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

 - Class of 1972

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Rather, it has grown to reflect the multitude of diverse individuals that comprise soci- ety today. 1 9 s ' 9' . an A ' CL' 4. M - e , e ff '--we QAAQ gist, ,V Q t y fs . Le 3, ,- . pi ,edge 3 I x 1 1' x l'Jl N, -'-d,. "- 26' 4 JL in i ., .Q J' I 5 x 's' ' '-- f ' - W ' 1 -f -y . 'js-.' X : 5 +1 Q, --. - X X - ' i we 535.5-'-' ii i. Qi? KE :LI mwvl c -MW 4: S? ' 1 sfil l" Q fm: i -"if 'fa 14- cf T gs V x E., A -L l. V ,Q xv' - ""' . S ms, 4 ,t - i . M .Ll'i5l'fE?f x if in ,auf-flflf un" .N ga i U--..I-1' M 31,101 I Q J. fkjdfg J . my x ' E51 .41 fr 4. 9 , . .1 5Q"W ' f -ff Y ,.,, J, ,I , 5-1 -5 ' :,AQ2.:w My Ai' A A W XA.,-w , -Q Q ,.. ,. Q ef , 55,4 V, - ws- 4, Q , .V , LV S , ,zur . .isgcgg w g V dtfggi , ,V L, ,fi yffflfi ff., ,w k i 3' 5 T ' fWf"0'f'YL"A T In ffffg, V V ' -3 ,HTF 'lla 5151: Ka.-L"' ' . - if f W- Q 15513: J - .lffsff ' . . K .V ,, .A 1491 if 'g ' J it -. .. ,N 44 . 3 'Til T VV? A ' - iff'11fi'1i' f , f5'E'v, Y' f A' 9 , ' -5 S ' -..,,m,,,,.A.Q.',fS" gi L , ,fQ- M W' fzlfzrgifizvggggfz K , T5'V?5iQfwf?:x 4 r , A 124.ve-ffxswi-5 K ,liggfffffgiffi sf I , ' - ,K 1,1496-Q fn- h 1' QL 1 ifyzfifi ,,.,-.-W-"f"f'M T . "W L- . ' x L5'-i'3555f31'f3fkSi5'R - X ' -1, ff f . .f ij - K 1,12 , Q ' ' in- A ' gi . K ' f f w , 1 , ,Ag The Experience in Free Form Education provided students a chance to broaden their non- academic education through as- f sorted field trips and internships. lOne such trip to the Palwaukee Airport let freshman Jodi Roberts try her hand at air traffic control. Students also gained veterinary experience at the Glencoe Animal Hospital. At the Wilmette Police Department students gained first- Hand experience in modern law enforcement techniques. All these demonstrated the diversity of this unique experiment. pursuing diverse interests with disparate attitudes toward sehou Innovations in academic structure stimulated a resurgence of interest from some students. The over- whelmingly favorable reception of the Experience in Free Form Educa- tion demonstrated that students were willing to pursue individual interests, and the reorganization of students' time out of class improved opportunities to do so. Increased participation in expanded curricular offerings reflected student desires to return to the process of intel- lectual development, and the new re- source centers provided refuge for a somewhat small number of con- cerned students. D- if .ammu-Q Still, the usual number of students were aff-licted with ennui. Though classes covered wider and deeper ranges of material, these students maintained the attitude that their education was meaningless to their desires. They spoke of a lack of direction of their education toward a realistic use of their abilities out- side high school. lnstead, they saw inordinate pressure to work for college, a goal toward which fewer students are directing their efforts. and diverging concepts oi responsibility. Q m oniel o uXk Sfol 1145 Iso etfggs Mikal ga'-1'-4 1' t, .,.,,,,,,,,.-,I XQLK'-8 'TQ , initiative apprehension cooperation Va gg Pvioxl rio EHS? '- Xfxsn-,N8 'Lemms wifu u S! ,3 1 Kedggq, 'Room Sufvglu-f .Riu Ln Ye - - - . ae., X "..'.'xrr'x' .x-:'1 I ' 4 X ' . , 'X not :Lassen to nfmsrm HERE nsssoenrs or corv or cmcAGO- acnwvu- c ' WHOIS ELIGIBLE TO REKHSTER K -'ww' . LP MAS Yue fuupmrxu rI:o1.f'12':xiS is armani: .' f:r .t-.li 1: I 't :fa Sm!" -to 9+ f2fQ,yr.y,,.g M 1' rl2e,ii,qy-iyp:- rum rirrtrum-'XX , P s f fr-,.., ,, . ,V Wk N ., ,,,.A. S ex cz tw- 4.41,-yin, ,:rt,iA,, Y K , t ' ' K' W ' K ' it-' c 1 zvmrnp ,,.,.,.. or Q, ..- ,rv ei- im Y--.yu rw .-r1,f..n-1 ,.- .-1 W wwf' we -my V mm ,mer :rw wg, 4. at em. r rm- .r ni .. .f ., tw--.ff-w .-rt.-fm rn winger: few., ,W f ra N mist rnmtm U- rn. , f X .1 name me M W4 mx NWN N W-' www me dam 1 5 .r ern- -me mid my in uf ri rc rr . i if-.5 :tw -.ii "'F W""f1 mr I-nerr-.starr-ri ,um tm- www- .t gn- ,-,.,,-M ' EDWARD J. BARRETT COUNYY HUM "xi-xiii-If5.,lNAl,lbI1Y. UK Ctlibrzxx, .- , H" iANIJ FOR WHAT I BELIEVE ' Q s T T ' ' M, we ,. A YN! eh V f 2 2 Q' Q fe ' ? 35: oiii omg ffif 1' participation expIoraHon abuse Teachers are another group whose philosophies, attitudes, and reactions are as different as the individuals who comprise that segment of New Trier society. 9-mvaallvt "The teacher should be a guide, showing students where to fish, but not doing their fishing for them." "I try to create a situation where a student finds it irresistible to learn." "Will my lesson plan be interesting and meaningful? Are the ideas in the literature challenging yet under- standable? I try to find a balance between thinking and experiencing or doing." "I try to create an atmosphere that will allow all indi- viduals in the class to encounter one another on a very human level." 'Il try to explain what students are trying to learn, the purpose behind it, and I try to explain it in a lucid style." "How do I teach? Preview, preview, hit 'em with it, review." Qi. - fx. ,M ,dn .l oxssige K,., LJh ax. X5 1 The mood this year is quiet and peaceful. 'll think there is a different mood this year. l'm one who regrets the passing of the protest. At least there was life . . . and caring. Students aren't making any kind of disturbance-in any way-responsibility program or not. ll "This year is the first year I've seen a pronounced change in a year. There is a greater uncertainty about important values." l'Kids seem more relaxed and healthily casual. They seem less concerned with grades and more ready to work when they come to class." 'There is much more hostility and nastiness than there used to beg it's much harder to teach. Still, the majority of the kids are pretty cooperative." "The greatest problem with students is that they don't have any self-confidence as humans, as initiatorsg they don't have a sense of how wonderful they are, how powerful." Philosophical variations K N i'ii ? f a ff-A if producing contrasting interactions I 2, s A229 A51 .5 .7 : ,mfg Mr f pg gf? '52 ' Q Q4 , Yan Y ' wi' A , M .f is XL nz M. ,t , 'FQ ME ,' 'M A wif ' ,sb 'gym 1 5' in 35.9 0- , Tx. 'A L A A W R XV ,fi 5 -1- 4' 95 X ,f .W ,,,,, V fglff' f . f ffllgfi' 'gif 97 if U .V ,- 'A mf X 5242 5' I f 'Q Such colony life can be both beneficial and detri- mental to the bacteria themselves. Crowded conditions often cause stagnation within the colony, but group living also increases productive interaction. Interaction between organisms and involvement with other colonies can greatly expand opportunities for each individual to become stronger, more flexible, and more effective. 6 J' and though students leave school X"-2.-n Young people are always pulhng down The North Shore,bul H has alol To offerif you go and look lorilf 'llike a lazy Hfef' ,f 1. Q X ., Q.. X Q .-...vo-""""' an ,4- ' Si- ll, '1 TV, ta W L L L .41 Despite its illegality, an increasing number of New Trier students used hitch-hiking as a means of transpor- tation around the North Shore. With the police depart- ments committed to enforcement of the local laws, hitch-hiking became a controversial issue for both the students and the community. A poll showed that another area where a solid ma- jority of students expressed discontent was the inade- quacy of recreational facilities for youth on the North Shore. The community, however, did begin to respond to the needs of youth: 31,200 was appropriated to the Win- netka Youth Organization by the New Trier Township Board of Auditors, construction was begun on a new hockey facility at Duke Childs field, and the Community House was enlarged. The Winnetka caucus committee, in its new platform, urged l'The members of the Village Board, Park District, and Board of Education to act co- operatively in investigating to develop programs for community involvement and free time activities." .N ,,, wang-Q wat uusqnow r OUTH i uoscff cuooi HW! Ei' -iii 5 sg it I NS. 1, 'fl' "Kids are the same now as they were when l was one. There will always be a few rowdies, but there always have been rowdies. l'll stick up tor the whole damn bunch." -a community adult Phofography by Eafon Geocarns Karmel Krimmer McEIin Maynard Reicheri' Smargon Weiss , . , . Y W Y . 4. -,- , V -. - V V V.,..4 fx. M Lgizgli' Ldfofi, My , M!1 fF rw" ' i Academics ........ Classes .............. Student Council .................. Social Service ............. Girls' Club .............. Tri-Ship .................... Pep Club 81 ll-Club .............. Student Tutoring ................ AFS ............................ Clubs ............. lagniappe .......... Performing arts .................... Debate ........... .. Echoes ........... News ...................................... Playback 8 lnklings WNTH ........... ITV ................................ ......... Foreign language publications .... Cross Country .... Football ............ Soccer ........... Basketball ........ Gymnastics .......... Swimming .......... Fencing ......... Wrestling .......... Track ............. Baseball ............ Golf ......... Tennis ........... Lacrosse ............ GM ......... IM ........................ Sports Service ..... Q? 1 Q . Q. N ,K i . ai -' ,egg .5 i x . ,.LL i'i ,Efel , . Y 1 5 .4 gm Wd' V .Q Academic an . , ,. --www' ww ' 9- 'A SQ if 5 .f--55,,,, N323 X q Pi, , sf vi W i W ww ' ix A 5. ' i , , ..,.. ..., , , ,ff - ,qv iwiiif' W Ji v we 4 qi 'A M' ,fr xx M + 'iw as Gu ini 3 fi'-by ' . Q51 , 4 T' Q. , . Wg? X, b 'V I V?-o f , . M ', ,4,. i,+qqn.Q2 R A , L- - , 'N wi f: . if: N. x If 5 X Egg.. , J., K. , -'gg'-ff an f mm-" activities Nh- HQAQ 3 F 5 iw- I X Q' 2 3 ,HM-'G i X 1 fl? Lcfl: New 'I'rier's delegation to "It's Academic" demonstrates its intellectual capabilities by achieving the highest score in the history of the show. Below left: Mr. Mitchell enlightens young fresh- men with graphic explanations of complex algebraic concepts. Below: Junior Judy Brown Ends that solutions come easy in the math resource center. fIIl'llSC1Il'l, Howick, Appelbaumj .-llmw: Mull Slmpim grupplcx with the intrica- cies of intellectual wncciilrulimi. livlmv: The lzmgllugc lub plays "Simon Says" in Cicrmzm. lW4'i.x'.v, SllIlll'lL,'I7Ilf f' A PIIUHIKIIIIIIQ fe-av:-au, , K. tg ,ist 1' it V! Introduction of a theory .... :fi r 1,1135 141+ ll Sai-5 it i J 1 3 JP- .tal-Y-" ' clarification of a theory .... explanation of a theory .... frustration. fSmargonj You are what you create. fFridstz'inj Uiwenj A hydrogen-magnexiunt experiment stirs up interest for Surat Waldstein who finds chemistry at gm, rCimca1'i.sJ Student! first dircct con- tact with frcc-form edu- cation was nuns registra- tion in the cafeteria, 1 I'Vf'is,v,I 32 it wi Af' For three days between semesters, the administration abolished the structured 11-period-day and instituted a program of education designed to expose students to a new style of learning. Conceived more than a year ago, EFFE, New Trier's Experience in Free Form Education, provided ample opportunities for participation in classes not possible in the traditional school day. Under the supervision of Mrs. Mary Ida McGuire, a dedicated staff of hard-working faculty, parents and students devoted much of their time to the creation of a worthwhile educa- tional experience. During the hectic day of registration, students selected their three-day program from a variety of 450 mini- courses, field trips, and internships. Some students as- sumed the roles of teachers along with the faculty and members of the community. Seeking a complete spectrum of reactions, an advisory committee was established to examine the possibilities for continuing, expanding, and improving free-form education at New Trier. The grand experiment f gf 'igifkii Upper left: Jerry Pope. the galloping gourmet from "Pope's Pantry," conducts an EFFE mini-course in creative cookery. Upper right: EFFE leaves its mark on the walls of room 347. Lower left: Course selections have Dave Hurwith cornered during the first phase of EFFE planning. fMu1laney, Mullaney, Howickj Innovators in excellence 'tAll change is a miracle to contemplateg but it is a miracle which is taking place every instant." This state- ment by Thoreau is especially applicable to New Trier. At a school of this size it is miraculous that the pace of change attunes itself to the urgency of the need. Through a system of committees consisting of faculty. administra- tion, parents, and students, 56 new courses have been introduced since 1970 as well as the Center for Self Directed Learning. EFFE, the commission on grading, the task force on the adviser system. and many other programs. The live. studies committees. one for each class and one interdepartmental. brought up the ideas for needed courses and programs. The trend was away from the traditional level system and toward the more heterogenous combination of students as in nine level classes. A steering committee reviewed the recommendations and acted upon them. The findings of these committees as- sisted the superintendent, Dr. Frank Overlan, who made the final decisions. New Trier was saddened by the deaths of Mrs. Ruth R. Clarke, cafeteria services managerg Mr. Evan G. Ellis, social studies teacher, adviser, former football coach, and faculty representative to Student Councilg and by the death of his wife. Drusilla. The school regretted the retirements of Mr. J. William Gannaway. head of Career Guidance Departmentg Mr. Lyle E. Henderson, social studies teacher and adviserg and Mr. Carl J. Lundquist, director of New Trier Testing Oftice. fDireCt0ry: page I-491 ,I V, wah 45 . XJ Top: Mrs. Mary Ida McGuire. director of Instructional Services, presents ideas for EFFE during a student cabinet meeting. Above: Teachers and administrators congre- gate during their unassigned time for an in- triguing game of bridge. tflppvllmfmi, i'VluI1anz'yj ,Qu Fur left: New Trier food keeps the faculty in the Pink. Left: Mr. Schulz ponders the validity of a student's mathematical reasoning following a Thursday exam. YSn1m'gm1. Nlllllzllzcfyj iv 4 Active gym teachers take a few minutes off to consider departmental procedures that influence their classes. fM1zllm1ey1 '4 lfridsizfinj Un-Classified K Weissy With the advent of the unassigned time program. stu- dents found free time on their hands. During each period, they utilized their time through various pursuits. Many used the time to study while others sought the out-of-doors for their few moments of relaxation. All in all, the per- iodic relief from the tension of classes enabled some people to enjoy school and others to endure it. fFrid.vIc'inj I Geocarisj 1 1 y i y 5 ' 1 1 .f ,f r I 4 I xl -A Ill 1 Ili 4' at ex f I'-I'fl1Sll'il1AI fFridsteinJ Almw: "Welcome to the Monkey House." lWai.s.vl In an effort to learn each other's tastes, old and new seniors relish at sumptuous repast ut the new senior dinner. lWai.s-.rl Below: Bicycling reached Zl peak of popularity as many free-wheeling students took to the road. fsllllllyllllj Putting their knowledge to practical use. French students take time off from regular classes to attend a French flick. fSIll!lI'g0II2 The library offers a comfortable atmosphere in which students enjoy their quiet pursuits. fGvucaf'isj aj Z, -L. Freshman Rights and Responsibilities class introduces students to "the system" as they eagerly anticipate the luxuries of second semester freedom. rliwenf The primary accomplishment of Student Council was the implementation of the Unassigned Time Program. thus marking the end of nearly 18 years of student-super- vised study halls. An active Council board concentrated on developing alternatives for the creative use of students' free time. Consequently, resource centers were expanded, and the Educational Opportunities Committee achieved greater importance. A wide variety of speakers and films was offered, and seminars were conducted covering such issues as the 18-year-old vote, nuclear tests, and the draft. It's about time fllowickl In their desire to create a less structured classroom situation, Student Council passed a bill for an Experience in Free Form Education, later approved by the Board of Education and known to everyone as EFFE. Thanks to EFFE. Unassigned Time, and related pro- grams, a developing spirit of community pervaded the school. Despite some abuse which was manifested by litter throughout student lounge areas, the future advance- ment of student freedom and responsibility is promising. fDirect0ry.' page 1862 ,Q,.sp, ,g,.,,,,, , . ., . Qs Q 5 . RSSSSZC 1 l Far lvfl: Representing Bangla Desh. East Pakistani Ma Zaul addresses an Educational Opportunities assembly. Left: Dapper Student Council president Mike Friedman. his fan behind him. reviews one of Student Councils many legislative achievements. Below: During a sullen debate. pajama-clad rep Rick Braudo speaks his peace. flK'l'l.IIIH1t'I', Snzargon, Karmell I F ridslein I fFriclsIf'inj 'You'Ve Got a Friend' Each year, more New Trier students voice the need to communicate with people of different environments. Be- cause of this eagerness, Social Service emerged this year as one of the school's most popular organizations. With additional programs and increased student involvement, Social Service provided an opportunity to work with chil- dren, the aged. and infirm in the Chicago area. Students in Saturday morning programs devoted the first hour to tutoring and the second hour to art projects and sports. Many groups also took field trips at regular intervals. In the three hospital programs, students tried to bring diversity and friendship to broaden the horizons of the patients. Social Service helped its members become aware of the similarities that exist among all people. The tremendous success of this organization testified not only to its worth, but also to a growing awareness at New Trier. fDirectory: page 1192 Left: Social Service board member Paula Rance pre- sents Volunteer Opportunities. Below: Examining a telescope on the observatory at O'Hare Airport, a tutor and her tutee exchange perspectives. fSmargon, Fridxleirzl ii lhn fxther Luddles two by chance, zu the Daddy Daughter Din- J f Adorned with rabbit ears and a fluffy tail. 21 Girl's Club member finds things hopping at the Friendly Banquet. fGcm-urixf Representatives from each girl's advisory meet each Tuesday to discuss future Girls' Club projects. fKHflHEIj At the Freshman-Senior Hag Party, seniors Helen Long and Jan Levine relive carefree antics of freshman year. fSlHflI'glII1,l "Gir1s' Club projected less of a 'typical or cliquey' image this year. The board was more diversified enabling us to reach different types of people. Once we decided on a project. the board was very enthusiastic and sup- ported the project 100 per cent." said President Robin Becker. With strong board backing, the club held successful annual events and also introduced new projects and fund- raising ideas. The New Student Picnic, Freshman-Senior Hag Party, Fashion Show, Friendly Week, Daddy-Daugh- ter-Dinner-Dance, and Springorama all stimulated inter- ested participation. To raise more money for senior girls' scholarships, Girls' Club held a bulletin board sale besides the annual magazine sale. The Fall and Spring Charity Drives raised money for the Leukemia Research Organization and for Contact, which is concerned with prison reform. fDirec- tory: page 1882 ,M-. Bctiust of the diligent Yulctid lcsminship of Tri ship -... ' f iff 5 e sa r 1 9 a en- tre rentur his prospective buyers will not pine. flluwit-AJ Determined to establish proficiency in the execution of its fund-raising programs. Tri-ship met with sparkling success in all of its altruistic endeavors. Highlighting the service organizations accomplish- ments was the Christmas tree sale which produced its first sell-out since its inception four years ago. Tri-ship President Mark Roberts attributed this success to the scores of volunteers who offered their time and assistance. ln addition to numerous school dances, Tri-ship also conducted an extremely profitable charity drive to benefit the Chicago Area Leukemia Foundation. Through these activities, coupled with the Tri-ship-sponsored Lagniappe production. "What Makes People Happy." Tri-ship raised a total of 57,000 for boys' scholarships and 53,000 for Social Service. fDirectory: page 1901 During the Upperclass Conferences, Tri-ship usher Jeff Gross assists a befuddled New Trier parent. fWvixsj Y W, is fi 4 A fi ' va , Q 1 's' I Playing it by ear. Tri-ship president Mark Roberts conducts an informal rep meeting. llx'rimmr'rj Pepi generation The two organizations whose purpose is to promote spirit strove this year to involve more students in athletic- oriented activities. ln order to realize this goal, N-Club members tried to shed their "jock" label by diversifying their activities. Led by Sponsor Gary Clark and President Pete Mannos, the club not only tried to unite the different athletic teams, but tried to improve the environment of the school by increasing student and community interest in athletics. In an effort to bolster the club's depleted treasury, the club began to print and sell their own programs for varsity home games. Their contributions to the school and com- munity included money for scholarships. equipment, and charity. Along with the wish to provide a variety of activities. the Pep Club board took action to change its constitution so that more girls could participate in the club. Jenny Allen, Pep Club president. declared that, "Pep Club has been really closed to a great deal of membership. Now we are trying to open it to girls who never would have had a chance to become involved before." lts members hoped that school spirit would differ this year so that the traditional concept could be replaced by a feeling of pride in all aspects of the school. fDirecmry.' pages 190, 1921 Bearing the spirit of Pep Club. an old car serves to carry members in the Homecoming parade. fslllllliglilll QS' E E 3 1 Q Above and loft: Gleeming with ultra-brite smiles, Pep Club Presi- dent Jenny Allen and cheerleader Dale Rothermel ride the Crest of victory. Below: With the sup- port of Indian football fans behind him, lettermun Bill Ransone faces the world. flK'I'flIlllll'l'. Eaton! 4 ,ff f Ewf KW ' fy, .wwf lid. x ttir 4 -Pee .W 1 i , 1 y5?gSgr,'533 ?A z fi V ' flfffi fy v 1 . Q f - - ' A ,Wg-,VQ-,i-A Q we ff- 4 ,1 l ,-:fnww fffigf . e- t 4 ,X qw b . A r, Q f 1 -we-Psi. X- ,,,.a3.i., 'envwf ,egl I 3 lf-3 5I Below: Co-head Jackie Baere gives Debbie Wijas tips on tutoring. Right: Jamie Leaf performs the basic task of Student Tutoring Board as she coordinates names of tutors and tutees. flXyl'fIIlHlCl'j 'Help me with knowledge' Based on the belief that students can learn from each other. Student Tutoring was originally organized to pro- vide qualified student tutors for other students needing academic assistance. This year. Student Tutoring was characterized by tluctuating student interest. The organization got off to a slow start but then received its annual overflow of requests at the end of each quarter. For the first time in many years. the board had dilliculty in trying to match these tutees with capable tutors. The shortage of qualified tutors could be a result of the new unassigned time pro- gram. The dilliculties encountered this year will necessitate next year's board to continue the re-evaluation of Student Tutoring, and decide whether it will continue. fDirect0ry: page 1911 Horizons of experience By spending the year at New Trier. foreign exchange students are able to expand their horizons of experience. AFS. the American Field Service. annually sends North Shore youth abroad as well as hringing foreign students here. Funds were raised to pay for these educational experi- ences during the annual chocolate drive in the fall and the Film Festival in the spring. At open meetings NT stu- tlvoi-ir left: Because Nestle! nialves the very hesi chocolate, iarolyn Rainni has little trouble selling Al-'S candy to ever- hungry New Trier students, livlowp Al-'S menihers. hath foreign and native. enjoy sharing humorous evperienccs which occur around the world. flVtfi'iv. llow'ir'Ai dents learned the cultural traditions of their visitors. ln April. other foreign students congregated at NT for thc .-XFS weekend to exchange experiences. see the city. and haye fun. By bringing foreign students to NT. AFS continued to act on the thought. "Walk together. talk together all ye peoples of the earth. then and only then shall you have peace." llJir0t'Ior-v.' page 1941 Wi.. .MW Q, .wire - Fi Bernoullians bounces back Above Izffr: Functioning irrationally, the Bernoullians go off on a tan- gent as they find the exception that proves the rule. Above riglzr: A plethora of papers proves the success of recycling drives held by the Environment Club. Right: Senior Music Club offers its members a chance to express themselves through music. ISmargon, Sylvan, Gcocarisj E ' .SWL ,. v Q This year saw a reversal of the downward trend in some club interest which had been evident last year. Bernoul- lians. with ncw emphasis on the National Math Exam, and French Club. with its traditional format. began anew with rejuvenated success. Geography Club was the only club unable to function on a regular basis. Members of clubs became more conscientious in their attendance and concentrated their interests. Many freshmen found at least one club to their liking. and fewer upperclassmen dropped out of clubs than in previous years. ,gat -Y Q X Q Above: Charles Karukstis, president of the Astronomy Club, calculates fri...,,..g. the distance from a star to the earth during one of the club's frequent ,L meetings. Left: In an effort to check their boredom, Chess Club mem- bers work knights. Cphotos by Weissl w1..,.,,, Ja,"'iuusdsuI liff 'il T ,Raman if ' xi The science clubs. geared toward smaller memberships, continued their relative success. Aesculapians enjoyed a large increase in membership and sponsored many outside speakers. as did Astronomy Club. Biology Club's trip to the dunes attracted many new members. and Radio Club continued its program of talking with people of distant countries. The music clubs, traditionally large, increased slightly in membership. Free Reeds expanded their activities. while the .lunior and Senior Music Clubs continued their traditional programs with a larger number of members. v A ,ifesxsw gu- Lefr and below: The vigor of Biology Club members and the stagnation of a garbage dump present a stark contrast at the Indiana Dunes. fpholos by Weissj -aug 'sl' Far Jeff: Dr. Robert Miller, speaking to New Trier's medical club. Aesculapians, reveals the perplexities of cardiology, Lejl: Beaming with pride. Amateur Radio Club members display their wares at the annual Halloween party. lSmargon, Weissj Model Club members make it plane that their stock is sky-rocketing. fSI7lfll'QUIl ,I Latin Club saw increased attendance at its main events, while the other language clubs languished in comparison. Hobby and fun clubs such as Chess Club continued to hold weekly meetings, while Bridge Club meetings became more casual. Model Club continued its long success and Hosteling Club. led by underelassmen. attracted many members by offering a variety of excursions. bike hikes, and ski trips. The formation of new clubs such as Roller Skating Club and Environment Club showed that clubs can still exist as an integral part of the learning experience at New Trier. Manning the handlebars. Hosteling Club members prepare to em- bark on another cycling expedition. flfatonj ,.r .L L LA Q1- Almw: Bridge Club member Sanford Sillman plays the dummy hand with great linesse. Right: Despite a be- fallen comrade. Roller Skat- ing Club members Strive On. fSmargtm. Weiss! Q M 'I V ,, fs. no-f g.ifftf?5ry,,., ""'M 'N""' A A Y' M Q t ,fr-ZW-L "-fed? N, WAR w if M A 12' .N- 3 -pp Sf 0775 'Nu ' -Q, 2 x fy . NAI N fx fa 1 - i . ,gy 5 K' w V' ,N 5 E-mi , Q 3 1 , I X x .N NMW, gf H If 2 is if 4 vu , ,, , ' f , i53i'7L A 456125: A 'Q f?, : :':, f f' A gf 7 MK ?2?:a ,z: f 44 . , V ' L ' ,. 1-2 W WLLW,i M Performing arts and communications fr ,L F' 'rx ' x I Q JQX ,ax 'Y Z ,.