Niles Township High School East - Reflections Yearbook (Skokie, IL)

 - Class of 1961

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REFLECTIONS 1961 NILES TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL SKOKIE, ILLINOIS VOLUME XXV There are in life two things, Vision and memory — Memory which is random, And vision which is a binding force. It is this second with which we are concerned. We have tried by the use of time to imitate the structure of thought, And by this imitation to reproduce its quality. TABLE OF CONTENTS ACADEMIC_ 16 ACTIVITIES _ 34 ATHLETICS _ 70 SPECIAL EVENTS_ 104 PORTRAITS_118 FACULTY 204 from a year. A year is a vague, misty thing; When it is not thought of, It is as though it never existed. Yet upon concentration, Some large event looms forth, Sets it off, and then it is this year And not any other. Suddenly some small excitement Trips across the mind, and Out of the darkness flows a stream Of old emotions. Something happens again, And all the long dead images of mind reawaken, And are lighted one by one. 5 to a month . . December, crystals glittering in the light Of past memories, Of skating in the night. Laughter, and the smoke of icy breath. December, burning heat, The Hiss of logs, The glowing depths of fire. December, white against the background Of the night, Crystal patterns, and tonight, The moon, a silver river in the snow. 11 to a week The year is sparkled with the Scatterings of our ambitions, With the projects of our time, With the parties, the dances, and the plays. Some weeks are the essence of activity; Others are remote and quiescent. Of the former, the most hectic And gratifying Is Homecoming, with its memories of Last minute preparations, the parade, the game, And the dance. There is no history of small events No day on which one saw the rainbow No date for the first time you felt lost. Even " events” have no specific time, Yet they are the very heart of experience. They are the joy of our memories, The reoccuring images That silently influence our minds And flavor our very existence. Of the days of the year, And of the small things of memory, Graduation is the most complete. It is the culmination and the binding of ragged edges The end, the first day, the recollected fear, The crowds, the heat, and the long walk With its uncertain steps — The joy of memories of years past. Composition student, Craig Stevens, sug¬ gests this syllogism: All composition stu¬ dents who make mistakes are poppingooves. Irene Karpman, a composition student, has made a mistake. Therefore, Irene is a poppingoof. A modern ordtor, Pat McAvoy, explains the fundamentals of public speaking to attentive classmates. 18 etiglish excellence proves exception. rather than rule How often it has been said that verbal communication is the greatest deficiency of modern America. The English program at Niles, however, seems to present at least one outright contradiction to the rule. Having concluded three required years of English and en¬ couraged to elect a fourth, the student has mastered the rudiments of grammar, has built a basic vocabulary, and has been introduced to the fundamental literary achievements. Those students who have partici¬ pated in the advanced program of studies, having chosen such courses as Composition, American Ideas, and Honors Reading, have gained not only the knowledge which accompanies extensive work, but also the literary appreciation coming through analysis and practical ex¬ perience. Upon graduation, the Nilehi student goes forth adequately prepared to enter the adult world as a well-informed, self-expressive individual. " Alas poor Yorick, I knew him well . . . ' English literature Hamlet (Marcia Wiktor), diggers Willard Eames and Noel Uzemack turbed. Books, books, and more books, provide an interesting and entertaining evening for an American Ideas seminar. Making supply meet demand proves no problem for Economics student. Bob Nieder. social sciences promote interests through variety Just as the natural sciences interpret the phy¬ sical world, so the social sciences are essential in understanding the complexities of the human ele¬ ments which inhabit this planet. At Niles, students are afforded the opportunity of developing a men¬ tal attitude critical of the world situation through active participation in such courses as: Freshman Social Studies, World History, United States His¬ tory, and Senior Social Studies. Preferring to fur¬ ther cultivate personal aptitudes, an individual may wish to elect Sociology, Latin American His¬ tory, or Economics. For the industrious student there are the two honors courses, advanced World His¬ tory and advanced placement American History, the latter of which may reward the deserving stu¬ dent with college credit. Such course diversity al¬ lows specialization and assures intelligent and re¬ sponsible adults. 20 Controversy, the spice of discussion, enlivens an advanced World History panel discussion. Included are Judi Elias, Susan Nixon, Julie Codell, and Fran Weinman. With nothing but a podium as a comfort, Denise Goss lectures to her advanced place¬ ment American History class. Neither the maze of equipment nor the complexity of the experiment seems to dismay chemistry students, Nancy Nelson and Steve Kreiniclc. 22 science courses derive formula for progress In a world so resigned to the theory of material progress, scientific advancement has become the stepping stone to supremacy. At Niles, the budding scientist may plot his future course by choosing from innumerable and diverse offer¬ ings. Whatever the course may be, each is formulated to give specific knowledge in one of the major areas, while acquainting tne student with the scientific process of reasoning. The tal¬ ented individual, for instance, may go beyond conventional studies—General Science, Biology, Physics, and Chemistry— and pursue advanced courses or elect such others as Phy¬ siology, Psychology, Botany, or Zoology. Extensive laboratory experimentation and the traditional lecture combine to amplify personal studies and thus furnish a springboard to vocation or avocation. Myriads of microscopic organisms glide across the slide as the combined efforts of Biology stu¬ dents, Pete Zaphirio and Maureen Freres, graphi¬ cally reproduce the images. Simple equipment produces extraordinary results as Physics students Gary Tennison, Larry Haller, and Don Leaf, plot acceleration. 23 Studying cones, Algebra students, Liz Kramer and Penny Brown, seem to agree that a model is worth a thousand words. specialized programs plus individual effort equal strong future Acceleration is the keynote of the Niles mathematics de¬ partment under whose guidance and supervision young mathe¬ maticians must, and will, learn to meet the challenge of tomor¬ row. Participation in the regular program, consisting of Alge¬ bra, Geometry, and Trigonometry, enables the student master fundamentals, while developing a logical reasoning process. For those whose natural inclination is mathematics, there is the advanced program which includes first and second year Algebra on the freshman level, Plane and Solid Geometry dur¬ ing the sophomore year, college Algebra and Trigonometry in the junior year, and Analytical Geometry and Calculus for senior-year studies. In this manner, both student and coun¬ try benefit, the former acquiring a firm foundation for higher education, the latter gaining continued security. Math Analysis students, Lee Bromberg, Ronald Wolfstyn, and James Chang, prove that three intellects are better than one when con¬ structing ellipsoids. 24 Eager minds inquire, while reason dic¬ tates, as advanced Geometry students solve complex problems. Jim Boosales assists Greer Kosdon in diagramming a unit circle for aid in the study of Trigonometry. Thoughts of a gay fiesta and the surprise in the pinata bring fond memories and fresh smiles for Spanish students, Carole Nachman, Darlene Woywot, and Bruce Miller. The foreign language department of Niles at¬ tempts to promote international cooperation by combining the study of foreign languages with the understanding of various cultures and customs of the country. As an aid in these studies, Niles has installed a language laboratory — the most modern technique in language instruction — which, equip¬ ped with soundproof booths, earphones, micro¬ phones, and tape recorders, carries daily lessons and special readings to French, German, Russian, and Spanish students. Such practice, when inte¬ grated with classroom work, enables the aspiring linguist to become more proficient in the oral-aural aspects of a language sooner than is possible under traditional teaching methods. " Quo usque tandem abutere, Catilina . . thunders a modern Cicero, Larry Dallia, while senatores, Joe Kre- mer and Judy Sheldon, glare at the malefactor, Larry Lissner. 26 Judy Kamps. Janice Kamps, Bruce Patis and Jeff Man- fell find the tape recorder a valuable asset in language study. new laboratory aids in language proficiency A quiet room, a mind deep in concen¬ tration, seem to mirror the hopes of Russian students for peaceful coexistence. Business conditions test the knowledge of Clerical Practices student, Rosalie Barbera. business education courses As business volumes increase, the demand for quali¬ fied secretaries and executives rises proportionately. Recognizing this, the business education department of Niles has attempted to utilize only those courses and that material which can, and does, give an adequate insight into the professional world. Whether it be Advertising or Salesmanship, Business Law or Bookkeeping, Clerical Practices or Typing, the student is assured the oppor¬ tunity to become proficient in that phase of business activity which is appealing and, at the same time, suited to his vocational preferences. Dennis Manzardo and Roberta Meadows study the magic of modern advertising. Viewing one of the many journal forms, Bookkeeping students confirm the old adage that " seeing is believing " . preview professional world Coordination and concentration spell accuracy for Typing students. 29 home and industrial arts courses ‘build” for future Barbara Paus exhibits the miracles tha+ Home Arts Lab students can work with a couple eggs, a little flour, and a cup of milk. Providing many and varied courses, while affording a basic foundation for adult life, is the task of the Industrial and Home Arts program at Niles. Homemakers of tomor¬ row display both an appreciation and comprehension of the " art " of gracious living after having completed such courses as Clothing, Home Management, Foods, and Home Furnishings. In a like manner, the industrial courses — the shops — prove indispensible to that portion of the male population which is attracted to a technical or mechanical education. Irregardless of vocational interest, skills gained through these courses become- future assets. Woods students, Bob Heller and Mike Edwards, find patience and a strong arm prerequisites for work on the lathe. culture courses enhance aesthetic appreciatio The fine arts department of Niles, including art, drama, and music, endeavors to impart the knowl¬ edge, the spirit, the very essence of creativity to its young protegees. Delving into the realm of imagination, a student gains not only the self- satisfaction accompanying creation, but also an appreciation of the difficulties confronting the artist. Perception and sentiment combine to foster understanding and cultural enjoyment; no longer is the novice satisfied with a simple " I like it . Con¬ sciousness replaces indifference, enlarging aesthetic values and broadening the scope of human emo¬ tions. surrounding clamor. The hand is raised — the voices of Glee stu¬ dents respond. 32 Buried images, hidden emotions — the subtilties of the mind — brighten the canvasses of Art students, Sue Osborn and Barbara Saflarski. Surprise or awe? Anger or resolution? Sam Arnoff and Joyce Russo demon¬ strate the importance of facial expression to would-be actors and actresses. activities 35 Working independently as well as through committees, Coun¬ cil representatives carry out obligations delegated to them. Back Row: E. Pearl, K. McEnerny, H. Roberts, J. Hook, D. Schoenberg, J. Dahlman, S. Shores, S. Meadows, J. Boosales, R. Ingersoll, S. Schada, J. Eckmann, D. Naylor, C. Flaherty, D. Zahn, N. Overton, L. Weldon B. Barber, S. Goldberg, A. Herbold, C. Whisler, M. Wikfor, C. Mar¬ tino, L. Ravine, M. Council. Fourth Row: B. Buchholz, L. Bromberg, J. Feder, H. Cohen, J. Gordon, M. Singer, D. Unterschuetz, J. S-mith, N. Wendt, H. Bernstein, G. Backus, C. Chang. Third Row: H. Pohl, B. Reinke, G. Cuser, B. Bohn, E. Searing, D. Siegal, D. Hills, H. Jackson, S. Faust, L. Learner, M. Schectman. Second Row: M. Rothholtz, B. Feinberg, L. Kaufman, J. Barnett, I. Boshuis, S. Swade, R. Ex, V. May, J. Kadish. Front Row: B. Deck, C. Prim¬ rose, S. Nemeroff, M. Yablin, D. Selin, L. Davis, H. Scadron, J. Hoke, D. Willert. Although plagued with numerous problems resulting from construction and planning for the complete division of schools next fall, Student Council continued to undertake projects which benefited the entire student body and the school. The major innovation of the year was the establishment of the Honor System, an idealistic yet beneficial program to not only curb dishonesty, but also to instill within the students a new sense of responsibility and maturity. On February 17, the first Niles Township Safety Conference was held at Devonshire Community Center with guest speaker, John Doremus from WMAQ. In addition, a student tutoring system and an experimental all- period Student Lounge were initiated during the year. Council continued its support of the Korean War Orphan, Yang Hong Shik, and brought its third foreign exchange student to Niles, Ida Boshuis from the Netherlands, under the American Field Service. Finally, a complete reorganization of the Council constitution and activities was formulated in order to prepare for the in¬ creased enrollment after the division of the schools. Along with establishing a school store, West Council de¬ voted much time determining the new school colors, scarlet and white; the mascot, Indians; and the symbolic emblem. In the annual United Fund Drive, the combined total donated by both schools exceeded $2000, displaying the willingness of Niles ' stu¬ dents to help others less fortunate. As Student Council creates more opportunities for students to demonstrate their maturity, the student body exhibits greater enthusiasm for Council ' s ac¬ tivities and the desire to assist instead of ridicule. Foreign Exchange Student from the Nether¬ lands, Ida Boshuis, and Marylee Godfriaux, who visited Germany under the American Field Service Program, discuss common ex¬ periences. 36 Student Council officers present new projects to Council members and evaluate completed endeavors critically. Left to riqht: Jackie Ko- foed (Secretary), Les Silverman (Vice-Presi¬ dent), Ken Norgan (President). council initiates unique honor system Devising a new form of student government for Niles was a major project of West Student Council during the year. Back Row: H. Nissenson, J . Perlow, H. Silverstone, R. Cassman, D. Katz, F. Anapol, J. Berger, R. Piwko, A. Schack, J. Siegal, G. Levin, J. Roman. Sixth Row: R. Wagner, S. Bernstein, J. Isel, K. Kent, M. Mandell, B. Abbott, A. Dorband, C. Bacino, I. Heller, J. Brodsky. Fifth Row: A. Lev, S. Learner, M. Pinkwater, F. Roth, J. Olson, D. Schmidt, S. Trowbridge, F. Pagodin, D. Greenberg, S. Whisler. Fourth Row: S. Kamin, J. Goldstein, E. Elster, S. Nixon, D. Chik- araishi, L. Hansen, R. Bolen, P. Pliskin, D. Weinstein, R. Fields. Third Row: F. Tucker, L. Ferdman, J. McMurray, P. Schulman, J. Sandler, L. Lazarus, G. Miller, B. Finder, S. Whisler. Second Row: S. Miller, A. Mau, C. Long, S. Siegal, J. Miller, K. Finn, C. Tinker, J. Morris. First Row: A. Nissenson, V. Banks, R. Tash, M. Wolf. The SSO Executive Board accepts the responsibility of coordinating the indi¬ vidual branches within the organization. Standing: S. Miller, I. Berger. Seated: B. Davis, F. Denkman, P. Engstrom. i Mk i five years The Student Service Organization, initiated in 1956, has since grown to include over four hundred members in its three individual depart¬ ments: Student Supervised Study Halls, SSSH; Student Supervised Moni¬ tors, SSM; and the Special Service Division, SSD. An executive board, comprised of one member from each of these three departments, co¬ ordinates and supervises all of the organization ' s activities. The services performed by these students are twofold. By dele¬ gating greater student responsibility, SSO attempts to create, in its members, self-discipline and respect for school policies as well as greater maturit y. In addition to this, SSO is able to conserve finances for the Board of Education by saving an estimated $44,000 in teachers ' salaries. The continuing success of SSO activities is assured by the fact that 93% of the Nilehi student body approved student supervision in the study halls, corridors, and the library. of student supervision prove successful Maintaining order and discipline in study halls en¬ tails much effort on the part of supervisors M. Feinzimer, B. Mark, B. Lamme, P. Williams, M. Rothholtz, B. Deck, S. Dubow, L. Proft, R. Marcy, S. Miller. Head Secretary, Beth Eischen, handles detentions issued by study hall officers. Study hall operations run accurately and efficiently with the careful work of the personal secretaries: J. Hodges. A. Rudich, N. Overton, M. Hirsh, S. LeVine, C. Whisler, B. Kiso, A. Enberg. SSM supervisors see that the hall monitors are doing their jobs, while the head secretary processes hall warnings. Back Row: K. Matzick, M. Melamed P. Mueller. B. Fisher, S. Weiss, P. Shapiro, S. Bookshester J. Oppenheim. Front Row: B. Davis, P. Costopolis D. Masek. Junior library supervisors gain valuable experience for higher positions next year. Back Row: S. Marshall, R. Larsen, J. Hart, B. Lawler, J. Mantel, A. Rucins. Front Row: I. Berger, C. Martin, L. Weldon, M. Duhl. Senior girls, acting as secretaries, do most of the paper¬ work involved. 39 40 Senior section editors divide copy assignments among the staff to meet deadlines. Back Row: (Academic), S. Bookshester (Sports), G. Olsen (Academic), M. Hirsh (Special Events), K -Morgan Front Row: T. Saunders (Activities), M. Freda (Editor-in-Chief), C Martin (Portraits and Faculty). K. Williams, (Activities). With vows of " We ' ll get it in early this year! " and elaborate but unfeasible ideas, work begins on the 1961 Reflections. The stardust dreams are soon pushed aside, and new and more practical ideas take shape as the work of logically compiling a yearbook begins. After the theme is chosen, the staff works late to select pic¬ tures and write suitable copy. Occasionally these late meetings are interrupted by out¬ raged parents who cry, " I want my son! " Sitting amidst stacks of pictures, copy, and layouts, harried section editors strive to bring order out of chaos in time to meet the deadlines. The editor, upon whom rests most of the responsibility, must unite the various factions and bring them to decisions. Despite last minute changes, the yearbook is finished and sent to the pub¬ lishers. Our only comment is that we tried. Juniors learn of the extensive preparations required for publication of the yearbook. Back Row: C. Nelson, J. Kessler, D. Hog- lund, P. Crowe, B. Gordon. Front Row: P. Kirk, R. Lipawsky. order out of chaos Senior yearbook staff members are responsible for the scheduling of senior portraits. Back Row: L. Vrablik, M. Aiello, M. Kaufman, P. Stone, L. Benson, J. Sholin, L. Comitor. Fifth Row: S. Alport, L. Riefstahl, B. Breen, S. Berlin, E. Winer, L. Christensen, J. Leon, J. Valfer, W. Belgarbo. Fourth Row: S. Herzog, L. Sklar, J. Fried¬ man, B. Slotky, N. Freed, R. Goldstein. Third Row: J. Levin, S. Schloskey, E. Brown, G. Kosdan (co-chairmen), D. Goss. Second Row: S. Schwartz, D. Manassa, J. Jen kind, J. Dorman, M. Futterman, M. Zelkowitz, D. Seber. Front Row: D. Durston, F. Spagat, L. Karlov, A. Winter. West Division -apprentices look over the I960 yearbook as they prepare for the coming year’s work. Back Row: J. Harris, M. Wolf, R. Heffron, M. Delott, H. Verbin, A. Winter. Front Row: B. Hoffman, J. Kroichick, S. Feldman, B. Cooper. 41 Golden Galleon Guild members carefully study original entries for the an¬ nual publication. Back Row: S. Osborn, V. Witcher, D. Goss ( Magazine Editor), R. Wolfstyn, C. Stevens, C. Martino (Magazine Editor), J. Eddy. Front Row: C. Phillips, M. Voss (Presi¬ dent), S. Alport (Treasur¬ er), E. Winer (Secretary). self expression through literary creativity Through the outstanding literary organizations of Niles, students can reveal their personal expression and written creativity. East Division ' s Golden Gal¬ leon Guild and West Division ' s Silver Clipper each publish an annual magazine, containing the original writings of Nilehi students. After reading and examining the numerous manuscripts received, the club members select the outstanding examples of quality, and the arrangement of the periodical begins. Members benefit and learn from the ad¬ vice and leadership of Mrs. Parepa Rice and Miss Jean Canning, sponsors of Golden Galleon and Mr. Richard Gragg and Miss Caroline House¬ holder, sponsors of Silver Clipper. Their instruction in the perfection of literary expression encourages the student to develop an individual style and technique, and he is rewarded for his efforts in early June when copies of the completed maga¬ zines are distributed to the student body and faculty. Silver Clipper members evaluate and select manuscripts for their annual publi¬ cation. Officers are, Back Row: S. Trow¬ bridge, (Publicity Chairman); J. Fergu¬ son, (Treasurer). Front Row: J. Elias, (Vice-President); J. Roman, (President); G. Benzel, (Secretary). 42 Editors of the East Nilehilite organizing their pages for the next edition are A. Kennedy (Editor), B. Bohn (Feature Editor), T. Gorman (Sports Editor), Louis Tompkin (News Editor). The Nilehilite offers practical training to students in¬ terested in a journalistic career, and at the same time, is an enjoyable source of school news and information for the student body. For the first time in the paper ' s his¬ tory, cartoons were used as a regular feature for the editorial page, adding greatly to both appearance and enjoyment. A sports column " just for girls " and a column devoted to the activities of Student Council were also new additions to this year ' s paper. Special issues for Christ¬ mas and graduation and the inclusion of the supplementary magazine " Roto " were features of the Nilehilite, greatly appreciated by the students. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Mary Scherb, the quality of the Nilehilite won the paper a first place rating from the Columbia Scholastic National Press Association for the second time in the last three years. nilehilite rates first place The finished product seems to satisfy the Nilehilite staff despite critical glances. Back Row: S. Goldstein, B. Levison, P. Pleason, A. Averbach, E. Winer. Front Row: K. Heller, D. Recher, M. Mahnke, J. Williams, A. Arnstein, S. Laing, J. Sachs. Arranging the West Division section of the Nilehilite are editors R. Kaufman (Feature Editor), S. Sager (News Editor), J. Elias (Society Editor), D. Weinstein (Exchange Edi¬ tor), F. Weinman (Editor). 43 rose, lighted candles symbolized honor society induction This year ' s National Honor Society.induction ceremony, w« planned by_seniors who earned Second lumor Row s years National nonor oocieiy inautnun , , v ior year. Back Row: L. Katz, H. Bernstein. J. Chang. C. Martin, K. Pelzmann. S. AI P or . M ' , H,r " ch ' J p Karp 7 o t® y w: M. McColloch. B. Feinberg. D. Goss, S. Anderson, R. Wolfstyn. C. Phillips, . Wanke. Front Row. I. Rishe, M. Aiello, J. Sheldon, M. Freda, J. Kofoed, L. Goldstein. On March 23, twenty-nine juniors and sixty sen¬ iors were inducted into the National Hofior Society. During the solemn ceremony, the new members, received the traditional red roses and gold pins, and, with candles raised, pledged themselves to the up¬ holding of the ideals of scholarship, leadership, character, and service. These qualities, in addition to the consideration of a B average and faculty recommendation, serve as the basic criterion for selection of new members. Membership in the National Honor Society is perhaps the greatest honor that can be bestowed upon any student. It is a recognition of excellence and achievement in the four main fields of high school endeavor. The rose, the pin, and -the candle symbolize the National Honor Society induction ceremony. New members include: Back Row: L. Vrablik, T. Saunders, E. Burkhardt, K. Anderson, J. LeRoy, H. Midas, R. Artwick, G. Taylor, J. Carder. Fourth Row: J. Eddy, S. Glass, P. Fulkerson, B. Mark, B. Lauerman, L. Riefstahl, R. Johnson, B. Carr, F. Friedman. Third Row: S. Cook, A. En- berg, R. Jacobsen, J. Swinger, G. Rosenthal, L. Dallia, P. Paul, Al Averbach. Second Row: L. Sklar, S. Kaplan, K. Stryker, J. Kroon, N. Gans, L. Bromberg, J. Monishita, E. Nadler. Front Row: S. Bronstein, B. Gordon, S„ Osborn, M. Miller, B. Shannon, E. Stern, G. Kosdon, A. Kazanow, J. Kamps. New members include: Back Row: C. Singer, M. Godfriaux, M. Zeitlin, P. Lippens B. Teitel, R. Fernandez Rojo, R. Wilhelmson, J. Boosales, K. Josefson. Fourth Row: K. Norgan, J. Block, G. Backus, B. Brody, G. Olsen, L. Evans, S. DuBow, S. Kreinick, L. DeCarl. Third Row: B. Kiso, B. Davis, R. Brody, P. Ehrensaft, J. Savage, P. Mueller, R. Corey, M. Honig, S. Roberts. Second Row: C. Swanson, F. Yesinick, J. Smith, C. Chang, L. Halbreich, L. Karlov, J. Friedman, J. Udelson. Front Row: C. Martino, S. Stauber, L. Benson, A. Kennedy, B. Cowan, J. Hoke, J. Stadeiman, S. Levine, J. Varney. 45 A chance for students to become better ac¬ quainted socially is offered by the monthly Saturday night Student Unions. Sponsored by the all-senior Student Union Board, the nine unions held this year offered a variety of activities. Students had a choice of dancing, playing ping pong, or just visiting in the Student Lounge. Another of the attractions was the showing of such movies as " The Diary of Anne Frank " , " North by Northwest " , and " No Time for Sergeants " . Two of the high spots of Nile- hi ' s social calendar were the Student Union spon¬ sored Christmas dance, " Winter Nocturne " , and later in the year, the Key Club Penthouse Party . Under the guidance of Mr. John Moshak, the Student Union Board plans many and varied themes and activities for the students of Nilehi. unions provide evenings of relaxed fun Student Union Board members plan the monthly mixers + N OvLTon ' VMonHo cLirmfn) R M W ' Lit Thir Rtwr S. BookshCst Thoma tf. 9 Norgan|°R B bilcL K I atzicIc (M nltor ' chatrmrm)! 6 . Petersom i Berger! V. ensaft. R rRowTrBoosalerB. Davis (Vice-President), Anita E. ' erg (Secretary), B. Morten (Pres,dent), C. Martin. 46 Members of Masque and Gavel plan to organize a Niles Choral Reading Group. Back Row: R. Lavin, J. Kremer, L. Evans, S. Osserman. Front Row: C. Grayson, (Vice-President), B. Wernikoff, J. Gordan, (Secretary). Standing: G. Olsen, [ President). clubs with a purpose International Relations Club members: Back Row: M. Honig, P. Ehrensaft, J. Kremer, J. Chang, L. Evans, B. Bohn; Second Row: H. Bernstein, J. Bloch, S. Du Bow; First Row: S. Greenberg, B. Feinberg, G. Rosenthal, L. Bromberg, C. Chang. Tri-Hi-Y White engages in numerous service projects organized by officers P. McAvoy (President), M. Lis (Chaplain), B. Neimer (Vice-President), A. Enberg (Secretary). tri-hi-y, hi-y members learn through service Preparation for future life and present betterment through high standards of Christian character are the purposes of the Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y organizations at East and West. Throughout the year, Hi-Y sponsors varied programs for its bi-monthly meetings. Under the di¬ rection of Mr. George Roth and Mr. Arthur Colver, the East and West Hi-Y clubs sponsored projects such as paper drives, car washes, the Hi-Y Citizenship Award, and the Hi-Y Scholarship. These and others encourage Hi-Y members to live up to their pledge " to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character. " The Tri-Hi-Y clubs of the East and West Divisions sponsored service projects, social functions, and physical and spiritual programs. Sponsoring a Christmas party for a nearby orphanage, hearing a speaker from Korea, and having a splash party " just for fun, " Tri-Hi-Y girls carried out their pledge of " pure words, pure thoughts, and pure actions. " Programs for regular meetings m ' ust be approved by Red Tri-Hi-Y officers P. Costopolos (Chaplain), C. Martino, (Treasurer), C. Martin (Vice-President), J. Sheldon (President). Service work at hospitals and orphanages requires much planning by officers: J. Bain, (Chaplain), D. Pahnke, (Secre¬ tary); H. Duhl, (Vice-Presi¬ dent); and D. Harrison, (Pres¬ ident). 48 ' The annual Hi-Y Induction ceremony climaxed an entire year of service. Back Row: H. Simons (Treasurer), R. Landes (Secre¬ tary). Second Row: B. Epstein, D. Rose, S. Hirschtick. Front Row: B. Feigenbaum (President), A. Semrow (Chaplain). homecoming committee, honor board expand student responsibility Financed by Student Council, the Home¬ coming Committee arranged the last combined celebration of the East and West schools. Back Row: D. Zahn, R. Halvorsen, B. Selby, D. Selby, I. Dag- las, L. Staplefeld. Third Row: A. En- berg, C. Whisler, N. Hibbert, K. Kott- meier. Second Row: C. Martin, J. Neu- meister, T. Saunders, S. Warda. Front Row: J. Carder, M. Rothfioltz (Treas¬ urer), J. Kroon (Secretary), S. Braver- man (Assistant Director), S. Bookshester (Director). Hi-Y officers arrange Scuba Diving in Niles’ pool. Back Row: R. Reinger (Treasurer), D. Moberg, D. Bextel, B. Hirte, D. Pflieger (Secretary). Front Row: B. Zender, J. Boosales (President), L. Dallia (Vice-President), S. Harvey (Chaplain). Honor Board overcomes obstacles and proves system successful. Back Row: R. Jaeger, A. Enberg, G. Backus, J. Swing¬ er, B. Lawler, H. Cohen. Second Row: S. Faust, E. Wadler, J. Carder, C. Phillips, M. Council. Front Row: R. Teitel, B. Eischen, B. Feinberg, S. Al¬ port, L. Vrablik. debaters inspired through tournaments and television Debating Joliet High School on WBBM-TV on the problems of going steady and participat¬ ing in suburban area tournaments, varsity debaters kept their winning average above . 500 . Back Row: L. Evans, G. Olsen, R. Lavin. Second Row: S. DuBow, R. Bohn, B. Feinberg, M. Reiff. Front Row: C. Grayson, S. Osserman, R. Sachnoff. Standing: J. Kremer, (Co-captain), G. Wanke (Captain). West Division debaters entered tournaments in DeKalb and Aurora to prepare for extensive varsity competition. Back Row: B. Levinsky, G. Graff, J. Weinstein. Third Row: S. Levine, J. Marker. Second Row: J. Woolf, R. Hoffman, L. Fretzin, M. Stiegel. Front Row: S. Ingersoll, J. Delman, I. Sherman, S. Rothblatt. 50 Participating in plays and productions, Thespians improved their techniques and stage abilities. Officers are: Baclc Row: L. Goldfarb (Recorder), B. Lawler (Treasurer), S. Herzog (Vice-President). Front Row: M. Kaufman (Recorder), J. Williams (President). the lure of the spotlight The drama groups at Niles provide worthwhile enter¬ tainment for students and adults in addition to providing participating students valuable and memorable experiences. The feverish excitement, the last minute upsets, the first time on stage before an audience, the forgotten lines; all these go into a play. But the pace is not always so hurried and excited. There are also the long, often monotonous tasks to be completed; yet after all the work, when the curtain goes up in the West auditorium, the resulting production is always a success. Members of Spotlighters learned how to act and carry out the necessary behind stage duties. Spotlighters also went to plays put on by professional groups or other schools. Either by acting or working on crews, or in a combination of both, students strive toward the one-hundred hours re¬ quired to become a Thespian. Under the direction of Miss Virginia Stemp, two all school plays, " Our Town and " Fair Exchange " were presented this year. In addition, East and West Spotlighters put on two one-act plays; " The Uqly Duckling " , directed by Miss Blacher, and Gianni Schicchi , which Mrs. Finfer translated from an opera by Puccini. This unusual play provided a unique climax to the Niles successful drama season. Officers of the East Division Spotlighters, H. Bern¬ stein (President), P. Singer (Secretary), C. Brown (Treasurer), and B. Lawler (Vice-President), co-ordi¬ nate projects and activities of the club. The West Spotlighters Board plan the Beaux Arts Ball and one-act plays in the spring. Back Row: K. Finn, S. Fried- lander, S. Goldstein, J. Goldfedder. Front Row: B. Finn (President), J. DeLove (Vice-President), B. Gore, N. Olive, J. Felber. 51 " Double Door " plot unfolds as R. Ber¬ liner, H. Schaefer, and S. Aronin por¬ tray early twentieth century characters. “curtain up - ports full!” The spring play, " Double Door " , created mysterious atmosphere for cast members J. Branden- berg, I. Jann, B. Eischen, R. Bartsch, H. Schacter. 52 D. Goldstein and S. Freeman relax and discuss their recent escapades. The drama groups at Niles provide worthwhile enter¬ tainment for students and adults in addition to providing participating students valuable and memorable experiences. The feverish excitement, the last minute upsets, the first time on stage before an audience, the forgotten lines; all these go into a play. But the pace is not always so hurried and excited. There are also the long, often monotonous tasks to be completed; yet after all the work, when the curtain goes up in the West auditorium, the resulting production is always a success. Members of Spotlighters learned how to act and carry out the necessary behind stage duties. Spotlighters also went to plays put on by professional groups or other schools. Either by acting or working on crews, or in a combination of both, students strive toward the one-hundred hours re¬ quired to become a Thespian. Under the direction of Miss Virginia Stemp, two all school plays, " Our Town " and " Fair Exchange " were presented this year. In addition, East and West Spotlighters put on two one-act plays; " The Uqly Duckling " , directed by Miss Blacher, and " Gianni Schicchi " , which Mrs. Finfer translated from an opera by Puccini. This unusual play provided a unique climax to the Niles ' successful drama season. " Fair Exchange " , the fall play, provided varied char¬ acter roles. Included in the cast were B. Sodemann, K. Finn, A. Witzel, A. Thor- S. Sanders, R. Miller, B. Lawler, T. Kroon, E. Winer. 53 Now nation-wide, science seminar origi¬ nated at Niles. Members are: Baclc Row: M. Liebermann, M. Kahles, B. Patis, J. Swinger. M. Honig. R. Stein, P. Cyrag. Second Row: M. Johnson, J. Bloch, M. McCarton. Front Row: M. Stern, R. Bloom. science clubs keep pace with our times Biology club members acquire ad¬ vanced knowledge of compara¬ tive anatomy and pond ecology. Offers are P. Cyroy, (Vice-Presi¬ dent); D. Ehrensaft, (President); and K. Robera, (Secretary-Treas¬ urer). Building reflector telescopes to track satellites necessi¬ tates much organization and research for astronomy club officers; M. Friedler, (President); R. LittrelI, (Secretary); and L. Haller, (Vice-President). 54 Physics club officers go over their plans for constructing a Van De braaf gene¬ rator and particle accelerator. L. Evans, (President); K. Pelzmann, (Secretary); M. Rieff, (Treasurer); B. Patis, (Vice- President). Junior-Senior Girls Glee. Back Row: J. Kraemer, M. McEvoy, J. Gustafson, G. Tobey, C. Nelson, J. Wilson, S. Weiss, M. Futterman, D. Greene. K. Ch ' m. Third Row: S. Lainq, C. Smart, B. Mario, J. Schwartz, J. Schwartz, L. Warren, E. Elkin, D. Kapchinsky, C. Bloom, H. Scadron, S. Schwartz. Second Row: D. Wanaski, B. Firmiss, M. Godfriaux, S. Youngkrantz, C. Martin, R. Shefsky, S. Anderson, S. Fox, M. Wiktor. Front Row: A. Cutrell, S. Cooperman, L. Klaveter, S. Schayer, E. Nechtman, R. Steinberg, M. Matheson, F. Raphael. Piano: G. Kosdon. music - the universal language Continually growing in size and guality, the Niles Township High School music department excelled in the presentation of four major productions during the year. To open the Christmas season, the combined vocal groups and the orchestra joined together in the annual Christmas Festival in mid-December. The traditional " Hallelujah Chorus " from Handel ' s " Messiah " climaxed the program of carols and religious melodies. Once final exams were over, rehearsals began on the original student musicale, " All At Once, " a take-off on the Broadway musical " My Sister Eileen. " On March 17 and 18, the curtain rose after months of preparation under the direction of faculty members Mr. Hugh McGee and Mr. Earle Auge. Meanwhile, band members at East and West kept busy learning scores of music for the spring band concert led by Mr. Leo Provost and Mr. Charles Groeling. The final musical production of the school year held in the West Division auditorium, involved all stu¬ dents in the orchestras, glee clubs, and choir. " America — Our Heritage, " the theme of the May music festival, introduced cjassical as well as semi-popular selections to close the music season. In addition, students inter¬ ested in specialized or advanced work may become members of Vivace and Choir at East, or Loreleis at West, if they exhibit exceptional ability. The Vivace chorus was invited to sing at international Kiwanis conventions and to entertain many Chicago area clubs and organi¬ zations. Because of the many opportunities available in the music department, students can choose the fields in which they are most well-suited and most interested, resulting in high standards and excellent quality in each production. Frosh-Soph Girls Glee. Back Row: B. Vincent, L. Beniamin, R. Szuchmacher, A. Levine, S. Grossman, R. Sterner, I. Frankenstein, M. Provost, A. Griffin, H. Perri, R. Benson, M. Aggen, K. Denley, C. Chepulis, D. Niewiadomski. L. Lubin, B. Kramarczyk, J. White, L. Skerven, J. Saflarsky, B. Belgrade, C. Kellman L. Kramer, J. Newman, S. Middough, E. Fagerstrom, L. Johnson. Third Row: V. VanOmering, J. Fine, M. Larson A. Ga¬ briel, C. Dahl, L. Zimmerman, K. Gray, C. Henningsen, D. Dettloff, J. Wells, S. Adelman, N. Joslyn, S. Peterson. K. Drefein, P. Bird. Second Row: J. Feil, K. Larson, D. Brunswick, C. Hohat, L. Lee, T. Karp, K. Drew, G. Marek, C. Widman G. Kettering, C. Kumlin M. Cohen, B. Fisher. Front Row: B. Bakken, J. Car 1 - son, S. Gallowich, B. Beck. S. Borrelli, S. Oscarson, H. Graifman, C. Sandrik, C. Lubin. S. Nixon. Piano: C. C ' auson. 55 Frosh-Soph Girls Glee. Baclt Row: A. Mayer, R. Seidman, R. Calucci, A. Penner, C. Hunter, P. Cinman, J. Garro, R. Baskin, J. Underwood, J. Wermund, C. Krumsieg, J. Kliphardt, C. Bobera, R. Kalish, P. Herter, M. Creviston, L. Bekier, L. Trendler M. Weinberg, B. Berlin, S. Miller. Third Row: L. Ballestra, J. Landaer, C. Cook, D. Krauss, C Schmberg, D. Natkin, J. Codell, B. Kontelas, H. Nichblas, L. Eagan, G. Kariolich, C. Gutbrod, J. Karlesky, L. Taylor J. Locher, J. Dahlin, K. Bro, E. Supanc, R. Fein. Second Row: B. Aherns, M. Van Dyne, E. Gallon, S. Williamson, B. Gore, N. Rabin, B. Johnson, G. Palmer, S. Stein, A. Weinstein, L. Beubien, J. Opperman, T. Thiming, S. Lis- nik. D. DiGilio, C. Campbell, L. Merholtz, B. Krooth, M. Levin. Front Row: D. Beil, R. Skoinik, D. Gorski, B. Strickett, H. Goldstein, M. Engerman, S. Enenstein, L. Melamed, S. Hoover, S. Metz, K. Conelly, S. Mandel, F. Uditsky, J. Holzwarth. Piano: Mark Simmons. Frosh-Soph Boys Glee. Back Row: D. Johnsoon, P. Zaphirio, R. Buelow, B. Glass, D. Clauser, A. Scheufler, J. Heinz, H. Hammarquist B. Herbster, R. Banion, J. Fields, T. Noesen, D. Gibrick. Third Row: J. Schultz, B. Anderson, C. Jantsch, A. Kitchen, M. Birgea, J. Cutrone, G. Urelius, P. Moss B. Shuster, B. Goode, J. Albrecht. Second Row: S. Ma- selli, M. Rothman, B. Elden, R. Grant, T. Perri, B. Todlke, J. PuccinelIi, J. Weinstein, L. Davidson. Front Row: N. Sand- slrom, S. Levin B. Dahl. J. Isaac, T. Maurer, B. Goodman, R. Johnson. Piano: D. Levee. 56 Junior-Senior Girls Glee. Back Row: D. Falstein, D. Hendrickson, A. Docel, L. Johnson, V. Sutton, P. Levy, N. Steinseifer D. Kwolek, C. Weber, B. Stanfield, C. Ponto. Third Row: S. Lewin, J. Smith, B. Silverman, L. Stein. B. Shulman, S. Novitt, L. Doner, P. Gerard, S. Freres, G. Katsoolias, B. Duffey, A. Hutter. Second Row: J. Dahlman, S. Crampe, D. Willert, J. Smith, L. Richmond, S. Boston. B. DeVogelear, E. Perlman, T. Brei, C. Martino, L. Weinbrecht. Front Row: S. DuBoff, L. Watts, L. Rechtermann. Piano: P. Miller. Frosh-Soph Girls Glee. Back Row: J. Czerniak, S. Learner, L. Miller, J. Curen, S. Childs, B. Goodman, K. Gold, M. Burnstein, S. Rotberg, M. Dilg, J. Felber, C. Johnson, D. Kruse, V. Comm, S. Larson, J. Rust, H. Verbin, S. Saffro, F. Dover D. Turner, P. Brady. Third Row: L. Stone, K. Kessler, N. Olive, A. Lev, B. Culberg, L. Hansen, P. Bau¬ mann, L. Swanson, S. Kimball, B. Robins, J. Frodin, D. Seligman, S. Olson, C. Mueller, L. Schmid, M. Lazar, E. Traiforos, M. Sherman, T. Allison. Second Row: B. Schiffman D. Koppman, L. Herman, R. Kavanaugh, S. Fox’ J. Morris, J. Brin, J. Olson, S. Melzer, R. Tyska, D. Veto, S. Kaplan, J. LaBarbera, M. Jacob, S. Dribin, R. Hefter, D. Matter, S. Ritchey, N. Burkhart. Front Row: E. Guenther, S. Singer, K. Fulkowski, M. Siegel, T. Davis, A. Anthony, G. Baren. S. Kay, E. Novitt, R. TenEicken, P. Eisen, D. Corn, E. Diamond, J. Stein. Piano: N. Doyle, H. Thompson. Radiating music and a willingness to work may be detected wherever Vivace girls present their music. Back Row: N. Norberg, A. Kennedy, A. Arnold, L. Morgen, P. Engstrom, M. Menkin, D. Seiber, C. Bendel, I. Ferguson, L. Watts, W. Belgarbo, S. Dean, I. Karpman, L. Ritter, G. Backus T. Benson, B. Young, D. Austin, B. Cheney, J. Worthington. Front Row: D. Schoenberg, B. Barber, J. Hook, S. Warda, F. Harris, B. Kolderup, B. Braun, S. Sanders, S. Nelson, K. Stryker, N. Dell ' Aringa, S. Bennett, K. Stockmar, M. Rothman, S. Faust, B. Kite, D. Layden, N. Nelson, J. Friedman. Back Row: L. Miller, N. Doyle, C. Dahl, A. Gabriel, J. Wheeler, L. Trendler, P. Jacobson, S. Kimball, J. Dahlin, C. Johnson, D. Taylor, S. Larson. Third Row: J. Locher, S. Mandell, C. Clauson, C. Kumlin, J. Olson, C. Bohat, J. Schoenberg, R. Benson, S. Ritchey, P. Baumann, H. Verbin. Second Row: L. Taylor, S. Nixon, N. Joslyn, A. Griffin, D. Matter, S. Trowbridge, A. Anthony, M. Provost, E. Geunther. Front Row: Mr. Auge, M. Lazar, S. Foss, S. Gallowich, J. Carlson, H. Thompson, S. Mann, R. Mechanic, D. Natkin, F. Uditsky. West Division Loreleis furnish musical entertainment frequently at school and community functions. East Choir members have achieved the highest position of musical groups at Niles. Back Row: W. Belgarbo, L. Ritter, a - i evens ' Austin, J- Worthington, A. Pearson, D. Peterson, D. Hellmer, E. Walski, M. Duren, T. Foss, B. Wicker, B. Cheney, T. Benson, I. Boshuis, E. Elkin, B. Young, N. Eagan. Fourth Row: N. Norberg, C. Bende, L. Lathem, D. Simons, B. Gordon, D. Johnson, L. Silverman, P. Thielman, D. Gevirtz, P. Kohn, S. Dean, L. Morgan, P. Engstrom, M. Menken, M. Fishman, I. Ferguson., A. Arnold. Third Row: S. Nelson, S. Sanders, M. Maypole, B. Kolderup, B. Braun, B. Powell, R. Slutsky, H. Margolis, M. Samole, R. Djidich, S. Warda, D. Schoenberg, F. Harris, J. Bartsch, S. Goldman J. Hook. Second Row: B. Kite, N. Dell ' Aringa, M. Lees, J, Dulkin, P. Stevens, N. Arden, A. Cooper, J. Schmidt, K. Stockmar, M. Rothman, D. Miller. Front Row: M. Reich B. Fisher, M. Feinzimer, K. Quigley, D. Naylor, S. Faust, D. Layden, N. Nelson. Piano: B. Barber, G. Backus. Concert Band. Back Row: Mr. Provost. D. Selby. R. Chojnowsk. B. Kramarczyk, D Helmer, R. Brody, P. C»sbanan, D. Linder, G. Lubin. L. Gordon, G. Herter. Third Row: J. Dilg C Hedberg J Rovell• T - . Kellar A J ' r „ ' n Engstrom, W. Oliver, J. Swinger. C. Feldpausch. D. Pfleiger, W. Washkuhn E Nadler, B. Apel.an W. Conrad, D Hirschman, J. Rosenszweig. G. Rosenthal, B. Selby, J. ?h°re.W. Gutsehick C. Stevens, L Archer. Second Row. I. Karpman. C. Kreinick, M. Kahles. R. Ahrens, H. Bolmck, M Femberg. M. Wykowski, R. Wng J. Sears K. Tiersky P H. Goldenstein, R. Unterschuetz, P. Brietzke. Front Row: S. Cook, D. Van. M. Zimmerman, J. Kirschner, N. Andrews, M. McCartan, D. Harvey, R. Thommes. 60 Band West. Back Row: M.Nedelman. M. Evans, R. Millis, M. Weinlein, C. Bachman, J. Kennedy, S. Plotkin, J. Meyer, D. RosenthaL B Ruyle. Mr. Groeling. Fourth Row: G. Winter, R. Todd, J. Liss, E. Bruksch, L. Burkhardt, R. Nelson K bc® ' i .• ™ dn ’ J - Wojakowski, L. Fretzin, D. Hussey, B. Barber, M. Netz. Third Row: G. Friedmah, K. Cohen d S,e , S a| 3® r ' D - Senn - S - Ta y |or - D - Rust, B. Zager, D. Nott, W. Ingstrup, B. Timmer, K. Wood. Second Row: L Keller E. Horwitz, C. Berger, L. Weisz, J. Boyk, M. Delman, C. Woods, R. Orloff, S. Horwitz, E. Forkos, J. Archer Front Row: M. Swirski, R. Couzin, R. Lewis, K. Cohen, C. Chapman, K. Frandzell, L. Maxson, C. Sullivan, A. Netzger, M. Berger. Orchestra. Back Row: G. Luben, D. Selby, L. Gordon, E. Nadler, G. Rosenthal, D. Pflieger, E. Davidow, V. Nelson, L. Guinand, J. Selig, M. Johnson, S. Cohn. Third Row: C. Lueder, M. Ahrens, P. Fagerstrom, L. Goldstein, A. Christ¬ ensen, D. Katz, K. Shellist, E. Rotkin, R. Wilhelmson, M. Wykowski, R. Wiig, G. Irwin, R Unterschuetz, L. Archer. Second Row: J. Wheeler, L. Goldfarb, D. Taylor, ' J. Hoke, S. Bennett, C. Werner, C. Kreinick, I. Karpman, R. Thomas, D. Harvey, D. Christensen. Front Row: M. Claasen, M. Werner, D. Van, M. Zimmerman, J. Kirschner, N. Andrews R. Amado, D. Wold. 61 V East Arts Club officers: J. Jac- over, J. Swinger, (Treasurer); L. Silverman, E. Imber, (President); J. Gordon, (Secretary); and S. Saunders, discuss their plans for future projects. elements of aesthetics West Division Art Council members select outstanding works for the Scholastic Art Contest. Officers are: J. Stevens, (Secretary); D. Harrison, (Treasurer); and J. Bain, (Chairman). Visits to the ballet and opera give depth of understanding and appreciation to Arts Club members: Back Row: J. Roman, L. Zimmer¬ man, M. Lerner, R. Kaufman, C. Friedman. Second Row: J. Under- dery ood, (President); A. Nissenson, (Vice-President); H. Nissenson, (Secretary); R. Stein, (Treasurer). First Row: F. Tucker, A. Orlove, S. Dribin. East Division Art Council members M. Hirsh, C. Martin, and T. Saunders evalu¬ ate two of their modern paintings. Personal Service monitors serve the school in the Student Accounting Office, administrative offices, and the cafeteria. They are: Baclc Row: J. Aronsen, R. Wurmser, A. Gerber, S. Ekstein, G. Gaisky, C. Shifris. Third Row: L. S Ida r, M. Werner, D. Berger, A. Schramm, N. Nelson. Second Row: S. Wesley, L. Vrablik, G. Krone, S. Mueller, A. Kite. Front Row: C. Brown, S. Benson, A. France, R. Jacobs. service monitors strive for efficiency West Division Personal Service monitors are: Back Row: D. McCarty, E. Broun- steink, B. Epstein, R. Greenberg, W. French, G. Sachs, J. Siegel. Front Row: M. Lynch, M. Epstein, R. Wagner, C. Kirk. Aiding Miss Walker in the library are library assistants: Back Row: M. Kel¬ ler, K. Creager, D. Hansen, S. Arnoff, E. Wadler, C. Thoma. Front Row: M. Sargent, M. Landerman, D. Greene, S. Herman, A. Kaplan. Combined meetings of the individual language clubs increase knowledge of European customs and heritage for M. Silver (President), D. Corn (Secretary), and C. Flowers (Vice-President-Treas¬ urer) . countries, cultures, customs Through the varied activities of the individual East Division foreign language clubs and the combined language club at West, students supplement their classroom know¬ ledge of the language they are studying by acquainting themselves with foreign lands and peoples. France, Mexico, ancient Rome, Germany, and Russia become familiar to club members as informative programs are presented, de¬ scribing and illustrating the people, their customs, and their heritage. Throughout the year, the holidays of foreign lands are observed by each of the clubs. French and German students enjoy typical native dishes at their annual spring dinners, while Latin students return to the ancient land of Rome via the Latin banquet. Students are given the opportunity of putting their knowledge to practical use when they travel to Mexico and Canada during sprinq vacation. These activities help to broaden the student ' s knowledge and increase his understanding of o+her lands. The breaking of the pinata high¬ lights the annual Spanish Club Christmas party, arranged by of¬ ficers S. Orbach (Sergeant-at- arms), M. Godfriaux (Treasurer), N. Freed (Secretary), P. Wulf (Vice-President), and C. Singer (President). 64 Working out plans for the annual banquet and scheduling activities for the monthly meetings of the French Club are M. Fishman (Secretary, R. Reid (Treasurer), C. Martin, and C. Martino (President). Sue Osborn explains her display of Roman Gods and Goddesses to Latin students Wendy Belgarbo, Nancy Wendt, and Peggy Bistolfo. Planning future projects for the German Club are D. Goss (President); J. Valfer (Secretary-Treasurer), L. Goldstein (Vice-President), and Mi McColloch (Reporter). Helping to inform members of the various phases of teaching are C. Swanson (Presi¬ dent), M. Kaufman (Secretary), J. Wil¬ liams (Vice-President), R. Wurmser (Pro¬ gram Chairman), L. Sklar (Publicity Chair¬ man), and S. Goldstein (Treasurer). Future teachers, B. Belgrade (President) K. McCarthy (Secretary), M. Berger (Vice-President), and J. Kroichick, gain insight into the problems of the teach¬ ing profession. vocational clubs prepare Organizing field trips to hospitals is an important aspect of the plans of the Future Nurses Club. The officers are S. Bernstein, (Treasurer), K. Reinhard, (President), D. Mairson, (Vice-President), and J. Kerstetter, (Secretary). 66 Heading the Pins and Pans Club are future homemakers Donna Zalud (Secretary), Darlene White (President), Shirley Wesley (Vice-President), and Judy Aronson (Treasurer). Orphanages and hospitals benefit from toys sent by West Division Pins and Pans Ctab. Officers include Mary Ann Dilg, Jane Slaw, Barb Boysen (Secretary-Treasurer,) and Marilee Diesterheft (Vice-President). students for the future Prospective secretaries and business office workers obtain knowledge and ex¬ perience through 100% Club. Officers include Pat Vollmer (Secretary), Pat Lippens (Editor of " By-Laws " ), Barbara Melehes (President) and Judy Dziadula (Treasurer). 67 Experiments and demonstrations in chem¬ istry, biology, and physics keep the newly organized Science Club active. The officers are Bruce Brown (Steering Committee), Bill Cornelius (Vice-Presi¬ dent), and Michael Hansen (President). Participating in a Suburban League round robin tournament, Chess Club members have opportunities for competing with other schools. Standing: David Alex, Lester Keller, Ethel Smith, and Joel Delman. 68 The goal of all Radio Club members is the obtaining of an FCC operators ' license. The officers are Vic Witcher, (Secretary), Roger Jacobsen, (President), and Ronald Stetz, (Vice- President). mo SHACK. mis mm him sew variety and interest highlight nilehi activities Ushers Club members offer their services at the musicals, plays, and outside activities. The officers included are Carol Martin (President), Linda Benson (Vice-President), Connie Martino (Corresponding Secretary), Sandy Menconi (Treasurer), and Anita Enberg (Recording Secretary). Once a week, the shops are open for Industrial Arts Club members, Erwin Vieck (Vice- President) and Charles Bair (President) to work on indi¬ vidual projects. Supplying audio-visual equipment and operators for all school func¬ tions is the job of the A. V. A., headed by Robert Burnstein (Pres¬ ident), Robert Lamme (Secre¬ tary), and Bruce Eales (Vice- President). 69 I sports cheers lead nilehi teams to victory Racket Squad officers Judy Viere, Dick Selby, Bob Selby, and Joan Murlas discuss plans for their prize-winning Homecoming float. West Pep Club activities included plan¬ ning and participating in pep assem¬ blies. Officers are Sue Kimball, Barbara Abbott, Janet Olson, and Kathy Ellis. Varsity cheerleaders. Donna Naylor, Donna Miller, Carol Flaherty, Karyn Stryker, Kathy Stockmar, Sue Hansen, Ginny Backus, and Pat Paul. 72 The athletic program of any school is only as good as the support the program draws from the school ' s student body. Nilehi ' s fine showing in all sports this year was due in great part to the student support which the teams received. The twirlers, in their appearances with the Trojan band, brightened many football game half-times. Racket Squad, celebrating its third year of existence worked on the organization of pep assemblies and card section presentations at football games. West Division Pep Club did much to promote interest in athletic events and other school functions among freshmen and sophomores. Leading the shouts for a touchdown or a basket were the cheerleaders, al¬ ways adding to any setting. Nilehi ' s school spirit organizations, together with the entire student body, served to prove that, in the last year of the existence of the school as one unit, " East Plus West Equals Success. " Leading the spirit yells at both football and basketball games are Sophomore cheerleaders including Diane Anton, Michele Lazar, Robin Wagner, and Carol Fink. Twirlers. Judy Verhunce, Barb Hendricks, Carol Senger, Sharon Brei, Sue Seedorf, Barbara Gibson. Varsity cheerleaders of the future are freshmen Snookie Perri, Barbara Lee, Lynn Kaselow, and Linda Schoenberg. 73 Starting the season with a great display of might, the Trojan eleven defeated non-league foe Barrington by the noteworthy score of 22-6. With the squad at its season low in the injury depart¬ ment, the Nilehiers proceeded to shut out both Oak Park and Morton. Playing before a capacity Homecoming crowd, injuries and a strong Proviso squad proved too much for the men of Troy as they suffered the first defeat of the season. After bouncing back to triumph over Waukegan by the score of 18-13, a much-weakened squad saw arch-rival New Trier take advantage of a Trojan fumble and march to a 7-0 victory. In succeeding weeks the Nilehi squad reached deadlocks with both Highland Park and Evanston, finishing the season with third place in the Subur¬ ban League. Injuries to key players were a great factor in several games. In spite of this handicap, as well as a lack of weight in this year ' s line, the Trojans gave Niles an extremely respectable record. Special credit for the season must go to junior Jim Hart, who took over the quarterback spot after the early season injury of senior Jim Boosales. He will be a valuable asset to next year ' s West Di¬ vision Indians. Co-captains Dennis Dobrowolski and Howard Alder talk over plans for the big game with coaches Larson, Rooney, Schnurr, Basrak, and Odlivak. SCORES Niles 22 Barrington 6 Niles 32 Oak Park 0 Niles 38 Morton 0 Niles 13 Proviso East 21 Niles 18 Waukegan 13 Niles 0 New Trier 7 Niles 13 Highland Park 13 Niles 7 Evanston 7 74 Offense. Back Row: F. Denkmon, J. Boo- sales, D. Dobrowolski, B. Davis. Front Row: B. Deck, H. Wirtz, J. Tune, D. Isel, H. Alder, H. Brown, J. Reicherts. Defense. Back Row: J. Zimberoff, S. Roper, L. Mills, M. Samole, R. Berens, J. Hart. Front Row: D. Manzardo, N. Brownstein, B. Fisher, B. Archibald, J. Miresse. Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Larson (Trainer), R. Gilhooley, A. Magit, J. Zimberoff, L. Hill, K. Noesen, N. Brownstein, R. Artwick, K. deGraffenreid, R. Capettini, G. Wentink (Manager). Fourth Row: Mr. Rooney (Assistant Coach), R. Connolley, T. Beddia, R. Herkert, R. Larson, R. Hillstrand, J. Hart, T. Wolf, J. Lowe, R. Berens. Third Row: Mr. Basrak (Head Coach), V. Witcher (Manager), J. Tune, M. Samole, B. Archibald, J. Miresse, H. Wirtz, B. Deck, B. Fisher, J. Boosales, L. Mills, Mr. Odlivak (Assistant Coach). Second Row: Mr. Schnurr (Assistant Coach), H. Brown, J. Spirrison, D. Manzardo, D. Hills, J. Reicherts, W. Eames, J. Boyesen, D. Isel, B. Davis. Front Row: M. Bass, J. Fung, D. Rehwaldt, D. Dobrowolski (Co-Captain), H. Adler (Co-Captain), S. Roper, F. Denkman, G. Wise. sophs overpower opposition Coach Coyer and Dr. Brown, team physician, return to the line of play after examining an injured squad member. Under an excellent coaching staff headed by Mr. Coyer, the sophs turned in an impressive 5-2-1 record this year. After defeating both Barrington and Oak Park by identical scores of 27-13, the young Trojans went on to shutout Morton 39-0. Three dismal weeks followed. A tie was salvaged in • the Proviso game, followed by consecutive defeats at the hands of Waukegan and New Trier. Return¬ ing to earlier form, and showing traditional Trojan strength, the sophs proceeded to bar both High¬ land Park and neighboring adversary, Evanston, from the scoring column. With the solid foundation these boys deve¬ loped it is certain that much good football will be played on both the East and West campuses next year. Niles 27 SCORES Barrington 13 Niles 27 Oak Park 13 Niles 39 Morton 0 Niles 7 Proviso East 7 Niles 13 Waukegan 16 Niles 6 New Trier 7 Niles 34 Highland Park 0 Niles 13 Evanston 0 Sophomores. Back Row: R. Lis, D. Lerner, A. Glassberg, S. Brown, C. Giovanelli, R. Reynolds, R. Bendel, D. Rust, S. Horwitz. Third Row: Mr. Lyerla (Coach), Mr. Whitlatch (Trainer), L. Noesen, B. Martin, T. Lee, D. Rossi, J. Engstrom, R. Todd, J. Kahn, D. Herkert, Mr. Coyer (Head Coach). Second Row: G. Lewis, (Manager), R. Bergren, K. Altschuler, B. Richardson, D. Deck, B. Oliver, J. Papandrea, T. Perri, Mr. Lain (Coach). Front Row: R. Stein, A. Stern, J. Pitzer, R. Elias, E. Hoffenberg, L. Shapiro, J. Davidow. Freshman A. Back Row: A. Mattio. J. Archer, H. Clark, J. Cutrone, M. Newburger, B. Ruttenberg, B. Hohs, J. Dollns. J. Conway. Third Row: Mr. Bauer (Coach), G. Lindemann, S. Bernstein, J. Isel, J. McGrath, A. Elliot, S. Marion, E. Bruksch, B. Elden, Mr. Skuban (Coach). Second Row: D. Walter (Manager), J. Kristoff, R. Thigpen, B. Perlegut, S. Saranache, S. Hirschtick, T. Kossof, R. Spencer, D. Rose. Front Row: J. Yardley (Manager), B. Velen, B. Shearn, T. Pfaff, B. Rivenburgh, J. Jobst, G. Kiszley. freshmen gain experience, develop techniques A weak A squad and strong B team were the learning vehicles for Nilehi ' s frosh newcomers in I960. The A team turned in a 2-5 record, while the B group came up with a sparkling 6-1 season. With coaching under the direction of Mr. Bauer and Mr. Fabri, these boys have taken the first step on the path toward future Niles athletic fame. " A " TEAM SCORES " B " TEAM SCORES Niles 19 Oak Park 24 Niles 33 Oak Park Niles 6 Morton 7 Niles 28 Morton Niles 14 Proviso East 6 Niles 26 Proviso East Niles 0 Waukegan 7 Niles 27 Waukegan Niles 0 New Trier 13 Niles 6 New Trier Niles 14 Highland Park 13 Niles 20 Glenbrook Niles 6 Evanston 25 Niles 46 Evanston M. Mazz, T. Melas, ' D. ' Gibrick. Front Row: S. Alund, A. Lev, T. Bramwell, E. Miller, B. Schwartz, J. Newmark, L. Johnson. o O o O CO O O Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Harmon (Coach), B. Barber, K. Foster, A. Nachman, K. Ehrensaft, D. Pflieger, B. Johnson, D. Moberg, P.. Thielman, A. Averbach. Front Row: D. Raab, B. Dilg, L. Lascody, D. Howard, C. Worthington, B. Hirte, R. Reinger, E. Hagen. 1960 harriers set the pace Coached by Mr. Harmon, the I960 cross country team finished the season with a record of three wins and four losses, the best of any Harrier squad in several years. The two-milers placed fifth in the Suburban League meet and seventh in the State Districts. The frosh-soph team, coached by Mr. Cress and Mr. Martin, compiled a dual meet record of four wins and three losses. At the Suburban League meet, the sophs equalled the varsity squad, placing fifth. Cross country is again gaining strength at Nilehi, and its popularity is sure to grow in the coming years. VARSITY SCORES Niles 27 Highland Park 28 Niles 50 New Trier 15 Niles 19 Waukegan 44 Niles 20 Proviso East 42 Niles 5th Suburban League Meet Niles 48 Evanston 15 Niles 34 Oak Park 22 Niles 7th State District Niles 15 Morton 42 Jogging around the track in a warm-up session are Don Pflieger and Dave Howard. FROSH-SOPH SCORES Niles 28 Highland Park 31 Niles 49 New Trier 15 Niles 32 Waukegan 23 Niles 19 Proviso East 40 Niles 5th Suburban League Meet Niles 32 Evanston 23 Niles 20 Oak Park 35 Niles 29 Morton 27 Frosh-Soph. Back Row: G. Caracciolo, S. Schwein- berg. Fourth Row: G. Goldberg, M. Purcel, M. Brando, J. Stronberg, B. Mirshak, G. Soloman. Third Row: S. Spill berg. E. Zastrow, B. Anderson, B. Toelke, A. Christensen, M. Rothman, G. Winter, M. Wynn, R. Bilson. Second Row: H. Clyman, R. Minors, C. Murlas, J. Reed, G. Friedman, R. Lan¬ des, J. Miguel. Front Row: H. Simon, M. Winer, F. Hildebrand, T. Brantley, A. Semrow, D. Dilg. N. Sandstrom, Mr. Martin (Coach), Mr. Cress (Coach). Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Byram, (Coach), J. Tune, B. Dilg, B. Fisher, R. Larson, W. Eames, D. Isel, B. Herkert, Mr. Whitlatch (Coach). Second Row: B. Carr, J. Miresse, H. Alder, S. Weiss, E. Hagen, S. Marshall, B. Archibald, D. Dobrowolski. Front Row: G. Lindemann, B. Capettini, J. Fung, J. Dulkin, S. Shipka G. Wise. If an award was given for " Most Valuable Nilehi Team, " its recipient would have to be the 1960-1961 wrestling squad. Boasting ten returning seniors out of a team of twelve, the grapplers closed the season with a dual meet record of 15 wins and only I defeat, easily the best of any Trojan squad. Drawing large crowds to both home and away meets, the mat- men ' s only defeat was at the hands of a powerhouse Waukegan squad. During Christmas vacation, the grapplers captured third place in the Waukegan Invitational Tournament. In the State District meet at Glenbrook, the Trojans captured first place, scoring 124 points and sending ten men to the State Sectionals at Wauke¬ gan. At the Sectionals, the grapplers took second place, send¬ ing five men to the State Finals at Champaign. Jim Miresse, wrestling with injuries incurred in his only previous loss — that at the District meet — was defeated in the first round of the finals by the eventual 145 lb. champion, Roy of Reavis. Ninety-five pound junior, Gary Lindemann, who had grappled his way through an impressive season, also met with first round defeat. Dick Isel, going into the 165 lb. championship match with a perfect record, placed second as he lost to Evans of Oak Lawn. With a record including only two defeats as he went into the championship match, Howie Alder, 138 lb., was defeated by Torrence of Thornton, thus placing second in state. Dennis Dobrowolski, after pinning his second as well as his third round opponent, went down to defeat in the championship en¬ counter, gaining second place for his efforts. With three second place winners, the Trojan twelve brought back to the halls of Nilehi the trophy signifying second place in the sport of wrestling in the State of Illinois. This year ' s wrestling squad was the finest in Nilehi history. With strong frosh, soph, and junior varsity team members returning, the squads of both schools should be title contenders again in the years to come. 80 alder, isel, dobrowolski take second in state SCORES Niles 32 Palatine 1 1 Niles 28 Glenbrook 1 1 Niles 33 Prospect 13 Niles 26 New Trier 16 Niles 47 North Chicago 3 Niles 22 Morton 18 Niles 33 East Leyden 8 Niles 3rd place Waukegan Invitational Niles 45 Maine West 3 Niles 23 Evanston 14 Niles 17 Waukegan 22 Niles 32 Maine East 10 Niles 46 Highland Park 0 Niles 29 Oak Park 9 Niles 34 Oak Lawn 6 Niles 27 Proviso East 14 Niles 29 Proviso West 9 Niles 1st place-State District Niles 2nd place-State Sectional Niles 2nd place-State Finals sophs, frosh retain winning league recorch Sophomores. Back Row: J. Kahn, H. Muslin, C. Giovannelli, L. Files, S. Brown, J. Engstrom, B. Richard¬ son, Mr. Anderson (Coach). Second Row: B. Steffelk, S. Perlow, D. Herkert, G. Unatin, J. Isel, M. Pre¬ mack, H. Mandel, B. Kanne. Front Row: H. Clyman, A Finger, B. Weinstein, A. Rotstein, R. Henrik- sen, H. Rosenbaum. SOPH SCORES Niles 36 Palatine 12 Niles 45 Glenbrook 3 Niles 35 New Trier 9 Niles 34 North Chicago 8 Niles 28 Morton 18 Niles 12 East Leyden 30 Niles 39 Maine West 5 Niles 24 Evanston 21 Niles 11 Waukegan 28 Niles 17 Maine East 25 Niles 39 Highland Park 5 Niles 2nd place New Trier Quad Niles 30 Oak Park 11 Niles 44 Proviso East 8 Niles 44 Proviso West 8 Both the sophomore and freshmen wrestling teams concluded successful seasons this ’winter. The sophs, compiling an 11-3 record, took second place in Suburban League competition. Their only defeats were at the hands of tough, Waukegan, East Leyden, and Maine East squads. Special credit must go to sophomore Steve Brown, now undefeated for a period of almost two years. Placing fourth in the League, the frosh squad boasted a highly respectable 5-4-2 scorecard. Filled with the wisdom that only experience can bring, these Trojans will definitely play a key part in extending Nilehi domination of north suburban wrestling in coming seasons. Freshmen. Back Row: J. McGrath, P. Becker, J. Cutrone, R. Bannion, R. Thigpen, G. Masten, Mr. Skuban (Coach). Second Row: E. LeVine, B. Elden, S. Burns, C. Chang, W. Rosenquist, T. Fors- berg, M. Owens. Front Row: M. Lieberman, D. Kuehn, M. Rothman, K. Dougherty, R. Lain, D. Lipman. FROSH SCORES Niles 25 Glenbrook 25 Niles 38 New Trier 10 Niles 26 Morton 26 Niles 43 Maine West 13 Niles 45 Evanston 5 Niles 43 West Leyden 13 Niles 17 Waukegan 34 Niles 42 York 8 Niles 26 Oak Park 28 Niles 13 Proviso East 28 Niles 16 Maine East 27 VARSITY SCORES Niles 64 Proviso West 67 Niles 52 Arlington 79 Niles 75 Maine West 57 Niles 64 f Main East 65 Niles 77 Morton 55 Niles 49 Glenbard West 69 Niles 72 Rich 59 Niles 51 Willowbrook 80 Niles 80 Oak Park 50 Niles 16th place Northern Invitational Niles 45 Proviso East 85 Niles 79 Lane Tech 51 Niles 54 New Trier 76 Niles 72 Waukegan 59 Niles 85 Barrington 45 Niles 77 Glenbrook 54 Niles 60 East Leyden 71 Niles 69 Hinsdale 63 Niles 62 Rich 69 Niles 69 Evanston 62 Niles 13 State Finals—ninth p lace Niles 71 Proviso West 60 Niles 65 Arlington 67 Niles 93 Maine West 39 Niles 79 Maine East 53 Niles 85 Morton 47 Niles 49 Glenbard West 69 Niles 82 Rich 50 Niles 55 Willowbrook 77 Niles 96 Oak Park 32 Niles 72 Proviso East 60 Niles 83 Lane Tech 48 Niles 81 West Leyden 49 Niles 83 New Trier 49 Niles 88 Waukegan 44 Niles 85 Barrington 45 Niles 80 Glenbrook 51 Niles 73 East Leyden 59 Niles 64 Hinsdale 68 Niles 75 Rich 56 Niles 64 Evanston 67 gymnast pearl second in state Fulfilling promise shown last season, the varsity gymnasts com¬ piled a dual meet record of ten wins and nine losses, three of which were by marqins of seven points or less. Most note¬ worthy event of the year was the squad ' s ninth place finish in the state finals, with junior Elliot Pearl placing second on the rings. Now in its third year at Niles, gymnastics enjoys ever-increasing popularity. The sophomores had an extremely successful season, as this Trojan team boasted a 15-5 record. With the greater part of the varsity squad returning, the future of gymnastic appears bright for both schools next season. Congratulations are certainly due Mr. Cress and his staff for giving Nilehi teams such great strength in the space of three short years. Varsity. Baclc Row: Mr. Trnka (Coach), B. Nimmo, D. Johnston, K. Matzick, M. Anderson, B. Hardt, Mr. Cress (Coach). Second Row: B. Weinstein, K. Ehrensaft, B. Deck, D. Ander¬ son, G. Tennison. Front Row: M. Weinlein (Manager), E. Pearl, M. Payne, J. Block, S. May, D. Gornstein. Frosh-Soph. Back Row: Mr. Cress (Coach), S. Levin, J. Brundermall, H. Hochfeller, P. Orser, L. Archer, R. Vollmer, M. Roach, D. Deck, B. Zager, M. Blustein, I. Heller, Mr. Trnka (Coach). Second Row: M. Weinlein (Manager), J. Kavooras, A. Lazar, L. Cooperman, M. Mazz, W. Evensen, L. Moldofsky, S. Palast, J. Kahn, J. Sifman. Front Row: R. Block, D. Hardt, E. Sotello, T. Ptaff, K. Gordon, J. Baruck, S. Naylor. improvement shown as basketmen boost record SCORES Niles 53 Glenbrook 42 Niles 32 Oak Park 36 Niles 42 New Trier 56 Niles 42 Morton 55 Niles 49 North Chicago 51 Niles 42 East Leyden 63 Niles 46 Arlington 45 (Holiday Tournament) Niles 32 Evanston 47 Niles 40 Waukegan 58 Niles 33 Proviso East 54 Niles 59 Highland Park 53 Niles 59 Oak Park 52 Niles 43 New Trier 40 Niles 38 Morton 49 Niles 52 Evanston 28 Niles 38 Waukegan 60 Niles 49 Proviso East 69 Niles 73 Highland Park 45 Niles 57 Maine West 67 (State Regional) Bob Brown drives around New Trier defender in quest of another Trojan goal. Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Fabri (Coach), C. Worthington, J. Goodman, K. Borcia, K. Anderson, R. Ingersoll, D. Masek Mr. Engle (Coach). Front Row: F. Geist (Manager), R. Artwiclc, S. Miller, P. Bishop. B. Koseor, B. Brown, J. Hart, G. Lewis (Manager). Making lay-up shot in pre-game warm-up session is senior letterman Dick Masek. With a squad composed of several returning lettermen as well as other members of last year ' s varsity and junior varsity teams, the 1960-1961 Trojans gave Nilehi a 7-12 season record, the the best of any roundball organization in many years. Playing with a great height disadvantage in one of the toughest basketball leagues in the state, the team ' s success was due almost com¬ pletely to the untiring coaching efforts of Mr. Fabri and Mr. Engle. This year the Trojans proved that they can play good basketball consistently. Always impres¬ sive was the play of senior Joel Goodman and junior Ken Borcia. Next year ' s teams will include several returning lettermen at both schools. With these players forming the nucleus of each squad and the addition of talented boys from both the j.v. and frosh-soph teams, the Indians and the Trojans will undoubtedly have fine seasons. Basketball is again on the way up at Niles! Sophomores. Back Row: R. Greenberg (Manager), M. Baer, B. Epstein, B. Lorr, G. Berman, Mr. Phipps (Coach). Second Row: E. Zastrow, B. Lis, B. Ahrens, A. Stahl, M. Berger. Front Row: C. Anderson, K. Altschuler, K. Harfst, B. Toellce, B. Martin. sophs gain experience, confidence SCORES Niles 45 Glenbrook 36 Niles 30 Oak Park 35 Niles 37 New Trier 53 Niles 36 Morton 48 Niles 40 Evanston 45 Niles 24 Waukegan 43 Niles 36 Proviso East 56 Niles 45 Highland Park 35 Niles 50 Oak Park 54 Niles 55 New Trier 71 Niles 39 Morton 45 Niles 41 Evanston 47 Niles 32 Waukegan 55 Niles 22 Proviso East 61 Niles 49 Highland Park 43 Players listen intently as Coach Phipps gives instructions for the last quarter. 86 Playing against good competition and often at a height disadvantage, the sophs only victories were over Glenbrook and Highland Park. With the experience and confidence gained during the season, however, these Troians are sure to show great improvement next year. Under the coaching of Mr. Phipps, these boys have acauired skills and know-how that are invaluable, and many of their names will undoubted¬ ly be inscribed on the roles of Nilehi athletic greats in future years. SCORES Niles 46 Glenbrook 35 Niles 35 Oak Park 37 Niles 47 New Trier 59 Niles 41 Morton 47 Niles 37 Evanston 43 Niles 39 West Leyden 47 Niles 32 Waukegan 52 Niles 25 Highland Park 44 Niles 38 Oak Park 54 Niles 24 Morton 51 Niles 37 Waukegan 54 Niles 40 Proviso East 34 Niles 49 Highland Park 52 Junior Varsity. Back Row: H. Norris, M. Joffe, R. Jaeger, S. Bernsten, R. Millis, M. Cavanaugh, J. Shabel, M. Stavy, K. Anderson. Front Row: F. Geist (Manager), G. Lewis (Manager), Mr, Fabri (Coach), Mr. Engle (Coach). frosh, j.v.’s “have a ball” The frosh roundball squad, coached by Mr. Bauer and Mr. Hoosline, finished a fine season. These Nilehi newcomers turned in a. record of seven victories against five defeats. With the experience they have obtained these young men are sure to bring future basketball fame to Nilehi in coming years. Coached by Mr. Engle and Mr. Fabri, the junior varsity squad did not fare too well. However, this season ' s competition served to give the Trojans new in¬ sight into the fundamentals and techniques of basketball, and they will be valuable sight into the fundamentals and techniques of basketball, and they wil be valuable additions to next year ' s varsity teams at both schools. Freshmen. Back Row: J. Wu, B. Hohs, S. Rudd, I. Kravitz, B. Grunow, G. Friedman, D. Toored- man, M. Swirsky. Third Row: Mr. Bauer (Coach), J. Sandler (Manager), B. Herbster, S. Hirsh- tick, S. Saranecke, B. Perelgut, B. Hall, W. Jones (Manager), Mr. Hoosline (Coach). Second Row: S. Hertzberg, R. Landes, M. Wynn, R. Cassman, G. Parker, J. Wolf, T. Dadigan, M. Muskat. Front Row: C. Murlas, B. Shearn, L. Sacks, D. Katz, A. Lev, A. Elliot, D. Minors. SCORES Niles 41 Glenbrook 26 Niles 37 Oak Park 20 Niles 31 New Trier 28 Niles 42 Morton 38 Niles 37 Evanston 44 Niles 15 Waukegan 36 Niles 37 Highland Park 35 Niles 33 Oak Park 29 Niles 25 Morton 35 Niles 29 Waukegan 32 Niles 45 Proviso East 39 Niles 27 Highland Park 29 nelson qualifies for state meet Closing the season with a 56-30 victory over East Ley¬ den, the varsity put together a record of five wins and ten losses. The record, however, is not indicative of the high quality of the squad, as the Suburban League is known to be the finest high school swimming league in the country. Outstanding throughout the season were the performances of Trojan diver Jim Nelson. The sophs finished the season in fine form, boasting a record of ten wins and five losses and taking third place in the Suburban League meet, while the freshmen turned in a 4-6 scorecard. VARSITY SCORES Niles 41 Maine East 45 Niles 46 Proviso West 40 Niles 23 New Trier 63 Niles 15 Hinsdale 71 Niles 45 Morton 41 Niles 19 Evanston 67 Niles 14 Riverside Invitational —ninth place Niles 37 Glenbrook 49 Niles 48 Waukegan 38 Niles 34 Highland Park 52 Niles 41 Maine West 45 Niles 42 Riverside 44 Niles 38 Oak Park 48 Niles 37 Proviso East 49 Niles 56 Elmwood Park 30 Niles 56 East Leyden 30 Niles 12 Suburban League meet—sixth place Niles 27 State Districts— fifth place Varsity. Back Row: J. Oppenheim, R. Halvorsen, J. Nelson, P. Hoag, B. Bettey. Second Row: J. Eckmann, B. Kirshner, D. Katz (Captain), J. Janse, M. Claassen, G. Johnson, J. Jacover, R. Hassan, Mr. Warner (Coach), Mr. Ca- jet (Coach), Mr. Larson (Coach). Front Row: R. Levin, R. Moldenhauer, R. Fern- andez-Rojo, R. Ruffer, B. Lamme. Sophomores. Back Row: V. Banks, R. Stryker, L. Wolfinsohn, L. Rosen, H. Slutsky, M. Fields (Manager), S. Poster (Manager). Second Row: Mr. Cajet (Coach), L. Gutschick, H. Zarov, B. Widerquist, S. Epstein, M. Delott, W. Ruderman. Front Row: B. Schmidt, R. Just, J. Berger, L. Miller, D. Wollac k, C. Janscth. SOPH SCORES Niles 47 Maine East 39 Niles forfeit Proviso West Niles 14 New Trier 72 Niles 25 Hinsdale 61 Niles 68 Morton 17 Niles 30 Evanston 56 Niles 50 Glenbrook 36 Niles 59 Waukegan 27 Niles 44 Highland Park 42 Niles 47 Maine West 37 Niles 48 Riverside 38 Niles 48 Oak Park 38 Niles 54 Proviso East 31 Niles 61 Elmwood Park 24 Niles 37 East Leyden 49 Niles 27i Suburban League meet—third place FROSH SCORES Niles 21 New Trier 65 Niles 69 Morton 17 Niles 27 Evanston 59 Niles 16 Glenbrook 70 Niles 55 Waukegan 31 Niles 21 Highland Park 65 Niles 45 Maine East 41 Niles 34 Oak Park 52 Niles 46± Proviso East 39± Niles 34 Hinsdale 52 Niles 16 Suburban Leaque meet—fifth place Freshmen. Back Row: M. Nahin, J. Bell, B. And¬ erson, S. Silvermann, L. November, P. Tanzar (Manager), H. Shapiro (Manager). Third Row: A. Kaufman, R. Silverman, K. Johnson, T. Cama¬ cho, J. Lappa, R. Fernandez-Rojo, R. Lotz, J. Simon (Manager). Second Row: Mr. Warner (Coach), R. Bilson, K. Kronholz, S. Goldfarb, S. Greene, A. Gitus, A. Wulf, B. Hoag. Front Row: A. Borack, M. Jacobs, W. Hutter, D. Claussen, G. Stern, R. Shafer, R. Zager, M. Silvert. 89 varsity diamondmen take district title After dropping their opener to Maine East by the score of 1-0, Coach Phipps ' varsity went on to triumph over Arl¬ ington and Glenbrook by respective tallies of 6-1 and 4-1. With many of last year ' s starters graduated, the big queston was the ability of numerous juniors and untried seniors to play on the top level of high school baseball. Stalwarts of the squad were returning lettermen Bronson Davis and Larry Mills, as well as catcher Dennis Dobrowolski, who always seemed to find the silver lining inside the prove r b- ial cloud of darkness. The performances of senior pitcher Ed Sabey were also outstanding. With many of these boys returning next year, both the Indians and the Trojans are sure to be powers to reckon with in their respective leagues. Varsity. Back Row: B. Davis, P. Williams, J. Boyesen, J. Hart, P. Mueller, L. Rothstein, J. Kanofsky, R. Ross (Manager). Third Row: Mr. Odlivak (Coach), E. Sabey, L. Mills, B. Koseor, S. Bernsten, D. Dobrowolski, Mr. Phipps (Coach). Second Row: B. Reinke, B. Schwartz, D. Minkus, M. Fenn, J. Traff, J. Suelzle, S. Marshall. Front Row: M. Kiss, J. Jacover, B. Gilhooley, R. Artwick, W. Traff, M. Duhl. 4.3 Junior Bob Silhooley, who had the Trojans ' highest batting aver¬ age during early weeks of play, races home in the Glenbrook game. 91 Sophomores. Back Row: Mr. Wollschlaeger (Coach), R. Randell (Manager), J. Jobst, D. Rossi, A. Sheufler, R. Bendel, M. Cavanauqh, B. Lis, B. Martin, S. Sher, Mr. Coyer (Coach). Second Row: M. Joffe, T. Perri, J. Papandrea, M. Kay, E. Hoffenberg, R. Schmidt, J. Tovell, B. Toelke. Front Row: B. Anderson, S. Richter, R. Ratner, H. Clyman, A. Finger, L. Shapiro, K. Harfst. sophs start season winning streak John Papandrea makes put-out on Ron Ratner in pre-season practice session. Looking very good in their first contest, the sophs defeated the Glenbrook Spartans by the highly impressive score of 4-0. Coached by Mr. Coyer, the sophomores gained valuable experi¬ ence that is sure to figure heavily in the exten¬ sion of Nilehi ' s baseball triumphs in the next two years. Developing skills through participation in an exciting sport, the freshmen, coached by Mr. Schnurr and Mr. Engle, showed much promise throughout their action-packed season. Freshmen. Back Row: Mr. Schnurr (Coach), B. Rosenquist, J. Rodman, G. Friedman, G. Galowitch, H. Hohs, M. Lynch (Manager), S. Winston (Manager), R. Suzzo (Manager), Mr. Enqle (Coach). Fourth Row: J. Conaway, B. Grunow, B. Perelgut, S. Marino, B. Lotz, L. Johnson. K. Ciezekowski, A. Gaule, A. Wulf. Third Row: J. Schmidt, E. Bruksch, A. Elliot, D. Mermen S. Hirstick, I. Kravitz D. Walter, T. Dad : gan. Second Row: J. Archer, J. Kmety, L. Sacks, A. Manasin, J. Wolf, S. Hayman, D. Cornelius. Front Row: M. Owen, J. Newmark, D. Katz, H. Simon, B. Shearn, B. Vellen, B. Gevirtz, M. Share. linksters up to par With four returning lettermen in seniors Bob Zender, Jim Puccinelli, and Lloyd Kuehn, as well as junior Lyle Mink, prospects were bright for a fine golf cam¬ paign this spring. Led by Zender, squad captain and unquestionably one of the finest high school golfers in the Middle West, the team ' s home course was the tough Arlington lay-out. Coached by Mr. Kiviluoma, the varsity is composed of ten linksters, of whom only five may participate in dual meet competition. Advancement to the starting five may be gained by challenging and defeating a member of that group. This intra-squad rivalry is very successful in developing those talked-about low scores, thus lead¬ ing Nilehi to team victories on the links. The frosh-soph squad, coached by Mr. Basrak and Mr. Nelson, gave underclassmen the opportunity to play in organized match competition, thus gaining valuable experience. Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Kiviluoma (Coach) R. Ellensohn, B. Blackstone, G. Carlson. Front Row: L. Kuehn, B. Zender, J. Puccinelli, L. Mink. Bob Zender, senior letterman and team captain, takes a practice swing in preparation for the spring golf meets. Frosh-Soph. Back Row: D. Smith, J. Berger, D. Reynolds, M. Delott, R. Olson, P. Novell, Mr. Nelson (Coach). Second Row: D. Kuehn, J. Bell, J. Lerner. Front Row: D. Nelson, M. Andelman, M. Saken, E. Zastrow, R. Dabrow, R. Fernandez-Rojo. gold man, zimberoff lead cindermen Paul Goldman and Jerry Zimberoff get in position for the start of the race. Again this year as in the past, the cindermen were hampered due to inadequate training facili¬ ties. Lack of indoor track areas has long been a weak point in the Nilehi sports picture, and the situation has been much aggravated by the fact that competitors have enjoyed the early season use of such facilities. The picture will brighten, however, in 1962, when the new indoor practice area now under construction at East will be ready. Leading the varsity, coached by Mr. Harmon, were senior Paul Goldman in the hurdles and broad jump and junior star Jerry Zimberoff in the dashes and 440 yard run. Potential future track greatness was very evident in the performances of sopho¬ mores Don Raab and Bill Lorr. Other cindermen too numerous to mention contributed greatly to the strength of the squad. With the opening of the new practice facili¬ ties and the return of most of the team next year, both schools can look forward to what will certain¬ ly be strong track programs. Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Harmon (Coach), B. Barker, A. Nachman, G. Hoff, B. Lorr, P. Goldman, R. Berens, T. Beddia, B. Dilg, S. Miller. Second Row: H. Wirtz, K. Ehrensaft, G. Smith, D. Raab, J. Martin, J. Dulkin, I. Starkey, G. Johnson, B. Van Mersbegen. Front Row: R. Siegel, J. Zimberoff, K. Kottmeier, R. Reinger, M. Bass, S. Roper. Sophomores. Baclc Row: A. Christiansen, B. Hoffman, B. Steffeck, D. Ehrensaft, B. Lorr, M. Bauer, J. Mise, S. McColl, Mr. Lyerla (Coach). Second Row: R. Greenberg, M. Purcell, D. Raab, S. Brown, B. Mitten, L. Miller, T. Lund. Front Row: J. Pitzer, M. Bloom, E. Davidow, J. Reed, M. Doniger, W. French, S. Spillberg. Phil Becker scores for the freshmen in the broad jump. Freshmen. Back Row: Mr. Martin (Coach), G. Veto, H. Clark, R. Marshak, B. Hall, J. Krum, S. Saranacke, G. Kiszely, B. Leffingwell, J. Hyman, D. Franklin, P. GaMis, G. Giroculo, Mr. Warner (Coach). Third Row: R. Scott, D. Boyer, D. Tooredmon, J. Simon, R. Schafer, P. Becker, L. Shapiro, L. Borden, A. Mattio, J. Wolf, T. Hansen. Second Row: F. Hildebrand, B. Heller, R. Cassman, R. Silvertrust, G. Gold¬ berg, S. Burns, R. Karzen, L. Salberg, J. Fut- ransky, J. Struck, J. Wollman, S. Wexler. Front Row: S. Schweinsberg, D. Kraft, J. Pis¬ ano, M. Levy, S. Spitz, B. Thomas P. Chrisos, S. Myrent, R. Williams, A. Semrow. racketmen send two downstate Varsity. Back Row: Mr. Markus (Coach). A. Johns. J. Tworoger, H. Pohl, K. Corcoran (Manager), R. B. Wilhelmson, J. Rovell. Front Row: S. Weiss, A. Rucins, R. Ingersoll, A. Stone, P. Bishop, D. Redding. The outlook for an excellent tennis season was good, with almost all of last year ' s sen¬ sational squad returning to the Nilehi courts. With outstanding singles players in Steve Weiss, Dennis Redding, and soph Mike Baer, Coach Markus ' only difficulty seemed to be finding the right combination for the first doubles unit. A sign of net triumphs to come was the netmen ' s 4-1 victory in the season opener with Glenbrook. Coached by Mr. Kielwasser, the sophs appeared destined for a spring full of racket victories. Coach Markus gives pointers to Nilehi racketmen Steve Weiss, Paul Bishop, Dennis Redding. Frosh-Soph. Back Row: L. Wolfinsohn, G. Sax, E. Braunstein, V. Banlis. B. Epstein. Front Row: J. Bayuck, J. Weisbrodt, R. Kaye, S. Green, B. Poindexter. 96 faculty defeats n-club in overtime contest Faculty members R. Bluege and G. Kielwasser go high in the air for a rebound as N-Club members J. Boye- sen and P. Goldman look on. The N-Club had an extremely successful year of operation during the 1 960-1961 school term. Sponsored by Mr. Larson, the Club, comprised of Nilehi ' s lettermen, presented the traditional N-Club-faculty basketball game and, in addition, held its initiations of new members at two Student Unions. Receipts for the Club-faculty tilt, which saw the faculty squad triumph in an action- packed overtime, went to several worthwhile causes. The lettermen made a sizable contri¬ bution to the llg Park Y.M.C.A. develop¬ ment fund. Proceeds of the game were also set aside to put the N-Clubs off to a good start at both East and West, which will be separate organizations next year. These Trojans, who have done much to spread the fame of Niles through their ath¬ letic prowess, have also done much to im¬ prove their school by their wide scope of interest in its functions. Including in its mem¬ bership class officers as well as leaders of many other organizations, the N-Club has been a valued contributor to Nilehi. N-Club. Back Row: H. Wirtz, D. Manzardo, N. Brownstein, J Tune, B. Archibald, R. Larson, .L. Mink, E. Hagen, M. Payne, P. Bishop, S. Miller, J. Reicherts, J. Spirrison, B. Brown, B. Davis. Fourth Row: B. Dilg, J. Kavouros, K. Matzick, B. Fisher, P. Goldman, L. Kuehn, D. Redding, J. Nelson, G. Wise, J. Carder, R. Berens, J. Hart, G. Wentink, V. Witcher. Third Row: S. May, B. Hardt, S. Shipka, S. Roper, L. Mills, M. Bass, B. Bettey, M. Claassen, L. Weissberg, J. Puccinelli, L. Lascody, B. Barber. Second Row: B. Koseor, K. Gallaher, B. Weinstein, B. Kirschner, R. Johnson, H. Brown, B. Deck, B. Zender, D. Siegel, R. Reinger, B. Barker. Front Row: D. Raab, J. Miresse, S. Weiss, B. Carr, J. Fung (President), F. Denkman (Secretary), D. Dobrowolski (Vice-President), J. Boosales (Treasurer), M. Samole, P. Williams, J. Boyesen. g. a. a. hosts suburban school playday G.A.A. officers Annemarie Liberti (Vice President), Pat Fulkerson (Treasurer), Claudette Phillips (President), and Jackie Smith (Secretary), help provide a well- run organization. Membership in G.A.A. entitles a girl to participate in many activities, not all of which are athletic. For the seventh straight year, these girls have produced a first prize Hosnecoming float. A service project, the all school turnabout dance, " Isle of Enchant¬ ment, " and the formal initiation and award presentation are just a few of their many accomplishments. In addi¬ tion, this year, G.A.A. played hos¬ tess to girls in the Suburban League schools for a Play Day. The variety of sports Sponsored by he organization affords each girl the opportunity to develop both individual skills and group participation and co¬ operation. Each year, three girls find membership in G.A.A. particularly re¬ warding. Two junior girls are sent to summer camp, and a $400 scholarship is awarded to a senior who plans to, major in health, physical education, or recreation. By encouraging good sportsman¬ ship and service to the community, the Girls ' Athletic Association of Nilehi helps to develop a mature citizen, of tomorrow. 98 East Division Board Members plan the asso¬ ciation ' s yearly activities. Back Row: S. Le- Vine, L. Riefstahl, G. Gaisky, B. Abbink, M. Ostermeier, K. Roock. Second Row: M. Godfriaux, S. Osborn, R. Foss, N. Eagan, M. Voss, and C. Hedberg. First Row: J. Hoke, A. Rosen, M. Freda, M. Fortney, C. Kreinick, M. Aiello, and Y. LeMieux. . The coolness of an Oriental pool was admired by G.A.A. members and their dates at last year ' s turn¬ about dance, " Serenade in Jade. " Programming activities and tournaments is the major project of West Board Members. Back Row: J. Terp, L. Carter, J. Wheeler, D. Taylor, D. Matter. Front Row: S. Trowbridge, S. Vraney, K. Cashatt, L. Kraemer, S. Olson. 99 G.A.A. initiates promise to uphold the ideals of the Girls ' Athletic Association. Members of the G.A.A. lifesaving group Darlene Woyot, Bonnie Cheeny, Lynn Johnson, and Ginny Claassen demonstrate the side stroke. G.A.A. members C. Lang, K. McCarthy, J. Mason, S. Ingersoli, and J. Rosecrans prove that the Egyptians are not the only ones who can build pyramids. Saresta Rosenberg demonstrates a bird ' s nest for fellow participants during a G.A.A. session. Julie Archibald, Connie Raymond, Sue Paul, Irene Taendler, and Sue Seedorf, members of a G.A.A. mod¬ ern dance group, are practicing for their annual per¬ formance before the P.T.A. Preparing for their annual riding show, these thirty-four equestrians practice their riding techniques every Thursday at the Leadley Stables. 101 Straight down the middle is the wish of every girl who participates in G.A.A. bowling on Wednesday afternoons. Volleyball players Pat Wulf, Jeri Kluge, Dar¬ lene White, try to get the ball up and over to score a point for their team. Smash! Badminton players Virginia Schram and Sue Glass return the birdie for a point. G.A.A. basketball players Cherie Bohat and Joanne Link battle for the ball during one of the tournament games. Donna Mae Paul starts the G.A.A. baseball season off with a strike. Golfer Sherry Herman demonstrates the proper stance as Sandra Jach looks on. east plus west equals success wm " I can ' t believe it, " say Sharon Swanberg and Sue Kap¬ lan on being elected to the Homecoming Court. ' V M » Hr mm Though we lost this one, it’s the start of a fine season. After winning first prize in the class B float division, this elephant will never forget Home¬ coming I960. With the last hectic tasks of sawing, cutting, and painting completed, most Nilehi students could sit back, relax, and enjoy the Homecoming festivities of I960. Through the diligent efforts of the Homecoming Committee, the entire day went like clockwork. From the weather, right on down to the menu at the Alumni Tea, " East plus West " did " equal success. " Although the slogan " No lion, we ' ll lick ' em, " proved to be a winner for the G.A.A. first place float, our Trojan team was defeated in a close game with the Proviso Pirates. Even this defeat, however, did not dampen the spirits of the crowds of cheering N.ilehi students and alumni. The climax of the gala festivities came with the traditional Homecoming dance, where the soft music and imaginative decorations left many " Moments to Remember. " Who wouldn ' t come to the Homecoming Dance when you can meet two queens, Penny Johnson and Sharon Shores. 107 " Careful with the pin, " says Jim Thomson to Jeri Kluge. After kissing Santa, Joan Murlas is sure to get her Christmas wish. an epitome of time Hostess Barb Kolderup serves iced punch, as her date, John Lillied ' ahl, looks on wondering whether he ' ll ever get any. 108 Christmas is the season of the progression of time. There are the days of frolicking in the snow or skating across the ice, as well as the days of solemn worship. There are the weeks of joyous celebration and those of welcomed vacation. There is the wonderful month of De¬ cember, with its Christmas and its transition of fall into winter. There is the end of the one year, which passes merrily through Christmas and on to the new Son of Father Time. Two of those memorable days at Niles were the Christ¬ mas dance and the Christmas festival. This year ' s annual dance was appropriately called " Winter Nocturne, " as it was held on a brisk December eve. The festival flowed with the varied currents of Christ¬ mas: its rejoicing, its solemnity, its mirth. The conclusive¬ ness of the program was a true treatment of the meaning of Christmas. As the curtain ascends, the first strains of " Silent Night " hush the audience. In the true spirit of Christ¬ mas, these Nilehi carollers sing the songs of the sea¬ son. hollywood spectacular — “love in an inn” In spite of the tantrums and ravings of director Gregorovitch, " Hollywood Heyday proved to be a boxoffice sell-out. In an attempt to bring variety and freshness to the movie industry, this Russian perfec¬ tionist tried to include everything in his newest master¬ piece, " Love in an Inn. " In commenting on the movie, critics were quick to point out the highlights. A pre¬ cision drill team was easily agreed upon as best of show, while a roaring twenties bevy of beauties won the critics award for the best chorus line. A " Sweet Six¬ teen " novelty act and a " Night Train " instrumental were chosen as best in their categories. With all of this talent, and the internationally known Miss Marilyn Mudpack in the same movie, director Gregorovitch was sure that he would win the coveted Oscar, and was quite shocked when the award was presented to " Ben Hershey by Malt Dismal. Although " Love in an Inn " was no Oscar winner, few. Nilehi students will deny the entertaining success of " Holly¬ wood Heyday. " Mother Goose may have been exciting for a five year old Myra Schectman, but to sweet sixteen Diane Simons, its quite a bore. The roaring twenties live again in Jackie Kofoed, Karyn Stryker, Sue Hansen, Carol Flaherty, Gin- ny Backus, Donna Miller, Judy Iverson, Rosanne Schiff, Judy Viere, and Pat Paul. 110 Precision at its prettiest is supplied by Judie Kirschner, Marcia Wiktor, Babs Gib¬ son, Sharon Brei, Sue Seedorf, Irene Freske, Ruth Sack, Cindy Ponto, Sherry Otto, and Judy Verhunce. m " Love me, love my painting, " says Mr. Alexander (Les Sil¬ verman). nilehi sees new york “all at once” The rumbling sound of the subway, and the rattle and clamor of a construction company at work were the sound effects in this year ' s musical, " All At Once. " Patterned after the Broad¬ way production of " My Sister Eileen, " Nilehi students enjoyed the hustle and bustle of the big city, as they followed the Farring¬ ton sisters in their search for careers. In acquainting themselves with the ways of the big city, Julie and Marcy Farrington were quickly convinced that New York was nothing like their home¬ town, Dayton, Ohio. As the girls wandered through the city, encountering many of the odd, but interesting New Yorkers, comedy and romance reached a peak. Selections from " Gigi, " " Can-Can, " and " Up In Central Park " gave the proqram the polish of a professional production. " All At Once " offered further proof that East and West could work together efficiently and successfully. " Could this be a new naval maneuver? " wonder Miriam Rothman and Barbara Braun. BeTga y rbo ePPin9 h ' 9h " A " At ° " ce " ' S Wendy t T o lea a ve !n fo 9t °t n h 9 bi city ew k 8 " BraU " ' are pa ‘ ked « " d ™ A little bit of gay Scotland comes to the halls of Nilehi as Jerry Hildebrand and Marcia Braverman campaign for Prom King and Queen. “sayonara” climaxes senior year. There seems to be no chance of abdication by Queen Sue Levin or King Marty Fine. It may not be elegant, but it sure does feel good. 114 Just as graduation is the culmination of high school academic endeavors, the Junior-Senior Prom is the climax of four years of social activities at Nilehi. As the day approaches, excitement runs high. The cam¬ paign, the Prom King and Queen election, and the last minute shopping sprees are all a part of the hectic preparations. For most Prom goers, the evening begins with a coketail party at the home of a friend. Then, its off to the Prom, where the hours pass quickly as the deli¬ cate puffs of blue and yellow formals sway to the soft music of a well known band. When the clock strikes twelve, the gay couples are off to the Chez Paree or Polynesian Village for more dining and dancing. Breakfast and a picnic are next on the schedule as the seemingly untiring couples set out for the lake and some swimming and skiing. Then, as the •afternoon fades and evening takes its course, the Prom takes its place in the structure of time — a memory never to be forgotten. For Tod Wise and Linda Jailing, a park bench is the same wherever it is. Gazing at a portrait of " South¬ ern Splendor " are Sue Her¬ zog, Bob Feinberg, Sandy Or- bach, and Barry Chapnick. 115 It is a bright warm June day; a little bit sultry, the last day heavy with the sound of happy voices and the din of self congratulation. And far away the place to which you are to go. And somehow with all that heavy robe and your nervousness you get there — just in time to hear the commencement speeches. " Commencement, " as every graduation speaker seems to repeat, " is not the end, but the beginning. " Having said as much, what more is there to say? Commencement is the beginning of a new ' ife. No longer are we children, and now it can be recognized. We are, at least conditionally, to be admitted into the more real world in which not only potentiality, but reality reside. We can, at least, abandon some of the myths of adolescence and face problems which have more meaning to us. Thus, graduation is both an end and a beginning. After four years of work and activities, the final day has arrived. 116 Fred Denkman lends a helping hand to graduate Carolyn Bergeron. Standing: Reed Halvorsen (2nd Vice President), Dean Donile (1st Vive President), Joan Murlas (Secretary), Bud Morten (Treasurer), Phil Ehrensaft (President). Front to back: Bruce Dilg, Phil Shapiro, Ed Sabey, Al Zlotnik, Larry Proft, Judy Sheldon, Margo Miller, Rennie Jaeger, Priscilla Costopolos, Linda Karlov, Bob Burnstein, Myra Matheson, Judy Kroon, Fran Harris, Yvette Lemieux, Linda Benson, Emil Lazar, Dan Weiner, Karen Vedder, Ken Matzick, Jim Slack, Sue Warda, Carolyn Burzick, Ginny Thomas, Karen Stryker, Liz Staple- ■feld, Larry Katz, Bob Mark, Pat McAvoy, Judy Iverson, Nancy Kretchmar, Steve Olmsted, Stu Portney, Dick Choinowski. seniors approach greater responsibilities. The future so near at hand, seems to have arrived almost too soon. All our past activities remain in our minds as mere memories, never to recur again except in retrospect. Always present, however, will be friends and acquaintances who ex¬ perienced similar joys and sorrows, and who worked with ideas and patterns, com¬ mon only to seniors of one particular graduating class, the graduating procession, the Homecoming and Christmas dances, the Prom, college boards, final exams — all these become part of the past; but now our eyes are focused on the future — thoughts become reality. ELIZABETH ABBINK G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Bowling Mgr, 4; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Pins and Pans 2,3, Sec.-Treas.3 CRAIG ABBOTT Hi-Y 4; Hall Monitor 4. AL ABRAMS SSM 2. VALERIE ACCOMANDO French Club 2. JOEL ADELMAN Hi-Y 2; S.S.S.H. Asst. Chr. 4, Monitor 2. MICHAEL ADLER Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 3, Alt. 2,4: H.R. Treas. I, Vice Pres. 2; Racket Squad 4; SSO 2, SSM Asst. Chr. 4; Spanish Club 2; District Science Fair I; Radio Club 1,2,3, Vice Pres. 3. EVA ALBRECHT G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; SSO 4; Typing Lab Supervisor 4; Pins and Pan I. HOWARD ALDER Student Council 2, Pres. 2; Intermediate Band I; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N 3,4; Basketball I, Shield I; Baseball I, Shield I; Wrestling 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4, State Wrestling Competition — 2nd Place 4; " N " Club 3,4. JACQUELINE AUNG Student Council Alt. 3; Spotlighters 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2. DIANE ALLISON H.R. Pres. 2; G.A.A. 3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 2,4; 100% Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4. SUSAN ALPORT National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Pin 3; Blue Honor Certificate 2; Student Council Alternate I; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Minor Letter 2; Ski Club I ; SSD 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Golden Galleon Guild 3,4; Executive Board 4; Future Teachers Club I; Ushers Club 3,4; French Club 2,3; Pins and Pans Club I; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Honor Board 4. ARLENE.AMBROGIO Cabinet Alt. I; Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Pins and Pans Club 2,3. BRENT ANDERSON Transferred from Senn High School, Chicago 3; Bowling Club 2. KAY ANDERSON Bronze Pin 3; Cabinet Alt. 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Monitor 2; Latin Club 2,3,4; District Science Fair 2; National Honor Society 4. KEITH ANDERSON Football I; Baseball I; Basketball 3,4; Shield I; Hi-Y 2,3,4; SSO 4; German Club 2. LAVERNE AHRENS Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad I; SSO 3; Personal Service Monitor 2; Pins and Pans 2. MARILYN AHRENS Intermediate Orchestra I, Concert Orchestra 2,3,4; Gold Pin 4, Loreleis 2; Musicale Steering Group 4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,4; Reflections Crew 4; German Club 3,4, Sec. 3. MARY JANE AIELLO National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Pin 3, Blue Honor Certificate 2; Cabinet Alt. 4; Art Council 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Executive Board 3,4, Tennis Manager 3, Volleyball Manager 4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSD Asst. Chr. 4; Spanish Club 3,4; District Science Fair I; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. JUDITH ARONSON Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad 1,4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Span¬ ish Club I; Future Nurses 4; Pins and Pans 4. JEANETTE ARTELT Band 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Pins and Pans 4. ALLISON ASCHER Transferred from McArthur H.S., Decatur 3; Wrestling I; Track 2; SSO BOB AUER Swimming 1,2. RAY BACCI Cabinet 1,2; Baseball I. FRANK BAER Transferred from McArthur H.S., Decatur 3; Wrestling I; Track 2; SSO Chr. 3. BETTY-ANN BARBER Student Council 1,2,4; Orchestra 1,2, Choir 4, Vivace 2,3,4, Gold Pin 3; G. A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSO 3; Monitor 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Pins and Pans 2,3; Future Nurses 4; Big Sister 2. ROSALIE BARBERA H. R. Vice Pres. 3,4; Glee Club I; Play Crew I; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; 100% Club 3,4; Pins and Pans Club 2. CYNTHIA BAREN Cabinet Alt. I; Glee Club 1,2,3; Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; SSO Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 3; French Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 3. 122 SANDRA ANDERSON G.A.A. 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Foreign Lanquarqe Club 2. STANLEY ANDERSON National Honor Society 3,4; German Club 4; Math Seminar 2. SUSAN ANDERSON Glee Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad 1,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Committee Chr. 2; SSO 4. NETTIE LOU ANDREWS Beginning Band I; Intermediate Band 2, Concert Band 3,4, Letter 3, Orchestra 4, Pin 4; G.A.A. 1,3; Math Seminar 2; Pins and Pan 2,3. LINDA ARBETMAN Student Council, Alt. 2; Spotlighters 2,3,4; G.A.A. I; French Club 2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Wrestling Mgr. I; Baseball Mgr. I; " N " Club 4. NEIL ARDEN Transferred from Sullivan High School, Chicago 2; Glee Club 2, Choir 3,4; Musicale 4; Personal Service Monitor 4. SAMUEL ARNOFF Masque and Gavel Society 3,4; Band I, Musicale 4; National Thespian So¬ ciety 3,4, Spotlighters 3,4, Play 3, Fall Play 3,4, Reflection Revelries 4; Wrestling 1,2; SSSH Chr. 4; Personal Service Monito r 4; Latin Club 1,2; A.V.A. Club 1,2,3; Spring Play 4. DENISE ARONSON Personal Service 2,3,4; Future Nurses 2. WILLIAM BARKER Glee Club I; Track 1,2,3,4; Major Letter 3,4; " N " Club 4; SSM 2. KATHY BARKEY Transferred from Assumption H.S., Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin 4; Cabinet Alt. I; Glee Club 1,2; SSSH Rater 4; Pins and Pans 2. JOHN BARR Transferred from St. George, Chicago I; Choir I; SSO Monitor 3. BONNIE BARRON Cabinet I; Glee Club 2; Thespians 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Director 3, Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Spanish Club 2. RODNEY BARTELS Cabinet Alt. I; Tennis 2,3,4. Major " N " 4; Track I; German Club 3; Physics Club 3; Chess Club 2. SUSAN BASOFIN Transferred from Von Steuben H.S., Chicago, 2; H.R. Treas. I; Spotligluers 2; SSO Alt. Head Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 1,4; French Club 2,3,4. MIKE BASS Football 1,2,3,4; Swimming 1,3; Track 1,3,4; " N " Club 4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, SSSH Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2. NOREEN BAUMGARTNER G.A.A. 2; Future Nurses 2; Pins and Pans 4. SYDNEY BECKER Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 2,3; German Club 2. JUDI BEGUN Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 4; Student Council 2,3; Glee Club 3, Choir 2,3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3; SSM Monitor 3; Spanish Club 12; Future Teachers of America 1,2,3; Community Service League 1,2,3; Synchronized Swim Club 2,3; Servettes 1,2,3; SSO Monitor 4. LAWRENCE BEILIN Transferred from Washington H.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 2; Football I; Baseball Major " N” I; Track 3,4, Major " N " 4. WENDY BELGARBO Student Council 2; Cabinet 3; Hi-Y Citizenship Award 3; Glee Club 2,3, Choir 3,4, Gold Pin 4, Vivace 3,4, Pres. 4, Musicale 2,3,4, Executive Board 4; Reflections Revelries 2,3; Cheerleader 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; G.A.A. 2,3; Tri- Hi-Y I; SSSH Sec. 3, SSM Monitor 4; Latin Club 4; Future N urses Club Sec. I; Big Sister 2. CAROL BENDEL Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet Alt. 3.; H.R. Secretary-Treasurer 1,3; Art Council 4; Glee Club 2, Loreleis 2, Choir 3,4, Choral Gold Pin 4; Vivace 3,4, Musicale 2,3,4, Steering Group 4; G.A.A. I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Hall Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3. SUSAN BENNETT Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Gold Pin 4, Vivace 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y I; German Club 2,3. LINDA BENSON Transferred from Maine Township H.S., Park Ridge, I; Honor Certificate 1,2; Bronze Pin 3; Cabinet 4 Homecoming Committee Chr. 4; Glee Club 1,2, Musicale Crew 3; Stagecrafters I, Treasurer I; Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. Board 2,3, Volleyball Manager 2, Tumbling Manager 3, Bowling League 3,4, Pin I, Minor Letter 2 Major Letter 3; Racket Squad 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4 ; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor I; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Ushers Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 4; National Honor Society 4. RAYMOND BENSON Chess Club I. RONALD BENSON Personal Service Monitor 3; Chess Club I. SANDRA BENSON Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4. DIANE BERGER Spotlighters I; Fall Play Crew 2,3, Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; SSM Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Library Monitor 3; French Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. . Future Teachers 1,2. IRA BERGER Student Council 1,3; Baseball I, Minor " N " ; Football 1,2; Executive Board of SSO 4, Head Supervisor SSSH 4, SSM 2, SSD Supervisor 3, SSD Head Supervisor 4; Student Union Board 4; German Club 2,3; Big Brother 2. LINDA BERGQUIST G.A.A. 3,4. MARGO BERKSON Art Council 4; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 4; Spanish Club I. SHARON BERLIN G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 2; Pins and Pan 4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4. IRWIN BERMAN Musicale Crew 4; Spotlighters 2,3,4; German Club 3,4; Physics Club 3,4, Electronics Club 4. BRUCE BERNBERG SSO Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 3; German Club 2,3,4; Physics Club 4; Chess Club 2, Treas 2. ELEANOR BERNSTEIN Masque and Gavel Club 4; G.A.A. I; Personal Service Monitor 4. FRANK BERNSTEIN Transferred from Bowen H.S., Chicago 4; Boys ' Bowling 1,2,3; Hall Monitor 1,2,3; SSM Monitor 4; Spanish Club 1,2; A.V.A. 1,2,3. HOWARD BERNSTEIN National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze Pin 3, Honor Certificate 2; Student Coun¬ cil Alt. 2,4; National Thespian Society 3,4, Spotlighters 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, Spring Play 2,3, Crew 2,3, Gold Pin 4; SSO Monitor 2; German Club 2,3,4; Fine Arts Club 4; International Relations Club 4; State Science Fair 2, Math Seminar 2. MARY ANN BERT Transferred Neenak H.S., Neenak, Wisconsin I; G.A.A. I; Tri-Hi-Y 2. BRUCE BETTEY Cadet Band 2, Intermediate Band 2; Tennis 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4; SSM Monitor 4, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Student Union Monitor 4. DONALD BEXTEL Football I; Racket Squad 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4; SSO Monitor 2,4; Latin Club 2,3; SSM Monitors 4. RALPH BIANCHI Football 2; Wrestling 2,3. ROBERT BLACKSTONE Industrial Arts Club 4. PATRICIA BLAISDELL Cabinet Alt. 3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; SSD Asst. Supervisor 4; SSM Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3,4; 100% Club 3,4; Future Nurses Club I. ALICE BLANCK G.A.A. I; Future Nurses I. BRIAN BLENDER Hall Monitor 2; Ski Club 3. PATTI BLESER Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S., Wilmette 2; Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Pins and Pan Club 1,2. ELISSA BLITSTEIN Transferred from Hyde Park H.S., Chicago 3; National Honor Society 1,2; Student Council Alt. 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Spring Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew Chr. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; School Newspaper Re¬ porter, Artist, Copygirl 1,2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Office Helper 1,2; Biology Lab Assistant 2; Science Fair 2; SSO 4. ED BLUMENTHAL Transferred from Hirsch H.S., Chicago I; Honor Certificate 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Gymnastics 3; Personal Service Monitor 2,3; SSM Monitor I; Latin Club 1,2. BOB BOHN H.R. Pres. I; Student Council 2,3,4, Alt. I, Executive Board 4, Committee Chr. 4; Spring Play 4; National Forensics League 4, Varsity Debate 4; Baseball 1,2; Feature Editor of Nile-Hilite 4; SSO Monitor 2; Student U nion Monitor 4; Latin Club 3; Quill and Scroll Society 4, Golden Galieon Guild 2,3,4; Inter¬ national Relations Club Sec. 4. LAWRENCE BOLON Hi-Y 2; SSSH 4; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. ROBERTA BOLON Spotlighters 3; G.A’.A. 1,2; Minor Award 2. STEVEN BOOKSHESTER National Honor Society 3,4, Honor Certificate 2; H.R. Pres. 3; Reflections Revelries 4; Basketball Mgr. 2,3, Minor Mgr. " N " 3; Reflections Staff 2,3,4, Sports Editor 4; SSM Supervisor 4, EPIC Chr. 4; Student Union Board 4; Homecoming Committee Director 4. JAMES BOOSALES Student Council 4; H.R. Pres. 1,2, Vice Pres. 3; Hi-Y Citizenship Award 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Basketball 1,2, Shield 1,2; Baseball 1,2, 3; Minor " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Hi-Y 3,4, Pres. 4; SSSH Chr. 3, SSSH Asst. Chr. 3,4, SSD Supervisor 3, EPIC Chr.; Personal Service Monitor 2; Student Union Board 4; Latin Club 1,2; Big Brother 2. IDA BOSHUIS Transferred from Meisjes H.B.S. in Haalem, Netherlands; Student Council 4; Choir 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 4. SHARON BOSTON Transferred from Marywood H.S., Evanston I; Glee Club 1,4; G.A.A. I; Latin Club I ; French Club 3. WAYNE BOYAJIAN Student Council Alt. I; German Club 3,4; Physics Club 4. JAMES BOYESEN Student Council 1,2,3, Vice Pres. I, Alt. 3; H.R. Pres. 1,2,4, Vice Pres. 3; " N " 4, Basketball 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3, Major " N” 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Major Minor " N " 2; " N” Club 4; SSO 3,4, Chr. and Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4. JOAN BRANDENBURG Cabinet 2; Spotlighters 1,2,3; Thespians 3,4; Spring Play 1,3; G.A.A.- I; Tri- Hi-Y 2; French Club I. KARYN JOY BRANDZEL Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 3; Honor Club 1,2; Glee Club 1,2; Monitor 1,2; Future Teachers of America 1,2; Exponents Club 2. BARBARA BRAUN H.R. Sec. I; Loreleis 2, Vivace 3,4, Sec. 3,4, Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Musicale 4, Steering Group 3,4, Choral Gold Pin 4, Asst. Publicity Director for the Musicale 3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Big Sister 2. SUSAN BRAVERMAN Student Council I; Spring Play Crew 2; SSH Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 2,4. BETTE BREEN Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 3; Austin • Student Government I; Glee Club 1,2; Ballet 1,2; Ticket Sales Committee 1,2; Ushers Club 2,3; Future Teachers of Tommorrow I; Exponents Club I; Yearbook Staff 1,2,4; Attendance Office 1,2. SHARON BREI Cabinet 2, Alt. I; Reflections Revelries 4; G.A.A. I; Twirlers 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad I; SSO 4; Personal Service Monitor I. BARRY BRODY Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago 2; Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3, Spanish Club 3; National Honor Society 4. LEE BROMBERG , ,, Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 2,3,4-; Cabinet Alt. I; Frosh Soph Shield 2; Swimming I; Football 1,2; SSSH Assistant Chairman 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; German Club 2,3,4; President of International Relations Club 3,4; Biology Club 2; Science Seminar 2; Math Seminar 2; Chess Club I; National Honor Society 4. PATRICIA BRONIS Tri-Hi-Y I. SHERRIE BRONSTEIN H.R. Sec. I; French Club 2,3,4, Executive Board 3, Vice Pres. 4; Future Teachers of America 1,2,4; National Honor Society 4. GERALD BROWER Cabinet 2,3; SSM 4; Astronomy Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 2; District Science Fair 2,3, State I; Chess Club 1,2. ALFRED BROWN CAROLYN BROWN Gold Pin 4; Glee Club I; Spotlighted 3,4, Treas. 4, Play 3; Spring Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Letter 3; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSM Monitor 3; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 3,4; Spring Play 4; Musical Crew 4; Thespians 4. ELAINE BROWN Blue Honor Certificate 2; Reflections Revelries 4; Glee Club 1,2; Racket Squad 4; SSM Monitor 4; Senior Yearbook Staff 3,4, Co-Chr. 4; Spanish Club 4; 100% Club 4; District Science Fair 2; Modern Dance Club 1,2. HARVEY BROWN Student Council I; H.R., Pres. I, Vice Pres. 2; Football I.2.3.4; Wrestli ' ng 1,2,3; Baseball I; " N " Club 4; SSSH Chr. 3,4, Monitor 3; Student Union Monitor 4; Latin Club 2; Physics Club 3,4, Science Fair I. HOWARD BROWN Musicale Crew 3; Steering Group 4, Musicale 4, Intermediate Band 1,2, Con¬ cert Band 3,4, Marching Band 3,4, Band Letter 3; Spring Play Crew 3; Wres¬ tling I; German Club 1,2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; District Science Fair 2. BONNE BRUSIN n r Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago I; Student Council I; H.R. Sec. 4, Glee Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2; SSO Monitor I; Rater 4. LYNNE BUBLICK Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago 2; Student Council I; Cabinet 2,3, Glee Club 2,3; Fall Play Crew 2; Newspaper Staff I; Yearbook Staff I; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,4; Hall Monitor I. WILLIAM BUCHHOLZ Student Council 4; Cabinet 2; H.R. Pres. 2; Basketball Manager 2,3, Manager Shield 2; Hi-Y 2; SSSH Chr. 4; Student Union Monitor 4; German Club 2; Track 4. SUSAN BUCHLER Transferred from Carl Schurz H.S., Chicago, 4 Student Council 2; Band 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3, Intramural Sports 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 3; Division Sec¬ retary 1,2,3, Library Helper 1,2, Teacher ' s Aide 1,2,3; German Club 2,3; Play-reading Club 2; Checkers Club 2. AL BURLINI Transferred from St. George H.S., Chicago, 3; Cabinet 4; H.R. Treas. I; Baseball 1,2, Basketball 1,2; Football I, Minor Letter ' ; Wrestling 3; SSSH Chr. 3,4, Asst. Chr. 4, SSM 3. ROBERT BURNSTEIN Cabinet 4, Parliamentarian 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 1,2; German Club 1,3; A.V.A. Ciub 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4. CAROLYN BURZIK Transferred from St. Scholastic H.S., Chicago, 2; Student Council Alt. 3; Cabinet 2,4; Glee Club 2,3; Reflections Revelries 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3 4- SSO 3, SSSH Sec. 4. DIANE BUSH Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad I; French Club 1,2. JOAN CALLENS Glee Club I; G.A.A. 2; SSM 3, SSO Rater 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4; French Club 2; 100% Club 3,4. GLENN CARLSON Gymnastics 2; Hi-Y 2,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Student Union Board Monitor 4. WILLIAM CARR Bronze Pin 3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Frosh Shield I, Major " N " 2,3,4, Co-captain 3; Golf 1,2, Frosh Shield I, Minor " N " 2; " N " Club 2,3,4; SSSH Chr. 3,4, Supervisor 4; Student Union Monitor 4; National Honor Society 4. PAUL CASBARIAN Band 1,2,3,4; Tennis I; Spanish Club 2. RON CATELLIER Transferred from Foreman H.S., 2; Concert Band 1,2,3; SSM 4; A.V.A. 1,2. WILLIAM CAULFIELD BRUCE CECH Transferred from Notre Dame, 3; Student Union Board 4; Cross and Anchor Club 2. AMANDA CHAGARES G.A.A. 1,2,3; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club I. JAMES CHANG Transferred from Lane Technical H.S., Chicago, 2; National Honor Society 3,4; International Relations Club 4. GEORGE CHECHOPOULOS Astronomy Club, President 3. GLORIA CHERRY Masque and Gavel 4; G.A.A. 2; SSO Monitor 2; Fine Arts Club 4. STEVEN CHESTER H.R. Pres. 1,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Cross Country 1,3; Golf 2; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; Personal Service Monitor 2. RICHARD CHOJNOWSKI Transferred from Lane Technical H.S., Chicago, I; Cabinet 4; Cadet Band I, Concert and Marching Band 2,3,4, Silver Pin 3,4; Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries Crew Chairman 4; Science Fair 1,2. DAVID CHRISTENSEN Student Council 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Gold Pin 3; Football I; Base¬ ball Mgr. 3; Racket Squad 4; Student Union Monitor 4; Science Seminar 2,3,4. LOUISE CHRISTENSEN Student Council Alternate 2: H.R. Sec. I; Glee Club 1,2,3, Minor Choral Award 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2,4, Minor Award 2; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO 4, SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Ushers Club 4; Latin Club 1,2,3. CYNTHIA CHRISTIANSEN Student Council Alt. 3; Cabinet Alt. 1,2,3; H.R. Vice-Pres. 2; Con- Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; French Club 1,2; Future Nurses 2. MICHAEL CHRISTOPOULOS Transferred from De Paul Academy, 2; Latin Club 2; Industrial Arts Club 3. MARSHALL CLAASSEN Student Council Alt. 3; Cabinet Alt. 1,2,3; Homeroom Vice Pres. 2; Con¬ cert Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Gold Pin 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Big Brother 2. PATRICIA CLEBURNE Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Musical Steering Group 4, Wardrobe Director 4; Minor Choral Award 2, Choral Silver Pin 4; G.A.A. 2,3. LARRY COHEN Transferred from Von Steuben H.S., Chicago, 3; Hall Monitor 1,2. SHELDON COHEN Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 2; Cross Country 2; Gymnastics 1,2; German Club 2, Spanish Club 3. Rep. 3; Coin Club I. STEVEN COHN Transferred from Kelvyn Park H.S., 3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; German Club 1,2; Science Club 1,2; Physics Club 3; Jazz Club I; Spring Play Crew 4. STEWART COHN Transferred from Tuley H.S., Chicago 3; Student Council 1,2; Musicale Crew 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; Basketball 1,2; Monitor 1,2; Spanish Club 4; Science Fair 2. JAMES COLITZ Debate Club I; Football Manager 3, Minor " N " 3; Baseball Manager 3; Spanish Club 2,3; SSSH Monitor 4. WILLIAM COLEMAN Student Council Alt. I; Art Council 2,3; Hall Monitor 2,4; Spanish Club 2. LYNDA COMITOR Student Council Alt. I; Spotlighters 1,2; Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO Sec. 2, Rater 4, SSD 3,4; French Club 2,3; Big Sister 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2,3,4. DAVID CONNELL MARILYN COOPER Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S., Chicago, 3; Chorus 1,2; G.A.A. 4; C.I.S.C.A. 1,2; Fine Arts Club 3. RONALD COREY Bronze Pin 3; Student Council Alt. 4; Tennis Team I, Minor " N " I; SSO Chr.. 4, SSO Monitor 2; German Club 2; District Science Fair 2; National Honor Society 4. ELOISE CORMAN Cabinet 2, Alt. 1,4; H.R. Sec. I, Treas. 2; Glee Club 1,2,3, Loreleis 2; Spotlighters 1,2; Racket Squad I; Spanish Club 2,3; Big Sister 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; SSO 4. PRISCILLA COSTOPOLOS Student Council I; Cabinet 2,4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 2,4; SSO Receptionist 3, SSD Asst. Head Sec. 3, SSM Head Sec. 4, SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Big Sister 2. MARTHA COUNCIL Student Council 3,4; Honor Board 4; G.A.A. I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSM 4; Student Lounge Committee Chr. 4. KERMIT CREAGER Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3; Industrial Arts Club 3. DENNIS CROSBY Transferred to Birmingham, California 3, Transferred to Niles 4; Cabinet 2; All League 2nd Team 4; Basketball 1,2, Captain 4, Major " B " 4; Foot¬ ball 2,3, Major " N " 3; Baseball 2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3 SSO Chr. 3, Asst. Chr. 3. WILLIAM CROWLY Cross Country 1,2. SHEILA CUNNINGHAM G.A.A. I; Racket Squad ITri-Hi-Y I; SSO Monitor 2; Pins and Pans Club 2. COLLEEN CURTISS Spring Musicale 2; Fall Play 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 2. GEORGE CUSER Student Council 3,4; Track I; Hi-Y 2,4; S.S.S.H. Chr. 4; S.S.O. Monitor 2. RAYMOND CYBURT ARTEMIS DAGLAS Cabinet Alt. 4; Glee Club 2,3, Minor Choral Award 3; Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSSH Chairman 4, Sec. 4; French Club 2; Science Fair I. IRIS DAGLAS Glee Club 2,3, Minor Choral Award 3; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSSH Sec. 4; French Club 3. DENNIS DAHL Student Council Alt. 3; Cabinet Alt. 1,2; Band I; Choir 4; Swimming, Minor " N " I; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2. NANCY DAHLIN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Future Nurses Club 1,2, Pres. 2; Pins and Pans Club 1,2,3; SSO Rater 4. JAMES DAHLQUIST Radio Club 2,4; Chess Club I. SUSAN DALEN Student Council Alt. 1,4; Cabinet 3; H.R. Sec. 2; Spotlighters 1,2; Pres. 2; Reflections Revelries 3, Crew 4: G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Spring Play Crew 4; National Thespian Society 4. LAWRENCE DALLIA Honor Certificate 2; Illinois Boy ' s State 2; Spotlighters 2; Swimming I; Racket Squad 4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; SSSH Chr. 3,4, SSM 2; Latin Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4. VICTOR DAVID Student Council Alt. I; H.R. Vice Pres. 2; SSM Monitor 4; German Club 2; Science Fair I, Physics Fair 3. MICHAEL DAVIDSON Magazine Drive Award 1,2; Basketball Mgr. 3; SSM Monitor 2,3. ANN DAVIS Student Council I; Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,4; Spanish Club 4. BARBARA DAVIS Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 2; Student Council Alt. 2; H.R. Sec. 2, H.R. Pres. 3; Glee Club Sec. 4; Scholastic Art Award 4; SSO Sec. 3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; French Club 1,2. BRONSON DAVIS Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 3, President 3; H.R. Pres. 1,2,3,4; Foot¬ ball 1,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Basketball 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Gymnastics 3, Minor " N " 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y 1,4; Treas I; SSO Executive Board 4; SSD Supervisor 3; Union Board 4; Vice Pres. 4; Latin Club 1,2; Big Brother 2; National Honor Society 4. ROBERT DAVIS A.V.A. Club 1,2,3,4; Industrial Arts Club 3. ROBERT DECK Student Council 4; Cabinet 2; Baseball I. Shield I; Football 1,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Gymnastics 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 3,4; S.S.O. 3.4. NANCY DELL ' ARINGA Cabinet 2; Glee Club 2, Loreleis 2, Vivace 3,4, Choir 3,4, Musical 3,4, Gold Choral Award 4; Reflections Revelries 2,4; Cheerleader I; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSSH Sec..3,4; SSM Monitor 2; Homecoming Court 3; Big Sister 2. DOMINIC DeMARTINO JR. Transferred from St. Patrics H.S., Chicago I; Baseball I; Bowling I; Hall Monitor I; Spanish Club I; A.V.A. I; Holy Name Society I. MARIA DEMAS Glee Club 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,4; SSM 3,4; Latin Club 2. SHARON DEMLOW Cadet Band I; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,3; SSM Monitor 3; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2; Ushers Club 3. WILLIAM DENKMAN Student Council, Sgt. at Arms 3; H.R. Vice-Pres. I, H.R. Pres 2; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; Basketball 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Golf 2,4, Major " N " 4; " N " Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Racket Squad 3; Hi-Y 3; SSO Exec. Board Chr. 4, Head Supervisor of SSM 4, SSD Supervisor 3, SSO Chr. 3, SSO Asst. Chr. 3, SSO Monitor 3; Student Union Board 4; Latin Club I; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Big Brother 2. MARY ELLEN DES ENFANTS Transferred from Immaculate He art H.S., Los Angeles, 2; Glee Club I; Personal Service Monitor 4. ELAINE DETHLEFSEN Transferred from Elgin Academy, Elgin Illinois 3; Bronze Pin 3, Jr. National Honor Society 2; Chorus 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Racket Squad 1,2,3; Science Award 2; Fine Arts Club 2. RHONDA DEUTSCH Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Racket Squad I. KAREN DeVEIRMAN G.A.A. I. BRUCE DILG Student Council I; Cabinet 2,3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Wrestling 3,4, Minor " N " 3.4; Track 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Swimming 2; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y Treas. 2; SSSH Chairman 3,4, SSM Supervisor 4; Student Union Board 4; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. PATRICIA DINGMAN Future Nurses Club 3,4. CAROLE blTKOWSKY Student Council 2. Alt. 4: G.A.A. 1,2,3: Ski Ciub 2: Tri-Hi-Y 2,3: SSD Chr. 4, SSSH Sec. 3, SSO Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3; 100% Club 4. ROBERTA DJIDICH Cabinet Alternate I; Glee Club 1,2; Choir 3,4; Vivace 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 3; Spanish Ciub 4; Drama Club I; Fine Arts Club 4. DENNIS DOBROWOLSKI Cabinet Alt. I; Glee Club I; Football 1.2,3,4, Major " N " 2, Captain 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N” 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N“ Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; SSSH Chr. 3, SSM 3; Big Brother 2; A.V.A. 3,4. LYNDA DONER Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Chorale Silver Pin 4; Musicale Steering Group 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Fall Play Crew 1,2; Spring Play Crew 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2,4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Future Nurses Club 1,2. DEAN DONILE Cabinet 1,2,3,4, Pres. 1,2, Vice Pres. 4; H.R. Pres. 2; Football 1,2; Racket Squad 3; SSD Supervisor 3, SSSH Chr. 3,4; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; Union Board Monitor 4; Big Brother 2; Latin Club 2. JUDITH DORMAN Student Council Alt. 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO 3, Monitor 2, SSM 3; German Club 2,3; Biology. Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4. JOYCE DRESSEL Personal Service Monitor 4. JOAN DRITLEIN Future Nurses 4; Pins and Pans I; Cherry Pie Contest Winner 4. WILLARD EAMES Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 3; Football 4; Wrestling 4, Minor " N " 4. DONALD EDWARDS Transferred from Noire Dame High School, Niles,. 2; Bowling I. BARBARA EHLERS G.A.A. 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y I; Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; German Club 2; Spanish Club 4. KENNETH EHRENSAFT Cross Country 3,4, Minor " N " 3; Gymnastics 2,3,4, Minor " N " 3; Hi-Y 2,4; Gymnastics 4, Major " N " 4; Track 3,4. PHILIP ERHENSAFT Student Council 1,3; President of Senior Cluss 4; Swimming I, Frosh- Soph Shield I; Tennis I; SSD 3; Student Union Board 4; Biology Club, Pres. 2; Foreign Affairs Club 4; National Honor Society 4. DOROTHY EIDENBERG G.A.A. 3; Pins and Pans 2. DONALD EILERS Student Council I; H.R. Pres. 4; Gymnastics 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Football 1,2; Track 1,2; SSM 4. NOREEN EINSWEILER Transferred from Mallinckrodt High School, Chicago, 3; Latin Club 1,2; Sodality of Mary 2; Apostleship of Pray Society 3. ELIZABETH EISCHEN Cabinet I, Alt. 4; H.R. Sec. 1,2; Honor Board Sec. 4; Spotlighters I, Fall Play 3, Crew 4; G.A.A. 3; Racket Squad 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; SSSH Sec. 3, Head Sec. 4 Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 3; Union Board 4; German Club 1,2; Big Sister 2; Ushers Club 4. OLIVE DUBMAN Girls ' Glee Club 2; Fall Play Crew 4, Reflections Revelries Crew 4, Spring Play Crew 2,3; Personal Service Monitor 4- Teachers of Tomorrow I. SUSAN DuBOFF Homeroom Sec. 4; Debate Team 4; Masque and Gavel 3,4; Glee Club 1,4; Steering Group 4; Spring Musical 4; Racket Squad 4; SSD 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3.4; Ushers ' Club 4. SEYMOUR DuBOW Cabinet Alt. 3; Debate 3,4, Masque and Gavel 3 4; Band 2; Cross Country 3; Hi-Y 2; SSSH Supervisor 4; Student Union Board 4; Biology Club 2, District Science Fair 2; A.V.A. 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Spring P}ay 4. BEVERLY DUFFEY H. R. Treas. 2; Glee Club 4; G.A.A. I; SSM Monitor. MARVIN DUREN Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3,4, Choral Silver Pin 4. DONNA DURSTON Transferred from Brookfield H.S., Brookfield. Wise. 3; Student Council 2; First Annual Speech Contest 3; Chorus 3, Glee Club 3; Spring Play Crew 3, Ushers Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Racket Squad 1,2,3; Senior Year¬ book Staff 4; SSSH Rater 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club I, 2, Latin Club 3; Charm and Modeling Club I. JOAN DZIADULA H.R. Sec. 4; Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band 2, Concert Band 3; Spot- lighters 1,2,3,4, Play Crew 1,3, Fall Play Crew 2,3, Spring Play Crew 2,3; National Thespian Society 3,4; G.A.A. I; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club I; 100% Club 3, Treas. 4 BRUCE EALES Student Council Alt. I ; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4; Hall Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. NANCY EAMAN Fall Play Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Racket Squad 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4; SSO Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Spanish Club 3; Teachers of Tomorrow. SANDRA EISENBERG Cabinet Alt. 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Latin Club 3; Golden Galleon 4; Spring Play Crew 4. SAMUEL EKSTEIN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 4; Band 3; Fall Play 4, Spring Musical Crew 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; Football Camera Man 2,3; SSM 2,3,4; Football and Basketball Ticket Sales 2.3; A.V.A. 1,2,3; Thespians 4. JACQUELINE ELKE Student Council Alt. 2; H.R. Sec. 2, Pres. 3,4; Glee Club I; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Pins and Pans Club 2. ELAINE ELKIN Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 4; Ski Club I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Spanish Club 3. ELLEN ELKIN Glee Club 2,3, Choir 4; Spotiighters 2; Ski Club I. STEPHEN ELKINS Student Council 2, Alt. 3; Swimming 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Track 2, Shield 2; SSSH Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Math Seminar 2. ANITA ENBERG Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 2, Alt. 3; Fall Play Crew Chr. 3; Reflections Revelries 2,4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,2,3,4; Tri-Hi- Y 1,2,3,4, Treas. 2, Sec. 3,4; SSSH Sec. 3, Personal Sec. 4; Student Union 3.4, Corresponding Sec. 4; Honor Board 4; Homecoming Committee Chr. 4; Choral Gold Pin 4. PAMELA ENGSTROM H.R. Sec. I; Musical Festivals 1,2,3,4, Crew 2,3,4, Chr. 4, Musicale Steering Group 4, Vivace 3,4, Treas. 4, Loreleis 2, Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2, Choir 4, Gold Pin 4; Reflections Revelries Crew ,2,3,4; Play Crew 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1.2.4, Exec. Board 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4, Chaplin 2; SSSH Sec. 3,4, SSO Monitor 4, SSO Exec. Board Clerk 3,4; Latin Club 2, German Club 3; Science Fair 2; Golden Galleon 3,4; Future Nurses Club 4; Ushers Club 2,3. JAY EPSTEIN Transferred from Lake View H.S., Chicago, 2 Honor Society I; Student Council Alt. 2; H.R. Pres. 1.2; Debate 4; Band I; Glee Club I; Masque and Gavel 4; Football I; Wrestling I, Minor " L " I; Baseball I; SSO Asst. Chr. 4; SSO Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 3; A.V.A. 2. GEORGE ERICKSON Glee Club I. CAROL ESMAIL Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 3; G.A.A. I; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Personal Service Monitor 3,4. TOBY ETTINGER Cabinet I, Alt. 4; Glee Club I; Thespians 4; Fall Play 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 1.2; Racket Squad I; Monitor 2; German Club 1,2; Ushers Club 4; Spring Play Crew 4; LARRY EVANS Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, I; Bronze Pin 4; Student Council Alt. I; Debate Team 4; Masque and Gavel 4, Trustee 4; Monitor 2,4; SSM; French Club 1,2; District Science Fair I, Physics Club 3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; A.V.A. 2,3,4; Foreign Relations Club 4; National Honor Society 4. MYRNA EVANS Cabinet I; Racket Squad I; SSO A st. Chr. 4; French Club 2; 100% Club 3; Big Sister Alt. 2. SHARON EVEY Glee Club I; Hall Monitor I. PENELOPE FLAGERSTROM H.R. Sec. 3, Treas. 4; Orchestra 1,3,4, Letter 3, Pin 4, Musical Steering Group 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. RICHARD FAHEY Industrial Arts Club 4. ROBERT FAJNOR H.R. Vice Pres. 2; SSM Monitor 2,4. MARVIN FEINBERG Transferred from South Shore H.S., Chicago, 2; Intermediate Band 2, Concert Band 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; A.V.A. 1,2,3, ROBERT FEINBERG Gold Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3, National Honor Society 3, Harvard Book Award 3; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3, Chr. Honor System 4; Masque and Gavel 4, National Forensic League 4; Racket Squad 3,4; Inter¬ national Discussion Seminar 4, Executive Board 4; Radio Club 1,2,3,4, Pres. I; Unity Board of Nilehi I; Foreign Exchange Student Committee I; Science Seminar 2,3,4; Mathematics Seminar 2; Pres. 2; Chess Club I. MICHAEL FEINZIMER Student Council 2, Alt. 3; H.R. Pres. 2,3; Student Council Fund Driye Award 2; Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3,4, Musicale 4; Basketball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 2; Baseball 1,2,4, Minor " N " 2; SSO Asst. Supervisor 4, Chr, 4; Persona 1 Service Monitor 2; Latin Club 3. JEFFREY FELDSTEIN Transferred from Lane Technical H.S., 4; Intramural Rep. 2; Monitor 2; Discipline Aide 2; Spanish Club 2,3. MICHAEL FENN Student Council 3; Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band 2; Baseball 3, Minor “N” 3. JEANNE FERDMAN Cabinet Alt. 2; Spotliqhters I; G.A.A. I; Monitor 2; French Club 2. RONALD FICKS Student Council Alt. I; Baseball I, Shield I; SSM Monitor 3, SSSH Chr. 4; Student Union Monitor 4. SUSAN FIMOFF BARBARA FIRMISS Art Council 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Ushers Club 4; French Club I; Magazine Drive High Sales and Certificate Award 2. WILLIAM FISHER Transferred from Arlington High School, Chicago 2; Cabinet 3; Track 1,2; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " N” Club 3,4- SSM Supervisor 3,4; SSSH Chr. 3,4; Personal Service Monitor Captain 2. CAROL FLAHERTY Student Council 1,3,4; Glee Club 1,2, Loreleis 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Reflections Revelries 1,2,3,4; SSO Chr. 4; Cheer¬ leader 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Hi-C I. NANCY FOCHT Student Council Alt. 3; National Thespian Society 3,4; Fall Play 3, Spring Play 3; G.A.A. 2; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Pins and Pans Club 4; Ushers Club 3; Spring Play Crew 4. ROBERT FOGEL Golf I; Spanish Club I. THOMAS FORD ADRIENNE FRANCE Student Council 1,2,3; Spotlighters 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; SSSH Sec. 3; Monitor 2. TAMARA FRANK Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 2; H.R. Pres. I, Vice Pres. 2; Ski Club I; SSSH Sec. 3, SSM 3, SSD Chr. 4; Future Nurses Club 2; Ushers Club 4. JOHN FRANKS Student Council Alt. I; SSSH Chr. 4, SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2. MARY ANN FREDA National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze. Pin 3, Blue Honor Certificate 2; Re¬ flections Revelries 4; G.A.A. 1,3,4, G.A.A. Board 4; Racket Squad I; Yearbook General Staff 2,3,4, Editor-in-chief 4; SSM Monitor 3; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 2. ALLEN GAIN SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Spanish Club 2; Future Teachers of Tomorrow 4. KENNETH GAtLAHER Cabinet Alt. 2; Band I; Track I; Gymnastics 2,3; " N " Club 3,4; SSM 4; Student Union Monitor 4; Industrial Arts Club 2. GLORIA GALSKY Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. Board 4, Major Letter 3; Reflections Revelries 4. NATALIE GANS Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 2; Bronze Pin 3; Fall Play Crew 3; Orchestra 2; G.A.A. 1,2; S.S.M. 4; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; German Club 1,2, French Club 3; Science Club I; Future Teachers 2; National Honor Society 4. JUDITH GARCIA Masque and Gavel Club 3,4; G.A.A 1,3,4; SSM 4; Russian Club 4; Pins and Pans Club 2. ROBERT GARRO Band 1,2; Masque and Gavel Club 4; SSO Monitor 4; Latin Club 2,3; Astronomy Club I; Biology Club 2. RICHARD GEISLER Transferred from Steinmetz High School, Chicago, 2. SANDRA GELFAND Tri-Hi-Y I; Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 3. ALLAN GERBER Tennis I; SSM Monitor 3, SSSH Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 4. 134 NINA FREED Student Council 2, Alt. 4, Committee Chr. 2; Thespians 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Co-Chr. 4, Reflections Revelries 3,4, Co-Chr. 4, Spring Play Crew 2,3, Minor Dramatic Award 4; Racket Squad I; Senior Year Book 4; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3; Spanish Club Rep. 3, Sec. 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; SSSH Rater 4; Spring Play Crew, Co-Chr. 4. SHARON FRERES Cabinet Alt. 2; Glee Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I; Spanish Club I. FRANKLIN FRIEDMAN Bronze Pin 3, Honor Certificate 2; Debate Team 3, Masque and Gavel Society 4; SSSH Chairman 4; German Club 1,2,34; A.V.A. Club 1,2,3,4, Amateur Radio Club 1,2, Sgt. at Arms I; District Science Fair I, Astronomy Club Club 4, Biology Club 2; National Honor Society 4; Personal Service Monitor 4. JOAN FRIEDMAN Transferred from Sullinvan H.S., Chicago, I; Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3; Glee Club 2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 3.4, Gold Pin 4, Minor Role in Musical 3, Steering Group 4; Spotlighters 1,2,3; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO Receptionist 4, SSM Monitor 4; French Club 1,2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow I ; National Honor Society 4. MARSHA FRIEDMAN Cabinet I, Alt. 2; H.R. Sec. 2; G.A.A. 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3; Big Sister 2. RANDY FRIEDMAN Cabinet Alt. 2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I. RENA FRYDE Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 4; G.A.A. I; SSM Monitor 1,2,3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3. JAMES FUNG Transferred from Hyde Park H.S., Chicago, I; Student Council 3; Glee Club 2; Baseball 2; Football 2,3,4, Major ”N " 3,4; Wrestling 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 3,4, President 4; SSH Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Student Union Monitor 4. MARLA FUTTERMAN Transferred from Senn, Chicago, 3; Mixed Chorus 3, Glee Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Bowling Club 3; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Personal Service Monitor 1,3; Spanish 3. SYDNEY GOLDBERG Student Council 4; Glee Club 1,2,3; Spotlighters 1,2; Fall Play Crew Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Latin Club 1,2. ENID GOLDEN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2. LINDA GOLDFARB H.R. Sec. I; Scholastic Art Award 4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Spotlighters 1,2. Sec. 2; Fall Play Co-Chr. Stage Crew 3,4, Co-Chr. Prop Crew I, Spring Play Co-Chr. Stage Crew 3,4, Reflections Revelries I, Co-Chr. Stage Crew 3; G.A.A. I. PAUL GOLDMAN Track 1,2,3,4; Major " N " 2,3; Basketball 2,3, Minor " N " 2; Cross Country I; ”N " Club 3,4; SSSH Chr. 3, SSM 3,4; Science Seminar I; Math Seminar I ; Radio Club I. SUSAN GOLDMAN Cabinet I; Glee Club I; G.A.A. I; Swim Club I; SSO Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3; 100% Club 3. ARLA GOLDSTEIN G.A.A. 4. GERALDINE GOLDSTEIN Art Council 2; Musicale 1,2,3,4, Crew 1,2, Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Spring Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Ski Club 2; Personal Service Monitor 4. LORETTA GOLDSTEIN Bronze Pin 3, Gold Honor Certificate 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Stu¬ dent Council Alt. 2; Debate Club 2; Orchestra 3,4; Spotlighters 1,2; Fall Play 3; Racket Squad I; German Club 2,4, Vice Pres. 4; Science Fair 1,2; Golden Galleon Associate Member 4. ROBERTA GOLDSTEIN National Honor Society 3,4; Honor Certificate 2; Bronze Pin 3; Student Council I; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Chairman 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; Senior Year Book Staff 4; SSO Monitor Captain 2; Latin Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; Sprrng Play Crew Chr. CAROL GHIONZOLI Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago 3; Glee Club 3; Symphonic Choir I; Mixed Chorus I; G.A.A. 1,2; Pins and Pans 4. BARBARA GIBSON Student Council Alt. 1,4; Cabinet 3; H.R. Pres. 1,2, H.R. Sec. 4; Ushers Club 4; Twirler 1,2,3,4, Concert Band Twirler 2,3,4; Reflections Revelries 4; Latin Club I; SSO Rater 4. KEITH GLADING Masque and Gavel 3,4; Musical Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 3,4; Fall Play Crew Chr. 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Thespians 4; District Science Fair 1,2; Science Seminar 2; Biology Club 2; Math Seminar 2; Chess Club I. SUSANNE GLASS . , H.R. Sgt. at Arms 2; Spotlighters 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Major N 3; Racket Squad 1,2,3; German Club 1,2,3; State Science Fair I; Future Nurses Club 2; National Honor Society 4. PAULETTE GLAUDE Cabinet 1,2; Big Sister 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Latin Club 2,3; Future Nurses 3,4; G.A.A. 3. ROBERT GLAZER SSSH Chr. 4; Student Union Board Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2. SHARON GODEMANN Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 3. MARY LEE GODFRIAUX Bronze Pin 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Choral Silver Pin 3; Musical Crew 2,3,4, Chr. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Bowling Mgr. 4, Major Letter 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Treas. 4, German Club 4; Biology Club 2, State Science Fair 2; National Honor Society 4. MARCIA GOLD Cabinet 2; Spotlighters 2,3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2,3; Ushers Club 4; Future Nurses Club 2; SSO Rater 4. SANDRA GOLDSTEIN Thespians 4, Fall Play Crew 3,4, Chr. 4, Spring Play Crew 2,3, Reflections Revelries 3,4, Floor Mgr. 4; Nilehilite Typist 4: Personal Service Monitor 4; Latin Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2.3.4 Vice Pres. I, Pres. 2,3, Treas. 4; Spring Play Crew Ass ' t. Dir. 4. LESLIE GOLEMBO Transferred from Austin High School, Chicago, 4; Jr. Choir I, Orchestra I; Track Team I; Swim Team 2: Hall Guard 2; Exponents Club I. MARILYN GOODING Cabinet 3; Glee Club 2: G.A.A. 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2. JOEL GOODMAN Transferred from South Shore High School, Chicago, 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; SSM 2; Latin Club 1,2. STUART GOODMAN Monitor 2; Astronomy Club 1,2,3, Science Fair 1,2; Chess Club 1,2. ADRIENNE GORDON Transferred from Sullivan High School, Chicago, 3; H.R. Sec. 2; Choir 1,2; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; French Club I; Library Ass ' t. 4. ALLEN GORDON Transferred from Senn H.S., 3; Student Council 2; Bowling Club 2; Hall Monitor 2; Student Lounge Monitor 4; Phy sics Club 2; Radio Club 3,4; Aviation Club I. JOAN GORDON H.R. Vice-Pres. 1,2; Spotlighters 4, Thespians 3,4; Fall Play 3, Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 1,4; SSM Monitor 4, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Masque and Gavel Sec. 3,4. NORMAN GORDON Football I; Tennis I; Personal Service Monitor 2; German Club 2,3; Biology Club 2. STEWART GORENSTEIN Cabinet 1,2; Student Council Alt. 3; Debate Team 1,2,3,4; National Forensic League 4; Masque and Gavel 1,2,3,4; Trustee 1,2. TERRENCE GORMAN Nilehiltie 3,4, Asst. Sports Editor 3, Sports Editor 4. DENISE GOSS National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze Pin 3, Honor Certificate 2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO Monitor 2; German Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Science Fair I, Math Seminar 2, Treas. 2; Silver Clipper Board 2, Golden Galleon 3,4, Co-Editor 4. BARBARA GOULD Student Council I, Alt. 3; Cabinet 2; Art Council Treas. 2; Glee Club 2; Spotlighters 2; Fall Play Crew 2,4; Racket Squad 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club 3. DIANA GOUSH Student Council 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Swim Club I; Horsebackriding 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; German Club 3,4. ARNOLD GREEN Student Council Alt. 4; Track 2,3; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. MARCIA GREEN Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I; Spanish Club 2,3; Pins and Pans Club 4. FERN GREENBERG H. R. Sec. 3,4; Glee Club I; Spotlighters 2; Fall Play Crew 2; Racket Squad I; SSO Monitor 3; Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 2. JOY GREENBERG Transferred from Hirsch High School, 3; Bronze Pin 3; Jr. Honor Society I, 2; Student Council 1,2; Art Award 2; Glee Club 1,2; Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Aquatic Aces 2; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Moni tor 1,2; Math Club 2; Thespians 4. DALE GREENE Student Council Alt. I; Girls Glee 2,3,4; Spotlighters 2; Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. I; Library Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2. GARI-SUE GREENE Student Council Alt. I; Glee Club 2,3; Musical 2,3, Musical Festivals 2,3 A.V.A. 3,4. JUDITH GREENSPON Glee Club I; Spotlighters 2; Fall Play Crew 2; Racket Squad I; SSO Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Science Fair 2. TEDDY GREGORY Thespians 3,4; Fall Play Crew Chr. 3, Spring Play 2,3, Crew Chr. 3, Re¬ flections Revelries 4- SSO Monitor 2; Spring Play Crew 4; Musical 4. MARY GRIEBELL Transferred from Niles Twp. H.S., I, Transferred from Grant Community H.S., Fox Lake, 2; Glee Club 2; SSM Monitor I; Personal Service Monitor I. REID GROSKY CLARETTE GROSS Transferred from Maine Twp. H.S., Park Ridge, 4; Student Council 2,3; H.R. Sec. 2,3; Variety Show 3; Tri-Hi-Y 4; SSO Personal Sec. 4. JEANNE GRUBB Transferred from Maine Township H.S., Des Plaines, 2; SSM 4. CHARLENE GUNN Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 2; G.A.A. 4; Monitor 4. JANET GUSTAFSON Glee Club 1,2,4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Future Nurses Club I. MAURICE GUSTIN Swimming I ; Gymnastics 2. LARRY GUTBROD LEONARD HALPERIN H.R. Sec. I, Vice-Pres. 2, Pres. 3. ROBERT HALPERN Transferred from South Shore H.S., Chicago, 2; Hi-Y 2; ROTC I; Rifle Team I. REED HALVORS EN Cabinet 3,4, Second Vice Pres. 4; Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Club 4; Hi-Y 2; SSSH Chr. 4, SSM 3; Student Union Board 4. NEAL HANDWERKER SUSAN HANSEN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Swim Club 1,2, Sec. 2; Cheerleader 3,4’ Racket Squad 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; SSO 3,4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Reflections Revelries 2,3,4 ROBERT HANSON Transferred from Loyola Academy, Niles, 4; Football I. GEOFFREY HARDEL Football I, Shield I; Gymnastics 2, Shield 2. BRIAN HARDT Gymnastics 2,3,4 Major " N " 4: Industrial Arts Club 2. CAREDITH HARRIS Spotlighters 1,2; Spring Play Crew 2, Fall Play Crew 3,4, Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1.2; Racket Squad I; SSSH Sec. 3, SSD 4, SSM 4; French Club 3; 100% Club 2,3.4. FRAN HARRIS Student Council 2; Cabinet 3,4; Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 3,4, Choral Pin 3; Musicale Minor Ro ' e 3 Crew 4, Steering Group 3,4, Executive Beard 4, Fall Play 3, Spring Pay 2,3, Reflections Revelries 3,4; National Thespian Society Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1.2; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club Executive Board 2; SSSH Sec. 4; Spring Play 4. MICHAEL HARRIS RICHARD HARRIS Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4. BARBARA HARRISON G.A.A. 2; Tri-HiY I. HILAIRE HARTMAN Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 3; Honor Club 1,2; Student Council Alt. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Racket Squad 2- Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3; Year¬ book 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers Club 3,4. SANDI HARTMAN Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 2; Student Council I; H.R. Treas I; Masque and Gavel Society 3,4- Glee C ub 1,2,3 4, Certificate 3, Musical Steering Group 4; G.A.A. I; Pep Cub I, Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; Asst. Cheerleader I; Asst. Twirler I: Spanish Club 2; Science Club I; Pins and Pans 4. PAUL HAWKINS Transferred from R.H. King H.S., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2; Student Council Alt. 4- Band I; Football 1,3; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3. GERALD HEALY Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 2; Monitor I; R.O.T.C. 1,2. RANDY HEDSTROM Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2; Gymnastics 2; Basket¬ ball, Manager 2; Hi-Y 4. CARY HEHN H.R. Vice Pres. 3; Football 1,2; Swimming 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 4. BARBARA DEE HENDRIKS G.A.A. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 4; Spanish Club 4. BARBARA HENDRICHS Twirling 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I. CONRAD HAUSER Transferred from St. John ' s Military Academy, 3, Delafield, Wis.; Football 1,2; Golf 1,2,3; Hockey 1,2,3; Bowling Team 2,3; School Paper 1,2. RONALD HAUSER Gymnastics 2; Reflections Revelries 1,4; Journalism Work Shop Photographer 3; Industrial Arts Club 3. JAMES HAWKINS SUSAN HENRY Cabinet I; H.R. Sec. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSM 2. ARLENE HERBOLD Transferred from Austin High School, Chicago, I; Student Council 3,4; Cabinet 2; Glee Club 1,2,3; Reflections Revelries 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; SSO Rater 3,4; SSM Monitor 4; German Club I, Spanish Club 2; Science Fair 2; College Club I; American Girl Club I; Art Class Pres. I. PAUL HERRMANN Band 1,2. MIRAH HERZOG H. R. Sec. I; Spotlighters 1,2,3 Sec. 3, Gold Pin 3, Student Director, Spring Play 2, National Thespian Society 3,4, Vice Pres. 4, Fall Play Chr. 3 Business Mgr. 4, Spring Play Director of Crews 3,4; Reflections Revelries Business Mgr. 4, Crew 3; G.A.A. I, Pin I; Racket Squad 4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSSH Rater 4, Sec. 4- French Club 2; 100% Club 2,3,4; Science Fair 2; Big Sister 2. C. CARL HESS Transferred from Wheatridge High School, Denver, Colorado, 2; Student Council I; Art Council 2; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2. NANCY HIBBERT Student Council Alt. 3; Girls ' Glee 1,2,3; Fall Play 2,3, Spring Play Crew I, 2,3, Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSD Asst. Supervisor 4; Spanish Club 4. DONALD HIGGINSON SSM Monitor 2. GLENN HIGGS SSM Monitor 3; Industrial Arts Club 3. LOUIS HILFMAN Cadet Band I; Swimming 1,2, Track I, Football 2; SSO; SSM 2,4; German Club 2; Biology Club 2, SSM Monitor 4. LOUANNE HOGAN Band 1,2,3, Concert 3; G.A.A. 2. SUSAN HOJNACK Glee Club I; 100% Club .3,4. JOAN HOKE Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 4; Cabinet Alt. 2; H.R. Sec. 1,2; Orchestra 3,4, Intermediate I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 3,4; Ripplettes I; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3. DANIEL HILLS Transferred from E. J. Toll J.H.S., Glendale, Cal., 2; Student Council 4; H.R. Vice Pres. 3; Art Council 2; Football 3,4, Minor " N " 3; Track 2; Hi-Y 4; SSO Asst. Chr. 4; Monitor 1,2; Foreign Lang uage Club 2; Service Club I. PATRICIA HILLSBERG Spanish Club 4; Future Nurses Club 2,3 4, Correspond ing Sec. 2, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Pins and Pans Club 4. MARILYN HIRSH National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze Pin 3, Honor Certificate 2; Student Council Alt. 4; Art Council 2,3,4, Pres. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Yearbook Staff 2.3,4, Editor of Special Events Section 4; SSO Personal Sec. 4, Library Service 1,3; State Science Fair 2; Ushers Club 4. BRUCE HIRTE Transferred from Notre Dame H.S., Niles, 2; Cabinet 3; H.R. Pres 3; Basketball 1,3, Mgr. 4; Track 4; Cross Country 4, Minor " N " 4; Hi-Y 4, Sgt. at Arms 4; Student Union Monitor 4 - Industrial Arts Club 3. PETER HOAG Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2; A.V.A. Club 1,2,3,4. JOYCE HODGES Student Council Alt. 4; Cabinet 3, Alt 1,2; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Chr. 2; SSSH Asst. Head Sec. 3; SSO Personal Sec. 4, SSM Monitor 2; French Club 3. MICHAEL HONIG Student Council I; Marching Band 2,3; Fall Play 4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Student Union Monitor 4; French Club 1,2, Exec. Board 2; Science Seminar 2 3 4- International Relations Club 4; National Honor Society 4. DAVID HOWARD Student Council 2; Basketball I, Shield I; Track I, Shield I; Golf 2, Minor " N " 2; Cross Country 1.2,3,4, Captain 4, Major " N " 4; " N " Club 3,4; SSO Asst. Chr. 3, SSM 3: Big Brother, Pres. 2. WILLIAM HUTCHINGS Ski Club I; Bowling 2,3; German Club 2; Chess Club 2. HELENE HYMAN Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad I; Spanish Club I. GERALD IRWIN Student Council Alt. 2; Intermediate Band 1,2, Concert Band 3,4, Orchestra 4. RICHARD ISEL Student Council 3, Alt. 2; Cabinet I; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4; Track 2; N Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2; SSO 3,4, Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4, SSM Monitor 2; Student Union Monitor 4; Latin Club 2; Big Brother 2. JUDITH IVERSON r . Student Council I, Alt. 2; Cabinet 4; H.R. Pres. I, Sec. 2,3; Glee Club 1,2; Loreleis 2, Music Certificate 2, Reflections Revelries 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Big Sister 2. VALERIE IVERSEN , A|1 0 u D Transferred from Schurz H.S., Chicago. I; Student Council Alt. 2; H.K. Treas I; Reflections Revelries 4; Ripplettes Swim Club I; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2 SSO 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4; Big Sister 2. JANICE JACOBS , _ , Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 2, Alt I; G.A.A. 1,2,4, Modern Dance Club ?• R rkfi+ Sauad I; SSO Monitor 3. SUSAN JACOBSEN Transferred from Taft H.S., Chicago; Student Council 2; G.A.A. 2,3. ROGER JACOBSON Science Seminar 3,4; Mathematics Seminar 2; Chess Club 2; Radio Club Pres. 4; National Honor Society 4. RENATA JAEGER Student Council 3; Cabinet Alt. I; Band I; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Chr. 4. MICHAEL JANIS Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Crosscountry I; Track 1,2,3; Football 2, Frosh-Soph Shield 2; Band I; Hi-Yi I; German Club 1,2. JUDITH JENKINS Spotlighters 2,3; Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 2; Racket Squad I; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSM Monitor 4; German Club 2,3; 100% Club 2,3,4; Ushers ' Club 2. MARIANNE JENSEN G.A.A. 1,2,3,4- Personal Service Monitor 2; 100% Club 3. BEVERLEY JOHNSON Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSO Monitor 2; Pins and Pans 4. BRIAN JOHNSON BARBARA KALFEN Bronze Pin 4; Student Council I; Cabinet Alt. 4; Glee Club I; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad 2; SSM 2; Personal Service Monitor 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 3; Fine Arts Club 4, Board 4. KENITH KALITOWSKI Transferred from Augusta Military Academy, Staunton, Virginia, 3; Swimming 1,2; Baseball I; AMA Cotillion Club 3. LYNN KALMIS Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, I; G.A.A. 2,4; SSM 3; Spanish Club 2. PAUL KAMENSKY Bronze Pin 3, Blue Honor Certificate 2; H.R. Pres. I; Baseball 1,3, Minor " N " 3; SSSH Supervisor 4, SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4; SSO Monitor 2; Student Union Monitor 4; State Science Fair 2; Biology Club 2. JEFFREY KANOFSKY Baseball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3; Physics Club 3. DOROTHY KAPCHINSKI Tansferred from Immaculata H.S., Chicago, 2; Glee Club 2,3,4, Minor Choral Award 3. EMMA JOHNSON SSM Monitor 3. GORDON JOHNSON SSO Asst. Chr. 3,4. JOANNE JOHNSON Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet Alt. I; Glee Club I; Spanish Club 2; 100% Club 4; SSM Monitor 4 JUDY JOHNSON Spotlighters 1.2,3,4, Thespians 4; Fall Play Crew 2,4, Spring Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3; Pins and Pans 2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 4. LYNN JOHNSON Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Music Festival 1,2,3,4, Music Certificate 2; Fall Play Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 1,3,4; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4; SSO Sec. 4; Golden Galleon Guild 3. RONALD JOHNSON Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3; Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet I; H.R. Pres. 1,2; Cross Country I, Shield 2; Basketball I, Shield I; Track 1,4; Gymnastics 2,3, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y 4; SSSH Chr. 4; Ger¬ man Club 2,3; Math Seminar 2; Science Seminar 2,3; Physics Club 3. RONALD JORND Student Council Alt. 2; SSM 3, Asst. Chr. 4; Industrial Arts Club 2,3. KAREN JOSEFSON Gold Honor Certificate 2; Bronze Pin 3; Glee Club 2; Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Personal Service Monitor 4; 100% Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4; SSO 3; Musicale Crew 4. JUDITH KADISH Student Council 3,4; Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2,3,4. ADRIAN KAPLAN Transferred from Kelly H.S., Chicago, 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4. BEVERLY KAPLAN Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 3; Honor Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4; College Club I. MYRA KAPLAN Transferred from Calumet H.S., Chicago, 2; G.A.A. I, Board I; Personal Service Monitor I; Latin Club I. SUSAN KARDOFF Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., I; G.A.A. 1,4; Bowling Club I; Tri-Hi-Y |; Monitor I; Spanish Club I; Future Business Leaders I; Pins and Pans 2. BARBARA KAREL Cabinet Alternate 3; Racket Squad 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Spanish Club 1,2. La VERNE KARLESKY Glee Club I; G.A.A. 2. LINDA KARLOV Bronze Pin 3; Student Council Alt. I: Cabinet 4; Spotlighters 2; Spring Play Crew 2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; Homecoming Committee Chr. 4; National Honor Society 4. IRENE KARPMAN National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze Pin 3, Certificate 2; Student Council Alt. 3; H.R. Pres. 4; Vivace 3.4, lintermediate Band 1,2, Concert Band 3,4, Pin 3, Orchestra 4, Loreleis 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3, Representative 3; 100% Club 3,4; Ushers Club 2,4; Spring Play 4. THOMAS KARR Spanish Club I, German Club 2; Spring Play Crew 4. GAYLE KASTIL Student Council Alt. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Ushers Club 3; Pins and Pans Club 3; SSSH Sec. 4. EDWARD KATIEN Glee Club 2; Gymnastics 2; SSM 2; Spanish Club 3; Industrial Arts Club 1,3. BARBARA KATZ Transferred from University of Chicago H.S., Chicago, 2; National Honor Society 3,4; Cabinet 4; H.R. Pres. 2; Baseball Team I; Hall Monitor I; Chess Club 2. MELINDA KAUFMAN Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet I; National Thespian Society 3,4, Recorder 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Chr. 3, Publicity Co-ordinator 4, Spring Play Crew 2,3, Chr. 3, Reflections Revelries 3,4, Chr. 3, Publicity Co-ordinator 4. G.A.A. I; Swim Club I; Racket Squad 4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSSH Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3, Service Fair 2; Big Sister 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 2,3,4, Sec. 4; Magazine Drive High Sales Award 2. MARGOT KELLER Transferred from Regina Dominican High School, Chicago, 3; Personal Service Monitor 4. SANDRA KEMP Student Council Alt. 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; French Club 2. ADRIENNE KENNEDY Bronze Pin 3; Cabinet 2,3; Glee Club I, Musical Steering Group 3, Vivace 3,4, Choir 4; Racket Squad I; Student Union Board 4; Prom Committee Chairman 3; SSSH Sec. 3; Nilehilte Reporter 3, Editor 4; Silver Clipper 1,2, Golden Galleon 3,4; District Science Fair 2; French Club 2. FREDERICK KILCULLEN SSM 2. JUDITH KIRSCHNER H.R. Pres. I; Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2,3,4, Orchestra 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2,3; Racket Squad 3; Reflections Revelries 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Science Fair 2,3; Big Sister 2. ROBERT KIRSHNER Cabinet 3; Swimming Team 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4; " N " Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 2; French Club 2; AVA Operator 1,2; Fine Arts Club 2. 142 Student Council Alt. I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSSH Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 1 , 2 . DAVID KATZ Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4; SSSH Chr. 3. LAWRENCE KATZ ELIZABETH KISO Student Council I; Spring Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSSH Sec. 3, SSO Personal Sec. 4, SSM 2,3; Latin Club 3; National Honor Society 4. JAMES KITCH LINDA KLAVETER Cabinet I; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y I. BARBARA KLEIMAN G.A.A. 2; Monitor 2; SSO 4; Spanish Club 2. FRANCES KLEIN Transferred from Bowen H.S., Chicago, 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Hall Monitor 2; Library Staff 1,2; Future Nurses Club 3. JUDITH KLEIN Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 2; Art Council 4; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Chr. 4, Spring Play 2,3, Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 4; Newspaper Salesman 1,2; Registration Aid 1,2; German Club 1,2. LEON KLEIN Transferred from Hamilton H.S., California, 3; Student Council 3; H.R. Pres I; Swimming Team 3; SSM 2,3; Spanish Club 3. JEAN KLEINMAN Transferred from Austin H.H., Chicago, 4; Student Government I; Choir 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Austin Times Representative 2; Hall Monitor 1,2,3,4; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; Spanish Club 3; Exponents Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow I. PAUL KLINGBEIL Transferred from Saint George H.S., Evanston, 2. RONALD KLOPP Beginning Band 2; SSO Monitor 2,4; Personal Service Monitor 3. McClelland knight Chess Club 1. RONALD KOEHLER JACQUELINE KOFOED Bronze Pin 3, National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council 4, Sec. 4; Cabinet 2, Parliamentarian 2; H.R. Pres. 2, Sec. 4; Glee Club 2; Reflections Revelries 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Riplettes Swim Club 1,2; Racket Squad 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; SSM Head Sec. 3; Student Union Board 4; Big Sister 2; D.A.R. Good Citizen Award 4. BARBARA KOLDERUP Glee Club 2, Loreleis 2, Vivace 3,4, Choir 3,4, Musical Executive 3, Steering Group 3,4, Musical Cast Manager and Director 4, Minor Choral Award 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 2; SSM 4; Student Union Board 4; Spanish Club I; Ushers Club 4. JACQUELINE KOMAR Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSM Monitor 2; Pins and Pans Club 4. ALAN KOOPERMAN GREER KOSDON Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, I; Gold Honor Role Award 2; Bronze Pin 3; H.R. Sec. I: Glee Club 2,3,4, Orchestra 2, Silver Music Pin 4, Executive Board, Musical 4; Spotlighters 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y I; Senior Year Book Staff 3,4, Co-Chairman 4; French Club 2,3,4; Biology Semiriar 4; Ushers Club 4; Junior Red Cross I; National Honor Society 4. ROBERT KOSEOR Basketball 2, Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 4; SSM 3. KENT KOTTMEIER Track 1,3,4; Bowling 2,3,4; SSO 3, Monitor 2; Homecoming Committee Chr. 4. ' ARLENE KRAMER Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S., Wilmette, 4; Class Pres. 2; Chorus 2,3; Drama I. JEANETTE KRAITSIK Transferred from Barrington Consolidated H.S., Barrington, 3; Student Council Alt. 4; Cabinet Alt. 4; Masque and Whig 2; Glee Club I; SSO Monitor 4. ROBERT KRAMARCZYK . 0 _ ri A . Marching Band 2,3,4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Intermediate Band 2; Rejection Revelries 4; Spring Play Crew 3; Radio Club I. MARGO KRAUS Glee Club 3; Racket Squad 2; Personal Service Monitor 2,3. STEPHEN KREINICK n , ., .. . Monitor 2; German Club 2,3,4; Math Seminar 2; Radio Club 1,4; National JOSEPH KREMER Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 3,4, Alt. 4; National Forensics League 1,2,3,4, Degree of Honor 4, Debate Team 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Masque and Gavel 4, Executive Board 4; Spotlighters 2, Spring Play 2; SSM 3, SSO Asst. Chr. 3,4, Latin Club 4; Physics Club 3.4; Silver Clipper Association 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Chess Club I. NANCY KRETSCHMAR Student Council I, Alt. 2; Cabinet Alt. 4; Reflections Revelries 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Racket Squad 1,2,3; SSSH Sec. 3, Rater 4,SSM 2,3,4, Hall Monitor 2, SSD 4; Spanish Club 2,3. LAURIE JEAN KROGER Transferred from Amundsen, Chicago, 3; Student Council 1,2; Chorus Sec. 2, Musicale 4; Play crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club 1,2; Science Seminar 2; Golden Galleon 4. LARRY KROLL , A A Student Council Alt. 3; H.R. Vice Pres. 3; Wrestling 2; SSSH Chr. 4, Asst. Chr. 4, SSM 3; Latin Club 2. GLORIA KRONE Transferred from Mather H.S. Chicago, 3; Hr. Sect. 1,2; G.A.A. I; Personal Service Monitor I; PTA Rep. 2. JUDITH KROON Silver Pin 4, Gold Honors Certificate 2; Council 2; Cabinet 3,4; H.R. Vice Pres. 2; Play Crew 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Nilehilite Staff 2; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Personal Sec. 4, Asst. Head Sec. SSSH 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Latin Club 1,2,3, ec. 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 2; Big Sister 2; National Honor Society 4. MYRa KRUGLY Transferred from Oskaloosa Senior Choir I; Pep Club 1,2,3; Hi-Tri Chi Delta 3. H.S., Oskaloosa, Iowa, 4; Glee Club I, 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Teachers Club 1,2; VALERIE KRYSKI r n , Cabinet Alt. 3; Spring Play Crew 2; Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries crew 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSD 3; SSM 4; SSO Ratler 4; Personal Qarwiro Mnnitnr 2 3: Soanish Club 3,4. LINDA KUEBLER Transferred from Half Society 3; Twirling ma murals 3; French Club Hollow Hills H.S., New York, 4; National Honor jorette 1,2, Volleyball Intramurals 2, Basketball Intra- 1,2; Math Club 1,2, Advanced Math Club 3. LLOYD KUEHN Transferred from Highland Park H.S., Highland Park, 3; H.R. Pres. I; Scholastic Art Award I; Basketball 1,3; Football 2,3; Golf 2,3,4; Track I, Mgr. I ; Wrestling 2,3,4; " N " Club 4; Hi-Y 4. WAYNE KUEHN Astronomy Club 1,2,3. LARRY LAIN Transferred from Lane Tech H.S., Chicago, 3; Student Council 1,2 Crew Team 2,3; Intramural Sports 1,2, Wrestling Team 3,4; R.O.T.C. Cracl Drill Platoon 1,2; SSO 4. SANDRA LAING Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Musicale Crew 3; G.A.A 4, Tri-Hi-Y. ROBERT LAMME Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Cross Country 3; " N " Club 3,4; SSSH Supervisor 4, Chr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 3; AVA 1,2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 4. MYRNA LANDERMAN Transferred from Oak Park-River Forest High School, Oak Park, I; Girls Glee Club I; SSO Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2. RICHARD LANTZ Cabinet I; Wrestling I; SSSH Chr. 4, SSM 2; Arts Club 2. LARRY LASCODY Intermediate Band I; Swimming 2; Cross Country 4; Track 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 4; Hi-Y 4; Personal Service Monitor 2. NANCY LEE LA SCOLA Transferred from Foreman H.S., Chicago, 2; Student Council 2; Fall Play Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Social Service Club 2; National Honor Society 4. ROCHELLE LASKOV Cabinet 1,2, Alt. 2; H.R. Sec. 3,4; Girls Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 2; SSM 4; Spanish Club 3; Big Sister 1,2. BARBARA LAURSEN Transferred from North Park Academy, Chicago, 3; G.A.A. 4; Racket Squad 1,4; Pins and Pans 4; Future Nurses Club 3,4, Sec. 4; Nu Pi Delta I; Baseball 4. SUSAN LA VAY Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2. DIANNE LAYDEN Transferred from Peckham H.S., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, I; Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 3,4, Musicale 3,4, Steering Group 3; Spotlighters 2; Re¬ flections Revelries 4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,2; SSO 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club 2,3; Golden Galeon 2,3,4. JOHN LAZAAR Hi-Y 4; SSO Monitor 4. EMIL LAZAR Cabinet 4; Orchestra I; Hi-Y 2,3,4; SSO Asst. Chairman 4; Student Union Monitor 4. LESLIE LEARNER Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 4; H.R. Vice Pres. I; Fall Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelries Crew 3, Spring Play 3, Musicale Crew 3; G.A.A. 2,3, Pin 2; Racket Squad I; SSM 4; Student Lounge Monitor 4; German Club 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4. MARILYN LEES Cabinet 3, Alt. 4, Prom Committee 3; Masque and Gavel Society 3,4, Sec. 3; Girls ' Glee 1,2, Loreleis 2, Choir 3,4, Musicale 1,3,4, Silver Pin 4; Spot¬ lighters 2; SSSH Personal Sec. 4, Ass ' t Chr. 4; French Club 1,2,3,4; State Science Fair 2; Ushers Club 4. CAROLINE LEHMAN G.A.A. 2,3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 3,4. JUDITH LEHMAN Girls ' Glee I; G.A.A. 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 3; SSM 3, SSO Sec. 3; Pins and Pans 2, Treas. 2. SANDRA LEMANSKI Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Ushers Club 4. YVETTE LE MIEUX Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 4; Homemaker of the Year Award 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Horseback Riding Mgr. 3,4, Tumbling Mgr. 2, Major Letter 2, Second State Letter 3; Personal Service Monitor 2; 100% Club 2,3; Science Fair 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2, Sec. 2. JOY LEON Bronze Pin 3; Cabinet Alt. 3; Fall Play Crew 2,3, Chr. 2, Spring Play Crew 2,3, Reflections Revelries Crew Chr. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Pin 3; Racket Squad I; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2,3; Ushers Club 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2,3,4. JANICE LEROY Transferred from Foreman H.S., Chicago, 3; Spanish Club 1,2; National Honor Society 4. JEFFREY LEV Golf 2,4; Minor " N " 2. BARBARA LEVIN Modern Dance Club 2; Racket Squad I; Spanish Club 1,2. ROBERT LEVIN Student Council Alt. 4; Blue Honor Certificate 2; Cross-Country I; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major ”N " 4; SSSH Chairman 4; Monitor 4; Latin Club 1,2. ELLEN LEVINE Honor ' s Certificate 2; Student Council Alt. I; Girl ' s Glee I; G.A.A. 4, Modern Dance 4; Ski Club I; SSM Monitor 4, Ass ' t SSD 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4. SUSAN LEVINE Bronze Pin 3; Student Council Alt. 3; Spotlighters 1,2; Spring Musical 4; Reflection Revelry Cast 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board Member 4, Swim Club Manager 4, Letter 4; SSSH Sec. 3, Period Sec. 4; Spanish Club 3; Ushers Club 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2,3; National Honor Society 4. WILLIAM LEVISON Glee Club I; Spotiighters 3,4: Fall Play Crew 3; Copy editor of Nilehilite 4; French Club I. MANYA LEWIN Transferred from Lakeview H.S., Chicago, I; Girls ' Glee Club I; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Cheerleader I; Personal Service Monitor 1,3,4; SSSH Rater 4. ANNEMARIE LIBERTI H.R. Vice Pres. I, Treas. 2, Sec-Treas. 3; Reflections Revelries 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Pin 2, Minor Award 3, Vice Pres. 4, Basketball Mgr. 3; Spanish Club 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. CONCETTA LICAUSI G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y I. PATRICIA LIPPENS Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2; 100% Club 2,3,4, Sec. 3, Editor of Paper 4. MARION LIS Student Council 2, Alt. 3,4; Art Council 2; G.A.A. 1,3; Racket Squad 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Chaplain 4; SSO 3,4, Head Sec. 3; Student Union Board 4; Epic 4; Scholastic Art Award 2. LAWRENCE LISSNER Honor Certificate 2; Student Council 1,2, Alt. 3; Racket Squad 4; Latin Club 2,3, Board 2; Chess Ciub I; Biology Club 2, Vice-Pres. 2; Foreign Affairs Club 3,4. THOMAS LITTLE Transferred from North Hills H.S., Pittsburgh, Pa., 3; Auto Shop 2. GLENN LOCKWOOD Industrial Arts Club 1,2,3,4. RITA LUBECK G.A.A. 1,3,4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3; Spanish Club 3. CAROL LUEDER Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Gold Pin 3, Musicale 2,3,4, Steering Group 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad I ; French Club 3; Science Fair 1,2; Teachers of Tommorrow I. 146 SHARRON MANN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. DENNIS MANZARDO Cabinet Alt. 2; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Wrestling 1,2, Minor " N " 1,2; " N " Club 3,4; SSH Chr. 3; Student Union Monitor 4; Big Brother 2. FERN MARCUS Cabinet I, Alt. 2; Glee 1,2; SSSH Sec. 4; SSSM 4; French Club 2; Big Sister 2. ROBIN MARCY Football 3; SSO Supervisor 4, SSO Monitor 2,3, SSSH Chr. 4; Spanish Club 2. PETER MARINES H. R. Pres. 2; Wrestling I. BARBARA MARIO Transferred from Amundsen H.S., Chicago, 3; Student Council Alt. 3; Masque and Gavel Society 3,4; Concert Orchestra 1,2, Glee Club 4, Musicale I, 2,4, Steering Group 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Hall Monitor 2,4. ROBERT A. MARK Transferred from Hirsch H.S., Chicago, I; Bronze Pin 3, Junior Honor Society I; Student Council I, Alt. 2; Cabinet 3,4; H.R. Pres. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Spotlighters 2,3, Vice Pres. 3, Thespians 3,4- Fall Play 3; SSSH Supervisor 4; EPIC Committee 4; Placement and Adjustment Asst. I ; Homecoming Com¬ mittee Chr. 4, Junior Prom Committee 3; Spanish Club President 2; Movie Club (; National Honor Society 4. MARSHALL MARNSTEIN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., I; Choir 1,2,3,4; Hall Monitor I. PENELOPE MARSHALL H.R. Sec. 3,4; Spotlighters I; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Spanish Club 2; SSM Monitor 4; Future Nurses Club 2. CARL LUNDBERG Industrial Arts Club 3; Play Crew 2. PATRICIA McAVOY Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet 2,4; H.R. Sec. 2, Pres. 4; Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2.3,4, Pres. 4; Reflections Revelries 2,4; SSSH Sec. 3, SSO Head Sec. 3, SSO Rater 4; E.P.I.C. 4; Student Union Board 4. BARRY McBRAYER Transferred from Central H.S., Muskogee, Oklahoma, 3; National Forensic League 1,2,3,4; Debate Team 1,2,3; Choral Club I, Band I; National Thespians 2,3,4, Dramatic Club 2,3; All School Play 2; Red Cross I, Pres. I. james McCarthy Cabinet Alt. 3,4; Hi-Y I ; SSO Chairman 4, SSM Monitor. loren McClendon SSM Monitor 4, Astronomy Club 4. MARY McCOLLOCH Bronze Pin 3, National Honor Society 3,4; Spotlighters 1,2; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; SSO 4; German Club 2,3,4; Science Seminar 2, State Science Fair 2; Silver Clipper 2. CRAIG MAHAFFEY Reflection Revelries Crew 3; Swimming 2; German Club 1,2; A.V.A. 1,2. MARY ANN MAHNKE Student Council 2,3; Alternate 4; Parliamentarian 2; H.R. Sec. I; Concert Orchestra 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 1,4; Nilehilite Staff 4; Reflections Revelries Crew I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSM 4; German Club 3. DIANE MANASSA H.R. Sec. 4; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 1,2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Future Nurses I. CAROL MARTIN National Honor Society 3,4 Art Council 2,3,4, Co-Pres. 4; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Librarian 4, Spring Musicale Scenic and Art Director 4; Fall Play Crew 4; Modern Dance 2,3; Racket Squad 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Pres. 2, Chr. 3, Vice Pres. 4; Yearbook General Staff 2,3,4, Portrait and Faculty 4; Epic 3, SSD Head Sec. 3,4, SSM 4, SSO Receptionist 3; Student Union Board 4; French Club 3,4; Ushers Club 3,4, Pres. 4; Homecoming Art Chr. 4; Bronze Pin 3; Honor Award 2, G.A.A. 1,2,3. JEFFREY MARTIN Track Team 2,3,4, Frosh-Soph Shield 2; SSH Chr. 4. CARMELIA MARTINO Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 4; Sc hool Store Chr. 4; Glee Club 4, Musical Director-Cast Manager 4; G.A.A. 1,4; Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4, Treas. 4; Nilehilite Staff 4; French Club 3,4, Pres. 4; 100% Club 3,4; Science Fair 2; Silver Clipper 2, Golden Galleon Guild 3,4, Literary Editor 4; National Honor Society 4. JOSEPH MASARACCHIA Student Council I; Debate Team 3; Cadet Band I; Intermediate Band 1,2; Spring Play Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 4; Reflections Revelries 4; Physics Club 3; Spring Play Crew Chr. 4. RICHARD MASEK Student Council 1,2, Alt. 2; Cabinet Alt. 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 4; SSM Monitor 2, Supervisor 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Big Brother 2. R. TED MASTERS Cabinet 1,3; Track I, Gymnastics 2; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Nilehilite Photographer 2, Chief Photographer 3; SSH Chr. 4; Big Brother 2. MYRA MATHESON Student Council I; Cabinet 4; Homeroom Sec. I; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Major Award 4, Musical Crew 3,4, Ass ' t Chr. 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Science Fair I. KENNETH MATZICK Student Council 2; Cabinet 3,4, Vice Pres. 3; H.R. Pres. I; Band 1,2; Basketball I; Baseball I; Gymnastics 2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y Chaplain 2; SSM Monitor 3, SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, SSM Supervisor 4; Student Union Board 4, Co-Chr. Union Monitors. BRUCE MAU Baseball 1,2,3; SSSH Asst. Chr 4. MARCIA MAXEN Transferred from Steinmetz High School, 3; Bronze Pin 3; Service Letter 3; Junior Choir 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,23, Modern Dance 2,3; Pep Club 1,2; The Steinmetz Star Staff 3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3,4; French Club 2,3; Future Teachers of America 1,2. VIRGINIA MAY Student Council 4; Cabinet I, Alt. 2; Glee Club 1,2,3, Certificate 2; Riding Club I; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Pin 3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; French Club 3; 100% Club 4. STUART MAZER Baseball I; Golf 2; Basketball I; Masque and Gavel 3; Hi-Y I; SSO Monitor 4; Spanish Club I. ROBERTA MEADOWS Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago. 2; Student Council 3; Home¬ coming Court 4; Orchestra I ; G.A.A. I ; SSM 2,4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Fine Arts Club 4. TEDDIE MEADOWS ROBERT MEISNER MITCHELL MELAMED Band I; Baseball 1,2, Frosh-Soph Shield I; Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 2, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; SSM Supervisor 4- Personal Service Monitor 3; Spanish Club 3; Big Brother 2. BARBARA MELEHES Racket Squad 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; 100% Club 2,3,4, Pres. 4; Pins and Pans 2,3,4. PAMELA MELTZER Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., I; G.A.A. 1,4; Bowling Club I; Tri- Hi-Y I; Monitor I; Spanish Club I; Future Business Leaders I; Pins and Pans 2. SANDRA MENCONI G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Bowling League 3,4, Minor Letter 3; Racket Squad 1,2; SSM Monitor 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Efficiency Chr. 2; SSD Asst. Chr. 4; French Club 1,2; Pins and Pans 4; Ushers Club 3,4, Treasurer 4. LOIS.MENDEL Art Council 1,2, Pres. 2, Vice Pres. 2; Spotlighters 1,2, Treas. 2; G.A.A. I; SSO Chr. 4; French Club 3, Spanish Club. GENE MENDELSON Transferred from Rich Township H.S., Park Forest, 3; Debate Team 2; Football 1,2; Basketball 1,2; SSM 4. STEVEN MERRIMAN Student Council I, Alt. 2; H.R. Pres. 1,3,4, Treas. 2; Cross Country I. JAMES MERTES Transferred from Lane Tech,Chicago, 2; Student Council 1,2. JUDITH MEYERS Cabinet Alt. 3; H.R. Sec. 1,2,4, Treas. 1,2; Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 2,4; SSO 4, SSM 3; Spanish Club 2; Fine Arts Club 4. RON MICON SSM Monitor 2; German Club 2,3; Physics Club 3; A.V.A. 1,273,4. RAYMOND MIKOLAY DONNA MILLER Student Council 2, Alt. 3; Homeroom Sec. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3,4, Silver Pin 3, Musicale 3; G.A.A. I; Cheerleader 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y I; Reflections Revelries 1,2,3,4; SSO 3; Personal Service Monitor 2. MARGARET ANN MILLER Girls Glee 2,3,4; G.A.A. 3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Spanish Club 3. MARGO MILLER Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 2, Alt. 3; Cabinet 4; Spotlighters 1,2, Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; German Club 2,3,4; Hall Monitor 4; National Honor Society 4. PAUL MILLER Glee Club I; Industrial Arts Club 1,2, Pres. 2. STEVEN MILLER Transferred from Amundsen H.C., 3; Baseball I; Track 1,2,3,4; Football 2; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Major " A " 1,2, Major ”N " 3,4; " N " Club 3,4; SSO Exe¬ cutive Board 4, Chr. 4, SSSH Head Supervisor 4, SSSH Chr. 3; Student Union Monitor 3,4; Key Club 2. LARRY MILLS Student Council 2; H.R. Vice Pres. I, Pres. 2,3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Football 1,2,3,4; " N " Club 4; Hi-Y I; SSO 3; Big Brother 2. TERRENCE MILSTEIN Transferred from Austin H.S., I; Student Council I; Student Gov ' t. Rep. I; Girls ' League I, G.A.A. I; SSO Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3. DAVID MINKUS Cabinet Alt. I; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; SSSH Chr. 4, Asst. Chr. 4, SSM Monitor 4. JAMES MIRESSE Student Council 2; Cabinet I; H.R. Treas. 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 1,2,3,4; Captain 3,4; Baseball I; " N " Club 2.3,4; Hi-Y I; SSO-SSD Supervisor 3, SSH Chr. 3,4, SSM Monitor 3, Monitor Captain 2; Union Board 4; Latin Club 2; Big Brother 2; A.V.A. Operator 1,2,3,4. GLORIA MITCHELL Glee Club 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 4; Biology Club 2. BARBARA MYER Transferred from Amundsen High School, 2; Giris Chorus I; Varsity Show I; G.A.A. 1,4: Racket Squad I; Hall Guard I; Personal Service Monitor I. DOROTHY NACK G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Ski Club I. EDWARD NADLER Bronze Pin 3; Blue Honor Award 2; Orchestra 4, Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2,3,4, Letter 3, Pin 4; Latin Club 1,2; National Honor Society 4. MARILYN NAFTULIN Art Council 2; Girls ' Glee I; Spotlighters 1,2; Racket Squad I; SSO 4; State Science Fair 1,2. JAMES NARDI Transferred from St. George H.S., Evanston, Illinois, 3; Football Team I; Golf Team 1,2; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, Chr. 4. EILEEN NECHTMAN Student Council Alt. 2; H.R. Pres. I; Glee 1,4; Musicale Crew 4; G.A.A. 4; - SSO Rater 4. DAVID NEER Football Manager 2: Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 4. BARBARA NEIMER Glee Club I; Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1,3,4: Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; SSO Receptionist 4, SSD Chr. 4, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4, SSSH Sec. 3,4; SSM Monitor 4. CONTANCE NELSON Student Council Alt. I; Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band 2,3, Orchestra 2,3, Concert Band 2,3, Loreleis 2, Pin 3; Personal Service Monitor 4; Future Nurses Club 4. 150 HOWARD MOLDOFSKY Hi-Y 2; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4. WALTER MONSON Student Council 1,2; Industrial Arts Club 3,4. LINDA MORGAN Student Council 3; Choral Gold Pin 3; Glee Club 1,2, Loreleis 2, Choir 3,4, Vivace 3,4, Steering Group 4; Musical role 3,4, Musical crew 1,2,3,4, Asst. Director 3,4, Fall play crew 3, Spring play crew 3; G.A.A. 2,3; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; SSM 4; French Club 3,4. JOYCE MORISHITA Transferred from Flower H.S., Chicago, 4; Honor Club 1,2,3; Student Council I; Treble Choir 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Personal Service Monitor 2; " 500 " Club 2,3; National Honor Society 4. STANLEY MORTEN Cabinet 3,4, Treas. 3,4; Concert Band 1,2, Marching Band 1,2; Football I; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4, Chr. 4, SSM 3; Student Union Board Pres. 4. PETER MUELLER Glee Club 1,2; Wrestling 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2; Minor " N " 2; Hi-Y 1,2; SSO 4, SSM Asst. Chr. 4, Supervisor 4; Chr. 4; German Club 2; Science Fair 1,2; Bronze Pin 4; National Honor Society 4. SANDRA MUELLER Reflection Revelries Crew 3; SSO Monitor I; Personal Service Monitor 3,4. JOAN MURLAS Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet 1,3,4, Sec. 3,4; Reflections Revelries 2; Racket Squad 2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3 Chr. 2; SSSH 3,4, Head Sec. 3, Sec. 4, Chr. 4, SSO Receptionist 3; Personal Service Monitor 2; Student Union Board 4; Big Sister 2. MICHAEL MURPHY Transferred from Notre Dame 3; Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4; Cross and Anchor Club 3. SHONA NEWMAN French Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4. ROBERT NIEDER Honor Certificate 2, Bronze Pin 3; Spotlighters 2; SSSH Chr. 4; German Club 2; Biology Club 2, Physics Club 3, Science Fair 1,2; Mathematics Seminar 1,2, Executive Board 2; Golden Galleon Guild 3,4. STEVEN NISON Debate 4, Masque and Gavel Society 3,4; Spanish Club 4. KENNETH NORGAN Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4; American Field Service Committee 1,2,3,4; Homecoming Committee West Campus Liaison 3; Or¬ chestra I; Swimming 1,2, Frosh-Scph Shield 2; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Year¬ book General Staff 2,3,4 Activities Section Editor 4; SSD Supervisor 3, E.P.I.C. Inter-School Relations 3; Personal Service Monitor 2; Student Union Board 4; Foreign Language Club 1,2, Vice Pres. I, Pres. 2; Big Brother 2; Unity Board I; District Science Fair 2; Student Union Board 4; National Honor Society 4. SHARON NOVITT Transferred from Lake View H.S., Chicago I; Glee Club 1,2,3,4; Silver Choral Pin 4; Steering Group 4; Masque and Gavel 4; Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2,3. JOSEPH NOVOTNY Baseball I. ROBIN NUTTING Transferred from Marywood Academy, 3. MARY O ' DONNELL Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Future Nurses Club 2. GEORGIA OEHLBERG Glee Club 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Teachers of To¬ morrow I. STEPHEN OLMSTED Cabinet 4; Hi-Y 4; SSM 4; Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3. GARY OLSEN Bronze Pin 3; American Legion Oratorical Contest 2; National Forensics League 2, Degree of Merit 2, Debate Team 2,3,4; Masque and Gavel 4, Pres. 4, Spotlighters 2,3; Ski Club I; Yearbook General Staff 2,3,4, Co-editor of Academic Section 4; Latin Club 3,4; Golden Galleon Guild 4, Associate Member; National Honor Society 4. WALTER OLSON Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band 2, Concert Band 3,4. JAMES NELSON Football 1,2, Swimming 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2; Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2; SSSH Chr. 4, SSO Monitor 3. KAREN NELSON Glee Club 3,4, Steering Group 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 3; Racket Squad 4; SSM 4. BARI NESSEL Glee Club 1,2, Gold Pin 2; Musicale Crew 2; Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 1,4; Library Monitor 2; French Club 2; SSSH Rater 4; Spring Play Crew 4. WILLIAM NEUMANN Hi-Y 2; SSM 4; Industrial Arts Club 4. JO ANN NEUMEISTER Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries 3; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Asst. Hear Sec. 4; SSM Monitor 2,4; Epic; Student Union Board 4, Chr. 4; Spanish Club 3; Homecoming Committee Chr. 4. IRENE NEWHOUSE Transferred from Pontiac Central H.S., Pontiac, Michigan, 4; Student Council 1,3; Tomahawk Newspaper 2; Yearbook 3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; Spanish Club 4. RICHARD OMACHEL Baseball Mgr. 2. PRISCILLA O’NEIL Transferred from Little Rock Central H.S., Little Rock, Ark., 4; H.R. Sec. I, Pres. 3; Glee Club I; G.A.A. 2,3. JOEL OPPENHEIM Arts Clu-b 2; Spotlighters 2; Cross Country I; Track I; Swimming 1,2,3, Major " N " 4; " N " Club 4; SSO 4; SSO Supervisor 4; Biology Club 2, Science Fair I; Math Seminar 2 SANDRA ORBACH Student Council I; Art Council 2,3,4; Reflections Revelries 2, Fall Play Crew 2, Spring Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Sgt. at Arms 4. DANA ORZOFF Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 3; H.R. Sec. I; Fall Play Crew 3; Pom Pom Squad I; Yearbook Staff 2; SSM Monitor 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2. JEFFREY ORZOFF Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 3; Hall Guard 1,2. SUSAN OSBORN Bronze Pin 3; Spotlighters I; Reflections Revelries 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. Board 4; Nilehilite Staff 4; SSO News 4; Latin Club 3; Golden Galleon Guild; National Honor Society 4. STEVEN OSERMAN Debate Team 4, Masque and Gavel Socie ty 4, Trustee 4; Glee Club I; Chess Team 1,2; Chess Club 1,2, Pres. 2. MARGARET OSTERMEIER Student Council I; Orchestra 1,2; Spotlighters I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Basketball Mgr. I, Softball Mgr. 2, Minor Award 2; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 2,3; German Club 2. NANCY OVERTON Student Council 1,2,34; Reflections Revelries 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Personal Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3; Student Union Board 4; French Club 1,2; Big Sister 2. THERESA PALCHECK H.R. Sec. 3; G.A.A. 2,4; Racket Squad I; Spanish Club 2. SANDRA PALM G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I. BONNIE.PALMER Student Council Alt. I; Glee Club 2,3; G.A.A. I; Hall Monitor 3; SSSH 4. NINA PANICO DALE PAQUET SSSH Chr. 4. PATRICIA PAUL Student Council 2,3, Alt. 14, Committee Chr. 2; H.R. Sec. 4; Reflections Revelries 2,3 4; Cheerleader 34: G.A.A. 1,2; Rippelettes 1,2; Racket Squad 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSO 34. SSM Monitor 2,3; Personal Service Monitor 3; Spanish Club I; Big Sister 2; Homecoming Attendant 4; National Honor Society 4. SUSAN PAUL Transferred from Goff H.S., Goff Rhode Island, I; H.R. Sec. 1,3; Glee Club 1,2, Musical Crew 2,3 4- Reflection Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,34, Minor Award 3; Twirler 1,2: Racket Squad 1.2,4; Tri-Hi-Y I, Treas. I; Latin Club 1,2,Spanish Club 3; Science Club I, Science Fair 2; Ushers Club 4. HENRY A. PAWLOWSKI Transferred from Notre Dame H.S., Niles, 3; Notre Dame Scholarship I; German Club 4; Physics Club 4; Radio Club 1,2,4. ETHEL PEARLMAN Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 3; Honor Club I; G.A.A. I; Publi¬ cations 2; College Club I. ALAN PEARSON Student Council Alt. 4; Debate 2; Glee Club 1,2, Sec. 2, Choir 4, Barber Shoppers 1,2,3; Track 3; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Big Brother 2; Spring Play 4. CATHERINE PELZMANN Transferred from Evanston Township H.S., Evanston, 2; Debate Club 4; Masque and Gavel 4; G.A.A. I; Latin Club 1,3; Physics Club 4, Sec. 4; National Honor Society 4. EILEEN PERLMAN Cabinet 1,2, Alt. 4; H.R. Sec. 3; Glee Club 4, Musicale 4; Spotlighters 1,2, Fall Play Crew 1,2; SSM Monitor 1,2,3; French Club 2; Science Fair 2. INEZ PERLMAN Cabinet 1,2; Spotlighters 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3: Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2,3,4 ; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. DONALD PETERSON Wrestling I, Frosh-Soph Shield I; Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 2. RICHARD PETERSON Cabinet 1,2,3, Alt. I, Vice Pres. 2; Musicale 1,2,3,4, Director 4; Football I; Track 1,2,3; Swimming 1,2,3; Hi-Y I; SSSH 3; Union Board 4; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. DONALD PFLIEGER Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2,3,4, Letter 3, Orchestra 4, Pin 4; Reflections Revelries 3; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Major ”N " 3,4; Track 1,2; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2,3,4, Sec. 2,3,4; District Science Fair I. MARY PFLIEGER Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 2; G.A.A. I. CLAUDETTE PHILLIPS National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze Pin 3, Blue Honor Award 2; G.A.A. Minor 1,2,3,4; Board 2; Sec. 3, Pres. 4; G.A.A. Pin I; G.A.A. Minor Letter 2; G.A.A. Camp 3; Spotlighters I; Ski Club I; Racket Squad I; Personal Ser¬ vice Monitor 3,4; Reflection Revelries 4; German Club 2,3,4; Science Award 2; Golden Galleon Guild 2,3,4, Executive Board 3,4; Future Nurses Club 1,2, Vice Pres. 2; Usher ' s Club 3,4; Honor Board 4. MARY PHILLIPS Cabinet Alt. 2; Tri-Hi-Y I; French Club 3. PAULETTE PLEASON Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 3; Nilehilite Staff 4; Yearbook Staff I; SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 1,2; Fine Arts Club 4. HOWARD POHL Student Council 3,4; Tennis 2,3,4, Minor " N " 3; SSO Monitor 2; German Club 2,3,; Physics Club 3. EARL POLLACK Student Council Alt. 2; H.R. Treas. 2; Spotlighters I; SSH Asst. Chr. 4, SSO Monitor 4; Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3. ROBERT POLSTER Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 2; Hall Monitor I; Teachers Secretary I; Biology Club 2; Physics Club 3, Secretary 3. STUART PORTNOY Cabinet 4; Track Manager I, Shield I ; SSM Monitor 2. ROBERT POTRUE Gymnastics I; Industrial Arts Club I. MORRIS POVITSKY SSM Monitor 2; Physics Club 4. BRUCE POWELL Choir 4; Football 1,2; Basketball I; Wrestling 3; Baseball Mgr. I; Hi-Y 2; SSM 1,3, Asst. Supervisor 3. NORMAN PRICE LAWRENCE PROFT Cabinet 2,3,4; Football I, Shield I; SSM Monitor 3, SSH Supervisor 4. JAMES PUCCINELLI Glee Club I; Cross County I; Basketball 1,2; Golf 1,2,3,4; Baseball 2; " N " Club 4; Hi-Y 1,2. BONNIE PUERKEL Fall Play Crew 3; G.A A. 3; French Club 2; Future Nurses Club 2,3. JOHN PRZYBYLSKI Choir 2; Cross Country 2, Shield 2; Track 2. LAWRENCE RACANA H.R. Pres. 2; Football I, Wrestling 1,2; SSSH Chr. 3. RONALD RAJSKI Track 2; Industrial Arts Club 2. SHARON RAKOS Art Council 2; Glee Club I, Musicale Crew I; G.A.A. I; Hall Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Pins and Pans Club 2,3. THOMAS RAKOWSKI Cabinet Alt. I; H.R. Pr«s. 2; Football I; SSO Monitor 3. JAYNET MARY RAND Transferred from Evanston H.S., Evanston, I. ROBERT RASMUSSEN LYNN RAVINE Student Council 4, Alt. 3; Cabinet I; G.A.A. 2,4; Monitor 2; Big Sister 2. CONNIE RAYMOND Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Award 4; SSO 4; Ushers Club 4. NANCY READING Monitor 3. DAVID RECHER Student Council 2, Treas. 2: Cabinet Alt. I; Band I; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Basketball 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Track 1,2, " N " Club 3,4, Sgt. at Arms 4; Hi-Y 4: Nilehilite Staff 4; SSO Asst. Chr. 3,4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Epic Board 4; Student Union Board Monitor 4; Big Brother 2. JAMES REDA Transferred from Fenwick H.S., Chicago, 2; Band 2. DENNIS REDDING Masque and Gavel Club 3; Band I; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3; " N” Club 3,4; Hi-Y 2; SSM 4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Spanish Club 2. TERRY REGAN Transferred from Notre Dame H.S., Niles, 2; Student Council 3; Monitor 2. RICHARD REHWALDT Cabinet 3; H.R. Pres. 1,4; Swimming 1,2; Football 2,3,4; Gymnastics 3; Hi-Y 2; SSO Chr. 4; German Club 2. MYRNA REICH Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Musicale 3, Steering Group 3,4, Silver Pin 4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; SSO Monitor 2. DIANE REICHERT Cabinet Alt. 2; Spring Play Crew 2,3, Fall Play Crew 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 3,4; SSO Secretary 3; SSO Rater 4; SSO Recep+ionist 4; SSM Monitor 4; Latin Ciub 3. JAMES REICHERTS Track 1,2,3,4; Basketball 2,3; Football 2,3,4, Major " N " ; " N " Club 4. ROGER REINGER Orchestra 2, Band 1,2; Track 1,2,3, Shield I; Cross Country 2,3,4, Major " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4: Racket Squad 4; Hi-Y 1,2,3 4 Treas. 4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; Track 4; District Science Fair I. GERALDINE REINIER Student Council 1,2; H.R. Sec. 1,2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSM Monitor 2,4; Spanish Club 2. WILLIAM REINKE Student Council 4; Swimming 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 2; Gymnastics 3; Hi-Y 2; SSM 2; SSSH Chr. 4. ZELDA REST G.A.A. I, Rippeletts I; SSO 4; French Club 2,3,4; Big Sister 2. ROBERT RHODES Football I, Wrestling 1,2, Baseball 1,2; SSO 3,4. PATRICIA RICE Cabinet I; Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Vice Pres. 2; Monitor 2, SSSH Asst. Head Sec. 3,4, Epic 4, SSM Monitor 4. LINDA RICHARD Glee Club 3,4; G.A.A. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Monitor 2; 100% Club 2; Future Nurses Club 1,2. MELVYN RIEFF Transferred from Marshall H.S., Chicago 2; H.R. Vice Pres. 2; Debate 3,4; Band 2,3; Library Assistant I; Physics Club 3,4, Treas. 4; Masque and Gavel Society 4; Latin Club 2; International Affairs Club 4. LOIS RIEFSTAHL Blue Honor Certificate 2; Student Council Alt. 4; H.A. Sec. R; Spring Play 3, Reflections Revelries 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Award 3, Manager 4; Racket Squad 4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Senior Year Book Staff 4; SSO Monitor 3,4; 100% Club 3,4; Biology Seminar 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; National Honor Society 4. BENNETT RIFKIN Football I; French Club 3; Radio Club I. INA RISHE Society 3; H.R. Homecoming Queen 3, Class Sec. I; Glee Club I; G.A.A. 3; Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 4; Honor Club 2, National Honor Austin Times 2,3; SSM I; Personal Service Monitor 3; American Girl Club 2; College Club 3; National Honor Society 4. LUCILLE RITTER Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet 3, Alt. 4; Giee Club 1,2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 4, Choral Silver Pin 4, Musicale 2, Steering Group 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Racket Squad 4; French Club 2, Executive Board 2. ROGER RITTER SUE RODMAN Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet I; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; Fall and Spring Play Crew 3; SSM Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Biology Club 2; Future Nurses Club 4. MALLORY ROME H.R. Sec. I; Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Racket Squad J; Spanish Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 2. KAREN ROOCK G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2, Minor State Award 3, Major State Award 4, Board 4; Ski Club I, Swim Club 1,2,3; Rippeletts 1,2; Science Award 2. STEWART ROPER Transferred from Western Military Academy, Alton, III., 3; Football 1,2,4; Track 1,2,3,4; Soccer 1,2; " N " Club 4; " W " Club 1,2; National Thespian Society 1,2,3,4; School Paper 1,2; Yearbook I; SSO 4. JORDAN ROSEMAN Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 3; Student Council I; Library Staff I. PAUL ROSEN Transferred from Schurz H.S., Chicago, 3; Special Music 2,3, Mikado Chorus 2,3, Opera Club 2,3. ARLENE ROSENTHAL Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 2; Glee Club 2,3; G.A.A. I; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor I; Spanish Club I. GLENN ROSENTHAL Bronze Pin; Intermediate Band 1,2, Marching Band 3,4, Concert Band 3,4, Orchestra 4; Racket Squad; SSM Monitor 4; Science Seminar 2, Astronomy Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 3; International Relations Club 4. JUSTYNA ROSINSKI G.A.A. 2, Minor Shield 2. MARTIN ROTH Transferred from Sullivan H.S. Chicago, 2; SSO Chr. 4. MICHAEL ROTHHOLTZ Student Council 1,2, Shield 2; Basketball 1,2, Shie ' d 2; Baseball 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Racket Squad 4; Hi-Y 2; SSSH Chr. 2; SSSH Supervisor 4; Student Union Board Monitor 4; Unity Board I ; Homecoming Executive Committee 4; Co-chairman Student Lounge Committee 4; German Club 2; Radio Club I, Vice Pres. I. MIRIAM ROTHMAN Student Council 1,2; Giee Club 1,2,3; Loreleis 2; Vivace 3, Vice Pres. 4; Choir 4; Musicale 3,4; Falf Play Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; Spotlighters 1,2; G.A.A. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSSH Sec. 3,4; SSM Monitor 4; SSO Rater 4; French Club 2, Vice Pres. 3; Spring Play 4; National Thespian Society 4; Silver Choral Pin 3. BRIAN ROUBINEK German Club 2,3; Biology Club 2. JEFFERY ROVELL Transferred from Hirsch H.S., Chicago, 4: Student Council 3; Choir 1,2,3; Concert Band 2,3, Major " H " 3; Sports Pep Band 3, Director 3; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3; Math Club 3; Science Club 2,3, Vice Pres. 2; Pres. I. ANALEE RUDICH Student Council 2, Alt. I: H.R. Sec. 1,2; Glee Club 1,2, Loreleis 2, Choir 3, Choral Certificate Award 3; Reflections Revelries 4; SSO Personal Sec. 4, Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club 3; Junior Home¬ coming Attendant 3; Spring Play 4, National Thespian Society 4. JOYCE RUSSO Glee Club 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 3; SSM 4, SSR 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4; Spanish Club 4; 100% Club 3. EDWARD SABEY Student Council 3; Cabinet 4; H.R. Vice Pres. 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; SSO Chr. 4. ROBERT SACHNOFF Debate 1,2,3,4, National Forensic League 1,2,3,4, Degree of Honor 3; Latin Club 2,3; Biology Club 2, Physics Club 3; Masque and Gavel Society 4. JANET SACHS Spotlighters I; G.A.A. I; SSO Hall Monitor 2; Nilehilite Staff 4; French Club. RUTH SACK Cabinet 1.2; Reflections Revelries 4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,2; Art Council 3; Band Twirlers Leader 1,2,3,4. RICHARD SACKS Football I; German Club I; A.V.A. 1,2,3. LOUISA SACOMANO Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S., Wilmette, 2; Student Council Alt. 2; Choir I; SSM 2; Spanish Club 2,3. MARY LOU SACOMANO Transferred from Mallinckrodt H.S., Wilmette, III., 2; Cabinet Alt. 3; Glee Club I; Spanish Club 2,3; Teacher of Tomorrow 4. BARBARA SAFLARSKI Art Council 4; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSO Monitor 2. JAMES SAFRANIC Band I. MITCHELL SAJDERA Transferred from Holy Trinity H.S., Chicago, 2; Bowling League I; Latin Club 2,3. JERRY SAKOVER MYRON SAMOLE Student Council Alt. 3,4; Cabinet I; Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3,4, Barber Shoppers 1,2,3, All-State Music Activity 4, Choral Silver Pin 3; Musicale 3,4; Reflections Revelries 3; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Swimming I; Track I, Frosh Shield I; Gymnastics 2,3, Major " N " 3; Baseball 3, Minor " N " 3; " N " Club 3,4; A.V.A. Club 1,2,3,4. PEGGY SANTORE Transferred from Amundsen H.S., Chicago, I; Fall Play 3, Spring Play Crew Chr. 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,4. MARILYN SARGEANT Latin Club 3; Personal Service Monitor 4. GERTRUDE SAUNDERS Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 3, Alt. 4; Art Council 4; Spotlighters 1,2,3, Vice Pres. 2; G.A.A. I; General Yearbook Staff 2,3,., Co-editor Activities Section 4; SSO Receptionist 4; French Club 3,4; State Science Fair 1,2,3; Silver Clipper 2, Golden Galleon 3,4; Math Seminar 2, Sec. 2; Arts Club 2; Homecoming Committee Co-Chr. 4; National Honor Society 4. James savage Bronze Pin 3; Blue Honor Award 2; Cabinet Alt. I; Debate Team 2; Degree of Merit 2; Orchestra I; Hall Monitor 2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; International Relations Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4. DAVID SAVNER Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 2; Debate 2,3, National Forensic League 2; Spotlighters 2,3; SSO 4; French Club 2; Math Seminar 2. SUSAN SAXON G.A.A. 1,2,4; French Club 22 DANIEL SCACCO Transferred from St. George H.S., Chicago, 3; H.R. Treas. 3,4; Dramatics 1,2; Bowling 1,2. STEVEN SCHADA Student Council 1,3,4; Cabinet Alt. 2; Track 1,4; Gymnastics 2,3; Football 2, Frosh-Soph Shield 2; SSO Asst. Chr. 4; Student Union Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2. EUGENE SCHAEFFER Cabinet 2; H.R. Treas. I, Pres. 4; Track 1,2, Cross Country I, Gymnastics 2; Hi-Y 1,2, Vice Pres. 2; SSSH Chr. 2,4, Asst. Chr. 3; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Big Brother 2; SSSH Supervisor 4. CHARLES SCHARF Baseball 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Basketball 2,3, Minor " N " 3; Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 2. SUSAN SCHAYER Glee Club 2,3,4, Musicale Steering Group 4, Musicale Prompter 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Future Nurses Club 3. MARY LOUISE SCHERER Cabinet Alt. 3; Glee Club 1,2; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Latin Club 2. ROSANNE SCHIFF Student Council 2, Sec. 2. . Cabinet I, Sec. I; H.R. Vice Pres. I; Glee Club 1,2, Loreleis 2; Reflections Revelries 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Racket Squad 1,4; SSO Asst. Head Sec. 3, SSH Sec. 3, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4, SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Sec. 2; Big Sister 2. RHODA SCHNEIDER Transferred from Sullivan, Chicago, 4; G.A.A. 4. SHARON SCHNEIDER G.A.A. 2,3,4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSD 4. SANDRA SCHOENE Cabinet 3; H.R-. Sec. 4; Glee Club 2,3, Musicale 2.. G.A.A. 1,2,3; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 3; SSH Sec. 4; SSM Monitor 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. ANN SCHRAMM Glee Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Award 2; Tri-Hi-Y I; SSM Monitor 3; Personal Service Monitor 4; Pins and Pans Club 4. VIRGINIA SCHRAMM Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Letter 3; SSSH Sec. 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3. JO ANNE SCHROEDER Transferred from North Park Academy 2; Student Lounge Monitor 4. DIANE SCHULMAN Transferred from Paul P. Schriber H.S.; Student Council I; H.R. Vice Pres. 1,2; Glee Club I; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Racket Squad I; SSSH Rater 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 3, Spanish Club 4. RALPH SCHULTE SHARON SCHULTZ H. R. Vice Pres. 2; Personal Service Monitor 2,4. BARRY SCHWARTZ Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 2; Student Council I; Mixed Chorus I, Choir 1,2; Masque and Gavel Society 3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball I, 2; Football 1,2; Letter Club 1,2. SUSAN SCHWARTZ Honor Certificate 2; Student Council Alt. 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Music Award 2, Silver Pin 4, Musicale Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 4. Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad I; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSM Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3,4, Publicity Chr. 4; 100% Club 4; National Thespian Society 4. NANCY SCOn Fall Play Crew 3,4, Spring Play Crew 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Pins and Pans 2,3,4. EDWARD SEARING Student Council 4; Wrestling I, Track 1,2, Frosh-Soph Shield 2; SSM 4. 158 JOEL SEARS Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago 2; Beginning Ban d I, Intermediate Band 2; Concert Band 3,4; Reflections Revelries 3; Spring Play Crew 4 SUSAN SEEDORF H.R. Sec. 4; Glee Club 2, Musicale Crew 2 Fall Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelries 4, Crew 3: G.A.A. 12.3.4. Major " N " 4, Rippelettes Swim Club I; SSM Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3; Ushers Club 4: Intermediate Twirler 2, Concert Twirler 3,4. BARBARA SEGAL Glee Club 2; Spotlighters 2; Reflections Revelries 4, Spring Play 3; SSO Monitor 2; French Club 2; Pins and Pans Club 4. HELENE SEITLER Spotlighters I; SSSH Sec. 3; Silver Clipper 1,2, Chr. 2. RICHARD SELBY Cabinet 2, Sgt. at Arms 2, Alt. 4; Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band 1,2, Concert Band 3,4, Orchestra 3,4; Reflections Revelries 3; Fall Play 4; Racket Squad 3,4, Chr. 4; SSSH Chr. 3; Radio Club I; Big Brother 2; Homecoming Committee 3,4; National Honor Society 4; Drama Minor Award 4. ROBERT SELBY Student Council Alt. 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4, Cadet I, Intermediate 2, Concert 3,4, Drum Major 4, Letter 3, Pin 4; Reflections Revelries 3,4; Swimming 1,2; Racket Squad 3,4. Co-chr. 4; Hi-Y 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Radio Club I. CAROLE SENGER Glee Club 2; Fall Play 3; Spring Play Crew 2, Reflection Revelries 4; G.A.A. Minor Award 3; Racket Squad 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,3; Spanish Club 3,4; Ushers Club 4; Twirler 2, Concert Twirler 3,4. FRED SHANDLIN SSSH Chr. 4, SSO Monitor 4; Latin Club 3,4. GERALD SHAPIRO Transferred from University of Chicago Lab School, Chicago, 3; Student Council 1,2; Physics Club 4. JEROLD SHAPIRO Student Council 2; Cabinet Alt. I; Football 1,2; Track I; SSM 4. PHILIP SHAPIRO Bronze Pin 3; Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet 4; Swimming I; Reflections Revelries 4; SSSH Chr. 4, SSM Supervisor 4; Latin Club 2,4. SANDRA SHAPIRO G.A.A. 2,3; Racket Squad I; SSO Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2; 100% Club 4. WINIFRED SHAPIRO Art Council 2, Vice Pres. 2; Spotlighters 2, National Thespian Society 3,4, Star 4, Minor " N " Award 4: Fall Play Crew 2,3, Chr. 4, Spring Play Crew 2,3, Chr. 4; Reflections Revelries 3, Chr. 4; Racket Squad I; SSM 4; Spanish Club 3. ROGER SHEFFIELD Tennis I; Wrestling 4• Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 2; Latin Club 1,2. JUDITH SHELDON National Honor Society 3, Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 3; Cabinet 4 Musicale 2,3,4, Steering Group 3 4; Reflection Revelries 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3 Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2.3.4 Pres. 4; SSM 2, SSD 4; Latin Club 2,3,4 Ushers Club 3,4, Sec. 3. WILLIAM SHER TERRY SHEVELENKO Transferred from Evanston H.S., Evanston, I; Band I, Musicale Crew 1,2,3, Christmas Festival Crew 1,2,3; Thespians 3; Fall-Spring Play Crews 1,2,3, Reflections Revelries Crew 2,4, Stage Mgr. 4, Drama Minor Award 3, Drama Major Award 4, Drama First Star 3, Second Star 4, Third Star 4, Fall Play Stage Mgr. 4- Swimming I, Football Mgr. 2; Spring Play 4. CAROL SHIFRIS Cabinet 3; G.A.A. I; Personal Service Monitor 2,4. JUDITH SHOLIN Cabinet I; Glee Club 1,2, Music Certificate 2; Reflection Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2.3,4, Minor Award I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,4, Sec. 2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSSH Sec. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2. SHARON SHORES Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, I; Student Council 1,4; Cabinet 2, Alt. 3; Homecoming Queen 4; Glee Club 1,2; Musicale Crew 2, Reflections Revelries Crew 3; Spring Play Crew 2,3, Fall Play Crew 2,3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSSH Sec. 4, Rater 4, SSM 3; District Science Fair 2; Future Nurses 2; Big Sister 2; Future Nurses Club 4; Ushers Club 4. RICHARD SHULMAN National Forensic League 3; Debate Team 3,4; German Club 2; Physics Club 3. LESLIE SHUMAN . , Transferred from Kelvyn Park H.S., Chicago, 2; Band I; Spanish Club 1,2; ROTC 1,2. JANICE SHIRLEY Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet Alt. 3; H.R. Sec. I; Glee Club I; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 2,4. I; G.A.A. DOLORES SIEBER w . Gold Honor Certificate 2; Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3, Silver Pin 3, Vivace 3,4, Musicale 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Spanish Club 2,3; 100% Club 4; Science Fair 2. MARCIA SIEGEL Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., Chicago, 3; Student Council Alt. 4; Masque and Gavel 4; Band 2; Intramural Captainball Captain I, Intramural Volley¬ ball I, Baseball Captain 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Newspaper Reporter I; Monitor I, SSO Receptionist 4; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,4; Tickets Sales Committee 2. RICHARD SIEGEL Student Council Alt. 3, Student Council 4; Track 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; Cross Country 4; SSH Chr. 4. MARSHA SILVERMAN Student Council 1,2,4, Alt. 3; H.R. Vice Pres. I; Glee Club I; Spotlighters I, Reflections Revelries Crew 1,3; Ski Club I; Student Service Committee Chr. 4; United Fund Drive Chr. 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Pins and Pans Club 3; Science Fair 2, Biology Club 2. DAVID SILVERSTEIN Bronze Pin 3; Gold Honor Certificate 2; German Club 2; Biology Club 2; Math Seminar 2. RONALD SIMMONS BARBARA SIMON Cabinet 3; Glee Club 2; Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; Tri- Hi-Y I; SSO Rater 4. MARYLU SIMONSEN Spotlighters 2; SSO 4. BETTY JO SIMS Student Council 3,4; Art Council 2, Pres. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Racket Squad 1-4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSO Asst. Chr., Rater, Monitor 4; French Club 2. DEWEY SIMS Wrestling 1,2,3, Minor " N " 2; Cross Country 2,3; Red Cross Life-Saving 3; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. CAROL SINGER Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 2; Glee Club I, Musicale Crew 3; Fall- Spring Play Crews 3, Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 4; SSSH Rater 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 4; 100% Club 3,4; National Honor Society 4. LORRAINE SINGER Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., 3; Cabinet 3; Spotlighters 4; Fall Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 4; Hall Monitor 1,2; French Club 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4; Pins and Pans 3,4. LINDA SKLAR Bronze Pin 3; Student Council 3; H.R. Chr. I; Spotlighters 2; Fall Play Crew 3, Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. I, Pin I; Racket Squad 1,4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,3,4; National Honor Society 4. JAMES SLACK Cabinet 4, Alt. I; Hi-Y 2, Sgt. at Arms 2; SSM Monitor 2; Student Union Board 4. ELAYNE SLIVE Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 3; Personal Service Monitor 2; Synchronized Swim 2; Future Teachers of America 1,2, Division Sec. I, Di¬ vision Treasurer 2. BONNIE SLOTKY Student Council Alt. 4; Cabinet Alt. 2; Glee Club I, Musicale Major Role 3, Steering Group 4; G.A.A. 2; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Library Service 3; French Club 2; Teachers of To¬ morrow 3. SUSAN SLOTTEN Student Council Alt. 2; Orchestra I; Spotlighters 1,2; G.A.A. 1,4; SSO Monitor 2; French Club 2. CAROL SMITH G.A.A. 1,2; Ski Club I; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; SSSH Sec. 4, SSM 2; Spanish Club 2; Future Nurses Club I. LOIS SMITH Transferred from Taft H.S., Chicago, 2; Student Council 2; SSO Monitor 3. WILLIAM SMITH H.R. Pres. 3,4. LAWRENCE SOQUET KENNETH SOSNOWSKI Industrial Arts Club 3. FERN SPAGAT Spotlighters 2; Racket Squad I; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSM Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 2; 100% Club 4; Science Fair I; Teachers of Tomorrow 1,2. PATRICIA SPEICHERT G.A.A. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; French Club 2; Science Fair I; Ushers Club 3. WILLIAM SPIEGEL SSO Monitor 4; Science Fair I, Astronomy Club I; Science Seminar 2; Science Fair 1,2; A.V.A. 2. ANTHONY SPINNATO Spotlighters 4; SSO Asst. Chr. 4; Fall Play Crew 4. JAMES SPIRRISON Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; " N " Club 4; Hi-Y 3,4; SSO Asst. Chr. 3, Ghr. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; German Club 1,2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. JOAN STADELMANN Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band I; Spanish Club 2,3; Honor Certificate 2; National Honor Society 4. ELIZABETH STAPELFELD Student Council 3; Cabinet 2,4; H.R. Sec. I; Glee Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3, Pres. 2; SSM 3, SSO Receptionist 4; Student Union Board 4; Spanish Club 2; Big Sister 2. THOM STARK Audio Visual Aids 1,2,3,4. WILLIAM STARR MICHAEL STEFFEN Transferred from New Trier H.S., Wilmette, 3; Football 1,2; Intramural Sports 1,2; SSO Ass ' t. Chr. 4. LOUANN STEIN Glee Club 4; Fall Play Crew 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Science Fair 2. NARLENE STEIN G.A.A. 2,3. MERLE STEINBERG Cabinet Alt. 1,3; SSSH Sec. 3; SSD Asst. Supervisor; French Club 1,2. ROBERT STENGL Transferred from Austin H.S., Chicago, 2; Band 1,2,3; Cross Country 4; Swimming 1,3; Track 3,4; French Club 1,3; A.V.A. Club 3,4; Industrial Arts Club 4. ARLENE STERN Cabinet 3; Spotlighters 2,3; Spring Play Crew 2, Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad I; SSO 4; French Club 3,4; Science Fair 2; Teachers of Tomorrow I. ELAINE STERN Transferred from Roosevelt H.S., 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Intramural Capt. 2; Hall Monitor 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 2; National Honor Society 4. RONALD STETZ Illinois State Science Fair I; Radio Club 1,2,4, Vice Pres. 4. CRAIG STEVENS Student Council Alt. 3,4; H.R. Pres. 2; Intermediate Band 2, Concert Band 3,4, Letter 3, Pin 4; Wrestling 2; Racket Squad 4; French Club 2; Golden Galleon 4. JUDITH STILLE H. R. Sec. I; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Pins and Pans, Sec. and Treas 2. EVELINE STISKA Girls ' Glee I; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3, Board Member 2; Rippelettes I, 2,3; Racket Squad 1,2; Spanish Club 4. PEGGY STONE Student Council Alt. 4; Glee Club I; Spring Play Crew 2, Fall Play Crew 2,3; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Yearbook Staff 4; SSSH Sec. 3, SSO Receptionist 4, SSM 4; Latin Club 2,3. RICHARD STONE SSO Monitor 3,4; Science Fair 2. FREDDIE STRAUSS Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, I; Honor Certificate 2; Student Council 2; G.A.A. 2,4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3,4; Teachers of Tomorrow 2,3. WILLIAM STREHLOW ARLENE STROM •’Student Council Alt. 2; Cabinet Alt. 3; Spotlighters 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Tri- Hi-Y I; SSM Monitor 2; SSH Sect. 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Fine Arts Club 4; Pins and Pans 4; Teachers of Tomorrow I; SSO Rater 4. GAYLE STROUSE Fall Play Crew 3; SSO Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Future Nurses Club I. MARY ELLEN STRUMPH Tri-Hi-Y I; French Club 1,2; Teachers of Tomorrow 2. KARYN STRYKER Student Council 1,2; Cabinet 3,4; Vivace 3,4; Loreleis 2, Musical 3, Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3; Reflections Revelries 1,2,3,4; Swim Club 1,2; Cheerleading 1,2,3,4, co-capt. 4; Racket Squad 2,3,4; SSSH Chr. 4, SSO Monitor 4; French Club 2; National Honor Society 4. BARRY STUNKEL Fall Play Sound Crew 3, Chr. 4; Monitor 2; Radio Club 1,2. LAWRENCE SUBRIN Baseball I; Football 2; Wrestling I; SSO Monitor 2. SHERYL SUCHERMAN Transferred from Hirsch H.S., Chicago 2; Student Council Alt. 4; H.R. Sec. I; Jr. Choir I; Spotlighters 2; Reflections Revelries Crew 3; G.A.A. I; SSO Monitor I; Gym Office Sec. I; Latin Club 1,2; 100% Club 3,4; Newspaper Salesman I; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. JOAN SUCKOW G.A.A. 2; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Pins and Pans 4. MICHAEL SULLIVAN Band I; Industrial Arts Club 3. CHARLOTTE SWANSON Bronze Pin 3; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; SSSH Sec. 4; Per¬ sonal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4, Pres. 4; National Honor Society 4. DALE SWANSON MARILYN SWANSON Transferred from Amundsen H.S., 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Racket Squad 1,2; 100% Club 3,4; Pins and Pans 4. HOWARD SYLVESTER Glee Club I; Track 1,2; Spanish Club 2; Chess Club 2. IRENE TAENDLER Honor Certificate 2; Glee Club I; Spotlighters 2; G.A.A. 4; Ski Club I; Racket Squad 4; SSM Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4. NANCY TANASCUK Transferred from Gage Park H.S., Chicago, 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Spanish Club 3. DONNA TANKUS Fall and Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. GRANT TAYLOR Transferred from Hirsch H.S., Chicago, 2; Baseball 2; National Honor Society 4. SUSAN TAYLOR Fall Play Crew 4, Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2; Pins and Pans Club 4. GARY TEMPLER Band 1,2,3. CHERYL THOMA G.A.A. 1,2,3.4, Major Letter 2, State Award 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Personal Service Monitor 1,2,3,4, SSO Monitor 2; German Club 2. VIRGINIA THOMAS Cabinet 4 Alt. 2; Glee Club I; Reflections Revelries 4; Musicale Crew 3,4, Reflections Crew 4, Spring Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 1,2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Vice Pres. 2; Racket Squad 1,4; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Student Union Board 4; Latin Club 3,4. ROBERT THOMMES Band 1,2,3,4, Pin 4, Orchestra 3,4, Music Festivals 3,4; Fall Play Crew 4, Reflections Revelries Crew 4, Spring Play 4; Latin Club 2. ALICE THORSEN Spotlighters 2,3, National Thespian Society 3,4; Fall Play 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Racket Squad 2; Tri-Hi-Y 4; SSSH Secretary 2,4, SSM Monitor 4. LOIS TOMPKIN Transferred from Whitefish Bay H.S., Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, 3; Glee Club 1,2,3, Choir 1,2, Minor Choral Award 3; Biology Club 2; Nile- hilite Staff 4, News Editor 4. MARCIA TOPPER Spotlighters 2,3; Fall Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelries Crew 4; G.A.A. I; Spanish Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. JOHN TRAFF Football I; Baseball 3; Hi-Y 1,2. PAMELA TROMMER H.R. Pres. I, Sec. 2; Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2,3, Marching Band 2,3, Band Letter 2, Silver Pin 3; Spring Play 3; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 4; German Club 1,2,3 4; Future Teachers Club I; Pins and Pans Club 3; Spring Play Crew Chr. 4. DONNA TROPSTEIN Fall Play Crew 3; Latin Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4. BARBARA TRUFANT Cabinet Alt. 2; Glee Club 3; G.A.A. 1.2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSM 3,4; German Club 1,2,3. JAMES TUNE Band 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Track I, Frosh Shield I; " N " Club 3,4; Hi-Y I; SSO Supervisor 3, Chr. 3; Student Union Monitor 4. DONALD TUNKL Industrial Arts Club 2,3,4. JOHN TURPACK Transferred from Tuley H.S., Chicago, 3; Honor Scholarship Society Award 1,2; T.C.A. Alt. I; Track 3; Yearbook Rep. 2; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Monitor 2; Biology Club 2 Physics Club 3,4. MICHAEL TUTT Transferred from Senn. H.S., Chicago; Baseball 3; Track 3; Hallguard 2,3. JOHN TWOROGER Student Council I; Cabinet Alt. 2; Tennis 1,2,3, Minor " N " 2,3; Swimming 1,2, Minor " N” 2; Ski Club 1,2,3, Pres. 3; Radio Club 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; SSO Chr. 4. JOSEPH UDELSON Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 2; Debate Team 2; Tampa Plant 2. KATHRYN .UHLIR Glee Club I; G.A.A. 3,4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Ushers Club. RONALD UNTERSCHUETZ Silver Pin 3; Intermediate Band I, Concert Band 2,3,4, Band Letter 2, Concert Orchestra 2,3,4. ALLEN USOW Cabinet I; Musicale Crew 4; Hi-Y 2; Big Brother 2; Radio Club 4. NOEL UZEMACK Band 1,2,3,4, Letter 2; Track 3; Latin Club 1,2. JOYCE VALFER Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet Alt. 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; German Club 2,3, Sec. 4; Teachers of Tomorrow 4. SUSAN VAN Orchestra 4, Concert Band 2,3,4, Intermediate Band I; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Minor Award 3; Ripplettes Swim Club 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2; Spanish Club 3,4. KAREN VEDDER Cabinet 4; Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Chaplain 2; Racket Squad 3; SSO Monitor 3,4; Latin Club 2. JUDITH VERHUNCE G. A.A. 1,2,3; Moder, Dance Club 2; Intermediate Twirler 2, Concert Twirler 3,4; Reflectic is Revelries 3,4; Spanish Club Representative 4. JUDITH VIERRE Transferred from Libertyville Fremont, Libertyville, Illinois, I; Cabinet 2; H. R. Pres I, Vice Pres. 3,4; Reflections Revelries 2,3,4; Racket Squad 2,3, Sec. 4; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3,4; SSO Sec. 3; SSM Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; French Club I. CAROL VIRGILIO Student Council Alt. 1,3; Cabinet 2, Alt. 1,3,4, Treas. 2; Glee Club I; Re¬ flections Revelries 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 2,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Asst. Chr. 3, SSD 4; Spanish Club 1,2; French Club 3; Big Sister 2. PATRICIA VOLLMER Transferred from Farragut H.S., Chicago, 2; Spring Play 3; G.A.A. 1,2; SSO Personal Secretary 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; 100% Club 4, Sec. 4; English Survey Club 1,2; Yearbook Staff I. JANICE VON HOLDT Student Council 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; SSO Monitor 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4. MADELYNN VOSS Art Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board Member 2,3,4, Committee Chr. 3, Major Letter Award 3; Tri-Hi-Y I; Personal Service Monitor 4; German,Club 1,2,3,4; Silver Clipper 1,2, Sec. and Treas. 2, Golden Galleon Guild 3,4, Executive Board Chr. 4. LINDA VRABLIK Student Council AM. 4; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Racket Squad I; Tri- Hi-Y 1,2,3,4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4: SSO News Staff Reporter 3, Editor 4, SSSH Sec. 3, SSM Monitor 2, EPIC 4; Persor al Service Monitor 3,4; Student Union Board 4; Spa lish Club 3,4; Ushers C ' ub 3,4; Honor Board 4. ELAINE WADLER Transferred from Pe shing Jr. H.S., Houston, Texas, 3; Student Council, Alt. 3; Honor Board 4; Orchestra I; G.A.A. 3; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Span¬ ish Club 3,4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4. SANDRA WADSWORTH Student Council Alt. 1,2; H.R. Pres. 1,2, Vice Pres. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Tri- Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 2. GARY WANKE Bronze Honor Pin 3, National Honor Society 3,4; Cabinet Alt. 2; Masque and Gavel 4; Debate Team 2,3,4, Captain 4; Marching Band 2, Intermediate Band 1,2; Spotlighters 2; State Science Fair 2, Biology Club 2, Physics Club 4; National Foreign Language League 2,3,4, Degree of Honor 4; Spring Play Crew 4. SUZANNE WARDA Cabinet 2,4, Alt. 3; Glee Club 1,2,3, Lorelies 2,3, Choir 4, Vivace 4, Musicale 1,2,3,4, Gold Pin 4; G.A.A. 2; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Reflections Revelries 2,4; SSO Sec. 3; Student Union Board 4. LOVINA WARREN H.R. Sec. 3; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Lorelies 2, Silver Pin 4; G.A.A. I; Teachers of Tomorrow 3. WILSON WASHKUHN Concert Band 1,2,3 4; Latin Club 3. RICHARD WASLEY Bronze Pin 3; SSM 4; Latin Club 1,2,3; Physics Club 3, Biology Club 2, Biology Science Award 2. ROBERT WASLEY Blue Honors Award 2; Biology Club 2; Physics Club 3,4; Foreign Language Club 1,2,3; Personal Service Monitor 4. ROBERT WEAVER JEAN WEDGE Glee Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Racket Squad 4; Personal Service Monitor 4. ROBERT WEGERMAN MARILYN WEGL , , n . , _ Student Council 2, Alt. I; Cabinet 3; Orchestra 1,2,3, Gold Pin 3, Bronze Pin 3; Fall Play Crew 2; G.A.A ' . 1,2; Racket Squad 1,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2,3; SSO 4; DAcr n al Q A r i T O 11 I LJU 2.3 BONNIE WEICHMAN G.A.A. 1,2. SHARON WEINBERG G.A.A. 1,4; SSM 3. DANIEL WEINER . . , CCk . . Student Council 1,2, Alt. 2; Cabinet 3,4, Alt. 3; Latin Club 1,2; SSM 4. FRED WEINER Spanish Club 4. BARRY WEINSTEIN T Student Council Alt. I; Cabinet Alt. 3; H.R. Pres. 1,2,3; Track I, Gymnastics 2 3 4 Captain 3, Major " N " 3,4; ”N M Club 3,4; SSO Chr. 4; Science Fair I. LEON WEISBERG SANDRA WEISE Transferred from St. Scholastica. Chicago, 2; G.A.A. I; Personal Service Monitor 1,4; Latin Club I. HANNAH WEISS Glee Club 1,2; G.A.A. 4; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2. PENNY WEISS Spring Play Crew 2; G.A.A. 4; Spanish Club 2. STEVEN WEISS Tennis 2,3,4, Major " N” 3,4; Baseball I; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N 3,4; " N” Club 3,4; SSSH Asst. Chr. 3,4, SSM Supervisor 4, SSM Monitor 3. LYNN WELDON Student Council 1,4, Alt. 2,3; Cabinet Alt. I; G.A.A. 1.2; Ski Club I; Tri-Hi- Y 2; Racket Squad 2; Reflections Revelries 2; SSD Asst. Head Sec. 2,3, Epic 4; SSM Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4. PAUL WENZEL MARILYN WERNER n o Cabinet Alt. 2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, All-State Music Activity 4, Pin 3; Spotlighters I; Reflections Revelries I, Crew 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Executive Board 2,3; Racket Squad 1,4; Personal Service Monitor 3,4; Spanish Club 4; Ushers Club 4; Big Sister 2. GARSON WERNICK Transferred from Von Steuben H.S., Chicago, 4; Boys ' Glee 1,2,3, Symphonic Choir 2,3, Madrigals 2,3; Swim Team 2; Hall Guard 2. 166 BARRY WERNIKOFF Student Council 2; Masque and Gavel 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; SSM. JOHN WESLEY Cabinet 2; H.R. Pres. 1,2,3; SSO Monitor 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. SHIRLEY WESLEY Cabinet Alt. 3; Cadet Band I, Intermediate Band 2, Concert Band 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Minor Award 3; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y I; Personal Service Monitor 4; Pins and Pans Club 4. Pres. 4. CAROL WHISLER Student Council 4, Alt. 2, Homecoming Committee Chr. 4; Cabinet Alt. 3; H.R. Sec. 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3.4, Sec. 4; SSO Personal Sec. 4, Rater 3, SSM 4; Personal Service Monitor 2,3; Spanish Club 3. DARLENE WHITE G.A.A. 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Pins and Pans 2,3,4, Pres. 4. BARBARA WICKER Glee Club 1,3, Choir 4, Musicale Crew 3; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Sgt. at Arms 2; Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Latin Club I; Future Nurses I. ROBERT WIDEN Transferred from Steinmetz H.S., Chicago, 2. ROBERT WIDINSKI Transferred from Schurz H.S., Chicago, 3; Rod and Gun Club I; Horseback Riding Club 2. ALLEN WIESKA Industrial Ar ts Club 3, Treas. 3. ROBERTA WIIG Band 1,2,3,4, Orchestra 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Ski Club I; Personal Service Monitor 4; French Club 2,3; State Science Fair 2, District Fair l‘,2. MARCIA WIKTOR Transferred from Elgin Academy, Elgin, 2; National Junior Honor Society I, National Beta Honor Society I; Student Council 4; Reflections Revelries 4; G.A.A. 3; Personal Service Monitor 3; Fiench Club 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Fine Arts Club I. DIANA WILLERT Student Council 3,4; Cabinet Alt. I; Glee Club 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 2; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Latin Club 1,2; Future Nurses I. JANYCE WILLIAMS Transferred from Neosho H.S., Neosho, Missouri, 3; H.R. Sec. 3,4; Masque and Gavel 3,4, Trustee 4; Thespians 3,4, Pres. 4; Plays 1,2, Fall Play 3, Asst. Director 4, Spring Play 3,4; Fencing 2; Ski Club 3; Cheerleader I, Gym Council 1,2; Racket Squad 1,2,4; Newspaper Staff 1,2, Nilehilite 4, Picture Ed. 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 3,4; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 3; Teachers of Tomorrow 3,4, Vice Pres. 3. KENNETH WILLIAMS Bronze Pin 3, National Honor Society 3,4; Student Council Alt. 3; Cabinet I; Yearbook General Staff 2,3,4, Co-Editor of Academic Section 4; German Club 2,3,4; Math Seminar 2; Science Seminar 2,3,4; Biology Club 2. PAMELA WILLIAMS G.A.A. 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 2; Biology Club 2. PAUL WILLIAMS Student Council Alt. 3; Basketball 1,2,3, Major " N " 3, Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " N " Club 4; SSM Monitor 3, SSSH Supervisor 4; Student Union Monitor 4. WAYNE WILLIAMSEN ALLAN M. WILSON ELLEN WINER Student Council Alt. 3; H.R. Trees. I; Glee Club 3; National Thespians Society 4; Fall Play 4, Crew 2, Spring Play Crew 2, Reflections Revelries; G. A.A. 1,2, Pin 2; Racket Squad I; Nilehilite Staff 4; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; Hall Monitor 2; French Club 1,2,3; Science Fair 2; Golden Galleon Guild 3,4, Exec. Board Sec. 4; Future Nurses Club 2,3, Sec. 2; Ushers Club 4; Future Teachers Club I; Pins and Pans Club I. HENRY WIRTZ Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " ; Track 1,2,3,4, Major " N " ; " N " Club 4; SSO 4; Student Union Monitor 4. GEORGE WISE Student Council Alt. I; H.R. Pres. 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Baseball I; Tennis 2, Major " N " 4; " N " Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y I; SSSH Chr. 3, SSM Monitor 2,4; Student Union Monitor 4; Latin Club I; Science Fair 2. JAMES WITT Student Council Alt. I; SSM 3. JANICE WITZEL Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 2; Cabinet Alt. 3; H.R. Pres. I; Masque Gavel Society 3,4, Executive Board 3,4; National Thespian Society 3,4; Fall Play Crew 3,4, Spring Play Crew 3, Reflections Revelries 3; SSM 4; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Executive Board 2. DONNA WOLD H. R. Vice Pres. 3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Gold Pin 4; G.A.A. 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2, Honorary Hi-Y Member 4; SSO Personal Sec. 4; Science Fair 2. ROBERT WOLFF Student Council I; Swimming Team 1,2, Sophomore Shield 2; SSSH Asst. Chr. 4; Latin Club 2. RONALD WOLFSTYN National Honor Society 3,4, Bronze Pin 3, Honor Certificate I; Math Seminar I, Vice-Pres. I; Arts Club I; Silver Clipper I, Golden Galleon Guild 3,4, Executive Board 4; International Relations Club 4. CAROL WOODS Student Council 1,2,3, Student Lounge Committee 1,2; Cabinet Alt. 4; Homeroom Sec. 4; Reflections Revelries 2,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad 2,3,4, Executive Board 2; Tri-Hi-Y 2,3; Monitor 2, Personal Service Monitor 2,3,4; SSD Chr. 4, SSSH Sec. Sec. 3, Asst. Chr. 4, Rater 4; Big Sister 2. CHARLES WORTHINGTON Football I; Basketball 3,4; Cross Country 4; SSM 3; Student Union Moni¬ tor 4. STEVE WRAY Magazine Award 1,2; SSO Monitor 2. RITA WURMSER Cabinet Alt. I; H.R. Vice Pres. 2, H.R. Pres. 3; Spotlighters 2; Fall Play Crew 2,3, Spring Play Crew 2,3,4, Chr. 3,4, Reflections Revelries Crew 2,3,4; G.A.A. I; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Teachers of Tomorrow 2,3,4, Chr. 4; Magazine Drive High Sales Award I; SSO 4. FERNE YESINICK Student Council Alt. I; H.R. Chr. 4; Spring Play Crew 3, Fall Play Crew 3; SSO Sec. 3, Asst. Head Sec. SSSH 4; German Club 3,4, Executive Board 2; Golden Galleon Guild 2,3,4; National Honor Society 4. HOWARD YOUNGKRANTZ Transferred from Norwalk. H.S., Norwalk, California 4; Latin Club 2; Science Club 3; Math Club 3. DIANE ZAHN Student Council 3,4, Alt. 2; Cabinet I; Reflection Revelries 2,4; G.A.A. I; Racket Squad 1,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; SSSH Sec. 3, SSM Monitor 4, SSD Sec. 4; homecoming Committee Chairman 4; 100% Club 3,4; Biq Sister 2. DONNA ZALUD Student Council Alt. 4; Reflections Revelries Crew 4; Racket Squad I; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Ushers Club 2; Pins ' N ' Pans Club 3,4, Treas. 3, Sec. 4. DONALD ZASTROW MARY LOU ZEHNER H.R. Sec. 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Major " N " 4; SSO Monitor 3,4; Personal Service Monitor 2,4; Pins Pans 4. MARTIN ZEITLIN Cabinet Alt. 4; High Salesmanship Award Magazine Drive 1,2; Musicale Crew I; Spanish Club 2,4; Biology Club 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; National Honor Society 4; Bronze Pin 4. MERLE ZELKOWITZ Student Council Alt. 3,4; Cabinet 3; Masque and Gavel 3,4, Trustee 3; Spotlighters 3; Senior Yearbook Staff 4; SSO Rater 4; SSM Monitor 4; French Club 1,2,3; District Science Fair 2; Teachers of Tomorrow 4; Spring Play Crew 4. ROBERT ZENDER Student Council Alt. I r 2; Golf 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4, Captain 3, Co¬ captain 2; " N " Club 2,3,4; Hi-Y 1,2,3,4, Senior Co-ordinator 4; SSSH Chr. 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; SSM Monitor 4. MARY ZIEMBA Teachers of Tomorrow 3; Future Nurses Club 3; Latin Club 3. SHARON ZIMBEROFF Transferred from Bremen Township High School, Oak Forest, I; Glee Club 1,2, Choir 3,4, Gold pin 4, Musical 3,4, Minor Role 3, Major Role 4, Prompter 3; Fa 11 Play Crew 3; G.A.A. 2; SSM Monitor 2; French Club 2; Modern Dance Club 2. GALE ZIMMER H.R. Treas. 2; Glee Club 1,2,3,4, Silver Pin 2; G.A.A. 1,2; Racket Squad I; Personal Service Monitor 2; Future Nurses Club 1,2. DEAN ZIMMERMAN SSM 4; German Club . ALAN ZLOTNIK Student Council Alt. 1,2; Cabinet 4, Alt. 3; Cross Country I, Frosh-Soph Shield I; SSSH Chairman 4; German Club 2,3; Biology Club 2; District Science Fair I. JOYCE ZOLEZZI G.A.A. 2,3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1,2, Treas. 2; Latin Club 3; Future Nurses . 4; Ushers Club 4. SUSAN GITELIS Transferred from Northeast H.S., Philadelphia, Penn., 4; Prom Committee 3; Art Council 4; G.A.A. 3, Modern Dance Club 3; Hail Monitor 2; Personal Service Monitor 4; Spanish Club 2. se niors not pictured ROBERT ABRAMSON Transferred from Tuley H.S., Chicago, 2; Hall Guard 1,2; French Club 1,2. PETE BROWN H.R. Pres. I; Concert Band I; Arts Club, Executive Board 2; Spotlighters 2; Golden Galleon Guild 4; International Relations Club 4. MIKE BURKE Track 2,3,4; Chess Club I. GLORIA CAGNEY Racket Squad I; SSSH Sec. 3, SSSH Rater 4; Latin Club 1,2. ROBERT GOLDENBERG Transferred from Sullivan H.S., Chicago, 4; Football 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3 4, Captain 4; Letterman ' s Club 2,3,4; Hall Guard 2; Spanish Club I. ROBERT KITTREDGE Gymnastics 3, " Minor " N " 3; SSM Monitor 4. MICHAEL KOFF BRIAN LARISH Transferred from Norview H.S., Norfolk, Virginia, 3; Bowling Team I; Baseball Team 3. MARVIN MARK Football I; Science Fair I; Radio Club I; Physics Club 3. JOEL MEREDITH Transferred from Senn H.S., Chicago, 4; H.R. Pres. 4. RONALD PENN Transferred from South Shore H.S., Chicago, 4; Swimming 3; Student Service Council 1,2,3; Hall Guard 1,3, Captain 3; SSM Monitor 4; A.V.A. 4. SHARON PETERSON Student Council I; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Racket Squad I; Spanish Club 3. REX RASMUSSEN DAVID SCHAEFFER 169 WILLIAM SEDLACEK SSO Monitor 2. CAROL SEELEY Transferred from Trenton H.S., Trenton, Michigan, 2; Per¬ sonal Service Monitor 2. RICHARD STRUCK EDWARD THOMPSON THOMAS WILEY RON JAMAN Football I; Baseball I; Spanish Club 2,3; Hi-Y 3,4; Student Union Monitor 4; SSO 3,4; Big Brother 2. NOT PICTURED Steve Alpern Barbara Lee Argentar Ler. Berens Freya Berger Edward Berka, III Robert Brenner Barry Felcher Adrienne France Donald Hayes Sharon Herzberg Renfield Jachimowski Marshall Kadison Judy Kaiser Robert Klemme Ralph Knutson Dave Levinson James Mayer Alvin Mazz Gerald Nix Nathan Ohren Karen Proesel John Schmit Gerald Shapiro Sheila Smith Barbara Solomon Frederick Stansfield Alan Sweetow Richard Stevens Kenneth Terp James Thigpen 171 Standing: Mike Kiss (Sgt.-at-Arms. Parliamentarian). Carole Nachman (Treasurer), Kathy Luber (Corresponding Secretary), James Carder (President), June Haerle (Vice President), Starr Braverman (Recording Secretary). Front to back: Laurel Rechterman, Marilyn Felzer, Ross Miller, Bruce Miller, Harvey Margolis. Sharon Swanberg, Marvin Anderson, Mavis Lee, Leslie Kummer ow, Carole Goldsmith, Andrea Hoffman, Sue Rapper. Janet Heim, Sharon Gagne, Maureen Fishman, Judy Kaplan, John Gornstein, Marilyn McKay. Connie Nichols, Kathy Gabel, Judy Smith, James Weiss, Howard Bentkower, Andrea Kramer. Jackie Melvin, Elaine Jaet, Nancy Hanelin. juniors advance toward leadership. Upperclassmen at last! Relieved in discovering that there is no great or disaster- ous change involved, juniors rapidly become adjusted in their new environment at the East Division. Although quite busy with homecoming preparations and the prom, the junior becomes more " grade " conscious or " college " conscious. As the counselors appointment lists increase, the covers of college catalogues become familiar parts of the Nilehi scene. In spite of this note of seriousness, the junior continues to enjoy a long list of extra curricular activities and social events. With seniors graduating and their class dividing, with traditions amended and friendships ended, their memories still remain and are a part of the juniors ' lives. 172 ■M juniors MR. ADY Back Row: Stanton Phillips, Bill Geffinger, Irv Starkey, Richard Nilsson, Steve Valter, Bob Wilhelm- son, Ralph Schnaitman, Ted Kletnick. Third Row: Ken Davis, Marlene Kulwin, Marcia Menkin, Myra Schectman, Ronna Jacobs, Joanne Worthington, Norman Anderson. Second Row: Earl Simon, Sam Rappoport, Michael Friedler, Judy Tranter, Pat Hintz. First Row: Judy Didier, Sandra Cantz, Bon¬ nie Epstein, Diane Rosen, Heidi Goodman, Ellen Bilton. MR. ANDERSON Back Row: Dave Scheibe, Frank Summers, Pete Tragos, Gerald Hoff, Bob Dreyer, Randy Zemel, Donald Byers, Dan Herchensen. Third Row: Mari¬ lyn Wykowsky, Sharon Field, Karen Heller, Susan Yardley, Burton Morgan, Robert Capettini. Second Row: Paulette Gerard, Donna Kotarek, Dolores Brusin, Margaret Riley, Ross Miller. First Row: Coral Ghionzuli, Nancy Nelson, Julie Gorden, Char¬ lene Chang, Carole Benson, Sally Cooperman. MISS APPELL Back Row: John Esbrook, Pat Kamm, Roy Ander¬ son, Jim Mikolay, Ken Fiaummang, Roger Strimpel. Third Row: June Haerle, Jay Brautigam, Jeffery Jacobs, Merrily Ballou, John Hook. Second Row: Renee Kaluzna, Esther McLean, Gayle Wiegman, Allan Curtis, David Klebbe. First Row: Doris Blake, Charlene Hedberg, Vivian Gierlach, Anita Dogel, Lynn Watts, Carel Benson. MISS BECK Back Row: Andy Johns, Bob Lawler, Bill Bollinger, Dave Daley, Al Averbach, Richard Ross, Jerry Michael, Joel Feder. Third Row: Stuart Marshall, Wayne Traff, Howard Baitcher, Sharon Roberts, Joann Kling, Richard Ponto. Second Row: Kath¬ leen DeVogelear, Sharon Greenberg, Barbara Rek, Frank Demith, Virginia Claassen. First Row: Nancy Hanelin, Beryl Cohen, Frances Barron, Linda Levin, Roberta Horan, Eileen Denis. juniors MR. BLUESE Back Row: Jack Barranco, Ron Horlick, Bill Con¬ rad, Tom Townsend, Gary Kozdron, Terry Ostrow- ski, Ton Nilson. Second Row: Bonnie Feld, Bonnie Shannon, Judy Tarantur, Hilary Roberts, Barbara Katz, Lynette Sarow. First Row: Sherry Otto, Karen Eimstad, Mavis Lee, Carol Menes, Gayle Graham. MR. BYRAM Back Row: Bob Demaa, Ron Roberts, John Janet, Art Maslow, Steve Kaage, Ralph Larsen, Jeff Chase. Third Row: Don Leaf, Sam Weiss, Larry Brody, Ray Sakover, Dick Gevirtz, Dave Hoglund, Bob Ciminello, Jim Carder. Second Row: Carolyn Nelson, Donna Hendrickson, Kristi Peterson, Sally Strahan, Renee Waltzer, Marge Levin, Howard Berger. First Row: Donna Naylor, Sharon Haw¬ kins, Margaret McPherson , Toni Lyons, Jill Schmidt, Sidney Frary. MR. CARR Back Row: Robert Lukes, Fred Krause, Nick Mar¬ shall, Richard Hess, Denes Carroll, Ronald Slutsky, Thomas Ladd, John Gilman. Third Row: Larry Kohls, Ed Lawrence. John Brummett, Bonnie Weis- man, Pam Lassen, Virginia Backus, Gloria Balkonis. Second Row: Martha Herzon, Elizabeth Burkhardt, Michael Ricci, Rick Artwick, ' Ray Kohn, Judy Vogel. First Row: Georgia Katsoolias, Sharon Red¬ inger, Tina Zenner, Diane Grippo, Bonita Cowan, Jill Rubin. 174 juniors MR. DeJONGE Back Row: Doug Johnson, Jim Nelson, Carl Zolkow- ski, Paul Bishop, John Suelzle, Bob Janet. Third Row: Nikki Sasenick, Sheldon Kuperman, Jerry Jacover, Gene Bader, Sue Chere. Second Row: Nancy Julius, Sue Merriman, Mary Michelau, Hel¬ ene Hein, Judy Kaplan, Holly Scadron. First Row: Judy Hall, Darlene Friedkin, Linda Latham, Francine Raphael, Marilyn Maypole, Aneeta Krugly. MR. DORSEY Back Row: Bruce Miller, Bill Krupnick, Bob Wise, Ron Hilstrand, Richard Littrell, Phil Holder, Ron Derbes, James Roberts. Third Row: Virginia Burns, Barbara Lauerman, Marla Boyansky, Bill Kaplin, Frank Budzisz, Mike Santowski, Marty Levine. Sec¬ ond Row: Judy Kipperman, Phyllis Morriss, Julie Archibald, Mike Frandzel, Alin Skepner. First Row: Sue Faust, Linda Kanzelbaum, Pamela Kirk, Cheryl Immergluck, Eunice Reizner, Ronni Kahn. MRS. EDWARDS Back Row: Ron Factor, Ralph Weinberg, Barry Vernick, Pat Lowe, Gary Smith, Neill Brown- stein, Robert Arnston. Third Row: Steve Shipka, Pete Stephens, Jim Parchuta, Bob Altman, Glenn Greenberg, Bob Gilhooley, Harvey Savitsky, Sherry Sostrin. Second Row: Laurel Rechtermann, Virginia Sutton, Alice Hutter, Cheryl Wilson, Carole Snouf- fer, Sue Wershkoff, Sandra Johnson. First Row: Gail Bromberg, Lillian Halbreich, Gail Cohen, Sue Nem- eroff, Lois Massey, Marcy Hoffman. MR. FINK Back Row: Barry Kreisler, Gary Dobbe, Dave Hel- mer, Bruce Johnson, Richard Levy. Third Row: Louis Lutz, Kenneth Cohen, Chuck Primrose, Allen Tan- nebaum, Patricia Wulf, Howard Bentkower. Sec¬ ond Row: Gary Tennison, Norman Goodman, Wil¬ liam Young, Sandra Dean, Howard Goldenstein, First Row: Debbie Falstein, Nancy Eagen, Janice Amsterdam, Sue Stauber, Sandra Bolka, Judie Smith. juniors MRS. GROSSMAN Back Row: Dick Cirrincione, Joe Margalski, Steve Bernsten Bill Stender Frank Quante, Tim Hagerty, Randy Wick. Third Row: Bonnie Cheney, Evelyn Oros, Ron Tiersky. Ken Foster. Second Row: Caroi Schmidt. Marge McEvoy, Joanne Deutsch, Sandra Larsen, Bruce Bendoff . First Row: Allyn Arnold, Alice Spector, Jane Barnett, Deanna Gerber, Carol Goldsmith, Ann Kazanow. Absent: Pete Penelle, Bob Hepburn, Dennis Owca, Pat Wyzgala. MISS HAWKINS Back Row: Stuart Rubner, Don Zwigoff, Marshal Ship, Charles Zucker, Richard Hoffing, Ken Semen- tek, Joseph Schmidt, Jim Boukas. Second Row: Judy Hillman, Carol Smart, Carol Murray, Carol Lenox Linda Kaufmann. First Row: Karen Smith, Carol Wright, Barbara Feldner, Barbara Smith, Pat Eins- weiler, Darlene Mendyk. MISS HONN Back Row: Fred Leavitt, Richard Joos, John Shabel, Warren Cooper, George Kreegier, John Heitman, Connie Worth. Third Row: Irene Ferguson, Paula Sienkiewicz, Diane Rutkowski, Lee Gordon, Brina Krader, Joan Kempton. Second Row: Barbara Sing¬ er, Jim Block, Barbara Graff, Ruth O ' Brien, Jere Kluge. First Row: Theresa Cierny, Sue Rapper, Myra Burns, Karen Osney, Jacqueline Smith, Pat Ander¬ son. MR. JOSEPH Back Row: Jim Marmel, Michael Thiry, Rob ert Brody, Lloyd Brown, Larry Jamrozek, Bob Ellen- shon Chuck Bair. Third Row: Geri Little, Bill Kaplan, Pat Grybowski, Arliss Breen, Diana Austin. Second Row: Eleanor Levine, Barbara Hopps, Jo¬ anne Dahlman, Richard Berk, Alan Stone. First Row: Nancy Shapiro, Wilma Haugness, Judy Schwartz, Jill Schwartz, Sandra McWherter, Elaine Jaet. 176 juniors MISS ' KILLEBREW Back Row: Dennis McIntosh, Edward Carl, Gene Lubin, Alan Klinke, Don Brown, Roger Ferrandez- Rojo, Jim Oeschler. Third Row: Sharon Schloskey, Norma Avola, Mike Wexler, Jerry Rabin, Fred Andrews, Tina Benson, Marilyn McKay, David Kurti. Second Row: Sherry Herman, Diane Unter- schuetz, Helen Jackson, Barry Tefka, Ron Jesse, Barbara Apelian, Donald Berger. First Row: Diane Reitzer, Lynn Morgan, Phyllis Rosen, Diane Pavlove, Nena Goldberg, Corinne Grayson. MISS KLINGER Back Row: Edward Gould, Richard Mendes, James Swinger, Jack Feldman, Dale Johnston, Michael Benedict, Albert Harris. Third Row: Sanford Rugen- dorf, Carolyn Schoeller, Alan Kassin, Daniel Har¬ vey, Sandra Hillberg, Lynn Ross. Second Row: Louise DeCarl, Robert Hussey, Susan Penn, Justine Varney, Donna Nechistak, Richard Nardi, Lynne Chamlin. First Row: Joanne Krause, Victoria Tin- dell, Marlene Brooks, Judy Smith, Marilou Owen, Barbara Axelrod. MISS LACHMAN Back Row: Michael Decker, Tom Conaway, Michael Boyle, Ronald Hillstrand, Robin Wise, Dave Koeh¬ ler. Second Row: Linda Cohen, Paul Brietzke, Craig Feldpausch, Jacqueline Melvin, Tamara Arbetman. First Row: Roberta Kite, Arlene Cooper, Carol Chada, Ronnie Maul, Jerri-Rae Hook, Arlene Rosen. MISS LAMBERG Back Row: Ronald Jaeger, Martin Babendererde, Richard Connolly, Robert Karas, Daniel Orchowski, Richard Henriksen, Bill Seguin. Third Row: Glenn Eyles, David Block, Ruthann Mulder, Judi Zaidler, Karen Chelin. Second Row: Dennis Klein, Steven Lampert, Trudy Taitz, Linda Peterson, Carolyn Henkin. First Row: Jayne Shields, Barbara Berg, Starr Braverman, Jane Levin, Paulette Armstrong, Risha Rotkin. juniors MR. LARSON Back Row: Burt Weisberg, Glenn Wentink, Michael Friedman, Barry Robins, Dennis Moberg, Bob Ein- horn. Third Row: Connie Nichols, Do+te Scanlan, Howard Kurland. Sandy Swade Bunni Radsin. Sec¬ ond Row: Yale Wolk, Sharon Basara, Carol Gard¬ ner, Jeff Golob. First Row: Pamela Porter, Diane Stevens, Janet Day, Jeanette Bartsch, Betty Shul- man. MR. LEIPOLD Back Row: Bruce Beezy, Robert Herkert, James Hart, William Nimmo, James Albert, Tommy Giljum, Stephen Seibel. Third Row: Carol Gahan, Edward Rowe Raymond Elvey, Theodore Janek, Herbert Meites, Gretchen Anderson. Second Row: Regina Foss, Sharon Youngkrantz, Peggy Bistolfo, Simone Fields, Martha Zari, Lyle Ransom. First Row: Marilyn von der Sitt, Sharon Swanberg, Char¬ lene Selk, Bobby Schwartz, Sherry Schwartz, Char¬ lotte Warda. MRS. LOEW Back Row: Mike Lewis, Bob Wallace, Stanley Harris, Don Jacobs, Lyle Mink, Vic Demartino. Third Row: Ruth Dorrian, Nancy Steinseifer, Stuart Bel I us. Bill Schwartz, Carol Wekony. Second Row: John Hilbert, Edwin Hagen, Sharon Kunar, Kathy Luber, Joan Singer, Barry Yavitz. First Row: Kath¬ leen Stockmar, Terry Keller, Jean Bert, Lorette Fiocchi, Nancy Norberg, Lynette Fray. MR. MACKEY Back Row: Ron Woods, Bob Tuchow, Howard Gebel, Donald Haroldson, Ray Beens, Al Krause, Bruce Patis. Third Row: Karen Ann Williams, Elaine Dalson, Judith Rhodes, Marilyn Felzer. Second Row: Sharlene Mednick Margaret Snow, Susan Lewin, A lice Barnow, Dave Anderson. First Row: Peggy Singer, Mary Ann Spryszak, Gay Kramer, Claire Balin, Janice Gordon. 178 juniors MRS. LINDEN Back Row: Alan Nachman, Joseph LeDuc, Jack Mulis, Ken Borcia, Harvey Marqolis, Robert Repke, Charles Goldstein. Third Row: Penny Levey. Roberta Teitle, Susan Cook, Mike Green, Richard Flack, Kenneth Quigley. Second Row: Meredith McCarten, Phyllis Kreis, Gail Gresham, JoEllen Pfeiffer, Steve May. First Row: Margaret Fortney, Arlene Paul, Marlene Ruttenberg, Ronnie Schaffner, Diane Schoenberg, Alice Berko. MR. MEYER Back Row: Karen Sylvan, Darlene Mueller, Sandi Rumack, Bob Prideaux, Jim Feurer, Eugene Groat, Mel Brenner, Neil Friedman. Third Row: Irene Freske, Sue Bourgerie, Bonnie Stanfield, Karen Kos- zuta, Andi Hoffman, Tom Glade, Barry Lutz. Second Row: Diane Gross, Trude Brei, Carol Bloom, Gayle Hirsch, Ann Blumberg. First Row: Rozlyn Steinberg, Sharon Tobey, Barbara Silverman, Doreen Korn, Marilyn Singer, Shelly Sutton. MR. MOSHAK Back Row: Jim Eclfmann, Tom Beddia, Mike Becker, James Kromer, Frank Skutta, Perry Ross. Third Row: Bill Sunter, Gilbert Poppenhagen, Roberta Shefsky, Ron Wojtas, Kathy Gabel, Lee Warsaw. Second Row: JoAnne Borisof, Lynn John¬ son, Barbara Meyer, John Ramsey, Sonja Carlson, Ronna Teichman. First Row: Kathy Faber, Marsha Zimmerman, Dianne Zeutschel, Lori Immergluck, Lynn Ghionzoli. MR. NAPIER Back Row: Robert Weiss, Richard Moldenhauer, Michael Friedman, Aldis Rucins, Jerrold Dulkin, Helen Dugan, Karen Sigel. Third Row: Gloria Hill¬ man, Sherry Shapiro, Janet Bloch, Garnet Carlson, Kathryn Blaul, Sandra Ruehrdanz. Second Row: Steven Poster, Alan Segal, Arthur Block, John Jaeger, Charles Prebish. First Row: Barbara Hessell, Joyce Greenb erg, Gayle Nesler, Susan Nelson, Janet Heim, Peggy Franz. 179 juniors MR. NELSON Back Row: Jerry Robinson, Gary PI ice, Mitch Skolnik, Bill Zoellner, Marv Anderson, Bob Brown, Ken Noesen. Third Row: Ron Ditthardt, Janice Lehman, Dale Barkin, Heidi Herbrich, Sandra Sach, Amanda Pietrini. Second Row: Barbara Schu- hrke, Nancy Muth, Kathleen McEnerney, Vic Witch¬ er, Gary Linderann. First Row: Cheryl Lewin, Joyce Irwin, Bev Jones, Aline Kite, Joan Kraemer, Karen Leftwich. MR. PIROK Back Row: Paul Frank, Fred Bolin, Terry Wolf, Edward Walski, Tom Foss, Sylvan Steinburg. Third Row: Terrie Brusman, Ernest Thery, Richard Du- May, Jerry Turry, Michael Rappaport. Second Row: Elliott Pearl, Garry Oliva, Sharon Crampe, Marlene Goodfield, Priscilla Meuer, Vivian Habler. First Row: Candi Tubekis, Joyce Youngblood, Carolyn Van, Sally Sanders, Edith Eisenberg, Carole Nach¬ man. MR. G. SCHERB Back Row: Asa Oye, Barry Wagner, Don Puetz, Fred Kaplan, Mike Stavy, Jim Nelson, Greg John¬ son, Gary Yellen. Third Row: Howard Becker, Harold Norris, Rosemary Garro, Nancy Wendt, Barbara Young, Mary Ann Zalud, Harley Cook- liss. Second Row: Maureen Fishman, Dorothy Wana- ski, Gayle Tobey, Mike Lieberman, Stewart Shiman, Frank Zimmerman. First Row: Louise Martish, Lynn Kelz, Judy Rosenthal, Robin Reid, Virginia Webb, Sue Salberg. MR. TEST Back Row: Dave Parry, Malcolm Nineberg, Jerry Dorband, Rick Haber, Barry Cohen, Jerry Zimber- off, Joe Starkey. Third Row: Diane Owca, Darlene Woywot, Steve Alter, Jim Snower. Second Row: Ray Brzny, Dick Pierini, Mike Duhl, Carolyn Merrill, Joan Berloznik. First Row: Brenda Silverman, Merle Yablin, Ellen Goldbaum, Andrea Kramer, Carol Kreinick, Kathy Glaves. juniors MRS. TODD Back Row: Don Fabbro, Don Linder, Gerald Mir- shak, Richard Ingersoll, Bill Hess, Mike Kiss, Stuart Argentar. Third Row: Cheryl Weber, Joel Kessler, Bob Ratze. Second Row: Pat Laing, Janice Streu, Carol Green, Carol Ha gel, Bobbi Henner. First Row: Judith Kamps, Elaine Schwartz, Sharon Boyko, Janice Kamps, Suzanne Marwil, Lynn Siegel. MR. WARNER Back Row: Donald Hanson, Mike Klug, John Lowe, Martin Sheehan, Gary Frank, Steve Stone. Third Row: Penny Corn, Ray Hassan, Howard Wandell, Diana Kelter, Carole Blumenthal. Second Row: Mike Payne, John Pasypanko, David Cooper, Barry Fisher, Joan Deitch, Sharon Gagne. First Row: Merle Dorfman, Carol Ferraro, Rickey Ex, Julie Wilson, Diane Kwolek, Barbara Starkman. MR. WELCH Back Row: Clay Williamson, Erwin Vieck, Charles Baker, Gary Mendelsohn, Burt Friedman, Creigh Gornstein. Third Row: Cheryl Thomas, Kenneth DeGraffenreid, Henry Fidler, Kenneth Hansen, Ed¬ ward Gillman. Second Row: Maribeth Kispert, Janice Eddy, Kenneth Woltson, Karen Wahlestrom, Jennifer Spain, Mary Michelau. First Row: Donna Behr, Debbie Selin, Roberta Brooks, Diane Simons, Lois Karch, Sandy Colecchia. MR. WOOD Back Row: Barry Siegal, Daniel Pontecore, Wiiiiam Vanmersbergen, James Brown, Kermit Corcoran, Howard Michael, Frederick Weihs, Howard Cohen. Third Row: Linda Weinbrecht, Carol Recher, Susan Fox, Louise Hanson, Michael Dinitz, Neil Pollock. Second Row: Pat Crowe, Herta Bachmann, Marybeth Pinch, James Weiss, Kenneth Kann. First Row: Sandra Weiss, Ann Arnstein, Barbara Gordon, Judi Weintraub, Arlene Rubenstein, Ger¬ aldine Stocker. Back Row: Diane Taylor, Dean Adams, Bruce Porter, Chuck Vetzner, Marlene Learner, Sue Mogill. Fourth Row: Evelyn Zukerman, Sharon Larson, Rosanne Trilling, Robin Kaufman, Mary Aggen, Diane Marks, Lyle Archer, Bill Timmer. Third Row: Roberta Benson, Elunne Chaplik, Sue Vraney, Marilyn Greene, Kay Patterson, Candy Johnson, Charlene Mueller. Second Row: Carol Fink, Jill Underwood, Rochelle Amado, Ellen Sapoznik, Renne Bryer. First Row: Gene Rocca (Sgt.-at-arms), Suzanne Ritchey (Secretary), Steve Colton (Treas¬ urer), Bob Silverstein (Vice President), Stella Mantalos, Dennis Kite (President). sophomores, at the half-way mark. The sophomores, the so-called " seniors " of Niles West, have accepted their position of leadership with ease and pleasure. With no upperclassmen to over¬ shadow their influence, they have become the " top men on the totem pole " , the " executives " of the West Division. The responsibilities of freshmen orientation rest with these sophomores, for they set the examples to be followed by their under¬ classmen. In their role as leaders, they help to keep Nilehi traditions a part of West Division. In addition to maintaining this leadership, the sophomores have met the challenge of more advanced courses with time remaining for both friends and activities. Thus, rewarding and busy are the two adjectives which best describe the sophomore year. sophomores MR. ANDERSON Back Row: Ike Heller, Peter Serenje, Bruce Zoloft, Bob Goode, Ron Stryker, Les Multack, Allen Koln, Ron Tutt, Howie Clyman. Third Row: Joel Blitstein, Gene Rocca, Bob Epstein, Leon Files, Larry Jordan, Harry Bloom, Jeff Cowy. Second Row: Diana Boni- fert, Maureen Peskin, Cheryl Clausen, Renee Flor¬ ence, Liz Schug, Sherie Kushner, Gail Mindell, Karen Kessler. First Row: Darlene DiGileo, Barbara Biga, Karen Becker, Gail Benzel, Rochelle Amado, Karen Slotky. MR. CARRELL Back Row: Merle Pollack, Allen Lazar, Tom White, Michael Baer, Don Sykora, Larry Gilman, Ken Catte ' lier. Third Row: Honora Fury, Helen Payne. Second Row: Tom Yactor, Peter Tselekis, Judy Siegal, Marilyn Feinberg, Sharon Berliant, Lyle Tartak. First Row: Arlene Morishita, Anorea Irgang, Diane Damsz, Kay Patterson, Darlene Radzin, Gail Kozlov. MR. CECH Back Row: Mike Evans, Ruth Oslund, Steve Sears, Ron Gale, Wayne Semmerling, Charles Goldberg, Martin Roach, Barbara Belgrade. Third Row: John Sullivan, Kurt Stier, Peter Chagares, Walter Zavilla. Second Row: Charlene Swider, Helen Medoff, Elynne Chaplick, Diane Kruse, Kenny Klein, Howard Bittman. First Row: Kathy Finn, Gail Palmer, Susan Dempers, Cherie Bohat, Gail Gordon, Emmy Ruben- stein, Sandra Skrzymowski. MR. COLVER Back Row: David Paul, Ron Greenberg, David Emerson, Gary Steadman, Ricky Millis, Johme Proffitt, Chuck Levin, William Brier, Ray Hadamik. Fourth Row: Rick Stein, Lawrence Miller, Earl Hof- fenberg, Harvey Mandel, Robin Wine, Jackie Brodsky. Third Row: Diane Marks, Andrea Affrunti, Vickie Potempa, Nancy Johnson. Second Row: Mar¬ tha Sherman, Sue Kraatz, Ron Tash, Philip Armato, Melvin Kirchler, Sue Cooper, First Row: Florence Dover, Carol Best, Joy Frodin, Carlynn Stellar, Dorothy Matter, Maryann Mudgett, Maria Dory. 183 sophomores MISS CONKLIN Back Row: Chuck Vetzner, Mike Wortman, Rich Randel, Mike Delman, Bob Schillo, Reg. Sachi- mouski, Rick Haller, Dave Rubin, Mike Cahan. Third Row: Marlene Dienstag, Ron Ratner, Larry Olsen, Bob Barber, Nancy Nelson, Dick Wold, Bruce Kanne, Mark Lane, Sue Eichhorn, Barry Feigen- baum. Second Row: Phil Sosnowski, Gail Kariolick, Sue Dolnick, Donna Gendell, Gale Carlson, Mar¬ lene Stein, Melodye Panchesin, Waller llene. First Row: Judy Mailer, Eileen Jacobson, Lila Hassan, Cathie Wagner, Diane Guttler, Marjorie Sarnat, Robin Leigh. MRS. DIMON Back Row: Steve Schwartz, Ray Elias, Bob Wider- quist, Dick Reynolds, Phil Bentley, Harvey Slutzky, Bill Timmer, John Papandrea. Fourth Row: Dan Mar- rinson, Darlene Vidock, Ellen Fletcher, Louise Lar¬ son, Let itia Bekier, Barry Carnow. Third Row: Elliot Silber, Richard Kazelak, Norman Kellner, Ray Dean. Second Row: Joyce Whitton, Jane Allen, Alexis Magged, Darlene Schmidt, Susan Janik, Richard Kaye. First Row: Susan Schweit, Janice Davidson, Shelia Kazmierczak, Nadine Weiss, Helene Har¬ wood, Gail Mason, Carol Jacobson, Judy Wallace. MRS. DITKOWSKI Back Row: Bill Johnson, Glenn Larson, Gary Swen- siger, Phil Phleger, Steve Sher, Cheie Berger, John Kroger, Barbara Boysen. Third Row: Mary Ann Dilig, Shelly Plotkin, Karen Kinsch, Tony Muskat, John Wojakowaki, Alan Bolon. Second Row: Ron Just, Monica Lauer, Ken Gordan, Alan Stern, Alan Finger, Bob Connelly, Barbara Kalver. First Row: Sarah Fox, Marilyn Janis, Paula Meyers, Marilyn Green, Julie Codell, Joy Snyder, Charlotte Tinker. MRS. DOVRE Back Row: Rob Golden, Phil Monson, Janet Terp, Robert Heffron, Paul Zemel, Robert Strand, Russell Peterson. Third Row: Gary Lorenz, Barry Wein- traub, Judy Mehlman, David Hussey. Second Row: Bill Seibel, Barbara Chez, Nina Kryski, Sandy Lis- nek. First Row: Janes Chapnick, Beverly Gore, Roberta Bolon, Maxine Kaplan, Eileen Bender, Sally Hoover. sophomores MR. ENGLE Back Row: Dan Sideman, John Schmidt, Elliott Bender, Chris Shaughaiessy, Roger Patek, Charles Giovanelli, John Ferguson, Don Johnson, John Void, Mike Weinlein. Fourth Row: Gary Schweig, Lance Vincent, Dan Bostron, Barry Laskov, Mike Doniger, Joe Wilson. Third Row: Brad Kaste, Gloria Ketter¬ ing, Pat Selzer, Alice Swanson, Pat Riley, Rosanne Trilling. Second Row: Sue Furster, Donalee Wein¬ stein, Karen Andersen, Sharon Sager, Sally Olson, Susie Fian. First Row: Joan Mann, Carol Becker, Laura Cech, Margo Wise, Helen Teneicken, Donna Weingalt, Cheryl Bates, Robert Couzins. MR. HARVEY Back Row: Bruce Porter, Bob Finn, Dennis Herkert, Ron Gore, Harvey Muslin, Tim Lee, Gerald Jvarsky, Ken Altshuler. Fourth Row: Ken Krone, Jim Corty, Rick Martinez, John Reese. Third Row: Idalee Frank¬ enstein, Lynne Johanson, Terry Torosic, Sue Grecu, Howard Bolnick. Second Row: Jim Tovell, Ronald Sherman, Juanita Boyk, Gail Berger. First Row: Alyse Plotnick, Arlynne Cohen, Karen Schwartz, Glee Miller, Michele Lazar, Dorene Sohr, Connie Phelan. MISS HATCHER Back Row: James Wicker, Jeffery Tieger, Robert Kropf, Dwight Yoshioka, Dan Ehrensaft, Gary Mc¬ Call, Harold Schlicting, Louis Page, Gerald Klein. Third Row: Janis Tenner, Susan Wainberg, Janet Dahlin, Dow Deck, Victor Banks, Gerald Weihs, Alan Scheufler, Janice Felber, Donna Mairson, Sue Adel- man. Second Row: Joel Zimmerman, Jerry Kamen¬ sky, Marilyn Schneider, Jill Underwood, Meryl Har¬ ris, Donna Turner, Judith Landaver, Gerald Wag¬ ner. First Row: Lynette Rabin, Pamela White, Susan Nixon, Lucille Ballestra, Carol Campbell, Ellen Sapoznik, Joan Kardoff. MRS. HOBBS Back Row: Craig Jantsch, Gale Carlson, Jeff Shan- in, Dennis Lauter, Richard Opensky, Al Elenewski, Len Singer, Harold Weibel, Gary Gats. Third Row: Buddy Marks, Art McLin, Howard Kaste, Marty Weiss, Rosemary Patek, Toni Anderson, David Polakoff, Ken Pearson. Second Row: Marlene Lear¬ ner, Linda Schmid, Donna Harrison, Marcia Ream, Jean Karlensky, Karen Felber. First Row: Alayna Roth, Sue Mandel, Jacqueline Moravick, Marcia Langer, Karen-Lee Nord, Francine Uditsky, Diane Klein. sophomores MR. HOOSLINE Back Row: Keith Perrin, Jerry Kahn, Larry Gabl, Ralph Paquet, John Hanlon, Richard Felsenthal, Howard Singer, Richard Mariacher, Joe Pitzer, Elliot Davidow. Third Row: Harold Selz, Larry Katsoulis, Jim Reed, Larry Sharpiro, Ross Bendel, Mike Bauer, Kim Harfst, Robin Kaufman, Diane Alder, Dennis Dilg. Second Row: Vicki Gershberg, Pat Baumann, Paula Leibowitz, Sheila Gold, Karen Reinhard, Maureen Paul, Karen Cleanoff. Helen Weber. First Row: Nancy Tucker, Kathy Ellis, Nili Olive, Nan¬ ette Jacobs, Jill Markin, Jane McMurray, Terry Carsky. MISS HOUSEHOLDER Back Row: Bill Chagares, Jeff Hartenfeld, Leslie Rimmler, Robert Ruyle, Michey Birger, Edward Gold, Edward Zastrow, James Allen, Rich Mitten- thal. Third Row: Joseph Liss, Ken Petersen, Linda Swerinsky, Christine Citro, Larry Brandel, Sue Kellman, Dean Marines. Second Row: Arlene May¬ er, Deb Orzeske, Judy Erickson, Maria Sinkus, Cynthia Krumsieg, Linda Lindemann, Ellen Horwitz, Trudie Baskin. First Row: Debbie Beil, Judy Gold¬ stein, Judy Blumenthal, Carol Fink, Judy Rosen- gard, Sue Karsten. MR. JOHN Back Row: Bruce Miller, Harry Hochfelder, Jeuel McWheater, Bill Kessel Richard Formeister, Dave Lerner, Phil Greenberg. Third Row: Marilyn John¬ son, Anne Dorband. Second Row: Michael Nudel- man, Andy Berman, Richard Young, Dot Andrea- son, Sherle Morgan, Sue Poklop. First Row: Kris Connelly. Stella Mantalos, Andrea Lev, Peter Cyrog, Jean Margulies, Bob Anderson. MRS. JENKINS Back Row: Greg Ziemianin, Bill Johnson, Dan Pinch, Sam Wernick, Bill Lorr, Phil Moss, Alan Christen¬ sen, Morton B ' att. Third Row: Delphine Niewia- domski, Carol Fixet, Roberta Benson, Kathi Kent, Dean Robson, Tom Valos. Second Row: Marie Theis, Judy Locher, Sue Scholnick, Marie Persky. First Row: Maurice Strom. Marilee Diesterheft, Sue Gottfried, Sue dayman, Carol Kumlin, Karen Bonesz, Ron Heftman. sophomores MISS LaMAR Back Row: Steve Brown, Tom Gardner, Glenn Sulser, Jay Shavin, Ralph Piwko, Tom Lund. Fourth Row: Mike Goodman, Stuart Fine, Steve Colton, Marvin Kay, James Murphy, Duncan Mudloff. Third Row: Janice Imber, Sue Kimball, Carlene Hunter, Sheri Schulman. Second Row: Wendy Grossman, Jayne Dilg, Sue Berberick, Annette Met¬ zger, Eileen Libby, Holly Lassen. First Row: Carol Louis, Carole Logiurato, James Rosenzweig, Ray Henriksen, Richard Heilman, Karen Christensen, Suzanne Foss. MISS LAWSON, Back Row: Larry Wolfinsohn, Wayne Ruderman, Robert Steffeck, John Engstrom, Ray Pross, Mike Delott, Marty Miller, Paul Pershin, Gayle Levin. Third Row: Gary Lewis, Mike Purcell, Mike Ettinger, Ronnie Arndt, Warren French, Judy Stevens, Karen Hettema, Ellyn Cowan. Second Row: Bobbi Ep¬ stein, Bob Grossman, Ronald Hoffman, Linda Mas¬ ters, Phyllis Johnson, Lynn Kraemer, M aria Berman, Elaine Levinson, Charlene Mueller. First Row: Richard Bloom, Sue Povlo, Joan Kroichick, Maxine Shikoff, Sharon Lewisberg, Hilary Henner, Harriet Duhl. MRS. MARGUARDT Back Row: Dick Knott, Robert Crane, Barry Kutock, Walter Kay, Alan Hirsh, Loyd Pressman, Bob Vol- mer, Larry Rosen. Fourth Row: Bobbie Lutren, Con¬ nie Johnson, Ruth Loeding, Martin Bramson, Gary Graff, Marvin Primack. Third Row: Ira Kann, Jeff Siegel, Alan Winter, Mike Fohrman. Second Row: Ellen Pildes, Marie Dolgin, Inez Klein, Sharlene Learner, Maureen Freres, Marla Milton. First Row: Sandra Kay, Joyce Starr, Alice Griffin, Holly Brown, Lauren Shepacd, Alice Winston, Katie Co¬ hen. MR. McKENTY Back Row: Bob Anderson, Bill Graham, Ja y For¬ man, Craig Curry, Bill Brandt, Jack Novit, Ethan Braunstein, Bill Zager, Byron Kutok. Second Row:. Sue Bergsman, Lynn Johnson, Mealine Klinn, Sally Gross, Diane Bridge, Gary Hirsh, Jeff Kaywood. First Row: Alice Anthony, Lynn Leopold, Sandi Friedlander, Merle Cohen, Pam Pliskin, Donna Dombeck. sophomores MRS. PANOS Back Row: Jack Berger, Sanford Schwimmer, Robert Todd, Jim Isaacson, Jim Allison, Harvey Gersh, B ' ll Richardson, Dora Heine, Richard Orloff. Third Row: Charles Young, Clair Williams, Niel Phillips, Kathleen Cashatt, Jack Kemnitz, Jack Permer, Steve Drela, Mitchell Joffe. Second Row: Roberta Seid- man, Sharon Larson, Roseann Schmidt, Sheila Ger- stein, Lynn Weiss, Jean Moss, Alana Penner, An¬ thony Mamone, Melvin Rainer, Jeff Marker. First Row: Marsha Levin, Valerie Powers, Yolanda Szwajger, Rochelle Karol, Elmaza Hassan, Lea Beaubien, Barbara Vincent, Sheryl Feldman, Helen Marling. MISS PARAS Back Row: Bill Link, Larry Noesen, Ken Hopps, Lester Turovitz, Ken Portrue, Al Kitchen, Ted Mau¬ rer, Bruce Shuster. Third Row: George Herter Adri¬ enne Lurie, Janice Pietrzak, Stuart Cowin, Ken Shultz, Mel Roseman, Karen Anderson, Sandy Sonne, Stewart Treger. Second Row: Roz Greene, Barbara Cywinski, Candy Johnson, MaraLynn Berger, Mar¬ lene Schwartz, Gail Klapman, Elaine Traiforos, John Kavooras. First Row: Barbara Finder, Barbara Froh- man, Lana Dinitz, Edith Goldberg, Jackie Miller, Karen Cohen, Susie Freeman. 1 — MR. PAULSON Back Row: Herbert Zarov, Robert Lis, Jack Mise, Dale Rust, Randall Burns, Stuart Epstein. Fourth Row: Norman Glutzer, Dennis Kite, Earl Ferguson, Nancy Silzer, Tina Kroon, Alan Stern. Third Row: Maureen Larson, Judee Fine, Marie Bedoe, Lynda Payne. Second Row: Jacqueline Czerniak Benjamin Rabin, Leon Bilton, Barbara Dongilli, Dianne Kerrel, Joseph Weisbrodt. First Row: Barbara Laff, Arlene Orlove, William Hork, Virginia Butzow, Audrey Levin, Margaret Goldenbogen, Stuart Richter. MRS. SACHER Back Row: Mickey Kesselman, Kyle Archer, Paul Orser, Bob Hoffman, Fred Wulff, Dennis Fornoff, Frank Duda. Dennis Rossi, John Walter, David Levee. Third Row: Ed Sotello, Bob Greenberg, Penny Frishman, Marsha Johnson, Steve Spilberg, Judy Levatino, Steve Allen, Ira Miller, Jack Berger. Sec¬ ond Row: Carol Gutbrod, Karen Bro, Maureen Wolf, Karen Andrews, Marsha Bernstein, Bunny Cooper, Rosemary Kohler, Marlyn Silver. First Row: Rosalyn Klott, Gail Moss, Bobbe Robins, Jean O ' Malley, Bonnie Cooper, Lil Sherman. 188 sophomores MR. SANDBERG Back Row: Gerald Posedel, Margaret Schulfp. Tom Champion, Bill Gutshick, Earl Brocato, ' oe Holz- warth, Ron Schatsick, John Brunderm . Third Row: Sean Wright, Nona Levin, Gary Seiden, Dennis Lid- berg, Kathy Gold, Al Kirshner, Tom Perri, Barry Ashkinaz. Second Row: Ruth Field, Sue Ritchey, Marcia Burnstein, Richard Buelow, Bob Stein, Mar¬ lene Blitstein, Mark Epstein, Claudia Novotny. First Row: Renee Maston, Danna Hirsch, Sherry Holzman, Dawn Wilinkin, Donna Kaufman, Sherry Berns, Betty Kritzler. MR. SCHNURR Back Row: Barbara Ederer, Gary Sax, Bob Kravitz, Don Haas, Bill Kalmes, Allan Witzel, Jack Burr, Bill Oliver. Third Row: Mike Andelman, Joe Fa Mice, Lewis Davidson, Gene Adelman, Evelyn Zuker- man, Joanne Wheeler. Second Row: Robin Wagner, Sue Ingersoll, Jeff Smith, Joe Vaughn, Rayanne Painter, Zona Kaplan. First Row: Laurie Taylor, Mardell McMahon, Barbara Hoffman, Bonnie Bak- ken, Alan Ralsky, Jill Underwood, Sue Gallowich. MR. SORENSEN Back Row: George Scott, Steve Horwitz, Joe Kennedy, Mike Cavanaugh, Robert Silverstein, John Dubonn, Rick Bergren. Third Row: Steve Turpack, Randy Gibson, Joe Maro, Jay Davidow. Second Row: Bruce Ackerman, Geri Bolon, Coralie Vodian, Susan Trowbridge, Diane Seligman, Linda Roberts. First Row: Susan Ferrell, Judy Massing, Sheree Heller, Bonnie Olsher, Janice Potnick, Jackie Lantz, Brenda Davis. MISS SPRANKEL Back Row: Marilyn Crafton, Maynard Lichterman, Arnie Glassberg, Bill Hohman, Jack Stein, Aaron Stal, Morrie Friedman, Ron Kirschner, Fourth Row: Sharon Bieber, Sandra Peacock, Joy Wermund, Merrily Herrmann, Mike Smaller, Lester Aschqr. Third Row: Jim Perlow, Jim Puccinelli, Bennett Ru¬ dolph, Barbara Jvarsky. Second Row: Doreen Stock¬ er, Nancy Krischke, Barry Epstein, Betty Sielski, Richard Miller, Tim Harrigan. First Row: Pam Duke, Joyce Mastron, Rhoda Glenzer, Diane Anton, Ro¬ berta Grossman, Naureen Pozner, Renee Bryer. sophomores MRS. STEMPEL Back Row: Craig Wagner, Mike MacCullum, Gil Unatin, Dean Adams, Bob Sorakin, Richard Sme- vold, Ron Damman, Mike Kagan, Dan Raab. Third Row: Christine Hoffner, Maryann Callela, Barbara Graczyk, Tom Wilson, Walter Ingstrup, Lee Colon- na, Penny Varney, Claire Tabel, Bill Faehse. Second Row: John Katsoolias, Jim Albrecht, Jane Nielson, Barbara Ruthberg, Carol Bacino, Diane Wasserman, Mike Saken, Roy Carlson. First Row: Louise Weil- berg, Francine Zak, Barbara Sabin, Terry Zimka, Kathy Haller, Lorraine Zend. MISS TIPTON Back Row: John Isaac, Gil Samson, Tom Weise, Loretta Trendler, Gerald Wagner, Equardo Szust, Tom Adams. Third Row: Diane Taylor, Isabelle Bach¬ man, Mike Olenick, Dan Smith, John Minx, Marty Capsuto, Barry Paas, Arthur Galen, Barry Lade- hoff, David Nelson. Second Row: Karen McCarthy, Joan Wells, Elizabeth Fagerstrum, Linda Young, Juliette Bain, Cheryl Dahl. First Row: Karen Anger, Dale Sachnoff, Mike Racusin, Bruce Varon, Marlene Harris, Diane Pahnke, Susan Kamen. MR. VanARSDALE Back Row: Barry Manpearl, Bill Wehrmacher, David McCarty, Leslie Jaeger, Ira Cogan, Carl Rath, Wayne Hanson, Patrick Neville, Phil DiGrazia, Frederic Samson, James Smith. Fourth Row: Judy Elias, Mary Aggen, Cheryl Schinberg, Lisa Mandel, Barb Passman, Robert Schmidt, Barbara Paus, James Sitman. Third Row: Gary Spies, Mike Wolff, Steven Lazar, Steve Kaplan, Barb Kontelas. Second Row: Harriet Verbin, Cheryl Lanoff, Jim O ' Neill, Frances Weinman, Donna Tax. First Row: Robin Coleman, Heather Nissenson, Gail Schneider, Harriet Gel- man, Janet Carlson, Fred Rosen, Eileen Novitt. MISS WILLIAMS Back Row: Thomas Schmidt, Ralph Johnson, Robert Martin Gerald Berman, Robert Pastorelli, Barry Kerman, John Schulz, Richard Young. William Peter¬ son. Third Row: Garry Nevins, Robert Weinstein, Matt Harper, Dennis Painter, Allen Kaplan, Wil¬ liam Toelke, Marvin Ruben, Norman Druck, Bruce Silverstein. Second Row: Sheila Trotcky, Susan Vran- ey, Linda Carter, Susan Fesselmeyer, Carole Kasper, Sharon Castle, Kathy Wells, Sherman Weinberg. First Row: Roberta Richter, Gail Weiss Justine Swider, Janet Olson, Phyllis Laskov, Dale Schmitzer, Marsha Heilman. Back Row: Brenda Egiel, Steve Lee, Donna Paul, Jim Futransky, Nancy Carlson, Avis Mash. Fourth Row: Amy Leuine, Barbara Goodman, Carol Rogers, Marilyn Blank, Barb Freeman, Marcis Sass, Pat Bird, Candy Demeduc, John Peters. Third Row: Steve Silverson, Karen Evans, Diane Rifkin, Donna Rugendorf, Kim Hobbs, Flo Beletz, Barb Koppermeir, Inna Summers. Second Row: Linda Shapiro, Barb Fogel, BettyAnn Levin. Wayne Lemieux, Marilyn Beilin, Marsha Berger. First Row: Lynn Pauly (President), Ted Forsberg (Vice President), Linda Melamed (Secretary), Chris Flowers (Treasurer), Sherry Fugendorf (Sgt.- at-Arms), Tim Taylor (Sgt.-at-Arms). freshmen gain self-assurance through experience There is something refreshing about the faces of freshmen on that first hectic day of the fall term. Both anticipation and bewilderment are seen in the eyes of these new students as they wander through the corridors in search of room 214 or Ml 3. This is just a beginning of the year that lay ahead, a year of many " firsts " ; papers and more papers, final exams, late passes, and formal dances. It is a year of un¬ certainty about the high school fun and problems to come; and, exploration into new and varied activities and situations. In all his endeavors, academic or extra¬ curricular, the freshman gains new friends and forms new interests. And, as those final June days approach, his first uncertainties change to self-assurance, and he learns to accept the responsibilities and challenge of high school life. 192 freshmen MR ANDERSON Back Row: Bruce Goodman, Wayne Hutter, Glenn Parker, Robert Lieberman, William Hohs, Francis Root, Scott Rome, Jeffrey Hyman, Robert Glass. Fourth Row: Elyse Swider, Jacqueline Brandt, Nancy Novak, Linda Blessing, Richard Grant, Patricia Becker. Third Row: Fredd Hildebrand, David Pos- mantier, Marianna Westphal, Ellen Levine. Second Row: Leah Ruderman, Lynn Denley, Lynne Freed- berg, Gregory Thoma, William Berg, Steven Rubin. First Row: Jeffrey Lerner, Patricia Houlihan, Janet Selig, Roberta Cohan, Merle Jacob, Maureen Kar¬ lin, Bruce Worth, Abraham Lev. MRS. BARNES Back Row: Greg Strobl, Joel Stronberg, Jon Krum, Berton Hall, Mark Sorokin, John Peterson, Gerry Greenberg, Richard Baum. Fourth Row: Charmaine Klein, Richard Green, Mike Owens, Kent Brody, Chris Redinger, Doris Lange. Third Row: Linda Zimmerman, Janice Goldfeder, Bette Gustavson, Roberta Chaskin. Second Row: Gerri Nickolas, David Heeres, Jill Sippil, Marcia Pinkwater, Stan Goldfarb, Steve Lee. First Row: Mary Levitan, Kathy Plough, Charlene Beck, Diane Goch, Renee Jacover, Linda Lopez, Howard Plenn. MRS. BEIL Back Row: Carol Werner, Pam Joffe, Madelon Kahn, Joyce Kanofsky, Ellen Strauss, Donna Zeitlin, Robert Schwarz, Susan Andrews, Yvonne Bredier. Third Row: Lester Salberg, Lawrence Blacker, Leon¬ ard Roos, Alan Alop, John Arpan, Evan Rumack, William Cornelius, George Warnke, Jeff Wolf. Sec¬ ond Row: Marcia Fisher, Barbar Koppelmeeier, Rosemary Colucci, Yvonne Bredier, Susan Peterson, Michael Miles, Walter Kummerow. First Row: Marcia Mink, Trudi Davis, Gerda Meyrowitz, Robert Singer, Stewart Spies, Stewart Metzger. MR BOEVERS Back Row: Dianne Baum, Marc Simmons, Roberta Tyska, Sue DeCorrevont, Pat Petit-Clerc, Phyllis Myers, Paul Jacobs, Maurice Mazz, Roger Luzwick. Third Row: John Kmety, Eileen Boosales, Carl Sny¬ der, Wayne Wasserman, Tom Hanlon, Dean Katz, Marcia Sass, Marcia Creviston. Second Row: Matt Dewar, Tom Brantley, Dennis LeFevre, Judy Stein, Judy Le Tourneau, Ellin Levinson, Keith Wiig. First Row: Jo Ann Koznarski, Barb Lee, Sue Miller, Larry Metnick, Arlene Sager, Ros Berkover, Margie O ' ¬ Reilly. freshmen MRS. BORCHARDT Back Row: Ted Forsberg, Terry McComb. Steve Wallach, Stu Levine, Al Mattio, Don Clauser, Vladimer Sokolov. Fourth Row: Pam Pranqe, Janet Kuffer, Mary Ann Oram, Amy Gabriel, Bonnie Gregerson, Harvey Kaluzna. Third Row: Terry Bram- well. Vic Stroetzel, Leslee Berkson, Sofia Bozin. Second Row: Bob White, Dick Nagai. Myra Kay. Paulette Schulman Lorrie Herman, Diane Ehren- saft. First Row: Harriet Slaw, Carol Manna, Rita Stupp, Susan Andelman, Marilyn Glenn, Elaine Lu- beck, Tom Mattingly. MR. BRUFKE Back Row: Fred Blender, Irwin Wallach, Gary Braslawsky, Mariiyn Finkl, Barbara Fimoff, Lan- nie Moldofsky, Carol Klaskin, Richard Oscarson. Third Row: Carol Rogers, Bob Lotz, Jerry Dolins, Richard Kujava, Joel Wolf, Guy Vincent, Kim Herbon, Pam Schiller. Second Row: Carol Dreiser, Shell Saffro. First Row: Linda Konitz, Ron Luzzo, Ethel Smith, Anita Mascolino, Elizabeth Gallen, Doug Lipman, Leonard Levine. MR. COYER Back Row: Janis Lowy, Gwen Stanfield, Al Kauf¬ man, Ronald Nelson, Phillip Baum, Pat Drucker, Constance Weichmann, Roger Barrick. Third Row: Sherry Metz, Leni Epstein, Perry Tasky, Anthony Melas, Jim Jobst, Susan Mann, Judy Lear, Rosalie Sterner. Sec ond Row: Rhonda Kauffman, Milton Wikell, Charles Bass, Barbara Bloom, Ronald Klipo- wicz, Lonny Hoffman. First Row: Gordon Peterson, Linda Lichtenstein, April Mau, Wesley Jones. Wen¬ dy Arbit, Judy Ward. MR. CRESS Back Row: Sharon Midaugh, Peter Kirchens, Leon November, John Heinz, Werner Galowitch, James Janek, Jim Voigt, Craig Woods, Ron Thigpen, Rick Spencer, Bob Herbster. Fourth Row: Judy Bur¬ gess, Maureen Maher, Lesley Levin, Steven Dory, Michael Garlich, Richard Jahnke. Third Row: Sherry Smith, Vicki Mascolino, Nancy Carlson, Linda Kly- man. Second Row: Kay Fulkowski, Sue Bernstein Bonnie Schiffman, Jeff Sandler, Rosemary Rogan, Elaine NeuBauer. First Row: Linda Bloom, Mark Lieberman, Alan Lovering, Fred Milwer, Irene Sil¬ verman, Linda Maxon. 194 freshmen MR. DICKINSON Back Row: Alfred Manasin, William Meisner, Timothy Taylor, Jack Bookwalter, Michael Head, Kenneth Johnson, Ronald Cassman, Gary Gaan. Third Row: Gary Goldman, Sherwin Levin, Norman Seigal, Christine Oscarson, Holly Miller, Linda Norling, Julie Schulman, Corine Lubin. Second Row: Diane Brunswick, Aviva Stearns, Linda Swanson, Keith Dougherty, Lois Herman, Darlene Smith. First Row: Julie Schulman, Barbara Berlin, Ruth Kir- man, Paul Hain, Jane Reed, Rita Noesen, Norrnan Sandstrom. MISS ENT Back Row: Bill Dressel, John Rettberg, Roy La- Roussa, Donn Pearlman, Fred Anapol, Bob Woolley, John Dougher. Fourth Row: Ted Feldman, Stephen Winston, Marilyn Bublick, Cynthia Cockrell, Steve Silverman, Bob Bader. Third Row: Lee Ann Rammon, David McQueen, Sandra Wolf, Toni Allison. Second Row: Larry Pogofsky, Ruth Solomon, Lorene Losher, Lane Marinello, Peter Vorsatz, Norma Ream. First Row: Linda Anderson, Marsha Engerman, Al Jenner, Lois Ditowsky, Sherry Singer, Susan Robinson, Caren Mich. MR. FABRI Back Row: Ed Levine Bob Vollmer, John Miguel. Saul Shapiro, Roger Huen, Sheldon Elias. Mike Han¬ sen, Roger Scott. Fourth Row: Karen Shellist, Nancy Levitt, Karen Dali, James Lindstrom, Harvey Beck, Steven Skolnik. Third Row: Linda Brin, Janet Stone Melody Vandyne, Marcia Berk. Second Row: Karen Nelson, Andrea Koehler Carol Long, Victoria Barr, Marlene Weinberg Barbara Strickett. First Row: Leon Cooperman, David Viveros. Alan Schwartz, Russell Nelson, Robert Gitlis, Leslie Towbin. MRS. FINFER Back Row: Louise Ferdman, Sandy Davidove, Donna Uleck, Annette Iverson. Linda Schoenberg, Barbara Mueller Betty Anderson. Third Row: Virginia Van Ommering, Kathleen Dreu Betty Linin, Ronette ten Eicken, Betty Modetz, Linda Benjamin, Karen Con¬ ley, Sue Greenwald. Second Row: Jon Chavlovsky, Steve Truax, Lynn Miller, Lynn Marcus, Scott Feerd, Mel Fisher. First Row: Jerry Jaeger, Barry Berger Robert Bulster, Terry Bryant, Paul Alonas, Bryan Anderson. 195 freshmen MR. GAST Baclc Row: Katherine Hanson, Jeannette Opperman, Margo Berndt, Kathleen Grey, Richard Suckow, George Olkiewicz, Jim Haroldson, Jerry Matayka, Barbara Rosenberg. Third Row: Marcia Bramson, Linda Skerven, Michael Tannenbaum, John Luther, Salvatore Miran, Glenn Masten, Marc Jacobs, Diane Dettloff, Mary Reading. Second Row: Marcy Siegel, Sandra Turofsky, Francine Roth, Linda Chez, Bill Johnson, John Klenmer, Jack Skinder. First Row: Glenn Franknecht, Leslie Henkel, Judi Streu, Don Weil, Lynn Herling, Claudia Ream. MR. GEMENY Back Row: Carol Sandrik, David Bantz, John Treacy, Bob DuChane, Renee Fein, Sue Wolf, Lynda Fein- berg, Jean Anderson, June Clark, Judy Tunkl. Third Row: Larry Jarmy, Robert Pines. John Peters, John Ziah, Bob Scheiber, Terry Piell, Lisa Lubin, Barry Rosnick, Al Elliot. Second Row: Lorraine Ricci, Di¬ ane Williams, Dale Doniger, Karen Larson. Penny Brown, Terry Winoker. First Row: Barbara Kirshner, Monty Raben Jerry Kallison, Jay Adair, Joyce Barron. MR. GRAGG Back Row: Ted Traiforas, Evensen Warren, Carl Wood, Ed Cline, Jim Cutrone, Tonnie Anderson, George Azelickis, Cathy Cook. Third Row: Lee Os¬ born, Dennis Forman, Mike Mindel, Felicia Nathan. Nancy Borchers, Carol Chapman. Second Row: David Merrill, Nancy Esterl, Barbara Johnson, Betty Sundborg, Renee Goland, Judy Rosecrans. First Row: Wayne Lemieux, Bonnie Stone, Margaret An¬ derson, Reyna Waller, Merle Hilfman, Alvin Bcrack. MR. HANDZEL Back Row: Jack McGrath, Jo Ann Noto, Mike Berger, Howard Silver, Ken Maul, John Irpino, Tom Dadigan, Kerry Kenney. Third Row: Carol Tincher, Stewart Myrent, Glenn Carniol, Kathy Moyes, Joel Weinstein, Lee Rothstein, Barry Slade, Jeanmarie Kierstein. Second Row: Lester Keller, Don Wagner, Lynn Kaselow, Aileen Hirsch, Marc Muskat, Sally Melzer, Virginia Hawkins, Janice Liebling. First Row: Lauren Leifer, Sherry Enenstein, Phyllis Eisen, Marilyn Beilin, Terry Shapiro, Cheryl Barile, Ellen Silberman. 196 freshmen MISS HOFFMAN Back Row: Roseann Heinz, Leonard Borden, John Thompson, Russell Sabac, Sheldon Rudd, Alan Gaule, Amy Levine, Melody Heche. Third Row: Ellyn Shepard, Holly Semiloff. Michael Witzel, Bob Velen, Tony Lewis, Eugene Burns, Ronald Johnson, Fred Streicher. S econd Row: Dennis Moore, Betty Raia, Laura Schamber, Michael Share, Nils Stan- genes, Barbara Fleishman. First Row: Harold Ganz, Susan Siegal, Susan Rusch, Louise Birndorf, Eileen Diamond, Ruth Telka, Karen Rolak. MISS JOHNSON Back Row: Robert Sostrin Richard Herman, He en Shafer, Sandra Massnikoff, Phil Becker, Mark Swirsky, Ted Kossoff, Bruce Leffingwe . Fourth Row: Wii iam Rosenquist Janet Harris, Spencer Greene, Patti Quirk, Myrna Glass, Judy Stocker. Third Row: Lynne Schmitz, Linda Kessel, Ken Graham, Herb Rierman, Charles Chang. Second Row: Judy Gliem, Michele Harrison, Susan Corey, Ken Cieszykowski, Gerald Goodman, Dennis Rissman. First Row: He en Graifman, Debra Rosenberg Patricia Collins, Linda Shapiro. Nancy Praeger, Dale Hardt, Vance Shaf. MRS. JOHNSON Back Row: Sandra Bauman, Diane Krauss, R’chard Weiss, Peter Spear, Larry Nelson. Lloyd Free:, Jim Schlitter, Bruce Spivack. Fourth Row: Gi Ross, Miles Mandl, Barry Elden, Rhonda Kasik, Harvey Hoffman, Jim Nedwick. Third Row: Dave Sternberg, Karen Dreffein, Russell Pepoon, John Owen, Stan Rossman. Second Row: liana Gerstein, Dennis Wa - er Roseana Constantine, Lizabeth Archer, Marilyn Roseana Constantine, L ; zabeth Archer, Marilyn Spiegel, Bonnie Feingod. First Row: Jean Iverson Joyce H ady, Marcia Berger, Melissa Moore, Eileen Elster, Helen Perri, Ron Jacobs. MR. KIELWASSER Back Row: Janis Prim, Jack Wu, George Caraccialo, Pete Tortorice, Jim Schnidt, Bob Ruttenbera, George Jackson. Third Row: Barbara Berger, Betty Ann Koch, Ron Karzen, Margaret KIrowsk . Second Row: Scott Levenfe ; d, Barbara Ingram, Sue Franklin, Marilyn Johnson, Cathy Bobera. Bruce David. First Row: Judith Holzwarth, Ruth Szuchmacker, Larry Goldenberg, Donna Rugendorf, Joel Greenberg, Fred Fishman. 197 freshmen MISS KIPNIS Back Row: Bob Olsen, Arnold Wollman, Jim Dit- kowsky, Fred Simon, Fred Rubin, Richard Zaitlin, Bob Mueller, Jerry Rodman. Third Row: Beverly Arpan, Laura Zadiler, Kenneth Kronholz, Robert Weinberg, Barbara Fisher, Phylis Miller, Krista Ka- drzyski, Ronald Miller. Second Row: Carolyn Al¬ port, Betty Lou Kling, Judy Saletra, Michael Levy, Marlene Long, Glenn Winter, Robin Skowik. First Row: Stuart Schwartz, Reysa Samuels, Evelyn Broc- colino, Lyn Johnson, Hanna Scholz, Rita Lisser, Sherry Cabin. LELLI Back Row: Patricia Eulberg, Renate Decker, Carol Kretschmar, Barbara Abott, Davida Weinberg, Judith Sembach, Janice Newman, Judith Kriz. Third Row: Alan Weiss, Joan Herbst, Harriette Goldstein, Gail Gordon, Susan Bair, Donna Bottum, Diane Davis. Second Row: Ronald Landes, Gary Friedman, Paul Gallis, Steven Colbert, James Parry, Henry Belicove, John Stewart. First Row: Barry Korogodsky, Raymond Silvertrust, Donald Schwartz, Stuart Galesburg, Daniel Weaver, Gerald Stern. LEVINE Back Row: Lore Hoepper, Judith Garro, Elke Su- panc, John Armstrong, Harold Weil, Steve Mc- Cnoughy, James Futransky, Patrick Chrisos. Third Row: Steve Gerber, Darlene Dell, Rochelle Hirsh, William Woolley, Joseph Struck, Bradley Ellison, Larry Cohen. Second Row: Larry Lazarus, Bonrjie Mazer, Marlene Parker, Gay Goldberg, Mary Ellen Freelmg, Steve Naylor. First Row: Donna Corn, Judy Ford, Myra Golob, Lynn Stone, Harriet Goss, Rose Breekha. MR. LYERLA Back Row: Sylvia Poders, Alyse Allentuck, Carol Ann Kennedy, Penny Marks, Lynn Duda, Ron Erickson, Paul Scarpelli, Jerome Baren, Charles Huss. Second Row: Karen Engdahl, John Ritter, Marilyn Blank, Susan WViisler, Bruce Tzinberg, Jim Johnson, Janet Duren, Don Price, Ralph Overbeck, Mark Brown, Sheldon Goldman. First Row: Linda Landerholm, Melanie Barron, Jeff Newmark, Bill Wood, David Klehr, Linda Lee, Adair Taitel. freshmen MR MARTIN Back Row: Judy Mayzel, Jerilyn Packer, Cynthia Garro, Philip Aronica, Irving Kravitz, Barry Levin- sky, Barry Perelgut. Fourth Row: Flo Varveris, Sandra Grossman, Sharon Natenberg, Denise Greenberg, Bonnie Binkoff. Third Row: Pat Bird, Leonard Bennet, Allen Holnberg, Dennis Dicks, Brian Cohen. Second Row: Marilyn Cole, Dennis Hoffman, Ronald Perl¬ man, Pat Malone, Rolald Wolf, Philip Applenaum. First Row: Richard Block, Martin Denis, Sandra Goldstein, Maxine Nathonson, Janice Feil, Beverly Cowan. MISS MEISTERHEIM Back Row: Mike Chiet, James Torenko, Bruce Grossman, Mark Newburger, Dean Ortmann, Wil¬ liam Grunow, Marlene Kaluzna, Linda Goebelt, Mary Bartuska. Third Row: Elmer Hallman, Janis Kliphardt, Karen Fuka, Cheryl Fritz, Leonard Smock, Ruthann Kalish, Fred Geist, John Corcoran. Second Row: Lois Peterson, Thomas Choate, Howard Simon, Lee Weiss, Larry Gavlin, Barbara Skara, Koreene Goodfriend, Ellen Guenther. First Row: Gail Hagen, Dale Melcher, Sherry Kovin, Dona Chi- karaishi, Ina Summer, Barbara Beck. PAINE Back Row: Jim Eiclhorn, Douglas Clarke, Bob Thomas, Charles Hook, Spud Murlas, Lee Fin- geret, Michael Bohm, Jim Archer. Third Row: Julie Janse, Gail Marek, Etta Schreiber, Nancy Doyle, Carole Gullon, Allan Karlin. Second Row: Pam Fish¬ man, Esther Ettinger, Barb Boukas, Laura Eagan, Janice Vedder. First Row: David Danzinger, Lynn Pauly, Diane Natkin, Holly Thompson, Maryann Meadows, Linda Oren, Liz Honnet, Steve Roth- blatt. MR. RAMBIS Back Row: Barry Klayman, Charles Brill, Tom Van Deusen, Sandi Cohen, Dale Panchesin, Art Sulser, Bob Yamaguchi, Linda Hansen, Diane Ruby. Third Row: Elaine Schuman, Gene Solomon, Jerrold Gor¬ sky, Gretchen Shivley, Joel Crohn, Art Novak, Paula Rest, Amy Heppner. Second Row: Sharon Rodnick, Gail Freedman, Cathey Billian, Saresta Rosenberg, Lynn Henricks, Susan Karoff, Steve Hayman. First Row: Candy Demeduc, Robert Horwitz. Janet Wells, Jannie Hokanson, Ken Goldman. 199 freshmen MRS. ROBBINS Back Row: Lynette Zolt, Paul Tanzar, John Kol- stedt, Alan Crafton ' ,. Gary Kiszley, Wendell Carlson, Stu Hertzberg, Sharon Childs, Lesley Singer. Third Row: Danka Dragovich, Bonnie Glass, Richard Dai- berl, Leonard Pretzin, Barbara Reifman, Ronald Zager, Steve Herzog, Samuel Burns. Second Row: Dawn Shafer, Bonnie Schulhoff, Kit Spikings, Ste¬ ward Levy, Sid Gradman, Bonnie Smith, Phyllis Berlin, Bill Gular. First Row: Pam Goldberg, Alan Gitlis, Robin Rand, Susan Kapland, Sandra Rey¬ nolds, Allen Nissenson, Michael Klein. MRS. ROBERTS Back Row: Shirley Cheetham, Nicholas Saviano, Ed Trob, Mark Wainer, MaryAnn Brahos, Jeanne Saslarski, Daryl Deutchman, Bill Gilbert, Fourth Row: Eileen Privatsky, Christine Flowers, Michael Salerno, Joanne Rust, NanCy Rubenstein, William Murphy. Third Row: Al Tubekis, Jerry Bernstein, Jack Leon. Second Row: Paul VanEikeren, Sharon Williamson, Linda Laughlin, Steve Spitz, Bruce Hoag, Bob Laughlin, Steve Spitz, Bruce Hoag, Bob Heller. First Row: Stuart Levin, Charles Blaisdell, Phylis Carozza, Renee Hefter, Eileen Rotkin, Norma Gotts- chalk, Sanford Alper. MISS ROBINSON Back Row: Barbara Kramarczyk, Bob Poindexter, Jim Conaway, David Boyer, Ricky Silverman, Bob Nanberg, Pat Herter, Fredell Pogodin. Third Row: Donna Veto, Russell Lain, Mary Jane Kriete, Lynda Thomas, Arlene Feldman, Robey Swartz, Daniel Rubin. Second Row: Louis Stephens, Howard Shapi¬ ro, Linda Layne, Florence Beletz, Nancy Joslyn, Rose Lynn Rubin. First Row: Dennis Kratf, Cary Berkowitz, Melvin Haskell, Connie Lowe, Steve Maselli, Kathleen Markert. 200 MR. ROONEY Back Row: Roger Kaage, Roger Anderson, Barbara Petrokus, David Rosenthal, Howard Lasky, Larry Shapiro, Judy Dorfman, Edward Voltzmeyer, Jeff Provus. Third Row: Art Wulf, Jim Kohl, Martin Stern, Pat Bateman, Cheryl Widman, Kathleen Anderson, Dave Hill, Jay Woolf. Second . Row: Sandy Eisen- berg, Waler Iverson, Mary Provost, Jerry Pisano, Carol Work, Tom Pfaff, Ingrid, Landberg, Mystery Millward. First Row: Janis-Ferber, Fran Tucker, Linda Melamed, Sue Domoracki, Bob Penelle, Keith Zen- ner, Marla Levine. freshmen MR. SALNERS Back Row: Kathleen Mitz, Jack Dawson, John Isel, Bill Hunter, Joey Urbanus, Oliver Hugo, Pat Brady, Mel Netz. Third Row: Joseph Goldenberg, Marilyn Davidson, Thomas Hansen, Gordon Urelius, Scott Saranecki, Cheryle Chepulis, Marvin Blustein, Helen Rutherford. Second Row: Howard Hawley, Mike Rothman, Ellen Keer, Carole Kirk, Claudea Teneicken, Sue Taylor, Marcia Keno. First Row: Joy Weiss, Sharry Rugendort, Arnie Lazar, Bonnie Ber¬ lin, Kathy Lach, Pam Forgan, Diane Gorski. MR. SHARP Back Row: Mike Mehl, Gary Krispin, Terrence Comacho, Ray Steitz, Jim Lappa, Harry Hammas- quist, Barbara Goodman. Fourth Row: John Vylas- kek, Mark Silevt, Karen Quinn, Pamela Carnall, Paullette Cinman. Third Row: Joan LaBavera, Mike Stiegai, Ronald Goldsmith, Ailen Goldstein. Second Row: Elaine Sklar, Linda Akerly, Judith DeLove, Donna Goldstein, Vicki Kramer, Linda Guinand. First Row: Susan Grigg, Sandra Goldberg, Roberta Comer, Herb Weisberg, William Henricks, Roz Pepper, Hope Nichalos. STANLEY Back Row: Judy Cox, Beryl Cohen, Shirlee Die!, Kathy Wallies, Barb Ahrens, Andrea Freed, Nancy Griffith. Third Row: Sharon Oscarson, Sheila Dribin, Beverly Culberg, Leslie Garland, Sue Patterson, Joanne Morris, Avis Mash, Roberta Udelson. Sec¬ ond Row: Richard Minor, Keith Schroeder, Steve Marino, George Waddell, Richard Franklin, Roger Basrak, Steve Hirschtick. First Row: Stephen Allaun, Marc Aronn, Steve Lehtman, Howard Erlich, David Alex, Alan Semrow, Robert Kleinzweig. MISS STEINMETZ Back Row: Charlene Linick, John Bell, Alan Elkin, Fran Katz,, Bill Novotny, Janet Myles, Diane Ma¬ jestic, Harvey Silverstone, Billy Peterson. Third Row: Bill Burnstein, Sandra Weiss, Ellen Falcoff, Karen Skidmore, Harvey Rosenbloom, Bob Davies, John Simon, Bonnie Lerman. Second Row: Gayle Barron, Bruce Brown, Warren Wiczer, Paulette Kalver, Den¬ nis Baumhardt, Kim Hobbs, Ellen Hoffman, Vir¬ ginia Nelson. First Row: Leslie Fujiye, Rita Kavan- augh, Mary Ellen Oehler, Carol Webster, Arnie Slutsky, Jon Nathan. freshmen MISS TORGLER Back Row: Fran Gaefeld, Judy Smith, Mary Schlau, Nancy Rabin, Sarita Shapira, Chuck Goldstein, Bob Rivenburgh, Tom Soquet, Bobbie Crafton. Third Row: Rhonda Gross, Lee Hastman, Louis Lexander, John Stresser, Fred Kuechenmeister, Ken Hite, Warren North, David Tooredman, Steve Bernstein. Second Row: Ann Hall, Linda Radicek, Jeanne Hahn, Jary Brin, Diane Rif kin, Robin Kole, Diane Davis. First Row: Bob Gould, Jim Yardley, Judi Kerstetter, Stanton Schucinsberg, Joel Delman. MR. WHITLATCH Back Row: William Powell, Donald Davidson, Pamela Jacobson, Diane Swanson, Jim Semple, Jeffery Saferstein, William Chapman, Judith Anderson. Third Row: Marlene Meyer, Donna Zenner, Aull Joel Friedman, Robert Lamberty, Justin Wolff, Joan Nakayama, Sheralyn Mikel, Linda Klinke, Sharyn Schultz. Second Row: Ronnie Field, Martin Wolfin- soan, David Wolf, David Derex, Alan Rosen, Eliza¬ beth Kucera, Trudy Karp, Barbara Fogel. First Row: Steve Seltzer, Linda Zee, Daryl Jonas, Ton Haller, John Schacht, Barbara Abbott, Karen Frandzel. MR. WINKLEMAN Back Row: Gary Meszaros, Harold Kaplan, Jack Kristof, Dave Rose, Michael Conti, Ronald Fern- andez-Rojo. Fourth Row: Dennis Walter, Glen Zim¬ merman, Barbara Sinkule, Liz Kramer, Mark Chaitkin, Barbara Freeman. Third Row: Ellen Sandler, Barry Derman, David Messner, James Withall. Second Row: Mary Jane Kovarsky, Tomilyn Aiello, Sandi Lamm, Sonja Johnson, Maureen Anger, Corrie Carl- ington. First Row: Alice Wolfe, Steven Fisher, Mel¬ vin Rosenberg, Suzanne Kite, Maureen Zemel, James Anderson, Don Kuehn. MR. WITZGALL Back Row: Roger Williams, Gerry Lindemann, Mike Wynn, Alex Lerner, Ron Weiss, Larry Pierini, Jean Timmings, Bill Bates, Dennis Kraus. Fourth Row: Pam Powell, Judy Eimstad, Karyn Evens, Judy Ditkow- sky, Lynn Johnson, Doris Manaugh. Third Row: Mark Weitzman, Linda Endicott, Janice Michael, Bonnie Bannister. Second Row: Gary Alhalel, Bob Gevirtz, Allan Rosenberg, Jim Johnson, Jon Gluge, Jerry Stein. First Row: John Baruck, Scott, Palast, Lynne Masover, Sharon Jacobs, Kathy Wilke, Diane Par¬ sons. 203 JBt progressive education meets the needs of a dynamic age Dr. Clyde Parker, Superintendent, strives for the preservation and futherance of high educational ideals. This is the last year that the Niles Township Community High Schools will publish their yearbook jointly. Next year each school will be a four-year high school and each division will have its own book. This coming change in policy is indicative of progress and the rapid growth of the Niles Township High School System. We, the faculties and students of our school system, are proud to be a part of an organization that is dynamic and changes to meet the educational needs of the young people of the com¬ munity. It is the hope of all of us that the quality of edu¬ cation will be improved as each change is made. Educational achievement must keep pace with modern world progress as we move swiftly into the atomic age. Our schools must be dedicated to the preservation and furtherance of the ideals of the American Way of Life. Without this dedication our nation cannot continue to furnish leadership to the freedom-loving peoples of the world. The graduates of the Class of 1961 will face some of the greatest challenges ever faced by any group of young people since the beginnings of civilized man. It is our hope that your high school has served you well. We trust that you are prepared to continue your preparation to serve the peoples of the world for peace. The cause is great — the way is hard. We trust you are ready. Clyde Parker Superintendent of Schools Mr. Paul J. Houghton, Assistant Superintendent, ably performs administrative services. 206 Dr. Stuart A. Anderson, Assistant Superintendent, is in charge of curriculum and instruction. Mr. Harold R. Ohlson is Director of Research, Pub¬ lications, and Community Relations. Dr. Arthur H. Ryden, Director of Guidance and Testing, supervises students of both divisions. Mr. Charles Coker, Business Manager, controls all purchasing and is also in charge of the non¬ teaching personnel. Mr. Marvin H. Ihne is the Assistanf Principal of the East Division in. charge of juniors. 208 Dr. John W. Harris, Assistant Principal of the East Division, is in charge of seniors. progress brings new challenges and new frontiers in education .v . • Dr. Nicholas T. Mannos, Principal of the West Division, directs many ac¬ tivities of both teacher and student under his jurisdiction. Mr. Donald V. Johnson is the Assistant Principal in charge of freshman at the West Division. Progress is the primary objective of the Nilehi administration. Despite the problems of increased enrollment and the complications of growth in phy¬ sical facilities, the educational needs of the stu¬ dent body are never neglected. Heartily endorsing Nilehi s program of accelerated courses and special¬ ized education, the administration works diligently to provide for each student ' s needs in the best possible way. This task, however, is made more difficult by the many problems encountered in co¬ ordinating the activities of two schools into one unit. Even though it involves more work, the ad¬ ministration looks forward to managing two four year schools next. year. By providing these new facilities and adding to the number of faculty mem¬ bers the educational potential of Nilehi makes great advances, and each graduate is assured of adequate preparation for whatever future he chooses. 0 . Dr. Donald F. Strahan, Assistant Principal, is in charge of sophomores at the West Division. 209 Standing: Mr. Ernest O. Eisenberg, Mr. M. William Wise, Mr. John M. Mau. Seated: Dr. John H. Speer, Mr. Ken¬ neth E. Littrell (President), Dr. Francis J. Saunders (Secretary), Mrs. Herman S. Bloch. The plans for two four year school units have been completed; a third Nilehi is on the drawing boards; and, the school board ' s responsibilities grow more numerous as the number of students and faculty increases. Even with this continual expansion, the school board attempts to achieve a close relationship and understanding with the student body. At their Monday night meetings, social projects, as well as academic activities are discussed, always with the welfare of the Nilehi student in mind. Last years ' innovation of direct student reports from such organizations as S.S.O. and Student Council provided for a closer student contact and broadened the opportunity for stu¬ dent-school board co-operation. The main objective of this busy group of community workers is to secure the best educational advancements for the students of Niles Township High School. board’s responsibilities correspondingly expand with nilehi’s growth 210 Officers of the Parent-Teacher Association for 1960- 1961: Standing: Mrs. James Rhodes (Treasurer), Dr. Nicholas Mannos (Second Vice-President), Mrs. Ray Osborn (First Vice-President). Seated: Mrs. John Os- termeier (President), Mrs. Howard Thomas (Recording Secretary), Miss Mildred Hall (Corresponding Sec¬ retary). their goals: support, cooperation, and effective communication between parents, teachers, and students Both the Nilehi Parent-Teacher Association and the Boosters Club are adult groups, or¬ ganized for the purpose of promoting com¬ munity support for the best attainable pro¬ grams of education and activities. The P.T.A., through its monthly meetings and annual open house, aims at acquainting the parent with the various parts of the high school. To keep their members aware of the happenings at Nilehi, the Nile-O-Gram, a‘ monthly newsletter, is published and sent to all P.T.A. parents. Working along the same lines as the P.T.A., the Boosters Club is also concerned with the welfare and interests of the Nilehi student, especially in the field of athletics. The game refreshment stands and athletic banquets are just two of the many worth¬ while projects accomplished by this dedi¬ cated group of parents. Through these programs and activities, the Nilehi Boosters Club and the Parent- Teacher Association serve both their school and their community. Member 5 of the Boosters Club: Mr. Ed Artwiclc, Mr. Marvin H. Ihne, Mrs. Eugene Evans Mr Harrv Sort, berg Mr lM d ' iey 0 L ' S ' Jam6S Rh ° deS ' G ' lber+ ’ MrS ’ Weenonah Hein - Mr - Irving Hoffe 211 students benefit under faculty’s expert guidance Henry Abram (W) English Ronald D. Ady (E) Social Studies Dr. Daniel Albright (E) English, Department Head Hans O. Andersen (W) Biology Charles P. Anderson (W) Social Studies, Coach Charles R. Anderson (E) Physical Education, Driver Education, Coach Phyllis Appel (E) Foreign Language, English Earle Auge (E,W) Music Leo P. Babcock (E) Driver Education, Social Studies Robert L. Bandelier (W) Mathematics Lucille Barnes (W) English Norma Barts (E, W) Director: Audio-Visual Education Mike Basrak (E) Physical Education, Depart¬ ment Head, Coach George Bauer (W) Physical Education, Coach Richard Bean (W) Foreign Language Kathrine A. Beck (E) Foreign Language Rosemary Beil (W) Foreign Language Vera J. Berger (W) Physical Education 212 Dr. John Betts (E) Social Studies, Department Head Sarah Blacher (E) English Thomas Blackburn (W) Art Anita Blake Speech Correction Donald Blair (E) Foreign Language, Depart¬ ment Head Robert E. Bluege (E) Business Education Gerald W. Boevers (W) Social Studies Janet Borchardt (W) Foreign Language Susan H. Bowersox (E) Guidance Counselor Marvin Brett (E) Mathematics Edward F. Brufke (W) Social Studi es Carl E. Burgener (E) Science, Department Head Robert J. Botthof (E) Guidance Counselor David Burgett (E) Industrial Arts Florence M. Butler (E) Home Arts Howard M. Byram (E) Physical Education, Coach Arnold N. Cajet (E) Driver Education, Coach Jean Canning (E) English 213 Yvonne M. Carlson (W) Guidance Counselor Pete J. Carr (E) Art Raymond Carrell (W) Industrial Arts Joseph Cech (W) Mathematics Mildred L. Cheadle (E) Business Education Patricia Clinton (W) Physical Education Everett Colton (E) Social Studies Arthur Colver (W) Social Studies Emily Conklin (W) English 214 Joann Coon (E) Business Education William Coyer (W) Science, Coach Hal Cress (W) Driver Education John M. Cress (W) Physical Education, Coach Gentil daRosa (E) Foreign Language Annette Davis (E) Visiting Counselor Edward Degenhardt (E) Science Karl DeJonge (E) Social Studies Keith Dickinson (W) Social Studies Susan Dimon (W) Mathematics Judith Ditowslcy (W) Science Mardeth Dovre (W) Business Education Devora L. Dubow (W) Speech Correction Patricia Durkin (W) Foreign Language Carol J. Duthie (W) Foreign Language James R. Dorsey (E) Business Education Paul Eberhardt (E) English Mary Edwards (E) English Homer Ellis (E) Science Jack Emery (E) Guidance Counselor Jerry Engle (W) Mathematics, Coach Judy Ent (W) Business Education Jack Fabri (W) Social Studies, Coach June Finfer (W) English George Fink (E) Industrial Arts Frank Fitzpatrick (W) Business Education, Acting Department Head Norman Frey (E) English Irene Garrigan (W) Librarian Walter Gast (W) Foreign Language Blaine B. Gemeny (W) Social Studies 215 216 Richard K. Gragg (W) English Alice Green (E) English Charles Groeling (E, W) Music Sandra Grossman (E) English Jean Hagemann (E) Foreign Language John Hallberg (E)Social Studies Mildred Hall (W) Mathematics, Department Head Sandra J. Halliday (W) Physical Education Katherine Hameder (W) Physical Education John W. Handzel (W) Social Studies John Harmon (W) Physical Education, Coach Florence B. Harrison (W) Science, Department Head Ralph S. Harvey (W) Science Lorraine Hatscher (W) English C. Anne Hawlcins (E) Science Helen Heitmann (W) Physical Education, Depart¬ ment Head Onni Hendrickson (E) Business Education William R. Henry IE) Mathematics Elizabeth T. Hobbs (W) English Dennis L. Hoeppner (W) Science, Mathematics Earl E. Hoff (E) Mathematics Beth Hoffmann (W) Social Studies Peggy Honn (E) Home Arts Leo Hoosline (W) Mathematics, Coach Carole Householder (W) English Ada Immel (E) Business Education, Depart¬ ment Head Harold Isaacson (W) Physical Education, Depart¬ ment Head David Jackson (E) Social Studies Jean Jackson (E) English Sharon Jenkins (W) Mathematics Walter H. John, Jr. (W) Social Studies Mary Johnson (W) Foreign Language Nancy Johnson (E) Mathematics Shirley Johnson (W) English Edward Joseph (E) English Katherine M. Kennedy (W) English, Department Head George Kielwasser (W) Science, Coach Jean Killebrew (E) English Miriam Kipnis (W) Mathematics Thomas Kiviluoma (E) Mathematics, Department Head, Coach Terese Klinger (E) Foreign Language Thomas Koerner (W) English 217 Gabriele R. Lachmann (E) Foreign Language Jack Lain (W) Industrial Arts, Department Head Diana LaMar (W) Mathematics Lois Lamberg (E) Foreign Language Donald Larson (E) Physical Education, Coach Willard Larson (W) Guidance Counselor Elizabeth Lawson (W) Mathematics Jane Legge (E) Librarian Arthur H. Leipold (E) Social Studi es 218 Mary Alice Lelli (W) English Barbara LeVine (W) English Myra Jean Linden (E) English Alice Line (W) Home Arts, Department Head Hazel Loew (E) Art Ralph H. Lyerla (W) Science, Coach Robert Mackey (E) Industrial Arts Andrew Maggio (E) Industrial Arts Gordon Malone (E) Business Education Ted L. Meyer (E) Mathematics James Michael (E) Social Studies James O. Miller (E) Guidance Counselor John Moshalc (E) Social Studies Eugene Napier (E) Business Education Raymond G. Nelson (E) Business Education Nicholas Odlivak (W) Physical Education, Coach Jane Paine (W) English Angeline Panos (W) English Frank Markus (E) Science, Coach Nola Marquardt (W) Foreign Language James C. Martin (W) Mathematics Kenneth Martyn (E) Science Jean Massmann (E) Nurse Hugh McGee (E, W) Music, Department Head Charles Mattka (W) Social Studies, Department Head Stuart B. McKenty (W) Special Education Barbara Meisterheim (W) English Fay Paras (W) Social Studies Con C. Patsavas (E) Social Studies William R. Paulsen (W) Socia Studies James Phipps (W) Physical Education, Coach Emil C. Pirolc (E) Social Studies Helen A. Porten (W) Librarian Leo Provost (E. W) Music Rosemary Racine (W) Physical Education Albert Rambis (W) Mathematics Barbara Ray (E) Physical Education, Depart¬ ment Head Parepa Rice (E) English Ruth Roberts (W) Mathematics Georgianna Robbins (W) English Myra Z. Robinson (E) Science William Robinson (W) Social Studies James P. Rooney (W) Driver Education, Assistant Coach Arleen Rosen (W) Guidance Counselor Mary Rosenthal (W) School Social Worker 220 Billy Schnurr (W) Science, Coach Marjory Schwab (W) Foreign Language, Depart¬ ment Head Alvin Schwartz (E) English Bert Sharp (W) English Michael Slcuban (W) Physical Education, Coach Bruce S. Sorensen (W) Industrial Arts Harry Sortal (W) Guidance Counselor John Spatafora (E) Social Studies Charlene Sprankel (W) Mathematics George Scherb (E) Social Studies Mary Scherb (E) English Pauline Schmidt (W) Guidance Counsellor George Roth (E) Director, Student Service Or¬ ganization Martin J. Rupe (E) Social Studies Orland Ruyle (E W) Director, Adult Evening School Cecil Sacher (W) Foreign Language Ernest O. Salners (W) Science Bruce Sandberg (W) Social Studies Eileen Springer (W) Nurse Lynne Stanley (W) Social Studies Janet Steinmetz (W) Foreign Language Virginia Stemp (E) English Rachel Stempel (W) English Donald Test (E) Industrial Arts Tom J. Thomas (W) Guidance Counselor June Todd (E) English Aune Toivola (E) Guidance Counselor Robert Tomanek (W) Physical Education Diane J. Torgler (W) English Milan Trnka (W) Physical Education Ronald A. Van Arsdale (W) English Gwyn Walker (E) Physical Education Mary E. Walker (E) Librarian Virginia Walker (E) Home Arts Jane Waller (E) Physical Education William Warner (E) Driver Education, Coach Bernard E. Welch (E) Science Gale Wesley (E) Industrial Arts, Department Head (Deceased: April I, 1961) Rex Whitlatch (W) Driver Education Ralph Wiedl (W) Mathematics Dr. Wayne Wigell (W) Guidance Counselor Frances Williams (W) Mathematics James Winkleman (W) Science Marie Wise (W) Physical Education Barry Witzgall (W) Mathematics George Wollschlaeger (E) Social Studies Hayward Wood (E) Social Studies Donn Wright (E) Social Studies Nancy Young (W) Physical Education Dr. Bernard Zagorin (E) Social Studies Carole Zombo (W) Physical Education 223 supporting staffs work efficiently “behind the scenes” Although little contact between Nilehi ' s non¬ teaching staff and students exists, this hard work¬ ing group does not go unappreciated. They are one of the most essential groups at Niles, for their work forms the basis of smooth function¬ ing of the school. The office, library, audio-visual, and custodial staffs are responsible for the many necessary details that make life at Nilehi enjoyable and efficient. The East and West Division office staffs are in charge of the daily bulletins, the switchboard, student registration, scheduling, and mail dis¬ tribution. Accounting for the many volumes of books, providing reserve pamphlets, and helping students to find necessary information are the duties of the Nilehi librarians. The provision of slides, films, records, and tape-recorders comes under the auspices of the audio-visual aids department. Prep¬ aration of the pleasing meals and the maintenance of the technical facilities of the school are capably managed by the cafeteria and custodial staffs. These behind the scenes workers are appreciated by both the students and faculty for their all-important services to Nilehi. East Division Administrative Secretaries: Standing: Mrs. Eleanor Christopher (Secretary to Dr. Kavanaugh), Mrs. Mary Vrablik (Secretary to Dr. Harris). Seated: Mrs. Frances Stachowiak (Secretary to Mr. Ruyle), Mrs. Sylvia Terman (Secretary to Mr. Ihne). West Division Central Office: Standing: Mrs. Elvi Maki (Clerk), Mrs. Helene McGinnis (Bookkeeper), Mrs. Elinor Zehnle (Secretary to Mr. Johnson), Mrs. Dorothy Scanlon (Registrar), Mrs. Rhea Miner (Sec¬ retary to Dr. Strahan). Seated: Mrs. Helene Jennings (Clerk), Mrs. Marion Thomas (Secretary to Dr. Mannos), Mrs. Mildred Bellezzo (Clerk). East Division Main Office: Standing: Mrs. Alice Pazen (Clerk), Mrs. Ruth Johnson (Clerk). Seated: Mrs. June Schmitzer (Clerk). West Division Business Office: Standing: Ruth Olson (Sec¬ retary to Mr. Coker), Mrs. Helene Snyder (Clerk), Mrs. Betty Moe (Clerk), Connie Rodopoulos (Clerk). Seated: Mrs. Lee Norris (Clerk), Mrs. Rosine Sowinski (Bookkeeper). West Division Central Administration Office: Mrs. June King (Clerk), Mrs. Jean Stollery (Secretary to Dr. Anderson), Mrs. Harriet John¬ son (Secretary to Dr. Parker), Mrs. Marie Marshall (Secretary to Dr. Ryden), Mrs. Lilly Lubin (Secretary to Mr. Ohlson). East Division Reoistrars: Seated: Mrs. Elna Hawk (Clerk), Standing: Mrs. Beatrice Godfriaux (Registrar). Mr. Anton Schubert, Attendance Officer, directs the functions of the attendance offices of both divisions. SC HOCK. DiSTttCTS East Division Attendance Office: Standing: Mrs. Margaret Banks (Secretary to Mr. Schubert). Seated: Mrs. Roslyn Pacen- ta (Clerk), Mrs. Garnette Faulkner (Clerk). East Division Library and Audio-Visual Aids: Mrs. Bernice Wilke (Clerk), Mrs. Razelle Tabel (Clerk), Mrs. Ann Olsen (Clerk). West Division Library and Audio-Visual Aids: Mrs. Bernadette Blum (Clerk), Mrs, Charlotte McCann (Clerk), Mrs. Stephanie Szymanski. East Division Guidance Office: Standing: Mrs. Harriet Kneip (Secretary to Junior counselors). Seated: Mrs. Lorraine Carlington (Clerk), Mrs. Gladys Kroeppler (Secretary to Senior counselors). 226 West Division Guidance: Seated: Mrs. Ruth Ethelhuber (Secretary to Freshman counselors). Standing: Mrs. Elsie Anderson (Secretary to Sophomore counselors). Mr. Russell Pirovano, Head Custodian of the West Division, is in charge of their maintenance staff. Mr. Jules Roels, Head Custodian of the East Division, is in charge of the custodial staff. West Division Cafeteria Staff: Back Row: Irma Hall, Martha Nemanich, Jean Larson, Esther Foun- taine, Carolyn Borchert, Harriet Binzer, Julie Rammel, Linnea Larson, Inez Bergsrrom, Lillian Doyle, Edith Kerley. Second Row: Ebba McNeill, Virginia Novotny, Lydia Bowman, Ruth Feldpauseh, Elsie Anderstrom, Ethel Leal, Mildred Sinkule, Marguerite Van Grimbergen. Front Row: Carol Hetman, Jennie Randall, Helmi Meyers, Alice Kluesing, Augusta Racana (missing). East Division Cafeteria Staff: Back Row: Ethyle Thomas, Harriett Zajas, Mande Oslund, Lucille Maki, Ruth Krause, Mabel Sacaturo, Marie Cannon, Hazel Larkin. Front Row: Marie Valk. Nelva Knepper, Eleanor Scheibe, Irene Steek, Dorothy Ahrendts, Katherens Norman, Virginia Knepper. West Division Custodial Staff: Back Row: Dante Dinelli. Alex Ross, Glen Hagland, Thomas Mallen, Edwin Kaniff, Frank Lewicki. Front Row: Howard Erickson, Arthur Bert¬ ram, Edward Kozlowski, Frank Walker, John Dalicandro. East Division Custodial Staff: Back Row: Harold Rustiberg, Fred Shreeve, William Geeraerts, Fred Studin, Bernard Murray. Front Row: Walter Kolbus, Johanna Einarsen, Margaret Henning, Helen Compaer, Cataldo Mastrotrtaro. acknowledgement From a year ... to a month ... to a week . . . to a day, the yearbook staff has attempted to capture and preserve the memories of time in its passing. Many of our remembrances are prominent and bring to mind something special and exciting, while others quickly fade and dim into the normal, e veryday hum-drum of high school activity. From cover to cover, the yearbook staff has planned and designed the 1961 Reflections . . . the structure of time in retrospect. We extend our thanks to Root Studio photographers, Mr. Koenig of the Norman King Publishing Company, Mr. Raymond Nelson, general staff advisor, Mr. Henry Abram, sophomore staff advisor, Miss Jean Jackson, senior section advisor, and to the entire faculty for their splendid coopera¬ tion throughout the year. MARY ANN FREDA, Editor 228 SENIORS INDEX Abbink, Elizabeth . 98,121 Abbott, ' Craig . 121 Abrams, Albert . 121 Accomando, Valerie . 121 Adelman, Joel . 121 Adler, Michael. 121 Ahrens, Laverne. 121 Ahrens, Marilyn . 121,161 Aiello, Mary Jane. 98,44,121 Albrecht, Eva . 121 Alder, Howard. 81,74,75,80,121 Aling, Jacqueline . 121 Allison, Diane . 67,121 Alport, Susan . 42,44,121,49 Ambrogio, Arlene . 121 Anderson, Brent . 121 Anderson, Kay . 45,121 Anderson, Keith . 83,87,121 Anderson, Sandra . 122 Anderson, Stanley . 44,122 Anderson, Susan . 122,55 Andrews, Nettie . 122,60,61 Arbetman, Linda . 122 Archibald, William .. 81,97,75,80,122 Arden, Neil . 122,59 Arnoff, Samuel . 107,33,22,63 Aronson, Denise . 122 Aronson, Judith . 66,67,122,63 Artelt, Jeannette. 122 Ascher, Allison . 122 Auer, Robert . 122 Bacci, Raymond . 122 Baer, Frank . 122 Barber, Betty-Ann . 122,58,59 Barbera, Rosalie . 28,22 Baren, Cynthia . 122 Barker, William . 94,97,123 Barkey, Kathleen . 123 Barr, John . 123 Barron, Bonnie . 123 Bartels, Rodney . 123 Basofin, Susan . 123 Bass, Michael . 94,97,75,123 Baumgartner, Noreen . 123 Becker, Sydney . 123 Begun, Judi . 123 Beilin, Lawrance . 123 Belgarbo, Wendy .. 113,65,123,58,59 Bendel, Carol . 123,57,59 Bennett, Susan . 123,58,61 Benson, Linda . 69.45,123,120 Benson, Raymond . 123 Benson, Ronald . 123 Benson, Sandra . 123,63 Berger, Diane . 124,63 Berger, Ira . 38,39,46,124 Bergquist, Linda . 124 Berkson, Margo . 124 Berlin, Sharon. 124 Berman, Irwin. 124 Bernberg, Bruce . 124 Bernstein, Eleanor. 124 Bernstein, Frank . 124 Bernstein, Howard .... 44,47,124,51 Bert, Mary . 124 Bettey, Bruce . 88,97,124 Bextel, Donald . 124,49 Bianchi, Ralph . 124 Blackstone, Robert.93,124 BlaisdeU, Patricia . 124 Blanck, Willmar . 124 Blender, Brian . 124 Bleser, Patricia . 125 Blitstein, Elissa . 125 Blumenthal, Edward . 125 Bohn, Robert . 43,47,125,50 Bolon, Laurence . 125 Bolon, Roberta. 125 Bookshester, Steven .. 39,40,46,125,49 Boosales, James .. 25,97,75,45,46,125, 49 Boshuis, Ida . 125,59 Boston, Sharon . 125,57 Boyajian, Wayne . 125 Boyesen, James .... 90,91,97,75,125 Brandenburg, Joan. 125,52 Brandzel, Karyn . 125 Braun, Barbara . 113,125,58,59 Braverman, Susan . 125 Breen, Bette . 125 Brei, Sharon . I I 1,73,125 Brody, Barry . 45,126 Bromberg, Lee . 24,45,47,126 Bronis, Patricia . 176 Bronstein, Sherrie . 45,176 Brower, Gerald . 126 Brown, Alfred . 126 Brown, Carolyn . 126,51,63 Brown, Elaine . 126 Brown, Harvey . 97,75,126 Brown, Howard . 126 Brusin. Bonne . 126 Bublick, Lynn . 126 Buchholz, William . 126 Buchler, Susan . 126 Burlini, Alfred . 31,126 Burnstein, Robert . 69,176,120 Burzik, Carolyn .’126,120 Bush, Diane . 126 Cagney, Gloria . Callens, Joan . 127 Carlson, Glenn . 93,127 Carr, William . 97,80,45,127 Casbarian, Paul . 127,60 Catellier, Ronald . 127 Caulfield, William . 127 Cech, Bruce . 46,127 Chagares, Amanda . 127 Chang, James . 24,44,47,127 Chechopoulos, George . 127 Cherry, Gloria . 127 Chester, Steven . 127 Chojnowski, Richard .... 127,120,60 Christensen, David . 127,61 Christensen, Louise . 127 Christiansen, Cynthia . 127 Christopoulos, Michael . 127 Claassen, Marshall .... 88,97,127,61 Cleburne, Patricia . 128 Cohen, Larry . 128 Cohen, Sheldon . 128 Cohn, Steven . 128,61 Cohn, Stewart . 128 Colitz, James . 128 Colman, William . 128 Comitor, Lynda . 128 Connell, David . 128 Cooper, Marilyn . 128 Corey, Ronald.45,128 Corman, Heloise . 128 Costoplos, Priscilla . . 6,39,48,128,120 Council, Martha . 128,49 Creager, Kermit . 128,63 Crosby, Denis . 128 Crowley, William . 128 Cunningham, Sheila . 128 Curtiss, Colleen . 129 Cuser, George. 129 Cyburt, Raymond . 129 Daglas, Artemis . 129 Daglas, Iris . 129,49 Dahl, Dennis . 129 Dahlin, Nancy . 129 Dahlquist, James. 129 Dalen, Susan. 129 Dallia, Lawrence . 26,45,129,49 David, Victor . 129 Davidson, Michael . 129 Davis, Ann . 129 Davis, Barbara . 129 Davis, Bronson .. 90,91,97,75,38,39,45, 46,129 Davis, Robert . 129 Deck, Robert . 83,97,75,38,129 Dell ' Aringa, Nancy . 129,58,59 DeMartino, Dominic . 130 Demas, Maria . 130 Demlow, Sharon . 130 Denkman, William .. 116,97,75,38,46, 130 Des Enfants, Mary . 130 Dethlefsen, Elaine . 130 Deutsch, Rhonda . 130 DeVeirman, Karen . 130 Dilg, Bruce .. 94,97,79,80,46,130,120 Dingman, Patricia . 130 Ditkowsky, Carole . 130 Djidich, Roberta . 130,59 Dobrowolski, Dennis .. 81,90,3,97,71, 74,75,80,130 Doner, Lynda . 130,57 Donile, Dean. 130,120 Dorman, Judith . 130 Dressel, Joyce . 130 Dritlein, Joan . 130 Dubman, Olive ..-. 131 DuBoff, Susan . 13 1,57 DuBow, Seymour .. 38,45,46,47,131,50 Duffey, Beverly . 131,57 Duren, Marvin . 131,59 Durston, Donna . 131 Dziadula, Judy . 67,131 Eales, Bruce . 69,131 Eaman, Nancy . 131 Eames, Willard . 19,75,80.131 Edwards, Donald . 131 Ehlers, Barbara . 131 Ehrensaft, Kenneth .. 83.94,79,45,131 Ehrensaft, Philip . 15,45.46,47,131,120 Eidenberg, Dorothy . 131 Eilers, Donald . 131 Einsweiler, Noreen . 131 Eischen, Beth . 38,46,131,49,52 Eisenberg, Sandra . 132 Ekstein, Samuel .. 132,63 Elke, Jacqueline . 132 Elkin, Elaine . 132,55 Elkin, Ellen . 132.59 Elkins, Stephen . 132 Enberg, Anita 69,34,39,45,46,48,132,49 Engstrom, Pamela . 38,132,58,59 Epstein, Jay. 132 Erickson, George. 132 Esmail, Carol . 132 Ettinger, Toby . 132 Evans, Larry . 45,47,132,£ 0,54 Evans, Myrna . 132 Evey, Sharon . 132 Fagerstrom, Penelope . 132,61 Fahey, Richard. 132 Fajnor, Robert . 132 Feinberg, Marvin . 133,60 Feinberg, Robert .. 115,34,44,47,133, 49,50 Feinzimer, Michael . 38,133,59 Feldstein, Jeffrey. 133 Fenn, Michael . 90,133 Ferdman, Jeanne. 133 Ficks, Ronald . 133 Fimoff, Susan . 133 Firmiss, Barbara . 133,55 Fisher, William _ 97,75,80,39,133 Flaherty, Carol . 110,72,133 Focht, Nancy . 133 Fogel, Robert . 133 Ford, Thomas . 133 France, Adrienne . 133,63 Frank, Tamara . 133 Franks, John . 133 Freda Mary Ann . 98,40,44,133 Freed, Nina . 134,64 Freres, Sharon . 134,57 Friedman, Franklin .45,134 Friedman, Joan . 45,134,58 Friedman, Marsha . 134 Friedman, Randy . . . .•. 134 Fryde, Rena . 134 Fung, James. 97,75,80,134 Futterman, Marla . 134,55 Gain, Allen . 134 Gallaher, Kenneth . 97,134 Gaisky, Gloria . 98,134,63 Gans, Natalie . 134,45 Garcia, Judith . 134 Garro, Robert . 134 Geisler, Richard . 134 Gelfand, Sandra . 1.34 Gerber, Allan . 134,63 Ghionzoli, Carol . 135 Gibson, Barbara . 111,73,135 Glading, Keith . 135 Glass, Susanna . 102,45,35 Glaude, Paulette . 135 Glazer, Robert . 135 Godemann, Sharon. 135 Godfriaux, Mary .... 55,98,45,135,64 Gold, Marcia . 135 Goldberg, Sydney . 135 Golden, Enid . 135 Goldfarb, Linda. 135,51,61 Goldman, Paul . 94,97,135 Goldman, Susan . 135,59 Goldstein, Aria . 135 Goldstein, Geraldine . 135 Goldstein, Loretta .... 65,44,135,61 Goldstein, Roberta . 135 Goldstein, Sandra . 66,43,136 Golembo, Leslie . 136 Gooding, Marilyn . 136 Goodman, Joel . 83,136 Goodman, Stuart . 136 Gordon, Adrienne. 136 Gordon, Allen . 136 Gordon, Joan.47,136 Gordon, Norman. 136 Gorenstein, Stewart. 136 Gorman, Terrence .42,136 Goss, Denise . 21,42,65,44,136 Gould, Barbara . 136 Goush, Diana. 136 Green, Arnold . 136 Green, Marcia . 136 Greenberg, Joy . 136 Greene, Dale . 137,55,63 Green, Gari-Sue . 137 Greeneberg, Fern . 137 Greenspon, Judith . 137 Gregory, Teddy . 137 Griebell, Mary . 137 Grosky, Reid . 137 Gross. Clarette . 137 Grubb, Jeanne . 137 Gunn, Charlene . 137 Gustafson, Janet . 137,55 Gustin, Maurice . 137 Gutbrod, Larry . 137 Halperin, Leonard . 137 Halp ern, Robert . 137 Halvorsen, Reed .. 88,46,137,120,49 Handwerker, Neal . 137 Hansen, Susan . 110,72,137 Hanson, Robert . 137 Hardel, Geoffrey . 138 Hardt Brian . 83,138,97 Harris, Caredith . 138 Harris, Frances . 138,120,58,59 Harris Michael . 138 Harris, Richard . 138 Harrison, Barbara . 138 Hartman, Hilaire . 138 Hartman, Sandi . 138 Hauser, Conrad . 138 Hauser, Ronald . 138 Hawkins, James . 138 Hawkins, Paul . 138 Healy, Gerald . 138 Hehn, Cary . 138 Hendriks, Barbara . 73,138 Henrichs, Barbara . 138 Henry, Susan . 139 Herbold, Arlene . 139 Herrmann, Paul . 139 Herzberg, Sharon . 139,51 Herzog, Mirah . I 15,1 39 Hess, C. Carl . 139 Hibbert, Nancy . 139,49 Higginson, Donald . 139 Higgs, Glenn . 139 Hilfman, Louis . 139 Hills, Daniel . 139,75 Hillsberg, Patricia . 139 Hirsh, Marilyn .... 34,39,40,44,139,62 Hirte, Bruce . 79,139,49 229 INDEX Hoag, Peter . . 88,139 Kryski, Valerie .... . 144 Hodges, Joyce . . 39,139 Kuebler, Linda . . . . 144 Hogan, Louanne . . . . . 139 Kuehn, Lloyd . . 93,97,144 I Hojnacki, Susan . . . . , . 139 Kuehn, Wayne . . . . 144 Hoke, Joan . . . 98,45,139,61 Lain, Larry . . 144 j Honig, Michael .... . . 45,47,140,54 Laing, Sandra . . . . . 43,145,55 Howard, David . . 79,140 Lamme, Robert . . . , ... 88,69,38,145 Hutchings. William . . . 140 Landerman, Myrna . 145,63 Hyman, Helene . . 140 Lantz, Richard . . . . 145 Irwin, Gerald . . . 140,61 Lascody, Larry . . . . . 97,79,145 Isel, Richard. . . 81.80.75.140 LaScola, Nancy . . . . 145 1 Iverson, Judith . .. 110,140,120 Laskov, Rochelle . . . 145 Iverson. Valerie . . 140 Laursen, Barbara . 66,145 Jacobs. Janice . . 140 LaVay, Susan . . 145 Jacobsen, Susan . . 140 Layden, Diane . . . . . . 112,145,58,59 1 Jacobson. Roger . . . . . . . . 68,45.140 Lazaar, John . . 145 | Jaeger. Renata . . 140,120 Lazar, Emil . . 145,120 1 Janis, Michael . . 140 Learner, Leslie . . . . . 45,145 Janse, Jan . . 88,140 Lees, Marilyn 145 59 1 Jenkins. Judith . . 140 Lehman, Caroline . 145 f Jensen, Marianne . . . . . 140 Lehman, Judith . . . . 145 | Johnson, Beverley . . . . 140 Lemanski, Sandra . 145 f Johnson, Brian . . 140 LeMieux, Yvette . . . . 98,145,120 t Johnson, Emma . . 141 Leon, Joy . . 146 t Johnson, Gordon . . . . . 88,141 LeRoy, Janice . . . . . 45,146 h Johnson. Joanne . . 141 Lev, Jeffrey . . 146 | Johnson, Judy . . 141 Levin, Barbara . . 146 h Johnson, Lynn . . 141 Levin, Robert . . 88 146 h Johnson, Ronald .... . . . . 97,45,141 Levine, Ellen . . 146 f Jornd, Ronald . . 141 LeVine, Susan .... 38,98,1 1 1,45,146 |s Josefson, Karen . . 45,141 Levison, William . 43,146 h Kadish, Judith . . 141 Lewin, Manya . . . . . 146 h Kalfen, Barbara . . 141 Liberti, Annemarie . 98,146 Kalitowski, Kenneth . . . 141 Licausi, Concetta . , . 146 N Kalmis, Lynn . . 141 Lippens, Patricia . 67,146,45 |s Kamensky, Paul . . 141 Lis. Marion . . 46,48,146 h Kanofsky, Jeffrey . . . . . 90,141 Lissner, Lawrence . . . 26,146 h Kapchinski, Dorothy . . . 141,55 Little, Thomas . . . . . 146 h Kaplan, Adrian . . 141,63 Lockwood, Glenn . 146 i Kaplan, Beverly . 141 Kaplan, Myra . 141 Kardoff, Susan . 142 Karel, Barbara . 142 Karlesky, LaVerne . 142 Karlov, Linda .... 142,15,107,45.120 Karpman, Irene .. 18,44,142,58,60,61 Karr, Thomas . 142 Kastil, Gayle . 142 Katien, Edward . 142 Katz, Barbara . 142,61 Katz, David . 88,142 Katz, Lawrence. 44,142,120 Kaufman, Melinda . 66,142,51 Keller, Margot . 142.63 Kemp, Sandra . 142 Kennedy. Adrienne . . 43,45.46.142.57 Kilcullen, Frederick . 142 Kirschner. Judith . 142,60,61 Kirshner, Robert . 88,97,142 Kiso, Elizabeth . 39,45,143 Kitch, James . 143 Klaveter, Linda . 143,55 Kleiman, Barbara . 143 Klein, Frances . 143 Klein, Judith . 143 Klein, Leon . 143 Kleinman, Jean . 143 Klingbeil, Paul . 143 Klopp Ronald . ' . 1 43 Knight, McClelland . 143 Koehler, Ronald . 1 43 Kofoed, Jacqueline 110,37,44.46,143 Kolderup. Barbara 108,46.143,58,59 Komar, Jacqueline . 143 Kooperman, Alan . 1 43 Kosdon, Greer . 25.45,143,55 Koseor, Robert . 84,90,97,143 Kottmeier, Kent . 94 14449 Kraemer, Arlene . 1 44 Kraitsik. Jeanette . 144 Kramarczyk, Robert . 144,60 Kraus, Margot . 144 Kreinick, Stephen . 45,144 Kremer, Joseph . 26,47,144,50 Kretschmer, Nancy . 144,120 Kroger, Laurie . 1 44 Kroll, Larry .. 1 44 Krone, Gloria . 144,63 Kroon, Judith . 45,144,120,49 Krugly, Myra . 1 44 Lubeck, Rita . Lueder, Carol . . . , Lundberg, Carl . . . McAvoy, Patricia . McBrayer, Barry McCarthy, James McClendon, Loren McColloch, Mary . 146 . 61,146 . 147 18,48,147,120 . 147 . 147 . 147 65,44,147 Mahaffey, Craig . 1 47 Mahnke, Mary Ann . 43,147 Manassa, Diane . 147 Mann, Sharron . 1 47 Manzardo, Dennis. 28,97,75,147 Marcus, Fern . 147 Marcy, Robin . 38,147 Marines, Peter . 147 Mario, Barbara . 147,55 Mark, Robert . 38,45,147,120 Marnstein, Marshall . 147 Marshall, Penelope . 147 Martin, Carol .... 65,69,39,40,44,46, 48,148,49,55,62 Martin, Jeffrey . 94,148 Martino, Carmelia . . 65,69,42,45,48, 148,57 Masaracchia, Joseph . 148 Masek, Richard . 84,85,39,148 Masters, Ted . |48 Matheson. Myra . 148,120,55 Matzick, Kenneth . . 83,97,39,46,148, 120 Mau, Bruce . 1 43 Maxen, Marcia . |48 May, Virginia . 143 Mazer, Stuart . 1 43 Meadows, Roberta . 28,148 Meadows, Teddie . 143 Meisner, Robert . |48 Melamed, Mitchell . 39,148 Melehes, Barbara . 67,148 Meltzer, Pamela . 148 Menconi, Sandra . 69,149 Mendel, Louis . 149 Mendelson, Gene . 149 Merriman, Steven . 149 Mertes. James . 149 Meyers, Judith . 1 49 Micon, Ronald . 149 Midas, H. 45 Mikolay, Raymond . 1 49 Miller, Donna . 149,110,72,59 Miller, Margaret .. 149 Margo . 45,149,120 , Paul . 31,149,57 . Steven . 84,94,97,38,149 Larry . 90,97,75,76,149 in, Terrene . 149 s, David .90,149 e, James . . 81,97,75,80,46,149 all, Gloria . 149 fsky, Howard . 150 iita, Joyce . 45,150 n, Stanley . I 1,46,150,120 ►r, Peter . 39,45,150 r, Sandra . 150,63 Joan . 3,16,107, 108,72,46,150,120 y, Michael . 150 Barbara . 150 Dorothy . 150 Edward . 45.150,60,61 in, Marilyn . 150 James . 150 Nechtman, Eileen . 150,55 Neer, David . 150 Neimer, Barbara . 48,150 Nelson, Constance . 150 Nelson, James . 88,151,97 Nelson, Karen . 151 Nessel, Bari . 1 5 1 Neumann, William . 151 Neumeister, JoAnn . 46,151,49 Newhouse, Irene . 1 5 1 Newman, Shona . 151 Nieder, Robert . 20,151 Nison, Steven . |5| Norgan, Kenneth .. 37,40,45,46,151 Novitt, Sharon . 151,57 Novotny, Joseph . 15| Nutting, Robin . |5| O ' Donnell, Mary . |5| Oehlberg, Georgia . 151 Olmsted, Stephen . 151,120 Olsen, Gary. 40,45,46,151,50 Olson, Walter . . 1 5 1 Omachel, Richard . 152 O ' Neil, Priscilla . 152 Oppenheim, Joel . 88,39,152 Orbech, Sandra _ 115,34,152,64 Orzoff, Dana . 152 Orzoff, Jeffrey . 152 Osborn, Susan . 98,111,65,33, 42,45,152 Oserman, Steven . 47,152,50 Ostermeier, Margaret . 98,152 Overton, Nancy . 38.46,152 Palcheck, Theresa . 152 Palm, Sandra . 152 Palmer, Bonnie . 152 Panico, Nina . 152 Paquet, Dale . 1 52 Paul, Patricia . 110,72,45,152 Paul. Susan . 101,152 Pawlowski, Henry . 1 52 Peariman, Ethel . 1 53 Pearson, Alan . 153,59 Pelzmann, Catherine . 44,153,54 Perlman. Eileen . 153,57 p erlman, Inez . 153 Peterson, Donald . 153 Peterson, Richard . 46,153,59 Pflieger, Donald .... 79 ,1 53 ,49,60.6 1 Pflieger, Mary. 153 Phillips, Claudette _ 98,42,153,49 Phillips, Mary . 153 Pleason, Paulette . 43,153 Pohl, Howard . 153 Pollack, Earl . 153 Polster, Robert . 153 Portnoy, Stuat . 153,120 Potrue, Robert. 153 Povitsky Morris . 153 Powell, Bruce . 154,59 Price, Norman . 154 Proft, Lawrence _ 107,38,154,120 Puccinelli, James . 93,97,154 Puerkel, Bonnie . 154 Przybylski, John .. 154 Racana, Lawrence . 154 Rajski, Ronald . 154 Rakos, Sharon . 1 54 Rakowski, Thomas . 154 Rand, Jaynet . 1 54 Rasmussen. Rex . 154 Ravine, Lynn . 154 Raymond, Connie . 101,154 Reading, Nancy . 154 Recher, David .43,154 Reda, James . 154 Redding, Dennis.97,154 Regan, Terry. 155 Rehwaldt, Richard . 75,155 Reich, Myrna . 155,59 Reichert, Diane . 155 Reicherts, James . 97,75,155 Reinger, Roger . 97,155,79,49 Reinier, Geraldi ne . 155 Reinke, William . 90,155 Rest, Zelda . 155 Rhodes, Robert . 155 Rice, Patricia . 155 Richmond, Linda . 155,57 Rieff, Melvyn . 155,50,54 Riefstahl, Lois . 98,45,155 Rifkin, Bennett . 1 55 Rishe, Ina . 44,155 Ritter, Lucille . 155,58,59 Ritter, Roger . 1 55 Rodman, Sue . 156 Rome, Mallory . 156 Roock, Karen . 98,156 Roper, Stewart. 94,97,75,156 Roseman, Jorden. 156 Rosen, Paul . 156 Rosenthal, Arlene . 156 Rosenthal, Glenn ... 45,47,156,60,61 Rosinski, Justyna . 156 Roth, Martin . 156 Rotholtz, Michael . 38,156,49 Rothman, Miriam .... 113,156,58,59 Roubinek, Brian . 156 Rove!!, Jeffrey . 156.60 Rudich, Analee . 39,156 Russo, Joyce . 33,156 Sabey, Edward . 10,90,156,120 Schnoff, Robert . 156,50 Sachs, Janet . 43,157 Sack, Ruth . I I I, I 57 Sacks, Richard . 1 57 Sacomano, Louisa . 157 Sacomano, Mary Louisa . 157 Saflarski, Barbara . 157 Safranic, James . 16,157 Sajdera, Mitchell . 1 57 Sakover, Jerry . .. 1 57 Samole, Myron . 97,75,157,59 Santore, Peggy . 157 Sargeant, Marilyn . 157,63 Saunders, Gertrude .. 40,45,157,49,62 Savage, James . 45,157 Savner, David . 157 Saxon, Susan . 1 57 Scacco, Daniel . 1 57 Schada, Steven . 157 Schaeffer, Eugene . 158 Scharf, Charles . 158 Shapiro, Jerold . 159 Shapiro, Philip . 39,159,120 Schayer, Susan . 158,55 Scherer, Mary . 158 Schiff, Rosanne . 110,158 Schneider, Rhoda . 158 230 INDEX Schramm Ann . 158,63 Schramm, Virginia . 102,158 Schroeder, Jo Anne . 158 Schulmari, Diane . 158 Schulte, Ralph . 158 Schultz, Sharon . 158 Schwartz, Barry . 90,158 Schwartz, Susan . 158 Scott, Nancy . 158 Searing, Edward . 158 Sears, Joel . 158,60 Sedlacek, William . . . 159 Seedorf, Susan ... 101,111,73,159 Segal, Barbara . 159 Seitler, Helene . 159 Selby, Richard . 72,159,49,60,61 Selby, Robert . 72,159,49,60 Senger, Carole . 73,159 Shandling, Fred . 159 Shapiro, Gerald . 159 Shapiro, Sandra . 159 Shapiro, Winifred . 159 Sheffield, Roger . 159 Sheldon, Judith 26,117,44,48,159,120 Sher, William . 159 Shevelenko, Terry . 159 Shifris, Carol . 159,63 Sholin, Judith . 160 Shores, Sharon . 107,160 Shulman, Richard . 160 Shuman, Leslie . 160 Schneider, Sharon . Schoene, Sandra Shurley, Janice . . . Sieber, Dolores Siegel, Marcia . . . Siege!, Richard Silverman, Marsha . Silverstein, David Simmons, Ronald . . Simon, Barbara . . . Simonsen, Marylu . Sims, Betty Jo. Sims, Dewey . Singer, Carol . Singer, Lorraine . . . Sklar, Linda . Slack, James . Slive, Elayne . Slotky, Bonnie . Slotten, Susan . Smith, Carol . Smith, Lois . Smith, William . . . . Soflarski, Barbara . . Solomon, Barbara Soquet, Lawrence Sosnowski, Kenneth Spagat, Fern . Speichert, Patricia . Spiegel, William Spinnato, Anthony . Spirrison, James . .. Stadelmann, Joan . . Stapelfeld, Elizabeth Stark, Thom . . 158 . 158 . 160 .... 160,57 . 160 . . 94,97,160 . 160 . 160 . 160 . 160 . 160 . 160 . 160 . . 45,160,64 . 160 66,45,160,63 . .. . 161,120 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 33 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 161 . 161 97,75,161 . . . 45,161 161,120,49 . 161 Starr, William . 161 Steffen. Michael . 162 Stein, Louann . 162,57 Stein, Narlene . 162 Steinberg. Merle . 162 Stengl, Robert .. 162 Stern, Arlene . 162 Stern, Elaine . 45,162 Stetz, Ronald . 68,162 Stevens, Craig . 18,42,162.60 Stille. Judith . 162 Stiska, Eveline . 162 Stone, Peggy . 162 Stone, Richard . 162 Strom, Arlene . 162 Strouse, Gayle . 162 Stryker, Karyn . . 110,72,45,163.120,58 Stunkel. Barry . 163 Subrin, Lawrence . 163 Sucherman, SheryJ . 163 Suckow, Joan . 163 Sullivan, Michael . 163 Swanson, Charlotte . 66,45,163 Swanson, Dale . 163 Swanson, Marilyn . 163 Sylvester, Howard . 163 Taendler, Irene . 101,163 Vanaschuk, Nancy . 163 Tankus, Donna . 163 Taylor, Grant .. 45,163 Taylor, Susan . 163 Templer, Gary . 163 Thoma, Cheryl . 163,63 Thomas, Virginia .... 107,46,163,120 Thommes, Robert . 164,60,61 Thorsen, Alice . 164,53 Tompkin, Lois . 43,164 Topper, Marcia . 164 Traff, John . 90,164 Trommer, Pamela . 164 Tropstein, Donna . 164 Trufant, Barbara . 164 Tune, James . 97,75,80,164 Tunkl, Donald . 164 Turpack, John . 164 Tutt, Michael . 164 Tworoger, John . 164 Udelson, Joseph . 45,164 Uhlir,, Kathy. 164 Unterschuetz, Ronald .... 164,60,61 Usow, Allen . 164 Uzemack, Noel . 164,19 Valfer, Joyce . 65,165 Van, Susan . 165,60,61 Vedder, Karen . 165,120 Verhunce, Judith . 111,73,165 Viere, Judith . I 10,72,165 Vjrgilio, Carol . 165 Vollmer, Patricia . 165,67 Von Holdt, Janice . 165 Voss, Madelynn . 98,42,165 Vrablik, Linda .... 45,46,165,49,63 Wadler, Elaine . 165,49,63 Wadsworth, Sandra. 165 Wanke, Gary . 44,165,50 Warda, Suzanne 46,165,120,49,58,59 Warren, Lovina . 165,155 Washkuhn, Wilson . 165,60 Wasley, Richard . 165 Wasley, Robert . 165 Weaver, Robert. 166 Wedge, Jean . 166 Wegerman, Robert. 166 Wegl, Marilyn . 166 Weichmann, Bonnie . 166 Weinberg, Sharon . 166 Weiner, Daniel . 166,120 Weiner, Fred . 166 Weinstein, Barry . 83,97,166 Weisberg, Leon . 97,166 Weise, Sandra . 166 Weiss, Hannah . 166 Weiss, Penny . 166 Weiss, Steven . 97,80,39,166 Weldon, Lynn . 39,166 Wenzel, Paul . 166 Werner, Marilyn . 166,61,63 Wernick, Garson . 166 Wernikoff, Barry . ' . 47,167 Wesley, John . 167 Wesley. Shirley . 67,167,63 Whisler, Caro! . 38,167,49 White, Darlene . 102,67,167 Wicker, Barbara . 167,59 Widen, Robert . 167 Widinski, Robert . 167 Wieska Allen . 167 Wiig, Roberta . 167,60,61 Wiktor Marcia . 19,111,167,55 Willert Diana . 167,57 Williams, Janyce . 66 43 ,1 67,51 Williams, Kenneth . 40,167 Williams, Pamela . 167 Wil ' iams. Paul . 90.97 38.167 Williamsen, Wayne . 167 Wilson Allan . 167 Winer, Ellen . 42,43,168,53 Wirtz, Henry . 94,97,75,168 Wise, George .... 115,97,75,80,168 Witt, James. 168 Witzel, Janice . 168 Wold Donna . 168,61 Wolff, Robert . 168 Wolfstyn, Ronald . 24,42,44,168 Woods, Carol . 168 Worthington, Charles .... 84,79,168 Wray. Stephen . 168 WuTnser, Rita . 66,168,63 Yesinick, Feme . . 45,168 Youngkrantz, Howard . 168 Zahn, Diane . 168,49 Zalud, Donna . 67,168 Zastrow, Donald . 168 Zehner, Mary . 168 Zeitlin, Martin . 45,169 Zelkowitz, Merle . 169 Zender, Robert . 93,97,169,49 Ziemba, Mary . 169 Zimberoff, Sharon . 169 Zimmer, Gale . 169 Zimmerman, Dean . 169 Zlotnik, Alan . 169,120 Zolezzi, Joyce . 169 JUNIORS Albert, James . Alter, Steven . Altman, Robert . Amsterdam, Janice Anderson, David. Anderson, Gretchen . Anderson, Marvin . . . Anderson, Norman . . . Anderson, Patricia . . . Anderson, Roy . Andrews, Fred . Apelian, Barbara Arbetman, Tamara . . . Archibald, Julie . Argentar, Stuart . . . Armstrong, Paulette . Arnold, Allyn . Arnstein, Ann . Arston. Robert . Artwick, Fred . Austin, Diana . Averback, Alvin Avola, Norma . Axelrod, Barbara . . . Babendererde, Martin Bachman, Herta . Backus, Virginia Bader, Eugene . Bair, Charles . Baitcher, Howard . . . Baker Charles . Balin, Claire.. Balkonis, Gloria . Ballou, Merrily . Barkin, Dale . Barnett, Jane . Barnow, Alice . Barranco, Jack . Barron, Frances . Bartsch, Jeanette . . Basara, Sharon . Becker, Howard . . 178 . 180 . 175 . 175 .83,178 . 178 . . . 83,180,172 . 173 . 176 . 173 . 177 .... 32.177,60 . .. . 177 . 101,175 . 181 . 177 . ... 176,58,59 . 43,181 . 175 84.90,75,45,174 . ... 176,58,59 . . 79.43,45,173 . 177 . 177 . 177 . 181 72,1 10,45,174. 49,58,59 . 175 . 69,176 . 173 . 181 . 178 . 174 . 173 . 180 . 176 . 178 . 174 . 173 . 178,59 . 178 . 180 Becker. Michael . 179 Beddia, Tom . 94,74,179 Beezv, Bruce.178 Behr, Donna . 181 Bellus, Stuart . 178 Benedict, Michael . 177 Bendoff, Bruce . 176 Benson, Caret .. 173 Benson Christina ... 173,177,58.59 Bentkower, Howard . 175,172 Berens, Ray . 94,97,75,178 Berg, Barbara . 177 Berger, Donald . 177 Berger, Howard . 174 Berk Richard . 176 Berko, Alice . 179 Berloznik, Joan . 180 Bernsten, Joan . 87,90.176 Bert. Jean . 178 Berk, Richard . 27 Bilton, Ellen . 173 Bishop, Paul . 84,97,175 Bistolfo, Peggy . 65,178 Blake. Doris . 173 Blaul. Kathy . 179 Bloch, Janet . 45.47,179,54 Block, Arthur . 179 Block. David . 177 Block, James . 83,176 Bloom, Carol . 179,55 Blumberg, Ann . . . 179 Blumenthal, Carole . 181 Bolin, Fredric . 180 Bolka, Sandra . 175 Bollinger, William . 173 Borcia, Kenneth . 179 Borisof, Joanne . 179 Boukas, James . 176 Bourgerie, Suzanne . 179 Boyansky, Marla . 175 Boyko, Sharon . 181 Boyle, Michael . 177 Brautigam, Jay . 173 Braverman, Starr . 177,122 49 Breen, Art is. 176 Brei, Trude . 179,57 Brenner, Melvin . 180 Brietzke, Paul . 177,60 Brody, Lawrence . 174 Brody, Robert . 45,176,60 Bromberg, Gail . 175 Brooks, Marlene . 177 Brooks, Roberta . 181 Brown, Donald . 177 Brown, James . 181 Brown, Lloyd . 176 Brown, Robert . 84,97,180 Brownstein, Neill . . 97,75,175 Brumett, John . 174 Brusin, Dolores . 173 Brusman, Terrie . 180 Brzny, Raymond . 180 Budzisz, Frank . 175 Burkhardt, Elizabeth . 45.174 Burns, Myra . 176 Burns, Virginia . 175 Byers, Don . 173 Cahan. Carol . 173 Capettini, Robert . 75,80,173 r INDEX Carder, James .... 97,45,47,174,172, 49,49 Carl. Edward . 177 Carlson, Garnet . 179 Carlson, Sonja . 179 Carroll, Denes . . . 174 Chada. Carol . 177 Chamlin, Lynne . 177 Chang, Charlene . 45,47,173 Chase, Jeffrey . 174 Chelin, Karen . 177,55 Cheney, Bonnie . 99,176,58,59 Chere, Suzanne . 175 Cierny, Theresa . 176 Cininello, Robert. 174 Cirrincione, Richard . 176 Classen, Virginia . 100,173 Cohen, Barry . 180 Cohen, Beryl. 173 Cohen, Gail . 175 Cohen, Howard . 181,49 Cohen, Kenneth . 175 Cohen, Linda . 177 Colecchia, Sandra . 181 Conaway, Thomas . 177 Connelly, Richard . 75,177 Conrad, William . 17,14,60 Cook, Susan . 45,179,60 Cooklis, Harley . 180 Cooper, Alene . 177,59 Cooper, David . 22,181 Cooper, Warren . 176 Cooperman, Sally . 173.55 Corcoran, Kermit . 181 Corn. Penny . 181 Cowan, Bonita . 45,174 Crampe Sharon . 180,57 Crowe, Patricia .40,181 Curtis, Allan . 173 Cutrell Anna Marie . 55 Dahlman, Joanne . 176,57 Daley, David . 173 Dalson, Elaine . 178 Davis, Kenneth . 173 Day, Janet . 178 Dean, Sandra . 175,58,59 DeCarl, Louise . 45,177 Decker Michael . .. 177 Degraffenreid, Kenneth .... 75.181 Deitch, Joan . 181 DeMaa. Robert . 174 Derbes. Ron . 175 Deutsch, Joanne . 176 DeVogelear, Kathleen . 173,57 DeMith. Frank . 173 Denis, Eileen .. 173 DeMartino, Victor . 178 Didier. Judy . 173 D in i tz. Michael . 181 Ditthardt, Ronald . 180 Dobbe. Gary . 175 Docel, Anita . 173,57 Dorband, Jerry . 180 Dorfman, Merle . 181 Dorrian, Ruth . 178 Dreyer, Robert . 173 Dugan, Helen . 179 Duhl, Michael . 90,39.180 Dulkin, Jerry . 94.1 12.80,179.59 Du May. Richard .. . 180 Eagen, Nancy . 98,175,59 Eckmann. James ..88,179 Eddy, Janice . 42 45 181 Eimstad. Karen . 174 Einhorn, Bob . 178 Einsweiler, Patricia . 176 Eisenberg, Edith . 180 Ellensohn, Robert . 93,176 Elvey Raymond . 178 Epstein, Bonita . 173 Esbrook, John . 173 Ex Rhoda . 181 Eyles, Glenn . 177 Faber, Kathleen . 179 Fabro. Donald . 181 Factur, Ron . 175 Fairman, Kenneth . Falstein, Deborah . 175,57 Faust, Susan . 175 49,58.59 Feder, Joel . 173 232 Feld Bonnie . 174 Feldman, Jack . 177 Fe ldner, Barbara . 176 Feidpausch, Craig . 177,60 Felzer, Marilyn . 178,172 Ferguson, Irene . 176,58,59 Fernandez-Rojo, Roger 88,45,176 Ferraro, Carol . 181 Feuer, James . 180 Fidler, Henry . 181 Field Sharon . 173 Fields, Simone . 178 Fiocchi, Loretta . 178 Fisher, Barry . 181,59 Fishman, Maureen .... 65,180,172,59 Flack, Richard . 179 Flammang, Kenneth . 173 Fortney, Margaret . 98.179 Foss Regina . 98.178 Foss, Thomas . 180,58 Foster, Kenneth . 79,176 Fox, Susan . 181,55 Frandzel, Michael . 175 Frank, Gary . 181 Frank, Paul . 180 Franz, Peggy . 179 Frary, Sidney . 174 Fray, Lynette ' . 178 Freske, Leslie . I I I, I 79 Friedkin, Darlene . 175 Friedier, Michael . 173,54 Friedman, Burton . 181 Friedman, Michael I . 179 Friedman, Michael W. 178 Friedman, Neil . 176 Fulkerson, Patricia .98,45 Gabel, Kathleen . . 179,172 Gagne, Sharon . 181,172 Gahan. Carol . 178 Gallagher, Claudia . Gardner, Carol . 66,178 Garro, Rosemary . 180 Gebal, Howard . 178 Geffinger, William . 173 Gerard, Paulette . 173,57 Gerber, Deanna . 176 Gevirtz, Richard . 174,59 Ghionzoli, Coral . 173 Ghionzoli, Lynn . 179 Gierlach, Vivian . 173 Gilhooley, Robert _ 90,91,75,175 Gihurn, Thomas . 178 Gillman. Edward . 181 Gilman, John | 74 Glade, Thomas . 179 Glaves, Kathleen. 180 Goldbaum, Ellen . 180 Goldberg, Nena . 177 Goldenstein, Howard . 175,60 Goldsmith, Carol . 176,172 Goldstein, Charles . 178 Golob, Jeff . 178 Goodfriend Marlene . 180 Goodman, Heidi . 173 Goodman, Norman . 175 Gordon, Barbara ... 40,45,181,59 Gordon, Janice . 178 Gordon, Julia . 173,62 Gordon, Lee . 176,60,161 Gornstein John . 181,172 Gou d Edward . 177 Graff, Barbara . 176 Graham, Gayle . 174 Grayson, Corrine . 47,177,50 Green, Carol . 181 Green, M’- ael . 1 79 Greenberg, Glenn . 1 75 Greenberg, Joyce . 179 Greenberg, Sharon . 47,173 Gresham, Gail . 1 79 Grippo, Diane . 174 Groat, Eugene. 179 Gross, Diane . 1 79 Grybowski, Patricia . 176 Haber, Richard . 180 Habler, Vivian . 180 Haerle, June . 173,172 Hagel, Carol . 181 Hagen, Edwin . 97,79,80,178 Hagerty, Timothy . 176 Henriksen, Richard . 177 Halbreich, Lillian . 45,175 Hall, Judith . 175 Haller, Lawrence . 23,54 Hanelin, Nancy . 173,178 Hanson, Don . 181,63 Hanson, Louise . 181 Haroldson, Don . 178 Harris, Albert . 177,178 Hart, James .... 84,90,97,75,39,178 Harvey, Daniel . 177,49,60,61 Hassen, Reyaud . 88,181 Haugness, Wilma . 176 Hawkins, Sharon . 174 Hedberg, Charlene . 98,173,60 Heim, Janet . 179,172 Hein, Janet . 175 Heitman, John . 176 Heller, Karen . 43,173 Helmer, David . 175,59,60 Hendrickson, Donna . 174,57 Henkin, Carolyn . 177 Henner, Roberta . 181 Hepburn, Robert. 176 Herbrich, Heidi . 180 Herkert, Robert . 75,80,178 Herman, Sherry . 103,177,63 Hershenson, Dan . 173 Herzon, Martha . 174 Hess, Bill . 181 Hess, Richard . 174 Hessell, Barbara . 179 Hilbert, John . 178 Hill, Larry . 75 Hillberg, Sandra . 177 Hillman, Gloria . 179 Hillman, Judith . 176 Hillstrand, Ronald . 75,175,177 Hintz, Patricia . 173 Hirsch, Gayle . 179 Hirshman, Dean . 60 Hoff, Gerald . 95,173 Hoffing, Richard . 176 Hoffman, Andrea . 179,172 Hoffman, Marcy . 175 Hoglund, David .40,174 Holder, Phillip . 175 Hook, Jerri Rae . 177,58,59 Hook, John Charles . 173 Hopps, Barbara . 176 Horan, Roberta . 173 Horlick, Ronald . 173 Hussey, Robert . 177 Hutter, Alice . 175,57 Imber, Evan . 62 Immergluck, Lori . 175,179 Ingersoll, Richard . 83,180 Irwin, Joyce . 180 Jach, Sandra . 103 Jackson, Helen . 177 Jacobs, Donald . 178 Jacobs, Jeffrey .. 173 Jacobs, Ronna . 173,63 Jacover, Jerry . 88,90,175,62 Jaeger, John . 179 Jaeger. Ronald . 87,177,49 Jaet, Elaine . 176,172 Jamrozek, Lawrence . 176 Janek, Theodore . 178 Janet, John . 174 Janet, Robert . 175 Jesse, Ronald . 177 Johns, Andrew. 173 Johnson, Bruce . 79,175 Johnson, Douglas . 175,5 9 Johnson, Gregory . 94,180 Johnson, Lynn . 100,179,57 Johnson, Sandra . 175 Johnston, Dale . 83,177 Jones, Beverly . 180 Joos, Richard . 176 Kaage, Steve . 174 Kahles, Michael . 54,60 Kahn, Ronni . 175 Kaluzna, Renne . 173 Kamm, Patrick . 173 Kamps, Janice.45,181 Kamps, Judith . 181 Kann, Kenneth . 181 Kanzelbaum, Linda . 175 Kaplan, Fred . Kaplan, Judith Kaplan, Susan .... Kaplan, William . . Karas, Robert . Karch, Lois . Kassin, Alan . Katsoolias, Georgia Katz Barbara . Kaufmann, Linda . . Kazanow, Ann . Kellar, Terry . Kelter, Diana Kelz, Linda . Kempton, Joan . . . Kessler, Joel . Kipperman, Judy Kirk, Pamela . Kispert, Maribeth Kiss, Michael .... Kite, Alice . Kite, Roberta ... . . Klebbe, David . . . Klein, Dennis . Kletnick, Theodore Kling, Joann . Klinke, Alan . Klug, Michael . . . Kluge, Jere . Koehler, David . . . Kohls, Larry. Kohn, Raymond . . . Korn, Doreen . Koszuta, Karen . . . Kotarek, Donna . . . Kozdron, Gary . . . Krader, Brina . Kraemer, Joan Kramer, Andrea Kramer, Gay . Krause, Alfred Krause, Alvin . Krause, Joanne . .. Kreegier, George Kreinick, Carol . . . Kreis, Phyllis . Kreisler, Barry Kromer, James . . . Krugly, Aneeta . . . Krupnick, William . Kulwin, Marlene . . . Kummerow, Leslie Kunar, Sharon Kuperman, Sheldon Kurland, Howard . . Kurti, David . Kwolek, M arian . .. Ladd, Thomas . . . Laing,, Patricia Lampert, Steven . . , Larsen, Ralph Larsen, Sandra .... Latham, Linda Lassen, Pamela . . . Lauerman, Barbara Lavin, Richard . . . Lawler, Robert . . . Lawrence, Edward Leaf, Donald . Leavitt, Frederick Le Due, Joseph . . . . 180 . 175,172 . 106,45 . 175,176 . 177 . 181 . 177 . 174,57 . 174 . 176 .45,176 . 178,60 . 181 . 180 . 176 . 40,181 . 175 . 40,175 . 181 . .. . 90.181,172 . 180,63 .... 177,58,59 . 173 . 177 . 173 . 173 . 177 . 181 .. 102,108,176 . 177 . 174 . 174,59 . 179 . 179 . 173 . 174 . 176 . . . . 180,172,55 . 2,34,180 . 178 . 174 . 178 . 177 . 176 . . 98,180,60,61 . 179 . 175 . 179 . 175 . 175 . 173 . 172 . 178 . 175 . 178 . 177 . 181,57 . 174 . 181 . 177 97,75,80,39,174 . 176 . 175,59 . 174 . 45,175 . 47,50 39,173,49,51,53 . 174 . 23,174 . 176 . 179 Lee, Mavis. 174,172 L-eftwich, Karen . 180 Lehman, Janice . 180 Leisman Bonnie . 174 Lenox, Carol . 176 Levey, Pennie . 179,57 Levin, Jane . 41,177 Levin, Marjory . 174 Levine, Eleanor . 176 Levine, Linda . 173 Levine, Martin . 175 Levy, Richard . 175 Lewin, Cheryl . 180 Lewin, Susan . 178,57 Lewis, Michael . 87,178 Lieberman, Michael ..180,54 Lindemann, Gary . 81,80,180 Linder, Don . 181,60 Linder, Franklin . Lipawsky, Ricki . 40 Little, Geraldine . 176 Littrell, Richard . 175,54 Lowe, John . 75,181 Lowe, Patric . 175 Luber, Kathryn . 178,172 Lubin, Gene . 177,60,61 Lukes. Robert . 174 Lutz, Barry . 179 Lutz, Louis . 175 Lyons, Antoinette . 174 McCartan, Meredith. 179,54,60 McEnerny, Kathleen . 180 McEvoy, Margaret . 176,55 McIntosh, Dennis . 177 McKay, Marilyn . 177,172 McLean, Esther . 173 McPherson, Margaret . 174 McWherter, Sandra . 176 Magit, Alan . 75 Mantell, Jeffrey . 39 Margalski, Joseph . 176 Margolis, Harvey . 179,59 Marmel, James . 176 Marschall, Nick . 173 Marshall, Stuart . 90,80,39,173 Martish, Louise . 180 Marwil, Suzanne . 181 Maslow, Arthur . 174 Massey, Lois . 175 Maul, Veronica .. 177 May, Stephen . 83,97,179 Maypole, Marilyn . 175,59 Mednick, Sharlene . 178 Meites, Herbert . 178 Melvin, Jacqueline . 177.172 Mendelsohn, Gary . 181 Mendes, Richard . 177 Mendyk, Darlene . 176 Menes, Carol . 174 Menkin, Marcia . 173,58,59 Merrill, Carolyn . 180 Merriman, Sue . 175 Meuer, Priscilla . 180 Meyer, Barbara . 179 Michael, Howard. 181 Michael, Jerry . 1 73 Michelau, Mary . 175,181 Mikolay, James . 173 Miller, Bruce . 26,175.172 filler, Ross . 173.172,53 Mink . Lyle . 93,97,178 Mirshak, Gerald . 181 Moberg, Dennis . 79,178,49 Moldenhauer, Richard . 88,179 Morgan, Burton . 173 Morgan, Lynn . 177 Morriss, Phyllis . 175 Mueller, Darlene . 179 Mulder, Ruth . 1 77 Mulis, Jack . 179 Murray, Carol . 176 Muth, Nancy . 180 Nachman, Alan . 95,79,179,172 Nachman, Carole . 26,180 Nardi, Richard . 17,177 Naylor, Donna . 72,174,59 Nechistak, Donna . 177 Nelson, Carolyn . 40,174,55 Nelson, James . 175 Nelson, James H. 180 Nelson, Nancy . ... 22,1 73,58,5 ,63 Nelson, Susan . 179,58,59 Nemeroff, Susarv . 1 75 Nesler, Gayle . 179 Nichols. Constance . 178.172 Nilson, Tom . 1 74 Nilsson, Richard . 173 Nimmo, John . 82,178 Nineberg, Malcolm . 180 Noesen, Ken . 75,180 Norberg, Nancy . 178,58 Norris, Harold . 87,180 O ' Brien, Ruth . 176 Oeschler, James . 177 Oliva, Geraldine . 180 Orchowski, Daniel . 177 Oros, Evelyn . 176 Osney, Karen . 176 Ostrowski, Terry . 1 74 Otto, Sherry . I I I, I 74 Owca. Dennis . 176 Owca, Diane . 180 Owen, Mary . 177 Oye, T. Asa . 180 Parchuta, James . 175 Parry, David . 180 Patis, Bruce . 27,178,54 Paul, Arlene . 179 Pavlove, Diane. 177 Payne, Michael . 83,97,181 Pearl, Elliott . 70,83,180 Penelle, Peter . 176 Penn, Susan . 177 Petersen, Kris . 174 Pfeiffer, Jo Ellen . 179 Phillips, Stanton . 1 73 Pierini, Richard . 180 Pietrini, Amanda . 180 Pinch, Mary Beth . 1 3 1 Plies, Gary . 180 Pollack, Neil . | 8 I Pontecore, Daniel . 181 Ponto, Cynthia . 111,173,57 Poppenhagen, Gilbert . 179 Porter, Pamela . 178 Poster, Steven . 89,179 Posypanko, John . | 8 I Prebish. Charles . 1 79 Prideaux, Robert . 1 79 Primrose. Charles . 175 Puetz, Donald . 1 80 Quan+e, Francis . 176 Quigley. Kenneth . 179,59 Rabin, Gerald .. 177 Radzin, Esterle. 178 Ramsey, John . 179 Ransom, Lyle . 178 Raphael, Francine .. 175.55 Rappaport, Nichael . 180 Rappaport, Samuel . 173 Rapper Susan . 176,172 Ratzel, Robert. 181 Recher, Carol . | 8 I Rechtermann,- Laurel ... 175,172,57 Redinger, Sharon . 1 74 Reid, Robin .. 65,180 Reitzer, Diane . 177 Reizner, Eunice . 175 Rek, Barbara. 173 Repke, Bob. 179 Rhodes, Judy . |78 Ricci, Michael . 174 Riley, Margaret . 1 73 Roberts, Hilary . . 174 Roberts, James .... . 175 Roberts, Ronald .... . 174 Roberts, Sharon . . . . . 45,173 Robins, Barry. . 178 Robinson, Jerome . . . 180 Rosen, Arlene . . 98,177 Rosen, Diane . . 173 Rosen, Phyllis . . 177 Rosenthal, Judi .... . 180 Ross, Lynn . . 177 Ross, Perry . . 179 Ross, Richard .. . 90,173 Rothfeld, Steve . . 90 Rothstein, Lawrence Rotkin, Risha . . 177 Rowe, Edward . . 178 Rubenstein, Arlene . . . 181 Rubin, Jill . . 174 Rubner, Stuart. . 176 Rucins, Aldis . . 39,179 Ruehrdanz, Sandra . 179 Rufer, Ronald . . 88 Rugendorf, Sanford . . . 177 Rumack, Sandra .... . 179 Ruttenberg, Marlene . 179 Sach, Sandra . . 180 Sakover, Ray. . 174 Salberg, Susan . . 180 Sanders, Sally . 180,53,58,59,62 Santowski, Michael . 175 Sarow, Lynette .... . 174 Sasenick, Nikki . . 175 Savitsky, Harvey . . . . 175 Scadron, Holly . . 175,55 Scanlan, Dorothy . . . 178 Schaffner, Ronna . . . . 179 Schectman, Myra . . . . 1 10,173 Scheibe, David. . 173 Schloskey, Sharon . . . . 41,177 Schmidt, Carol . . 176 Schmidt, Jill .... . 174,59 Schmidt, Joseph . 176 Schnaitman, Ralph . . . 173 Schoeller, Carolyn . 177 Schoenberg, Diana . . 179,58,59 Schuhrke, Barbara . 180 Schwartz, Bill . . 178 Schwartz, Bobbette . . 178 Schwartz, Elaine . . . . . 181 Schwartz, Jill . . 10,176,55 Schwartz, Judith ... . 10,176,55 Schwartz, Sherry Ann . 178,55 Segal, Alan . . 179 Seguin, Bill . . 177 Seibel, Stephen .... . 178 Selin, Deborah . . 181 Selk, Charlene .... . 178 Sementik, Kein . . 176 Shabel, John . . 87,176 Shannon, Bonnie . . . . 45,174 Shapiro, Nancy .... . 176 Shapiro, Sheryl .... . 179 Sheehan, Martin . .. . . 181 Shefsky, Roberta . . . . 179,55 Shields, Jane . . 177,60 Shiman, Stewart . . . . . 180 Ship, Marshall . . 176 Shipka, Steve . . 97,80,175 Shore, Jeffrey . . 60 Shulman, Betty . . 178.57 Siegel, Barry . . 181 Siegel, Lynn . . 181 Sienkiewicz, Paula Sigel, Karen . . 179 Silverman, Barbara . 179 Silverman Brenda . 186,57 Silverman, Leslie . . . . . 112,37,59,62 Simon, Earl . . 173 Simons, Diane . . . . 1 10,181,59 Singer, Barbara .... . 176 Singer, Joan . . 178 Singer, Marilyn . . 176 Singer, Peggy . . 178,51 Skepner, Alan . . 175 Skolnik, Mitchell .... . 180 Skutta, Frank .. . 179 Slutsky, Ronald . . . . . 174,59 Smart, Carol . . 176,55 Smith, Barbara . . 176 Smith, Gary . 94,175 Smith, Jacquine . 98,45,176,57 Smith, Judie . 175 Smith. Judy . 177,172 Smith, Karen . 176 Snow, Margaret . 178 Snouffer, Carole . 175 Snower, James . 180 Sostrin, Sherry. 175 Spain, Jennifer . 181 Spector, Alice . 176 Spryazak, Maryann . 178 Stanfield, Bonnie . 179,57 Starkey, Irving.94,173 Starkey, Joseph . 180 Starkman, Barbara . 181 Stauber. Sue . 175 Stavy, Michael . 87,180 Steinberg, Roslyn . 176,55 Steinberg, Sylvan . 180 Steinseifer, Nancy . 178,57 Stender, William . 176 Stephens, Peter . 175,59 Stevens, Diane . 178,59 Stocker, Geraldine . 181 Stockmar, Kathleen .... 72,178,58,59 Stone, Alan . 176 Stone, Stephen . 181 Strahan, Sally . 174 Streu, Janice . 181 Strimpel, Roger . 173 Suelzle, John . 90,175 Summers, Frank . 173 Sunter, William . 179 Sutton, Shelley . 176 Sutton, Virginia .. 175,57 Swade, Sandra . 178 Swanberg, Sharon .. .. 106,178,172 Swinger, James .. 45 .1 77,49,54.60.62 Sylvan, Karen . 179 Taitz, Trudy . 177 Tannenbaum, Allen . 175 Tarantur, Judy . 174 Tefka, Barry . 177 Teichman, Ronna . 179 Teitel, Roberta . 45,179,49 Tennison, Gary . 23,83,175 Theilman, Paul . 79,59 Thery, Ernest . 180 Thiry. Michael . 176 Thomas, Cheryl . 66,181 I iersky, Ronald . 176,60 Tindell, Victoria . 177 Tobey, Gayle . 180,55 Tobey, Sharon . 179 Townsend, Thomas. 174 Traff, Wayne . 173 Tragos, Peter . 173 Trantur, Judith . 173 Tubekis, Candi . 180 1 uchow, Bob . 178 Turry, Gerald . 180 Unterschuetz, Diane . 177 Valfer, Steven . 1 73 Van. Carolyn . 180 VanMersbergen, William .... 94,181 Varney, Justine . 45,177 Vernick, Barry . 175 Vieck, Erwin . 69,181 Vogel, Judith . 174 Vonder Sitt, Marilyn . 178 Wagner, Barry . 180 Wahlstrom, Karen . 181 Wallace, Robert . 178 Walski, Edward . 180.59 Waltzer, Renee . 1 74 Wanaski, Dorothy . 180,55 Wandell, Howard . 181 Warda, Charlotte . 178 Warsaw, Lee . 1 79 Watts. Lynn . 173,57,58 Webb, Vi rginia . 180 Weber, Cheryl . 181,57 Weihs, Frederick . 181 Weinberg, Ralph. 1 75 Weinbrechct, Linda . 181,57 Weintraub. Judy . 1 8 I Weisberg, Burton . 178 Weiss, James . 181,172 Weiss, Robert. 179 INDEX Weiss, Sam . 174 Weiss, Sandra. 181,55 Wekony. Carol . 178 Wendt, Nancy . 65,180 Wentink, Glenn . ... 97,75,178 Werskoff. Susan . 175 Wexler, Michael . 177 Wick, Randall . 176 Wiegman, Gayle . 173 Wilhelmson, Robert . 173,61 Williams, Karen . 178 Williamson, Clayton . 181 Wilson, Cheryl . 175 Wilson, Julie .. 18 1,55 Wise, Robert . 175 Wise, Robin . 177 Witcher, Vic . 68,97,75,42,180 Woitas, Ronald . 179 Wolf, Terry . 75,180 Wolfson, Kenneth . 181 Wolk, Yale . 178 Woods, Ron . 178 Worth, Connie. 176 Worthington, Joanne .. 11,173,58,59 Woywot, Darlene . 100,26,180 Wright, Carol . 176 Wulf, Patricia . 102,175,64 Wykowski, Marilyn . 173,60,61 Wyzgala, Patricia . 176 Yablin, Merle . 180 Yardley, Susan . 173 Yavitz. Barry . 178 Yellen, Gary . 180 Young, Barbara . 180,58,59 Young, William . 175 Youngblood, Joyce . 180 Youngkrantz, Sharon . 178,55 Zaidler. Judi . 177 Zalud, Marianne . 180 Zari, Martha . 178 Zemel, Randy . 173 Zenner, Tina . 174 Zeutschel, Diane . 179 Zimberoff, Jerold .... 94,75,34,180 Zimmerman, Frank . 180 Zimmerman, Marsha .... 179,60,61 Zoellner, Bill . 180 Zolkowski, Carl . 175 Zucker, Charles . 176 Zwigoff, Donald . 176 SOPHOMORE Ackerman, Bruce . 189 Adam, Dean . 182,190 Adams, Tom . 190 Adelman, Gene . 189 Adelman, Sue . 185,55 Affrunti, Andrea . 183 Aggen, Mary Barbara .. 182,190,55 Ahrens, Robert .86,60 Albrecht, George Jr. 190,56 Alder, Diane . 186 Allen, James . 186 Allen Mary Jane . 184 Allen, Steven . 188 Allison, James . 188 Altschuler, Ken . 86,77,185 Amado, Rochelle . 182,183,61 Andelman, Michael . 93,189 Andersen, Charles . 86 Andersen, Karen . 188 Anderson, Antoinette . 185 Anderson, Karen . 185 234 Anderson, Robert . . . 186 Anderson, Robert . . . 92,187 Andreasen, Dorthea . 186 Andrews. Karen . . . . 188 Anger, Karen . . 190 Anthony, Alice . .. . . 187,57,58 Anton, Diane .... . 73,189 Archer, Lyle . 182,83,188,60,61 Armato, Philip . . . . . 183 Arndt, Ronald . . . . . 187 Ascher, Lester . . 189 Ashkinaz, Barry . . . . . 189 Bachman, Curt .... . 61 Bachman, Isabelle . . . 190 Bacino, Carol . . 190,37 Baer, Mike . . 86,183 Bain, Juliette . . 190,62 Bakken, Bonnie . . . . . 55 Ballestra, Lucile . .. . . 185,56 Banks, Victor . . 89,37,185 Banner, Mike . Barber, Robert. .. . 97,79,184,61 Barnett, Ann . Baskin, Trudie . . . . . 186,56 Bauer, Dan . . 95,186 Baumann, Patricia . 186,57,58 Beubien, Lea . . 188,56 Becker, Carol . . 185 Becker, Karon . . 183 Bedoe, Marie . . 188 Beil, Deborah . . 186,56 Bekier, Letitia .... . 184,56 Belgrade, Barbara . . 66,183,55 Bendel, Ross . . 92,77,186 Bender, Eileen . . 184 Bender, Elliott . . . . . 185 Benson, Roberta . . . . .. . 182,186,55,58 Bentley, Philip. . 184 Benzel, Gail . .42,183 Berberick, Sue . . 187 Berger, Chari . . 61 Berger, Gail . . 185 Berger, Jack . . 89,90,188 Berger, Jack . . 188 Berger, Mara . ... 86,66,61,188 Bergren, Richard . . . 77,189 Bergsman, Susan . 187 Berliant, Sharon . . . . 183 Berman, Andrew . . . . 186 Berman, Gerald . . . . 86,192 Berman, Marla . . . . . 187 Berns, Sherri . . 189 Bernstein, Marsha . 188 Best, Carolyn . . 183 Bieber, Sharon . . 189 Biga, Barbara . . 183 Bilton, Leon . . 188 Birger, Michey . . . . . 56,186 Blatt, Morton . . 186 Blitstein, Jo el . . 183 Blitstein, Marlene . 183,189 Bloom, Harry . . 183 Bloom, Richard . . . . . 187,54 Blumenthal, Judy . . . . 186 Bolon, Alan . . 184 Bohat, Cherie . .. . .... 58,103,183 Bolnick, Howard . . . 60 Bolon, Roberta . .. . . 37,184 Bolon, Geri . . 189 Bonesz, Karen . . 186 Bonifert, Diana ... . 183 Bostrom, Daniel . . . . 185 Boyk, Juanita . . 185,61 Bolnick, Howard . . . . 185 Boysen, Barbara . . . . 67,184 Bramson, Martin . . . . 187 Brandel, Lawrence . 186 Brando, Marlen . . . . . 79 Brandt, William . . . . . 187 Braunstein, Ethan . . . 96,63,187 Bridge, Diane . . 187 Brier, William . . 183 Bro, Karen . . 56 Brocato, Earl . . 189 Brodsky, Jackie . . . . . 37,183 Brown, Holly. . 187 Brown, Steven .... . 82,77,187 Brunderman, John . . 83,189 Bryer, Renee . . 182,189 Buelow, Richard . . . . 56,189 Burns, Randall . 188 Burnstein, Marcia . 189,56 Burr, Franklin . 189 Butzow, Virginia . 188 Cahan, Michael . 184 Calella, Mary Anne. 190 Campbell, Carol . 185,56 Capsuto, Marty . 190 Carlson, Gale . 185,184 Carlson, Janet . 190,55,58 Carlson, Roy . 190 Carnow, Barry . 184 Carsky, Terry . 186 Carter, Linda . 99,192 Cashatt, Kathleen . 99,188 Castle, Sharon . 192 Catellier, Ken . 183 Cavanaugh, Michael . 87,90 Cech, Laura . 185 Chagares, Peter . 183 Chagares, Bill . 186 Chait, Eddie . Chaplik, Elynne . 182,183 Chapnick, James . 184 Chez, Barbara . 184 Christensen, Alan . 79,61,186 Christensen, Karen.55,187 Citro, Christine . 186 Clauson, Cheryl . 58,183 dayman, Sue Carol. 186 Clebanoff, Karen. 186 Clyman, Howard . 82,92,79,183 Codell, Julie . 21,184,56 Cogan, Ira . 190 Cohen, Arlynne . 185 Cohen, Kathryn . 187,61 Cohen, Karen . I88.6.J Cohen, Merle . 55,187 Coleman, Robin . 190 Colton, Steve . 182,187 Comm, Vicki . 56 Connelly, Bob . 184 Connelly, Kristine . 186 Cooper, Bunny . 41,188 Cooper, Karen. 188 Cooper, Susan . 183 Corty, James . 185 Cosgrove, Michael . Couzin, Robert . 185,61 Cowan, Ellyn . 187 Cowin, Stuart . 188 Crafton, Marilynn . 189 Crane, Robert . 187 Curry, Craig . 187 Cyrog, Peter . 186,54 Cywinski, Barbara . 188 Czerniak, Jacqueline. 188,57 Dabrow, R. 93 Dahl, Cheryl . 190,56 Dahl. Robin . 56 Dahlin. Janet . 185,56,58 Dammann, Ronald . 190 Damsz, Diane . 183 Davidow, Elliott . 186,189,61 Davidow, Jay . 77 Davidson. Lewis . 189.56 Davidson, Janice . 184 Davis, Branda . 189 Dean, Raymond . 184 Deck, Don . 83,77,185 Delman, Michael . 184,61 Delott, Michael . 89,93,41,187 Dempers, Susan . 183 Dessent, William . Dienstag, Marlene . 184 Diesterheft, Marilee . 67,186 DiGrazia, Philip . 190 Dilg, Dennis.79,187 Dilg, Jayne . 60 Dilg, Mary Ann . 67,184,56 Digilio, Darlene . 183,56 DiModica, Ethel . Dinitz, liana . 188 Dolgin, Merle . 187 Dolnick, Susanne . 184 Dombek, Donna . 187 Dongilli, Barbara . 188 Dorband, Anne . 37,186 Dory, Maria . 183 Doniger, Michael. 185 Dover, Florence . . 56,183 Drella, Steve. . 188 Druck, Norman . . 192 DuBonn, John . . 189 Duda, Frank. . 188 Duffin, Irene . Duhl, Harriet . . 187 Duke, Pam . . 189 Eagan, Lucille . Ederer, Barbara . . 189 Edwards, Michael . . . . 30 Ehrensaft, Daniel . . . . 185,54 Eichhorn, Sue . . 184 Elenewski, Allen .... . 185 Elias, Judi . .. 190,43,42,21 Elias, Raymond . . 184,77 Ellis, Kathie . . 186,72 Emerson, David . . 183 Engstrom, John. . . . 82,60.77,187 Epstein, Mark . . 63,189 Epstein, Barry.1 B6.96.63.183,187 Epstein, Stuart . . 89,188 Epstein, Ronald . Epstein, Robert . . 49 Epstein, Roberta Mae Erickson, Judy . . 186 Ettinger, Mike . . 187 Evans, Mike . . 183,61 Faehse, Bill. . 190 Fagerstrom, Elizabeth . 190,55 Fallice, Joseph . . 189 Feigenbaum, Barry . . , .49,184 Feinberg, Marilyn . ., . 183 Felber, Karen . . 185 Felber, Janice . . 51,56,185 Felcher, Ellen . . 184 Feldman, Sheryl . . 41,188 Felsenthal, Richard . . . 186 Ferguson, John . . 42,185 Ferguson, Earl . . 188 Ferrell, Susan . . 189 Fesselmeyer, Susan . . . 192 Fian, Susie . . 185 Field, Ruth . . 189 Fields, Marshall . . . . . 89 Fields, John . . 56 Filas, Leon . . 183,82 Fine, Stuart . . 186 Fine, Judy . . 188,55 Finder, Barbara . . 37,188 Finger, Alan . .... 92,82,184 Fink, Carol . . ... 182,73.186 Finn, Robert . . 185,51 Finn, Kathleen .... . . 37,51,53,183 Fixel, Carol . . 186 Florence, Rene ' e . . . . . 183 Fohrman, Michael . . . 187 Forkos, Edward . . 61 Formeister, Richard . 186 Forman, Jay. . 187 Fornoff, Dennis. . 188 Foss, Suzanne . . 187,58 Fox, Sarah . . 184,57 Frankenstein, Idalee . . 185,55 Freeman, Susan . . 188,53 French, Warren . . . . . 187,63 Freres, Maureen ... . 23,187,55 Friedlander, Sandra . . 187,51 Friedman, Carol . .. . 62 Friedman, Morrie . . . . 189 Friedman, Steven . . . Frodin, Joy . . 57 Frishman, Penny . . . . . 188 Frohman, Barbara . . . . 188 Furey, Honora . . 183 Furster, Susan . . 185 Gabl, Larry . . 186 Gale, Ronald . . 183 Galen, Arthur . . 190 Galioto, Diane .... Gallowich, Susanne . . 189,55,58 Gardner, Thomas . . . 187 Gats, Gary . . 185 Gelman, Harriet . . . . . 190 Gendell, Donna . . . . . 184 Gersh, Harvey. . 188 Gershberg, Vicki . . , . 186 Gerstein, Sheila. . 188 Gibson, Randall . . . . . 189 Gillman, Larry. .... 183 INDEX Giovannelli, Charles .. 82,77,185 Glantz, Linda . Glassberg Arnold . . 77,189 Glenzer, Rhoda . . 189 Glutzer, Norman . . 188 Gold, Ed . . 186 Gold, Kathy . . 56,189 Gold, Sheila . . 186 Golden, Bob . . 184 Goldberg, Edith . . 188 Goldstein, Steven . . 51 Goldstein, Judith . . 37,186 Goldberg, Charles .... . 183 Goldenbogen, Margaret . 188 Goode, Bob . . 183,56 Goodman, Michael . . . . 187,56 Gordon, Kenneth . . 83,184 Gordon, Gail . . 183 Gore, Ron . . 185 Gore, Beverly . .. 184,51,56 Gorenstein, David . Gottfried, Susan . . 186 Graff, Gary . . 187,50 Graham, William. . 187 Green, Marilyn. .... 182,184 Greenberg, Phillip . . 186 Greenberg, Robert. .86,188 Greenberg, Ron . . 183,63 Greene, Rosalind . . 188 Graczyk, Barbara. . 190 Grecu, Sue . . 185 Griffin, Alice . .. 187,55,58 Gross, Sally . . 187 Grossman, Robert .... . 187 Grossman, Roberta . . . . . 189 Grossman, Wendy . . 187 Gutbrod, Carol . . 188,56 Guttler, Diane . . 184 Gutschick, Bill . . . 89,189,60 Haas, Donald Frank . . . . 189 Haller, Kathleen . . 190 Haller, Rich . . 184 Hanlon, John . . 186 Hanson, Wayne . . 190 Harfst, Kim . . . 86,92,186 Harrer, Matt . Harrigan, Tim . . 189 Harris, James . . 41 Harris, Marlene . . 190 Harris, Meryl . . 185 Harrison, Donna . .... 185,62 Hartenfeld, Jeff . 186 Hassan, Elmaza . . 188 Hassan, Lila . . 184 Harwood, Helene . . 184 Heffron, Robert . . 41,184 Heftman, Ronald . . . 186 Heine, Dora . . 188 Heinz, Leo . Heller, Ian . . . 83,37,183 Heller, Sheree .... . 189 Heilman, Marsha .... . 192 Heilman, Richard . . 187 Henner, Hilary . . 187 Henriksen, Raymond . . . 82,187 Herkert, Dennis . . 82,77,185 Herrman, Merrily . . . 189 Herter, George .... . 188,60 Hettema, Karen . . 187 Hirsh, Alan . . 187 Hirsch, Danna . . 189 Hirsch, Gary. . 187 Hochfelder, Harry . ... 186,83 Hoffenberg, Earl . . . 92,77,183 Hoffman, Barbara . . ... 41,189 Hoffman, Jeri Hoffman, Robert .... Hoffman, Ronald .... . 50,61 Hoffner, Christine . . . 190,189 Hohmann, Bill .... Holden, Josie . Holzman, Sherry .... . 189 Holzwarth, Joe .... Hoover, Sally . . 56,184 Hopps, Kenneth .... Hork, William . . 188 Horwitz, Ellen . Horwitz, Steve . , . 61,77 Hunter, Carlene .... . 56,187 Hussey, David . .61,184 Imber, Janice . . 187 Ingersoll, Susan . .. 100,189,50 Ingstrup, Walter ... . . 190,61 Irgang, Andrea .... . 183 Isaac, John . . 190,56 Isaacson, Jim . . 188 Jachimowski, Reginald Jacobs, Nanette . . 186 Jacobson, Carol . . 184 Jacobson, Eileen . . 184 Jaeger, Leslie . . 190 Janik, Susan . . 184 Janis, Marilyn . . 184 Jantsch, Craig . ... 89,56,185 Jobst, Jack . . 92 Joffe, Mitchell . . . . 87,92,188 Johnson, Candy . . . . 182,188 Johnson, Connie . . 57,58,187,56 Johnson, Lynne . . . 55,185,187 Johnson, Marilyn .... . 186 Johnson, Marsha .... . 188,61 Johnson, Nancy . . 183 Johnson, Phyllis . . 187 Johnson, Ralph . 56,192 Johnson, Sheldon . . . . . 185 Johnson, William .... . 184,186 Jordan, Lawrence . 183 Just, Ron . . 89,184 Jvarsky, Gerald. . 185,189 Kagan, Mike . . 190 Kahn, Jerry . . 82,83,77,186 Kalver, Barbara . 184 Kamin, Susan Pauline . . . 190,37 Kamensky, Jerry . . 185 Kann, Ira . .... 187 Kanne, Bruce . . 82,184 Kaplan, Allen . . 192 Kaplan, Maxine . . . . 184 Kaplan, Stephen . . 190 Kaplan, Zona . . 189 Kardoff, Joan . . 185 Kariolich, Gail .... . 56,184 Karlesky, Jean . . 56,185 Karol, Rochelle . . 188 Karsten, Susan . . . . 186 Kasper, Carole . . 192 Kaste, Howard . 185 Kaste, Bradford . . 185 Katsoolias, John . Katsoulis, Larry . . . 186 Kaufman, Donna . . . Kaufman, Robin 182,43,62,186 Kavooras, John . . . . 83,188 Kay, Marvin .... . 92,187 Kay, Sandra . . . . 187,57 Kay, Walter .... . 187 Kaye, Richard .... . 96,184 Kaywood, Jeff . . . 187 Kazelak, Richard . 184 Kazmierczak, Sheila . 184 Keller, Dianne . Kellman, Cyvia . 186,55 Kellner, Norman . Kemnitz, Jack . . . . 188 Kennedy, Joseph . Kent, Kathleen . Kerman, Barry .... . 192 Kessel, William Kesselman, Irwin . . . Kessler, Karen. . 183,57 Kettering, Gloria . . 185,55 Kimball, Sue . . 72,187,57,58 Kinsch, Karen . .. Kirchler, Melvin . 183 Kirschner, Ronald . . . 189 Kitchen, Allan. . 188,56 Kite, Dennis . 182,188 Klapman, Gail . 188 Klein, Diane . 185 Klein, Inez . 187 Klein, Geraid . 185 Klein, Kenny . 183 Klinn, Melanie . 187 Klott, Rosalyn . 188 Kohler, Rosemary . 188 Kontelas, Barbara . 190,56 Kozlov, Gail . 183 Kraatz, Sue Mary . 183 Kraemer, Lynn . 99,187 Kravitz, Robert. 189 Krischke, Nancy . 189 Kritzler, Betty. 189 Kroger, John . |84 Kroichick, Joan .41,66,187 Krone, Ken . 61,185 Kroon, Tina . 11,53,188 Kropf, Robert . |85 Krumsieg. Cynthia . 55,186 Kruse, Diane . 56,183 Kryski, Nina . 184 Kumlin, Carol . 55,58,186 Kurc, Victor . Krushner, Sherrie . 183 Kutok, Barry . 1 37 Kutok, Byron . |g 7 Kutza, Gerald . Ladehoff, Barry . 190 Laff, Barbara . |gg Landauer, Judith . 56,185 Lane, Marc . 134 Langer, Marcia . |85 Lantz, Jackie . 139 Larson, Glenn . 134 Larson, Louise . 1 34 Larson, Maureen . 188,55 Larson, Sharon . 188,57,58 Laskov, Barry . 135 Laskov, Phyllis . 192 Lassen, Holly . 137 Lauer, Monica . 134 Lauter, Dennis. 1 85 Lazar, Allen . | g 3 Lazar, Michele . 73,185,56,58 Lazar, Steven . Lee, Tim . 77,185 Lerner, David . 77,186 Learner, Marlene . 185,62 Learner, Sharlene . 37,187,57 Leibowitz, Paula . |86 Leigh, Robin . 134 Leopold, Lynne . |87 Lev, Andrea . . 186,56 Levatino, Judy . 133 Levee, David . 188,56 Lise, Robert . 77 Levin, Audrey . 188 Levin, Gayle . 187 Levin, Charles . 133 Levin, Marsha . 188,56 Levin, Nona . 139 Levinson, Elaine . 187 Lewis, Gary Spencer . 84,77,187 Lewisberg, Sharon . 187 Libby, Eileen . 187 Lichterman, Maynard. 189 Lidberg, Dennis . 189 Link, Bill . |88 Locher, Judy . 56,58,186 Loeding, Ruth . 187 LoGiurato, Carole . 187 Lopin, Melinda . Lorenz, Gary . 1 34 ' ° rr . Bill . 86,94,186 ouis, Carol . 187 Link, Joanne. 103 Lis, Bob . 86,92,188,77 Lisnek, Sandra . 56,184 Liss, Joe . 61,186 Lund, Tom . 187 Lurie, Adrianne . 188 Lutren, Roberta . 187 McCall, Gary . 185 McCarthy, Karen . 190,66,100 McCarty, David.. 190.63 Melin, Arthur . 185 McMahon, Mardell. 189 McMurray, Jane . 37,186 MacCallum, Michael . 190 Magged, Alexis . 184 Mairson, LaDonna . 66,63,185 Mailer, Judith . 184 Mamone, Anthony . 188 Mandel, Harvey . 82,183 Mandel, Lisa . 190 Mandel, Sue . 56,58,185 Mandell, Michele . 37 Mann, Joan . 185 Manpearl, Barry . 190 Mantalos, Stella . 182,186 Margulies, Joan . 186 Marines, Dean . 186 Mariacher, Richard . 186 Marker, Jeff . 188,50 Markin, Jill . 186 Marks, Diane . 182,183 Marling, Helen. 188 Maro, Joseph . 189 Marrinson, Daniel . 184 Martin, Robert . 86,92,77,192 Mason, Gail . 184 Massing, Judith . 189 Masters, Linda . 187 Maston, Joyce. 189 Matter, Dorothy . 99.57,58.183 Maurer, Ted . 56,188 Mayer, Arleen. 186,56 Medoff, Helen . 183 Mehlman, Judy . 184 Mehrholz, Linda . 56 Mendell. Gail . 183 Metzger, Annette . 187 Meyer, John . 60 Mevers, Paula . 184 Miller, Bruce .. 186 Miller, Glee . 185 Miller, Ira . 188 Miller, Jackie . 37,188 Miller, Lawrence.89,183 Miller, Marty. 187 Miller, Richard . 189 Millis, Richard . 61,87 Milton, Marla . 187 Minx, John . 1 90 Mise, Jack . 188 Mittenthal, Richard . 186 Mogill, Susan . 182 Monson, Phillip . |84 Moravcik, Jacqueline . 185 Morishita, Arlene . 183 Morgan, Sherle . 186 Moss, Gail . |88 Moss, Phil . 56,186 Mudgett, MaryAnn . 183 Mudloff, Duncan . 187 Mueller, Charlene . 57,182,187 Multack, Leslie . 183 Murphy, James . 187 Muskat, Anthony . 1 34 Muslin, Harvey . 82,185 Nelson, David.93,190 Nelson, Nancy . 184 Neville, Patrick . 190 Nevins, Garry . 1 92 Nielsen, Jane . 190 Niewiadomski, Delphine .... 55,186 Nissenson, Heather . 37,62,190 Nixon, Susan . 21,37,55,58,185 Noesen, Larry.77,188 235 Noesen, Thomas . . . . 56 Nord, Karen-Lee . 185 Nott, Richard . . 61 Novell. P. .92 Novit, Jack . . 187 Novitt, Ei een . . 57,190 Novotny, Claudia . . . 189 Nude man, Michael . 186 O enick. Michael . . . 190 Olive. Nili . . 51.56,186 Oliver, William . . . 60,77,189 Olsher, Bonnie . . 189 Olson, Janet .. . 37,57,58.72,192 Olson. Sally . . 57,99,185 O ' Neill, Jim . . 190 Opensky Richard . . . 185 OrloH, Richard .... . 61,188 Orlove. Ariene .... . 62,188 Orser, Paul .. . 83,188 Orzeske, Deborah . . . 186 Oslund, Ruth . . 183 Page, Louis . . 185 Pahnke, Dianne . . 190 Painter, Dennis . . . . . 192 Painter, Rayanne . . . . 189 Palmer, Gail . . 56,183 Panchesin, Melodye . . 184 Papandrea, John . . . . 77,92,184 Paquet, Ralph . . 186 Pass, Barry . . 190 Passman Barbara . . . . 190 Pastorelli Robert . . . . 192 Patek. Roger . . 185 Patek, Rosemary . . . . . 185 Patterson, Kay . . 182.183 Paul. David . . 183 Pa.. , Maureen . . 186 Paus, Barbara . . 30,190 Payne. Helen . . 183 Payne. Lynda . . 188 Peacock, Sandra . . . 189 Pearson. Kenneth . 185 Pearson, Ronald . . . . Penner Alana .... . 56,188 Perlow, Sheldon . . . . 37,82.189 Permer, John . .‘ . 188 Perri, Thomas . . 56,77.92,189 Pershin, Paul . . 187 Persky, Marie . . 186 Peskind Maureen . . . 183 Petersen, Kenneth . . . 186 Peterson, Russell . . . . 184 Peterson, William . . . . 192 Phelan, Carolyn . . . . . 185 Phillips, Niel . . 188 Pildes, Ellen . . 187 Pinch. Dan . . 186 Pitzer, Joe ... . 77,186 Piwko. Ralph . . 37,187 Phiskin, Pamela ... . 37,187 Plotkin, Shelly . . 61.184 Plotnick, Alyse . . 185 Poklop, Sue . . 186 Polakoff. David . . . 185 Pollack, Merle . . 183 Porter, Bruce . . 182,185 Posedel, Gerald . . . . 189 Potempa, Vickie . . . . 183 Potenza, Nicholas . . Potnick, Janice . . . . . 189 Potrue, Ken . . 188 Povlo, Susie. . 187 Powers, Valerie ... . 188 Pozner, Naureen . . . . . 189 Pressman, Lloyd . . . . 187 Primack, Marvin . 82,187 Proffitt. John . . 183 Pross, Ray . . 187 Puccinelli, John . 56.189 Purceil. Michael . . . . . 79,187 Raab, Donald . . .. 79,94.97,190 Rabin, Benjamin . . . . . 188 Rabin, Lynette . . 185 Racusin, Mike ... . 190 Radzin, Darlene . . . . . 183 Ralsky, Alan . . 189 Randel, Richard . . . . .92,184 Rath, Carl . . 190 Ratner, Ronald .... . 92,184 Ream, Marcia . . 185 INDEX Reed, James . . 79,186 Reese. John . . 185 Reinhard, Karen . . 66,186 Reynolds, Richard . . . .. 77,93,184 Richardson, William . . . . . 77,82,188 Richter, Roberta . . 192 Richter, Stuart . . 92,188 Rick, James . Riley. Patricia . . 185 Rimmler, Les . . 186 Ritchey. Suzanne .... 57,58,182,187 Roach, Martin. .83,183 Roberts. Linda . . 189 Robins, Bobbe. .57,188 Robson, Dean . . 57,186 Rocca, Gene . . 182,183 Roman, Janis . ... 37,42,62 Roseman, Mei . . 188 Rosen, Fred . . 190 Rosen, Larry . . 89,187 Rosengard, Judith . . . . . 186 Rosenzweig, Jim . . 60,187 Rossi, Dennis . ... 77,92,188 Rotberg, Susan . . 57 Roth, Alayna . . 185 Rotstein, Arthur . . 82 Ruben. Marvin . . 192 Rubenstein, Emmy . . . . 183 Rubin, David . . 184 Ruderman, Wayne . . . . . 89,187 Rudolph, Bennett .... . 189 Rust. Dale . ... 61.77,188 Ruthberg, Barbara . 190 Ruyle, Robert . . 61,186 Sabin. Barbara . . 190 Sachnoff, Dale. . 190 Sager, Sharon . .93,185 Saken, Mike . . 93,190 Samson, Fredric . . 190 Sandstedt, David. Sapoznik, Ellen . . 182,185 Sarnat, Marjorie . . 184 Sax, Gary . ... 63,96,189 Schack. Ann . . 37 Scheufler, Alan . . 56,185 Schillo, Robert. . 184 Schinberg, Cheryl . . . . . 56,190 Schlichting, Harold . . . . 185 Schmid, Linda . . 57,185 Schmidt, Darlene ... . 37,184 Schmidt, John . . 185 Schmidt, Robert . . 92,190 Schmidt, Roseann . . . . . 188 Schmidt, Thomas . . . . . 192 Schmitzer, Dale . . 192 Schneider. Gail . . 190 Schneider, Marilyn . . . . 185 Schoenberg Linda . . . . 58 Scholnick, Sue . . 186 Schuq, Elizabeth . . 183 Schulman, Sheri . . 187 Schulte. Margaret . . . . . 189 Schulz. John . . 56,192 Schwartz, Karen . . 185 Schwartz, Marlene . . . . . 188 Schwartz, Steven . . 184 Schweig, Gary . . 185 Schweit, Susan . . 184 Schwimmer, Sanford . . . 182 Scott, George . . 189 Sears, Steven . . 183 Seibei. Bill . . 184 Seiden, Gary . . 189 Seidman, Roberta . . 56,188 Seligman, Diane . . 57,189 Selz. Harold . . 186 Selzer, Patricia ... . 185 Semmerling Wayne . 183 Senn. David . . 61 Serenyi, Peter . . 183 Shanin, Jeff. . 185 Shapiro, Larry . .. . . 77,92,186 Shaughnessy, Christoph er . 185 Shavin, Jay . . . 187 Shepard, Lauren . . 187 Sher, Steve. . 92,184 Sherman, Lillian . . 188 Sherman, Martha .... . 57,183 Sherman, Ronald . . 185 Sheufler, A. Shikoff, Maxine . Shuster. Bruce ..... Sideman, Daniel . . . Siegal, Judie . Siegel, Jeff . Sielski, Betty . Silber, Elliot. Silver, Marlyn . Silverstein, Brue Silverstein, Robert . . Silzer, Nancy . Singer, Howard Singer, Leonard Sinkus, Maria . Sitman, James .... Skrzymowski, Sandra Slotsky, Karen . Slutzky, Harvey Smaller, Michael . . . Smevold, Richard . . Smith, Dan . Smith, James . Smith, Jeffrey Snyder, Joy . Sohr, Dorene . Sonne, Sandrae . . . . Sorokin, Robert . . . Sosnowski, Phil .... Sotello, Edward Spies, Gary . Spilberg, Steven Stahl, Aaron . Starr, Joyce . Steadman, Gary . . . Steffeck, Robert Stein, Jack . Stein, Marlene . Stein, Richard . Stein. Robert . Stein, Sherry . Stellar, Carlynn .... Stern. Alan . Stevens, Judy . Stier, Kurt . Stocker, Doreen . . Strand, Robert . Strom, Maurice .... Stryker, Ronald . . . . Sullivan, Carol . . . . Sullivan, Jack . Sulser, Glenn . Swanson, Alice . Swerinsky, Linda . . . Swider, Justine . Szust, Eduardo .... Szwajger, Yolanda . . label, Cla ire . fash, Ronald . Tartak, Lyle . Tax, Donna . Taylor Dianne . Taylor, Lauren . ten Eicken, Helen . . Tenner, Janis ...... Terp, Janet . Theis, Marie . Tieger, Jeffrey . Timmer, William . . . Tinker, Charlotte Todd, Robert. Toelke, William . . . . Torosic, Terry . Tovell, James . Traiforos, Elaine ... I reger, Stewart . . . . I render. Loretta ... Trilling, Rosanne . . i rotcky, Sheila Trowbridge, Susan . . Tselekis, Peter . Tucker, Nancy . Turner, Donna ... Turovitz, Lester ... Turpack, Stephen . . , Tutt, Ron . Uditsky, Francine . . . Underwood, Jennifer Valos, Tom . . 92 . 187 . 56,188 . 185 . 37 .... 63,183,187 . 61,189 . 184 . 64,188 . 192 . 182 . 188 . 186 . 185 . 186 . 83,190 . 183 . 183 . 89,184 . 189 . 190 . 93,190 . 190 . 189 . 184 . 185 . 188 . 190 . 184 ....... 83,188 . 190 .79,188 . 86 . 187 . 183 . 82,187 . 189 . 184 . 54,62,77 . 189 . 56 . 183 .... 77,184,188 . 62,187 . 183 . 183,189 . 184 . 186 . 89,183 . 61 . 183 . 187 . 185 . 186 . 183,192 . 190 . 61,188 . 190 . 37,183 . 183 . 190 58.61,99,182,190 . 56,58,189 ■■V. 185 . 185 . 99,184 . 186 . 185 . . 61,182,184 . 37,184 .61,77,188 56,79,86,92,192 . 185 . 92,185 . 57,188 . 188 . 56,58,190 . 182,185 . 192 37,42,58,99,189 . 183 . 186 . 57,185 . 188 . 189 . 183 . 56,58,185 55,62,182,185, 189 . 186 Varney, Penelope . 190 Varon, Bruce . 190 Vaughn, Joe . 189 Vavrinek, Starr . Verbin, Harriet . 41,57,58,190 Vetzner, Charles . 182,184 Vidock, Darlene . 184 Vincent, Barbara.55,188 Vincent, Lance . 185 Vodian, Coralie . 1-89 Vollmer, Robert . 83,187 Volp, John . 185 Vraney, Susan . 99,182,192 Wagner, Catherine . 100,184 Wagner, Craig . 190 Wagner, Gerald . 185,190 Wagner, Robin . 37,63,73,189 Wainberg, Susan . 185 Wallace, Judy. 184 Walter, John . 188 Wasserman, Diane . 190 Weber, Helen . 186 Wehrmacher, Bill. 190 Weibel, Harold . 185 Weihs, Gerald . 185 Weilberg, Louise. 190 Weinberg, Sherman . 192 Weinlein, Michael . 61,83,185 Weinman, Frances.21,43,190 Weinstein, Alice . 56 Weinstein, B. 82 Weinstein, Donalee . 37,43,185 Weinstein, Robert . 192 Weisbrodt, Joseph.96,188 Weise, Tom.31,190 Weiss, Gajl . 192 Weiss, Nadine . 184 Weiss, Lynn . 61.188 Wells, Joan . 55,190 Wells, Kathy . 192 Wermund. Joy . 56,189 Wernick, Sam . 186 Wheeler, Joanne . 58,61,99,189 White, Pamela . 185 Whitton, Joyce . 184 Wicker, James . 185 Widerquist, Robert . 89,184 Wilinkin, Dawn . 189 Williams, Clair. 188 Wilson, Joe . 185 Wilson, Thomas . 190 Wine, Robin . 183 Winter. Alan . 41,187 Wise, Margo . 185 Witzel, Allan . 53,189 Wojakowski, John . 61,184 Wold, Richard . 184 Wolf, Maureen . 37.41 188 Wolff. .Michael . 190 Wolfinsohn, Lawrence .... 89,96.187 Wollack, Richard . 89 Wortman, Machael. 184 Wright, Sean . 189 Wulff, Fred . 37,188 Yactor, Tom. 183 Yoshioka. Dwight. 185 Young, Charles . 188 Young, Linda . 190 Young, Richard . 192 Young, Richard . 192 Zaphirio, Peter . 23.56 Zaqer, William . 61,83.187 Zak, Francine . 190 236 Zarov, Herbert . 89,188 Zastrow, Edward . 79,86,93,186 Zavilla, Walter . 183 Zemel, Paul . 184 Zend, Lorraine . 190 Ziemianin, Greg . 186 Zimlca. Terry . 190 Zimmerman, Joel . 185 Zolott, Bruce . 183 Zukerman, Evelyn . 182,189 FRESHMEN Abbott, Barbara A. 198,37 Abbott, Barbara L. 202,72 Abelski, Sidney . Adair, Jay . 196 Ahrens, Barbara . 201,56 Aiello, Tomilyn . 202 Akerly, Linda . 201 Alex, David .201,68 Alhalel, Garry . 202 Allaun, Stephen . 201 Allentuck, Alyse . 198 Allison, Toni . 197,57 Alonas, Paul . 195 Alop, Alan . 78,193 Alper, Sandford . 200 Alport, Carolyn . 198 Alund, S. Anapol, Fred . 78,37,195 Andelman, Susan . 194 Anderson, Betty . 195,55 Anderson, Bryan . 89,79,195,56 Anderson, James. Anderson, James . 202 Anderson, Jean . 196 Anderson, Judith.202 Anderson, Kathleen .200 Anderson, Linda . 195 Anderson, Marc . Anderson, Margaret . 196 Anderson, Roger . 200,78 Anderson, Tonnie . 196 Andrews, Susan . 193 Anger, Maureen . 202 Applebaum, Sam . 199,78 Arbit, Wendy . 194 Archer, James . 199,92,61 Archer, Lisbeth . 78,197 Armstrong, John . 198 Aronica, Philip . 199 Aronin, Marc . 201 Arpan, Beverlee . 198 Arpan, John . 193 Azelickis, George . 196 Bader, Robert . 195 Bair, Susan . 198 Banion. Ronnie .. 82,56 Bannister, Bonnie .202 Bantz, David . 196 Baren, Gayle . 57 Baren, Jerome . 198 Bariie, Cheryl . 196 Baron, Gail . 201 Barr, Victoria . }95 Barrick, Roger . 194 Barron, Joyce . 196 Barron, Melanie . 198 Bartuska, Mary. 199 Baruck, John . 83,202 Basrak, Roger . 201,78 Bass, Charles . 194 I N D Bateman, Patricia . 200 Bates, William . 202 Baum, Dianne . 193 Baum, Phillip . 194 Baum, Richard . 193 Baumann, San dra . 197 Baumhardt, Dennis . 201 Beck, Barbara . 199,55 Beck, Charlene . 193 Beck, Harvey . 195 Becker, Patricia . 193 Becker, Phil .. 82,95,197 Beilin, Marilyn . 192,196 Beletz, Florence . 200 Belicove, Henry . 193 Bell, John . 201,89,93 Benjamin, Linda . 195,55 Bennett, Leonard. 199 Berg, William . 193 Berger, Barbara . 197 Berger, Barry . 195 Berger, Marcia . 192,196 Berger, Michael . 196 Berk, Marcia . 195 Berkover, Rosalynne . 193 Berkowitz, Cary . 200 Berkson, Leslee . 194 Berlin, Barbara . 195 Berlin, Bonnie . 56,201 Berlin, Phyllis . 200 Berndt, Margo . 196 Bernstein, Jerry. 200 Bernstein, Steven . 78,37,202 Bernstein, Susan . 66,194 Betts, Margaret . Billian, Cathey . 199 Bilson, Richard . 79,89 Binkoff, Bonnie. 199 Bird, Pat . 192.55.199 Birndorf, Louise. 197 Blacker, Lawrence . 193 Blaisdell, Charles . 200 Blank, Marilyn . 192,198 Blender, Fred . 194 Blessing, Linda . 193 Block, Richard . 199,83 Bloom, Barbara . 194 Bloom, Linda . 194 Blustein, Marvin .201,83 Bobera, Cathy . 54,56,197 Bohm, Michael . 199 Bookwalter, Jack . 195 Boosales, Eileen . 193 Borack, Alvin . 196,89 fiorchers, Nancy . 196 Borden, Leonard . 197,95 Borrelli, S. 55 Bottum, Donna . 198 Boukas, Barbara .. 199 Boyer, David . 200,95 Bozin, Sofia . 194 Brady, Pat . 57,201 Brahos, MaryAnn.200 Bramson, Marcia . 196 Bramwell, Terry . 78,194 Brandt, Jacqueline . 193 Brantley, George . 79,193 Brasiawsky, Gary . 194 Breekha, RoseMarie . 198 Bridier, Yvonne . 193 Brill, Charles . 199 Brin, Jary . 57,202 Brin, Linda . 195 Broccolino, Evelyn . 198 Brody, Kent. 193 Brown, Bruce . 68,201 Brown, Mark . 78,198 Brown, Penny . 24,196 Bruk-sch, Edward . 78,61,92 Brunswick, Diane. 195,55 Bryant, Terry .. 195 Bublick, Marilyn . 195 Bulster, Robert . 19 5 Burgess, Judith . 194 Burkhardt, Larry . 61 Burkhart, Nancy . 57 Burns, Eugene . 197 Burns, Samuel . 78,200,82,95 Burnstein, Bill . 201 Cabin, Sherry . 198 E X Calucci, Rosemary . 55 Camacho, Terrence . 89 Caracciolo, George. 79,197 Cardis, Carol . Carlington, Corrie . 202 Carlson, Nancy. 192,194 Carlson, Wendell . 200 Carnal, Mary . 201 Carniol, Glenn. 196 Carozza, Phyllis . 200 Cassman, Ronald . 37,195,87,95 Chaitkin, Mark . 202 Chang, Charles . 197,82 Chapman, Carol. 196.61 Chapman, William . 202 Chaskin, Roberta. 193 Cheetham. Shirley . 200 Chepulis, Cheryle . 55,201 Chez, Linda . 196 Chiet, Michael . 199 Chikaraishi, Dona . 37,199 Childs, Sharon . 57,200 Choate, Thomas . 199 Chrisos, Patrick . 198,95 Chvalovsky, Jon . 195 Cieszykowski, Kenneth . 197,92 Cinman, Paulette . 56,201 Clark, June . |96 Clarke, Douglas . 199 Clark, Howard . 78,95 Causer, Donald . 194,56.89 Cline, Edwin . 78,196 Cockrell, Cynthia . 195 Cohan, Roberta . 193 Cohen, Beryl . 201 Cohen, Brian . 199 Cohen, Larry . 193 Cohen, Sandra . 199 Colbert, Steven . 78,198 Cole, Marilyn . 201 Collins, Patricia . 197 Colucci, Rosemary . 193 Comer, Roberta . Conaway, James . 78,200,92 Conley, Karen . 195,56 Conti, Michael . 202 Cook, Cathy . 196,56 Cooperman. Leon . 195,83 Corcoran, John . 199 Corey, Susan . 197 Corn, Donna . 57,64,198 Cornelius, William . 68,193, 92 Costantino, Roseann . 197 Cowan, Beverly . 199 Cox, Judith . 201 Ciafton, Alan . 200 Crafton, Roberta . 202 Creviston, Marcia . 193,56 Crohn, Joel . 199 Cullberg, Beverly . 56,202 Cutrone, Jim . 78,196,56,82 Dadigan Thomas . 196,87,92 Dahl, Donna . 58 Daiberl, Richard . 200 Dali, Karen . 195 Danzinger, David. 199 David, Bruce . 197 Davidove, Sandra . 195 Davidson, Donald . 202 Davidson, Marilynn . 201 Davies, Robert . .. . ' . 201 Davis, Diane.202 Davis, Diane . f98 Davis, Trudi . 193,57 Dawson, Jack . 201 Decker, Renate . 198 de Correvont, Susan . 193 Dell, Darlene . 198 Delman, Joel . 68,50,202 De Love, Judith.51,201 Demeduc, Candy. 192,199 Denis, Martin . 199 Denley, Lynn . 193,55 Derex, David . 202 Derman, Barry . 202 Dettloff, Diane . 195,55 Deutchman, Daryl . 200 Dewar, Matthew . 193 Diamond, Eileen . 197,57 Dicks, Dennis . 199 Diel, Shirlee . 201 Ditkowsky, Jim . 198 Ditkowsky, Judith . 202 Ditkowsky, Lois . 195 Dolins, Jerome . 78,194 Domoracki, Susan . 200 Doniger, Dale . 196 Dorfman, Judith . 200 Dory, Steven . 194 Dougher, John . 195 Dougherty, Keith . 195,82 Doyle, Nancy . 57,58,199 Dragovich, Danka . 200 Dreffein, Karen . 197,55 Dreiser, Carole . 194 Dressel, William . 195 Drew, Kathleen . 195,55 Dribin, Sheila . 57,62,201 Drucker, Patricia . 194 Duda, Lynn . 198 Duren, Janet . 198 DuChane, Robert . 196 Egan, Laura . 56,199 Egiel, Brenda . 192 Ehrensaft, Diane . 194 Eichhorn, James . 199 Eimstad, Judith . 202 Eisen, Phyllis . 196,57 Eisenberg, Sandra . 200 Elden, Barry . 78,197,56,82 Elias, Sheldon .. 195 Elkin, Alan . 201 Elliott, Alexander .... 78,196,87.92 Ellison, Bradley . 198 Elster, Eileen . 37,197 Endicott, Linda . 202 Enenstein, Sherrry . 196,56 Engdahl, Karen . 198 Engerman, Marsha . 195,56 Epstein, Leni . 194 Erickson. Ronald . 198 Erlich, Howard . 201 Esposito, Paschal ..201 Esterl, Nancy . 196 Ettinger, Esther . 199 Eulberg, Patricia . 198 Evens, Karen . 202,192 Evensen, Warren . 196,83 Falkoff, Ellen . 201 Feero, Scott . 195 Feil, Janice . 55,199 Fein, Renee . 196,56 Feinberg, Lynda . 196 Feingold, Bonita . 197 Feldman, Arlene . 200 Feldman, Theodore. 195 Ferber, Janis . 200 Ferdman, Louise . 37,195 Fernandez-Rojo, Ronald . . 202,89.93 Fields, Ronnie . 37,2 Filerman, Herbert . 197 Fimoff, Barbara . 194 Fimoff, Robert . Fingeret, Lee . 199 Finkl, Marilyn . f94 Fisher, Barbara . . ' . 55,198 Fisher, Marcia . 193 Fisher, Mel . 195 Fisher, Steven . 202 Fishman, Fred . 197 Fishman, Pam . 199 237 INDEX Fleishman, Barbara . 197 Flowers, Christine . 192,64,200 Fogel, Barbara . 192,202 Ford, Judy . 198 Forgan, Pam . 201 Forman, Dennis . 196 Forsberg, Theodore .... 192,194,82 Frandzel, Karen . 61,202 Franklin, Richard . 201,95 Franklin, Susan . 197 Franknecht, Glenn . 196 Freed, Andrea . 201 Freedberg, Lynne . 193 Freedman, Gail . 199 Freel, Lloyd . 197 Freeling, Mary. 198 Freeman, Barbara . 192,202 Fretzin, Leonard . 50,61,200 Friedman, Gary .... 79,61,198,87,92 Friedman, Joel . 202 Fritz, Cheryl . 199 Fugendorf, Sherrie . 192 Fujiye, Leslie . 201 Fuka, Karen . 199 Fulkowski, Kay . 194,57 Futransky, James . 192,198,95 Gaan, Gary . 195 Gabriel, Amelia . 194,55,58 Galesburg, Stuart . 198 Gallen, Elisabeth . 194,56 Gallis, Paul . 198,95 Galowich, Werner. 194,92 Ganz, Harold . 197 Garfield, Frances . 202 Garland, Leslie . 201 Garlich, Michael . 194 Garro, Cynthia . 199 Garro, Judith . 56,198 Gaule, Alan . .. 197,92 Gavlin, Lawrence . 199 Geist, Fred . 78,199,83,87 Gerber, Steve . 198 Gerstein, liana . 197 Gevirtz, Robert . 202, 2 Gibrick, Dennis . 78,56 Gilardi, Philip . Gilbert, Bill . 200 Gitlis, Alan . 200 Gitlis, Robert. 195,89 Glass, Bonnie . 56,200 Glass, Myrna . 197 Glass, Robert . 193 G nn, Marilyn. 194 Gliem, Judith . 197 Goch, Diane . 193 Goebelt, Linda . 199 Goland, Renee . 196 Goldberg, Gay . 198 Goldberg, George . 79,95 Goldberg, Pamela . 200 Goldberg, Sandra . 201 Goldenberg, Joseph . 201 Goldenberg, Larry . 197 Goldfarb, Stanley . 193,89 Goldfeder, Janico. 193,51 Goldman, Gary . 78,194 Goldman, Kenneth . 199 Goldsmith, Ronald . 201 Goldner, Sheldon . 198 Goldstein, Allan . 201 Goldstein, Charles . 202 Goldstein, Donna . 53,201 Goldstein, Harriette . 56,198 Goldstein, Sandra . 199 Golob, Myra . 198 Goodfriend, Koreene. 199 Goodman, Barbara .... 192,56,201 Goodman, Bruce . 193 Goodman, Gerald . 197 Gordon, Gail . 198 Gorski, Dianne . 56,201 Gorsky, Jerrold . 199 Goss, Harriet . 198 Gottschalk, Norma . 200 Gould, Robert.202 Gradman, Sidney . 200 Graham, Kenneth . 197 Graifman, Helen . 197,55 Grant, Richard . 193,56 Gray, Kathleen . 196,55 Green, Richard . 193 Greenberg, Denise.37,199 Greenberg, Gerald . 193 Greenberg, Joel . 197 Greene, Spencer . 197,89,96 Greenwald, Sue . 195 Gregersen, Bonnie . 194 Griffiths, Nancy . 201 Grigg, Susan . 201 Gross, Rhonda . 202 Grossman, Bruce . 199 Grossman, Sandra . 55,199 Grunow, William . 199,87,92 Guenther, Ellen . 57,199 Guinand, Linda . 61,201 Gular, William . 200 Gullon, Carole . 199 Gustavson, Bette . 193 Hagen, Gail . 199 Hahn, Jeanne . 202 Hain, Paul . 195 Hall, Ann . 202 Hall, Berton . 78,193,87.95 Haller, Thomas . 202 Hallmann, Elmer . 199 Hammarquist, Harry. 56,202 Hanlon, Tom . 193 Hansen, Linda . 37,57,199 Hansen, Michael . 68,195 Hansen, Thomas . 201,95 Hanson, Katherine . 195 Hardt, Dale . 197,83 Haroldson, James . 195 Harris, Janet . 197 Harris, Sherwin. Harrison, Michele . 197 Haskell, Melvin . 200 Hastman, Lee . 202 Hawkins, Virginia. 196 Hawley, Howard . 201 Hayman, Steve . 78,199,92 Head, Michael . 195 Heche, Melody . 197 Heeres, David . 193 Hefter, Renne . 57,200 Heinz, John . 194,56 Heinz, Roseann . 197 Heller. Bob . 30,200,95 Helt, Cynthia . Henkel, Leslie . 196 Henningsen, Cheryl . 55 Henricks, Lynnette . 199 Henricks, William . 120 Heppner, Amy . 199 Herbon, Kim . 194 Herbst, Joan . 198 Herbster, Robert . 194,56,87 Herling, Lynn . 196 Herman, Lois . 195,57 Herman, Lorraine . 194 Herman, Richard . 197 Herter, Pat . 56,200 Hertzberg, Stuart . 200,87 Herzog, Steven . 200 Heun, Roger . 195 Heyer, Barbara . Hilderbrand, Fred . 79,193,95 Hilfman, Merle . 196 Hill, David . 200 Hirsch, Aileen .... Hirschtick, Steven . . Hirsch, Rochelle .... Hite, Kenneth .... Hlady, Joyce . Hoag, Bruce .. Hobbs, Ki m . Hoeper, Lore . Hoffman, Ellen .... Hoffman, Lonny Hohs, Jr. William . Hokanson, Janice .. Holzwarth, Judith . . Houlihan, Patricia .. Howe, Christina Hugo, Oliver . Hunter, Bill . Huss, Charles . Hutter, Wayne Hyman, Jeff . Ingram, Barbara Irpino, John . Isel, John . Iversen, Jean . Iverson, Annette . . Iverson, Walter . . . . Jacob, Merle . Jacobs, Marc . Jacobs, Paul . Jacobs, Ron . Jacobs, Sharon Jacobson, Pamela . . Jacover, Renee Jaeger, Jerry . Jaffee, Pam . Jahnke, Richard Janek, James . Janse, Julie . Jarmy, Lawrence Jenner, Albin . Jobst, Jim . Johnson, Barbara . . Johnson, Jim . Johnson, Kenneth . . Johnson, Lyn . Johnson, Lynn . Johnson, Marilyn . . Johnson, Ronald . . . Johnson, Sonja . Johnson, William . .. Jonas, Daryl . Jones, Wesley. Joslyn, Nancy . Kaage, Roger . Kadrzynski, Krista . . Kahn, Madelon Kalish, RuthAnn Kallison, Jerry . Kaluzna, Harvey Kaluzna, Marlene . . Kalver, Paulette ... Kann, Mark Kanofsky, Joyce Kaplan, Harold Kaplan, Robert Kaplan, Susan . Karlin, Allan . Karlin, Maureen- Karoff, Susan . Karp, Trudy . Karzen, Ronald Kaselow, Lynn .... Kasik, Rhonda Katz, David . Katz, Dean . Katz. Francine . Kaufman, Allan Kaufman, Rhonda ., Kavanaugh, Rita . . Kay, Myra . Keer, Ellen . Keller, Lester . Kennedy, Carol . .. Kenney, Kerry . Keno, Marcia . Kerstetter, Judy Kessel, Linda . Kierstein, JeanMarie . 196 78,49,201,87,92 . 198 . 202 . 197 . 200,89 . 192,201 . 198 . 201 . 194 . . 78,193,87,92 . 199 .. . 56,1 19,197 . 193 . 201 . 201 . 198 .... 193,89 .... 193,95 . 197 . 196 78,37,201,82 . 197 . 195 . 200 .... 193,57 .... 195,89 . 193 . 197 . 202 .... 58,202 . 193 . 195 . 193 . 194 . ... 78,194 . 199 . 196 . 195 . . . . 78,194 196,56,198 . . . . 202,198 . 195,197,89 ,78,55,92 . 202 . 197 . 197 .... 196 . .. . 202 .. 194,87 55,58,200 ... . 200 .... 198 .... 193 . . 56,199 .... 196 . 194 .... 199 .... 201 193 202 ... 57,200 . 199 . 193 . 199 . . . 55,202 78,197,95 ... 73,196 . 197 78,37,87,92 . 193 . 201 ... 194,89 . 194 ... 57,201 . 194 . 201 68,196,61 . 198 . 196 . 201 .. . 66,202 . 197 . 196 Kinowski, Margaret . 197 Kirchens, Peter . 194 Kirk, Carole . 201 Kirman, Ruth . 195 Kirshner, Barbara . 196 Kiszely, Gary . 78,200,95 Kite, Suzanne . 202 Klayman, Barry.199 Klehr, David . 198 Klein, Charmaine . 193 Klein, Michael . 200 Kleinzweig, Robert . Klemmer, John. 196 Klinke, Linda . 202 Kleinzweig, Robert . 201 Klinq, Betty Lou . 198 Kliphardt, Janis . 56,199 Klipowicz, Donald . 194 Klyman, Linda . 194 Kmety, John . 193,92 Koch, Betty Ann . 197 Koehler, Andrea . 195 Kohl, James. 200 Kostedt, John . 200 Kole, Robin . 202 Konitz, Linda . 194 Koppelmeier, Barbara .... 193,192 Koppman, Diane . 57 Korogodsky, Barry . 198 Kossof, Theodore . 78,197 Kovarsky, Mary . 202 Kovin, Sherry . 199 Koznarski, JoAnn . 193 Kraft, Dennis . 200,95 Kramer, Elizabeth . 24,55,202 Kramer, Vicki . 201 Kramarczyk, Barbara . 55,200 Kraus, Denny .. 202 Krauss, Diane . 197,56 Kravitz, Irving . 199,88,92 Kretschmar, Carol . 198 Kriete, Mary Jane . 200 Krispin, Gary . 201 Kristof. Jack . 78,202 Kriz, Judith . 198 Kronholz, Kenneth . 198,89 Krooth, Bonnie Ann . 56 Krum, Jonathan . 193,95 Kucera, Elizabeth . 202 Kuechenmeister, Fred . 78,202 Kuehn, Donald . 202,82,93 Kuffer, Janet . 194 Kujawa, Richard . 194 Kummerow, Walter . 78,193 LaBarbera, Joan . 57,201 Lach, Kathleen . 201 Lain, Russell. 200,92 Lamberty, Robert . 202 Lamm, Sandra . 202 Landberg, Ingrid.200 Landerholm, Linda . 198 Landes, Ronald . 79,49,198 87 Lange, Doris . 193 Lappa, James.201,89 LaRoussa, Roy. 195 Larson, Karen . 196,55 Lasky, Howard . 200 Laughlin, Linda . 200 238 Layne, Linda . 200 Lazar, Arnold . 201 Lazarus,. Larry . 37,198 Lear, Judith . 194 Lee, Barbara . 73,193,112 Lee, Linda . 198 Lee, Steve . 193,192 LeFevre, Dennis . 193 Leffingwell, Bruce . 197,95 Lehtman, Stephen . 201 Leifer, Lauren . 196 LeMieu, Wayne . 192,196 Leon, Jack . 200 Lerner, Alex . «... 202 Lerman, Bonnie . 201 Lerner, Jeffrey . 193,93 LeTourneau, Judy . 193 Lev, Abraham . 78,37,193,87 Levenfeld, Scott . 197 Levin, BettyAnn . 192 Levin, Gayle . 37 Levin, Helene . Levin, Lesley . 194 Levin, Sherwin . 145,56,83 Levin, Stanton . Levin, Stuart. 194,200 LeVine, Amy . 192,197,55 LeVine, Edward . 78,195,82 Levine, Leonard . 194 LeVine, Ellen . 193 Levine, Marla . 200 Levine, Stuart . 50 Levinsky, Barry . 50,199 Levinson, Ellin . 193 Levitan, Mary Margaret . 193 Levitt, Nancy . 195 Levy, Fredric . Levy, Michael . 198,95 Levy, Stewart . 200 Lewis, Anthony . 197 Lewis, Rochelle . 61 Liberman, Sarah . 202 Lichtenstein, Linda . 194 Lieberman, Robert . 193 Lieberman, Mark . 78,194,82 Liebling, Janice . 196 Lindemann, Gerald . 78,202 Lindstrom, James . 195 Linick, