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

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' 'inf 'W fllurlrllf 1H1IIlIl1Ill7 l0,2tl1'lI 5 fMil,xmnb tllgdvlrl lPurl4'r1 7 wk ' wi Published by the students of New Trier Township High School East. Winnetka. Illinois. ECHOES I969 Leadership and Service Sfory Direc+ory Clubs Creafive Arfs Sfory Direc+ory Communicafions S+ory Direcfory A+hIe1'ics Sfory Direc+ory Academics Adminisfraiion S'I'ory Diredory Fuculfy , W Classes Siory H A W Direcfory Pqfrons e . s Index s Student Council campaign posters in a Student C'ouneil-operated study hall put ideas in studious heads. tMvit'rJ GEMM t gf H t ga ,,,gQAh ' ' ' WV CMH Responstbtltt watt-Q2 e and response Spanish. study hall. history. lunch. study hall, study hall .... So might go an underclassmatfs daily schedule. And then-senior year and freedom. This freedom. tem- pered by responsibility. was bestowed upon seniors this year by Student Council and allowed them liberation from confining study halls along with a chance to decide for themselves how to spend their free time. Under Senior Responsibility. a senior could go to the cafeteria for group study during his free periods. Or he could go to a quiet study hall or to the student lounge to talk. listen to music. and get a drink from the newly- installed Coke machine. This plan was so successful that a Junior Extension Plan was proposed by Student Council. ln addition. Council continued the older. established responsibilities of the student body by revising the stu- dent study hall system. continuing the Dining Hall Rc- sponsibility plan and extending Student Teaching Week ,, SS ...M -ytt ts M., 'Nam S. lixen though seniors have the right to romp in the Student Lounge. there are always those who still study with determination in the awe- some quiet ol' Room I73. tI'orrt'rl Xl Student C"ounciIN lollege Hour. Iwo Ixy league cundidalex receive an inxide View from one who knuvu. lfflllfllllf ERS!! VE? l.1bex'uled xenimw enjoy NlilNlIlLiliI1g COIWXCINLIUUII in the Slude Lounge, rfimlwnl Nlr. Umizxlxoru. un wld pm Lu Student Councild iniliutex new eu- y xpomor, Nh. Sxuuxen. to the uelixuiex ul the orgunizzllion. iI'1u'1f'rI 1941 lllnbkl . 1 LILAMM A l49l?a! i. sfasz ' la! N N 'Q uillutll Slit .ga ll al el glam :f liri-Ship sells last minute lagniappe tickets lo adults only lMil- xnllll They TRI harder Tri-Ship is an organization that series both school and community with activities ranging from a charity drixe that raised money for starving Bialrans to Lagniappe w hieh provided funds for senior boys' scholarships while presenting a controversial new look at lovc. 'liri-Ship's service groups such as Ticket Committee and Usher Corps continued to serve at many school and town- ship allairs. principalli performing arts activities and sporting events, There were sexeral successful innoxations this year. The Christmas tree sale. an entirely new venture. was well-received by the community. and will undoubtedly he repeated next year. ln addition. rep meetings were in- creased to two weekly to augment student participation. By combining willingness to change with worthwhile new programs. Tri-Ship kept pace with New Trier's stu- dent body. Lfslier Corpsnian. Mark Selby. passes Ulll information on the exenings program. lI'orn'rl l i An important service of sophomore Tri-Ship members is collect- ing the daily attendance records from advisories. l'Hvit'1'i Iihe essence of Tri-Shipk existence i5 its ofiice. tPm'lw'1 L -Sv Qs. , 1. .JPN ff S5 if we Q-is A . S. 'mf .-5 A I wi Q in i Kim 'e -NA ky W Santa Claus ix coming to town. tMil.tun1l we , , , . Ettthttsiatsttt is not one QQ W, X1 of the three xhips. IUIIM Illli "Yea. Rah. lt's Girls' Club!" A lliclier ol amunemenl crosses the faces of Miss Kixmiller and Min Veuch at the Freshmen-Senior Hug party. 1131101111 Girls' Club President. ,lenny Jaffe. rudiulex contagious Friendly Day cheer and spirit. 1120111113 5 6 Barb Cieillmzinn. Nursery Stall' volunteer, wznlches the playful unliex of children :il the Holy C'omf0rler c1l'llll'Cl1. tMil,mnrl That problems-exist-tot'-treshmen-only-so-seniors-can-soINe-them is the philosophy of the Freshmen-Helper program, t.lIciw't Some are quiet. others loud. even occasionally obnox- ious. but all are concerned. anxious to improve their school. their community. their world. "Yea! Rah! lt's Girls' Club!" The enthusiasm of these girls was displayed in Friendly Week's dress up day flose your cool because "Nobody's Perfect"J and the Daddy Daughter Dinner Dance. "Lov- ing You Has Made Me Bananas." Also successful was the new approach to the annual fall charity drive which earned funds for the starving people of Biafra. This year, students earned the money by doing odd jobs for township residents rather than simply requesting donations. The project netted nearly three times the amount ot' money gained in any previous drive. The queen and court of Girls' Club reign over the festive homecoming ptride lxfllwlllll Sat Saturday's child urday morning lutoi Stexe Cireen points his tutee in the right eetion with a few sound words of advice. tllyflvzil Every Saturday morning l75 New Trier students set out for various destinations in the city to tind out about themselves and their position in a changing urban society. The Cook County Hospital. Illinois State Mental Hos- pital. Montrose Urban Progress Center. and Noyes and Orrington Schools in Evanston. are a few of the centers where Social Service members sparked their tutee's interl ests in academic subjects. Sports. dancing. and movies were means of stimulating enthusiasm. Tutors participated in weekly seminars where they discussed problems encountered in the tield and future plans. Ambitious idealism was soon refined and the sensitive l student found value in a quiet hour of understanding and l helping someone else. good book and a real friend are all that are needed to make this little girl smile, tUgu't'nfI lrcex I0 he LllNll'llWlllCil in cunjunelion with the Social Serviue pmgiuuii ure gixen lim hiimilc ll1NIl'llCllUI1N helure their juurney dim nlovs ri. I.1Iil.mm l 1 - -H ---- -f - B S I 1 Huh Rumlzill und hix Iulee huild their friendship. film u 1" ' , s g I -Q Y, nimtjwmm-QQ, i 5 Sw if i .v w v mv- -"" .J ' M. A weekly seminar gives Social Serviue niemherx El ehzinee IU ex- eh Lmge llhfll xieiu, l,llffi'wJ 'L A49 f iv 5 Cheers. How could one describe the eollective excitement of 300 girls at a winning basketball ganie? Was it genuine school spirit. loyalty to the boys. or just the fun of screaming ecstatically? However this enthusiasm is de- seribed. it was stimulated by Pep Club. which enjoyed a successful innovative year under the leadership ol' Kathi Davidson. president Nancy Houlek. vice-presidentg and Betsy Ingersoll. seeretary-treasurer. This year every girl in the school was a member. a spirit breakfast and dinner were introduced. and New Trier's lirst Homecoming was a spiritual victory. lt seemed that Pep Club was linally winning the war against apathy. leie Hines, eioss eouniry team n.eniber. eonies thiotigh fo: he lit- ,, tl .ins at the annual Pet C lub rallx lllzlt'l'l Pep Club members display the qualities that ranked them Number Une in sehool spun Mltitfl President Mark Selby and member Jim McNitt discuss N-Club problems at a Friday morning meeting. QMiIsoml The 'N' crowd 7' John Fyfe, an out-of-season swimmer, leads a rousing cheer. tMcfir'rj v v i'er en. Contrary to the assumption of most students. N-Club is not merely an organization of athletes who wear white sweaters. N-Club members, by virtue of their many hours of active participation in practice and games, are given the opportunity to perform services for the school and their fellow students. In addition. they voluntarily sub- mit themselves to the rigorous Athletic code. Led by the cheerleaders, Pom-Pom girls, and Mark Selby. president, Peter Butler, vice-presidentg Bob Lewis. secretary, and Howie Davidson. treasurer. N-Club's 50 members met in the Student Lounge every Friday morning. Sports service NT GUARD Patil Beiersdorf explains the principles of swimming to township bathing beauties. "Now. the whole idea is to stay alioatf' tMeivrj Swimming provides many hours of enjoyment for those who are willing to spend time learning the various tech- niques. Every Saturday morning, the members of the New Trier Guard gave swimming instruction to 3,000 chil- dren from the township. In these lessons. emphasis was placed on individual training rather than on group ses- sions. Each child was coached according to his own spe- cific weaknesses. Headed by Jim McLaren and Ann Der- ry. the Guard. 100 strong, conducted Boy Scout programs and kept the community in the swim on Wednesday nights. l GYM LEADERS One function of the Gym Leaders is to teach people how to swing. tMeit'rl Perhaps one of the least rewarded, yet most indispensa- ble services performed at New Trier is that of the Gym Leaders. Receiving no athletic letter or any other official recognition, the members of the Gymnastics team and other volunteers provided instruction in the basic gym- nastic routines in physical education classes. According to Coach Earl Schabel, sponsor of the Leaders. "Without the Gym Leaders. there would bc no gymnastics program at New Trier." Academic therap One of the Strongest bonds between students of all ages is that well-known panic that sets in when the time-hon- ored study methods of procrastinating. cramming. and sleeping in class fail. Hundreds of students found a mirac- ulous .alternative in the Student Tutoring ollice. They found that with time and conscientious study under the supervision of a volunteer tutor. they could conquer even the most formidable algebra problems and French verbs. Help was offered in all areas under the guidance of stu- dent eo-heads Gail Lippman and Craig Johnson and fae- ulty adviser Miss Katherine Foss. This door is always left open for those who need a little help. l Ogtleri l 1 nminL spirit ot u oi imc oinson s iriounds het tutee Jim Rubens. with an aura ol' learning. lf2L'tll'lll Bibi Gleiss and Debbie Gilbert discover a mutual interest in contemporary music. tOgdt'nl l l A decade of friendship Building upon a decade ot' success. AFS continued to promote peace and understanding between countries through interpersonal contact. The implementation ol' the goals of AFS was achieved through the student exchange program and student participation in supporting activities. This year's exchange students: Sabine Gleiss tGcrma- ny J. Vonny Simon lFrancel. l.ena Libcrato tPortugall. Marcello Sternberg tArgentinaJ. Joanna Hall tlinglandl. and New Trier's Laura Lewis in West Germany contrib- uted most to the success of AFS by adapting to a new environment and building new friendships. To allow AFS students to describe their eountry's cus- toms and to raise money for future exchange students. AFS sponsored informal discussions with AFS'ers. the fall candy drive. the spring tilm festival. and the weekend which acquainted AFS students from all over Illinois with New Trier students. fellow AFS'ers. and Chicago. AFS owed the success of these activities to the leadership ot' Mr. Earle Metzger. sponsor. and the AFS board and otli- cers led by .lohn Peterson. My si ft e.s-twsfws-W.sn1t-s-qqggq '49 . ' 'H--. .. . ti Mew' ' wall f- -. ss it -Q ff 'SHG This chocolate is driving me crazy!" tilflilwfizl Lost and found Frank Consicline diligently executes his daily job of returning lost and found items to negligent students. tliooihj ' - '- ' i .Nil 3 ,- -"" 'ff l s l Q s e ll 9 tgtg if S? it gi .swf 2, I. slag Bulletin corps Bulletin Corps members Sherrie Sauder and Sharon Evans effici- ently and speedily distribute attendance bulletins throughout New Trier. tBnofl1y S ' l Spheres of interest Discussion at a Future Teachers of America meeting helps mem- bers to understand the complex role of the modern teacher. fMeit'rl From the shufhe of chalk against the blackboard to soft strains of music drifting through the air. From the hurry and excitement of Wall Street to wistful. languid dreams of far away places. From gazing at stars and multitudi- nous microscopic life to gazing into the future at possible careers. This is a part of the scope and diversity of clubs. This year four new clubs. Hosteling, Yoga, 5O's, and Republicrats, widened the scope. Perhaps the individual club member wanted to develop a special interest. Maybe he wanted to share his know- ledge with his classmates and, in so doing, learn some- thing himself. No matter which of these purposes he had in mind, he sought companionship and a sense of belong- ing in an activity he enjoyed. Belonging meant that the day of the club meeting seemed just a little bit shorter and more bearable because there was something to look for- ward to. The meeting was an oasis at the end of a hard day. It meant that for a small investment of time, for a few hours that otherwise might be unprofitable, there would be enjoyable activity and happy camaraderie. The hand of a Chess Club member tenses before attacking. tNlzfiz'1'l Biology. Club members Search for clues into nature's mystery at the Indiana Sand Dunes. fslflllilll Dr. Tztrkington explores the complex subject of bruin tlunuigt with un Acsculztpiun audience. fiN1fl.YI7HIl Alpha: Tricri members examine the last remaining leaf of the Num mer with their telegcope before turning their attention to thc xkies tl'nrItfrl he Russian Kazuchok. Lenin. and red flags - ull part of an Russian Club meeting. UW1'it'l'j W' il lu 1 lxxlc Hllllklllllllllll. u lixiug cxzuuple ul old Cncrumu Irzuluum. lsudx an Ql'!1l.ll1 C'lul1 LllNClISNlUl1, KMiluuul lilllll Clulw lllt,'llll7ClN gnu umm thc future by uouxulliug thc signx ur the lULll1lk'. l.llf'if'1'l 32 1 CLUBS French foreign exchange sunlcins. Yunny Simon and Sylvie Juudun. proudly dixpluy the llag of their country to fellow mcinlwcix i' wave, Mcinbcrx of thc Spanish Club liml that lllCl'C is niimrc lo learning the pulienls ul Cool-, C oiinly Hmpilnl. lllilifmzl '--mf' of the French Club. lliuvirial fl' jx, ai NY Q 1 Z, . 4 4 W , 2 ,ei a. lg f . s. W '95 ws , If , . Q 4 Q if -a ,, . liingiizigc lhain uuniiiguling xerhx. in they ilcuurzilc OI'llLllIlClllN lui' f, , L 1m M, ,, . gg A relaxing stop at an park. u warming tire. a delicious charred hot og . . . but thc Hoslclers must push on tu Chicago. fAm1'r11.vxl Frcc Reed ruenmhcra are :med by lhc mechanical mastery of their xponsor. M11 Ruckey. ax he mscmblex an acuordian. tMvif'ri CLUBS nuulliuns find QIHHIXCIIICIII in the time url of mulhc- lenxion huiiding. Model C lub IIHCIIIIWCIN prepare fm' the big HulImxc'cn ruse. ' ILIN. t.'U4'fw'J fIX'tI1'iHlll - , iff 3,5 ga vim f' X 5 Mr. P4111 Rcixingcr explains lu u Frcwhnmn Mulh Club member thul Fcrmul nexcl knew xxlml he mn gelling inlo, 1Mil,mmJ Thu cnol can of the SHRKIIII1 hmc il well time in front ufl?dsel'sl10llexI mudcl, Mlilwlrlb In front of ll lmzumi conlzxiniglg the nnmc of unc ol' New VlATiCl'.S main rivals, Rcpublicrul prcaidcnl Dun l"1'icdmun lends Ll discumion on u di!- fcrcnl tkmrm ut rixulry. liml buluccn lJer1mcruIx:1mi Rcpnhliuzxns, 1Mil- Xlllllb ,., ' iw M11 PCICISOII :xml Cicugmphy club I11CIlll3CI"x 'z " ' V linilcwl Slul 1x1w.I through the vx xizn ll map um! thc imugimnlinm. flhffzwl F29 We ave Hiiguliilv voices lm ivpiniim im lim .md order during za dclmlc of thc mer-probing Human Rclziliivm Forum. 1.Vf'if'1I CLUBS A Lew C lub nicmlwi prcpiilcx Iur lhc culimriiilion ul the plmln phcrk crezilixc proccw :ix xhc de-xclopx hc: film. Hluilvril leslic Millenson brings il thought. ll wixh. and il sung lu "Wai fur ihc Sunf Folk Sociclyk cotfcehiminsc. Hli!,iim1J i 3 7 gm .ludy Bzinihcrger smiles zipprovingly :md kzithic Ahrams vuitchcs amimisly :is Paula Gclden plays her cmd shrcvtdly. lI'nm'rl . Stump and Coin Club hczxrs the stump of succcss in the cycs ol cnthusizistic collectors. tflytlnlil A detached view of thc Financial Club shows intense discussion ol eco' mimic 6X ploits. lPm'l4'1'l W '12 n CLUBS fu-Y ,Xmalcux Radio C lub member Arnie PCICIN likcx hc called 21 hum. 1,'Ylilwn1l mnunqqk an ' msgs, Az' ff is 4 Frank Spies hclpx n new member wr' thc K umpulcr C lub lcuun thc dithuull language ot Ihc computer. KI'nm'rP Do your own thing A painter or photographer exploring new approaches to his subject , . . a musician absorbed in the sounds of music written ages ago . . . a writer searching for words to express his ideas and emotions . . . this is cre- ative arts. Potential authors. poets, or playwrights developed their imagination and talents in a challenging creative writing class under the guidance of Mrs. Peggy Pink. The student musician found great satisfaction in work- ing with others in an effort to successfully perform mu- sical masterpieces. Individual singers and instrumental- ists were provided the opportunity to display their tal- ents during the seasonal festivals and the Senior Scholar- ship Concert. Art opened another channel for self-expression through such classes as ceramics. sculpture. and painting. The spring art show exhibited original projects of the most creative students. The photography student experimented with his origi- nality as he explored all aspects of picture taking. He put something of himself into his pictures as he discovered different methods of approaching common objects and depicting moods and emotions. Three stages of the artistic process: Edie Wetzel begins work on her lithographg a finished piece of sculpture is the visible result ol' a creative ideag Marcia Wexler increases her sensitivity by oh- serving the works of other artists. tOga'cn, Meier. Ogrlvni g,.iL'3m1!35'?"'f'9'9J35 A F 'N g L ' 1' fm Y . pf " ' i' 2 ' V" -' Q.: 1- , . .- ' -- I ,K W M 552, Win Q The smell ol the greasepaint... The roar ol the crowd "The Bovl'riend." ".l.B..'i "For fkdults Only." "West Side Storyf' "Death ot' a Salesmanffthe titles rellcct the grcat scope and depth ol' the prodtictions ol' this ycar's Perliorniing Arts Division. "The Bovl'riend.i' directed by Mr. Robert Boyle. ol- lcrcd a light satirical view ot' thc l9Ztl's. The "won't- you-C'harleston" rhythm and the xibrant dance action ol' this Performing Arts Workshop conveyed the spirit ol' the era to the audience. ln contrast. ".l.l3.." Macl,eish's dramatic modern in- terpretation ol' the Biblical .lob. proved to be a challeng- ing portrayal ol' a man's doubts ol' God and discovers ol' human love through sullcring. "For Adults Only' was an appropriate title for this 5car's controversial l,agniappe. Alter resolving censor- ship problems. the show proceeded to explore the theme lfnseen in the shadows. stage band still plays an indispensable part in the production "The Boy Friend." tMil.voniJ Percival Brown lUoug Mel aint and titrlliiends sing the praises ol the all-iinportant boy friend. t llilwnil ol loxe while lollowing Cupids journeys on earth. Through the cllorts ol' student writers and composers. board members. Cast. Lagniappe orchestra. and crews. Lagnaippe 'bil was l.OVE-ingly received by its audi- ences. The modern version ot' "Romeo and Juliet" was pre- sented in the Spring Opera. "West Side Story." which combined the diversilied talents ot the Opera Group. orchestra. Advanced Dance. and the technical crews. The violence ol' the city gangs and the tenderness ol' voting love were contrasted with dramatic force in this tense drama. which expressed the hope that even hostile groups will ultimately reach mutual understanding. Arthur Millcr's "Death of a Salesman" poignantly con- veyed the frustrations ol' a middle-class working-man struggling to realize the American Dream. Although considered a dillicult production. the east skillfully cre- ated the characters in this modern-day tragedy. The smell ot' the greasepaint. the development ol' a part. and the excitement ol' opening night gave lo many valuable experience and a great sense ot' personal achieve- ment in all facets of production-is working on crews. play- ing in orchestras. singing. dancing and acting. 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MAN lmimugan. iullmu :nlung in ,UCI umpx ul Ihe wx-ip: tAlIlw,m1l 'West Sid Stor ' SHIkI'UllI1dCkl by dnrkncw. xlllfill limi iolcl amd Ibm illwn Slilcx diwmcx' lhul they hum' liwd lhcix lixcxIul""lm1ighlf Hlgwlwll side lu "WcsI Sidc Sluryu: Ode lo KHHCCI Krupkc, tflgfluzfb Vs Marin lllch Cinlvhlcv lcnrtully kncclx mer IICI' dying Iony f5IcNc kruxcm. kmming than hillllki lx M111 I1 IN lUAgrlc'lID W F4 zqx N gn ess' ,LQ-an , H- Q' 'X 2 Q" v s ufl5lllklI1'I uc IllLl!'xL' il lcd , . . Ami L1 Iilllc Imxcx'."' lwgx Nlzum tluri Lulcb ul Anita tliclwi liclmlvinl. mmfflma zrrkw Vx. ,lclxi lhc rum -Xlbcrlk molhei' tiiuil Wilson? cmnplainx to her exasperated xon IBob Ncchcsb nhnul thc l112.lI'lI'y'I'dOl11 uf molherliood. iliimzlil 'Bye Bye , Rmie lliuren Pcltill LINEN i1CI' feminine churin lo convince her slulw- lwrn numb. Allwrl iliub Ncchev than Fnglixh leaching ix fm him, llfmlllzl 48 Advanced dance 'Nienmbcls of boy! udvunucd dance xtrive to gain the correct Iwulzmcc of comin und snap cxscnlizll lo being u Jul. tlirumlll AdNlll1CCd dzmuc mcmherx in performance oi' "Wed ide Sioux' thc duncc ul Ihc gvm. lllgfflwn Behind the scenes XII PLIlgIUIkINiIlg Lulx pmduulimmx require lllc wkillx ul' :numbers ul ning crew Hop righlm. mukc-up ercvn lnlwwl. und nugg- xx thullcvm llghll rlfmmll. l'nrfw. Hllwull 50 e 'For adults onl ' mily love and integrity-f'On my honor as a C leaver. l pledge to be pure and clean all times." lllgtfeni l.ACiNlAPPli BOARD Marv Pollack . .. Stexe Alan White Robert H. Secter Sally Squires ..,. Heidi Knupfer ., Sally Mero .,., . Kyle Handtmann Bev Shurman , , . Sara Kuhli ..... Linda Pierson . .. Nancy Youngdahl Maggie McNair . Charlie Ernst . . . Allen Dodge Molly Johnston . Pam Chimoures . Julie Packer . . . . Sue Wood ,..... Marti Thorsen . . John Arvites .... Dee Abrahamson John Grisamore . Kathy McKahan Linda Yellin ,.,. .. . , . . . Co-Director ..,.. Co-Director ..,. Acting Director .. Business Manager Co-Chorus Director , Co-Chorus Director C'o4Head of Costume Co-Head of Costume Co-Dance Director , Co-Dance Director . Lighting and Sound Director .. , Head of Makeup . . . . . Music Director Orchestra Conductor , Orchestra Secretary U., Head of Props Co-Head of Publicity Co-Head of Publicity Secretary . . Head of Specialty ........ Stage Manager . . Co-Technical Director . . . Co-Technical Director ,...,,. Head Writer lhe time has come." the Walrus said. "to talk of many things: of Zeus. and love. and Lagniappe. and getting Cupidk wings." tllletlwil Plzxyhoy lim SUHIIIUIIN prcpgnrcx tm' am cwuing wi lun amd gunmcx with fillilll Pcllil. only IU lwc lhxmrlcd by lm' Iiimlul zu Cupid. tf1L'lll'f1' 5 5 n N219 l.ugni11ppc I'CIl1ClI1bCI'N D11 Bluiherg au lhc MINI purwu mul lu xurxixc an J broken hcnrl. ff2L'lfZ'll, Q, l , g , .iz if ' 3 i ij! iz 5 ,lu l'!'ClltfCIIhCll11 dum Incl' xhznrc Im' thu lWIHlIIL'I'llUULI nl umm au ll mem- hcl ol I :ngniuppu xlugc clcxx, lf,ALft!l'Hl 'Wh I ngniuppc CUNKLIIHC urcxx News with lcmicr LOVING cure. lily: Muxic mczml "For Adllllx Only" ranged frmn lhc exotic xlmim of Arn Nightx . . . . . . I0 thc hC2iFI-DUIIIILHIIQ hC2il oi drunmx. lfiyflwz and Hfmllly Ann Todhunter. Senior Musie Cluh memher. gets in a len extra moments of praetiee with .lell Wagner before the program hegins. I .Wil.x'n111 l The musical mood Friendship and music united young musicians at Senior Music C'luh's monthly dinner meetings, Members per- tormed for fellow musie lovers in the eluh. reaching a ereseendo of activities under the leadership ol' Mardy Kaufman. president Dorie Ellzey. viee-presidentg .lanet Howell. secretary: Tony Millard and Boh Seeter. stage managers: Wendy Ware. head ol' puhlieityg Peter Collins. treasurer: and Mrs. Arline Ream. sponsor. Utireeu. gieen. l'm going aviay . leiri liradt entertains at the .lunior Musie Cluh. lllilwntl Freshmen and sophomores joined together lor musical expression at Junior Music Cluh's monthly meetings. eon- ducted hy Nora Richter. president: Nancy Jones. viee- presidentg Terri Bradt. secretaryg Robin Derry. treas- urerg Myla Taylor. head of soeialg Ward Weibel. stage managerg Karen Drummond. head of puhlieityg and Miss Phyllis Clendening. sponsor. The seore of events included Christmas earoling and attending a musical. ending with a grand linale ol' the annual parents' night banquet and entertainment. lt's debatable The key words for New Trier Debate this year were achievement and innovation. Continuing in its long tra- dition of successful competition. New Trier teams won various tournaments during the year. Chip Black and Deb Rhode placed first in debate at N.F.l.,.. while Sue Rossiter won Girls' Extemporaneous Speaking, qualifying all three for the national tournament in June. But just as important as these successes were the new experiences provided by debate. An expanded program of Oxford-style audience debates. as well as a series of debates featuring top college teams, provided a forum for informal discussions of such topical issues as student power and the draft. t l Gavel in hand. debater thip Blael-t ealls the second Union Debate t to order. llX'l7VlIlIll "Resolved: That it is necessary for members of the debate team to spend hours of their free time preparing arguments and gather- ing information about their topie of debate." l.O'L'llUllAl il sew 5. fwfr, .4 ,Milf g.:::.LIZ , Q. 'Stl . mi HA Q. H "'."f""' " ' H X f - 1 1 1 1 'V ,. 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New Trier students were :onfronted with a barrage of invaluable information and literary masterpieces emanating from several relatively obscure oflices. placed strategically throughout the school. I,ocal and national developments were presented and commented upon weekly by the New Trier Nt'ii'.s', and highlights of the school year were recorded diligently by the editors of Fciiolis and l'fuylvac'k. For many. Ifikliligx remained the principal vehicle for artistic expression. while the truly adventurous united to create the five annu- ally published foreign language magazines. WNTH led the communications media in new concepts in programming. The station initiated a drug program and had exclusive interviews with such notable people as former governor Sam Shapiro and radical youth leader .lerry Rubin. Mr. Leon Fougnies. the new faculty spon- sor. said that one goal of the organization was to make WNTH "as much a part of the students' life as attending athletic events and dances." ITV took steps toward making the television station a learning experience available to everyone. The station produced more programs specifically for the student. stieh as the Student Council Show. which gave students not in- volved with Council a chance to see how the organization functions. ITV also doubled its cumulative on-the-air time from nine to I8 hours a day. The New Trier fVvw.x' made many changes in its format. Old features were replaced by new ones such as News- briefs and City Scene, an account of activities of interest occurring in and arotind Chicago Other new features in- clude Forum. which presented student views on various problems. and an educational series on drugs. Under the leadership of Mr. Richard Boyer. this year's lnklizigx stall strove for variety. In addition to publishing the school literary magazine. lfzklfngs sponsored films throughout the year. designed to offer students a wider range of cultural experience while supplementing the mag- azine's budget. Both l'!aylnuc'l4 and Ecuoiis staffs experimented with modifications in design and content. Playback editors al- lowed more space for school activities and candid conver- sations. Two narrator contests were planned. one for boys and one for girls. in order to increase student interest in the record. Eciioiis underwent extensive organizational revisions and worked toward new concepts in photography and layout. Individtial and group pictures were confined to the second portion of the book to allow for greater continuity in recounting the ycar's activities in the first half This was a year of enlightenment and participation for the foreign langtiage publications. Praew, the Latin mag- azine. and Sf'lIl'l'fl7t'l't'IA, the German magazine. entered the year with new sponsors. Mrs. Barbara Endres and Mr. Philip McDowell. respectively. Nepravda, the Russian magazine. geared its ptiblication to appeal to a wider readership. Le ,'i1LU7Il7FLlll and Dc' Todo Un l'f1c'o also urged all French and Spanish students to contribute poems. short stories. plays. drawings. and cartoons to the appropriate magazine. ,M'pi'ui'fln stafl members l.yrique Hllgltcs and .lohn Webb wot late with sponsor Miss ,lohnnye Iignot in order to meet the tip coming deadline for the Russian magazine. tU.ellwil ..,,..... lfditors Sue Wittcbort and .lanet Chapman compile the collage YN become the next edition of the Aan' 'lim .Xml-y. f.llc'i1'rJ l'r1u'c'u sluif members dispel lhc VLIIIIOI' that latin ix za dead Izm- guzlgc by reviving old Iulin dnclllncnlx amd creating ncw mastur- picum, 1 M1'iz'r P hlilur-in-chicl' uf Mums sunny ability lo overcome QA4fl.S'lIlll P 1 1 1 Alun Krcnsky. is known ful his lll1" lhrczllcning sitllzllicms such ns lhix unc. W........... W Mary Mack displays the mood of an lllklilljil' critic as she con- templates the value of another students poetry. with identifica- tion and understanding, lllgrlcvlj Early spring finds EK'H0l:S staff members hurrying to meet ap- proaching flnal deadlines for the yearbook. lMils0ml lhivuw., i ,.lni,-zeewffwm A -M-'life' Ecnous photographers Bill Porter. Richard Cantin. Mike Milsom Bill Meier, and Doug Booth experience varying degrees of ec stasy and awe as they pose upon the famed advisory risers fRacklinl Harriers stride to victor VARSITY Ni-i otir. Pizoxiso I-'tsi , . I5 49 Nll is l"1xs'i . . I5 50 lkl0R'l0N lixsi . . Z3 38 HIt.lll,ANIJ lhtiut . . I5 So OAK PARK . . . . Zl 40 Wxtiiti mrs . . I5 Stl IfvANsioN ....... T 1 24 New 'lrier first in Maine West Invitation- al. first in Forest View Quadrangular. sec- ond in Mattoon Invitational. second in Suburban League. first in District. and seventh in State. StJPHtJMORIf Ni-i ov:-. Pitoxiso Ifxsi . . Zo EX Nuts Fast , . IS -12 Moiziois I-List I6 43 llioiti ,win PARK . . 