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

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There is even more to it than PSAT's, SAT's, achievement tests, May exams, college board exams. ACT's, NMSQT's, and NROTC's. Swamped by these, as well as by other pressures like grades, it is easy to see why students sometimes forget that school is for learning. The New Trier student's day begins with adviser period. The blurry-eyed and wide-awake listen to the daily bulle- tin. deny ditching, and watch with apprehension as the number of tardy slips mounts. An adviser consoles and encourages his advisees as they struggle to survive four years of high school. Adviser period can be an important and necessary part of the day, though more often it serves as a good place to sleep. finish homework, or exchange gossip. New Trier students either live for or drag through 40 minutes of English, math. science, foreign languages. history, and so on. Occasionally, a student discovers a release from the daily routine by molding clay, designing houses, putting engines together, or painting a scene. New Trier students are offered such a variety of interesting courses that some even sacrifice lunch to further their educational backgrounds. For freshmen and sophomores, study halls fill in the spaces where there are no classes. The year 1969-70 saw great changes in the way free time was used. Juniors. liberated from study halls. were granted the same freedom as seniors. The juniors were allowed to study individually or in groups, talk among themselves, or use the junior lounge. As another day. another week, and finally, another year passes, each student finds himself wondering where the time has gone. With the many opportunities offered to him, the year could and should have been a meaningful and productive one. Dr. Johnstons probing questions encourage thought in his U. S. History class. tCorrmgp -.,-Q CQOIHDLIICI' nmth xtudent proves that man really docs control the machine. tRull1l At right, the waning light of a fall day fails to distract a student immersed in study in the language lab. Below, the library offers students a quiet place to unravel academic mysteries. fSchulman, Webbj Mr. Cajet confronts a freshman advisee with a subpoena to the adviser chairrnan's oliice. tComogJ Bill Hart and Pete Mast explore the mysteries of chemistry. fMeierl Mr. Applebaum, seasoned chemistry teacher, shares his years of teaching experience with a new student teacher. CR0thJ SMH if Q Study halls provide an environment where students can work. sleep converse or ponder the depths of human nature. fK!1lII1l fsfllllfllltlll, Meier? Mr. Morey explains the fine points of the subjunctive lense. fMil,s'r1rr1j :CT--v I Eating is not the only thing teachers do-it is just the most enjoy- able. lllnwivlsl 'T F118 G ' ' r1t New Trier held two referendums this year. The lirst. on December 6. I969. requested approval to increase the Education Fund tax rate from Sl.47 to 51.86 fpassedl and the Building Rate from 25 to 38 cents ldefeatedl. Believing that the defeat may have come from a misunder- standing about the purpose of the Building Fund C80 per cent for maintenance wages. 20 per cent for repair and renovationl. a second election was held on April ll that proposed a rate raise to 35 cents fdefeatedj. Following the second defeat. the Board announced that necessary maintenance money would have to be drawn from the Ed- ucation Fund. At the request of the administration. the Board re- tained Arthur Young Sa Company. management consult- ants. to study elliciency and effectiveness of administra- tion. faculty. and stafl. Such assistance was required. Dr. Cornog said. to supplement the staff in implementing recommendations for administrative reorganization. These recommendations were made by the visiting North Cen- tral Association evaluation committee. New Trier regretted the retirements of faculty members Miss Louise Hamilton. Mr. .lohn W. Rau. and Mr. Bailey W. Shearer. all after 40 yearsg Mrs. Henriette tRobert .l.l Bishop. after 36 years: Mr. Charles F. Lauer. 30 years: Mr. Loris A. Hoyt. 27 years: Mr. Allen A. Hurley. 22 years: and Mr. Robert E. Wilson. 20 yearsg and of Mrs. Kathryn tCharlesl Carroll after I8 years as secretary to the assistant superintendent and as student activities bookkeeper. The school was saddened at the death in October of Mr. Burnell H. "Burr" Landwer. head of vocational guid- ance. who had come to New Trier in 1939 as a teacher. tDirec'I0ry.' page l4A'j Men's C'lubroom at high noon: card sharls l.oris tCincinnati Kidl Hoyt and his gang calculate before they commit themselves in spades. lWvlilvl f i ,ws First class A decade came to an end, and with it the class of 1970 completed its history at New Trier. Seniors dominated all aspects of school life-authorized and unauthorized. They led all major organizations supposed to be run by seniors. By the end of four years they had discovered which washrooms were safe for smoking and which alibis advisers would accept for ditch slips. In addition to their school interests and actions, their thoughts centered on the omnipresent questions, aspira- tions, and anxieties concerning colleges. Trafhc jams developed in the middle of April as seniors mshed home to see if their test scores, grades, and activities resulted in a thick or thin envelope. Beyond the thoughts about colleges and school they became involved in national problems. One could see seniors on television attending the Conspiracy Trial or read about their participation in the Moratorium. Despite these singular accomplishments, the class of 1970 was similar to its predecessors by having an unsuc- cessful canteen and receiving their draft cards on their 18th birthday. The seniors never could have made it to the decade of the ,70's without the unrelenting leadership of President Dave Weinberg and his loyal officers. fDirect0ry: page 1133 A mature and responsible senior is left with the choice of what to do in his free time. tHowickJ The relaxed and informal atmosphere of the library offers senior Bob Elisberg a comfortable corner to study. tWebbJ hy toward the poor by working on a paper drive to uid a ghetto industry. lMeier,l sn. get w f- ,. 1-- K nw :ei H ' . . i N Kflifflf 1- A1 lofi, senior Skip Weiss learns the joys of turning I8 as he registers for the draft with Dean Weingartner. Almrc, Sounds of Silence: Amid the chaos of New Trier. seniors at their canteen are able to lind za moment of tranquility. lWvlvlr, Afztlrlzml ,X an l 25 Junior achievement Almve right, the result of hard work-juniors tie for first place with their Hoat 'glvlorton Reigns No Longer." Di:-ecfly above, juniors rock out at the class pany. tWebb, Rorhj 5. Consider thc junior's position. As a sophomore, he was interested mainly in New Trier activities. As a senior, most of his energies will be devoted to getting into college. But it is junior year when he is caught between the two worlds, and must try to do his best in both of them. Somehow, he must rise above his first long research papers to make adequate grades. He must find time from taking the battery of college entrance tests to participate in all the new activities available to him at New Trier. It was a difficult task, but juniors handled their in- creased responsibilities with maturity and insight. The first year of Junior Freedom allowed them to devote more time to their broadened interests, and successfully demon- strated that juniors were capable of handling such in- creased self-regulation. They found that areas from which they had previously been barred were now open to them. They took over the management of Student Council, had leading roles in dramatic productions, and discovered that having a coke and candy bar lOth period can be a glorious thing. Junior year was a time of adjustment to a faster pace, a pace which the juniors will tind themselves continuing from now on. fDireCt0ry.' page 1601 Juniors End femme . . . and freedom! lMil.mn1, llmvif-In Finding their Way Fresh from the innocence and security of freshman year the sophomore enters his second year at New Trier with the conlidence of an upperclassman. He soon discovers. however, that the process of learning about his school has just begun. The members of the class of 1972 were no exception. Still freshmen by nature on the lirst day this year. they departed as tull-hedged upperclassmen. What happened between the first and last days of school? Sophomores learned all of the subtle aspects of New Trier life. They found their way through the maze of pink-green-blue-white slips, learned to conduct a four- and-a-half minute conversation between periods. encount- ered and avoided the hazards of llth period study hall. and discovered the fine art of cramming for exams. Sophomores also found time to contribute to school activities with unmatched enthusiasm. They cheered on their sports teams as vigorously as varsity teams were cheered. and they assumed the roles of study hall super- visors when junior and senior responsibility went into effect. Indeed. by the end of the year. the once immature frosh had become mature upperclassmen. Cllireworyx page 1683 Sophomore Sue Goldman contemplates u new angle to an old geometry problem. tH0wiCk'l SVT" - 5 M.......,..,......,,...- ,pf .S ft ' K K SWR, .1 .flIfl'f1.21lOI1g with acquiring the stzttus ot' upperclussnmn. the sopho more finds that she hus un exclusive entrance to the lilwrury. ftlww supervising was turned over to sophomores like Sue Dunnell aint Mal Ewen vt ho learned to command the respect ol' fellow clussmutes t Wvfnh. ,H:'iz'l'l with the enactment of junior and sznior responsibility, study hull New Trier premiere A freshman participates in an exclusive locker course, which in- cludes among other things, opening the locker, organizing books, and inserting coats. fC0l'l7IIgJ . . . 8:15 in the morning . . . the first day. Clialonj The Class of 1973 entered New Trier still clinging to remnants of eighth-grade belligerence, but by the end of the first day they were slinking along the halls, cringing at derisive upperclass snorts of f'Dumb Froshf' From then on, they set out to disown the undeserved nickname. Freshmen quickly realized that participation was the key to acceptance, and became involved in varied areas of school life. In dramatics, they displayed singing and acting talents by participating in Lagniappe and in the underclass play "Mrs McThingf' By running for class office and attending Student Council meetings, freshmen showed an interest in student government. On Saturday afternoons, the iirst-year students could be seen raking leaves for the Charity Drive, screaming themselves hoarse at football games, and tutoring underprivileged children in Chicago. Each freshman was busy discovering that New Trier offered something for everyone. Freshmen pervaded all spheres of school life and showed their potential for the years to come by proving in the very beginning that they were not "Dumb Froshf, fDirecZ0ry.' page 176D Freshmen discover that drawing straight lines is harder than they ever suspected. fkilllllli ,4lwt'v, "Mrs, Me'l'hing." the underclttss musical. provided fresh men with an opportunity to exhibit their lztlents. At left, tt Next Trier freshman ttnxiottsly ztwuits his first etintronttttitin vtith the :td viser chairman. KCVUVIIUAQ, Weimt Setting the pace Responding to increased interest and concern by the student body, Student Council made significant changes in many areas of student policy. These changes combined to enable more students to become directly involved in the workings of Council. The extension of the Senior Responsibility program allowed juniors to use study periods to their own ad- vantage. The rigid study hall restrictions were eliminated, and juniors found themselves with the self-responsibility they had long envisioned. The new representative system provided a more direct and efficient way for students to express their views to Council. Communication between Student Council and the student body was improved by having representatives chosen from the specific adviser rooms they served. The Honor Code also was changed to allow for individuality by letting each class decide for itself what type of honor system to use. Finally, in an attempt to expand the studentis experience, Council set up the Educational Opportunities Committee, which brought speakers to New Trier who discussed topics relevant to student interests. fDireCf0ry.' page 1845 l Above riglzl, Steve Crown reflects on the meaning of B-10 at the Student Council bingo booth at the Hallowe'en party. Above, Chris Cramer answers questions posed by Student Council members about the study hall system. tMvi:'r, Kalmj LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE A1 lcfl. conscientious voters proved that studenlx really do care about their Student Council. I1'vluw, tedious thought. confusion. and self-expression are all basic elements of a Council meeting. tMil.mn1, Sidrafil , ,Fi '51 gurl .Wai i 1 Surrounded by Student Council election propaganda. potential voterx continue the everyday routine common to fifth period philosophers. t A lIl1f'll.S'S l Tri-Ship: n the right tack Tri-Ship is not just an organization of boys who give dances. .lt is also an organization of salesmen, gardeners, waiters, and ushers. Tri-Ship's involvement extended throughout the community as well as the school. As a financial organization it raised money for scholarships and worthy projectsg as a service organization, it provided boys with an opportunity to participate while performing indispensable jobs around school. This year Tri-Ship aimed at improving both of these functions. Under the capable leadership of President Jere Hines, Tri-Ship improved upon the financial successes of the previous year. Traditionally successful projects such as Lagniappe, and an expanded and improved Christmas tree sale were able to ensure a significant financial contribution to the scholarship program. A successful Charity drive provided money for a school for dropouts in Uptown. ln an attempt to increase participation by the individu- al, Tri-Ship increased the size and scope of its activities and opened membership to all freshmen. Tri-Ship thus gave more students an opportunity to serve New Trier. fDirec't0ry.' page 1863 A1 riglil, even the serious and demanding business of Tri-Ship al- lows board members Bob Dix and Alan Blake a moment to relax. Below, a Tri-Ship salesman goes out on a limb to please indecisive customers. iK!Il1I1.Dl1llZig6l'J Chuck Frank uses his gardening talents to help earn money for the Charity Drive. tMiIs0ml A Tri-Ship door guard combines 40 minutes of solitude with an opportunity for concentrated study. tMviw-J Bob Krimmer and Chuck McBride prove to Girls' Club members that Tri- Ship is an organization that serves. tAmlrussj Just for Kix Individuality among New Trier students tends to create diversity throughout the student body, but for the girls. one organization remains a common bond-Girls' Club. This year new programs such as Romeo-Romeo Day, the Mr. America contest, and Valentinels Day projects provided a means for school-wide involvement. Selling cookies at the Tri-Ship Christmas tree sale as well as con- tinuing the tradition of the magazine drive provided GC. with the funds necessary to provide senior girls with scholarships. Concerned Girls' Clubbers aided the community by working on the nursery staff, and contributed their time and services at an old people's home. Even further reach- ing was the Charity Drive, which raised funds for educa- tional facilities and equipment at The Peoplels School in Chicago. Innovation, involvement in outside activities, and an understanding that individuality is important made Girls' Club an organization for every girl at New Trier. CDi- rectory: page 1881 A child's world can be brightened by small The search goes on for the names of sweethearts to receive Valen tinelollipops. CCornogJ things-a kind word, a soft touch, and the understanding of a nursery staff volunteer. fMeierj Al lrfl, Girls' Club delights daddicm and daughlcix with din ner. dancing. and delirium. Iiulmv, Karol l.avin cmiccs stall member Mrs. Christian as she pcddlcs illicil cookies. 4Mil wni, Svlinlnmril H, .. gil Qf? Q Q S359 ummm H 4' i' - rx JT ,Au K Mr. America hopefuls lake advantage of our liberal dresx code. l.4m1'rus.s'l Service to the letter President Bruce Williamson and Faculty Sponsor Rex Lewis had new ideas for N-Club when school started last fall. N-Club, comprised of varsity letter holders, continued to revise its antiquated athletic code. Earlier, the code had been modified from its strict policies concerning sleeping regulations and gambling. During the past year, N-Club brought its code in closer accord with the chang- ing social situation at New Trier. ln addition to innovations in the code, N-Club fulfilled the goals of becoming more active by providing an usher- ing service and helping handicapped students get to their classes and attend sporting events. Through responsibility and loyalty to New Trier, N- Club has been an example of accomplishment and suc- cess. For N-Club this was a year not only of continuing reconstruction, but also, of progress, service, and spirit. 111 N-Club members revise not only their code but also their homework. QCOrn0gJ Defeat cannot overcome the spirit of spirit. tknthj Pep Club declares War Say the word "pep" and an image of screaming girls immediately comes to mind. Thus the name, Pep Club. is inaccurate. The organization goes far beyond pep-to a war against one of the most contagious and common diseases at New Trier-apathy. This year Pep Club fought apathy in many ways. Food seemed one way to reach the students as the year began with an all school breakfast before the first league football game. The idea was so successful that a spirit dinner and spirit snack followed later in the year. For the first time. Pep Club organized a homecoming board to plan the pep rally. the dance. and float building. Other projects for the year included the year's first dance. "The Foot Ball." selling food at the home basketball games. and a pep rally before the state swim meet. A war always leaves its mark on its adversaries. The students left New Trier a little less indifferent because of Pep Club's benevolent battle. fIJirec'1ury: page l90l Fhroats, sore from cheering, were soothed by refreshments sold at basketball games. tMeiz'rl 'To seek a newer World Albert Camus wrote, "Perhaps we cannot prevent this world from being a world in which children are tortured. But we can reduce the number of tortured children. And if you donit help us, who else in the world can?'l Amid the afliuence of the North Shore live a group of tortured children existing in rat-infested homes, receiv- ing inferior educations, and ending up in cycles of poverty and hopelessness. Most New Trier students realize that the phenomenon of poverty exists in the world, but they feel these underprivileged people can solve their own problems. A minority of New Trier students feel differ- ently about the solution of the problems of the poor. They believe that the opulent can share their advantages with the impoverished. These students enter the ghettoes of Evanston and Chicago during the week, armed with books and sports instead of guns and tear gas. The people in Social Service return home after they have been to the ghetto and resound with the words of Alfred Lord Tenny- son, g'Tis not too late to seek a newer world? CDirect- ory: page 1875 The estrangement of a child's relationship with a vast society is temporarily forgotten in the joys of soccer and lingerpainting with a, friend on a Saturday afternoon. fphozos by Meierj f i 5' 'g1S4'f ? Q ' WWQM fr, mipauv m y H, -f 4 A - v . , ,A ., r' 1 -. ,- .5 My Mk ,M . v . . f..,.,,. yu., ' , , A . L Q 4-,li 1 qi 'W 'W ,. .V ww '? . W fe' f ' V wi J? K ff? eww V' :- a '- . NH - ' gf ' "fr - . ,. 4 V , rg f h. : A V in V' g-: Li M 5 -5 " may qw 'Y '- 4 - VL- W ' th W4 v,f..,5+.f:.- Z. K .... - A ff? K 333, A K X. fm, Wimvdemiin A I K M Q ' 1 'A V , Q 'Kam W , ff 'f . ' ' A In Q ww-W.w-'ffikfm -1 A 4 V q- W L H WM 1 , my A , ,,M "H, ,.-', it 5 W if gl' . 4 4 K I ,pw- 4. fn. vw' Q ,, ,. ,--v---' ,,,. I 4- 1 xyraisbfi-iwfwf ..- . i mf:-,, mf- mf V .wwgb ,,.Wmwm,3 4l You can take the tutor out of the class. . i 4. . . with a little help from m friends' For the student whose work has begun to fall below class standards, and for whom visits to his teacher are not enough, an alternative to getting a low grade is Student Tutoring. This is an organization which provides for in- creased communication among teacher, tutor, and his tutee. The two students combine their ideas twice a week on a challenging subject, giving them both a better under- standing of the work they are involved in. While tutoring helps a tutee to gain skill in his weak area, the tutor finds that he has benefited not only from the knowledge gained from books, but also from his experience in helping an- other person, a student in need. CDirect0ry: page l87j . . . but you can't take the class out of the tutor. Cphotoiv by Schulmanj ' ive peace a chance' The AFS program is based on ideals of international harmony and peace. Members of AFS combined these ideals to make this an outstanding year in which both material and personal goals were achieved. Fund raising, always an important goal. was covered both in fall and in spring by the chocolate drive and film festival. Proceeds from these money-making ventures will support next year's foreign students. Discussions with AFS students Milena Barrios-Angulo fColombiaJ, Liliana Brenes lCosta Rical, Leora Kuttner tSouth Africaj, and Urs Kern fSwitzerlandJ increased understanding among American and foreign students. Also contributing to increased harmony was the AFS weekend. which enabled AFSers from all over Illinois to meet New Trier students and visit Chicago. bringing to- gether diversilied people in a common goal. The various facets of the AFS program blended to make this an enlightening year both for New Trier stu- dents and for the exchange students, and perhaps this made us realize that the foreign students weren't so "for- eign" after all. fDirec't0ry: page 1923 The necessary data for forming an opinion is provided at an AFS open meeting as Menachem Sadinski. an Israeli, clarifies his coun- try's stand in reply to a previous speech by an Arab representative. tMil.vom7 Weary but eager. Swedish exchange student Kina Frid prepares to disenibark from the plane which brought her from Sweden to America. tWebb, Rulhingl 'Come together' The changing status of clubs at New Trier this year reflected the continuing fluctuations of the student body. Many clubs continued to thrive, while others, suffering from a loss of student enthusiasm, either were reduced in size and activity or eliminated. Those who did take an active part in clubs found that they benefited from a challenging and enjoyable experi- ence. Clubs served as a change of pace from the strain and tension of a school day by providing an informal and relaxing atmosphere for members to share common interests. They also gave the individual an opportunity to probe further into a subject which had captured his curiosity in one of his classes or to explore an area which he had not had the chance to examine during school time. Students were able to choose from a variety of clubs. Clubs such as Future Teachers of America and Aescul- apians encouraged interest in vital professions. Through discussions in Geography and various language clubs, members learned about the cultures, history, and customs of other lands. Members of the science clubs expanded their interests born in the classrooms by lectures, field trips, and discussions. In addition to these purely academic interests clubs provided a source of individual satisfac- tion and personal pleasure for their participants. Autumn's atmosphere enhances Biology Club's exploration of Starved Rock. tH0wickJ CLUBS With the concentration of a Grand Master, John Sinsheimer attempts to save himself from imminent defeat during a Chess Club confrontation. fEa1onJ ROTARY STUDENTS-FIRST ROW: Frid. Jaske, Pachauri. REAR: Yoshimi. Torres. Kjellberg. lMeierJ Alww. Fruncophiles meet on the 50th anniversary of French Club. New Trier's oldest club. A1 right, temporarily befuddled by the intricacies of the game. 21 Bridge Club member wonders if perhzrpx he should have stuck to gin rummy. lRf1rh, liumni "ev-.., Al lvfl. an amateur radio operzttofs hand is the vital link between his thoughts and the transmitted mes- sage. Iivlnw. Senior Music Club member Joan Todhuntet' concene trzttes on her cello as she strives tu rcuch the perfection desired by ev- ery musician. lCor1mg, Sllllllziflklli At righl, the traditional Roman attire of toga and tennis shoes is carefully checked out by Latin Club member John Kaseberg. Below, Geography Club members examine maps and slides of India as Rotary exchange student Rita Pacha- uri brings realism to a discussion of her native land. QKahn, Milsomj Russian Club members avoid going down the drain as they demonstrate the Soviet version of the Hora. fRorhJ A Spanish Club meeting is enhanced by alides. music. and lilizinu Brenes' and Milena Bzirrim-Angnlok Iirst-hand unswerx tu quextionx about their native Iundx. l!VIt'it'rJ ffiizii Wi. . - , if . l t i Al lwjl, memberx ot the 'lieviztn Numixmutiex exhibit some of then numismatic xpeeimcns. know n to the uninitiattcd :ta xttimpx atnti eoins. Almw, trztnxluting the Spztnixh ztwignmenl on the board ix the objective nt at Ciermztn Cilub meeting led by Ray Wiggeix und Hill Robinson. tliulm. .f4lItII'HUI A1 righz, members of Aesculapians ex- amine one of their former members. Below, from World War I to the age of the greaser, Modern Americans display the range of cultural and social styles of American history. fCornog, Milsoml From one whois been there. to those who are going-Miss Norma Sleight. former Math Department head. discusses her teaching experi- ences with Future Teachers of America members. tKalznl A Not even provocative attire can deter Model Club members from the fascination of their mechani- i cal creations. 1MvierJ Above, preparing for the next Hosteling Club adventure, Elaine Jacobs builds up her energy by drinking the fruit of the earth, A1 riglzr, to a Free Reeder, relaxa- tion is blowing through a jug. whistling through a comb, or tam- ing a wild accordion. CKalm, Mz'1'f'1'D Zumbro River Train Club m bers tight to preserxe the lul roads. I A4Il!'Xl'lI,Q l f MQW Members ot the Astronomy Club hnd that they can study the umverse not only through direct observation. but also through the of small models. tRo1l1l Fine arts . . . f If f, I W 6 CT ' - 5,1 ,1 -f .VI ull 'xl A , r" -4. f. , .4 K. I - s ue , ' . , . 1 I ' ' s I 4 ' ' I I 1 6, ii IZ 0 ! in :.3 1,1 4 , . , . e 'P I I. !. 'A ,, S. 0 1' i I - 15. x B XS: -- 'I . .1 1 I---fb 0 4 An invitation to the mind To conceive an intangible idea with the mind, to trans- form it to a feeling and to mold it into an original expres- sion, is the essence of creativity. New Trier, through its curriculum and guidance, enabled the student to give form to his idea. For those who found expression through words, cre- ative writing offered the experience, discipline, and guid- ance essential to the art of writing. This year the class expanded its realm of creativity with the creation and production of individual movies. For the person who found expression for his emotions in the tangible world, photography enabled him to Capture these feelings in pictures. The photography class sharp- ened the student's techniques, so that he could better utilize his knowledge of the camera to achieve his special mood. Students whose hands mold the ideas of their minds found outlets in a variety of art courses. Through sight and touch a greater appreciation of the art of the past and of original creations was gained. These creations were given shape in ceramics, sculpture, painting, and graphics. The alt department offered the student experience and direction in his creative effort. But, no matter which facet of creativity a student im- mersed himself in, there was a wealth of learning and guidance to be given in his field both by his teachers and his fellow students. Alwrv, art students. hard at work. attempt to portray their tal- ents. A1 riglzl, before attempting to create original childrenis stories. Mrs. Pink and her creative writing students relive some old favorites. lSc'l1ulnm11, Corrmgj gift? TW-X CREATI E ARTS ll I1 fl. url sludcnls Daw Iuukcr and Phil I.znC'nssc lcum up Ill zu CVCGIIIVC cliorl. lir- lmr, zu slunlcnlk hands funn ax strong lwmi hclwccn lhc creative mind amd the crczx' lion. 1l'lmmx hy .Svlmlnnznl n With the show From frantic suspense to lighthearted gaiety, New Trier productions ran the gamut of emotions this year. 'iHow-Now," the Performing Arts Workshop, started the year on a serious note by combining the Chinese philosophy of the I Ching with the talents of the advanced acting, dance, and opera groups in an attempt to answer the question, "Where are we now, how did we get here?" Philosophical thoughts melted into suspense in the winter play as a mystery, "Wait Until Dark," came to the New Trier stage. The cast successfully generated tense excitement in the audience as an innocent blind girl be- came caught up in a criminal's search for heroin. The comedy of 'tWhat We Have Here," this yearis student-produced Lagniappe, provided a change of pace for audiences after the seriousness of the lirst productions. ln keeping with its theme of communication, the show had skits and chorus numbers centered around radio, tele- vision, telephone, and newspaper. "My Fair Ladyf' the spring opera, continued the light- hearted theme, in the story of the transformation of gutter Totally involved in singing a spiritual to her audience. Rita Johnson vibrates with soul. CMeierJ Dancers interpret and elaborate upon ideas from the I Ching, a Chinese book of wisdom. fMf1.YI7ll1J in o D g Werner! holds oil Mike Filinin tlohn C uvoly lid Sargeanl Carlino tl'eIer Harveyl with Geraldine tswilchbladel. l Wclvll l wench Eliza Doolittle. The well-known musical score and apt characterizations highlighted the show. as did thc detailed scenery. An extremely dillicult technical pro- duction was enhanced by the use ol' two turntables which. when revolved. changed the grimy back streets of London into the elegant living room ol' Professor Higgins. With "A Man For All Seasons." the spring play. a more serious mood returned to the stage. as actors portrayed the complex contlict between Church and State. repre- sented by Sir Thomas More and King Henry Vlll. Thus this was a year of variety for New Trier Per- forming arts. Serious thcmes. comedy. philosophy. music. and suspense were all brought to the stage in shows which brought entertainment to audiences as well as all-import- ant experience to the performers. 