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

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'-V ,, ....-.1--1-i- HM COMMUNICA TKHQ I . ri. 172 FACULTY 186 STUDE T 415, Vw, 4!STUDENT LIFE Sometime during our high school years, we develop a growing awareness oi' ourselves and our surroundings. Inspired by our curiosity, we discover the potential oi' our unlimited resource - New Trier. 1 . Y 7 V f Qx ,X Xyqxq XKNQQNW Pk V ' XXX! VAWX Y ,ff M C kjmx W Q k if- 'm" CQ r I 'Kfuf I Aw L KKXJYLU rx W 'I ,x H N .. , .JD QR X- "QQ xf fN'CW' A F W f XI, fyxgif X xi Qing x U1 A I CN Bb 5 ,,4 fe kL,'NClj2 wok RVN QMS X 45W YJ 5 2 L Kiki? EES, Q K XQK wg W AXC"y,lfNC L' CN C., Mqx QQ, N N675 X vi D nf XCQAS TX VN XX OD Q V C X 531 V' N QL ' Xp K A K xy v L M UM T Y C, .X-SJ 'J 1 g, 1 K ffxcx xy SX ff N L X B f Q W QV X ' fm N 041 W V N fN C ' 'Q F dy W " KX Q 'X X 'EXW 3 W5 N - -Rfxwwv f CL' , -QL Q Q XJKV K , AXCQXXXX X J LK if A 3 C 5 'Q X N 2 YN PY ww + CL PX f M Q 0 X L 9 Q KNW f V 'X 'X 1 xvmd ATC! XXXX R Q LF- rx S TUDENT LIFEXS SXSTUDENT LIFE +'M , -w, 2 w fi 3 Z Z Qi. v ' EfF,.?-' ,-' EH- ' k',, i 4 ' ' V4 wi 1 ...x,., ,anal Constant challenges spark our creative energy. We become aware of the purpose of our education, reaching a point Where learning is no longer a task but an i opportunity. With mounting anticipation, We pursue our new interests. STUDENT LIFEI7 SXSTUDENT LIFE Q ul-had 5 NBM5' 0' ,.' As We mature, so do the stakes, and suddenly We are playing for keeps. Whether it is running in a marathon, struggling through a final exam, or socializing in the center hall, competition fosters unannounced contests at New Trier. Win, place, or show, competition is an incentive to achieve. STUDENT LIFEf9 IOXSTUDENT LIFE Is, , f ,Y 1 V b W 1 4? i I 'inf 1 X 1 gmfqf-2 M ' xg J , , K,,. Q 5 1 ' Q + While recognizing our apparent differen ces, We discover our disguised similarities. The physics student can appreciate the artist's imagination, While the artist can understand the creativity of the scientist's logic. Inspired by each other's interests, we generate new ideas through a melding of minds. vena. Cm , TM AM-Uiy.. 11fm7:raLw6uJ+3,,+ -I-o,A.ea, mukrg 134J1,L+L,,L,.A?UJs bm -1'uJm5 1'U'504A.Q:lUJfLYLL4Cf KQLMAQ uv-alaaJ.feJleswfvLQ4f,,o,L4,x,47 YQ!"-4511-In muapailwqui CGM -A1 Wm ' -.,.,,f,,,,f 0'A"'-U5VLM0l95Tm9jZ-S1lw.0.,0LD47'014p CQJu,.fLcLQLo'zlTXf.,,Q,,.g, CBJ-'-R-CA +- -AJN-omsl' h.u.4" 1 may x'0J"" 449:14 4517 uJz5wQsf " ' 1 521135 'uuluhu Wu. Maud wwQwmMVU'ff,f TcueewvHw,Pwx+ fdcrw+""C40-LA he Cu -Hu Am-mo. ein-4--fK+Cw" www 14241-'-w!flfAo'-fgfm 44+ f0WWW-MSCMQQI Sfefwf X STUDENT LIFEXI3 Mitzifi V' K. ff ,e??f,, haf aw ,far 1 ,gf m 1fQ CWSFFIII 'w 'UH 11 1 WZ' -4 "M Hkifff fv- , mf , ' 'Ein f' f,. f wi iifgif 'L Q, K. 1 fs", M' an: W, u , , Wa, X - Y , . ,M 'ai 1 ' m -, up ,QA 7 vm, f W 5? M 0 1 p is H ku. av Q 9 .1 nn , wg s -. Q md, W 4. We u , . ev 'ETX M. In ,, , ,,,' M fm L., I ' 'Zi-I I V , , .g iivir 1, w ' 'w ' , ' u-ua., 1 '4f. 'w if uw-1 l 4 ' '+- ,sw With the love, understanding, and car keys that our parents provide, we realize the importance of family life. Between meals, chores, and distant aunts, we come to appreciate the confidence and motivation that we receive in the privacy and security of our own homes. After accepting the fact that father thinks he knows best, we learn to shake the hand that feeds us. STUDENT LIFEII5 IGXSTUDENT LIFE Jw:-W, 1-ff' 33333-'S fa. MWEIMQ .. ., H, ,, ,V , J., ,. ., sl., ,J we ke, X., ,,, .C S" TJE' A A', Yn.f, A9 .V if " " 'X-F 4?"'1,'VxL1' '1-' '+1.ix:N' ywkl f'f"f'WL2" WW" X 4- -'Mkt' .:.,,w,,,M-,gg -w-. hungry lr,-k,-.,,.+nl,g -4-,TH if if .,Q - , YV,-5,:,ffi,,:s'32i3ff'wU 'lil ': F. jL:..r'4:i3i. 's "V2',gli'x allrxfk-, it ' ? in " :mi-f 2'Ui4,g5,,w '1 K 1, - - ,- s. Lwzzutaws. "I ' v"""!"."' ' yifb "fri-...VT M . 'ag ,fu , .41 -g fL.q.f , ,- eg fl fffiwv-ri ,tg-,1X+..'-,,-'..f--r ' - . q'j2i:,,1,.:' , ' 1 -'f 5 nga-,nj ,N ' . 'Q g ' 15,-1151 A X sa,.gWg,.M-, Ll- 5. 4- N. ., ,, ,.',,x-Y From brief encounters We develop long-lasting relationships. As companions and critics, We raise our friends' spirits or deilate their egos. By building a bridge over sometimes-troubled Waters, certain teachers break the communication barrier and become trusted colleagues. Close friends do more than bump into us in the hallsg they leave a lasting impression. STUDENT LIFEXI7 55 M EAN S 55 Of the students, by the students, and for the students, the Weekend is a declaration of our independence. As doorbells replace school bells, We organize our free time to enjoy our friends' company, our own company, or a dance company. With well-deserved relax- ation, We celebrate our right to assemble. an STUDENT LIFEf19 1 , , , NovseRgcuz:11-,f N? 2' w ' 1- wEiQlN!0.UT EQ'70HS SA - V QTDK QOXSTUDENT LIFE M 'f 5fji.x'.1it1 , 1 31' .' ' e--12.1,-1.2 , - ,L , Trade Winds from the city sweep cultural opportunities onto the North shore. From listening to Bach 's concerto in D minor to Watching Walter Payton in the T formation, We take advantage of the genius around us. With the constant circulation of artistic talent, culture inspires us like a breath of fresh air. A great escape from the school day routine marks this institution 's favorite institution: vacation. Venturing uptown, downtown, and out-of-town, we eXp1ore everything from spring skiing to summer school. During vacation, even the weariest revive and generate new interest in burning the midnight oil. QQXSTUDENT LIFE '-if AT mx ff' yt' A M , Q' jing ' ff' . g, 'F' if A 441 ,WF - 1' :mf -'f- ' if 4, H 1 -R u,, sv: -Q., ,Qu-f J, 1, ,J t r 1 F '5- 1' STUDENT LIFEXQ3 24fSTUDENT LIFE Success in high school comes from the satisfaction we feel towards our accomplishments, our failures, and our future. As we accept the challenge of meeting new goals, we become masters of our own destinies. STUDENT LIF'Ef25 5' as , -' rr ' r . li 'FA v I 1 ., an A I I V 'nf 1, 4 7 V ff W,,g,h f A , Q V I 'f f ,,., f ' zf x 1 7? S , XF-'Q L 4 ,A ff AL L X " an MV! ' ' M s"'a,,w Q l A Q V f- ' 4 f ' . W fy 4 ,, I, ffm. If Mmm I . f x J 1 Vi "' :nf t 4 , K H 4 1 M ,,, We 3 iff W ' , Hgh ,, 1 1 I gi , F 1 f ' fa ,,, , 41' ' 5 l ga WV, ,,,, K 1 . "' f 4 if 77. f f ,X 'Wx WNV , Vw ,V fp I , ,V A ff MM! W fi, W ff M3671 www ,,,. -, W 2 L W 6 - L, , ,fr ' Kb, fV7A I Q VA fbyni ' MZ ,V " I XC ,, 'm"wg,l" " K 4 W , -y V I ' M Q f' gy .M W ' ,Y I W' , 4 -.qui I, H Ay ' : 1 f ,I , P 2 ,g W f f. ., 2 ICQ? 2 ,fu , ,, . 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V if , f 'Q ,N ,, f - M f f 2-.,, Q , N., -' an ,MJ N, ,,-, ,1P"1j' lox' I " ,iff 1,3 1 Y ff m ww f if G '12 . j .4 Ar- H' I 1 g J.. if as ,,, V, .ff I I", 51 , f : x S, Y 'fi ffz A From a full pallette of activi- ties at New Trier, the impressionis- tic student pain ts his portrait ofthe artist as a young' adult. Dabbling' in a bit of each shade, he blends his interests in to one or two primary colors and transforms a blank canvas in to an extracurricular masterpiece. moml 25fXQxaffQ5.f , n r p Wi X w'02Qflf'l3 A 1 ' Y- xg y " Kylix' ?l aww qv xx. pgs W iffikwffd P V i.V...x s 9 W NL. aw Q' ,. wguliwwwh wf 0 WW Tamara ' HRCHEOLO GICAL FIELD SCHUDL QSXINTERESTS ' r J .......1-i ,,A.,,.--ww.--x,-X--.V-n.,... ,. 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V H .: fi f wr wasasscxuaiu-x1w1rf44fim::m.L,4 , SFJTESELTSTIIQS ww -mama 34fCLUBS ' lg: . ' QQ' ff?4f1f 'f' 4 .fu V1 11, f-' ' I m",7' A igfgqgvff , , g 5 ' ,f 0155 "NIU I f 1. , 10 igkqiw. QQ .1.:a': ff, 4 af, 4 tice SJ ' '- Na+ 'mv -i -Wir on camping, ss country 'D i club Q 86161168 dsx 7 CLUBSf35 36!DECA!OEA here are two rooms at New Trier where tomorrowis execu- tives and clerical workers prepare for business careers. In one room, members of DECA begin apprenticeships in basic advertising, marketing, and banking. Next door, OEA students train to increase their typing, shorthand, and filing proficiencies. DECA and OEA together form New Trier's executive suite. After scanning the job market, DECA and OEA par- ticipants plunged into the professional mainstream. DECA students applied com- mercial acumen to their work. As a group, they encouraged donations to the Winnetka Thrift Shop, a non-profit organization. Integrating the fine details involved in clerical occupations, OEA students provided a valuable work force to community firms. Through ventures into the competitive business world, DECA and OEA students tested their marketable skills at local, state, and national competitions, hoping to win college scholar- ships. The executive suite offered an exciting chance to pursue an alternative course of study. V! ,.,., qi Below: Striking returns from her professional pursuits assist Leslie Brumbaugh in typing the daily bulletin. Below left: Kathy Peter- sen looks to Susie Angle for level advice about balancing finances. Far left: DECA members raise proceeds for the Winnetka Thrift Shop by making sure the price is right. Left: Junior Cindy Stafford takes charge of sales as she earns academic credit for work exper- ience. lKyIe, Paterkiewicz, Pa- terkiewicz, Sewellj DECA BOARD - Bottom Row: Howard, Petersen, Yelton, Pater- kiewicz, Cottle. Second: Koscielak, Angle, Gould, Lyons, Mrs. Weiss. Absent: Slonicki. OEA - Bottom Row: Favorite, Zales, Peter, McKeough, Brum- baugh. Second: Morden, Ander- son, Hahn, Miss Wayne, Amici, Morrison, Williams. Absent: Douds, Gillis, James. DECAIOEAX 37 Warkiiii , 7' To be sung to the tune of "I am Womanf' Many C3115 l3he.Y Hssembledf Teaming up with New Trier West, Thanksgiving did resemble hey are women, hear them roar, A feast of kindliness. In numbers too big to ignore, And they strived all year to reach a common goal. If they had to, They could do anything, They raised money, which girls received, They were strong, To pay for college entrance fees, They were successful, New Trier girls pitched in and helped with heart and soul. They were Girls' club. "Oh yes," Gigi said, Friendly week included fun, "Our enthusiasm reigned, Sending grams and bubblegum, Oh yes, we worked hard, Funny T-shirts, hats and oxfords were displayed. And look how much we gainedll' Girls' club were happy with their year, If they had to, Raising money and good cheer, They could do anything, They accomplished feats which cou1dn't be outweighed They were strong, They were successful, "Oh yes," Gigi said, They were Girls' club! "Our enthusiasm reigned, Oh yes, we worked hard, Crunch bars were sold around the school, And look how much we gainedlv Three thousand dollars they did pool, As committees helped the club to reach its mark. If they had to, They could do anything, Magazines were vended too, They were strong, They were purchased and renewed, They were successful, A successful drive for money had embarked. They were Girls' club! 38fGIRLS' CLUB mix 1 Below right: President Gigi Gregg and Co-head of scholarships Liz Barrett relish the sweet success of the candy sale. Below: Handling the canned food drive, Patty Langan reaches out to help the needy. Left: Girls' club members blend the ingredients for a rich profit in the world's largest bake sale. Hardy, Barre, McCookj 6. f A ff' uf!! , ff W ,ff ' f ,Q ,. fr f 'g . . i A f,,,4 . ,.,,.,,,, , , . O - 54,1151-g,--,Iv 4, 1 - A 4 'X fwfr' "i V' ,. 2' "f?p.'.,1"'lf'i 'L' ' Jw, ,Mr-Ch: 'Q figkiifgx 1 B 1 7:7551 4015?-'J f M me "gin-y, , 531 2432 f 1,1 'Q 5532 ,Wg ,jeu W., ff .711 f ,V ' 'nf 4 f,, W., A r 5130- FRESHMEN HELPERS - Bot- tom Row: Wysockey, Harrington, Besant, Heller, Schulte, Beggan. Second: Schwimmer, Husak, Hall, Giordano, Kerr, Berlin, McCarthy Q39 ,Q M' . v . 1 f ,ff ' 'if ' . W f xv 4355, 21.4 1 4 4 1 ,, fv- 1,4 ,, ,, f - 4 sy Q i. 1 -we ff! X hu., 'IM f 1 H :Q 'z '- V' ,rw ' wr,-q,'fr L , ,.,..,.-vm..-.. f , A savannas v, H gy- ...L T ri-ship enterprise Whereas: Whereas Whereas Whereas: Whereas: A resolution to recognize the fair sailing of the 1980 Tri-ship voyage The Canned food drive and Christmas tree sale steered the Tri-ship crew on course for another successful yearg and Entertainment programs such as Casino night transmitted positive attitudes toward social eventsg and The worthy program Pride Inside was kept afloat by the determination of all the board to clean up the schoolg and The new concession stand made great waves with the fans and contributed to the pooling of funds for boys' scholarshipsg and Freshmen helpers and Usher corps sailed full steam ahead by displaying leadership and fellowship to their peersg Therefore, be it resolved by the student body of New Trier East that: Section 1: Section 2: President Doug Ryan and sponsor Terrence Barton should hereby be commended for skillfully guiding the Tri-ship projects of 1980. This year's goals and accomplishments should be used to steer future ships in the right direction. i.-' - , I .J af i L 40fTRI SHIP f . if c FRESHMAN HELPERS Bottom Row Tmkle Rappaport Kurschner, Hammersley, Gordon, Rees Left: Ice cream socialist Jerome Vye makes a mint for Tri-ship. Far left: Tri-ship officers get around to tabling their paperwork. Extreme left: Blair Tinkle is coming home after a successful performance as a deerhunter. Above left: In a grand finale to the Homecoming festivi- ties, "Passion" performs for music lovers. IKyle, McCook, Barre, McC0okj TRI-SHIP USHER CORPS - Bottom Row: Kerins, Carrane, Vye. Second Maddox, Worthington, Secaras Moticik. DOUG RYAN JOHN REES PHIL LAHEY HANK ZANARINI President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer p I K ' at .gp X l , JEROME GREG BLAIR JAY HALL MARK MEL HARRY VYE HOSBEIN TIN KLE TILLEY ADAMS MOTICIK HILL SECARAS Public relations Public relations Entertainment Charities Arrangements Arrangements Tickets Tickets co-chairman co-chairman chairman chairman co-chairman co-chairman co-chairman co-chairman .X HOWIE WARREN BOB JIM DAVID JOHN JOHN RICK HAYES JAMES CARRANE ELLIOTT TURNER FIX NASH HOFMANN Special events Head of freshmen Head usher Internal affairs Junior class Sophomore class Seryice Service chairman helpers chairman Cofhalfman C0-Chairman 42fTRI-SHIP In li K. W .. L I 4' . I in ' E 3 ei3'f'i.-Lvlifgf! A . as GIRLS ' CL UB USHER CORPS - Bottom Row: Nebel, Pitt, Moore, J. Miller, Russell, Pyott, Seweloh, Vitikain- en, Fine, Henderson, Bothfeld, Claffey. Second: Bergman, Law- less, Prindiville, Roberts, Alvarez, Arden, Granath, Kerwin, K. Nicolazzo, A. Nicolazzo. Third: Dini, Laport, Ryan, Fenner, Gould, Seymour, D. Miller, Hartman, Paullus, Pick, Radnor. Fourth: Lipe, Page, Finney, Maguire, Hosbein, Ziegler, Lane, McConnell Shaffer, Rosenzweig, Kurschner Hung, Shelly, Fusco, Newby Aschauer. Fifth: Lawlor, Kelley Hawk, Riblet, Geary, Park. I :il - f-3 'il GIGI GREGG LINDA HILTON MARCIE CROSS KAREN LEVENSON ANNE KERR President Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Head of freshmen :4 ' " L I I S' -..-1 1 I I l A 6 T? . M 11 f -M A LIZ JENNIFER GWEN LAURA COURTNEY PATTY NICOLE SUE BARRETT WOOD MATHEWSON PLUMB MARSH LANGAN KAMINSKI DILTZ Co-head of Co-head of Asst. Head of Asst. financial Co-head of Co-head of Co-head of scholarships scholarships scholarships financial social awareness social awareness publicity X l A lv 2, 'X 'TT' .J , X K KELLY SUZANNE LAURA BONNIE FAITH HILLARY PEGGY PEGGY O'KEEFE FAUROT WILLIAMS ZIEGLER LAWLOR PANAS ROBERTS MAGUIRE Co-head of Asst. publicity Co-head of Co-head of Head usher Co-head of art Co-head of art Head of service publicity banquets banquets GIRLS CLUBI43 1 7 f" 5, 'f .1194 it H ,, , ,, ' V I 44fSPORTS SERVICE Q l uv-' 9 . ' if gin, .gpg-, An extra helping n their marks, sta- tisticians stood ready to record the outcome of exciting matches. Getting set, Gymkana and Guard members assembled the equipment and reviewed their lessons. The whistles sounded, the children ar- rived, and the sportser- vicernen were off. Donating their time, Sports service volunteers helped young children and New Trier teams to start off on the right foot. Guard sponsored Saturday morn- ing swimming lessons and Wednesday night free s N 1' swims which encouraged community children to breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly. For kids who wanted to flip, flop, and fly, Gymkana offered gymnas- tics instruction. Statis- ticians, mat maids and timers faithfully compiled the measurements from New Trier competitions. These dedicated students learned the rewards of teaching and the respon- sibility that leadership commands. Training future athletes and recording today's results, Sports ser- vice finished first in the race for athletic proficiency. Left: Ken Stearns' steady support helps a young student get a strong hold on gymnastics. Far left: Weezie Kerr demonstrates the twists and turns of freestyle to straighten out her student's stroke. Above left: The stat girls record an album of the latest hits. Above: Audree Nicholls conducts a lesson on how to achieve perfect muscle tone. ILow, Low, Low, Pa terkiewiczj SPORTS SERVICEM5 46fGUARD GUARD J 2 gn A i GIRLS'GUARD-Bottom Row: Madden, Friedlander, Beggan,Stefanie Miller, Ward, Sullivan, Dillon, M. McMahon, Montgomery. Fourth Wussler, Kerr, Sally Wussler, Cervinka, Kelly. Second: Holmberg, Peterson, Lifvendahl, Berner, Kurschner, Rutherford, Hart, Stevenson Mclntire, Sharfstein, Scanlan, Hinshaw, Eliot, Alexander, Williams, Atkinson, Donahoe. Absent: Besant, Eby, Florko, Guthrie, James Carter, Moore, Downey. Third: J. McMahon, Cross, Nolan, Holland, Jannotta, Lind, Lorenz, Turner, Wilson. 1 E BOYS' GUARD - Bottom Row: A. Gordon, J. Gordon Bhote Ashmore Powell, Baker, Mead, Martin, Mueller. Second: D. Gunn Coxdn Lorenz, Folkl, C. Gunn, John Wilson, Sunkel, Rottman, Wengler, Korn, liuipers Third: Carroll, Fowkes, Steiner, Gluckm A d an, n erson,Hennessy, Bridges, Burgee, Granath. Fourth: Patterson, McDonald, Scott, Fawcett, O'Malley Stiffler, Hotchkiss, Gerding, Raveret. Absent: Allen, Bendy, Biskis, Heise Herbst, Marcus, Jim Wilson. GYMKANA AND STA TISTICIANS .,4.ll.-1- W GYMKANA - Bottom Row: Lawler, Meier, Hostert, Stetter, Nicholls, Ward, Howard, Kullby, Sipe, Lazer, C. Ryan. Second: Walsh, Parrish, Bennett, Stearns, Adamson, Conway, Lin, Rigolin, M. Ryan, Platon. Mead, Hafgetti Alder, G1'i9SS91', Cfeagh- Peterson, Lawless. Third: Kincaid, Gilson, Madden, Goodman, Williams, Scully, Armstrong, Piorkowski, Milliken. Fourth: D. Maher, S. Maher, I fx i R SWIM TIMERS - Bottom ROW: J. Kelly, Martin, C. Blodgett, Clavin, Friedlander, Fine. Fourth: Peterson, E. Wood, Mead, S. Rutherford, G. Wood, Miller, Zummer. Second: Farnsworth, S. Blodgett, Day, Stefanie Lindstrom, Williams, Montgomery, Bowen. Fifth: Husak, Turner, L. Wugsler, Sally Wussler, Kerr, A. Cervinka, Madden, Carter. Third: Cervinka, Cunningham, Lorenz, Lind, M. Kelly. Absent: Campion, Eliot, Lifvendahl, Ward, Florko, Epkins, Cross, P. Rutherford, Moore, Giordano, Hynes, Jenkins, McClain, S. Wood, GYMKANAXSTATISTICIANSX47 Green gray backers 1 of , X' 48fPEP CLUB Jl'c"', .A .ixl Left: Molly Kissinger's animated broadcast arouses interest in Pep club's current events. Above: President Maripat Loftus cashes in on Pep club's good fortune. Above right: Taking the field as a special team, the Pom pon squad kicks off from the fifty yard line. Right: Whether the team's play is hot, warm, or cold, Susie Turner is an all tempa-cheer Indian. fCohen, Hardy, Campbell, Kylei ep club, New Trier's spirit rais- ing organization, highlighted its year with unprecedented changes. With President Maripat Loftus's outstanding initia- tive, the club hosted team breakfasts and sent congra- tulatory cards to athletes in an attempt to recognize all sports. Another amend- ment, eliminating the eligibility point system, encouraged participation in the club especially from juniors and seniors. By increasing sports publicity Pep club helped to fill the . boys' sporting events. .P Pep club also sponsor l many social activities :Ui sparked enthusiasm in its student body. This 53,35 stands at both girls' at showcase of events includ ' the annual ice cream soci and a Thanksgiving honoring all New Tri clubs. Sweet success fr i the Homecoming gram af candy cane sales helped PW club to lick their financi i problems. The dili e. expanded Pep club's tra i tional ideal of boosti school spirit. g . efforts of this year's st MARIPAT LOFTUS LUCY FARNSWORTH President Vice-president A fff 1 se e A gf f 11.s! a -A vt ,,, A M as ,V 5MCgWy ji ,'ug H agp 1? T , V Q , W., , , 2 SUSIE CINDY LINDA ATKINSON DICKES FETZER , Head of Co-head of Co-heed of communications selling selling L - y , ,, VV,V ,, ,L by H in , A .,-II iulf in Qi!! 5 I-Qi? In If fi' f -Vi be U"1 'S' A -- ELLEN MARIA MOLLY BRUMITT DWYER KISSINCER Head of girls' Asst. girls' Asst' gms, sports publicity sports pu blicity sports publicity Q- l i ff . L ,fl ', ' BETSY MCLEOD AMY FREEDMAN Treasurer Secretary Y W' f fn T ..,, 'J 3 if f ' , r -4 Eff wM,.dL SUSAN PATTI CHERI KATE SUSIE GOLDSMITH SCHUMANN PLATE LAWLER SMIDER Asst. selling Head of Head of boys' Asst. boys' Asst. boys' freshmen sports publicity sports publicity sports publicity af' 'gr , ,gg Y , gl! 177' ,f . 1 Visa rwwn V fl, x MEREDITH ANN JENNIFER KATE LIZ EMERSON WOLLAEGER WACKERLE BUCK SHELLY Co-head of art Co-head of art Asst. art Co-head of Co-head of eligibility eligibility PEP CLUBf49 VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEER- LEADERS - Bottom Row: Stevens, L. Bergman, Butterworth, McConnell, Jones . . , . g , Donahoe, Miller, Turner. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS - Bottom Row: Bissell, Stone, Svingos, Madden. Second: Conran, Federico, Buntain, Surman. 50fPEP CLUB Second- Eliot D Ber man of BASKETBALL CHEERLEAD Stone, Federico, Kanne, Svingos, Surrnan, Conran, Buntain. Second: Minar,Tangney,Rosenb10OII1-AbS6l1t!Mill6r. Maimon, McConnell, Sayre, Butterworth, Lawton, Faherty, Montgomery, ERS - Bottom Row: Bissell, Madden, Zanarini Third: Norehad, Alvarez, Bower Needler Ramgdell E f I - 1 3... ,, .1 . ....,e... WW? POM-PON - Bottom Row: Crawford, Davis, White, Avery, Gorman, Wright, Holmberg, Townsend, Chandler, Bissell, Williamson, Polydoris. , Bergersen, C. Wright, Breckheirner. Second: Champion, Flanagin, Johnson, Absent: Emerson, Fowler, Peterson. James, Harkness, Rornanek, Beemer, Patterson, Lane. Third: Higgins, K. SOCCER CHEERLEADERS - Bottom Row: Zanarini, Holland, Richards. Second: Driscoll, Kanne, Ramsdell, Nykaza. 1 WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS - Bottom Row: Power, Dunn, Kalter, Gray. Second: Camoosa, Phillippi, Marquardt, Ryan. PEP CLUBf51 .. 5 553721 -" . 5 5 fi '1is-.a,--f-- '-- - ilitary sales. Ex- porting grain. Aid to under- developed countries. In- creasing or decreasing trade barriers. The question of significant change in the United States' foreign trade policy provided an abun- dance of material for another challenging year of New Trier East debate. Collecting thousands of pieces of evidence necessary for competitive debate required hard work. The orators began by going to universities such as Ken- tucky, Massachusetts, Red- lands, and Northwestern which were sponsoring debate clinics. During the year team members often spent as much time at the Northwestern library as many NU students and occupied public libraries for hours on end. Another time- consuming task, "up- to-datism," required that they keep abreast of all major publications and report on them to the class. Team members dis- played their expertise by placing well in all tour- naments entered. This championship work WHS accomplished with the leadership of President John Weinkopf and Vice president Chris Murdoch. Despite their inexperience, the JV and novice teamS included some of the best debaters in NTE history. When all three squads were combined, the product was a superior 1980 debate team. ,F L .L.L Q -r ' t K ' ..:tmm.g4,..: "A' X . ' X -41 I :iff 5-A Q 5.52 s N -35.-. cj.--l -gjj,y.,g gi, 'gf,5g,, r ,55- .N , ,,,. . - , . 95-semi,-W ffm - Key, , ,733-yr,-I-26 . Q wr- Us-.7 X.. Q7 s. - - Agp .gigs l isgj-fff.,ffJ.,.--try, 1 . i ls ',1s..,.Ml5 Q' H N .sr w1:1'1ws-'Yi S r ' fwf r- Rh? -was .L.. . fs -1vx1f:M:,X..::x.s,: -zz ,Q K is W- 33524 ligkxyf-Ig 3, cw :give A X: V. . imp- K ,Q .gXx'1.1s.g se h f . ., it T" ' ---k ' Q Ps ':'s"YWS""?5 z v d . a s"'f: . "QV -1 if j Q : -few, -f,-N. i, :mx--9 -.1 , , .L., ,I-. .fr X we ' AN-wr' -. - ' ridgiw':'i'T5 2531-3 .Q .. i .L , i . 055233 :.3.,m: -'TQ Q. M j X s ' - '- -bx-' er- ' I . . -- 1- wif-1' im ..., fg , 'jQ"fsfr.c:.f?17g, gi . , .. '- . , ,Lvb 5- -f Q43 Q ZR: -A NX,-Nj 2 .ggfziw rn., ,mp ,E K b M H Q.. - 'f..-eg...-4.1 f .Wf f-V .-sc' :N 1 . ' "4-,.i?,L., ss F -' log? :,,,' 'Tw ' 1. -"Hi--Y ,Ii -eg, E ,131 ze.. PSSA, naman,-, X . ' V' ga n' ix i X . Q 'K . iw, h Y . 3-1 ,M t U' nfcfffik Far left: John Weinkopf uses concrete evidence to build an invincible wall of defense. Left: Senior Matt Hines carrieslthe burden of proof as he arms himself for a debate. IPhotos by Kylej VARSITY - Bottom Row: Doughty, Nelson, Mr. McClain Ccoachl, Zaks, Turner, Roche, Hines, Weinberg, Platt, Addis. Second: Murdoch, Blum, Olds. Weinkopf, Lissner, James, Revord, Myers. Third: NOVICE - Bottom Row: Harris, Chanen, Schneider, Whelan. Second: Mr. McClain Kcoachb, Fiffer, Burstein, Marsh, Sugarman. Third: Weinberg, Levine, Sullivan, Kaefer, MacDonald. DEBATE! 53 lthough lifestyles vary from person to person, sensi- tive emotions are shared by alll Through open lines of communication and genuine appreciation for the needs of others, lasting comradery is born. In New Trierls Social service program, personal contact and mutual respect helped students to develop close friendships with the young and elderly alike. Early in the school year Social service began an all out effort to recruit volun- teers for its highly ac- claimed program. With "Whenever I Call You Friendl' as the theme, almost three hundred students brought concern and fellowship to par- ticipants in eleven unique groups. Three types of one-to-one learning exper- iences were tutoring school- age children in the inner city and local communities, providing companionship for senior citizens in nursing homes, and caring for young hospital patients. In order to pay for activities and transporta- tion, Co-heads Anne Alonzi and Holly Olsen coordinat- ed two annual fund raisers. The Rurnmage sale and the popular Battle of the Bands provided money to send volunteers to their weekly destinations. Leadership and enthusiasm from all fifteen board members made each group a special, close-knit unit and kept the organization running smoothly throughout the year, SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD - Bottom Row: Stinneford Schechter, Rowell, Petersen Second: Cardinal, Segal, Spring Love, Hoagland. Third: Alonzi Shapiro, Mack, Heller, Galbraith Olsen. Absent: Meyers, Penney, ws, Left: 'Social service registers a smile in this Christopher house tutee. Far left: Carolyn Sherman assists her tutee in discovering the prose and cons of poetry. Above left: This tutee's smile is an expression of the wonders that Social service performs. Top: Lindsey Fine lends an ear as she develops a sound relationship with her Christopher house tutee. Above right: In a close encounter of the personal kind, Sarah Page helps her tutee to understand the universal logic of mathematics. fBorre, Cohen, Cohen, Barre, Cohen 2 SOCIAL SERVICE! 55 ggggfijfz., I , A-,Tw TV.-.1 ,.w,,gm,a,,-, F '- fffgg1w'mtQ: www? " 53 v ' - r ii 5' x A: W 'fr '2 - J r 3 'I A ,J Y: if Iii - in 1 lx at V 'V x.1,,3f?Q '9 e m m4J.. i x FV -,Z .li .Q 'IV '- Qffd - . - 1 '- 1 ' ,'!",-4. 4 ,,, ', H .J ,fig -tgp? A Vvl, A , L, ' 13, '15 , , L X., , . fi- if 5 I 4 3 . K , V, , 'Rf A ,ae Ii, 'I A . , 4 X If ?,, , fig., ' I ff Z I Qi' 1 0 , Q .,A.1 , ,L ,U Y ,,.,,, ' .L if A' e, I' ,,Qgig3,,,.?-A 4 ,, ,, ,..,.,. , , . ,S ,il 4 -,Q J., . ev l r A . 4,71 ii? ,. . - , . A - at , , Q ' uf 'I 'L I I 1 ' fftwam , x A V it i , W . . , . ,, A 1 . 4- A Y N - J ' I inf 'B O i, "b' f ' 'f' 9- T 7' , di P' 0 ,I f 5 f X , : , 1, -' , j ,, 3 NORMANDY HOUSE - Bottom Row: Spinner, Camoosa. - ,. ' ' ' 1 " -- ' V , Dunn.Clal'fey. Second: Rowell iheadJ,Kelso, Parker,H1rschle, CHRISTOPHER HOUSE - Bot- tom Row: J. Haderlein, Tilton Miner, Kepler, Sigel, Fujie. Second: Li Haderlein, Love, Thornton, Witherell Atherton, T. segei qw-heady. Thirdi Wold, Giras, VanElk, Spring ico- headl, Olds, Dowen, G. Segal, Absent: Balmes, Chapin, Coyne, Dini, Fine, Fleming, Frechette, Kelley, Malloy, Maurer, Morgan, Thesing. B Je . Koscielak, M. Koscielak. Third: Moody, Waterman. nnings, Petrie, Neuman, Olsen. vw 52? gj'Q ' 5. "-, 'A My il X 1 Q I ff-mi' f . L ,, . ,WAQ ,,?.L, fr, ,Wm A -A-7? V ., - ., g 1 Sf --f l , ,y g, A fb-AQ 1 N. MM, raw Y ,f 1 ' if if i if X 'N , : if V' f f , Q Qi v I f meta, I r 4 X' a ... ir' 15+ ' - ill' ' ' B ,, I I if L' y,?Qig'f 3' , if ' ,n . ., K' ,ef " ' i'i9 ' r, 2 W f J l' ',,te ' ' .-" ' sei , P . T ' We .4 ' Qi a.,, Q Q .J ' X , , --- ' Hi 21' 'f5f,,'n?S-If - 'rar'- 25, I ' mix, ,.a,,? .-N 1555, Q ,M -. ,I . asf,-I i ' X Rik Xl .- ' 1 'H is iff - ' . it f hif. gi i I I e ,1, the fm Ati . H . KQKX N -L er 7 of ,.,",f,, , fs., qw , 5. V. T M - 1' X "'i 5 if I M ' X , H if i ILLINOIS CHILDREN'S HOSPI- TAL SCHOOL - Bottom Row: Ferrick, Sperry, J. Davis, Koscielak, Sullivan, Fisch, Rutherford. Second Cullen, A. Davis, Schumann, Page, Cottle. Third: Lewis, Dudick, Finney, Peterson iheadj. Absent: Bentley, Jaegers, Osman. M Sc Gr A ICHAEL REESE - Bottom Row: Paullus, Jannota, hlair, Bellamy, Sergesketter. Second: Mack fheadl, ildman, Loftus, Jones, Diaz. i' fy' V " fffff iv 1 "iff ,,: if jLZLgjQg:,,,' 1' ' , , I H " , ., git A ii ,f A I , 'ZZEZLL ,VAVI . 5 - .. 5 ' A ff ' 1 in 'Airefir Q. W V ge. 'f ,Z:,,,,,,,,. I , f V . .1 f .1 1, . f 7 . H '74 :' "A i ' -f .1 if 1 f ' f - 1, " 'iff' ' 1 A I -- " -9 ,Z , if ' E .Ai 'ISP' F f : ' , Q 1 1 riff ' 3 ' F ' ' .H ' " 1 1 4 f 44 5 V' 1 2 Q4 ' V ,L 8 ,Z is YA A ,LJ I K J, SWA! I' HQ, 4, 1. we fo, L . A h-bv , :J if .J - if ' 4 A 1 Q g t -,W ' 4 ' , ' 2 " ., , W2 'db 5, , 3 M4 Y .4 MW 'H I ' MH f "-fi , f' Q 2,47 f, .. f I f " ' W' 1 ef I" , Q' - A-' ' " 4 Q-lu, 3 '53 I if s K ' "M f-- Z in '4, " 7 ?-4' 1 f' ' I a I, A . ' f t f Til f ...W f r f' XJ if f 47' 5 t A 52 I A H gf I ,I s .x 1 ., , sg... z: r , , - f I Ju., , 1 N. ,, I K TULEY - Bottom Row: Broderick. Gately, Rubin, Janoski, Roche. Rein- heimer, Drileck, Shapiro. Second: Offer, Kipley, Bernstein, Weinstein, love Penney Kravits Herzon Viti AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING - Bottom Row: Pagano, Cardinal fheadl, Flynn. Second: Noyes, Dougherty, Hinds. kainen. Third: Flanagin, Dickes, Buck. Hirschtritt. Lieberman, Detmer, Lee, McCormick, Farwell, Davis. Absent: Kolfman, Perry, Pfaelzer, Scully. l f 'J I I I wiv I ov. ill 1 , rf' it ,J IGI QU! ll Q Y. F L qi P! Rl lol Se, Mi 4 I G 1 i ..,. Q,.,. 251 Q A , -'EJ' ff! g. s ' L ' sxrw,f,- Kurschner, Page, Sayre, Shaffer, gf X i tw, Sherman. S A :si C1 ,Qi fi? M-f , Qs., z. Kg me await-ir K Q L Xxx WN fi N ST. CHARLES - Bottom Row goi xx X . Hol'l'man, Galbraith lvo-headl ' X X X ., A , ' . f 3 - -x,'- X Gitlin, Kaplan, Fuchs. Second yi' te 1.5, , "QA Q , Pyott, Calhoun, Whittemore .af or K 1 .5 X . X 3 X A galiclielinsii, C'hii3a:'clilil', Pgelriraer l '34, ,, - , f P- S K, eg -N ir : ussey, ,i J m e, .' me y K , ' , N5 W,.O,!.T', 5, W X' .' -" Baker, 0'C'onnell. Fourth: Tshilds, Q: 'jf' N 4 L L"' 7 XFN' Meyers leo-headl, Abrams. Reiss, ff' X McFarlin. Fifth: Mayer, Peterson 6' rr-x , ,L ' , . ,kv Q: if Wieland, Neuman, Houser. X-'sN N N Absent: Alster, Frey, Goldberg . ' - L ,-Ji, Q H a nsen ne, James, Kelly 'ifigr s f , . -.x I A A .gQfA'x, ,L ,, R-.-. . , e 4. f -nf . ,' 1.-' 3 'L-XQY1. , W 4 ' 'V I-'P' .. s : 1 Q fig.. H -. A , .- , W' - ' '.-spar.,--. 'IN ..,..- , , S' X735-iff: ' Q V 5'5" ' - , 'X "JL-4. - ...L ft, fl Q.. "t .-2 , ts" 1 A NT. X A . s '- 1 ,--Q -X ,A-, X , . , .,,9, N' s. S ,zfrl . Q h wits, . .17 .'N.-R , iff, V s, f . , .,. Y . X - , ., ., . ,pf 4 A ,EH f f" fn i f P 1 X . eff' ' ., -at .1 y- .' if 'i A ' " 1- Q: . . ,cw ., ., ,L I , 4 .u , 4, .J . gp, if , W f 1 .: 5 ,wi 5 . .., ..- J' 4 A if Q5 arf Z ff vig g 6 A M Q 5, if nf .K V . ,,,,. I - wr A gi?-.P n . Q 'x X ' - . 1 , if gi' 2 2: l I " ' - Z , '4 Mfr? f 5223-,. , : I 94 wr-5, i fx V: , 1 W4 -. . .HW QV, ff, 1 , ' ' U!! A ..