produced programming could be seen this year as was evidenced by nearly three-fourths of the second semester shows such as Student Forum, WNTH Special, Matinee of Music, and New Trier Podium. Foreign language programming in German, French, Chinese and Russian was also begun. Although tapes from the National Association of Educational Broadcasters made up the bulk of outside pro- gramming, tapes from such varied sources as the U.N., CBS, New York Stock Exchange, and Argonne National Laboratory were broadcast. WNTH program listings were carried regularly in the local papers, and erratically in the New ffrier News. The station succeeded in getting into Chicagoland TPI! guide, and received a large write-up in the Chicago Daily News. Partially as a result of this article, several schools in Illinois and Wisconsin turned to WNTH for advice in starting stations of their own. Larry Hot: broadcasts the U.P.l. wire news while Tom Foster spots and Kerry Frumkin lends a critical ear. Mctfpesl s vi vs fi ' fx Ronmrr livxks Stnlion Manager 'sn VHNTII XVINOUNK FRS TROIXT ROW Lutton Sellers W ewt T IL C H 'VI C X L CREYV- Lauer 'SFCOND Full. How Rulxe C ntler Fclnarcli I oeb PROVT Rlulr Carpenter, THIRD Barnard Colvin, Renich lierrx I'llHlllxlIl, Pollutlt Indy Radford RF LXR Rus- Batterlmm fClu'rfmkj sel Rutter Bruee Reed. Jann lhcgmgon ff OHIDIII Station Manager Roel n Curl ER Inu rn PLEU. Dum C or non lhnnuu Bonn: C mum Roux Yury Rum: M,urrn,x Kun-n.x1. C Inel' hmonntcr Mnsn Veni Llnd Otlue Managrx Pmrlnrlmn berlpt Ac Continuity Special Events I tt letrc ex ents broadeasted by W NTH lRauj l hw? . ' e X- ' l I-NXITII Runs XY11.l.uu STI-,I'llENS Nlunun Suluirl-xx Sports Sports Publicity Sponsors Dr. Rude. Mr. It-kes. and Mr. Rock- ey generously gave of their time and knowl- edge in order tu make sure WNTH stayed "On the air." fRl1Il, IL. ' , THE DISK MAKERS When a building grows larger, and its main functions be- come centrally located, certain areas outside of this axis may be isolated. Thus has the Technical Building of New Trier slowly evolved into an independent portion of the school, a region unknown but to some few experienced students. Penetrating the dark, narrow corridor, an unwary visitor may be somewhat unsettled by sounds of high-pitched excite- ment from T2c. A general cry of "Playback" is his introduction to a different New Trier elite, the Playback board. Carol Levin, editor of the record, claimed that "Playback is a yearbook for people who canit read? The sounds of the school were recorded throughout the year, from assemblies to jews:-: Mxciu. Publicity CAROLINE S,u.lNcnz Joan Rex Script Technical opera, from Lagniappe to sports events. The intent of Playback 1963 was to reduce jokes and hall chatter and to emphasize New Trier's musical and dramatic productions, thereby creating a record which would appeal to most students who participated in the various extra-curricular events. Three major committees were organized last September, working steadily until the May distribution date. Caddy Salin- ger, head of script, joined technical director john Rex and Jeanne Magill, head of publicity, to coordinate script and sound into an aural publication representative of the entire student population. Jeanne Magill. Dave Bess. Sue Braun. and Rick Paul were properly amused at Carol Levin's attempt to read the thin Playback tape which yielded no hints as to its contents. iGordcmj LG GER ESOTERIC New Trier's line arts magazine, lnklinqs, displayed excellence in quality, originality, and diversity in 1963. The magazine staff dropped the former esoteric air by holding open literary meetings in which students from all classes were encouraged to exhibit their own writing, art work, and photography for criti' cal analysis and discussion. The effort succeeded, the lnklingls meetings were always crowded--even though refreshments were not served. Editors for each art form showed the extent of the diversity. Peter Clark, Sarah Vanderwicken, and Caddy Salinger, literary editors, Cvordy Rosberg and janie Curtis, art editors, and james Rosenberg, photo editor, comprised the editorial staff. Photogra- phy and drawings in the new magazine were not correlated to the writing and there was no Central theme, which gave in- creased freedom to the choice of all forms. ln addition to a freedom of artistic choice, the modes of reproduction, including a combination of typography and half-tone foverprintingj, pleased the artistic temperament verbally and visually. Sponsor Mr. Fink voices his opinion about a prospective Inklings contribution. 1Rauj 1 4 l Surah Vanderwicken. Peter Clarkz and Caddy Salinger conierretl often on writing submitted to the fine arts magazine. fkllum 5 PRAECO This year was the tenth anniversary of Pmeco. The occasion was celebrated with the introduction of an additional sister to the nine Muses of classical Greek poetry. The largest language magazine in the school, Pmecds fifty pages were filled with contributions from all Latin and Creek students. Trying to create a magazine much like New 3'orker in tone, Praeco made use of extensive art work, as well as serious poems and stories. This year's staff was headed by editors Chuck Cecil, Pete XVilhelm, jeffrie Hirt, and art editors Ellie Samuelson and jeff Hubbell. Pmeco is sponsored by Dr. Drake. LE FLAM BEAIT STAF F -LEFT TO RIGHT: Steinberg. Silver. McClave. Good- man. Mrs. Morris fsponsorl, Spertus, Barkas. Feron. fCl1frpakj PRAECO-STANDING: VVilhelm, Cecil, Mc- Andrews. SEATED: Samuelson, Hirt, Hub- bell. ICl1erprlkl ANGLIAGE LE FLAMBEALI XVork on Le lTlmnl1c'nu began early, and, with the help of a willing staff, finished early. The editors, Mop Steinberg and Anita Spertus, were aided by a small editorial staff. The rest of the work was divided among various committees: typing, layout, art, and selling. In this way several people had a chance to work on the magazine. Stylistically the contributions were imaginative and showed a great deal of originality, especially in the field of philosophical poetry. SCH REIBEREI ln giving German students an opportunity to read and write their language in a medium other than a textbook, the German magazine, Sclneilzerei, successfully serves its purpose. The edi- torial staff of the magazine consisted of one student from each of the German classes. These students collected the writing done by their classmates and helped arrange it for Final publica- tion. Poems, riddles, jokes, short stories, and essays written by first-year students, as well as by those in their fourth year, pro- vided the publication with a diversity that was enjoyable to all German students. PUBLICATIONS DE TODO UN POCO: Kirman. Richards, Avery. Mr. Martinez QSponsorj , Balser, Miller, Cohn, Savage, Beringer. SCHREIBEREI-LEFT TO RIGHT: Evers. McClave, Mr. Hollman lSponsor1, Seaman, Graves. lllaul DE TODO U POCO As another medium through which students could express themselves artistically, the Spanish magazine, De 17 odo un Poco, was comprised of original poems, essays, and short stories. Writteii by interested Spanish students, these literary achieve- ments represented observations and thoughts on the meaning and purpose of life. Essentially the ideas centered on three im- portant topics: life, death, and love. Writing was limited to these basic topics, making De Todo im Poco a more specialized magazine than those of previous years. The staff enthusiasti- cally tackled the job of compiling the magazine with more seriousness than in the past. The result-a thoughtful and unique magazine. LIVING coLoR, QUALITY Too N.T. STUDENTS SPENT FRIDAY AFTER- NDDNS IMMERSED IN THE PAGES CIF THE "NEWS." Kingly News Editor Evans dictates editorial policy. 1Slf'inIwrrgj News Fridays were the ones when study halls and classes were knee-deep in large printed sheets of paper. lf an assembly fell on a Friday, the rustle of the New Trier News was the most intelligible sound in the auditorium. Breaking an all-time record, the News was published on six consecutive weeks. Weeks without school-Fridays and weeks following vacations were non-News-weeks, but the News managed to publish 27 regular issues. An additional Special Freshman issue was pub- lished for the amusement of parents visiting the school on Freshman Night. The year's most glorious touch was the issue printed in "liv- ing colorf' On the first page were two pictures in color of both of the gorgeously arrayed "Kismet', casts, inside was a repro- duction of a New Trier-owned masterpiece by Ivan Albright. The color process is expensive and was an innovation used to highlight this greatest of all issues. This "Klass,' issue was eight pages long and of the highest quality both in writing and photography. The News staff by no means confined itself to publishing the weekly rag. Its most official outside activity was producing the Seventh Annual Gridiron Show, a sarcastic sweep of comedy, performed at the Communications Banquet on May 9 and en- joyed because of its potent in-jokes. The effect of the absence fduring part of the yearj of Mr. Robert "King" Boyle was partially offset by the temporary sponsorship of Mr. Tom Dorfman, student teacher and one-time editor of the News. i ' M! 1 "if ,, . -- ' 'sf if sp - 6 ,"'- A Q Russian I,vrx1.lNmt Gunnar L.xKxN Arms NIt'rut.w Axim Sr-rgkrus lfsntnre Editnr Sports Editor News Editor Managing Editor Kurtis XIALPEDE C.iNmt'1: B1rgNr3NrELn D.n'm.x Mosxowrrz E I,iwmam E KREGER Cn-News Editor Krzvm ,loses Asst. News Editor Cn-Copy Editor Co-Copy Editor Assignment Editor Qi .3 . D V,'i D ' D :N A ELK ,L .se A A ,N k use 4 fs. 1, Cmln JOHNSON CIIRISTOPHI-IR IltwlN Amrzrr -losrern Davis Assistant Sports CHATAIN Business Staff Business Stall' Omce Manager Q ll I L L AND SCROLL: Peter Clark. Scott Evans. Aline Fnhen. and Cary Lakin. Ulaul REPORTING STAFF-FRONT ROW: Clifton. Golden- berg, Brodsky. Nofs. Johnson. SECOND: Davis. Feld- inger, Russell, Goldberg. Brack, Najarian. REAR: Rob- inson. Oehler. Landon. Berry, Bridge. Wales. QRuuJ 4 I l A , AJ 3 i V . wo' 3 I ,f Q. 2 Q i ,. " l M E Seo rr EVANS Etlitnr4in-Chief 5 S :. . Mr. Boyle, angel of the Nrwx ullice, models lns newest halo. lStei-ubrrgj P.-' I l Some of the Miracle Workers 1256 pages about almost 4.500 students is a niiraclejz Sue Simons, Mort Steinberg, Rich Tauzmauu, Nancy W'iggers. and Aline Fallen, Ulfildlrlll A 35 mm. LUCK AT .T.'S WOTRLD NEW TECHNICIUES AND ATTITUDES MADE THE 1963 BDDK DIFFERENT FREIM ALL THDSE PRECEDING IT. The iconoclastic introductory photo essay of ECIIOIES 1963 emphasizes photography as an art, rather than merely a useful technical process. The pictures were not captioned in order to let them speak for themselves, and pertinent quotations from many kinds of literary works explained the aspect of New Trier life with which each section of "The World of New Trier" was concerned, Inspiration for this presentation came from Edward Steicl1en's published collection of photographs, The lTmnily of fllan. Layout ideas as well as the use of pho- tographers' by-lines for each two-page spread came from several national magazines. ln spite of the staff's great interest in the photo essay, the rest of the book still had to be published. Planning began in May, 1962, even before ECHOES 1962 was delivered to the school. The page layouts were completed during the summer, and the photography and photo essay work began in eamest during the first days of school in the fall. Pictures were taken, painstakingly identified, and their names carefully noted in the -1,-175-name student index. Copy and captions were written, typed, proofread and sent to the printers, Photographs had to be developed and the best ones chosen, printed, cropped for the correct size and proportion, and sent to the engravers. More than 500 engraving plates are in ECHOES 1963. Each one cost from S5 to 3550, depending upon size and special treatment which might be required. Although ECHOES activity centered mainly around school, there were several excursions which helped give the staff a better idea of what could be done in yearbook work. Staff mem- bers attended a yearbook workshop at Loyola Academy, and a lecture on "The Art of Seeing Things" by the well known photographer, Arthur Spiegel, at North Shore Country Day School. Two photographers attended a communications work- shop at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale last summer. But the favorite excursion, of course, was the annual trip to the printer in Iowa City, Iowa, to check the final page proofs and to watch ECIIOES 1963 go to press. Cnmsrornnx K.u:ifn.iN liditur-in-Chief Aux!-3 Finns Managing Editor At the end uf a long day. Nanvy W'iggers. assisting the copy editur. captitnicd wlial she hoped was her last picture. Ullilchelll ,Q 1 l A , V i lt Fifi , 3 ' M. a . ,L f l ier . - , f , x Pr , i , , . , H' ,A 5 S gy .l 9 M, Q, ' X T- 4' bn '95 JUDITII Rosnxn Ransom Rnroin' lltfuuen 'fmzntxn Svsm Smnxa Itouun' Riu Miki-in Srrzlxnmuz join: IJ Awsox Cu-Copy Editor Coifopy Editor Art and Laxuut Assistant Art and Phomgrztphv Editor Special Picture Special Picture Ltiynnl Cn-Editor Co-Editor s.. H-f - ' w Wi A V -Q - 5 t f ' if-if 4, L, -3' ww 5 Q.. i all t hr 9 . N h : ju lIlVl:lNf.H Mommy STEINBERG .lun Silxrk Ihniiuu Bu'xi.xN Pxrl. Ciiuuwx Tun .hl'liIl'li5 l'.t1't, Hsrnm xnrigx Iluuix' I-'ox Sports Editor Executive Editor Assignnu-nl Editor Olliic Muinigrr l'lmmgr.iplicr I'lmtugruphri Printur Plmtogrnplier JVNIUR ASSISTANTS-FRONT ROYY: S4-liwab. Greene. Mulosky. Yunnan. Anger. REAR: Redlich, M1:Clave. Lehman, Wliggers. Blettner. Adler. lRllIll The visit of the nosecone of Friendship Vll provided Sponsur Mitchell with his long-uwaitetl cliance for es- cape. lRH1ll if I J. X 4' ut Isl ,I X' 'xhtiv' v aex- 4 '1f'il'f-'I mfzipm 1 Fux I Arms, legs, heart- Racing, playing to win, working to be better than before. Always the mania: faster, better, smoother-perfection. Can't go on, go on anyway. Canit win, win anyway. ATHLETICS lCherpalzb 63 . . L' ' Q Mgf ' Q Q lwf'T.1v, , .,,k. 9 Q . wi L , SF l 2 , X K, W sl, :L SN A A .K A ,Q S' -: 1.4 :hm "" 'P FN 3- f " 37 A 4 gi 'Az' 6 V W is Ma Q 0 ak 9 , ,., , is x ,D V Vi W M3 my , I? 1 gl' 'ii Yr-' :M tp? W N ' H 1' we , '55 Q J , V 4 Ffff ,f ,,,, i U ik N. 1 9' wit g 1 5 by w ' g?L'J ' 6 X - vw' f' N. x ., YV, Jn i in ,, N fs" A , V p , N 'Y - V Q -W f . ,J ' V , p . v . ' b 1 A s I ,M ' Lk 1' 9' x' I 'I P ,f 0 5 " 1 H 'P' Ae . Q gg it 5 2, Q-,, is , ., . ,M -v X LJ' ' 2:20 P,M.-Evanston 7, New Trier 0. llirmlrj VARSITY om-. N.T HINSDALTZ . . I9 14 TVAUKIEGAN . . . 6 7 PRUYISD EAST . . I2 20 Niucs EAST. . . . 0 47 Out lkiux . . . I4 21 I'IlGlILAND PARK . . I3 I3 h'l0R'l'ON EAST . . 0 20 lii'ANsToN . . . 7 20 JUNIOR VARSITY oi-P. N.'I' fiLENl!RO0K . . , 20 0 XVAUKI-IGAN . . . 21 0 PROYISO EAST' . 9 6 VVAUKEGAN . . . 19 li OAK PARK . , . 6 I9 HIGIILANID PARK . . G 20 NTORTON EAST . . 0 33 EVANSTON . . cancelled J. V.'S BALANCE VARSITY RECGRD The J. V.'s started a mediocre season hy losing their Hrst four games. They did, however, come back strongly to win their last three contests, highlighted by a 33-0 romp over Morton in their finale. This win gave them a first division finish. The team's difficulties occurred for two reasons. First, 1nany of the teams with which the 1. Vfs competed mixed their var- sity and J. V. players. Also, the job of the junior Varsity is to train players so they can compete on the varsity level. Then, some of the outstanding j. V.'s were switched to varsity, leaving Coach Klein with gaps in his lineup. Bruce Crawford and Nip Duncan were the co-captains. The offense was led by the expert passing of Mike Fenton, but a tightened up defense proved the team's greatest strength late in the season. john Viialter unloads one of the j.V.is infrequent yet elleetive screen passes. SOPHS LACK SPEED The Sophomores had a very inconsistent season. After a defeat, they would bounce back and win a game. Their play showed team effort, but a lack of team speed held the Ponies to third place in the Suburban League. The Ponies reached a peak in the Morton game, which they won 19-0. Their defense was excellent in that game, permitting the Mustangs' offense a scanty net gain of eighteen yards. Led by Captain Dan Caber, the Sophomore squad compiled a Suburban League record of 4-3, and an over-all record of 4-4. The Ponies concentrated on a strong running attack, although their inconsistent passing occasionally paid off. Their defense tightened up considerably late in the season, enabling the team to play a good game against Evanston. The only difference be- tween the two teams was speed. Twice Evanston backs got past the Pony defensive secondary, and unfortunately this decided the outcome. The coaches were Mr. Lauer, Mr. B, james, Mr. Zukowski, and Mr, Galbraith. Head coach Lauer said, "They're a team with an unbelievable amount of spiritf' Since the Ponies worked very hard and never let up, next year they will be a valuable asset to the varsity team, SOPHOMORE ore. NJ, HiNsn.u.l-: . . 13 7 VVAUKEGAN . . . 12 26 Pnoviso Easr . . . 38 7 NILES East . . . 6 I4 OAK PARK . . . . 20 12 HIGHL.AND PARK . . I2 13 LIORTON East . . . 0 19 EVANSFON . . 21 13 Bill Mclducns leads the sophomore front wall against the heavier lvaukegan eleven. flirodrj Fritz Newenhuyse. the Ponies' leading ground gainer, takes the kick-off in the Evanston game. lltaul FROSH HAVE A STRONG SEASON Spirit and determination were the key factors contributing to the Frosh "A's" line record. They won their first six games, three times coming from behind during the second half. The team missed winning the Suburban League Championship by one point, as Evanston edged them out, 21-20. ln this game the "A" eleven returned from a half-time deficit of 21-6 to score two touchdowns and to hold the Wildkits scoreless. Head Coach Malinsky said, "They played a great game but were beat by a team of greater speed and size." Although the team lacked passing, their strong ground attack was exceedingly successful. This attack was led by fullhack john MacArthur, who scored 81 points and averaged an excel- lent five yards a carry. The Freshman "B" squad was not as successful. An exceed- ingly small team, they utilized a strong air attack, the hulk of which rested on the pin-point passing of co-captain Tommy Harrison. Coaches Funkhouser, Lill, and Lindley were very satisfied with the 3-3 record the "Bs, compiled. Steve Yates lets loose with one of the frosll "A"'s rare aerlals. Ulaul FRESHMAN "A" ot-P. N.'r W.tuKHt:,tN . . 7 I2 Pitorlso East' . . . li 25 Niuas East' . . 6 27 flAK PARK . . . . 7 13 Hu:m.,tNn PARK . . 0 14 xlURTON EAST . . 0 19 EVANKIUN ..... 21 20 FRESHMAN "B" om-. N.'r Wauki-io.tN .' . . 26 0 PROYISO EAST . . 0 7 Ninas Ertsr . . I4 13 flAK PARK . . . 7 13 MoR'roN East' , . 7 20 Ev.tNs1'oN . . . 25 6 The second season of soccer at New Trier exploded the budding myth that the Vfarriors needed to import players via the American Field Service, The varsity compiled a 7-1-3 record and tied for the state championship with Oak Park. The Wardors got off to a shaky start, winning only one of their first four games. They then seemed to gain momentum as they vanquished seven of their last eight opponents and pre- pared for a championship play-off with Oak Park. The Huskies declined New Trier's play-off invitation, however, on the grounds that it was against Suburban League policy to play soccer so late in the year. The Wlarriors scored a total of twenty-three goals to their opponents' eight. They were led by junior Mike Center, who scored eleven goals. Senior Bill Singsen, second high scorer, contributed five goals. Center and Singsen as well as junior Steve Scher were selected to the first all-state squad. juniors Pete Hague and Pete Kiel were placed on the second team while junior Steve Fields, sophomore Tom Watson and captain Randy Alexander received honorable mention recognition. In apposition, the Sophomore Soccer Team suffered a rather disappointing season. The Papooses won only one game, losing four and tying one. VARSITY ovr. N.1'. EYANSFON . . 0 0 Sr. Mm. . . 1 1 OAK PARK . . 4 2 ST. JOSEPH . . . O 4 hl0RTON East . . 0 3 LAKE Fom-:sr . . 1 3 EVANSTON . . 0 0 ST. lloseru . . . 0 5 OAK PARK . . 0 2 ST. NIEL . . . . 1 2 NIORTON Easr . . l 2 SOPHOMORE EvANs1'oN ..... 5 2 OAK PARK . . 2 0 ST. josmui . . . 1 I LAKE FOREST . . 0 0 EVANSTON . . . 2 1 ST. JOSEPH . . . 0 3 f,AK PARK . . l 0 W f 1' " fi v4 he org" xr Lf-""' 1 f QV 3,1 ,,. 'Q Qing Q , ,fi 1 x4 .ax x F.......... r . -ss V T, . ' xbxieil fi s 4.4 Q 1 if , - ,.,,, It Yu , U I W fff tk J Q ith I M Q .ff A w I , O 'av I x. 4: 0 .. it E R ,Q Q 5 4 gi 53: JH fs F , Q VARSITY New Trier lst in Suburban League Meet New Trier 3rd in State Meet ovr. N.T. NTORTON EAST . . 44 19 Out Punt . . . 48 I5 PROYISO EASY .... 39 22 HlcuLANn Putx . . . 39 18 SUBURBAN Innova TWTEET 42 35 W.tuxr:c,tN EAST . . . -I3 I8 Nuns Ewsr . . . . 47 16 EYANSTUN . . . 30 26 STATE THEET .... 61 100 SOPHOMORE New Trier 2nd in Suburban League Meet ow. N.T. NTORTUN EAST . . 39 20 Out Pfuut . . . 31 25 PROYISU EASY .... 331 24 HlGllLrlNll Punt . . . 237 21 SLnu:nu.tN Ll-:Acun lNlliliT 33 53 WVAUKEGAN EAST . . . 26 Jil NILES EAST . . . . 50 15 EVANSTON . . 37 20 A RETUR TG POWER The 1962 Varsity Cross Country team returned to the glory that was New Trier Cross Country, compiling an undefeated dual meet season and copping first place in the Suburban League. The Harriers also came in first in their district and third in the state meet, two points behind second place Evanston whom they had earlier defeated in dual meet competition. The success of the barriers can be attributed to the team's great depth. Captain Del Mitchell led the team with seven first places and in one meet came within two seconds of the New Trier course record. juniors Gordy Segersten and Roo Carson were Mitchell's closest competitors. Both were among the top fifteen in the state meet. Sophomore Ted Ferris also saw frequent varsity duty. The sophomore team placed second in the Suburban League behind NX'aukegan. Ferris broke the sophomore course record before he was moved up to the varsity. XVhen Ferris was absent the team was led by sophomore Ed Jamieson and freshman john Davis. We . Gorrly Segersten elbows Captain Del Mitche out of hrst place in the Niles meet. fArliprx VARSITY SOPHOMORE or-P. N.T. oi-P lb'f0RTON EAST . . 26 74 BTORTON EAST . 45 MAINli EAST . . -MFG 5512: MAINT-1 EAST . . 45 BLUOM ...... 36 E-3 G3 ld: limo M ...,. 47115 Rivmzsme BROUKFIELD 25 75 Rivnnsnm Iinoom'iicLn 16M Yoiut ...... 481721 42 'xg Yonk ..... 35 LQ WVAUKEGAN . . 27 73 RVAITKEGAN . 52 LAGRANGE . . 44 84 I.AtLitANc:r . -I3 New Trier, perennial powerhouse in track, swept to another fine season as their impressive record indicates. The team, with head coach Mr. Ben Almaguer and assistant coaches Mr. Pete Frantzen, Mr. james McFadzean, and Mr. Gerald Kates, had its share of individual stars while maintaining good balance. Outstanding performances for the team were in distance running events. junior john Laidlaw climaxed an excellent season by setting a new Suburban League half-mile record with a time of 1 156.9 in the League Meet at Oak Park. Milers Del Mitchell and Roo Carson ran consistently well, their best times being 4:31 and 4:33 respectively. The mile relay team of Gregg Syfert, Brian Ferguson, Laidlaw, and Bob Timm turned in a time of 3:42.4 for a Morton Big Ten meet record. The team was especially strong in the quarter-mile event. Along with Syfert, Timm, and Laidlaw, juniors Doug Hunter and john Moulding performed well. The half-mile relay was composed N.'l'. 53 BALANCE A STRONG POI T FOR THINCLADS 52 LQ 821,15 5 5 1 .J- 47 of sprinters Moulding, Rich Robinson, Paul Mandel, and Neal Wiiiick. Wittick was also the team's number one 50-yard dash man, his best time being 5.5. The team was also strong in the field events: pole vault, shot put, broad jump, and high jump. Exceptional pole vaulters were Tom Paul, Dave Fullerton, and Nip Duncan. Excellent shot putters were Randy Mercein and Marty Bridges. Bob Guelich and Andy Hoel were the team's best broad jumpers, and sopho- more Skip Spanjer performed well in the high jump. The outlook for next year's varsity is bright due to an abun- dance of talent on this year's Frosh-Soph squad. Some fresh- men likely to see varsity action in the future are john Struggles, a hurdler, john Davis, a half-miler, miler Bob Blackwell, pole vaulter john Holmes, and Bill Berkenfield, who has already high jumped six feet. Talented sophomores were runners Ted Ferris and Fritz Newnhuyse, and broad jumper jim XValton. Freslnnan Dave Porter passes the baton to senior Brian Ferguson while prac- ticing for an upcoming meet. Uiauj Alone in enemy territory, Bob Magnuson's only support seems to come from the N.T. rooters in the background. Mctipesj CAGERS' BEST SEASG EVER VARSITY LA GRANGE . . NILES EAST . . . 34 94 NIAINE EAsr . . OAK PARK . . . . 61 62 Nn.Es EAsr . . HIGHLANI3 PARK . . 60 68 OAK PARK . . Paoviso EAST . . 63 36 HIGHLIKNII PARK VVAUKEGAN . . . 50 6l BENTON . . . EvANsroN . . . 57 7l BELLEVILLE . . lNIoa1'oN EASF . . 60 66 WAUKEGAN . ST. Gizoiusn . . . 26 58 EVANSTON . . EvANsroN . . 37 61 Monrox EAST . W AUKEGAN . 57 44 The varsity baseketball team became the pride of New Trier this winter by winning the first undisputed Suburban League crown in the schoolis history. The Cagers finished with an over- all record of 17-4, while in Suburban League play they were 13-1. The Indians, coached by Mr. Nisbet and Mr. Lewis, were consistently ranked among the top sixteen teams in the state. New Trier's stiffest opposition came from Waukegan and Proviso East, who placed second and third respectively. The Indians did not have as easy a season as their impressive record might indicate. One-point victories over Oak Park and Menon East were a tribute to the balance of the League. Speculation on the possibility of an undefeated League record was abruptly stopped after the Indians' meeting with a fired-up Proviso East team at Maywood, who dealt the Indians an embarrassing twenty-five-point loss. The sign of a good team is if it can bounce back from such a defeat. New Trier did just that as they outlasted Walikegan for the second time the following night. As a result of that win, the Suburban League Trophy now rests in the New Trier trophy case. An extremely success- ful season ended in disappointment when a much-improved Watlkegan team defeated the Indians in the Waukegati Regional Fnals of the State Tournament. The team was led by captain Tom Nisbet and senior Bob Magnuson. Nisbet received all-state recognition at guard, while Magnuson was an all-Suburban League forward. At the annual banquet, Cliff Nelson was elected next year's captain. The brilliance of New Trier's finest basketball season was dimmed when, on April 7, Mr. Tom Nisbet, New Trier's greatest basketball coach, passed away. Mr. Nisbet came to this country from Scotland at the age of five. His family settled in Harvey, Illinois. Mr. Nisbet attended Thornton High and was captain of the 1938-39 basketball team at the University of Illinois. He then returned to Thornton to coach until 1957, when he moved to New Trier to become the Indians, head coach. As a coach, Mr. Nisbet was known for his quiet acceptance of both victory and defeat. Yet he had a fine record-the year before he became head coach, New Trier took 6th in the Suburban League, the last two years they have been league champions. No finer tribute can be given a coach than this record. JAYVEES PREPARE JU IORS FOR NEXT YEAR'S VARSITY Despite a losing record this season, the Junior Varsity ful- filled its purpose, according to Mr. Dave Dickman, j.V. coach. He went on to say that the j.Vfs did a good job in keeping the varsity hustling and in good shape. 'They did so in scrimmages on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, followed by a scrimmage of their own on Fridays and league games on Saturday. The team consisted of eleven boys, ten juniors and senior joe Wagiier. The J.V.'s finished with a record of five wins and ten losses, although they were 5-7 in the Suburban League. High scorer on the team was Roy johnson, a left-handed guard. Centers XVagner and Quentin johnson specialized in defense. The team suffered from a lack of height, however, and their front line did not perform as well as expected. The team's greatest asset was its four guards: Roy johnson, jim Rohr, Tim Loos, and Tom Newman. Coach Dickman named Newman as the boy who was most improved over the course of the season, and cited Rohr as an excellent floor leader who also maintained a good scoring average. Another purpose of the junior Varsity team is to provide the talent for the next year's varsity positions. Coach Dickman named Rohr, Roy johnson, Frank Fowle, and XVill Lenfestey as strong candidates for the squad. ,IUNIOR VARSITY oi-P. NJ. LA llk,xNc1li . . 72 70 Rmcusinrz . . 5:5 44 RTAINIZ liasl' . . 64 56 Niuis EAST . . 32 57 OAK P,-nut . . . 48 74 IIn:u1.ANn linux . . 35 59 PROYISU I2.xs'r . . 54 42 WAlrx1ic:AN . . 51 37 ICVANSTUN . . 41 37 NIURTUN . . 52 66 U.-xx Punt . . . 51 49 Hlt:ll1,.xNlm PARK . . 35 42 Pkoriso I-last . . 55 42 Ev.xNs'roN . . G4 46 Itlmrrox . . 4:3 S54 Center Skip Spaniel' hooks in two points for the Ponies in their 57-51 triumph over Highland Park. Ulnuj PO IES HAVE GOOD POTENTIAL BUT SO-SO RECORD The Sophomore basketball team had a relatively poor season by New Trier standards. The Ponies won six games but suf- fered eight losses in Suburban League play. Coach Melvin Esarey felt that the team's weakness was basically that the boys didn't function well as a team, despite several occasions on which individuals performed well. The Sophs had disappointments, games they could have won, but they had some good nights too. The Ponies started off well with an impressive victory over LaGrange, Later they scored a win over Morton East by holding their opponents to only twenty-five points. The boys suffered a letdown at the end of the season by losing in the final seconds to Evanston and in overtime to Morton East, 47-40 The team had good potential in the persons of Don Rind- fleisch and Aloel Schachtel. Rindfleisch led the team in scoring with 149 points, and also led in rebounds. Schachtel scored 127 points and proved himself a good hall-handler. Steve Carl- stedt led the defensive chores for the Ponies, and Skip Spanjer specialized in rebounding. Coach Esarey named Bill Bronner, Ed -lamieson, and Ted Ferris as boys who showed great im- provement during the season. He felt that Rindfleisch, Schach- tel, Carlstedt, Spanjer, Ferris, and Steve Antrim have a good chance to see varsity action in the future. SOPHOMORE ow. N.1'. IA GRANGE . . 40 48 hlAlNl-I East' . . . 33 40 Niues Efisr . . . 33 54 that PARK . . . . 48 59 llitzilmsn PARK . . 57 57 Pitovlso EAST . . 53 46 vii.-KUKEGAN . . . 52 I7 lii'.tNs1'oN . . . 45 36 Moarox Easr . . 25 32 Niuzs . . . 48 339 OAK PARK . . . 35 42 l'TlGllLAND PARK . . 40 54 Pitovlso Easr . . 41 32 XVAUKEGAN . . . 69 47 Ev.tNsroN . . . 44 42 Moivros Easr . . 47 44 FRESHMAN "A" om-. Nbr. LA GRANGE . . 37 43 RIVERSIDE . . 14 45 MAINE EAs'r . . 31 48 NILES EAsr . . . 24 44 OAK PARK . . . . 47 54 HIGIILANI1 PARK . . 36 40 PKOVISO EAs'r . . . 37 38 WAUKRGAN . . . 45 40 EvANsroN . . 27 39 MOR1'lbN EAs'r . , 39 55 OAK PARK . . . . 38 29 IEIGIILAND PARK . . 33 40 PROYISO EAST . . .41 43 EVANSTON . . 35 43 BIORTON EAs'r .... 38 43 FRESHMAN "li" ow. N.1'. Rivlmsinrz . . 20 35 Nlu-is EAs'r . . . 29 51 OAK PARK . . . . 27 45 HICIILTKNII PARK . . 31 43 PROYISO EAS1' . . . 29 38 WAUKRGAN , . . 31 38 EVANSTON . . 28 46 hfORTON EASY . . 28 48 OAK PARK . . . . 22 57 l'1it:uLANn PARK . . 34 43 PROVISO EAST . . 29 35 EvANsroN . . . 29 34 MORTKTN EAST . . . 43 48 FROSH TEAMS HINE WITH 26-2 COMBINED RECORD The Freshman basketball teams, coached by Mr. jerry Mor- gan and assistant Mr. john Galbraith, did far better than was expected of them this season, winning twenty-six of twenty- eight games. The NA" and "B" teams compiled 13-'Z and 13-0 records respectively. Despite their fine record, the freshman "A" team finished second in the Suburban League. One of the team's two defeats Vic VValker scores two points for the Frosh A squad in their -13-41 victory over Proviso. Teammates john Holmes, Steve Yates, and Larry Rose-nneig look on. 1Rm1j came at the hands of Wfaukegan, the squad that was later to become league champion. Because of sickness, the "A" team was forced to play the Watlkegaii game with only four of their five regular starters, and was defeated, 45-40. A victory against XVaukegan would have meant a share of the league Champion- ship. The team was hampered by sickness among the regulars several times during the year. The Freshman "AD team's greatest strength was on offense, particularly the front line, led by 6-6 Larry Rosensweig at center. The team played pattem basketball, often winning by large margins. Coach Morgan cited Rosensweig, john Holmes, Steve Yates, and Bill Berkenfield as offensive standouts and good prospects for the future. The Freshman HB' team went undefeated in thirteen games, thus doing the best of any of this year's basketball teams. This squad, also concentrating on offense, ran into their stiffest opposition against Proviso East, winning by one and two-point margins. . AN OFF YEAR- SWIMMERS TAKE SECOND IN STATE The tension of the race begins long before the starting gun sounds and stopwatch begins its relentless cycle. fRfl1l, Finishing the season as second in the state, New Trier's varsity swimming team performed well. New Trier was de- feated by Hinsdale in the state meet, but being second was quite an accomplishment. Much of last year's state champion- ship team had graduated and with the restrictions imposed by the Suburban League as to the amount of practice time allowed, the teams this season had difficulty in getting into top form. Also, with Coach Dave Robertson hospitalized during a few crucial weeks of the season because of a back injury, the teams were deprived of his valuable assistance. In Coach Robertson's absence, Coach Ray Essick and diving Coach Dick Becker had greater responsibility in providing New Trier with the Finest possible teams. ln the Suburban League standings, the varsity team was runner-up to Evanston. Outstanding seniors on the team were the three co-captains: Bill Burson, Jon Holland, and jack Kiefer. "Burson and Kiefer maintained a consistent excellence over their four years at New Trier," Coach Robertson said. "Each one placed in the state meet all four years that they were here." This year the Ned Schroeder Memorial trophy was awarded to jon Holland. This trophy is awarded annually to the graduating swimmer who best exhibits qualities of leader- ship, responsibility, and sportsmanship. Other excellent gradu- ating swimers were Vic Banks, who placed in the state meet both years he attended New Trier, and Brent Bersbach, who was runner-up for the last two years in diving in the state meet. Outstanding perfomiances by juniors were tumed in by Phil Chase, who was second in the state in both the 50-yard and the 100-yard free-style competition, and Steve Shapiro, who was second in the state in the 100-yard breast stroke and who broke the varsity record for that event. Juniors Tom Hendrey and jim Props both performed well, each placing in two events in the state meet. The sophomore team finished second in the Suburban League. The strength of the team was built around co-captains Tom Cray, Gerry Miller, and Tom Peck. With record-breaking points, Doug Todd became the first sophomore in history to become the state diving champion. The freshman team won the Suburban League championship. Freshman Ralph Todhunter led off the free-style relay in the state meet and did an excellent overall job. This year's fresh- man team, ranking with the best New Trier has ever had, broke every freshman New Trier record but one. Though this season went well, next year looks even more promising. According to Coach Robertson, "We have three strong years behind us." With so many lettermen returning in the fall, New Trier may once again rule the roost of swimming. VARSITY New Trier 2nd ill Suburban League Meet New Trier lst iII District Meet New Trier 2nd in State Meet om-. N.T. CLINTON. IowA . . 29 66 HINSDALE . . . . 59 39 DOLPHIN RELAYS . . 63 70 HIGHLAND PARK . . 29 66 HlNSIlfiLE . . . . 8115 38 EVANSTON . . 481,15 38 PROVISO EAST . . 31 64 WA U KLGAN . , l 1 83 EvANsroN , . 58 37 OAK PARK . . 20 75 MAINE EAST . 26 69 NILIZS EAST ..... 9 86 SOPHOMORI-I ow. N.T. IAIINSDALI-1 . . . 48 47 H1c1ILANn PARK . . 15 S0 HINSUALE . . . . 78 4015 EvANs'1'0N . . 49115 40 LQ PROVISO EAST . . 9 86 WAUKIZGAN . , . 9 86 INDIAN RELAYS . . 79 69 EVANSTQN . . . . 49 46 FRESHM.-KN on-. N.T. lWAlNl-I EAST ..., 21 74 HINSDALE . . . . 52 43 HIGHLAND PARK . . 27 67 Pnovlsu EAS1' . . 26 69 VVAUKEGAN . . . 171.5 775 EvANsroN . . . 37 58 OAK PARK .... 9 86 CLI-:NnII0oK NORTH . 36 96 QLLENDROOK Sourn . 36 96 Niues EAsr . . . 5 80 Junior Don jones prepares to swim the hackstroke in a varsltx meet IRHIII 2? -2 K I 4 " tlisfi S. ,v get ,Iuniur Phil Chase, New Trier varsity record holder in the 50-yard freestyle, comes up for air at the eI1d of an exllausmg race. fRl11ll lirizin Mt-Kinsey frightj dis- plays the funn that won the Slllillfllllll League Freslimun Diving Clxanlpionsliip. QAK- Iifwxj Peter Diltz. state runner-up in the 112-pound division. disposed of this Oak Park opponent with ease. lArliprsj STRE GTH I DIVIDUALS The varsity wrestling team enjoyed one of their best seasons in recent years, climaxing their campaign by a fourth place finish in the State Meet. Mr. Ken Welliiigtoii was head coach and Mr. Eugene Cichowski assistant coach. The team was especially outstanding in the lower weight classes: 95, 112, and 120 pounds. Senior Don Behm ended one of the best individual efforts ever seen in any sport at New Trier. He compiled a 65-2 record over a period of three years, winning 44 straight and twenty of twenty this year. Co-captain Behm, a 120-pounder, captured his second straight state title, with little trouble, by defeating a La C-range opponent, 14-7. The other co-captain, Pete Diltz, performed exceptionally in the 112-pound class. Diltz recorded a 21-2 mark, both losses coming at the hands of a Deerfield wrestler, the eventual state champ. At Champaign, Diltz scored three consecutive shutouts before being defeated 7-4 to take second place. Sophomore Don VARSITY New Trier second in District Meet New Trier fourth in State Meet oi-P. N.T. Rmvis ...... 15 25 Noitru Cnlmco . . . 8 37 NILES Wnsr . . . 19 20 HIGIILANII PARK . . 6 36 NIAINE Wasr . . 23 23 Pkovlso East . . I9 22 VVAUKIEGAN . . . 31 9 Fomasr Vu-tw . . 14 25 EVANSTON . . 25 16 T HORNTON . . 27 I8 OAK PARK . . . 14 26 CLENBROOK . . . 22 17 Niues Eltsr . . . . 12 26 Disrlucr MEET . . 94 85 SEcT1oN.xL BIEET . . . 106 37 STATE Muir . . . 64 30 Joseph, at 95 pounds, took third in the state when he lost to a Proviso East wrestler whom he had already defeated earlier in the season. joseph finished with a 20-2 record. 127-pounder Duncan Stuart was named as the boy who showed the most improvement, and he received the Dads' Club award. Sophomore Barry Cook at 133 performed well for the varsity. Senior Dave Reiter qualified for the State Meet, and co-captain-elect Tom Factor would have gone downstate had he not injured his shoulder. The team also lost the services of junior Bruce Cordon, who suffered a neck injury. Mr. Bill Turner, coach of the sophomore team, named cap- tain Dave Knox as a standout at 154 pounds. Also named were Bob Siebel, Bruce Rosenberg, and Terry Light. The team's gradual decline at the end of the season was due in part to Barry Cook's promotion to the varsity. is X sk, ,N . M,-U W . Vfiwwul -H . . K W , - . 'WM 4' xxx 5. K ov f , . X 4, .f A ,, 3 M "'g"'5"Xf"Mm.W.N A t 2 W al I 4 ,.,f...545 ,+A k ,BY 144 ... f ..3,.sf,3 -.Msg J, Q, ,, . 3, E Y.XRSI'I'Y New Trier -Ilh in Suburban League Meet Neu Trier 5th in District Meet Nen Trier Htl: in State Meet SOPHOMURE New Trier lst in Snbur League Meet OPP Yonx ....,.. 51 UW' NI' AizLiNt:'roN Hmcirrs . . -I7 YORK """ 71 ffl INIAINIE East . . . -I9 :hRLlNG'I'0N Ilizmnrs . 7256 5815 EHNSYON t I 49 XIAINI-Z E,is'r .... 71 61 THORNTON . D 45 E"AN5'1'0N ' ' ' 90 42 XVAUKI-IGAN . . 50 'I'HoRNToN . . 75 55 MORTON EAST I . I-H Wfwxiacaa . . . 66 64 OAK PARK . I 37 Moirrox Easr . . 51 81 pkouso EAS- ' V 50 OAK PARK . . 53 79 I EXPERIENCE AND I JLIRIES PLAGLIE VARSITY GYMNASTS Hampered throughout the year by injuries and inexperience, ban the varsity gymnastics team had a very troubled season. Wfin- ning only two of eleven meets, the varsity tied at fourth with Wallkegan in the Suburban League. Foremost among those lost through injuries was Chuck Bern- stein, co-captain and the only letterman from last year's squad, who was disabled for the entire regular season until the district gymnastics toumament. junior Cary Verne, who performed on the rings, was incapable of participation during much of the season. Partly as a result of injuries, and partly because most of last year's Suburban League co-champion team had gradu- ated, the team was composed largely of juniors. As a result, Head Coach joe C-iallombardo explained, the team suffered from inexperience and fell down in competition with older, more experienced teams. The highest level of performance of a gymnast is naturally reached during the boy's senior year, he added. Despite the poor record, there were several outstanding indi- vidual ellorts. Most outstanding was senior co-captain john Hooker, who competed on both rings and the parallel bars. He scored more points than any other team member while capturiog the most First place titles Clive on the parallel bars, six on the ringsj. He also was the only one of seven New Trier qualifiers to place in the state meet. junior Perry lvliller, who perfomied on the trampoline and in tumbling, as well as junior trampolinist Ray Walker, also were outstanding. Three sophomores-Paul Graf, Roy Beavers, and Pat Rosser-partiCi- pated in varsity competition in the district meet. N.'I'. SI 815 82 83 86 8I SI 9-I 82 john Hooker. eo-captain of the QXIIIXIHSIICS team. cleinonstrates the rarely perfected one- arm stand on the parallel bars. jlfoxl The sophomore team, coached by Earl Schabel, "really outdid themselves" according to Coach Ciallombardo, as they were undefeated in eleven meets and won the Suburban League championship. The freshman gymnastics team was also strong. Wfith the great number of able and experienced juniors and with added strength from this year's sensational sophomore sophomore team, next yearls gymnastics team will be a major contender for the Suburban League and state championships. .-qi 1. -fnf' .qw Q"?"545'. .wwf-.1 -mix ' 'W Q , E gig? , ,W ff 'ff X' ff! E ,pw Ighj if 3,5-af xx. .nl-hw 3 A ' my f T f f -fr," ' s 'IZ 'ki - 'oil' 2 f Kr ,' , fx Y' I 'li ' 5' if' All N ff' , ,f Nm.. fm, PITCHERS' FI E E.R.A.'S BRING EARLY SEASGN VICTCJRIES Although in third place at press time, the varsity baseball squad had cause for disappointment. The team posted a Sub- urban League record of five wins and four losses with an over- all mark of seven and eight. All four of the Indian losses in League competition were by one run. The team did not have a great deal of success in early spring games, losing three out of four to teams from the Chicago area. The Indians were ready for the opening of the Suburban Sophomore ,lim Cloud has the support of ull but the catcher and the umpire as he laces il Holy Cross pitcher. IM. Clirrfuzlcl League season, however, as they quickly moved into first place with four straight victories, including a double win over Niles East. The start of their downfall came with a doubleheader at Morton. The Mustangs took both games by the score of '2-I, although the Indians remained in a tie for first. The following week they dropped two to Oak Park, allowing the Huskies to take over the League lead. By far the most outstanding individual performance of the season was a no-hitter by john Smart against Waukegani. Smart pitched consistently all year, both in starting and relief roles. Pitching was a strong point for the Indians, as they al- lowed an average of only three and one-half runs per game. Other hurlers included Charlie Baby, Greg Dean, Bok Stanek, and Bob Page. The sophomore team suffered from weak hitting, ending with an overall record of 3-8. At one stretch of five games, they scored only five runs while their opponents were scoring thirty- eight. They did, however, defeat Evanston at Duke Childs Field, 8-6. The frosh "A" squad won seven of eleven includ- ing two from Evanston. .1 VARSITY .X f - ' II fi - ovi-. N.1'. x, 4 Norm: IJAMH . . . 5 2 I, 2 LANE Ti-:ui . . 3 -I X I W Pxosrieirr .... . I 0 NORTH Ciillzauo . . -I 3 EVANSTON . . . . 2 5 Niuss Elisr . . 9 I2 Niuss Easr . . 7 I7 W.-xuicecan . . 0 4 IYIORTON . . 2 l BIORTON . . 2 l OAK PARK . . I 0 OAK Paint . . 6 5 EvANs'roN . . -I 8 ST. GEORGE . . SI I0 SOPHOMORIC LANI: 'fmzu ..... I 0 HIGHLANII Puck . . -I I3 I Noun-3 IJ.-me . . 2 9 Hour Ckoss . . . li 8 Evamsros . . . Ii 8 Niuas Easr . . I0 I WAUKEGAN . . 7 2 MORTON lixovu . . . I0 I HIGIILANII Puck . . S I OAK PARK . . . 5 0 NQTRE Dann: , . I0 6 o vu Qi SX, ggi 5 VZ Q 'dam' my 3 1 puny ,Q 'xg-, E , 3 ' W3 " T' V- -z 1, , ,ff A .1 47 ' ff E 1 we 1 S I an-WA . N K" J ' M. -f 5 bla. sg F SA' S' .IU IOR LETTERMEN TO RETLIR The outdoor track season had to be called less than spectac- ular. New Trier has traditionally been the major power in its district, but this year it was predicted that the squad would take only third, behind XVaukegan and toperated Evanston. Part of the reason for the decline was an increase of talent at the aforementioned schools. The main problem was that a large part of the varsity squad was composed of juniors. Although several performed well, an extra year of experience and development would have been valuable. At press time, the team had competed in five outdoor meets, placing first in only one. The Cindermen made a good showing in their first two triangular meets, placing second in the meet at Gary and winning at Evanston. The team went on to post a fourth-place finish in the Watikegaii Relays and a second in the Maine East Relays, three points ahead of Evans- ton. ln the District Meet at Evanston, they scored a surprising second to Evanston and as a result of this meet, nine individuals and two relay teams qualified for the State Meet at Champaign. The State finals saw New Trier earn ten points and a fourth place tie with First places hy john Laidlaw and the mile relay team or Gregg Syfert, Maj Hall, Laidlaw, and Bob Timm. Laidlaw turned in one of the best individual performances of the meet by equalling the 880 state record of I 155. VARSITY New 'Trier 2nd in Distric! Meet New Trier 4th in State Meet on-. N.'r. Gam' ROOSEVELT , . . 82 47 EVANSTON ...,. 68 71 V2 WAUKEGAN Rm.,n's . . 99 40W BIAINE EAST Rrzmvs . . 72 70 EVANSTUN TDIST. Mizm' . 585 48 The team was handicapped throughout the season by the loss of Captain Steve Lazarra, who was bothered by injuries sustained in the football season. Lazarra's football teammate, Neil Wiiiick, a sprinter on the track team, was also lost before the District Meet. Among the seniors, Del Mitchell, a miler, pole vaulter Tom Paul, and Bill Dear in the discus were indi- vidual standouts. Outstanding juniors included Laidlaw, state half-mile champion, and miler Roo Carson. Fritz Newenhuyse, a promising sophomore, participated on the State Meet qualify- ing 880 relay team. Other qualifiers were Rich Robinson in the 100 and 220-yard dashes, Bob Timm and Greg Syfert in the 440 or quarter-mile, and john Daniels in the high jump. Coach Ben Almaguer has much to look forward to for next year because of the line sophomore talent exhibited this year. A loss to Evanston in a triangular meet showed the sophs good individual potential rather than great team strength. ln addi- tion to Newenhuyse, Bill Farrell was a standout. The mile relay team of Newenhuyse, Farrell, Bill Friedman, and john Davis tumed in a Suburban League record time of 32311. Representatiies of track's three longest running events: Nliler Del Mitchell. liulf-miler John Laidlow, and quarter- miler Bob Timm warm up for the Evanston relays. 1ClI!'l'17IIkl VARSITY New Trier lst in District Meet New Trier 7th in State Meet orr. N.r. Sr. Gi-:oncE ..... 0 l RIVERSIDE Bnooxrieui . I 0 .IOLIET CATHOLIC . . . 0 l ST. GEORGE ..,.. 0 1 PALATINE . . . 1 0 ,IOLIET CA1'Ho1.lt: . . . I 0 HINSDALE . . . . W IA HINSDALE ..... I 0 PALATINE ..... 0 I CHAMPAIGN Quan. . . 0 1 EVANSFON ..... 0 I VVAUKEGAN . . . . 0 l NILES Easr . . . 0 1 Disrmcr NTEET . . 331 321 b'fORTON . . . . 0 1 . . . AND THE CAME THE STATE MEET A seventh place finish in the State Meet proved a great dis- appointment for the varsity golf team. The squad had won four Suburban League matches making it a major contender for the state crown. The golf played by the team at Champaign was not, however, exceptional. The team consisted, during most of the season, of five sen- iors: co-captains Rick Stultz and john Klein, Bob Star, Ken Cranat, and Jim Freeman. These five brought the varsity a mediocre early season record but they seemed to catch Fire when they travelled to the Champaign Quadrangular where they triumphed over three rugged downstate teams. Two of the defeated teams, Champaign and Quincy, were later to tie for fourth in the State Meet. The highlight of the season came in New Trier's 311-316 victory over highly touted Walikegan. The Bulldogs were then regarded as favorites for the state championship. The district meet proved the golfers' downfall. Although they won the meet, their second and third men, Bob Star and Ken Cranat, both failed to qualify, leaving the squad at a dis- tinct disadvantage. At Champaign, the golfers never got started, as their low man, Rick Stultz, was able to come in only fifteenth in the individual competition. Some measure of glory may yet remain for the varsity. A triumph over Waukegan in the Suburban League meet will add another League championship to this year's long list, At press time, the Sophomores had a both unimpressive and inconclu- sive record of 6-5. Because of the large number of graduating golfers, it is this team that will be required to supply much of the varsity material for next year's squad. Co-captain Rick Stultz lines up a birdie putt on the thir- teenth at Winnetka golf course. tRauJ VARSITY New 'Trier lst in District Meet New Trier lst III State Meet OPP. N.r. ARLINGTON HEIGH1'S . . 2 3 BIAINE EAsr ..... I 4 HINSDALE . . . . 3 2 NII.Ias EAs'r . . 0 5 EvANs'roN . . 2 3 IVIORTON . . . 0 5 NIcoI.E'r. . . ll IHA HINSDALE . . 4 IHA WVAUKEGAN . . . 0 5 DISTRICT MEET . . . 7 I2 I-IInI-ILANII PARK . . . l 4 ARLINGTON HEIGlI'fS . . 2 3 OAK PARK ..... I -I FROSH-SOPH om-. N.r. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS . . l 4 MAINE EAST ..... I HINsI:IAI.E .... . 35 NII.Izs EASI' . . 0 5 5 2 EVANSFON . . . . 2 3 MOIzToN ,... . 0 5 VVAUKEGAN . . . . 0 5 HIGHLAND Punt . . . 0 5 ARLINGTON HEIGll1'S . . 2 3 OAK PARIL ..... 2 3 FIRST STATE TITLE N NINE YEARS The second and third best doubles teams in Illinois was all that New Trier needed to bring home the school's only undis- puted state championship of the year. The victors won the crown by a two-point margin, taking nine points to runner-up Arlington's seven. Due to the qualification of only two doubles teams, the Net- men had been given only an outside chance for the title. Yet, when New Trier left the court after the first day of competi- tion with two doubles semi-linalists, their eight points had al- ready cinched for them the team championship over favored Hinsdale and Evanston. On the second day, however, both teams were defeated by Arlington's eventual doubles cham- pions, co-captains john Hunter and Kit Kaufman losing in the semi-finals 6-2, 7-5, and Jay Huebsch and Art Nielsen falling 8-6, 6-2 in the finals. It was these same four players who led the Netmen to an ll-I dual meet record. The squad's only loss was a 3-2 deci- sion to Hinsdale which was later revenged when New Trier vanquished both XVisconsin state champion Nicole: and Hins- dale in a triangular meet. At press time the Netmen were lead- ing the Suburban League race with a 6-0 mark. The sophomore teams also enjoyed great success in achieving a 9-1 dual meet record. Although they suffered from the loss of sophomores Wayne Eckerling and jim Schoch to varsity and Steve C-ritten to mononucleosis, the sophs, led by Austie Shearer and john XVeil, were also undefeated in Suburban League competition. Co-captains HIIIIter and Kaufrnan anticipate a lob from their Wau- kegan opponents. ICIlfI'fJHk, FOOTBALL VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Mr. WVeiny,5artner. Mr. Asclxenbaclt. Lazzara. Rmnack. Mandel. Done-gan fcaptainl. liuesvlt tcaptainl. Nilsson, Smart. Henderson. Roche. SECOND: Fox, Eustis. Clark. Kelly. Reiter. Spies, Bridges, Mercein. Wleatlrerfrvrd. Mr. Ellis. THIRD: Coll' tnianagerl. Claire. Huenger. T. johnson. Tlmrscn. Baylor. lloel. Yvinick. YV. Clifford. Roth. Kearney lmanagerl. FOURTH: T. Johnson. Doolittle. Zimlmer. Cherpak. Morris. Bornlmeft. Small. Grey. Newman. Clifford fUl2lII2lgCI'l. REAR: Mayer. Riley. Truckenlmrod. RZltill'TlCl'k. Moeller. Baby. Dear. Kessler. Tvl'lCElCl'. JUNIOR VARSITY--FRONT ROVV: Mr. Klein lcoachX. Trearlwell. Karger. Kurtz. Freeman. Crawford. Sull Janin. Foswe. Mr. Fearlleiley. SECOND: Gordon. Scott. Foreman. Ball. Mercier. Marcus, Sachs, Davenport Kaufman. THIRD: Clifford. Porter. May. Najarian. Brown. SCTITIHIIID. Robbins. Slutzky. Haspray. VVelclt REAR: Duncan. Erickson. Fenton. Niculazzi. Walters. Swisher. Dahl. Abrainson. Trnlock. FOOTBALL SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROYV: Mr. Janice. Dahl. Trenkman. B. Miller. Gaiinawav. Frenzel. Gaber. Hedlnnd NVyss. Anderson. Maloney. Croft. Mizell. Mr. Galbraith. Mr. Cichowski. SECOND: 'Nlr. Lauer. Epstein. Roach: Levin. jelinek, Byrnni. Albrecht. Klein. Connor. L. Miller. McLucas. Pinsol. Goldsmith. Newenliuyse. johnson. THIRD: Kaplan. Hoza. Piercliala. Dallmeyer. Osborn. Walton. Triilock. Mather. Litechy. Honaker. Kessler. Dnlmey. Keefe. Howard. REAR: Ahern. Greene. Heuvelman. Herman. Cohnon. Rnahe. Blatchford. Bzirlcer. Dennnon. Kelley. Cook. Austin. Elclen. Lange. Mcllzileh. FRESHNIAN-FRONT ROW: Mr. Funkhouser. Mr. Lill, Handler. Angst. Buol. Stepelion. Barnard. Mee Roche. Cooper. Nathan, McLennan. Prohovnik. Trossman, Schopf. Savocchi, Mr. Swoap. SECOND: Mr. Lindley. Wile, Collins. Fairmain, Coe. Baylor. O'Donnell. Cook. Mahru, Hummel. Lucente, Harrison. Slntzky. A. Jacobsen, Mercier. Mr. Wellington. THIRD: Sherman, Hurley. Alshuler. Grier, Krueger, WVilson. Kohn. Adler. Shelton. Custer. McAvoy. Foster. Pope. Kaziny. Keating, Mr. Malinsky. FOURTH: Harrington. Yates. R Jacobsen. Drey. Herr. Wloods. Schreiner. Rothschild. Yager. Curtis. Meloy, Morrison. Wlillianis. Porter, Carlson Smith. REAR: Loper. Freilicli. Goldberg. Eaton. Lauer. B. Kimmel. Struggles. Williamson. P, Kimmel. Darly Gnndlaeh. McArthur. Newenhuyse. Shortriclge. Southwick. Stcdje. VARSITY-FRONT ROWV: Kell. Bard. lielnn. McTigl1e, Alexander Icaptninl. Turek. Slezulry. jones. Watson. SECOND1 Sollis. Harris, Wardner, Tauber. Dixon, Seller. Gercez. Erkan. Hague. REAR: Mr. Pereira. Singsen. Earle. xvllllfllll. Fielrls. cl1lEllK'l1. Heaton. f:0llSi'll2llk. Friellbcrg frnanagerl. 1Rnuj SOCCER FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FRONT RUVV: Frieflxnnn. joseph. Kinnard. VV!