1I7ire'c'Iury: page l9.?J Blaclxness engulfs Suzy Hendrix ll.inda Piersonl as she and the audience experience the confusion ol a blind world. tRoll1l PERFORMING ARTS Signor Chapuys tlefl MacDonaldJ and Sir Thomas More tBill Wattsl ponder the ramifications of a split between Church and State. QMOierl ' Man for all Seasons' Mr. Gura helps Craig Kinzer develop the character of the Common Man both in his articulation, and in his movements on stage. CMeierJ Hoy and girl advanced dancers rehearse. each in his own inimit- able way. fllowick, Rotht Expression in movement eff' 3 'K-" "Hg, Bop tinztlly got over their gamkinesx and girlx perfected their grztcettil mmementx: The result was well-executed. xpirited dancing in "My Fair l.ztdy." tlffimfii bl The boppers of American Grandstand evoke the memory of their famous leader, Mickey Mouse. lMeierJ 'What We Have Here' Greg More goes BANANAS! fMilsomJ 'l'he public decided lhul beyond the telephone. radio. television. or newspaper. friendship is the best commu- niculion of all. fAlil.l'I1Ill, .41 lvfl. unduunled hy the uudience. Bernie Rosario llioh lilishergl openn hix mouth in Nong und lind5 lhzll nothing will come out. f-llmrv. liigniuppek jug hand warns the audience to much out lol "The Eggplant that Ale Chicago," tMviw, ll1'l.m111J Eliza Doolittle tl.inda Piersonl. the pride of Covent Garden. bravely at- tempts speech lessons from phonetics professor 'Enry 'Iggins tBill Wuttsl. tljamn ll :My Fair Lady' Frequenters of the Ascot racetrack work themselves up into ti frenzy over the day's proceedings. lMvit'rl 64 ' Q x Xx"Q 'WL' IL' x , f x v 1421-- ,,i4u,N 'fffgfg' 5'5- 1 -Ya lm :ig mi t::::,.::w ,.:..A51x.g:1 71:14:11-zz: .--'.,.'f-,A Y-::,,5.., Nm - . Q-.Q p.....f .M , ,4 gi ff... :Tritt z'f.T""- v..f3:-65 ,M-,"',,1Q Mk..-'N-MN, M. ...z....,:-, , .....,u, ,,. Q, , 3- 1.1 1-. ,N"...- K' Q 5--we,-3.5: gym' M Qlfsif iii 5 if 33' 1 Q N ,L4L, Q1 awww., - . N -r' . P i qs. .V tm Q fi' uf E . 2 All gym: gg, 5 an 5 -. 5' 15 My qw R 4. ii? Q5 is A 'x H-ef 915015 ,C 'I in .fs 'W- WX 5, A. Q V f in fo . ' if A 9' ' Q f . I -vu. X. 2 1 E7 - it I ' Uhfw! Qi . YQ ' 2 Ei. W' as W ff Scene but not heard Creating a theatrical production depends not only upon the char- acters, but also upon the skill and imagination of the various crews behind the scenes. CMeier, Cm-rmgl An ITV cameraman succeeds in bringing his subjects into focus. tlfumizi COMMUNICATIONS Sights ..... ITV offered another means students could use to ex- pand their experiences. Simultaneously operating four channels. the television station emphasized current events by sponsoring timely shows about pollution. Black history. and the Constitutional Convention. ITV televised shows on request of both teachers and students, and offered the use of their facilities to anyone interested in producing a show. ITV became a beneficial extension of the learning facilities at New Trier. tDi- r4'r'lory.' page 2033 . . . . . and sounds New Trier as an institution of higher learning has the obligation to do more for its students than teach them reading. writing. and arithmetic. Students are offered outlets for their outside interests by working on activi- ties like WNTH. the I0 watt. FM radio station. The 200 members of WNTH at New Trier East and West took special pride in their coverage of the anti- pollution marathon at Northwestern University and their reporting of local elections. By staffing the radio station. many students learned more about their capabilities and interests. tIJirc'c'mry.' page 2023 This program has been pre-recorded and spliced by Scott Barber for WNTH. Iliulzrij nnual success Historically speaking, ECHOES ,70 was merely con- ceived of, created by, published for, and distributed to the students of New Trier East. History also finds that a cast of thousands fso it seemedll worked faithfully with Ed- itor-in,-Chief Skip Weiss and one fatigued but spirited sponsor. But the story behind ECHOES was more than the trials and tribulations of nine months and 40 people. After intense summer planning, the ECHOES staff emerged ready to record 1969-70 through 240 pages of copy and photographs. The primary goal of ECHOES was to emphasize the two most important aspects of New Trier: people and academics. To accomplish this goal with creativity, varied uses of color processes and a great- er variety of candids were interspersed throughout the book. A more logical organization was also stressed to assist those book mongers who from habit begin on page one. To the staff members, ECHOES life was more than fre- quent excursions to the mail room, wild shrieking, mass confusion, and rambling games of musical chairs. lt was a chance to explore, express, and administer. It was a chance to reveal the spirit of 1970. CDireci0ry: page 2005 To the junior and senior staffs, Mr. Frey explains the art of creating a first-class cover. fMilSI2IIIi AI left. Copy Editors Rob Biederman and .lim Fiffer work over unfinished copy to eliminate possible flaws, Bfflmv. .lanis Powers worked overtime eight days a week to keep the editorial section in good shape. iplmms hy Milxfmij "!9v1"5'?'f"' -sfo m -f Quiet and solitude Gnd Editor-in-Chief Skip Weiss and Managing Editor John Webb reviewing the chaos of another day's work. while .lunior Assistant Janice Grossberg takes note. lMiIimml 69 Friday afternoon: statl members take a brief moment to discuss merits of their paper before being caught up in the rush of another deadline. lSCl1Il1HIllI1j 'That's New Above, News editors Ted Joseph and Liz Cameron experiment with different possibilities in the layout of a coming issue. while Janet Snover trighrb attends to the tedi- ous task of copy reading that is all- important in putting out a news- paper. tphoms by Milsonzj -e-Q' To many students. Friday meant the appearance of the New Trier News, which often provided reading material for the entire day. This year the News made great pro- gress since the days when it was primarily concerned with when Chess Club was meeting and in how many games the Bridge Club team had been victorious. Under the supervision of Editor Mike Cuttie, the News became more interested in reporting what concerned the whole student body. not just a few people. School ac- tivities such as the athletic teams were of interest to everyone. so the News made a point of emphasizing them. The sports staff adopted the policy of previewing rather than reviewing, and in this way got more students to at- tend athletic events. The entire staff realized that stu- dents were interested in life outside the school, and this too was reflected in the News. Students found stories on such relevant topics as the Viet Nam Moratorium. the Conspiracy Trial. human relations, and pollution. The stafT's main goals were to get students to react to the world around them and communicate their views through the News. tDirecI0ry.' page 201 l Heedless of the havoc in the News 1 Office. Mike Cuttie. editor-in-chief. f strives to meet the demands of the press. tklilxonlj ees- W' 1 . 7l A record season Before the ringing of the first tardy bell had died away in September, the Playback staff had begun its task of creating an auditory analysis of New Trier 1969-1970. Playback writers experimented with a more comic script, although they traditional excerpts from Lagniappe and the music festivalsewef included. The annual candid week gave students the opportunity to immortalize them- selves on the record. f g From the first ringing of the tardy bell to the last strains of f'Pomp and Circumstancef' Playback worked to record an accurate sound of the year. tDirect0ry.' page 205 J Every literar bit helps "Why does a literary magazine cross the road?,' was not the question Inklings board members posed last fall, but rather how to cross that road. The stall inherited a magazine, a financial deficit, and indifference on the part of the student body. Through the year, though, Inklings developed into a more diversified organization. Inklings sponsored films, poetry readings, and art-music experi- ences. The format of the magazine was changed, and plays and short stories were considered for publication. By trying to bring creative expression and the students closer together, Inklings made a very real attempt to get to the other side. CDirecr0ry: page 2041 Many Fefer leads a discussion about the intrinsic values of a photograph at an Inklings open meeting. CSchulmanJ Playback Roving Reporter Gary Young asks a freshman for his opinions on current New Trier events, only to discover that he is ' i nterviewing a. junior. QMilsomJ E 4 Q .X Foreign phrases .41 lvjl, .St-lif't'ilu'1'1fi editors worked hard at meetings like this one to insure the sueeess of the German magazine. Iielow. De 7711410 Un Pow editors plan innovations for this year's Spanish maga- line. tRollz, tMc'it'1'l All too often. a foreign language student entangles him- self in a web of conjugations and vocabulary-almost unaware that comprehending foreign language involves more than knowing where to put the accent marks. For- eign language publications were organized to provide an outlet for the liuent self-expression necessary for appreci- ation of a foreign tongue. ' This year. the German. Latin and Spanish publications continued their tradition of showcasing student talent. Be- sides writing. the publications included art work. jokes and word games. Staffs organized second semester and worked until May when the linished publications were distributed. The sophisticated results inspired struggling language students who realized that they. too. could express them- selves meaningfully-if they could only remember where to put the accent marks. tDiret'1ory: page 2063 Underelass staff members. like Janet Steiner of l'rfwtro. help to instill new ideas in foreign language publications. tKahnl In a practice debate. novice Hugh Marlin presents his case while Jerry Lasky, lwluw, takes notes. preparing for his refutation. tliamnl Issues and answers During the 10 years Coach William Boyd has been directing debate. success has been a tradition. This year was no exception. as the varsity completed one of the most outstanding years in New Trier history. Hampered early by injuries such as laryngitis. sprained tongues. and broken tile boxes, they nevertheless struggled back to dominate the state by the end of the year. Varsity standouts Rob Biederman. John Kilmer, Don Friedman. and Paul Samuels brought back many impres- sive victories. Bicderman and Kilner captured several championships. including the NFL state championship. thus qualifying for the national tournament in June. Fried- man and Samuels captured second place in the coveted II-ISA state tournament. Fine depth and excellent bench strength aided the varsity throughout the year. Junior varsity and novice teams enjoyed a prosperous year, Winning many tournaments and ending up with a very successful record. Although high in potential. next year's squad will be hindered by inexperience on the var- sity level. With no returning lettermen. next year should be a season of rebuilding. CDirecmry.' page 2083 Athletics Fall Sports Winter Sports Spring Sports Intramurals FALL SPORTS Legalized speed The varsity cross country squad's third place finish in the Suburban League did not reflect an accurate picture of the strength of the 1969 team. They were a balanced, well-conditioned group that worked hard all summer and fared well, losing only to the top teams in the state. Coach Ben Almaguer summarized the team's major problem when he said, "lt was just unfortunate that we were never able to get the whole team together at one meet." The District meet, however, was one where the varsity re- flected the balance and endurance they had worked so hard to achieve. Here, the whole team jelled, and the result was a first place finish and the capture of the District title. The harrier's star, captain Jere Hines, was hampered throughout the season by a minor injury that prevented him from reaching his potential. Even so, he placed an outstanding fifth in the state hnals. Returning lettermen Bruce Mullen, Tom Judge, Jeff Stewart, and Rob Vihon were mainstays of the team, Additional strength was pro- vided by juniors Mike Lewis, Chris Kirkland, and sopho- more Scott Lucking, all of whom look promising for next year. The freshman-sophomore team recorded one of the finest seasons ever. "This was the best frosh-soph team to come along in quite a while," said Coach Rowland Hall. Depth was the factor that enabled the harriers to coast through the season undefeated. The squad's top five per- formers all appeared in a listing of the league's nine finest runners. The team overwhelmingly won the league as it crushed second place Evanston with the lowest score ever recorded. CDirecr0ry.' page 2093 New Trier harriers display team balance on the way to a third place finish in the Suburban League meet. tWestfalIJ .41 ,l'fl, the enthusiasm ot' victory overflows as sophomore cron country Coach Hail hathes in the glory of winning the Suburban League IHSCI. Above, varsity harriers emerge from the pack at the hcginning of the Suburban League meet. tplmmx by Wexrjulll VARSITY SOPHOMORE N'I'-I- OPP. NT-I-. OPP. Pkovlso Iixsr . . 23 38 Pitovlso Easl . . 25 35 IivtxNs'roN . . 37 20 IQv,xNsroN . . 20 35 NVXLIKI-ii.XN , . . IX 40 W,xuKi UAN , , , IS 48 Moizloiw Iixsi' . . IX 43 Moklow EAS! . . I5 50 N111-s Ii.-.si , , . IS 50 Nurs Eaxsi . . . I5 48 OAK PARK . . . 35 22 QJAK PxRK . . . 25 32 HIUIIIHXNIJ PARK , li 50 Hitgnrtxip PARK , I6 43 New Trier East placed first in New Trier East placed first in Forest View Triangular. sixth Iivanxton Invitational. first in in Mattoon Invitational. third Suburban League. in Suburban League. first in District. passing season Az right, with a powerful second effort, an Indian fullback struggles with Proviso tacklers in a lunge for the first down. Below, New Trier defensemen converge on a helpless Morton East quarterback en route to a 27-0 homecoming victory. fEat0n, Webby Jim Baylor's determination is evident as he attempts to break a tackle with an open field ahead. tMeivrJ I VARSITY NT-Ii OPP. HINSDALI: CENTRAL . . 7 23 WAUKI-LOAN ..... 2 0 THORNTON FRACTIONAI. NORTH ..... 18 20 PROVISO EAsT . . . 6 25 NILES EAs'r . . . 7 8 OAK PARK ..... 12 34 HIGHLAND PARK . . 8 O MORTON EAST .... 27 0 EVANSTON ..... 6 I2 New Trier East placed fourth in Su- burban League. JUN IOR VARSITY NT-E OPP. WAUKEGAN ..... 2 0 EVANSTON . . . . 12 0 PROVISO EAST .... 20 0 NILES EAST . . . 27 0 MORTON EAST .... 34 0 Due to strength and desire, the varsity football team finished with a 3-4 record in one of the toughest leagues in the state. Quarterback Chris Pfaff, who piloted the offense, engineered a potent aerial attack, while getting consistent support from a well-balanced ground game. Top varsity runners were Steve Hubachek and Fred Morgan. with Doug Schaff filling in for Jim Baylor who was injured early in the season. The defense. led by eo- captains Ed Moss and Andy Morrow, was brilliant in the Evanston and Highland Park games. Ray Kehoe was vital in the defensive secondary, making several key tackles. Bruce Williamson. who played both offense and defense, was named to the all-state team for his outstand- ing contributions as a pulling guard and linebacker. Coach Ed Heikkinen, commenting on the season, said, "We had a slow start but towards the end of the season I think we could have given anyone in the Suburban League a iight? One of the most exciting games of the season renewed a rivalry with Evanston, ranked tenth in the state. New Trier lost when they failed to score from the one inch line on two plunges. Several New Trier players, however, said that Jim Baylor was over the goal line. Many prom- ising juniors contributed greatly to the varsity success with I6 receiving letters. Standout juniors were Toby McLeod, Donn Seidholz, Ed Jablonski, and Charlie Solberg. Defense was the name of the game for the .lV's. This outstanding squad not only was undefeated but did not have its goal line crossed. A blistering offense gave the JV's all the scoring help they needed. Coach Richard Baldrini hesitated in pointing out any outstanding indi- vidual performers, saying, "The key to our success this year was the team effort. The boys really wanted to play ball? This attitude, should it carry over to next year. could be the key to a successful varsity season. CDirec10ry.' page 2101 Two onrushing linemen charge to block the ball. but sophomore Bill Ransone's extra point is good. CMeierJ The sophomore squad, under the leadership of Coach William Fly, enjoyed one of its finest seasons. placing second in the Suburban League with a 7-l-l record. Despite the loss of halfbacks Tom Harvey and Dirk Young, depth on Offense made it possible to average nearly four touchdowns per game. The performances of Bill Ransone, Jeff Hoellerich, and Bill Rees were, ac- cording to Coach Fly, consistent and outstanding, and provided a formidable attack. The defense. with exceptional contributions from Jim Nord. Kevin Downing, Oliver Chapman, and Jud Porter, maintained a solid threat throughout the season until the final game against Evanston, who took first in the league. Stressed by Coach Fly as perhaps the most vital element in this season's success was the team effort .and pride which inspired these performances. SOPHOMORE NT-E OPP. l'llNSDAI..l-, CENTRAL . . 42 0 WAUKhOAN ..... 2 0 THORNTON FRACTIONAL NOR'Tl'I - - - . . 20 0 PROVISO EAST .... I4 14 NILES EAST . . . 36 14 OAK PARK . . . . 21 12 HIGPILAND PARK . . . 27 7 MORTON EAs'r .... 46 14 EVANSTON ..... 22 41 New Trier East placed second in Suburban League. Freshman Gary Minx cuts short a Proviso offensive effort as he steals one from the Pirates. CMeierJ .41 lvjl, an xophomore end drops the hull resulting in u lon on the play. Bvlnw. Ray Kehoe and his Oak Park opponent meet one- on-one in an effort lo recover a loose ball. l1VIeier, flilllilllj Quarterback Baird Smart lofts the bomb over the arms of Iwo blitzing linebuckers in JV action against Evanston. fKalml Finding no receivers downfield, quarterback Chris Pfatf starts to FRESHMAN A scramble in the season opener. CMeierJ NT-E oPP. WAUKEGAN ..... 2 THORNTON FRACTIONAL NORTH ..... 32 O 0 . PRovIso EAST . . . 30 0 NILES EAST . . . 26 14 OAK PARK . . . 0 6 HIGHLAND PARK . . 0 42 MORTON EAST .... 62 0 EvANsToN ..... I 2 0 New Trier East placed second in Suburban League. FRESHMAN B NT-E oPP. WAUKEGAN . . . . 2 0 PROVISO EAST . . . 20 0 NILES EAST . . . 16 6 OAK PARK ..... 6 20 HIGHLAND PARK . . . 12 0 MORTON EAST .... 20 0 EVANSTON ..... 14 6 New Trier East placed second in Suburban League. An aggressive backfield on offense, a powerful defensive line, and outstanding contributions from Gary Minx, Jim Pfalf, and Bob Potter led the freshman A team to a sec- ond place in the Suburban League. After a defensive col- lapse against Highland Park, the squad redeemed itself with decisive shutouts against Morton East and Evanston. The shutout of Proviso, in which quarterbacks Mike O'Rourke and Todd Daugherty completed nine out of 10 passes, marked a high point and proved early in the season the well-balanced offensive and defensive strength of the team. Under Coach Ken Wellington the squad held score- less five teams and slated a 6-2 record. An unusually large turnout provided the freshman B squad with the depth and talent which kept them alive after the early loss of ends Fred Liebling and Cliff Seth- ness. A fine team leader in quarterback Bruce Dahlheim, combined with halfbacks John Moran, Jim McKay, and John Castino, formed a potent offense. Losing only to first-place Oak Park, the B squad took second in the league with a 6-1 record. Coach Ed Heikkinen shows that off the field tension runs high as a pass eludes the outstretched fingers of lung- ing Ned Greenberg. fMeierJ 82 A desire to regain the valued lire hydrant motivates Pete Linden- berger in varsity action against Evanston. lMil.ioml as pffassov '- Q, Ffa so Putting their best foot 'fourth' The varsity soccer team completed its season in the highly competitive Suburban League with an impressive 9-3-3 record and a fourth place in the state rankings. Coach Tony Schinto had nothing but praise for his squad. when he commented. "This year's team had to be one of the lincst and best-disciplined the school has ever seen. lt was a well-balanced group with no individual stars." Defense was the key to the booter's success as only IU goals were scored against them in 15 games. All-Leaguers Bill Houser. Scott Sustman. and goalie John Harms formed a tight defensive web which rarely was penetrated. The oifensive scoring punch was supplied by All-State for- wards Steve Black and Steve Beutelspacher along with Dave Grinnell. Coach Schinto praised co-captains Sustman and Black for their leadership, saying. "Scott and Steve did a marv- elous job. lt was a young team this year and we pulled together really well." With nine returning lettermen. hopes are bright for the future, "Next year there's no question in my mind what we are going to do." said Schinto. "We will give Evanston some vicious competition and become league and possible slate champions." The JV team concluded a season which Coach .lohn Mulliner termed "quite successful, sporting several high- lights and indicating a good future potential." tllirffcfory' page 2123 1 The Waukegan defense is unable to contain sophomore Rick Brautlo as he starts a New Trier offensive altael-., lllilwmll The offensive attack was overwhelming all year, in- cluding a six goal spree against Waukegan. The defense shone just as admirably and recorded a number of shut- outs. Although most outstanding players were taken by the varsity and many players switched positions at midseason, the team welded together into a compact unit. Coach Mulliner best summed up the season in saying, "Regard- less of who was playing, there was a teamwork and spirit you don't find on many ball clubsf' NA great potential to score" aptly characterized this year's sophomores. They posted an ll-2-I record which was good enough for a second place finish in the Suburb- an League, losing only to long-time rival Evanston. Coach Carl Hirsch was pleased with the teamls per- formance although he seemed disappointed with their losing two important games against Evanston. HWe reached our peak in the last four games, at that time we were good enough to have beaten anyonef' said Mr. Hirsch. Judging from their enthusiasm which permeated the season, these sophomores will be primed and ready for the future. The freshman team ended their season with a 3-5-2 record, one which was not indicative of their overwhelming success. Their accomplishment lay in providing 50 boys with fundamental soccer skills, thereby setting the founda- tion for an experienced varsity of the future. Team spirit, according to Coach Robert Ward, played a vital part in contributing to the development of these techniques. CDi- rectory: page 2121 VARSITY NT-E ovP. NT-E OPP. EVANSTON . 0 2 OAK PARK . . . 0 0 OAK PARK . I 1 WAUKEGAN . . . I 0 WAUKEGAN . . 1 0 MORTON EAST . . 1 0 NILES WEST. . I 0 UNIVERSITY HIGH . 3 0 MORTON EAST . 4 O LAGRANGE . . . I 2 NEW TRIER WEST 2 1 NILES WEST . . 2 0 New Trier East placed second EVANSTON . 2 3 in Suburban League, fourth in MAINE EAST . . 3 I state. JUNIOR VARSITY -Ia oPP. NT-E oPP. EVANSTON . 0 2 OAK PARK . . . 4 0 OAK PARK . 2 I WAUKEGAN . . 6 1 LAKE FOREST . 2 I LAKE FOREST . . I 0 MAINE EAST . . l 0 LAGRANGE . . . 3 1 NILES WEST . . 2 0 NEW TRIER WEST 2 0 New Trier East placed second EVANSTON . . I 2 in Suburban League. Straining to reach the unattainable, frosh goalie Gary Edson dis- plays a valiant effort in a losing cause against Niles West. CMH- .wni J Gary Weeks and Steve Pendleton try to keep a scoring oppor tunity alive after penetrating the Evanston defense. CCornogJ SOPHOMORE NT-Ii opp. EVANSTON ..... 0 2 OAK PARK . . 2 1 WAUKEGAN . . l 0 MORTON EAST . . 4 0 ST. JOSEPH . . I 0 NILES WIZS'I' . . 2 O EVANSTON . . 0 3 MAINE EAST . . 2 0 OAK PARK . . 5 I WAUKIZGAN . . . 3 0 MORTON EAST . . . 2 0 UNIVERSITY HIGH . . . 4 0 LAGRANGE ..... 3 I New Trier East placed Second in Su- burban League. FRESHMAN NT-E ow. EVANSTON . . . 0 2 OAK PARK . . 0 3 WAUKEGAN . . 1 0 MAINIE EAST . . . l 0 NILES WEST . . . . 0 3 NEW TRIER WEST . . 2 0 EVANSTON . . . 0 4 OAK PARK . . . I l WAUKEGAN . . 0 0 LAGRANGI1 . . 1 2 Ed Winter, beating a Niles West booter to the ball, reflects New Trier's domination of the game, 1Ra1l1J ll . 'They shoot baskets, don't they ' This year marked the end of a New Trier basketball era, but not until Coach John Schneiter's Indians stamp- eded to a l4-8 record and third in the rugged Suburban League. For three years seven-foot center Bill Kosick has highlighted the trevian attack. Kosick. in his last season of New Trier basketball, lived up to his potential. finishing as the Suburban League's highest point scorer and earning a berth on the All-State team. After this season, Coach Schneiter will have to depend on factors other than size as the formula for success. An outstanding center was not all the varsity had to boast this season. Exceptional play from guards Bob Kelly and Mike Rees was vital in engineering what Coach Schneiter termed, "a devastating fastbrcakf' Forwards Chris Pfaff and Jim Douglass added necessary rebound- ing and scoring. In addition to the regular starters, the rebounding of Don Stewart and Pat Giordano as well as the sharp passing and adroit ball handling of Pat O'Gara gave New Trier a potent bench. The turning point in the varsity season came after the Centralia Tournament. Everything clicked, resulting in nine victories in the next 10 games and New Trier emerg- ing as the leading offensive team in the league. After finding the strategy for consistent victory, the squad con- tinued to Win until highly rated Notre Dame ENDED the lndian's season with a two point victory, tainting Bill Kosickfs record 48 point outpour. Speed and balance will keynote next ycar's style of play. Without a big man up front, probable starters Don Stewart, Ben Braun. and Dave Burns as well as gradu- ates of a strong JV team will be important in attempting to achieve another successful year. CDirec-tory: page 2143 VARSITY NT-li OPP. LAGRANGE . . 49 75 PROSPECT . . . 75 63 MAINE SOUTH . . 78 64 WAUKEGAN . . . 50 71 EVANSTON .... 34 58 MORTON EAST . . . 79 56 RIVERSIDE-BROOKFIELD 52 55 BENTON ..... 69 58 BELLEVILLE WEST . . 58 73 NILES EAST . . . 100 38 OAK PARK .... 82 72 HIGHLAND PARK . . 81 75 PROVISO EAST . . 65 64 WAUKEGAN . . . 53 72 EvANsToN . . . 95 88 MORTON EAST . . 44 40 NILES EAST . . . 73 33 OAK PARK. . . . 62 45 HIOIILAND PARK . , 82 76 PROVISO EAST . . 63 68 SAINT GREGORY . . 87 52 NOTRE DAME . . 63 65 JUNIOR VARSITY NT-r oi-in Riviiitsim--liizrmuuii-i,n 85 29 MAINIA Soliiii . . . 78 59 VVALJKI-CMN , . . 46 32 EVANSTUN . . . 7l SX Momom Frist . . 66 50 Nurs liixsi . . X5 ZI OAK lluuc . . . 79 S2 Pizoviso Eixsi . . 62 60 W.wKHmN . . . 66 40 EVANSTUN , . . 50 60 Nirhs Eftsi . . . 6l SI Him-il.,xNu PARK . . 64 54 PROVISO lifts: . . 52 63 ,4bm'v, overwhelmed by the tension of an all-important game. Coach .lohn Schneiter attempts to give his players inspiration in their tight for at second place berth in the Suhurhan League. AI left, Chris Pfull' curves 21 lane through an crowded defense and drives for Iwo eztxy points. tplznmx by Mvivrp WI TER SPCRTS Sporting an outstanding ll-2 record, the JV basketball team brought hopes for a strong varsity next year. With the departure of Bill Kosick, the varsity will need balance which was the forte of this year's JV. Coach Harold Severns was especially pleased with his team's perform- ance as many of his players were being shuflled from JV to varsity. Paced by the high-scoring nucleus of Steve Sholl, Jim Versino, Scott Thomas, and Mike Rodenkirk, the squad often won by impressive margins, showing that despite the lack of a true standout, hustle and balance can lead to victory. This was epitomized in the Proviso East game when the team erased a nine point deficit late in the game and emerged victorious. Some hashes of brilliance were apparent on the sopho- more team, despite a dismal 7-I4 record. There was never any regular combination with 10 different players starting throughout the season. This intense competition within the squad inspired Jeff I-loellerich's record perform- ance of 25 rebounds in one game. Outstanding play also came from Tom Nortrup after adjusting to the switch from forward to guard. Coming off a slow start, the team jelled to win four out of their last six games, prompting Coach William Fly to State, '4With a lot of hard work there are some boys who will see varsity action next yearf' A superb display of effort yielded a 7-4 record for the freshman A team. The last game of the season proved decisive as New Trier's bid for a first place Suburban League finish was squelched by Proviso East. Coach Pete Burnside cited standouts Mike Allen, Jim Cassady, and Derek Kilimnik as impressive prospects for next season. The freshman B team showed great progress, inspiring' Coach Richard Patterson to state. "The improvement from beginning to end was remarkable? Star performers Scott Sorenson. Richard Weber, Don Sider, and Jim Pfaff were keys to the B squadis growth. SOPHOMORE NT-E OPP. LAGRANGE .... 3l 60 PROSPECT . . . 32 40 MATNE SOUTH . . 47 53 WAUKEGAN . . . 33 39 EVANSTON .... 40 43 MORTON EAST . . . 36 37 RIVERSIDE-BROOKFIELD 30 41 HERSEY ...., 45 48 BATAVIA ..... 78 39 MAINE EAST . . 58 52 NILES EAST . . , 54 43 OAK PARK . . , . 33 42 HIGHLAND PARK , . 27 40 PRoviSo EAST . . 27 47 WAUKEGAN . . . 32 52 EVANSTON , . . 52 48 MoRToN EAST . . 43 50 Ninas EAST . . . 50 47 OAK PARK . . . 54 40 l'IlGHl..AND PARK . . 56 52 PROVISO EAST . , 45 69 Ben Braun draws a tough defensive assignment guarding Evans- ton's Orestes Arrieta, one of the premiere players in the Suburban League. CMeierJ JV star Mike Rodenkirk and his lofty hook shot triumph over un Evanston opponent on a one-on-one break. tlluwirltl Ad' FRESHMAN A Nr-t OPP. RIVERS!DI:-BRUOKVII in 49 28 MAINI- Sotirn . . . 29 26 WAUKIFCEAN . . 53 50 EvANs'roN . . . 5l 32 MORTON EAS'l' . . 54 60 NILIES EAST . . 40 28 OAK PARK . . 49 44 PRovtso EAS1 . . 48 62 WAUKILGAN . . 49 58 EVANSTON . , . 48 43 NILES EAST ..,, 48 40 HIGHLAND PARK . . 67 53 PROVISO EAS1 . , . 4l 48 FRESHMAN B N1-in OPP. RIVRRSIDR-BRooKHI-to 44 19 MAINE SOUTH . . . 34 48 WAUKLGAN . . . 35 29 EVANSTON . . 45 47 MOR'I'oN EAS1 . . 29 52 NIL1-.S EAST . . 36 35 OAK PARK . . 50 34 PROVISO EAs'r . . 39 37 WAlJKI?CiAN . . 36 39 EvANs'roN . . . 55 38 NILES EAST . . . 46 35 Hloin.ANn PARK . , 49 32 PRUVISO EAST , . 42 58 3- Almw, plztytnziker Mike Recs driveA toward the corner in an effort to set up at scoring situation. Ar lvfl. freshman hztskcthzill reaches new hcightx. lMt'i1'r, fygfillllll All-around success Above. Joe Howard grimaces, indicating the intense concentration of 21 good gymnast. AI riglzl, Mike Pancoe, although injured be- fore the State meet. was considered to be the Hnest still rings competitor in Illinois. CMilsom, Webb? VARSITY NT-E ovv. NT-E OPP. BARRINGTON . . 130.00 99.42 NILES WEST. 109.46 106.15 EVANSTON . . 117.08 126.89 OAK PARK . 131.85 132.21 MAINE EAST. . 109.46 77.60 PROSPECT . 118.17 126.31 MoRToN EAST . 120.66 61.79 PROVISO EAST 114.67 73.75 NEW TRIER PRovISO WEST 119,07 111.60 WEST . . . 130.00 94.67 WAUKEGAN . 114.38 119.66 NILES EAST . . 114.07 92.87 WHEELING . 119.07 87.28 N11.ES NORTH . 118.17 116.70 New Trier placed third in Suburban League. seventh in State. Top, varsity gymnast Bill Carpenter defies the pull of inertia as he successfully completes a giant. Bottom, Bob Roth exhibits a form parallel with success in his gymnastics routine. tMilsoln, Webbj SOPHOMORE NT-E oPP. NT-E oPP. BARRINGTON . . 53.7 49.3 NILES WEST . 46.3 51.3 EVANSTON . . . 52.0 64.3 OAK PARK . . 53.1 51.3 MAINE EAST . . 46.3 39.0 PROSPECT . . 41.6 36.5 MoRToN EAST . 52.0 27.6 PROVISO EAST . 48.7 29.6 NEW TRIER WEST 53.7 47.4 PROVISO WEST 54.6 46.0 NILES EAST . . 46.2 48.6 WAUKEGAN . 49.1 49.3 NILES NORTH . . 41.6 52.3 WHEELING . . 54.6 56.0 New Trier placed fourth in Suburban League. One word best describes the performance of this year's varsity gymnastic team-irony. As Coach Earl Schabel stated, "We had exceptional ability and depth in all events but when we were confronted with the final meets, We couldn't put it all together? The all-around strength of the team was best typified by senior Bob Roth. He mastered five of the six gymnastic events as evidenced by his second place showing in the state meet for the all-around event. Coach Schabel aptly described Roth as Hone of the most able gymnasts that I have ever coachcdfi Additional support was rendered by Mike Pancoe on the rings, Ken Smith on parallel bars, Bill Carpenter, who placed seventh in the state on the high bar, Robby Lieberman in free exercise, and Otto Rand- olph on the trampoline. But despite this potential, the season ended in disap- pointment due to numerous injuries. Pancoe, who prom- ised to be a leading contender for the state rings title, was sidelined with two broken fingers. Randolph was out of the action early in the season with a dislocated shoulderg and Lieberman was disabled because of a broken wrist. These injuries crippled the team's potential. Barring a recurrence of injuries, next year's team which will be led by juniors Art Preston and Carey Culbertson should be reasonably successful. The sophomore squad had a winning season though they also were plagued by injuries. Coach Tony Schinto credited the performances of future stars Ford Culbertson, Tim Deahl, and Jeff Wells as factors in the success of the team. In terms of record, the freshman gymnastics team was superior to all other levels. Led by John Burnett on the rings and Tom Pearson in the all-around event, they tied for the top position in the Suburban League. Their great record prompted Coach Gerald Denk to say, "In a few years this team could win the state championship." fDi- rectory: page 2201 Tankers make Waves Many people wonder how Dave Robertsonis swimming teams are able to do so consistently well in Illinois state swimming competition. Itfs no surprise to Coach Rob- ertson. In his own words, 4'Each team develops steadily, using each dual meet as a chance for improvement, look- ing better every week, until it reaches its peak of per- formance at the time of the state meetf' This year's team maintained the Robertson tradition, posting a 9-2 dual meet record and placing a solid second in the state meet, beaten only by national champion Hins- dale Central. UA coach can ask for nothing more from a squad like this. It was a great team eifortj, said Coach Robertson. 'This squad was better than the squads of 1967, 1968, or 1969." The Green Wave was led by captains Steve Baird, Paul Beiersdorf, and Andy Kauffmann and diver Peter Agnew, all seniors. Agnew set a new state diving record en route to winning New Trier's only first place in the state meet, while Baird placed second in both the 50 and 100 yard freestyle events in state competition. Added support to the senior attack came from juniors Mark Anderson and Peter Smith, who both placed in the state meet, backstroker Ben Swiggett, and freestyler Paul Gronley. The sophomores enjoyed another highly successful sea- son this year. Paced by varsity letter winners Fred Wall, Ed Woodbury. Steve Jones, and Casey Cutler and fresh- man Ed Laue, they overpowered all opponents following an opening loss to Hinsdale Central. This included a re- sounding victory in the Suburban League meet and a first place finish in the Suburban League. Swimming to an undefeated season, the freshmen once again dominated all opposition. Led by triple event win- ners Jay Ritzen, Wyllys Baird, and Jeff McBride, the freshmen won the Suburban League meet, placing first in 10 of 11. events. To top oflf the season the freshmen took first in the Freshmen Invitational, regarded as the fresh- man Hstate meet." Looking forward to the return of this excellent group of juniors, sophomores, and freshmen, Coach Robertson was justified in saying, ffNext year we'll close the gap on Hinsdalef' fDirec'mry: page 2165 Varsity swimming team member, .Peter Agnew, is on top of the Tndians as far as diving is concerned. fMils011zJ New Trier is edged out of tirst by Maine South in a last minute llurry of activity. lKlIl1l1l Swimmers hunched over in nervous anticipation of the starting gun . . . . . . leave anxiety behind as they encounter the steady flow of soothing water. tplmros by Milxonzl VARSITY NT-Ii ow. HINSDALIz CENTRAL . 25 70 DEERFII:I.D .... 85 7l EVANSTON . . . 34 6l MORTON EAST . . 79 16 NILES EAST . . . 76 I9 HIGHLAND PARK . . 49 46 Pkovlso EAST . . 84 I l ROCK ISLAND . . 55 40 WAUKEGAN . . . 78 I7 MAINE SOUTH . . . 86 9 OAK PARK .... 60 35 New Trier East placed first in Dol- phin Relays. second in Indian Relays. first in Hinsdale Diving. tied for first in Suburban League meet, hrst in Districts, and second in the State meet. The stroke of a butterliy, the kick of a porpoise, and the determination of a tiger unite in a swimmer. fMilsomJ SOPHOMORE FRESHMAN NT-E oPP. NT'E OPP' HINSDALE CENTRAL . 37 58 HINSDALE CENTRAL ' 56 39 EVANSTON Q Q t . 55 40 DEERFIELD .... 52 43 MORTON EAST I . 84 9 EVANSTON .... 60 35 NILES EAST . ' MoRToN EAST . . . HIGHLAND PARK . . 57 37 NILES EAST "" 50 45 PROVISO EAST I ' 84 11 HIGHLAND PARK . . 72 23 WAUKEGAN . I . 81 14 PROVISO EAST . . . 61 34 MAINE SOUTH . . 53 42 MAINE SOUTH ' ' 54 41 OAK PARK . . . A WAUKEGAN .... OAK PARK .... 77 17 New Trier East placed first in Sub- urban League meet and first in Sub- urban League. New Trier East placed first in Sub- urban League meet and first in Sub- urban League. The camera captures Bruce Leanse dur- ing the most vital part of his crawl stroke-the underwater pull. CFeferJ Junior Steve Schwartz skillfully avoids the thrust of Pete LeTourneau during a varsity fencing practice. tH0wickJ Foiled again. New Trier fencers culminated their season by taking fifth place in the rough competition of the state meet. Although fencing at New Trier is still in its beginning stages, fine performances were turned in by seniors Pete LeTourneau and Bill King. Success in fencing is attributed to the strength of the hand and the quickness of the eye. lt is a sport that de- mands total body discipline-most fencers reach their peak between the ages of 22-25. Consequently, Coach John Mulliner stressed building a firm foundation of basic skills for the freshmen and sophomores who were new to the sport and developing the finer points for the experi- enced upperclassmen. Although beaten in many of their meets, their record did not reflect the true success of the season. The ex- perience, discipline, and basic skills acquired were the true achievement of a young team preparing for the future. fDirect0ry.' page 2175 VARSITY NT-E oPP. PLEASANT PLAINS . . 2 I6 NEW BERLIN . . . 5 I3 GI.ENwooD .... 9 9 NEW TRIRR WEST . . 6 12 MAINE SOUTH . . . 4 I4 NILES WEST . . 10 8 MARSHALL , . . 4 14 NILES EAST .... 4 I4 NEW TRIER WEST . . 8 I0 MAINE SOUTH . . . 2 16 NEW TRIER WEST . . 8 10 lVlARSHAl.I .... . 4 l4 NOTRE DAME . . 5 13 NILES EAST . . . 6 I2 NILILS WEST . . . 7 ll NOTRE DAME . . . 4 14 New Trier East placed fifth in the state meet. Two New Trier swordsmen end up in a stalemate in their fight to the finish. fliahnj Experience necessary Above, newly organized wrestling cheerleaders exude an aura of spirit and enthusiasm as they give support to their favorite team. At right, Captain Ion Hall, New Trier wrestling's most consistent competitor, greets an opponent at the outset of a Suburban League meet. tRorh, Meierj VARSITY NT-E oPP. Nu.Es NORTH . , 19 35 MAINE EAST . . 3 49 EVANSTON . . . 5 42 MoRToN EAST . . 9 33 NILES EAST .... 29 19 HIGIiLAND PARK . . 11 35 NORTH CHICAGO . . 9 39 PROVISO EAST . . 7 43 WAUKEGAN . . . 2 47 OAK PARK . . 3 43 DEERFIELD . . 12 34 Indian wrestler John McAllister surveys his opponent in prepara- tion for the takedown. fMl'fC'l'J Without experience and good student response, no team . can hope for success. Lacking both key factors, wrestling I remained New Trier's most troubled sport. On all levels of competition the presence of inexperienced grapplers hindered hopes for an improved season. With the loss of three starters and two lettermen, the varsity was forced to draw wrestlers from sophomore ranks. This, according to Coach Jim Kruempelstaedter, weakened the team against powerful opponents such as Maine East and Waukegan. The lack of depth on the sophomore squad forced Coach Gregory Marshall to place untested material in the highly demanding meets. Mr. Marshall blamed this and his own inexperience as reasons for the teamls weak performance. Plagued by student apathy stemming from an unwilling- ness to participate in the intense contact sport, the fresh- man team, coached by Jerry Wamsley, had a light turnout and thus a deliciency of qualihed wrestlers. There were, however, several bright spots in an other- wise somber season. Varsity matmen Jon Hall, Joe Gareis. and Jud Porter all compiled impressive individual records. The sophomores, even with the manpower breach, Saw good potential in Steve Carver and Rick Federico. In freshman action, Mark Miller, Scott Schillerelif, and Mark Whitney all showed line elfort despite the dismal year. Trying to stimulate student participation, Mr. Kruemp- elstaedter initiated a program of wrestling exhibitions. Performances at events such as the Tom Nisbet basketball game and at junior high schools attempted to tap the interest of potential wrestling enthusiasts. fDirec'f0ry: page 2181 SOPHOMORE NT-Ii OPP. DEERFIELD . . 7 44 NILES NORTH . . 3 41 MAINE EAST . . 5 49 EVANSTON .... 0 48 MORTON EAST . . . 8 39 NILES EAST .... 6 41 HIGHLAND PARK . . 5 50 NORTH CHICAGO . . 15 38 PROVISO EAST . . . 3 45 WAUKEGAN . . . 0 60 OAK PARK .... 7 46 FRESHMAN NT-E oPP, OAK PARK . . I9 31 WAUKI-GAN . . . 18 38 PROVISO EAST . . . 18 34 NORTH CHICAGO . . 26 21 HIGHLAND PARK . . 10 40 NILES EAST .... 44 8 MORTON EAST . . 28 27 EvANSToN . . 21 35 ' MORTON EAST . . 21 30 l NILLS NoR'rH . . 13 39 1 DEERFIELD . . 18 30 Finding his opponent easy prey, heavyweight Jim Verville Wastes no time in his move for a takedown. tMeiw-1 Making strides With experienced performers in most events, and a strong showing from underclassmen, varsity indoor and outdoor track had an excellent season. Under Coach Ben Almaguer, the team fared well against such highly rated squads as Evanston and Moline, while showing great po- tential for next year. Although Tom Judge, star two-miler, was injured during the indoor season, sophomore Scott Luucking made New Trier a power in that event. Jere Hines, Jeff Stewart, and Rob Vihon posed a league threat in the mile. The combined efforts of Toby McLeod and Bruce Mullen in the half-mile, and Chris Kirkland and Chuck McGohey in the quarter, provided a well-rounded attack. From. the outset of the indoor season, the squad's diversity was proven by excellent performances from Brad Burch and Bill Blaze in the pole vault, junior hurdlers Scott Blackett and Jim McClure, Mike Martin in the broad jump, and sophomore highjumper Dennis McCann. Reflecting on fine seasons in both indoor and outdoor competition, freshman-sophomore Coach Rowland Hall evaluated this year's squad as having great success and po- tential. Dependable, outstanding athletes, as well as depth of consistent runners contributed to the success. Lucking, also on varsity, headed an impressive performance in the two-mile, while Dave Peters, Rich Rollins, Mark Evans, and Rick Weber dominated the mile. Showing great prom- ise in the half-mile event were Jack Sustman and Dwight Selby, with support from Pete Lane. Freshman John Watts, injured throughout the indoor season, returned to lead the outdoor squad in the quarter-mile. Coach Hall noted that the energetic turnout of freshmen forced an even greater effort from the promising sophomores. CDi- reclory: page 2215 i Above, seeking good form and maximum height, this vaulter strives to conquer one of the most dimcult events in indoor track. Below, capturing the first three places in the 50-yard dash, New Trier reflects its dominance of the sprints. fphotos by Howickl . t. W gin-1-.,, .Wi-a,w. Y ---we-2, www-lmmwm-Q-mwwv ::xs1xaMwew Five of New Trier's most consistent runners take advantage of a workout to gain endurance for the coming meet. tMeier5 In a pre-meet warm-up, varsity thinclad Bob Kingery exhibits the form that brought him consistent first places in both the shot-put and the discus. fHowickJ Green power Ar righl, all alone, a New Trier golfer reiiects upon the shot he is about to make. Below, Coach Tom Swarsen watches this varsity golfer take careful aim. CR01h, Kalmj Strong competition to make the starting five produced another excellent New Trier golf squad. Intrasquad matches were held each week to determine the starters for each meet. g'We had seven boys all trying for starting positions, and this motivated the starting five to really workf' said Coach Clinton Carlstrom, Leading the team were Jim Hirsch, Tim Murray, Peter Goldsmith, and Fred Schreyer with added support coming from George Handtmann, Jim Versino and a very promis- ing group of juniors. 4'We're stronger and more experi- enced than last yearas squad,', said Coach Carlstrom. Alf we can make -it past our tough district, we have a very good chance to take the state championshipf' On the local level, the Suburban League race was ex- pected to be a close one, as New Trier tried to regain the title after a two year dry spell. Said Coach Carlstrom, 'fWaukegan and Highland Park will be tough but we'll be right up there near the topf, The freshman-sophomore squad lacked the depth and ability of the varsity. Out of a total of 24 boys who made the team, Coach Tom Swarsen hoped to field a solid starting five. '4This is a different type of team than the Suburban League champions of the past two years. There is no real individual starf, said Coach Swarsen. 'glt will be a year of building and working, maybe a year of sur- prise." CDirect0ry.' page 2243 A New Trier batter powers one out of the picture. and out of the park. llvlilsonil ounds of success Again. as in past springs. the New Trier varsity baseball team found itself co-favorites to take thc Suburban League title with Morton East. Emerging undefeated after their first five games. the team showed the League that they were the ones to be reckoned with in the l970 season. The reason for their remarkable strength was the fine balance between their offense and defense. The team was batting a fantastic .307 after their first five games. This amazing team average was the result of the fine efforts put forth by seniors and juniors on the squad. On the senior level. centerficldcr Ned Greenberg. pitcher-shortstop Jim Douglass. and co-captain Pat O'Gara all contributed by batting over .300g while on the junior level. Steve Sholl and Ben Braun also hit over .300 Coach Ron Klein felt that defense was the strong point of his club and that it would be the defense that would carry them to the championships. His pitchers. juniors Bill Hattis and Rich Olson. and seniors Douglass and Chris Pfaff had a combined l.00 earned run average after the first tive games. The defense was also aided by in- fielders Donn Seidholz and Braun. and outfielder-pitcher Pfaff. The sophomores also showed promise as they won their first five games. Coach Richard Baldrini indicated that the team had the "three essential for winning baseball games: dependability. dedication. and desire. Baldrini felt that the team had a solid chance to go all the way if their pitching and defense continue in the same fashion as in the first portion of their schedule. The freshman team began their season with a 4-l record. losing only to Notre Dame. Though Coach Har- old Severns found it difficult to predict the scason's out- come, he did comment on the team's great potential. f Direcmry: page 2225 Senior lim Douglass hustles to back up an infielder who e xuldnt Hnd the handle on the ball, fA4il.WIIIIi i VARSH Y si- Dhl-,Rl-Il:LD . Paoviso tiftsi -1 Norm D,xMi . Nuts lifts: . . PRosPr.cT . . W.xt'K1oxN . . 4 Nurs li,xs'l . Pizoxiso lixsi . 5 HIcsil1xNDP'xRK SOPHOMORI-i si- Di-rRHLLo . HItilll.ANlJ Pixkk 6 No'rRi. DAM:-, . Nuts E.-tsl . 3 PRosPLCT . . W.'XllKlCifXN, . 5 Nurs Exsr . Pkoxiso East' . 20 PROVISO EAsT . At right, Ned Greenberg slides beneath a terri- fied New Trier West baseball player. Below, losing something on the way, Jim Douglass races for home after a teammate pounds out a hit. Bottom right, Bob Dix anticipates an early- season catch. CMeier, Meier, Milsoml A1 left, Chris Pfaff, only one of the many ex- cellent Indian hurlers, unloads a fastball against Prospect. Below, a New Trier batsman stands firm in defiance of zz blazing pitch. iWei.v.v. Meierl Tennis nets champs With a 5-0 win over Proviso, the varsity tennis team opened a. season marked by impressive victories. This kind of power was representative of the months of train- ing and practice required for a top-rate contender. One of the strongest squads in the state, the varsity showed a fine display of individual ability and retiected the depth needed for a Suburban. League champion. The ace of the team was junior Dave Brown, a varsity mainstay since his freshman year. Playing number one singles, his strong return and general line play proved es- sential in many victories. Exceptional performances from underclassmen Steve Montross, Andy McDowell, Steve Buerger, Jim Ware, Tom Dickson and seniors Gary Ham- ity, Ken Lans, and Barry Goldberg, provided needed depth. With the small number of seniors rounding out the varsity, little strength will be lost for next year. 'tWe have what it takes," said Coach Hughes Davis, "ability, and the experience to back it up? The freshman-sophomore team was one of the strong- est and most balanced squads to play on New Trier courts in many years. In the New Trier Invitational, Coach Ed Kahler pitted one of his lower ranked players against the number one opponent and still emerged with a close second. George Besant, Mark Carlson, and Glenn Golden compiled impressive records throughout the pro- ductive season. CDirecr0ry.' page 2231 An overpowering serve helped Dave Brown attain stardom in his junior year. fphorox by Rorhy VARSITY NT-E ow. MAINE SOUTH . . . 4 I Pkoviso EAST . . . 5 0 EVANSTON . . . 4 I NILES EAST ...,. 5 0 WAUKEGAN ..... 5 0 New Trier East placed first at New Trier East Invitational, second at Ev- anston Invitational, and first at New Trier East Triangular. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE NT-E ow. MAINE SOUTH . . . 5 0 LAKE FOREST . . . 4 I Pnoviso EAST . . . 5 0 EVANSTON , . . 5 0 NILES EAST ..... 5 0 WAUKEGAN ..... 5 0 New Trier East placed second at Ai'- lington Invitational. New lirier's number one doubles team shows the teamwork that made it one of the strongest twosomes in the state. Steve Montross makes Z1 difficult hzickhand shot while partner Jim Ware anticipates the enemy return. fKlll1IIVi ., ' ' ,1 if S I A is .5 xi .2 ,. , o Q 4 ii i , A W--m........,,,,,,, Vzirsily aces Gary Hamity and Andy McDowell prove that keeping your eye on the hull is the key to huckhzinti success. flffllll, Kulinj Indian Wallop Due to the help of many football players, the lacrosse team showed tremendous growth in its third season. Formerly an eastern college sport, lacrosse has in recent years begun to flourish in the Midwest. The vicious style of play brought many enthusiasts out for the sport. To keep pace with the growing turnout, New Trier increased its schedule to IO games. Two colleges, and such teams as New Trier West, Oak Park, and Evanston gave the Indi.ans strong competition. Coach James McFadzean was impressed by both the spirit and quality of play, saying, "Most boys when they are young play football, basketball, and baseball. That is why we have such great players in these sports. It is even more amazing that the play is so good in lacrosse when most of these boys had not even heard of the sport until three years agof' Leading the Indian attack was all-state football star Bruce Williamson, who played aggressively at midfield throughout the season. Defensively, the fine performances of Buck Becker, Pete Gundlach, and Ed Jablonski pro- tected the net, so that goalie Bob Downing was rarely test- ed. Dave Robertson and Vic Abnee both proved to be prolilic scorers and highlighted a potent offense. Mr. Ike Schillereff was responsible for teaching the underclassmen how to play lacrosse. His excellent coach- ing was important in giving young players skills that will be helpful for the future. CDirect0ry.' page 2191 In leaping high to net a pass. Jeff Hoellerich leaves himself open to a charging Doug Schaff. tHow1'ckj Two players portray the violent one-on-one competition that often occurs on a lacrosse held. tHnwick3 Indians anxiously await the start of play during a varsity scrim mage. tflowickj -f if: 1' . .1 fl.. in 5.21 ,tlnlxr 1, , Goalie Bob Ricketts raises his stick in preparation for an easy save. fHawickJ beautiful future Gymnasts ignore the tensions of competition in an intramural meet as they concentrate only on Hawless performances. Qliazonj Above, the best Pop Wins at the Daddy-Daughter Gym Jam, At right, mittens are for warmth and stuffing with Christmas goodies. tWebh, Scrhulnzazzj GAA after school dance gives dancers an opportunity to perfect their balance and body movement. tSc'l111lnmr1J Have you ever wondered why there are so many good looking girls at New Trier? Of course, natural beauty helps, but a good physical condition is important also. GAA offers girls the opportunity to improve their bodies while they enjoy participating in sports. Both individual and interscholastic activities such as basketball. volley- ball, hockey, and tennis are offered each day after school to any interested girl. This year the tennis team did ex- ceptionally well, taking the Suburban League champion- ship. Although GAA is associated primarily with sports, there are many other activities in which it is involved. This year the Christmas project was a mitten drive for the underprivileged children at the West Side Christian Parish. Also, the board and reps went caroling at the Evanston Community Hospital. Another important event was Poppy Power, the Daddy-Daughter Gym Jam. 'Highly successful, it gave girls the opportunity to test their father's athletic skills. Team games, relays, and a skit highlighted the evening. The big event this year, the water ballet, came late in April. The entire production was choreographed and performed by the advanced swimmers and 20 other girls. A change in the constitution proved to be a major step this year for GAA. Now, since every girl in the school is a member, it is apparent that the new officers can look forward to even more participation and enthusiasm in the upcoming year. CDirec'Ior,v.' page 2283 Miss Molby instructs prima donnas ot' the pool in the intricacies of water ballet. lWebl2l A sporting chance An era came to an end this year when New Trier's first gymnasium, was torn down. In recent years this building provided the major portion of Intramural's facilities. The loss of the gym made this a year of transition for IM and prompted it to develop new programs and policies suita- ble to a different situation. With the reduction in space, IM was forced to limit its activities. Some individual sports were reduced in scope, while others were eliminated entirely, Basketball was compelled to move to the fall period. Despite these difliculties, IM succeeded in maintaining a high standard of maximum participation. Team sports held their own in participation, and individual programs exceeded all expectations. With this surge in interest, IM introduced several new sports, including tug-of-war, push- ball, and co-ed softball. Student director of IM, Bob Miodonski, summed up the year by saying, "The loss of our facilities was more than made up for by the participa- tion we received," But not only did IM succeed in maintaining a program which could accommodate all participants, it also empha- sized a continuing improvement in the quality of its pro- grams. An energetic IM board constantly searched for newer and better ways to run traditional programs. Bob Miodonski evaluated the year as one in which "every boy had the opportunity to enjoy a full and exciting year of sports competition," fDirec't0ry.' page 2255 Another Pancho Gonzales is in the making during an IM Frank- lin Merit tennis match. tRo1l1J wh Y , gigs, 7 , K W 1 ,Mi k,.,tk I, -fffvasuun4.:j..,, ' V I ' , 2 if-if Co-ed softball players exhibit unique form in all areas. lSIIIIll'- goni Despite double-teaming hy his fellow board members. Pete Wessel manages to sink a crucial lay-up in an intra-board match. tM4'iw'J Oblivious to the changes that have taken place. IM board members work in familiar surroundings. ilflllllll Slashing at an opponent's return in IM action. Dave Shapiro erupts in a rare display of violence. fWebhl Athletic responsibility New Trier sports service organizations combined ath- letic ability with responsibility. Through the gym leaders and swimming guard, students could lend their unique talents to the school and community. Although unrewarded for their work, the gym leaders performed an indispensable task for the gymnastics and physical education programs. These gymnastics assistants provided the basic instruction in gymnastic routines while maintaining an outstanding safety record. The success of the gym leaders was in part responsible for a consistently high interest in the sport. The swimming guard organization provided the main support for the swimming program which has been one of the finest in the state. Offering instruction not only to physical education classes, but also to community swim- ming groups, the guard encouraged the development of community interest in the competitive aspect of swim- ming, "Without the guardf' sponsor Dave Robertson noted, "there would be a lesser number of children on the North Shore who would be able to enjoy the rewards of swimming." CDireCr0ry.' page 2269 Gym leaders use tender loving care in helping a potential gym nast off the still rings. tMeierJ 1 inf E fri W.. VY 1 D051 With a cheerful smile and a pat on the back, New Trier guards profide beginning swimmers with assurance and confidence necessary to make the first plunge. iAlll1!'I,lSSl Seniors . .... page 113 Administration and Faculty page 148 Underclassmen . . . . . . page 160 Leadership and Service .... Performing Arts . . . . . . . Communications . . . . . . Athletics Patrons... Index . . page 184 page 193 page 200 page 209 page 230 page 231 DAVE WUNBIQRU President The Class of 1970 ANNu BUT1.1iR Vice-President JANE WILLIAMS Secretary QW 9'1- Douu SCllAl"lf Treasurer Victor A. Abnee lll Diane M. Abrahamson Katherine Ellen Abrams Lila Abu-Lughod Arthur H. Adcock William P. Addis Diane Florence Adler Peter Kimball Agnew Christine M. Allen F. Denby Allen Kendal E. Andersen Beth E. Anderson Charles S. Anderson Peter E. Anderson Jeffrey S. Andruss Laurie Kirkpatrick Anger David Apatofl Lise Apatoff Michael G. Arden Dale Arnold Dean George Assimos Judith Diane Augdahl Larry Scott Avrech Kirken N. Babagian Susan Janet Bailey Cynthia A. Bain Stephen W. Baird Paul Baldovin Michael E. Ball Judy Ann Bamberger Scott A. Barber Robert Christopher Barchiesi Charles Buford Barenbrugge Henry Marshall Barnes Sandra Lee Barrett Milena Barrios-Angulo Lon William Barton Victoria Marguerite Baugher James William Baylor Deborah L. Beardsley John J. Beck Howard Becker Joan E. Begley Paul A. Beiersdorf Avrum Philip Belzer' 4"'3-'I' Ann M. Bengtson Russell A. Bennett Gray G. Benoist Jerlrey W. Benton Rodney Jason Berg Roy A. Berlin Charles H. Berman Elizabeth L. Berman Sam M. Berngard Thomas S. Berz Steven Beutelspacher Michelle Beucher Denise Chyrell Bey Robert F. Biekel Robert W. Biederman Susan E. Birnbaum Steven D. Black Guy R. Blair Janet Virginia Blair Jeanne Marie Blaisdell Alan R. Blake Christina Blake David A, Blau William L. Blaze Elizabeth M. Bloch Stephanie Ann Bloss Deborah L. Bodeen Nicole Bonagura Steven B, Bono Terry Bonynge Kathe L. Borre Mary Gene Boudart Patricia Lynn Braband Sara Jean Braet Ellen Sue Brandfon Russell Thornton Bransford Jacquelyn R. Braun A. C. Liliana Brenes Michael F. Brennan Laurel Jane Bridges Melissa M. Bridges Noel Wendell Allen Brooks William T, Broten Jody Lynn Brott Randi Merideth Brown Linda M. Bruce Shellee A. Brumbaugh Thomas W. Bryant III Jill Leslie Buckner Sandra Buflington Christine M.. Bulkeley Martha Anne Bunting Linnea Margaret Burnette Nancy Bush Rick Carl Bush Anne W. Butler Connie Ann Butterworth Mary Ellen Cahn Elizabeth H. Cameron Robert A. Camras John M. Carey James R. Carlson Kathleen N. Carp William Louis Carpenter Charles M. Carrington Michael Hill Carruth John B. Carver Donald E. Casey Jr. Charles Castino Amy Theresa Cawley Deborah C. Cederberg Pamela J. Cellier Barbara Charone Katie Cherry Emily Karen Cheslow Henry M. Cicerale Susan Ellen Clark Jessie Lynn Cohen Stuart Arthur Cohn Susan L. Colby James M. Cole Kim Ellen Cole Rod Craig Christopher J. Cramer Kim Marie Crawford Marie E. Cristiano Jill Ann Cronberg Arie Steven Crown Christopher F. Csar Lloyd H. Culbertson Bernard W. Cullen Ruth K. Cummings Elizabeth P. Curtis Michael Scott Cutler Michael R. Cuttie Linda Susan Dahl Robert F. Dahlheim Molly Cole Peter T. Collins Christopher Colmar Cathy Margaret Compton James Steven Condrin Michael J. Connolly Monee Connor Frank Considine Gail Converse Bruce Cook Edward D. Corboy Jr, John Christian Corcoran Evan William Cornog Carolyn G. Cornyn John Charles Corradini Elizabeth A. Correa Jean Marie Corvine Jennie Elaine Cox Susan E. Cox . Laura Mary Coyle David Steven Danby Marguerite David Deborah Jean Davidson James D. Davidson Richard B. Dearborn Jr. David P. DeForest Christine Dellard Patrick F. Dembski Dayle F. Dcrning Frederica J. deVos Lanny deVuono David P. DeWolf Alison Diehl Veronica Dierker Sheri Lynn Diettrich Victoria J. Dill Brian M. Dillon Claudia Ellen Dim Angie L. Dixon Carol Marie Dodds Nancy J. Dodge Ellen Donaldson Nancy Lynn Dorrer James C. Douglass Robert A. Downing William R. Downs Maureen Ann Doyle Patricia L. Drake Nicole Elena Dreiske Michael H. Drell Franklin Louis Drew Christopher A. Ducey Sarah Duncan James H. Dunton Lisa K. Dworkin Janet F. Eagan Melissa C. East Michael Edson Mary E. Eggert Steven F. Eichengreen John Eidmann Denise Eldridge Robert J. Elisberg Peggy L. Elliott Holly E. Ellison Doris J. Elliey Brian Joseph Elmore Warren G, Ely .lean Endre Cori Engelmann Naney .loan Epstein Cindy Erickson Barbara Ann Ernst Conrad Eustis Elizabeth Everitt Allyn M. Evers Mark W. Fairfield David W. Fairman Ronald M. Fajerstein Frank R. Farr Martin Fefer Linda A. Feigenheimer Kevin Joseph Ferguson Joseph Ferretti Linda Fine Mary J. Fisher Michael Kim Fitzgerald Emily Loughran Foley Mary S. Foster Caroline Joy Foulke Geoffrey L. Fox Mieaela Fox Stuart Fox Charles E. Frank Stephen A. Frazier Bruce E. Freed Patricia A. Freehling Steven David Freud Jo Freudenheim Kina Frid Donald R. Friedman Stephanie M. Friefield Julie Friend Denise Frissell Sarah Margaret Fritz P. J. Fuhrman Dean K. Galloway Katherine C. Galloway John B. Garcia Michelle Gardner Joseph A. Gareis Veronica F. Gautier Herbert R. Gefvert Barbara Geittmann Paula J. Gerden Alison S. Gerrie Sally Gibert Leigh R. Gignilliat Ruth Katherine Gion Patric N. Giordano Mark D. Gleason Douglas Jay Goddard Barry R. Goldberg Bruce Jay Goldberg Peter H. Goldsmith Judith Robin Goldstein Pamela Goodman Jessie C. Goodpasture Charles M. Gordon Jonathan M. Gordon Richard Gordon Robert B. Gore David M. Gott Harry Holder Grace III iffy re' ,Www W, 3 Z M Y Qs Se X ig? ' Q Robert P. Gray Jr. Cornelia C. Green Stephen Gilmer Green Ill Ned Greenberg Sully J. Gressens Frederick Grieshuber June C. Grigg David C. Grinnell Brent Gross Cathy Marie Grossman Richard Grossman Thomas .l. Guidarelli Peter B. Gundlaeh Mary Gutekanst John C. Guyot if 3 we C J Q Q Jody Marie Haus Mari Beth Haus Karen Marie Huigh Alan Hale Andrew Donald Hall Christopher Emerson Hall Madeline J. Hall Tracy Chase Hall Kyle Hallsteen Charles S. Hamilton Gary Hamity Monica C. Hammond Michael C. Handlon George E. Handtmann Amy E. Hannon John B. Harms Steve M. Harms Bethany Ann Harned Laura Harris William R. Harris Burton F. Harrison Mary Josephine Han William G. Hart Kim Lynnette Hartman Sara Harvey Sandra L. Hassenauer Philip D. Hattis Bennett L. Hauenstein Carol Ann Hawes Eileen Marie Healy Thomas P. Healy Jr. G. Kevin Hebson James Ronald Hedges Mary L. Hedges Christine Krez Helmer Shelley Henriksen Barry S. Herbert James G. Herbert Peter S. Herman Debra Herold James M. Herrmann Charles D. Heuer Carolyn L. Heyn Sallie C. Higgins Jerome L. Hines James L. Hirsch Milton C. Hirsch Richard C. Hoell Colleen Ann Hogan J are Maureen L. Hurley Alison Anne Ickes Elizabeth Ingersoll John Lanning lsham Marcia Lynn Ismond Veronica E. Jablonski Nigel A. Jacks Elaine Marie Jacobs Pirjo Margit Jaske Pamela Jean Jeracki Craig E. Johnsen Andy Johnson Barbara J. Johnson Barbara L. Johnson David Glenn Johnson Eloise Antoinette Johnson Mary Patricia Johnson Nancy E. Johnson Patricia Jane Johnson Philip A. Johnson Marjorie Anne Holton Daniel Homer Cynthia D. Hopkins Marcia R. Horky Margaret A. Horn Caroline F. Horstman Denise D. Howard Joseph A. Howard Michael A. Howland William H. Hoyt Steve Hubachek Thomas E. Huff John C. Hughes James H. Humphrey Robert J. Humphrey :fp Richard Herman Johnson Spencer S. Johnson Peter J. Jonas Angela Gaye Jones Mary R. Jones Steven Terence Jones John Jorgensen Thomas Jove Thomas P. Judge Wallace W. Kaehler Evalynn Joy Kaplan James E. Kaplan Jr. Michael R. Karp Scott Karstenson Donald R. Katz Andrew B. 