-. T i B V r T ll ai S :A . U a.,Q..La .J I A RIDGEVIEW PAVILLION - Bot- tom Row: Miller, Gillis, Federico, Seymour. Second: Bryan, Dunkel, Mills, Curtiss, Ganquist, L. Pearl. WI v ,'- ' .fig M' az' wwf 7, A :L 121, e. V 5 ff ff Q o . .'e,' C-WARD -'-- Bottom Row: Segal, Reis, Becker, Kowalski. Second: Shelton, Crow, Wood, Perry. Third: Schecrhler lheacll, Seymour, Tourville, Miller, Rowell, Absent: Miss Thomsen. Third: Penney, Love theadl, Meyers. S. Pearl, Pope. Absent: Buckmann, O'Rourke, Powell, Shelley. mg., sw f 5 2 I , 'ss , six .1 .. fi 1.5 'V ,XJ -' 5' A -N is ,eff H it eeene' L ...., I W5 , R 7, X ,. . Q, 1 X G X I A . , -rrr A-WARD - Bottom Row: Hall, Cardinal, Squires, Stinneford lheadl. Second: Tim Allen, Kleckner, Waite, L ISHAM - Bottom Row: M. Borre, Carroll, Hoagland leo--headl, Weinberg. Williamson, Vokes, Lawlor. Second: Bennett, Stecker, Reardon, Miller, Price Alvarez Berlin Heller lco-headl 151.5 Nebel, Alonzi. Third: Stein, Hatton, Cook, Rosenberg, Ryan, Tom Allen. Absent: Allsteadt, Lipe. Third: Merkel, L. Borre, Head, Wood, Golin, Wassinan, Kelley, Gould Harrold, Gribble. Absent: Berman Cavalier, Harrison, Higgins, Nolan Pateras Phelan Pick, Vanvlierbergen SSXSTUDENT COUNCIL Above: Student council board members knuckle down to discuss matters at hand. Top: V.P. Sue Weinberg winds up a board mee- ting as secretary Hilary Graham records the daily minutes. Far right: Hilary Graham's image of a perfect secretary is reflected in her dealings with board members. Right: New sponsor Diane Stoewer upholds SC's stand for better communication with stu- dents. fHardy, Hardy, Hines, Hinesj cil . E i: . Ah, , ,-., , s a unifying and re- presentative body, Student council initiated involvement wi- thin New Trier. For the second consecutive year, SC participated in Pride Inside, an effort to free New Trier of trash and vandalism. Plans for a cleaner school were acted upon as student volunteers picked up trash in the infamous cafeteria. In accordance with the boys' and girls' advisor chairmen, President Dave Buzard and his cabinet members worked to enforce school policies, establishing rules and agreeing on disciplinary measures. One recreational event sponsored by Student council was the Halloween party. Booths, gyms, and the swimming pool were opened for the students' enjoyment. Joining a natio- nal movement, SC encoura- ged students to write to the American hostages in Iran and mailed the cards free of charge. Together, these programs strengthened stu- dent government. DAVID BUZARD President ..,..1,....1- 1 , Li - N li 'V 44- .4--'U' . 'J Je AX I D li SUSAN WEINBERG Vice-president ALAN BLUM Treasurer I-IILARY GRAHAM Secretary LEGISLATIVE BOARD - Bottom Row: Alster, Murdoch, Smudsky, Cole, Levine, Blum. Absent: Bunge, Fitzgerald, Weinberg, Graham, Segal, Holleran, Cascino, Hum, Mack, Selvaggio. Pedicini. Second: Malott, Klawans, Buzard, Fox, STUDENT COUNCILf59 60fEOC T hat's entertainment e, the students of New Trier High School East, in order to form a more enjoyable school year and to occupy free time with educational and entertain- ing programs, do ordain and establish the Educational Opportunities Committee for the students and faculty of New Trier East. The Educational Op- portunities committee, es- tablished through the Pro- gram for Unassigned Time, outdid themselves this year. The twelve member board worked alongside President Patricia Regan and sponsor Miss Diane Stoewer to bring speakers and programs of wide appeal to New Trier. Controversial topics includ- ing Gun control, the Draft, Child abuse, and Save the Seals informed students about pertinent issues today. "Heaven Can Wait" and "Mr. Cub" Ernie Banks were box office hits at New Trier. Completing another successful season, EOC's efforts were governed by the tradition of hard work and ingenuity. ,yi as 55. ..,. L- -' xaif- ' i.7,Q,fQ -'k' w ' ' U, ' Y ,, ,f , Q 1. 24 o' "QS: 301655 , . ' ,. 07.3, .. XNS X! Y M , X lgwnlxli fi " W f f O c 1 Below: New Trier students have professional manicurists at their fingertips during EOC's Make- Over Fair. Below left: Fielding questions from a capacity crowd, Ernie Banks makes a hit with New Trier students. Bottom left: Governor James Thompson, man of vision, sets his sights on a well-informed student body. Extreme left: Day and night, the EOC office is illuminated by bright ideas. Far left: New Trier students can't wait for EOC's coming movie attraction. Left: EOC's campaign to save this endangered species wins the school's seal of approval. Near left: Congressional candidate John Porter discusses the issues and answers the questions of New Trier voters. IFinarre, Low, Kyle, Low, Campbell, Low, Peponisj EOC BOARD - Bottom Row: Fine, Malott, Regan, Kusar Second: Levine, Olds, Abell Godfrey. Absent: Addis, Hdudddl Smudsky, Sontag, Wilson. EOCf61 62fIM SpmWHhg' chance ,i,,V,,, , -,fwfwiw w,,.,.,..,f4,v. .t,,,.,,.,N,f,.iM variety of well- from foosball to football. .Z Above: Breaking away from a traffic jam, an IM participant increases the point spread with a sweet shot. Top: Like a flash in the pan, Rich Emerick makes a sizzling interception. Right: During their lunch break Robert Strube and Greg Marks enjoy the specialty of the house, courtesy of Intramurals. fLow, Paterkiewicz, McCook! organized and well-received pro- grams led to Intramurals, most successful season in their five year history. The IM board established its goals in a written constitu- tion that was distributed to faculty and students. To furnish many intraschool tournaments in an informal atmosphere, they offered a multitude of games ranging Innovative diversions in- cluded girls' racquetball, a new activity on IM's roster, and a newsletter informing students of both past Weeks' scores and upcoming events. During IM rec night New Trier's excellent athletic facilities were opened to the community. IM presented a recreational option to sports enthusiasts. ll B1 1, . fi BRIAN WILCOX CATHY ROSSOW Student director Asst. student director xf IM BOARD - Bottom Row: Rahe, Baylin, Bigelow, Armstrong, Murphy, Miller, Chalmers, Riblet, Beck, Schmid, Dugan, Neylan. Second: Wiersema, Gescheidle. 'film-m si IMf63 S, 'F , 1 5 . or - f' li?-HQ 10 Jx'H'Q, T QI ll 'Days Gone Dry' hile many people spent their sum- mer days in lei- sure, the dedicated Lag- niappe staff, under the guidance of co-chairmen Sally Husak and Mimi Kerwin, worked actively writing dialogues and com- posing lyrics. By the end of September, Lagniappe '80, New Trier's student 66fLAGNIAPPE produced musical comedy, was through its first stages and almost ready for production. This show, performed in early November, opened New Trier's dramatics season. "Days Gone Dry," writ- ten by Sue Klawans, takes place in the 1930's during the Chicago world's fair. ' . Q, 'iii 5-f?'f?1 ' 2? 1 Iowa radio announcer Dave Corbett and his fiance Jan come to Chicago to see the fair and to visit his brother. However, their quiet vaca- tion plans shatter when Dave becomes involved with Chicagolandls two most prominent gangs. Along the way Dave becomes interest- ed in Frieda, a member of the Bressler gang, com- plicating matters further. Harmony is restored when Dave, unable to accept the life of crime, reunites with Jan. After the closing scene, the audience and the cast itself left the theater with satisfaction and eager an- ticipation of shows to come. CAST Dave Corbett ............................. HOB JORDAN Emile Turgidson J an ................ ........ Frieda Bressler ..... Flo Bressler ......... Maurice Klong ...... WILLIAM C. MERICLE HOLLY PETRIE CARLA RIGOLIN MARY RYAN JIM SCHNEIDER if 1111-'F' LAGNIAPPE BOARD - Bot- tom Rowz Collins, McCarthy Southern, Kerwin, Jewell. Second Eckhouse, Husak, Morris Klawans, Cannon. Third: Decker Hinshaw, Peponis, Stiles, Golub. Left: Tim Beckman and Amy Zeh waltz into the spotlight with a sparkling performance. Far left: Straight off the assembly line, Lagniappe cast members are packaged for maximum perfor- mance. Above left: Eyeing himself in the mirror, Adam Schellenberg applies the finishing touches before appearing on stage. Above: After selecting their new leader, Lag- niappe gang members appear to hold their future well in hand. fPeponis, Cohen, Cohen, Pepon- is! ' LAGNIAPPEXGI 'I Remember Mama' and 'T he Unsinkable Molly Bro wn I his year's Fresh- man and Soph- o m ore cl a s s e s made their acting debut with the production of two famous and complicated plays. The young actors performed without tech- n1cal assistance, lights, or scenery and received en- couraging acclaim. The underclassmen's opening play, "I Remember Mama," was written by John Van Druten from a collection of Kathryn Forbes' short stories. The play depicted Forbes' dis- covery of writing and the life of her immigrant family. According to director Mr. Edward Steele-Nicholson, the challenge was to blend together these separate stories. After integrating the plots, the players combined the emotional development of the characters with car- eful blocking techniques to make a hit play. The showing of the second play marked the first Top: Before contributing their two cents' worth, Katrin lChristine Calkinsl and Christine ll.ea Ta- toolesl listen attentively to Mama's financial advice. Right: Respond- ing to his subpoena, Mr. 'Hyde Uonathon Shermanl appeals to Mama tJanet Van De Graaffl and her council. QPhotos by Hardy! salFRosH soiil-1 PLAYS' time "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" was produced at New Trier East. Original- ly written by Meredith Wilson and Richard Morris, 'the musical was adapted for the New Trier stage by director Kathy Pingel- Powell. The plot centered on an optimistic woman who, after becoming a suc- cessful singer in Europe, miraculously survived the Titanic disaster to return to her beloved husband and small home town. The polished production reflect- ed the developing talents of the aspiring actors. , 4, ,. 1 v. . F L "ff, ,aa , nf 'V ' rm... : .I , , Si, : 1 ,A if 4- xiii 0 , - ,. ll 255 ,,,,i .5 . tel 7' f if?- ffm , ,, . l Z Hlllllfe Plum? f'-- - llile .T -1--, - licluna llurllil' Simplins llelmda i Ladllm' Lucy ..-4- H lllle ...-- 4- -i 2 ,,. 'rf 1 ll . 5 Burl towr ferv olfil lacl dwi ill 5 "m Bev 3111 'Trumpets and Drums' CAST Balance ......... .................. Plume ....... ........... Kite . .......... Victoria ......... Worthy ......... Simpkins ...... Melinda ........... Lady Prude ......... Lucy ................. Mike ...... NEAL PEARLMAN TED MEISSNER BRIAN D'AMATO MAGGIE YOWELL TOM Mcl-IUGI-I GREG ANDERSON VIRGINIA SHROPSHIRE MARY RYAN ANNE KAPLAN GABRIEL KAPLAN Below: Cousin Victoria tMaggie Yowelli lends a sympathetic ear as Melinda tGina Shropshirel harps about her unhappy love affair. Bottom: Sergeant Brian D'Amato summons his charm to recruit volunteer soldiers among the townspeople. tLow, Cohenj ............ . . ....-.-.......,.....-..--i.....--.,,....,-... ,,.,........ , GV:- .ii is i I 1 I 1 ., .3 ,J .. .qu ding' zfyift K , 1 J' 'Zlwa fffgaf . if 1 hc' a ,ye . :aw , ,E T71 in-at qi' ,1 7. 'K fu eil 5 f J: jf 5' -4 3"s 1 gy . 'fiftifggae' " QQ :Q-.v f ,Ayr 5,1 if J' .P f' . . 'i .4.?Qg- " 7 iv ff. iv..-., A f- 4 I . .tw . ... W., M ga "5-if W' ,.:y'q.w', If-'E Q sl ' Qffylh ff ' ii -'I ffgyfaf 4 1-' -PN. - 'Y i f i 4 2 e, nk A I J 1 fter receiving an inaccurate report from the Battle of Bunker Hill, a small English town erupts in a patriotic fervor. British recruiting officers employ devious tactics to bolster their dwindling ranks, resulting in a humorous depiction of "merry old England" in Bertold Brecht's "Trumpets and Drums." The British officers utilize disguise and seduction as methods of conscription, causing many entangling love affairs. Under the direction of Dr. Robert Boyle and his assistant Elizabeth Lane, the actors and crew produced an entertaining spectacle. The crew placed the sets on wheels to accom- modate the fast-paced ac- tion. Realistic costumes were rented from New York to enhance the authenticity of the portrayed era. The color-coded wardrobe differentiated the upper class and servants from the soldiers, aiding the audience's perception ofthe performance. 'This unique combination of accom- plished acting and technical achievements produced a memorable performance. WINTER PLAYf69 1 I 7Of OPERA hen roles were awarded, eager cast members looked forward to producing the perfect show. However, the following weeks of preparation often produced feelings of frustration. As director Mr. Edward Ni- cholson ironed out prob- lems, the cast began to feel confident. Opening night's nervous jitters vanished as the curtain was drawn. The only emotion visible to the audience was complete composure. The opera "South Pacific" focuses on the moving love affair between Emile de Becque, a French fugitive, and Nellie For- bush, a small town Amer- ican nurse. During the opening scenes, Nellie tries to learn as much as possible about de Becque with whom she has fallen in love. However, upon discovering that he was previously married, Nellie's curiosity turns to rage. Her anger yeilds to worry and repen- tance when de Becque consents to a perilous mis- sion well into enemy lines. The opera culminates hap- pily with Emile's safe return and subsequent engagement to Nellie. This year's opera was one of the finest productions of the year. By combining the best actors, musicians and dancers, all factions of the performing arts division were instrumental in the show's success. CAST Ensign Nellie Forbush ................... MONICA MCCARTHY AMY ZEH Emile de Becque .......... ....... C HARLES DuSABLON HORACE JORDAN Luther Billis ...... ...... J AMES SCHNEIDER BRIAN D'AMATO Bloody Mary ................................................ MARIA HASER DEBORAH SCI-IWIMMER Lieutenant Joseph Cable, U.S.M.C. .................. WILLIAM MERICLE, ROBERT ALBERTSON Captain George Brackett, U.S.N. ....................... ANDREW SCHWARTZ, MICHAEL ABBEY Commander William Harbison, U.S.N. ..... JOHN PADEN JOHN CANNON Liat .............................................................. HOLLY PETRIE AMY MCCARTER I 23 ns' ff. ,ln P if 3 , bi fffix f I' I 'a 'Ar N 2 5 ', F13 .jf f egg TW' 'sg. , . . -, -1-L-- ,r, . K.. , 1' ' " ! X . X I +"'2f':ir . 1 - - x fgiwk-xL"4 , . I ' ,, , X 'N f NITE., X N eff, "' JI 4 H A ,- V, 3.1 x' li. Ai .., . ,vb In -I 1 1 YQ IN 3 S 4 X N... 5 'W SNWQ1, if-X' 'L . 1- uY'f34 ::i X .S 4 ' x .. , Y 'wp .fl , 4 1, CHORALIERS - Bottom Row Robb, Farwell, Nystrom, Diltz Rafanello, Bockley. Second DeMitchell, Wood, Bloomfield Cangelosi, Hung, Price. Absent Hoback. 7 QXPERFORMIN G ARTS Q 4 27" . . ' Y-.1 ,,,ff W Vwyffwfffww SWING CHOIR i al ill w il' , , SWING CHOIR - Bottom Row: McCarthy, Tangney, Shropshire, Gianukos. Third: Embree, Hall, Macdonald, Husak, Jordan, Graller, Hennessey, Wilcox, Hurn, Cannon, Peponis, Drew. Absent: Parmer, Dusablon. Second: Hinshaw, Mericle, Petrie, Rigolin, Schwimmer. CHO- OPERA ' '1'f"'i5?i?ii CHO-OPERA - Bottom Row: M. Haser, Wilson, N. Petrie, Schulte, Rigolin. L. Miller, A. Trompeter, Vogt, D'Amato, Rielly, Gianukos, J. Trompeter, McCarthy, Husak, K. Tourville, Bryan, Lane, C. Johnson Second: Shropshire, Zeh, Yowell, Maine, H. Petrie, Hall, Brown, D Johnson, Turbin, Teinowitz, MacDonald, Massey, Posen, Dusablon Tussing, Downey, Parsons, Ellis, T. Lewis, Rubin, Ryan. Third: Southern Macomber, Parmer, Crane, Sebastian, C. Haser, R. Tourville, McCarter 74fSWING CHOIRfCHO-OPERA Campbell, Tippens, Trobaugh, Schneider, Abbey, Weinberg, Meissner, Schwartz, McDonald, Turner, Eckhouse, Klawans, Kerwin, Lahey, S Johnson. Fourth: Hinshaw, Venner, Hackett, Schwimmer, Beemer, Hurn Pearson, Jordan, Mericle, Sampson, Cannon, Albertson, L. Lewis Schellenberg, Paden, Peponis, Lloyd, Burkard, Godfrey, Abell, Guthrie Pinnell, G. Miller. Absent: Baldwin, Holland, Nordman, Proffit, Stephens Sweet, Vanover, Zanarini. S 4 'F F N 9 s the auditorium lights dimmed and the curtain rose, the audience gazed spell- bound upon the scenery. The long hours that the crew had spent working industriously below stage became evident in this primary moment. The spot- light revealed how effective- ly each individual prop complemented the others, transforming the barren stage into an animated world. Energetic crew members spent many hours after school pooling their talents to build the complex scenery. For "South Pacific" the crews con- structed a working shower so that Nellie could awash that man right out of her hair." Felix the swan, a wooden bird built around a remote control car, en- hanced "Trumpets and Drums." In addition to excellent acting, the mag- nificent sets drew the audience's applause. Below: David Springer's construc- tive efforts build a firm foundation for a New Trier production. iRabe Lowb .W . A 'hxha I STAGE CREW - Bottom Row: Klawans, Hirsh, Husak, Pimley, Springer. Second: Rosenbaum, Moncrieff, Sewell, Higgins, Pelton. Third: Crown, Golub, Morris, leuter, Sievers, Wilcox, Decker. Absent: Canning, Lyon, Peponis, Sendelbach. CREWSX75 burst of electrify- ing movement lights up the auditorium. Each per- former, executing his part with an individual flair, adds to the spectacular show. Careful choreography and intense concentration fuse together to captivate the audience. This is Dance day. Dance day's initial in- tention was to inspire dancers of all skill levels to perform original pieces. The all-day event, supervised by dance instructors Mrs. Wente and Mrs. Fassnacht, took place on December 20. After auditioning and prac- ticing for weeks, the dancers were ready to perform. Traditional concepts and new sensations were pre- sented in styles ranging from classical ballet to modern jazz. Achieving their goal, the NTE Dance department created an out- let for the dynamic spirit in every dancer. " 76fDANCE DAY Dance day po, .Q 1 -aa 1 , -- 5'Yf '-fi' ' gf, f , , M ware-M I. S ,wg 1. ri A 1 ' ' x 49 E ,.. -.rm .......-..---Y ., ,i,, sw" of-" vi a D 4 ' -0" Q C WP' .1 ' I bi' M' nv -. f Q . I " .. x f-5 'L - 'Er' 6152 Qs 3.-S - 9 SEVENIEIGHT-Bottom Row: Holmberg, Schulte, Sayre, Bonneville, Nicholls, Olds, Jonscher, Hiisak, Veit, Hall, Trompeter, Rubel, Champion, Wilson, Giordiano. Absent: Abbott, Brennan, Danilovics, Petrie. Second: Stevens, Williamson, Welpott, Needler, Peterson, Vosseller. Ramsdell, Eckhouse, Turner, Schwimmer. Third: I ji' 112679 ffw ELEVEN - Bottom Row: Danilovics, Segel, K Tourville, Fox, Parmer, Tuchman, Epkins, Bransky. Second: Marsh, Mazza, Lieberman, C. Haser, Graller Langan, McClain, Ruby, M. Haser. Third: D'Amato, Ri Tourville, Proffit, Cannon, Zeh, Schneider, Rigolin, Miller, Pope, Townsend. Absent: Eliot, Lidman, McCarthy, Parrish, Wilson. Left: The "Cat Nap" purrformance is an eye - opener on Dance day. Above left: Modern dancers Lise Eliot and Susie Turner are in the right place at the right time on Dance day. Above: Free form dancers explore the 'liberties of progressive movement. ICoben, Kyle, Kyle! DANCE DAYI77 ...Z G YMA GINA Tl ON IX ymagination: A unique form of entertainment combining gymnastic skill and creative energy. In the ninth annual gymnastics show, Gymkana members captivated the audience with breath-taking preci- sion. At exactly 8:13 p.m., the doors swung shut, the spotlight centered, and the show began. Highlights included Teeterboard, an act where vaulting per- formers rose to great heights, and Adagio, a series of co-ed routines with boy and girl joining forces to present graceful movement. A favorite of both audience and gymnasts was Flying Fanatics. In this humorous number tumblers surprised the audience by performing dangerous stunts under the guise of improvisation. Group practice under the direction of coaches Gerald Denk and Darlene Kluka and extended efforts by all performers made Gymagin- ation IX an unparalleled production. 78fGYMAGINATION Above: Flying through a crosspat- tern, gymnasts pilot their number towards a smooth landing. Right: In suspended animation this gyrnnast gives a show-stopping performance. Far right: A galaxy of Gymagination stars orbit the gym floor during the show's opening act. fPhotos by Kyle! sv-,,ef-V - ,.......-- af V . ..,..,....-...--H - -M ' . GYMAGINATION - Bottom Row: Harris, Breck- heimer, Howard, Coffield, Sipe, Hostert, Lawler Abrams, C. Ryan, Sample, Goff, Ganteaume, Donahoe Johnson. Second: Lane, Platon, Lazer, Stevens Bennett, Walsh, S. Stearns, Conway, Peterson, Kelly Chapman, Ward, Armstrong, Piorkowski, Kullby Fowler, Wright. Third: Needler, Champion, Fellinger King, Bergman, Parrish, Stetter, Lin, K. Dunn, Rigolin, 1 3 v Rubel, M. Ryan, Jiganti, Gilson, Mead, Hubbard, C. Dunn, Scully, Wanger. Fourth: S. Maher, Griesser, D. Maher, O'Malley, Vitikainen, Andrews, Williams, Moretta, Adamson, Wolfe, Broderick, O'Connell, K. Stearns, Norehad, Alvarez, A. James. Fifth: W. James, Mueller, Creagh, Spellman, Schopen, Michala, Goodman, Ehle, Adler, Hargett. GYMAGINATIONN9 t the premiere of "That's Aquatain- ment," the 1980 seniors adapted to their top-billing. Lavish numbers including "The Enter- Above: These swimmers' perfect form proves that nothing beats a great pair of ballet legs. Above right: Feather-light in the water, these cast members fill the bill with a V-formation. IPhotos by Hardyj SOIWATER BALLET water ballet production, the vote was unanimous that the entire cast had given an award-winning perfor- mance. Several weeks before even getting their feet wet, the performers were dab- bling with potential songs and routine combinations. Student chairman Cristen Carter and sponsor Mrs. Bobbie Johnson helped newcomers polish basic stunts, while the returning tainer" and "The Sound of Music" left the viewers star struck by the precise synchronization. The spot- light focused on Jenny Frei as she performed her solo, "Hello Dolly." A co-ed number added variety to the show and received a burst of applause. The big splash of Water ballet 1980 left both swimmers and audience looking forward to next year's production. ff,- WATER BALLET - Bottom Row: Turner Bloomfield, McMahon, Goldsmith, Cross, Aland Cudahy. Second: A. Nicolazzo, Kaplan, Hussey Alvarez, Vandevelde, Barton, Brandwein, Hostert, Nolan, Dell. Third: Lorenz, Callaghan, Riblet, Spring Claffey, Granath, Arden, Casey, Shelley, C. Sullivan Lifvendahl. Fourth: Friedlander, Diaz, C. Williams Hubbard, Frei, Carter, T. Williams, Day, Wussler Husting, Kanne, Willis, K. Nicolazzo. Fifth: Mrs WW Johnson fcoachj, Cervinka, Migley, Smith, Broderick, L. Williams, Ziegler, Miller, Peterson, Buck, M. Sullivan, Humphrey, N. Flanigan, Dickes, Mathewson. Sixth: Smider, Keller, Witherall, M. Flanigan, Devlin, Rubin, Stern, Downey, Moore, Ward, Rutherford, Lindstrom, Sharfstein. Seventh: Mueller, Cunning- ham, Hayford, Scott, Fowkes, Gluckman, Gerding Steiner, Tangney, Raveret, Gordon, Carroll. Absent Coxon, Crandell, Harvey, Hotchkiss, Marsh. Drum.. Left: New Trier band members jazz up the crowd as they signal the charge of the green brigade. Top: The clarinet section performs a three - part harmony with a trilogy of talent. Above: John Yale gets into the swing of things as he drums out a syncopated solo. fMcCook, Low, K ylej EHSUFE n terms of enthusiasm and variety, the New Trier bands performed an octave above their predecessors. Countless hours of intensive rehearsals were necessary to obtain the precision demanded of each performance. Although the number of band members decreased, musical excel- lence flourished. Under the inspiring direction of Stanley Acker- man, highly skilled seniors comprised the base of the newly created Wind ensem- ble. Expert blending of percussion, Woodwinds, and brass culminated in a well polished, harmonic sound. The ensemble flawlessly presented its classical reper- toire in four moving con- certs. Blaring trombones and brazen trumpets heralded the exciting performances of New Trier's jazz bands. Keeping time to a syncopat- ed beat, they primarily produced contemporary A music. The jazz bands, conducted by Miss Phyllis Clendening, highlighted their year by featuring Clark Terry, a noted trumpetist, at the annual Jazz night. Appearances by the Concert and Symphonic bands at sporting events, the Band concert, and seasonal Fes- tivals enriched New Trier's offerings with the sound of music. BANDXSI ---- "" '--f+1:oxc.'w:::!zw::1y.,', z:.:L.'.,4..,,J.,,,.,.H .... ,.,, ..,. ,,,,,.,... ,,,, 1fffl W ,,,,,V - 3 ,,,,, 2 2 f 1 .E 3 1 1 11 'i f E -11111-1 k ' l l , , l , 'Y' ' WIND ENSEMBLE - Flute: Proffit, L. Wolfe, Sherman, Ellis, Smith, Lindner, Farnsworth, Kaplan. Clarinet: Golin, Hands, Spinner, Fogarty, Dunn, Stern. Bassoon: Husak, T. Wolfe. Saxophone: Wyse, Lacey, Sorenson, O'Reilly. Baritone: Dvorak, Eisenstein. French Horn: Schlossman. Trumpet: Rogers, Seltzer, Gilmore, Young, Waterman. Trombone: Johnson, Knuti, Hartel. Tuba: Newby. Percussion: Stiles, Cooley, Love, Stephens. Absent: Epkins, Gould. I SYMPHONIC BAND - Flute: Yates, Kielsen, Petrie, Baur, Dunn, Reid, Lee, Rosenbaum, Hollenberg, Baez, Keay, Olds. Clarinet: Fogarty, Stern, Finney, Cauloping, Tan, Salafsky, Chapman, Firestone. Alto Saxophone: Ward, Rein. Tenor Saxophone: Bailey, Love. Baritone Saxophone: Crowder. Trumpet: Rogers, Bohnsack, Mayer, Thomas, Needlman, Bunge, O'Callaghan, Stearns. Trombone: Sensibar, Johnson, Pearson, Bowen. Percussion: Bellack, Glick, Klanderman, Streightiff, Thompson. JAZZ ENSEMBLE - Alto ' Saxophone: Wyse, Granath. Tenor Saxophone: Sorenson, Wanger. Baritone Saxophone: Lacey, O'Reilly. Trumpet: Snell, Ackerman, Andrews, Fogarty, Duffee, Rogers. Trombone: Hoff- man, MacDonald, D. Gunn, Park, Johnson. Piano: Gilson, Kocour, Tussing. Bass: Watson. Guitar: Spertus. Drums: Schuldt. C. Gunn, Kurschner. 82fBAlil3r4 Z ! JAZZ Tennr Savill BUUIEE 1 SU Lil Xllhw Sam Need Y p Quan: , ...asm-uxrl N f x JAZZ BAND I - Alto Saxophone: Ransom, Rein. Bowen,D. Hartel,Allen. Piano: Conant, Ray, Ramsdell, Tenor Saxophone: Bailey, Fiffer. Baritone Bekken. Guitar: Herndon, Powell. Bass: Tussing, Saxophone: Crowder. Trumpet: Seltzer,Goese, Young, Davis. Drums: Cooley, Streightiff, Yale. Bohnsack, Gradolph. Trombone: Knuti, T. Hartel, --v-:ffm , l .V .,.. -.1 - me-nav 1 ' A Q ' 4 ll 4 ,L ,A.,. 'A A w - vi NX LAB BAND II-Alto Saxophone: Revord,Challinor, Rhodes, Cook, Conte, Johnson, Eberhardt, Proffit. Piano: Becker, Nicholls. Tenor Saxophone: Love, Folland. Baritone Hollenberg, Flatly, Bass: Thorton, Tetzlaff. Guitar: Goodie, Saxophone: Williams. Trumpet: Croisant, Thomas, Garrett, Starrett. Drums: Glick, Stephens, Klanderman. Needlman, Mayer, Butt, Bunge, Vaughn. Trombone: Pearson, BANDSXS3 Scarekeepers pgfffd mv Yef qonC9f rorlSC lshlgl Qilson' urCl19Sl gliillllll Qhe W festiva mncert ful col rival noteW0 84fORCHESTRA Above: A galaxy of brilliant players gathers to give a stellar perfor- mance. Top: A row of French hornists toot sweetly to make music that pleases the palate. Far right: Well - composed pianist Tom Gilson performs in a grand manner. ILoW, Low, Hardyj J n a scale of one to ten. the 1980 or- chestra scored a perfect ten. One high note of the year was the premiere concert which featured works of Beethoven and was highlighted by junior Tom Gilson's piano solo. The orchestra also gave out- standing performances at the Winter and Spring festivals and the Dance concert. After each success- ful concert, the members felt rightfully proud of their noteworthy ensemble. Led by Mr. Stanley Ackerman, the group developed a fine reputation throughout the country. Practice both at school and at home was the key to the orchestra's success. Solo performances gave each musician a feeling of in- dividuality, While group productions unified the players. By participating in the Chicago youth company, a highly esteemed musical organization, many mem- bers supplemented their skills. During the course of the year, the musicians combined their talents to achieve excellence in every production. CONCERT BAND - Flute: D. Miller, Spinner, Goodman, Moran, Trombone: Proffit, Eberhardt, Applegate, Cook, Huck. Tuba: Fehr. Wallach, Keller, Brumitt, Lindsey. Clarinet: Eckert, Thompson, Percussion: Goodie, Moloney, Ernst, Armstrong, Crawford, Onley. Marquardt. Alto Saxophone: Rhodes, Nicholls. Baritone Saxophone: Absent: J. Miller, Thomashow. Williams. Trumpet: Croisant, Vaughn, Garrett, Butt, Buchen, Smith. ' -- ,,.., 3? . . ., .,,. .,,,. . ,, a Q Molina 9 Q ' . in ,,,, xy if SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA - First Violin: Siegel, Kreston, Emrich, Hladish, Pinnell, B. Ticho, Shang, Boyer, Alexander, Hemke, Barrett, Bower, Sekiguchi, Kaufmann, Cascino, Kaufman. Second Violin: Barnes, Kim, D. MacDonald, Russell, Elmore, M. Jansen, Kalsch, Bass, Goldberg, Hayes, Henderson, Zummer. Viola:lTurbin, Gordon, M. MacDonald, Hastings, Newton, Radnor, S. Jansen, Hartigan. Cello: Whitson, N. Shapiro, Campbell, Carlson, Seidenberg, Glass, Bahng, S. Ticho, Hollander, A. Shapiro, Paik, McCormick, N. Soren, Van De Graaff. Bass: Watson, Blanchard, J. Thornton, Garrett, E. MacDonald, Wilcox. SSXORCHESTRA 4 I Flute: Rude, Buick, Fisch, Olsen, Proffit, Schwartz, A. Thornton. Oboe: Neuhaus, Louis. Clarinet: Swoiskin, Hands, Spinner, Gitlin, Sorenson. Bassoon: Paul, Macomber, Husak, Wolfe. Horn: Levin, Krebs, Heeter, Lowley, Yelton, K. Soren. Trumpet: Ackerman, Andrews, Boyd, Bennett. Trombone: Allen, T. MacDonald, D. Gunn. Tuba: Newby. Piano: Gilson. Harp: Weber. Percussion: Stiles, C Gunn, Kurschner, Schuldt, Yale. Absent: Danilovics, Granath, Hoffman, Schlossman, Tomes, Tschilds, Tussing. l 1 f ,Q J nm melon Yiolim Hemke, Radnor, I pa ' af CHAMBER ORCHESTRA - First Violin: Siegel, Kreston, Enrich, Ticho, Kaufmann, Cascino. Second Violin: Barnes, Hladish, Moulton, Alexander, Barrett, Hemke. Viola: Gordon, MacDonald, Hastings, Newton, Radnor. Cello: Shapiro, Whitson, Campbell, Carlson, Glass. Bass: Blanchard, Tussing, Flute: Rude, Buick, Fisch, Olsen. Oboe: Neuhaus, Louis. Clarinet: Swoiskin, Hands. Bassoon: Paul, Macomber. French Horn: Yelton, Levin. Trumpet: Ackerman, Andrews. Timpani: Stiles. STRING ORCHESTRA - First Violin: Russell, Elmore, Sekiguchi, Lober. Second Violin: Kim, Bass, Zummer, Kalsch, Viola: Hartigan, Jansen. Cello: Seidenberg, Ticho, Hollander, McCormick, Soren, Van De Graaff. Bass: MacDonald, Dorn. Absent: Gordon, Granath, Hinkamp. ORCHESTRAXS7 x ,WMV f . 1 'J f Qfffiif I f I ' f 1 X X! If U f 4, , fewygw wi xy '37, f,,,Q,,0m 'KV , f""'w, , ., , f My ' 4 ,659 , rg ,,, :jgszl 3934, I ggiiuw .117 .,,g, Q..-,,,,,., '-4' 'W "' e I -' 3 . M ' , .,r- J: ,Q A ' , V QW, , . .J 11 .,.. :if V 7? f 1 .4 ' 5,1 -,f '- ,lfqtr s 4' :ff A 5 , , ,in 1 f f , fi? 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Coach Eugene Cichowski was typi- cally uneasy about his highly touted team since he had only four starters returning from last year. However, the In- dians proved that they deser- ved their distinguished posi- tion as they trounced Loyola 26-0 in the season's opener. lx , iii sl 3 -Q "jgf,,- 1 gfff . 4',, . . . . .w,g.5' A fff V XI, 'ffifp f::3'f't X , 55, ",, ,if 9, ' jeff if . ,W if V ...fav e . V ,,g.,w?f'1 ' A' ' ' , . , V 1-V We ff:-Zingl. 'f 2 f' ' L. , 1? I M, V, L ,Q , ,M A 'qv ,.W15:535Zg . 152' .fit "f"' . I fG Agmgw b Wag V- Wie , .1 " i? 5' " 1 ff" ai ri 6' 1 E L fm ,fa ,H .57 , tif In Left: New Trier's solid blocking proves to be the cornerstone of a concrete play. Far left: Accel- erating into an open lane, Arlin Rogers breaks away from his opponents' clutches. Above left: A deluge of green jerseys sinks an enemy carrier. Above: Sure-footed J.B. Rees keeps his opponent at arm's length as he heads for a New Trier touchdown. fCampbell, Campbell, Kyle, K ylej With the victory came the injury of outstanding fullback Mike Bianucci that sidelined him for most of the season. The Indians also triumphed in the traditionally tough New Trier West confrontation. Talented linemen Rob Hedi- ger and Morgan Herron for- med the heart of the line that held the Cowboys to under one hundred yards rushing. Defense was the key to New Trier's victories over Maine East, Niles West, and Maine South. Paced by the fine linebacking ofjunior Greg Beck and sophomore Harold Phillips, the Indians held their opponents to a total of 19 points. The tight defense registered its second shutout of the season against Niles West. The team proceeded to down Maine South in their Homecoming game. Linemen such as Ed Harney and Ernie Roth were particularly effec- tive against the rush. Coach Cichowski responded to the defensive line's efforts by presenting them with his weekly award. A powerful Deerfield team ventured into Winnetka the following week for the decisive battle for the confe- rence title. Last year New FOOTBALU93 I " ,ge ,4 VARSITY - Bottom Row: Brandon, Johnston, Ryan, Bianucci, Coyle, Elliott, Messer. Fourth: Phillips, Terrill, Solberg, M. Tangney, Huff, Rees, Dickson, Adams, Canafax, James. Second: Zehr, DiClementi, Gorman, Getschow, Beck, Borden, Herron, Roth. Fifth: Rogers, Quinn, Sloan, Warner, Rafanello, Gale, Tilley, McGraw, B. Tangney, Rabe. Third: Tyrrell, Wagener, Johnson, Fucik, Shattuck, Goese, Bergsten, Moticik. Sixth: Smith, Kelley, Schuldt, O'Brien, Downing, Webster, Beucher, Walker, O'Dowd, Clark, Timm,,Harney, Miller, Hammond. Absent: Hediger, Nykaza. Trier ruined the Warriors' Homecoming, this year the tables were turned. In a game characterized by unrelenting defense, the visitors won by a score of 13-12. Deerfield would have to falter in the following weeks in order for the Indians to gain a playoff berth. The last three games of the season tested the Indians' resilience. After the disheart- ening loss to Deerfield, New Trier rebounded with three consecutive victories. The Indians recorded their third and fourth shutouts of the season against Niles East and Evanston, both by the score of 16-0. In the final contest of the season, New Trier defeated Waukegan West in a thrilling 13-12 overtime victory, elimi- nating the Raiders as poten- 94fFOOTBALL Above: Senior Kevin Coyle springs towards an elusive spiral. Top: Thundering past his opponents, Randy Gale storms downfield. Top right: Dan Clark's electrifying charge short-circuits his oppon- ents' plan for victory. Right: J. B. Rees's perfect pitch is the key to a noteworthy play. IKy1e, Low, Kyle, Kyle Q ,.