-llfllllilll. lfckllollse. Rose. Mandel- stein. Cluncl. SECOND: Mr. Dieclrick. Luster. Oppenheimer. Sandler. Knox. Hurnelte. Miller. Shervr. Holslczul. Kaplan. REAR: Coale. Sclnnidl. Larnlxurt. Felclman. Rlll'lillI2lSlCI'. Vl'oocl. Currie. Uiaul CROSS-COUNTRY VARSITY-FRONT RUVY: S. Hall. Mnulclingg. Laidlaw. Lu- crker. D. llnnlrr. Steplienson. il'lill'llEll. ll. llnnter. liorkzni. Clolcleuherg. C. joluisun. Nislwc-l. SECOND RUYV: llrin. Dulil. S. Hunter. Friwell. D. llulmsnn. Nl. Hall. Stnlkin. Harper. ll. Major Fullerton, Rohr. Ferguson. REAR: Hummel. Fell. Heu- kel. Nickel. Whterlmiiry. Syfert. Segerstell. Carson. Teepgzirrleu. Fitzpatrick. IRIINJ FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROVV: R. Duns. Dcbs, Collins. Bass, Katz. lilackwell. Kinnairzl. Malugen. J. Dans, Bul- let. Wlilson. REAR: Mr. Frantzen lcoaclil. Wliipple. Hediger, llennelt. Moms. Tallmutt. Polilo. Lealiy. fi0lllSIIllfl'l. Ferris. lirnok. lklllll VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Mitchell. M. Hall, Teepgartleu. Dulil. Winiclc, Borkan. HQ'IllCll, Lazzara. SECOND: Sellers, S. Hall Goldman. Treaclwell. Duncan. Luecker. Luiclluw. Couture THIRD: Ferguson. S. Hunter, Stephenson. Fitzpatrick. Fell Carson. Fullerton. johnson. Moulding. D. Hunter. Paul. Harper. Syfert. INDOOR-OUTDOOR TRACK l?Rl'lSHMAN-SUPHOMfPRE-FluTNT ROVV: Klllllalrll. lvultl- nuin. Mums. Wilson. Sipglin. Porter. Roclle. lillllflllllll. Collins. Quigley. Nliller. Slurrtrizlpge. Sliicluker. SECOND: tloldsinitll lf. Newenlulvse. lilucliforcl. Walton. Coule. C, NCNl'EIlllllN'SC. Gold- niun. lsuzicstui, Dznis. Blackwell. Angst. Grier. Moringu THIRD: W'ct'l1ler. Tullxutl. lirietlnmu. Goldstein. Farrell. Keating. Roy llenuett, Nix. Slams. Klein. Denunnn. javulxscil, Coe. Butler. Struggles. Hccliger. Kirkland. BASKETBALL VARSITY-FRONT ROWY: Ovsun. ul. Major. D. Major, Nisbet huplainl. Segersleu. xvillililllx f:I'iSkIlll0l'l'. STANDING: Mr. Lewis lcoachj. Grey. Nelson, Kremer. Cowdy. Adams. Magnu- wn. Mr. Nisbel icunclnj. fRIlll, ,IUNIOR VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Loos. Newman. R. John- 1-.on. Gessel. Fnule. Rohr. REAR: Mr. Dickman fcouchi. Wzlpg- ner, johnson. Bornhoeft. Lcnfesty. Claire. fRauj SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROVV: Fisller. Barton. Antrim, Scliacli- tel. SECOND: Wilson, Rutherforzl. Brook. Ferris. Koenen. Garrison, Polito, Topaz. REAR: Mr. Parker fcoaclij. Barnard. Jamieson, Harper, Gleeson, Spanjer, Goetlial. Brunner, Rincl- lleisch, Carlstedt, VVilhelm, Hobbs. fArtiprxJ BASKETBALL FRESHMAN-FRONT ROW: Walker. Yates. Holmes, Rosen- zweig, Mercier, Moore. Gundlach. Anderson. Newton, Handler. VVilson. jenkinson. SECOND: Mr. Morgan, Kohn. Stepelton Nemerowski. Berkenlield. Hunnnel. Fairinan. Berngard. Mee Bethke, Rogers, Goodmanson, Mr. Galbraith. lffhcrpakl Q 1 GYMNASTICS VARSITY-l.El"'l' T0 RIGHT: Bair. Walker. Cardwell. Vyse. Aden. Hooker Qcuplainl. Pullak. Morris. Springer. Feldman. Goldberg. Rosen. Oherndorf. Miller. Mr. Giallomburclo fcoaclil. Ufnul FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROW: Rosen, Badger, Dressler, Goodman, Barnett, Winkless, Russell, Pennell, johnson, McClure, Paine, Bateman, Rossman. SECOND: Davis, Ray- mond, Heffner, Sanborn, Levy, Price, Marcus, Kaplan, Mann. Graf. Cellier. Butterfield. REAR: Smith, Jacobson, Dupre. Stewart, VVinters, Beavers. McLaren. Petersen, Swiryn. Hassel. Becker, Shoemaker, Spicer, Yager. Zirnberoff, VVertli. Russer. Palmer. Mr. Scliabel fcoacllj. lcllfffilllll VARSITY-FRONT ROW: joseph, WVald, Gordon, Stuart. Belim. Diltz. Lazer. Schnett. SECOND: Clifford, Tienson, Cook, Klein, Sigmund, Digre. Harris, Collin. Scher. Lutz. REAR: Mr. Wellington lcoachl, Keitel, Stringfellow. Robbins. Dear, Doo- little, Nelson. Ball, Factor, Reiter, Mr. Hurley fcoachj. Ufoxl WRESTLING FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROW: O'Brien. Good- man, Digre, Kinnaird, Samuels, Wvedding, Curtis, Baylor, Top- ping. Williamson, FioRito. Isaac. SECOND: Green, Siebel, Rosenberg, Light, Stossel. Adams. Swanson, Nettleman. Mather. Knox, Ames, Walton. Rubenstein. THIRD: Mr. Cichowski lcoachj. Caniff, Debs, B. Miller, Ball, Tubbes, T. Miller, Coorlas, Goldberg, Stixrood, D. Samuels. Haskell, Kahn, B. Lauer, Hoff- man. Sanger. Nolan, Alfini. Mitchell. Quale, Turner. fFoxl SWIMMING VARSITY-FRONT ROW? Frergnian, Chase, Yeuinun. YVnllf. Holland fcaptainj. Kiefer icaptainj, Kleinfeld, Shapiro. Prop:-.. Volckeils. Bitzer, Dillon. SECOND: Anderson. Searles. Harrali. jones, Ross, Petit. Steinberg. Sacra, Mr. Essick Icoachj. Mr. Robertson lcoacllj, Mr. Becker fcoaclil. REAR: Jones. Lucente, Reinert. Ennis. Long. Bryant. Rundle. Varner. Stern. Kennedy. Litten, Jackman. Hendrey. Mrlilzrsj 4 - ,, 4 W f I ., V 4 ,- . ...ii . , f 1 - .f...,-mi.......- SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROW: Woodbury, Swanson. Green- berg, Buenger, Miller lcaptainj. Peck fcaptainb, Gray leaptainl. Hoaglund. Paine. Hoffman. Hutchings. SECOND: Sllllllllill. Friedman. Angst. Carlson. Todd, Rimkus, Hinman, Stokes. Rall. Mr. Essick Qcoachj. Mr. Robertson fcoachl. Mr. Becker Kcoaclib. REAR: Mack. liraliain. Benson. Burns. Laurence. lAv!ipr.sl li f 1 f FQ' nga M , ' ' 1. Q :V 9. rv i xrtglxhf .gi,,,,.: . 1. .i , 3 - ,w:L , .. Sf Q, .M-.Q we.: A 'G . x 57 'ef' A we Vi f ik 'i i 'inf 'Y' 4 S fp I . gqx f 5,1 . ., i V VV . f R Y , fx 7, NA! , 4 A 21 ', .4 , Q , , ,. X I , ,' , r - 'F' 3 ' 3 K .qv Q md Va' . Fx ,, , L fx ff. -uw vii' rw fm 5.53 X fry' , i ff . - Q 1 . mv., f W lx 1 ,L K ' , n 'ff X ON 'lilrh f v lk YPD' I uuiifkfhu N"5'f' is L1 1. z-5' uf' ' iii ' -L 1, ' f 1. Y 4 N355 Y - S ' iq . 'fl 1 . Wai? ,waasaaaang-' w ' . .A Fw , Y b--f-N s ,N '- Q 8 'UV 55 q,,. 4 I a P 'ff , '95 VARSITY--FRONT ROVV: Nisbet, Leainan. Ryan. Nilsson. Smart. Major, Grey. Fenton, Singsen, Dean, Mr. Klein fuoaclij. SECOND: Cessel, Lordahl. Greene, Stanek. Persons, Mau- rlonald. Roepke. MCCosh. Fogelnlan. Mitchell, Cornyn linana- gerj. Freedman. REAR: Grisanmre. Page. Baby. Kremer. Lasky. Bornlmelt. Manchester. Frissell. johnsnn, Orson. Schiff. lCllerf7akl FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROW: Rogers, Pope. Fischer, Isaac, Blacken, Hummel, Hymen,Syclell. Sonu. Chelek, Nathan, Herz, Barnard, Schnell lmanagerj, Thurber. finan- agerj. SECOND: Mr. Lair lcoaclij, Rosenweig. Rulajczak. Russo. Klein. Granat. Steplelon. Cold. Kaiser. Leahy. Ruther- ford. Davis. Rice. Hoell, Foster lmanagerl. Milici lman- agerl. Curley. THIRD: Mr. Mulliner lcoaclil. Richfield, Uru- liznn. Bnclunasler. Oppenheimer. Hulsteacl. Vranek. Anderson. Antrim. Brook. Lilecky. Cloud. Cook, Staerkel. Jenkinsnn. Coor- las. REAR: Eckert. Robertson. Phillips. Smilh. Major. Wilhelm. Pierchula. Carlsleclt. Selling. Tmlrl, Slliiflllll Harrison. Topping. fA1'lipexl VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Mr. Kahler Kcoachj, Childs. Aag- ard, Nielsen, Huebsch. Eckerling. Wald. Shoch, Spiegel, Mr. Davis fcoachj. SECOND: Shearer. Weissenberger. Fraker. Karger. Gowdy. Whipple. Adams. Hunter Ico-captainj, Powell Kalick, Kaufman lco-captainl. fCIlPl'f?Hkl TENNIS FROSH-SOPH-KNEELINC: Siskin. Wolff. Kirby, Zechman, Delis, Ringel. Wheat, Rosenwalcl. Pedrick. STANDING: Mr. Morgan lcoachj, Chase. Stern. VVebster, Bc-thke. Weil, Levy. Knight. Mr. Tenney Qcoachl. lCherpakj 5, .,,- Suziuma Nununc President NANCY Mums Vice-President Sammi McLAluaN Secretary Suu Bzcxi-:R Treasurer ACTIVITY CROWDED CALENDAR GAA PARTICIPANTS HAD A BUSY YEAR, WITH ACTIVITIES RANGING FRCIM A "PDW-WDW" IN THE FALL TD A "SAFARI" IN THE SPRING. The activities of the Girls' Athletic Association filled the calendar. In September, the Indian Pow-Wlow, which included demonstrations of swimming and soccer previews, intro- duced newcomers to the opportunities for flm in GAA. The annual GAA booklet was pub- lished to acquaint freshmen and new girls with the varied programs of the organization and explained the award system, leadership positions, new membership requirements and that bane of spring: initiation. After the girls were educated in CAA, they began to come out to after-school sports which included soccer, hockey, swimming, dance, and tennis during the fall season. Colder weather didn't keep CAA from functioning in the all-school Dad's Day Home- coming and the Halloween Party, but sports still held the spotlight. Mid-season activities included basketball, dance, swimming, tumbling, recreational games, co-ed badminton, and the newly added modem gymnastics. The annual service project was sending Christmas stockings to one of Chicago's settlement houses, which has been done so successfully in past years. A "Meeting of the Minds" called on all CAA leaders to combine their ingenuity to think up something new. "Yndig," a new charm course, was the result. Despite a rousing publicity campaign, it attracted only limited participation, More successful winter activities included volleyball fwhich prompted higher senior participation than anything elsej, swim- ming, fencing, ice skating, and dance. The winter sports season ended with the traditional faculty vs. winning senior class team in both volleyball and basketball. The student teams admitted that those were very easy games to lose. ln March the Bonus Day gave struggling freshman point-winners a boost in their climb toward their one hundred and twenty-five point goal, which had to be reached by April 19. By playing volleyball on certain afternoons, freshmen could eam, not the usual five points each day, but ten. They eagerly anticipated the informal initiation scheduled for May 26, "Safari in India," and the costumes they had to wear to school were interesting indeed. While the Frosh prepared for initiation, girls from all classes played softball, lacrosse, and tennis. They danced and practiced their archery and riding skills. l.M. participated with CAA in the mixed doubles tournament in tennis, but was excluded from the bi-annual dance program which involved more than one hundred and twenty dancers. The spring season was resplendent with traditional occasions. High point winners got their awards at an assembly, initiates and the GAA board met at the gym-jam, the next year's olificers were elected. Finally, on May 29, the GAA banquet's solemn candle-lighting ceremony ended the year's procession of gay events and promised even better things for the coming year. . fy QW ' NM ,f uf is . ,QI 153. - .,..12 , . wg 1. Wk W an I . X1 A Af J. , , . vw-. .1 W., ,rg Q J 9 ls: is f El Q. nik! ,gg'f5Ff? 1. as QE J .3 -2 ' Q if sf V . IKM ug 4 wi YY 5 , 1 6 Q 4, M f' ' . .- 1' A 5 K . AK .. A A 'ii i s ' . . ,Y V w e jgfwi 5 nn' 5 X 1 - .ff wr. 1 T 15 g '9 up 19 iw 'i ' 2 -M,..-- . wr-Q v x .- . X , Q Q 5 ' xi si ff ,W , , Ugg J, is ' . fl, . l52 I i. GIRLS POOL GUARD-FRONT ROW: Rogers, Ivvexler, Owen, Van Ken- nen, Marlancl. SECOND: Beman, White, Hadley, Metz, Wyss, Myers. REAR: Clarke. Harris. Buenger, Behrendt, Brew. Townsend. fzlrfijwfsl l000 POINT WINNERS: Milne. Svlineirlcr. Ufaul FALL TENNIS WINNERS-FIRST ROVV: Dome. Friedlen. Van Kennen. Salstone. SECOND: Haily. Sethness. Hershman. Mclipesl Susie Naihurg demonstr-ates GAA enthusiasm as she pre- pares to lead freshman initiates on a "safari" tlirougli the lunch Iiall. lCllf'rpnkj FRESHMAN SOCCER TEAM- FRONT ROW: jackstas, Bair. Litecky. Mviluen. Boyer. SECOND: Peterson. Carrington. Crosby. Michael. LIICCY. Sliackey. Dormocly. lfiflifrfsl SOPHOMORE HOCKEY C L A S S T E A M-FRONT ROVV: Agnew. Skeen. Donaldson. Bennett, Reed. Zin-k. Mayer. REAR: Becker. Stuart. Sedwiclc. Vvillianls. Wvliite. Krause. Ford. tArfipml A D V A N C E D DANCE-FRONT ROW: Stevens, Finkel. Diettrich, Gef- linger, Nuger, Newmen. Varges, Sor- kin, Delevitt, Murray, Wendnagel. SECOND: Norse, Sprenger, Bmten. Berkenstadt. Miner, Smith. Kruger, Stiles, Rnndlo, Everitt. Baum, Rogers. jones. Sergeant. REAR: Curtis. Fosse, Graham, Creek. Skeen. Evers. Lang. Davis, Bradley, Fergusson, An- derson. Cordon. Keller, Litecky, Solo- mon, Shore. lRauj SWVIM WINNERS-FRONT ROW: Kiefer. Bull. Smith. Rimkus. Herhold. Bacon. REAR: Searles, Metz, Saund- ers. Sethness. Marland. Myers, Van Kennen. lllrfilzrsl ,, 2353? 2 is 5 1 a "Qs .www -u N - we 1 f A 1 1515 4 '1, V 'Q"' E I n 3 , at QL mf in 'Q X ... if , 5 !,5 f'ZrffKi!""' -nw A 45 . 5 4. ,353 H Wg V1 sig Aw V k2.,,A X Q31 Y P L. iuljfii Mb, ,Y if f -. - . ,-r""n Wx iii kf........A ,V Y ,mst h . CO TI LIED EXPANSIO OF I. M. SPORTS jnriunr Conn ,Inns Wmsrsnum Director Team Sports INTRODUCTION OF NEW ACTIVITIES DID NOT REDUCE THE UUALITY OF SUPERVISION OF THE TRADITIONAL INTRAMURAL PROGRAM. Intramural Sports kept pace with New Trier's expanding male enrollment by increasing the number of staff members and the extent of supervision. The staffs kept the game sched- ules and results organized. Faculty sponsors Mr. Fred Barney, Mr. Walter Cart, and Mr. Wayne Wiemer, along with student supervisors, kept the participating boys lmder control. Much of l.M.'s success in '62-'63 was due to good teamwork on the part of its members. Student Director jeff Cohen had the job of coordinating the activities of the staffs, each of which had its own director. Perhaps the two most important staffs were Team Sports and Individual Sports. Team Sports, headed by jim Westerman, took care of the toumaments: football, basketball, volleyball, and baseball. Game supervisors, better known as referees, were needed for these sports, and many volunteered their services without pay. The Indi- vidual Sports staff, headed by joe Wagner, offered boys the opportunity for personal achieve- ment, rather than achievement on an advisor room basis. Other important committees were Points and Communications. l.Mfs connection with the student body was through the advisor room athletic manager. Meetings were held each week and problems, complaints, and suggestions were discussed, and the reps were informed of coming events. The l.M. board members met each Wednesday to discuss game protests, to record scores, and to send out green slips informing boys or teams of upcoming competition. The nine l.M. board members found little difficulty in mixing business and pleasure. Accompanied by their faculty sponsors, they spent the weekend before school started at Lake Geneva, swimming and water skiing. The basic purpose of this outing, however, was to make plans for the coming year, and several meetings were held with this intent. The trip proved to be a success, and is likely to be continued in the future. Three l.M. parties were held during the course of the year, but the activities at these parties remains unknown. One of l.M.'s greatest triumphs was the introduction of individual weightlifting. Boys participated in their own weight group among members of their class, in a bench press, stand- ing press, and curl. This was the first year of weightlifting as an I.M. sport, and the participa- tion was exceptional. There were three sizeable upsets in basketball, the best attended of all l.M. sports. Mr. H. Brown's junior advisor room defeated Mr. Fearheiley's seniors for the school champion- ship, Tri-Ship beat the l.M. staff, and the Senior All-Stars defeated the faculty, 60-56. To no one's surprise, the senior advisor rooms of Mr. Knupfer and Mr. Gustafson captured the foot- ball and volleyball crowns, respectively. The sophomores, represented by Steve Aschenbacher, won the school free throw championship, and freshman Robert Kirkland ran away with cross country honors. These tournaments were run by the toumament board composed of seniors Dave Cocroft, Ken Ellis, Dave Kallick, ,lim Martin, joe Pasinato, Tom Smith, Bob Star and Tom Stapleton. Joann-1 Wacnsn lm-Iiiirlual Sports junas Llzv Special Events Gsoucz. Taxon Points SV xE"3ki'x' fy Q i 5 -3 1.4- ZX s gpg x if if 1 35 'L Q Q ' Y X - w Q Q kai 1 ,,3. l '11- M ' f v n 31 i R -q11:Xe.'n-iw x an 'ie' 4 'f S4 59' Mssw' j My if? , ,wk SL, W W if 'Y IUNIOR F0 OT IS A Ll k:H,xMPloNs - FRONT: ROW: J. Nelson, Pettit. Collin. Hunter. Tuubfnsec. Voss. REAR: R. Nelson. Bitzer. Gessel. Helclniorre, SUllf'l'll. Cmlturier. l.4rllrrl SOPHOMORE F00'l'BAl.l. CHAMPIUNS - FRONT ROVV: jensen, Burns, Keith Wulrlmau. Stnssel. Graf. REAR: Sikes. Dec. Slillllfll. Kniyglu. Miller, Adler. Neal- wiclz. Clelancl. fxlcliizrxj FRESH MA N FOOTBA Ll. CHAMPIONS - F R O N 'l' ROW: llomlnmnson. Froela. Knllar. llracl. S a Ill u els . RE.-KR: Frazier. Drake. Kai- eer. Paul. Newton, Weil. fflcllrrl SENIOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS-FRONT ROW: Kuceru. Nystrom, Hunter. REAR: Stephens. Gillis. Ellis. lAcli11fxl SENIOR VOI.LIiYBAI.I. CHAMPIONS-I-'RON'l': Mt-Lean, Son- neborn. Pocock. BACK: Kellng, Stolkin, Eisner. ML-Lucas. lGor- 110 n I JUNIOR H.fXSKI'f'I'I5AI.I. CHAMPIONS-FRONT ROW: Bellairs Center. lYf:lch. REAR: Rmenfels. Erickson. Roth. f.4rIf1vrx1 JUNIOR VOLLIQYBALI. CHAMPIONS-B.-XCK: Heilinan. Petti- grew. Lang. Cramer. Kurtz. K:-il. FRONT: Borlmwki. Mink. Ber- let, Knaver, Iirauh. 1G0rrIuul -fs, hu-se 'GKMY . Q igiigf f ig-lf? I62 5... ,WWW ,,, A xlfgfN'E5 X .. rw xxx vm- 'fn JUL' 5:5 .1 VY . L' '23 2 iff? 1 'ix i f - 32 2 23 'F MWTHHW ' I 'llll H- I 3' una, HI fi' f 1 I 5 Nh I I K ,f I X I ANTICIPATI C THE NEW EW TRIER WHILE PLANS FUR THE NEW SCHDCIL BECAME MCIRE DEFINITE, IMPROVE- MENT IN CURRICULUM CCINTINUED AT NEW TRIER EAST. This was the forward-looking year. Two favorable decisions by voters of the township made it possible for everyone asso- ciated with the school to anticipate a second New Trier High School in 1965. Planning sessions involving school officials and architects became more specific, and the blueprint-draped con- ference table in the Board of Education meeting room was a familiar sight. There was no doubt about the wishes of the township. The bond issue for 38,750,000 to pay for the new school was approved on March 16 by 11,813 out of 1-1,813 voters, or slightly more than 77 per cent. All precincts re- ported a majority in favor. The purchase of forty-five acres at Wiititetka and Happ roads in Northfield, with a bond issue of S1,8'l5,000, had been approved on June 9, 1962, by a vote of 12,530 to 6,108. The land-purchase bond issue carried in fif- teen of the eighteen precincts. There was a good chance that construction would begin in the fall of 1963. The new school eventually will accommodate 2,500 students while the present school will keep an enrollment of 3,500. Concern with the future did not take precedence over the present, however. Teachers in several departments explored new methods and materials to enrich the present curriculum. The Classics department produced new materials for the second- and third-year Latin courses to either supplement or replace existing books. Courses in the Chinese and Italian languages 1 . Dr. William H. Cornog. Superintendent. iD. Smillrl were offered in addition to French, Spanish, and German, while an extracurricular class in Portuguese attracted a number of students. The Science department set up parallel Chemistry sections to try out two different approaches, which had been developed by national committees. The English department de- veloped preliminary plans to attempt to discover whether a stu- dent's writing may be improved by more intensive reading and a lesser amount of actual composition practice. Two programs involving team teaching were in progress. In English and History, 105 students studied together in a special two-hour period with two teachers from each department. Ac- tivity ranged from lectures to small discussion groups and to independent study in the library. Four classes of juniors in United States History and four in English alternated for special purposes in a suite of rooms during first period every day. The suite arrangement permitted such activities as films, panel dis- cussions, special reports, and lectures to be conducted for a large number of students in a study hall while groups of thirty could meet in the classrooms. The otherwise productive year was clouded by the loss of Tom Nisbet, whose 1963 varsity basketball team had made probably the most impressive record of any in the school's his- tory. He died on Sunday, April 7, remembered by students and associates in a way which all teachers would desire. Q .. fr iw L fi J N 11 ig? fry, 1: QS' Amy? L VT. -. w 'P ' 9 SVQ bl gi ra A L' . K? s , rg Fl x Q.. .. .,,,,W5f 3- frf eq 4, EM .- lf 3 X .W,,,T, 1 :gr 453 f ,gf . ,QM Mk. Rgnlsnr A. H.?RPER Mn. ERNEST N. Romano Mx. Rogan E, LAARSI-IN Mu. Cl'l,kRLES 0. GIBSON Miss llrll EN xlAl.0NEl' Mn. -I. XVILLIAM Adinnnslranvc Assistant Ollioe Manager Supervising Engineer Awsl. Business Manager Dean nl Girls GANN.XWAY U1 5lllXl'I'llf'l4ll'IN College Guidance Mn. xYll.l.AllD G. Miss Louisa llorzlxman Mn. STANLEY S. Mn. Cuu. j. LUNDQVIS1' Miss LOUISE C. Mn. Euwm A. RVDIGER Registrar STANKMAN Si-luml-wide Teaming HAMILTON lvliINGAIlTNlIR fullcge Guidance Psyrholngisl Senior Girls' Adviser Senior Boys' Adviser Chairman Chairman Miss FRANHLQ Bmgnm Mn. Rnwiuixn Winn Mus. Ynuamu E. Alonsr Mu. Ru.:-u C. Mrflmg Miss BL.u1nE M. Ysiiml Mn. Luuw IRWIN junior Girls' Adviser junior Kms' Adviser Sophomore Girls' Sophomore Bois' Freshman Girls' Freslnmiu Bois' Cliairnian Cliairuuin Adviser Chairman ,hliiscr Cliairuiuu .hlx-isa-r Clxairnnen Adviser Chairman FACULTY COUNCIL-FRONT ROVV: Mr. Irwin. Mr. McGee. Miss Cornell. Mr. Schweitzer. Miss Veacll. Mr. Shearer. SECOND: Mr. Jensen. Mr. Brown. Mr. Gannanay. Mr. lakes, Mr. Knupfer, Mr. Gustafson, Mr. Greenebaum. fRI1llJ S 'I' U D E N T CABINET- FRONT ROVV: Scott Evans. N4-msg Margie Meyers. Junior Class: Dave Foster. Student C o u n C il : Sue Nuiburg. G.A.A.: John Roniack. Unity and Spiritg Mardee Strahorn, Girls' Club: Torn Nislxet. Club. REAR: Christopher Kaufman. ECIIOES: john Dickinson, WV N TH : liolx Evers, VVNTH: Peter Voy- scy. Senior Class: Larry Whipnle. Sonholnore Class: Al Ovson, Tri-Shipg Arno Kahn. Freslnnan Class. Ufnxl DEPARTMEN HEADS Miss Inns BOUl.'l'0N Mus. Hn,nA T. Riwiwo Mn. C,nu. W. lfmnrzk Mns. El.l.llN Counrsm Cirls' Plnsical Erluration Special Erlucnlinn Sciexlre Home Economics Du. fiEllT!Kl'Dl? G, Dunes MR. Rpv IQTNYRE Miss! VVINII-'IU-III CAn.ic,iN Mn. FRANK E. Hol.r..wn Mus. E. L. jnrvss Mus. Ronmin M. KRIEK Llassics Atlnlrlic Dnvscmr Speech and Drama Ari Library Srlxonl Social NYork Mu. Runnin' E. MR, Pnun' W. Mu. llumi-.n F. MrKl-11-: Da. Wu.u,iM ml. MR. R. Sr.iNl.m' Mn. Jonn W. RAU Mu.lNsxi'A lSlfiDOWEl.L Teclililcal Arts Pl'1'l'l-.RMAN I'i:'rl-:lisoN linsim-ss lirlnmulirm Driver Edintnlmn Modern Languages Music English Mas. K.1'r'u.unsE W. Mn. BAIIZHY W. SIILKIKER hllK.'Dl-ZFORIKESI' Miss Norms C.4S1mcn'r Xln, ll0N.x1.n F. SMITH Mu. llrslu' SVVAIN hriioi-zxsnmiiuzmi Social Smdies hnqwrm' A Nlnihemaucs Phnmgzraphy Dir.. Math Llurricnlnm Health Service Boys' Plnsical Erlucanon I69 T THE FACULTY AND STAFF, l963 Mus. ANN ALBERT Miss jr-:NN F. ANDEKSUN Mus. M.uIc,ms1' K. Classics Speech and Drama ALDILRMAN Physical Education MII- WALTER J- Mus. Rum K. ATKINS Mas. Btnmna C. Miss GL,tm's Bum MII. Enom W. BAILEY Mus. Louise E. BAILEY Miss CATHEIIINIQ P. BALL AscnIaNI:.tfII Office Stall' Arwoou Business Education Science Library Mathematics Mathematics Modem Language Mn. FREDERICK A. Mn. Ricit-Inu: J. Bisrxsn Mn. Rouen B. BELL Mn. rlacx W. Bum Mas. HENIIIETTL H. Mus. PECZBORDEN Mas. NAoM.t W. BARNEY Physical Education Science R athcmatics l BISHOP I Engllsh BOSSH!XR'I' Physical Education Buslness Educntmn English l 1 Mu. WILLI.uu j. Bovn Mn. Runnin' Hour Mas. ADELAIDE C. Miss P.t'rrucI.t BRASSEUR Miss XIARJOHIE j. Mn. 1-lcon R. BRPWN Mins. Es1':LLr: BnowNs Speech English BIIADIIUIIN Home Economics BREm2IIoItN Business Education Art Music Social Studies MII. H. FRANK BRULL MII. C.mL'roN F. Mx. xvIl.LlAM N. hill. FRED J. BUIIIIINL Social Work BUERGEII BUFFET Scienu: Speech and Drama Sovial Studies l70 MILS, Esrumt Burns Mn. XVILLIAM L. Social Studies BllSllNEl,L Technical Arts Mu. Rinuinn CAMPBELL English MR. CLINTON E. Mus. Ki'rum'N B. Miss Ci.oin.i C.ism,i,.i Miss Lu.1.i.ix M. CI.is1'NEn Mu. Il.iRol.u D. Crros Mics. CEnAl.D1NE B. Mk. Howinn ll. Cmluk CAIll:STROM C.unioLL Art Plnsicul Educauiou Mauhemalics Ciuiniau Tecluncal Arts Ollicc Staff Engligh Scic nee Miss Pin'u.is M. Mn. Mmeu T. Conwy Mns. Eucmvn N. Mu. Evmxsrr L. Mu. Vmuna H. Connor: Miss Euswrrn M. Mx. Divin H. Cox CLENDEANING Social Studies Cocuorr COMPTUN Science CORNELL Science Music English Science Mnthcmalici Mu. THEODORE Cn.iMl.E1' Miss C.uioi.vN L, Cuizss Miss Mun I. Cm'rfnE'r'r Mus. Aucr: H. D.-ll.GE'l'Y Mus. MARIE D. DAVIS Mk. YYILLIAM ll, DAVIS Miss Mu: Dorn Druns Physical Education Physical Education Social Slndies Ofhcr Staff Ullicc Staff Social Studies English X K 'Wai 1 . hilSi JENNY T. Disfiimr Mm ANN Dun ws Mus. Donorux' N. Diamu' Miss Ru'rn Dxcxmson Mn. Dfivlo A. DICKMAN Mu. VYALTER E. English Muxlu-iuarics Social Studies I.iln1n'iau Social Studies Dmnlncx A . Driver Education Miss M. Evrgmm Doxmsur Mzillicmallcs Mus. El.lzAnm'n P. Mm Rurn llIllSf0l.L Du. Hizum R. Dum Mu. Enunnn P. Ei.1.ior'r Mn. ENN C. Erus Mn, Mzzcvn-4 M. Esiusv Mu. Rnuonn B. Fssicx lgi75CHERn Modern Language Classics Social Studies Social Studies Driver Education Physical Education 0 ce Sta I7l Mus. Rtvru VV. Ewmt: Mas. I.u.x' C. F.u.i.Ex Mn. Runnin l:ARW'El.I. MR. RAVMOND R. Slim. DoNx.x Fill-:Lev Mn. Ptriurx D. MR. PETEM FRANTU-:N Mathematics Library Mathematiw Fl-1.-iRHEll.EY Ollire Stall FLAHI-:RTV Physical Education Miss Yivuxv Fiuzuan Mn. Davin K. Mies. Fur: C. Cine Pliysn-al Education I-'unxlmrsait English Xlatliematics Art Classics Mn. wYAl.'l'ER CART Mn. jiri: L. GEROL Mn, Alossrn J. Physical Education Sm-ial Studies Gl.u.l.0iuuiwo Pliysical Education Mas. Cum. B. CILL Speech and Drama Miss Mnnv A. Cusco Mn. Roni-:nr T. Conn Mins Lurlsli Ccmnnmtc Mus. Lorisa ti. Gonm Xin. Ronlewr L. Gonna Mn. Hmm KN H, Gini? Mn. CLYDE 0. GRATER Pliysical Education Social Wlorlz lilntlern Language Ollitr Stall Nlndrrn Language Art Matlieniatlul Mk. xllfllAl'Il. MRS. Knioi. Cnmzsox Mn. lvILLlAM P. DR. C. B. Crnsi' Mit.. Davin W. Mus. llonurin' J. Mit, DUN D. AHALL GREEN:-:mlm Business Education Cucoiu' English Qmsnrson A Lwvyn Social Studies Social Studies English Pliysiral Education Classics Mn. RIVHARD F. Mus. j0.txN H.iNs0N Mus. M.inc.ilxE'r C. Mn. Lux E, llanuunstm Bins. M. HI:Nni3ns0N MR. R.iGN.m R. Mus. B.utn.uu Homin H ixmuarv Girls' Plnsival Hmrnk Sim-iul Studies Ollice Small' Hjuniiiufimnun Mnclrrn Language Social Work Educutinn Science Nlodern Language I72 Mics. lNl.4nc.ikE1' H. MR. Linus A. How Mn, DONKLD W. I1 mis Mn. Wll.i.l.4M J. -HOOPES I Science Social Siudies INGEHSOLIT Physical Education Social Studies Mn. J0nN ,L J.xroBsoN Mn. Baits P.4J.aMEs Mus. bhncmnn Jiuuss Technical Arts Matln-xunlics Modern Language Mu. GORDON W. JENSEN Mn. gonn A. Jnsizx Mn. DONALD F. Alum Miss Doiurmv A. Dx. Armus J. Mus. Emru I-1. Joxu Mu. g0SEl'H F. JUDGE Modern Language lallieuiaucs Physical Education JOIINQUN JOHNSTON JI Modern Language lalhenlancs Librarian Social Studies W Gif. Y' c 3 2? Y . fn,-fagg Xa., 1,15 Blu. Enwnux W. Kuumx Miss tliiual I.. Kuu. Mk. Qm'n.i.x G. links Mus. Knisp Miss SULANNE Knninc Mu. Gsonms HA. Kuso Miss Barry H. Modern Language Eughsh Driver Education Physica Education Physical Educalion Mathematics KEEIUGJ-IAN . assics 5 Mn. Eumn Kunst him llrrn' J. KING Miss .Inq P. KiyMu.i.sn Mn. RoNAi.n T. linux Mix. P. Knmjrnn Mm Jumru A. Mn. JVILLIAM J. Kossn Athlctic Equipment Phx slcal Education Social Studies Driver Education Social Stuthcs KIFEILSEEICZH Special Education O ce . tall hfR.yROBER'l' E. Mn. Jim-is ll. Luunls Mn. En1.Ef'V. Luk Mn. JAMES l..sNuEKs Mn. BURR Lfinuwsn Miss EMMA M. LAPmi'l'ie Mu. CHARLES LAUER kllExNNEN Modern Language English English X ncaunual Guidance Modern Language Phwsical Education : rl I73 Mus. Asaul l,.ivsiw Miss P,inum,i C. Mns. Sus ,l. Lsminn Mn. Rousn' J. Mn. Rsx Lawns Mn. LIONELILIGHTNER Mu. Cu.vlN Liu. Music Lnzzzonlo English Lnvnnsxfz Business Edin-ation English Mathematics English Mathematics Mk. AUSTIN F. LINDLEY Miss Euan A. LUKE Mn. SAMUEL-E. 'Minis Mns. Kirunvx Mixuc Mus, ELo.i NIALUGEN Mn. 'AMES F. NIARRAN Mn. .Ions NIARTINEZ Matliemallcs Ofhcc Staff Music English Modern Language Social Studies Modern Language Mn. Howfum G. Muu: Mu. EAMES C. Mus. XIARY IDA Mus. l'uE1.,i A. MQKEE Mn. Davin F. Miss CHARLOTTE A. Mn. H. EARLE Social Sludics Mc ADZEAN LICGIJIRE Oflice Stall' AICKENDALL Msuunn hiliTZGlill Ju. Physical Education English English Mathematics English Mus. junrru B. Mn. Ruru Mnrnsu. Miss Gnnnums L, Mn. jouu A. Mn, Lnonum R. Money Mn. Jenni' M. Moimm Mus. hiARIE-LOUISE 'I' Ml1.LENsoN Social Studies Mmgl.l.ER Monuzuiu Modern Language Driver Education Moruus Social YVorker Modern Language Reading Dcvelnpluenl Modern Language Miss HELEN N. Morulou' Mus. ELIZABETH Mosmi Miss Lvum P. NMS Mn. LEO ll. NEWMAN Mu. Tom NISIIET Mus. Lorlsn 0'l1oNxEi.L Miss Stun QTSIAND Social Studies Science Social Sludies Driver Education Physical Educalion Office Staff Locker Room I74 - a E Mn. Ewen A. Osrsnasnc Miss P.n'inci.t L. Mus. Enmnon M. Own: Miss HELEN B. P.-umm: Mm Evans W. Mx. Jossrn A. Pwr. Mus. Dononw L. Technical Arts Ovsimm Social Work Ollirc- Stall' PATTERSON Modern Language Olhve Stall Classics P.u:LiK. Mathematics 1,1-iw Mn. S'r.tNLEv lhlvxlkk Nln. l'E'i1iu D. M. Alu. llnltuisnr J. Mn. Ronnxr F. PINK Nlns. CYNTHIA A. Mn. Rouinr L. Piwirr Mus. JUNE E. RAI-'FETTO Mathematics Psiuzlm Pmsnsos English PINKERTQN Bookstore Classics Mathematics Social Studies English MRS. KAY F. Rasco Mus. ARLINIE Rant Mus. hl,tllCKllET Rnfxrrr Miss HELEN RIEINHAIKDT Bliss EMM icnxs Raisin Nllss C110 Rssusit Mn, Cmncig Ri:i'NoLns English Music fialcicria Mnnngur Business Education Social Studies Library Science Mn. Davin H. Mn. CHARLES F. Rofxm' Mus. hl.lRGARET RoM.xNi Dn. ROLAND Rum: Miss Csu.u.mNi-3 A. Mus. RDBERTA SQCHS Mus. ROBERTSON Science English Speech and Drama RYIIERI: Physical Education Phvsical Education Phvsiral Education I' E . E t "i"t Mn, EARL D. Sciuiim. Mn. josaru Scnmrr Miss .lows Sttimiiinnn Sln. LEONARD Bliss Sliivuiu Sii.iitn.tlt Mn. E. V.Ay'rlNE SMITH Phvsicul Education Locker Ronin Bookstore St'llWEl'l'ZER Phxsiral Education Scienvx A English GENEVIEVE SAVAGE Nurse l75 MR. j0IIN STENMLL MII. RunEu'r STEVENS Mus. ANNE S. STEWART Miss MAE E. S1'unEII Mus. Lt-.Nom-: W. Su1'1'oN MII. JESSE R. Swou- Mu. AIITIIUR TPNNEY Art Musut Sclence Nlathetnalics Physical Education Science Mathematics hill. JOHN R. THOMSON Mns. ,lov C. 'l'IIoIIN1uN Mn. BILI. I. TI'nNEn Mus. HIIIIIIET L. 