'Kauffmann Elizabeth M. Kauss Charles L. Keever Raymond John Kehoe Karen Kelleher Susan Dee Keller Gail Thomas Kelley Bruce D. Kelly Kevin Kelly Bob Kelly Stephen P. Kelly Gwenyth C. Kenyon Urs Kern Lucille Kerr Nicholas A. Kershaw Robin L. Kilimnik John F. Kilner James D. Kimling Marcia Ann King William King IV wa Robert Kingery James J. Kirchheimer Kathy Kishner John P. Kissane Peter R. Kjellberg Laura Klee Leslie E. Knoop Peter B. Knupfer James B. Koch Laurie J. Kohlberg Paul D. Koller Karen Louise Kominek Stanley F. Korth William J. Kosick Jill Mi. Kotler Kathryn J. Kovalcik Patricia Kratz Patricia M. Krueger Reuben L. Krugly Thomas Forester Kuenzel Sara Kuhli Richard A. Kuhn Leora Kuttner Sandra June LaFave Linda J. Laird John Owen Lanahan Calista Joy Landiield Wendy J. Lang Kenneth Lans Joseph Paul Larmee James Craig Laser John Patrick Lau Carol Marie Lavin Michael Louis Leaf Bruce J. Leanse Leslie Lee Ronald David Lee William E. Lerseh Mary Leslie Peter A. Letourneau David S. Levin Lisa Nancy Levinson Victoria J. Lewis Waldemar A. Lichmira Robert Alan Lieberman Nancy E. Lillard Peter J. Lindenberger Laura S. Litten Patricia Lloyd L Lei-Chu Lorine Maria Lindsay L. Lochn1an l Elizabeth Phillips Lochridgc James W. Loewenherz Susan Dudley Lothrop William Henry Lowe Edward R. Lowndes Jeffrey B. Lund Lindsey Ann Lund David, Lundberg Susan Jane Lyon Gordon MacArthur Mary MacArthur Mary Catherine Mack Ann Blair' Mackey Janet Lynn Mackie Candace Madden Paula J. Maier Mary Kay Mals Debra Joy Manchester Lawrence C. Mandel Peter Lewis Mann Vicki Suzanne Marcus Daniel Margoliash Gary A. Marks George Martin Gerald R. Martin Marilyn Martin Daniel, S. Marver Elisa Karen Maselli Judith Louise Mass Peter K. Mast Mark C. Matthews Jonathan D. May Linda Catherine May Marty N. Mazur Laurie Jean McBride Nancy A. McBride bf- 4......,.y 'Q ,ff -mr' of Tish McCaleb Melissa Lyn McCallum Kim McCann Catherine H. McClain Sallie R. McClure Judith Anne McCully Thomas E. McEachron Joan D. McElin Thomas C. Mcllwee Kathy MeKah:1n Gary D. McLaughlin David A. McNally Jennifer Alison McNerney Bridget Andrea McNulty Marian Elizabeth McOuiddy William R. Meier Judy Meikle William E. Mensinga Sarah K. Mero Michael Methe Scott A. Mctriek Cynthia C. Meyers Martin K. Michel Mitchell Lee Midday Leslie J. Millenson Gwendolyn E. Miller Mark Miller Anne Millikin David P. Millikin Michael Boyd Milsom Nell Minow Robert J. Miodonski Jim Mohrman Jack Louis Moline George H. Moloney llI Susan W. Moore Thomas L. Moran Nancylou Mary Morgan Catherine Morris Dottie Morris Andrew P. Morrow Edwin A. Moss Dolores Carol Muente Lawrence H. Muesing ll Mary Janet Muir Bruce P. Mullen Kimberley Ann Mulder Herbert P. Muller Peter Munk Thomas G. Murphy Frances Ann Murray Timothy M. Murray David Charles Murtaugh Linda Naugler Edward Nealon Cynthia C. Nelson Reed W. Neuman Timothy R. Neuman Thomas Benjamin Newcomb Kelly Marie Newton Hugh J. Nicol James L. Nortrup Carol E. Novak Erie F. O'Briant Douglas P. O'Brien William James O'Brien Jr Lillian Marie O'Connell Jane O'Donne1l Patrick O'Gara Nancy J. O'Keefe Mark Andrew 0lson Nancy Anne O'Neil Teresa Ann O'Rourke Nancy L. Owens Rita Anne Pachauri Julie Packer Peter Scott Paine Michael S. Pancoe Laurie Parcell Gregory Thomas Parker Mark B. Parshall Harry A. Pattison Susan R. Peabody Michael V. Peacock Bonnie A. Pearson Debra Perry Edward A. Petersen Richard Jeilrey Petty Christopher S. Pfaif Claude Daniel Phillips ll David C. Pierson Linda Alice Pierson Michael S. Pietroski Michael Joseph Pinkowski Robert S. Pirruccello Nancy Anne Plochman Jeri L. Poe Susan Jean Pollak Laura E. Ponder John Cooper Pottage Janis Elizabeth Powers John R. Poyser 1V Linda Carol Prassas Robert A. Price Dave Pritchard Ronald G. Prochnow Nancy E. Prussian Ann B. Puller Pia A. Raggi William L. Randall Jr. Otto S. Randolph Vicki Lee Rankin Mary Joan Rechel John Arlington Redding II Michael H. Rees Katherine T. Reimers Steven W. Reinisch I . NE f ii ev . .H f 3,5 fc im A 5? ,gif-fe if i 9 We ig - 'f n ei 's sf fysliip . - .A i , gi1f:1 ,1 Mary Pat Rennolds William D. Rennolds Jennifer L. Rensch Deborah Lynn Rhode Caryn Lee Rich Kathleen A. Richardson Deborah Joy Richter Paul Bernard Ringel Rita M. Rivard Mark Alan Robbins Amy Elizabeth Roberts Judith Ashley Roberts William S. Robinson Carolyn Abbye Rodgers Jerilyn Rogin Andy H. Rosen Bruce G. Rosenthal Brian D. Rosenwald Pauline Ross Robert R. Roth Robin Merrie Rowell Vicki Ann Russo Ann B. Sale Tucapel E. Salinas David M. Saltz Barbara Ann Salzenstein Paul H. Samuels Jo-Amrah Sangster Diane R. Saphir Antonio R. Sarabia Elinor Carolyn Saunders Dale S. Savit Ann Jeanette Sayre P. Douglas Schaff Bruce D. Schennum Paul Barry Scherr Lauri Scheyer Pamela Ann Schilling Eric H. Schindeler Jennifer E. Schlueter Harold J. Schmidt Linda Schmitt Marc Bleser Schnake John David Schnell Don C. Schoonover Gail Ann Schopen Mark E. Schriver Martha Sue Schulman Dale Lynn Schultz T. C. Schuttler Kathryn J. Schwartz Susan Jane Schwenn Marilyn J. Schwietert Charles Ward Seabury ll Jennefer Pepin Sebstad Craig A. Sethness David H. Shapiro Kathy Shaw Doreen A. Shea David Shearon lll Jean Elizabeth Shedd Steven Shelley Victoria L. Shepard Rosemary Eileen Sherman Steven L. Sider Patricia C. Siebert Jay Sterling Silver James Raoul Simmons Sally Ann Sincroft Katrina Singsen Jeraldine Jean Sitz Sally Slingerland Edward William Smith III Ken Smith Therese A. Smith Valerie Windsor Smith Barbara Lee Smithers Janet L. Snover Corkey Margaret Snyder Joel Edward Solomon Stuart Philip Sondheimer Dorothy Anne Spates Christine Speaker Frank Arthur Spies Arthur Spiess Andrew L. Spivack Nancy Dana Stahl Douglas M. Starnes Barbara M. Stearns John L. Steffen Eileen E. Stenquist Craig Schudson Stern Ellen Marcia Stern Peter Alan Stern Jeffrey B. Stewart John D. Stewart James S. Stickles Carl Lester Stine Steven J. Stitgen William A. Stoehr Emily E. Stoker James K. Stone Deborah M. Stonehouse Christine Strobe Roxanne C. Strobe Kirby S. Strohm Robert R. Strom Marea Jeanne Stuhr Brian Sullivan Suzanne L. Sullivan James D. Summers lll Kenneth S. Suslick Scott C. Sustman Gayle Marie Swan Donald J. Swanson Michael A. Swarzman Peter B. Switzer Elyse S. Tager Charmaine Adell Tam Geoffrey E. Tam Jeffrey W. Taylor Mark B. Tefft Shelley Elizabeth Telfer Christopher Anne Templeton Robin Noel Terry Robert Loyal Tershel Nancy Kay Teton Medwin Elise Textor Jeffrey R. Thomas Madolyn G. Thomas Ronald James Thomas Carol Kathleen Thornburg Barbara Thrall Belinda Susan Tisch Ann Todhunter Terri Ann Tomlinson Antonio B. Torres Josef John Towner John Eaton Townsend Jr. Bruce S. Tranen Steve Tremayne Pamela E. Trenkmann Sarah Lee Trobaugh Susan Trossman David Tucker Sally Wardvvell Andrew G. Warfield Frank Burtis Watkins Peter W. Watson Steven C. Watts William W. Watts Sue Wayne John F. Webb Bruce M. Weber Steven L. Weil Thomas J. Weil David B. Weinberg Craig C. Weinbrenner Lee Ann Weislow Louis A. Weiss Paul S. Wessel Peter C. Wessel Kenneth A. West Charles B. Westfall III Ellen Louise Weston Eadie Jane Wetzel Diane Lurie Wexler Lynn E. Wheelan Elinor M. White Jane Gordon White Elizabeth Turley Robert M. Twilling Jody C. Ungerleider Patricia Lynn Vail James P. Versino Robert Sheldon Vihon Nancy Elizabeth Vranek Laurence J. Wade Gloria J. Wallish Janet P. Walradt Kathy Lee White T. O. White ll William J. White David Whitney Jack N. Whitt Bonita Louise Widran Katrina Tadema-Wielandt Raymond Paul Wiggers Jr. David Garland Wilkins Joann Wilkins 1 Q-v iff ir: Joseph L. Wilkinson Mark R. Willhoite Jane L. Williams Bruce A. Williamson William Willis Blair Wilson James K. Wilson Lindsay B. Wilson Richard Turner Wilson Karen S. Wire Richard Alan Wiscomb Andrea H. Wolfson Heather Ann Wolin Susan M. Wood Danielle L. Woodbridge Gerard Harris Woodbury Thomas Leigh Woodbury Vera Gene Woolman June F. Woolson Sarah E. Wright Kevin Wynkoop .leflrey A. Yablong Drusilla Ann Yohe Yuichi Yoshimi lfred J. Young lll Gary Schuyler Young Gary W. Young Patricia Ann Young Nancy Ann Youngdahl Robert J. Zastrow Paul O. Zelinsky Robert G. Zengeler John D. Zimmerman Jane Anne Zopp Mary Elizabeth Freeman .f.mus.nm.n1,, 2 . Several members of the senior Class were unable to be pictured in this section. Leslie Brooks and Wendy Wal- baum were registered as absentee pupils. Thomas Sea- man. Steven Swenson. and Norman Vance were studying in Sweden under the Rotary International Foreign Ex- change Program. Lyrique Hughes was in Japan Linder the same program. SENIOR GIRLS' ADVISERS-9 FIRST ROW: Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Paulick, Mrs. Derry, Miss Hamilton tChmn.J, Mrs. Wag- ner. Mrs. Dupee. REAR: Miss Nordblom, Mrs. Keith, Mrs. Clader. Mrs. Ewing, Mrs. Zeig- ler, Mrs. Campbell. Miss Clen- dening. ABSENT: Mrs. Mar- mel. Mrs, Pink. SENIOR BOYS' ADVISERS- FIRST ROW: Mr. Smith, Mr. McDowell, Mr. Bell, Mr. Hoyt, Dr. Johnston, Mr. Applebaum, Mr. Dickman. REAR: Mr. Ward, Mr. Wellington fChmn.J, Mr. Ellis, Mr. Schilleretf, Mr. Frey. Mr. Bosshart, Mr. Peter- son. SENIOR GIRLS' STEERING COMMITTEE--FIRST ROW: O'Rourke, Miller, Jones, Bush, Meyers, White. REAR: Tur- ley, Kotler. Charone. Apatoff, Maselli. SENIOR BOYS' STEERING COMMITTEE--FIRST ROW: Jonas. Solomon, Sarabia. Wein- berg, Bennett, Crown, Kilner. SECOND: Harms, REAR: Sustman. Hart. Schafl, Kued- zel. Seabury, Savit. Saltz Frank.. 'Y A ,,,,h ,LL, gg- Q Q 'II :A O: Vvvhl, ef' F 'buf . BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Seabury, Hoell, Pan- coe, Elisberg, Hirsch, Taylor, Murray, Goddard, Lowe, Brooks Schaff, Howard, Bono, Samuels. SECOND: Saltz, Zelinsky, Sus: lick, Blau, Millikin, Beiersdorf, T. Neuman, Hoyt, Miller, Eustis Hattis, Tranen, Jeff Stewart, Abnee, Frank. THIRD: Marver, Hauenstein, Vihon, Wessel, Sider, Goldsmith, Brewer, Yablong, John Stewart, Solomon, Metrick, O'Gara, Edson, Kuhn, Randolph FOURTH: Cornog, Zimmerman, Mandel, Marks, C. Hall, Wis- GIRLS' HONOR-FIRST ROW: Mass, Eldridge, Ross, Sayre Maier, Henriksen, Keller, Woolson, Coyle, Shea, Teton, Lewis McCully, Scheyer. SECOND: Abrams, Cole, Richter, Todhunt- er, Wilkins, Baugher, Barrios, Lochridge, Gressens, Manchester, Rhode, Dreiske, Schultz, Kotler, Pollak, Minow. THIRD: Lo- throp, Dellard, Herold, Wolin, N. Johnson, Shedd, Lloyd, Kishner, Moore, Raggi, Schulman, Wright, Cederberg, Blair, Maselli s - H f ,,. 1: ly, comb, Munk, Humphrey, Freed, Corradini, Peacock, Homer, Lar- mee, Paine, Collins, Sarabia. FIFTH: Goldberg, Spiess, Fried- man, Dembski, Redding, Kauffmann, Biederman, Kilner, Miodons- ki, A. Hall, Zastrow, Benton, DeForest, Schoonover. SIXTH: R. Neuman, Parshall, Gore, Herbert, Apatolf, Eidmann, Carruth, Pottage, Young, Gundlach, Knupfer, Petersen, Galloway. REAR: Lanahan, Strom, Pfaff, Blaze, Fajerstein, I. Thomas, Watts, Bar- chiesi, R. Thomas. FOURTH: Rodgers, Bailey, Bain, Smithers, O'Connell, Stern, Green, Clarke, MacArthur, O'Rourke, Ungerleider, Anger, Drake, Youngdahl, White, Galloway. FIFTH: Cameron, P. Johnson, Ingersoll, Rensch, Frietield, Packer, Lo, Fine, Laird, Kelleher, Augdahl, Arnold, Nelson, Lang, Davidson. REAR: Ellzey, Ham- mond, Bunting, McClure, Turley, Martin, Cheslow, Boudaxt, Wil- son, Hawes, Corvine. NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS-Blake, Cheslow, Friedman, Gressens, Gundlach, Kilner, Lans, Munk Newcomb Spiess Suslick Westfall Whitney Zelinsky. ABSENT: Freed, Freudenheim, Gerden, Seaman, Swenson, Vance. NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION WIN- NERS-Victor A. Abnee, Katherine E. Adams, Peter E. Anderson, Judy A. Bamberger, Avrum P. Belzer, David A. Blau, Mary G. Boudart, Russell Bransford, Randi M. Brown, Laurie H. Burnett, Mary Ellen Cahn, Stuart A. Cohn, Peter T. Collins, Evan W. Cornog, Christopher Cramer, Alison Diehl, Robert A. Downing, Nicole E. Dreiske, Michael M. Edson, Stephen A. Frazier, Patric N. Giordano, Peter H. Goldsmith, Robert B. Gore, Bruce Grohsgal, Andrew D. Hall, Philip D. Hattis, Bennett Hauenstein, Charles D. Heuer, Jerome L. Hines, Daniel Homer, Caroline Horstman, Marcia L. Ismoud, Peter J. Jonas, Kathryn J. Kovalcik, John Lanahan, Wendy J . Lang, Ronald D. Lee, William H. Lowe, Daniel Margoliash, Elisa K. Maselli, Peter K. Mast, David P. Millikin, Jack L. Moline, Dolores C. Muente, Timothy M. Murray, Timothy R. Neuman, Patrick T. O'Gara, Mark B. Parshall, Otto S. Randolph, David M. Saltz, Bruce D. Schennum, Paul Schulze, Steven L. Sider, John D. Stewart, Brian Sullivan, Scott C. Sustman, Robert M. Twilling, William W. Watts, Bruce M. Weber, David B. Weinberg, Peter C. Wessel, Lindsay B. Wilson, Jeffrey A. Yablong, Fred J. Young, Robert J. Zastrow. MR. PAUL C. GOODRICH Assistant Superintendent MR. WILLIAM J. COOK Assistant Superintendent DR. LEONARD C. SCHWEITZER Acting Assistant to DR. WILLIAM H. CORNOG, Superintendent Superintendent Administration BOARD OF EDUCATION-FIRST ROW: Mrs. Edgar C. Corry, Mr. Robert V. Guelich, Mr. John Boylston. REAR: Dr. Edward J. Sparling, Mr. Seymour L. Gale, Mr. Lawrence W. Gougler. AB- SENT: Mr. M. Stanley Hughey. MR. RALPH G. MCGEE Principal MR. DAVID W, GUSTAFSON Assistant Principal MR. ERWIN A. WRINGARTNER Dean of Students MR. GEORGE A. BABIGIAN Business Manager Administrative staff ROBERT E. LARSEN Office Manager MRS. RUTH T. SCOBIE Adm. Asst. for Information ROBERT R. PIRSEIN ITV Coordinator ROBERT T. GOBER Attendance Officer MISS LOUISE G. HAMILTON Senior Girls' Adviser Chairman KENNETH WELLINGTON Senior Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. SUE J. LENARD Junior Girls' Adviser Chairman ROBERT L. GOULD Junior Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. DOROTHY J. GWYNN Sophomore Girls' Adviser Chairman EDWARD P. ELLIOTT Sophomore Boys' Adviser Chairman MISS BLANCHE M. VEACH Freshman Girls' Adviser Chairman LAWRENCE C. IRWIN Freshman Boys' Adviser Chairman J. WILLIAM GANNAWAY College Guidance B. RANDOLPH PITTS College Guidance MRS. DONNA J. ORCUTT College Guidance WILLARD G. RUDIGER Coordinator of Student Counseling MRS. MARY LOUISE GLEASON Bookstore Manager MISS LOUISE HOLZINGER Registrar MRS. DOROTHY S. BALCOM Psychologist CARL J. LUNDQUIST Director of Testing MRS. HILDA BRUNO Special Education CLINTON CARLSTROM Technical Arts CARL CLADER Science ROY E. ETNYRE Director of Athletics MISS WINIFRED GAHAGAN Speech and Drama RICHARD F. HANOREN School Social Work MISS DOROTHY JOHNSON Library MR. ROBERT E. KUENNEN Art CHARLES LAUER Boys' Physical Education RODNEY J. LEVERENTZ Mathematics Department heads JOSEPH W. MCCLOSKEY English Curriculum Coordinator MRS. MARY IDA MCGUIRE English JOHN H. MULLINER Reading LEO H. NEUMAN Driver Education MISS EVELYN W. PATTERSON Classics WILLIAM J . PETERMAN Performing Arts MRS. BETTY G. QUICK Home Economics JOHN W. RAU Business Education MISS GERALDINE A. RYBERG Girls' Physical Education MRS. GENEVIEVE SAVAGE Health Service BAILEY W. SHEARER Social Studies GORDON W. JENSEN Modern Languages Facult and staff STANLEY M. ACKERMAN Music BENJAMIN G. ALMAGUER Spanish MRS. GERTRUDE W. ALTER Office Stall' MISS CAREY J. AMMERMAN Girls' Physical Education MRS. AIMEE P. ANDERSON Records Office MISS FRANCES J. ANDERSON Music MRS. JANE? B. ANDERSON Latin THOMAS E. ANDERSON Mathematics ROBERT S. AI'IfI.EHADM Chemistry BARRY I-. AXELROD ITV Producer. Director RICHARD J. BALDRINI Boys' Physical Education MORRIS BAREEIELD Mathematics FREDERICK A. BARNEY Boys' Physical Education MISS BONNIE L. BEACH Girls' Physical Education MRS. ELIZABETH G. BEANE Library ROBERT B. BELI. Chemistry JAMES A. BELLANCA English JOIIN J. BENSON Mathematics MISS JUDITH F. BERNSTEIN Girls' Physical Education MISS BONNIE V. BIETTERMAN Girls' Physical EdIIcati0n MRS. HENRIETTE H. BISHOP Business Education MRS. NAOMA W. BOSSHART English ROIIERT F. BOSSHART Mathematics WII.I.IAM J. BOYD Speech, Debate RICHARD L, BOYER English ROBERT R. BOYLE English MISS MARJORIE BREDEHORN Social Studies JAMES T. BRINK Social Studies MISS RHODA E. BROWN Mathematics WILLARD BRUHN Maintenance Foreman MISS RUTH M. BULLOCK Library MRS. ESTHER BURNS Social Studies PETER W. BURNSIDE Boys' Physical Education MISS SHARON R. BUSH English ARNOLD N. CAJET Driver' Education MRS. SYLVIA D. CALESINI French MRS. KATHERINE E. CAMPBELL English MRS. BEVERLY CARLSTROM Oliice Staff MRS. KATHRYN' B. CARROLL Office Staff MISS GLORIA CASELLA Art MRS. LOIS F. CHRISTIAN Library MRS. ELIZABETH C. CHRISTOPH ITV Office Manager WALTER J. CHRUSCINSKI Art MRS. GERALDINE B. CLADER English GARY E. CLARK Boys' Physical Education MISS PHYLLIS CLENDENING Music MRS. LUCY COLLIER Girls' Physical Education Secretary EVERETT L. COMPTON Physics MRS. TERRY J. COOK Special Education JOHN W. COOKE English RICHARD P. COXON Technical Arts MRS. BETTY CREEK Oihce Staff ANDREW. F. CZOPEK Mathematics MISS LAURA M. DANIELS Chemistry W. HUGHES DAVIS Social Studies MISS KATHLEEN M. DEMPSEY French GERALD M. DENK Boys' Physical Education MRS. JULIA M. DENK Office Staff MRS. DOROTHY N. DERRY Social Studies DAVID A. DICKMAN Social Studies RICHARD A. DIENH.ART Program Director ITV MRS. NONI C. DODGE Audio-Visual Director MISS M. EVIALYN DONNLLL Mathematics MRS. ELIZABETH DOSCHIR OfTice Staff MISS MARTHA L. DRAKIQ Girls' Physical Education DR. Hl'lLP.N R. DUDA Latin MRS. MARY DUENOW Art MRS. LORRAINIQ M. DULIN Spanish MRS. DELPHINE I. DUPlil'. Mathematics MISS JOHNNYE F. EGNOT Modern Languages MRS. PATRICIA ELLIOTT Office Staff EVAN G. ELLIS Social Studies MRS. BARBARA A. ENDRFS Latin ROBERT A. ENREY Art MELVIN E. EVERLY Biology MRS. RUTH W. EWINQ Mathematics MRS. LILY C. FAI.I.I-,K Library MRS. DONNA FFELEY Ofhce Staff WILLIAM N. FELT Art WILLIAM R. FLY Driver Education THOMAS E. FURRIQR Latin LIfoN FOIILINIIQS Speech. Drama MISS VIVIAN A. FRAYILR Girls' Physical Education NORMAN L. FRLY English JUIIN W. CiAllALA Spanish MRS. lWARY GI-Nl' GI-RLN Office Staff MRS. CAROL B. GIL1 Head of Theater Production FRANKLIN I. GIII. Theater Technical Director MRS. EIl7AIll1'I'H S. Ci0l-'Ii'l'Ll.R Office Staff MRS. SIIIRLLY GOLDSMITH Speech Therapist MRS. ALICI1 L. GRIQLN English MRS. KAROL GREESON Business Education WILLIAM.P. GREGORY English MISS JUDITH H. GROW Art TIMOTHY J, GURA Speech, Drama DEAN D. HALL Social Studies ROWLAND L. HALL English STEPHEN C. HAM Classics MRS. PATRICIA L. HANKINS Office Staff MRS. THELMA W. HANLEY Modern Languages MRS. MARGARET J. HARPER Biology MRS. SUZANNE M. HARVEY Special Education RONALD M. HEDSTROM Mathematics EDWIN A. HEIKKINEN Physics LYLE E. HENDERSON Social Studies MRS. MARGARET L. HENDERSON Oflice Staff MRS. MARY JO HERZOG Girls' Physical Education CARL F. HIRSCH Mathematics MRS. JANICE L. HOOSIN School Social Work MRS. ELIZABETH A. HORN Oflice Staff LORIS A. HOYT Biology MRS. DEBORAH G. HUGELIER Girls Physical Education MRS. CHARLOTTE H. HUGGINS English ALLEN A. HURLEY Boys' Physical Education MRS. MARY A. IMMENHAUSEN Health Services MRS. ELIZABETH S. JABLECKI Biology MRS. JANETTE F. JACI-:SON English MRS. MARY J. JACKSON Special Education JOHN A. JACOBSON Technical Arts VERNOY A. JOHNSON Mathematics ANGUS J. JOHNSTON Social Studies MRS. EDITH JONAS Oflice Staif EDWARD W. KAHLER Spanish MRS. ESTELLE J. KAPHEIM Office Staff MRS. GAIL G. KEITH Spanish MRS. MARILYN V. KEMP English MISS BETTY J. KING Girls' Physical Education MRS. ELOISE R. KING Ofhce Staff JOHN N. KING Business Education MISS JEAN P. KIXMILLER Social Studies RONALD T. KLEIN Drive: Education MRS. WILNDY K. KLEIN Social Studies RICHARD L. KOWAL Art MRS. ROBERTA N. KRII-LG School Social Work MRS. LINDA KRIWKOWITSCH Girls' Physical Education MISS CYNTHIA L, KROL Psychologist Intern EUGENE A. KROSCHEL School Social Work JAMES KRUEMPELSTAEDTER Driver Education JAMES H. LABADIE French MISS MARION E. LAETZ English MRS. CHERYL A. LAVIN Art ROBERT C. LEAHY Mathematics RAYMOND J. LEDINSKY Spanish. Debate REXFORD G. LEWIS Business Education LIONEL LIGHTNER English AUSTIN F. LINDLEY Mathematics MRS. DOLORES LIVEZEY Office Staff MISS SANDRA L. LOTT English MRS, ALICE W. LUNDY Office Staff MRS. NANCY MARCUS English MRS. BLOSSOM A. lVlARMl-.L Social Studies GREGORY W. MARSHALL Chemistry ERIC K. MATZ Biology PHILIP W. lVlCDOWliLl. German JAMES C. MCFADZEAN Boys' Physical Education MRS. MARY MCFADZEAN Office Staff H. EARLI1 MIQTZGER English MRS. JUDITH R. lVllLl.l-lNSON School Social Work LLOYD O. MILLIZR English MRS. LUCILLE T. MILLER Mathematics CHARLES W. MITCHELL Mathematics MRS JANE PARTRIDGE RICHARD A PATTERSON Technical Arts MRS ARLINE R. PAUL Social Studies MRS DOROTHY L PAULICK Mathematics MIss ALICE M PEITHMAN Social Studies KENNETH G PERREAULT Technical Arts MISS DONNA L PETERSON HERBERT I PETERSON Social Studies MRS PEGGY W. PINK ROBERT F. PINK MISS LINDA A PONTIOUS MRS PAULA J POYSER Home Economics CHARLES E PROVOW Special Education ROBERT L PRUITT Cafeteria Director MRS ISMENE RANGAVES MISS VIRGINIA V. MOLBY Girls' Physical Education MRS. LOUISE P. MORE Special Education MRS. ROSE K. MOREAU English LEONARD R. MOREY French MRS. MARIE L. MORRIS French MISS HELEN N. MORROW Social Studies RICHARD K. MURPHY Mathematics MRS. BOBETTE M. NAIBURG English MRS. JOYCE NEIMANAS Photography MISS KATHRYN M. NESBITT English EDWARD W. NICHOLSON Performing Arts MISS JUDITI-I NORDBLOM Social Studies MRS. ERIS J. NU'FT Special Education MISS JUDITH O'CoNNoR Classics MICHAEL J. O'HARE Biology KENNETH V. OSCARSON Reading English French English English English French HAROLD R SEVERNS Drivei Education FIIOMAS C SHLRIDAN ITV Coordinator of Operations DONALD F SMITH Mathematics MRS. ESTHER J. SMITH Office Staff MRS. SUSAN W. SPROVVL English RonI1Rr K. STEVENS Music MRS. SHIRLEY B. SThvIiNS Office Staff MRS. ANNI-, S. STEVVART Science WII.I.IAM P. STI5wAR'Ii Social Studies Miss DIANII I.. STOLWRR English MRS. BARBARA L. STONI1 School Social Work .lOlxl. B. S'I'REIoHI'IFI- M us'c JOHN H. RAY Mathematics MRS. CORRINIQ E. RAYMOND Office Stalf MRS. ARI,INIa G. RIaAM Music MISS HIeI.IiN E. RIaINHARD'I' Business Education RICHARD A. RIIOAD Mathematics DAVID H. RoRIiR'rSoN Boys' Physical Education MRS. RENATE M. ROBINSON Spanish CHARLES F. Rociuiy Chemistry. Electronics MRS. PEGGY P. RooI1Rs Office Staff MRS. MARGARIQT RQMANI English MISS MAR.IoRII1. A. Roma Classics MRS. JANE ROSLN Social Studies MRS. CVLORYA S. RUBENS Special Education EARL D. SCHADLI. Boys' Physical Education MRS. BARBARA SCIILLLIIARDT English HERMAN J. SCHILLEREFF Boys' Physical Education ANTHONY D. SCHINTO Boys' Physical Education JOHN A. SCHNDITDR Boys' Physical Education CHARLES E. SCHULZ Mathematics MRS. ROSE SCIIWAD Ofiice Staff NORMAN E. UDE Mathematics MRS. LOUISE 0. UNDERW003 English MRS. PEGGY R. VAN ALYEA Spanish MRS. CLARA R. VASILOVIK Gffice Staff MRS. GRETA M. VINCENT Office Staff MRS. HELEN V. WAGNER Girls' Physical Education MRS. JEANNE WAGNER Social Studies MRS. PRISCILLA A. WALTON Spanish LUCIUS WARD Business ROBERT G. WARD Mathematics MISS BONITA S. WEINTRAUB Special Education MRS. CONSTANCE E. WELCH Home Economics MRS. SUZANNE K. WENTE Girls' Physical Education M. WAYNE WIEMER Driver Education MRS. HELEN WIGGINS Boys' Physical, Education MRS. LINDA M. WILFAWN Girls' Physical Education ROBERT E. WILSON English JAMES J. WOLF School Social Work WILLIAM R. WOLEF Boys' Physical Education JAMES A. WOLTER Special Education PETER SWAIN Biology THOMAS E. SWARSEN Biology MRS. RUTH TAO Mathematics ARTHUR E. TENNEY Mathematics JOHN R. THOMSON Latin, Italian MRS. JUNE ToDo English MRS. MEREDITH L. VVOTMAN Mathematics MRS. MARTHA J. WRIGHT' French MRS. LOUISE L. ZEIGLER English MRS. HELEN R. ZEITLIN English I58 FACULTY COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: Mr. Charles E. Provow Mr. Robert F. Bossharl. Mr. Morris Barefield. Mrs. Grceson SFFOND: Mrs. Clader. Miss Clendening. Miss Ryberg. Mrs. Gwynn. Miss Bredehorn. Mr. Koser. REAR: Mr. Wiemer. Mr Metzger. Mr. Bell. Mr. Leverentz. Miss Daniels. Mrs. Bosshart Miss Bullock. Mr. Ellis. STUDENT CABINET-SEATED: Salzenstein. Suslick. Brand. Ingersoll. Judge, Minow. Agnew. Weiss. Haeket. Mandel. STAND- ING: Williamson. Cuttie, Vainder. Lavin. Weinberg. Miss Ham- ilton. Miss KixMiller, Miodonski. Dorrer. Hines. Mr. Gustafson. Wilkinson. White. ABSFNT: Butler. Heuer. STUDENT-FACULTY ADVISORY COUNCII,-FIRST ROW: McNill. Gordon. Goldsmith. Mannos. Drucker. Preston. Krimmer. REAR: Mr. Kuennen. Mr. Barefield. Mr. Frey. Miss Beach. Mr. Wolff. Mrs. Paul. Mr. Gregory. Miss Bush. Mr. Dickmzin. Mr. Wein- gilff HCT. Juniors MISS ANDERSON FIRST ROW: Gehr, Ebihara, Olson, Nunn, Schneider, Schley, Ismond, Fishbein. SECOND: Long, Smith, Naurath, Watkins, Snyder, Hallsteen, Schroeder, Lidecker, Bjork. REAR: Holland, Liss, Laurentowski, Rode- meir, Bezark, Kaspar, Watson, Miss Anderson. ABSENT: Hoskins, Let- singer, Tyler, Wheeler. MR. BOYD FIRST ROW: Sinsheimer, Aki, Win-- ter, Smith, Pritchard, Perlman, Skin- ner, Schwartz. SECOND: Griffith, Catlett, Robeitson, Carlstrom, Barn- ett, Randall, Davis. THIRD: Clark, Sullivan, Pink, Halloran, Stevenson, Pride, Rechel, Mr. Boyd. REAR: Greer, Fulton, Fausch, Lundin, Mc- Mahon, Jablonski, Thomas. AB- SENT: Cleland, Cook. MISS BREDEHORN FIRST ROW: Kimbell, Eix, McCub- bin, Stenn, Graves, Hall, Lussky. SECOND: Donnelly, Quilici, Gross- berg, McLean, Gundlach, Krensky, Allen, Miss Bredehorn. THIRD: Mc- Mahon, Wiscomb, Peters, Dahl, Lee, Sanders. REAR: Mee, Immenhausen, Horstman, Bohne, Brown, Callander. ABSENT: Kincaid. MISS BROWN FIRST ROW: Spector, Dwinn, La- zar, Wheelan, Lindenberger, Lilien- feld, Redman, Gordon. SECOND: Medow, Hood, Moran, Pollakoff, Schmiel, Jennrich, Miss Brown. THIRD: VanElk, Poulos, Freda, Mc- Cullough, McNamara, Pearson, Peter- son. REAR: Hoffman, Martin, Al- bers, Davis, Holzencamp. ABSENT: Bassett, Bienemann, Major. MRS. BURNS FIRST ROW: Goodwin, D'amico, Goldstein, Lidsker, Lewis, Drum- mond, Muesing, Gordon. SECOND: Schatf, Rubens, Jones, Anderson, Evans, Drewry, Shockey, Mrs. Burns. THIRD: Wettersten, Whitney, Beu- cher, Roepke. Muller, Eggert, Mio- donski. REAR: Walton, Erhart, Der- ry, White, Sawyer, MacArthur, John- son. ABSENT: Burt, Jennings, Rich, Widran. I6O MISS BUSH FIRST ROW: Sitkin, Dritley, Taylor Haslakiewicz, Dcppen, Milenkovic Barton, Bard. SECOND: Weinberg Nielsen, Culhane, Burns, Kauss Rothermel, Ullman. REAR: McAl- len. Williams, McNair. Cowan. Ipa- vic, Mueller, Mack. Letourneau. AB- SENT: Angres. Petty, Phillips. MRS. CALESINI FIRST ROW: Guerrier, Korsvik, Sholl, Tcharanian, Bradt, Lee, White. Senden. SECOND: Fleer. Friedberg, Dee, Sullivan, Burke, Ritchey, Trien- ens. THIRD: Peterson, Westler, Son- nenschein, Campbell, Burnham, Lon- go, Hooker. REAR: Howlett, Mayer, Sailor, Houpt, Korth, Mack, Norman. ABSENT: Smith. MRS. COOK FIRST ROW: Lawrence, Sutton. Hay- ward, Trumbull, Montgomery, Rastet- ter, Cutler. SECOND: Borre, Nord- hem, Giesen, Mensinga, Tschudy, Ad- ler, Mrs. Cook. THIRD: Calhoun, Schneider, Kinney, Zehr, McKay, Thorsen. REAR: Maynard, C. Jord- an, Schei-fley, Lawson, Buecher, Good- man. ABSENT: Dunn, M. Jordan. Kelley, Leverenz, Ziv. MR. DAVIS FIRST ROW: Jacobson. Miller, Bra- band, Goodman, Lubcrshane, Marsh. Ians, Siegel. Mr. Davis. SECOND: Apfelbach, Barrett. Cutler. Decker. Sarabia, Hannon, Preston. Rance. REAR: Cloud, Neiburger, Frank. Narrod, Reschke, Kretchmer. Wright. Elston. ABSENT: Canfield. Gately. Lochridge. Manly, Munroe. Stephen- son. MISS EGNOT FIRST ROW: Ramirez, Burnet, Frick, Osborne, Knolton, Ellis. Thrall, Pearson, Karmel. SECOND: Howland. Farrar, Katz. Lewis, Fos- ter, Reinisch. Buzzard, Shaw, Miss Egnot. REAR: Meredith. Hoskins. Hampton, Dunn. Schulze, Berlow, Palmer, Duhner. ABSENT: Hines. Jones, Kahn. Sorenson. Wood. I6I JUNIORS MR. FOUGNIES FIRST ROW: Baer, Weeks, Miller, Assimos, McDonald, Syein, McLean, Lardner. SECOND: Lieberman. Sto- ker. Urban, Igliori, Gutnayer, Hartz, J. Anderson, Mr. Fougnies. REAR: M. Anderson, Corry, Thompson, Ar- nold, Hackett, VanHulle, Mattes, In- deck. ABSENT: Cornell, Naugler, Schmidt, Wascher, Weinberg, MR. HENDERSON FIRST ROW: Jones, Fulk, Fallon, Butler, Gray, Spoehr, Morgan, Wei- bel. SECOND: Straus, Lane, Textor, Crone, Morris, OiCrowley, Cart- wright, Mr. Henderson. THIRD: Manierre, Peters, Lewis, Eisman, Webb, Pierson, Barbee, Dickson. REAR: Hart, Crown, Ahlborn, Gion, Garrett, Beretta, Moore. ABSENT: Karr, Kuzmiak, MRS. HUGGINS FIRST ROW: Masamitsu, Weisbard, Schmidt, Rietz, Martin, DeBacker, Nichols. SECOND: Wilson, Levin- son, Raab, Koons, Carone, Steifey, Mrs. Huggins. THIRD: Oscherwitz, Nicholls, Sawyer, DeGross, Green, Lingle, Berz. FOURTH: Dencker, Nielsen, Bruce, Franz, Iglitzen, Moore. ABSENT: Kelley, Kramer, Rosen, Rovelstad, Strandell. MR. HURLEY FIRST ROW: VanBalen, Schennum, Riley, Kaplan, Hansen, Rosson, Jen- sen, Shepard. SECOND: O'Dowd, Hussey, Byer, Ordman, McLeod, Maize, Roth, Mr. Hurley. THIRD: Dunton, Ruderman, Swiggett, Wer- ner, Suerth, Hill. REAR: Hurley, Rossiter, Behr, Joseph, Burns, Hat- tis. ABSENT: Horvath, Jorgensen. MR. JACOBSON 'FIRST ROW: Marsh, Baker, More Houser, Frazier, Kelly, Doblin Towner. SECOND: Phelan, Bley Leekley, Fitch, Irwin, Sollman, Mr Jacobson. THIRD: Ellis, Weiss, Syl- van, Coughlan, Baldwin, Ilker REAR: Witt, Geist, Lazear, Beck Fohrman. ABSENT: Clay, Gunning Hartman, Vanzevern, Wilder. Q MR, KAHLER FIRST ROW: Segerson. Coyle. Mor ton. Iaeohson. Muller. Tate. lersch Harriman. Camras. SITOND: Chris lian. Liehou. Sleinholl. Ilraun. C McBride. Thurlow. Broad. Mr. Kah ler, THIRD: Jell' Greene. Sapieha McKee. .l. McBride. Miller. Cirifliths Johnson. Ferretti. REAR: Richman Jensen. Amir-Fazli. Ciummersall .Iames Greene. Rowe. Rillf AIGSFNT McCracken. MR. KLEIN FIRST ROVV: Mayer. Tones. Fenton Koch. Butler. Vos. Burns Leddics Moore. SECOND: Dove. Milwid Moulton. Murphey. Simpson. Tinen Scidholz. Stanley. Mr. Klein. THIRD: Stuhr. Martin. Redding. WaitL. Lind- quist. Hall. MacDonald. Smart REAR: Fox. Condon. Dix. Creagh Weidenfeller. Rothrock. Jenkins. Rod- enkirk. MRS. KLEIN FIRST' ROW: Cjaber. Sasso. Huggins Beardsley. Hickman. Shields. Benve- nuto. SECOND: Rossi. Rich. Carl son. Ackerman. Bierman, Miodonski Hurst, Mrs. Klein. THIRD: Ehren- herg. Elliott. WlII'7D'ITg. Mousoliie Allen. lgleheart. Miller. REAR: Kornfeld. Collyer. I.eBallIy. Dill Crown. Laforet. Boudart. ABSFNT: Curtis. Hall. MR. MATZ FIRST ROW: Wijas. Duramo. Smith- son. Allyn. Hughson. Phillips. Ross Krimmer. SECOND: O'lIoyle. Co- hen. Beck. Shay. Pinkert. Mann Santostefano. Hilarides. Mr. Matz THIRD: Cassady. Sehewitz. While Jacobsen. Nagel. Morley. Mack REAR: Koch. Harrington. Burch Conant. Blaekett. Carlson. ABSISNT: Bradley. Kirk. MR. MQFADZFAN FIRST ROVV: Vervillc. S. Detmcl Heyman. Kennedy. Clay. Xignola White. Daly. SECOND: Carrington Schreyer. Prodromos. Hull. Versino Imhof. Meiiohey. Morris. 