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

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Editor-in-Chief . . . TREVIA 1982 EDITORIAL STAFF General Managing Editor-Story ....... .... General Managing Editor-Directory ......... Layout Editor .... Assistant Layout Editor ............ .... Student Life!Features Editors ..... Photo Assignments!Production Manager .... Special Pictures!Directory ............... Business Manager Head of Freshmen. . Features Editors!Production Assistants ..... Production Assistants .... .... Head of Photography ........... Assistant Heads of Photography .... Elizabeth Janoski . . . . . Patty Stern ......AllanRies Kirsten Stadheim . . . . .Sheila Clary . . Kate Campion David Kelley Roger Ward . . . Phil Kenvin . . . . . .Dick Trent . . . . Steve Jump Beth Applebaum . . . . Tamar Offer Martine Saccone . . .Anne Dierickx Sheila Mahoney Ann Smith . . . . Anne Clarke . . . Todd Mizener Cary Epstein Paul Smith Sponsor ............. .... D avid Currie Assistant Sponsors .... .... C harlotte Huggins Debbie Johnson Bobbi Trocky A-Q V H 5 in oi o, ktiiris if it S 'E i A ' 5 'le i 'E if 9' if 'lr if . 'lr i A ir it XX trevia 1983 New Trier Township High School Northfieidfwinnetka, Illinois 60093 CONTENTSCON f qv 1, 'I U7 O o Z -I IT! Z -I U7 O O Z -I I'l'l Z -I fl? O o Z -I I'T1 Z -I U9 O o Z -I I'T1 Z -I U7 O o Z -I I'T'I Z -I CD O o Z -I I'T1 Z -I CD 0 O Z -4 IT1 Z -I UJ O O Z -I I'l'l Z -I U7 O O Z -I FT1 Z -I U7 O o Z -I ITI Z -I UJ O O Z -I I'l'1 Z -I U7 O o Z -I ITI Z -I U1 O o Z -I ITI Z -I Cf! 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Z O O cn +- 2 Lu +- 2 O O fn +- Z Lu +- 2 O O cn +- Z Lu +- Z O O cn +- Z Lu +- Z O O UJ +- Z ul +- z O O cn +- Z u.+ +- Z O 0 cn +- z u.+ +- Z O O cl: +- 2 nu +- Z O O cn +- Z u.+ +- Z O O rf: +- 2 u.+ +- z O O ua +- z u.1 +- Z O O .I 'I DNTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTE NTS CONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTSCONTENTS interests 30 media 72 performing arts 88 sports 1 18 faculty 1 94 students 220 lNEllNOOSlN31NOOSlN3,LNOOSlNEi.LNOOSlN3J.NOOS.LN3lNOOSlN3iNOOSlNBLNOOSLN3lNOOSLNEUNOOSJ.NELNOOSLN3iNOOSiN3lNOOS.LNEIlNO NEW TRIER PCSED As one of Americas prominent public high schools, New Trier is praised by educators from coast to coast. Yet, New Trier also receives a disproportionate amount ofcriticism. We have found through extensive investigative research that the most severe reproaches and malicious accusations are completely unj ustifiable. Gross exaggerations and ridiculous misconceptions about the school run rampant throughout the country, We ieel that it is time to set the records straight, to dispel the rumors, and to present New Tricr's true image to the reading public. This will be done by examining scenes in the life oi' an average New Trier girl, Muffy. 4 STUDENT LIFE ACT I Setting: MUEFYS glorious mansion Enter: jet-set MUMMY wearing a mink shawl and dangling the keys to the Rolls. She is followed by a trail of servants. Enter: MUEEY wearing an electric pink skirt and a lime green turtleneck. MUFFY: Why are you home from Paris so soon? MUMMY: lt was a little chilly. How was your day, dear? MUEEY: Well, Bitsy and l were planning to fly to Buenos Aires for the polo match, but Biffs having this great gig on his yacht Friday night, and we just miss it. MUMMY: Oh, that's nice. Before you go to study, would you please fill your Mercedes with gas and clean the catbox. MUEEY: Grodyl MUMMY lights a cigarette and sports the HMrs. Robinson" look. Meanwhile, MUFEY pulls out of the driveway and heads for the gas station but decides to go shopping and turns the Mercedes toward Old Orchard. Pulling out her credit cards, she cranks Bruce Springsteen and the Grate- ful Dead on the car stereo simultaneously. ACT III Setting: School is out, and the students are walking through Indian Hill Park to the Green Bay parking lot. MUEEY: Wait up, Sebastianl SEBASTlAN rolls his eyes back and adjusts his bandana, waiting as MUEEY runs toward him with arms full of books. MUFFY: Were you at Chip's party last Saturday? SEBASTIAN: No, man, l missed it. MUFFY: Why's that? lt was really wild - SEBASTlAN: Ccutting her short, angeredb Look, l don't go to parties. They're only an outlet for the deviations of your true character that are repressed by the ultra- conservative values impressed upon you by your parents. The kind of parties that you go to stifle your individuality and demand intolerable conformity, ACT II Setting: A classroom filled with students sporting well-worn topsiders, monogrammed sweaters, and cute nicknames. TEACHER: Good morning, class. CLASS: Good morning, teacher. TEACHER: Now l know that you're all exemplary students, socialites and young capitalists who are unable to judge people in any other way than by the amount of beer they can drink in a weekend, but Chumblyi l think maybe itls time for you to question these traditional values. An uproar arises among the students. MUFEY takes charge. MUEFY: Oh my God! Question? You could get fired for asking us to re-evaluate our beliefs. Now, don't get me wrong. We do respect your opinion. Just don't impose it on us. We prefer to remain terminally cute. The class applauds politely as TEACHER hangs her head in shame and returns to discussion of War and Peace as it relates to The Preppy Handbook. MUEFY: Cindignantb What Q you talking about? SEBASTIAN. Cearnestlyl Muffy, l believe that there's sincer- ity and originality somewhere deep within you, beneath all those layers of clothes and that ridiculous nickname. MUFEY: Csnivellingb What do you mean?! llm independent: l have my own car and ten credit cards in my own name. l just don't understand! SEBASTlAN quickens his pace, ignoring Muffy. Muffy jogs beside him. MUEFY: Anyway, are you going to Biffs gig on Friday? SEBASTLAN: Csincerelyb Fm afraid not. l'll be in Buenos Aires for the polo tournament. I THE END STUDENT LIFE 5 BORED OF EDUCATION PLAYERS: 2 - 5,000 adviser for restrictions and regulations ftoo numerous to listj OBJECT: to successfully complete a day at New Trier Township MATERIALS: dice, a number two pencil, an English handbook High School a lab notebook, three folders, at least two hardcover books and RULES: every man for himself - see Student Guide Book or money for lunch Advigory fire alarm goes off football game tonight 8:1 5 ATHLETIC FIELD GET PSYCHED receive a ditch for a stopped by a narc take the afternoon off class you attended leavmg Campus GO TO ADVISER THANK THE CHAIRMAN. DO NOT COMPUTER SHOW YOUR I D PASS WHITE'S sent to adviser chairman 8:1 8 WAIT IN LINE UNTIL 8:35 START leave term paper on me bus GO BACK TO START 6th period lunch all the Eskimo Pies are gone GO TO WHITE S Green Bay lot is full PROCEED DIRECTLY TO ELDER LANE forget P.E. uniform es RUN ONE LAP class lecture period FALL ASLEEP the 2nd enter the wrong classroom SUFFER EMBARRASSMENT see biology movie TAKE NOTES the bell rings PICK UP BOOKS confuse 3rd floor with trip on stairs, wait until o you re prepared for a pop quiz GO AHEAD 2 NICH SPACES book the beeper goes off RETURN TO 'I'HE LIBRARY miss your bus STAY AT SCHOOL UNTIL 4:30 eat your homework BCPLAIN TO TEACHER forget to check out a your dog really does than 4 books GO DIRECTLY TO THE WEST CAMPUS School's out 3:30 FINISH your change COMPLAIN TO THE MANAGEMENT complete a test early PROCEED TO COMMONS avoid main staircase sneak into elevator GO AHEAD 2 SPACES seen carrying more Pepsi machine forgets ,,W-X K .Mx X... 1 . R. 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L 5' - ,HC-.3 , 'A 1.-Q f" 'xi 11"4?N?',:' , ' if . f '15 5 ,511 , " ' ' ' - , . .1 ' .flff f-'I'-'Z 4 . ' .25 'f':'X"' WT' -, , X A' '17 " J11?f-f' " 'I ' X, , " " ' ' A- F '-'- L , Q 27 lI'1Q":t:1EZ4:f f? . ft- X x- 5' V 'Y ' 5 l 4 W ' '22 ' .. V ,,. in-fa . A Q "'5'x' " 1-0 x - ,Thffdf ci rrzmt iglqts Sir Phillip was a chivalrous knight of the Trevian order. He was practiced in the arts of dressing well and receiving good grades. Both his parents and teachers admired his courteous behavior and quick wit. One dark, foggy May morning, as Sir Phillip wallowed through the teacherous mire of Indian Hill Swamp, a vision appeared from out of the sky. The unearthly image of a house filled with laughter and music, and surrounded by parked cars, shone brightly through the early morning haze. Sir Phillip's earthly existence had suddenly taken on new meaning. He now knew that he could no longer spend his weekends bagging groceries at Jewel, playing sports, maintaining his family"s estate, and complementing his education with homework. Sir Phillip was destined to lead the quest for the true New Trier weekend. At high noon the Royal Order of Trevians met around their cafeteria round table. Sir Phillip recounted his miraculous revela- tion and persuaded two of his fellow knights to join him in his crusade for the ultimate party. Plans were made for Friday nightg car keys had been procured from parents, and libations had been securely stowed in the trunk of Sir Elliot's trusty mount, Volkswagen. The men uncurled the map of their journey and prepared for the distant realms of Northfield. A gamely wench had spoken lO STUDENT LIFE ,. to Sir Alex of a party deep in the woods. Two young knaves in Sir Elliot's P.E. class had warned him that the same party would be closed. Before their departure, the trio of noble partiers trekked to the oracle at White Hen. Purchasing extra rations of gum, they were accosted by a wild, red-eyed minstrel. When asked "whats up," Sir Phillip replied that he and his merry band were seeking the true meaning of the New Trier weekend, and described their final destination. The mystic night wanderer made an odd grumbling sound in the back of his throat and swayed with eyes shut as the spirit of the oracle possessed him. He told the trio of young Trevians that their intentions were "cool," Sir Alex thanked him heartily. Llpon leaving White Hen, the gallant Sir Elliot spied a damsel in distress, a fair maiden with whom he had feasted last Tuesday. She slouched meekly in the corner near the telephone, heart- broken and bereft of transportation to the western countries, where she planned to meet her friends. As the merry Trevs were, indeed, heading westward, and, as they were all chivalrous young men, they escorted her to the Volkswagen. Although the journey was a long and arduous one, there was much frivolity, playing of music, and consuming of libations along the way. At last, the sure sign of their destination came into view. The band of party-goers prepared themselves for conquest, green and blue proudly displayed on their coats, hair groomed, ready for the moment of truth. Sir Elliot, Sir Alex, and Sir Phillip, escort- ing the fair maiden, Constance, strode across acres of lawn toward the castle. They breeched the moat by a small wooden bridge and tugged on a long, tasselled cord to gain entrance to the gig. An incredible din arose from within. Sir Elliot pounded furiously on the oaken door. At once they were face to face with a gruesome ogre who demanded two gold coins in return for entrance. Pleading in the name of the Divine Spirit of the Weekend, who had spoken directly to Sir Phillip, Sir Elliot asked to speak with the wealthy squire who owned the estate and the vast tracts of land surround- ing it. The massive door swung back in their faces. Indeed, the party was closedg their quest was disillusioning. STUDENT LIFE 1 1 The dejected partiers climbed into the trustyVW and headed to Constance's humble cottage on the rocky shores of Lake Michi- gan to watch "Animal House" on the Betamax. After the film had ended, the three weary knights traveled homeward to the rustic farm village of Wilmette. Their Volkswa- gen was in dire need of gas. As they drove through dense fog along the steep and winding ravine paths, Elliot, Alex, and Phillip brooded over their thoroughly disenchanting night. Although the evening was justly proclaimed a "bummer" by all, Sir Elliot, Sir Alex, and Sir Phillip remembered that many a Saturday night still lay ahead, the Trevs remained undaunted in their eternal quest for the New Trier weekend. I 12 STUDENT LIFE Ticket to Ride l stepped into the car confidently. After working on an English paper for eight hours, I felt that l deserved a break. So l embarked on my weekly excursion to McDonald's. Dad knew that I was a good driver and trusted me with the keys. My friends talked about going through the ravines at 45 m.p.h.g they considered moving violations status symbols more prestigious than even the Polo shirt. But l didn't. While I was driving down the road at exactly the speed limit, a routine check in my rearview mirror reflected Winnetka tax dol- lars at work. As I saw the flashing lights pulse on and off, my own pulse quickened. Between IPDE and aiming high, l had missed a stop sign. Oh my God! Dad will disown me. l'll lose my license and never drive again. l know! I could hit the accelerator and escape. l've seen it done a hundred times on T.V. Or maybe l couldjoin the French Foreign Legion, they would never catch me! Wait! l have to get a grip on myself. Slowly, l pulled over to the side of the road and caught my breath. The husky young civil servant left his vehicle and approached mine. l slouched in my seat, the inevit- able had happened. "Son, may l see your license?" U STUDENT LIFE 13 The Young and the Restless e W e , if V .I 00 LBS lill Eg f.-...... . TW" www.. nmmm..z.mw 'ai sn As the alarm went off, young Bobby Smith awakened to find himself facing another day at New Trier. After devouring two chocolate Pop-tarts, Bobby flew out the door and raced toward the shuttle bus. He searched for a window seat and sat down. "Hey, Bobby, did you finish your Odyssey assignment?" cried one of his friends. "Yeah, l was up until 11:00 last night reading." The shuttle bus pulled up in front of the Northfield campusg Bobby Smith readied himself for another arduous day at New Trier, Northfield Style. When advisory bell sounded, Bobby Smith shuffled off to biology class. With pig carcasses stretched before him, Bobby prepared himself for a delicate operation. "Bobby, l thinkl am going to be sick," mumbled his lab partner. 'lOh no! Not again!" After cleaning himself in the bathroom, Bobby went to the LA. building for a pop-quiz on The Odyssey. "Whew, l'm glad that's over. Let's go down to the Commons," he whispered to one of his classmates after turning in his paper. His day continued as usual. At 3:30, Bobby went to his Frosh!Soph play rehearsal. Missing the last shutde bus, Bobby called his mother for a ride. As he crawled into the car, he collapsed from exhaustion. Tired of working hard in school all week, Bobby looked forward to his bicycle date that weekend. Q Q . ,, . 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'V N im -'f M ' f 3 1 if 4 ., a K 7 Wx f 7 g W ,V M- wo- k ' - M x ., 'wa Us MAMA -,f Q A V, J 4: N-' .' by ,B , .' ,wx Q' ., . H 'E 'J 7 n ' A' ' . ' h-4 1 ,ff . "' '-Q , V Q , an ,. , A 2, Ms ,f xr xg , 7 , - , . ,n 'UN'-4' -' , 571- ,X 4 N"W WV 'f ,J x" ' '+R What I've Known For Years After coming home from work at 10:30, I grabbed a bite to eat and sluggishly opened my English folder. I stared at the assign- ment: A Describe below what you have learned about yourself during your four years at New Trier. Dazed, I stared thinking about what to write . . . Four years ago, I often asked myself, "Are my pants too short? Am I carrying too many books?" I prayed thatl didn't actually look like a freshman. Everyone in the halls, even other freshmen, seemed older and more at home. Lunch was always hell. I spent half of the lunch period looking for my friends. When October rolled around, I had a wide circle of friends and had even attended three football games. Nevertheless, I still felt a little uneasy around I8 STUDENT LIFE school. Weekends were just as tough, as Mom had to drive me everywhere and there really was nowhere to go. With the summer came my first job and my first smack of independence. As August turned into September, l knew the all-important driver's license was just around the corner. Bill was the first of my friends to get his license. I remember eight of us piling into his Dad's old Vega on a crisp fall evening in search of a party. Although we never found one, we succeeded in building bonds that even outlasted our disasterous double dates to Soph- omore Turnabout. Parents, teachers, and even strangers emphasized the intensity of junior year. Between late nights at the library, Junior Theme sessions, and connect-the-dot college tests, I also learned to really enjoy myself. The myth of "Senior Slump" was shattered within the second week of school. I found myself swamped with my normal school load plus the added burden of decisions about my future. College became the topic of almost every conversation. I was unsure and overwhelmed about the futureg and l was quite sure that I would never figure it out. My eyes were closing slowly. I knew it was futile. I closed my books, turned off the light, and went to bed. O STUDENT LIFE I9 Vacation - All I ever wanted The last thing I remember was waiting at O'Hare for my delayed plane flight, my shoes soaked, toes numb, fingers stiff, and teeth chattering. But now I awoke to the screech of the plane landing in the Fort Lauderdale Airport. I eagerly jumped off the plane and relished the warmth of the Florida sun. My family and I rushed to the hotel in our undersized and smelly rented car. I dragged our luggage to the room and unpacked. I had one goal in mind: to come home with a deep, dark tropical tan. I looked for my bathing suit at the bottom of my suitcase, where it's usually packed. Llnder toothpaste, pants, shirts, and shoes, it was nowhere to be found. Desperate, I said, "Mom, I can't find my swimsuit." "Oh, it's in the green duffle bag with all the other bathing suits." "What green duffle bag?" "The one I asked you to get from the kitchen table." A look of despair came over my face. "I thought you got that bag, Mom." 20 STUDENT LIFE A . ,ww . After a trip to the gift shop for a new suit, l invaded the beach armed with suntan lotion, sunglasses, Walkman, and towels. After spending five hours in the sizzling sun, I emerged from the beach covered with oil, sand, and salt, my skin tender and pink. I plodded back to my room for a cold shower and a soothing coat of burn lotion. l found both my shower and my suitcase vacant of soap. After another trip to the gift shop, my skin was bright red. The sun had set colorfully, and the air had become cool. l decided to sit by the pool and relax, so l bought a Coke for 51.50 and tossed a can of OFF into my beach bag. On the pool deck, l arranged myself comfortably on the lounge chair and began the trashy novel I had brought from home. The buzzing of a fly interrupted the tranquility of the fading day. The nasty little creature was sitting on my wrist. Forgetting the can of OFF, l raised my left hand to slap it. I brought my hand down with all my might, missing the fly and leaving a white welt in my raw skin that lasted until my tan eventually peeled off. As the intense sting slowly died away, l sipped my Coke and thought reassuringly, Florida, what a life!" Q STUDENT LIFE 21 Vacation - l have to get away The last thing l remember was the bell ringing at 3:30 on Friday afternoon. Now l was nestled in front of the television watching the Bulls' game with a bag of pretzels in my lap and a tall glass of OJ. at my side. Dad was outside in the garage trying to make room for the snow-blower, which had been left in the driveway all winter. l burrowed deeper into my chair hoping that he wouldn't see me. This was spring vacation, a time to relax, a time to do some serious T.V. watching and sleeping. My Bulls' game was rudely interrupted by my mother, who wanted to take me shop- ping for shoes. Don't ask me how we ended up at Northbrook Court, it just happened. After two hours of shopping, Mom had charged up a storm, my feet had blistered, and we had not visited one shoe store. When Mom and l got home, Dad was upset because we had forgotten to pick up my little brother from hockey practice. As Dad pulled out of the driveway, l decided to call some friends and ask them to go to a movie that night. After several calls, l realized that of the few friends who had stayed home, none of them really wanted to do much. Bored with television, l escaped to my room for a quick nap that lasted until dinner time. My brother insisted on waking me up himself by pouncing on my bed. To make things worse, all through dinner he pretended to be a game show host. "Name something you eat for dinner, top five answers on the board!" "Pass the salt," l answered. 22 STUDENT LIFE xxx . ...V mania. l-I W. ,,.X, -W .-.M ...,....,.... Q "Is the salt behind door number one, two, or three?" he con- tinued. "Forget it!" I said, reaching across the table awkwardly. "Oh! Spilt milk, smeared butter, and a triple!" "Mom!" "Whos gonna play fast money?" I wanted to strangle him, but I restrained myself. After doing the dishes, I retreated to my bedroom and to the comfort of my headphones. Thinking of my friends who would soon return home golden brown, I reflected on my "vacation," I had already been shopping three times, seen four movies, watch- ed endless hours of daytime television, and spent ten dollars at Tilt. By Thursday I had grown bored with MAII My Children" and "The Courtship of Eddie's Father," and had contemplated doing the math homework that I had neglected before spring break. I wearily opened my textbook as Mom yelled something about spring clean-up from the basement. I panicked, there was only one place to take refuge -the library. Quickly I stuffed my books into my backpack, threw on myjacket, and headed out the door. As the chilly April wind whipped my ears, and dirty slush filled my shoes, I thought, "Ah, Wilmette, what a life!" Q STUDENT LIFE 23 99990 Love s labors lost A John and Susie have known each other for a long time and are good friends. Tony and John work together. Alice and Susie are friends. Alice meets Tony at a party. Tony asks Alice out. Alice is interested in Tony but has been dating someone else recently. She hasn't known Tony very long, so she calls Susie. Susie talks to John. John talks to Tony the next day at work. John and Susie plan a double date for Friday night. They go out to dinner and to a movie. The group ends up talking at John's house. Susie ends up dating Tony. Alice ends up dating John. Everything's fine for now. O Frances and David have been dating on and off since eighth grade. Friday night they get into a fight about what to do. Frances calls her best friend, Melissa. They plan to go to a big party. David calls up some friends. They decide to go to the basketball game and to a party afterward. Frances sees Steve at the party. Steve has been in her history class for the past two years. They talk for a while. Steve and Frances are leaving for another party as David and his friends walk in. David isjealous but remains calm. Frances has a great time with Steve but feels guilty about the fight between her and David. Two days later David and Frances are going together, once again. C 24 STUDENT LIFE '3'3 f A .tw ra lt was love at first sight. Roxanne was everything Herbert had ever dreamed of. She was a cheerleader and a straight "A" student. He pursued her relentlessly. Her entrancing smile and golden hair brightened his day. Herb's favorite class was English because Roxanne sat only two rows behind him. Herbert's friends urged him to write Roxanne a love sonnet. The next day after he slipped the note into her math book, she said, "Your poem is so cute. Thanks, Herbert." Herbert was elated, he could hardly wait for English class the next day. When he smiled at her, she giggled. His male ego rose to new heights. As a senior in high school, Herbert knew it was time, time to call a girl on the phone. He nervously dialed the numbers. "Hello, Roxanne. lt's me, Herbert." "Oh, hi. How are you?" "Oh, O.K., I guess. Listen, l was wondering if you would like to go to the Homecoming Dance with me?" "Gee, l would love to, but Bob and l are going. l am sure we will see you there." "Oh, right. Well listen, l'll see you tomorrow." "Right, bye." He dropped the phone into its cradle and hung his head in sorrow. Then Herbert thought of his lab partner, Sally, and smiled. O STUDENT LIFE 25 Still crazy after all these years lt's eight o'clock Saturday morning. Why am l up? l got in at two o'clock last night after a rowdy ''whose-house-is-this-anyway'' party. l arrived with the same people l always see on weekends, but, as usual, when we got to the party, we all headed in separate directions. An old friend of mine was talking to a group of people. Julie sat just across from me on the sofa. I had not seen her since the summer after our sophomore year when we played on the same softball team. She was the same Julie l had remembered. l asked her how she'd been. "Fine What have you been up to?" she replied. "Working mostly," I said, taking the seat of a boy who had gone outside to join the crowd of dancers on the patio. "Yeah, l had a job, but I had to quit because of volleyball practice." We were both a little uncomfortable as Julie slowly drew circles with her finger on a coffee table between us. "How's it going?" "lt's pretty tough, but l'll probably make Varsity. The coach likes me. "Yeah, that's what you said freshman year, remember?" "That was funny. Really, what about our study hall?" "Look, " said Julie, following a soccer player onto the dance floor. "l'll see you later. We ought to get together sometime." "Yeah, give me a call tomorrow and we'll do something." "For sure, l will." Somehow, l knew she wouldn't. l slowly got out of bed, brushed my teeth, and took some aspirin. l got back into bed and smiled, remembering our fresh- man year. Julie and l were stuck next to each other in study hall. We started talking one day, and from then on we signed out to the library every day. Hiding behind the piles of books we had taken .nf i 26 STUDENT LIFE f'F'f off the shelves, we would stare discreetly, or so we thought, at the cute senior both of us had a crush on. We were careful to stackthe books in odd corners of the library when we left. More often than not, we were kicked out. After receiving dirty looks from the librarians, we would wander through the halls and giggle. Some- times we would sit outside with a group of people and gossip. Other times we would sit alone and talk about everything: par- ents, people, clothes, music, and sports. Julie was on the volleyball team and was very enthusiastic about it. I went to see her play in a couple of games. She wasn't very good, but l always told her she was great anyway. Now she was hoping to make Varsity. Once in a while, we would go shopping at Northbrook Court, which was really an excuse to eat everything in sight and look at things neither of us could afford. Julie's sister, who was a senior, would always come and pick us up. l remember how much older she seemed. She smoked cigarettes and knew all the words to the songs on the radio. One time Julie and l went into her room and looked through all her old yearbooks to read what people had written in them. We stole her Marlboros, too. She was furious when she found ashes in her favorite mug and burns in her bedspread. PEPP STUDENT LIFE 27 We always seemed to get into trouble together. I remember when both of us were grounded for missing our curfews. There was a big party on the beach and we were both excited because Marc, whom both of us thought was such a babe, was going to be there. That night was a complete disaster. We all sat around a fire on the beach eating and drinking. As more and more people arrived at the beach, I lost track ofJulie. While I tended the dying fire, Marc suddenly tapped me on the shoulder and asked where Julie was. We finally found her alone on the pier. She said she didn't feel well. We helped her get home, then walked back to the beach to get our bikes. I felt terrible about the whole thing, Julie got in trouble, and Marc asked me out. I remember calling Julie after my bi-monthly fight with my parents. More than once I had my suitcase packed and was ready to hit the road. She always said lwas welcome to stay at her house, but somehow, over the course of the conversation, she subtly persuaded me to work things out at home. Not only was she a good listener, but a good talker too. We spent many hours on the phone attempting to unravel a geome- try problem. As the clock problems got tougher, our gossip got juicier. We ended up talking all evening until Julie's dad told her to get off the phone. I stared at my clock radio, and it stared 9:30 back at me. As my nead begged for sleep and my stomach pleaded for food, the phone rang. Wearily, I answered it. I smiled. It was Julie. l 'WMP' www ,I . .N -I QL'-fE'?' ii .3 wf,wffX,. Mr i I 11 1, W 153 .J- "iii: ll' 'WW I . 28 STUDENT LIFE 125.2 EF' J!- 5? 461 0 C Q g I I 5. . ' . C U Q S I I .l.l g S ij. 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Freshman year: The student is bom- barded with a multitude of clubs. Tackling these var- ious sandhills, he sinks and finds himself at the foot of the hill. Frustrated, he continues to attack one after another. As the year goes on, he realizes the amount of strength required to reach the top. Sophomore year: He begins eliminating hills too steep for him. Not inclined to the slopes in Math Club, he decides to take the Tri-Ship route. The climber finds his foothold. Junior year: Gathering the steaks for Steakfest ll, progress be- gins. Time and effort are devoted to the strenuous ascent. He gains recogni- tion while nearing the peak. Senior year: The student reaches the height of his activity and plants his flag of con- quest. As Tri-Ship presi- dent, he now holds the power to guide other climbers. After gradua- tion, the senior finds him- self at the bottom. Howev- er, he retains the gear needed to begin expedi- tions in years to come. iv I . . INTERESTS 33 Clubs answer kingdom's call The king arose. Gesturing to the knights to be silent, he began to speak. "Knights of the realm," he thundered, "Thou art the finest knights in all the kingdom of New Trier. The prowess of thy swords is insurpassable. Likewise, the fortitude of thy wit and reason is beyond comparison. Verily, it is for these skills that I have called you here. There beist a task of great difficulty for ye to accomplish. lt is to search out 'The Ultimate Club,' that prize that all the world doth covet." At the end of this announcement, all the knights arose letting out an exclamation, "The Ultimate Club!" For those who would find the legendary prize, it would create great excitement, would generate tremendous interest, and would provide invaluable knowledge for many years to come. A sudden silence fell over the captivated crowd. Sir Barton then rose and asked, "Your August Majesty, when dost thou want us to commence this pilgrimage?" King Wellington replied, "At dawn the company shall embark." As the fiery orb peaked over the eastern horizon, the knights began their quest for "The Ultimate Club." After weeks of arduous searching through the endless hallways and corridors of New Trier, each knight at last discovered what he thought was "The Ultimate Club." The collection of clubs that the knights had uncovered was diversified. Meeting a variety of student interests, these groups offered an opportunity for people to participate with other enthusiasts in their favorite activities. There were clubs geared specifically towards the outdoors, including Biology Club, Hosteling Club, and Astronomy Club. The Computer Club, Span- 34 SMALL CLUBS IRTQ5 its CALCULVS -as J gn wfswg, y I 'N , Left: Two New Trier students open up to Spanish culture. Far left: Amnesty International members prepare to pen a petition for prisoners. Upper left: Hosteling Clubbers enjoy the warmth of their fellow campers on a wilderness outing. Above: Sharing her knowledge, Student Tutor Mary Tang proves to her pupil that even Calculus can be fun. 1Kramer, Ryden, Applegate, Lipmanl " l -68 SMALL CLUBS 35 Above: Sponsor Mr. Richard Koerner and other students get a slice of French culture at the weekly French Club meeting. Above right: Arriving at the fourth floor, Primal Scream Club members shatter the sound barrier. Far right: Bridging the generation gap, Sponsor Mr. Jared Ingersoll teaches Bridge Clubbers the tricks of the trade. Right: Although grounded, Skydivers' spirits soar. fLeopold, Ryden, Kramer, Kramer, Rydenl 36 SMALL CLUBS C. bus... 1 E 1 'v" L f ' V tiff Z. A Q fix ff' 9 .vlrli as ,A 2 l 0'- 'file ,Q ,n ish Club, French Club, and German Club were organizations designed for intellectual challenge. Providing entertainment for fun lovers, there were clubs directed toward games and hobbies, such as Frisbee Club, Sky Diving Club, Bridge Club, Chess Club, Conflict Simulations Club, Amateur Radio Club, and Industrial Arts Club. More serious-minded folk could participate in student and public service clubs, among which were H.O.P.E., Peace Alliance, Amnesty International, and Student Tutoring Club. lmpressed by the array of clubs that they had discovered, the knights made ready to bring their observations back to their King. But before departing, the knights thanked the students and spon- sors of these organizations for their cooperation and warm hospi- tality. The students thought nothing of it, for all were welcome to the clubs at New Trier. When all of the knights had returned, King Wellington called a special meeting of the Round Table in order to discuss "The Ultimate Club." To Wellington's surprise, however, the knights could not seem to agree on which of the many clubs at New Trier was the finest. Each knight proclaimed that he, alone, had found "The Ultimate Club." Consequently, Wellington decided that after all of the knights had discussed the fine points of the clubs, he would then determine which organization was, indeed, the best. Opening the meeting, the first knight presented an organiza- tion devoted to the enjoyment of the great outdoors, the Hostel- ing Club. Presiding officer Tom Applegate, along with Faculty Sponsor Mr. Zach Lazar, organized numerous weekend expedi- tions into various parts of Wisconsin, lndiana, Michigan, and lllinois. Wrapping up his convincing argument, the proud knight boasted that many hostelers had attempted, if not perfected, the arts of cross-country skiing, rock-climbing, bicycling, canoeing, and camping. The next knight spoke about another nature- oriented club, Biology Club. After describing the many lectures given on a variety of vital issues, the knight stated that the club's real attraction lay in the Saturday morning field trips during which members not only witnessed natural phenomena, but also in- creased their general scientific knowledge. Another knight re- lated his experience with Astronomy Club. Exploring the wonders ofthe galaxy, this group held question and answer sessions which kept the members up-to-date on the happenings in outer space. After concluding the review of the outdoor-oriented clubs, an enthusiastic knight unveiled his discovery of an intellectually challenging club of the future, Computer Club. Under the guid- ance of Sponsor Mrs. Thomsen, members of this organization learned basic computer know-how, eventually creating their own programs to solve problems, analyze business, and play games. Members, with the input of only a few hours a week, could quickly develop long-lasting computer savvy. Three knights then arose to present their impressions of the international club scene. The first of the group announced his discovery of a civilization far different from his own through Spanish Club. This organization gave its members a deeper understanding of Spain - its culture, people, and customs. His comrade, Sir White, then impressed upon his listeners the value of French Club, whose members enjoyed the pleasures of French life with their Sponsor, Mr. Richard Koerner. Another group of international clubbers learned about German culture through sampling its food and learning traditional dances. The King then eagerly motioned for the knights who had 5 . . Q 5 , P"-""m...-inf' .,,, ..... ... SMALL CLUBS 37 visited the games and hobbies clubs to address the council. Sir Barney proclaimed his discovery of Frisbee Club. This club offered a unique opportunity for its participants to enjoy athletic activity in an informal, yet competitive, environment. Members of this club also exchanged new frisbee tricks which they used in ultimate frisbee games against themselves and others. Another trick-oriented club, the next knight cleverly interjected, was Bridge Club. Bridge fanatics met once a week to practice and gain experience in their art. The ideal organization for students intrigued by strategy was Chess Club. An astute knight observed that members of this club were less informal than others, since they participated in a competitive league against neighboring schools. Rising quickly, Knight Severns boasted that Conflict Simulations Club was the finest in the land of New Trier. Its members re-created historical and hypothetical conflicts to see how they would have reacted. The next knight claimed that Amateur Radio Club, led by Mr. Alan Brix, was the most entertain- ing activity in the realm. Learning about the use of "ham" radios, clubbers discussed the operation and maintenance of radios on various wavelengths. Industrial Arts Club worked wonders for those mechanically inclined, another knight boasted. A high- flying club this year, the fourteenth knight exclaimed, was Sky Diving Club. This audacious group viewed films on diving tech- niques and utilized their bravery to parachute from the heights of New Trier. lmpressed by this collection of clubs, the King asked if there were any other organizations not yet mentioned. The three re- maining knights rose. The Hrst told of his encounter with the Student Tutoring Program. Sponsored by Miss Deborah John- son, the tutors developed their teaching talents while providing fool-proof medicine for those suffering from painful grades. 38 SMALL CLUBS - . .1 ' 'WA Below: Mr. Alan Brix clears static enabling an Amateur Radio Club member to tune into the world of "ham" radios. Below left: Eloquent Forensics member Laura Respess single-handedly dazzles her capti- vated audience. Far left: Astronomy club members, and Sponsor Mr. Robert Koonz, listen intently as Bruce Seymour clues them in to the myster- ies of Uwe universe. Above left: With inflated spirits, two hostelers plunge head first into the great white north. Left: Absorbed in extra-terrestrial matters, Sci-Fi Club members share cosmic mind-waves. 1Kramer, Kram- er, Rosenthal, Applegate, Davrosl SMALL CLUBS 39 Above: Cradling a glowing disc, Alan Platt perfects his frisbee technique. Right: Bringing home the importance of world harmony, Peace Alliance members pinpoint the horrifying effects of a nuclear holocaust. Far right: Plotting intricate strategy, Chess Clubbers battle against time to check their fellow mates. Above right: Alter programming a novel idea, a Computer Club member eagerly awaits the read- out. fRyden, Kramer, Kramer, Rydenj H.O.P.E. Club, the next knight announced, was always willing to lend its assistance to the community. It raised money for local charities while providing invaluable services to the needy. Pre- senting the final case, Sir Barton stated that, without a doubt, Peace Alliance was the finest club of all. ln addition to giving its members a forum for exchanging their political views, the club also increased student and community awareness of the dis- astrous effects of nuclear holocaust. The highlight of Peace Alliance's year was the Peace Day held to present information on all aspects of the present nuclear situation and to stress the importance of world peace. After Sir Barton took his place among his fellow knights, there was a long silence. King Wellington finally spoke. "Knights, I have reached a decision. lt is that all of these clubs are 'the ultimate' Each one offers a unique opportunity for people with similar interests to participate with others in activities they enjoy. Fur- thermore, these organizations provide a relief from the rigorous academic demands of high school. Thus, knights of the realm, we must conclude that it is our duty to protect all of these precious clubs, for each is truly special in its own way." I .41 SMALL CLUBS 41 Alliance constitutes the student voice PETER NORA Preside nt Article I. Name The name of this organization shall be the Student Alliance of New Trier Township High School. Article ll. Purposes Section 1: to relay the students' opinions to the faculty and administration. Section 2: to regulate New Trier's clubs by granting charters. Article lll. Powers Section 1: to distribute funds to the various organizations at New Trier. Section 2: to define and protect the rights of New Trier's students. Article IV. Members Section 1: The following students were Student Alliances of- Hcers during 1982-1983: A. President - Peter Nora B. Vice-President - Ramiro Prudencio C. Treasurer - Savi Pai D. Secretary - Barb Halpin Section 2: These dedicated officers expressed their opinions to Representatives-at-Large and Club Representa- tives. They, in turn, relay the ideas to the clubs and students. Section 3: The sponsor for Student Alliance in 1983 was Mr. William Sanders. Article V. Activities Section 1: Halloween party A. Over 1000 students attended dressed in cos- tumes. B. Many attractions, including New Trier's own band, "A Fine Mess." Section 2: Springfest A. Many students ate at food booths. B. Recreational events were present. Section 3: Other Successes A. Computer Dance B. Wintermania Activities C. Activities Fair Article Vl. Coordination with the Freshman Campus Section 1: Representatives attended freshman events such as Steering Committee meetings. Section 2: Student Alliance held events such as exchanges for freshman students. Conclusionzln 1983, Student Alliance was able to strengthen its program from previous years. By distributing funds to various clubs, providing many entertaining events, and working well with the freshmen, the Student Alliance organization attained respected status. I 42 STUDENT ALl.lANCE RAM DENCIO SAVI PAl BARBARA HALPlN lROV?iuPresident Treasurer Secretafl' , .,fl WILLIAM SANDERS Sponsor -vw ,,p'P"':. ,. .. ,I ex., in wax 85521. 'Q' 'X li l or Left: Vice President Ramiro Prudencio studies his lecture before addressing the house. Far left: Re- viewing the day's minutes, Secretary Barb Halpin discusses the upcoming second budget meeting with Sponsor Mr. Sanders. Top: Programming the new student message board, Repre- sentatives Billy Goodman, Jamie Davis and Amir Khan broadcast a Student Alliance update. Above: Pres- ident Peter Nora puts aside his official duties to take up the Christmas spirit. 1Lipman, Millin, Millin, Millinj STUDENT ALLIANCE 43 ELECTED REPS Bottom row: Halpin, Pai, Bernstein, Robinson, McWhirter, Weiss, Skloot, Kipnis, Cavanaugh. Second: Raveret, Goodman, Selvag- gio, Abell, Jacobson, Harris. Third: Rosenblate, Katz, Prudencio, Miller, Read, Wise, Frient, Polydoris. Fourth: Nora, McKeever, Berman, Weiser, Sil- vers, Bridges. Fifth: McCurdy, David Khan, Howard. Absent: Blum, Green! stein, Hoynes, Neary, O'Malley, Sigal, Small, Talbot, Yap. CLUB REPS: Bottom row: Butler Miyazuki, Almond, Stranz, Rothbarty Lesnik. Second: McDermott, Ritken lows, Silvers, Shatkin, Buyer. Absent Adelstein, Epstein, Janoski. 44 STUDENT ALLIANCE Brumitt, Nussbaum, Tomory, Borsot- ti, Berman. Third: Dunn, Loria, Bel- Programming committee lines up interest Q 'K 'Q r I .. LILLY GOREN KELLY BOLAN DOLLY SKOBEL Co-chairman Co-chairman Sponsor f ,wflv "Hello, l'd like an outside line, please . . . l'm from Program- ming Committee . . . Yes, I'II hold . , . l'd like to speak with the Senator, 'please . . . Oh, he's not in. Well, I'm a student at New Trier . . . Yes,IcaIIedIastweek . . . No, I'm with the Programming Committee . . . We were wondering if the Senator could speak at New Trier next month . . . I already sent a letter . . . Thank you . . . Bye" Calls such as these were part of the daily routine of a Pro- gramming Committee member. All year, members of this stu- dent organization, designed to inform, invited speakers to appear at New Trier. Their purpose was not only to educate, but also to entertain. Under the supervision of Sponsor Mrs. Dolly Skobel, Co-Chairpersons Kelly Bolan and Lilly Goren and the committee members organized a variety of programs to bring important issues and superlative entertainment to the attention of students and faculty at New Trier. With October came campaign season and the arrival of politi- cians to New Trier. Senator Charles Percy, State Senatorial and Congressional candidates Eugenia Chapman, Donald Eslick, Roger Keats, and John Porter were among the well-known gov- ernment figures addressing student audiences. Making the halls of New Trier part of their campaign trails, these candidates deli- vered speeches and personally spoke with students in an effort to familiarize young adults with the political process. Programming Committee also presented the opportunity for students to view two Elms dealing with nuclear weapons and the prevention of the building of nuclear plants. "No Nukes" and "The Last Epidemic," both shown in November, made students aware of the dangers connected with nuclear developments and provoked their questions about today's nuclear advancements. Helping students to realize the hazards of smoking, Program- ming Committee held health fitness day in conjunction with the "Great American Smokeout" on November 18. Joel Spitzer of the Stop Smoking Clinic at Skokie Valley Hospital joined Dr. Bernard Newman in a convincing discussion of the dangers of smoking and drugs. On the entertainment side, Programming Committee hosted magician Eugene Berger for an encore performance of his fabu- lous "Sleight-of-Hand" magic show. For the second year in a row, he amazed students in the cafeteria with impressive card tricks. This winter Programming Committee also welcomed the nationally acclaimed male vocal group "The Colgate Thirteen" from Colgate University. Humoring New Trier students, the troop presented its repertoire, including comedy, 50's tunes, popular ballads, and barbershop numbers, which had been viewed all over the United States as well as in the Caribbean. Presenting various opportunities to New Trier students, Pro- gramming Committee accomplished its goal: to bring more of the world to New Trier and more of New Trier to the world. I Left: Candidate for state representa- tive Aaron Jaffe distributes campaign pamphlets to New Trier students dur- ing Programming Committees Candidates Day. Above left: Guest magician, Eugene Berger, proves that his hands are quicker than students' eyes as he tours the cafeteria during lunch periods. fPhotos by Rydenl PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE 45 Right: Co-heads of Programming Committee, Kelly Bolan and Lilly Goren, look over important business prior to a weekly meeting. Below: Members of Colgate Llniversity's vo- cal group, 'The Colgate Thirteen," enter- tain New Trier students with their song and dance routines. fPhotos by Clarke, Lipmanj BOARD Bottom row: M. Horn Jacobson, Becker, Homer, Vitikainen McColl, Merwise. Second: Mrs Skobel Csponsorj, Geary, Goren Weismehl, Nussbaum, Salchow, Col- lias, Waldman. Third: Clement Adams, Bolan, B. Horn, Sugarman Prince, Lenhart. Absent: Khodadad. 46 PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE 1 -any NY X Q.,.,': MEMBERS Bottom row: Bolan, Vitikainen, Sugarman, Goren, Horn, Salchow. Second: Merwise, McColl, Lyons, Waldman, Shelton, Lober. Third: Wallach Hayman, Khodadad, Lenhart. k,,',,r -t pt wwf 'Q :- MEMBERS Bottom row: Mandel, Haith, Homer, Radner, Wanger. Second: Lenhart, Becher, Herber, Price, Waterman, Collias. Third: Price, Adams, Dapolito, Platt, Mitchell, Karton. MEMBERS Bottom row: Jentel, Hines, Clement, Howard, Weismehl. Second: Horwitz, Yaskot, Peterson, Bryant, Helfand, Horn. 31' MEMBERS Bottom row: Kaplen,Jacobson, Bender, Fridgersen, E. Bogart, Com- in. Second: Peterson, Nussbaum, Clement, A. Bogart, Schienberg, Petti, Jacobs. Third: Hines, Gross, Foley, Trux, Lamotte, Karmin. MEMBERS Bottom row: Witt, Hecht, Godfrey, Blacklow, Davis, Sullivan. Second: Abrams, Haller, Jentel, Murphy, Mathisen, Merwise. Third: Desser, Lincoln, Mintz, Asher, Kelly, Baisseau. fi-I MEMBERS Bottom row: Winner, Rothbart, Fine, Leawitt, Rice, Liu. Second: Klarfeld, Front, Randolph, Sullivan, Prince, Cole. Third: Skorcz, Nyhan, Applegate Oyasu, Terao-Witt, Siegal. PROGRAMMING COMMITTEE 47 Debaters exercise their mental muscles Debate is a sport that requires hard work and logical thinking. Like an athlete, a debater must spend many hours at the local libraries sharpening his skills and building his mental endurance. Working on persuasive speaking, the debater practices reading his briefs at supersonic speeds. After collecting and preparing his equipment, the verbal athlete fights his way through challenging rounds at weekend meets. Expert debating requires rigorous training. Before entering debate, members must take a class in Speech Communication where they learn the finer points of speech making. Attending institutes all over the U.S., including the University of Louisville, Northwestern University, Redlands College, and Georgetown University, this year's Junior Varsity and Varsity teams worked on the 1982-1983 topic: "Resolved: The United States should signi- ficantly curtail its arms sales to other countries." Guided by Faculty Sponsors Thomas McClain and Linda Oddo, students blocked out various cases and formulated arguments to use against their opponents. Rewarded for their diligent conditioning, the members exhib- ited their perfected skills at many local and national debate tournaments. Successful Varsity debaters Savi Pai and Ginger Segel advanced to the elimination rounds at several tourna- ments. Receiving several speaker's awards and other honors, this team was also invited to the prestigious "Tournament of Cham- pions." Team members Rick Levee and Marc Rosenman also gave fine performances in final rounds at several competitions. This year's novice team also excelled in the verbal arena. Under the guidance of their Varsity helpers, the junior members leamed the basics of debate theory and the rudiments of speech making. Along with the novice team, this year's Junior Varsity squad met with success at local debate tournaments. These young verbal athletes showed great potential for New Trier's future victories in debate. After the debaters won the climactic State Toumament at lllinois State University in March, the members enjoyed a rest from seasonal activity. These verbal athletes, however, will resume their never-ending conditioning this summer, as the mental musclemen of the future must build their strength for next year's challenge. U Above right: Debater Moira McDer- mott carefully selects her arguments in preparation for her upcoming speech. Above far right: ln a practice round, Savi Pai presents the judge with a justihcation for me curtailment of weapons to Indonesia. Right: With an intent eye, Susie Miller questions Ginger Segel's position on the im- portance of human rights. 48 DEBATE mg I-Il ly, 3' Hr' Mfrmi f New KI3 2 XX RY., .:..,,g, S I' xi .a,.....nl SAVI PAI President ng f RICK LEVEE MARK ROSENMAN Wee president Secretary . , y 4 s If Q M I an 4 GINGER SEGEL THOMAS MCCLAIN LINDA ODDO Tournament Direc1or Sponsor Sponsor M VARSITY Bottom row: Hillery, Cava- naugh, Pai, Bernstein, Greene. Sec- ond: McAllister, Kuhs, S. Miller, Michaelis, Cunningham. Third: McDermott, Waldman, K. Miller, Segel, Baker. Fourth: Chorvat, LeVee, Jentel, Rosenman, Vogel. NOVICE Bottom row: Stone, Levin, Newman, Cyrluk, Reif. Second: Cas- sin, Williams, Polsky, Gottlieb. Third: Roston, Barr, Slavin, Hanley, Merwise. Fourth: Margolies, Gutman, Terman, Vogel, Prince, Berlin. STUDENT CONGRESS Bottom row: Dolan, Gilson, Stern, Azar, New- man, Skilton. Second: Mr. McClain, McCutchen, Glueck, Drobny, Ragusi, Greenberg, Ledinsky. Third: Weiss- bluth, Malles, Reiff, Rosenberg, Park, Baissac. Fourth: Bohnsack, Graham, Ginty, Ticho. Absent: Fitzsimmons, Ryden. DEBATE 49 Social service provides seasons in the sun Autumn brought the beginning of school and the inauguration of a new year for Social Service. While the trees donned a brilliant display of color, board members raked together 400 eager volun- teers. Tutoring young children and working with the elderly, emotionally disturbed, or physically handicapped were the op- tions provided by the thirteen different Social Service groups. Board members stressed the opportunity for "cultural exchange" in which volunteers would be exposed to a lifestyle different from their own. New Trier students quickly became acquainted with the recipients of their attention, as the warmth of developing friendships lessened the effect of cooling temperatures. Demon- strating this spirited enthusiasm, Ridgeview regulars requested that their visits to the elderly be increased from once to twice a week. With the arrival of winter, co-heads Anne Meyers and Megan Martin, guided by Sponsor Eugene Kroschel, directed a flurry of preparations for the upcoming holiday season and the annual Battle of the Bands. A blizzard of holiday celebrations within the groups marked the yuletide season. Dreaming together of a white Christmas, volunteers and their partners held parties, sang carols, and exchanged presents. New Trier students and teachers also filled Christmas stockings to help disadvantaged youths enjoy the Christmas season. Taking advantage of the freezing weather, the participants in the St. Charles group organized a tobogganing outing, while other groups went skating and sledding. These activities encouraged good cheer and served to strengthen the bonds of friendship. The ever-popular Battle of the Bands, which ornamented a dreary March, successfully accumulated funds to fuel the weekly Social Service buses. As a green world emerged from a blanket of snow, Social Service volunteers began to realize the sense of self-satisfaction that they had gained through their experiences. The corps of New Trier social services emphasized the psychological benefits they had derived from brightening the life of another human being. Co-head Anne Meyers explained, "The realization you have of self-accomplishment is similar to the awakening of the new season. You feel a sense of beauty blooming within you." The weekly exposure that the students had to those less fortu- nate than themselves precipitated appreciation of the advantages, the youth, and the physical and emotional health that they pos- sess. The grand finale of the year was the spring picnic which brought together members of all New Trier groups and their partners. Feeling the joy of approaching summer, volunteers were reluctant to part with their established friends, who had seasoned their lives throughout the year. C 50 SOCIAL SERVICE ANNE MEYERS MEGAN MARTIN EUGENE KROSCHEL C h d of Social Service C0-head OfS0Clf1l 5el'V'Ce Sponsor .-45"I1'. n1 - f- -taslief l F 1, , .f ,nf ,J Below: Face-to-face with a Social Ser- vice Santa, a young girl embraces the Christmas spirit. Below left: A young St. Charles participant socks a beam- ing smile to responsive tutor Bill Mil- bratz. Extreme lower left: At a Ridge- view Pavillion Christmas party, Evelyn eagerly joins in the strains of "Silent Night." Far left: Hand-in-hand, two in- ner-city girls reveal their "secrets for sharing with a friend" to their St. Charles tutors. Left: Saturday morn- ing tutor Jon Neilsen clues in his "Watson" to the mysteries of mathe- matics. lLeopold, Kuhs, Vogelsgang, Kuhs, Kuhsj 1 ,J U 1 1 if fi- SOCIAL SERVICE BOARD Bottom Row: Meyers fco-headj, Martin lco- - headj. Second: Hopmayer, Smith, Q Hoffman, Hartman, Haderlein, Dube, Dent, Mr. Kroschel fsponsorl. Third: Mayer, J. Berman, Tozer, M. Berman. Carlin, Siegal, O'Malley. Fourth: Seg- al, Fusco, Barr, Gourley, Michaels, Read, Foley. Absent: Keren, Roma- noff. SOCIAL SERVICE 51 LATHROP BOYS' CLUB Bottom row: Rizavi, Fusco, Hartman, Lo. Second: Fusco, Becker, Sullivan, Wolter. Third: Mcltleely, Yaskot, Parmelee. Absent: French, Hayes, Howard, McKenzie, Rafaneello, Tan, Tshilds. ,Paris-f'.:. .1 ALBOT S ALBOT Bottom row: Chapman, Koy, Lynch, Homburger, Jan Gold- man. Second: Hirschle, Mclblicol, McCook, Levin, Schwimmer, Kelly, Thalman. Third: Jane Goldman, Katz, Hopmayer, O'Malley, Carstedt, Becker, Levin. Ab- sent: Grace, Mitchel. 52 SOCIAL SERVICE it ,,,.,' - .- '-r ILLINOIS CHILDRENS HOSPITAL SCHOOL Bottom row: Seftenberg, Leder- er, Handwerker, Gauri, Darnton, Creath. Second: Berger, Biehl, Beebe, Brennan, Mills, Hoffman Cco-headl, Kipley. Third: Romanoff fco-headl, Lyons, Murray, Chapin, Moody, Hawk, DuBois. Fourth: Kearney, Newton, Bradley. Absent: Cahan, Pottinger. RIDGEVIEW Bottom row: Ebenhoeh, Mintz, Horwitz, Clement. Second: Oakley, Remien, Siegal, O'Neil, Cashman, Vogelsang. Third: Matz, Bradley, Lavelle, McCarty, Miss Sweers. Absent: K. Burgener, P. Burgener, Hermes, Homburger, Kelly, Maimon, Mills, Purcell, Shattuck, Zanarini. CHRISTOPHER HOUSE Uuesdayj Bottom row: Cohen, Mattox, Spertus, Beck- er, Rootberg, Friedlander, Russell, O'Keefe. Second: Colletta, O'CalIaghan, Michaelis fco-headl, Barr fco-headl, Badgley, Schnepper, Ristic, Childcraft, Heidelburger, Third: Clement, Klem, Mr, Newey fsponsorj, Murphy, Smart, Buchen, Zogg, Kaplan, Rockefeller. Fourth: Sorkin, Perlow, Unknown, Howard. Absent: Berk, Coughlin, Gelfond, Gerber, Lax, Pruzansky, Raffe, Stein. OAKTON S DAWES Bottom row: Claffey, A Smith fco-headl, Dent fco-headl White, Buchmann, Groh, Moliter. Second: Heitman. Third: Stadheim, Hausman Parent, Bailey, Bunge, Tan, Evangelista, Markus. Fourth: Porter, Fogarty, Milstein gurckaan, P. Smith, Nagele. Absent: Gutfreund, Hirschel, Margolis, O'Malley c li e. CHRISTOPHER HOUSE QSat. morn.j Bottom row: Miller, McMillan, McKune, Fuchs. Second: A White, Westerhold, Banas, Pigott, Keren fco-headj, Haderlein fco-headj. Third: C. White, Ku perman, Gould, Mills, Frommeyer, Love, Absent: Brandeis, Chester, Cox, Fe-znner, McAllister, Ward. LAKE-COOK Bottom row: Howard, McArthur, Hedstrom, W. Read, Radcliffe, Rizavi. Second: Funk, Olmsted, Hemmeter, H. Read, Hirschtritt, Bergsten, McCann, Mrs. Griffin. Third: Haymon, Nicolazzo, Finkleman. Waldman, Khan, Hillner, Kaulfuss. Absent: Anderson, Dolnick, Golomski, Groosinger, Nora, Roli- son, Ward, Wren. 1 1 1 1 ST. CHARLES Bottom row: Will, Carlin, Plumb, Solberg, Walsh, Emanuel Lidman. Second: Ellis, Berman fco-headj, Cordek, Siegal, Mayer fco-headj Third: DuPont, Elkin, Coleman, Nielsen, Milbratz, Wold. Absent: Baker, Barr Bergsten, Duffy, Faucett, Gynn, Levin, McHugh. C-WARD Bottom row: Mrs. Kaplan, Kant, Weber. Second: Berman, DiCesare, Grant, Gourley, Witcoff. Third: Romanoff, Bailey, Cassidy. Absent: Cornelius, Hirsch, Mathison, Metzner, Wiley. ST. GREGORY Bottom row: Donohue, Licata, Matusoff, Bernstein, Dube ico- headl, Tozer, ico-headj, McShane, Liston. Second: Hicks, Singleton, Krone, Conway, Leopold, Rusnack, D'Arcy, Krummins, DiCanio, Applebaum. Third: Kindig, Crow, Wilson, Spears, McDermott, Haffenberg, Cordek, Bailey, Greens- pon, Hopmayer, Brunzell. Fourth: E. Hartigan, Coleman, Paden, Blanl-stein, Horwich. Fifth: Hickman, Dustman, Duncan, Fell, Daley, Abell, Strube, Clancy. Sixth: Neavolls, McNeil, Beasley, Murphy, Rabin, Raben, Goeben. Absent: Abrams, Cash, Cole, Curtiss, C. Hatrigan, Matz, McArthur, O'Malley, Roberts, Stenly, Tompkins, Mrs. McClendon fsponsorj. SOCLAL SERVICE 53 Girls' club funds futures 1 tr uinn.-...-, f ,.. ..s. as -tw. - - . ,Q ' rr' 54 GIRLS' CLUB Strolling down the second floor club row, Carl Computer caught sight of a girl hauling a box of cans out of a room. He glanced into this office and noticed industrious workers arrang- ing Christmas baskets and making signs. Wondering who these busy girls were, he read the sign above the doorway: "Girls' Club." Llnder the guidance of President Joyce Anderson and Faculty Sponsors Mrs. Carol Gourley and Mrs. Patricia Stanley, this year's Girls' Club raised needed scholarship money and promoted school spirit. Beginning the year with a bang, the club organized the Daddy Daughter Dinner Dance. The 1982 "Pop Hop" offered girls a night out with their dads dancing to fifties tunes. The girls continued to generate spirit by organizing activities for holidays and school events including sales of Spook-a-Grams, hot dogs at football games, taffy apples, and carnations on Valentines Day. For the first time, cookie sales were added to the traditional Girls' Club fund raisers: The Mother-Daughter Fashion Show and the Magazine Drive. This year the club also created an Auxiliary Committee to assist members with these many activities. This group helped the organization reach an ambitious 510,000 goal by assuming extra responsibilities in the various Girls' Club sales and drives. The club's services were not confined to helping within the school. The entire student body "lent a helping can" during the canned food drive and donated more than 30,000 cans to the Greater Chicago Food Depository in order to provide holiday meals for people all over the city. Devoted members also col- lected baskets of food and toys for needy families in the township. Whether Girls' Club helped New Trier or the community, each member's dedication was reflected in the club's success: a large contribution toward scholarships, charitable organizations, and school spirit. I ,vo . 5 JOYCE ANDERSON ELIZABETH SOLOMAN LAURA BURR UXURA RUBIN President Vice President Treasurer Secretary 'tis 2-si 9 1 I 3 fi.-4 lt 3 5 2 ite. -Pf 'Q is Sak Bm om P X Left: Girls' Club plans for the arrival of the cookies with over the shoulder approval of Tri-Ship President Tom Millikin. Far left: Meret Keller concen- trates on counting collected cans. Ex- treme left: An important canned food meeting demands the attention of board members Alison Gardner and Susie Sachs. Top: Freshmen coordi- nator Ann Boyd and sponsor Mrs. Gourley cook up plans for the dis- tribution of cookies at the Northfield campus. Above left: Co-head of scho- larships Susie Sachs deploys Girls' Club troops to collect cookie money for the winter scholarship drive. Above: Patty Weber deals with hefty matters as she fills an order for an awaiting cookie salesman. fMillin, Hoffman, Millin, Ryden, Metzler, Rydenj GIRLS' CLUB 55 Right: Sponsor Mrs. Gourley and Co-Head of Social Awareness, Sheila Clary, discuss gift and food ideas for Girls' Club holiday baskets. iPhoto by Rydenl 6' PAT STANLEY CAROL GOURLEY Sponsor Sponsor I! apr- . V ANNE BOYD TRUDY FRIEDIANDER PATTY WEBER MERET KELLER SHEIIJK CLARY LEA TATOOLES ANNE MURDOCH BETH LOFTUS Freshman Coordinator Art Art Social Awareness Social Awareness Banquets Banquets Financial 56 GIRLS' CLUB xo JULIE PLUMB JULIE SEWELOH MEAH HELFAND SUSIE SACHS JENNY LEWY AMY METZLER Financial Financial Scholarships Scholarships Scholarships Publicity LISA RUDNIK LISA BLANKSTEIN KATE TRIESCHMANN KATHERINE DALEY ALLISON GARDNER Publicity Publicity Welcoming Welcoming Service Tri-Ship meets with success Minutes for Tri-Ship Board Meeting 1982-1983 President Tom Millikin attempted to call the meeting to order. The commotion persisted. He tried again at 2:10. Finally, at 2:14 he captured the board's attention, and the meeting began. Present were all the board members and Sponsors Mr. Barton and Mr. Carpenter. Tom Millikin called for updates from each of the committees. Arrangements Committee D. Sullivan and C. Beacom suggested that the board institute Steakfest as an annual event as the first four had been over- whelming successes. ln closing, D. Sullivan requested that the person who placed a raw steak in his mailbox please remove it. B. Gregg and A. Watson reported that all 2,700 Christmas trees had been sold at a profit of over 515,000 However, neither Gregg nor Watson seemed to know how one of the trees wound up on Mr. Barton's front doorstep. Treasury Committee A Bauer reported that there were suflicient funds in the treasury to award the traditional college scholarships. Bauer suggested that instead of using the money for scholarships, the board could be excursioned for a trip to Hawaii. This proposal was overwhelm- ingly approved by the board and firmly vetoed by Mr. Barton. Charities Committee G. Kaplan and C. Murphy were asked to speak out on the canned food drive. They stated that the drive was successful with a total donation of 30,133 cans to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Entertainment Committee B. Bergman and C. Segal reported on Funkfest, The Tri-Ship Homecoming dance. They disclosed that it was a great success and was especially well received by the freshmen. Segal, however, denied rumors that he and Art Peponis were going to continue dying their hair purple. Service Committee M. Nichols and C. Reimer asked for board members to help fill the requests posted on the job board. They reported that numer- ousjobs had been allocated such as snow shoveling, leaf raking, dog and cat sitting, and house watching. Nichols and Reimer also acknowledged that they had received a call from a sixteen- year-old, blond-haired, blue-eyed, five-foot-seven inch girl who in- quired if one of the boys would take her to the Prom. After reviewing reports from the Publicity and Ticket committees, Tom Millikin adjourned the meeting at 2:36. U I E TOM MILLIKIN STEVE SHEPHERD ALAN BAUER ART PEPONIS President Vice President Treasurer Secretary -'Q' 4 5 iw. 71' NYE. 1 NJN, my Left: ls that Alan Bauer behind those Foster Grants? Above: Steve Shepherd and Todd Mizener beef up Trevian spirit at Steakfest ll. fPhotos by Rydenl TRl-SHIP 57 in Q. 1 4 X: ' rv' . x ' QQ: BSE X ,, :, if hw N , f S . 0 6 5 A ,.--51 - 5 has -Y ZEN B w -A .. Q I A.. ax ang, in iw 3 ., , ,,. 1' f' P" ' , .V , M ' f 0 , ,W V ff f ,T 4 ,f 4 , 5 Se' J. 5 A, I W' gui "nf Jl Q , sw? D. ' . 4' 'N air . E V 9 FW V .yf f uf E is ,S I, il' Junior Class Chairman L MIKE HENNESSY Sophomore Class Chairman Co Head Arrangements BRAD GREGG Co-Head, Arrangements mf ' . :f 1-X N 31 at X 'Q .. , 'Bw ADX F is N Q X X T K -1 EE: . 3+ f 5513 . M. 551:- h x N wg tw? + 4 wi- 'ii f' ii X Q J, V iggo: X Co Head Entertainment Co Head Entertainment GABE KAPLAN CHRIS MURPHY Co-Head Charities Co-Head, Charities 2 5 BOB BRIDGES JAMIE DAVIS Co-Head, Tickets CoAHead, Tickets TERRY BARTON CHIP CARPFNTFR Sponsor Assistant Sponsor TRI-SHIP 59 Pep club has - -.., 1 t s K - " "':- H s X as sss st NANCY BIELUWKA AMY TRIESCHMANN GAYLE CONNORS LISA JANN President Vice President Secretary Treasurer 1 - 60 PEP CLUB Above: Pep club President Nancy Bieluwka plans to come to New Trier's emotional rescue. Top: Pompon girl Kirsten Gray gets down at half time to the funky beat of Rick James. Far right: Some pep club girls paint it green and blue to publicize upcoming spirit events. Right: Varsity cheerlead- er Lisa Chaitin revs up Trevs at a basketball pep rally. lMillin, Hoffman, Millin, Hoffmanl no sympathy for indifference Please allow them to introduce themselves They're a club of enthusiasm and spirit They've been around the whole long year Inspired many a team, blue, green, and gray They were around when the football squad Had its moments of victory and pain Made sure the fans helped cheer them on To their well-earned fame Pleased to meet them, hope you guess their name If what's puzzling you is the nature of their game . . . They stuck around the halls of New Trier When they saw it was time for a change They held a dance and a spirit breakfast Their efforts were not in vain They shouted out "hunt the Hawks" Sold sweatshirts, cookies, and candy canes They always worked without complaint And never showed the strain Nancy Bieluwka and Amy Trieschmann with Sponsor Ms. Ashner led Organizing, coordinating, and uniting For ten months the club they made Just as every member is a pompon girl A cheerleader or on board The school calls them the Pep club girls Who cannot be ignored Pleased to meet them, know you've guessed their name 'Cause igniting Trevs is the nature of their game. U " ,fs V ,,,,..,....h-mm-A ,,,...nf"'N -Q K KAREN DAVIS LISA EBENHOEH AMY FOLKOFF KAREN ROSENTHAL Head of Art Assistant Art Assistant Art Assistant Art - Publicity - Publicity - Publicity - Publicity 'V -.ff :Qkx S AMY ALEXANDER Co-Head Freshmen RUTH WACKERI-E JENNIFER HECTMAN STACEY TAXMAN CINDY SPINNER C0-Head Co-Head Co-Head Co-Head Freshman Freshman Functions Functions i Pim'iEI: is-' I .no- -...AJ BETH WEINBERGER KAREN MATFOX IAURIE STONE SUSIE BERKOWITZ Co4Head Co-Head Co-Head Co'Head Communications Sophomore Eligibility Sophomore Eligibility Freshman Eligibility LAURA UHLEMANN MIA WHITE Assistant Art Assistant Art - Publicity - Publicity f I-lt .K :L , R . M 5261 -1 ' Q nl? T STACY BALSLEY LISA CHAITIN Head Assistant Selling to Selling ease- v -W tc:-ia. f, PEGGY LEDERER Co-Head Freshmen Eligibility Nw EW xg LAURA KUPPERMAN Assistant to Selling JOANIE ZUCKERMAN Assistant to Selling NAN BRUMITI' CoAHead Communications gg, I .3953 LAURIE ASH NER Sponsor PEP CLUB 61 VARSITY FOOTBALL CHEER- LEADERS Bottom Row: Hunt, Brandwein, Glass, Dold. Second: Dordek. Third: Klauke, Rappin, Anderson, Moyer. Absent: Bishop. VARSITY BASKETBALL CHEER- LEADERS Bottom Row: Chaitin, Rappin, Calhoun, DeCroocq, Hunt. Second: Phillippi, Kipnis, DeCoster, Dordek, Glass. I, fmvs f i X 62 PEPCLLIB SOCCER CHEERLEADERS Bottom row: Coren, Kipnis, Nicolazzo, De- Croocq. Second: Brickman, Calhoon, Lissner, Schwartz. WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS Bot- tom row: Majewski, Schwartz, Haymon, Shapiro. Second: McNeil, Diltz, Oberman, Haith. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS First Row: Mc- Donald, Koretz, Champion, Jacob- son, Rotblat. Second: Surman, Fritz- sche, Kastil, Albano. Absent: Hor- wich. SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS Bottom row: Koretz, Jacobson, Albano. Second: Cooper, Florendo, O'Rourke, D'Arcy. 7 SOPHOMORE POMPON Bottom Row: Park, Ryan, Cha, Szafranski, Paley, Flanagan. Second: Sullivan, Palmer, Chapin, Patterson, Johnston, Schoch, Slavens, Stogin. VARSITY POMPON Bottom Row: Lejevine, Bettis, Gray, Bovaird, Kousi, Schlenberg. Second: Olds, Miller, Nelson, Benson, Hindsley, Llriell, Katz. Third: O'Malley, Purcell, Berend, Tschaikowsky, Powell, Shapiro, Berman. 'Ill Cf: PEP CLUB 63 Guard splashes away children's fears qwsnus-sttstntfdtss W--' ,.E:1 i . it i J CHIP ALLEN BARB BRODERICK CHRIS DUNN PETER HUSAK LIZ ANN CASEY SALLY FISHER WILLIAM WOLFF Head Guard Head Guard Assistant Head Guard Assistant Head Guard Assistant Head G d As t On Saturday mornings throughout the year, more than one hundred boys and girls ranging in age from six months to thirteen years left the security of their homes to conquer one of their biggest fears - water. Thirty dedicated Trevian students waited on the decks of New Trier's pool to help the children overcome this phobia. While the objective of the New Trier Guard was to improve children's swimming skills, these students were com- mitted to making this enjoyable for the kids. Since Guard requires a considerable amount of dedication, Sponsor Bill Wolff chose enthusiastic participants for the orga- nization. This year he taught advanced life saving and instruction- al techniques to eighty-five guard applicants. After evaluating the candidates in actual teaching situations, he selected the students who worked best with the children. To lead this pack of instruc- tors, the members elected head guards Chip Allen and Barb Broderick, and assistants Chris Dunn, Peter Husak, Liz Ann Casey, and Sally Fisher. At the Winnetka sessions, thirty guards instructed one hundred children. The youngsters were divided into groups according to their ability in order to provide individual attention. The guards taught each child a particular skill both on the pool deck and in the water. After demonstrating a specific skill on land, a guard then observed his pupil's execution of the manuever in the water and critiqued his performance. The guard program at the Northfield Campus involved parents and guards teaching infants to swim. This innovative program, started by Diane Barry, was extremely successful in its Hrst year of operation. Social life was another dimension of the New Trier Guard Organization. ln addition to occasional weekend parties, other Guard activities included the annual square dance, treasure hunt, campout, and the ice cream social. These events were organized by the head guards with the assistance of Mr. Wolff. Sponsor Bill Wolff accurately captured the attitude of the 1982- 83 guards: "The students did all the workg they were really dedi- cated, and I was proud of them." O 64 GUARD I ,., ix? H 9 Q ' his iffy Above left: With me help of guard Trudy Friedlander, a pares ayoung adventurer to enter untested waters. lRyden, young swimmer discovers he is only an arms length away Leopoldj from perfecting his stroke. Left: Guard Evan Thomas pre- BOYS' GUARD Bottom row: O'Neil Sullivan, Repasy, Dunn, Allen, Husak, Broitman, Stearns. Second: Heiss Gregg, Fenner, Sciarra, Russell, How- ard. hird: Jump, Charlton, Huck, Muller, Goodrich, Kent, Gould, Hines, Fetkenhour, Madigan. Fourth: Ray Gynn, Brownlee, Nordgren, Gordon Peterson, Thomas. GIRLS' GUARD Bottom Row: Miller Friedlander, Hartigan, Casey Broderick, Fisher, Murdoch, Dordek White. Second: Newman, Baumann Weiss, Marsh, Gerber, Wick, Granath Blodgett, Strauss, Jaquith, Mayer Third: Bellanca, Lentz, Blodgett O'Neil, Bryan, Hartigan, Aimi, Spin- ner, Siegal, Front, Zummer. Fourth: Lind, Sides, Ward, Wunder, Chapin O'Malley, McCurdy, Trieschmann Mals, DiCanio. SOPHOMORE GUARD Bottom row: Wirtz, Zummer, Brumstok, William- son, Kim, Telford, Lunn, Burns, Le- Jeune, Mollner. Second: Kelly, Mur- phy, Ayres, Schuman, West, Gardner, Duffy, Branstein, Martin. Third: Patter- son, Lockwood, Oden, Platt, Yowell, Raveret, Graves, Chalmers, Daley, Savard, Gonser. Fourth: Turner, Mac- Donald, Reed, McMahon, McGregor, Adams, Dapolito, Powell, Fritzsche, Weber, Block, Love. Fifth: Jones, Rogula, Weisbluth, McKeever, Mc onnell, Swank, Jentel, Charlton, Goldman, Drexler. GUARD 65 v v I.M. experiments with new programs f,,f , hiiltlihfiwmvwd ff: -"rvt::lf:'11 STEPHEN JUMP WALTER GART JOHN PADJEN Student Director Sponsor Sponsor l. HYPOTHESIS: Through the combination of I.M. Board's dedi- cation and new sports and activities, the Intramural Sports Pro- gram will become an increasingly popular and worthwhile pas- time at New Trier. Il. MATERIALS 4 glass seasonal test-tubes 1 student director 1 test-tube marker 12 I.M. student board mem- bers 1 test-tube rack V2 of New Trier High School 1 beaker Elements of Traditional I.M. Programs 1 Gart-Padjen Burner Elements of New I.M. Pro- grams lll. PROCEDURE AJ Take four glass test-tubes and label the first, fall season, the second, winter season, the third, spring season, and the fourth, control. Place them in a test-tube rack. BJ Add the New Fall Program, consisting of Girls' Soccer, Boys' Speedball, and Boys' and Girls' Basketball to the Traditional Fall Program which ranges from Free Play Basketball and Flag Football to Tennis and Golf. Cl Shake the test-tube with an up-and-down motion two or three times before returning it to the rack. DJ Take the "winter season" tube and mix the elements of an experimental Winter Program, including Bowling, Skiing, Snowbird Golf, Evening Badminton, and Saturday Afternoon Boys' Basketball, with the original Winter Program of Basket- ball, Indoor Soccer, Floor Hockey, Weight Training, and Rac- quetball. EJ Add passing period candy sales and shake virorously. FJ In the third test-tube combine the latest discoveries, Frisbee Golf and the Mini-triathalon, with the established Spring Pro- gram including Softball, Soccer, Tennis, and Golf. GJ Fill a beaker with Afternoons, Evenings, and Saturdays. HJ Pour the interest of 507, of the New Trier boys and 2'73 of the New Trier girls into this beaker. ll Light the Gart-Padjen Burner, named after Sponsors, Mr. W. Gart and Mr. J. Padjen. .JJ Bring student interest to a boil over the organization flame sprung from Student Head Steve Jump and twelve student board members. KJ Place the four test-tubes in the boiling contents of the beaker. LJ Remove and record the data. N. DATA: Test-tube 1: Friendly and exhilarating competition. Varied activi- 66 INTRAMURAL SPORTS Above: Player enthusiasm peaks at the height of the I.M. basketball season. tHoffmanJ BOARD Bottom row: Sloan, Jump. Second: Mr. Gart, Mr. Padjen, Kates, Myers, Clarke, Ladden, Fox, Coleman, Brunzell, Almond. Absent: Mclnerey, Rose, Schwartz. ties. Wholesome exercise. Test-tube 2: Friendly and exhilarating competition. Varied activi- ties. Wholesome exercise. Test-tube 3: Friendly and exhilarating competition. Varied activi- ties. Wholesome exercise. Test-tube 4: No Reaction V. PRECIPITATES: ll Many students received prizes when their I.M. card numbers were chosen in a raffle. 