'IQURPIN lik. NQIIMAN E. l'nE MII. GEORGE L. hVAGNER Classics English Physical EIhIcatiIuI Ollitv Stal! Mathematics Science MISS EMELYN WVALTZ Mus. S,m.uI W.uIn MII, C. 0. XYATERS Mus. Luv 0I.I.IEW.I1Eus Mm FI.oEENI Ie A. hill. KENNETH L. Miss LOUISE A Social Studies Science Matlienialics Social Studies hYElLliR WELLINGTON WELLNEII Social Studies Plnsical Education Library Mlsq EILEEN WIIITE MII. M. XVAYNE hvIEMER Mn. RoIIEn1' E. hh-Il.SON Mas. KATHERINE B. Mus. PEGGY WINGLEII Mus. VELMA S. Mus. LOUISE L. ZEIGLER English Driver Education English WING English YI.uIs.IKEII English English Speech Therapy NEW FACULTY AND STAFF Mus. i'IEl.EN ZlIl'l'l.lN MII. W.II.1'EII Ztlxowsxl Mn. RunEII'r ANDERFDN MN. Luun' .I English Nlmlcrn Language English BUSMAN jk. l7b Mallwtxialics Mus. PATRH IA W. Buwu Mus. Cniol. A. HnnM.iN Mn. Ronnlrr S. lllll-'MINI Mus. Lmulnn MR. EUGENE W. Miss CYNTHIA M. Plusiunl Education Science English C.uu'i:N1'1-:R CICHOWSILI CUNNINKZIIAM Nlallu-umlics Plnsiral Education English M Miss K.i1'nmuNE E. Dsfliufsri ndern Language 1 Mus. gqlrnrfn Dom MRS. M.uiY-Nom B. Mas. l,ELI'HlNE Du-I-:iz Mus. j.icQl'E1.INE S. Mix. ,loun W. Gu-uL.x Miss CAROLVN GAINES MR. NIQHN P. GALQIRAITH .IlflllSll DOIQN Mallienialics l"l!'l'TERMAN Modern Language Modern Language Driver Education English English D in Miss BAM-um A. Com Mus. 'l'nEl,M.i llislu' Mus. N.xNri' j. Hlu. Mu. RoN.il.n A. Mus. INA HQWELL MR. Ronan W. jr:wsLL Nl Phvsical Eduvalinu llludcru Language English IIUFFMANN Mathematics Business Education Blnderu Language n. Tnzeouons M. Kuniu Music Miss Bmn Bl. Klum Mus. jrnnn F. Lmuzno Mus. Ronmxr W. Lows Mn. junn W. Mmrumi. Du, Muiun A. Moons Mn. Jmm H. NIULLINER Mus. Bonmrs M. Modern Language Modern lmllgilagc Sriexire' Music Mathematics Reading lyflnlulmc ng is i ...- in 1 'Hum l .412 1 wfnlili Mums. Snums R. NOSKIN Mn. ROGER A. Ronn Miss Sits-uv M. Siinirnan Miss E1.1z,iBr:Tu A. Miss Giuzlxu 0. Mus. ELIZABETH N. Miss M.uw V. Towsn Social Studies lliullieinalius Pliysifal Education Svnon STnP.u'r1s 'l"Hu-:LEMANN Social Studies Social Studies Mudcrn Language English I77 ! Ilfzla-my f-X A S ms uk ., xii 'Q-,, I, my p 'Q rf x . V J l 'gb T. 1 S f t vni We ,ry , W3 ,. .WVR ., ,-f' Qu mf- , -qw ,.- ,6 g 9 s 'wx .SS Y a.:..v. Sv B. du., 3' it-I ' , .1- ng, ,G 0' ,UC -fha P in 5, K j VAILN5 Q . Sporting their aulvisur room swezitsliirts. lfcurlleileyfs LM. hzlslaetlmall champs displayed the spirit uliirh won them their title lleltl. The group responsible for lhe origin mul cmitiiuialicm of "A Lit- Ilu liit Fishy" fhelmil ui- inrtecl un the pier :il lflcler Lame licuch. U'lmIn.v lu- Paul f,llll'l'fPlllll v x g I 9 KL?" vw? Pcrsii Vovssv President Mutant Bm-ron Vice-President DEBORAH Srcvcns Secrcta rx' Rouen Macxuson Treasurer THE BIG SHOTS THE SENIDRS WATCHED AN EVENT- FUL YEAR SLIP PAST THEM, GLAD AND SCIRRY IT WAS THEIR LAST AT NEW TRIER. Students are told as frosh, and again as sophs and juniors, that senior year is the most exciting of New Trier life. "Seniors are the leaders of the schoolf' they are told, but when they leam for themselves that this is true, they seem to go power-mad. Seniors led every major organization, from Girls' Club and Tri-Ship to the staffs of the publications. They took the blame for the messiest lunch-hall until they quickly rallied and improved it to a state of neatness beyond all reasonable reproach. Of the 31 National Merit finalists, there were seven scholarship winners--a record-breaking percentage. The top places in the National Math, French, and German Examinations went to seniors too. Shortly before graduation, recognition of the seniors' day-to-day service throughout their four years at N.T. was made at the Awards Assembly. The month of April was tragic for some, glorious for others, as colleges' letters of ac- ceptance or rejection came through the mail. Most seniors called home to learn the crucial news, but a hasty few picked up their mail at the post office before it could be delivered to their homes. All work and no play . . . no one could say the seniors were dull. The Senior Canteens brightened life for all those brave enough to watch Dracula andfor Brigitte Bardot flicks. The The favorites were, of course, virile Ral Donner and his Combo, fondly labelled "The Five Dancing Dope-Addictsf, The Tri-Ship and Holiday Dances were more traditional senior-run successes. The most typically senior events were those which were not pre-planned. The Senior Girls, Dating Bureau which was born, burgeoned, and blew up within six exciting weeks . . . the crucial decision, "What shall we get our advisor as a farewell gift?" . . . the second- semester relaxation of the homework-conscience . . . trying on long, white, modest-neck- lined, cap-sleeved graduation dresses by the dozen . . . reading about the "Senior Classi' as personified by our Rich Holdredge in the pages of Lfook magazine . . . knitting . . . The Senior Picnic at Elder Lane Beach on june 7th QECHOES Dayj was the opportunity for frantic informal goodbyes and a good time. The double-ceremony graduation on june 13, placed the diplomas in the proper hands, and the newly-made alumni set out for the gala Graduation Dance at the Evanston Women's Club. The Class of '63 established a scholarship fund in the memory of all of its members who died during the past four years. joan Gallagher, Ellen Antolini, jim Yedor, and Pamela Schreiner, whose recent death clouded what would have been a perfect year, were honored by this scholarship. GIRLS' ADVISERS-FRONT ROW: Derry. Wingler. White, Hamilton. Gwynn. Childs. Sutton. REAR: King. Zeigler. Morris. NVQ-iler. Albert. Brede- horn. Ream. 1Arfif1rx1 BOYS' ADVISERS-FRONT ROW: Cox. Ickes. Ilerol. Morey. Greenehauni. Aschenhach Davis Knu fer. SEC 1 fw P ' OND: Fearheiley. Gustafson. Palmer. Leverentz. Mclraclzcan, Caton, Lindley Weingartner. Mrlipcsj GIRLS' STEERING COINIMITTICIQ- FRONT ROIV: Tucker. Kopel. Dan- ielson. Shocleen. jucoh. Kettle. Cohen STANDING: Syclell, Nolan. Nor- wood. Button. Cavanauggh. Stepliens, Palmer. Mages, Bogart. Ufnul BOYS' STEERING COMMI'I'l'l-IE- FRONT RONY: Klee. Sauer. Hunter Magnuson, Xveatherforcl. Voyscy Arons. STANDING: Vail. Sleatlry Gilhoy, lllauzlnnald. M1-Cosh, Harper Nilsson. llriclges, Varncr, Evans. Wil- hehn. IR1Illl GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FRONT ROW: Bogart, Faben, Powell. Mcjohnston, Missner, Naiburg, Yale, Newman. Mages Cossman, Baer. Samuelson. Benian, Jensen, Hoffmann, Good- man, Nolan. SECOND: Swiryn, Kirby. Staub. Calderon, Kru- ger, Hecht, Snort. Edwards. Silber, Foley, Ford. Tucker, Hor- witz, Anderson, Schroeder, Grillin, Lifton, Leslie, Carlile, Grif- fith, Cealhart. THIRD: Wheaton. Keane. Kessel. Hughes Kaplan, Johnson, Rapport, Mansfield. Ilurrill. Dix, Minter, Core Jacobs. Klein. Rnhe. Hnlkin. Field. Miller, Broolunan, Hirt FOURTH: Kopel. Berkelhamer. WVOIII. Portes, Keith, Unger Greaves. Wheeler, Raclov, Hildebrandt. Miller. Jefferies. Henrich Yvyss, Kidd, Meier, Cohen, Stephens, Strahorn, Taylor. FIFTHi Martin, Neuman. Steinberg, Sperlus, Collins, Trocky. Mann- heimer, King, Kirby, Wvineberg, Goldberg, Bienenfeld, Connelly Dick, Kirkland. Mainzer. johnson. VVindh0rst. Mann. SIXTHi Mason. Blumenthal, Danielson, Kahn, Porter, Ivolf, ZIIIQICIIIZI. Kahler, Bull, Pllaumer. I BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FRONT ROIV: Tregay, Borkan, Lifshitz, Steaclry. Kahan. Ennis, VViIcox. Cox, McLaren. Stick- gold, Cranat, Freeman. Swain, Miller, Kallick. Dawson. SEC- OND: Lakin. Cohen, Cohen. Harris, Alexander, VVinfield. Jones. Miller. Friedman, Sorkin, Pearlman, Yackel. Mieno. Gulbrand- sen. Hnebsch. Stoltz. Douer, Lazear. THIRD: Sosna, Lallerty, Guest. Clarke, Ewald. Clark. VVU. Porte, Earle. Rubin, Holland. Conaghan, Thorsen. Safran. Stephens. LeMire. Smeclley, Buenger. Kaufman. FOURTH: Fretheim. Hornbrook, Cordley, Johnston, Lazarra. Hunter, Cecil. Albert, Berger. Selzer, Serlore, Clabman. johnson, Miller, hvllllfllll, Ifvesterman, Johnsen. Rupp. FIFTH: Keitel. Hicks, Rasmussen. Spalding, Vnysey. Cowdy. Roche, Eve rs. Bal l an tine. 1 NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS-FRONT ROVV: Mctloltnston, Ruhe. Sorkin Chztrous King, Clark. Steinberg. Krc-gger. Miller. Spertus, Steztdry, Pot-ock. Frietltnan. RILAR kauftintt Dun son, lVcaver, Stickgold, Kallick. Ewalcl, Lallerty. Hemlerson. YVlieeler, Gotlsllallr Oppenhfnn LE'l'l'ERS OF COMNIENDATION NATIONAL MERIT llumlnlpli Alcxxinxlcr William Alschnler jane Austin lilvra Louise Bair Riclinul Huunigartcn lYelwtcr licasllc Rutli llscilarllinmct' Charles llcruwtcin Jntlilh lirutlcn Tlicoclore llueuger Peter liulkley Czxtlirrine Carlile Dooly Chnrn Katherine Collins Sliurou Connelly Riclnml Dickinson Karen Dietericli Ralph Dixon jay llornhos Donald Erickson Stoll Evans Rohert Evers Aline Fahen Peter Fargo 'l'Ixoluas Farrell Kathryn Fields Jaunes Freeman Pamela Gertlcn Howzirtl Gillis Stephen Graham Kenneth Granat Patricia Green Charles Guest Richard Henderson Laurel llerbenar Martha Hildebrandt Nancy Ilofltuann john Hunter George jones jack Knulnnnl jan Keane ,lntlith Kettle jack Kiefer Kate Kirby Garry Lakin Lauren Levinson Jnnics Klzivlfnll Cecil Mucliinnon Grant lilarlia-uri Judith Nlzulorin Xlarshn Mann Iiost-:nary Maison Charles Mt'Clen:ilian Edith Milli-r Sue Ann Minlcr .lzine Missnet' shine Murray Gorclnn Osterstrotn Sznuucl Ostrow Katrina PHuunier Tliolnson Ross john Rowell Marion Srliaelvsr Terry Sheehan Davitl Sillwrbcrg Allan Sturm Gaui Stern Dultvzin Stuart .lun Sullrin john Swisher Barry 'l'nuber George Trcpgny Peter Voysey Robert Wilcox Elisabeth WVinehz'rg Rnhcrt YYinliel4l Burliara Wolll Patricia Zinnnertuzin SENIOR CANTEEN BUKRD SILLXTED Tucker Button Jonex For Hallburg. Garcia. SIMXDIWK MLLuLas, Bowl Klee Bartholornu I-.gn Snorl. Yost. fRfl1l eigfis ,X is Qfwimfg -1-as, in Q, 'X i Q s 2' 'Q' if "' 5259 Q . ,sigma . gg , .351 6 ,W G Q X ,Q +A: C K , I ' ' " is ... F , f I 4 ,rf '- x Q A gf, A A ". , , 1515 b U5 xffyxa Q", K sf 'M' f ' I. 'Tig'-rfif-,, 11 as i A 1 S- an 3 .5 -5 "in 5 xl X 'T' S Mft Z Egan: 5' O . 1 an M .L ,V I' ' J , 1- I 3 wifi? ,W Q sx f 5g X f X4 ff 'KF XB. K 1 9-., ' , 1:-if in-W NX M if U' P' Ai - Ea V :m"9Fs. THE CLASS OF l963 MILTON I.. Iiuuuzn M.u1TlN CIIERYL ANNE ANDREW B. EDWIN M. AIIRAMSON Amms Annls AHRHERC ALBERT Al.Ex.xNDER ' 'i"'w .J ' f 5 if , ' b ,. h h .A xiii ' A 1 ' , , 1 2, 5 . 'L -- t . ,gb fb- ,HK -LK x -- J-, , Runouu F. JQANNE V, JOHN S. VICTORIA jo xVlLLlAM R. LYNN FRED C. Auzxmnsn ALLEN .-KLLEN Axmmu' Alsu1ux.sn ALsoonF Auomso IVIICHAEL B. Cxruw C. KAREN M. KAREN V. VIRGINIA JOHN D. ROBERT Louis ANDm,M.xN ANDERSON ANmzusoN Awurxson Axuunsox Anxoux ARONS l86 Q n -W Rompwr W. llowucn Jw:-. 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XYINILK ff Huuxuu Il. fkl1liliYl. .L Mun' El.ls.uxx'ru xYll.l.lAMSIlN Wusox Wlmnx xvINEIll'1llI.2 Drum L. f'umLr: ANN Cx'rnmuNE E. Srmx li. WISH-.n W1 1 wr-11: Wou' Wou L 1 Rlr'u.u:n Il. Wx-zlxnmuz Ill-1 rrv I.. Wrznm. ' ll mow C. YYIIEELEK P.n'lur'u J. WI Lui rug I'.xTluCu L. W'mmmus1' lhuuuu A. JYULFY ff-1-gf 'l'HoMAs H. R.ANmu,L J. KENNETH E. Csoncr: BEFKY W. Iiwnfum A. 4l.H'Ql'l-1l.lNE RUTH WULFF Davm YATE5 WUZNICKI Nmrv I.. Yuen W mmrr WU Wvss Xfuixm. YA LE Mun' K, JOHN W. f,WEN G. El,lZtllE'l'Il C. LINDA G. Yun-an Yumu Yosr YOUNG YOUNG WALTER DONALD ANTHONY ,lurk F. PATRICIA Sns,xN E. Zzclslxs ZEUTSCHEL Zuiuue Zmnxen ZIMMERMAN ZITMAN Nwcv I. Zum:-:MA JOHN A. M.ucc.mE'r R. Gm. D. jfuuss R. IIAZEL M. DONNA L. Dsnomn I. Dn.LnN Frauen I-'RILDMAN Gonuuav LIFTON Pnancn Wslsuonr 'l'noM AS D. YOUNG Y 5? N,. g. , Q Ii 3 N 5 i,,5'1m -Q ""'-" It in law V fswiqi wi it L- , 0 ig x 3 . mafg yr' I Fi ' ' N N ' 'ff ' .au k gl i I isw ' , S, ,3 'A in Ii! Q! W I ,n 1:22 1' 1 al '26 x fin I , JU IOR YEAR- THE STEP UP Murjoml: LHEYERS President THE STRUGGLE FDR BIG-WHEELDCIM BEGAN ALONG WITH AN INCREASED AWARENESS CIF' THE COLLEGE- STUDDED FUTURE. '1'r-ruins Tnucx Brannon Vice-President 31 junior year is a big one in any student's life. Increased privileges go hand and hand with increased responsibilities. The class of '64 met these challenges of maturity with fervor and success. The change was basically one of becoming upper-classmen. Suddenly the juniors found themselves planning for college, taking myriads of examinations, and getting priority j in their choices for Lagniappe tickets. College planning was one of the most important activities of the juniors. They swarmed i to college conferences in order to determine which colleges might some day be lucky enough r to receive their applications. Several "college advice" assemblies were held continuing in the unfortunate tradition of separate assemblies for boys and girls. They also took a full barrage b ' of tests, including the SCAT, STEP, SAT'S, National Merit, and Achievements. Rm KELLER ln the fall the juniors elected their class officers. After a hard-fought campaign, Margie S . . . . mum Meyers emerged as president, Tom Trukenbrod as vice-president, Reri Keller, secretary, and Bob Guelich, treasurer. These spirited officers capably led the class through its many harrow- ing experiences. They had their hands full planning for the class parties. The November class party was "North Side Story." juniors were delighted to find the walls and ceiling of the Student Lounge covered with money, even though it was not real. Nip Duncan and Bob Trukenbrod entertained the class by their portrayal of Stubby Student, and Scott Lange, among other things, rocked them with a drum solo. ln short, good decorations and entertain- ment made the party one of the best ever. The junior girls' dance, "Lollipops and Roses," held in February at the Glencoe Woman's Club, was highlighted by the wild music of Tommy jones and his band. Juniors manifested their great school spirit by bringing in the most cans during the fall canned foods drive and by leading the junior-senior cheering section, Towards the end of the year, juniors began planning for their senior year with the election of class officers. Plans for the junior Prom to be held in june were also made with the selection of capable committee heads. Despite the many ditiiculties encountered, the juniors came through with spirit and enthusiasm. ln general, prospects for next year's seniors look promising. Ronrmr Gusucu Treasurer STEERING COlNIlNIIT'I'liIi-FRONT ROYY: Peterson. Keck. Moss. Curtis. VValtl. Massey. Nlantlel. Fogelntan. SECOND: Ingersoll. Mtllonnell. Rooks. Rhodes. Tliorsen. Rasletter. Cone. Props. Soclerstrorn. idler. THIRD: Allini. Steinhack. Keller, Meyers. Link. IYeissenherger. Carclvvc-ll. Davenport. Stephenson, 'l'rukenln'o4l. REAR: Tisdilll. Boone, Tonk. Barr. Papas. Signiontl. liuelicli. Nichol. Dunran. Lehrnan. GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROYV: Ynrlell, Iiloornlielrl JCIIIIIIIQS, Lewis, Gehr. B. Cohn. Steinberg, Hanley. Ancel Plafker. Argent. Gialloxnbarclo. Solomon. Carpenter. Truehlootl Wiilkenson. SECOND: WVise. Collins, Eclelstein. S. XYhite. Cale Gardner. K. Wvhite, Branrlwein. Lewis. Takilf. Keck. Matross. Sklar. Twentyrnan. Richards. Maloskv. Pope. McCarthy. Barha- kolf. Delfortl. THIRD: Stein. Aclelnian. jalle. Kostnrn. llorclon fifilllillll, Zenoll. Dodge. Davis, Knox. Pratt, RICFHCIZCLUI. Harker Mages. Goldsmith. Lipson. Barnett. Wvilliams. Deegan. Eckhouse FOURTH: Raszkiewicz. Klass. Greene, Blatcllford. Frost. Becker Kirlnan. Hastings. Feuer. Lauer. Levin, Powell. Clarler. Sampson Hill. McCIave. Braun. Friedman. Cornyn. FIFTH: Sethness Clarke. Maynard. Hosking. Otto. Iiarkas, Behrenzlt. Dick. Kosick Rosenzweipg. Balser. Berg. Schluter, Powers. Renonf, Recllivh Young. Boone, Gorr. Cole. IVig5gers. Q BOYS' HONOR tlROl'I'-FRONT ROW: Laser. Slagman. Nielsen. Lahaclie. TUlll7CllSFt'. Neniir. Hunter. Scher. Harms. Totlcl. Fagel. Iiaunngart. Reinsch. SECOND: Milit-i. Dulil. Rusin. lirkerl. Davis. Mandel. Trossrnan. Fogelrnan. Robinson. Keil. Ribstein. Relias. Shaknxan. YVliipple. Anderson. THIRD: Pleuk. I..CQ'lllZ1SICI', Kearney. Props. Alstrin. Zirnrnerinan. Sellers. Uorrlon. Ballantine. Henkel. xvllllllll. Fovvlc. tluclich. Pettit. FOYRTII: Cramer. Rosen. McDougall. Revell. Robinson. Ehr- bar. Davenport. Fleislier. Mitchell. Sigrnoncl. Claire. Factor. Dean. Walton. Bridge. REAR: Welch. Breton. Trukenbrod. Rohr. Shapiro. Stern. O'Shea. Selling. Malugen. Bellows. Daniels. St-huessler. Fried. -1 - - A ,,. MISS F. ANDERSON FRONT ROYV: Miss Anderson, Cohn Sklar, VVitte, Collins, O'Brien, Van Mee: nan. SECOND: Hoyt, Klinkenberg, Cun- ningham, Edwards. Suerth, Barbakoll' Knowlton, Link. THIRD: Smith, De- Ford, Snower, Ivarner, Palmer, Yonkers Dietericli, McKanzie. REAR: Foulks Cahbard, Fernn, Hamilton. Otto. Mueller Newman. Ruenger. MISS -I. ANDERSON FRONT ROW: Miss Anderson. Jennings Blair, Silver, Jorgensen, Old, Kart. SEC- OND: Magnuson, Cotsirilos, Hollander Eliezer. Ruhinoff, Davis, Tenney, Lotz THIRD: Rhoades. Sherman. Feuer. Rick Papas, Eckhouse. Urquhart, Rosenzweig REAR: Gorr. Friedman, Hettler. Karsten- son. Abelson. Waldack. Brown. Wiggers ABSENT: Iloyajian. MRS. BISHOP FRONT ROYV: Mrs. Bishop. Thompson Robeson, Sobel, Glassenberg, Jones, Giul- lomhzirdo. SECOND: Hnwen, Rieger Brown, Norberg. Ferdinand, Storm, Gra- ham, Oliverii. THIRD: Sparberg, Foster Myers. Ference. Sampson, Goldsmith Lord. REAR: LeVine. Collub, Thorsen Behrendt. Clarke. Ldesky. Tonk. IVange. MR. II. BROWN FRONT ROW: Mr. Ilrown. Lewis, Levin Stagman, Yvitkin. YVoll'son. Cummings Center, Vlielch. SECOND: Levenlield Najarian, Freenizln, Merens, Tuszynski Hodge. Grace. 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' x fx fy-M N f'A f-N: ' - ' at V nv ' 'I 1 . 'xx 'N - H" x I 1 X- .J f E . THE SWINGING EST SGCIALITES SCIPHCIMCIRE SPIRIT SHDNE IN ANTIGS WHICH RANGED FRCIM PLANNED PAR- TIES TCI RCIUSING ACTIDN IN THE BLEAGHER5. Karma FLORSHEIM Vice-President Characteristically the most spirited class, the sophomores faced their second year at New Trier aware of the problems which their size presented to them. Since New Trier fire regulations refused to allow the huge class all to congregate in the student lounge, the dining hall was opened to class parties for the first time. Two very successful sophomore parties were held in this new setting. "Malabu Christmas" was the title of their first party. The sophomores threw them- selves into planning it, producing some of the most original decorations in New Trier's Metrgsimrgftoun glorious history of party decorating. Santa wore a bathing suit while palm trees stood l decked in Christmas ornaments, Many complained that the mistletoe was not authentic. March 16 was the date for "Irish ldes," the second class party. Saint Pat won top rank on the decorations but shades of lulius Caesar could be seen throughout. The steering committee spent hours debating whether to have the party semi-formal or costume. Liter- ally at the last moment, some lone soul took a chance and suggested infomial attire. His motion was cheered and unanimously passed. Consequently, everyone felt at ease and the evening was more enjoyable for all. For the second consecutive year, the steering committee held a successful dinner-dance for the new sophomores. Predominantly a mixer, the dance afforded wonderful oppor- tunities for the new students to meet each other and the leaders of their class. Not only was sophomore spirit displayed in their participation in the charity drives at school and their attendance at athletic events, but also in their enthusiastic signing out of school to get their drivers, licenses. Talent as well as spirit mn high in the class. Examples of this were the large number of sophomores who participated in "Allegro," Lagniappe, and the opera. A well-rounded sophomore class made the traditionally mediocre Dim KNOX year of high school into one of excitement and achievement. Treasurer . .. 4.14, .. ......... . 52 l i, A N as M Min If Q: V li s ' m h 13 fm if gi me gf +Y t4 9 i H. A 'li' 3 " 3 LA 3, Z' b X' 'fig "f Y . ' A V A v M, ,, , 53,54 5 : 5 KS 35. . lixwn , l if 5 V , . 1. S ' 8 'X' ifyf 5 Lv .f. 'S' 'v A :P x if Q gg 5335? easf'-4-Q MS Ei haiiii' 20 Q 5 S xiii? gg., 2 ? E gtk b , ,Lk I Q it 1- UMU . V, ... M, 5 -A iw' ff? 2 -fi ff-95 :sy 41' k 2 : vp 1 ' LJ 'A ff 5 - K' x f v 'ggi Q tb 'Q W 4 ' E. eg 1 'Q ., x iii 132 , ' ,., 3 : 31 Q Ya Y 'T T T W fv 'W V V1 X1 W1 Q' W1 W MW V 'ff-Tf-Qffiifvi-'M-swf'-'fx-1" wwfbf' Q, Y S 1' A Q ' fy K SOPHOMORES MRS. ALDERMAN FRONT RONY: Mrs. Alderman. Douglas, Sclieller, Tauher, Mahoney, Skor, Hill, Delevitt. SECOND: Cutler, Schwartz, Santlquist. Korlicelt. Kaye. Green, Becker, Whitrnan. THIRD: Taylor. Ronan, Sclnnidt, Slierrnan. Fullerton. Sneatler, Resser. REAR: Hentlenberg. Bull. Garri- son. Burr, Wilson. Rasmussen, Fergnsson. XIISENT: Cottscliallz. MISS BAI IR FRONT ROXY: Miss Raltr. St-Innir, VVein- lmerg. Bixby. Atkinson. Carclner, Maitnan. SECOND: Maznr. Cerlmer. Docken. OI- son. Inglelrart. Kelly. Johnston. TIIIRD: Olin. Evans. Sliifrin. Kettle. Ziinbelnian, I.indberg. Frietlnian. REAR: I'IolI'ineyer, Devine. Wiagner. Letourneau, Clifton, San- tlers. Ilollitluy. AIISENT: Osterstroin. MISS BALL FRONT ROIY: Miss Hall. Kaplan, Singer, Magitlson, Crawford. I.:in'son, Ilealy. SECOND: llreenawalt. Rlntnbertg. Hewitt, Evans. Ranlings. l'llxnan. Yarges. Saville. THIRD: Ilernstein. Burnet. Iielirstoclc, Ilarrison. Crutclilieltl. Fi-alter. Sclnvartz. REAR: Kolelnnainen. Fuller. VVyatt. Don- aldson. jones. Ifauscli. Sinitli. Curr. NIR. BELL FRONT ROW: Mr. Bell, W:-lter. O'IIrien, Frietlntan, Class. Beck. Talbott. SEC- OND: VY:-il. IVitt. Meyn, Teibloom, Wolfe. jelinek. Springer. Iloaglund. TIIIRD: Logan. johnson. Whitmore. Ad- tlis. Luster. Cr-nencler. Epstein. REAR: lKIt'Cauran, Ilirnbannn. Ilall. McNarner, Ratlnnz. Staller. Mattln-ws. Cllutain. AB- SENT: Quigley. NIRS. IIORDEN FRONT ROW: Mrs. Borden, Rescli, Ongliton, Eit-liner, Simon, O'D0nneII, Lipps. SECOND: Mueller. Fabry, Lip- man, Rosenberg. Horne. Lee. Bass, Flor- sheim, THIRD: Bernstein, Klene. Bliss, W'alling. Levin. jolinston, Victor. Olllson. REAR: Steatlnian, Brown. Carlile. Aber- nathy. Harris, Fragessor. Wheeler. Allen. 226 ,-1 Q x-1' 'MX 1 Q .Q fx. Q 3.3 2 'V "-" 'ffm my vb NJ . QW Q X' wqfgg X , ' sd? 4 V - V3 A-Wy an Q k. , W 'Y - 1. . Fm - if 'fo Yi 5, V7 T V fi V ' rf yr vf v ,ff wr wr 1 . Q wi if Q MV Q:-'wr Jffxyg-1, V ' Y ' Ps . N, E 1 ,. M xy wy U yr '5' T ,. 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The class compensated for its numerical deficiency with an abundance of typical freshman enthusiasm and atypical freshman creativity. At the beginning of the year, the class of '66, like previous incoming classes, had to be somewhat led by the hand. The freshmen were formally introduced to the school and its workings at the annual orientation day in September, and a little later in the month a special Freshman Night was held. A frosh mixer was sponsored by the senior helpers to give them an opportunity to get better acquainted with each other. 'llius aided, the class quickly adjusted to New Trier life and refused to conform to the traditional mold of the naive, much- abused frosh. Taking the slogan "D0n't tread on me" as their keynote, they determined to shatter New Trier's established illusions of freshmen. Defying tradition, members of the class attempted to prove that their abilities were equal to those of their "elders" They endeavored to play a significant role in all of the major Perm: Rosstren activities. Freshman participation was particularly outstanding in the entertaimnent field as evidenced by Judy Carringtonis portrayal of Lotus Blossom in "Teahouse of the August Moon" and Peg Sweeny's delightful interpretation of "Jane" in Lagniappe. The freshman class party, "Sham-Rockf' was another example of their break with tradition. For the first time, freshmen were able to monopolize two major areas of the school for a party, students congregated in the lounge for entertainment, and then went on to dance in the dining hall to the swinging tunes of Denny and the Dukes. Under the leadership of their officers-President Arno Kahn, Vice-President Chris Keller, Secretary Sue Wipple, and Treasurer Pete Rossiter-the freshmen tried to establish an exclu- sively freshman no-name. They were thwarted in this attempt, however, when much to their distress Council took over the scheduled room for one of their no-names. The officers were also busy making plans for their class's future. 'lliey hoped to post special notices in 1963-64 on all '66 activities in order to promote class unity. They also wished to replace the two formal parties with three more unconventional gatherings at which students could enter and leave whenever they pleased. Through these and other plans, the freshmen not only succeeded in adjusting to New Trier customs but also attempted to change some of them. Their future promises to be filled with additional exciting innovations. Treasurer Susan Wi-nr'rx.E Secretary yi. STEERING COMMl'l'l'lfE-l7RON'l' ROYV: Price. Bohrow. Meyers. Fereuce. Magnuson. Granuni. liass. Liteeky, Gilbert. Greenfield. SECOND: Allini. Anderson. Fogelnian. Barnard. Ringel. Rusin. Goettsche. Matlhei, Curtis. THIRD: Fraker. Shackleton. Barr. Crosby. llaynian. Kennedy. Willis. MacLean. Jakslzis. Loieniore. REAR: Nichols. Clifton. Stepellon. Chase. Krone, Anderson. Gnndlaeh. Topping. Franco. lflclifrrxl GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FRONT ROW: Whitman. Eustis Magnuson. Mirot. lilaisdell. Switzer. jalfe. Pritzker. Miln-id Finkel. Duhl. Drucker. Granum. Frost. Herman. SECOND: Bono. Rubenstein. Schwartz. McKinney. Landuizni. Fisher. I' Miller. Sorkin. R, Ruslunan. Rnhiuolf. Laniperl, Duxler. Ward Greaves, Davis. Adler. Fiuelli. Stern. Gnmliiner. THIRD: Mar- cus. Carrington. Cohen. Bloonilield. Richman. 'l'honias. Glasser. Meyers. Scranton. Friedman. Lestina. Wilson. Aldrich. Zugler. Searles. Deiniel. Douglas. lieitz. Zacharias. FOl'RTlI: XYayne Schulman. Guthaus. Clarke. YVineberg. Cole. Golan. VYliipple Harris, Brown. Ilowarrl. Solar. Garrison. Gecht. Fyfe. Miller Hallock. Broun. Ruenger. Reuben, RE.-XR: Northrop. Gordon D. Raslnuan. Revell. Lassiter. Craig. Moulton. Seiliold. Hollander Levinson. Eckhouse. Cardwell. Hatliauay. Herrick. Anderson -Iackstas. Jorgensen. Rinikus. Caine. BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FRONT RONV: Pearlman. Engel, Quale. Badger. Delis. Barnard. Walker. Goodman. Paine. Clark, Eckert. Sydell. Burnett. Reichert. SECOND: NYahler. Thomp- son. Koller. Alsclinler. Green. Altschul. Michael. Andalnian, Gordon. McLennan. YVolf. Berngard. Alder. Miller. Katz. THIRD: D. Miller. Eckhouse. Pollack. Fraenkel. Tubbs. Siskin, Allison. Scheer. Fisher. Franz. Carlslroni. Rossiter. Fredrickson, Cohen. Kaplan. Stewart. FOllR'T'll: Stern. Rosenwald. Seiter, Matthei. Jaffe. Frazer. Ewald, Reichelderfer. WVallaee. Trieneius, Miller. lnnnenhausen. Kaiser. Vaile. Yates. Teton. O'Connor. REAR: Lev. Confrey. Garrelson. Loeb. Lauer. jacohsen. Chase, Freilieh. Goldstein. Peyton. Mercier. Drake. King. Janus. Moore, Sterulierpg. F R E S H M E N MR. BACH-FRONT ROW: Mr Bach, jones, Gold. Hanson. Alfini. Kas- par, Renscll. SECOND: Siglin. lVolfl' Curley, Halper,'Kearney, Sager, Sanger THIRD: Relnwald, YVooLl. 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F' -, A .. 4 V M ' v 'Ll Nz as ' W .1 A , II, IL 14 4 " , I- L W 1 'fm ff Q 4, 1 . Q :sn , m Q 15 ' vv K' ' + . NV A ,x i U . J ' 15, A, n Y U Q 3 1, . k ' . f . 54 Geograph Club .. ,....,........... ....., ...... . ORGANIZATION INDEX Administration Advisor Rooms gunior .....,..,. ophomore .... Freshman .........,,...... Aescula ians ...............,..... Alpha Trieri ..,.....,.,.,........... American Field Service ...... Aquarium Club .....,.,,...,.. Art Seminar ................. Baseball pictures, story ...... teams ............,..,.. Basketball pictures, story teams ...... ,.,., .... Bernoullians ,.,. Boat Club .. .....,.,. Bridge Club ,,.. Chess Club ....,.... Cross Country pictures, story ..... teams .........,.,.,.,.. Debate , ....,......,...,.,.,,..... De Todo un Poco ,,.. Drama Club ...,,...,..........,................. ....... Drama Productions "Allegro" ..,,..,. .... ..,.... . .....,.,.........,...... ....... "Teahouse of the August Moon" .... ....... "Julius Caesar" . ...........,..............., ...... . Ecuoas .... , .....,. Faculty ...,.....,...,.... Film Guild ......... Flnmbrau, Le ....,.......... Follt Singing Society Football pictures, story ..,...,. teams ...................... French Club ..., . ,... ..... ,..,,.. . . . Freshman Class ...,,,......,.,..,,., ,.,.., . Freshman Math Club ,.......,...... ,.,.,.. Future Nurses of America . ...... ....... Future Teachers of America Girls' Athletic Association ..,.... ....... Girls' Club ............................. ..vv... Golf pictures, story ..., teams ......... ,,.,,, Gennan Club ..,., Gymnastics pictures, story .... teams ........,...... Honor Groups Senior ............,., ,lunior ........,.... Sophomore ..... Freshman ..r.... Indoor Track pictures, story .,,,,,,, teams .....,.,.............. Inklings ............,..... Interfaith .,.,..,.......,, Intramural Sports ...,.. junior Class ..........,.,, junior Music Club .,Y,, A Aagaard. Kenneth .1-. 