-AA, , 4 A A x, Q'-51 - M if' ' r A-ef? 5125 'V :Q'f14f"f.jfyiQL' V' g i X 'Letter Perfect' fEamnI f.MCElinj fMcElinj fH0wickl Lagniappe was presented to New Trier in November after a summer of writing and planning. The directors, Katy Rashman and George Nicholson, along with the student cast and crew, and the sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. F. l. Gill and Mr. Robert Boyle, shared time and talent to make the show "Letter Perfect." Rehearsals IA have right and A have leftl were conducted non-stop until the performance dates. In the final production. Mark Fotopoulos fFar lefty played an ex-clown searching for what makes people happy. Through variOu: experiences with many types of people. such as actors pondering their identity fL4m't'r lefll, and people dis- cussing Ann Landers lLuwer rightl, he finds that "different things make different people happy." lDireCmry: page 1911! lH11f4u'tlI lllowickl "To further the appreciation of culture among all the people. to increase respect for the creative individual. to widen participation by all the processes and fullillments of art-this is one of the fascinating challenges of these days." The Performing Ans Division tried to meet this challenge described by John F. Kennedy by offering diverse opportunities for student performance in the arts. Stu-Tents responded by constructively employing their un- assigned time and by taking performing arts courses to develop their musical. dramatic. and dancing talents. Students in acting. vocal. instrumental. and dance groups presented "Meet the Performing Arts" for their parents in the fall. ln the spring. Performing Arts Week displayed original projects created by the participants. The annual Christmas and Spring Festivals. the Scholar- ship. Commencement. and Dance concerts. and the fre- quent band and orchestra concerts were greeted with audience enthusiasm. Students with dramatic ability exercised their versatility in the Short Story Playliouse's moving production of "Three Lives." the powerful winter play. "A Raisin in the Sun." and the more light-hearted spring plays. "She Stoops to Conquer" and "You're a Good Man. Charlie Brownfi The appreciative reception of the Operas production of "l I0 in the Shade" revealed that New Trier student talent extended beyond making already well-known plays enjoyable, Applause ' ibm-".A K .,g,. X, , . , .5 - 52 110111 'X' i mg ' f l -' ...Ng .L 4 . w '- "-xr ' fx- -'irjfv-Q. M-Q 9" ..fe,ff,, J pk. N S., . .+.,,.sg,.,.-.5 , . 1f3f"sK"'i K V 4 fruits XHKNLJR , ,. VN A Raisin in the Sun' Vhilter Ice Younger llloug Lfdelli exprewzx the friixtriuion und dexptnii of ai xuppresaed hlatek ruun in his drezuu dricx up like Ll ruisin in the Nun. Illmvitkl Rt lu Yoi:xt,i-R 'uiiiz lii Y'otM.i-R . Bi Ni tluvx Yot'Nc.i R ,., lixx YUINUIR .. i'AS'l Pu,ti'ieiu Borden loxeph Henderson Douglux ljdell , Vickie White Wendelin Hairston lim PH Xmuu ... .. ,lumes Kimi iii own Klum iiisox ,, Scott Jueelx Bonn ,, ... Brian Kelly K tm lixuxi R Maleolni Hu en limi Nlmixi. XII x 4, C'litl'oi'd Tuhin Kenneth Wetn er 15 if " ' , F Lcfl: Asugui Him Grayi instills in Benezithu lViekie Whitel the pride of her heritage. Almvzq- Travis Younger tjoseph Henderxonl und hix mother. Ruth Younger 1Pz1tty Bordenl, crowd in excitement around Lena Younger tWentiy Hars- tonl its she receives the long awaited cheek for len thou- sand dollars. Iplmmv by Hmvicltp 'a macbeth' CAST IADY NfAf'BFl'H I , Joan Manning Baxoto . Mark Handley Anne Coughlan MACBPTII . . , . . Champ Clark FIRST WITIZII . . Anne Coughlan NI,1.CBIi'I'II 2 ., .,... Scott Jaeck Joan Manning NlACBli'I'H 3 .. ...,. William Baker SI-Comm WI'I'c'II , , . . . Jennifer Campbell MAI.CoI.M . , . , . Michael Solomon THIRD Wl'I'Cll .... .4.... M arsha Goodman M.icDIfIe'I- ..... ..... C hris Murray FOURTH Wl'IiC'll . . . . , Kathryn Blankenship GENTLI-woM.xN . . , . Sylvia Furstenburg DUNCAN ..,... ...,., C Eeotfrey Miller DOCTOR , .,... . . . . . Seth Abbott l I I Playwright Charles Marowitz introduces his play "ii macbethu by saying. "We've had a Christian Macbethg a Gangster Macbeth: an Oriental Macbeth: a Primitive Macbeth: a Political Macbethg why not a Jinxed Macbeth?" Left: Lady Macbeth tjoan Manning! is haunted by the witchex. Rigln: Macbeth fChump Clarl-LJ helplessly suffero the torment of being jinxed. rplwmx Ivy Nlzzllariifw M iff 2 c ina Q' Q '110 in the Shade' Far left: Starbuck tGareth Hendrixsonl enthusiatically tries to convince the townspeople that he can bring rain to end their de- stmctive draught. Left: Jimmy Curry tliob Kellettl welcomes his sister Lizzie tloan Todhunteril on her return home after her fruitless man-catching adventure, Bulmv lair: Lizzie Curry tllandee Reichmanl acts "raunchy" in an attempt to meet the approval of File tDavid Stallerj. Below: The entire cast becomes ecstatic as the rain pours on stage in a pyrotechnic finale. A platform was raised on the stage by Mr. and Mrs. Gill leaving a gutter serving as tt drainage system for the rain. Iplmmx by John Ifuzunll CAST Ltzzts CURRY .. Randee Reichman Joan Todhunter H. C. CURRY . . . . . James Eckhouse Malcolm Ewen NOAH CURRY ... ,.. Kenneth Kaden Douglas Udell JIMMY CURRY .. Brian Kelly Robert Kellett BILL STARBUCR . . . . , . Gareth Hendrixson George Nicholson FILh .,............ .... D avid Staller Scott Campbell SNOOKIE LiPI3lgGR-XPH .. Karen Dunn Stlsan Clayton 'SHP STOOPS 'VO CONQUER' 'YOlF'Rlf A GOOD MAN. f'HARl.lF BROWN' Hmm Asn.: ..... Mus. H-umm will ,. Miss HARIIL.-KSTII . Iom' lirxivxlx , lllunum .... . , QIR VH.-RRI i s lkimrmx Ymim. Nlunmx Has1'1xc,s ...,. Miss Nunn . , Malcolm Evien Maureen Mitchell Gail Whitchurch ,, Joan Manning , Kenneth Kaden Victor Schulze ,,.l, Scott laeelt James Eekhouse . . Brian Kelly Dorix um Thury CiHARlll- BROVVN ....,..,,,.....,.,..,.. ., Mark Fotopoulos Mark Handley Sxoorv , . ,,... Kirby Kaden Dave McCracken Lticy . , Mary Claire Collin: Mary Ju Lutticke PM rv . ,. Jennifer Campbell Julie Worsek l,lNi's .,.. .... N lax Miller Eric Robbins Scimoi-mu . A Geoff Miller Steve Stein hs f L al Above lefz: Members of Repertory Theater display confidence while re- hearsing for Performing Arts Week. Above: Little does the audience sus- pect the presence of the stage crew. lurking in the dark. putting together everything but the actors. Far left: The underclassmen in Performing arts begin their acting careers in the freshman-sophomore play. "You're a Good Man. Charlie Brown." Left: In rehearsals preparing for the perform- ance. east members of "She Stoops to Conquer" achieve a happy ending. Right: Sandy Catlin enjoys creating her masterpiece while her victim must wait in suspense to see the resulting transformation. flfwen, 1Wlllfl1l1l'j', Karmzfl, Iiuwiclij After the rain .AH-. NARRATOR DAVID ..... LISA .. loam . . . S.ALi.Y .. ALLAN .. JoiiN . . . MOTHI1R . . . FATHER . Bm' .... 'THREE LIVESA . . . Kenneth Kaden ....... John Clark . . Doris von Thury ... .. Eric Robbins Dorothy Goodsmith .. James Eekhouse Brian Flannery .. Joan 'Iiodhunter . , . , Clifford 'liabin , Mark I-otopoulos Right: During the New Trier sponsored Tournament of Champions, triumphant senior Don Clark frustrates his be- fuddled opponent with cross- examination as IAboveJ his partner Sanford Sillman demonstrates the art of argumentation and advocacy. fplmlns by Wzfissl Standing oration With eight varsity debaters leaving the squad, only tive seniors remained as Thomas B. McClain became the new coach of the New Trier debate team. Coming to the school from Northwestern University, where he served as Director of Forensics, Mr. McClain emphasized the college approach to research and analysis. The broadness of the resolution, "That the jury system in the United States should be significantly changed," created a wide range of proposals diflicult to anticipate and contest. This. coupled with the improving programs at neighboring schools, provided stiiier competition than in previous years. However, the competence of seniors Paul Sobotka, Sanford Sillman, Jerry Lasky, Don Clark. and Renee Rubin set a winning pace for the underclass- men. Because the senior roster was rather thin, many juniors were able to attend varsity tournaments where they per- formed admirably. The sophomores, maintaining the New Trier tradition of success, contributed their share of tournament victories. fDirec'zory.' page 2061 Above left: Speaking in oppo- sition to the motion that sex is a four-letter word, New Trier Union debater Paul Rocklin unfolds an argument. Above: The results of disci- plined diligence lay scattered on the surface of a debater's carefully indexed file box. Left: New coach Thomas B. McClain reviews his team's progress in the comfort and privacy of the debate oflice. fSyli'an, Weiss, Sniargmzl Bound for good Despite the perennial slow start in launching ECHOES. inertia rapidly gave way to camaraderie. effort. and ac- complishment. Through the organizational prowess of Editor-in-chief Hugh Martin. a dedicated nucleus of seniors and juniors combined hard work and creative talent in producing this year's 240-page annual. As ECHOES' faculty sponsor, Norman Frey used his sobering influence to channel the staifls eccentricities in the right direction. In addition to the traditional account of the school itself, ECHOES expanded to cover numerous community affairs of interest to New Trier students. This aspect of the students, lives was incorporated into the new opening section coordinated by Bill Reichert. The staff of 35 senior editors, junior assistants, and harassed photographers devoted the major part of the year trying to capture the many moods of the school. ECHOES '72, the result, became the source of permanence for a year that already has vanished. fDirect0ry.' page 202 2 fFrids!einJ ECI-IOES staff members vvhoop it up at Editor-in- :hief Hugh Martins farm. l'MCElin7 ln light of the ECHOES Jhotography staff, an adviser room is im- mortalized in a Hash. fHmvic'kj Left: Sports editor Rick Braudo consults friend and Layout editor Rob Allen on a matter of negative importance. Below: In search of an Snappy caption. junior assistant Tom Mullaney ponders the possibilities. fAKl'ilIIIIIl'l', Frirlxlvinj riff' s md of Kty een As the erts 2n't , in -if a ure to ves Weekly reader The primary goal of the New Trier News this year was to create a balanced representation of students' ideas on national and community issues, as well as those pertaining to the school itself. To accomplish this aim, Editor-in-Chief Sharon Rosen- zweig and an enthusiastic staff, largely composed of un- derclassmen, increased student communication through an expanded editorial section and by interviews with both my life-either I m consistently a moment too late or a moment too early. My purpose was defeated. g.f11mfffg 1 ,e O eo at 0 eta, 7 Qt 76 41, i 1 Eaton 1 t"'1... political figures and New Trier students. The News kept students informed of Student Council and administration proceedings and gave students a chance to express their wide range of opinions. The News also played a signif- icant role by making students aware of new elective courses, Educational Opportunities programs, and other activities available for the use of recently-acquired un- assigned time. Despite some student dissatisfaction with compulsory subscriptions, many voiced complaints when issues were not received, and when they were, they seemed to be ap- preciated after all. fDirect0ry.' page 2031 , .. f vi' 'wb .myg -lan' Mx. an AE Q Y 4' ,f f it sg 5 X - 3 wigsfkfiiwff Eg, gi A . if ...............-M. ,,,m..A , 1? N 7' lerj.. 1' :- ,J Mis , x an H 'W 1. Nr awww M -1 5, Ss lk , 3 , v 5? ' i 1, .25-ia ' wiv '3 aw, Afkzigikifsn aux'-V" Q as V . wwf A A W ., V, ,Yi , v . 1 'X , I VZ " i:?As'1f2-2-fffffv L'-rn " We if ' i,f,:Tf .Q aw fffvx-f, 4 5. Wig - 7 w1?'!31z5ffi 011, 5, .M 3 M f li 3' if 4 I 2 'ii' 1 M wi-:-, Z V6 1 A 'vii if L wh?,L2!ii'7fDi f 1, . , K M if. JL QK.,.jLfaf"? . mmifgfv a 4.x 5,1 ' igh' My 1,1 ,,'rr.f2 V f-""9? 'K f'f3'??E 'fv v 1-gf 79557151 . J ' jf , ZH, gfifg-:A wi, y H, 1 ' ' 1 My ' ff V 7 KI fhififi Q 1 gf ,, .4 'R w H, asgwg ,v gif U- 1. A ,af ' ' owl ' G? f 4 f '1 ,ff was-1 I S' 2 3 Q ca .. ' 5 Fine tuning Whether broadcasting from the studio or on location, WNTH changed and improved its service to the commu- nity and students at both New Trier East and West. At NT-E, two new turntables and a tape deck were added at a total cost of 521300, giving NT,s voice to the community dependability as well as eloquence. Besides new equipment, an innovative "block" pro- gramming system was adopted. This system entailed the assignment of a regular time slot for each program and fElIl0Ilj Q KMcCaHertyj general topic. Thus air-time cohcsiveness was promoted while students were freed from the burden of constant scheduling. Along with this new system, WNTH created a new format for presentation of general topics, and for the first time the station aired student-produced instructional public service programs. fDirect0ry: page 2042 lllowickj fhrfm :NIH 'Window to the World' Some people object to suburban education by asserting that the classroom is too remote from vital contemporary problems and the personalities that make present history happen. ITV, Instructional Television at New Trier. served the township schools by introducing present issues and prominent individuals into the classroom on closed circuit programs. Many important people appeared on ITV programs this year including Eugene McCarthy and Charles Percy. The 70-member student stall of ITV aided professionals in producing taped programs. These programs were a dynamic solution to the cry for innovation in education. flJirec'rm'y: page 2051 4-0' Accent on expression Grammar. accents. and declensions often seem to be the curse of foreign languages. However, language students conquered these problems and submitted poems, jokes. cartoons, and articles to the foreign language publications which were distributed in May. Praeco, Le Flamheau, and Schreiberi provided students with new insight into the communicating power of foreign languages that they have studied. Contributions to the publications were submitted by students on all levels: even junior high students offered their work. This source of knowledge not only produced good magazines for the benefit of the reader. but also reflected responsibility and ingenuity on the part of the participants. fDirec1ory.' page 207j IYHIJ Oil '-I Xl ill lNUl'i'l ll NON . , A Z' f J .. f L1 2 b - -ux 1 L' 81 , .K . vi' i fi 0 gr e , ,Q I t ' ' Q K ' i , q.s-',..R.'- '. ,-9 O li f- f J! f 'W x y I--' g i ' ' A xx J No M 4- fi -. , I' , . ,Ig wx g .QQ Y, . . A.,, in ..- L. ,S A,g,,i,'1:v- an 1 4 Q-.14 in KM ' x N g Q .W ist. O W, X X .r ' f tgp- V. '-, 5 'v f 'X w-9 if N Q. 'Nc E a 0 --s fn- Vvgrm -P' 1-"N W 5 it 5, , 'x as-4 x . 3" 'W .... . K ' 'Cx ' .rx 'Q is at any . sl i , . 1 ts' ' -.,' 5 Q' r f ' . ' f ' www. 'U i .2 t ...V v E -nicht.-uv S L x 'Q' "R A., as-v.. .qw nik 4""' 3354 fyrfi' Y ' Q Stuff members ot I'n1t'c'n tleftl and Lv 1"llHI117L'IlIl tabovel consider vsritlen material. magazine for- mat. and cover and art ideas during preliminary meetings. f,'Wul'1fII, IU-ifiifizwf 1 if N S ff ,K f WMM f i 4, f" XM at 5. 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X A " G - 1 Af 2 ' 3 i f RMK Athletic y ,sw i Wet but displaying an aura of 9 3 resolute calm, Ben Almaguer I k t d checks the stat-sheet during a a S e harrier meet. fEwenj l Y -it X X L fEwenl SEASON STANDINGS w L VARSITY ..... 5 2 SOPHOMORE . . . 3 3 Varsity placed fourth in Sub- urban League meet and third in Suburban League. Freshmen placed third in Sub- urban League meet. W wiv ,, 'mmf' ' ,,,1, .I wifi ,kg S -13,11 , ww fs- fi .,. 1 ? 35 'xg 5 -M, J fi, S4-iiiiriq Lk ggi-ES :kgs W 1 mf ,Jiegffwfwf J ix , 'V .fy 3 '- ,. f' gr' A 1 Q , , , L.,, f W -wi if sg, ' L A X 4 lk A X k P J X 5' Q, ' A . ,If-Mfax .- f, ' , fr- if ,sq Q , 4','fS Q YH',l'lXXl igwg T ,-IQ, QV, rg ' ,iff-j H 4 Wwgdmghwkw ff: fl kfffz. 1,97 1. - ,y Q, ,V 5 'Z 57 pg L f ,,1a,nf?tz, V f 1+ X, . L gli, ,Vw ii . 5 W, A fx, 024,024 ,, . " ' , .. M, ' ,V 5 . g, . ,EF , Vw iw YW, ,. Y, 'H me W Mean green machine Guiding the Indians in his first season as head coach. Chick Cichowski enjoyed a moderately successful season. Hampered by a lack of personnel and early season injuries. the Trevs still managed to compile an impressive 5-3 record. Foremost among the list of walking wounded was promising junior Ron Gion. lost for the season with a leg injury. The Indians. under the direction of quarterback Bill Rees. combined the running of the league's leading scorer. Bill Ransone. with a rugged defense led by linebaekers Kevin Downing and Jud Porter. Jim Nord. singled out as the tcam's best all-around player. joined with end Steve Nadherny and defensive back Tom Harvey to contribute to the squads success. 1 After out-running a defender, lanky end Steve Nadhemy latches onto a first down pass. IWeissj Left: Dirk Young blazes past a Notre Dame defender as he rips off a 40-yard punt retum. Right: Fullback Bill Ransone gives the Oak Park Huskies the run-around as he leads the Indians to a hrst down. fph0IOS by Howickl SEASON STANDINGS w L T VARSITY . . . 5 3 0 SOPHOMORE . . 7 1 0 FRESHMAN A . . . .... 3 4 0 FRESHMAN B ........... 3 3 1 Varsity tied for second in Suburban League. Coach Cichowski is encouraged about the future due to the fine play of juniors Tim Black, Ralph Becker, Pete Whyte, and Ken Stewart. Judging by their performance, the sophomore team should fit nicely into the varsity's future. Leading the Ponies to a fine 7-l overall record was Coach Jerry Wamsley. The offensive backfield of Dave Harvey, Andy Binder, and Dan McNerney ran and passed under the protection of a solid offensive line. Anchoring a tenacious defense were standouts Dan Goodman, Tim Hall, Tim Perry, and Jim Hornbuckle. The Freshman A and B teams finished the year with 3-4 and 3-3-1 records, respectively. fDirect0ry.' page 2101 Almw: Sophomore halfback Tim Clark follows his team- mates block as he outdistances onrushing opponents. Left: Freshman quarterback Jim Matthews unleashes at pass for a healthy gain. fplzums by fWc'l:'lin1 Winnetka bootery Varsity soccer coach Tony Schinto summed up his 1971 Indians by remarking that, "On the whole it was a good season? Indeed it was. In spite of numerous injuries, which resulted in the use of 11 different lineups in 15 games, the team achieved an excellent 11-4 record, placing them fourth in the State and providing Schinto with his winningest season as a New Trier coach. Teamwork was the major factor in the Indians' 11 vic- tories. An implacable offense, led by All-Staters Steve Pendleton and Phil Connley, All-Leaguer Dave Schulz, senior Rick Braudo, and junior Larry Moss, was backed up by a solid defense made up of All-State goalie Pete Mannos, seniors Pete McNitt and Rich Weinberg, and junior standout John Hart. fDirect0ry: page 212 j fAHt'l1, fMcCaffer!yJ Far left: Premier forward Phil Con- nley shoots past a bewildered Oak Park defense. Loft: Co-captain Steve Pendleton out-maneuvers a Niles West opponent to keep an Indian attack alive, fA4c'Elil1, Allenj fAlIenI Above lefl: Guided by his eagle eye. All-State goalie Pete Mannos swoops down on his prey and plucks ol'l a sure goal. Almrz' right: The secret of the Indians' perennial success is their ex- ceptional ball control, dem- onstrated here by JV for- ward Bill Weihcl. lfil'Ul'III'i.'.', i'Wl'I1'ffIlJ With ten returning lettermen, including sophomores Steve Braudo, John Carney and Mike Rogers, all having gained valuable experience, varsity soccer's future looks very promising. An outstanding defense, led by goalie Rick Cromartie, helped the JV team attain a superb 7-1-2 record. The sophomores, a team blessed with enthusiasm, ended the season with a 3-7-2 record. The freshman squad, with a 3-5-3 record, showed marked improvement as the season progressed. fDirectory.' pages 212-2131 Above: Multi-talented Rick Braudo slashes his way through Oak Park defenders as he fiercely tires another net-bound bullet. Below: Pain is no barrier to Indian Mark Heidrich's desire to get the ball. fMcElin, Allenj SEASON STANDINGS w L T VARSITY . . . . ll 4 0 JUNIOR VARSITY . . . 7 1 2 SOPHOMORE .................. 3 7 2 FRESHMAN ..... ............. 3 5 3 Varsity placed second in Suburban League and fourth in state. " at A if 'Q 1 dn ln 1 :MW ap., sziwefvrf Net gains ,f if :"VrP MW 5 Obviously upset with the action varsity coach John Schneiter protests 21 call. fWvi.s'.vj SEASON STANDINGS W VARSITY . . . . 6 Jumon VARSITY , . 3 SoPHoMoRE . . . ll FRESHMAN A . . . . . . . . . 7 FRESHMAN B ................. . 5 Varsity placed sixth in Suburban League. With an effort to out-maneuver his opponent. varsity forward Derek Kilimnik reaches for a bound on the offensive boards. fH0wickj Due to a lack of returning lcttermen, varsity basketball coach John Schneiter relied heavily on juniors to supply the team strength. Thus. it was a building year. with steady improvement shown throughout. Highlighting the season. New Trier came up with a strong team effort in beating highly-touted Evanston. Later. paced by seniors Brad Armbruster. .lefl Hoellerich. and Steve Nadherny. the team advanced to the regional finals of the state tournament. Despite unexpected support from the student body, the team record suffered from the scarcity of experienced sen- iors. And. according to Coach Schneiter. winning games is "often a question of experience," Next year, with six returning regulars. among them Mike Allen, John Castino, Jim Cassady. and Derek Kilimnik experience will be plentiful. The JV team fought determinedly in compiling a 3-9 record which the sophomores improved by leaps and bounds in achieving an ll-10 record. The freshman A and B teams compiled 7-5 and 5-7 records, respectively, brightening thc prospects for the future. fDirc'cmry.' page 2181 ,if J, 5 vs. N-dwvqzxk . , 1 W Q 'Y 4,11 i.J,5,-,XS 4k H Q SQ AQ '-T ig? ' ' f':17'ew- N . M Y? ??"'19" -W B iff fi! irsyyyb : f r uit 1 , ff. W MW f wat ,, . 'ilu-eff ,xg ,. E5 'wg vw fx ans-as 4 x " 'mv U' ? mgigfgfis in Q-4 I K--r hun, Swing in form The varsity gymnastics team still managed to show great improvement. though hindered by injuries early in the season. Under pressure. the young team was able to overcome Oak Park. long ranked one of the best teams in the state. Individual performances further demonstrated the team's ability, Seniors Rusty Eisenberg and Ford Culbert- son qualilied for the state meet. as did junior all-around eompetitor Tom Pearson, who had previously earned seeond place in the Suburban League Contest. Top per- formers such as Bob Loomis. Bruce Beiersdorf. and Eugene Sehopen should provide a strong foundation for next vear's varisty. in addition to sophomore standouts Tom Wanberg. Chuek Toombs. and Robert Swift. The freshman team also proved its potential for a bright future. flJir't'c'1or-v.' page 2141 .-1 lmwa ln seareh of some divine assistanee, varsity performer llom Pearson seeks help from above, l.z'!l: Coming in for .i two-point landing is gym- nastic superman Tim Deahl. fjlllrkllm luv Ix1'i1111Ht'l'1 Aga V E Q 2 2 5 3 Q S Z 5 4 2 r 2 2 1 I 1-at if ,,...ns-ov jf 1' Q .f v - A 4 ff E i la 'X Go for stroke .-, -nf" 'Y' '10 3' ' x ffflfl. ffwvlflifll AQ' tf'l3""""'5E "M . Q. 9 Pi.-v-v "' fn- 4,0 "' ,f .M ... M - J.. -gf-' NJ Iir A W . .Q 5 W 1 L+, 1 xii. Bti ,muwmsw . J , .hm wwe fi 2. 2 U 4 SEM Lic, . 4 x X Z Q W 64 , VM. I 33.2 ix, l 5' 2 B f' gm glkx i" 2 M C, 9,3 52? w.f', . .4- GL 'ic' fy y.. A ,gwgftgw 'Sv - ,,.'. W .- 'Q ' Q A 3 gm L, T N, Aw seQ ? "-A W if - Kg A Z as 0 Aww wfG5i4lHH A .iw . ,g , gf ,.,',.: 1 ' 1,-f -gswfvw-'f ff?-5 -gm - fmf.ff2- V Q ei? '+V SQ -'-' YE - wwf sv fem WF W5 fig5 figw is vs , A ,. . 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' 5' s Y ' 9 4 iv I I x 1 ' I . , -., , A' , - K Q V V 2 ,li 1 I m . o ,A , sf ' , V :F 2' 5 9 A S' . 7 1 ' A Ha fs A gg .J Q: AmAh W Q .K 9 will .iff L ,,g.u x V W 4, M 1 ,gg g 1 5 xy 1, hi. , ,wx K Q54 f , L 8 , 5 . ,L V I f if It ly .fri L ga i' YB 1 F oiling a bout After only four years of interscholastic competition, New Trier's rapidly improving fencing team placed seventh in the state meet, a performance overshadowed only by that of junior standout Mike McCahey, who captured top honors to become the state's number one foiler. Although their season record of 7-13 was relatively un- impressive, Coach John Mulliner's squad responded well under pressure. Senior co-captains Steve Robbins and Glenn Grieshaber turned in consistently hue performances in addition to helping a strong freshman-sophomore team. With a number of returning lettermen and another year of experience, next year promises to be even brighter. IDireCt0ry.' page 2201 1 -v' A N' ' ,. L. S., iw' ii '. :A w... J . A A N j' V , fi Q t. i bl. 'f'i' M' E 1 ....,,,,, x Y SEASON STANDINGS w L T VARSITY ............. 7 13 0 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE ........ 2 8 0 Varsity placed seventh in state. ms., Top: Mike McCahey displays the technique which enabled him to capture the state title. A lwvc: Lunging forward to execute a touch, varsity fencer Steve Rob- bins takes advantage of his opponent's mistake. fphoios by Snzargonj , 5, i xwmmwm 1. I M i Willi xiii iiniiximl lIliXIlII'C ul "N 'WI'lIlC YUICC 1l'NikiJiiL'llIL' Iilllf Sljfxsiyx ing. limi PUVIQIA aillciiiplx In puil hix cmiipcliliuii inlii ai W piuliciiniciil. f.S'11iiii-gun, VWWU - - A 2 .Ii xirm Yxkslix' , . U Siwiiuxiuizi . . I I-xiii siixixx ,... 2 Viiixili placed Iiflh in Suburbam Langue. F5 Ckmiiibining iincsxc with experience . vuixily gizipplci' Kcn Stcxuii' CLIPIIRIIIICN un lin ziniviiiilugc. f.S11n1fQuul1f f.Slll1ll'L'lIHI A grapple a day The wrestling team performed admirably in 1972 al- though their ranks were depleted by what Coach Jim Kruempelstaedter called a "lack of interest." Led by all-state candidates Ken Stewart and Mike Wijas, the team succumbed to a plethora of injuries and forfeits to compile a 2-9-1 record. Owing to a paucity of wrestlers. the team was forced to field only one man per weight category, and because of illness and injury they had to replace varsity wrestlers with inexperienced underclass- men. With fewer injuries. the season's record could have been .500. A line crop of sophomores and freshmen coupled with varsity returnees Wijas and Stewart hopefully will bring thc team back to full wrestling strength next season. fDirect0ry.' page 21711 A ., K . ,u mm,.'. . V at Putting his nose to the grindstone. freshman wrestler Ed Gonnoud tries to make mince-meat of his oppone nt. I Snnzrgon ,J Varsity wrestler Tom Saliwanchik has the upper hand as he takes down a Proviso man. lSmargonJ R If mx aaa.--qw IO6 Keeping pace "If we win the running events, then we'll be satisfied," said track coach Ben Almaguer at the outset of the 1972 outdoor season. And, after a moderately successful 4-3 indoor season that saw the thinclads finish third in the Suburban League, Coach Alamguer's squad was in excel- lent shape for a tough spring schedule. Though a pronounced thinness in the field events ham- pered the Indians, New Trier was able to place well on the strength of their runners. A field of trackmen headed by varsity performers Dennis McCann, Bill Ransone, Jack Sustman, and Scott Lucking helped carry the team to a successful season. The prospects for the future were brightened by Michael Cloud, Les Savit, Scott Palmer, and their teammates on the freshman-sophomore squad. fDirectory.' page 222 Q Far left: Straining but confi- dent, long jumper Brandon Pigott moves laterally to yet another superlative jump. Above Iefl: Breaking through the mist, varsity hurdler Jim Corboy confronts one of life's many obstacles. Left: With a big race looming in his mind, varsity trackman Pete Lane calmly considers his chances. fMcElin, Snzargon, Smargonj I07 Above: Pitcher Bob Roth. in his second season of varsity compe- tition, prepares to release all his energy in the direction of home plate. Right: Senior Pete McNitt. co-captain of the varsity baseball team. demonstrates style and concentration at first base, exemplifying his multi- talented performance. fflppelbaum, Weissl Diamonds are Forever VARSITY SOPHOMORE NTI1 OPP. NTE oPP. NTTQ ow. NTE OPP Nonua DAMTA. . . I 0 MoRToN EAST . . 5 7 NOTRH DAME 3 6 WAUKEC-AN . ll 4 Fomisr Vuiw , . 7 4 MCJRTON EAST . . 3 5 QTFSEAQICIEW PARK 3 3 OAK PARK ' ' ' 8 5 WAUKEGAN ' ' 6 0 HIGHLAND PA.RK 7 5 PRCLVISU EAST 4 3 OAK PARK - ' - 5 4 EVANSTON - - - 6 8 lWORTON EAST 7 3 Paoviso EAsT 8 2 H1oH1.ANu PARK . 4 3 HIGHLAND PARK . 7 4 NTORTUN EAST 3 5 Though plagued by the worst weather in years, the varsity baseball team churned out another exciting season. Spearheading the squad's balanced strength, talented and durable senior pitchers Bob Roth, Tom Nortrup, and Brad Nord adjusted admirably to the shortened rests between starts due to make-up games. At the plate, co-captains Lindsay Rice, Tom Harvey, and Pete McNitt, aided by juniors Mike O'Gara and Mark Friend, epitomized the sluggers. The JV team should supply line talent for next season. and the maturing Ponies, led by Danny Goodman, Jim Fox, and Dave Harvey, showed the depth of New Trier baseball. The freshman teams responded quickly and well to the pressure of interscholastic competition. The players honored Dr. Robert Roth with a special plaque in appreciation of the scoreboard he donated. fDirec't0ry.' page 2031 Alww: During an early season contest, members of the Forest View bench witness the powerful swing of Tom Harvey uneoil in perfect form, Righr: Varsity hurler John Castino. straining every sinew, muscles a fast ball past an opposing batter. fplzotos by Weissj 'Where Eagles Dare' After last year's championship performance, Coach Clint Carlstrom mustered all his forces to defend the Suburban League crown. However, as graduation thinned the ranks, Mr. Carlstrom was forced to field a young squad, consisting primarily of juniors Jamie Pfaff, Marc I ' 5 ,qi Giordano, and Don Sider. In this, a year of rebuilding, experience was especially important. But early in the season, when most work was needed, heavy rains and unexpected snow wracked the area, resulting in the cancellation of many practices. Only an enthusiastic determination rescued the linksmen. Tony Schinto's freshman-sophomore team boasted a fine roster while posting an admirable record. fDirect0ry.' page 2211 iii, ,wig .