-1 4. K ?v- ,4- i I 1 l ,V I '1 Q. R,- 'YV IN I r. ,F . , ,bill ,L ,. Mia i. 41,-in c . PM Mi Me. M. 'r 'il li, , sum l ,m 1 V l sm 'Ulf 1, i TTE- for J SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NTE OPP. " LOYOLA .,....................... ..... 2 6 o NEW TRIER WEST ....... ..... 2 6 12 MAINE EAST ............. ..... 1 4 6 NILES WEST ...... ..... 1 6 0 , -6, MAINE SOUTH ...... ..... 2 0 11 , y ff f DEERFIELD ,...,... ..... 1 2 13 , ss ,-'gg p NILES EAST .............. ..., . 16 0 .g..:g-L1 rp - Q x EVANSTON .................................,........................ . 16 0 f ,Q -:lijlf p p-ff' WAUKEGAN WEST ...............,.,.....,.....,........ 13 12 .. if K fi , .. as New Trier tied for first in the Central suburban league. - ' , if T S- W L T 6 . N- ' A SoPHoMoRE ..... .... . .. 6 4 o .Wg , fp .Q ,V FRESHMAN A 4 6 1 -P '- A FRESHMANB ...... . 6 1 1 --.'-'NWO -is-H' - .f wi ILA.. A .S V V. H T SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Minogue, Ray, Sauer, Langmar, Thompson, Rammelt, McCain, Toll, Kepler. Second: Padjen, Druger, Elliott, Pitner, Ieuter, Peara, Johnson, Templeton, Knuti, Third: Bush, Klauke, Holmgren, Sullivan, Bianucci, Denison, Head, Beck, Ahern. Fourth: Burns, Morgan, Smith, Dominik, Sibbald, Yale, Drummond, Adamson. Fifth: Petti, Kirk, Fix, Raith, Solomon, Barrett, Obereiner, Larkin, McCahey. Sixth: Dr. Wagner lcoachl, DeVries, Hayes, Warren, Kutschke, Patterson, Levy, Brattleaf, Lahey, Mr. Acri tcoachl. Absent: Mr. Baldrini fcoachl, Mr. Helfrich lcoachl. FOOTBALLf95 FRESHMAN A - Bottom Row: Korwin, Shepherd, Loarie, Coyle, Bunge Nolan Mulliken Campbell Mr Kruempelstaedterfcoachj Third Jannotta, Carlson, Dublin, Lancaster, Levins, Kutschke. Second: Mr. Mr Corona Ccoachj Huguelet Schmidt McConnell Bendy Shelton Barney Qcoachl, Harney, DiClementi, Sloan, Herron, McCabe, Walsh, DesRos1ers Wagener O Reilly Mr Hilsabeck fcoachl tial conference champ- ions. The varsity lived up to everyone's high expectations by tying for the Central suburban league champions- hip. The future of the varsity lies in the hands of talented players armed with seasoned experience. The underclassmen en- joyed equally rewarding seasons. The Sophomores finished with a 5-4 record, an inaccurate indication of their overall play since they never lost by more than six points. Coach Jim Wagner stressed the team's capacity for wor- king hard. Steve Denison and Henry Bianucci provided a running tandem that has a bright future with the Varsity. The Freshman teams also experienced winning ways. The A's were led by the splendid all-around play of Tony DiClementi and Dave Mulliken who played on both offense and defense. Despite a disappointing slow start, the team finished on an upward swing, winning its last three games to compile a record of 4-3-1. Like its counterparts, the B squad had an impressive QGXFOOTBALL Above: Brook Millard combs his way through a tangled defensive line. Above right: Ross Jannotta protects his Indian possesion by warding off a Cowboy attack. Far right: Sophomore Matt Sauer reaches a strategic position through a step by step process. Right: Sean Minogue makes tracks to steam ahead of his opponent's ties. fRabe, Rabe, Cohen, Borrej season, concluding the year with a 5-1-1 mark. Karl Miller anchored the defense, which gave up only three touch- downs in seven games. Spea- rheaded by the rushing of Bill Tassey and Jim Wolter, the offense proved to be equally talented. The ability of the underclassman teams pro- vides a good base on which to sculpt future greatness. we V3 RQ 4 'Ns X N 'fu- A5553 ., .L,, Y 55' l i 7 I K - Q V - f- - ---. -Y - YH A-...W H--, .,.,,,,. , ,..- ' P-ww--rwnqffwfnr-4-ffnf-w-vrrwwnwvfwey 5 'zm1fS:f':::':faw156'qQ:1'wvfrasfgf-ewMW? f?Zf'frfsffwf Qz'q"'f'f ' .fff21w'+'Hf'frf'v:':W"-WMA"f'-WSW' I i FRESHMAN B - Bottom Row: Sheehan, T. Miller, Millard, Davis Malloy, Trotter, Husak, Haffey, Lederer, Bolan, Meek. Second: Wolter Tilley, Murrin, Houghtlin, Duff, Fiegen, Munns, Cooper, Tassey, Kyle Pyott. Third: Kelly, Gould, Bailey, Monroe, Smessaert, Pemble, Thomas, Rosenbloom, St. Clair, Mr. Jacobson Ccoachj. Fourth: Mr. Barefield lcoachj, Brett, Bradley, Williams, O'Connor, Plonsker, K. Miller, Smith, Phillips, Murphy, Paden. Adsent: Brennan, Moen. s.,z:'1 3,21 FOOTBALLXQ7 Aces wild etting a faultless season, the 1979- 80 girls' tennis team gained the advantage on the court. Coaches Mary Jo Herzog and Hughes Davis based the training program on perfecting fun- damental skills and devel- oping all-around physical fitness. These workouts proved to be an undeniable success as the team pushed past their opponents to a 10-0 season record for dual league meets. Through fine perfor- mances on all levels of play, the team demonstrated its extraordinary power and depth. Triumphs over rivals Evanston and New Trier West sparked the Indians toward a brilliant winning streak. After placing first in the Central suburban league, the team claimed the district title. Co-captains Julie Kirby and Juliet Naft qualified to represent New Trier in the state tour- nament as did the outstand- ing doubles team, Kim Hatton and Melanie Harris. Hard work and dedication paid off as the team cap- tured third place in the state meet. In keeping with In- dian tradition, the girls' tennis team smashed their way to a winning season. fvfrw bl' mini ttti -+1 lllg VARSITY -- Bottom Row: Freeman, Goldsmith, Coleman, Berlin, Parr. Second: Mrs. Herzog tcoachl, Alexander, Hatton, Harris, Naft, Mr. Davis tcoachl. Third: Cunningham, Adams, Kirby, Montgomery. 98!GlRLb TENNIS 5 Z 5 SEASON RESULTS , VARSITY I NTE OPP. GLENBROOK NORTH ...... ......... 6 I WAUKEGAN WEST ....... ...... 7 o I EVANSTON ................... .,.... 7 0 HIGHLAND PARK ...... .,.... 7 0 NILES WEST ............ ...... 7 0 I MAINE SOUTH ........ ...... 7 o l DEERFIELD ........... ...... 7 o MAINE EAST ........... ...... 4 3 ' NILES EAST ................ 6 1 E! . NEW TRIER WEST ............................. ...... 4 3 'f STEVENSON ........................................................................... 5 2 X New Trier East finished first in conference play and third in the State meet. ? K 7 N JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: White, Sherman, Lavelle, Powell, Watson. Second: Mathewson, Koldyke, Fleming, Kerr, Carroll, Siegal, Clarke, Montgomery. Third: Mrs. Herzog icoachl, Gibson, Holland, Cun- ningham, Cannon, Stogin, Thomp- son, Mr. Davis fcoachl. Absent: Balsley, Dunkel, Tucker. QMWWW '-'1'4" 'P14- . 5. 'S S, . , , A. QF ' 5 ' - . Mix W Ag W A - , ' Re A fm qw GIRLS' TENNIS!99 Ma tchmakers ennis is a sport so popular that it reaches from Wim- bledon, England, to Kooyong, Australia. As both a competitive profession for world class athletes and a game played by weekend hackers, tennis is universal- ly enjoyed. Fans throughout the world have seen this game of speed, endurance, and raw determination flourish since the turn of the century. Just as tennis has grown internationally, so has it grown at New Trier. Five returning Varsity let- termen including Scott Lane and Jon Shepherd highlighted one of the most competitive squads ever. Featuring players highly skilled in both singles and doubles, Coach Davis' team dominated the Northern division and the Illinois State tournament. For all teams there are seasons known as "building years," but for the New Trier East boys' tennis squad, 1980 proved to be another year of superior athletic perfor- mance. IOOXBOYS TENNIS 'TN--f-B VARSITY - Bottom Row: Frei, Buerger, Stafeil, Shepherd. Sec- ond: Mr. Davis Qcoachl, Riskind, Wheeler, Friend, White, Lane, Mr. Garden lcoachl. Absent: Brand- wein, Bridges, Caldwell, Carr, Harris, Lavelle, Montross, Schwartz, Yuen. .,A- ---M..H.....llIl1C'L.':5.f,,fIlfff . . ,,N,-,...,,..,.-,,.,,,,,,,,,, ,,-.,.,,,--..A.. .. -.. '-:....-'ff-Q.------4. ..,,xi Q' .Tl,,-lL-:L.....-'J ll? fear-::,--,,,,,. WNW' rzrr ,,,,,,s-, lDlI lll' Ill FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Needlman, Proffit, Kepler, Friend, Hirsch, Horwitch, Cole. Second: Carr, Jeannin, Greener, Sheehan, Connolly, Blacklow, Sherman. Third: Bauman, Ludwig, Terao, Seltzer, Oyasu, Zogg, Raveret, Mr. Fly fcoachl. Absent: Devlin, Kallas, Salafsky, Thornton. A ff 1 f. lm Left: New Trier tennis players double up in over time practice for unmatched results. Below left: Putting the match on ice, Bill Stafeil adds flavor to his game with a scooping shot. Extreme left: Scott Lane's two fisted backhand knocks his opponent out of the picture. Above left: With a firm grasp on the vital elements of tennis, Coach Davis nets victories hands down. IPhotos by Lowj BOYS' TENNISXIOI Road runners s the multitude lurchesforward, the runners attempt to synchronize their own pace. Running stride for stride and mile for grueling mile, they encounter many trying obstacles. One lone harrier emerges from the field of many, his overworked body struggling until, with his last ounce of energy, he steps across the finish line to victory. The 1979-80 cross country team got off to a fleeting start in the highly competitive Central subur- ban league. From the word go each member had only one goal in mind: to win. The entire team possessed perseverance and poise, qualities that helped them set their goals high for a triumphant season. With the consistently strong finishes of seniors Mike Harrington, Eric Rosenb- loom and Howard Ham- mersly and juniors Dan Alster and Jon Shepherd, the team easily ran to a 9-1 season. The freshman team demonstrated its prowess by winning all but one dual meet. Outstanding enthu- siasm characterized the more experienced So- phomore squad. With this upcoming talent, future Varsity teams promise to remain at the front of their league. 102fBOYS CROSS COUNTRY l ,Az f V , . T iiz, f .ff 9 f , 1 -'Dix L-Q yrs VARSITY - Bottom Row: Shepherd, Rosenbloom, Hammersley, Pigott, Shattil. Third: Grove, Sorenson, Kallis, Stafford, Fay. Second: Mr. Almaguer tcoachl, Harrington, Guthrie, Childress. Absent: Alster. SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NTE OPP. NEW TRIER WEST ..... ........ 2 3 33 HIGHLAND PARK ....... ..... 2 3 35 WAUKEGAN WEST ..... ,.... 2 3 38 LAKE FOREST ........... ..... 2 3 36 MUNDELEIN ........... ..... 1 5 50 WEST LEYDEN ...... ,.... 2 6 33 EVANSTON ........... ..... 2 2 35 NILES WEST .... ..... 2 0 40 DEERFIELD ................... ...... ..... L 3 7 18 MAINE SOUTH ................................. 19 44 New Trier finished second in the Central suburban league, fifth in the Districts, and twelfth in the sectionals. W L SOPHOMORE ....... ....... 6 4 . FRESHMAN ........................................... 9 1 l X I . 4 , br' .SSTL-' 'Y "'t' wi i,,. gn s - 'KG ,r 1 ' we es i" '15 Q 'Q il if t . f 1' -2? ers f fix N Q We T Far left: Freshman Chip Allen emerges from an exhausting trial with a verdict of success. Above left: Varsity runners find that endurance is a prime denominator in the formula for victory. Left: Exercising iron perseverance, Scott Pierpont and Steel Bokhof forge ahead of their opponents. IPaterkeWicz, Low, Lowj A Q nfl, ,Q we, N'-I l FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Pigott, Blackwell, Mr. Burnside fcoachl, Childress, Daniels, Lisle, Squires, Pierpont, Gantz, Hoagland, Kepler, Burns, Sherman, McCutchen, Croisant. Second: Bokhof, Allen, Burke. Absent: Thomas. Burstein, I-Iennessey, Wagner, Lambrecht, Sutherland, Frei, Abbey. Third: BOYS' CROSS COUNTRYXIOB Boo tleggers ""1- 104fSOCCER Above: Stopping the ball behind enemy lines, senior Mike Gately prepares for a frontal attack. Top: Master charger Tim Daniels uses carte blanche to gain possession of the ball. Far right: Rich Thomp- son's expert dribbling leaves his opponent knee deep in trouble. Right: Fighting for elbow room, Mike Gately shoulders his oppon- ent out of the running. ILUW, Low, Campbell, Lowj Q..,,,....A .mrs Q R.. NP vi, --'S-,-sl' .e 5 e just tried to put the ball into the net." It sounds simple, but according to coach Tony Schinto, this philosophy guided the 1979 varsity soccer team to a brilliant season. Compiling an outstanding record of 17-2-4, the booters recorded the team to a record seventy-one season goals. Superior performances were recognized when six players were named all-conference. Of these players Kullby and goalie Kyle Leonard won places on the all-state team. Strong individual play cou- pled with outstanding team ,gig nine shutouts and played an incredible twenty-one con- secutive games without loss. Although star fullback Eric Schultz was sidelined due to injury, the defense allowed their opponents only twenty goals. Powerful midfielders Kevin Kullby, John Mar- quardt, Greg Rossiter, and Jeff Miller provided op- timum ball control. With Tim Daniels and Mike Gately highlighting the offensive line, high scorers Marquardt and Kullby led effort promised the Varsity a high place in the finals. Victories over Highland Park and Glenbrook North opened the subsectionals for the Indians. They proceed- ed to win the following three games in the sectional tournament, including a quadruple overtime victory against Lake Forest. The booters defeated Quigley in the quarter finals and Bowen in the semifinals to place second in the state championship. ' V,-rr - ' aw' 'W ' ix? .ag. , y X ,P f. . I. f 1 1 '. ifif, I I fi' f . . , 1- , 0,4 5. l , 'l".H":W iffy" 411 ,. . '- . , ....f'-ff -9 l. ff,,:3iff,Jr5e1r f . , r Q.. f pf. f r .'.,:+L:4 2 ' H, ,,,, V, in f fu ' ' fl .P , ' - f- . 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X L' ifx. if 4 Q ' .- A I fi' ,n .342 e, ,' L Q W. me .4852 ' ...z.,,..,, I, , . , U . . , , Lu A' ' V ' . f ' . fu..,' . VARSITY - Bottom Row: Miller, Kullby, Burkhardt, Leonard, Stein- hoff, Rossiter, Norehad. Second: Levin, Gately, Pedicini, Thompson, Thesing, Szafranski, Weaver, Wil- liams. Third: Mr. Schinto fcoachj, Daniels, Schultz, Heitman, Va- selopulos, Hoskins, Berger, Sweet, Tschudy, Marquardt, Wendling ftrainerl. IOBXSOCCER :Wi J, 1V L ..,.v-My Q m Y me Forward Tim Daniels Goal-ie Kyle Leonard SEASON RESULTS VARSITY GRANITE CITY NORTH GRANITE CITY SOUTH CAHOKIA ............................... ....... ST. CHARLES .................... ....... NEW TRIER WEST ............ ....... GLENBROOK NORTH ....... ....... MAINE EAST ..................... ....... ADDISON TRAIL ........... NILES WEST ........... LOYOLA ....................... MAINE SOUTH .............. WAUKEGAN WEST ...... DEERFIELD ................ EVANSTON ............ ...................... ........................... NILES EAST ........................................................... New. Trier placed first in the Subsectionals, fir Sectionals, and second in the State tournament. W JUNIOR VARSITY ................................................. SOPHOMORE .......... FRESHMAN A ...... FRESHMAN B ...... t-dl!!-' ,15,5, 1 4 in 14 5 .f My i I W . , ' L " , V, 3 14" "w':'V'4vo'4a5-3 V 74'?f4rf9:fiH'lf0'iw - , , ' - bu, ' 'f 'f f f .nw ' ' 7 W , ,, '- 21' dv, ,YY ,- l"""' A .M H E 9He"p'i"4'i?4"l63'Z?i6 . 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Third: Riblet, O'Rourke, Armstrong, Sweet, White, Gescheidle, Maloney, Ab- bott. Absent: Austin, Laureano, Tamai. 44 , . ' '4 ,, v X - w ' - , ' ' 0 " ' ' ' ,V Q .f I 5 you 9, 5. ' ,, + 4211 ', fi V 'VV E r,-41' fy f., H 1.x 1 Q.: - f X Q ,. ., fr f ' xx J gf A 5 K 1 6 v I .'7 , A V' L I N ,Y , 3 f fi v il .I if . SOCCER! 107 Twenty-six goals and nine straight undefeated games highlighted the JV soccer squad's outstanding season. Due to the teamls small size, coach Earl Schabel individualized his training methods to allow each team member time for improvement. With acceler- ated performances the JV squad emerged from compe- lf, V A, sign, i A 'FS-svn. , - ' 'n ,PY 6 df' ,D , f A ' ,,, -9 .nl 1 Jkffiff -w A ' Q, , z - ,f,, .1 , ,. . Q., Q 1 'W -s-,fly K ,Q s va fi mgiz ' ,WA 4 wwf. K J.. nu ri . K A W., Q-, 9,1 VW'--f .ap H1 g ., y ,, ,hm 1 n .Y bv Y- 1' n r', 1 J ' W' 'H' if ' W "Yi . , a .. . Aww- 2 tition ranked first in their league. According to coach Bob Ward, "good attitude and a lot of talent" proved effec- tive for the Sophomore team. The squadls powerful backfield improved ball control and allowed only nine goals throughout the season. Balanced by a strong midfield and a quick front line, the Sophomores fin- ished second in their divi- sion. - The Freshman A team played exceptionally well throughout the season. Coach Tom Garden switched the defense from a four-fullback line to a diamond formation, a change that rallied the team to upset rivals New Trier West, Glenbrook North, and :,f ". u 108fSOCCER Maine South. The Fresh- man B team's impressive season was marked by twenty-four goals and a 13-0 shutout. Coach John Cad- well praised his defensive combination and felt that the whole team showed great improvement through- out the year. .N 5 U I ,-,-q:1- Q,- 'B' 4' . U U C f' IL ig 1 X Y ' :ka V I g W N2 aw., " -'var rv 'T V ?fa"Q' '42 in 'D Q J E29 Q :ii ,ii l Sri , 4 51 ,, 2? fb V 1 I if A 1 , -1 ,JC A ag: sf- x 5 A iffy-4-, , A 41. E 15, Z ma ' I 3 i7f3NQ .? si5"f"f 1 914331 ,',l f 9 61 Tr N 15? ,M -nl J,9uw, 1 Par excellence uring the past fifty years, women's professional golf has seen tremendous growth in the quantity and quality of its players. Entering its sixth season, the New Trier girl's golf program has paralleled this increase with its- growing participation and skill. The squadls steady improvement over the past several years is reflected in its impressive season records. The entire team demonstrated determina- tion and ability by winning four of its first five matches. Hours of demanding prac- tice at the Glencoe golf course produced this success. Drawing on the guidance of coach Gerry Ryberg and the experience of veterans Sarah Wheeler and Gieriet Sullivan, the team advanced in the Cen- tral suburban league, qualifying for the District tournament. The undeni- able talent of this year's squad built a strong founda- tion for the growth of future teams. ., 'SA LIBERTYVIIJLE LAKE FOREST ........ FOREST VIEW ....... mu EVANSTON 5DALE.QElbIT1 RINGTON ....... WAUKEGAN EAST ............................................................ K . '- ' GLENBROQIQSOUTH .....' ........................ ............. ..... , . . ' 1 741' 1, V .. ifff ' -W New Trier finished eleventh in the Waukegan East invritationalnthird .L A' f Districts, and fifth in the Sectionals, ' , .-'bww , A ., , A ' W' , VV "' 'S V V . , MAL, , V if , . f , fy-.2 r.rr I.: r fx' gg ,,,., p ...r IIOXGIRLS' GOLF Right: Gieriet Sullivan's smooth swing irons out any rough spots in her game. fPaterkieWiczj trength, timing, and concentration com- prise the essential elements any golfer needs to maintain a superior playing record. When he synthesizes these skills, an average golfer becomes a true cham- pion. This year's team, coached by Clint Carlstrom, developed these qualities as they coasted to a superb 9-1 record. Selected as the most valuable players, seniors Mike DeBartolo and Bill Madden constantly scored well, adding to the team's overall success. The steady AUKEGAN WEST ,NTB , f L48 Q ,nf f 4 f 'sf' ,ff -M668 and fourth first in the Districts and W' 434: play of seniors Clint Mabie and Hank Zanarini provided consistency and depth, While Andy Burns and Jay Dempsey furnished the additional strength needed for a championship season. After capturing first place in the Central suburban league, District, and Sec- tional meets, the Indians pursued the state cham- pionship. Coach Earl Metzger attributed the success of the freshman-sophomore team to diligent practice. Talent- ed sophomores Joe Bosco, Brad Heitman, and Chris Lindblad led their team to the Central suburban league title. Next year, the boy's golf team promises to main- tain Indian supremacy. w , Vu- A Above: Buckled over his tee, Clint Mabie strives to put another victory under his belt. Left: With striking determination, senior Bill Madden drives power into his swing. fPaterkiewicz, Campbell, Cam pbell 2 BOYS' GOLFXII1 112fGOLF GIRLS ' GOLF F" ,M BOYS' GOLF VARSITY - Bottom Row: Dempsey, Mabie, DeBartolo, Mad- den. Second: Lindblad, Powell, Tarhan, Lieberman, Mr. Carlstrom Ccoachl. Third: Dvorak, Ellis, Burns, Lipson, Zanarini. Absent: Nesbitt, Panitch. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Russell, Marsh, Klein, Myers, Constan, Price, Monsees. Second: Mr. Metzger fcoachj, McMahon, Watson, Lip- sich, Allsteadt, Mayer, Heitman. Third: Bowen, Hayford, Bosco, Lindblad, Andrew, Cross, Horsch, Ferrick. Absent: Dempsey, Moline. Bottom Row: Meier, Wheeler, Sullivan. Second: Connolly, Tay- lor, Tracy. Absent: Miss Ryberg Qcoachj. l lg 6 X U, x,,m-- Masked marvels isplaying master- ful technique, the New Trier fencers placed a cut above their opponents. Strategic plan- ning distinguished this year's squad. Swordsmen Bruce Jackson and Stefan James established a strong backbone for the team, aiding the Varsity in placing second in the Central suburban league. Four fencers qualified for the Junior Olympics in Oregon. Two of these, Stefan James and Fred Rosen, placed first and second respectively in the State meet. The foilers' skillful moves and refined form supplemented by en- couragement from first year coach Linda Ambrozik re- sulted in a second place finish in the State tour- nament. 'fi .nu Q' X MXL XX! . x 'J Left: Exhibiting winning form, this model fencer strikes a brilliant pose. Top: This swordsman waves the victory sign in anticipation of another triumph. Above: Display- ing formidable finesse, a daring duo duels to the finish. fKyle, Camp- bell, Ky1e2 FENCINGXH3 FENCING VARSITY - Bottom Row: Glick, Blake, Rosen, Hallenberg. Second: Jackson, Park, Stahl, James, Challinor, Miss Ambrozik fcoachl. JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: White, Schneider, Wolter, Salafsky, Proffit. Second: Sohn, Thomas, French, Gillies. Third: Miss Ambrozik fcoachl, Morrow fmanagerl, Rogers, Coven, Malvan- i, St. Clair. Absent: Dalkin, Eberhardt, Grand, Hagg, Howard, Ray, Seabright. BA DMIN TON , BADMINTON - Bottom Row: Mauck, O'Connell, Davis, Carroll, Kaminski, Wysockey, Maguire, Gregg, Campbell, Buckingham, Berlin. Second: Moore, Holland, Cunningham, Geniesse, Anderson, Thesing, Wunder, Sullivan, Jaeck, Skaja, Freeman. Third: Miss Beach icoachl, Prindiville, Malott, Butler, Wussler, Kerr, Burns, Geary, Cardwell, Adams, Hanlon, Renner, Brumitt, Miss Kennicke fcoachl. Absent: Hall. 1 14fFENCINGfBADMINTON .3 ,qt I 's, JC X, st, 'N' is ,N 11- 5' 1 A , " -if .h :... 'E' .V ., - New f ,,.,. V? A , , 5 ,..:. 'ffl . . . 1, " ca 2141 I' if lei' 4 c' . ' i W?-'A J , af 1 W' , 'W W if WM lk? i 'L ll badminton players: lt's coming! Our first meet is only two weeks away. With little time left for practice, we must make every day count. Our schedule includes several crucial conference meets: the Conference championship, the Arlington invitational and the Central suburban league meet. This year the stiffest competition for the Conference title will come from Maine South, Deerfield and Evanston. ln addition to the regular home meets, we will he hosting an invitational. Returning lettermen Weezie Kerr, Martha Berlin, and Sarah Hanlon will be our star Varsity players. With our strength and experience, we should be a smashing success in the State tournament. 1 .,. ,... .... , ,. . ,. . . ,,,7,V,i,f-Y, Nef SEHEFS Below: Sarah Hanlon's eagle eye zooms in on a high flying birdie. Below left: Swinger Martha Berlin leans into a shot that will send her opponents reeling. left: Weezie Kerr and running mate Sarah Hanlon await the returns of a recent rally. fLow, Rabe, Rabej i W , i f ffff,.w,. if 'QM' f-,yn l W! ew Trier volley- ball: a tradition of strength, excellen- ce, and success. The power- ful 1979 squad achieved excellence early in the season by placing third in the Indian Summer's end tourney. The team went on to seize second in both conference and district meets, ending its season' with a record of 10-3. This success can be attributed to hard work, a positive mental attitude, and superior coaching. "The entire varsity squad shared a very serious and intense attitude in everything that they put their minds to. As a result, the team showed more strength in a variety of situations than many past squads." Proving the credi- bility of coach Bonnie Beach's observations, the self-motivated varsity team overpowered much of their stiff competition. The young squad was led by captain Sally Harrington and Betsy Baxter, who set dynamic examples of volley- . 1 .M ft N. 4 f , 4 , an if 166122. . M. .. K ' 'M'r"r""'U"'W' Q ..,..,. f . -. ., f 1473,-,, f I f ball prowess. Adding strength to the team were senior Gigi Gregg's outstan- ding setting and junior Kate Crandell's awesome hitting and blocking. This year's team was unique in that the starting squad included three sophomores: Molly Kissinger, Liz Butler, and Julie Ryan. They gained valuable experience while complimenting their team- mates' fine skills. 1 16fVOLLEYBALL "Volleyball is a group effort all the way," stressed JV coach Kathy Rinehart. Each girl's personal sacrifice solved the squad's initial problems in working toge- ther and allowed the team to progress. With near-perfect skills and a successful joint effort, the squad completed an impressive year. According to coach Lee Kennicke, "the freshman level is important to esta- blish goals and feelings about the sport." Rugged determination helped the team to achieve a record of 19-1 and win both the Niles East Freshman invitational and conference crowns. With many fine players returning after a successful season, Beach compared future teams to a summer sun, "on the rise and hotlv Spiked pun ch f . , . 1. .,'...s..,.,..,..,-JA. - rt. , .- . X . Left: Gigi Gregg' and Betsy Baxter position themselves on the battle- field to defend their home territory. Far left: With model precision, trendsetter Joan Dysart poses an offensive threat. Above left: Spiker Kate Crandell reaches for the advantage point. Above: Prose- cutor Molly Kissinger serves a notice to he on the defensive. fPaterkiewicz, Cohen, Hardy, Lowj , wine. ,MW --....-.a.s,., fa VOLLEYBALLII 17 im T4 3 QA punts ' 'NW A I rv 1.5.4 4 ji 'ah fy ,'5k,. E ,L 5 in W W, Wi: P 1 , VARSITY - Bottom Row: Ryan Gregg, Freeman, Butler, Harring- ton. Second: Miss Beach Ccoachi Baxter, Crandell, Friedrichs Kissinger, Harrison Cmanagerl. as X 31x12 'ICQ amid 1-ann --I JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Sherman, Wysockey, Maguire, Clay, Craddock, Sullivan, Dysart. Second: Mrs. Rinehart lcoachl, Buck, Later, Hastings, Hall, Renner, Harrison Cmanagerj. FRESHMAN - Bottom Row: Miller, O'Connor, Dysart. Second: Herlocker, Anderson, Wolff, Neary, Keller. Third: Miss Kennicke fcoachj, Mendel, Geary, Wolfe, Hennessy, Curtiss, Saccone, Harri- son Cmanagerl. r t xiii- Left: The double feature of Carol Herlocker and Lisa Mendel projects a sneak preview of fresh- man team work. Above left: Sophomore Marisa Clay sets up the ball as her teammate goes in for the kill. Above: Ten little Indians pow-wow to plan their attack. f Cohen, Cohen, Paterkiewiczl B 7 it 2 Qvta VOLLEYBALLH19 rom a background' of fall color, a lithe figure emerges and dashes across the field. Oblivious to the threat of her opponent, she raises her stick and swings. The ball reels past the defending goalie in a moment of il- luminated glory. SCORE! Over the past three years New Trierls field hockey team possessed the midas touch in the Central suburban league, compiling an incredible record of 39-3. This yearls squad was no exception. Returning varsity standouts Heidi Zimmerman and captain Weezie Kerr capitalized on speed and DOXFIELD HOCKEY aggressiveness to establish New Trier's offensive power- house. With co-captain! goalie Nancy Hirsch guard- ing the golden domain, Sarah Hanlon and Jamie Fry built an invincible defense. ln her rookie year coach Vera Henneuse motivated the team to an exceptional 12-1 record. Tying for first place in the C.S.L., the squad advanced to the state tour- nament. After exciting victories in the semi- and quarterfinal rounds, the sticklers beat Lake Forest in overtime play to capture New Trier's first state field hockey championship. 2 'J 11 l 4 l l l l b i i . i i , . 1 "l 1 l Lag... Q,- , 4141? .. A A AAAA -gg - A 1-gg mx- Q. "F- T - vgfnj QF -5 E 'A - 5.1 4..- F " ' lf- 1' 1. ep:-I --ff Ti " A M4 ""-'-:"' ' A l SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NTE OPP. ANTIOCH ........................................ 3 0 BARRINGTON ............. ....... 5 0 LINCOLN - WAY ........ ....... 7 0 MCHENRY ...................................... 2 1 NEW TRIER WEST ,..........,......... 1 0 HOMEWOODXFLOSSMOOR ...,.. 3 1 WOODSTOCK ................................ 4 1 MAINE EAST ....................,............ 2 1 OAK PARK ......... ....... I X 2 DEERFIELD .......... ....... 2 0 CRYSTAL LAKE ...... ....... 2 0 SCI-IAUMBURG ........,.................... 2 l LAKE FOREST .............................. 1 2 New Trier tied for first. in the Central suburban league, won the regionals, and placed first in the state tournament. 's.. Q. - 4 I 4 i Second: Mrs. Mauck fcoachl, Buckingham, in VARSITY - Bottom Row: Bentley, Kaminski, Penticoff, Jaeers, Peterson, Fry, Kerr, Hanlon, Zimmerman, I-Iirsh, Mauck, Thompson, Ellis. Hart, Miss Henneuse fcoachl, ,L 2 'if if if i A JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Schmitz, Osmon. Third: Mrs. Mauck Kcoachl, Sterrett, I Canafax, Tindall, Chen, Strahorn, Seymour. Hung, Cardwell, Bohnsack, Julian, Fogarty, Miss Second: Keay, Ernst, Maloney, Gould, Ellis, Henneuse icoachl. Z 4' , ,, , , we 4 I 1 3, ,.r. W . 1 I 14 rf' X 'V ' ,yi ff ine 'gif ,S ' v Iffaf-L ,, FIELD HOCKEYM21 VARSITY - Bottom Row: Pates Leahy, Onley, Maguire, Morand Hangren. Second: Hinkamp Kirscher, Bekken, Hackett Gradolph. Third: Craddock, Spi- tek, Loftus, Mr. Stewart fcoachj Absent: Bass, Bigelow, Higgins. 4 r e -,L pa i . af' M 4,42-if IQQXGIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY X X. 'e X I X X , ' new 5 We :vm XX ' it w X 3x X - A X Q A AX ' ' . MX ' SX-if X . if."WXq ' 9 ' 1 ' -vi si X X -.X X, IX X. w- - Xu, U an 1? X wQfT X XX My i Q"Ww.X.k I QI W3 we .' -gl 'A ' . .. 1 X 'X vs ' X X, ., '- X 1 XX' X X X X X X, X ,gm ,wgu ...X eu' X .X , , y Xf X . " if X T X X xg XX, X X X X- X xX :X XX, 5 'XY X 4 X 4, ' . 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T" af I '5 15 'f'ff'f is-'xx lax ..:,J ,S we in gmixdiv ,v.X .., .. . , .. , ,. XX . 5 K Q ., . If H " v if I9 'A -1- i"Xw.rw, X ai. M, -Xt, ,Q ' 3 If ' X 6 'Nr hx at , X if X . X X, ,Q .X xy VX Nag wb' HX, K .X X. Xe. X Xux X. XX X 5, X X ai x ef if-in X I f - X X - wr" - 'il fi ' XX A -' kk. WAI X," -. X, 5' VX may I? gf' , Q, N wg., ,Q Q er MQ X,- sf, 'qv Xa ' - X 5 TX :X Xrigiis s .Q Y, ,N lr ui .6546 X 'X ff 'X :KX f 6 , X X 9-X Over the logs and through the woods to the finish line they go. The legs know the way, without delay, through heat or rain or snow. All through the summer and during the fall, they ran with their hearts and soles. Through thick and through thin, they never gave in 'cause state was their final goal. stered team confidence. With strong leadership and lively spirit, co-captains Katy Maguire and Mary Craddock incited the team to beat rival Evanston, a feat showing their true ability. In its debut season, the girls' cross-country team convinced the toughest critics of its prime talent. fficially recognized this year by the II-ISA, the girls' cross-country team ran away victoriously. The squad distinguished itself by winning all dual meets and tying for first place in the Central suburban league. Coach Bill Stewartis enthusiastic attitude bol- SEASON RESULTS ' VARSITY NTE 23 21 15 25 20 19 25 18 15 22 21 OPP. 38 42 50 30 41 45 52 42 50 39 37 NEW TRIER WEST ....... ......... HIGHLAND PARK ...... ..... NILES NORTH ....... ...... MUNDELINE ....... ...... WEST LEYDEN ..... ...... LAKE FOREST ....... ...... EVANSTON ............. ...... NILES WEST ............. ...... ST. SCHOLASTICA ..... ...... DEERFIELD ............ ...... MAINE SOUTH .............................4....................................... New Trier finished seventh in the Maine West invitational, second in the Loyola invitational, and fifth in the Evanston invitational. New Trier placed second in the league meet at Niles West. GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRYX1 23 Running mates fter months of monotonous run- g ning and weight training, the boys' track team was fired up and ready to begin the 1980 track season. Runners and hur- dlers took strides to better their times, while jumpers, shot putters, and discus throwers stretched for new heights and longer dis- tances. Directed by the helpful instruction of coaches White, Almaguer, Klocker and Sandborn, the team built upon their sound base of experienced distance runners Mike Harrington, Rick Rosenbloom and jun- ior Dan Alster. Team cap- tain Carl Sorenson also returned as did Clyde Kof- man and Paul Piorkowski, members from last yearls State qualifying relay team. Together they encouraged the tracksters and helped them with individual skill development. According to head coach Jon White, the Fresh- men and Sophomore teams showed the potential to be a leading Varsity team in both running and field events. When New Trier East and West merge, the combined talents from both schools should lead to a well- rounded and successful team. 11.1511-5-us,-, i--fs-ev--:fn-,:.uunf is. .ww 5, l.I an ,. ff ' . iRabel fi i A it H-lelgilfifgr--3"a'4. if" A ,r - l QAM-ha EA VARSITY - Bottom Row: Sorenson, Pedicini MacDonald, Fujii, Pearl, Meyers, Alster. Secondi Rafenello, DeVries, Piorkowski, Rosenbloom Harrington, Shattil. Third: Heidt, Pigott, Francis, Stafford, Lahrman, Tshilds, Grove. Fourth: Feldman, Hammersley, Kofman, Adams, Seyfarth, DiClementi, Turner. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Kaefer, Head, Druger, Nicholls, Sherman, Rosenb- loom, Laurence, Wagner, Griffith. Second: Pigott, Nolun, Mulliken, Yasenak, Bush, McCuthen, Holmgren, Bokhof. Third: Williams, Sutherland, Gerding, Paik, Sullivan, DeVries, Sibblad. Fourth: , Howard, Pierpont, Wire, Campbell, DiClementi, Bianucci, Ahern, Mr. Sandborn fcoachl. Fifth: Allen. Absent: Mr. Almaguer tcoachl, Blackwell, Pateras, Patterson. Left: Six tracksters prepare to release their kinetic energy and reach their potential. Far left: Courting triumph, Ben Nolan passes the bar while defending New Trier's position. Top left: Super jumper Steve Pearl demonstrates his ability to leap over sand pits in a single bound. tPhotos by Rabej BOYS' TRACKXIZ5 Ringmas ters nticipation rises as the gymnast con- centrates on his upcoming performance. After the judge's final OK., he sprints down the runway. As the athlete gains speed, his actions become smoother, blending together in perfect harmony. The awed spectators grow silent as he takes off into a perfect mount. In an instant the gymnast triumphantly com- pletes a flawless routine. Due to the efforts of determined athletes, this year's boys' gymnastics team reached peaks of superior performance. Ac- cording to Coach Gerry Denk, the team looked promising from the start, as it was "the best team on paper in New Trier history." Bob Creagh had an excellent year with his pommel horse routine, as did Bill Alvarez on the rings. These talented athletes and others such as all-around gymnast Dave Norehad helped New Trier to soar into a winning season. wk H, xr--rw--W S ,f WEL! X , figif JW , we , ' ,, Hqys-Q .5 .. g a 4 .- f . .., . .. : sy Q W A 1 , xg' " " A X Z 'MQ' ' .. N ' . A ' ' . - , , . f',f.45.., . J . 4 EQ ,, -3.3:5,... 2, ,. Y K I 1: f ! ,gg VARSITY - Bottom Row: Tang- ney, Kincaid, Jacobson, Norehad, Dunn, O,Connell, Champion Jiganti, Swartz, Wanger, Moretta, Adamson. Second: Lucas, An- drews, D. Maher, McGraw, Adler, Creagh, Mueller, Alvarez, Good- man, Ehle, Bendy, S. Maher O'Malley. Absent: Armstrong James. 1 1 r 126fBOYS GYMNASTICS I l l l I. it L ll f l , x I i P I 'l l , lil i i l il, lr .ir at Ee s. I U' 7 'I lr .N 'F'-ul"-41,4 FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE - Bottom Rows Wanger, Nordman P. Lederer, Gaber, Gilson, O'Neil Peterson, Madden, Schmidt Second: Trotter, Haffey, Lyons Burns, M. Thomas, Kaminski, G Lederer, McDonald, Ward Schroeder, Munitz, Kliegerman Fischer, S. Miller. Third: Ingersoll, Shen, Goff, Wolf, Firestone, Spector, Tassey, Orwig, Kelly, Witt, Weingarten, Oyasu, Bridges, Flaherty, J. Thomas, Hanigan. Fourth: Sendelbach, Hendrick, Broderick, T. Miller, Thompson, Lawton, Tate, Richter, Coyle, Spitek, Lone. Absent: Conte, Mayer, Young. 'QP---v----T?3iw"'Mxx.' -me Xi! ,,,.. N X M W ...,, in A AK ' . X or ti S, ggi- gl -w 3 , 6, 1 so Q ff t S 0- ,fe , " C' i 'Q o S ' .ws if pr i . ,pm1v-v- --gf mm .,,f,,,,.mw..m .A-mm-1 mv-f 'll Left: Bob Creagh highlights his routine with a brilliant Thomas Flair. Far left: Despite the agitation of competition, Bill Alvarez flies through a difficult routine with zero turbulence. Top: King of swing Jon Moretta rocks his competitors with a classic move, Above: ln the smorgasboard of gymnastic events, the Swedish-L is David Norehad's specialty. fBorre, McCook, McCook, McCookj BOYS' GYMNASTICSX 127 ! ar belies pending their free time in the air, the girls' gymnastics team turned over new records at New Trier. They performed consistently well on the uneven bars and worked the stumblings out of tumbling runs. The gymnasts balanced grace with technical skills as they vaulted to gymnastic star- dom. Although the team was young, senior co-captains Debbie Stetter and Audree Nicholls were a powerful base for underclassmen to rely on. The team propelled themselves through section- als to earn a strong second place finish. Sophomore Heather Sipe, New Trier's only female gymnast to qualify, placed seventeenth out of ninety in both the vault and floor exercise at the State meet. These ener- getic girls turned the school upside down with enthu- siasm as they contributed to the athletic conquests of New Trier. 128!GlRLS GYMNASTICS ..,--NSW A-...Q-M """'Y' -47. QA! f Left: Pulling together skills of mind and body, Kiki Ryan wraps up a precise routine. Below left: Heather Sipe tips the scales in her favor with an impressive routine on the balance beam. Far left: Christy Conway kneels triumphantly as the crowd beholds her divine perfor- mance. fKy1e, Rabe, Hardyj VARSITY - Bottom Row: Pior- kowski, Ryan, M. Mack, Lawless, Boyd, N. Mack, Sipe, Peterson, Kullby. Second: Peeples fman- agerl, Armstrong, Ward, Rigolin, Lin, Stetter, Conway, Nicholls, Allen, Platon Cmanagerl. JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Peck, Hostert, Lawler, Levins, Elmore, Meier, Abrams, Russell. Second: Scully, Connors, Nelson, Trux, Stearns, Chapman, Lazer, Williams, Sullivan. Absent: Parrish, Trott. GIRLS' GYMNASTICSH29 il li sarwmx. Nr wx' sszssasnm sears ffl X 34 K 5? fm .N gl , 3 B ome sweet home" is an appropriate phrase to describe the fortunes of this year's Varsity basketball While playing home crowd, the conquered every one. Their ed a thrilling againsta In equally New Trier defending State Maine South conferenc ston to East the could team ln Dave named most senior was all Indians touted Quincy. Doug rebounding, Indians won six straight games to end regular season play. Upon entering March Madness, State tournament time, the Indians found themselves in the toughest regional in the tournament. Unfortunately, their season ended abruptly with a tough loss to the Cowboys. How- ever, with Mike Huff, 6'7" center John Gynn, and 6'5" forward Ed Harney moving into the limelight, the Indians are sure of a bright future. 130fBASKETBALL """"' - unav- , , ': ,.,- fl-Wiz" 'fader'-77 V ..z i ff KN fm F f x fXv- Z 'fi 'LN -: . ,- , .. As-'1",,, 'Vt - 4 . , ?1f,.f"tQ, r , , W, .K , . Q . - sf Xi in , HIAMV -.isix Swv' 'Q 1 ix Q Z2-afi2,S Z 2 9,1 ' 1 ,fri f 7, """f- , , 3 , I, ,f I 1 ,, i GCC N w x .aff .....,, ,,,. . .....,., , BASKETBALL! 131 ,we f f f'N'l"-lf" QL Q X ll Above: charge, an Indian Bennett keeps a opponent as Indian campaign. Barton's strategic stage for a stellar Indian perfor-V mance. Right: Delivering a hot tip to his teammates, Bruce Hammers! ley gives NTE a jump on their V opponents. QMcCook, Cohen, i Rabe, Hardyj 132!BASKETBALL A EAST WEST EAST ......... finished first ournament. ini' I'!l .01 Bottom Row:Dev1in, Pendry, Miliikin, Roth. Third: Mr. Schinto fcoachl, J. Gynn, Connors, Huff, Bennett, Jones mfmarrageri. Mabie, Ryan, Harney, Maddox, Curtiss, Slonicke, Worthington, Tyrrell, Foran, Askonas imanaged, Mr. Schneiter fcoachb. Lahrman, Gallanis, Wegner, L Second: New' Bottom Row: Fogarty Wiifong, McCain, Harrington, Barton icoachl, Burke, Wolff Q K V ' ""'1-sus nn'nn 'faq M-,sv 12237 n iI1""" Schneiter attack. Far Bound determined, Freshman Rob Hau- sheer weaves through a tight defense. Right: Sophomore Mike Burke meets foul play whiie attempting to complete a fast break. fBor1-e, Rabe, Hardy, Cohen! V Q AV ,Z-ul if BASKE'I'BALL!135 well-timed pass streaks into an- ticipating hands. The subsequent shot arcs toward the basket and passes through the net with a satisfying SWISH. A smile creases the face of the scorer, but is quickly erased by a cool air of profession- alism. The trip back down the court is marked by an energetic pace, a result of the two-point gain. The early loss of several key players prevented the Indian cagettes from achiev- ing alfqlfick start. Despite their' initial weakness, the Indians showed steady im- provement over the course of the year. Sparkling in- dividual performances con- tributed to the team's progress. Senior Anne Tracy's 23 point game against Waukegan West helped to maintain her excellent scoring average. The season was highlighted by an upset victory over Niles East and a near win against Deerfield, a perenial power house. Coach Gerry Ryberg was pleased with the team's ability to cut their turnover average in half and with the increased rebound- ing of the front line, par- ticularly of junior Kate Crandell. The Junior varsity, paced by the superb all- around play of Nancy Leahy, compiled a remark- able record of 10-8. Under the capable leadership of Coach John Cadwell, the Freshman team earned an outstanding record of 17-1. The success of the under- classmen teams is the key to a sound future for girls' basketball at New Trier. N ,W IRJ fa, ,J is lr elmo 4 l iw VARSITY - Bottom Row: Fox, Denniston, Holleran, Shelton, Tracy. Second: Day, Mauck, Kissinger, Silverstein, Dickson fmanagerl. Third: Miss Henneuse Ccoachl, Craddock, Crandell, Harrington, Powers, Miss Ryberg lcoachl. 136fGIRLS BASKETBALL 11- : 5 a? I Breaking a wa y l 5 E V li I1 5 l ln ll JP-Lg 1---Q 1 JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Hughes, Lowley, Zimmer- man, Rennolds, Van De Walle Second: Lehman, Graham, Baur, Malott, Heeter. Third: Miss Henneuse Ccoachl, George, Leahy, Hinshaw, Miss Ryberg Ccoachl. 'rf-m..4 -yr, ,W .ci- 4 UL ,. milf Ulflllxjx' ,,?"""-no . Left: Conducting a prelude to a key game, coach Ryberg plays an instrumental role in the team's success. Top left: Kate Crandell stretches to extend the Indian lead out of her opponents' reach. Far left: Debbie Vandewalle's donation at the charity stripe contributes to the Indian cause. Rabe, McCook, '- QVWTQY5' af, , 1 .,., , K 'Y' A L'l A 'C'1l pf V' XXX L -R ttly - ' llll ' V ,I I Rabej Amis FRESHMAN - Bottom Row: Crown, Fleming, Watson, Hender- son. Second: Foran, Mendel, Herlocker, Neary, Corns, Tyrrell. Third: Mr. Cadwell Ccoachl, Lifvendahl, Hennessy, Roach, Cragg, Curtiss, Tschaikowsky. Absent: Dauer, Keller. GIRLS' BASKETBALL! 137 138fGIRLS' SWIMMING Q in Above: Megan Kelley reaches toward the peak of perfection as she aims to improve her diving form. Top: Refusing to settle for second best, Anne Cervinka zeroes in on the number one position. Far right: At the sound of the gun, New Trier's high caliber swimmers shoot ahead of their opponents. Right: Anne Madden anxiously awaits the timely results of a critical race. fCohen, McCook, Cohen, McCookj 1l I-nu-1 n lane one the New Trier girls, swim team prepared for its most challenging race. Speed, Endurance, Muscular coordination, Correct breathing, and Physical and Mental strength occupied lanes two through six. At the sound of the gun, the season started and the team began its steady conquest of these necessary skills. Winning the Central suburban league with a flawless record of 6-0, the swim team displayed its determination to achieve nothing short of perfection. The Indians captured first place in their district and eventually advanced to the State meet, where they placed second to long-time rival Hinsdale. Junior Betsy Lind claimed first in the fifty yard freestyle, and the foursome Lind, Mary Kelly, Mary James, and Tana Bowen finished first in the medley relay. Diver Jane Alexander bolstered the Indians, winnings by taking second in State competition. Five members of the New Trier team were named All-american, an honor that placed them among the top thirty swimmers in the nation. The high quality of the coaching staff contributed greatly to the team's success. For the twelfth consecutive season diving coach Arnie Cajet had a diver place in State compe- tition, a feat practically unrivalled in high school swimming. Head coach Eric Matz worked his swimmers for five to six hours every day, building their endur- ance and increasing their skills. First-rate instruction and self-discipline enabled the swimmers to far out- swim their opponents. . ,... f. . ,. 251132764 aff raw? UA R 1 A ...i ES VARSITY - Bottom Row: Diaz, Guthrie, McClain, McMahon, Alexander, James, A. Cervinka, Williams, Carter, Day, Blodgett. Second: Mr. Matz fcoachl, Bowen, Moore, Lindstrom, J. Kelly, A. Ward, M. Kelly, Lind, Campion, Mr. Harper fcoachl. Third: Mrs. Matz Ccoachl, Florko, C. Ward, Epkins, Cross, L. Cervinka, Miller, Madden, Mr. Cajet fcoachl. JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Pateras, Lorenz, Peterson, Friedlander, Mead, E. Wood, Rutherford, Kanaley, Herndon. Second: Mr. Matz tcoachl, Bellan- ca, Roth, Cunningham, Martin, Zummer, Blodgett, Mals, Claven, Newman, Lantz. Third: Mr. Cajet tcoachj, McCrea, Furca, Bloom- field, Richards, Broderick, G. Wood, Mrs. Matz Ccoachb, Mr. Harper fcoachl. SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NTE OPP. MAINE SOUTH ............ ......................... ........... 9 7 75 WAUKEGAN WEST ...... 138 30 EVANSTON ................... ...... 1 19 53 NILES EAST .......... ........ 7 1 9 " V NILES WEST .....,... ...... 1 39 31 ST. CHARLES ........ ...... 1 01 73 DEERFIELD ...................................................................... 123 48 VV New Trier placed first in the Central suburban league, first in the District, KY -V V 'V V 'tu V ,, V VV , x and second in the State tournament. . 7 ff' 'K V f . 1 f ' 2, ml . I 1 5 ff' 4 J 1411-U ,. , f " ' , V nft.,M31 V 5' I M ., .Q M4 ' ' V L , . V fl ,M V H .f , .,,,,,.-,. 'f i nf ' f , ' ' V V VV ,Y f V Q My V V . A zffwwfzdffrffwwwf -,f,f4w,fw,1 ,'f-,f, Jw f-.' In zz' VVVVV Q Q .fiv f ff,, ,f.,. f f. . I v GIRLS' SWIMMINCJ139 Pool sharks l 140!BOYS' SWIMMING n a sport where races are recorded to the thousandth of a second, time becomes precious. Occasionally, races are so close that the winner can be determined by the length of a swimmer's hair. Time also means hard work- outs early in the morning and late in the afternoon. lnvariably, the clock moves too slowly for the weekday swimmer but much too quickly for the weekend racer. Led by captains Steve Ashmore, Sumner Mead, and Burr Martin, the boys' swim team improved steadi- ly as the year progressed. Despite a slow start, they ended the season with second place in the Central suburban league. After capturing second in the Districts, the Varsity sent seven swimmers and two relay teams to the State meet. Notable performances by Ashmore and the four hundred yard relay team highlighted the squad's seventh place finish in a field of ninety-three teams. Todd Folkl and Doug Allen headed coach Arnie Cajet's diving squad which performed well throughout the season. Both boys qualified for the Districts where they earned seats in the State tournament. Folkl went on to finish a strong fifth in the State meet. In addition to the divers' accomplishments, coaches Mr. Cajet and Mr. Wolff were nominated for the nationally acclaimed New- man Diving Award that recognized the excellence of the New Trier diving pro- gram. I I I 1 f A 'Y' 1---si ll 1 XX. Q ,...,.. W '. , ii ., - 1VvL A I , 1 x-X, L 'A-" ' .Q Below: New Trier's dynamite swim team prepares to blast off the Wi' ' 'm', fn . ' ii """ ,A 'Id . blocks. Far left: A picture of v ' . ' f"A i sLf'f'f" if ill perfect form,aNew Trier swimmer ,V .......?4, ff A " . draws a quick breath between I , "" 4, 4, .,L .,,...ff,, ,..'4r,. -,e,M..-.., ..,r, .. V-Mjs fii ", ' M ,, ,N strokes. Above left: Tom Mueller 1 .U ,,e.,e , floats like a butterfly and stings Wh- mQ,,qymumuildHNKW8HJ .,pQg?'u pwtQQ1 i .t mmabwonwewwtomdnmw 'A' ' 1 V Q ,wwu-U-uf A' " . -l-, . victory. Left: Seasoned diver Jerry ywwmwUH H,,ewMf: yvggjmpw 'Vrf - - fl p,,, ..r, 'Q ',.,, a-as L all ,,,, .pJgl Nh! liennessy springs into a grace u vi i b ' ' 2 L?jf'ef1MA faH. KDIcCook, Rabe,.Rabq ... - -fe ef :zz-.-zr.2t'.5'aA"Jr' - f f J MUCOOIO r Anasazi f' .,,,,, ' . Fo- fr Qihbnnbunalanan an an 1 dhunanuuuuuapuuu , off' .,,, 1 , , :ff I , lv ia,-' ,. V o .ff f ,, ,, I , A f n f ff 1, ' If , ff' f' f ff 1 1, , M 4 ,7 ,hfw ,V , I, Lui, In Q - , ..- - V ---- Y ' I I P Ex VARSITY - Bottom Row: Crandell Baker Martln Ashmore Mead fcoachl Third Gordon Hotchklss Gluckrnan Denby Scott Madden Powell, Patterson. Second: Mr. Matz fcoachl Mr Cajet Ccoachj D Gunn Fourth Allen Lerder McDonald Lorenz C Gunn Korn Hennessey, Fowkes, Coxon, Folkl, Raveret Mr Wolff fcoachj Mr Jones JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Streightiff, Carroll, Ticho, O'Malley, Stiffler, Gerding, Gor- don, Fawcett. Second: Mr. Matz icoachl, Mr. Cajet fcoachj, Inger- soll, Petti, Driggs, Schoch, Russell, Mr. Wolff Ccoachl, Mr. Jones Ccoachl. Third: Steiner, Walker, Myers, Pitner, Poulous. FRESHMAN - Bottom Row: Pfutzenreuter, Cooper, Gould, E. Thomas, Allen, Cross, Fehr. Second: Mr. Matzfcoachl, Mr. Cajet fcoachl, Conte, Miller, Orwig, Licata, Stearns, Huck, Mr. Wolff Kcoachl, Mr. Jones Ccoachl. Third: M. Thomas, Jentel, McBride, O'Kieffe, Barnes, Richter, Husak. 142fBOYS SWIMMING onths before the rigor of official practice began, several members of the 1980 girls' track team were gear- ing up for a winning season. Frequent visits to the weight cages and grueling exercise programs assured both track and field events sparked hope of a trip downstate for a few veteran runners. When the season came to a halt, it was clear that New Trier's track team would continue to pull ahead in years to come. Speed racers the team an abundant sup- ply of energy for upcoming meets. With the returning Varsity members leading the way, all of the enthusias- tic athletes left the starting blocks full speed ahead. An impressive win over Lind- bloom set the pace for an exciting season. While cap- tain Katy Maguire encour- aged the team's unyielding drive for victory, coaches Mr. Schulz and Mr. Stewart kept them striving "to achieve their personal best." Strong performances in 'haf Left: Despite the nation's energy crunch, New Trier's track team continues to break speed limits. Far left: Jamie Fry and Amy Peterson's perfect timing sends them on the right track to a record-breaking finish. Above: In the long run, a New Trier home stretch pulls the Indians toward victory. fPhotos by McCook1 GIRLS' TRACK! 143 he lacrosse team began practice with an active desire to come out on top. With help from Coach McFadzean, they brewed up a sure-fire game plan. Bubbling with optimism, they burst into a year of fiery competition. An explosive style of play characterized returning starter Rex Balz, Mark Brandon, and John O'Brien, who made up the club's core. The hot hands of goaltender Jack Coladarci and the overflowing enthusiasm of up and coming juniors Tor Solberg and John O'Rourke helped the team to proceed unchecked. Besides facing several local rivals including New Trier West, LaGrange, and Oak Park, the squad hosted two tough teams from Michigan. The Indians watched the dreams of other teams melt away as they rushed toward a repeat of last yearis undefeated sea- son. Crosse country rio" F1 ?' .W :TTL .l'?f":i:- 1 - Y . .. X 14-ULACROSSE VARSITY - Bottom Row: Dhein, Coladarci, Tyrrell, Fucik, Herbst, Nicolazzo, Bergsten, How- land. Second: Johnson, Moticik, Cunningham, Butz, Rutledge, La Porte, Hill. Third: Canafax, Barr, Austin, Shattuck, Devlin, Walsh. Fourth: Mr. McFadzean fcoachl, Boshes, Brandon, Federico, Jan- notta, Sheehan, Maloney, Gourley, Berman, McDonough. Fifth: Balz, Castino, O'Rourl-re, Solberg, Down- ing, O'Brien. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Applegate, Seymour, Grand, Hosbein, Lawrence, Pyott, O'Brien, Garrett. Second: Hayes, Chamberlain, Campbell, Constan, Croisant, Singer, Maeczky, Heroux. Third: Ray, Thomas, Franke Metzger, Fishman, Puch, Som- mers, Phillips, Roberson, Brick Fourth: Moen, Hallenberg, Bren- nan, Sauer, Kelly, Lasky, Nold ,Q DesRosiers. Fifth: Clapp, Bendy Walsh, Smith, Krause, O'Connor Rammelt, Schmidt. Sixth: Albert- son, Cross, Shelton, Traynor LaMotte, Foley, Wagener, Pitluck, McDonough. Seventh: Mills, Mr. Galea lcoachl, Slavin. f :fi I ., if: . A l fi-l7""' ,dis Xi l 'L GIRLS' TRACK fi l M A ,pw VARSITY - Bottom Row: S. Cavalier, Seweloh, Dysart, A. Cavalier, Pates, Onley, Morand, Maguire, Bekken. Second: Hack- ett, Olderman, Johnson, Sherman, Kirscher, Gradolph, Spitek, Bigelow, Collins, Carew, Hinkamp. Third: Bentley, Lipe, Richardson, Plumb, McConnell, Neuman, Moses, Tomes, Hart, Maureen Craddock, Fry. Absent: Mary Craddock, Davis, Maher, Neil. JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Higgins, Stone, Nelson, Baldovin, Carlson, Hangren, Herbst, A. Howard, Fowkes. Second: Davis, Gately, Kelly, O'Conne1l, McCann, Craddock, Morgan, Dorn, Lambert. Third: McColl, J. Howard, Wagener, Beck, Rossow, Montgomery, Loftus, Petersen, Chapin, Thompson. LACROSSEM45 restling is a grueling sport in which only the hardiest survive, The wres- tler must rely solely on his own physical attributes since no other athletes assist him during the match. Months of counting calories, weeks of strenuous workouts, and miles of pavement pounding pro- duced a first rate Varsity team, described by head coach Mr. Galea as, "A hardworking group of ath- letes that wrestled as in- dividuals but were all con- cerned with the well-being of their fellow athletesf, Led by talented co-captains Jeff Stanzler and Jeff Ransom and outstanding wrestler Greg Beck, the team showed consistency in forging a 14-5 season record, the best in the past decade. This year's Junior Var- sity team was a leader in its level of competition. The JV 1 team finished with a 14-4 mark while the JV 2 ended the year with a spectacular 12-1 record. Only an unu- sual surplus of excellent wrestlers prevented qual- ified JV wrestlers such as Mike Pateras and Mike DiClementi from competing on the Varsity squad. De- spite the loss of their coach midway through the season, the Freshman wrestlers improved admirably. They finished the season with a 7-6 record. Q.. as M' 9 S 1 -. V X ng. . , . , ,f.. 4 L. - ,,,. --,l,.,,1. , VARSITY - Bottom Row: Klein, Lynch, Reed, Kruempelstaedter, Gately, Majecsky, Newton, Bush, Miller, Mr. Kruempelstaedter Ccoachl. Second: Mr. Galea Ccoachl, Ransom, Buechner, Krause, Stanzler, Peck, Beck, James, Rafanello, Mr. Metzger fcoachl. 146fWRESTLING C5 - I l l ,g 1 E Q., . . , Left: Within the vicious circle, Bob Reuchner and an opponent square off in head to head combat. Far left: Nurturing the Indian cause, an unknown warrior cradles his opponent. Above: Jeff Ransom uses the right combination of strategy and strength to look up an Indian victory. fRabe, Cohen, Har-dyl "X,4'-Su JUNIOR VARSITY - Bottom Row: Zimmerman, Rowe, Trom- peter, Kelley, Metzger, Bachmann, Currie, Stanzler. Second: Glass, Beck, Ahern, Pateras, Pigott, Minogue, Phillips, Herbst, Di- Clementi, Fragassi. Third: Mr. Galea fcoachj, Peara, Dowen, Robison, Marquardt, Escamilla, Rohner, Santeler, Johnson, Bent- ley, Beucher, Mr. Metzger fcoachl, Mr. Kruempelstaedter fcoachl. Absent: Kirk, McLeese, Traynor. FRESHMAN - Bottom Row: Lane, Kelley, Copp, Dietrich, Nicholls, Wanger, Bolan, Horsch. Second: Mr. Acri fcoachl, Cooper, Harney, Campbell, O'Reilly, Loar- ie, Trott, Shepherd, DiClementi, Absent: Carlson, Drummond, Greanias, Perrella, Plonsker. a srsr r o --f-fivemi-A A-5155: 25- '--' ii If -' ' Lt.,-:I-f1fi.f' ' .Q f t - W2 V3 1 1 . , ,,,e - k',,,.f- WRESTLING! 147 Coming home oftball, one of the world's oldest sports, goes unchal- lenged as the most popular game in the United States. Crowds of fans flock to parks and stadiums where it is played. Games of softball spontaneously organized on a summer afternoon have traditionally been part of the typical American scene. New Trier shares this enth- usiasm for the sport. Throughout his three years of coaching, Mr. Jack Benson has established the Above: Casting her eyes upon a fly ball, Joanne Powers reels in a prize catch. Above right: All charged up, Lisa Powers directs her energies towards short-circuiting a line drive. Above far right: Practicing the art of deception, pitcher Ann Tracy exhibits a master-crafted curve ball. Right: Bat girl Barb Fox joins forces with wonder woman Lisa Powers to form New Trier's dynamic duo. KPhotos by Coheni 148fSOFTBALL girls' softball team as a powerhouse in the Central suburban league. With re- turning all-conference players Barb Fox, Joanne Powers, Julie Taylor, and Ann Tracy, New Trier inherited a strong founda- tion for 1980. The team's . overall hitting and fielding averages sky-rocketted as a result of the examples set by these experienced players. Based on a series of hit seasons, the Indians hope to make another play for the State title next year. w ,f9"., ., bww, ,,..,.-.-, .f w Nw ,,.-a was ...av- fd' INDIANS . rg , . ,-ff " ' " f ' , " 7- J VARSITY - Bottom Row: Thompson, Pick, Marsh, Van De Walle, Zimmerman, Graham, Russell, Connell, Hastings. Second: Hands, James, Fox, Tracy, Taylor, Ellis, White, Krebs, Low- ley. Third: Mr. Benson fcoachl, Ryan, Baur, L. Powers, Crandell, Silverstein, J. Powers, Rennolds, Ms. Hostetler Ccoachb. Absent: Heeter, Holleran. FRESHMAN - Bottom Row: Simpson, Tindall, Strahorn, Dysart, Crown, Tschudy, Bass, Watson. Second: Mr. Cadwell Ccoachl, Peck, Cragg, Goodman, Russell, Shepherd, Thompson, Ellis. Absent: Dickson, Wolff. SOFTBALU149 , . . 4 ' 4 . . . ' ' 1Hif 'funl ' -f 4 1 , ali .f 4 S l, 1ii'i,l Above: Though penned inside by harsh weather, this batter adapts well to the tame environment of the indoor track. Far right: Pitcher Dick Dvorak prepares to dish a piping hot slider over the plate. Bottom right: Staying in tune for the spring season, John Marquardt warms up for a perfect pitch. Right: Five Indians play pepper to provide the spice for a hot season. fKyIe, Rabe, Rabe, Cohenl 15OfBASEBALL he pitcher winds up and sends the ball sizzling over the plate. The batter positions himself, swings, and drives the ball deep into the outfield. Backing up fur. iously, the left fielder chases it and hurls it to the catcher just as the batter slides across the plate. HOME- RUN! The Indian nine had a very successful summer, emerging with a 15-2 confer- ence record that earned them a first place finish in their league. Co-captain John Marquardt led the squad with a low 1.5 earned run average. With a team- leading .550 batting average, catcher and co-captain Mike Black helped his teammates achieve an impressive .349 batting average. Second baseman Ron Klein and first baseman Morgan Her- ron let few grounders elude their gloves. These players provided both a good defense and offense which helped them to outscore their opponents. , M :Qi 'L f' 1 ,M ai! l 1 r s M 71,099 f r'?:"f7' r +2 X , , f ""'f' 2' I .L C1155-1,.g".,-'J:,jQ., DJJ! wjfg, -.QV v . . i I A -I I u-,,ff: : Zi K . in fi 1 L b' ' M . . f fll fd Q , ,f w K. nf ' 0145 y!,' fflfzlff 812155. , -4311 4-g,+5i:,yf1 ' A Q5'2f15IEE4'f3 If 4 . ' 51:1-',gP::4 I. , g ' ., ' Af? . M, ' -1--1"gcfr2.2-lr' ..1,.f... e f, aah, .ai VARSITY - Bottom Row: Klein Clark, Mitchell, Peter, Papierski Fay, Winberg, Kenny. Second: Mr Klein lcoachh, Drew, Schuldt Herron, Black, Beck, Price. Third Huff, Ieuter, Davis, Foran, Tinkle Marquardlc, Roth, Dvorak, Mr Burnside Ccoachl. BASEBALL! 151 . 1 With the arrival of spring, co-coaches Ron Klein and Pete Burnside built their team around a cadre of seasoned juniors and seniors. Senior Dick Dvorak, Marquardt, and left hander Ernie Roth returned as strong pitchers. Faced with a difficult schedule, the players' enthusiasm and skill enabled them to have a very rewarding season. 152fBASEBALL SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Ieuter, Fogarty, Denison, Riemschneider, Squires. Third: Mr. Severns Newton, Klingler, Marks. Second: Murrin, Elliott, fcoachl, Bennett, Freund, Barrett, Burke, , O0 FRESHMAN Bottom Row Sherman Townsley Folland K Miller Fiegen Shepherd Millikm Klein Bolan Wagner Nolan Loarie Husak Second Fourth Peponis Rhodes Harney Takegawra Herron Kenny Jannotta Bunge Murphy T Johnson Houghtlm Mr Barton Ccoachl Miller Lancaster Third Mr Mattucci fcoachl Top left: Mike Black tracks through the field as he closes in to snare the fly. Above: Even out in left field, Geoff Price maintains his down-to-earth style. IMcCook, Campbell, McCookj r.q,-- S-5 of an ws. ' 1' 'T' 'T asm 4 8 Q0 allllllll ll 1 ff '. , ,010 U iii X-"0HR,f, wwf' 1,144 " 156fCOMMUNICATIONS 'Y If a tree falls in a forest and no one hears it, does it make a sound? Every day, every Week, and every year, New Trier students made themselves heard. Whether broad- casting from the top of the school or Writing under the plumbing' in the basement, students found a Way to reach their audience. Confident of their reception, the communicators were not afraid to make waves. COMMUNICATIONS! 157 j as The good book 2 ,Lf Qld' n the beginning there was chaos and void and from this abyss came ECHOES '8O. Cover ideas were pon- dered and layouts were drawn. The senior staff proclaimed demanding deadlines, and they were met. And Editor-in-chief Eric Laurence saw that it was good. The senior editors said, "Let there be stories to instill memories of New Trier in the hearts of the students." So, pencils scrib- bled rough drafts and typewriters rattled out final 158fECHOES copies. The photographers entered their darkroom to transform spectacles into everlasting pictures. Junior assistants captioned the pictures and indexed the masses. As events took place at New Trier, they were inscribed for eternity. And ECHOES sponsor Jeanne Kelly saw that it was good. Thus, ECHOES '80 was completed by all its mighty throng. As ECHOES day ended, the staff members rested and observed their creation. They had created the yearbook in their own image. And it was good. .NX r 2 5 5 "W ,ak--can .4ai" Below: While junior assistant Anne Terman editorializes, senior editor Carla Bosco assists. Below right: Tyler Lindblad examines the proofs before choosing the evidence to illustrate his story. Bottom: General managing editor Susie Frey and sponsor Jeanne Kelly put, their fingers on the problem as they discuss the issue at hand. Bottom left: Through rain or sleet or dark of night, Editor-in-chief Eric Laurence delivers picture- perfect leadership. Left: Room ID abounds with creativity as the ECHOES staff binds together the year's book. fKylc, McCook, McCook, Low, K ylej ' 2 4 X asgs rbi its wa, M, ,f 71 ' f ,7 7' "W f 'Zia 'fb-4 ,. W4 3 'WZ i J 45 .251 if 6' la w 5 . K .iii - I ...s MA I .E , "i. l o 'i i , ' 4 2 "i,-' t:.Qs,.1, ,f,, , :N ECHOESX 159 ECHOES ERIC LAURENCE TAMMY KAPLAN Editor-in-chief General managing editor-story al CARLA BOSCO SUSIE FREY BRUCE GUTHRIE Storyfstudent General managing Layout editor life editor editor-directory F245 ,f ' -'.-EW' Mvlgvy -lx? f'7 4,,1.' 59' '7':5L",afG-'f ,v1..,9 '..1 1 h , ,"- f W'Z?777'j7'77,-ff f7 ffZ?Z" , 1 ' A a J ir o R 1 K fi 'Hr'- I . ' llffyfilifim i!.i4!5:ilIffH'Q, 5 Y MATT JOHN DAVID JULIE DAVID JEANNE JENNIFER BRUCE HINES WENGLER MURRAY STINNEFORD SHAUGHNESSY MAINE WOODRUFF JACKSON Storyfstudent Storyfstudent Sports editor Sports editor Sports editor! Directory editor Special pictures Photography life editor life editor business manager editor editor JUNIOR ASSISTANTS - Bot- tom Row: Dauer, Hoagland Thomas, Verges, Lindblad, 'Ter- man. Second: Guthrie, Hinkamp Fine, Alger, Rosenberg, Kaefer, Sherman, Smith. Absent: Ernst. 160fECl-IOES NE WS JON BUNGE HEALY MCCREA Editor-in-chief Managing editor 2,3 49. 'J' .gf '11 Bgtgji- ,',V , LESLIE JOHN KATHY AMIE BEEMER RYAN DILLON THORNTON Copy editor Copy editor News editor Features editor BETH STEPHANIE TOM MALLOY CRANE MCHUGH Sports editor Advertising Head of manager photography REPORTERS - Bottom Row: Gibson, Crane, Smith, Monroe McCabe, Grunow, Shropshire Sebastian. Second: James Roessler, Offer, Langrnar, Hinds Hosbein, Miller, Mericle, Yowell Mathewson. Third: O'Malley Eliot, Love, Husak, Aschauer Goodie, Weaver, Lawton, Ger- aghty, Sullivan. Absent: Cun- ningham, Goldsmith, Roche. NEWS! 161 162fNEWS xercising freedom of the press, the New Trier News offered students informa- tive and entertaining read- ing. As a record of past activities and a means of announcing future events, the paper added a stimulat- ing touch to each Friday morning. From the first paper of Meet the press the year, the staff employed a new approach to covering the green and gray in black and white. Articles focused on local and national news in addition to school events. Reporters gained valuable experience in journalism by researching topics that ranged from class to pre- sidential elections. Editor- in-chief Jon Bunge's candid ' N . , Mcife actor sf f SS wG'kmgS S or yf G9 ...Oni I1 C e VV ,, , ,.V.V f.V .-f.i.V.,V- mf. L.. V.,..,,,,,,,.m 'WIA it ' "4 1 I-r il 4fn'i.llNx-V-Irv f . .V.1..i li ' " TF Yuri.- H' ' HV. h V l I h V I h v r 5 5 Pt I M I 1 Y or inn ri h ri mai Tn.-in-.l1.n,1 - , V V, nm- nm...-uf, ,amp-fn - ' V ,L p I N-f.-1i.V1s-, ' . 1 , ' ' nf. f v im- -kippf-.1 mm p.