34 23 Out Puts . . ,W 22 Wit Rims . . ll 35 Fx msios .,.... Z3 32 New Trier fourteenth in Maine West Invi- tational. second in Lake Forest Triangular. second in Forest View Quadrangular. sec- ond in Suburban League. and third in lixanston Invitational. "We should be about as good as last year's team. when we won the Suburban League and stayed undefeated un- til the District meet." said Coach Ben Almaguer prior to the cross country season. His forecast of the strength of the varsity turned out to be correct: through the first l l meets the Harriers were beaten only three times. each by Evanston. The three defeats included second place in both the rough Mattoon Invitational and the closely con- tested Suburban League meet. Their peak performance came in the District meet as Jere Hines finished first and Peter Butler second. The victory was achieved without the services of Bob Winter. their top man. who was out much of' the season with an injury. Despite the disap- pointment of' a seventh place in the State meet. the Har- riers concluded another satisfying season. lere Hines and Pete Butler coast downhill while pacing another xictory for New Trier. t.lIt'1'wl Leadership and depth of' the team accounted for the fine season. The squad worked as a unit under captains Pete Butler and Bob Lewis. Depth was due to returning let- termen Butler. Lewis. Dave Katz. Dave Peck. and Junior .lere Hines. .luniors Bruce Mullen. .lefl Stewart. Tom Judge. and Bob Vihon also contributed to the team's success. The freshman-sophomore squad. coached by Mcl Ev- erly. also enjoyed a successful season. rtinning to a sec- ond place in Suburban League. The team was led by sophomores Chris Kirkland and Mike Lewis. with Kirk- land finishing third in the League meet. The outlook for next year's varsity team is bright. with experienced juniors and promising sophomores returning. Gaining more gi than yards With the aid of blocker Mitch Rubens. halfbaek Pete Chadwick was able to stay one step ahead of the Evanston defense. tfigdeni VARSITY NT-li oPP, HiNsnA1,E ..., 6 l3 EVANSTON . . 0 20 WAUKEGAN . . 7 I3 PRovtso EAST . . 2l I4 NILES EAST . . . 20 0 OAK PARK .... 20 20 HIGHLAND PARK . . I4 34 MORTON EAST. . . 20 2 New Trier East fourth in Suburban League. JUNIOR VARSITY N'l-in ow. MoR'roN EAST . . . I7 7 WAUKEGAN . . . 6 20 PRov1so EAST . . 6 0 Niuas EAST . . . 7 I3 OAK PARK .... U I7 HRQHLAND PARK . . I3 7 A question in the minds of most enthusiastic followers of New Trier's varsity football team was "What went wrong in the first part of the season?" Both head coach Ed Heikkinen and captain Bill Spiro agreed that the major reason for the team's weak start was inexperience in the offensive line. which contained three juniors, a converted fullback, and a first year player. But the team possessed a strong defense and offensive backfield. After suffering defeats in the first three games New Trier's offensive line began to jell. Then the team became one of the most forceful squads in the Suburban League. This newly gained effectiveness emerged in the next game before an awestruck crowd at Proviso. The offensive line opened up holes which enabled the running backs to romp for almost 200 yards and Mitch Rubens to slip through for three touchdowns. Many outstanding players provided depth, Among these were Pete Chadwick, Steve Hall, Steve Feiger. and Bill Spiro. Juniors who made up an important part of the squad will produce an experienced squad next year. The junior varsity's record of 3-3, close to that of the varsity's, was achieved with less consistency than the varsity's record. The JV won its opening and closing games, but dropped three of their other four games. Coach Ken Wellington pointed out that the reason for this was a lack of unity in his squad, the result of picking the JV team each week on the day of the game and having no time to practice as one unit. Despite this obstacle and the fact that the team received little publicity, they were tough. The best game of the year came at the end of the season against Highland Park, when the squad wanted to avenge the varsity defeat in the homecoming. Highland Park had the lead during most of the game, but the JV's came from behind and outdid them 13-7. Some exceptional players were Barry O'Rourke, Bob De Carlo, Mark Mikulak. and Mark Kincaid. Junior varsity Coach Wellington and his quarterback, Barry O' Rourke. talk over strategy for the upcoming play, qA4l,ff,,-3 SOPHOMORE N1-i om-. HlNsnA1.ia . , 0 44 EvANs'1oN . , I 4 25 WAUKLUAN . . 7 7 PROVISO EAs'1' . . Z7 I4 NILES EAST . . . 27 0 OAK PARK .... 20 7 HIGHLAND PARK . . 0 0 MORTON EAsT . . . I4 6 New Trier third in Suburban League. Despite an opening loss to Hinsdale and injuries to key players, the sophomore football squad fought for and earned a third place berth in the Suburban League. 'tWe had a well balanced ball club, but matured late in the season." commented Coach Larry Strimas. Losing as few games as anyone in the league, the Ponies' two ties prevented them from capturing the cham- pionship. A strong aerial attack directed by Baird Smart. consistent running on the part of Dave Connolly and Fred Morgan, and a solid defense led by Harold Neal and Steve Sharkey enabled the Ponies to compile a respectable 4-1-2 record in the Suburban League. The sole loss came at the hand of Evanston, who eventually won the title. The sophomore B team, consisting of those players who were not active on Saturdays. also fared well, posting a 4-O-l record. Howie Davidson's punt clears the oncoming Morton East lineman, saving New Trier from a dangerous situation. tMilsomJ Junior varsity pass receiver retains possession of the ball despite the efforts of a Morton East defender. tfVlviw'b FRESHMAN A N1-r om' EVANSTUN . . 7 20 WAUKl1GfXN . . . IX 0 PRUVISO EAs'r . . 25 6 Nluas EAST . . . I9 7 OAK PARK . . . 26 7 HIGHLAND PARK . . I4 12 lVloRToN EAST . . . 27 6 New Trier tied for first in the Subur ban League. FRESHMAN B NT-if ow EvANS'roN . . 0 7 WAUKIiliAN . . . 7 0 PRov1so EAs'r . . 6 tl Nurs EAST . . . I3 7 OAK PARK . . . 0 I6 HIQHLAND PARK . 0 I2 MoR'roN EAST . , 6 7 New Trier fourth in Suburban Lea- glle. 64 Size and great depth were the factors responsible for the success of the Freshman A football squad this year. "When one boy couldn't play, we had another of equal ability who could take his place," commented Bill Fly, coach of the team whose 6-l record earned them a tie for the league title. After losing their opener to Evanston, out- standing performances by Bill Rees, Dirk Young, and Kevin Downing helped to insure that the freshmen were not defeated again. This squad, which was noted for its strong offense, provided Coach Fly with his greatest moment when they beat league co-champion Highland Park, I4-12. The Freshman B squad, although not enjoying the suc- cess of the A team, was "the best B squad l've coached," according to coach Ed Kahler. Speed, size, a good team attitude, and consistent play by Steve Overman, Mark O'Connell, Paul Rocklin, and Tom Campbell helped the team to achieve a 3-4 record. .ai h is George, New 'lirier's oldest and loudest cheerleader, serves team in a new capacity. tMviw'l Fred Morgan breaks clear into the end zone for a New Trier score. t0gdvnD High fiying Tom Campbell unloads the bomb under pursuit of un Evanston defenseman. tMil.wn17 New Trier hustles to the game with the intent of stopping Evanston. tliramllt 47 33 5 . y 0 1 must - te ,' ' in A- , . t it BQ fi J- 'f ' N m', 'i' f -,lf n"""ltn.,,4,,.E i, 'A A 4g ,,,:w-....,,,:if.4vw,,, ,- mi-y 4. '- X . 65 .. . and goals to boot After a hard fought season, Coach Tony Schinto and his varsity soccer team compiled a respectable 6-6-2 record. Despite a difficult schedule, the varsity finished a "tough fourth" in the Suburban League. Opponents rarely penetrated All-state Jim McNitt,s net as the tight defense allowed only I3 goals all season. All-state Larry Martin and Sam Crosby and All-confer- ence Chris Lingle and Art Littlefield provided the impe- tus for the team. Although well balanced, the varsity lacked the consistent scorers needed to win more often. "We could have used the kind of scoring threat we have seen in our past varsitiesf' Coach Schinto said. Reviewing the season's games. Coach Schinto cited the first Lyons contest as the te.am's best performance. Victories over Suburban League rival Morton East and State Champion Maine East highlighted the year's cam- paign. "I must credit Art and Jim for their outstanding lead- ership and their building morale," Coach Schinto said, praising co-captains Art Littlefield and Jim Judge. 'The juniors have something to look up to." "We have one of the best JV teams in the Chicago areaj, Coach Carl Hirsch said. Good scoring ability but loose defensive play characterized his team. Led by co-cap- tains Pete Lindenberger, Jay Silver and Jeff Williams, the JV rolled up a 7-4-2 record and the third place finish in the Suburban League. Behind leading scorers Greg Wrapp and Nick Vignola, the sophomores posted a 4-4 league record to earn a third place berth in the Suburban League. "Dedication to the total team" and the tight defense were the squad's strengths, according to Coach John Mulliner. The high spirited freshman soccer team compiled an impressive 9-4 record, winning the Suburban League championship for the second year in a row. After a slow start of three losses, Coaches Robert Ward and Bill Turn- er guided their young team through nine games without a loss. "They were a joy to work with," said Coach Turn- er. "Their morale and willingness to Work was greatlw Steve Black. straining to head the ball. Suffers a concussion dur ing Varsity action against Evanston. tMt'ierJ VARSITY NT-li opp. LYONS ...... 3 I NEW TRIER WEST . . 2 0 EVANSTON . . . 0 U WAUKP.GAN . . 2 3 OAK PARK . . 0 I MAINE EAST . . 2 I MORTON EAST . . I 2 ST. JOSEPH . . . 0 2 NILES WEST . . . 4 O EVANSTON . . 0 2 ST. JOSEPH . , 2 0 WAUKEGAN . . I I OAK PARK . . . I 2 MORTON EAST . . . 2 0 New Trier fourth in Suburban Lia- gue. JUNIOR VARSITY NT-E ow. LYONS ...... 3 I NEW TRIER WES'I' . . 2 0 EVANSTON .... 0 I WAUKEGAN . . . I 0 OAK PARK . . 3 I MAINE EAST . . . 0 I LAKE FOREST . . . 3 0 NEW TRIER WEST . . I 0 NILES WEST .... I I EVANSTON . . 3 4 WAUKEGAN . . 2 2 OAK PARK . . . I 4 I LAKE FOREST . . . 2 I New Trier tied for second in Subur- ban League. The Morton East defense breaks up an attempted score by Jack Keith, but New Trier still wins a decisive 2-0 victory. tMeierJ Displaying the agility which is essential for a soccer player. Captain Art Littlefield advances the ball downfield. IMviw-J SOPHOMORE NT-l, oPP. Lvoiss .-.... 5 4 Nrw Tau R Wisr . , 3 I EVANSTON . . . 2 4 lvv.-XLIKEGAN . . 0 l OAK PARK . . 4 I MAINE EAsT . . 3 3 MORTON EAST . . . 2 l Sr. Josilvu . . . 0 2 NILES Wi,sT . Z 3 EvANsToN . . 0 4 Sr. Jost-Pu . . Z -4 WAcKEcaArs . . I O OAK PARK .... U 5 Moarors EAST. . . 6 I New Trier third in Suburban League, FRESHMAN NT-E oPP. LAGRANUIL .... 2 3 NEW TRIFR Wrsr . . 0 1 EVANSTON .... 0 2 WAUKEGAN . . 2 0 OAK PARK . . 4 0 h'iAlNE EAsT .... 5 0 LAKE FOREST . . . 4 2 Nrw TRIER WEs'r . . I 0 Nn,Es WEsT . . . 3 2 EVANSTON . . 3 2 WAUKEQAN . . 2 I QTAK PARK . . 4 0 LAKE FOREST . . , 0 I New Trier first in Suburban League. W' awf- Varsity coach Tony Schinto previews second half strategy as his team tries to preserve their only Suburban League victory. 1MeierI 67 The varsity basketball team ended a challenging season with a 19-7 record as they shared a second-place berth with Waukegan in the rigorous Suburban League, which produced the eventual state champion. Leading the league in scoring was excellent proof of' what Coach John Schneiter cited as the team's strong point-shooting. The lndian's offense was piloted by all- area stars Larry Cohen and Bill Kosick. Forwards John Geocaris and Jay Hohf also contributed greatly to the offensive effort. Guards Tom Sprague and Cohen lent to the team's success by providing a sound defense. As Coach Schneiter said. however. "Our biggest prob- lem was keeping everyone healthy." Cohen and Geocaris had mononucleosis at different times during the season. Kosick was sidelined with a bone-chip in his knee. and Sprague was plagued by a sprained thumb. The strong Indian bench was instrumental in filling the void left by the injured starters. Steve Harris was an excellent sub- stitute guard. and Junior forwards Pat Giordano and Mark Matthews were invaluable. The team made a strong bid to go downstate, beating Niles West in the regional. 66-54. But they succumbed to top-ranked Waukegan in the sectional, 64-45. In looking ahead to next season, Kosick, Giordano. and Matthews will furnish the varsity with a good nucleus. VARSITY M-i om LAGRANGE . . . 80 74 PROSPI-CT . . . 6l 42 MAINL SOUIII . . 68 64 PROVISO EAsr . 39 53 W.'XlJKI-.CiAN . . . 55 54 EvANsToN . . . 63 52 Rivi RSIDII-BROOK!-IELD 65 67 FRl.l.l'ORT . . . . 76 S-1 BLNTUN .... X5 -15 CilAiviPA1oN Cl-.NTRAI 65 67 Ci-N1 RALIA . . . 84 X5 l'VlURl0N EAS! . 77 55 Niiis East' . . 96 -17 OAK PARK . . . 82 57 Hlnii1.AND PARK . . 74 60 Paoviso EAST . . 33 50 W.'XllKf.G.AN . . 6l 64 EVANSTON . . 80 70 MoR1'oN EAsr . . 68 54 NIU-.s EAST . . 87 39 OAK PARK . . . 1011 62 HioiuAND PARK . . 64 62 SAINT GEoRoi- . . 77 70 Normg DAMI- . . 68 66 Niris WEsT . , 66 54 WINLFKI-Ci.AN . . 45 6-1 agers rise b leaps and bounds .Na -pw . E jg 3 v .ij . s Geo leaves his familiar corner position to attempt an easy one- footer. t.Weitfrl Despite a height disadvantage. the Junior Varsity bas- ketball team secured an excellent IO-4 record through an unusual amount of ability and hustling. The primary function that the J.V. team serves is to give juniors the necessary experience to compete at the varsity level next year. When the varsity team was lack- ing players because of many injuries, J.V. members Mark Matthews and Pat Giordano moved up and did an out- standing job in filling in. The team started the season by beating Riverside- Brookfield. but proceeded erratically, losing three out of the first five games. But later in the season. they solidi- fied as a team and won their last eight out of nine games. Larry Cohen, who often carried the team to victory despite double or triple teaming, easily gets past the Little Giant defense in his last game at New Trier. CMeierJ JUNIOR VARSITY Steve Harris demonstrates the full court press, which played an import- ant part in Coach Schneiter's defense. QMeierj NT-E oPP. RIVERSIDE-BROOKFIELD 67 55 PROSPECT .... 46 50 MAINE SOUTH . . . 64 47 PROVISO EAsT . 47 54 WAUKEGAN . . 49 46 EVANSTON . . 49 65 MORTON EAsT . 63 56 OAK PARK . . . 56 51 HIGHLAND PARK . . 64 56 PROVISO EAST . 45 59 EVANSTON . . 58 57 NILES EAsT . 61 62 OAK PARK . . . 69 88 HIGHLAND PARK . . 64 43 if , an ewyks 4 Indian star eager Jay Hohf thwarts a Niles West play in the Regional Championship game. The New Trier Indians came from behind to win, 66-54. fOgl!L'Ili 69 lf! The sophomore basketball team. after failing in their lirst four encounters. bounced back to hnish with an l l-lil record. Overcoming such a disappointing start is evidence of the great spirit that sparked the team to a winning season. Numerous injuries and lack of depth. however. limited the possibility of a more successful season. The Ponies were led by high scorer Benjamin Braun and high rebounder Don Stewart. Coach Bill Fly stated that there was definitely some good varsity material on this year's squad. The Freshman A team also started their season slow- ly, but came on strong at the end. beating top-ranked Highland Park 47-42. Coach Pete Burnside emphasized that there are many line prospects. The Frosh B wound up the season with a 5-8 over-all mark, showing appreciable improvement as the season progressed. "Many boys gained valuable experience and will be seen in later years," Coach Morris Barelield said. summing up the year. The beginning of the end as the New Trier Freshman A team wins the tip-off and goes on to defeat Morton East. tP0r1erl ,ff SOPHUMORE, Nr-F ow LA GRANGE' . . 34 39 PROSPECT . . . 44 46 MAINE SOUTH . 34 39 PROVISO EAST . 27 37 M WAUKEGAN .... 52 40 EVANSTON .... 45 46 RIVERSIDE-BROOKI-lI:LD 48 35 FOREST Virw . . . 62 48 MAINE EAs'r . . . 58 53 YORK .... 39 61 MORTON EAsT . . 62 52 NILES EAST . . . 46 28 """"""""" OAK PARK . . . 48 45 HIGHLAND PARK . . 48 35 PROVISO EAST . . 24 43 WAUKEGAN' , . . 44 50 EvANsToN . , . 38 46 MORTON EAsT . . 44 46 NILES EAST .. . . 64 35 OAK PARK, . . . 50 46 Qi 'M HIGHLAND PARK . . 56 39 Playmaker Benjamin Braun drives past Morton East defender to waste away the final moments thus preserving ll Pony victory. tMvizfrl 1 Take your pick. Put! fPurtw'J All anyone else can do is watch as Bill Kosick lofts ll jumpshol Tn New Tricr'S Second victory over Evanston. illgrlerzl FRESHMAN A NT-F opp. R1vl1RS1o1-.-BRooKFlr.l.D 38 37 PROSPECT .... 47 60 MATNR SOUTH . . . 42 48 PROVISO EAST . . 22 61 WAUKEGAN . . 24 37 EVANSTON . . 52 45 MORTON EAST , . 36 35 OAK PARK . . . 49 46 HIGHLAND PARK . . 35 55 PROVISO EAST . . 35 60 EVANSTON . . 52 39 NIL!-.S EAST . . 55 50 OAK PARK . . . 48 52 HIGHLAND PARK . . 47 42 FRESHMAN B NT-r, ow RIVERSIDF-BROOKFII-LD 40 19 lWAINl1 SOUTH . . . 38 41 PROVISO EAST . . 39 43 WAUKIEGAN . . 31 39 EVANSTON . . 24 42 MORTON EAST . . 25 44 OAK PARK , . . 40 43 HIGHLAND PARK . . 40 34 PRovlSo EAST . . 34 41 EVANSTON . . 51 31 OAK PARK . . 48 52 NILI-ZS EAST .,.. 52 20 HIGHLAND PARK . . 46 35 The Green Wave rolls Swimming has always maintained a high level of ex- cellence at New Trier. lt has sustained a winning tradi- tion and has excited enthusiasts through brilliant exhi- bition. This year was no exception. The varsity, led by standouts Ray McCullough, .lohn Fyfe. and Steve Baird. captured league honors and hn- ished a strong second place in the murderous State meet. Shattering records apparently was the object of these tankers. McCullough broke the 200 yard individual med- ley record in an astonishing time of 2:0O.9, while Fyfe swam the 100-yard breaststroke in l:O3.7, and Baird the 100-yard freestyle in 48.6 seconds. Supplementing this power were the consistently fine performances of Guy Petit-Clerc, Jim McLaren, Bill Baughman, and diver Gary Oliphant. "This swim team." said Coach Dave Robert- son. "showed what New Trier boys can do. They took training beautifully and. as a result, deservingly improved their times to their highest point in the state finals." The varsity constantly improved from their one point slip to Hinsdale through the Indian Relays to their Suburban League Championship. Steadily improving. the sophomores enjoyed a prosper- ous season. Finishing with just one loss. the sophomores made bounds to claim varsity status. Led by record-malo ers Mark Anderson and Ben Swiggett. New Trier pulled through another league championship by swamping all other rivals. After a disappointing loss to Hinsdale. the sophomore waves gathered to drown highly praised High- land Park. The freshmen were the surprise of the season. Follow- ing in the wake of Ed Woodbury and Casey Cutler. they recorded an undefeated season. Their unequaled strength was amplified in the League meet where they captured IU of ll first places and broke live old records. With the assistance from Bill Wolff, Erie Matz, and Arnold Cajet. the Green Wave overpowered all opposi- tion. "This team was wonderful . . . great . . . satisfying . . . a coach's dream!" What more could Dave Robertson sav! New Trier's fearsome foursome, Fyfe. Petit-Clere, Mack. McCullough. regroup after winning All-American honors in the medley relay. tMeierJ Traditional rivals New Trier and Evanston battle it out in the final 25 yards of butterfly. fMr'ivrj X1-XRSl'l X HINSIMII Cixi Dllkllllll . Wvxtximx . EN wsmx . Nlukmx Exsr Ona PARK . HIUIIIAND PARK Rcmcx lsmxo lhmxlso INST Murvi SOUTH NILIS FAS! . HPI -th 40 l3 66 ll -12 13 39 15 13 20 New 'lrier Eau placed second in Indian Relays. firxt in Sulwurhan League meet. and xccond in the State. t i"?Jf"'m27H?'?T W ffi' f ff ' .iw f 'ff , , , y ,.g,,,,w,.7, ,'-fggyzy , , f U ,Y . M 6 ' , fv, i,'!,Q'?f' PN L.iN!'f'f-W1 mf , , N ,k,, cmd, , v .-.,,f4,Mf,,.ff-W ff When xou add up es .nd multiply by the difficulty factor. you tiscoxer that Cntrx Uliplmnt executed u near-perfect dive. t.Hil.wnil 1 New Trier swimmers masle SOPHOMORE NT-E HINSDALE CLNTRAL 39 IDE!-.RFIELD .... 90 WAUKEGAN .... 67 EVANSTON . . . 72 MORTON EAST , . 73 OAK PARK . . . 74 HIGHLAND PARK . . 54 PROVISO EAST . . 79 MAINE SOUTH . . 65 NILES EAST .... 84 New Trier East placed Suburban League. FRESHMAN NT-E HINSDALE CENTRAL 68 DEERFIELD .... 58 WAUKLGAN . . . 72 EVANSTON . . . 63 MORTON EAST . . 77 OAK PARK . . . 61 HIGHLAND PARK . . 70 PROVISO EAST , . 81 MAINE SOUTH . . 71 NILES EAST .... 78 New Trier East placed Suburban League. Fencing goes on the attack Fencing, after only two years at New Trier, came into its own as the varsity team finished a surprising eighth place in the State tournament. Although their 1-10 dual meet record appears discouraging, the fencing team lost to some of the top teams in Illinois. 'fAlthough our rec- ord wasn't very good, we showed much improvement toward the end of the season and gained some valuable experiencef, said John Mulliner upon the completion of his first year as fencing coach. Outstanding performances this year belonged to varsity captain Scott Fields and sophomores Dean Gross and Steve Schwartz. Captain Fields was a consistent perform- er and helped many of the inexperienced players learn the basic fencing techniques. With five out of six varsity lettermen returning next year and with a yearls experience under their belts, pros- pects for a successful season next year are excellent. 1 VARSITY NT-E OPP MAINE SOUTH 3 15 NILES WEST 2 16 iWARSHALL . S 15 NILES EAST . 4 14 NOTRE DAME 6 I2 NILES WEST . 2 16 MAINE SOUTH l 17 NILES EAST . 3 15 NOTRE DAME 4 I4 MARSHALL . 5 I3 FOREMAN . . 10 8 New Trier East placed eighth in the State tournament. Steve Schwartz avoids a teammate's lunge while sharpening up for the state meet. CPorterJ Blood, sweat, and tears There can be little doubt that this year's wrestling team had a most discouraging season. The varsity grap- plers were stymied by a continual string of injuries which forced many varsity competitors out of the lineup. Throughout the season the varsity had to draw upon the sophomore team to fill vacant spots in the squad. ln one meet six of the 12 weight classes were filled by sophomores. Even though the varsity team record was a disap- pointment. several individuals excelled. Steve Feiger placed second in the district meet. while Miles Harris finished first in districts and third in the sectional meet. Bob Mayer. who amassed a tremendous four-year rec- ord of 73 wins. nine losses. and one tie. took first place in districts. second in sectionals. and finished an out- standing third in the state. For head coach .lim Kruem- pelstaedter. these noteworthy individual accomplishments partially compensated for the disappointing varsity sea- son, The sophomore team's I-IU dual meet record was not unexpected. As Coach Ike Sehillereff explained. "When your best sophomores are wrestling for the varsity. your chances for defeat are great." However. the fine per- formances of these sophomores. as well as the valuable varsity experience they gained, shows excellent prospects for New Trier wrestling in the future. On the freshman level, New Trier wrestling finished with one of the worst records in memory. The freshman squad. suffering from a severe lack of depth. failed to win a single meet. At every freshman meet there were for- feits in several weight classes. and forfeiture points re- sulted in defeats. On the bright side. though. were the line performances of those who did wrestle. Coach Larry Strimas could only say. "You can't win without anyone to fight." A takedown puts sophomore Dave Connolly in good position to pin his opponent. tMil.von1l Dick Schulte registers a quick takedown in second period wrest- ling action against Waukegan. tMil.wn1l Varsity matman Steve Feiger pulls the pin on his Highland Park foe. 1MeivrJ Bob Mayer. the pride of New Trier wrestling. moves in on his op- ponent en route to his third place linish in the State tournament. v.1,,. .41 M gi . -M 5 , . .1 'T , ag ,, i.., FRESHMAN NILES Noam MMNK Exsr . WAUKUQAN . EvANs'roN . 1Vl0RTON Essr OAK PARK . . NORTH Cntclxuo HIGHLAND PARK Pizovlso EAST SOPHOMORE D11i1RFlI.t.1J . NILES NORTH 1N1.,X1NIi EAST . W.'xUK1fcs.'xN . FuNsTo's . Mokrors Essr CJAK PARK . NORTH Q1l1lCALiU Hloulmxxn PSRR Pkoviso EASI lJlflgRFll in . Nuts Exsr ..... VARSITY Nurs NQRTH , . lwxmt, li.,xs'r . WxuKH,,xN . lEv,xNs1oN . 1WORTON EAST . . O,xK PARK . . . NORTH flfilf.-Xt.O HlcsHl..xNn PARK . . Pkovlso lixsi' 1Jll:Rl'1lllJ . Nuts lzxsl . 1 OPI 38 40 48 43 40 31 31 44 42 44 1 OPP OPP 36 49 35 27 25 35 38 50 51 44 13 Z9 I8 28 li 1 4 20 31 31 36 36 9 n li H Chuck Frank gctx hy with ii lilllc help from hix friendx. Lllviwl Chuck Seabury spenl ai lol of time ironing out this Crow. K .Wil,m111 i 3 A ME fiii , H J fv3SiN Nivrin Iiwziid exccculcs ai sciswrs an Ncvi 'Iiricr is clipped h .'Xi'linglon. 1,Uil,wuil When a perpendicular body Intersects two parallel bars. the re- sult is a victory for Mike Suerth. QMIISOIIIJ On the upswing A gymnastic team that started the year with no Stars, destined to be just an average team, displayed an amaz- ing effort that enabled them to gain a 14-2 Overall rec- ord and fourth in the State meet. The gymnastic teamls fantastic record required Strength. depth, and understanding on the part of the entire team. These qualities, latent at the start of the season, were displayed in the performances of Bob Roth, Mike Pancoe, Norm Ewald, and Roger Scully. Their peak was reached at the State meet where Scully took a ninth place On high bar, Ewald earned an eighth place on Sidehorse, Pancoe achieved a sixth On rings. and Roth was second in all-around competition. It was the ability of these gymnasts plus the strength and the effort of the remainder Of the team that led them to a successful year. This was an excellent squad. but it seems as if the upcoming team will surpass this year's quality. Coach Earl Schabel feels his squad has the ability to become the best team in Illinois, and if everyone realizes his po- tential it looks as if New Trier will be a state champion in the near future. Characterized by depth and outstanding ability, the sophomore team, with superstars Art Preston, Mark Pritchard, and Carey Culbertson, achieved a respectable record in league competition. This squad, along with the 8-4 freshman record led by Ford Culbertson. Tom Haas. and Marty Sale, should blossom into a strong and well- rounded varsity. VARSITY SOPHOMORE NT-E OPP. NT-E OPP. NT-E OPP. NT-E OPP. ARLINGTON . . 108.10 115.50 NILES WEST . 