- k igtgft Lili? ' 'I- - 43.1. g . gy -,5f..i-g' - t.g?yg5,: A, ' K - 1.5 ' 5 Y f 5 x Above: During a cold practice round, star freshman Matt Casey unleashes a stroke that makes the most of a three-wood. Left: Beneath the shelter of teammate Chris Young's umbrella, golfer Jim Nagel reads the grain of the green. fphotos by Weissj The timing and determin- ation of varsity standout Steve Buerger render proof that 130 pounds can produce a blistering servia' 1,-Hlwzt Il2 45 -xv it Q3 ' 2 i is A M, " Q f ' Sv it . L23 5 fistsw 5' 2 is ,, W Courting success f . - , , ' R M. 'refs Despite losing senior star Rob Tesar with an ankle injury. New Trier's varsity tennis team remained a tightly knit unit in contention for the state championship. Captained by Steve Buerger. Coach Hughes Davis' squad was laden with talent. Ranking seniors Jim Ware and Glenn Golden joined outstanding sophomore Geoff Tabin to form the team's front-liners. Two strong juniors. Steve Pollock and Mike Lane. along with senior George Besant and sophomore Tom Buerger. completed the squads top eight. Coach Ed Kahler's freshman and sophomore netmen relied upon Mark Schneider, Scott Turban, and Dan Yeager in their defense of the Suburban League crown. fDirectory: page 224 2 VARSITY NTh oPP. MAINE SoU'rH . 7 0 MoRToN EAST . 5 0 HIGHLAND PARK . 1 4 OAK PARK . . . 2 3 EVANSTON . . . . 3 2 H1NsDALe CENTRA1, ...... 4 4 New Trier East placed first in Maine South Invita- tionaland first in New Trier East Quadrangular. Left: Varsity tennis coach Hughes Davis outlines strategy for an upcoming meet. Below left: The talented hands of freshman star Mark Schneider anxiously grip his racket as he prepares to return an oncoming serve. Below: Varsity performer Glenn Golden seems to be double-jointed as he serves up an ace. IAIIUI1, Allen, Mullanvyj Right: Forebodingly eyeing his opposition, fearless laxman Bob Potter begins his drive downfield. Far right: Brandishing his stick above a vanquished foe, Ron Gion completes a successful de- fensive maneuver. Below right: During a break from a demanding scrimmage, bathing beauty Ron Gion takes a breather. I photos by F otopoulosj They scoop to conquer Riding the crest of a new-found popularity, lacrosse boasted an all-time high of 81 boys at spring tryouts, pro- viding Coach James McFadzean with a wealth of talent from which to choose this year's team. Though 11 lettermen graduated from last year's squad, the Indians retained such standouts as defenseman Dirk Young, and midiielders Paul Jacobson and Rick Federico. The team also beneiited from an expanded schedule, bat- tling four Chicago area teams and two from Michigan. The tremendous tumout of freshmen and sophomores, sparked by the inclusion of lacrosse in the physical educa- tion curriculum, insured continued excellence of lacrosse at New Trier. fDirect0ry: page 2201 Ma, -wif., Eg :ik Eh Mar., 9-, Sgr. K 3' ., A 47x11-S-- 2, AA ,iq A. ' 11,-1.5 rgflfefffwyfff ,W A ,x 1 . .J iz. ', " Q, - 1.4 A in SHA I I' Q5 1 WN, N394-1 M " N . Y :wi vftrinr .V , V K KM Ak,.,, 1 J Q 'fy v ""'.. ' A , x f'-K' Y lx. ., .x 1, .-Q., 7- -. . .'.-. aff. 'ff 4, f'fA ." .'-' ' Q..-Ln. .. - QM, ,' I -V ,Q W A . . - x . V 5 is . 1 s? ' -jx l. Ev: 'LN ff ::.'g. . , , evlll V .fg , A 7 1 fa K' . :iff 'M ,-x ' ' 2- M, if fhg - , -Q 'x,,3,,Jg .A I-dw '. .. v flvf- u . . W . s - ' 1 ' x "' '. 16, P1 . , M . , , . X . , ,- ., . Q ., 4, .V x. f- x M. . . .'r,'L.- -,xx L K. f v .4 W As 9 Mufti' 4 ,,Xv5xu .VM r h.,vN K. 5' Mft hA..z,.. I ,q , wr . 5 il' .M -fy" ,lf--. , .4. W. -- :Nw 'L 'mg ' , K , 2LflA"if1f""' 'fy fsft-gy',,' fits sp 5. ' ' nf ms ,fax Ks. A -ff,-4--'N' ff , M M v- ,. M .1 K Q A X 55,3 ww -.. - t Q fi? jx Q 'K l , vs My Q:- .. . V 5'1 z9 KMQA3 "" XQn'.r Tm J' f gm 13' ,, .12 ,ff 5 91,3,.,.-, - ,gixrix I uf, ty A -ex 1 ,..' . nn' 4.4, X. - , , Q., ...wggil ,.q. V , 1 ' rf? X ,ff 5 N 'gm MK- ff ll' 11. fag 9' , ima N Ig gggmffg sv -fi 'K Body politic H A A II6 f Geocaris J fSllIdI'g0lIj Beginning with the success of the Freshman Play Day, t'Pick-a-Sport, Any Sportj, the Girls' Athletic Association enjoyed an overwhelming increase in participation. Pres- ident Carol Wanberg said that "GAA has been greater than ever this year because more girls have found that they donit need to be super-stars to enjoy the activities offered." GAA expanded weekly activities in dance, swimming, and hockey and also offered special events including the Dance Concert, the Water Ballet, and the Daddy Daughter Gym Jam. GAA Board enlarged the scope of its interests to include Christmas projects for children of American soldiers and for the Tuberculosis Society. IDirect0ry.' pages 228-2292 Above: As two other gymnasts gaze in admiration, Sue VanBaerle displays her limber talents. Left: GAA provides participants with a chance to express them- selves through the movement of dance. Far left: Winc- ing at the prospect of a relay race, Cheryl Lee partici- pates in the GAA freshman demonstration. fGeocaris, Smargon, Smargonj I Weiss j I A ppelbaum j Sports of all sorts lnnovating programs and refining the old, the Intra- mural board moved to attain the maximum of student in- volvement. Activities outside of school, including golf and bowling, enjoyed increased participation while hand- ball, a perennial favorite, continued to attract students in large numbers. In further endeavor to encourage student involvement, IM devised a new point system allowing groups of stu- dents to organize teams outside of their adviser rooms. This flexible point system enabled students more readily to compete in team sports. The Intramural organization did, however, find a lack of students willing to operate the program. Fortunately, the slack was picked up by such loyal supporters as Rick Stiles, IM's most prolific referee. According to president Bob Reid, IM is a changing organization. 'tln factj, he said, HIM must adapt its program to sustain students, interest." fDirect0ry: page 225 2 Startled by the vicious onslaught of rusher Rick Stiles, IM enthusiast and math teacher Richard Rhoad treads a treacherous domain. fWeiss1 l Q i I f Weiss 1 Good sports Students having more athletic capabilities than others were willing to give their time and aid to others. For 36 years, the New Trier Guard has served New Trier and the North Shore with student leadership in the swimming pool. This year 120 students served on the Guard under the leadership of Head Guards .lelf Hillebrand and Barb Husum. The Guard assisted with gym class swimming. the life saving program, and the huge grammar school learn-to-swim-program. Gym leaders also had the patience, skill. and time to help other students during class and after school. Their etlorts were directed to helping perfect individual skills ol' others as well as improving their own skills through practice and instruction. lIJirec'fory.' page 2261 fH0wiCki 6' fGUof'ari.vj 3 ' rsh, 51 Q, gg- s' 5d4Qg'.H Lis V is wife, , 'WV' J --tt Mi. if L f X ,V t,., T ,. , f'Ml'E1ill1 Seniors ............. Administration 81 faculty Underclassmen .......... leadership Xi service ....., Performing arts .............. Communications .............. Athletics ......... Patrons ........... Index .......... The Class of 1972 if ANDY CHAPMAN STEVE JONES Furs F,xRR1s PAUL SOBOTKA President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Z Q QL 11 W wfxm if ,Wk x"Q"IyK 'Q A 5 Q 330 s. J, ri 'Frm 31-53 1' 1 Q ., , -z, A. .,"' ,-53355: :- ' Q, - f' A,l,.?15,ii 't5k.f.,. Q -'ff' ' ff - -'5 ' .' 4, fi-1-2 - f ... ., .fg-:mfs-115, , x sr -.5 3 i..1..Z Z-' . 1 5- f"'f"q' " "Is 5.4-.3 ig, 5 iv fx, 5 '- :v,,,,. ,--1, -.ilf2"T V1 W :L x iw 'ff' 2 1'-1"--wt . .. . ,- - Sk gf lam ., Q: . fx '14 ,-53' Q. 4 Q11-14 A-fu. '- ' xg.: .Q pf:--1.4, -.- "Q Q ' '-ffu2!7:S'7'. I " 7 fig Q' 2""s1fl'5'?5ff'-iilavsfif 9 y ' e, f, ass! 5 Zwkwi' . 'wrotein 9. ra-Q5 ' QQ! 4 N David Seth Abbott Amy Abrams Rob Acker Anne S. Ackermann Robert H. Aki Brian Andrew Aldridge Ginna Allen Jennifer Allen Robert W. Allen Jr. Lynn Carol Almgren Helen C. Anderson Liz Anderson Susan Leslie Anderson Timothy R. Anderson John Stuart Andruss Jeffrey C. Angell George John Annes Bradford Armbrustcr Joan M. Ashley Robert Atkinson Peer E. Baekgaard Jr. Jackie Baere Cathy L. Bagg Cathleen M. Bain Karen Jean Banach Franca Maria Barchiesi Steven H. Bard Katherine Barnes Althea A. Bartlett Paul W. Baumann Deborah Baur John R. Baylor Caren L. Beattie James R. Beck Robin Becker f y . i b.Z,,:b. i t '57 Ginny Beebe Schuyler Beezley Debbie Below Dena Belzer Gary F. Benedict Sara Bennett James M. Benson Lisa Lynn Bemstein Robert H. Bernstein George Besant Marilyn Sue Beskin David J. Biderman Hillary W. Bischolf Susan Elizabeth Blackwell Debra Ann Blanchard Susan Gail Blankenship David F. Blossom Joanne C. Blumberg .lohn E. Bode James C. Bogie Brenda E. Bonnell Virginia C. Boone Brian R. Bowes Leslie Dee Boyer Kathy Braband William T. Brackett Michael H. Brandt Sally Brandt Richard J. Braudo Richard S. Brent Patricia Denise Bro Henry P. Brooks Christopher M. Brown Geoffrey Cooke Brown J. Victor Bryant Harold W Calhoun Patricia B Calhoun Mary Callahan John C. Cameron Michael J. Carlin Mark Ford Carlson Michael L Carney Virginia Ann Carpenter Jim Carton Brian D. Casey Constance J. Casterline Tom .lohn Castino Sandra M. Catlin Pamela Sue Cederberg Mimi I. Chamberlain Andrew H. Chapman Robert E. Chatel Jane Cheslow Bruce B. Chien John Childs Laura Bryant Mark H. Buckingham Steven Michael Buckner Stephen C. Buerger Scott Bunting Paul R. Burge Susan Burlingham Cindy Burns Kathryn S. Burrous Randolph H. Burton Peter M. Butterfield John Paul Buzard Lisa Anne Cahn Charlotte Margarette Cain Wendy Jean Caldwell John P. Chimoures J. Darch Clampitt Allen Nickerson Clapp Champ Clark Donald C. Clark John William Clark John Clarkson Constance Clay Richard J. Coffee ll James C. Cohen Mark Bernard Cohen Heidi Muriel Cohrs Marilyn J. Colby David Colwell Carol Anne Condrin Philip M. Connley Roger P. Conrad Steven L. Conterio Joan M. Converse Walter R. Cook William Sydney Cook John D. Cornell Gino J. Corra ll Constance E. Correa Margaret A. Corrigan Dan Couper Joyce M. Cox Martha Cox Colleen M. Coyle Robert B. Crane Jr. Stephen P. Creagh Michael D. Croak Dan M. Crone Anne Catherine Crosbv Dan S. C ross Patricia Ann Crown Ford T. Culbertson Lisa Margaret Culp Lynn Rogers Culver Carole A. Cunningham Casey Keith Raymond Cutler David P. Cutler P. Suzanne H. Dallmeyer Richard J. Danstrom Jennifer A. Davenport Scott Lawrence David Barbara Davis Elizabeth A. Davis Nancy E. Deahl Timothy E. Deahl Randall Scott Dearborn Barbara Delaney Ouinn Delaney llham Deloomy Scott Eastman Denson Emily E. Deraismes Barbara Jeanne Dhein Julia Diaz-Yanes Deirdra Winder Didriksen Cornelia N. Diehl Lisa A. Dietmeier Amy Clair Dillon Bruce E. Doctor Claire M. Doerschuk Diane Denise Doherty Karen N. Dorrer Ruth Dover Kevin C. Downing Kevin Charles Doyle William R. Drake IZ6 Jacqueline Dreiske Deborah Jean Drew Pamela Jean Drew Mimi Drewry Leigh W. Droege Sally Drucker Karen F. Dunn Susan H. Dunnell Lynne L. Duquette David J. Eagan Gregory G. Eaton James V. Eberle Christopher C. Eckert Maura L. Eckert James H. Eckhouse Holly Edwards Paul Egan Shelly Lynn Eichner Russell S. Eisenberg Nancy Ellington Laurel J. Ellis Steve Etheridge Ernest W. Eversz Malcolm D. Ewen Julie Ann Ewing Hudson Randolph Fair Robert P. Fairman Jr. Rebecca Fajerstein Barbara S. Farrar Faye Diane Farris Mark E. Fausel .lohn H. Fawley Richard L. Federico Lynn A. Felton Michael J. Ferretti Eleanor Susan Finney Anne Fisher Brian T. Flannery Mary Flatley Tina Folk Sara M. Follin Steven R. Ford Peter J. Fotopoulos Cheryl Fox Virginia L. Fox X - -rxe s L . . F it X ' . Alessandro S. Franchini Peter J. Franco Denise L. Frank Susan Frankel Anne Louise Freda Kimo Freeark Alice Freeman Mark Freeman Heidi Fremont Bruce B. Freud Kathy Fridstein Marla E. Friedman Michlel H Friedman Barry R. Frielield John W. Fritz James P. Fuerstenberg Catherine A. Fuhrman Charles D. Fuller Linda D. Fuller Peter L, Fullerton Richard A. Funari Mary S. Furo James Eric Gadient Marcia Anne Gellar Constance Anne Geocaris Kathleen Gerlits Nancy Scott Gerrie Thomas J. Gibson Marnie Gielow Theodore Gill William P. Glaser Gary Michael Glenn Lorna Bee Gless Lauren M. Goessling Gary L. Goldblatt Glenn Golden Kit Goodfriend Stetlie Goodman Stuart J. Goodpasture Dorothy Anne Goodsmith Stephen D. Goose Andrea M. Gordon Cathie Gordon Robert Gordon William R. Goss Gabrielle Stephanie Gottschalk Kenneth L. Gould Gary R. Granstrom Susan Grant Allan J. Granum James Weldon Gray Jennifer Ann Gray Sara E. Green Ann E. Gregory I29 Glenn H. Grieshaher Joseph Grillin Pamela L. Gross Karen A. Grossweiner Jane H. Guclich William B. Guidarelli Richard M. Gulbrandsen Bruce A. Gustafson ll Glenn Gutnayer Joanna Guyton Betsy Ann Haas Jonathan L. Hass Thomas M. Haas J. Thomas Hackett William Y. Hamilton K xthleen Church Hammond Christine Hanlon John P, Hanna Tom Hanson Ruth P. Hardee David D. Harned Nancy Jane Harney Candy Kim Harris Nancy Kay Harris Bernard J. Harrold Wendelin Holly Harston Kathryn Hart Clay Harter Thomas J. Harvey Ellen Taylor Harwich Joan Marie Hassenauer Steven L. Hassenauer Charis E. Hathaway Nina Louise Heagstedt Michael W. Healy Nancy Healy Robin Hebel Bruce R. Heida Gareth W. Hendrixson R. Alan Henn Michael R. Herman Kimberlee S. Herold Daniel Y. Herrmann Anne Wood Hewett John G. Hilarides Jeffrey Henry Hillebrand David Leslie Hines Jelfrcy H. Hines Jonathan Hirsh Ruth Marie Hoberg Bonnie G. Hoeger Susan Lynn Hoell Jeffrey A. Hoellerich Richard D. Holfman Daniel E. Holleb -Q . 935' W ai' Barbara M. Husum Elizabeth Brooks Hutchison Steven R. lnman Elizabeth A. Irwin Nancy Jack Henry R. S. Jackson Jon S. Jacobson Nancy L. Jacobson Paul F. Jacobson Irene Ruth Japha Betsy Jenkins John M. Jennett William J. Jennings Bruce Alan Johnson Candace L. Johnson Janeen L. Johnson Judith K. Johnson Lois Marie Johnson Martha Ann Johnson William James Johnson Jr. 9 Mary Ann Hopkins Charles Horn Lawrence J. Horn Karen L. Horwitz Mitchell Wolf Horwitz Peter C. Hosbein Howell H. Howard Andrew R. Howick Deborah S. Howland Carolyn Hoyt Leslie Ann Hubbell Cindy Huff Margie Hulbert Kevin B. Hurley Terence M. Hurley 'I' Stephen S. Jones Constance F. Jordan Barbara A. Jorgensen Debra Ann Joseph Margaret Agnes Judge Kenneth Scott Kaden Laurie J. Kahn Kerry J. Kanaley Cynthia A. Kao Diane Karp John Rodgers Kaseberg Judith Ann Katz Steven L. Katz Jeanette D. Kauf Barbara Joan Kauffman John B. Keller Kevin Kelley Brian R. Kelly Lisa Kelley Thomas V. Kelly Constance Daria Kemmerer Thomas P. Kerr Kathy Keys Robert S. Kirby Anthia Kirk Nancy J. Klaiber Margaret A. Kmieciak Elizabeth B. Knight K. P. Koch Paul R. Koeller Jan C. Kohler Roy A. Kolstad Grant Charles Kominek Deborah A. Kopp John M. Krause Katherine D. Kuehn Chrisanne Kuenzel David Kuhn Deborah Hunt Kuhnen John E. Kujawa C. Kent Kwoh Peter R. Lane Gerald A. Lanus Mary C. LaPat James Michael Lapp Carolyn Gay Larson Jerald H. Lasky Susan H. Lau Janet H. Lawton Faedra Jean Lazar Heidi Ann Lazar Lora J. Lee Susan M. Lee Michael J. Leonard Brigitte Lespinasse Todd Leverentz Janet Ellen Levine John Malin Lewis Kathryn Blue Lewis Daniel D. Lilienfeld Casey J. Linden Patrick C. Linden Lars Lindskog R. Bruce Linn Janet Lipshultz Julia Littell Bradley C. Livezey af t. w....,,. Mark Lodge Helen C. Long Philip Blaine Loudin Glenda Jean Lowe Teri Lowenstein Allen D. Luckett Scott C. Lucking Kathy Lynch Todd J. Lyon John P. Mack Kathleen Norine Mack Robin Mack Robin Gayle Magee Nancy A. Mals Linda Mandel Lynn Denise Manierre Jalaine Ann Manker Joan C. Manning Peter N. Mannos William Lawrence Jude Maranda Roger H. Marsh Barbara Anne Martin Claudia Martin Hugh McCurdy Martin Scott Martin John A. Maselli Karen P. Mason Katherine D. Mason Martha E. Mather Ben Ross Matthews Christopher Matthews John S. Mayer Peter J. McAuliffe Gary McCabe Michael L. McCafferty Pete McNitt Maggie McWeeny Walt Mead Karen L. Meardy Robert H. Meeder Sarah Catherine Megan Michael E. Meier Nancy Jill Meier Helen P. Meister Philip E. Mella Richard L. Merrell Jeffrey R. Mesirow Gary Midday Mark W. Milburn Bruce J. Miller Bruce Rod Miller Dennis J. McCann Michael F. McCarren Michael P. McCarthy Mary Kathleen McCaughey Ayn C. McClain Neil Ray McCleary Mona M. McGeever John Devroe McIntyre Anne L. K. McKissick Patrick B. McNally Julia Ann 'Miller Russell Miller John Richard Millikin Martha L. Minow Maureen A. Mitchel Keith S. Mitchell Leslie Anne Mitchell Margaret Jane Mitchell Maureen A. Mitchell Thomas R. Mitchell 'Q'-' ! Katherine J. Moddrell Donald W. Moffett Jane A. Moore Robert Devere Moore Richard H. Moritz Anita E. Morris Anne Lindsey Morris Daniel Gregory Morris John M. Morris Robert W. Morrow Janeth Ann Mosher Ruth Moss Brian D. Murphy Steve Nadherny Mark R. Neiweem Carol Nemerovski Michael I. Nerenberg Holly Anne Neuman Charles G. Newcomb Mary Elizabeth Neylan Margie Nichols George T. Nicholson Jr. Scott T. Nierman Christopher C. Nolan Carol A. Norcross Jamie Nord Thomas Nortrup Patricia A. Oakley Mark G. OlConnell Maureen E. O'Gara Thomas R. O'Hara J effery Lloyd Oliver Teresa Mariye Omachi Judith Ann Oppel Gina Orgler Kyle Osburn Tom Owens Rebecca Kiel Panas Dwight Parcell Keven J. Parcell John F. Parmer Doretha Parrott W. Steven Parsch Russell Pear Joyce Lynne Pearson Harriet J. Peck Steve Pendleton J elfrey F. Penney William Michael Perry David S. Peters Christian C. Petersen J . , . -f 1.- V ' 'gif W ' 4 .. , - -..-.gg ies ' J ..f'1'r ' L ' 'ffl . A ff 4 ' , Q, 5. i ...Sm ,. , ' , as - - -fr . - 1 gsmlfi. mei- A t L ' Q v'.1'5-Q11 M959-'IT' 3 -4 . 56' 42" l Donna L. Peterson Grant Mark Peterson Robert A. Petrillo Jeffery S. Pettersen Roger Petty Marcia Ann Peyton Mary U. Phemister Michael J. Phillips Lisa R. Pieper Brian Pierson Elizabeth N. Pierson David M. Pinkowski Brian D. Piper Christine A. Plochman Steven Pokrass Steven N. Polydoris Edward King Poor Judson L. Porter Jr. Barbara A. Pottagc Patricia L. Price Richard T. Quinn Jane Ramsey Lisa Anne Rance Paula Rance John K. Randle Mark W. Randolph P. Rhys Rankin William Hevelock Ransone ll Katherine A. Rashman Richard O. Rashman Paula J. Rasmussen Margie Raymond Donna G. Redman William R. Rees Marc D. Reeves Glen Reichelderfer William M. Reichert Randee Rcichman Bob Reid James Francis Rennolds Tracy Rentner Ruth-Ann Rest Jane F. Reynolds Patricia Ann Reynolds Gregory M. Rice Lindsay J. Rice Patrick M. Rice Michael W. Richmond Robert Lee Ricketts Jr. Samuel S. Rissman Rorik S. Rivenburgh Joan E. Robbins Martin L. Robbins Steve W. Robbins Mark B. Roberts Cameron M. Robinson Patricia A. Robinson Paul Richard Rocklin Kathryn Rodgers LuAnn Rodi Paula B. Rogers Richard R. Rohn Richard M. Rollins Wendie L. Rose Bennett J. Rosenthal Sharon Beth Rosenzweig Robert R. Roth II Douglas M. Rothrock Bruce Rothschild Bruce A. Rotter James L. Rubens Renee Caryl Rubin Ingrid S. Ruegsegger Martin D. Sale John White Sampson Jr. Stacey A. Samuels Bruce A. Sanbom Sidney M. Sanders Susan S. Sanders Nancy J. Savitt Kathleen M. Schaack Nancy Ann Schelhas Gail H. Schewitz James A. Scheyer Maribeth Schmit Deborah R. Schnagl Charlene Schneider Ernest F. Schultz David O. Schulz Barbara J. Schwietert B. Neal Singer Michael P. Singsen Diane Marie Skaja John M. Skalla Lynn Skillman Linda Edith Slaght Stephen Sloan Deborah Sue Smith Loni Smith Marcia Ellen Smith Peter Baldwin Smith Scott H. Smith Stanford B. Smith William George Smith Suzy Snyder Nancy B. Sobel Paul A. Sobotka Michael Apter Solomon Randall C. Sorenson Charles Nicholas Spates S" Elizabeth Jane Scollay Carl Shapiro David B. Shapiro Kenneth S. Shapiro Matthew Daniel Shapiro Warren D. Shaw Mary Elizabeth Sheehan Cathy J. Sheldon Bob Sherman Karen L. Sidney Mary Rose Sievers Deborah Yvette Sillman Sanford M. Sillman Patricia A. Simon David S. Sindorf Anne Bernadette Specht Bruce David Spiess Laurie Spivack Thomas E. Spriggs Richard Lyle Staller Jon M. Stanford David Lawrence Steffen Thomas R. Stellens Joanne P. Steiger Barbara Jean Stein David L. Stein Janet Serena Steiner Susan P. Sternberg Paula Anne Stewart Judith H. Stiles Kathleen Anne Stiritz Marc Bennett Stone Marsha Stout Nicholas R. Stover Robert Louis Striebel Jr. Jeffrey D. Stringer Thomas M. Strunk James B. Stucker J. Van Stults Ellen Mary Sullivan Margaret Teresa Sullivan Stuart D. Summers Richard L. Suslick Richard J. Sweitzer Stephen H. Swift Clifford J. Tabin Michael D. Tager Kazuko Tanaka Ian A. Taylor Dana M. Telft Holly Templeton Robert A. Tesar James A. Thalmann Christie Thiele Susan L. Thomas Amy R. Thornton Andrea Kay Thorp Nancy Jean Thorsen Barbara Thurlow William J. Tisch Joan Todhunter Scott R. Tomlin Lori L. Tomlinson Michael L. Toombs Leslie Towle Susan Carol Towne Patricia Ann Trainor Ann T. Treacy Jeffrey R. Trux Ellen Tubbs Terry L. Turban William Tweit Paula M. Twilling Kathi Lee Umans Kirk E. Vanbaerle Robert VanCleave Russell P. van Elk Christine H. VanHulle Julie Ann VanZevern Pamela A. Varchetto Jill Wyler Verlander Kathrine Voigts Vicki Vorreiter Chris Wagner Janie E. Wahlund Sara Waldstein Frederick M. Wall Carol Anne Wanberg Colleen A. Ward James W. Ware Lisa Warren Cynthia J. Watkins Lyn P. Watson Robert D. Watson Julie A. Watts Kenneth Weaver Rachel Starr Weber Lydia F. Webster Brian D. Weil Richard G. Weinberg Nancy J. Weinbrenner Mark W. Weisbard Deborah A. Weiss Laura T. Weiss Eric Thompson Welch J eifrey R. Wells David A. Westfall Jane L. Wexler Denise Aileen White Kenneth Hunter White Nancy White Vickie Clandis Hampton White Thomas C. Whiting Shirlie A. Whitt Deborah Ann Wijas Bryan W. Wilder Paula Wilhoite Charles E. Wilkins Becky Williams Bonnie L. Williams Diane Alesia Wills Hollis M. Wilson Randall C. Wilson Gary M. Wirtshafter Lauren Jill Witcoff Debra A. Wittenberg Lauren B. Wolan Janet L. Wolf John J. Wolfe Christine E. Wolff Nancy L. Wolfson Chris A. Wood Edmund C. Woodbury Katherine Woods Marian Woollington Richard D. Worsek Kate Wright Michael William Wright II Roger W. Wright Bradford M. Wye David Wyman Judith M. Yablong Gina Joy Yellin Richard Lloyd Yohe Jr. Shoji Yoshimi Adrienne E. Young Dirk D. Young Margaret Jean Young Laurie R. Zacharias Laura Zanzucchi Cristopher Zeitz Peter F. Zollo Denise Diane Zoros SENIOR CiIRl.S' ADVISERSQ- FIRST ROW: Mrs. Anderson. Mrs. Rosen. Miss Donnell. Mis. Van Alyezl. Mrs. Marcus. Mrs. Zeigler. Mrs. Robinson. SFC- OND: Mrs. Lcnurd lChn1n.l. Miss Daniels. Mrs. Green. Mrs. Welch. Miss Pclcrson. Miss Frazier. Miss lNlorrmx. Mrs, Bosshurt. .,XBSEN'l': Mrs. Rus mani. SENIOR BOYS' .-XDVlSERS-- FIRST ROVV: Mr. Applehuurn. Mr. Wnlrl. Mr, Bosshurl, Nlr. Fly. Mr. Hirsch. Mr. Rlmud. SECOND: Mr. Scvcrns 1Chnm.l. Mr. Burelicld. Mr, Osciirson. Mr. Ledinsky. Mr. Murphy. Mr. For- rer. Mr, Koser, ABSENI: Nlr. Ackerman. Mr. BIIFIINILIC. Nlr. Schinlo. SENIOR STEERING COM- MITTEE-FIRST ROW: Rock- lin. Friedman. Bard. Mack, Webster. Finney. Judge. SEC- OND: Mrs. Lenzxrd. Farris, Jones. Chapman. Rest. Clark, Gerrie. Ramsey. THIRD: Mr. Severns. Belzcr. Cox. Kadcn. Miller. Corrigan. Jenkins. Katz Norcross. Doherty. AHSENI' Callahan. Fzmlcy. t Q X NATIONAL MERIT FINALISTS-FIRST ROW: Calhoun. Golden. Verlander. Chien. Solomon. Matthews. F. Iazar. H. Lazar. SECOND: Tweit, Reichert. Danstrom. Stone. Cheslow. Shapiro, Lee. Luckett. Doctor. ABSENT: Gerrie. Sillmztn. A A .L L NATIONAL MERIT LETTER OF COMMENDATION-FIRST ROW: Snyder. Goose. Corrigan. Webster. Jenkins. Grossweiner. Abrams, Hanlon, Minow. Mitchell. Becker. SECOND: Shaprio, Caldwell, Yellin, Friedman, Manning, Osburn, Cox. Goodsmith, Droege, Gordon. THIRD: Nicholson. Tisch, Drake, Eckert, Davenport, Norcross, Brown. Worsek, Coffee. McCarren. Doerschuk. Cox. FOURTH: Weaver, Tabin. Chapman. Fuller. Smith, Watson, Sobotka, Clarkson. Acker, Maselli. Howard. ABSENT: Braudo. Broeck, Cook, Eckhouse, Horn, Jacobson. Mase, Perry. Randolph. Reeves, Stenquist. Tomlin. VanAmerongen. Wittshafter. WENDELIN HARSTON Finalist-National Merit Achievement Scholarship ...-...Q MR. Rumi G. iNfCfVillQ. Principal MR. ERXNIN A. Wi.iNu,tRTNER MR. KENNHH L. DR. Roni.RT W. JEWHL Director Student Services WELLINGIRON Administrative Dean of Students Superintendent lN1R. Duum XY. Gtfstufsox Director Operating Services MRS. ill.-XRY Im iN1CCilJlRI', Director Instructional Sei-xices BOARD OF EDUCATION iFIRS'I ROW: Mrs. Ed- ward Hoffman, Mrs. William A. Boone. Mrs. Hulburd Wampleri SECOND: Mr. Peter 'l"odhunter. Mr. Scy- mour l . Gale. Mr. M. Stun- Iey Hughey. Mr. l.ttwrence W. iiougler. DR. S. FR.tNc'is f,Vl.RI..XN Superintendent tAc1ingJ Administration Q Q me H--Ain DR. Wuiitmi H. CORNOK Superintendent i .+- S .. i L ...s....4.. . Administrative staff I50 GEORGE R. BABIGIAN Director Administrative Services ERNEST F. GIARELLI Director Facility Services WILLIAM G. PARSCH Assoc. Dir. Operating Research and Development THOMAS TIMMIS Director Personnel Services RICHARD A. DIENI-IART Co-Director ITV R. DENNIS FRASER Co-Director ITV ROBERT T. GOBER Attendance Officer ROBERT E. LARSEN Manager Procurement and Transport Services MRS. RUTH T. SCOBIE Acting Director Information Services MISS LOUISE HOLZINGER Registrar WILLARIJ G. RUDIGER Chairman Guidance Services J. WILLIAM GANNAWAY Career Guidance MRS. DONNA J. ORCUTT Career Guidance B. RANDOLPH PITTS Career Guidance MRS. SUE J. LENARD Senior Girls' Adviser Chairman HAROLD R. SEVERNS Senior Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. DOROTHY J. GWYNN Junior Girls' Adviser Chairman ROBERT L. GOULD Junior Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. VIRGINIA K. JOBST Sophomore Girls' Adviser Chairman LEONARD C. SCHWEITZER Sophomore Boys' Adviser Chairman MISS BLANCHE M. VEACH Freshman Girls' Adviser Chairman LAWRENCE C. IRWIN Freshman Boys' Adviser Chairman MRS. MARY L. GLEASON Bookstore Supervisor CARI, LUNDQUIST Director of Testing ROBERT L. PRUITT Cafeteria Manager DON W. MCBRIDE Psychologist CHARLES A. KLINGSPORN Manager Computer Services MRS. LOUISE C, GOR1N Manager Accounting Services Department heads RICHARD J. BALDRINI Boys' Physical Education JAMES A. WOLTER Special Education CActingJ CLINTON E. CARLSTROM Technical Arts ROBERT E. KUENNEN Art CARI. W. CLADER Science DAVID A. DICKMAN Social Studies MISS WINIFRED N. GAHAGAN Speech and Drama PAUL C, GOODRJCH Business Education RICHARD F, HANGREN School Social Work GORDON W. JENSEN Modern Languages MISS DOROTHY A. JOHNSON Library RODNEY J. LEVERENTZ Mathematics JOHN H. MULLINER Reading LEO H. NEUMAN Driver Education MISS EVELYN W. PATTERSON Classics WILLIAM J. PETERMAN Performing Arts MRS. PEGGY W. PINK English MRS. BETTY G. QUICK Home Economics MISS GERALDINE A. RYBERG Girls' Physical Education MRS. GENEVIEVE SAVAGE Health Service HERMAN J. SCHILLEREFF Director of Athletics Facult and staff MISS LINDA G. ABADI Special Education STANLEY M. ACKERMAN Music BENJAMIN G. ALMAGUER Spanish MRS. GERTRUDE W. ALTER Office Staff MRS. CAREY J. MESTJIAN Girls' Physical Education MRS. AIMEE P. ANDERSON Cafeteria Bookkeeper MISS FRANCES J. ANDERSON Music MRS. JANE B. ANDERSON Latin WOODRUFF R. ANGST Science ROBERT L. ANTUS English MRS. FRANCES B. APATOFE Paraprofessional ROBERT S. APPLEBAUM Chemistry MICHAEL A. BAKER Business Education HENRY S. BANGSER Social Studies MORRIS BAREFIELII Mathematics FREDERICK A. BARNEY Boys' Physical Education WESLEY A. BAUMANN Biology MISS BONNIE L. BEACH Girls' Physical Education MRS. KATHERINE J. BEAL English MRS. ELIZABETH G. BEANE Library ROBERT B. BELL Chemistry JAMES A. BELLANCA English JOHN J. BENSON Mathematics MRS. NAOMA W. BOSSHART English ROBERT F. BOSSHART Mathematics ROBERT R. BOYLE English MISS MARJORIE BREDEHORN Social Studies WILLARD BRUHN Manager of Facility Services MISS RUTH M. BULLOCK Library MRS. ESTI-IER BURNS Social Studies PETER W. BURNSIDE Boys' Physical Education ARNOLD N, CAJET Driver Education MRS. SILVIA D. CALESINI Modern Languages MRS. BEVERLY CARLSTROINI Omce Staff MISS GLORIA CASELLA Art MRS. LOIS F. CHRISTIAN Library MRS. ELIZABETH C. CHRISTOPH ITV Office Manager EUGENE CICHOWSKI Boys' Physical Education MRS. GERALDINE B. CLADER English GARY E. CLARK Boys' Physical Education Miss PHYLLIS CLENDENING Music EVERETT L. COMPTON Physics MRS. TERRY J. COOK Special Education RICHARD P. COXON Technical Arts MRS. BETTY CREEK Assistant, Information Services Miss LAURA M. DANIELS Chemistry W. HUGHES DAVIS Social Studies A1155 NIARY T. DEIGNAN Special Education MISS KATHLEEN M. DEMPSEY French GERALD M. DESK Boys' Physical Education MRS. JULIA M. DENK Ofiice Staff FRANCOIS A. DESCHAMPS Art MRS. BARBARA H. DICKERSON Art MISS MARY EVELYN DONNELL Mathematics MRS. ELIZABETH DOSCHER Office Staff MISS MARTHA L. DRAKE Girls' Physical Education DR. HELEN R. DUDA Latin MRS. LORRAINE M. DULIN Spanish MISS LESLIE M. EDMONDS Paraprofessional MISS CATHERINE E. EDWARDS English MRS. PATRICIA ELLIOTT Office Staff MISS SANDRA L. ENGSTROM Mathematics MRS. lWIGNON ESAREY Office Staff MELVIN E. EVERIY Biology MRS. RUTH W. EVVING Mathematics MRS. DONNA FEELEY Oliice Staff WILLIAM N. FELT Art WILLIAM R. FLY Driver Education MRS. VIRGINIA K. FORBIS Girls' Physical Education TIIKIMAS E. FORRER Latin JAMES J. FOSTER Instructional Television LEON FOUGNIES Speech, Drama MISS VIVIAN A. FRAZIER Girls' Physical Education NORMAN L. FREY English ROIIIART V. FRONTIER Art .loIIN W. GAHALA Spanish THOMAS J. GARDEN Special Education MRS. CAROL B. GILL Head of Theater Production FRANKLIN I. GILL Theater Production Technical Director MRS. ELIZAIILTH S. GoET11IaR Office Staff MRS. BARBARA J, GoI.DBERo AI MRS. SHIRLEY GOLDSMITH Speech Therapist MRS. ADELE K. GOODKIND School Social Work MRS. RUTH S. GRAF Social Studies MRS. ALICE L. GREEN English MRS. KAROL GREESON Business Education WILLIAM P. GREGORY English MISS JUDITH H. GROW Art DEAN D. HALL Social Studies STEPHEN C. HAM Latin MISS JANET M. HARRIS Modern Languages MRS. SUZANNE M. HARVEY Special Education MRS. JUDITH O. HAYES Classics BERNARD Q. HAYToN Director, Media LYLE E. HENDERSON Social Studies MRS. MARGARET L. HENDERSON OlTice Staff MRS. ESTELLE J. KAPHEIM Oiflice Staff MISS ELAINE M. KEHM Mathematics MRS. GAIL G. KEITH Spanish MRS. HELEN KELLY Modern Languages MRS. MARILYN V. KEMP English MISS BETTY J. KING Girls' Physical Education JOHN N. KING Business Education MISS JEAN P. KIXMILLER Social Studies RONALD T. KLEIN Driver Education MRS. WENDY K. KLEIN Social Studies MRS. BIANCA KOI-ILENRRENER Social Studies WILLIAM J. KOSER Special Education MRS. ROSANNE KOVNAT School Social Work MRS. LINDA KRIWKOWITSCH Girls' Physical Education LOREN H. KROESCHE English MRS. MARY JO HERZOG Girls' Physical Education CARL F. HIRSCH Mathematics MRS. LORENE HOWLETT Paraprofessional MRS. CHARLOTTE H. HUGGINS English MRS. MARION L. HUYCK English MRS. KATHARINE M. HYNDS Special Education MRS. MARY A. IMMENHAUSEN Health Services MRS. JOAN S. ISMOND Office Staff JOHN A. JACOBSON Technical Arts MISS KAREN L. JENSEN Accounting Services LEE E. JOHNSON Technical Arts VERNOY A, JOHNSON Mathematics ANGUS J. JOHNSTON Social Studies MRS. ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Library MRS. EDITH JONAS Accounting Services EDWARD W. KAHLER Spanish EUGENE A. KROSCHEL School Social Work JAM!-.S KRUEMPELSTAEDTER Driver Education MRS. LOLA A. KURLAND Oflice Staff JAMES H. LABADIE French ZACHARY D. LAZAR Biology ROBERT C. Ll:Al:lY Mathematics RAYMOND J. LEDINSKY Spanish MRS. SUSANNE J. LEOOEII English REXFORD G. LEWIS Business Education Miss VIRGINIA A. LIETZ Girls' Physical Education AUSTIN F. LINDIJEY Mathematics MRS. ALICE W. LUNDY Office Staff DAVID H. LYNCH Business Education MRS. JILL NlAIl.R Modern Languages MICHAEL T. lVlANl.l-.Y English MRS. NANCY MARCUS English MRS. BLOSSOM A. MARMEL Social Studies MRS. BETTY P. MARTIN Attendance Oflice ERIC K. MATZ Biology THOMAS B. MCCLAIN Speech, Drama PHILIP W. MCDOWELL Modern Languages JAMES C. MCFADZEAN Boys' Physical Education MRS. MARY MCFADZEAN Office Staff H. EARLE METZGER English MRS. JOANNE B. MILES Spanish MRS. IUDITH R. MILLENSON School Social Work LLOYD O. lVlll.LliR English CHARLES W. MITCHELL Mathematics LYLE W. MOE Operating Services MRS. LOUISE P. MORE Special Education ' I , te-sd? MISS SUSAN E. PARR Social Studies MRS. JANE PARTRIDGE English RICHARD A. PATTERSON Technical Arts MRS. ARLINE R. PAUL Social Studies MRS. DOROTHY L. PAULICK Mathematics KENNETH G. PERREAULT Technical Arts JAMES N. PETERS Biology Miss DONNA L. PETERSON French HERBERT J. PETERSON Social Studies ROBERT F. PINK English MISS BONNIE J. PORTMAN English MRS. PAULA J. POYSER Home Economics CHARLES E. PROVOW Special Education MRS. ISMENE RANGAVES French DR. KAY F. RASCO English MRS. ROSE K. MOREAU English LEONARD R. MOREY French MISS BELLA A. MORGAN Art MRS. NlARlE-LOUISE MORRIS French MISS HELEN N. MORROW Social Studies RICHARD K. iVlURPHY Mathematics MRS. BOBlpT'l'lg M. NAIBURCB English MISS CHRISTINE M. NATALI2 Library EDWARD W. NICHOLSON Performing Arts MISS IRI-.NIR C. NIEBAUER Art MISS JUDITII NORDBLOM Social Studies MRS. LOUISE C. OACONNELL Office Staff MICHAEL J. O'HARE Biology RALPH OLIVA Mathematics KENNETH V. OSCARSON English, Reading LESLIE C. OVERLOCK English s it i . Q , ,ui 1 ' S 'ar 5 JOHN H. RAY Mathematics MRS. ARLINE G. REAM Music MISS JUDITH R. REESE English MISS HELEN E. REINHARDT Business Education MRS. LINDA A. RELIAS English RICHARD A. RHOAD Mathematics DAVID H. ROBERTSON Boys' Physical Education MRS. RENATE M. ROBINSON Spanish CHARLES F. ROCKEY Science MRS. MARY B. RODEN English MRS. JAYNE ROE Operator MRS. ARDYS ROEPKE Social Studies MISS IvY L. ROHDE Attendance Office MRS, MARGARET ROMANI English MISS MARJORIE A. RORK Latin MRS. JANE E. ROSEN Social Studies ROLAND V. RUDE Speech, Drama MRS. SANDRA N. SANDEEN Mathematics EARL D, SCHABEL Boys' Physical Education ANTHONY D. SCHINTO Boys' Physical Education JOHN A. SCHNEITER Boys' Physical Education CHARLES E. SCHULZ Mathematics MRS. ROSE SCHWAB Office Staff MISS CINDEE R. SCOTT English ROBERT M. SI-IEAFFER Mathematics MISS CARYL SLOANE Biology DONALD F. SMITH Mathematics MRS. EST!-IER J. SMITH O1Tice Staff MRS. VIVIAN E. TURCOT Special Education NORMAN E. UDE Mathematics MRS. LOUISE O. UNDERWOOD English MRS. PEGGY R. VAN ALYEA Spanish MISS NANCY A. VEITH English MR. THOMAS W. VENT Paraprofessional MRS. GRETA M. VINCENT Ofiice Staff MRS. NANCY Vos Office Staff MRS. HELEN V, WAGNER Girls' Physical Education JAMES R. WAGNER Chemistry DAVID H. W.Al,DSCHMIDT Social Studies JERRY L. WAMSLEY Boys' Physical Education -at MRS. SALLY H. SMITH Girls' Physical Education ROBERT K. STEVENS Music MRS. SHIRLEY B. STEVENS Personnel Services MITCHELL G. STEWART Driver Education WILLIAM P. STEWART Social Studies MISS DIANE L. STOEWER English MRS. BARBARA L. STONE School Social Work JOEL B. STREIGHTIFF Music PETER SWAIN Biology MRS. BONNIE SWARSEN Girls' Physical Education THOMAS E. SWARSEN Biology MISS CAROLYN J. SWEERS Philosophy MRS. SUE E. TAYLOR Business Education JOHN R. THOMSON Italian. Classics MRS, CHRISTINE M. TIDEY Special Education MRS. JUNE TODD English I I59 LUCIUS WARD Operating Services RDRERI R. W.ARlJ Mathematics Rl7N.-XID R. WIzD1zKlNIJ Mathematics lWRS. CONSTANCI. C. WIiI.cH Home Economics MRS. SUZANNIQ K. Wl:N'Fli Girls' Physical Education R01-IPRT M. WIIIPIII If Mathematics Miss JUDY ANN WIIYII4' Girls' Physical Education M. WAYNE WIEMIQR Driver Education MRS, HELIVNI-. WICECIINS Ofllce Staff JAIvIIis J. WfII.If School Social Work MRS. K.A'FIIRYN N, VVOI,,l'l- English YVILLI.-UNI R. WCll.Iflf Boys' Physical Education MRS. IVIERIEDITII Wo'rMAN Mathematics MRS. lN'lAR'l'lIA J. WRIGIIT French MRS. Loulsr. I.. ZI4.IcII.I-.R English MRS. l.II.Y C. FAIIIQR Library EDWARD P. EI I,Io'r'I' Social Studies NEW TRIER EDUCATION ASSOCIATION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: Mr. Sanders, Mrs, Mcstjian. Mrs. Lenard tpresidentj. Miss Smith, Mr. Metzger. SECOND: Mr. Charles. Mr. Frey. Mr. Bushnell. l60 'f-- FACULTY COUNCIL-FIRST ROW: Mrs. Moreau. Mr. Metzger. Mr. Frey. Mins KixMiller. SECOND: Mr. Wiemer. Mr. Clader. Miss Daniels. Mr. Leverentz. Miss Stoevxer. Miss Peterson. Nlr. Klein. Mr. Rhoatl. Misx Mestjian. Mr. Wolf. Mr. Pink, STUDENT CABINET-FIRST' ROW: Becker. Abrams. Wanberg, RohertS. Wright. SECOND: Hillebrand. Koch. Allen. Husum. Reid. Smith. Friedman. Mr. Swarsen. THIRD: Davenport. Jones. Roxcnzweig. Mr. Gould. Mr. Weingartner. Mr. W. Stewart. Mrs. Lenard. Dehmlow. Nlztrtin. ABSENT: Bttere. Chapman. Mannux, Orr. Palmer. Sobotka. 'N 2 if 1 , . I .V I t 445 L. .Fld .', V DAVI1 ORR I-'tu-n WHITE RALPH Brcxifiz VIQISH Mn.1.i-R PFSSILICHI Vice-President Secretary Treasurer JUNIORS W MISS AMMFRMAN FIRST ROW: Stiller. Johnston. Rogx ers. Bziileyx, larmee. Miiller. SFL- OND: O'l3oyle. Coyle. Luns. Mzzrzun- ha. Chzirone. Kelly. Min Ammerman. THIRD: Nortmztn. Gibxon. Ellis. Deutsch. V at n I e e ll vs e n , Owens, FOURTH: Watson. Rcabertx, Buck- gaurd. Federico. Keever, Johnson. FIF'I H: Beyer. Meyer. Sugrne, Peter- son. Angelus. Rndiger. AliSIfN'l': Dzidizm. liichner. Gautier. Harney, Oxhnrn. Sannpxon, MR. IIAUMANN FIRST ROVV: Sylvan. Nancy. Framks. Nzirrod. Clark, Hayes. SECOND: Hurvuith. Munn. Perry. David. Tul- lant. C'l1ty. Mr. Baumann. THIRD: Maltz. Wood. Muller. Drvyiegu. Croke. Borre. Hutlei. FOURTH: Miller Palm. Gaynor, Burgeson. Trobziugh, Colzidurci, Compton. FIFTH: Schil- lerelf. Moore. Stallcr. Peterson. Pryor, Harrington. Ciilhert. ABSFNT: Kias- sidy, Lyon. MR. BIil,I.ANC4A FIRST ROW: liliot. Abramson. Hull. Taylor. Chnpinztn. Pentieotf. Wijtw. Mr. Iiellztnczt. SFCOND: Wallace. Leanurd. Silnnder. Anastasia. Vulp. Correa. Stung. THIRD: Sch oo f. Klinge. Clztrlx. Whitney. Rzunsziy. Adams. Hightower. FOURTH: Dahl- heim. Cruntp. Inwlor. Moore. R, Suunderx. Mackenzie, Cooper, Ali- SFNT: Alder. Sztnden. J, Saunders. Thompson, MR. CAJET FIRST ROW: O'Neill, Simon. Single- ton. Heinzen. Powell. Braun. Siehcl. SECOND: Moritz. luster. Deppen. Nlujcwski. Taylor. Morgen. Weihel. Mr. Cajet. THIRD: Cornell. limi- eciak, Jeracki. Stahl. Johnson. Hotz. Spheeris. FOURTH: Miller. Schmitt. Sholl. Allen. Pigott. Byrd. Dicesarc. ABSENT: Dieden. Fajer. Latte. Raggi. Stephenson. MISS DEMPSEY FIRST ROW: Camras, Wittenberg. Brennan. Posen. Stiller. SECOND: Bischoff. Schmitt. Cohen. Harnar. Roberts. Mousolite. THIRD: Dolan. Besant. Hurley. Pearson. Miehle. Dillon, Miss Dempsey. FOURTH: Hartz. Clayton. Bezark. Frazer. Wyse. FIFTH: King. Braden. Wolfram. Redding. Carney. Gordon. ABSFNT: Allyn. Blair. Hager. MISS DRAKE FIRST ROW: Stout. Scully. Fix. Clorfene. Schulman. Raab. Norton. SECOND: Allen. Rempert. Benoist. Freda. Frazier. Bahagian. Schroeder. Miss Drake. THIRD: Wells. Ayyad. Konradt. Stern. Karukstis. Crawford. Carson. FOURTH: Wilson. Beebc. I.everenz. Nelson. Foy. Goldberg, Hotfmeyer. ABSENT: Davis, I.eh- man. Petrillo. NIR. FVERLY FIRST ROW: Brodeur. Carlson Weinberg. Holland. McLellan. Mr Fverly. SECOND: Danziger. O'Mal ley. Amici. Fishhein. Parmer. Wah luntl. Pearson. Healy. THIRD: Cas tino. Rosenzvveig. Randall. Schmitt Kenyon. Weiss. Yttri. FOURTH Petersen. Mitchell. Sorenson. Hotl man, Freed. Jaeck. Kenna. Backstrom Corcoran. ABSFNT: Friend, Norman MRS. CEOLDSMITH FIRST ROW: M o re. Reding. Stewart. Clark. Kennedy. Schneider, Mrs. Goldsmith. SECOND: Ashley. Widran. Kearney. Sanborn. Trier. Westfall. Johmon. THIRD: Smith. Richman. Kaatz. Tisdall. Denman. Seymour. T h o m a 5. D e mp 5 e y. FOURTH: Hines. Ralf. Monson. Mueller. Ostergaard. Manella. Barnes. Young. ABSFNT: Sroge. St. Clair. MR. GRLCEORY FIRST ROW: Flay. Smyth. Liedo Gordon. Weatherhead. Peek, Mr. Gregory. SFCOND: Kenner. Al- varez. Holeomh. Jacobi. Riley. Bax- ter. Rahinovitz. THIRD: O'C'rowIey. Schwartz. lklurtaugh. Iiotleen. Guth- erie. Sethness. S i v right . Farig. FOURTH: Skaja. Siegel. Watts. Fie- gen. Rohling. Jaeohson. Kuhnen. AB- SENT: Arnot. Harris. Speeht, Suhlett. Wiley. MRS. GRAF FIRST ROW: Wolfson. Keele. liuek- ley. Prill. Salll. Mrs. brat. SECOND: Webber. Sclvaggio. Cho. Lorancl. Rummel. Greene. THIRD: Dunning- ham. Brown. Blaekett. Iiohrow. Pcter- son. FOURTH: Fair. Wilt. Cangeloxi. Geist. Jaffe. Miller. Davis, ABSFNT: Hilden. Johnson. Kendall. Xlelionald. Neihurger. MR. HALL FIRST ROW: Kendall. Nliek. Mikel- son. Kravits. Spies. Marden. O'Brien. Mr. D. Hall, SECOND: McGee. Cloniger. Sitkin. Wigginton. Hall. Sehelhas. NVatkins. Iekex. THIRD: Steffens. Stearns. Spolts. Elliot. Moore. Spier. Homer. Hihhard. FOURTH: Lee. Swiggett. Higgins. Baldwin. Sigrist. Ensor, Iglitzen. .-XBSENT: Becker. Lane. Liehling, Piersanti. Schmicltlein. Vilfrain. MR. HAM FIRST ROW: Horwitz, Holmes, Bar nett. Treacy. Rosenstein. Nielsen Bradley. Snyder, Mr. Ham. SECOND Zehr. Oppen. Williams, Petersen. Pot ter. Evans. Douds, Houpt. THIRD. McDonell. Nunn, Sindt, McNamara Peterson. White, Smudsky, Hagy Rupp. FOURTH: Gion. Rodgers Shinnick. Grifiiths, Sweeney. Langan Ismond. Wiebe. ABSENT: Maize VanBaerle. MRS. HAYES FIRST ROW: Butler, Rudoff. Schaf- fer. Bischoff. Connley. Wells, Mrs Hayes. SECOND: Juillerat. Marsh Vanliaerle. Cardais. Downs. Pater- son. Spector. Anderson. THIRD: Egan. Kramer. Walsh. McGoldrick Reib, Seghers. Widran. FOURTH: Chapman. McGoey. Zuke. Roden- kirch. Mengel. Donaldson. Miller ABSENT: Bradley. Manzano. Roberts Royal. MRS. HLYCK FIRST ROW: Apfelbach. Judd. Kopp Burnett. Green. Meier. Kuether. SEC- OND: DeVuono. Gould. Stewart Murphy. Zipperman, Rothermel. La- zarus, Mrs. Huyck. THIRD: Stern, Blaisdell. Kerr. FOURTH: Hickey: Baker. Baumle, Kavanaugh. Duff Mueller. Griffith. Hediger. Kilner Mills. Craig. ABSENT: Perrella Vance. MR. KRUEMPELSTAEDTER FIRST ROW: Morse, Chandler, Mitchell. Minx, Hoftsetter, Ross. Mr Kruempelstaedter. SECOND O'Rourke. Pfaff. Cunha, Greenberg Brunder. Lynch, Moss. Hoffman THIRD: Hackett. Handelman. Tre- zevant. Smargon, Stone. Casey. Kana- ley. Klein. FOURTH: McCahey Brandenburg. Drake, Ordman. Steven- son. Broderick. McLeod. O'Brien Pride. ABSENT: Daugherty. Houk Kritchever. MR. LABADIE FIRST ROW: Pearson. Frye. Ray mond. Zeddies. Bczdek. Marks. Shat til. Mr. Labadie. SECOND: Wiley Hood. Sagan. Brennan. Thclen. Biz Zell. Timm. THIRD: Fisher. Peter son. Cleland. Hagy, Brumbaugh Forbes. Galloway. FOURTH: Hayes lsham. Mcliachron. Javore, Petersen Bransford. Whyte. ABSENT: Bride- well. Cullen. Davis. Hahn. Mitchell Ringvtald. M R. M ETZG FR FIRST ROW: Hollman. Chadwick. lvanovich, Heidhues. Talbot. Chal- lenger. Saliwanchik. Mr. Metzger. SECOND: Sustman. Egan. Vos. Kit- tredge. Doepel. Nord. Rennolds. THIRD: Hallsteen. Lawson. Trum- bull. Schumacher. Cientles. McElin, Park. FOURTH: Hanus. Kingery, Pfutzenreuter. Danielson. Hart. Mc- Bride. Kaplan. Keys. ABSFNT: Baird. Becker. l-Qdson. Hartmann. Stetfens. MR. MlTCHlil,I. FIRST ROW: Worlell. Fujikawa, Eustis. Miller. Kinney. Druiega. Chi- chester. Mr. Mitchell. SECOND: Kingwill. Toubus. Porter. Hausheer, McGeever, Schmid, Beliard. Burnett. THIRD: Mullaney. Gratlis. Orr, Thorp. East. Morrison. Hilliard, Fragassi. FOURTH: Kornfeld, Stewart. Jaeschke. McConnell. Peter- son. Carlson. Karmel. Sider. AB- SENT: Abraham. Cunha. Karr. Stein- horn. MRS. MOREAU FIRST ROW: Koch. Nordby. Beard, Allen. Kubert. Drew. SECOND: Nesvig. Bowlby. O'Brien. Connolly, Duncan. Diaz. THIRD: Marshall, Wallace, Browne. Cohrs. Brent, Leonard. FOURTH: McFarlan, Prince. Kiskaddon, Seholomite. Bor- den. Steiger. ABSENT: Bryant, Cameron. Dudick. Mercier, Seidholz, Mrs. Moreau. a NIR. CYHARI- I-'IRSI ROW: Morris. Rastel. Bauer. Pollock. Neweomhe. Wagner. Mr. U'Hare. SECOND: Sliles. Rosenthal. Iireadwell. Isehudy. McKay. Gray Feldman. Loomis. Cullen, THIRD: Vlarder. White. Regan. Saville. Lyon. Sehopen. Harper. Major. Giordano. I-OIIRTH: Hansen, fassady. Camp- bell. Stewart. Bloom. D'Reefe. Boyn- ton. Sehoof. Nlilehel. ABSENI: l assitcr. NIRS. PARTRIDGI- I-'IRSI' ROWV: Schulman. Reda. B. Campbell. Wright. Lewis. Pirruceello. Grossman. SECOND: Ahrahamson. Nlneller. Iirnst. Rornhaher. Gelder- mann. Sehennum. Healy. Nlrs. Part- ridge. THIRD: klasterherg. I.oeh- ridge. Reinert. Barehiesi. Frankel. l.. Campbell. FOIIRIH: Block. Hend- rick. Jackson. Mellonouglt. O'C'onnor. Packard. ABS!-INT: Byrd. Gignillial. Higa. McLaren. Qtliliei. Stephan. XIRS. PAUL I'lRS'l ROW: Donohue. Jones. Wro- hlexulti. I.21IIIi7lCCi'lI. Cohen. Grode. Xlrs. Paul. SECOND: Budxxig. Sale. Lutz. Carruth. Dueey. I-reeman. Bird. THIRD: Sanders, Rubens. Wheeler, Ilrland. Hatter. Huggins, Feiger FOLTRTH: Nordhem. Croft. Herzel D'Brien. Strauh. Kemmerer. Sampson ABSFNT: Anderson. Kluezynslti Merrifield. Reynolds. Sehmidtlein Vitale. MRS. RI-.AM FIRST' ROW: Bakehouse. Hirsch horn. Wheeler. Katz. Leaf. O'Brien SHIOND: Sangster. Baheoek. Martin Aagaard. Smith. Reid. Mrs. Ream IHIRD: Naft. Melieever. Greene Kern. Spier. Lexin. Miller. FOURTH Cragg. Carroll. Meflure. Lewis Brown. Shlensky. Moore. ABSFNII Delaney. Moloney. MRS. RODEN FIRST ROW: Harper, Merrill, Pitt- man, Adler. Jasper. Swarts, Mrx. Roden. SECOND: Hermes, Crown, Dillon, Stein, Small. Vierra. Gilmore, THIRD: Radell, Peltz. Schnake, Sol- berg. Smart. Barbee. Fish. FOURTH: Armstrong. Tippet, Ramm, Stydahar. Harloll. Wurdwell. Niebzmk, Burnett. ABSENT: Crowley. Lejeune. MR. STEVENS FIRST ROW: Poe. Petrus. Koch. Mendelson, Stranglen. Crontartie SECOND: Kincaid, Moran, Tum Stiritz. Mztrquardt, Sobotku. THIRD: Peterson. Buckingham, McAllister Wugencr. Nevin, Gordon. FOURTH Jacobson. Vance. Harness. Wetter slen. Lenthart. Didrikscn. FIFTH Kilimnik. Luckow. O'C'onnor. Samp son. Schafer. Tipping. ABSENT liremner. Cloud. Lund. Mr. Stcvcnx. MISS STO EWER FIRST ROVV: Sechrest. Maynard Fztirnian. Oherndorf, MaeKenLie Westler. SECOND: Iauss, Brzmdfon Brittinghzim. Philipp, Benner. Miss Stoewer. THIRD: DeGross, Hicks Witt. Vorreiter, Katz, Grove, Rosen zweig. FOURTH: Schwinn, Bickel Murphey. McNich0ls, Whitehurch Rust. Rothermel. ABSENT: Byrum Dancey. Moran, Peters, Pile. Silver Williams. MR. SWAIN FIRST ROW: Karr, Ferguson. Eagan Ebert. Cutler. Yeomans, Kravits Barron. Mr. Swain. SECOND: Bas sett. Kellett. Harvey, Rosenfeld Sloan, Baumgarten. Black. Brainerd THIRD: Meder. Mahowald, Levin Cole. Roth. James. Williams, Selby FOURTH: Burback, Maynard, Das wick. Brandlein. Nagel. Henschel Udell. Stein. Krimmer. ABSENT Kraemer. MR. SWARSFN FIRST ROW: Allen. Brown. Beiers dorf, McGrath. Stewart. Sielfey, Mr Swarsen. SECOND: Goldblalt. Heid rich. Rilzen. Torres. Apalolf. Rosen Corcoran. Green. THIRD: Minar. Temmerman. Gould. Stickles. Mercer. Brnmmel. Iiulp. Crowley. FOURTH McWceny. Habich. Urban. Moore Johnson. Slephens. Skalla. Karukstis ABSENT: Meeder. OiGara. Wile Wollacger, MRS, LNDERWOOD FIRST ROW: Gregori. Slack. Blau. Hobson. Sullivan. Schlucter. Mrs. Underwood. SECOND: Schnell. Jamieson. Young, Sosna. Gayle Masterton. THIRD: Myers. Ander son. liocour. Jennings. Schmidt. Sch- neider. Merrifield. Stern. FOURTH: Mack. Stevens. Yovxell. Hanes. Handlmann. Riley. Sandberg, AB- SFNT: Delcrno. Menary. MRS. WRIGHT FIRST ROW: Mandel. Hughea. Frick Davis. Whinemore. Baker. Mrs Wright. SECOND: Peterson, Nichols Jorgemen. Brand. Mankus. Chester. THIRD: Wyco. Reynolds. McCoskrie Johnson. Munk. Baer. FOURTH Goodpaslure. Miller. Fair. Seitz Beckmann. McDermott. Sugden. AB SENT: Bro. Prince. Turley. STEERING COMMITTEE-FIRST ROW: Trier, Babcock. Carrulh. Frick. Norton. SECOND: Small. Sandberg. Benner, Roberts, Poe, Vance, Easterberg. THIRD: Becker, Orr, Jacoby, Hendrich, Kendall. Craig, Miller, Murder. FOURTH: Jaeschke, Crump, Wile, Wiebe, Brum- baugh. Dieden. Jacek. ABSENT: Cardais, Henschel. White. ,A STIVI Diiiimrow President S OPH OM ORE S 3 S'ii.vi- Krsiooif Slzia Sflllflfll- S'lI'Vl Kimi Vice-President Secretary Treasurer MRS. BURNS FIRST ROW: Renn. Meikle. Ilaehau, Reese. Ciiesen. Mrs. Burns. SECOND: Heeter. Meliride. McCoy. McLeod, Heinzen. Morrison. VHIRD: Corra, Sayre. Phillips. Currie. Allen. Black. FOURTH: Lutlieken. Weiss. HCWCII, Bauman. Mason. Kunkel. Fischer. ABSENI: Bisehof. Braun. Gross, Wyeo. MRS. CLADER FIRST ROW: Campbell. Greenberg. Nebenzahl. Warren, Stanzlcr. Turner. Hales. SECOND: Winston. Rest. Noel. Silander. Gleason. Ellis, Herzog. Mrs. Clader. THIRD: Horvath. Singer. Kaplan. Fursl. Johnson. Aron- berg. Harms, FOURTH: Davidson, Faris. Hiering. Huff. Dole. Hines. Leiden. Joseph. ABSENT: Mulder, Royal. MISS CLENDENING FIRST ROW: Mellon. Herbert, Andalman. Hilliard. Powell. O'Gara. Schulte. Rosenfeld. Miss Clendening, SECOND: Panas. Porter. Franker, Butz. Wynkoop. Droege. Strouse. THIRD: Shaha7. Solso, Shedd. S. Sullivan. Western. Hilger. Fillion. G. Sullivan. FOURTH: Templeton. Ma- nella. Coughlan. Baker. Rothrorek. Ramm. Rullold. Endre. ABSENT: Terrill, Wilson. MR. DENK FIRST ROW: Toomhs. Atuundson. MeGu11ne. Guidarelli. Schopen. Michel. Reding. SECOND: O'Dwyer. Rossi. Quinn. Kelley. Smith. Fwing. Dunton. Carew. THIRD: Johnson. Anderson, Carlson. Kirchheimer. Anger. McLaren. Swanson. Mr. Denk. FOURTH: Miller. Flatley. Wilson. Mueller. Targun. Murray. Krull. Bransky. ABSENT: Greene. Hurley. MRS. DULIN FIRST ROW: Garvin. Arezzo. Sel- vaggio. Smith. Sehley. Burns. Albrecht. SECOND: O'Dwyer. Lewis. Dickey. Moritz. Plochman. Bergquist. THIRD: Gaspari. Wye. Hanna. Loos. Davis. Lavin. FOURTH: Tomlin. Platon. Henderson. Polydoris. Freed. Hall. Freeman. Riley. Mrs. Dulin. ABSENT: Blum. Ferretti. Neal. Sprenger. MR. FOUGNIES FIRST ROW: DeVuono, Boyer. Aldridge, Drew, Ducey. Couper. Wright, Mr. Fougnies. SECOND: Kastel. Morrow, Kujawa, Schwartz. Jenkins, Hayes, Ecker. THIRD: Perry. Corritore, Shaver, Klinge. Small. Leslie, Bono. Mueller. FOURTH: Watts. Etheridge. Green. Nesler, Price, Filkins. McCormick. Allen. ABSENT: Rudolfi. MR. FREY FIRST ROW: Cole. Niefeld. Korsvik Buerger. Reed. Buckner. SECOND: Wallens. Dodge. Clapp. Wiley, Mc-I Ilwee. Lindauer, Butler. Mr. Frey THIRD: Byer. Mosher. Hoffman Mack. Stoecker. Palmer. Gibson. Nor cross. Sehuneman. FOURTH: Boyd Holton. Dehmlow. Prange. Hoshein. Foulke. Barnes. Brands. ABSENT Twiss. Wennlund. 'randi i",!, Li. 195 A 'E MR. GAHALA FIRST ROW: Eckhouse. Andersen. Gordon, Hogan, Broms. Levy. Me' lntyre. Jones. Raymond, Mr. Gahala. SECOND: Greenblatt. Schmidt, Wehh. Piekard. Farrell. O'Neill. Fox. Raucci. THIRD: Levin. VanArdsdz1le. Allen. McMahon. Pollakotf. Byrnes. E. Smith, Maatman. FOURTH: Bidermun. Hornbuckle. Hartel. Myers. Carstens, Martin. D. Smith. Hezlld. DR. JOHNSTON FIRST ROW: Creigh. Crown, Bradt. Mztcdonzlld. Swift, Johnson, Zisook. Stevenson. Dr. Johnston. SECOND: Stahl. Keller, Rechel. Fulk, Jackson, Brubaker. Lussky. THIRD: Smith. Harms. Childs. Rogers. Higgins, Burkwill. Getsehow. Mziellvuine. FOURTH: Fuhrman. Burns, Biene- mzrnn. Germain. McClure. Benton. Milliken. McCracken. ABSENT. liuin. MISS KEHM FIRST ROW: Woolson, Clark. Jarvis. Lapp. Hurley. Sullivan. Miss Kehm SECOND: Kuhnen. Pfutzenreuter, Bloom. Schilling. Fragassi, Jackson, McMurray. THIRD: Warren. Hern- don. Sollman. Stix. Gilmore. Phillipp FOURTH: Fuerstenberg. Schwartz King. Jester. Peterson. Schmid. AB- SENT: Ferretti, Macomber. MRS. KLEIN FIRST ROW: Addison. Dellow, MC- Intosh. Markin, Synek. Smith. Mrs Klein. SECOND: Tassey. Vanhulle Ringel. Frye. Parmer. Miller. Burge THIRD: Bufhngton. Karstenson Grossberg, Howell. Beaton, Fridstein Dillon. Hibbard. FOURTH: Wright Paeini, Carney, Graff. Petty. King Morris. Zoros. ABSENT: Prouty Tobias. MR. LEAHY FIRST ROW: Beck. Beard. Manierre Kinney, Jones. McLellan. Vignola. Mr. Leahy. SECOND: Tabin, Dun- bar. Aten. Mandel. Schmitt, Clark Ackermann. THIRD: McCleary Coyle. Conroy. George. Keats, Wei- ner. Rogin. FOURTH: Mensinga. Malone. Meyers. Nadherny, Stewart Weston. Ahlem. ABSENT: Askin Dettmer. Houser. Newcomb. Stephen- SOFI. MR. MANLEY FIRST ROW: Chatel. Kisner Omachi, Huck. Moncrieff. Apfelbach Mr. Manley. SECOND: Hardy, Sulli- van. Midday, Blair. Crawford, Rein Iansson. THIRD: Cornelius, Hahn Striebel. Rose. Brown. Correa FOURTH: Jordan. Welch. Rodgers Dunn. VVhitford. Lasky. Meyer ABSENT: Beebe. Gilbert. Kelly Legg. Manos. M RS. MARMEI. FIRST ROW: Lawton. Rapalee, Ball Rosenwald. Parson. Carroll. Mrs Marmel. SECOND: Schwarz. Gotaas Wilson. Urban. Evans, Deutsch Conterio. Eberle. THIRD: Batten Thomas, Morris. Brandt, Kohler Handleman. Annes. FOURTH: Wag- ener. Johnson. Farmer. Luick. Re- barchak. Loudin. Needler. Cawley ABSENT: Bernstein. Corcoran Weinberg. MR. McDOWELL FIRST ROW: Rankin. Smudsky Gootlsmith. Armbruster. K. Freeman C. Freeman. SECOND: Neuhaus Doblin. McCann. Majewski. Bierchen Appelbaum. Mr. McDowell. THIRD: Jones. Mendes. Niebank, Lee. Harvey Perry. Reiniseh, Richter. FOURTH: Huge. Hopkins. Blatt. Youngdahl Goldstein. White. Nichols. Goebel Cook. ABSENT: Cole. Gramm. Mier Nordby, v 'MH MISS NORDISLOM FIRST ROW: Perlman. Weary. Clrossweiner. Moles. Gulbrandsen. Lapat. Coyle. Miss Nordblom. SFC- OND: Brown. Sprayregen. Bledsoe. Ciluckman. MaeGillivray. Nesbitt. Heller. Webster. THIRD: Swan Fggert. Hatch. Friedman. Haigh. Blackwell. Wassmann. Whiteman. FOURTH: Zuraw. Sehwimmer. Rodi. Kluezynski. Fidmann. Spring. Wirpel. Norman. ABSFNT: Fisher. Pierson. MRS. PAULICK FIRST ROW: Bruce. McNally. Jacobson, Lambreeht. Haskell. Mrs. Pauliek. SECOND: Johnson, Massey, McClellan, Sefert. Davis, Malone. Laveille. THIRD: Spilman. Edmonds, Hahn. Braden. Meiresonne, Wright. Rezabek. Willer. FOURTH: Burkard, Swanson. Tiderman. Fitzsimmons. Joseph. Rodenkirk. Brown, Gensch. AHSFNT: Diseh. Lewis. MR. PETERS FIRST ROW: Fox. Cloud. Yablong, Landfield. Cook, Maier. King. Kepler. SECOND: Smith. D. Hall. Franden. Lussky. MeNiehols. Gressens. Mc- Cioldrick. Fotopoulos. Mr. Peters THIRD: Stydahar. Hart, Long. Poor. Feltes. Kirby. Williams. FOURTH. Hardee. T. Hall. Corboy. Hook. Lan- don. Meyers. Heuer. Wohlgemuth ABSFNT: Denison. Gordon. M R. PETERSON FIRST ROW: Lassite r, Kramer Hatch. Castino. Teets. Danziger Miller. Mr. Peter-son. SECONDi Abrams, Campbell, Savit. Mead Neidig. Heroux. Turban. Dinning THIRD: Nagel, Grisamore. O'Brien Saether. Sandlin. Tate. Baumann Gilbert. FOURTH: Kroghfladmark Thomas. Dowd. Whelan, Creagh DOCl'SCl'lllIi. Eckert. wan. ABSENT: Diettrich. Wright. 1 MR. RAY FIRST ROW: Wallin. Carney. Hoh- xon. Holland. Monlrosx. Myers. Mr. Ray. SECOND: Rpar. Ullman. Creagli. Sasaki. Herlnxt. FIIIILITI. Kan- ter. Rodgerx. THIRD: Tittle. Ellison. Wilt. lienner. Sullivan. Pangrac. Tovxnei. Regan. FOURTH: Knowlex. liebow. Lacey. Fox. Greer. Good- man. Megan. Polltolf, ABSENT: Cohen. Sholl. MISS REESE FIRST ROW: Walxh. Bradley. Mar- shall, Pettinger. Fee. Zimmerman. Miss Reese. SECOND: Kolliat, Laura. Cleaver. Folds. Center. Driscoll. Von Thury. THIRD: Oppel. Beardsley. Prince. Helmer. Mankns. Konradt. Fonkal. FOURTH: Watkins. Kultnen. Nelxon. O'Leary. Chamberlain. Win- burn. McDowell. ABSENT: Eagan. Howard. NIRS. Rl-,I.I.-XS FIRST ROW: Boyd. O'Donnell. Lazarus. Ergax. Quinn. Worsek. SECOND: Rnliin. Sehreyer. Tobin. Wilking. Savill. Mitehell. Mrs. Relias. THIRD: Burhaek. Brolverg. Rauch. Heian. Mizell. Weatherhead. Brown. FOURTH: Keithley. Grant. Craw- ford. Pfutzenreuter. Notbohm. Staesl sens. ABSENT: Fragassi. Kincaid. Roherlnon. Rum. Seoville. MISS SIOANIS FIRST ROW: Burnett. Keele. Yeager. lallanl. Diaz, Roth. Min Sloane SECOND: Graves. Ohereiner. De- Clrow. Levinson. Harrold. Heida. PI'Il7IlIINlxy. THIRD: McCarthy Penney. Comstoelt. Slattery. Engel- mann. Valvaseor. Howell. Hughex FOURTH: Moran. Mahowald. Kon- tlzela. Kraemer. Marlin. Condrin. Sehillimg. Belzer. ABSENT: Knott. Nlielx. Rothxehild. Roxxe, ,,a.wf. f MR. SMITH FIRST ROW: Gosh. Britan. Berry' Caeharelis. Robbins. Neweornbe. Mr Smith. SFCOND: I.ee. Preston Paterson. Schaefer. Diebold. Gottlieb Ruedig. THIRD: Derning. laniieson Eaton. Morgan. Sievers. Borre Merens. FOLTRTH: Bryant. Baillie Milburn. Syyeitzer. Keex. ABSENT: Aitken. Cutler. Handley. Kullby' Marxhall. MRS. TODD FIRST ROW: Cloud. Babeoely. Sulli- van. Raymond. Rothschild. Miller Mrs. Todd. SECOND: Wilson Martin. Meiresonne. Ensor. Brennan Bode. Carlson. THIRD: DeVos Pride. Weiss. Mom. Rutherford Leonard. Vilfrain. FOURTH: Taylor l.au. Willi. Sherman. Kuppe. Tom- linson. Mathers, ABSFNT Harring- ton. Kohlberg. Suerth. MRS, H. XNACINIQR FIRST ROW: Campbell. lyyeit. Bren- nan. Calel. King. Reynoldx. Iieefe Mrs. H. Wagner. SFCOND: Jensen Bililer. O'Rourlye. Mack, Hughwi Methe. Yan Meter. IHIRD3 Dliein iirillith. Nolan. Burnx. Kellei, Web- ster. Metjuiddy. Kaufman. FOIFRTH: Boerlye. Floyd, Shan. lundberg. Nos. Yunlyer. Mueller. Wiediieh. AB- SIQNTZ Nleivuinness. MR. WAMSIIHY FIRST ROW: Braun. Craig. Saylor. Wanberg. Somniers, Craven, I.owitz. Dewey. Mr. Wainsley. SECOND: Surta. Juul. Potts, Buford. Varges. Below. Fliot. Ipavie. THIRD: Marsh. Merkel. Morley. Knoop, O'Dowd. Moore. Culp. Pinkett. FOIfR'l'H: Keys. Wells. Iahey. George. lincoln. Baylor. lily. M oran. A BSIZNT: Abbott. MR. R. WARD FIRST ROW: Meier. Goldtnan. Rein heimer, Campbell. McCarren. Binder. Gunther. Mr. R. Ward. SECOND Milenkovic. Dietzgen. Lynde. Han lon. C. Davis. Kissane. Lanzillotta Shapiro. THIRD: l.eonard. Spheeris Cooper. Lundberg. Martin. Chap man. Baer. FOURTH: Richmond N1eNerney. Johnson. Hoxxick. Best Schulze. Pceters. M. Davis, ABSENT Nlurray. MR. WOLF FIRST ROW: Hynes. Seitz. lioeller. Wells. Kahn. Bridewell. Bley. Kelley Nlr. Wolf. SECOND: Duhner. Goose Egan. Roth. Brando. Hindsley Bonynge. Hast. THIRD: Eix. Russell Conant. Later. Jorgensen. Frankel Mink. Feldman. FOURTH: Sample Berz. Dunn. Seyfarth. Donnell. Ober lin. Knobel. Murray. ABSENT: Mc Goey. Pitt. HRS. WOLF!-T FIRST ROVV: Wilson. Fremont Finney. Reariek. Poulos. Miller. Mrs Wolff. SECOND: Davis. Rice. Bone Simpson. Trompeter. Watts. Luna THIRD: Hurley. Orlando. Smith Petersen. Nicholson. Corns. Maranda. FOURTH: Sehmidtlein. Gautier. Lee Belka. Gordon. Cooper. Brown. AB SFNT: Corrigan. Drew. Ringwald. STEERING COMN1lT'lFE+FIRST ROW: Weinberg. Warren. Coyle. Webster. Addison. Wynkoop. McNally. Toombs. Berry. King. Schulte. SECOND: Jackson. Yeager. Spraygren. T. Broun. Wiedrieh. Selvaggio. Brennan. Schwartz. Jacobson. Pollakoff, THIRD: Smith. Heeti. Braudo. Newcomb. P. Brown. Potts. Grant. FOURTH: Sample. Watkins. Stydahar. Goldstein. Palmer. Bienemann. Dehmlow. Wall. LYNN PALMER President FRESHMEN CHRIS ELLIS JHANNI-.Tris HLINLN Vice-President Secretary .ff SHAWN KEYS Treasurer MR. ANGST FIRST ROW: Petersen, Bussell Kadlec. Later. Munker, Mackevich Mr. Angst. SECOND: Brown, Mc- Ilwee, Grode, Trier. Burrous. Hor- witz. Askounis, THIRD: Fisen, Petty, Howard, Johnson, Allen, Hatch Winsberg. FOURTH: Pieper, Her- mann, Nixon, Beattie. Keys, Van- Leeuwen, Nolan. Manellzi. ABSENT: Igliori. MRS. BFAL I-'IRST ROW: Smith. Anderson. Fink Mandel. Rocklin. Scott. Davis. Mrs Beal. SECOND: Poirier. Trrmen Cizijewslti. Ernst, James, Pirruccello THIRD: Louis. Strunk. C. Fox Murphy. Devouno. Cartwright, Ken- dull. Conner. FOURTH: Hermes Schmit. D. Fox. West. Vanelk, Stover Burlington. ABSENT: Hagerdorn. MR. BELL FIRST ROW: Fine. Johnson, Fergu- son, Lynde, Yeager. Wells, Morgan Mr. Bell. SECOND: Ward, Glass Medow, Taylor, Lundberg, Helmer Cretmey. THIRD: Hcinzen, Schachi Werder, Mosher, FOURTH: Wrol erer, Williams, Ruffin, Lang a I'1 hlewski, McKissick. Ryan, Rude Marsh. Gonnoud, Haser. ABSENTi Bird. s s 1 1 MR. BFNSON I'IRS'l' ROW: Angle. Meyer. Pryor. Noble. Sensihar. Beeker. Mr. Benson. SFCOND: Pexeh. VVhile. Smith. Thorne. Peck. Rodenkireh. THIRD: Brennan. Davis. Brinekerholf. Bledsoe. Goesc. Ahlem. Goose. FOURTH: Higgins. Casterline. Horwieh. Butter- worth. Kondzela. DeForest. I.ampert. ABSFNT: King. Miller. Titterton. MRS. CALESINI FIRST ROW: Goodman. Nugent. Shaw. Budwig. Friedman. Rance. Mrs. Calesini. SECOND: Meacham. Dear- born. Tukey. Mack. Levine. Neuman. THIRD: Marvin. Fllis. King. Robert- xon. Smith. Vail. Palmer. FOURTH: Franehini. Buck. Doyle. Meier. Zamir. Drwiega. Arthur. ABSFNT: Almgren. Blankenship. Trux. NIRS. COOK FIRST ROW: Kepler. Sutton. Ialle Beskin. Houser. King. Mrs. Cook SECOND: Anderson. Coyle. Fox Hook. Golden. Diaz. Gatetly THIRD: McCandlish. Tipping. KatL. Larsen. Solberg. Hallsteen. P. Bowen FOURTH: Smith. K. Bowen. Dunn Wohlgemuth. Bodeen. Lindley. Good rich. ABSENT: Buehholz. Seheuble Todhunter. MISS HARRIS FIRST ROW: O'Keele. Shaffer Teinowilz. Treiher. Everett. Brown Weixhard. SECOND: Buek. Heinen Lehman. McLeod. Pelle. Bauer Fleming. Miss Harris. THIRD: Smith Feltes. Van Wormer. Pieper. Green lloyd. Milliken. FOURTH: Kozloll. Anderson. Carroll. Fllwood. Meier Melohn. Richardson. ABSFNI Deloye. 