-mmf ' X 4 I I V 1---vVV JV- x -1 mmf :Wi -mm .sa , ' k ' ' VV V...i ,i v zsmwr x-V. 'nw 'K ' K Q w -.V V A .1IVn.uxum-V--ii -V . M Q, "-. ,MW A., l rv--i - nw may ' , V ., . 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H ...- Vi,... - .- vig. r I ,ig-gyg,,.p ,M ::'. 115'-sein .ififfai ,V l f :fe - .J-V .1 .-' ..'V:. e..-....- se, ..,.,,.. ,, . , , X ns- .Vs-.. wi ,, , " H 1 - 1- 'Af' fer- irq um. W. -fm- i - - ' ' -- - H . up H 1 . Vw - 4 --V,. , - ,V L ...QV ,V.V--is- ,V-as x ns. V,V.. . f.V,,- .- -i ,V,:,1.,-.-U..-Q-.Viral ff - V- - , ,... x .L-.., .1 . M. f- V.. .V-4..- . , , mv. -.M-.W A New ., -... WV. .VMV 1.-...a4.-. -....--.- - -f . .. -L-V-. . .,. ,.., v4K"""E' ' " if editorials received both credit and criticism as he concentrated on the beliefs and prejudices of our school. By printing letters to the editor, the News served as a public forum for student opinions on critical issues. Maintaining that "a picture is worth a thousand words," photographers and artists supplemented the articles -I ,.-4. with eye-catching pictures and illustrations. Reader interest in the paper rewarded the entire staff with a feeling of accomplish- ment. 7 4 1'-vs lb cial... dit gg.-,.......... if ""N X lx If -. 1: ff.. V . Wu. ,pr h X 5 1 ,..,.-u--u-- n.1.-.......,...,..- .,, . aaiv Left: The New Trier newsstand opens early to distribute papers hot off the presses. Bottom: Although Sunday is traditionally a day of rest, Jon Bunge and Kathy Dillon work overtime to meet a Tuesday deadline. Far left: Pinning down the latest scoops, the New Trier News tackles the task of organizing the next issue. Top left: Three news fans breeze through the morning paper. Top: Plotting the course of the week, managing editor Healy McCrea coordinates the functions of the paper. Above: Kathy Dillon chalks up another good story while erasing another weekly deadline. fWy1e, Wyle, Low, Paterkiewicz, Low, Lawj NEWS! 163 M , 1f.w ,,3gZ.i ., ,swf -V V W WMMJ , W I . ,,,,,,MW gallery f. ',"' I fy . - V -I 1 . A: .. H ,, MIKE LOW o,, , 4 4 Head of photography iv" fy? V1 V '."2:p2'?'zij 1 , Z .. ' L I If-I , , I ,. -' '- : - Campbell ff- DOUG CAMPBELL " Asst. head of swag, photography YS' 164fPHOTO GALLERY Low 'af ., ' ff 'tif af f"' 'W A 1 1 ,I ,. f ' .f Ju .svxzu Kyle Rabe Paterkiewicz ,-' W T if ww? Q' A A,f,, " W V h' ' , A I Q 1V,f,E,?f12fi'ff ' "' iv? 'Q 'M-if Hardy eep down in the inner recesses of the school is a small room from which emanates peculiar muffled sounds. Hidden inside, mixing strange chemicals in the dark are the ten photographers who brought life to the pages of this book. ln the Photo gallery the ECHOES photographers are given an opportunity to display creations indicative of their efforts and talents. Sewell Cohen l66!PHfJ'I'Of2Al,l,P1RY 4 W., Barre iw McCook Being on the ECHOES photo staff is very meaningfulg we aspects of the student's life as well as the teachers' involvement are all a team, working together to capture not just outward with us. appearances, but the inner feelings of each individual involved with New Trier. Through our photography we try to include all . ,cw r' ' n- Y p lgflfi, , Q I J, Lg? juan ' ja W,,,,. 4 PHOTOGRAPHERS-Bottom Row: Kyle, McCook, Borre, Cohen, Hardy, Low. Second: Rabe, Campbell, Paterkiewicz. Absent: Peponis, Sewell. Mike Low Head photographer PHOTO GALLERYXIG7 ' -- fi - ffl' Q . 3 2 ' ,-5? L ,,,,Nce IGSXWNTH D Above: With the audience at his fingertips, Mike O'Mal1ey switches from weekday student to weekend celebrity. Top: Students,,never fail to select a grade A station, WNTH 88.1 FM. Top right: Station operator Alan Rottman receives a live wire tip on a hit line request. 1Hardy, Weng- Iowen, Lowj olling out of bed at the crack of dawn and staying up into the dead of night are both part of the rigorous but rewarding life of a WNTH staff member. WNTH, New Trieris student run radio station, kept the community up-to-date on current events and music releases. From the Pope's historic visit, to rock and roll, WNTH offered a wide range of programs to an audience of diverse taste. Participa- tion by over one hundred and forty students demon- I BILL Operations strated student interest in the station. Working industriously on the tenth annual citrus sale, the station netted a profit of ten thousand dollars, over two and a half times their yearly average. The staff planned to use this money to buy badly needed components that would increase WNTH's classifica- tion from a 10 to 100 watt station. Individual dedica- tion made WNTH success- ful in transmitting quality radio programs to the North shore. Amateur circuit lthough a lack of funds recently clipped its broad- casting wings, ITV, New Trier's television station, increased its closed circuit. intraschool programming. Under the leadership of station manager Seth Wol- pert, the staff devoted most of its eighteen hour broad- casting week to producing educational programs for various courses in the school. Stepping out of the studio and onto the court, ITV offered rebroadcasts of New Trier's weekend bas- ketball games. New addi- tions to ITV's library in- cluded copies of network television films The Ascent of Man and Missles of October. ITV members learned valuable commun- ication skills by exchanging their viewing seats for work behind the scenes. SETH WOLPERT Station manager 'nd' JWER Ano ILLUM ERTICAL ESPONSC mr 5 S it S r ITV! 169 fi v l1 l V ai... f, ,mn www 2 -. Mi rn, 7f .e,x'5,1 Nelson, Pisano, Morris, Heise, Nystrom, D. Rosenbaum, Jewell, Cosnow, WNTH STAFF - Bottom Row: Fine, Rutkowski, Mansfield, Wolf, Mizener, O'Kieffe, J. Wright, Carrane, Ipavic. Second: Rahe, Hartel, Ries, Stern, Brick, Baldovin, Connors, Seymour, Baron. Third: Gould, Shapiro, Crowder, S. Rosenbaum, Rossow, Blanco-Gonzale, Allen, Bailey, L. Wright, Roche. Fourth: 3 S? .lf ja .ia l ' s fo ef JACK STEVE CAMPBELL KOCOUR Chief Technical engineer director F55 'K ff . . 5 'K ' if N BOB KEVIN CAMPBELL SULLIVAN Student Officefpublic production relations co-ordinator director ITV STAFF - Bottom Row Munson, unknown, Soloman MacDonald, Phair, Lefley, Sievers. Second: Schramm, Burghard Nystrom, Morris, Glick, Alenson Lord, Cook. Third: Ray, Trenholm Huguelet, J. Davis, Schelhas. E Davis. ITOXWNTH-ITV I TV! WN TH Kaltenekker, Ferdinand, Hirschtritt. Fifth: J. Davis, Coladarci, Love, Kocour, Miller, McCormick, Jordan, Gibbs, Trenholm, Rottman, T. Davis. Absent: Dauer. mfr: f W' ff. W 2-, ,"11 -14 ANDY JOHN DINA TIM JIM BARON DAVIS IPAVIC NELSON SHAPIRO Information Musicftapes News Sports Continuity director director director director director 1 .12 1 . Ng, 'F' hough often hid- den from students and faculty, crea- tive talents flourished at New Trier. Throughout the year the products of these skills were accumulated and published in lnklings, New Trier's literary magazine. Spring distribution of In- klings signaled the close of a year filled with imaginative insights. After the students sub- mitted their. works, the lnklings staff selected a variety of written pieces, photographs, and drawings. Under the guidance of Editor - in - chief Mike Harnmerman, they arranged the various pieces, develop- ing logical and attractive relationships between them. lnklings discovered the daily notebook doodles and the polished pieces of art that might have remained in art rooms, teachers' files, or bedroom closets. Wfzrzzzmizzwzzzwmf: ff' The cauplet runneth over MIKE HAMMERMAN Editor - in - chief 2 3 ll gs., ,,f'Q53W' ,214 Left: lnklings cabinet members Jeff Berger and Mike Hamrnerman file each creative work into its own niche. Above: In the eyes of the lnklings board, creativity is the main issue. IPhotos by Sewellj INKLINGS BOARD - Bottom Row: McCarter, Tourville, Dove. Second: Ms. Johnson, Paul, Ham- merman, Haser. Absent: Adelstein, Allen, Berger, Galbraith. INKLINGS! 171 9-f."f G ' kn- iv ". r 9 Y, vi'-52 t , ,, 1.1 f M, 41 If dy iff? , I ,Fav 4, f!m 'LUV' .:.f-4- f if f f-4 , ff " -if :',2v A f'-W A , QT , an lfwatw, ,I f , ,,., F f f 'Wi V ,4 il M: 14" Q ' f '7"' rK ' ' V K Y kk I M I , ff ' 1 ' f , ,, ,f V- N 4, , 1 Q 9 up ,V I ,Fa 'ffm ', ,QQ4 My "Q I -.v 4 ,f It ' UMM " , H 9 fa,.ff:,J' I fp' ff W ,, I, M" QA V 2. 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WELLINGTON WEINGARTNER OLANDER BAUMANN Dean of students Director, Student services Director, Instructional Director, Operating services services BOARD OF EDUCATION - Bottom Row: Mr. Bradley Glass, Mr. Richard H. Rosenberg, Mr. Arthur M. Wright. Second: Mrs. Frank M. Shurman, Mrs. Arnold H. Levy. Absent: Mr. John C. Colman, Mr. David O. Crowe. ADMINISTRATION! 175 Administrative staff MRS. MARY L. GLEASON Bookstore supervisor MR. ROBERT T. GOBER Attendance officer MISS LOUISE HOLZINGER Registrar MR. JACK B. SPATAFORA Director, ITVfInformation services MRS. SUE J. LENARD Senior girls' adviser chairman MR. HAROLD R. SEVERNS Senior boys' adviser chairman - MRS. CAREY MESTJIAN Junior girls' adviser chairman MR. TERENCE J. BARTON Junior boys' adviser chairman MISS JEAN P. KIXMILLER Sophomore girls' adviser chairman MR. JON C. WHITE Sophomore boys' adviser chairman MRS. VIRGINIA E. JOBST Freshman girls' adviser chairman MR. GENE R. HELFRICH Freshman boys' adviser chairman New Trier Central MISS SUSAN COHEN Special Education MR. ERNEST F. GIARELLI Dir. Facility services MRS. JUDY KNOX Special Education MRS. MARY KRANTZ MR. GEORGE R. BABIGIAN Dir. Administrative services MR. WILLIAM J. BOYD Dir. Evening school MR. ROBERT CHANTRY Dir. Computer services Office staff MR. ROBERT LARSEN Procurement, Transportation services 176!ADMINISTRATIVE STAFFINEW TRIER CENTRAL MR. THOMAS W. TIMMIS Dir. Personnel services MR. JAMES WOLTER Dir. Special Education .fm F li 1' V-L: Q' ' g i I' ij 42511115 'ans .5 ,iz-:srl i2E1'ff".' Q. iliiliifi. 1'f'f?' Zff52E1E11E1E1E1: ' ' .ax l'.Z:fj1j:1':f:f'1'f MR. ROBERT S. APPLEBAUM Science MRS. JEANNE W. ARNOFF Social Studies MR. DAVID A. BACHMANN Music MRS. BEVERLY G. BAKER English MR. MICHAEL A. BAKER Business education MR. RICHARD J. BALDRINI Chairman, Boys' physical education MR. MORRIS BAREFIELD Mathematics MR. FREDERICK A. BARNEY Boys' physical education MISS BONNIE L. BEACH Girls' physical education MRS. ROSEMARY T. BEIL Modern languages MR. ROBERT B. BELL Science MS. SHARON M. BELL Business education MRS. FRANCES M. BENSON Business education MR. JOHN J. BENSON Mathematics MR. SYLVESTER A. BERGAU Boy's physical education staff MRS. FERN S. BERGER Office staff MS. MARY ANN BERGERSON Reading MR. RALPH M. BERKEMEIR Facility services MRS. LILLIAN BOGSTRAND Paraprofessional MS. PATRICIA A. BOUGHNER Home economics MRS. REBECCA L. BOYLAN English DR. ROBERT R. BOYLE EnglishfSpeech, Drama MRS. JUDITH G. BRINTON English MR. ALAN A. BRIX Science MRS. CARYL S. BRIX Science X X .x lx. ,wx X' MRS. SUZANNE B. ADAMS Speech, Drama MISS LINDA A. AMBROZIK English MS. FRANCES ANDERSON Special education staff MS. CAROL ANDREWS Special education MRS. RITA D. ANSON Music 43" f -. If -J f"8' N E .... A 4' . K i ,rg ,xg 4,5 ., .. Q, P , .. - I : XAM ' f -X . 2: Q- . 1 E :X . . . .. - lxswt. - 2-ww i tray... , 1- is swf, 1 , -if A . Ar : X -' 3-Liga. aaa . ...5g:gs. . .ISYS 4. . " J3k'1fi1f3fgTi5'Qf?f , X . t Xa EEE i 3 X X as V Q. so 'msg-Q "'s"wq el ox MRS. BETTY A. BROCKELMAN W English 4 MR. CARLTON F. BUERGER English MS. RUTH M. BULLOCK Library!Media center MR PETERW BURNSIDE I A' A ' Boys' physical education 1 MR. JOHN H. CADWELL JR. 1, -. l . I 't . I Ap English Q FACULTY! 177 MR. ARNOLD N. CAJET Driver education MRS. SILVIA D. CALESINI Modern languages MRS. BEVERLY CARLSTROM Office staff MR. CLINTON E. CARLSTROM Chairman, Technical arts MR. ALBERT S. CARPENTER Special education MR. HENRY E. CHARLES Classics MS. LOIS F. CHRISTIAN Library!Media center MR. WALTER J. CHRUSCINSKI Chairman, Art MR. EUGENE W. CICHOWSKI Boys' physical education MR. GARY E. CLARK Boys' physical education MS. MARILYN J. DOMEK Modern languages MS. M. EVELYN DONNELL Mathematics MRS. VIVIAN DOUGHERTY Modern languages MISS MARTHA L. DRAKE Girls' physical education MRS. LORRAINE M. DULIN Modern languages MS. LUCIA DUNN Library!Media center MRS. LOIS DURKIN Office staff MR. DAVIS A. DUTCH Business Education MR. ELTON EISELE W Paraprofessional MR. EDWARD P. ELLIOTT Social studies 178fFACULTY MRS. BOBBIE H. CLEGG Girls' physical education MISS PHYLLIS CLENDENING Music MS. CHRISTINE COHEN English MS. LUDMILLA COVEN Special education MR. RICHARD P. COXON Technical arts . MRS. BARBARA A. CROISANT CareerfCollege counseling MRS. MARGARET J. CRUMP Special education MISS LAURA M. DANIELS Science MR. W. HUGHES DAVIS Social studies MISS MARY T. DEIGNAN Special education MS. KATHLEEN M. DEMPSEY Modern languages MR. GERALD M. DENK Boys' physical education MR. SCOTT S. DERRICK English MR. DAVID A. DICKMAN Chairman, Social studies MRS. MARY LOU DICLEMENTI Office Staff MR. ROBERT A. ENKEY ' Art MR. MELVIN E. EVERLY Chairman, Science MR. JAMES A. FARRELL English MRS. CHRISTINE S. FASSNACHT Girls' physical education MR. CLARENCE H. FELDBUSCH Supervisor, Faculity services MR. WILLIAM N. FELT Art MRS. JEANNE M. FERGUSON Office staff MRS. DARLENE E. FISHER MR. NORMAN L. FREY Chairman, English MRS. HELENE R. FRIEDMAN Modern languages MS. PAMELA V. FRIEDMANN English MISS MARY JO GAFFNEY LibraryfMedia center MR. JOHN W. GAHALA Modern languages MR. PETER A. GALEA Science MR. THOMAS J. GARDEN Special education MRS. SUZANNE S. GERSON LibraryfMedia center staff MRS. CAROL B. GILL Theater production MR. FRANKLIN I. GILL Theater production MRS. SHIRLEY GOLDSMITH Speech therapy MR. LEWIS D. GOLDSTEIN Special education . , xc 4'9- :g.1E,:j7 ' ff ,y , , . 4 Social studies MR. WILLIAM R. FLY Driver education MRS. HEDY FRANZ Caferteria bookkeeper I If fagzzoy Y 42 -f 'Y' ?' :'C?5'f' F J, " . ff-13 51457 MRS. NAOMI GORSHOW V English MRS. ALICE L. GREEN English MR. WILLIAM P. GREGORY Center 3 Ns 'U A, ' 33x f 9 , .f 4 3? s ay 1 1 f V 5? '51 IEW if O I ff " filwww' ' vfa- ' f ,wa . ' f M12 4 Y -EA.. ff 1 5 J I "' W5 f 5' " f fpfmfg M Q fi 7 Y K? CZ I .W 72 W W ffl f f aff 43 1 'T 'l?17'fEf - ' 'af?f4' 'ifflw ' T 1' ' " f. f'?,'f f -ff ' "7 A ff ., Pc" 1 dgayi , H ., Y I 9 I ' 54,-yay . V. ,f 5 'g N, V -Z f yu .4971 ff? V2.2 'dfivctzf 1 5 Ms. MARY ANN GRIFFIN K f j!""'Q Mathematics MR. GARY L. GROH ,f Technical arts MR. DEAN D. HALL Social studies MR. STEPHEN C. HAM Classics MR. RICHARD F. HANGREN Chairman, School social work he ,Q MR. JAMES HAUSFELD ITV MRS. MARY JO HERZOG Girls' physical education MR. FLOYD B. HILLMAN Career!College counseling MR. STEPHEN A. HILSABECK Social studies MRS. ALISON HILSABECK Office staff FACULTY! 179 MR. CARL F. HIRSCH Mathematics MRS. NANCY K. HOLLINS Special education MS. JEAN L. HOSTETLER Mathematics MR. JOSEPH C. HUERTER Boys' physical education MRS. CHARLOTTE HUGGINS English MRS. CLAIRE L. HUGHSON Mathematics MR. JAMES C. HUTTEN Science MR. JOHN A. JACOBSEN Technical arts MRS. LILLY P. JACOBSEN Office staff MR. GORDON W. JENSEN Chairman, Modern languages MRS. BARBARA B. JOHNSON Office staff MS. JULIE W. JOHNSON English MR. VERNOY A. JOHNSON Center MRS. ELIZABETH JOHNSTON Library!Media center staff MISS LEOLA J. KENNICKE Chairman, Girls' physical education MR. JOHN N. KING Business education MRS. ROBERTA R. KLAMM Mathematics MR. RONALD T. KLEIN Boys' physical education MRS. WENDY K. KLEIN Social studies ,Z ISOXFACULTY MR. MITCHELL- C. JONES Social studies MR. BERNARD JOSEFSBERG English MRSHBARBARA KELLY Social studies MRS. HELEN L. KELLY Modern languages staff MRS. JEANNE H. KELLY English MR. ROBERT F. KLOCKER Special education MRS. LUCY KLOCKSIN Special education MISS DARLENE A. KLUKA Girls' physical education MRS. CHERYL J. KNEUBUHLER Mathematics MR. RICHARD J. KOERNER ' Modern languages MISS MARY L. LAUERMAN Modern languages MR. ZACHARY D. LAZAR Science MR. ROBERT C. LEAHY Mathematics MR. RAYMOND J. LEDINSKY Modern languages MRS. BARBARA A. LEECH English MR. EUGENE A. KROSCHEL MRS. ELAINE LICATA Special education MR. AUSTIN F. LINDLEY Mathematics MS. ELIZABETH E. LOVELL English MS. NANCY MACOMBER Music staff MS. CATHERINE J . MARINE LibraryfMedia center MR. JOSEPH W. MCCLOSKEY English MR. PHILIP J. MCCREA Science MR. JAMES C. MCFADZEAN Boys' physical education MRS. MARY MCFADZEAN Office staff MRS. JUDITH O. MCFARLIN Special education M School social work MR. JAMES R. KRUEMPELSTAEDTER Driver education MR. ROBERT E. KUENNEN Art MR. JAMES H. LABADIE Modern languages MRS. JANETTE Y. LACHNER Chairman, Health services MRS BARBARA LEIDEN School social work MR RODNEY J LEVERENTZ Chairman Mathematics MR. PAUL LESKIEWICZ Paraprofessional - MRS. THORA J. LEVY Chairman, Special education MR. REXFORD G. LEWIS Business education MRS. BLOSSOM A. MARMEL Social studies MR. FRANK A. MATTUCCI Social studies MRS. BETSY MATZ Library!Media center staff MR. ERIC K. MATZ Science MR. THOMAS B. MCCLAIN Chairman, Speech, Drama MR. H. EARLE METZGER English MRS. HELEN MEYERS Office staff MR. GEORGE A. MILAUSKAS Mathematics MRS. JUDITH R. MILLENSON School social work MR. LLOYD O. MILLER English FACULTYM81 I. , . 1, f G. 1' . MS. IRENE C. NIEBAUER Art MS. JUDITH S. NORDBLOM Social studies MISS MINDY A. NUSINOW Home economics MRS. LOUISE C. O'CONNELL Office staff MR. MICHAEL J. O,HARE Science MR. RICHARD J. OLDERMAN Art MRS. PATRICIA O'NEIL Health services staff MR. LYNN R. OSBORN Technical arts MRS. JANE S. PARTRIDGE English MRS. ARLINE R. PAUL Center MS. JOY A. REIS Social studies MR. RICHARD A. RHOAD Mathematics MS. KATHLEEN A. RINEHART Social studies MRS. MARY B. RODEN English MRS. PATRICIA W. ROSS Mathematics 182fFACULTY MR. CHARLES W. MITCHELL Mathematics MRS. LOUISE P. MORE Special education MRS. ROSE K. MOREAU English MISS HELEN N. MORROW Social studies MS. JANE E. MUELLER English MR. RICHARD K. MURPHY Mathematics MRS. CATHERINE E. NARO English MRS. SALLY B. NEARY Office staff MR. LEO H. NEUMAN Chairman, Driver education MR. EDWARD W. NICHOLSON Speech, Drama MRS. DOROTHY L. PAULICK Mathematics MRS. JUNE PENNER School social work MR. KENNETH PERREAULT Technical arts MISS DONNA L. PETERSON Modern languages MRS. SUE A. PETERSON Office staff MRS. KATHY PINGEL-POWELL Speech, Drama MRS. PAULA J. POYSER Home economics MR. CHARLES E. PROVOW Science MR. JOHN H. RAY Mathematics MR. NORMAN C. REIDEL . Chairman, CareerfCollege counseling -P ,ff K if Nice " l X' '--fs' EN. , . "Ll, - ' 'Nlffl "3 A Qin -:t'ff'kg." f ' . - -w XX -' Q V -it-ji: v W3 . I - I y MRS. ERMA SMITH Office staff MS. NANCY L. SMITH Home economics MR. ROBERT K. STEVENS Music MR. WILLIAM P. STEWART Social studies MS. DIANE L. ST OEWER English MR. JOEL B. STREIGHTIFF Chairman, Music MR. RICK L. SUSSEN English MR. THOMAS E. SWARSEN Science MS. CAROLYN J. SWEERS Social studies MRS. PATRICIA SWEET Office staff l ,qw . DR. ROLAND V. RUDE Science MISS GERALDINE A. RYBERG Assistant director, Athletics MRS. HELEN W. RYON Girls' physical education MS. JANIS SAMMONS Reading MR. EARL D. SCHABEL Boys' physical education MRS. BETTY SCHILLEREFF Chairman, Home economics MR. HERMAN J. SCHILLEREFF Director, Athletics MR. JOHN A. SCHNEITER Driver education MRS. DONNA SCHRAMM Office staff MRS. ROSE SCHWAB Office staff MRS. RUTH T. SCOBIE Business education MS. CINDEE R. SCOTT English MS. VICKI SEGLIN Special education MRS. JOANNE H. SI-IEPARD Paraprofessional MS. ANN L. SLAVICK Art f 'fr' 's.."'. x I I, . x sy , fMcCookJ FACULTY! 183 .ISL I .-- xv' 'xr . 'Q- STUDENT CABINET-Bottom Row: Gregg, Buzard, Mr. Wein- gartner, Bergman. Second: Fine, Box, Pierpont, Laurence, Olsen. Third: Regan, Wilcox, Lederer, Wolpert, Ryan. Absent: Alonzi, Bunge, Hammerman, Kerr, Loftus, Monroe, O'Reilly, Powell, Welch. l I x 4 MRS. KATHERINE JJWALSH English MR. LUCIUS E. WARD Operating services MR. ROBERT R. G. WARD Mathematics MR. LAWRENCE T. WARE Art MISS BRENDA R. WAYNE Business educaton MR. RONALD R. WEDEKIND Mathematics MRS. LOUISE WEISS Business education DR. ROBERT M. WHIPPLE Mathematics MRS. SANDRA E. WHIPPLE Mathematics MR. M. WAYNE WIEMER Driver education MRS. HELENE W. WIGGINS Office staff MS. KATHARINE WINTON Office staff MR. JAMES J. WOLF School social work MR. WILLIAM R. WOLFF Boys' physical education MR. J. CLARK WORKMAN Technical arts f ' Aviv Q ,-X IV Q .126 K ,fy MRS. GILLIAN H. THOMSEN Science MR. JOHN R. THOMSON Chairman, Classics MRS. JUNE TODD English MRS. VIVIAN E. TURCOT Special education MRS. ALICE B. TURNER Office staff A MR. RONALD A. TYNER Science MRS. LOUISE O. UNDERWOOD English MRS. DOROTHY VOLL Office staff DR. JAMES R. WAGNER Science C MRS. BARBARA T. WALDSCHMIDT Reading QW 2' I e f , 2 V ff f ' 7 - ,. i ,prrirgfzsfi . ' "'IE5:vlIJ' f f3:V:w..'25: - . 1' ' fi25Z5TQ3:g5..35 I . l , , ,I . .I affirm-'tzz 6552 7" QQWVQ' f W',2f1i'f fzffzzf ' A ?fZ?'2Z,f , A ,, , vgygfit Maintenance DAY SHIFT - Bottom Row Ackermann, Cole, Smith, Hollo- way, Hoss. Second: Gambino, San- sone, Thomas, E. Laude, W. Laude. Third: Acello, Beck, Franchi, Miller, Lipscomb, Carr. Absent: Askin, Black, Birkemeier, Borden, C, Feldbusch, W. Feldbusch, Hoffman, Loyal, Mclntash. NIGHT SHIFT - Bottom Row: Borden, Nardmorino, Upgard Perkey, Hoss. Second: J. Tosi, Di Tosi, DiPietro, Laude, Shaffer Third: Thalman, Bartoli, Ambrogi Logli, Cantagallo. Absent: Jones Lipscomb, Zauner. my iz, Qi ,'i",f,w2f4::f , 1 '1?6:'.!'iv1f 092:35 - 'pe ' -4 - 4 fm, . W:-TVQW Q. f W . V' Q- S 'A 'Z FJ EE Fl P4 JI f .54 E 188fCl-ENTER The Center he Center is a place where one- hundred foot ba- nana splits are created, classroom instruction is given on a Wendella boat ride, and history is studied by attending court sessions. With an absence of grades and the freedom to struc- ture his own education, the Center student assumes the responsibility for learning. Alternative methods of study offer many benefits: the Center student who teaches English to foreign students not only gains valuable teaching exper- ience, but also develops a Wider perspective of another language and the English language itself. The Center offers unlimited opportuni- ties bound only by the student's imagination. ff- 9 J Zigi,"-,,,,, ' ,ff x I , I fi 5 ' . iv ' ,.,, i ii? ' ' 44 2. Ai! . ,. J U f,,,,gi'1 W. f r 4 ' r vw, any 1.1, ,qv ,G J, . 57,71 ' ff' ndffwld .,-, K .W . W' 24, " Y g QMAQA mkpfm wuwieffff' igglgfldfg ' nf f mrsawfm C10 ffl 5?Li 1 !"' ul Qrjfiyl ' If, fi 'Y 1-31 R ,,:w' ,- 1'lVu4Q ' ' ,HATE 4, 7 , L4 I 1 I ., -, rf- , 1 U1 Below: Well satisfied with the Center's offerings, Julie Alexander has her cake and eats it, too. Below left: Discussing a capital issue, this special interest group speeds up the proceedings with a consensus. Top left: Gathering a variety of raw materials, Jana Gerrard fabricates an original product. Left: Mrs. Schramm centers her attention on putting matters into rank and file. Above: The Center's hand-crafted atmosphere ensures each student a custom-made education. fLoW, Low, Paterkiewicz, Low, Lowj CENTER! 189 MR. JOHNSON - Bottom Row: Boruchek, Cardinal, Dougherty Britt, Mella. Second: Lockwood Bowers, Yunker, Levitt. Third Belka, Hurn, Johnson, Anderson Jonscher. Absent: Crow, Harvey Klise, Noyes, Wasner. MRS. KIRK - Bottom Row: Masloski, Vosseller. Second Lewis, Spellman, Pagano, Nebel Donahue, Mrs. Schramm, Brick Absent: Mrs. Kirk. 190fCENTER MR. GREGORY - Bottom Row: Alexander. Second: Sherman, Reid, Mr. Gregory, Shine, Steven- son. Third: Horton, Johnson, Sershon, Jewett, Saballus, Sten- berg. Absent: Chwatal, Harford, Hauptle, Lane, Lewis, Rude. MRS. PAUL - Bottom Row Mrs. Paul. Second: Gerrard Hinds. Third: Brown, Fitz-Hugh Lathrop, Lutz. Fourth: Adams Wallace, Detmer, Schramm. fLOWy CENTER! 191 Freshmen etting out on a long climb, the freshman finds himself on a stepping stone to his future. The explorer may see the ensuing ascent as an appeal- ing encounter or an endless struggle. For the early part of the year, the latter may be the predominant view. Lit- tle by little, with help from more experienced peers, he achieves the surelifooted- ness needed to regain his balance and move ahead. The ominous cliffs may still pose a problem, but with new confidence the frosh finds the trail leveling off, revealing a full range of opportunities ahead. 192fFRESHMEN TIM MONROE President PETER HUSAK Vice - president gh'-..,,, 1 it Q is if S gt .5 LQ?- .gl E 5 ' MRS. ARNOFF - Bottom Row: 'jd Marquardt, Gotsis, Morgan, EM ! Boysen, Lantz, Brattleaf. Second: ' Merkel, Lee, Clarke, Pechtl, Sigel, Farrell, Mrs. Arnoff. Third: A K . .W ix 5 McCormick, Janoski, Bolan, Gould, Buchmann, Harvey, Borre. Fourth: Roach, Schmidt, Cawley Horky, McCabe, Holland, Sullivan Absent: Beardsley, Zummer. Eg. ' .wa ' Q- .5 ,, ,,..., i 1 ,Fifi . 'kk. 2-ri, ' 'FL i Ms -Wm V an 1 Left: Will Bunge presents signed, sealed, and delivered evidence that he did not give study hall the slip. Below left: Although homework overshadows the weekend, this freshman realizes that every cloud has a silver lining. fC'ampbeII, Cohenj MRS. ANSON - Bottom Row: D. Miller, Haberman, Vitikainen, Sekiguchi, Kielson, Koppel, Bern- stein, Lieberman. Second: Can- afax, Sanchez, Simpson, Klebba, S. Miller, Lissner, Mrs. Anson, Third: Head, Hollenberg, Alvarez, Wein- stein, Niedermaier, Fujii, Jaeck, Alenson. Fourth. Jansen, Segal, Goldberg, Dysart, E. Miller Radnor, Russell, Brandwein. FRESHMENH93 1 MR. BENSON - Bottom Row: Thornton, Thomas, Dalkin, Lip- sich, Heroux, Mayer, Borsotti, Miller. Second: Andrew, Roberson, Hayes, Blackwell, Hornstein, Hansen, Kelly. Third: Licata, Betty, Oberlin, Bradley, Rosenb- loom, Kyle, Armstrong, Mr. Ben- son. Fourth: O'Connor, Schmidt, Monroe, Ries, Parrish, Aronson, Simonds. Absent: Rielly, Watson. MR. BARNEY - Bottom Row: Platt, Firestone, Sohn, Ludwig, Bolan, Seabright, Schwartz. Second: Barber, Zion, Pankovich, Adelstein, Cook, Levins, McDon- ald. Third: Allsteadt, Bailey, Brennan, Buchon, Pigott, Mizener, Shepard, Mr. Barney. Fourth: Korwin, Hammond, St. Clair, Shelton, Abbey, Huck, Kerwin. Absent: Wagener. MRS. BRINTON - Bottom Row: Tucker, Crown, DiClementi, Fleming, Meyers, Sugarman, Va- selopulos, Bass, Davis. Second: Jacobs, Tatooles, Dell, Wunder, Harkness, Holmes, Hossack, Roberts. Third: Phelan, Fusco, Foran, Neary, Hartigan, Peck, Hartman, Mrs. Brinton. Fourth: Abrams, Chapin, Park, Goodman, Hennessy, Wegner, Curtiss, Van de Graaf. Absent: Maurer. 19-UFRESHMEN MRS. BOYLAN - Bottom Row: Siegal, Wolf, Brumitt, Constan Respess, James, Henderson Second: Ciric, Clark, Zimmer- mann, Lyons, Dauer, Frechette Bleser. Third: McColl, Suerth Hegarty, Faust, K. Bryant, Was- song, Collias, Mrs. Boylan. Fourth Beck, Waterman, Bergman, Spin- ner, Taylor, Meier, Clavin. Absent Boyd, B. Bryant. 2 1 1 MRS. CRUMP - Bottom Row: Burke, Khodadad, Hostert, Saxton, Kontrick, O'Connell, Strahorn. Second: Stern, Velde, Watson, Dickson, Ninkovich, Kipley, An- derson, Mrs. Crump. Third: Jones, Patterson, Grannan, McGarry, Deason, Broderick, Schaefer. Fourth: Muller, Ganz, Cragg, Cardwell, Whittemore, Devers, Kitzrow, Blodgett. i l ni? MRS. CALESINI - Bottom Row: Saltherlie, M. Mack, Rubin, Powell, N. Mack, Trieschmann, Kiem. Second: Anderson, Healey, Kerr, Dold, Borelli, Zibble, Moyer, Mrs. Calesini. Third: Ellis, Miller, Hirschtritt, Ferdinand, Blum, McCrea, Freeman. Fourth: Kres- ton, Lifvendahl, Balsley, Wegner, Keay, Dowen, McShane. 3 . .Ez Y MR. FARRELL - Bottom Row: Van Cleave, Klanderman, Horsch, 0'Neil, Kliegerman, Jentel, Par- sons. Second: B. Cook, S. Cook, McCutchen, Proffit, Wirpel, Ni- cholls, Mr. Farrell. Third: Jordan, Marran, Francis, Gerlits, Hennes- sey, Carlson, Davis. Fourth: Williams, Hasse, Townsley, Des Rosiers, Wright, Comeau. Absent: Miller, Tilley. MS. DONNELL - Bottom Row: Gunc, Kovitz, Andrews, Gran- ath, Fowkes, Ohuchi, Weber, Nicolazzo. Second: David, Lam- bert, Shelly, Hoffman, Vandeveld, Hunt, Ms. Donnell. Third: New- man, Newton, Evert, Beebe, Reid, Crawford, Cartwright. Fourth: Fox, Corns, Haolhorst, Thompson, Weinberg, Rolston, Hoit, Zimmer- man. Absent: Golub. ,gnulawg FRESHMENX 195 til, P MR. KLEIN - Bottom Row: Smith, Orwig, Hoagland, Burns O'Bryan, Ward, Hanigan. Sec- ond: Paden, Johnson, Dublin Marsh, Flaherty, Gescheidle Folland, Jump. Third: Applegate Thomas, Herron, Eguiguren Quinn, Allen, Eckert, Mr. Klein Fourth: Peponis, Campbell, Segal Williams, Stern, Sullivan, Gantz DiClementi. 196fFRESHMEN 7 1 MR. GROH - Bottom Row: Tareo, Haffey, Lefley, Grene, Dangerfield, Kelley. Second: Holleran, LaCroix, Copp, Seymour, Brennan, Griffiths, Mr. Groh. Third: Sloan, Peeples, Conte, Burghard, Dufer, Pateras. Fourth: Smith, Karaganis, Hendrick, Murphy, Cullen, Sutherland, Tetzlaff. Absent: Ellis, Parent, Scheyer, Theobald. MR. JACOBSON - Bottom Row: Dietrich, Lederer, Blom- maert, Lindberg, Rossow. Sec- ond: Prince, Rosenman, Ehlers, Klein, Witt, Eberhardt, Mr. Jacob- son. Third: Lamotte, Smith, Rogers, Loarie, Malloy, Richter, Walsh. Fourth: Brett, Huguelet, Miller, Kutschke, Kenny, Slonicki, Pelton. Absent: Devlin, Milliken, Pyott, Shanahan, Shinker, Wilson. MRS. KIRK - Bottom Row: Below, Behr, Mitchell, Porter, Hartmann, Lin, Sullivan. Second: Howard, Abe, Won, Solomon, Perry, Brooks, Mrs. Kirk. Third: Ellis, Russell, Gardiner, Potter, Lindsey, Foy, Calhoun. Fourth: Neuman, Humphrey, Lezama, Norris, Jackson, Thompson, Mur- ray. Absent: Greene, Stone. MR. LEDINSKY - Bottom Row: Lane, Solvang, Barger, Nordman, Kepler, Kaplan. Second: Boyle, Loundy, Ingersoll, Baur, Wolf, Grand, Wood. Third: Onley, Bennett, Smessaert, McCabe, Puch, Rahe, Mr. Ledinsky. Fourth: O'Callaghan, Plonsker, Beck, Rhodes, Duff, Albertson, Frey. Absent: Mathi- sen. MS. MARINE - Bottom Row: Elmore, Bogart, DeCroocq, Stone, Pates. Second: Moran, Hackett, Loftus, Bailey, Weinstein, Dunkel. Third: Miller, Marquardt, Schmid, Fite, Handelman, Maloney, Sievers. Fourth: Kelly, Robins, Nelson, Lampert, Haderlein, Wes- tern, Ms. Marine. Absent: Barton, Biskis, Girke, Hussey, Rast. MR. MATTUCCI - Bottom Row: Weingarten, Greene, Black, Breen, Fish, Schroeder. Second: Trott, Grunow, Woodruff, Flinn, Hamilton, Mr. Mattucci. Third: Drummond, Nixon, Mulliken, Millard, Murrin, Rutz. Fourth: Hamman, Butterworth, Howard, Nold, Salafsky, Spitek. Absent: Blanco-Gonzales, Harney, Mazza, Pemble. S -Q. MR KLOCKER Bottom Row Y Oyasu Haney Fischer O Kieffe Fasano Second: Zogg Nauman Sheehan Cooper, Butt Young Mr Klocker. Third O Reilly Dent Uhm Miller, Coyle Schuster Fourth Pearson, Fehr Morden Crane Parmelee, Hay- ford Absent Lancaster Mahoney Maxwell al, m adidas 4 FRESHMENX 197 MR. PROVOW - Bottom Row: Heiss, Spector, Bohnsack, Gaber, Schumann, Blacklow, Meltzer Polydoris, Lawrence. Second Gibson, Carmell, Kingwill, Lane, Brick, Griffith, Frei, White. Third: Miller, Phillips, Hughes, Moline, Croisant, Munns, Shepherd. Fourth: Friend, Perrella, Stearns, McConnell, Foley, Bendy, Perutz, Mr. Provow. Absent: Sommers, Winternitz. MRS. RODEN - Bottom Row: Soren, Seweloh, Wagenberg, Mills Claffey, Gibbs, Weinstein. Second: Yap, Rosenbaum, Callaghan, Wal- lach, Lavelle, Conn, Saccone Cordek. Third: Dorn, Herzon Bellanca, Schuessler, Askenas Burr, Bromberg, Mrs. Roden Fourth: Hart, Tyrrell, Judson MacDonald, Williams, Riblet Clary, Chapman. Absent: Gen- iesse, Hollander. MR. STEWART - Bottom Row: Kysar, Garrett, Phair, Rossiter Bennett, Rabe, MacDonald, Wan- ger. Second: Mintz, J. Sherman Seftenberg, Wagner, Barnes, Rave- ret, Bridges, Mr. Stewart. Third Thomas, Cooper, Needleman Puch, Knobel, Malles, Goodie, Chamberlain. Fourth: Segil, Pfut- zenreuter, McGuffin, Bunge, No- lan, Jannotta, R. Sherman. Absent: Meek. IQSXFRESHMEN MRS. POYSER - Bottom Row Moody, Higgins, Nicolazzo, Kon- gsamut, Lee. Second: Thesing Strom, Miyazaki, French, Hosken Puch. Third: Urban, Walker Morrissey, Offer, Grundeis, Mrs Poyser. Fourth: Hallenberg, Muel- ler, Connors, Wieland, Tschaikows- ky, Hawk, Daniels. Absent: Crane Graham, Powers, Trux. 1 r MR. WARD - Bottom Row Shen, Teinowitz, Segal, Enyart, Rosing, Sherman, Ticho. Second: Cole, Prangee, Kaminski, O'Brien, Fitzgerald, Smith, Mr. Ward Third: Houghtlin, Maloney, Sei- denberg, Savard, Sauer, Tassey Fourth: Monsees, Takegawa Moen. Absent: Kelly. Belko, Miller, Greanias, Malone, Z V 445 , . 'Vigil' V it -. i. , 1-S E 'z' 'i H . ,,, .2 in-3335 if as '-. "N .. 