89.20 89.00 ARLINGTON . . 57.3 66.4 OAK PARK . . 49.1 61.0 BARRINOTON . 88.90 72.65 OAK PARK . . 114.00 92.45 BARRINGTON . . 54.8 36.6 PROSPECT . . . 51.7 58.6 EVANSTON . . 95.45 107.65 PROSPECT . . 119.15 116.90 EVANSTON . . 44.4 51.2 PROVISO EAST . 48.9 28.8 LANE TECH . . 90.35 46.60 PROVISO EAST . 91.25 76.00 MORTON EAST . 55.9 34.4 PROvIsO WEST . 51.4 41.0 MAINE EAST . 90.35 68.25 PROVISO WES'F . 108.90 92.60 NEW TRIER WEST 51,4 41,0 THORNTON . . 46.7 44.8 MORTON EAST . 92.55 46.60 THORNTON . . 93.05 89.00 NILES EAST . . 47.8 47.9 WAUKEGAN . . 50.9 52.2 NII.ES EAST . . 105.60 104.90 WAUKEGAN . . 102.60 102.40 NILES NORTH . 51.7 55.1 WHEELING . . 46.4 34.5 NILES NORTH . 119.15 108.50 WHEELINO . . 86.80 72.00 NII.Es WEST . . 51.4 51.1 New Trier placed third in Suburban League, seventh in Waukegan Invitational. New Trier placed third in SIIburban League, eighth in Waukegan Invitational. Winter warm-up "The success of the indoor track season is not deter- mined by how many you win or lose. but is based upon the quality of individual performances. ln those terms we had a successful year." commented Coach Ben Al- magucr, Strong performances in long distance and lield events displayed the tremendous team effort. Bob Winter linished his four year track career by proving himself to be one of the best milers in the nation while Jcre Hines con- tinued to develop into one of New Trier's most promising milers. Dave Wilkins and Dave Howlett were outstanding in the hurdles. and Brad Birch and Bill Blaze added strength to the pole vaulting event. The temporary loss ol' the indoor track due to a broken water pipe failed to hamper the individual ellorts ot' the team. The indoor track season. however. is primarily a conditioner for the outdoor season and its results indicate a successful spring. The freshman-sophomore team showed the same strength as the varsity in terms of individual perform- ances. Among the leading sprinters were Steve Katz, Bill Ransone. Greg Wrapp. and Chuck McGohey. Coach Mel Everly expressed the opinion that these sprinters will be of varsity potential next year. Their strength in the short distance events was complemented by their power in the long distance events. Chris Kirkland proved to be one of the best distance runners in the Suburban League as he linished second in the league meet. Coach Evcrly further commented that the treshman-sophomore squad has the potential to provide the depth necessary to de- velop a great track team. Dave Howlett and Dave Wilkins provide each other with rigor- ous competition as they take the hurdles in perfect unison. l x'II'Tl'I'l e fp A determined Mark Selby sprints toxxaid the linis quarter-mile run, tlfkrwrfrzlll In the running A solid contender for the State championship requires balance and depth in field and running events. This year the Thinclads displayed the potential for a future state championship team by proving their strength in major events. The two mile run was dominated by senior Peter Butler with junior Tom Judge not far behind. Jere Hines and ' Jeff Stewart. who both will pace the Cindermen next year, tilled the mile event admirably. Senior Bob Lewis and junior Bruce Mullen led the team in the half-mile, while Mark Selby and junior Andy Hall established the quarter- mile as one of the Trevians' strongest events. Depth in running events was supplemented by added strength in S such held events as the pole vault, hurdles. and broad . jump. Many of these events are clearly dominated by Wy seniors. but Coach Ben Almaguer expressed optimism for next vear when he commented. "There will be a serious loss of seniors this year, but we have the depth to develop E a strong team next year." Bill Blaze finds the key to the vault as he starts his descent. fMeierJ Juniors Tom Judge and Jeff Stewart prove that they can maintain the pace of veteran Peter Butler, revealing the promise of next year's varsity squad. tMiIs0mfJ VARSITY NT-E oPP. NILES NORTH .... 45 64 WAUKlil3AN ..... 58 51 NEW TRTER WEST . . .74.5 32.5 EVANSTON ..... 46 63 GLENBROOK SOUTH . . 81 28 Mxuvie EAST .... 33 85 New Trier second at Bloom Triangu- lar. third at Morton West Invitational. second at Evanston Invitational. third at Suburban League Indoor meet. fifth at Moline Relays. third at Evanston and Highland Park Triangular. third third at Drew Relays, fourth at Maine East Relays. first in District. Steve McMullen demonstrates the championship form which carried New Trier to a winning season. tM4'iw'l Battery powered At the outset of the baseball season. the Indians found themselves "the team to beat" in the Suburban League. The defending league co-champions were the target of a mass of challengers attempting to overthrow New Trier's sturdy hold on first place. Consequently. the Indians were battling in one of the toughest races ever. ln the field. duc to such talents as Bill Spiro and Gary Peterson. the Indians achieved superb defensive success. Peterson's outstanding play prompted coach Ron Klein to describe Gary as "the finest shortstop l'ye seen while coaching at New Trier." The job of keeping men ofi' base was performed effectively by starting pitchers Steve Nlc- Mullcn and Jim McNitt. with catcher Tom Dix directing the play from behind the plate. Larry Cohen continued to contribute to New Trier's success both in the outfield and infield. Rounding out this solid defense were the excep- tional performances delivered by juniors Pat O'Gara. Ned Greenberg. and pitcher Jim Douglass. The sophomores. showing overwhelming promise. played fine ball and finished strong in the league. The team was strengthened by what coach Harold Severns termed "outstanding pitching." Sophomore pitching aces Bill Hattis. Rich Olson. and Baird Smart provided this defensive power. Although weak and inconsistent in hit- ting. the sophomores found success in a tight defense and excellent pitching. Ned Greenberg anticipates the pitch and Pat 0'Gara eyes home plate as the varsity sets its sights on a victory over Highland Park. tMeiz'rJ Third baseman Jim Douglass stops a blazing line drive to prevent a potential enemy rally. tMeieI-J Tom Dix studies the pitchers delivery while preparing to break toward second base. 1AMeierj One goal the sophomores strived for was to connect with the most elusive pitch of allM-the curve. lPor1crJ PROSPECT . Dl2liRFIhLD . NOTRE DAME WIORTON EAST MORTON EAST HIGHLAND PARK PROSPECT . DEERFIELD . NOTRE DAME MORTON EAST HIGHLAND PARK. . NT-E O VARSITY PP. NT-li om- 2 OAK PARK . . l 2 0 OAK PARK . . 2 3 4 EVANSTON . . . 2 4 0 WAUKEGAN . . . 2 O 1 HIGHLAND PARK. . ll 1 4 SOPHOMORE oPP. NT-I-Q OPP 0 OAK PARK . 3 2 0 OAK PARK . 5 2 1 EvANSToN . 3 2 2 WAUKEGAN . 5 2 0 83 l-'resliinztn George Besttnt unleashes his lormidztlile tlwelittml to l'he powerful serve of Andy Maelbowell renders his Oak Purls win his linzil game. tMil.wun7 opponent helpless. tMil.wn1l ' K . I . , lxikg .fill lm aw xxx lxxiw !N'xx'1litl ERE!! ke' 1 lf, lkx i t A x 0 w liz My AV'w'A'y A'r,ikl't AKA' V 5 N 'w . - -,A -. -xl 1 lyxnlxr f'xNskxl,j'a,kix3 kiln, , iwtitlikitxxxkigx, ,K A beaten -ta , ,AA , lA , s, tk '55 ,Rini x 1'x 'att 1 H . 1 1 I. ' 1 sa . giijxnf 1 lr ,l . . i . . . i . t 5 A VI 15.5 I 3 t S i t tl .t 1 - , W, sis -1 1 f -i .. ' , i , .,t., .su 1 35 H' . t ,apr I 1 , , , 1 . K in i , . , , , . t , - 1 1 2 , , , . t . . . , . Q i t i i 1 A t , V 1 1 ' ' ' t A ! X , x 5 , A Q t . it f ,tif sls't"" ti- tai- ,X v f - x 1, ,.g ,tif :ta tt . Q it -- tg Q 'ix' wwfwwwhm' -sw -s-ww -W Dick Wolll' and Steve Montross prmetl tu he one of the tuugliest doubles conthinzttions on the varsity tennis circuit. fKl't'l1.X'k-ill Many happy returns Stiff competition confronted the varsity tennis team in their quest for another Suburban League championship. Overcoming a demoralizing start, they defeated Nicolet, the top-ranked high school team in Wisconsin. Their success was found in depth rather than in outstanding indi- vidual play. At the outset, the team was hampered by numerous injuries, but there was noticeable improvement in their record as members returned. Veteran netmen Miles Harris, Doug Conant, Dick Wolff, and Jim Harris provided the power, while starting sophomores Andy MacDowell, Dave Brown, and Steve Montross supplied the depth for a championship con- tender. With the needed combination of depth and individual stars, the frosh-soph team was destined for success. "We are big, strong, and experienced. Our first 12 men are all exceptionally good," coach Ed Kahler said. Nationally ranked Jim Ware, sophomore George Clark, and freshman Steve Buerger were the leaders of the squad. HAH in all, this team contained the greatest material that I have ever coached at New Trier," said Coach Kahler. The talents of the frosh-soph team and the sophomores playing at the varsity level should lay the foundation for a championship team in the near future. VARSITY NT-I5 OPP. MAINE SOUTH . . . 4 0 OAK PARK . . . . 3 2 HIGHLAND PARK , . 4 1 PROVISO EAST . . . 5 0 EVANSTON ..... 3 2 WAUKEGAN ..... 4 O New Trier second at New Trier Invita- tional, Hrst at Evanston Invitational, first at New Trier Triangular, and first at Districts. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE NT-E opp. IVIAINE SOUTH . . . 5 0 OAK PARK . . . . 4 1 HIGHLAND PARK . . 5 0 PROVISO EAST . . . 5 O EVANSTON . . . 4 1 WAUKEGAN ..... 5 0 New Trier first at Arlington Invitation- al and first at Arlington Quadrangular. Dave Brown looks on confidently as his partner Doug Conant slashes the ball back into enemy territory. tMiIs0mJ Done to a tee Balance, depth, and outstanding individual perform- ances allowed the varsity golfers to maintain the trend of excellence that has been set in recent years. "Our three. four, and five men were stronger. Last year we had a big drop-off after our one and two golfersf, commented Coach Clint Carlstrom. The team went into the season as de- fending champions of the Suburban League and once again proved themselves as one of the league's strongest competitors. Consistent play by Bob Keyes, .lim Hirsch, Sam Crosby, and Pete Goldsmith, who made up the nu- cleus of the squad. was vital to the varsity's success, with added support coming from Tim Murray, Bill Morley, and Don Casey. New to this yearfs golf program was the ad- dition of more multi-team meets. The increased partici- pation in I2 to 30 squad invitationals not only gave in- centive to Coach Carlstrom's golfers, but also added ex- citement to the competition. In lower class play, the freshm.an-sophomore team, led by aces Fred Schreyer and Joe Neiburger, played well in the hope of retaining their Suburban League crown. Senior golfer Rick Anderson watches with apprehension as his ball takes an unexpected bounce on the way to the hole. tMviz'rJ Paul Wessel puts his shoulders into the swing as he blasts the ball out of a sandtrap. tMeiw-3 t A new Indian game Lacrosse. one of America's fastest-growing and most fascinating sports. is now in its second season at New Trier. Derived from an ancient American Indian game. ey. As Head Coach James McFadzean noted. "lt is il hard. driving. running game. The ideal player has speed. crosse is neither as rough nor as dangerous a sport as is popularly believed. "lt is a sport for the little man as well as the big man." Despite its relative unfamiliarity to the students of New Trier. lacrosse received an enthusiastic response: 70 boys tried out for the team. ln a game of frequent substitution. almost all were able to participate. Outstanding players were Chip Egan. Dave Robertson, and Pete Gundlach. Robertson and Gundlach will return to spearhead a strong team next year. Mr. McFadzen hopes that more schools in the area will be encouraged to form teams. "Lacrosse is really a very enjoyable sport." he said. "We expect it to become a major activity in Illinois in the near future." Lacrosse action is basically a one-to-one battle. as shown in this afternoon practice. tMcierl Ball-carrier Larry Versino skillfully eludes a member of the opposition. and thereby a stout crack. tMeier-3 lacrosse is similar to our modern basketball and ice hock- agility. and courage." Although it is a contact sport. la- Where the girls are lhe sound of clashing sticks resounds throughout the girls' athletic field. 88 GAA badminton players, Carol Hawes and Virginia Carpenter, follow an ECHOES photographers advice to watch the birdie. Whether it was running off those excess pounds after Christmas vacation, slimming down for a summer bikini, shaping up for a size five formal, or just participating in enjoyable competitive exercise, GAA had an activity to offer every girl for every need. This year the GAA board sought to increase interest and spirit among its members by experimenting with open membership. a new rep system. quarter awards, and a slight reorganization of the board. Numerous events were planned during the year to bol- ster participation. The Freshman Demonstration, " '72 Soceroof' was a successful kickoff for the year's activities. which included newly introduced Participation Award Nights and a mother-daughter Gym Jam. The intramural program was revised by the Girls' PE department. combining popular activities with special events. For the hrst time the department entered a girls' interscholastic tennis team in the North Suburban League and won the championship. Additional highlights for the year included an interclass and postal swim meet, an advisory volleyball tournament, and an interclass gym- nastics meet. The year's culminating event was the annu- al dessert where outstanding GAA participants were rec- ognized and new officers were announced. Terry O-RLDLITKC hits for two as GAA girls demonstrate some of the fundamentals of basketball for the varsity team. iK!Il'll1!ll ? f Who's under the apple? tP0rrerJ !f race and dexterity are woven together in creating a beautiful dance. tfvleicrj mnzmwmwf M ,,w.n.w, A Sportstacular year l'he resounding echo ofthe hundhztll ,.,, tI'm-Iwi wk- . , . 1 K A shot . . . . :ind at goal! fA4llA'llIlIl 90 Tom Weil shows the determination of an competitor as he rucex to first base during an l.M. softball game. tOgzIt'nl Tri-Ship and IM all-stars strrrrreeeeetch for the ball in an intra- mural game. 1Mt'ierl A W tw -f n "Maximum participation"-two words that meant a year's work to the Intramural staff. Led by Student Di- rector Steve Ruderman. IM expanded and increased its program. bringing to the student a wider variety of sports events. Active participation. coupled with the smooth handling of the organization. added to the continued success of the Intramural program. This year IM expanded to 25 sports. ranging from horseshoes to football. including curling and pushhall for the first time. The regular distri- bution of "The IM Sporting News" kept all boys abreast of past and current events. thus increasing the seasonal participation. Football. soccer. basketball. handball. golf. and baseball were just a few of the more popular Intra- mural sportsl some of them attained an encouraging Illtl percent adviser room representation. As the pact of IM activity steadily mounted. the l.50tJ participants kept anxious eyes on their continually rising individual and adviser room point totals. Increasingly better sports and the stress and ultimate achievement of "maximum participation" shot the Intramural program past the linish line in olympic form. .lint Hirsch tries to elude the outstretched hand ol' an Ellis defender. tliilwrwil The windup and the pitch . . . lMil.wf11l 9I An intent biology student searches the unknown microscopic world for answers to enigmas within that realm l FI'f!fK'll'fl1,l -ur exq- Gro th and evaluation Academic life at New Trier continued at its usual frantic pace. Students acquired knowledge in many areasg grades were earned and reported. Artistic talent took form in a Hurry of creativity. A thousand skills of every conceivable type were developed. Minds and interests expanded and matured. One of the advantages of New Trier is that each stu- dent is largely allowed to make this expansion in his own way. a way that best suits his individual needs. Upon entering. freshmen are presented with a diverse and stim- ulating curriculum. Within its framework. they can pur- sue any number of interests. Assisted by the speed of the computer and the experience of advisers. students devised highly individualized academic plans. ln keeping with New Trier's policy of constant growth and evaluation. several innovations were made this year. A new philosophy course. taught by Dr. Hugo Thompson. was received with enthusiasm. A history center was cre- ated where students. by signing out of study hall to work for a period. could research papers. or gain insight into past civilizations. Those fascinated by the gadgetry and speed of the computer were surprised to discover that the computer math course they enrolled in was. indeed. mostly math. Despite the innovations that each year brings, some things at New Trier never change. Teachers. once face- less and terrifying. became trusted friends and consultants. A new generation of students experienced the anxiety of cramming for tests. Nine hundred junior themes were re- searched and neatly typed. Seniors watched their mail- boxes with apprchension. waiting for answers from the colleges of their choice. Sophomores were mostly glad that they were no longer freshmen. And so. another year passed at New Trier. V1 i., if N With one mighty surge ot' power. Frank Ktlbusmck. mcmhsr of the auto mechanics clam. lifts a 2.000 pound Mustang. Ulilwmt I ,. 4, ..,.. . .xsggyrzr 33'-. N-.I , ..,g-.,, :.:f,.: Q.: . ' ln" n 2:2-2229115 ..:,:-.3-. :xzfrxggz 3 1 F '- f ""-.51 P+-ug: , 1 . . we fm , Q Food. gluriotls food? A Footix xtudsnt prepares to hukc at dclicioux cake. maui: with the cxpcrt cur: and xkill acquired in her class. iPfll'IC'l I A quintet of intrigued spectators enjoy Mr. Frcys romp through Aniericun litcrutiire. ikflilllllll 1 I wfewffm, 52 1 Us-4 K "film-gg., 4 1 - ,...:wae-mt - M ,N f ' .svn ' g A New Trier home economics student acquires basic skills in her sewing class. lllgzlunl 94 Jean Parisi questions one of the fine points of sculpturing as Mr. Chruscinski explains the techniques involved. lBunzl1J 5 , , ,,-. .Q gf. The images in Jane White's mind How out through her brush and take shape on the canvas. 1Bmflhl New Trier and inner-city students participating in the problems of urban development at the Hillard Homes. Summer Seminar in the Community Affairs program listen to a speaker discussing the QRfIl7fl1f'I'i AUTO CSRILLE nz sr, rs QP' ...ni ' A "Take a right at the next corner. go straight till the third stoplight, then take a left and follow the curve to the right . . QPU:-lark V A future architect designs his model home. QOglll'l1, 95 Senior Linda Yellin stumbles across the headquarters of the infamous New Trier Pumpkin Ring. lBun1hJ ...XA i l Penny Allen displays the intense dererminzuion needed to play hug football. lliourh 1 , if 4. e ,vm if-Q, hw, QQ -4 ,A ,, ,W .,. , , ffFi:1Ti'- A' .. , yi., .Q W 1. ,5s,...,f, k 5,5 ' " 1 R.. ,V A7 f Aim Th last time around lid Cirennzrn, host of "lt's Academic." introduces Robert Gechl. Craig Hohkinm. and lane Corrigan, who display the rexpective emotions of the first "IIE Academic" meet: confidence. puzzle- menl. and pemiveness. 11111111 Slmliuj fg H' w af ' YF V :Q i ,,,' ll , Q, , ig yi .i .. iii ii Vyzkczp ' . , 53 4 1 W f .V K .ai ffz , Q Lqyi i -'rmcff , fu " 'Waals' if 21 ',,- r .gfyu Q' W V i, ' A ,Qc W I 1 V . ,rg W K . 96 i r Dk . Melancholy solitude is reflected bv senior John Vitale as he Steve Pocock adjusts Iauiie Cattolls colsage at the Senior Lhristmi ponders I,ifrd.lin1. l1?oo1l1l i dance lMilwn1l , WMM "'W"""-Q-...,., Wm , . iscs y is Q5 -W in f X v . qv at gear A A-3. 5 -5 ....,,,, c an - ii lf.. -'2zQ:l5giyif3'f2.2..- .,,, r , Len, -' w qi Zkxaibifii' ' A ig? 21692 if3iL5sLfiQtfl," - me til zf--' -f 11 f V 1 . - Seniorism was a widely prevalent and easily detectable epidemic running rampant through the ranks of the Class of '69, Distinguishing characteristics included a noticeable bravery in the face of faculty members. an interest in learning htm to write one's name. address. and telephone number tor college applications. a propensity for growing long sideburns and,-"or mustaches. and a tendency to hold breath or hang by thumbs during the middle of April. Seniors often took fourth year courses in math. English. and physical education. and they frequently freaked out. Thanks to Council. this year's seniors were free and re- sponsible for the first time. They were also able to drink Coke in the Student Lounge and to attend Senior Can- teens. Many seniors had driver's licenses. Senior year. as always. represented either the zenith or nadir of students' involvement in extracurricular activi- ties. Many students lost interest in apathy and chose in- stead to be concerned about other things. such as service organizations. publications. and dramatic productions. Under the merciless reign of oflicers Bobby Lewis. pres- identq Carol Hathaway. vice-president: Mark Stern. treas- urer: and Trudy Harrison. secretary. The Class of '69 made its presence felt as the ruling elite of New Trier High School East. Ihoreziu said. "I never found the cnnipunimn that was xo compzmionahle as solitude." Junior Carl Siine. loo. finds that solitude is welcome viith ai luke and 21 copy of Wuldwi. l1lIL'fjl'lIl The awakening Xpnil tmni ilic cruvxd, Dulc Smit Iurnx In unlcniplaiiiun ul the iuniwr :luv party. l Uil.mnl l lu ilic iiiniuig hu drixcik liyciixc incainl incrcuwd indc- pcndcmc-fziml no more urmulcd lwimzxf lI'nf'11'rl Chief Dick Law emerges from the junior Homecoming wigwam. 1NIil.y'0Ht l -. Q ., .,i y ..- ff?it3s,r-ggglgef 'A if-iigf ' at 1 s f . iv? f IS . ' f Q5-Q.-ts . . ..i, "W Q.. f 1 KL ' , , A in .ef . .KE . 532539 :QL - any ' 1- fi, X' .f 5 H 15 ref' .la 'Sub as -x e. 55 .ab PM H wjgik , x t s .Nga Q, ,, ei., g i '1- at U., is .. S: e siege sg 'Lg- " ftsiff. . 'Effie --" st wt ,JSR N Q e Q v .1 gt, After two years in high school. the student found that junior year was the connecting link between naivete and maturity. Instead of just following the crowd. he found ways to express his individuality. Along with this new awareness of self. the junior found that unifying class and school participation still provided an enjoyable experience. Capable oflicers and a spirited class participated in various activities to promote group achievement and in- dividual expression. The class float. judged as the best all-around. and their rotunda party. "The Circular File." represented the new and different imaginative qualities that characterized this class-on-the-go. The juniors found a competitive challenge in the preparatory tests and con- ferences which gave exciting. if sometimes dismaying. looks at colleges. Juniors were confronted with long re- search papers which caused many a student frustration and lengthy hours of study. but in the end brought a feel- ing of self-accomplishment. Members of the Class of '70 found an opportunity to relieve the pressure of earning grades by participating in clubs and sports. and by run- ning for the many' offices that were open to them. Al- though the junior had a rough time meeting the demands of schoolwork and extra-curricular actiyities. he realized that his hectic schedule was half the fun of his busy year. As the junior also became more aware of the complex world of today through courses like L'.S. history. political science. and sociology. he realized the personal problem of trying to adjust to the role of an adult, But perhaps this awakening to maturity made hint a more complete person. Terri Tomlinson finds that college testing is a necessary eyil of junio: yen UI! if' 99 New sophomore supervisors discover the joys of filling out ditch slips for juniors ttlgtlerzj 1 Great expectations Something drastic happened to the typical frosh of last year. When he reappeared last fall. he showed up along- side upperclassmen instead ol' a day early. with an air of omniscience and sophistication and without his orthodon- tial appendages. This new sophomore is no longer ntystiticd by a con- ference in room M482 this year he lets the freshmen try to lind it. The sophomore spends four and a half minutes between periods exchanging essential knowledge with old friends when. only a year ago. tive minutes dctinitely proved to he inadequate to re-inventory all those hooks and consult the secret roadmap. The sophomore solves his first geometrical proof as a result of frustrating attempts at logical order. He knows how many others in his biology class are allergic to for- maldehyde and his literary interests shift from ancient Greece of Homer to the Victorian England of Dickens. But these were not the only metamorphoses undergone by the sophomore. The massive foreboding complex known as New Trier East has changed too. lt is no longer the labyrinth he knew from third grade swimming les- sonsg it has changed into a place of relaxed familiarity. into his school. And he participates. Last year's frosh no longer tremblcs at the sight of a mohg he is a veteran and a sophomore. i' 'lb ixliu wplmrnorcx PNfChCkiCliCl!CLf duuor tvwr lhcil :luv party. C loud Nine." f.xit'l,t'l', Face In uc xxilh hh udviwr chairman. ll ruptured wphurwwre wlcrxmlx decinrcx. "All l'm going to tell your Hr. Flliull. ix my name. udxixer. amd l ID I1LlIIlbCI',N tlimfllrb f 2 E A wphumorc cheerleader Ieadx her claw in cxpruwing their enthmiuxm. rwilmrny IOI The first time around Mr. Allen serves as an link between the generations during Freshman-Cro-To4School Night. lMil.wn1J fr t AV,,i t,,,,,,g WN BQ-lvww 'ffl Don Quixote. playcd by James Eckhouse. converses with his noble steed Rozinuntc. who is Cliff Tabin in disguise. if A7 , . 102 'Ee Freshman year marks the beginning of a search for a place. for the identity that will make the freshman an indi- vidual when he graduates. Last year's eighth graders entered New Trier with the same apprehension, the same wide-eyed bewildcrment. the same armload of books which for years has typilied the average frosh. As always. the first few months of freshman year were months of conformity, With the discovery of Chandler notebooks. Pep Club. and The Oa'ys.s'ey, the members of the Class of '72 became collectively integrated into the day-to-day life at New Trier. These weeks were a time of new faces. experiences. and problems . . . By mid-year. some freshmen dared to venture from the shelter of mass identity which protected them. Experi- menting with athletics. various clubs. and other organiza- tions. the Class of '72 became seriously involved in some- thing more than the academic aspect of school. Some pursued interests in the field of dramatics by working on Lagniappe or "The Wonderful World of Don Quixote," this year's freshman play. Still others participated in the elections for class officers and student council represen- tatives. By the end of the year. the freshmen had dis- covered the many directions that could be followed in the coming years. The freshmen descended en masse upon New Trier. yet in l972 they will leave. a united group of individuals. Dazed but determined. freshmen boys begin their first hectic dn ut N y Trier. l.VIfl.mm l Freshmen v-v-v-vibrate at ther class mixer. L-Ci-C-Cosmic YN X X hrations. rlitwrlzl Haven't l seen you somewhere before? fBon1l1l wudmw year of evaluation "This will be a year of self-study, or inquiry into our professional competencies, of search for improvement of instruction and of all that we do herej, Dr. Cornog said as the entire school prepared for an extensive evaluation by the North Central Association. This critique of New Trier brought into perspective the strengths and weak- nesses of the New Trier curriculum, teachers, and students. The success of the evaluation was achieved through a two-fold process. The first step involved organizing the faculty and administration into committees to examine and report on New Trier life. The second step was the use of the committee reports by the department heads so that they could improve their respective divisions. In April, members of the North Central committee came to New Trier to observe classes and the general at- mosphere of the school in order to supplement the study of New Trier by our own administration. After three days, they wrote reports Critiquing the self-evaluation programs and discussing ways to improve New Trier. Their re- ports were then submitted to the Board of Education for study. The administration provided greater communication with the student body through lTV's "Credo,' and WNTH's "Perspective '69." These programs involved students and faculty members discussing contemporary problems which both generations confronted. New Trier regretted the retirements of Miss Norma Sleight, head of the mathematics department: Miss Lillian Lennards, Latin teacherg Miss Emelyn Waltz, social studies teacher: and Mr. E. Vantine Smith, chemistry teacher. I' C C t O I' Y J Leadership and service I lt fi X! Nt, , Q I I A ..