149, 216. Abbott, Elizabeth G., 240. Abelson, Katherine A., 93. 215. Abelson, Susan E., 216. Abemathy Gail Jean. 226. Ableman, llarlene F., 220. Abramson. Milton L.. 137. 186. Aetipes, Tom N., 111. 219. Adams, Brian Craig, 145. Adams, Pamela jean. 232. Adams, Parker. 142. 149, 186. Adams, T. Paul. 231. Adams, Walter B., 217. Adcock, Albert. 87. 242. Adcoelt. Victoria. 53. 85, 216. Addis, Dan H.. 57. 225, 226. Addis. Martin L.. 186. Ade, Julie Louise, 243. 166 215 226 237 50 50 50 51 51 132 148 122 142 51 60 52 52 120 140 100 107 78 80 81 82 110 170 52 106 53 114 137 53 234 56 53 54 150 62 135 147 54 130 144 182 214 225 236 121 141 105 55 156 210 58 L ' .....,. 1,2211 "Z'if.b ....,. Lens Club ,,..... Model Club ................ Music Organizations Cadet Band ............ Choirs. ............. . ...... 93 55 56 57 87 85 Choralters .....,........... ....... 8 7 Concert Band ............. ...... . 89 Concert Orchestra .. ..... ..... . . 87 Ensembles ................. ..,.... 8 6 Honor Band . ......... ....... 8 9 Musettes ............ .. ..... 86 Opera Group ........ ....... 8 5 Senior Orchestra ....... ....... 8 8 Troubadours ..,................... .. .. .. 86 National Forensic League ............. I ............ ....... 1 0 1 National Merit Scholarship Finalists ..... ....... 1 83 "N" Club ...., ,.... ....... , .................,.......... ....... 7 2 New Trier Guard .. ............................. .. .... 75 Nur' Trier News .... ....... 1 08 Opera ...................... ....... 9 0 Outdoor Track pictures, story ....... ....... 1 34 teams . ................. ....... 1 41 Pep Club ...... ....... 4 9 Playback ..... ........ Prana .................... Quill and Scroll ...... Radio Club ..,...... Sch rcibrrei ............,.... Senior Class ................. Senior Music Club ...,. Ski Club .................... Socoer pictures, story teams ......................... Spanish Club .................. Sophomore Class ................ Sophomore Math Club ...... Stamp and Coin Club . .... . Steering Committees Senior lunior Sophomoremifiiii V Freshman ........ . Student Cabinet .... Student Council .... Student Forum ...... Student Tutors ...... Swimming pictures. story ........ teams ........... ....... Technical Crew ..., Tennis pictures, story .. teams . .............,.. . Tri-Ship ............. WVNTH ............... Wrestling pictures. story ..,.... teams ......................... Yarn and Thread Club ...... STLIDE T1 DEX Agnew, Elizabeth H.. 153, 228. A ron, Edvthe, 229. Ahem, Robert W.. 138, 233. Ahrberg, Cheryl Anne. 186. Ahrberg, Kyle Owen, 243. Aishton, Nancy, 85. 220. Albala, Gretchen. 244. Albert, Andrew B., 158. 161. 182, Albert. Carol Susan. 237. Albrecht, Gregory W., 138. 228. Albrecht, John F., 57. 89, 227. Alder, Jonathan B., 233. Aldrich, Nancy Tavlor, 236. 238. Aldridge, lane Taylor, 244. Aldridge, Marianne. 219. Alexander, Edwin M.. 89. 186. 186. Alexander. Randolph F.. 69, 70, 72. 139, 182, 183, 186. Alfini, lolm, 88, 89, 145, 236, 237. Amni. Louis. F.. 214. 21s. Alford, Judith Mary. 64, s7. 233 Adelmau, Jill, 214, 216. Aden, Douglas R., 85. 146. 219. Adler, Barbara C., 236, 242. Adler, lames W.. 89, 138, 159, 233, 236. Adler, Michael, 231. Adler, Paul James, 245. Adler, Richard J., lll, 214, 217. Adler. Robert C., 217. 246 Allen, oanne V., 186. Allen, ohn S., 186. Allen, ohn William, 86, 225, 229. Allen, Lee, 226. Allen, Steven S.. 147. 238. Allison. Robert D., 236. 241. Allworth, john Henry, 158, 245. Allyn, Cynthia Sue. 151. 227. Alperin Joanne, 243. Alpert. 2 tctoria Io, 186. Alschuler, David M., 236, 241. Alschuler. .lolin H., 138, 238. Alsehuler, William R.. 86, 183. Alsdorf, Lynn, 50, 186. Alstrin, John C., 69, 214, 215. Altschul, Martin S., 236, 243. Altsclxuler. llona A.. 87, 228. Aman, Ellen G., 232. Aman, Margaret A.. 217. Amato, Sally Ann. 231. Amherst. C ynthia L.. 229. Ames, Gerard WV., 145, 225, 232. Ames, ,leflery K.. 239. Ames. Rowena L.. 85. 216. Amodeo. Fred C.. 186. Amsbary, Edith A.. 232. Amsba ', Marjorie S.. 240. Ancelmludith Sue, 101, 214, 220. Andalman, Elliott D.. 236. 245. Andelman, Michael B.. 147, 186. Andelman, Susan E.. 49. 220. Anderman. Cheryl R., 221. Anderson, Carol Ann. 238. Anderson, Cathy C.. 186. Anderson. David E., 89, 233. ....,..l04 .......l06 .109 59 . ...... 107 .......178 . ...... 58 60 .......118 ....,,.139 60 . ...... 222 57 61 .......l81 .......214 .......225 .......236 ......,169 . .,.... 44 59 74 .......126 .......146 79 .......l36 .......149 68 .......102 .......128 .......145 61 Anderson. Edith A., 151, 236. Argiggson, Gordon S., 138, 148, 225, Andi-nion, Lames D., 146, 219. aren M., 186. Anderson, Anderson, Karen V., 44, 85, 182, 186. Anderson, Kristine L., 87, 239. Anderson, Larry R., 87 231. Anderson, Marcia C.. 87 244. Anderson, Margaret R., 243. Anderson, Patricia J., 240. Anderson, Robert A., 228. Anderson. Ronald K., 236, 239. Anderson, Stephen A., 157. 214, 217. Anderson, Susan J., 46 153. 225. 228. Ang:-Jen, Thomas P., jr., 46, 143, 236 Anderson, Vergie L., 64, 87, 228. Anderson. Virginia, 186. Andreae. David. 227. Angell, Susan F. 218. Anger, Cvnthia c., 64. ni, 210. Angres, Richard D., 217. Angst, Carlton C., 46, 138, 141, 239. Angst, Ruben W., 75, 146, 229. Anoli. Robert L., 158. Antkowiak, Richard. 216. Antrim, Steve R., 143, 148. 231. Boyaj Archer, Barbara Lou, 151, 240. Argent, Rosemary F., 214. Ar1e11', Irwin B., 109, 158, 221. Armstrong, David Wm., 141, 245. Armstrong, Dorothy, 64, 218. !.:rrr014,J.gir11p3, 186k4o rnstetn, 1 ' 1 can, . Arona Robert Louis, 86, 93, 181, 186. Arn., 'Frederica 221. Arvey. Richard ., 215. Arvites, James A., 230. Aschbacher Stephen E., 87, 156, 230. Arr., form Frederick, 69, 225, 239. Astha ter, Jlames H., 233. Atkrnson, ancy 1..ee, 226. Atkinson, Robert W., 187. Ator Jmoanne Helen, 233. Augda 1, Cheryl dean, 221. Augustus, Howa , 187. Austin, gmc An ela, 181, 183. Austin tephensf., 138, 231. Arrrrr, brrid Leslie, 1s1. Avery, Nancy R., 89, 107. Avery. William 0., 187. Axtmann, George, 221. Axtmann, Priscilla M., 240. Axtmann, Thomas, 221. Babbitt, Judith E., 228. Babcock Margaret A., 244. arbor, Martha Jane, sa, 230. Baby, Charles P.. 69, 72, 137, 147, 221. Bacon, Kathryn Ann, 225. Bacon, Linda sean, 153, 225, 228. Badger, Lelan James, 146, 236, 238. Baer, John M., 241. Baer, eggy A., 49, 182, 187. Baere, Ceollrey Clay, 243. Bagby, Emily Ann, 154. Bagge, Keith A. 157, 187. Baglge, Kendall E., 187. Bar ey, Gale Joanne, 153, 187. Barm, Michael Allen, 245. Barr, Lucy Jeanette, 153, 240. Bair, Myra ., 88, 151, 187. Barr, Nonnan W., 85, 146, 183, 221. Balrck, Lee Kenneth, 229. Ball, Daniel, 137 242. 11.11, irrrrrr, 145, 242. Ball, oger D., 145, 215. Ballantine, Peter W., 182, 187. Ballantine, Todd H., 214, 220. Ballenger, Cindy T., 225, 233. Balmes, Charles l., 230. Balser, Pamela G., 85, 107. 214. Bambergir, Sandra L., 187. Bangs, ary T.. 64, 85, 216. Ban s, Victor M., 72. 187. Barbakoll, Shelley, 214, 215. Bard, Marc A., 46, 47, 139, 217. Barenbrugge, David T., 217. Barg, James B., 187. Bar as, Alese, 106, 214, 218. Barker, Antoinette C., 85, 214, 216. Barker, William R., 138, 230. Barliant, Diana J. 88 220 arrmra, crrywrr L., 69. 113, 225, 229. Bagnsrd, Harry David, 103, 148, 236, Barnard. .lohn Walter, 138, 239. Barnes, Elizabeth Ann. 238. Bamett, Armin Guy. 87. 146, 236, 244. Barnett, Bonnie Mara. 214, 219. Barnett, Ioan, 187. Barnett, Michael Joel. 241 Barnett. Steven D., 46, 221. Barnhill, Laurence R., 72, 139, 221. Barnieh, John J., 89. 215, 222. Barr, Barbara Ann. 236, 238. Barr, Deborah J.. 228. Barr, Geraldine L.. 85, 214, 220. Barrett, Edward John. 87. 243. Barrett. Holly N.. 225, 231. Barry, 1Vayne S.. 89, 225, 230. Barsurnian, Craig A.. 231. Barth, Rona Pearl. 228. Bartholomay. Andrea, 183. 187. Barton, Roger James, 85. 225. 227. Barton, Terence James. 143. 233. Bass, Donald Lewis. 87. 140, 232. Bass, Lesley Ellen, 64. 226. Bass, Susan Helene. 236. 243. Bassett, Raloh P.. Jr.. 220. Bassett, Ruth Wear, 238. Basting, Diana Lynn, 237. Bateman. James. 146. 242. Bates, Virginia B. 221. arrrrrhrrr. Ronald E.. 91, ms. 245. Battle. Richard S.. 233. Bauerle, Virginia M., 243. Baugher. Peter V.. 46, 238. Baum, Deborah Ellen, 153, 239. Baumann, Barbara G., 111. 187. Baumann, Laurence B., 233. Baumann, Sally E., 88. 225, 227. Baumgart, Bruce G., 75, 214, 218. Baumgarten, Richard L.. 183, 187. Baumgarten, Skipper, 46, 232. Baver, Perry, 244. Baxter, Pamela Jean, 242. Bayer, Ellen F.. 217. Baylor, Bruce W.. 69, 138, 145, 239. Baylor John W., 72 137, 187. Berrrrfnrrrrrrlrl B. 18,7. Beauloy,lJe1frey John, 243. Beavers, oy James, 130, 146, 230. Beck, Donald Peter, 226. Beck, Robert Earl. 227. Becker, Christine L., 244. Becker, Allen E., 225, 233. Becker, Ilene Rae, 242. Becker, Jcames A.. 187. Bcder, atherure V.. 63, 64, 187. Becker, Luc , 86 226. Becker, Michael b., -146. 220. Becker, Michael David, 231. Becker, Preston Mark. 241. Becker, Renee Phyllis, 230. Becker, Sara R.. 150. 154, 214, 218. Becker, Sidney Lee, 187. Becke r, Susan M., 49, 153, 225, 227. Beckmann, Ann Culver. 79, 93, 228. Beebe, Camline lane, 151, 240. Be ley, Barbara R., 245. Blacher Carol L., 188. Black, Cordon L., 216. Black, Michael R., 239. Black Robert, 218. Blackburn, Elizabeth, ss, s1, 233. Blackbum, Robert E., 238. Blackman, lltudith A.. 85, 216. Blackwell, obert N., 121 140, 141. Bladen Laurence Voge, 230. Blair, udith S., 215. Blaisde 1, Paula Moro, 236, 238. Blake, Donna S., 232. Blake, Jellrey, 147, 148, 242. Blaker, Allen Wells, 86, 87, 89, 229. Blanas, Constance A., 245. Blatchlord, Christopher, 29, 69, 138, 141. Blatchford, Suzanne, 85, 154, 214. 221. BeBm, Donald R., 68, 69. 72, 128, 129, 139, 145, 158, 167, 243. Behrendt, Lynda M., 151, 152, 154, 214, 215. Behrstock, Robert A., 69, 243. Behrstock, Ruth, 226. Beierwaltes, Gayle A., 230. Bell, Patricia Lee, 218. Bell, Robert Loren, 228. Bell, Suzanne, 167. erry M., 160, 215. Bellairs, Bellows, Deborah M., 244. Bellows, Diane L., 227. Bellows, Mary Lee, 87, 239. Bellows, Randall, 214, 217. Beman, Shelley R., 52, 74, 75, 182. 187. Beman, Suzanne Avery. 53, 152, 230. Bender, William E.. 89, 101, 187. geneventi, llgalrgol J.klg7. en1am1n, 1 e ., . Bennett, Ann E., 64, 153, 227. David P.. 219. Bennett. Bennett, David W., 140, 225, 229. Bennett, George W.. 141, 237. Bennett, Margaret G., 219. Bennett, Sherrlynn, 64. Benson, Georg R., 85 215. Benson, Kell yron, 86, 146, 225, 229. Bleek, Karen Jean, 227. Blegen, Christine Ann, 87, 240. Blender, Har1eneJ., 240. Blender, Harvey Alan, 244. Blettner, Elizabeth M., 111, 216. B'ey, ,kihn H.. 230. Bliss, larian E., 58, 86, 154. 225. 226. Bl k D 'd G 229 oc , avr ., . Block, Ellen Rose, 151, 237. Block, Ruth Anne, 228. Blomeyer, Edward, 188. Blomeyer, Judy, 87, 240. Bloom. Carolyn S., 85, 219. Bloom, Dorothy F., 64. 138. Bloom, Frederick A.. 244. Bloom. ,ludith B.. 188. Bloom. Louis William, 229. Bloonrlield, Allen D., 188. Bloomlield. Ellen H., 85. 214, 220. Bloomfield. Nancg Sue, 64, 236, 238. Blossom, Steven r., 228. Blum. Charlotte C., 87, 225, 232. Blumberg, loy E., 188. Blumberg, Mary, 225, 226. Blumenthal, Mark S., 229. Blumenthal, Rise D., 182, 188. Blumin. Alberta M., 232. Berhach. Vil. Brian. 229. Berg, Bonnie N., 218. Berg, Christine M.. 214, 219. Be arnes A., 219. Beiig: Jean Carol. 243. Berger, Claire, 231. ggrger, lDIonna41gay, 187. ariiiil geilrxy Airrr, s9, 158, 192, 187. Berger heldon E., 187. Berger: Steohen L., 187. Bobbe, go Ann, 188. Bobbe, andra Jean. 61, 64. 87, 243. Bohrow, Sara Lou, 236, 238. Bodman. Nancy A.. 86. 227. Bogart, Elizabeth, 181. 182, 183. Bogolub, Ellen Beth. 87, 88, 240. Bohnen, Robert A.. 188. Bonnekamp, Mary Sue, 228. Bono, Meri Lane, 236. 240. Boone, Carol A., 46, 214, 216. Booty, Sandra K.. 86, 188. Bergman, David A.. 72, 75, 146, 219. Benn er, Jeanette M., 107, 225, 227. Berkeihanrer, Rudi C., 46. 182, 183, 187. Berkenlield, James E., 215. Berkenlield, kVill1an1. 121, 143, 243. Berkenstadt. Eugene R.. 242. Berkenstarlt, Carl I., 153, 240. Berkenstadt. Joy S., 151, 187. Berkman. Russell S.. 230. Berkson, Marcia. 187. Berkson, Sherry Ann, 232. Berland. Jay Robert. 242. Berlet. K. Richard, 89. 160, 218. Berlin, Richard W.. 216. Berliner. Paula G.. 244. Berndt, Lola M.. 244. Berngard, Russell Lee, 143, 236, 242. Bemstein. Carolyn D., 222. Bernstein, Charles D.. 45, 52. 72, 130, 131, 183, 187. Borden, loanne, 216. Borden, Lee J., 188. Boren, Julie Ann, 244. Borltan, Eugene L., 46, 72, 140, 141, 182, iss. Burn. Carole A.. 188. Born, Margaret L., 232. Bornl roelt. David P., 69, 72. 137, 142, 147. 219. Borowitz. Jane E.. 233. llorre , Dawn Lea, 188. Borre, Gale Ann, 238. Borrc. Karen Lee. 246. Barre, Kenneth C., 221. Borre, Nancy Lynne, 151. 228. Barre, Susan R.. 89, 219. Bussen, Howard Samuel, 239. Bossen, Nathan, 188. Bouchard. Lawrence J., 89, 221. Bowen, Barbara G., 89, 103, 188. ian Joce1'1 215 Bernstein, Jacob, 59, 218. Be t ' r11s ern Bernstein v.11.1d1lll Fay, 231. , Linda M., 80. 226. Bernstein. Sheilah R., 86, 151, 187. Bernstein, Sue Ann, 226. Bernstein, Victor Jay. 148, 243. Berol, Ioan4Alexis. 233. Berol, William S., 239. Berry, Fern N.. 187. Berry, Lynn Claire. 233. Berry Sanford Lee. 242. Berry: Stuart lrwin. 103, 243. Boyd, Ellen L., 183, 188. Boyd, lean Kay, 240. Boyd, Margaret Ann, 230. Boyd, Vickr, 228. Boyer. Sandra Lynn. 153, 243. Boyls1on,Aohn M., 221. Boynton. onna Roy, 232. Brack, William Edgar, 109, 160, 218. Brackett. Gay W., 63, 75, 188. llrackett. Sara E., 228. Bradbury. Richard F., 85, 218. Berr ', Susan Kay, 109, 187. Bersbach, John B., 72, 187. Bersbach, William L., 245. Berz, David Richard, 87. 148, 242. Bess, David Loren. 95, 104, 228. Bess, Marilyn, 216. Besser, Donna Janet, 225, 226. Bethke, Barbara A., 187. Bethke, Charles A., 143, 149, 242. Bethke. Douglas A.. 218. Betts. Andrew J., 85. 187. Beucher, Barry' .1-. 221. Biek, Linda Lou. 228. Bick, Mary S., 215. Biederman. Jerry H., 69, 218. Biemeck, Howard, 215. Biemolt, Gail L.. 188. Bienenlelrl, Candace A.. 109, 182, 188. Bigelow, Barbara A., 219. Bi elow, Steven M., 233. Biflings, Madelynne A., 218. Bimler, Save Rose. 210. Bimstein, Phillip K., 229. Brmbaum. Lawrence S.. 225, 226. Bischoll, Ferdinand. 233. B1schofl,N!ul1anna, 89, 225, 232. Bishop, ark Timothy, 188. Biaer, mir., 146, 159. 211. Bixby, Linda Jean, 226. Braden, Judith, 183, 188. Bradley, Carolyn B., 88, 153, 188. Bradley. Christine C., 240. Bradley, Frederick W., 217. Bradlcyi .loyce Emily, 231. Bradley, Laura C., 86. Bradley. Richard L., 147, 188. Bradley, Thomas A.. 215. Bradley, Tom M., 215. Bradley. William R.. 89, 229. Brady, Robert R., 225, 232. Brady. Thomas H., 245. Braet J. Michael, 221. Braet, Susan Marion, 228. Braet. 1Villiam John, 159, 241. Brandt. Christine L., 240. Brandwein, Linda L., 214, 220. Brannen, Jennifer G., 216. Brash ears, Diana W. , 240. Braun, Beverly lean, 85, 188. Braun, Brian Alan, 147, 231. Braun, Roberta L., 214, 220. Braun, Susan M., 85. 104, 216. Breeden, Susan E., 151, 188. Breeden, Viiendy K., 218. Brekken. Cindy Lea. 151, 228. Brenner Bress. Paul L., 232. Airthur c.. 229. Breton, Theodore R., 214, 217. Breveard, Barbara J., 151, 240. Brew, Charles Alan 148, 244. Brew, Patncla J., 111, 152, 217. Bridges, Lloyd, 51, 75, 127, 147. Bridges, Martin H., 72, 121, 137, 181, 188. Bridge Arthur, 109, 214, 217. Brill. Miehae1R., 291. Brin, Robert H.. 140. 217. Brindell, Paul. 78, 218. Brinkmann, Barbie Gail, 245. Brinkmann, Helaine, 228. Bristow Pamela J. 151, 188. nrrekrll. Donald 11., 221. Brode. David B., 219. Brodsky, Harnet A., 41, 88, 89, 220. Brodsky, Marcia L.. 109, 220. Brodsky, Marsha 228. Brodsky, Steven Allen, 86, 227. Bronne, Michele A., 228. Brunner, Susan Ann, 188. Bronner. William E. 46, 143, 148, 225 Brgglg, arm Sanford, 140, 143, 148, Brookman, Jian W., 78, 182, 188. Brookman, ancy Gail, 86, 225, 228. Broten, Linda Marie, 153, 240. Brouwer, Folkert E., 241. Browder. 1Vendy ., 62, 86, 188. Brown, Barbara Ellen, 236, 237. Brown, Barbara L., 228. Brown, Christine L., 85, 219. Brown, Deborah S., 65, 226. Doroth Ann, 240. Brown, Brown, Edwart1l'J., 227. llrown, Eileen Louise, 236, 244. Frederic H., 219. Brown, Brown, James E., 158, 188. Brown, arncs C., 137, 219. Brown, udy, 215. Brown enneth T., 218. Brown, Marilyn D., 215. Brown, Patricia Lee, 230. Brown, Browning, Pamela, 89 225, 228. Brueggeman, Diane, 151, 220. Bruno, Pau11neJo, 232. Bryan, Robert C., 60, 188. Bryant, Daniel C., 188. B ' R be G. 89 238 ryant, n rt , , . Brgirgt, 1'Va1late D., 60, 75, 85, 146, Richard M., 188. Brynteson, Robert H., 218. Buchanan, Jellrey, D., 238. Bucher. Robert C., 217. Buck, Cathy Ruth, 86 233. 1sr.c1rrr.r.rrrr,w111ir.,rrs., 139, 14s, 229. Buddeke, kan Marre, 188. Buddeke, ancy Ann, 240. Budowsky, Lee Darryl, 230. Budowsky, Steven E., 160, 218. Buenger, Barbara ., 236, 243. Busirger, Elizabeth A., 75, 85, 152, Buenger, Robert C., 146, 225, 227. Buenger, Theodore 1'l., 46, 72, 137, 182, 183, 188. Buesch, Richard W., 72, 137, 188. Bueter, Robert W.. 75, 188. Bulltley, Patricia P., 240. Bulkl?, Peter Todd, 183, 188. Bull, onstante, 225, 230. Bull. Eugenia, 64, 182, 188. Bull, Patricia, 153, 226. Buol, .Lames Matthew, 138, 242. Burdrc , Nancy Joan, 240. Burdick, Suzanne M., 189. Burg, Frank Lewis, 227. Burg, Robert S., 219. Bu clorf, James L., 189. Buif, John Paul, 227. Burke, William, 217. Burks, Sara A.. 87, 88, 151, 230. Burmeister., Robert A., 228. Burnet, Kathleen Ann, 87, 226. Burnette, Mark C., 89, 139, 227. Burns, Catherine, 49, 219. Burns Stephen 75, 146, 159, 233. Burr, ,Lucinda F., 226. Burrill, Elizabeth A., 85, 88, 182, 189. Burrill, Melinda J., 86, 229. Burrill, Sharon L., 216. Burrows, Anne C., 64. Burson, Julia D., 75, 85, 217. Burson, lalcolm C., 75. 215. Burson, Vllilliam W., 69, 72, 75, 86, 189. Butler, Jaohn Megs, 69, 140, 141, 238. Butow. atricia ., 63 189. Butterfield. Jeffrey, 146, 230. Butterworth, Pamela J., 87, 230. Button, Kenneth R., 216. Button, Louise W., 49, 189. Button, Marcia B., 180, 181, 183, 189. Button. Panic, 167 Butz, Beverly Graham, 236, 244. Butzrne, Karen E., 189. Byars, Patricia E., 232. Byrne, Patrick M., 189. Byrum, John Williams, 138, 231. C Cahill Susan A., 238. Cain, anice Lynne, 229. Cain, ucly Faye 189. Caine, Marilyn Candy, 236, 244. 247 Calderon, Patricia J.. 182, l89. Calhoun. David K., l89. Callas, Ellen Louise, 240. Cameron, Bonnie jenn, 229. Cameron, Mary Lou, 244. Campbell, Allen K.. 227. Campbell, Eleanor. 189. Campbell. Michael L., 189. Campbell. Susan. 228. Caniff. Charles E., H5, 243. Canifl, Lynne M. 189. Caplan, xmcxmcl jay, 230. Cardwell. Catherine, 236, 245. Cardwell. Robert J., l-46, 214, 218. Carlile, Catherine. 6-1, 182, 183, 189. Carlile, Celia ,l.. 63, 226. Carlin, Mary Sherwood. l5l, 245. Carlsen. Barbara I., 189. Carlson. Barbara QK., 46, 221. Carlson, Doronna K.. 86, 230. Carlson, Harvey S., 231. ames B., 228. ohn R., 189. yra L., 75, 88, 218. Carlson. Carlson, Carlson, Carlson, Robert A., 229. Robert P., 87, 229. Carlson, Carlson. Soon, 138, 241. Cagggedt, Steven F.. 143, 148, 225, Carlstrom. Russell D., 60, 89, 147, 236, 239. Carpenter, Carol A., 64. 214, 219. Carpenter, Patrick J., 239. Carpenter. Richard A., 103, 215. Carricre, Christopher, 241. Carrington, Judy L., 46. 79, Sl, 235, 243. Carrington, Lawrence. 189. Carson, Frederick, l2l, 140, 141, 217. Carsten. .lefirey T.. 88, 89, 222, 251. Caselli, Terry A., 189. Cassel. Anthony A., 189. Cassell. Thomas. 158, l89. Castle, Steven R.. 86, 189. Castro, Carolyn B., 151, 229. Calini, Elisa, 237. Catini, Francis, 220. Catlen, Stanley L.. l89. Cavanaugh, lane S., 64. 189. Cavpnauglx, llrl. Kun., 181, 189. Cecil, Charles H.. l0S, 182, 189. Cecil, Charlotte A., 64, 242. Cellier, Iqlm B., 146, 229. Center, Michael J., 72. 139, 160, 215. Center, Sandra Ice, 227. Chadwick. Susan C., 85, 217. Chamberlain. Richard, 239. Charnbers. Jeffery B., 238. Chapin, Carol Sue. 58, 86, 227. Charous. Bruce. 183, 189. Chase. Chnsumlicr A.. 149, 236, 241. 153, Chase. Philip S., 69, 72, 127. 146, 2l6. Chalain, Christopher. 109, 225, 225. Cheadle, Russell F., 230. Cherpalr, Marvin A.. 229. Chcrpak. Paul M., lll. 137. 219. Cherry, Peter B., 86, 149, 231. Chetek, Stephen Alan, 148, 239. Chichester, Joan D., 238. Childs, Robert A., I-49, 157, 215. Chinn, lvVayne S., 230. Chipley. Lucien, 232. Chodash. Andrea Beth, 87. 88, 239. Cham. Dnnly L.. 183, 189. Choi-n, john Douglas, 237. Chrgstell, Carol L.. 49. 85, 219. Christensen, Jael: M., 241. Christiansen, Stephen, 239. Christiansen, Steven, 189. Christie. Janet Lean. 245. Christoph, Yvilliam R., 229. Churchill, Barbara lvl.. 64, 189. Circle, Rosanne K., 227. Barbara, 151 189. Citron. , Claar, Mary A., 75. 87. 219. jennifer Ann, 238. Cladcr, Cinder, Linda L., 75. 86, 214, 221. claim, Robert L., 72, l37, 142, 214, 217. Clark, Anne B., 218. Clark, Barbara dean, 240. lame: A en. 236, 241. Clark, Clark, john jeffrey, 228. Clark, Linda Jeanne, 232. Clark, Peter P., 83, 105. 109, 183. 189. Clark. Robert W., 69, 72, 137, 182, 189. Clark, Sara Christine. 238. Clark, Steven Lee, 86, 143, 233. Clarke, Gilbert B., 239. Clarke, Indith Tumer, 236, 245. Clarke. Martin J., 182, 189. Clgiilgc, Patricia N., 75, 151, 152, 214, Clarke, Paul Howard, 229. Clausen. Barbara J., 85, 216. Clay, Michael james, 238. Clarion, Penny Ann, 244. CIC and, David A., 79, 158. 159, 233. Clifford, james P.. 70, 219. Clifford, kmme R., 137 145, 219. Clifford, 'illiam, 79. 137, 189. Clifton, Carl Lloyd, 147. 236. Clifton, Caml L., 109, 233. Clifton, Gaye Lynne, 226. Clifton. Wi liam Lee. 147, 245. Cline, Edward Lee, 229. 248 Clingma n. Keith P., 189. Clo, Carol L., 234. Cloud, james William, 132, l39. HS, 229. Coale, George M., 139, 141. 229. Cobb. ames David, 86, 189, Cobb, eggy Lynn, l5l, 233. Cnbu rn, Cocroft, Cncrofl. Susan T., 219. David S.. 101. 193, 157. 139. Iames Ralph, 225. 233. Codell, Evan Michael. 189. Coe. Andrew Dowley, 138, I ll. 241. Coflield. Peter T.. 78. 80. 82, 145, 189. Collin, Frederick Y.. 189. Collin, ,lolin 145. 159. 217. Cozswell. janet Lynn, 244. Cohen, Betsy, 46, 64, l8l. 182. 190. Cohen, Carol Suzanne. 245. Cohen, Emily Ellen. 240. Cohen, Cohen, Cohen, ames L., 216. eillry S.. 156. l82. 190. enneth L.. 182. 190. Cohen, Lawrence D.. 101. Cohen Linda Lee. 236. 240. r Cullen, Marcus S., 236, 239. Cohen, Marlene Ann. 87, 244. Cohen, Rozanne, 230. Cohen, Susan P.. 218. Cohen, Thomas VV., 218. Cohn, B arb R., 107. 214. 215. Colm, Judith A.. 79, I90. Cohoon, Colbert. Ronald S.. 133. 225. 231. Sharon jean. 240. Colby. Larry Allan, 238. Cole, Br Cole. Cole, Pa Cole, Su uce, 230. Cathy Ellen, 88, 236. 244. tricia E., 214, 216. san Allworllx, 87, 151, 230. Colegrove, Sall ' j., 86, 225, 228. Coleman, Brencla. 190. Collings, Christine, 87, 227. Collins, Charles P.. 101, l40, 229. Collins, Craig Lee. 279. Collins, Evelyn C., 216. Colggs, Katherine M., 86, 182, 183, l . Collins, Kent Stowe, 138, 24l. Collins, Linda S., 64, 85, 214, 215. Collins, Michael K., 87, 141, 241. Collins. Patricia. 64, 228. Colmorgan, Kav S., 89, 190. Colvin. James Tory, 103. 241. Compton, Ann WV., 225, 230. Conagha n, llohn j., 182, 190. Cone, Caro e jean, 190. Cone. W illiam j., 2l4, 221. Confrey, ane, 151. 190. Confrey. ohn Robert. 69, 87, 236, 2-ll. Con don. James R., 241. C0 nfey . Penelope S., 221. Connelly, Sharon L., 85. l82, 190. Connlev, Daniel P.. 89, l57, 221. Connolly. Jean, 244. Connor, Gregory E., 218. Con nor, Kathleen S., 243. Connor. Thomas E.. 86. l38, 231. Conrad. Lynne Carol, 227. Converse, Arlan YV., 241. Converse, Judith L., 85, 219. Cook, Barry, 128, 138. 145. l-18, 231. Cook, M avnard B., 138. 215. Cook, Richard Ben, 138, 245. Cooley. Byron lcsler, 88, 89, 231. Coolidge, Christine L.. 225, 231. Cooney, Allyson C.. 238. Cooney, Susan G., 2l8. Cooper, eflrey Jonas, 138. 239. Cooper, .ohn Robert. 233. Cooper, usan, 225, 228. Copcnnan. Robert J., 190. Coorlas, Eunice J., 85, 216. Coorlas, Peter C.. 145, 148, 245. Cope, Melissa, 220. Cnplon, Deborah Ilene, 240. Coplon, Donna Ann. 227. Coradini. Catherine M.. 227. Coradini, Dianne M., 64, 220. Corcoran, Joan M., 218. Cork, M anlee S., 64 190. cork, William B., 232. Corniany, Sall C. 245. Cornyn. Iohn lf.. 147, 190. Cornyn, Madeleine A., 66, 214, 216. Corr. Patricia C.. 87, 226. Corradini. Mary Lou. 64, 243. Correa, Domlhy J., 245. Corset, Pamela g., 242. Corwin. Susan 1.. 216. Cossman. Ranclee E.. 93, 182, 190. Cutsirilos, Stephanie. 151, 215. Cottrell, Daryl A., 244. Cnul thu lst. Lvncla B., 229. Couture, Arthur L., 72, 141. 139, 219. Couturier, James C.. 149, 217. Cowen, Bruce F., 101, 190. Cowen, Jon P., 230. Cox, james B.. 221. Cox, ohn S., 182. l90. Coyne, David I., 230. Coyne, ,Kohn lf., 238. Coyne, iadelme, 220. Coyn, Marcy J.. l90. Crabtree , Lynda D., 219. Cragg, Laura J., 88, 89, l90. Cragg, Lawrence R., 89. 242. Craig, Laura lV., 236, 238. Crain, Carol, 64, 220. Cramer. Gregory VV., l60, 214, 218. Crawford, Bruce W.. l15, l37. 217. Crawford, Catherine A., 46. 227. Crawford, Catherine E., 225. Crawford. lean M.. 216. Crawford. Pamela B., 89. 227. Creek, Jacqueline N., 153, 190. Crei li, Elizabeth T., 243. Crmllgen, Leslie M., 219. Croft, Douglas E.. 138. Croft. Mary B., 85. 218. Cronher , Cac. 232. Crone, garol Jeanne. 233. Crosby, I. Raymond. 216. Crosby, Martha B., 153. 236, 240. Crosby. Sue VV.. l9fl. Crosson, Constance E., 64, 87, 216. Cmuse, Harrison M., 218. Crouse, Sally E.. 238. Crowley, Kevin C., 225. Crowlev. Susan Marv. l90. Cnim, Donald P., 190. Cmm Jean Susan. 228. Crutclr Cid, janet E,, 226. Crysler, Richard. 69. 79, 190. Cullen, Eileen M., 225, 228. Cullen. Stuart C., 243. Cummings, ,games K., 228. Cummings, errold A., 2l5. Cummins. Gilbert M.. 89, 242. Cummins, Gregori, 243. Cunningham, at ryne. 78. 228. Cunnin ham, Margaret, 215. Curley,gLinda Jean, 231. Currie, Thomas A., 139, 228. Curtis, Arthur Hale. 138, I45. 236, 242 Curtis. Custer, Custer, Cutler, Caryl, 151, 190. Cutler, Nancy, 226. Roger, 52 103, 190. ane. 105 153, 214, 220. ames William, errie L., 216. 138, 239. Cutler, , Cuttie, Patricia L., 228. D Dach, Janis, 244. Dadian, kames Allen, 241. Dadian, orman R., 217. D'A?oslino Rita M., 244. Dah , charles C., 1:11, 215. Dahl, Grant R., 138 229. mm, William A., 161 225, zso. Dalilstrom, Elizabeth, 64, ss, 220. Daiss, Anne M., 216. Dale, Judith E.. 227. Dallmeyer, R. Ford, 138, 230. Danby, YVilliam F., 238. Daniels, Dennis L., 86. 190. Daniels, Ma QI., 190. Daniels, Pau? S.. 93, 214, 215. Danielson, Bradford D., 241. Danielson, Candace C., 85, l5l, 221. Danielson, Carol D., 181, 182, 190. Danley, Michael D., 221. Darcy Frank M., 138, 242. Daskal, Dennis A., 244. Dauer, Paul 190. Daugirdas, 'Thomas C., 54, 217. Dailgixport, David S., 85, 137, 158, 214, Davidson, Patricia, 238. Davidson, Patricia A., 46, 244. Davidson, Richard Z., 216. Davidson, Ruben G., 86, 225, 229. Davidson, Steven A., 190. Davies, Donna S., 190. Davis, Daniel A., 158, 190. Davis, George M., 221. Olin B., 45, 121, 141, 243. ohn Bryan 140 146 233. Davis, Davis, , , Davis, Mya. A.. 109. 215, 1520. Davis, ar ene H., 236, 240. Davis, Nancy, 153, 227. Davis, Nancy L., 86. 214, 215. Davis, Richard M., 241. Davis, Robert C.. 140, 148, 232. Davis, Stephen H., 233. Davis, Susan, 180. Oakley B 87. 242. D . , Dixon, john H'., ss, lll, 182, 183, 190. Dealxl, Mary C., 190. Deahl, Suzanne ll., 238. Dean, Gre ory L ., 133, 147, 214, 218 nm, lfVilEam J., 12, as, 137, 145, 130. Death. Carolyn R., 85, 190. DeQ:3bRobert J., 140, l-15, 149, 236, Decesaro. Gerald, 231. Decker. Alice A., 86, l90. Dedes. Christine, 240. Dee. Christopher C.. 159. 233. Deegan, Deborah. 214, 220. Deer, Barry C., 217. Deer, Wally 0. 230. Derma, Da.-id L., 241. Delord, Gerard H., 231. Delord, Ruth I.. 88, 214, 215. Delxler, Steven J., 241. Deimel, Katherine H., 236, 237. Dekoven, Robyn WV., 151, 230. Delaine, John K., 217. Delclzke, Howard, 241. Delevitt Carolvn, 78. 86. 153, 225, 226. Demancl, ,Inlln'L., 233. ' Demhski, Gregory A.. 232. Demmon, Clinton, VV., 138, 141, 229. Denis, ,han M.. 216. Deppe, ary F., 190. Deppe, Michael W., 86, 160, 190. Deming, Denise L., 87, 240. Deservi. Robert G., 219. Desmond, Leslie R., 46, 55, 64, 88, 190 Deutch, Marjoriel'J., 218. Devine, Dorotlw ., 226. D'l-Ierckens, Edla L., 87. Dibert Kenneth D., 181. Dick, Elizabeth S., 87, 151, 214, 219. Dick, Laurie J., 182, 191. Dickinson, BNIXB., 231. Dickinson, Hahn ., 59, 103, 169, 191. Dickinson, argaret A., 46, 240. Dickinson, Richard J., 45, 46, 183, 191. Diehl, Stephen B. 229. Dieterich, Deboraim, 215. Dieterich, Karen. 