'Haiku 1 s cf! ' www. 2. .144 M R. KROSCHEI. MR. .IACOBSON FIRST ROW: Brumhnugh. Pearzt. Faszmo. Winter. Mr, Jacobson, SEC-V UND: Bixhop. Stearns. Hicks. Cooney. Szarztpka. Smith. 'lHlRD: Dictmeier. Kunkel. Germain. Iforbcs. Fcron. Treacy. FOl,7R'lll: Young. Zachary. Shapiro. Pettit. Gleason. Kelly, ABSFNT: Input. Snlc. Willey. Winkler. MR. Kl.lflN FIRST' ROVV: Brandlcin. Stein. VVit- goil. Schulz. Hynes. Cameron. Mr. Klein. SFCOND: Cicnsch. Catrmell. Acri. Samuels. luke. Gregg, Can-- gclosi. THIRD: lNlzuthcxu. liion. Iiummcrszlll. Dougherty. Dunbar. J. Nlurtin. Hiwtwtt, FOlfR'l H' Mohliug. .-Xspinull. Howlttnd. Nlurtin. Swen- xon. Nicrmun. Sehzlmtiztn. MRS, KRIXN KOWITSK H FIRSVI ROXY: Koltcx. Putpull. Mc- Cinninion. Nlzttthcvu. Sltuchaui, Mrs Krixxltoxxitxcli. SECOND1 Rcunoltlx Rliotlcw. lintlull. Ariihroxc, tktrricr lingcr. Pollock. THIRD: lluuser Wynne. Sutherland. Hculxcl, lilatclx lfixhhcln. lingle. FOLSRVIH: Antler Non. Davis. Schilling. lgtstcrherg Strom. Rudell. l ittlc. AXBSIQN I' Ciixislwttrg. Kelly. FIRSVI' ROW: Mecurtncy. Nlilhurn Appclhztuni. Heinzen. Cornell. Korn lmhcr. Xlr. Kroschel. Sl-'COND Frit7. Mitchell. l.ichcrm.tn. Rosen lvxcig. lluck. Ifsvsis. l'lllRl3: Rctlat Pcttcrscu. Southern. Ciclfuntl. Scott Fcltcrt. llzthcoclt. Hein, lfOlfRTH Johnson. Mayer. Mizencr, Worthy Burton. Ciielovw. Holloway. ABSIQNT Disch. Rudolfi. Shanti. MRS. IEGGETT FIRST ROW: Rosenstein. D.-Xmieo, Sehevyitz. Williamson. Cohen. Meyers. Mrs. Leggett. SECOND: Twilling. Grossman. Stern, Magee. Rundell. Taylor. Lee. THIRD: Hull. Laura, Blatt. Uoldeen. Heal. Beitzel. Ramsey. FOURTH: Fry. Donaldson. Kavan- atlgh. Willy. Rovelstad. Pigott. MC- Kinsey. ABSENT: McLellan. MR. LYNCH FIRST ROW: Carroll. 'Xntlersen. Ranney. Van Halen, Chute. Mercer. List. Mr, Lyneh. SECOND: Rosen- feld. Braband. Aitken. Follin. Mull- aney. Jauw. Foley. THIRD: King. Sillars. Dunton. McDonald. Blum. Copp. FOURTH: Zazversltey. Babb. Jones. Hayes. Kuhn, Hoffman. Irwin. ABSENT: Tsehudy. MR. MATZ FIRST ROW: Morne. Mathewson. Bush. Tolpin. Rubin. Singleton. Mr. Matz. SECOND: Mann. Yablong. Comeau. Carroll. Nissly. Jacobson. Baughman. THIRD: Lillard. Bogie. Rieh, Busch. Clark. Ahlborn. Lutz. Missimer. FOURTH: Shaw. Her- loeker. Harvey. Stephens. Steagall. Gentles. Smithson, Seoyille. MRS. MILES FIRST ROW: Perry. Evans. Keller Guthrie. Suslick. Henzlik. Mri. Miles SECOND: Judge. Higgins. Naft Miller. Russo. Kincaid. Brogan THIRD: Katz. Black. Noyex. Wang man. Smudslty. Mitchel. Roberts FOURTI-It Belskis. Collinv. Dreyyry' Ludoviee. Littlejohn. McCabe. Arm Ntrong, ABSENT: Hinex, MR.. MUl,l.INER FIRST' ROW: Taylor. Zelimlq. San- tostcfano. Chadwick. Neylan. Corf eoran. SECOND: Carroll, Ringwill. lachau. Colman. Hale, lllrnery. Mr. Mulliner. 'IHIRIDZ Peterkin. Price. Popov. Kerber. Moldafsky. Iimmis. FOURTH: Apple. Zastrow, White. Heulelspaeher. Dancey. Iilaiber Goldberg. Al-SSI-..N'l': Kahn. MR. OVFRLOCK FIRST ROW: Hubbell. Clay. Iiaylor. Newhall. Hatton. Jenkins. Mr. Over- lock. SECOND: Ciitlin. Cassidy, Sullivan. Eccker. Morris, Arnot, THIRD: Spitek. Schneider, Tager, Dell. Baldwin. Druekei. FOURTH: Palm. Gilbert. Holcomb. Conway. Clifton. Peterson. Engelhardt. Alif SENT: Davis. Wallace. MRS. PAGELS FIRST ROW: McCieever, Eisemann Biemeck. Melford. Ebihara. Iiganti. Mrs. Pagels. SECOND: Stelfens. Zehr. Suker. Moreno, Kaul, Bake- house. Mick. THIRD: O'Connor, Laveille. Judd. Allen. Copp, Parson. FOURTH: Zanzucehi, Peltz. Targun, Klinge. Grams. lglitzen. Cooper. ABSFNT: Ewing. Rolston. MISS PARR FIRST ROW: Hagy. Schnagl. Taylor, Wcinzimmer. Selvaggio. Brown. SECOND: DeVrie5. Stuhr. Reynolda Tassey. Gordon. Mann. Cox. Miss Parr. THIRD: Campbell. Abbott. Morrison. Schulman. McNamara. Ciould. Rodi. Chaloner. FOURTH: Mals. Olson. MacKenzie. Stapleton. Ewing. Beaman. Diebel. ABSENI: Lipschultz. NIISS l'UR'I MAN IHIRSI ROW: Witt. Singer. J, Sulli- xan. Iannotta. Pearson. Page. Miss Portman. SECOND: Ciill. H. Sullivan. tiirardi. Addison. Mayer. Baxter. Chupich. THIRD: Moore. Werth. Hahn. Sandquist. Rohling. Markham. Colxycll. FOURTH: I.ittelI. Hall. Kuehn. Clark. Rudiger. Morrow. Reimer. ABSFNT: Bannon. MRS. POYSIER IHIRST ROW: Jacobsen. Ciotolf. Scott. Coyle. Nicholson. Keller. Mrs. Poyser. SFCOND: Wells. Hawkinson. Arm- strong. Hayden. Thornton. Baker. Koppel. THIRD: Crump. Sampson. Carlson. H. Smith. Simon. Sawicki. FOURTH: de Koning. Hughes. Sulli- yan. Nelson. Wyse. Oakley. ABSENT: Holmes. Kavanagh. S. Stewart. NIR. PROVOW FIRST ROW: Gibson. Reinhard. Kaden. Gedo. Schneider. Giesen. Wippman. Mr. Provow. SECOND: Young. Challenger, Winternitz. Bar- ron. Apatoff. Devroy. Towle. Rosen. THIRD: Vail. Redemann, Rubens. Bure Schinlcr Beebe, Howland g . . . Archie. Sale. FOURTH: Hanus. Frank. Hoellerich, Prince, Walker. Kaplan, Berman. Mella. ABSENT: Gordon. Vincent. MRS. SANDIQISN IHIRST ROW: Woods. Lodge. Ken nedy. Stolle, Stewart. Mrs. Sandeen SECOND: Craig. Zeh. McKay Simpson. Hahn. Nicholls. THIRD Peyton. Henneuse. Anderson. Sali wanchik. Chandler. Corra, Heida. I-OCRTH: Solomon. Schultz. Har gett. Bovylby. Luckett. laeck. Fitz Gerald. ABSENT: Boley. Musial Pollak. Q6 QA Nad MRS. SMITH FIRST ROW: Humphrey, Seghers. Bradley. Tammekivi. Trainor. Guas- tafeste. Mrs. Smith. SECOND: War- ren. Moore. Wagener. Carcw. Mad- den. Schroeder. Rudnick. THIRD: Inman. Whitt. Howlett. Torres. Sampson. Kundsen. Ross. FOURTH: Brooks. lylarsh. Murray. Gordon. Schultz. Kashian. Morgan. ABSENT: Simon. MR. M. STEWART FIRST ROW: Kiskaddon. Peters. Slang. Gross. Norton, Hirschhorn. SECOND: Hermann. Weinberg. Umans. Rull'olo. Montross. Sehopen, Ricger. THIRD: Barnes, Stix, Ken- yon. Porter. Brainerd. Leonard. Hick- uian. FOURTH: Clayman. Cloud. Major. Ellis. Kemmerer, Skalla. Morand. A BSFNT: Mr. Stewart. MR. STREIGHTIFF FIRST ROW: Kudan. Vandegraaff. Westfall. Beinlich. McCarthy. Mr. Streightitl. SECOND: Jennings. John- son. Moran. Lambert. Prevo. Gross. THIRD: Beebc. Baldwin. Davis, Per- rella. Ciolder. Paolella. FOURTH: Cassady. Banach, Hovey, Ellis. Paine. Powers. ABSENT: Boyd. Crane. Snyder. Verduin. MRS. SWA RSEN FIRST ROW: Pincus, Erick, Smith. Aimen. Wahlund, Pancoe. SECOND: Morrison, Buckingham. Carney, Di- clementi. Symonds. O'Connor THIRD: Moeller, Moore. Baum- garten. Schalf, Jallee, Baumle. Krier Mrs. Swarsen. FOURTH: Rawlings Owens. Tam. Bunting. Roberts Gordon. Stiritz. Goss. ABSENT: Stone. NIRS. IAYIOR HRS! ROW: Koppel. Hzitlitmaiy 1 xlcin. Nchenzuhl. SFKONDI Rich Kollci. ifcmmernizin. ilhmll. liimmiulx II.15tlo-gk. Ikttittl. Mix Itljlwl IIHIRDZ Ciolttdzirci. Hclclikul. Pttircll Bcrnxtcin. Ctilhcrtxon. Gould. Weir Dotitlx. Webb. Cloudy. P it I m it n l"OUR'I'H: Skzijn. Owsix. Whel.1n Pcicis. Allen. Fatii. Randolph, XB SI-N I 3 lNlcCoskric. M R. WEDEKIND FIRSI' ROW: Fuuscl. Smith. Lucy Diebold. Moy. Mr. Wedcltind. SFC OND: Hoberg. HcII'ei'nt1n. Nlurlw I,cxin. Waldstein. Hisliotf. Paterson THIRD: Peterson. Horwitz. Jacobxon Hampton. Boyd. Rcmke. Burmitlc FOIIRTH: Sechrest, Fucik. Wilxon Stein. Meircsonne. Brcmner. Bain' ABSIZNT: VerBr5ck. NIR. WHIPPI.Ii FIRST ROVV1 Ciuscy. Sullixttn. Scu- mour, Walk, Wzirton. Harrix, Mi' Vllhipple. SECOND: Cram ford. Exum. Sloan. Bruce, Meier. Martin. THIRD: Recd. Mztrran. Smyth. Petciwon Peters. Randle. Schrodt. FOURTH: Miller. Fink. St. Clair. Rosen, Bau- mann. Bloch. Golan. AHSFNTg Roll' Nluckic. Metcoli. SIFIQRINU LONINIITIIQIE-FIRS'I' ROW Ixornhibtr Iinddll bmith C ll I- tk lenlonx SIQCOND I lnei C HI XI h I IF In Rm L Iintilcy. Hcincn. Keys. THIRD: Henman Judge NI BI It h X I HIL RIH: lhlCCONlxI'lC.f2iCll11I'y. Rauiixex XBSENT Boxtl Leonird Mink Bovslbx X ulltnex Leadership and service Co-Head Ed. Opportunities K. P, Kocii Co-Head Ed. Opportunities Srhvh KA'rz Co-Head Study Hall PATTY CROWN Co-Head Study Hall CHRIS lVIATTIII1ws Honor KING Pooiz Safety W.ALLY' Coox Co-Head Lunch Hall MARK BUCIcINcIiIAM Co-Head Lunch Hull LIZ KNILIIII Coordinations ANDY CIIAPMAN Parliamentarizm RICH WI-QINlil:RLi Co-Head Responsibility JOIIN FAwI.I-,Y Co-Head Responsibility SECOND SEMESTER BOARD-FIRST ROW: Kanter. Mc Nerney. Roth. Coladarci. White. Greenblatt. Hotz. Vanbeeuwen Donohue, Leaf. SECOND: Worsek, Mengel. Anderson. Kendall Buckingham. ABSENT: Goldberg, Hall, Henschel. Rabinovitz, Rhodes. PAUL ROCKLIN MIKL FRII:DMAN BETSY JENKINS MARC S'roNI1 President Secretary Treasurer JOHN CLARK C'o'Head Communications PATTY CALHOUN Co-Head Communications JOHN CHIMOURES Library STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Fridstein. Phillips. Silver. Engelmann. Sechrest. Donohue. J. Worsek. Leaf. Finney. Jack. Judge. SECOND: Kendall. Rodgers. Knight. Calhoun. Weiss. Watkinx. Van Leeuwen. Goldberg. Hiawatha. Stix. Crown. THIRD: Robling. Nadherney. Corboy. McNerney. Roth. Solomon. Hou. Nieman. R. Worsek. Buckingham. Stone. ABSFNT: Dillon. lklarlin Spiess. White. Crump. Q A Q ,L SECOND SEMESTER REPS-FIRST ROW: Lacey. Ogden, Mack. Freed. Turley. Moore, Aronberg. Stone. Buckingham. Worsek, Leaf. Friedman. Smith. SECOND: Kuehn. Borden. Walsh. McCarren. Watkins. Adler. Lans. Mengel. Prince. Brubaker. Murray. Brown. Crosby. Tobin. THIRD: Howick. Crump. Robling. Burns. Nadherny. Corboy. Dieden. Schulze. Crowley. Orr. Jacoby. Mills. Sechrest. SUE SANDERS Co-Head of Art MARCY BICKEL Co-Head of Art MAGGIE MCWEENY Charity LYNN MCFARLAN Employment SALLY DRUCKER Financial ANN NESBI'YT Asst. to Financial KIT GOODFRIEND Friendly NANCY PHILIPP Asst. to Friendly RUTH HARDEE Michael Reese Projects KIM FREEARK Co-Head of Projects ROBIN STEWART Co-Head of Projects MARGARET YOUNG Publicity MIMI CARNEY Asst. to Publicity JANE GUELICH Co-Head of Service MARION MCCLURE Co-Head of Service LAURA LAPAT Asst. to Service GIRLS' CLUB ROBIN BECKER NIARGARET CORRIGAN HOLLY WILSON President Vice-President Secretary JUDY PETTY Asst. to Service BETSY HAAs Social GINA YELLIN Social Service WENDY CALDWELL Treasurer SUSAN BLACKWELL Chairman of Freshmen and Reps. -41"w-:U If WVU 43' W , -,yt Af Q Y., r ,1 5 ll l f 3 5 l P "-" t I4 li FRESHMAN HIELPERS-FIRST ROW: Rance. Wolan, White. Hassenauer, Wittenberg, SECOND: Horwitz, Hart, Howland. Healy, Drew. Manierre. THIRD: Blackwell. Watkins, FOURTH: Vorreiter, Dunnel. sv CLASS MANAGERS-FIRST ROW: Raab. Solberg. SFCOND: Frakcr, Sievers. TRI-SHIP LAGNIAPPE BOARD-LEFT TO RIGHTWTOP TO BOT- 'l'OM: FIRST ROW: P. Mit- chell. Oherndorf. Warren. Schmitt. Abrahamson. Mengel, SECOND: Ramsey. Nicholson. Thorsen. Lau, Rashman, Buzard, Sternberg. M. Mitchell. Wolfe. Catlin, Gill. ABSENT: Chien. Harston. Jupha. Schroeder. Tweit. MARTIN NAGEL Social Service Head BRUCE SANBORN Charities KATY RASHMAN Lagniappe Co-Director GEORGI: NICHOLSON Lagniappe Co-Director TED BRACKETT Publicity AL VANCE Service Chairman RICK FEDERICO Entertainment Rom RT Br RNSTlilN Co-C 'hai rman Arrangements SAM CTENTLES Co-L'huirnIan Arrangements DAVE CUTLER Usher Corps Head PETE MANNOS N-Club President MIKE O'GARA Ticket Chairman Joi-IN CHALLENGER Dinner Chairman JAY RITZEN Junior Class Chairman CHARLIE DENISON Sophomore Class Chairman PETER WALDSTEIN Freshman Class Chairman ,Af MARK ROBERTS President PI-,TIS MCNITT Vice-President STEVE NADHERNY Secretary ToM HARVEY Treasurer SOCIAL SERVICE SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD- FIRST ROW: Herzog. Ernst Stern. Yellin. Widran. Miller Minow. Katz. Feldman. SEC OND: Wile. Kopp. Hardee Nagel. Mr. Ward. Murphy Wright. Calhoun. Savitt ABSENT: Belzer. Cahn. Fre- mont. Grant. Jaffe. Grohsgal Rance. Silver. PEP CLUB JENNY ALLEN JANE HARNEY ANN JUDD BETSY MUELLER President Vice-President Treasurer Secretary SARA WALDSTEIN JOAN TISDALL PAULA MCLEOD CHRIS KUENZEL JULIE MCCOY LURA APFELBACH Head of Eligibility Eligibility Eligibility Head of Selling Art Art WENDY LEVERENZ SAND! WARREN KEVI VOIGTS MARY BLACKETT NIARY SMART Selling Selling Head of Publicity Publicity Publicity HOMECOMING BOARD-FIRST ROW: Schulte, C. Harney, Knight, Husum. SECOND Howick, Johnson, Wilson, J. Harney, Hillebrand, Petersen, Allen, Towner, Kopp. THIRD Kocour, Guthrie. ABSENT: Fedrico, Hackett, Katz, Ritzen, Witchurch. CHFFRLEADERSAFIRST ROW: Ackerman. M. O'Gara. Clark. SECOND: Fair. Rothermcl. O'Boyle. THIRD: Judge. Farrar. iiohrx. FOURTH: Burnett. Campbell. Burns. Ellis. FIFTH RUVV: Davox. Luudin. Powell. A. O'Gara. Jmnn LEAF PM 1, HAL xnxx F0-Head Math Co-Head Math xi 'WM POM-POM GIRLS-FIRST ROW: Witcolf. Scidholz. Hirmhhor Miller. Barnes. SECOND: Warren. Fischer, Blankenship C ll han. Crown. Meier, AHSENT: Fisher. STUDENT TUTORING PAIYI, Sms0r'KA C0-Prcxidcnt C um' Suri vox Language Jwxli, Bufklf Cn-President. Nlucr SOLOMAN Science AF S -RO TARY V ,v,,, .W-4, if GAY YOUNG CHO Bmcarrrr-. LESPINASSE IARS LINDSKOG lSABl:l,LlE MARAMBA Korea France Sweden Philippines RHa1N,x ORGLER KAIUKO TANAKA JULIA DIAZ-YANES Brazil Japan Spain 1 SHOJU YOSHIMI Japan AFS-ROTARY BOARD-Y FIRST ROW: Whittemore. Kluczynski. Cohen. Smith. SECOND: Martin, Rosen- zweig. Cho. Kujawa: THIRD: Ramm, Hoeger. Clarkson. Duff. Massey. FOURTH: Stewart, Hall- steen. Yoshimi, Malell, Sobotka. Performing arts GIRLS' ENSEMBIIE-FIRST ROW: V. Moore. Stiles. J. Moore. Fuller. Reichman. Joseph. Neuman. Sobel. Stein. Schelhas. Whitchurch, Harston. SECOND: Hartz. Diehl. Riley. Guelich. Hart, Larson, Ducey. Wolan. Quilici. Drucker, Martin. O'Gara. Connolly. THIRD: Colby. Carpenter, Tubbs. Geist. Voigts, Rest. Goodsmith. Deahl. Clayton, Lau. Woods, Kerr. FOURTH: Skaja. Mercier. Knight, Braden. Calhoun. Dreiske. Wells. Klaiber, Thorp. Johnson, Kilner. Lewis. Bird. ABSENT: Gielow. Gregory. Plochman. Prince. ' 'A Q Z - ff, ef J . .V Z .. i , I ' 0 1 ""'. H Q I 4 BOYS' ENSEMBLE-FIRST ROW: McNitt. Hart. Faris, Hall, Carlson. Eustis. M. Petersen. Cutler. Linden, Pear. SECOND: Baker, Robbins. Rollins. Tesar. Weinberg. Allen, Gill. Sholl. Sethness. Stems. THIRD: Didriksen. Lenthart. Meeder. Houpt, Armbruster, Morse. Stiles, C. Petersen. Sustman. Granum. FOURTH: Gray, Sampson. Naclherny. Milburn. Wynan. Cornell, Colwell. Mitchell. Staller, ABSENT: Borre, East. Hendrixson. Jeracki. Moffet, Rankin. V3 S CHORUS-OPERA-FIRST ROWI NiChOlSOn. Meeder.Sampson.CampbelI. Fotopoulos. Isham. Houpt. Kaden. Carlson. SECOND: Duff. Stults. Bodeen. Goodsmith, Kerr. Silander. Drew. Lau. Dunn, Lewis. Mitchell. Boyd. THIRD: Sternberg. Wolan. Rance. Finney, White. Guyton. Joseph. Fuller. Stein. J. Stiles. Maramba. Sobel. Reiehman. Anderson, Martin. Moore. Thorsen. Kelly. L, Miller. Smith. FOURTH: Diehl. Burnett. Riley. Harston. Manning. Whitehureh, Toombs. Bird. Woods. Rest. Hutter. Clayton. Niebank, Morse. Colby. Johnson, Borden. Klaiber. Weiss. Wyman. FIFTH: R. Stiles, Weinberg, Rice. Flannery. Handtman. Wells. Todhunter, Kilner. Heag- stedt, Dreiske. Rodgers. Calhoun. Thorp. Gless. Mercier, Hammond, Kellell. Reiehelderfer. Fekhouse. M. Milburn. Jeraeki. SIXTH: Cutler. Didriksen. McCracken. Robbins. Colwell. Vance, Lenthalt. Faris. Jaeek. Udell. Ewen. Tabin. Robling. R, Milburn. Rupp. Fnsor. Pear. Staller. Sholl. Summers. Linden. Shinnick. ABSENT: Fast. Fisher. Hendrixson. D. Miller. TROUBADORS-FIRST ROW: Armhruster. MoneriefI. Stevenson. Johnson. D. Lussky. Boyer, Fotopoulos. Mendes. O'Brien. Greer. R. Lussky. SECOND: Korsvik, Davis. Byer. Gunther. Hall. Fox. Jorgensen. Maeilvaine. Denison. Lee. Liebow. Milburn. THIRD: Wallens. Tiltle. Barnes. Filkins. Germain. Holton. Hardee. Biderman. McCracken. Carlson. Miller. ABSENT: Eaton. Handley. Heald. Lahey. STAGE TECHNICAL CREW-FIRST ROW: Green, Schmitt, Mo'ris. Gould. Abrahamson. McNally. Ramsey. Saylor. Best. SECOND: Nicholson. Moore. Doepel. Byrd. Foulke. Bloom. Tweit. Wolfe. Gill. Rosenthal. ABSENT: Martin. Schroeder. Weaver. MUSETTES-FIRST ROW: L. Miller, Turner, Clark, O'Gara, K. W:bster, Moles, Worsek. Royal, Hales. S. Miller, SECOND: Laura, Bergquist. Heinzen. McQuiddy, Plochman, Burns, Weinberg, Rest, Sullivan, Babcock. THIRD: Prince, Driscoll, Davis, Norman, Warren, Trompeter. Howell. Selvaggio. Braden, Polydoris. FOURTH: Lutticken, S. Webster. Robertson, Woolson. Joseph. Winston, Mulder, Hall. Heiss. Swanson. ABSENT: Drew, 1-libbard, Rowe. CHORALIERS-FIRST ROW: Maynard. Rearick, Dickey, Aronberg, VanMeter. Raymond. LaPat, Dillon, Lambrecht, Jasper, Furst, Byrum. O'Brien. SECOND: Blum: Silander, Graves, Fraker, Willi, Notbohm, Ensor. Duncan, Sechrest, Sampson, Mizell, Freeman, Peterson. THIRD: Shaw, Coughlan, King, Fair, Crawford, McCarthy, Jackson, Fuerstenberg, Belka. Mack, Stevens, Gordon, Carney, Nelson. ABSENT: Erlund. Hatch. Jarvis. McClure, Nordby. GIRLS' CHOIR-FIRST ROW: Walsh, Bro. Rummel, Greene, Sullivan, Tanaka, Schroeder. Menary. SECOND: Bischoff, Reid, Richman. Freeman. Jennings. Straub, Clark, Eix, Yowell. THIRD: Reinert, Wilt, Griffith. Kiskaddon, Barnes, Templeton, Solberg, Kramer. Merrifield. King. ABSENT: Allen, Boerke, Browne, Frye, Konradt. Miller. More. Myers. Prince. Wheeler. s 'g l CHAMBER ORCHESTRA-FIRST VIOLIN: Monson. Vorreiter. Beebe. Gustafeste. Johnson. Cloud. SECOND VIOLIN: Camras. Ball, Green. Addison. Burlingham. Mandel. VIOLA: Doerschuk. Lloyd. Dowd. Black. CELLO: Bakehouse. Temmerman. Howell. Good- pasture. Staller. BASS: Kraemer. Homer. Juillerat. FLUTE: Eckert. Shapiro. Schneider. OBOE: Cragg. Reinheimer. CLARINET: Schewitz. Gould. BASSOON: Schwartz. Douds. HORN: Heuer. Trcbaugh. TRUMPET: Knobel. Lund. Levin. TIMPANI: Haas. Katz. JAZZ LAB ENSEMBLE-ALTO SAXOPHONE: Temmerman. Brown. Twiss. Lindskog. Kiskaddon. TENOR SAXOPHONE: Gordon, Snyder, Long. Tager. Rosen. Mackevich. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Jenkins. Beebe. TRUMPET: Kepler. Askounis, Moldafsky, McLaren. Bird. Schneider, Bloch. Eccker. TROMBONE: Apple, Danielson. Southern, Martin, Benton. PIANO: Byer. Thorsen. GUITAR: Kern. Mandel. BASS: Niebank. DRUMS: Gielow, Katz. Watts. ADVANCED DANCE-FIRST ROW: Leiden. Dunn. Von Thury. Bernstein. Spector. Stern. B. Rest. Cohen, SECOND: Kelly. Kaden. Grossberg. Merrifield. Clayton. Seghers. McNally. Frazier. Mitchel. Rashman. THIRD: Tabin. Weinberg. Gless. Sugden. Deutsch. Ostergaard. R. Rest. Katz. Husum. Warren. Gellar. Robbins. FOURTH: Isham. Kellett. Ewen. Miller. Campbell. Staller. Iaeck. Silander. Fotopoulos. Sampson. Wyman. ABSENT: Armstrong. Duquette. Robling. Sternberg. Sidney. Wells. SENIOR ORC'HI3S'I'RA-FIRST' VIOLIN: Monson. Vorreiter. Beebs. Cztniras. Johnson. Weishzard. Cloud. 'I-ZICIIZIII. Minow. I,. Todhunter. Green. Long. Fekhouse. Addixon. Japhu. Burlinghztm. SECOND VIOLIN: Guastztfeste. Ball. Strunk. Mandel. P. Paterstm. Smith. Rosenwuld. Wynne. Goldeen. Keller. Lee, Heller. Cheng, Stein. Borden. Lnxsiter. VIOLA: C. Doerschuk. Lloyd. M, Trier. Dowd. Black. Reynolds. B. Paterson. Zuruvi. Rndell. Plochnutn. Rumnt. CISLLO: Iiakeholtxe. Zelimky. J. Iodhunter. Jnllec. .lozin Iiemntertnztn. Howell. Cioodpusture. Horwitz. P, Docrschnk, Neu- ninnn. Eliot. Sclmimmer. Nlefoskrie. Norinnn. STRING BASS: Krztenter. Homer. Iuillerztt. Rust. Nichnnk. Cf Trier. Sheldon. I-. Shapiro. FI.l,T'IiI-ix CI Shapiro. Eckert. Schneider. Dunn. Kztutl. Snydsr. PICCOLO: Schneider. OHOIE: Crztgg. Hawes. Reinheimet. Huek. ENGLISH HORN: Crugg. C'I.ARINIi'I': Cionld. Schexxitl. Herz. Morrison. P. Broun. John Ientmermztn. BASS CLARINIYIZ P, Brown. BASSOON: Schwartz. Donds. Meyers. Spitek. I-iRIiNC'H HORN: Heuer. Hutton. Huck. Muller. Irohnugh. White. Wippmnn. Angle. 'IRL'MPFI: CQ Brown. McNally. Knohel. fihien. IROM- HOYIH: Poe. Sorenson. Peterson. Steffena. ILBA: Becker. PIANO AND C'IiI.IiS'IiIi: Horwitz. PFRC'L'SSION: Doctor. Katz, Cottper. IIMPANI: Hum. HARP: Robertson. CONCERT BAND-FLUTE: Owenx. Weixhard, Gedo. P. Brown. Ciirnrdi. Sutherland. Western. lglitzen. I.. Brown. de Von. Rapalee. Dmidson. Budxxig. Dexries. Holcomb. OBOF1 Tipping. KOZIOII. MeCoskrie. ALTO S.-XXOPHONE: Twiss, liiskziddon. Doblin. Mensingu. CLARINET: Humphrey. NICCLIIIIINOII. Beehe. Muekevieh. Smith. Herzog. Crane. Cornelius. Tager. Keller, Roxen. Hanum. Pungrae. Long. Drwiegzt. Hawkinson. Prince. Tidermun. BASS CLARINET: Colwell, TENOR SAXOPHONE: Snyder. MacKenzie. HARITONE SAXOPHONE: Jenkins. BASSOON: Spitek. TRUM- PET: Mahowald. Bird. Powers. Eecker. Askounis. Moldztfsky. Beeker. Bloch. Eckert. Schneider, TROMBONE: Southern. Chadwick. Danielson. Martin. Benton. Apple. Neidig. Gitlin. BARITONE: Werder. Bronix. Green. Trezevant. P. Eckert. HORN: Wippmiin. Angle. Huek. Unger. TUBA: Henn. Wztldstein. ELEC- TRIC BASS: Kern. PERCUSSION: Treztdwell. Blair. Gielow, Cirode. Mayer. Rude. 202 Communications ECHOES HUGH MARTIN GEORGE NICHOLSON MIKE FRIEDMAN Editor-in-Chief General Managing Editor Managing Editor-Editoral ROBIN MAGEE Copy-Special Pictures Editor JUDY KATZ Copy-Special Pictures Editor ' PAUL ROCKLIN Copy Editor KATHY FRIDSTEIN Copy-Editorg Photography , JOHN KELLER Index Editor SUZY DALLMEYER Copy Editor, Art RICK BRAUDO Sports Editor NANCY GERRIE Special Pictures Editor ANDY HOWICK Photo Editor tlst. Sem.J GREG EATON Head of Photography flst. Sem.j JUNIOR ASSISTANTS-FIRST ROW: Maynard, Chapman, Powell, Mullaney. SECOND: Huggins, Kornhaber, Leaf, Kilner. THIRD: Spheeris, Gedo, Deutsch. FOURTH: Mack, Barron, Gordon. MARTHA MINOW Head Copy Editor ROB ALLEN Layout Editor 1 fw5i5if:3'iii- ' -few: i --1 SSX.. - . BILL REICI-IERT Special Sections Editor RENEE RUBIN Directory Editor NEW TRIER NEWS SHARON ROSENZWEIG HEIDI LAZAR FAEDRA LAZAR Editor-in-Chief JIM HARROLD Copy Editor STEFFIE GOODMAN Co-Feature Editor CHRISTIAN PETERSEN Co-Feature Editor News Editor Managing Editor l ROBERT Gourn Sports Editor JOHN LEVIN Head Photographer SUZANNE SNYDER Asst. Copy Editor MARY LAPAT Asst. Copy Editor BRUCE FREUIJ Asst. News Editor JOHN LINDAIPI-R Comptroller PETER NIE!-ik.I..lJ Asst. Comptroller ROBERT KAPLAN Business Manager REPORTERS-FIRST ROW: Maynard. SECOND: Rubin, Mercier, Shattil. Kastel. THIRD: Clorfene. Saltz. Anderson, Freed. Snyder. Mankus, Ordman. Cloninger. FOURTH: Bryant, Brumbaugh. Cangelosi. Gould. Marder. Rupp. Levin. Pryor, Egan, Williams. ABSENT: Crowley. Skaja. Wood. WN TH AMY ABRAMS JiM THALMANN JANET STHNER Station Manager Operations Director Office Coordinator Continuity Director WNTH--FIRST ROW: W. Cangelosi, Lorand, Kennedy Williamson, Wilt. SECOND: Sillman, Zeitz, Smith, Star, Schultz, Bowen, Solomon, Hayden, Koppel. THIRD Kuhn, Dunn, Raymond, Trilling, Suslick, Hulburt, D Cangelosi, Moritz, FOURTH: Abrams, Heisinger, Mizener Gelfand. Byrum. FIFTH: Holland, Clark, Grieshabzr Coifee, Nierman, Sullivan. ABSENT: Appelbaum, Archie Beaman, Brumbaugh, Eliot, Hoffman, Horwich, Hutter MacKenzie, Pancoe. Steiner. ROB BRUMBAUGH Program Director MARC S'roNE News Director JOHN BUZARD Events Director CHRIS Roaurm I . l . i ations Director MARTHA KOCH Student Director ANDY WILSON Production Director LESLIE STEPHAN Of'I'ice!Art Director CARRIE HEETER Student Utilization ITV ITV ART. RESEARCH. AND OFFICE-FIRST ROW: Suker, Carrier. Davis, Fishbein. Addison. SECOND: Garvin. Corrigan. Sullivan. Archie, THIRD: Pfutzenreuter. Askounis. Striebel. Zuraw. Brooks. Dearborn. Smith. ABSENT: Ginsburg. Hartz. Mankus. McCandIish. Pancoe. ITV PRODUCTION AND ENGINEERING STAFFS-FIRST ROW: B. Czmgelosi. Chadwick. Rubin, Addison. Archie. SECOND: Apple. Askounis. Weinberg, Garvin, Schultz. Smith. Summers. THIRD: Pfutzenreuter. Bradley. D. Cungelosi. Striehel. Raymond, Kemmerer. Mizener. Gelfand. Dearborn. M. Creagh. ABSENT: Cotlee. Cohen. Colman. S. Creagh. Dunziger. Eitzsimmons. Fuerstenberg, Gielow, Gottlieb. Hoffman. Kinney. Langan. MacGilliray. Redemann. Reinhard, Rodgers. Rosen. DE BA TE DEBATE TEAM-FIRST ROW: Rubin, Sillman, Jacob- son, Ramm. Cross, Sobotka, Mr. McClain Qcoachl, Brum- baugh, Rhodes, Powell, Clark, Lasky, Kendall. SECOND: Miller, Turner. THIRD: Mil- enkovic, Goodsmith, Bla tt, Tomlin, Kanter, Brubaker, Wil- son, Murray, Cam p bell, O'Neill, Sethness. ABSENT: Hallsteen. FOREIGN LANGUAGE PUBLICATIONS -nn-srwsslmn K FRENCH CLUB-FIRST ROW: Browne, F. Lazar, Minow, H. Lazar, Lee, Bi- schoff, Becker. SECOND: Barbee, Fawley, Shapiro, Iapha. SCHRFIBFREI - FIRST ROW: Pinkerr. Beard, Seitz. ABSENT: Baur. Downing, G r e e n. Lune. Peterson, Tesur, Tomlin, PRAECO - FIRST ROW: LaPat, Jenkins, Huggins. SECOND: McLeod, Freda, Dhein, Friedman, Shapiro. THIRD: O'Brien, Reichert, Nicholson. Roth. INKLINGS . , A - 4 - i ' T MS, :iii INKLINGS BOARD-FIRST ROW: Kadlec, Wardwcll, Hobson, Benner, Droege, Sechrest, Pieper, Blum, Gerrie, Geocaris, Webster Cphotography editorl, SECOND: Keys, Parsch, Kelley, Small, Davenport ico-ordinating editorl, Kocour, Kittredge, White, Sylvan, Reichert fco-literary editorj. Rodgers, Raymond. Melohn, Vorreiter, Mosher, Cheslow lco-literary editorl, Fish, Stein, Thrall, Hilarides, Judge. Blaisdell. PLA YBA CK CHR15 BROWN MARK WHITNEY Liz ADDISON JODIE RUST Co-Head Co-Head Co-Head of Publicity C0-Head Of PUbliCily MARY BEATON PETER BROWN SKIP Sn1c1N Head of Art Co-Head of Technical Co-Head of Technical Co-Head of Technical CROSS COUNTRY 4 as, VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Watts. Sustman. Lucking. Peters Rollins. Lane. SECOND: Mr. Almaguer tcoachi. Henn, Schumacher. Lyon. Ford. Sanborn. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Benton. Cloud. Winter. Kepler. Rodenkirk. Later. Beinlich. Gosh. SECOND Mr. Burnside tcoachl. Babb. Palmer. Swenson. Sullivan. Bark will. Neuhaus. Baur. Suvit. Peters. Schulze. SAL 7 79' lb dig! FOOTBALL Athletics VARSITY FOOTBALL-FIRST ROW: Kenyon, Guidarelli, Mitchell, Potter, Borre, Leonard, T. Castino, Katz, Chimoures. SECOND: Mr. Klein, Lawlor, J. Castino, Kolstad, Goldblatt, Cameron, Regan, Rees, Harvey, Mr. Peters. THIRD: Mr. Cichowski, Nord, Young, Federico, Jacobson, Black, Becker, Gilbert, Dieden, Mr. Baldrini. FOURTH: Brent, Ransone, Wat- son, Bunting, O'Rourke, Hoffman, Whyte, Schmid, Porter, Mr. Bangser. FIFTH: Pfaff, Crump, Randolph, Nadherny, Swiggett, Downing, Stewart, Hoellerich, Mr. McFadzean. ...r I 4 J.. 'Aft .n..Ln.. ., A Q SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Amundson fmanagerj, Marshall Sasaki, Ullman, Dunton, Hynes, Davis, Maatman. SECOND? Clark, Binder, Getchow, Crawford, Jenkins, Neidig, Pollakoff, Morley, Harvey. THIRD: Burns, Lahey, Millikin, Nadherny, Denison, Heald, Smith, Fox, D. Hall, Lee. FOURTH: Stewart McNerney, Gibson, Lasky, Hurley, Lacey, Seyfarth, Kelley, Perry, Corboy. FIFTH: Murray, Bienemann, Goodman, Huge Hornbuckle, McLaren, Oberlin, Pitt, T. Hall, Hardee. SIXTH? Mr. Leahy Ccoachj, Mr. Wamsley tcoachj, Mr. Stewart tcoachl Mr. Wagner Ccoachj. ABSENT: Feltes, Hosbein, Johnson Knoop, McClure, Welch. s FROSH A-FIRST ROW: Burrous, Nissly, King, Kenyon, Clark, Kingwill, Leonard. SECOND: Young, Hampton, How- land, Lillard, Nolan, Kerber, Meiersonne. THIRD: Baughman fmanagerj, Golan, Southern, Haser, Paine, Beutelspacher, Mathews. FOURTH: Mr. Denk Ccoachj, Gonnoud, Marsh, Nierman, Gilbert, Major, Hermann. Mr. Kruempelstaedter Ccoachl. FIFTH: Vail, Higgins, Shaw, Hoellerich, Mayer, Mohling, Clatman, Mr. Overlock fcoachl. Y Y ,..-.,,:,--. ., , ,, g ,,,,,,, ' ' Y X 3 E A i , , ah -2 1 2 A.. 4... ,lie .N , . Q 1 - lid 3 FRESHMAN B-FIRST ROW: Walk, Becker, J. Smith, Creaney, Samuels, Braband. SECOND: Towle, Dell, Waldstein, T. Smith, Rich, Bishop, Mr. Kahler fcoachj. THIRD: Steagall, Cooney, Taylor, Allen, Casey, Paolella, Bledsoe. FOURTH: Timmis, Peterson, Acri, Mitchell, Engelhardt, Beattie, Dougherty, Mr. Barefield Ccoachj. FIFTH: Zachary, Powers, Eckert, Stephens, Dunton, Manella, Ryan. ABSENT: Missimer, Sullivan. SOCCER Y X11 if -475 IR VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Heidrich, O'Gara. Spriggs, Spiess, Pendleton lco-captainj, Mannos Qco-captainh, Hibbard, Connley, Schulz. SECOND: Gutherie, Yoshimi. Clark, Rogers, Carney, S. Braudo, Bernstein, Weinberg, R. Braudo. Besant, Moss. THIRD: Horwitz Qmanagerj, Hendrixson Ctrainerj, Canon, McCleary, Hart, McNitt. Shapiro, Pear fmanagerl, Mr. Schinto icoachj. "i,'4' -our --fe at-0 :gui ,-- 4, X I , t i . i ,, ,K rn ,A-L., ,.