+fg,fI-via ,gr ' fp QP' "'vv':w" 1 BILL SPIRO GR,xII.IIM BURNS .l,INI- VANCL HILL IJRLIIQHQ President Vice-President Secretary Trezisurci' STUDENT ' ' I l I z. 'V I I haf COU NCIL f' ' ' fm' -'31 1 2 " WH 5 - ',' Af .IIM JIIDIII- ,lIIvI lWITCHE1.l LINDA HUIIIIIQY COLETTE KOCOUR Cllll' BLACK Srur KIQISI Co-Head Co'HeIId Co-Head Co-Head Honor Surety Dining Hall Dining Hall Conwmunications ComnIuniczItions l"'9 MARI SANIILHQ JANE FULTON TOM GIBSON ART l-IT'l'LEl-'HELD ROSALIE LAWLOR Bois YIQOMAN GIQOFF CILHOIIN Coordinations Co-Head C0'Head Library Co-Head Unity Co-Head Unity Senior Study Hall Study Hall and Spirit and Spirit Rcsponxihility SECOND SEMESTER BOARD-FIRST ROW: Brott. Lloyd. Ellzey. Judge. Cummings. Bruce, Lyon. SECOND: Hirsch. Wilkins Weinberg, Hall. Cohn. Katz. REAR: Greenberg. Cramer. Crown. Lund. lb'mIIhl STUDENT WT. iw COUNCH V. my 1.- 2.-r.. FIRST SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Disch. Lidsker Rastetter. Brott. Crane. Hathaway. N. Schaff, Lee. Bierman. Sternberg. Richman. Houpt. Kelleher. Drake. Ellis. SECOND: Lyon. Kuenzel. Bengtson. Ingersoll. Fresen. Lloyd, Brand. Maize. Weinberg. Klee. Denison. Yablong. Hirsch. Goldsmith. D. Scharf. REAR: Fyfe. Stern. Spoehr. Schumacher, Crown, Judge. Pocock. Houfek. Hall, McNitt, Burns. Wolin. 'gp' ...if ' .Me SECOND SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Lidsker. Rastetter. Sehstad. Rhode. Green. Lyon. Freeark. Allen. Ware. Weinberg. Gleiss. Sandler. Friedman. Mannos. Judge. SECOND: B. Johnson. Hall. Kuenzel. Bengtson. Kocour. Fresen. Lucente. Lawlor. Jenkins. Delaney. M. Johnson. Hammond. Calhoun. Richman. de Vos. Bierman. Tager. THIRD: Turley. S. Black. Youngdahl. Hernen. Ingersoll. Littlefield. Mitchell. Yablong. Preston. Maize. McLeod. Schweitz. Houpt. Wilcox. Goldsmith. REAR: Hughey. Gore. Schumacher. Poor. Gutnayer. C. Black. D. Black. Dodge. Houfek. Williamson. Giordano. Coven. McNiI1. Burns. Y Q 5- 3 Q - -Afi if , ,, ,,.,..,-Q "' t DL ,i'ii L, O STEVE WHITE Lagniappe CO-Director NIARV POLLACK Lagniappe CO-Director X 1 'fy' 7 .. Ez' 42? A . MARK SELBY "N" Club President MARC DEMMON Service Chairman JOHN SIVRIOIIT Public Relations Chairman LARRY COHEN Usher Corps Chairman DAN'E BOGOLUB Social Service Chairman JIM HARRIS Charities Chairman JERE HIN ES Arrangements Chairman PETE BUTLER Dance Chairman Zw Q 5 'UW' TRI-SHIP TOM Dix President ROGER SCULLY Vice-President TOM KUENZEL f f A I Dinner Chairman ' ': ' 1 ' K PAT O'GARA If ku I b "1 Q Ticket Chairman .3 ,, 2 I BILL MORLEY ' Q Secretary BOB DIX Sc-ph. Class Chairman " ' it is I A I , V g 1 'A fi 'fiat -::- I M' . l RICH FORD Treasurer s!"x if E, vm-1" .lr-NNIHQR IAF!-I' President -dig, SUSAN MCFA RLAN Vice-President Nl uw Sion ME SMITHERS Treaxu re r STACY DMN Chairman of Reps and Freshmen NANCY ATOR Social Drncimu PANAS Social Service .lANh ZOPP C0'Head Service KATHY STUHR ll? ggi? BARBARA LEVLRLNZ Secretary Rossi: Dmz Charity CA rm RINI: COMPTON Employment PEGGY Pmizsoiw Financial LINDA YELLIN Friendly IJOROTHY STI-INHOFF Publicity ,-r ' 1' A EEZ- 7 2 ' 1 , C o-Head Service GIRLS CLUB 2' f wr. W if , rn GIRLS' CLUB FRESHMAN HELPERS-Hall. Miller. l.ee. Shurnmn. Hztnnxi Ciohble. Rubinstein. Drummond. Prince. Garnett. Finney Sternberg. Martin. tiliilminl CORINNA SMITH Co-Head Projects NlEl.lNDA NIMTON Co-Head Prujects SoPni,x Potntxxowsxl Co-Head Art flrfflf- 4314- K L IASS MANACiERS-lohnwn. Dean, Croft. tlfnurlil NANCY Busn Co-Head Art Knimniwie C'Hi.RnY Projects .lunior Amt, Julie Rom-Mi-,nz Aust. Friendly P.txMiLx l.lgVVlS Asst. Publicity SUSAN l:Rl'UlJl-,NIH im Amt. Service S.txR.Vui lYl0RAN Asst. Financial PEP CLUB l KATHY DAVIDSON NANCY HOUIIEK President Vice-President SOPHOMORE CHEERLEADERS-FIRST ROW: Ellis. Lidskcr, VARSITY CHFERLEADFRSYFIRST ROW: Ciranuni. Vail. Nlannos. SECOND: lobials. Allen. Aldrich. Fllis. REAR: liurley. Hall, fflgfffffil SECOND: Levercnz. REAR: Cutler. Isaacs. de Vos. lCanrinl l 5 s Q l BETSY INGERSOLL Secretary-Treasurer DONNA KUHN Co-ordinations 1 E Suk MOORE Art and Publicity GAIL GuTHR1L Asst. Art and Publicity MACH BIERMAN Asst. Art and Publicity I so 1 1 ,, TRIM-t LLOYD Eligibility 4:8 HE f V Mfa-wifi' 'M A, ff' 5- POM-POM GIRLS-FRONT: Crane. Gleiss. Eix. Sebstad. RFAR: Lee. Kirby. Borre. Saunders. Scully. Schumacher. Johnson. tBO01l1l N. , ' I5 Y 4 s si. , . 'Ov SUE MULLLIR Asst. Eligibility DORIS SCHl'M-XClllhR Pom-Pom Captain PIQNNY Ati EN Varsity Cheerleading Captain .lOANll1 Llnsicin Sophomore C heerleading Captain Son Himktms Selling hll-.LINDA RASAIETILR Asst. Selling BOYS' GUARD-FIRST ROW: Leanse. Woodbury, Petit-Clerc. Fyfe. McLaren. Baughman. Eustis. T. Woodbury. Millikin. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tsponsorl. Mr. Cajet tsponsorl. Cramer. Bayard. Baird. Mack. Carroll. Johnson. Mr. Matz twponsorl, Mr. Woltl' tsponsorl. THIRD: Beiersdorf, Pocock. Mitchell. McLaughlin, Craig. May. Gutstadt. Williams. REAR: Durlacher. McCullough. Agnew. Anderson. Hall. Oliphant. Curran. Cutler, Hart. tMeie1'-Milsulrij I GIRLS' GUARD-FIRST ROW: Marshall. O'Rourke. Tappendorf, Jones. J. Lee. Derry. Shockey. Foltz. Rubenstein, Walradt. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tsponsorl. Mr. Cajet tsponsorl. Denson. Engleman. McNerney. K. Stuhr. Goss. M. Stuhr. McClure. Garnett. Mr. Matz lsponsorl. Mr. Wolff tsponsorl. THIRD: Wells. Meyers. Whittemore. Butz. Bird. Crane. Martin. Moore. Butler. REAR: L. Lee. Haas. Anger. Shepard. Prassas. Kelley. Dorrer. Wagner. Carlstrom. Barrett. tMt'ier-Milsmnl SOCIAL SERVICE SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD!-Mr. Ward, Olson. Painzis. Mr. IN1ine:n'. fornyn. Siniihwni Steiger. Bogolub. Rzincc, rliffiulzr Head L GAIL LIPPM.-KN CRAIG JOHNSON ' Co-President C0-President 'Q 34 K ,.,f E wa' L f JACQLJP STI-xi NS Cluwsiu ANDY Rui Mulh and Science if Student Teaching Week QSHARLI-S Diuais Math and Science STUDENT TUTORING Plum' ZOLHJ Modern I.anguz1geN TRUDY HARRISUN Modern Languages AFS AFS BOARD-FIRST ROW: Folopoulos. Derry. Whitman. SECOND: Persson. Texlor. Scholl. Edson. THIRD: Nliillcr. Levinson. Peterson. Miller. Homer. ABSFNT: Boudarl. Hoskim. 1 .'VIr'ic'r J ,ff X1 N1.-XRCPI,0 S'rHwn1Rc,: LIPNA I,lBl1RATU VUNNY SIMON ,f-wg, ,M BIB! Gluss .IOANNA HALL Performing arts GIRLS' ENSEMBl.li-FIRST ROW: Korsvik. Howell. R. Miller. Manchester. Ernst. Gohhle. S. Hall. Bernstein. Fisemann. Kramer. Hisherg. Leehner. T. Hall. Baugher. Pancoe. Gerden, SECOND: Jeracki. Kelleher. Plochman. Elliott. M. Miller. Padorr. Burns. Hantman. Steinhoff. Brill. Martin. Hathaway. Sehstad. Lyon. Williams. REAR: Kaufman. Quaintance. Neuman. lamhert. Lage. Reichert. Danielson. Johnson. Dean. Wilson. Lee. Mero. Dunkle. Pettit. Knight. Sollman. Johnston. Q25 its . 5 ' f A ' . sv Y 9:1 if J, .. 'gs QW 'E of .... t at 1 S 15 f Q W . C D -' "-': 1 H ' . '.t ' Q f 4 A 5 . .. .. f if . J .ff 1 9 t . rtiln iie W K . tr I 'xi ' y I ' .1 ..,. f ' W l S " il il 4 L 5 1 l I I BOYS' ENSEMBLE-FIRST ROW: Guyot. Black. Sayre. McLaren. Murray. Neuman. Harms. Calhoun. Agnevt. Paine. Shearon. Stern. Bernick. SECOND: Henschel. Drucker. Hart. Brandt. Stiles. Hamilton. A. Hall. Collins. Lund. Kilner. Poyser. Fyfe. REAR: Burns. Ciornog. Hughes. Sethness. Colwell. Johnsen. S. Hall. Lanahan. Gielow. Anderson. Seaman. Bayard. Roherts. OPERAAFIRST ROW: Knupfer. Howell. Paneoe. Kinney. Selw- stad. Todhunter. Baugher. Brookman, Smith. D. Burns. Sehlueter T. Hall. Liberato. Elliott. Butz. SECOND: Scholl. Jaudon. Brill Cole. Hantman. Bernstein. Vance. Milsom. Sternherg. Johnston. Miller. Mero. Jeracki. Everitt. J. Hall. Ernst. Franco, THIRD: Kelleher. Martin. Lee. Ploehman. Steinholl. Johnson. Lambart. Ad ams. Lage. Knight. Smithers. Williams. Klein. Lyon. Pettit FOURTH: Goodman. Drucker. Brittingham. Stern. Mueller. Neu U0 in t., man. Wallens. Quaintanee. Fotopoulos. Wilson. Kaufman. Dean. Houfek. Seeter. Lawrezies. Catlin. Windhorst, FIFTH: Rader- man. Millard. Grinnell. Bono. Brandt. Wagner. Shearon. Ensor, Berl. Paine. Stale. Neehes. Campbell. Spoehr. Nagel. Simmons. REAR: Broten. Bonnell. Hamilton. Gayot. Sethness. Anderson. Hensehel. O'Brien. Marver. Hanson. Barenbrugge. Kruse. unidenti, lied. G. Burns. O'Connell. Lanahan. Roberts. SENIOR CHOIR-FIRST ROW: Wilkins. Stoker. Lee. Woolon Manchester. Suerth. Barenbrugge. Preston. Redding. Krimmer Hall. Richheimer. Butz. Rich. Klein. SECOND: Lochridge. Swan Gerrie. Templeton. Freeman. Cook. Poe. Johnsen. Murray. Beatty Agnew. Grinnell. Millikin. Pierson. Verta. Abrams. Gleiss. Renseh THIRD: Mueller. Ciruenwald. Powers. Kovaleils. Millenson I.ynde. Ismond. Blaze. Harrison. Kueruel. Sustman. Sternberg Hartman. Gerden. Prince. Cummings. Drummond. FOURTH: Diehl. Cellier. Augdahl. Horky. Cox. Stuart. Fergusson. REAR: Mcfiuane. Goodpasture. Donaldson. Kroeger. Davidson. Milsom Robertson. Fox. Hughes. Berg. Nagel. Denison. Gundlaeh. An derson. Zopp. Compton. Dunkle. Foley. Meyers. Granum. Kotler. JUNIOR GIRLS' CHOIR-FIRST ROW: Trossman. Rice. Vail. Ross. Treichel. Karp. Vranek. Wayne. MeNerney. Tiseh. Cooper, Mazur. SECOND: MeQuiddy. Lafave. Kelley. Begley. McBride. Diehl. Rueltinger. Kerr. Batterham. Heyn. Hawes. Holton. John, son. REAR: Morgan. Sullivan. McCann. Deneker. Nelson. Seheu- ble. Nagel. Roberts. Perreault. Thornburg. Storm. Hassenauer. Ackermann. Bishop. Isaacs. Moran. Drummond. Yttdell. Drew Lewis. SECOND: Smith. lsmond. Senden. Williams. Campbell. .I. Nielsen. McAllen. Burns. Jones. Graves. Schmiel. Engelland. Nlcfullough. Hoskins. REAR: E. Nielson Jones. Richter. Lee. Kaspar. Houpt. Gilmore. lgleheart. Bjork, Kelley. 1-eTourneau. Johnson. NIUSETTES-FIRST ROW: Burnet. Grilton. Gross. Dodder TROUBADOURS-FIRST ROW: More. Miller. Braet. James Ball. Fitch. Robertson. Jensen. Stuhr. Gutnayer. Kolflat. Kelly Hilardes. SECOND: Wilson. Christian. Dedker. Denison. Gober Miller. Prodramas. Lochriclge. Preston. Hall. Fox. Beatty. REAR Fischer. Broad. Sorg. Hill. McBride. Barbee. MacDonald. Werner Kirkland. McClure. Berg. Detmer. LHORALIERS-FIRST ROW: Gaber. Teton. Huroxxitz. Eix. Hayvtard. Petty. Frissell. Stoker. Thrall. l.e.leune. Gibson. Schwartz Bryan. Carlson. Miller. SECOND1 Bradt. Dellow. Miodonski. Oion. Allison. Shockey. Teiferi Wheeler. Lussky. Fine. Woodbridge. Smith lohnson. Frieclherg. THIRD: Fhrenherg. .lennrich. Maynard. Lavin. McNair. lNlcMorrow. Ponder. Holtsbcrg. Erickson. Borre. Roepke Hicks. Dunn. Callander, REAR: Kinney. Dahl. Boclecn. Schilling. Murray. Meikle. Yohe. White. Deming. Hurley. Kenyon. Rolhermel Duncan. O'Rourkc. SENIOR ORCHESTRA Sl-'NIOR ORCHIQSTRA---XVlOl.IN1 Adu. N, Bloch. Bi'zidxl1zivx.Bi'o. liinlinghziin. Coven. Curtis. lickhouse. Ellison. Ewing. Fell. Gil- more. Goldstein. Goodman. Cireen. Hupp. luphzi. l.. lohnxon. R. lohnxon. Keller. Knupler. Leiden. Long. M. Miller. Minow. Rus- musxen. Reynolds. Rodgers. Sezibury. Singsen. Slullcr. Vorreiler. Weixlmiml. Wood. VIOLAZ Campbell. Cloud, Corry. liisenberg. C. Purley. liieohs. Kansa. A, Al'odhunlei'. Clil.l.O: Cameron. Cohen. Goi1lon..l. Hams. Hall. Horn. Horxxilz. H. Korwik. lelxingcr. Mone son. Moore. Real. Szimller. Sbzinberge. Shulix. Steiner. .l. lodhiini er. STRING BASS: li. Bloch. Hziltim. Kozloll. Neulon. Spies. 'liextoi' FI.Ul'li: l-Kinney. Korsvik. S. Miller. D. Sehcwilz. lhonipxon Tubbs. OBOE: Baird. Koch. Rosenthal. Cl.ARlNli'li: Benton Ernst. Petersen. G. Schevwilz. Shapiro. BASSOON: S. Farley. F Hams. Norwood. Olson. 'l'robziugh. FRENCH HORN: Geist. K Muller. R. Muller. Pelerson. Reiehelderfer. Remehke. Rosenvuild XVQIISOH. 'liRLflXlPli'l': Ellington. l.C,liOlll'I161lll. Pzirshaill. Lfrbiin 'l'Ul3A: Kehoe. PERCUSSION: Dove. Gibson. .lueobxon -I-hOlNL1S. Wullx. PIANO: Millzird. TROMBONIE: Norlrup. Renxuh Slellenx, CONCERT BAND CONCERT BAND-UBOES: L. Watson. BASSOONSZ Ci. Tay- lor. Bonyngc. Omachi. FLUTES: Wheelan, Kretchmer. Crown Shapiro. Yudell. Mueller. Bischoff. Sobel. Jordan. Eckert. Kao. Stonehouse. M. Taylor. CLARINETS: Gould, Schewitz. D. Saw- yer. Miodonski. Hauenstein. Keller. Moss. Clark. White. Randle Strunk. Kaiser. Wolf. Richman. Striebel. BASS CLARINET' Schneider. ALTO SAXOPHONE: B. Watson. Ciastler. Rechel TENOR SAXOPHONES: Conrod. Sanders. BARITONE SAX OPHONES: Grigg. TRUMPETS: Wells. Luntlin. McNally Brown. Chien. Campbell. Lersch. Reeves. Weibel. Sale. Mayer Ducey. Henn. Fitzgerald, FRENCH HORNS: Reichelderfer Muller. Horn. Leekley. Everds. T. Sawyer. BARITONES: Frc sen. Deahl. Sweitzer. TROMBONES: Sorenson. Stelliens. Moss Enschelmayer. Piper. TUBAS: Kehoe. Bransford. Garrett. PER CUSSION: Doctor. Haas. .lacobson. Smith. Sweitzer. Wolfe, 9'I'ACili BANDfAI.'I'O SAXOPHONI3: Hoyt. Wkitxoii. Muck. Schneider. IENOR SAXOPHOTNI4: Hum. lFr'nxt, Katz. I5rictIl1c1'g. Snmicrs. ISARITONF S,-XXOPHOWE: Peterson, 'IRL'NIl'Ii'Ii: Ikiixhzill. Lihztn. Krone. Young. Broten. Broun. Doctor. IROM- tRighH HON S' ADVANCED DXTNVI--SII IINCI: lxoIII11t.Ca1l BONE: Dodgc.Noi'iri1p. Renxch. liurns,S0i'cnson. II.illAj Iii- lin. KTNFEIMINU1 Bcrz. Humphrey. Homo. Iiiirm. Henwhul iclwon. STRING BASS: Ringcl. PIANO: IXIZIIIIII. Flliot. lfriuk- THIRD: Mr. Nicholxori. Siegel. Luoodmzin. Iiramdt. Itmrcnqc Non. Cilfll,-XR: Mow, DRI NI-SFI: Illiomm, Stilex. REAR: Hrittingliztm.Iincn. Pziinmhoyet. tllfltiwir HONOR BAND--l:I.U'IiI5: Tizlwlwx. Mayor. lung. Bro. lzninixix. Wilcox. Pltiritlgc. Inger. OHOI: Roxcntlml. HASSOON: Ikiyloi L I .XRINI I: Iwictllwcig. I.ux5. Hitticnxtcm. Roth. .lziuolwxoiy Smith. liixkzitltlon. Iaizcaii. Igkcx. .VXI IO L I XRINVIZ lrnxt, BASS til .XR lxlivli Cohcn: .-Xl.'lO YXXOPIIOTNI9: Hoyt. Sqlmuitlci' IFNOR SAXOPIIOYIZ Iluaix. IQARIIOXI NXXO!'I'IO'NI': Ikttcnxciw IRl XIl'l5'Ii Iiimn, Xloziix. Young. lizitf. Cioiic. llxmcx. iioltlmzin. HORN: Wktlxoii. Rcuhlxu. Ilutuiwti. Nltillcr. IRONIRONI Htirm. Simpson. Xltick. IIXRIIONI-: Nloxx. SVKCIIICIQ llI4:X:l'iiuIwon. Nlclxziy, I'l'RtISSlON: l"lV.QI: Iiilptitiidt. Qtittiulnziqu XXhccIci'. fcngclcii 1 "" I.ACiNI,-XPPI. BOARD--FIRSI' RCJXN: XIgKuImn. Yuungkluhl. fIIIlIIUllI'CN. Ycllin. Pucker. Iinuptcz. :XIWI'LlIIIIIIINUI'I, SIX UND' Wood. Cirixzmmurc. Pierson, Iiuhli. I'Iwrxcn. NIuNui1'. Xlcm. IHIRD: Scclcr. Shurmun. HLIIILIIIIIHIIII. -Xrxilcx, Squircx. RIJAR: While. I'oIIz1uII. 1.IlrivrI N. Wh. I CII XMISI-QR ORLII-II-SIIRA-VIUI IN: KIILIPICI. NI, Miller. Wcvmi. Leiden. Scuimry. Cmcn. N. Bloch. Cioldxtcin. Flliwn. Fwing. Hupp Slullcr. VIOLA: Curry. Farley. Ismllmmur. CIUUII. LII-I IO: Nlunsun. Szmdlcr. SI1L1nbergc. Clmmcrun, PIANO: Nlillurd. Ii XSS: I' X liluuh. Nculon. Spiu. H.LIII't Ihompwnk S, XIIIIUI, Ulcisx. OISUI-.3 Iigud. C'I.ARINI':T: Hcnlon. Slmpiro, IIASSUON. Olwn. Nm xumd. I'RIzXC H HORN: Iimcmmld. CIGNA VMIINUI1. Iicterwn. 'I RL f'.II'IfI': Iknlxhull. I,II'INlII. IINIIJATNI: XXLIIIN. DEBATE SENIOR DIQBA l'I9 IFAXI k I-RON! ROW: Romiler. Hoskinx. Hynrcn. RIQAR: Black. Sayre. Wolin, ABSEN IA: Katz. Ifvtlll I A L -a r DIrfBA'l'I9 TEAM-FIRST ROW: Rhode. Hynren. Freudcnheim. Smilhson. Cooper. Rossilcr. Lawson. Miss Peilhman. SECOND: Mr Lcdinslly. Fiffer. Katz. Sylvan, Perlman. Waschcr. Lang. Hirsch. Suslick. Mr. Boyd. THIRD: Samuels. Moline. Fletcher. Rudernran Friedman. lNIcC'arIney, llvxilling. Hoskinx, REAR: Black. Sayre. Ahlhorn. Edson. Bicderrnan. Kilner. Miodonski. Wolin. If'lIllII'7Il l Rom RI SCO1 T Editor-in-Chief NEW TRIER NEWS Communications TOM Josufit SUE WiTTHxoR'r Editor-in-Chief Feature Editor REPORTERS-FIRST ROW: Cameron. Donahue. Fritz. Squires. SECOND Hurnette. Cuttie. Frued. Snover. REAR Rocklin. Hall. Cole. Cohen. Schmidt. A Rumi: I ----.....,,., if CRAIG JoitNsoN General Business Manager DAN KiNsELl.A Sports Editor Burr HOFFBHQG Asst. Sports Editor Joni. BAKER Head Photographer SUE ShNDi.N Office Manager AL FENG Asst. Copy Editor HEIDI MALUGEN Asst. News Editor Dam Fouc Asst. Feature Editor JAN ET SNOVER Ad Manager Iv .IXNFT CIYIAPMAN News Editor 'NV' Isc:I-Ions ALAN KRENSKY JIM RocRI,IN Tom FRIDSTEIN Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Layout Editor JANE CORRIGAN PATRICIA CLOUD KAY RICHMAN NANCY HERZBERU BETSY WAGNER Copy-Special Copy-Special Copy Editor Copy Editor Copy Editor Pictures Editor Pictures Editor 4 :f,,A2 PEGGY WHITMAN FRAN HYMEN SUE ROSSITER JUDY MEYI3R DAVE KATZ DAVE ROSENZWEIG BRENT OGDEN Special Pictures Special Pictures Special Pictures Special Pictures Co-Sports Editor Co-Sports Editor Photography Editor Editor Editor Editor Editor JUNIOR ASSISTANTS-FIRST ROW: Mack. Mcliahan. Keller. Powers. SECOND: Widran. Hughes, Davidxon. REAR: Ringel Mandel. Webb, Weiss. ABSENIT: Biederman. Fiffer. Friedman. Stine. tligflcrivt INKLINCES HOARD--FLOCKWISIEZ Schoenberg. Bcrz. Mr. Boyer. Ogden. Cohen. Koflutf. Zelinxky. L male. McVcy. Mandel. Schulman. Chexluw. l.'Vlil.mn1i INKLINGS '0's...a.. N... 'ff' .xl K1 IIH N111 en 1- Blu. Crm I M -.Rx CQOSIEN Rl NII Sums Nm R11 Plmlwg"z1p?1g hiilo. C'oordinuling Hiilur l.il:rur5 Fdilm Art lidilm 5 W 1 I ll: HAIX NEPRAVDA-Wcrlhclmcr. Feng. SlCl'I1lWCl'g. Hughex. Nliw k not. Smylhe. Svscnxon. 10ydmb 4BFAU-Rcichcrl. l,. Gardner. Briggs. Ellis, Mrs. Morris tsponwrb. Schaif. Gordon. M. Gardner. Kl'wr1f'rD DE TODO UN POCO-Price. Tomlinson. Keller. Mrs. Keith. ABSENTI Muenle. lfllilmrrzj PRAECO-Heinen. Nielsen. Neuman. Mrs. Endres. Sand. Filkins. SCHREIBFRI-Kroeger. Wagner. Wexton. INlr'ivril Clarke. fPIIl'll'l',, FRANK .lAEsc'1iKl Editor Rtrrwum Mui 1 R Publicity Lwm YELLIN C0'Head of Script JINNIFI-QR Juris C0-Head of Script O PLAYBACK PLAYBACK STAFF-FRONT ROW: Garnett. Davidson. Leslie Harms. REAR: Miller. Iaeschke. Speiss. Merrell. tOgdw1J ' K in si? . DANIEL STERN Broadcast Coordinator ALLAN SIEGERT Chief Announcer MARY KAY MITCHELL Ofiice Manager GAIL LIPPMAN News Director FRED STEINLR Technical Director MIKE KATZ Sports Director PETER Music Special Events Director LALR! SCHRYER Public Relations Director CHARLES HLL'ER Chief Engineer LESLIE NIILLENSON Asst. Program Director AARON Cours Production Coordinator KATHY ABRAMs Tape Manager WNTH ANNOUNCERS AND OPERATORS- FIRST ROW: Friefield, Wagner. Siegert. Elisberg. Weil. Beck. SECOND: Heuer. Williams. Mc Cobb. Minow. Stern. Ogden. THIRD Suslick Worsek. Lau. Rosen. Addis. Grieshaber. Barber Koch. Fitch. Coffee. REAR: Cartwright. Butler Kuzniiak. Cohen. Corrigan. Munk. Solomon tMzfic'rl WNTH PRODLCERS-FIRST ROW: Boles. Elisberg. Minow. Miner. Millen Rosen. REAR: Kuzmiak.Barher. AB SENT: Wilson. l.xIl'lf'l'l son. Zollo. Stern. SECOND: Cartwright. Lau. Cohen. Addis. McCobb. Cole. ITV y 151. , 1 . -, 1, , . V2 E -'Q 13 551 A : , if A j gl .H if- W 2 El'M?f:X9L W .L E, im-' rf: 'fly ,, .r:,?M..,,, A RH ,MRD FN -W, RK, ,I XMI s CYINIDRIN Pl 'H R .Imms lm,-mil,C1,l,n ,s,dxixC,v Ant. l'r'uduc1iun Ark Dircclm N1 amugc 1' P ITV STAFF-FRONT ROW: Krcines. Koch, REAR: Watson Eldridge. C'onnirin. Kiilhcrl. Sugruc. Jacoby Corrigan, Rigs. NH SENT: Brown. Dearborn. J. lxI'ClChl"I1Bl'. rx. Krelchmcr .QCYIIIIIIIII Athletics CROSS COUNTRY Y,-XRSIJY CROSS C'Ul'N'l'RY-FROXJ ROW: Lcwix. Bock. Huyl. Nlcllxxcc. Judge. John Slexunrl. Nlullcn. Hullis. Wcxtfull. Rcnn. REAR: JfSIl'Jl'1. Moran. Vihon. Peck. Rall. Hincx. Winter. Butler. Jcif Stewart. HlII'JJ'WllII. Duhlhcim. Hzmcs, tfmzrini 4 I I I rf.-'Inf - - , 19" Bifxiia ' M I J 2 i ' 3. A I 2 Q i f, x :sf 7""' J ' t :law .R aa, V a . g ' 9 K J, , J f' , - iy, sg m i Z P J rrirr yy !3..5Lf.,i I .lyk v, awry Q fl V , ' ' i , Q ' Q56 Y I - 'K . , , V ,, M I FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FRONT: Jennings. Peterx. Henn. REAR: Mr. Everly tcoachb. Miehle. Narrod. Kirkland. Kiskad' don, Hilarides. Lewis tcuptainl. ABSENT: Cornell. Morton. 1Ogder1-Bourhb ,, ,1 ff Q? +5 ','. fp, ft- ' 7 'WD' FOOTBALL VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Galloway. Sivright. Spiro. Eix. Smith. DeCarlo. Calhoun, Demmon. Davidson. Baylor. Anderson. O'- Rourke. Weinbrenner. SECOND: Herman tmanagerl. Gibson. Williamson. Goldman. Eichengreen. Lowe. Weil. Downing. Kehoe. Willis. Guyot. Egan. Greenberg, Dix. G. Grieshaber. THIRD: Schall. D. Hall. Kincaid. Mikulak. Farris. Voights. Gundlach. Raabe. Cook, Watkins. REAR: Spoehr. Kaullman. Sholl. F. Grie- shaber. Garrett. Feiger. Rubens. MacCallum. S. Hall. Bayer. Pfall. Schultze. Morrow. Burns. Kingery. Chadwick. Moss. Strohm tmanagerl. Dailey. Pearson tmanagerl. Corboy tmanagerl. ICIIIIIIIII Y. .. I SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: E. Detmer. Connolly. Morgan. McLeod. Brand. Fulk. Spoehr. McGrath. Smith. Hussey. Beatty. SECOND: Baldwin. Jacobson. Smart. Seidholz. Soldberg, Miller. Roth. Dickson. Hull. O'Boyle. THIRD: Verville. McDonald. Martin. Sharkey. I. Hall tco-captainl. Neal too-captainj, Mc- Bride. Brown. C. Hall. Garrett. Nadherny. FOURTH: McClure. Stewart. Mannly. Skinner. Hansen. Mather. Werner. Sorg, Red- ding. Kubert. FIFTH: Mr. Strimas tcoachl. Mr. Klein tcoachl. Moore. Conant. Stanley. S. Detmer. Lundin. Schweitz. Weil. Burns. REAR: Ross. Rodenkirk tmanagerl. Quaintance ttraina erl. Assimos. Indeck. Maize. Mr. Schabel tcoachl. Mr. Kruem- pelstaedter tcoachl. ABSENT: Lewis. lOgtIwil i .I flw . gi MAIORETTES-Woolman. Brandfon. Rush. Speaker. Ambrogi. Telfer. Marshall. May. tliuoflij f R E.. .AM A :!'2'.-1..v-".'s. FRESHMAN A-FIRST ROW: Brent Ludwig. Young. Roberts, Rees, Nord N1cNitt. Anderson. Harvey. SECOND: - Fawley. Deahl. Black. Ransone. Nad herny. Jacobson. Hoellerich. Rice. Pet- terson. THIRD: Stephens. Rankin. Wat Non. Porter. Egan. McGohcy. Rollins Katz. Chapman. FOURTH: Cameron Nlclntyre. Bellairs. Druliner. Downing Brown. Randolph. Sidran. REAR: Mr Larson lcoachl. Penny tmanagerl. Mr Fly lcoachl. Mr. McFadzean fcoachl lUgdenJ 5' W , ,,A, -g'wfe.xii,L.N-., M f.L E. 211 ' R -. . Q FRESHMAN BAFIRST ROW: john Non. McNally. liberlc. Rocklin. Guid arelli. Bard. Toombs. Lapp. SECOND Rohn. Sanborn. Nickel. Duguid. Tisch Butterheld. Fotopoulox. Horn. Singer THIRD: Mr. Lauer lcoachl. Teffl. Cut ler. Bovnex. Bunting. Cioldhlatt. Oxer man, Wolfe. Nlr. Kahlei' lcoachl REAR: Welch. Ciraffix. Tahin. Weil O'ConnelI. Miller. Campbell. Buckner lUyrlz'f1J VARSITY-FlRS'l ROW: McNiIt. Drucker. Lingle. Brown. Mayer. Parrish. SECOND: Keith. Black. Erikson. Hall. Judge leo-captztinl. Littlefield leo-cuplainl. Cunningham. Harmn. Lu- ucnte. Kttenzcl. REAR: Grinnell. Crosby. Bransford. Pittman. Marlin. Hoyt. McEuchron. Shapiro. Sustmttn. Weelw. Mr. Schintu lcoachl. Cfnnrinl ,- . ,- Me. .IUNIOR VARSITYYFRONI ROW: Ring. ,-Xhnee. Mctriclt Hoell. Bennett. Beulclxpuchcr. l.indenlwc1'ge1'. Silver. Williaimx. Mil Icr. Sehennuni. Wynltoop. Katz. REAR: Spiess. Blake. Axh litnx. Ckwhn. Goldberg. Coven, Slernherg. Karp. Johnxon. Stnythc lttclxer. Clignilliul. Fox. Mr. Hirxch lcouchl. ABSIQNT: Ringel lfillllllilll -A f ,, 3,49 SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Schulte. Hehberger. Houser. Vig- nola. Riley. Winter. Schwartz. Bengston. M. Butler. SECOND: R. Butler. Siegal. Fresen. Wrapp. Carlstrom. Robertson, Thomp- son. O'Neil, Newton. Rechel. Dove. Draney. THIRD: Vainder. Koflat. Cartwright. Beyer. Schreyer. Liebovx. Versino. Lochridge. Seaton. McDowell. Ruderman. Catlett. REAR: Mr. Mulliner reoachl. Jordan. Peters. Clark. Morris. Buckingham. Volekens. Crown. Van Arsdale. Ahlborn. Creagh. Olson. lC'1111finl FRESHMAN AiFIRST ROW: Smith. Rubens. Spiess. Mannos. SECOND: McDermott. Grieshaber. Skalla. Fair. Horwitz. Hen- drixson. Bauman. Allen. Hassenauer. Squires. Lucking. Schulz. Shapiro. Connley. Petersen. Seheyer. THIRD: Mr. Ward tcoachl. Mr. Turner tcoachl. Holleb tmanagerl. Keller. Bernstein. Cohen. Hurley. Castino. Clark. Pritzker. Bacon. Rothrock. Fausel. Ber- low. White. Golden. Aldrich. Grohsgal. Weinberg. Sindorf, Spriggs. McCarren. Kirby. Franco. Frohman. Rosenthal. AB- SENT: Brushears. Brando. Eckhouse. Goss. Kaden. Pendleton. tlimnlzl BASKETBALL SOPHOMORE-FRONT: Conant. Hill. Oppenheimer. Kelly. MacDowell. Dunton. Braun. Shedd. REAR: Mr. Fly lcoachl. Hztttis. Thomas. Stewart. Sholl. Manly, Rodenkirk. Brown. Eversx. XARSITY--FRONT ROW: Cohen. Rees. Yocman. O'Rourl4e. Amir-Fuzli tmunagcrl. Mr. Adams lcoachl. t.Wil.wn1l Kelly. Hzirrix. O'Gara. Giordano. REAR: Mr. Severns tcouchl. Neuman tmanngcrl. Keith fmunztgcrl. Versino. Matthews. Geo- curis. Sprague. Hoht. Kosick. Pfatl. M11 Schneiter tcoztchl. 4B1m1l1l 9203 3 no ONE-FIFTH OF THF STARTINU SECTIONAL BASKETBALL TIQAMAPRONE tl. to r,l: ,lohn Gcocztrix. l.xfH,X'IUlIl FRESHMAN A - FRONT: Tefft. Spates. Morris. Armbruster. Federico. Rees. Ewen. REAR: Mr. Burnside tcoachj. McCann, Harvey. Petersen. Egan. Scheyer. Nortrup. Arndt. AB- SENT: Hoellerich. lMi1.wmJ FRESHMAN B-FIRST ROW: Soren- son. Hackel. Chapman. Bracken. Slults. SECOND: Moore lmanagerl. Sweitzer. Nadherny. Wilkins. Rice. REAR: Mr. Bareneld lcoachb. Carlson. Gulnayer, Johnson. Randolph. Welch. fPnr1f'rVJ VARSITY--FIRST ROW: Oliphant, Petit-Clerc. Mack. McCul- lough, Fyfe, McLaren. Baughman, Curran. Carroll. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tcoachj. Mr. Cajet fcoachj Bayard, Horstmann. Baird, Agnew, Johnson. Hart. Mr. Matz tcoachj, Mr. Wolff fcoachl. THIRD: Woodbury. Eustis, Assimos. Hall, Durlacher. McLaughlin. Beiersdorf. Leanse. Woodbury. Millikin. REAR: Anderson, May, Goddard. Anderson, Mitchell, Cramer. tMeier- M ilsnmj SWIMMING l tlytl SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Corboy. Anderson. Carlstrom. Detmer tco-captainj. Swigget Cco-captainl. Robertson tco-cap- tainl. Gronley, Shepard, Baughman. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tcoachl. Mr. Cajet Ccoachl. Lindquist. Gummersall, Mack. Schweitz, Thurlow, Schumacher, Mr, Matz tcoachj, Mr. Wolff tcoachl. REAR: Miller tmanagerb. Pierson tmanagerl. Jacobson, Smith. Griffith. Denison. Morley. Beck. Herlocker. Koch tman- uger J. tMa'ier-Mil,vc1lr1J FRESHMAN--FIRST ROW: Zeitz tmanagerl. Taylor. Inman. Hines. Wilson. Fuller. Woodbury. Wall. Jones. Cutler. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tcoachl. Mr. Cajet tcoachl. Hughes. McCarren. Rodriguez. Owens. Nolan. Besant. Mr. Matz lcoachl. Mr. Wolff lcoachl, THIRD: Shaw. Squires. Kelley. Johnson. Ford. Kelly. Miller. Lyon. Piper. Rissman. Henn. Andruss. REAR: Clarkson. Glender. Dumont. Hillebrund. Strunk. Patent. Rollins. Abrams. Poor. Mztselli. Buckingham. tMeier-.Wil.wni3 GIRL 'IDIMERS-I-ilRS'li ROW: Butler. Kelley. Butz. Martin. Demon. Hatlizmuy. SECOND: Barrett. Whittemore. Nlorgun. Nlilsom. Shockey. J. Lee. Campbell. Juliusburg. Jones, THIRD: Dorrcr. Goss. linglernann. McNerney. Pocock. K. Stuhr. Garnett. Nl. Stuhr. McClure. McNair. FOURTH: Bird. Wagner. Anger, Shepard. Moore. L. Lee. Derry. Verta. Miller. Burns. Ham. REAR: Meyers. Davis. O'Rourke. l'i'uasas. Wulradt. Fulton. Ru- benstein. Rothermel. Roston. Nilsson. Cztrlstrom. tMvif'r-fl4il,mmt WRESTLING SECTIONAL QUALIFIERS-Harris. Mayer. Feiger. 