1 ...AW ' r MRS. WALSH - Bottom Row: Walk, Berman, Berlin, Arden, Tindall, Frechette, Stewart. Second: Lyons, McCarthy, Mills, Thompson, Ward, O'Shaughnessy, Olds, Campbell. Third: Wood, Haith, Mella, Cunningham, Wolff, Roche, Herlocker, Mrs. Walsh. Fourth: Frommeyer, Mals, Cam- pion, Bryan, Koldyke, Gillies, Wolfe. Absent: Gomez, Keller. DR. WHIPPLE - Bottom Row: Trotter, Quinn, Munitz, Ryan, Husak, Laskey. Second: Fiegen, Graham, Lederer, Lingle, Solomon, Clapp, Hill. Third: Hawley, Bauer, Askin, Shavolian, Miner, Benoist, Dr. Whipple. Fourth: Pohl, Ke- droski, Thomas, Gould, Wolter, Paik, Lin. Absent: Cross, Holstein, Lyons, Munson. MRS. WHIPPLE - Bottom Row: Canning, Kerwin, Bothfeld, Lober, Hanley, Allen. Second: Kim, Johnson, Rafanello, Gould, Sohn, Shepherd, Mrs. Whipple. Third: Weber, Mendel, Donahue, Anderson, Casey, Hueter, Detmer. Fourth: Henderson, Warnke, Long, Geary, Smith, Hoback, Hickman. Absent: Andrews, Con- nor, Montgomery, Tschudy. FRESHMENU99 Sophomores t was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of maturity, it was the age of foolishness, it was the epoch of belief, it was the epoch of incredulity, it was the year of Dickens, it was the year of geometry, it was the spring of a car wash, it was the winter of a turnabout, it was sophomore year. Sophomore year fea- tured a loss of freshman inhibitions and increased assimilation into school interests. The power of a driver's license enlarged the choice of activities available to a sophomore. Given a break from the P.E. rou- tines, they took to heart a three week CPR course. Sophomores entered the year with anticipation and departed knowing it was a far, far better year that they experienced than they had ever known. ZOOXSOPHOMORES 1:9645 1 ' -se, -4 iw Z2 1 mf,-,WY 3' 5' Mx,1,,, vw, X, 5n"ffH.n1,g,m - Wtvggqgi 4 - iggfhlfqn SCOTT PIERPONT ANDREW COHEN President Y Vice-president I JULIE PIORKOWSKI HAROLD PHILLIPS Secretary Treasurer A V 3' i L MISS AMBROZIK - Bottom Row: Barr, Wright, Breckheimer, Seymour, Ryan, Strahorn, Ransom. Second: Maher, Lewis, Husak, Pimley, Dorgan, Richards, Pick. Third: deVuono, Downey, Becker, Parker, Parr, Rubenstein, Patter- son. Fourth: Lehman, Lisle, Herndon, Kanaley, Jaeger, Petray, Harvey, Furca. Absent: Miss Ambrozik, Powell. MISS BEACH - Bottom Row: Fuchs, Beinlich, Sutherland, Cole, Edmonds, Moore Second: James, Gaines, Steiner, Rafanello, Rowell, Sample, Faurot. Third: Bishop, Ward, Armstrong, McDermott, Gould, Jennings, Sperry, Miss Beach. Fourth Petrie, Renner, Hastings, Buck, Flanagin, Dickes, Neuman. Absent: Houser. ft 'z f UT Left: With the impact of a drivers' license, sophomores crash head - on into new responsibilities. Above left: Cornered by uncertainty, a sophomore searches for a turning point on the road to adulthood. fRabe, Sewellj SOPHOMORESXZOI MRS. BROCKELMAN - Bot- tom Row: Hayes, Gradolph, Vokes, Nurnberger. Second: Miller, Chen, Leahy, Moore, Clay. Third: Butler, Pitt, Price, Dahl, Bigelow, Mrs. Brockelman. Fourth: Brands, Gunnels, Diltz, Farwell, Fosse, Howard, Weiss. Absent: Carroll, Hayford, lpavic, Knoblock, Stogin. MR. CARPENTER - Bottom Row: Conte, Singer, Lawton, Hirsch, Gaber. Second: Erzinger, Campbell, Edwards, Harnack, Franklin, Glass, Mr. Carpenter. Third: Metzger, Krause, Badger, Buerger, Denby, Woolard. Fourth: Swanson, Callaghan, Dickie, Lahey, Springer, Deppen, Rosen. Absent: Blank, Donahue, Hastey, Lyons, McMahon. MR. DENK - Bottom Row: Ury, Horsch, Chan, Johnson, Drayton, Zimmerman, Rennolds. Second: Burns, Bryan, Voll, Hauldren, Lane, Cell, Cohen. Third: Elliott, Kepler, Minogue, Stevens, Kruem- pelstaedter, Tiegler, Mr. Denk. Fourth: Garcia, Patterson, Arm- strong, McLeese, Adamson, Ahern, Toll. Absent: Klauke, Pope, Rowe, Vile. ZOZISOPHOMORES 3 - MR. CADWELL - Bottom Row Nomoto, Majeczky, Kaminski Flinchum, Liang, Orelind, Rielly Second: Lettner, Keller, Hallen- berg, Tate, Houghton, Graham Mr. Cadwell. Third: Beckman nor, Hackett, Bailey. Fourth Beitzel, Shearer, Dominik, Moy Beck, DeVries, Sibbald. Absent Duffee, Meyer. ,I Johnston, Bennett, Slotkin, O'Con- MRS. LEVY - Bottom Row Wilson. Sterrett. Thompson Turner, Zibble, Willis, Wold Second: Kushner, Provow, Lewy Herbst, Bogard, MacDonald Fogarty, Mrs. Levy. Third: Sur- man, Buntain, Avery, Lindley Kanne, Ellwood. Schwarzbach Fourth: Ubben, Adams, Russ Bohnsack, Zingg, McClain, Davis. Helmer. MR. MURPHY - Bottom Row Blackwell Johnson Stahl Mattox Newton, Campbell, Ritchie, Math ias. Second: Lambrecht, Thomp son, Fix, Warner, Denison, Marks Nash, Wire. Third: Marquardt Porta, Pierpont, Oslund, Burke, Heitman, Howard, Mr. Murphy. Fourth: Olson, Markovich, Wil- fong, Morgan, Russell, Warren, Lindblad, Boyd. Smurf MR. MCCREA - Bottom Row Burstein, Pearlman, Goff, Fires- tone, Prange, Bahng. Second Levine, Santeler, Gotta, Cassidy Carr, Bachmann, Emery. Third Schriedel, Shieh, Solomon, Jans DeVryer, Hayes, Igliori, Mr McCrea. Fourth: Gritschke, Car- penter, Ackerman, Connolly Stephens, Drummond, Stefany Escamilla. Absent: Lisle, Mills. MR. METZGER - Bottom Row: Ernst, McCahey, Bush, Minn, Chanen, Fiffer, Posen. Second: Ray, leuter, Traynor, Robison, Johnson, Miyashita, Cooley. Third: Phillips, Solber, Dean, Taylor, Bosco, Schoch, Harrington. Fourth: Mr. Metzger, Bianucci, Brattleaf, Kutschke, Moore, Tem- pleton, Peara. Absent: Bauman. SOPHOMORESXQO5 r r . 3 1 4 ,M '+x 1 , A ,Z, . . I MW if J MRS. PAULICK - Bottom Row: Howard, DiCesare, Nordstrom Jeannin, Bennett. Second: Nolan Bockley, Ernst, Smith, McKenzie, O,Connell. Third: Bergersen Willian, Baez, Degryse, Lieberman, Marvin, Mrs. Paulick. Fourth Hinshaw, Wagener, Dysart Mueller, Barreca, Adams, Martin Absent: Carreira, Lorenz, Reitz. MR. RAY - Bottom Row: Pan tone, Allen, Gianukos, Wendt Stanzler, Smessaert. Second Aschauer, Pfann, Savard, Faherty, Agustin, Ferrick, Weinberg. Third: Obereiner, Hausheer, Price, Bur dick, Fishman, MacDonald, Mr. Ray. Fourth: Davidson, Coronelli Reimer, Myers, Fischer, Meissner Hodgson. Absent: Kaefer, Kirk Zanzucchi. QOGXSOPHOMORES MS. NIEBAUER - Bottom Row Harrison, Gribble, Schmitz Wysockey, Graham, Specter, Ball Second: Bodovitz, Fitzgerald Hirshle, Pringle, Atherton, Kub- iak, Wendy. Third: De Mitch- ell, Yelton, Barratt, Ruby, Mae cLean, Tatosian, Vandewalle, Carr Fourth: Williams, Kirscher, Gillis Jaegers, Carioscia, Marsh, Spier Absent: Ms. Niebauer, Osman. MR. OSBORN - Bottom Row: Marks, Head, Schnadig, Poulos, Sullivan, Seltzer, Trompeter. Second: Alenson, Petti, Langmar, Houpt, Padjen, Klingler, Funari. Third: Davis, Frankel, Bartell, Ross, Barancik, Andrews, Strube, Mr. Osborn. Fourth: Wright, Davis, Albertson, McDonough, Hagberg, Becker, Kelly. Absent: Larkin. i l MS. RINEHART - Bottom Row: Pick, Saville, Cole, Maheras, Zanarini, Coletta, Smider. Second: Geniesse, Handelman, Seghers, Migely, Power, Klawans, Phillips. Third: Peterson, Kelly, Holland, Davis, Srnith, G. Sullivan, M. Sullivan. Fourth: Meek, Kissinger, Rutherford, Federico, Granquist, Later, Tatosian. Absent: Mans- field, Alison. MRS. SCOBIE - Bottom Row: Friedman, Emerson, Kalman, Craddock, Hendrix. Second: N. Gorman, O'Connor, Peterson, Piorkowski, Kelso, Schmid. Third: Bloomfield, Mathewson, Roberts, Kitzrow, White, Moses, Mrs. Scobie. Fourth: Trenholm, Lipe, K. Gorman, Berger, Heatherington, Fox. Absent: Jarvis, Kullby, Roth. MISS SMITH -Bottom Row: Rogers, Lee, Cavalier, Mitchell, Kofman, Francis. Second: John- son, Connors, Nelson, Feldman, Calkins, Leahy, Kelly. Third: Morris, Maloney, Dini, Prindiville, Varouxakis, Wheeler, Miss Smith. Fourth: Marsh, Milbratz, Bowen, Russell, Bissell, Nack. Absent: Burrill, Krit. MR. WARE - Bottom Row Stern, Carew, Abbott, Miller Starrett. Second: Coyle, Barrett Shehan, Sauer, Knuti. Third Scott, Dougherty, Constan, Bok- hof, Kleinman, Mr. Ware. Fourth Vlahos, Tschaikowsky, Squires Childress, Smith, Hanigan Absent: Cunningham, Druger O'Keeffe, Wright. SOPHOMORESf207 Juniors unior year is a year of growth. His roots firmly im- planted in New Trier soil, the junior reaches for perso- nal goals. Thorns in the form of disappointing board scores, low grades, or a dateless prom may injure his confidence but streng- then his resolve. With exposure to college confer- ences and career modules, the junior develops budding curiousity about the future. As past priorities wither away, new objectives spring up. With parents, teachers, and friends offering nour- ishment and support, the junior unfolds into a promising green world. Bed-ridden Martha Parrish com- bats a severe case of junior themeitis. QLUWD MRS. ADAMS - Bottom Row: Chapman, Parmer, Wilson, Vogt, Conant, Page. Second: Dierickx, Michala, Platon, Seymour, Agosti- nelli, Mrs. Adams. Third: Griffith, Rutherford, Lawlor, Sullivan, Kurschner, Nolan, Finney. Fourth: Witherell, Lindley, Lane, Johnson, Porter, Sharfstein, Higgins. Absent: Andrews, Callaghan, Eldredge, Shelton. QOSXJUNIORS RICHARD BOX S :W COTT President N1 Secretary X Treasurer El 'T ' -if E I . , l MRS. BAKER - Bottom Row: Grunow, Sherman, Coffield, Gold- berg, Paoletti, Chan. Second Penney, Ludovice, Stevenson Lindsey, Hamilton, DeSpain Stein. Third: Schriedel, Hinman Mazza, Pfann, Murrin, Fink, Mrs Baker. Fourth: Mead, Hinkarnp Abell, Dini, Dill, DiClementi Snavely. Absent: Holloway. MR. BAKER - Bottom Row: Cohen, Barr, DiCesare, Nolan, Brashears, Caylor. Second: Sensibar, Revord, Ward, Luick, Cornell, Murray, Petterson, Mr. Baker. Third: Lathrop, Burgee, Gallanis, Abbey, Johnson, Wall, Sullivan. Fourth: Embree, Keogh, Tshilds, Weickert, Ehle, Auvil, Hammersley. Absent: Maloney. MR. CAJET - Bottom Row: Barreca, Strouse, Tamai, McHugh, Golden, Lynch. Second: Eisen- stein, Streightiff, Nemat-Nassar, Nutt, Adler, Shattil, Mr. Cajet. Third: Laughlin, Barrett, McClel- lan, Freeman, Hurley, Black, Sloan. Fourth: Slonicki, Gynn, Flinn, Coxon, Goese, Paden, Gerding, Gould. Absent: Canning, Vosseller. MRS. CROISANT - Bottom Row: Verges, McConnell, Kelley, Richards, Paullus, Collins. Second: Hall, Keyes, Coyne, Faherty, Beck, Mrs. Croisant. Third: Whelan, Southern, Bryan, Nebel, LaBarge, Rosensweig. Fourth: Fenner, Ryan, Nack, Denniston, Day, Sullivan, Giras, George. Absent: Morand. JUNIORSXQOQ , 1... MR. GARDEN - Bottom Row: Harris, Murphy, Pigott, Nguyen, Degross. Second: Donnell, Hennessey, Boyer, Meyers, Blake, Burns, Kenny. Third: Thigpen, Nold, Dempsey, Kenney, Bergman. Fourth: Maddox, Crown, Greene, Ellis, Berlin, Waterman, Mr. Garden. Absent: Cawley, Creevy, McConnell, Ruffino. MRS. FRIEDMAN - Bottom Row: Mueller, Whitehand, Hardy, Newman, Champion, Hostert. Second: Rennolds, Kaplan, Schwartz, Borre, Maimon, Schaefer. Third: Milliken, McCor- mick, Huebner, Milici, Voll, Trompeter, Mrs. Friedman. Fourth: Todd, Spertus, Rigolin, Tuchmann, Rineberg, Zales, Pim- ley, Bekken. Absent: Murray, Pisano. YIOXJUNIORS ' 1Q in Q MS. GRIFFIN - Bottom Row: Sayre, Campbell, Douds, Schumann, Becker. Second: Pelts, Dini, White, Eby, Baldwin, Haigh. Third: Fair, Panas, Wolfe, Walsh, Parrish, Trott, Ms. Griffin. Fourth: Crandell, Ramsdell, Neuhaus, Head, Kleckner, Higgins, Heeter. Absent: Anderson, Colnon, Diltz, Hoagland, O'Leary. MRS. GOLDSMITH - Bottom Row: Fisch, Gitlin, Marsh, Drileck, Moncrieff, P. Carlson, Miller. Second: Murrin, L. Carlson, Laport, Shaffer, Gray, Mrs. Golds- mith. Third: Mauck, Malloy, Swoiskin, Lambert, Johnson, Plate, Anderson, Love. Fourth: Roberts, Proffit, Wood, Parsons, Golin, Maher, Driscoll. Absent: Crown. MRS. GORSHOW - Bottom Row: Wilson, Saballus, Zimmer- man, Kaminski, Maguire. Second: Harris, Tourville, Miller, Kona, Lowley, Mrs. Gorshow. Third: Turbin, Evans, Fair, Macomber, Kogan, Penticoff. Fourth: Bur- kard, Trausch, O'Rourke, Cook, Murray, Sebastian, Schlossman. Absent: Love, Pemble. MR. HALL - Bottom Row: Klebba, LaPorta, Moretta, Fish. Second: Vitikainen, Mitchell Cacharelis, Garrett, Allen, Levin. Third: Weinzimmer, Reed, John- son, Smith, Shapiro, Pearl, Mr. Hall. Fourth: Williams, Turner Borden, Whitman, Kamp, Moticik Wagener. Absent: Dugan, DuYan Hays, Rainford. v 1 1 v CJ? 6 MRS. HUGGINS - Bottom Row: Carlin, Connell, Tilton, Petersen, Shelly, Straka. Second: Thomas, Dudick, Hahn, Jeannin, Sidhu, Buckingham, Mrs. Huggins. Third: Van Elk, Connolly, Ryan, Epkins, Desremaux, Stafford, Balmes. Fourth: Hosbein, Pearson, Buick, Weinbrenner, Ziegler, Hemke, Shaughnessy. MR. HILSABECK - Bottom Row: Winberg, Klein, Lindblad, Clark, Borelli, Casey. Second: Leahy, Jiganti, Cole, Guthrie, Box, Mr. Hilsabeck. Third: Solberg, Barr, Hahn, Gourley, Austin, Milliken, Fowkes. Fourth: John- son, Dauer, Henderson, Smith, Moran, Ellis, Dhein. Absent: Eberhard, Grundeis, Shattuck, Wallace. JUNIORSXQI1 MR. KRUEMPELSTAEDTER - Bottom Row: Stafford, Milici, Timm, Blake, Bush, Hoffman Rowe. Second: Hammond, Schwartz, Beck, Huff, Maurer, Mr. Kruempelstaedter. Third: Mintz, Sheridan, Segil, Campbell, De- Gryse, Goodman, Baylin, Herron. Fourth: Guthrie, Sutton, Horn, M. Rogers, Schellenberg, Jaegers McCook. Absent: Fucik, A. Rogers Schopen, Wallace. 1 9 1 MRS. LEECH - Bottom Row: Schell, Carew, Daugherty, Boleyn. Second: Johnson, Holmes, Sandor, Fossler, Mrs. Leech. Third: Lyons, Smead, Jarrow, Zeh, Priest. Fourth: Friedrichs, Perry, Langan, Beemer, VanVlierbergen, Rock- efeller. Absent: Kent, Wilson. MRS. MARMEL - Bottom Row: Baur, Kogan, Cohen, Onley, Wein- berg, Cualoping. Second: Spring Mies, Tussing, Andrew, Akiyama Mrs. Marmel. Third: C. Levin, Hoffman, Romanek, Hahn, Bein- lich, Hall, Johnson. Fourth: Eisen, Wassman, J. Levin, Cain, Geragh- ty, Koester. Absent: Avildsen, Kelly. y a MR. MCFADZEAN - Bottom Row: Rickard, Moore, Miner, Hartman. Second: Tippens, Terrill, Alster, Bagg, Hitt, Mr. McFadzean. Third: Ticho, Kalte- nekker, Kovitz, Meyers, Addis Anton. Fourth: Roche, Abbott Getschow, Wyse, Agustin, Wagner. Absent: Becker, Nordmark, Ski- bitsky, Stafeil. 7 212fJUNIORS "4 I pure . HIM - , PPG W i. . ' , .rg 2 H. , ,V .11 ,s, '- ,"' E- J , , if . an . il '. P P, , ff., ,w,,x A -,--. 5 X J' N, A l P. I l gl i 6 3 , 9, he' lilgl L lk l li 1 .i nf MR. MILAUSKAS - Bottom Row: Egnor, Weiner, Levins, Powell, Barker. Second: Cunn- ingham, Platt, Offer, Stenzel, Mr. Milauskas. Third: Dauchy, Rogers, Chatterton, Heinzen, Lahrmann, Mundt. Fourth: Harney, Harmon, Gion, Lawson, Francis. Absent: Campbell, Carruthers, Coladarci, Jones, Mathewson, O'Donne1l, Sievers, Zuke. MISS NUSINOW - Bottom Row: Williamson, Deasy, Funari, Fine. Second: Cavalier, Wood, Friedlander, Reighard, Lawton. Third: Harrold, Hegarty, Cross, Johnson, Malone, Miss Nusinow. Fourth: Trausch, Armogost, Mor- ris, Waite, Specht, Paterus, Ellis. Absent: Crawford. MR. O'HARE - Bottom Row: Myers, Hartel, Gould, Rein, Ande- rson, Montross, O'Malley. Second: Lazar, Lissner, Powell, Soren, Herbst, Raveret, Howland, Mr. O'Hare. Third: Ryden, Allsteadt, Coven, Pinkerton, Norehad, Jan- notta, Schwartz, Walsh. Fourth: Worthington, Bell, Kocour, Dahl- heim, Wegner, Kaefer, Golub, Sullivan. MRS. PARTRIDGE - Bottom Row: Freeman, Siegel, Regan, Miller, Fleming, Linder, Meier. Second: Goodie, Ward, Rosenberg, Sewell, Termyn, Wright, Atkinson. Third: Sherman, Crane, Bransky, Stern, Peterson, Stearns, Devlin, Mrs. Partridge. Fourth: Hatton, Terman, Wood, Lind, Lloyd, Downey, Williams, Hosbein. Absent: Everly, Moore. JUNIORSXZI3 DR. RUDE - Bottom Row O'Brien, Kalter, Metherell, Zogh- lin, Yuen, Kiener. Second: Bigelow, Randstrom, Jennings Walker, Dr. Rude. Third: Jester Campbell, Niedermaier, Mueller Schlossman, Spinner, Karr. Fourth: Schuller, Donovan, Ross Dunton, Kmieciak, McGarry Bergsten. Absent: Gordon, Schroe- der, Schultz, Stiritz, Sull- ivan. MR. SCI-IABEL - Bottom Row: Rahe, LaPorte, Hill, Bernstein, Jones. Second: Strahorn, Challi- nor, White, Selig, Mr. Schabel. Third: Francis, Lucas, Diebel Wilson, Dublin, Coleman. Fourth: Jacobson, Hagg, Peckham, Nelson Nicolazzo, Armstrong. Absent: Martin, Remke. v y lt O -53525. 1 P ES: 5' eiiiffsrz. A - IPMXJUNIORS MR. SCHINTO - Bottom Row Sugarman, Kincaid, Balmes Rosen, Sievers. Second: Peter Tangney, Patrick, Rutledge, Sol- ber. Third: Nixon, Steiner, McDo- nough, O'Reilly, Burkhardt, Mr. Schinto. Fourth: Heidt, Bellack, Riblet, Mitchell, Sincox, Stafford, Riskind. Absent: Austin, Dufer, Kalin, Kerins, Solger. MR. STEVENS - Bottom Row: Shapiro, Dodge, Schneider, Tei- nowitz, Hartmann, Maddox. Sec- ond: Long, Cavallino, Vanover, Malia, Franz, Johnson, Mr. Ste- vens. Third: Sweet, Sbrocco, Lettner, Trobaugh, Crown, Miller, Mankus. Fourth: Maibenco, Friend, Davis, Kinney, Schelhas, Turner, Lewis. Absent: Kay. Q MS. STOEWER - Bottom Row Stecker, Goldsmith, Petrie, Freed- man, Coleman, Lane, Haser Second: Bellamy, Haderlein, Rutkowski, Ward, Cunningham, Rubin, Godfrey. Third: Sullivan, Fellinger, Fowler, Harkness, Miller, Flynn, Ms. Stoewer. Fourth: Fry, Fetzer, Craddock, Holland, Lifven- dahl, Ryan, Malott. Absent: , Fleming, Hoard, McLeod, Stevens. 7 MR. STREIGHTIFF - Bottom Row: Traynor, Sheehan, Knowl- ton, Adamson, Peponis, Lahey, Doughty. Second: Burmeister, O'Rourl-ze, Levally, Lieberman, Desrosier, Bendy, Nelson, Mr. Streightiff. Third: Sampson, MacDonald, Thompson, Secaras, Negronida, Schmitz, Nesbitt. Fourth: Gynn, Wall, Quinn, Herndon, Biskis, Johnson, Grove, Tyrrell. Absent: Carrane. semi 5 ' - -4 ...1 -f 2" W' K MR. SWARSEN - Bottom Row: Lipson, Miller, Wanger, Freeman 1 Bridges. Second: Gluckman, Alger, Jacobs, Marcus, Scott, Powell, Shepherd. Third: leuter, Larson, Stephans, McDonald, Stevenson, Kelly, Fawcett, Mr. Swarsen. Fourth: Foran, Gilson, Minar Lorenz, Willian, Roth, Curtiss. Absent: Carroll, Rappaport, Stif- fler. MRS. UNDERWOOD - Bottom Row: Patterson, Munitz, Petty, Gray, Kepler. Second: Holland, McMahon, Kelly, Reinheimer, Springer, Mrs. Underwood. Third: Hart, Bennett, Aschauer, Phillippi, Silverstein, Sergesketter, James. Fourth: Keller, Kowalski, Lewis, Shapiro, O'Keefe, Scanlan, Wil- liams. Absent: Lancaster, Miller, Pyott, Smith, Tincu. JUNIORSXQI5 r STEERING COMMITTEES FRESHMAN - Bottom Row: O'Neil, Hackett, McGarry, Hayford, Morrissey, Harvey, Weinstein, Husak, Quinn, Monroe, Trott, Millikin, Hollenberg,Tatooles, Butterworth. Second: Potter, Andrews, Bromberg, Sherman. Fourth: Foran, Geary, Spinner, Balsley, Taylor, Neuman, Fiegen, Heroux, Shepherd, McCutchen, Seidenburg. Third: Keller, Schmidt, Lasky. Allsteadt. Absent: Goldberg, Plonsker, Stern. Frying wp 2 P , , '15 Wu! fry... 4 SOPHOMORE - Bottom Row: Lawless, Wollaeger, Kissinger, Third: Dwyer, Lawton, Polydoris, Pitt, unknown, Kelly, Cooley, Tate, Wysockey, Madden, Thompson, Emerson, Herbst, Poulos. Second: White, Newton, Slotkin, Kelley, Fourth: Connolly, Hoffman, Conners, Dysart, Breckheimer, Pierpont, Cohen,Piorkowski,Phillips, Ward, Sample, Ahern. Squires, Woolard, Schnadig, Glick, Kaefer. QIGXSTEERING COMMITTEES STEERING COMMITTEES s .ff fs N A 8 JUNIOR - Bottom Row: Holland, Fowler, Johnson, Rubin, Fenner, Callaghan, Buick, Weinberg, Kent, Dill, Morand. Second: Hill, Wagener, Kaplan, Goldsmith, McMahon, Borre, Kelley, Lawton, Sidhu, N. Ellis. Third: Rogers, Gould, Kocour, Hoffman, E. Ellis, Box, Goldberg, Levin, Ar M. Fowkes, Swoiskin, Golin, Anderson, McLeod. Fourth: Smith, Bell, Friend, Driscoll, Sharfstein, McGarry, Head, Peterson, Wassmann, Willian. Absent: Dauer, Fine. I N, SENIOR - Bottom Row: Schiele, Mellon, Gibson, Brown, Bissell, Hargett, Wengler, Jordan, McCarter, Petrie, Campbell, Cole, Norris, Martin, Weaver, O'Reilly, Bergman, Bower, Holmberg, K. Wright, Mclntire, Gillis, Mrs. Lenard. Second: Zaks, Klawans, McGrew, Pope, Hogan, Heal, Petersen, Segel, Florko, Turner, Mr. Severns. Third: Hicks, Tussing. Fourth: Gilmore, Warner, Hammerman, Park, Stern, Hines, Jackson, Ruby, Shelton, Deasy, Fitzgerald, P. Wright, Schuldt, Seyfarth, De Bartolo. STEERING COMMITTEESXZ17 ff..-,av ff "f"1WV' ,W , 7-1 V Wm , -,f L+, , '4D"C'FO,1iL'j The class of 1980 enjoyed seniority during their last lap at New Trier. As pacesetters of' the school, they held key positions in clubs, teams and freshman adviser rooms. Changing priorities char- acterized the year: first semester seniors planned their futures While second semester seniors planned their Weekends. But hanging over their heads Was the sobering thought of returning to the starting blocks next year. ZQOXSENIORS MICHAEL O'REILLY LAURA BERGMAN President Vice-president xi, PAUL WEAVER BURR MARTIN Treasurer Secretary ..l 1. .Z 'N-. 5 ,144 rf'-" -1 f' -gm-P 1 A X' f' 0 -"f--" six, SENIORSf221 A V1 gg5Qi,Q,Q W, . , . W' fy f f ff f wzwf X, 3 4:5 -, -jj Z, f A fy, ,525 X' W ? f 0 Q 'xfyivk X A Thomas E. Allen Anne Elizabeth Alonzi William Richard Alvarez Carol Jeanne Amici Guy Anderson Linda Kay Anderson Raymond S. Andrews Susan Angle Barbara B. Appelbaum Daniel B. Aronson Stephen Gregory Ashmore Charles F. Askonas John B. Bahng Brian P. Baker Matthew Martin Baker 'WK QQQXSENIORS Adam Baldwin Catherine Ballin Elizabeth Marie Balmes Rex Martin Balz Valerie J. Bannon Amy Marie Abbott Toraji Abe Jawad I Abu-Lughod Hall Adams III Sally Forgash Adelstein Jane Alexander Beth A. Alger Gregory Scott Allen Joan Allen Stuart R. Allen Wendy Jeannette Barber Carol Margaret Barnes Paul Barnett Andrew Saul Baron Thomas E. Barr Frank Thomas Barreca Elizabeth Anne Barrett Fiona Barrett Elizabeth L. Bartlett Phillip Bauer Mary Elizabeth Baxter Leslie Elizabeth Beemer Ann Marie Beggan Angelo M. Beltrano Brett Arthur Bennett ki? 175 "-ed! " 'E ' ' . . If .N qf 4? ff- , 1 Li X i Q . . ' L fb- SJ, i if X in ,, W J 2 1 Marion Elizabeth Bentley Jeffery A. Berger Donna Marie Bergman Laura Ann Bergman Martha Louise Berlin Joel H. Berman Sheila Sinclair Berner Julie Helen Besant John G. Beucher Xerxes K. Bhote Joseph M. Bianucci Nancy J. Bissell ' H .f9 ' V . 1... if 0' Michael H. Black Nora Jean Black Robert W. Black II if if Rob Borre Carla Mary Bosco Estes H. Boshes Rebecca Bower Karen Zoe Bowers John Adams Blanchard Sara Genevieve Blodgett Alan Jeffrey Blum Thomas Anton Bohnen Deborah Ann Bonneville SENIORSXQZ3 Julie Lynne Brzezinski William A. Buechner Jonathan C. Bunge Amy G. Burdick Mary Ellen Burns Richard Burnstan William E. Burrill Brian K. Bussey Molly McClure Butler Anna Bovee Butterworth James R. Butz David Andrew Buzard John Cadden Thomas N. Caldwell Kathleen Ann Callaghan Eugene R. Camoosa Douglas Young Campbell Jean Elliot Campbell Paul Joseph Campbell Eric D. Canafax Camille Ann Braet James E. Brandlem Mark R. Brandon n Bruce Steven Brandwein Nicole Anne Brennan Keith B. Brett Melissa M. Britt Amanda J. Brown David Berno Brown Maren T. Brown Marie Frances Brown Lizabeth Ann Bruce Leslie Jean Brumbaugh Ellen Stuart Brumitt Edward O. Bryan ,-'m-fv'ffww-e-w,,v- ff. qafzfrfa 27? WM? 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D'Arnato Michael Dancey Paula Danilovics Tija Danilovics Margaret Lynn Davidson Scott B. Davis Linda Elizabeth Day Michael De Bartolo ' Sean P. Deasy Douglas S. Decker David H. Denby Jr. William E. Denny Missy W. Dent Donald Albert DeRuiter Jr. Lisa Jane Desre'maux Paul A. Devlin Peter J. DeVries Gary D. Devroy Tami Ann Diaz Edward B. Dickson Michael P. DiClernenti Kathleen Anne Dillon Carol Ann Diltz Martha Dodd Donahoe Megan M. Donohue Allison H. Dougherty Charles A. Dove Sarah Jane Dow Eric A. Dowen Gregory E. Downing .1 5 . A A 5 at Q. mfr X fi 7 W WW ff, W 41... 1. f f ,E ? ,, , f WW' 3 af 9' 'J' v ' fa, g f . if I Bertram J. Drew Gerald P. Drew Elizabeth Ann Drummond David W. DuBois Robert J. Dugan Keith Richard Dunn Charles M. Dusablon Richard J. Dvorak Maria T. Dwyer Ann Megan Eckhouse Lise Suzanne Eliot James P. Elliott Linda Sue Ellis Richard M. Emrich Carl P. Escamilla Ellen G. Evans Jeffrey B. Farnham Lucy Boyden Farnsworth Daniel J. Fasano I Thomas B. Faulkner Jama Irene Favorite John Edward Fay Steven J . Federico Joel S. Feldman Mary Jo Ferretti James S. Findlay John F. Firestone Fay Fitz-Hugh Mark Ryan Fitzgerald Mary Kathleen Fleming Catherine Maclean Florko Mary Kathleen Flynn Thomas J . Fogarty Tod A. Folkl Eric Fosse Elizabeth Ann Galbraith Phillip R. Gale Alexandra Mary Ganz Michael R. Gately Timothy Gerard Geier Regina M. George Thomas Richard Gescheidle William T. Geweke Margaret Gibson Martha Ellen Gillis John P. Gilmore Amy Paul Giordano Sally Gnaedinger Vicki V. Goldblatt Tamara R. Goldman Kathryn A. Gooselaw Joseph N. Gordon Patrick Charles Gorman Patricia M. Gould Amy Carol Graller 4 Barbara Ann Fox Gwynne Marshall Fox Sara R. Fox Peter J. Frank Keith Freedman Jennifer J. Frei Douglas Robert Freud Susan Hilary Frey Erika Ann Friedman Saigo Cleland Fujii Bruce D. Granath John Brian Green Virginia Dawes Gregg Kimberly A. Griesser Charles Bradley Gunn Damon Mott Gunn Joan Maureen Gutekanst Brenda Ann Guthrie Bo Kun Ha Bo Tai Ha Constance Anne Hackett Valerie C. Hahn Alison Gordon Hall Michael M. Hammerman Howard Alan Hammersley Helen M. Hands Sarah Kirk Hanlon Anne-Cecile Hansenne Beth Ann Hardy Michael Hargett Michael P. Harrington Sally Ann Harrington Melanie Jill Harris Daniel E. Hartel Mary Kathryn Hartigan I Kevin Patrick Hartnett Andrew M. Hartunian Clara Morris Haser Nancy K. Hauptle Jennifer L. Hausheer Steven Haworth Stacy Lynn Heal Elizabeth Anne Healy Joseph F. Hector Robert Hediger Deborah Suzanne Heinen William E. Heise Charles Scott Heitman Catherine F. Heller Joseph Henderson Jr. ,, , ,af f,,,, A ff I ,yy , wr f,'A f ,- f f- f wyfffm , M117 , X f Q glfw if? fwrffiwizn 1 V 1 v,y,,y Lyfff, " I . 5 ' f ,M y 2 rj Q " 4 W I f 4, 1 .AJ 4 " Y 1 f fx 4 . .Q f 4' I . , .. f ' ,Ls V3 if of Wg ' . fa I 4 , . ,,,.. .Agni 'off' 3 x f ,G Eli 0-5 I Q f r fl Rebecca J. 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Lacr ix Kathleen Ang Lagershausen Kara Eileen Lahey Jeffrey Paul Lampert Patricia Elizabeth Langan Scott Daniel Lane Michael Anthony Laport Rey Jose Laureano Eric Lewis Laurence Bruce Kennedy Law .if -.. - ff- T 1- 2 I vi H lax K i. .9 , s, IA an-bv A 'V U 1 i Sarah Leonard Karen Grace Levenson Russell Jay Levin Hallie B. Levy Maria Ann Lezama Jean Ann Lissner John Andrew Lockwood Maripat Loftus Randy Lord Victoria Allyson Lorenz far Y V F , e ,, Q? .. .I Q X xi., Q NX ' .mx M if X N .uw v K V2 , 3 1 E141 , ' X l . X I I - -- Q31-f we K ,. X f 1 1 . , 5 l l ' lt Q it mg, nfl N N if 'ip 1 I X. fl V ...,, A, ,. t,,.., , L is H.-.i,,-,,,w.p' H ' Af 'S - 9+ 1 0,539 - 1 fy X Z , 3 P7-ff' V fi , -yew. ' ww' , .,-.,. y , f 'Y ' , ' ffiiif' , A 44 f -.,,. ,- X 4. ' ' M--.1'32!,5'z':-atrjsfg pgzxzvnzzz-' " A Q 'x.6 x I . ,,. ,Q-.i -.4-I Q3 ,A . ,f L y ,iz , a J. t f ,,c,.Aa',Qf2fa' .. f- l X. 2 V, y...,f r., ' r -vu I William A. Lederer David Michael Lee Andrew Francis Leider Maurine Carol Lems Kyle Leonard Catherine Morrow Licata Diane Susan Lidman Elise Tsin-Chin Lin Bradley H. W. Lippitz Michele Robin Lipsich X 6 -Af ,.,, Jennifer Carol Louis Brian James Love Michael David Low Sarah J. Lundin Steven P. Lutz Katherine Ellen Lynnes Betsy Ann Lyon Deborah Ann Lyons Clinton J. Mabie Martha Joy Macdonald Thomas R. Macdonald Sarah Huntley Mack Theresa J. Mack Brigit Demaris Macomber Anne Kelly Madden William Frank Madden Kathleen Mary Maguire David Paul Maher Steven James Maher Bridget Carol Mahon Jeanne Barrett Maine Diane Catherine Malia Mary Elizabeth Malloy Kathleen Marie Malone John Ignatius Maloney ' A ,, J, 1:3 ,, V , . rib, - .f,f sf fy 4, 1 ' v 1 ,. . A Af rf rg A . ,D1.:,jv, , , JL? 1, . ,, ,. ,M , f' . 'r,t ig , J a ir . f 1'.!.:,'J'j r' y t ,fx . ,a - -. gk ,Q ,wwe r .f , li., X ,. .X l ' K , fi 'L fo L W y mag? ' A. V- , F 1 , K -1 N.: . X Yrfv f A y r f af ff'f ,,., , r.v " ' H 21, I1 775' . 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Q. , if N 3 Ex ,Q s--7 'nd -30 ...I v xx -r' ! -. .W 4 X L., - ,'. ,f A-.1 'gi 1 .1 ,,, ,f'f Ain an y l E, Q a 'uf 1:7 ,xnxx W ., . A W ,I W , , ' ' X 4 - rg x , ig, N4 ' , K W f ' fb f V. 'E' 1: j, awe- r : Q fa 1 if we K 7 '--. Q" fs.. fr, if , ,,w-W, ' 4 72: W " . ' 1 A ' 4 A' 1 4' 7' za' i , ,A ' r ' r f ff' .. 4 A f f-'f , .ff .. ' 5, f , ,, K ,V A 13 y ai -A jr! vw J f " M: ' 'MM V ' l , '- , " f lg 'U . 'MP' V ' fx, , -vw A A ' 'fy ' ' Q," ' I 4 'V,, w 6, , yfgvj-. a. I In In W ,W ,ff -f, f' J 1 v 'fffj 41: 1, A V, ,:,,.i.:1 'lf' if ,- A f. D , X 'fb , . f f I i Y- f , lf I .5 ,f i n , mf Jenny Marie McMahon William P. McMahon Rebecca R. Mead Sumner Price Mead John K. Meier Asa Gunilla Melhus Jay Anne Mellon Beth Ann Mendel Craig T. Mendes William C. Mericle Paul A. Merkel Joseph Shaw Messer Jeffrey C. Miller Karl T. Miller Kristen Nancy Miller SENIORS!235 Randall Bret Miller Lawrence Minton Juli G. Missimer John Pershing Mitchel II Christopher John Moloney Patrick Daniel Moloney Marjorie Lynn Monroe Debra Lee Monsees Dorothy D. Montgomery Virginia F. Montgomery R Sally Lynn Morrison Thomas A. Morrow Karen Lawre Moss Jennifer Lynn Moulton Michael L. Moy Frederick L. Mueller Thomas E. Mueller Cynthia M. Mulliken Christopher J. Murdoch Carolyn Elizabeth Murphey - t if 1 1" - l V .f ft 5352, Q lv 2 ff Y ,fra fu 72, I W X W A , f 4 I R AQ . if 21 ' ' X . 1 -43 ivwrlwf-GMI: , rf-1' ' . Q F3 'nz 'A Q. F Q. N X .,' E O X . A x 9 Page Alison Nader Juliet Gall Naft John Joseph Nash Nancy Jo Neary Natalia A. Nebel 236fSENIORS ei f f, , ff f"Jk4P' A . E N y Zim aff' ' ' 7 ' if X 1 1, V' f '-A wi" Q I ra: W f .f 0 KOA f X 1 A f ALB 'C"1'Z'3'b f 'all' ri 1-07 f ,Q -.aww fi ew f 'HOW X' 46 3? 3 X ,, ff 5, 27, mfg nl. fwzufzlf' N0 X, L ,,. iii' V! . I . I ' .L -Veronica Colleen Moore Kimberly Ann Morden Brant Stebbins Morrell Dwight A. Morris U Paul Morris "i?f,i.f,n ' " 1 M. I4 li Q V 'Q' ' , 92 ff f ' If 1 f ll 1 if 5 ff, f , 1 1 X f , 41 ff, 'W I af f 1 Michael H. Murphy David Murray III Mary Frances Murrin Jonathan P. Musil Laura Myers J cf I V 2 me , yi fa' Q . 11 ' f 25- , 1 iv , j s . di fx 1 -I 1 i i L .,. W1-.7 Robert Alfred Nordhem Lynn G. Nordman Cynthia Lynne Nordmark David C. Norehad Laura D. Norris 1, - f-0' JJ' E' 5 ,, 4r ,rf cific' N 1' -I 's-rf 1 J J 1 Ty 1' -I 1. ...Q I . W i - I N fr -na ,Y -,J 5-4 . if el f Holly Roberts Olsen f ff Qffj f we if 5 M John Daniel O Malley 1 .J W Michael John O Malley Paul shea o Malley W James Patrick oNei1 it iff .. ' 1 , J- mf ' , -ff Q 4' :ff if Charles A. Nedoss Lisa Beth Needlman Elizabeth A. Needler Claudia R. Neil Debra Lynne Nesvig Alicia Vee Neumann Grant William Newby Laura Clark Newhall Robert J. Neylan Audree M. Nicholls Mark D. Norris Michael James Nykaza Edith E. Obenchain Brian Keith O'Brien Joseph C. O'Brien Burke J. O'Connell Thomas A. O'Connor Michael J. O'Dowd Elisa Louise Olderman Kristin Lynn Glds ,fry Z yym ,fwhwuww '43 wuwfwf Thomas Grant O'Neil Paul Onley Michael O'Reilly Sheroll Kaye Oslund Douglas F. Osman SENIORSX 237 Guy C. Packard Jr. Sarah C. Page William A. Panitch Carlos B. Papierski Thomas Grimes Park Michael Pateras Matthew Thomas Paterkiewicz William Taylor Patterson Ephraim David Paul Patrick James Paullus Paul Nicholas Pearce Leslie Anne Pearl Stephen K. Peck Eric L. Pedicini Natasha Lynne Peeples ix' , '. vw X ...,:f'. -f.w. 4V .' .,'- 'HF' Q, , . - a gg f.f,Q.f,, f a 1 QW' ki, ., .' f ight 4 TP1' J f K- .ro vii ' J' 45 ,QV . 1 . lf gin ff' ir - 6 'rs J U 4' .gi .. A - N ' -rj J, v-7 . . 5 .Q i li f . LA .1 .' QSSXSENIORS f., - V - .,,, ,, 4- ' 7 f f ff 0' ,pl I 5 I., ,fyf I H: f f 45 A . -I K f ' ,. " .,,, .Y V. sf Wo, , ' N 'll' - . , V ,4,. 6 ,5 I Q. ? W ff rr ? 1 1 na, 1' .nf dc s r f I A All 'hx .., I yyi f 3 ' v nf l., .. ' I g ff? f ' 1. if .lr gg' " ff? ' Jfffaa., . . ' Af., 7 Q Ji. 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Rottman Elizabeth Rowe Marcie Ann Rubel Jon Bradford Ruby Elizabeth Jane Rude Douglas Donald Ryan John D. Ryan Yxffwa. gh . .,,. W - k If . ,Q :KI 1' fri ii. ff V' J ig A , x I . , ,ar imx 'dz-bi ,',1 .f '1 1 . 1.5- i if' . . .. . ..,,.,,T.., ww.-. W . ,' , ,,f, 1 'f' 'WV , ' ' V ' ' ,M ,. . , rr fy X if 2, William Lewis Powell Elisabeth Powers Joanne T. Powers Geoffrey C. Price Andrew K. Purcell Bruce Rabe Victoria Vience Racker Simon A. Radcliffe J Frederick John Rafanello Kelly J. Rankin Jeffrey Scott Ransom Norton A. Rappaport ,,., v ' , A fm sw gm. John Benjamin Rees Brian Charles Regan Patricia Joan Regan 1-6 52.24 " , F, , I. Es ,fin ' . , ,wr ff Aff ' 1 1 135.211 if -1- in r' A D 75 we J 'za ra r 'gi as .Q a .I . X h h w 9 2 1, :af . 42- A ' ' V X- s-F352 -f' ' , H: :Aj ., - i 'Q A. ' 5. SENIORSf239 l , 1 AJ , -iff! f 4 4+ f , il It K ff 0 "Safe in is-1 vvy ,,, W 1 'i f 'iff 136-3 Q , 1' lb., ' "5 ,. -x.. V-:zzf fc , ' 'ff' I rut, ,i :Fl 7, . , 1 ,f 'Via M 17 I 1. iffy, 4. gf S9 'f f' ' , Deborah L. Schwimmer Beatrice Ann Segal Tanya Elen Segel Marie Danielle Seghers Anita T. Selvaggio ,, 9' yf an ?f.1f1?i?i J f, 55 P .f f L -'fy V ' M Y f v N X ll Nl,' A ' ' ' If 2, iv 5 5 " ...pu ., We ' it x IP Q 1 4, ..,g - 1 !f, Linda Marie Santeler Mary Kathryn Sauer Paul Angus Schacherer Cathleen Jo Schaefer Lindy L. Schechter Robert Schell John Henry Schiele Victoria Schklair Jane Frances Schmid Patricia Leigh Schneider Robin M. Schopen Frederick R. Schramm Stuart Nelson Schuldt Eric Martin Schulz Sally A. Schulte f f f M fff f ff ,3 f . , f? 40' 1 ff , f f 5 .M f Jay Alan Server Eric James Seyfarth Robert P. Seymour Uriah Lee Shang David Campbell Shaughnessy Gail Susan Sherman Ann W. Shine Virginia Nell Shropshire Amy Beth Silberman Laura Jeanne Skaja David Brian Slattery Angela N. Slonicki Alison L. Smith MacAllister B. Smith Clay Smudsky Lorraine DeVoe Snavely David H. Snell Elizabeth A. Snyder Maxine Carol Sontag Carl Martin Sorenson Paul C. Sorenson Robert N. Spellman Oliver W. Spencer Michael Paul Spertus Elizabeth Arlene Squires Violetta L. Srebo James E. Stahl Jeff Stanzler Mark A. Stazy Kenneth A. Stearns X f Debra Lynn Stetter Deborah Jane Stevenson Paul Gilbert Stiles Julie Marie Stinneford Joyce Marie Stocco Leslie Ann Storlie Brian A. Sunkel Robert Emmett Surrnan Janet Sutherland Scott P. Sutherland Robert B. Sweet Michael J. Szafranski William Todd Tangney Kurt K. Tarhan Kristina Luise Tashjian Julie S. Taylor Rachael Marie Taylor Patrick E. Theobald William Joseph Thesing Jr. Lisa Kay Thoennes Jennifer Nan Thomas William Charles Thomas III Richard Thompson III Amie Diane Thornton James B. Tilley 1 4-f .,f,, 4, ,V ' X., V ff.,-Wliarmf. gr '77 f xii. . ,mp :WZ pw 4 " ' 7 ,f X ,f fi if 1, W "rf , ,Q "ii Gf3E!:4PQ:Y45 1,2 7 ff f f g XL, ,f f, , ,, f if ' X ZZ' f ,g J W ,Zi Q f f f .1 -QPU? -J' Hg il .4 , , ' ' 3 f , A A A Qs xiii? 