'IHIRD 'II Delmer. Rothermel. Kirillilh. Mc Ihenny. Watts. Cioher. I'elcl'N. Comp lon. REAR: McClure. Berg. .Iohn son. Spangler. Seaton. Fischer, Quain lance. ABSENT: Schumacher. l l63 JUNIORS MISS MORROW FIRST ROW: Dodder, Griton, Cor- nell, Carew, Cooper, Wood, Kopel. SECOND: Bloss, 'Williams, Aten, Leslie, Wortell, List. Gibson, Miss Morrow. REAR: Holtsberg, Bloch, Dunlap, DeForest, Mann, Shaw, Lew- is. ABSENT: Ames, Beaufoy, Cue- vas, Jans, Jones, Keller, Reese. MR. MULLINER FIRST ROW: Kahn, Schulte, Jack- man, Lewis, Wrapp, Best, Kroschel, Maneval. SECOND: Tam, Samuels, Newton, Wolf, Regan, Thompson, Livezey, Ewald, Mr. Mulliner. THIRD: Diaz, Montross, Denison, Johnson, Boyd, VanArsdale, Connol- ly, Daugherty. REAR: Nadherny, Miehle, Corrigan, Miller, Krier, Con- don, Sholl, Skaja, Morris. ABSENT: Maranda, Sturgis. MR. PI'I'I'S FIRST ROW: James, Kempner, Gor- don, Morris, P. Smith, Linn, Vain- der. SECOND: Bradshaw, Allen, T. Smith, Park, Birnbaum, O'Neil, Kra- vits, Mr. Pitts. THIRD: Goose, Kin- zer, Henrickson, Yowell, Cooper, Saylor, Roberts. REAR: Enchelmay- er, Hall, Brown, Radloif, Hoellerich, Luick, Gulbrandsen. ABSENT: Cul- bertson, Hunstiger, Johnson, Linehan, Neylan. MR. PROVOW FIRST ROW: Meyer, Hofstetter, Moss, Sullivan, Wison, Piper, Schnei- der, Dillon. SECOND: Sanders, Con- nelly, Fiffer, Sundlof, Gwinn, Oster- gaard, Jackson, Mr. Provow. THIRD: Kubert, Scott Siegel, Solberg, Jordan, Kaplan, Gastler, Williams, Kelly. REAR: Fair, Sample, Steve Siegel, Harris, Grisamore, Sugrue, Park, Stewart. ABSENT: Everds, Griihn. MISS RORK FIRST ROW: Hatcher, Ayyad, Gross, Swift, Biemeck, Morrison, Haydock. SECOND: Bishop, Dellow, LeJeune, Weatherhead, Jacoby, Mil- ler, Saville, Miss Rork. THIRD: Fish, Meikle, Huge, Butler, Watson, Nelson, Woodrulf. REAR: Heidrich, Kuhn, Smith, Farnsworth, Anderson, Black- well, Biderman. ABSENT: Johnson, Kellett. I64 MR. SCHULZ FIRST ROW: Keefe. liraet. Schmitz Moss. Evans. MacKenzie. Wahlund Swift. Mr. Schulz. SECOND: Ball Herlocker, Baughman. Ronan, Har- nar, Hughes, Kendziora, McGeever THIRD: Coffee. Herzel. Gronley Nealon, VanBaerle, Buckingham Sharkey. Kirkland. REAR: Rosing Roemer. Gross, Ford, Eversz. Olson, Weil. MRS. STEWART FIRST' ROW: Lindauer. Grigg Drew. Isaacs. Phillips. Guthrie. Remi- ni. SECOND: Allison. Englelland Zuke. Badger. Porter. Burghart. Mrs Stewart. THIRD: Hicks. Hager. Hei- nen. Fisher. Babcock. Smith. REAR: Weiss. Eidmann. Campbell. Schwartz Hendricks. May. ABSENT: O'Mal- ley. Wiebe. MR. STEWART FIRST ROW: Lehman. Draney Shedd. Hedstrom, Brand. Miller. Al- len. Fresen. SECOND: Ellington Lewis. Geier. Kolflat. Gross. Catlett Mr. Stewart. THIRD: Hoberg. Op- penheimer, Shea. Rogers, Neal. Kis- kaddon. REAR: Frank, Corboy Mather. Brooks. Fox. ABSENT: Bengston. Knott, McGrath. Richter Schroeder. M RS. WOTMAN FIRST ROW: Hogan, Kosecke, Free- man, Aschbacher. Yudell, Friedman v Pirruccello. SECOND: Freeark, Hill- ner, LaMar, De Vos. Melinda Cris- tano, Marilyn Cristano, Mrs. Wot- man. THIRD: Bryan. Richter. Nicol Heinzen. Mueller, Storm, Novak REAR: Gross, Kaiser. Gilmore Booth. Wilcox. Hediger. ABSENT: Coven. Whyte. - JOHN VAINDER ANDY KELLY BETSY MCALLEN DoN OPPENHEIMER President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer STEERING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: Guthrie, McAllen, Koons, Lewis, Moran, Freeark, Ellis, Gross. SECOND: Mr. Gould, Mueller, Dunlap, Campbell, Long, Leverenz, Lee, Bierman, Mrs. Lenard. THIRD: Vainder, Robertson, Schulte, Houser, McLeod, Schreyer, Solberg, McBride. REAR: Kelly, Buckingham, Oppenheimer, Ahlborn, Neal, Kretchmer, Brown, Hilarides, Smart. ABSENT: Weeks. 'mv BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Sinsheimer, Gordon Morris, Allyn, Robertson, Vainder, Gray, Allen, Beck, Perlman Sundlof, Griflith, Weeks, Solberg. SECOND: Eiseman, Catlett Manierre, Vos, Connolly, Camras, Smith, Gwinn, Ross, Fiffer, Byer, Schreyer, Barbee. THIRD: MacDowell, Thompson, Neylan Frank, GrilTth, Greer, Nagel, Christian, Oppenheimer, Miller, Denison, Brand, Johnson. REAR: Ruderman, Swiggett, Hall Wascher, Geist, Reschke, Koch, Ahlborn, Corboy, Burch, Werner, Kretchmer, Rowe, Rothrock, Sholl. GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Ebihara, Bassett. Lind auer, Korsvik, Katz, Lilienfeld, Nunn, Thrall, Beardsley. Levin son, Moran, Huggins, Cooper, Ismond. SECOND: Jones, Rossi Foster, Long, Nordhem, Lamar, Whitney, Grossberg, Allison Engelland, Kosecke, Erhart, Schulze, M. Gordon. THIRD: Gie- sen, Hooker, J. Gordon, Richter, Wiscomb, Jacoby, VanElk Hicks, Kuhn, Derry, Bruce, Dunn, McNamara, Lussky. REAR Taylor, Elliott, Lawson, Anderson, Korth, Beucher, Hoskins Crown, Wilcox, Davis, Bohne, Lewis, Poulos, Mueller. , Sophomores MR. ACKERMAN FIRST ROW: Keller, Kaden, Cohen, Hirsh, Hilarides, Aldridge, Clark SECOND: White, Doctor, Healy, Wyman, Stein, Reich, Carlson, Mr Ackerman. THIRD: Fritz, Pettersen, Schulz, Harrold, Moritz, VanCleave, Young. REAR: Noitrup, Abrams Rotter, Benedict, Gruenwald, Polyi doris, McGohey, O'Kelly. MRS. J. ANDERSON FIRST' ROW: Varchetto, Mitchell Coyle, Wexler, Hoell, Weiss, Witten- berg. SECOND: Gross, Lipschultz Condrin, Belzer, Dunn, Allen, Mrs. .I Anderson. THIRD: Goldman, Vasilo- Vik, King, Howland, Dietmeier Kauf. REAR: Stout, Manker, Long Shaw, Adams, St. Clair. ABSENT: Brooks, Deahl. MR. BALDRINI FIRST' ROW: Wye, Hurley, Silvius Trux, Chien, Rocklin, Morris, Riss- man, Striebel. SECOND: Matthews Dwyer, Parcell, Carney, Corra, Samp- son, Ringwald, Mr. Baldrini. THIRD' McCarthy, Spates, Angell, Herndon Denson, Brummel, Druliner, Stein Thalmann. REAR: Grams, Martin Poor, Buckingham. Carver, Gould Hoellerich. MR. BAREFIELD FIRST' ROW: Gordon, Pritzker, Pea- body, Sherman, VanAmerongen Baekgaard, Mead. SECOND: Chakir is, Singsen, Syucker, Lucking, Schey- er, Jacobson, Mr. Barelield. THIRD: Kreines, Atkinson, Midday, O'Hara Gutnayer, Colwell, Randle. REAR: Downing, Hoffman, McDermott Cook, Arndt, Chapman, Meeder Mitchell. ABSENT: Feagans, Fikso Jasper, Traylor. MRS. BOSSHART FIRST ROW: Hubbell, Lee, Jordan Albrecht, Raymond, Manierre, Kao Gray. SECOND: Gilbert, Brooks Gerrie, Bulkeley, Diettrich, Braband Cain, Mrs. N. Bosshart. THIRD: Johnson, Thomas, Gielow, McKissick Rentner, Hammond, Morris. REAR: Fisher, Verlander, Gless, Young Pearson, Banach, Harney, ABSENT: Eppler, Oughton. MR. BRINK, FIRST ROW: Schultz. Lasky. Goose Armbruster. Heida. Hughes, Conn- ley. SECOND: Brown, Hines. Eaton Casey, VanElk, Newcomb. Mr Brink. THIRD: Shapiro, Kass. Wells Hammer. Turban, Burton, Clark, Pet- ersen. REAR: Jacobson. Hanna, In- man, Ewen, Meacham, Stelfens, So- hotka. ABSENT: Anderson. Good- pasture. Moore. MR, BURNSIDE FIRST ROW: Clampitt. Zollo. Bard Griffin, McNally, Golden, Weinberg SECOND: Burhack. Bowes, Wagner Smith. McIntyre. Mella, Coffee. Mr Burnside. THIRD: Spriggs, Spiess Pierson, Sindorf. Kirby, Whiting Tisch. REAR.: Nierman. Gill, Hahn Wilkins, Westfall, Hosbein, Nichol- son. ABSENT: Bennett, Gustafson. MISS DANIELS FIRST ROW: Lazar, Burrous, Wijas Ackermann, Drucker, Hoyt. Droege SECOND: Watson, I-Ierold, Irwin Savitt, Gregory, Corrigan, Schaack Miss Daniels. THIRD: Kanaley, Har- ston. White, Reynolds. Kahn, Buf- Fmgton, Skaja. REAR: Foster, Ed- wards, Guelich, Phemister, Dillon Bonnell, Kautfmann. ABSENT: Van- Wormer. MISS DONNELL FIRST ROW: Thiele. Schelhas. So- bel, Trainor, Johnson, Burns, Wil' Iiams. SECOND: Hulburt, Tomlin- son. Sauder. Loewenherz, Mick, Hart Miss Donnell. THIRD: Dover, Beebe Bischoff, Todhunter, Grant, Gerlits Calhoun. REAR: Doerschuk, Rodgers Vincent, Cox. Bain, Flatley. Zan- zucchi. ABSENT: Adcock. Ambrogi Kohlberg. Petrillo. MRS. ENDRES FIRST' ROW: Anderson. Richter Minow, Sternberg, Twilling, Follin Mase. SECOND: Catlin, Smith, Kirk Doherty. Jack. Sanders, Dunnell Mrs. Endres. THIRD: Farris, Onta- chi. Wollf, Kees, Parrott, Japha, Mar' tin. REAR: Kopp, Blanchard, Ward Croy, Thorp, Baer, Prcndergast, Roh inson. ABSENT: Sttllivan. S OPH OM ORE S MR. FLY FIRST ROW: Aki, Kelly, Rohn, Bode, Andruss, Lapp, Besant. SEC- OND: Beck, Worsek, Morris, Katz Wheeler, Shapiro, Mr. Fly. THIRD: Cook, Garrett, Oughton. Smith, Mei- er, Wolfe, Calhoun. REAR: Foto- poulos, Rankin, Brent, Stanford, Dan- strom, Nadherny, Hoffman, Gries- haber. ABSENT: Mesirow. MR. FORRER FIRST ROW: Jester, Brashears, Con- terio, Rothschild, Bacon, Kwoh, Mil- burn. SECOND: Corcoran, Annes, Miller, Tomlin, Rice, Kritchever, Mr. Forrer. THIRD: Lilienfeld, Quinn, Cameron, Hanson, McCabe, Egan, Suslick, McCarren, Buckner. REAR: Shapiro, Sorenson, Stenquist, Ran- dolph, Linden, McCann, Fullerton, Harvey. ABSENT: Stewart, Williams. MISS FRAZIER FIRST ROW: Schwietert, Mitchell, Weber, Rance, Yablong, Guyton, Diehl. SECOND: Peterson, Bagg, McClain, Hupp, Ewing. Ashley, Miss Frazier. THIRD: Steiger, Woods, Webster, McBride, Thurlow, Johnson, Fajerstein. REAR: Dhein, Frank, Voigts, Baur, Hardee, Broeckl, Ches- low. MISS GORE KMARCUSJ FIRST ROW: Eichner, Gordon, Drew, Samuels, Lowenstein, Folk, Huff, Burlingham. SECOND: Towle, Fuller, Peck, Wolf, Neylan, Freeark, Miss Gore. THIRD: Q. Delaney, Jenkins, Farrar, Cohrs, McWeeny, Mitchel, Sheldon, Oakley. REAR: Knight, Culver, B. Delaney, Bryant, Ade, Davenport, Fuhrman. AB- SENT: Brandt, Holland, Weil. MRS. GREEN FIRST ROW: Beskin, Wolan, Zeitz, Boyer, Joseph, Witcoff, Meier, Haas. SECOND: Freda, Zoros, Schewitz, Crosby, Sprott, Katz, Mrs. Green. THIRD: Towne, Mack, Almgren, Stewart, Drew, Mosher, Beezley. REAR: Rosenzweig, Rosenthal, Kars- ten, Kohler, Felton, Megan, Mc- Caughey. ABSENT: Koch. l70 M RS. HUGELIER FIRST ROW: Wahlund. Harris. O'- Gara. Blankenship. Schneider. Hor- witz. SECOND: Manning. Evans. Nealon, Blumberg. Hansen. Lenz. Mrs. Hugelier. THIRD: Richards. Kelley. Imhof. Norcross. Cederberg. Allen. REAR: Whitt, Railton, Nem- erovski. Mals. O'Neil. Beattie. AB- -SENT: Correa. Frankel, Fremont. Slingerland. M R. LEDINSKY FIRST ROW: Oliver. Herman. Fau- vet. Ware. Zellner. Merrell. Sillman. Eisenberg. lVl1'. Ledinsky, SECOND: Jackson. Cutler. Mannos, Bogie. Freud. Hassenauer. Eherle. Eversz THIRD: Overman. lV!cNitt. Camp- bell. Parcell. Clark. Strunk. Stone. Pinkowski. Maranda. REAR: Rob- erts, Brandt. Reda. Baumann, Kase- berg. Lodge. Richmond. Welch. MR. MURPHY FIRST ROW: Bernstein. Ogden, Ber- nick, Weisbard. Matthews. Perry Lyon. SECOND: Linn, Zeitz, Franco Johnson. Horn, Lane. THIRD: Na- gel. Brackett, Conrad, Linden, Deahl Sweitzer, Sidran. REAR: Carton Stults. Miller, Roth. Millikin, Watson Carlin. ABSENT: Heath. Wirtshaf- ICI. MR. OSCARSON FIRST ROW: Livezey. Eckert. Brau- do. Fenn, Burge. Rivenburgh. Baylor SECOND: Toombs. Fuerstenberg Franchini, Verville. Allen, Cornell Leonard. THIRD: Thomas. Steffen Pacini. Nickel. Morrow, Rennolds Harvey. Mr. Osearson. REAR: Rick- etts. Funari, Horwitz, Reichert. Mc- Cafferty. Gadient, Owens. ABSENT: LaCasse. Miller. MISS PETERSON FIRST ROW: Becker, Rubin, LaPat Crown. VanHulle, Steffen. Cummings SECOND: Young. Vasilovik. Larson Fisher. Culp. Dorrer. McNally THIRD: Reynolds, Colby, Lewis Woolfington. Husum. Mack. REAR: Cox. Johnson. Fox. Klaiber. Steiner Geocaris. ABSENT: Kovalcik. Tem- pleton. l7l S OPH OM ORE S MR. RHOAD FIRST ROW: Dembski, Castino, Herrmann. Gibson. Miller, Fausel, Eagan. SECOND: Pride, Shapiro. Friedman, Tweit, Ford, Chimoures. Mr. Rhoad. THIRD: Kolstad. Glenn, Mitchell, Kuhn, J, Wood, Peters, San- born. REAR: Dell. Dearborn, Pok- rass, Neiweem, Biderman, Pear. AB- SENT: Kunkel. Nord. Parsch. Sha- ver, C. Wood. MRS. ROBINSON FIRST ROW: Lazar, Wolfson, Neu- man, Spence, Moore, Hassenauer, Anderson, Karp. SECOND: Skillman. Bartlett, Stiles, Hoberg, Schmit. Waldstein, Judge. THIRD: Meister. Koenen, Tubbs, McLick, Blackwell, Lawton, Mrs. Robinson. REAR: Warren, Boone, Mather, Slaght, Christensen, Pieper. ABSENT: Drey. Sidney. MRS. ROSEN FIRST' ROW: Burnett. Harris, Bern- stein, Lee, Rasmussen, Moddrell, Cal- lahan, Magee, SECOND: Wilson, Cahn, Rashman, Umans, Moss, Gel- lar, Bussell, Mrs. Rosen. THIRD: Plochman, Davis, Kuenzal, Carpen- ter, Scollay, Smith, Pottage, Lau. REAR: Price, Robinson, Hoeger, Watkins, Treacy, Ayers, Smillie. AB- SENT: Barchiesi. MR. SCHINTO FIRST ROW: Brown, Marsh, Aron- son, Childs, Kujawa, Johnson, Mc- Auliffe, Rothrock. SECOND: Blos- som, Tager, Aldrich, Singer, Haas, DuGuid, Petrillo, Mr. Schinto. REAR: Tabin, Eckhouse, Flannery, Yohe, Rosenthal, Moore, Staller. AB- SENT: Fariss, Hendrixson, McNulty, Sawyer, Simpson. MR. SEVERNS FIRST ROW: Buerger, Leverentz, Horn, Koeller, Freeman, Petty, Lou- din. SECOND: Weil, Benson, Eth- eridge, Hamilton, Krause, Reichelder- fer, Reid, Mr. Severns. THIRD: Clarkson, Rossiter, Brown, Patera, Pendleton, Hacket, Sloan. REAR: Howick, Bunting, Kominek, Weaver, Lewis, Acker, Porter, Allen. AB- SENT: Mitchell, Nolan, Ransone. MR. IEENNFY FIRST ROVV: Holleh, Hurley. May- er. C'ulhei'txon. Heroux, Rice. Mack Piper. smorvn: receive.. tztrbhami Brunder. Grohsgal. Llhler, Ruben: Erhart. Mr. Tenney, THIRD: Goldl hlatt. Federico. Brown, O'Connell. Wright. Tel'l't. Rashman. Skallzt REAR: Wall. Maselli, Shaw. Solo- mon. Granum. Fawley, Friefield, Doyle, ABSENT: Murphy MRS. VAN ALYEA FIRST ROW: Sillman. Smith. Waltz, Jacobson. Levine. White, Stein. SEQ- OND: Hanlon, Casterline, Ramsey Dim-risen. Rogers. Goodsmim, Will hoite. Mrs. Van Alyea. THIRD: Kuehn. Green. Bush. Fox. Heagb stedt. Sheehan. Mitchell. REAR: Lowe. Redman. Peyton. Johnson. Roberts. Kemmerer. ABSENT: Good- man. Rostin. MRS. WAGNER FIRST ROW: Rance, Robbina. Bro. Healy. Webb. Stout, Sehnagl. SEC- OND: Finney. Sanders. Ellis. Panas, Dallmeyer. DeRaismes. THIRD: Si- mon. Stiritz. Gilmore. Wilson, Lynch, White. Keys. REAR: Mason, Dreimke Sullivan. McGeever Weinhrenner Pierson. ABSENT: Anderson. Chant- herlain. Jones. MRS. WELCH FIRST' ROW: Wanherg. Freeman Jorgenaen. Rose, Abrams, Grosswein- er. Ellington. Mrs. Welch. SEC OND: Miller. Wright. Dodge, Thor- sen. Williams. Wylie. Baere. THIRDf Fridstein. Rest. Cunningham. Sans- ing. Weiss. Ruegsegger. Vorreiter REAR: Donnell. Yellin, Kuhnen Ciefvert. Mason. Eckert. MR. WOLFF FIRST ROW: Uuidarelli. Haan. Wil son. Henn. Berloxx. lenningx. Froh man. SECOND: Johnston. Drake Hudson. Sale. Jones. Leiden. Rod riguez. Mr. Wolll. THIRD: Rohhinx Penney. Kelley. Butterfield. Cirans- trom. Fuller. Hillehrand. REAR Fair. Woodbury. Rees. Rice. Cutler Dove. Hines. Rollins. ABSENT Chapman. l J AMES HACKET President SUE ANDERSON PATTY CALHOUN MARK ROBERTS Vice-President Secretary Treasurer STEERING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: Bernick, Anderson, Joseph, Herrmann. SECOND Reichert, Donnell. Fridstein, Pierson, Leiden. THIRD: M. Roberts, Calhoun, Blankenship, Husum FOURTH: Fullerton, Warren, Rodgers, Plochman, Rosenthal. FIFTH: 1. Roberts, Bonnell, Delaney Fisher. REAR: Downing, Nadherney, Hacket, Ransone, Jacobson, Overman. ABSENT: Chien King, Sorenson, Wall, Weinberg, Woods. 99 BOYS' HONOR GROUP--FIRST ROW: Braudo, Bernick, Mat thews, Goose, Fenn, Rocklin, Golden, Leverentz, Franchini. Lyon Rissman, Eisenberg, VanAmerongen, Fauvet, Heida, Gordon Cotten. SECOND: Luckett. Eagan, Merrell, Doctor. Morris. Penney, Shapiro. Kass. Sillman, Shapiro, Mannos. Jones, Kelley Woodbury, Mitchell. Tomlin, Buerger. THIRD: Chien, Jacobson Horn, Gutnayer. Friedman. Rashman. Eckhouse. Clark, Mesirow Tisch. Kirby. Lapp. Sobotka, Staller. Randle, Chimoures. Hoelle- rich, REAR: Stone, Solomon, McCabe. Stenquist. Manin. Gould Hanson, Thalmann. Millikin. Watson. Reichert, Gadient. Frie- field, Randolph, Acker. Nadherny. ' -, ,, A S- if e 0 W fri .ftbe - - gf, ' I 'f it., Tfgg k , X S in Q Q ' ' X Q 0 635 Q qi ,U --nv una s GIRLS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Rubin. Sillman. Lee M, Mitchell. F. Lazar. H. Lazar. Crown. Minow, Sternberg, Sobel Richter. Anderson. Ackermann, Wolfson. SECOND: Follin, Neu- man, Abrams. Wittenberg, Joseph, Diehl, Smith, Burns, Harris Colby, Gregory. Miller, Yellin, Healy, Drucker, Jenkins. THIRD: Magee, Dietmeier. Vorreiter, Heagstedt, Thorsen, Dallmeyer, Fin- ney, M. Johnson. Webster, Savitt, Edwards. Mack, Gellar, Japha Towne, White. FOURTH: Moss. Tubbs, Verlander. Gless, C Robinson, Horwitz, Fridstein, Frankel. Todhunter. Doerschuk Watkins. Irwin. Pottage. C. Johnson. L. Mitchell, Fox, Manker REAR: Stout. Wilson, Corrigan. Belzer. Smith, Pieper, Baere Fajerstein, Rance. Husum, Katz, Guelich. Kauffmann. Hanlon Callahan, Manierre, Hardee. P. Robinson. Fresh men MISS AMMERMAN FIRST ROW: Eichner. Dadian Miiller, Charone, Gautier, Coyle, Ellis Lans. SECOND: Baileys, Baekgaard Larmee, O'Boyle, Kelly. Robetts Pew, Gibson. THIRD: Angelos Deutsch, Owens, Drewry, VanLeeu wen, Federico, Keever, Johnson REAR: Peterson, Rudiger, Meyer Watson, Beyer, Harney, Sugrue. AB- SENT: Miss Ammerman, Rogers Sampson. MR. BELLANCA FIRST ROW: Wijas, Salstone, Eliot, Chapman, Ramsay, Hall, Klinge. SECOND: Culp, Penticotf. Silander. Stang, Clark, Thompson, Alder, Mr. Bellanca. THIRD: Lawlor, Adams, Anastasia, Whitney, Taylor, Leonard, Winter. REAR: Schoof, MacKenzie, Dalheim. Cooper, High- tower, Crump, Moore, ABSENT: Sanden, Wallace. MR. CAJET FIRST ROW: Siebel. Braun, Ban- nard, Heinzen, Moritz, Weibel, O'- Neill, Raggi. SECOND: Byrd, D. Johnson, Stahl, Powell, Stephenson. David, Mr. Cajet. THIRD: Simon, Taylor, Jeracki, Cornell. Majewski. Hotz, Weber. REAR: R. Johnson, Hornbuckle, Dicesare, Allen, Sholl. Schmitt, Miller. ABSENT: Deppen. Kinzer, Laue, Pigott. MISS DEMPSEY FIRST ROW: Fosen, Allyn, Mouso- lite, Brennan. Harnar. Camras, Fei- ger, Bezark. SECOND: Frazer, Wit- tenberg. Cohen. Besant. Hartz, Dil- lon, Bischoff, Miss Dempsey. THIRD: Hurley, Roberts, Wyse, Blair, Clayton, Miehle, Hager. REAR: Carney, Schmitt, Gordon, Redding, Braden. Hickey, King. AB- SENT: Wolfram. MISS DRAKE FIRST ROW: Norton. Raab, Stern. Lehman. Schulman. Dodds. Scully. Rempert. SECOND: Fix, Benoist. Frazier, Konradt, Davis, Mankus, Al- len. Miss Drake. THIRD: Cronk. Smith, Babagian. Freda. Gronley. Carson, Crawford, Wells. REAR: Foy. Goldberg, Leverenz, Nelson. Beebe, Wilson. Hotfmeyer. ABSENT: Ayyad. Schroeder, Stout. I76 MRS. Ill INUXX I-'IRSI ROW: Kiera. Alllci. SCIICII Pittman. Slcin. Xlcirill. Iixh. SI-fl ONIJ: Small. Ilaiyci, Ciilennrc Hcrnigx. lhirncll. Iiailvcc. Dillon THIRD: Pulll. Raalcll. Crmui. Vicr- I I ra. Small. Sulhcrg. Mix IUIIUIIUW REAR: C IIIIIPIWCII. Niclwank. Ilarlnll' Ramni. Arimlmng. Schnalw. 'I ippcl Slynlahar. AIISI-NI: Iaspcr. I.cach I,e.IcunL. Waiwlxxcll. MR. I-.YIARI Y FIRSI RUVV: Illmllaml. Ilcaly. Wah- IUIIKI. llmlilqr. Ainiui, Vllciw. Xlarwh Carlxon, SFCOYD: Iixcrvni. YIll'i Fixhhuin. Ilanligci. Xxltjllllhflgl Schmitt. XII. Ifxcrly. 'IIIIRDZ Ciray Karxlcn. Pcaixun. Clulimv. l-Vicnil Kenna. Kenyon, RI4.XRi Ciwiuwixiii Iacclx. Randall. I-iccil, Pclcixcn. Soi cnwn. .XHSI TSI: Iiaqlwlmin. Hull man. Iauci. Nlaclnlirc. Nlcnnlunhall MRS. URAI4 FIRST ROW: -Xlwiilhglmd. Ciimn Dye. Lnnningharn. Sinipmn. Pcici' son. Circcnc, Nlrx. Ural. SVCONID Frank. Iicndall. Iallc. Salt! .lohnwn Prill. 'I HIRD: Nlcllmwald. Inland Neihiiigsr. Daxix. Will. Riinnncl Blackcll. RI-.ARi Iirlm n. Nlillcll Huh row. Fair. Ucixl. Kangclmi. Ifhlcklcy AHSI9N'Ii fualc. Schilling, MR GREGORY FIRSI ROW: Peck. Ciiuiilnn. flag Holcumh. Marxhall. Ixlcnncr. Masa initsn. Arnni. SIQCONID: Cinlhcric Wcalhcrhcani. Smyth. Cicnln. .lacolwy Hahn. SCIIIIICSS, Mi. Clicgury IAHIRID: I-icgcn. Sivrighl. Rolwling ,fXIvai'c1, Haiiis. Iiaxlci, Riley Sclmarlz. U'fii'mxl:p. RI-'A R: ixIIIl' laugh. laqulwwn. Slxajzn. limlccn Chmplvcll. I-'ai'ix, Kuhncn. Siilwlcll Wailx. Wiley. MR. IJ. H Xl I FIRSI RUXX: Niarilcn. U'lii'icn Iclxcx. l.an::. Nlilwlwn. Sill-'X IIUIIIUI IiI'1IXIlS. Sli UND: liulihnu. Clnnin I gCI'. Spies. Billxili. Spnulliax. Mick Ilall. Nh. llall. IIHRD: llilvlwaiil Walliiiix. Ixczulall. Spwiix. Ilicixanii Sicarnx. licukci. XXig31l'1ll'ii. RI:.XR Iillioli. Ifwmi. IQIIIIJII. Slcllcnx, Sig risl. lialnluin. Suigggcli. luv All SIfNIi Iiiggiiw. xllffilfk' I77 'Fa FRESHMEN MR. HAM FIRST ROW: Snyder. Barnett. Holmes. Bradley. Horwitz. Douds. Smudsky. SECOND: Evans. Houpt. Rosenstein. Nielsen. Peterson. Potter. Langan. Mr. Ham. THIRD: Petersen. Hedges. McNamara. Oppen. Nunn. lsmond. White. REAR: Gion. Rupp, Rodgers. McDonell. Griffiths. Sween- ey. Sindt. ABSFNT: Maize. Van- haerle. Wiehe. MR. KRUEMPELSTAEDTER FIRST ROW: Hoffman, Hofstetter. Smargon. Morse. Klein, Mitchell. O'- Brien. SECOND: DiClementi. Mc- Loed, Daugherty. Moss, Casey, Pfaff. Mr. Kruempelstaedter. THIRD: MC- Cahey. Ordman. Handelman. Kana- ley. Snorf. Stevenson. Blake. REAR: Broderick. MacArthur, Daly. Mc- Bride. Drake. Brandenburg. AB- SENT: Hackett. Minx, O'Rourke. Trezevant. MR. LABADIE FIRST ROW: Raymond. Shattil. Biz- zell. Beals. Cullen. McFetridge. Marks. Hood. SECOND: Zecldies. Ramirez. Ringwald. Moore. Fisher. Timm. Cleland. Mr. Labadie. THIRD: Brennan. Wiley. Galloway, Forbes. Rhodes. Brumbaugh. Hayes. Davis. Peterson. REAR: Bransford. Whyte. Isham. Iavore. Fernandez. McEachron. Petersen. MISS LAETZ FIRST ROW: Kavanaugh. Green. Kuether. Farnsworth. Burnett. De- Vuono. Zipperman. Kopp. SECOND: Kerr. VanDerBosch. Apfelbach. Judd. Duff. Rothermel, Goul. Miss Laetz. THIRD: Lazarus, Himmer. Stewart. Vance. Murphy. Mills. Blais- dell, McKay. Grifhth. REAR: Perrel- la. Stern. Baumle. Baker. Craig. Hed- iger. Kilner. Mueller. M ISS LOTT FIRST ROW: Mandel. Prince. Nich- ols. McNally. Whittemore. Frielt. Brand. T. Johnson. SECOND: All- red. Baer. Jorgensen. Hughes. Peter- sen. Turley. Ewing. Miss Lott. THIRD: Bro. Munk. Reynolds. Mc- Dermott. Camp. S. Johnson. Wyco. Beckmann. REAR: Fair. Sugden. Beucher. Almgren. Seitz. Miller. Wea- ver. Goodpasture. I78 MR. METZCBER FIRST ROW: Rennolds. Hartman Chadwick, Nord. Doepel. Heidhues Ialhol. Saliwanchik. SECOND: Vos Pfutzenreuter. Becker. I.awson, Kitt- redge, Egan. Holfman. Mr. Metzger THIRD: Boudart. Sustman. Fernan- dez. Hallsteen. Schmaeher. Gentles Kaplan. REAR: Hanus. Baird. King- ery. Trumbull. Danielson. Keys. AB- SENT: Edson. McElin. Hart. Park. MR. MITCHELL FIRST ROW: Burnett. Silvius. Mil- Ier. Beliard. McGeever, Wortell. Kin- ney. Karmel. Conant. SECOND: Chi- chester. Porter. East. Drwiega. Stein- horn. Hausheer. Sider, Toubus THIRD: Abraham. Morrison. Orr Fragassi. Hilliard. Kingwill, Gefvert Carlson. REAR: McConnell. Thorp Schmid. Kornfeld. Waddell, Peterson Iaesehke. Stewart. ABSENT: Terra. MRS. MOREAU FIRST ROW: Kugler. Kubert. Igle- hart, Drew. Allen. Cameron. Parrish Koch. Beard. SECOND: Dudiek Rodriguez. Diaz. Koenen. Seholo- mite. Connolly. Wallace. Bulkeley Mrs. Moreau. THIRD: Williams. Ull- man. O'Brien. Steiger. Lambert Browne. Brent. Leonard. REAR: Cohrs. Mercier. Marshall. Seidholz Borden. Kiskaddon. Prince. AB- SENT: McFarlan. MISS O'CONNOR FIRST ROW: Roberts. Bradley. But- ler. Rudolf. Wells. Spector. Bischoff SECOND: Anderson. Burt. VanBaer- le. Schaffer. Paterson, Connley Downs. Cardais, Miss O'Connor THIRD: Bohr. Seghers, Converse Marsh. Widran. Reih. Kramer. Mc: Goldrick. REAR: Mengel. Miller Donaldson. Rodenkirch. Mefioey Hewett. Egan. Zuke. Chapman. MR. O'HARE FIRST ROW: Morris. Wagner Tsehudy. Feldman. Rosenthal. Cul- len. Gray. Treadwell. SECOND: Pol- lock. Stiles. Giordano. Mitchel. Lyon. Bauer. Saville. Mr. O'Hare. THIRD: Marder. Harper. White. Regan. Martin. Kastel, Schoof. REAR: Bloom. Summers. Major. Hansen. O'Keele. Campbell. Cassady. AB- SENT: Boynton. Hendricks. l.oomis. McKay. Wirtshafter. I79 , . FRESHMEN M RS, PARTRIDGE FIRST ROW: Lewis. Healy. Gross- man. Limberg, Pirruccello. Schen- num. Schulman. B. Campbell. Mrs. Partridge. SECOND: 'VIt1eller. Higa. Reinert. Barchiesi. Reda. Kornhaber, Frankel. THIRD: Abrahamson. L. Campbell, O'Hara. McLaren. Gignil- liat, Quilici. Lochridge. Debacker, Ernst, REAR: McDonough, Stephan, O'Connor, Packard. Jackson. Easter- berg. Block. Byrd. MRS. PAUL FIRST ROW: Grode. Kluczynski. Cohen. Budwig. Lambrecht, Carruth. Reynolds. SECOND: Wroblewski. Donohue, Ducey. Lutz. Sale. Straub. Wheeler, Mrs. Paul. THIRD: Hug- gins. Hutter. Freeman. Bird. Kem- merer. I-lerzel. Jones. Rubens. REAR: Merrifield Erland Sam son Vitale . . p. . , Croft. Manning. Sehmidtlein. Nord- hem. ABSENT: Anderson. Sanders. MRS. REAM FIRST ROW: Hirschborn. Leaf. Ol- Brien. Katz. Delaney, Moloney. Bake- house. Aagaard. SECOND: Key, Wheeler. Miller, Smith. Spier, Morfet, Levin. Mrs. Ream. THIRD: Martin. Babcock. Greene. Mclsleeyer. Kern. Sangster. Brown. REAR: Naft. Van- Zevern. Lewis. Kirby. McClure. Mul- lins. Cragg. Carroll, MRS. SPROWL FIRST ROW: Campbell. More. Stew- art. Sanborn. Schneider, Westfall Kennedy. Ryhn. Clark. Johnson SECOND: McCaleb. Widran. Den- man, Tisdall. Sroge. Dempsey. Smith Richman. Seymour. Mrs. Sprowl REAR: Monson. Katz, Kaatz. Muel- ler, Ellzey. Hines. Thomas. Hill Barnes. Young. ABSFNT: Ashley Bell. Ostergaard. MR. STEVENS FIRST ROW: Kravits. Peterson Lund. Koch. Harness. Buckingham Poe. Weimer. SECOND: Didreksen Sohotka. Wetterstcn. Tam, Petrus Moran. Kincaid. Lenthart. McAllis ter. REAR: Vance, Cloud. Schafer Tipping. Jacobson, Luchow, Bremner Kilimnik. ABSENT: Cromartie Sampson. Goss. l-intlsay, Stratnglen MISS S'IOI--,WVR I"IRS'l ROW: Silxer. Oherndorl. Pel- ers. Defiross. Grove. Pile. Maclien lie. Maynard. SECOND: Cagney Katz. Benner. Rosensweig, Philipp Hiekel. Brandfon. liyrunt. Miss Stoe- wer. THIRD: Westlcr. Seehrest. Vor' reilcr. Parks. Whitehurch. Hicks Witt. I-lriltingham. REAR: Williams Murphy. MeNichols. Hughson. Dan cey. Rust. Arndt, Rothermcl. AHA SENT: lauss. MR. SWAIN FIRST ROW: Cutler. Yeomans Haumgarten. Eclscr. Ebert. Barron Bassett. Kellett. SECOND: Williams Brainerd. .lames. Harvey. Eagan Krimmct. Ciulbrandsen. Mr, Swain THIRD: Grillin. Iirandlein. Levin Meder. Rosenfeld. Cole. Stiritz. Sel- hy. REAR: Roth. Mahowald. Nagel Udell. Dasxxiek. Nlaynard. Siegel Kraemer. MR. SWARSEN FIRST ROW: Stelfey. McGrath Stewart. Brown. Beiersdorf. Torres Apatolf. Stickles. SECOND: Green Rosen. Colvsell. Kulp. O'Ciara. Med- er. Heidrich. Mr. Svsarsen. THIRD: Allen. Tennnernian. Stephens. Me- Weeny. Mercer. Petersen. Ritlen. Ba hich. REAR: Crowley. Gould. Skalla Cremin. Urhan. Moore. Wile. AB SENT: Goldhlatt. Johnson. M RS. ILNDERWOOD FIRST ROW: Sehlueter. Masterton Arezzo. Blau. Hobson. Schnell. Slack Stern. Gregori. Jamieson. SECOND: Anderson. Sandberg. Jennings. Sosna Young. Riley. Schneider. Merrifield Schmidt. Mrs. Underwood. REAR: Myers. Koeour. Littell. Sloan. Hawes Menary. Yowell, Handtmann. DeI.er- no. Mack. ABSENT: Stearns. Ste- VCIT4. NIR. WALENER FIRST ROW: Hayes. Brooks. Nat' rod. Wood. Massey. Claris. Perry. Syl- van. Mr. Wagner. SECOND: Mann Horre. Franl-ts. Hurwith. Reekord Maltz. Tallant. 'I HIRD: Schtnit. Pel- lizzi. Drxxiega. Butler. Muller. Schill- erell. Compton. 'l't'ohaugh. REAR Gaynor, Hurgeson. Miller, Harring- ton. Staller. Coladarei. Pryor. Ciilhert ABSENT: Peterson. Wallace. STEVE WHITE JEAN MCDERMOTT JULIA KATZ JAY WATKINS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer STEERING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: Eliot. Abrahamson, Massey, Reib, McFetridge, Benner, Homer, Smith, Powell. SECOND Duff, White, Mclieever, Watkins. Brown, Tipping, Whittemore, Jacobson, THIRD: Giordano, Jamieson, Ordman, Carruth, Harnar, Roth Ullman, Freed. REAR: Stewart, VanLeeuwen, Crown, Edson, McDermott, Barnes, Katz, Wile. BOYS' HONOR GROUP-FIRST ROW: Burnett, Wijas, Peck. Marden. Douds, Horwitz, Loomis, Massey, Apatoff, Eliot, Powell. Spier, Sitkin, Culp, Weinberg, Brainerd. SECOND: Johnson Wirtshafter. Kenna, Chapman, Spotts, Schillereff, Tam, Mac Kenzie. Schafer, Meeder, Sider, Heidrich, Ordman, Moss. THIRD. Sindt, Morrison, Jacoby, Winter, Jacobson, Selby, Ensor, Dan- ielson, Sustman, Friend, Regan, Gentles, Gould, Barnett. REAR. Becker, Whyte, Gilbert, Cole, Rhodes, Kraemer, Weber, Watts. Sorenson, Wile, Stewart, White, Pollock, Mahowald. GIRLS' HONOR GROUP--FIRST ROW: C. Lewis, Igleheart. Kluczynski, Roberts, B. Katz, Stewart Frick, Prince, Dodds. Blau. Hobson, Cameron, Jasper, Zipperman, Allred, Abrahamson, Don- ohue, B. Campbell. SECOND: Butler, Clark, Anderson, Free- man, Bird, Camras, Kerr, Lutz, Sale, Cohen, D. Katz, Van Baerle, More, Wallace, Sandberg, L. Campbell, Brown. THIRD: M. Campbell, Wyse, Huggins, Babagian, Seymour, Deutsch, Levin, J. Katz, Van Leeuwen, Barbara Merrifield, Vitale, Sugden. Betsey Merrifield, Jones, Perrella, Steiger, Geist. FOURTH: Monson, Hutter, Ramm, Bischoff, L. Miller, Pew, Widran, Vance. Bobrow, Tisdall, Cohrs, D. Lewis, G. Miller, Redding, Vorreiter, Parks. REAR: Scholomite, Rodenkirch, Lazarus, Rust, Wrablew- ski, Packard, Kirby, Weaver, Drewry, Ellzey. Grimth, Cragg. Mueller, McFarlan, McClure, Mack, Goodpasture. is l83 Leadership and service TOM JUDGE ANDREW HALL JODY BROTT DAVID WILKINS President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer STEVE CROWN JIM H1RscH LINDA BRUCE RUTH CUMMINGS DORIE ELLZEY MARK ROBBINS SUE LYON Co-Head Dining Co-Head Dining Co-Head Co-Head Honor Safety CofHead Hall Hall Communications Communications Coordinations i s .., . l ..,. .