-,ie A ii i -1 ., .Q M.. - Lx, -+V 15552, in X N 5 JUNIOR VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Selby, Challenger, Ross, McGrath, Barnett. SECOND: Rosen, Peterson, Caio Cunha, White, Kulp, Compton. THIRD: M. Drwiega, Cromartie, Rubens, Kittredge. Chichester. Watkins, Apatoff. FOURTH: Jacobson, Bauman, Muller, P. Drwiega. Karukstis, Mr. Schabel fooachj. FIFTH: Ciro Cunha. Howard, Tallant, Vance, Weibel, Thorp, Kirby. ABSENT: Buckingham, Freed, Massey. SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Carew. Hogan, Vignola, Arm- bruster, Castino, Landheld. SECOND: Huck, Maier, Korsvik. Jackson, Murray, Hindsley, Benner. THIRD: Mr. Hirsch fcoachj. McCarren, Macilvaine, Farrell, Leonard, Rein, Pickard. FOURTH: Abrams, Keats. Beebe, Biderman, Mink, Eaton, Lie- bow. ABSENT: Houser, Sommers, Stevenson. FRESHMAN-FIRST ROW: Emery, Carroll, Stein, Peara Kaden, Foley. Bush, Warton, Follin, Crane. SECOND: Boyd McCarthy, Giesen, Hirschhorn, Gross, Hatton, Jenkins, Peters Stix. THIRD: Garden, Tachau, Drucker, Smith, Huck, Wein- berg, Gregg, Montross, Barron, Mr. Mulliner fcoachl. FOURTH: Mathewson, Sale, Mackie, Mella, Gentles, Lapat, Shapiro Rubens. ABSENT: Gleason, Hynes. Winkler. GYMNASTICS VARSITY-'FIRST ROW: Culbertson. O'Brien. Wanberg. Drew, Beiersdorf. Schopen, Barron, Burnett. SECOND: Mr, Schabel lcoachl. Eisenberg, Sobotka. Weibel. Staller. Deahl, Pearson, Rissman. Tsehudy. Loomis, Leonard Unanagerj. ABSENT: Krimmer, Mack. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Bley. Van Balen. Becker, Toombs. Kornhaber. Giesen. Cameron. SECOND: Cohen. Tsehudy. Dell, Niebank. Kramer. Zuke, Cooney. J. Mellwee. Hubbell. THIRD: Mr. Denk ieoachl. Blum, Gold- berg, Vail, Wohlgemuth. Dougherty. B. Mcllwee, Schinler, Yab- long. Leonard fmanagerj. ABSENT: Banach, Craven, Crown. Gleason, Harris. Hatton. Jennings, Swift, Titterton. VARSITY--FIRST' ROW: Kenner, Bogie, lnman. Wall tcolcap- taint. Woodbury leo-captainil. Cutler loo-captainl, Jonek. Shaw. Piper. Zeitz lntanagert. SECOND: Mr. Robertson lcoachl. Mr. Cztjet lcoachl. Rosen lmanagerl. McAllister. Laue. Hillebrand. McBride. Brandenburg. Mr. Wolff tcoachl. Mr. Matz leoachl. THIRD: Hines. Strunk. Fuller. Mzxselli, Forbes. Baird. Poor, Ritzen. Clarkson. FOURTH: Martin. Eustis. Mcfarren. King- will. Lyon. Moore. Wilson. Fujikawa. Hull, Kanaley. SWIMMING t or , S QQQ' I is Gill E R S 23 S Givb. . gt. E Kg-: f .Q of W it., , ef . KZ , 1. Q XX l Sgxif Y: , -k-. S A 7' ' .1:, .5 SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Denison. Anger. Blair. Ciressens Ico-eaptainl. Ahlem leo-captainl. Jorgensen leo-eaptainl. George. Prange. Mueller. SECOND: Mr. Robertson lcoachl. Mr. Cajet fcoachl. Eckert. Germain. Martin. Murray. Corboy. Mr. Wolff Ccoachl. Mr. Matz lcoachl. THIRD: Hatch tman- agerl. Buske. Jones. Reed, Nordby. Koeller. Mack. Below, Pangrac, Poor. x 5 ' 1 l x vw SWIMMING I-'RESHMAN-FIRST ROW: Carroll. Rieger. Hcrlockcr, Baughman loo-captuini, Bogie tco-captaini. Morse too-captaint. Baur Stein. Sebastian. SECOND: Mr, Robertson tcoachi. Mr. Cajet fcoacht. Yahlong. Ahlem. VanI.ccuwcn. Werder. Mr, Wolh' tcoacht Mr. Matz tcoacht. THIRD: Urnans. Emery. McDonald, Appelbaum, Snyder, Jacobson. Fiscn, Hcinzcn, FOURTH: Levin, Noble Horwitz. Porter. Bischoti, Slcagall. Johnson, WRESTLING VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Wijas C60-captainl, King, Saliwanchik, Rothrock, Tager, Chandler, Binder, Johnson. SECOND: Mr. Kru ernpelstaedter tcoachl, Kelley, Krause. Eberle, Hurley, Porter Cco-captainl, Stewart. Mr. Cichowski tooachl. ABSENT: Goose Cco cuptainl, SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Mr. l.azar lcoachl. Britan. Armbruster. Jackson. Eckhouse. Daniigcr. Kissane. Gosh. SECOND: Ahrams. Kisner. Lundberg. Russell. Bcehe. Lasky. Pollakoll. l.usCer, Hoshein. ABSENT: Polls. ,F Q , ' W g, U 5 ' l X X .4 ,- - x O . me 1521- I ff'--. FRESHMAN-FIRST ROW: Peters. Crane. Heirlzen. Acri. Hirschhorn. Towle. Smith. Gregg, SECOND: Mr, Wamsley lcoachl. Southern. Zachary. Tager. Reda. Meiresonne. Paine. Ellis. Gonnoud. ABSENT: Johnson. BASKETBALL VARSl'l'Y-FIRST ROW: Brnckcll, Recs. AIxlIll'H'lISlCI', Allcn. Cuslino. Ordmzin. Egan. SECOND: Dnnslronm. Whylc. Nndhcrny. Welch. Cussudy. Kilimnick. Jncschke, THIRD: Mr. Hnrnsidc lconchj, M11 Schneiler Qconchl. Randolph inmnngcrl. Ackcr, Leonard. Mendelson. ABSFNT1 Hoellcrich. Nortrnp. Cirifiin lmzmngcrb. Luckow. 'ykiw TRIEH 'EW TRIEQ 3 E' 4 G' X.,f E 4 JUNIOR VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Rees. fTGZll'21. Egan. SEC'- OND: Leonard. Bruckell. Ordnmnn. Jzneschke. Whyte. Mr. Burn- side fconchb. SOPHOMORF - FIRSI' ROW: Clark. D. Hall. Krull. Nadhcrny. Mosher. Fox. Harvey. Benton. SECOND: Crcagh, Martin. 'I'. Hall. Bransky. Moran. Wall. Holton. Welch. Biderman. Mr. Fly lcoachl. Mr. Waldschmidt tcoachl. ABSENT: Fuhrman. Knowles. I-'RESHMAN BgFlRST ROW: Baldwin. Carmell. Boyd. SEC- OND: Mr. Leahy tcoachl. Hig- gins. Fink. Burton. Young. Worthy. Zazverskey. ABSFNT1 Clark. Ciocse. Moran. Shaw. FRESHMAN A-FIRST ROW: Stix. Peterson. Berman. Jauss, Pettersen. Beutelspacher. SEC- OND: Mr. Stewart tcoach J , Frank. Hoellerich. Mohling, Clayman. Hayes. Major. Rulfolo tmanagerl. FENCING FENCING-FIRST ROW: lpavic, Dancey, Surta. Morgan, Polkoll, Brainerd, Stewart. SECOND: Howard, Shapiro, Perry, Robbins. Grieshaber. Casey, Mcfahey. Stickles. Weatherhead. Mr. Mulliner lcozichl. ABSENT: Drucker. LACROSSE VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Cameron. Hoffman. Federico, Jacob- son. Hoellerich, Katz. Lawlor. Watson. Fair. SECOND: FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Smithson, G. Peter- McNerney. Gion. Hackett, O'Rourke, Becker, Kolstad, Schmid. son. Engelhardt. Witcoff, Fasano. Cacharelis, Nissly, Bain, Downing. Young, THIRD: Potter, Sanborn, Pryor, Ricketts. Cooney, Creagh, Chadwick. Martin. Howland. SECOND: Young, Bunting. Whiting, Langan. Clapp, Greenblatt, Knoop, McGoldrick. Pettit, Wohlgemuth, Barkwill. T. Peterson, Pollakolf, McNichols, St. Clair, Rosen- zweig. Mr. Fly Ccoachj. THIRD: Keys, Kelly, Perrella, Manella, Gilbert, Stoecker, Major, Hoffman, Luster, Wright, McGoey, Sechrest, Wroblewski. Styduhar, Baer, Gibson, Ryan, GOLF VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Clampitt. Montrois. Challenger. Chandler. Griffith. SECOND: Teffl. Stiles. Lund. Sider. Pfufl. Fisher. Mr. Curlstrom lcoach l. E L FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Nagel. Mohling. l.z1sky. Dunn. Young. Knowles. SECOND: Niermzm. Mzlalman. Rein. Byrnes. Monlross. Casey. Nlr. Schinto lcoachl. ABSENT: Baumann. Myers. TRACK VARSITY -FIRST ROW: lane. Suxlnmn. luclxing. Rwllinx Peters. Turner. SECOND: I'42ljCl'. Polydoris, Block llnumngerl Ransonc. Kendall. Johnson. lNleC'unn. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Kepler. Neuhaus, Hynes. Winter, Kingwill. Lauer. Bauer. B. Palmer. SECOND: Swenson. Mink. Heuld. Long. Morley, Gonnoud. Sillara. Burn- side. THIRD: Lillard. Oberlin. Whilford. Wells. Burns. Mr. Baker leouehl. Sullivan. Zachary. S. Palmer. Petty. Golan. Mr. Anlus leunchl. yARsITY-F1Rs'r ROW: Mc Gee imanagerl. Herrmann Fajer. Williams. Armbruste r. Friend. Leonard. Black. Chi moures imanagerl. SECOND Kenyon, Borre. O'Gara. Nord Nortrup. Harvey ico-eaptainl Rice leo-captainl. Angell Scheyer. Mr. Klein lcoachl THIRD: Mr. Stewart leoachl Harrington, Castino. Roth Meier. Randall. McNilt lco- captainl. Goss. Jaeschke. Dahl- heim. FRESHMAN-FIRST ROW: Walker. Smith. Foley. Beinlieh. Rosen. Moran. McCarthy, Klai- er. Dell. Marsh. SECOND: qaylor, Clark. Gummersall. Aeri. Peterson. Berman. Mit- 'hell. Matthews. Hampton. ffHlRD: Mr. Denk lcoachl. Timmis. Shaw. Mayer. Bird. astrow. Reda. Nolan. Mr. evcrnx lcoach l. BASEBALL Sill saw if SOPHOMORE-Fl RST ROW: Bierchen. Coyle, Benton. Deni- son. Goodman. Harvey, Davis, Milliken. Castino. U l l m a n. SECOND: Stewart, Schmitt, Fox. Hall. Lee. Anger. Biene- mann. Moran. Clark. Mr. Mul- liner icoachl. 223 TENNIS VARSITY-FIRST ROW: Lawson, Van Elk, Zollo, Mitchel, T, Buerger. SECOND: Hallsleen, Bransford, Culp, Kuhnen, Gordon, Carlson, Mullaney. THIRD: Mr. Davis lcoachj, Pollock, Lane, Tabin. Golden, S. Buerger, Ware, Besant. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE-FIRST ROW: Umans. Mullaney. Hale. Mathewson. Schneider. Yeager, Harris. Mackevich, Gross. SECOND: Mr. Kahler Ccoachj, Hardee, Turban, Burge, Kysar, Kirby, Brubaker, Craven, Berry, Doblin. Czxrmell, Carroll. PII LINIIIN NlXRK WI,IsIx,IRIx GRIII NllLLlR D.,IRRhI.I EIIIRI Team Spurlx IIIdividIIIIl Sportx AxSI.TC1lI11SpUI'lS Amt. lndividIII1l Sportx Bon Run Co-Director KINT BRAxsIfoRIJ ERNII: SCIIIITZ lxlARK KLIIN Tom lXlI'ICllI'l,l. Joi' GRIFFIN Special Fxcmx COl11l1lLlIllCilIlOflS Display Points Secretary S'I1-IN SMITH Co-Director IM 54" . WH -I ,II 'kxipi I I K '. nw X g.. 'N NNI S, t ii' 'W' V fi '11 IM STAFF-FIRST ROW: Amici. Stiles. Stoecker. Piper. ABSENT: Luckett. Pinkert. SPORTS SERVICE SWIM 'lilMIiRSw-FIRST ROW: Roberts. Cederberg. Lawton. Carpenter. Hart leo-headl. Dunnell leo-heady. Rest. Boyer. Dorrer. Schaack. SECOND: I.. Anderson. Murphy. Drew. Husum, Heagstedt. Hardec. Kauffmann. Bonnell. Harney, Mueller. Riley. THIRD: Fair. R. Anderson. Jack. Sehelhas. Goodfriend. Fuller. Hoyt. Moloney. Gould. Yablong. FOURTH: Hines. Tippet. VanLeeuwen. Konradt. Jones. Straub. Mercier. Merrifield. Slaght. Martin. Diehl. Cunningham. GYM LEADERS-FIRST ROW: Toombs. Cameron. SECOND: Beiersdorf. O'Brien. Weinberg. Yablong. THIRD Kinney. Holcomb. Cutler, Tschudy. Eisenberg. Schoof. FOURTH: Wells. Johnson. Pearson. Mack. Wohlgemuth. GIRLS' GUARD-FIRST ROW: Judd. Lewis. Dunnell Iasst. headl. Husum theadl. Hart lasst. headl. Boyer. Ashley. Mueller. SECOND: VanLeeuwen. Diehl. Riley. Rest. Carpenter. Lawton. Kaulfmann. Bonnell. THIRD: Redding. Jones. Dorrer. Moloney. Fuller. Delaney. Robin Mack. Reynolds. FOURTH: Anderson. Angelos. Straul1.Tippett. Merrifield. Mercier. McClure. Harney. ABSENT: Rebecca Mack. BOYS' GUARD'-FIRST ROW: Bogie. Fuller. Inman. Poor fasst. headl. Hillebrand lheadl. Jones lasst. headl. Wilson. Shaw. Piper. SECOND: Cutler. Woodbury. Lyon Laue. McBride. Wall. Baird. THIRD: Gould. Kunaley. Eustis. McCallister. Fujikawa, Healy. Brandenburg. FOURTH: Martin. McCarren. Andruss. Moore. Kenner. Ritzen. Watkins. Maselli, CAROL WANBERG GAA President SHIRLEY OYBRIEN Vice-President DEIRORIA DIDRIKSEN Head Of Communications LISA MIEHLE Head Of Representatives BARS KOPP Coordinator of Team Sports KATHY SCHAACK Head of Archery CAROLYN SEGHERS Head of Dance BONNIE BERNSTEIN Head of Dance GLORIA AYYAD Head of Gymnastics DEBORAH SMITH Head of Gymnastics JAMIE SEFERT Head of Hockey CINNY HAI.Es Head of Softball JUDITH YABLONG Head of Swimming KATHY MODDRELL Head of Swimming LISA MOLES IRARIN SCHMIDT Secretary Treasurer I DONNA PETERSON Head Of Tennis CAROL DUDICK Head Of Volleyball RUTH ROBERTS Head Of Volleyball MARY PAT SELVAGGIO Head of Track and Field GAA INTERSCHOLASTIC TENNIS TEAM-FIRST ROW: Strom. Geocztris. P. Solberg. Brown. Clark. D. Solberg. SECOND: Harris. Allen. Judd. Peterson. Frztker. Rance. Cohen. THIRD: Hall. Dover. Miss Frazier. Van Elk. Louis. Culp. ABSENT: Phemister. GAA INTERSCHOLASTIC SWIMMING TEAM-FIRST ROW: Hines. Merrifield, Moore. Yznblong. Warren. SECOND: Reynolds. Slztub. Tztssey. Nesbitt. Vztn- Leettwen. Moddrell. McCarthy. Sullivan. ABSENT: Allen. Buck. Donaldson. Ergas, Gill. Handtmztnn. Lee. McBride. Owens, Rice. GAA INTERSCHOLASTIC VOLLEY- BALL-FIRST ROW: Hales. Schmidt, Kopp. SECOND: Betchkal. Karukstis, O'Brien. Peterson. Dudick. Baxter. THIRD: Stevens. Tindall. Stuhr. Fox. Culp. Hartz. FOURTH: Caldwell. R. Roberts. Hall. Wztrdwell. J. Roberts. Bunting. ABSENT: Ambrose. Hahn. Miehle. Patrons ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS-Suzy Dallmeyer-cover and division pages: The Bernie Studio. Evanston: Mr. Bill Bywater and the Economy Advertising Company. Iowa City. Iowa: Miss Molly FldeMM'ltHkl dhJh l' ' an rs. r. 1'e ac' eman an t e a n and Ol ter Engraving Company. Chicago: Shelby Craftco Corporation. Joliet. Line on page 67: from a Mac-betlz by Charles Marowitz. published by Calder and Boyars Ltd.. London. Allen's Stationers Belgard Opticians Bob's Restaurant Christoph's Variety Store E.B. Taylor and Company Hardware Eckart Hardware Edens Plaza State Bank Fell Shoes and Boutique Games del Lago Glencoe Camera Shop Henry C. Wienecke The Home Exchange, Inc. Homefmders Real Estate Hy's Kenilworth 66 Service Station J.H. Kahn Realtors, Glencoe Klaiber's Shoes La Coiffure Salon Linden Store for Men Madame Baba Mestjian's Rugs Once More With Feeling Paul's Records Shawnee-Standard Service Station Skokie Electric Company Sugar Plum, Wilmette Terminal Hardware Tighe Realty Co. Touch of Elegance Utilities, Inc. Village Toy Shop Wally King's Music Center White's Drug Store Willow Hill Pharmacy, Northfield Young in Heart Bassett, Fred, 168 A a macbeth, 67 Aagaard, B., 167 Abbott, B., 176 Abbott, D., 67, 122 Abbott, M., 182 Abraham, D., 166 Abrahamson, S., 167, 190, 196 Abrams, A., 122, 148, 161, 204 Abrams, R. T., 174, 213, 217 Abramson, R., 162 ACADEMICS, 26 Acker, R., 122, 148, 218 Ackerman, Mr. Stanley, 147 Ackermann, A., 122, 193 Ackermann, J., 173 Acri, R., 180, 211, 217, 223 Adams, S., 162, 198 Addison, E., 172, 177, 199, 200, 205, 208 Addison, N., 183 Adler, M., 168, 187 ADVANCED DANCE, 199 B Bahagian, J., 163 Babb, F., 181, 209 Babcock, K., 176, 197 Babcock, N., 167, 169, 198 Babcock, W., 180 Babich, J., 169 B-ackstrom, R., 163 Baekgaard, H., 162 Baekgaard, P., 122 Baer, E., 169 Baer, R., 177, 220 Baere, J., 52, 122, 161, 193 Bagg, C., 122 Baileys, M., 162 Baillie, J., 176 Bain, C., 122 Baldwin, G., 164 Baldwin, J., 182, 219 Baldwin, W., 184 Ball, S., 173, 199, 200 Banach, Karen, 122 Banach, Kenneth, 184, 214 Bangser, Mr. Henry, 210 Bannon K 183 Barbee, S., 168, 207 Barchiesi, F., 122 Barchiesi, M., 167 Bard, S., 122, 147 Barefield, Mr. Morris, 147 Barkwill, J., 172, 209, 220 Barnes, Charles, 171, 196 Barnes, Christy, 164, 193, 197 Barnes, K., 122 Barnes, W., 184 Bain, G., 172, 220 Baird, W., 166, 215, 227 Bakehouse, J., 182 Bakehouse, L., 167, 199, 200 Baker, Baker, Carol, 165 Charles, 67, 195 Baker, Constance, 183 Baker, D., 169 Baker, E., 170 Ahlhorn, G., 181 Ahlem. D., 179, 216 Ahlem, T., 173, 215 Aimen, J., 184 Aitken, G., 181 Aitken J., 176 Aki, li., 122 Albrecht, K., 171 Alder, J., 162 Aldridge. B., 122 Aldridge, R., 171 Allen, James, 169 Allen, Jennifer. 51, 122, 161, 192, 229 Allen, Joh n, 178, 211 Allen, K.. 185 Allen. Leslie, 182 Allen, Linda, 170, 197, 229 Allen, Lindy, 166 Allen, Mark, 171 Allen, Michael, 97, 163, 218 Allen. P.. 172 Allen, Rebecca, 163 Allen. Robert. 75. 122. 195, 202 Allen V.. 122 Baker, Mr. Michael, 222 Baldrini, Mr. Richard, 210 Allyn, S.. 163 Almaguer. Mr. Benjamin, 85, 209 Almgrcn. K., 179 Almgren. L., 122 Alvarez. R.. 164 Ambrose. J.. 180. 229 AMERICAN FIELD SERV. ICE-ROTARY, 53, 194 Amici, M., 163, 225 Amundson, M., 171,210 Anastasia. C., 162 Andalman, W., 170 Andersen, J., 172 Andersen, R. Scott, 181 Anderson B., 179 Anderson D., 171 Anderson, E., 122 Anderson H., 122 Anderson Mrs. Jane B., 147 Anderson J. F., 183 Anderson J. W., 179 Anderson, Lynn, 169, 226 Anderson, Lynn E.. 178 Anderson M., 180 Anderson, R., 165, 203, 226 Anderson, S., 122, 227 Anderson T., 122 Anderson V. 167 186 196 Andruss, J., 122, 227 Angell, J.. 122, 223 Angelos. E.. 162, 227 Anger, W. H. III, 171, 215. 223 Angle, B., 179. 200. 201 Angst, Mr. R. Woodruff, 178 Annes, G., 122 Annes, J., 173 Antus, Mr. Robert, 222 Apamff, B., 183 Apatoff, M., 169, 212 Apfelhaeh, H., 173 Apfelbach, L., 165, 192 Appelbaum, H., 180, 216, 231 Appelbaum, P., 173, 205 Apple. B., 182, 199, 201, 205 Applebaum. Mr. Robert, 147 Archie, A., 183, 185, 204, 205 Arezzo, L., 171 Armbruster, B., 122, 195, 218, 223 Armhruster, M., 173. 196, 213, 21 Armstrong, D., 183 Armstrong, J., 181 Armstrong, R., 168. 199 Arnot, Thomas, 164 Arnof. Todd, 182 Arcgnberg, J., 170, 187, 197, 1 8 Arthur, L., 179 Ashley, J., 122 Ashley, L., 164. 227 Askin, C., 173 Askounis, J., 178, 199, 201, 205 Aspinall, S., 180 Aten, G., 173 Atkinson, R., 122 Ayyad. G., 163, 228 QP 'Tok Barnett, P., 165, 212 Barron, J., 183, 213 Barron, R., 168, 202, 214 Bartlett, A., 122 BASEBALL, 108, 223 BASKETBALL, 94, 218 Batten, P., 173 Bauer, Jay, 167 I av 4.11-Q " 3' L ima: M 1 General Index Bauer, Jodi, 179 Baughman, C., 181, 211, 216 Bauman, L., 170 Baumann, D., 174 Eaumann, P., 122, 193, 212 Baumann, T., 185, 221 ECHOES PHOTOGS-FIRST ROW: J. D. Weiss. Jon Karmel, Hank Appelbaum. SEC- OND: Dan Smargon, Tom McE1in. Connie Geocaris, Andy Howick, Greg Eaton. MISSING IN ACTION: Dan Krimmer, Mal Ewen. !Plwm by Foto! 1 Y' ,. 231 200 Borre, M., 176 Burnside . iq.. , .. l la Baumann, Mr. Wesley, 162 Baumgarten, K., 184 Baumgarten, R., 168 Baumle, D., 165 Baumle, W., 184 Baur, C., 185, 209, 216, 222 Baur, D., 122, 207 Baxter, J., 183, 229 Baxter, M. H. Jr., 164 Baylor, J., 122 Baylor, T., 176 Beal, Mrs. Kathryn, 178 Beaman, M., 182, 185, 204 Beard, C., 166, 207 Beard, D., 173 Beard, L., 185 Beardsley, L., 175 Beaton, M., 172, 208 Beattie, C., 122 Beattie, R., 178, 211 Beck, James, 122 Beck, John, 173 Berz, L., 177, 200 Besant, B., 163 Besant, G., 123, 212, 224 Bernstein, Lisa, 123 Beskin, K., 179 Beskin, M., 123 Best, K., 177, 196 Betchkal, J., 185, 229 Beutelspacher, A., 182, 211, 219 Beyer, T., 162 Bezark, B., 163 Bezdek, J., 166 Bickel, M., 168, 188 Biderman, D., 123 Biderman, N., 172, 196, 213, 219 Biemeck, B., 182 Bienemann, J., 172, 177, 210, 223 Bierchen, J., 173, 223 Bihler, C., 176 Bodeen, J., 179 Bodeen, M., 164, 196 Boerke, L., 176, 197 Bogie, J., 123, 215, 227 Bogie, P., 181, 216 Boley, T., 183 Bone, J., 177 Bonnell, B., 123, 226, 227 Bono, J., 171 Bonynge, J., 177 Boone, V., 123 Boothe, M., 175 Borden, P., 66, 166, 187, 192, Borre, S., 162, 195, 210, 223 Bosshart, Mrs. Naoma, 147 Bosshart, Mr. Rohert, 147 Bowen, K., 179 Bowen, P., 179, 204 Bowes, B., 123 Bowlby, J., 183, 185 fPh0I0 by Mclilinj Brennan, M., 176 Brennan, S., 176, 177 Brennan, T., 179 Brent, R., 123, 210 Brent, S., 166 Bridewell, A., 177 Bridewell, J., 166 Brinckerhoff, F., 179 Britan, S., 176, 217 Brittingham, B., 168 Bro, E., 169, 197 Bro, P., 123 Broberg, M., 175 Broderick, R., 165 Brodeur, G., 163 Buford, W., 176 Bunting, C., 184, 229 Bunting, R. S.. 124, 210, 220 Burback, J., 168 Burback, P., 175 Burge, E., 183, 224 Burge, M., 172 Burge, P., 124 Burgeson, J., 162 Burkard, A., 174 Burlingham, S., 124, 188, 199, 200 Burnett, J. 166, 214 Burnett, M., 175, 193 Burnett, P., 165 Becker, A., 162, 166, 720 169, 210, Becker, C., 164, 198, 200 Becker, R., 46, 122, 148, 161 188, 207 Becker, S., 179, 201, 211, 214 Beckmann, M., 169 Beebe, A., 163, 199,200 C 198, 213 Beebe, ., IV, 173, 217 Binder, A., 177, 210, 216 Bird, N., 167, 195, 196 Bird, T., 178, 199, 201, 223 Bischof, S., 170 Bischoff, B., 163, 197 Bischoff, Henry, 185 Bischoff, Hillary, 123 Bischoff, L., 165, 207 Bischoff, T. M., 180, 216 Bishop, B., 180 Bowlby, M., 166 Boyd, B., 184, 213, 219 Boyd, D., 185 Boyd, L., 175 Boyd, R., 171, 196 Boyer, C., 171, 196 Boyer, L., 123, 226, 227 Boynton, P., 167 Brahand, Braband, K., 123 T., 181, 211 Broms, R., 172, 201 Brooks, H., 123 Brooks, K., 184, 205 Burnett, W., 168, 196 Burns, C., 124 Burns, Mrs. Esther, 170 K 176 Burns, ., Burns, R., 172, 187, 210, 222 Burns, 193 S., 171, , 197 , A., 185, 222 Brown, Charles, 178 Brown, Christine, 164 Brown, Christopher, 123, 148, 198, 200, 208 Brown, F., 179 Brown, Gary, 169 Brown, Geoffrey, 123, 198 Brown, J., 27, 164, 229 Brown, Karen, 175 Brown, Kathleen, 167 Brown, L., 174, 201 Brown, M. Phoebe, 182, 201 Brown, Marilyn, 174 Brown Beebe, J., 183 Beebe, R., 184, 198, 199, 201 Beebe V , ., 123 Beezley, S., 123 Beiersdorf, B., 169, 214, 226 Beinlich, T., 184, 209, 223 Beitzel, L., 181 Beliard, M., 166 Belka, C., 177, 197 Bell, Mr. Robert, 178 Bellanca, Mr. James, 162 Below, D., 123 Below, M., 176, 215 Belskis, O., 181 Belzer, D., 147, 123, 191 Belzer, J., 175 Benedict, G., 123 Benner, D., 175, 213 Benner, S., 168, 169, 208 Bennett, S., 123 Benoist, A., 163 Benson, James, 123 Benson, Mr. John, 179 Benton, D., 172, 199, 201, 209 219, 223 Bergquist K., 171, 197 Berman, 'r., 183, 219, 223 Bernstein, B., 173, 199, 228 Bernstein, Leslie, 185 Bernstein, R., 123, 190, 212 Berry, J., 176, 177, 224 232 Bizzell, C., 166 Black, K., 170, 198, 199, 200 Black, Shelby, 180 Black, Susan, 181 Black, T., 168, 210, 223 Blackett, M., 164, 192 Blackwell, N., 174 Blackwell, S., 123, 188, 189 Blair, C., 163 Blair, W., 173, 201, 215 Blaisdell, E., 165, 208 Blanchard, D.. 123 Blankenship, K., 67, 179, 185 Blankenship, S., 123, 193 Blatt, B., 181 Blatt, W., 173, 206 Blau, P., 169 Bledsoe, A., 174 Bledsoe, T., 179 Bley, J., 177, 214 Bloch, R., 185, 199, 201 Block, L., 167, 222 Bloom, C., 172 Bloom, P., 167, 196 Blossom, D., 123 Blum, J., 171, 197, 208 Blum, M., 181, 214 Blumberg, J., 123 Bobrow, B., 164 Bode, J., 123 Bode, M., 176 Brackett, W., 123, 190, 218 Braden, M., 171, 174, 197 Braden, S., 163, 195 Bradley, D., 165 Bradley, L., 184 Bradley, Mark, 165, 205 Bradley, Mary, 175 Bradt, A., 172 Brainerd, Scott, 168 Brainerd, Stuart, 184, 220 Brand, C., 169, 198 Brandenburg, J., 165, 215, 227 Brandfon, F., 168 Brandlein, G., 180 Brandlein, T.. 168 Brands, D., 171 Brandt, Mary, 173 Brandt, Michael, 123 Brandt, S., 123 Bransford, K., 166. 224, 225 Bransky, B., 171, 219 Braudo, R., 43, 75, 93, 123, 148, 187, 202, 212 Braudo, S., 177, 198, 212 Braun, E., 170 Braun, Jerry, 176 Braun. Jonathon, 163 Bremner, J., 168 Bremner, V., 185 Brennan, C. M., 166 Brennan, K., 163 208,,l Brown, T., 177, 187 Browne, T., 166, 197, 207 Brubaker, w., 172, 187, 206, 224 Bruce, B., 185 Bruce, L., 174 Brumbaugh, R., 166, 169, 203 204, 206 Brumbaugh, T., 180 Brummel, S., 169 Brunder, P., 165 Bryant, D., 176 Bryant, J., 123 Bryant, L., 124, 166, 203 Bucholz, A., 179 Buck, J. 179, 229 Buck, M., 179 Buckingham, B., Buikingham, D., 168 184, 187 186 187 y y Buckingham, M., 124, 186 Buckley, M., 164 Buckner, H., 171 Buckner, S., 124 Budwig, L., 167 Budwig, N., 179, 201 Buerger, S., 112, 124, 224 Buerger, T., 171, 224 Buffington, A., 172 Bulfington, M., 178 P., 173, 177, 198, 200, 99 Burnside, Mr. Peter, 47, 209, 218 Burrous, C., 178, 211 Burrous, K., 124 Burton, J., 180, 219 Burton, R., 124 Busch, R., 181 Bush, C. B., 181, 213 Buske, S., 215 Bussell, L., 178 Butler, James, 171 Butler, John, 162 Butler, T., 165 Butterfield, P., 124 Butterworth, J. M., 179 Butz, S., 170 Buzard, J., 124, 190, 204 Byer, J., 171, 196, 199 Byrd, E., 167 Byrd, J.. 163, 196 Byrnes, T., 172, 221 Byrum, E., 168, 197, 204 C Cacharelis, P., 176, '220 Cain, C. 124 Cajeg Mr. Arnold, 163, 215, 21 Caldwell, W., 124, 148, 188, 229 Calesini, Mrs. Silvia, 179 Calhoun, H., 124, 191 Calhoun, P., 124, 148, 186, 187, 195, 196 Callahan, M., 124, 193 Cameron, A., 166 Cameron, James, 180, 214, 226 Cameron, John, 124, 210, 220 Campbell, A., 182 Campbell, B., 167 Campbell, C., 174 Campbell, J., 67, 70, 170, 193 Campbell, L., 167 Campbell, M., 176 Campbell, R., Jr., 177, 206 Campbell, S., 167, 196, 199 Camras, R., 163, 198, 199, 200 Cangelosi, D.. 164, 203. 204, 205 Cangelosi, W., 180, 204, 205 Cardais, A.. 165, 169 Carew, J., 184 Carew, M., 171, 213 Carlin, M., 124 Carlson, D., 163. 195, 196 Carlson, L., 176 Carlson, Mark, 124, 224 Carlson, Melissa. 183 Carlson, R., Jr., 171, 196 Carlson, T., 166 Carlstrom, Mr. Clinton, 221 Carmell, D., 180, 219, 224 Carney, B.. 163 Carney, D., 184 Carney, J., 175,212 Carney, Mary, 172, 188, 197 Carney, Michael, 124 Carpenter, V.. 124, 195, 226, 227 Carrier, P., 180, 205 Carroll, B., 181, 213, 216, 224 Carroll, D., 182 Carroll, L., 173 Carroll, Mary, 167 Carroll, Michael, 181 Carroll, N., 179 Carruth, K., 167, 169, 198 Carson, C., 163 Carstens, T.. 172 Carton, J., 124, 212 Cartwright, A., 178 Casey, B., 124 Casey, J., 165. 220 Casey, M., 111, 185,211,221 Cassady, J. 167, 218 Cassady, NT., 184 Cassid B ' 3 Y. -. Cassidy, K., 162 182 Casterline, C.. 124 Casterline, N., 179 Castino, J., 110, 168, 210, 218. 223 Castino, R., 174, 213, 223 Castino, T., 124, 210 Catlin, S., 71, 124, 190 Cawley, J., 173 Cazel, L., 176 Cederberg, P., 124. 226 Center, L., 175 Chadwick. Steven, 166, 198, 201 Chadwick, Sturgis. 182, 205, 220 Challenger, James, 183 Challenger, John, 166, 190, 212, 221 Chaloner, C., 182 Chamberlain, J., 175 Chamberlain, M., 124 Chandler, C., 183 Chandler, J., 165, 216, 221 Chapman, Albert, 177 Chapman, Andrew, 121, 124, 147, 148, 161, 186 Chapman, J., 162. 202 Chapman, L., 165 CHARLIE BROWN, 70 Charone, J., 162 Chatel, R., 124 Chatel, T., 173 Cheng, V., 200 Cheslow, J., 124, 148, 208 Chester, G., 169 Chichester, J., Jr., 166, 212 Chien, B., 124, 148, 190, 198 1 200, Childs, C., 172 Childs. J., 124 Chimoures, J., 125, 186, 210, 223 Cho, G., 164, 194 Chupich, D., 183 Chute, S., 181 Cichowski, Mr. Eugene, 210, 216 Clader, Mr. Carl, 161 Clader, Mrs. Geraldine, 170 Clampitt, J. D., 125, 221 Clapp, A., 125 Clapp, J., 171, 220 Clark, B., 172, 197 Clark, C., 67, 125 Clark, Deborah, 164, 193, 197 Clark, Don, 162, 212 Clark, Donald C., 72, 125, 206 Clark, Clark, Clark, Clark, E., 131, 211, 219,223 John R., 71, 162, 204 John w., 125, 147, 186 Juno, 183, 229 Clark, T., 89, 173, 210, 219, 223 Clarkson, J., 125, 148, 194, 215 CLASSES, 36 Clay, B., 162 Clay, Chris, 182 Clay, Constance, 125 Clay, R., 164 Clayman, J., 184, 211, 219 Clayton, S., 163, 195, 196, 199 Cleaver, S., 175 Cleland, P., 166 Ccgilee, R. Jr., 125, 148, 204, Coxhen. Daniel, 125, 175. 205. -14- Cohen, Deborah, 163, 194 Cohen, E., 181, 229 Cohen, J., 125 Cohen, M.. 125 Cohen, W., 167, 199 Cohrs, Heidi. 125, 192 Cohrs, Holly. 166, 193 Coladarci, A., 185 Coladarci, P., 162, 186 Colby, M., 125, 195, 196 Cole, D., 171 Cole, K., 173 Cole, T., 168 Collins, M., 70. 181 Colman, D., 1142, 196, 205 Colwell, E. D., 125, 195, 196 Colwell, J.. 183, 201 Comeau, J., 181 Compton. M., 162, 212 Comstock, J., 175 Conant, S., 177 Condrin, C., 125 Condrin, H., 175 Conner, E., 178, 185 Connley, L., 165 Connley, P., 91. 125, 212 Connolly, J.. 166. 195 Conrad, R., 125 Conroy, W., 173 Conterio, B., 173 Conterio, S., 125 Converse, J., 125 Conway, M., 182 Cook, B., 174 Cook, Mrs. Terry, 179 Cook, Walter, 125, 148, 186 Cook, Wayne Jr., 173 Cook, William, 125 Cooney, J., 180, 211, 214, 220 Cooper, E., 177 Cooper, G., 162 Cooper, H., 177 Cooper, S., 182 Copp, K., 182 Copp, M.. 181 corooy, J., 107, 124, 187, 210, 215 Corcoran, D., 182 Corcoran, James. 169 Corcoran, John, 163 Corcoran, K., 173 Cornelius, C., 173, 201 Cornell, C., 180 Cornell, J., 125 Cornell, R., 163, 195 Corritore, R., 171 Coughlan, A., 67, 170, 197 Couper, D.. 125. 198. 200 Couper, M., 171 Cox, J., 125, 148 Cox, M., 125, 147, 148 Cox. V., 182 Coyle. C., 125 Coyle. E., 173, 223 Coyle, K.. 162 Coyle, Madeleine, 174. 177 Coyle, Maureen, 183 Coyle, S., 179 Cragg, R., 167, 199, 200 Craig, C., 183 Craig, S., 165 W., 176 Craig, Crane C.. 184, 201, 213, 217 R. Jr., 125 Crane, Craven, W.. 176, 214, 224 Crawford, C., 175 Crawford, J., 185 Crawford, P., 163, 197 Crawford, R., 173, 210 Creagh, D., 175, 219, 220 Creagh, M., 174, 205 Creagh, S., 125, 205 Creaney, K., 178, 211 Creigh. T., 172 Damico, S. 181 Dancey, D.. 168 Dancey. J., 182, 220 Daniels. Miss Laura, 147, 161 Danielson, E., 166, 199. 201 Danstrom, R., 126, 148, 218 Danziger, J., 174, 198, 217 Danziger, R., 163, 205 Daswick, R.. 168 Daugherty, T., 165 Davenport, J., 126. 148, 161, 208 David, D., 162 David, S., 126 Davidson, S., 170, 201 Davis, B., 126 Davis C.1arles, 177, 196. 210. 223 Davis, Craig, 166 Davis, D., 169 Davis E. S., 171. 205 Davis Elizabeth, 126 Davis, H., 174 Davis Mr. W. Hughes. 113, 224 Davis, Jeffrey, 179 Davis, Joan, 177 Davis, Joanne, 164 Davis K., 180 11559 CREWS. 71, 196 Croak, M., 125 Croft. J., 167 Croke, C., 162 wi, Q92 117. Rv r, .P 94 C5 Davis, L., 178 M., 177 Davis. Davis, R. T.. 184 Davis, S., 163. 197 Davis, T., 182 4 3 .K K L kf -' j' 11111l..1s5s?111.s31t11o:... . W ,ffffhfn VFP Devroy, M., 183 Devuono. A., 178 Devuono, C., 165 Devuono, F., 111, 171 Dewey, D., 176 Dhein, B., 126, 207 Dhein, E., 176 Diaz, F., 179 Diaz, K.. 166 Diaz, M., 175 Diaz-Yanes, J.. 126, 194 Dicesare, J., 163 Dickey, D., 171, 197 Diclementi, C., 184 Didriksen. C., 168. 195, 196 Didriksen, D., 126, 228 Diebel, L.. 182 Diebold, G., 185 Diebold, T., 176 Dieden, T., 169, 187, 210 Diehl, C., 126, 195, 196, 226, 227 Dietmeier, L.. 126 Dietmeier. W., 180 Diettrich, S., 174 Dietzgen, J., 177 Dillon, A.. 126 Dillon, D., 168, 197 Dillon. K., 172, 187 Dillon, M.. 163 Dinning, li., 174 Disch, B., 180 Disch, H., 174 Doblin, B., 173, 201, 224 Cromartie, E., 168, 198, 212 Crone, D., 125, 198 Crosby, A.. 125, 187 CROSS COUNTRY, 84, 209 Cross, D., 125, 206 Crowley, B., 169, 187 Crowley, E., 168, 203 Crown, D-aniel, 172, 187, 214 Crown, Debra, 168 Crown P., 126, 186, 193 Crump,, A., 183, 185 Crump, C., 162, 169, 187,210 ' t C, ulber son, F., 126, 214 Culbertson, P., 185 166 Cullen, Cullen, D.. P-. 167 coio, J., 162, 224 coip, L., 126, 229 Culp, s., 176 Culver, Cunha, Cunha, Cunnin Cunnin L., 126 Caio, 166, 212 Ciro, 165, 212 gham, A., 164, 226 gham, C., 126 Corns, K. 164 Ciondoning, Miss Phyllis, 170 Denman' ' Clifton, K., 182 Cloninger, J., 164, '203 Clorfene, E., 163, 203 Cloud, C., 176, 199, 200 C., 177 Currie, D., 170 Cloud, M., 174, 209 Cloud, S., 168 Cloud, T., 184 CLUBS, 54 Corra, E., 170 Corra, G., 125 Corra, S., 183 Correa, Claude, 162 Correa, Constance, 125 Correa, P., 173 Corrigan, B., 177, 205 Corrigan, M., 125, 147, 148, 188 Cutler, Cutler, Cutler, Cutler, casey, 126, 215. 227 Charios, ies, 226 D., 126, 190, 195, 196 R., 176 D Dadian, N., 162 Dahlheim, B., 162, 223 Dallmeyer, S., 126, 202 Deahl, N., 126, 195 Deahl, T., 98, 126, 198, 214 Dearborn, C., 179 Dearborn, R., 126, 205 DEBATE, 72, 206 Deforest, C., 179 Degross, C., 168 Degross, S., 175 Dehrgtlow, S., 161, 170. 171, 17 Dekoning, E.. 183 Delaney, B.. 126, 227 Delaney, M. Q., 126 Delaney, S., 167 Dell, J., 182, 211, 214. 