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Weldon Victoria A. Welpott Clarence L. Wendling John M. Wengler Randal Laine Wheeler Sarah Wheeler Brian James White Ann Elizabeth Wiele l 5, X N R are N if xx wr 3 3 X, ' as N Daniel F. Vauzanges Jana L. Veit Janet D. Velde Elisabeth H. Venner Jerome Preston Vye Lindsay H. Waite Robert E. Lee Walker Brooks A. Walsh Richard D. Warner Colleen Jeanne-Marie Wasner .11 ' f William H. Wiersema Linda Anne Wiggins Brian W. Wilcox Bradford Hale Williams Cynthia Lee Williams A I ' jnffnf. 'ff I ' Ef,ZI:?,:T4',:i':Z " fa ' S ...gg 'V ,gigggfx V' I 1 ,fe 1 V Af,.,,v.:',:1 '- ' .flpxjil fgfmyifggkv . H M ' l, , '- -- V 1 T193 5 P223 21, . 'T' 5 2 Q43 V, W , . ,- I. .f ag-1 ' . ' 7 Q- 9 5i'r i I -4,55 gf, , :mn :-2: : :M ' , V ,: Isie 'S , . an .- - YM s .5 - ., 5 ., r X. . .r like-+ g a. N , ,V T ., . Us is '16 'Wait ' 5, o'wilfs4:-:- . +:.,..,.Q at x 'Q ,Y gf. 'K f wx? V AE: X X X . . ww R xx x xx A 53" an vw X Fix 5 x Q. L n- gf, t - A W. si, of ' il Glenn Alan Williams Tamara Ann Williams Teri Lynne Williams John J. Wilson Timothy S. Witt SENIORSX 243 244fSENIORS Z Simonne H. Wysockey Chris Yelton Beth Yenni Linda Young Margaret Ann Yowell Teresa Marie Yunker Ariel U. Zaks Raymond H. Zanarini Vincent A. Zanzucchi Robert F. Zehr IN MEMOHIAM John B Butt Jr Lynn Laurence Seth Isaac Wolpert Jennifer B. Wood Lawrence Milton Wood Jennifer Marie Woodruff Sharon Louise Woolard John Michael Worsek Kimberly T. Wright Peter van Sise Wright Sally Marie Wussler Stefanie L. Wussler W- K , I 1 .M David James Zibble Bradford A. Davis NATIONAL MERIT SEMIFINALISTS - Bottom Row: Diaz, Squires, Chan, Cardinal, Mack, Park. Absent: Buzard, Childress, D'Amato, Eliot, T. Mack, Hanlon. Second: Nash, Farnsworth, Loftus, O'Reilly, Mueller. Third: Nordhem, Stevenson, Thornton, Zaks. Laurence, Morrow, Allen, Beerner, Spertus. Fourth: Ryan, Paul, Hines, S. 5 " - K -Q-'-ff.-,ig "1 ff.,iff-,f.'f,fT"I7T""'1""W"""ff" l l LETTERS OF COMMENDATION - Bottom Row: Graller, Jewell, Dove, Rosenbaum, Baxter, Murray, Pitluk, Callaghan, Jenkins, Watson. Stinneford, Lahey, Stetter, Gutekanst, Hartigan, Bosco, Levin, Fourth: Thesing, Rosenbloom, Nash, Fogarty, Stahl, Hotchkiss, Musil, MacDonald. Second: Hoback, Cascino, Segel, Guthrie, Kerwin, Klawans, Rabe, Blanchard, Koushanpour. Absent: Campbell, Denby, Ivonovich, Larlgan, Dunn, Rappaport, Kaufmann, Berman. Third: Peponis, Murdoch, Kiliany, McMahon, Shropshire, Stiles. NATIONAL MERITXQ45 RIGHTS 8 RESPONSIBILITIES HELPERS Bottom Row: Fox, Mclntire, Needlman, Hammersley, Vye, Farnsworth, Kerr, Schmid, McDonough, Hogan, Regan, Bower, Page. Third: Raffenello, Bissell, Wright, Tussing, Gregg, Jones. Second: Wassman, Snell, Thompson, Maloney, Szafranski, Marquardt, Adams, Burns, D. Bergman, Seyfarth, Price, L. Bergman, Heller, Wood, Beggan, Veit, Mellon, Kusar, Olds, Tinkle, James, Denby, Weaver, Tschudy, Weinkopf, Rossiter, O'D0wd, Rees. SENIOR AD VISERS I frfrf-L l-- I ' I I H , was? ri ' Ja.- F 3 ,ff Bottom Row: Mrs. Dulin, Ms. Christian, Ms. Wayne, Mrs. Kelly, Ms. Johnson, Josefsberg, Mr. McClain, Ms. Peterson, Mr. Lazar, Ms. Scott, Mr. Burnside. Mrs. Herzog. Second: Mrs. Lenard. Mr. Wolff, Ms. Bullock, Mrs. Green, Ms. Absent: Mr. Bachmann, Mr. Barefield, Mr. Buerger, Mr. Elliott, Mr. Enkey, Bell, Ms. Sweers. Mrs. Naro, Ms. Kluka. Third: Mr. Se-verns, Mr. Charles. Mr. Mr. Hirsch, Mr. Harper, Mr. Schulz. 246!R 8: R HELPERSXSENIOR ADVISERS PR ERS A R-4 'I 'F .. - STUDENTS ILLEGALLY IN U BUT GLOOMY OUTLOOIY EMBASSY, KILL CLOSING IM PLANTS WITH CUT 11 KILLED AND S BADLY HURT CONCERT IN CINCINNATI O FOR MONTH O DESPITE U.S. MOVES SLOWLY O P IN MILITARY EUDG DOORS O OHR WINDFALL OIL ACCORD O PO SALVADOR ROFITS JUM ORROOANS ITY AND U FEED O ATION S ORI FOUR SHOT WANT BERT' PRIVILEGESU A MEXICO E AMERICANS FOT 0 ING O URS CRITI Do you support an American boycott of the Summer Olympic Games in Moscow? Have you attended a New Trier East basketball game this year? Should women be drafted? Are you planning to go to college? Do you feel that the host of a BYOB party should be held responsible for any damage done to or by any of the guests? Do you feel that America has the responsibility of preventing the spread of communism? Have you ever completed an entire career module? Do you believe that the U.S. armed forces will become involved in a conflict with another country before 1984? If you were drafted, would you fight in combat? Do you know of any gigs this weekend? Do you have confidence in the political and economic future of the United States? Have you ever owned a pair of topsiders? Do you know who John Anderson is? Do you believe the economic advantages of nuclear power outweigh its various health and security hazards? Do you have faith in either of the American political parties? Do you agree with the school board's decision to adopt the 1-3 plan? 248fCLOSING The student life editors believed that a survey would give a graphic illustration of the opinions and character of New Trier students. Taken in February 1980, the poll reflects a tense time in world and local politics and indicates the concerns of today's youth. YES NO UNDECIDED 14'K: 17'Xz 14W 17W 201: 2O'Xa V ?-1 20'K: 20W 15'N: .liii-. - - .l- ...i.l.i--1- - ,ll-i1 ..li1 , , fy-7, ,, , ,-m.a-umm: qi Sp0ftSfBuSineSS gnwannsk me? o1 ,f o o1Te10e+'o W Z ew L I' 2 obs ' 5 . A K. 4 X if 1 ' f ,Q I q , . ,6 3 ' A dream com true- 'S. 45' hockey ff-'lm good ld fa--ef-fm , hr hm-I W' 111165 S Tl Q t bww oi, G 0, f 0 6 ,I '77 "uf Ilshbr fw. 1, J Hogffk 0 f f 'glgy amz, 4 XY0' Q ,rdf 0 Ill lk -5 WII5 KX! '32 Wo r lpfolll h u hon 0540, t?h:gaE0 W6 xx el' 4 . Q Q y k 1 Q " E 1 . f- - ' " . , ' Q " ,J.ILL'1.,,,. V ' .,- -, .. :: f' 4 1:4 i .Y . x':'16 ff! V-hp' .,g7.', 0 I , . XX -Q . 'lv :: ,.-. ..::1 f .. 4 3 'EZLE1-'32 Q3 '- .CRN Gr if ' if VV X ff, f ' I. ' " 5 .' s ' ' ' .gag 5Tf".i:9? 9 ra: 2 Q 3 W, 7,1 .S l po A W 0.1 14 . Fl 0,6 . 1 oi ' f o M " ,V V T- fy:-i.,-t , Q 'J::,IT.p.7' .1-1 ' . Af, .V - V, Li? -1 I :Z ' ' I 194' EM 3 5 'Q Ml- - .A ,l -I , , it -irq 1, V . - V: if- --A, '- EFS' 95' . 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"?4"15 9'2g1f, "' ' "M TH ,V 3 ' 1 H ,, 4,,,. 4 -- ,i- . CLaurenceD CLOSING! 249 Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconerg Things fall apartg the centre cannot holdg Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drownedg The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity. -W. B. Yeats ,fffii 111,.f mm' s A NICE GAL un: You DOING' IN AN Eccmm' , LLIKE Tus fn The doctor Sald I was sound as a dollar and that scared the hell out of me -Red Skelton Too bad that all the people who know how to run the country are busy driving taxi cabs and cutting hair. -George Burns Today a woman without a man is like a fish without a bicycle. -Gloria Steinem 'PSOXCLOSING L Lora Are the children to receive the arms race from us as a necessary 1nher1tence'P John Paul II We end this decade looking l1ke the helpless giant in Gulliver s avels Heznz H B1eI Forbes na samml0"' Skz Caps 54.50 P Till YJ E,Fli'll'1f,X O Drum f Photos by Cohenj I Kle ... www Q mm f' . if Suk mme eu y T " Q . ,ll ffg 1 "lf The greatest griefs are those we cause ourselves. -Sophocles WAR IS PEACE FREEDOM IS SLAVERY IGNORANCE IS STRENGTH -George Orwell The future's uncertain and the end is always near. -The Doors Hell is other people. - Sartre Ill Memorial March 81 Service N 'mi VIETNAM wAn AND ro 'ms TENS oF THOUSANDS who wu..L. Du: IN FUTURE WARS IF Tm: D1-v.AF'r ls REINSTATED. STCLP DRAFT' Assemble 12 noon Daley Plaza KD Maw mega 5 Memorial Service 2 O0 Thorne Hall NW University 740 N Lake Shore Ur COALITION AGAINST REGISTRATION 8- THE DRAFT 343 5 DEARBORN RM 305 CHICAGO 663 T664 Sat! I eb! 9 4 N ' Bi 23 Url . . I . I I I Co-Ifmnlmn-ll by Ihr Wrnxzrfnnive Sludcni Cnallliun , . It would be better to depend upon the great armaments for maintain- ing peace. -Captain Mahan f1914j The moral is obviousg it is that armaments lead inevitably to war. -Sir Edward Grey 119142 EQ QQQQQQ ffzzeeflgi-3 iiiliii ZRSZIEZLQIEB What a piece of work is man! how noble in reason! how infinite in faculties! in form and moving how express and admirable! in action how like an angel! in apprehension how like a god! the beauty of the world, the paragon of animals! -Shakespeare I Cohen Q CLOSING! 251 PATRO We gratefully thank our friends in the business community for their support. 252fPATRONS Alnor Instrument Co. Anne Hopkins Women's Apparel Baskin-Robbins 31 Flavors Borden's Vitamin Bee Caledonian, Inc. Century 21, McKnight 84 Nash Century 21, New Trier Real Estate Chalet Hair Fashions Chanticleer Designs Cleaners del Lago Clothes Corner, Ltd. Cramer Interiors, Ltd. Cyrus Realtors Der Lipizzan Boots and Shoes Diamond's Park Ave. Meat Market, Inc. Edwards Florist Equinox Ltd. Hairstylists Fields BMW, Inc. Fred's Bicycle 81 Sporting Goods Games del Lago Harold A. Peponis - Insurance Henehan, Donovan 8r Isaacson, Ltd. Jeanette's Salon J-H Kahn Realty, Inc. La Colonna Lady Fingers Lakeside Shoes Lambrecht's Jewelers Lawrence Arthur Hair London Corner Ltd. Designers Marian Michael ChiIdren's Clothes Moderne Cleaners North Shore Cleaners Park Ave. Bootery Platters and Pipes Playback Puritan Finance Corporation Realty World - The Home Exchange Sanford Studios Saville Flowers, Inc. ShmendI's - Ridge Court The Book Stall The Carrot Top The Fell Co. The Linden Store The Royal Chessman The Wilmette Bank Tighe Realty Co., Inc., Top Brass Treasure Island Vose Bootery Wally King's Music Center Weiss Tire White's Drug Store Wienecke's in Glencoe William B. Lucke Plumbing and Heating Wilmette Bootery Wilmette Lighting, Inc. Wilmette LP3 Shoppe Wilmette Sport Shop Abbey, Lincoln Marshall .10S'r19'i.. . . Alny 50.77.222 Eric S. 207 Jerome 107,203, Ann 61, 73. I. 222 Scott 9S,114, 191 42,94. 95.202 Allan 53, Noreen Marnie Eric D 134 Sally F 171 Kevin 47 79 John S. 79. Applegate, Thomas 86,145,196 Arden, Nancy E. 43,841,199 Armagost, Leah Beth 213 Agnstrong, Ben J. 86,109, 4 Armstrong, David C. 63, 202 Armstrong, James Fraser 107,126,214 Armstrong, Mary E. 47, 79,129,201 Amoff, Mrs. Jeanne W. 177,193 Aronson, Daniel B. 222 Aronson, Steven C. 194 Aschauer, Karen Claire 43,161,215 Aachauer, Thomas Artlnn' 72.206 Hall 24,74, Carroll 57,194 79.129 Shawn 47, l 177 Ashmore, Steve G. 46, 142,222 Aiksnas, Tina Margareta Askin. William Frank 199 Askonas, Charles F. 133. 222 Atherton, Jeanette Marie 55.73.206 ATHLETICS 88 Atkinson, Susie 46,419,213 Austin, Clive Esmond 107, 214 Aglstin, Richard Lee 144, 11 Auvil. Paul Reeves 209 Avelg. Susan 51,205 Avil sen, Kathrine E. 212 177,246 Behr, Carole Abby 196 Beil, Mrs. Rosemary T. 177 Beinlich, Jennifer Lynn 201 Beinlich. Sharon Suzanne 212 Beitzel, Thomas Wm. 202 Bekken, Amy Esme 83,l22, 123,144,210 Belka. John C, 190 Belko, Gerald Frank 199 Bell, Kevin T. 213,217 Bell, Mr. Robert B, 177 Bell, Ms. Sharon M, 177,246 Bellack, Robert E. 82,214 Bellamy, Katherine 56,215 Bellanca, Carla M. 139,198 Below, Robin Ann 196 Beltrano, Angelo Mike 223 Bigdy, Edward C. 46,126, Bendy, Michael Thomas 96, 145,198 Bennett, Beth Ann 206 Bennett, Brett A. 132,223 Bennett, James Edwin 86, 152,202 Bennett, Jeffrey W. 109, 198 Bennett, Michelle 47,57, 79,215 Bennett, William David 135,197 Henoist, Tom M. 199 Bonneville, Deborah A. 77,223 Borden, William A. 94, 130.133,21l Borelli, Ricardo N. 212 Borelli, Vir inia M. 195 Bogre, Elizaireth Ann 57, 1 3 Barre, Mariclaire 57,160, 210,217 Borre, Robert Edwin 223 Bursotti, Michael Lee 194 Borushelr, Ruben G, 190 Bosco, Carla M. 159,160, 223,245 Bosco, Joseph 112,133, 134,205 Boshes, Estes Henney 144, 223 Bothfeld. Tracy E. 43,199 Boughner, Ms. Patricia A. 177 Bovenschulte, Dave F. 203 Bowen, Margaret Grace 73, 204 Bowen, Stephen James 82, 83,112,204 Bowen, Tana L. 47,139, 207 Bower, Rebecca 50,86,217, 223,246 Bowers, Karen Z. 190,223 Box, Richard Thomas 107, 1e4,2os,211,217 Burns, Andrew McIntosh 112,210 Burns, David Owen 103, 127,196 Burns, Mary Ellen 114, 224,244.246 Burns, Thomas R. 95,202 Burnside. Mr. Peter W. 103,151,177,246 Burnstan, Richard S. 224 Burr, Laura McClintic 198 Burrill, Laura 207 Burrill, William E. 224 Burstein, Harold John 53,103,205 Bush, Brian Lewis 95, 125,146,205 Bush, William Stuart 212 Buseey, Brian K. 224 Butler, Elizabeth 114, 118,202 Butler, Molly McClure 224 Butt, Jr. John Baecher 86, 197,244 , Butterworth, Anna B. 50, 224 Butterworth, David 134, 197,216 Butz, James R. 144,224 Buzard, David Andrew 59, 184,244,245 I H. , Bfffon' Mm' F""'m M' aognl, Ann Elizabeth 129, . jg., 1 4 '. 1' " M" John J' 149' Boyd, James William ss, ' 205 71 Marlon E' 56'121' Boyer, Kenneth Paul 86, - 205 . ..3" 1f-A Paul Rlchard Boylan, Ms. Rebecca L. 'f' 177,194,197 r Boyle. Charles A. Cachare1is,JoelA. 211 5, xg Bnylffr DF- ROM!! R. 177 Cadden, John Baker 224 'f BOYS' ENSEMB1-E 73 Cadwell, Mr. John H. Jr, , ' Boysen, Stephanie A. 193 109,137,177,202 ' if 5 rae, ami e nn wg, , , Auf 'yi' M, A , Ms Mary Am, Brandlein, James E. 224 F42,173,l209nEo 4 r' I f f I - l 'E ,' Brandon, Mark R. 94,144,224 Caldwell, T , ,, , 1 N 535553, ,p aw -.V I . J I M, 50 223 246 Bfnndsr Tnmnfn J? 202 224., -. r. I 7 A ., f f i ff 721 s 43 Bfnndwemf BME 1011224 cnleeiniim- ' sir .i...r4f':f" ...gf Brnndwein. Debra Jay. ' .0 7 fr. f f-Q ' - -ff. onli 390,193 El. 1 - '- .14 . . , ' f 4-4 . '.r:.gL 1531.1 errinrrrr, cnrirlgisaliearw if ' 2 arrttlenf. alrrlrnri r ' Brattleaf, Brian WJ 95.205351 ' "" -j:gQ?5j1gQQf.-- r: 1 ':?'i . . Breckheirner Mary E'5i14 if 'M 55E5if Vs?'?31i ".. Bw., 1 ' '-1v':"32f r-715917. F23 ' "" N' .' Bzifgliigaick Lyon, 1572 -L: ,. 0, 'v- aiennnn,..5Fn Fayiga I 1' 1 " 2 Brenniinr-.,, iiiweue nie 1 .' " ,Et 'LQJ15 N12 " Iii J' . , 52512232 2255? 'Er ' 97,145g194' -- . ' ' -7' 2237 17 . 1 Wf Brennan. MiCnm s Camoosa, L ,,,,s..:. .,,,-'eL, . 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'Lfk . gif-3-1 Q4 -j, 4 ,,ff ,.f4 '.,f ,M , ,, 14' , , :., , ' 'f ' , J A f" . gnbenlCIi:r11?5s2g?,211 ,f'.,4g.g e ,gz,,,g 4:.Q,,,, , M4225 eV43,2i6jwW ic WMg21?5,21iQl,Zcy Linda 74,82. ,, , , 72 Flgigiqcshiiine 46.47, 'aff 1, 1 'HBH - ,',' ,V "f"',. ,f 2 ,V .1 ,, V W ,, 139 2 f , ,, ,747 , ' Coleman,'Christo her 214 V, ,,-gg,lg'E,,-ffi,l:f-V- '74-r1.,,n,,,,',,g,,,3,,,Y - 1 , f ,Qnfhlfg , ,,, ,, , V, ff'f' . Vf 1725275 ' Ellvbood, Marjox-ieV.2f064 Fl M ' ,7'f7f, ,. , f fi "?,!7f.,, 4 Cggman, Deboraii Ann,9B,. ,421 Yyfy Egljw 7 , , V V, Enubem la, VV, 1 iarn W 24,4 , -"' f V V-rw, , VV V777 f ' . , ' ' 'f " flw 4' Colette, Mary, Claire 207 " 1 f -1 Q., , EL 1034515 E hge Bmw 73 74 209 Flynn' Kathleell lef I V, Q ,y X 1 MH?" . . . ,,,,ij,g ,I , ,, 7 , , 7 ,V , ,113 ,, , , ,. , Flynn Kevin ,IEW 204vy ,yn Colliaa Emily Elizabeth 1.42.4 ,.fmw1,f:4.:.7"1c4,'Vf7'.,f., ' . Dv ,9 V195 . Eirierson Meredith H 49 2 ' ff f P' ' M' 19, ' V 1' 61534, 1:4 , , nnlyn 1. 2,,7,2,6' ' ' ,4 I Collins. Haley 69,144,209 771552 27521 ' 'ff ' . , ' 'fl , . , M ' Emery, Steve 205 F " any Joan,-ie 82' f' ' Colrwn, J11lie,M- 210 DANCE Dgyqs ,f Dominik' James Wlllmm " 7 ' .VE1nrner1, Mnrgarew, 203 ' 31,205 f. cfsgeau' Dems Nicolas 72' Dsncey,VM1e154e1 Allen 226 ' anha Dod , Z, Emi' 1011, Richard Uxwell Fogarty, Thomas John 82, "V Z COMMUNICATIONS 154 DHnSef5el3+'E5Win H 196 4650755226 ,V 62'86'8Z'227 l33'227'245 ' 'C C Eu b h S Daniels, Elizabeth Marie Do,gB,Q,5"Dnn5,5,'sp2i90 ,:4y,, , Enkey, Mr- Robert A4 Fofartyvlom 152,204 onant, za et cott ,, ., . Dsmhuevjames Patrick f.-,ry 179345 4 pfgey, 10555391 Dawson ,A '54, 35,811,208 CONCERT BAND B6 Conn, Patricia Dianne 198 Connell, Patricia Louise 149,211 Connolly, Francis A. 101, 205,216 Connolly, Karen E. 112,211 Connor, Nora Kathryn 199 Connors, Charles W. B. 225 Connors, Gayle E. 129,198 Connors, James J. 133,225 Connors, Susan M. 73,170, 207,216 Conran, Michele Ann 50, 204 Conroy, Thomas M. 225 Constacl, Andrew Davis 112, 145,207 Constan, Kath W. 194 Conte, James 83,142 196 Conte, John R. 127,202 Conway, Christina Ann 47, 79,129,225 Coogan, Christopher 225 Coo , Brian James 11. 195 Cook, Jonson Blair 204 Cook, Marie L, 57,170,211 Cook, Scott R. 195 Cooley, William Henry 82. 83,205,216 254flNDEX 198 , ,4 ,, Daniels, Ma. Laura M. 178 Daniela, Samuel.W, 20-5 I Daniels, Stephen Draper, 103Q1,Zl3,204 , f Daniels, Timothy D. 104, 15321 105,106 Danilovics, Paula 77,226 Danilovics, Tija 77,86, 226 ' Dauchy, David 213 'Dauer, Christopher Scott 160,170,211,217 Dauer, Lesley Katherine 137,194 Daugherty, Chari Dawg! David, Jennifer -, Davidson, Dana BNIGBEZQG Davidson, Margaret Davis, Angela 56,144,207 Davis, Bradford A. 244 Davis, Cynthia 51,203 Davis, Eric Rutherford 56,170,203 . Davis, Mr.1W. Hughes 98, 101,178 Davin, John C, 170,214 Davis, Julia Snow 56,73, 144,205 Davis, Karen J. 114,194 Davis, Mark Cameron 206 Davis, Scott Baxter 226 ' 204 Donahue Mar aret W 199 :mb ., he if Crawford 210 Q1 NI1sllM. Evelyn "W ,jgf,1:17s,195 'wlfbonohue Me an M. 226 mmf waiter Charles 214 ' V Gain, Angela K. 87.144, 11198 ' Douds, Laurie Ann 37,210 Dougherty, Allison H. 56, 190,226 Dougherty, George 207 Dougherty, Mrs. Vivian H. 178 Doughty, Bruce Waldo 53,215 Dove, Charles A. 171, ,V 1 226,245 , , 7 ff 'X ' Dow, Sarah Jane 226 1, Dowen, Elizabeth Ellen 56,195 ' Dowen, Eric Arman 147,226 Downey, Catherine S. 46,0 72,74,B0,213 , , Downey, Jennifer Shelby rf" D201 G 1: owning, cry . 94, 144,226 Drake, Ms. Martha L. 178 Drayton, Michael V. 202 ' Ernst, M. Elizabeth 73, ,W 147,205 Enyart, Mig, 199 EOC 60 fjfflb Epkins, Cairlilnblffrgaret , ' 47,77,?6139.211 My Ernst, A orge W. 72, I ' ,, 160,205 86,121,206 ,,, Ergpger, Neitfflrnmett 202 , f f Camilla, Carl Paul 227 9, milla, Daniel L. 73, Evans, Ellen G. 227 ff Evans, Margaret Anne 211, Everingham, Ruth Anne Everly, Linda Margaret ' E213l M Md ver y, r. ,, 7' X477 179 Evert, Jennifer '195 f FACULTY 17g,,,v 1 f, -'Vl.45,l9B Wy f Folkl, Tod A. 46,142,227 My Folland, Charles E, 83, ' 109,186 FOOTBALL 9 , , Foran ,V 'X 47137, 194' ' nj?" Fo 1' " 7, rt W. 135, 15 'f 'Y ' Fosse, Ericlrwin 227 , .,,. 4: Posse, Lise Jane 202 Foasler, Marion Lee 212 F oster, Tracey Michell Fowk ,Heather Lynn 41:35 GQ, 252,521 af 46, so if . 129351, Fowler, Stacey Aljlsoii' 51, 79,215,217 Fox, Alexandra Brooke 77,207 Fox, Barbara Ann 136, fW149,228 117401, Gwynne Marshall 59, 228,244,246 Fox, Leslie Men f ,190 Fox. Sara Benny? ' Foy, Carol Renee 195' 'QE-V, Fragaasi, George D. 147,204 Francis, Edward P, 125,26 W ,V., , , ' .7 ,7. ' 7452. ,,,, M fu ,, f 5 ,259 .QA 7 WK! . 7.9 C77 1 Qi? 4. . 5, 3 fV.j,1,g4,,a,- fQ '44, , f, 1 1 ff , ,. 79177 4 1 Ziff! ff 1 if fff ,ff 4 9 wa,2o7 v 1, n , V . A A v- l v N v v l va ' 0 .:. .ft L - fx W .V ' -- , I 2 Aa" ' ,l ' 1 .1 3 'An f ' Ji Q iff vi 7, ,I I I ,V -. 1' - FF 201 ' . I 6, Gs! V gy ,. Y . , 1 ' till' f -:HG '. Il V K G " ', . Q 5 ,yn ' , In ' 7 , A , f , ' y . y I . " ' " I f' 200 I 46 f ' va w 'Q '.f2 161il212 1' ' f 'Q Wm "W 1 . , , ' ,l f ff ky? f f, 1 ' xp ,,,f X ., ,Y , I H 4 fy 'gf ' 9.. . L3 l ,, 1 , 3 1 ,X ' ' , , 1 l :A , Q , I , My fn MQW f I ' M A- -f . 1 f , 4.-, 4 .55 MM 1 :Q 'A ff , .ff .mf - 3 f J f A ff X A-'f' .1-ya-1 M.. Francis. Ken J. 195 Frsnqs, Mary Allison 207 Francxs. Scott P. 214 I-Rank. Peter Joseph 228 1-3-anke.Ed'rclS.1 k, 533355. Clllxexlles Bralglglls Franklin, Michael K, 202 Franz, Mrs. Had 179 H-ana, William lgdwaxd 214 Frechette, Kathleen 56,199 Frechette, Kristin L. 194 I-Redman. Amy E, 49, 93-315 , . Freedman, Kenh M. 228 Freeman, Glenn Paul 209 Freeman. Julia M. 195 l-Eeeman. Margaret Holmes 11-1,118,213 Freeman, Russell T. 215 Frei, Jennifer J. 80,228 Frei. Thomas Albro 101,103,195 French. Deanna Desiree 11-1,198 FRESHMEN 192 FRESHMEN HELPERS, BOYS' 41 FRESHMEN HELPERS. GIRLS' 39 Freud. Douglas Robert 228 Freund, Gregory Joseph 153,152,203 Prey. Bradley M, 197 Frev. Daniel Scott 204 Prey Mr Norman L 119 Prev Susan Hilary 57 1:29 160 228 Fnedlander Marv Jane 46 41 S0 139 213 Friedman Enka Ann 728 I-'nedrnan Mrs Helene R 119,210 Freldmau Joshua 'I' 204 Fnedman Laura Anne 13 907 Frxedmann Ms. Pamela Y 79 Fnednchs. Kirsten 118 '712 Fnend Mott Charles 101 135 198 Fnend Wm. J 13101 214 711 Frommelvvr Julxa M 199 FROSH BOPH PLAYS 68 FB Jaime C 120121 143,144 'us Fuchx,Xn1an J 5f13201 Fuck. Pamck Robert 94 1-H 917 had Plrju. baxgo Cle 13, 12-1.228 Fuyn Thea W 56 193 Piman, Anthxg A 206 Funan Julie en 213 Furca Allison L 139 201 Fuses Lvnn Mane 43 194 Gabe! Junailmn Ormes GG 198 Ms ne 'Vlaxy J 1 9 Gahala? Mr John W01 fl? Game, Jacquehne Gay Galhranh Ellzabeth 5a a1,1r 28 Gale 111 ll 94 228 WL eter A 145 EM Gallams Craxg Thomas 107133 209 Ganteaume Freddy 79,204 Ganwadiie, Ines 209 Gan?-L Matthew John 103 134 196 d anrjlian ra Mary 228 Nina K. 191: a, Robert 109 202 Garden My Thomas ,L 101 104 179,210 ardmer MAIgBIB'tE 196 Garrett, Lzhsel 83 86 109 145 8 Gan-eu. agwmms S 86311 arhson Robert Arvldf 1 f2Cl4'17 My 19 199,216 Gately R Michael 105 106 107 146 228 Gately Susan 06 144 Qeary Kathleen A 43 Gnr fy!! Gemesse J1l1fW114198 Vafmela Jean Melxsaa Mary 209 Q1 George na M 228 CGer " de f f ,ZS , 1 29 1 Gzgagbng Paul Sqxlivan 142 2091 Gerhts Franny? 195 ,go Gerrard Jana Lynn 188 18 191 6,6 179 jf ler Johlznxlihur 96 Thomas 63 fffyff I Ggitsgzgow grett Schnefiier Geweke William Todd 228 Gxanukos Peter D 74 206 Gxbbons, Debbie n 203 Gibbs Erika 170 198 Gxbson 4 If 109198 4 ' Gibson ' ' ,7, ,241 Gillis, Audrey Anne 57,206 Gillis, Martha E. 87, 217,228 Gilmore, John Patrick 82, 217.223 Gilson. Matthew William 47.79.127.204 Gilson, Thomas Andrew 82, 84,86,2I5 Gion, John Michael 73,213 Giordano, Amy Paul 39,41 177.228 Giras. Elizabeth J. 56,209 GIRLS' CHOIR 73 GIRLS' CLUB 38 GIRLS' ENSEMBLE 72 Gix-ke. Rebecca 197 Gitlin. Naomi Susan 57, 36,147 Glass, Steven Howard 86, 87,147,202 Gleason, Mrs. Max-ylou 176 Glick, Matthew Stuart 82, 83,109,114,169,170, 203,216 Gluckman, Gordon Robert -1630.1-12.215 Gnaedinger, Sally 228 Gober, Mr. Robert T. 176 Godfrey, Lisa C. Bl, 74.215 Goese, Joseph T. 83, 94,209 Goff. Peter Emmett 79, 127.205 Goldberg, Caroline J. 86, 193,216 Goldberg, Susan V. 57177, 208,209,217 Goldblatt, Vicki v. 228 Golden, Dennis James 209 Goldman, Tamara Ruth 56.228 Goldsmith. Mrs. Shirley 179,210 Goldsmith, Susan Kay 49, 30.98,161.215,2Z17 Goldstein, Mr. Lewis D. 179 GOLF, BOYS' 111 GOLF. GIRLS' 110 Golin, Ellen 5182. 210,217 Golub, Jusica A. 195 Golub, Todd Robert 69, 75,213 Gomez, Amy M. 199 Goodie, Sharon E. 73, 161,213 Goodie, Steven J. 83, 86,198 Goodman, Eclee Jo 86, 149,194 Goodman, Grant Conway 47, 79,126,212 Gooselaw, Kathryn A. 72,223 Gordon. Alan F. 4636, 87,142,214 Gordon, Joseph Nathan 41, 46,w,142,228 Gggvman. Kathleen Ann 51, Gorman. Nora Ann 207 Gorman, Patrick C. 94,228 G-orshow. Mrs. Naomi 179,211 Gotsis, Lia Susan 193 Gotta, James Robert 205 Gould, Christopher P. 82,209 ' Gouki. Elizabeth J. 43. , 57.191 , V Gould, 1 'd Eugenie 121.2o1ng1l I, Gould, Jonathan B. 170, ' 213,217 ' V , , , f H, Gould, Laura S. 199, r"ff ffl, 'rf , Gquld, Patricia M, 37,2281 ' Giiuid, Arthur 97, S' , 142,199 , 1 P' Gourley. Erik R. 144,211 ' f 1 Gradvilp ,3Hghecca'S. 83, 1, ,V 122, ' yuh, Juanagm D0F'8ld,,,Wv I I li , 58? , 1' ' 44 .,,, 'f Q 53521, fm Mm . Graham, Jenn f'fQQQfff98 L' ' Graham, Willimiif',Sg:2,Ql MIQSJQ9 M14 Grilier, Amy Cazqlr 74,77, H D. 46, , 82,228 ' ,, ' f Gmnath, Cathgtine'fB. 43,80,86,. V 21135, ' ' A Grand',fHarry J. 114, ' 145,197 , Grannan, Jmiiiier Riley Gm' N J' 203 rnifvnan, ancy een Gran ufiff ' A, , th 57.237 gray. kvy 11053215 250 ra , at 5 , 10, . Qi, y ' . ?1'homa.s G. 12,499 GreefY,'Mrs. Alice L. 179,246 Green, John Brian 228 ' Greene, Andrew 197 Q, ftflioward E, 210 , e, .Jennifer L, 196 Gfieeiier, Thomas Max 101,203 Gregg, Virginia Dawes 39, , ,I 43,114,117g11s,1s4,22s. gg 1244.246 'Q?!regorYQ Mx, William P. 161 217 , G1ll Mm cami 179 f , , , 0 ,gf Gnbm c es f G1 Mr Frankhn I 179 X XN 179,190 fl: Qwf grene, gnkew rene, re ory 4,7 Gribble, Alison A. 'Vg 57,205 ,.,. Griesser, Kimberly A. 47, 79,228 Griffin, Ms. Mary Ann 179,210 Grifmh, Brian Ladd 109, 125 198 ' ' Grif11th,Sl1S1i1!w ,208 W Griffiths, J?y2 7,2196 ,,gz,,, cfimhke, Gmh, Mr. 1 'f' Grove, Douglas WW 1, Grundcis, Scott E. 211 Grunow, Jason M. 72,197 Grunow, Kristen Lisa 73. 161,209 GUARD 46 Gunc, Lale 195 Gunn, Charles Bradley 46. s2,86,142,22s Gunn, Damon Mott 46.82, 86,142,229 Gunnels. Kimberly Ann 202 Gutekansl, Joan 229,245 Guthrie, Brenda 46.74, 139,229,245 Guthrie, Bruce MacClemnl 102,160,212 Guthrie, Bruce McM 107,211 GYMAGINATION 79 GYMKANA 47 Gglg1NAS'l'lCS BOYS' l GYMNASTICS GIRLS' 128 Gynn, John 132,215 Gynn, Robert Matthew 133,209 Ha, Bo Kun 229 Ha, Bo Tai 229 Hsase, David 195 Haberman, Audrey Ellen 193 Hackett. Constance A. 72, 74,l22,l44,229 Hackett. Edward Michael 202 Hackett, Susan K. 197.216 Haderlein, Jacquelyn R. 56,197 Haclerlein, Liss 56,215 Haffey, John P. 97, 127,196 Hagber , Jay D. 206 1-lagg, Sgtaffan Karl 114,214 Hahn, Darci L. 211 Hahn, Mark Thomas 211 Hahn, Nancy B. 212 Hahn, Valerie Cecile 37,229 Haigh, Juliette Louise 210 Haith, Kathy Lyhh 199 Hall, Alison Gordon 39, 74,77,229 '..f Hall, Mr. Dean D. 179,211 " Hall, Katherine 57.209 Hall, Pamela Jean 114, 119,212 , K Hallenberg. Ann K. 198 Hallenberg, Christian A. I 114,145,202 I Ham, Mr. Stepheri C. 179 Hamilton, David Joseph , 197 Hamilton, Leigh Anne 209, Hamman, James Townley'197 Hammerman, Michael MQ' 171,184,217,229 Hammersley. Bruce 132,209 , I ' Hammersley, Howard,A. 41, 102,125,229,246 V, Hammond, George Starrf194 ' Hammond, Stuart 94,212 Handelman, Daw11f207 Handelman, Donmi J. 57,197 Hands, Helen Mf82,86,87, 449,229 , jf 1-1rgney,'fMal.thQw William " 197 , ,L ,V Hangren, Chdstine A. 122,144,203 ' ' Hangren, Mr, Richard F, 179 f ' ' Hvhiz Timorhy'J?"i09,, fr 127,132 51 1' ,, lf Hanley, Elizabeth 199, 'Q Hhnlon. 5wau'fKir1f,x,x4g,' nf, 115,121,229 245 iQ ,igf,,3Q?j ' f Hansen,,T6i1d n.',19wf',q1,f- Hansenhe, Anne'C96il53a-' K 57,2291 V f" 'Uh' ' ' Hug1y,BaLl'i,Anh 229 'H f HArdy,'Eli1abgth Ann 150.210 ' , ' ' Harford, Barbara Jean 190 Harford, Jim Ramond 204 Hargett, Michael 16.47, 79,217,229 f f , Ha:knessQ,Jennifqr 194 if Hlitfgrxess, Sars Gains ,f, 51.215, , ' ' 1 Harnifm, Charles DQ213 f , Harnack, Chriscognher 202 Harney, Hiward , . 94, Q , , 133-713, , "", ' Harney,"1'0m M. 96,147wf ' 152,197 , , ,, Hager, Mr.'Antony J. 13 ,246 f Harrington, John B. 109, . 133,205 Hazringtun, Michael P. 102,126,220 HarrIng1.rm,fSllly Ann 39, 118,136,229 Harris, Heidi Camlihg 79,211 ' , Harris, Jon Wesley 531' 101,210 ' Harris, Melanie Jill ,98,99,229 ,, 0 Harrigan, Lduxa Marie ' 'k,' 118,119,203 lion, Tracy 57.206 Hakim, Renata Jane 57, 72,213 , Hart, Gtaffrey Arthur Hart, Pixula Mary 198 Hart, Saiilifllurln 46,l21, 1442153 , Hamel. Daniel Edward 83,229 I , ,I Hamel, Tom Lee, 82153, , 170,218 'f "" 1 f Hartigan, Eileen 80, ' f' 87,194 7" I I 1 125,215 B f f:j2"f,', Grundeis, Jill ar f E Beth Anne 2671452 ,Way '14, . f'f3,Q-ffffv, 'WWW r ff' F" ' ,,,1 Af Wy, " f' 42 7' ,,f,Vfff ,ffy amyfxzxmg ' g, f inll Hartigan, Mary K. 229,245 Hartman, Jean Louise 43,194 Hartman, W. Andrew 212 Hartmann, Mary S, 196 Hartmann, William A. 214 Hartnett, Kevin P. 229 Hartunian, Andrew M. 229 Harvey, Caroline D, BO. 193,216 Harvey, Elizabeth D. 201 Harvey, Leslie 190 Haser, Clara M. 74,77, 171,229 Haser, Maria Todd 74, 77,215 Hanley, Ill Robert P. 202 Hastings, Mary Margaret 73,86,87,119,1-19,201 Hatton, Kimberly Burrell 57,9B.99.213 Hauldren, David Gerard 202 Hauptle, Nancy K. 190,229 Hausfeld, Mr. James 179 Hausheer, Jennifer L. 229 Hausheer, Robert Stuart 134,206 Hawk, Jamie Beth 43,198 Hawley, J. Devereaux 72,199 Haworth, Mark 204 Haworth, Steven 229 Hayes, Donald John 109, 145,194 Hayes, Howard R. 42,95, 133,204 Hayes, Kathleen Ann 86,202 Hayes, Jr. Richard J. 205 Hayford, Michael Edward 1l2,134,197,216 Hayford, Susan Marie 80,202 Hays, Paul D. 211 Head, Damian P. 95,125,206 Head, Ellen P. 57,210,217 Head, Maru E. 193 Heal, Stacyllynn 217,229 Healy, Cathiiriue A. 195 Healy, Elizabefilri 229 Hector, Joseph'F,,229 Hediger, Robert H49-1,229 Heewr, Christie,LynXx 86, , 137,149,210 , Hegarty, Kimbeplglid 213' Hendt, pgvuwg 125,21-1,72 lieinen, Deborah S. 229 Heinze1iQfSh:phen Raymomfiall I' ' 213229 wmam E. ls, , "" 170,229 , ' Heins, Channin J. 198 Heitman, Bradford Jack 112,205 Hellman, Charles S. 106,229 Helfrich, Mr. Gene R. ' 95,176 Heller, Catherine F, 39, 55,57,229,244,246 I Helmer, Elizabeth 'gy Q-,f Hemke, Eliubgmmnse 72, se.s1.2u ,,,. , Hendex-son','Jr, Joseph 229 Hendergqn, Julie Marie, 137,14Z199 L ' Izenderson, Mark'Garfie1d ,, U .4 , Henderson, Martha W. 43, 36,194 Hendijck, George K. 127,196 Hendrij, Beth Noel 73,207 Henneuse, Ms. Vera 121,136 Hennessey, Andrew Joseph 103,195 1-1ennessey,'John G.'210,,. H Hennessy, Gerald J. 46, 74,141,142,230 Hennessy, Patricia A. 119,137,194 Herbst, Martin 46,144, 147,213 Herbal., Mgry Ryan 73,1444 , 205,216 ' , ,,,', f Herlockdr, Carol P.,119,' 137,199 Hermeling, Timothy Lee ' 3 7 204 , Herndon, Carol Lynn 1391201 Herndon. Wm. Charles 83,215 ' Heroux. Roger Joseph 109,145 1942216 ,V Herron,'lVlsrk Weai'er'96,. . 135,152,196 Herron, Morgan N, 94, 151,212 Herzog, Mrs. Mary Jo 98, 179,246 Heruxh, Beth 156,198 , , V k He!:5xeringtqn,fStAcy L,f ', . 20 ' 4 ' Hewett,Char1es C,,230'fQ f Hickmah, Mary Elizabeth X99 Hicks, Stuart Coleman 217,230 Higgins, Jill Elizabeth 75,210 ' Higgins, Lauren Marie 51,57,20B Higgins, Maura P. 122, f 144,198 Hill, Corwin D. 144, 214.217 Hill, 111 Melville C. ff 42.230 Hill, Steven Conrad 199 Hillman, Mr. Floyd B. 179 Hilsabeck, Mrs. Alison 179 ' Hilsabeck, Mr. Stephen 'A. 96,179,211 ' Hilton, Linda J. 43,230 ' Hinds, Grace S. 56, f 161,191 1 Hindsleyf-lody 230 Hines, Ken John 230 I Hines, Matthew M. 53,160. 217,230,245 , I Hinkamp, Gretchen Mane 87,122,144,160,209 Hegarty, '194 5 , f Hinman. Julia P, 209 Hinshaw, Jennifer B. 46, 69,72,74,230 Hinshaw, Judith Wade 137,206 Hirsch, Mr, Carl F. 180,246 Hirsch, Ronald A. 101,202 Hirschle, Heather Anne , 56,206 ,"' Hirschtritt, Laura A: 56, 170,195 1 ' Hirsh, Nancy Ellen 75, 121,230 ' Hitt, Jeffrey Buell 212 ' Hladishfbonna Marie 86, 91.206 f , ' Hoagland, Laura L69 55, 57,160,219 Hoaglanzfjiliishard S. 103,196 ' ' Hodrd, Richard H, Hoard, Tricia Suadn 215 Huback. Amy Ann 73, 230,245 " Hoback, Carrie E. 199 Hoback, Christophe! L. ,230 Hodgson, Chrisf.opher,L. 206 1 " ., Hoffman, Elizabeth E. 57,195 . Hoffman, Mary Bethf 212 ' , Hoffman, Matthew 82, H " B6,107,212,217 . ,r Hoffman, Scott T. 230 Hofma.rln,,Jr. Riclzazd D. ,,, 42,109,204,216, " ' f Hogan, Audlfey'E. 217, 230,244,248 g 5 Hoit, Mmme 195' 1 Holland, .Amy Victoria, " If 114,207 f, ' U Houma, Elizabeth 1. M 7,7 99,193 ,M Holland, Margaret Anne ,iw 215 if ' Holland, Stacey 46,51,61, , ,,-r W 74,215,217 -1 Hollander, Jocelyn Ann ,If ss,s7:19s ' Hollenbetg, Nina Lynn 193,216 ,gg Holleran, Lynn Kathleeizg, ,f 136,149,203 ,jf 5 Holleran. Sgibtt Mattkyf 59 196 72' Hollins,Mzs, Nancy V , ff 180, Ho11ov7ay,,1iim 209 , Holmb6rg,Judith M. 4632, ' Z 51,77,217,23D Holmes, Lauri L. 194 X gplzhgs, Mfellinda 322 Y fu Vplmgr' en, ames , :QQ ' 2125.203 Hdliifgiger, Miss Louise ' 1'Z6z ,, - If, Hocfffiorii, Denise J. 195 Hodlljsprrst, Desiree T. 32237 1 79,210 H01-ky, Katherine Grace 1931 ','m.17 , Ho1n, L. 212 , Homazeig! Vicwr , Q Hoigr,s1.ein.Jef1f5yHfD.230 f' f Jamesllriigg ' Hord1i5QMichae1E. 1 1l2,102iEf4,1 : ' , J, H0rwn,'2'Feif!d19o H0rwiwh,n4g13g1 Ross 1, :ff ' , F-1016203 kgg, 09 in, QQ 'fix' 42,145x204, Hosbein, um ffl, 2 43,213 Hosbem, Magix 161,21"gI?'fQzi4 W Hmm, Lisa g 198 X ,,HoslLins, Hichafd S. 106 , ,1-Iossack, Diami C. 194 f' if Q Hostert, Lim Ann 41,xgs,WQ, ge , Hostert, Pamela JeqnHeQV 3 ', ff' ' f , 80,195 , 1 ' A , , , ,,,'Hos3.etler, Ms. Jian L. ig ,ff 54514 ,180 1: LM' y ff K ffHohchkiss,Jp'Jgbn R. j 63241.je.A6,gQ.14g.2ao,245 , -V 'Hwghcma,Robm G.97, ,5 1 mffw135-152,199 1 1 :Hougbwn,,Gordfm-Knggm, , f,f , ,202 P te drqvl f ,,,V 425, 1 V' 4 jgyayydlf V,,,,,q,,,.y,,v,, ,,,'.11ip. e r 222155, Ellubnlz - ' 'f , 'Q' ,, rl V ' K ' ,jlfguriiiig 1 0 Owe! .' Us ,JL .'zf,4fI4,W32g, Howard, H?-lan "'1 114,125,151 we, 1, ' Howard, Jenniigrfnlkrden ' 79 202 206 1 5273! ' 2 Howarfl, Jefrpiiftr Celene 47,144 J " 'Hpwngdgqifaseph Gerard 230 i"' Marla 37 230 H H66f1hnH, Scott Ruymond 1 1'-114,213 - Fnilbbarcl, Connie 79, 'fffg0'230 fQHuckg John Chamberlain V 86,142,194 Y , ::Huebner, Cynthia Jane 210 Huert.er.,Mr. Joseph C. 180 Hunter, Jacqueline B. 199 Huff, Michael Kale 94, 133,151,217 Huggins, Mrs. Charlotte 180,211 Hughes. John W. 109,198 Hughson, Mrs. Claire L. 180 Hughes, Tara Ann 137,203 Huguelet, Thomas More 96. 170,196 Hummel. Rebecca Jean 230 Hummel, Virginia 203 Humphrey, Ann G, 80,196 Hung, Catherine C. 43, 73,121,203 Hung, Chun-Chuan Susan 72 Hunt, Barbara E. 195 Hurley, William R, 209 Hum, Julia Ann 59.74, 190,230 Husak, Jenn Ann 7532, 86,201 1NDEXf255 R. 109, Husak, Peter Douglas 97, 142,152,192,199,216 Husak, Sally Anne 39,47, 69,74,77,161,230 Hussey, Melissa Lee 57, 80,197 Hunting, Gretchen M. 80,230 Hutten, Mr. James C. 1s0,203 Hynes, Lee Ann 47,230 Ida, Kyoko 203 Ieuter, Jake A. 95, 152,205 Ieuter, William 75,151,215 Lgliori, John Jordan 205 I.M. 62 Ingersoll, Jared S. 142 Ingersoll, Paul R. 127,197 INKLINGS 171 INTERESTS 26 Ipavic, Diana Karolina 73,170,202 I.T.V. 169 Ivanuvich, Francis J. 230,245 Iverson, Karen Lynn 230 Jackson, Bruce David 114, 160,217,230 Jackson, Dierdre M. 230 Jackson. Shanna V. 196 Jackson, William Duncan 04 Jacob. William Blair 230 Jagobs, Jennifer Susan 1 4 J acohs. Zachary Thomas 215 c. 214 Lilly P. Ralph David J ohnson, J ohnson. 83,199 Joan M. 207 Julie L. 82, Johnson, Ms. Julie W. 2 171,l80, Johnson, 212,217 Johnson, 210 Johnson, 152,196 Johnson, Johnson, 46 Laura Ann Karen Elimbeth Mark Kenneth Steven Louis 190 Susan Annette Johnson, Steven C. 231 3 72,74,21 J ohnson, 51 ,74 Johnson, 180,190 Johnson, 107,214 Susan Bonner Mr. Verrloy A. Wayne Jeffrey Johnston, Mrs. Elizabeth 180 Johnston, Elizabeth R. 203 J ohnston, Gregg 202 Johnston 94,231 , Scott Bryan Jones, Eric Donald Jones, Gerald F. 213 Jones, Gregory C. 133,214 Jones, Karyn Anne 195 Jones, Margaret Jane 231 Jones, Mr. itchell C. 142,180 Jones, Robin S. 50,56, 231,244,246 Jones, Tamim 231 Jonscher, Michael R. 190,231 Jonscher, Veronica Mary 77,204 Jordan, George T. 41,231 Jordan, Horace W. 74,77, 170,217,231 Jordan, Stephen Edward 195 Josefsberg, Mr. Bernard 180,246 Judson, Linda Ann 231 Judson, Sandy L. 198 Julian, Carolyn M. 121,203 Jump, Stephen Randall 196 J UNIORS 208 Kelly, Mary Louise 46, 207,216 Kelly, Theresa M. 197 Kelso, Heather 56,207 Kenney, Lynne Maureen 231,246 Kenney, Robert Jerome 210 Kennicke, Ms. Leola J. 114,119,180 Kenny, Martin Peter 151.210 Kenny, Rob 1. 109,152,196, 210 Kent, Cynthia Ann 212,217 Keo h, John Carlin 209 Kepfer, Gordon V. A. 95,202 Kepler, Jenny Alice 56,215 Kepler, Philip D. 101, 103,197 Kerr, Anne Louise 39,43, 45,46,47,114,115,12l. 184,231,246 Kerr, Kathryn Thompson 99,195 Kerwin,'Anne Marie 43,199 Kerwin, Marie Eliz 69, 74,231,245 Kerwin, Phillip James 94 135,1 Karina, Jeffrey S. 42,215 Keyes, Karen Eileen 209 Khodadad. Camille Nadia 195 Kielson, Lisette 82,193 Kiem, Elizabeth J. 195 Kiener, A.ndrew 214 Kiener, Annette J. 231 Kiesler, Carolyn S. 231 Killoren, Mary Ann 231 Kim, Eunna 86,87,199 Kim, Junu T. 204 Kincaid, Hobart B. 47, 126,214 Kincaid, Joseph Paul 231 King, Diane Kristen 79,232 King, Mr. John N. 180 Kingwill, James David 109,198 Kinney, Clark A. 214 Kinsella, James Timothy Kioutas, George P. 232 Kipley, Victoria Ellen Carolyn 98, C. 214 Mary Jeannin, Christophe 101,204 Jeannin, Dominique 211 Jeannin, Sophie 206 Jenkins, Karen M. 47, 231,245 Jennings, Elizabeth 56, 73,201 Jennings, Robert William Jensen, Mr. Gordon W, 180 Jentel. Paul Louis 142,195 Jester. Joseph Randall 214 Jewell, Lisa Ann 69,75, 170,231,245 Jewett. George Andrew 190.231 Jiganti, Paul James 79, 126,211 ' Tamara Marie 57, W. 231 J. 196 Ralph Keith E. 86.87, Mills 82,231 M. 199 Beeson Johnson: Johst, M 176 rs. Virginia E. fn Johiigon, Mrs. Barbara3'B. 3' 80,180 1.1f'eJolmson,Brian B. l'.- 4 82,215 Johnson. Brice Aaron 204 'L' ef' Johnson wp- l ' 112.1426 Qehrolyn Janine 7 8 ' agu- Jolihip, Charleslii 205 .. 4- ..,,.. ,. 1 Johhson Curtis J 211 F - -' Johnson' David 109205159 David P 'e 211 , D. 43,57, Q 56,73, Andrew Kennedy- X Quinn 79, Andrew C. 214 Jose C. 232 ' P2 Peter ' ' Gretegen IS. 202 James igilliamw Douglas 232 I -wg, rik G. 82,B3f s14ve'sR..1m4g,if - Mr Richard ' J.,180,203x , 'As Michael G, 82, , mf .. K", 212, , A5 , .1 Kovacevic, William J. 73 1611.232 ' KM'-1. Kathryn A. 195 Kovilz, Samuel Howard 212 Krause, Kevin Clarence 145,146,202 Kravits, Judith Ann 56,203 Kramyilh David J. 232 Kre , Alison Lee 86, 149,232 Kreston, Aimee K. 86, 87,195 Kretchmer, Elizabeth 72,232 Krit, Melissa Jane 207 Kroschel, Mr. Eugene A. 181 Kruempelstaedter, Mr. James R. 96,181,212 Kruempelstaedter, John ' 109,202 Kruempelstdtr, Robert 146,232 Kubiak Jose h John 232 Kubiak: Kimherly Faith 206 Kudan. Jonathan Louis 232 Kuecker, Glen David 232 Kuennen, Mr. Robert E. Lazer, Mr. Zachary D. 181,246 Lazar, Zachary Douglas 213 Lazer, Jill Mari 47,79, 129,203 Leahy, Jane Simmons 202 Leahy, Nancy Catherine 124,137,207 Leahy, Mr. Robert C, 181,204 Leahy, Thomas Charles 211 Lederer, Patrick 109, I 127,199 Lederer, Philip Greg 97, 127,196 Lederer, William A. 168, 184,233 Ledinsky, Mr. Raymond J. 181,197 Lee. David Michael 233 Lee, Grace J. 198 Lee, Jane 207 Lee, Susan S. 56,82,193 Leech, Mrs. Barbara A. 181,212 . Lei1ey, Joshua Phillip 170,196 Lehman, Monica M. 137,201 Leiden, Mrs. Barbara 181 Lems, Maurine,233 Lenard, Mrs. Sue J. 176, 217,246 Leonard, Kyle 106,233 Leonard, Sarah Jean 233 Leondedis, Sarah Frances 146,181 Kuipers, Thomas R. 46,232 Kul by, Kevin Stwsrt 106. 109,232 Kullby, Kristen 47,79, 129,207 Kurschner.'Marilyn M. 43, 46,57,208 , Kurschner. Phillip A. 41, 82,86,232 Kusar. Angelica R. 61,232, 244,246 Kushner, Dian Alison 205 Kutschke, Francis Joseph 96,134,196 Kutschke, Joanne M. 232 Kutschke, Ed F. 95,205 Kutschke. Julie Anne 232 Kyle, Christopher 97,194 Kyle, Peter F. 160,232 Kysar, Peter Pat. 109,198 Mr. James 1-1.' Brian 232 T. 82,232 Janette Arnold 53, P. 72, An 210 licia Jam2s2145 199 2 Sara 119 207 E1-lc Ot? Pell, I1 we f,,,i" ,. ., ,, wif 0299222 24, iff , .40 ,. 442, .,:'-,,,,7 Ms Mary L Wk' , -3 ,.?i'I"J,13hn5ci?gorahghn 74, F 1' Jem, ebdish A Y , . . as p . f-wt 4 1 .. . , A in Y Q 2 , , Jo i -.. ,Q,w..z A TL. 74,21'2,,.i ni 1 4: ' 5' I ,A s 95' ' 'W 2 1 1 -'fiiflil .fe f if ' '1 ' - 1' .rg " ' ' -. ,FQ ii' ,fi-my if , I 431, ' J -4 .1 v .4 ' , 1 fm! '.. In " V ,Q " r - .A 9 cz. ug' 1 1, A ,, if Lord. Randall Widm 170,238 ff Lorenz. Leslie 47.80, 189,206 Loren!-. Victoria A. 46.233 Lorenz, Will R. 46, 142.215 Louis, Jennifer C. 86, 87,238 Loundi, Dan W. 197 Love, nne T. 55,56,57, 82,211 Love, Brian James 170,233 Love, Emily lsidora 56, S2,S3,161.210 Lovell, Ms. Elizabeth E. 181 Lovering. Hutchison C. Low, Michael D. 160, 164,233 Lowley, Sue A. 86.137, , 149,211 '- Lucas, Thomas Grant 126,214 Ludovice, Kathleen Ann 209 Ludwig, Marcus 101,194 Luick. A. Lee 209 Lundin. Sarah Jane 233 Lutz, Steven Pentield 191.233 Lynch, Rose Marie Lynch, Terrence Joseph 146,209 Lynch, Todd Michael 109,204 Lynnes, Katherine E. 234 Lyon, Betsy Ann 234 Lyon, David Bonn 75,203 Lyons, Deborah Ann 37,234 Lyons, John 109,202 Lyons, Kathleen T. 194 Lyons, Mary Evebm 212 Lyons, Patricia B. 199 Lyons, Spencer 109. 127,199 Matheson Mansfield, Alison Eve ' 170,207 . Marcus, John William 234 Marcus, Mitchell Harris 46,215 Marcus, Karen Lynn 234 Marine, Ms. Catherine J. 181.197 Markovich, Alexander D. 205 Marks, Brian W. 206 Marks, Greg Alan 62, 152,205 Marmel, Mrs. Blossom A. 181,212 Marquardt, James Donald .1e1...+'s2a. . . . Q 0 n . r. 10!6g109,150,151,234,246 Marquarclt, Mary M. 86,197 Marquardt, Mona T. 193 Marquardt, Patricia 51,234 Marran, David Grant 134.195 Mclnnis. Jennifer 235 Mclntire, Stacy Ann 46, 217.-235.244.2465 lvlggntyre, Daniel Xavier Mclntyre, Mar? Anne 235 McKenna, Wil iam L. 203 McKenzie, Catherine 206 McKeone, Brian P. 31,235 lvgglgeough, Beth Anne 37. Mclieough, Michael A. 235 ligglgiernan, Karin A. 78, ltgglieese, Matthew L. 147, McLellan, Katie 235 McLellan. Ste hen J. 235 McLeod, Elizagxeth Foster 49,215,217 McMahon, James Brian 1 12.202 McMahon, Jenny Marie 46, 139,235 Marsh, Courtney 43.53, 80,207 Marsh, Gary Griffiths 112,196 Marsh, Laura Elizabeth M. Michele 46. William P. 235, 77,210 Marsh, Mary Susan 149, 206 Martin, Burrous J. 46.142, 217,221,234 Martin, Carrie Louise 47, 139,206 Price 46, Guy Daniel 74.204 Kathleen Newman Mintz, Jeffery Adam 198 Mintz, Steven Hillel 212 Missimer, Julie G. 236 Mitchel, John P. 236 Mitchell, Andrew James ff 151,211 Mitchell, Charles T. 214 Mitchell, Mr. Charles W. 182 Mitchell, Mary Berenice 207 Mitchell, Mary D. 196 Miyazaki, Kimikq 198 Mizener, Todd Richard 170,194 Mggn, Ronald M. 97.145, 1 , Moline, Douglas Edward 12 198 1 . Moloney, Adam Joseph 86. .204 Moloney, Brian J. 109 Moloney, Christopher 236 Moloney Patrick D. 236 Moncrieff, Cynthia Lynn 73,715,210 Sally B. 99, Virginia F. Peter Holmes L. 56,198 Mar aret 2 Holloway Eddie Stanley A. 43, 03 Nack, Jennifer E. 73,207 Nader, Page Alison 236 Naft, Juliet Gail 98.236 Nash, John Joseph 42, 236,245 , Nash, Jordan Arthur 245 Nash, Michael Armstrong 205 1 NATIONAL MERIT 245 Nauman, John David 197 Neary, Julia Ann 119, 137,194 Neary, Nancy Jo 236 Neary, Mrs. Sally B. 182 Nebel, Natalia A. 190,236 Nebel, Silvia Bernadette 43 57,209 Nedoas, Charles A. 237 A. Elizabeth Todd, A, L. 237 Margaret Laura Ann 57, Mr, Leo H. 182 Alicia Vee Eric Randolph W Grant William E. 46,47, Gretchen Ann Jonathan David 237. 209 ,, , -,Q , V, Q L' - .1 -qg,.qW. egg-- . 4- 2 e 2 'Y-1 5 1 ,K OConnel.l, Burkd J. 79, 126,237 'fe 7, OConnell, Elizabeth A. 114,119,195 , 5 OConnell, Jane" rances 2, 57,144,206 , Connell,Mra. uise C. onno, o '.97, 2,145,194 ' Connor, Marg Elizabeth 207 Connor, Thomas A. 237 1 Connor, Timrghy Patrick 'z 2 ff Z ' 4 onnell, Dennis L. 213 wd, Michael Joseph i11,94,237,246g OEA 38 ,Z Offer, Raphael E. 74, 161,213 Offer. Tamar L. 56,198 OHare, Mr. Michael J. 182,213 O uchi. Noriko 195 O eefe, Kelly Ann 43,215 Olieeffe, Colm 133,207 OKieffe, John D, 109,142, 179,197 Olggder, Mrs. Marilyn V. 1 OLSPYY. Aileen Margaret 21 Old an, Ellsa L. 144, 7 Olderrnan, Mr. Richard J. JSE E2 . urtna Anne 82,1999 y Olds, ' tin Lynn 53,56, 6l,77, 7,246 Olsen, Holly R. 54,55,56, 86,87,184,237 Olson, Keith Caldwell 183,205 OMalley, John Daniel 79, 126,237 OMalley, Michael John 168,237 OMalley, Paul Shea 168,237 OMalley, Paul Thomas 46, 142,161,213 0Neil, James Patrick 127,237 0Neil, Mrs. Patricia 182 Oggjil, Patrick Joseph 0Neil, Peter Brian 195.216 0Neil, Thomas Grant 237 Onlay, Carole Lynn 122, 144,212- Onley, Paul Robert 237 Onle , 'Fad 86,197 . OPERA 70 ORCHESTRA 84 Cgliiilly, Kevin Gerald OReilly, Michael F. 82, 1S4,217,221,237,245 0Re1lly, Stephen Joseph 96,147,197 01-elind, Gregor John 202 ORourke, Jo n Patrick 107,144,215 ORou1-ke. Margaret Marie 57,211 Ortegel John J. 204 omg, Stock wmim 127, 142,196 Osborn, Mr. Lynn R. 182,206 - Cqagigugnessy, Brigid M. Oslund, Jeffrey Erie 109,205 Oslund, Sheroik Osman, Douglas? Osman, Vicwrlial ' i?56,Q 121.206 ' Gyasu, Seiji 101,109, - ' 127,197 Packard, Guy C., Jr. 238 Paden, Desmond Sheldon 97,196 Paden, John Edward 74,209 Padjen, Joseph Cook 95,206 Pagano, Catherine T. P56'19ii4 e age, 43,5 ,208 Page, Sami C. 55.57. 238,246 Paik. Leo S. 86.109, 125,199 Panaa, Hillary Kristen 43,210 Panitch, William A. 112,238 Pankovich, Mark 194 Pantone, B. James 206 Paoletti, Deborah Ann 209 Papierski, Carlos B. 151,238 Parent, Scott Francis 196 Park, Kathryn Anne 43.194 Park, Thomas Grimes 82. l14,2l7,238,2-15 Parker, Julie Ellen 56,201 Parmelee, Rodd Gardner 197 Parmer, Phyllis 74,77,208 Parr, Christine Marie 98,201 Parrish, Earl Thomas 194 Parrish, Martha Lee 47, 77,79,129, 208,210 Parsons. Edward 109,195 Parsons. Elizabeth H. 74,210 Partridge, Mrs. Jane S. 182,213 Pateras, Michael Anthony 147,238 Pateras, Nancy L. 57. 139,213 258f1NDEX 4,1 re Pateras, Ronald Vincent 125,196 Paterkiewicz, Matthew 37, 160,238 Fates, Helen Jo 122, 144,197 Patrick, Christopher B. 214 PATRONS 252 Patterson, D. Scott 95, 125,202 Patterson. Maggie 195 Patterson, Mar E. 51,215 Patterson. Moliy 201 Patterson, William T. 46, ' 142,238 'V Paul, Mr-a.'Arline R. 182,191 Paul, Ephraim David 86, B7,171,23S,245 Paulick, Mrs. Dorothy L. 182.206 Paullus, Molly Ann 43, 56,209 Paullus, Patrick J. 238 Peara, Andrew Thomas 95, 147,205 Pearce, Paul Nicholas 238 Pearl, Leslie Anne 57,238 Pearl, Steven B. 57, 125,211 Pearlman, Neal Lawrence 205 Pearson, Jill Kristin 74,211 Pearson, Todd T. 82,83 134,197 ' Pechtl, Lisa Anne 193 Peck. Stephen King 107, 109,146,238 Peck, Susan E. 129, 149,194 Peckham, William L. 214 Pedicini, Eric Louis 59, 106,107,125,23B Peeplea, Natasha Lynne 129,238 Peeples, Timothy Allan 109,135,196 Pelton, James Rader 75,196 Pelta, Karen Lynn 210 Pemble, Richard H. 97,197 Pemble, Sara Edmonds 211 Pendry, Douglas J. 130, 133,238 Penner, Mrs. June 182 ' Penney, Deborah A. 55,56, 57,209 Penticoff, Elizabeth D. 121,211 PEP CLUB 48 Peponis, Arthur Harold 167,215 Peponia, Arthur James 72, 134,152,196 Peponis, Nancy Ellen 69, 74,75,238,245 PERFORMING ARTS 64 Perreault, Mr. Kenneth 182 Perrella, Anthony J.. 147,198 Perry, Amy Suzanne 57,212 Perry, Bonnie Ruth 56,196 Perutz. Timothy P. 198 Peter, Margaret Mary 37,238 Peter, Timothy Sean 151,214 Petersen, Amy Elizabeth 55,144,211 Petersen, Kathy A. 37, 217,238 Peterson, Amy Laura 56, 121,143,207 Peterson, Christopher C. 127.204 Peterson, Ma. Donna L. 182,246 1 , , Q 2Ps1fers0l1i'iimher'Annef 1 57.203771 Peterson, Jean D. 46147, 7 '- 80,139,213,217 Paterson, Joy Lois 47,77, 79,129,238 Peterson, Laura S. 238 Peterson, Pamela Jean 51,207 Peterson, Ms. Sue A. 182 Petray, Nancy 201 Petrie, Holly Anne 74,77, 217,238 Petrie, Nancy Ellen 74,215 Petrie, Mamie Elizabeth 56,73,82,201 Pettersen, Scott J. 209 Petti, Edward Charles 95, 142,206 Petgi Jennifer Marie 215 Pfa er, Susan S. 56, 73,203 Pfann, BettyAnn K. 209 Pfann, Richard Karl 206 Pfutzenreuter, George R. 142,198 Pfutzenreuter, Kathryn 238 Phair, Phillip Brooks 170,198 Phelan, Anne M. 57,194 Phelan, Jane P. 238 Phillippi, Marjorie L. 51,215 Phillips, Frank Linden 97,145,198 Phillips, Harold T. 94, 147,200,205,216 Philli , Holly M. 73,207 P11010 GALLERY 164 Pick, Elizabeth J. 57,201 Pick, Sarah Jane 43,73, 149,207 Pierpont. Scott Nelson 72,103,125,l84,200,205,216 Pigott, Mark Andrew 102, 125,210 Pigott, Michael J. 147,233 Pigott, Thomas Kennedy 103,125,194 Pilipovic, Dragana 238 Pimley. Anne R. 210 Pimley. Venetia Mitchell 75,201 Pingel-Powell, Mrs, Kathy 152 Pinkerton, Brian James 213 Pinnell. Emilvsue 74,86 Piorkowski, Julie Marie 47,79,129,200,207,216 Piorkowaki, Michael J. 125,238 Piaano, Gabriella 210 Piaano, Michael James 170,238 Pitluk, Guentin 145,204 Pitluk, Zachary W. 238,245 Pitner, Gregory Alan 95, 142,204 Pitt, Lisa N. 43,202,216 Piave. Cheri Lee 49,210 Plabon, Helen T. 47,79, 129,208 Platt, Adam Philip 53,213 Platt, Alan Quentin 109,194 Plonaker, Daniel Kurt 97,147,197,216 Plonsl-cer, Edward M. 109,204 Plumb, Laura M. 43, 144,238 Plumb, Michael P. 204 Pohl, Steven Mark 199 Polydoria, Michael L. 198 Polydoris, Nancy Ann 51, 203,216 Polydoris, Susan C. 238 Pamper, Felicia 238 Pope, Margaret E. 57,7'7, 217,238 Pope Jr., Robert B. 202 Porta, John E. 72,109,205 Porta, Stephanie S. 238 Porter, Pamela Alice 73,208 Porter, Rebecca Annl96 Posen, Brian Lee 72, 74,205 Potter, Michelle E. 238 Potter, Victoria W. 196,216 Paulus, James Arthur 142, 206,216 Powell Jr., John Robert' 213 Powell, Patricia Jane 195 Powell, Robert Benjamin 83,112,215 Powell, Sally Curtis 57, 99,201 Powell, William L. 46, 142,184,239 Powell, William W. 72,213 Power, Constance Ann 51.207 Powers, Elisabeth 149,239 Powers, Faith K. 198 Powers, Joanne T. 136, 149,239 Poyser, Mrs. Paula J. 182,198 Prange, David Connor 199 Prange, Phillip Hamilton 205 Price, Elizabeth K. 57, 72,202 Price, Geoffrey C. 151, 153,239,246 Price, Thomas Paxton 112.206 Priest, Lesley S. 212 Prince, Tom A, 196 Prindiville, Anne T. 43, 114,207 Pringle, Susan Vaughan 73,206 Prem, Kathryn c. 74, 77,s2,ae,21o Proffit, Lachlan Scott 83,86,101,114,195 ' Provow, Amy J. 205 Provow, Mr. Charles E. 182,198 Puch, Monique K. 198 Puch, Philip 197 Puch, Stephen Michel 145,198 , Purcell, Andrew K. 239 Pyott, Albert R. 97, 145,196 , tt,'Shaila S, 43, as ,215 u Quinn, David 109,204 ' Quinn, Peter T. 109,199 Quinn, Thomas J. 94,215 Quinn, William Martin 135,192,196,216 R 8: R HELPERS 246 Rabe, Bruce Robert 94, 160,239,245 Rabe. John 198 Racket, Victoria V. 239 Radcliffe, Simon A. 239 Radner, Rebecca A, 43.86, 87,193 Rafanello, Amy Nicole 199 Rafanello, Donna Sue 72,201 Rafanello, Frederick 94, 125,145-239,246 Rahe, Charles M. 109,197 Rahe, William Henry 63, 170,214 Rainford, Grant G. 211 Raith, John C. 95,133,203 Rammelt, David A, 95, 145,203 Ramadell, Edith Cutcheon 50,5l,77.83,210 Randstrom, James Edward 214 Rankin, Kelly Jean 239 Ransom, Jeff Scott 83, 146,147,239 Ransom, Julie Jo 201 Rappaport, Mitchell L. 215 Rappaport, Norton A, 41, 239,245 Rest, Edie Aan 197 Raverat, John Michael 101,134,198 Raveret, Thomas Adam 46, 80,142,213 Ray, Andy B. 95,145,205 Ray, Mr. John H. 182,206 Ray, Kevin Stewart 83, 114,170,203 Reardon, Laura Marie 57,203 1 Reed, Edward Clay 146,211 Reed. Sanford Rees, John Benjamin 41, 42,93,94,133,239,246 Regan, Brian Charles 239 Regan, Patricia- Joan 61, 184,239,246 Regan, Sharon Kathleen 213 Reid, .miie 190 Reid, Susan 82,195 Reidel, Mr. Norman C. 182 Reighard, Barbara 213 Reimer, Scott Thomas 206 Rein, Howard George 82. 83,213 Reinheimer, Jill G. 56,215 Reis, Ma. Joy A. 182 Reis, Kirsten E. 57,239 Reis, Stephan Martin 204 Reitz, Nahalee 206 Benner, Christina M. 114, 119,201 Renner, Gregory J. 239 Rennolds. David Joseph 202 Rennolds, Karen Marie 137,149,210 Rennolda, Michael F. 239 Reapess, Laura Michelle 194 Revord, Matt James 53, 83,209 Rhoad, Mr. Richard A. 182 Rhodes, David Samuel 83, 86,152,197 Riblet. Constance A. 43, 80.198 Riblet, Doug B. 63, 107,214 Richards, Leslie 139,201 Richards, Lisa 51,209 1' Richardson, Tracy 144f239 Richter, Robert Lee 127, 142,196 Rickard, Glenn 212 Rickard, Steven Bonham 204 Rielly, John Downs 109,194 Rielly, Thomas Patrick 72,714,202 Riemenschneider, John P, 152.204 Ries, Allan Leroy 170,194 Rigolin, Carla 74,77,210 Rigolin, Vera Helena 47, 79,129,239 Rineberg, Jan 210 Rinehart, Ma. Kathleen A. 119,182 Riakind, Jonathan M. 101,214 Ritchie III, Thomas M. 205 Roach, Jill Eileen 137.193 Robb, Heather Wells 72,204 Roberson, John C. 109, 145,194 Roberta, Jennifer 1. 207 Rowe, Elizabeth 239 Rowe, Reben Mania 147, 202,212 Rowe, Robert V. 147,212 Rowell, Sylvia Agneasa 55,56,57,73,201 Rubel, Marcie Ann 77, 79,239 Rubenstein, Jodi Lynn 201 Rubin, Laura Rachel 56,195 Rubin, Martha B. 74,80 215,217 Ruby. Elizabeth Ann 206 Ruby, Jon Brad 217,239 Rude, Elizabeth 86,87, 190,239 Rude. Dr. Rnland V. 183,214 Ruffino, Garg:Michael 210 Ruaa, Leslie laine 205 Russell, Denise Marie 86, 87,193 Russell, Heather 43, 73,203 Russell, Nina 149,207 Russell, Peter Marr 112, 142,205 Russell, Susan Mary 129, 149,196 Rutherford, Paula K, 46, 47,545,208 Rutledge, John W. 144,214 Rutherford, Sally Ann 47, 80,139,207 Rutkowaki, Elaine T. 170,215 Rutz, Donald Edwin 197 Ryan, Anne 211 Ryan, Ciara Regina 47,79, 129,201 Ryan, Douglas Donald 41, 42,94,133,1S4,239,245 Ryan, John Daniel 57, 161,239 Ryan, Julie Marie 118, 1i49'203 T 7 215 yen, . 4. Ryan, ela Nolan 43, 47,51,79,209 Ryan, Will G. 199 Ryberg, Ms. Geraldine A. 112,136,183 Ryden, Eric Verner 213 Ryon, Mrs. Helen W. 183 Saballua, Donna Jeanine 211 Sasboallus, Thomas Donald 1 Saccone, Martine T. 119, Slia' M J ' 203 a axe, e Salafsky, biiklaua N. 82, 101,114,187 Sammona, Ma. Janis 183 Sggple, Jana B. 79,201, Samzpson, Richard S, 73, 74, 15 ' Sandor. Gizella M. 212 Santeler, Bradley James 147,205 f 4 Santeler, Linda Marie 240 Satherlie, Stacey Jeanne 195 , Sauer, Joseph D. 145,199 R be ' M t H' , ,Sayer VM: Kathryn 240 R255 M"'ga'1 2245 1 fr i:- Z ns. 'va .43,194 Robins, Lmiii Beth 197 'SB"9'd-" '1f'n' ,j- T442 aeb1een,af1e.1emee147,2o ' Savlllfisheu Roche,James c.sa,1s1, Roche Laura c. 56199 ' 1- ' leaf! f K if Rockefeller, Felicia Ann ,J kwyf 212 f ' ff fff zw, Reekefenef .iemee 2 fi ' Raef., Ma. 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Roaenbloom, Neil Frederi 1o611Q71133v2l'i V 97,125,194 S55ztl:la1r,,VVictor1a 56, Rosenman, Marc Brian 196 Roaenzweig, Gina Terra 43,209 Roaing, Pierre Harry 199 Ross, Earl Marvin 206 Ross, Eric Roman 214 Ross, Mrs. Patricia W. 182 Rossi, John X. Rossi, Roberta G. 239 Rossiter, Christopher C. 109,198 Rossiter, Gregory M. 106, 239,246 Roaaow, Cathrine E. 63, 144,239 Rossow, David Charles 170,196 Roth, Ernest S. 94,l33, 151.215 Roth, Jennifer Hollis 139,207 Rottenberg. David E. 239 Rottman, Alan G. 46,168. 170,239,244 Rowe. Cvrlthia Dee Schloasman, Gail M. 211 Schlosaman, Peter C. 82,B6, 21.4 Schmid, Ann 197 Sgiiemid, Jane Frances 240, Schmid, Maria Clare 63. 207 Schmidt, Alison C. 203 Schmidt, Bennett 127,204 Schmidt, David Sheldon 96, 145,194,216 Schmidt, Gillian E. 193 Sgrgnitz, Jeffrey Michael Schmitz, Katherine M. 121, 206 Schnadig, David Lawrence 206,216 Schneider, Andrew E. 53, 114,203 Schneider, James A. 74, 77,214 Schneider. Patricia L, 240 Schneitef, Mr. John 133, 134.183 Schoch, Breton Allan 109, 142.205 Schopeu, Christopher J. 79,212 Schopen, Cynthia Marie 204 Schopen, Robin M. 240 Schramm, Mrs. Donna 183,189,190 Schramm, Frederick R. 170,191,240 Szcohgiedel, Blake Andrew Schriedel, Meghan E. 209 Schroeder, John Charles 127,197 Sglfroeder, William W. L. ' 4 Schuessler, Cynthia E. 198 Schuldt, Stuart N.. 82,86, 94,151,217,240 Schulz. Eric Martin Schuller, Dieter Daniel 214 Schulte. Sally A. 39,74, 77,240 Schultz. Eric Stuart 214 Ssaxsulz, Mr. Charles E. Schulz, Eric Martin 106, 240 Schumann, James R. 198 Schumann. Patricia Ann 49,56,210 Schumann, William F. 204 SCQAQISLSI, Rodney S. 109, 1 Schwab, Mrs. Rose 183 Schwartz, Andrew Robert 74,212 Schwartz, David Allen 19-1 Schwartz, Frederick C. 101,213 Schwaril. Jane Elizabeth 86,210 Schwartz, Wendxy E. 203 Schwarzbach, E en S. 205 Schwimmer, Deborah L. 39, 72,74,77,240 Scobie. Mrs. Ruth T. 183,207 Scott. Ms. Cindee R. 183,246 Scott, John H. 46,510.1-42, 215 Scott, Paul A. 207 Scully, Gwen Suzanne 47, 56,73,79,129,203 Sesbright, David W. 114, 194 Sebastian, Laura E. 72, 74,161,211 Secaras. Harry John 42, 215 Seccombe. Steven L. 204 Seftenberg, Scott Lauder 198 Segal, Beatrice 57,240 Segal, Christopher s. 72, 135.196 Segal, Jacob Paul 199 Segel, Ginger Hilary 56, 59,193 Segel, Tanya Elen 55.56. 77,217,240,245 Seghexs, M. Danielle 72. 240 Seghers, Mary Nathalie 73,207 Sega, Robert Alan 212 Segil, William Henry 109, 134,198 segua, Ma vida 183 Seidenberg, Peter B. 86. 87,199,216 Sekiguchi, Sumiyo 86.87. 193 sang, Robert 214 Seltzer, Todd Joseph 82, 83,101,206 Selvaggio, Anita T. 59, 240 Sendelbach, Peter 75,127, 204 SENIOR ADVISERS 244 SENIORS 220 Sensihar, Bradley M 82, 209 ' Sergesketter, Terri 56, 21 Sershon, Thomas W. 190 Server, Jay 240 Severns. Mr. Harold R. 152,176,217,246 Sewell, Janell Agnes 72. 213 Seweloh, Karin K. 43,144, 198 Seyfarth, Eric James 125, 217,240,246 ' Seymour, Bruce S. 145,196 Seymour, Deborah Jane 43, 57,208 Seymour, Elizabeth Marie 57,121,170,201 Seymour, Robert P. 240 Shaffer, Dana 43,57,210 Shanahari, Christopher J. 109,196 Sheng, Uriah Lee 86,240 Shapiro, Amy Johanna 55, 56,86,215 Shapiro, James M. 170,211 Shapiro, Nicholas J. 35. 86,537,214 Sharfstexn, Stacy L. 46, 80,208,217 Sharp, Sarah Helene 203 Shattil, Steven James 102, 125,209 Shattuck, Jonathan Lloyd 94,144,211 I Shaughnesay, D8V1d C. 160,240 Shaughnessy, Eileen T. 204 Shaughnessy, Margaret 21 1 Shavolian, Kayvan 199 Shearer, Benjamin C. 202 Sheehan, David Michael 144,215 Sheehan, Timothy John 97,101,107 Shehan, Jim R.. 207 Shelly, Anne Greene 43, 57,195 Shelly, Elizabeth Daly 4930211 Shelton, Margaret Ellen 57.136208 Shelton, Michael J. 217 Shelton, Phillip ss,14s, 194 Shen, Dennis Fong 127,199 Shepard. Mrs. Joanne H. 183 She herd, David Wayne 96, 147l152,194,216 Shepherd, Jon Robert 101, 102,215 Shepherd, Katherine M. 149,199 Shepherd, Stephen Martin 109,198 Sheridan. Scott Daniel 212 Sherman, Brian William 103,125,199 Sherman, Carolyn Beth 54,57,82,119,144,160,213 Sherman, Gail Susan 190, 240 Sherman, Jonathan Harry 101,198,216 Sherman. Nancy Beth 99, 209 Sherman Jr., Roger F. 152,198 Shieh, Mark William 33, 205 Shimura, Kszumi 73,203 Shine, Ann Wayles 190,240 Shinker, William Thomas 196 Shiras, Leigh L. 203 Shropshire, Virginia 69, 74,161,240,245 Sibbalcl, John 95,125,202 Sidhu. Mary Chadwick 211, 217 Siegal, Gretchen 99,194 Siegel, Eileen Quint 86, 87,213 Sievers, Johanna E. 197 Sievers, Kurtis Lyon 75, 213 Sievers, Robert William 170,214 Si el, Ellen M. 56.193 Sifberman, Amy Beth 240 Silverstein, Laura R. 136,149,215 Simonda Jr., Richard D. 194 Simpson, Susan M. 149,193 Sincox, David Bradley 214 Singer, Theodore John 145. 202 Sipe, Heather A. 47,79, 129,204 Sksja, Judeth Alene 114, 204 Skajs, Laura Jeanne 240 Skibitsky, Charles W. 212 Slack. Jeffery K. 204 Slattery, David Brian 240 Slavick, Ms. Ann L. 183 Slavin, Ross Aaron 145, 204 Sloan, Gregory Thomas 96. 134.196 Sloan, Mark Thomas 94,209 Slonicki, Angela N. 37,240 Slonicki, Peter A. 109.196 Slonicki, Ser e B. 133.209 Slotkin. Ian Douglas 72, 109,202,216 Smead. Remains Dannette 212 Smesaaert, Nicholas 72,206 Smessaert. Robert W. 97, 197 Smider, Susan Michele 49. 80,207 Smith, Alexander David 203 Smith, Alison L. 240 Smith, Carrie Ann 199 Smith, Dennison 73,82,206 Smith, Douglas A. 86,109, 196 Smith, Mrs. Erma 183 Smith Il, Henry Edward 199 Smith, Lois M. 80.207 Smith, Macallister B. 240 Smith, Ms. Nancy L. 183. 207 Smith, Paul Joseph 72,97, 134,145.196 Smith, Raymond J. 95,207 Smith, Stephen Joseph 94, 160,211,217 Smith, Susan B. 82,161,215 Smith, Ted Miles 196 Smith, William R. T, 211 Smudsky, Clayton T. 59, 61,240 ' Snavely, Lorraine D. 241 Snavelg Yvonne 209 Snell. avid H. 82.241, 246 Snider, Cayce Maria 203 Snyder, Elizabeth A. 241 SOCCER 104 SOCIAL SERVICE 55 SOFTBALL 148 Sohn, Julie Ann 199 Sogm, Kenneth Erie 114, 1 4 Solber, Jeffrey T. 214 Sclber, Peter S. 205 Solberg, Arnold Tor 94. 144,211 Solger, James M. 214 Solomon, David H. 95,205 Solomon, Elizabeth Jane 196 Solomon, Joshua Adam 199 Solvang, Mary Ann 204 Sommers, Todd C. 145,198 Sontag, Maxine Carol 61,241,246 SOPI-1OMORES300 Soren, Kenneth . 86,213 Soren. Nancy B. 86,87,19B Sorenson, Carl Martin 73,102,126,241 Sorenson, Paul C. 82,86, 241 Southern, Kathryn Anne 69,72,74,209 Spatafora, Mr. Jack B. 176 Specht, Hannah Graham 213 Spector, Ari E. 127,198 Spector, Julie Elizabeth 206 4 Spellman, Robert N. 79,190,241 Spencer, Oliver W. 241 Sperry, Elizabeth B. 56, 73.201 Spertus, Deborah M. 210 Spertus, Michael Paul 82. 241,245 Spier, Ellen Dosey 206 Spinner, Cynthia L. 56,194 Spinner, Gregory M. 82, 86,214 Spitek, Brian John 123, 197 Spitek, Elizabeth Ann 122,l23,144,204 SPORTS' SERVICE 44 Spring, Jessica L. 55,56, 80,212 Springer, Catherine Cole 215 Springer, David Scott 75,202 SPORTS 91 Squires, Elizabeth A. 57, 241,245 Squires, Vernon Pellett 103,152,207,216 Stafeil, William Jordan 101,212 Stafford, Cynthia L. 37, 211 ' Stafford, David W. 102,212 Stafford, Richard W. 125,214 Stahl, James E. 114, 241.245 Stahl, William D. 205 Stamatakia, Christophr J. Stanzler, Jeff 146,241 Stanzler, Mark Richard 109,147,206 Starrett, William Ward 83,207 Staz , Mark A. 241 St. Clair, Lawrence Peter 97,114,194 Stearns, Charles Anthony 109,142,198 Stearns, Kenneth A. 45, 79,82,241 Stearns, Sarah Katherine 29,47,79,213 Stecker, Dana Lyn 57,215 STEERING COMMITTEES 216 Stefany, John David 205 Stein, Anne 241 Stein, Carolyn 57,209 Steiner, Aaron Russell 241 Steiner, Edward F. 241 Steiner Jr., Gerald J. 204 Steiner, John R. 46,80, 142,214 Steiner, Karen Beth 201 Steinhoff, Calvin F, 106,241 Stenberg, Katherine A. 190 Stenzel, David Erwin 204 Stenzel, Marc Oliver 213 Stephens, Patrick 74,215 Stephens, Robert Bruce 82,133,205 Stern, Charlotte Leah 80,B2,213 Stern, Harry Sandel 135, 196,216 Stem, Patricia Lynn 195 Stern, Scott David 217, 241 Stern, Torey I. 170,207 Sterrett, Brooke M. 121, 205 Stetter, Debra Lynn 47, 79,129,241,245 Stevens. Brian M. 202 Stevens, Mr. Robert K, 183,214 Stevens, Robert Kendall 204 Stevens, Lesley 50,77, 79,215 Stevenson. David L. 215 Stevenson, Deborah J. 190,241,245 Stevenson, Susan Kirby 46.209 Stewart, BettyVM. 199 Stewart, Mr. illiam P. 122,183,198 4 Stiffler, John C. 46, 142,215 Stiles, Paul Gilbert 69, 73,s2,ss,s7,241,245 Stinneford, Julie M. 55, 57,160,241,245 Stucco, Joyoe Marie 241 Stoewer, Ms. Diane L. 58,183,215 Stogin, Jennifer Emory 99,202 Stone, Carblyn Sweet 50. 203 Stone, Jennifer 196 Stone, Laurie Ann 144, 197 Sborlie, Leslie Ann 241 Strahorn, Charles A. 107,214 Strahorn, Kathleen 121,201 Strahorn, Suzanne M. 149,195 Straka, Catherine Ann 73,211 Streightiff, Mr. Joel B. 183,215 Streightiff, Joel Bruce 65,82,83,142,209 STRING ORCHESTRA 87 Strom, Carolyn A. 198 Strouse, Joseph W. 209 Strube, Robert William 62 206 STUDENT CABINET 184 STUDENT COUNCIL 58 STUDENT LIFE 4 Suerth, Amtsg Margaret 194 Sugarman, iane arie 194 Sugarman, Thomas Jerome 53,214 Sullivan, Andrew Joseph 53,203 Sullivan, Brian Stuart 72,109,196 Sullivan, Challen Walker 46,110,215 , Sullivan, David Benedict 109.206 Sullivan, Elisabeth O. 129,196 I Sullivan, Gierxet S. 110,l12,1l4,207 Sullivan, Jill Marie 208 Sullivan, John Patrick 95,125,204 Sullivan, Joseph Peter 209 Sullivan, Kathleen 56, 161,209 Sullivan, Kevin 0. 170, 214 Sullivan, Margaret M. 119,207 Sullivan, Megan 80,193 Sullivan, Thomas Charles 213 Sunlcel, Brian A. 46,241 Surman, Julie Ann 50,205 Surman, Robert Emmett 241 Sussen, Mr. Rick L. 183 Sutherland, Clare Shane 201 Sutherland, Janet P, 241 Sutherland, Scott P. 241 Sutherland, Ted 103,125, 196 Sutton, David Anderson 212 Svingos, Adena 50,203 Swan, Irit Eraa 204 Swanson, William Wood 202 Swarsen, Mr. Thomas E. 183,215 Swartz, Kenneth Bradley 126 Sweers, Ms. Carolyn J. 183.246 Sweet, Mrs. Patricia 183 Sweet, Robert B. 104.241 Sweet. Thomas C. 74,106, 214 SWIMMING, BOYS' 140 SWIMMING, GIRLS' 138 SWIM TIMERS 47 SWING CHOIR 74 Swoiskin, Karen Gralyle 86.87.21O,217 SYMPHONIC BA D 82 SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 86 Szafranski, Michael J. 106,241,246 Takegawa, Masayoshi 152, 199 Tamai, Takao 107 Tan, Merita 82,204 Tangney, Michael C. 73, 94,126,214 Tangney. William Todd 50,73,74,80,94,241 Tarhan, Kurt K. 112,241 Tashjian, Kristina L. 241 Tassey, William Hugh 97. 127,199 Tate, Curtis Robert 127, 202,216 Tatooles, Lea Marie 194, 216 Tatosian, Emily E. 207 Tatosian, Lucine Mariam 206 Taylor, Douglas David 205 Taylor, Julia S. 112, 148,242 Taylor, Rachael Marie 242 Taylor, Wynne Alexandria 194,216 Teinowitz, Daniel A. 73, 74,214 Teinowitz, William I-I. 72,199 Tem leton, Peter 95,205 TEPFNIS, BOYS' 98 TENNIS, GIRLS' 100 Terao, Hiroshi 101.109, 196 Terman, Anne Louise 159, 160,213 Termyn, .Jennifer Ann 213 Terrill, Jeffrey Scott 94,212 Tetzlaff. Michael K. 83, 196 Theobald, Michael W. 109,135,196 Theobald, Patrick E. 242 Thesing, Mary Elizabeth 56,114,198 Thesing, W. Joseph 106, 242.245 Thigpen, Lawrence B. 210 Thoennes, Lisa K. 242 Thomas. Evan Thurston 142,199 Thomas, Holly Anne 160, 211 Thomas, James Willard 145,198 Thomas, Jennifer Nan 242,244 Thomas, John Joseph 97, 114,127.196 Thomas, Matthew J. 82. 83,103,127,142,194 Thomas, Wm. Charles III 243 Thomashow, Kathy Ann 86. 203 Thompson, Brian E. 82, 95,127,205 Thompson, Jane Barclay 99,144,149,195 Thompson, Julie 149,199 Thompson, Kaia Wilma 86, 196 Thompson, Kristen 121, 149,205,216 Thompson, Peter Butler 1 15 - Thompson, Richard III 105,106,242,246 Thomsen, Mrs. Gillian I-1. 57,194 Thomson, Mr. John R. 184 Thornton, Amie Diane 56, 86,161,242,245 Thornton. JOSGPI1 W- 83. 86,101,194 ' Ticho, Benjamin I-I. 86, 87,142,212 Ticho, Simon R. 86.87. 199 Tiegler, Thomas Lance 202 Tilley, Chris C, 97,195 Tilley, James Byron 42, 94,242 Tilton, Martha 56,211 Timm, William 94,212 Tincu, Lisa Sara 215 Tindall, Jill 121,149, 199 Tinkle, Blair 41,42,151, 242,246 Tippens, William W. 74, 212 Titterton, Douglas C. 242 Todd, Mrs. J. June 184 Todd, Joan Louise 210 Toll, Dan A. 95,202 Tomes, John Wilson 86,242 Tomes, Elizabeth A., 144, 242 Toubus, Stephen A. 242 Tourville, Kara Ann 74, 77,21 1 Tourville, Renee M. 57, 72,74,77,171,242 Townsend, Kathryn N. 51, 77,242 Townsley, Darrell S. 242 Townsley, James Charles 134,152,195 TRACK, BOYS' 124 TRACK, GIRLS' 143 Tracy, Annette 72,136. 149,242 Trausch, Catherine 211 Trausch, Karen 213 Traynor, Christopher J. 145,147,205 Traynor, William M. 215 Trenholm, Sheila Davis 170.207 Trieschmann, Amy L. 195 Tri pe, James R. 242 TR?-SHIP 40 Trobaugh, Frederic M. 74,214 Trompeter, Anne C. 72, 74,77,210 Trompeter, John Wagner 74,147,206 Trott, Amy Reeves 129, '210 Trott, David E. 109,147, 197,216 Trotter, Thomas Scott 97,127,199 TROUBADORS 72 Truehart, Marian M. 242 Trux, Virginia Jean 129, 198 Tschaikowsky, Chris 242 Tschaikowsky, Oxanna 137, 198 Tschaikowsky, Stephen 72,207 Tschudy, Greg W. 106,246 Tschudy, Teresa Anne 149, 199 Tshilda, Socrates Craig 57,86,125,209 Tuchmann, Karen Yvonne 77,210 Tuchmann. Nicole S. 242 Tucker, Anne C. 99,194 Turbin, Ann Miriam 74. 86,211 Turcot, Mrs. Vivian E. 184 Turner, Mrs. Alice P. 184 Turner, David E, 214 Tumer, David Lewis 42, , 53,125,211 Turner, Henry Hill 242 Turner, Nancy S. 80.205 Turner, Robert E. 242 Turner, Susan Lynne 46, 47,48.50.74,76,77,217,242 Tussing, Derrick 73,74, B2,217.242.246 Tussing, Tara 83,86,87, 212 Twillin , Laura Mary 242 Tyner, illr. Ronald A. 184 Tyrrell, Juliann 137,198 Tyrrell, Kenneth Joseph 133,144,215 Tyrrell, Timothy P. 94, 242 Ubben, Pamela Louise 205 Uhm, Karlton 197 Ule, Christian 204 Ullrich, Katharen M. 242 UNDERCLASSMEN 186 Underwood, Mrs. Louise O. 184,215 USHER CORPS 42,43 Ury, Ira Brett 109,202 Valdivieso, Ms. Zoila Van Cleve, James 195 Vandegraaff, Janet K. 86,87,194 Vandeveld, Christine E. 80,195 Vandewalle, Debra Lynn 137,149,206 Vandewslle, Vicki Ann 242 Vandyke, Donna Marie 203 Vand ke, Mary E. 242 Van Elk, Maria J. 58,211 Vanover, Charles F. 74, 214 Vanvlierbergen, Mary D. 212 Vanvlierbergen, Megan R. 57.203 Varouxakis, Eva L, 242 1NDEXf259 'fw- Yvonne B 207 Bll C 106 Eric D 798 W Cheryl Lynne 46 5 l Riiphpi-w, James P 46 214 194 I Juhn 196 John J 46 243 Karen 74 77 211 Wendy Joan 61 Chrxstopher Lee a Anne Katharme 184 Wade L 195 S 56 K' X 7 X., Q ,, y -41- X ww. 'M' , are 24BL, 25T. 11C 11B IBB IST 15BL John Wengler 23B D1v1s1on pages we Andrew Cohen 172f173 Peter Kyle-88f89. , ,sh - ap -. 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