-al. Jews 2 if W rf mv. DEBBIE RHODE CHRIS CRAMER DON KATZ JEFF LUND TRisH LLOYD DON CASEY NED GREENBERG Co-Head Co-Head Co-Head Library Unity and Spirit Senior Educational Coordinations Study Hall Study Hall Responsibility Opportunities SECOND SEMESTER BOARD-FIRST ROW: Brand. SECOND: Liebow, Milwid, Crown, Krimmer, Preston. McLeod. Fresen. Schew itz, REAR: Katz, Houpt, Smithson, Heinen, Smart, Rastetter, Lingle, Weeks. ABSENT: Hilarides, Neal. FIRST SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Miller, Allen, Free Ross, MacArthur, Epstein, B. Johnson, Calhoun. SECOND Hammond, Butler, Heinen, Houpt, Wilcox, Ware, Lyon, Fried man, Weinberg, Mannos, Spiess, Gutnayer, Schewitz. REAR: Poor, Denison, Schumacher, Fresen, Sullivan, Gore, Williamson c o reston, Maize. ark, Judge, Tager, Delaney, Jenkins, M. Johnson. Rastetter, Corby, STUDENT COUNCIL li SECOND SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Becker, Silver, Hurowitz, Miller, Donohue, Cunningham, Taylor, Turley, Thrall, Haszlakiewicz, Allen, Whitchurch, Butler, Van Leeuwen, Rummel, Jenkins. SECOND: Johnson, Duncan, Brandfon, Tager, Moore, Guthrie, Lau, McBride, Mack, Allison, MacArthur, East, Wilcox, Watkins. THIRD: Doepel, Lyon, Goodman, Friedman, Weinberg, Mannos, Tate, Spiess, Kendall, Rhodes, Roth, Sustman. REAR: Hallsteen, McNitt, Denison, Poor, Fefer, Rosenwald, Thompson Lau, Crown, Casey, Law. JERE HINES TOM KUENZEL MIKE REES PAT O,GARA President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer JAY SILVER Social Service Chairman PETER COLLINS Charities Chairman JIM SIMMONS Lagniappe Director ROB VIHON Publicity Chairman JACK STEWART Service Head DOUG O,BRIEN Dance Chairman ALAN BLAKE CO-Chairman Arrangements HARRY GRACE Co-Chairman Arrangements BOB KELLY Usher Corps Chairman BRUCE WILLIAMSON HN" Club President RICK QUAINTANCE Ticket Chairman BOB DIX Dinner Chairman KEN SUSLICK CINDY NELSON President Secretary STUDENT TUTORING ELLEN BRANDFON Student Teaching Week STUART SONDHEIMER Membership Administration MIKE LEAF Public Relations BARH JOHNSON Chief Clerical Coordinator MARGIE GORDON Clerical Coordinator LOREE STENN Clerical Coordinator SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD-Mun ray. Brown, Rovelstad. SECOND: N Mr. Ward. Trobaugh. Silver. Minow. Ward. Ringel. Berlin. Cornyn. REAR: Ford. lsham. Sample. Rance. Tranen. GIRLS' CLUB CAROL LAVIN President SALLY SLINGERLAND JODY UNGERLEIDER Vice-President RICKI DEVOS Charity LISE APATOFF Co-1-lead of Art CELESTE JORDON Co-Head of Art CHRIS DELLARD Financial MAREA STUHR Co-Head of Service RICKIE CROWN Co-Head of Service NANCY BUSH Publicity MARY PAT RENNOLDS Projects ROSIE SHERMAN Social MARY JONES Friendly CAROLYN CORNYN Social Service HEATHER LAWRENCE Co-Head of Projects NoRA RICHTER Co-Head of Projects ROBBIN DERRY Employment NANCY HEALY Asst. to Publicity KAREN HORWITZ Asst. to Service VICKI VORREITER Asst. to Financial LYDIA WEBSTER Asst. to Friendly Secretary JENNIFER MCNERNEY Treasurer PATSY FREEHLING Chairman of Freshmen and Reps GIRLS' CLUB FRESHMAN HELPERSaFIRST ROW1 Trobaugh. Freehling. Compton. Engel- mann. lckes. SECOND: Gressem. Laird. Foley. Walradt, THIRD: Kelle- her. Dummy. Mackie. REAR: Zopp. Borre. Bagley. ABSENT: Newton, EXTRA BOARD MEMBERS-Packer. Englcmun. Bonynge. Lipschullz, PEP CLUB BETSY INGERSOLL SUE MOORE President Vice-President SUE MUELLER SUE Woon JACKIE HEINEN STEPHIE PAM Gnoss MELINDA Secretary- Co-ordinations Asst. FRIEFIELD Asst. Eligibility RASTETTER Treasurer Co-ordinations Eligibility Selling NANCY WHEELAN CHRIS KUENZEL GAIL GUTHRIE NINA HEAGSTEDT KATHY HART SUE LOTHROP Asst. Selling Asst. Selling Publicity Asst. Publicity Asst. Publicity Art NANCY LISA TURLEY A. ACKERMANN KATHY GALLOWAY PATTY JOHNSON TRISH LLOYD ELLINGTON Varsity Cheer- Sophomore Cheer- Co-Captain Co-Captain Unity and Spirit Asst, A11 leading Captain leading Captain Pompom Pompom PEP CLUB POM-POM GIRLS-CLOCTKWISE FROM TOP: Kotleu. Borre. Barton. Galloway Qcaptainl, Saunders. Johnson ico- captainl. Warren. Lee. Husum. Miller. Hillner. Eix. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS--FIRST ROW: Vail. Cutler, Turley. Ellis. Isaacs. SECOND: Russo. Hull. O'Rourke. Schlueicr. Lidskcr. xp-F .. , ins. Judge. SECOND: C'xll'uh'1n. Ark crnrnnn. Allen. Meier. REAR: Hoyt. ,I W SOPHOMORE CHEERIIEADFRS -f FIRST ROW: Farrar. Cicocuris. ,lank- AFS MILENA BARRIOS-ANGULO LILIANA BRENES URS KERN LEORA KUTTNER AFS BOARD-FIRST ROW: Lang, Wilkinson, Smith, SEC- OND: J. Boudart, Biederman, Friedman, Zastrow, Horstman REAR: Homer, Ross, Baugher, M. Boudart, Muente, Korth Bloch. Performing arts GIRLS' ENSEMBLIE-FIRST ROW: Sloker. Lewis. Hayward. Yudell. Woolson. Gross. Jones. Pierson. Baugher. T. Hall. Schlueler Drummond. SECOND: Plochman. Kelleher. Hoskins. Manchester. Dencker. Badger. Mero. Burns. Carlson. Koller. M. Hall. Bl'llLlI Diehl. Augdahl. Sullivan. McNcrney. East. REAR: Jeracki. Ellzey. McCullough. Donaldson. Maynard. Everill. Zchr. Engclland Graves. Davidson. Houpl. Hiork. Compton. Johnson. McClure. Q ,, -.,. . N it , ., . ii h b , of It M 3, g, at ' ' n W '.L. T R Q - K , T h 3 Y F K 1 - Il . 1 ' .. ' A :'ir: 1 - g A J J 59 J : ' I . : W A .R 'Er' i.r' I ' J ' ' f J ef- 1 J if rrrrn A r ' ' ' 1 c . 1 3 , i A l I f A ll l BOYS' ENSEMBLE-FIRST ROW: Hart. McBride. Robertson. Neuman. Jacobson. J. Hall. Millikin. MacDonald. Humphrey. Stern Lund. Detmer. SECOND: Black. Guyot. S. Fox. Murray. Johnsen. Paine. Fischer. Hill. Gundlach. Denison. Broad. REAR: Marver. Hughes. C. Hall. Harms. Redding. Lanahan. Barenbrugge. Hamilton, Agnew. D. Fox. Kilner. Shearon. Poyser. OPERA-FIRST ROW: Hayward, Vranek, Stoker, Todhunter, Gross, Woolson, Yudell, Isaacs, Baugher, Moran, Drummond, Butler, Raggi, Mero, Engelmann, McNerney, Gaber. SECOND: Hopkins, Plochman, Badger, Ernst, McBride, Kotler, Ismond, Carlson, Graves, Hall, Jones, Schmiel, Cole, McCallum, Sullivan, Bjork, Barenbrugge. THIRD: Zopp, Everitt, Kuttner, Roepke, Lee. Mousolite, Watson. Richter. Nielsen, Dunn, Houpt, McCann, Johnson, O'Brien, Lanahan. FOURTH: Stern, Wilson. Humphrey, Bono, Koliiat, Redding, Freud, Prodromos, Grinnell. Tinen, Guyot, Sethness. Johnsen, Christian, Mann. REAR: More, James, Jensen, Kinzer, Miller, MacDonald, Agnew. Broad. Gion, Werner, Barbee, Lazear. Quaintance. Broten. Kretchmer. Watts, Marver. WW" SENIOR CHOIR-FIRST ROW: Gritton, N. Wheelan, Dodder, Ross, Tisch, Gibson, Wilkins, Koons, Cooper, LaFave, Howland Carone, Cox, Wilson. SECOND: Pearson, Poe, Katz, Rastetter, Lussky, L. Wheelan, Telfer, Tager, Dixon, McAllen, Nielsen Johnson, Powers, Palm. THIRD: McNair, Horstman, Friedberg, Goodpasture, McQuiddy, Yohe, Hawes, Holton, Swan, Peterson Frid, Taylor. REAR: Braet, Buzard, Luckett, Mitchell, Mac Kenzie, Preston, Gober, Sugrue, Hall, Gundlach. Kirkland, Mc- Clure, Detmer, Hurley. JUNIOR GIRLS' CHOIR-FIRST ROW: Bassett. Grigg. Rich. Eagan, Drew, Foster, Bishop, Lee, Ramey. Ismond. Snyder, Shockey, Campbell, Ponder, Ehrenberg. Hurst. REAR: Dhein. Jennrich, Miodonski, Frissell, Kornfeld, Thrall, Sailor, Meredith. Laurentowski, Carpenter, lmmenhausen. Horstman, Mack. Roth- ermel, Price, Lidecker. fa: A MUSETTES-FIRST ROW: Larson, Sternberg, Joseph, Neuman, Diehl, Stein, Abrams, Dunn, Bartlett, Samuels, Lazar. SECOND: Deahl, Cunningham, Gerrie, Plochman, Smith, Stiles, Guyton, Skaja, Gregory, Fuller, Kuenzel. THIRD: Goodsmith, Slaght. Sprott, Farrar, Culver, Herold, Fisher, Colby, White, Hart, Gie- low, Knight. REAR: Robinson. Croy, Kemmerer. Klaiber, Dodge, Tubbs, McWeeny. Calhoun, Geocaris. Kauffmann. Gue- lich. Carpenter, Norcross, Harston. TROUBADORS-FIRST ROW: Wye. Trux, Toombs, Johnson Milburn, Zellner. Johnston. Petersen, Robbins, Chimoures, Hoff- man. Grieshaber. REAR: Mitchell, Fair. Overman, Eversz, Col- well, Granum. Stults. McNitt, Nortrup. Nicholsonn. Pear, Rollins Nadherny. CHORALIERS-FIRST ROW: Becker, Wolan. Lazar, Coyle. Trumbull, Cornell, White, Catlin, Gross, Warson. Manning. Blankenship, Sanders. Karp. SECOND: Waldstein. Drew, Evans, Thorsen, Woods, Voigts, Webster. Calhoun, Goodwin. Peterson, Droege. Moore, Dover, Towne. THIRD: Allen. LaPat, Stewart. Mitchell. Brandt, Finney. Weiss, Bonnell. Howland, Blackwell O'Gara, Krensky, Bagg. Osborne, Ramirez. REAR: Nordhem Thorp, Rest, Sonnenschein. Mack. Dreiske, Farrar, Cowan, Rob erts. Hampton, Ellington, Heagstedt, Rodgers, Fisher. Cederberg Johnson. Gless. nn i ing...-1w..MmR,m y, awwruaum....,,,.,,.-A-spa'-1 SENIOR ORCHESTRA SENIOR ORCHESTRA-FIRST VIOLIN: Rodgers, Ewing, Mil- ler, Knupfer, Vorreiter, Leiden, Monson, R. Johnson, Wood, Beebe, Weisbard, Moffet, L. Johnson, Minnow, Long, Seabury. SECOND VIOLIN: N. Bloch, Peterson, Goldstein, Keller, Rass- mussen, R. Camras, Japha, Smith, Singsen, Bradshaw, Goodman, Ade, Eckhouse, Babcock, J. Reynolds. VIOLAS: Wood, Corry, Todhunter, Jacobs, Campbell, Kass, Eisenberg, B. Reynolds, Doer- schuk. CELLO: Haas, Cameron, Gordon, Novak, Korsvik Moore, Bakehouse, Steiner, Staller, Horn, Horwitz, Eliot. BASS: Nealon, L. Bloch, Spies, Homer, Kraemer, Wyse, Rust, Sheldon FLUTE: Wilcox, Mayer, Novak, D. Schewitz, C. Camras. OBOE: Rosenthal, Hawes, Cragg, Deppen. CLARINET: Shapiro, Benton Petersen, G. Schewitz, Hauenstein. BASSOON: Trobaugh, Douds Schwartz. FRENCH HORN: Rosenwald, Geist, Reichelderfer Horn, Muller. TRUMPET: Urban, Parshall, Brown, Ellington TROMBONE: Peterson, Sorenson, Poe, Stelfens. TUBA: Garrett PERCUSSION: Watts, Thomas, Doctor, Jacobson. PIANO: Horwitz. v 7 CONCERT BAND-FLUTE: Taylor. Jordan. Sehneider. Katz, Eckert. Biseholl, Kao. Kaatz. OBOE: Watson. Sobel. Steinhorn Ruettinger. CLARINET: Hauenstein. Morrison. Temmerman Sanders. Hood. Ernst. White, Strunk, Mueller. Striebel. Campbell Hammer. BASS CLARINET: Kaiser. BASSOON: Omachi Bonynge. ALTO SAXOPHONE: Petersen. Gastler. Rechel. TEN OR SAXOPHONE: Conrad. MacKenzie. TRUMPET: Campbell Penticoff. Powell. Wells. Bannard. Lyon. Lund. Levin. Sale. Jacob son. Thomas. Fitzgerald. Brown. Cloninger. Harper. Ducey CONCERT BAND C C' Lersch. Mayer. FRENCH HORN: Leekley. Muller. Trobaugh. Sawyer. TROMBONE: Peterson. Piper. Heinzen, Enchelmayer. Chadwick. McKay. BARITONE: Sorenson. Mannos. Gutnayer. Green. TUBA: Garrett. Bransford. Henn. Becker. PERCUS- SION: Adams. Katz. Leverentz. Watts. White. Wolfe. 9 CHAMBER ORCHFSTRA-4"IRST VIOLIN: Rodgcix. Knuplcr. Miller. Leiden. N. Bloch. Johnson. SFCOND VIOLIN: Pclcrxon. Monson. Cioldxiein. Scuhury. Vorreiler. Keller. VIOLA: A. Todhnwter. Corry. Wood. Jacobs. Reynolds. CELLO: .loily Hams. .l. Tod- hunler. Gordon. Cameron. Korwik. Hull. BASS: E. Bloch. Homer. Hattis. FLUTI-5: Muycr. Wilcox. OBOE: Roscntlizil. Ihlaivvcx. CLARINIVI: Shapiro. Schcwizlz. BASSOON: Trohungh. Scl'iw'urlx. FRENCH HORN: Roscnwnld. Geist, Muller. 'IiRUlVIl'I5'I': l'zirshA ull. Brown. TIMPANI: .lon Haas. PIANO: Horwitz. ADVANCED DANCIifl'iIRS'l' ROW: Grow. Frissell. Gordon, Kam. Koller Pierson. Rich. Slcrnhcrg. Ciuhcr. SECOND ROW: Suyrc. Dunn. Smithcrx Kaplan. Walrndl. Kovulcik. Wolin. Raxhmun. Ploclimzm. Rcnch. Klcc THIRD ROW: Cioodmnn. Humphrcy. Bono. Redding, Tincn. More. Shcnron Frcud. Collins. REAR: Kolllul. Cinyol. Prodromos. Simmons. Puinc. LAGNIAPPF BOARD-FIRST ROW: Simmons. Yonngduhl. Finc. SIQC OND: Hauenslein. Moline. DcVox. THIRD: Aldridgc. 'lcllcix Woolyon FOURTH: Ahrzihumaon. Sliritl. Wullon. FIFTH: lN'lcQuiddy. Wolin. SIXTH Kinzc1'.Kovulcik. RFAR: CIl'lN11lIlOl'C.ROVNC. 46" 1 4 K "" '-fr A . A Communications .f A SKIP WEISS JOHN WEBB JANIS POWERS CARL STINE Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Managing Editor Layout Editor-lst Sem. K Photography J 1 Editorial J ECHOES ROB BIEDERMAN SUSAN KELLER MARY MACK BONNIE WIDRAN MIKE MILSOM BILL MEIER Head Copy Editor Special Pictures Special Pictures Special Pictures CO-Head, CO-Head, Editor Editor Editor Photography Photography JIM FIFFER Sports Editor PAUL RINGEL Sports Editor DEBBIE DAVIDSON Copy Editor DON FRIEDMAN Copy Editor LARRY MANDEL Copy-Special Pictures Editor JUNIOR ASSISTANTS-FIRST ROW: Ross, Fulton, Lindauer. SECOND: Berz, Grossberg, Lidsker, Hoskins, Allyn. THIRD: Hall, Riley, Gordon, Harnar. 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SECOND: Perlman, Samuels, Fiffer, Lang, Lawson, Horn, Sillman, Mr. Boyd Ccoachl. THIRD: Moline, Sobotka, Stone Wascher, Reichert, D. Friedman, Miodonski. REAR: Chapman, Martin. Twilling, Ahlborn, Biederman, Kilner. ABSENT: Johnston, Ru- derman. CROSS COUNTRY VARSITY--FIRST ROW: Gohar, Westfall, Lewis, Hilarides. Stewart. Mullen, Hines tcuptainl. Judge, Moran. REAR: Morris. Kiskaddon. Dahlheim. Miehle. Vihon, Kirkland. McGohey, Hat- tis -we All We 3 7 fl-:F paw QQ N, Q2 9 fi S new FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Winter. Lueking. Pelerx. Rollins. Ford. Cornell. Jennings. Henn. Lilienfeld. REAR: Mr. Hull lcozichl. lVlcWeeny. Weber. Chichester. Timm. Stung. Snort. Watts. Sustman. Petersen. Thompson tmanzxgerl. FOOTBALL ,., mfr- AA. - VARSITY-FIRST ROW: O,Boyle. McLeod, Hubachek, Lane, Maize, Brand, Morgan, Hansen, Jacobsen, Spoehr, Assimos. SEC- OND: Strohm, Kubert. Nortrup, Smart, Greenberg, Schaff, An- derson, S. Weil, Stevenson, Baylor, Smith, Willis. THIRD: Phil- lips, MacDonald, Gundlach, Kehoe, Williamson, Indeck, Hall Martin, Verville, Miller, Solberg, Neal. FOURTH: Versino, Ja- blonski. Mather, Seidholz, Detmer, Morrow, Poyser, Galloway Lundin, Savit, Nadherny. REAR: Burns, Kingery, Stewart, Pfaff Garrett. Kauffmann, Becker, Manly, T. Weil, Corboy, Spiess Moss. Q SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Brent, Guidarelli, Rocklin. Anderv son, Nord, Overman, Hoellerich, Morris. O'Connell, Fotopoulos, Buckner. SECOND: Mr. McFadzean Kcoachl, Downing. Hoff' man, Rankin, Watson. Nadherney, Jacobson. Federico. Ewen, Campbell, Goldblatt, Mr. Thomas Ccoachb, THIRD: Mr. Fly Lcoachj, Bowes, Pokrass, Sanborn, Tefft, Acker, Cameron, Eberle, McGohey, Chimoures. Kolstad, Grams, Mr. Leahy tcoachfl. FOURTH: Nickel, Tisch. Bunting, Katz, Weaver, McNally, Faw- ley, Rice, Young, Chapman, McCarthy. REAR: Singer, Porter. Harvey. Rees, Ransone, Randolph, Verville. Toombs. Steffens, Egan. ABSENT: Hammer. FRESHMAN AMFIRST ROW: laeck. Regan. Pfaff. Taylor. .l Allen, Daugherty, Minx. Major. SECOND: Klein, Danielson. O'- Rourke, Becker, Pryor, Sindt. Grifhths. Skalla. Potter. Mr Kruempelstaedter tcoachj. THIRD: Urban, Maclntire. Whyte Baldwin. M. Allen. Pigott. Gilbert, Jacobson. Rupp, Bodeen. Mr W fl h REAR- K'I' 'k S 1' -hk C."d amsey tcoac l. . llmnt . tewart. desc e. 'xssa y Swiggett, Campbell. Crump, Gion. Johnson, Kuhnen, Kingery. ,. 4, FRESHMAN B--FIRST ROW: Rennolds. O'Brien. Liebling Heinzen. Masamitsu. Nord. Maize. Stickles. Wijas. Burnett, SEC- OND: Sethness. Harvey, Hall. Rosenstein. Mitchell. Stahl. Mc- Kay. Borre. O'Neill. McLeod. East, THIRD: Mr. Kahler tcoachl Schillerefl. Anastasia. Dahlheim, Butler, Houpt. Leonard, Wetter- sten, Lawlor. Lawson. Mr. Tenney tcoachl. FOIJRTH: Fisher. Hackett. Baxter. Hallsteen. Ensor. McAllister. Petersen. Kincaid Heidrich. REAR: Keys. McElin. johnson. Maynard. Schmid Kingwill. Hightower. Trumbull. Castino. Moran. ABSENT: Bauer. Stephens. SOCCER VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Wynkoop, Abnee, Beutelspacner, Sustman Qcaptainj, Black fcaptainl, Weeks, Houser, Linden- berger. SECOND: Blackett, Pendleton, McDowell, Kuenzel, Harms, Versino, Grinnell, Blake, Fox. REAR: Mr. Schinto fcoachl, Bransford, Yoshimi, Torres, Karp, Schreyer, Hoyt, Greer, Schulte, Mr. Jackman fcoachj. ABSENT: Hall, JUNIOR VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Catlett, Liebow, Lans, Gut- nayer, Krier, Silver, Jordan, Rudernlan, lmhof, Vignola. SEC- OND: S. Siegel, Crown, M. Butler, Anderson, Clark, Hoell. Carlstrom, Goldberg, R. Butler, Jackman, Creagh, Cartwright. REAR: Mr. Mulliner Ccoachb, Thompson. Winter, Wrapp, Dove J. Siegel, Zeddies, King, Newton, Riley, Fresen. SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Keller. Bernstein. Kaden. Golden Braudo. Aldrich. Cohen. Rubens. SECOND: Mcfarren. Kirby Baumann. Smith. Shapiro. Spriggs. McDermott. Petersen. Allen Bacon. Carton. THIRD: Mr. Oscarson lcoachl. Mannos. Eck house. Berlow. Rosenthal. Rothrock. Schulz. Trux. N1cNitt. Hen drixson. White. Spiess. Mr. Hirsch lcoaehl. REAR: Horwitz Besant. Scheyer. Pear. Frohman. Skalla. Connley. Prashears Weinberg. Castino. Baekgaard. ABSENT: Eversz. Fair. FRESHMANf-FIRST ROW: Thorp. Evans. Peck. O'Brien. Clay Crutherie. lklorrison. Doepel. Massey. SECOND: Buckingham Rhodes. Vance. Riley. Raggi. Hart. Stiles. lXleCirath. Casey. Reck- ord. Porter. Udell. THIRD: Mr. Ward lcoachl. Kulp. Barnett Mciiee. Byrd. Jacobson. lallant. Clark. Temmerman. Trezevant Kastel. Cremin. Edson. REAR: Sylvan. Hood. Horwitz, Peterson Franks. Kaplan. Ickes. White. Selby. Cromartie. Compton. Hoff- fllklll, BASKETBALL VARSITY--FIRST ROW: Braun, Douglass, O'Gara, Kelly, Rees. REAR: Mr. Clark Ctrainerl, Mr. Severns Ccoachj, Mr. Schneiter Ccoachl, Pfaff, Kosick, Stewart, Hattis, Burns, Sholl, Stone Cmanagerj, Giordano, Neuman Qmanagerl. SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Nord, Hacket, Egan. Rees, Harv- ey, Morris, Brackett, Armbruster. REAR: Mr. Fly Kcoachl, Hoellerich, Welch, McCann. Acker, Sorenson, Danstron, Ewen, Nortrup. McNitt, Mr. Leahy lcoachj. ABSENT: Nadherny. FRESHMAN A-FIRST ROW: Ordman, Peterson, Potter Franks. O'Gara. Hackett. Borre. Castino, Heidrich. REAR: Mr Burnside tcoachj, Edson. Gion. Cassady. Kilimnik. Jaeschke. Whyte. Allen. Major. FRESHMAN B-FIRST ROW: Sider. Pfalf. Giordano. Regan. O'Rourke. Kenyon. Lane. REAR: Mr. Patterson tcoachl. Ma- howald. Urban. Hart. Wiley. Sorenson. Randall. Weber. SWIMMING VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Smith, Anderson, Agnew, Baird tcow captainj. Kauffmann tco-captainj, Beiersdorf tco-captainj, Gron- ley, Swiggett. Baughman. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tcoachj, Mr. Wolff tcoachl, Schewitz, McLaughlin, Hall, Detmer, Morley, Denison, Mr. Matz tcoachl, Mr. Cajet tcoachl. THIRD: G. Woodbury, Leanse, Eustis, Jacobson, Robertson, Herlocker. T. Woodbury, Millikin, Carlstrom. REAR: May tmanagerl. Ducey tmanagerj, Griffith. Beck, Thurlow. Shepard, Lindquist. Corboy, Hart. Koch tmanagerj, Hartz tmanagerl. SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Wilson. Poor. Inman. Wall fco- captainj, Woodbury too-captainl. Jones Cco-captainl, Andruss, Cutler, McCarren. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tcoachl, Mr. Wolff tcoachl, Shaw, Hillebrand. Hines. Maselli, Strunk, Mr.. Matz tcoachl, Mr. Cajet Ccoachl. REAR: Patera, Hughes, Bogie, Kelley, Piper, Lyon, Buckingham. Clarkson, Fuller. FRESHMAN-FIRST ROW: Kingwill. Lyon. Kenner. Ritzen tco-captainj. Baird too-captainl. McBride tcorcaptainl. Brand- enburg. Healy. Lauer. SECOND: Mr. Robertson tcoachl. Mr. Wolff tcoachl. Moss. Kuhnen. Swiggett, Laue. Gould. Moore. Mr. Matz fcoachl. Mr. Cajct tcoachl. THIRD: Hofstetter. Gordon. Sylvan. Kellett. Brainerd. Schoof. Buckingham. Watkins. Gentles. REAR: Wettersten. Schumacher. Thompson, Hall. Kan- aley. Hansen. O'Crowley. Faris. Forbes. Broderick. FENCING-FIRST ROW: Mella. Weatherhead. Stewart. Stick- les. Becker. Casey. REAR: Shapiro. Gill. Pinkert. Schwartz. Mr. Mulliner. Livezey. Robbins. King. Allen. ABSENT: Brandlein. WRESTLING VARSITY--FIRST ROW: Peters, Manierre, Johnson, James Allen, Wolf, Yoshimi. SECOND: Houser, Skinner, Goose, Cat- lett, Weinberg, Rothrock, Gareis, Castino. REAR: Mr. Kruemp- Swarzman, Williamson, Mr. Schillereff fasst. coachj. ABSENTJ elstaedter fhead coachj, Assimos, Verville, Hoffman, Hall, Porter Schaff, Whitney. SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Loudin, Tager, Parcell, Krause, Gustafson. Federico, Mayer, Hassenauer. SECOND: Marshall, Maranda. Moore, Carver, Maclntire, Rennolds. Stucker. FRESHMAN-FIRST ROW: Schillereff. Rennolds. Nord. Whit- ney. Saliwanehik. Wijas. Heinzen. Hoffman. Mendenhall. REAR: Mr. Wamsley tcoachl, Griffiths. Johnson. White. Stewart, McAl- lister. Schmid. Danielson. Miller. ABSENT: Sweeney. LACROSSE-FIRST ROW: Williamson. L. Catlett, Scharf. Vain- der. B. Becker. Abnee. Fotopoulos. McGohey. Ahlborn. SEC OND: Weil. Downing. Jablonski. Robertson. McBride. Shepard. Bunting. Rothrock, Mr. McFadzean tcoachl. THIRD: Gummer- sall. Versino. Mather. Lewis. Carlson. D. Catlett. Solberg. Rick etts. FOURTH: R. Becker. O'Rourke. Schmid. Pryor. Schillereff. Hacket. Babich. Goldblatt. Danielson. FIFTH: Sanborn, Shapiro. Frank. Smith. Green. Tipping. Smargon. Lane. REAR: Mac lntire. Downing, Hussey. Manly. Cameron. LACROSSE ri ' V, b,..: 3. - GYMNASTICS VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Braet, Culbertson, Roth, Seabury, Bley, Frank, Pancoe, Goldberg, Howard, Jensen. REAR: Mr. Schabel fcoachl, O'Connell, Randolph, Preston, Smith, Lieber- man, Carpenter, Krimmer, Cutler. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Pollock, Douds, Gray, Beiersdorf, Siebel, Miller, Burnett, Talbot, Barron. SEC- OND: Eagan, Trobaugh, Cromartie, Sobotka, Tschudy, O'Brien, A. Horwitz, Weibel, Smyth, Cullen, Marsch. REAR: Petty, Wells, Eisenberg, Butterfield, McDonell, Staller, M. Horwitz, Waddell, T. Haas, J. Haas, Pearson, Chichester, Mr. Denk Ccoachl. , VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Hedstrom, Katz. Wrapp. .John Stewart Yablong. Jeff Stewart, Judge. Hines tcaptainj, McLeod. Blackett Savit. Hoyt. Morris. REAR: Hattis. Gober. Vihon. Burch. Mul len, Hall. Ransone. Kirkland. McGohey. Kingery. Porter, Blaze Parker. Lewis. Kiskaddon. if . if f 'fail 14' . .. -M lmiuL,.uo..:ilf... , FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Kingery. McCarthy Lucking. Johnson. Pigott. O'Cr0wley. Maynard. Burnett. King will. Clarkson. Thompson lmanagerj. SECOND: Hornbuckle Cooper. Peterson. Jennings. Evans. Hughes. Merrell. Burton Henn. Selby. Major. Deppen. James. Cornell. Mr. Hall lcouchl REAR: Crump. Lane. Campbell. Weber. Watts. Polydoris. Whyte Hammer. Lilienfeld. Rollins. Ford. Peters. McWeeny. Sustman W X BASEBALL VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Dahlheim, Smart, Braun, Grace, Greenberg, O'Gara, Kelly, Rees, Moore, Johnson, SECOND: Aldridge, Nadherny. Eversz, Compton, Oppenheimer, Douglass, Herrmann, Wessel, Chimoures. REAR: Stewart, Hill, Sholl, Pfaff, Seidholz, Rodenkirk, Olson, Hattis, Dix. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE--FIRST ROW: Kenyon, Borre, Castino, O'Gara, Franks. SECOND: Mr. Severns fcoachj, Baumgarten, Sethness, Kincaid, Jacoby, Sider, Leonard, Friend, Dahlheim, Anastasia, Mr. Denk Ccoachj. THIRD: Boynton, Barrett, Ensor, Griliths, Stewart, Sweeney, Cassady, Jaeschke, Randall, Harrington, Nagel. FOURTH: Nortrup, Petersen. Miller, Nord, Roth, Jackson, Meier, Rice, Moore, Rees, Harvey. REAR: Wye, McNitt, Bard, Armbrlister, Jacobson, Angell, Scheyer, Rothschild, Mr. Baldrini Lcoachb, Morris. Matthews. TENNIS VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Brand. Montrom. Kempner. McDowell. Ware. Berger. REAR: Goldberg. Brown. Hannity. Dickson. Crown. Lans. Nagel. Mi. Davis tcouchl. wif' ,iw " """ FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Mitchel. Clark. Gordon. Pollock. Hruudo. Zollo. Culp. Zeddiex. REAR: Aldrich. Drake. IHVNNOI1. Golden. Cnrlxon. I-ldmon. Van Elk. Bcszml. Nunn. Hallslcc n. Hczilh. Kirby. Loomis. Leiden. GOLF t VARSITY-Versino, Schreyer, Burns, Schumacher, Allyn, Ilker, Casey, Taylor, Weinbrenner, Hirsch, Goldsmith, Handtmann, Nonrup, Murray, Wessel, Sundlof, Pottage, Gignilliat, Manierre, Swiggett, Carlstrom, Drew, Fox. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Meecler, Giordano, Lund, Schoof, Clark, White, Clampitt, Rivenburgh, Lapp, Kulp. REAR: Fuller, Pfaff, Cremin, Fisher, Baekgaard, Hanna, Federico, McCafTerty, Roth, Tefft, Brent. ABSENT: Faris, Hoffman, Stiles. Pi-.rt-R Wl-.SSI-l 'lieum Sports Tom Hmix Individual Sports 'SS' BLR1 Htxkklsors Asst. Team Sports 114 it Aram ,ltumscm Asst. Individual Sptuts But CYBRII-,N gpucidl livcm, Bots Mmnoxsm Stu le 11 Dir - 'l at D.tt:s HOMIQR L I LW Points K N lws C 0mrnttnu.alions JIM HMQRMANN s ff -,'-' .eg . . if Asst. Conimunlcutmns JM' l.tx1uv1t4t 7 . . i W Dtsplaw IM .ILINIOR-SENIOR IM MANAGERS-FIRST ROW: Rover. SEC'- OND: Hirsch. Smith. Ruth. Carpenter. Hundlon. Tate. Meyer. Ahnec. Marsh, REAR: Miodonski. Stztrnes. Richmond. Sehnztke. Cornptun. Textor. Tliompson. Cfztrlson, FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE IM MANAGERS-FIRST ROW: Robling. Mclilin. Bahieh. Nunn. Homer. Drztkc. Culp. SECOND: Bard. Krause. Ricketts. Hanna. Morris. Moore. Brnckett. REAR: Petterssn. Tipping. Douglas. Miller. Bztckstrom. XX i . 'iM IM, STAFFS-FIRST ROW: Ross. Kaplan. Montross. Dillon. Schwartz. Morton, Coyle, REAR: Fox. White. Pottage. Reuhel. Starnes. Beck. SPORTS SERVICE GIRL TIMERS-FIRST ROW: Guthrie, Mass. Bonynge. Kaiser. SECOND: Maselli. Madden. Kominek. Dorrer. Engelmann fco headl. Walradt leo-heady. Baugher, Stahl. Gressens. THIRD: Telfer. Rothermel. Goodman. McAllen, Shockey. Stuhr, Cherry, Rode meir. Derry. Leslie. Nielsen. FOURTH: McNerney. Giesen. May. Snyder. Shepard. Moran. White, Moore. Wilkins. Butler, REAR McClure. Mack. Anderson. Kelley. Burns. Salzenstein. Dencker. Rich. Martin. Rich. 226 l s lt' V GYM LEADERS-FIRST ROW: Segerson. Meyer. Goddard. Solomon. Hammer. M. lN1aranda. Duranso. Frazier. Jonas. Ellington. Milsom. John Andruss. SECOND: Denibski. Rodger. Condon. Webb. Staller. O'C'on nell. Pink. Weinberg. O'Dowd. Eisenberg. Mellhenny. Pottage. Buelxingham. Petty. Mr. Sehabel leoaehl. B Maranda. Wells. REAR: Deahl. Benoist. Nieol. Jetl' Andruss. Poyser. Radlotl. Rothroelx. Draney. Gastler. Hor will. Gignilliat. BOYS' GUARD - l-IRSI ROW: Jacobson. Gritlitli. Smith. Robertson. Connelly. Herloelter. Beelx. SlzC'OND: Hall. Fllstls. leanse. Hart. Agnew. Beiersdorl. Millikin. 'lf Woodbury. G, Wood- bury. THIRD: Mr. Robert- son leoaehl. Mr, Wolll tcoaehl. Baird. Kaullniann. Cramer. Gummersal. Seaton. Mr. Mat! teoaehl. Mr. Cu' jet lcoaehl. l-'OllR'liHZ M. Anderson. Morley. ilihurloxx. Swiggett. J, Anderson. Me, Laughlin. Pierson. Koch. May, RFAR: Detmer. K or- boy. Carlstrom. Denison. Sehewitf. Bauglinian. Selin- maehcr. Gronley. POOL GUARD - I-'lRS'I ROW: Maselli. Gressens. Butler. lingelmann tAsst. head guardl. Dorrer lHead guardl. Walradl lAsst. head guardl. Moore. Rodemeir. Guthrie. SECOND: Mr. Robertson teoaeh l. M I'- Wolll' leoaehl. Bjork. Mc- Clure. Stuhi. Mack. Me- Nerney. Rotherniel. Mr. Matz leoaehl. Mr. Cajet teoaehl. THIRD: Moran. McAllen. Shoeltey, l.. Rieh. Quiliei. Bloeh. l.. Rieh. Gie- sen. REAR: Derry. Healy. Shepard. Palmer. Kelley, Anderson. Nielsen. O'- Rourke. Haas. ' l' BARBI SALZENSTEIN JUDY MASS KATHY SCHAACK ANN KAISER GAA President Vice-President NANCY OiNEIL Communications KYLE. HALLSTEEN Co-ed Activities NANCY WATSON Junior-Senior Reps JUDY YABLONG Frosh-Soph Reps CAROL HAWES Badminton POLLY ROSS Basketball ANN SAYRE Advanced Dance MARY ANN LAFORET Intermediate Dance KRIS WHEELER Gymnastics LYNN WHEELAN Hockey PATTY BRO Softball KAREN KOMINEK Swimming CINDY BURNS Asst. Swimming MARJORIE SNYDER Tennis JANE REYNOLDS Truck and Field Secretary Treasurer ELINOR WIIITE Volleyball DENNY WHITE Asst. Volleyball UAA FIRST SEMESTER REPS-FlRS'l ROW: Rich. Levine. Nliillct. Cirigg. Burt. Neuman. Rndofl. Eix. Salle. Stein. Rosen. Ciresscne. Miehle. Kopp. Watson. Dunn. SECOND: Widrun. Sheehan. Buckley. Reynolds. Frztnklc. Yahlong. Kominek. Mcliecvcr. l-lathztgiztn. Riley. Wilt. Hundtmztnn. Mercier. Hurst. Hood. Lidccker. REAR: Lewis. Ponder. lieckmztn. Ostci'gzmi'd. Nlunkei. iiohrs. Crosby. Knight. Palm. Bztumlc. Cowan. Fuhrmun. Hurdcc. Prentlergust. Byrd. foiwine. ABSENT: Bruhund. Ellis. Hicks. GAA ADVANCED TENNIS TEAM-'FIRST ROW: Snyder. Kaiser. Geocaris. Hawes. Schuuck. VanElk. Katz. REAR: Willizunx. Wilcox. Martin, Harris. Brown. Rance. Allen. ABSENT: Eridstcin. Phemister. Reimers. Patrons We gratefully acknowledge the support of our friends in the business community: Anne Hopkins, Inc. The Art StorefGallery A. W. Zengler Cleaners, Inc. The Bitten Apple Blann's Pharmacy Christoph's Cramer Custom Upholstery The Fell Company The Fell Shoe Company First National Bank and Trust Co., Evanston Gabriel B. Spiegel Glencoe National Bank Glencoe and Woodland Market Harry F. Gordon, Inc., Chicago Kimball's Medical Supply Co. Klaiber's Shoes Lambrecht's Little Red Hen-Glencoe Little Red Hen-Winnetka North Shore Cleaners Park Avenue Bootery Paul's Recorded Music The Rams Ricky's Delicatessen Scandinavian Ski Shop Skokie Electric Wally King's Music Center Wilmette Bicycle and Sport Shop Wilmette Pet Supply Young In Heart ACKNOWLEDGMENTS-John Webb-cover photo, the New Trier-Evanston gameg Mike Milsom and Bill Meier-cover photo graphicsg The Bernie Studio, Evanston, Illinois: Economy Adver- isin om an , wa City. Iowa: Ralph Van Dyke and the t g C p y IO Jahn and Ollier' En ravin Company, Chicago. Illinoisg Shelby 8 E Craftco Corporation, Joliet, Illinois. wz' . , .. .. ,. . .. ,. . sn, , ,U-. , ....s. ,. .,.,,. . .. . Allen A Aagaard. B.. 180 Ahnee.A..113.145, 211.119 125 Abraham, D.. 179 Abrahamson, 180. 181, 183 Abrahamson. D., 113. 199 Abrams. A..173. 175. 195 Abrams, D., 168 Abrams. K.. 113. 145. 101 Abu-lughod, R., 113 Abulughod, M., 177 ACADEMICS. 18 Acker. R., 172, 175,210.114 Ackerman, Mr. Stanley, 168 Ackermann. A.. 169, 175. 1911 191 Ackermann, K., 163, 191 Adams, L.. 168 Adams, 176, 197 Adcock, A., 113 Addis W., 113 .-me, if., 1711, 191. Adler. D., 113. 161 Adler, M., 177 ADVANCED DANCE. 61 Agnew, P., 92, 113. 159. 19.1 194. 116, 117 Ahlborn. T.. 161, 166. 167. 103 208, 219 Aki. D.. mo Aki, R., 170 Albers, D., 160 Albrecht, I... 168 Alder, J., 176 Aldrich, P., 172, 213. 213 Aldridge. B., 168. 199, 211 Allen, Charles. 164, 167, 101 218 Allen Christine, 113 Allen. D.. 163 Allen E.. 160 Allen F., 113 Allen, James, 181, 111 Allen, Jennifer, 168. 185, 191 195, '129 Allen, John, 165, 217 Allen. L.. 179 Allen. M., 176,211,115 Rebecca, 176, 185 Allen, Robert, 171, 113 Allen, S.. 171 Allen, V., 171 Allison. S., 165. 167. 185 Allred, B., 178. 183 Allyn, J., 163, 167.100.11-1 Allyn. S., 176 Almgren, C., 178 Almgren, L., 170 Alvarez. R., 177 A MAN FOR ALL SEAA SONS. 60 AMERICAN FIELD SERV- ll E. 43. 192 Ammerman, Miss Carey, 176 Ames, E., 164 Amici, M.. 177, 202 Amir-Fazli, A., 163 Anastasia.. C., 176, 211, 211 Andersen, K., 113, 204 Anderson, B.. 113 Anderson. C., 113, 110 Anderson. E.. 172 Anderson. Miss Frances. 1611 Anderson, H., 173, 106 Anderson. Mrs. Jane, 168 Anderson. James. 162, 201, 117 Anderson Judith, 164, 167 fm 'z 7 Anderson, L., 181. 183 Anderson, Mark, 161. 116, 11' Anderson. Melissa, 160 Anderson, P., 113, 211 Anderson. R., 179 Anderson. S., 169, 174, 175 Anderson, T.. 210 Anderson. V.. 180 Andruss. Jeffrey. 113. 217, 131 Andruss. John, 170, 116. 127 Angell, J., 168, 111 Angelos. E.. 176 Anger, L., 113. 145 Angres. L.. 161 Annes, G., 170 Apatoff, D., 113, 145 Apaloff, L., 113, 144, 188 Apatofi. M., 181, 183 Apfelbach, C.. 161 Aplelbach, 1... 178 Applebaum. Mr. Robert. 11 144 Arden. M.. 113 Armbruster. B., 169, 214, 11 Armstrong. R.. 177 Arndt. L.. 181 Arndt, R., 168 Arnold. D.. 113. 145 Arnold. P.. 162 Arnol. T.. 177 Aronson, J., 171 Arezzo, V., 181 Aschbacher, S.. 165 Ashley. J.. 170 Ashley. I... 180 Assimos, D., 113 Assimos. 162. 110, 218 AISH. S., 164 Atkinson, R.. 168 Augdalil, J., 113, 145, 193 Avrech. L.. 113 Ayers, 'I' , 171 Ayyad, F.. 164 Ayyad. G.. 176 General Index B B-abagian, J., 176, 183, 119 Bahagian. K., 113 Babcock, M., 165 Babcock. N.. 180. 196. 198 Babich, J., 181, 119, 225 Backstrom, R., 177, 115 Bacon, D., 170, 113 Badger, M., 165, 193, 194 Baekgaard. H.. 176 Baekgaard, P., 168, 113, 114 Baer. C., 169 Baer. 178 Baer, R., 161 Baere, J., 173, 175 Bagg, C.. 170. 195 Bailey, 113, 145 Baileys, M.. 176 Bain, Cathleen, 169 Bain, Cynthia, 114, 145 Baird, 114, '216, 117 Baird, W.. 179, 117 Bakehouse, I.., 180, 196, 198 Baker, C., 178 Baker, J., 162, 201 Baldovin, P.. 114 Baldrini, Mr. Richard. 168. 211 Baldwin, J.. 161 Baldwin, G.. 177, 211 Ball, C., 165 Ball, M., 114 Bamberger, J.. 114 Banach, K.. 168 Bannard, D.. 176, 197 Barhee, D., 1612, 167. 194 Barhee. 177 Barber, S., 67. 114, 101, 113 Barchiesi, F.. 171 Barchiesi, M., 180 Barchiesi, R., 114, 145 Bard, J.. 161 Bard, S., 169, 222, 225 Baretield. Mr. Morris. 159. 168 B11l'CI1hl'1l1.!1lC, C., 114. 193, 194 Barnes, C.. 180, 181 Barnes, H., 114 Barnett, P.,178,183,113, 111 Barnett, S.. 160 Barrett. O.. 161 Barrett. 114 Barron. R., 181. 110 Barrios-Angulo, M., 49, ll-1. 145, 192 Bartlett, A., 172. 195 Barton, I.., 114 Barton, 161. 191 BASEBALL, 101, 212 BASKETBALI.. 86. 114 Bassett, F.. 181 Bassett, Y., 160, 167, 194 Bauer, J., 179, 111 Baugher, V.. 114, 145, 191. 193, 194, 226 Baughman, R., 165, 216, 117 Baumann, P., 171, 113 Baumgarten, R.. 181. 121 Baumle, D., 178. 129 Baur, D., 170 Baxter, M., 177, 111 Baylor, James, 79. 114. 110 Baylor, John, 171 Beach, Miss Bonnie. 159 Beals, V., 178 Beard, C., 179 Beardsley, D., 114 Beardslcy, M., 163, 167 Beattie, C.. 171 Beauloy, K., 164 Beck. D., 162, 201, 216 Beck, James, 170 Beck, John, 114 Beck, R., 163, 167, 216, 217 Becker, A., 179, 183, 211, 119 Becker, C., 177, 197, 217 Becke1,II.,l1-1. 110, 119 Becker. R.. 171, 185, 195 Becktnann, M., 178, 119 Beebe, A.. 176, 196 Beehe, V., 169 Beezley, 170 Bcgley, J., 114. 189 Behr. D.. 161 Beiersdort, B., 181, 220 Beiersdori. P.. 114, 145, 1 117 Beliard, M., 179 Bell, E., 180 Bell, Mr. Robert, 144, 159 Bellanca, Mr. James, 176 liclzer, A.. 114 BelLer. D., 168, 175 Benedict, Ci., 168 Bengtson, A., 115 Bengtson, J., 165 Benner, l8'1, 18,1 Bennett, A., 115, 144 Benoist, A., 176 Benoist, G.. 115, 217 Benson, J., 172 Benton, J., 115, 145, 196 Benvenuto. R.. 16,1 Beretta, R., 1611 Berg, R., 115 Berg, '1'., 163. 