21 I.M. donated the money raised during a charity marathon racquetball tournament to the North Shore Association for the Retarded. 35 Students were entertained at the I.M. sponsored Faculty- Senior All-Star Basketball Game. "Sportscan," the I.M. newsletter, spread information about the intramural programs throughout the school. VI. CONCLUSION: The combination of the new I.M. programs with the traditional I.M. programs resulted in a club that appealed to those students who wanted an outlet for their energy through friendly competition. Q -1- AFS spices New Trier with international flavor New Trier's branch of the American Field Service, a worldwide organization, offered students a taste of the different lifestyles and activities of international cultures as well as other communities around the nation. Headed by Sponsor Mr. James Wolf and President Kimiko Miyazaki, members of A.F.S. devoted their time and energy to meeting new people, forging new relationships, and sponsoring club activities throughout the year. Kicking off the year with the exchange program, A.F.S. wel- comed lvon from Switzerland, George from Liberia, Hector from Portugal, and Kari from Norway. Living with North Shore resi- dents, these students attended New Trier for the entire school year. ln addition to the foreign exchange program, A.F.S. mem- bers sponsored a short-term exchange with the participants in Whitewater, Wisconsin. While New Trier students visited the Bad- ger State to get a taste of country living, Whitewater members visited Chicago to enjoy the metropolitan activities of the Windy City. The last of the exchange programs was New Trier's hosting of all foreign students in Illinois. Accompanied by enthused A.F.S. students, teenagers from Europe, Asia, South America, and Afri- ca spent one weekend visiting the North Shore and touring Chicago. Following an A.F.S. tradition, just as New Trier students left for Switzerland, Luxembourg, and Colombia last summer, so other members will leave for foreign nations this June. ln addition to the many exchange programs, the club spon- sored fund-raisers and social activities throughout the year. A.F.S. enabled New Trier students to pair into couples for the annual A.F.S. Valentine's Day Turnabout which was both lucra- tive and enjoyable. The successful candy sale of plain and peanut M E3 M's also helped finance club activities. Highlighting the A.F.S. calendar was the traditional International Day which provided another chance for New Trier students to get a taste of cultural affairs. By tasting new types of food, visiting booths representing foreign countries, and collecting information about a variety of nationalities and religions, Trevians transcended the walls of New Trier into the international scene. Opening its doors to the world of international and national affairs, A.F.S. members stepped out of the mundane, into the cosmopolitan. A I KIMIKO MIYAZI JAMES WOLF President Sponsor '.'f L ., 1 'Bef aah iii. , it me eggggg.-we ,J 5- f egg? MEMBERS Bottom row: G. Greene, Cordek, Shelley, Howard, Robinson, Jonsmoen fexchangej, Baptista tex- Miyazaki, Gourley, Broderick, Lubarsky. Second: Graves, A. changel, Vecchio Cexchangej, Shen, Cawley, Warnke, Greene, Casey, Delion, Thompkins, Lifson, Soren, Cuccio, Klingen, Mr. Wolf Qsponsorj. Kaydia texchangej. Third: Ms. Paulsen tsponsorj, Dierickx, Above: Foreign exchange students sound their enthusiasm at the annual AFS dinner. iPhoto by Millinj AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE 67 Math Club derives the formula for victory As the Math clubbers prepared for another challenging test of their mathematical knowledge, their guardian angle, the vener- able Pythagoras, smiled down upon them. Watching over every logarithm, Pythagoras noticed Freshman Phil Ying's flawless paper and Junior John Lee's skillful calculations. Pythagoras, proud of his group's sum of talents, accurately predicted this year's high finishes. Participating in four leagues at the local, state, and national levels, New Trier's Math Club concluded the competitive season with great success. Guided by Faculty Sponsor Ms. Patricia Wadecki, the mathletes strove to reach higher planes of compre- hension. Each day after school, the club came together under the direction of Co-Presidents Marc Rosenman and Steve Aronson to practice difficult problems and perfect mathematical techniques. Test-time, however, permitted only individual efforts. Each of the frequent competitions allowed club members to prove their mathematical expertise and gain recognition. By the end of a successful year, the club had progressed to the apex of the competitive pyramid. At this point, Pythagoras knew his guidance was no longer necessary, as each member had tripled his mathe- matical formula for victory. I MATH CLUB Bottom row: Ms Wadecki Icoachj, Loeb, Bedno, Dick- :V inson, J. Jentel, Karaganis, Meyers Wick, Mr. Rhoad Qcoachj. Second Roussey, Lee, Koppel, Rosenman Aronson, Kamien. Absent: Gerber, P. Jentel Paik Ren Tan Yin Mr. I , Yi Qi Qi Easterberg Icoachl. 68 MATH CLUB Above right: Inspecting a recent copy 0 4 9 xxx STEVE ARONSON MARK ROSENMAN PATRICIA WADECKI President President Sponsor I f s .i'r A 0 0 U ' ' of The Mathematical Log, David Bed- no and Jon-David Koppel add to their , limitless knowledge. Right: Math clubbers Robert Roussey, Michael 5 ' Liu, and Eric Shang work industrious- l -- ly to solve the mysterious Atlantic- 3' Pacific test questions. CPhotos by Hoffmanj Latin Club exhibits classical virtue Cogito, Ergo Sum: l think, therefore l am Carpe Diem: Seize the day Semper Ubi Sub Ubi: Always wear underwear These are some of the helpful hints given to New Trier students by the Latin Club Board. Located at the end of the main hallway on the third floor, the message board provides an informative daily slogan viewed by many students throughout the day. Under the guidance of President Brian Maloney and Faculty Sponsor Mr. Patrick Flaherty, Latin Club directed numerous func- tions this year. Ranging from fresh bread sales to providing soft drinks at school activities, Latin Club raised money to sponsor a refugee family at Christmas as well as to patronize the Lyric Opera. Some devoted clubbers awoke at 6:30 every morning to sell coffee to the members of the New Trier Faculty at the eye-opening price of ten cents a cup. This hard work paid off at the end of the year, the money raised from these sales furnished one Latin student with a scholarship. The club's activities culminated in the Roman Banquet held at the end of the year. In an attempt to recapture the atmosphere of ancient Rome, chariot races were held, awards were given, and freshmen were sold as slaves. Attended by all Latin students, the banquet was the highlight of Latin Club's year. ln only its third year of existence at the Winnetka Campus, Latin Club continued to help bring the ancient language of Latin alive to the classics scholars of New Trier. Q l BRIAN MOLONEY President PATRICK FUXHERTY LATIN CLUB Bottom row: Greenhow, Unknown, Cordeck, Above: Adorning themselves in clas- sical attjre, Latin Clubbers prepare for the annual Roman Banquet. iPhoto by Kuhsj Thompson, Maloney, Smith, Moen, Milbratz, Fox. Absent: UNKNOWN. SCCONCII MF- Flaherty YSPONSOFX UNKNOWN, Casey, P. Flaherty, P. Kerwin, Pauley, Stein, Suster, Mr. Blackburn, Whittingham, Millin, Tachau, Cavanaugh, Charles qspongorjl Jeremy Tachau. Third: J. Kerwin, Kerr. Fourth: Shen, LATIN CLUB 69 DECA and OEA get down to business Each year an overwhelming number of graduating seniors chooses business as a college major. Many enter the field without any real knowledge of its demands and without any functional skills with which to meet them. New Trier students, however, are offered the opportunity to develop skills that will give them a head start both in college and in actual employment. The Distributive Education Clubs of America CDECAJ and the Office Education Association COEAJ are the two national organizations affording interested students at New Trier a chance to explore, first hand, the fields of business and office management. DEOA has aimed to provide students with the firm foundation required to develop their overall business potential. Consequent- ly, DECIA members attend daily a forty-minute class to equip themselves academically for their business-oriented activities. ln addition, competition on area, state, and national levels and permanent part-time jobs furnish members with practical, day- to-day experience. Over the course of the 1982-83 year, the club's hard work culminated in the outstanding achievements of its members. All members enjoyed considerable success at the numerous local competitions. Jill Robinson, a first-year member, was chosen as a state officer and went on to compete at the national level in New Orleans. Likewise, in recognition for their superior business abili- ties, several DECA students were named to "Who's Who Among American High School Students," an organization honoring ex- ceptional students in the United States. ln addition, DECA Co- Sponsors Louise Weiss and Sharon Slezak were showered by commendations from businessmen employing their students. Throughout the year diverse activities enabled DECA members to raise funds for several charity organizations. Through tremendous effort, club members raised 5,000 dollars for the Muscular Dystrophy Telethon. OEA, although similar to DECA, focuses primarily on teaching career-oriented skills. Students concentrate on improving their aptitude in areas such as writing, typing, and shorthand. Ms. Wayne, the faculty sponsor, aided students with questions and problems conceming their part-time jobs and also assisted Co- Presidents Margie Maurer, Bonnie Perry, and David Rice in orga- nizing fund-raisers for a variety of charities. The club arranged a magnificent banquet in honor of the children participating in the Special Olympics. ln addition, OEA members entered many of the local competitions to maintain their tradition of excellence! Upper right: Tapping her way to a trophy, Margie Maurer spruces her typing for an OEA competition. Top right: Miss Slezak adds finishing touches to DECA member Betty Stuart'sjob application. Far right: Co- Sponsor Mrs. Weiss bids the way to success at a DECA auction. Right: With sweet satisfaction David Rice tal- lies the total monies made from a DECA fund raiser. fPhotos by Clarkej 70 DECA! OEA 2 ,,,,qstm'P'F""" Q. -sl- MARGIE MALIRER BONNIE PERRY President President DAVID RICE BRENDA WAYNE President Sponsor Todd. DECA Bottom row: Graham, Rice, Holmes, Miceli, Stewart, Calderini, Robinson. Second: B. Wegner, Piwni- ca, Kayne, Freeman, Much, Shapiro, Griffith, Fisher. Third: L. Wegner, Bryant, Kelly, Caspersen, Truong, Johnson, Sniderman, Berger. Fourth: Wagner, Hackett, Bergman, Cross, Paterkiewicz, Comin, Kamp, Hadel, Quinn, Childe. Absent: Belko, Cragg, Feffer, Flake, Foy, Fry, Gray, Hoback, Hussey, Jersild, Kelly, Lazar, Lezama, Maher, Mahoney, Mazza, McGarry, Montgomery, Murrin, Pates, Platt, Pro- vow, Rammelt, Ruthman, Shanker, Sigel, Simon, Sommers, Suckerman, OEA Bottom row: Cohen, D. Lenhart, Butler, K. Lenhart, Harrison, Payne. Second: Dilwoth, Maurer, Donahue, Holmes, Rice, Baekgaard, Abrams, Perry, Miss Wayne fsponsorl. Absent: Drileck. DECA! OEA 71 QEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIA MEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAIN Ii 2 :vi C7 SJW VIGHWVIGBWVICIEIWVIGElWVICIEIWVIG3WVIG3WVIG3WVICIEIWVICIEWVIGEIWVIG3WVIGEIWVIGEWVIGEIWVICI 3WVICIEIWVIGEIWVIGEWVICIEWVIGBWVICI3WVIGEWVICIEIWVICIBWVIGEIWVIGEWVICIEWWCIEIWV Liga 1EDIAMEDlAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIA MEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDXAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDiAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEDIAMEI' HWVIGBWVICIEWVKJHW VIG3WVICJ3WWCI3WVPGEIWVIGHWV4GBWVIG3WVIG3WV!OEWVIC13WVIGBWVICE!WV!GSWVIGHWVICEWVIGBWVIOSWVIOBWVICEWVIOSW In-gg, 74 MEDIA A Friday in the Media Sunrise Advisory: Third Period Ninth Period After School: Evening New Trier Township wakes up to the sound of Todd Mizener on 88.1 F.M., WNTH. Students practice aerodynamics on the latest edition of the News. ln the music building the advanced actors are rehearsing a scene while ITV tapes it. Striving for perfection, Soundtraks is busy recording an album for the Jazz Band. An artist begins working on his masterpiece for Calliope. A New Trier student opens her copy of TREVIA to look up the good-looking guy in her friends English class. WNTH radiates good vibrations 76 WNTH Have a yearning to hear a little Stranglers? Maybe Elvis Costel- lo? Want to mellow out with some Manhattan Transfer or a bit of Beethoven? Maybe youjust need to hear some Jitterbug music to get your feet jumping, or some old radio mystery shows to stimulate your grey matter? Whatever your ear is itching to hear, get a hold of that dial and switch past irritating commercials, monotonous top-forty hits, and boring DJ talk. Sweep it over to 88.1 FM, the location of New Trier Township's exclusive radio station - WNTH. Every Monday through Saturday during the school year, hun- dreds of New Trier students tuned in to this entirely student-run, student-managed station to hear their favorite shows. WNTH offered a variety of programs unparalled by any station on the FM dial in order to include something for everyone. ln addition to Rock. New Wave. Jazz. Classical and Oldies, the station provided live coverage of NT sports events ranging from basketball to soccer. By taking requests and critiques from listeners, the sta- tion successfully met the needs of its audience. WNTH also provided news and educational daytime program- ming for members in the community. For discussion of impor- tant issues, the station aired "Night Talk" every Thursday night. During the show, student disc jockeys hosted such guests as Congressmen-elect John Weinberger and representatives from Alcoholics Anonymous. The station offered complete coverage of local, national, and international news as well to keep its listeners well informed. This past year, under the direction of Programming Director Gary Price, WNTH added a new item to its weekly schedule: The BBC College Concert Series, a production of The British Broad- casting Company which included such performers as The Clash, The Tubes, and Pink Floyd. The station also aired the bi-weekly "Radio Free America," a two-hour show which featured inter- views with a variety of musical groups. DAVID MARRAN GARY PRICE ERIC DUSTMAN Station Manager Program Director Technical Director I 1 l is TQ! im ma srgr Below: WNTH's line up of music keeps the airwaves in tune. Below left: Station Engineer Mitch Labuda and DJ Sean Bezark bring the technical and musical aspects of WNTH face to face. Far left: Coordinating music and conversation, DJ Chris Brown reaches out to listeners. Left: Broad- casters David Marran and Tom Milli- kin bring the intensity of live basket- ball action to listeners at home. fKuhs, Mizener, Kuhs, Mizenerl Pfihlmll ' TVR: The sale of Texas citrus fruit to the community provided the necessary funds for the station to operate and maintain their advanced equipment. The sale proved as successful this year as it had in the years preceding largely due to ardent member partici- pation. Devoted record spinners headed by Station Manager David Marran rose early each day to go on the air, ending as late as 12:30 a.m. on two days of the week to keep their listeners well informed and entertained. Commitment from its members and valuable leadership from Sponsors Mr. Richard Coxon and Mr. William Bushnell were main factors in the station's success this year. With a wide variety of programs hosted by dedicated and interesting DJ 's, WNTH remained a favorite of faithful NT listen- ers, and became a popular station for new radio enthusiasts as well. I WNTH 77 337.2 if Z' -, ew' K' -- v 1, att e , g a t, 9, tm X X t W 'Qi X mpegs? ,,. , W " . , UQ I A 9 q. ' , , .CI 9 132, 2335 1 PETE FARNSWORTH .JIM GREY CHRIS RIBACK TIM MONROE IAURA MICHEALIS Office Manager Chief Engineer News Director Sports Director Publicity Director Mus JOHN SIUNTRES ic and Tapes Director Above: Station Manager David Mar- ran arranges station lines with Illinois Bell to improve the accessibility of listener's input. Above right: Demon- strating his mastery of broadcasting technology, Eric Dustman skillfully rewires an amplifier. fPhotos by Mizenerl STAFF Bottom row: Unknown, Rose, Metz, Gordon, Hoffman, Berlin, Un- known, Unknown. Second: Miller, C. Michaelis, Polydoris, McWhirter, San- ford, McLaughlin, Dillon, Goodman, Crome, Hoynes. Third: Moran, Mad- den, Thonas, Holmberg, Kopel, Farns- worth, Rosenberg, Lober, Levine, Samuelson, Uhm, Mena, Lederer. Fourth: Kooker, D. Price, G. Price, Dustman, Auchenlek, Blanco- Gonzalez, Bisulca, Morris, Marran, Riback. Absent: Baker, Brown, Carr, Gray, Henricksom, Jones, LaBahn, M. LaBuda, T. LaBuda, Lin, McMamara, L. Michaelis, Milbratz, Millikin, Mizen- er, Monroe, Schmidt, Siuntres, Uretz, Zehner. 78 WNTH LYDIA MORRIS DAVID PRICE RICHARD COXON WILLIAM BUSHNELL Public Affairs Director Operations Director Sponsor Sponsor as Calliope adds imagination to student life "A creative economy is the fuel of magnificence" - Ralph Waldo Emerson - Indeed, creativity fueled the 1982-83 Calliope to magnificence. Displaying over fifty pieces of original art, photography, and litera- ture, this year's Calliope appealed to a wide range of students and adults. For the artist, Calliope served as an outlet for imagination, for the reader, it was an opportunity to appreciate the creative works of New Trier students. This year, students took advantage of the opportunity to have their work presented in the well-read magazine. Artists submitted over five hundred sketches, prints, photographs, poems, and essays to the Calliope editorial staff. The Calliope board received all types of art, ranging from modern and traditional to such abstract forms as cubism. Many different literary themes were conveyed through the use of poetry and prose. Love, death, immortality, and satire emerged from each page. Under the guidance of Sponsor Nanci Babigian and Editor-ln- Chief Jocelyn Hollander, the Calliope staff made many difficult decisions regarding the content of the magazine. The creative and coherent magazine distributed on Calliope Day in late May reflected fine organizational and editorial skills. The production of Calliope began with the classification of all submitted material as either graphic art, photography, or literary pieces. Editors from all departments collectively decided on which works merited further consideration, assuring a unified and coherent literary magazine. The process spanned three months and demanded zeal, diligence, and detenninalion on the part of the entire staff. The creative efforts of New Trier students coupled with the determination of the Calliope staff yielded a successful product: Calliope '83. Within its pages lies the creative energies of aspiring writers and artists, the most essential type of energy - that of the mind. I Colin ye we if M for 3 JOCELYN HOLUKNDER NANCI BABIGIAN Editor-in-Chief Sponsor Above: Realizing that much ground needs to be covered over the next week, Sponsor Nanci Babigian and Editor-in-Chief Jocelyn Hollander map out a plan for meeting the up- coming deadline. fPhoto by Rydenj Dm CALLIOPE BOARD Bottom row: Mrs. Nanci Sullivan. Third: Boyd, Salafsky. Absent: Babigian, Mizener, Beaubaire, Hoffman, Hillary. Andrews. Second: Powers, Blanco-Gonzalez, Buchmann, CALUOPE 79 TREVIA makes the year timeless Q if ELIZABETH JANOSKI PATRICIA STERN ALLEN RIES Editor-in-Chief General Managing General Managing Editor-Story Editor-Directory 'Twas the day before deadline and all through New Trier all were oblivious to the TREVIA staffs fears. They filed down the stairs into room 9B they opened the door and what did they see. But 21 frantic editors all running around looking for pictures that could not be found. The orders were shouted to all on the staff they flew to their jobs for fear of Beth's wrath. The photogs took pictures of all school events The writers had stories and captions to invent. Phil made sure everything was turned in on time with checklist in hand he kept writers in line. After weeks of work the stories weren't finished mistakes were too common their morale was diminished. But finally Patty was pleased with the work she gave her approval and said with a smirk: "The fun is just beginning there are directories to do!" And the writers all sighed for they knew it was true.- So they typed up the copysheets and had them all checked but it took them forever for they hunted and pecked. Now on to the layout for the final stage Kirsten cropped the pictures so they fit on the page. Then on to the desk of the E.l.C. Beth proofed them over to give to d.c. Now dash away, dash away, dash to the press where the book turned out to be a smashing success. The 8th of June was TREVIA day students signing books filled the hallway. The book was all finished the hard work all done but the Junior editors looked forward to 84's fun. I . . an ' 4 1. Q' A rs , KIRSTEN STADHEIM ANNE CUKRKE DAVID CURRIE Layout Editor Photo Editor Sp Z 80 TREVIA O' kenaf Below: A puzzled Dick Trent reaches for clues to solve the mystery of the missing special print. Left: Ann Smith and Harry Robinson collaborate to produce a story fit for print. lPhotos by Mizeneri L-d""' 5-, 1 fv .5 1-.-a Wi wif I . xx 450' TREVlA 81 KATHERINE CAMPION DAVE KELLEY ROGER WARD PHILLIP KERWIN RICHARD TRENT SHIELA CLARY STEPHEN JLIMP BETH APPLEBALIM Student Life! Student Life! Student Life! Photo Assignments! Special Pictures Assistant Layout Business Mana er! Freshmen Editor Q Features Editor Features Editor Features Editor Production Manager Editor Editor Story Editor ti Y ' . 1 W if A es i ' A 'ai sf' A slfif I , , 'F . ' A at i i, is . ' , K. . , 1 K in , Lkkk i. . Q :K N M A ,. I tt .. . ' e . .i..t ' TAMAROFFER MARTINE SACCONE ANNE DIERICKX SHEIIA MAHONEY ANN SMITH CARY TODD EPSTEIN TODD MIZENER PAUL SMITH Features Editor! Features Editor! Production Assistant Production Assistant Production Assistant Assistant Photo Assistant Photo Assistant Photo Editor Editor Editor Production Assistant Production Assistant 5-'X 0 -Q iecti X' " , ..,t..t.t- 'sn Q 'T DEBBIE .JOHNSON Assistant Sponsor CHARLOTTE HLIGGINS Assistant Sponsor Right: Coupling perserverance and de- termination, Editor-in-Chief Beth Janoski and Managing Editor Patty Stern devise a layout for Trevia '83, iPhoto by Mizenerj 82 TREVIA STAFF Bottom row: Abrams, Hickman, Rumsey, Edelstein, Oberman, Robinson, Kerwin, Bendy, Metzler, Kye, Horwitz, Magagna, Sevcik, Murdoch, McDermott. Sec- ond: Weinsheimer, Drobny, Bosco, Williams, White, Mur- phy, Hanley, Goren, Shapiro, Gunn, Kaefer, McNeill, Schna- gig, Parsons. Absent: Fell, Kapps, Keller, Meyers, Seften- erg. The News takes a fresh angle gf' Q... Crack reporters unearthing exceptional stories . . . Hard-working editors perfecting news room products . . . Creative photographers snapping New Trier action . . . The 1982-83 News staff covered all beats in an effort to inform the New Trier community. High quality and unique style marked the paper's presentation of school, local, and national issues. With the combined talents of the entire staff and Faculty Sponsor Dr. Robert Boyle, the paper met weekly deadlines, providing teachers and students with interesting facts, opinions, and humor in each 8-10 page edition. Taking its cues from the Chicago Sun-Times, this year's staff made important layout changes. An index was added to the bottom of the front page to give readers a briefing of included articles. Subheadlines, which appeared below selected bold headlines, clarified the contents of stories. The paper achieved a stronger visual impact with the use of a layout technique allowing for variations in column widths. Enthusiastic about this accom- plishment, Managing Editor Tom Greanias commented, "This attracts the reader's attention immediately because it allows for the uniqueness of each individual story." Innovative content changes accompanied the creative layout improvements, In editorials which received mixed reviews, Edi- tor-in-Chief Eric Adelstein lauded, criticized, offered constructive suggestions and, most important, inspired greater reader partici- pation. Each of the twenty-one student reporters from Dr. BoyIe's journalism class wrote articles on a variety of subjects ranging from the sexual revolution to the State Soccer Tournament. The News staffs greatest success was its new policy of devoting certain editions to specific themes. In an effort to give readers an objective view of topics such as drinking and driving, the paper ran many articles which supplied statistics, interviews, and alternative opinions on the selected subject. Llsing the power of the press, the News succeeded in infomiing its audience with journalistic style and stylistic journalism. U -J ' -81.1 . ROB WOLF ROBERT BOYLE C0-News Editor Sponsor ERIC ADELSTEIN TOM GREANIAS SUSIE MILLER Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor Co-News Editor Above: With sharpened editorial skills, Editor-in-Chief Eric Adelstein polishes News copy. Top left: The well-coordinated News staff works around the clock to meet its deadline. fCIarke, Mizenerj ... .... NEWS 83 REPORTERS Bottom row: Viti- kainen, Kenny, DeCoster, Coyle Shadlen. Second: Segil, Schereri Walsh, Greebaum, Connolly, Rizavi. Third: Zoghlin, Witcoff, Gordon Emanuel, Goldberg, Rossiter, Wal: i lach, Riback, Shipley. Absent Morgan. 84 NEWS Above: Assignments Editor Amy Greenstein and Copy Editor Sharon Pearce review upcoming articles to ensure flawless copy. Right: Making a final check, Managing Editor Tom Greanias approves a sports photo caption. Far right: ln a meeting of the minds, Editor-in-Chief Eric Adelstein, Faculty Sponsor Dr. Robert Boyle, and Sports Editor Tim Monroe dis- cuss the finer points of The News paper business. Extreme right: Pre- paring a paste-up for the weekly dead- line, Advertising Manager Tom Prince sticks to his job. lBuesch, Buesch, Clarke, Bueschj 'Q 'L if 1. .ta T x X' A . . is si' ' J 3 V. CHAN HEISS SHARON PEARCE PAM FERDINAND AUDREY WEINSTEIN AMY BLESER TIM MONROE ELIZABETH RIFKEN AMY GREENSTEIN Co-Copy Editor Co-Copy Editor CofFeature Editor Co-Feature Editor Co-Sports Editor Co-Sports Editor Northneld Coordinator Assignments Editor ti DAVE MARRAN BRUCE MCCONNELL DIANE PINSOF DAN WEISMEHL Staff Writer Staff Writer Staff Writer Staff Cartoonist qw, f ,, , , JENNIFER CHILDE JANE HERMAN CARLA BELIANCA TODD MIZENER Assistant News Editor Assistant Features Editor Assistant Sports Editor Photo Editor I .amni- in-., Z.- TOM PRINCE BRAD STEIN DAN ROSMAN WILLY WAGNER Advertising Manager Business Manager Assistant Advertising Office Manager Manager ANNE WOLF DEBBIE GOULD PETE ROSING Circulation Manager Circulation Staff Circulation Staff NEWS 85 ITV focuses on a first-rate program ,as . 'V' . . . .. .Q . i rr : fx, i ,,.. E P , 1 sei--1 fh' - ROB PATERKIEWICZ CHRIS POWERS MARK TOMORY Production Staff ec nic Coordinator Coordinator JAMES HALISFELD Sponsor Although Instructional Television has not been a prominent student organization in the past, this year's club made a noble effort to emerge into the limelight of New Trier's extra-curricular scene. ITV was able to strengthen its program with the purchase of more complex and sophisticated equipment such as new video recorders and other filming instruments. The organization, led by Chris Powers, Rob Paterkiewitz, Mark Tomory, and John Dini, endeavored to improve their skills in such areas as filming, directing, and developing various video productions. Constructive programs were the main force behind ITV's plan for improvement. In order to inform students about New Trier's student life, the board put out the monthly film "Student Maga- zine." In addition, members filmed important school events such as football games and Programming Committee lectures to help students and teachers involved in school activities critique their organizations. Viewing a monthly movie was also on ITV's agenda. The mov- ies served not only to attract new members, but also to keep participants up to date on different techniques used in profes- sional filmmaking. The pictures varied from "Raiders of the Lost Ark" and "Halloween II" to "A Clockwork Orange" and "The Kids are Alright." Whether in the studio or behind the camera, the members of ITV made sure that the club's presence would be felt at New Trier. Their improved skills and tremendous dedication created a bright picture for ITV's' future years. C 'ite Above: Head Coordinator Chris Pow- ers attempts to keep l'W's records on track. Above right: John Dini gets a firm grip on the audio-video controller during an ITV screening. fPhotos by Lipmanj STAFF Bottom row: Powers, Watson. Second: Cohn, Cleary, Cory, Runn- feldt, Turk, Buyer. Third: Baisac, Charlton, Klapman, Shade, Tower, Dini, Weatherhead, Lim. Absent: Mr. Hausfeld. 86 ITV Soundtraks makes music timeless MICHAEL RICHTER SANFORD PERL JOHN FORSYTE sHAwN QUAID JAMES wARRlck l D to Sp General Manager Chief of Staff Educational Director Technica irec r Voices crescendo as the choristers strike the final note of Handel's Messiah. The trumpet sounds clearly as the soloist plays the last few bars of Gershwin's Rhapsody ln Blue. Moments such as these should be captured, and thanks to the efforts of a club called Soundtraks, they can be. This year Soundtraks recorded New Trier's noted jazz, orches- tra, band, and choral concerts. ln order to train newcomers to the club, veteran board members John Forsyte, Sandy Perl, Shawn Quaid, and Mike Richter offered workshops in professional re- cording techniques. ln addition, these students organized and supervised the recording crews. Board member Shawn Quaid commented, "This year's members were especially conscien- tious. They attended workshops regularly and in general were very serious about their responsibilities." Improvement in attitude was not the only change that took place in the club, 1982-83 was a year of expansion for Sound- traks. The new sponsor, Mr. James Warrick, had Soundtrakers observe professional recording sessions in order to broaden their knowledge of recording techniques. The club updated its equip- ment, replacing its two-channel deck with an eight-channel sys- tem in order to improve recording quality. As they developed skills in live recording, Soundtrakers added to the vast tape collection of New Trier's fine performances. Their excellent technical abilities were reflected in the high quality of the tapes they produced: Listeners often wondered, "ls it live, or is it Soundtraks?" I ODSOT I V 5 5 gif' i SOUNDTRAKS Bottom row: Pank- ovich. Second: Durian, Metz, Schwimmer, Haler, Bellows, Fisher, Greenstein. Third: Goldsher, Saun- ders, Thomas, Reibman, Matsuda, Feinberg, Sano, Miller, Crawford, Llretz. Fourth: Alger, Hemke, Garrett, Milligan, Feldman, Goeben, Knuti, Epkins, Armstrong, Brown, Croke. Absent: Beck, Brumlik, Dickinson, Graef, Jordan, Krohn, McRae, Miller. Above: Checking out the quality of a Soundtraks recording, General Man- ager Mike Richter insures a Hrst rate tape. iPhoto by Mizenerl SOUNDTRAKS 87 i-k5PEFIFOFiMlNGARTSPERFORMINGARTSPERFOFIMINGAFKTSPERFOFKMINGARTSPEFIFORMINGARTSPERFORMINGAFITSPE FKFORMINGAFITSPERFOFIMINGAFITSPEFIFOFIMINGARTSPERFOFIMINGAFITSPEFI GA RMIGARTSPERFOFIMINGARTSPERFORMINGAHTSPERFORMINGAFITSPERFOHMINGAFITSPE RFOHMINGARTSPERFORMINGARTSPERFOFIMINGAFITSPEFIFORMIN AHTSPERFORMINGAHTSPEHFO RMINGARTSPEHFORMINGAHTSPERFOHMING GJQEHFORMINGAHTSPERFO fx I 4 C5 E 2 I o LI. I LU G. UD I- I 4 O E 2 I o LL I LU 0. CD P- I 4 0 Z 2 I o LI. I I.I.I 0. UI I- I 4 0 Z 2 I O U. I LIJ 0. CD I- I 4 CJ Z E I O LL I LLI D. UJ I- I 4 CJ Z E I O LI. I UJ O. VJ I- I 4 O Z E I O LL. I LU D. KD I- I 4 CJ Z 2 I o LL I LU fl. CD I- I 4 CJ Z 2 I O LL I LLI I1 KD I- I 4 CD Z 2 I o LL I I.I.I ll UI I- I 4 Q SPERFOFIMINGAFITSPEFKFOFQMINGARTSPEFRFOFIMWNGARTSPERFORMINGAFITSPERFORMINGAPTSPEFXFORMINGARTSPERFOFIMINGARTSPERFOFIMINGA :WEJNIWtiO:!Z:l3dSLtiVEJNIWHOdtl3dSiHVEJNIWHO:1HEldS.LHVEJNIWHO:lH3dSJ.HVONIWHOJH3dSlHV9NIWHOdH3dSJ.HV9NIWHOdH3dSlHV9NllNHO:!H3c 90 PERFORMING ARTS Audition: Lights, Camera, Action . Rehearsal: Technical: Performance: QQCC GCG C' C C C GGG With fingers tapping and voice cracking, the actor read his lines to the critical judges. He thought, "l should have been a singer." After he had finished, his mouth dropped - the most The girl raised her eyebrow as she stared at her choreographer in disbelief. She wondered, "Am l supposed to get The chair landed with a thud on the crew member's foot. A muffled "ouch" was heard as he scurried off stage. ln the wings the The musician nervously gasped as the curtain opened. "Hands, stop shaking!" he whispered under his breath. The conductor raised his experienced actor was my leg up there and stage manager yelled, arm and the trying out for the same hold it like that? She "That can't happen performance part. must be crazy." tomorrow night." commenced. 9' , ,ly h x X X I I I ' ! I 1' ,, , I s., I X X , PERFORMING ARTS 91 Students explore "A Far Better Place" As the house lights dimmed, the footlights brightened and silence fell over the audience. The curtain rose revealing a street scene alive with acting, dancing, and singing. After months of hard work, co-chairmen Mary Hickman and James Pelton pro- duced the 1983 Lagniappe!Potpourri play, "A Far Better Place." The story of Peter Bennett captivated the audience from the opening to the final scene. Fed up with modern society, Peter decides that he must get away. He walks through a movie screen and finds himself in a different world where people attend the College of Llnreason, worship vegetables, and are tried in court for having heart attacks. Searching for a girl with old-fashioned values, Peter finds Eve. But love, like illness, is illegal, and he is condemned to the Hospital for incurable Bores. After a daring escape, Peter plans to flee with Eve. However, they are stopped by The Law. Realizing that this society, like his own, is imperfect, and that he cannot retum to his own environment, Peter goes crazy. The Lagniappe!Potpourri board began creating the show last spring. Faculty sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Gill and Dr. Boyle remained supportive throughout the entire student-run production. Work- ing all summer, head-writer Joseph Thornton completed the script by early fall. Rehearsals began immediately after director Laura Rubin chose the cast. The convincing performances of leads Timothy Walsh and Anne Wolf successfully conveyed the complications of love. The serious theme of the 1983 Lagniappe! Potpourri was not only a challenge to the actors, but a surprise to the audience whose silence as the final curtain fell reflected the impact of the performance. I 92 LAGNIAPPEIPOTPOURRI fx Left: The perplexed Straightener QSkip Albertsonj seeks a remedy for his schiophrenic patient tMargy Koyj. Far leliz Under the supervision of director Laura Rubin, a bountiful harvest of stu- dents open their arms to their vegetable gods. Above left: Dreaming about her future with Peter, Eve contemplates the nature of true love. Top: Inmates at the hospital put their heads together to re- lieve the doldrums of their boring exist- ence. Above: On the verge of insanity, Peter Bennett turns to the audience for acceptance. 1Clarke, Mizener, Mizener, Clarke, Clarkel LAGNIAPPEXPOTPOURRI 93 Right: A patient in the Hospital for ln- curable Bores carries on a mono- logue before the prisoners who are sentenced to listen. Below: Peter Cl-lfT'l Walshj is caught in the clutches of The Law Uanet Van De Graffi for dis- turbing the peace at the College of Llnreason. fMizener, Clarkej LAGNIAPPEPOTPOURRI BOARD Bottom Row: Hickman, Canafax, Hol- lander, Kamins. Second: Thornton, Borkovitz, Stein. Third: Pelton, Baur, Rubin, Hossack, Reeder, Whirple. 94 LAGNIAPPEIPOTPOURRI Peter Bennett ..... ........... . . . TIMOTHY WALSH Eve ............ Ben Dover .... Mr. Biggley . . . The Law ..... Father Ringo .... Nurse Fletcher .... . The Professor ....... The Straightener .... . Mrs. Bennett!Dover Mr. Bennett!Dover .... Mike Bennett ....... .......ANNEWOLF ........JEFFLAZARLlS . . . .PETER LEONDEDIS JANET VAN DE GRAAF F . . . . . .CHARLES STONE . . .SUSAN ROSENBAUM . . . . .STEPHANIE KEAY . . . . . SKIP ALBERTSON . . .LAURA HIRSCHTRITT . . . . .CHRIS LACROIX . . . .JAY GIANLIKOS -- First play sets the stage for New Trier performers ll gil? 9? ,A Nm-we For some, it was an eagerly anticipated debut, for others, it was yet another successful role. For everyone involved, whether novice or veteran performer, this year's first play was the result of months of dedication and hard work. The 1982-83 season of the Performing Arts Department got off to a smooth start with the production of "Time Out for Ginger," by Ronald Alexander. The comedy, originally the traditional Frosh!Soph play, was referred to as the "First Play" due to the addition of several upperclassmen to the cast. The wide range of age and expertise proved to be a winning combination. According to Terri Kapsalis, one of four assistant directors, the opportunity to interact with such a diverse group was "an invaluable learning experience for the entire cast." The play itself, directed by Mr. Routenberg, centers around the dilemma of a conservative father, Mr. Carol, whose daughter, Ginger, insists upon trying out for the Varsity football team. The Carols are torn between disapproval and vicarious enjoyment of Ginger's athletic exploits. Playing the role of Howard Carol, both Jon Sherman and Rainn Wilson gave exceptionally strong per- formances. Sophomores Susan Goldfarb and Maggie Hirsch enthusiastically portrayed Ginger's energetic and determined character. After becoming a member of the scrub team, Ginger's dream is shattered when she suffers humiliation on the field. A heart-to-heart talk with her father helps her to accept the dis- appointment. Ginger's endeavors, her ensuing notoriety, and her ultimate disillusionment were humorously brought to life by the entire cast and crew. O Howard Carol ..... Agnes Carol ...... Joan Carol ....... Jeannie Carol .... Ginger Carol ...... Lizzie ........ Eddie Davis ..... Tommy Green Mr. Wilson .... Ed Hoffman . . CAST .. . . . . . .JON SHERMAN, RAINN WILSON .MARCI CHAPMAN, SUSAN MCLAUGHLIN .COURTNEY STEVENS, DENISE SIEGEL . LAURIE JEAN SMITH, KRISTIN WILLIAMS . . . SUSAN GOLDFARB, MAGGIE HIRSCH . . . JULIE MCCABE, HEIDI GOLDBERG . . . .JOHN MANSFIELD, ANDY HIRSCH . . . .MIKE CHAMBERLAIN, MIKE DAVIS . . . . . . . . . . .ANDY HIRSCH, BRIAN SMITH . . . . .CHRISTOPHER TOFT, PAUL BANAS Top Left: Opening nightjitters plague aspiring actress Jeannie Carol, who turns to her mother for a word cf advice. Above: Unaware that Ginger has become a celebrity, Mr. Carol is confronted with a picture of his daughter on the cover of Life maga- zine. tPhotos by Mizenerj FROSHXSOPH PLAY 95 66 79 Audiences are touched by Ah, Wilderness PRESENTING on December 10 and 11 in the Gaffney Auditorium New Trier's lively rendition of: "AH, WILDERNESS!" a comedy by Eugene O'NeiIl SETTING: July 4th, 1906. A domestic tale centering on a small town New England family, the Millers: Nat Miller fthe father and the owner of the town paperj, Mrs. Miller, family in-laws, and four children. STORYLINE: Spirited seventeen-year old Richard Miller sends some passionate verses of poetry to his girl, Muriel McComber. When he receives a let- ter from Muriel renouncing her love, he gets drunk at a local brothel. Full of remorse, he staggers home to face his shocked but under- standing family. Nat is content to give his son an informal lecture on 1906 morality and social hygiene. Finally, Richard and Muriel are recon- I ciled. DIRECTOR: Mr. John Baumhardt, with the assistance of Monica Abramson. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Eighteen devoted crew members, under the leadership of Mrs. Carol Gill. "A refreshing production that successfully captures the romance and subtlety of Eugene O'Neill's comedy!" The Daily Trevian "The talented cast conveyed the PIay's lighthearted tone and cheerful humor superbly." Genus Siskelus "Outstanding performances by the entire cast! The adolescent rebelliousness of Richard was expertly captured by Peter Leondedis, while James True depicted Nat Miller's fatherly wisdom with warmth and conviction. Their scenes together were espe- cially poignant." Drama Panorama "The show was enhanced by the attractive sets, which were reminiscent of the wallpaper and cher- ry-mahogany decor of the turn of the century. Im- pressive!" Miss Piggy "It can't help but hit home!" Mr. Baumhardt 96 FALL PLAY Tommy .... Mildred ..... Arthur ........ Mrs. Miller .... Lilly Miller .... Nat Miller ..... Sid Davis ........ Richard ........... David McComber ..... Nora .............. Wint ..... Bell ............. Salesman ......... Muriel McComber CAST ........MlKEDAVlS . . . WENDY MALAND . . .CHARLES STONE LAURA HIRSCHTRITI' . . . . .BLAINE LESNIK ...,...JAMES TRUE .... . . ANDY HIRSCH .PETER LEONDEDIS . PETER HOLMBERG . . . .TRICIA WAGNER . . .RAINN WILSON . . . ANNE WOLF . . . PAUL BANAS . . . . .BESS MEYER Left: Lilly's spinsterhood is the subject of a heartfelt talk with her sympathetic sister in-law, Essie Miller. Far left: ln- nocent Richard Miller tries to hold on to his seat as Belle playfully exposes her loose morals. Above left: Nat Mil- ler asserts fatherly advice to his hum- bled son, Richard. Top: Richard Miller looks down his nose at his parents' disapproval of his radical literature collection. Above: Pointing the finger at an offended Mr. Miller, Old Man McComber blames Nat's son for cor- rupting his naive daughter. CPhotos by Mizenerl FALL PLAY 97 Story Theater Ill stages "Lore and More" Once upon a time, in an auditorium not so far away, there dwelt a befuddled director. He was faced with the task of finding a play to be cast and performed. He pondered over what it should be. "l know," he exclaimed, "Story Theatre Ill." Director Michael Routenberg's script consisted of two fables and eight folk tales. Put together with great care, the script was filled with love, greed, lust, and deception. The Troupe used their enthusiasm and spirit to bring the stories to life. With the excep- tion of a majestic set and a lone guitar in the background, the Troupe created its own props and mood. After grueling weeks of daily rehearsals, the play came together and was proclaimed "Lore and More." The tales were common with an unsubtle humor. Self- narrated, the consistently entertaining stories all ended with a moral. ln one such comedy, "The Story of Nleshkaf' Katie Ryan gave a convincing performance in the role of a complaining Yiddish mama. Another story, "The Frog Prince," featured Rainn Wilson's realistic impersonation of a frog. "Molly Whuppief' the hilarious finale of the fine show, presented three boys clad in coneheads and curly wigs posing as a giant's daughters. The show was proclaimed one of New Trier's finest and most unusual productions. Story Theatre, with its special approach to the stage, has only been performed twice before, the last time three years ago. The cast and audience thoroughly enjoyed themselves and lived happily ever after. I l 98 WINTER PLAY THE TROUPE Katie Ryan, Miriam Fisch, Rainn Wilson Terry Kapsalis, Lisa Gelfond, Blaine Lesnik Janet VanDeGraaf, Ann Marie Tourville, Andy Hirsch Andrew Berman, Chris Toft, Steve Tracy Matt Quinn, Pamela Stems, Elizabeth Levine Margie Koy, George Shattuck, Jay Gianukos Left: Complaining Meshka tKatie Ryanl consults her rabbi regarding her Kvetch's itch. Far left: Meshka tKatie Ryanj expresses her displea- sure with the human bakery goods. Above left: The frog prince tRainn Wilsonl learns the ways of the amphi- bian life. Top: Three lovely ladies look on as their father, the Giant fGeorge Shattuckl threatens Molly Whuppie. tPhotos by Phototronicsl WINTER PLAY 99 Crews make a spectacular showing Actors alone do not a production make. Throughout the year, the costume, make-up, and stage crews along with Usher Corps assisted talented casts in the creation of a polished performance. Under the direction of Mrs. Carol Gill, the stage crew con- structed scenery for a variety of shows. From a beach scene in "Ah, Wilderness!" to an elaborate living room set in "A Far Better Place," the stage crew miraculously turned piles of wood into masterpieces. The stage crew was also responsible for lighting and sound production. With strobe lights and an original sound- track, the technical crew for Lagniappe!Potpourri created the illusion that the audience was seated in a movie theatre. Adding luster to the cast, the costume and make-up crews transformed actors into their respective characters. A New Trier boy could become a middle-aged man with a few cosmetic wrinkles, a bit of hair dye, and a suitable piece of clothing. Llsher Corps put the finishing touch on student presentations. According to Sponsor Mr. John Monaghan, this group's responsi- bility was to "help the audience make a smooth transition from the street to the seat." The curtain rose, the spotlight shone, and the actors appeared. ln a split second the work of the behind-the-scenes crews had transported the performers and the stage to another world. U Right: Mary Hickman fabricates the tablecloth used in the dining room scene of "Ah, Wilderness!" Above right: Laura Richards spruces up the foliage border to create Wilder- ness!" Far right: Cutting the rug down to size, Dan Stein lays the foundation for the sitting room set appearing in the Fall Play. Above: The completion of the set hinges on Robert Feldman's painstaking efforts on the sitting room window. fPhotos by Grossmanj 100 BEHIND THE SCENES h-., X van - f y CREWS Bottom row: Kaczorowski Wagenberg, Balfe, DiCanio, Lantz Mobarhan, Myers. Second: Turner Rothschild, Prather, Richards, Stein Gill, Rubin, McKee, lngwersen, Feld- man. Third: Sciarra, Mansfield, Rach- meler, Reeder, Needles, Engberg Tourville, Kamins. Fourth: Horn Feldman, McKee, Wirpel, Benoit. Ab- sent: Balfe, Gianukos, Good, Grunow Hanlon, Hickman, Horn, Hossack Klawans, Nagele, Prosen, Rubin, Wili liams. USHER CORPS Bottom row: Deason, Lenhart, Roberts, Meyers, Harrow, Rabe, Hoover, Liu, Kotz, Mr. Monaghan. Second: Schnabel, Bogart, Scherer, Lifson, Hanley, Mal- com, Kerwin, Kaplan, Rose. Third: Dapolito, Oden, Kaulfuss, Mollner, Grace fco-headl, Schneider, Page, Lim, Connolly fco-headl, Lowe. BEHIND THE SCENES 101 1 1 Love triumphs in "Finian's Rainbow" Look, look, look to Cho-op's annual production for a rainbow of talent and entertainment. This year's musical, "Finian's Rain- bow," combined a love story and fantasy with real-life sub-plots attacking big business and racial prejudice. Set in Rainbow Valley, Missitucky, the play presents the tale of an Irishman named Finian who steals the legendary pot of gold and travels to the LLSA. with his daughter, Sharon. His life is complicated by a leprechaun named Og and the corrupt Senator Rawkins, both of whom want the gold. Og, to avoid becoming a mortal, must return the crock to lreland. Meanwhile Sharon and Woody, a Rainbow Valley resi- dent, fall in love, as do Og and Susan, Woody's sister. Eventually Finian and friends triumph over Senator Rawkins, using the last of the crock's three wishes. Having abandoned his monetary hopes, Finian departs to find a dream elsewhere, leaving Sharon and Woody, and Susan and the now-mortal Og, to pursue their dreams in Rainbow Valley. Cast entirely of members from the Cho-opera class, "Finian's Rainbow" culminated the year's training in class. After the Janu- ary auditions, the actors, singers, and dancers rehearsed daily until the March presentation. The cast painstakingly perfected all phases of production under the guidance of Cho-op directors, Mr. Toby Nicholson and Mr. Joel Streightiff and student directors Stuart Bauer and Lynn Beaubaire. The five performances of "Finian's Rainbow," one of them appropriately on St. Patrick's Day, left audiences with their own pot of gold. O 102 MUSICAL OPERA CHOIR OPERA Bottom row: Ly- man, Arden, Koy, Streightiff, Dvorak, Morgan, Vandeveld, Kiem, Satherlie, Scherer, Rubin, Berman, Baur, Levine, Katin, Walsh, Vaselopulos, Di- amond, Fischer, Respess, Shoko. Second: Gordon, Beaubaire, Con- ston, Goldberg, Minogue, Watts, Shel- ly, Lacroix, Robert, Soren, Lazarus, Hossack, Meyer, Ryan, Bromberg, Wolf, Gold, Trieschmann, Herman, McLellan, Shanks, Kotz. Third: Calhoun, Kapps, Maland, O'Neil, Reid, Bradner, Fallarme, DiCanio, Leonde- dis, Rosenbaum, Haft, Kant, Kerr, Jacobs, Hardy, Golub, Husting, McCarthy, Keay, Pagano, Reiter. Fourth: Weinberg, Tatooles, Daniels, Jewett, Pelton, Wackerle, Winchester, Malone, Ryan, VanDe- Graaff, McBride, Greanias, Malloy, True, Beaman, Porta, Stone, Zibart, Smith, Banas. Absent: Cell, Levee, Zanarini. Left: Poised at the edge of her seat, Susan lluaura Respessj listens intently as Og fPeter O'NeillJ relates the pot of gold legend. Far left: With smiling lr- ish eyes, Sharon and Woody embrace true love. Above left: Performing an Irish jig, Finian afhrms his intentions to pursue his golden dreams. Above: With a lift from Finian fChris LaCroixl and Woody tTim Walshl, Susan fLaura Respessj rises to the occasion of Senator Rawkins' ultimate defeat. fClarke, Clarke, Ryden, Rydenl MUSICAL OPERA 103 Choirs spread harmony Choirs sing music they bring joy to all regardless of season Spring, Summer or Fall. The groups are well varied they cater to taste a talented singer will not go to waste. Dave Bachman leads the exclusive Swing Choir he selects groovy music so his group will not tire. The Musettes is a group that is Sophomore comprised they're versatile, harmonic and well synchronized. Boys' Ensemble is a wide ranging group where guys from all classes are part of the troupe. The Girls' Treble Choir when performing in shows sings popular themes to display what it knows. Girls' Ensemble with its thirty pure voices has Juniors and Seniors to sing varying choices. The Freshmen in Northfield are always in tune the boyfgirl ensembles are next year's boon. Winter and Spring festivals, undoubtedly the best confirm to the audience that there's naught to contest. Rewarding are the choirs who sing with such glee and enrich each singer's life with perfect harmony. Q 104 CHOIRS Upper right: Dr. Klinka concentrates as he leads the com- bined choirs along their melodic path during Winter Festi- val. Bottom: Boys' Ensemble practices what it preaches as it sings "Still, Still, Still." Upper left: Jeff Lazarus and Charlie Stone sing out during Handel's Messiah: Hallelujah, 1Photos by Millinj 4 dh' s.-me -C 4.- ' me fm, 'r , 2 -.wg t' El! as 5 Y ' .GA 6 K- 2 v nuaf I W 6 P- an f , ii Q I. 61 M' ,, V ,i ,, I .2 fp ,V'f if QI' Q. vi ' wt., v 3 ' I L 09 Sty' .5 Q I , 1 5 lli . r lt "AA A it , z : ' , ' AGL W no 2 , 41, A I MUSETTES fPeriod 35 Bottom row: McCarthy, Culbertson, O'ReiIly, Foley Parker, Rose, Carstedt, Sargent Green, Becker, Price, Goren, Koizumi Margolis. Second: Nagele, Knorr Wiggins, Seftenberg, Bivin, Duncan Tan, Kaplan, Kozak, Vile, Hadel Pederson, Friedman, Goss. Third: Embree, McCabe, McFadden, Moord v Klebba, Whisler, Stranz, Roda, Hink- amp, Burstein, Smart, Monsees, Blomstron, D'Arcy. Absent: Majewski Martin. SWING CHOIR Bottom row: Baur, Haff, Leondedis, Lyman, Zanarini, Lazarus, Rubin, LaCroix. Second: Walsh, Hossack, Minogue, Bradner, Reid, Pelton, Wolf, Lowe. Absent: Daniels, Rosenbaum, Stone, True. BOYS' ENSEMBLE Bottom row: Rabe, Edelstein, Scherer, Findlay, Rocke, Ladden. Second: Lowe, Kotz, Raveret, Sargcut, Short, Condon, Agustin. Third: Pous, Schultz, Can- non, Godfrey, Martini, Satherlie, Lyn- nes, Casey, Vandeveld. Absent: Bowe, Friedman, Hardy, Malone, Peponis, Podolsky. GIRLS' ENSEMBLE Bottom row: Tindall, Simpson, Katin, Satherlie, Colletta, Schnabl, Marzullo, Constan, Shang, Hartel, Shelly. Second: Fal- larme, Chapman, Lentz, Lyman, Schroeder, Crane, Stadheim, Bakle, Levine, Stern, Hamlin. Third: Allen, Malloy, Kerr, Wunder, Hemsey, Hick- man, Miller, Ciric, DiCanio, Jewett, Chaitin, Balfe. Absent: Basile, Becker, Keay, Neary, Sohaili. CHOIRS 105 y v MLISETTES QPeriod 43 Bottom row: Zisook, Taylor, Marlas, Klawans, Wil- liams, Amundsen, Lawson, Nitzkin, Ray, Gienapp. Second: Yensan, Platt, Ernstein, Rottman, McLaughlin, Tourville, Chalmers, Rosen, Bryant Third: M. Mitchell, Delken, Mackenzie, Holton, C. Mitchell, Pringle, Holtz, Rockefeller, Horwich, Trickey. Ab- sent: Binyon, O'Malley, Uretz, Wentz. MLISETTES fPeriod 21 Bottom row: Malcolm, Gross, Goldfarb, Harth, Homer, Reid, Alenson, Erskine, Lederer, Fleischman, Smith, Eubanks, Grunow, White, Goldberg. Second: Yowell, Ravaret, Grant, Hart, Needles, Mattern, Karton, Diltz, Mer- rick, Schwartz, Miller, Polydoris, Wolff, Beinlich, Murray, Hetherington. Third: Michaelis, Siegel, Thigpen, O'Brien, Petr, Dapolito, Magagna, McCabe, Wilmer, Carpenter, Powell, Mandel, Block, Beasley, Slavens, Riemen- schieider. Absent: Cunningham, Dun- can, Rosen, Rotblat, Sullivan, Wagner. FRESHMAN BOYS' CHORUS Bot- tom row: Wasserman, Goldstein, Arbel, Fitzgerald, Erfert, Rosenwasser, Bichsel, Stensberg. Second: Walker, Stock, Bogot, Veltman, Stearns, Simonds, Owen, Zoll. Third: Symonds, Katin, Levin, Handley, Sterling, Abt, Favorite, Rubenstein, Tucker, Helfand, MacDonald. Fourth: Rissinger, Jacobs, Deason, Nixon, Clauson, Campbell, Murry, Freeman, TREBLE CHOIR Bottom row: Levin, Coggin, Bovaird, Colletta, Glassman, Walsh, Hendricks, Semerdjian, Davis. Second: Brzezinski, Thalmann, Whit- tingham, Halper, Riskind, Priest, Brottman, Bernstein, Koppel, John- son, Marsh. Third: K. Miller, Gourley, Weakley, Grace, D. Miller, Deason, Dell, Zimmermann, Jacobs, Alvarez. Absent: Berman, Bergman, Bloom, Freeman, Friedman, Goldberg, Hea- ly, Kerwin, Licata, Porter. , v E Fidel. V W' 1 -:i'gf?5:z?"i,. V ' , , f " ,,. , Eff "' ' , " fr. . f ,. sf , 1 iz T 4, ' .. u -,J gba? ,A , " Q 1 g ggi Q , Q51 44,9 ', W1 Q Q I A 2 L 'Tw 53' 2? 9 it ' 1 xv . . 2 . ' ... if fl V 2 5 V , ,J , 1 I V :sal I' 33,11 V E K? : X I 1 5 . V: R l , , FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS tperiod 45 Bottom row: Lewis, D'An- drade, Golden, Ohr, Comerci, Ross, Cohen, Hagenah. Second: Minkus, Ranvik, Weiner, Begoun, Jorgenson, Robinson, Ward, Hammersley. Third: Beaman, Colson, Horchner, McCar- thy, Knox, Carlson, Coughlin, Stevens. Fourth: Beverly, Hoagland, Falcon, Pecka, Banas, Dice, McGrew. Absent: Ordower. FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS fPeriod 9j Bottom row: Svingos, May, Bisgeier, Hoit, Jump, Miller, Pollack, Drew. Second: Driggs, Hedstrom, Watt, Jacobs, Heitman, Stadheim, Kapach, Smith, McArthur. Third: Robinson, Weissman, Abramson, Noseck, Black, Choi, Albrecht, Nel- son, Koelle, Dean. Fourth: Zibble, Aspen, Vigletti, Scott, Keith, Clark, Casegn, Gordom. Absent: Anspacher, Carlson, Cox, Green, Har- ris, Huls, Krit, Marcus, Schepper, Ramaker. fun 'url' LvL.V'4vA..L 4 FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS fperiod 81 Bottom row: Olmsted, Lauclc Gilam, Eder, Aaron, Tshilds, Coggin, Blom. Second: Grais, Blum, Merrill, Rosin, Barriger, Zanarini, King, Good, Balsbaugh. Third: Harker, Yao, Fischer, Wilfong, Holzman, Fuchs, Schreiner, James, Fandell. Fourth Nagle, Urban, Downey, Finkelman, Strain, Matan. FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS lperiod 21 Bottom row: Leopold, Golomski, Tarr, West, Chelius, Angeli- ni, Ciccone, Winter. Second: Hines, St. Clair, Wanger, Hemmeter, Wein- stein, Rosenbloom, Maguire, Duvick, Abercrombie. Third: Stevens, Kim- mel, Mawicke, Hoit, Miyazaki, Kipnis, Chen, Bailey, Hanlon. Fourth: Scotellaro, Beitzel, O'Neill, Mcltlicol, Raffe, Sherman, Crow, Wilson, Hack- barth. Fifth: Venturini, Pigott, Kimura, Milbratz, Metzler, DiCanio, Lautens, Erbach, Brunn. Absent: Holzmann, Kenny, Wente. FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS fperiod 3, Bottom row: Sun, Leff, How- ard, Unno, Riley, Drower, Beshel, Chin. Second: Stone, Lewy, Kindig, 1 Fargo, Radcliffe, Noonan, Corns, Par- , J ker, Fagan. Third: Pizer, Bradbury, 1 Sills, Gould, Westerhold, Vogel, Hill- ' . ner, McCann, Lax, Balfe, Stehly. A gl xliptfrthg Jghnson, Rolison, Saalfield, g asta , every, Bunge, Shepherd, H , ' i 'Q L - Godfrey, Kuzniewicz, Betar. I ':'r 'Q' If l':': "" . A Q. C :: : i 25? . ' S s f ssngggau, fi " ,- e -Q iii' - ,ussfzf --ff ' ' ' 'sie E '-" , r -if ,... tt, , . .. 1,2 " 1:6 -- E is ,,,, if Y? Q? S2 - . 2 t f- .,.. N z 1 1: 'I , 'K - K g L , V: H . ...,, i sn ., 15, AA CHOIRS 107 "Love's Labour's Lost" leaves audience laughing- CAST Ferdinand . . . ............. PETER HOLMBERG Berowne .... ....... ..... G A BRIEL KAPLAN Longaville ........ ..... D LIANE BLIRGHARD Dumaine ........... Princess of France ..... Rosaline ............ Maria ............ Katherine .... Boyet ......... Don Armado ..... Moth ........ Dull ....... Costard ....... Jaquenetta .... Sir Nathaniel ..... Holofernes ..... Attendants ..... ........JONLEAMON . . . .SUSAN IVICLALIGHLIN . . . . HEIDI GOLDBERG . . . . DENISE SIEGEL . . . . .JENNIFER ROSIN . . . . . .ANNE GILSON ............GREGORYZOGG ..................DORYBlNYON GLISTAV BLANCO-GONZALEZ ...........SCO'I'l'HOFFMAN . . . . CLALIDINE KIELSON ...........ERlCHOOVER . . . . BETH M. BROWNSTEIN ..............KARENBRLINN SARAH FANDELL COCIRTNEY STEVENS-DREIS Above: Gregory Zogg listens intently as Dory Binyon attempts to simplify the complications of love. Right: Susan McLaughlin and Heidi Gold- berg flirt with the idea of beguiling their lovers. IRyden, Mizenerj IOB SHAKESPEARE WORKSHOP SCENE A dimly-lit street in Winnetka, near New Trier. Enter two scholars stage left and stage right. FIRST SCHOLAR: Hark! Who goes there? SECOND SCHOLAR: 'Tis a scholar from the school of New Trier. FIRST SCHOIAR: Wherefore dost thou wander about at so late An hour? SECOND SCHOLAR: I come from Shakespeare Workshop's Production of "Love's Labour's Lost." Hast thou seen it? FIRST SCHOLAR: Nay, I cannot say that I have. Yet do I understand correctly that its plot concerns An oath, taken by the King of Navarre and his comrades, To swear off women and devote themselves to study? SECOND SCHOLAR: Thy mem'ry fails thee not. FIRST SCHOLAR: But, pray tell, how concludes the piece? SECOND SCHOLAR: Each of the men Who have sworn to eschew the comp'ny of women Violates the pledge when he falls in love with a fair maiden. When the gentlemen discover that none of them has been able To resist temptation, they acknowledge the great power That love doth wield over men. FIRST SCHOLAR: There were other performances, were there Not? SECOND SCHOLAR: Aye, 'twere four, staged during the latter Part of February. FIRST SCHOLAR: It doth pain my heart that I was not able to See this fine performance. "Love's Labour's Lost" captured thy Fancy, did it not? SECOND SCHOLAR: Indeed. 'Twas an excellent performance all 'Round The polished New Trier acting company portrayed the Roles with scintillating wit and vivid elocution. Delivering splendid Performances, Peter Holmberg and Susan McLaughlin brought The royal characters of King Ferdinand and the Princess of France to life. But Harken! I wasjust struck by the mem'ry that for The past six years the Performing Arts Division has put on a Shakespearean production under the direction of Dr. Robert Boyel. 'Tis doubtless they will do the same next year. FIRST SCHOLAR: Thou hath put my soul at rest. I have not only To wait Iwith great anticipation, I might addj for the time next year When the opportunity to experience a production by Shake- speare Workshop will be mine. -3' 'ar if 0 Girls plunge into the water ballet zone LIZ ANNE CASEY BARB BRODERICK HEATHER READ JANIS SAMMONS Student Director Assistant Director Assistant Director Sponsor Submitted for your approval: an affluent North Shore high school for the incredibly sheltered with a 43,000 gallon pool full of forty-two wet, splashing girls in various and sundry attire. They were just a bunch of chicks putting together a production called "Floating Flicks." They thought they were there for fun . . . They thought they were there to swim . . . They thought they were there to entertain . . . but, somewhere along the way they also took a wrong dive only to resurface in the Water Ballet Zone. DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO Led innocently by student director Liz Anne Casey, sponsors Janis Sammons and llene Blanchard, with assistance from Barb Broderick and Heather Read, the travelers moved ahead on their journey into the blue area. Would they sink or would they swim - that was the question. The burden of success hung entirely on the shoulders of each individual girl, as there were no high-flying divers, no humorous clowns, and no boys to help the show this year. The theme, "Floating Flicks," allowed choreographers to develop imaginative numbers to classic modern-day movie songs, such as the themes to "Star Wars," "Rocky," and "Arthur." The zone was illuminated by a spinning disco ball and bizarre lighting effects which evoked an aura more mystical than any which had been felt before on this planet. ln the weeks of rehearsals, performers and choreographers alike met new challenges and skillfully perfected difficult manu- evers to achieve a higher caliber of performance than in previous years. The number "All That Jazz" featured ten girls naively venturing into the mysterious dark depths to attempt the difficult ten-man dolphin. Barb Broderick's solo interpretation of the overture to "Finigan's Rainbow" left audiences starry-eyed, while the spectacular dynamic duo of Abby Strauss and Laura Ash- man swam a captivating "Put on a Happy Face" that was out of this world. Such a cosmic show could only have been produced in the Water Ballet Zone. DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO DO DOO I MEMBERS Bottom row: Mrs. Sam- mons fsponsorj, Davis, Peters, Broderick, Casey fstudent directory. Read, Friedlander, Mrs. Blanchard fsponsori. Second: Mandel, Levin, Schwartz, Miller, Newar, Granath, C. Newman, Bradbury, Horwitz. Third: Bristol, Dordek, Hines, Walsh, Graves, Zisook, Ashman, Strauss, O'Shaugh- nessy, Zummer, Baumann, Cami Newman. Fourth: Spears, Almond, Schumann, Blomstrom, Murdoch, Oden, Platt, Gourley, Gromm, Keller, Galbraith, Riblet, Badgley. Above left: ln preparation for "Float- ing Flicks," Aquarinas put their best foot forward. iPhoto by Kramerj WATER BALLET 109 Dance concert leaps to new heights The audience waits expectantly in the darkened auditorium. Suddenly the stage is illuminated, revealing the silhouettes of still figures. As the orchestra bursts into song, spirited dancers spring to life. Setting the evenings production into motion, the perform- ers commence their presentation of Dance Concert '83. Linder the supervision of dance instructors Mrs. Suzanne Wente and Miss Eve Henzlik, more than fifty dancers participated this year in the creation of New Trierls annual dance exhibition. Performances January 21 and 22 got off to a running start with Dayna Miller's "On Your Mark," followed by Madeline Bromberg's off-beat "Pure Abstractionsf' A welcome addition to Dance Con- cert this year was the introduction of an all-boy composition. Choreographed by drama teacher Edward Steele-Nicholson, the piece "Mazurka" featured nineteen stepping, hopping, and leap- ing New Trier male performers. While men dominated the scene in their lively Polish dance, cats on the prowl roamed the stage to an original sound score by Paul Heitsch in Laura GouId's "Meow Mix." Choreographers Ann Boyd and Julia Neary created a por- trait of emotion in their piece "Centrifuge." Whirling together, dancers generated the warmth of friendship as well as the cold- ness of isolation. ln Anne Phelan's "Manipulations," the interac- tion between the animate and inanimate was explored. Versatile performers brought a combination of beach balls, over-sized rubberbands, and a mysterious red cloak to life. A dream-like quality was achieved in Mona Marquardt's "Luminescence," while Eva Miller's "Water Colors" recreated the waves of the sea. ln this lyrical piece, dancers blended fluidly to the original music of student Renee Katz. Coming in from a new angle was "lnterstarpacine," a two-part dance arranged by Sarah Morrissey and Allison Rubin. ln the first part, "Mystikos," the sharp, near frenzied movement of the danc- ers was complimented bythe bizarre strains of David Diamond's "Twittering Machine," to create a mystical and disturbing effect. 110 DANCE CONCERT In the second half, "lllustere," the choreographers along with dancer Jim True explored the world of illusion to the original sound score created by the trio. Leaving the audience energized, the vibrant "High Tech", by Lauralee Borkovitz and Margaret Weinstein capped off the evening's performances. With the creativity of talented choreographers and the energy of devoted dancers, this year's concert reached beyond the limits of ordinary high school performances. Complementing the pro- fessional movement, spectacular lighting, stage props, and cos- tumes added the finishing touches to the exciting repertoire of pieces. Dance Concert '83 proved to be an inspiring highlight of New Trier's performing arts productions. Q Below: The enthusiasm of the danc- ers in "Luminescence" warms the au- dience with their radiating energy. Be- low left: Extending in all directions, Sarah Morrissey, Allison Rubin and James True strike a linear pose in "lllustre." Extreme left: Dancers in "Mystikos" emerge from the darkness and creep towards the mysterious light Far lelt: Painting the stage can- vas, the dancers of "Watercolors" blend their palette of talents. Lett: Drawn to the scaffold, dancers in "Manipulations" gravitate around its force. fPhotos by Clarkeb GIRLS ADVANCED DANCE fpenod GJ Bottom row: Gordon, Western, McArthur, Kaplan, Vaselopulos, S. Miller, Offer, Morrissey, Merkel. Sec- ond: Kim, Savard, Allen, Borkovitz, Fisher, Frommeyer, Hoolhorst, D. Mil- ler, Foley. Third: Respess, Mayron. Wolf, Tatooles, McCarthy, Rubin. Jacobs, Neary, Berman, Kerr. Ab- sent: Kay, Manrer, E. Miller, Sabath. GIRLS' ADVANCED DANCE Qperiod 91 Bottom row: Culbertson, Raveret, Marquardt, McCarthy, Romanoff. Second: Dell, Desser, Connors, Gould, Shang, Constan, Gillies, Rob- bins, Jewett, Epstein. Third: Ciric, Westmacott, Trieschmann, Boyd, Wente. Absent: Basile, Bromberg, Cordek, Phelan, Saccone, Weinstein. BOYS' DANCE fperiod 4j Bottom row: McClellen, Hardy, Fitzgerald, Conant, Pelton, McBride, Ryan. Sec- ond: Roche, Kotz, Baur, Toft, Mino- gue, Husting, Pagano. Tl1ird: Sather- lie, Lowe, Vanderveld, Walsh, Short, Holmberg, True. DANCE CONCERT ill Bands make a stand A trumpet sounds. A drum rolls. The audience settles into their seats in anticipation of the performance. The lights dim, and the house falls silent. A spotlight follows the director to the podium. All musicians put their instruments in starting position. With a signal from the director, another concert begins. This year marked "a new beginning" for the jazz and wind ensembles. Under the direction of Mr. James Warrick and Mr. Jon Thomson, performances were given at neighboring universities and competitions as well as at New Trier. The groups met daily on the third floor of the music building to rehearse their arrange- ments. This year the jazz bands, directed by Mr. Warrick, offered a great variety of music to their audiences. Continuing its tradition, the Recording Jazz Ensemble produced a studio recorded album, this year entitled "Paraphona." This fall the ensemble had the honor to perform for Ann-Margret in addition to accompany- ing the Freshman Jazz Ensemble. Competition, which had been avoided in the past, was revived this year. Entering a contest against twenty other bands, the ensemble compiled the greatest number of points and finished first. ln addition to group engage- ments, several individuals auditioned for positions in the district bands. Guitarist Mark Pankovich was chosen to perform in the number one band while Al Croke played lead trumpet in the number two band. The Lab Jazz Ensemble, also directed by Mr. Warrick, created a new image this year. The group played a large variety of music including ballad, funk, swing, and Latin charts. SOLINDTRAKS recorded the ensembles concerts, including a highlight perfor- mance with the Jazz Choir. The Concert Jazz Ensemble, under the direction of Mr. Thomson, worked to master basic jazz skills. Directors Phillip Smith and Mr. Warrick introduced the Fresh- man Jazz Ensemble to basic jazz technique and style. Alone at the Northfield campus, the first-year students had an opportunity to learn free from the competition of upperclassmen. Displaying the desire to improve, the young performers will provide the talent and devotion for future band success. Above right: Symphonic Wind En- semble member Rick Graef horns in on the music. Far right: Ted Onley sets the tempo for the Recording Jazz Ensemble. Right: John Nordgren brings out the best in the brass sec- tion ofthe Recording Jazz Ensemble. tRyden, Millen, Millenj 112 BANDS ' SYMPHONIC WIND ENSEMBLE Bottom row: Fleming, Dordek, , Drileck, Jordan. Second: Bargad, Reibman, McDermott, Dillon, Shaw, l Lasser, Will, Wilson, Craig, Gordon, Parr, Salafsky, Flaherty. Third: Cash- man, Lawson, Robinson, Papangelis, Moran, Skorcz, Durian, Whelan, Brumlick, Nicholls, Trent, Rosman, Kreda, Smith, Epkins, G. Alger, Dick- inson, Fourth: Hemke, Smiley, Mas- loski, Baissac, Brown, Rhodes, Orlov, Snider, Rath, Mattick, Farruggia, , Brunner, Nagle, Siegel, Armstrong, Graef, Leavitt, Miller, Nagel, Fisher, Rosen. Fifth: Bunge, Pelton, Holm- berg, Sherman, Pauker, Ruskin, Croke, Knuti, Goeben, Greenstein, B. Alger, Jones, Huck, LaBahn, Krohn, Zito, Weinsheimer, Quaid, Richter. Sixth: Malen, Crawford, Stremmel, Cohen, Levin, Boba, Ressler, Brand- fonbrener, Pollack, Feldman, Garrett, Charles Gordon, Johnson, Skilton, Mr. Thomson Cdirectorj, Mr. Streightiff fdirectorl, Miss Lisk fsponsorj. CONCERT WIND ENSEMBLE Bot- tom row: Seweloh, Duffy, Szafranski, Gross, Trakas, Cohn, Helfand, Baez. Second: Welch, Kaulfuss, Raben, Kay, Metz, Feinberg, Findlay, Schrie- ber, Kerwin, Kawada, Long, Goldfarb. Third: Askenazi, Heusdens, McDon- ald, Mollner, Goldman, Loftus, Mar- ran, Haddon, lngwersen, Hedberg, Aron, Lems, Malone, Zummer, Groh, Edsall, McKee. Fourth: Lipnick, Cavallino, Dahl, Kuntz, Walsh, Kagan, Cross, Meyer, Franco. Fifth: Dean, Newmark, Schwartz, Russell, McNa- mara, Rogula, Berns, Savely, Mr. Thomson fdirectorl, Mr. Streightiff idirectorl, Miss Lisk fdirectorj. The wind ensembles, directed by Mr. Thomson as well as Mr. Joel Streightiff, shared their talents with bands outside of New Trier. The Symphonic Wind Ensemble traveled to De Paul Llni- versity for a day of music clinics and later in the year hosted a concert featuring both the New Trier and Glenbrook North wind ensembles. Like thejazz bands, the Wind Ensemble took part in a state-sponsored competition. ln accordance with ensemble tradition, they accompanied the New Trier choruses in an arrangement of the Hallalujah Chorus from Handel's "Messiah" to conclude the Winter Festival. Inspired by the symphonic play- ers, members ofthe Concert Wind Ensemble worked particularly hard this year to perfect their musical skills. The Freshman Symphonic and Concert Bands, directed by Mr. Warrick, Mr. Smith, and Mr. Thomson, offered a great variety of music at each of their concerts. Among the types played were marches, waltzes, and popular music including the theme from "E.T." Their skill and interest added to the overall excellence of the New Trier band program, harmonious music rang through- out the halls of both campuses. The ensemble reaches its final fermato. The director brings the ensemble to a gradual Crescendo, and then signals for the end. The audience is still as the last sound fades. The music is gone, but another successful concert, typifying this year's bands, re- mains in the memory of the audiences and the players. C BANDS 113 RECORDING JAZZ ENSEMBLE Bottom row: Ruttenberg, Milligan, Parr, Fisher, Nikols, Rebstock, Bel- lows, Boyd, Flaherty. Second: Pank- ovitz, Goodie, Jeffries, Thomton, Levin, Stremmel, Berman, Richter, Pollack, Toll, Quaid. Third: Croke, Nordgren, Needlemann, Saunders, Ruskin. Ab- sent: Armstrong, Graef. LAB JAZZ ENSEMBLE Bottom row: Alger, Kyle, Shatkin, Gordon, Boba, Cohen, Brown, Snell, Epkins, Hemp- ke, Whelan, Pickinson, Orlov, Snider. Second: Mordon, Trowbridge, Craw- ford, Zito, Weinsheimer, Skilton, Lip- nick, Tuchmann, Lahahn, Feldman. Third: Paul, P. Johnson, T. Johnson, Alger, Lems, Pelton, Marran, Mayer, Greenstein, Knuti. SQ! 114 BANDS CONCERT JAZZ ENSEMBLE Bot- tom row: Juel Tachau, Edsall, Jeremy Tachau, Davis, Newmark, Malen, Kawada, Durian, Brumlic, Hetz, Smith, Feinberg. Second: Jones, Walsh, Schwartz. Third: Minkus, Zechman, Pollock, Ramsdell, Steiner, lngwersen, Haddon, Malone, Goeben, Heedberg. FRESHMAN JAZZ ENSEMBLE Bottom row: Fleming, Goldstein, Rockey, Handley, Duerwachter, Levin. Second: Kantoff, Hunter, Applebaum, Gutof, Berman, Work, McCrea, Apple- gate, Zito, Donnelly. Third: Reibman, Schuldt, Rozner, Falcolner, Turner, Will, Dvorak, Goodie, Goldman. Fourth: Chesley, Leff, Gold, Cash, Cooley, Friedman, Rosenthal, Schaefer, Dunston, Price, Dordek, Yale. Absent: Lief, Tetzlaff, Mr. War- rick fdirectorj, Mr. Smith fdirectorj. FRESHMAN SYMPHONIC BAND Bottom row: Green, Rosenberg, Rus- kin, Escamilla. Second: Carlson, Mil- bratz, M. Smith, L. Smith, Zito, Ayde- lotte, Third: Trent, Fridgeirsson, Goodie, Berman, Rozner, Heitman, Goldstein, Rossow. Fourth: Hunter, Aschauer, Applebaum, Goldman, Gutof, Applegate, McCrea, Work, Pick, Fasono. Fifth: Ryno, Friedman, Price, Schaefer, Dunston, Dordek, Yale, Dvorak, Levin, Turner, Falconer, Risinger. Sixth: Kantoff, Grais, Reibman, Smith. Absent: Cher- ley, Klanderman, Madden, Rosenthal, Leif, Mr. Smith fdirectorj, Mr. Warrick fdirectorj. FRESHMAN CONCERT BAND Bot- tom row: L. Smith, M. Smith, St. Clair, Schaaf, Carlson, Ellis, Lauck, Rossow, Fridgeirsson. Second: Bernstein, Long, Chester, Yonan, McMillan, Pigott, Erbach, Tetzlaff, Kim, West- macott, Work, Zoll, Craig Will, Tauer, Kaulfuss, Hung, Hicken. Third: Wob- bekind, A. Levin, Gustavson, Beaman, Bader, Gordon, Hourican, Lebovitz, Christie Will, Arbel, H. Levin, Deason, Rissinger, Goldman, Donnelly, Pols- ky, Golden, Viglietti, Schreibman, Cibul. Fourth: Tanski, Nordstrom, Schuldt. Fifth: Campbell, Bokor. Ab- sent: Halling, McKee, Nagel, Paik. BANDS 115 Orchestra changes its tempo "l wonder what the new conductor expects from us?" "l don't know, but l've heard he's a real expert - probably a lot more practicing." "That's O.K. l'm ready to work, but do you think we'll be good . . . P" These questions echoed through the halls of the music build- ing as the members of the New Trier Orchestra prepared to enter an exciting year of musical discovery. A new conductor, a new music collection, and a new combination of musicians were destined to produce changes, growth, and musical accomplish- ments. The resounding success of the first concert reflected each musician's hard work and daily practice. Piano soloists Larry Brott and Michael Liu drew particular recognition for their efforts when they received standing ovations for excellent perfor- mances. Guided by their new leader, Mr. Bruce Fowler, the musicians continued to excel. Seventeen members of the Symphony and Chamber Orchestras were chosen to play in the District Vll Band and Orchestra. This distinction led selected players to the All- State Orchestra later in the year. Six students were also members of the Greater Chicago Youth Symphony, a group consisting of the best high school musicians in the Chicago area. Even these talented students found rigorous effon necessary to meet Mr. Fowler's high standards. Melodic reverberations were not confined to the Winnetka campus. The Freshman String Orchestra joined with the Sym- phony Orchestra to play in the Winter and Spring Festivals, as well as giving performances on their own. By the close of the season each New Trier orchestra had developed into a finely tuned ensemble. "Orchestra was harder this year. lt took more work, but the results were worth it," concluded Kelly Wallace, concertmistress of this year's Symphony and Chamber Orchestras. O Top Right: lntently studying her new music, Concertmistress Kelly Wallace prepares to lead the orchestra through its next musical endeavor. Right: The French Horn section strives for a harmonious sound as they perfect their pans for the Novem- ber Symphony concert. fPhotos by Millinl 1 16 ORCHESTRA CHAMBER ORCHESTRA Bottom row: Wallace, Aimi fconcert mistressl, Tragen, Monahan, Shanks, Abell, Shang, Millin. Second: Elmore, Mat- suda, Rohner, Lear, McCabe, Katz, Orlebeke, Kielson, Watts, Blanchard, Newton, Granath, Marlas, Hollander. Third: Mr. Fowler fdirectorj, Thomas, Rennolds, Wolfe, Crawford. Fourth: Armstrong, Graef, Croke, Saunders. """""'xf"' KKI K 4 1 au .un '-if " ,..