223 Dellow, T., 172 Deloomy, l., 126 Deloye, M., 179 Dempsey, Miss Kathleen, 163 Dempsey, M., 164 Denison, C., 174, 190, 196, 210, 215, 223 Donk, Mr. Gerald, 171, 211, 214,223 Denson, S., 126 Deppen, R. Jr., 163 Deraismes, E., 126 Derrting, D. Jr., 176 Dettmer, S., 173 Deutsch, A., 173 Deutsch, S., 162, 199, 202 Devos, J., 176, 193, 201 Devries, S., 182, 201 fPlmm by Snmrgonj Doctor, B.. 126, 148, 198, 200 Dodge, A., 171 Doepel, R., 111, 166, 196 Doerschuk, C.. 126. 148, 198, 199, 200 Doerschuk, P., 174, 200 Doherty, D., 126, 147 Dolan, P., 163 Dole, M., 170 Donaldson, C., 181, 229 Donaldson, L., 165 Donnell, Miss Evelyn, 147 Donnell, M., 177 Donohue. M.. 167, 186, 187 Dorrer, K., 126, 226, 227 Douds, B., 165, 199. 200 Douds, S., 185 Dougherty, H., 180, 211, 214 Dover. R., 226, 229 Dowd, S., 174, 198, 199, 200 Downing, K., 126, 207, 210, 220 Downs, S., 165 Doyle, K., 126 Doyle, V., 179 Drake, H., 165 Drake, Miss Martha, 163 Drake, W., 126, 148 Dreiske, J., 127, 195, 196 Drew, D., 127, 189, 226 Drew, G., 171, 214 Drew, P., 127, 196 Drew, S., 177, 197 Drewry, L., 181 Drewry, M., 127 233 Driscoll, M. E., 175, 197 Droege, J., 170 Droege, L., 127, 148, 208 220 Drucker, H., 182, 213, Drucker, S., 127, 188, 195 Drwiega, C. 179, 201 Drwiega, Mi, 166, 212 Drwiega, P., 162, 211 Dubner, B., 177 Ducey, A., 167, 195 Dudick, C., 166, 228, 229 Duff, F. E., 165, 194, 196 Dulin, Mrs. Lorraine, 171 Dunbar, R. Jr., 173, 198 Dunbar, S., 180, 198 Duncan, R., 166, 197 Dunn, C., 177 Dunn, F., 173, 221 Dunn, K., 127, 196, 199 Dunn, N. 179, 198, 200, 204 Dunnell, S., 127, 189, 226, 227 Dumon, D., 181, 211 Dunton, W., 171, 210 Duquette, L., 127, 199 E Eagan, D., 127 Eagan, P., 168 East, R., 166, 195, 196 Easterberg, C., 167, 169 Easterberg, G., 180 Eaton, G., 127, 202, 231 Eaton, M., 176, 196, 213 rr. Ellwood, V., 179 Ely, G., 176 Emery, R., 182, 185, 213, 216 Endre, N., 170 Engelhardt, J., 182, 211, 220 Engelmann, B., 175, 187 Ensor, C., 176, 197 Ensor, S., 164, 196 Ergas, H., 175, 229 Erland, C., 167, 197 Ernst, Sally, 178 Ernst, Susan, 167, 191 Etheridge, J., 171 Etheridge, S., 127 Eustis, B., 166, 195, 215, 227 Evans, J., 181 Evans, Mark, 165 Evans, Mary, 173 Everett, B. J., 179 Everly, Mr. Melvin, 163 Eversz, E., 127 Ewen, M., 66, 70, 127, 192, 231 Ewing, Jack Jr., 171 Ewing, Jane, 182 Ewing, Julie, 127 Ewing, P., 182 Exum, R., 185 F 196, FACULTY 82 ADMINISTRA- TION, 34, 150 Fair, c., 169, 193 Fair, H., 127, 220 Fishbein, J., 163 Fishbein, N., 180, 205 Fisher, M. A., 128, 193 Fisher, Terrill, 174 Fisher, Toad, 166, 196, 221 Fitzgerald, J., 183 Fitzsimmons, L., 174, 205 Flannery B., 71, 128, 196 Flauey, Mark, 171 Flatley, Mary, 128 Fleming, P., 179 Floyd, B., 176 Fly, Mr. William, 147, 2 Foley, J., 181, 213, 223 Follin, J., 181, 213 Follin, S., 128 FOOTBALL, 86, 210 Forbes, C., 180 Forbes s., 166, 215 Ford, S., 128, 209 FOREIGN LANGUAGE 19 PUBLICATIONS, 81, 207 Forrer, Mr. Thomas, 147 Fotopoulos, M., 70, 71, 196, 199 Fotopoulos, P., 128 Fougnies, Mr. Leon, 171 Foukal, D., 175 Foulke, D., 171, 191, 196 174, Fox, B., 175, 196, 210, 219, 223 Fox, C., 178 Fox, Debbie, 179 Friedman, Mindy, 174 Friedman, T., 179, 187 Frietield, B., 128 Friend, M., 163, 223 Fritz, H., 180 Fritz, J., 128 Fry, L., 181 Frye, G. D., 166 Frye, J., 172, 197 Fucirc, D., 185 Fuerstenberg, J., 128 Fuerstenberg, S., 67, 172, 197, 205 Fuhrman, C., 128 J., 172, 219 Fuhrman, Fujikawa, S., 166, 215, 227 Fulk, H., 172 Fuller, C., 128, 148, 215, 227 Fuigr, L., 128, 195, 196, 226, Fullerton, P., 128 Funari, J., 175 Funari, R., 128 Furo, M., 128 Furst, L., 170, 197 G Gadient, J., 129 Gariala, Mr. John W., 172 Gajewski, N., 178 Galloway, K., 166 Garden, Mr. Tomas J., 213 Garvin, A., 171, 205 Gaspari, A., 171 Gilmore, K., 172 Gilmore, S., 168 Ginsburg, T., 180, 205 Gion, M., 180 Gion, R., 114, 165, 220 Giordano, M., 167 Girardi, S., 183, 201 GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCI- ATION, 116, 228 GIRLS CLUB, 46, 188 Gitlin, L., 182, 201 Glaser, W., 129 Glass, J., 178 Gleason, A. L., 170 Gleason, S., 180, 213, 214 Glenn, G., 129 Gless, L., 129, 196, 199 Gluckman, J., 174 Goebel, K., 173 Goese, J., 163 Goese, T., 179, 219 Goessling, L., 129 Golan, D., 185, 201, 222 Goldberg, M., 182, 214 Goldberg, R., 163, 186, 187 Geiablarr, G., 129, 210 Goldblalt, s., 169 Goldeen, D., 181, 198, 200 Golden, G., 113, 129, 148, 224 Golden, N., 179 Golder, D., 184 Goldman, J., 177 Goldsmith, Mrs. Shirley, 164 -2 '- - - 'W 6 4 J' ' 1- - -. .. . ... 2 - .ou "' Q - 4 4 1' -A ' - . ,sq - ' K' 3 " ' bf: -di ' . Q, 4 -3: . If Q' ... , . ,- -7-.-.Y ... 1 , ', ..1,,. v..-- T- . .Q, ' -- 51.51, -.AY ' , M 1 e+...:19te rf. 627.2 1 .. - -- 2 -- Er eva, ,...'-- ' t - 1. 1 - A fe. 2 la . " - B2-3 ' ' A- ' ' -5' Aa" '. .I., "' 'O' "" , " 'I' - . '-Q : ' ' ' e. To 5' "1 1. 1 -. - Q-our re 6 ' 6.-rea,-ff., 1 1- , A - , 1 X. s . .X X -. , r -Y R ,th I . ' .sr , d .5-.'. - , jf ,::R',' ,. -W , . .- . , I . 6 an emia ., . zwreowr - . . 4- ,fa--9.0 -. -E' ' : ' H - 1. , fr. H I . 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"'--n...2-.r-.'."'.:3'f'- 1 Eberie, J. 127, 216 Eberie, Nl., 173 Ebert, D., 168, 225 Ebihara, c., 182 seeker, s., 182, 199, 201 ECHOES, 74, 202 Eckert, C., 127, 148 Eckert, M., 127, 198, 199, 200 Eckert, P., 174, 201, 215 Eckert, T., 180, 201, 211 Eckhouse, J., 70, 71, 127, 196, 200 Eckhouse, S., 72, 217 Edmonds, E., 174 Edson, G., 166 Edwards, H., 127 Egan, A., 175 Egan, Christopher, 177 Egan, Cynthia, 165 Egan, F., 166, 203 P., 127, 218 Egan, Eggert, B., 174 Eichner, L., 162 Eichner, S., 127 Eidmann, M., 174 Eisemann, L., 182 Eisen, D., 178, 216 Eisenberg, R., 99, 127, 226 Eix, K., 177 six, M., 163, 197 Eiior, B., 162, 200, 204 Eliot, D., 176 Eiiiou, J., 164 Ellis, A., 179 Ellis, C., 178, 184, 185 Ellis, Laurel, 127 Ellis, Leo, 184, 185, 217 Ellis, M., 170, 193 Ellis, S., 162 Ellison, S., 175 234 Fair, J., 185 Fair, L., 164, 197, 226 Fairman, N., 168 Fairman, R. Jr., 127 Fajer, A., 222 Fajer, C., 163, 223 Faris, A., 170 Faris, R., 164, 195, 196 Farrar, B., 127, 193 Farrell, T., 172, 213 Farris, F., 121, 127, 147 Fasano, J., 180, 220 Fausel, A., 185 Fausel, M., 127 Fawley, J., 127, 147, 186, 207 Federico, M., 162 Federico, R., 127, 190, 210, 220 Fee, G., 175 Feiger, J., 167 Feldman, C., 161, 191 Feltes, L., 179 Feltes, M., 174, 210 Felton,, L., 127 FENCING, 103, 220 Ferguson, D., 178 Ferguson, W., 168 Feron, D., 180 Ferretti, G., 171 Ferretti, J., 172 Fiegen, D., 164 Filkins, D., 171, 196 Fillion, B., 170 Fine, L., 178 Fink, C., 185, 219 Fink, S., 178 Finney, D., 177 Finney, E., 128, 147, 187, 196 Fischer, L., 170, 193 Fish, J., 168, 208 Fox, Dorothy, 178 Fox, K., 174 Fox V., 128, 229 Fox: w. Jr., 172 s 163 FOY, -, Fragassi, A., 172 Fragassi, F., 175 Fragassi, J., 166 Fraker, B., 170, 189, 197, 229 Franchini, A., 128 Franchini, L., 179 Franden, M., 174 Frank, A., 183, 219 Frank, D., 128 Frankel, C., 167 Frankel, J., 177 Frazer, L., 163 Frazier, C., 163, 199 Frazier, Miss Vivian, 147, 229 Freda, A., 128 Freda, C., 163, 207 Freeark, K., 128, 188 Freed, C., 171, 187 Freed, J., 163, 203, 212 Freeman, C., 167, 197 Freeman, K., 173 Freeman, Margaret, 171, 197 Freeman, Mark, 128 Freeman, N., 173 Fremont, L., 177 FRESI-IMEN, 178 Freud, B., 128, 203 Ffiigi Mr. Norman, 160, 161, Frick, B. 169 Frick, C., 184, 185 Fridstein, K., 128, 202 Fridstein, N., 172, 187 Friedman, Marla, 128 Friedman Michael 43 128, 207 147, 148, 161, 186, 202, Gately, M., 179 Gautier, M., 177 Gautier, S., 162 Gayle, D., 169 Gaynor, J., 162 Gedo, A., 183, 201 Gedo, P., 164, 202 Geist, L., 164 195 Geidermarrrr, li., 167 Gelfand, M., 180, 204, 205 Gellar, M., 129, 199 Genseh, B., 174 Gensch, M., 180 Gentles, R., 181, 213 Gentles, S. Jr., 166, 190 Geocaris, C., 129, 208, 229, 231 George, J., 173 George, W. S., 176, 215 Gerlits, K., 129 Germain, B., 180 Germain, W., 172, 196, 215 Gerrie, N., 129, 147, 148, 202, 208 Getschiow, M., 172, 210 Gibson, H. G., 183 Gibson, J., 162 Gibson, P., 171, 210, 220 Gibson, T., 129 Gielow, J., 180, 199, 201, 205 Gielow, M., 129, 195 Giesen, G., 183, 213, 214 Giesen, L., 170 Gignilliat, L., 167 Gilbert, A., 182, 211, 220 Gilbert, D., 173 Gilbert, Richard, 174 Gilbert, Rory, 162, 210 Gill, Mrs. Carol, 69 Gill, Mr, Franklin, 69 M., 183, 185, 229 Gill, Gill, T., 129, 190, 195, 196 I Photo by Krimmerj Goldstein, S., 173, 177 GOLF, 111, 221 Gonnoud, E., 105, 178, 211, 217, 222 Goodfriend, K., 129, 188, 226 Goodman, D., 175, 210, 223 Goodman, M., 67, 199 Goodman, S., 129, 203 Goodpasture, N., 169, 199, 200 Goodpasture, S., 129 Goodrich, A., 179 Goodsmith, D., 71, 129, 148, 195, 196 Goodsmith, K., 173, 206 Goose, B., 179 Goose, D., 177 Goose, S., 129, 148, 216 Gordon, Alan, 169, 202, 224 Gordon, Andrea, 129 Gcgclon, Catherine, 129, 163, Gordon, Cathie, 129 Gordon, Cynthia M., 184 Gordon, Daniel, 183 Gordon, Dori, 182 Gordon, E., 177 Gordon, Matthew, 172, 198 Michael, 168, 198, Gordon, R., 129, 148 Gosh, G., 176, 209, 217 Goss, M., 184 Goss, W., 129, 223 Gotaas, R., 173 Gotoff, E., 183 Gottlieb, M., 176, 205 Gottschalk, G., 129 Gould, Barbara, 185 Gould, Betsy, 165, 226 Gould, J., 182, 196 Gould, K., 129, 198, 199, 200 Gordon, 199 Gordon, Cynthia J., 184 Gould, R. J., 169, 203, 227 Gould, Mr. Robert L., 161 Gowdy, S., 185 Graf, Mrs. Ruth S., 164 Graff, B., 172 Graffis, A., 182 Grallis, W., 166 Gramm, W., 173 Granstrom, G., 129 Grant, Grant, E., 175, 177, 198 S., 129, 191 Granum, A., 129, 195 Graves, C., 175, 197 Gray, James, 66, 129, 195 Gray, Jennifer, 129 Gray, T., 167 Green, Mrs. Alice L., 147 Green, A., 171 Green, H., 169, 196, 201, 207 Green, Green, Green, K., 165 Sara, 129, 199, 200 Shirley, 179 Greenberg, C., 170 Greenberg, D., 165 Greenblatt, W., 172, 186, 220 Greene, B., 171 Greene, M., 167 Harrington, S., 162, 223 Harris, C., 131, 229 Harris, Miss Janet M., 179 Harris, N., 131 Harris, R., 185, 214, 224 Harris, W., 164 Harrold, B., 131, 203 Harrold, C., 175 Harston, W., 66, 131, 148, 190, 195, 196 Hart, J., 166, 195, 212 Hart, K., 131, 189, 195, 226. 227 Hart, R., 174 Hartel, R., 172 Harter, C., 131 Hartman, G., 166 Hartz, N., 163, 195, 205, 229 Harvey, B., 168 Harvey, D., 173, 210, 219, 223 Harvey, S., 181 Harvey, T., 90, 110, 131, 210 223 Harwich, E., 131 Healy, Diana, 167 Healy Healy, ., , Hebel, R., 131 Hediger, J., 165 Heeter, C., 170, 177, 205 Heffernan, F., 185 Hegedorn, K., 178 Heida, Beverly, 175 Heida, Bruce, 131 Heida, C., 183 Heidhues, D., 166 Heidrich, M., 93, 169, 212 Heinen, J., 178, 179, 185 Heinzen, J., 163 Heinzen, P., 170, 197 Heinzen, R., 180, 217 Heinzen, W., 178, 216 Heiss, L., 175, 197 Heller, L., 174, 200 Helmer, M., 175 Helmer, P., 178 Henderson, K., 171 Hendrick, L., 167 , M., 131 N 131 189 Hickey, P., 165 Hickman, D., 184 Hicks, J., 180 Hicks, N., 168 Hiering, Higa, T., Higgins, B., 172 Higgins, D., 164 Higgins, K., 181 Higgins, R., 179, 211, 219 Hightower, C., 162 Hilardies, J., 131, 208 Hilden, M., 164 Hilger, L., 170 Hillebrand, J., 131, 161. 192, 215, 227 Hilliard, J., 166 Hilliard, V., 170 Hindsley, S., 177, 213 Hines, D., 131 Hines, J., 131,215 Higgs, Maryellen, 164, 226, L., 170 167 Hines, Melissa, 181 Greene, S., 164, 197 Greer, J., 175, 196 Gregg, D., 180, 213, 217 Gregori, A., 169 Gregory, A., 129, 195 Gregory, W., 164 Gressens, R., 174, 215 Grieshaber, G., 130, 204, 220 Griffin, J., 130, 218, 221. 225 Grillith, D., 176 Grilllth, L., 165, 197, 221 Griffiths, G., 165 Grisamore, J., 174 Grode, C., 178, 201 Grode, J., 167 Grohsgal, E., 191 Gross, C., 170 Gross, G., 184, 213, 224 Gross, J., 49. 184 Gross, P., 130 Grossberg, S., 172, 199 Grossman, J., 181 Grossman, L., 167 Grossweiner, J., 174 Grossweiner, K., 130, 148 Grove, C., 168 Guastafeste, C., 184, 198, 199, 200 Guelich, J., 130, 188, 195 Guidarelli, R., 171 Guidarelli, W., 130, 210 Gulbrandsen, G., 174 Gulbrandsen, R.. 130 Gummersall, G., 180. 223 Gunther, P.. 177. 196 Gustafson. B., 130 Gutherie, F. W., 164, 212 Guthrie, J.. 181, 192 Gutnayer, G., 130 Guyton, J., 130, 196 GYMNASTICS. 98, 214 H Haas, B., 130,188 Haas, J., 130, 199, 200 Haas, T., 130 Hackett, J., 130, 220 Hackett, R., 165 Hager, M., 163 165 Hagy, J., Hagy, N., 166 Hagy, S., 182 Hahn, A., 183 Hahn, D., 173 Hahn, J., 183, 229 Hahn, P., 166 Hahn, S., 174 Haigh, M., 174 Hale, R., 182, 224 Hales, C., 170, 197, 228, 229 D. 174, 195, 196, 210, Hall, , 215, 219, 223 Hall, Mr. Dean D., 164 Hall, H., 164 Hall, M., 183, 229 Hall, N., 171, 197,229 Hall 196, 212 , P., 162 Hall, T., 174, 186, 210, 219 Hallsteen, A., 179 Hallsteen, C., 166, 194, 206, 224 Ham, Mr. Stephen C., 165 Hamilton, W., 130 Hammond, K., 130, 196 Hampton, C., 185, 211, 223 Handelman, David, 165 Handelman, Debra, 173 Handley, M., 67, 70, 176, 196 Handtmann, C., 169, 196, 229 Hanlon, C., 130, 148 Hanlon, T., Hanna, J., 177 Hanna, C., 171 130 167 Hansen, R., Hanson, T., 130 Hanus, D., 166, 198 Hanus, M., 183, 201 Hardee, J., 174, 196, 210, 224 Hardee. R., 130, 188, 191, 226 Hardy, A., 1723 1 Hargett, C., Harloff, L., 168 Harms, B., 172 Harms, S., 170 Harnar, L., 163 Harned, D., 131 Harness, D., 168 Harney, C., 162, 192, 226, 227 Harney, J., 131, 192 Harper, D., 168 Harper, J., 167 Harrington, N., 176 Haser, H., 178, 211 Haskell, D., 174 Massenauer, J., 131, 189 Hassenauer, S., 131 Hast, D., 177 Hatch, D., 178 Hatch, S., 174, 197 Hatch, W. Jr., 174, 215 Hathaway, C., 131 Hathaway, L., 185 Hatton, C., 182, 198, 200, 213 Hauser, A., 180 Hausheer, S., 166 Hawes. M., 169, 200 Hawkinson, S., 183, 201 Hayden, H., 183, 204 Haydock, N., 185 Hayes, C. III, 166 Hayes, John, 181,219 Hayes, Mrs. Judith O., 165 Hayes. Richard, 162 Hayes, Robert, 171 Heagstedt, N., 131, 196, 226 Heal, L., 181 Heald, J. Jr., 172, 196, 210 Healy, Daniel, 163, 227 222 Hendrixson, G., 69, 131, 195, Henkel, J., 180 Henn, A., 131, 198, 201, 209 Henneuse, V., 183 Henschel, C., 168, 169, 186 Henzlik, E., 181, 198 Herbert, S., 170 Herhst, L., 175 Herlocker, T., 181, 216 Herman, M., 131 Hermann, J., 184 Hermann, M., 178, 211 Hermes, A., 178 Hermes, C., 168 Herndon, S., 172 Herold, K., 131 Heroux, M., 174 Herrmann, D., 131, 223 Herzel, S., 167 Herzog, M., 170, 191, 201 Heuer, R., 174, 199, 200 Hewett, A., 131 Hewett, N., 170 Heyn, W., 180 Hibbard, A., 172, 197 Hibbard, W., 164, 212 fPhoto by Appelbauml Hines, S., 170 Hirsch, Mr. Carl F., 147, 213 217 Hirschhorn, C., 184, 213, Hirschhorn, J., 167, 193 Hirsh, J., 131 Hoberg, R., 131 Hoberg, W., 185 Hobson, J., 175 Hobson, S., 169, 208 Hoeger, B., 131, 194 Hoell, S., 131 Hoellerich, Jack, 183, 211, 219 Hoellerich, Jeffrey, 131, 210, 218, 220 Hoffman, B., 163 Hoffman, C., 165 Hoffman, Marc, 181, 204, 205 Hoffman, Matthew, 171, 220 Hoffman, R., 131, 210, 220 Hoffman, T., 166 Hoffmeyer, B., 163 Hofstetter, D., 165 Hogan, J., 172, 213 Holcomb, G., 164, 226 Holcomb, S., 182, 201 Holland, R., 163 Holland, W., 175, 204 Holleb, D., 131 Holloway, N., 180 Holmes, E., 183 219 164, 198, 199, 200 Holmes, R., 165 Holton, D., 171, 196, Homer, D., Hood, T., 166, 198 Hook, C., 179 Hook, D., 174 Hopkins, M., 132 Hopkins, P., 173 132 Horn, C., Horn, L., 132, 148 Horvath, M., 170 Horwich, R., 179, 204 Horwitz, Andrew, Horwitz, A 165 nthony, 185, 216 Horwitz, C., 178 Horwitz, K., 132, 189, 200 Horwitz, M., 132, 212 Hosbein, M., 171, 210, 217 Hosbein, P., 132 Hotz, R., 163, 186, 187 Houk, M., 165 Houpt, J., 165, 195, 196 Houser, J., 179 Houser, P. M., 173, 213 Hovey, T., 184 Howard, D., 175 Howard, H., 132, 148, 212,220 Howard, M., 178 Howell, E., 177, 197 Howell, P., 175, 199, 200, Howlck, A., 132, 192, 202, 231 Howlck, W., 177, 187 Howland, D. R., 183, 211, 220 Howland, D., 132, 189 180, 200, 201, 213 Howland, M., 180 Howlett, M., 184 Hoyt, C., 132, 226 Hubbell, C., 182, 214 Hubbell, L., 132 Huck, B., 173, 209, 213 Huck, M., Huff, C., 132 Huff, M., 170 Huge, D., 173, 210 Huggins, S., 167, 202, 207 Hughes, C., 176 Hughes, D., 183 Hughes, E., 175 Hughes, K., 169 Hulhurt, M., 132, 204 181 Hull, J Humphrey, L.. 184, 198, 201 Hurley, A., 171.210, 216 Hurley, B., 177 Hurley, G., 163 Hurley, K., 132 Hurley, P., 172 Hurley, T., 132 Hurwith, D.. 33, 162 Husum. B., 132, 161, 192, 199, 226, 227 Hutchinson, E., 132 Hutter, L., 167, 196, 204 Huyck, Mrs. Marion L., 165 Hynes, K., 177, 210, 222 Hynes, R., 180, 213 I Ickcs, A., 164 Igliori, D., 178 Iglitzen, C., 182, 201 Iglitzen, S., 164 INKLINGS, 78, 208 Inman, M., 184 Inman, S., 132, 215, 227 INSTRUCTIONAL TELEVI- SION, 80, 205 INTRAMURAL SPORTS, 118, 226 Ipavic, T., 176, 220 Irwin, B., 181 Irwin, E., 132 Isham, W., 166, 196, 199 Ismond, E., 165 Ivanovich, M., 166 Jack, N., J 132, 187, 226 Jackson, A., 172, 177 Jackson, H., 132 Jackson, Kent, 172, 213, 217 Jackson, Kimberly, 167, 197 n J acobse -1 , J 183 Jacobson, G., 168 Jacobson James 181 Jacobson? Jean, 174, 177 Jacobson, Mr. John A., 180 Jacobson Jon 132 148 Jacobson, N., '132 v Jacobson, P., 132, 210, 220 Jacobson, S., 185, 216 Jacobson, T., 164, 206, 212 Jacoby, P., 164, 169, 187 Jaeck, K., 183 Jaeck, S., 66, 67, 70, 163, 167, 170, 196, 199 Jaeschke, R., 97, 166, 169, 218, 223 Jaffe, C., 179 Jaffe, W., 164, 191 Jaffee, V., 184, 198, 200 James, David, 168 James, Deborah, 178 Jamieson, C., 176 Jamieson, P., 169 Jannotta, K., 183 Jansson, J., 173 Japha, I., 132, 190, 200, 207 Jarvis, E., 172, 197 Jasper, M., 168, 197 Jauss, D., 181, 219 Jauss, V., 168 Javore, R., 166 Jenkins, D., 182, 185, 213 235 Jenkins, E., 132, 147, 148, 186, 207 Jenkins, J., 171, 199, 201, 210 Jennett, J., 132 Jennings, J. 184, 214 Jennings, lv1'., 169, 197 Jennings, W., 132 Jensen, K., 176 Kemmerer, Constance, 133 Kemmerer, G. lll, 184, 205 Kendall, C. A., 164 Kendal, C. M., 164, 169, 186, 187, 206 Kendall, P., 178 Kenna, T., 163 Kenned' A. 183 Jeracki, w., 163, 195, 196 Jester, J., 172 Jiganti, T., 182 Johnson, A., 178, 216 Johnson, B., 132, 226 Johnson, Candace, 132, 192 Johnson, Catherine, 170 Johnson, Christopher, 172, 196 Johnson, Claire, 164 Johnson, David, 178 Johnson, Donald, 180, 217 Johnson, Douglas, 163 Johnson, E., 169 Johnson, James, 184 Johnson, Janeen, 132, 195, 196 5. . Kennedy, N., 164, 204 Kenner, K., 101, 164, 215, 227 Kenyon, R. Jr., 163, 210, 223 Kenyon, T., 184, 211 Kepler, K., 179 Kepler, P., 174, 198, 199, 209, 222 Kerber, C., 182, 211 Kern, J., 167, 199, 201 Kerr, C., 165, 195, 196 Kerr, T., 133 Keys, Katnleen, 133 Keys, Kevin, 166 Keys, Keys, Kilim M., 176 s., 178, 185, 208, 220 nik, D., 95, 168, 218 Kilner, L., 165, 195, 196, 202 Kinca Kinca Kinca King, King, King, King, King, King, King id, A., 175 id, D., 168 id, L., 181 D., 179 J., 172, 197 Lauren, 179 Lenore, 172 Marsha, 176 Maureen, 163, 197 Micflael 181 211 King: Stephen: 170,,174, 177 King, Kinge Steven, 179, 216 ry, T., 166 Johnson, John, 177, 210, 216 Johnson, Judith, 132 Johnson, L., 132, 199, 200 Johnson, M., 132 Johnson, Pamela, 174 Johnson, Patricia, 164 Johnson, R., 171 .lohnson, Srleree, 173 Johnson, S. Lyn, 169 Johnson, Susan, 162 Johnson, W., 132, 222 .lohnston, Dr. Angus J., 172 .1ohnston, J., 162 Jones, C., 172, 215 Jones, L., 167, 226, 227 Jones, Matthew, 173 Jones, Michael, 181 Jones, R., 173 Jones, S., 121, 133, 147, 161, 215, 227 Jordan, C., 133 Jordan, D., 173 Jorgensen, B., 133 Jorgensen, M., 177, 196, 215 .lorgensen, P., 169 Joseph, A., 174 Joseph, D., 133, 195, 196 Joseph, S., 170, 197 Judd, A., 165, 192, 227, 229 Judd, lvl., 182 Judge, A., 181, 185 Judge, M., 133, 147, 187, 193, 208 Juillerat, M., 65, 188, 199, 200 JUNIORS, 162 .luu1, T., 176 K Kaatz, L., 164, 198, 200 Kaden, Kenneth, 70, 71, 133, 147, 196, 199 Kaden, Kirby, 70, 183, 196, 213 Kadlec, D., 178, 208 Kingwill, J., 166, 215 Kohlberg, K., 176 Kohler, J., 133 Kohler, M., 173 Kokes, D., 180 Kolflat, G., 175 Koller, J., 185 Kolstad, R., 133, 210, 220 Kominek, G., 133 Kondzela, J., 179 Kondzela, M., 175 Konradt, C., 175, 197 Konradt, J., 163, 226 Kopp, B., 165, 192, 228, 229 Kopp, D., 133, 191 Koppel, A., 183 Koppel, L., 185, 204 Kornfeld, D., 166 Kornhaber, M., 167, 202 Kornhaber, P., 180, 185, 214 Korsvik, S., 171, 196, 213 Kozloff, R., 179, 201 Kraemer, M., 168, 198, 199, 200 Kraemer, S., 175 Kramer, B., 165, 197 Kramer, P., 174, 214 Kranick, T., 185 Krause, J., 133, 216 Kravits, D., 168 Kravits, M., 164 Krier, M., 184 Krimmer, D., 168, 214, 231 Kritchever, D., 165 Kriwkowitsc 1, Mrs. Linda, 180 Kroghhadmark, 174 Krosehel, Mr. Eugene A., 180 Kruempelstaeder, Mr. James, 165, 216 Langan, E., 165, 220 Langan, J., 178, 205 Lans, D., 162, 187 Lanus, G., 134 Lanzillotta, D., 177 188 LJHPB1, L., 174, , 197 Lapat, M., 134, 203, 207 Lapat, W., 180, 213 Lapp, J., 134 Lapp, T., 172 Larmee, E., 162 Larsen, L., 179 Larson, C., 134, 195 Lasky, D., 17.-, 210, 217, 221 Lasky, J., 134, 206 Lassiter, A., 174 Lassiter, F., 167, 198, 200 Later, J., 178, 209, 222 Later, S., 177 Lau, K., 176 Lau, S., 134, 190, 195, 196 Laue, E., 163, 215, 227 Laura, E., 181 Laura, V., 175, 197 Laveille, Margaret, 174, 198 Laveille, Marianne, 182 Lavin, K., 171 Lawlor, W., 162, 210, 220 Lawson, L. J., 166, 224 Lawton, A., 173 Lawton, J., 134, 226, 227 Lazar, F., 134, 148, 203, 207 Lazar, 1-l., 134, 148, 203, 207 Lazar, Mr. Zachary D., 217 Lazarus, C., 165 Lazarus, J., 175 Leaf, J., 52, 167, 186, 187, 193, 9 Lewis, C., 167 Lewis, D., 167, 195, 196, 227 Lewis, John D., 180 Lewis, John M., 134 Lewis, K., 134 Lewis, P., 171 Lieberman, K., 180 Liebling, F., 164 Krull, C., 171, 219 -02 Liebow, T., 175, 196, 213 Lilienfeld, D., 134 Lillard, T., 181, 211, 222 Lincoln, W., III. 176 Lindauer, J., 171, 203 Linden, C., 134 Linden, P., 134, 195, 196, 225 Lindley, v., 179, 185 Lindskog, L., 134, 194, 198, 199 Lingle, S., 180 Linn, B., 134 Lipscnultz, A., 182 Lipsc.lu1tZ, J., 134 List, D., 181 Littell, J., 134 Littell, N., 183 Little, M., 180 Littlejohn, K., 181 Livezey, B., 134 Lloyd, L., 179, 199, 200 Lochridge, L., 167 Lodge, K., 183 Lodge, M., 135 Long, H., 47, 135, 200 Long, R., 174, 199, 201, 222 Loomis, R., 167, 214 Loos, K., 171 Lorand, M., 164. 204 Loudin, B., 173, 193 Loudin, P., 135 Louis. R., 178, 229 Lowe. G. J., 135 Lowenstein, T., 135 Lowitz, T., 176 Luckett, A., 135. 148, 225 Luckett, Lucking, Luckow, K., 183 S., 135, 209, 222 G., 168, 218 Ludovice, K., 181 Luick, B., 173 Luna, M. , 177 Lund, A., 168, 198, 199, 221 Lundberg, P.. 177, 217 Lundberg, R., 178 Lundberg, S., 176 Mack, Kahler, Mr. Edward W., 224 Kahn, L., 133 Kahn, S. , 177 Kahn, T., 182 Kanaley, Kanaley, B., 165, 215, 227 K., 133 Kanter, J., 175, 186, 206 Kao, C., Kaplan, Kaplan, Kaplan, Karmel, 133, 198 D., 170 E., 166 R., 183, 203 J., 166, 231 Karp, D., 133 Karr, K. , 166 Karr, W., 168 Lussky, D., 172, 196 Lussky, R., 174, 196 Luster, D., 163, 217 Luster, J., 172, 210 Lutticken, M. J., 70, 170, 197 Lutz, R., 181 Lutz, S. 167 Lynch, lvlr. David H., 181 Lynch, K., 135 Lynch, P., 165 Lynde, A., 178 Lynde, C., 177 Lyon, M., 162 Lyon, S., 167, 215, 227 Lyon, T., 135, 198, 209 M Maatman, G., 172, 210, 221 MacDonald, J., 172 MacGi1liv1'ay, S., 174, 205 Macllvaine, W. R., 172, 196, Karstenson, M., 172 Karukstis, C., 55, 169, 212 Karukstis, K., 163, 229 Kaseberg, J., 133 Kashian, A., 184, 198 Kastel, J., 171 Kastel, M., 167, 203 Katz, B., 167, 199 Katz, D., 168, 198, 199, 200 Kattz, Judith, 133, 147, 199, 2 2 Katz Julia, 164, 191 Katz, Marcia, 181 Katz, Marilyn, 179 Katz, S., 133, 186, 210, 220 Kauf, J., 133 Kauf, M., 182 Kauffmann, B., 133, 226, 227 Kaufman, S., 176 Kavanagh, K., 183 Kavanaugh, P., 181 Kavanaugh, T., 165 Kearney, E., 164 Keats, W., 173, 213 Keefe, E., 164 Keefe, Marie, 175 Keefe, Mary, 176 Kees, R., 176 Kingwill, K., 182, 211, 222 Kinney, R., 173, 205 Kinney, R., 166, 226 Kirby, J., 174, 224 Kirby, R., 133, 212 Kirchheimnier, D., 171 Kirk, A., 133 Kiskaddon, C., 166, 197 Kiskaddon, H., 184, 199, 201 Kisner, T., 173, 217 Kissane, M., 177, 217 Kittredge, D., 166, 208, 212 Kixmiller, Miss Jean F., 46, 161 Klaiber, J., 182, 223 Klaiber, N., 133, 195, 196 Klein, M., 165, 225 Klein, Mr. Ronald T., 161, 180, 223 Klein, Mrs. Wendy K., 172 213 Mack, G., 171, 215 Mack, J., 135, 198, 214, 226 Mack, Kathleen, 135, 187 Mack, Kathryn, 179 Mack, Margaret, 135, 147, 227 Maureen, 176 -4+ iPhoto by Karmelj Leahy, Mr. Robert C., 173, Ledinsky, Mr. Raymond, 147 Kubert, A., 166 Kudan, D., 184 210,219 Kuehn, K., 134 Kuehn, R., 183, 187 Lee, Cathy, 177 Kuenzel, C., 134, 192 Kuether, M., 165 Kuhn, D., 134 Kuhn, J., 181, 204 Lee, Cheryl, 117, 181, 198, 229 Lee, Lawrence, 164 Lee, Lora, 134 Lee, Stephen, 176 Lee, Susan, 134, 148, 200, 207 Lee, T., 173, 196, 210, 223 Kuhnen, C., 175 Kuhnen, D., 134 Kuhnen, Jeanne, 172 Legg, J., 173 Kuhnen Kujawa: John, 164, 224 Jerome, 171, 194 Kujawa,John, 134 Kulp, P., 169, 212 Leggett, Mrs. Susanne J., 181 Lehman, G., 179 Lehman, T., 163 Leiden, A., 170, 199 Kunkel, C., 170 Kunkel, G., 180 Kuppe, A., 176 Kwoh, C. K., 134 Lejuene, J., 168 Lenard, Mrs. Sue J., 147, 160, 161 Lenihan, R., 168, 195, 196 Keever, S., 162 Kehm, Miss Elaine M., 172 Keithley J., 175 Keller, Cathy, 181, 198, 200 Keller, Cindy, 183, 201 Keller, J., 133, 198, 202 Keller, M., 176 Keller, O., 172 Kelleu, R., 69, 168, 196, 199 Kelley, K., 133 Klinge, A., 182 Klinge, J., Klin e R 162 171 Mack, R., 169, 197, 202, 227 Mackenzie, K., 182 Mackenzie, Mark, 162, 201, 204 Mackenzie, Mary, 168 Mackevich, J., 178, 199, 201, 224 Mackie, C., 185, 213 Macomber, M., 172 Madden, A., 184 Magee, Rebecca, 181 Magee, Robin, 135, 202 Mahowald, J. 168, 201 Mahowald, Mi, 175 Maier, P., 174,213 Maize, W., 165 Majcwski, J., 173. Majewski, W., 163 Major, B., 167 Major, R., 184, 211, 219, 220 Malone, J., 173 Malone, W., 174 Mals, M., 182 Mals, N., 135 Maltz, J., 162 Mandel, D., 173, 199 Mandel, J., 178, 198, 199, 200 Mandel, L., 135 Mandel, R., 169 Manella, James, 178, 211, 220 Manella, Joan, 164 8 , -1 Kluczynski, J. 167, 194 Kluezynslei, lvl., 174 Kmieciak, H., 163 Kmieciak, M., 133 Knight, E., 133, 186, 187 Knobel, L., 177, 199, 200 Kn00p, S., 170, 176, 210, 220 Kysar, C., 175, 224 Leonard, J., 176 Leonard, K., 162, 210, 218, 223 L Leonard, Kerry, 177, 213 Leonard, Kolin, 184, 185, 211, Lbd',M.J H., 166 214 Lzcgyfepu 1r75, 23135 Leonard, Maryellen, 166 Leonard, Michael, 134 Leslie, A., 171 Lespinasse, B., 134, 194 Leverentz, Mr. Rodney J., 161 Leverentz, T., 134 Lacey, T., 185, 187 LACROSSE, 114, 220 LAGNIAPPE, 62 Manella, K., 170 Manierre, J., 173 Manierre, L., 135, 189 Manker, Jalaine, 135 Manker, James, 178 Mankus, A., 175 Mankus, N., 169, 203, 205 Manley, Mr. Michael T., 173 Mann. J., 181, 185 Kelley, L., 133 Knott, S., 175 Kelley, S., 177, 208 Kelley, T., 171, 210, 216 Kelly, B., 66, 70, 133, 196, 199 Kelly, E., 173, 220 Kelly, J., 162 Kelly, S., 180 Kelly, Thomas, 133 Kelly, Timothy, 180 Kemmerer, Claire, 167 236 Knowles, M., 175, 219, 221 Knudsen, R., 184 Koch, J., 168 Koch, K. P., 133, 186 Koch, M., 161, 166, 205 Kocour, M., 169, 192, 208 Koeller, D., 177, 215 Koeller, P., 133 Koff, K., 185 Laney, H. K., 176, 196,210 Lambert, R., 184 Lambrecht, C., 174 Lambrecht, M., 167, 197 Lampert, W. 179 Landfield, M'., 174, 213 Landon, S., 174 Lane, M., 164, 224 Lane, P., 107, 134, 207, 209, 222 Leverenz, W., 163, 192 Levin , D., 167 Levin, J., 172, 203 Levin, L., 168, 198, 199, 203 Levin , S., 185, 216 Levine, J., 47, 134 Levine, N., 179 Levinson, B., 175 Levy, M., 172 Lewis, B., 174 Mann, P., 162 Mann, V., 182 M?glg1lHg, J., 67, 70, 135, 148, MQHEIOS, P., 92, 135, 161, 190, 1 Manos, T., 173 Manzano, L. 165 Maraniba, NK, 162, 194, 196 Mueller. D.. 167 Maranda. Maranda. D.. 177 XY.. 135 Marden. P.. 16-1 Mardcr, T.. 167, 169. 1113 Markham. C.. 183. 198 S 177 Markin. . Marks, A1 ikn. inn Marks. Andrew. 185 Marmel, N ' 1 lrs, blossom P.. 171 Marqi ardt. R.. 168 M arra 5 n. J.. 18 H 178 'll '71 Marsn. .. . - . --. Marsh. K.. 18-1. 185 Marsh. M.. 16. Marsh. Re s ed. 176 Marsh, Roger, 135 Marshal . Marshal . 1 1 115 1 N 166 Marshall. 176. 1111 A 175 7 Martin. Martin, B.. 135. 1-6 Q 135 Martin. ' .. 169. 196 Martin. E 176 Martin. Gary 171. 115 Martin. Gregory. 1145. 110 1V1arl111, H.. 135. 161. 187. 1111 341 Martin, J.. 180 Martin. P.. 167. 194. 195. 196. 101 Martin, Martin. 'r w 1 T.. 1.7. 199, 101. -19 Scott E., 180. 115 Martin, Scott 1.., 135. 127 Marvin, A.. 179 Mase. C.. 135. 148 wlq 1 Maselli. J.. 135. 148. - .. Mason. Karen. 135 Mason. Katherine. 135 Mason. S.. 1711 S 174 Massey. Massey, T.. 161. 194. 313 Masterton. M.. 169 Matell. P. . 194. 198 Mather. M. 135 Mathers. A.. 176' x Mathewson. .l, K.. 181, 112. 114 Matthews. B.. 135 Matthews. C.. 135. 148. 186 Matthews. J.. 89. 180. 111.113 Matthews. N.. 180 Mall. Mr. Eric K.. 181. 115. 116 Mayer. J.. 135 Mayer. K.. 183 Mayer, T.. 1811 '111 711 3' Maynard. M ay nard. 1 . - . --3 B.. 168. 197 K.. 168. 101, 103 McAl1ister.J., 168. 115. 12' McAulit1e. P.. 135 Mcliride. Q.. iw. :zu - Mcliride. J.. 101. 166, 115,117 McCabe. G.. 135 McCabe. S.. 181 "it1'e 5 Met . ri McCahe3. 5. M., 13. X1.. 103, 165. 1111 McCammon. C.. 180. 101 N1CQ5l1l1L1115.'l. C.. 179. 105 McCann. D.. 1.16. 111 McCann. T.. 173 McCarren. .vl.. 136, 148. 187. 115. 117 McCarren. W.. 177. 113 NJCCUFIID. Cy.. 175. 197, 119 McCarthy. J.. 184. 113, 113 McCarthy. M.. 136 McCaughey. K.. 136 McClain. A., 136 McClain. Mr. Thomas B.. 73. 706 McClear5. N., 136, 111 McClear5. P.. 173 McClellan. J.. 174 McClure. M.. 167. 188. 197. 117 McClure. McConnel w.. 171, 1111 1. ia.. 166 McCormick. H.. 171 McCoskrie. C.. 185. 2110, 101 McCosxr.e. 169. 198. 100 McCoy, J.. 1111. 191 McCracke McDermo n. D.. 70, 171, 196 ti. J.. 169 McDonald. B., 181. 216 McDonald. Donna. 164 McDonell. D.. 165, 198 MeDonoug.1. E.. 167 McDowell. L.. 175 McDowell. Mr, Pnilip W.. 173 McEachro n. D.. 166 MeE1in, T.. 166, 231 McFarlan. L.. 166, 188 McGee. S .. 164. 113 McGeever. C., 181 McGeever . M.. 136 McGeever. W.. 166 Mitchell Mliioey. H.. 165 McGoey, M.. 177, 2111 McGoldrick. M., 165 McGoldrick. P. Jr., 174. 