101 Berlin, R., 115, 187 Berlow, D., 173, 113 Berlow, 1... 161 Berman, C., 115 Berman, E., 115 Berngard, 115 Bernick, D., 171, 174, 175 Bernstein, 1... 171 Bernstein. R., 171, 113 BerL, B., 161. 100 Berz, T., 115 Besant, B., 176 PHOTOGRAPHERS-TOP ROW: Evan Cornog. Andy Howick. Bob Danziger. SECOND: Jef1 Andruss. Bill Kahn. John Webb. THIRD: Greg Eaton. Eric O'Bl5I2lH1, Bill Meier. BOTTOM: Martha Schulman. Ray Roth, Mike Milsom. Besant. G.. 170, 113, 113 Beskin, M., 170 Best, R., 164, 201 BC1lCI1CI'.Jl1Lll111C. 161. 167 Beucher, Joy. 178 Beucher, M., 160 Beutelspacher, S., 115. 211 Beucher. M., 115 Bey, D., 115 Beyer, T.. 176 Bczark, B., 176 BeLark, R., 1611 Bickel, M., 181 Bickel, R.. 115 Biderman. C.. 164 Biderman, D., 171 Biederman. R.. 69. 115. 145. 192, 200, 208 Biemeck, K., 164 hienemann, S., 160 Bierman. M., 163, 166 Bird, N., 180, 183 Birnbaum, M., 164 Birnbaum, 115 hischolf, B.. 176 Bischoff, H.. 169. 197 Bischoti, 1.., 179, 183 Bishop, K., 164, 194 BiL7ell, C.. 178 Bjork, K., 160, 193. 194, 11 Black, 115, 193. 212 Blackett, M., 177 Blaeketl, l63,'111, 221 Blackwell, M., 164, 195 Blackwell. S., 171 Blair, C., 176 Blair, G., 115 Blair, J., 115, 1-15 Blaisdell, B., 178 Blaisdell, J., 115 Blake, A.. 34, 115, 146, 186. 212 Blake, C., 115 Blake. D.. 178 Blanchard, D., 169 Blankenship, S., 171. 174. 195 Blau, D., 115, 145 Blau, P., 181, 18,1 Blazc,W.,115, 145,111 Bley, 162, 210 Bloch, E.. 115. 192, 196. 199 Bloch, N., 164. 196, 199,117 Block, L., 180 Bloom, P., 179 Bloss, K., 164 Bloss, S.. 115 Blossom, D., 171 Blumberg, J.. 171 Bobrow, B., 177, 183 Bode, J., 170 Bodeen. D.. 115 Bodeen, M.. 177, 111 Bogie, J.. 171. 216 Bohne, L., 160, 167 Bohr, J., 179 Bonagura, N., 115 Bonnell, B., 169, 174, 195 Bono,S..l15,145,19-1, 199 Bonynge, T.. 115, 189, 197, 116 Boone, V., 172 Booth, J., 165 Borden, P., 179, 198 Borre, J., 161. 191 Borre, K., 115, 189 Borre, S., 181, 211, 215, 121 Bosshart. Mrs. Naoma, 159, 168 Bosshart, Mr. Robert, 144. 159 Boudart, J., 163. 191 Boudart, M.. 115, 145, 191 Boudart, E., 179 Bowes, B.. 169. 110 Boyd, R.. 164 Boyd, Mr. William. 160, 208 Boyer. L., 170 Boyer, Mr. Richard, 204 Boynton. P., 179, 103, 111 Braband, J., 161 Braband, K., 168, 119 Braband, P.. 115 Brackett, W., 44. 171.115 Braden. S., 176 Bradley, D.. 179 Bradley, M., 178 Bradley, R., 163 Bradshaw, D.. 164. 196 Bradt. T.. 161. 193 Braet. J.. 165, 194. 210 Braet, S.. 115 Brainerd. S., 181, 183, 117 Brand, C., 178, 203 Brand, G., 159. 165. 167, 184, 210 223 Brandenburg, J., 178,117 Brandfon, E., 115. 185, 187 Brandfon. F.. 181 Brandlein, T., 181, 117 Brandt. M., 171 Brandt, S., 170, 195 Bransford. K., 178 Bransford. R.. 116, 197, 198. 111 Brashears, S., 170, 113 Braudo, R., 18. 83. 171, 175, 108, 213, 223 Braun. B., 88, 163,114,111 Braun. Jacquelyn. 116 Braun, Jonathan, 176 Brederhorn. Miss Marjorie 159, 160 Bremner, J., 180 Brcnes, A.. 49, 116, 191 Brennan. C.. 178 Brennan, K.. 176 Brennan, M.. 116, 104 Brent, R.. 170.110, 124 231 Brent, S., 179 Bridges, L., 116 Bridges, M., 116 Brink, Mr. James, 169 Brittingham, B., 181 Bro, E., 178 Bro, P., 173, 198, 228 Broad, R., 163, 193, 194 Broderick. R., 178. 217 Broeckl, J.. 170 Brooks, Candace, 168 Brooks, Charles, 165 Brooks, H., 160 Brooks, N., 116. 145 Brooks. S., 181 Broten, W., 116, 194, 198 Broil, J., 116, 184 Brown. C., 173, 196, 198, 199 Brown, D., 104, 164. 166,223 Brown, Gary, 181 Brown, Geoffrey. 172, 197 Brown, J., 177, 182, 183, 229 Brown, K., 180 Brown, Randi, 116, 187 Brown, Richard, 172 Brown, Miss Rhoda, 160 Brown, Sam, 169, 203 Brown, Susan, 160 Browne, T., 179 Bruce, H., 162, 167 Bruoe, L., 116, 184 Brumbaugh, R., 178, 202 Brumbaugh, S., 116 Brummel, S., 168 Brunder, P., 173 Bryan, B., 165 Bryant, L.. 170 Bryant, T., 116 Buckingham, D., 180, 213, 217 Buckingham, J. 165, 166, 227 Buckingham, 168, 216 Buckley, M., 177, 229 Buckner, J., 116 Buckner, S., 170, 210 Budwig, L., 180 Buerger, S., 172, 175 Buliingron, M., 169 Burlington, S., 116 Bulkeley, C., 116 Bulkeley, J., 168 Bulkeley, L., 179 Bullock, Miss Ruth, 159 Bunting, M., 116, 145 Bunting, R., 1712, 210, 219 Burback, J., 169 Burch, B., 163, 167, 221 Burge, P., 171 Burgeson, J., 181 Burghart, M., 165 Burke, J., 161 Burlingham, S., 170. 198 Burnet, J., 161 Burnett, J., 179, 183, 211, 220, 221 Burnett, Lynn, 172 Burnette, Linnea, 116 Burnett, P., 178 Burnett, W., 177 Burnham, M., 161 Burns, Cindy, 169, 175, 228 Burns, Cynthia, 161, 193, 226 Burns, D., 162, 210, 214 Burns, Mrs. Esther, 160 Burns, K., 163, 198, 224 Burnside, Mr. Peter, 169, 215 Burrous, K., 169 Burt, W., 179, 229 Burt, S., 160 Burton, R., 169, 221 Bush, Betsy, 173 Bush, N., 116, 144, 188 Bush, R., 116 Bush, Miss Sharon, 159, 161 Bussell, L., 172 Butler, A., 113, 116, 159, 226, 227 Butler, E., 164, 185, 194 Butler, J., 181,211 232 Butler, lvl., 162, 212 Butler, R., 163, 212 Butler, T., 179, 183 Butterfield, P., 173, 220 Butterworth, C., 116 Buzard, J.. 194 Buzzard, M., 161 Byer, D., 162, 167, 198 Byrd, E., 180, 2129 Byrd, J., 176, 213 Byrum, E., 181 C Cagney, C.. 181 Cahn, L., 172 Cahn, M., 116 Cain. C., 168 Cajet, Mr. Arnold, 20, 176, 216, 217, 227 Calesini, Mrs. Silvia, 161 Calhoun, H., 170 Calhoun, M., 161, 195 Calhoun, P., 169, 174, 185, 195 Callahan, M., 172, 175, 191 Callander, S., 160 Cameron, A., 179, 183 Cameron, E., 70, 116. 145, 196, 199, 201, 204 Cameron, J., 170, 210, 219 Camp, R., 178 Campbell, B., 180, 183 Campbell, J., 180 Campbell, Mrs. Katherine, 144 Campbell, L., 180, 183 Campbell, M., 177, 183, 197 Campbell, P., 161, 166, 194 Campbell, R., 165, 196 Campbell, S., 179, 211 Campbell, T., 171, 197, 198, 210, 221 Camras, C., 163, 167, 196 Camras, Robert, 116 Camras, Ruth, 176, 183, 196, 198 Canfield, D., 161 Cangelosi, D., 177 Cardais, A., 179 Carew, S., 164 Carey, J., 1'16 Carlin, M., 171 Carlson, M., 168, 223 Carlson, D., 177 Carlson, James C., 163, 219 Carlson, James R., 116, 225 Carlson, S., 163, 193, 194 Carlson, T., 179 Carlstrom, R., 160, 212, 216, 224, 227 Carney, B., 176 Carney, M., 168 Carone, P., 162. 194 Carp, K., 116 Carpenter, A., 194 Carpenter, V., 172, 195 Carpenter, W., 91, 116, 220, 225 Carrington, C., 116 Carrington, J., 163 Carroll, M., 180 Carruth, K., 180, 182, 198 Carruth, M., 116, 145 Carson, C., 176 Carton, J.,171, 1213 Carver, S., 168, 218 Carver, J., 116 Cartwright, P., 162, 212 Casey, J., 178, 213, 217 Casey, B., 169 Casey, D., 117, 184, 185, 224 Cassady, James, 179, 211, 215, 222 Cassady, Jerrell, 163 Casterline, C., 173 Castino, C., 117, 218 Castino, J.,177, 211, 215, 222 Castino, T., 172, 213 Cat1ett,D., 160. 167. 218, 219 Catlett, L., 165, '212, 219 Catlin, S., 169, 195 Cawley, A., 117 C-ederberg, D., 117, 145 Cederberg, Cellier, P., Chadwick, S., 179, 197 Chakiris, J., 168 Chamberlain, M., 173 Chapman, A., 173, 208 Chapman, J., 176, 183 Chapman, L., 179 Chapman, O., 168. 210 Charone, B., 117, 144 Charone, J., 176 Cherry, C., 117, 226 Cheslow, E., 117, 145, 146, 204 Cheslow, J., 170 Chichester, J., 179, 209, 220 Chien, B., 168, 174, 175, 198 Childs, J., 172 P., 171, 195 117 Chimoures, J., 172, 175, 195, '210, 222 Christensen, C., 1712 Christian, Mrs. Lois, 37 Christian, R., 163, 167, 194 Ciceralie, H., 117 Clagler, Mrs. Geraldine, 144, xl Clampitt, J., 169, 224 Clark, C., 171 Clark, Deborah, 180, 183 Clark, Don, 181, 198, 224 Clark, Donald C.,168, 213, 223 223 Clark, Mr. Gary, 214 Clark, G., 160, 212 Clark, John R., 176 Clark, John W., 169, 175 Clark, s., 117, 147,220 Clarkson, J., 172, 216, 221 Clay, G., 162 Clay, L., 163 Clay, R., 177, 213 Clayton, S., 176 Cleland, C., 160 Cleland, P., 178 Cleggening, Miss Phyllis, 144, 1 Cloninger, J., 177, 197 Cloud, D., 161 Cloud, S., 180 CLUBS, 44 Coale, S., 177 Coffee, K., 165 Coffee, R., 169, 202 Cohen, A., 163, 201, 202 Cohen, D., 176, 183 Cohen, James, 168, 175,213 Cohen, Jessie, 117 Cohen, W., 180 Cohn. S., 117 Cohrs, Heidi, 170 Cohrs, Holly, 179, 183, 229 Coladarci, P., 181 Colby, M., 171, 175, 195 Colby, S., 117 Cole. J., 117 Cole, K., 117, 194 Cole, M., 118, 145, 201 Cole, T., 181, 183 Collins, P., 118, 145, 186,199 Collyer, P., 163 Colmar, C., 118 Colwell, E., 168, 195 Colwell, J., 181 Compton, C., 118, 189, 193 Compton, J., 163, 2122, '225 Compton, M., 181, 213 Conant, H., 163 Conant, S., 179 Condon, Keith, 163, 227 Condon, Kevin, 164 Condrin, C., 168 Condrin, J., 118, 203 Connley, L., 179 Connley, P., 169, 213 Connelly, T., 164, 227 Cplloru by Martha Schulmanj Connolly, D., 164, 167 Connolly, J., 179 Connolly, M., 118 Connor, R., 118 Conrad, R., 171, 197 Considine, F., 118 Contrerio, S., 170 Converse, G., 118 Converse, J., 179 Cook, B., 118 Cook, Mrs. Terry, 161 Cook, Thomas, 160 Cook. Walter, 168 Cook, William, 170 Cooper, F., 164 Cooper, G., 176, 221 Coopcr, M., 164, 167, 194 Corboy, A., 165, 167,216 Corboy, E., 118, 210 Corcoran, James., 170 Corcoran, John C.. 118 Corcoran, John Hale, 177 C 164 Cornell Cornell Cornell Cornell r r , ., , 195 , J., 171, 209, 221 R ., 176 s., 162 E., 118, 145, 201, , 227 Cullen, P., 179, 220 Culp, J., 176, 183. 223, 2125 Culp, L.. 171 Culver, L., 170, 195 Cummings. P., 171 Cummings. R.. 118. 184 Cunningham, A., 177, 185 Cunningham, C., 173, 195 C 163 Curtis, ., . Curtis E., 118 Cutler Casey, 173, 216 Cutler. Charles. 181 Cutler, Dravid E., 161, 220 Cutler. David P., 171 Cutler, J., 161, 191 Cutlel' M., 118 Cuttie,M.,71, 118,159,201 D Dadian, N., 176 Dahl. L., 118 Dahl, S., 160 Dahlheim, B., 176,211,222 Dahlheim, R., 118, 209, 222 Dallmeyer, S., 173, 175 Daly, J., 163 Daly, S., 178 Damico, L., 160, 204 Danby, D., 119 Dancey, D., 181 Daniels, Miss Laura. 159, 169 Danielson, E., 179, 183, 211 219 Danstrom, R., 170, 214 Danziger, R., 177, 231 Daswick, R., 181 Daugherty, Timothy, 164 Daugherty, Todd, 178, 211 Davenport, J., 170 David, D., 1717 David, M., 119 Davidson, D., 119, 145, 193 200 Davidson, J., 119, 205 Davis, B., 160, 167 Davis, C., 178 Davis, E., 172 Davis, J., 177 Davis, Scott, 160 Davis, Susan, 176 Davis. Mr. W. Hughes, 161 Cornog, 231 Cornyn, C., 118, 187, 188 Corra, G., 168 Corradini, J., 118, 145 Correa, C., 171 Correa, E., 118 Corrigan, J., 164, 203 Corrigan, M., 169, 175 Corry, D., 162, 196, 199 Corvine, J., 118, 145, 229 Coughlan, E., 162 Coven, J., 165 Cowan, J., 161, 195,229 Cox, Jennie, 118, 194 Cox, Joyce, 171 Cox, M., 169 Cox, S., 118 Coyle, C., 168, 195 Coyle, L., 118, 145 Coyle, K., 176 Coyle, W., 163, '226 Cragg, R., 180, 183,196 Craig, R., 118 Craig, S., 178 Cramer, C., 32, 118, 184, 227 Crawford, K., 118 Crawford, P., 176 Creagh, J., 163, 212 CREATIVE ARTS, 56 Cremin, S., 181, 213, 224 CREWS, 66 Cristiano, Marie, 118 Cristiano, Marilyn, 165 Cristiano, Melinda, 165 Croft, J., 180 Cromartie, E., 180, 198, 213, 220 Cronberg, J., 118 Crone, D., 162, 198 Cronk, K., 176 Crosby, A., 170, 229 CROSS COUNTRY, 76, 209 Crowley, B., 181 Crown, A., 32, 118, 144, 147 184, 185,223 Crown, D., 177, 182 Crown, J., 162, 184, 212 Crown, L., 177 Crown, P., 171, 175 Crown, R., 163, 167, iss, 206 Croy, C., 169, 195, 202 Crump, C., 176, 211, 221 Csar, C., 118 Cuevas, lvl., 164 Culbertson, C., 164, 22,0 Culbertson, F., 173 Culbertson, L., 118 Culhane, K., 161 Cullen, Cullen, B., 118 D., 178 198 223 Deahl, N., 195 Deahl, T., 171 1-18, 227 Dearborn, Randall. 172, 203 Dearborn, Richard, 119, 203 Debackcr, M., 162 Debackfer, N., 180 DEBATE, 74, 208 Decker, B., 161 Dee, S., 161 DeForest, D., 119, 145 DeForest, G.. 164 DeGrosS. C., 181 DeGross, M., 162 Delaney, B., 170, 174 Delaney, M., 170, 185 Delaney, S., 180 Delerno, D., 1181 Dell, L., 172, 202 De1lard,C., 119, 145, 188 Dellow, E., 164, 201 Dembski, J., 172 Dembski, P., 119, 145, 227 Dempsey, Miss Kathleen, 176 Dempsey, M., 180 Dencker, C., 162, 193, 226 Denison, T., 164, 167, 185 193, 216, 2127 Denk, Mr. Gerald, 220, 222 Denman, K., 180 Denson, S., 168 Deppen, D., 161, 196, 198 Deppen, R., 176, 221 Deraismes E., 173 Deming, D., 119 Derry, Mrs. Dorothy, '144 Derry, R., 160, -167, 188, 204 '226, 227 Detmer, E., 163, 193, 194,210 216, 2127 Detmer, S., 163 Deutsch, S., 1176, 183 Devos, F. 119, 188, 199 Devos, NL, '165 Devuono, C., 178 Devuono, F., 119 DeWo1f, D., 119 Dhein, B., 170, 194 Diaz, J., 164 Diaz, K., 179 Dioesare, J., '176 Dickman, Mr. David, 144, 159 Dickson, T.. 162, 223 Diclementi, J., 178 Didriksen, C., 180 Didriksen, D., 173 Diehl, A., 119, 193 Diehl, C., 170, 175, 195 Dierker, V., 119 Dieimeier, L., 168, 175 Diettrich, N., 168 Diettrich, S., 119 Dill, J., 163 Dill, V., 119 Dillon, A., 169 Dillon, B., 119, 226 Dillon, D., 177 Dillon, H., 164 Dillon, M., 176 Dim, C., 119 Dix, R., 34, 1102, 163, 186, 222 Dixon, A., 119, 194 Doblin, R., '162 Doctor, B., 168, 175, 196, 198 Dodder, Sarah, 164, 194 Dodder, Stephen, 177 Dodds, C., 119 Dodds, M., 176, 183 Dodge, B., 173, 195 Dodge, N., 119 Doepel. R.. 179, 185.213 Doerschuk. C., 169, 175, 196 198 Doherty. D., 169 Donaldson. E.. 119. 193 Donaldson. L., 179 Donnell. Miss M. Evelyn. 169 Donnell. 173. 174 Donnelly. N1.. 160 Donohue. M.. 180. 183. 185 Dorrer. K.. 171 Dorrer. N., 119. 159. 226. 227 Douds. B.. 178. 183. 196. 198 220 Douglass, J.. 101. 102. 119 214. 222 Dove. J., 173 Dove. W.. 163. '212 Dover. R.. 169. 195 Downing. K.. 168. 174. 210 219 Downing, R.. 119. 147. 219 Downs. S.. 179 Ellington. J.. 165. 196. 198 Downs. W.. 119. 202 Doyle. K.. 173 Doyle. M.. 119 Drake. H.. 178 Drake. Miss Martha. 176 Drake P.. 119. 145 Drake. W., 173. 223, 225 190, 191 Draney. T.. 165. 227 Dreiske. J.. 173.195 Dreiskc, N., 119, 145 Dre1l.M.. 119 Drew, C., 179 Drew, Deborah, 170 Drew. Donna, 165. 194 Drew. F.. 119. 224 Drew. P.. 170. 195 Drewry. J., 160 Drewry. M.. 176. 183 Drey. Hollis. 172 Dritley. J.. 161 Droege. 1... 169. 195 Drucker. S.. 159. 169. 175 Druliner. C.. 168 Drummond, K.. 160. 193. 194 Drwiega. M., 179 Drwiega, P.. 181 Dubner, L.. 161 Ducey. A.. 180 Ducey, C.. 119. 197. 216 Dudick. C., 179 Duenow. Mrs. Mary. 177 Dufl. E.. 178. 182 Duguid. G., 172 Duncan. S.. 119. 185 Dunlap. V.. 164, 166 Dunn. Cecily. 161 Dunn. Charlotte, 161, 167 194. 229 Dunn, K.. 168. 192. 199 Dunnell. S.. 29. 169 Dunton. R.. 162 Dunton. J., 119 Dupee. Mrs. Delphine. 144 Duranso, J., 163, 227 Dwinn, P., 160 Dworkin. L., 119 Dwyer. M., 168 Dye. C.. 177 E Eagan. D.. 172. 175 Eagan. J.. 120. 194 Eagan. P.. 181, 220 East. M.. 120, 185, 193 East, R., 179.211 Easterberg, C.. 180 Eaton, G.. 169,231 Eber1e.J., 171, 210 Ebert, D., 181 Ebihara, L., 160, 167 ECHOES, 68, 200 Ecker, H.. 181 Eckert, C.. 171 Eckert. M.. 173. 197 Eckhouse. J.. 172. 175. 196 '213 Edson. G.. 84. 179. 182. 213 215. 223 Edson, M.. 120. 145 Edwards, H., 169. 175 Egan. C.. 179 Egan. F., 179 Egan. P.. 170. 210. 214 Eggert. J., 160 Eggert. M.. 120 Egnot. Miss Johnnye. 161 Ehrenberg. 163, 194 Eichengreen. S., 120 Eichner. I... 176 Eichner. S., 170 Eidmann. J., 120, 145 Eidmann. M.. 165 Eiseman, P., 162, 167 Eisenberg, R.. 171. 175. 196 220. 227 EiX. J., 160,176.191, 229 Eix. M.. 176 Eldridge. D.. 120. 145 Eliot, B.. 176. 182. 183. 196, 202 Elisberg. R.. 24. 63. 120. 145. up 205. 227 Ellington. N., 173. 190. 195 Elliott. J., 177 Elliott, M., 163. 167 Elliott, P., 120 Ellis, Mr. Evan, 144. 159 Ellis. Laurel. 173 Ellis, Laurie. 161. 166. 191 '229 Ellis. Sally. 176 Ellis. Scott. 162 Ellison, H.. 121 Ellzey. C., 180 Ellzey. D.. 121. 145, 183. 184 193 Elmore, B.. 121 Elston, M.. 161 Ely. W., 121 Enchelmayer, P.. 164. 197 Endre, J., 121 Endres, Mrs. Barbara. 169 Engelland, L.. 165. 167, 193 Engelmann. C.. l'21. 189. 194 226, 227 Ensor, 177. 183. 211, 222 Eppler. C.. 168 Epstein. N.. 121, 185 Erhart. I... 173 Erhart. W.. 160. 167 Erickson. C.. 1'2l Erland, C.. 183 Ernst, B., 121. 194 Ernst, S., 180. 197 Etheridge. S., 172 Eustis, C., 121. 145,216,227 Evans. D., 160, 195 Evans. M.. 178. 213. 221 Evans. R., 165 Evans, 171 Everds, R., 164 Everitl, E., 121, 193. 194 Everly. Mr. Melvin, 177 Evers. A.. 121 Eversz, E., 171.195, 213 Eversz. T.. 165 Ewald, P.. 164 Ewen, M., 29. 169. 210. 214 Ewing. D.. 178 Ewing. J., 170, 196 Ewing. Mrs. Ruth, 144 F FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION, 23, 14 Fair. C.. 178 Fi1l11',H.. 173. 195. 213 Fair, l... 177 Fan. P.. 164 Fairfield. M.. 121 Fairman. D.. 121 Fajerstein. Rebecca. 170. 175 Fajerstein, Ronald. 121. 145 Fallon, J.. 162 Fari 177 A s. R., . 217. 22-1 Fariss. R.. 172 Farnsworth. E.. 164 Farnsworth. G.. 178 Farr. F.. 121 Fragassi. J.. 179 Franchini. A.. 171. 175 Franco. P.. 171 Frank. Charles. 35. 121, 144, 145. 220 Frank, Clarette. 177 Frank. Darryl. 161 Frank. Denise. 170 Frank. P.. 165. 167, '219 Frankel. C.. 180 Frankel, S.. 171. 175. 229 Franks. W., 181. 213 1 Franz. C.. 162 Fra7er. L.. 176 Frazier. C.. 176 115 a-n Farrar. H.. 170. 191.195 F K 161 arrar. ., . 195 Farris. F.. 169 Fausch, .l.. 160 Fausel. M., 172 Fauvet. F., 171.175 Fawley, J.. 173. 210 Federico. M.. 176 Federico. R.. 173.210, 218. 224 Fefer, M.. 72. 121. 185, 204 Feigenheimer. L.. 121 Feiger, J.. 176 Feldman. C.. 179 Felton. L.. 170 FENCING. 95. 217 Fenn, R., 171, 175 Fenton, J.. 163 Ferguson, K.. 121 Fernandez, E.. 178 Fernandez. F.. 179 Ferretti. M., 163 Ferretti. J.. 121 Fiegen, D.. 177 Fiffer. J.. 69. 164.167, 200. 208 Frazier. S.. 121 Fra2icr. T.. 162. 22, Frazier. Miss Vivian. 170 Freda. A.. 170 Freda. C.. 176 Freda. D.. 160 Freeark. Kim. 170. 185 Freeark. Kristine. 165. 166 Freed, B..121. 145. 1-16. 205 Freed, J.. 177. 183 Freehling, P.. 121. 188. 189 Freeman. A.. 173 Freeman. C.. 180. 183 Freeman. J.. 165 Freeman. M.. 172 Gautier. V.. 122 Gaynor. J.. 181 Gedo. P.. 177 Gefvert. E.. 179 Gefvert. Heidi. 173 Gefvert. Herbert. 122 Gehr. S.. 160 Geier. M.. 165 Geist. J.. 162. 167. 196. 198, 199 Geist. L.. 177. 183 Geittmann. B.. 122 Gellar. M.. 172. 175 Gentles. S.. 179, 183, 217 Geocaris. C.. 171 191, 195, 229 229 Gera. C.. 177 Gerden, P., 122. 146 Gerlits, K.. 169 Gerrie. A.. 122 Gerrie, N.. 168. 195 Gibert, S.. 122, 168 Gibson. J., 176 Fremont, H., 171 Fresen. G.. 145. 165. 184. 185. 198. 212 Gibson. K.. 164, 194 Gibson, T., 172 Gielow. M., 168. 195 Giesen, C.. 161, 167. 226. 227 Gignilliat. Leign, 122. 224, 227 Gignilliat. Leslie, 180 Gilbert. R.. 181, 183. 211 Gill, T.. 169,217 Gilmore. C.. 165 Gilmore, E., 173. 198 Fine. 1... 121. 145, 199 Finney. E.. 173, 175. 195 Fischer. H.. 163. 193 Fish, B.. 164 Fish. J.. 177 Fishbein. E.. 160 Fishbein, J.. 177 Fisher, M. Anne, 168. 174 Fisher. Mary J., 121 Fisher. Mary M., 171. 195 Fisher, R., 165 Fisher, T.. 178, 211. 224 Fitch. J., 162. 202 Fitzgerald. M.. 121, 197 Flannery, B.. 172 Flatley. M.. 169 Fleer, J., 161 Fly. Mr. William. 170. 210. 214 Fohrman. S.. 162 Foley. E.. 121, 189 Folk. E.. 170 Follin. S.. 169. 175 FOOTBALL, 78. '210 Forbes. S.. 178. 217 Ford, M., 165. 187 Ford. 172. 209. 221 FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLICATIONS, 73. 206 Forrer. Mr. Thomas. 170 Foster, E., 169 Foster, M., 121 Foster. S., 161.167. 194 Fotopoulos, P., 170. 210. 219 Fougnies. Mr. Leon. 162 Foulke, C.. 121 Fox. C.. 171 Fox. D.. 163, 193, 224. 226 Fox, G.. 121 Fox, M., 121 Fox, R.. 165 Fox. S., 121, 193, 212 Fox. V.. 173. 175 Foy. S., 176 I FRESHMEN, 30, 176 I-reud, B., 171 Freud, S.. 121. 194. 199 Frey. Mr. Norman. 68. 144, 159 Frick, B., 178 Frick. E.. 161. 183 Frid. K.. 43. 46. 122. 194 Fridstein. K.. 173. 174. 175, 229 Friedberg, J., 161. 194 Freudenheim. J.. 121. 146 Friedman, D., 122. 145. 146, 192. 200. 208 Friedman. L., 165 Friedman. M., 172. 175. 185, 208 Friefield, B.. 173, 175, 202 Friefield. S., 122, 145. 190 Friend, J., 122 Friend. M., 177. 183, 222 Frissell. D., 122, 194. 199 Fritz, J., 168 Fritz. S.. 122, 201 Frohman. D., 173. 213 Fuerstenberg. J.. 171 Fuhrman, C.. 170, 229 Fuhrma.n, P., 122 Fulk, K., 162, 201 Fuller, C., 173. 216. 224 Fuller, L., 170, 195 Fullerton. P., 170. 174 Fulton, P., 160. 200 Funari, R.. 171 Furo. M., 173 G Gaber, D., 163, 194, 199 Gadient, J., 171. 175 Galloway, D., 122. 145. 210 Galloway. Katherine. 122. 145. Galloway, Keith, 178 Garcia, J., 122 Gardner, M., 122 Gareis, J.. 122, 218 Garrett. G.. 162. 210 Garrett, R., 170, 196. 197 Gastler, K., 164, 197, 227 Gately, J., 161 Gautier, S., 176 fpholo by John Webby L -'l 1 1' A ...wwf S gr Gilmore, S., 177 Gion. Gregory. 65. 162. 194 Gion, Ronald, 178. 211, 215 Gion. Ruth, 122, 158 Giordano. M.. 179. 182. 215. 224 Giordano, P.. 122, 214 GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION, 108. 228 GIRLS' CLUB, 36. 188 Gleason, M.. 122 Glenn. G.. 172 Giess, L.. 168, 175. 195 Gober, J.. 163. 194, 209. 221 Goddard. D., 122, 145. 227 Goldberg, Barry. 122, 145. 212. 223 Goldberg, Bruce, 122, 220 Goldberg, R., 176 Goldblatt, G., 173, 210 Goldblatt, S.. 181. 219 Go1den,G.,169.175,213,223 Goldman, S.. 29. 168 Goldsmith, P.. 122. 145. 159, 224 Goldstein, F.. 160 Goldstein. J.. 122, 196, 199 GOLF. 100, '224 Goodman. H., 161. 226 Goodman. L., 161, 185. 199 Goodman, P., 122 Goodman, S., 173. 196 Goodpasture. J.. 122, 194 Goodpasture, N.. 178, 183 Goodpasture, S.. 169 Goodsmith, D., 173, 195 Goodwin. M.. 160, 195 Goose, J., 164 Goose, S., 169. 175,218 Gordon. Alan. 177. 217, 223 Gordon. Andrea. 170 Gordon. Catherine, 176 Gordon, Charles, 122 Gordon . Jane.160,167,199 Gordon, Jonathan, 122. 159, 196, 199 Gordon, M., 160. 167, 187. 200 Gordon. Richard. 122 Gordon. Robert, 168, 175 Gordon, S.. 164, 167 Gore. R., 122, 145. 185 Goss, F., 180 Goat, D., 122 Gould, B., 178 Gould, K., 168. 175, 198 Gould, R..181,182. 183 Gould, Mr. Robert, 166 ' Grace, 1-1., 122, iss, zzz Graf, Mrs. Ruth. 177 Graffis. W.. 168, 210 Granstrom, G., 173 Grant, S., 169 Granum, A., 173, 195 Graves, J., 160, 193, 194 Gray, M., 162. 167 Gray. Jennifer, 168 Gray, R.. 123 Gray, S., 177 Gray, T., 179, 220 f Green, Mrs. Alice. 170 Green, C., 123, 145 Green. D.. 162 Green, H., 181, 197, 219 Green. K.. 178 Green. Sara, 173. 198 Green, Stephen, 123 Greenberg. N.. 82, 102. 123, 184. 210, '222 Greene, James. 163 Greene, Jeffery. 163 X Greene. M.. 180 -5. . Greene. S., 177 Greer. W., 160, 167. 212 Greeson. Mrs. Karol, 159 Gregori, A., 181 Gregory, A., 169, 175. 195 Gregory,Mr.Wi11iam,159,177 Gressens, S., 123, 145, 146, ' 189, 214. 226. 229 Grieshaber, G., 170, 195 If 4 Grieshaber. F., 123 1 Grif1in. G., 181 Griffin, James, 164 , Griffin. Joseph. 169 Grifiith. John. 163, 167 ' Griliith. L.. 178. 183 Griliith. S.. 160. 167, 216. 227 Grilliiths. Glen. 163 , 233 Gri11iths,Guy, 178, 211, 219. 222 Grigg, J., 123 Grigg, S., 165. 194, 229 Grinnell. D., 123, 194,212 Grisamore, J., 164, 199 Gritton, P., 164, 194 Grode, J., 180 Grohsgal, E., 173 Gronley, P., 165. 216, 227 Gronley, 176 Gross. Barry. 165. 2112 Gross. Brent. 123 Goss, D., 165 Gross, Pamela L.. 168. 1911, 194 , 195 Gross. Pamela Nl., 164, 166. 193. 199 Gross. Penny. 165 Grossberg, J., 69, 160, 167, 200 Grossman, C.. 123 Grossman, L., 180 Grossman. R.. 123 GrosswelI'lC1'. K.. 173 Grove. C.. 181 Gruenwald. P.. 168 Guc1ich,J., 169, 175,195 Guerrier. N., 161 Guidarelli, T., 123 Guidarelli, W., 173,210 Gulbrandsen, Richard. 181 Gulbrandsen, Robert. 164 Gummersall, J., 163, 219, 227 Gundlach, M., 160 Gundlach, P., 123, 145, 146. 193, 194. 2116. 210 Gunning. F.. 162 Gura. Vlr. Timothy. 60 Gustafson, B., 218 Gustafson. Mr. David, 159 Gutekanst, M., 123 Gutherie. F.. 177, 213 GUIllFIC.Ci21li. 165, 166. 185. 190, 226, 227 Gutnayer, G., 168, 175, 185. 197 Gutnayer, S., 162, 212 Guyot. J., 59, 123. 193,19-1. 199 Guyton, J., 170, 195 fplmm by Hill Kulinl Gwinn, J., 164. 167 Gwynn, Nlrs. Dorothy, 159 GYMNASTICS, 90, 220 H Haas, B.. 170 Haas, Jody, 123, 196, 199 llaas. Jonathan, 173, 198, 199 2211 Haas. M., 123, 227 Haas, T., 172, 220 Hackel. J.. 159. 172. 174. 214, 219 Hackett. Robert, 162 Hackett, Richard, 178.211, 215 Hager, M., 176 Hager. R., 165 Hahn. D.. 169 Hahn P 177 Haigh, K., 123 Hale, A., 123 Hall. Andrew, 123, 145, 184, 212 Hall, Ann, 163 Hall, Charles. 163. 200 Hall. Christopher, 124, 145. 193, 194, 216, 227 llall, Mr. Dean. 177 Hall. D., 160 Hall, H., 177. 211, 217 Hall, J., 96, 164, 167, 193, 210 218, 221 Hall, M., 124, 193, 196. 199 Hall, P.. 176 Hall. Mr. Rowland, 209, 221 Hall, T., 124, 191, 193. 194 Halloran. M., 160 Hallsteen. C., 179, 185, 211, 223 Hallsteen, K., 124, 160, 228 Ham, Mr. Stephen. 178 Hamilton, C., 124, 193 Hamglton, Miss Louise. 144. 15 Hamilton, W., 172 Hamity, G., 105, 124, 223 Hammer, J., 169, 197, 210. 221, 227 Hammond, K., 168, 185 Hammond, M.. 124, 145 Hampton, D.. 161, 195 Handelman, D., 178 Handlon, M., 124, 225 Handtmann, C., 181, 229 Handtmann, G.. 124, 224 Hanlon, C., 173, 175 Hanna, J., 169, 224, 225 Hannon, A., 125 Hannon, P., 161 Hansen, H., 171 Hansen, P., 162, 210 Hansen, R., 179, 217 Hansen, T., 170, 175 Hanus, D., 179, 202 Hardee, R., 170. 175, 229 Harloff, L., 177 Harms, J.,125,144, 193,212 Harms, S., 125, 205 Harnar, L., 176, 182 Harnar, R., 165. '200 Harned, B., 125 Harness, D., 180, 202 Harney, C., 176 Harney, J., 168 Harper, D., 177 Harper, J., 179, 197 Harriman, R., 163 Harrington, D., 163 Harrington, S., 181, 222 Harris, C., 172, 175. 229 Harris, L., 125 Harris, N., 171 Harris, T., 164 Harris, William D., 177 Harris, William R., 125 Harrison, B., 125, '225 Harrold, B., 168 Harston, W., 169, 195 Hart, James, 162 Hart, John, 179. 213, 215 Hart, Kathryn, 169, 190. 195 llart, M., 125, 201 Hart, W., 21, 125,14-l. 147. 193, 216. 227 Hartman, C., 162 Hartman, G., 179 Hartman, K 175 Hartz, N., 176 Hartz, T., 162, '216 Harvey, B.. 181, 211 Harvey, P.. 59, 170 Harvey. S.. 125 Harvey, T., 171, 210, 214. 22 Hassenauer, J., 172 Hassenauer, Sandra, 125 Hassenauer, Steven, 171, 218 Hasz1akiewic7, B.. 161, 185 Hatcher, L., 164 Hattis, P., 125. 145, 198, 199, 209, 221 Hatlis, W., 162. 214, 222 Hauensteln, B., 125, 145, 196, 197, 198. 199, 206 llausheer, S., 179 Hawes, Carol. 125. 145. 194. 228. 229 Haw-es, M.. 181. 196, 199 Haydock, L., 164 Hayes. C., 178 Hayes, R.. 181 Hayward. H.. 161, 193, 194 Heagstedt, N.. 173. 175, 190, 195 Healy, Daniel, 177, 217 Healy. Diana, 180 Healy, E., 125, 227 Healy. M.. 168 Healy, N.,173,175. 188 Healy. T.. 125. 225 Heath. 171, 223 Hebson, G., 125 Hedges, J.. 125 Hedges, M., 125 Hedges. T.. 178 Hediger, J., 178 Hediger. I... 165 Hedstrom, M., 165, 221 Heida, ll., 169, 175 Heidhues. D., 179 Heidrieh, C.. 164 Heidrich, M., 181, 183, 211. 215 Heikkinen, Mr. Edwin. 82 Heinen, J.. 165,184,185,190 Heinlen. J., 176.197, 211, 219 Heinlen. NI.. 165 Helmer, C., 125 Henderson, Mr. Lyle. 162 Hendricks, C., 165 Hendrixson, G., 172, 213 Henn, A.. 173, 197, 209, 221 Henriksen, 125, 145 Henrickson, P., 164 Herbert. B., 125, 145 Herbert, J., 125 Herloeker, J., 165, 216. 22 Herman, M., 171 Herman, P., 125 Hermes, Cynthia, 177 Herndon, C.. 168 Herold, IJ.. 125. 145 Herold, K., 169, 195 Heroux, J.. 171 Herrmann. D., 172, 174 Herrmann, J., 125, 222, 225 Her2el, S., 180 Hemel, D., 165 Heuer, C.. 125, 159, 202 Hewett. A., 179 1-leyman, M., 163 Heyn, C., 125 Hibbard, W.. 177 Hickey. P., 176 Hickman, P., 163 Hicks, M., 165, 167. 229 Hicks, N., 181 Higa, T., 180 Higgins, D., 177 Higgins, S., 125 Hightower, C., 176. 211 Hilarides, J., 168 Hilarides. W., 163, 166. 184, 209 Hill, M., 162, 193, 222 Hill, V., 180 Hillebrand, J., 173, 216 Hilliard, J.. 179 Hillner, D., 165, 191 Himmer, '1., 178 Hines, D., 169 Hines, Jeffrey, 173, 216 Hines. Jerome, 125, 159, 186, '209, 221 Hirsch, Mr. Carl. 213 Hirsch. J., 125, 184, 224 Hirsch, M., 125, 145, 208, 225 Hirschhorn, J., 180 Hirsh, J., 168 Hoberg, R., 172 Hoberg, 165 Hobson. 181, 183 Hoeger, B., 172 Hoell, R., 125, 145, 212 Hoell. S., 168 Hoellerich, James, 164 I--Ioellerieh, Jeffrey, 106, 168, 175, 210, 214 Hoffman, Barbara, 160 Hoffman, Bruce, 177, 213 Hoffman, C., 178, 224 Hoffman. M., 168, 195 Hoffman, R.. 170, 210. 218 Hoffman, T., 179, 219 Hoffmeyer, B., 176 Hofstetter, C., 164 Hofstetter. D., 178. 217 Hogan, C.. 125 Hogan, 165 Holcomb. G., 177 Holland, J., 170 Holland. M., 160 Holland. R., 177 Holleb, D.. 173 Holmes, R., 178 Holton, M.. 126, 194 Holtsberg. A.. 164 Holzenkamp, P.. 160 Homer, Daniel, 126, 145. 192, 225 Homer, David, 177, 182, 196. 199, 225 Hood, J., 160, 229 Hood, '11, 178. 197, 213 Hooker. C.. 165. 167 Hooker. 161 Hopkins, C., 126. 194 Horky, M., 126 Horn. C.. 172. 196 Horn, L., 171. 175. 208 Horn, M., 126, 196 Hornbuekle, D.. 176. 221 Horstman. C., 126, 196 Horstman, I... 160. 194 Horwitz, A., 178. 183. 213. 220 Horwitz, K.. I71, 175. 188. 196. 199 Horwitl, M., 171, 213. 220, 22 Hosbein. P., 169 Hoskins, K.. 160 Hoskins. S., 161, 167, 193, 200. 207 Hotz, R., 176 Houpt, Jefferson. 178. 203. 211 Houpf, Julia. 161. 184, 185. 193. 194 Houser, W., 162, 166, 212. 218 Howard, D.. 126 Howard, J.. 90, 126, 145. 220 Howick, A.. 172, 231 Howland. Deborah, 168, 195 Howland. Diane. 161, 194 Howland. M.. 126 Howlett. E., 161 HOW'-NOVV, 58 Hoyt.C.. 169,191 Hoyt, Mr. Loris, 144 Hoyt. W., 126, 145, 212, 221 llubachek, S.. 126. 2111 Hubbell. I... 168 Hudson, S., 173. 211 Huff, C.. 170 llult, J.. 163 Huff. T.. 126 Huge. 164 Hugelier, Mrs. Deborah. 171 Huggins. 180. 183 Huggins. Mrs. Charlotte. 16. Huggins. C.. 163, 167 Hugnes. C.. 169, 216, 221 Hughes, J.. 126, 191 Hughes, K., 178 Hughes. W., 165 Hughson. K.. 163 Hughson, R.. 181 llulburt, M.. 169 Humphrey, J., 126, 145 Humphrey. R.. 126. 193. 194 199 Hunstiger. A.. 164 Hupp, V.. 170 Hurley, Mr. Allen. 162 Hurley. G.. 176 llurley. K.. 173 Hurley. M.. 126 llurley. T.. 168 llurley, W., 162, 194 llurowilz. M., 160. 185 Hurst, M., 163, 194. 1:4 llurwilh. D.. 181 Hussey. W., 162. 219 Husum, B., 171, 174, 175, 191 Hutler. I., 180, 183 1 lckes. Alison, 126, 189, 198 lckes, Anthony, 177, 213 lgleheart. H.. 163 lgleheart, M., 179, 183 lgliori, J., 162 Iglitzen, S., 177 lglitzen, T., 162 llker. G., 162. 224 lmhof, Karl, 16.3, 212 lmhol, Katherine, 171 Immenhauseu, K., 160, 194 Indeck. R., 162. 210 Ingersoll, E., 126, 145. 159, 190 INKLINGS, 72, '204 Inman. S.. 169. 216 INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVISION, 67. 203 INTRAMU RA L SPORTS. 110, 225 lpavic, L.. 161 Irwin, E., 169, 175 Irwin. M., 162 Isaacs, L., 165, 191, 194. 207 lsham, J.. 126, 187 Isllam. W., 178 lsmond, E., 178 Ismond, M., 126, 194 lsmond. R.. 160. 167. 194 J Jahlonski, E., 160, 210, 219 Jablonski, V., 126 Jack, N., 169 Jackman, K., 164, 212 Jacks, N.. 126 Jackson. C.. 164 Jackson, H., 171, '222 Jackson, K.. 180 Jacobs, 126, 196, 199 Jacobsen. C., 163, 210 Jacobson, G.. 180, 211 Jacobson. Mr. John A.. 162 Jacobson, J.. 168. 175 Jacobson, 163. 193. 198. 216. 227 Jacobson, IN., 173 Jacobson, Paul A.. 161. 196. 222 Jacobson, Paul F.. 169. 174, 210, 222 Jacobson, T., 177, 182, 183. 197, 213 Jacoby, M., 164. 206 Jaeoby, P.. 177, 183. 222 Jaeck. S., 177, 211 Jaeschke. R., 179, 211, 215, 222 Jaffe, W.. 177 James, D.. 181. 221 James, E.. 164. 194, 218 Jamieson, P.. 181, 182 Jans, D., 164 Jans, 161 Japha, I.. 169, 175, 196 .1aske, P., 46. 126 Jasper, M., 177. 181 Jauss, V., 181 Javore, R.. 178 Jenkins, D., 16.1 Jenkins, E.. 170, 175. 185. 191 Jennings, C.. 160 Jennings, M., 181 Jennings, W., 173. 209,221 Jennrieh, B., 160, 194 Jensen. C., 162. 220 Jensen, E.. 163, 194 Jeraeki. P., 126, 193 Jeracki, W., 176 Jester, R., 170 Johnsen, C., 126, 193, 194 Johnson, A., 126. 222, 225 Johnson, Barbara J., 126, 185 Johnson, Barbara 1... 126. 18' 194 Johnson, Bruce A., 163 Johnson, Bruce Alan, 172 Johnson, Candace, 173. 175 Jnhmon, Claire, 177 Johnson, David, 126 Johnson, Duuglas. 176, 18.1 Johnson, Eloise, 126 Johnson Evan. 181, 211 Johnson, Janeen. 171. 195 Ju1msnn.Je1'1ery, 163. 167, 21K Johnson, Judith A.. 164 Johnson Johnson Johnson 1145 Johnson Johnson Johnson 1911, 1 Johnson Johnson Johnson 199 Johnson 19-1 Jnhnson Juhnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Joh nson Juhnsnn Johnson . Ju4.1iIh K., 170 ,1.., 169, 196 . Martha, 168. 175. Mary, 126, 204 , N., 126, 145 , Patricia J.. 126. 145, 91 , Patricia L., 180 , Philip, 126 , Richard. 127. 196. , Rita. 58, 160, 193, Roh:-rt,176.211. 219 . Shelley, 178 Spencer, 127 . Susan, 176 Teresa, 178 Thomax, 164 . William. 164 Willie 171 195 221 Johnston, Dr. Agnus, 19, 1-14 Johnston, 173, 195, 208 Jonas. P., 127, 144. 2113. 