63 183, 191. Dieurich, Mary E., 66, s1, iss, 220. Dietz, Cheryl, 85, 218. Drgre, ames A., 145, 215. Dxgre, anice L., 191. Digre, ohn E., 145, 242. Katherine A., 64, 151. K ' A. 23 . ns , 2 i on, john A., 146, 209, 216. Diltz, Peter C., 128, 145, 191. Dimmesdale Arthur, 211. Dani, Pclerj., 191. Dirksen, Dave H., 231. Dirksen, Susan M., 243. Dix, Barbara D., 64 182, 191. Dixon, Kathryn J., 240. Dixon, Ralph H. 72, 139, 183, 191. node., Elm. N'.. 226. Dodge, Ellen R., 214, 221. Dodge Nancv L., 238. Dol. , Mary Run, 219. Dolln, Dennlg S., 218. Dollard, Ma?one E., 240. Dolnik, Be , 151, 191. Donaldsonfllolly, 86, 153, 226. Donaldson. Tra R., 54, 86, 191. Dizre. Dlfft, D l Donegan, Briancz., 72, 86, 93, 137, 191. Donegan, Catherine M., 233. Doolittle, ,lalm R., 72, 137 145, 216. ummm, uh.. R., ion, 223 231. Dormody, 'Linda R., 155, 246. Dornbos, nhl... 89, 183, 191. Dornbos, ,o n J., 231. Dome, De rah L., 151, 152, 238. Doscher. David G. 219. Dosik, Gary M.. 220. Dougherty, Qathleen A., 243. Doughty, Philip S.. 229. Douglas, Cynthia C., 151, 154, 218. Douglas, jane W., 64, 236, 240. Douglas. :met S., 64. 226. Dove, Jennifer M., 242. Dover, R. Thomas, 182, 191. Dowd. Daniel M., 245. Downey, David G., 230. Downey. James R., 242. Drake, Daniel R., 87. 241. Drake, George T., 159, 236, 241. Drake, Ml a L., 85, 151, 217. Drell, jill L., 230. Dresner, Harmon L., 94, 219. Dressler, Pl1ilipEI., 88, 146, 239. Drew, Bernard . 191. Drey, A. Bruce, 138, 243. Dnck, Helen W., 64, 244. Dmzd, Virginia M., 240. Drucker, A ison R., 236, 243, 244. Drucker. Ann R., 87. Dubey. Stephen A., 138, 230. Dubinslry Robert P., 229. Dubinsk , Susan M., 191. Dubow, liarbara, 221. Duchatcau, Valerie D., 225, 228. Duerr, Gordon I., gr., 191. Duhl, Barbara L., 36, 240. Duhl, Frank, 140, 141, 214, 217. Duncan. Ralph E., 46, 47, 48, 115, 121 137, 141. 213, 214, 217. Duncan. William P.. 49, 191. Dunn, Thomascg., 72, 161, 191. Dupre. Robert ., 146, 231. Durovic, Stevan. 215. Duxler, Margot B., 88, 236, 243. E Earle, Kevin C. 72, 139, 182, 191. Early, Suzanne li., 230. Eamon, Frederick G.. 89, 138, 241. Ebersole, Diane, 233. Ebersole, Robert A., 89, 230. Eby, Brian P., 243. Eby. Bruce F.. 251. Eckerling, Wayne D., 149, 232. Eckert, im R., 214, 221. Eckert. TimothiykS.. 148, 236, 245. Eckhouse, ,gill ., 53, 64, 214, 215. Eclrllouse, ohn G., 139, 236, 242. Eckhouse, Marguente, 191. Eckhouse, Vlfencl ' Kay, 236, 240. Eddy, Barbara YV., 223. Eddv, George A., 229. Edelman, jeffrev A., 87, 245. Edelstein, joel Lee. 242. Edelslein, Marcia F., 214, 220. Edenberg. Kohl. A., Jr..229. Edge. Delfgoralx S., 87 88, 238. Edxdin, Linda Sue, 238. Edmonds, Lynn V.. l9l. Edmunds, Janine, 238. Q Edwards, Alida, 64, 182, 191. Edwards, Eddye Lou, 64, 240. Edwards, Harlene L.. 85, 215. Edwards, lane H., 191. Edwards, Laurence L., 103, 244. Egan, Nancv E.. 244. Egan, Stephen D.. Jr., 218. Ehrbar. Al F., 157, 214. 221. Ehrenberg. Marsha L., 233. Ehrlich, Allan L.. 231. Ehrlich, Roberta E.. 240. Eichengreen, lohy B., 239. Eichengreen, Linda B., 46, 64, 191. Eichengreen. VVi1liam, 191. Eichner. Ann, 226. Elsen. Susan G., 191. Eisenllefllr Jacqueline. 233. Eisenberg, Mark 1.. 46, 242. Eisner, Peter D.. 160. 191. Elden. Douglas L., 138, 228. Eldredge, Delna F.. 62. 63. 86. 191. Eldredge, Thelma F., 63, 86. 191. Eldridge, Jan E., 64. 85, 219. Eldndge, Pamela, 46, 80, 86, 91, 92, 191. Eliezer, Michele M., 215. Elliott, Frank M., 191. Elliott. Wendy L., 49, 191. Elilgi Kenneth R., 89, 103, 157, 160, Ellis, Margaret H., 86. 225, 232. Elmore, Michael P., 232. Emmons, Philip C.. 231. Emrich, James S.. 239. Enchelmayer, Carl R., 158, 228. Enchelmayer, Paul L., 111, 221. Enchelmayer, Victor 69, 243. Enenbach, Bruce F., 242. Enenbach, Gall A. 230. Engel, ,luaillr L., 191. Engel. Robert K., Jr., 236. Engelbrecht, Susan. 87, 88, 255, 228. Engels Mary K., 191. Engiish.Averil1A., ss, 216. Ennis, Leillle R. 242. 1:rrrrrr,wr111.rrrJ. 145. 182, 191. Eosor, Tom R., 86, 216. Emfblll, Barbara A., 221. Epstein, Dan J.. 52, 138, 226. Epsteln, Diane G., 232. Epstein Kay. 49, 191. Epstein, Marcia K., 238. Erickson, Bonnie Jo, 244. Erickson, Donald J., 191. Erickson, ,lohn L., 160, 215. Erickson, Paul D.. 85, 221. Erickson, Stanton R., 89, 137, 217. Erickson. Thomas R.. 241. Erikson. Marion F.. 191. Erkan, Gosknn, 139, 217. Erken, Marion, 240. Erwin. Courtney A., 191. Esko, Steven Michael, 243. Estle, Carolyn R.. 85. Estle, Susan A., 64. 192. Estrin. Mark G., 233. Eustis, lames R., 45, 72, 137. 192. Eustis, Kathy L., 64. 236. 240. Evans, Frank F., 181, 192. Evans. .loan E., 226. Evans, Michele M.. 64. 226. Eviiiilg, Scott, 83, 108, 109, 169, 183, Everett, Ellen L., 245. Everitt, Lois L., 192. Everitt, Margaret M., 87. 153, 225. Evers, Carol S.. 153. 192. Evers, Charles S., 244. Evers, Robert A., 54, 103, 169, 182, 192. Ewgg, Douglas A., 46, 74, 182, 183, Ewald, Steven lc., 147, 236, 245. F Faben, Aline S., 109, 110, 111, 182, 183, 192. Faben, lra, 245. Fabry, Linda Sue, 226. Factor, Thomas A., 128, 145, 214, 218. Fagan, Robert D., 192. Fagel, Barbara E.. 192. Fagel, Bruce G., 101, 214, 217. Fagel, llrssa R., 221. Fagenholz. Robert B.. 69. 147, 219. Falrman, Cordon. 138, 143, 245. Falconer, Edith, 218. Fantl, Doris L., 192. Fargo, Peter A. 183. 192. Farrell. Richard .l., 2-15. Farrell, Thomas H., 83, 183, 192. Farrell William R., 89, 141, 230. Farwell, David F.. 75. 219. Faulkner. Judith B., 63. 228. Fausch, Marion C.. 226. Featherson, Robert E., 192. Feeley, games 1V., 192. Feeley. uzanne C.. 229. Fchr. Richard C., 217. Feinberg, Lois A., 237. Fcldinger, Fmnlt A.. 109, 219. Feldman, David Y., 139, 227. Feldman. Larry A.. 146. 217. Fell, Barbara N., 87. 225. 227. Fell, Franklin D., 141. 218. Fenn, Katherine A., 225, 232. Feilsgn james M.. 69, 115, 137, 147, Fenton, Karen H.. 192. Fenton, Priscilla B., 228. Ferdinand, Diane R., 215. Ferdinand. Sue B., 240. Ferdman. Mark A.. 192. Ferenoe, Georgia A., 236, 240. Ference, Stefanie, 215. Ferguson, Brian D., 79, 121, 140, 141, 192. Fergusson. Sue Ellen. 153, 225, 226. Feron, Michele L.. 106, 215. Ferris, Theodore W., 121, 140, 143. 232. Ferwerda, Susan VV., 64, 227. Fetzer Lillda A. 218 Fe.rer,' Mergerelh., 151, 209. 214. 215. Fieberg, Charles L.. 241. Fiedler Carol S., 227. Field, Carol F.. 182, 192. Field Edward R., 231. Field, James E. 241. Fields, Bradley 'F., 242. Fields, Michael L., 227. Fields, Stephen, 72, 139, 217. Figge, Marilyn D., 64, 85, 216. Finch. Mark R., 218. Fine. Lawrence J., 192. Fineberg, Jonathan D., 192. Finelli,J:uditl1 A., 236. Finkel, wen L., 236 240. Firrlrel, iirdill. E. 153, 216. Fiorito, lichael F., 145, 244. Fischer, Iarnes K., 148, 241. Fischer, Kurt F., 192. Fischl Ellen L., 218. Firlr, 'rlremrr R., as, 158, 231. Fisher, Carol J. 225, 227. rielrer, Daniel d.. 236, 259. Fisher, Harrlson R. 192. anet S., 226. Fisher, Fisher, ohn D., 143, 148. argaret. 233. Fisher, Fisher, Michael L., 228. Fisher, Nancy J., 228. Fisher. Pennv M., 192. Fisher, Sue Ellen, 236, 243. Fishman, Cyd W., 240. Fishman, Jay S., 219. Fitchmun, Alexa S., 64, 85, 88, 192. Fitzgerald, Deborah J., 225, 228. Fitzgerald, Patrick I., 233. Fitzpatrick, Barry G., 46, 140, 141, 218. Flanifan, Kathy Ann, 232. Flars teim, Nancy M., 228. Fleisher, Martin M., 86, 214, 221. Flett. Bruce M., 86, 232. Flint, Carsten L., 231. Florsheim. Kathie R., 46, 224, 225, 226. Flowers. Barbara. 85, 218. Flyrln, Richard Paul, 148, 228. Fogarty. Mary, 192. Fogelman, ilay, 236, 245. Fogelman, lark, 147, 214, 221. Fo ey, Ellen 182. 192. Foltz, Virginia H., 64, 243. Ford, Betty M., ss, 153, 225, 252. Ford, ,iean G.,i88, 89. 220. Ford, oan Gall, 54, 86, 151, 182, 192. Ford, MeriLe.r, 151, 225, 225. Foreman, obert B., 137, 221. Foringer, Nanc , 75, 192. Forkosh,gane Ann, 192. Forrest, ail Maria. 240. Forsberg. Edward W., 217. Forst, Gail, 227. Allen G., 85, 217. osse, Beth, 86, 151, 153, 228. Fosse, Gregg P., 137, 192. Foster, David D. 44, 72, 169, 192. Foster, Denrlis WV., 148, 242. Foster. Diane L., 87, 215. Foster, Michael S., 138, 242. Foster, Susan P., 64, 220. Foster, Susan W., 240. Foukal, lohn M., 229. Foulks, Pamela J.. 215. Fosse, F Fowle, Frank F., Jr., 69, 123, 142, 214, 216. Fowler, William R., 192. Fox. Barry L., 56, 192. Fox, Dan M., 229. Fox, John M., 231. Fox, Robert ki, 72. 137, 192. Fox. Sharon ., 86, 192. Fratlin. Dennis B.. 192. Fraenkel Charles M.. 236, 244. Fraenkel, Richard M., 88, 192. Fragassi. Frances A., 216. Fragassl, Hlmes J., 192. Fra assi. oselee M., 227. FraEer, Dorothy, 236, 242. Fraker, Kent H.. 86, 149, 192. Franche, Virginia G., 64, 86, 228. Franco, Joe nn, 232. Franden. Elise V., 193. Anne. 54. ran . Arthur J., 217. Franlr. Barbara Ann, 151. 232. Frank, Charles E., 69, 225, 233. Frank, ,ludy A.. 227. Frank, Laurie A., 232. Frank, Louise M., 220. Frank, Nancy L., 239. Frank, Susan E., 212, 220. Frankel, Elizabeth S., 229. Franklin Richard M., 88, 140, 245. Franz, Charles G., Jr., 236. 242. Frank F k Franz. Fred A.. 193. Frgzfi, Richard S.. 46, 147, 159, 236, Frazier Gail C., 87, 217. Fredrickson, Betty L., 227. Fredrickson, Claire E., 193. Fredrickson. Robert E., 236, 243. Freedman. Kenneth S.. 147, 218. Freeman, Allen lV., 193. Freeman. lacqueline R.. 216. Freeman, ames D.. 72, 182, 183, 193. Freeman, ane E., 219. Freeman, 1Cll31'dkV., 137. 215. Freeman, Virginia A.. 232. Freilich, Dale A., 75, 85, 151, 219. Freilich. Vvilliam S., 64, 138. 236, 237. French, Michael S., 147, 239. Frenzel, Joseph M., 138, 158, 229. Fretheim, Kristen, 182, 193. Fried, Margo S.. 237. Fried. Richard P.. 214, 221. Frledberg, Law1enceJ., 89, 139. 220. Friedberg, Michael R., 101, 229. Friedherg, William P.. 87, 243. Fnedlen, Susan J., 193. Friedman, Alan D.. 217. Friedman, Andrea J., 151, 236, 238. Friedman, Candace L., 228. Friedman, Gail D., 209, 214, 215. Friedman, Gregorv A.. 139, 146, 226. Fnedman, ,iames R., 243. Friedrrrrrr, el... L., 182. 183, 193. Friedman, Margery L., 220. Friedman. Paula. 193. Frledman, Sheldon B., 193. Friedman, Susan M., 152, 226. Friedman. William A., 141, 225, 236. Friend. Fred. 193. Friesleben. Barbara L., 220. Frieslehen, Marcia K.. 227. Fnssell. Donald M.. 140. 147, 210. Froeb.iPeter Hi., 159, 241. Froehllg, William R., 245. Frohman. Barbara S.. 74, 220. Frost, Lillian E., 88, 89. 151, 214, 220. Frost. Maylzene L., 87, 236, 245. Frumkin, Kerry N., 89, 102, 103, 233. Fuerrnann, Ronald K., 241. Fueshmann, Joanne M.. 151, 239. Fueshmann, Michelle M.. 193. Fugard, John R., 157, 193. Fuilazzotto, Donna J., 85, 87, 219. Fulk, lanet L.. 238. Fulk, Themes L., 105, 233. Fuller, Jeanne E.. 245. F11ller, lichael. 219. Fuller, Patricia A., 226. Fllgiegton, David S., 85, 121, 140, 141, Fllllerton. Judith, 226. Fulton, Peggy G.. 46. 50, 220. Furch, Gregory H., 242. Fnrch, Jellrey VV.. 242. Futterman, Daniel N., 243. Fyle, Betsy, 214, 240. G Gaarde. Janice R., 61, 218. Gabbard. Gail L., 215. Gaber, Daniel G., 89, 188, 227. Gaber, Pamela Jo, 64, 245. Cainer, Joel D., 242. Gale, Jamie B., 214, 221. Caller . VVilliam O.. 225, 228. Gal1i,lliobert J., 217. Camper Maryljane, 216. crnee, iflraliir ., 241. Gannawa ', eter H., 138, 225, 228. Garcia, Gluadalupe L., 193. Garcla. Jlllli A.. 64. 183, 193. Gardner, Catherine E., 87, 226. G d h W. 216. ar ner, Jia n . Gardiner. ancy K.. 49, 214, 220. Garels, Arthur ,l-, 241. Garlasco, Madalyn, 227. Garnett, Catherine C., 242. Garretson, Daniel R., 226, 241. Garretson, Robert D., 216. Garrison, Gail F.. 220. Garrison, Jana H., 236, 242. Garrison. eter B., 143. 227. Garrison. Tracy L., 226. Garsitle, 1Vi11iam D., 242. Gastwirth, Loren M., 69, 158, 193. Gautier. Palmyre A., 244. Gaynes. Susan. J-. 233. Gearhart, April. 182, 193. Gearlrart, Robert R., 245. Gebner. Ted J.. 69. 217. Gecllt, Laurie P., 73. 221. Gecht, Susan E., 236. 239. Gellinger. Nancy J., 153, 228. Gehr. Garnl Zi., 240. Gehr. Paula .. 154, 214, 219. Geittman, Gunther, 215. Gelbspan. Jill J.. 227. Gelland, Diane M., 193. Gelman. Andrea J.. 216. Gelvan Dale, 78, 80, 86, 193. Genentler. Kenneth J.. 226. George, Linda Sue, 243. Gerber, lane P., 226. Gerber, Malcolm B., 193. Gerber, Susan J., 218. Gerden, Pamela, 183. 193. Gerea, Louis C., 139, 221. Gerling. Judith, 232. Gerschelske. Bonnie, 193. Gersten. Steven G., 245. Gessel, Robert C., 147, 159, 217. Giallonlbardo, E. Susarl, 86, 193. Giaiilgxmbardo, Mary L., 85, 155, 214, Gibson, Dewitt C., 148, 241. Gibson, Pamela B., 183. Giden, Juleen A., 193. Gilbert. luditll A., 236, 245. Gilbert, Robert w., 235, 251. Gilbert, Thomas L., Jr., 216. Cilbo ', Andrew C.. 181, 193. Gi11,1Jon C..IJr., 231. Gillis, Gary h ., 160, 193. Gillis. Howard, 183, 193. Gillis, Juliet, 229. Gilmore, John A., 193. Gilmore, usan A., 227. Ginsburg, Deborah A., 232. Glabman, Richard g., 182, 133. Glaser, Anne R., 2 5, 228. Glass, Peter E., 187 226. Glassenberg, Linda B., 215. Glasser, Christie L.. 236, 224. Glasser, lgimberly V., 86, 216. Ge Gleeson homas B 143 232. Glossbe Mary A 85 220 Glover, lorla . 193. Glover, Robert ., 87, 89, 241. Gobble, ollrey H., 148, 230. Gobeil, Christine H., 193. Godemann, Betty Jane, 240. Godemann Nancy L., 217. Grdslrrll 'lirrrerl L., 159, 183, 195. ceellrel, tzregpry lt., 143, 228. Goettler, Patncla, 217. Goettsche, Charles J., 147, 236, 239. celr, David c., 137, 195. Gohde, Kathleen Ann, 225, 231. Golan Marianne, 236, 244. Gold,lDav1d H., 245. goig, lgilfk AI., L-gg, 241. o teven ., . Goldberg, Alrrr M., 109, 195. Goldberg, Bruce L., 138, 245. Goldberg, Daryl E., 88, 244. ggifllllierg, Ellen A., 243. erg, erry ., . Goldberg, Karen J., 182, 193. Goldberg, Kay E., 54, 225, 223. Goldberg, Lana Rae, 193. Goldberg, Larry S., 86, 146, 221. Goldberg, liclynn, 193. Goldberg, ark H., 225. 231. Goldberg, Robert C., 145, 241. Robert J., 229. Goldberg!! Golden, oward 1., 61, 220. Golden Linda R., 217. Goldenlmerg, Arline 1. 109, 220. Goldenberg. Edward E., 140, 193. Goldfield Susan 228. Goldir1g,'l-lollv rl., 240. Goldman, Barbara M., 49, 238. Goldman, Fredcnck J., 229. Goldman, Howard B., 141, 193. Goldman, Louis B. 141 239. ggiiirrrerr, Michael 1:., 236, 241. man, Ronald P., 158, 245. Goldman, Susan L., 225, 227. Goldmann Terry A. 244. Goldsher Marr A., 241. Goldsmith, nrreld G., 138, 227. Goldsmith, hrhn A. 140, 141, 229. Goldsmith, errill iz., 214, 215. Goldsteln, Hal R. 141, 244. Goldstein, Michael as, 236, 237. Goldstein, Robert lv ., 230. Gollub, Anne R., 215. Gooden, Bruce J., 229. Goodlrlend, Norman, 193. Goodman, Albert 1., 46, 231. Goodman, Bruce G., 236, 240. Goodman, Bruce S., 87, 106, 145, 193 Goodman, Donna R., 52, 194. Goodman, Gar David, 146, 158, 220. Goodman, Harlan D., 231. Goodman, Robert S., 194. Goodman, Sharyn J., 64, 182, 194. Goodmanson, Vance S., 46, 69, 89, 143 159, 241. Goodyear. Susan, 243. Gordley, Ialmes. 101, 182, 209, 221. Gordon, Bruce L., 239. , Bruce R., 56, 69, 120, 145, Gordon 219, 236. Gordorl, Candice E., 237. Gordon ale Roberta 46 64 238 , D , . , . Gordon Daryl B., 151, 153, 236, 246. Gordon: Gary A.. 230. Gordon, Harvey C., 137, 217. Gordon, ellry S., 242. Gordon, ol1n C., 227. Gordorl oyce A., 214, 220. Gordon laralee 240. Gordon Gordon Gordon, Steven M., 194. Gordon, 1Villiam, 194. Gordon 1Villiam M., 214. 217. n ' -s 1 s 1 .1 I Nancy M., 221. , Sharon L., 194. Gore, Na 1.yJ 46 182 183 194. Gorr, Barbara L 244 Gorr, Lois J 85 215 Gorr, Marily. 214, 216. Gortner. o11 T.. 215. Goski. Constance A.. 237. Gott, Donald H., 216. 249 Conschalk, Nonjng J., 217. Gomchalk PIQHCIIJ 226. Gow, Cathieen Maru: 2l9, Gow, Douglas E., 2l!7. Gowdy, Franklin B., 72. 142, I49, 182, 194. Goynshor, Frederick J., 194. Goynshor, Richard D., 259. Gnble, Judy, 240. Grace, Robert L., 215. Grace, Suiannc 46 225. Grach Nanpie A., 544. Graf, honnle R., 232. Graf Paul J. 86 130, l46, l59, 233. Graff, Karen ii., 544. Graham, Linda C., 75, l53, 2l4, 2l5. Graham, Stephen, 146, 148, 229. Graham, Stephen L., 46, 183, I9-1. Graham, Susan, 46. 232. Graham William A., 69, 85, 88, 215. Grais, Nancy J., 244. Gran, John J., 194. Gnna! Arnold H. 147 148 242. Granzz: Kenneth H'., 721 l47: 182, 183, I94. Granstrom, Carol M., l85, 220. Granslmm, Nan? L., 220. Granstmm Wen y J., 230. Granum, Gail L. 217. cmmm, sham, L., 236, 233. Crauman Jean F. 194. Graves, Goddard, 32, 53, 194. Graves. Judith A. 240. Gray, Marianne M., 233. Gray, Thomas C., 75, 86, 146, 233. Greaves, Carol L., 194. Greaves, Marcia A., 182, 236, 238. Green, Adrianne g., 220. Gran, Anne P. 25, 226. crm., uw W., 145, 225, 231. Green, effry C., 236, 245. Green, crlc S. lll, 218. cfm, Patricia M., 183, 194. Green, Susan L. 230. cmn, Thomas M., 46, 69 231. Gneenawall, Susan J., 87, 526. Greenberg, Barham L. 194. Greenberg, Brent M., 517. Greenbelig, jly N. 145, 231. Greene, Iizabcth H., 87, 216. Gmane, Marsha J., 89. 214, 218. Greene, Michael S., I47. 221. Greene, Robert D., 86, 158, 232. Greenfield, Sharon H., 236, 240. Grcengard, juan, 231. Grcenspahn, Susan L., 64, 240. Cxtgg, John F., 2l6. Crcgory, Kathryn L., 86, 225. 230. Gregorv Kemetha P., 194. Gm-, Thomas B., 72, 137, 142, 147. 219. Cridlcy Diane, 244. Grier, Bruce A., 138, 141, 241. Gricr, Helcrja C., 228. Gncr, Laurin, 64 238. CISSP, wmnm M., 194. Gnllin, Kathleen fi, 227. Griffin, Maryann ., 182, 194. Clinilll, Joanne, l82, 174. Grimshaw, Jlgmcs Q. 239. Grisamorc, homas L. 142, 147, 194. Grinon, snighm A., 232. Crodland, dith L. 221. cmdlmd, Kathryn R., 87, 240. Gmss Susan C., 64 225, 232. Grossiaerg, Stephen j.. 81, 239. Grossman, David, 2-48. Grossman, Pal A. 2l9. cmsman, Swv: C., 78, 79, sl, 22s. Gmtti, Carole J., 233. Grubc, john P., 239. Gruber, Kathleen M., 87, 219. Grundics Thomas B., 232. Grusin, judnh M., 243. Guelich, Robert V., 69, 72, 121. 139, 213314, 218. Guest. Charles R.. 89, IS2, IS3, l94. Guetllcr, Sandra M., 85. 194. Gufgcnhcim, Davxd 242. Gu brandson, Douglas, 86. 230. Culbrandson, Slgpnen, IB2, 194. Cumbiner, Gail ., 236. 244. Gumbiner, Kenneth J., 22l. Gumcfxtrlz, Janis L., 2l6. Gun lach Christopher, 245. Guulach 'Karen B.. 194. Gundlacix, Robert L., 138, 145, 236, 242. Gunning, Patricia A., 228. Gunther Paul B.. 88, 89. 225, 231. Curley bqvid M., 148, 237. Guns, l3alncja H., 194. Guan, Synthla R., 146, 232. Gulhaus, Kim C., 236, 238. Guthaus, Patricia A., 64, 194. Culache, Allan D., 239. Cutsche, Glenn E., 217. Cullman, Frannye, C., 238. Cufofsky, jgy A., 194. Gwgnn, ludnh A., 2l6. Gwinn, Nancy D., 240. H Hadley, Supan M., 152, 218. Hafkin, Ehsabeth E., l0l. 182, l94. Hagen, Linda M., 225, Hagenah, Philip W., 22 22s. 9. 250 Haglund Edward G., 230. Hague, damillc, 244. Hague, Peter J., 72, 139, 221. Haight, Stephen H., 158, 219. Haimes, Harlan W., 86, 219. Haines, Catherine C., 240. Halaska, Mirek F., 87. 238. Hall, Harry E., 219. Hall, Hilary I., 219. Hall, llslfrey K., 194. Hall, enneth. 227. Hall, Major, 72. l40, 141. Hall, Meredith L., 240. Hall, Rowland. 194. Hall, Scott, 226. Hallixsliden W.,l-140, 141, l58, 218. Hall rg, Clyde Hallberg, Ellzabqth A., 75, 183, 194. Hallbcrg, Kathenne P., 240. Halligan, Robert F,, 147, 239. Hallock, Laura,.225, 151. Hallock, Virginia K., 236, 240. Hallunx, Roger, 230. Halpcr, joel D., 89, 237. Halbenn, Bruce H., 194. Hamilton, Grant. l94. Hamilton, Mary S., 85, 86. 215. Hamity, Gail I., 240. Hammand, lack R., 217. Hammand, flcrry L., 217. Hammand, Lisa M., 87. 227. Hampton. James A., 239. Ham ton, Susan C., 229. Hannncr, David B., 143, 147., 238. Handler, Robert P., 217. Handler, Steven. 138. 238. Hanley, ludith Q., 85, 214. 220. Hanna, awelme R., 54, 194. Hanna. OY ., 219. Hansel, Aymhla S., 250. Hansen Fredto, Jr. 85, 2l6. Hanson, Craig IB.. 2337. Hanson. Milam 217- Hap , Jerry ., . Hanixing, leafy w., 194. Harding. susan F.. 240. Hardy, Diana C., 228. Hardy, lamps K., 242. ustm D., 220, 229. Hard '. Hanxrghark 11.214, 217. Harper, Donald C., 143, 233. Harper. CCOFZC A-, 194- Harper. Harvey M., 194. Harper, Robert H., 140, l4l, l8l. I9-4. Harpzr, Stephen C., 227. Harrah, Elizabeth J., 85, 194. Harrall. William C., 89. l-46. 218. Harrington, Mark A.. 138. 241. Harris, Bradley J., 145, 217. Harris. ,loan H., 194. Harris, Karen J.. 227. Harris, Kathleen A.. 151. 152, 2l8. Harris, Laura B., 236. 244. H ' Leroy F., 72. 119. 139, 182, 195. arns, Harris, Margaret L., 63. 226. Harrison, Anita P., 226. Harrison, John S., 149. 245. Harrison, Lucy C., 217. Harrison. Sarah D.. 220. Harrison, Thomas C., jr., 188, l48,242. Harmun, Alice L., 243. Harsha, Janet A., 218. Harshharger, Jean M., 243. Han, Jill L., 195. Han, Mary Ann. 244. Hart, Sally J., 87. 22l. Hart. Y'Vilev ,I-, 228. Hartficld, Dellon. 80, 85, 157, 195. Hartman, Ann, 228. Hartman, Robert D., 238. Hartman, Rmb.. 240. Hartmann, Phxllp W.. 239. Hartmann, Rebecca, l5l. 2l8. Hartwick. Mary D.. 227. Harm, Wilson H.. 88. 89, 225, 233. Harvey, Norman C., 110. Harwood. Tim M., 147. 215. Hasenbcnz, Deborah, 2324 Haskell, Anne. 245. Haskell, Harfy M., 145, 158, 237. Haskell, Louise W., 216. Haspray, Robert F., 72, 137, 195. Hassc. Arthur P., 195. Hassel, Cherry R.. 195. Hansel, William O.. I-46. 229. Hastie, lohn H.. 69. WS. Hastie, Susan Ann, 227. Hastings, Kathleen E.. 214, 221. Hathaway, Anne. 236. 242. Haugsness, Ken E.. 220. Haverkam f. David O.. 231. Hawkins, ghilip R.. l95. Hawkinson, Gayle A., 68, 195. Hawkinson, ,lune L.. 237. Hayes, Sent! R., 221. Hayman, Susan Carol, 236, 239. H B ' J 241. ays nan .1 Hzysinr. Bonme Al., 220. Huell, Marilyn M., 243. Healy, Catherine E., 49, 226. Heam, Stephen G. 227. Heath, Margcne L., 240. Heaton, Donald J., 72. 139. 158, 195. Heaton, Nancy Kay. 158, 243. Hebaon, Pamela Lynn. 232. Hebson, Sallie B., 228. Hecht, Priscilla M., 182, 195. Heckinger, Anne W., 87, 225, 230. Hedges, Douglgs, 220. Hcdlger Dennis L., HO, 141, 238. Hedluml, David c., mas, 231, Hedslmm. Geo . 218. Heffncr Richases.. H6, 229. Hefler, 'Nancy Rose, 151, 244. Hefter, Patricia l:'.,, 85, l95. He gie, Jane H. 63, 195. Hcgman, Gary david, 218. Heilcmann, Richard F., 160, 218. Heims, Neil C., 22l. Heineken, Avcnc l., 244. Heinmillerx Donald K., 221. Hcinlz, Allxson L.. 228. Helding, Leonard V., Jr., 244. Hellmund, Diane M., 151, 2I7. Henderson, Clair Ann, 64, 228, 232. Henderson, Roy John. 239. Henderson, Richard VV., 183, l95. Henderson Schuyler K., 68, 72, 137, 183, 195. Hcndrey, Thomas D., 72, 75, 146, 217. Hendrixson, David R., 87, 233. Hencage, xgbhi! Flack, 237. Henebry. atncia Ann, 220. Henkel, David R., l40, 214, 217. Henkel. Leslie, 238. Henn, Patricia A.. 93, 151. 195. Henrich, Patricia L., 64, 182, 195. Hcnricks, Linda N., 240. Henry, BruccALeland. 245. Henry. Patricia A., 216. Henschel, Steve A.. 52, 89, 227. Herbenar, Laurel Ann 85. 183, 195. Herbst, Jeannette E., l9. 218. Hcrhold, Patricia A., 151, 153 195. Hemxan, Jamie Lvnn, 222, 236, 237. Hermann, David L.. 138. 232. Hernandez, Elena M.. 195. Hernandez, Yolanda D., 233. Herr. Roger Farwell, 69. 138, 241. Herrick, Nancy Allan. 236, 245. Herron, james R., 217. Hersh, Steven Hzrlan, 233. Hcnhcy, Robin Lynn. 242. Henhman, lane S. 153. 243. Henhmun, :lclfrcy J., 252. Herst. Nan. 195, 240. Henzbcrg, Susan P., 86, 229. Hervey, Robert D.. 219. Herzog, Susan Tania. 231. Hess. Lee Howard, 101, 158, 232. Hettler, lane! E., 230. Hettler, Pamela. 2l5. Heuvelman. Richard L., 138, 232. Hewitt. Patricia L., 64, 226. Heyman. Lawrence S.. 243. Hicks, Edward john. 182, 195. Hxcks. James R., l95. Higgins, lolm A.. 46, 225. 232. Higgins. Nancy D., 85, 220. Hildebrandt, Martha F., 182, 185, 195. Hill, Ann T., 230 Hill, Daphne, 226. Hill, Jesse F.. 239. Hill. Margaret D., I51. 214, 221. Hillner. Martha ,l., 68, 195. Hillner. Stewart E.. 87. 89, 238. Hinderberg joan E., 225. Hines, Stephen D., 242. Hinkle, Herbert L.. l85. Hinman. Richard C., 69. 85, 146, 231. Hirsch, Donna Henle, X95. Hirsch. Renee Ellen. 240. Hirt, Ruth J., 106. 151, 182, 195. Hirt, Warren G., 237. Hixon, Holly Ann. 228. Hlavacek. Vicki, 85, 154, 219. Hoaglund, Iohn B.. l46. 226. Hoaglund. :Iudilh A., 237. Hoban, Marlin Fave. 238. Hobbs, john Marshall. 143, 231. Hodqc. Brian W., 215. Hoel. Andrew L., 72, 121, 137, 195. Hocll. Frank Henry, 148, ZSI. Hocllcrich. John F.. 221. Hoffberg. Norman C., 231. Hoffman, Eugene C., 231. Hoffman. ferry A., l95. Hoffman, Leonard D.. 221. Hoffman, Michael D.. 88, 233. Hoffman, Philip T., 146. 225. 235. Hoffman, Richard Ian, 145, 239. Hoffman. Robert N., 233. Hoffman, Ronald C.. 195. Hoffman, William WV., 220. Hoffman, Linda Sue, 64. 240. Hoffman, Nancy L., 182, 185, l95. Hoffmever, Marilce. 64, 226. Hohf, Steven M.. 69. 225, 231. Holcomb. Bnxee D.. 101, 227. Holdredgc. Richard, 45, 86. 95. 94. 195. Hcilggnd, jonathan, 72, 75. 146, l82, Hnllafnder, Helene J., ss. 215. Hollander, Iames B., 218. Hollander, Tloan F.. 236, 257. Hollander, Rnnni jean, 46, 212, 225, 228. Holliday, Jean Lee. 87, 226. Holloman, Marv Hale, 243. Holmes, John William, 121, 125, 143, 242. Holmgren, Robert J. 52, 53, 195. Holzman, Barry R., i95. Holstead, Bjorn 86, 139, 148, 158, 230 Holstead, jon 520. Holtsberg, Elfcn Rae, 89, 237. Honaker, Wm. H. Ill, L58, 225, 232. Hooker, iennifer 195. Hooker, ohn C., 150 146. Hopkins, Harold V. iw. Hopkins, John R., r., 58, 239. Hom, Douglas E., ' 21. Hom Susan Kay l5l, 244. Homizmok, cami L., 195, 219. Hombrool Robert A., 182. Horne, Barbara F., 226. Horne, Chnstoghcr A., 242. gomgr, Bali? 231. onvnu, e , . Horwiu, Laney, 152, 195. Horwitz, Steven M., 216. Hosking, Paula L., 89, 214, 216. Hou, Lonn S., 102, 103, 251. Houfh, Wilhsm R., 158 238. Ho.. nm., Myra: c. 236. Haven, Linda L., 215. Howard, Donna, 248. Howard, Geoffrey S., 229. Howard, inch Leroy 138, 229. Howard, nn F., ST7, 236, 240. Howard, Mtribelh, 45, 93, 195. Howarth Mary K.,250. gow, gimnggm., 151, 225, 236. ow: yne . Howell, fquliie Ann, 228. Howell, ancy, 85, 195. gowen, lliatriciasefs, 221. we , sv, -, Howell Rimierl David, 142, 242. guyz, ggmmae 550221. oyt, uma ., . Hoyt, Penny S., 215. Hoyt, Ph llis L., 218. Hou, W., 138, 251. Hubbe l,6cffrey K., 106, 217. Hudson, onnalijean, 243. Huebner, can ., l5l. 228. Hufgzgclab ay V., 46, 72, Ill, 149, 161 Huffnfan, mu M., 239. Huffman oan Loretta, 238. Hughes, barbara Lynn, IS2, 196. Hughes, ,H ueline A., 225, 235. Hughey, Eguael John, 69, 89, 242. Hu uenor, Thomas M., 221. Huimnn, Nathalie Ann, 49, 196. Hume, Lmqa A., 238. Hummel, Rlchard K., 140, 217. Hummel, Stephen A.,'l58, 143, 148, 24l. Humphrey, Blair, 151, 225,432 Humphrc , Min, 245. Hunter, lgou las R., 69, 72, lil, 140. m' 591. 333 160 131 182 Hlilzgragg n -, . , , , Hunrc1',Stephen C., 140, 141. 219. gunsingtonwlixgiy L., 151. l96. ur , nn, . Hurd, Barbara Wescott, 196. Hurford Diane 217. Hurley hurton dward las, 241. Hustcaa, cindy c.,75, ins. Hustzad, Walter Buglh, 147, 259. Hutchmon, Daniel ., 147, 239. Hutchings, Llpdp Ann, 64, 243. Hutchmgs, Wllllam C., 75, 89, 146, 231. Huwen, Marcia A. 64, 68, 80, 215. Hyman, Allen J. in, las. Hyman, Eleanor!M., 244. Hymen, Ira I., 148, 244. Hynes, Caml YV., 196. Hynes, Kathenne Ann, 196. I Iglitzcn, Sydney H., 232. Immenhausen, Karl H., 236, 242. I P. 82 ZIS nee,J:mes . lnlan r, Chartles B., 158, 227. Ingleharggane K., 86, 151 226. Insemnlnll an A., 46, ss, in, 216. In , Susan A., 64, sv 243. Irwin, Linda Lee, 87, 236. Irwin, Nancy Lee, 243. Isaiah Richard Morton, l45, 148, 158, 15326: Barbara R. 64, 228. Isaacson, Randall M., ss, 141. ls rig Brent E 93, 183, 196. I ablo, Steven A., 157, l96. ahlonski Gregory T., 228. aeguelme A., 75 220. uw G., 75, 196. nel Keith, 146, 221. Isfnmz Randy, 542. achym, achym, lckmm, ackmm, m K., 147, 239. mckman, Charles R., 233. ackaon, Harris Hall 2I7. ack.-on Robert J., 138, 196. mb, flinhelh A., ss, 21s. noob, Patricia E., 64 181, 196. mobs, Lawrence j.,.Q29. aoohs, Mattie Naomi, 63 85, 182 l96 mmm, uwi. Lawn, 158, 141, 545. lcobsen, Robert G., 138, 236, 243. acobson, inet Sul, 64, 245. aoohson, ynctte R.. 228. acobson, Plul L. 85, 22l. aoabson, Ruben S., 44, 146, 196. jaekel, Frank A., 230. jaekel H. Frances, 196. , aeschhe, Carol jo, 232. , affe, Ina Gail, 236, 240. Jaffe, hmathan H. 87, 236. 242. Jaffe, ary sue, 214 218. jnkstas, anet jean, 196. jakstas, ulianne J. 153, 236, 244. jaman, oben D., 196. James, Frederick L., 80, 86, 196. Jamieson, Edward S., 143, 229. Qanin, Peter H. 157 216 'anus Linwlnv 2136 241 Jefferies Mann,-n lc., 46, 1s2, 196. ,rem ,km Eaton, 148, 239. Jelinxeh, Lester iay, 138, 226. ,lenkinson Step en G. 143, 148, 238. jennings, iHarry G., 11, 158, 232. jennings, M. Ann, 151, 225, 227. Jennings, Susan E. 214 215. ,v.....i..g. William S., 221. jensen, Murray, 227. Jensen, Lynn Viv1an, 230. -Vensen, Paul Lawrence, 159, 233. Jensen, Shelia H. 46, 64 243. llensen, sheridu. kay, 1112, 196. , ensen, Thomas D., 239. Jeracki Robert J., 86, 225, 227. Jetter, udith L., 151, 232. 1oHe oberta L., 216. 'r01..l.w.., Fred..-ack c., 239. i1ohns, Martha Dale, 232. Ilohnsen, Mary F. 220. ,101mm,wa ne C., 69, 182, 196. lohnson, Catherine L., 228. :1ohnso Vohnso zfohnson, Crai W., 22, 109, lohnson, Cynsiia Ann, 196. n, Constance L. 196. n, Corinne E. 232. 140, 196. Ifohnson, Cynthia S., 151, 182, 242. johnson, Daniel C., 82, 140 219. johnson, Daniel, c., 141, 221. 