1Mcierl VARSITY AND JV-FIRST ROW: Kahn. Connolly. Harris Mayer. Weinberg. Gareis. Whitney. SECOND: Calhoun. Feiger Hull. Phillips. Cook. Schillerell. Groshgal. REAR: Mr. Kruem pelslaedler ihead coachl. Pritchard. Fairman. Carver. Hall Swarzman. Gray. Lundin. Young. Mr. Wamsley iassl. coachl ABSENT: Cloud. Fulk. Geller lmanagerl. Greishaber, Houber Humphrey. HVIil.wm1l SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Catlett. Schulte, Allen, Lardner B. Johnson, Gray, Fulk. SECOND: Connolly, Wolf, Lundin Hall, J. Johnson, Verville, Roth. REAR: Anderson, Samuels Peters, Zeddies, Assimos. Hilarides, Mr. Schillereff. fMilsomJ FRESHMAN-FRONT ROW: Mella. Hilarides. Kirby. Eberle. Rolhrock, Goose, REAR: Mr. Strimas lcoachl. Rocklin iman- agerj, Porter, Weaver, Carver, McCabe. Penney. ABSENT: Aldrich, Rivenburg. iMilsomJ GYM NASTICS VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Frank. Vignola. Seabury. Goldberg. Lieberman. Roth. Eix. Howard. Pancoe. Mr. Schabel tcoachj. REAR: Carpenter. Randolph, K. Smith. Scully. A. Smith. Ewald. Suerth. Gwinn. Boyer. Petersen, lPorterJ SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROW: Marsh. Braet. Jackman. Bley Sullivan. Culbertson. Weeks. Sale. REAR: Pritchard. Weibel Pink. Krimmer, Preston. Narrod, Newton. Ewald. Jensen. O Connell. Freeman, Culbertson. ABSENT: Gutnayer 4Pnrrerl FRESHMAN-FRONT ROW: Mack. Hermann. J. Haas. Fisen- berg. Sampson. Rubens. Wells. Stein. Peabody. Mr. Gahala. REAR: T. Hass. Ofonnell. Eversz. Butterfield. Staller. Deahl. Horwitz. Casey. Freeman. Petty. Conterio. Culbertson. fPUl'l!'l'i i l i ,, ,,. ,,.., W , -.1 4' - ' 'W' My 'LWWUN GYM LEADERS-FIRST ROW: Winter. Harper. Demmon. Avrech. Healy. J. Steffen. Abnee. Goddard. Soloman. MeCobb, Benz. Mr. Schabel Lcoachl. SECOND: Cole. Ruderman. Campbell. Davidson, Laser. Belzer. Csar. Stitgen. Weinberg. Sullivan. Pottage, Gignilliat, THIRD: Trux. Boll. Gray. Cantin, Ensor. Cutler. Narrod. Stine, Preston, Bley. REAR: Anderson. Roberts. M. Steffen. Ferry. Martin. LaForet. Bartin. Johnson. Gwinn. Poyser, Maranda. Grieshaber. ABSENT:Fridstein.1P0r1erj l 5 FENCING LACROSSE t FENCINGHFRONT ROW: Peters. Grieshaber. Aronson. Riley. Schroeder. Gordon. Shapiro. Livesey. REAR: Mr. Mulliner. Freed. Herbert. King. Gross. Fields lcaptainb. LeTourneau. Schwartz. lCur1tir1l LACROSSEN-FIRST ROW: Carlson. Strunk. Hauenstein. Mat- row. Williamson. McBride. Egan. Ferry. Catlett. Shepard. Greene. SECOND: Mr. Sehillereii' teoaehl. Schail. Strohm. Willis. Wat- son, Henn. Nierman. Vainder. Taylor. Mather. Grihith. Mr. Mc- Fadzean fcoachl. THIRD: Moss. D. Hall. Versino. Bunting. Ahnee. Robertson. Miller. Hoellerich. Baldwin. McGohey. C. Hull. Jahlonski. FOURTH: Gibson. Gundlach. Garrett. Foto- poulos. Ahlhorn. Toomis. Condun. REAR: Manley. Deal. Bay- er. Rothrock. Steinhoif. Anderson. Mcllhenny. Textor. iPUl'Il'l'l , M.. -f.q,i1ff.v.:f',f ford, Peck. Smith. Lewis. REAR: Estrin. Hattis, Moran. Jetl Stewart. Winter. Judge, Howlett. Howland. Chadwick, Hurlbut. Murray. Kingerie. Yablong. S. Hall. Westfall. Bock, Hoyt, Leslie. Be rg. lMil.x'r1I71l 2' FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Smith. Wrapp. Mc Gohey. Buckingham. SECOND: Wilkins. Jennings. Rollins. Good pasture. Lueking. Peters. Westfall. Bluckett. Hilarides. Hedstrom REAR: Rutherford. Chapman. Jacobson. Kiskaddon. Gober. Mc- Clure, Hall. Martin, McCle0d. Kirkland, McCann. Randolph Merrill. tPur1rrl VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Vihon. Hines, Butler, Kehoe. A. Hall. Selby, Wilkins, Savit, Jack Stewart. Mullen, Blaze. Brans- BASEBALL VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Spiro Kcaptainj, Peterson. O'Gara. Grace. Rees. Kelly, Herrmann. SECOND: Mr. Klein tcoachl. Dahlheim. Greenberg, Pearson, Johnson. Douglass. Dunlap. Mr. Mulliner icoachl, REAR1 McMullen. Dix. Schnake. Cohen. Javore, Pfaff, Tinen. McNitt. 1Por1wil SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Thompson fmanagerl. Stuhr. Shedd. Jacobsen. Braun. Smart. Stanley. SECOND: Greer. Moore. Seid- holz. Compton. Oppenheimer, Hill. THIRD: Mr. Severna Qcoachl. Dunton. Nadherny. Foy. Jordan. Dix. REAR: Sholl. Hattis. Olson. Rodenkirk, Stewart. Burns. 1Por1erl TENNIS VARSITY-FRONT ROW: Epstein. J. Harris. Montross. M. Harris. MacDowell. Conant. Brown. Stern. REAR: Sider. Hamity. Lana. Gold berg. Crown. Robbins. Mr. Davis fcoachb. ABSENT: Wolff. 1Mil.wml l FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORIS-FRONT: Carlson. Drake. Aldrich. Golden. Kempner. Buerger. Sindorl. Eckert. Bruudo. Houser, REAR Mr. Kahler lcoachl. Gruenwald. Besanl. Moffett. Clark. Brand. Winter. Solberg. Kirby. Gutnayer. Dickson. Ware. i.WfI.l'IllIIl VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Mr. Carlstrom lcoachl. Morley Hirsch, Murray. SECOND: Handtmann. Anderson. Peter Wes sell. Benz. THIRD: Casey, Lund, Reiniseh, Crosby. REAR Paul Wessell. Drew. Norlrup. Pottage. Versino. Lockridge. AB- SENT: Goldsmith. Green, Keyes, Taylor, Slarnes. flhnrferj GOLF Alf, FRESHMAXJ-SOPHOMORE-FRONT ROW: Allyn. Schmitz, Murray. While. Lapp. Buckgzuxrd. Overmann. Squires. Bode, Hun' nu. REAR: Schreyer. llker. Munierrc. Pear. MclVIahon. Ncibur- ger. Kaplan. lVlcCaferty. Sundlol. Fxtrin, Fuller. Schumacher. Mr. Swursen lecaehl. ABSENT: Burns. Curlslrom. Clumpill. Feder- ico. Ludwig. Ransone. lMilmn1J V S 'A Y . Q. . . KYLh l'lALLSTl:I,N Asst. Communications CAROL HAW'ES Tennis SUSAN KliLLhR Co-Head Gymnastics JUDITH MAss Communications M ARTHA M AC R Badminton CAROL MCCULLOLIQII Intermediate Dance KATHY lY1ORRlS Softball NANCY O'NI-,IL Co-Head Gymnastics NANCY PLOCHMAN Projects POLLY Ross Hockey BARBARA SALZLNSTLIN Soccer LAURIL UD!-l I Volleyball Nl.-XRCIA WEXLPQR Swimming .1 -git? A .E DEBORAH BERNSTEIN Dance LINDA BRUEMMER Co-ed Sports ELIZABETH DELLOW Track and Field lWARY FREEMAN Basketball GAA ANN TRULSIJALL President am. 3 Q- ., 1 V A ,I , ' if S. Ax ,,-. - tw Q' SUSAN lYoN Vice President ning CYNTHIA BURNS Sec reta ry ,henna g.tWsf13z"5: '.Vi . , A , K A H -T A as A Amana I A LTA A- I N A Q, ' ' ' 1' n f A- f ' E I JACQUELINE HEINYN Treasurer K3- GAA Miss Bonnie Beach takes time Ollt from her busy routine as at physical educa- tion teacher to perform the important zidministrative duties of a GAA sponsor. liVIi1SlIlI1 l .fr Q1 .5 kfli J GAA FIRST SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Freeman. Lazar, D. Drew. Cutler. Drucker. Nealon. Simon. Carpenter. Watkins. SEC- OND: Wolff, Marshall. Muller. P. Drew. Broeckl. Kemmerer. Christensen, Dunlop. Haszlakiewicz. REAR: Shanberge, Rodgers, Horst- man. Kaiser, Korth. Blackwell, Laforet, Geocuris. ADVANCED GYMNASTICS-FIRST ROW: Butz. O'Neil. Beebe. SECOND: Morgan. REAR: Keller, Wheeler, Gielow. LMeivrJ W l.,ll. . ,s A fs... 'alk- ,Am-fy M . ...Q POOL GUARD-FIRST ROW: Compton. Swirles. Lee. Greene. Bunting. McNerney. Barnes. Hunssen. Stuhr. SECOND: Bruemmer. Jones. Milsom, Salzenstein. Wexler. Dorrer. Davis. Smithers. Rothermel. Meyer. O'Connell. THIRD: Whittemore. David. Derry. Batten. Roston. Campbell, Liberato. White. Haas, Ickes. ABSENT: Ferguson. Goss. Kominek. Muselli. fUtQtff'l1J !-- .... .' GAA TRACK AND FIELD-FRONT ROW: Furo. Reynolds. Bro. REAR: Dellow. Lewis, DeForest. 1Mil.wmb GAA CO ED VOLLEYBALL-FIRST ROW: Ross, Enright. Mass. SECOND: Stiles, Watson. REAR Kuhnen Howland. Barchiesi. Hawes. CMvicrl STEVE RUDERMAN Student Director JACK WHITNEY Team Sports Blu. STEFFEN Individual Sports BILL SAYRE Special Events G EORGE M Ul Display DON STILES Communications MARK HOGAN Communications Bos FRESEN Points DENNIS REGAN Asst. Sports BILL ENRIGHT Asst. Individual Sports lM TEAM STAFF-FRONT ROW: Whitney, Harrison, Herman, Healy, Saltz, Dumont. REAR: Townsend, Korth. Carruth Olson erg, Summers, Barn IM STAFF-FIRST ROW: O'Bricn. Pollugc. Palncoe. Niasl, I .il VIIICC REAR: Johnson. Czmlin. C'm'lmy, Wessel. Miodonski. lPurIvrb ,ILNIOR-SENIOR IM MANAGERS-FIRST ROW: Hoell. Pancoc. Mclriuk. Plerson. Rcexe. SECOND: Nliodonskil Cramer. Lurmce. Muller Pmlugc. Neuman. Carlson. Wesxel. 0'Connell. Thompxon. REAR: Parker Fuusci. Rowenzweig. Cunningham. Slczxrncs. Steffen, Mui, tI'm-iw? FRUSH-SUPH IM INIANAGFRS-'ff Bidcrmun. Bofex. Bruckcll. Broun. BLIVIIN. Cook. Q onnclly, Diaz. lixcrv. I-Ninn. Fletcher. Cmxllcr. Cilcndcr. Hilnrinicx. Ruiz. K muse. l.uI'd11cV. linden. I inchun. Mzmicrrc. Manilixi. 'Xlmn'-.x Neal, Scgcrxxm. Shepard. Shcmmm. Subolku. Vignolan. lPnr1w'J IS4 l it MR. PAUL GOODRICH Assistant Superintendent MR. RALPH G. MCGEE Principal DR. WILLIAM H. CORNQG, Superintendent r a r Administration BOARD OF EDUCATION-FRONT ROW: Dr. Edward J. Sparling. Mr. Robert V. Guelich, Mr. John Boylston. REAR: Mr. Seymour L. Gale, Mr. Lawrence W. Gougler. Mr. M. Stanley Hughey. ABSENT: Mrs. Edgar C. Corry. tOgdenJ MR. ROB!-.RT A. HARP!-.R Assistant to Superintendent MR. Dftvm W. GUSTAFSON Assistant Principal MR. ERWIN A. WRINGARTNER Dean of Students iV1R, WIl,l.IAM .l. Cooic Administrative Intern MR. GEORGE BABIGIAN Business Manager J. WILLIAM GANNAWAY College Guidance B. RANDOLPH PITTS College Guidance MRS. DONNA J. ORCUTT College Guidance WILLARD G. RUDIOER Coordinator of Student Counseling MRs. MARY LOUISE GLEASON Bookstore Manager Miss LOUISE HOLZINGER Registrar MRS. DOROTHY S. BALCOM Psychologist C.ARL J. LUNDQUIST Director of Testing ERNEST F. GIARLLLI Supervising Engineer : i"'X1"" A-f L af if 'f Administrative staff ROBERT E. LARsI,N Ofhce Manager MRS. RUTH T. SCOBII1 Adm. Asst. for Information ROBERT R. PIRSISIN ITV Coordinator ROBERT T. CRUBER Attendance Ofhcer LOLIISIS G. HAMIl.TlJN Senior Girls' Adviser Chairman KENNETH Wl:LLlNGTON Senior Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. SUE J. LENARD Junior Girls' Adviser Chairman ROBERT l,. GOULD Junior Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. VIRGINIA E. JOI-IST Sophomore Girls' Adviser Chairman EDWARD P. ELLIOTT Sophomore Boys' Adviser Chairman BLANCHE M. VlF.ACH Freshman Girls' Adviser Chairman LAWRENCE C. IRWIN Freshman Boys' Adviser Chairman l epartment heads M ISS DOROTHY JOHNSON Library ROBERT E. KULNNAN Art CHARLES LAUER Boys' Physical Education MRS. MARY Im MCGUIRL English JOHN H. MULLINER Reading LEO H. NIQUMAN Driver Education MISS EVLLYN W. PATTERSON Classics WILLIAM J. PETLRMAN Music JOHN W. RAU Business Education MRS. GENLVIRVE SAVAGE Health Service BAILEY W. SHEARER Social Studies Miss NORMA SLEIOHT Mathematics MISS IRIS BOULTON Girls' Physical Education MRS. HILDA BRUNO Special Education CLINTON CARISTROM Technical Arts CARL CLAOLR Science MRS. NI-QLLIi DICKIILYI Home Economics ROY E. ETNYRIQ Director of Athletics MISS WlNIffRPQD G,iHAo.fxN Speech and Drama RICHARD F. HANGRLN School Social Work GORDON W. JENSEN Modern Languages Q N S MW +9 JOI-IN ALLEN English BENJAMIN G. ALMAGUER Spanish MRS. GLRTRUDL ALTER Oflice Staff Miss CARI-,Y AMMERMAN Girls' Physical Education MRs. AIMEI1 ANDERSON Records Ollice Miss FRANCLS J. ANDERSON Music MRS. JANE B. ANDERSON Latin ROBERT S. APPLEBAUM Chemistry MRS. G1.ADYS M. ARNOLD Social Studies CLCII G. BADNIR IBM RICHARD J. BALDRINI Boys' Physical Education lVl0RRlS BARLFIELD Mathematics FRLDLRICIQ BARNLI' Boys' Physical Education Mlss BONNIE l., BLACII Girls' Physical EdIIcatiOn MRS, ELIZABETH G. BIQANI Library MRs. lVlARY BLCKLR Ofhce Stall ROBERT B. BELI. Chemistry JAML5 BILLANCA English Miss SUZANNE BENOWITZ Mathematics JOHN J. BENSON Mathematics MRS. HENRIETTE BISHOP Business Education INJRS. NAOMA W. BossHAR1' English RORRR1 R. BOSSHART Mathematics WILLIAM J. BOYD Speech. Debate RICHARD L. BOYER English Facult and staff 'sri its Sim? M c ta We ROBERT R. BOYLE English MISS NIARJORIE L. BREDEHORN Social Studies MRS. DONNA C. BRETL Mathematics JAMES T. BRINK Social Studies MISS RHODA E. BROWN Mathematics WILLARD BRUHN Maintenance Foreman MRS. PHYLLIS T. BRYAN Oflice Staff MISS RUTH M. BULLOCK Library PETER W. BURNSIDI1 Boys' Physical Education MISS SHARON BUSH English ARNOLD N. CAJET Driver Education MRS. SILVIA D. CALHSINI French Miss FRANCES E. CAMP Girls' Physical Education MRS. BEVERLY CARI.STRoIvI Ofhce Staff MRS. KATHRYN B. CARROLL Ofhce Stal? MRS. SHIRLEE CHANGNON Girlsi Physical Education NIICHAEL J. CHARLIQY Intern Psychologist MRS. LOIS F. CHRISTIAN Library WALTER J. CHRIISCINSKI Art MRS. GERALIDINE B. CLADER English GARY CLARK Boys' Physical Education MISS PHYLLIS M. CLLNDENINO Music DAVID M. Conn ITV Coordinator EVERETT L. COMPTON Physics MISS JOAN B. CONRATH Girls' Physical Education MRS. TERRY J. COOK Special Education RICHARD COXON 'Technical Arts MRS. BETTY M. CREEK Oflice Staff ANDREW F. CZOPEK Mathematics JEROME S. DANIEL Technical Arts A WXNQ MISS LAURA DANIELS Chemistry W. HUGHES DAVIS Social Studies MRS. DOROTHY N. DERRY Social Studies DAVID A. DICKMAN Social Studies RICHARD A. DIENHAR'T Director ITV MRS. NONI C. DODGE Audio-Visual Assistant MISS M. EVELYN DONNELL Mathematics MRS. ELIZBETH DOSCHER Ofhce Staff MISS MARTHA DRAKE Girls' Physical Education DR. HELEN R. DUDA Latin MRS. DELPHINE I. DUPEE Mathematics MISS JOHNNYE F. EGNOT Russian. Spanish MRS. PATRICIA ELLIOTT Ofice Staff EVAN G. ELLIS Social Studies MRS. BARBARA J. ENDRES Latin ROBERT A. ENKEY Art MELVIN E. EVERLY Biology MRS. RUTH W. EWINO Mathematics MRS. LILLY FALLEIA. Oflice Staff MRS. DONNA FEELEY Office Staff WILLIAM N. FELT Art WILLIAM R. FLY Driver Education THOMAS E. FORRER Latin MISS KATHERINE R. Foss English LEON FOUGNIES Speech. Drama DENNIS FRASER ITV Chief Engineer MISS VIVIAN A. FRAZIER Girls' Physical Education NORMAN L. FREY English JOHN W. GAHALA Spanish MRS. CAROL B. GILL Head of Theater Production. FRANKLIN I. GILL Theater Production MRS. SHIRLEY GOLDSMITH Speech Therapist MISS NANCY J. GORE English MRS, ALICE L. GREEN English MRS. KAROL H. GREESON Business Education Aw WILLIAM P. Cikl-.UURY English LARRY N. CIROTI' Social Studies N Av JOHN N. KING Business Education MRS. lVlfXRIl.tRlf'l' L. HIfNDI-RsoN Office Stull' CARL F. HIRSCII Mathematics FRANK E. HOLLAND Art MRS. JANICIQ HODSIN School Social Work LORIS A. HOYT Biology MRS. DI-BORAH M. HUGELIER Girls' Physical Education MRS. CIIARLo'rTE H. HUGGINS English ALLEN A. HURLI-Y Boys' Physical Education MRS. MxRY A. IMMLNHALISI-N Health Services JOHN A. JACUBSON Technical Arts DR. ANGUS J. JOHNSTON Social Studies MRS. EDITH JDNAS Office Stall' MISS KRISTINE E. JONI s French EDWARD W. KAHLI R Spanish MRS. ESTELLE J. KAPlll1lM Oliice Stull' MRS. GAIL G. Kl:l'l'll Spanish MRS. MARILYN V. KIQMI' English MISS BETTY J. KING Girls' Physical Education MRS. ELOISE R. KING Office Stall MISS JUDY H. GRow Art MRS. DOROTHY J. CJVVYNN Latin MISS CllRlSTlNl'. HAILwooD Social Studies DIQAN D. HALL Social Studies MRS. iVlARlLYN J. HAIVIMLRS Art MRS. THELMA W. HANLLY French l isa? 9181 v MRS. lVIARGARl-.T S. HARPLR Biology HUGH E. HART Mathematics EDWIN A. HIfIRRINIaIs Physics LYLL E. HI-NDI-RSoN Social Studies BURR H. LANDWFR Vocational Guidance RAYMoNIJ J. LFDINSKY Spanish. Debate MISS l.,Il.l.lAN M. l.lzNNARDS Latin RI-xEoRIJ G. LEWIS Business Education LIoNLI. l.lGH'l'Nl-R English ALISIIN F. LINIJLI-Y Mathematics MRS. DoI.oRES LIvI-,Zi-I' Office Stall' MRS. ALICE W. LUNDY Ofhce Stall MRS. BI.oSSoM A. lWARMl:l. Social Studies ERIF K. MIIU Biology JoSI-.PII W. lVlCCl.0SKl'.Y English PHILIP W. lVlCDOWlEl.L German JAMES C. MCFAIJZI-.AN Boys' Physical Education MRS. lWARY MCFAIJZIQAN Olhce Statl' JAMES MI1cIcI.I2NIsuRoI1R English H. EARLI1 lVllzTZGliR English MRS. JLIIJIIH R. MILLENSON School Social Work l.I,oYIp O. lVlll.l.l:R English MRS. l,l.lCll,Ll: T. MlLI.liR Mathematics MRS. NORINI- F. lVlll.LER Oflice Staff MISS JEAN P. KIXMILLER Social Studies RONALD T. KLEIN Driver Education MRS. WENDY K. KLEIN Social Studies WILLI.-XM J. KOSER Special Education GLENN W. KRANZOVV School Social Work MRS. ROBERT.-X N. KRIEG School Social Work EUGENE A. KROSCHEL School Social Work JAMES KRUEMPELSTAEDTER Driver Education JAMES H. LABADIE French 1 'WU ft A ,f Q q , it Q ,f 555, Q we If " 1 .. if I A 2 ' 14" 5 R . 1 ,Wifi 1 f' E jp G 5 . . ,Ek 1, W fi , . .L . I VA K .... 5.5. -'.'.a -. , -,'., 11 ,e o .cue .',' 4 .0 ,QP .4 U .4 0 an , 0 , 0 g ,.al :cg Q, :sat '."9'-'-'.' -'.'.".v .J 'oz' l'p'0a',5. v' 1.77 LAWRRNCE MINI-AR Social Studies CHARLES W. MI'I'cHI.I.I Mathematics Miss VIRGINIA A. MoI.BY Girls' Physical EdIIcation JOHN MoRAN English MRS. LouIsI3 P. lVl0Rl Special Education MRS. Rosn K. lVlURl.AU English l.l-ONARD R. MoRI.x' French MRS. lVlARIE-LOUIS!-. lWORRlS French Miss HELEN N. lVlORROVV Social Studies I 35 .R :iz 4, V: Vw E! I w if 1 S . Q S . V 1 1 1 1 r 29, J' wif -1-' fe A 3 7 f ..: VL RICHARD K. MURPEIY Mathematics JAMILS A. MUSICH Biology MRS. BonI:I"rh M. NAIIIIIRI: English MRS. JoYc'I1 NHMANAs Art MRS. JANI.'r NLLSON Girls' Physical Education MISS KATHRYN M. NI-.SIIITT English EDWARD W. NICHoI.soN Performing Arts Miss JUDITII NoRoIsI.oM Social Studies MRS. ERIS J. NU'r'I' Special Education MRS. Louisr C. O'CoNNI1II Othce Stall' MISS J uIJI'I'H A. ORCTCWNNCDR Classics MICIIALI. J. O'HARI4 Biology KINNIJIII V. OSCARSON Reading Miss PATRICIA L. OvI RIoN Olhce Stall MRS. ARLINI, R. PAUI. Social Studies MRS. DoRo'I'IIY L. P.-XLil.lCK Mathematics Miss AI.Ich M. Pl1I'l'llMAN Social Studies Miss IDONNA L. PHI-RsoN French HPRBI-Rl' J. PETERSON Social Studies MRS. Pttouv W. PINK English i Iez his . 2? il -kim I R SQ A . N ,' .:"' A X san A If r gs N 'R lx 'vu X k r W If thx '- Iwi w,,,,-ff ham , .,.,. 1 J si ggi A Q A. f ffswfi flaws ...QI "' ROBERT F. PINK English MRs. PAULA .l. POYSER Home Economics CHARLES E. PROVOVV Special Education ROBERT l.. PRUITI Departmental Assistant MRS. ISMIINIA. RANGAVES French DR. KAY F. RASCO English MRS. ARLlNlz G. REAM Music MRS. lVlARliARlE'I' T. RECKITI Cafeteria Director MISS HLLIQN E. REINHARDT Business Education MISS LAURA K. REININOA English PAUL F. RILISINGER Mathematics RICHARD A. RHOAD Mathematics DAVID H. ROBERTSON Boys' Physical Education MRS. RENATE M. ROBINSON Spanish CHARLES F. ROCKEY Chemistry. Electronics MRS. MARY B. RODEN English MRS. PEGGY P. ROGERS Oftice Staff MRS. MARIIARI-. r W. ROMANI English MISS lVlAR.l0Rll- A. RORK Latin MRS. JANIi E. ROSIAN Social Studies ROLAND V. RUDI1 Speech. Drama MISS GERALDINI-. A. RYBERG Girls' Physical Education EARL D. Sc'IIABI1L Boys' Physical Education MRS. BARBARA SCHELLHARDI' English HERMAN J, Sc'HII.I.I5RLFr Boys' Physical Education ANTHONY D. SCIIINTO Boys' Physical Education MRS. EVIILYN SCHOLOMITL Office Stall' JOHN A. SCHNI4.ITI.R Driver Education CHARIJS F. SCHIIIJ Mathematics MRS. ROSI- SCIIWAH Oflice Stall' HAROLD R. SI1vIiRNS Driver Education DONAl.lD F. SMITH Mathematics MRS. ES'l'lll'R J. SMITH Otlice Stall' E. VAN'rINIa SMIrII Chemistry MRS. SIIIRLI-,Y B. STEVENS Office Staff NORMAN E. UDIL Mathematics MRS. LOUISE: O. UNDERWOOD English MRS. PEGGY VAN ALYEA Spanish MRS. GRETA M. VINCENT Office Stan' MRS. HELEN V. WAGNER Girls' Physical Education MRS. JEANNE WAGNER Social Studies MISS EMISLYN WALTZ Social Studies ROBERT G. WARD Mathematics MRS. CONSTANCE WIiI.CH Home Economics ROBERT M. WHll,l'LIi Mathematics WAYNE WIEMER Driver Education MRS. HELENE WIGGINS Office Staff MISS SUSAN C. WILLIAMS English ROBERT E. WILSON English WILLIAM R. WOLFF Boys' Physical Education JAMES A. WOLTER Special Education MRS. MEREDTTH WOTMAN Mathematics MRS. lWARTHA JANE WRIGHT French MRS. Louisia L. ZEIGLER English MRS. HELEN L. ZEITLIN English MRS. ANNE S, STEWART Science WILLIAM P. STEWART Social Studies MRS. BARBARA L. STONE School Social Work JoEL B. STRI-IGHTIFF Music LARRY B. STRIMAS Driver Education PETER SWAIN Biology TIIoMAs E. SWARSEN Biology MISS MARIAN M. TEMPL Spanish ARTIIUR E. TIQNNLY Mathematics FRANK W. TIIoMAs MIIsic Huoo W. TIIoMPSoN Philosophy JoIIN R. THOMSON Latin. Italian ToMMY N, TUCKER English WILLIAM J. TURNI-.R Boys' Physical Education PI ON :sm as FACULTY C'OUNC'lI,-FIRST ROW: Mr. Bossharl. Mrs. Ro- inani. Mr. Ciannaway. Mr. Wicmcr. SECOND: Mr. Cladcr. Miss Donnell. Miss Ryhcrg. Mrs. Ciadcr. Mrs. Cixxynn. Mrs. McGuire. Mr, McFadLean. REAR: Mr. Bell. Mr. Bcllanca. Mrs. Harper. Dr. Rude. Miss Hredehorn. Mr. Koser, Mrs. Cireeson. Mr, Provma. rllvicr? .aquifer in J, N-...Al-4" -f-...of - Q STUDFNT CABINET-FIRST ROW: Stern. Truesdale. Lipp- man. Mr. Gustafson. Mr. Weingartncr. Miss Hamilton. Miss Kis- Miller. Mr. Wcimer. SECOND: McNiIl. Johnson. Joseph. Spiru. D. Davidson. K. Davidson. Brand. Selby. Krcnsky. Lewis. Rudcr- man. Judge. Peterson. Hathaway. Derry. REAR: Dix. Weinberg. A BSENT: Jaffe. lPm'rvrJ 2 in i The Class of l969 Roisrnr Li-wus CAROL HA'mAw,xY Tkum' Hsnmsox President Vice-President Secretary f i-is iVlARK Srinx Treasurer Katherine E. Adams Dru E. C. Albers Clay Durant Alder Patricia H. Aldrich Penelope Allen Ed Ambrogi Jill P. Anderson Leslie Jean Anderson Richard H. Anderson John M. Arnold Peter Jerome Aronson John Michael Arvites James Carl Aschbacher Thomas John Ashenden Nancy Elizabeth Ator Robert Babbitt Bonnie l. Bailey Valerie C. Barchiesi Judy M. Bard Julie C. Bard Alison Barnes John G. Barthell Linda Lee Bartlett Linda Barton Kathleen T. Batterham 'V t ,wtf ttherine A. Biencmann Jetlrey Ellis Bierchen .Joseph W. Binder Katherine R. Bird Creed Carter Black. Jr. Denise Marcia Blanc Marsha S. Bley Nancy Block Carol Ann Bobrow Wyman H. Bock David Bogolub Michael C. Boll Barbara S. Bond Douglas H. Bonnell Douglas B. Booth Bradley X. Boyer Richard Kim Boyer Ann Mary Bradley Lawrence J. Bradley Kristine Bradt William L. Baughman Joseph E. Bayard Jack Bayer Elizabeth L. Beam Mike Bean Catherine E. Beattie Wendy Carol Begis Kimberly A. Bellairs Robert M. Benz Reuben Bernick Debra Lynn Bernstein John Berthold Michael P. Berz Brian Beucher Barbara Ann Bevan L E A gl... . NX Henry John Brandt Lawrence R. Brashears Daniel J. Braun Kathy Sue Braun Jeanie Briggs Laural Louisa Briggs Linda Brill Jim Brittingham Kenneth M. Bro William D. Bronson Martin Robert Brook Judith Star Brookman Corrie Brouwer Joekie Brouwer Todd Brown will .. Qi Xi. .ff na.. ,ff .. K 5 4 mx ..t.t. no at if 5-f"9 Nr' . do' wr- 3 'ir' We Linda Bea Bruemmer Philip T. Brunder JcfTrey N. Burch Sally J. Burdick William Burghart Kevin Burke Deborah L. Burns Graham Burns QNX .af J Cynthia Ann Butler Peter W. Butler Judy C. Butz Paula L. Butz Adrienne Buzzard Lawrence H. Byrnes Geoffrey Somers Calhoun Laura Lou Calhoun Donald W. Campbell Sarah Jane Campbell Scott W. Campbell Richard J. Cantin I69 V M, 15 Scott C. Cardais Dorothy W. Carlin Eric Henry Carlson Joyce E. Carlstrom Laura Louise Carroll Patrick J. Carroll Virginia M. Carroll William Carroll Robert A. Catlin Peter H. Chadwick K. N. Chakiris Janet Chapman Pamela M. Chimoures Pamela M. Chin Elaine Gail Chinn Ann Carol Christian Lynda Gail Christmann Christine Elizabeth Christoph Cynthia Ann Clampitt Deb Clark James Clark Mark R. Clark Cynthia L. Cleworth Kathy Ann Clo Neal B. Cloud Patricia Dunsmore Cloud William F. Coale Ill Barbara T. Cody Sheila E. Coffee Judith A. Cohen Lawrence A. Cohen Mara Cohen Lori Ann Cole Lynn M. Cole Earl Leroy Collings Quai? Daniel R. Curran Charles A. Dackis Daniel David Dadian Ted Dailey Janet C. Danielson Winifred H. Date Howard M. Davidson Kathy Marah Davidson Roberta A. Davis Kirk E. Deal Stacy Lillian Dean Alex D. De Boom Arthur Colwell Douglas Russell Conant Paul F. Confrey Thomas D. Connolly Ill Alice Edythe Cook Martha Cook Martin W. Cooper John C. Corcoran Thomas E. Correa .lane Eileen Corrigan George John Cotsirilos. Jr Jonathan David Coven David E. COX Laurie A. Coyne Elizabeth Crane Samuel Neil Crosby Elizabeth Mae Crouch Daniel Csar Keith S. Cunningham Steven George Curley fm, we Nancy S. Dove William Drucker Kathleen A. Drummond Zillah Beth Dunkle Peter Dunlap Mark J. Durlaeher Paul D. Durlaeher Catherine A. Eckhouse Bonny Eckstein Peter Edwards Clifton Egan Leslie C. Eisemann Richard Brant Eisenberg Larry H. Eix Susan M. Elisberg Nancy L. Ellis Patricia Michelle Elmore William Enright Daniel James Ensor Peter M. Epstein - ,vp fs .,. In A A V1 Est' , f'i S S H WH: Robert B. DeCarlo Marc W. Demmon Pamela Blair Denson Anne Derry Deborah Deutsch Rosemary Shea Diaz Margaret L. Dillon John Thomas Dix Susan Ellen Dodder Allen S. Dodge Sally A. Dollard Marcia L. Dorheim 'nuff .air -m4"" John Erickson Charles Allen Ernst Joel Steven Estrin Laurel Ann Etheridge Elizabeth A. Evans Ellen Jean Evans Norman C. Ewald Scott Howard Fager George L. Fairbairn Bruce Allen Farris Richard E. Fausel Phil E. Feeley Steven L. Feiger Andrea Fell Alphonso H. Feng Laurel Ann Fergusson James Henry Ferry III Scott lra Fields Robert W. Figgis Christopher Filkins Carolyn Margaret Finney Sally Jo Fishbein Jane Ellen Flanzcr Andrea Emily Folk Phoebe Ann Foltz Mark J. Ford Richard Charles Ford Kathryn Anne Fotopoulos Deborah Ann Foulks Michael Fox Joyce L. Franco Joseph E. Franz Pamela Frazer Elizabeth Freeman Robert A. Fresen if .4 'lwfk -.M 5 .degli - - -1' 25 ' ' J ..f.r..sfCffr f V 'SRV 'Q' ir. ..,, J BT I73 Thomas A. Fridstein Joseph Froelieh R. D. Fulk Jane Frances Fulton John H. Fyfe Leslie K. Gardner Ann Wheatley Garnett Michael Edward Garrett Lynn Garst Robert David Gecht Arthur C. Gehr James K. Gellar Nancy L. Gent John Thomas Geocaris Patricia Ghaster Thomas B. Gibson Steve W. Gielow Debora D. Gilbert Elizabeth M. Gilbert Nancy Ellen Glassberg Sabine Gleiss Deborah Ellen Gobble Jan Leslie Goddard Linda Regina Goettler Ellen Gold John David Goldman Stanley Harold Goodfriend Ilysc Ann Goodman Robert L. Goodman Bart Collins Gorin Kathleen June Goss Michael J. Gotta Nan Grable Harry L. Graham Cathy L. Granat agar ff, 'V' 1:-:,i.."T" --f-wi-ini: 'QW Lani Jean Granum Barbara A. Greene Kathryn M. Greene Gary H. Gricshaber Nancy Louise Grossman Helen Marie Gruenwald Lawrence J. Guidarelli James Robert Gutstadt Frederick L. Haas Dennis J. Hall Joanna M. Hall Stephen Pudney Hall Susan Andrus Hall William P. Hammond Deborah Handler Kyle Lee Handtmann Jamie Lynn Hanna Gail L. Hanson Jell Hanson Ruth M. Hansen Margaret L. Hanssen Constance J. Hantman Brady C. Harness David L. Harper Jessica D. Harper James M. Harris James Harris Miles Judson Harris Stephen M. Harris Trudy Joan Harrison Ellen B. Harsha Carol M. Hathaway Judith Ann Hausheer James T. Hawes Denise Craig Hayes Sandi Linn Holfman Mark T. Hogan James C. Hohf Craig Robert Hoskins Nancy Kay Houfck Chad Houscr Janet D. Howell David L. Howlett. Jr. N. Landon Hoyt Dorothy Ann Hubachek Charles P. Huge ll Linda Lee Hughcy Patricia Lce Huntington William M. Hurlhutt Pctcr M. Hurley Patricia K. Hebson Kenneth J. Heidbrink Susan E. Heinzen Patricia Hemphill Gertrude L. Hendricks Carol Louise Henkel Fred Thomas Henschel Frank Hernandez Nancy Karen Herzberg Donna Jean Heyman Susan K. Hihbard Debra W. Hicks Susan Hilarides Carl R. Hincs Benjamin Franklin Hirsch Jr Hank Hirsh Katherine A, Hoberg Douglas E. Hoch But? Aaron Hoffhcrg Catherine Alice Hollman 'war 'HO' if 'MS um... wi John Howard Hurwith Robert L. Hutchings Francine Nancy Hymen Karen .l. lndeck Suzanne Joan lnman Laurie Jean Irwin Linda L. Jacobson Frank E. Jaeschke Jennifer Jaffe E. Richard Jansson Sylvie M. Jaudon Gary C. Javore Richard M. Jetter Craig R. Johnson David Bruce Johnson . . ft J fl f 151 'X vi 'ol' silk x J. Russell Johnson Janice L. Johnson Jeffrey P. Johnson Kristin Ann Johnson Marilyn L. Johnson Scott A. Johnson Margaret M. Johnston Rebecca Ann Jones Thomas A. Joseph James .Judge Marilyn Juliusburg Christiane Karnig Andrea H. Karp Emily S. Kass David E. Katz Michael Jay Katz Steve Kaufman Mardy Kaufman Sandra Joyce Kavina Robert J. Kearney Jeffrey V. Kehoe john Byron Keith Helen L. Keller Mary Teresa Kelly Jamie E. Kempner Barbara Lee Kennicott Susan A. Kent ,iw Robert M. Keyes Anne Dorcas Kimmel Mark Blaine Kincaid Catherine Kinney Daniel V. Kinsella Kathleen Ann Kirby Andrew F. Klee Kathy Klein Joseph Klinge Priscilla F. Knight Heidi Knupfcr Marilyn Ann Koch Nancy Lee Koch Colette L. Koeour Anita S. Koren Sherry Christine Korsvik Keith Lee Koyloff Edi Kramer David A. Krause Kathy Sue Krause Alan M. Krensky Keith Robert Kretchmer Marilyn B. Kroeger Steve Kruse Daniel T. Kueera M V' Rosalie Lawlor Steven Lawrence Kathleen Ann Leahy Robert K. LeBailly Lisa W. Lechner Jennifer J. Lee Karen J. Lee Peter Louis Lee Linda Lenthart James R. Lersch Charles Leslie John G. Leverentz Barbara A. Leverenz James B. Levin Roberta Ann Levinson Laurence Levis Laura Lewis Robert Mord Lewis Maria Helena S. O. Liberato James R. Liebling Cynthia Jean Liebow Donna Joan Light Christopher J. Lingle Craig Allen Linster Gail Sue Lippman 5 ff 'ff ,awww V' P A W' My V 4 .rw-f' if -an ,. Michaela Rose Kugler Donna Marie Kuhn Linda Sue Lafferty Albert Joseph Laforet Mary Lou Lage Florence R. Lambart Edward Colby Larkin Jeni Lynne Larsen C. Ann Lauterbach Steven C. Law ...ufsgf W.. l I79 AQ' 'fi'iHei'tZlm . . J -F V :Zz :' John Stephen Littig Annc E. Little Arthur S. Littlefield lll Simon Lubershane Martin M. Lucente Theresa Ludi Victoria Lynn Ludwig Elizabeth B. Lynde 2 if Q 'ii wi 2? i f Heide Malugen Phillip Mangione Denise Mannos James M. Maranda John lglehart Mardcn Catherine Lynn Marks Kevin J. Marra W. Richard Marsh Theodore A. Marshall Elizabeth Anne Martin Jay Robert Martin Larry Martin Mike Masamitsu Robert K. Mayer Martin J. McAuliff James Thomas McBride John Northrop McCracken Ray T. McCullough Catherine A. McDonough Nl' 9 Susan Carol Lvon Charles S Mack Wendy Ann Mackey James Glllett MCL iren Margirct Mary Mihon L Roger W. McEachron Susan McFarlan Mary R. McGohey Lou McGuane Chip J. McKee Susan M. McMahon Stephen Jay McMullen Maggie McNair Laurie J. McNaughton James Darrell McNitt Mary Dee McVey Jane Frances Megan Michael L. Meiresonne Judy Lynn Meyer Zanne S. Meyers Catherine C. Michel Suzanne Elizabeth Miiller Mark E. Mikulak Anthony Jay Millard Jennifer G. Miller Lawrence Wayne Miller Marcia Miller Rhonda Faith Miller Susan Beth Miller Susan Lynn Miller Vincent R. Miller Cynthia Ann Milner Susan Dale Milsom Scott Kimball Miner James W. Mitchell Mary Kay Mitchell Jean L. Mizell Randy Moddrell Wendy Mollner Scott E. Moncrieff Anne Monson Lynn V. Morgan William Harris Morley