-1 lm Wt ..- New STRING ORCHESTRA Bottom row: Joel Tachau, Hoover, Kwaan, Price, Hardy, Jeremy Tachau, Absent: Park. FRESHMAN STRING ORCHESTRA Bottom row: Orlebeke, Cosnow, Coughlin, Choi, Siegel, Aaron, Kim. Second: Liu, Kaefer, Pinkerton, Janov, Dechovitz, Stadheim, Schaef- er, Graller, Kilgus, Aron. Third: Hirsch, Lim, Fleming, Wren. Fourth: Cordek, Lo, Williams, Mr. Fowler fdirectorl. Absent: Elmore, Goldstein, Kreston. 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RTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPOHTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPOHTSSPORTSSPORTSSPORTSSPOF L Q , 'Ahg X ix X 3 if wi SSiHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSiHOdSSlHOdSSLEOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSlHOdSSLHOdSSlHOdSSlBOd 120 SPORTS Jock Around the Clock PRE-SEASON CONDITIONING 0 TRYOUTS 0 CUTS 0 WORKOUTS 0 5 MINUTES STRETCH- ING 0 SWIM 10 x 50 FREE ON THE 45 O RUN 15 x 40 YARD WIND SPRINTS 0 I BENCH PRESS 3 SETS OF 10 REPS. AT 120 O SKATE 5 6O-SEC- OND DRILLS 0 SPRINT 2 SETS OF LINES 0 DO 4 TOUCH-AND-GO-ROUNDS I 2 MINUTES LAT- ERAL MOVEMENT O JOG 3 MILES 0 RUN 10 220's IN 30 I 15 MINUTES SPIKING DRILL 0 POLISH A NEW TRICK I WARM DOWN 0 HIT THE SHOWERS 0 POSITIVE MENTAL ATTITUDE 0 KIL- LER INSTINCT I PSYCHE UP WITH MENTAL IMAGERY 0 GAME I MEET 0 MATCH 0 TOURNAMENT 0 2 WEEK TAPER 0 OXBOHYDRATE LOAD 0 CONFERENCE I SECT IONALS 0 SUPER-SECTIONALS 0 QUARTER-FINALS 0 SEMI-FINALS 0 STATE CHAMPIONSHIP I SPORTS 121 Teamwork takes Trev golfers to state title With skill, style, and grace, New Trier linksmen captured first place. They polished and refined their repertoire of shots in order to deliver a smooth performance. Capturing the essence of the outstanding season, Coach Earle Metzger exclaimed with pride, "They have learned week by week, tournament by tournament, what it means to play golf." These young golfers are a credit to their sport. Perfect drives and skillful putts sent the Trevs gliding to suc- cess. With scores ranging in the high 70s, the Trevian golfers acquired first place titles in both the 22-team Lake Forest and the 30-team Rockford East lnvitationals. New Trier placed second in the 24-team Wheeling tournament and 5th in the tough 48-team Peoria tournament. Maintaining this superlative level of perfor- mance, the team finished first in the Central Suburban League- South conference meet. Rewarded for their outstanding play, Steve O'Bryan, Ken Goldberg, Geoff Campion, Todd Lipsich fco-captaini, Terry O'Bryan and Michael McKeever received distinguished all-conference honors. After finishing second in districts, New Trier advanced through the competitive sectional circuit. Capturing first place in their sectionals, the team paved the way toward a state title. New Trier's total of 300 after two days of play was a new state tourney record for 18 holes. Junior Steve O'Bryan turned in New Trier's best score, finishing second in the state tournament with a 76-74. Gaining 5th place honors, David Andrews fco-captainj scored a 75-77. The gentlemanly golfers present at the state tournament displayed their graciousness by voting to have all 20 varsity players' names engraved on the state plaque. The Frosh-Soph squad coached by Mel Sheets matched the high achievements of the Varsity team by finishing first in the Central Suburban League-South Conference. Robert Kogen, winner of medalist honors, Ward Russell, and Freshman Tom Gray led the squad with low scores to its second consecutive undefeated season. The superb performance of the Frosh-Soph group enhanced by the talent of the top three retuming varsity players, Steve O'Bryan, Ken Goldberg, and Geoff Campion, assures that excellence on the golf course will be displayed in future years. O Above: Smashing his way out of the sandy stretches of Winnetka Golf Course, Varsity golfer Ken Goldberg shoots toward greener pastures. Right: Number one golfer Steve O'Biyan prepares to drive the ball across the airway to victory. fPhotos by Clarkej 122 BOYS' GOLF SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Waukegan West .... ........ . . .153 188 Highland Park ....... , , ,155 154 Glenbrook South ..... ,,,,, 6 44 666 Deerfield ......... ,,,,, 1 52 1 54 Niles West . . . ..... 164 173 Maine West ..... ,,,,, 1 58 161 I-0Yola ....... ..... 1 54 152 Maine East. . . ,,,,, 147 153 Evanston ....... ,,,,, 1 52 164 Maine South ................................. 158 198 St. Viator. ................................... 138 144 New Trier finished second in the Central Suburban League- South Districts. They placed first in the l.H.SA. Sectionals and the l.H.SA. State Tournament. W L Sophomore .... ..... ,,,, 1 1 0 SEASON RESULTS VARSITY Antioch .......... Waukegan East ..... Glenbrook North .... Waukegan West ..... Evanston ......... Glenbrook South .... Lake Forest ...... Zion-Benton ..... . .............. New Trier finished tenth in Districts. lntersuburban Meet. NT ....288 ....234 ....250 ....24O ....241 ....234 ....232 OPP 256 186 223 195 235 205 190 274 They placed twelfth at the Above: Chris Keagan irons her way out of the rough. Above Right: Soph- omore Jennifer Goss' skillful chip shot frees the ball from the trap. fPhotos by Kramerj Girls give golf a good shot Section l: Fill in the blank. 1. What is the equation for a confident and successful game? Determination + Enthusiasm + Llnitv I A spirited team bonded by steadfast friendships. 2. With the supportive guidance of their coach. Joy Reis,the golfers played to the best of their abilities. 3. The team captain, Junior Bridget Cashman, was the single returning player. 4. New Trier placed a respectable Lflyn Districts and QQ in the lntersuburban Meet. 5. The skill and persistence of sophomores Jennifer Goss and Chris Keagan proved to be valuable assets to the team. Section Il. Essay Discuss the main handicap encountered by the golf team and describe their accomplishments. lnclude a quote from a team member. This year, many of the girls were novice players. Some had never picked up a club before the summer of '82, Despite this drawback, each player practiced diligently and improved her basic skills. Commenting on their record of two wins and nine losses, Junior Nicki Bender noted, "We played respectably. We didn't do as well as some other teams, but we had a lot of fun." With a year of experience behind them, the players look forward to a successful 1983-84 season. O GIRLS' GOLF 123 VARSITY Bottom row: Powell, Klein, Goldberg, Campion, Lipsich, Breen, Dillon, Sola, Saunders. Second: Andrew, Kuntz, Walker, O'Bryan, Monsees, Mr. Metzger Qcoachj, Hayford, Jaffe, O'Bryan, McMahon. Absent: Marsh, McKeever. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Beaubaire, Engler, Missner, Moskow, Engler, Grey, Luick, Rekett, Cum- mings, Holland. Second: Mr. Sheets Ccoachj, Taylor, Dvorak, Meier, Nixon, Warshaurer, Angsten, Kogen, Fein- gold, Kelly, Reed, Russell. Absent: artz, Cornell, McCrea, Medow, Price, Rogers, Smith. VARSITY Bottom row: Hanley, Brad- bury, Bender, Haack, Baez, Offen- berg. Second: Scannell, Horwitz, Siegal, Keegan, Farruggia. Third: Goss, Kinney, Mayler, Connolly, Brummitt, Miss Reis fCoachJ. Absent: Cashman. 124 GOLF f i new ,... A f 'V c 'M .. V N .E gg W 4 54' f Field hockey sticks to its goal "You've got to want it!" was the chant of the 1983 field hockey team. The determined and enthusiastic squad overcame finan- cial hardships and scored a successful season. Their desire to win led them to an impressive record. At the face off of the season, changes in the rules resulting in less restrictions on play made the game faster and more chal- lenging. There were rumors that the two teams, Varsity and Junior Varsity, would be discontinued unless field hockey was turned into a club financed by parents. The problem, however, was solved when the school board voted to retain the Varsity team. With dedication and the incentive to win, the girls shot into the season. Captains Sally Fisher and Bridget Maloney led the victo- rious group. A strong front line, an accurate goalie, and a talented defense all contributed to the squad's consistently superior per- formance. Outnumbered in a difficult game against Lake Forest, the players broke their 6-O record. The aggressive Junior Varsity team matched the success of the upperclassmen by completing their season with a respectable 9-0 record. Goalie Mary McMillan, aided by defensive players Donna Desesari and Edie Bartell, gave up only two goals during the entire season. A high scoring offense, led by Christy White, promised to be an asset to next year's Varsity squad. When the final whistle blew, the underclassmen were pleased that they would be able to continue the tradition of New Trier field hockey. This season may not have been the last, but it was definitely one of the best in New Trier's field hockey history. C VARSITY Bottom row: Gould, Fisher, Allans, Strahorn, Bristol. Second: Will, Johnson, Tindall, Harris, M. White, Beebe. Third: Andros, Bartell, DiCe- sare, C. White, Jaquidi, Kay. Fourth: Prizant, Carr, Bairstow, Maloney, Kot.i- la, Ms. MacNamara fcoachj. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Blackwell, Biederman, Peeples, Beshel, Holtz. Second: Hinkamp, Merride, Hagenah, Ward, Solger. Third: Kleiman, McMillan, Hamilton, Miss Camp fCoachJ. Above left: Senior Debbie Gould deft- ly dribbles to out-maneuver attacking Lake Forest opponents. fLeopoldJ FIELD HOCKEY 125 ,'. ,N Q. .-:g t 3 pk t .... Football fights for first ln a year marked by the National Football League strike, New Trier football moved into the spotlight of high school athletics. While professionals waited on the sidelines, the Trevians achieved excellence on the field. Motivated by character and molded by discipline, the 1982 Trevian football team posted one of its finest seasons ever, coming just one game short of captur- ing the state championship. Starting the season with only six returning lettermen, Coach Eugene Chicowski designed a strategy based on team coordina- tion. The Trevians tested their new power structure in the season kickoff against commanding Conant. Although New Trier was defeated 19-16 in double overtime, the squad had proved its toughness in the valiant fight. Rebounding quickly from their opening day loss, a streng- thened New Trier team trounced its next four opponents with a combined score of 1 14-36. Averaging an amazing 30 points per game, the explosive Trevian offense was led by tailback Ben Nolan. Qualifying for All-State honors, Nolan compiled 19 touch- downs and over 1,000 yards in rushing this season. The offensive raids of quarterback Mike Bolan and ends Frank Kutschke and Tom Miller intensified the Trevians' awesome scoring attack. 1 26 FOOTBALL Although the early loss of fullback Tony DiClementi caused some general concern about the efncacy of the offense, Senior Tom Simon successfully filled this vacancy, decimating defenses with excellent running, blocking, and pass receiving. While New Trier's offense scored points, defense was the key to Trevian success this year. Paced by exceptional linebacker Bruce McConnell and by hard-hitting tackles Pat Campbell and Mike Bendy, the Trevians limited their three Maine rivals to only ten points. The unrelenting defense registered its first shutout on Homecoming destroying the Maine South Hawks 54-0. ln addi- tion to containing enemy threats, the Trevian defensive squad also played a part in New Trier's offensive success. Key intercep- tions by Senior Pat Coyle and Junior Joe Higgins set the stage for New Trier's offensive dominance. Although the Trevians had boosted their overall record to 7-1 and their inter-conference record to 4-0, they still had to over- come their toughest adversary to secure league supremacy. A crowd of more than 8,000 fans witnessed New Trier's climactic battle against mighty Evanston. With the two-point conversion from Mike Bolan to Tom Simon, the Trevs edged the Wildcats 26-25 in one of the most exciting Trevian football games ever s Q .J Q Left: Senior Ben Nolan explodes through a gaping hole as end Frank Kufschke checks enemy pursuit. Far left: Allied forces Pat Campbell, Tom Harney and Jeff Mills rescue the elu- sive prize from Reavis destroyers in the 6A State Championship game. Above left: Playbook aside, Coach Chic Cichowski finalizes Trevian war strategy with Quarterback Mike Bolan during an intense Evanston battle. Top: Plowing through Evanston's secondary defense, Fullback Tom Simon outlegs his Wildkit pursuers. Above: ln the championship game against Reavis, Sophomore lineback- er Jeff Mills rounds up a hurdling Ram. CPhotos by Mizenerl FOOTBALL 127 played. New Trier had clinched the conference title and the all-important playoff spot. With fierce determination, the Trevians ventured into the State Tournament. On an unseasonably warm afternoon, the Trevians corralled the Barrington Colts in a narrow 13-7 victory. Advancing into the Quarter-finals, New Trier was again pitted against their toughest rival, Evanston. ln a game characterized by unrelenting defensive assaults by both teams, the Trevians emerged victo- rious as Senior kicker Rob Houghtlin booted a 42-yard field goal with only 7 seconds to play. The score: New Trier 6, Evanston 3. New Trier continued their playoff onslaught in their Semi-final match against Oak Park. ln the first three quarters, the Trevians dominated the Huskies, scoring 21 unanswered points. Oak Park, however, made a respectable showing, wresting two touchdowns late in the fourth quarter. Unable to penetrate the Trevian defen- sive line, the Huskies trudged home with a 21-14 defeat. With eleven straight victories behind them, the Trevians reached the climax of the high school athletic scene: the State Championship game. Under an ominous November sky, over 20,000 eager fans watched the New Trier Trevians take on the Reavis Rams for the coveted 6A Division Championship. Capita- lizing on New Trier turnovers, the Rams bounded to a 14-0 lead. Topping off a 50-yard drive, Bruce McConnell plunged into the endzone, cutting the Rams' lead to 14-7 at the half. Although the fired-up Trevian squad battled fiercely throughout the remaining quarters, they could not overcome the tough Ram defense. A touchdown early in the fourth quarter clinched the game for Reavis despite the valiant efforts of the Trevians. 128 FOOTBALL H3999 Akin VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Coyle, Bendy, McCabe, Bolan, Paden, Fiegen, Kutschke, Nolan, McConnell, Campbell, Houghtlin, Loarie, She- pard, Shelton, Sloan. Second: Hall, Tips, Smith, Miller, Higgins, Harney, Bunge, Walsh, Krogman, Mills, Simon, Footlik, Sennott, DiClementi. Third: Plimpton, at gp 4' in Ultima Alstrin, VanDerBosch, Carrane, Head, Willis, Shaffer, Knorr, Schmitt, Brndon, Greenburg, Nold, Lancaster. Fourth: Raith, Donnelly, Racelis, Gladden, Berlin, Stilp, Badger, Ryan, Bolduc, Greenspahn, Cosgrove, Dean. Fifth: Kearney, Festo- so, Fix, Steiger, Levins, Baker, Warner, Bloom, Carlson, Pietrowicz. SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Conant ......... . . . 16 19 Waukegan West. . . . . .27 6 Glenbrook South .... . . .22 8 Glenbrook North .... . . .29 10 Niles West ....... . . .35 12 Maine South. . . . . .54 O Maine West .... . . .34 7 Maine East. . . . . .30 3 26 25 Evanston ..................................... New Trier finished first in the Central Suburban League South and placed second in the State Tournament. W L SOPHOMORE... ...7 2 FRESHMANA... ...8 O FRESHMANB... ...8 0 Left: End Frank Kutschke reaches skyward for an oncoming spiral as New Trier soars to a 22-8 victory over Glenbrook South. Far left: Defen- siveback Pat Coyle brings Evanston opponent to his knees in New Trier's quarterfinal victory. Above left: Evan- ston fans watch with nervous agitation as kicker Rob Houghtlin skillfully guides the ball through the uprights tying the score at 3 all. fPhotos by Mizenerj FOOTBALL 129 SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Malone, Pons, McDaniel, Tiegler, Rasof, Stern, Morgan, Dunkel, Beemer, Waite, Brent, Oestreich. Second: Gray, Hansen, Web- ber, Murphy, Hennessey, O'Bryan, Groenewold, Werner, Carew, O'Connor. Third: Neal, Griesser, Herbst, Dillon, Paden, Ryan, McConnell, Heard, Minkus. Fourth: Vittum, Ury, Mills, DiClementi, Marvin, Collins, Mooney, Formicola, Nold, Zoghlin, New Trier's professional performance throughout the season earned the respect of their fans and followers. The Trevians' relentless determination and undying team spirit carried them through a tremendously successful season. The underclassmen enjoyed equally rewarding seasons. Under the guidance of Coach Dennis Hall, the Sophomore squad developed their potential ability. Quarterback John Mooney and halfback Brandon Barr led the Sophomore offense, while line- backer Matt DiClementi formed the heart of the defense. The team displayed its fortitude by finishing the season with an im- pressive 7-2 record. The Freshman teams also recorded outstanding seasons. The A's were led by the all-around play of Tom Beacom and Andy Lear. This dynamic duo doubled as an unstoppable backfield on offense and as unrelenting linebackers on defense. Capturing the league championship, the A team finished the season with an uncontested 8-O record. The B team also prevailed with an unscathed record. Quarterback David Mooney and running- backs Peter Ginn and Luke Neil destroyed enemy defenses. ln addition to their fine offense, the B squad featured a strong defense which yielded only five touchdowns all season. New Trier can undoubtedly look to the classes of '85 and '86 for future Varsity greatness. C 130 FOOTBALL Minogue, Hanigan. Filth: Bleier, Barr, Stremmel, Reed, Spilotro, Kates, Matot, Parsons, Condon, Schleicher. Sixth: Melsheimer, Ray, Smaha, Herbster, Simon, Krajewski, Remain, Chambers, Hoynes, Ransdell. iPhoto courtesy of Ms. Ken- nickel Above: Eluding a Maine East defend- er, quarterback Mike Bolan prepares to unleash an aerial barrage. Right: Aggressive Freshmen Tom Beacom and Mike Karger bulldoze the opposi- tion adding Maine South to New Trier's heap of victories. CMizener, Kuhsl --1 W, l l .--l E h FRESHMAN A Bottom row: Lear, Wertz, Rafanello, Karger, Arcus, Atkinson, Young, Hansen. Fourth: Maloney, Petkus, Swerdlove, Richmond, Gorham, Fow- Gross, Levin. Second: Tingle, Fritsche, Emanuel, Sides, Kim, Day, Hemmer, ler, Keating, Asher. Fifth: Mr. Miller CCoachJ, Mr. Hilsabeck fCoachl, Rubin Munic, Suth. Third: Beacom, Koldyke, Redding, Hoban, Walters, Fiegen, Duffy, Donlevy, Watt, Meier, Williams, Mr. Dodge fCoachJ. Absent: Halling. 58+ .ff sa - 1- - - 7 A . 1 Z' if J' A - ii -if are ex is yi . vw ' , A Q. K 23:3 . W , L A if sss -X A were Q if ' ' DQ J -'I 2 I wg- . at S I ' -- 1 1 gi? - " .sf-sv' I "-if i Xi' f-Y gps , . - -is ,Q ,, 4, Q' A :X ' W 5 1 Q A fl Q. av J I H l ,., , A X ' ' 0 . ' ' 'f Q A X A A ' e V , . " 2 - 2, . pg ,. , in A : l Q 1 Q 6 'X - .Ji I ge 4 fiii a ' W X A A . A " f 4 Lg Sk . ' f , T, . ' 5 5 ,i Su , I Iv E gf' ff . as fs .. ff' 4 . L A . A 4.. . T .T ,p T -- ' '23 -1' f . , ra . iiie A -' - W , r a.,. A if 4- B eet, a i' A a ' F- .af W- AL... ...ist ,las ' . Y 'Q S' X it i.1,,,,,-,M ,- A FRESHMANBBottom row: Zolla, Bowers, Lederer. Second:Wilson, Fink, Brock, Olson, MacMorran, Kelso, Young, Keough, Dolby, Schuldt, Peter, Eng, Levins Scavo, Matykiewicz, Willis, Goren, Groebner, Plante, Bear, Lippitz. Third: Smidw, Fifth: Varouxakis, Donohue, McCain, Mooney, Ginn, Hardy, Hill, Keriazakos, Mr Cohn, S. Levin, Neal, Saxton, R. Levin,Soudan,Kitzman, Keller, Neill,Will. Fourth: Jacobson QCoachJ. Absent: Freeman, Lippitz. s, FOOTBALL 1 31 ff 4' 1 9 E., I wr ' r Girls' tennis nets smash season "TENNIS ll" lik! Mini-review : Smash Hit THE OKST The NT Girls' Tennis Team From the makers of Tennis I came the triumphant continua- tion of the New Trier Girls' Tennis Team, Tennis ll. This excep- tional sequel maintained its predecessor's high level of excel- lence, as the Trevians aced all other teams to win the state championship for the second year in a row. Under the supportive direction of Coach Mary Jo Herzog, all members of the team worked together to produce an outstanding performance. Lisa Gollub and Cathy Van Pelt played lead roles as team co-captains. Van Pelt went on to capture the third place title at the state meet. Because of a knee injury suffered by Lisa Gollub, she and her partner, Jenny Nolan, were unable to continue the state quarter-finals doubles match. Offsetting this upset, the number two ranked doubles team, Sheri Birndorf and Lynne Wise, achieved well above preseason expectations, and competed in the state quarter-finals match. The supporting cast, comprised of the Junior Varsity and Freshman-Sophomore teams, played an integral part in the mak- ing of a polished production. Both teams finished with a faultless record. The fine performance of these aspiring players guaran- tees New Trier an award-winning team in future years. C ue..-mel swwlv E 2 5 E 132 GIRLS' TENNIS SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Arlington ........ .--. 7 0 Highland Park . . . . . . .7 0 Deerfield ........ .... 7 0 Waukegan East .... .... 7 0 Waukegan West .... .... 7 O Maine South ..... .... 7 0 Maine East .... .... 7 O Maine West ...... ...- 6 1 Hinsdale Central . . . . . . . 7 0 Evanston ........ .... 7 0 Waukegan .... .... 7 O Niles West .................................... 7 0 Bloomfield Michigan ............................ 7 O New Trier placed first in the Conference, District, and State meets. W L Junior Varsity ........... ..... 1 O O Freshman-Sophomore ..... .... 8 O . -' . G' . ' ll' A . X -N . . i ,.,f Q ' .:.,. M b7.'h f J wx . . JJ:- 9 .fl VARSITY Bottom row: Stehly, Siegal, Kerr, Gollob, Birndorf, Van Pelt, Sec- ond: Miss Herzog fcoachl, Prusha, Mill, Rogers, Nolan, Wise, Lee. Ab- sent: Dayan. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom Row: Olson, Siegal, Mawicke, Gray, Ema- nuel. Second: Padgitt, Burnside, Greenberg, Julian, Coleman, Marlas. Third: Gridley, Holland, Wise, Hell- strom, Tozer, Donnellan, Bower. Ab- sent: Clark, Mr. Latshaw 1CoachJ. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE Bot- tom row: Horwich, S. West. Second: Lister, Oberman, Bristol, Bernstein, Lo. Third: Kastil, Riley, Choi, Frank, Rein, L. Faucett, Hauser. Fourth: Kushner, Neavolls, Seweloh, Read, Lazar, Reed, Pinsof, J. West. Fifth: Mandel, Talbot, Swartchild, Blom- strom, K. Faucett, Bergstrom, Bird, Mrs. Johnson Qcoachj. Above left: Planning her strategy, Susanne Hellstrom constructs the perfect backhand. Left: Co-captain Cath Van Pelt creates a stonn with her lightning-fast forehand. CHoff- man, Epsteinj GIRLS' TENNIS 133 Cross country conquers competition to compete rn state Cross country is a unique and demanding sport. its uniqueness lies in the simplicity of its objective: to run three miles to the finish line. Yet, a close examination of this seemingly basic end reveals demanding means. The runner has to pace himself as well as time his final sprint right so as not to run out of strength before the finish. Combine these techniques with the determination to be the best, the burning desire to leave the other runners behind, and the motivation to practice running ten miles a day, and victory is within grasp. The New Trier runners brought all of these qualities together at each meet. The team's hard work and persistance were reflected in their 4-1 record which placed them first in the Central Suburban League South. Backing this year's team was Coach Doug Chaseg leading the squad was All-State Senior Rich Curley. Chase described Curley as being "the best runner that New Trier has had in a longtime." Close behind Curley were Seniors Tom Pigott, John Flaherty, Tim Peeples, and Fred Donnelly. Following the examples set by these runners, the team strode triumphantly toward the finish line. Freshman Coach Mr. Orville Kates and Sophomore Coach Mr. Ben Almaguer encouraged their runners to reach this same end. Combining the efforts of both coaches and athletes, New Trier Cross Country teams met their demands and left their opponents in a cloud of dust. O VARSITY Bottom row: Martini, Good- man, Nussbaum, Borrotti, Brunner, Davis. Second: Mr. Chase fcoachj, Spiecker, Rosenblum, Rosenthal, Flaherty, Hoagland, Ecanow. Third: Dill, Mulliken, Pigott, Hall, Donnelly, Fogelson, Dustman. Fourth: Curley, Peeples, Dillon, Park, Fargo, Goeben, Hines. 134 BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY of . ' 192 ' 1 -ff ,-fa-Ml, ' " SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Niles West ...... .... 1 9 42 Dearfield ........... .... 3 5 22 Glenbrook North .... .... 3 2 23 Evanston ........ .... 2 9 26 Maine West ..... .... 2 7 30 Maine South ......... ...... ........... .... 2 2 3 5 Maine East ................................... 27 28 New Trier finished first in the Central Suburban League South, third in the Districts, fifth in the Sectionals, and twentieth in the State Tournament. W L T SOPHOMORE . . . . . .5 1 1 FRESHMAN .... . . . 6 1 0 uni! 'Phill wwf SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Kerr, Henderson, Drexler, Gillum, Carr. Second: Davis, Shine, Pelton, Ter- man, Zummer. Third: Mr. Almagauer fcoachl, Otto, Hennessey, Lems. Ab- sent: Altman, Huck. X if tn we NITE FRESHMAN Bottom row: Ecanow, Henderson, Yamada, Arbel, Falconer, Bloom, Zelkin, Weinberg. Second: Bedno, Katz, Wold, Wolff, Schoenber- ger, Liu, Mintz. Third: Mr. Kates, Ren- ca, Aschauer, Cooley, Coladaric, Sol- berg, Ganz, Karaganis. Extreme left: With winged feet, varsity runners take off on their flight toward the Maine South finish line. Far left: Stepping up his pace, Senior Rich Curley strides toward his fourth place finish in the State meet Above: Tom Pigott advances along the back- stretch at Districts. fLipman, Rosen- thal, Leopoldl BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 135 Girls take the outside track to success Llp rises the gun. Waiting for the race to begin, the runner eagerly toes the line. One image dominates her thoughts: the finish line spanned by an unbroken tape. The contour of the course passes before her eyes as she mentally runs the race. She reviews the strategies designed with the aid of her coach for the last time and steels herself for the contest to commence. The gun sounds. With racing breath, pumping arms, and rushing feet, she covers the course. The tape snaps. Victoriously crossing the finish line, she reaches her goal. Loyal dedication and supportive team work brought the squad within nine points of a trip downstate. Led by Captain Betsy Bass and first year coach Mr. Art Omohundro, the team developed an "esprit de corps" that was a major factor in their success. Reflect- ing on the season, Coach Omohundro said, "l've never enjoyed coaching any sport as much as I have this superb group of girls." Finishing with a 5 and 2 record, the Junior Varsity, coached by Mr. Peter Burnside, showed consistent improvement throughout the season. The strengthened performance of the Junior Varsity team provides a solid base for a successful 1983 Varsity Sea- son. I Above: Alone in the district crowd, Megan Flaherty prepares to move up in the rank and file to the finish line. Above right: With the finish line in sight, Mary McCain kicks past her Dis- trict opponents to give New Trier a leg up to State Sectionals. Extreme right: Firing up competitive spirit, Varsity runners forge race plans. Right: Varsi- ty Captain Betsy Bass cuts her Maine West opponents down to size as she slices through the competition to vic- tory. tClarke, Leopold, Clarke, Leopoldl 136 GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Regina ..... , , ,27 30 Niles West . . . . , ,23 38 Maine West .... , . , 15 44 Maine East. . . , , ,24 35 Maine South .................................. 22 33 New Trier finished second in Conference, first in Districts and sixth in Sectionals. W L T JUNIOR VARSITY . . . , , .2 1 0 VARSITY Bottom row: Bass, Taylor, Fischer, Cannon. Second: Bryant, McCain, Broderick, Brooks, Flaherty. Absent: Mr. Omohundro Ccoachl. JUNIOR-VARSITY Bottom row: Casey, Fargo, Barriger, Stone, Ohr, Davis, Levin, Robinson. Second: Mr, Burnside Ccoachi, Madden, Pigott, Zaban, Perlow, Gilbert, Bergin, Morris, Gross, Koelle. Third: Detmer, Goren, Lober, Schroeder, Christenson, Skorcz, Phair, McCabe, Parker, Abell. Absent: Bosco, Burgner, Carr, Gard- ner, Michiecs, Park, Savage, Steinke, Stoken, Thesing, Watson. GIRLS' CROSS COUNTRY 137 Fans cheer soccer to state Soccer has arrived at New Trier. Crowds gathered in all types of weather to witness exciting displays of power and skill. The pro- fessional play of the 1982-83 soccer team not only provided enjoyable entertainment for New Trier sports fans, but also generated a heightened enthusiasm that carried the booters and their supporters all the way to the state tournament. Getting off to a slow start, the Trevians lost two of their first three games. However, after tying Glenbrook North, the booters went undefeated for the next eleven games. Spurred on by coach Tony Schinto, New Trier continued to conquer league oppo- nents, compiling an impressive 18-3-2 record. All-State Senior Chris Rossiter, Captain Ken Shadlen, and Forward Sam Lubbot formed the core of the superior offensive line. Goalie Charlie Talbot, assisted by Captain Brian Sullivan and Defenseman Rob- bie Smith, thwarted opposing scoring threats, finishing the sea- son with 8 shut-outs. The Trevs' downstate campaign opened with Subsectional victories over St. Viator and Glenbrook North. ln Sectional play the booters maintained their triumphant performance, routing Palatine with a score of 3-0. Hosting the State Tournament, New Trier kicked off the weekend play with a victory over Hinsdale South. Matched against Evanston in the Semi-finals, the Trevians relied on a strong defense in their 2-0 shut-out. On a brisk Saturday evening, New Trier entered their final contest against Granite City South. Al- though most of the starters were sidelined with injuries, the second-stringers led the Trevians through the valiant battle. Yielding the state title to the Warriors in a 2-1 decision, New Trier took a noble second place. Elected the Most Valuable Defense- man in the State Tournament, Ed Madayag represented the Trevian spirit. 138 BOYS' SOCCER Lett: The New Trier bench was a pop- ular place for Trevian regulars whose injuries kept them out of State Tour- nament play. Far left: Clear of Evan- ston interference, Senior Eddie Madayag follows a straight path to the goal. Above far left: Taking command ofthe ball, Defenseman Robbie Smith charges past his opposition. Above left: Wrapping up a Trevian victory, Varsity booters celebrate their 2-O shutout over Evanston in the Semi- Hnals. Above right: Confronting Evan- ston opposition, Ken Shadlen plays his option. Above: Coaches Tony Schinto and Craig Fairbairn look on to see that d1eir plan of attack is car- ried out. lPhotos by Clarkel BOYS' SOCCER 139 The Junior Varsity squad, inspired by the Varsity success, made great strides this season. Coached by Mr. Earl Schabel, the team refined their soccer skills in order to sharpen Trevian perfor- mance. A strong midfield was the mainstay of New Trier's suc- cessful 9-4-0 season. As a result of its proficiency and teamwork, the Junior Varsity place second in the division, giving way only to the powerful Glenbrook North Ramblers. The Sophomore booters also followed their Varsity mentors to success. Utilizing all twenty-four members of the team, coaches Jack Mattox and Robert Ward worked with the players to perfect their soccer technique. ln a victory which highlighted the season, the Trevians broke Maine South's 28-game winning streak The Sophomore booters ended their regular season with an out- standing 15-2-1 record and closed the year winning the division championship. This year marked another first, since the Sopho- more B team gained official status and was given a complete schedule of games. Under the guidance of Coach Steven Meyer, the squad developed a powerful game, a spirited camaraderie, and finished the season with a respectable 7-3-O record. The Freshman team also exhibited commendable improve- ment in their first year of Trevian soccer. Although the team finished the regular season with a 1-10 record, Coaches Sandy Swan and John Cadwell motivated the young booters to continue their hard work. Frosh dedication paid off as the squad ended this fall with a triumphant first place victory in the division tournament. This year's soccer program set new standards of excellence for Trevian booters. The skill and dedication displayed by the talented underclassmen ensure future success. Trevian soccer is here to stay. O Above: Sophomore Defenseman protects Trevian territory from Glen- brook South lnvaders. Above right: Ready to apply a soft shoe for an accurate pass, John Yasenak shuffles downfield toward the Glenbrook South goal. Right: With fancy foot- work, Tom Loftus eludes a Glenbrook South defenseman in one-on-one confrontation. fPhotos by Kuhsl 140 BOYS' SOCCER VARSITY Bottom Row: Schadlen, Needoss, Talbot, Cooper, Sullivan. Second: Gourley, Nordahl, Rossiter, Quinn, Leonard, Carlson, Cole, Sawyer, Freidheim. Third: Mr. Fair- burn, fCoachJ, Fine, McCausland, Smith, Robinson, Dietrich, Frient, Trott, Madayag, Lubott, Mr. Schinto fCoachJ. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom Row: Kenitz, Mauck, Teinowitz, Barnett, Watson, Terao, Page, Second: Mr, Schabel. Third: Stein, Cary, Copp, Kaydea, Fisch, Harrington, Murphy, Greenhow. Fourth: Danz, Lissner, Fusco, Lowry, Mesch, Webber, Clark. Fifth: Metzner, Hoff. Absent: Bran- ford, Stent-Torriani. SOPHOMORE A Bottom row: Can- non, Vanover, Porta, Loftus, Penticoff, Yasenak, Willian, Lewinbuk. Second: Swensen, Trott, Mathias, Cavalier, Box, Granath, Park, Loxber. Third: Mr. Mattox fCoachl, Watson, Thalman, Mattox, Jackson, Constant, Bottum, Dudick, Montgomery, Mr. Ward CCoachJ. Absent: Musich. BOYS' SOCCER 141 SOPHOMORE B Bottom row: Arm- strong, Schabel, Baker, Welch, Gro- dzin, Stem, Mercado, Ladden. Second: Schreiber, Curtis, Kelley, Gould, Jacobs, Clinch, Franco, Moran, Shar- on, O'Donnell. Third: Mr. Meyer QCoachJ, Lynn, Rogula, Brice, Bahu, Rieff, Hemke, Dieter, Kawada, lng.Ab- sent: Kaltenekker, Schwenk, Taylor, True. SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP St. Viator ....... ..... l O Granite City ...... ..... O 2 Glenbrook North .... ..... O O Stevenson ........ ..... 5 O Evanston ........... ..... 0 l Wheaton Christian ..... ..... 5 l Loyola ............. ..... 2 O Glenbrook South .... ..... 5 0 Deerfield ........... ..... 5 O Waukegan West ..... ..... 9 O Lake Forest ...... ..... 3 l Niles West ..... ..... 4 1 Maine South .... ..... 2 2 Maine West .................................... 5 1 Evanston ...................................... O 1 New Trier won the Sub-sectional and Sectional Tournaments and placed second in the State Tournament. W L T JUNIOR VARSITY ........................ ..... 9 3 2 SOPHOMORE A .... .... 1 5 2 l SOPHOMORE B .... ..... 3 3 2 FRESHMAN A .... ..... 5 10 0 FRESHMAN B .... ..... 1 3 2 Right: Driving into enemy territory, Forward Tom Loftus steers Mizener the ball to the Glenbrook South net. 142 BOYS' SOCCER FRESHMAN A Bottom row: Good- rich, Alter, Erfert, Wollan, Karasick, Garden. Second: Harrington, Stearns, Fisher, Elmore, Gourley, Wischner, Fogarty. Third: Mr. Swan fCoachJ, Burnside, Brandao, Lissner, Favorite, Kunath, Kim, Angres, Sandack, Mr. Cadwell lCoachJ. Absent: Fitzgerald Pilipovic, Stent-Torriani. v FRESHMAN B Bottom row: Allen, Rubenstein, Hourican, Nemerovsky, Levin, Movitz, Sparacino. Second: Cowan, Goldstein, Lim, Price, Dun- ston, Sullivan, Kanefsky, Hung. Third: Mr. MacKinney, Burke, McBride, Obinger, Berger, Cassidy, Stock, Bruere, Buchman, Taylor. FRESHMAN C Bottom row: Glatt, Ansari, Lane, Goldstein, Janssens, Ragins, Donnelly. Second: McKee, Miller, Vogel, Volkrnann, Suster, Tips, Adelman, Angres, Mr. MacKinney CCoachJ. BOYS' SOCCER 143 Trevian volleyball triumphs with teamwork "Victory is always where there is teamwork." - Publius Syrus - Members of the volleyball team would certainly subscribe to this author's philosophy. The spikers applied this theory all sea- son long, relying on teamwork, communication, and persever- ance to emerge victorious. Their regular season record of l8-13 provided only a glimpse of the potential which was later displayed in an outstanding state playoff series. The talented Trevians faced the season with a handicapg none of the starters exceeded 5'6". ln order to compensate for this lack of height, Coach Bonnie Beach emphasized defense and team- work. Keeping the ball in play until the opponent made an error was a primary objective in the Trevian strategy. The team, led by All-Conference players Eva Miller, Joan Dysart, and Captain Meret Keller, finished the season with a tall record. They became one of the top sixteen teams in the state before succumbing to eventual state champion Mother McAuley in the Super-Sectionals. The future looks as promising for the 1983-84 Varsity team. Juniors Martha Yale and Kristy Solberg will lend their experience to next year's addition, augmented by top- notch players from the Junior Varsity and Freshman ranks. The spirited Junior Varsity team enjoyed a successful season as well. Coach Kathleen Rinehart taught that teamwork should supersede individual abilities. Enthusiastic Captain Karen Levi encouraged teammates to blend their various talents and per- sonalities in order to promote superior teamwork. Their achieve- ments were reflected in their fine 9-3 record. The hard work of the Freshman team placed them Hrst in Conference with a record of 4-l. Pre-season practices which stressed basic skills warmed up the Trevian newcomers to con- quer opposing squads. The strength of freshman netters will boost the team to victory in years to come. C l 144 VOLLEYBALL M, t 'f - FEI-' . , rw- 1 lf? ilvtggi, Q J! rr if if L tv if M , .l., . V . ax M 3 ' - it-twi g: f. sw, X +, X 1 - 'as 3, belt: Posing a twin threat, Joan Dysart and Eva Miller repel the Maine South attack with an effective double block. Far left Meret Keller drums a solid hit onto the opposing floor as she sets me rhythm for the Trevian offense. Ectreme left: ln hand to hand combat, Martha Yale duels to gain control of the front line. Top left: Standing seven feet tall, Eva Miller nails the opposition with a merciless spike. Above: Setting the ball into motion, Karen Levi moves the play to agile Katie O'Brien. Top: Molly Moline inspires her team- mates to continue their winning per- formance. fMizener, Mizener, Mizener, Mizener, Ryden, Rydenj VOLLEYBALL 145 Wie .,,. it ca. ,,,, , A A J' . H-L 'K 4 HSM M, li Z 4 A V weak VARSITY Bottom row: Levy, Yale Neary. Second: Herlocker, Tril eschmann, Keller, Dysart, Wolff Third: Miss Beach CCoac:hl, Squires Solber Kutschke Hennesse Miller, . Q1 I Y y, DiClementr fManagerl. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Car- rol, Levi, Erzinger. Second: Casas, Hicks, Denniston, Hilton, Kaef- er, McKenna. Third: Ms. Rinehart 1Coachl, Moline, Ramaker, Bendy, Hoban, Douaire, O'Brien. l 46 VOLLEYBALL ,af if 5' 'Rv 1 'F ' Q aj v, i f ,V ,MW or was ifflfila. j Y 2, 2 6 W 3 'H N-f 1-ll' LW . 11- 'I s ! 5 S I S I 3 1,5 SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP. Waukegan West. . . ...... 15-15 3-4 Deerfield ......... ...11-15-15 15-11-3 Glenbrook South .... .. . 15-10-15 13-15-11 Glenbrook North .... . . . 12-15-15 15-3-4 Libertyville ....... ........ 8 -3 15- 1 5 Prospect .... ...14-15-13 16-10-15 Niles West .... . . . 15-15 6-9 Maine South... ...11-12 15-15 Maine West .... .... 5 -11 15-15 Maine East ... . . .15-15 6-6 Evanston ............................ 15-9-15 15-15-9 Oak Park-River Forest .................... 3-10 15-15 New Trier finished third in Conference, first in Districts, and first in Sectionals. Below: Freshman benchmates absorb the intensity of on-court net action. Extreme left: An attentive JV team clusters to hear the counsel of Coach Kathy Rinehart. Far left: Dis- playing her impeccable form, Junior Cindy Casas hammers out another ace. Left: Planting herself firmly on the ground, Freshman Sharon Clary produces a potent bump. tRyden, Ryden, Buesch, Rydenj .ln ix 'X Q IAN 1'-v w .L 'xff' 335.1 .L-of" wks FRESHMAN Bottom Row: Naphin, Montague, Ellis, Yao, Scotellaro. Sec- ond: Nelson, Carlson, Gould, Clary, Godfrey, Sonkel, DeVries. Third: Ms. Kennicke fCoachl, Hackett, Hoag- land, Beaman, Scheussler, Bunge, Duvick, Bader, Ms. Lovell fCoachJ. Absent: Fisher, VOLLEYBALL 147 Basketball discovers the key to victory Head Coach Mel Sheets received the call at about 1:30 on a cloudy, vvind-blown night. His assignment to create a powerful basketball team capable of producing a successful season. Faced with a difficult case, Detective Sheets applied his vast experience to meet the challenge. The valiant detective began working on the problem im- mediately. ln preparation for the tough confrontations to come, Sheets researched prospective talent. With a critical eye, he spent hours watching the drills, the running, and the shooting exhibited by his proteges. Sheets then chose his top operatives. The newly formed team went right to work on compiling an excellent record. With eyes on their goal, the team persevered, accumulating impressive 19-4 results by the end of the regular season. The team's investigation was based on continually searching for ways to infiltrate the opposition's defense. Guards Henrik Gaddefors and Peter Janus worked from the outside, while center Mike Gynn, and forwards Mark Alsteadt and Frank Kutschke, pene- trated from within. Turning up their first clue in the Thanksgiving Tournament at Waukegan West, the squad uncovered the parameters of their 148 BOYS' BASKETBALL Below: The center of attention, Peter Janus, drives to the hoop with preci- sion. Bottom: New Trier sinks into its one-three-one zone to defend an early lead over Glenbrook North. Bottom left: All-State Senior Mark Alsteadt loops the ball over the outstretched arms of his Highland Park opponent. Far left: Mike Gynn pulls down one of his many rebounds in the Trevian vic- tory over Evanston. Left: Henrik Gad- defors beats the frustrated Highland Park center, getting a pass into Mike Gynn for an easy two points. CMizener, Mizener, Hoffman, Hoffman, Mizenerj 4 N: .J fmmfv 1 ' wg, "" as 1 R W ,. 1 ffv- b,,f ' ,, 1 ,-'1' X ff-NW ?X1w4e' Win , v4iL1 A I Wm it sygm h.h,,,,s K K .. ... V. to s,.. - 53.1 ,k.f 1 , ., t as t.. s Q BOYS' BASKETBALL l 49 if , il if VARSITY Bottom row: Mr. Sheets Ccoachl, Talbot, Janus, Alsteadt, Gynn, Gaddefors, Gantz, Mr. Barton Qcoachj. Second: McKeever, Kohen, Carmel, Peponis, O'Callaghan, Bap- tista, Segal, Blesius, Mr. Fairbairn fcoachl. Absent: Kutschke. 150 BOYS' BASKETBALL m ,,,,, SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Waukegan West .... ......... ..... 6 5 45, Highland Park . . . ..... 58 48 Deerfield ...... ..... 7 O 47 Maine South ..... ..... 7 6 63 Niles West .... ..... 6 1 46 Thornridge .... ..... 6 5 58 Maine West .... ,.... 7 1 51 Loyola ....... ..... 4 3 59 Maine East .... ..... 6 6 60 Evanston ..... ..... 8 1 71 Proviso East. . . ..... 66 57 Maine South ..... ..... 6 O 44 Lyons ........, ..... 6 3 68 Niles West .... ..... 8 6 55 Maine West .... ..... 7 8 50 Arlington ..... ..... 5 7 62 Maine East ...... .......... ............. 7 9 62 Evanston ..................................... 72 56 New Trier placed first in the Waukegan East Thanksgiving Tour- nament, the Central Suburban League South, and the l.H.SA. Regional. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Ble- Fairbairn tcoachl, Laport, Schoch, sius, Kohn, McMahon, Second: Mr. 3 4 Sloan. Absent: Carlson, Carmell, Gil- bert, McKeever, Smith. .ae , . . SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Grace, Long, Stemple, Kawada, Brierly. Sec- ond: Shifrin, Robbins, Beggan, Good- rich, Dysart, Mr. Galbraith tcoachl. Third: Hackett, Baum, Hennessy, McGough, Sargent, Vittum. Absent: Alsteadt, Davis. lip, Q J 3 1 ability. The team followed this lead into the Christmas Tourna- ment where they were set back by the host team, Proviso West. Recovering quickly from this upset by trouncing Maine West 71-51, the team continued to capture game after game. ln a particularly rough contest against a strong Arlington team, the operatives played unrelenting offense as well as superior defense. Keeping Arlington on the run throughout the game, the Trevians were unfortunately beaten in the last few minutes. New Trier avoided the traps set by their traditional rivals, Evanston and Maine East, subsequently capturing the Central Suburban League South title. ln their first post-season game, the detectives overpowered a struggling Glenbrook North team by 27 points. Following this lead, the sleuths beat the Highland Park Giants, 65-62, in a tense battle decided by the successful free throw shooting of reserve guard Matt Gantz. Although caught off guard by Waukegan West in early Sectional play, the sleuths pulled out the game, 56-51. Staving off a fourth quarter rush with the aid of Henrik Gaddefors' 21 points, the team won the Sectional Championship over Buffalo Left: Exchange student Henrik Gaddefors experiments in interna- tional diplomacy after trouncing Evanston by 26 points. Far left: Junior Pete Gilbert soars above his defender durin an 86-55 victory over Niles West.Ql'op left: Charlie Talbot discov- ers the simple way to put points on the board against the Glenbrook defense. CHoffman, Mizener, Mizenerj BOYS, BASKETBALL 151 Right: Freshman Chris Fiegan con- centrates on his form during a tight game against Highland Park. Ex- treme right: Frank Kutschke slides along the baseline to the basket as New Trier glides past Maine West, 71- 51. Bottom right:Sophomore Jim Goodrich leaves Maine West behind as he takes me ball to the hoop. Be- low: Looking for an opening against Highland Park, Sophomore Marcus Davis gets a grasp on the New Trier offense. fMillin, Millin, Millin, Hoffmanj FRESHMAN A Bottom row: Wein- berg, Grey, McCain, Jeffrey, Ruben- stein. Second: Phelan, Lewis, Young, Atkinson. Third: Fiegen, Wagner, Duffy, Muller, Mr. Grote Ccoachl. Ab sent: Juris, Nixon. 152 BOYS' BASKETBALL g,,t , , -fr ' . i -,.t iiii fs i t -- i Q : .- If xgl ,.,,, i5 is-I" A V 1 4 ,gn msg 5 pifwlik 'Tl F42 FRESHMAN B Bottom row: Fox, Beaubaire, Wolff, Fogarty, Burnside, Goodrich, Fisher. Second: Coltman, Spencer, Milne, Obinger, McBride, Olson, Williams, Mr. Carpenter tcoachj. Grove. New Trier fell to the state's fourth ranked team, Benet, in the hard fought DeKalb Super-Sectional. This year's sophomore players encountered a challenge of their own. With aid from their leader, Coach John Galbraith, the young but capable sleuths finished the season with a 16-6 record. The team was encouraged by the superior dribbling of Tom Beggan and Avery Robbins. ln the climactic final game of the season against Evanston, New Trier lost by one point, Hnishing a strong second in the conference. The Freshman A team led by Coach Larry Grote, started slowly, but eventually amassed a 9-10 record. The B team, directed by Chip Carpenter, went a long way toward discovering team play while dominating its oppo- nents. The freshmen showed promise for future excellence through their exemplary attitude toward the New Trier basketball program. Having achieved their goal by the end of the season, the Trevian teams dispelled all doubts as to their ability to triumph. Coach Sheets felt that his players "built a strong foundation and improved upon it" throughout the year. Case closed. I BOYS' BASKETBALL 153 Girls' basketball courts a winning verdict When gathering in December, the girls' basketball team assembled, hoping to maintain the spirit which they had estab- lished the previous year. Facing problems of inexperience, the teams began its season with many unanswered questions. Would the Trevians be able to challenge the highly-touted opponents? Could they survive with senior center Ann Curtiss injured and out for most of the season? Would a starting lineup consisting of four juniors be competitive? While these questions initially perplexed Coach John Schneiter and his team, the early season adversities were soon forgotten as the Trevs began to compile numerous victories. During the course of the season, teamwork emerged as the squads strongest asset. What the Trevians lacked in experi- ence, they balanced with dedication and desire. These team qualities paved the way to an impressive season and a record of 1 1-10. Led by sharp-shooters Nancy Smider and Tracy Rankin, the Varsity squad featured a powerful offensive front. The fine re- bounding abilities of center Becky Boyer along with the outstand- ing play of Julie Tyrrell formed an intimidating Trevian defense. Forward Sally Greer ventured into the fast lane to lead the Trevs in scoring. These individuals were supported by a strong cast of reserves, such as sophomore Kelli Glanz. With superior talent and rigorous training, these young players will lay the foundation for the 1984 Varsity squad. The JV team also performed excellently during the 1983 sea- son. Coached by Mr. Mattucci, the team, consisting of primarily sophomores and selectedjuniors, challenged the top contenders in the conference. Quickness and aggressive play, the team's strongest points, led the squad to an impressive record of 16-4. Although a one-point loss to Maine East shattered the Trevian's hope for first place, the squad finished a respectable second place in their division. The improving skills of these JV players will add tremendous strength to the NT girls' basketball program in future years. C VARSITY Bottom row: Crown, Flem- ing, Rankin, Smider, Herlocker. Sec- ond: Mr. Schneiter tcoachj, Shelton, Moline, Burnside, Packard, Foran, D' k J. Third: Curti IC son tmanager ss, Tyrrell, Greer, Boyer, Glanz, Roach, Mr. Schinto tcoachi. 154 GIRLS' BASKETBALL SEASON RESULTS VARSITY Wheeling ...... Highland Park . . . Maine South. . . Deerfield. . . Niles West ...... Maine West ....... Waukegan West ..... Maine East ....... Evanston ..... Forest View .... Maine South. . . Arlington ........ Waukegan East. . . Niles West ...,.. Maine West .... Palatine ...... Maine East .... OPP 55 46 46 45 34 49 44 38 49 45 40 49 44 36 47 42 50 JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Barkley, Erzinger, Keller, Lapp. Sec- ond: Ray, McCain, Beasley, Gantz, Stem, Heuesdens. Third: Mr. Matnicci fcoachj, Shaddn, Lind, Burstein, Car- rethers, Haase, Koss. Below: Nancy Smider shoulders the pain of teammate Tracy Rankin's ank- le injury while New Trier moves on to conquer Maine West. Left: With her sights set on the hoop, Senior Ann Curtiss springs toward another Tre- vian victory. fPhotos by Rydenj 20 wg-v' IGN if' FRESHMEN Bottom row: Mueller, Choi, Corns, Abramson, Trent, Stone. Second: Will, Hauser, Solger, Hoag- land, Wilfong, Schreiner, Third: Mr. Cadwell fcoachl, Fisher, Diedrichsen, Hamilton, Beverly, Shepherd, DiCa- nio. Absent: Lasser, Sunkel. GIRLS' BASKETBALL l55 Trevian fish finish fourth Unga la bunga . . . A spirited cheer arose from the crowd of swimmers on deck. Coach Rick Peterson paced back and forth, clipboard in hand. The relay teams were called to the blocks. Rick patted them on the back and cleared his stopwatch as he and Assistant Coach Bill Wolff anxiously awaited the gun. Diving Coach Amie Cajet smiled as he shuffled through the diving sheets. So began another dual meet for the New Trier Boys' Swimming Team. Iggy la piggy-wiggy . . . Captains Chris Dunn and Eric Mancillas cheered on a strong Junior Varsity team, which finished the season with a 9 and 1 record. Junior Joe Fenner and Sophomore John Rogula led the squad to the C.S.L. Championship. Coach Bruce Woodbury guided the Freshman team to an undefeated dual meet season, grooming them for future success in their swimming careers. Oofer la toofer-boofer . . . Enthusiasm and tough mental attitudes carried the Varsity team through a fourth place finish in the lllinois State Meet. Led by returning stars Tom Gould, Chip Allen, Eric Mancillas, and Jim Kent, the team benefited from strong performances from the rest of the greatly improved Varsity squad. Blake Berish and Jeff Fetkenhour shaved seconds from their times and hair from their heads to qualify for State at the New Trier Sectional. Marked improvements from divers David Rownd and Sean Sullivan quali- fied them, along with eight other teammates and two relays, for the State Meet. Sprinters Jim Kent and Mark Madigan finished in the top twelve in both the 50 and 100 yard freestyle at State. Adding experience to the spirited but untried Trevians, Chip Allen and Tom Gould both competed in their third State champion- ship. Ooh-ah, ooh-ah . . . Throughout the season the swimmers' most intense efforts were directed toward beating perennial arch-rival, Evanston. They succeeded in tying the Kits for the Central Suburban League title, avenging an early season dual meet loss by defeat- ing them in the League Championship meet. The Trevians split two invitationals with Evanston, coming in second at the Evan- ston Invite, then later edging out the kits for third place at New Trier Relays. The team's 8 and 2 dual meet record was not the only record set this season. Tom Gould set Central Suburban League and New Trier records in the 100 yard breast stroke while John Rogula broke Gould's sophomore record in this event. In addition, Junior Jim Kent broke the C.S.L. 50 yard freestyle record at the League meet. While the State champion medley relay team broke a New Trier record, four determined Trevs smashed the school's long-standing freestyle relay mark. The 1983 Varsity team established new standards of excellence for future swimmers. Trevians, Trevians, rah, rah!!! I rr- -... at , . 156 BOYS' SWIMMING NEW Tl SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Guilford ......... . . .77 50 Fenwick ............ . . .71 54 Glenbrook North .... . . .71 56 Hinsdale Central. . . . . .64 63 Maine South ..... . . .83 44 Loyola ....... . . .69 V2 57V2 Evanston. . . . . .53 74 Niles West .... . . .86 38 St. Charles ................................. 50 77 Maine East ................................. 70 56 New Trier tied for first place in the Central Suburban League, finished first in the District, and fourth in the State Tournament. 50 Af-M If is ls n A v 431 . tt t 3 'Iv' if me-bk ,. gl. I , . S Krushtflly' A W A 5 'L' R ' vga? 6 , sf Left: Senior Chip Allen oes the dis- tance to qualify for the State meet at New Trier Sectionals. Far belt: Breast stroker Tom Gould ripples through still waters leaving his St. Charles opponents in the wake of his tlood. Top: Airborn Trevian swimmers soar off the blocks atJ.V. League, finishing the season undefeated, Above: Coach Rick Peterson and Rick Muller discuss technique and strategy for an upcoming race at a dual meet with Evanston. fRyden, Ryden, Leopold, Rydenb BOYS' SWIMMING 157 VARSITY Bottom row: Repasy, Thomas, Berish, Dunn, Mancillas, Gould, Allen, Nordgren. Second: Mr. Cajet fcoachl, Mr. Wolff fcoachj, Rownd, Jeffris, Sullivan, Broitman, Fetkenhour. Third: Gordon, Huck, Charlton, Malak, Kent, Madigan, Pink- erton, Mr. Peterson fcoachj. Fourth: Auchinleck, Peterson, Brownlee, Mul- ler, Rogula, McKeever. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Fen- ner, Eagle, Goodrich, Fogelson, Koloms, Page, Hines, Hall, Emmert. Second: Mr. Cajet fcoachl, Mr. Wolff fcoachl, Gilson, Kim, Byrne, Conley, Perl, Krumstok. Third: Sullivan, Pat- terson, Charlton, Jentel, Wirfz, Wil- liamson, MacDonald, Rogula, Mad- den, Mr. Peterson fcoachl. Fourth: Zummer, Telford, Allen, Lunn, Jones, Turner, Schabel, McKeever. x 5 'lf if ,C 158 BOYS' SWIMMING FRESHMEN Bottom row: Jerome Campbell, McCrea, Applegate, Dono- hue, Thomas. Second: Fetkenhour Weininger, McKaplan, Upchurch, R Kaplan, Polsky, Kullman. Third: Sca- vo, Fleming, Gerding, Snyder, Day Allen, Tanski, McDonald, Tucker Janov, Bauman. Absent: Llfland. li. ...WN . . -ci FRESHMAN Bottom row' Kin New . g, - man, Engel, Spears, Hanigan, Mor- risey, Maguire, Lee, Urban. Second: Mr. Cajet fcoachj, Mr. Peterson fcoachl, Manaster, Lejenne, Steiner, Cash, Drexler, Kelly, Will, Sills, Kindig, Mr. Woodbury fcoachl. Third: Paik, Golomski, Lasser, Portugal, Ham- mersley, Trippe, Churchwell, Gustav- son, MacArthur, Mr. Harper fcoachj. VARSITY Bottom row: Alexander, Miller, McCrea, Broderick, Lockwood, Gardiner, Gonser, Hopper. Second: Mr. Harper fcoachj, King, Strauss, Blodgett, Bellanca, Gerber, Newman, Zummer, Sills, Marsh, Lind. Third: Mr. Cajet fcoachh, Mals, Hopper, Sides, Ward, Eby, McCurdy, Galbraith, Stein- er, Baumann, Gustavson, Day, Mr. Peterson fcoachj, Mr. Woodbury icoachj. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Badgely, Friedlander, Heusdens, Car- ley, McMahon, Schuman, Wentz. Sec- ond: Ashman, Block, Croissant, Edsel, Duffy, Hodgson, Graves, Char- lebois. Third: Mr. Cajet fcoachj, Janov, Cavalier, Kelly, Kaulfuss, Mr. Harper fcoachl, Mr. Woodbury Qhead coachj, Mr. Peterson fcoachj. GIRLS' SWIMMING 159 10" Swimmers surface with another state championship lt formed in August. It grew stronger and faster each day. Flowing with a forceful current, the green and blue wave of the Girls' Swimming Team bore down on unsuspecting opponents. During the year, the terrible tide washed up both Hinsdale and St. Charles. With increasing velocity, the wave conquered all confer- ence teams, leaving opponents in the wake of their victory. For the Hrst time the wave engulfed all opposition at the annual New Trier relays. The foundation of this powerful team's undefeated season was the guidance of coaches Bruce Woodbury, Tony Harper, Arnie Cajet, and Rick Peterson. All-American swimmers Grier McCurdy, Caroline Eby, Laura Hopper, and Susie Day, and divers Barb Broderick and Tina McCrea helped drag opponents into the team's precipitous undertow. The team's individual tides pooled together at 6:15 and 3:00 every day, traversing up to 12,000 yards at a time. Separate crests of the swell, Carrie Gustavson, Julie Hopper and Leslie Sills improved as a result of these strenuous workouts. The team's success came not only from the singular devotion of individual tides, but also from the bubbling enthusiasm of the wave as a whole. Following districts, the wave plowed homeward for the State Tournament. The team swept up the championship trophy on the strength of first and third place diving by Tina McCrea and Barb Broderick, powerful relays, and outstanding finishes by Carrie Gustavson and Caroline Eby. After a climactic season, the wave gently dispersed into serene, singular ripples. I ff? 160 GIRLS' SWIMMING SEASON RESULTS VARSITY NT OPP Deerfield ....... .... 9 0 36 St. Charles ....... .... 7 3 54 Waukegan East .... .... 8 0 47 Waukegan West .... .... 8 3 41 Hinsdale Central . . . .... 72 54 Maine West ..... .... 8 0 47 Maine South .... .... 6 6 61 Evanston ..... .... 7 3 54 Niles West ................................... 95 32 Maine East ................................... 90 30 New Trier finished first in the Central Suburban League Varsity Meet, I.H.SA. District Meet, the New Trier Relays, and the I.H.SA. State Meet. 45355-jeff W , A , me I" . Q, l If W A N C as at 4 f fe I y In mswla 'ww 9 , av I? I P' I I g. V? H ,A V 'kv ,V PA 'I ,N Q, .. If . I'2f'f.-,g,,,, I , ,V ,,,,wae 'f f , f at - N '17 ' if ,I-I I - if i' w,L5Y2. ,.1, :fans ,. . -, . I-I. m' 9 ,, ,g H. ,, 4, dm-WL, ' ' V., -, K 1, v 1 ' . ,, It v . ,I if g Y., ga 9- ,, a. 0 Left: After swimming 500 grueling yards, an exhausted Julie Hopper pre- pares to drag herself out of the pool. Far left: The state's third ranked diver, Barb Broderick, beseeches the heavens for help in perfecting her style. Extreme left: Captain Susie Day watches nervously as Trevian swim- mers clinch their first victory ever at the annual New Trier relays. Top: Laura Hopper flies to the finish leaving swarms of St. Charles competitors behind. Above: Ever punctual Fresh- man Carrie Gustavson checks the stat-boys for her I.M. time after finishing a split second behind an Andover opponent. CRyden, Clarke, Hoffman, Ryden, Hoffmanl 5 I gs-a GIRLS' SWIMMING I61 Hockey freezes opponents The Winnetka Ice Arena is filled to capacity. While the roar of the crowd exceeds the hum of the Zamboni, the only noises inside the locker room are those of the coach rattling off last- minute instructions and the nervous tappingtof skates. As the buzzer sounds, the team rises to its feet and pours out the door. The thundering crowd sends adrenalin pumping through the players' veins as they hit the ice. With the drop of the puck, another New Trier Hockey game begins. ln order to expose more boys to higher level play, the New Trier Hockey Club added a second Varsity to the traditional one-team format. Approximately seventy boys tried out and were placed by ability on the first Varsity fVarsity Greenj, the second Varsity fVarsity Bluej, and the Junior Varsity. The Varsity Green team, coached by Bob Kelly, started the season with hopes of topping last year's fine record. All-Star players Tom Finks, Rob Oseland, Joe Sauer, Chris Nixon and Ned Parsons along with Goalie Geordie McRae helped lead the way to the Trevians' 15-1-2 record which placed them first in the Metro League North Divi- sion. Despite their slow start, the Green team improved through- out the season and advanced to the state tournament. ln their first home game, the team lost to Evanston 6-3, but rebounded from the loss three days later to demolish the Wildkits 8-O. This impor- tant victory placed the Trevs first in the Loyola Thanksgiving Invitational Toumament ln New Trier's annual Christmas Tour- nament, the Green team earned the chance to play in the semi- finals, facing off against Trinity College school of Toronto. Winning this quick-paced struggle 5-4 in overtime, the Trevians advanced 'Wil 162 HOCKEY to the final round where they defeated Glenbrook South to emerge the Tournament Champions. Advancing into post- season play, the New Trier squad maintained their outstanding performance finishing first in the Metro League and first in the state. ln its first year of existence, the Blue Team, coached by Bob Hildreth, established itself among Varsity competitors. The Blue team made an explosive comeback, starting with the Barrington Christmas Tournament. The Trevs netted two consecutive key victories, including a 4-2 rout over highly ranked Schaumburg and went on to Hnish an unexpected third in the Tournament. With the strong play of All-Stars Eric Eberhardt and Don Hayes, and the solid goal-tending of Chris Nein and Jim Rosenwasser, the Trevs responded to the challenge of league competition. After demolishing Glenbrook North 8-2 and tying Evanston, the Blue Team lost to their brother squad in a close battle, 4-3. Winning the AA division of the State Tournament, the Sophomores and Juniors gained valuable experience for next year's top Varsity play. The Junior Varsity team also shot through an impressive sea- son. The relatively young squad finished with an outstanding record, placing first in the North Division of the Metro league. Center Kevin Maguire racked up points for the squad while Defenseman Brian Farrell held back the opposition to aid Goalie Bobby Martin. Finishing second in the state, the Junior Varsity team promises future excellence in New Trier Hockey. I Left: Breaking away from a pack of Wildkits, Tom Finks unleashed a slap- shot on goal. Far left: ln a one-on-one showdown, Center Rob Oseland draws the puck to the outside to bypass his opponent. Above left: ln- tensity reigns over the Green team bench as they watch the ongoing bat- tle. Top: Dumping the puck into Spar- tan territory, Defenseman Ned Par- sons sets up a Trevian auack Above: ln the battle of the New Trier squads, Blue team member Jim Pottinger eludes the defense, sending his slap- shot straight on target. tSmith, Smith, Ryden, Millin, Millinl HOCKEY 163 VARSITY BLUE Bottom row: Rosen- wasser, Eberhardt, Hayes, Kiess, Nein. Second row: Mr. Hildreth fcoachl, Van Cleave, Hughes, Kempf, Saunders, Marsh, Dillon, Lederer, Mr. Allen fasst. coachj. Third: Renner, Moline, Lasky, Pottinger, Martin, Herbster, Clarke. 164 HOCKEY JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Kelly fstick boyj, D. Martin, Heitman, B. Martin, Maguire, Karger. Second: Far- rell, Collins, Kaltenneker, Haddon, Clarke, Sandler, Parsons, Mr. Kelly icoachj. Third: Geier, Duerwalhter, Stremmel, Beacom, Bunneville, Johnston. Absent: Taylor. VARSITY GREEN Bottom row: Kelly fstickboyl, Brenner, Parsons, Wallace, Nixon, McRae. Second: Renn, Ose- land, Hanley, Watson, Nelson, Finks, Daver, Mr. Kelly fcoachj. Third: Leven, Lamotte, Sherman, Sullivan, Spring, Eckert. " ny 'H' vf- yr J5- N- Q iQ Yeti Left: Left wing Bolt Lamotte flies through a flock of Lake Forest Col- lege defensemen. Far left: New Trier center Rob Oseland clashes with an Evanston opponent in head-to-head competition. Extreme left: Phil Clarke receives a breakout pass from de- fenseman John Hughes to clear the Trevian zone. Top left: Lunging for the puck, a J.V. forward turns the cor- ner on a Notre Dame defender. Above left: Green team center John Leven leaps to great heights to avoid the outstretched stick of Blue defense- man Eric Eberhardt. fSmit.h, Millin, Ryden, Smith, Millinj HOCKEY l65 Girl gymnasts rate a perfect 10 if 166 GIRLS' GYMNASTICS Above: Julie Mitchell exhibits the Hner points of gymnastics. Top: Karen Levi adds a new twist to her uneven bar routine. Far right: With undivided concentration, Senior gymnast Nan- cy Mack accomplishes the handstand splits. Right: Tackling the horse, Nan- cy Mack winds up heels over head. QPhotos by Mizenerj Grace, poise, agility, and strength are the elements that a gymnast combines to obtain the elusive "1O." With this winning combination, the girls' gymnastics team competed for top scores throughout the 1982-83 season. Despite grueling three-hour workouts and many ace bandages, N.T. gymnasts completed the season with a perfect record, as well as winning conference, regional, and sectional championships. The key to this year's success was the mental determination and the support of Coaches Ms. Gans and Mr. Beiersdorf. Seniors Julie Mitchell, Emily Collias, and Kim Kontrick performed well in all areas, inspiring the team to its many victories. While the athletes were strong in all events, they excelled in floor exercise and balance beam. Easily defeating all conference matchups, the girls had to wait until the Sectional meet for more difficult competi- tion, where New Trier scored a 138.3 to beat the Glenbrook South total of 137. The entire New Trier team qualified for the State Meet, placing second in the State competition. The freshmen, led by Senior Co-Captains Mary Ann and Nancy Mack, gained valuable experience from their first year of inter- scholastic competition. "Next year's team is looking good," com- mented Coach Gans, naming underclass champions Carrie Lederer, Bea Liu, and Mary Madayag as future leaders. Con- tinuing to seek the perfect "IO," these young gymnasts keep up their rigorous training in order to prepare themselves for a suc- cessful 1983-84 season. I S 1 - a i '.4 I i rf: :sri lf .APYAFS-' 3 l I 1 l I VARSITY AND JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Goodman, Madayag, Snell, Mitchell, Liu, Lewy, Pitner, Lederer. Second: Mrs. Gans fcoachj, Kontrick, N. Mack, Levi Rasmusen, Collias, Chase, M. Mack, Adamson, Mr. Beiersdorf. FRESHMEN Bottom row: Festoso, Lewy, Gold. Second: Mr. Beiersdorf lcoachj, Blom, Miller, Engel, Mrs. Gans Ccoachl. Third: Moscow, Good- man, Lee. GIRLS' GYMNASTICS 167 Fencers duel their way to state TO FENCE IS. . . to concentrate on psyching out the opponent. TO FENCE IS . . .to duel with precise form. TO FENCE IS. . . to lunge forward and meet the adversary with fierce aggressiveness. TO FENCE IS . . . to win with grace and lose with style. Incorporating these four tactics, the 1982-83 New Trier team not only captured the state crown but also came away with the Midwestern Regional Title. Under the guidance of Coach Fernan- do Delgato and Co-Captains Andy Dalkin, John Thomas, and Jim Wolter, the swordsmen enjoyed one of their finest seasons in New Trier history. Because twenty-five fencers returned to this year's squad, the Trevians plunged into seasonal play with a sharp competitive edge over their opponents. Entering post-season competition with a 17-3 record, the foil and epee teams emerged victorious in their respective divisions. John Thomas, director of the foil team, finished second in the state and fourth in the Midwest, while teammate Dave Seabright place fourth in the state and sixth in the Midwest. Leader of the epee team Jim Wolter, procuring an impressive second in the state and third in the Midwest, was joined by his teammate Junior Andy Abramson who dueled his way to an outstanding fourth place finish in the state and sixth place in the Midwest. In addition to these, the consistent fencing of John Greenwold, Kevin Ray, and John Thomas qualified the trio for the Junior Olympics. As a result of its solid performances, the Junior Varsity com- pleted the season at 6-6. Under the direction of Coach Delgato, the novice fencers obtained valuable experience through rigor- ous training. In light of the acquired expertise displayed during Junior Varsity competitions, New Trier can expect future excell- ence from its 1983-84 fencing team. I Above right: Set for action, a New Trier fencer gets her point across. Above far right: With a precision th Ji W lt r dir ct h't rust, m o erscoesa e 1 on opponent Kevin Ray. Right: Poised in the en-garde position, J.V. fencers wait for the signal to commence their practice duels. fPhotos by Kuhsl 168 F ENCING - .S ik ,t 'gag VARSITY V SEASON RESULTS so NT Catholic Memorial Wayland Academy .... Culver Academy . Wauwatosa High . Waukesha ....... Gorden Technical Maine West ...... Maine South ....... Gordon Technical .... Maine West ........ Maine South ..... OPP ...ll 7 ...I8 O ...15 3 ....8 1 ....8 I ...12 6 ...12 6 ...12 6 ....7 Il ...12 6 ...I4 4 VARSITY Bottom row: Hedlund, Ho- ward, Peter, Abrhamson, Seabright Second: Ray, Thomas, J. Wolter, Dal- kin, Pechtl, Meyers, Mr. Delgado fcoachj. Absent: Stone, S. Wolter. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Bogart, Schnabel, Sargeant, Hanley, Fischer. Second: Goldman, Falconer, Dunston, Rockey, Crump, Milks, Sciarra. Third: Hoback, Freeman, Ray, Campbell, Groenwald, Greens- pan, Hansen, Kiddle, Mr. Delgado fcoachj. FENCING 169 Wrestlers gain stronghold N 'Q 775- 'I 53-iQ. if IV? Above: With legs and arms askew, Pe- ter Carlson maintains a determined stronghold. Top: In a head-on con- frontation, Senior Peter Carlson forces a Deerfield challenger to his knees. Top Right: Sophomore Ed- ward Stein's relentless hold draws a grimace from a Deerfield opponent. Right: Senior Will Krogman is pro- claimed victor after successfully pin- ning a Warrior opponent. QSmith, Schmitt, Smith, Mizenerj 170 WRESTLING Wrestling was the most popular sport practiced by the ancient Greeks. Determined athletes sought the glory of victory in one-to- one competition. Recognizing that the ancient criteria of strength, agility, and mental dexterity still apply to wrestling today, able athletes were inspired to accept the challenge and join New Trier's 1982-1983 wrestling program. This year's Varsity season was expertly directed by Head Coach Jim Krumpelstaeder and Assistant Coaches Earl Metzger, Robert Acri, and Zachary Lazar. Rigorous training schedules kept the wrestlers in top physical shape, while moral encouragement and leadership were provided by Captains Brian Bear, Tom Simon, and David Park. Although the team had a slow start with a season record of 5-1 1, the squad produced impressive results in district competition. Joe Knorr and Alex Mozner placed fourth, while David Park and Chris Page took third, and Will Krogman captured second place. Llpholding New Trier standards, Brian Bear and Tom Simon shared the first place berth, Senior Brian Bear went on to win Sectionals in the 155-pound weight division and advanced to the State tournament. The JV season was equally impressive, ending with records of 5-10-1 for the JVl team and 16-1 for the JVll team. Tim Hennes- sey had an outstanding year, while Sophomore Matthew Di- Clementi won the JV championship for the 185-pound weight division. Gaining valuable experience and acquiring requisite wrestling skills, the JV wrestlers promise to form an excellent squad next year. I '1 Highland Park Niles West . . . Maine West. . . Loyola ....... Maine East . . . Buffalo Grove. Elk Grove .... Evanston ..... Maine South. . Grant ........ North Chicago. . . . . .21 Glenbrook North. . . . . . 15 Glenbrook South .... . . .31 BG X VARSITY Bottom row: Hines, Gold- berg, Pons, Park, Ransom, Shaffer, Green, Padge, Greenhow. Second: Mr. Krumpelstaedter fcoachj, Hen- nessey, Knorr, Mozner, Bear, DiC- lementi, Dietrich, Simon, Krogman. Absent: Carlson. JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Vanes, Leone, Paradise, Huntley, Ren- nolds, Weber, Pons. Second: Masko- vic, Kingwill, Armstrong, Ransom, Murphy, Keranen, Jordan, Carew. Third: McDaniel, Marvin, Hennessey, Minogue, Herbst, Haynes, Dillon, Goldberg, Stein, Aron, Feinberg. Ab- sent: Ashley, Austin, Plimpton, Weil. FRESHMEN Bottom row: Mr. Lazar fcoachj, Sundstrom, Eisen, Helfand, Levins, Bedno, Newton, Kofoed, Everingham. Second: Taylor, Wolff, Spagat, Askenas, Bear, Lear, Rafanello, Rlsinger, Schluter. Absent: Hines, Lenhart, Price. WRESTLJNG 171 Boys' tennis takes command of the court Methodically checking the strength and alignment of his strings, he unconsciously recites the tennis commandments: relax, keep moving, stroke, and concentrate. He can feel his heart pounding as he paces toward the court. Isolated from the outside world, he barely senses the numerous pats on the back given to him by his teammates. He finally reaches the green asphalt. The rush of adrenalin exploding into his bloodstream awakens him from his trance, and the competitor overcomes all apprehension. The match begins . . . Responding to the demands of the court, the 1982-1983 Boys' Tennis Team exhibited superlative performances throughout the season. The combination of finely-tuned skill and tremendous dedication ensured the success of the '83 team. Players spent innumerable hours on the court and on the track building their speed, endurance, and perfecting match play. The netter's hard work paid off when they posted key victories at the Arlington Invitational and against their interconference foe, Glenbrook North. Coach John Schneiter's great expectations for the team were fulfilled by returning Varsity letterman Tom Frei and Scott Friend, and by Sophomores Chip McCall and Henry Fischer. The strong leadership provided by these experienced players inspired the well-rounded squad to give their all to team play. As the season progressed, the team secured a strong footholdin the Central Suburban League North Division. The team's fierce competitive spirit and coolness-under-fire carried it to a second consecutive State Championship. The Freshman and Sophomore teams also followed through with successful seasons. Under the guidance of Coach Mr. Sandy Swan, the freshmen sharpened their court skills while acquainting themselves with interscholastic competition. Captur- ing the Central Suburban League Divison title, the Sophomore squad constructed a solid foundation upon which to build future Varsity greatness. I 172 BOYS' TENNIS SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Fish- man, Fox, Steinberg, Skilton, McRy- nolds, Pringle, Fitzgerald, Schainis, Doppelt, Haderline. Second: Mr. Fly tcoachl, Rosenthal, Markovitz, Lad- den, Sugarman, Waxman, Labkon, Schechter, Pikofsky, Wienstein. Third: Greenblat, White, Paderson, Gutrnan, McNamara, Oyasu, O'Connor, Schieniel, Berkson, Zoghlin, Dillon. VARSITY Bottom row: Ludwig, Seki- guchi, Wolters, Bernstein, Hoffman, Kepler. Second: Shepherd, Agustin, Sherman, Seltzer, Walters, McColl, Schnadig, Burke, Blackglow. Third: Zabel, Frei, Serger, Salafsky, Cross, Friend, Gollub, Prudencio, Mr. Schneiter fcoachl. Absent: Fischer, Fisher, Kempf, Leven, Vecchio. Left: Firing a fauldess forehand down the line, Sophomore Chip McColl fends off his opponent. Far left: With strength and agility, Senior Tom Frei single-handedly overpowers his adversary. Above Left: Calculating his net profits, Senior Scott Friend puts his opponents in the red with a perfect volley. fPhotos by Clarkel BOYS TENNIS 173 Softball girls remain outstanding in their field The coming of spring always offers a challenging job for girl athletes. Mitts come down off the shelves, arms are limbered up, and teams are organized. The air becomes warm as infectious breezes stir up excitement on the girls' athletic field. With chalked diamonds laid out and scoreboards posted, the girls softball teams start getting down to business. During the spring, nineteen varsity members took collective hold of softball techniques which had become unemployed dur- ing the winter months. Each girl worked diligently toward pro- ficiency in batting, fielding, baserunning, and overall endurance. Finally the players were prepared to combine their individual strengths into an outstanding team endeavor. With seven varsity starters returning from last season, including Captains Terry Tschudy, Betsy Watson, and Joan Dysart, as well as energetic members recruited from JV, the Trevian softball team took the field for an exciting season. Knowing that their work would be cut out for them this season, the girls came prepared. The previous summer they had orga- nized a fast-pitch league which gave them confidence and agility when facing this year's toughest competitors. "We must be aggressive" Coach Jack Benson stressed. "Our defense is show- ing strength, and our baserunning is good." Yet, with all of the team's aggressiveness, their determined spirit and unified efforts were the underlying factors in each win. ln the preparatory steps leading up to Varsity, the JV and Freshman Teams pursued their trade with unyielding enthu- siasm and impressive talent. Guided by Coaches John Cadwell and Jim Provost at the plate, both the Freshman and JV teams emerged triumphant on the field. With the integral benefits of spring under their caps, the Green and Blue took their positions for a strong season. Their job required determinationg but when all was won and lost, the Trevian girls remained the best in the business. O ABOVE: Joan Dysart's precision hit- ting sends the ball far into center field. TOP RIGHT: After a solid hit to left field, Sue Lind springs toward first base. RIGHT: With magnum force, Betsy Watson hurls the ball to third base, contributing to an important out. iPhoto by Mizenerj 174 SOFTBALL ..t,., 2? if if' V AQ- Ni 't V Q f ., V . .V .L we .- ' ,trk Sur ' ' .V 'Q .7 ' " J ','f, " 1 'Fe-gl' Er, , , .5 Agn'-'T if --'V i .ft . I .-dit t 'ff if , -'fi 'N JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Mal- colm Qmanagerj, Hinkamp, Monsees, Bergstrom, Hoban, Ray, Croisant, Keller, Holton, Bovaird. Second: Pro- vow, Lande, Beebe, Haddon, Kush- ner, Shelton, Hellstrom, Bass, Mr. Pro- vow fcoachh. VARSITY Bottom row: White, Lin- dahl, Moline, Wise, Lind, Gerber, Allen, Squires, Simpson. Second: Burnside, Watson, Rankin, Smider, Tschudy, Gould, Dysart, Levy, Tindall. Third: Mr. Benson fcoachl, Mr. Larsen fcoachl, Kearney, Lewinbuk fmanag- er. 06 'LIL DQ. JY w,JJ.C,l X Wu.. Alsnawd FRESHMAN Bottom row: Lo, Rosenbloom, Zimbroff, Comerci, Trent, Blom. Second: West, Moetus, Schreiner, Stone, Horwitz, Garvey, Schaaf, Rabinowitz. Third: Will, Beamaniskii, Sunkel, Nosek, LaMotte, Smith, Venturini, Clary, Mrs. Dreis fcoachj. Fourth: Duvick, Bader, Shepherd, Funk, Hackett, Chur- chwell, Heiser, Mouner, Norkett. SOFTBALL 175 Special olympians define victory QZNYKQ D 3 SPECIAL OLYMPICS: A regional athletic competition held in May at Dyche Stadium in Evanston followed by the state finals at Illinois State University in Normal, Illinois. The Olympics are restricted to those educable mentally handicapped students involved in Special Education programs. SPECIAL ATHLETES: Participants who begin training in Janu- ary to perfect their skills in order to compete successfully in the Special Olympics. DEDICATION: What the athletes inthe Special Olympics put into their preparation and events. PRIDE: What Olympians feel, whether they win or lose. SPORTSMANSHIP: An attitude that is learned by the students: to win with grace and lose with dignity. LEWIS GOLDSTEIN: The director of Special Education and head coordinator of Special Olympics at New Trier. STUDENT HELPERS: Students who help and encourage the athletes by working with them during and after school. Their devotion to the Olympics and its participants earns them satis- faction and possible college credit. FANS: Special Olympics enthusiasts who play a key part in the games by giving whole-hearted support and warm hugs to Olympians. O 176 SPECIAL OLYMPICS wt .......,.... . , ,......, -,- -,,-, qi, ii 1 Ek. - il- ,..q...f- I .V Y :.:. - WENT A uugfyff SPEC 6, if LVM PI .. . I it SPECIAL OLYMPICS Bottom row: DeDominicis', S. Miller, Moore', Rashkow, Gruenberg, Watkinson, Bristol, Steiner' Vandeveld. Second: Lenhart, McKenna', DiClementi', Ber- man, Mazz', Decoster, Goulds, Wassong', Morgan, Wed- dle', E. Miller, Brady, Hartnett'. Third: Mr. Pateras fcoachj Martin', Bryan, Zimmerman', Shaughnessy, Lewinbuk' Padjen', Movius, Fishman, Flynn, Kahr', Benson, Mr, Gold- stein fdirectorl. Absent: Abramson, D. Alverez, B. Alverez, Bear, Dickson, Hussey, Jacobs, Janus, Jensen, Kiesler, Mitchell, Oakley, Orames', Stapletr-', Sigel, Watson, Wente. 'denotes Olympian Above: With encouragement and help from assistants Beth Moore and Lisa Movius, sit-ups are made easy for competitor Kathy McKenna. Far left: Striding toward success, Olympians Patti DiClementi, Elizabeth Weddle, and Tracy Zimmerman dash for the finish line in the 50 yard footrace. Above left: After a grueling 50 yard dash, victorious Joe Padjen is wel- comed by student helper Julie Ryan. 1Kuhs, Clarke, Clarkel SPECIAL OLYMPICS 177 Baseball strikes out opponents " O'er the land of the free, And the home of the brave!" "Doesn't this weather remind you of '43 when we played, J im?" "lt sure does, but at least is is dry enough for the New Trier baseball team to play outside. Earlier this year they were forced to practice inside because of the rain and cold." "Coaches Ron Klein and Pete Burnside have thoroughly pre- pared the team for the season. lt is a difficult job to keep so many retuming seniors enthusiastic about the season after their person- al achievements in '82." "Peter Janus was all-conference last year, as was John Klein who had a .400 batting average. Receiving honorable mention were pitcher Mark Herron and infielder Tom Milliken, who anchored the defense." "Did you attend any of their games this summer?" "No, l didn't. But weren't they divided into two teams?" I "Yes, the green team and the blue team. The green team played well enough to advance to the Sweet Sixteen in the state. Made up of under as well as upperclassmen, the blue team showed promise for the future even though they were eliminated in the first round of the playoffs." "I was at a game this spring against Maine South Winning -sl E, if I r :fri Y I l x X f X 7 I - X3 J T lr X ' - ' , C T , ll, t I it iq X. ti- X NR rx JE its - 5... 178 BASEBALL the game 3-1, the team played superior ball. ln particular, Jim Pottinger had a great game behind the plate." "lsn't that Chris Beacom in the New Trier dugout? l thought that he was a sophomore." "You're right. The coaches felt that he was talented enough to play on the Varsity team. He should really be an asset to the team in the next two years. Have you seen the Sophomore team this year?" "No, l haven't, but l hear that they are having a productive season. Harold Severns is the coach, and he trains them rigor- ously for Varsity ball. ls that the Sophomore team on the diamond on the other side of the field?" "No, those are the freshmen. Coach Klein said that he saw great potential in the group when he worked with them in sum- mer school. Coach Teny Barton is leading the Freshmen A's and Mr. Greg Morrison is coaching the B team." "l'll tell you, Dave, from hearing about all of the underclassmen and seeing the juniors on the Varsity squad, these Trevians should be real contenders in the years to come. l'm really looking forward to seeing New Trier baseball season. We'll have to get together again. Go Trevians!" Q Vo. Left: Coach Ron Klein, flanked by an- xious Trevians, contemplates med1ods for capping off yet another conquest. Far left: Chris Beacom throws the baseball. Above left: A Tre- vian slugger steals the oncoming ball from an Evanston catcher. Top: Pro- ving that he has recovered from an early-season injury, third baseman Tom Milliken throws out the man at first. Above: With Jason Murphy throwing great balls of tire, the Tre- vians pitch in for another victory. fPhotos by Mizenerj B f Below: Trapping the opponent in a rundown,Jon Klein chases the Raider back toward first. Bottom: Smiles prevail in Trevianville for mighty Pete Janus has not struck out. Right: Mark Heron projects the ball to Trevian backstop, Jim Pottinger. fKuhs, Mizener, Mizenerj Ne. 180 BASEBALL W , .. W We ra T iiimmi V wkifllllzli 1 - aware TLWT7 H 1 1 . M :fi ' ' T : ,El f j il l? '-SWR Mia-fsivral X 23-Qzupllfl A I 7, 3 , n-WN ,Q I, . Q ,. , .,, 1' E ' ' " "Wig 5 :,, , tw. ,lg '4 EN. Q fr M I z A -.4 Q - f' .- ll will A A A ma n ' Q A ' --V F Q f fm 'Q N flirt Q if 4 ' 'MQ'-, 'isw i ' it A . , ':1" , - q ,,,V , - " rr : -J 1 . . t ' .' ,J P y , ,. . N A,A I A f 55? 'JA' ' ' Wt' 'Sa :iw 'Y ' gh? , -gh ' f - fra. - X :X 'lf 5 1 mf - ', , Q , i A . ., 'il - ' 4 " lf- - f " ' " i , E K , J . I I ,L . X If 5 4 f V,V'v I V K A 9 1 -' 't a 5 .K .,,. W r NT" ...fn--- ' i..,L.::. A E V V TWU? .. sw h A . ,.' A " ' 7. . , A..,, , ,,,, ..., ' , ., 'ii A g.,,,. at K ::' H H ' fi' Q lf .,,., a Q, W.. SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Walsh, Savin, Rosenthal, Rennolds, Moore, Barr. Second: Mr. Severns fcoachl, Schneider, Melsheimer, Barrett, Cam- pion, Mooney, Lawrence. Third: Hen- nessy, Brent, Beggan, Robbins, Mahoney, Crome, Vittum. VARSITY Bottom row: Garth, Carl- son, Klein, Harris, Carane, Neilson. Second: Beacom, Herron, Gladdon, Pottinger, Martz, Murphy, Janus, Third: Mr. Burnside fcoachj, Peponis, Dayon, Miller, Sabanty, Fix, T. Miller, Milliken, Mr. Klein fcoachl. -1 1-Q If Am . gpm THU - FRESHMAN Bottom row: Muller, Keating, Beacom, Fiegen, Fowler, Gross, Emanuel, Duffy, Williams, Pet- kus, Tingle. Second: Mr. Mattucci fcoachj, Walker, Sides, Murray, Dvor- ak, Zolla, Young, Walters, Mooney, Redding, Mr. Barton fcoachl. Third: Green, Soutsos, Kaplan, Levin, Zelkin, Newton, Koldyke, Haroy, Schuldt, Cassidy, Saxton. Absent: Weiss, Wagner. BASEBALL 1 81 Discipline springs boys' gymnastics to victory Y 3 O ,,,,,,,,,,,....-,M.,1.M 4 i 5 t ,l .5 3 5 g z -W K " 1 1 3 if ., , , gg , J "Victory stems from discipline," remarked Head Coach Gerald Denk. Discipline was exactly what promoted the success of the 1983 Boy's Gymnastics team. This year Coach Denk instituted a new training program which included rigorous practices, weight conditioning, and a rigid self-discipline itinerary at home in order to thoroughly prepare each individual for competition, partici- pants on both the Varsity and Frosh!Soph teams felt ready and willing to compete. Strict discipline, hard practices, superior coaching, and strong individual skill were the foundations of Varsity power. All around gymnasts Brock Orvvig, Craig Ehle, and Doug Norton, in addition to Seniors Paul Ingersoll on rings and Tom Trotter on floor, presented tough competition to challenging teams including Addison Trail and York High. Finishing their season with a Ene record, the 1983 gymnasts enjoyed the profits of their hard work. Not only was this year's Varsity team outstanding, but excellent Freshman and Sophomore squads met high expectations set by coaches and critics. Trevian gymnasts Doug Casey, Mike F isch, and Pat Nolan, along with newcomers Sean Allen and Dan Arcus, delivered fine performances in individual events. Preparing the squad for tough competition, former New Trier gymnast Bruce Beiersdorf coached the Frosh!Soph team through a productive season. With experience and training, these young athletes will lead the Trevian gymnasts in years to come. C 182 BOYS' GYMNASTICS A, i ,,,,,,...a.f 'L , , Wu... , , ,, -1 ' A 1 3? gi, ,.,,,,,. , . ,,.. ,, - ff-wwmi,w,.f,,,w.w num .. ,,,,, ,. ,, ,il , . WezfiafU"1i'-liii"""'i"""""i"'D ' V1 .V,, T 1 -w-w,.,m,t ,,.. , H.-MW, , 4,-'mv' Wa: 'T Below: Superman Paul Ingersoll ex- ecutes a perfect handstand on the rings. Below Left: Patrick Flaherty reigns over the pommel horse. Far Left: Paul Ingersoll braces himself for a first place iron cross. Left: Perform- ing the rare one-armed giant, top gymnast Brock Orwig out swings competition. fPhotos by Mizenerj VARSITY Bottom row: Wanger, Orwig, Sherman. Second: Norton, Ingersoll, Trotter, Tassey. Third: Nordman, Ehle, Witt. Fourth: Schwartz, Flaherty. FRESHMAN-SOPHOMORE Bot- tom row: Nolan, J. Tachau, Stern, Schwartz, Fasano, Fisch, J. Tachau, Arcus, Varouxakis, Allen. Second: Mr. Beiersdorf Ccoachl, Soudan, Kalita, Murphy, Kelley, Thalman, Randolph, Casey, Lippitz, Neal, Duerwachter. BOYS' GYMNASTICS 183 Girls' track team strides toward success As spring approached, more than sixty-five girls set their sights on the demanding race ahead of them - the race toward a victorious 1983 track season. Conditioned by pre-season train- ing, the girls anticipated the official starting block. Under the direction of team captains Tricia Hennessy, Kelly Bristol, Joyce Anderson and Adrienne Brooks, Varsity and Junior Varsity team members trained for specific events ranging from sprinting and long-distance running to jumping and throwing. Each athlete planned her strategy for the course she would follow during the next four months. When the gun sounded on February 25, the team was off and running through the indoor season. Surpassing their first com- petitor, Lane Tech, the girls picked up speed. As outdoor season neared, they put forth a concentrated effort for important spring meets. Hours of gruelling training with the guidance of Coaches Dutch, "Mac," Klocker, Almaguer, and Cervinka paid off as the team vanquished Lake Forest, Maine East, and Waukegan West. At last the end of the season was in view and the team sprinted with a linal burst of energy and speed to the finish line. Leading the way to the climactic State Meet, miler Adrienne Brooks and two-miler Betsy Bass kicked into their fastest strides at the close of the season. The Trevian team rested contentedly, satisfied with their race well run. C ga...-f 184 GIRLS' TRACK VARSITY Bottom row: Gantz, Bristol, Schreiner, Hennessey, Szafranski, Koss, Abell. Second: Prizant, Park, Stone, Brennan, Biedermann, Cassin, Skorcz, Will, Mr. Dutch tcoachj. Third: Gramza, Broderick, Flaherty, Brooks, Steinke, Cannon, Holtz, Gross, Miss McNamara tcoachl. Fourth: Plumb, Bass, McCaw, Taylor, Cashman, Bott, Fischer, Lober, Bryant. , . , x F - W WW, I ' ,,, ,.,, . ,ii V , . r . ,l I ' " g - :sand 1111. as if Q 1 V V , . ,. .1 1 "Ig: francis if 5 g ' , t f li , M ,A ,Q I , .' P -3 7 "l"2' 2 Wi! S gl QM? fi Vi 7 '7 A t , Ya'-L'-"4"""" 4 ' W ' 1 4 V ' Wi - 'M 5 'iF!Fmi?'E"Z'-3535! ,r .1 -' 1 ffl, M . ' af ','7'.11,' - I 2 Q 'l,l'N"1N H .Z' .1 V . .. . G f 1 wffrr-f.1f-v'z't:w If if""Nzz , -- 'Q' 5" s ' W ' 'C T' WLm'4-f'5"Q'. 'K 'nfl' 07' ., H, , V , A . 455. yuaugnpx, r,1uu.w,m ,I ng ugvmlgkc I ,, , V . 9 f -,Mmm .twain :dnl .4 ,--"X r . hnfgmzz - N-4 V Q K 4 3111311 ll llwnnm f f Amr., gnu if A A Q f ruvsmmwats'-M ff .pf . 1031 , .f s.. , ff 4 t , , f V timmy I we nu n.lniag37m:.::m l -. 6 , r,aMugg. w r ,urrnnf yu-.vw , f.. X Y, . A 412 fillil. tg gf. ,S , ' ' . 4. W ,T ,' . " as 4 I nu A my 1 t ree,-or ' -is I 4 ' I I ' .1 fly 1 H7 -R L S i 9: T5 M z -, U . ul , ga . NT ff X, ,.-- ,- E f i . .lr .' . R . , - ' if ps U I F A , vi ,? 4 in 4 f ' ' .7 A + F ' F A t ' JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Sto- gin, Pigott, Godfrey, Bergin, Gilbert, Carlson, Rein, Ohr, Faucett, Mr. Dutch tcoachl. Second: Pitner, Goldsmith, Homer, Ladon, Harker, Crow, Jorgen- son, Balsbaugh, Gordon. Third: Hol- lander, Bellanca, Dustman, Dennis- ton, Beasley, Tozer, Casey, Miss McNamara tcoachl, Pruzansky. Fourth: Beverly, Fisher, Engberg, Zussman, Christenson, Peeples, Hoff- man, Delp, Beverly. Fifth: Fridgeirs- son, Erbach, Blum, Lampert, Hauser, Trippe, Ordower. belt: Toeing the line, 50-yard dasher Molly Moline prepares to shoulder out the competition. Far left: Tonya Hoffman wisks past Lane Tech opponents as she completes another ring around the track. Top left: Enterprising hurd- lers trek toward track stardom. Above: Wendy Will hurdles the Gill during an after-school practice. fLlpman, Ryden, Ryden, Rydenl GIRLS' TRACK 185 Runners travel road to success ln the following exclusive interview, a Trevian reporter captured the inside story on the 1982-83 New Trier Boys' Track Team: Q: Exactly what is track? A: Track is a sport divided into various areas of competition: sprints, distance races, hurdles, different long and high jumps, and throwing events. Q: What is New Trier Track? A: A team comprised of more than 60 Varsity and 60-70 Fresh- man-Sophomore members. Q: What does it take to get on the team? A: Basically, the only requirement would be the devotion of time and the will to participate. This dedication includes 10-15 hours of practice each week as well as participation in the meets. Q: Who were the leaders of the team? A: Head Coach Mr. Jerry Kates and all the other coaches provided the necessary encouragement and advice. Co-Captains Alan Bauer, Tim Peeples, and Ted Sutherland inspired team spirit throughout the season. Q: What were the team's strengths and who were some of the top Varsity runners? A: Distance running, lead by Rich Curley, once again proved to be a strong point of the team. Outstanding runners included John Forsyte in springtime, middle-distance men Dave Millikin and Neil Rosenberg, and Ted Sutherland in jumping events and hurdles. Q: How did the Freshman-Sophomore team fare? A: This year's team did exceedingly well. The strong performance of these runners ensures New Trier a fine track team in future years. Q: Overall, what was special about the 1983 team? A: Like last year, the high turnout for track enabled the coaches to fill each event with qualified people. This, in combination with the enthusiastic dedication of every member, made Boys' Track an outstanding element of New Trier athletics. O Above: Eying his mark, Scott Fried- man prepares to shoot off his shotput. Top: Concentrating intensely on an approaching hurdle, Ray Kim puts his best foot forward. Extreme right: ln the mile relay, Dave Shepherd relies on teammate Harry Stern to carry on 186 BOYS' TRACK their winning pace. Far right: With fu- rious determination etched on his face, Senior Leo Paik charges over a hurdle. Right: Long-jumper Dave Fisch flies forward to finish first. tPhotos by Rydenj en, G5 FD 'Q -' 'Q T N- 4 , 'T , A gi, ,iq ,, , f ,, -' ,. l 2 if f fl F' VVV, 5 W , ,,'2 ks ,fx ,rig H Q . ,tg-1 ,cw I -ss' f 'Q ' . "M ,fl if .9 J A V' . 1' , AIIV EQ, -ww--ml Vfigf 55" t il' T ,Z',iEL' fr 1 E 4 9 :lil ' , K gg U - i " .P VARSITY Bottom row: Rosenbloom, Lee, Rein, Flaherty, Donnelly, Merca- do, Josehart. Second: Dill, Spitek, Nussbaum, Davis, Bauer, Stearns, Allen, Curley, Rosenthall, Harrington. Third: Hines, Goeben, Fisch, Rosen- blum, Goodman, Fogelson, Pigott, Adams, Callistein, Paik. Fourth: Ber- man, Brummer, Spiecker, Husak, Brown, Stern, Mulliken, Friedman, Bloom, Kim, Pritikin, Meoff, Mr. Klocker fcoachl, Mr. Almaguer fcoachj. Fifth: Lobster, Kye, Kalsch, Timm, Asher, Johnson, Spaz, For- syte, Fargo, Rosman, Mr. McKinney fcoachj. FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Neal, Drexler, Matt Hen- derson, Sodikoff, Zummer, Michael Henderson, Pelton, Yamada, Wein- berg, Bloom, Will, Stearns. Second: Cavalier, Mintz, Schuldt, Terman, Donnavan, Horn, Gillum, Yasenak, Grodzin, Schreiber, Mr. Klocker icoachl. Third: Shine, Carr, Wein- berg, Clayton, Hoban, Galli, Moran, Wilson, Solberg, Karaganis. Fourth: Mr. Almaguer Ccoachj, Mr. McKinney icoachl, Mr. Chase Ccoachl, Mr. Kates icoachl. Otto, Condon, Kawada, Huck, Rieff, Zeller, Horvitz, Altman, Lems, Kates, Ramsdell, Richard. BOYS' TRACK 187 One flew over the badminton net s After the long winter, New Trier girls were ready for their spring migration to the badminton courts. With the grace of swans, the determination of hawks, and the speed of eagles, the team pre- pared to take flight. The hard work of the Trevian birdies, which gave winged inspiration to their natural talent, allowed them to fly through the 1983 season. With only two returning Varsity players, the team lacked the experience that made last year's squad so successful. However, returning Varsity players Kristy Solberg and Kate Trieschmann formed the "nucleus of the team," according to Coach Flo Malizo- la. Malizola was also optimistic that the members of last year's Junior Varsity team, which was first in its league, would do a strong job, "stepping into an empty nest" As the season flew on, the team successful competed against Evanston, Maine West, and Deerfield, their toughest competitors in the league, finishing the season with a strong record. The Junior Varsity team, coached by Lee Kennicke, also performed well, gathering valuable experience for next years squad. The team encountered its hardest test at Featherfest, an invitational tournament hosted by New Trier, where the girls competed against top teams from all over the state. With team spirit soaring to new heights, the young birdies will set even loftier goals for future Varsity performance. I ,. NN 188 BADMINTON JUNIOR VARSITY AND VARSITY Bottom row: Matz, Krone, Harris, Kin- ney, Gauri, Weber, Williams, Carroll. Second: Fell,Jaeck, Levi,Julian, Ben- dy, Wolf, Kay, Fritzsche, Coleman, McMahon. Third: Ms. Kennicke lcoachl, Trieschmann, Anton, Mokan, Solberg, Rogers, Metzler, DiC- esare, Jaquith, White, Scannell, Ms. Malizola Qcoachj. Bottom left: Varsity member Kristy Solberg reaches back in anticipation of a smashing point. Extreme left: Varsity player Amy Metzler leaps to the rescue of a falling birdie. Far Ieh: Ja- queline Bendy keeps her eye on the birdie as she swings toward perfection in pre-season practice. Left: Kate Trieschmann rises to meet the chal- lenge of a well-played shot. CPhotos by Smithj 'WN-Q, ..M..,.c,...., . . Q FRESHMAN Bottom row: Kelly, Mawicke, Ranvik, Cash, Dalton, Stadheim. Second: Ms. Beach fcoachl, Naphin, Vogel, Butler, Tal- bot, Stephanie Butler, Padgitt. BADMINTON I 89 Lacrosse sticks to excellence This year when Lac Ross moved to Winnetka from Sticksville, Massachusetts, he thought his lacrosse career had ended. Like a typical Eastemer, Lac wondered if Midwestemers had even heard of lacrosse. Little did he know that at New Trier, which boasted a 14-year record of lacrosse excellence, the sport had become one of the most popular on the boys' interscholastic roster. Predicting poor turnout and minimal competition, Lac went to the first day of practice assured that his eastern training would easily land him a starting position on the Varsity team. However, Lac began to worry when he saw the Trevian Lacrosse expertise exhibited by the 50 Varsity, 40 Sophomore, and 50 Freshman Lacrosse enthusiasts who went out for the 1983 squads. Under the guidance of veteran Coach Mr. Jim McFadzean, The Varsity team members, consisting of anyjunior or senior boy interested in participating, displayed perfected technique. The Sophomore and Freshman teams following the same no-Cut policy, also showed great promise for mastering the finer skills of lacrosse play. While Lac often warmed the bench throughout the season, Varsity attackman Bolt Lamotte, midfielder Mike Bendy, and defense player Bruce McConnell charged down the field in pur- suit of victory. ln its 10-game season, The Trevian team battled against its new Evanston opponent in addition to its four previous rivals. With Lake Forest High School providing the fiercest com- petition, New Trier Lacrosse players defended their undefeated record. ln the second annual New Trier Tournament, Trevian Stickmen used their homefield advantage to further their suc- cesses. By the close of a victorious season, Lac felt proud to be a part of the unbeatable Trevian Lacrosse team. Hoping that next year his now seasoned abilities would afford him more playing time, Lac's only regret was that he had not been able to hone his skills on the fine Trevian Freshman and Sophomore teams. "Next year," he thought, "Maybe l'll be able to follow the expert example set by the 1983 Trevian Lacrosse players." I VARSITY Bottom row: Fetzer, Wagener, Husak, Bendy, Walsh, Savin, O'Brien, Gold, Albertson, Las- ky, Mclntrye, Sommers. Second: Good, Moen, Hoagland, Silvers, McConnell, Krogman, Shelton, Des- Rosiers, Berman, Nagle, O'Connor, Stilp, O'Malley. Third: Brennan, Diaz, Drobny, Greene, Fisher, Sola, Mintz, Starkman, Brandfonbrener, Lidman, Dempsey, Husting, Haggerty, Russell. Fourth: Sullivan, Pearl, Becker, Bach- mann, Brandon, Ashley, McKenzie, Coleman, O'Keefe, McMahon, Race- lis, Berkowitz, Mauck, Hodgson, Win- ter. 190 LACROSSE SOPHOMORE Bottom row: Schwenk, Kerr, Paden, Bleier, Crroen- wold, Pons, Fitch, Hart, Armstrong, Gross. Second: Lard, Clinch, Chen, Durian, Carter, Jordan, Alger, Smaha, Haban, Johnson, Kurz, Levinberg, Davis. Third: Mr. Wagner Ccoachj, McDaniel, Granath, Suckerman, Goldman, Marran, Baldwin, True, Schellenberg, Schwartz, Herbst, Stein, Schreiber, Schultz. Absent: Currie. FRESHMEN Bottom row: Lyman, Hung, Saccone, Sepa, Wainen, Kelso, Davis, Weatherfield, Gera, MacMor- ran, Racelis, Schwartz, Werth. Sec- ond: Pagett, Vogel, Veltman, Lear, Jef- frey, Smith, Bowers, Donohue, Macheca, Bowmer, Merrick, Weinin- ger, Kaplan, Quinn. Third: Volkman, Carter, McNeill, Grais, Hansen, Miller, Munic, Hollocker, McCaffrey, Plante, Johnston, Hemmer, Suth, Mr. Acri fcoachb. Fourth: Groebner, Halling, Meier, Goren, Zimmermann, Cooper, Weakley, Ray, Day, Kitzman, Lederer, Cornell, McAniff. Left: In a pre-season scrimmage, Tre- vian Middies stir up trouble for their defensive teammates. Far left: De- fending the crease, Moe Lester attempts to rob Mike Bendy's cradle. fPhotos by Clarkl LACROSSE 1 91 Girls' soccer blazes new trail Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen: The top story to- night: Fire spotted at New Trier High School in Winnet- ka. lt began with a spark and proceeded to spread among the ranks of Trevian girls. Be- fore long the heated demand for the formation of a Girls' Soccer Team exploded into a raging inferno. When the Ath- letic Department arrived, it found over a hundred girls willing to blaze a new trail in the field of girls' sports. Now the weather . . . ln 1981, Girls' Soccer became part of New Trier's interscholas- tic curriculum as a result of a petition that was endorsed by New Trier girls. Though only sixty girls signed the sheet, more than one hundred attended the first meeting. This year over one hundred and twenty girls tried out for the soccer teams. The girls' soccer system was made up of three teams. While Mr. Robert Ward coached the Varsity team and Mr. Earl Schabel directed the Junior-Senior JV team, Jack Mattox guided the Freshmen-Sophomore JV team. The Trevian teams were mem- bers of the Central Suburban Girls' Soccer League which in- cluded Niles West, Evanston, and Highland Park. Next year Maine South, Maine East, Maine West, and Deerfield are expected tojoin in league competition. Led by Mary Lynn Corns, Erica Gibbs, Brigid Maloney, Kim Kotila, and Bonnie Perry, the Varsity team competed successfully throughout the 1982-83 season. Enthusiasm, determination, and aggressiveness outweighed inexperience as the Trevians played an impressive game in the New Trier Spring Soccerfest held April 19. The first JV team, greatly improved over last year's, utilized effective defense to challenge their tough competition in the CSL. Led by Ronna Nitzkin and Julia Chalmers, the Fresh- men-Sophomore JV looked to its strong offense to successfully field its way through the season. Developing with the Trevian Girls' Soccer program, the underclassmen will be well prepared for future competition . . . That's the Ten O'Clock News. Good- night and have a pleasant tomorrow. C 192 GIRLS' SOCCER JUNIOR VARSITY Bottom row: Bailey, Lenhart, Kayne, Remien, Pur- cell, DesRosiers, Emanuel, Rizavi, Moran. Second: Messer, Mattox, Buchmann, Grant, Cassidy, Kipley, Lentz, Fraser, Oakley, Wallach, Sal- chow, Goren, Fishman. Third: Ben- der, McCormick, MacDonald, Murray, Hanigan, Gardner, Gale, Lanan, Edel- stein, Macheca, Lyons, Webber Cassis- tant coachl, Mr. Schabel fcoachl. Ab- sent: Darnton, Diettrich. VARSITY Bottom row: Johnson, Russell, Andros, Kelly, Kotila, French, Nagel, Strahorn, Gibbs. Second: Mungy, Taxman, Vale, Wolter, Klei- man, Beebe, Carr, Lyons, Perry, Maloney. Third: James, Bryan, Kuhs, Iverson, Corns, Holland, Hueter, Jan- sen, Balsley, Mr. Ward Ccoachj. FRESHMAN AND SOPHOMORE Bottom Row: Pyott, Hill, Ellis, Lef- ley, Gold, Beshel, Robinson, Yao. Sec- ond: Lyons, Corns, Ciccone, Lapp, Lauck, Blackwell, Ginsburg, Scotellaro, Liston, Wand, Vice, Daley. Third: Bennet fassistant coachj, DuPont, McNeill, Reed, Nitzkin, Chal- mers, Faucett, Paley, Hodgson, Fan- dell, Moody, Terao-Witt fassistant coachj. Absent: Tuchmann fassis- tant coachl. Left: Warming up for an early season game, Sarah James dribbles down- ield. Far left: Senior Siobhan Kelly perfects the finer points of precise passing. Top left: Bonnie Perry kicks off the 1982-83 Girls' Soccer season. 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RCULTYFACULTYFACULTYFACULTY FACU LTYFACU LTY FACU LTYFACULTYFACULTYFACULTYFACULTYFACULTYFACULTYFACULTY FACULTYFACULTYFAC iii! ,ammun- wav- 1 'IOOV:Mi'lUOV:1A.L7f1OV:Mi'If1OVdAi'10OV:Mi'lV1OV3M.TOOV:Ml'lf'1OV:1A.LWI"IOVdA.L'IOOV:!Al1f'1OVdAJ.WOOV:iAl'l0OV:MlTOOV:M.l.'IOOV:IA.LT1OVdAiT 196 Dr. Roderick Bickert New Trier High School has witnessed many changes in its 81 years of existence: changes in the politics, economy, structure and attitudes of American society and, most importantly, changes in education. While, in the past decade, the school has been reshaped by a dynamic student body, parents, community, and faculty, one force has remained constant: Dr. Roderick Bick- ert. With a Erm commitment to learning and a broad base in administrative experience and know-how, Dr. Bickert has pro- vided consistently responsive leadership as New Trier's superin- tendent. Entering New Trier administration in the midst of the declining enrollment crisis, Dr. Bickert had to overcome a major financial decline caused by the drastic student enrollment drop-off in 1973 which eventually led to the merger of the two New Triers, East and West. ln order to maintain the outstanding range and quality of New Trier's curriculum, instructors, and facilities, Dr. Bickert turned to the community for support, introducing innovative budget guidelines to raise the needed funding. His successful campaign enabled students of the New Trier suburbs to continue their lofty educational pursuits, and Bickert is the first to express his satisfaction, commenting, "New Trier will remain one of the truly outstanding schools in the United States." Dr. Bickert feels that New Trier offers a "college atmosphere" to its students through extensive extracurricular programs and opportunities for the de- velopment of individual interests. While this approach to high school education could be criticized for not offering the proper environment to adolescents, Dr. Bickert endorses this freedom and variety in learning possibilities in an effort to provide students with a comprehensive and meaningful high school educational experience. Along the same lines, he also encourages the faculty members to share their knowledge and talents beyond the class- room to a receptive student body. Working out of his main office at Central, Dr. Bickert misses being in the mainstream of the New Trier population. As he enjoys even his limited interaction with students, Dr. Bickert wel- comes opportunities to meet with various student groups. Al- though many of his hours are spent working with Board and parent committees, Dr. Bickert finds time to cultivate his own interests. An active sportsman on land and sea, the superinten- dent enjoys sailing and scuba diving as well as downhill and cross-county skiing. His list of talents runs the gamut from air- plane piloting to photographer. However, perhaps it is his love of reading that brings together most effectively the diversified ele- ments of his life, his enthusiasm for learning, knowledge, and experience are central to his administrative as well as his personal philosophy. I l FACULTY 197 -s: 'Bo 4-'rr CU GJ UE 198 BOARD OF EDUCATION ali fu nj BOARD OF EDUCATION Bottom row: Mr. Rosenberg, McMullen, Mr. Colman, Dr. Bickert fSuperintendentJ, Ab Mrs. Levy CPresidentJ, Mr. Glass. Second: Mr. Wright, Mrs. sent: Mr. Crow. RODERICK BICKERT sk! its WILLIAM BOYD ROBERT CHANTRY ERNIE GIARELLI Director, New Trier Extension Director, Computer Services Director, Facility Services Superintendent J OH N PATZWALD Associate Superintendent i 1? :re oii. we i if lrr L, oo..,tt a A s-if , .Ao-t ' .-or - 1 -,gf 1:-34:-I-:Q .V sz? ...l..:, CHARLES KLINGSPORN ROBERT UKRSEN TOM TIMMIS Director, Administrative Services Business Manager Director, Personnel gg! GERALD DECICCO JACK SPATAFORA JlM WOLTER Direnor, information Services Director, Special Education Manager, Accounting Services I f ff RALPH MCGEE ERLE LAIR Principal, Winnetka Principal, Northlield 4""'D ANN ALBERT ERWIN WEINGARTNER WESLEY BALIMANN DIANE JUNEAU KENNETH WELLINGTON Director, Instructional Services Director, Student Services Director, Operating Services Dean Coordinator, Student Dean of Students Activities gi ff 'X' ., .,,,. i t if " , -N .. I'? ..3.f?f7 ,. 1,,f ' -A QX I i JON WHITE JOSEPH DONNELI.Y CAROLYN CRESS GENE HELFRICH EUZABETH JEWELL Assistant Dean of Students Faculty! Student Representative Junior Girls Freshman Boys Sophomore Girls Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman VIRGINIA JOBST JEAN KIXMILLER PAUL KNUPFER HAROLD SEVERNS WILUAM ZIBART Freshman Girls Senior Girls Sophomore Boys Senior Boys Junior Boys Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman Adviser Chairman 38 5.3 5. Hen "i DJ C-'1 ADMINISTRATION 199 student services -.0 k . . , 5 ,lg - -'J I f Even a 25-hour day would not give Alternative School co- ordinator Jack Mattox enough time to do everything he would like to do. After working a 7-hour school day, Mr. Mattox devotes his afternoons to coaching girls' and sophomore boys' soccer. Many of his evenings are also spent coaching Winnetka hockey. For 16 years, Jack Mattox has taught at New Trier, 8 of those at the Community at West and the Alternative School. The empha- sis on cooperation instead of competition and the wide selection of courses are reasons why Mr. Mattox enjoys working with stu- dents in the Alternative School. All work and no play would make Jack a dull boy. To get away from it all, Jack Mattox can be found high in the Rockies, or deep in the canyons of Utah and Arizona. His concern for the environ- ment is exemplified through his active participation in many conservation groups, such as Green Peace and the Sierra Club. Jack Mattox is politically active in the forest and the city. ln 1970, he marched along with a group bringing a collection of signatures to stop the Wetnam War to Washington, D.C. This year Mattox accompanied some Alternative School students to the nation's capital to attend the International Symposium on Drink- ing and Driving. Certainly, he is committed to many outside interests. However, in addition, Mr. Mattox not only finds time to spend with his wife and four children, but also to listen to any student's concerns. Even with his wide scope of interests, Jack Mattox does not sacrifice quality for quantity. I 200 STUDENT SERVICES JACK GEROL College Counseling SHIRLEY GOLDSMITH Speech Correctionist MARY IMMENHALISEN Health Services ELIZABETH INGERSOLL College Counseling LEOLA KENNICKE Assistant Athletic Director RODNEY LEVERENTZ College Counseling JANE MCNAMARA Assistant Adwletic Director ROBERT NAUGHTON Athletic Director NORMAN REIDEL College Counseling Chairma IKE SCHILLEREFF DVTE and Special Projects ELIZABETH THIELEMANN Career Counseling WILLIAM WOLFF Aquatics Director 'E- , . 4 1 Ci WILLIAM GREGORY M-1 VERNOY JOHNSON JACK MATTOX Co-Chairman ARLINE PAUL Co-Chairman DAVID CLIRRIE LYNN DLIENOW Acting Chairman ROBET ENKEY WILLIAM FELT ROGER GARHEID ROBERT KUENNEN IRENE NIEBALIER RUTH PALILSEN PATRICIA TAYLOR ROBERTA TROCKY ll? .IS HQLI SA E IU 2 DJ business educ i CS l SS cla U 202 BUSINESS EDUCATION lll fl I' A Q F 4 at " as K I YN gg ta. g sk X x Q I' 7 - tt.-sts 0 Q.- Q 1.5, I. I K : j 1' -, " . Y is-JT? r TX x JE f A ,ix .SU T . , .4- ,.,, , HENRY CHARLES PATRICK FIAHERW BETTY KEOUGHAN JOHN R. THOMSON Chairman MICHAEL BAKER LINDA BYDALEK DAVID DUTCH IARRY FUNK TERENCE KANE Jaw-Etinc R wus 'if is RUTH scorsis -.. A 4. X 2 SHARON SLEZAK BEY TERRY Chairman BRENDA WAYNE I LOUISE WEISS 5 CUBA WOMACK Hidden behind her gentle features lies a dynamic Betty Brockel- man. Known for her vibrant style, Mrs. Brockelman uses expres- sive and dramatic antics to communicate with students and cap- ture their attention. She maintains a high level of energy and a fast pace of learning in her classes. Growing up on a farm in her native Mequon, Wisconsin, Mrs. Brockelman was inspired to teach by the example of her worldly and cultured senior English teacher. After working at seven other schools, she came to New Trier, where she has been for the past six years. She teaches sophomore and junior English, as well as American Studies, an English-history interdisciplinary program for juniors. She likes her work at New Trier very much, for, in many ways, it is a teacher's dream. Interested students with minimal behavior problems provide a nearly ideal atmosphere. But she does say the high expectations at New Trier can be a drawback. It is easy to make teaching at this school not only a job, but a life, she prefers a balance. She loves American literature and extends this enthusiasm to her American Studies class. An ardent supporter of interdisciplin- ary learning, Mrs. Brockelman believes schools in general are too departmentalized. She feels that all learning is connected, and does not consist merely of specialized skills and isolated logical thinking. In her free time, Mrs. Brockelman enjoys reading as well as camping with her husband and four children. The 22 and 21- year-old sons are Canadian Cree Indians, adopted by the Brock- elmans. She also has a 15-year-old daughter, a freshman at Luther North in Chicago, and a 12-year-old son. Mrs. Brockelman utilizes her own brand of teaching. She finds her job demanding, even grueling at times. But she continues putting energy into her work and sees it as an enjoyable way to earn a living. She states her attitude toward teaching best: "The day I don't love to teach, l'm going to walk out." I ff , LINDA AMBROZIK NANCI BABIGIAN BEVERLY BAKER PHYLUS BLODGETI' DEANNE BOWMAN ROBERT BOYLE JUDY BRINTON BETTY ANN BROCKELMAN CARLTON BLIERGER JOHN CADWELL RICHARD CAMPBELL SHIRLEY CARLSON CHRISTINE COWAN ANN CRADOCK JAMES FARRELL WILLIAM FLY JOHN GALBRAITH JAMES KRUEMPELSTAEDTER RAY LARSEN ROBERT MAUNSKY Chairman JOHN SCHNEIFER LARRY STRIMAS W yu. wff: . vwfw S .L 1- zff,.S:--, ,nf - my . .Q,xQ.,,- W W - Q -1 . Sp I ,f L I g fix a X : Eg EL A wwf W V I if I I -ff! ITT' I f 35? ce l'l' nzn no I3 99 it D' ENGLISH 203 204 ENGLISH AP' Q- Y? avi w . f..'.f. f ,M 121,195 ':??f'I5 A I GY N. I hir X xi wr we f1....A A ,I f . ' - I. ' ,. A-if . , v In .. M R I Af ,ff ff' . .K.. N'--'P .- . I in If X by ,. .QL , 1. 5 ' f X A ,I xx 'S' Q I H 2 P Q 'u .- DARIA FORSZT NORMAN FREY Chairman NAOMI GORSHOW JOYCE GRANT Coordinator STEPHEN HAM GEORGE HERMAN CHARLOTTE HLIGGINS SALLY JACKSON BERNARD JOSEFSBERG JEANNE KELLY RAISSA LANDOR BARBARA LEECH SLISANNE LEGGETI' PAUL LONDRIGAN ELIZABETH LOVELL MARY MCCALLUM JOSEPH MCCLOSKEY SHERRY MEDWIN EMRLE METZGER STEVEN MEYER JOHN MONAGHAN ROSE MOREAU JANE MLIELLER CATHERINE NARO MARILYN OLANDER ARTHUR OMOHUNDRO JANE PART RIDGE WILUAM SANDERS JANE SCHWALBACH CINDEE SCOTI' RICK SUSSEN 5 Y , 4Jl,,w x PATRICIA BOUGHNER CAROL GOURLEY ALICE HAI.I. PAUIA POYSER BETTY SCHILLEREFF Chairman PATRICIA STANLEY ALICE BASOMS THOMAS BROWN Chairman RUTH BULLOCK LUCIA DUNN LOIS FISHER GRACE KARL JANET MCLAUGHLIN 43? Sw W C 1 ., X A I A . I f' I aaa Q' Q " - 'Q 1 L .. X CDD' OO HI 54 LIBRARY 205 Richard Rhoad's appearance is laid-back and his smile is accented by laughing eyes. These assets, his sense of humor, and his enthusiasm for math have delighted students for 17 years. His eccentric side is revealed in the classroom when he uses unique audio-visual aids to learning. Jingles such as "look for the common factor . . . " sung to the union label commercial help students to memorize rules and theorems. But the singing does not stop there. A loyal fan of Ohio State, Mr. Rhoad teaches his class the "Battle Cry" before the Ohio State-Michigan football game while wearing his red and grey college sweater and scarf. As a Halloween tradition, Mr. Rhoad is famed for parading through school wearing a wizard's costume. Along with all this entertainment comes hard work for the students. Rhoad likes to challenge his advanced classes by giving them the hardest problems he can find. "True learning only comes after repetition," he said. However, he does not mean a rote repetition of facts. "Only when the basics are learned and then repeated in many different settings is the student truly able to learn the concept behind the facts." Mr. Rhoad became the coach of the math team in 1971 hoping to improve the school's National Math Exam scores. Since then, he has helped the team achieve six first places in the state competition and two second place positions. Besides being a coach and a teacher, Mr. Rhoad is also a writer. He has co-authored a geometry book with Dr. Robert Whipple and a fomier New Trier teacher, Mr. George Milauskas. Because of his leadership qualities and desire to add humor to his class, Mr. Rhoad is highly respected by teachers and students alike. O .2 t G 3 ' "' .1 my is -, .L ww, GJ .. .. I 4.1 ,-f- . - - -- ' ' 'fc f . . 4 r ig- 'f.- r N it Q E533 iffiffiilir ' .g.. , ... ...,, ,SV ND, Kg B .4 F ' as xt- . ii- fsfjjl r K ..., mx Q., - Q W 1- K I "" .ff -. ...., Q M ,Q .. A . -... 2 - Q gil. K i wiki 1. T H-:' , M is A 5, . . tt o Qi if r A 206 MATHEMATICS J. GARY ANDERSON MORRIS BAREFIELD TERENCE BARTON BRUCE BEIERSDORF JOHN BENSON JACK BIRD LORRAINE CARPENTER GERALDINE COLEMAN WALTER DODGE EVELYN DONNELL MARY ANN GRIFFIN DORIS HARMS VIRGINIA HEIDRICH ILLANA HERZIG CARL HIRSCH LAWRENCE HOWELL CIAIRE HLIGHSON BRUCE JAMES Chairman ELAINE KEHM ROBERT LEAHY AUSTIN LINDLEY iv- x km' JOANNE MILLS ROGER MILLS CHARLES MTTCHELL RICHARD MURPHY DOROTHY PALILICK JOHN RAY RICHARD RHOAD JOAN SEXTRO . . 'l f Q fs! if ...N ROBERT SWAN Coordinator PATRICIA WADECKI 4,05 NX ROBERT WARD ROBERT WHIPPLE SANDRA WHIPPLE HERBERT WOLF BRUCE WOODBURY Although Bruce Woodbury appears to be one of the youngest members of New Trier's faculty, he has worked at the Northfield campus since its origin in 1965. Reflecting on his own high school days at New Trier, Mr. Woodbury recalls that his experience on the Guard Organization, teaching children to swim, was a decid- ing factor in his choice to become a teacher. After graduating from the University of Wisconsin at Madison, he returned to the North Shore to complete his Master's Degree at Northwestern University. Mr. Woodbury's reaction to the changes in the Northheld Cam- pus is positive. After watching the Class of '86 graduate at the freshman school, he said, "It was great to see so much activity and enthusiasm in these kids. I saw a lot of growth and maturing happen." He now continues, "You always think that after a class graduates, the next one will never be the same. But, sure enough, the next group of students turns out to be just as great as the last one. He has tremendous admiration for New Trier's faculty. "What's unique about the school is that every teacher is involved with some other aspect of the school . . . Chess Club or whatever" Mr. Woodbury's "whatever" is his position as head girls' and fresh- man boys' swimming coach. This year he led the girls to their second State championship. "It was as exciting for me as it was for the girls." He also was named Girls' Coach of the Year by the Illinois Swim Association. When he is not at school or on the pool deck, Mr. Woodbury can be found at home in Northfield with his wife, Cindy, and their daughter, Courtney. As a family, they enjoy campingg Courtney got her first taste of the great outdoors at eighteen months. Whether it be teaching math or coaching swimming, Mr. Wood- bury contributes enthusiasm and a long tradition of New Trier spirit. O ' f 53 - in Tffi I si tlm ann.. MATHEMATICS 207 CD E in I at CU CD . . i O I5 . t . E C ,, 2 ie .e.. is . 'NK Silvia Calesini shakes her head at twenty-seven dazed students as she affectionately scolds, 'iOh, you miserable lumps!" When she kids her students about their lack of enthusiasm, she says it as a former "naughty girl" who spent her school days Hbedeviling nuns." She was raised in the strict Catholic home of second- generation Italian parents. Since her birth in Chicago, she has lived in Iowa, France, and Italy, and has traveled extensively throughout Europe. Graduating from college with a biology ma- jor, she decided that she "didn't like cutting things up." Her choice to teach languages was a natural one, as she is fluent in Italian, French, and Spanish. While at New Trier, Mrs. Calesini has taught A.P. Spanish and is presently leading an A.P. French class. Her love of travel has taken her to England as an AIFS leader for the past two summers. As she encourages high school students to go abroad and experience different cultures, she herself finds these tours exciting and revitalizing. Sharing her knowledge with students, Mrs. Calesini feels that each trip adds a new dimension to her understanding of international life. ln the classroom, Mrs. Calesini enjoys teaching grammar but feels that the study of literature really puts the language in per- spective. During her eighteen years at New Trier, she has observed that the community's support of the school system and the administrations trust in the faculty are what make New Trier unique. She appreciates her autonomy in the classroom which enables her to present the curriculum with her own energetic flair, thus making both the language and the students come alive.O 208 MODERN LANGUAGES BENJAMIN AUVIAGLIER MARJORIE BOHRER SILVIA CALESINI ROSEMOND CIAPP KATHLEEN DEMPSEY LORRAINE DULIN SIMON FINKELSTEIN HELENE FRIEDMAN JOHN GAHALA ALICE GUTNAYER GORDON JENSEN Chairman JEAN JOHNSON KLEMM MARIA RICHARD KOERNER MARY LAUERMAN RAYMOND LEDINSKY DANIEL MACKINNEY JOHN MARTINEZ ILKA MOSKOS WAHNETA MULLEN DONNA PETERSON PATRICIA TURNER ZOILA VALDNIESO EF RAIN VELEZ MARILYN WHITE DAVID BACHMANN BRUCE FOWLER TED KLINKA Chairman PHILUP SMITH ROBERT STEVENS JOEL STREIGHTIIT JOHN A THOMSON JAMES WARRICK 1 AwA A M' 2-5 35'g3jQ'E.2'2' 212-9529557 3'g+g.gg35'.g2 giwggvigsi-ftGfs'.333Eg':U,9,fSE5':2f1QfD:f2gQ2, 'IC I-'T CDD fb' fD .Q""5"'fDmCQQ.... -Ur-f Q-n 5.1 ro- .4,'3"m 4 D-3,0010 3- 3 -1 ,.,.,.,, m 3 2 m3.'J'0- -gy 'r1f'D.-v-CD 'Cin-,""' N0'U3'5-"" fp JH, ..-. 3 ,I .., m....,-, CD Gu, CD-1 :r ro 4 O .. - fb 2'-hofwas-'iffemgsava-EQSPEQ MEMS:-5 fn O :nl ....-. nm- fp' 2 wc 40095- wwig'-IOQ-nwg42O 2:3"n8Qng-,QE'-1 mf'-'Hogg'-R42 .- ', -- H- ffif-w2g.H+s 4:9-3P,ff.25Q5HE,-J 3252255- 'f'5'4'Q5g5255'-'U55'E2m595am25 f25'2'f95Zm "1 fb 3H"'5'ffr:""':1'-'3""'3'f1,'o'I'53?'J""QS'f'a' 2U59'+w1"2E? 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K4 O3'x4tIJ.-,O go EQq::o03Q ,-mg'm55 4gmO51E9 O.:r .n.mG'G'S!',3.:r ro9iEm.9'fmtQm 'Pf7,'2:1r1TE.LZ I1 IS D MUSIC 209 'mic 712.2-9 cnwifi 6 lc 'ASQ o-Eu., .Gym 'Cu Q-'U GJ :T I S 9--U cu I M 'N I 5 M 210 PHYSICAL EDUCATION .3 fu, as X. 5381 1 1 az 5 a v Q if 1 'M ' f-SIT T15 4' I QM' if 'P' II I 1 ,6 F' 3 I , in Q 'H RICHARD BALDRINI FRED BARNEY RICHARD BECKER PETER BURNSIDE EUGENE CICHOWSKI GARY CLARK GERALD DENK WALTER GART Chairman RONALD KLEIN JAMES MCFADZEAN JOHN PADJEN EARL SCHABEL TONY SCHINTO BONNIE BEACH ARNOLD CAJET FRANCES CAMP Chairman MARTHA DRAKE CHRISTINE FASSNACHT VIVIAN FRAZIER JEANNIE GANS MARY GYNN EVE HENZUK MARY JO HERZOG FLORENCE MALIZOLA JANE MCNAMARA CAREY MESTJIAN SLIIANNE WENTE 332 . 5 "1 Q, FD 3 . ,Q . 4 ' ' 5 . 3 Alan Brix has been enhancing New Trier's science de- partment with his vivacity since 1972. Born in Decatur, illinois, receiving a B.S. from Northwestern, and teaching in Africa, he is now finishing night school at Northeastern. By August he will have earned his Masters Degree in physics. This extra effort keeps him informed on scientific advancements and also gives him ideas for improving the courses he teaches. He made his decision to become a teacher after spending one year working in the labs at engineering school where he recognized his need for interaction with people. To Mr. Brix "teaching is a skill in communicating an idea," no matter what the subject. His students have acquired the highest average on any Advanced Placement Exam. His achievements can be attributed to his love for teaching which shines through in all his classes. He especially values the response of his students. Their positive attitudes show that they are learning and that he is making progress. Mr. Brix's first teaching job was with the Peace Corps in Ghana, Africa, where he taught chemistry and physics. After working at New Trier for five years, he and his wife, also a science teacher at New Trier, went back to Africa for another year. This experience gave him "a better picture of what New Trier is" as it made him realize the "high caliber of its students and teachers." Mr. Brix says that his peers give him the incen- tive to work hard because he sees them putting so much effort into their jobs. He regards his former high school chemistry teacher as a most influential example. This teacher impressed him because he was demanding yet concerned, "he wanted you to learn and made you work." When he is not in the classroom, Alan Brix is always engaged in some project. He "cannot be passive." Active in amateur radio, he has his own station at home. He likes photography, gardening, and wood-working because they allow him to be creative and in control of his surroundings. This relates to his love of science, since understanding nature gives an under- standing of the world around us. The combination of enthusiasm and compassion which Mr. Brix possesses creates an ideal atmosphere for learning. O CIAIRE AG G ER ROBERT APPLEBAUM ROBERT BELL AIAN BRIX O'-RYL BRIX HOWARD CLARK IAURA DANIELS MEL EVERLY Coordinator EDWlN HEIKKINEN JAMES HUTTEN cn .2 -r-I CD .IE U cn 212 SCIENCE f l2 . I -..uf R 1 QQ , I . Q4 . XX Y - ' ' C 'U Q54 ,5.IWI,m,1.1 .S.sE:4v K, 1... IX, r nv if X we Q N X if I N W C E H H If 53' I 1? rw QQQKLW Q ROBERT KOONZ SCOTT LATSHAW ZACHARY LAZAR ERIC MATZ PHILIP MCCREA MARTIN MILLER JAMES MLISICH Chairman MICHAEL O'HARE JAMES PROVOST TOM SWARSEN GILLIAN THOMSEN GEORGE WAGNER JAMES WAGNER RORY WAGNER JUDFTH ALGER JEANNE ARNOFF JANICE BERMAN DOUGLAS CHASE NONA COX DAVID DICKMAN EDWARD ELLIOTT DARLENE FISHER LARRY GROTE DEAN HALL STEVEN HILSABECK JARED INCIERSOLL DEBORAH JOHNSON WENDY KLEIN BLOSSOM MARMEL Coordinator JAMES MARRAN Chairman FRANK MATTLICCI HELEN MORROW WILLIAM NEWEY CHARLES PROVOW F. :jp O Jov Reis , KATHLEEN RINEHART e DONALD ROGAN x ,, MEL SHEETS x at we fr 1021 3 4' -'I-I. 1 -. L V '14 , '11 x K, -ff ' ,X DOLORES SKOBEI.. ART WILLIAM STEW CAROLYN SWEERS ROSDIIARY TABAK FRANK BRULL RICHARD HANGREN GENE KROSCHEL JUDFTH MILLENSON Chairman ELEANOR OWEN JUNE PENNER BENJAMIN WHEATLEY JAMES WOLF Although David Dickman sits with reserve during an inter- view, he wears a different facade in the history classroom. His actions vary from day to day and from topic to topic. While making a point during a lecture, he expresses great enthusiasm, his eyes light up, his hand gestures splice the air, and he begins to shift positions in his seat. His concluding statements, often intro- duced with the phrase, "in short . . can become very, very long. History is not only a profession, but also a part of his everyday life. A daily reader of the obituaries, Mr. Dickman believes there is a bit of history to be found in each one. He racks his brains to identify the exact date of a personal or historical event, dates assume particular importance to him. Mr. Dickman, a junior advisor and former chairman of the Social Studies department, has been a teacher at New Trier for 24 years. After graduating from the University of Chicago andjoining the Army during the Korean War, Mr. Dickman decided to teach history, his best subject in school. First a teacher at Riverside- Brookfield High School, Dickman came to New Trier in 1959. When asked about his most memorable experiences at New Trier, he said three events stood out in his mind. He remembered being in school when John F. Kennedy was assassinated. Dick- man, greatly moved by this tragic event, said, "l'm sad when any president dies, but especially Kennedy." Dickman had previously worked on the president's campaign. Secondly, he recalled the story of a former advisee who had ditched three weeks of school to go to Florida during the winter of 1964. Mr. Dickman revealed - 4 A I as A ..c:1t1EXx:a ADAMS QIDOS I 2 O '-1 7' that, upon the boy's return to advisory, he had led the applause. He was reluctant to relate his third experience, but with a smile on his face, he said that it was being named the Department Chair- man in 1970. With characteristic modesty, Mr. Dickman is more excited discussing the lives of historical Hgures than his own.l I sat in room 248, the kitchen in which the Special Education Department develops the living skills of its educable mentally handicapped CEMHJ students. Across the table from me sat Lewis Goldstein, a quiet, reserved, modest f"Don't write about me, write about the program"J man - yet an energetic force behind the growth of New Trier's successful EMH program. During our interview, Mr. Flaherty came in with a thick stack of Word Power papers, followed closely by Mr. Dodge with another 875 sheets. Curious about these papers, I was informed by Mr. Goldstein that EMH students stapled and packaged tests for teachers as part of the program's vocational training procedure. While allowing the students to be responsible for completing an important task, the teachers also benefit: the EMH students finish the papers in one or two days, while it takes the office a week. The present and future include great plans for these students. At present, the Special Olympics program, run by Mr. Goldstein with essential assistance from student helpers, each year qualifies many Olympians for local and state competitions. This is also the second year of a summer session in which Mr. Goldstein is involved, again assisted by student helpers. This program stresses exercise, shopping and cooking skills, academics, and drama. For the drama section of the course, the students present a play at the end of the summer. Looking to the future, Mr. Goldstein hopes that one day he will be able to instigate a needed life-time support program for the students. With ex-student helpers operating it on a professional 5 .Q ,. .. Q- U i . ii 'sl ff' :I .. ,gr -5 I . i ni' gl. . . basis, the program would help the EMH adults with their jobs, apartments, shopping and social skills as well as coaching them as adults for the Special Olympics. Through this program, Mr. Goldstein would continue the adults' academic development over an extended period of instruction - a process which is seldom done. Lew Goldstein has done a great deal of innovative, practical, and energetic work Hopefully, with the support of the community, he and his colleagues will be able to bring the EMH students closer and closer to the realization of their abilities. O LAURIE ASHNER EDITH BALLIN Coordinator CHIP CARPENTER BONITA COHEN SUSAN COHEN LLIDMILLA COVEN PEGGY CRLIMP MARY DEIGNAN LEWIS GOLDSTEIN DENNIS HALL fti A 'Q' L , I. I X LYNN HILLER NANCY HOLLINS ROBERT KLOCKER TERRY LEVY Chairman xt MARTHA JO MATHEWS LOUISE MORE GREGORY MORRISON FELICIA NADBORNE 1 Pi E is W ak fi f if I f I ' . I MINDY Nusmow ' Jmice RoDGERsoN MERLE sPiEuviAN . vick1sTE1N 214 SPECIAL EDUCATION SLIZANNE ADAMS JOHN BALIMHARDT Acting Chairman CAROL GILL THOMAS MCCLAIN EDWARD NICHOLSON l.INDA ODDO MICHAEL ROUTENBERG THOMAS GARDEN Chairman JUDY KNOX MATT OTTAVIANO CHRIS PASCARELLA ELLEN SEGAL xg, '-0 gm '-1:5 E!.':1' :B C263 Q3 FDI-'U -15, mm RE CD gin ms' an SPEECH 5 DRAMA 215 -'cn 81: ...gg C. -C U CU -4-I FACULTY COUNCIL Bottom row: Mr. Currie, Ms. Dunn, Ms. Skobel fPresidentJ, Ms. Rinehart, Ms. Levy, Ms. Griffin. Second: Mr. Swan, Ms. Sextro, Ms. Jobst, Ms. Donnell, Ms. Coven, Mr. Dodge, Mr. Burnside. Ab- sent: Ms. Ambrozik, Ms. Brinton, Mr. Barefield, Ms. Brockelman, Mr. Car- penter, Mr. Chase, Mr. Jensen, Mr. Klocker, Ms. Johnson, Ms. Lovell, Ms. Karl, Mr. Rhoad, Ms. Thielemann, Ms. Wadecki, Ms. Waldschmidt, Mr. Wolf. 216 TECHNICAL ARTS WILLIAM BUSHNELL CLINTON CARLSTROM Chairman RICHARD COXON GARY GROH JOHN JACOBSON LYNN OSBORN KENNETH PERREAULT xik R .1 f,,f 4 -Q6 FRANCES ANDERSON Special Education OKROL ANDREWS Testing Center SYLVESTER BERGAU Boy's Physical Education LOIS BIEGEL School Secretary ULLIAN BOGSTRAND Para-Professional JOANN BOWERS Business Education LORETTA CADDEN Personnel Office BEVERLY CARLSTROM Boys' Adviser Chairman CAROL CHAPMAN Directors' Secretary ELIZABETH CHRISTOPH ITV DOROTHY CIARK Music BOBBIE CLEGG Girls' Physical Education MARILYN DICKINSON Music MARY LOU DICLEMENTI Duplicatin Center MICKEY ESAREY Administrative Services CRAIG FAIRBAIRN Para-Professional JEANNE FERGUSON Dean's Office PAUIA FISHER College Counseling HEDY FRANZ Cafeteria Manager PAM FRYE Data Processing Assistant FRANKUN GILL Technical Production MARIE GORDON ITV SHARON GOURLEY Office Supervisor JAMES HALISFELD FW DEBBIE HENSLEE Reading Center BETSY HFIT Girls' Adviser Chairman DORIS HOSKINS Nurse's Office JOSEPH HUERTER Boys' Physical Education GEORGIA HURLEY Para-Professional JOAN ISMOND English DAVID JACKSON Para-Professional LILLY JACOBSON Registrar MARIAN KLLIDY Switchboard MARY KRANTZ Superintendents Office JAN LACHNER Nurse's Office KIP LEONARD Para-Professional SUE LESLIE Athletic Director PAUL LESZKIEWICZ Para-Professional MARY MCFADZEAN Library ELAINE MELTZER Attendance Office t.g-:- ,, . . - II D 'fr- 'x Q I as aArJ,eJ1sr sang 'U P FD 'fr E 'fl N Zi WINNETKA MAINTENANCE CREW fday shiftj Bottom row: Franchi, W. Laude, B. Hoss, Gambino, Perkey, Acello, Carr. Second: Miller, Cole, Smith, Steffens, Ackerman, M. Hoss, Holloway. Absent: Baker, Black, Bor- den, Feldbusch, Helf, Hoffman, E. Laude, Lipscomb, Loyal, Mclntosh, Merucci, Sansone. 218 P.A.S. STAFF CI O E u 'rr cu .Q .Q CU CD INQ 'Sk WALTER CHRUSCINSKI An AIJCE GUTNAYER Modem Language TOM MCCUXIN Speech and Drama ROSE MOREAU English CHARILS SCHLILZ Math .wil CYNTHIA MILLER Special Education SALLY NEKRY Directors' Secretary SUE PERLMAN Library CAROL RANDELL Math I Science BERNICE RLIGEN Bookstore JOANNE SHEPARD Para-Professional HARRIET STEWART Math I Science VIVIAN TLIRCOT Special Education DOROTHY VOLL Bookstore LU WARD Ogerating Services L IS WYCOFF Duplicating Center Si S tue. WINNETKA MAINTENANCE CREW fnight shlftj Bottom row: Llpgard, Ori, Ogostcelli, DiPietro. Second: Askin, Thalman, Logli, Gelix, Lee. Third: Kraatz, Borden, Laude, Nardo- marino, Moore. Absent: Ambrogi, Cavallari, Kraatz, Richard. NORTHFIELD MAINTENANCE CREW 1Afternoon shiltl Bottom row: Mueller, R. Martinez, D. Martinez, Ack- erman. Second: Jasso, Turchi, Koenig, Schmidt, Bernadel. NORTHFIELD MAINTENANCE CREW fNight shlftj Bottom row: Bacckus, Phelps, Roberts. Second: Owens, Kostelnick. MAINTENANCE 219 NTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSTQO DE NTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTU DE 45 Q QNTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUI ,M . i w ,,,, MMT 5 Hi SlN3G0lSSlN3GUlSSlN3GOLSSLN30HLSSLNBGDLSSLNBGOLSSLNBG0lSSlN3G0lSSiN3GDlSSlNHGHlSSlN3GDLSSLNHGHLSSLNBGOLSSLNBGOLSSLNHGHLSSLNEGDLSSLNHGDLSSLNEG 'SSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTUDENTSSTU ya WFDNWH Yhf ismmmm wus-Q "f' Q .,q ll If 5'- - illinjf' 1111132 N, flllsii ?..'li HQ f illtil Q uaa'iX,iw Q., zw,g.3 0941-Q, Q ,V NEGOLSSLNBGOLSSlN300iSSiN3GUlSSlN3GDlSS1N3001SSlN300lSSlN3GUlSSlN3G0iSSlN300lSSiN30OLSSLNSOOLSSLNBOULSSLNBG Freshmen 4 DEAN- KIM TODD EMANLIEL President Vice-President f a. 'L v' DAVID WEINBERG WHITNEY ROLISON Treasurer Secretary GENE HELFRICH VIRGINIA JOBST Advisor Chairman Advisor Chairman 222 FRESHMEN WANTED NAME: I.D.aif: WANTED FOR: DESCRIPTION: LAST SEEN: WARNINGIII: j X mlb A ,: I ,.,. ,. ,, I I Freddy "Follow-the-Crowd" Freshman 240199 Riding non-motorized vehicle after dark, chewing tobacco, chewing gum Wide-eyed, powder-jacket, pin striped oxford, The Odyssey in back pocket At Tilt He cannot be restrained with red tape. Approach with caution! 5 1539, iii if Class of 86 gets a taste of New Trier "l didn't know what to expect at the freshman school - l can't speak highly enough of this school," praised Freshman Boys' Advisor Chairman, Mr. Gene Helfrich. Because he worked at the Winnetka Campus up until the 1982-83 school year, Mr. Helfrich was in the same position as the 980 freshmen. Despite the anxiety and excitement that they felt during the first days of school, the new 9th graders quickly adjusted to high school life. The Class of '86 overcame hardships encountered by last year's freshman and gained the respect of the faculty. "Things are quieter this year," said Principal Erle Lair, "There is less noise, and a far better environment for education." The improved learning conditions were attributed to better student and teacher attitudes in addition to assigned study halls. Because of the problem with unassigned time last year, all stu- dents had "study" when they did not have a class. lf the freshmen were well-behaved and maintained a "B" average or better, they were excused from one study hall second semester. This new rule was strictly enforced but readily accepted by the freshmen. An increased amount of freshman spirit was another change that contributed to a more pleasant atmosphere at the Northfield Campus. The 9th graders first exhibited their enthusiasm when almost the entire student body showed up for the first freshman party in September. Trevian spirit was further displayed in Octo- ber when huge crowds of freshmen attended Soccer Night, Go-To-School-Night, and the Second Annual Thank You Parents Night. Togas and laurel wreathes were donned by the young Trevians in November at the freshman mixer organized by senior helpers. To start 1983 with a bang, the Class of '86 got together for the Gym Jam in January. Cn Mardi Gras day in February, freshmen enjoyed continental atmosphere and cuisine. Ending FRESHMEN 223 the year on a spirited note, the 9th graders traveled to nearby Gurnee for the traditional Great America outing. ln addition to these social gatherings, it was estimated that almost half the freshman class took advantage of afterschool sports and activities. Students had the opportunity to join Tri- Ship, Girls' Club, Pep Club, The Trevian, and TREVIA. Many of these organizations offered excellent leadership opportunities for the first-year students, and strengthened the bond between the Winnetka and Northfield Campuses. Smaller, specialized clubs such as Computer Club, Dr. Who Club, Dance Club, Aescula- pians, and Math Club were geared toward individual hobbies and interests. The key to success for the Class of '86 was unity. Although some students felt isolated at the Northfield Campus, the majority of the freshman class enjoyed its autonomy. Their closeness was not only felt in the support of freshman sports teams, but was also apparent in each hallway of the school, each day of the year. After a year of excitement and learning, the Class of '86 left its North- field home prepared to face future upperclassman challenges at the Winnetka Campus. I 224 FRESHMEN Q R B2 mm,, F 'fab 9549: 3 1. ' i 44. Q zz ,gi 226 FRESHMEN ,,-- ,,f-""', Y 'x Sk Steering Committee directs class to success Directions for the perfect steering committee: ln September elect a well-qualified representative and alter- nate in each advisory. Make sure the elected representatives attend meetings every Thursday morning. Gather 20 outstanding freshman students to run for office in November elections. fTwenty isjust a suggested figure, actual number of candidates may vary from year to year.J Make sure the results of step three include a president, vice- president, secretary, and treasurer. Example: President - Todd Emanuel Vice-President - Dean Kim VT If ' Secretary - Whitney Rollison Treasurer -- David Weinberg 5. Have Freshman Advisor Chairmen, Mrs. Virginia Jobst and Mr. Gene Helfrich, preside over the legislators. 6. Meet with upperclassmen to discuss problems between cam- puses and plan activities to unite freshmen with the rest of the school. 