227 Jones A 127 Jones. .C- laylgn. 163 Jones, Cynthia, 173 Jones, 160. 167. 193 Jones Linda, 180. 183 Jones, Louis, 162 Jones, 1V1.,127,1-1-1.188 Junex, Nanq A., 164 Jones. Nancy L 194 Jnnes. Stephen, 173, 175. 216 Jones. Steven, 127 Jordan, Jurd-an, Jordan, Jordan Celeste, 161. 1118 instance. 168. 197 fit G., 164, 212 , M., 161 Jorgensen, J.. 127 Jnrgensen. B.. 173 Jorizensen, P.. 178 Jorgensen. W.. 162 r Juseph, Joseph, .,1711,17-1,175,195 D T., 711, 162, 201 Jove, T., 127 Judd, A., 17X Judge, M.. 172. 185, 191 Judge, T., 127. 159, 184, 2119, 771 JUNIORS. 26. 1611 Pi Kaall, L., 11111, 197 Kaden, K., 1611, 213 Kaehler, VV., 117 Ka111er,1N1r.Edwar1.1.163.211 Kahn, 1... 169 Kahn, W., 16-1. 231 Kaiser. 779 A.. 165, 191226. :lx Kanaley. B.. 178. 117 Kanaley, K.. 169 Kao, C.. 168. 197 Kapian, Ernest. 179, 213 Kaplan, Evalynn. 127, 199 Kaplan, Jack, 162. 2111 Kaplan, James. 127 1 164 '26 Kaplan. . -- Karmel, .l.. 179 Karmcl, S.. 161 Karp. D., 171, 195 Karp, M., 127, 212 Karr, W.. 162 Karsten. M., 1711 Karsten, R.. ' Kzxrste 117 nsnn. S., 12-7, 211-1 Kayeherg, J., -18, 311. 171 Kaspar, D., 160 Kass, P.. 169. 175. 196, 198. 202 Kaslel, M., 179. 213 Katz, Barbara. 161, 167, 111-1, 1941 Katz, Ronnie. 11111. 183, 197 KalL,Dehorah.181,183.191 Kali. Donald, 117. 1114 Ka1l,Judith, 1713, 175, 199MQ Katl, Julia, 1711, 182, IXR, 2- S 170 2111 221 K11l7,.., , - , -.. Kant, J., 168 Kauffmann. A.. 127. 145, 2111, 216, 227 Kauffmann. B., 169, 175, 195. 106 Kauss, E.. 127 Kauss, K., 161 Kavanaugh, T.. 1724 Keefe, J., 165 Kees. P.. 169 ,- Keevcr, 1-1 Keever. S., 176 Kehoe, R.. 81, 127, 210 Keith. Mrs. Gaii, 14-1 Kelleher, K., 127, 1-15, 189. 193 Keller, G.. 164 Kc11er,.L. 168. 1914, 213 Keller, 12.7. l-15. 196. 199, 2011 Kellett, R.,181. 217 Kellelf. T.. 164 Kelley, C., 162 Kelley, G.. 127 Ke11ey,K., 173, 17i, 216 Kelley. L.. 171 Kelley. M., 161, 226, 22' Kelly. A., 164, 166 Kelly. Brian. 1711 Kelly. Bruce, 127. 22- Kelly. 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Mr. Kenneth. 171. 213 12SC11C1'VVl1L, L., 162 Ostergaurd Jill, 229 Ostereaard. John. 164 Oughton. Dale, 1711 Oughton. Dianne. 1614 Oxern1an.S.. 171. 174. 195. -111 Ovtens, A.. 176 Owens. N., 133 Owens. T.. 171 P Paehujari. R.. 46, 414, 133 Paeini, R.. 171 Packard, 11411, 1143 Packer. .l.. 133. 145, 1149 Paine. P., 133. 145.193, 199 Palm. J., 194. 229 Palmer. K., 161. 227 , w lanas, R.. 173 Paneoe, M.. 911, 133, 145. 2211 Pareell. D., 171 Pareell. K.. 1614, 2114 Pareell. L., 133 Park. D., 179 Park, R., 164 Park, 164 Parker, G., 133, 221 Parks, L., 1141, 1143 Parrish. M.. 179 Parrott, D.. 169 Parseh, S., I7'2 Parshall. M., 133. 145. 196. 1914. 199 Partridge, Mrs. Jane, 11411 Patera, N., 172, 216 Paterson. A.. 179 PATRONS. 2311 Patterson. Mr. Riehard, 215 Pattison. H., 133 Paul, Mrs. Arlene. 159. 11411 Pavlick. Vlrs. Dorothy. 144 Peabody, S., 134 Peabody, T.. 1614 Peaeoek. M.. I3-1. 145 Pear. R.. 172. 195. 213 Pearson. B., 134 Pearson. J.. 1614 Pearson. 1... 1611 Pearson. J.. 161. 194 Pearson. T.. 177. 2211 Peek. C.. 177. 1143. 213 Peek. H., 1711 Peltl. R., 177 Pendleton, S., 144, 172. 21- Penney. J.. 173.175 Pentieotl. R., 176. 197 PEP CLUB. 39. 1911 PERFORMING ARTS. 195 Perlman, D.. 1611. 167. 21114 Perrella, T.. 1714. 1143 Perry. C., 1141 Norton. K.. 176 Nortrup. J.. 133. 1914, 2111. 224 Nortrup. T.. 1614. 195. 21-1. 222 Nowak. C.. 133 Novak. 165, 196 Nunn. E.. 1714. 223. 225 Nunn. R.. 1611. 167 O Oakley. P.. 1711 Oherndort, l.. 1141 UABo5le. .I.. 163. 2111 O'Boyle. M.. 176 O'Briant.F.. 133.231 O'Briert, B.. 1714. 211 O'Brien. D.. 133. 1146 O'1-Srien M.. 11411 Pettersen, J.. 1614, 225 , O'Brien. R.. 177. 213. 2211 O'1-Brien. S.. 179 O'l-lrien. W.. 133. 194, 225 U'Connell 1'1'ConneIl 227 .1...133.145 . VI.. 173. 2111. 2211. O'Connor. C.. 11411 O'Connor. Miss Judith. 179 0'Crowley. J.. 162 O'Crowley. T.. 177. 217. 221 O'DonnelI. J.. 133 1.1'Dowd. .l.. 162. 22. 1.1'Gara. Maureen. 171. 195 4 q 444 Q'Gara. Miehael. I141.-1.. --- O'Garzt. P.. 133. 145. 1146. 214 Wim Odg:-n. P.. 1.1 O'Hura. C.. 11411 U'1-iaru. T.. 1614 O'Hare. Nlr Nlteiiael, 179 O'Keefe. ls.. 179 O'Kee1'e, N.. 133 1J'Kelly. B.. 1611 Oliver. J.. 171 Olson. Mark. 133 Olson. Mary. 1611 Olson. R.. 165. 222 Omaehi. T.. 169. 197' 1.1'MalIe5. P.. 165 O'Neil, D.. 164 O'Neil. M.. 171 11'Neil. N.. 133. 22S O'Neill. T.. 176. 211 Oppen, 1... 1714 Oppenheimer. 165. 166. 167. 222 Ordman. A.. 162 Ordman. 1714. 1142. 1143. 215 11'Rourke.N1.. 1714. 211. 215. 219 O'Rourke.T..133.1-14.l45. Perrx, D.. 134 Perry. VV.. 171 Peters. Anita. 1611 Peters. Arnold, 162. 2114 Peters, IJ.. 172, 2119. 221 Peters. J., 1141 Peters. S.. 163 Petersen. Petersen. Petersen. 1914 C.. 169, 195, 213. 222 D.. 1141 E.,134.145.196. Petersen. Li., 177, 2119 Petersen, Petersen. 1914 Peterson Peterson Mark. 1714, 211 Michael. 1714. 197, C..161.195 , Miss Donna, 171 Peterson. Donna I.., 1711 Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson Peterson. Peterson Peterson Peterson Doug. 179 Mr. Herhert,, 144 H.. 1714 J.. 177 K.. 176. 196.1914. 199 N.. 1611. 194 Riehard, 1714 Rohert, 1811. 196. 197 215 221 Peterson. S.. 1714, 213 Petrillo, R., 172 Petrus. R .. .1411 1e1t5..l.. 161 , . ietty. Riehard, 134 P111 Ro 2 2 Pen. K.. get. 17-. -211. 22 176, 1143 Peyton. Nl.. 173 1'1.t1l. Q.. 32. 142. 1113. 110 vi-1 131 134. 145 PIatI,J.. 1714. 211.215, 224 Pttltlenreutei. VV.. 179. 2113 l,.'1ClL111. J.. 162 Piterniste Philipp. Phillips. Phillips. Phillips. Phillips Pieper, Piersanti Pierson Pierson Pierson Pierson. 199 't Pierson. r. M.. 169. 229 M.. 1141 C.. 134. 2111 J.. 163 Sally. 161 Susan. 165 is't 172 175.2116 Qi-L iii is., if-9 D.. 1.14 E.. 173. in 1... 59. 64. 134. 19.1. S., 162. 227 Pietroski, M.. 134 PiQott,1l., 176.211, 221 Pile. L.. 1141 Pink, Mrs. PUSSY. 56, 144 1111111141 by Jeff Aml1'us.11 Pink. T.. 1611.227 Pinkert. C.. 163. 21. Pinkowski. D.. 171 Pinkovsski. M.. 134 Piper. B.. 173. 197. 216 Piper. C.. 164 Pirrueeello. L.. 165 Pirrueeello. R.. 134 Pirrueeello, 11411 Pitts. Mr. B. Randolph. 164 Pittman. Lucia. 177 PLAYBACK. 72. 2115 Ploehman, C.. 172. 174. 19. -1 i Pokrass. S.. 172 2111 Pollak, S.. 134. 145 Pollakoff. L.. 1611 Pollock. 179. 1143, 2211. 221 Polydoris, 1614. 221 Ponder. L., 134, 194.229 Poor. E.. 1614, 1145, 216 Porter. J.. 172. 2111. 2114, 221 Porter. L.. 165 Porter. W.. 179. 213 Posen. 1... 176 Pottage, B.. 172. 175 Pottage. J.. I3-1. 145. 224. 226 227 Ploehman, N.. 134. 193. 194. potter, R., 51. 178. 31.315 199 Poe. J.. 134. 194 Poe. M.. 11411. 196. 1914 U . . 37 7.41-4 f f A gp ggi- i - , , 123.-6 4 .g1.sg2.g,.gsf:f-.,Q, f ". . 7.1.3.-. 4.1.3. . 'iff , 3 si' fi... Poulos. P.. 1611. 167 Powell, A.. 176, 1142. 1143, 197 Powers. .l.. 69. 134. 21111. 2211 ' . 1 Poyser. J.. 134.193, 2111. 221 Prassas. l.., 134 Prendergast. M.. 169.229 Preston. A., 159. 161. 1144, 1145. 194. 2211 Priee. P.. 172. 194 Priee. R.. 134 Pride. F.. 172 Pride, 1611 Prill. M.. 177 Prince, K.. 1714. 1143 Prinee. P.. 179 Pritchard. D.. 134, 2111 Pritehard. M., 1611 Proehnow. R., 134 Prodromos. G.. 163. 194. 199 Provow, Mr. Charles. 159, 164 Prussian, N.. 134 plmm by .-truly llmrirlll asm, . 6 9 T 'N . W 1 I be 2' " ...if . Y Y JXTQZ us. Q .. 5 A . 9 V .b '-- Lf' .4 54 sts . 51 gf 'Rx 1' " - . f '- Qc 1... 3 A. J 3 114 i irq . if 3 viz x '23 ,sr 4. 3 1.5 .55 152 eff 5 .Y it E. .111-11 1 ,L Pryor, William, 181, 211, 219 Puller, A.. 134 Q Quaintance, R., 163, 186, 194 Ouilici, B.. 180 Quilici, D., 160, 227 Quinn, R., 170 R Rarab, B., 176 Raab, J., 162 Radell, S., 177 Radlolr, W., 164, 227 Raggi, K., 176, 213 Raggi, P.. 134, 145, 194 Railton, B., 171 Ramirez, M., 178 Ramirez, A., 161, 195 Ramm, C., 177, 183, 198 Ramsay, rs., 176 Ramsey, S., 173, 194 Rance, L., 170, 229 Rance, M., 161, 187 Rance, P., 173, 175 Randall, J., 171, 215, 222 Randall, R., 160 Randall, W.. 134 Randle, J., 168, 175. 198 Randolph, M., 170, 175, 210 Randolph, O., 134. 145, 220 Rankin, P., 170, 210 Rankin, V., 134 Ransone, W., 80, 172, 174, 210, 221 Rashman, K., 172. 199 Rashman, R., 173, 175 Rasmussen, 1'., 172. 196 Rastetter, M., 32, 161, 184, 185, 190, 194 Raymond, M., 168 Raymond, P., 178 Ream, Mrs. Arline, 180 Rechel, E., 160. 197, 226 Rechel, M., 134 Reckord, C., 181,213 Reda, G., 171 Reda, K., 180 Redding, A., 176, 183 Redding, J., 134, 145 Rerggng,W.,163. 193, 194, 1 Redman, C., 160 Redman, D., 173 Rees, lvl., 89, 134, 186, 214, 222 Rees, W., 173, 210, 214,222 Reese, S., 164 Reeves, M., 173, 198 Regan, J., 164 Regan, '1'.,179,183, 211, 215 Rem, N., 179, 182 Reicn, J., 168 Reichelderler, G., 172. 196 Reichert, W., 171, 174. 175, 208 Reid, R., 172 Reimers, K., 134, 229 Reinert, E., 180 Reiniscn, N., 161 Reinisch, S., 134 Remini, J., 165 Rempert, K., 176 Rennolds, J., 171, 218 Rennolds, M., 135, 188 Rennolds, T., 179, 211, 219 Rennolds, W., 135 Renscn, J., 135, 145, 199 Rentner, T., 168 Reschhe, M., 161, 167, 198 Rest, R., 173, 195 Reynolds, B., 178, 196, 199,229 Reynolds, D., 180 Reyhdids, J., 169. 196, 228 Reynolds, P., 171 Rhoad, Mr. Richard, 172 Rhode, D., 135, 145, 184 Rhodes, S., 178, 183, 185, 213 Rice, G., 173 Rice, L., 170, 222 Rice, P., 173, '210 Ricn, C., 135, 199 Rich, Laurie, 160, 194, 226, 227, 229 Rich, Lynn, 163, 226, 227 Richards, Joy, 171 Richardson, K., 135 Richman, D., 163 Richman, E., 180 Richmond, M., 171. 225 Richter, D., 135, 145 Richter, J., 165 Richter, N., 165, 167, 188, 194 Richter, P., 169, 175 Ricketts, R., 107, 171, 219.225 Rietz, S., 162 Riff, R., 163 Riley, James, 177, 213 Riley, Judith, 181, 229 Riley, M., 162, 200, 212 Ringei, P., 135, 187, 198, 200 Ringwald, C., 178 Ringwald, J., 168 Rissman, S., 168, 175 Ritchey, D., 161 R11zeh,J., 181,217 Rivard, R., 135 Rivenburgn, R., 171, 224 J 173 Robbins, ., . Robbins Mark. 135, 184 Robbins, Martin, 173 Robbins, Steve, 173, 195, '217 Roberts, A., 135 Roberts, Jennifer, 173, 174, 195 Roberts, Judith, 135 Roberts, Kerri, 176 Roberts. Kevin, 164 Roberts, M.. 171, 174 Roberts, R., 176 238 Roberts, S., 179, 183 Robertson, Mr. David, 216, 217, 227 Robertson, D., 160, 166, 167, 193, 216, 219, 228 Robinson, C., 172, 175, 195 Robinson, P., 169, 175 Robinson, Mrs. Renate, 172 Robinson, W., 49, 135 Robling, C., 177,202,225 Rocklin, P., 168, 175, 208, 210 Rodemeir, J., 160, 226, 227 Rodenkirch, B., 179, 183 Rddehkirk, M., 89, 163, 222 Roggers, C., 135, 145, 196, 1 Rodgers, K., 169, 174, 195 Rodgers, T., 178 Rodriguez, M., 179 Rodriguez, V., 173 Roemer, L., 165 Roepke, J., 160, 194 Rogers, A., 165 Rogers, E., 176 Rogers, P., 173 Rogin, J., 135 Rohn, R., 170 Rollins, R., 173, 195, 209, 221 Ro-nan, K., 165 Rork, Miss Marjorie, 164 Rose, W., 173 Rosen, A., 135 Rosen, D., 162, 229 Rosen, Mrs. Jane, 172 Rosen, S., 181 Rosenfeld, S., 181 Rosenstein, M., 178, 211 Rosegithal, Bennett, 172, 174. 21 Rosenthal, Bruce, 135, 196, 198, 199 Rosenthal, D., 179 Rosenthal, S., 170 Rosenwald, B., 135, 185, 196, 199 Rosenzweig, K., 181 Rosenzweig, S., 170 Rosing, R., 165 Ross, J., 163, 167. 192, 200, 226 Ross, P., 135, 145. 194, 228 Rossi, P., 163, 167 Rossiter, C., 172. Rossiter, D., 162, 200 Rosson, J., 162 Rostin, K., 173 Roth, D., 181, 182,185,224 Roth, Raymond, 162, 225, 231 Roth, Robert R., 135, 171, 198, 222 Roth, Robert Ransom, 91, 220 Rothermel, B., 178 Rcigfrmel, E., 161, 194, 226, Rothermel, L., 163 Rothermel, M., 181 Rothrock, D., 172, 213,218 Roglgrlock, G., 163. 167, 219, Rothchild, B., 170. 222 Rotter, B., 168 Rovelstad, L., 162, 187 Rowe, T., 163, 167, 199 Rowell, R., 136 Rubens, D., 180 Rubens, James, 173, 213 Rubens, Joy, 160 Rubin, R.. 171,175 Ruderman, J., 162, 167, 202, 208, '212 Rudiger. J., 176 Rudolf, T., 179, 229 Ruegsegger. I., 173 Rummel, S., 177, 185 Rupp, T., 178. 211 Russo, V., 136, 191 Rust,J.,181, 183,196,198 Ryberg, Miss Geraldine, 159 Ryhn, K., 180 S saudr, J., 161, 194 Sale, A., 136 Sale, M., 173, 197 Sale, P., 180, 183, 229 Salinas, T., 136 Saliwanchik, T., 179, 219 Salstone, T., 176 Saltz, David, 136, 144, 145 Saltz, Donna, 177 Salzenstein, B., 136. 159, 226, 228 Sample, T., 164, 187 Sampson, D., 180 Sampson, J., 168 Sampson, Linda, 180 Sampson, Lynn, 176 Samuels, D., 164 Samuels, P., 136, 145, 208 Samuels, S., 170, 195 Sanborn, Barbara, 180 Sanborn, Bruce, 172, 210, 219 Sandberg, S., 181, 183 Sanden, J., 176 Sanders, B., 164, 197. 198 Sanders, E., 160 Sanders, N., 180 Sanders, Sidney. 173 Sanders, Susan, 169, 195 Sangster, J., 136 Sangster, S., 180 Sansing, C., 173 Santostefano, J., 163 Saphir, D., 136 Sapieha, S., 163 Sarabia, A., 136, 144 Sarabia, Sean, 161 Sasso, K., 163 Sauder, S., 169 Saunders, E., 136. 191 Saville, B., 179 Saville, D., 164 Savitt, D., 136, 144, 210, 221 Savitt, N., 169, 175 Sawyer, D., 160. 198 Sawyer, T., 172, 197 Saylor, A., 164 Sayre, A., 136, 145, 199, 228 Schaack, K., 169, 228, 229 Schabel, Mr. Earl, 220, 227 Schafer, F., 180, 183 Schaff, N., 160 Schaff, P., 113, 136, 144, 145, 147, 210, 218, 219 Schaffer, S., 179 Scheifley, S., 161 Schelhas, C., 177 Schelhas, N., 169 Schennum, B., 136 Schennum, J., 180 Schennum, R., 162 Scherr, E., 177 Scherr, P., 136 Scheweitz, D., 163, 184, 185, 196, 216, 227 fphoto by Rick OJBIJZUIIJ Schewitz, G., 170, 196, 198. 199 Scheyer, J., 168, 213, 222 Scheyer, L., 136, 145, 202 Schillereff, Mr. Herman, 144 Schillereff, H., 181, 183, 211, 219 Schilling, P., 136 Schilling. C., 177 Schindeler, E., 136 Schinto, Mr. Anthony, 172, 212 Schley, E., 160 Schlueter, J., 136, 191, 193 Schlueter, S., 181 Schmid, S., 179, 211, 219 Sechrest, S., 181, 206 Segerson, R., 163, 227 Seghers, C., 179 Seidholz, D.. 163, 210, 222 Seidholz, L., 179 Seitz, J., 178 Selby, D., 181, 183. 213. 221 Senden, S., 161 SENIORS, 24, 113 Sethness, Clifford, 177, 211, 222 Sethnress, Craig, 137. 194 Segens, Mr. Harold. 172. 214, 22 Seymour, P., 180, 183 Shapiro, C., 169. 175, 198 Shapiro, David B., 170. 217 Shapiro, David 1-1., 111, 137, 196, 199 Shapiro, K.. 170. 213. 219 Shapiro, M., 172, 175 Shattil, D., 178 S have r. P., 172 Shaw, Kathy, 137 Shaw Shaw, Kay, 164 Rebecca, 168 Shaw, Rdhhih, 161 Shaw, w., 173,216 Shay, Shea, Shea, Shear R., 163 Daniel, 165 Doreen, 137. 145 on, D., 137, 193,199 Shedd, D., 165 shedd, J., 137. 145 ' f 229 Sneeh an, M., 173, 'S-'?S??U""lf'5 N05-6.655536 No...-"'o'u:E S1rn.33mh:fDO d1w,,,,,-1-1-4 14' ::1PF-' .P 34-H ui SS 88979 ' gwcr..,..G.- awmmwgqd O Bilxlm C , 2-9. " N ,- E l55w'I..' on A ..90P1O1 U1 . LH N N C1 NN N . 91 .. 45 I DO pawn Sholl, Sholl Sholl Sider 1 ., 161 ,164,167.214.'222 ., 176 , 179, 183,215,222 Sider, ., 137, 145 U1 Sidney, K., 172 Sidran, D., 171 Siebel, J., 176, 220 Siebert, P., 137 Siegel, A., 181 Siegel,J., 161,201,212 Siegel, Scott, 164, 212 Siegel, Steven, 164, 201 Sigrist, P., 177 Silander, P., 176 Sillman, D., 173, 175 siumah, S., 171. 175. 208 Silver, C., 181, 185 Silver, J., 137, 186,187,212 Silvius, James, 179 Silviu Simm s, John, 168, 208 ons, J., 137.186.199 Simon, H., 176 Simon, P., 173 Simpson, A., 172 Schmidt, H., 136 181 Schmidt, 14 Schmidt, S., 162 Schmidtlein, C., 180 Schmiel, M., 160, 194 Schmit, M., 172 Schmit, W., 181 Schmitt, D., 177 Schmitt, L., 136 Schmitt, M., 176 Schmitt, P., 176 Schmitz, K., 165 Schnagl, D., 173 Schnake, M., 136, 225 Schnake, S., 177 Schneider, C., 171 Schneider, Elizabeth, 180 Schneider, Eric, 164, 198 Schneider, Laura. 181, 197 Schneider, Lynne, 161 Simpson, P., 177 Simpson, W., 163, 198 Sincroft, S., 137 Sindorf, D., 169 Sindt, M., 178, 183,211 Singer, N., 172, 210 Singsen, K., 137, 196 Singsen, M., 168 Sinsneimer, J., 44, 45, 160, 167 Sitkin, E., 177, 183 Sitkin, L., 161 Sitz, J., 137 Sivright, S., 177 Skaja, David C., 164 Skaja, Diane, 169, 195 Skaja, Donald, 177 Skalla, Jeffrey, 181, 211 Skalla, John, 173,213 Skillman, L., 172 Schneider, S., 160 Schneiter, Mr. John, 87, 214 Schnell, J., 136 Schnell, P., 181 Scholomite, L., 179, 183 Schoof, C., 176, 217, 224 Schoof, J., 179 Schoonover, D.. 136, 145 Schopen, G., 136 Schreyer, F., 163, 166, 167, 212, 224 Schriver, M., 136 Schroeder, Charles, 165 Schroeder, Coleen, 160 Schroeder, D., 176 Schulman, Margaret, 176 Schulman, Martha, 136, 145 204, 231 Schulman, S., 180 Schulte, R., 164, 166, 212 Schultz, D., 136, 145 Schultz, E., 169 Schulz, Mr. Charles, 165 Schulz, D., 168, 213 Schulze, E., 161, 167 Schumacher, J.. 179, 217 Schumacher, R., 163, 185, 224, 227 Schwartz, A., 177, 196, 199 Schwartz, K., 136 Schwartz, Sarah, 165 Sclixartz, Steven, 95, 160. 217 Schwenn, S., 136 Schwietert, B., 170 Schwietert, M., 136 Scollay, E., 172 Scully, C., 176 Seabury, C., 136, 144, 145. 196, 199, 220 Seaton, E., 163,227 Sebstad. J.. 136 Skinn er, s., 160, 218 Slack, D., 181 Slaght, L., 172, 195 Slingerland, K., 171 Slingerland, S., 137, 188 Sloan, D., 181 Sloan, S., 172 Small, H., 177 Sngggon, D., 178, 202, 203, Smart, B., 81, 163, 166, 184, 210, 222 Smart. M., 177 Smilli-e, J., 172 Smith, D., 173 Smith, Mr. Donald, 144 Smith Smith Smith Smith Smith , E., 137 ,H.,160, 192, 198 Kathryn, 180, 202 Kendall, 137, 220 Kimberly, 176, 182 , 1 1 Smith, Leonard, 160 Smith, Loni, 169, 175, 195 Smith, Marcia, 172, 175 Smith, Melody, 180, 196, 198 Smith, Pamela, 161 Smith, Peter, 164, 216, 227 Smith Smith Sally, 164 Scott, 170, 213 , Smith, Stanford, 169 Smith, Therese, 137 Smith, Thomas, 164, 167, 198, 210, '219, '225 Smith, Tracey, 165 Smith, V., 137 Smithers, B., 137, 145, 199 Smithson, R., 163, 184. 208 Smudsky, E., 178 Smyth, A., 177,220 Snorf, L., 178,209 Snover, J., 70, 137. 201 Snyder, C., 137 5 W'eut1tcr S115du1'. 1-'.. 1721 S111 t1c1'. M.. 160. 194. 226. 2221. 229 S1111c1.N.. 169.175. 197 Nob1st1x.1. 13.. 169. 175. 2021 No1woI1x.1. 1 .. 1210. 220 SUL'C'1fR.213. 212 Sf1i'1A1 SERVICI-.-111.1217 So1b:ru. Ck.. 164, 166. 167. 2111 219 So1hu1'g. M.. 177 Sollnmn. M., 162 So1u1non..1.. 137. 14-1. 145. 227 Noimnon, N1.. 173. 175. 202 So11dI1ci1nc1'.S.. 137. 1217. 192+ 5U1111L'11NL'11C111. D.. 161. 195 SO1'11UX'1ORFS. 221. 1621 Sorcnson. R.. 170, 17-1. 196. 1924. 214 Surunaon. S.. 177. 1213. 197. 215 Soma. N.. 1211 Sp1111121cr. S.. 163 Sputcx. Cf. 168 Spulw. 1J.. 137 Spuankvr. ll. 137 Sp1'y1o1'. 1.. 160 Sprclur. M.. 179 Spumcc. D.. 172 Spiur. F.. 1210 spi.-1. .1.. 177. 1143 Spius. F.. 137. 196, 2114 Spin. 1'.. 177 Sp1cxx..fX.. 45.137. 145. 146. 205. 210 Np1cxs.14.. 169. 1215. 213 Spixnck, A.. 137 Spot-111. S.. 162. 210 SPORJS SFRVlCF.112.22!1 Spot1x.13.. 177. 183 Spriggs, 1.. 169. 213 SPIUII. A.. 170. 195 Sprom. Mu. 5us.4m. 1210 Sropc. R.. 1210 51 l31'111' IJ 1621 S11 1 -1 s1Q1111.Kx.'. 117. -26 1111 1 1 11 . . '.. 16. 2 S11111k'1.1,,.1X1.196. 1921.,0.1 S11111L'1. R.. 172. 175. 220. 227 S11111111111. .1.. 170 Stunluy. P.. 163 xntnp. w.. 176. zoo 9111r11us.1J.. 131. 225. 226 Slcurnx. 11.. 137 Stcurnx, .1.. 177 S11-111'11s. R.. 1211 Stctlcn. D.. 171 Stc11'ct1. .1.. 137 Stcilkclt. S.. 171 S11-Hens. G.. 177 Slvllctls. 15. .l69. 196. 1921. 210 Su-1'1c5..l.. 163 StL'1fC5. I.. 1211 S1L'112C1. .I.. 170 Slciprr. S.. 179. 1243 516111. -X.. 177. 229 Stuin. 1111rb:11':1. 173. 195 Sxcin. licrtrnm. 1621 S1L'1l1. ll.. 1621 Stein. 1'.. 162 S1C11lL'I', .l..73. 171. 196. 1924. 3112 Slcinhotl. D.. 163 S1C11l1101'11. Nl.. 179. 197 Stcnn. 1.. 160. 1217 Ste.-11uuix1. 11.. 170. 175 g11.'11L 111151. E., 1324 S1U1711111'1. 1.. 1210 Stcpltcns. J.. 1211, 211 S1CP11L'11SOI'1. J.. 161 S1L'D11C115U11. M.. 176 C' 1321 Slcrn Slcrn .11. 116 1' 1321 145 Strrn. 1.. . . Stun. J., 1721 Stern .1.. 1211 Stern. P.. 1321. 193. 194. 202 Strrnbcrg. S.. 169. 175. 195. 199 SICXUIIS. 1... 1211 S11.-vcm. Mr. Robert. 1210 Slcvurmsnn. '1cd. 17111 SIUYCHSUII. Timothy. 1611, 210 Stcvnnrt. Mrs. Ann. 165 Nlcu z1rl.D..164. 210. 214. 222 S11 HAITI U.. 170 S1L'X5l'11'1. Jcftrc5.1321.1-15. 209 ww 51L'V1111'1..1U1111. 138. 145. 1216. 221 51UXR11I'1. K..179.1212.1213.211 119 www . --l. S14-w:11'1. .. 1211. 217 Stuunrl M.. 1210. 1213 P Sluxmrt. .. 170. 195 Stcvszut R..1721 S11-unrt Mr. VVi11i11m. 165 Stick1cs.1J..1211. 211. 217 S1i1cs.J..172. 195 S1111-w.R.,179. 213. 224 Stiuklus. J.. 1321 Stine. C.. 1321. 200 Slirily. K111111Ct3l1. 173. 199 511111 1. Kevin. 1211. 202 Sl1112C11. S.. 1321 Slot-hr. VV.. 1311 Slocxwr. N11SSI312111C. 1211 N1U1xL'1'. 11. 1321.193.194 Slolftur. J., 162 w Stone. .1., 1321. ,1-1 Stonc.N1.. 171. 175. 2024 S1o11c11ot1sc. U.. 1321 Storm. 1.. 165 Sluul. .1.. 173 Sloul. M.. 1621. 175 Stout. Sully. 176 N1f.1l1i1C11. K.. 162 S11'l111M1lI1'1. A.. 12111 S11'.1l11v. J.. 1210 Stratus. R.. 162 Slricbcl. R.. 1621. 197 Strobu. C.. 1321 Strobe. R.. 1321 S1ro11n1. K.. 1321. 210 Strom. R.. 1321. 145 S11'l1111x.v1Y.. 171. 197. 216 Stuukcr. Jxnnux. 1621. 2121 8111131-.Nl CULFNCII.. 32. 1214 5111171-N1 'IU1'UR1NG. -12. 1117 51111112 Stuhr.. .. . . .-- .22 iv.. 163 X1 1321 12121 326 33 S1L111S..1.. 171. 195 S1jL1L11I.lf. J.. 164 Stydtaluxr. S.. 177 Sll111Cl1. M.. 177 Sucrlh. S.. 162 Sugdun. A.. 1721. 1213 Sugruc. C.. 176 Sugxuu. R.. 164. 194. 111.1 Snllixun. 11.. 1321. 1215 Sl1111N.111. Ii.. 169 Su111u111. M. Joy. 173 Sulliwut. N'111:11c1c. 161 SL1111V1111. P.. 164 gLl1111il1I.5..13?5. 193. 194 Sullisnn. '1'.. 1611 Sununrrs. J.. 139 Snmmurs. S., 179. 1113 Snmllotl. J.. 164. 167. 22-1 Sus1ick.K.. 139.1-15.1-16. 159 1217 Susliflx. R.. 45. 170 Suxtntnn. J.. 179. 1213. 1215. 2119. 221 Sl1N11111111.S.. 139. I-14. 212 Sutton. N.. 161 S6111 r. Pclcr. 1211 n. M Swnn ii.. 139. 194 SWAIISUII. Il.. 139. 201 Swnrscn. Mr. 511'1O1"l111S. 1211 SXk111'l1111ll1. N1., 139. 2121 Succm-5. '1'.. 1721. 219. 222 SX5C11lL'1. R.. 171 Sucnxon. S.. 146 Sxsi11. 1... 164 Sv1itt.S.. 165 Sv11ggc11.1..177, 211. 217 Sv111112u1l,1i.. 162.167. 216. 224. 227 SVVIMMINLS. 92. 216 SNIIICIQ P.. 139. 201 Sy1x11n.17.. 162. 202. 2021 Sy1x11n.N1..1211.202.213,217 T lubin. C.. 172 1V2112lf1'.1f.. 139. 1215.194 I':112cr. M., 172. 2121 1z11l1o1, C.. 179. 220 111111l111.12.. 1211. 213 111111. ls.. 139 111111. ii.. 139 11111. N1.. 1210. 1213 um. 1 16-1 '1a11C. K.. 163. 1215. 225 1z151111'.11.. 176.211 luylm. J.. 139.1-15. 22-1 l41y1or.M..161.167.1215.197 luylor. P.. 176 Iuylor. S.. 19-1 1C111l1'L1l11A1l. N.. 161 1L'111 13 173 210 '34 1 1' .. 112111. M. 139 1c11'cr. S.. 139. 194. 199. 226 1VC111111Cf1l11111..1.. 1211. 197. 211 Y12L'1111'51C1U1'1. C.. 139 Icmplcton. 11.. 171 1L'1111L'j, x11'..A1'111U1'. 173. 211 1'1iNN1S. 1114. 223 1C1'1'11..1.. 179.202 1c1'x11c1. R.. 139 '1cton. 119. 1-15 lcxtor. J.. 162.225 Icxtor. M. 1.19 '1711il1111111'111..1.. 1621. 175. 202 Thiclc. V.. 169 11701'11.lS. ID.. 171 1'11on111x. J.. 139. 145, 196. 192 V11'1U11111S. K.. 1210 '111on111x. N1.. 139 111U1'1'1L1S, N111. 210 '1'1to1n:15. R.. 139. 145. 197 15110111il5. Scott. 160 17110111119 Susan. 1621 -11101'11DSU11. 11.. 162. 167. 1245 ww wvi 209. 2-1. --. Ihompson. .l.. 176. 217 1511ompxun. R.. 164. 212 11101'1111L11'12. C.. 139 Ixhnrp. K.. 179. 213 1211U1'1'1. A.. 169. 195 Ihorscn. 1... 161 Vhorscn. N.. 17.1. 175. 195 Ihrull, 11.. 139 11tr1111. N.. 161.167.1215.194 1Y11l11'1OW. 11.. 170 I'11ur1ovs, H.. 163. 216. 227 Iimm. l.. 1721. 209 Tincn. D.. 163. 19-1. 199 Tippct. M.. 177 1ipping.VN.. 11211. 1142. 219. 225 11SC11. H.. 139. 194 1'l5C11. W.. 169-175. 210 '1isdz111. J.. 1210. 1213 lodhuntcr. A.. 139. 145, 194. 196. 199 10L.11111111C1',.1., 47. 169. 175. 199 1o1n11n. S.. 170. 175 Iotnlinnon. l.. 169 Inmlinson. 1'.. 139 Ioon11'1s.fV1..171.195. 210 Iurrcs. A.. 46. 139. 212 Iorrcm, 1... 1211 Toubua. .l.. 179 l'ow1c, l.. 170 Iovnnc. S.. 170. 175. 195 1UNKI1L'f. J.. 139. 162 Iouncr. VV.. 162 1A0X1I1xC1'1L1. J.. 139. 1-17 IRACK. 921. 221 '1r11int1r, P.. 169 Irnncn. 11.. 139. 145. 1217 Treacy. A.. 172 51-1'C21LJVVC11. A., 179 11'CI1111y11f. S.. 139 11't111x1'11ll1111. P.. 139 11'Cl1JY11111. J.. 1721. 213 Tricncns. N.. 161 TRI-S1111'. 34. 1246 Trobgxngh. S.. 139. 1217. 1219. 196. 199 '1 robnugh. 1.. 1211. 197. 202. 220 Y151'U5S1'l1llI1. S.. 139 Trumbu11.J.. 179.211 Trumbu11.N'1.. 161. 195 Trnx. J.. 1624. 195. 213 lsclmdy. CI. 161 Isuhudy. IJ.. 179.220 1'Ll1W1Hs. li.. 172. 115.195 1LlC1iQ1'.12..57. 139 furbun. 1.. 169 1l11'1Cj. C.. 1721. 1215 1Ll1'1L'3.17.. 140. 144. 145. 1911 191 1xwit. NY.. 172 Ixnilling. P.. 169 lxwilling. lt.. 1411. 146. 31121 1'y1u1. A., 160 U L'de11.1J..1211. 213.225 U11f111l11. C.. 179. 1212 L'11m.1n. P., 161 L'1"111111N. K.. 172 lzndcrnood. Mrs. louim. 1241 L11'1Qt'f1C1k1lf1..1.. 140. 145. 12121 l'rbzm. D.. 162. 196. 1921 111'1'TliI1. M.. 1211. 211. 215 V Xaxindcr. J.. 159.16-1.166. 16' 219 Yun .-X15 12.1. Mrs. Peggy. 173 Yun Atnurongcn. D.. 1621. 175. 2021 Van Arxdulc, J.. 164 Van Bucrlc. K.. 165 Van Hucrlu. 1721 Nan Bacrlc, S.. 179. 1213 XL1IlBi11U1l. VI.. 162 Nance. G.. 1110. 213 Vaxnsc. N.. 146 Vance. P.. 1721. 1213 Van Cluuvc. R.. 1621 'i11 P 140 191 Na . .. . Vli1'1dCF1305C1'l. S.. 1711 Vanclk. R.. 169. 223 V11nc1k.S.. 160. 167. 229 V11n11u11c. C.. 171 Vanhullu. R.. 162 X 'L1111CC111!C11. 11.. 176. 1212. 1113. 1215 Yan Zcwrn. ii.. 162 X an Zcwrn. J.. 1210 X'arc11cttt1. P.. 1621 X'z15i1ovi11t. Clnirc. 171 Vusiloxilx. Claudia. 1621 Verlzmdcr. .l.. 1621. 175 VSrsil1o..1.. 140. 210. 224 Versino. l .. 163. 212. 219 X5C1'Y111t..121111CS. 97. 163. 210. 2121 Yer1'i11u. John. 159. 171 Xierru. D.. 177 X,1g1101l1.N.. 163. 212 N ihon. R.. 1-10, 145. 1216. 209. 221 Vincent. 1'.. 169 Vitale. M.. 12111. 1213 vmgms. K.. 1711. 195 Vorrv.-ilcr. K.. 1211. 1243 Yorrcilcr. Y.. 173. 175. 12121. 196. 199 Vox 1 179 Vos. VV.. 163. 167 Yrnnck. N.. 140. 194 W Waddell. .1.. 179. 220 Wade. 1.11111'CI1CC. 146 Xkkigncr. C.. 169 VV11gm'r. D.. 179 Wagner. Wngzncr. NV 1111110 r. 1111 Q W: L111 xN'11111Ll1'1L1. R.. 177 XN'1l1111l11k.1. W.. 165 Mr. f.iuo1'gu. 1211 Mrs. llclun. 1-14 Mrs. Jczxnnu. 171 1 1 171 WAIT 1'N11l DARK. 59 VY111t1. J.. 163 VV:11L1s1ci11. S.. 172. 195 VV111l. F.. 173. 174. 216 Wullzxuc. A., 179. 1213 W2l1121CC.5.. 176 W1111is11.li., 1-10 YVil11'i1L11. J.. 140. 1219. 199, 226. 227 XNg111o11. Cf. 160. 190. 199 Wanbe-rg. V.. 171 VN111'd. if. 169 Ward. .1.. 1217 VV11rd. Mr, Robcrl. 144. 213 Wardwcll. Sully, 1411 Wzxrdnc ' 11. SUNLII1. 177 - M VVzu'c. J.. 105.111, 1215.--3 VVz1r1'ie1d. A.. 140 W urrc n. l.. 172. 174.191 1 XYusc11cr. J.. 16-. 167. 2024 W'utkins. Chcry 1, 160 v xN'l111i11'1S. Q4j'I11111Ll. 17-. 17 1215 VV11tkinx. F.. 140 Wu1kine.J.. 177. 1212. 217 Wutsnn. A., 160. 194 Wutgon. 1... 169. 195. 197 VVatson. N.. 164. 1921. 2221. XVz1tson. Peggy. 176 Vkfutson. 1':tcr. 140 Watson. R., 171. 175. 1921. XN'z1tts. U.. 163 Wvlillb. John. 177. 1213. 209. 221 VVz1tts. Julic. 173 Watts. S.. 140 WHIIS. W.. 64. 1411. 145. 194. 196 Wayne. S.. 140 wVCLilI1C1'11Cl1LJ. J.. 177. 217 bend. S.. 16-1 Vkczncr. K.. 172.210 Vk"uavcr, R.. 1721. 1213 VVcbb. Jc11'rL-y. 162 Wfbb. John. 69. 140. 21111. 231 Webb. 1.. 171 Weber. 11.. 1411. 146 Weber. Rachel. 170 Vkfcber. RiC11111'1.1. 176. 1213. 215. 221 NXebs1er.l.., 170. 175. 12121 XN'c'611is. G.. 214. 162. 166. 1214. 200. 212 VVC-ibcl. W'urd. 162 weihcl. W111111111, 176. 1:11 VVE,'1l1Ql11'C11Cf. M., 163 VVci1. B.. 172 NVci1,S.. 1411. 210.219 VNVC11.-1-11U1T111S.1.. 140. 160 NVC11 51-11U171LlN R.. 165. 210 NNeirncr.1'.. 1210 xNC1111'1Cf1l. A.. 161 xNC1I11'2U1'1l. D.. 113. 140. 1411. 159. 1113. 227 NVcin1'1C1'12. K.. 162, 218 VVeinbv:1'1l. Ric11a11'd. 169. 185, 213 1247. 4 wig 210 197. 146, 227 1419. 195 167, wux 144. 174. xN'C1F11K'1'1l. Rog:1'. 177. 1213 Weinb1'c1111cr.C'.. 140, 224 VVeinbrc11nc1. N.. 173 1.011010 by fingu 12111121111 111110171 Iwi' Mila' llfiilxoull W"eing 159 artner. Mr. Irwin. 15 W'eishard. M.. 171. 196 W'eisharL1. V.. 161 VVeis1ow. L.. 140 Weiss. Weiss. Weiss. Weiss. Weiss. D.. 173. 195 John D.. 177 John Jay. 161 Laura, 168 Louis. 15, 69. 140. 147 159. 100 Weiss. M.. 165 Welch. Mrs. Constance. 173 W eleh, E.. 171. 114 VK ellington. Mr. Kenneth. 144 Wells. Jeffrey. 169. 197, 110. -17 Wells. Julia. 179 VVel1s. VV.. 176 Werner. J.. 59, 65. 161. 167, 194 Wessel. Paul. 1-10. 145. 111 VVesscl. Peter. 111. 140. 145. 146. 114. 115 W'est. K.. 140 Westfall. Carolyn. 1140 We-tlall. Cnarles. 140. 146. 109 Westiall. D.. 169 Westler. L.. 161 W"estler. S.. 181 Weston. E.. 140 Wetterslen, Jill. 160 W"etters1.en. John. 180. 111. 117 Wetvel. E.. 140 Wexler. D.. 140 Wexler. J., 168 Wll.-XT WE HAVE H1-1R1i. 61 W"heelan. L.. 140, 19-1. 118 W'heelan. N.. 160. 190. 194 Wheeler. Kimberly, 1210 Wheeler. Kris. 160. 1114 Wheeler. S.. 180. 198 Wheeler. T., 170 Whitehureh. G.. 181. 181. 103 C' 161 Wfiebe. M.. 165 Wfielaiidt. K.. 141 Wiemer. Mr. M. Wayne. 159 Wiggei'-.. R.. 49. 141 VVigglnton. W.. 177 Wijas. D.. 169 VVijas. Martin. 16.1 Wijas. Michael. 176. 183. 111 119 VVileox. K.. 165. 167. 185. 196 199. 119 Wilder. B.. 161 W'ile. K.. 181. 1141.183 XViley. Richard. 177. 115 Wiley. Roger. 1724 W'ilhoite. P.. 17.1 VVilkins. C.. 169 Wilkins. D.. 141. 184 Wilkins, J.. 141. 145. 194.116 Wilkinson. .l.. 141. 159. 191 104 Willhoile. M.. 141 Williams. Barbara. 173 Williams. Bruce. 164 VVilliams. C., 161. 119 Williams, Jane. 113. 1-11 W'i1liams, Julie. 164 Williams. Laura. 181 Wfilliams. Linda. 179 Williams. Rebecca. 169 Williams. Roheri. 181 Williamson. H., 141. 159. 1X5 186. 110.118, 219 Willis. W.. 141.110 Wilson, B.. 141 Wilson. C.. 164 Wilson. D., 171 Wilson. H.. 173. 175. 194 Wtmtlhury. G.. 141. 116.117 W'om.lhury, T.. 141.11611 W'otu.1ru1T. K.. 164 XVoods. K.. 1711. 174. 195 Wonltington. M.. 171 Woolman. V.. 141 VVoo1snn. J., 141. 145. 195. 194, 199 Wforsek. R.. 170 Wortell. 164 VVo1'Iell. H.. 179 Wotmari. Mrs. Vleretjith. 165 W'rapp. G.. l64.1l1.11I W RESTLING. 96. 1124 Wright. K.. 17.1 XYrig1ht, Mrs. Martha. 14 Wriglit. Roger. 17.1 Wfright. Russell. 161 W'ri11ht. 141. 145 4 Wrohlewski. C.. 180. 1141 Wurlhurg. M.. 16.1 Vifyeo. P.. 178 Wye. B.. 168. 195. 11' Wylie. K.. 173 Wyman. D.. 1614 Wynkoop. F.. 141. 111 Wy-e.V1..176. 1111. tuf- Y Yahlong. Jelfrey. 141. 146. 111 1-15. Yahlong. Judith. 170. 11X. 119 Yellin. G.. 173. 175 Yeomans. G.. 181 Yohe. D.. 141. 194 Yohe. R., '171 Yoshimi, Y.. -16.1-1l.111. 11:- VVils0n. J.. 141 K Wilson .. 161. 194 W"ilsUn 1... 1-ll. 145. 146.10-1 106 W'ilson M.. 176 VVilson Randall. 173. 116 Wilsoni Richard. 141. 101 Wilt. D.. 177.119 Winhurn. A.. 161 NVhi1e. . White. D.. 169.118 White. E.. 140. 228 White. F.. 178 White. H.. 173. 175. 195. 197 White. J.. 140. 144.116 White. Kathy. 141. 145 VVhite. Kenneth. 1614. 197.111 ww.: White. 1... 161 W'hite. N.. 173. 195 Wfhite. 159. 179. 181. 1145. 113. 119 White. Thomas. 141 White. Thornton, 163. 116 White. V.. 160 VVhitc. W.. 141 W'hiting. T.. 169 XVhitnC5. D.. 141. 146. 105. 'IX Whitney. L., 160. 167. 205 Whitney. M.. 176. 119 VVhitt. J.. 1-11 NVhitt. 171 Whittemore. A.. 1714. 1241 Whyte. M.. 165 Whyte. P.. 173. 178. 18.1. 111. vii W1 Widran. B.. 1-11. 100 Widran. D.. 180. 18.1 VVidra11.S.. 160. 119 W'it.lran. J.. 179 Wiehe. R.. 1724 W'inter. A.. 176. 183. 109 Winter. li., 85. 160. 111 VVire. K.. 141 Wirtshafter. G.. 171 VVir1ilia11er. 179. 185 W'iscomh. L.. 160. 167 W'iseomh. R.. 1-11. 145 VVite011. L.. 170 VVi1t. N.. 181 Witt. R.. 161 Viittenherg. D., 1624. 175 VVittenher1L. VV., 176 WNTH. 67. 101 VVo1lan. 1... 170. 195 XVol1. A.. 164. 11X Woli. Mr. James. 171 W'01l. Janet. 170 W'ol1e. John. 170. 197 VVOll'1. C.. 169 Wolff. Mr. William. 159. 173 116. 117. 117 Wollram. 1... 176 Wollson. A.. 141 Wolfson. N.. 171. 175 NV0lin. H.. 1-11. 145.199 Wood. C.. 171 Wood. E.. 164 Wood. J.. 171. 196. 199 Wood. Stephen. 1161 Wood, Susan. 141. 190 XN'oodhridge. D.. 141 Wkwodlwtiry. 173. 175. 116 Young. A.. 1611 Young. B.. 180 Young. D.. 168.110 Young. E.. 181 Young. F.. 141, 146. 1914 Young. Gary. 71. 141. 145 Young. Gary Schuyler. 141. 105 Young. M.. 171 Ynung, P.. 141 Xoungdahl. N.. 141. 145. 199 Youell. J.. 16-1 Yowcll. S.. 181 ' ri. S.. 177 t1ell.1.. 165. 19.1. 194. 196 Z Zeddies. M.. 1711. 113 Zeddies. R.. 163, 111 Zanzueelii. L.. 169 Zastrow, R.. 141. 145. 146. 191. 106 Lehr. A.. 161. 193 Zeigler. Mrs. Louise. 144 Zeitf. C., 171 Zeitl. J.. 170 Lelinsky. P.. 141. 145. 146 10-1 1 I1 Yu Lellner. P.. 171. 195 Zengeler. R.. 141, 1924 Linumerman. J.. 141. 145 Zipperman. L.. 1711, 18.1 Ziv. P.. 161 Zollu. P.. 169. 101. 111 Zopp. J.. 141. 144. 1X9 Ltvros. D.. 170 Zuke. D.. 179 Luke. G.. 165 lpltnm by H111 .'1ll'11'l'l


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