Gerald D. Morris Marianne Morris Robert Paul Moss Pamela J. Mousolite Nancy Joann Moyer Jeannette Mueller Suzanne C. Mueller George Mui Robert Edward Muller. Jr. Thomas L. Muller M. Edward Murray Howard Rodgers Myers Dane M. Nagel Robert Nealon Robert Stephen Neches Wendy Laurie Neild Patricia M. Nelson Linda Sue Neuman Melinda M. Newton Penelope E. Nichols Nancy E. Nicholson George C. Niebank Ill Josephine Ann Nieman Eva l. Nilsson Robert S. Nord Pamela Zoe Norwood Susan Lynn Nygaard Barbara Ashby O'Boyle Carol M. O'Brien ..., M-wp' ,F 4' 1 . Peggy Ann O'Connell Richard J. O'Connell John Fred Oellrich Nellie O'Gara Brent Daryl Ogden Gary W. Oliphant Steven B. Oliver Beth Olson Marianna Olson Barry Michael O' Rourke Mark O'Shaughnessy Mike Osment Lynn Ann Owings Kristin Padavic Joann I. Padorr Deborah Ayn Panas Peggy Caroline Pancoe Diane M. Pantone Jean Elizabeth Parisi Kathryn Mary Parr John E. Parrish Peggie Ruth Pearson David H. Peck Deborah R. Perreault Lynn Persson Barbara Anne Peters Nicholas A. Peters Christine P. Peterson Gary James Petersen John C. Peterson Nancy L. Peterson Guy M. Petit-Clerc Marianne Pettersen Karen Pettit Constance Pitt Adrienne Mary Reda Katherine L. Redcay Dennis F. Regan Jim Rehm Barbara A. Reichert John J, Reinwald Priscilla Lee Remke Randall Warren Renn Nancy L. Reynolds Claudia M. Rice Marcia Ann Richards Kathie Ruth Richheimer Kay Marie Richman Charles F. Richmond Mary Richter Freeman Knowles Pittman Sally J. Poehter Steve Poeock M. Patricia Pocock Sophia Polakowski Marvin J. Pollack William F. Porter William Clyde Porter, Jr. Cliff Potter Nancie Elaine Poulos Andrea Jean Price Victoria Louise Prince Joseph Ken Proft Rick Provus Elizabeth Quaintance Dale R. Raabe Katharine Marie Radloif Richard Andrew Rauch. Jr Nancy Lee Rautbord Mabbett King Reckord lll Kathleen A. Ricketts Richard W. Rieger Thomas R. Rietz Lynn A. Rittenberg Mark S. Robbins Kristine Roberts Gregory L. Roberts James M. Rocklin Joy Roddy Amy Ruth Roll Patricia M. Rosberg Andrew M. Rosenlield Bruce B. Rosenstroek Dinah Artus Rosenthal David J. Rosenzvveig Linda A. Rossi Catherine M. Rossiter Leslie Susan Rossiter Laurie Dee Roston 531- '-av- li s'i5- -Sifi. . ,fe I U- Q . Q-AWK Nancy A. Rothermel W' vw Mitchell S. Rubens Laurie Rubenstein Vicki Sue Rubin Steven Ruderman Edward J. Ruethling Anne Hillier Rupp Mary Ellen Rupp Wendy V. Rush Jock Rystrom Jacqueline A. Sachs David Glen Sager Ann Sailor Raymond Sand Laura M. Sanders Marideth Joy Sandler l85 Gregory A. Schillerefl' Joseph R. Schlanger Charles William Schmidt John H. Schneider Roy Schneider Renee M. Schoenberg Phyllis Nancy Scholl Terry Schuett Timothy Robert Schuett Doris Ann Schumacher Claire L. Schwarz Lisa Schwinn Robert W. Scott Roger John Scully Cynthia S. Sebstad Robert H. Secter Mark Selby John Wesley Self Norman H. Shapiro James T. Shaw I86 Dennis A. Saphir Carol Jean Satin Margaret Ellen Saunders Sally J. Saville Cynthia Mills Sawyer Barbara Ann Saylor William R. Sayre Janet L. Schacherer Mary Anna Scheuermann :IWW Priscilla E. Shaw Margot Jerome Shoekey Scott Alan Sholl Beverly Shurman Wayne D. Shutts Barbara G. Siden Allan Arnold Siegert Taffy Alexis Simmon Ellen A. Simmons Maryvonne Simon Pamela M. Sindorf John Avery Sivright. Jr. Toby Anne Slutzky Susan K. Small Val Allen Smith lll Brian Smith Corinna Smith Susan E. Smith Mary Storme Smithers Shelley B. Smithson Steven Kim Sobel Jill Sollman Lee Sorenson Wendy B. Sosna William H. Spates Caroline L. Specht Lee l. Spector William Bruce Spiro Douglas B. Spoehr Thomas J. Sprague Susan Glen Stark Michael M. Steffen Rick H. Steffey Carolyn Steiger Fred Steiner Dorsey Steinhorf Daniel K. Stern Mark Stern Marcelo Hector Sternberg Patricia F. Sternberg Dara Stevens Jacquelyn R. Stevens .,1, at , Q,. Z bt it f .jf 1 71: A . .ni 2. . .S L ,,. .tz , . ...... William John Steffen Duane N. Steffens R I88 Donald Alan Stiles Anne L. Stout David Rich Stover Gregery C. Strandell Sarah Anne Stranglen Nancy Lee Strunk Anne L. Stuart Kathleen Marie Stuhr Michael James Suerth Martin J. Sullivan Victoria Marie Swanson Dean Sweitzer Susan Swirles Linda M. Tappendorf Scott W. Taylor Barbara E. Terry Alexandra Diane Texto Edward W. Thomas Linda Gail Thomas Gretchen L. Thompson T William H. Thompson Gayle Marie Thorsen Martha L. Thorsen William J. Tinen Patricia Ann Tobias Jane Carol Tomlinson R. Mary Treacy Jennifer Treadwell Susan H. Treichel Richard G. Trezevant Ann Sutler Truesdale Polly J. Tubbs Nancy Kathleen Turner Laurie J. Udell James E. Udesky Wendy Lee Ullman Jane Marie Vance Marianne Vandervort Glese Ann Verlander Mary Adelynn Verta William Allen Victor Cathy Lee Vierra John N. Vignola John L. Vitale ll John Collier Voderberg Stuart C. Voigts Margaret J. Vos Elizabeth Lee Wagner James M, Wagner li . ww' l I89 QE! .N Jane Kathryn Welter Caryl Lee Wertheimer Mary E. Westerman Susan Elise Weston Marcia J. Wexler Joan S. Wexman Woodrow K. Wheeler Barry J. White Francine Joan White James Mallory White Patricia M. White Steven A. White Margaret Ann Whitman Jack M. Whitney Ill Terry Whittemore John R. Whyte Thomas N. Wickes Karla Lynn Wiemer Jo Anne Wiemers Jean Marie Wilcox ., , fi . Q. .f A X ? .., t W Q2 s luxe -i A -.-521.-1 g5:3y kg at - my . f' Q Fw. av' ' A .g 'I V..sf.::s:'2:.-aaitrslrt -":'.i!:i1l-.. f. Bi ,Q .. K ' F LE' my ma, - -gf it fagggy .K A X -o-H A same: fuse Y -Q 2 :"'r Jeffrey Charles Wagner Babs H. Waldman Catherine I. Wallace Patricia B. Wallens Alison P. Walton Wendy M. Ware Kiki Warner Alan S. Watt Christopher Lee Watts Donald R. Waxler vnass . 5 . as f lang. f """. 'W' ,. 2 . 'Qt 'P sf ' X me 5? 1. a -2 XR .ga ,. C X J Y Sf it sc g X Ss X Q. Q 5 if r Cornelia B. Weary Carole Beth Weimer Andrew A. Weinberg Thomas B. Weinstein Cynthia M. Wells QQ L X. . kg? i . ,...... XS ? -ww at Linda Ruth Wyco Linda Yellin Robert D. Yeoman Chris Young Pam Young Patricia L. Zazverskcy Suzanne Zeddies Karen L. Zibble Peggy L. Zollo Judy Jeanne Willer Dave Williams Jeffrey A. Williams Gail Anne Wilson Craig W. Windhorst Douglas W. Winter Nancy C. Winter Robert Winter Suzanne Wittebort Marcia M. Woie Leonard S. Wolf Charles Wolff Richard Arnold Wolff Preston M. Wolin Elizabeth D. Wood Pamela D. Wood Susan Marie Woodall Christopher L. Woodru Jennifer Anne Wrapp Lewis E. Wright SENIOR GIRLS' ADVIS- ERS-FIRST ROW: Mrs. Underwood. Miss Williams. Mrs. Paul. Miss Hamillon. Miss Ryherg. Mrs. Bishop. REAR: Mrs. Rasco. Mrs. Ream. Miss Donnell. Miss j . lNIorrovi. Mrs. link. Miss Bush. Mrs. Romani. Mrs. liossharl. AHSENI: Mrs. Greeson. Mrs. Moreau. l.Ilv1w J SENIOR BOYS' ADVIS- ERS-FRONTt Mr. Metz- ger. Mr. Milehell. Mr. Hall. REAR: Mr. Gregory. Mr Hart. Mr. Everly. Mr Kruempelslaedler. AH SENT: Mr. Bellanca. Mr Kioxon. Mr. Fougnies. Mr Jacobson. Mr. Musieh. Mr Swarsen. l .'Wa'ie'1' l SENIOR GIRLS' S IEISR ING C'OMMI'l'TEE w- FRONT: Hathaway. Iech ner. Butz. Sleinholf. Mixell Kocour. REAR: White. Fo lopoulos. Kaufman. Harri son. Truesdale, Ullman. AB SENT: Bird. Elisberg. Mei ers. Miller. Rittenlwerg. IOL'- dull SENIOR BOYS' STEER ING COMMITI EE -- FRONT ROW: Robbins Littig. O'Rourl4e. Lewis Spoehr. Gecht. E g a n REAR: Taylor. M a c Ix Keith. Cunningham. Stern lflgflvnl GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Butz. Hoifman. Bard Shavn. Gleiss, Cohen. Bird. Moyer. Kramer. Goodman. Pancoe Peters. Bley. Vandervort. Lechner. Houfek. Stuhr. McFarlan Fotopoulos. SECOND: Rossiter. Sandler. Miller. Stark. Schoen berg. Little. Harper. Hall. Gobble. Bernstein. M. Johnson. Brill Terry. Hathaway. Zeddies. Garst. Korsvik. Hymen. Whitman Zollo. Briggs. J. Johnson. Koren. Wertheimer. THIRD: Gruen wald. Wiemer. Swirles. Drummond. Bobrow. Leverenz. Martin Milsom. Simon. Jaudon. Roddy. Warner. Cook. Clo. Chin Foulks. Satin. Richman. Crane. Quaintance. FOURTH: Lyon Fulton. Weston. Wagner. Mollner. Freeman. Scholl. Date. O' BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Bernick. Bro. Marden Gecht. Mui, Nlasamitsu. Waxler. Namath. Marsh. Fields. Dem mon. Taylor. Mitchell. Lewis. Millard. SECOND: Krensky. Kear ney. Davidson. Hines. Leslie. Klee. Saphir. Sand. Filkins. Robbins. Rosentield. Stiles. Fridstein. C. Johnson. Rocklin. THIRD: Ruder man. Bean. Hoskins. Eisenberg. Aronson. Wagner. Graham Gara. Harrison. Hughey. Irwin. Lippman. Smithson. Ullman. Herzberg. Koch. Saylor. Lambart. Hanssen. FIFTH: Derry. Thorsen. Granum. Allen. Burns. Kuhn. Reichert. Gilbert. Marks. Milner. Thompson. Roll. Carroll. Chapman. Truesdale. Johnston. Prince. Foltz. McGohey. Ator. Westerman. SIXTH: Mitchell. Fell. Kinney. Neuman. Bailey. Clampitt. Deutsch. Sailor. Rothermel. Norwood. Coffee. Tomlinson. Cody. Clark. Wittebort. Corrigan. Parr. Vos. Scheuermann. REAR: Bradt. Glassberg. Anderson. O'BovIe. Stuart. Sachs. Denson. Woie. Rosberg. Levinson. Kroeg- er. Sawyer. Etheridge. Brouwer. Sillars. Black. Cunningham. Whitney. Hoyt. Chadwick. Cantin. Butler. Crosby. FOURTH: Katz, Oliphant. Gutstadt. J. Johnson. Ham- mond. White. Huge. Marra. Wolff. Coven. Ogden. Cooper. Wright. REAR: Hall. Grieshaber. Kincaid. Shapiro. Burch. Wo- lin. Deal. Schneider. Dackis. Peterson. McLaren. McCullough. Haas. Q . Q f'1goifvf-V+' s lit? i . 2 15? , NATIONAI Ml:RlT FlNALlSl'S-Berniek. Bird. Briggs. Corrigan. Etheridge. Fotopoulos. Ciruenwald. Hoskins, Houfek. Hughey John son lxit7 Koch Maiden Muller. Wittebort. NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS Penelope Allen leslie J. Anderson Peter J. Aronson Michael H. Bean Creed C. Black Virginia M. Carroll William F. Coale Mara E. Cohen Charles A, Daekis Winifred H. Date Stacy L. Dean Anne Derry Susan E. Dodder Zillah B. Dunkle Richard Eisenberg Richard E. Fausel Christopher Filkins Elizabeth Freeman Leslie K. Gardner Carolyn M. Garst John T. Geoearis Deborah E. Cobble Susan A. Hall James M. Harris Nancy K. Heuberg Bull A. Hoffberg J. Russell Johnson Thomas A. Joseph Emily S. Kass Catherine J. Kinney Andrew F. Klee N. Kathy Klein Marilyn A. Koch Sherry C. Kursvik OF COMMENDATION WINNERS Keith L. Kozloll' Kathy S. Krause Alan M. Krensky Kenneth D. Levy Laura Lewis Christopher Lingle Simon Luhershane Martin M, Lueente Richard VV. Marsh Elizabeth A. Martin Anthony J. Millard Susan B. Miller Linda S. Neuman Brent D. Ogden J. Steven Poeoek Elizabeth Quaintance Barbara A. Reichert Amy R. Roll Leslie S. Rossiter Raymond M, Sand Cynthia M. Sawyer Renee M. Schoenberg Phyllis N. Scholl Norman H. Shapiro Carolyn Steiger Frederick Steiner Jaequelyn Stevens Scott W. Taylor Gretchen Thompson Jeflrey C. Wagner Bahs H. Waldman Patricia B. Wallens Jack M. Whitney -bd 465, 'wmv Dthllll DUIINDN Boll IQIIIN .IlI.I Rollllz IIICNIKICIII X ice-lllvxltlellt Secretary JUNIORS XIR. ,XPPI I-HAI. M FIRST RONN: Silver. Hclcrstlorl. Colts. IICIII Icy. 5klI'llI'WIkI. Kllllllllg. O'Ci1lru. Mr. Applc' btllllll. SECOND: Weil. SIIIVIICS. Baylor. Klw Name. Koch. QZIITIIIQIOII. I'I2II'IOII. Muller IHIRD: Splex. Addix. Iiroyyn. fIOIIII, Sim mons. I.OCXXClIIICI'Z. Htlll. Cirlcxhztlwe: REAR: Ciiordzlllo. Slinc. flllytll. Mllttllcvm. Iuulw. IIIIICIOXIII. Koller. Btlxh. NIR. BI-l.l. FIRST ROW: Woot.lbtll'y. Solomon. Hzlrrl son. Harms. lim. Lowe. f1lllIIPI'5CIl. Mc Laughlin. Mr. Bcll. SECOND: Duuey. Web er. Zilllhelllmll. IX'IIISgjCI'LI. Hlrxch. CZIVCQ' I-FJIIICFI. McNally. THIRD: f,ABI'I2II'lI. Ciold smith. Ilall. Gordon. Agncyl. Benton. I.ztl' msc. Cook. REAR: ITIIVICII. Neallon. Wcin hrcnllcr. Bzlrcllicxi. O'Connor. Kilncr. PI-itll Kosiuk. NIR. IIOSSIIARI FIRST ROW: Sider. xMOOt.II'Wlll'y. Lczlllxe Palncoc. Knott. l.ztCtlsxc. XVZIINOII. Nlr. How- llalrt, SECONDt Aputoll, Carpenter. Tcl'- xhcl. Bclycr, Fclcr. Bryant. Mcllyyec. NIIIIIIM THIRD: Hulllilton. I-Iovylttntl. ,lolln NOII. ISIIIIPICIA, NIQIVIIII. Stevulrt. IYIZICISVIIILII' Petty. REAR: Gore. Karp. lNIcCzluley. El more. CIIAOSSIIIQIII. Blair. Mcnsingzt. .NH SENT: Donnelly. NIRS. CIADER FIRST ROW: IJIACIILICIIIICIIII. Rov. Iotl IIIIIIICIQ Aptltoll. Tllrzlll. ISIILIQIICV. O'Ncil Icltcs. SECOND: Erickson. NI. Hams. An ger. Tixcll. N. lollnxon. Epxtcln. Mtiztlltllll lN'Irx. Cltltlcr. 'IIIIRDI Inger. I-crris, Fisllcr Rolwcrtx. Ixlllontl. Iiovnlcik. I'I'CCI1IlIII. Plocll ITIQIII. REAR: Iflliott. l.cc. Weston. Nzlgcl XIulNerncy. Bodccn. P. .IOIIFISOIL Holton ABSENI: I. II2l1IS. Scllctllwlc. l95 A llfw lint 1 l XX III IXNISON IVCLISIIIACI' 04:1 JUNIORS MISS CI.lENDliNINCi l'iIRSI ROW: Meliriale. Rankin. Duncan. Vail. Dieurieh. Stoker. I-ireehling. Sl-.lv OND: Shea. Muir. Strobe. I-Qggerl. Kaplan, Dellard. Mika Clendening. THIRD: Hurley. Bush. Miller. Horslman. Cole. Cierrie. Mor- gan. Renseh. REAR: Tam. Drake. Howard. Hannon. Hooker. McCann. McClure. AB- SENT: Anderson. Schilling. Shedd, NIR, DICKMAN I-'IRST ROW: Milsom. Goldberg. Nlelriek. Cireen. Wynkoop. Horvalh. Dann. Xli Diekman. SH OND: Herrmann. .lorgenxeir IIOQI. Yahlong. Weil. Cirinuell. Cole IHIRD: Xkillhoite. Dcwoll. VVillis. Smiih. Vkilson. Camras. Rosen. Bennett. RI!-XR Kuhn. Wilkinxon. I.unLl. Ianx, Horxlmann lerrelu. Cvclverl. Irux. I,iehmira. NIRS. DIVPFI4 FIRST ROW: Sehlueler. Wright. Young. Sehviarlz. Dim. Newton. Doddx. Friedman SFCOND: Slay. Lavin. Zakroll. Brandfon Widran. McBride. Walter. Harvey. Mrk. Dui pee. RFAR: Olson. Raggi. Sehwielcrl. Marxhall. Kerr. Jeraeki. I-rieheld. Iohnxon. Hawes. ABSIQNTZ Diseh. Dreixke. Dxxinn. Swan. Woolman. MRS. DHRRY FIRST ROW: Trowman. Hari. Teton. .kn- rlerxen. Bengslon. Rich. Wheelan. SEC' OND: David. Blair. Bridges, Kelley. Hel' mer. Schmitt. Mrs. Derry THIRD: Stern. Smilh. Kuhli. Korner. Walradl. Sllll6IISlCllI. Iandlield. REAR: Wood. Sherman. While. Diehl. Snover. Bunting. Frilz. ABSFNT. Donaldson. Hein. Ioekridge. NIR. ln, Ill I.IS I-lRS'l ROW: Farr. Laxer. Huhaehek. Zel- inxki. Ionak. Freud. Herman. Nlr. Fllix. SFCOND: Moloney. Rees. Slexxarl. Ham- ill. Drew. Maruolianh. Craig. THIRD: Sli!- gen. Fitzgerald. Dahlhcim. Young. Bieder, man. Slrohm. Blaze. Mullen. RPAR: R Iielly. Barenhrugge. Lerxeh. Stern. Gordon. Sehnake. Ii. Kelly. Wiggerk. ABSIQNI: Her herl. I96 XI RS. EWING FIRSI' ROW: Singsen. Fox. Smith. Gressens. Mcfullyg Croft. SECOND: Piet son. Rogin. Rotler. Anderson. Blake. En gelmann. Connor. Nlrs. Eyying. THIRD Hey. Gardner. White. Bonynge. Packer lang. Ryhn. REAR: Abu-I.ughod. Everilt Xlackey. Wallish. Herman. Snyder. Coryine NIISS FOSS FIRST ROW: Mass. Wolfson. Sale. Smyth. Carp. Wilkins. Wilson. SECOND: Birna baum. Knovyles. Sehopen. Broyy n. Green. Ponder. Galloway. Miss Foss. THIRD Pearson. Berthold. O'Connell. Ellyey. Wood- bridge. Rechel. Hughes. Mero. REAR: 'I ur- leyx King. Ovyens. Augdahl. Beucher. Nel son. McKahan. Compton. ABSFNT: Burn ette. Gannett. NIR. FREY FIRST ROW: Steffen. Goddard. Hauen stein. Tremayne. Lindenberger. Handlon Babagian. Friedberg. Mr. Frey. SECOND Nlcfobb. Nortrup. Anderson. Reinisch. Ber- lin. Gordon. Collins. Levin. THIRD: Strom. Renseh. Meier. Kaehler. Dunton. Zimmer man. Broten. Wiscomb. Johnson. REAR Swarzman. Kehoe. Handtmann. lsham. ful ler. Petersen. Lanahan. Moss, ABSFNT: lafle. NIR. HIRSCH FIRST ROW: Healy. Kuenzel. Harris. Humphrey. Hirsch. Ringel. Wilson. SEC? OND: Bono. Pierson. Berman. Smith. Ball. Nicol. Mr. Hirsch. THIRD: Svyitfer. New- comb. Sullivan. Prochnoyy. Csar. Pearson. REAR: King. .Iorgensen. Barnes. Lundberg. Gignilliat. Garcia. Corboy. Johnson. AB- SENT: Irwin. Jones. Lieberman. Schnell. Stone. NIR. HOYT FRONT ROW: Leaf. Goldstein. Avrech. Cragg. Maguire. Adeock. Murray. SFC'- OND: Vanderhosch. Murphy. Danby. Pir- rueeello. Price. Lau. Letourneau. Mr. Hoyt. THIRD: Gross. Schull. Williamson. Hart. Hall. Cramer. Wilkins. REAR: Berg. Ioye. Xluesing. Watts. Versino. Cassell. Robinson. Baird. ABSENT: Fairman. Kaullmann. I97 N JUNIORS DR. JOHNSTON FRONT ROW: Vance. Ciibbons. .Xbnee. Gareis. Elisberg. Schennuni. Homer. Neu- man. SECOND: Samuels. Krugly. Schriver. Dow ns. Friedman. Stein. Tucker. Olson. Dr Johnston. THIRD: Hedges. Black. Heuer. West. Paine. Shearon. Bransford. May REAR: Crown. Allen. Pinkowski. Gleason. Kaplan. Benoist. Seaman. Ciornog. AB- SENT: Denibski. MRS. KEITH FIRST ROW1 King. Henriksen. Weislow Herold. Cronberg. Redcay. Millenson. Siu. SECOND: Dixon. Braun. Ungerleider. Grossman. Braband. Ilhornburg. I.aI"ax'e. Sieberl. Mrs. Keith. REAR: Begley. Bloss. O'Rourlse. Barrett. Mulder. Powers. Sluhi. Dahl. Danberg. ABSI5NTi lionverse. Hurts nian. Vranek. Ziv. MRS. MARMEI. FIRST ROW: Morris. Eldridge. Prussian. Charone. Marcus. Muente. Abrams. SEC- OND: Hall. Ernst. Schultz. O'Donnell. Gautier. Gibert. Grigg. Mrs. Marmel. THIRD: Poe. Gion. Barbara I.. Johnson. Melilin. Borre. Barbara J. Johnson. Milli- kin. Cherry. REAR: Kenyon. Lillard. Pul- ler. Butterworth. Wardwell. Davidson. Ja- cobs. ABSFNT: Brunbaugh. Hernandez. Knoop. MR. McDOWELL FIRST ROW: Sehindeler. Beutelspacher, Heroux. Taylor. Dearborn. Blau. Moran. Colmar. SECOND: Miller. Hoberg. Man- del. Mann, Andruss. Parker. Kuhassels. Johnson. Mr. McDowell. THIRD: Sond- heinier. Salinas. Zastrow. Murtaugh. Rob- bins. Heath. Vihon. Ash. REAR: Watkins. Swenson. Eidmann. Adams. Hughes, Bar- ber. Downing. Neuman. MISS NORDBLOM FIRST ROW: Maier. Edwards. Wayne. Dworkin. Keller. Converse. SECOND: Naugler. Wilson. Dodge. Stonehouse. Bloch. Cox. Mack, Miss Nordbloni. THIRD: Stenquist. DeVuono. Moore. Sinerolt. Trenkmann. Horn. Trobaugh. REAR: Mey ers. Ioehman. Doyle. Bullington. Schxxenn. Yohe, Dierlser. ABSENT: Allen. Richard- son. Schuttler. I98 INIRS. PAL I.IC K FIRSI' ROW: Vkexlei. Nliller. Rhode. Fris- sell. l.ilIen. Sayre. SIiC'ONDt Nlanehesler. N.leNulIy. Schulman. Rupp. Hrael. Sehnei- der. Nlrs. Paulielx. THIRD: Walhaum Fuullee. Speaker. I.eslie. Foslei. Cieillmann Hall. RI-AR: Ingersoll. C'rauliord. Mae Xi'- IlIllI'. Bailey. Wolin. Johnson. O'Keel'e. Kopp. .-XHSPNI' Broil. Healy. Korner. Nleilsle. NIR. PIi'IIiRSON FIRSI ROW: Zengleer. Stern. Whitney Uuidarelli. Haius. Nlillildn. Young, Nli. Pei erson. SFCOND: Ciotilieh. Ciately. Sell Sliekles. Kelly. Rosenviald. Kirehheimer. Suslman. IHIRD: Cireenherg. Cieerale Sehmidl. Peler Wlesscl. Selhness. Paul Wes sel. Kurth. Peacock, RI-QAR: Fox. Defuresl Nleliaehmn. Pnyseig Redding, Wehh. Ciallo may Sehulze. MRS. RODIQN FIRST ROW: Hogan. Curtis. Klee. Bruce Cohen. Magur. SFCOND: Jones. lewis. Sehslad. Correa. Horky. Mackie. Wire Nlrs. Roden. IHIRD: Haigh. Reimers. Tan Ixus. Kimmel. Cioelrler. Clark. Stahl. Wie landl, RFAR: Krueger. Saunders. Stearns Ruellinger. I.und. Sullivan. Goodpaslure Boudart. ABSIJNI1 Bonagura. Prassas. Seheyer. MR. SC'HIl.I.IiRI4I"F FIRST ROW: Gray. Seahury. Sollman Katz. Wade. Karslenson. I.ee. Anderson SECOND: Horxath. Humphrey. Pattisun Nlorningslar. Cfaslino. Ciarlson. Phillips. THIRD: Tam. Assinius. Corradini. Fly Shapiro. Douglass. Brennan. Freed. RIQAR lion. Ciundlaeh. Kushner. VV6iss. Kelley Spiess. Williams. AHSIQNI: Cullen. .lurdan NIR, D. SNII I H I-IRSI' ROW: Dillon. Kendziora. IJLIIIIOIWI Ruth. llruuks. Hines. Pieiroslsi. SFC Oh-D lflurnetl. Iiiehengreen. Telll. Carxer. Keexer Kangles. NIV. D. Smith. IHIRD: Blake Nleier. Hehson, Mast. Ferguswn. Nlarxer Nloure. Rli-XR: Harms. lNIurmvx. Swanson Nliudonslsi. Ciuldherg. Ieuhrman. AIISFIYI Rodenkiieh. Saltl I99 'W JUNIORS MRS. H. XXAUTNFR FIRST ROW: Morris. Buckner. Levinxon Ciuteltanxt. Coyle. Rennolds. Mrx. H. Wag ner. SIICOTND: Slingerland. l.yon. Hedgex Terry. Alwrahamxon. Broolw. Dill. lIHIRDi Maxelli. Kelleher. Cahn. Iieezley. Cierden Faxt. Shepard. Harned. RFAR: Colby Hammond. Feigenheimer. Youngdahl. fed- erlwerg. Mala. Martin. Donohue. ABSFNT' Hall. kishner. Woolson. NIR. XX ARD FIRST ROW: I-rank. Shelley. Hoell. O? Brien. Cvraee. Marks. Methe. Iuttieken. SFC OTND: Smith. Young. Pritchard, Hale. Sanden. Xlohrrnan. Mr. Ward THIRD. I-Quxtis. Downing. Townsend. Kasey. Wil- liamx. Summers. Fox. RI-AR. White. Fd- xon. Arden. Loxxndes. Ilaxidxon Iohnxon. VVexttall. Figell. MR. WIISON FIRST ROW: Frazier. Tonner. Randolph. Suxliek. Howard. Weinberg. Heaton. SFC- OND: Fairfield. Conxidine. Suhoonoxer. CIIIIWQVINOII. Johnsen. Pottage. Mr. Wilson. THIRD: Tvrilling. Judge. Cnrruth. Cmondrin. Roxenthal. Wegerson. Wext. RF.-XR1 Nlide day. Nlaelallum. Smythe. Smit. Iliekel. Parxhall. ABSFNT: Cfuttie. NI.1rtin. Ward. White. MRS. WRIGHT FIRST ROW: Richards. Cioldxtein. Higginx. Iillixon. Madden. Kominek. Peabody. SFC'- OTND: Cumniingx. Hullteley. Iextor. Kauw. Cameron. DeVos. Mrs. Wright. THIRD: Rivurd. Williamx. Kilimnik. I.aird. Strobe. Thomax. RFAR: Dorrer. Hemel. Chev lou. Derning. Cellier. Wilson. Fxerx. AB- SFNT: Fine. McClain. Saphir. MRS. ZFlC1l.I.R FIRST ROW: Rowell. Friend. Richter. Ruwo. Burnett. Squirex. fempleton. SFC- OND: White. Cole. Minoxx. Iothrop. Mui- ray. Iomlinson. Butler. Mrx. Zeigler THIRD: Foley. Lloyd. Sprite, Pollak. Har- rix. Smithers. Cornyn. Rohertx. RF.-XR: Tel- ler. Fndre. Hamherger. Hawley. Rodgerx Arnold. Hain. Shan. 200 1: ., .. ,. , ' 'slut STEERING CONIMITTEFYFIRST ROVV: Haas. Koller. Manchester. Schleuter. Tomlinson. Cialloyyay. Horky. Kenyon. SEC OND: O'- Rourke. Blake. Williams. Davidson. NIcClure. Vlalradt. Cox. Nlrs. leonard. Nlr. Ciould. THIRD: Taylor. Kelly. Hart. Syyarzman. Nlorrou. Williamson. Pearson. Ciore. REAR: Weil. Reese. Hermann. Smyth. Casey. Black. Assimos. OABrien. Cireenherg. ABSETYI: Blake. l.yon. I Ut'It'I'l 9 , J BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Vance. Frank. Abnec Pancoe. Silver. Whitney. Zelinsky. Taylor. Samuels. T. Neuman Hauenstcin. Suslick. Jonas. Moran. Hoyt, SECOND: Ringel. Las- er. Tranen. Homer. Eustis. McLaughlin. Beiersdorf. Blau. Hattis. Sondheimer. Johnson. Hubachek. O'Ciara. Black. Kaehler. As simos. Yablong. THIRD: Herrmann. Corradini. Stewart. Brooks. Wessel. Pottage. Ely. Rosenthal. Mast. Margoliash. Zastrovt Peacock. Shearon. Munk. Cohn. FOURTH: Goldsmith. Vihon Gore, Friedman. Fdson. Addis. Miodonski. Blake. Biederman Webb. Hughes. Benton. Marver. I.ans. Pearson. Willhoite. REAR' Fralicr. Barchiesi. Giordano. Kilner. Goldberg. Galloway. Watts. Seaman. R. Neuman. I.anahan. Moss. Ciornog. DeForest. Strohm Hall. CiIRI,SA HONOR CiROUP-FIRST ROW: Maier. Mass. Eldridge Scheyer. Ross. Keller. Henrilssen. Vranek. Morris. O'Donnell. Todhunter. Bruce. Brott. Rhode. Sebstad. SECOND: Frissell. Sayre. Woodson, Muentc. Abrams. Millenson. Manchester. Gres- sens. Leyxis. Cirigg. MeCulIy. Schulman. Wilkins. Thrall. Haigh. Grossman. THIRD: Braet. M. Cole. Rogin. Kishner. Freudenheim. Lochridge. Dreiske. Dellard. Moore. Lothrop. Herold. May". Slingerland. Rupp. Miller. Saunders. FOURTH: Brandfon. Anger. Borre. Hernandez. Abrahamson. Freeman. Cameron. Strobe. I.yfon. Ell7ey. Kelleher. Powers. Wolin. K. Cole. Gerden. Beezleyy FIFTH: Colby. Mero. Fine. Ingersoll. Schmidt. Foley. Augdahl. MacArthur. Drake. Rechel. Bamberger. Kilimnik. Laird. I.ans. Frietield. Mackey. REAR: Davidson. Schwenn. Abu-Lughod. Sno- ver. McCann. Schilling. Cioodpasture. Martin. Chcsloxx. Boudart. Wilson. McKahan. Corvine. sW,,4nR ,-fi, N A I 5' 1 +1 mu I E an Hun Bunn nm Sciii Nw Mclwiiu Kring HIMRIUIS I rcznnrci' MISS I-. ANDFRSON FIRST ROW: Fhihurzi. Cichr, Olson. Sik- king. Nunn. I.chingcr. Schneider. SH, ONDZ Smith. Fishhein. Schlcy, O'C'onnoi. Nziurzilh. Snyder. Miss Anderson. THIRD' lsinond. Schroeder. Myers. Rodcincii, Bc- mrk. long. Wheeler. RFAR: Hzillslccn. Wulxon. Kznspzzr. Hollzind. Iideckci. Bjork. 'Tyler ABSFNT: lim NIR. BOYD l"lRS'l RONN1 l'rilchz1rd. Kki. Sinshcinicr Winlci. lirillith. Smith. Sclnxurtf. Cullen, SECOND: Cleland. Clark. Pride. fiilI'ISlIiOIII. Pcrlinain. Rcchcl. Pink. Mr. Boyd. THIRD: Cook, Ilavix. Holes. Rzindzill. Sullivan. Luv ker. Pcicrxon. Skinner. REAR: Hnllorun. Cirecr. lwiiiwli. Fulton, Iirndin, MclNIz1hon. lhomux. M ISS BRI-.DFHORN I-TRS-I ROW1 Cioldslcin. lidxker, Good- win. Rich. Druniniond. Jennings. Iiggcri, SECOND: Lewis. Muexing. Ruhenx. Schull, Gordon. Anderson. Miss. Brcdehorn THIRD: Joncx. Iivzins. Shockcy. Boucher, Widrun, Walton. Burt. Anthony. RFAR Derry. White. Rocpkc. Miodonski. Sawyer. lNILIlJAI'll1llI'. Iohnxon. AHSFNT: Muller. NVIIIIIICQ. MISS BROWN FIRST ROW: Spector. Harwell. Taylor. Whcclzxn. l.iIicntcld. l,uzz1r. Liordon. Slit- OND: Lindcnhcrgcr. Mcdow. Rcdrnnn, Moran, Hood, Britten, Jcnnrich. Mm Brown. THIRD: McC'ulIough. Schniicl. Mc- Nunizxrii. Pollzikoll. Poiilox. Hunxen, Scully. Marlin. RI1ARi Alhcrx, Major. Holfmun, liicnernunn, Dzivis. Pczirxon. HOIZCIIIRQIIIIP. Peterson. ABSFNIH Dxxinn, 202 SOPHOMORES XIRS. t Airsixi FIRST ROW: 'l'charanian. Smith. Sholl. lxorsvik. Winhurn. Trienenx. Sulliyain. SISCOND: Freutlenheim. Dee. Burke. Ritch- ey. Westler. Brtidt. Ice. Mix. Calexini. THIRD: Longo. Campbell. Fleer. Semlen. Peterson. Sonnenschein. Frictlherg. RFAR: Sailor. Hoyylett. Mayer. Muck. Korth. Noi- man. Houpt. ABSFNI: White, NIISS CQXNII' FIRST ROW: Reexe. Ianx. Dotltler. Cornell. Shuttx. Czireyy. Aten. SECOND: I.ixt. Weil. Ciritton. Wortell. Kopel. Lewlie. Ciihwon. Xliw Camp. THIRD: Dunlap. Cooper. Ciutekanst. Drey. Wood. Amex. Blov. Holtx- herg. RFAR1 Williamx. Mann. Keller. Smith. DeForexl. Shaw. I.ewix. ABSFNT: Bloch. .lonex XIISS COOK FIRST ROW: Powell. Limrencc. Hay'ward. Nlontgomery. Sutton. Monroe. Uiesen. SFC- OND: Rastetter. Cutler. Texsier. Borre Ikchudy. Leverenz. Rickman. THIRD: Ad- ler. Stewart. Thorxen. Mensinga. Nordhem Zehr. Kinney. Calhoun. REAR: Jordan Nlaynard. Cioodmun. Dunn. I.awson. Schnei der. Beucher. Kelley: ABSENT: McKay' N1cI,iclt. NIR. DAVIS FIRST ROW: Jacobson. Miller. Murxh Luhershane. Bruhand. Iam. Goodman. SFC OND: Hannon. Siegel. Fahey. Apfelhztch Decker. Cutler. Barrett. Mr. Davis. THIRD: Hohlus. Preston. Neihurger. Frank. l.oehe ridge. Kretchmer. Sorg. Rexchke. RF.-XR Beatty. Munroe. Narrotl. Cloud. Wright Crztig. Nlanly. ABSFNT: Rance. XIISS FUNOT FIRST ROW: Hinex. Burnet. Friclt. Knoyyl ton. Oxhorne. Fllis. Katz. SFCOND: Favs ter. Farrar. Buzzard. Thrall. Iewix. Mar yhall. Reiniych. Nliw I-Qgnot. l'HIRD: Pear Non. Karmel. Sorenxon. Berlow. Ionex. Hoe kim. Meredith. REAR: Kahn. Hoyylund Dunn. Schulze. Palmer. Hampton. Shziyy Duhner, ABSFNT1 Nlitlson. 203 'Q ra .. ei.. . L lm. SOPHOMORES MRS. UWYNN I-'IRST ROW: I'CIly. 'lziylmp Drilley. Hui ney. Silkin. Weinberg. Haszliikieuiez. SIC OND: Phillips. Kzuuss. Biirlon. Williams Burns. Moore. Mrs. Gwynn. THIRD: Zim helman. Ipznie. McAllen. Cowan. Angres Nielsen. Cook, RISAR: lNIeNair. Malek Rolhermel. Mueller. I.ClOllI'IlCllU. L'llmain Fzirley. AHSIQNTI Baird. MRS, HAMMIQRSLIQY I-'IRST ROW: Iimilz. Donnelly. Iiinihell Allen. Fix, Nleinlvhin. Oniliei. SFCOND: Krenslq. Niekulus. Nleleun. iinmllneh Slenn. I.L1ssIQ. Nlrs. Hammersley THIRD: Grimes. Cimssherg. Alexiingler, Iiineaiiil Dahl. Wiseomb. McMahon. RFAR: Sun- ders. Mee. Pearson. lee. Ciillzindel. Im nienhzinsen. Ilurslniun. Biwlirie. ,fXBSleTN'I' Brown. Peters MR, I.. HRNIDIJRSTIN FIRST ROW: I-izillon. Slrzins. Innes. Main ierre. Weihel. Butler. Spoehr. SECOND: Peters. Laine. Czirlxxrighl. Crime. Kam' Morris. Gray. Morgan. THIRD: Fulk. lex IOI1 Webb. Pierson. Lewis. Eisenizin. Hzirbee Berettzi. REAR: Dickson. Crow n. Hnri Ginn. Ahllmrn, Volekens. Iiuzmiak. Clzirrell NIRS. HUCKIINS FIRST ROW: Slrundell. Masarnilsu. Km mer. Weislmrd. Schmidt. Martin. Rielz SECOND: Slelley. Sawyer. Levinson. Rzxzili Rosen. Kelley. Dehzleker. Mrs, Huggins THIRD: lNieliols. Rovelslzid. Camne. Mil- son. Berz. Lingle. Koons. REAR: Cireen Franz. Deneker. liruee. lglilzen. Pellil Moore.Osel1ervuilf, ABSFNT: Nielsen. MR. HURl.I-Y FIRST ROW: Vain Bzilcn. Sehennuni, NI Riley. O'Doxul. Wold. Hansen. Kziplzin SECOND: Hussey. Jensen. lean. Rossini Shepzird. Byer. Rndernizm. Mr, Hurley THIRD: Melend. Maize. Ruth. Dnntnn Swiggell. Hill. Werner. Rossiler. REAR: Behr. Hurley. Burns. Snerlli. Hiillis. Hams sen. R, Riley, Iusepli. 204 NIR. R.-XHIER FIRSI ROXVg Coyle. lueohxon. Segerson. Morton. Lerseh. .lcllrcy Greene. lute. Mill ler. SECOND: Jensen. Steinhorli. Httrrimztn. Cttiimis. Eerretti. NlcCrz1clten. Chrixliun. Nlr. lizthler. THIRD: Johnxon. .l. Nlulhidc. Sat peihtt. Briton. Ciriffitlis. Iliurloxx. Liehou Miller. Arthur. REAR: Richman. C. Me- Bride. .lttmex Cireene. Iirozttl. -Xinirlittzli Ciunimersttll. Rowe. Rill. .NBSENTZ Yung- lei. Winxoi. MR. R. lxl.le.lN FIRST ROVV2 Simpson. Nluyei. Fenton Btirnx. Nos. Koch. Butler. Zeddiex. SEC OND1 Tinen. Nloulton. Moore. Dove. Stuhr Nlurphey. NlticDoxxell. Mr. Klein. THIRD lenkinx. Lindquist. Redding. Condon. Hull MacDonald. Seidholi. Martin. REAR: Stun- ley. Rothroek. Creatgh. Weidenteller. Fox. Dix. Smzirt. Rodenltirk. AHSENTIZ Nlilxxid. Whutley. MRS. W. KLEIN FIRST ROW: Gather. Ergax. Shields. Rich Carlson. Huggins. Wittenberg. SECOND Aekerinann. Bierman. Curtix. Ehrenberg. Rossi. Nliodonxki. Hull. Mix. Klein IHIRD: Dill. Elliott. Paul. Allen. Martin Wurzhurg. Iehuilly. REAR: Crown. Erde xig. I.ztForet. lioudurt. Miller. Nlotisolite lgleheztrt. ABSFNT: Hickman. MR. NIAIZ FIRST ROW: Duranxo. Allyn. Smithxon Heck. Pinliert. Sztntostelano. SECOND Mann. Shtty. O'B0yle. Krimmer. Hilztridex. Mellzer. Nlr. Matz. THIRD: Cohen. Jacob xen. Schexxitz. Ross. Nagel. Cuwudy. Brzttl ley. REAR: Koch. Conant. Morley. Burch Hlackett. Mack. White. Clll'lNUl1. ABSENI Phillips. Zttnmicuhi. NIR. MrI'i.'XIJfI5,'XN FIRST ROW- Viunolzt Hexnrtn White 6 P5 H SSIVFCQ W!!! lxennedy. S. Detmer. lnihol. Clay. SEC- Q 0 UND: Protlromux. Sehieyer. Cirillith. Yer- 'I 1, W ,Q " I xino. Nlcllhenny. Hull. Nlr. iXICI'iilklZCillt. 