7. Plan social activities to provide diversion from routine aca- demic activity. Examples: Wintermania, Great America Trip These directions, closely followed, resulted in an organized group of student leaders who helped make freshman year memorable and enjoyable for the Class of '86. O Left: Advisory representative Andy Smith gives Freshman Boys' Advisor Chairman Mr. Helfrich an update on Wintermania plans. Above: Members of the executive cabinet, David Wein- berg, Whitney Rolison, Todd Ema- nuel, and Dean Kim preside over the freshman legislators during a Thurs- day morning session. tVogal, Drowerl MEMBERS Bottom row: Bueshel, Dor- dek, Goodman, Rabinowitz, Traub. Sec- ond: Koh, Sakaie, Bisgeien, Lauck, Hirsch, Shkoler, Beaubaire, Engler. Third: Handlesman, Blum, Brunn, DiCa- nio, LeJeune, Levin, Read, Hackett, Kar- ger, Naphin. Fourth: Smith, McGrew, Suth, Levin, Diedrichsen, Aschauer, Gol- lob, Dvorak, Schreiber, Strain, Taylor, Missner. FRESHMEN 227 Trevia staff produces the annual review TREVlA: THE FRESHMAN SECTION Ikikvkrk Mini-review: A small miracle. Produced and directed by Beth Applebaum, Sponsored by Miss Roberta Trocky and Mr. David Currie, Page design by Kirsten Stadheim, Sheila Clary, and the Freshman Lay- out Staffg Photography by Freshman Photographers with help from lra Grossman, Copy by Freshman Writers, Edited by Patty Stern and Mrs. Charlotte Hugginsg a Hunter Publishing Company produc- tion released exclusively at New Trier High School. Rated: G The production of the freshman section began in September, with a mass-meeting for all interested students. From a group of approximately forty-five perspectives who attended this gather- ing, the 1983 freshman Trevia staff evolved. Once the entire crew was organized into separate departments, each section learned the techniques that were necessary to produce its part of the yearbook. When these skills were mastered, the cameras began to click and the ink started to flow. The staff met once or twice a week to create all the copy and photographs in the 1983 fresh- man section. With the dedication and patience of its freshman Trevia staff, the spirit of the Northfield Campus has been success- fully captured in twelve pages. Q 228 FRESHMEN STAFF Bottom row: Koh, Ruskin, Lauck, Sherman, Vogel, Brandeis. Sec- ond: Chick, Kim, Hung, Epstein, Pick, Drower, Weinstein. Third: Aland, Sayer, C. Krajewski, Mullin, Banas, Taich. Ab- sent: Pigott. Above: Pooling their creative energy, Freshmen editor Beth Applebaum and freshman writer Gayle Brandeis brainstorm ideas for the Pep Club story. iPhoto by Hungj l Mr. Sussen and the staff of the Trevian, the freshman newspaper, took the North- field Campus by storm. With financial aid from the adminis- tration this year, the freshman paper accomplished its goal: to successfully report the news of the Northfield Cam- pus to its constituency. Under the direction of Editor John Breman, General News Man- ager Joanne Hovis, and Pho- tography Editor Susan Cash, the staff met every Wednesday to organize and coordinate the paper. ln addition to this Trevian triumphs in second year monthly publication, a supple- mentary called the "Lil' Trev" was distributed every F nday. Al- though most of their efforts went toward the content of the paper, the staff also organized a toy drive during the holiday season. The Trevian con- tinued its policy of permitting any student to be a reporter. The enthusiasm and dedica- tion exhibited by this year's staff were the winning com- bination that made the Tre- vian successful and well- received by its readers. U kill has STAFF Bottom row: Kim, Swerd- lowe, Bremen, Barriger, Lindich, Karaganis. Absent: Eder, Glicksberg, Hovis, Newman. Left: Dedicated journalists Laura Cy- bil and Tracy Gerber get the scoop on Northfield news for the weekly "Lil Trev." Above: John Bremen, Joe Karaganis and Dean Kim arrange the layout for an upcoming issue of the Trevian. fPhotos by Pickl FRESHMEN 229 Girls' Club writes up a successful season Top: Girls' Club members review the agenda of upcoming activities at their weekly meeting. Above: Sponsor Mrs. Gourley presents minutes from the last week's meeting to an attentive Girls' Club audience. Wogel, Drowerj MEMBERS Bottom row: Spears, Freydl, Cash, Dreider, Golden, Hage- nah. Second: Crow, Balsbaugh, Kim- mel, Beshel, Zaban, Bechtold, Fagan. Third: Barriger, Good, Kahn, Burke, Wilson, Downey, Carlson, Miyazaki, Knox, Shepard. Absent: Brown, Gil- lam, Goldsmith, May. 230 FRESHMEN New Trier - Northfield 7 Happ Road Northfield, IL. 60093 Dear Freshman girls of the Class of '87: You are about to embark on some of your most exciting years as a student. At New Trier, you will have the opportunity to become involved in many different clubs. Girls' Club, one such organization, is dedicated to helping others. The money that this group raises through projects during the year provides senior girls with scholarships. ln addition, Girls' Club sponsors activities that benefit the students as well as the community. This year proved to be an extremely productive one for Girls' Club. ln the fall, we stood outside grocery stores and went door to door to collect cans for the Fall Food Drive. Llnder the guidance of Sponsor Mrs. Gourley, we also provided additional support to the Winnetka branch in the cookie, candy, and magazine sales. ln addition, we helped strengthen the bond between parents and their daughters through the annual Daddy-Daughter-Dinner- Dance and the Mother-Daughter Fashion Show. Furthermore, we sparked interest around school for Girls' Club activities by making posters that publicized its events. We hope that you will follow in our footsteps by participating in Girls' Club during your freshman year. We learned the impor- tance of helping others and had an enjoyable time doing it. Remember, as a Girls' Club member, you will be able to share in these experiences as well as meet new people. See you in Sep- tember! Love, Girls' Club members Class of '86 I During the 1982-83 school year, enthusiastic freshman Tri- Ship members worked hard to expand the size and variety of activities of this year's club. Under the guidance of Sponsor Mr. Joe Donnelly, the board met every day fifth period to organize scholarship and charity drives in addition to school events while advisory representatives got together Wednesday mornings two or three times a month to assist with the Tri-Ship projects. Kicking off the fall season, freshman Tri-Shippers helped the upperclassmen tend the grills at Steakfest. After organizing the canned food drive at the Northfield Campus, Tri-Ship members sold painter hats, planned an ice cream social and ran a car wash. The Northfield branch of Tri-Ship also spiced up lunch periods by showing old movies. During the holiday season, club members helped raise money for scholarships in the annual Christmas tree sale. Tri-Ship joined forces with Girls' Club to sponsor the new student picnic and spring charity drive. Adding to the festive atmosphere, the club sold popcorn during Mardi Gras day in February. By the close of the year, the enlarged and energized freshman Tri-Ship club had successfully organized many enjoy- able and beneficial activities for the school and for the communi- ty. C MEMBERS Bottom row: Schaefer Tri-Ship builds its fleet Left: Tri-Ship selling committee sifts through profitable ideas for painter hat sales. Above: Tri-Ship board lines up events for the Trevian calendar. fHung, Lipmanl Fogarty, Friend, Gourly. Second Sakaie, Greenhow, Sherman, Bischel Aschauer, Mena. Third: Clausen Levins, Helfand, Macheca. Fourth Levin, Keating, Wagner, Atkinson Beaubaire, Yap, Solberg. Pep Club spells out spirit P is for pep: the main goal of the club was to spread spirit throughout the school. E is for all of the energy generated during tug-of-war matches which Pep Club sponsored between advisories and at the Thank You Parents Night. P is for the many posters made by the devoted art and publicity committees which informed the school of all up-coming events. C is for the cheerleaders and pom-pon girls who encouraged the Trevians on to victory with their bubbly enthusiasm. L is for the leadership and encouragement which Sponsor Miss MacNamara provided throughout the year. Ll is for the ultimate financial goal which the club members reached when their button, mitten, sweatshirt, and Class of '86 football jersey sales were profitable. B is for the banner and door decorating contests the club orga- nized to let the artists of the school exhibit their talents. When all of these letters are put together, they form the back- bone of the school's most spirited club. This organization thrived on the efforts and dedication of its members in addition to an enthusiastic student body. The fervor that Pep Club generated among Trevian freshmen was the fire that kept the spirit of the Northfield Campus burning. . MEMBERS Bottom row: Ms. Maclxla- 't' mara fsponsorl, Robinson, Wanger, Cash, Cohn, Fetsoso, Horwitz. Sec- 5 ond: Kindig, Perlow, Johnson, Jump, 2 Yao, Goldman, Kipnis. Third: O'Mal- 'f ley, Funk, Gilbert, Gorman, Erbach Coughlan, Raffe, Luke. Above right: Freshman Pep Club members create a Trevian replica for the Homecoming Parade. Right: Drawing support for freshman sports teams publicity girls put the finishing touches on signs advertising upcom- ing games. 232 FRESHMEN Showcase gets freshmen into the act Merlyn . . . Cully ..... Arthur ...... Lyo-lyok .... Badger ..... Sir Ector ..... Kay .......... King Pellinore. Archimedes. . . Sir Grummore CAST . . . . . . . . . . CLALIDINE KIELSON LALIRALEWIS . . . MATTHEW QUINN . . . JENNIE SPRAGLIE . . . . DANIELE SVINGOS . . . . . .ROBERT TAICH . . . . .STEVEN TRACY ....... PETER LIFLAND . . . .CATHLEEN WOLFE Grummursum .... .... .J ACK WASSERMAN Nm When the lights brightened, a figure appeared on stage. Sitting upright in their seats, the audience waited with anticipation for the beginning of this year's freshman showcase: "Son of Pendra- gon." The viewers were soon transported into the world of knights and round tables. From the deep undergrowth of Sherwood Forest emerged a lad who was fated to become the King of England. The boy's name was Arthur, the Wart, the adopted son of Sir Ector, whose desire in life was to become a knight. Wart knew that he could not achieve this goal alone, thus, he embarked on a quest for a tutor. On hisjourney he met Merlyn, a disoriented old wizard, and chose him to be his teacher. Through his magical powers, Merlyn was able to change Wart into an owl, a fish, a duck, and a badger. The lessons that Wart learned from these adventures were the tools which prepared him for his destiny. When the big day finally arrived, Wart, recalling the advice that each of the animals had given him, pulled the sword from the stone and became Arthur, King of England. This year's freshman production, "Son of Pendragon", was directed by Mr. Edward Nicholson and presented "in the round." As the stage had virtually no scenery, the actors became the trees, snow, and other props featured in the piece. The showcase presented many challenges for the nineteen beginning actors involved, who played more than IOO characters. The troupers, making their first appearance on the New Trier stage gave con- vincing performances with excitement and energy. The two leads, Matthew Quinn and Claudine Kielson, brought the charac- ters of Arthur and Merlyn alive in their entertaining portrayal of the adventure of the young Wart and his mentor. With superior acting and fine direction, the 1983 freshman showcase succeeded in moving the audience to King Arthur's realm of valor and glory' Above left: Merlyn, fClaudine Kielsonl warns Wart fMatthew Quinnl of the terrible dangers that lay ahead on his journey as a fish. Left: Under the guidance of sophomores and Sponsor Mrs. Clark, members of the Music Connection gather around the piano during a weekly music appreciation meeting. fTaich, Clarkej FRESHMEN 233 inmunlz Freshmen Shoot Yourself Qi 4-..-. 653 Z f I M ,,.,,.., wi :exif -I mf, .kvggav 234 FRESHMEN SHOOT YOURSELF N47 is 4 X L! ya ,, 0 if ad nt gl 6 .1-as, FRESHMEN SHOOT YOURSELF 235 Freshmen C A.. .x,, .A MISS AMBROZIK Bottom row: Lauck, Bristol, Ross, Bero, Ellis, Wein- stein, Chen, Golden, Moscow, Rosin. Second: Rolison, Pigott, Yao, Knox, Abramson, Cibul, Kelly, Kenny, Black, Sherman, Kerr ffreshman helperl. Third: Schreiber, Kruglick, Winter, Hanlon, Bunge, Engel, Donnell, Hauser, Zanarini, Ramelli, Miss Ambrozik. Absent: Kuhnen. MR. BAREFIELD Bottom row: Chick, Veltman, Erdbeer, Weininger, Neal, Varouxakis, Schwartz, Garden, Dolby, Hardy. Second: Curley Cfreshman helperj, Carey, Wehrli, Ying, Kunz, Graller, McRea, Schaefer, Will, Dob- rin, Mr. Barefield. Third: Kaminsky, Gerding, McKee, Knudson, Volkman, Rubenstein, Kantoff, Burnside, Adil- man. Absent: Farnhan, Suster. MR. BECKER Bottom row: Tracy, Merrick, Tsao, Zoll, Lippitz, Lesnik, Turk, Saccone, Traub. Second: Pepo- nis Qfreshman helperl, Miller, Mintz, Fogarty, Lear, Doyle, Eisen, Kim, Klanderman, Sides, Mr. Becker. Third: Gollub, Ketating, Brock, Stokes, Mooney, Phelan, Kim, McCain, Johnston. Absent: Gold- stein, Quinn. 236 ALGER MRS. ALGER Bottom row: Roberts, Coggin, Khan, Mueller, Hagenah, Minkus, Siegal, Weiner, Zeh, Sprague. Second: Smith, Anspacher, Beaman, Spertus, McCarthy, Holzmann, Luke, Tschilds, Gordon, Mrs. Alger. Third: Krajewski, Diedrichsen, Godfrey, Rosenberg, Campbell, Sunkel, Morris, Berns, Lautens, Holloway. Absent: Blackwell. N,,! DIVE H4 , U... digg r f---2. S-. MR. CADWELL Bottom row: Kaplan Moskow, Kelso, Young, Sakaie Greenhow, Ferdinand, Pernick. Sec- ond: McKeever Cfreshman helperj Kofoed, Donohue. Keriazakos, Theis Smith, Rockey, Weinberg, Lenhart. Janssens, Najah, Mr. Cadwell, Third Williams, Weakley, Brandao, Rich- mond, Cooley, Kim, Hollocker Maloney, Abt, Angres. Absent: Colt man, Elmore, Movitz. X31-'Q lf' 1 .lin-1 Freshmen MRS. BOWMAN Bottom row: Esca- milla, Stone, Jump, Drower, Rein. Bisgeiek, Howard, Mawicke, Druger. Second: Houghtlin, Goldsmith, Ayde- lotte, Balfe. Moetus. Aron, Holzl, Pro- sen. Ruther. Mrs. Bowman. Third: Kuhs ffreshman helperj, Dayan. Kreston, Lee. McGrew, Moody, Lind- holm, Weinstein, McDonald. Ab- sent: Burgener, O'Neill, Portugall, Trowbridge. MRS. BYDALEK: Bottom row: Spies, Chelius, Dordek, Robinson, Lampert, Eder, Drexler, Cohen, Rosenbloom, Second: MacAllister ffreshman help- erj, Zimmerman. Kouzoukas, McCann, Vogel, Ghantous. Read. Per- low, Weiner, Gill. Capper. Third: Schuessler, Tauer, Hackbarth, McCray, Banas, Pecka, Mclxlicol, Berke, Balsbaugh, Falcon, Koelle. Absent: Mrs. Bydalek. MR. CAJET Bottom row: Lerman, Holland, Shelby, Levin, Karasick, Erfert, Applebaum, Fasa- no, Bichsel. Second: Husak ifresh- man helperl, Chau, Allen, Llfland. Buck. Lippitz, Levins, Cowan, Salkind. Karfcky, Cohen, Mr. Cajet. Third: Price, Williams, Cooper. Gorham, Hemmer, Tan, Sklare, Janov. Loun- dy, Spiecker. Absent: Rubin. CADWELL 237 Freshmen MR. DONNELLY Bottom row: Mc- Aniff, Chesley, Stent-Torriani, Falconer Wainer, Gutof, Polsky, Stensberg Second: Bauer lfreshman helperj Beaubaire, Tucker, Engler, Matus, Eng, Gourley, Cavanaugh, Medow, Mr. Donnelly. Third: Rubin, Munic Wolin, Smith, Fetkenhour, Schluter Benca, Stefany, Matykiewicz. Absent Kullman, Larsen, MacDonald, Rick. an l E . MR. DUTCH Bottom row: Sim- monds, Grey, Abramson, Bloom, Nieura, Rosen, Arbel, Lindich, Brenen, Soudan, Waserman. Sec- ond: Vido, Vogel, Stearns, Carter, Har- rington, Ng, Lear, Thomas, Sears, Sandack, Plante. Third: Murphy ffreshman helperj, Ray, Lewis, Col- darchi, Gross, Yap, McNeil, Asher, Fidel, Schaeffer, Mr. Dutch. .8553 . MR. GARFIELD Bottom row: Goode rich, Tips, Sheridan, Kim, Malkus, Schnadig, Berman, Sodikoff, Bryden. Second: Flaherty ffreshrnan helperb, Lissner, Stock, Walters, Ginty, Hill, Helfand, Duffy Taylor, Bowers, Willis, Mr. Garfield. Third: Donlevy, Berger, Daniel Taylor, Liebson, Grais, Zolla QT! X Handley, Hoban, Scavo, Savin. Ab- sent: Janotta, Milne. MRS. GOURLEY Bottom row: Rowe, Davis, Rasmussen, Begoun, Rabino- witz, Kalman, Stone, Gerber, Lewis. Second: Benoit, Good, Raffe, Harris, Smith, Walther, Lax, Bradley, Miyaza- ki, Aaron, Mrs. Gourley. Third: Gor don, Erbach, Saalfield, Manaster, Kaulfuss, Thier, Smith, Engberg Gustavson, Ciccone. Absent: Aber crombie. l 238 DONNELLY VVS' Km.. .41 :il xt iii l had asm 49 .' 'YA T9 s. .L QE, r CAMP S Freshmen MISS HERZIG Bottom row: Levin, Sneider, Dilworth, Emanuel, Smith, Shkoler, Pollock, Cosnow, Miller, Gold. Second: King, Rozner, Fagan, Wohbekind, Horwitz, Scotellaro, For- ni, Green, Chin, Riley. Third: Hackett, Kahn,James, Fandell, Gould, Whitak- er, Hillner, Butler, Beifzel, Colson, Miss Herzig. MRS. HUGHSON Bottom row: Barr, Holzman, Jung, Garfinkle, Leopold, Engel, Koh, Kim, Schreibamn. Sec- ond: West, Pemberton, Parker, Cor- dek, DuBois, Kilgus, Ruskin, Beshel, Festoso, Mrs. Hughson. Third: Clark, Werner, Gorman, Nam, Will, Beverly, Hoel, Metzler, Schreiner. Absent: Huls, Waid. MR. KATES Bottom Row: Bartz, Chamberlain, Reibman, Lyman, Lane, Hamu, Henderson, Ecanow, Weiner. Second: Ottoman, Fried- man, Campbell, Suth, Westmacott, Bokar, Walker, Soloman, Rogers, Juris, Mr. Kates. Third: Symons, Box- er, Muller, Karaganis, Williams, Beck- ner, Campbell, Schiffman, Taylor, Fa- vorite, Zimmerman. Absent: Desser. MR. LONDRIGAN Bottom row: Witt- leder, Schuldt, Goldstein, Daniels, Smith, Metz, Foy, Tuckman, Hines, Rosenwasser. Second: Adelman, Pagett, Scheckelhoff, Ginn, Missner, Burk, Leven, Hoffman, Barth, Mr. Lon- drigan. Third: Hoffmann, Fowler, Mizen, Yale, Reed, Lewandowski, Bar- nett, Elling, Karger, Bear. Absent: Rose, LONDRIGAN 239 Freshmen S! MISS MCNAMARA Bottom row: Radcliffe, Lee, Pruzansky, Merrill, Kimmel, Wanger, Hirsch, Cash, Good- an Second Mar uardt freshman rn . 1 Q K helperl, Bergsten, Green, Haddon, MaGuire, Hendrix, Blum, Montague, Lane, Ward, Miss McNamara. Third: Grant, Talbot, Mullin, Aspen, Finkel- man, Nelson, Fischer, Clary, Drew, Zibble. Absent: Ecker, Morency. MISS MALIZOLA Bottom row: Robinson, Turner, Handelsman, Weiner, Blom, Stoken, May, Grais, Girffith, Munitz, Svingos. Second: Vig- lietti, Morrissey, Choi, McShane, Corns, Beverley, Butler, Stehly, Zim- beroff, Orlebeke. Third: Glatt Cfresh- man helperj, Fisher, Work, Hines, Hamilton, Zielinski, Prusha, Hum- phrey, Gladfelter, Lamotte, Schnep- per, Miss Maligola. - MR. MACKINNEY Bottom row: Mil- ler, McCarthy, Pinkerton, Coleman, Smith, Bedno, MacMorran, Peter, Dunston, Werth. Second: Schnack, Rafanello, Bleser, Ganz, Solberg, Salazar, Huck, Cassidy, Wold, McCrea, Mr. MacKinney. Third: Obin- ger, Spencer, McBride, Meier, Fein- gold, Young, Swerdlove, Levin, Dvorak. Absent: Owen. it . . 5.2 240 MACKINNEY In 2.3.1 L. E, g 3 lVllSS MESTIJ IAN Bottom row: Gins- burg, Yaffe, Lebovitz, Wente, Ordow- er, Kruse, Jacobs, Walters, Berstein. Second: Duguid, Works, Weinstein, Blunt, Kaefer, Paik, Ruthman, Crow, MacArthur. Third: Funk, Shephard, Bader, Rossow, Goles, Swartchild, Kaulfuss, Sayer, Drymalsk, Miss Mestijian. Absent: D'Andrade, Fried- man, Kulwin, Shattuck. MR. MILLER Bottom row: Soltvedt, Sommer, Glatt, Newton, Jann Ragins, Lief, Yamada, Racelis, Wollan Second: Bolduc tfreshman helperj Hirschtritt, Snyder, Levin, Watt, Acu- na Donnell Ta ler Helfand Sout , Y, Y , , ' sos, Mr. Miller. Third: Risinger, F iegan, Groebner, Day, Morgan, Fink, Green Bauman, Yentis. Absent: Freeman Rubenstein, Schoenenberger. MISS REIS Bottom row: Harker, Piz- er, Noonan, Watt, Kipnis, Llnno, Page, Freydl, Liston. Second: Lippiz, McMil- lan, Brunn, Madden, Liddy, Bradbury, Milbratz, Ranuik, McAllister, Jorgen- son. Third: Hudson, Kowalski, Heiser, DeVries, LeJeune, Wilfong, Wein- stein, Kimura, Couglin, Golomski, Miss Reis. Absent: Burke, Trippe. Freshmen MISS NLISINOW Bottom row: Anderson, Levins, Leff, Levin, Llnferth, Zuckerman, Hoit, Gordon. Second: Nagle, Padgitt, Katris, Karger, Horch- ner, Kousi, Duffy, Stadheim, Wes- terhold, Miss Nusinow. Third: Olds ffreshman helperl, Ramaker, Decho- vitz, Downey, Beverly, Zito, Walstad, Urban, Johnson, Bueshel, Magill. Ab- sent: Chapin. MISS PETERSON Bottom row: Hanigan, Starkey, Kindig, Pinsof, Fridgeirsson, Driggs, Hedstrom, Steiner, McKune, Marcus. Second: Park ffreshman helperj, Rubin, Las- ser, Bechtold, Sills, Nagel, Carlson, Jacobs, Fischer, Cheris, Miss Peter- son, Third: Stevens, Scott, Matan, Keith, Duvick, Nosek, Bailey, Gilson, Lingle, Hoagland. Absent: Rapoza. .. - I X RElS 241 Freshmen I i x..,L MR. SCHINTO Bottom row: Saxton Applebaum, Weiss, Keogh, Greenl baum Mo ul Kim Fitz erald Houri- . Q , y Q Y can, Hirschel. Second: Goren, Katin Weinberg, Montgomery, Buchman Becker, Pirsein, Klein, Rie, Bogot. Third: Josellis, Halling, Tingle, Atkin- son, Emanuel, Segal, ffreshman help- erj, Jensen, Friedman, Morgan, Aske- G in nas, Rosenthal, Mr. Schinto. Absent Alter. MRS. ROGERSON-DREIS Bottom row: Waldman, Barriger, Klingman, Swett, Dolnick. Wren, McArthur, Olm- stead, Llewy, Ohr. Second: Read ffresh- man helperj, Grossinger, Dean, Faucett, Stevens, Johnson, Mazaar, Goldman, Seidman, Hirsch, Rapach, Mrs. Rogerson-Dreis. Third: Haus- man, Hunter, Casey, Churchwell, Cox, Gerrard, Tomes, Krumins, Newman, Green. 1-1 MR. SUSSEN Bottom row: Roth, Glicksberg, Ansari, Renn, Sundstrom, Goldman, Newman, Davis. Second: Wasserman, Wilson, Kaplan, lsaacs R no A le ate Lim Rosene Sulli Y Y PP Q y 1 Y ' van, Mr. Sussen. Third: Duffy, Petkus, Bloom, Wertz, Murry, Fritzsche Clauson, Kunath, Skiles, Cornell, Fryi Absent: Masters. 242 ROGERSON - DREIS v MR. SHEETS Bottom row: Hansen, Rubinstein, Schafer, Zelkin, Murphy, Gera, Cohen, Weatherhead, Kunkle, Hile. Second: Amunduson, Hicken, Jerome, Bowmer, Keller, Carlstedt, Siegal, Kanefsky, Jeffrey, Mr. Sheets. Third: Allsteadt ffreshman helperj, Freeman, Wagner, Bruere, Nixon, Koldyke, Olson, Lederer, Angres, Wolff. Absent: Everingham. MR. SWAN Bottom row: Arcus, Nordstrom, Wanger, Fisher, Pilipovic, Hung, Price, Yeh, Cohn. Second: Tanski, Liu, Aschauer, Taich, Mache- ca, Sanford, Devers, Burke, Wolff, Mr. Swan. Third: Gantz ffreshman help- erl, McReynold, Tetzlaff, Feingold, Redding, Hansen, Jacobs, Deason, Goodie, Spagat, Weinberg. Absent: Badger. Freshmen MRS. WHITE Bottom row: Kuz- niewicz, Betar, Nicholson, Heitman, Blackburn, Spears, Fargo, St. Clair, Comerci, Wolfe. Second: Granath ffreshman helperl, Kielson, Naphin, Pigott, Wilson, Maher, Fuchs, Holmes, Fenner, Trent, Mrs. White. Third: Burr, Beran, Aschauer, Carlson, Venturini, Aland, Gilbert, Bergin, Tarr, Marks. Absent: Long. 22512: MISS TABAK Bottom row: Schaaf, Parent, Brandeis, Robinson, Gillam, Hemmeter, Lo, Gelfond, Lakin. Sec- ond: Fisher, ffreshman helperl, O'Malley, Solger, Goldstein, Ham- mersly, Krit, Albrecht, Goldin, Zaban, Hovis, Miss Tabak. Third: Abrams, O'Donnell, Brown, Norkett, Strain. Dicanio, Chester, Le Menager, Gross. Absent: Dice, Rukin. MR. WOODBURY Bottom row: Wis- chner, Domann, Chen, Pick, Leven, Levitsky, Duerwachter. Second: Spar- acino, Kotz, Upchurch, Shuster, Schnepper, Katz, Sherman, Hillery, Mena, Mr. Woodbury. Third: Repasy ffreshman helperj, Beacom, Fleming, Fox, Spitz, Crosby, Kitzman, Levin, Kim, Gill. Absent: Erskin, Piper, Smith. WOODBLIRY 243 Sophomores SCOTT' GROSS DAVID EEIN President Wce-President GREG FERN AMY HELFAND T S tary L. PAUL KNLIPFER ELIZABETH .JEWELL Advisor Chairman Advisor Chairman X5 , i' .' ,, ' I . ' A V, It TERRENCE BARTON Advisor Chairman, Ac1ing 244 SOPHOMORES WANTED f -1,1 p ., iw-'f . Y? X 1 -',r QQ 766119, 66149 y i,,r NAME: Sammy "The Stud" Sophomore l.D.a6f: 766149 WANTED FOR: Grand theft auto Ccharges pressed by parentsj, practicing mouth-to- mouth on a non-consenting female, disregard for the Pythago- rean theorom DESCRIPTION: Medium height, comb in back pocket, rarely carrying books, jeans LAST SEEN: Headed east on Winnetka Avenue in a Driver's Ed car with three female students WARNINGIII: Dangerous when behind the wheel. Often congregates in groups and may be difficult to apprehend. Sophomores STEERING COMMITTEE Bottom row: Nolan, Helfand, Harris. Second: Fein, known, Mincheff, Albano. Fourth: Gutman, Matot, Murphy, IVlcKune, Croisant, Brown, Oyasu, Elkin, Flaherty, Fern, Drobny, Oden. Third: Ragula, Moran, Un- Olson, Haggerty. Fifth: Schack, Lunn, Kogen, Gross, Goodrich. Left: Migrating to their lockers be- tween classes, sophomores of a X feather "froph" together. iPhoto by , Millinj SOPHOMORES 245 Sophomores MRS. BLODGETT Bottom row: Baez, Harmon, McDermott, Nyhan Bogart, Cooper, Nathanson. Secondi Skorcz, Heilizer, Reed, Stineman, Tas- sey, Spivack, McManus. Third Dupont, Emery, Greenspon, Stein Johnson, Malcolm, Kahr, Mrs Blodgett. Fourth: Murphy, Goss Greer Hickman, Noyes, Pearson Munger, Schuller. Absent: Epkins, Zweig. MRS. BROCKLEMAN Bottom row: Fleischman, Zweiback, Romanoff, Trickey, Stone, Massoudian, Phair. Second: Kopetz, Pelts, Reid, Gramza, Feldman, Rotblat, Robb, Mrs. Brock- elman. Third: Edsall, Schoch, Smith, O'Malley, Wilmer, Brunzell, Fragassi. Fourth: Haase, Strube, Rudnick, McNeill, Bergstrom, Abell, Elliott. Ab sent: Bryant, LaPorta. 246 ANDERSON MR. ANDERSON Bottom row: Fein- berg, Decori, Porta, Cavalier, William- son, Rice. Second: Lutz, McDaniel Geier, Ransom, Moyer, Musich Heard, Werner. Third: Horwitz Jacobs, Zion, Terman, Herbster, Rus- sell, Barr, Mr. Anderson. Fourth: Anderson, Walsh, Ray, Brent. Absenti Brady, Allsteadt, Mills, O'Connor Geohas. MISS BEACH Bottom row: Lefley, Darling, Yasui, Alenson, Lister, Kobaysahi, Alvarez, Birndorf. Second: Vanmolnar, Smith, Lyons, Kobashi, Hartunian, Midday, Berkowitz, Hel- fand. Third: Bass, Zeitlin, McCabe, Bott, Heidelberger, Lassman, Chase, Miss Beach. Fourth: Shaughnessy, Hellstrom, Barr, Szafransky, Haddon, McMahon, Mincheff, MacKenzie. I 1. MR. ENKEY Bottom Row: Roussey, Terzian, Rosenthal, Orames, Hoff- man, Curtis, Parsons. Second: Kin- caid, Wienstein, Willian, Engler, Cahn Cohen, Herron, Gianukos. Third: Bahu, Haderlein, Hanlon, Silverglade Rosenwasser Bennett Gra Mr. En 1 , Y, ' key. Fourth: Cook, Zeller, Wirtz, Beemer, Dean, Gersh, Herbst, Barri- ger. Absent: Moran. MRS. FISHER Bottom row: Price Goodman, Fischer, Black, Cavalier: Suetrong. Second: Haack, Carpenter, Steidlmayer, Wilson, Greenhow, Kel- ly, Kogan. Third: Bogard, Cikanek Franke, Gauri, Molitar, Williams Hetherington, Mrs. Fisher. Fourth Lewis, Croisant, Mannix, Miller, Mill, Wanland, Donnellan, Jamieson. Ab- sent: Brennan, Jackson. Sophomores MR. CARPENTER Bottom row: Vala- kas, Artiaga, Barefield, McClatchy, Ciourley, Neisberg, Neal. Second: Ragusi, O'Malley, Specht, Drexler, Thorp, McColl, Kaminski. Third: Meier, Kelley, Fitzgerald, Toft, Levin, Armagost, Reimer, Mr. Carpenter. Fourth: Hock, Alger, Kawada, Jersild, Beggan, Condon, Switzer. Absent: Clarke, Gross. MR. DENK Bottom row: Crai , Cook Reif, Gottlieb, Stern, Polsky. Second: Payvar, Behr, Charlton, Lasser Oswald, Drobney, Siegal. Third: Mooney, Schleicher, Webber, Mino- gue, Vanover, Thesing, Levy, Mr Denk. Fourth: Crabtree, Schellen- berg, Finnell, Weiner, Hemke, Free- man, Snider. Absent: Sonntae. FISHER 247 Sophomores MR. FLAHERTY Bottom row: Ramirez, Haddon, Zreczny, Chapman, Boba, Kaltenekker, Collins. Second: Schainis, Mattox, Teneich, Jackson, LaBuda, Baylin, Meyer, Park. Third: Vanbenschoten, Bossov, O'Donnell, Lazer, Rosenberg, Loftus, Schultz, Mr. Flaherty. Fourth: Angsten, Malone, Foulkes, Goldman, Levin, Ray, Wil- liams, Schabel. l . C ,-,awe whim 155 248 FLAHERTY MRS. HARMS Bottom row: Childs, Seymour, Handwerker, Hechtman, Levin, Schnabel, Harris, Slavens. Sec- ond: Cronin, Fogarty, Rothschild, O'MaIley, Milstein, Torres, Kirsten, Mrs. Harms. Third: Pederson, Beas- ley, Karasick, Hadel, Abrams, Chapin. Fourth: Nclhleill, Hansen, Schnepper, Schumann, Kinney, Hodgson, Elliot. Absent: Barkley, Massey. MRS. HEIDRICH Bottom row: Kap- lan, Flatland, Levin, Goldberg, Man- del, Tarrson. Second: Madayag, Flaherty, Conway, Lederer, Dilworth, Gienapp, Cross. Third: Small, Frank, Wiggins, West, Payne, Kervvin, Lapp, Gion. Fourth: Boyer, Faucett, Koss, Lawrence, Willis, Federico, Mandel. Absent: Mrs. Heidrich, Jensen, Root- berg. MR. INGERSOLL Bottom row: Ting, Weith, Kerr, Ying, Kirsch, Schwartz. Second: Wong, Shine, Sabath, Bleier, Byrne, Roche, Drayton. Third: Silver- stein, Delp, Thalman, Griesser, Foran, Haller, Mr. Ingersoll. Fourth: Atnip, McNamara, Nold, Springer, Watson, Steinberg, Margolies. Absent: Schreiber. MR. KANE Bottom row: Pandya Cora, Long, Carew, Koushanpour: Dickinson, Horn, Cyrluk. Second Glueck, Hanigan, Pelton, Agustin, Rath, Kay, Leamon. Third: Schwartz, Barrett, Patterson, Haffey, Crowe, Buyer, Nelson, Mr. Kane. Fourth: Hansen, Morey, Ryan, Beacom, Au- stin, Kelley, Tiegler, Absent: Ruffalo. MISS KEHM Bottom row: Mayron, Quaranta, Baldwin, Peters, Fletcher, Askenazi, Nagele, Brownstein, Bose. Second: Delken, Marlas, Fell, Lenhart, Flynn, Pyott, Mitchell, Beck- er. Third: Florendo, O'Grady, Lantz. Llhlemann, Palmer, Mattern, Miss Kehm. Fourth: Piper, Magagna, Platt, Cole, Chalmers, Clarke, Barrett. MRS. KLEIN Bottom row: Merrick, Nesbit, Butler, Trakas, Taylor, O'Reil- ly, Meyers. Second: McKee, Waco, Kennedy, Shehan, Yowell, Taylor, Witt. Third: Neavolls, Powell, Bolan, Salafsky, Etienne, Steiner, Mrs. Klein. Fourth: Douaire, Martin, Biederman, Delken, Sullivan, Rabin, Olson, Karter. Absent: Smart, Sullivan. Sophomores MRS. JACKSON Bottom row: Zisook, Wolfe, Lewis, Grant, Koizumi, Cioldfarb, Bernstein. Second: Peter, Carroll, Mitchell, Sloan, Karton, Holtz, Papadopoulos. Third: Kaulfus, Fried- man, Pringle, Herrmann, Raben, Daley, Lawson, Mrs. Jackson. Fourth: Fikso, Flanagin, Epstein, Nathan, Block, Cunningham, Blomstrom, O'Brien. hd KLEIN 249 Sophomores MR. KOERNER Bottom row: Mathias, Mansfield, Zoghlin, McCall, Mann, Tachau. Second: Stein, Jentel, Zussman, Fishman, All, Wright. Third: Jordan, Smith, Fischer, Mayahara, Horvitz, Box, Mr. Koerner. Fourth: Hoback, Kates, Erbach, Winter, Sma- ha, Lawrence, Cannon. Absent: Kim, Muhammad, Ury, MR. LEAHY Bottom row: Lee, Tuny, Duerwachter, Paradise, Azar, Van- derhorst, Rennolds. Second: Benson, Cummings, O'Bryan, Keranen, Revry, Hochman, Silverman, MacDonald. Third: Friedman, Berlin, Lynnes, Gra- nath, Short, Zehner, Bodel, Mr. Leahy. Fourth: Glassman, Kogen, Reay, Shade, Lems, Melsheimer, Dubey. 3 ,, ,,,, C E MISS LALIERMAN Bottom row: Savard, Matusoff, Gonzalez, Park, Lim, Goren. Second: Smiley, Homer, Hill, Schwartz, Casey, Adams, Marlas, McGregor. Third: Ayres, Markus, Groh, Murray, Paley, Moore, Goss, Miss Lauerman. Fourth: Ernstein, Kelly, Tuveson, Clancy, Siegal, Vile, Klawans, O'Rourke, Mattick. 250 KOERNER MR. MARTINEZ Bottom row: Lard, Fisch, Chan, Levinberg, Grodzin, Barocci. Second: Chambers, LaBu- da, Brenner, Duerwachter, Rappin Kurz, Soble, Almond. Third: McKeev- er, Schneider, Levin, Groenwold, Metz, Minkus, Minton, Mr. Martinez. Fourth: Goodrich, Dysat, White, Mahoney, Parsons, Swinger, Tachd- jian. Absent: Moran, O'Kieffe. Sophomores MR. MCCREA Bottom row: Head, Henderson, Lyon, Harris, Greenstein, Hardy, Pons, Haban. Second: Findlay, Steiner, Berns, Savely, Jung, Pollock, Korey, Mr. McCrea. Third: Wood, 5 g, ' 5 Myers, Park, Roth, Puden, Boxer, Kali- 1 5 , A f I x g -5 ta. Fourth: Hoynes, Bonneville, S , X , X f g Prince, Burns, Reed, Krumstok, Kop- l 3 'listed fi l pel. Absent: Crome. MR. METZGER Bottom row: John- son, Farnsworth, Baissac, Lin, Leone Stern, Vogelsang, Traeger. Second Stremmel, Walsh, Jacobs, Rasof, Richman, Oestreich, Kuhs, Mr. Metz- Y I ger. Third: Currie, Ramsdell, Dunkel A Dieter, Davis, Hennessey, Newman. - gi 3 A Fourth: Simon, Otto, Randolph, Ing ' A -W Alger, McKinley, Goldman, Gutman Absent: Jacobs, h MR. MEYER Bottom row: Gould, Schreiber, Levin, Goldberg, Vosseller, Townsley. Second: Clarke, Taylor, Rickard, Mehlman, Tippet, Zummer, Waxman. Third: Cleaver, Conley, Trott, True, Rogula, Lober, Mr. Meyer. Fourth: Hackett, Murphy, Nelson, Baldwin, Grace, Altman, Rieff. Ab- sent: Malen, Shifrin. ulili MRS. MILLS Bottom row: Becker, Pollack, Oberman, Leopold, Jacob- son, O'Keefe, Marquardt. Second: Lenhart, Krone, Caldwell, Arkin Green, Sargent, Friedman, Mrs. Mills Third: Tennerstedt, Klein, McDonald Elkin, Lande, Fetzer, Tan. Fourth Whisler, Riemenschneider, Wagner, Pitner, Gantz, Kaczorowski, Hoffman Absent: Majeczky, Templeton. 'S-1 MILLS 251 Sophomores MR. MURPHY Bottom row: Sullivan, Franco, Abeles, Kwaan, Aronson, Mercado. Second: Casey, Mclnerney, Wold, Merwise, Clinch, Grossman, Schinler. Third: Duff, Vogel, Mercker, Ladden, Park, Terbeek, Mr. Murphy. Fourth: Krajewski, Vittum, Higdon, Houser, Thompson, Stockton, Spilot- ro. Absent: Dolin, Ortegel, Perl, Schack. MR. OSBORNE Bottom row: Kagan, George, Fem, Gulyas, Pikofski, Penti- coff, Huntley, Greenblat. Second: Gal- li, Churchill, Marvin, DiClementi, Sla- vin, Bersh, Armstrong, Mr. Osborne. Third: McDermott, Papadapoulous, Warshauer, Barnett, Keren, Brown, Stempel. Fourth: Karlsrud, Mills, Rob- bins, Scheindel, Coustan, Long, Weissbluth. Absent: Baum. MRS. PAULICK Bottom row: Erzin- ger, Bivin, Wolfmark, Seweloh, Levy, Lin, Steiner. Second: Raveret, Wat- son, Stecker, Lederer, Albano, Gon- ser, Mrs. Paulick. Third: Keller, Duffy, Beinlich, Nitzkin, Fox, Grayes, Hardy. Fourth: Wood, Burr, Fritzsche, Tour- ville, Love, Peck, Glanz. Absent: Dust- man, Ellis, Rosen. MR. RAY Bottom row: Fisher, Jor- don, Rosenthal, MacDonald, Pasikov, Wever, Katsafanas, Herbst. Second: Hanley, Greenberg, Oyasu, Labkow, Carter, Gilson, Neville. Third: Krohn, Kelly, Kruse, Greenberg, Barnes, Par- ry, Mr. Ray. Fourth: Sargent, Bracken, Paul, Constan, Doyle, Dudick, Waite. Absent: O'Connor. 252 MURPHY ,Q Q Q 1 ln' I Lg Sophomores MISS RINEHART Bottom row: Rock- efeller, Lyons, Hughes, Haith, Pee- ples, Llretz, Hart. Second: Ammund- sen, Frient, Bloom, Nelson, Polydoris, Ray, Hoffman, Miss Rinehart. Third: Sohn, Gardner, Wentz, Managter, Ryder, Horwich, Stogin. Fourth: Bur- stein, Delp, Sparaciro, Hom, Rusnaclc Froede, Surman, Hilton. Absent: Ryan, Wolff. MR. ROGAN Bottom row: Edelstein, Sullivan, Tang, Lu, Lockwood, Schwimmer. Seond: Schwenk, Mail- lis, Fitch, Hart, Savin, Davis, Telford. Third: Herbster, Marran, Murphy, Wolff, Turner, Mclnerney, Mr. Rogan. Fourth: Baker, McGough, Bottum, Brice, Richardson, Durian, Kulwin, Skilton. Absent: Kenney, Rieben, Stucka. MISS SCOTT Bottom row: Cha, Haf- fenberg, Orwig, Culbertson, Schild- gen, Champion. Second: McCabe, Skloot, Ellis, Majewski, Ladon, Reed, Lazar. Third: Chalcraft, Ristic, Kush- ner, Embree, Prizant, Lockwood, Miss Scott. Fourth: Gibbons, lngwersen, Roth, McLaughlin, Roston, Michaelis, Stranz. Absent: Bortz, Gregory, Heus- dens, Hughes, Johnston. MISS SEXTRO Bottom row: Miller, Smith, Kye, Blankstein, Mallan. Sec- ond: Seftenberg, Coffield, Leviton, Chapman, Goldberg, Keegan, Bin- yon. Third: Masloski, Lee, Neilsen, Milks, Foley, Chin, Miss Sextro. Fourth: Hinkamp, Koelle, Bird, Hag- gerty, Thigpen, Margolis, Mangler. Absent: Denniston, Donahue, Glaese er, Needles, Richter. SEXTRO 253 Sophomores MR. SWARSEN Bottom row: Shang, Carr, Rosenfeld, Welch, Farrell, Dop- pelt, Nolan. Second: Gillum, Sucker- man, Swenson, Mazz, Chen, Fein, Schechter. Third: Moskovic, Patter- son, Morgan, Newmark, Sandler, Schmitz, Mr. Swarsen. Fourth: Belko, Blount, Zito, Formicola, Lunn, John- son, Murphy, Dillon. Absent: Briganti, Nyman. MISS THOMSEN Bottom row: Downs, Dube, Parker, Hansen, Stet- ter, Yensan, White. Second: Gerber, Mollner, Duncan, Cornett, Rosen, Feinberg, Snyderman, Miss Thom- sen. Third: Hedberg, Hartigan, Wil- liams, Barancik, Weinstein, Kozak, Knorr. Fourth: Monsees, Oden, Dapolito, Tozer, Goeben, Murphy, D'Arcy. Absent: Erskine. MRS. STANLEY Bottom row: Holton ton, Carstadt. Second: McCarthy stein, Smith, Cirunow, Mrs. Stanley Third: Sholer, Rottman, Gross Rohner, Keriazakos, Diltz, Matz Fourth: Demsey, Klebba, Cetnar Hirschle, Hoban, Patterson, Barnett Weber. Absent: Kuhnen, Kullman. ' 3 it s f IJ 254 STANLEY MR. VELEZ Bottom row: Sullivan, Mann, Tachan, Martin, Perlove, Bles- er, Marcovitz. Second: Fox, Luick, Feiger, Kingwill, Sharon, Yasenak, Mr. Velez. Third: Matot, Lllvert, Berkson, McKune, Rekett, Short, McWhirter. Fourth: Wendorf, Jones, Hennessy, McConnell, Clary, Davis, Sugarman. Absent: Campion. Eubanks, Cassin, Becker, Lewy, Lis- Fitzsimmons, Kastil, Koretz, Wein- v v v WANTED f. I ,L S..3-., Vyfl I . ' E881 10 'QVQ 381 1 Q' 1Q A WI NAME: ".Jumpy" Johnny Junior l.D.a9f: 588710 WANTED FOR: Plagiarism, unpaid library fines, curfew violation on Prom night, shoplifting No-Doz from Whites, joining Programming Committee al to get out of advisory bb to put on college applications DESCRIPTION: Approaching six feet, strong arms from carrying books, red eyes from all-nighters, never without calculator, notecards, pencil LAST SEEN: Leaving SAT preparation class, heading for the Horizon to see The Who WARNlNG!!!: His behavior on weekends is unex- plainable and unpredictable. He is armed and legged! cw fo C Q25-sf - -1" Juniors A '-"7 H , , , xxx, ,y t Zz, V' f,f.,,v K f , 4 . ' g ,, f , , , l'!'w'g'A" .z ' 1 1 1 1 5 CHARLIE CIARK JOHN COLEMAN President Vice-President W X 'I I K'-fi PHIL CLEMENT HARRY ROBINSON Treasurer Secretary 1 mf: WILLIAM ZIBART OKROLYN CRESS Advisor Chairman Advisor Chairman JLINIORS 255 -C Juniors W- 11 , J if f., ,,L , 'N'...., I Q , V, .,l'2'yfg4 f 'n 2 2 , , ., 'W " , 4 QW? Q 'fviiifi 7 VII' az! 3 ,,- f'Z... STEERING COMMITTEE Bottom row: Zoghlin, Plimpton, Clark, Greenbaum, Pieper. Second: DesRosiers, White, Newar, Randolph, Mintz, S. Lee. Third: M. Lee, Liu, Scancon, Halpin, Cashman, Applebaum, Gerber. Fourth: Sawyer, Gordon MRS. ADAMS Bottom row: O'Brien, ""'--Q S Unknown, Khan, Goeben, Coleman, Ruskin, Dini, Fenner, Mr. Zibart fsponsorj Berlin, Dr. Cress fsponsorj, Miller. Fifth: Racecis, Clement, Robinson, Gross Absent: Smith. Charlebois, Leavitt, Siegel, Shapiro White, Karin, Second: Oakley, Nolan Hartigan, Michaelis, O'Neil, Mrs Adams, Fisch. Third: Lane, Phillips, Long, Schnabl, McArthur, Katz Fourth: Porta, Ryan, Grace, Thomas, Gale, Nordmark, Kapps. Absent Cashman, Liu. 256 JLINIORS I I MR. BARTON Bottom row: Quaid Bishop, Greenbaum, Streightiff, Hoff- man, Bowe, Second: Cary, Carrane Bell, Fusco, Becker, Norton, Kudan Third: Gordon, Gregg, Perrella Schmidt, McConnell, Fall-cnor,Serber1 Fourth: Timm, Baldwin, Dini, McKen- zie, Fix, Nein, Heinzen, Lowry, Mr, Bar- ton. Absent: O'Neil, Watson. H29-in ig! 'iz if Q li . WA8IN6 Juniors MRS. AGGER Bottom row: Lubarsky, Rachmeler, Goldsmith, Taylor, Levin, Applebaum, Newman. Second: Wise, Simon, Dent, Prasil, Wallace, Fish- man, Berliant. Third: Randolph, Mobarhan, Fragan, Bloom, Lettner, Diettrich, Mrs. Agger, Fourth: Car- rethers, Gibbons, Metzler, Gaan, Abell, Christopher, Yale. Absent: Blom- maert. MRS. BAKER Bottom row: Rosen- blate, Holmes, Clary, Chaitin, Schrein- er, Walsh, Hecht. Second: Lee, Har- row, Deleon-Jones, Stone, Davis, Maimon, Haymon. Third: Miller, Zan- nis, Jewett, Kozack, Johnson, Mrs. Baker. Fourth: Brzezinski, Berger, Ramaker, Flynn, Winchester, Malby. Absent: Brottman. MR. BAKER Bottom row: Sloan, Cousins, Hargott, VanDeWalle, Arm- strong, Kienitz, Leone. Second: Shell, O'Keefe, Cosgrove, Lidman, Martin, Mandell, Knudson, Mr. Baker. Third: Ellis, Hayes, Dahl, McCray, Gross- weiner, Burr. Fourth: Milligan, Hag- gerty, Tauer, Daniel, Bachinger, Mitchell, Landy. Absent: Dyan, Nase- lius, Russell. BARTON 257 Juniors MR. BIRD Bottom row: Thomas Walzer, Ehle, Pauly, Harris, Emanuel Second: Miller, Pearl, Gassner, Mas- trobuono, May, Goldman. Third: Marks, Podolsky, Murphy, Roussey, Thomas, Ring, Cohan, Mr. Bird Fourth: Banas, Davidson, Goldstein Ewing, Rekasius, Chin, Festoso Stein. Absent: Kritzman. MRS. BOUGHNER Bottom row Richards, Lentz, Kondos, Kienev Blase, Jaffee. Second: Maheras, Fish bein, Sevcik, Rennolds, Dickenson, Orlebeke Gutan. Third' Br den 1 - Y , O'Callaghan, Scannell, Keller, Perlin, Cervin, Mrs. Boughner. Fourth: San- ford, Harnack, Trowbridge, Ross Moran, Blanchard, Bender. Absent Goles, Weed. 5:5- -psi.. 258 BIRD MR. CHASE Bottom row: Ruskin, Greene. Feldman, Naughton, Cottle, Satherlie. Second: Walters, Wein- sheimer, Kempf, Bahu, Dillon, Van- develd, Third: Asher, Kent, Allen, Goodrich, Grossinger, Zabel, Mr. Chase. Fourth: Madigan, Kohn, Seg- al, Hines. Bremer, Fogelson. Absent: amnner. Goldberg, McKee, Vanes, i is. MRS. CLAPP Bottom row: Rappin, Becker, Ehrlich, Wick, Nebel, Priest. Second: Elesh, Eguiguren, Martinez, Schwartz, Elegant, Lee, Kelly, Third: Lane, Shang, Meyer, Thompson, Thalman, Piwnica, Lynch, Mrs. Clapp. Fourth: Bairstow, Liddy, Schwartz, Buesch, Hamlin, Blunt, Fuqua. Ab- sent: Dunbeck. MR. DICKMAN Bottom row: Tips, McCausland, Brown, Emmert, Kiddle, McHugh. Second: Keay, Lipnick Mendal, Harrington, Berkowitz, Sut: phen, Zaban. Third: Vogelsang, John- son, Clark, Watson, Marcus, Godfrey, Beutelspacher. Fourth: Gynn, Kuntz Auchenlick, Kearney, Dustman, Bur- russ, Roeper, Mr. Dickman. Absent: Freels, Holmberg. MRS. DULIN Bottom row: Berman, Paden, Cohn, Matz, Hillery, Milkes, Cell. Second: Matsuda, Marsh, Blodgett, Caspersen, Jersild, Ebenhoeh. Third: Wackerle, Hartel, Michiels, Stone, Allen, Schwab, Mrs. Dulin. Fourth: Johnson, Waterstradt, Kruglick, Kinney, Westmacott, White. Absent: Dvorak, Howard, Speer. Q. . 'N-9-1.4, Juniors 'i MR. FLY Bottom row: Seymour, Ruther, Callistein, Krause, Silberman, Citow, Clark. Second: Morich, Mahoney, Stamatakis, Bergman, Piet- rowicz, Heitman, Sawyer. Third: Head, Winter, Dickey, Shekarloo, Schneider, Wasserman, Mr. Fly. Fourth: Bagley, Stone, Fisher, Schoch, Fox, Lewis, Volkert. Absent: Levy. MRS. FRIEDMAN Bottom row: Shanks, Allen, Horwitz, Schienberg, Takayama, Roethlisberger. Second: Daly, Simpson, Raff, Reeder, Licata, Runkin, Grant. Third: Burgener, Kap- salis, Holzl, Gutfreund, Wente, Fal- Iarme, Mrs. Friedman. Fourth: Greanias, Morris, Brickman, Gerber, Gourley, Wakley, Todd. Absent: Johnson. Petti. FRIEDMAN 259 Juniors MR. FUNK Bottom row: Graef, Morri- son, Carioscia, Whitaker, Zucker Danz, Page, Second: Rubin, Demp- se Rosenthal Erzin er Schna Yi 1 9 1 ' dig, Bloom, Mr. Funk. Third: Kant, Kamp, Dean, Fenner, Raffe, Curtis, Shuster. Fourth: Hall, Graf, Hayes, Catarello, Maher, Gladden, Brownlee. Absent: Powers. . ., ilk R1 .. ' , lA y 1, MR. GREGORY Bottom row: Nuss- baum, Callaghan, Albrecht, Denen- berg, Peterson, Sholer. Second: Ka- mien, Brandfon, Powell, Sherman, Ross, Bachmann, Mr. Gregory, Third: O'Malle Renner U church Nielsen yi Y P , v Milbratz, Conant. Fourth: Gilbert, Jones, Khan, Coleman, Baker, Wal- ker. Absent: Corbett, Greenburg, Guthrie. MISS GRIFFIN Bottom row: Liu, Rao, Vergne, Hopper, Hopmayer. Second Semerdjian, Missimer, Nesbit McCain Searc McDivitt. Third' Roth, . yi - Anton, Ebert, Maher, Ginsberg Baumann. Fourth: Boyer, Duffy Stadheim, Coolidge, Gardner Macheca, Miss Griffin. Absent: Be- noit, Janov, Lee, Moriarty, Murdoch, Sherman, Trieschmann. 260 FUNK . -'if f y rin-nululniit MRS. GANS Bottom row: Remien, Schmitt, Snell, Castino, Bogot, Wertz, Tzur. Second: Plumb, Ashman, Des- rosiers, Zoghlin, Gordon, Riskind, Rasmusen. Third: Cassidy, Rossber- ger, Bower, Kallick, Ciric, Glass, Nolan, Mrs. Gans. Fourth: Healy, Rumsey, Galbraith, Rogers, Hought- on, Dicesare, Coon. 4-3 . Mfaffl-a., 4, H . .22 MR. HAM Bottom row: McLellan Riback, Gordon, Loria, Stem, Wolterl Second: Levine, Mathisen, Goodman Orelind, Bernstein, Mr. Ham. Third Brunzell, Myers, Lowe, Husting, Ship- ley, Sullivan. Fourth: Whelan, Alstrin Schellenberg, Brandfonbrener, Hen- riksen, Clark, Rohner. Absent: Bartus- ka, Connolly, Dunn, Zechman. e Al 1 waxy I ,,,., Juniors MR. GROTE Bottom row: Presberg Warner, Steiner, Beltrano, Stent- Torriani, Renn. Second: Martin, Kre- da, Campbell, Carlson, Prather, Price Third: Greenspahn, Stein, Racelis Sola, Clement, Goidsher. Fourth: Eel Hokin, Peter, Croke, Grossman Fisch, Mr. Grote. Absent: Baker Diehl, Eagle, Fischer, Seltzer. MR. HILSABECK Bottom row: Jones, Higgins, Cohen, Chausow, Mercado, Klapman, Holstein. Sec- ond: Binkley, Husak, Ryden, Fetzer, Abramson, Kutz. Third: True, Blunk, Brandon, Moselle, McMahon, Kiesler, Toll, Mr. Hilsabeck. Fourth: Schmitt, Badger, Spring, Raith, Boyd, Rowe, Steiger, Absent: Burke. MRS. HLIGGINS Bottom row: Harri- son, Dini, Critz, Newar, McKenna. Second: Halper, Whittingham, Dris- coll, Walker, Bargad, Mrs. Huggins. Third: Driscoll, Llriell, Walder, Millin, Weinberg, Slavin. Fourth: McDer- mott, Reardon, Halloran, Tincu, Kut- schke, Kaefer. Absent: Craig, Hen- dricks, Platt, Rothschild, Saffrin. HUGGINS 261 v Juniors ll , ... S.. 1 - - 1 t J, H , r' Y A W ' '- J Ar A v f-13' H 'tl jafaf- 1' . U M "- NIB' In ' - 'W' we , Q if ... jx , A A' l z A 9 ... .Ll MRS. LEECH Bottom row: Ladon, Johnson, Fletcher, Armstrong, Lakin, Jann. Second: Offenberg, Berke, Pitt, Basile, Bovaird. Third: Papangelis, Fournier, Boyer, Tkalcevic, Robinson, Hersh, Mrs. Leech. Fourth: Lindholm, Mayer, Edelstein, Durband, Schmidt, Gunn, Bailey, Kay. Absent: Cofheld, Krezan, Messer. 262 KELLY 5 , 9 MRS. KELLY Bottom row: Rizaui Reiter, Coren, Casas, Ender, Podol- sky. Second: Schwimmer, McCarty Sides, Marcus, Harper, Lyman Fridgeirsson. Third: Shiner, Miller Grundeis, Sopranos, Provow, Bakle Mrs. Kelly. Fourth: Gorman, Budden- baum, Cornelius, Bradbury, Morgan, Wolter, Weiss. Absent: Homburger. MR. KRUEMPELSTAEDTER Bot- tom row: Speiker, Rennolds, Buck- holtz, White, Arguello, Diaz. Second: Leondedis, Madden, Hall, Finks Brennan, Luke. Third: Chandler Footlik, Stilp, Fisher, Druger, Mr Kruempelstaedter. Fourth: Goeben, Mauk, Mies, Hodgson, Martin, Keller Absent: Diaz, Farwell, Magm, rhoml BS. MR. LARSEN Bottom row: Weather- head, Runnfeldt, DeHetre, Ziedman, Truong, Verdonck, Gidwaney. Sec- ond: Stein, Yaskot, Janssens, Dubois, Robinson, Lissner, Turk. Third: Wie- land, Mintz, Knoll, Trent, Yolles, Nedoss, Mr. Larsen. Fourth: Nold, Snider, Jordan, Anderson, Goodlad, Loeb. Absent: Cavallino, Cooper, Hauldren, McGinnis. i 1 1 v Juniors MRS. LEGGETT Bottom row: Merrik, Adamson, Carlin, Nagel, Eadie, Wiley, Johnson. Second: Carr, Baylin S uires Johnson Simon Ka , Be q r i 1 Y ' rend. Third: Goodall, Burggrabe, Gramm, Smith, Broderick, Will, Mrs. Leggett. Fourth: Moline, Shelton Abrams, Burnside, Rammelt, Hind- sley, Lazar. Absent: Londrigan, Sol berg, Stapleton. MS. MEDWIN Bottom row: Cohen McLaughlin, Lebedow, Royal, Oda Levi. Second: Donnelly, Ware, Wise Purcell, Phillippi, Winner, Smith, Gen- tles. Third: Mincheff, Hemsey, White, Foley, DiCanio, Balfe, Mattox, Ms. Medwin. Fourth: Greer, Mizen, Gib- bons, Cohn, Shatkin, O'Malley Rosenthal. Absent: Allen. MR. MONAGHAN Bottom row: Schwartz, Blakeslee, Okumura, Mar- gulies, Breen, Braun. Second: Mine- vitch, Orlov, Lee, Vogel, Wilson, De- Mitchell, Rosen: Third: Turner, Pinker- ton, Czarnota, Josehart, Rein, Eca- now, Mr. Monaghan, Fourth: O'Con- nor, Ziehuski, Williams, O'Bryan, LaPorte, Kaloch, Cacioppo. Xxgli l N015 1 amvirm 1 MR. MORRISON Bottom row: Greene, Begoun, Lederer, Selvaggio, Schumann, Lipman. Second: Koloms, Frank, Zagon, Llhm, Warner, Leven, Mr. Morrison. Third: Wolin, Sangston, Miller, Paterkiewicz, Fetger, Fischer. Fourth: Johnson, Smith, Hall, Bisulca, Morgan, Hill, Rutherford. Absent: Gaber, Schellenberg. MORRISON 263 Juniors MR. ROUTENBERG Bottom row- Bellows, Greenhow, Leff, Blacklow. Second: Goldstein, Rosenblum Hoover, Cavanaugh, Liu, Gutter Page. Third: Axer, Madden, Swartz Rothschild, Shattuck, Mason, Mr Routenberg. Fourth: Bloom, Berlin Samuelsen, Kurlander, Erick Schriedel. Absent: Higgins Tuchman. MR. SCHABEL Bottom row: Cap- pelen, Mason, Bronstein, Raphaelian, Wallach. Second: Hirsch, Mesch Marana, LaBahn, Muller, Third: Coyle: Blanco-Gonzalez, Nordgren, Weis- mehl, Mr. Schabel. Fourth: Fried- richs Schneider Howard Co Carl , , , PP, - son, Slater. Absent: Gildsmith, Runn- feld. 264 NARO MRS. NARO Bottom row: Alvarez Glassman, Bosco, Kousi, Vanvlier- bergen, Lear. Second: Vandenbosch, McCann, Momtahan, Farruggia, Freeman, Levin. Third: Greenberg, Klauke, Udell, LeJeune, Weddle McCook, Keefe, Mrs. Haro. Fourth: Pieper, Nagle, Connolly, Dillon, Wil- liams, Movius, Allsebrooke. Absent: Berger. MRS. PARTRIDGE Bottom row: Jacobson, Halpin, Silverstein, Smider, Gould, Friedlander. Second: Almond, Claffey, Bendy, Smith, Zweig, Witcoff, Marzullo. Third: Pirsein, Bettis, Q'Rourke, Gillis, Buchmann, Flem- ing, Mrs. Partridge. Fourth: Mitchel, Friedman, Lind, Packard, Darnton, Gray, Riley. Absent: Porter. MR. STEVENS Bottom row: Stark man, Blake, Tulloss, Novak, Agustin, Weigand, Klein, Second: Pagano, Ashley, Oseland, MaGuire, Musil, Mar- tini, Weiner. Third: Rabinowitz, Ble- sius, Sullivan, Fetkenhour, Folland Klauke, Mr. Stevens. Fourth: Scott, Plimpton, Wilson, Gurney, O'Connor Mertz, Parr, Rossen. Absent: Vasil latos. MR. STREIGHTIFF Bottom row: Sciarra, Mena, Vaisrub, Aschari. Second: Kyle, Kuzniewicz, Walsh, Wallace, Fischer. Third: Kim Drobny, Krepp, Gross, Leonard, Mr. Streightiff. Fourth: Josellis, Bussey, Gramza, Aron, Ellman. Absent: Burr Hargett, Hinman, Johnson, Tomory. MISS SWEERS Bottom row: Watts Beerman, Mintz, Kaplan, Birndorf Coleman, Zanarini. Second: Hicks Donahue, Meyers, Lindstrom, Crown Eby, Cuccio, Maland. Third: Lindahl, Stern, Iverson, True, Houston, Bal- sam, Carley, Miss Sweers. Fourth: Bradley, Shaw, Johner, Beaman, Badgely, Desser, Dierickx. Absent: Christenson, Singleton. MISS VALDIVIESO Bottom Row: Frank, Rankin, Gray, Stone, Schwarz- bach, Matsuda. Second: Levin, Ema- nuel, Dorfman, Freedman, Kramer Thalmann, Koy.Third: Takegawa, Hermes, Schlifke, Bishop, Rothbart, Kaplan, Miss Valdivieso. Fourth: Fras- er, James, Lincoln, Benfield, Ewing, Jaquith, Julian. Absent: Alexander, Gridley. VALDNIESO 265 Juniors 1 v r Students opt for an alternative way While some are content to follow the traditional route, others need a chance to create their own paths. The Alternative School provides the opportunity for the independent student to take responsibility for his own education. Through self-motivation and commitment to learning, members of the school build unique structures that answer to their own educational needs. This year the Alternative School staff was headed by Jack Mattox, Arline Paul, Bill Gregory, and Vernoy Johnson, who offered their guidance to the schools students in designing their individual curriculums. ln addition to these facilitators, volunteers from the community were invited to teach a variety of classes to interested students. The staff joined the sixty-five Alternative School members in decision-making "Town Hall" meetings. Modeled after Quaker assemblies, these meetings provided an opportunity for students to discuss school policies and arrive at a group compromise. ln order to encourage open communication between students and staff members, the facilitators organized twelve-person community groups. ln these groups students and adults were able to converse freely on a variety of interesting topics and to plan their own social activities. The Alternative School offered many different learning experi- ences to each student that fulfilled graduation requirements. Classes ranged from nutrition to Marxism, from calculus to law, and from the Manchu Dynasty to Vietnam. This year a unique class was created to examine the problems and laws concerning drinking and driving. Under the supervision of Jack Mattox, four students flew to Washington, D.C., to attend the International Symposium on Drinking and Driving. .1 '- . fumwemsiwwgwf 266 ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL In order to make a more meaningful assessment of each student's work, the school substituted a three-part evaluation process for the conventional letter-grading system. ln the first phase of the evaluation, students write a summary of their study in order to take an objective look at the structure of the course. After reviewing the class, the members then chart their personal progress and accomplishments in the study. The teacher con- cludes the process by commenting on the students work and contribution to the class. The support group, consisting of a few people and a facilitator, provides another check on academic progress and completion of graduation requirements for Alterna- tive School students. A unique and exciting learning opportunity offered by the Alternative School was the internship program. The main objec- tive of this program was to expose the student to a particular trade or profession by giving him "hands on" experience. Working with neurosurgeons, disk jockeys, accountants, psychiatrists, and newspaper editors, members acquired valuable skills and knowl- edge in a field of their interest. Independent study was another approach to learning which was offered by the school. This study gave the student an opportunity for a one-on-one tutorial that lasted from three weeks to a semester with a specialist on a specific topic. Through these different learning opportunities, Alternative School students acquired the valuable ability to explore their interests and pursue their goals. They participated not only in the creation of their own education, but also in the educational experience of their peers. Finding their own way through high school, these self-motivated people prepared themselves to blaze their own trails in the future. O is., :gt - K L,,. 'apr xi' A I Jqvzx -,,' 'i Q f ' Q ,f R 1 ii Left: Students Kyle Gordon, Andy Hirsch, and Steve Goodie lighten up the Alternative School with their har- monic music. Far left: Facilitator Ver- noy Johnson points Andy Hirsch in the right direction. Extreme upper left: Kyle Gordon finds the key to learning through an Alternative School music program. Above left: Dave Kelley takes a bite out of the Alternative School's Apple computer. Above: Senior April Trob practices her prose on a receptive audience. tEpstein, Epstein, Epstein, Epstein, Hoffman, Epsteinl ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL 267 WD 3 Right: With a smile of relief, Senior John Berkson finishes writing his se- mester evaluations. Below right: With occasional frustrations, students or- ganize their studies for the upcoming semester. Below: In their free time, Alternative School students John Flaherty and Lachi Proffit flip through literature for new ideas. lHoffman, Ep- stein, Hoffmanj W. A K, 268 ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL M -Q 'rf-" F M WF' Aix ,. M ,MM . 5 Q a 8 -ew--,....,,,,,,, Q f, ...W M Q I M,,,,-'ww , ., . "1 . 2d 'V' 'QQ-nhl' "TL ,M,,.,,,,,,, t :gg - ii' I ,f ,N .. ,MNH 0 iz' 5, , . n G t -'Lo TN: MR. GREGORY Bottom row: McCutchen, Hirsh, Wilneff, Jensen Mr. Gregory, Lesnik, Bennett, Lefley Doren. Second: Markovich, Sendel: bach, Dietrich, Seidenberg. MR. JOHNSON Bottom row: Fuiji, Brady, Gruenberg, Bash. Second: Zbaraz, Gold, Negronida, Hoffman. Third: Ransom, H. Rashkow, Sims, D Rashkow, Mr. Johnson. MRS. PAUL Bottom row: Thompson, Adler, Hicks, Allen, Mrs. Paul. Second: Candler, Blake, Zbarez, Proffit, Trob, Brumlik, Bedno. Third: McMans, Be- zark, Cohen, Gordon. MR. MATTOX Bottom row: Malloy Mr. Mattox, Bellanca, Flaherty, Esko Premack. Second: McManus, Zelden Majafi, Lindstrom. Third: Kurtzman Goodie, Dell, Pankovich, Kelley. ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL 269 Seniors PETER O'NEIL CHRIS DUNN Presd t V p d I WANTED 'Zu s.f..L' ooooo NAME: l.D.9If: WANTED FOR: DESCRIPTION: LAST SEEN: WARNINGIII: 00 0000 Steven "Slump" Senior OOOOOO Blackmailing fteachers and rela- tives for college recommenda- tionsl, leaving campus, forgery of parking sticker Fully mature, over six feet tall, col- lege T-shirt funtuckedj, casual laid-back stride Heading north, diploma in hand Steven has a superiority complex. He has survived four years of New Trier and will not be easily re- strained. He may have crossed the border by now. HOLLY CARTWRIGHT MAGGIE WEINSTEIN Treasurer Secretary FM, + -4 HAROLD SEVERNS JEAN KIXMILLER Advisor Chairman Advisor Chairman 270 SENIORS Lincoln Marshall Abbey Heather Carroll Abrams Monica l. Abramson Richard Lawrence Abt Steve D. Acuna Garrett Jay Adams ,, , , ' , mf 1 gl W O4 ZH' if ' 'W 1 5, f J M.. , 4 f ' "' " i,, , Xl Louise Helene Alves Nick J. Ames Cindy Marie Anderson Colleen E. Anderson Joyce M. Anderson Kirsten A. Anderson wil ,ov Z mi Seniors SENIOR STEERING COMMITTEE Bottom row: O'NeiI. Second: Hirshtriti, Needleman, M. Weinstein, Carlson, Borkovitz, Monroe, A. Weinstein, Dunn, Comin, Brierly. Third: Tyrrell, Adelman, Shadlen, Fine, Coffield, Bergman, Allans, Mack, Simon, Crown, Cartwright. Fourth: Wood, Stein, O'Callaghan, Coyle, Newman, David, Soloman, Tschudy, Crawford, Weinberger, Gordon. Fifth: Mr, Severns, Trott, Coltman, Weiser, Huck, Kenny, Munns, Quinn, O'Brien, Ms. Kixmiller. Absent: Allen, Black- low, Cra g, Lacroix, Perlow, Siegel, Steinke, Stern, Thesing. 1.49 t I ff . X. I , l Wendy Michelle Adelman Eric D. Adelstein Stephanie Faith Adler Yuko Aimi David Stanley Albertson ' Julia T. Alenson " Vw -7 ' K 4 Krista Renee Alexander Stephanie Frances Allans David Donald Allen Shaun Leigh Allen Mark Douglas Allsteadt Deidre Gay Alvarez SENlORS 271 Seniors , an W Christopher E. Bailey James Richardson Ball Stacey L. Balsley Victor Bannon-Harwood Heitor Baptista Christopher J. Barber Alan Joseph Bauer Stuart Robert Baur Brian Jeffrey Bear Joy Elizabeth Beardsley Lynn Frances Beaubaire Laura S. Beck Michael Hamilton Beck Margaret Bliss Beebe Ethon Douv Begoun Frank Ci. Belko Bruce Austin Bell Carla Marie Bellanca 272 SENIORS Wendy W. Anderson David Kenneth Andrew Emilie A. Andrews Ninos G. Andrews Susan Alexa Andros Thomas John Applegate Nancy E. Arden Sue Linda Arguello Mary Elizabeth Armstrong Steven C. Aronson Tina Margareta Askenas Siri Irene Baekgaard Steven Daniel Barger Kathryn Martin Barkley Robert A. Barnes Edith Sims Bartell Lesley Ellen Barton Elizabeth L. Bass vb Robin Ann Below Michael Thomas Bendy James Bennett Jeffrey Warner Bennett William Bennett Thomas M. Benoist Jill Stacey Benson Robert Alan Berger Katherine Stuart Bergman Blake M. Berish Howard S. Berk Sandra Ruth Berlin ,ox Diane Berlinger Adam K. Berman Jo Ann Berman Karen Margeaux Berman Miriam Berman Steven David Berman Jill Marla Bernstein Sean Bezark Christine F. Biehl Nancy Ellyn Bieluwka Andrew J. Bieschke Cathy L. Birkenstein Carl A. Blommaert Jeffrey C. Blomstrom Eric Andrew Bloom James R. Bloom Michelle Janet Bloom Janet Elizabeth Blum Ann Elizabeth Boyd Charles A. Boyle Michael James Bradley Lisa R. Bradner Marcy Lynn Brandin Debra Joy Brandwein Barbara Ann Brattleaf Patrick Lyons Breen Lisa Ann Brennan Dan Brennan Michael l. Brennan Stephen Aaron Brenner Seniors ,Q -,-A-M Patricia Ann Biskis Kenneth L. Blacklow Bernardo Blanco-Gonzalez Amy Bleser Thomas Edward Bleser Carolyn Blodgett Elizabeth L. Bogart William H. Bohnsack Kelly Michelle Bolan Michael B. Bolan Thomas Randolph Bolduc Virginia M. Borelli Laura Lee Borkovitz Elizabeth Ann Borre Michael Lee Borsotti Tracy Elms Bothfeld ig. Richard V. Botthof Charles Augustine Bowe I SENIORS 273 Seniors Kathleen Elizabeth Burke David Owen Burns Roderick Burns Laura M. Burr David Butterworth Mark R. Cahan Kevin Patrick Cain Sarah Ellen Calderini Donna Somers Calhoun Mary M. Callaghan Kristen Marie Campbell Patrick J. Campbell Katherine Weller Campion Lisa Marie Canafax Hilary Cannon Leighann Cantor Declan Patrick Carew Tim J. Carey Peter Keith Carlson Gary Charles Carmell Kevin D. Carney Hollis Muir Cartwright Elizabeth Anne Casey Heather Anne Cawley 274 SENIORS Christopher Kit Brett John White Brice lll Andrew Marvin Brick Bob Bridges Amy E. Brierly Revy Brill Kelley Louise Bristol Barbara E. Broderick Benjamin Alan Broitman Madeline Ann Bromberg Adrienne Price Brooks Lawrence L. Brott Marcy Ann Broutman Nan Spangler Brumitt Daniel J. Brumlik Elizabeth Montgomery Bryan Barbara Ann Bryant Kimberly Ann Bryant Mary E. Bryant David Wilmar Buchen Tamara G. Buchman William H. Bunge Patricia Ann Burgert Duane Neil Burghard Real Seniors don't eat quiche Real Seniors . . . have beaten the system don't wear funny hats to parties are slumped in November can appreciate both Simon and Garfunkel and The Talking Heads plummet into second semester with reckless abandon know how to waste gas write college applications overnight know their parents are right 37.497, of the time have "connections" can deal with McDonalds at 7:00 a.m. have perfected their parents' signatures won't take public transportation don't need excuses Three things Real Seniors don't do in class: Q listen to a Walkman Q raise their hands fwhen Real Seniors talk, people listenl Q stay awake Three things you won't find in a Real Senior's backpack: Q books Seniors Four things a Real Senior never reads: Q diplomas Q college mail Q yearbook signatures funtil five years after graduationl Q anything in a foreign language Five great moments in Real Senior history: Q graduation Q P.E. uniforms fReal Seniors don't wash theml Real Senior Quiz Q bicycle lock How many Real Seniors does it take to change a lightbulb? 5,000. One to change it and 4,999 to blow it off. SENIORS 275 Seniors f rf' 'xr Harry F. Chamberlain Suzanne Marie Chambers Kimberly Susan Chapin David Charles Chapman Jennifer Chapman Sara White Chapman Alysia Y. Charles Richard Knight Charlton ll Jennifer Lisa Childe Kelly W. Choi Georgia C. Chresanthakes Eunu Chun Alexandra I. Ciric Joan Claffey David Stetson Clapp Sally M. Clark Anne Regina Clarke Philip A. Clarke Anne Clavin Erica J. Cleary Katherine M. Coffield Timna Cohen Alan Cole Philip Micheal Cole i f AM Gayle E. Connors Kadwerine Constan James B. Conte Brian James Cook Scott Cook Ciaran Mark Cooper V 276 SENIORS if 2,554 ,Li if I 'lg Q Q ff Lisa Coletta Emily Elizabeth Collias Denis James Nicolas Comeau Jeri Darlene Comin Patricia Dianne Conn Nora Kathryn Connor David L. Cooper John Christopher Copp Wendy S. Cordek Marylynn Ann Corns Steven Lyle Corp Matthew Joseph Coughlan Patrick D. Coyle Karyn K. Cragg Jeffrey David Cramin Allen Brien Crane Susan L. Crane Barbara E. Crawford Susan H. Creath Thomas Daniel Croisant Andrew R. Cross Judith Crown Thomas Milton Cullen Ashlyn Ann Cunningham Richard Edwin Curley Ann Eleanor Curtiss Andrew Robert Dalkin Edwin Barnett Dangerfield Elizabeth Marie Daniels Lesley Katherine Dauer Jennifer Anne David Karen J. Davis Todd Anthony Davis Susan Ellen Day Kathryn Sue Deason Suzanne Decoster Debra Jill Diamond Laura Elizabeth Dickson Anthony John DiClementj Jeffrey Paul Dietrich Glenn D. Dill Keith M. Dillon Michael Scott Drew Frank David Drummond Adam Hutchison Dublin Karen L. Dubrow Amy Hope Dudley Rolf L. Dufer Roderick F, Duff Steven H. Dukatt Elizabeth A. Dunkel Christopher John Dunn Joan Marie Dysart Sam Loftis Eadie Seniors Cynthia Victoria Decroocq Emily LeVally Dell Linda Jeannine Dell Daniel duVal Dent Charles V. Desrosiers M. Allison Detrner M. Kelley Dold Margaret Walker Donahue Frederic Donnelly Amy Beth Dordek Elizabeth Ellen Dowen Debra Ruth Dreier SENIORS 277 Seniors Garrett Reynolds Ellis Kathleen Jill Ellis Jennifer L. Elman Lauren Elizabeth Elmore Cary T. Epstein Lori Joy Epstein Neil Emmett Erzinger Angela Evangelista Susan L. Evans Claudia Guimaraes Fadel Arnold Lee Fagan Paul Christopher Fargo Matt Fasano Marsha Sue Feffer Johnathon C. Fehr Louis J. Feldman Pamela D. Ferdinand Anita Jo Ferrero Leslie Merideth Fox Carol Renee Foy Robert Frankel Timothy J. Frankel Kathleen Frechette Kristen Frechette 278 SENIORS Al P 3 Eric Stanley Eberhardt Edward Allen Eckert Patricia K. Edwards Jose V. Eguiguren Roger Ehrenberg Eve M. Ellis Eric John Fiegen Jeffrey Scott Fine William W. Firestone Rick Arthur Fish Sally L. Fisher Stacy L. Fisher Robert l. Fishman James G. Fitzgerald John Francis Flaherty Patrick D. Flaherty Jr. Jami Lee Flake Margaret Ann Fleming Stephen Flinn Michael Dawson Foley Amy Freya Folkoff Charles Folland Nancy M. Foran John Eric Forsyte 'Wind Seniors Are you a Real Senior? Would you cry at the end of "Brian's Song?" Did you watch the State Soccer Tournament? Do you know where the ducks go in winter? Do you think E.T. is a wimp? Have you gone to a New Trier jazz concert? Have you ever been to the smoking area? Do you park within two blocks of school? Do you come to school with wet hair? Do you have fewer than four classes? Would you be the Trevian mascot? Number of YES responses: 8-10 January Graduate 6-8 Real Senior 4-6 Pseudo Senior 2-4 Five-Year Plan 0-2 Quiche Eater SENIORS 279 Sen iors Julia M. Freeman Thomas Albro Frei Scott Jon F reidheim Deanna Desiree French David J. Friedman Scott W. Friedman Scott Charles Friend Jeffrey Michael Frient Julia M. Frommeyer Jacqueline Ann Front Thea W. Fujii Lynn Marie Fusco - if X J. ' V '47 as in Dani Goldsmith Helene Susan Goldstein Eric F. Goll Lisa Anne Gollub Jessica Austin Golub Amy Marie Gomez Carolos Miguel Gonzalez Martin Foster Good Steven J. Goodie Charles I. Gordon Craig L. Gordon Leslie Beth Gordon 280 SENIORS K1 Henrik Gaddefors Maury Scott Gantman Matthew John Gantz Margaret Elizabeth Gardiner Michael J. Garret Susan Gately Adam Daniel Gault Debra Geannopoulos Kathleen Ann Geary Lisa Ellen Gelfond Jill Marie Geniesse Lorna Gerber Francis J. Gerlits John Arthur Gescheidel Erika Gibbs Gregory S. Gibson Elizabeth Anne Gillies Patrick Sean Ginty 1419 Susan Heather Glatt Edward Craig Gold Lawrence A. Gold Michael David Gold Caroline Jessica Goldberg Keith Adam Goldberg -4.0 ,yi Robert Andrew Gordon Lilly J. Goren Jeff J. Gormanous Catalina Marpha Gorrity Debra L. Gould Elizabeth J. Gould Laura Susan Gould Thomas Arthur Gould Jennifer A. Graham William Scott Graham Christian B.Gramm Camerine B. Granath ga Z Richard B. Hain Kathy Lynn Haith Michael K. Haldenstein Ann K. Hallenberg James Townley Hamman Matthew W, Haney Timothy James Hanigan Elizabeth C. Hanley Jeffery Louis Hansen Todd Randell Hansen Maurice Edward Hardy lll Melinda Hardy T17 42" 9.1 4 -v . 0 , J in , ff f rf' l 4 A Seniors 552 .- - fig ' J Q l H .J 42 Harry J. Grand Jennifer Riley Grannan James Avrum Gray Thomas G. Greanias Mark D. Greenberg Jennifer Lynn Greene Amy Melissa Greenstein Gregg W. Greenstein Andrew Grene Grego Alison Jay W. Tod J. ry Grene Gail Griffith Griffiths Grimm Risa Gruenberg Jill Barbara Grundeis Jason M. Grunow Joan Marcia Gurvey David Audrey Ellen Haberman Susan Katherine Hackett Jill Loren Hadel Jacquelyn Rose Haderlein John P. Haffey Shari Lynn Haft wi we-4 SENIORS 281 Seniors Tom M. Harney Jason Bennett Harris Wendy Lynn Harrow Paula Mary Hart Eileen Marquerite Hartigan Jean Louise Hartman Mary Suzanne Hartman Kim Danielle Hasenbeck Jamie B. Hawk J. Devereaux Hawley Donald John Hayes Maria E. Head Catherine A. Healy Stieg B. Hedlund Timothy Jonathan Heilizer Channing J, Heiss Donald M. Helf Meah E. Helfand Julie M. Henderson George K. Hendrick Andrew Joseph Hennessey Patricia A. Hennessy Robert A. Henry Carol P. Herlocker fr we 41 f J1- 'L Jane Anne Herman Michelle Sue Herman Roger Joseph Heroux Mark W. Herron Joseph I. Hershman Beth J. Herzon 2 q ag ,I . -ff' 282 SENIORS Mary Elizabeth Hickman Leslie Anne Hiering Maura Patrice Higgins James Lloyd Hilgendorf Steven Hill Andrew Aaron Hirsch Amy Sue Hirschel Laura A. Hirschritt Kelly M. Hoag Richard S. Hoagland Carrie Elizabeth Hoback Robert Hoff Cynthia R. Hoffman Elizabeth Eden Hoffman Monalise Hoffman Marjorie Hoit Elizabeth I. Holland Jocelyn Ann Hollander lt all started when ldon't know, it's all a haze to me. l'm running as fast as l can. My palms are sweaty. l trip and fall into a small ditch, full of water, and . . . slugs, l guess they were. l got up, looked at the bruise on my elbow, and remembered, l either laughed or cried. These four years of high school were nothing to me, or maybe everything, l'm not sure which. What if l don't get in? What if the college doesn't like me . . . it's all unclear . . . l should have played a sport, or have been a genius, or maybe neither. Well, if l don't get in, there is always the forest preserve, or the train tracks, or maybe neither. Then I got up, looked at my elbow, and pulled off a slug, it made a rather obscene popping noise. l ditched two classes to get home early, or maybe it was three, but it's all relative after all. Maybe it was four. l plopped my books on the table, and the dog was barking at me, or maybe it was really laughing. Then Mom stood there, elaborately robed in Seniors pink and green, and she had a gun, or a knife, and a couple of envelopes, or maybe it was three, but anyway they were all labeled: From: College of Your Choice To: Student who may or may not be of our choice l don't know, l'm confused. lt's all a haze. My mother laughs, as her pink pinkens and her green glows, and the dog barks, and the envelopes laugh, or maybe it was me . . . "Well, doctor, l usually wake up at this point in the dream. l've been having it ever since l took PSAT's junior year. l just can't figure out what to do." I SENIORS 283 Seniors Alicia Annette Howard Harlan Hilton Howard John Chamberlain Huck Jacqueline Blair Hueter John W. Hughes Thomas M. Huguelet Virginia Hummel Ann Gordon Humphrey Barbara Evelyn Hunt Mark Hunt Peter Douglas Husak Melissa Lee Hussey Paul R. Ingersoll Daren M. Jackson Shanna Virlizabeth Jackson Christopher William Jacobs Jennifer Susan Jacobs Carolyn Lee Jaeck Phillip A. Jaffe Elizabeth Anne Janoski Cassandra Anne Jansen Peter James Janus Gerald Anthony Jeffris Anne Marie Jensen 284 SENIORS f -8 Susan Julia Holmberg Lauris Lynne Holmes Todd B. Hood Desiree Hoolhorst Laura Hopper Katherine G. Horky fr Bevin Gabrielle Horn Alec Victor Hornstein James Bruce Horsch Lisa Marie Hosken Diana Christine Hossack Robert G. Houghtlin lll A Paul Louis Jean Jentel Krista Marie Johnsen Julie L. Johnson Mark Kenneth Johnson Steven Louis Johnson Cyrena Jones Kari Jonsmoen Stephen Edward Jordan Sandy L. Judson Stephen Randall Jump Douglas G. Kambich Michael L. Kaminski Stuart Alan Kantoff Gabriel Kaplan Lesley A. Kaplan Wendy Sue Kaplan Jerry Karaganis James l. Karmin Renee lla Katz George Glean Kaydea Jr. Allison R. Kayne Laura Mary Kearney Stephanie Mills Keay James Michael Kedroski Kevin John Klanderman Jennifer Lynn Klarfeld Mary Joy Klebba Debra Lynne Kleiman Jacques H. Klein John David Klein Karen Elizabeth Klem Kip R. Kliegerman Mark Peter Knobel Joseph C. Knorr Jeffrey S. Kohan Kimberley Ann Kontrick 'iff' ...M nf, ff Seniors Meret Andrea Keller David Ross Kelley Andrew Kennedy Kelly John Kelly Siobhan Marie Kelly Theresa M. Kelly Robert Isaac Kenny Philip D. Kepler Rosina Jeanette Keren Kathryn Thompson Kerr Anne Marie Kerwin Phillip James Kerwin Camille Nadia Khodadad Lisette Kielson Elizabeth J. Kiem Chad Kiess Eunna Kim Colleen C. Kingsley James David Kingwill Victoria Ellen Kipley Stacey Lynn Kipnis Christopher C. Kitzman Heather Dawn Kitzrow Marc Evan Kiven 430 SENIORS 285 Seniors Michael A. Kooker Christopher l. Korwin Kimberly Marie Kotila Kathryn Ann Kovitz William Cowing Krogman Mara G. Krumins Keira M. Kuhs Kristen Kullby Laura Beth Kupperman Francis Joseph Kutschke Doug C. Kutz Jeffery Jay Kwait Patrick Lederer Philip Greg Lederer Susan S. Lee Joshua Phillip Lefley Kamerine Ann Lenhart Blaine R. Y. Lesnik Richard Paul Levee Geoff Scott Levin Jordan B. Levin Elizabeth M. Levine Richard P. Levins Glenn P. Levy 286 SENIORS Christopher H. Kye Kit Kyle Christopher M. Lacroix Michael William Lair Mary Ellen Lambert Bolt Lamotte Catherine Maria Lampert Evan A. Lancaster James R. Lasky Susan M. Lavelle William Lawrence Jeffrey Todd Lazarus Susan B. Levy Dan David Lewinbuk Ronald Lewinbuk Anne Elizabeth Lezama David Keith Licata Karen M. Lieberman Suzanne Jo Lifson Susan Lilienthal Samuel K. Lim Karen K. Lin Timothy V. Lin Evert Thomas Lindberg A day in the life With a bright smile, Tommy Triship welcomes another exciting day at New Trier High School. Tom applies the principles of dream analysis which he learned the previous period in psychology class. Many second semester seniors do not realize that Gourmet Cooking 429 entails homework. Seniors Expressing his individuality, Tom consults the Preppy Handbook before getting dressed. Tom is in fine physical shape after four years of PE. After four years at New Trier, Tom finally learns to use his head while writing an English paper. SENIORS 287 Seniors Shari Lee Lindsey Duncan Bruce Lingle Deena Margo Lippitz Todd D. Lipsich Kathy A. Lissner Linda S. Liu 'fe gm F, Eff if V Lina E. Lubbat Sam G. Lubbat Marcus Ludwig Kamleen T. Lyons Mary Kathleen Lyons Patricia B. Lyons , .gfgyp , 4 .V vy i' L , yil: , ..,y' Sheri Lynn Marcus Mary Margaret Marquardt Mona T. Marquardt David C. Marran Gary G. Marsh Katherine Ann Marsh Dwanye Tim Maxwell Gregory Charles Mayer David Dietrich Mazza Dierdre McAllister William Andrew McBride Paul McCabe 288 SENIORS ...... ! .y.... . .... . ,.,. . ., H. IB. 1 1 ff. ffv ,f 5. James W. Loarie Caroline Anne Lober Elizabeth Ann Loftus Timothy Lone Carol E. Long Dan W. Loundy Mary Ann Mack Nancy E. Mack Edward G. Madayag James E. Mahoney Sheila Christine Mahoney Charles J. Malak John B, Malloy Thomas K. Malone Mary Brigid Maloney Julie Lynn Mals Eric Mancillas Daniel Franklin Mann George H Marshall Jr Amanda Jane Marson Megan Martin Gurty Massoudran Ward A Mathrsen Marjorie A Maurer 53+ fu Seniors I Denise Lynn McCarthy Margot Rose McCarthy Arawa K. L. McClendon Christina M. McCrea Grier Susan McCurdy Tom McDonald Anne Julia McGarry Daniel Evans McGuffin Daniel Xavier Mclntyre Sally Mueller McColl Bruce McConnell Elaine L. McCormick -. ...H Adam Marc Meek Melanie Meier Olga Marina Mella Jonathan David Meltzer Lisa Ann Mendel Suzanne Marie Merkel Tracey Karen Merwise David B. Metzner Christine Paula Meyers Elizabeth Ann Meyers John Paul Miceli Brook A. Millard '11 ,....,, Leslie Dawn Miller Melissa Noelle Miller Sallie Estelle Miller Steven Whitney Miller Susanna Brooke Miller Tom Miller 4 y "i'iil -4' o , M T Michael Jay McKeever Victoria McKune Kevin J. McLean James A. Mclt-leely George A. McRae Diane E. McShane JO '14 Daniel Louis Miller Dayna Lynn Miller Eric S. Miller Eva E. Miller Johnine Nancy Miller Karl Allen Miller wfmv ' Q. ff M fi ...ff i F 1 43 , Todd C. Miller Thomas Mark Millikin Susan A. Milling Amy Mills Carolyn W. Mills Margaret D. Mills SENIORS 289 Seniors Bradley T Monsees Jeremiah X Montague Sally B. Montgomery Sarah L. Moody Elizabeth C. Moran Wesley Robert Morden Blythe W. Morgan Sarah Lynn Morrissey Anne Rebecca Moyer Alex Mozner Lawrence R. Much Clare L. Muckerman Elena Muller-Bergh David F. Mulliken ,arf Maria Christine Mungy David William Munitz George F. Munns Scott William Munson Caroline Ann Murphy Christopher M. Murphy Jason Murphy Suzanne Madeleine Murray John Patrick Murrin Steven Thomas Nagle 290 SENIORS Greg Robert Miner David J. Minogue Jeffery Adam Mintz Julia Ann Mitchell Mary D. Mitchell Kimiko Miyazaki Todd Richard Mizener Ronald M. Moen Douglas Edward Moline Brian J. Moloney Daniella Lydia Monahan Timothy Stuart Monroe Melinda Zahra Naiaii Scott Michael Nathan John David Nauman Julia Ann Neary Todd Aron Needlman Elizbeth T Nelson Leslie Nelson Nick Nesbitt Cheryl Rae Newman Courtenay Leigh Newman Glenn W. Newman Christine Carey Newton My dinner with Andrea Seniors 4'7" -fr. 'Q kann As we walked into the dining room, Andreas father asked, "Brian, where are you going to college?" "Uh, it's Brad, sir, and as of now I'm really not sure. I'm keeping all my options open," I said. I guess that wasn't the right thing to say. I could feel Mr. and Mrs. Whittingham's piercing eyes. I knew I shouldn't have accepted Andrea's invitation to dinner. We sat down, and Mr. Whittingham began grace: "Dear Lord, thank you for the food before us, our health and our happiness. And please God, may Andrea be accepted to the college of her choice." I knew this was going to be a long dinner. There was a tense pause before Mrs. Whittingham broke the silence. "We could Ioan you some college handbooks. We found them very helpful." "No, thank you, I think I can use the ones at school, "I answered. "Tell me, Brian, what are your outside interests?" Mr. Whitting- ham drilled. "Well, I like to play the guitar and work on my Chevy." "Well, I guess the world needs musicians and ah mechanics," Mr. Whittingham said half-heartedly. I looked at the door and was tempted but restrained myself. Struggling to change to a more pleasant topic of conversation, I commented, "Uh, nice weather we're having." "Speaking of weather, what's your class rank?" I stuttered, "a little cloudy . . . ha, ha." My attempt at humor failed miserably. Mrs. Whittingham asked, "What are your SAT scores?" Mr. Whittingham joined in, "Have you taken ACTS yet?" Breaking into a cold sweat, I answered, "Could you pass the mashed potatoes, please?" I thanked Mr. and Mrs. Whittingham for a wonderful meal. My horoscope was right- I should have stayed in tonight. C SEINIIORS 291 Seniors Melinda L Newton Michael William Nicholls Anne Barbara Nicolazzo Karen E Nicolazzo Christopher J Nixon Benjamin Nolan James B Nold Peter C Nora David A Nordahl Eric Arnold Nordman Glenn P Oberlin Peter Andrew O Brien Brigid Marie O Shaughnessy Seiji Oyasu Desmond Sheldon Paden Joseph Cook Padjen Savitri P. Pai Leo S. Paik David J. Park Jacob Park Kathryn Anne Park Rodd G. Parmelee Edward Parsons Ronald Vincent Pateras Helen J. Pates Maggie Patterson Sharon Hilary Pearce Lisa Anne Pechtl Timothy Allan Peeples Andrew Martin Peilet James Rader Pelton Richard H. Pemble Arthur James Peponis Sanford E. Perl Steven Adam Perlove Lloyd Joshua Perlow 292 SENIORS Terrance John O Bryan William P O Callaghan John C O Connor Thomas F O Connor Tamar Leila Offer Nobiko Ohuchl John O Kieff Courtney Ann Olds Peter Brian O'lNleil Ted Onley Steve O'Reilly Brock William Orwig Ramiro E. Prudencio Jennifer Rouse Pryor Victoria S. Pryor Monique Katheline Puch Stephen Michel Puch Heather Ann Quinlan Peter T. Quinn William Martin Quinn John Richard Rabe Rebecca A. Radnor Wendy Lynn Rado Amy Nicole Rafanello Lisa Maria Ragner Charles M. Rahe John S. Ramaker Dori Ellen Rashkow Jill Ann Rasof Edie Ann Rast Susan Louise Rateike John Michael Raveret Kevin Stewart Ray Heather L. Read William Charle Rebstock Elizabeth Ann Reibman Seniors Anthony J. Perrella Bonnie Ruth Perry Timothy Paul George Perutz Frank Allen Peterson George Robert Pfutzenreuter Phillip Brooks Phair Anne M. Phelan Frank Linden Phillips Thomas Kennedy Pigott Diane Pinsof Alan Quentin Platt Daniel Kurt Plonsker Darrell Scott Pollack Hillary R. Pollock Michael L. Polydoris Rebecca Ann Porter Julie Gail Portnoy Victoria W. Potter James Alan Pottinger Patricia Jane Powell David Connor Prange Gary David Price Thomas Andrew Prince Scott Eric Pritikin 5 L, , t, t T2- , W ' 5 t 2 " i lv N --Hr 'R at it .cll , A tqls i L .. li I ,,, fr ',,, ' ii , . SENIORS 293 Seniors Elizabeth Ann Rifken Rachel Marie Rion Bryan Thomas Ripp Amy Helen Ritter Jill Eileen Roach Elliott Evan Robbins John C. Roberson Robert Roberson Marita Yvette Roberts Laura Beth Robins Jillian Robinson Katherine Marie Rolston Susan Elizabeth Reid Matthew L. Repasy Laura Michelle Respess Micheal Brian Ressler Karen Rose Retzinger David Samuel Rhodes Constance A. Riblet David S. Rice Mark M. Richardson Michael E. Richter Robert Lee Richter Allan L. Ries Marc E. Rosenfeldt Marc Brian Rosenman Andrew Rosenthal Fred H. Rosenwasser Pierre H. Rosing Daniel R. Rosman Paul Ross Marco G. Rossi Christopher C. Rossiter David Charles Rossow Matthew E. Rottman David Matthew Rownd Karine Rozenberg Allison Beth Rubin Laura Rachel Rubin Deborah A. Russell Denise Marie Russell Robin Ann Russell 294 SENIORS Michelle Sara Romanoff Laurence Morris Rose lra D. Rosen Susan W. Rosenbaum Stuart H. Rosenberg Neil Frederick Rosenbloom lll f.fs tv An alternative to education Future economists test the validity of the EPA. mileage estimates as their cars cross over the Wisconsin border. Seniors A young researcher evaluates the sociological effects of soap operas on the American psyche. Some innovative New Trier seniors excursion themselves to Wrigley Field to study the force of impact between a small sphere and a cylindrical object. Two enterprising New Trier seniors study the prospects of solar power in the Northern hemisphere. SENIORS 295 Seniors Susan B. Ruthman Greg Rutkowski Carolyn Beth Ruttenberg Stacey Beth Ruttenberg Daniel James Ryan Will Grant Ryan Kerry R. Sabanty Robin F. Sabath Steven Howard Sabath Martine T. Saccone Susan Carol Sachs Misa Sakauye Niklaus N. Salafsky Marion Carola Salchow Maureen Leslie Saltzman Masako Sano Stacey Jeanne Satherlie Steven M. Saunders Joanne Savage David Robert Savard Michael H. Savin Amy Waugh Saxton Mark S. Schaberg Douglas H. Scherer Eric Jonathan Scheyer Ann M. Schmid David Sheldon Schmidt Errol C. Schnepper Donna Kay Schroeder John Charles Schroeder Cynthia Elaine Schuessler James R. Schumann David Allen Schwartz William Scott Schwartz Elizabeth Eve Schwimmer Scot M. Schy David W. Seabright Mary T. Seabury Scott Seftenberg Christopher S. Segal Ginger Hilary Segel ...J 1'1- Z . f ...I 'K J'- lq :SJ f 19 1. 