1 11 D bo 11 K 240. I 0 nson Vohnson, . C ra ay. Donald G., 216. "ohnson, Edward Ro , 196. ilohnson, Frederick Kli, 221 . '1ohnson, ames A., 228. Iohnsun, oyce G., 216. fohnsun, aren Lynne, 243. johnson, Katherine J., 230. johnson, Kendra L.. 86, 232. johnson, Malcolm R., 89, 242. johnson, Margaret Ann, 191. johnson, Margaret. M., 109, 196. johnson, Mar11'n June, 240. johnson, Mary lLou, 196. Johnson, Melmda Sue, 64, 233. johnson, hllC1l3El R., 229. johilign, Quentin C., 69, 123. 142. 147, lfohnson, Randi, 151, 220. johnson, Roy A.. 142, 216. johnson, Steven H., 146, 241. johnson, Susan joan, 238. Johnson, Suzanne, 189, 196. johnson, Thoman V., 84, 88, 89, 137, 182, 196. johnson, Thomas W., 72, 137, 195. johnson, William F., 86, 138, 225, 229. johnson, Willlam R., 225, 226. johnson, Yvonne K., 216. Johnston, Angusg., 219. Johnston, Bmce ., 147, 238. Johnston, Carol Lynne, 196. Jolmston, D. Stuart, 182, 196. Johnston, David W., 219. lohnston, L 'nn, 226 Mohnston 1'1.y11.. C .64 226 lohnstone, Heather 57, 1116. ,1....e., Anne L. ss, si, 215. fones, Arthur S., 229. fones, Barbara L., 221. jones, Carole Ann, 153, 230. Jones, David C., 196. jones, Donald, 127, 146, 221. jones, Elizabeth Ann, 196. Jana, Gail P., 196. jones, George D., 75, 119, 139, 139, 188, 196. jones, Gwen, 183, 196. Jones, eanine, 196. Jones, 111 Jemson, 244. Jones, udith, 196. ones, athleen S., 86, 196. jones, Kevin D., 109, 196. jones, Maril n, 218. jones, Mar wil., 226. jones, Micgael Frank, 237. jones, Patricia Ann, 228. Jones, Robert 239. Jones, 111111.11 s., 12, 14s,1s2, 197. jones, Terry Brian, 158, 241. jones, V1ctoria M., 151, 238. jonke, Williani L., 239. jonsson, Hennmg, 238. , Vordan ordan , Helen H., 218. , Nancy, 197. Zforgeusen, Deirdre S., 228. jorgensen, , forgensen, can K. 236, 242. eanne M., 93, 228. Qorgensen, ancy K., 238. , mgenxen, Russell B., 232. forgensen, Steven A.. 241. , orgensen, Suzanne M., 215. joseph, Barbara Ann, 225. 232. foagaggh, Donald R., 128, 139, 145, 225, Joepbf Lauren L., 218. oslin, Victoria E. 197. oalyn, Susan E., 04, 197. oirey, Nancy Louise, 64. 240. u kins, Catharine C., 232. uliau, Gail F.., 228. uliushurg, Barbara L., 228. unge, Harold J., 244. unge. Susan J., 64, 217. K Kaehler, Deborahdfna, 197. Kaehler, Rebecca ., 240. Kagan, Arvin, 217. Ka an, Kandioe, 233. Kahan, Andrew 182, 197. Kahler, Edward icder, 89, 229. Kahler, Katherine N., 88, 89, 182. 197. Arno S., 69, 169, 239. David Richard, 145, 237. lris Mae, 151 227. ames L., 197. Kahn, Kahn, Kahn, Kahn, fl Kahn, awrence M., 226, 227. Kahn, Randall Otto, 241. Kahn, Sallyjeanne, 04, 182, 197. Kaiser Robert Craig 148 159, 234.2-11. Kaiser, stephen K., ss, 217. Kallick, David A., 66, 72, 149. 157. 182 183, 197. Kallicit, Jenny L., ss, 225, Kamenear, Bernard S., 74, Kamenear, Elliot! B., 221. Kammerer, fjoyce E. 217. Kammerer. hyllis R., 219. Kanaley. Christine W., 245. Kaner, Pegg Lynn, 239. Kaplan, 228. 197. Barllxara R., 182, 197. Kaplan, David E.,.217. Kaplan, Fred Martln, 146, 236. 242. Kaplan, kack L., 139, 197. Kaplan, alman R., 197. Kaplan, Marlene Mac 87, 245. Kaplan, Matthew E., 57, s1. ss. 245. Kaplan, Michael L., 230. Kaplan, Robert L., 238. Kaplan, Stuart P., 138, 232. Kaplan, Terri Mae 226. Kaplan William road 225 230 v 1 - Karger, Richard 1-'.. 132, 149. 211. Karstenson Susan L., 215. Kart, llcuditlt A. 215. Kart, aren Helene, 197. Kase, Staghcn A.. 86, 230. Kaspar, iilliam G., 257. Katalimch, Margaret, 228. Katz, Alan Maurice, 236, 242. Katz. iiidith Ann, 197. Katz, yrna H., 232. Katz, Robert J., 140, 228. Kaufman, Bruce A., 86, 231. Kaufman, Christopher, 46, 72, 110. 111, 136, 149 169, 182, 183, 197. liiana 85. 221. Kaufman, K3:g51l31l,J3Ck is., 72, 137, 161. 183. Kaufniau, Pau1D.,jr., 141, 158, 242. Ricky 1., 229. Kaufman, Kaufman, Veda Pamela, 46, 231. Kaup, Nicholas H., 229. Kauzor, Nancy Y., 227. Kavina, Lynne B.. 64, 230. Kay, R1c1tard C., 239. Kaye, Fern Ellen, 151, 238. Kaye, Susan A., 226. Kay1in, Michelle E., 216. Kazxny, Daniel I., 138. Kent? Jan Este le, 64, 75, 182, 183. Kearney, Gregory J. 137, 219. Kearney.ildu11n joseph, 214, 237. Keatlni, ee Bruce, 46, 138, 141. 241. Keck, aura E. 214, 216. Keefe, Thomas 1C., 138, 225, 229. Keene Barbara Ann, 2-43. Ken, inter A., 72, 139, 157, 160, 214 218. Keitel, Elizabeth E., 225, 227. Keitel, Robert S. 72, 145, 182. 197. Kem., 15111114113 C.. 159, 233. Keith, Linda ., 221. Keith, Sally C., 182, 197. Kelleher Linda Mary, 68, 197. Keller, Christine, 64, 244. Keller, Howard J., Jr.. 241. Keller, Peter, 148, 239. Keller, Phillts 216. Keys, Regula ., 89, 153, 213, 214. Kelley, Frank A., 147, 158, 239. Kelley, Kathleen Ann, 64, 232. Kelley, Steven H., 148, 225, 227. Kelley, Thomas B.. 138, 232. Kelgzg, Edward H., 46, 49, 69, 160. Kelly, Bette Anne. 227. Kelly, Bruce A., 230. Kelly, Dianne L., 220. Kelly, Helen C., 63, 64, 216. Kelly, Kathleen P. 197. Kelly, Kathryn mint, 226. Kelly, 1'Va1ter G., 72, 137, 197. Kelner, gared, 241. Kelner, usan, 218. Kenna, Edward L., 197. Kennedy, Kathleen C., 256, 243. Kennedy, Michael S., 75, 85, 146, 221. Kennedy, Sharon D., 221. Kent, Barbara A., 66, 221. Kephart John P., 221. Kessel, 1'1arrietAnn, 46, 64, 182, 197. Kessler, Lawrence W., 72, 137, 197. Kessler, Marfr K., 197. Kessler, Pau R., 86, 138, 225. 227. Kerala, Kim Beth, ao, 191. Ketter, 1ames E. 197. Kettle, Barbara jayne, 226. Kenle, Judith A., 181, 183, 197. Kidd, Patricia K., 182, 197. Kief1:r,fcack K., 72, 75, 145, 183, Kiefer, athy, 153, 243. Kilgore, Mary E., 243. Klmbell, Laurie C., 151, 232. Kimmel, P1,i11ip B. iss. 242. K1mme1,W111ard Mi, iss, 242. Kindred, Charles G., 197. 197. King, Ma 'C1air, 88, 89, 182, 183. 197. King, Paur1 Lewis, 88, 236, 238. King, Suzanne L.. 233. Kinnaird, Susan B.. 85. 220. Kinnaird, Webster B., 46, 140. 141, 242. Kinnaird. William R., 139. 145, 243. Kinzie, Harry E., 225, 230. Kirby, Clare. 64. 182, 191. Kirby, Ellen. 240. Kirby, lohn Lofian. 149. 233. Kirby. Kate Pate, 93, 182, 183, 197. Kirchheimer. Nancy, 240. Kirkland, Anna Lee, 64, 182, 197. Kirkland, G. Rolunson. 141. 156. 238. Kirman, Andrea R.. 107, 151. 214. 219. Kirtley, Alexa M., 237. Kishner, Martha, 217. Kittner. Kathy B.. 151. 219. Kittredtre. David D.. 230. Klass., Ellen T., 214. 218. Klauser. E. Christoohr, 216. Klee. Howard 1V., 54, 79, 81. SS. 181, 183, 108. Douglas A.. 225, 231. l Barbara C.. 228. Klein, Carol 10.151, 182, 198. Kletn, James David, 158, 231. Klein, Klein, ar a. 1 8. Klem, Mnchell L., 141, 14s, 158. 242. Klein, Richard C., 145, 215. Ronald E.. 147. 231. Klegon. Klein, hrhri A..q72, 147, 198. Klein. Kleinfeld, Denis A., 72, 146, 198. Klene, janet Ellen, 86, 226. Klibanow. Francine F.. 244. Klingeman, Harry A., 225, 232. Klingeman. Paul M.. 198. Klinzman, Lee S., 241. Kllnkenbrrz. Katherine. 65. 151. 215. Knaner, Vvarren L., 160. 218. Kngggit, Lee Brandon, 69, 86, 149. 159. Knighl, Stanley. 46, 12, 219. Knnhel, Brett. 220. Paul R.. 220. Knobel, Knoebber, Kristine I., 238. Knoebber, Robert E.. 198. Knopller, Rena Gay, 88, 243. Knott. Sylvia Louise 88. 198. Knowles, Christopher, 158, 198. Knowles, P., Randall. 88, 229. Enuvvges, Stiiult lsr., 245. now ton. va .. 215. Knirg 233111 Bruce, 128, 139, 145. Knox. Karen Marie, 154, 214, 218. Knox, Susan Atmee. 64, 237. Koch, Janice Kay, 238. Kooour, Ruth Anne, 225, 232. Kodmek, Susan Lee, 226. Koenen, iharlcs L., 143. 232. Koether. oben Evan. 210. 219. Kohn, lohn Tyler. 138, 143, 242. Kohn, Kathleen. 218. Eogtliini-ohgiflxaelgvriuce, 242. 0 . .. . Kolehmainen, Julie. 226. Kollar, ,larnes Anthonv. 159, 241. '1En11er,R1V11i11?51RC., 221. onpr. ut . . Kopel, Roberta Lvnn, 181, 182. 198. Koretz, Mary E..240. Korff. Jane 45, 108. Korrnan. Susan jill, 198. Konck. Barbara A.. 85. 214, 218. Koss, Greazorv A., 230. Kossow, Elzahe A.. 220. Kost. Carol Ann, 228. Kosturn. Roberta R.. 214, 218. Koller, Linda, 85. 198. Kotler, Richard M.: 233. Kotler, Robert Lou1s. 158, 236, 242. Kovencz, Anthony, 245. Knvencz. John C., 87. 233. Kozoll, Barbara E., 2211. Kraemer. Bonita C., 218. Kraft, Carol Marion. 225, 228. llgragl, :gay Le3ie,2gg4. ra t. ayne .. . Kralh, ludith R., 220. Krahl, William F., 1V..89, 216. Kramer. 1ohn Robert. 225. 229. Kramer. Rohm R., 220. Kraus, Wtlliam H., 228. loanne Lee. 198. 224. Kmuse, Krause, Leo M.. 220. Patricia S., 46. 153. 233. Krause, Krause. Suzanne L., 230. Krawietz. Nancy D., 64. 240. Krawitz. Martin E.. 242. Kreer. Daniel P.. 219. Krfggr, Lawrence J., 83, 93, 109, 183, Krehl, Linda Elaine, 232. Krehl, Pamela Eileen, 142, 228. Kremerxgohn R., 72, 147, 198. Kresin, . Avis, 219. Kreutzer, Rae Lynn, 233. Kristianson, Thomas E., 242. Kritchever, Fnrlames, 217. Krone, Paulha ., 85, 220. Krone, Philtp S. 89, 147 236, 241. Kronholm, Lois M., s7, 244. Krotter, Mark M., 87, 225, 227. K Lo ' lee 138 241. rueger, uxs , , Kruger, Christian, 64, 75, 153, 182, 198. Kmgman, Murray Paul, 239. Knxgman Roberta J. 216. Kueera,1a1enry G., sd, 158, 160, 19s. Kuoen, flohn J. 198. Kuoera ohm W. 153, 229. Kuch, Cameron Toihin, 198. Kuch Kenneth Gregory, 241. Kudelko, Robert M., 19s. Kuhn, Richard Carllin, 243. Kul , Stcahen E. 148, 157, 241. Kupgtal un.. j., 64, 103, 198. Kurland, Mark Ja 230. 1c...1.,Jm.. o., 157, 160, 218. Kynoch, +udilh Ann, 240. Kynoch, erry R., 198. L Labadie Marc A., 214, 219. Lahhe, Sharon Lee 198, 221. Laws., jsean S. 1121 243. Lacroix, usan lil., 245. Lalave, Victor E., 239. Lafferty john, 55, 182, 183, 198. Lage Miartha A., . Landiaw, John L., 72, 121, 134, 140, 141, 211. Laidlaw Susan F., 228. 1...1..., 11erton, 109, 231. Lakin, Garry A., 109, 182, 183, 193. Lamb, jeffrey A. 23.3. Lamhart, Harry S., 139 231. Lmpm, Merryl L., 230, 245. Lamson, James S., 2.33. Landesman Lynn, 64, 225, 227. Landman Leta Beth, 236, 239. Landon, lcamwt, ss, 109, 19s. Landon, Gail ouise, 244. Lang, can Irene, 227. Lang, ohn T., 101, 157, 160, 218. Lang, atricia, 153, 228. Lang. Stephen, 198. Lange, Scott L., 79, 51 88, 213, 217. Lange, Stuart B. 87, 2130. Lange,.Wi11ia1n 138, 161, 230. Langlols, Diane, 216. Langston, Paula F., 86, 228. Lan mn, Keith W. 86, 230. Lansing, Richard 1'1., 198. Larkin, Sheila E., 198. Lannee Kevm J., 219. Laroi, Rita Lvn, 244. Larson, Brad1ey C., 239. Larson, Donna Ruth, 151, 227. Larson, Harvey K., 215. Larson Ronald R., 221. Laser, Stephen A., 145, 214. Lasher, Leslie B., 225, 227. Laskay, Cynthia A., 198. Lasky, Sheldon 147, 217. Lassar, vicki A1ice 19s. Lassiter Mangan C., 236, 23s. Lauer, enni er, 151, 154, 214, 218. Lauer, ohn1Vi11iam 101, 227. Lauer, ohm E., 135, 145, 236, 242. Laulman Laurien S., 38, 238. Laktggr, '1'homas M., 69, 78, 80, Lauwasser, Judith R., 242. Lavin, Eduardo A., 193. Lawrence, Barbara, 217. Lawrence J. McDonald, 89, 146, 231. Lawson barol Ruth. 151, 225, 226. Lazar,,1ohn B., 230. 103, Lazear, Walter D., 86, 88, 89, 182, 198. Lazear, 1Vi11iam R., 86, 231. Lauara, Steven B., 68, 69, 72, 137, 141, 132, 19s. Lazzaro, Randy 1., 231. Leach, Andrea L ., 225. 228. Leahy, Dennis Robert, 46, 86, 1-18, 225, 2.31. Leahy, Patrick, 140, 231. Leahy, ancy, 46, 55, 151, 198. Learnan Bruce Y., 147, 215. 1.f1...., 621, ss, 221. Lechner, urel Elsa, 151, 244. uct, Mug.. E., 151, 243. Lederer, Lmda Lee 151 244. Lee Ahlarglarel G. 151, 226. Lefhngwe 1 Randall, 243. Lel'kov1u, Gayle R., 240. Lehman, james D., 111, 214, 219. Lehmann, Linda Carol 233. Lehue, Gregory K., 22.2, 232. Leisch, Gregola H., 57, 218. Leltner, Scott ., 231. Lembke,dIor'a M. 218. Lemire, i11iam R., 157, 182, 198. Lenfeatey, Carol A., 85, 151, 220. Lenfestey, Gall B., 238. 251 Leaisstey, VVi1liam R., ss, 123, 142 Lenon. Deborah H., 85. 218. Leon ard, ohn Richard 217. Le ll! '1., 198. 1...el1?r1n::':llIan1':?.y'nn, 64, 238. Lerach, ancy, 198. Lerach, Shirley A.. 198. Lesli 1.5811 e, Barham Ellen, 182, 198. e, Lee Michael, 241. Lesner Gail R. 221. Less, llrancinc E., 228. Lesli na, Nancy jo. 89, 236, 240. Letoumeau, junaline, 87, 226. Letsi Ixv, nger, Reed P., 225, 229. ames R., 156. 199. Lev, john Allan, 236, 238. Levenfcld, WVayne A., 215. Lcvenier, Nancv A., 216. Levi, Barbara Ann, 232. Levin, Carol Ann, 88, 214, 219. Levin, Carol J., 104, 218. Levin, Carole Berta, 238. Levin, uclilh Ann, 64, 227. Levin, Michael, 1., 244. Levin, N. Merle, 226. Levin, Patti D.. 228. Levin, Robert W., 138, 228. Levin, Ruth E., 220. Levin, William L., 215. Levine, Susan 199. Levine, Syma E., 85, 86 215. Levinson, Alan Keith, 2211. Levinson, Barbara ilu, 236, 243. Levinson, Lauren , ., 183, 199. Levinson, Margo Ellen, 199. Levy Levy Levy , Barry Irwin, 146, 242. , Bun s., sa, 221. , Holly Merle, 238. Levy, Mark, 24-4. Levy , Shelley Leah, 244. Lewi, Gisela, 240. Lcwi Lewi Lewi Lewi Lewi Lewi Lewi s, Alan G., 215. s, Laurie A. 214. 221. s, Lisa L., 85, 214, 221. s, Mary Helen, 154, 225, 232. s, Nancy L., 220. s, Robert B.. 218. s, William C-, 234, 241. Leymaster, Mark H. 214, 220. Leymasler, Mary Bexli. 245. 1..e1ak,-'Jeffrey M., 230. Libit, effrey M.,101, 199. Lichtman, Robert .B. 147, 239. Lieberman, Cyntlua 229. Lieberson Linda L., 151, 225, 228. Liebert, Frayser, 218. Lifshiu Howard v., 74, 182,199. Lihon,1-Iazel M., 182, 209, 220. Ligh Ligh Li h Lihe I, Cherle B., 199. t Ter R. 128 148 225 229. ther, lzlarilin C.,49, iss, 217. nheim, Ir:ne.S., 221. Lillian, Shiela S. 245. Lind Lind Lind auer, Roger 199. bcrg, jean, 226. blom, Thomas L., 199. Link, Susan J., 85, 214, 215. Linster, Richard W., 229. Lipman, Aleda Eve. 89, 226. Lipv incott David B., 86, 225, 229. Lipps, Judith Eileen, ss, 225, 226. Lipson, Joann 214, 220. Litecky, Hr... Forbes, 13s, 148, 230. Liteckv, nrcia Anne, 155, 236, 245. Litt, Steven Wayne, 215 . Litten, F. Chasin, 146, 216. Little, Steven . 86, 158, 199. Li lvl n, Marilyn kelh, 244. Livingston, Charlene, 232. Lloyd, Allen Graham, 230. 1.10 d,Igar1et Shepard. 230. Loelu, obertEric, 103, 147, 236, 239. Loewenherz, Susan A., 216. Loewenherz, Carol ., 230. Loga n, Daniel J., 226. Lame. Charles, 231. Lone har, ,Ludy Y., 244. Long, Bar ara Ann, 245. Long, Robert M., 146, 219. Long, Robin K., 220. Loos, Timmotli C., 123. 142, 217. Loose. Marcia jimi, 46, 75, 199. 135 r, Charles D.. 199. r, john Scott, 138. 239. Lord, Carol. 215. Lordahl, Var E.. 147, 217. Lutz, Susan 64,'215. Lovemure, fxreglericlza, 228. Lovemore, Juhet V., 236, 240. Lowe, Richard Alan, 229. Luhl Luca incr, Russel H., 109, 199. s, Charlotte H., 228. Lucas, jane Katherine, 239. Lu ce nte. Gregori' L., 138. 238. Lucerne. Randy 1... 69, 89, 1-46, 216. Luce ', Carolyn. 153, 242. Lueclcer, John H., 140, 141, 199. Luen sman. joy Anne. 230. Lukasik, David YV., 217. Lukoff. ieflrey N., 85, 232. Lund, C iristine Ruth, 245. Lund. jeff kllm. 233. Lundguist, 'nll1leen, 199. Luster, Donald Alan, 86, 139, 226. Lutton. Robert, 103, 199. Lutz, Lux, Lux, 252 Edward james, 145, 217. Carol Sue. 238. William R., 88, 89, 218. a Lyman. Barbara F.. 233. Lynn, Ginny L., 151, 242. Lyltnn, Maribelli, 68, 225, 230. M Mac.-Knlrur, Bruce, 244. MacArthur Robert, 199. nmnain, Walter p. 199. Ma14.Carlney. Patna E., 228. Macilorguodale, Don, 199. MacDonald, Bruce A., 133, 147, 181, 199. MacDonald, Laurie A., 2-14. Macllonalcl, Sandra K., 85, 220. MacDonald, Sandra S., 231. Mac1"a11, james R., 183, 199. Maclfarland, E. Ann, 233. Mack, Steven P., 146, 229. Mackey Montgomery W 229 MacKirinon, Cecil, so 55, 93, 183, 199- Macliinnon, Peter, 19b. Mackler, Melville R., 217. MacLean, Barbara Ann, 87, 88, 236, 240. MacLean, Grant A. 89, 160, 183, 199. MacLean, Norman 11-. 210, 219. Madden, Carole-Ann, 240. Madorin, Fredclle J. 87, 243. Madorin J..d.11.., sb, 183, 199. Mages, Eleanore, 214, 219. Mages, Joyce A., 88, 181, 182, 199. Magidson, Ruth E., 64, 226. Magill, ieaune B.. 9-1, 104, 199. Magill, ohn F., 230. Magnuson, Lynn C., 236, 248. Magnuson, Nancy Ann, 215. Magnuson, Robert M., 72, ss, 122, 142 180, 181 191. Mahoney, Carol Ann. 87, 226. Mahru, William Marc, 138, 238. Maiman, goan M., 226. Mainzer, usan E. 64, 182, 199. Majcwski, Robert ohn, 231. Malewski, Susan ., 240. Malor, Dave Rogers, 140, 142, 148, 231 Ma ar, John, 72, 133, 142, 1-16. Maleig, Scott D., 218. Malen, Paul G., 218. Malina, Barbara Ann, 238. Mallon, Loren J, '199. Malmguist V1rg1n1a L., 225, 232. Maloney, Cffnthxa, 49, 201. Maloney, 11 ichael Reed, 138, 229. Maloney, Peter, 215. Malosky, Samm 'e L., 64, 111, 214, 216 ohn fl., 199. Malpede, Malpede.1iarc11. 109 199. Maltenlort 1:..1...11. M., 199. Malugen, Charles F., 69, 140, 239. Malugeu, ea ucline L., 199. Malu en, Vflliam B., 46, 47. 214, 220. Mancliesler, Richard, 46, 147, 215. Mandel, Paul D., 46, 121, 137, 214, 216. Mandelslein, Leslie, 139, 157, 232. Mangel, Dorothy D., 220. Man ione, Richard, 221. Mantel Carla E, 240. mum, havid William 146, 245. Mann, Eric Gre ory, 230. Mann, Marsha E., 182, 183, 199. Man11 Susan E., 199. Mann11eirner,Da1e V., 182, 199. Manning, Frederick J., 158, 2820. Mannin Mark R., 85, 199. Mansfiegzl, Gail A., 95, 182, 199. March, Ann W. 219. Marchmi, Paul bean, 229. Marco, Richard 1., 219. Marcum,Elames K., 233. Marcus, lizabeth C., 64, 199, 236, 242. Marcus, lliames 1., 137, 158. Marcus, ichard Max, 199. Marcus, Robert H., 146, 239. Margoliasb, Reuben, 227. lgzargolisb Stephen21g6 216. armi, -uenno, . Marks, Beth Ann, 80. 199. Marks, Bonnie A., 242. Marks, Richard S., 230. Marks, Sharon Lynn, 245. Marland, Pamela, 85, 151, 153, 216. Mannor, Richard D., 216. Ma uis. Michael VV.. 200. Magi, Charlene F.. 220. Marsh, Charles L., 217. Marshall john C., 229. Martin, Carolyn Ann, 237. Marlin, Charles B., 238. Martin, Donna Rae. 200. ames K., 200. ames VV.. 157, 200. Martin, Marlin, Martin, 'alllerine K., 225, 232. Marlin, Marilyuu P.. 228. Martin, Mary W., 132. 200. Martin. William A., 233. Martiuson, James WV., 231. Man. Richard H.. 217. Mason, Rosemary 1... 182, 185. 200. Massey, Frank L.. 85, 214, 218. Massman Janet E., 200. 1w1?g5r,Cenrge1v., 69, 133, 145, 225, Mathey, Karen Denise, 244. Matlxisen Lois A1111. 64. 200. Matross, hum M.. 214. 211. Manner, Charles Lee, 236. 2-11. Mattllews. Richard E., 226. Mattson, Beverlv L., 219, Matzkin, Carol Linn, 89, 238. Mauemiann Edward H., 241. May, ffrry lf.. 200. May, obert K., 137. 219. Mayer, Arthur P., 221. Mayer, Linda Eileen, 153, 225, 231. Mayer. Robert S.. 72, 88, 137, 221. Mayhew Julia, 200. 11ay..ard, Edward W., 256. 245. Maynard, Elizabeth H., 85, 214, 218. Mnzur, SandrnAL.. 225. McAlvcy, Marcla Jean 242. Ma-Kndrews, Thomas C., 200. McA11drews, Cyril C., 87, 106, 238. McA11ulty, uditli Kay. 200. McArthur, ohn C., 138, 242. McArthur, atricia A., 87, 229. McAvu ', Michael ll., 138 147, 238. mnritle, Bonnie Lou, 151, 243. McBride, Paul B.. 200. Mdlabe, Frank, 200. McCabe, Michael J. 200. 11cc..1.e, Terrence vi, 231. McCale1:, John F., 138, 231. McCa1l1ster John C., 231. McCarthy, Carol A., 200. McCarthy, Eileen P., 200. McCarthy, Eileen A. 214, 220. rmcmhy. Thomas 1-1., 218. McCarty, Lvnda Mary, 244. McClave, Heather, 52, 85, 106, 111, 214, 217. McClellan, Martha L., 87, 220. McC1cnahan, Charles, 86, 183 200. Mdlloud, nietam B., 151, 221, 225, 230. McClure, fohn Stuart, 146, 243. Mdlonnel , laney K., 214, 218. McConnell, ynn P., 216. McConvi11e, David B., 200. Mccosh, Donald H., 45, 72, 85, 147, 161, 181, 200. McCoy, Sharon L., 245. McCracken, Robert E., 231. McCracken, Frank H., 85, 219. McCray, Nan J., 59, 89, 151, 220. McCuen, gfvniliia A., 153, 242. McCuen, ary C., 232. McCurrac11 D., Bmcc 229. nuuemmi, Marion J., 231. McDonoulg1x Sugan M., 83, 231. McDouga Chnstosher, 200. nicnougnl, Donal s., 242. McDougall, Walter A. 157, 214, 220. Mcunwell Linda c., 231. McEnery, 'Mary S., 228. McFadzcan Suzanne 75 85 214 220. Mcflauran, Dennis 225, 226. McGowan, Rebecca, 237. McGuigan, fcames A., 221. McGuigan. athleen A., 243. McGuire, Mary Ellen 200. Mcllwain, Alexander XV., 217. Mclntosh, Bonmc A., 57. MC,Iohr1ston, Jean A., 50, 58, 182, 183, 200. McKee, Man C., 218. McKee, elinda A., 239. Mclieighan, Charlotte, 229. McKenrickldcnnifer, 64, 85, 200. elissa 85 215. McKenzie, . McKerna.n, Rita M., 200. McKinney, Mary F., 151, 236, 237. McKinsey, Brian R., 147, 239. McKinsey, Kevin P., 220. McC1arcn.lg01m A.. 146, 245. ichard VV., 46, 75 , 182, 200. McLaren, Sandra 46 86 150, 225, 232. McLaren, McLaury, Catherine. 219. McLean. jennifer, 217. McLennan, Christin 1., 243. McLennan. Don H.. 138, 236. 245. McLucas, Bill S., 46, 116, 138, 158, 229. McLucas, Bruce B., 45. 86, 160, 183, 200. McMillen, Margot F., 229. McNamcr, Mike J. 226. McNaughton Lynda C., 244. Mcrheflon, line.. K., 218. Mc1'l1erron, Robert O., 245. Mclloberts, Michael F., 227. Mclioberts, Linda, 200. McS1vai11, iane T. 233. Mcswain. Iarian 11., 85, 219. Mc'1'igue. Michael P., 72, 139, 219. McVey. Elizabeth A., 2-13. Mellor. Peter F.. 221. Mae, Barbara O., 151. 200. Moe. David L.. 138, 143, 237. Mehrliclr, F. Paul, 241. Meier, Marjorie L., 62, 182, 200. Meier. Peter ,1., 242. Meijer. Maxim1l1:1n VV.. 218. Mais. Patricia A.. 200. Mc-laugh, Peter O., 200. Mclcluorre. Robert E., 159, 217. Melford, Ellen. 220. Melhoos, Arthur S., 235. Melniclz. Lynne 85. Mcloy, Alex ,1., 138, 241. Meltzer. Marlene A.. 225, 227. Mercein. Ramlolplx T., 72, 121, 137, 200. Mercier, Charles W.. 46. 89, 137, 218. Mercier, John R., 60, 138, 143, 236, 238. Merens, Michael H., 215. Merrell, Lew R., 229. Merrick, Marcia C., 151. 200. Messcrsmith, Richard, 229. Metcalf, 3111 G., 79, 225, 230. Metz, ,flu ith C.. 244. Metz, uth A., 75. 151, 153, 200, 252 Meyer, George P.. 200. Meyer. Lauren, 219. Meyer, Marianne K., 200. Meyer, Mlrlaine R., 239. Meyer, Mary Helen, 227. Meyer, Nancy A., 240. Meyer, R1ChZ1'd B., 227. Meyers, Bar? R., 200. Meyers, Lin -a 1., 236, 240. Meyers, Marlon: W., 46, 53, 169, 213 214, 218. Meycrson Larry R., 222, 231. 1s1cvn,J0lm C., ss, 226. Micali, Thomas K., 217. Michael, Delores 64, 153, 244. Michals, Bonnie L., 240. Miclxals, Sherry V., 200. Michelsen, Linda S., 227. Michclsen, james H., 200. Midd1eto11, evarnes, 200. Middleton, end R. 220. Mieno, Kenneth ., 231. Mieno, Richard ., 182, 200. Migel, Peter 69, 70, 86, 201. Miculak, nav.-l J., 221. Mllculals, Paul O., 75, 201. Milford, Candace A., 216. Milford. Pennlo D., 239. Milici, Donald T, 148, 241. Milici, Kenneth F., 214, 219. Millard, Karen L., 87, 220. Millenson, Debra A., 220. Miller, Alan H. 88, 89, 201. Miner, nerr F. he 145, 239. Mine., Bram Zz., iss. Miller, Bruce W., 138, 227. Miller, Carol L.. 85, 201, 218. Miller, Carolyn L., 46. Miller, Christofher, 92, 182, 201. Miller, David ., 83, 217. Miller, David M., 225, 229. Miller, David S., 79. 229. Miller, Douglas. 141, 236, 243. Miller, Donna L., 107, 220. Miller, Edith M., 46, 1s2, 183, 201. Miller, Gerald A. 46, 75, 146, 228. Miller, Hal 12. 159, 159. 233. mm D., 182, 201. ames W., 50, 182, 183, 201. erry F., 229. aren E., 151, 154,182, 201. Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller, Lenore J., 64, 101, 225, 233. Miller, Louis R., 111, 233. Miller, Margaret L., 289. Miller, Mary P., 244. Miller, Perry A., 130, 1-15, 217. Miller, Peter B.. 148, 251. Miller, Phoebe A., 54, 236. Miller, Robert A., 232. Miller, Robert P., 158, 236, 244. Miller, Sally F.,.236, 238. Miller, Saren Adme, 245. Miller, Steven, 201. Miller, Thomas J., 145 236 239. Manu, Timouw ,1., 216, 225. Millhouser, W1 11am C., 221. Mills, Rnathan L., 101, 158, 229. Milne, ancy 150, 152, 154, 201. Milne, Sallv j., 225 229. 111i1wid, Cham... il., 49, 225, 233. Milwid Ma E., 255, 240. Mi..u,we..l1Q M., 151, 153, 225, 229. Minlr,A1in L., 160, 218. Minlln, Ma ery A., 201. Minter, Suelx., 45, 182, 183, 201. Mintz, Ira R., 201. Mirot, Deborah A., 236, 238. Missner, jane Ann, 78, 182, 183, 201. Mitchell, Chris S., 145, 239. Mitchell, David C., 89, 242. Mitchell, Delmar, 72, 120, 121, 134, 140, 141, 201. Mitchell, Effrey G., 89, 147, 214, 219. Mitchell aren S.. 219. Mizell, ames L.. 69, 138, 230. Moau, ichael E., 140, 141, 231. Moeller Philig T., 72, 86, 137, 216. Mom, jenny 1., 201. Moldnuer Pamela, 64, 240. Mollner, 0:1 E., 242. Molner, icki E., 227. Moloney, Kathleen E., 228. Moloney, Marcia A., 151, 233, Monroe, Georgia C., 227. Monroe, Lucy F., 85, 89, 201. Monroe, Robert S., 228. Monypenny, L. Farr, 219. Momj. Karel Lee M., 54, 87, 243. Mooney. Susan B., 80. 218. Moore, Andrew j., 143, 236, 241. Moore, Nora M., 225. Moreen, Pamela M., 53, 201. Mori, Linda L., 218. Moring. Patriria, 220. Mnring. Russ A., 141 238. Morley. Susan B., 236. Morris, Lee VV., 137, 216. Morris, Pamela S.. 201. Morris, Theodore R., 146, 241. Morrison, Bradley P., 138, 241. Morrison, Susan C., 64, 225, 230. Mortensen. Christopher. 229. Morton, Blanche C., 221. Nelson Mosher, Richard P., 217. Moshier, David J., 242. MOSKOWIIZ, Danny M., 87, 245. Moskowitz, Davida A., 64, 109, 201. Moss, Alan A., 230. Moss Anne D., 68. 214, 221. Moss: ellre lc., 239. Moss, ioel A., 229. Moss inda Sue 238. Moss, Michael 1.', 216. 1 243 Mote A Susan il., . Moul ing, Jo n M., 72, 121, 140, 141, 215. Moulding Richard T., 57, 239. Moulton, Barbara, 240. Moulton, Linda L., 236. Moulton, Robert H., 111, 229. 243. Mousolite, Sandra E., 244. Moyer, Catherine A., 216. Mueller, Barbara J., 226. Mueller Pbvllrs, 15. Muhlenbruch,gIoan C., 201. Mui Peter, 23 . Maller, Eljven P. 230. Mullin, Richard J., 215. Mullin, Tlmothy D., 26, 201. Murchison Anne A., 201. Murphy,, Katie 0, 245. Murphy, Kevin ., 201. Murray, A. G0 on, 59, 89, 225, 228. Murray, Anne E., 109, 183 201. Murray Marilyn, 46, 64, 153, 225, 231. Murtz Hamid A., 201. Mrraarirl James lt., 225, 227. Myrra, Douglas L., 89, 242. Myers, Myers, Myers, Margaret S. 244. Mary Lou, 244. Sal1yA., 151, 152, 153, 215. N N el, Diana M., 240. N:ilJurg, Suzanne H., 55, 101, 150, 169 182, 201. Na'arian David V. 89, 109, 137, 215. Nzllin, Jalan A., 232. Nanini, oni . 64 245. Nateube ,Sheldon ll., 216. Nathan, erry, 201. Nathan, athy J. 151, 243. Nathan Richard L., 138, 148, 239. Navin 'Rorie lc., 64 244. ea , lmot y ., , . N ry T' 1. 99 227 Neay on, Frank ., 216. Nedwick,J2rna C. 219. Nedwiclt lC1lilC1L4., 159, 235. Nelsen, Merlin J., 220. Nelson, Arthur V., 215. Nelson, Barbara J., 201. Nelson, Clillord ., 123, 142, 201. Nelson, Jlellrey H., 157, 159, 219. Nelson innea J., 64, 85, 228. Nelson, Mark D.. 242. Richard L 89, 145, 159, 217. 1 Nememvski, ,lolrn IS., 143, 239. Nemir, RalgAl:,W. 46, 214, 220. Nettleman urs 85, 145, 229. Neuman, Krystyna, 182, 201. Neumann, Barbara Ann, 86, 225, 233. Nevard, Donald B., 233. Neveu, Robin J. 219. Newcomb, Jean L., 244. Newenhuyse, Craig F., 138, 141, 241. Newenhu-Aysc, Frederick, 89, 116, 121, 141, 2 1. Newman, Cheryl A., 220. Newman, Susan L. 215. Newman, Thomas S., 69, 123, 137, 142, 219. Newman, Patricia, 46, 153, 182, 201. Newton, Carol n, 201. Newton, David,R., 143, 159, 241. Newton, Dean R. 219. Nexon, Norman D., 241. Nichols, Chester, hr., 86, 236, 239. Nichols, Kenneth . 201. Niolrolaon, slanlra d., 140, 151, 221. Nickel, David E. 214, 219. Nickel, Priscilla ls., 46, 244. Nickel, Susan G., 46, 225, 230. Nickels, Howard J., 241. Nicol, Edward L., 233. Nicolaxzi, Peter A. 137, 227. Nioolaari, Robert j., 220. Nielsen, Arthur C., 46, 72, 149, 214, 219. Nilles, Camilla J.. 225, 227. Nilles, Catherine B., 201. Nilsson,IJxoel, 72 137, 147, 181. Nialaoi, onraa R., 72, 140, 142, 147, 169, 201. Nischan Karen A., 221. Nix, Melinda G., 45, 201. Nix, William P., 46, 141, 241. Noble, David G., 201. Noble Janet D., 232. Nodell Spencer, B. 219. Nofs, Daniel W. 239. Nots, Diane s.. 109, 216. Nolan, Jcames H., 145, 242. Nolan, atbleen A., 64, 181, 182, 201. Norberi, Charlotte A., 85, 215. Nord, lchard E., 233. Norman, Suzanne P., 46, 216. Norse, Elizabeth H., 87, 153, 227. Northcutt, Patricia A., 218. Northru , Nora I., 236, 245. Norwoodi Mary Beth, 80, 86, 181, 201. Northmann, Ruth E., 59, 88, 225, 228. Noto, Anthony P.. 158, 225, 227. Nudelman, Arla M., 220. Nugent, Robert L.. 148, 230. Nuger Sandra R., 48, 153, 222. Nnrrola, Miolrarlr E., 227. Nystrom, John S., 160. O Oberndorl. Donald M., 146, 221. O'Bo.y1e, Thomas D.. 201. O'Br1en, CarolAA., 215. 0'Brien, Dennis J.. 145, 227. O'Brien, Kathleen L., 221. O'Brien, MarEaret K., 53, 87, 219. O'Brien, Mar D., 238. O'Brien. Robert M., 226. Ocher, Ronald J., 217. O'Connell, Christine L., 64, 225, 229. O'Connor, Brian M., 56, 236, 242. O'Dell, Sally J., 201. O'Donnell, Ann F., 227. O'Donne1l, Eileen A., 226. 0'Donnell, Margaret M., 218. O'Donnell, Michael C., 138, 237. Oehler, Sioux R., 94. 109, 220. Oiuss, Gerald M., 245. 0 lson, Susan M., 226. O'Keefe, Dennis J., 238. Old Pamela V... 9, 85, 215. oldlaor , Parriara A., 64, 245. Olin. laar aret R., 88, 89, 225, 226. oliplranr, 5111 A., 151, 225, 232. Ollver, Alan F. 221. Oliver, Meredith C., sv, 225, 22s. 0l1VEIl1, Joanne, 215. Olrnstead, Roger M., 239. Olson, Jcanet ., 85, 219. Olson, athlecn M. 226. Olson, llarlr s., 241. Olson Nancy L., 227. 0'Neil Joe, 75, 291. 0'Nei1l, Nancy K., 64, 217. Oppenheim, Arnold B., 157, 183. Oppenheimer, Peter B., 139, 148, 220, 225. Omstein Lynn B., 228. Oros, John J.. 86, 231. Osborn, David L., las. 221. Osborne, Richard H., 227. 