1, "" IIIIRD: Rotherniel. Morrix. Wults. Pcterx. W in Xlerxille. tztrrington. Sehtiniztuher. 'lf Det- mer. Rl-LXR: Spangler. Ciohei. Seztton. Compton. Quttintztnee. Berg. lohnxon. Nlcf Cluie. AHSFN'l': l5iwl1ei.Nls:Ciohey. 205 H ICU SOPHOMORES MR. Ml.il.l.lNFR FIRSI' ROW: Kuhn. Schulte. .luelymtun. Stnnuelx. Trim. leyyis. Rrosehel. SFCOND: Nlztneyztl. Wrxtpp. Regain. Montrow. l.ix:- ezey. Mzmtntlzt. Mr. Mullirter. l'HlRlDf lhompwon. Corrigan. Krier. Connolly. Den- ixon. Diaz. lohnxon. Newton. Rl-Q-XR: Miehle. Morris. Boyd. Nztdherny. Vztnms- dztle. Condon. Millet. Slutju. Sholl. Ali' SFNT: Fwztltl. Wolf, MR, l'l'l"l'S FIRST ROW: lztinex. P. Smith, Keinpnet. lltinstiger. Gordon. Nlorrix. T, Smith. SH? ONIJ: Birnhztttin. Allen. l.inn. Xztimler. liimlslittvy. O'Neil. Mr. Pittx. lHlRlJ1 lirttyitw. Yoyxell. Henrielyson. liinzer. Saiy- lor. Cooper. Rohertx. Rl1AR: Hull, Brom n. I1nehelmztyer. Linehatn. Rudloll. Hoellerieh. l.tiiek. ABS!-QNT: Ctilhertxon. Ciooye. Cinl- hrrtmlsen. Pztrly. MR. PROVOW FIRSI ROW: Hehhcrger. SlllllX2lll. .l. Nley- er. Sztnderx. Firler. Mow. Schneider. SFL- OND: Wilson. C. Meyer. cDSlCl'g1lllI'Ll. Sliml- lot. Kubert. Connelly. Seott Siegel. Mr. Proyovy. THIRD: Kaplan. Fztir. Piper. .lor- dztn. Solberg. Harris. Gatstler. Kelly. REAR: Williams. Griffin, Sample. Ciyyinn. Cirisat- more. Sugrue. Steyen Sigel. Steyyztrt. Ali- SENT: F.vei'ds. Holktetter. Sunxing. MISS RORK FIRST ROW: Hurovyitz. Grow. Hiemeek. Ayyttd. Haydock. Bixhop. Wetttherheutl. SFCOND: Morrixon. l.e.leunc, Dellovy. Mil- Ier. Oliver. Jzteohy. Fish. Misx Rorl.. THiRiJ: Saville. Nelyort. l-Lellett. Furm- yyorth. Wutxon. Butler. Meilyle. Heidrieh. RFAR: Sehucherer. Kuhn. Amierxon. Black- well. Smith. Bitlermun. Huge. .XBSFNTZ XVt1OLlI'lllli. MR. SC'HUlfl'Z FlRS'l ROW: Keele. Brztet. Sehinitf. Brooks. Bull. Mow. Bztughmaxn. SFCOND: Ronan. lieeken. livztnm. lhlilCKCl17lC. Hnghy. Herloelyer. Mr. Sehttltz. 'lHlRD: Blztelv well. Vain Bettrle. Swenxon. Mebeever. Cironley. Herxcl. Ciolliee. Cirov. RFAR: Nettlon. Buekinghztm. Kirlylttntl. Roxing. Ford. Fverxx. Olxon, Weil. 206 NI RS. SI liWAR'l FlRS'l' ROW: iirigg. lmucx. Cmiic. Drcxx Badger. Phillips. Hiclm, Slit UND: lkwrlci luke. Allimn. Biirghurl. Hanger. Slmnlicrge Mix Slcxxzirl, 'IHIRDI Oxxingx. Ciullirig kngclluml. Hcincn. Hmikcr. llcmliiclw Slay, Rl-AR: Smith. Xkciw, I-lidmgiim Qamipbell. Nlukloiims. Hupkinx, Sulmurlz ABSFNI: Bulwock. lindznuur. MR. XX, SIYXNARI FIRSI ROW: lrliiiiziii. llCLlNlI'Ulll. Axli mmrlli. liciigxlmi. Xlciirulli. Slicilil. Cicici' SH UND: Picwn. lxllklll. Kulllaic. Dcul llmncy. Nlillcr. lewis. X111 Slcuuri 'IHIRDZ Cxillctl. Bruml, Vlllllglklll. I-rainlx Cowboy, Oppcnlicimcr. Kixkuddoii. Rl1AR -Xllcn. Ncnl. Hzirxey. Rugcix Suhrocilci' Nlnlhcr. l-ox. limulw. NlR. STRITXIAS FIRST ROVV: Mursli. More. l-rufiel. Doh- lin. Kelly. Homer. 'limxncly SFCONIU: Bukcr. Phelan. Coiiglzin. lxckley. Sylvan. Clay. Wcim. Mr, Sli'iinm. THIRD: Vunzc- xcrn. Buckingham. Baldwin. Hlcy. lillis. Fitch. RFAR: lllxcr. Ueixl. Fletcher. SIO- ver. Will. Beck. l.ll7C2ll'. Fohriiizxn. AB- iFN'l: Hullei. MR. liljflil-.R FIRST ROXXY Mech. l.ichcrmun, Wcin' herg. Axlmorlli. Dzuial. Axsiimxs, lN1Cl.r22ll1. SIECOND: Wzischcr. Iairdncr. Hzlrlf. Stoker. Cillllliijtf. Miller. Mr. luclxcr. l'HlRlD: Nlcllonuld. SIClll. J, Amlcrxoii. Arnuld. Ham- kcll. Mzillcx. Urlmn. RIFAR: Webb. Yun' hullc. flurry. lilionipwn. Xlcfurtney. ln- dcuk. Cornell. fXBSl7N'l': Nl. Amlcrwii. Calm. Nl RS. WU I NI,-XN FIRSIK ROW: Hugzm. NNl1ll6. Kmuukc. Dixuh. l'rccmaui. Fricdiimii. Yunlcll. Slif- UND1 Nicol, l-ii'ccau'lx. l"lllI1llCj. kriihixwgi. Dc Nm. Hillncr. Nlzx Wvlnmn. IHIRDZ Pirrucucllo. Awlihuclici. Cuvcii. liryzui. Cirov, Hcirmcn. l,u Mar. REAR: SIUVHI. l Nlucllcr. Richlcr. Nvllyltf. iiilmurc. Kziixcr. 5 Hcdigcr, Wilcox, ABSFNI: Huotli. Fxum. 207 blk...-i STFFRING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: Hayward. Martin. Isaacs. Burnet. Vainder. Weeks. Ball. SFCOND: Lewis. Wheeler. Bierman. Jennrich. Livezey. Ruderman. Jacobson. THIRD: Bradt. Heidrich. Hillncr. McAllen. FOURTH: Bloch. McNair. Scully. Lusskey. Randall. Ahlborn. Christen. Connelly. REAR: Detmer. Neal. Hilarides. Brand. Jenkins. lflgtlvril ,, gi . BOYS HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Baer. Weinberg. Heb- berger. Morton. Aki. Morris. Beck. Smithson. Fulk. Fresen Bengtson. Robertson. Allen. Mann. Assimos. SECOND: Ewald Camras. Stein. Maneval. Firfer. Perlman. Fletcher. Lewis. Deni son. Johnson. Barrett. Schreyer. Manierre. Weeks. leekley. Riley THIRD: Smart. Relly. Frank. Preston. NlcI.eod. Maize. Hall Stoker. Pierson. Hilarides. Brand. Beatty. Rothermel. Connolly Montross. Solberg. Weiss. FOURTH: Thompson. Richman. Ar- nold. Liebow. Greer. Versino. Grillith. Fausch. Watts. Vealon Corboy. Saylor. Ruderman. Ross. Smith. REAR: Crown. Sea lon. Volckens. Kevin Condon. Weil. Johnson. Manly. Beretta. Hanssen. Keith Condon. Kretehmer. Werner. Ahlborn. SOPHOMORES GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Rich. Fbihara. Graber Lindaver. Knowlton. Rastetter. Taylor. Katz. Nunn. Drummond Lidsker. Fishbein. SECOND: Bassett. Huggins. Thrall. l.eyin son. Freudenheim. Reinisch. Wheeler. Jacoby. l.amar. Frceark Carlson. Snyder. Cutler. Gordon. THIRD: Korsyik. Alexander Whitney. Jones. Palmer. Gundlach. Hallsteen. Pearson. McNa mara. Wiscomb. McMahon. Friedberg. Williams. Marshall FOURTH: Nordhem. Richter. Farrar. Long. Kuhn. Bruce. Pear son. Potllos. Watson. Burns. Allison. Derry. Bryan. REAR Sawyer. Mueller. LaForet. Shaw. Korth. Bohnc. l.ewis. Farley Crown. Smith. Davis. l.eBailly. ABSENT: Carones. FRESHMEN NIR. Xi RIRNI.-XX FIRST ROXX: Keller. Ixaden. K often. L lark. Hirxh. Hilaridex. Doctor. Sl COND' XYITIIC. Xluxgjerd. cgii-ittm. Aldridge. Fritz. Xloiiln. Kees. Mr. Aekernian. IHIRD. Landon. Grad. Sehiilf. Stein. Harzold. Pelterxsn. Reieh. X aneleay e. RF .-X R: N ming. Nort- riip. Ahranix. Gruenyyald. Benedict. Poly dorlx Xleliohey. AHSFY T: Rotter. XIRS. .l. ANDERSON FIRST ROW: Narehetto. Mitchell. Coyle. Xkeiw. Grow. Xyittenherg. Lipxehutz. SFC- OND: Wallaee. Condrin. Hoell. Goldman. Wexlei. Allen. Belzer. Nlrw. I. Anderxon. VHIRD: Pelrillo. King. Deahl. Stout. Rauf. Dunn. Dietmeier. Hoyyland. RFXR3 Long. Nlanker. Montague. Shaw. Eideyig. Adamx. St. Clair. ABSENT: Brook-. MR. BALDRINI FIRST ROW: Morrix. Larney. Hurley". Wye. Chien. Trux. Roeklin. SECOND: Corra. Striehel. Sampson. Nlattheyys. Rim- man. Silvius. Mr. Baldrini. THIRD: Buck- ingham. Goss. Angell. Grallis. Demon. Thalmann. Spatex. Brummel. REAR: Hoel- lerieh. Druliner, Poor. Xlartin. Carver. Stein. Gould. NIR. HARFFIELD FIRST ROW: Gordon. Peabody. Pritzker Sherman. I-ilxso. Mead. Singsen. SECOND: Stueker. Midday. Baekgaard. Cliakirix. At kimon. Kieines. Mr. Barerield. THIRD: Lueking. VanAmerongen. Iaeohxon. Sehey' er. Colyyell. Feagans. Downing. REAR: Randle. Arndt. Chapman. Cook. Meeder Nlederrnott. ABSENT: Gutnayef. Hoffman Iaxnel. Nlilehell. NIRS. BENOWICZ FIRST ROW: Thiele. Fester. Smith. Sohel Sehelhax. Trainor. Mick. SECOND: John- son. Buinx. Williams. Hulburl. Shanherge Grant. Doyer. Nirx. Benovyiez. THIRD: Ad eoek. Tomlinson. Loevienherz. Hart. Beehe Sauder. Bisehofl. Todhuriler. RE.-XR: ful houn. Cox. Vineent. Zanzueehi. Bain. Rod gerw. Flatley. AHSENT: Kohlherg. 209 FRESHMEN MR. BRINlx l-lRS'l' ROW: Schultz. D. liroxxn, laxky, Arinhrukler. Uoow. I-iaton. S. Bron n. SEC - OND: Hughcx. Shapiro. Hclmcr. Anderson. Connlcy. Wcllx. Hincx. Mr. Brink. THIRD: Caxcy. Newcomb. Pctcrxen. Inman. Burton. Hanna. Clark, Kass. RFAR: Iurhan. So- botka. Jacohson. Young. Fvicn. Meacham. Nloorc. Stcllenx AHSI-'NIJ Lioodpaxturc. M R. HURNSIDI5 FIRSI ROW: Lollo. Clampitt. Smith. brit! lin. Hard. McNally. Wagner, SFCOND. Nlclntitc. Collcc. Wcmherg. Kirby. Picrxon. Bovvcx. Cilcmlct. Mr. Hurnxidc. IHIRD: Cioltlcn. Whiting. Sintlorl. Nlclla. Spick-. Spriggx. Wilkins. RliARi iiill. Suhtsmct. Tisch. Wcsttall. Nicrman. Hoxhcin. Hahn. Nicholxon. MISS DANIPLS FIRSI ROW: Lazar. Korcn. Aukcrntann. McCohh. Hcroltl. Irwin. Gregory. SEC UND: Corrigan. Hoyt. Drucker. Kanaley. Reynoldk. White. Miss Daniels. THIRD: Drocgc. Harslon. Walkon. Savitt. Schaack. Fdvsards. Cirulce. Skaja. Rl-QAR: Poster. Lett. Ciuslich. Bulhngton. Kahn. Dillon. Honncll. Kaullimann. ABSIENT: Phemixtcr. MISS I-.l.I,lS FIRS'l ROW: Huhhcll. Lee. lordan. Al- hrcchl. Manicrrc. Oughton. liao. SFCOND: Raymond. Dicttrich. Hruhantl. Cain. het- nc. Cfray. Spears. Mikx Fllix. IHIRD: Clic- lovx. Rctncr. Johnson. lhomas. Cnihcrl. Brookx. Mcliisxick. Hulkeley. REAR: Fikh- cr. Hammond. Cilcxx. Pearson. Vcrlandcr. Young. Banach. Harney. AHSFNT: Morris. MR. l'il.Y FIRSII ROW: Aki. Andruns. l.app. Bode. Rohn. Hcsant. SECOND: Shapiro. Whcclcr. Katz. Worwk. Ciarrctt. Squircx. Mt. I-'ly IHIRD: Ludwig. Mcsirovn. Smith. took. Oughlon. Rankin. Mcicr. RI-IAR: Calhoun: Brent. Wolfe. Nadhcrny. Black. Ciricxhahcr. Fotopoulos. AliSliN'li: Kelly. Morrix. 2l0 NIR. FORRIER FIRST ROW: Stewart. Bacon. Hrashears. Rothsehiltl. Fletcher. Conterio. Nlilhtirn. SFCOND1 Tomlin. Annes. NIeCarren. Nlil- ler. Riee. Coreoran. Mr. Forrer. IIHIRDZ Iiuekner. Kriteheyer. Quinn. Fullerton. Sor- enson. Sttsliek. Stenqttist. REAR: NIeCann. linden. Randolph. Fgan. Cameron. Sha- piro. Hanson. ABSFN'I': .lester. Nleiiahe. XIISS CIORF FIRST ROW: Pierce. Ioyyenstein. Samuels. I'iehner. Ciordon. Folk. Drew. SFCOND: Wolf. Freeark. White. I-Itttf. Fuller. Ioyyle. NI. Delaney. Nliss Ciore. THIRD: Oakley. Farrar. Peek. Btrrlingham. Jenkins. Mitchel. Sheldon. Holland. RIZAR: Cohrs. Culyer. Ade. Brandt. Bryant. Knight. Davenport. IS. Delaney. NIRS. URFFN FIRST ROW: Beskin. Boyer. Wolan. Nliteh- ell. Witeotf. Zeitz. Zoros. SECOND: Foltz. Meier. Joseph. Haas. Katz. Sprott. Sehew- itl. Mrs. Green. THIRD: Towne. Crosby. Dreyy. Mack. Coreoran. Almgren. Stewart. Karsten. REAR: hICfiL1llgI'ICy'. BeeLIey'. Ro- senzweig. Mosher. Felton. Koeh. Kohler. Megan. NIRS. HUCLI-.I.IER FIRST ROW: Wahlund. O'Ciara. Sehneider Frankel. Bernhaum. Hunt, SECOND: Slin gerlantl. Harris. Fosse. Fremont. Manning Horwitz. Mrs. Hugelier. THIRD: Correa Riehartls. Imholi. Nealon. Fyans. Hansen RFAR: Beattie. Kelley. Allen. Whitt. Ne- merovski. Mals. O'Neil. ABSENI3 Blan kenship. Ceclerherg. I.enz. Norcross. NIISS .IONIAS FIRST ROW: Sillman. Smith. Hymen White. Stein. Jaeohson. Cloodsmith. SEC OND: Kuehn. Rogers. Goodman. Caster line. Sheehan. Morton. Miss Jones. THIRD Ramsey. Didriksen. Bush. Fox. Speeht Crreen. Redman. l.ee tfreshman helper! RFAR: Peyton. Mitchell. Kemmerer. Loyye. Johnson. Heagstedt. Wilhoite. ABSENT Roberts. 2Il 'sas I . Athi, I 94636 "WJ l FRESHMEN MR. LIQDINSKN I"IRS'I ROW: Olixer. Herman. Fativet. Iaekson. Zellner. Sillman. Cutler. SECOND Mannos. Ware. Eisenberg, Ebfgrlei Hmw. naur. Merrill. Iiversz. Mr. Ledinsky. 'IHIRD Freud. Stone. Alexander-Swan. lklaranda Strunk. Campbell. MeNitt. Brandt. REAR Oxerman. Baumann. Pinkovwski. Robert Kaseherg. Reda. Richmond. Welch. Ali SITNIZ Mata. s. NIR. MEC IQIINISLRCII-IR I-'IRSII RDW1 I-iraudo. Iiekert. l.ixeL5 Iiurge. Rixenhurgh. Toomhs. SECOND leonard. Baylor. Cornell. Morrow. Yer ville. Iistrin. Mr. Meeklenhtirger. THIRD: Miller. Allen. I:unari. Rennolds. Horwitz Ihomzts. Harvey: RFAR: Nickel. Ricketts. Rothschild. Reichert. Kerr. Gadient. Owens .'Xl5SI4NT: lNIeCatliert5. Steffen. M RS, MOHNI-.Y FIRSI' ROW: Richter. Anderson. Minou. Sternherg. Twilling. Smith. Doherty. SFC- OND: Catlin. Follin. Mase. Kilpatrick. Iaek. Farris. THIRD! Omachi. Sullivan. Wolll. Dunnell. Sanders. Japha. Martin. Blanchard, REAR: Robinson. Baer. Thorp. Croy. Kopp. Jacobsen. Ward. Parrott. AH- SENI: Kees. MR. MURPHY FIRST ROW: Bernstein. Berniek. Ogden: Weishard. Lyon. Hammond. Mcfully. SEC- OND: Linn, Zeitz. Gallagher. Johnson. Peterson. Franco. Horn. Mr. Murphy THIRD: l.ane. Nagel. Linden. foiuatl. Deahl. Braekett. Millikin. REAR: Sidran. Roth. Heath. Sweitzer. Stults. Miller. Wal son. Carlin. MISS PIil'I'HMAN FIRST ROW: Sehwietert. Rance. Weber, Diehl. Mitchell, Ciuyton. Morris. SECOND: Whipple. Larson. Yablong. Ashley. Steiger. Peterson. McBride, Miss Peithman. THIRD: Hupp. McClain. lining. Fajerstein. John- son. Webster. Woods. Bagg. REAR: Baui. Frank. Voigts. Dhein. Farley. Broeekl. Hai- tlee. Cheslow. 2I2 MISS PETERSON FIRST ROW: Becker. Ruhin. I.ziPztt. Crown. Young. Steffen. Cummings. Miss Peterson. SECOND: Larson. Fisher. Rey- nolds. Woolfington. Vunhulle. Colby. THIRD: Tessier. Mack. Husum. Dorrer. Fox. Lewis. Gordon. McNally. REAR: Geoeuris. Hilden. Barnes. Steiner. Johnson. Kluiher. Kovuleik. Cox. ABSENTZ Temple- ton. NIR. RHOAD FIRST ROW: Cizistino, Herrmann, Miller. Demhski. Fttusel. Gihson. Ford. SFCOND: Shapiro. Pride. Friedman. Cilenn. Chi- moures. Dell. Mr. Rhoad. IHIRDZ Peters. Cf Wood. Kolstztd. Mitchell. Iweit. .l. Wood. Kuhn. Shaver. REAR: Nord. Pear. Pokrttss. Neiweem. Biderniztn. Ruthertord. Dettrhorn. Sanborn. ABSENT: Piirseh. XIRS. ROBINSON I-IRST ROW: Lular. Dominque. Wolfson. Anderson. Bartlett. Neuman. Karp. SEC'- OND: Wzildstein. Hussenuuer. Sehmit. Ho- herg. Stiles. Moore. Judge. Mrs. Robinson. THIRD: Dalton. Meister. Calvert. Lawton. Blackwell. Tubbs. Koenen. REAR: Skill- man. Christensen. Mather. Warren. Boone. Slught. Sidney. ABSENT: MCI.ick. Pieper. MRS. ROSFN FIRST ROVV: Stiller. Burnett. Ciztllaltztn. Harris. Rasmussen. Moddrell. Cahn. SFC'- OND: Lee. Umztns. Rzishman. Edwards. Ploehman. Moss. Ciellur. Nlrs. Rosen. THIRD: Wilson. Lau. Dmis. Bztrehiesi. I Ruenzel. I ottztge. Bussell. Carpenter. RIFAR: Seollzty. Smith. Robinson. Watkins. Priec. Hocger. Treztcy. Ayers. Sniillie, NIR. SCHIN IO FIRSI ROW? Childs. lsttjztwzt. lohnsoii. Aronson. Nlzush. Blossom. Ciilhert. SI-C UND: Rothrocls. Inger. -Xldrieh. Pierre. A A A A Singer. lielshousc. Huzis. 'I HIRD: Rosen- thztl. Yohe. lirovtn. Duguid. Nlollett. Pet- iillo. Nlr. Sehinto. RF.-XR: SLIXXWCI. Moore. Stztller. Simpson. Flannery. lflentlrixson. Tzihin. M D D -l-.--in-- I -1. L FRESHMEN MR. SIN FRNS FIRSI ROW: Iiuerger. Koeller. I.everentf. Mitchell. Horn. Petty. Hamilton. SI-LOND: Krause. Etheridge. Clarkson, Benson. Weil. Rossiter. Reichelderler. Mr. Seyerns. IHIRD: Freeman. Pendleton. Nolan. Haels- et. Brown. Sloan. Pzttera. REAR: Bunting. Kominek. lewis. l.ayy. Ransone. Porter. Alf len. ABSIENIC Weayer. MR. IENNIEY FIRSII' ROW: Hurley. Mayer. Rice. Hel- oux. Mack. Piper, Culbertson. Holleh. SECOND: Rohlwins. Cirohsgal. Reeyes. Wright. Shaw. Rubens. Olionnell. 'IHIRDZ Uhler. Federico. Tetll. Cioldhlatt. Ciranuni. Dierker. Rashnian. Murphy. RFAR: Broun. Wall. Skalla. Maselli. Solomon, Friefield. Favyley. Doyle. MRS. .l. WAGNFR FIRSI' ROW: Rohhins. Sulliyan. Rance. Garroeh. Finneyf. lylelieever. Dallineyer. Bro. SFCOND: Keys. Healy. Stout. San- ders. Deraisines, Sehnagl. Wilson. Mrs. .l. Wagner. THIRD: Chamberlain. Anderson. Iillis. Stiritz. Beatty". Simon. I.y'nelt. White. RI-QAR: Panas. Gilmore. Dreislse. Yoder' lverg. Weinhrenner. lindnieier. Steele. Nla- son. MRS. W'Fl.C'H FIRST ROW: I"reenian. lorgensen. Wan- herg. Miller. Ahranis. Cirossyyeiner. Beloit. SFCFOND: Fridstein. Frnieling. Wright. Baere. Willianis. Wylie. I'horsen, Mrs. Weleh. 'IHIRD: Vorreiter. Dodge. Iillings ton. Hopkins. Cunningham. Fiiro. Sansing. Rest. FOURIH: Isuhnen. Yellin. Donnell. Ruegsegger. Weiss. Cielvert. Mason. Fekerl, NIR. WOI.I'F IIIRSI' ROW: fillIKI1ll'Clll. Herloyy. Dralse. Jennings. Haas. S. Jones. Wilson. Hudson. SICOND: Ilenn. Johnston. leiden. Roh- lwins. Fuller. Ciranstroin. Iselley. Mr, Wolllf IIIIRD: I-'rohnian. fhapinan. Sale. Penney. Wootlhury. Rodriguez. Iitttterlield. Hille- hrand. Fair. RFAR: laylor. fyl. lones. Cut- ler. Rees. Rice. Harned. Hines. Doye. Rol- lllts. 2l4 PIUR lN1CNlT'l NANCY HLALY SALLY DRUCKFR WXLLN Cook President Vice-President Secretary Tre xsurer STEERING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW Lee. Fester, L. Weiss. Guyton. SFCOND Eckert. Bard. Bernick. Czistino. Doctor THIRD: Brandt. Goodsmith. Horwitz Haas. Callahan. FOURTH: Morris. Stone Aldrich. Drake. Rocklin. FIFTH: Mather. Barnes. Buffington. D. Weiss. Dreiske REAR: Downing. Sobotka. Mziselli. Free main. Sorenson. ABSFNT: Kilpatrick t.WL'ic'rl 2l5 lf! GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Rubin, Lazar, Sillman. Crown. Minow. Lee. Mitchell. Laurel Smith. Fester. L. Rance. Robbins. Wanberg. Witeoff. SECOND: Wolfson, Dominique. Sternberg. Jacobson. Hymen. Koren. Sehelhas. Diehl. Manierre. Finney. Wittenberg, Joseph, Yablong. Freeark, Callahan. P. Rance. Gerrie. Sobel. Towne. THIRD: Thiele. Loni Smith. Har- ris. Gregory. Colby. Van Hulle. Katz. Miller. Raymond. Brandt. Farrar. Hulburt. Schnagl. Savitt. Stiles. Omaehi. FOURTH: De- laney. Dietmeier. Baere. Gordon. Thoraen. Ellington, Corrigan. Loewenherz. Dallmeyer. Grant. Moxs. H. Edwards. Webster. Cal- houn. Cox. Treaey. FIFTH: Baur. Fixher. Vorreiter. Heagstedt. MeLiek. Todhunter. Young. Gless. Verlander. Long. Sheldon. Watkins. S. Edwards, Davenport. Bain. REAR: Hoyt, Nemerov- ski. Stout. Cahn. Healy. Drucker. Fajerstein. Panas. Karsten. ..,,, ,,. N 5' f .1 'gifm , 1 t 4 I 4 ll ASM... V ,N . V x ' -L -' ' M is . K . .,.. . s BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: liekert. Kaden. Brando. lierniek. Silviux. Guidarelli. Markh. lyon. Lawky. Clampitt. l.ey- erentz. Chien. Roeklin. Kelly. SECOTND: Weixbard. Golden. Haas. lones. van Amerongen. Leiden. Siilman. Friedman. C. Shapiro. Spicss. M. Shapiro. Horn. liaekgaard. Robbinx. THIRD: Aldrich. laeobson. Jelft. Penney. Stone. MeNitt. Conrad. Clark. Meier. Burton. Reichert. Oughton. Baumann. Molletl. REAR: Staller. Sanborn. Solomon. Meeder. Ransone. Gould. Watxon. Rottcr. Frieheld. Sohotka. Randle. Hoellerieh, Patrons We gratefully acknowledge the support of our friends in the business community. Black Leaf Products National Threaded Fasteners Corp. Robert B. Fridstein and Associates First National Bank of Winnetka Robert G. Weiss N. A. Hanna Woznicki Jewelers A. W. Zengeler Abe Fell Co. Scandinavian Ski Shop Young in Heart Porter's Electric Glencoe National Bank ACKNOWLEDGMENTS-Jell Krcines. Hank Brandt. Richard Cantin-cover photos. The Bernie Studio. Ev- anston. Illinois. Economy Advertising Company. Iowa City, Iowa. Jahn and Ollier Engraving Company. Chica- go, Illinois. Shelby Craftco Corp.. Jolict. Illinois. , .gf neu. 1 f nr ,U Ui. Academics, 92 Administration, 104. 155 Adviser Rooms Juniors, 195 Sophomores, 202 Freshmen, 209 Aesculapians, 31 Alpha Trieri, 31 Amateur Radio Club, 39 Ariierican Field Service, 28, 14 Baseball, 82, 146 Basketball, 68, 138 Bernoullians, 35 Biology Club, 31 Board of Education, 155 "The Boy Friend," 42 Boys' Advanced Dance, 121 Bridge Club, 38 Bulletin Corps, 29 "Bye Bye Birdie," 48 Chess Club, 30 Computer Club, 39 Creative Arts, 40 Crews, 50 Cross Country, 60, 131 A Abnee, A. Victor, 134, 143, 144, 198, 201 Abrahamson, D., 121, 200, 201 Abrams, A., 214 Abrams, D., 139, 209 Alinjalms, K., 38, 116, 129, 198, Abu-Lughod, R. Lila, 197, 201 Ackermann, A., 210 Ackermann, K., 117, 205 Adams, C., 198 Adams, K., 116, 167 Adams, L., 209 Adcock, A., 197 Adcock, M., 209 Addis, W., 129, 195, 201 Ade, P., 119, 211 Adler, D., 203 Agx5ew,P.,112,115,116,138, 1 5 Ahlborn, T., 122, 135. 144, 204, 208 Aki, D., 202, 208, 210 Aki, R., 210 Albers, Dana, 202 Albers, Dru, 167 Albrecht, L., 210 Alder, C., 167 Aldrich, Patricia, 110, 167 Aldrich, Peter, 135, 141, 147, 215 213, .. 216 Aldridge, B., 209 Alexander, J., 204, 208 Alexander-Swan, A.. 212 Allen, Charles, 206, 208 Allen, Christine, 198 Allen D., 205 Allen E., 204 Allen F., 198 Allen J., 106, 152, 209 Allen, John, 207 Allen P., 96, 110, 111, 167, 193 Allen Richard, 141 Allen Robert, 135. 212 Allen S., 214 Allen, V., 211 Allison, S.. 117, 207, 208 Allyn, J., 148, 205 Almgren, L., 211 Altamore, V., 202 Ambrogi, E., 167 Ambrogi, P., 132, 207 Ames, E., 203 Amirfazli A., 137. 205 Andersen, K., 196 Anderson Barbara, 197 Anderson Beth, 196 Anderson C., 132, 144, 199 Anderson E.. 213 Anderson, H., 214 Anderson. James, 141, 207 Anderson Jill, 116, 167, 193 Anderson 2 l 8 Judith, 206 Organizational index Dance, 49 "Death of a Salesman," 45 Debate, 55, 122 De Todo Un Poco, 127 ECHOES, 58, 124 Faculty and Staff, 158 Faculty Council, 166 Fencing, 75, 144 Fifties Club, 36 Financial Club, 38 Folksinging Society, 37 Football, 61, 132 "For Adults Only," 51 Free Reeds, 34 French Club, 33 Freshman Class, 102 Freshman Math Club. 35 Fuggre Teachers of America, Geography Club, 36 German Club, 32 Girls' Athletic Association, ss, 149 Girls' ciub, 20, 108 Goif, ss, 148 Gym Leaders, 26, 143 Gymnastics, 78, 142 Honor Groups Seniors, 193 Juniors, 201 Sophomores, 208 Freshmen, 216 Hosteling Club, 34 Human Relations Forum, 37 Inklings, 56, 125 Instructional Television, 56, 130 Intramural Sports, 90, 153 "J B " 45 .., Junior Class, 98 Junior Music Club, 54 Lacrosse, 87, 144 Lagniappe, 51, 121 Latin Club, 32 Le Flambeau, 126 Lens Club, 37 Lost and Found, 29 Model Club, 35 Music Organizations Chamber Orchestra, 121 Choraliers, 117 Concert Band, 118 Ensembles, 115 Honor Band, 120 Junior Girls' Choir, 116 Musettes, 117 Opera Group, 116 Senior Choir, 116 Senior Orchestra, 118 Stage Band, 120 Troubadours, 117 National Merit Scholarship Finalists, 194 "N" Club. '25 Ne Pravda, 57, 126 New Trier Guard, 26, 112 New Trier News, 57, 123 Patrons, 217 Pep Club, 24, 110 Playback, 56, 128 Praeco, 58, 127 Republicrats, 36 Russian Club. 32 Student index Anderson, L., 167 And-erson, Mark, 138, 207 Anderson, Melissa, 202 Anderson, P., 112, 138, 197 Anderson, R., 86, 115, 116, 138, 143, 148, 167 Anderson, S., 212 Anderson, T., 133, 210 Andruss, Jeffrey, 198 Andruss, John, 139, 210 Angell, J., 209 Anger, L., 112, 139, 195,201 Angres, L., 204 Annes, G., 211 Anthony, J., 202 Apatoff, L., 195 Apatoff, D., 195 Apfelbach, C., 203 Arden, M., 200 Armbruster, B., 137, 210 Arndt, R., 137, 209 Arnold, D., 200 Arnold, J., 167 Arnold, P., 207, 208 Aronson, J., 144, 213 Aronson, P., 167, 193 Arthur, P., 205 Arvites, J., 44, 45, 121, 167 Aschbacher, J., 167 Aschbacher, S., 207 Ash, J., 134, 198 Ashenden, T., 167 Ashley, J., 212 Ashworth, C., 207 Ashworth, K., 207 Assimos, D., 138, 199, 201 Assimos, S., 133, 141, 207, 208 Aten, S., 203 Atkinson, R., 209 Amr, N., 108, 167, 193 Augdahl, J., 116, 197, 201 Avrech, L., 143, 197 Ayers, T., 213 Ayyad, F., 206 B Babagian, K., 197 Babbitt, R., 167 Babcock, M.. 207 Bacon, D. 135, 211 Badger, Nl., 207 Baekgaard, P., 148, 209, 216 Baer, C.. 212 Baer, R., 207 Baere, J., 214, 216 Bagg, C., 212 Bailey, B., 167, 193 Bailey, S., 199 Bain, Cathleen, 209, 216 Bain, Cynthia, 200 Baird. S., 112, 138, 197 Baker, J., 123, 207 Baldovin, P., 195 Baldwin, J., 133, 144, 207 Ball, Charlan, '200 Ball, Christoph-er, 117, 206, 208 Ball, M., 197 Bamberger, J., 38, 200, 201 Banach, K., 210 Barbee, D., 117, 204 Barber, S., 129, 198 Barchiesi, F., 213 Barchiesi, R., 152, 195, 201 Barchiesi, V., 167 Bard, Janet, 204 Bard, Judy, 120, 121, 167, 193 Bard, Julie, 167 Bard, S., 133,210,215 Barenbrugge, C., 116, 196 Barnes, A., 151, 167 Barnes, H., 153, 197 Barnes, K., 213, 215 Barney, A., 204 Barrett, O., 203, 208 Barrett, S., 112, 139, 198 Barthell, J., 167 Bantam, A., 213 Bai-neu, L., 167 Barton, Linda, 167 Barton, Lon, 143, 193, 195 Barton, S., 204 Bassett, Y., 202, 208 Batten, D., 151, 202 Batterham, K., 116, 167 Baufoy, K., 203 Baugher, V., 115, 116, 195 Baughman, R., 138, 206 Baughman, W., 112, 138, 168 Baumann, P., 135, 212, 216 Baur, D., 212, 216 Bayard, J., 112, 115, 138, 168 Bayer, J., 132, 144, 168 Baylor, James, 132, 195 Baylor, John, 212 Beam, E., 168 Bean, M., 168, 193 Beattie, Caren, 211 Beattie. Catherine, 168 Beatty, K., 116, 117, 133, 203 Beatty. S., '214 Beck, D., 129, 207 Beck, R., 138, 205, 208 Becken, P., 206 Becker, R., 213 Beebc, V., 151, 209 Beezley, F., 200, 201 Beezley, S., 211 Begis, W., 168 Begley, J., 116, 198 Behr, D., 204 Beiersdorf, P., 26, 112, 138, 195, 201 Bellairs, K., 168 Bellairs, R., 133, 210 Below, D., 214 Belzer, A., 143, 195 Belzer. D., 209 Benedict, G., 209 Bengtson. A., 196. 208 Bengtson, J., 106, 135, 207, 208 Bennett, A., 134. 196 Benoist, G., 198 Benson, J., 214 Bentley, D., 195 Benton, J., 120, 121, 195, 201 Benz, R., 143, 148,168 Beretta, R., 204, 208 Berg. R., 116, 145, 197 Berg, T., 117, 205 Berlin, R.. 197 Berlow, D., 135, 214 Berlow, L., 203 Berman, C., 197 Berman, E., 197 Bernbaum, K., 211 Bernick, D., 212, 215, 216 Bernick, R., l15,168, 193, 194 Bernstein, D., 43, 47, 115, 116. 149, 168, 193 Bernstein, R., 135, 212 Berthold, Jeanne, 197 Berthold, John, 168 Berz, B., 204 Berz, M., 116,121, 125, 168 Besant, G., 84, 139, 147, 210 Beskin, M., 197, 211 Beucher, B., 168 Beucher, J., 203 Beucher, Margaret, 202 Beucher, Michelle, 197 Beutelspacher, S., 134, 198 Bevan, B., 168 Bey, D., 197 Beyer, D., 135 Bezark, R., 202 Bickel, R., 200 Biderman, C.. 206 Bidterman, D., 154, 213 Biederman, R., 122, 124, 154. 196, 201 Biemeck, K., 206 Bienemann, K., 168 Bienemann, S., 202 Bierchen, J., 168 Bierman, M., 106, 111, 205 '208 Binder, J., 52, 168 Bird, K., 112,139, 168, 192, 193, 194 Birnbaum, M., 206 Birnbaum, S., 197 Bischoff, H., 119,209 Bishop, K., 117,206 Bjork, K., 117, 202 Black, C., 55, 105, 106, 122, 168, 193 Black, D., 106, 133, 210 Black, S., 66, 106, 115, 134, 198, 201 Blackett, S.. 145, 205 Blackwell. C., 206 Blackwell, M., 150, 206 Blackwell, 213 Blair, G., 195 Blair, J., 196 Blake, A., 134, 199, 201 Blake, C., 197, 201 1 Sclireilwrei, 127 Senior Class, 96, 167 Senior Girls' and Boys' Advisers, 192 Senior Music Club, 54 Soccer, 66. 134 Social Service, 22, 113 Sophomore Class, 100 Spanish Club, 33 Stamp and Coin Club, 38 Steering Committees Seniors. 192 Juniors, 201 Sophomores, 208 Freshmen, 215 Student Cabinet, 166 Student Council, 16, 105 Student Tutoring, 27, 113 Swimming. 72, 138 Tennis, 85, 147 Track, 80, 145 Tri-Ship, 18, 10f7 "West Side Story," 46 WNTH, 56, 129 Wrestling, 76, 140 Blanc, D., 168 Blanchard, D., 212 Blankenship, S.. 211 Blau, D., 198, 201 Blaze, W.. 81, 116,145, 196 Bley, M., 168, 193 Biey, S., 142, 143,207 Bloch, E., 120, 121, 198 Bloch, N., 119, 121, 203, 208 Block, N., 168 Bloss, K., '203 Bloss, S., 198 Blossom, D., 213 Bobrow, C., 168, 193 Bock, W., 131, 145, 168 Bode, J., 148, 210 Bodeen, D., 111, 117, 195 Bogolub, D., 37, 107, 113, 168 Bohne, L., 204, 208 Boles, D., 129, 134, 154,202 Boll, M., 143, 168 Bonagura, N., 199 Bond, B., 168 Bonnell, B., 210 Bonnell, D., 116, 168 Bono, S., 44,116,121,197 Bonynge, T., 119, 197 Boone, V., 213 Booth. D., 59, 168 Booth, J., 207 Borre, J., 111, 203 Borre, K., 111, 117, 198, 201 Boudart, J., 205 Boudart, M., 114, 199, '201 Bowes, B., 133, 210 Boyd, R., 206 Boyer, B., 168 Boyer. L.. 211 Boy-er, R., 142, 168 Braband, J., 203 Braband, K., 210 Braband, P., 198 Brackctt, W., 137, 154, 212 Bradley, A., 168 Bradley. L.. 168 Bradley, R.. 205 Bradshaw, D., 119, 206 Bradt. K., 168, 193 Bram, T., 54, 117, 203, 208 Braet, J., 117, 142, 206 Braet, S., 199, 201 Brand, G., 106, 133, 147, 166, 202, 207, 208 Brandfon, E., 132, 196, 201 Branglt, H., 43, 115. 116,121, 16 Brandt. M., 212 Brandt. S., 211, 215, 216 Bransford, R., 119, 134, 145, 198 Brashears, L., 169 Brashears, S., 135, 211 Braudo, R., 135, 147, 212, 216 Braun, Ben, 70, 137, 146, 205 Braun, D., 169 Braun. J., 198 Braun, K., 169 Brennan. M., 199 Brent, R., 133, 210 Bridges, L., 126, 198 Bridges, M.. 196 Briggs, E., 169 Briggs, L.. 126. 169, 193, 194 Brill, L.. 115, 116, 169, 193 Brittingham, J., 116, 121. 169 BIO, K., 119, 189, 193 Bro, P., 119, 152,214 Broad, R., 117, 205 Broeckl, J.. 150. 212 Bronson, W., 169 Brook, M.. 169 Brookman, J., 116, 169 Brooks, Candace. 210 Brooks, Charles. 