2. ' ' 2,53 Q -J j 1 W. , l 5743? J l la 2 A 34 t '93 Agia! ' ,Wil av fl sz 5, M ll gg, ff iraq.. M y W ia SM.. .25 fe A . 5 296 SENIORS William Henry Segil Peter B. Seidenberg Duncan Anthony Sennott Karin K. Seweloh Bruce S. Seymour "'r ff , . Q , .. X ,, 2' V 5 -Z k . . .4 V 1. Kenneth Charles Shadlen Jeffrey Alan Shaffer Christopher J. Shanahan Wendy H. Shanker Ellen l. Shapiro Susan Lynn Shapiro ,,al' ,amy I Farah Sohaili Julie Ann Sohn Kenneth Eric Sohn Elizabeth Jane Solomon Joshua A. Solomon Felicia Allyn Sommer +9 'iff Seniors Dennis Sharpe Jane Meredith Shawkey Timothy J. Sheehan Anne Greene Shelly Phillip Shelton Dennis Fong Shen David Wayne Shepherd Katherine M. Shepherd Stephen Martin Shepherd Brian William Sherman Jonathan Harry Sherman Roger F. Sherman Kathryn Lynn Shorr Gretchen Siegal Johanna E. Sievers Ellen M. Sigel Jeffrey Brent Silvers William Beal Silverstein Debra Lynn Simon Thomas Edward Simon Richard Denis Simonds Jr Susan M. Simpson Michelle Susan Sims John James Siuntres Jeffrey Keith Slack Gregory Thomas Sloan Bob Smessaert Carrie Ann Smith Cheryl Smith Henry Edward Smith ll Paul Joseph Smith Robert Franklin Smith Ross James Smith Ted Miles Smith Susan Elizabeth Sneider Susan Lynn Snyderman SENIORS Seniors Todd Craig Sommers Nancy Beth Soren Jonathan M. Sorkin Elliot H. Spagat George J. Spathis Joel Taggart Spears few ,ts to .. 1 'V . i .igg , i' rg 'ix Eric Jason Stein David Mark Steinberg Karen Elizabeth Steinke if . Adam K. Stern Harry Sandel Stern Pamela Danielle Stern T Ari Spector Nancy Ann Spigelman Cynthia Lynn Spinner Brian John Spitek Charles Anthony Stearns Brad Stein Elisabeth O. Sullivan Mary Lisa Sullivan Ted Sutherland Aaron Swerdlove Masayoshi Takegawa Charlie Carroll Talbot Wynne Alexandria Taylor William Harlan Teinowitz Andrew Peter Telford Hiroshi Terao-Witt Michael K. Tetzlaff Mary Elizabeth Thesing 298 SENIORS ff' 1-V Patricia Lynn Stern Betty Marie Stewart James Stewart Laurie Ann Stone Suzanne M. Strahorn Abby Lynne Strauss Carl W. Stremmel lll Carolyn A. Strom Michelle Carey Suckerman Diane Marie Sugarman Brian Stuart Sullivan David Joseph Sullivan Shoko Tanaka Mary Yuh Tang William Hugh Tassey Lea Marie Tatooles Stacy Lynn Taxman Bradley Robert Taylor Dllflgez H k rm: AND snsum, mms: X 19 Q 'S . 1 , QWKQQ Sz 3 kia" ' 'S' 49,0 NEVE C' H vt W? Hefxighow Q?- ' X Sim Gfwew 5 3, . me f 5 fa , Q X ' n N zuoqxwkgg. gli?-rugflx s , 1 'Zim if NEW! TRIER 6 49 HIGQQQ sq-loom. M Y DYOIFH E wana VQILAVEANT "' giwm ' 6 0lI'l'0F a 1983JwRfE ,Q A f QQQQW LIFE Q 1 5 D0 eww , 2 fffw,,4 Wf1gQ - EQWVQQCESS 3 . Wqwwbj vgfswoug PeaceufMmd.,,z my u Sgmx we 62500 gfeafegca ki 2. HIN ,O xg -Bra 079,340 'OSS I? OU "N5Wv7W0ST "0 "bo FUN ummm I ver 'WX6 PRECIQUS 'Wes IN S ' 39' 1 day af me be Q0 T ' igaswvffy -6 XSUN Jnely ' HPPWSS Q' DCM qwauuwr You PANIC! fy uns ro Know? Seniors Simon R Ticho Chris C Tilley Jill Adrienne Tindall Inge A Tkalcevic Mary Toan Joan Marie Tompkins James Charles Townsley Amy L. Trieschmann April Ariana Trob David E. Trott Thomas Scott Trotter Darcy M. Truger IVH af' Michael Vanderbosch Christine E. Vandeveld Leah B. Vaselopulos Ivan Vecchio Lisa Anne Vitikainen Carolyn Knowles Volken Marcy Sara Wagenberg Donald Henry Wagener William Joseph Wagner Valerie Rachel Waldman Maria Walk Mary Celeste Wallach 300 SENIORS Evan Thurston Thomas James Willard Thomas John Joseph Thomas Paul M. Thomas Jane Barclay Thompson Joseph W. Thornton Diep N. Truong Virginia Jean Trux Nai-Kang Tsao Oxanna Tschaikowsky Teresa A. Tschudy Juliann Tyrrell Robin Elaine Udariy Anthony C. Llfland Karlton Sungno Llhm James Van Cleave Catherine Hollis Van Pelt Janet K. Vandegraaff Caroline Wallen Cynthia Denise Waller Daniel Gorton Walsh Charles J. Walstad Leonard Ralph Wanger Christine V. Ward 'Alf 1-1' Roger Paul Ward Erin Melissa Warnke Marc David Wasser Stacy Annmarie Wassong Holly Waterman Catherine Ann Watkinson Audrey E. Weinstein Claudia Jean Weinstein Margaret E. Weinstein Martin Ross Weiser Howard Alan Weissman Richard J. Werner Sara Renee Western Christian Brooks White Suzan Rigsbee White Gioia A. Whittemore Susan Lynn Wilneff Charles Jay Winternitz Alan Wong Jeffrey Bryan Wood Margaret Hughes Wood Jeffrey Bernard Wright Amy R. Wunder Renee M. Yap Seniors Elizabeth Marie Watson Reid Wallace Webber Kendall L. Weber Laurie Wynne Weber Mark Alawn Webster Elizabeth M. Wegner Rebecca Margaret Wegner Thomas Matthew Weil Kathryn Ann Weinberg Beth l. Weinberger Michael K. Weiner William A. Weingarten William L. Wirpel Thomas Michael Witt Anne Elizabeth Wolf Leslie J. Wolf Robert V. Wolf Theresa Claire Wolfe Jennifer Gail Wolff Debra A. Woloshin James A. Wolter Rory S. Womack Chang Wu Won Sung Yun Won SENIORS 301 Seniors V y f,f, - lnvisible seniors Kirsten Andrews Philip Angelos Karyn Axelrod John Bennett John Berkson Lori Berland Loraine E. Bosler Maxwell Brennan James Cavallari Paul Clarke Bertram Coltman John Davis Raymond Demos Robert Dietrich Julie Doren Robert Firestone John Fletcher Lale Ciunc Michael Hayford Peter Hellstrom Scott Holleran Todd Horton Jennifer Kalman 302 SENIORS Miki Yasui Timothy Paul Ying John Zeddies Katherine Elizabeth Zibart Billy Robert Zibble Jennifer Sue Zibble Jami Lynn Zimberoff Tracy Zimmerman Julie Marie Zimmermann Jonathan Jacob Zion Gregory Paul Zogg Joan Leslie Zuckerman Juliann Freya Zummer Laura Lynn Zussman Robert Kamins Henry Kingwill Andrea Koppel Peter Kysar Linda Lantz Paul Malles Alexander Markovich Kris McCabe Peter McCutchen James McLaughlin Jeffrey Mincheff Mary Morre Mark Niedringhaus Carolyn Novak Mark Pankovich Scott Parent Earl Parrish James Parsons Stuart Pauker Daniel Premack Lachlan Proffit Gil Ramelli John Ransom Holli Rashkow Mark Rasmusen Todd Rhodes John Rielly Amy Rosen David Rubens Joseph Sauer Cynthia Schopen William Shinker Kelly Smith Cayce Snider Scott Sodikoff Peter Solber Kimberly A. Stark Lisa Stoumen Sean Sullivan Scott Sunagel Kaia Thompson John Llnferth Joel Weiner Eric Weiss John Wilson James Woodruff Have you ever been kicked out of the library? Have you ever pulled an all-nighter? Do you kiss on the first date? Do you know any freshmen? Have you ever been to a New Trier-sponsored dance? Will you miss New Trier next year? Do your parents know what you do on weekends? Do you have your own checking account? Can you name the president of Student Alliance? Do you have your own car? Have you ever seen Ralph McGee? Do you go home at lunch to watch "All My Children?" Are you familiar with the drinking age in Wisconsin? Do you know what ACT stands for? Have you ever been to a fraternity party at Northwestern? Do you have a curfew? Have you ever chosen to stay in on a weekend given the opportunity to go out? Have you ever been to an X-rated movie? Do you take questionaires in advisory seriously? Seniors girls The editors of TREVIA surveyed 171 seniors. The results are listed below boys 1 827, 757 897 787 M 737 807 801 807 702, 687 737 717, 757 667 507: 497 517 507 467' 547 Z 157 I 147 2178 367 Q 281 2293 M Q 2623 68,76 607 767 21,78 327 1 97 7 981 O 997 7, 547 677 37,73 427 - 331 43,73 577 I 271 617 641 577 4575 271' 647 347, 337 - 3677 SENIORS 303 NATIONAL MERIT SEVHFINALISTS Bottom row: Phillips, Aronson, Rosenman, Miller, Wng, Paik Second: A. Grene, G. Grene, Daniels, Hollander, Pinsof, Blanco-Gonzalez, Karaganis, Smith, Jentel, Bauer, Simonds, Ker- win, Hill, Ries, McGary, Salafsky. Third: Kye, Aimi, Savard, Lindberg, McColl, Marquardt, Canafax. Fourth: Kaplan, Haldenstein, Wright, Solo- mon, Watson, Rossow, Beck, Monroe, Hickman, Thomas, Campion. Ab- sent: Conn, Flaherty, Freint, Ham- mond, McCutchen, Saunders, Thorn- ton, Waldman. NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION Bottom row: Teinowitz, Brierly, Baur, Radnor, Rubin, Hoit, Offer, Stern, Goodie, Levin, Eguigieren, Abbey. Second: Mayer, Lim, Holmberg, Pearce, Pepo- nis, Ward, Drummond, Schuessler, Hardy. Third: Beaubaire, Golub, Lin, Applegate, Rosenbaum, Crown. Fourth: O'Callaghan, Shadlen, O'ReilIy, Trotter, Elmore, Cook, Munitz, Kliegerman, Sullivan, Ciric. Fifth: Murphy, Connors, Tsao, Chun, Frey, Cawley, Won, Kuhs, Reid, Res- pess, Pelton. Absent: Anderson, Andrews, Arden, Borus, Boyd, Buch- mann, Charlton, Cullen, Detmer, Firestone, Heilizer, Hughes, Ing- ersoll, Kamins, Kysar, Lin, McCor- mick, O'Connor, Segal, Smith, Spitek, Tang, Thesing, Ticho, VanDeGraaff, Wolf, Zogg. FRESHMAN HELPERS Bottom row: MacAllister, Rosenbaum, Kuhs, Wat- son, Granath, Kerr, Lippitz, Mar- quardt, Olds. Second: Allen, Husak, Kaplan, Bauer, Repasy, Fisher, Park, Read, Keller, Levy. Third: Friend, All- steadt, Gantz, Stearns, McKeever, Peponis, Bolduc, Curley, Murphy. Ab- sent: Segal. 304 DIRECTORIES X SENIOR GIRLS' ADVISERS Bottom row: Mrs. Arnoff, Miss Wayne, Crump, Mrs. Slezak,'Miss Johnson, Miss Niebauer, Mrs. Brinton, Mrs. Mrs. Bohrer, Mrs. Paul, Mrs. Gutnayer, Mrs. Owen, Mrs. Berman, Mrs. Whipple, Miss Donnell. Absent: Mrs. Calesini, Mrs. Spielman. Poyser, Mrs. Herzog. Second: Miss KixMiller. Mrs. Babigan, Mrs. 54 af , yy --we 3 ' pf. . SENIOR BOYS' ADVISERS Bottom row: Mr. Clark, Mr. Provow, Mr. Stewart, Mr. Burnside. Mr. Benson, Mr. Ledinsky, Mr. Ward, Mr. Groh. Sanders, Mr. Farrell, Mr. Klocker, Mr. Howell, Mr. Campbell, Mr. Mattuc- NJSGTIIC MF- JGCOIDSOU, MF- Barney. Mr. Padjen. ci, Mr. Klein. Second: Mr. Severns, Mr. Wolff, Mr. Hall, Mr. Whipple, Mr. DIRECTORIES 305 Shoot Yourself 'W H-Asim 11 wwf' 306 SOO O S 1 L w"" RAISIN BRAN 40'?f?F. i 5 SHOOT YOURSELF 307 Q- ,rf I , - 1 308 SHOOT YOURSELF ! .af 1 5 ,,,,....s rw.. 2 rfO , r 0 m Nx kfuf . v-1' Q: iw- ge Q M. 1 zin . , I N, M 3.5-K . K1 1: , . :it Q ! .rw s Q SHOOT YOURSELF 309 The times Sept. 8 Sept. 10 Sept. 12 Sept. 14 Sept. 20 Sept. 25 Sept. 26 Sept. 29 Sept. 30 Oct. 2 Oct. 5 Oct. 5-6 Oct. 6 Oct. 8 Oct. 13 Oct. 14 Oct. 15 Oct. 16 Oct. 18 Oct. 19 Oct. 22 Oct. 25 Oct. 26 Oct. 28 Oct. 31 Nov. 6 Nov. 10 Nov. ll 310 THEYEAR School starts Bears and New Trier lose season openers Go-Go's concert at Pop- lar Creek Princess Grace killed in auto accident Railroad and football strikes begin Northwestern wins over N.l.Ll. Mike Royko's first annu- al Rib fest held C.l.S. troops enter Lebanon Tylenol scare hits Chica- go land as several peo- ple are killed by cyanide- laced tab capsules TREVIA wins annual News vs. Yearbook soft- ball 6-4 Gubernatorial candidate Stevenson declares "l am not a wimp." "Who" concert at Rose- mont Horizon New poison found in California Tylenol C.l.S. unemployment hits 10.173, Illinois 12.593 Israeli tanks battle Sy- rians in Lebanon "Lick 'em up day" at New Trier Liberace sued for pali- mony N.T. football victorious over Maine South 54-O! Students dance at Funkfest! Boys' golf captures State Champi- onship Thompson widens lead over Stevenson in race for Governor Dow soars 20 points to 1019 Maverick automaker John Delorean arrested for dealing cocaine Stock market falls to lowest since 1925 8th cyanide-tainted cap- sule found in Chicago Global military spending recorded at 1 million a minute, 600 billion a year Record voter turnout in Chicago at 7293 , Repub- licans keep control of Senate in Washington New Trier football beats Evanston 26-25 Stevenson demands re- count, Thompson even- tually wins Veterans Day! Vietnam war memorial opens! Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec. Dec Dec Dec Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Lech Walesa freed ! Brezhnev dies ! Space Shuttle launched for the 5th time Andropov succeeds Brezhnev New Trier soc- cer loses to Granite City South in State finals New Trier advances to State football finals Reagan "hikes gas tax"! Garvey traded to Cubs Chicago Tylenol ban lifted! Happy Thanks- giving Bulgarian executive connected with Papal shooting Reavis beats N.T. 20-7 in State football finals Artificial heart starts pumping inside Barney Clark New Trier begins Christ- mas Tree Sale Washington Monument bomb SCareO New Trier Debaters win honors N.T. Winter festival Christmas vacation be- gins Andropov tightens security in t.l.S.S.R. Merry Christmas Walter Payton rushes for a total of 10,000 yards! Israel and Lebanon set up peace talks Riots flare in Miami Happy New Year! Lowest number of drunk driving deaths since 1949 F.B.l. investigates Chi- cago vote fraud Poland claims 1,500 still in prison after mar- tial law Insurance magnate Dorfman indicated in shady business deal Demolition of Howard Jr. High begins Chicago cop slain in South side shoot-out Mayoral candidates clash on city tax issue Guman kills Dorfman at Lincolnwood Hotel Dance Concert at New Trier N.T. school board trims 5850,000 from next year's budget Reagan "freezes spending" New Trier basketball beats Evanston Bear Bryant dies Superbowl Sunday, Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. 10 Feb.12 Feb.14 Jan.21 Feb.15 Feb.16 Feb.17 Feb.18 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 26 March 5 March 6 March 9 March 11 March 16 March 16 March 18 March 28 April 12 April 22 April 30 May 20 May 27 June 8 June 16 Redskins beat Dolphins 27-17 Nation's independent truckers go on strike Record 238.6 billion proposed for 1984 de- fense budget New Trier freshmen win gymnastic invitational Computer dance and ice cream social at New Trier lsraeli Cabinet meets to oust Defense Minister Sharon A.F.S. turnabout with "A Fine Mess" Hinckley takes drug over- dose 500 executed in Zim- babwe Teen birth control "squeal rule" barred! Knesset ousts Sharon Gacy stabbed Students victorious in 20th annual l.M. All-Star game A.F.S. day in Student Lounge Seven dollar O.P.E.C. price cut reported Harold Washington wins democratic nomination for Mayor of Chicago Tennessee Williams dies lllionois unemployment hits 13.596 Chicago Blitz beats Washington Federals in Ll.S.F.L. premiere Reagan calls nuclear freeze movement "a threat" Reagan asks for 110 million dollar increase in military aid to El Salva- dor ! New Trier Battle of the Bands. New Trier basketball loses to Benet at Super- sectionals "Finian's Rainbow" pre- mieres ! Jane Byrne de- cides to run for mayor as write-in candidate Final yearbook deadline Spring break begins Washington elected mayor Water ballet 1983 pre- mieres Math Club wins State Springfest Calliope Day Trevia Day Commencement is ""'f1Qj AWK l ! 1 fi, if 4-5, f ff LH if ' ,LS va- ' gi- X71 I -vc A it T , Nt- ,Q . H- ff? " ne" A chemist for the FDA checks Tylenol Capsules for Unemployment lines continue to rise in the industrial belt of the nation. Contamination. KAII pictures on this page are courtesy of World Wide Photos.J 'ls Su! Defeating incumbent Jane Byrne and States Attorney Richard M. Daley, Harold Washington is the eventual victor in the democratic nomination for mayor. 'fnw A 1 Two lsraeli soldiers battle against the PLO in Lebanon. THE YEAR 311 The room was cluttered with paper, pens, and stale Girl Scout cookies. We were assigned to write a closing, to sum up the year in a paragraph. As the ominous deadline quickly approached, we organized to find an underlying theme. Where was the central focus of this year? The image of Cowboys vs. indians can once again only be found on television. This year solidi- fied the bold new Trevian. We coped with tests, a tyrannical closed campus, and the always elusive parking spaces. On the whole, we overcame these obstacles and managed to raise our G.lQ.Afs, obtained authorized re-entrances, and minimized the low scholarships. Much to the chagrin of the 312 THE YEAR newly organized PADAA, the New Trier weekend was typified by parties. 8:l5 Monday morning meant snapping back into reality and the begin- ning of a new week. The teachers strived to ani- mate the stark black and white print of our text books. Classrooms were also brought to life by mul- ti-colored high-tops, silk ties, green hair, and red striped pants. No two people ever looked alike. With empty boxes of Girl Scout cookies, crum- pled paper, and frustrated minds, we drew the final conclusion that there is no conclusion. The innumerable memories which have formed our high school experience cannot be summarized or categorized. I MAN'S LIFE IS IN THE BLOOD, AND WHERE, IN TRLITH, DOES BLOOD SO STIR AS IN THE VEINS OF YOLITH? THERE IS THE LIVING BLOODg YES, VIGOR, TOO, CREATING LIFE, OF LIFE DAILY ANEW. YOLITH NEVER FLAGS AND SOMETHING DOES GET DONE, THE WEAKLINGS FALL, THE CAPABLE PRESS ON. GOETHE'S FALIST Pete Townshend and the Who rock the Rosemont Horizon. f President Reagan faces growing unrest in the second year of his term. iPhoto courtesy of World Wide Photos! As students travel through New Trier, they leave their traces behind. THEYEAR 313 Patrons We wish to thank the following members of the community for their generous support this year: A. Capriccio Aimee AJ.'s Place AI's Wilmette Standard Service Allen Visual Systems Alpine Pharmacy Antiques at 905 Anonymous Arena Hair Styling for Men Avery Murphy TV 6 Hi-Fi Binyon's Restaurant BMW by Fields Bob's Restaurant The Canvasback Chalet Nursery and Garden Shop Clausen Framing G Gallery Conney's Pharmacy Edens Plaza Merchants Association First National Bank of Vvinnetka Foodstuffs Gary's Dogs and Subs Glencoe Camera Supply Glencoe National Bank Greenbay Trail Fitters The Hamilton Shop H.C. Wienecke, Inc. Health Care Planning, Inc. Heather Higgins House Sales Huerbingers Imperial Motors, Inc. Ivory Isle Travel John's Glencoe Union '76 The Kenilworth Press 314 PATRONS Kenilworth Shoe Service L 8 A Stationers, Inc. La Belle Cuisine Lambrech's Jewelers Lyman-Sargent's Pharmacy Martin Breiner - Educational Consultant NJ. Westerhold Ill - Insurance O-T-D Corporation Park Avenue Bootery The Phoneworks Phototronics, Inc. Platters Ev Pipes POITETIS Electric Shop The Print Mint Ragtime Ltd. Ray's Sport Shop Reuss Sport S Ski of Wilmette Ltd. Ridgeview Restaurant Richard Drileck Insurance Agency Sanford Studio Spitzer Hardware Treasure Island's "Magazin Troopings T he Colour Villa Rosa Vose Bootery White's Drugstore Wilmette '76 Wilmette Bicycle G Sport Shop Wilmette Tailors S Cleaners Wilson-Jump Company The Winnetka Bank Winnetka Travel You Name It American Field Service .,... Altemative School ..,.,.. Badminton ......,.,.. Bands ........,.,.. Baseball ..........., Basketball - boys ..... Basketball - girls ..... Calliope ..........,.. Choir - Opera ...., Choirs ..,,,,,........ Clubs ...........,.... . . Crews ..............,..... Cross Country - boys ..... Cross Country - girls ..,. Dance Concert. ..,.. . . Debate. ,....... . . . , DECA ..,....., Fall Play ..... Fencing , . . . . Adams, Mrs. Suzanne .... , . . Agger, Mrs. Claire ...... Albert, Mrs. Ann ......... ...,.. Alger, Mrs, Judith ............,..,.. Almaguer, Mr. Benjamin ....,.,.. 135 Ambrozik, Ms. Linda ,...... , ..,. . Anderson, Mrs. Frances .... .,.. Anderson, Mr. J. Gary .... . . . Andrews, Mrs. Carol ...,.. . Applebaum, Mr. Robert ..... . Amoff, Mrs. Jeanne ...... . . . Ashner, Mrs. Laurie ..., Babigan, Mrs. Nanci , . , Bachmann, Mr. David .... .... Baker, Mrs. Beverly .... . . . Baker, Mr. Michael ..... ..,. Baldrini. Mr. Richard . . . . . . . , . ,.If79 Ballin, Ms. Edith ..........,......,. Barelield, Mr. Morris ....,.,..... 131 Bamey, Mr. Frederick . .,........ 131 Barton, Mr. Terence ..... 59, 150, 181 Basoms, Ms. Alice , ....,.......... . Baumann, Mr. Wesley ..,........... Baumhardt, Mr, John .... . . . Beach, Ms. Bonnie ..... Becker, Mr. Richard ...... ..... Beiersdorf, Mr. Bnice .... ..... Bell, Mr. Robert ..,..... .....i45 161 Benson, Mr. John ...,.... Bergau, Mr. Sylvester ..... . .... . Berman, Mrs. Janice ..... .... Bickert, Mr. Roderick ..... . Biegel, Ms. Lois ....... . Bird. Mr. Jack .... . . . . . Blod ML Mrs. lis Bogstrand. Mrs. l.rllran ..., , . Bohrer, Mrs. Majorie ..... . . . Boughner, Ms. Patricia . . . . . . Bowers, Ms, Joanne ..... . . . Bowman, Ms. Deanne, . .. ... Boyd, Mr. William ..,... . . . Boyle, Dr. Robert ...... . . . Brinton, Mrs. Judith .... Brix, Mr. Alan ........., . . . . . Brix, Mrs. Caryl ..........,... . . Brockelman, rs, Betty Ann ..... . . . Browr1, Mr. Thomas .....,..., . . Brull, Mr. H. Frank ........, Bullock, Ms. Ruth ...... ..... ,.,... . . Burge, Mrs. Valrhea .........,....... Bumside, Mr. Peter .... 137, 181, 210. Bushnell, Mr. William ................ Bydalek, Ms. Linda ..........,....... Cadden, Ms, Loretta ...,............ Cadwell, Mr. John . . . ..,. 143, 155, Cajet. Mr. Amold .... Calesini,Mrs.Silvia.... Camp, Ms. Frances .... . . . Cam ll Mr. Richard Pe 1 -- Carlson, Mrs. Shirley .... . . Carlstrom, Mrs. Beverly .....,.....,.. Carlstrom, Mr. Clinton .....,......... Carpenter, Mr, Chip ......... 59, 153, Carpenter, Ms. Loraine ,..... .....,.. Carder, Ms. Susan Chantry, Mr. Robert ...... ......... Chapman, Mrs. Carol ............... Charles, Mr. Henry ..........,....... Chase, Mr. Douglas .....,., 134, 187, Christell, Mrs. Marjorie ............... Christo h, Mrs Elizabeth ............ p . Cicowski, Mr. Eugene . . Clapp, Mrs. Rosemond . . Clark, Mrs. Dorothy .... Clark, Mr. Gary ,....... Clark, Mr. Howard ..... Clegg, Mrs. Bobbie .... Cohen, Mrs. Bonita .... Cohen, Ms. Susan ....... . . Coleman, Ms, Geraldine .... . . . Coven, Ms, Ludmilla . . . Cowan, Ms. Christine. . , Cox, Ms. Nona ........ Coxon, Mr. Richard .... Craddock, Ms. Ann ..,. Cress, Dr. Carolyn ...,. Crump, Mrs. Margaret . . Currie, Mr. David ...... Cutler, Mr. Michael Daniels, Ms. laura ..... Denignan, Ms. Mary .... Dempsey,Kathleen.,.. .. Denk, Mr. Gerald ..... Denk, Mrs. Julie Dickinson, Ms. Marilyn . Dickman, Mr. David .... Dodge, Mrs. Noni Dodge, Mr, Walter ............., 131 , Donnell, Ms. M. Evelyn .......... 206, Donnelly, Mr, Joseph ..... ..,.,., Drake, Ms. Martha ..... ,,,,, Duenow, Mr. Lynn . . . , , , Dulin, Mrs. Lorraine .... ..... Dunn,Mrs. Lucia .... Dutch, Mr. David ...... ...,. 1 85, Eastemberg, Mr. Eric .... ....... 4' Iflfab ....,.67 ..H.266 ..U.188 ..,..112 ..H.178 ..M.148 .....154 ....79 .,...103 .,...104 .,....34 ....,100 .,...134 ..,..136 .....110 H,.48 ,...70 ,...96 ,.H.168 215,256 211 257 ..U 199 212 236 187 208 203 236 ..H 217 206 246 ..U 217 .,., 211 212 305 .71,214 203 305 .... 209 203 257 202,257 .... 210 .... 214 206,236 210,305 157,206 ..H 205 ..H 199 ..H.215 210,246 210,236 183,206 .... 211 206,305 ..H 217 212,305 ..H 198 ..H 217 206,258 203,246 .... 217 208,305 205,258 .... 217 203,237 .... 198 .83,203 203,305 .... 211 .... 211 203,246 ..u 205 .... 213 ..U.2O5 217,305 .78,216 ..H.202 ..H,217 205,237 158,159 208,305 125,210 203,305 .... 203 .,.. 217 ..H 216 214,247 ,... 206 ,... 198 .....217 .....202 212,258 ..H.217 ..H 217 .,H 210 208.258 . .... 217 ...H210 211,305 .... 217 .....214 .....214 ,.U 206 214,217 .... 203 ..,. 212 .78,216 ..H 203 199,256 214,305 201,217 .... 211 .... 214 .... 208 210,247 .... 217 212,259 .....217 206,217 217,305 ..H.199 ...U21O ..H 201 208,259 205,217 202,238 .... .68 Field Hockey .,....,. Football ....... , ..,,.. Lacrosse. .,,. ., ...,. . .... Organizations, Freshmen Feature. , . . . . . . . .222 Fr. Girls' Club ..... , . ..... 230 Fr. Helpers ...,.., ..... 3 05 Fr. Pep Club ..,...,. . ..,. 232 Fr. Performing Arts .... ,.,. . 233 FrfSophomore Play .... , . . ,95 Fr. TREVIA ..,...,..,. ..... 2 28 Girls' Club ...,..., .... , 54 Golf - boys . ,..,. .... 1 22 Golf - girls .,...... .... 1 23 Guard .........,...... .... . 64 Gymnastics-boys,.. 182 Gymnastics - girls .,.. .,.. 1 66 Hockey .....,..,..., 162 IM .........,..,.. .,.. 6 6 ITV ,,.... . .,.., . . .86 Junior Feature ,.., ..... 2 55 Eggert, Mrs. Violet Elliot, Mr. Edward ...,.,., .,.,.,... 2 12 Enkey, Mr. Robert ........ .,., 2 01, 247 Erbmann, Ms. Caroline Esarey, Mr. Mickey .................,..... 217 Everly, Mr. Mel ....,.....,............... 21 1 Fairbaim, Mr. Craig ....,... 141, 150, 151,217 Farrell, Mr. James ,....,.,.,..,..... 203, 305 Fassnacht, Ms. Christine ....,........,.,.. 210 Feldbusch, Mr. Clarence. . .... 218, 219 Felt Mr. William .....,... ......, 2 01 Ferguson, Mrs. Jeanne . . . .... ,217 Fine, Ms. Stel Finkelstein, Mr. Simon . . , ...... .208 Esher, Ms, Darlene . ..,. . ..,..... 212 Hsher, Mrs. Lois ....... ....., 2 05 247 Fisher, Mrs. Paula ....... . ..........,. 217 Falherty, Mr. Patrick ..... ..... 6 9, 202 248 Hy, Mr, William .,...... ..., 1 73, 203 259 Horczak, Mrs. Sharon Forszt. Ms. Daria . .,... . , . , . , ..... 204 Fowler, Mr. Bmce ...... .... 1 16, 117 209 Franz, Mrs. Heidy .... . .,.... .... 2 17 Frazier, Ms. Vivian ,,... . ........ 210 Frey, Mr. Norman ....... . ...... 204 Frink, Mrs. Willa Friedman, Mrs. Helene . , . .... 208 259 Frye, Ms. Pam. , ..,..,.. ........, 2 17 Funk, Mr. larry, ..,.... .... 2 02, 260 Gahala, Mr. John ...... ....,....., 2 08 Galbraith, Mr. John .... ..,.,... 1 51 203 Gans, Mrs. Jeanne ..... .... 1 67, 210, 260 Garden, Mr. Thomas ..... ,.,.,., . . . ,215 Garfield, Mr. Roger ..... , . , . 201, 238 Gart, Mr. Walter ..... , . . 66, 210 Gerold, Mr. Jack ..... ..... 2 00 Giarelli, Mr. Eamest ...... ..... 1 98 Gill, Mrs. Carol ,.... ..... ..... 2 1 5 Gill, Mr. Franklin. , .......,.,., ..... 2 17 Gleason, Mrs. Mary Louise Gober, Mr, Robert Goldsmith, Mrs. Shirley. . , ....... . ,200 Goldstein, Mr. Lewis ,... .... 1 77 214 Gordon, Ms, Marie Gorshow, Ms. Naomi .... .,.,. 2 04 Gourdan, Ms. Marie .... ...,.,.,. 2 17 Gourley, Ms. Carol Gourley, Mrs. Sharon ,..., Grant. Ms. Joyce ..,...., Gre ory, Mr. William ..... Grifgn, Ms. Mary Ann ..... Groh, Mr, Gary ......,. Grote, Mr. Larry ......... Gutnayer, Mrs, Alice ...... Gynn, Mrs. Mary ....... Hall, Mrs. Alice ...... Hall, Mr. Dean ..... Hall, Mr. Dennis ..... Ham, Mr. Stephen ...., Hangren, Mr. Richard . . . Harms, Mrs. Doris ...., Harper, Mr. Tony ...,.... Hausfeld, Mr. James ,.... Heidrich, Ms. Wrginia ..... Heikkinen, Mr. Edwin ..... Heitsch, Mr. Paul Helfrich, Mr. Gene ..... Henslee, Ms. Debora ..... Henzlik, MS. Eve ....... Hemian, Mr. George ..... Herzig, Ms. lllana ...... Herzog, Mrs. Mary Jo ..... Higgins, Ms. Jacqueline Hiller, Mrs. Lynne ........ Hilsabeck, Mrs. Allison Hilsabeck, Mr. Stephen . . . Hirsch, Mr. Carl .....,..., Hitt, Mrs. Betsy .....,.. Hoff, Mrs. Katherine Hollins, Mrs. Nancy .... Hoskins, Ms, Doris ..... Hoss, Mr. Melvin Howell, Mr. Lawrence .... Huerter, Mr. Joseph ..,... Huggins, Mrs. Charlotte. . . Hughson, Ms. Claire ..... Hunt, Mrs. Phyllis ........ Hurley, Ms, Georgia ...... Hutten, Mr. James ....... Immenhausen, Mrs. Mary . Ingersoll, Mrs. Elizabeth . . Ingersoll, Mr. W. Jared . . . lsmond, Mrs. Joan ....... Jackson, Mr. David .... Jackson, Mrs. Sally .... Jacobson, Mr. John ...... Jacobson, Mrs. Lilly ...... James, Mr. Bruce .,...... Jensen, Mr. Gordon ...... Jewell, Mrs. Elizabeth .... Jobst, Ms. Virginia ....... Johnson, Ms. Deborah . . . Johnson, Ms. Jean ...... Johnson, Mr. Vemoy ..... Josefsberg, Mr. Bemard . . Juneau, Ms. Diane .....,. Kahn, Mrs. Sylvia ...,.56,205 .fIfII261Q26d 53, 206.217 216 A'11iIi52Q212 zoe ..fI214 ....2o4 ..Qf2o6 iflfealai ...,206 ,jffI266 ....133,210 . .... 131,212 .,..206 "'a2f2T2 ,.....206 IIIQ212 , ..... ifg ....131, I 11111821212 133 ..:111201 217 .204 269 260 305 261 305 .210 .205 .212 305 261 .213 248 .159 217 248 .211 .199 .217 .210 .204 239 305 .214 261 .206 .217 .214 .217 305 .217 261 239 .211 .217 .211 .200 .200 248 .217 .217 .204 305 .217 . 206 . 208 .199 217 305 208 269 .204 .199 Faculty and Staff niappeJPotpoun'i .... ..,., 9 2 Elin Club .....,..,,. ..,., 6 9 Math Club .......... ..... 68 Musical Opera .... ...... 1 02 National Merit ..... ...... 3 04 News ......,... ..... 83 OEA ...... , , . . . . . .70 Orchestra .,,. .... 1 15 Pep Club .........,.... ...., 6 0 Photo Gallery .....,........ , . ,.,. 316 Programming Committee ..., ....... 4 5 Senior Feature .........,. ....,. 2 70 Shakespeare Workshop . . . . , . ,108 Soccer - boys ......... .,., 1 38 Soccer - girls. , ..,.. .... 1 92 Social Service ..,..,. ...., 5 0 Softball ...........,.. ..,. 1 74 Sophomore Feature .... .... 2 44 Kane, Mr. Terry .,.... . .... 202, 249 Karl, Ms. Grace .... , . ............. 205 Kates, Mr. Orville ..,.. .... 1 35, 187, 239 Kehm, Ms. Elaine .,,.. ...... 2 06, 249 Kelly, Mr. James Kelly, Mrs. Jeanne , . . . .... 204, 262 Kennicke, Ms. Leola .... .... 1 47, 200 Keoughan, Ms. Betty .... ....... 2 02 King, Mr. John ......, ......... 2 02 KixMiller, Mrs. Jean . . , ...... 199, 271 Klein, Mr. Ronald . , . . .... 181, 210, 305 Klein, Mrs. Wendy , . . , ,..... 212, 249 Klemm, Mrs. Maria ...,.,................. 208 Klingspom, Mr. Charles. ,..,...,. ........ 1 98 Klinka, Dr. Theodore ......,...,......... 209 Klocker, Mr. Robert ......., 187 214, 217, 305 Kludy, Ms. Marian ........,..... ........ 2 17 Knoebber, Mrs. Phyllis Knox, Ms. Judy .....,.,. ....... 2 15 Knupfer, Mr. Paul ...,. ........ 1 99 Koemer, Mr. Richard .... .... 2 08, 250 Koonz, Mr. Robert .... ....... 2 12 Krantz, Ms. Mary ............ ......,.. 2 17 Kroschel, Mr. Eugene ...... ,...,.. . . . 51, 213 Kruempelstaedter, Mr. James ..., 171, 203, 262 Kuennen, Mr. Robert .......,.,.,....,... 201 labadie, Ms. Margaret lachner, Mrs. Janette . . . . , ..,... . . 217 landor, Ms. Raissa .... . , . , ........ 204 Larsen, Mr. Ray ..,.... . . , .175, 203 262 Larsen, Mr. Robert .... .......... 1 98 latshaw, Mr. Scott ..,. .... 1 33, 212 Lauerman, Ms. Mary ,... .,.. 2 08, 250 lazar, Mr. Zachary ..,.,. ... .,.. 171,212 Leahy, Mr. Robert ..,,.,. ..... ,... 2 06 , 250 Ledinsky, Mr. Raymond ...... 49, 208, 209, 305 Leech, Mrs. Barbara .... ......,.., 2 04, 262 Leggett, Ms, Susanne . . . ....,.., 204, 263 Leonard, Mr. Kip ..... ...... 2 17 Leslie, Ms, Susan ....... ...... 2 17 Leszkiewicz, Mr. Paul .... ....,.. 2 17 Leverentz, Mr, Rodney ..... ....,.,., 2 00 Levy, Mrs. Terry ........ .... 2 14,217 Lewis,Mr.Rex .,..,.., ,.,.,.,202 Lindley, Mr. Austin ,.., .,.,. 2 06 Lisk, Ms, ..,...,....., . . , . ,... 1 13 Londrigan, Mr. Paul ...., . , . , , . 204, 239 Lovell, Ms. Elizabeth ..., .,.. 1 47, 200, 217 MacKinney, Mr. Daniel .... ..... , ..143, 187. 200, 208, 240 Malinsky, Mr. Robert . , . , ..........,., 203 Malizola, Dr. Horence . . . .... 189, 210, 240 Mannix, Mrs. Linda Marmel, Ms. Blossom . . . ........ ,212 Marran, Mr, James .... .......... 2 12 Marshall, Ms. Laurie Martinez, Mr. John ...... .... 2 08, 209, 250 Mathews, Dr. Martha Jo ........,........ 214 Mattox, Mr. Jack .......,..,..... 141, 201. 269 Mattucci, Mr. Frank ....,... 155, 181, 212, 305 Matz. Mr. Eric .........,..,.............. 212 McCallum, Mrs. Mary. . , . ..,........ . . . 204 McClain, Mr. Thomas . , . .... 48, 49, 215 McClendon, Mrs. ......... ...,.,.. , 53 McCloskey, Mr. Joseph ..,. ..., . . , . 204 McCrea, Mr. Phillip ...... ,.., 2 12, 251 McFadzean, Mr. James .... ...... 2 10 McFadzean, Mrs. Mary ..... ..... 2 17 McGee, Mr. Ralph ....... ........ 1 99 McLaughlin, Mrs. Janet .... .......... 2 05 McNamara, Ms. Jane .... . . . 125, 185, 200. 210, 232, 240 Medwin, Ms. Sheny ..... ...... 2 04, 263 Meluer, Mrs. Elaine . . , .......... 217 Mestjian, Ms. Carey . . . ........ 210, 240 Metzger, Mr. Earle .... ,.,. 1 24, 204 251 Meyer, Mr. Steven ...., .... 1 43, 204, 251 Meyers, Mrs. Helen Millinson, Mrs. Judith .... ........... 2 13 Miller, Ms. Cynthia . J . . ............. 218 Miller, Mr. Martin ..... .... 1 31, 212, 241 Mills, Mrs. Joanne .,.. ...... 2 06, 251 Mills, Mr. Roger ...... , ........ 206 Mitchell, Mr. Charles .... . .......,.... 206 Monaghan, Mr. John .... .... 1 01, 204 263 More, Ms Louise ....... ...,....,.. 2 14 Moreau, Mrs. Rose ........ ......... 2 04 Morrison, Mr. Gregory ..... .,.. 2 14, 263 Morrow, Ms. Helen ...... ........ 2 12 Moskos, Mrs. llca ..... ....,. 2 09 Mueller, Ms. Jane ..... ...... 2 04 Mullen, Ms. Wahneta .... ........ 2 09 Murphy, Mr. Richard .... .... 2 06 252 Musich, Mr. James ...... ...... 2 12 Nadbome, Ms. Felicia ..... ........ 2 14 Naro, Mrs. Catherine ,.,.. . .... 204 264 Naughton, Mr. Robert ..... ........ 2 00 Neary, Mrs. Sally ........ .......... 2 18 Nelson, Ms. Marilyn Newey, Mr, William ..... ..... 5 2, 143 212 Nicholson,Mr.Toby.... ....,.... , 215 Niebauer, Ms. Irene . . . .... 201 305 Nusinow, Ms. Mindy ,.... ..,. 2 14, 241 O'Connell, Mrs. Louise Oddo, Mrs. linda ....... .... 4 8, 49, 215 O'Hare, Mr. Michael ...,. .......,. 2 12 Olander, Ms. Marilyn ..,. ....... 2 04 Special Olympics ...., Student Alliance . ,.... Swimming - boys ,.... Swimming - girls .,.. Tennis - boys ..... Tennis - girls ,.,.. Track - boys, . . , Track - girls .... TREVIA ....... Trevian ....,... Tri-Ship ..,...... Usher Corps ..... Volleyball ....,. Water Ballet . , . Winter Play .... WNTH ....., Wrestling ..., O'Mara, Ms, Lee Omohundro, Mr. Arthur . . . Osbom, Mr. Lynn ....,.... Ottaviano, Mr. Matthew .... Padjen, Mr. John .,..... Partridge, Mrs. Jane ..... Pascarella, Mr. Chris .... Patzwald, Mr. John .... Paul, Mrs, Arline ....,... Paulick, Mrs. Dorothy . , . Paulsen, Ms. Ruth, . . , . Penner, Mrs. June ....,. Perlman, Ms, Susan ....... Perreault, Mr. Kenneth. . . , . Perrin, Ms. Johnella Peterson, Ms. Donna .... Peterson, Mr. Rick . , . . Powers, Mrs, Marcia Poyser, Mrs. Paula .... Provost, Mr. James ..,.. Provow, Mr. Charles ..... Randall, Mrs. Carol .... Randell, Ms. Carol .... Ray, Mr. John ...... Regan, Mrs. Doris Reidel, Mr. Norman ...., Rhoad, Mr. Richard ....... Rinehart, Ms. Kathleen .,.. RodgersonADreis, Mrs. Janice .... 175, Roe, Mrs. Jayne Rogan, Mr. Donald ..,.,... Rogers, Mrs. Peggy Routenberg, Mr, Michael. . . Rugen, Mrs. Bemice ...... Sammons, Ms. Janis .... Sanders, Mr. William .... Schabel, Mr. Earl ....... Schillereff, Mrs. Betty ..., Schillereli, Mr. lke ..... Schinto, Mr. Tony ..... Schneiter, Mr, John ...., Schwalbach, Ms. Jane. . , Scobie, Mrs. Ruth. , . . . Scott., Ms. Cindee. .... . , Segal, Ms. Ellen .,..,.,... Sevems, Mr. Harold. , . , . . . Sextro, Ms. Joan .,........ Sheets, Mr. Mel ........... Shepard, Mrs. Joanne ..... Skobel, Mrs. Dolores ...... 45, 46, 47 Slezak, Ms. Sharon .... , . Smith, Mr, Phillip ...., Spatafora, Mr. Jack ...., Spielman, Mrs. Merle. , . , Stanley, Mrs. Patricia .... Stein, Mrs. Wcki ........ Stevens, Mr. Robert ..... Stewart, Ms. Harriet . . . . . Stewart Mr. William ..... Streightiff, Mr. Joel .... , . Strimas, Mr. Larry ..,....,. Sussen, Mr. Rick ..,....,. Swan, Mr. Sandy ..,... 143 Swarsen, Mr. Thomas ..... Sweers, Ms. Carolyn ...... Tabak, Ms. Rosemary . . , . . Taylor, Ms, Patricia ........ Terry, Mr, Bev ............ Thielemann, Mrs. Elizabeth Thomsen, Mrs. Gillian ...,. Thomson, Mr. John A .... Thomson, Mr. John R. . , . . iimmis, Mr. Tom ......, Trocky, Ms. Roberta ..,., Turcot, Mrs. Vrvian .... Tumer, Mrs. Alice Tumer, Ms. Patricia . ,.,. Valdivieso, Ms. Zoila .,.,. Velez, Mr. Efrain ....,. Voll, Mrs. Dorothy ....... Wadecki, Ms. Patricia .... Wagner, Mr. George ..., Wagner, Dr. James ....... Wagner, Mr. Rory ......,.. Waldschmidt, Ms. Barbara , Ward, Mr. Lucius ......,.. Ward, Mr. Robert ........, Warrick, Mr. James ....... Wayne, Ms. Brenda ...,. Weingartner, Mr. Erv ,..... Weiss, Mrs. Louise ......,. Wellington, Mr. Kennedi. . . Wente, Mrs. Suzanne ...... Wheatley, Mr. Ben ....., Whipple, Dr, Robert ..... Whipple, Mrs. Sandra ..... White, Mr. Jon ..,...... White, Ms. Marilyn ..,... Wiemer, Mrs. Dolores Winter, Mrs. Nina Wolf, Mr. Herbert ..... Wolf, Mr. James ...,., . , Wolff, Mr. William ...., . . Wolter, Mr. James . , . . . , Womack, Ms. Cuba ..... Wycoff, Ms. Lois ..,... Zibart Mr. William .... ,,..176 ...,.42 ,.,.156 ..,.160 .,..172 ,...132 M.,186 ....1a4 .....ao .,.,229 ,....5v ...,101 ..,.144 ....1o9 .....98 .U.76 ..U170 .. ..,, 137,204 ....216,252 . ..,,,..,. 215 U,..66,210,305 ,,.,.,204,264 ...,.,.H.,215 ...H,.H,..198 U..201,269,305 ......2o6,252 ....,67,201 ...., 213 U. 218 .,.,, 216 .....209,241 ....158,l59 ....,.205,305 ...,......,. 212 H.,175,212,305 ,,. ,.,. .... 21a . ,.,..... 216 ....2o6,252 ........ zoo ,. , ...... 68,206 ..H..213,217,253 214,242 ....213,253 .. ,.,. 215,264 ....,.,.,. 216 ...,..,.109,211 ...,.42,204,305 U.,141,193,264 ...,......,205 , ......... 2oo H..141,154,242 H..154,173,203 ......., 204 ............., 202 ..........2o4,253 ..........,... 215 .1s1,199,2o3,211 .H..,206,217,253 .124,150,213,242 .....,..,..... 218 ,213,217 ..........2o2,3o5 ,.H,.....115,209 .....,...215 , ....., 214 305 U..,56,205,254 214 ,...209,265 ..,......, 219 .,......213,305 .,.,..1l3,209,265 . ,............ 203 ........, 204,242 ,1v3,2o6,217,243 ...,.,....212.254 .....,.,..213,265 .,..213,243 ,. ....... 201 ..,. ,....U. 202 ..,........... 2oo . ..,...... 212,254 .,.,113,117,209 .......... 202 ......... 198 ...201 M. 216 .,...,..209 ...,.209,265 ...,.209,254 U...H 218 ....6a,2o6 ....,.. 212 ......,., 212 .. ..... 191 212 ..,........... 211 ......,....... 218 .141,193,2o7 305 H.....87,l15,209 ..U...71,202,305 .......,..199 .. ........ 202 .. . ......... 199 .....111 210 ......... 213 .....2o7 305 .... 207 305 ...,......199 ...,.209 243 ......... .....2o1 .H...... .67 212 ..64,158,200,305 ..,...... .....19a ......,.....202 .... .,.,.218 .... 199,256 INDEX 315 Student Index!Photo Gallery A Aaron, Katherine S ...........,.. 107, 117, 238 Abbey, Lincoln Marshall .... .,..... 2 71, 304 Abel, John P. ........,.,. ........, 2 43 Abel, Richard Anthony .........,.,,,...,. 265 Abeles, Keith David .,.............,.,..,. 252 Abell, Hilary A. .,.....,.. 44, 53, 137, 185, 240 Abell, Kimberly S. ...,....,,.,..,.,.. 1 17, 257 Abercrombie, Elaine M. .............. 107, 238 Abrams, Alitia Carroll ...,., ...,.. 5 3, 243 Abrams, Heather Carroll ..,. ..... 7 0, 71, 271 Abrams, Nancy Beth .,.,.. ..,.,.... 2 48 Abrams, Whitney Carroll .... .,... 4 7, 82, 263 Abramson, Andrew ..,.... ..,,... 1 68, 261 Abramson, Jerome L ......,.....,... 173, 238 Abramson, Michele Beth ...,.,.,. 107, 155, 236 Abramson, Monica l ....... ....... 1 77, 271 Abt, Jonathan Marc ..... ..... 1 07, 237 Abt, Richard Lawrence .,.. ...... 2 71 Acuna, Michael E .... . . . ...,. . 241 Acuna, Steve D .,....,,. ......,,, 2 71 Adams, Garrett Jay ..,,... ....... 1 87, 271 Adams, Lynda Jennifer ,... ............. 2 41 Adams, Meredith Jill ..,... ..,. 4 6, 47, 65, 250 Adamson, Melisa Martina . . . ....... 167, 263 Adelman, Stuart F. ....,.... ..... 1 43, 239 Adelman, Wendy Michelle , . , .,....,..... 271 Adelstein, Eric D ........... ..... 4 4, 83, 271 Adilman, Aaron l ......... .,....... 2 36 Adler, Christine .......,., ....... 2 69 Adler, Stephanie Faith .... . .,.... 271 Agustin, Norman ......, .,...,.. 1 73, 265 Agustin, Roger SP. .... ...,.,.,,. 1 05, 249 Aiml, Yuko .,....... .,.. 6 5, 117, 271,304 Albano, Julie Anna .....,..,.,.... 63 245, 252 Alano, Meredith E ..........,....... 227 243 Albertson, David Stanley .... . . . 190 271 Albrecht, Jeff ...,........ , .,..... 260 Albrecht, Stephanie M. . . . . . . 107 243 Alenson, Catherine C .... . . 106 Alenson, Julia Tappen .... Alexander, Amy Ryan ,.,. ........ 6 1 Alexander, Krista ..,.,.,.,......... Alger, Bradley H. ..,.,., 87, 113, 114, Alger, Grant Andrew ......,,.... 113 All, Alvin Lee ..,...... ..,.....,.. Cary Epstein 150 . .1 1. 114 246 271 265 271 247 251 250 Allans, Stephanie F. ....,...,... . Allen, David Donald ...... 64, 65, Allen, James ....... ,... Allen, Jane Paulette ,.... Allen, Sean Christopher . Allen, Shaun Leigh ....,, Allen, Tracy Marie ....., Allen, Vicki Beth ,....... Allsebrooke, Diana Lee. . Allsteadt, Gregory Wayne Allsteadt. Mark Douglas . Almond, William A. lll . . . Almond, Meredith Ann . , Alstrin, Charles R. Jr.. . .. Alter, Daniel B ,.,...... Altman, Eric ..,.,...... Alvarez, Bethany Ann ..., Alvarez, Deidre Gay ..., Alvarez, Lesley .,....., Alves, Louise Helene .... Ames, Nick J ........., Amos, Donna Perdue . . , Angelini, Dawn ......... Amundsen, Evelyn M .... Amundson, Wayne Barry Andersen, Kathryn Lynn . Anderson, Cindy M ....,, Anderson, Clinton P .... Anderson, Colin A .... , . Anderson, Colleen ...,.. Anderson, Frances L. . . . Anderson, Joyce M ..... Anderson, Kirsten A ..... Anderson, Stuart James . Anderson, Wendy Wright Andrew, David K ......., Andrews, Emilie A. ..... . Andrews, Kristen Suzet . . Andrews, Ninos G, ..... . Andros, Susan Alexea . . . Angelini, Dawn ..,..... Angelos, Philip A .,... Angres, David E. ...... . Angres, Jeffrey A. .,.... . Angsten, Thomas William ...,,... Ansari, Amiv Hussien .,.. Anspacher, Ashley ..,.........,. 125,175 271 158,187 271 ....158 258 N,.,.H 263 158,183 237 111,269 271 .,.H...259 ..U....259 ........ 264 ... 151 246 242,271 305 ... .66 250 .44,lO9 264 ...,129 261 ....143,242 135,187,251 ...,177 246 .,.,177 271 .. .106 264 ,...n 271 ...H 271 ....H 302 ......., 107 .. .106 253 ....H 242 ...H 241 ...62,271 U...,246 ..,..... 271 H,...H 302 ..53,55,271 ....271,304 .,..H 262 ...... 272 ....l24,272 .,,.f .... 272 n....H 304 ..,..79,272 125,193,272 H....M 107 ........ 272 ....143,237 ....143,242 ....124,24s ....143,242 ....l07 236 Anton, Blair ,,.... .. 260, 189, 53, 82, 256 257 Applebaum, Beth Lynn .... Applebaum, Daniel 1... . , Appelbaum. Jeff H ....,...... Applegate, Michael L ....... Applegate, Thomas John ..... Arbel, Rai Ron ....,,.,.... Arcus, Daniel John .,... Arden, Nancy E. .,... . Arguello, Carlos E.. , . . Arguello, Sue L ....,,. Arkin, Elizabeth 1 ,....... Armagost, Brad Alan ..... Armstrong, Daniel John .,.... Armstrong, Helen C ....., Armstrong, James F.. . . . Armstrong, Mary E ...,.. Aron, Andrea Felicia ,,... Aron, Jordan Michael ........ Aronson, Richard Merrill .... Aronson, Steven C ....... Artiaga, Louis ,.,. ,..... Aschauer, Karl Andrew .... Aschauer, Susan Jean .... Asghari, Afroud .,....... Asher, Anthony Craig .... Asher, David L, ........ . Ashley, Richard Warner. . . Ashman, Laura .,....., Askenas, Anders John ...... Askenas, Tina Margareta ...... Askenazi, Noga ...,.......... Aspen, Jennifer Marian ....... Atkinson, George B. ...... . Atnip, Kenneth Allen ......... Auchinleck, Robert J. Jr. ..... . Austin, Christopher P ..... Axelrood, Karyn Leslie .... Axer, Dennis ..,,...,... Aydelotte, Allison R, ..... Ayres, Susan Anne .... Azar, David E ....... Bachinger, Ralph ......., ffii15 115,156 ,...47 106,115 ...131 ...272 fff143 f1f07 17 iff113 iIQQ60 1.1135 .,.l15 IIQI47 Iff171 ,..109 131,152 ifff7a .53 131 173 272 135 183 304 101 113, 171 117 171 272 230 227 187 131 190 159 171 113 107, 230, 150 171 115 .65 .49 257 242 237 242 304 238 243 103 262 272 251 247 252 262 1 14, 257 272 237 265 252 304 247 243 243 265 258 238 265 260 242 272 249 240 242 248 259 249 302 264 237 250 250 257 Bachmann, Andrew Mark. . . Bader, lnge Kat.hryn ......,, Badger, Charlie Henrik .................. Badger, Samuel C. Jr, .............. . Badgley, Anne M. ...,.. . . . 52, 109, 159 Baekgaard, Siri Irene ..... Baez, Jessica L ........ Bagley, Michael ..... Bahu, Maher .......... Bahu, Ramy .....,.,..., Bailey, Christopher E ,..,. Bailey, Jennifer ....,.., H...U..l9Q 115,147,175 129 260 240 243 261 265 U......70,711272 H..113,124,246 ....143, Bailey, Marcey ...,.,............. 53, 107, 125 259 247 258 272 262 241 Bairstow, Cynthia Rose .............. , 258 Baissac, Mathieu P ........ 47, 49, 87, 113, 251 Baker, Andy C .,........... ,.....,.,. 4 9, 261 Baker, laanny Copeland .... ..... 7 8, 143, 253 Baker, Russell ........... ..... 5 3, 129, 260 Bakle, Cynthia Ann .... .......... 2 62 Baldwin, Bill Denison . . .. ..,. 191, 251 Baldwin, Sarah Anne ..... .,...... 2 49 Balfe, Emily C ...... . ,, .............. .101 Baldwin, Jeffrey Voris .................... 257 Balfe, Joelle Marie ,..,..... 101, 107, 237 263 Ball, James Richardson ....,.....,.. 265 272 Balsam, Lisbeth Owynne ,................... Balsbaugh, Heather ...,.,. .... 1 85, 229 237 Balsley, Stacey L .,....,. , .....,. 61, 193 272 Banas, Ardel F. ..... , . . . . , 53, 106, 227 237 Banas, Paul M .....,.,.,,. .,.,.... 1 03 258 Bannon-Harwood, Victor. . . . ..,..,.., . . .272 Baptista, Heitor ......,.. .,.,. 6 7, 150 272 Barancik, Wendy Sue . . . .....,.... .254 Barber, Christopher J.. . . ...,.,. . .272 Baretield, Erik D ....... ..,.,... 2 47 Bargad, Adena Beth .... ,... 1 13 261 Barger, Steven Daniel . . . ....... .272 Barkley, Brittany Anne ...,. ..... 1 55 248 Barkley, Kathryn Martin ..,. ,....... 2 72 Barnes, John Howard . . . ..... .252 Barnes, Robert A. ...... .... 2 72 Barnett, Chris Mark .... ,.,. 2 52 Barnett, Danielle K ..... ..,. 2 54 Barnett, Jeff ...,.... .... 1 41 Barnett, Oliver .......... .......... 2 39 Barocci, Robert Louis . . . ............ .250 Barr, Brannan ...,.,... .... 1 30, 181 246 Barr, Gillian E ....., . ....... 53, 239 -SQXKR XX 58- 4r- 316 1NDEX 1 V' 1 w A A .1 ,I ,I g , '57 . - , Q 1 7 it 221 '1f1, f3'l '-1 .. 1. f,.V, fff if' 1 I. v 1,' t , s . ' - 9... .12 5 1 'tel , 1 'A u!"'vaq'Hl' nav, r- 54 3 it iss. Barr, Jeanne Ann ..... ..,... 4 9, 51, 52, 246 Barrett, David Martin . , . ......... 181, 249 Barrett, Margaret K ..... .............. 2 49 Barrett, Suzanne Marie .....,.,...,,.,,.,.,.. Barringer, Catherine B ..,.,. 107, 137, 229, 242 Barriger, John Walker .................... 247 Bartell, Edith Sims ....... ......,.. 1 25, 272 Barth, Jeffrey Randall .... ...... 2 39 Barton, Lesley .,........ ...... 2 72 Bartuska, Ron ..,,.... ........ 2 61 Bartz, Thomas ..... . . . 124, 239 Bash, Terry Diane ....,. , . ,.... 269 Basile, Tracy Ann ,.., .,.,.. . . . 1 1 1, 262 Basola, Paul Bartholomew ..,.,.,......... 241 Bass, Catherine R ,......,....,.., ,....... 2 46 Bass, Elizabeth L, ,......... 137, 175, 185, 272 Bauer, Alan Joseph ........, 57, 187. 238, 272. 304, 305 Baum, Richard Aron ,...,. ,......... 1 51, 252 Baumann, Kristen Ann ,.,.,. 65, 109, 159, 260 Baumann, Scott W ,...,........... , , 158, 241 Baur, Stuart Robert ......... 94, IO5, 1 1 l, 169, 272, 304, 103 Baylin, Julia Beth .,.,.... ......,,,..,., 2 63 Baylin, Russell Cameron .,,.........,..... 248 Beacom, Christopher M. .,........ 59, 181, 249 Beacom, Thomas H ..,... 131, I65, 181, 243 Beaman, Elizabeth Anne ............. 103, 265 Beaman, Kathleen Anne. . 106, 115, 147, 236 Beamaniskii, Kate .... , . . ........,... ,175 Bear, Brian Jeffrey. .,.... ........ 1 71, 272 Bear, David A, ....,,.....,...... 131, 171, 239 Beardsley, Joy Elizabeth . . .....,...... 272 Beasley, Julia Sanders . . . .......... 53, 106, 155, 185, 248 Beaubaire, Lynn Frances .... 79, 103, 272, 304 Beaubaire, Michael S ,............. , ,124, 153, 227, 230, 238 Bechtold, Kathleen ....... ......, 2 29, 241 Beck Laura Susan ....... ..,. ,.,.,.,. 2 7 2 Beck, Michael Hamilton , , . , . .87, 272, 304 Becker, Deborah ........ ...,..... 5 2, 254 Becker, Glenn Martin. , . , . , .... 52, 190, 257 Becker, Linda Ellen ...,.. , 46, 47, 105, 249 Becker, Robyn Michelle. . . ,.,...... 52, 251 Becker, Sarabeth .,...,.. ..........., 2 58 Becker, Scott C ...,..... ..... 2 42 Beckner, Chris M, ,.... ..... 1 31, 239 Bedno, David Jay, ..,. ,.,..... 6 8, 269 Bedno, Scott Alan ..,... .... 1 35, 171, 240 Beebe, Anne, ....,. .,.....,............, 1 75 Beebe, Margaret Bliss. , . . 52, 125, 193, 272 Beemer, Robert Michael . . ........ 130, 247 Beerman, Allison S ....... ......,.,... 2 65 Beggan, Thomas John... .... 151, 181, 247 Begoun, Craig Howard . . . ...,.,.... . 263 Begoun, Ethon Douv .... ,..,. ,,.. 2 7 2 Begoun, Nicole Stacey . . , , . . 106, 238 Behr, Thomas David ...., ,.... 2 47 Beinlich, Gayle M. ....... . . . 106, 252 Beitzel, Gwendolyn Ann . . . . . 107, 239 Belko, Barry D. .,....,.,. ,...... 2 57 Belko, Gerald Frank .,.. ,.,..,... 7 0, 272 Bell, Bruce Austin , . . . .........,. . 272 Bell, Scott Robert, .... . ............ 257 Bellanca, Carla M ..... . 65, 159, 185, 272 Bellanca, Mary J ..,... .....,..,.., 2 69 Bellows, Daniel L. ..... . 44, 87, 114, 264 Below, Robin Ann .... .,....,..... 2 72 Beltrano, John ......... .,...,,..,.. 2 61 Benca, Richard Robert . . , .,.,.,.. 135, 238 Bender, Nicole Alyn ....., 47, 124, 193, 258 Bendy, Jacqueline ......, 82, 146, 264, 189 Bendy, Michael Thomas. . .... 129, 190, 272 Bentield, Kelly Lynn, ..... ............ 2 65 Bennett, William David . , . , ......... 272 Bennett, James Simpson . . ......, 272 Bennett, Jeffrey W., .... , . . . . 193, 272 Bennett, John Michael . .. .... , 302 Bennett, Melissa ..,..... . . , 269 Bennett, Mike T, .,.... , . . 247 Benoist, Tom M,. , ..,. ...,. 2 72 Benoit, Catherine M ..,.. . . , 101, 238 Benoit, Cynthia R. ..,. .,... , . , . 260 Benson, Jill S. ......,. .... 6 2, 177, 272 Benson, Todd John ..,.. .,...,... 2 50 Beran, Paula .,....,.... . ..,.., 243 Berend, Christina ..,..... .,..., 6 2, 263 Berger, Daniel Riedel ..... ,.., . 143, 238 Berger, Robert Alan ...... , .,.. , . . 70, 272 Berger, Wendy A, ..,...., ...,. 5 2, 257, 264 Bergin, Eileen Elizabeth . , ..., 137, 185, 243 Bergman, Bradley Todd . . ......... 59, 259 Bergman, Katherine ..... 70, 106, 271, 272 Bergsten, Candice C.. .,,. ......., . 53, 240 Bergstrom, Cynthia Ann . . ..,. 133, 175, 246 Berish, Blake M .......... .,..... 1 58, 272 Berk, Howard S ......... .... 5 2, 272 Berke, Cheri Ilene ......,. ...... 2 62 Berke, Debbie M ,,...... . ...,... 237 Berkowitz, Bruce Andrew . . . , 190, 259 Berkowiu, Susie Lara .... .... 6 1, 246 Berkson, John Adam .... , ....... 269 Berkson, Peter Michael . . . . . . 173, 254 Berland, Lori A, , .,..... ...,...,,,., 2 72 Berliant, Leslie Karen .... .....,...,.,., 2 57 Berlin, Jonathan William. . . . ,47, 49, 78, 258 Berlin, Robert D. ...,..... ..., 1 29, 256, 264 Berlin, Sandra Ruth ..,.. .,..,.,.,.,. 2 72 Berlinger, Diane .....,... ..,.,.,.,. 2 73 Berman, Adam Krom ,... , . , 190, 273 Berman, Andrew Mark . . , , . . 115, 238 Berman, Jo Ann .,..,.... .,.... 6 2, 273 Berman, Jonna Rachel , . . ....,.. 44, 51, 53, 63, 259, 273 Berman, Karen Margot, . , 111, 177, 273, 103 Bemian, Miriam Abby. ..,....,.,.. 51, 53, 273 Berman, Steven David . . . 44, 114, 187, 273 Bems, Audrey Lee ...,... ............. 2 36 Bems, Matthew Herman , . .,,..... 1 13, 251 Bemstein, Debra R, ...... ..,. 1 15, 133, 240 Bemstein, Jill Marla .,......,.....,,. 106, 273 Bemstein, Lawrence Jay. ,.... 44, 49, 173, 251 Bemstein, Lisa S .,.... , . , .......,.. 53, 249 Bero, Carolyn ,...,. ,... ...,........ 2 3 6 Bersh, Gary Steven ..,.. ,... 2 52 iii. A' B Beshel, Elizabeth Erin .... Betar, Celine Ann .... Bettis, Byerlei ......... Beutelspacher, Ted ..,. Beverley, Melissa , ...,,.. . Beverly, Charmayne L. . . . . misal I'i'd6,'i55f Beverly, Cheryl D. ..,... ........,. , Bezark, Sean.. ,.... , .... Bichsel, Donn H. ..... Biederrnann, Christine ...,.,..... ""i25I Biehl, Christine Frances ..,. .....,., Bieluwka, Nancy E ....... Bieschke, Andrew ...,.. Binkley, Mark G. ...,... . , Binyon, Doris Judith . . Bird, Lawrie Audrey. , . Birkenstein, Cathy L, . . 107' 125- 'rndorf, Wendi Sue ..,. .....-..,-- 2 55 229' 239 Bisgeier, Karen Beth ..... ....- 1 07, 227, 237 107- 243 Bishop, Molly Bam .... 62, 265 A 62- 264 Bishop, James Hany, , . . - 257 H---259 Bislds, Patricia Ann 273 107' 240 Bisulca, Steven M .... 73, 263 135' 239 Bivin, Allison Lee ,... 105, 252 185,241 Black Hilary 1 ..,,... ..,....,. 2 47 273' 269 Black, Melissa Dyan. . , 107, 236 106' 237 Blackburn, Amy Joy ..... ..,.. 6 9. 243 185' 249 B1acklow,David Alan. ,,.. ..... , . 47, 264 ' 52' 273 Blacklow, Kenneth L,, . 271, 273 - 60 273 Blackwell, Doug W ,... . , . .....,.--t V - -302 V 4--- 273 Blackwell, Patricia F. .. 193, 236 W-261 Blake, Garth P. R., .,.. 181. 265 106 253 Blake, Leslie Eileen . . . i-i-- 269 133 253 Blakes, Lee Clark ..... --faa 2 63 .,.,.273 117 258 Blanchard, Laura Anne ,... . . - - Todd Mizener Blanco-Gonzalez B. G. . , .70, 78, 264, 273, 304 Blanco-Gonzalez, Ricardo .....,.,......... 264 253 Blankstein, Lisa B.. , . . . , Blase, Anna .,,.,..,.,.. Bleier, Michael . , . . Bleser, Amy ,,...., Bleser, Andrew ,,....,,. Bleser, Robert M ,.,,.,,, Bleser, Thomas Edward. Blesius, Gregory Scott, , . Block, Laurie Ann ....,. Blodgett, Carolyn ,....,. Blodgett, Katerine M.. . . . Blom, Kerry E ..,..,..., Blommaert, Carl A ..,., Blommaert, Karen 1.. , . . Blomstron, Jeffrey Craig. Blomstrom, Kristin Anne ,.....258 191,248 ...,.,.,..,273 ....i3b, .,.,..,.,240 254 ,....,., .,.. 2 73 ,.... 150,151,265 ,...65, 106, 159,249 ,. .,..... 65,159,273 ,..,...,..,..65,259 107, 167, 175, 240 . ,.., ........ 273 ...105,109,133,249 INDEX 317 Bloom, Adam R. ...... . Bloom, Andrew David ,.,. Bloom, Eric Andrew .,... Bloom, James R .............,.. .,... Bloom, Jeffrey Samuel . . . 129 ,187, Bloom, Krista A. ,......... ..... . 241, Bloom, Lawrence Bennett ....... Bloom, Michelle Janet ..,... Bloom, Paula Sue ,... . , . Blount, Eric James Ill ..,. Blum, Janet Elizabeth ..,...,..,....., 44, Blum, Katherine ..,..,.,.,. Blunck, Michael Ford .... Blunt, Barbara E ...,..... Blunt, Deborah Susan .... Boba, Jon A. .,.......,.... . Bodel, Kenneth Howard .... Bogard, Robbie D. ..,.. . . Bogart, Alexandra M .... Bogart, Elizabeth L ..... Bogot, Cindy Beth. . . . Bogot William ,......, Bohnsack, William H. . . . . Bokar, Andy ...... ......,.. Bolan, Kelly Michelle .,..,.., Bolan, Melissa B .........,., Bolan, Michael B. ...,.,.... . 135, 187, "fff1'1'd6, 107, 185, 227, 113 ,114, 11 fI217f'163, ...,47, 101, Mfff1'o6, , ....... 49, . ,....,. 115, ...45, 46, 47, fff1f1fA1'29, Bolduc, Thomas Randolph, . , . .,.. .129, 273, Bondurant, Robert Hadley ,.,. ...,... Bonneville, Daniel R ....,...,,.,..,.. 165, Borelli, Virginia M ...... . ..,.,,.,.,.,.. . . Borkovitz, Laura Lee . ...... . Borre, Elizabeth Ann . . . . Borsotti, Michael Le e Bortz, Lauri F, ...,..,.,... . Borus, Edward Thomas .... Bosco, Maria Theresa , . . . Bosler, Loraine E. , . . , . . Bosler,Theodore C, . ,.,.. Bossov, Adam Edward ,... Bothfeld, Tracy E ..,.... Bott, Susan Moseley .... Botthof, Richard V., , . . . , . 94,111,271, "IfIfI14l1Q'134, 1QfI82, '137, . . 1 155, Bottum, Samuel Edward .......... , . 144, Bovaird, Sarah ,. .,...,..... 62, 106, 175, Bowe, Robert Stanley ..........,..., 105, Bowe, Charles Agustine ,.... ,... . , .,.. . , Bowen, Beth Anne. , .,.. . Bower, Elizabeth ......... Bowers, Earl Michael ..... Bowmer, David R .....,. Box, John Ross ........ Boxer, Richard Bentley . . . Boxer Ste hen A Boyd, Jon , ...,..,... . . Boyer, Amy Irene ...,.... Boyer, Deborah Lynn ..., Boyer, Rebecca Ann ..... ...,..,..133, ..,..13l,191, ,......191, ,....141, ...,.....173, , p . .,.,,,,,......,...,., . Boyd, Ann Elizabeth ., ...... ....,.79,114, 56, 111, 2734 QIf'154, Boyle, Charles A ...,...,.,., ..........., Boyle, Patrick Corcoran , . , ,...... .....,, Bracken, Joshua William .... Bradbury, Cynthia Nolen .... 107,' 16231 124, Bradbury, Julie E, .............,....... . Bradley, Brenda Jean ..,. Bradley, Kelly Lee ..... Bradley, Michael ..,..,.,. . ,.,. ..... 5 2, ..52, 163 Bradner, Lisa Reynolds .......... , 105, Brady, Eileen Marie . , . , . , Brady, Steven James, ,..... Brandao, Marcelo Ferrari . . . Brandeis, Gayle D .,...,.. ....,177, ....,..143, ...,53,227, Brandfon, Michael P ,,........,.. , .... 113 Brandfonbrener, Joshua ......... , 190, Brandin, Marcy Lynn ..... Brandon, Erik Jon ..... Brandwein, Debra Joy .... Branford, Michael .,..,. Brattleaf, Barbara A, . , . Braun, Greg Alan. , . . Breen, John M. ..,...... . 129 ,19O, Breen, Patrick Lyons .............,.. Bremen, John Matthew ...,....,. 228, 229 Bremer, Mark Andrew ,... Brennan, Kerith .,....... Brennan, Lisa Ann ......... Brennan, Matthew Paul ...., Brennan, Maxwell Daniel. . . , Brennan, Michael l. ...., . Brenner, Adam Jeff ..,... Brenner Ste hen Aaron .,.. , P Brent, Thomas R. ,,.... . . Brett, Christopher Kit ...,. Brice, John White III .,... Brice, Robert Carlton ,.... Brick, Andrew Marvin ...... Brickman, Sheri D. ....,.,...., . Bridges, Robert Campbell ....,., Brierly, Amy E ................. Brierly, John Travers ..... Briganti, Barry Scott . . . Brill Fa . y Brin, Revy ,......,.... Bristol, Kelley Louise . .,.... Bristol, Rachel K ......,....,.... Brock, Henry C .......,....,.,.. Broderick, Barbara Ellen .,..,.,.. Brodericlc JoAnn F. , . . . . .267 ,242 ,273 273 260 253 238 273 257 254 273 240 261 258 240 248 250 247 246 273 260 242 273 239 273 249 273 241 , 305 242 251 273 273 273 273 253 304 264 302 ,261 .248 273 246 .273 253 262 257 273 260 260 238 242 250 239 251 304 261 262 248 260 273 260 252 241 262 265 238 273 273 269 .246 237 243 260 261 .273 261 ., ....., 62,273 ...,......141 ..,..273 ..N,263 ....,.......263 124,273 ,238 ...,........258 .,.,.185,247 , .... 52,273 .,..190,262 .......273 , ..,. 273 ..........250 U....,165 273 ..U,130,181,246 , ......... 274 .........274 ,..l43,253 ..........274 .....62,259 ...44,59,274 .271,274,304 .....,.,..,.151 .....,..,.254 ..,.,,.,.,.,..,.274 125,177,185,274 109,133,236 131,173,236 ...64,65,67 109 154 7 .,,..137, , 263 , 2 4 185 Broitrnan, Benjamin ...,.,,.,.., , 158, 274 111 274 .65 103 Bromberg, Madeline Ann ........ , . Bronstein, Daniel M. .,... . . "'137"1'f1s Brooks, Adrienne Price ..... , . . , . , , Brott, Lawrence L ........ Brottman, Marcy Dana ..... Broutman, Marcy Ann .,.,.... . .,.., . Brown, Christopher Kevin ..... ...., 2 45 Brown, Enn Anne ........., Brown, Steven I ,.,. . , . . ,. Brownlee, James A. .... Brownstein, Beth M. . . . 264 274 ............274 ..,106,257 .274 ,252 ....,..229,243 . 78, 87, 113, 114,187,259 ....65, 158,260 65,249 242 Bruere, Lance T. .,..,..,........... 143, Brumitt, Nan Spangler ....... 44, 61, 124, Brumlik. Daniel J. ...,.. 87, 113, 114, 269, 318 INDEX 274 274 Paul Smith Brunn, Karen Kristen ..........., 107 Brunner, Mark R ...,....,.. Brunzell, Reed R ..,.......,....,.,. Brunzell, Julie Lorraine . , ..,.,.... . . Bryan, Elizabeth. , . ..,.,.... 65, 177 Bryant, Barbara Ann .,.,. Bryant, David A .... , . , Bryant, Kim A .....,.. Bryant, Mary Ellen ..... Bryant Mary H. ....,.... . Bryden, Charles A. Jr ..... Bryden, Sherry A.. . , . . . Brzezinski, Amy Ellen . . . , Buchen, David Wilmar . .,.,....,., . Buchmann, Laura L .....,.,.. 53, 79 Buchmann, Mark A. ..,.,.. . Buchmann, Tamara Gambol ........ Bucholtz, Brent ..........,. Buck, Patrick Ramsey . .... . Buddenbaum, Stephanie A. . Buesch, Catherine I. ,...... Bueschel, Andrea J. ,..,... . Bulley, Susan R ....,... . . Bunge, Katherine E. . . . . . Bunge, William H ...... . Burgener, Kirsti Lynn .... Burgener, Paige S .... .... Burgert, Patricia Ann .,.,.. Burgert, Russell J ....,.,... Burggrabe, Alisa Suzanne. . . Burghard, Duane Neil ..,.. Burk Stephen ........... Burke, Shannon D ....... Burke, lan Christopher ..,. Burke, Kathleen ...,..... Burke, Megan ......... Bums, David Owen .... Burns, Robert ....... . Bums, Roderick .....,. . . Bumside, Elizabeth S ....... Burnside, Jim ...,...,.,... Burr, David Pierce ...,...,. Burr, Laura McCIintic , , , . . Burr, Olivia ....,...,., Burr, Sara . . , ......,.. . . Burruss, Randolph E. . , . . Burstein, Elizabeth .,... Bussey, Scott C .,.. ,... . , Butler, Elisabeth Rose ..... Butler, Shannon Ann ..... Butterworth, David ..... Buyer, David Robert ..... Byrne, David Michael ..... Byme, Peter Roney .... C Cacioppo, Michael W ..... Cahan, Mark Ronald ..... Cahn, Stuart Sidney. ,.,. . Cain, Kevin P ...,........ Calderini, Sarah Ellen ..., Caldwell, Carolyn W, . . . . . Calhoun, Donna S, ....,.. , Callaghan, James Hugh .... Callaghan, Mary M ...... . Callahan, Kathleen M ..... Callahan, Mary E. .,... . Callistein, Steven J .,... , 227, 241 Campbell, James Russell ..., ..,.... 2 47 Chaitin, Lisa Ann ,... . .,.......... 61, 62, 257 113, 134, 187, 258 Campbell, John N. ........ ,.,. 1 58, 239 Chalcraft, Valerie Jean ...,.,.........,.... 253 , . 66, 261 Campbell, Kristen M ...,....,...,........ 274 Chalmers, Julia H ........... 65, 106, 193, 249 - 4 53, 246 Campbell, Pat J. ........,.,.,....... 129, 274 Chamberlain, Michael C. ....,.,.......,.. .239 , 193, 274 Campbell, Paul Robert ...., 106, 115, 169, 239 Chamberlain, Harry ...... ,.,......., . , .276 4 ,.,-.- 4 4 . 70, 274 Campbell, Robert Allen ...........,.,.,., 261 Chambers, Chris Erik , . . . . . 130, 250 ......,.....236 Campbell,SnowdenM......,.....,..,.,.236 Chambers,PippaAnn... 274 Campion,GeoffreyMills.......,.124,181,254 Chambers,SuzanneM,,. ,......,276 - - - - .47 137, 274 Campion, Katherine. , . . . . . . . . 65, 82, 274, 304 Champion, Kath1'yn Lee . , . , . 63, 253 -.4-106 185,246 Canafax,LisaMarie..... ,....,.94,274,304 Chan,Alan Brian.....,. ,.....250 ....238 Candler,JulieD...... ,..,........269 Chandler,JohnG.....,. ...109,262 . . , .,.. 258 Cannon, Hilary ...... ,... 1 37, 185, 274 Chapin, Aurora Michelle . ........ . .241 4 , 4 ,.,- 106, 257 Cannon, William D, . . . .... 105, 141, 250 Chapin, Kimberly S, ,.... . ,... 52, 65, 276 4 52, 274 Cantor, Leighann .... ........., 2 74 Chapin, Tracy H. , ...... ...... 6 3, 248 193, 264 Cappelen, Ted ......,., . . , 264 Chapman, David Charles ......,. 276 143,242 Capper,SamanthaC..,. 237 Chapman,Jennifer..... ,.....,.276 274, 304 Cardwell, Joe C .,...,.,.,. ....,.,... 2 43 Chapman, Marcia Lynn. . . . , . 52, 253 4 - - , 1 - ---- 262 Carew, Declan Patrick ..... ......,...... 2 74 Chapman, Sara White. . , . , . . . . . ,276 4 A A - - , 173, 237 Carew, Kevin J., ...,.,., ..., 1 30, 171, 249 Chapman, Timothy John .,.. . , . . . .248 1 . - , 4 , 4 , . 252 Carey, Michael ...,.., .,.,..,... 2 36 Charlebois, Brenda L .... ...,... 1 59, 256 Carey,11mJ......... ........274 Charles,LisaY.,........ , - , - - - 4 - 4 227, 241 Carioscia, Chris C. . . .. ,....... 260 Charlton, Andrew W. . . ,. .,. 65, 87, 158, 247 , 4 ,-,--- ---4 2 39 Carley, Clare Ann ..... ,.,. 1 59, 265 Charlton, R. Knight ll .... 65, 158, 276, 304 . 53, 107 147, 236 Carlin, Sarah R. ........ .,,. 5 1, 53, 263 Chase, Lara S. ....,.,.. ..,.,..... 1 67, 246 4---1113 129,274 Carlson,CharlesPhilip....,.,...141,151,261 Chau,Crrego1y....,........ ...,.,.,237 .52,259 Carlson,FlemmingErik,.............,...246 Chausow,StephenDavid.... ..........261 - - - - .52 137,237 Carlson, Jennifer M... ,. ,. ,. 107, 147, 185,243 Chelius, Catherine E,, . .. ,.... 107,237 - . . .--1 274 Carlson, Kenneth R. ................. 129, 264 Chen, Jennie ..... ..,... , .... 1 07, 236 252 Carlson,PeterKeith.,.,.,.......171,271,274 Chen,KelVinJ0hn..,. ,...,191,254 263 Carls0n,Susan Keith....... 106, 115,229,241 Chen, Sheldon......, .,.,......2-43 , . . .... 274 Carlstedt, Wayne . . ,... ......... , . , ...... 242 Cheris, Alison Blair .... ,........ . ,241 239 Carmell,GaryCharles,......,..,15O,151,274 Chesley,JohnFaris...., ........115,238 173,261 Carney,Kevin...,.......,..,..,.,.......274 Chester,Laura,...... .....53,115,243 .,..143 173,243 Carpenter, Christine B. ,..,.. . . , . . . .. 106,247 Chick, Jeffrey Todd. . . .. .... . , 227, 236 -,.4.274 Carr, E1izabeth.,,..,., 125,137, 193,263 Childcraft,Valerie..... . . . ..... 229 Carr, Thomas Anthony . . 78, 135, 187, 254 Childe, Jennifer Lisa .... .... 7 0, 85, 276 -11-1274 Carrane,MikeM..........,.....129,181,257 Childs,ElenaV.,..... ,,,,,,,,248 -1-1--65130251 Carrethers,Sheila....,. ,..,.,.,155,257 Chin,AnnYee..,..,.. .,.....,..253 4-4-4274 Carroll,VictoriaK...... ,..,146,249,189 Chin,KentDoon....... .,.........258 133, 154 175, 263 Carstedt, Susan Lynn , ...,.,...,. 52, 105, 254 Chin, Lisa S ............,. ...,.,., 1 07, 239 143, 153 236,265 carter, Gregory Michael .... , ,..... 191, 238 char, Kathy Kyoung-Mi ,.,. 107, 117, 133, . , . ,.., . ..... 257 Carter, Richard Tedford . ..,, . , . , . 191, 252 155, 240 4 , 4 ,-.-. , 55 274 Cartwright. Hollis Muir. . . ..,. 271, 274 Choi, Kelly Won .......,.,.. ..,.,.,. . 276 ... ..... 243 Cary, Gregory S.. .,..,. ...... 1 41,257 Chorvat, Tim ,....,......,, ... ....... . . .49 ...---..-.,252 Casas, Cynthia Fraya.,. 146,262 Chresanthakes, Georgia Casey, Douglas Benson ..,.....,105, 183, 252 Christenson,DeidreA. ....,....,137, 185,285 --H105, 155 253 Casey, Elizabeth Anne.. ..,., . .64, 65, 67, Christopher, Maryann ..... .,.. . . . . . . .257 ...........265 69,109,274 Chun,Eunu..,...... ,...276,304 . 4 . 444, 71 249 Casey, Katherine Mary.. 107, 137, 185,242 Churchill, John T. .... ..... . , . . . .252 22239189 CaSey,LeeAnn.....,.,.................250 ChurChwell,l.izL......., ....159,175,242 4 -4,4,4,4 274 Cash, Mara Susan ...,...,.. 53, 115, 159, 228, Cibul, Laura Gail ...., . , . . ,....... 115, 236 . . . ,44, 87 249 229, 232, 240, 189 Ciccone, Cristin Maria. . . . . . . . .107, 193, 238 . , . , . , . , .261 Cashman, Brigid Jayne ,....,..., 52, 113, 124, Cikanek, Michele Lynn .... .....,..... 2 47 . , . . 158 248 185, 256 Circle, Phillip Thomas ...,. ...,...,..... 2 58 Caspersen, Wendy Jo. . . .,....., 70, 259 Ciric, Alexandra Ingrid ...., .... 1 11, 276, 304 Cassidy, Erin .......... . ,... 53, 193, 260 Ciric, Katharine Irene .... ........... 2 60 Cassidy, Kasey G. ...., .... 1 43, 181, 240 Citow, Jonathan Stuart . . . ,....., . .259 Cassin, Elizabeth ...., ..... 4 9, 185, 254 Claffey, Joan ,.......,.. ...... 2 76 Castino, Carolyn ....,., ........,... 2 60 Claffey, Nancy Julia ,.... . . . 53, 264 Catarello, John James . .......... 260 Clancy, Tara J ,... ..... . , . 53, 250 .......263 Cavalier,Megan 159 247 Clapp, David Stetson,... .......276 ,.,..52,274 Cavalier,Mike........ ....141, 187,246 Clark, Bruce Coleman.,.. ......,..261 . . . . . . 247 Cavallari, James D. . . , . . . . . . . . . , . . , .274 Clark, Charles Kennedy. . . . . . . 256, 259 274 Cavallino,PeterT....,......,..,.49,113,262 CIark,GregoryScott.... ....14l,259 .......70,274 Cavanaugh,JamesR..,........44,49,69,264 Cla,-k,Karen Leerun HU-'107 239 ............251 Cavanaugh,ShawnM,.,... Clarkvgaliypqlllg-'.,. HHHM133'276 ,.. . .62, 103, 274 Cawley, Heather Anne. . . ,. . , . .67, 274, 304 Clarke, Anne Regina l I ' V H V ' '80, 275' 332 ,.,...,....260 Cell,VickiLynn........ .,.,.l03,259 Clarkqgaviduu-'H 'HUM'--'-247 , . , . ,.,., 274 Cepuritis, Edgars T. .... . , .... , ,240 Cla,-ke, Nicholas A lrul .VIV 1 65, 251 Cervin,Kerst1n...,... .....,258 Clarkevpauiunuu H-HH-302 .,....246 Cetnar,Reg1naM...... Ciarkevphilipauuln- HH154276 . , . . 187, 259 Cha, Sandra S ...... ,.,. 6 3 253 Clarke' Virginia Ma,-ie .,4, A4'. 56 y 246 Clary, Sharon Anne . . . . ,... 147, 175, 240 Clary, Sheila Anne ..... . . . ,56, 82, 257 Clary, Wrgil V. Jr ..... . ,.,.,..... 254 Clauson, John-Paul .... .... 1 06, 230, 242 Clavin, Anne ....,..,., ..,.,.........., 2 76 Cleary, Erica Jean ..,.,.,..,......,.. 87, 276 Cleaver, Wesley Paul ..................... 251 Clement. Philip B. ........ 46, 47, 52, 249, 256 Clinch, Houstoun M ....,.,..,.,. 143, 191, 252 Cofiield, Catherine K. .........,.......... 262 Coffield, Heather Ann .... ......... 2 53 Coflield, Katherine M ..... ,... 2 71, 276 Coggin, Anne Story. . , . .... 107, 236 Coggin, Laura K ...... . . . ..,... .106 Cohan, Michael William .... .....,....... 2 58 Cohen, Dena Laurel ..... ......,... 5 2, 263 Cohen, Gabrielle Lee ..,., ...., 1 06, 232, 237 Cohen, Joshua . ....... ....,.,.,...,. 2 61 Cohen, Loren Scott .... ...., 1 13, 114, 247 Cohen, Lori Beth .....,., , . , ..,...... 269 Cohen, Richard Mark ..,., . ,...,.,.. 242 Cohen, Timna, ......., .... 7 0, 71, 276 Cohn, Dennis R. .,... , . , . 131, 237 Cohn, Lester W,. , . ....,....., 243 Cohn, Lisa Jean ..... ...., 8 7, 113, 259 Cohn, Sherri Ilene .....,. , ...,.,., 263 Coladarci, Thomas B ...,. , . . . 135, 238 Cole, Alan S ...... ..... ....,...,.... 2 7 6 Cole. Nancy Lynne ...,.,. . , . ,... . . , 53, 249 Cole. Philip M. .........,.,..,.,., 47, 141, 276 Coleman, Janet L .,..,...... 53, 133, 265, 189 Coleman, John Thomas Jr .,.,..,.,.... 53, 66, 190, 256, 260 Coleman, Steven M. ......, .......,..... 2 40 Coletta, Lisa Gay ..,...., ....,. 5 2, 106, 276 Collias, Emily Elizabeth ....,.. 46, 47, 167, 276 Collins, Michael ......... ..... 1 30, 165, 248 Colson, Heather Camille .... ........ 1 06, 239 Coltman, Bertram ......... ...... 2 71, 276 Coltman, Rudyard John .,., ........ 1 53, 237 Comeau, Denis Nicolas ........,...,... . .276 Comerci, Caterina C. ..........., 106, 175, 243 Comin, Jeri ........... .... 4 7, 70, 271 276 Conant, Andrew F, ....,......,...... 1 11, 260 Condon, Michael C .... , .... 105, 130, 187,247 Conley, Michael Patrick ,....,.,. . ..,....., 236 Conley, Paul Thomas .... ......... 1 58, 251 Conn, Patricia Dianne ..,. ..,... 2 76, 304 Connolly, George ...,.. ,... .... 84 , 101, 261 Connolly, Susan K. ....,............ 124, 264 Connor, Nora Kathryn ..,......,.......... 276 Connors, Gayle E ........ 60, 63, 111, 276, 304 Constan, Kathy W ....,.. ........ 1 03, 111, 276 Constan, Theodore B .... .... ........ 1 4 1, 252 Conte, James B. ....... ........... 2 76 Conway, Cheryl R .... .,... 5 3, 248 Cook, Brian James .... .,..... 2 76 Cook, David Alan .... ..... 2 47 Cook, Douglas M. ....... . .247 Cook. Scott R. ........ ....,. 2 76, 304 Cooley, John Richard ........... 115, 135, 237 Coolidge, Lisa .......................... 260 Coon, Carolyn Drummond. .... ......... 2 60 Cooper, Alexander S. ........ .... 1 91, 237 Cooper, Ciaran Mark ..,.... ..,. 1 41, 276 Cooper, David Louis ..... . . , .... 276 Cooper, Declan James ..... ......... 2 62 Cooper, Melissa P ......,. ..... 6 3, 246 Copp, John A ......,... .... 1 41, 264 Copp, John Christopher ,... ...... . 276 Cora, Maxwell G. ........ ,.,....... . . .249 Corbett, George ,...... .,............ 2 60 Cordek, Susan Marie ......... 53, 69, 117, 239 Cordek, Wendy S ,..... ...... 6 7, 1 11, 276 Coren, Jill Susan ......., .......,. 6 2, 262 Comelius, Dana E. ...,..,.. ......... 5 3, 262 Comell, David Jerome ...., .... 1 24, 191, 242 Cometi. Cynthia M ....... .....,....... 2 54 Coms, Mary Lynn Ann ..... ,... 1 07, 193, 276 Coms, Melanie Anne ..... .... 1 55, 193, 240 Corp, Steven L ........ ......... , .276 Cory, Frank ......... .......... 8 7 Cosgrove, John D. .,... .... 1 29, 257 Cosnow, Anne E ,...... .... 1 17, 239 Costello, Kerry L ...............,........ 241 Cottle, James Stephen ...,............... 258 Couglan, Matthew Joseph .......,........ 276 Coughlin, Katherine S. ,.52, 106, 117, 232, 241 Cousins, Robert ................,...,.... 257 Coustan, Brad S ...., .................. 2 52 Cowan, K. David ..... ........ 1 43, 237 Cox, Valerie Sue ...., ..... 5 3, 107, 242 Coyle, Brian C, .... ...,.......... 2 64 Coyle, Pat D. .... . . . 84, 129, 271, 276 Crabtree, Louis .... ...,.......... 2 47 Cragg, Karyn K, . . . .... 65, 70, 271, 276 Craig, Richard M ....... .............. 2 47 Craig, Rachell ........... ............. 2 61 Cramin, Jeffrey David .... ......... 2 76 Crane, Allen Brian ...,. ........... 2 76 Crane, Susan L ......... ....,........ 2 76 Crawford, Barbara E. ..... ..... 8 7, 113, 114 117, 271, 276 Creath, Susan Helene .... .......... 5 2, 277 Critz, Francine L ........................ 261 Croisant Cynthia T ......... 159, 175, 245, 247 Croisant, Thomas Daniel . ..........,..... 277 Croke, Aluander J ...... 87, 113, 114, 117, 261 Crome, David J .................. 78, 181, 251 Cronin, Beth 1. ...... ............ 1 85, 248 Crosby, Kevin M ..... .....,............ 2 43 Cross, Andrew R ..........,. 70, 148, 173, 277 Cross, Jennifer ..................... 1 13, 185 Crow, Aimee Susan ..... 53, 107, 185, 229, 240 Crowe, John Douglas ..........,.......,. 249 Crovim, Catherine Ann .....,.............. 265 Crown Judith ..........,.. 154, 271, 277, 304 Crump, Jacquelyn D. .................... 169 Cuccio, Claire Susan ...., .......... 6 7, 265 Cuevas, David Enrique ..... ...,......... 2 69 Culbertson, laura Ellen .... .... 1 05, 111, 253 Cullen, Thomas Milton ..... ........... 2 77 Cummings, Stephen D. ...., .... 1 24, 250 Cunningham, Ashlyn Ann .... ...... 2 77 Cunningham, David ......... ........., 4 9 Cunningham, Meghan A ..... .... 1 06, 249 Curley, Richard Edwin. . . . . Currie, Peter M. ,... , . . Curtis, Andrew B ..., Curtis, Burke, ..,.. , Curtiss, Ann E ........ Cyrluk, Jonathan M. .... . Czarnota, James E ..... D Dahl, Douglas Cook ........,....... Daley, Mary Kathryn ...,., 44, 53, 65, Dalkin, Andrew Robert ....,......... Dalton, Anne ...,....... Daly, Deirdre A. , ...,.., . . Dandrade, Laura Ruth ........,....,. Dangerfield, Edwin B ......,... ....,..,.. Daniel, James N. lll .......,..,........,. Daniels, Elizabeth Marie .,.. Daniels, William Thomas , . , ..,,......., . Danz, Andrew William .,.,.,......... Dapolito, Alexandra R. .... 47, 65, 101, Darcy, Carolyn .....,.,.,.... 53, 63, Darling, Pamela Ann ..... Darnton, Anne Miles ..... Dauer, Lesley Katherine . . David, Carrie Jo ....,.... David, Jennifer Anne ..,.. Davidson, Peter John Davis, Allison ....... .... Davis, James Bradley .... Davis, John A .......... Davis, Karen J ....... . Davis, I.isa M ......... Davis, Marcus Harold Davis, Michael Adam .... Davis, Michael Scott ..... Davis, Todd Anthony ..... Davis, William Wieboldt . , Day, Susan Ellen ........ Day, Thomas Freeman. . . Dayan, Daniel Joseph , . , . Dayan, Denise Deborah . . Dean, Nancy L ...,...... Dean, Patrick John ...., Dean, Robert Joseph .,.. Deason, Daniel Marion . , . Deason, Kathryn Sue . . . Dechovitz, Louise R. ., . . Decori, Greg ............ Decoster, Suzanne E ..... DeCroocq, Cynthia ,... DeDominicis, 'limmi .... Dehetre. David Andrew. . . DeLeon4Jones, Karen . . , . Delken, Helena Anna .... Delken, Louise Ehba .... Dell, Emily L ........ Dell, Linda Jeannine .... Delp, Alexandra ........ Delp, Peter ............. Demitchell, Ethan J. M.. . . Demos, Raymond J ..,.. Dempsey, ynthia M. . . . Dempsey, Tom F ....... Denenberg, Brian ........ Denniston, Katherine S. . . Dent. Dale Stuart ..,.... Dent, Daniel ,.......... DePatie, John Bradford. . . DesRosiers, Charles V. . . . . DesRosiers, Reine D .... . . . Desser, David Benjamin . . . Desser, Stephanie ...,... Detmer, Martha Allison . , . Devers, Tripp James .... Devries, Mary .......... Diamond, Debra Jill .... Diaz, James Amau ...... Dicanio, Laura Nicole .... Dicanio, Paula Terese .... Dicesare, Donna .......,. Dickenson, Molly B, ,... . . Dickie, Andrew Campbell . Dickinson, Malcolm M ,... Dickson, laura Elizabeth . DiClementi, Anthony John . DiClementi, Matthew J ..... DiClementi, Patricia Ann. . . Diedrichsen, Frauke ...... Diehl, Jody 1.6615 ....... Dierickx Anne Lenore ..... Dieter, Russell A ....... Dietrich, Brenda Jo .... . Dietrich, Jeffrey P ..... Dietrich, Robert . . Dile, Nicole A. ..... . Dill, Glenn D. ........ . . Dillon, David Walter ....... Dillon, Johanna ...... Dillon, Keith M... . . , . . Dillon, Michael Coyle .... Diltz, Julie Anne ........ .,..134,187,236 277,305 , .... 191,251 .....143,247 ....,.H...260 H.,.53,154,277 .......47,247 ,......,.,263 113,257 193,249 168,277 ...,........,. 189 ........ 259 106,240 277 257 103,105,277,304 239 141,260 106,254 105,254 .,n,..H,.,.H 246 ...H...52,193,264 ... ....,..., . 277 . ......,. 206,257 ...U...44,271,277 .....,.......,. 258 ..H...109,137,238 47,59,134,135,187 ............... 302 ...N.......61,277 .......... 249 U..114,151,251 ......191,253 . .... 191,242 .....,.,....... 277 .....,.....,... 254 .....,.....159,277 ..131,158,191,241 ..H.,.....l81,257 .....,.....133,237 . .... 107,242 ....129,260 ......113,2o7 . .... 106,115,243 H..1O1,106,277 ..H.....,117,241 ....U,.....U. 246 ....62,84,177,277 ..H.......62,277 ...,...,.,...177 . ..,.,... 262 . .... 67,257 ........249 ...,106,249 ......106,277 H..111,269,277 .,...,185,253 . ...,..... 248 . ,.,... 263 ........302 .....H..254 ....19O,260 . ........... 260 . .... 146,185,253 .,.,51,53,257 ..,......277 . ........ 251 ...,.190,277 .. ....... 193,260 ..........173,239 . ..... 47,111,265 . ...... 137,277 ......M..243 .....147,241 U......277,103 .......,.,19O,262 ...65,101,103,263 ......,53,107,155 227,243 ,..53,125,260,189 ...,..,.........258 ................259 68,87,113,114,249 .......154,177,277 ..H......129,277 H....130,171,252 .. .,.,.. 145,177 ...,155,227,236 . ,......... 261 ....67,82,265 . ,.... 143,257 H......193,257 ....141,171,277 ...........,.269 ..........106,243 ..H..134,187,277 ..78,13O,173,254 ..U......113,264 ........134,277 H..124,164,258 H,..63,106,254 ...........239 Dilwonh, Elizabeth S. .... . Dilworth, Rebecca Love . . . Dini, Gina Marie .......... Dini, John . . . ..... . . Dittnch, Chnsuna B. ..... . Dob1'in, Derek Alan ....... Doherty, Allison Therese. . . Dolby, John T ............ Dold M. Kelley ......... Dolin, Michael ...... Dolnic Nadine R K . ..... . DoMann, Robert H ........ Donahue, Jeffrey Dixon Donahue, Margaret W. . . . . Donahue, Mary Tighe ..... Donlevy, John D ........ Donnell, Lauretie B. .... . Donnellan, Maggie C .... Donnelly, Frederic .... .. ,....,. 71 248 257 . .... 87,256, ...........243 173 .. ..... 236 .. .......... 302 . .,.. 131,236 ....62 277 ....49,252 ....53 242 ........243 . .... 70,71277 ..........253 .....131238 . ........... 236 ...,....133,247 187,277 Donnelly, James L ....... Donnelly, Joseph A. ..... . Donnelly, Suzanne E. . . . Donohue, Colleen ..... . Donohue, Mike Brian . , . . Doppelt, Steven M. ....,..,...,.... . .62 65, 113 Dordek, Amy Beth. , . . ., Dordek, Eileen Jill .,..,.. Doren, Julie ...,..,...., Dorfman, Beth Ellen , . . . , Douaire, Hannah Marie ..... ...... Dowen, Elizabeth Ellen .... ...... . . Downey, Sarah J. ..... . . Downs, Carrie Lynn ..... ..........,129,263 .. 115, 143,241,385 ..,.......53,265 ,...,......131,237 , ,237,277 .. 109, 115, 227, 228 .146,249 ......277 .....107,229,241 ,. ..,. 236 Doyle, Alden Michael ....,. .... Doygle, Shawn M ..,....,. Drayton, Spencer Vance .... Dreier, Debra Ruth. ...... . . Drew, Jennifer Lynn .... Drew, Michael Scott .....,......,... Drexler, Elizabeth F. ....,.. 159, 185 Drexler, Ray F .............. 65, 135 Driggs, Leslie Elizabeth ............. Drileck, Cynthia Anne ..., Driscoll, Regina Mary ..,......,..... Drobny, Dane A. ,..,.,. Drobny, Jeffrey Steven . . . Drower, Denise Ruth .... Druger, Eileen M. ....... . Dmger, James C. ..,....,..,. . . . , Drummond, Frank David ..... . . . , Drymalski, 'Paige ........,.. , .... , Dube, Bettina ........... Dubey, Marc L. ......... , Dublin, Adam Hutchison .... . . Dubois, John Curtiss ..... Dubois, Nicole Patrice .... Dubrow, Karen Louise . . , ,...252 ,...248 ..,...277 .,...,....107,240 ,.,...277 ,229,237 ,187,247 .107,241 ,.....71,113,261 ......261 49,82,245,247 ,.,......190,265 ..,..107,227,237 , .......... ,237 ..,...262 .277,304 . .,... 240 ....51,254, 269 ......277 ..,.52,262 . .,.., 239 Dudick, Robert Thomas .... . . . . . . . ,277 141, 252 Dudley, Amy Hope .,....,.. .... ,..... 2 7 7 Duerwachter, Christopher ............ 165, 250 Duerwachter, Jeffrey A ..,..,.... 115, 183, 243 Duerwachter, Matt Brian .... ............ 2 50 Dufer, Karen Michele ..... .......... 2 52 Dufer, Rolf L .......... ........ 2 77 Duff, Kevin Buckley ..... .......... 4 9, 252 Duff, Roderick F ...... ....,........... 2 77 Duffy, Ann .....,... ................. 2 60 Duffy, Jennifer E ...... . .. 113, 159, 165, 252 Duffy, John Joseph ........ 131, 152, 181, 242 Duffy, Kelly Anne ....... ....,....... 5 3, 241 Duguid, Tracey Dawn ..., ....,..... . . . .240 DuKatt, Steven Hershel ................... 277 Dunbeck, Anne L ......,......,......... 258 Duncan, Mary Shannon A .... 53, 105, 106, 254 Dunkel. Christopher J. ........... 65 130, 257 Dunkel, Elizabeth A. ...................., 277 Dunn, Christopher John ............ 44, 64, 65 158 271,277 Dunn, William W. ........,......... ..... 2 61 Dunston, Douglas Edward. . 115, 143 169, 240 Dupont, Renee Marie ............ 153 193, 246 Durband, Debra Joy ....,.......... ..... 2 62 Durian, Michael B ....... 87, 113, 114, 191 253 Dustrnan, Ann .................. 53 185 252 Dustman, Eric ................,. 78 134 259 Duvick. Katherine S ........ 107, 147 175 241 Dvorak, Douglas S ..... .......... 1 15, 124, 181 227, 240 Dvorak, Elizabeth Helen .... ...... 2 59 103 Dyan, Daniel ....,..,.... ........ ..... 2 5 7 Dysan., Joan Marie ..,.. ,... . 145 175 277 Dysart, Robert William ..., ,..... 1 51 250 E Eadie, Jean Anne ........ Eadie, Sam Loftis ...,. Eagle, Ross M ........,. Ebenhoeh, Lisa Marie .... , ..,. 158 . . . . .52, 61 Eberhardt Eric Stanley ..... .,.,. 1 64 Ebert, lAuraJ ..... ..,..... . .. Ebert, Mark R. .....,... . Eby, Carolyn ............ Ecanow, David Baruch. . . Ecanow, Jacob Seth .... Ecker, Amy Beth ......... .... Eckert. Edward Allen ...... ......... Edelstein, Carrie Debra ..,........ 82, Edelstein, Sam Ross ........ Eder, Lisa Ann . ......,... . Edsall, Emily M ........... 107228, . 113, 114, Edwards, Patricia Kibbe ............. Edwards, Tracy Marie ..... ......... Eguiguren, Jose V. ..... . Eguiguren, Lolita ..... Ehle, Craig Barton .... Ehrenberg, Roger ..... Ehrlich, Elisa Jill .... Eisen, Scott ..... , .... Elegant, Michelle .,..,.. Elesh, Carolyn Nancy ..... ....... Eliscu, Felice D. Elkin, Wcki Ann ........,. . . . .53, Elling, Nathan Brickner ....., . ...... . , . . . . . .263 .277 . 261 , 259 , 278 . . . . .260 . . . , .248 159, 265 135, 239 134, 263 . . . . . .240 165, 278 193, 262 105, 253 229, 237 159, 246 . , . . .278 . . . . .237 278, 304 .258 183, 258 .278 .258 171. 236 .258 .258 245, 251 .239 Elliott, Laurie Jo .......... .....,..... Elliott Margaret Mary .... ..... ........ . . EUB,Brad cu .............. . ........ ... mscmmaugh ......., 15141 Ellis, Eve M. .... . ................... . . , Ellis, Garrett Reynolds ..... .,.......... Ellk, Kathleen Jill ....... Ellis, Kristen ......... Kristine Lacy .... Ellis, Ellis, Sean Thomas ..... ....53, E.llman, Bruce Edward .... ......... Elman, Jennifer Lisle ..... Elmore, James Hall ...,....,.... Elmore, Lauren Elizabeth ........ 117: 278, Emanuel, Deborah Paige .,...... Emanuel Molly .,....... Emanuel Todd P, ..., . 248 246 26 1 193, 236 .278 .278 .278 252 . 253 257 265 278 116 143 237 304 ....,.53,84. 133,193,265 ,........239 131,181,242 Emanuel, William Joseph ..... Embree, Marianne ...,.. Emery, Karen Denise . . . Emmert, James Allen . . . Ender, Kathy ...,..,... Eng, John Paul ll .... Engberg, Sarah . . . . . Engel, Debra Ellyn ..... Engel, Leslie Anne .,.... Engler, David Gregory. , . Engler, Steven Barnet. . . Epkins, Christine F ...... Epstein, Cary Todd ..... Epstein, David Elliott .,.. Epstein, Elizabeth Anne . Epstein, Lori Joy ....... Erbach, Christopher J. . . Erbach, Lisa Marlene .... Erdbeer, Cornel L ..... Erfert, David Paul .... Erick, Kurt A. ....,... . Emstein, Anne Beth ..., Erskin, Thomas Allen . . . Erskine, Kathy Marie .... Er-zinger, Maria El ...... Erzinger, Matthew D .... Erzinger, Neil Emmett. . . Escamilla, Ann Marie .... Esko, Amy Lynn ..,..... Etienne, Renee Ellen .... Ets-Hokin Russell ..,.... Evangelista, Angela T.. . . Evans, Susan L ....... Everingham, Bob D .,.. EuBanks, Diane .,..,. Ewing, Ana Marie ..... Ewing, Scott I. ..., . F Fadel, Claudia Guimares Fagan. Arnold Lee ...... Fagan, Linda Lynn ...... Falcon, Michelle Lynn . . . Falconer, Alex ..,..,.... Fallmor, James D ....... Fallanne, Elizabeth Ann . Fandell, Sarah Elizabeth. Fargo, Carolyn M. ..... . Fargo, Paul Christopher . Famham, Edward ....., Famsworth, Peter ...... Famswonh, Ward ...... Farrell, Brian Patrick . . . Farruggia, Teresa R .... Farwell, Zachary F. .... . Fasano, Matthew J .... . Fasano, Robert A . . . Fauceti. Karen .,..,. . Fauceit, Laura ......... Favorite, Edward M.. , . . Federico, Dianne N. Feffer, Marsha Sue ..... Fehr, Johnathon C ..... Feiger, Joel Michael Fein, David l. .......... , Feinberg, Cynthia Joy. . . Feinberg,JeffA ,.... ...87, 113, 114, Feingold. Jason W, . ,... Feingold, Richard A ..... Feldman, Louis Joseph . Feldman, Nancy Renee. . Feldman, Robert Jay .... Fell, Karyn I ............ Fenner, Joseph Carson. . Fenner, Katherine Dixon. Ferdinano, Ben D ....... Ferdinand, Pamela D .... Fern, Gregory H. ..... . Ferrero, Anita Jo ....,.. Festoso, Ellen Christine . Festoso, Philip M. ...... . Fetkenhour, Douglas R. . Fetkenhour, Jeffrey G.. . . Fetzer, Albert James ,... Fetzer, Anne M8176 ...... Fetzer, Wade N ...... Feuer, Polly H. A ...... Fidel, Kerim C ........ . Fiegen, Chris John ..,., Fiegen, Eric John .... Hkso, Althea Louise . . . Hndlay, William A .,., Hne, Jeffrey Scott . . . . Fink, William B ................, Hnkelman, Bruce L . .............. . Enkelman, Lauren Beth .... Hnks, Thomas Paul ...... Hnnell, Donald Edwin. . . . Hrestone, Robert E,. . . . . Hrestone, William W. . . . Fisch, David Alan ....... Hsch, Michael Adam ..... Fsch, Miriam Naomi. . . . . Fischer, Charlotte Jean .......... 137, Fischer, Henry Hammer .... Fischer, Jean Louise ..... Fischer, Jeffrey . ....,. . . Fischer, J ohn ........... Escher, Linda Lee .... ..,.. Fischer, Paul Charles, Jr. , ...... . Fischer, Steven Talbot . . . ..... 169, Fish, Rick Arthur ....... Hshbein, Peggy Joy ..., Fisher, Adam . . ...... . . Fisher, Bonnie Beth ........ 147 Fisher, Douglas Edward .,...... , ..... Fisher, Howard F. ...,........... 143, .87,113,114, Hsher, Jeffrey ......... 105 Fisher, Richard Paul .............,..... , Fisher, Sally L ....... . 258 253 .... .246 158,259 .....262 131 238 .....101185238 ..,.,159162239 , ..,..... ..... 2 36 ........124 227 238 124247 87,113114246 44,82 278,332 . .,..,.,. 227238 111,249 ........278 ,...... 250 ,...53,107,115 185,232,238 , ..,.,...,.,.. 236 143237 106 250 .....243 . ....,... 106,254 ....,146155,252 .......,..278 .,.115,237 ..,.,..269 .......249 ..,.,...261 ....53,278 ,.,.....278 ...171,242 ,.,106,254 ..,.,.,265 ,.,..258 ,.,..278 ,....278 . ..... 107 229,239 106 237 115, 135, 169, 238 ............103,259 ........107,193,239 .,.,....107,137,243 .,.,....134,187,278 ..,....173,236 ...,..78 ............251 .........165,254 .....113,124,264 ............262 . ......,.,.. 278 .....115,183,2.37 ........133,193,248 53, 135, 185, 242 .......106,153,239 ,.....'70,278 ....,..278 ...,........245,254 171,246 ............124,240 ...........,131,243 87,113,114. 278 ............101,246 ............101,258 53, 82, 249, 189 65, 158, 256, 260 .............53,243 . ............,. 237 ......,.278 ....,245,252 ......,.....278 ........167,232,239 .......129,258 ,..,... 158,238 ,...65, 158,265 .........263 ....,.,251 .........19O,261 131, 152, 181, 241 .......,...129,278 ...,...105,113,251 47, 141,271,278 ...,131,241 ....302 ....53, 107,240 .....165,262 .......,.247 ............302 .....141,187,261 ......,183,250 ...........256 185,247 .......173,25O .....24O .....265 .........263 .......107,241 ....,...302 261,103 ,..........278 155,185,240 190,262 153,243 173,265 259 .....64,65,111,125 253,278,305 INDEX 319 Fischer, Stacy L. ..,.. . Hshman, Gregg B. . . . Fishman, Lynn M. .... . . Fishman, Marla Susan . . . Hshman, Robert I ....... Fitch, Grant Franklin .... Fitzgerald, Bill Daniel .... Fitzgerald, James G .,.,. Fitzgerald, John .,....... Fitzsimmons, Juliane C, . . Fix, Chris N .....,,....,. Flaherty, John Francis . . . Flaherty, Megan E, .,,... . Flaherty, Patrick D, Jr.. . . . Flake, Jami Lee , ..... . . Flanagrn, Jill , ..,...... . Flatland, Heather Anne . . . Fleischman, Edythe ....,. Fleming, Anne Roberts , . . Fleming, Timothy Earl Jr.. Fleming, Margaret Ann . . . Fletcher, Barbara J ...... Fletcher, John C ...... Fletcher, Pam .,... Flinn, Stephen ,..... Florendo, Lena G ,.... Flynn Colleen E. ..,.... . Flynn, Elizabeth Irene .... Fogarty, Christopher J .... Fogarty, Kelley Ann ,,.... Fogelson, Lawrence Jack. Foley, Joan Collins . ,.,. . Foley, Kimberly Beth .,,.. Foley, Michael Dawson. , . Folkoff, Amy ........,., Folland, Charles E. . . . Folland, William A.. . . , Footlilc Kraig Adam .,.. Foran, Nancy M. ,..... . . Foran, Patrick Dunstan . . , Formicola, Gregg Robert . Fomi, Tricia , . . , ...... . . Forsythe, John Eric ,..... Foulkes, Charles Piehl .... Foumier, Leah . , ,..,... Fowler, William R. Ill ,.,. Fox, Fox, Fox, Fox, Fox. Foy Foy I Michael Brydori . . Frag Adam Eric , .... . Anthony D .....,. Donna Lynn ......, Leslie Merideth ..., William Bradley ..., Carol Renee . assi, Laura Lee, . . . . Fragen, Patricia Beth .... Franco, Marcio G, , . . . Frank, Corey A .,,... Frank, Jennifer S. ...... . Frank Lisa Anna Marie . , . Franke, Jill Katharine , . , Frankel, Robert Bruce .,.. Frankel, Timothy J ...... Fraser, Bonnie Jean .... Frechette, Kathleen , . . Frechette, Kristin L ...... Freedman, Lisa Gail .... Freels, James ........ Freeman, John H ...., Freeman, Julia M. ...,. , . Freeman, Lynda Kay ..... Freeman, Michael Stephen Freeman, Frei, Thomas Albro . . , . , . Freidheim, Scott Jon ...,. French, Deanna Desiree. . Frey, Bradley M ...,...... Freydol, Gretchen Ann . . . Fridgeirsson, Anna Lisa . . Fridgeirsson, Maria .,.... Friedlander, Trudy Sue . . . Friedman, David ........ Friedman, Deborah M. . , . Friedman, Elizabeth ..... Friedman, Gregory .,... Friedman, John W ..,... Friedman, Lori Renee .... Friedman, Mark James, . . Friedman, Miriam .....,. Friedman, Scott Wane , . . Friedrichs, Dirk P. ..... . Friend, Scott Charles ..... Frient, Jeffrey Michael .... Frient, Susan M. ...,,. . . Fritzsche, Kathleen C. . , . Fritzsche, Peter Bart ..,. Froede, Tanya . ,...... Frommeyer, Julia M ..... Front, Jacqueline Ann .... Fry, Nicholas M ..,,..., Fuchs, Victoria A .,.. . Fujii, Thea W .....,..,. Funk, Katherine M. . . , . Fuqua, Pamela E. ...,. , Fusco, Joseph Thomas . , . Fusco, Lynn Marie ....,. Fowler, Todd ..... ..,, G Gaan, Beth L .......,..., Gaber, Jonathan Ormes. . Gaddefors, Hendrik ..,,,. Galbraith, Laura L. ..,. , . Gale, Barbara Jean ....., Gallatin, Jeffrey Owen ..,. Galli, Michael , ......... . Gantman, Maury Scott . . . Gantz, Leslie S. ....,.,.. . Gantz, Matthew John. , . .59, 150, 243, Ganz, John S. ,.,.. . . Garden, David John . Gardiner, Allison Lynn. .,.. Gardiner, Margaret E .... 320 INDEX Robert Laurance. . . ,.,.70 ...173 21193 .llll1il41'91- .,,.106,143 1fIf111,173 129 ,49 ...59, ,181 ,114 269 113 187, 238, 137,185,245 183 ., ..,.... 70 63 106 .113 158 115, 116, ..,.....154, .,.,..ff63 1ffIf1f'1'i7 143, 153, 230 ........1o5, ....51,111, ......47, ....61, ...129, ...154, ....,130, ....87, 187, 53, 134, 158,187, 278 250 177 257 .278 253 242 278 247 254 257 134 278 248 278 278 249 248 246 264 243 278 262 302 249 .278 249 .249 257 236 248 258 253 263 278 278 278 265 262 278 248 254 239 278 248 262 .....131,239 66,254 ....153, 173, 243 ,..,69, ,..,7O, ......117, ....113, 143, .....133. 193, ...131, .....106, ....106, 169. ,....173, ..,....141, ..,.52,193, ...70,28O. ,..,....229. .,.,115,185, . ..,... 47, .252 .278 259 278 239 246 257 252 263 243 265 247 278 278 265 278 278 265 259 242 280 264 241 247 280 280 280 304 241 241 262 . , ..... 52, 56, 65 264 109, 159, "ffI1d6. ...105, ....,115, ..ff1o5l187, ..........230, 59,173,280 44,141,280, f 63,1651 252, .......,131, .,1f53f 111, ,...47, 65, I1I1I53Q'1ki7,' ......,.269, .....53, 232, ' ' ' ' .521 '1X1f I-ll..51,52, ff1.f'1A56, ....109, 159, .....193. , ....... 181. ......,155, 185 280 135 ....143, 173 ....65, 137 185 .280 251 264 250 239 249 242 240 280 264 305 304 255 1 89 242 253 280 280 242 243 280 240 258 257 280 181 257 .263 280 260 256 250 252 .280 251 305 240 236 159 , 253 .280 Gardner, Allison K,. . . . Garfinkle, Karen Paige. Garrett, Michael ,..... Garvey, Amy ........, Gassner, Michael Craig Gately, Susan ........ Gauli, Adam Daniel. . . Gauri, Anjali J ......,, Geannopoulos, Debbie Gea1'y, Kathleen A ,,... Geier, Daniel Gerard . . Gelfond, Julie Lynn . . . Gelfond, Lisa Ellen ..,. Geniesse, Jill M ....... Gentles, Katherine Daw ..... Geohas, Jeff G. ...... . George, James Wade . Gera, Robert .,,....... Gerber, Felicia Lynn , . . Gerber, Kathryn . , . . , . , Gerber, Lorna Renee ..... Andy Lipman ,.,.159, 193 11 f I 1871113 ffif52,2Z7 "f1.f'46 ..,.165 ,..52 ..ff191' .......4v ......e5,6s 175, 256 260 239 280 175 258 280 280 189 280 280 246 243 280 280 263 246 252 142 254 159 259 280 Gerber, Tracy , .... Gerding, David ...., Gerlits, Francis J .,., Gerrard, Pamela G. . . . Gersh, Zui ............ Gescheidle, John Arthur Ghantous, Sarah B ...,. Gianukos, James M. , , . Gibbons, Kelley Ann , . , Gibbons, Kathleen Marie ,... Gibbons, Kim A.. , . . . ,. Gibbs, Erika Leonhardt. Gibson, Gregory S. . . , . Gidwaney, Anil ........ Gienapp, Anne Aileen . . Gilbert, Elisabeth ...... Gilbert, Peter Boyce .,.. Gildsmith, Marc ...... Gill, Cynthia M ........ Gill, Peter David ....... Gillarn, Katherine Ann. . Gillies, Beth Anne ...... ....52, 228, 158 101 A 193 A ' ' ' -137,-1851 106 232 151 ""'167, 101, 229, 111 238 236 280 242 247 280 237 247 263 253 257 280 280 262 248 243 260 264 237 243 243 280 Gillis, Jane Jennifer .... Gillum, Bradford T ..... Gilson, Anne Elizabeth . . . Gilson, Scott A. ....... , Ginn, Peter Vilas ..,...... Ginsberg, Ronna Hope . . . Ginsburg, Julie Suzanne. . Ginty, Kevin C .....,..... Ginty, Patrick Sean .,... Gion, Judy Denise .... Gladden, James M ..... Gladfelter, Elizabeth .... Glaeser, Kimberly A .... Glanz, Kelli Ann ...... Glass, Jill Renee ....... Glassman, Richard ...., Glassman, Sheri Lyn. . . Glatt, David Howard .,.. Glatt, Susan H ......,..., Gllcksberg, Jonathan P. . . Glueck, Andrew 1. .,.,... . Godfrey, Emily Maria ,.... 187 158, 131 193 f '49 181 154 . 62 166 143 240 229 . 49 1 85 264 254 241 252 239 260 240 238 280 248 260 240 253 ,252 260 250 264 241 280 242 249 236 PM ,,,, J., 4 If F 1'1" FFFFPH FFFFH TN ENN FFF? FFFFH lla lra Grossman Godfrey, Thomas Lee ...,.....,.. 47 105, 259 Goeben, Charles W. ll ...,,. 134, 187 256, 262 Goeben, Laura C. ....,... 53, 87, 113 114,254 Gold, Edward Craig ...... ....... 2 69, 280 Gold, Lawrence Alan ..... ....... 1 03 280 Gold, Lisa Sue ....,..... 115, 167 193 239 Gold, Michael David ..... ....... 1 90 280 Goldberg, Caroline J, ..., 89, 103 106 280 Goldberg. Heidi C ...,... .,.,,., 1 06 253 Goldberg, Keith Adam , . , , . , 171 280 Goldberg, Kendra Jayne. , . , ..,., , . . . ,248 Goldberg, Kenneth Jay, . . ..,.,.. 124, 258 Goldberg, Perry S .....,.. ..,,,.. , . , . 251 Golden, Lee Dana ....... 106, 115 229, 236 Goldfarb, Susan Rana .... .... 1 O6 113, 249 Goldin, Jacqueline M .... ....... ,... 2 4 3 Goldman, Jane Renee, . . . ..... 52, 232, 242 Goldman, Jon C ...,..,., . 52, 65, 191, 251 Goldman, Jonathan. ,.... ..,.... 1 13, 248 Goldman, Joshua Charles ......,.,. ..., 2 58 Goldman, Michael lain ..,.,..,., 115 169, 242 Goldsher, Alan M. ..,......,..,.,. 87, 1 14, 261 Goldsmith, Chandra Sarah ...,,...... 229, 237 Goldsmith, Daniel .......... . . , . , . . 280 Goldsmith, Marc ....... ........,........ 2 65 Goldsmith, Penny Diane ...........,. 185, 257 Goldstein, Curtiss ,..................... . 258 Goldstein, David Alan .,.. 116, 143 173, 236 Goldstein, Deborah . ,.,.. ....,.. 1 15, 243 Goldstein, Helene Susan. . ..,.,.. ,.,. 2 80 Goldstein, Kenneth T ,,., . , . . .106 115, 239 Goldstein, Steven D, . , . . ,..,. .... 2 64 Goles, Kristine M. .,... . , . .,., 240 Goles, laura Jean .... ..,,. . , . , 258 Goll, Eric Fred ....... . ..,.,. .,., 2 80 Gollob, David ..,....... ....,. 2 27 173, 236 Gollob, Lisa Anne ..,......,........ 133, 280 Golomski, Gretchen E .....,. 53, 107, 159, 241 Golub, Jessica A ...,,...,..,..., 103, 280, 304 Gomez, Amy M ....,....,..,.,.,..,..... 280 Gonzalez, Carlos Miguel .,.., , ...,.,. 280 Gonzalez, Rosa S. ..,...... ......,.,. 2 80 Gonser, Cathy .......... ....... 6 5, 159, 252 Good, Martin Foster ..... ....... 1 90, 280 Good, Nicole Kristen ..,.. 101, 107 229, 238 Goodall, Dana Thorson. . . ...,... .... . 263 Goodie, Adam S ....,,,............. 1 15, 243 Goodie, Steven J. .......... 114, 269, 280, 304 Goodlad, Geoffrey G.. , . ..,.............. 262 Goodman, Rebecca Lynn .,...... 167, 227, 240 Goodman, Robin Beth . ,......... 44, 167, 247 Goodman, William Howard ..,..... . . .78, 134, 187, 261 Goodrich, Andrew Kramer. ,.,....... 143, 153, 158, 173, 238 Goodrich, James H. ....... .... 1 51, 245, 250 Goodrich, Paul William .... ..... 6 5, 158, 258 Gordon, Andrew Lowell .,.. ...,.,.. 1 65, 257 Gordon, Anna K ........ ..., 1 15, 185, 236 Gordon, Charles Ira ..... . , . , . . 1 13, 280 Gordon, Craig L. ......, . ..,.... 113, 280 Gordon, Gregory lra .... ...,. 7 8, 256, 261 Gordon, Janet M ...,.... ...,.... 1 07, 238 Gordon, Kyle Robert .... .... 1 13, 114, 269 Gordon, Lesley Jill ..,.,. ........ 1 85, 241 Gordon, Leslie Beth ...,. ..... 84 , 271, 280 Gordon, Patricia Lynne ,... ...... 1 11, 260 Gordon, Robert Andrew . . . ....,.,., . 281 Goren, Benjamin Jacob ....,.... 131, 191, 242 Goren, Jill Sue ..,..,.,....,.. ...... 1 05, 250 Goren, Lihly , ...,, 45, 46, 47, 82, 137, 193, 281 Gorham, lmothy E ...,....,.... 131, 173, 237 Gorman, Ann Kieran ,.,.., ............... 2 39 Gorman, Sile Ann ..,.,. ......,.,. 2 32, 262 Gormanous, Jeffery J. .,..,........ ...... 2 81 Gorrity, Catalina M. ...,................. 281 Goss, Jennifer ....... ..... 1 05, 113, 124, 246 Goss, Mary Wctoria . . . ....,....... . . . . 250 Gottlieb, Peter David .... ..... ...... 4 9 , 247 Gould, Debra I. ............ 53, 125, 175, 281 Gould, Elizabeth J. .......,.............. 281 Gould, Karen Alexandra ......... 107, 147, 239 Gould, Laura S ........... ..., 1 11, 177, 281 Gould, Ronald P .......,.. ...,.,.. 1 43, 251 Gould. Thomas Arthur .... ..... 6 5, 158, 281 Gould, Rebecca ......., .......... 2 64 Gourley, Brett H. ..,... ...... 1 41, 247 Gourley, Carol .,..... ............ 23 8 Gourley, Jennifer G.. . . , .... 51, 53, 67, 106 109, 259 Goudey, Wm. Scott ..... , ..,., 143, 230, B8 Grace,BeckyAnn .... 52, 101, 106,256 Grace Tom Gerald .... . ..,....,. 151 251 Graef, Richard E ......., 87, 113, 114, 117, 260 Graf, Charles DeMand ................... 260 Graham, Jennifer A. ................. 70, 281 Graham, William Scott .............,. 49, 281 Grais,AdamJ ,,........,.. 115, 131,191,238 Grais, Gail Dana ..,..... ,....,.,., 1 07, 240 Graller, Michael Harry ...,. ......,. 1 16, 236 Gramm, Christian Barten ,.,. .,..... 2 81 Gramm, Melise. , . . ,... . , . ...,. 109, 263 Gramza, Jill Kathleen . ..,. . ..,.,., . 246 Granath, Catherine B ....,. . , . . .65, 109, 117 243, 281, 304 Granath, John D ...,...... .... 1 41, 191,250 Grand, Harry J ,.... ,...... . . ...,....... 281 Grannan, Jennifer Riley ...... ......... 2 81 Grant, Janet Mary ................... 106, 237 Grant, Pamela Amy ..................... 240 Grant, Wendy J .....,............ 53, 193, 259 Graves, Katherine H .,.,.. 65, 67, 109, 159, 252 Gramza, Scott P. , ...,,..,....,..... 185, 265 Gray, James Avrum. .,,,.,....,.., 70, 78, 281 Gray, Kirsten A. .,.... , . , . . . 62, 264 Gray, Matthew I ..... . .... , . . 130, 247 Greanias, Stacey ........ ........ 1 03, 259 Greanias, Thomas G. ..... ..... 8 3, 105, 281 Green, Catherine Mary .... ........... 2 51 Green, Doug ............. ....... 1 81, 241 Green, Kimberly F. .................. 115, 246 Green, Maalani Estralita .......... 46, 107, 242 Green, Nicole . ,.......... ........... 2 39 Greenbaum, Robert Alan . . . ........ . 242 Greenbaum, Steven Mark. ,.,. .... B4 , 257 Greenberg, Mark , , . .,...,.. , . . . 49, 281 Greenberg, Rachael Ann, . , . . ..... 133, 264 Greenberg, Steve ........... ...., 2 52, 256 Greenberg, William Ross .... ,.,.,.... 2 52 Greenblatt, Edward M. ..,.. ,.,., 1 73, 252 Greenburg, Doug Neil, .,.. ,..,, 1 29, 260 Greene, Jay Phillip ...,., ..,.,.,. 4 9, 258 Greene, Jennifer I. ....... , ..,.,.,.,.. 281 Greene, Matthew Harris .,..,.,.., 171, 190, 263 Greene, Richard Arnold. , . . , ..,.,.,.,. . 263 Greenhow, David Ralph , ..,. , ..., 230, 237 Greenhow, Rachel .....,.. .,.. ,...... 2 4 7 Greenhow, Steve ......... .... 1 41, 171, 264 Greenspahn, David H ........ ....,.. 1 29, 261 Greenspon, Pamela Lynne ........ 53, 169, 246 Greenstein, Amy M ...,.............,. 44, 281 Greenstein, Daniel Seth , ..,. 87, 113, 114, 251 Greenstein, Gregg W .,.,..,.,..,...,.... 281 Greer, Sally T, .,..,..,.,.. , ..,..., 154. 263 Greer, Wctona ....,....,.. Gregg, William Bradford, . . Gregory, Beth Claire ...,.. Grene, Andrew ...,...., Grene, Gregory ....... Grey, Thomas B. Ill ..... Gridley, Margaret Anne .... Griesser, Jeffry Paul ,.... Griftith, Alison Gail .,.. Griffith, Shauna , . . . Griffiths, Jay W. , ..,... . Grimm, Tod J ..........,. Grodzin, Joshua M ......,. Groebner, Louis Edward. . . Groenewold, John A. ..... . Groh, Susan ........... Gross, Christopher E, . . . Gross, Kenneth Keil, . . . . Gross, Nancy Anne , . . . . Gross, Scott H ..,..,...... Gross, Tanya Manuela. . . , . Grossinger, Caroline Joy. , . Grossinger, Gary S ......,. Grossman, lra Edward ..,. Grossman, Robert .,.... Grossweiner, Eric W.. . . . Gruenberg, Risa ,..,,... 111111159155 f.ff67f2Aa1 ....67,281 ....124,152 ..,....133 fffici 246 257 253 304 304 238 , 265 .248 ,281 ...,......240 281 Grundeis, Jill Barbara ..... .......,... 1 06 Grundeis, Karen Sue .... Grunow, Jason M ..,...... ,.., . Grunow, Karen Heather .... .,... Gulyas, James A ...,...... Gunc, Lale ............. Gunn, Judith Murray .... Gumey, John David ...., Guwey, Joan Marcia .,.. Gustavson, Carrie ..... Gutan, Rhonda ....... ...,.........281 X ...,., 143,187,250 ,..H.13l,191,241 .13o,169,191,25o ...H..53,113,250 ....131,181,23a .......256,265 .....47,1o6,254 ...,191,245,247 ...U.137,185,243 .. ..,..... 53,242 ..........25a .....261,332 ..,....,....252 .....,....... 257 H...177,269,281 281 ..... ,262 101,281 254 ..... 252 .....n 302 ......a2,262 ......,.... 265 ............. 281 .....115.149 238 .. ......,.. 256 Gutfreund, Leslie M. ...... ........,. 5 3 uthrie William Scott Q , .............. , Gutman, Charles Lawrence .. 49, 173, Gutof, Daniel E ..,..,.,.., . ..,.., . . 215 115 259 260 25 1 238 Gutter, Robert Lewis ...............,.... Gynn, Michael C ....,., ..,. 5 3, 65, 150. Haack, Jennifer A ..,...,. .... 1 24 Haase, David ...,.,,.,.,. ,,.., . Haase, Lynn Christiane ..... ..,. 1 55 Haban, Rodonte T. .,....... .... 1 91 Haberman, Audrey Ellen ...,. , ...,.,. Hackbarth, Katherine A. .... . .,,.. 107 Hackett, Mark Charles ...,..,....,,.. 151 Hackett, Sarah Kristen ...,..,.... 147, 175 Hackett, Susan K. ........,...,... 70, 227 175 Haddon, Julie M ......,..,. 113, 1 14, Haddon, Laura M. , . . , ..,.....,. . . . . Hadel, Debra Ellen, ..,. .,.,... , . 105 Hadel, Jill Loren ..,..,... ..,.. 7 O Haddon, Robert Barnett ,... .... 1 65 Haderlein, Jacquelyn R. ..... .... 5 1, 53 Haderlein, Robert K. ...,. ....... . Haffenberg, Mary R .,....... ....,... 264 259 247 .281 246 251 .281 237 251 237 281 246 h240 248 281 248 , 281 .247 .253 Haffey, James Edward ................... 249 Haffey, John P ...,....................... 281 Haft Shari Lynn. ,.,,........... 103, 105, 281 Hagenah, Katherine D ...,.. 106, 125, 229, 236 Haggerty, Betsy . .,...,..........,.. 245, 253 Haggerty, John M. ,.... ......... 1 90, 257 Hain, Richard .,..,..,. ....... 2 81 Haith, Kathy Lynn. , ...... ..... 6 3, 281 Haldenstein, Michael K. .,... .... 2 81, 304 Hall, Daniel .,..,..,..... .... 1 29, 263 Hall, David V, ..,..,... ..,. 1 34, 262 Hall, Jeffrey Beck, . .,.,., ........ . 260 Hall, Randolph Ashley ..., ..,...... 1 58, 261 Hallenberg, Ann K. ..,,,....,.,...,....... 281 Haller, Colin Kennedy , .,.,......., 47, 87, 248 Halling, Barton Russell 115, 131, 191,242 Halloran, Elizabeth Ann .,.,..,.,...,.,.,., 261 Halper, Katherine A ...... . , . , ...,. 106, 261 Halpin, Barbara J. ..... .... 4 2, 44, 256, 264 Halwick, Joseph A. ....... ...........,.. 2 43 Hamilton, Kimberly Ann ...,..... 125, 155, 240 Hamlin, Andrea Denise .........,......... 258 Hamman, James Townley ................ 281 Hammersley, Susan Ellyn ........ 106, 159, 304 Hammond, George Starr lll .........,..... 304 Hammond, Jeffrey David .,.., ........... 2 63 Hammond, Martin . ..,.,.,. ,..,. ...... 2 5 1 Hamu, Jordan Anthony .... , .....,.,..., 239 Handelsman, Robin Jane ..,....,.,,. 227, 240 Handley, Peter Doyle ......,..... 106, 115, 238 Handwerker, Cindy S ..... ..,...,. 5 2, 248 Haney, Matthew William .... ........, 2 81 Hanigan, Julie E ......... .... 1 59, 241 Hanigan, Michael G. . . . ..... 130, 249 Hanigan, Timothy J. . , . ............. 281 Hanley, Elizabeth C., . ,. , ...... 101, 124, 281 Hanley, John ........,.,.,.., 49, 82, 169, 252 Hanlon, James P. ......,....,....,,. 101, 247 Hanlon, Kathleen Anne ..... ...,,,. 1 07, 236 Hansen, Britt Kristine ..... .,,. 1 69, 248 Hansen, Heidi M. ...... ....,..... 2 54 Hansen, Jeffery Louis .... , . , . .,...., 281 Hansen, Mark Christian ....,..,., 131, 191, 243 Hansen, Neil ..........., , .,.... 131, 242 Hansen, Roger Blake ..... , .... 130, 249 Hansen, Todd R, .,..................... 281 Hardy, Brigham Thomas . , .......... 117, 251 Hardy, Maurice E, .... ,.,.,.103,105, 111,281 Hardy, John D .........,........ 131, 181,236 Hardy, Melinda .......... ...... , . . 281, 304 Hardy, Susan E .,.......... ....,..,.,.. 2 52 Hargett, William Robert .............. 257, 265 Harker, Rachel Jean ..... ..... 1 07, 185, 241 Harmon, Megan A. ..... .....,..... 2 46 Hamack, Gretchen ..... ......... 2 58 Hamey, Tom M ....., ...,. 1 29, 282 Harper, Cary W ..,.., ,... . , ...., 261 Harrington, Philip J. .,., ,.,.,141, 187,259 Harrington, Thomas P ......,........ 143, 238 Harris, Howard H. ....................... 251 Han'is, Jason Bennett ............... 181, 282 Harris, Julia., ..,..,..., 44, 125, 245, 248, 189 Harris, Paul Ari .,,.,........,..........., 258 Harris, Randi Marlene ...,.,......,.. 107, 238 Harrison,AudreyE ..... 71,261 Harrow, Barbara Jill .... , , . 101, 257 Harrow, Wendy Lynn ..... ...,., 2 82 Hart, Elizabeth Ann .... . . . 106, 253 Hart, John Adams... 191,253 Hart, Paula Mary ..... ....... 2 82 Hartel, Elizabeth .... ....... 1 06, 259 Harth, Rona ......,.. ...... 4 7, 106, 253 Hardgan, Carol ........ ............ 6 5, 256 Hanigan, Eileen M. ..... ..,. 5 3, 65, 193, 282 Hartigan, Rachel M ..... ..,.,..,.. 5 3, Hartman, Jean Louise ..., ,... . 51, 52, Hartmann, Mary Sue ..... ..,...., Hartnett,John .... ,.., . ,. Hartunian, Nancy Anne ..... Hasdrubal, Charles ....... . . Hasenbeckc Kim D ...,. ............, Hatefi, Mohammed ........ ............. Hauldren, Ryan ....,....... ............. Hauser, Jennifer E. ........ 133, 155, 185, Hausman, Valerie Noelle .............. 53, Hawk, Jamie Beth .,............,.... 52, Hawley, J. Devereaux .,... Hayes, David J. A ...... Hayes, Donald John ..... Hayes, John Arthur ........ Hayford, Michael Edward ....,....... Haymon, Jacqueline B. ......,.. 47, 53, 63 Head, Brendan P .... ..... Hliiad ,.......129 Head,ManaE .....,..... Head, Martin Patrick ..... Healy, Catherine A .....,. Healy, Erin Elizabeth ...,. Heard, William C ......... Hecht. Linda Sue .,....... . Hechtman, Jennifer Faith .... ...,.., 6 1 Hedberg, ElrzabethR ...,.,. .,..113, 114 Hedlund, Stieg ...,..,,.. ...... 1 68 Hedstrom, Kari Jeanne, .... ..... 5 3, 107 Hegarty, Kristen E., ..,,.. , .,.,.. . . . fIQf166 f1I13d ....,47 ...,165, .....,.52, 124, 254 282 .282 .177 .246 . .69 .282 .254 .262 236 242 282 282 ,260 282 257 302 257 259 .282 .251 282 .260 246 257 248 254 282 241 .302 Heidelberger, Lauren J. ..,. . Heilizer, Miriam K ......,. Heilizer, Tim J ..,...... Heinzen, Jeffery P ..., .... Heiser, Michelle Harriet. . , . . Heiss, Channing J.. . . . Heiss, Court E ...,,.,.. Heitman, Whitney R .,.... Heitrnan, Kirstian, Noel ....., 53, .....52 1fIf2s2 175, .....65, 165, 115, "Ui6f Helf, Donald Martin , ...,... . . , .... ..,. . . Helfano, Amy M. .....,., .....,., 1 13, 245, Helfand, Gregg N ....,.,.. Helfand, Howard Jack .,... Helfano, Meah Ester ,.,.. Hellstrom, Peter A. .....,. . Hellstrom, Susanne K, .... . Hemke, Frederic J. B .... 87. Hemmer, James F ........ Hammeter, Kristina Baer . . Hemsey, l.inda June ...... Henderson, Julie Marie ..., Henderson, Matthew H.. . . . Henderson, Michael R. . . . Hendrick, George K ,..... . Hendricks, Jan Mary ...... Hendrix, Apr'il L ,.,. ......, Hennessey, Andrew Joseph Hennessy, Michael C, ..... Hennessy, Patricia A ..... Henriksen, Gregory M, .... . Hennessey, Timothy E ..... Henry, Robert Alan ......,. Herbst, Charles William ..,. Herbst, Albert J. lll .,.... Herbster, Jason Charles . . . Herbster, Rory Eric ...... Herlocker, Carol P. .... . Herman, Jane A. ...... . Herman, Michelle Sue ..... Hemies, Beth Anne ..,.. Heroux, Roger Joseph, .... Herrmann, Suzan. . , ..... . Herron, Mark Weaver .... , . Herron, Michael Charles . , . Hersch, Andrea J. .....,., . Hershman, Joseph Ira. ,.., Herzon, Beth J. .....,.,.. , Hetherington, Lynn H ..,.., Heusdens, Leigh Ann .,.., Hicken, Joseph Shawn .... Hickman, Mary Elizabeth . , Hickman, Sara ........... Hicks, Andrew S, ....... . Hicks, Susan l .........,.. Hiering, Leslie A. ...... . . . Higdon, Jeffrey Lopapaka. . Higgins, Joseph Sean ..... Higgins, Maura P., ...... . Higgins, Peter Robert ....., Hile, John Christopher . , . . Hilgendorf, James Uoyd, . . Hill, Maury ............... Hill, Nancy C ............ Hill, Robert Johnston ..... Hill, Steven Conrad ...... Hillery, Brendan Sean .... Hillery, Sydney L .,,...,... Hillner, Kimberly Jane, . , . , Hilton, Laura W ...,..,.,. Hindsley, Amy .......,. Hines, Daniel John ....... Hines, Edward McMillan . . . Hines, Eliza . , ..,..,.. . Hines, Elizabeth Notz ..,.,. Hinkamp, Martha Mary .... Hinman, William M ....... Hirsch, Andrew Aaron .... Hirsch, David Alan , ...... . Hirsch, Lauren Michelle .... Hirsch, Margaret Jane ..,. Hirschel, Amy Sue ....... Hirschel, Gary Stuart ..... Hirschle, Heidi E .......... Hirschtritt, Anthony Liee .... Hirschtritt, Laura A ....... Hjalmarson, Eric A. .... . . Hoag, Kelly M. ....,... . , . Hoagland, Catherine Fox . . Hoagland, Richard S. ..... . Hoback, Carrie E. ,....... . Hoback, Paul Joseph ...... Hoban, Anne McCague .... Hoban, Mike Patrick ....,.. Hochman, Alan Paul .. . . . Hock, Dan ............ Hodgson, Margot C. . . . Hodgson, Mark Girard. . . , Hoel, Jennifer ..,...... Hoff, Arthur Robert lll ...,. Hoffman, Cynthia Rae ...,. Hoffman, David H .....,.. 78, 79, 106, 171, 230, 'IfffIlA7.56 Hoffman, Elizabeth E ..,....,.,.... 32, 51. Hoffman, James T .........,............ Hoffman, Matthew B. .... . Hoffman, Monalise .... Hoffman, Scott Howard: Hoffman, Susan Mane ................... Hoffman, Tonya ......... Hofstetter, Mary C ...... Hoit, Marjorie . . . . . Hoit, Stephanie ...... Holland, Elizabeth 1 ....... Holland, Ethan Morris .........., 124, 173, Hollander, Jocelyn Ann, .... , . , . . . 79, 94, Hollocker, Peter Alan ..,.. Holleran, Scott Matthew , . , . Holloway, Laure Lynn .... Holmberg, Peter ..,...... Holmberg, Susan Julia . ..,. ..... 1 13, 284, Holmes, lauris Lynne , . . . Holmes, Lynnae Marie ..,... Holmes, Patncra ..,,.,. Holstein, Scott A ..,....,..,.,... Holton, Holly M ....,......,.,.. Holtz, Amy ..,.........,... Holzl, Maryann Jacobson ................ 246 246 304 . 259 24 1 282 258 259 243 282 247 241 238 282 302 ......133,175,246 113, 114, 143,247 ......131,237, 191 ...,...53, 107,243 ...,.......263 ....135, 187,239 ....135, 187,251 .....,.....282 ,. .,.,106,261 .,.......24O . ,....,.. . ,... .282 .,....59,135,151. 171,181254 ...,145, 185 282 .........78,26l ...,13O,171 251 . .,..,.,... 282 ,.,.171252 ,.,.130,247 248 ....,.,.130,253 ..,.145, 154,282 ,.....103,282 .........282 ...52,265 .......282 .........249 .. .... 181,282 ., ....... 247 .....262 ..,.,..,..106,247 ,113, 155, 159,253 ..,....,.,115,242 101,282,304 ........53,82,246 . ..,. 53,146,265 .. ........... 282 .. ......... 252 ....129,264 .....261 ,. .,.,.242 .......263 ...,193,25O ...,131,238 ....282,304 ...........243 ....,.49,79,259 ,.,.,53, 107,259 ,. .,.. 146,253 .....62,263 ......171,239 ......47,65, 134 58,187,258 ...,.,....107,240 ,.,, .,.109,238 105, 125, 175,253 ......269,282 .........53,264 ....116,227,242 .........,.240 .,.,.53,282 . ,.... ...242 .,.,.52,254 .........,.241 ...,.53, 271,282 .. ..,.......,. 259 . ..,.,......... 282 106,147,155,241 . ,... .134,190,282 ...........70,282 ..........169,25O 146, 175, 185,254 ......131,187,238 247 ...159, 193,248 . ,.,., 190,262 239 .....,.,..141,282 ..,.,...... 282 173,257,332 282 239 239 . ..... 269,282 247 251 .....159, 185,253 262 ......282,304 .......107,24l ....,133,193,282 212 117, 185,282,304 .......191,237 269 236 ....78,111,259 304 ...,.70,71,284 243 257 261 .175,254,106 106, 125, 185,249 237 259 Holzl, Solverg D ......................... lNDEX 321 Kutz, Doug C ...... . . . Holzamann, Galit ....... . ..,. 107, 236 Holzman, Jennifer J ....,............ 107, 209 Homburger, Jennifer A. ............... 52, 262 Homer, Laurel Ellen . , . . .46, 47, 106, 185, 250 Hood, Todd B. ,......................... 284 Hoolhorst, Desiree T. .... ......... 1 11, 284 Hoover, Eric Paul ....... ...... 1 Ol, 117, 264 Hopmayer, Marcy L .... ..... 5 1, 52, 53, 260 Hopper, Julie Lynn ,.....,. ......... 1 59, 260 Hopper, laura Ann ........ ....... 1 59, 284 Horchener, Robin Louise . . . ...,.... 24, 106 Horky, Katherine Grace ,.........,..... . . 284 Hom, Bevin G. .,................ 47, 101, 284 Horn, Michael ......,.,..... 47, 101, 187, 247 Hom, Susan Joy .... ,... ...,....... 4 6 , 253 Homstein, Alec Wctor ,... . ,.,.. ........ 2 54 Horsch, James Bruce ..... ......, 2 84 Horton, Todd .,.......... ......,.,. 3 02 Horvitz, Gregory Alan ...... ....... 1 87, 250 Horwich, Jamie Lynn .,.,.. .,.., 5 3, 63, 106 133, 253 Horwitz, Charles Craig ..... .............. 2 46 Horwitz, Linda Diane .... ..... 1 75, 232, 239 Horwitz, Terry Robin . . . . ........47,52,82 109,124, 9 Hosken, Lisa M ................, Hossac Diana C . 94,1o1,i63,1o5, lt ..... . Hostert, Pamela Jeanne ...............,. 25 284 284 302 Houghtlin, Elizabeth W. .... ,..,..... 2 37 Houghtlin, Robert G ....... .....,. 1 29, 284 Houghton, Jennifer M. .............,..... 260 Hourican, Kevin Thomas ........ 115, 143, 242 Houser, Douglas R ..,...... ........... 2 52 Houston, Ashley Albright ....,....,....... 265 Hovis, Joanne Sue ..,.,.., ,.... 2 28, 229, 243 Howard, Alicia A. ......,.. . ..,.... 52, 284 Howard, Colleen Colette ..,......, 53, 107, 237 Howard, Harlan Hilton ....,..... 74, 52, 67, 284 Howard, Justina .................,....., 259 Howard, Steve. ,.... ..... , 44, 47, 65, 168, 264 Hoynes, Jerry ........... 44, 78, 130, 171, 251 Huck, Daniel Joseph ...... ....,..,.. 1 35, 187 Huck, John Chamberlain .....,... 65, 113, 158 271, 284 Huck, Steven Michael ..... ....,.,., 2 40 Hudson, Andrea R. ...,.. ...,......, 2 41 Hueter, Jacqueline B. . . . .....,.. 193, 284 Hughes, John W .......... ..,. 1 64, 284, 304 Hughes, Kristin Leigh ,.... ........... 2 53 Hughes, Rebecca .......,. ......,... 2 53 Huguelet, Thomas More ..... ........ 2 84 Huls, Christine ...........,. ,... . 107, 239 Hummel, Wrginia Hodgson , ....,..,.,... 284 Humphrey, Ann G. .............,......,.. 284 Humphrey, Jill Wendland .........,....... 240 Hung, Stephen Y. ..,... 115, 143, 191, 227, 243 Hunt, Barbara E, ..,....,.,....,..... 62, 284 Hunt, Mark ............,.,.,........,.. 284 Hunt, Michelle E ........,. . ..,......... 241 Hunter, Louise Bertel ...... . . . .115, 185, 242 Huntley, Sean .......... ..,.... 1 71, 252 Husak, Peter Douglas ..... .... 64 , 65, 190, 237 284, 305 Husak, Steven David ..,. .,..,.,. 1 87, 261 Hussey, Melissa Lee ...,....,...., 70, 177, 284 Husting, Charles O ..,...... 103, 111, 190, 261 Hutchings, Lisa Ann ..,. ............,. 2 64 I lng, lan L ..,..,... Ingersoll, Paul R. ...,. . ..........143 ...., 183,281 114 lngwersen, Julie R. .,.. 101, 113, Isaacs, Neil R.. ....,.... . .......,.... . lverson. Kristine Marie ...,. ..,..,.,. 1 93 J Jackson, Bret A.. .... . Jackson, Daren M.. . . . Jackson, Lisa ,.... . .... ...141 Jackson, Shanna V.. ...... ..... . . . . . . Jacobs, Christopher W. ,... .... 4 7, 177 Jacobs, Enc R ......,... Jacobs, Dale Martin ...,.. Jacobs, Jennifer Susan, ....,.... 106 Jacobs, Michael Alan ..... Jacobs, Nancy Arlyn ,... Jacobs, Robert T. .,.. . Jacobs, Sally J. ..,,.. . Jacobson, Donna. ..., . . Jacobson, Sari Lynn .,,. Jaeck, Carolyn Lee ..... Jaffe, l.isa Michelle ...... Jaffe, Phil A .......... James, Sarah E. ..,.. . James, Susan Mary ..,.. Jamieson, Jennifer L ...... Jann, James D. ....... . Jann, Lisa Gayle ...,.. Jannotta, Sepp E. .,... . Janoski, Elizabeth A .,... . . . . .44, 80, Janov, Jill Andrea ......... .,... 1 59 Janov, Robert Steven . .... .,... A 166 111 ' 16? 143 44, 46, Zi iia Jansen, Cassandra Anne . . . . . , . . . Janssens, Bob ....,,..... .... Janssens, Dirk H ...,.... Janus, Peter James ,............ 156 Jaquith, Deborah Anne ....,. 65, 125 Jeffris, Gerald Anthony ....,..... 1 14 Jeffrey, Timothy Scott ..... . 131, 152 Jensen, Anne M. ...,.............. . Jensen, Christopher S ...... ......,. Jensen, Karen Arlene .... ......,.,. Jensen, Kathy L. ,..,... . ..,., . . . Jentel, Jacques Jean ...... Jentel, Paul Louis. ......,., . . Jerome, Jon ,....... . Jersild, Karen . . . . 322 INDEX 17, 65,4 68, 49, es, .. 63 284 "154 193 107 M153 .. eo 158 193 ' A133 181 265 158 191 ' 'iii 138 284 158, 70. 251 304 253 242 265 248 284 247 284 284 251 243 284 246 240 251 241 264 251 189 ,258 284 265 239 247 241 262 238 284 260 237 284 262 237 284 189 284 242 284 242 269 248 250 304 242 259 Jersild, Paul Nielsen ..... Jewett, Margaret Anne .... ..... 1 03, 1 1 1, Johner, Ingrid Arlene ..... ......... . . Johnsen, Krista Marie .... .......,.. Johnson, Alison Elsa ..... ........... Johnson, Amy Marie ..... ...., 1 25, 193 Johnson, Carol L ........ ....... 1 07 Johnson, Christopher A ..... ...... Johnson, Christy Lynn ..... ........ Johnson, Elizabeth Ann .... .... 2 32 Johnson, Jeffrey Lynn .... .... 1 87 Johnson, Joan Nancy .... .....,., Johnson, Julie L ...... ..,. 1 13 Johnson, Krista ....... ...... Johnson, Karla Rae ...... .... Johnson, Mark Kenneth .... .... Johnson, Norman Scott .... .,..., Johnson, Paul W .... ,... . .... 1 14 Johnson, Steven Louis . .... ..... . Johnson, Susan .,..,.... . , .... Johnson, Scott ..,..,.... ........ Johnson, Susan Joy ..... ...... 1 06 Johnson, Tony S.. ..,.... ....... 1 14 Johnston. Michelle L. ...,......,..... 63 Johnston, Todd Michael ....,.... 165, 191 Jones, Barbara C. ..,.... ,.,... , . . . . Jones, Christopher S ..... .,........ Jones, cyrena ......,.,....,.,.......... Jones, Anthony R ...,........,....... 48 Jones, William Hugh .... 65, 113, 114, 158 Jons, Moen Kari ..... .............. 6 7 Jordan, Gregory ....,....... 87, 113, 191 Jordan, Jeff Kelly ....................,.. Jordan, Scott Alan ...........,...... 1 13 Jordan, Stephen Edward ..... ,... ....... Jorgenson, Susan D. ......, .... 1 06, 185 Josehart, Neal A ......... ...... 2 63 Josellis, Fred John ..... ........ Josellis, Robert J .... . ......... . Judson, Sandy L ...... ........... Julian, Virginia W .... ..., ..... 1 3 3, 265 Jump, Courtney Marie .........., 107, 232 Jump, Stephen Randall ......... 65, 66, 82 Jung Joon-OH .......... J ung, Joonhee .......... Juris, Steven Jerome ,.... Kaboff, Jane Elizabeth . . . 4152 247 257 265 284 .259 263 241 .259 .263 242 263 .257 284 . , 70 .246 .284 .251 265 .284 .262 .191 262 254 253 236 .269 .260 .284 261 254 284 252 .250 262 .284 241 187 265 .242 .284 189 237 284 .251 .239 239 Kaczorowski, Margaret . . . ..... 101, 251 Kaefer, Ann ........... ....... 1 16, 240 Kaefer, Maria ..... . . . .... 82, 146, 261 Kagan, Edgard D .... ..... 1 13, 252 Kahn C. Hartley ..... .... 2 29, 239 Kahr, Gigi Anne ........ ,... 1 77, 246 Kaiser, Christine Maria . . . ........ .240 Kalita, Adam Peter ..... .... 1 83, 251 Kallick, Sarah ....... ...... 2 60 Kalman, Jennifer ...... . ......... 269 Kalman, Rebecca L. . . . ..... . .... . .238 Kalsch, Karl George . . . ......... 187, 263 Kaltenekker, Tom V. . .... . . . . .143, 165, 248 Kambich, Douglas G. . . . . ...... .... . 284 Kamien, Randall David ..... ...... 6 8, 260 Kamins, Robert Bennit ..... ..,. 9 4, 101, 304 Kaminski, Christopher A. . . . ........ 49, 101, 177, 247, 304 Kaminsky, Joel M ........ ,.... 1 31, 236 Kaminski, Michael L ...., ........ 2 84 Kamp, Douglas Kyle . .... ...... 7 0, 260 Kanefsky, Steven Paul .... ....... 1 43, 242 Kant, Mark J. ..... ..... , . . .... 53, 260, 103 Kantoff, Howard David .............. 115, 236 Kantoff, Stuart ......................... 285 Kaplan, Andrew D. .................. 191, 237 Kaplan, Gabriel .... ..... 5 2, 59, 85, 304, 305 Kaplan, Jennifer ..... ............. 1 11, 265 Kaplan, Lesley A .... ............... 2 85 Kaplan, Marianne. . . . . .... 101, 105, 248 Kaplan, Matthew ..,.... ..,.. 2 42, 158, 173 Kaplan, Mirian Clare . . . .......... 47, 265 Kaplan, Robert Alan ...... ..... 1 58, 181, 243 Kaplan, Wendy Sue ........ ........... 2 85 Kapps, Karen Elizabeth ..... .... 8 2, 103, 256 Kapsalis, Terri. ......................... 259 Karlsrud, Gregory Flint Karaganis, Jerone J ......... 68, 229, 285, 384 Karaganis, Joe James .... ......... 1 35, 139 Karasick, Amy Susan .... .............. 2 48 Karasick, Steven Joel ............... 143, 247 Karger, Michael Bauer ...... 131, 165, 227, 239 Karger, Mollie Hanson .................... 241 Karlsrud, Gregory Flint ..... ......... 2 52 Karmin, Jim I. ........... .,... 4 7, 285 Karp, Joshua A ........ ......... 3 02 Karr, Lisa M ........... ........... 2 48 Karter, Cindy Klein. .... ..,......... 2 49 Karton, Deborah Lynn .... ...... 4 7, 106, 249 Kastil, Melissa Lynn ..., ........ 6 3, 133, 254 Kates, Ronald E. ..,.. .. . 66. 130, 187, 250 Katin, Lisa A. ...... ......... 2 56, 103 Katin, Richard P. ...., ........ 1 06, 242 Katris, Christina ..... ........... 2 41 Katsafanas, John W .... ............ 2 52 Katz, Bonnie Pam . . . ........ 44, 52, 62, 256 Katz, Jeffrey Lee ............,.,..... 135, 243 Katz, Renee lla ...........,.,....... 117 285 Kaulfuss, Karla Marie. . .101, 113, 116, 154 249 Kaulfuss, Laura Joanna .... . . .... 53 115 238 Kaulfuss, Lisa Emily ...,.........,....... 240 Kawada, Mark M .......,.,...,.,... 113, 114, 143,151 187 247 Kay, Pamela ....., , .,.,., 125 263 189 Kay, Stephen ....... ....,... 1 13 249 Kay, Sylvia Marina ..,.. ....,... ........ Kayded, George .. ..... 67, 141 162 285 Kayne, Allison Ruth ...... ...... 7 0 193 285 Keamey, Laura Mary ..,.....,...... . 52 285 Kearney, Patrick. ............... 129, 175 259 Keating, John Fulton ....... 131, 181, 226, 230 Keay, Nicholas ........ ....,........... 2 59 Keay, Stephanie Mills . . . .... 103, 285 Keller, Stephanie ..... .......... 1 75 Kelley, Michael ..... ............ 1 83 Kelly, Karen J. ....... ..... 6 5 159 247 Kelly, Kathleen Marie .... ........... 2 80 Kelly, Sara K. .......... .... 1 59, 236, 189 Kelly, Siobhan Marie .... ..... 5 2, 193, 285 Kelly, Theresa M ...... ...... 4 7, 70, 285 Kelso, Kurt A ........., .... 1 31, 191 237 Kempf, Donald G. lll .... ,.,. 1 64, 173 258 Kenitz, Tim ............ . ......... 141 Kennedy, Kristan ......... ........ 2 49 Kenney, Greg Howard ...,. ........ 2 53 Kenny Grace Elizabeth .,.. ...... 1 O7 236 Kenny, Rob l ........... ..... 84 , 271 285 Kent, James Daniel ..... ..... 6 5 158 258 Keogh, Brian James .... ...... 1 31 242 Kepler, Philip D ........... .... 1 73, 285 Keranen, John Richard .... .... 1 71, 250 Keren, Alan Louis. . . , ..... .......... 2 52 Keren, Rosina Jeanette, . . . .... 51, 53, 285 Keriazakos, Elea N ....,...., .......... 2 54 Keriazakos, John Michael ............ 131, 237 Kerr, Kathryn Thompson ........ 103, 111, 133 236, 285, 305 Kerr, William Ryan ....... 49, 69, 135, 191, 248 Kerwin, Anne Marie ................. 106, 285 Kerwin, Julia Anne ....... 69, 82, 101, 113, 248 Kerwin, Phillip James ....,..... 69, 82, 85, 304 Khan, Amir Rafael ............. 44, 53, 56, 260 Khan, Dalya Sarai ...................... 236 Khodadad, Camille Nadia .... .... 4 6, 47, 285 Kiddle, Kevin Peirce ....... .... 1 69, 259 Kielson, Claudine ....... ........ 2 43 Kielson, Lisette ....... .... 1 17, 285 Kiem, Elizabeth J ..... .... 2 85, 103 Kieber, Noelle ........ ....... 2 58 Kienitz, Tim Joseph ..... .... 1 41, 257 Kiesler, Evan .... ..,.... .... 1 7 7, 261 Kilgus, Cathleen Dena ............... 116, 239 Kiess, Chad ........... ............. 1 64, 285 Kim, David K ...................,.. ..... 2 38 Kim, Dean Y. ............. 116, 143 229, 236 Kim, Edward Taigene .,......,..... 115, 243 Kim, Eric Wod ......... ....... 6 5 158, 250 Kim, Eunna .......... ..... 1 1 1, 285 Kim, Zeke H. ......... . . . 131, 236 Kim, Hyung Churl .... ...... 2 51 Kim Junse .......... . . . 227, 242 Kim, Ray H. .....,.... . . . 187, 265 Kim, Sun Yon Diane .... .......... 2 39 Kimmel, Lauren Renee .... .... 1 06, 229, 240 Kimura, Tomoko .................. 107, 241 Kincaid, John Francis ................... 247 Kindig, Stephanie .......... 107, 159 232, 241 King, Sandra Ellen ..........,... 107 159, 239 Kingsley, Colleen Carol ........... ..... . . 285 Kingwill, Henry Scott ....., ........ 2 85 Kingwill, James David ..... . . ...... 285 Kingwill, Peter C. ,...... .... 1 71, 254 Kinney, Kieran M. ......... .... 2 48, 189 Kinney, Megan McMahon .... ...... 1 24, 259 Kipley, Wctoria Ellen ...... ..... 5 2, 193 Kipnis, Robyn M. . .... . . Kipnis, Stacey Lynn ..... Kirlpatrick, Kathyrn ....... Kirsch, Lawrence Scott .... , 285 107, 232, 41 44, 62, 285 Krtzman, Chnstopher ...... ......... Kitzman, Michael Hynn. . . . . . . Kitzrow, Heather Dawn .... Kiven, Marc Evan .,....... Klanderman, Brian John ..... Klanderman, Kevin John .... Klapman, David Barry ..... Klarfeld, Jennifer Lynn .... Klauke, Glenn A. . .... . . .131, 1510 . . . . 1.1.5 Klauke, Jill Marian . ....,.. . . . . Klawans, Janis Kathryn. . . . . . . . Klebba, Mary J. ........ . Klebba, Theresa M ........ .... Kleiman, Debra Lynne . , . . Klein, Barbara Hope . . . . Klein, Bradley James. . . . Klein, Jacques H ..... . Klein, John David ..... Klein, Richard Mark ..... Klen, Karen Elizabeth . . . Kliegerman, Kip R.. . . . Klingman, Susan H.. . . Knobel, Mark Peter . . . Knoll, Christine A. . . . . Knoll, Patrick Alan .... ibi ies Knorr, Joseph C ...... .... . . , Knorr, Kathleen T. ............. . Knox, Julie Alice ........... 10 Knudson, Bradley J. ..... , ...... . . . Knudson, Richard Michael . ..... . Knuti, Kirsten Mari ..... ..... Kobashi, Staoko ................... Kobayashi, Yumi ....... Koelle, Anne Margaret ..... Koelle, Martha Ellen .... Kofoed, Russell W. ..... . Kogen, Robert Brian , ..... . . . . Kogen, Susan Deborah .... .... Koh, Michelle S.. ...... . Kohan, Jeffrey S ...... . . Kohn, Stephen A.. ........ . . Koizumi, Mary ...,.......,...... Koldyke, Benjamin Samuel ...... Koloms, Brian Mallory. . . . Kondos, Evelyn J ....,.... Kontrick, Kimberley Ann ..... Kooker, Michael A. ....... . Kopetz, Stephanie V ..,.... Koppel, Andrea Jone ........ Koppel, Jon-David Andre .... Koretz, Leslie Ann ........ Korey, Mathew Steven ..... Korwin, Christopher I .... Koss, Sheny E. ................ . If Ei .. 47, If 62 106 -.105, 193, Kotila, Kimberly ............... Kotz, Andrew Scott .... 101, 103, 105, 111 Kotz, Kenneth Nathaniel ................. Koushanpour, Stephen R.. . . . Kousi, Christina E ...... , . . 236 248 285 243 285 285 236 285 261 285 265 264 250 285 254 285 251 265 285 285 ....124,181, 131,242 252,285 285,304 .....242 ........285 ..........285 ....267 .129171,285 ....105,254 6, 225, 229, 236 ....236 .... 257 87,113114,248 .....246 .....246 ....243 ....107137,237 . ....... 171,237 124,245,250 .... .247 ....227 227,239 .....285 150,151 105,249 131181,242 158,263 ...,.....258 ....167,285 ...78,286 ........246 ......106,286 ....68,78,251 .....63,254 . ...... ...251 . ........... 286 155,185,248 .125, 193, 286 ,261 243 ......249 ...62 264 Kousi, Katherine .... Kouzarkas, Maria ..... Kovitz, Kathryn A ....... Kowalski, Wendy Ann .... Koy, Margaret M ........ Kozak, Cherie Ann .... Kozak, Julia Lee ...... Krafcky, Theodor ..... Krajewski, Karol ........ Krajewski, Edward R.. . . . Kramer, Michele ......... Krause, Anthony John .... Kreda, Todd Gregory .... Krepp, Kevin D .......... Kreston, Elaine Martha . . . Krezan, Lisa Alice. ..... . Krit, Margaret .Blanche . . . Kntzman, David N. .....,. .............. . Krogman, William Cowing ........... 129, 190 Krohn, Chns ........,...... Krone, Kristine S ...... . . Kruglick, Dorothy E ..... Kruglick, Lesa Anne .... Krumins, Andrea Tina .... Krumins, Mara Gunta .... Krumstok, Benjamin D. . . . . Kruse, Edward .......... Kruse, Kimberly A ...... Kudan, Jeremy Berton . . . Kuhnen, Rachel Lee .... Kuhnen, Rebekah R ..... Kuhs, Keira May ........ Kuhs, William Joseph .... Kullby, Kristen ....... . . Kulwin, Michele Ann .... Kulwin, Mitch A ...... Kunath, Dave J ..... Kunkle, Mark A ........ Kullman, Jon ........... Kuntz, Bradford George ..... Kunz, Robert Fesler ........ Kupperrnan, l.aura Beth .... Kurlander, Jon .......... Kurtzman, James Lee ...... Kurz, Michael Ronald ........ Kulschke, Francis Joseph . . . Kutschke, Elizabeth T. ..... . Kushner, Judith E. ....... . Kuykendall, Scott H. Kuzniewicz, Frank T ..... Kuzniewicz, Mary K ...,.. Kwaan, Walter T ...... Kwait, Jeffery Jay ....... Kye, Cecelia ............ . Kye, Christopher Hoon . . . . Kyle, Christopher ....... Kyle, Scott Galen ..... Kysar, Peter Pat .... L LaBahn, David Marc ........ 78, 113, Labkon, Howard Ross .... ,... . ...... ....,241 ....237 ........286 .....,....241 ....52,265 103 .....105 254 ......257 ......237 ........236 .....130,252 ..,..265,332 ...,....259 ...113 261 ......265 ...116 237 ......262 ...107 243 .258 171, 286 87,113,114 252 .....53,251 189 ........259 ....53 242 , ..... 286 ....65158 .....,252 ....240 ..........257 ............236 49, 193, 237, 286,304 305 .......251,332 ..........286 ......240 ......253 ...143 242 . ......... 242 ............158 ....113, 124,259 ............236 .....53,61286 ............269 ........191250 ....129,150 286 .......145 261 ....133,175 253 ............186 ......265 ...107 243 .....117 252 ............286 .........82,253 ....187, 286, 304 ............286 .....114 265 .....286 304 114264 173252 LaBuda, Mitchell Joseph ..,........... 78, LaBuda, Timothy Kristin ..,........... 250 248 78, l.aCroix, Christopher M. .... 103, 105, 271 286 Ladden, Brad C. ........ 66, 105, 143, 173, 252 Ladon, Kathleen M ..,.................... 262 LaDon, Laura Suzanne .............. 185, 253 Lair, Michael William .... ...... 2 86 Lakin, Joanne Leslie .... .... 2 62 lakin, Kathleen Lynn ..... ...... 2 45 Lambert, Mary Ellen . . . . . ..... . . .286 LaMotte, Anne Hilliard, . .. ..... 175 240 LaMotte, William M ...,... .... 4 7, 165, 186 Lampert, Amie Elizebeth .... ..... 1 85, 237 Lampert, Catherine Maria ..... ...... . .286 Lancaster, Evan A .....,... . . . 129, 186 Lande, Blair Michelle .... . . . 175, 251 l.andy, Adam ........ ...... 2 57 Lane, Brenda K ....... .... 2 56 Lane, Clair Conlon ...... ...... 2 40 Lane, Maureen Troy . . . . . . . . . . . .258 Lane, Michael G. ..... . . . 143, 239 Lantz, Linda ......... ..... . . .286 Lantz, Rhonda A ........ . . . 101 249 LaPort, Peter Andrew ..... ..... 1 51, 263 LaPorta, l.isa Ann ....... ............ 2 46 Lapp, Susan Marie. . . . ..... 155, 193, 248 Lard, Lance L. ..... ....... 1 91, 250 Larsen, Benjamin ..... ....... ....... 2 3 8 Laskey, James ......... ..... 1 64, 190, 286 Lasser, Dia .............. ....... 1 59, 241 Lasser, Michael Jeffrey .... ..... 1 13, 247 Lassman, Carie .......,... . ........... 246 Lauck, Elizabeth White ,... ......... 1 07, 115, 193, 227, 236 Lautens, Karen Rose .... ....... 1 07, 236 Lavelle, Susan M .......... ...... 5 2, 286 Lawlor, Michael Joseph ..... ...... 2 51 Lawrence, Andrea Kay .... ...... 2 48 Lawrence, Kyle T. ......... ..... 1 81, 250 Lawrence William ..... .............. 2 86 Lawson, Carol Ann .... .... . 106, 113, 249 Lent, Julie A. ....,.... .... 5 2, 107, 238 Lazar, Jill .............. ....... 1 33, 253 Lazar, Justine Kay , ....... . . ....... 70, 263 Lazarus, Jeffrey Todd , .... .... 1 03, 105, 286 Lazer, Michael John ..,.. ........,.... 2 48 Lear, George Andrew ..... .... 1 31, 171, 236 Lear, Nina Freund ,...., ....... 1 17, 264 Lear, Peter M ......... ....... 1 91, 238 Leavitt, Terry Ann ....... .....47, 113, 256 Leamon, Jonathan B ...... ....... . .... 2 49 LeBedow, Francine Beth .... ............ 2 63 Lebovitz, Miriam D ........ .....,.. 1 15, 240 Lederer, Carrie S, ....... .... l 06, 167, 252 Lederer P. Matthew ..... .... I 31, 191, 242 Lederer, Patrick D ..... ........... 2 86 Lederer, Peggy ....... ..... 5 2, 61, 248 Lederer, Philip Greg ..... , . . . . 164, 286 Lederer, Robert Anthony. . . John Juheon ...., . . . 55555555 Grace, ...,......,. . . Jean E .... . . Kyung ...,.. Marcia...,.... Susan S .......,. Susie Cecilia ..... Taek ....,.,..,. Leff, Lauren Renee ..,.,. Leff, Stephen Marlc .,.,. Lefley, Janet Laura ...... Lefley, Joshua Phillip ....,. Leienne, Katharine Kelly .. Leieune, Angie M ..,...... Lemenager, Stephanie S. . . Lems, Gregory Spencer . . . Lenhart Ann Northway. . , . Lenhart, Diane Lindsay ,,.. Lenhart, John Jacob Jr .... Lenhart, Katherine Ann. 1 Lentz, Ben R. ....,...... . Lentz, Janet .... . . Lentz, James ....... Leonard, Kelly ....,..,., Leondedis, Peter G ...,., Leone, Mark R ....,.., Lanar, Justine ....,.., Leone, Thomas ,.,..,., Leopold, Joanne S, ..,. , Leopold, Mary. , ..,..,. . Lerman, Steven Phillip .... Lesnik, Blaine R. Y ...,,. Lesnik, Joshua William , . . . . 159, Levin, Leslie .................. Lettner, Patricia C. ,....... Levee, Richard Paul. ,..., 48, 49 Leven, Jonathan ............... Leven, Robert James ........... Levi, Karen Joy .....,.,.... 146 Levin, Amy Jo ...,..,. .,.., Levin, Caron Beth .... .,.., Levin, Cynthia Ann .,,. ,.,..., Levin, David .,..,.. . . . 139 Levin, Erika Joan ,.,.. , . . . , Levin, Geoff Scott ..,. , . . , Levin, Howard ....., , . , . . . . Levin, Jeffrey ,..., ..,.,.,., Levin, Jordan ..,..,.... 52, 1 13 Levin, Jordan ....,,.........., Levin, Lawrence Robert, Jr. . 106, Levin, Marm Anne ,....... . ' Levin, Philip Eric ..,.. Levin, Scott David ..., Levin, Steve Bradley .... Levin, Wctoria Ann ........ Levinberg, Kenneth Mark . . . Levine, Levine, Elizabeth M .,,. .... Robert Harold ...,. Levins, Lana Sherry ,..,. Levins, Patrick J . .,..,... . Levins. Richard P. ........ . Leviton, laura Lynn .,...., Levitsky, Jonathan Eric .,.. Levy, Glenn P. ......,.,.. . Levy, Kelli .,....,..,.,. Levy, Scott ,...., ,,.. Levy, Scott J ...., . , .,.. . Levy,SusanB ,.,. ,.,145 Lewandowski An ..... , dy, . . . . Landowski, Robert J. Lewinbuk, Dan David ..,....... Lewinbuk, Ronald ...,...... 141 Lewis,Alice..., .,,... Lewis, Amy ........ .,., Lewis, Jori ........,.. Lewis, Laura Marie, . . , Lewis Scott Austin , , . , . . Lewis, Trevor Justin ...,, . . . . Lewy, Cynthia P. ..,..,.. . . . . . Lewy, Jennifer Marie ...... . . . Lezama, Anne Elizabeth .... Licala, David Keith ........ Licata, Margaret Ellen ..... . . . Liddy, Elizabeth s ....... Liddy, Patricia ....,....,., . . , Lidman, Bill W. ........,.,. . . , Lieberman, Karen Marie ..,. Uebson, Elliot Neil ..,.,.., Lief, Adam Joseph ...... . . , Ufson, Suzanne J ,..,. , . , ljlienthal, Susan Joy , . ,. ,.,.. Um, Paul ..,,......,. ...... Lim, Samuel K, .... .... 8 7, Lim, Susanne K,. . . . Lincoln, Sara ..... ...., Lin,KarenK. ...... Lin, Timothy Vick ..........,.,.. Lin, Viola Patsy ............,..., Lind, Susan Porter ...... 65, 155, Lin, Windsor Wen-Hsiang ........ Lindberg, Even Thomas ......... Lindahl, Paige E .... ...... Lindholm, Mikaela E, .... Lindholm, Susanna ..... . . . Lindich, William R. ...... .... . Lindsey, Shari Lee .,...... . . . Lindstrom, Erica Karen ...,. lindstrom, Kari E .,..,.,... lingle, Barbara Kendall .,.. . Lingle, Duncan Bruce ..,.., . . . Lipman, Andrew Robert . . , Lipnick, Stuart Howard .... Lipvitz, I-gvpgtz. L1 rtz Deena Margo ...., Jonathan G,. ,... Stephen J ,.., . PP Y Lipsich, Todd D.. . . . Lissner, Lissner, Lissner, Craig Alan ..,. Kathy ...... Stuart ........ Lister, Jennifer L ........ Liston, Ann Margaret .... Liston, Susan Marie ..... lJu, Alice Y. ......... . .,...78,263 .68,187,263 ........ 253 167,237,240 .........257 133,256,260 ....256,286 .........258 H....H.250 107,115,241 ........ 264 ,.,.193,246 ,.,.269,286 159,227,241 ..62,65,264 H..,.N.243 H..113,ll4 135,187,250 ....,....251 ..47,71,249 ..,,171,237 ...46,47,70 177,193 286 ........ 250 .65,193 258 ., ...... 264 .,..141 265 103,105 262 ....171,251 ........ 193 ........ 257 ....107,239 .53,251,332 ........ 237 .44,264,286 .........236 .........257 103,165,286 165,173,263 ....239,243 167,263,189 115,137,241 ,........265 ,...106,257 227,230,240 , ....... 264 H....U.286 115.143 237 H....H 250 114,286,304 ........ 251 131,181 241 ..52,62 239 ........ 248 , ....... 248 131,227 243 , ....... 247 .49,109 248 ....191 250 ....286 103 , ...,.,. 261 , .,.,... 241 171,230 237 .,..129 286 ........ 253 U. 243 .H 286 ...H 252 ........ 247 H....U 259 175,286 305 H....U 239 U....H 286 175,177 286 ........ 254 ........ 249 ....... 247 ....106 238 ....152 238 .....59 251 107,167 242 ....167 254 .....70 286 ........ 286 .53,106 259 ., ...... 258 ........ 241 .53,l90 257 ., ...... 286 ........ 238 ....115 241 .67,101 286 ........ 286 116,143 242 101,286 304 H....M 250 .....47 265 ,...286 304 ,...286 304 ........ 252 159,175 264 ....,78 251 ....286 304 . .175 265 ........ 237 ........ 262 228,229 238 U....U 288 H. 265 ......269 ........ 241 H....H 288 ...,263 332 113,114 259 241,288 305 131,137 183 ....231 236 ....124 288 . .143 238 ....62 288 ...141 262 ...133 246 ...193 254 .....,53 241 .....256 260 Liu, Bearriee ,,,,..-..,.,4,-4,4.- 47, 167' 255 Long, Mark P. .,.., , . . .130, 151, 152 Lutz, Bruce ,...,.. . , ..... , ......... , . .246 Liu, Lawrence Qrrur-,g.M1rrg , A,,A 135, 243 Long, Sarah Ella . , , . , .115, 243, 249 Lyman, Carolyn Anne ....,...... 105 , 103 UU, Linda 3 ,,,,, , .,,,,,,,-,AA-,-A-,,4-., 233 Long, Steven M ..., ...,.. 1 13, 249 Lyman, Edward Wells ...... , 239 1-ju, Mjqhael C ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,.,. 1 O1 264 Lopez, Marco S ..., ....,... 2 47 Lynch, Maureen P,. . , ..... 52, 258 LD, Frederiee Hui.Mir, ,,,- ,.-, 1 ,..., 5 2 ' 1 16' Loria, Jonathan R. . . . , 44, 261 Lynch, Opal Mama . . . . . . . . . 263 175 243 Loundy, Dan W .... ,.,.. 2 88 Lynnes, Jeffrey M .... .... 1 05 250 Loarier James ,,,,,.1,,1. 129: 288 Loundg1aDavid Joel ,... ............ 2 37 Lyon, Michael Edward , ..,...... 251 bober, Caroline Anne .,1, .,,,-11,1,1 4 7, 78' Love, ra N ........ .............. 6 5, 252 Lyons, Eileen Dorothy .........,..,., 193 253 185, 288 Lowe, Khan M ......,...... 101, 105, 111, 261 Lyons, Kathleen T.. . . 47, 52, 288 Lobery Christopher W1 VIA- 141, 251 Lowry, 'limothy G ...... ........... 1 41, 257 Lyons, Mary K ..,...,. ..........., 2 88 Lobster' John 1..,,1,1,1 4 .--",-.1, 137 Lu, Daniel Kurrning .... .,............ 2 53 Lyons, Patricia B ...,. .......... 2 88 ldockwoody Margaret A rrrrr rlrr 6 5' 159, 253 Lubarsky, Susan, , . . . . 67 257 Lyons, Sheila Ann . , . , . . . 193 246 ldockwoodr Srephen 5 rrrr rlllrllrrr 2 53 Lubbat, Lina E. .... ........ 2 88 Lysne, Erik Loeb, Michael, ........ .... 68 , 262 I-Ubbgl. Sam G -,-4 ---- 1 41 253 Loftus, Elimbem Ann ,.,. .... 5 6,288 Lufiwls, Marcus ---- 173 258 Loftus, Thomas C. ....... 113, 141 I-wck, David J' 4 V -- -4-- 124 254 Lerrdri err, Amy Marie ,,,, ,,,,,,, 2 63 Luke, Dina Sharon. .... 232 236 Lgng, 51,-rreghy rrrrrrr, ,,,,, 2 BB Luke, Paul An ....,..,....,...,....,.... 262 4 Lgng, Carol E, rrrylrl rrrrr 2 88 Lunn, Chnstopher ,..,....,...,. . ..,.... 242 MaCarthur, Kim A. .,.... . . . . , 240 L0ng,Enn Q ,,,,, .,,,, 255 Lunn,Joe ,..,... 65,143,158,245,254 MacDonmd,Dawd D. ...,.H 250 Will Kuhs INDEX 323 MacDonald, Keith Kenzie ......., MacDonald, Mark E ....... . . MacDonald, Mary K. . . . Macheca, Margot ,... Macheca, Mark A., . . , Maclc Mary Ann ..... Mack, Nancy E. ,.,.., , MacKenzie, Kim Ann ..... . . MacMorran, Gordon H ..,.. ..., Madayag, Maryann ..... Madayag, Edward G .... Madden, Amy C. .... . Mary Leopold 165 106 193 193 230 167 271 106 191 167 141 137 , 252 238 288 260 243 288 288 246 240 248 288 241 Maher, James Paul . . . Maher, Julie Ellen .... Maher, Margaret A.. , . . . . Maheras, Kate G ........ Mahoney, James Edward. . . Mahoney, Michael .,.... Mahoney, Sheila .....,.. Mahoney, Timothy John. Maillis, Eric Franklin .... Maimon, Laura ......... Majeczky, Tracy Lynn .,,.. Majewski, Elizabeth A, ..... ....70 I 243 ...,70 ,..181 ,,..82 . . Q112i6','52,' f1IQ63Q 'rdsf 260 260 258 .,..,..y.288 250 288 259 253 257 251 253 Malloy, John B.. , . . Malone, John D, ,... , .... 1 13, Malone, Thomas K ..... ........ Maloney, Brian .......,. Maloney, Mary Brigid .... Maloney, Stephen F ..... Mals, Julie Lynn ....... Manaster, Audrey Joy . . . Manaster, Dina J .,...,. Mancillas, Eric ...... Mandel, Holly Ann ...,. Mandel, Paula Jill ,... . 269 130 105 ' 163 131 159 159 158 133 109 288 248 288 .69 288 237 288 238 253 288 249 248 Madden, Thomas G ...,. .... 7 8, 264 Madden, Tim McManus . , . ..., 158, 262 Madigan, Griffith E ..,..... ............. 2 39 Madigan, Mark Williams .....,... 158, 165 258 Magagna, Erin Elizabeth ......,... 82, 106 249 MaGill, Marc A , ........,. ........... 2 62 ' 241 MaGrll,SaraBeth.., ....,. MaGuire, Kevin Reynolds ..,. .,.,.. 1 65 MaGuire, Mary F ..,,.,.... ..., 1 07, 159 324 INDEX 265 I 240 Malak, Charles Joseph . . . Maland, Wendy Berent . . . ..... . . . . Malby, Amy ........................ Malcolm, Jeannie B ........ Malen, Mark Scott .... Malkus, Mitchel .... , , . Mallan, Pamela A, ..... Malles, Paul Emery .... Malloy, Ann Marie ...... 2 ....15a 103 1o1,1o6,'r'i5 ...,...113,114 ...,.....173 'mfllis ,,,.103 , 288 , 265 .257 246 251 238 .253 288 257 Mandell, Joel ,,.,.., . , . Mangel, John Ill ........ Mangler, Barbara Anne. . . Mann, Daniel Franldin .... Mann, Edward Henery .... Mann, Theodore Lawrence, .... , . , . . Mannix, Karen Joanne , . . Mansfield, John R ....... , Marcovitz, James West . . . 254 .250 , . . ........ 247 101, 237 236 253 288 250 254 Marcus, Daniel Jay ..... . ..... 259 Marcus, Jane ......... . . . 107, 241 Marcus, Laura Sue ....... . . . .... .262 Marcus, Sheri Lynn ........ ..... ..... 2 0 8 Margolies, Alexander lan ..., ...... . 49 248 Margolis, Janette L .,..... .... 5 3 105, 253 Margolis, Mark , . , . , . . . .... ..., . 247 Margulies, Josh . ,..,.... . . . .... ,263 Markovich, Alexander D ..... ..... 2 69 Marks, Jonathan D ..... . . . .... .258 Marks, Laura R. ...... ..... ..... 2 4 3 Markus, Patricia ....... ...... . 53 250 Marlas, Catherine H. ,.... . , .106 117 250 Marlas, Elisabeth Jamie .......,.,,. 133 249 Marquardt, Mary M ................. ..... 2 88 Marquardt. Mona T ..,.,.,., 111, 240 288, 304 Marquardt, Renee Kari ,. ,,......,.. ..... 2 51 Marran, David Grant ..,...,........ . 78, 288 Marran, Paul Hammond . , ., 113, 114 191, 253 Marsh, Gary Griffiths ..,.....,.., 124 164, 288 Marsh, Katherine Ann .,., .,...... 1 59, 288 Marsh, Katherine E ..... .... 6 5 106, 259 Marshall, George H. Jr .... .... ..... 2 8 8 Marson, Amanda Jane . . . . . . . . . . .288 Martin, Bob .....,.,... ..,. 1 65 254 Martin, David ..,. ,.,..., . .... 1 65 261 Martin, Gordon Anson .... .......,. 2 57 Martin, Megan, . . ,. ,.,., ..,.. 5 1, 288 Martin, Paul James ...,. .,.,..... 1 77 Martin, Richard C, .... ..,., 1 64, 262 Martin, Sarah E. , . , . ,. ..,. 65, 105, 244 Martinez, Sandra E, ...,. .... ..... ..... 2 5 8 Martini, Andrew R ,... . .. ..... 105, 134, 265 Marvin, Jim Martin ....... ..... 1 30, 171, 252 Manullo, Mary Patricia .... ............ 2 64 Masloski, Stephanie .... ..... 1 13, 253 Mason, Clifford ........ .,.,.,. 2 64 Mason, David Francis .... ...,. 2 64 Massey, Suzanne Jean . . . ,.., .248 Massoudian, Guity ....... ...,. 2 88 Massoudian, Marjan ........ ..... 2 46 Masters, Richard Gibson ..., .,..... 2 42 Mastrobuono, Joseph V ..... .,....... 2 58 Matan, Cynthia Helen .... .... 1 O7, 241 Mathias, David Hellyer ..,. .... 1 41, 250 Mathisen, Kent M. ...,., . . .47, 53, 261 Mathisen, Ward A. ,.., , ...,......... 288 Matot Edward J. . .. .,... 130, 245, 254 Matsuda, Lili ..... .... 8 7 1 17, 259 Matsuda, Naoyo .... .......... 2 65 Mattern, lzura C ...... ....... 1 06, 249 Mattjclc Kathy Lynn ..... ........, 1 13, 250 Mattox, Karen P. .......,..,., 52, 61, 193, 263 Mattox, Stephen Charles ,... ,..,,.. 1 41, 248 Matus, George R .,.,..... ......... 2 38 Matusoff, Juli A ,...,., . . . ,....... 53, 250 Matykiewicz, James P .,... , ........ 131, 238 Matz, Deborah . ..,..,,. ............ 5 2, 259 Matz, Michelle Ruth . ..,. .... 5 2, 53, 254, 189 Mauck, Doug Bruce ..., ..... 1 41, 190, 262 Maurer, Marjorie A. ...... .... 7 5, 71, 111, 288 Mawicke, Christine M ....... 107, 133, 237, 189 Maxwell, Dwayne Tim .............,..,... 288 May, Jacqueline Marie .... ..... 1 O7, 229, 240 May, Scott Howard. , ,.,. ............ 2 58 Mayahara, James l, ......,............... 250 Mayer, Alexandra H. ..,,.,........ 65, 124, 262 Mayer, Gregory Charles. . .5l, 53, 1 14, 288, 304 Mayron, Sheri Gail .................. 1 11, 249 Mau, William Pl ....... . . .... 177, 254 Mazarr, Pam A .......,.,. .......... 2 42 Mazza, David Dietrich ,... ,....... 7 0, 288 McAllister, Deirdre ...,.. .... 4 9, 288, 305 McAniff, Michael M .... ..... 1 91, 238 McArthur, Amy Ann ,.... ...... 5 3, 242 McArthur, Holly Ann ..... ....... 1 11, 256 McBride, Douglas C ............. 143, 153, 240 McBride, William Andrew .....,.. 103, 1 1 1, 288 McCabe, Helen, .,..,...,., 106, 137, 185, 253 McCabe, Julie Patricia ...,. , . .,.. 105, 1 17, 246 McCabe, Kris C, McCabe, Paul ........ ..... 1 29, 288 McCaffey, Jim, .,....,.. ......,.,.,. 1 91 McCain, John Aloysius . . . ,.... 131, 152, 236 McCain, Mary Francis .... ..... 1 37, 155, 260 McCall, James C. lll ...,.... ....,...... 2 50 McCaIlister, Elizabeth C ..... ..., 5 3, 237, 241 McCann, Caroline Joan ,.... .... 5 3, 107, 247 McCann, Cathleen ..,... , ......... 264 McCarthy, Denise ..,.,.,... ..,........, 2 89 McCarlhy, Margaret Mary .....,.. 105, 1 1 1, 254 McCarthy, Margo! Rose .,........ 103, 1 11, 289 McCarthy, Mary E .,...... ....,., 1 06, 236 McCarthy, Peter ........... ..,..,.... 2 40 McCarty, Polly Kathleen .... . , . . . 52, 262 McCausey, James N. ..... , ...... 239 McCausland, Ted S. .... ..,. 1 41, 259 McClatchy, Brian ....... ,..... 3 O2 McClatchy, Michael P ...., .... 2 47 McClendon, Arawa ..,...,......,,....... 289 McColl, James Douglas . , . , ..,...... 173, 247 McColl, Sally Mueller ......... 46, 64, 289, 304 McConnell, Bruce .,..... ..... 1 29, 190, 289 McConnell, John F ....... ...,.,.,... 2 57 McConnell, Sean Earl ,... McCook, Mary .......... McCormick, Elaine L ,,... .... McCray, Kathryn Anne . . . McCray, Mike Dale, .... . McCrea, Christina M, .... McCrea, Wm H ..,..,. McCurdy, Gner .....,...... McCutchen, Peter B .... , , .,.... . McDaniel, Michael Thomas , ,..,65, 130, ,...,52, 62, .193,289, 159, 115,124, 173, 240, ....65,159, .49, 269, .........130, 191, McDennott, Elizabeth A .,........,. 53, 82, McDem1ott, Moira A. ..,,.... 44, 49, 113, McDermott, Scott .,..... ........... McDivit1, Kathleen M. ,..., ......,. , McDonald, Elisabeth R,. . , .... . . , . , . , McDonald, Susan E ..... ..., 6 3, 113 McDonald, Thomas ..,. ...,.,.,. McFadden, Catherine ,... ...,.,.,. McGan'y, Anne J .....,. .... 7 O, 289 McGinnis, AJ. ........ ,....... . 254 264 304 237 257 284 158, 251 289 304 171 , 246 246 261 252 260 237 251 289 105 304 .262 McGough, James J, . . . , McGraw, Douglas Lyle .... McGregory, Shelley Rae . . . McGrew, Linda D. ,.,,,. . . McGuflin, Daniel E ..,... McHugh, Michael R, ,...... Mclnerney, John Haven ,... Mclnemey, Paul Defere, . , . Mclntyre, Daniel Savier ,.,. McKee, Blair David , ..... . McKee, Brian E ........... McKee, Susan Jennifer .,.. McKeever, Michael Jay .... McKeever, Patrick H ..,.... McKenna, Kathy ......,... McKenzie, Thomas Conrad McKinley, Mark More, . , . , . McKune, James E. ..,.,., . McKune, Stacey Anne. , . , . McKune, Vickie .......,. McLaughlin, James R.. . . McLaughlin, Cherrie ....,. McLaughlin, Susan Anne . . McLean, Kevin J .......... McLellan, Daniel K. ..,., . . McMahon, Kristin E. .... . . McMahon, Thomas C.. . . McManus, Colleen , . . . , McManus, Michael , . , . , , . McMillan, Marcia S, . , . , . , . McNally, Andrew. , . , ..... . McNamara, Stephen R., . . . McNeely, James A. . . . . McNeill, Don .....,.,.., McNeill, Jennifer Jean ...., McNeill, Stephanie K. . . . . McNeill, Thomas ,.... . McNicol, Jeanine M. . . . McRae, George .,.... 151 253 .... .259 .. ...... .65 250 ..,.106 227,237 ,.,.,289 .53 259 ....,252 .66253 190 289 ,101,115,143 236 .....258 ..,.,.101l13249 ......44,124,150, 151, 237, 289, 305 ......,65158,250 .,....146177 261 .......52190,257 .. ...,. ..... 2 51 245,254 ..53 241 . ..,. 289 . ..,.. 78 .. ..,. 263 .. 106 253 ....,.103,l11,261 .. 65, 159, 246, 189 ......124190,261 ,.,.,246 ..,.,269 ..53,115 125 241 ...,78,113,118, 173 248 ,......52,289 ....13l,191,238 .....53, 63, 82, 246 ........193,248 , .... 52, 107 ,.,..87, 165 237 289 Mella, Olga M, ......,.,.. . Melsheimer, David Harper . . Meltzer, Jonathan David ..,. Mena, Antonio Jose ....... Mena, Carlos R ........ Mendal, Jordan ......... Mendel, Lisa Ann ......... Mercado Joaquin Mario . , . Mercado, Raul A ...,..,. Mercer, Sarah Jane Mercker, Charles Harker .... Merkel, Suzanne Marie .... Merrick, Jennifer Ann . . . Merrick, Stephanie L.. . . . Merrick, Trevor McLane . . . Merrill, Meredith Lee .... Mertz, Michael Todd .... Merwise, Stephen D, . , . , . , Menuise, Tracey Karen . , . . Mesch, Neil G .... ....., Messer, Elizabeth R.. . . Metz, David Eliott ..... Metz, Howard A ..... Metzler, Amy Jill .,... Metzler, Rebecca L ..... Metzner, David B .... . Meyer, Bess Rose ....... Meyer, Norman Philip . . . Meyers, Anne Dena . . . Meyers, Amy Stone ..... Meyers, Christine P ........ Meyers, Elizabeth Ann ..... Miceli, John Paul ......... Michaelis, Cecilia Lee ...., Michaelis, Laura ...... . , Michiels, Moira M. . , . Midday, Kelly Ann .... Mies, William George . . . Milbratz, Julia Anne . . , Milbratz, William H. . . , Milkes, Shari Cyd ,... 289 .....130, 181,250 289 .,...78,265 ....230 243 ...U.L259 flfilii .289 252 ..,.261,187 252 .....,111,289 ....106, 125,249 .........,.263 ....191,236 .,....,.107,240 ......,..181,265 ....46, 47, 49, 252 .....,.,.46,289 .....,.,l41,265 ,....,...193,262 .....,.,.,78,239 .87,113, 114,250 . ..... 82,257189 ,.......107,239 .....53, 141,289 ....103,258 ....113,248 .......51,265 ....68, 82, 249 .....101, 168,289 ., ........ 70,289 l,52,78, 106,253 .,.....49,78,256 ...... 137,259 246 262 .....107, 115,241 .,..53, 69, 78,260 259 Miller, Karl Allen .... Miller, Kimberly, . . , . Miller, Kristine L.. . . , Miller, Leslie Dawn .,.. Miller, Linda Caitlin . . . Miller, Lisa Carnan .,.. Miller, Melissa ........ Miller, Michele Amy. . . Miller, Rachel A ....... Miller, Michele Amy. . . Miller, Rachel A ,... . . . Miller, Sallie Estelle . . . Miller, Steven Whitney, Miller, Susanna Brooke Miller, Thomas John . . Miller, Todd C ........ Milligan, Henry H. .... . Millikin, Thomas Mark. Millin, Michelle M.. . , . . Milling, Susan Alice , . . Mills, Amy , ,..,..., . . Mills, Carolyn W., . . . Mills, Heather L ...., Mills, Jeffrey ,.,,. Mills, James C .,..., Mills, Margaret D ...,.. Milne, Patrick R. Jr .... Milstein, Sheryl Anne. . Mincheff, Jeffry Arthur. Mincheff, Laura ....... Mincheff, Marnette Ann Miner, Greg Robert . . . Minevich, Brian ....... Minkus, Bonnie Ellen . Minkus, Max Clarke . . . Minogue, David Joseph ....,.,. 103, Minogue, Patrick John Minton, Pat Daniel .,.. Mintz, Jeffery Adam. . , Mintz, Mark Gerald, . . , ..,....,...181289 ...,49, 113,256 262 ....,.,. 106 257 ........289 ..........257 ............247 ......65, 159 289 ....,107,167 239 .,...106,109 253 .....107, 167 239 .....106, 109 253 , ,..,...,..,.,. 62 289 .,....,....87,177 289 49,83, 111,289,304 .....,.,..129,181,289 ..........,87,114,259 .......57,78,181,289 ......69,117,262,332 .. .............,.. 289 ....,.....53,289 ....52,289 ......242 ...129 252 ,.,130,246 .,..52,289 .. ,.,l53,238 .,,.53,248 . .,.,...,. 290 ..,.,245,246 ,.,...,.263 , ..... 290 .,........263 ....,.,106,236 ,.,..114,130,250 105.111, 171,290 ,..,.130,247 .. . .,........, 250 ., ...,........ 1.290 ....,135, 187,236 Miyazaki, -Kimiko, . , . . . . Mizen, Enc H ,......,.., Mizen, Kimberley Anne. , Mizener, Todd Richard . . . Mobarhan, Giulia ,,....... Moen, Ronald M. ..,,. , Moetus, Ann C. ......., . Mogul, Steven H ........ Moline, Douglas Edward. Moline, Molly Jane ...... Molitor, Linda Marie .... Mollner, Michelle Lynn . . Moloney, Brian J ..... , . . ,....44,67 ' f iafiofaij E96 ..,.......101 . ,...,. 69,190 ........,175 ff'ili6,'i5l1,i75 ..,.65,101,113 Momtahan, Dora ......,. .......,.,.,. Monahan, Daniella Lydia ..,.......,.. 1 17 Monroe, Timothy Stuart ..... 78, 271, 290 Monsees, Bradley ,.., .,,.,..,....,., 1 24 Monsees, Cherie .,....,......... 105, 175 Montague, Jeremiah X,, .... ....,.,.,. . Montague, Sarah ..,....,. . ...., 147 Montgomery, Sally B, ...,.,.. ,.,., 7 0 Montgomery, Stuart Mead . , . . ,.,. 141 Moody, Gabrielle J ...,.,... ..... 1 93 Moody, Sarah L. .....,., ....,.,. 5 2 Mooney, David James .... ..... 1 31, 181 Mooney, John E ....,.,.. ,.,,. 1 30, 181 Moore, Mary Elizabeth. . . 105 177 Moore, Tiffany B ........ Moran, Elizabeth Clare . . Moran, Janet Beth ,..... Moran, Mark William ......, 143. Moran, Paul Farley ..... Moran, Michelle L ........ Morden, Wesley Robert ...,. Morency, Caryn Sue ..... iia 189 187,245 "i"I.fI'1'1li Moretta, Peter Marshall ..,.. Morey, Colette M ......... Morey, Keith William ....,..,.. . . . , . . , 189 iii Morgan, Blythe W ....,..,.. . 84, , Morgan, Brent H ..,.. Morgan, Charles ..... X . A. ,i'r 3 ':'1Qliit, . --Q 1- TK 5. 1 . -,Q s 4 1. .x as ,1 A ., .aw - .. A55 rw N is ' X-.tk J' 9 , sn . , .......... 290 239 263 332 257 290 237 242 290 263 247 254 290 .264 , 290 , 304 , 290 , 254 .290 240 290 242 23 7 290 I 236 241 290 280 290 258 24 7 250 243 290 ',240 264 302 249 290 263 254 David Hoffman -x"""s: T .S f. vi., -vs I .Z McRae, James William ..... McReynolds, Matthew . . . . McShane, Diane E ....... McShane, Pamela Jean ...,. McWhirter, Andrew H ...., Meddow, Andrew ..,..... Medow, Enc Charles ...,. Meek, Adam M. .,.... . Mehlman, Neal Jay .... Meier, James Leigh .... Meier, Melanie .....,. Meier, Scott C ..... 78. 173, 236 193, 243 . . . . , . .289 53, 240 254 250 124, 238 , . , . . . .289 251 124, 247 289 240 .....131. 191, Milks, Bridget C.. . . . . Mill, Kristen M ....... Millard, Brook A ..... Miller, Bradley S. . . . . . Miller, Dan Seawell .... Miller, Dayna Lynn .....,.... ..,.169 ....133 ......143, 191 Miller, Daniel Louis .... ............. B 7 . 53, 106, ll Miller, Enc S. ................,..,...,. , Miller, Eva E... ,........ 44, 111, 145, 177 Miller, John Bemard ...............,.,., Miller, John S. ........ . ....,.........,. . Miller, Johnine Nancy . . . . . 253 , 247 .289 263 246 289 289 289 289 258 240 :289 Mintz, Sydney B. ..... . Mintz, Todd Steven . . . Missimer, Holly ,.... Missner, Bany C .... Mitchel, Hope F ...,... . Mitchell, Corinne .,.... .....,47,52, 256, fffiilil iii. ,... 52, 106 Mitchell, Counney Maier ,..,. , .,..., Mitchell, Gray ,........ Mitchell, Julia Ann ...,. Mitchell, Mary ,.., . . Mitchell, Mary D. ..... . Miyazaki, Masako ..... ......... I .,..47, 106, 177, ....107, 229, 265 262 260 239 264 249 257 290 249 290 238 Morgan, Douglas Dye , . , . Morgan, Robert H ..,.,. Morgan, Sheila C. .... , Monch, Peter ....... Moriarty, Sherri ,.... Morris, lldiko J .,.... . . . Morris, Lydia Prince ...... Morris, Sarah M. .1 r ffiar 241 242 262 259 260 236 ....78,259 Morrison, Christopher J ...,. ....,. Morrissey, Eve Ellen ..,.. . . . 159 Morrissey, Sarah Lynn .,.. . . . 111 Moscow, Jennifer Ellen, ..,. . . , 167 260 240 290 236 INDEX 325 Moselle, Paul ...,...... Moskovic, Alexander ..... Moskow, Robert Bail ..... Moticik, Dana .,....... Mouner, Julie ........... Movvitz, Michael Scott ..... Movius,Lisa.,, ..,. Moyer, Anne Rebecca .... Moyer, Cameron Derr .,.. Mozner, Alex ..........., Much, lawrence Robert . . Muckemtan, Clare L ..... Mueller, Jennifer Lee ...,. Muhammad, Nasif I, .... . Muller, Jordan Wells ..... Muller, Richard P. ...., . Muller-Bergh, Elena .... Mulliken, David F. . . . Mullin, Jessica Lee ..... Munger, Jennifer ,....,.. Mungy, Maria Christine , . . Munic, Barry Micheal ,.,.. Munitz, David William .... Munitz, Debra I, ,..,.. . Munns, George F. . ,... . . Munson, Scott William . . . 'Murdoch, Anne Marie ,... Murphy, Caroline Ann .... Murphy, Christopher M.. . . Murphy, James ........ Murphy, Jason .......,.. Murphy, John E. ...,.... . Murphy, John Hammond . Murphy, Kevin Michael . . . Murphy, Laura .......... Murphy, Margaret E ...... Murphy, Sean Christopher Murray, Kristen Marie ...,. .,.,.... Murray, Suzanne M. ....,. Murrln, John Patrick ...., Murry, Warren Ervin ..,.. Musich, Jeffrey C. ....... . Musil, Christopher D. .... . M ers Richard Abbott ..... .... y - Myers, Robert ..,........ N Nagel, Elizabeth Ann ..... Nagel, Kristin Suzanne . . . Nagele, Nina Marie ...... Nagle, Ami E ...,...... Nagle, Amy Elizabeth .... Nagle, Steven Thomas . , . Nagy, 'Hmothy James ..,. Najafi, Christopher C. , . , . Najafi, Melinda Zahra .,... Nam, Kimberly .......... Naphin, Lucie Frances , . . Naselius, Jon C .......... Nathan, Robin Lynn .... Nathan, Scott Michael .... Nathanson, Laura ...... Naughton, Quinn P., . . . Nauman, John David .... Neal, Luke G ...,........ Neary, Julia Ann ......... Neavolls, Jennifer D .... Nebel, Isabella K ,...... . . Nedoss, Daniel R. ..,.... . Needles, Jennifer Helen . . Needlman, Todd A .,...,. Negronida, Amy Wrginia. . Neil, Donnovan ......,... Nein, Christopher L .,... Nelson, Andrew Gustav. . . Nelson, Leslie Anne ..,. Nelson, Elizabeth T. ...,. . Nelson, Polly S. ........ . Nelson, Shannon Cody. . . Nelson, Thomas Richard . Nemerovski, Scott C., . . . . Nesbit, Jennifer Mills ..... Nesbit, Michelle ......... Nesbitt, Nick ............ Neville, Lawrence Harvey . Newar, Amy H ........... Newman, Cameron G. . . . Newman, Cheryl Rae ..... Newman, Courtenay Leigh. , . 65, Newman, Glenn William. . Newman, Laurie Lee ..... Newman, Marc L ...,.... Newman, Seth Charles . . , Newmark, Michael .,,.... Newton, Christine C ...... Newton, Edward Grant . . . Newton, Melinda L ...... Ng, Edmond K .....,.. Nicholls, Michael W. . . . . . Nicholson, Christina M.. . . Nicolazzo, Anne B. ..,... . Nicolazzo, Karen E ....... Niedermaier, Diane ....,. Niedringhaus, Mark Ford . Nielsen, Jon ,........... Nielsen, Katharine ....... Nievera, Anthony Joseph . Nitzkin, Ronna Teri , . , . . . Nixon, Christopher J.. . , . . Nixon, Scott R .,..,...... Nolan, Cara Margaret .... Nolan, Jennifer K, .... . Nolan, Benjamin G .... . . . Nolan, Patrick Michael .... Nold, James B. .....,... . Nold, John Thaddeus .... Nold, Peter Mathias ..., Noonan, Julie Anne ,... Nora, Peter C.. . . . . ,. Nordahl, David A.. . . . Nordgren, Jon Eric ..,. Nordman, Eric Amold .,.. 326 INDEX .,.......261 ......171,251 ....124,173,237 ,..........249 .........175 ....143 237 .....77,264 .....62,290 .........246 ....171,290 .. ..... 70,290 . ..... 290 155,236 ...,.25O ....152181,239 .....65158,264 ,.,..290 ....134187,290 227,240 .... .246 . ..... 193,290 ....131191,238 290,304 .... .240 271 290 .56,65,82,109,260 .59,238, 290 304,305 183 254 181 290 , .....258 . ..,.. 141242 .. ,.,. 130,245 253 ....53,65, 82,254 .......,.47,52,246 ..,... 171251 106,250 .....52, 193,290 ...,...70 290 ....106 242 .....,.246 .......,.265 101251 ...66,261 ...........115,241 53, 101, 105, 249 ...........107,241 .......113,193,264 ...,.,.113,190,290 . ..,....... 290 ,........173,237 ..,.,.....,269,290 .. 147, 227, 243, 189 .........185,249 . .,.., 290 .....246 ,. 131, 183, 187, 236 ...44,111,145,290 . ..,.,.. 53,133,249 , .......... 141,262 , ..,.,. 101,106,253 .,.,.114,271,290 .. .,......... 269 .....130, 187,247 ......,164,257 .. .......... 249 ..........290 ........,.62,290 .......107, 147,240 ,...,165,251 .. .... 143,238 ..,.,..249 ,...260 ., ...,...,., 290 .......109,256,261 ....,..109,159,242 ...........271,290 109,159,290 ......,.....49,290 ......,.....49,257 ......,228, 229, 242 ....,113,114,254 .....,....52,29O .......171,230,241 .........117,292 ...59,113,114,292 ....,53,292 .. ..,.. 62,292 ...,.....302 .. .,..53,181,260 , ...,........... 253 ....,..106,193,252 ...........165,292 ., 106, 124, 152,242 .,.,..,....256,272 .......133,260 .........129,292 . ..,. 183,245,254 . ..,.,..... 292 ......129,262 .......130,248 .........107,241 . . . .42, 44, 53, .65,114,158, ......,..183. 292 292 264 292 Nordmark, Tina N. .... ....... 2 56 Nordstrom, Robert L. . . . ..., 115, 243 Norkett, Heather M .... ...... 1 75, 243 Norton, Douglas W.. . . ......,. 183, 257 Nosek, Jeanine M ....... .... 1 07, 175, 241 Novak, Carolyn Jean .........,........... 292 Novak, Richard Mark ,.,. . , ........,...,., 205 Noyes, Gillian Blandin .................... 246 Nussbaum, Eric Bruce44, 46, 47, 134, 187, 260 Nyhan, Shannon Marie ................... 246 Nyman, Paul Andre ........ ,.,. . .,.,..... 2 54 Oakley, Margaret Ann ....... 52, 177, 193, 256 Oberlin, Glenn P ...... ...,.......,.,... 2 92 Obennan, Debra L ,....,.... 63, 82, 133, 251 Obinger, Todd Steven ........,.. 143, 153, 240 O'Brien, Katherine .,.... .... 1 06, 146, 249 O'Brien, Peter Andrew ..... .... 1 90, 271, 292 O'Brien, Shannon Lyn ...,... ....... , .256 O'Bryan, Stephen Francis .... .... 1 24, 263 O'Bryan, Terrance John ............. 124, 292 O'Bryan, Tim Brendan .............. 130, 250 O'CaIlaghan, Ann ....,....,.......... 52, 258 O'Callaghan, William P. ...., 150, 271, 292, 304 O'Connor, Charles S. ,..........,....... 252 O'Connor, John C. ..... .......... 1 91, 292 O'Connor, John .......... .... 1 90, 304 O'Connor, Michael A. ....... ...,., 2 63 O'Connor, Michael Condon .... ...,., 2 65 O'Connor, Thomas C. ....... .... 1 30, 246 O'Connor, Thomas Francis . ..,.......,.. 292 Oda, Kanae ................,...,......, 263 Oden, Maria .....,...., 65, 101, 109, 245, 254 O'Donnell, Ger Patrick .,.,......,... 143, 248 O'Donnell, Shannon K. .,..,.,...,......,, 243 Oestreich, Christopher . ,.., . ..,...,. 130, 251 Offenberg, Linda . , ....,..,......... 124, 262 Offer, Tamar L ...,..,.,.,.. 82, 111, 292, 304 O'Grady, Kathleen M. ....,............... 249 Ohr, Sharon E. ............ 106, 137, 185, 242 Ohuchi, Nobiko ..... ..............,. 2 92 O'Keefe, John lll ........ .......... 1 90, 257 O'Keefe, Teryl Anne ,....... . . . 52, 251 O'Kieffe, William Preston . . . , .,.,. . . . 250 O'Kieffe, John, , . , ..,.,... .......... 2 92 Okumura, Eiji ........,. .,.....,.,.. 2 63 Olds, Courtney Ann ..... ..... 6 3, 241, 292 Olmsted, Catherine S.. . . ...... 107, 242 Olson, Chris A .,....... ............ 2 48 Olson, Jeffrey David .... .... 1 31, 153, 242 Olson, M gin Marie ...... .... 1 33, 245, 249 O'Malley,eElizabeth Mary ........., 53, 232, 243 O'Malley, Taylor John ........ , . ..,...,.. 247 O'Malley, Jacqueline D. .,..,.,...,... 106, 248 O'Malley, Jeanne Marie. ,44, 51, 52, 62, 65, 263 O'Malley, Patricia Jean . , ....,........... 246 O'Malley, William Shea .,............ 190, 260 O'Neil, Erin Mary ....... .... 5 2, 65, 256 O'Neil, Michael John .... ............ 2 57 O'Neil, Peter Brian ..... .... 1 03, 271, 292 O'Neill, Elizabeth A. ..,. ....,. 1 07, 237 Onley, Ted ............ ..,. 1 14, 292 Orames, Matthew l. ...,., .,..,. 1 77, 247 Ordower, Stephanie Lynn ...,..., 106, 185, 240 O'ReiIly, Kathleen Ann .,...., .,.... 1 05, 249 O'ReiIly, Stephen Joseph ..., ..., 2 92, 304 Orelind, Erik Robert ...,. . ........ 261 Orlebeke, Alison ,..,... ........ 1 17, 258 Orlebeke, Britany .... .... 1 16, 171, 240 Orlov, Richard S. .... .... 1 13, 114, 263 Orourke, Sharon ...... ....... 6 3, 250 Orourke, Sheila ........ ........ 2 64 Ortegel, Joseph Harvey .... ,...., . , 252 Orwig, Brock William . . . ,... 183, 292 Orwig, Kathleen Ann .... ...... 2 53 Oseland, Robert ..,..,.,., ..,. 1 65, 265 Oshaughnessy, Brigid M ..,.. .... 1 09, 292 Oswald, Joseph M. ........ ........... 2 47 Otto, William ......... ,. .,.. 135, 187, 251 Ottoman, Michael R ..... ........... 2 39 Owen, Timothy John .... ...... 1 06, 240 Owens, Corky ....,..,. , .......,.,. 305 Oyasu, Kenji, ....,., .... 1 73, 245, 252 Oyasu, Seiji ...,. .,..... 4 6, 292 Packard, Courtney Ann .,.. ..,. 1 54, 264 Paden, Arny Elizabeth ....... .....,. 5 3, 259 Paden, Desmond Sheldon .,......,.. 129, 292 Paden, Patrick Sean ....,........ 130, 191, 251 Pagano, James A .,......, ..., 1 03, 1 1 1, 265 Padgitt, Sarah Marie ..... ..., 1 33, 241, 189 Padjen, Joseph Cook . . . ...... 177, 292 Page, Christopher K ..... , . . .141, 171, 260 Page, Elise N ........,.,....,.......,.,. 241 Page, Lawrence William .....,... 101, 158, 204 Pagett, Paul C .... ..,.........,..... 1 91, 239 Pai, Savitri P. ......,....... 42, 44, 48, 49, 292 Paik, Leo S. ......,.. .... 6 8, 187, 292, 304 Paik, Regina S .,.,..,.. . ,..., 115, 159, 240 Paley, Susan L ..... ,.... ...,. 6 3 , 193, 200 Palmer, Alexandra S ..... ..... 6 3, 185, 249 Pandya, Shwetal ......., ..,........ 2 49 Pankovich, Mark .....,., . , ..... 87, 114, 269 Papadopoulos, Catherine .... .,.,.....,. 2 49 Papadppoulos, Constantine ...,.,...,...,. 252 Papangelis, Christina M ..,.....,. 111, 1 13, 262 Paradise, Mark J .......... ..,.,. 1 71, 250 Parent, Laura Susan .... ,.... 5 3, 243 Parent, Scott Francis .,., , ....... ,302 Park, Albert D. ....., . .,., 117 248 Park, David ........, .....,..... 2 92 Park, David J ...... ......,. 1 71 251 Park, Jacob., ..... . ,.....,... 49, 134 292 Park, Jennifer H. ..,........,.,.,..... 63 253 Park, Kathryn Anne .... 137, 185, 241, 292 305 Park, Woo Jong ,....... Parker, Corrinne C. .,.. . Parker, Cynthia Stanton . Parrnelee, Renee A. ..... Parmelee, Rodd Gardner Parr, Bruce Alan ........ Parrish, Earl Thomas .... Parrott, Timothy C. ..... , Pan'y, Spencer Lane .,.. Parsons, Edward ....... Parsons, James L Jr. Parsons, Jeffrey ........ Parsons, Jeffrey Langdon ..... . . . Pasikov, Barry .......... Pateras, Ronald Wncent . Paterkiewicz, Rob John. . Pates, Helen Jo ......... Patterson, John Witt ..,. Patterson, Maggie .....,. Patterson, Mary J. ....., . Patterson, Thomas Buck Pauker, Stuart B ......,. Paul, Jonathan Stuart . . . Pauly, David N. ...,.... . Payne, Lisa K. .,..,.... . Payvar, Sasan .......... Pearce, Sharon Hilary . . . Pearl, Robert C. .,..... , Pearson, Wcki Lynn ..... Pechtl, Lisa Anne ,..., Peck, Klaudeen D ..... Pecka, Amy L ...,..., Pederson, Ann Clare .,., Peeples, Aimee N .....,. Peeples, Timothy Allan . . Peilet Andrew M ........ Pelton,James Rader94, 103, 105, '1'1'1',1 Pelton, Thomas Charles . Pelts, Ellen Beth ........ Pemberton, Melissa Joy . Pemble, Richard H ....... Penner, George ..,,.... Penticoff, Thomas M. , . . Peponis, Arthur James ..... Perl, Jonathan Richard . . Perl, Sanford E ......... Perlin, Michelle Dana .... Perlove, Michael Alan . .. Perlove, Steven Adam. . . Perlow, J ulie ...,....... Perlow, Lloyd Joshua . , . Pemick, Kevin M ....,.,. Perrella, Anthony J ....,. Perrella, Tom Joseph . . . Perry, Bonnie Ruth .,.... Perry, Andrew Scott ..... Pemtz, Timothy P ....... Peter, Brian Patrick ..... Peter, Thomas Grant .... Peters, Renee K. ...,... . Peterson, Frank Allen .... . . . . Peterson, Richard T. . , . , Petkus, Bret S ...,.... Petr, Susan ............ Petti, Andrea D. ....... . Pfutzenreuter, George R,. Phair, Elizabeth C. , .... , Phair, Phillip Brooks .... Phelan, Anne M .,...,.,. Phelan, Mark Thomas. . . Phillippi, Mary Ann ...... Phillips, Frank Linden . . . Phillips, Elizabeth ....... Pick, Charlie ......... Pieper, Deirdre Joan .... Pietrowicz, William F,. , . , Pigott, Amy Lynn ..,.. Pi o Paul ,. ........ 141 . ....... 105,137 .,..,. 107 ff..fQffiff152 . ,.... 113,114 ..f02,165 ...130 165 fi. ,.Qff.177, .. ..... 70,86, ......70 ,. ..fQ.463, .... 65.158, .. ..... 113 .. ....... 114 .....67,69, ......71 ff ff1f.292. ...190, .1I16a, ...Q106 ......,..105, ...,....125,165 .....,.. 132 13," 114,135,181 ,.:i::::i1.A141- .57, 105, 150, 236,292 .. ...,..,.. 158, .. ..,.., 87. H 1f1ffi37,232, ,. ..., 52,271, ".f'70,'71, 193 .. ""If"1'66 .. .... 131 .. ...... 109 47,158 IfIffi15Q ..,.53, 106 g U., . , ..,,,..,., , ....... . . Pigott, Sheila Eileen, . ..,.., 137, 185 Pigott, Thomas Kennedy 134, Pikofsky, Loron Colby , . . . .... . . . . Pilipovic, Aleksandar N., . , . . . . Pinkerton, Jay D ....,.,.. ...... Pinkerton, Thomas W. ..... .... 6 5, Pinsof, Diane ..,........ Pinsof, Jeanne E, ..... Piper, Amy ......... Piper, Nick H ....... Pirsein, Hillary Ann .... Pirsein, Philip R, . .,.. , Pitner, Jennifer Lynn ,... Pitt, Margaret L ........ Piwnica, Nicolle M. ..... . .....167, Pizer, Jacqueline B ......,,.,...,.,. Plante, David Gilmour .,.,..,..., Platt, Alan Quentin ..,.,.,..,..,,.,. Platt, Lorissa Gayle ......, 47, 65, 106, Platt, Victoria Hope .,.........,,..., Plimpton, John C ............,.. Plonsker, Daniel Kurt ..... ......., Plumb, Julia C ..... ..... Podols Daniel P ....53,56, 131, 129, ky, . ....,, ..,,.,.. . Podolsky, Deborah Lynn ..., , ..,.. . . . . ..,.. 1 13, Pollack, Darrell Scott. . . Pollack, Marilyn Ann . ..,.., , . . , . . . Pollock, Elizabeth Lynne, . . . . . . . Pollock, Hillary Ruevin ..,.. .... Pollock, Neil David ,....... ...... Polsky, Jeffrey Howard , . . .... . . . . Polsky, Michael W .....,. . . . . . 1 15, Polydoris, Christine ......,....... 78, Polydons, Michael L ........,....... Pons, Marc A ,....,... 105, 130, 171, Porta, Jeffrey M ,...,. Porta, Leslie H ..... , Porter, Kirsten A ...,.... Porter, Rebecca Ann . . . , Portnoy, Julie Gail .... Portugall, Susan. . ,.., . . Postol, Steffi, Rikka ..... Potter, Victoria W. ........,..,...., . Pottinger, James Alan ...... Powell, Patricia Jane . . , . Powell, Rob J. ...... . , . 52, 164, 131' 106 . 47 137 3.1.1. 152 , 62 293 227 256 129 1 15 265 187 173 143 116 158 293 133 173 165 1 '70 107 191 . 70 109 ,Hi 185 105 .mi 106 .Hd . 49 158 106 . 44 191 141 103 . 53 106 159 181' . 62 124, 252 254 239 '292 265 257 252 292 250 247 252 292 263 292 254 292 254 249 1 14 252 258 244 247 304 258 246 292 252 237 248 253 292 292 292 304 249 246 239 292 248 252 1 81 , 304 252 292 258 254 292 23 7 292 23 7 293 257 293 250 293 26 1 240 249 293 260 242 249 259 293 246 293 293 236 263 304 256 243 264 259 243 227 236 293 252 243 240 263 304 241 249 243 264 242 251 262 258 241 238 293 249 261 256 293 260 258 262 293 251 239 293 251 247 238 253 293 251 246 256 264 293 293 237 269 293 293 293 260 Powell, Stephanie Louise ........, 65, 106, 249 Powers, Christopher P. ......... 79, 86, 87 260 Prange, David Connor ..... ....,....,... 2 93 Prasi, Becky Ann ........ ..... . .., .257 Prather, Kevin Robert .... . . . 101, 261 Premack, Daniel .,..... ....... ..... 2 6 9 Presberg, Larry ...... ....,... ..... 2 6 1 Price, David John ..., ....,.,. 7 8 117, 261 Price, David T. , ...., 47, 124 171, 237 Price, Gary David .... ....,... . 78, 293 Price, John Farwell .... ..., 1 15 143, 243 Price, Karen Susan .... , .... 47 105, 247 Priest, Beverley June ..... .....,. 1 06, 258 Prince, John M. ....... .... . 49 173, 251 Prince, Thomas A ..,.. ..... . 46, 293 Pringle, Elizabeth K. .... .... 1 06, 249 Pritikin, Scott Eric ..... .... 1 87, 293 Prizant, Marissa Rae ...,.. ..,. 1 25, 185 Prol1'it, Lachlan Scott ..... ..,...... 2 69 Prosen, Leandrea S. ..... ....... 1 01, 237 Provow, Jane Elizabeth ........... 70, 175, 262 Prudencio, Ramiro Edw ....,.. 42, 44, 173, 293 Prusha, Nancy l.inn ,..... ......... 1 33, 240 Pruzansky, Cobyann M. ..... .... 5 2, 185, 240 Pryor, Jennifer Rouse .... ......,.,.. 2 93 Pryor, Wctoria S. ....... ....,.,.. 2 93 Puch, Monique K. ........ ......,.,.. 2 93 Puch, Stephen Michel. . . , ,......... . . . 293 Puden, Pauick .,....... ..........,.,.. 2 51 Purcell, Diane K. ..... .... 5 2, 62, 193, 263 Pyott, Marianne S. . . . .,....... 193, 249 Quaid, Shawn .........,.... 87, 113, 114, 257 Quaranta, lara Teresa . . , .,.,..,.. . 249 Quinlan, Heather Ann . . , ....,...... 293 Quinn, Matthew Vincent , ..... 191, 236 Quinn, Peter T. ..... .... ....... 1 4 1, 293 Quinn, William Martin . . , .... 70, 271, 293 Rabe,John ...,... ,.,101, 105,293 Raben, Beth A. ,.,. .... 5 3, 113, 249 Rabin, Bonnie S. ,.,. ...... 5 3, 249 Rabinowitz, Richard .... ........... 2 65 Rabinowiu, Stacey. . . , . . . .175, 227, 238 Racelis, Christopher C. . . 129, 190, 256, 261 Racelis, Steven R. ....,, , ...... 191, 241 Rachmeler, Susan .,.,. , ...... 107, 257 Rada, Howard G. Jr, . , , ........... 260 Radcliffe, Emma,. ,..., .... 5 3, 107, 240 Radnor, Rebecca A. , . , .... 47, 293, 304 Rado, Wendy Lynn ...... ........... 2 93 Rafanello, Amy Nicole .......,.....,., 52, 293 Rafanello, Timothy John ......... 131, 171, 240 Raff, Shelly ...........,..,.,.,....,.,.. 259 Raffe, Lon A. ........... 52, 107, 232, 238 Raffe, Michael R. .,.,... ............ 2 60 Ragins, Adam Bryant ..., . . ..., 143, 241 Ragner, Lisa Maria ..... ......, 2 93 Ragula, John .......... ...,.,.., 2 45 Ragusi, Mark Brian ...... .,.,. 4 9, 247 Rahe, Charles M. ....... . , .,.,., 293 Raith, Thomas Joseph . . . , . , 129, 261 Ramaker, Elizabeth C .,.. .,.. 1 07, 241 Ramaker, John S. , ..,. ........ 2 93 Ramaker, Susan H, ..,, .... 1 47, 257 Ramelli, Danielle L , . , , ...... 236 Ramelli, Gil Robert, ..., .... 3 02 Ramirez, Larry .... , . . ........... 248 Rammelt, Anne E ....... ........ 7 0, 263 Ramsdell, Thomas J. .... 1 14, 130, 187, 251 Randolph, Alan Max Fiu. ...,... 183, 251 Randolph, Amy C ....... .,.,...,., . 257 Rankin, Tracy E. ..........,.,... 154, 175, 265 Ransom, Jason H, ..,.....,.,.,..... 171, 246 Ransom, John Jeremiah, ............ 269 Ranvik, Christina Ll ....., . . .106, 241, 189 Rao, Arundathi P ........ .........,.. 2 60 Rapach, Kristin Lee , .... ..... 1 07, 242 Raphaelian, Christopher . ....,. 264 Rapoza, Julia Michelle. . . ...., . 241 Rappin, Jennifer Lynn. . . .,.,. 62, 258 Rappin, Stephen Fredrick. , . , . .,.,.... 250 Rashkow, Dori Ellen . , , . . , . , 269, 293 Rashkow, Holli A .....,,. . . . , 177, 269 Rasmusen, Karen .,.... . , . , 167, 260 Rasmusen, Mark R ..... ..... , 302 Rasmussen, Holli ...... ........ 2 38 Rasof, David Barnet .... .... I 30, 251 Rasaf, Jin Ann ....... ,.,... 2 93 Rast, Edie Ann ...... ,... 2 93 Rateike, Susan L ...... . , . , . ,.,..... 293 Rath, Eric Clemence ......,.,.,., . , . 113, 249 Raveret Anne Elizabeth . 65, 106, 111, 252 Raveret John Michael ....,..,.... 44, 105, 293 Rawlins, Brooks Grover Ray, Charles B, ......,,. ..... 1 91, 238 Ray, Douglas Paul , ..., ,.,.... 1 30, 248 Ray, Kevin Stewart, .... ,... 6 5, 168, 293 Ray, Michael ,.., . , ...,. ......, 1 68, 246 Ray, Tracey Lynn , , . ..,.... 106, 155, 175, 253 Read, Heather Leigh ..,.,........,. 44, 51, 53 109, 242, 293, 305 Read, Wendy S ..,,.,...,... 53, 133, 227, 237 Reardon, Linda Marie ................... 261 Reay, Mason B. ,.,. . ,...... ....... 6 8, 250 Rebstock, Mary Jean ,..... .............. 2 47 Rebstock, William Charle , ........... 114, 293 Redding, Graham W. ,...,. . , .... 131, 181, 243 Redman, Lori Eileen ...., ........... 2 56 Reed, Katherine ...,... .,..., 6 5, 193, 246 Reed, Kevin Samuel . . . . , . . .124, 230, 239 Reed, Melissa Beth ..... .....,. 1 33, 253 Reed, Paul. .,....... ...... 1 30, 251 Reeder, Laura K. , . .. Reibman, Allen J.. . . . ,.,.94, 101,259 115 239 Michelle Kramer Reibman, Elizabeth Ann ,,.. .,.. 8 7, 1 13, 293 Rhodes, Todd James . . . ....,.,.... 302 Ring, Barry S ,...... .... . 258 Reichman, Jill S. .....,.. .,... . ..,.... . . . Riback, Christopher .... .,.. 7 8, 84, 261 Rion, Rachel Marie ,... .... . 294 Reid, Elizabeth Knox .... .,..... 1 06, 246, 294 Riblet, Constance A. . . . ......,. 109, 294 Ripp, B1-yan Thomas ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,294 Reid, Susan. ..,....,. 103, 107 294 304 Rice, David Scott. ..,.,. ,.... 4 6, 70, 71 294 Risavi, Saman. ,..,..,.. . . ,........ 84, 262 Reif, Gregory Scott ....... ........ . 49 247 Rice, Steven .,..,........ ............ 2 46 Risinger, Edward A. Ill. .106, 1 15, 131 171, 241 Reimer, Craig Edward .... ...... 5 9 130 247 Richards, Laura Johanna ..,. ..... 1 01 258 Riskind, Jennifer Ann ............,. 106, 260 Rein, Lauren H.. .,..... ..... 1 33 185 237 Richardson, Mark M .... . . . ....... 294 Ristic, Natasa . ,... ....,........... 5 2, 253 Rein, Perry Maxwell ,... ...... 1 87 263 Richardson, Robert E .... ....... 2 53 Ritter, Amy Helen ..... ..,.,......,...... 2 94 Reiter, Amy F. ......., .... 1 03 262 Richman, Lorne ,.,.,.,.. . ............ 251 Ritchie, John ,.,..,. ..,,....,.,.,.,.,.. 2 42 Rekasius, Vydas .... . . . .... 258 Richmond, Luke Leland ..,,......... 131 237 Rizavi, Saman ...... .,.. 5 2, 53, 84, 193, 262 Rekett, Greg R ...... .... 1 24 254 Richter, Michael E. ..,.....,. 87, 113, 114 294 Roach, Jill Eileen .,... ,..,.,...... 1 54, 294 Remien, Stephanie ......, ..,, 5 2 193 260 Richter, Robert Lee .,., . .....,....... 294 Robb, April ,,.,..,.... ............ 2 46 Renn, Robert Blake ......., .... .... 2 4 2 Richter, Tiffany Lynne ..... ....... 2 53 Robbins, Avery H. ..,..... . . .151 181, 252 Renn, Thomas Robbins . . . 165 261 Rick, Andrew .............,. ..,...,.. 2 30 Robbins, Elliott Evan ..... ..,.,......... 2 94 Renner, Steven F... . ..... .... 1 64 260 Rickard, Kevin Bosworth ..... ..,.. 1 87 251 Roberson, John C. ..... ........,...... . 294 Rennolds, Carol Ellen .,.. ...... 1 17 258 Rie, James A ....,........ ......,..... 2 42 Roberson, Robert ..... ....,....,........ 2 94 Rennolds, John .....,...,...... 171 181 250 Rieben, Chris .,.,...... ...........,.. 2 53 Robens, Marita Y.. .,........ 53, 101 103, 294 Rennolds, Philip J .................. .... 2 62 Rieff, Jason B. ..,.......... 49, 143, 187 251 Roberts, Stephanie G ..................... 236 Repasy, Matthew L ...... 65, 158, 243 294 305 Rielly, John Downs ..................... 302 Robins, Laura Beth ................ 1 1 1, 294 Respess, Laura Michelle ..........., .30, 1 1 1, Riemenschneider, Susan B ........... 106 251 Robinson, Cecilia Y. ......... 67, 1 11 1 13, 262 294 304 103 Ries, Allan Leroy ................. 80, 294 304 Robinson, Elizabeth H. ................... 237 Ressler, Michael Brian .... ...... 1 13 294 Rifken, Elizabeth Ann ..... ......... 4 4 294 Robinson, Harry Leonard ........... 44, 82, Retzinger, Karen Rose ..., ..... .... 2 9 4 Riley, Laura Lee .,..... .... 1 07, 233 239 141, 256, 262 Rhodes, David Samuel . . . . . .1 13 1 14 294 Riley, Regan A ....... .......... 2 64 Robinson, Jillian .....,,.. .... . 70, 294 Robinson, Marco Robinson, Melanie Anne. . . Robinson, Suzanne ....... Roche, David McMillan . . . . Rockefeller, Victoria A.. . . . . Rockey, Craig .......... Roeper, Randall H .,.., Roethusberger, Marie . . . Rogers, Stephanie O. ...,. Rogers, Timothy Brenton . . 65 Rogula, John Andrew . . . Rohner, Ann Elizabeth .,... Rohner, Bruno ....,...... Rolison, Whitney M.. . . Rolston, Katie Marie. ,,,. Romanoff, Laura Felice ,... Romanoff, Michelle Sara. . . Rootberg, Ilene Lois ....... Rose, Laurence Morris .... Rose, Marla Sue ........ Rose, Matt Jason ...... Rosen, Amy Sue ....... Rosen, Bridget Anne .... Rosen, David. ,........ Rosen, lra David .......... Rosen, Jay David ......... Rosen, Laura Kay ......... Rosenbaum, Susan W. .103, 105, 294, 304 Rosenberg, Leonard X. . . Rosenberg, Margot Claire ..., ....,. Rosenberg, Stuart H ..... Rosenblate, Robin L. . . . . Rosenbloom, Dana M.. . . Rosenbloom, Neil Freder Rosenblum, Howard E.. . Rosene, Ray A .......... Rosenfeld, Matthew S .,., Rosenfeldt, Marc E ...,.. Rosenman, Marc Brian . , Rosenthal, Andrew M .... Rosenthal, Daniel ,..,... Rosenthal, David John . . Rosenthal, David Scott . . Rosenthal, Karen Lee . . . Rosenthal, Scott F.. . . . . . Rosenwasser, David H. . . Rosenwasser, Fred ...... Rosenwasser, James S.. . Rosin, Jennifer ......... Rosing, Pierre, Harry .... Rcsman, Daniel ....... Ross, Amy C. ...,. . . Ross, Charlotte L. ,... Ross, Edward E. ...... . Ross, Paul ........,..,. Rossberger, June M ...,. Rossen, Barry D. ..... . Rossi, Marco G. ....... . Rossiter, Christopher C. . Rossow, David Charles . . Rossow, Laura M. ...... . Reston, Adrienne Jill .... Rotblat, Audrey P.. . . . . . Roth, Bradley Jay .... Roth, Elisabeth F. .,... . Roth, Gregory James . . . Roth, Laura Ilene ....... Rothbart, Jacqueline B.. . Rothschild, Gary L. ..... . Rothschild, Michelle K. .. Rothschild, Susan . ..... Rottman, Laura ......... Rottman, Matthew E ..... Roussey, John S ....... Roussey, Robert S. .... . Rowe, Peter Lawrence. . . Rowe, Stephanie E ...... Rownd, David Matthew . . Royal, Charlotte P ....... Rozenberg, Karine ..... Rozner, Jory S ......... Rubens, David Ernest . . . Rubenstein, Alan M. .... . Rubenstein, Andrew Harry ....... 143, 151, Rubin, Allison Beth . . . . . Rubin, Lance Allen. , . . . . Rubin, Laura Rachel .... Rubin, Mark Edward .... Rubin, Matthew Seth .... Rubin, Melissa Leigh .... Rubinstein, Jeffrey Tal .... Rudnick, Lisa . ....... . Ruffalo, Patrick M .... Rukin, Jami A .... . Rukin, Miki Hope ...... Rumsey, Anna .......... Runnfeldt, Christopher .... . . Runnfeldt, John T ........... Ruskin, David Scott ........ Ruskin, Lisa Annette .... Rusnack, Penelope ...... Russell, Deborah Anne . . Russell, Denise Marie . . . Russell, James ......... Russell, James Arnold. . . Russell, James Edward. . Russell, Robin Ann ...... Russell, Susan Mary .... Ruther, David ....... Ruther, Debbie Lyn .... Rutherford, Mark K ...... Ruthman, Maureen J .... Ruthman, Susan Beth. . , Rutkowski, Greg .,.,.... Ruttenberg, Carolyn Beth Ruttenberg, Stacey Beth. Ryan, Catherine Marie. . . Ryan, Deirdre Marie .... Ryan, Daniel James .... Ryan, Julie .......... Ryan, Pat G. ..... . Ryan, Will G ......... Ryden, Kurt Verner ..... Ryder, Tracey Ann ..... Ryno, William R.. . . .H...105,1O7,240 106, 137, 185, 193 232 243 ....105111248 H...52 106 253 ....115169 237 ..... ... .259 .. ..... ..... 259 ..H..133 260 189 .... .124 173 239 ,113 143 158 251 ..........117 254 H..U......H261 H...53,107 236 ..H....U.294 ..........111246 ..U.51,52,53 294 244 U.......66h294 H..101,105 249 .......78 239 ..........269 ...106 252 .. 113 263 .. ........... 294 N....H....U.23B .U.......l06 254 ,305 ..........49,78 248 115,236 ......257,294 .........44,257 ....107, 175,237 ....H......187,294 H..134,187,264 ......131,242 . ......... 254 ....3...H...H 294 . .... 49,6a,294,3o4 294 ....134,187,260 ......1l5,242 ......... 252 ....61,263 ....181,247 .,.106,239 ...,..... 294 . .... 164,247 .....1ov,236 .......U. 294 ....113,187,294 H..U....258 .....l06,236 .H....260 ...H 294 H. 260 ....,..., 265 ........., 294 141,294 ......299,3o4 ......115,240 H.......49,253 H...63,1O6,246 ..H....M 242 .....H. 260 ...,... 251 ....1o5,253 ....44,46,265 ....101,264 .U....248 . ......, 261 ..,.1o6,254 ....... 294 ..... 247 ..,.6B,258 . ......, 261 .. ......., 238 .. .... 158,294 . ....... 263 294 ....115,239 . ........ 302 ............106,241 236 ...H 30,11,294,304 . ...,.,.,...... 260 .....55,94,l0L 165,294,103 ,.....1o1,237 ....131,236 ,.... 241 ... 242 H. 246 2. 249 .., 243 ......259 ....62,26o U.......87,262 ,............264 113,114,250,256 ...H...115,227,239 . ........... 53,253 .. ........ 294 .,... 294 ......H........ 257 ...H.......190,236 ....65,113,124,246 ..U...52,193,294 ...,.,...... 302 ........ 259 ... 237 ..... 263 .H....240 ....7O,296 .... ....... 296 ..N ......., 296 ..,. 114,296 ....1o3,256 .....63,253 ..,..129,296 . ......... 296 ........13o,249 H..1O3,11l,296 U...49,261,332 253 U.f115Q13i 242 INDEX 327 Saalfield, Robin Cordon , . . Sabullus, Stacy B. Sabanty, Kerry R ,,...., SaBath, Michael S. .... , SaBath, Robin F .......... . SaBath, Steven Howard . . . . . Saccone, Joseph A. .... . Saccone, Martine T.. . . . Sachs, Susan C. ,... . Saalfield, Robin .... Saffrin, Leanne. . , . Sakale, Ken Earl ..... ..., ..... Sakauye, Misa ..,,.............. Salafsky, Anna E ...,...... ,..... Salafsky, Niklaus N ...... 79, 113, Salazar, Armando J, .,.,..,.... . Salchow, Marion Carola ,........ 181 111 . .l.gl, 111 ..56 230. 296 193 Salkino, Jason Alexander . , . . ......... . . Michelle Milli 238 ,296 248 296 296 236 296 296 107 261 237 296 249 304 240 296 237 Salizman, Maureen Leslie, .... . . Samuelsen, Grant E ..,.. Sandaclc Greg M. ..,., . Sandler, Todd Adams. . . Sanford, Dana ......... Sanford, Michael David, . Sangston, Michael ..,.., Sano, Masako .......... Sargent, Andrew John. . . Sargent, Kristin E ....... Satherlie, Brian B ,,..... Satherlie, Stacey Jeanne. Sauer, Joseph D ........ Saunders, Steven M ..... Savage, Joanne ...... Savaro, David R. ....... . Savard, Katherine M ..... Savely, John C. ..... . . Savin, Gary Neal ........ Savin, Michael Howard . . U...296 .78 264 143 238 165,254 ..H 258 .78 243 .,..263 .87 296 151 252 169 251 111 258 296 103 ....165 117,124 296,304 137,296 .296,304 111,250 113,261 181,253 190,296 Savin, Thomas Drake . .. . . Sawyer, James L,. . . , ,. Saxton, Amy Waugh ...... .... Saxton, Michael Spence . . . . . , . Sayer, Stacey Ellen ..... .... Scannell, Karen Leigh. . . , . , . Scavo, Vincent A .,.. . . . Schaaf, Julie .... ,..... Schabel, Mark C. . , ..... . . . . Schaberg, Mark Steven ..,. . Schack, Larry Alan, ..... . Schaefer, Carl ....,....... . . Schaefer, Thomas E. Jr Schaefer, Steven Lee .... , . , . Schainis, Rodney ...... Scharf, Howard E ....... .... Schechter, James Alan , . , . . . . , Scheckelhoff, Erik T .,,.. , . .... . Scheindel, Robert Brian Schell, Michael John, . , . , Schellenberg, Clay R. , . . .... 238 256,259 .... 296 181 242 227,240 258,189 158 238 175 243 158 248 143 296 245,252 ..,, 115 ..,,.242 230,236 173 248 .Ha Ha Ha 173,254 131,234 .....252 .....257 ....261 328 INDEX Schellenberg, Jason ...,.......,......... 263 Schellenberg, Tim C. ...,............ 191, 247 Scherer, Douglas H. ..., 84, 101, 105, 296, 103 Scheyer, Eric Jonathan .,................. 296 Schienberg, Kim ...,............. 47, 62, 259 Schiffman, David Charles .... ...,..... 2 39 Schildgen, Beth Ann ..,.... ..,.,., 2 53 Schinler, George N .... . . . .,..,, ,252 Schleicher, Scott T ..... ..., 1 30, 247 Schlifke, Cynthia L ..... . . . 53, 265 Schluter, Jonathan R. .... .... 1 71, 238 Schmid, Ann .............. ....,., 2 96 Schmidt, David Sheldon .... ...,.. 2 96 Schmidt, Eric Lawrence ..., ....,.. 2 57 Schmidt. Gillian E.. , ..,.. .,.,. 7 8, 262 Schmitt, Barbara Jean , . . .......... .260 Schmitt, William H. .....,.. .... 1 29, 261, 332 Schmitz, William Edward .... ......... 2 54 Schnabel, Sharon Melissa .... .... 1 69, 248 Schnabl, Emily J, ,.,....... ...... 1 01, 256 Schnack, Timothy ......... ........ 1 31, 240 Schnadig, Eric Richard ..... ..... 8 2, 173, 260 Schnadig, lan D. ,........ ........... 2 38 Schneider, Dean J. .... ......... 2 59 Schneider, Eric ........ .... 1 01, 264 Schneider, Robert K ...... ,... 1 81, 230 Schnepper, Eric Scott. . , . ......... 243 Schnepper, Errol C.. , ..,. . , ..... , . . .296 Schnepper, Randee K. , .. ..,.,...,.. . .248 Schnepper, Staci Dee .... ..... 5 2, 107, 240 Schoch, Bradley T. ...,.... ..,... 1 51, 259 Schoch, Kari Ann ........... ..... 6 3, 246 Schoenenberger, Eugene M .... .... 1 35, 241 Schopen, Cynthia Marie ..... ....... 3 O2 Schornack, Mark ,......... ......... 2 64 Schreiber, Gordon Jay .... .,.. 1 87, 251 Schreiber, Laura S ,...... ......... 2 57 Schreiber, Lisa Mary . . . ...... 227, 236 Schreiber, Robert T. . . . .... 113, 191, 248 Schreiber, Ted ...,..............,...,... 143 Schreibman, Tamar A ...........,.., 115, 239 Schreiner, Ellen C. ......... 107, 155, 175, 239 Schreiner, Julie T ...... ........... 1 85, 257 Schriedel, Brooke A ...... ,....,..,.,... 2 64 Schroeder, Donna Kay ..... .... 1 37 296 Schroeder, John Charles ,.,. . . . 44, 296 Schuessler, Cynthia E, , . . .... 296 304 Schuessler, Jennifer L .... ...... 1 47, 237 Schuldt, Robert F. ll .,.. . ....... 115, 131, 181, 187 239 Schuller, Anne Marie ..... ............. 2 46 Schultz, Robert Timm .... .... 1 01, 191 248 Schumann, James R ..... ............. 2 96 Schumann, Paul ......... .............. 2 63 Schumann, Suzanne C. ..... 65, 109, 159 248 Schwab, Lisa ............................ 259 Schwartz, Barry Steven ..... ............. 2 63 Schwartz, Bill Scott ...... .......... 6 6 296 Schwartz, David Allen , .,.....,.,..,...... 296 Schwartz, Donald E. . ,.,., . 113, 114, 183 248 Schwartz, Karen H.. . . ,...,.,.. 62, 63 258 Schwartz, Michael R. . , . . ..,.... 191 236 Schwartz, Paula G .... ..,. 1 06, 109 250 Schwartz, Trevor ....... ........... 1 83 Schwartz, Wendy ........ ......... 2 58 Schwarz, Brian J .....,.,.,. .... 1 91 249 Schwarzbach, Laura Anne , . , . , .... , .... 265 Schwenk, Henry F. ......... ..,. 1 43, 191 253 Schwimmer, Daniel Levi .... ....... 8 7 253 Schwimmer, Elizabeth E .................. 296 Schwimmer, Jenny Ann .............. 52 262 Schy, Scot Michael ,..............,...... 296 Sciarra, Leonard C ,,.,....., 65, 101, 169 265 Scotellaro, Margaret Ann .,.,...,.,.. 107, 147, 193 239 Scott, Amy L .......,..., .... 1 07 241 Scott, Parks ......... ....... 2 65 Seabright, David W. ...... .... 1 68 296 Seabury, Mary Tamal .... ......... 2 96 Searcy, Torria D .... , . . ...,...... .260 Sears, Brad Scott ...,., ............. 2 38 Seftenberg, Amy L ..,., ...,. 5 2, 105 253 Seftenberg, Scott ..., ........ , . ,... 82 296 Segal, Carl Aaron ...........,..,.... 242 258 Segal, Christopher S. .... 59, 150, 296, 304 305 Segel, Ginger Hilary ..........., 48, 49, 51 296 Segil, Ellen ............................. 177 Segil, William Henry . . , ....... 84 296 Seidenberg, Peter B ,,,,.. .... 2 69 296 Seidman, Alexandra E. , . . ....... 242 Sekiguchi, Hirohide . , . , ..,. 173 265 Sekiguchi, Taka ,.......... ,... 1 15, 173 237 Seltzer, Peter Michael ....... ...... 1 73 261 Selvaggio, Frank Joseph .... ..... 4 4, 263 Semerdjian, Carlee, .,..... .... 1 06, 260 Sendelbach, Jonathan J. . . ......... 269 Sennott, Duncan A.. , .,.. ..,. 1 29 296 Sepa, Jeantha ......... , ....., 191 Ser er, Fred ....... ..,.., 1 73 Serif, Fredrick ...,., ......,.. 2 57 Setten, John .......... .,.....,... 2 57 Sevcik, Kimberley K ,... ...,..,.. 8 2 258 Seweloh, Julia Alise. . . . .... 1 13, 133 252 Seweloh, Karin K. ........ ....... 5 6 296 Seymour, Bruce S. ........ .,....... 2 96 Seymour, Charles Horder ,.,. ....... 2 59 Seymour, Mary J. ................... 185 248 Shade, Stephen Edward. , ....,.,..... 87, 250 Shadlen, Kenneth Charles .. .84, 141, 271, Shaffer, Jeffrey Alan , ...,......, 129, 171 297 Shanahan, Christopher J ..... . , ....,.... 297 Shang, Charlene D.. , .,... ..,. 1 11 258 Shang, Eric Karl, . , . , ., ., .... 117 254 Shanker, Wendy H ..,., . ..,..... 70, 297 Shanks, Megan M, , . , ,.., 103, 117 259 Shapiro, Ellen l. , . , . , ....... 62 297 Shapiro, Lisa Ann. , . , . , .... 63, 82, 256 Shapiro, Susan Lynn, .,.. ..... 7 O 297 Sharon Ofer .,.,.,.,.. ........ 1 43 254 Sharpe, Dennis ...... .......,....., 2 97 Shatkin, Judith S.. ..,.. ... 44, 114, 153,263 Shattuck, George P.. ,.... ....,..,., 5 2, 264 Shattuck, Jennifer Lyn .. . .,.,..,.,.,. .240 Shaughnessy, Mary C. .,.. .... 1 77 246 Shaw, Kat.hryn E ....,., ..,. 1 13, 265 il Shawkey, Jane Meredith . . . Sheehan, Timothy John , . . Shehan, Mary ,,... ..,.,.. Shekarloo, Akash. , .... . Shelby, Justin G ,.,. Shell, Michael ....,.., Shelly, Anne Greene . , . , . . Shelton, Phillip .,.,..,.,.. Shelton, Susan Anne. , . ,46 Shen, Dennis Fong ....,,. Shepherd, Amy Elizabeth , . Shepherd, Katherine M. , . . Shepherd, Stephen Martin . Shepherd, David Wayne , . . Sheridan, Adam D ,..,., . . Sherman, Andrew James . . Shennan, Bnan William . . . Sherman, David M, ...,... Sherman, Deborah Lynn .. Sherman, Jonathan Harry. . Sherman. Roger F, Jr., . , . . Sherman, Susan Terri, . , . . Shifrin, Orrin Sherwood , . . Shine, John .,,......,.,.. Shiner, Dina Jill ..,..,.,.. Shinker, William Thomas , . Shipley, John D. .....,.,. . Shkoler, Geri Lynn ...,., Sholer, Michael Paul .... Sholer, Tami Lynn ,..,., Shorr, Kathryn Lynn .... 2111173 1f67.163 .129,190 154,175 ..,67, 69, ..,..107, 175 2 ,29, , . ,.,.. 57, ,. .,..,.. 129 ,..ii1113.173 .. ....... 183 ,...,.....230 ..,.,.l07,227 if"fffi155 iQi11fff151 H..135,187 ,84 .,...227 297 297 249 259 237 257 297 297 263 297 155, 240 297 297 297 238 260 297 243 236 297 297 260 251 298 262 297 261 239 260 .254 .297 Short, Donald C. . . . . Short, Ray ..,.,.... Shuster, Ryan R., . . . , Shuster, Steve Z. . . . , Sides, Rebecca ..... Sides, Roben D ,,.., Siegal, Gretchen ..... Siegal, Jennifer ..... Siegal, Karla ........ Siegel, Brian Scott ...,. Siegel, Denise Marie . , . .,...105, 65, .,..,131, 46.65, . ,.., .53, 51,51, Siegel, Mark Aaron ...,. ......,., Sievers, Johanna E. .... ,.,.,..... . Sigel, Ellen M. ......... . . , . 44,70 Silberman, John F .......,.......... Sills, Leslie Anne ..... ,... 107, 159, Silverglade, Joshua .... .......,... Silverman, Robert T .... .....,... Silvers, Jeffrey Brent . . . Silverstein, Davita ..,.. Silverstein, Ted .,...... Silverstein, William B .... , Simm, Sherri .....,... Simmonds, Randy. . , . , Simon, Debra Lynn .,.. Simon, John Philip .... Simon, Robyn Beth .,.. Simon, Sherri Elyse, . . . Simon, Thomas .,.,.129, Simonds, Richard D. Jr ..,.. Simonds, Randall Robert , . . . , , . . . . Simpson, Catherine Anne, ..,. , . , . , E3ill ESc:l1r11itt 243 ,236 ,. ..., 113,114,250 Henry Edward Il .... . , . , .69 . . , . .254 Simpson. Susan M. . . . . .. ..., 175 297 Smith, Christopher G,. 111 250 Sims, Michelle Susan .... .,., 2 69 297 Smith Claudia M. ..., . 173 243 Singleton, Julie A. ..... . ,..,. 265 Smith, David Edward . .... 260 Siutres, John James . . . ., .,... 78 297 Smith Elizabeth Ann.. 159 262 Skiles, Thomas William ..,., ...,..,.,. 2 42 Smith, 181 236 Skilton, Thomas ...,...., ..., 2 3. 49 113 Smith, Jennifer Lynne. 133 297 114, 173 253 Smith, Kelly Allene. , . . 133 236 Sklare, Ronald R. . . , . .,.,..... 173 237 Smith, Laurie Jean, . . . 124 256 Skloil, Janet Sue ..,. ............ 44 , 253 Smith, Lucy Blanehe. . 113 247 Skora, Jenny Lynn ........ 113, 137, 185, 246 Smith, Morgan Diana . 106 250 Slack, Jeffrey Keith , . . . ............... 297 Smith, Nancy Ruth. . . . 1 16 242 Slater, Jerry William, . . . ............. 264 Smith, Paul Joseph . . . . . . . 297 Slavens, Caroline G. . . . . . . . .63, 106 248 Smith, Peter Joseph . . 271, 297 Slavin, Leslie Ann ..,.,. ..,.....,. 2 61 Smith, Robert F. ..... . ....259 S1avin,SethA..,..,.,. ,.,.,...,49,252 Smith,RossJames... 185, 241 Sloan, Gregory Thomas ..., , . , . ,66, 129 297 Smith, Sandy .,,.... ...,247 Sloan,KimberlyA,...,. ,.,...,...299 Smith,RedMiles..... 250 SIoan,Stephen C. 151 257 Smith,Tria Lynn 190, 297 Slotkin, Steven .,...... .......... 2 63 Sneider, Diana Christine ..... , . , . 264 Smaha, Bradley Stuart . , . . . . . . .130, 191 250 Sneider, Susan E. . . , ,.,.248 Small,LauraRachel..........,......44,248 SnelI,Jennifer...,.., ....297 Smart,Alison Tobey.,.,....,...,52, 105 249 Snider,CayceM. , . , . ,263 Smider, Nancy Ann ..,.,.,. 107, 154, 175 264 Snider, Jason C. ..,. . . . . . .238 Smiley, Margaret Louise , . . . . , . , . , . . . 1 13 250 Snider, Josh Cameron . . . , 271, 297 Smith, Adrienne Marie ..,......,...,..... 246 Snyder, Daniel B ..,..,., 130, 251 Smith, Allen C ....,...............,. 151 263 Snyderman, Debra ..,. . 70, 257 Smith, Ann Marie ....., 51, 53, 82, 256 264 Snydennan, Susan, . , . ..,.263 Smith,Brian,....,.. Sob1e,Michae1Ban-y,... 171, 297 Smith, Brian Patrick. . , . ,.,.,...,., 115 237 Sodikoff, Jeffrey Allen . . . . . 297, 304 Smith, Carrie Ann , .... ...,., 2 97 Sodikoff, Scott David, . , . 106, 131 Smith, Charles Hawley ..... . , . . 124 240 Sohaili, Farah ..,.... . 259 Smith, Cheryl ..,...... . , . . 297 304 Sohn, Jill Lisa. . . . . . QQff166 ... 115 ., .... 115,227 'i"4'62fi29Q257 53,131,191 .........,141 H"fiI16i ijffioi .....,a6j H. .... 114 iii.. 1Q,f1i3Q114 'ffQ1158 fi1f7o fI1I167 246 , 304 . , .......,. 259 302 253 239 238 263 , 332 . 239 297 297 238 297 263 239 297 260 302 247 262 241 254 297 250 23 8 302 297 253 INDEX 329 I 1 Soutsos, Chuck Peter ,... Spagat, Elliot H .,..,...., S a at Jeffr Alan ..,. P 9 5 GY Sparacmo, Christopher Sparacino, Frances M. Spathis, Geor e J ...., ....181, .. .... 171, P. ..,,.,., 143, 173, Spears, Joel lgaggart ...,......,.....,... Spears, Rachel B. ....., . 53, 109, 159, 229. Specht, David ..., ..,.,........, Spector, Ari E. ..., . . Speer, Sandra ....,..,. Spencer's Marshall ..... Spertus, Ellen Rae .... . Spiecker, Edward W ...,.. Spiecker, Eric E. ...,... . Spies, Stacie Robin ....... Spigelman, Nancy Ann ..,. Spilotro, Michael Ev. . . . . Spinner, Cynthia L ..., Spitek, Brian John .,... Spitz, Greg M .,.. . ..,. . Spivack, Natalie Joy ,... Spore, Gregory ..... ,.,. Sprague, Jennie Eleanor Spring, Richard C. Jr. . . . 241 298 243 243 253 298 298 243 247 298 259 ....153,240 .......52,236 262 ....134, 187, ......173, ..QfQf'13d ......61,65. ....187,298, . ..,.. f f '165 237 237 298 252 298 304 243 246 302 236 26 1 Springer, Andrew E. ,.,... . . . ..,......... 248 Squires, Catherine V. ..,....,.... 145, 175 263 Stadheim, Jennifer Leah ...., 53, 107, 116. 241 Stadheim, Kristen Anne ....,...,. 80, 107, 260 Stamatakis, Alex George ............,..... 259 Stapleton, Anne E. ..,.,. ......... 1 77 Stark, Kimberly A. ,..... ...... 3 02 Starkey, Kathleen G .,.,. .....,... 2 41 Starkman, Steve Eric .... ...... 1 90, 265 St Clair, Nicole K .....,........, 107, 115, 243 Steams, Charles Anthony ........ 165, 187, 298 Steams, Warren R. ..,...... 106, 143, 187, 238 Stecker, Mari Lyn .....................,., 252 Stefany, Stuart Craig ....... 107, 133, 238, 240 Steidlmayer, Amy J. ......,......,.....,., 247 Steiger, Michael Frank . ,.,..,...,... 129, 261 Stein, Betsy Jill ......,., ........... 2 46 Stein, Bradley Alan ..... ......... 6 9, 298 Stein, Daniel B. ........ .... 1 01, 194, 261 Stein, Edward Robert ...... 130, 191, 250 Stein, Eric J ........... .... 5 2, 258, 271, 298 Stein, Eric Lee ...... ...........,... 2 58 Stein, Mark Alan ....... ........ l 41, 262 Steinberg, Craig 1. ........ .... 1 73, 248 Steinberg. David Mark ..,., .... 2 48, 298 Steiner, Derek Stephen .... ,..., . . . .261 Steiner, Richard Neil ..., ,... 1 14, 251 Steiner, Sari Helene ..... ....,..... 1 77, 252 Steiner, Stacy Ann .,...,....,...,... 159, 241 Steiner, Susan Lynne .......,....... 159, 249 Steinke, Karen Elizabeth. . . . 132, 185, 271, 298 Stempel, Samuel Brian .............. 141, 252 Stensberg, Jon Scott .... . ......... 106, 230 Stent-Torriani Anthony ..,. . . . . 143, 238 Stent-Torriani, Richard .... . . . . 141, 261 Sterling, W. . .,......,.. ..,.,.....,... . 106 Stem, Adam K. ........................,. 298 Stem, Brandyn Evan ....,... 49, 143, 183, 247 Stem, Darcy .......... .....,.,.. 1 55, 265 Stem, Harry Sandel .... ..... . . 187, 298 Stem, Loren .......... ....... . .... 2 61 Stem, Michael .,........ ....... . ....... 2 51 Stem, Pamela Danielle ................... 298 Stem, Patricia Lynn . . . ..,.... 80, 71 298, 304 Stems, Charlie ........ ,.............. 3 05 Stetter, Tanya L .,..... .....,.....,. 2 54 Stevens, Courtney L .... . . . 106, 242 Stevens, Ruth Kathryn ...,. . . . 107, 241 Stewart, Betty M. ....... ...,... 7 0, 298 Stewart, James ........ .....,....... 2 98 Stilp, Samuel E ,....... .... 1 29 190, 262 Stineman, Nancy E. .... ............. 2 46 Stock, Aric Louis ....... .... 1 06 143, 238 Stockton, John Arthur ..... ............. 2 52 Stogin, Katherine T. .....,. ..... 6 3 185, 253 Stoken, Tiggy Deborah .... ..... 1 37, 280 Stokes, Gavin Henry ..... ......... 2 36 Stone, Amy Lyn ........ . . . 168, 257 Stone, Catherine Mary ..... .,..... 4 9, 246 Stone, Charles Dalzell . . . .... 103 105, 259 Stone, Jody Ellen ......... .......,... 2 59 Stone, Lauren Yvonne ...,. .....,....... 2 65 Stone, Laurie Ann ...... ..... 6 1, 185, 298 Stone, Valerie Anne .... ..., 1 07 137, 238 Stone, Wctoria .....,.. .... 1 55 175, 237 Stoumen, Lisa B ....,... ..... ,....... 2 9 8 Strahom, Suzanne M .... .... 1 25, 193, 298 Strain, Tasha Kathryn . . . .,.. 107, 227, 243 Stranz, Lisa ..,..,..... ..... 1 05, 44, 253 Strauss, Abby Lynn .... ..... 6 5, 109, 298 Streightitt, Scott A. .... ...,.. 2 57, 103 Stremmel, David J ....... .... 1 30, 165, 251 Stremmel, Carl W. lll .... .... 1 13, 114, 298 Strom, Carolyn A ...... ........,.. 2 98 Strube, Krsten L .,..... Stucka, Brian Reid ....... Suckennan, Mark A. .... . . Suckemian, Michelle C. . . . Suetrong, Sanjanee S.. . . . Sugarman, Diane Marie . . . Su arman, William A .... 9 Sullivan, Brian Stuart .... .......53 fIfff7bf '191' Sullivan, David Joseph .... Sullivan, Elisabeth O. . . . Sullivan, John Barry . . . . Sullivan, Madeline ..... Sullivan, Mary Usa ..... Sullivan, Mary E. ...... . Sullivan, Michael J. . . . . Sullivan, Patrick G. ..... . Sullivan, Peter William ..... Sullivan, Robert Ryan . . . Sullivan, Sean Michael ..... , ...,. . . Sullivan, Timothy J. ......... . Sun, K. .............. . Sunagel, Scott Robert. . Sundstrom, Matthew ..., 246 253 254 298 247 298 254 248 298 304 253 249 298 249 265 254 .. .,.. 254, IIfIIX5,' . ..... 173, ...,141,165, ....59, 65. .....79,29s. 11147, -106,' "IIIIf'53,' 46, IQII'1X3,A 158, 52,59,.190,' . 1. Sunkel, Margaret L . . . . ,.., . .147 175 Surman, Mary Joan .... ............. 6 3 Suster, Brad B. .,........... 69, 143 173 Suth, Andrew Blake ,.,.,... 131, 191 227 Sutherland, Ted ,.... . . ............,. . . 242 252 1 58 261 1 07 242 236 253 236 239 298 Sutphen, Bruce Fraser . . . Svingos, Daniele Susan . . Swank. Henry . . ...,.... . Swartchild, Pamela K ..., Swartz, Trevor Eli ........ ..ffi'167, ..fif133. 259 240 .65 240 264 Swenson, Steven E. ...... ...... 1 41, 254 Swerdlove, Aaron Marcus ................. 298 Swerdlove, victor J ...... . . .... 131, 229, 240 Swett, Karen M. ......... . ..... . .... 242 Swinger, Grant Thomas . . . . . .... . . .250 Switzer, James ........... ............. 2 47 Syrnons, Scott Lee. ..... .......... 1 06, 239 Szafranski, Michele M ..... 53, 113, 185, 246 Tachau, Jeremy S. ...... ... 114, 117, 183,254 Tachau, Joel B. ...,.... 69, 114, 117, 183,250 Tachdjian, Jason ........................ 250 Taich, Robert Bernard ............... 227, 243 Takayama, Wako ......... .............. 2 59 Takegawa, Masayoshi .................... 298 Takegawa, Mayumi ..... ............... . .265 Talbot, Charlie Carroll ....... 44, 141, 150, 298 Talbot, Martha J ........ ...... 1 33, 240 289 Tan, Mark Cua ....... .......... 5 2 237 Tan, Muriel Cua .... .... 5 3, 105, 251 Tanaka, Shoko .....,..... ....... 2 98, 103 Tang, Mary Yuh ........... .... 6 8, 198 304 Tang, Theodore Sheng ................... 253 Tanski, Thad L. .......... ..... 1 15, 158, 243 Taradash, Charles R. Tarr, Noelle Hayes .... ..... 1 07, 243 Tarrson, Cheryl Ann .... ...... 2 48 Tassey, Joan Beatrice ..... ........ 2 46 Tassey, William Hugh . .... . . . . . 183 298 Tatooles, Lea Marie.. ... ....56, 111 298 Tauer, Cindy Ann. .... ..... 1 15, 237 Tauer, Eric L . ....... .......... 2 57 Taxman, Stacy Lynn .... ...... 6 1, 193 298 Taylor, Ann Kathryn ..... ..... 1 37, 185, 257 Taylor, Bradley ......... .............. 2 98 Taylor, Buck M ........... ..... 1 24, 227, 239 Taylor, Catherine Anne , . . . ....... 106, 249 Taylor, Daniel D. ......... ..... 1 71, 238 Taylor, Darren Daniel ..... ........ 2 41 Taylor, Duffy ........... ..... 1 43, 238 Taylor, Lili Anne .......... ............ 2 49 Taylor, Matthew McCoy .......... 143, 165, 251 Taylor, Wynne Alexandria ................. 298 Teinowitz, William H .... .... . .... 1 41, 298, 304 Telford, Andrew Peter . .... ............ 2 98 Telford, Stephen John .... .... 6 5, 158, 253 Templeton, Erin E. ...................... 251 Teneick, Matthew Edwin .................. 248 Tennerstedt, Elizabeth D .................. 251 Terao-Witt, Hiroshi .......... 49, 141, 193, 298 Terbeek. Todd E. ........................ 252 Terrnan, Eric William ....... 49, 135, 187, 248 Terzian, Haroutioun .... . .... . ......... .247 Tetzlaff, Michael K. ........ . .... . ..... . . .298 Tetzlaff, Peter Kenneth .......... 1 15, 131, 243 Thalman, Joseph Bemard ....... 141, 183, 248 Thalman, Martha J ......... ......,..... 2 58 Thalmann, Anne C ........ ...... 5 2, 106, 265 Theis, Jeffrey Steven ..................... 231 Thelaner, Kerry Sykora ................... 262 Thesing, Mary Elizabeth .... 137, 271, 298, 304 Thesin , Thomas M .... .................. 2 47 Thier, Cindy D ........................... 238 Thigpen, Kelty Elizabeth ............. 106, 253 Thomas, David .......................... 258 Thomas, Evan Thurston ..... 65, 158, 300, 304 Thomas James Willard .............,..... 300 Thomas John Joseph ..... ......... 1 68, 300 Thomas, Lindy Dale Jr. ................... 258 Thomas, Margaret Lynn ...... 78, 87, 117, 256 Thomas, Paul M .......... . . ............ 300 Thomas, Paul Scott. ...... ............ 2 62 '1'homas, Peter Charles ..... .... . 158, 238 Thompson, Dale Buford .... .... 6 9, 252 Thompson, Elizabeth C ..... .... . .258 Thompson, Jane Barclay ................. 300 Thompson, Kaia Wilma .................. 269 Thomt.on, Joseph W. ........ 94, 114, 300, 304 Thorp, Joseph Gregson .................. 247 Ticho, Simon R ........... ...... 4 9, 300, 304 Tiegler, Matthew Donald .... ..... 1 30, 249 Tlley, Chris C. ........... ........ 3 00 Tim, Jeff . ............. .......... 1 31 Timm, Matthew ........ ....... 1 87, 257 Tmcu, Susan Renee .... .............. 2 61 Tindall, Jill ............. ..... 1 25, 175, 300 Ting, Bennett L W ........ .............. 2 48 'lTngle, William David ..... ..... 1 31, 181, 242 'lippet Andrew D ....... ............ 2 51 'ITps, David Speakman .... ..... 1 43, 238 Tips, Stephen Bradley ..... ..... 1 29, 259 Tkalcevic, lnge Ana ....... ..... 2 62, 300 Todd, Patricia Anne ..... ..... . 70, 259 Toft, Christopher P ...... ..... 1 11, 247 Toll, Matt M ............ ..... 1 15, 261 Tomes, Julia Hall ......... .... . ....... 2 42 Tompkins, Joan Marie .... ..... 5 3, 67, 300 Tomory, Mark Csaba .... . . ..... 44, 86, 265 Torres, Michelle Yvonne .................. 248 Tourville, Annemarie ...... ..... 1 00, 101, 252 Tower, Eric ............... .... . ........ 8 7 Townsley, James Charles ................. 300 Townsley, William R ...................... 251 Tozer, Jennifer D. ........ 51, 53, 133, 185, 254 Tracy, Steven ........................... 236 Traeger, Glen Alan .... ................. 2 51 Trakas, Maria ...... .......... 1 13, 249 Traub, David S. ...... ............ 2 27, 236 Trent Julie Ann ........... 115, 155, 175, 243 Trent. Richard Steven ............ 82, 1 13, 262 Trickey, Susan Jackson ............. 106, 246 Trieschmann, Amy L ..... ..... 60 , 65, 103 111, 300 Trieschmann, Kathleen A ....... 145, 260, 189 T1'ippe, Pamela C. .............. 159, 185, 241 Trob, April Ariana ..... ....... 2 69, 300 Trott, Alan E. ...... ......... 1 41,251 Trott. David E. ..... 141,271,300 Trotter, Thomas Scott. . . . Trowbridge, Jennier A . . . Trowbridge, Kristin Anne ........ True, James P ..... ........ 1 03, True, Madeline Casaro . . . True, Preston S ........ Truger, Darcy M. .... . Truong, Wnh B ....... Tmong, Diep ......... Trux, Wrginia Jean ..... Tsao, Hsu-Lin ......... Tsao, Nai-Kang . . ...... . Tschaikowsky, Oxanna .... . . . . Tschudy, Teresa Anne . . . Tshilds, Amalea M. .... . Tuchman, Eric Peter ..... Tucker, Seth A. ......... . Tuckman, Earl Scott ..... Tulloss, Mark ............. . Tung, Edward Hak Kin . . . Turk, Benjamin E ........ Turk, Gregory A. ...... . Turner, Claire Stacey ..... Tumer, Douglass M .... Turner, John Brennan .... Tuveson, Tracie T. .... . Tyrrell, Juliann . ...... .... 1 07, 15 Tzur, Elana ...... U Udany, Robin Elaine . . . Udell, Edye Carol. .... . Utland, Anthony C. ...... . Utland, Peter Joshua ....... Uhlemann, Laura Leigh .... Uhm, Andrew Myungho .... Uhm, Karlton ........... Ulvert, Marcel ......... Unferth, Debby Ann ...... Unno, Enko .............. . Upchurch, John Thomas ..... ..... Upchurch, Stephem ................ Urban, Carolyn L ....... .... . . . . . Uretz, Kerri Jill ........ .... 7 8, 87, Uriell, Mary Patricia .... Ury, Scott Howard . . . . V Vaisrub, Daniel Abraham . . . Valakas, George A. .......... . Vanbenschoten, Robt. WM.. . . . VanCleave, James ......... ..... Vandenbosch, Julie Ann .... ....... Vanderbosch, Michael . . . . Vandegraaff, Janet K. ........... 103 Vanderhorst, Laurence A ......... Vandeveld, Christine E ........... Vandeveld, Peter Todd . .... 105, Vandewalle, Scott R. . . . Vanes, Dean M. ..... . Vanotta, Sysp ........ Vanover, John ......... VanPelt, Cathy H ......... Vanvlack, Philip A. N ..... Vanvlierbergen, Noelle .... Varouxakis, Mark Evan . . . Vasilatos, Jerry A. ..... . Vaselopulos,Leah B. . . . Vecchio, lvan .......... Veltman, Jeffrey Craig .... Venturini, Susan E. .... . . Verdonck, Robert M .... Vergne, Valerie ....... Vido, David Albert .... Viglietti, Cynthia L ..... Wie, Melissa Lynn ............... Vitikainen, Lisa Anne ............ Vlttum, Daniel Weeks lll .... 130, Vogel, Christine Therese .... 107, Vogel, David Anthony ........... Vogel. Henry M ........ Vogel, Kurt Thomas . . . Vogelsgang, Hugo .... Vogelsgang, Glen ..... Volkert, Carolyn K ...... Volkert, Christopher ............. Volkrnann, Peter Benson ........ Vonmolnar, Anina ....... Voseller, Jeffrey David .... Vosseller, Lisa Ann ..... W Wackerle, Ruth Marie . . . . ....61 Waco, Renee. ............. . . . . WagenbergoMarcy Sara .... .... Wagener, nald Henry .... .... Wagner, Patricia Ann ..... Wagner, William G . .. wagner, William J5sephf i f f Waid, Elizabeth A ........ Wainer, Robert Mike . . . Waite, Norman ....... Walder, Joyce Beth ..... Waldman, Elaine Julie . . . Waldman, Valerie R. .... ..ff'-is' Walk, Mana ............. Walker, Dina Lynn . . . . . Walker, Scott McMurray Walker, Scott Nelson ..... Wallace, Anthony ....... Wallace, Kelly ........ Wallach, David T .... . . Wallach, Mary C. . . . Wallen, Caroline .... Waller, Cynthia ..... ....46, 183 300,304 114258 .... .237 105111261 .... .265 143191,251 .70,272 .. ..... 300 .. .47,300 .. ..... 236 300,304 .62,300 175 271,300 .52107236 114193,264 106158238 .53,239 . .... 265 .....250 .. ..... 236 197,262 115,240 .65158,253 101,263 . .... 250 4,271,300 ...158,237 ....61,249 ....78,263 .......241 ...107,241 243,158 107,159,241 106,253 .62,261 .......130,250 ......247 ........248 164,300 . .... 264 129,300 ,300,304 .........25O ....177,300 111,258,103 .........257 ....171 258 ...141,247 ....133,300 .........243 131,183,236 .........265 111,300,103 .67,173,300 106,191,236 107,175,243 .........262 .........238 107,115,240 105,193,250 ..46,84,300 151,181,252 227,237,189 .....49,263 .....49,252 ....143,191 .52,259,238 .........251 .........259 143,191,236 .........246 ..,......251 . .... 269 103,259 .....249 .. 101,300 70190,300 106,251 .. 152,242 ......239 ...191,238 ...130,252 ........261 53,228,242 ,49,300,304 46,261,300 ......261 124,181,260 .106,239 .....165,265 ...117,257 193,300 ....300 Walsh, Ann Therese ........ 53, 106, 109 Walsh, Chris Daniel ........ 113, 114, 181 Walsh, Christopher ...................... Walsh, Daniel Gorton ....... 84, 129, 190 Walsh, Timothy Gerard. . . . . 105, 11 1, 265 Walstad, J. Charles ....... Walstad, Patricia ....... Walter, Kwaan ........... Walters, Bruce Joseph .... Walters, Juliet L. ......... . Walters, Matthew Howel . . . Walther, Kirsten E.. ..... . . 4:ij:iji:i'l407 ....II'1'73 131'1'81' Walzer, Steven Laurence ................. Wanger, Anthony Lawrence .......... 183 Wanger, Debra Jane . ........... 107, 232 Wanger, Leonard Ralph . . . Wanland, Bobbi Jo . .... . . 125 Ward, Amy ............ 53, 106, , Ward, Christine V. ....... . Ward, Robert Emmet ..... Ward, Roger Paul ....... . Ware, Kathleen Judith .... Wamer, Jon W. ...... . Wamer, Robert C. ...... . Wamke, Erin Melissa ...... Warshauer, Douglas Ross. . Wasser, Marc David ....... Wasserman, Jack David .... Wasserman, Jay Robert .... Wasserman, Stuart Louis .... Wassong, Stacy .......... Walterman, Holly ...... Waterstradt, Heidi L. . . . Watkinson, Ann ....... Watson, Andrew D ....... Watson, James John ...... Watson, Elizabeth Marie . . . Watson, Jill Lizabeth ..... Watson, Scott Erik. . . . . Watt, Rodney R ...... Watt, Roxanne Rae ..... Watts, Catherine A. . . . . Waxman, Michael ...... Weakley, Petra K ......... .......65,159 H':1i:82,30l fiffI129,'13d '1Iff.1'f57 ....l24 QQI1165 ..QQ'1'77 .....47 .......m .59 141 165 ff f1'137,'175, 301 304 163 .87 141 .107 117 173 .106 Weakley, Taylor C ............... , 191 Weatherhead, Bruce R ..... Weatherhead, James D .... Webber, Reid Wallace .... Webber, Scott Charles .... Weber, Kendall L ........ Weber, Laurie Wynne .... Weber, Michael Stephen. . . 12:1 .87 .191 ,193 130 . ....... 53 . ......... Weber, Patricia Ann. ......... 56, 65. Webster, Mark Alawn ..... Weddle, Elizabeth Ann ..... Weed, Jennifer Robin ........ ........ Wegner, Elizabet.h Mary ....... ..... 7 0 Wegner, Rebecca Margaret .... . .... 70 Wehrli, Peter R. .............. . . . . . . Weigand, Peter J. ......... . Weil, Thomas Matthew ..... ....... Weinberg, David C ....... Weinberg, David Scott .......... 135, Weinberg, Gregory H ..... .....152, 187 Weinberg, Julie Ilene ....... ........... 103 Weinberg, Kathryne Ann ...... ...... Weinber er, 'Beth I. . ....... .... 6 1, 271 Weiner, Came E ......... Weiner, Christopher P. .... . Weiner, Gregroy Egon ..... Weiner, Jamie H ......... Weiner, Joel S ......... Weiner, Joel Scott . .... ........ Weiner, Lynn Faith ..... .... 1 06 Weiner, Michael K. ....... ......... . Weingartem, William A. ..... .......... . Weininger, Joshua A. .... 158 Weinsheimer, William C. .... . .....136, 82,113,114 271 Weinstein, Audrey E ........ . ..... . Weinstein, Claudia Jean .... Weinstein, Cynthia Kaye .... Weinstein, Debra Lynn ..... ........... Weinstein, Erica Sue .................... Weinstein, Katherine E. .......... 107, 227 Weinstein, Margaret E. . . . ..... 111, 271 Weinstein, Mark E. ..... ....... 1 73 Weinstein, Stephanie ..... .......... Weisberg, Darren Lance .... .......... Weiser, Martin Ross ...... .... 44 , 271 Weismehl, Daniel S. . . . .... 46, 47 Weiss, Daniel J ...... Weiss, Deborah ....... Weiss, Eric Ross. ........ Weissbluth, Elliot .......... Weissman, Brandi Joy ..... ....44,181 ....44,65, ....49, 65, ......107 Weissman, Howard Alan .... ........... Weith, James D.. .... . . . . Welch, Edward S. ....... . QIIfI113Q'153 Wendorf, Scot ............. ........... Wendt, Trevor Frederick ...... .......... 1 7 7 Wente, Carol Suzanne ...... Wente, Carrie ElLse ...... Wentz, Tiffany Alison ..... Wemer, Richard Jay ..... Wemer, Ruth Joy ...... Wemer, Steve P. ........ . .....106,159 "1fff136 Weith, Chris Robert ........,........ 191 Weitz, Brenden Collins .............. 131 Weitz, Julie .................... West, Jamieson Anna ..... . 107, , West, Susan L . ...... . Westerhold, Wendy A .... Westem, Sara Renee ..... Westrnacott Britt Marie ..... ....... Westmacotft, lan C. ................. . Whelan, Chad Thomas .......... 113, 114, Whirdle, William , ....... . Whisler, Katha1'ine J .... Whitaker, Clare ...... Whitaker, David ....... Whitaker, Sarah P ...... White, Allison Kay ....... White, Christian Brooks . . . . White, Christine M. ...... . White, Margaret E ...... 133175 133 ......53,107 ......111 111 115 . ...... .94 ......105 ....53, 100 .......53 ....65, 125 263, , 257 251 248 300 103 300 241 1 17 , 258 .240 238 238 .258 , 243 , 240 , 300 .247 , 240 , 300 238 304 263 261 .263 301 252 30 1 238 242 259 30 1 30 1 259 30 1 1 4 1 248 177, 305 252 257 24 1 24 1 265 25 1 259 237 262 242 30 1 247 30 1 30 1 252 1 89 30 1 264 258 30 1 30 1 236 265 30 1 243 23 7 242 26 1 30 1 30 1 23 7 265 239 236 302 247 240 30 1 30 1 1 9 1 258 30 1 30 1 237 254 254 236 30 1 247 24 1 247 30 1 264 242 262 30 1 252 240 30 1 248 254 254 250 259 240 253 30 1 239 248 240 242 260 239 248 24 1 301 259 239 26 1 1 0 1 25 1 250 260 239 254 301 256 1 89 INDEX 331 White, Maria . , . . . White, Mark ...,...,.... White, Robert William ..... White, Suzan R. . ..,.. . . Whitin Cla onE III g, yt . ..,. . Whittingham, Paige A. .,,. . Whittemore, Gioia A, .... . . Wick, Cynthia Anne .,..,.... . , . Wieland, James Michael ...., ..,.,... Wiggins, Elizabeth Ann , ..,.,.,,...,. 105 Wiley, Anne Austen ...,..,....,. . Wilfong, Sara Elizabeth ,,.,... . . . Will, Christine M. , . . , , . 159 Will, Craig G.. ...,,..,.,... 115, 131 125 Will, Wendelin Francis. . .53, 113 Williams, Aileen M., . . . . Williams. Clayton W. . . . Williams, Edward H. ....,....,.. . Williams, Hanson L. ...,..,. 131, Williams, Kristin Maria .,..,.,.,... 49 Williams, Peter Hereley . Williams, Sarah Mason . . Williams, Thomas A ......, Williamson, James H. Ill ..,...,.. William, Michael B. , ..,. ,. Willis, Chanda ........,. Willis, David ..... Willis, John C.. . . . Wilmer, Amy E ......, Wilneff, Susan Lynn. . . Wilson, David C. ..... . Wilson, Jennifer L.. . . . Wilson, John Wilson, Katie A. ,..,.. Wilson, Peter Robert . . . . Wilson, Rainn ...,..,... Winchester, Dora J.. , . , . Winner, Lisa Beth ...,. Winter, Bob M ...... Winter, John K. . .... , Winter, Michelle . ....,. . Wintemitz, Charles Jay ..,. Wirpel, William L. ...... . Wirtz, John Walter .... Buesch: Coquemonche: Epstein: Hoffman: Kramer: Kuhs: Leopold: Lipman: Millin: Mizener: ....53,61,87 125 256 ....... 262 ....173 250 ....175 301 . ......... 260 .....69,106,261 .,.,.......30l .65,68,258 262 ,248 ,.. .53,263 107,155,241 115,155, ,175,239 ,1B7,236 , ,185,263 . ..,....,.,.. 254,189 ....H,..116,1B7,239 ... .... .248 153,181,237 ,106,247 ..,.H.......1O1,237 ,.....82 264 .......... 263 .65,158,248 H..149,247,248 ........,. 248 ......129 258 H..131,23O,238 ......106,246 .,..269,30l U....H 263 , .....,... 247 U.,.53,1O7 185 229 243 H..131,187 242 ....,.113,265 ....103,257 .....46,263 ....190 259 ......., 250 ,...107 236 .......... 301 ........101 301 . ..,. 65,158 247 Wischner, John . , . . Wise, Betsy J .,.., Wise, Lynne N ,..... Witcoff, Julie Beth ..., Witt, Robin Lynette ,..,.. Witt, Thomas Michael . . . Wittleder, Peter William. . Wobbekind, Susan laura Wold, Eric Richard ...... Wold, Mark Thomas .... Wolf, Anne Elizabeth .... Wolf, Leslie Joy , ..,... . Wolf, Robert V .....,. . . . Wolfe, Cathleen Anne . . . Wolfe, Lisa A ...,..... . . Wolfe, Theresa Claire . , . Wolff, Adam Matthew . . . Wolff, Andrew Harris ,.,. Wolff, David Alan ...,. Wolff, Frank J. Wolff, Jennifer Gail .,.,, Wolff, Jennifer Lynn ,.,. Wolfmark, Mara Lee ,.., Wolin, Daniel Lawrence , Wolin, David Adam . ,.,. Wollan, Eric Ernest . . . , . Woloshin, Debra Ann . . . Wolter, Michael C .....,. Wolter, James A .,...... Wolter, Sheana Caroline, Womack, Rory Scott .... Won, Chang Wu ......., Won, Sung Yun ...... Wong, Alan ..,.....,. Wong, Bowen, ,...... . . Wood, Charlotte W ....., Wood, Jeffrey Bryan .,.. Wood, Margaret H. ..... . Wood, William Benjamin .... 143, .44, 133, 133,175, ..53,B4 .....47 .,..183 .,.,115 . ,.,. 53 ...,135 105,111 ....301 .83,301 ..,.117 135,153 ..,.171 145, 253, ,.i.'131' 143 1521173 168 168,193 fIQI301' QQ1271 Woodruff, James Michael ,.,., , ..... , . , 1 15 Worlc Kristen Ann , ..,. . Works, Jane ..,..,..,.. Wren, Michele Marie . , . . Wright, Jeffrey Bernard. . Wright, Richard ...,..,.. Wright, William Patrick . . i1::1:i153l41'1.6 ..,.,., 301 243 257 263 264 249 301 239 239 252 240 301 189 304 243 249 301 , 243 , 242 253 301 106 252 263 238 241 301 261 301 262 301 301 304 301 248 252 301 301 251 301 240 240 242 304 248 250 Wunder, Amy R,. ,... Wussler, Jeanne M. ..., Y Yaffe, Lynn Margo ...., Yale, Thomas S. .,..,.. Yale, Martha Chadwick . Yamada, Keith H .... , , . Yao, Katharine Anne . . . Yap, Eric ......,.. Yap, Renee M. ...,.. . Yasenak, John C ,,.,. Yaskot, Eric John ,.,. Yasui, Kiyomi ..... Yasui, Miki ..,..... Yem, Richard ....,.. Yentis, Adam Lewis ,.., Yensan, Debbie ...,. Ying, Daniel B ...,. Ying, Phillip .....,.,, Ying, Timothy Paul ..... Yolles, Joseph John . . . Yolles, Robert ..,.,.. Yonan, Melissa ..., Young, Charlie D,. . . . Young, James M ....... Yowell, Helen E, ....... ....65 115, 145.193, ...,.135, 187, . ,.,..,.. 107, 193, 232, .......230, .........,44 .....141,1a7 ...,.47,52 .Q106 .,If6a,302 131, 152, ....,.,..,65,106 Yurasek. Andrew Branch ...... . ,,., .... Yuraselc Mara. ,.,......... ,,,.... Yurasek. Michele , .... . Z Zaban, Leonard Alan. . , Zaban, Sharon S ...,.., Zabel, Robert P ...... Zagon, Glenn A ...... Zanarini, Arni'C ......,, Zanarini, Catherine S. . . Zannis, Mary .......... 301 237 240 239 257 241 147, 236 238 301 254 262 246 302 243 241 254 248 236 304 262 262 1 15 240 237 249 238 246 ....302 ,....137, 229, 253 .......175,258 ., .......,. 107,236 .....52, 103, 105, 265 Zbaraz, Michelle lvy ...., Zechman, Stuart Douglas ..,., Zeddies, John L. ....... , Zeh, Carolyn Ann, ..,.. . Zehner, Tom John ..,.. Zeidman, Marc Alan . . . Zeitlin, Elizabeth R. .... . Zelden, Renee Debra .... Zelkin, Scott Austin ,..., Zeller, Michael Thomas. . Zibart, Katherine E. .,., . Zibble, Billy Robert ..,.. Zibble, Dina Ann , ..... , Zibble, Jennifer Sue. , . . , Zielinski, Richard Felix. . . Zielinski, Tresa Eleanor. . Zimberoff, Bari E. ....,. . Zimberoff, Jami Lynn , . . Zimmerman, Kristen L.. . Zimmerman, Julie M .... Zimmermann, Chris . . . Zimmerman, Tracy .... Zion, Daniel Aaron ....., Zion, Jonathan Jacob . . , Zisook, Rochelle .,..... Zito, David Anthony ..... Zito, Karen Marie ......, Zogg, Gregory Paul .... Zoghlin, Malia Beth .... Zoghlin, Ryan C. .... . Zoll, Kenneth .... , . , Zolla. William Allan .,.. Zreczny, Alan Isaac ..... Zucker, Neal ........... Zuckemwan, Joan Leslie . Zuckerman, Linda Ann . . Zummer, Anthony Craig . Zummer, Juliann F. .... . Zussman, Laura Lynn. .. Zussman, Marc A, , . , . . Zweiback, Sharon. , . , . . Zweig, Esther ......, Zweig, Chava .... , I .... lfI135Q 106 113 .52 .84 130 106 131 65. 158, 109, ,.H 269 114,261 .... 302 ....H 236 ,78,250 ..H 262 ,.,.246 ....269 181,242 187,247 103,302 ..H 302 107,240 ..H 302 ....U 263 ..U 240 175,240 ,..H 302 .,..,237 106 302 191,238 177 302 ..,..148 .....302 109,249 114 254 115,241 302,304 256,260 173,250 115,236 181,238 .....248 ....,260 .61,302 .....241 113,135 187,251 159,302 185,302 .,.,,250 .....246 .,..,264 .....246 Photo Credits 201, 205, 206, 207, 214. 1, 11 BR, 20 BR, 20 CL, 21 T, 24 BR, 25 TR. 19 CR. 6, BL, 18 BL. 12 TL, 208, 211, 215, 216, 2 TR, 6 BR, 7 TR, 10 BR, 13 BL, 16, 17, 75 BL, 121 R, 200, 245, 323 BR. 24 CL, 26 TR, 27 TL. 2 TL, 15 BL, 27 BR, 196, 197, 203, 218. 20 TR, 21 BL, 25 BL, 209. 2 BL, 2 BR, 4, 5, 7 BR, 7 C, 12 CR, 12 TR, 13 T, PHOTOGRAPHERS Bodom ww: Kramer, Kuhs, Millin, Leopold, Hoff- man. Second: Epstein, Clarke, Mizen- er, Smith. Third: Lipman, Grossman, Ryden, Schmitt 332 INDEX Riblet: Ryden: Smith: 13 CL, 14, 15 TL, 15 BR, 16, 17, 19 TL, 22, , 25 BR, 26 B, 27 BL, 27 CR, 28 TR, 30!31, 32, 33 R, 72!73, 74, 88!89, 90, 118!119, 120, 121 L, 194!195, 220!221, 222, 244, 255, 270, 275, 279, 283, 287, 291, 295, 299, 303, 312, 313 TR. 33 L. 23 6TC, 7 TL, 10T, 11 TL, 18 BR, 19 TR, 19 BL, 29 B, 91. 75 BR, 213. BR I bottom right, etc. Min ,cf K RALPH BERKEMEIER Ralph Berkemeier, Supervisor of the New Trier High Schools Maintenance Staff. Since he became a part of this school community in 1951 , this master mechanic committed himself skillfully to serving New Trier with efficiency, alacrity, and ingenuity. His warmth, cheerfulness and conviviality were al- ways evident. Ralph's diligent perfor- mance of his duties and his courage in the face of grave illness have been an inspiration to all who were fortunate enough to know him. His death in Jan- uary has been deeply felt by his col- leagues and friends at New Trier. ln Memoriam IN MEMORIAM 333 Editor's Note As TREVlA's thirteen-month year draws to a close, l would like to take this opportunity to express my thanks to all of the people who made TREVIA 1983 possible: Morris Ferensen and Hunter Publishing Companyg Steve Breitberg and Sanford Studiosg Lee Kennicke for supplying both the negatives and the prints of several group shotsg Evan Thomas for the artwork in Student Lifeg Betty Cannon, Peter Skalski and the staff at Phototronicsg mem- bers of the faculty who helped with the unique Faculty section of this yearbookg and the sponsors and coaches who provided accurate information for the stories. The greatest contributions, however, were made by TREVlA's four sponsors, Mr. David Cur- rie, Miss Deborah Johnson, Mrs. Charlotte Huggins, and Ms. Roberta Trocky, the TREVIA staff, and, especially, the editors of TREVIA 1983. I 334 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Elizabeth Janoski Editor-in-Chief TREVIA 1983 Autographs AUTOGRAPHS 335 Autographs


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