0'Shea Mark R., 214, 221. Osmond, Stephen D., 80, 86, 91. Osterberg, Ralph E. 86, 89, 232. Osterstrom, Frances D., 226. Osterstrom, Cordon E., 85, 183. Ostrom, Gregory A., 227. Ostrow, goel S., 158, 217. Ostrow, am1.1e1D., 183. Otto. Kathryn. 214. 215. Oughton, Barbara L., 89, 226. Ouglltorl. Lawrence D., 218. Ovson, Alan S., 68, 69. 72, 147, 169. Ovson, Nancy G.. 221. Owen, Patricia, 152, 218. P Pach, Nicolette M., 242. Pach, Sandra E., 202. Padorr, Beryl E., 245. Page, Patricia M., 243. Page, Robert N. 147, 202. Paige, Sennett'11., 229. Paine, Jellrey S.. 146, 233. Paine, launce T., 146 236, 243. ,Becky s ss s? 221 Palmer . , . Palmer, Christopher S., 85, 218. Cynthia J., 85, 181, 202. Palmer, Palmer, David R.. 202. Palmer, Ceollrey S.. 202. H. Mason 86 146 225 229. Palmer, , , , , Palmer, Nancy, 202. Palmer, Shirley D., 215. Susan I., 64 202. Palmer, A , Pancoast, Elizabeth, 64, 202. Panos, Alexander J., 87, 231. Papas, Maria. 214. 215. Papas, Timothea, 64, 202. Papastathis, William, 87, 243. Park, John R.. 202. Parker, John A., 210. Parkinson, Ann, 219. Parr. Susan E., 216. Parsky, Elaine A., 64, 228. Parsons, Stephen, 147. 202. 1 Pasinato, Josegt A., 85, 157, 202. Passis, Renee ., 245. Passman, Judith L.. 244. Pasternack, Gerry 1.. 202. Patera, Edward S.. 238. Patera. Elizabeth D., 221. Patera. Lydia E., 202. Patterson, Emery W., 202. Patterson, Mark J., 219. Patterson, Pamela A., 85, 202. Patterson, Paul T.. 72, 202. Pattison. Grant A., 237. Patton, Christine, 218. Patton, Constance, 227. Patton. John R., 231. Paul, F. Douglas. 159, 241. Paul, lames R. 69, 93, 101, 202. Pau1,'1'hon1asJ., 72, 121, 141, 202. Paul. Wendy S., 221. Paullt, Judy A., 85, 220. Pawlali. Andrew H., 89. 220. Peacock, Wlilliam C., 245. Pear Robert C., 229. Pearlman, Barry 69. 182, 202. Pearlman, Peter . 221. Poarlnran Rohan S., av, 236, 243. Pearson, Charles J., 87, 237. Peck, Geolirey H., 238. Peck, Thomas O., 75, 86, 146, 225. Pedersen, Helen M., 87, 242. Pedersen, Lewis, 202. Pedrick Daniel E., 86, 149, 225, 231. Peine, Christine L., 220. Pemberton, John F., 238. Pendleton, Marcia M., 80, 85, 86, 151, 202. Pennell, William D., 87, 146, 229. Pennington, Stuart VV., 87, 227. Pensock,iJIohn E., 241. Peo les, arrison Jr., 219. Perlimutter, Alan L., 232. Perrault, Richard, 202. Perry, Richard, 216. Pers ing, Barbara S., 80, 202. Peterman, Mary E., 202. Peterman, Maryclare, 218. Petersen, Erllng N., 202. Petersen, acquclyn A., 240. Petersen, ames R., 85, 146, 229. Petersen, ean, 86, 232. Petersen, . Brooke, 85, 219. Petersen, Pamela B., 221. Peterson, Catherine A., 214, 220. Peterson, Constance W., 225, 229. Peterson, Geollrey R., 59 89, 232. Peterson, GIEKOIMR., 216. Peterson, Jaelirev . 69, 83, Peterson, ent W., 219. Peterson, Kristin R., 218. Peterson, Mary E., 153 240. Peterson, Ronald A., 217. Peterson, Thomas L., 233. Pettibone, Pamela T., 245. Pettigrew, Andrew, 160, 218. Pettit, Richard W., 146, 159, 214, 217. Peyton, Stephen C., 236, 247. Pfelfer, Pamela R., 202. Pfelfer, Sandra 1., 237. 241. Pflaumer Katrina C. 75, 182, 183, 202. rlralrn, Robert 1-'., 202. Phemister Kathenne, 232. Phillips, Ceollregj., 202. ames ., 215. Phillips, Phillips, nrlirlr L. 216. Phillips, atricia1'1., 233. Phillips Thomas D., 89 148, 227. Phillips, Tlrornaa L., 203. Pick, Grant D., 158, 231. Pickard Frank C., 203. Pierce, Karen L., 66, 220. Pierchala, Phillif J., 138, 148, 230. Pietroski, anet .. 218. Pietroski. ellrey YV., 227. Pietroski, ona d E., 230. Pink, Terry L., 244. Pinkowski, Karen.M., 231. Pirlkowski, Patricia E., 244. Pinsol, Lynne E.. 220. Pinsof William M., 138. 1-irio, kntlrn-n L., 95, 220. Pitt George A., 239. Plalker, Susanhf., 214, 216. Platt, Carolyn .. 216. Platz, Lynn E.. 216. Pleck, Jzosefih H., 103, 214, 219. Pleiss, hi H. Jr. 233. Plimpton Jlmathan lf., 87. Pocbter, Carol A., 238. Pocock, Lynn E., 86, 225, 230. Pocock, Peter W., 160, 183, 203. Polito, Fred D.. 140, 143, 228. Polito Mar? Ellen, 151, 203. Pollaclt, A1 an D., 103, 236, 245. Pollack, Ricky L., 243. Pollack, Roberta 45. 46, 100, 101, 203. Pollaolr, Steven j., 203. Pollak, Alan D., 242. Pollak, Alan W.. 233. Pollak, Greg R., 146, 203. Pollaro, Brigitte M., 203. Pullaro, Eri a, 245. Pope, lenniler, 214, 221. Pope, Steven F. 69, las, 148, 244. Porte, Ronald 15., 182, 203. Porteous, Constance M., 228. Porter, Carol A., 87, 224. Pogtg, Dale E., 87, 89, 121, 138, 141, Porter, David L., 203. Porter, Nancy J. 182, 203. Porter, william llv.. 137, 147, 219. Portes, Ann M., 182, 203. Portner, Alan C., 85, 232. Post, Vvilliam E., 217. Postelnek, Rosanne, 101. Potter, Gail L., 227. Poulos, Constance J., 245. lon D., 203. Poulos, Powell, Barbara, 182 203. Powell, Christopher A., 238. Powell, Dare A., 149, 157, 215. Powell, Melinda, 85, 214, 218. udith M., 85, 214, 216. Powers, Powers, J1'homas A., 203. Poyser, James H., 158. 203. Poyser, lary M., 64, 93, 227. Prasinos, Diane. 244. Pratt, Carolyn 89, 214 216. Prrnriaa, Jean 'r:., 64. sk, 209. Press, Barbara M., 203. Prestoll, Laura, 240. Price, Dorna B. 236, 244. Price, Howard rl., 146, 245. Price, Joyce E., 203. Priest, Kenneth L., 85, 215. Pritchard. Barbara M., 203. Pritikln, William S. 203. Pritzker, Nanc F., 2.36, 245. Prlolt, Amold R., 231. Prolt, Fredrick A. 243. 1-rolrovnilr, Mark S., las, 245. Props, James K. 72, 75, 146, 214, 216. Prouty, Carlton P., 238. Prouty, Robert M.. 203. Provus, Stan O.. 217. 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Ratajmak, John R., 72, 137, 203. Rau, Robert P., 111, 203. Rauch, Lynn, 240. 244. Rauhauser, Paul B., 203. Rawlings, Jeanne C., 226. Ray, Mary A., 221. Raymond, Candace, 64, 225, 232. Raymond, Gordon A., 216. Raymond, Richard C., 146, 225. Reda, David N. Redlich, Susan E., 88, 111, 214, 221. Redman, Alan H., 219. Reed, Recd , Reed, Reed, Reed , Reeds, Reeds, Bruce A., 103, 203. Corinne C., 153, 233. Linda P., 230. Rosemary, 238. Steve H. 158, 203. James 232. Villiam b., 205. Reese, Ellen B., 244. Reeves, Alioe E., 85 216. Reeves, NanchL., 85, 218. Rehm, Janis . 228. Rriolrrldorror, lllarlr, 147, 236, 239. Reichert, Robert A., 236, 245. Reichrnan, Lois J. 249. Reichmann, Russell R., 243. Reillel, Phyllis C., 230. Reilly, Sharon M. 240. Reinert, Thomas D., 146, 218. Reinhold Doug P., 203. Reinsch,1Nilliam A., 44, 46,101, 214, 215. Reinwald, Anthonv P., 230. Reinwald, Robert D., 237. Reiter, David R., 72, 128, 137, 145, 158, 203. Reiter, Peter S., 147, 239. Reizner, Lynda Ji, 203. Reimer, Steven ., 228. Relias, Jol'1nA. 214. 216. Rornirn, Drano ls., 220. Remein Roger J., 203. 12M'F'Xlf" 2214 220 nou , toe . . Rensch, Randall S., 56, los. 2117. Renter, Paige K. 203. Resch, Barbara d., s7, 226. Reuben, Linda J., 236, 244. Reuben, Rochel e E., 203. Revell, Karen L. 236, 245. Revell, Russell ld., ss, 214, 221. Rex, John B., 104, 216. Reynolds, Thomas H., 203. Rhein, Michael A. 218. Rheintgen. Ward IS., 220. Rhoades, Barbara L., 214, 219. Rhoades, Nancy J., 215. Rhoades Suzanne, 85, 204. Rhode, Christine, s1, 214, 243. 253 Ribstein, Larry E., 2I7. Ricci, james A., 22l. R' L Lee 230 1ce, aura , . Ria, Mary L'nn, 240. Rice, Rnbert ll., 204. Rice, Thomas F., l48. 225, 227. Thomas W. 217. Rice, Richards, Karen S., 216. Richards, Lynn S., 243. Richards, Susan A. 85. 107, 214, 218. Richardson, Ellen S., 232. Richardsnn, Mary A., 258. Richfield, Michael A., 148, 229. Richheimer, Laurie A., 221. Riehheimer Steven L., 147, 157, 217. Rtchman, Ilene S. 204. Richman, Jane Ellen, 236, 245. Richmond, Todd M., 229. Richter, Frederick, 75, 216. Richter, H. Paul, 215. Richtmyre Charles L., 204. Rick, Lmfla S., 228. Richards Melissa A., 64, 244. Ridolfi, Andy, 251. Rieger, Geo e, 245. Ricger, Kutlifeen A., 215. Rtle , Nancy, 242. Rimhns, Charl J.. 147, 225, 253. Rimkus, Sal? J., 56. l55, 236, 243. Rindlleisch, onald L., 143, 225, 230. Ringel Marc A., 50. 149, 236, 238. mon, Cheryl K., 220. Rissman, Randy O.. l0l, 232. Kitchell, Carol J. 216. Rittenbez-ggoDaIe 243. Rlvard., tie J., 244. Roach, josep R., 69, 101, 138, 225, 227. Robbins, Bquce N.. 243. Robbins, Michael D., 231, Robbins, William A., 137, 145, 217. Roberts, Michael D., 243. Robertson, James E., jr., 148, 233. Robin, Alan L.. 59, 242. Robin, Linda M., 204. Robin, Susan C., 204. Robinson, fzoanne 109, 2l7. Robinson, ichai-fl 1-1., 121, 214. 21s. Robinson, William B.. 89, 214, 217. Robison, games B., 221. Robison, amela M., 215. Robson, Deborah R., 242. Roche, lohn l., 72, 137, 182, 204. Roche, Peter 88, 229. Roche, Ruben N. 1311. 141. 242. nodtmif, sum. J., 151, 233. Rodenbcrffr, Carol E., 86. 227. Rodgers, icltard, 46, 80. 86, 218. Roepkt, Ruben C.. 69, ss, 147, 211. Roeaing, William P., 217. Rogers, Anita A., 243. Rogers, Anne ., 46, 216. Rogers, Brian W., 143, 148. 241. Rogers, DonnaII., 85, 88, 221. Rngm, Linda ., 152, 153, 233. Ro ra Sandra, 204. Rum, james P., 87, 123, 140, 142. 214, 217. Rohr, Suzanne, 64. 244. Rohnnger, Ceclia M., 60. 218. Romack, john W., 45, 72, 86, 93, 137, 169, 204. Rome, jellery H., 229. Ronan, Rhonda A., 67, 226. Ro R 243. nen, ozanne, Roney, David W., 242. Rocker, Lee F., 2l7. Rooh, hxhn N., 245. Roolcs, NLR. 86, 214. 217. Rooney, Ro Mr.. 4s.2z5. 250. Rosberg, Cordon H., 105. l57, 204. Rose, Chris J., 69, 159, 225, 230. Rose lra J., 215. Roscier, Llnda M.. 228. Rosen Alan R., 204, 230. Rosen, Gale N., 233. Rosen, Georgle, l00,10l. 103, 214. 219. Rosen, Made ine A., 240. Rosen, Martin A., l46, 204. Rosen, Mitchell, 238, 146. Rosen. Robert I., 239. Aaron P., 221. Rosenberg, Rosenberg, Bruce D., 128. 145, 225. 231. Rosenberg, ,games C., 56, l05, 230. Rosenberg, ane A., 232. Rosenberg, Nancy B., 225, 228. Rosenberg, Susan D., 51, 226. Roseniels, Ellen, 238. Rosenfels, Robert, 147, 160, 215. Rosenthal, Cy 85, 217. Rosenthal David M., 227. Rosenwalzi, Lawrence A., 56, 69, l49, 236, 237. Rosenzweig, Ilene, 214, 215. Roxgzweig, Lawrence, 125, 143, 148, Ronin, Laurel J., 245. Rosner Judith D., 95, Ill, 204. Ross, Thompson, 183, 204. Ross, Cary P., 2l8. Ross, Karen R., 204. Ross, Nanci L., 244. Robert R., 75, 146. 219. Ross, Roaser, James B., 131, 146, 225. Rossi, James S.. 244. Rossiter, Peter L., 69, 236. 241. Rosamim, Dale S., l-16, 238. 229. 254 Ruston, a VY.. 204. Ruston, can A., 204. Ruston uditli L., 87, 244. Rom, Laurie A., 243. Roth Thomas C., 89, l37. l60. 215. lmhimf, cm B., 219. Rothennel, Charles T., 204. Rothermel, Sam A., 147, 158, 242. Rothman, Gail S., 225, 228. Rothschild, Delana, 216. Rothschild, Kim, 89 13s, 244. imma, Betty R., 933, 204. Rotman jesse L., 23l. Rom, llussell 103, 228. Rottman, Davi L., 245. Rowell, ohn B. IS3. Rowell. oseph C., 204. R0kCharles T., Lf., 141, 2-Il. Ru ns, Kenneth ., 89, 241. Rubens, Richard A., 89, 158, 20-I. Rubenstein, Adrian: S., 244. Rubenstein, Mark I., l45. 235. Rubenstein, Nancy B., 60, 225. 227. Rubenstein Sally A., 236, 245. Rubin, Richard c., 241. Rubin, Robert W., 158, 182. 204, Rubin, Ross Ned, 239. Rubinoff, Ellen, 2l5. Rubinolf, Lynn, 236, 238. Rudtiock, James R., 60, 229. Rudtgcr, Peter C., 204. Rudy, Charles S. 242. Ruhe, Nancy, l03, 182, las, 204. Ruhl, Jeanne E.. 240. Rumi, ,ian K., 244. Rumme , Cvnthia D., 89. 229. Rundle, ,loan B.. 153, 244. Rundle, Steven M., 146, 2l6. Runnefeldt, Frank O., 221. Rupa, Bcmard D., 182, 204. Rus-111, Ruth 220. Ruin., lllohn V.. 236, 239. Rustn oben B. 214, 217. Russell, charm M., 146, 15s, 241. Russell. Gregor A., 238. Russell, kmhn TX, 204. Russell, obert, IOS, 204. Russo, Andrew J., HB, 239. Rutherford, Evan T., 86, HS. l-IR. Ryan, John P. 147, 161. 204. Ryerson. Ann b.. 151, 204. Ryerson, Claire E., 232. S Sachs, Barbara S.. 225, 233. Sachs, Edward M.. gr.. 69. 89, I37. 221. Sachs, Mark H., 23 . Sacira, 'lames G., 75, 146, 215. Sadtn, mda R., 240. Nikki L., 221. r, Jfqmyce L., 240. Safran, hnmas L., lS2. 204. Saflef, Charles T., 237. Sa -lm, John W., 86, 221. Saggger, Caroline J., 83, 85. IO4. I05. Salk, Andrea M., 204. Salmonson, Linda L., 228. Salstone, Susan ,In 152. 201. Salvano, Marsha l W.. 245. Salzenstein, Dianne, 245. Salzman, Elizabeth C., 83. 217. Laurie L., 87, 2l6, VVcndie S., 50, 240. lndith F., 225, 2SI. Linfla C., ss, 214, 215. David A., 89, l59, 241. David E,, HS, l58, 238. Iell' P., 160, 204. Lawrence R., 219. Thomas R.. 145, 238. Sadin, Sang: Sammcth, Sammeth, Sampson, Sampson, Samuels, Samuels, Samuels, Samuels, Samuels, Samuelson Elwine F., 106, 182, Sanabria, Pamela R., 245, Sanborn, Timothy A., 146, 230. Sanders, Carolyn C., 228. Sanders, Marsha A., 226. Sanderson, Richard B., 89, 242. Sanderson, VVllliam J., 231. Sandler, Morris A., l39, 23l. Sandquist, Deborah, I5l, 226. Sandquist, Sall A., 243. Sanger, Scott Hli, 145. 237. Santostefano, Frank, 239. Santostefano, Salvino, 204. Saper, Roberta C.. 220. Saracino, Isabel M., 63, 23l. Sargent. Robert F., 230. Satin, Marilyn jo, 245. Sauer, Laurence D., 204. Paul A., 181. 230. 204 . Sauer. Saunders, Pamela. 153, 227. Paul S.. 225, 231. Sauser, Sauter, Nancy B.. 230. Savage, Frances I., 88, 107. 225. 233. gavage, Henry H., 204. avage Lewis M., 2l8. Savafie, Robert E., 22l. Savi e Sharon A., 226. savncciii, Steven C.. 138, 239. Sax Wynne R., 216. stain-1, sum P. 225, 233. Sc ach1e1,J0e1d.. 143, 225. 251. Schaefer, Midi-th L., 88, 238. 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Schwartz, Schwartz, Schwartz, Schwartz 230. ane R., 86, 88. 225. oan E., 236, 244. ulie K., 226. o Ellen 86 Schwechter, Kllarlt 241. Schwechtcr, Marlene fl., 231. Scott, Andrea R., 225, 227. Scott, Manha J., 46, 22l. Scott, Nancy A., 46, 245. sqm, Robert G., 137, 219. Scott. Susan E., 225, 232. Scranton, Stephanie, 236. 243. Scully, Michael J., 229. Seaman, hmathan, 2l5. Seaman, ary E., 54, 64, 225. 227. Searles, Barr ii, 75. l46, 220. Searles, Sarah ., 153, 236. 244. Seaton, Susan J., 64, l5l. 154, 205. Scdnrc. John, 88, 89. 182, 205. seawick, Sally P., ss. 155. 225. 233. Sccfeldt, Cheryl J.. fos. Scehafer,-Charles R.. 22l. Segall, Llnda A., 225, 232. Segersten, Cordon R., 72, 120. l-40, 146, 2l7. Seibold, Katherine L. 235. 243, sciboid, Laura H., 86. 205, Seifert, Mari: M.. 85. 205. Seiter, Char es H., 158, 256, 239. Seitrr Frank j., 225, 231. Self, bum E., 211. Rorick A.. 59. l03. 232. Sellers, Sellers, Sel ling. 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Linda Sue, 64 245. Melinda A., si, 215. Ronyaglt, 233. Sally, 6, so, 205. Mark J., 233. Ceollrey J. 141, 241. c D , 257 Sherman, Shemxan, Sherman, Sherman, Sherman, Sherman, Sherwin, Shidaker, Shidaker, milf ', . Shilllett, Ann arie, 245. Shifrin, gulie Ann, 226. Shimane , Karen L... 216. Shtmanelt, Regina C., 2l9. Shimanek Vema A., 230. shaman, into 205. shaman. Michiim, sv, 207. shoch, jam, E. 149, 225, 230. szmtey, sum it., 64, 153, zss. Shodeen, Donna L., 75, 151. Shggtraker, Theodore H., 88, 146, 225, Shore, M. Sandra, 153, 237. Shoresman, Daniel, 89, 205. Short, Allen T., 205. Shortridge, James R., 138, 141, 239. Showerman john B., 69, 242. shaman, time A., 241. Siden, Carol J., 240. Sidman, Richard A., 87, 233. Sldneff, Frederick L., 160, 205. Siebe , Robert F. 128, 145. Siebel, William E., 205. Siegel, Dennis M., 205. Siegel, Edward C., 229. Siegel, itgdan D., 232. Siever, lie A., 2l6. Siglin, I. Stevenk-ilr., 141, 237. Sigman, Helene ., 332. si ond, Mark H., ss 145, 214, 217. sag, cm 4., 159, 253. Silber Marcia L., 182, 205. Silberherg., David, xss, 205. Silberber , Ellen Sue, 245. Sillars, lgathcrine B., 221. Silver, Mn: S., 106. lll, 205. Silver, argaret 240. Silver, Sharon lil.. 215. Silverman, Judd M., 2l9. Simmon, Marciag., 218. Simmon, Paul, 2 l. Simmons, Robert L., 146, 158, 225, 233. Simon, Alan E. lOl, 225, 232. simon, Harriet b., 219. Simon, onathan L., 242. Simon, uslin D., l0l, 225, 233. Simon, ane!! L., 226. Simon, Ned ., 23l. Simon, Sheryl 243. simon, Toni C.. 220. Simons, Linda E., 227. Simons, Susan C., 110, lll, l5l, 216. ohn L., 85, 205. uliet B.. 245. ' ' ' L 53 232. Simpson, S1mpson, Simpson, trgtnla . Sinclair, Laurence, 231. i Sinclair, Robin B. 86 205. Sinding Thomas A., jr., 229. Singer, Phyllis A., 226. Singsen, Sarah E. 139, 242. singm, William b., ua, 141, 1514, 205 Siskimllongthan D., 149 236., 241. sim, mm. c., 151, 155, 231. Sklar, Barbara F., 2l4, 2l9. Sklar, Hariett: B.. l5l, 2l5. Skolnik, Roberta C., 2l8. Skor, Barbara B., 49, 226. Slack, Peter D., 241. Slaght, Elizabeth tg., 85, 221. Slive, Jacqueline ., 244. Sloane. Marsha, 205. Sloss, Karen L.. 220. Sloss Roar J., 89, HI, 241. sluuity, mme, ss, 131, 216. Slutzlty Rodney 87 88, l38, 243. Small ,hlichaelS.,7l2 137 216. Smart, Zahn, 45 72, lsv, i47, 161, 205. andacezl 244 smith, . . . Smith, craig R. jf., ws, 242. smith, Donald A., sv. 146 15s, 241. Golf 'rn 143, 225, iss. Lama , 216 athleen A., 89, 153, 216. Smith, Smith, S ' h, ml! Smith, Leslie J., 215. Smith, Llnda Ann, 238. Smith, Linda Lee, 240. Smith, Stanley jr., 217. Smith, Stephanie S., 220. Smith, Susan K., 153, 226. Smith Suzanne 244. Smith, Thomas E., l57, 205. Smith. Thomas Knox, 242. Smith, Timothy' V., 23l. Valerie A.. 46, l5l, 220. Smith, Smith, William, l58, 205. Smithers D. Darragb, 151 233. srrrourr, llnnell s., iss, 265. Smyth, Lolita M., 225, 227. Smyth, onne R. 64 245. Sniader Barbara 226. Snorf, Paula A., 182, 183, 205. Snower, Marsha R. 215. Snyder, Elaine F., 219. Sn der, Kevan M., 244. Sobel, flames D. 205. som, ohm. sl, 215. Soderltrom, Scott L. 49, 86, 214, sqm, Richard F., s'7 241. Solar Nina o., ss, 236, 240. sollfrredric, so, 137, 220. Solhs, Todd B., 86, 139, 216. Sollman, Jan A. 87, 89, 227. Solomon, inn.. A., 153, 214, 220. Solomon, largaret A.. 231. Solomon, Roberta S. 64, 232. Sonn,W111iam J., 1118, 242. Sonneborn, Robert E. 160, 205. 215. Sopkin, Paula. ss, 225. Sort, Walter L., jr., 87, 242. Sor in, Naomi D., 153, 236, 238. Sorkin, Rafael D., 88, 182, 183, 205. Sasna, David E., 182, 205. Southwiclt, Charles, 138, 201. Southwlck Sandra, 206. Spalding, qrhrr L. 182 206. Spanjer, C arence iz., 121, 124, 143, 227. Span er, Clayton P., 243. Sparlierg, Linda B. 85, 215. spm, Robert s.. 266. Spatz, William L., 238. Spear, Cllllord R., 227. Speciale, Concena M., 230. Spector, Marsha A., 238. Spencer, Barbara E., 245. Spenker, Elizabeth A., S5 221. Spertus, Anna E., 74, 103, 182, 183, 206. Spicer Randall D., 146, 239. spirgri, Evelyn ss, ss, 218. Spiegel josefph ., 149, 206. Spier Jenni er, 89, 228. Spierling Susan G., 216. spar.-1, jetirfy w., 12, 137, 206. Spiro, Alison l. 228. Sprague, hind A.. 240. Spmgue, artha L., 86, 218. Sprenger, Cathy, 64, 153, 232. Springer, Barton j., 130, 146, 206. Sprin er Mark R., 158, 226. Spmvgl, 'susan G., sv, 221. Spurry, David C., 87, 231. Spurway, Raye 217. Staerltel, Scott WV. 148, 230. Stafford, Patricia ., 229. Stagman, Barrii ., 85, 214, 215. Stagman, Eda ., 64, 244. Sta m, Arlene C., 218. Staller, Mark R. Stanek, Robert ci 226. 147 206. Stangle, Thomas R., 219. snr, Robert M., 72, 147, 157, 158, 206. g'a'iJJ1i"'1'l' Mi 206 tau ar ara ., . snub, s.-.mir-.1 L., ss, 225, 221. Staub, Susan D., 85, 93,l82, 206. Steadman Sarah E., 87, 225, 226. Steadry, lireclericln A., 52, ss, 91, 139, 181, 182, l83, 206. Sted'e, john E., 138. Stellihn, Paul JL, 229. 3"i""1i'K" 11.23, 333' tem, e ra , , . gtein, Myrna Lolti, 4366230 llln Cr! an r, . srrarrimlr, Barbara, 214 220. Steinberg, Francine 1., 206. Steinberg, time S., 214, 220. Steinberg, ichael, 146, 218. Steinberg, Miriam, 106, Ill, 182, 183, 206. Steinberg, Morton, 110, 111, 206. Steinberi Wayne C., 217. Steiner, athryn A., 155, 227. Steiner, Stanley f., 243. Steinhorn, Rona d. 243. Stem, Lawrence N.. 241. Slentz, Carole, 63. 221. Ste lton, David WV., 87, 138, 143, 148, 56, 244. Stepelton, Douglas A., 157, 205. Stegmolgans, Deborah J., 180, 181, 182, Stephens, Grefnry A., 216. Stephens, Wll iam j., 68, 59, 72, 103, 160, 161, 182, 206. Stephenson, Arthur R., 140, 141, 214, 217. Stergios, Andrea, 206. Stern, Allan H., 52, 58, 88, 89, l83,206. Stern, Bonnie L., 236, 245. Stern, Gary M. 75, 146, 183, 206. Stern, Harriet R., 232. Stern, iellrey S., 149, 236, 242. Stern, inda F., 245. Stern Michael A 214 218. srrrrrixrg Michael w., 236, 242. steven., carol L., 46 153, 240. Stevens, Denise L., 232. Stewart, Hal S. R., 69, 219. Stewart Thomas A., 146, 236, 241. sndrgoia, mar. c., 206. suck old Robert A., 182, las, 206. Stickfer, kenneth B., 206. Stickler Sha n M., 206. Stiles, gamesrlf, 218. Stiles, um R. se, 151, 153, 225, 235. srillermrr, srrplrcrr H., as, 206. Stillen-nan, Susan, 87, 243. gline, Stgen S,l22.35g32. siililih, xiii.. 151' 154, 106. Stixrood David M., 143, 158, 239. Stokes, Winsoott G. 147, 230. sr-fff'.1-xml... 1 1 , ur ., , . Stglkiii Rilznald J., ,72, 140, 160, 206. Stolle, lhrbara J., 232. Stolle, Louis J. 85, 221. Stollemxan Lee b., ss, 218. Stone, Cvnlhia M., 64, 240. Stone, Elizabeth S., 86, 220. Stone, 5stherEL.,2g-34. 1 , ., . Stghich 'iiiiym W.. 159, 225, 233. gtomi, :lime J., 1 ., . srgili, Sjgfn F. 145, 159, 225, 235. Emvrlr, hgrleya SUE 2339 1 , a . . sriiirgriii, 1vii'rgirrrr b., 62, 169, 182, 20 . Straus, James R. 221. Strauss, Cheryl lf., 233. Strauss, Diane M., 240. gtraus?,l1renesA., 228. 229 t ox , uzanne, . Stiihgfzllmz Waller, 145, 205. srrohrr., Miclhael 2153. Struggles John ., 12 , 138, 141, 238. Stryker, Rarbara A., sa, 209. Stuart, Duncan K., 128, 145. 183, 206 Stuart, Mary C., 87, 151, 153, 233. Sluclzer, Darren M., 229. Stuckslager, Mellnda, 233. Studl, Peter J., 244. Stultz, Richard S., 72, 135, I47, 182, 20Q. Sturgts, Pamela S., 242. Sturgis, Robert S., 205. Strum, VVilliam R., 221. Sublett, Rosanne R., 243. Subramaniam, Thavaman, 206. Suekoll, Deborah H., 66 216. Suerlh, Rosemar A.. 2511. Sullin, Ilan '1j.. 24, 1115 20s. srrllrirr, .mar L., as, 253. Sullivan, Dudley R., 241. Sullivan, Linda A., 151, 240. Sullivan, Mark J., 218. Sundberghiloanne H., 87, 238. Sundlnl ary C., 220. Swain, beter, as, 182, 206. Swanson, David F., 86, 229. Swanson, George R., 221. Swanson Richard W., 145, 146, 230. swam, Duuglas R.. 242. Swanman Gerald F., 241. Sweeney, Daniel L. 101, 205. Sweeney, Maureen 'l'., l5l, 238. Sweeney, Peggy C., 95, 240. Sweeney, Sharon F., 230. Swiryn, Laurel S., 182, 205. Swirvn, Steven P., 146, 229. Swisher, John W., 72, 137, 183, 207. Swislnw, Sandra L., 218. Switzer, lill A.. 235, 244. Swo er, Leslie L., 87. 244. Sydeql, Gill C.. 148, 236, 244. SydelI,.1udi1h K., 181, 207. Sy1ert,GreggVV., 72, 121. 140, 141, 207. Szymanski, Peter J., 207. Szymanski, Steven P., 148. 229. T Tabeta, Hiruyoshi, 86, 207. Tait. Pamela s., 245. Takill, Adrienne, 214, 221. Talbott, John B., l-10, l-il. 226. Tanzmann, Richard K., 110, 111, 207. Tatel, Barry 131. 218. Taubensee, Lmtla ,1., 87, 228. Taubensee, Mark VV., 159, 214, 217. Tauber, Barry v., 139, iss, 201. Tauber, groan B., 230. Tauber, tart J.. 89, 147, 244. Tauber, Nancy M., 227. Tauber, Terry A., 226. Taylor, Alison S., 85, 220. Taylor, Ann, 101. 228. Taylor, Barbara T., 228. Taylor, Carolyn S., 225, 232. Taylor, Celia P.. 244. Taylor, Frederick S., 217. Taylor, iennifer S., 80, 93, 182, 207. largaret A.. 207. Taylor, Taylor, Nancy H., 85, 216. Taylor, Sarah A.. 240. Taylor, Theresa L., 226. T arden, Thomas A., 72. 140, 141. 2531. , Tee le, Julie E., 244. Teihlloom, Eugene J., 226. Teller, Marilee W., 220. Temple. john R.. 230. Templeton, Susan E., 85, 219. Tenney, Lynne L.. 56, 65, 21.5. Tershel. Karen L., 238. Teton. Glenn P., 225, 230. Teton, john M., 46, 69, 236, 242. Tenor, Charles S., 242. Thalin, Gregori! S. 207. Txrmbald, Step en W., 221. Thilmany Teresa L., 231. Thomas, brunt 1-'., 207, 243. Thomas, Gretchen D., 85, 219. Thomas, Laura L., 236, 245. Thomas, Patricia L.. 207. Thomas, Scott M., 207. Thomas, Sue A., 216. Thomas, W illiam L., 207. Thompson, Alexander M., 59, 219. Thompson, Ann S., 215. Thompson, Charles E., 148, 241. Thompson, Cary E., 239. Thompson, Kathleen G., 101, 225, 232. Thompson, Linda E., 151, 244. Thompson, M. Lynn, 217. Thompson Robert C. 101 217. 'rlrorrr nl sm. E.. 236, 245. Thomlbstilrgli Luis A., 221. Thornton, Thomas E., 242. Thorp, Carol A., 207. Thorp, Susan L., 87, 230. Thorsen, Diane, 215. Thorsen, Iudltvh L., 238. Thorsen, knstme, 87, 214. 219. Thnmen, Pamela C., 64, 207. Thorsen, Richard P., 58, 72, 84, 88, 89. 137, 182, 207. Thurber, Scott J.. 148, 158, 241. Tienson, Brian G., 145, 221. Ticrnan, Marv Ann, 240. Tiger, Carol L.. 234. 240. Timm, Robert E., 121, 134, Tinen, Janice A., 216. Tinkham Richard W., 207. Ti.r1rr11, Susan w., -10, 47, 79. av 220. Tobias, Nina P., 88, 218. Tobin, David, 207. Todd, Christine R., 243. Todd, David L. 54, 214, 221. Todd, Douglas ., 147, 148, 22s. Todd, Richard ., 217. Todhunter, Ralph M., 147, 241. Todhunter, Susan J., 64, 80. 86, Tollifson, ,Ioan L., 151, 244. Tomb, Donald F., 230. Tonk, Doneha L., 89. 214, 215. ,214, 2111. To az, William N., 69, 89, 143, 225, 227. Toggng, Dean G.. 89. 145, 148, Totle,-Aria, asf Townes, Mary Q., 216. 230, Townsend, Virginia K.. 64, 75. 152, 207. Trace, Jill E., 64. Tragesscr Lynn A., 226. Trainer, tene M., 87, 232. Trainor, llohn E., 218. Treaclwel , Lavqrence, 141, 217. Tredwell. William H., 46, 137, 2 19. Tregay, George W., 158. 161, 182, 183, 207. Tregay. Jean Marie, 243. Trenkmann Ste hen A. 138. 231 Trienrrrr john 131., 147: 256, 239: Trocky, Roberta, 182, 207. Troester, Nancy J.. 87 242. Trossman, Diane M., 245. Trossman, Don C., 86, 214, 221. Trossman. Ronald L., 138, 241. Troy Steghen E.,.89, 216. Troyer, athryn. 225, 230. Troyer, Melvin L., 85, 207. Trueblood, Ann A., 214. 218. Truesdale, Michael S., 207. Trultenbrod, Robert B., 72. 89, 137. 218, 214, 219. Trukenbrod, Thomas K., 85. 213, 214. 216. Truloclc, Gregory C., 137, 207. Trulock Step len C., 133, 230. Tubbs, jrnrr D. 145, 236 239 Tucker, cynglrir 1l1., 181, 183. 2137. Tucker, Gillian L. 86, 182, 207. Tucker, kxnathan L, 242. Tucker ichard D., 231. Tullv, lilarianne, 220. Turelt, Mark A. 139, 218. Turlmvich, Lintla Lee. 244. Turner, Marilyn L., 49, 86, 225. 228. Turner, Richard B., 55, 80, 86. 92, 207. 225. Turow, Scott F., 241. Twentyman, Elizabth, 64, 86. 151. 214. Tuszynslci, James R., 215. 221. Tyler, S. jane, 85, 207. U Udesky, jlogsn, 85, 215. Ullman, llc 87 SS, 226. Underwood, falie A., 245. Unger, Pame a J., 182. 207. Unger, Wingate C., 151, 207. Uretz. Diane Carol, 245. Urquhart, Carol, 215. V Vail, Arthur H.. 111, 147, 239. Vail, Robert E., 72, 181, 207. Vailc, Robert lngiam, 236, 239. Valerto, jnsegh .. 225, 232. VanAnrooy, .aml L., 233. Vandergraaf, Margaret, 232. Vanderwicken, Sarah, 105, 216. Van Hercke, Peter J., 227. Van Hercke, Roberta 207. var. Home, 1cri.urrr'M., 46, 227. Van Kennen, Harriet G., l52, 153, 220 Van Meenen, Laurette, 215. Van Treuren, Barbara, 233. Q Diana Gail ss 153, 225, 226 Varge , , , . Varner, Carson H., 75, 146, 181, 207. Varner, Gordon V., 147, 245. Venet, Cheryl L., 225, 230. Verne, Gary R. 86, 130, 221. Versonkknock Alan, 241. Vetter, rge W., 93, 207. Victor, Linda jo, 225, 226. Vierra, Emest Leslie, 239. Viezbiclte, Valerie J. 245. Viezbirlte, Virginia li., 85, 207. Vihon, Hilcne F., 240. Vogel, Rmes George, 219. Vogel, illiam M., 239. Volgts, Richard S., 232. Volckens, John WV., 72 75, 146, 217. Vnlny, Linda Susan, 210. Volny, Sally Jeanne 233. von Ammon, Eric d., 89, 242. Von Ammon Victoria, 218, Voss,Donalm1 E., 159 217. Voss, Rana Lynn, 223 233. voysryurgregg, ss, 61, 169, 180, 181 182 8 . Vraneb E1-icA., 143, 228. vyr., 'Ilhomas E., 146. 220. W Wagner, Holly Sue, 225, 228. Wagner, oseph, 123, 142, 156, 207. Wa ner, udith L., 226. Wahler, ruce A., 89, 215. Wahler James Alan, 236, 245. Waite, 17aula Lee, 237. Wald, Bruce L., 145, 149, 214, 220. Waldack, Christine A., 215. Waldman, Randy lean, 225, 232. ivaldman, Robertll., 46, 139, 141. 159, 233. Waldo, Pamela W., 232. Wlales, Barry B.. 109 219. Walker, Baird w., 230, 241. Walker, Carol, 231. Walker, Georiianna, 238. Walker, Rav ., 85, 130 146, 219. wrnrrr, srrm c., 60, 123, 239. Walker, Victor E., 143, 241. Wallace, Mme: A. jr., 245. Wallace, athew 3., 238. Yvallace, Richard C., 87, 236, 239. Wallace, William E., 239. WVallace, VVi11iam L., 217. Wallach, goan S., 240. Walling, usan K. 226. warlirrg, Thomas 15... 201. Wallsten, James M., 232. Walsh, Kathleen E., 207. YVa1sh1n Barbara E. 220. YValter, john R., 113, 137, 215. WVa1ton, ames D., 86, 89, 214, 219. Walton, K ames W., 80, 121, 138, 141, 145. 229. Wange, Susan C., 215. Wan er Susan, 219. Warcl, a R., 238. Ward, olm L., 207. Ward, inda A., 236, 243. Ward, Nancy A., 245. Ward. Phill? C., 232. Wardner, Ro fe A. 139 219. xvarlmrr Ruben S. 225, 231. Warner, earol A., 215. Warner, Carol V., 86, 232. Warner, Dorothy G., 244. Deanne L. 232 w , . vviixii, john J.. 45, 55, 208. rm 11 F 259 Warren, A . . Wascher, W1 11am D., 239. Washburn, Karen S. 151, 245. Waterbury. Donald A 140, 220. warrrrrn, Susan J., -il, so, ss, ss, 20s Vilatelstradt, jennller, 208. Watkins. Lucy S., 244. VVat1tins. Marjorie B., 218. 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