207 Brooks, H., 206 Brooks, Leslie, 200 Brooks Brooks , Lisa. 209 ,N., 199,201 Broten, W., 116, 119, 120, 197 Cameron, C., 119, 121, 204 Cameron, E., 123, 200, 201 Cameron, J., 133, 195, 211 Campbell, D., 143, 169 Campbell, J., 119, 195 Campbell, P., 117, 203 Campbell, R., 119, 207 Campbell, Sarah, 139, 151, 169 Campbell, Scott, 116, 169 Campbell, T., 65, 133, 212 Camras, C., 119, 205, 208 Camras, R., 196 Cargin, R., 59, 143, 154, 169, 1 'l Cardais. S., 170 Carew, S., '203 Carey, J., 195 Carlin, D., 170 Carlin, M., 212 Carlson, M., 137, 147, 209 Carlson , E., 170 Carlson, James C., 205 Cole, Lori, 46, 47, 116, 170 Cole, Lynn, 170 Cole, M., 123, 200, 201 Collings, E., 170 Collins, P., 54, 115, 197 Colmar, C., 198 Colwell, A., 115, 171 Colwell, D., 209 Compton, C., 108, 116, 151, 197 Compton, J., 146, 205 Conant, D., 85, 147, 171, 205 Conant, H., 133, 137, 205 Condon, Keith, 144, 205, 208 Condon, Kevin, 206, 208 Condrin, C., 209 Condrin, J., 130, 200 Confrey, P., 171 Connley, P., 135, 210 Connelly, T., 154, 206, 208 Brott, J., 105, 106, 199, 201 Brouwer. C.. 169 Brouwer, J., 169, 193 Brown, C., 119, 120,214 Brown, David, 210 Carlson, James R., 144, 154, 199 Carlson, S., 117, 205, 208 Carlstrom, J., 112, 139, 170 Carlstrom, R., 135, 138, 148 202 i Connolly, D., 76, 133, 141, 206, 208 Connolly, T., 140, 171 Connor, R., 197 Conrad, R., 119, 212, 216 Considine, F., 29, 200 Conterio, S., 143, 211 Converse, C., 198 Datlian, D., 171 Dahl, L., 198 Dahl, S., 117, 204 Dahlheim, R., 131, 146, 196 Dailey, J., 132, 171 Dallmeyer, S., 214. 216 Dalton, A., 213 Danberg, D., 198 Danby, D., 197 Danielson, J., 115, 171 Dann, D., 196 Date, W., 171, 193 Davenport, J., 211, 216 Brown, David E.. 85, 133, 137, 147, 206 Brown, G.. 214 Brown, Randi, 197 Brown, Richard, 133, 213 Brown Sam, 130 210 Brownz Susan, 204 Brown T., 134, 169 Carney, M., 209 Carone, P., 204 Carp, K., 197 Carpenter, V., 88, 150, 213 Carpenter, W., 142, 195 Carrington, C., 195 Carrington, J., 205 Carroll, L., 97, 170 Brown, W., 195 Bruce, H., 204, 208 Bruce, L., 105, 199, 201 Bruemmer, L., 149, 151, 169 Brumbaugh, S., 198 Brummel, S., 209 Brunder, P., 169 Bryan, B., 117, 207, 208 Bryant, L., 211 Bryant, T., 195 Buckingham. John J., 145,207 Buckingham, John C., 135, 206 Buckingham, M., 139, 209 Buckner, J., 200 Buckner, S., 133, 211 Buerger, S., 147, 214 Buliington, M., 210, 215 Butliington, S., 198 Bulkeley, C., 200 Bulkeley, J., '210 Bunting, Bunting, M., 151, 196 s., 133, 144, 214 Burch, B., 205 Burch, J., 169, 193 Burdick, s., 169 Burge, P., 212 Burghan Burghart , M., 201 , W., 169 Burke, J., 203 Burke, K., 169 Burlingham, S., 119, 211 Burnet, J., 117, 203, 208 Burnett, L., 213 Burnett, P., 199 Burnette, Laura, 123. 200 Burnette, Linnea, 123, 197 Burns, Burns, Burns, 204 Burns, Deborah, 115, Cindy, 149, 208, 209 Cynthia, 117, 149,204 David, 106, 133, 146, 116, 139, 169, 193 Burris, G., 105, 115, 116, 121, 132, 169 Burns, K., 119, 120, 148, 154, 205 Burt, S., '202 Burton, R., 210,216 Carroll, P., 112, 138, 170 Carroll, V., 170, 193 Carroll, W., 138, 170 Carruth, M., 153, 200 Carver, S., 141, 209 Carver, J., 140, 199 Cartwright, P., 129, 135, 204 Casey, B., 143, 210 Casey, D., 148, 200, 201 Cassady, J., 205 Cassell, C., 197 Casterline, C., 211 Castino, C., 199 Castino, T., 135, 213, 215 Catlett, D., 141, 202 Catlett, L., 135, 144, 207 Catlin, R., 116, 121, 170 Catlin, S., 212 Cawley, A., 200 Cederberg, D., 200 Cederberg, P., 211 Cellier, P., 116, 200 Chadwick, P., 62, 132, 145, 170, 193 Chakiris, J., 209 Chakiris, K., 170 Chamberlain, M., 214 Chapman, A., 214 Chapman, J., 57, 123, 170, 193 Clgbpgman, O., 133, 137, 145, Charone, B., 198 Cherry, C., 109, 198 Cheslow, E., 125, 200, 201 Cheslow, J., 212 Chien, B., 119, 209, 216 Childs, J., '213 Chimoures, J., 213 Chimoures, P., 121, 170, 213 Chin, P., 170, 193 Chinn, E., 170 Christensen, C., 150, 213 Christian, A., 170 Christian, R. 117, 205, 208 Christmann, L., 170 Christoph, C., 170 Cicerale, H., 199 Clampitt, C., 170, 193 Clampitt, D., 148, 210, 216 Converse, G., 198 Cook, Alice, 116, 171 Cook, Avis, 204 Cook, B., 132, 140, 195 Cook, M., 171, 193 Cook, T., 154, 202 Cook, Walter, 209, 215 Cook, William, 210 Cooper, F., 206 Cooper, Martin, 171, 193 Cooper, Mary, 116, 122, 203 Corboy, A., 138, 207, 208 Corboy, E., 132, 154, 197, 207 Corcoran, James, 211 Corcoran, John, 171 Corcoran, M., 211 Cornell, C., 203 Cornell, J., 131, 205, 212 Cornell, S., 207 Cornog, E., 115, 198, 201 Coryn, C., 113, 200 Corra, G., 209 Corradini, J., 199, 201 Correa, C., 211 Correa, E., 199 Correa, T,. 171 Corrigan, Jane, 96, 124, 171, 193, 194 Corrigan, John, 129, 130, 206 Corrigan, M., 210, 216 Corry, D., 119, 121, 207 Corvine, J., 197, 201 Cotsirilos, G., 171 Coughlan, E., 207 Coven, Jessie, 207 Coven, Jonathan, 106, 119, 121, 134,171, 193 Cowan, J., 204 Cox, Cox, Cox, Cox. D., 171 Jennie, 116, 198,201 Joyce, 213, 216 M., 209 Coyle, C., 209 Coyle, L., 200 Coyle, W., 205 Coyne, L., 171 Cragg, R., 197 Craig, J., 203 Craig, R., 112, 196 David, J., '207 David, M., 151, 196 Davidson, D., 116, 124, 166, 195, 198, 201 Davidson, H., 63, 132, 143. 171, 193 Davidson, J., 128, 200 Davidson, K., 110, 166, 171 Davis, B., '202, 208 Davis, E., 213 Davis, R., 139, 151, 171 Davis, S., 202 Deahl, N., 209 Deahl, T., 119, 133, 143, 212 Deal, K., 144, 171, 193 Deal, S., 207 Dean, S., 108, 109, 115, 116, 171 Dearborn, Randall, 130, 213 Dearborn, Richard, 198 Debacker, M., 204 Deboom, Alex, 171 Deoarlo, R., 132, 172 Decker, B., 117, 203 Dee, S., 203 Deforest, D., 199,201 Deforest, G., 152, 203 Delaney, B., 211 Delaney, Q., 106, 211, 216 Dell, L., 213 Dellard, C., 196, 201 Dellow, E., 117, 149, 152, 206 Dembski, J., 213 Dembski, P., 198 Demmon, M., 107, 132, 143, 172, 193 Dencker, C., 116, 204 Denison, T., 106, 116, 117, 138, 206, 208 Denson, P., 112, 139, 172, 193 Denson, S., 209 Deraismes E., 214 Derning, D., 117, 200 Derry, A., 112, 114, 139, 151, 166, 172, 193 Derry, R., 202, 208 Detmer, T., 117, 133, 138, 205, 208 Detmer, S., 133, 205 Deutsch, D., 172, 193 Devos, F., 106, 200 Devos, R., 110, 207 Devuono, F., 198 Dewolf, D., 196 Dhien, B., 212 Diaz, J., 154, 206 Diaz, R., 108, 172 Dickson, T., 133, 147,204,211 Didriksen, D., 211 Diehl, A., 116, 196 Diehl, C., 212, 216 Dierker, J., 214 Dierker, V., 198 Dietmei-er, L., 209, 216 Diettrich, N., 210 Cramer, C.,105, 1l2,138,154, 197 Crane, E., 106, 111, 112, 139, 171, 193 Crane, J., 207 Crawford, K., 199 Creagh, J., 135, 205 197 Diettrich, L., 196 Dill, J., 205 Dill, V., 200 Dillon, A., 210 Dillon, B., 199 Dillon. M., 172 Dim, c.. 196 Bush, B., 211 Bush, N., 109. 196 Bush, R., 195 Bussell, L., 213 Butler, A., 112. 139,200 Butler, C., 169 Butler, E., 206 Butler, M., 129, 135, 204 Butler, P., 60, 107, 131, 145, 193 Clark, Deborah, 170, 193 Clark, Donald, 119, 135,209 Clark, G., 135, 147,202 Clark, James, 170 Clark, John, 127, '210, 216 Clark, M., 170 Clark S. 199 Clarkson, J., 139, 214 Clay, G., 207 Croft, H., Cronberg, J., 198 Crone, D., 119, 120, 204 Crosby, A., 211 Crosby, S., 134, 148, 171. 193 Crouch, E., 171 Crown, P., 213, 216 Crown, S., 105, 147, 198 Crown, J., 106, 135, 204, 208 Crown, R., 119, 205, 208 Croy, C., 212 169, Butler C5317 R. 135 205 Clay, L., 205 C., 197 Butterfield, P., 133, 143, 214 Butterworth, C., 198 Butz, J., 151, 169 Butz, P., 112. 116. 139, 169, 192, 193 Buzzard, A., 169 Buzzard, M., 203 Byer, D., 119,204 Byrnes, L.. 169 C Cahn, L., 213. 216 Cahn, M., 200 Cahn, P., 207 Cain, C.. 210 Calhoun, G., 105, 115, 132, 140, 169 Calhoun, H., 210 Calhoun, L., 169 Calhoun, M.. 203 Calhoun, P., 106, 209. 216 Callahan, M., 213, 215, 216 Callander. S.. 117. 204 Calvert, S., 213 Cleland, C., 202 Clcworth, C., 170 Clo, K., 170, 193 Cloud, D., 203 Cloud, N., 119, 121, 140, 170 Cloud, P., 124, 170 Coale, W., 125, 170 Cody, B., 170, 193 Coifee, K., 206 Coffee, R., 129, 210 Coffee S., 170, 193 Cohen: A., 1129, 205 Cohen, James, 135, 209 Cohen, Jessie, 199 Cohen, Judith, 170, 193 Cohen, L., 69, 107, 119, 136, 146, 170 Cohen, M., 119, 123, 125, 170 Cohn, S., 105. 134, 195,201 Cohrs, l-I., 211 Colby, M., 213, 216 Colby, S., 200. 201 Cole, James H., 195 Cole, James M., 143, 196 Cole, Kathryn, 197 Cole, Kim, 129, 196,201 Csar, D., 143, 171 Culbertson, C., 142, 206 Culbertson, F., 142, 143,214 Culbertson, L., 200 Cullen, B., 199 Culver, L., 211 Cummings, P., 213 Cummings, R.. 105, 116, 200 Cunningham, C., 214 Cunningham, K., 134, 154. 171, 192, 193 Curley S., 171 Curran, D., 112, 138, 171 Curtis, C., 205 Curtis, E., 119, 199 Cutler, C., 139, 214 Cutler, David E., 143, 203 Cutler, David P., 133,212 Cutler, J., 110, 150, 203, 208 Cutler, M., 112, 197 Cuttie, M., 123, 200 D Dackis, C., 113, 171, 193 Disch, C., 196 Disch, G., 106, 207 Dix, T., 83, 107, 132, 146, 166, 172 Dix, R., 107, 146, 205 Dixon, A., 198 Doblin, R., 207 Doctor, B., 119, 120, 209, 215 Dodder, Sarah, 117, 203 Dodder, Susan, 172 Dodds, C., 196 Dodge, A., 106, 120, 172 Dodge, B., 214 Dodge, N., 198 Doherty, D., 212 Dollard, S., 172 Dominique, J., 213, 216 Donaldson, E., 116, 196 Donnell, S., 214 Donnelly, Mari-a, 204 Donnelly, Mark, 195 Donohue, J., 123, 200 Dorheim, M., 172 Dorrer, K., 213 Dorrer, L., 112, 139, 151.200 Douglass, J., 83, 146, 199 Dove, J., 134, 214 Dove, N., 172 Dove. W., 120, 135, 205 Dover. R., 209 Downing, K., 133, 209, 215 Downing, R., 132, 200 Downing, W.. 198 Downs, W., 198 Doyle, K., 214 Doyle, M., 198 Drake, P., 106, 196,201 Drake, W., 147,214,215 Draney, T., 135, 207 Dreiske, J., 214, 215 Dreiske, N., 45, 196,201 Drew, Deborah, 116, 150, 211 Drew, Donna, 117, 207 Drew, F., 148, 196 Drew, P., 150, 211 Drey, A., 203 Dritley, J., 204 Droege, L., 210 Drucker, S., 150, 210, 215, 216 Drucker, W., 105, 115, 116, 134, 172 Druliner, C., 133, 209 Drummond, Karen, 117, 202, 208 Dmmmond, Kathleen, 109. 116, 172, 193 Dubner, L., 203 Ducey, C., 119, 195, 214 Duguid, G., 133, 213 Dumont, D., 139 Dumont, W., 153, 199 Duncan, S., 117, 196 Dunlap, P., 146, 172 Dunkle, Z., 115, 116, 172 Dunlap, V., 150, 203 Dunn, Cecily, 203 Dunn, Charlotte, 117, 203 Dunn, K., '209 Dunnell, S., 212 Dunton, J., 197 Dunton, R., 137, 146, 204 Duranso, J., 205 Durlacher, M., 112, 172 Durlacher, P., 138, 172 Dwinn, L., 196 Dwinn, P., 202 Dworkin, L., 198 E East, M., 200 Eaton, G., 210 Eberle, J., 133, 141, 212 Ebihara, L., 202, 208 Eckert, C., 147, 212, 215, 216 Eckert, M., 119, 214 Eckhouse, C., 172 Eckhouse, J., 102, 119, 135, 213 Eckstein, B., 172 Edson, M., 114, 122, 200, 201 Edwards, C., 198 Edwards, H., 210, 216 Edwards, P., 172 Edwards, S., 213, 216 Egan, C., 132, 144, 172, 192, 211 Egan, P., 133, 137, 211 Eggert, J. 202 Eggert, M., 196 Ehrenberg, S., 117, 205 Eichengreen, S., 132, 199 Eichner, S., 211 Eidmann, J., 198 Eidmann, M., 207 Eiseman, P., 204 Eisemann, L., 115, 172 Eisenberg, Richard, 130, 172, 193 Eisenberg, Russell, 119, 143, 212 Eix, J., 111, 117, 204 Eix, L., 132, 142, 172 Eldridge, D., 119, 130, 198, 201 Eiisberg, R., 129, 153, 198 Elisberg, S., 115, 172. 192 Ellington, J., 120, 207 Ellington, N., 214,216 Elliott, M., 205 Elliott, P., 115, 116, 195 Elliot, W., 120 Ellis, Laurel, 214 Ellis, Laurie, 110, 203 Ellis, N., 110, 126, 172 Ellis, S., 207 Ellison, H., 119, 121,200 Ellzey, D., 54, 105, 197,201 Elmore, B., 195 Elmore, P., 172 Ely, W., 199, 201 Enchelmayer, P., 119, 206 Endre, J., '200 Engelland, L., 117, 207 Engelmann, C., 112, 139. 197 Enright, W., 152, 153, 172 Ensor, D., 116, 143, 172 Epstein, N., 195 Epstein, P., 147, 172 Erdevig, Dana, 205 Erdevig, Dorene. 209 Ergas, A., 205 Erickson, C., 117, 195 Erickson, J., 119, 120, 134, 173 Ermeling. S., 214 Ernst, B., 115, 116, 193 Ernst, C., 119, 120, 173 Estrin, A., 148, 154,212 Estrin, J., 131, 145, 173 Etheridge, L., 173. 193, 194 Etheridge, S., 214 Eustis, C., 112, 138,200,201 Evans, D., 202 Evans, Elizabeth, 173 Evans, Ellen. 173 Evans, R., 206 219 Freudenheim, S., 109, 203, 208 Evans, S., 29, 211 Everds, R., 119, 206 Everitt, E., 116, 197 Evers, A., 200 Eversz, E., 143, 212 Eversz, T., 54, 137, 154, 206 Ewald, N., 78, 142, 173 Ewald, P., 142, 206, 208 Ewen, M., 137, 210 Ewing, J., 119, 121,212 Exum, J., 207 F Fager, S., 173 Fahey, K., 203 Fair, H., 135, 214 Fair, P., 206 Fairbairn, G., 173 214 Fairfield, M.. 200 Fairman, D., 140, 197 Fajerstein, Rebecca, 212, 216 Fajerstein, Ronald, 200 Fallon, J., 204 Farley, C., 119, 121, 204. 208 Farley, C., 204 Farley, S., 120, 212 Farnsworth, E., 206 Farr, F., 196 Farrar, B., 211, 216 Farrar, K., 203, 208 Farris, B., 132, 173 Farris, F., 212 Fausch, J., 202, 208 Fausel, M., 135, 213 Fausel, R., 154, 173 Fauvet, F., 212 Fawley, J., 133 214 Feagans, P., 209 Federico, R., 133, 137, 148, Feeley, P., 173 Fefer, M., 195 Feigenheimer, L., 200 Feiger, S., 132, 140, 173 Fell, A. 119, 173, 193 Felton, L., 211 Feng, A., 123, 126, 173 Fenton, J., 205 Ferguson, K., 199 Fergusson, L., 116, 173 Ferretti, M., 205 Ferretti, J., 196 Ferris, C., 195 Ferry, J., 143, 144, 173 Fester, M., 209, 215, 216 Fields, S., 144, 173, 193 Fiffer, J., 122, 124, 206 Figgis, R., 173 Fikso, T., 209 Filkins, C., 127, 173, 193 Fine, L., 117, 200, 201 Finney, C., 109, 120, 173 Finney, E., 214, 216 Fischer, H., 117, 205 Fish, B., 206 Fishbein, E., 202, 208 Fishbein, S., 173 Fisher, A., 210, 216 Fisher, Mary June, 195 Fisher, Mary M., 213 Fisner, M., 195 Fitch, J., 117, 129,207 Fitzgerald, M., 119, 196 Flannery, B., 213 Flanzer, J., 173 Flatley, M., 209 Fleer, J., 203 Fletcher, J., 211 Fletcher, R., 122, 154, 207, 208 Fohrman, S., 207 Foley, E., 116, 200, 201 Folk, A., 123, 173 Foster, Pelle, T., 211 Follin, s., 152,212 Foltz, P., 112, 173,193 Foltz, T., 211 Ford, Mark, 173 Ford, Michael, 206 Ford, R., 107, 173 Ford, s., 139, 213 Fosse, J., 211 E., 210 Foster, M., 199 Foster, S., 203 Fotopoulos, K., 114, 116, 173, 192, 193, 194 Fotopoulos, P., 133, 144, 210 Foulke, C., 199 Foulks, D., 152, 173, 193 Fox, ., 213 Fox, ., 117, 146, 205 Fox, Fox, icaela, 197 Fox, ike, 173 Fox ., 207 Fox , 116. 200 Fox ., 211 Franco, J., 116, 173 Franco, P., 135, 212 Frank, C., 78, 142, 200, 201 Frank, Darryl, 203 Frank, Denise, 212 Frank, P., 207, 208 Frankel, S., 211 Franz, C., 204 Franz, J., 173 Frazer, P., 173 Frazer, S., 200, 201 Frazier, T., 207 Freeark, Kim, 106. 211, 216 leiffwggoon E 220 Freeark, Kristine, 207, 208 Freed, B., 144, 199 Freehling, P., 196 Freeman, A., 150, 214 Freeman, E., 173, 193 Freeman, J., 127, 207 Freegian, Mark, 142, 143, 214, Freeman, Mary, 116, 149, 195, 201 Fremont, H., 211 Fresen, G., 106, 119, 135, 207. 208 Fresen, R., 153, 173 Freud, B., 212 Freud, S., 123, 196 Frgg-denheim, J., 52, 122, 195, Frick, E., 203 Fridstein, K., 214 Fridgtein, T., 124, 143, 174, Friedberg, F., 120, 197 Friedberg, J., , 203, 208 Friedman, D., 36, 122, 124, 198, 201 Friedman, L., 207 Friedman, M., 106, 213, 216 Friedman, S., 196 Friefield, B., 129, 214, 216 Friefield, S., 196, 201 Friend, J., 200 Frissell, D., 117, 199, 201 Fritz, J., 209 Fritz, S., 123, 196 Froelich, J., 174 Frohman, D., 135,214 Fuhrman, P., 199 Fulk, K., 133, 140, 141, 204 Fulk, R., 174, 208, 214 Fuller, C., 139, 148, 214 Fuller, L., 211 Fullerton, P., 211 Fulton, J., 105, 139, 174, 193 Fulton, P., 202 Funari, R., 212 Furo, M., 152, 214 Fyfe,J.,25, 106,112, 115, 138, 174 G Gaber, D., 117, 205, 208 Gadient, J., 212 Gallagher, D., 212 Galloway, D., 132, 199, 201 Galloway, K., 197, 201 Garcia, J., 197 Gardner, L., 126, 174 Gardner, M., 126, 197 Gareis, J., 140, 198 Garnett, A., 109, 112, 128, 139, 174 Garrett, G., 133, 204 Garrett, M., 132, 144, 174 Garrett, R., 119,210 Garroch, A., 214 Garst, C., 174, 193 Gastler, L., 119, 154, 206 Gately, J., 199 Gautier, V. 198 Gecht, R., 96, 174, 192, 193 Gefvert, Heidi, 219 Gefvert, Herbert, 196 Gehr, A., 174 Gehr, S., 202 Geier, M., 207 Geist, J., 120, 121, 207 Geittmann, B., 20, 199 Gellar, J., 140, 174 Gellar, M., 213 Gent, N., 174 Geocaris, C., 150, 152, 213 Geocaris, J., 68, 136, 174 Gerden, P., 27, 38,115. 116, 200, 207 Gerrie, A., 116, 196 Gerrie, N., 210. 216 Ghastler, P., 174 Gibbons, D., 198 Gibert, Sally, 130, 198 Gibert, Susan, 130, 210 Gibson, K., 117, 203 Gibson, Thomas B., 105, 120, 132, 144, 174 Gibson, Thomas J., 213 Gielow, M., 151,210 Gielow. S., 115, 174 Giesen, C., 203 Gignilliat, L., 134, 143, 197 Gilbert, D., 28, 174 Gilbert, E., 174, 193 Gilbert, K., 213 Gill, T., 210 Gilmore, C., 117, 207 Gilmore, E., 119, 214 Gion, G., 204 Gion, R., 117, 198 Giordano, P., 71, 106, 136, 195, 201 Glassberg, N., 174. 193 Gleason, M., 198 Gleiss, S., 28, 106, lll, 114, 116, 121, 144, 174, 193 Glender, C., 139, 154, 210 Glenn, G., 213 Gless, L., 210, 216 Gobble, D.. 43.47, 109. 115. 174, 193 Gober. J., 117, 145. 205 Goddard, D., 138, 143. 197 Goddard, J., 174 Goettler, C., 199 Goettler, L., 174 Gold, E., 174 Goldberg, Barry, 134, 147, 199, 201 Goldberg, Bruce, 142, 153. 196 Goldblatt, G., 133, 214 Golden, G., 135, 147, 210,216 Goldman, J., 119, 132, 174 Goldman, S., 209 Goldsmith, P., 106, 148, 195. '201 Goldstein, F., 202 Goldstein, J., 119, 121, 200 Goldstein, W., 197 Goodfriend, S., 174 Goodman Gutnayer, G., 106, 137. 147. 209 Gutnayer, S., 117, 142. 207 Gutstadt, J., 112, 175 Guyot, J., 115, 116, 121. 132. 193, 195 Guyton, J., 212,215 Gwinn, J., 142, 143, 206 H Haas, B., 211, 215 Haas, F., 119, 120, 175, 193 Haas, Jody, 119, 151, 195 H3212 Jonathan, 119, 143. 214. Haas, M., 112, 139, 195.201 Haas, T., 143, 213 Hacket, J., 137, 214 , H., 203 Goodman, I., 174, 193 Goodman, L., 121, 203 Goodman, R., 116, 174 Goodman, S., 119,211 Goodpasture, J., 116, 199, 201 Goodpasture, S., 145, 210 Goodsmith, D., 211, 215 Goodwi Goose, Goose, Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordo-n Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon Gordon n, M., 202 J., 206 S., 141, 210 , A., 211 , C., 197 , E., 126, 213, 216 , Jane, 202 , Jonathan, 119, 195 , M., 126. 202, 208 , Richard, 196 , Robert, 209 , S.. 144, '206 Gore, R., 106, 195,201 Gorin, B., 174 Hackett, R., '207 Hager, R., 207 Hahn, D., '210 Haigh, K., 199 Hale, A., 200 Haley, R., 105 Hall, Andrew, 105,106. 115, 134, 145, 197 Hall, Ann, 205 Hall, Charles, 133, 205 Hall, Christopher, 112. 116. 138, 144, 195, 201 Hall, D., 132, 144, 175 Hzil1SJoanna, 114, 116. 123. Hall, Jonathan, 117, 133. 140, 141, 145, 206, 208 Hall, M., 119, 198 Hall, Stephen, 115, 132, 140. Goss, K., 112,139,151,174 Goss, W., 135, 209 Gott, D. 199 Gotta, M., 174 Gottlieb, J., 199 Gould, K., 119, 201, 209, 216 Grable, N., 174 Grace, H., 146, 200 Grad, G., 209 Graffis, W., 133, 209 Graham, H., 174, 193 Granat, C., 174 Granstrom, G., 214 Grant, S., 209,216 Granum, A., 214 Granum, L., 110, 116, 175. 192 Gr.au, S., 117 Graves, J., 117, 204 Gray, M., 140, 141, 204 Gray, J., '210 Gray, R., 143, 199 Green, C., 197 Green, D., 204 Green, Sara, 119, 211 Gregn, Stephen, 22, 106, 148, 1 6 Greenberg, N., 105, 132, 146, 199, 201 Greene, B., 175 Greene, James, 144, 205 Greene, Jeffery, 205 Greene, K., 151, 175 Greer, W., 146, 202, 208 Gregory, A., 216, 210 Gressens, S., 197, 201 Grieshaber, Gary, 132, 140, 175, 193 Grieshaber, Glenn, 129, 135. 144, 210 Grieshaber, F., 132, 143, 195 Griffin, James, 206 Griffin, Joseph, 210 Griiflth, J., 144, 205. 208 Griffith, S.. 138, 202 Grilliths, G., 205 Grigg, J., 119, 198, 201 Grigg, S., 207 ' Grinnell, D., 116, 134, 196 Grisamore, J., 121, 206 Gritton, P., 117, 203 Grohsgal, B., 140, 200 Grohsgal, E., 135, 214 Gronley, P., 138, 206 Gross, Barry, 206 Gross, Brent, 197 Gross, D., 144, 207 Gross, Pamela L., 209 Gross, Pamela M.. 117, 206 Gross. Penny, 207 Grossberg, J., 204 Grossman, C.. 198 Grossman, N., 175 Grossman, R., 195 Grossweiner, K., 214 Grulee, S., 210 Gruenwald, H., 116, 175. 193. 194 Gruenwald, P., 147, 209 Guelich, J., 210 Guidarelli, L., 175 Guidarelli, T., 199 Guidarelli, W., 133.214, 216 Gulbrandsen, R., 206 Gummersall, J., 138, 205 Gundlacll, M., 204. 208 Gurgglach, P.. 116, 132. 144. 1 Gustafson, B., 210 Gutekanst, C., 203 Gutekanst, M., 200 Guthrie. G., 111. 207 145, 175, 193 Hall, Susan, 106, 109, 115. 175, 193 Hall, T., 110, 115, 116,199 Halloran, M., 202 H.allsteen, K., 149, 202, 208 Hamilton, C., 115, 116. 195 Hamilton, W., 214 Hamity, G., 147, 196 Hammond, E., 212 Hammond, K., 106, 210 Hammond, M., 200 Hammond, W., 175, 193 Hampton, D., 203 Handler, D., 175 Handlon, M., 197 Handtmann, G., 148, 197 Handtmann, K., 32, 1211 175 Hanna, Jamie, 109, 175 Hanna, John, 148. 210 Hannon, A., 196 Hannon, P., '203 Hansen, E., 202 Hansen, H., 211 Hansen, P., 133, 204 Hansen, R., 175 Hanson, G., 175 Hanson, J., 116, 175 Hanson, T., 211 Hanssen, J., 204, 208 Hanssen, M., 151, 153. 175. Hawes, J., 119,131, 175 Haydock, L., 206 Hayes, D., 175 Hayward, H., 117, 203, 208 Heagstedt, N., 211, 216 Healy, E., 199 Healy, N., 214, 215, 216 Healy, T., 143, 153, 197 Heath, J., 198 Heath, S., 212 Heaton, C., 200 Hebberger, W., 135, 206. 208 Hebson, G., 199 Hebson, P., 176 Hedges, J., 198 Hedges, M., 200 Hediger, L., 207 Hedstrom, M., 145, 207 Heidbrink, K., 176 Heidrich, C., 206, 208 Heimer, J., 210 Heinen, J., 106, 127, 149. 207 Heinzen, M., 207 Heinzen, S., 176 Helmer, C., 196 Helmer, J. 210 Hemphill, lf., 176 Hendricks, C., 207 Hendricks, G., 176 Hendrixson, G., 135, 213 Henkel, C., 176 Henn, A., 144 Henn, R., 119, 131, 139, 214 Henrickson, P., 206 Henriksen, S., 198, 201 Henschel, T., 44, 115, 116. 121, 176 Hensel, L., 121 Herbert, B., 144, 200 Herbert, J., 196 Herlocker, J., 138, 206 Herman, M., 212 Herman, P., 132, 153, 196 Hernandez, M., 198, 201 Hernandez, F., 176 Herold, D., 198, 201 Herold, K.. 210 Heroux, J., 214 Heroux, T., 198 Herrmann, D., 143, 213 Herrmann, J., 146, 153, 195. 196. 201 Hierzberg, N., 124, 176, 193 Herzel, D., 204, 206 Heuer, C., 129, 198 Heyman, D.. 176 Heyman, M., 205 Heyn, C., 116, 196 Hibbard, S., 176 Hickman, P., 205 Hicks, D., 176 Hicks, M.. 117, 207 Higgins, S., 200 Hilarides, J., 131, 141, 209 Hilarides, S., 111, 152, 176 Hilarides, K., 117, 131, 134, 141, 145, 154, 202. 205. 208 Hilden, M., 213 1-lill, M., 117. 137, 146. 204 1-lillebrand, J., 139, 214 193 Hantman, C., 115, 116. 175 Hardee, R., 212 Harms, J., 115, 134, 199 Harms, S., 128, 195 Harned, B., 200 Harned, D., 214 Harness, B., 175 Hillner, D., 207, 208 Hines, C., 176, 193 Hines, D., 210 Hines, Jeffrey, 139, 214 Hines, Jerome, 24, 60, 107. 131, 145, 199 Hines M. 203 Harney, J., 210 Harper, D., 143, 175 Harper, J., 175, 193 Harriman, R., 205 Harris, C., 152, 213, 216 Harris, James M., 107. 147. 175 Harris, James N., 175 Harris, L., 200 Harris, M., 140, 147, 175 Harris, N., 211 Harris, S., 69, 136, 175 Harris, T., 206 Harris, W., 197 Harrison, B., 116, 153. 195 Harris 192 en, T.. 113. 167. 175. Harrold, B., 209 Harsha, E., 175 Harston, W.. 210 Hart, J., 204 Hart, Hart, K.. 209 M.. 196 Hart, W.,112,1l5.138. 197. 201 Hartman, K., 116, 198 Hartz, T., 207 Harvey, P., 207 Harvey, S., 196 Harvey, T., 133, 137, 212 Hassenauer, J., 213 Hassenauer, Sandra, 116 Hassenauer. Steven. 135. 212 Haszlakiewicz. B.. 150. 204 Hathaway, C.. 106, 115, 139. 166, 167,175,19l,193 Hattis. P.. 120. 131, 145. 199. 201 Hattis, W., 137, 146. 204 Hauenstein, B.. 119. 144. 197. 201 Hausheer. J.. 175 Hawes, C., 88.116,149.152, 196 l-lirseli, Bf, 176, 197 Hirsch, J., 91, 105, 106. 148. 195 Hirsch, M., 122, 177 Hirsh, H., 176 Hirsh, J., 209 Hobbs, T., 203 Hoherg, K.. 176 Hoberg, R.. 213 Hoberg, S.. 198 Hoch, D.. 176 Hoeger, B.. 213 Hoell, R., 134. 154, 2011 Hoell, S.. 209 Hoellerich, James, 206 Hoellerich, Jeffrey, 133. 137. 144, 209. 216 Hoffberg. B.. 123, 176 Holiman, B.. 202 Hoffman Hoffman. .. .. Hoflmall. S.. 176, 193 Hofstletter. C., 206 Hogan. C.. 199 Hogan. M.. 153. 176 Hogan, S.. 207 Hohf, J.. 69. 136, 176 Holland, J.. 211 Holland. M., 202 Holleb. D.. 135, 214 Holton. A.. 116. 195 Holtsberg, A.. 203 Holzenkamp, P.. 202 Homer. D.. 114. 153. 198. 201 Hood, J.. 202 Hooker. C.. 207 Hooker. E., 196 Hopkins. E.. 207 Hopkins. A., 214 Horky. M.. 116. 199. 201 Horn, C.. 119, 133, 214 Horn, L.. 212. 216 Horn. M.. 119. 198 Horstman. C.. 196 . C.. 176 M 709 Loewenh-erz, B., 209, 216 Horstman, L., 150, 204 Horstmann, U.. 138, 196 Horvath, Richard, 196 Horvath, Robert, 199 Horwitz, K., 119. 211, 215 Horwitz, M., 135, 143, 212 Hoshein, P., 210 Hoskins, C., 96, 114, 122, 176, 193, 194 Hoskins, S., 117, 203 Houfek, N., 106, 110, 116, 176, 193, 194 Houpt, J., 106, 117, 203 Houser, R., 176 Houser, W., 135, 140, 147, 207 Howard, D., 196 Howard, J., 142, 200 Howell, J.. 54,115,116,176 Howland, Deborah, 209 Howland, Diane, 203 Howland, M., 152, 145, 195 Howlett, D., 80, 145, 176 Howlett, E., 203 Hoyt, C., 216, 210 1-1eyn,L., 119, 120, 131, 145. 176, 193 Hoyt, W., 134, 196. 201 Hubachek, D., 176 Hubachek, S., 196, 201 Hubbell, L.. 210 Hudson, S., 214 1-11111. C., 211 Huff, J., 133,205 Huff, T., 195 Hu1Ier, J., 207 Huge, C., 176, 193 Huge, S., 206 Huggins, C., 205, 208 Hughes ., 139, 210 Hughes, 57, 124, 126 197 Hughes Hu hes pn I 'nine 0 rr Arn 141 ...N- 385 ... ..- O v- F7' 9' 3 E 9' 00. "' I.: 3 E Fm? Hulburt, M., 209, 216 Humphrey, J., 140, 199 Humphrey, R., 121, 197 Hunstiger, A., 206 Hunt, K., 211 Huntington, P., 176 Huntley, P., 207 HUPP. V., 119, 121, 212 Hurlbutt, W., 131, 145, 176 Hurley, K., 135, 214 Hurley, M., 117, 196 Hurley, P., 176 Hurley, T., 209 Hurley, W., 204 Hurowitz, M., 117, 206 Hurwith, J., 177 Hussey, W., 133, 204 Husum, B., 213 Hutchings, R., 177 Hymen, A., 211,216 Hymen, F., 122, 124, 177, 193 I lckes, A., 119, 151, 195 Javore, G., 146, 177 Jean. P., 204 Jenkins, D., 205, 208 Jenkins, E., 106, 211 Jennings, C., 202 Jennings, W., 131, 145, 214 Jennrich, B., 117, 202, 208 Jensen. C., 142, 204 Jensen, E., 117, 205 Jeracki, P., 115, 116, 196 Jester, R., 211 Jetter, R., 177 Johnsen, C., 115, 116, 200 Johnson, A., 146, 154, 195 Johnson. Barbara J., 106, 198 Johnson, Barbara L., 116, 198 Johggon, Bruce A., 141, 205, Johnson Bruce Alan, 33, 139, Johnson, Candace, 211 Johnson, Craig, 113, 123, 166. 177, 193, 194 Johnson, 'David B., 177 Johnson, David G., 134, 197 Johnson, E., 117, 199 Johnson, R., 112, 138, 177, 193 Johnson, Janeen, 213 Johnson, Janice, 27, 177, 193 Johnson, Jeffery S., 141, 205, 208 Johnson, Jeffrey P., 177 Johnson, Judith. 212 Johnson, K., 177 Johnson. L., 119, 209 Johnson Marilyn, 115, 116, 177, 193 Johnson, Martha, 106, 210 Johnson, Mary, 196 Johnson, N., 195 Johnson, Patricia, 111, 195 Johnson, Philip, 197 Johfnson, Richard, 119, 198, Johnson, Rita, 109, 117, 202 Johnson, Scott, 143, 177 Johnson, Spencer, 200 Johnson, T., 206 Johnson W., 133, 137, 212 Johnston, E., 214 Johggton, M., 115, 116, 177, Jonas, P., 130, 196, 201 Jones, E., 117, 202, 208 Jones, L., 204 Jones, Mary, 199 Jones, Michael, 214 Jones, Nancy A., 112. 139, 203 Jones, Nancy L., 117, 203 Jones, R., 112, 151, 177 Jones Stephen, 139, 214, 216 Jones, Steven, 139, 197 Jordan Jordan , Celeste, 203 , Constance, 119, 210 Jordan, G., 135, 146, 206 Jordan , R., 199 Jorgensen, J., 197 Jorgensen, B., 214 Jor ensen W., 196 Kauss, K., 204 Kavina, S., 178 Kearney, R., 178, 193 Keefe, J., 206 Kees, J., 209 Kees, P., 212 Kecver, C., 199 Kehoe, J., 119, 120, 178 Kehoe, R., 132, 145, 197 Keliglg, J., 67, 134, 136, 178, Kelleher, K., 106, 115, 116, 200, 201 Keller, G., 203 Keller, H., 178 Keller, J., 119, 135,209 FWFWW 75 Yiflflf-'l--'i 5FrTfTEf5 FFFF3' ."' FROG-1650 ' : : - 1 90' N .. E::oQe5 "3oy1b5Z-'- N: E .isps .A e S 'E' r' H ..- ,C a :N .35 FW 22 5?-Z 'cn :EEZ mp.: F,-H 1-,x'ln- 32.5 . :rv N-S ,, , N .GG NF' rs.: me U3 Kelley, Kelly, Bruce, 146, 199 Kelly, K., 139, 176, 196 Kelly, M., 178 Kelly, R., 136, 195, 198,201 Kelly, Sean, 207 Kelly, Stephen, 199 Kemmerer, C., 150, 211 Kempnier, Jamie, 178 Kempner, Jean, 147,206 Kendziora, J., 199 Kenn edy, J., 205 Kennedy, W., 214 Kennicott, B., 178 178 Kent, S., Kenyon, G., 117, 198, 201 Kerr, L., 116, 196 Kerr, T., 212 Keyes, R., 148, 178 Keys, K., 214 Kilimnik, R., 200, 201 Kilner, J., 115, 122, 195, 201 55 '56 wa: H.-v 3.2. no gvvr in --E cf' N ... LJ! E 3 E ?' IQ o. A Igleh-eart, H., 117, 205 Iglitzen, T., 204 Ilker, G., 148, 207 Imhof, Imhof, Immen Karl, 205 Katherine, 211 hausen, K., 204 Indeek, K., 177 Indeck, R., 133, 207 Ingersoll, E., 106, 111, 199, '201 Inman, Steven, 139, 210 Inman, Suzanne, 177 Ipavic, L., 204 Irwin. 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Joseph, D., 211, 216 Joseph, Theodore, 204 Joseph, Thomas, 123, 166, 177 Jove, T., 197 Judge, J.. 105, 134, 157, 177 Judge, M., 106, 213 Judge, T., 81, 105, 106, 131 145, 166, 200 Juliusburg, M., 139, 177 K Kaden, K.,135, 209,216 Kaehler, W., 197, 201 Kahn, E., 203 Kahn, L., 210 Kahn, W., 140, 206 Kaiser, A., 119, 150, 152, 207 Kanaley, K., 210 Kangles, N., 199 E555 9, a 51 3 w F1 E1 -'T , ,assi S!'F'1?'j' ' Bess Jhwooovl Kincaid 132, 178, 193 King, C., 209 King, K., 197 King, M., 198 King, W., 134, 144, 197 Kingery, B., 132, 145, 199 Kinney, C., 116, 178, 193 Kinney, E., 117, 203 Kinsella, D., 123, 178 Kinzer, C., 206 Kirby, K., 111, 178 Kirby, R., 135. 141, 147,210 Kirchheimer, J., 199 Kirk, D., 205 Kirkland, C., 117, 131, 145, 206 Kishner, K., 200, 201 Kiglaaddon, C., 119, 131, 145, Kissane, J., 195 Klaiber, N., 213 Klee, A., 106, 113, 178, 193 Klee, L., 199 Klein, N. K., 116, 178 Klinge, J., 178 Knight, E., 20, 211 Knight, P., 115, 116, 152, 178 Knoop, L., 198 Knott, R., 195 Kao. 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