1111 McGrath. T.. 169, 111 McGuane. T.. 171 McGuinness. M., 176 McGuire. Mrs. Mary lda, 34 Mcllwee, B., 171, 214 Mcllwee, J.. 178, 214 Melntosh. R., 172 Mclntyre. J., 136 Mclntyre. W. S., 172 McKay. D.. 183 167 McKay, J.. McKeever, D., 167 McKinsey, M., 181 McKissiCk. A.. 136 McKissick, C.. 178 McLaren. D., 171, 198, 199, 110 McLaren, G., 167 McLellan, D.. 173 McLellan. M., 181 McLellan W 161 McLeod. 'A.. 'iss 5 McLeod, M.. 179 McLeod. P.. 170, 191. 107 McMahon. J.. 171 McMurray, A.. 171 McNally, J.. 174. 177. 198. 199 McNally, P.. 136. 196. 198,100 McNamara. B.. 165 McNamara. M.. 181 MeNerney. D.. 177. 186. 181. 110. 1111 McNichols. M.. 168 lVlcNichols. T.. 174. 1111 McNitt. P.. 108. 136, 1911. 195. 111. 113 McQuiddy. A.. 176. 197 McVv'eeny, D.. Jr.. 169 McVVeeny. M. 136. 188 Meacham. A., 179 Mead. C.. 174 Mead. VV., 136 Meardv. K.. 136 Mecartney. H.. 1811 Meder, R., 168 Mendelson. A.. 168. 198, 118 Mendes. R.. 173. 196 Mengel. 165. 186. 18 190 Mensingzi. T.. 173. 101 Mercer, J., 169 Mercer. R.. 181 Mercier. M.. 166, 195. 196. 1113. 116, 117 Merens. 11.. 176 Merkel. .l.. 176, 198 Merrell. R., 136 Merrifield, llarhara. 167 197. 116. 117. 119 Merrifield. lietsey. 169. 199 Merrill. 11.. 168 Mesirow. J.. 136 Mestjian, Mrs. Carey J.. 160. 161. 161 Metcoff. A.. 185 Methc. C.. 176 Metzger. Mr. H. Earle. 161. 166 Meyer. Deborah. 161 1611, Miller, C.. 171, 106 Miller. Miller. Miller 196. Miller. N1111ef. Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller. Miller Miller. Miller Miller Miller Miller D., 196, Gail, 164 Geotfrey, 67. 711, 171. 199 Gregory. 163. 115 Joyce. 169. 197 Julia. 137. 191 K.. 181 Laura. 177, 197 Lisa, 167, 193. 196 Mark. 161 Maxwell. 70. 179 P.. 161. 165. 169 Robert. 17-1 Russell. 137 Sarah. 176, 197 Steven. 166 Milliken. J., 171. 113 Milliken. 1... 179 Millikin. J., 137. 1111 Mills. M.. 165. 187 Minar. E.. 169 Medow, J., 178, 185 Meeder, C.. 161. 195. 196 Meeder. R.. 136 Megan, S., 136 Megan. W., 176 Meier, Barb, 165 Meier, Bruce, 185 Meier, D., 179 Meier, M., 136, 113 Meier, N., 136. 193 Meier, R., 177 Meier, S., 179 Meikle, E., 170 Meiresonne, Joyce. 176 Meiresonne, Judith, 174 Meiresonne, R., 185. 111, 117 Meister, H., 136 Melford, M., 182 Mella, J., 183, 213 Mella, P.. 136 Mellon, C., 170 Melohn. L., 179, 208 Menary, M.. 169, 197 Milener. J.. 180. 104. 1115 Moddrcll. K., 137. 118. 119 Moeller, C.. 184 Motlett. D.. 137, 195 Mohling, T.. 180, 111. 119. 'ZZ' Molc1a1'sky.J.. 181, 199. 101 ' ' ww Moles. 11.. 174. 191. --8 s Moloney. 167. 116. -1' Moncrieli, K.. 173. 196 Monson. R.. 164, 199, 1011 Montross. D.. 184. 113. 111 Montross. J.. 175, 111 Moore. A.. 169. 196 Moore. C.. 183 Moore, J.. 137. 195 Moore. L.. 184 Moore, M. Melissa, 184, 18'. 119 Moore. Malcolm, 164. 115.117 Moore. Mark. 176 Moore. Mienael. 161 Moore. R.. 137 Moore, 161 Moore. V.. 167. 195. 196 Moran, C.. 175 lvioran, r.. 176. 119. 113 Moran. J.. 168 Moran, M. S.. 168 Moran, T., 184. 119, 113 Morand, VV., 184 More. 11.. 164. 197 Moreau. Mrs. Rose K., 161, 166 Moreno. 181 Vlorgit. Morgan 1 1 i r . C.. 184 11.. 178. 110 Morgar 1. M.. 176 Morgen, V., 163 Moritz. D., 163 Morill. E.. 171 MoritL, R., 137. 1114 Morley, D., 176. 1111. 111 Morris. Anita. 137 Morris, Anne. 137, 196 Morris. D.. 137 Morris. E., 171 Morris. Janie. 173 Morris, Jonn, 137 Morris, P.. 181 Morris, NV., 167 Morrison. A.. 181 Morrison. D., 170 Morrison. K., 184 Morris in, R.. 166, 198. 100 1 1 Morrow . Miss Helen N.. 147 Morrow, James. 171 Morrow. Jenniler. 183 Morrow. R., 137 Morse. James, 165, 195, 196 Morse, John. 181. 116 Mosner. Mosher, Mosher, Janeth, 137, 108 John, 171, 119 R., 178 Moss, K.. 176 Moss, L., 165. 111 Moss. R.. 137 Mousoli te. L.. 163 Moy. R., 185 Mueller, B.. 165. 191, 116.1-. ,- Mueller, J.. 176 Mueller. K., 171, 115 Mueller. Sharon, 164 Mueller. Stephen, K 170 Mulder. M ulla ne 171 .. . 187 y, M.. ixi no "4 Mullaney. T., 75, 166.101,-114 Mullet, T., 161, 198, 100, 111 Mulliner, Mr. John H.. 181. 'YI1 770 771 Munk. K.. 169 Murphy. 15., 137 Murphy, K.. 168. 191 Murphy, Lisa, 165. 116 Murphy, Lu Anne, 178 Murphy, Mr. Ricnard K.. 147 Murray, Murray. Murray, 1 Andrew. 171. 110 Anne, 184 James C.. 67. I", -06, 113, 115 Murray, James S.. 177 Murtaugh, T., 164 Musial, M., 183 Myers. C.. 171 Myers, P.. 169. 197 Myers, R., 175. 111 N CLU N 3,51 Nadherny, J.. 173. 187. 1111. 119 Nadherny, S., 88, 137. 1911. 195,210,118 Meyer. Douglas. 179 Meyer, S.. 173 Meyers. J.. 181 Meyers, P., 173, 198, 11111 Meyers, R., 174 Michel, T., 171 Mick. D., 182, 185 Mick, M., 175 Mick, N., 164 Midday, G.. 136 Midday, M.. 173 Miehle, E., 163. 118, 119 Mier, F., 173 Miiller, L., 162 Mike1s0n,'1'., 164 Milburn, C., 180 Milburn, M., 136, 195, 199 Milburn, R., 176, 196 1Plmm by Friz1'5Iein1 Mink, J., 177, 113. 111 Minow, M.. 137, 148.191. 21141 101. 107 Minx, G., 165 Missimer, L., 181, 111 Mitchel, B., 181 Mitchel, M., 137, 199 Mitchel, W., 167, 114 Mitchell. Mr. C.iarles W., 17, 166 Mitchell, D., 175 Mitchell, G., 163 Mitchell, James. 165, 110 Mitchell, John, 166 Mitchell, K., 137 Mitchell, L.. 137 Mitchell. Margaret, 137, 148, 190 Maureen, 70, 137. Natt, A., 181 Naft, J.. 167 Nagel, J., 111. 174, 111 Nagel, M.. 168, 190, 191 Narrod, B., 162 Neal, Y.. 171 Nehenzahl, M.. 185 Nebenzahl, P., 170 Needler, B., 173 Neiburger, N., 164 Neidig, R., 174, 201, 110 Neiweem, M., 137 Nelson, D., 163, 197 Nelson, Lauren, 183 Nelson, Linda, 175 Nemerouski, C., 137 Nerenberg, M., 138 Nesbitt, A., 174, 188, 129 Nesler, J., 171 Nesvig. C., 166 Neuhaus, J., 173, 209, 112 Neuman, H., 138, 195 Milenkovic, P., 177, 198g 106 1 Miles, Mrs. Joanne B.. Miller, Blair, 185 Miller, Bruce D., 136 Miller. Bruce J., 136. 147 190, 196 Mitchell, P., 180, 211, 213 Mitchell, T., 137, 195, 115 Mizell, J.. 175, 197 Neuman, L., 179 Neumann, E., 172, 198, 100 Nevin, R., 168 Newcomb, C., 138 237 Newcomb, J., 173, 177 Newcombe, D., 167 Newcombe, J., 176 Newhall, J., 182 NEWS, 76, 203 Neylan, M., 138 Neylan, T. 182 Nichotis, 15., 183 Nichols, D., 173 Nichols, M. 138, 169 Nicholson, E., 177 Nicholson, G., 138, 148, 190, 196, 202, 207 Nicholson, M. C., 183 Niebank, C., 168, 196 Niebank, J., 173, 199, 200, 214 Niefeld, P., 171, 203 Nielsen, J., 165 Nierman, P., 180, 204, 211, 221 Nierman, S., 138, 187, 204 Nissly, T., 181, 211, 220 Nixon, J., 178 Noble, G., 179, 216 Noel, C., 170 Nolan, C., 138 Nolan, K., 176 Nolan, M., 178, 211, 223 Norcross, C., 138, 147, 148 Norcross, M., 171 Nord, C., 166 Nord, J., 138, 210, 223 Nordblom, Miss Judith S., 174 Nordby, C., 173, 215 Nordby, K., 166, 197 Nordhem, J., 167 Norman, J., 163 Norman, M., 174, 197, 200 Nortman, M., 162 O'Hara, T., 138 O'Hare, Mr. Michael J., 167 O'Keefe, K., 167 0'Keefe, L., 179 O'Leary, P., 175 Oliver, J., 138 Olson, J., 182 Omaci, R., 173 Omaci, T., 138 O'Malley, B., 163 110 IN THE SHADE, 68 0'Neill, M., 172 O'Neill, T. Jr., 163, 206 Oppel, C., 175 Oppel, J., 138 Oppen, L., 165 Ordman, S., 165, 203, 218 Orgler, R., 138, 194 Orlando, M., 177 O'Rourke, Mary, 176 Ugolurke, Michael, 165, 210, Orr, D., 161, 162, 166, 169,187 Osburn, Kyle, 138, 148 Osburn, Kyrey, 162 Oscarson, Mr. Kenneth V., 147 Ostergaard, J., 164, 199 Oxierlock, Mr. Leslie C., 182, 11 Owens, A., 162 Owens, L., 185 Owens, S., 184, 201, 229 Owens, T., 138 P Pacini, J., 172 Packard, S., 167 Pearson, T., 98, 163, 214, 226 Peck, C., 164 Peck, H., 138 Peck, R. 179, 185 Peeters, P., 177 Pelle, S., 179 Peltz, K., 168 Peltz P., 182 Pendleton, S., 91, 138, 212 Penney, J., 138 Penney, L., 175 Penticoif, R., 162 PEP CLUB, 50, 192 PEISEORMING ARTS, 64, 1 Philipp, N., 172, 188 Phillips, Mary, 170, 187 Phillips Michael, 139 Pickardl R., 172, 213 Pieper, Pieper, Pie per, B., 178 J., 179 L., 139, 208 Piersanti, C., 164 Pierson, B., 139 Pierson, E., 139 Pierson, M., 174 Pigott, Pigott, B., 107, 163 s., 181 Pile, L., 168 Pincus L., 184 Pink, Mrs. Peggy, 35 Perlman, R., 174 Perrella, M., 184, 220 Perrella, T., 165 Perry, C., 162 Perry, D., 171 Perry , J., 181 Perry, T., 173, 210 Perry, W., 138, 148, 220 Pesch, C., 179 Peterkin, Peters, D M., 182 avid, 1311, 209, 222 Peters, Douglas, 185, 209, 217 Peters, Mr. James, 174, 210 Peters Jennifer, 168 Petersl K., 184, 198, 213 Peters, V., 185 Petersen, C., 138, 195, 203 Petersen, G., 163 Petersen, L., 178 Petersen Margaret, 177 . Petersen, Mark, 165, 192, 195 Petersen, Michael, 166, 198 Pink, Mr. Robert, 35, 161 Pinkert, D., 176, 207, 225 Pinkowski, D., 139 Piper, B., 139, 215, 225, 227 Pirruccello, J., 178 Pirruccello, S., 167 Pitt, A., 177, 210 Pittman, C., 185 Pittman, L., 168 Platon, E., 171 PLAYBACK, 78, 208 Plochman, Carol, 171, 197, 200 Plochman, Christine, 139, 195 Poe, M., 168, 169, 198, 200 Poirier, P., 178 Pokrass, S., 139, 163 Polkoti, S., 175, 198, 220 Pollak, J., 183 Pollakotf, M., 172, 177, 210, 217, 220 Pollock, D., 180 Norton, K., 163, 169 Norton, T., 184 Nortrup, T., 138, 218, 223 Notbohm, D., 175, 197 Noyes, C., 181 Nugent, M., 179 Nunn, E., 165 O Oakley, E., 183 Oakley, P., 138 Obereiner, K., 175 Oberlin, J., 177, 210, 222 Oberndorf, L., 168, 190 O'Boy1e, M., 162, 193 O'Brien, B., 165 O'Brien, J., 167 O'Brien, K., 174, 196, 207 O'Brien, M., 167, 197 P' O'Brien, 164, 214, 226 O'Brien, S., 166, 228, 229 O'Connell, M., 138 O'Connor, B., 182 O'Connor, C., 167 O'Connor, Katie, 184 O'Connor, Kevin, 168 O'Crowley, T., 164 O'Donnell, P., 175 O'Dowd, G., 176 O'Dwye1', D., 171 O'Dwyer, K., 171 O'Gara, A., 170, 193, 197 0'g2gra, Maureen, 138, 193, O'Gara, Michael, 169, 190, 212, 218, 223 Ogden, P., 187 238 Page, J., 183 Pagels, Mrs. Suzanne, 182 Paine, W., 184, 211, 217 Palm, G., 182 Palm, R., 162 Palmer, L., 161, 178, 179, 185 Palmer, S., 176, 177, 209, 222 Panas, J., 170 Panas, R., 138 Pancoe, P., 185, 204, 205 Pangrac, M., 175, 201, 215 Paolella, W., 184, 211 Parcell, D., 138 Parcell, K., 138 Parcell, S., 185 Park, D., 166 Parmer, C., 172 Parmer, James, 163 Parmer, John, 138 Parr, Miss Susan, 182 Parrott, D., 138 Parsch, W. S., 138, 208 Parson, J. 182 Parson, Nl., 173 Partridge, Mrs. Jane, 167 Paterson, A., 165 Paterson, B., 185, 198, 200 Paterson, P., 176, 200 PATRONS, 230 Paul, Mrs. Arline, 167 Paulick, Mrs. Dorothy, 174 Peggson, Donna L., 139, 228, Petegiison, Miss Donna, 147, Peterson, Doug, 166 Peterson, Gary, 207 Peterson, Glen, 185, 220 Peterson, Grant, 139 Peterson, Mr. Herbert, 174 Peterson, Holly, 169 Peterson, Jane, 164 Peterson, Janet, 172, 197 Peterson, K., 162 Peterson, P., 162 Peterson, Richard, 165 Peterson, Robert, 168, 198, 200 Peterson, Scot, 182, 211, 219, 223 Peterson, Steven, 166, 212 Peterson, T., 185, 220 Petrillo, B., 163 Petrillo, R., 139 Petrus, R., 168 Pettersen, B., 180, 219 Pettersen, J., 139 Pettinger, P., 175 Pettit, D 180 220 Petty, J.,',172,,188 Petty, Raymond, 178, 222 fPh0t0 by Weissj Pollock, S., 167, 224 Polydoris, J., 171, 197 Polydoris, S., 139, 222 Poor, E., 139, 186, 215, 227 Poor, T., 174, 215 Popov, S., 182 Porter, John, 184, 216 Porter, Judson, 104, 114, 139, 210, 216 Porter, S., 170 Porter, W., 166 Portman, Miss Bonnie, 183 Posen, L., 163 Pottage, B., 139 Potter, R., 114, 165, 210, 220 Potts, N. M. III, 176,177, 217 Poulos, A., 177 Powell, A. Jr., 163, 198, 202, 206 Powell, G., 170, 193 Powers, J., 184, 201, 211 Poyser, Mrs. Paula, 183 Prange, W., 171, 215 Preston, P., 176 Prevo, G., 184 171 Pear, R., 138, 195, 196,212 Peara, C., 180, 213 Pearson, G., 163 Pearson, H., 166 Pearson, Jan, 183 Pearson, Joyce, 138 Petty, Roger, 139 Peyton, M., 139 Pfaff, J., 165, 210, 221 Pfutzenreuter, J., 175 Pfutzenreuter, N., 172 Pfutzenreuter, W., 166, 205 Phemister, M., 139, 229 Philipp, M., 168 Price, B., Price, M., 182 Price, P., 139 Pride, A., 176 Pride, F., 165 Prill, M., 164 Prinoe, K., 169, 195, 197 Prince, P., 166 Prince, R., 175, 177, 187, 197 Prince, W., 183, 201 Prouty, P., 172 Provow, Mr. Charles, 183 Pruzansky, E., 175 Pryor, J., 179 Pryor, W., 162, 203, 220 Purcell, K., 180 Q Quilici, B., 167, 195 Quinn, F., 175 Quinn, J., 171 Quinn, R., 140 R Raab, B., 163, 189 Rabinovitz, D., 164, 186 Radell, Sally, 180, 198, 200 Radell, Susan, 168 Raggi, K., 163 RAISIN IN THE SUN, 66 Ramm, C., 53, 168, 194, 198, 200,206 Ramm, V., 170, 198 Ramsay, B., 162 Ramsey, A., 181, 185 Ramsey, S., 140, 147, 190, 196 Rance, L., 140, 189, 196, 229 Rance, P., 45, 140, 191 Rance, V., 179 Randall, J., 163, 223 Randle, D., 185 Randle, J., 140, 198 Randolph, A., 185 Randolph, M., 140, 148, 210, 218 Rankin, P. R., 140, 195 Rankin, R., 173 Ranney, W., 181 Ragiione, W., 51, 88, 140, 210, Rapalee, M., 89, 173, 301 Rashman, K., 140, 190, 199 Rashman, R., 140 Rasmussen, P., 140 Raucci, R., 172 Rauch, R., 175 Rawlings, D., 184 Ray, Mr. John, 175 Raymond, A., 172 Raymond, E., 176, 197, 208 , Raymond, M., 140 Raymond, P., 166, 204, 205 1 Ream, Mrs. Arline, 167 1 Rearick, P., 177, 197 Rebarchak, A., 173 Rechel, J., 172 Reda, K., 167 Reda, M., 180, 217, 223 Redding, A., 163, 227 Redemann, B. B., 183, 205 Reding, M., 171 Reding, V., 164 Redman, D., 140 Reed, S., 185 Reed, T., 171, 215 Rees, W., 140, 210, 218 Reese, G., 170 Reese, Miss Judith, 175 Reeves, M., 140, 148 Regan, P., 175 Regan, T., 167, 210 Reib, N., 165 Reichelderfer, G., 140, 196 Reichert, W., 140, 148, 202, 207, 208, 229 Refglgman, R., 69, 140, 195, Reid, M., 167, 197 Reid, R., 140, 161,225 Reimer, A., 183 Rein, E., 173, 213, 221 Reinert, E., 167, 197 Reinhard, K., 183, 205 Reinheimer, B., 177, 199, 200 Reinisch, D., 173 Relias, Mrs. Linda, 175 Remke, J., 185 Rempert, K., 163 Renn, M., 170 Rennolds, J., 140 Rennolds, K., 180 Rennolds, T., 166 Rentner, T., 140 Rest, B., 170, 197, 199 Rest, R., 140, 147, 195, 196, 199, 226, 227 Reynolds, A., 182, 198 Reynolds, B., 169, 200 Reynolds, D., 167, 229 Reynolds, J., 140 Reynolds, M., 176 Reynolds, P., 140, 227 Rezabek, D. , 174 Rigid, Mr. Richard, 119, 147, Rhodes, M., 180 Rhodes, S., 186, 206 Rice, G., 140 Rice, L., 140, 196, 223 Rice, M., 177, 229 Rice, P., 140 Rich, F., 181, 211 Rich, V., 185 Richardson, J., 179 Richman, E., 164, 197 Richmond, M., 140 Richmond, R., 177 Richter, R., 173 Ricketts, R., 140, 220 Rieger, C., 184, 216 Riley, James, 164 Riley, Judith, 169, 195, 196, 221, 226 Riley, S., 171 Ringel, S., 172 Ringwald, C., 166 Ringwald, L., 177 Rissman, S., 140, 214 Ritzen, J., 169, 190, 215, 227 Rivenburgh, R., 140 Robbins, E., 70, 71, 176, 199 Robbins, J., 140 Robbins, M., 140 Robbins, S., 103, 140, 195, 196, 220 Roberts, Janet, 184, 229 Roberts, Jodi, 181 Roberts, K., 163, 169 Roberts, M., 49, 140, 161, 190 Roberts, R., 162, 228, 229 Roberts, S., 165, 226 Robertson, Mr. David, 215, 216 Robertson, Diane, 179 Robertson, E., 175, 197, 200 Robinson, C., 141 Robinson, Mrs. Renate, 147 Robling, C., 164, 187, 196, 199, 204 Robling, J., 183 Rocklin, P., 73, 141, 147, 186, 202 Rocklin, S., 178 Roden, Mrs. Mary, 168 Rodenkirch, B., 165 Rodenkirch, W., 179, 209 Rodenkirk, A., 174 Rodi, D., 182 141 Schmit, Marilee, 178 Rodi, L., Rodi, S., 174 Rodgers, D., 173 Rodgers, K., 140, 187, 196, 208 Rodgers, T., 165, 205 Rodgers, W., 175 Rogers, E., 162 Rogers, P., 141 Rogers, M., 172, 212 Rogin, R., 173 Rowe, S., 175, 197 Royal, Margaret, 165 Royal, Mary, 170, 197 Rubens, A., 183, 213 Rubens, D., 167 Rubens, J., 141, 212 Rubin, J., 181, 205 Rubin, R., 141, 202, 203, 206 Rude, C., 178, 198, 201 Rudiger, E., 183 Rudiger, J., 162 Rudnick, J., 184 Rudolf, T., 165 Rudolfi, R., 171 Rudolfi, T., 180 Ruedig, B., 176 Ruegsegger, I., 141 Rulfin, F., 175 Ruffin, J., 178 Rutfold, R.,8bpS3 Rutfolo, Renee, 170 Ruliolo, Ricnard, 184, 219 Rummci, s., 164, 197 Ruudcii, J., 181 Rupp, T., 165, 196, 203 Russ, K. 175 Russell, M., 177, 217 Russo, L., 181 Rust, J., 168, 198, 200, 208 Rutherford, M., 176 Ryan, L., 178, 211, 212 S Saether, E., 174 Sagan, M., 166 Sale, L., 183, 213 Sayre, M., 170 Schaack, K., 141, 226, 228 Schabel, Mr. Earl, 212, 214 Schacherer, P. M., 178 Schaefer, R., 176 Schafer, F., 168 Schaff, S. 184 schaircr, S., 165 Schelhas, C., 164 Schelhas, N., 141, 195, 226 Schennum, J., 167 Scheuble, P., 179 Schewitz, G., 141 Schewitz, S., 181 Scheyer, J., 141, 204, 223 Schillerelf, H. S., 162 Schilling, M., 175 Schilling, V., 172 Schilling, S., 180 Schinler, M., 183, 214 Schinto, Mr. Anthony, 147, 212, 221 Schley, J., 171 Schlueter S., 169 schmid, M., 172 Schmid, s., 166, 210, 220 Schmidt, D., 172 Schmidt, K., 169, 228, 229 Schmidtlein, C., 167 Schmidtlein, R., 164 Schmidtlein, T., 177 Schmit, Maribeth, 141 Schmitt, D., 163, 190, 196 Schmitt, M., 163 Schmitt, P., 163 Schmitt, R., 173, 223 Schwartz, N., 172 Schwarz, B., 173 Schwietert, B., 141 Schwimmer C., 174, 198, 200 Schwinn, M., 16s Scollay E., 142 Scott, David, 180 Scott, Debra, 178 Scott, S., 183 Scoville, Jo Anne, 175 Scoville, John, 181 Scully, C., 163 Sebastian, M., 180, 185, 216 Seglggest, Sara, 168, 187, 197, Sechrest, Stuart, 185, 187, 220 Sefert, J., 174, 228 Seghers, A., 184 Seghers, C., 165, 199, 228 Seldholz, L., 166, 193 Seitz, J., 169 Seitz, P., 177, 207 Selby, D., 168, 212 Selvaggio, C., 182 Selvaggio, K., 171, 177, 197 Selvaggio, M., 164, 228 SENIORS, 121 Sensibar, s., 179 Sethness, C., 164, 195, 206 Severns, Mr. Harold, 147, 223 scyfanh, W., 177, 210 Seymour, Pamela, 164 Seymour, Patrick, 185 Shabaz, R., 170 shairci-, A., 179 Shantz, T., 180 Silver, C., 168, 187, 191 Simon, H., 163 Simon, L., 184 Simon, P., 142 Simon, V., 183 Simpson, A., 177 Simpson, J., 183 Sindorf, D., 142 Sindt, M., 165 Singer, J., 183 Singer, K., 170 Singer, N., 142 Singleton, James, 181 Singleton, John, 163 Singsen M., 142 sitkiu, E. 164, 208 Sivright, s., 184 Skaja, Diane, 142, 195 Skaja, Doris, 185 Skaja, Donald, 164, 203 Skalla, Jeffrey, 169 Skalla, John, 142 Skalla, L., 184 Skillman, L., 142 Slack, D., 169 Slaght, L., 142, 226 Slattery, J., 175 Sloan, C., 185 Sloan, M., 168 Sloan, S., 142 Sloane, Miss Caryl, 175 Rohn, R., 141 Rollins, R., 141, 195, 209, 222 Rolston, C., 182 Romani, Mrs. Margaret, 147 Rose, D., 173 Rose, W., 141 Rosen, James, 183, 223 Rosen, Mrs. Jane, 147 Rosen, M., 185, 199, 201, 205 Rosen, S., 169, 212, 215 Rosenfeld, C., 170 Rosenfeld, P., 181 Rosenfeld, S., 168 Rosenstein, C., 181 Rosenstein, M., 165 Rosenthal, B., 141 Rosenthal, D., 167, 196 Rosenwald, C., 173, 200 Rosenzweig, B., 180, 220 Rosenzweig, D., 163 Rosenzweig, K., 168, 194 Rosenzweig, S., 141, 161, 203 Ross, I., 184 Ross, M., 165, 212 Rossi, W., 171 Roth, D., 168, 186, 187, 207 Roth, J., 175 Roth, Robert, 108, 141, 223 Roth, Roger, 177 Rothermel, B., 51, 165, 193 Rothermel, M., 168 Rothrock, D., 141, 216 Rothrock, E., 170 Rothschild, B., 141 Rothschild, H., 175 Rothschild, K., 176 Rotter, B., 141 Rovelstad, L., 181 Sale, M., 141, 198 Sale, P., 167 Sale, W., 180 Saliwanchik, M., 183 Saliwanchik, T., 105, 166, 216 Saltz, D., 164, 203 Sample, D., 177 Saggson, D., 168, 195, 196, Sampson, Sampson, Sampson, Linda, 167, 197 Sampson, Lynn, 162 Sampson, P., 183 Samuels, Scott, 180, 211 Samuels, Stacey, 141 Sanborn, Barbara, 164 Saggsarn, Bnice, 141, 190, 209, J., 141 K., 184 Sandberg, S., 169 Sandeen, Mrs. Sandra, 183 Sandeen, J., 162 Sanders, N., 167 Sanders, Sidney, 141 Sanders, Susan, 141, 188 Sandlin, L., 174 Sandquist, J., 183 Sangster, S., 167 Santostefano, M., 182 Sasaki, S., 175, 210 Saunders, J., 162 Saunders, R., 162 Saville, B., 167 Savit, L., 174, 209 Savitt, J., 175 Savitt, N., 141, 191 Sawicki, I., 183 Saylor, J., 176, 196 UDUDVIUJ S-S-S-9 5555 2-262.2 5-'n:-'.'- ' SADF' of .4 4 J Q "N-:BJ S U1 CDV! I1 O0 S5855 F".!.22.2. D- CLD. as 2:2 ,,. .. Z FF' ... --5 Ch .5 PA - - 00 ND W P0 - - 'D NO 30 P Schneider, S., 182 Schneiter, Mr. John, 95, 218 Schnell, P., 169 Scholomite, L., 166 Schoof, C., 162, 226 Schoof, J., 167 Schopen, D., 184 Schopen, E., 171, 214 Schopen, M., 167 Schreyer, L., 175 Schrodt, J., 185, 198 Schggeder, D., 163, 190, 196, Schroeder, M., 184 Schulman, C., 182 Schulman, M., 163 Schulman, S., 167 Schulte, S., 170, 177, 192 Schultz, A., 183 Schultz, E., 141, 225 Schultz, T., 184, 204, 205 Schulz, Mr. Charles, 35 Schulz, D., 141, 212 Schulz, S., 180 Schulze, V., 70, 177, 187, 209 Schumacher, J., 166, 209 Schuneman, W., 171 Schwartz, A., 164, 199, 200 Schwartz, J., 171, 177 fPh0to by Geocarisj Shapiro, C., 142, 148, 199, 200 Shapiro, David, B., 142, 220 Shapiro, David O.. 180, 213 Shapiro, E., 177, 200 Shapiro, K., 142, 212 Shapiro, M., 28, 142, 148, 207 Shattil, D., 166, 203 Shaver, L., 171 Shaw, Charles, 181, 211, 219, 223 Shaw, Cynthia, 176, 197 Shaw, M., 179 Shaw, W., 142, 215, 227 Shedd, J., 170 Sheehan, K., 180 Sheehan, M., 142 Sheldon, C., 142, 193, 200 Sherman, C., 176 Sherman, R., 142 SHE STOOPS T0 CON- QUER, 70 Shinnick, D., 165, 196 Shlensky, S., 167 Sholl, B., 175 Sholl, R., 163, 195, 196 Sider, D., 166, 221 Sidney, K., 142, 199 Siebel, J., 163 Siegel, A., 164 Sievers, A., 176 Sievers, M., 142, 189 Sigrist, P., 164 Silander, A., 170, 197 Silander, P., 162, 196, 199 Sillars, A., 181, 222 Sillman, D., 142 Sillman, S., 59, 72, 142, 148, 204, 206 Small, G., 171 Small, H., 168, 169, 208 Smargon D., 165, 231 Smart, lvl., 168, 192 Smith, A., 177, 187 Smith, Chase, 172 Smith, Collyer, 174, 210 Smith, David, 172 Smith, Deborah, 142, 228 Smith, Mr. Donald, 176 Smith, E., 172 Smith, G., 171 Smith, H., 183 Smith, Janet, 179 Smith, John, 180, 211, 217 Smith, Julie, 179, 185 Smith, K., 164, 204, 205 Smith, L., 142, 196 Smith, Marcia, 142 Smithh, Marian, 178 Smith, Mary, 184 Smith, Melody, 167, 194, 200 Smith, Pamela, 179 Smith, Peter, 142, 148 Smith, Mrs. Sally, 184 Smith, Scott, 142 Smith, Stanford, 142, 161, 225 Smith, Susan. 172 Smith, Susanne, 171 Smith, Terence, 179, 211, 223 Smith, Thomas, 185, 201, 213 Smith , W., 142 Smithson, D., 181, 220 Smyth, A., 164 Smyth, R., 185 Smudsky, E., 165 Smudsky, R., 181 Smudsky, S., 173 Snyder, E. 111, 165, 203 Snyder, R., 184, 199, 201, 216 Snyder, S., 142, 148, 200, 203 Sobel, N., 142, 195, 196 Sobotka, L., 168, 214 Sobotka, P., 121, 142, 148, 161, 193, 194, 206 SOCCER, 90, 212 SOCIAL SERVICE, 44, 191 Solberg, D., 179, 189, 229 Solberg, M., 168, 197, 229 Sollman, J., 172 Solomon, C. 183, 204 sclumcn, M., 67, 142, 148, 187, 193 Solso, A., 170 Sommers, M., 176, 213 SOPHOMORES, 170 Sorenson, R., 142, 198, 200 Sorenson, S., 163, 198 Sosna, N., 169 Southern, D., 180, 199, 201, 211, 217 Spates, C. N., 142 Specht, A., 143 Specht, M., 164 Spector, M., 165, 199 Spheeris, C., 177, 202 Spheeris, J., 163 Spier, E., 167 Spier, J., 164 Spies, P., 164 Spiess, B., 143, 187, 212 Spilman, A., 174 Spitek, J., 182, 200, 201 Spivack, L., 143 SPORTS SERVICE, 120, 226 Spotts, D., 164 Sprayregen, M., 174, 177 Sprenger, M., 171 Spriggs, T., 143, 212 Spring, S., 174 Sroge, R., 164 St. Clair, David, 185, 220 St. Clair, Dorothy, 164 Staessens, V., 175 Stahl, P., 163 Stahl, T., 172 Staller, D., 69, 162, 196, 199 Staller, R., 143, 195, 214 Stanford, J., 143 Stang, C., 184 Stang, W., 162 Stanzler, A., 170 Stapleton, B., 182 Steagall, G., 181, 211, 216 Stearns, J., 164, 195 Stearns, S., 180 Steffen, D., 143 239 Weil, B. D., 145 va ,-. 2. 4: F" Steffens, G., 164 Steifens, Karla, 182 Stelfens, Keith, 166 Steffens T. 143 198 200 steirey,'T.,'169 ' ' Steiger, J., 143 Steiger, S., 166 Stein, A. , 168, 208 Stein, Barbara, 143, 195, 196 Stein, Bertram, 168 70, 185, 198, 200, 216 Synek, S., 172 Szarapka, J., 180 T Tabin, C., 66, 71, 143, 148, 196, 199 Tabin, G., 173, 224 Tacnau, C., 170, 198 Tachau, D., 182, 198, 200, 213 Ta er M. 143 216 wwviwwwwmmwvsm .-......-........-..-.-.-..-. i'i9Qi'if-'H'-lSSQ"5-'--9-'-3 :1::::s::,-5-:,-E-::1,: 3' ' 4 4 22285: ,q!"3'Q,?gfw1P3...2 - ' wg- F- J : --:J P'-1'-. vfaaffi 22" zzz, ' 9 -:f31'Z51' .UO X' 3' ' q,..5n?'5lN ... 312 ' ac:,w...,,,0t2 e-safes "' r-A ,D , .- N 9 gg 'L' r-- -lk 0 P1 va .-. 2... to rn :yo Y' E' ..- ca Jo ..- to T' N N to CAV! ..- Q0 44 NO E15 mill Q. Ps VAT' ' w 53 v fb '1 -.. ,,. FM- UN Nm .. bl 1" 8 i i i Tager, S., 182, 199, 201, 217 Talbot, C., 166 Tallant, C., 175 Tallant, D. 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V., 143, 196 Stydanar, G., 174, 177, 220 Stydahar, S., 168, 174 Suerth, S., 176 Sugden, A., 169, 199 Sugrue, 162 Suker, A., 182, 205 Sullivan, A., 183 Sullivan, B., 182, 204, 211 Taylor, Mrs. Sue, 185 Teets, T., 174 Tefft, D., 143, 221 Teindowitz, N., 179 Temmerman, Joan, 185, 198, 200 Temmerman, John, 169, 198, 199, 200 Templeton, P., 170, 197 TENNIS, 112, 224 Terrill, M., 170 Tesa1', R., 144, 195, 207 Tnalmann, J., 144, 204 Thelen, G., 166 Thiele, C., 144 Thomas, Katherine C., 164 Thomas, Katherine L., 173 Thomas, R., 174 Thomas, S., 144 Thompson, J., 162 Thorne, A., 179 Thornton, A., 144 Thornton, J., 183 Thorp, A., 144, 195, 196 Thorp, K. III, 166, 212 Thorsen, N., 144, 190, 196 Thrall, J., 185, 208 THREE LIVES, 71 Thurlow, B., 144 Tiderman, P., 174, 201 Timm, T., 166 Timmis, S., 182, 211, 223 Tindall, J., 180, 185, 229 Tippet, M., 168, 226, 227 Tipping, B., 179, 198, 201 Tipping, W., 168 Tisch, W.,f 144, 148 Tisdall, J., 164, 192 Titterton, G., 179, 214 Tittle, T. Jr., 175, 196 Tobias, L., 172 Tobin, M., 175, 187 Todd, Mrs. June, 176 Togjlzlunter, J., 69, 71, 144, 196, Todhunter, L., 179, 198, 200 Tolpin, J., 181 Tomlin, K., 171, 206 Tomlin, S., 144, 148, 207 Tomlinson, J., 176 Tomlinson, L., 144 Toombs, C., 171, 214, 216 Toombs, M., 144, 177, 196 Sullivan, Edmund, 175 Sullivan, Ellen, 143 Sullivan, G., 170, 197, 229 Sullivan, H., 183 Sullivan, J., 183 Sullivan, Margaret, 143 Sullivan, Mary, 176 Sullivan, Moria, 169, 197, 205 Sullivan, P., 173, 209, 222 Sullivan, Sheila, 172 Sullivan, Sharon, 170 Sullivan W. 185 Summers, S.: 143, 196, 205 Sum- TH 176' 220 Wartbn, J. R., 185, 213 Suslick, J., 181 Suslick, R., 143, 204 Sustman, J., 166, 195, 209, 222 Sutherland, K., 180, 201 Sutton, M., 179 Swain, Mr. Peter, 168 Swan, M., 174 Swanson, P., 171 Swanson, S., 174, 197 Swarsen, Mrs. Bonnie, 184 Swarsen, 169 Mr. Thomas, 161, Swarts, J., 168 Sweeney, T., 165 Sweitzer, D., 176 Sweitzer, R., 143 Swenson Swift, R , W., 180, 209, 222 ., 172, 214 Swiggett, T., 164, 210 SWIMMING, 100, 216 Sylvan, M. 162, 208 Symonds, D., 184 240 Torres, C., 184 Torres, L., 169 Toubus, J., 166 Towle, L., 144 Towle, R., 183, 211, 217 Towne, S., 144 Towner, M., 175, 192 TRACK, 106, 222 Trainor, P., 144 Trainor, S., 184 Tranen, A., 178 Treacy, A., 144 Treacy, M., 165 Treacy, P., 180 Treadwell, A., 167, 201 Treiber, K., 179 Trezevant, J., 165, 201 Trier, C., 178, 198, 200 Trier, M., 164, 169, 200 TRISHIP, 48, 190 Trobaugh, T., 162, 199, 200 Trompeter, B., 177, 197 Trumbull, J., 166 Trux, G., 179 Trux, J., 144 Tschudy, A., 181, 214 Tschudy, D., 167, 214, 226 Tubbs, E., 144, 195 Tukey, M., 179 Turban, S., 174, 224 Turban, T., 144 Turley, C., 169, 187 Turner, E. J., 170, 197, 206 Turner, R. L., 222 rweit, W. M., 144, 148, 190, 196 Tweit, S. J., 176 Twilling, A. L., 181 Twiss, A. K., 171, 199, 201 U Udell, D. G., 66, 168, 196 Ullman, T. H., 175, 210, 223 Umans, C. J., 184, 216, 224 Umans, K. L., 144 Underwood, Mrs. Louise, 169 Unger, D. S., 180, 201 Urban, M. K., 169 Urban, N. H., 173 V Vail, D. F., 179 Vail, J. K., 183, 211, 214 Valvassor, D. F., 175 Van Alyea, Mrs. Peggy, 147 Vanarsdale, D. M., 172 Vanbaerle, N. W., 165 Vanbaerle, S. L., 117, 165 Vanbalen, K. R., 181, 214 Vance, G. A., 168, 190, 196, 212 Vance, P. A., 165, 169 Vancleave, R., 144 Vandegraaff, J. P., 184 Vanelk, C. F., 178, 229 Vanelk, R. P., 144, 224 Vannulle, C. H., 144 Vanhulle, L. J., 172 Vanleeuwen, ti., 162, 186, 187, 226, 227, 229 Vanleeuwen, T. M., 178, 185, 216 Vanmeter, M. L., 176, 197 Vanwormer, J. M., 179 Vanzevern, J. A., 144 Varchetto, P. A., 144 Varges, S. W., 176 Verbryck, M. S., 185 Verduin, C. W., 184 Verlander, J. W., 144, 148 Vierra, D. L., 168 Vignola, T. F., 173, 213 Vilfrain, J., 164 Vilfrain, M., 176 Vitale, M. L., 167 Voigts, K. E., 144, 192, 195 Von Tnury, D. S., 70, 71, 175, 177, 199 Vorreiter, K. C., 168 Vorreiter, V. A., 144, 189, 199, 200, 208 Vos, James F., 166 Vos, Jean Anne, 176 W Wagener, D. L., 173 Wagener, F. J., 184 Wagener, P. P., 168 Wagner, C. J., 144 Wagner, D., 167 Wagner, Mrs. Helen, 176 Wagner, Mr. James, 210 Wanlund, Jane E., 144 Wahlund, Joan A., 184 Wahlund, R. M., 163 Waldschmidt, Mr. David, 219 Waldstein, P. D., 185, 190, 201, 211 Waldstein, S. J., 31, 145, 192 Walk, R. A., 185, 211 Walker A. S., 183, 223 Wall, C. N., 174, 177, 219 Wall, F. M., 145, 215, 227 Wallace, A. F., 166 Wallace, B. D., 182 Wallace, S. R., 162 Wallens, J. L., 171, 196 Wallin, D. S., 175 Walsh, M. C., 165, 187 Walsh, S. A., 175, 197 Wginlsley, Mr. Jerry, 176, 210, Wanberg, C. A., 145, 161, 228 Wanberg, T. S., 99, 176, 214 Wangman, A. G., 181 Ward, C., 145 Ward, Mr. Robert, 177, 191 Ward, S. D., 178 Webster, K. W., 174, 177, 197, 198 Webster, L. F., 145, 147, 148, 208 Webster, S. L., 176, 197 Weggkind, Mr. Ronald, 160, Weibel, 214 W. L., 92, 163, 212, Wggrgberg, Jack A., 184, 205, Weinberg, Jane, 173, 177, 197 Weinberg, Richard, 145, 186, 195, 196, 199, 212 Weinberg, Roger M., 163, 226 Weinbre nner, N. J., 145 Weiner, K. L., 173 Weingartner, Mr. Erwin, 161 Weinstein, L., 185 Weinzimmer, L. S., 182 Wggbard, M. W., 145, 200, Weisbard, C. E., 179, 201 Weiss, D., 163, 231 Weiss, J. D., 163, 231 Weiss, L. T., 145, 187, 196 Weiss, N. L., 170 Weiss, S. E., 176 Welch, 160 Mrs. Constance, 147, Welch, E. T., 145, 218 Winter, R. A., 180, 209, 222 Winternitz, G. A., 183 Wippman, R. A., 183, 198, 200, 201 Wirpel, B. L., 174 Wirtshafter, G. M., 146, 148 Witcoff, D. L., 180, 220 Witcoff, L. J., 146, 193 Witt, D. B., 183 Witt, G. R., 175 Witt, N. L., 168 Wittenberg, D. A., 146, 189 Wittenberg, W. L., 163 WNTH, 79, 204 Wohlgemuth, G. Jr., 174, 214, 220, 226 Wohlgemuth, M. P., 179 Wigan, L. 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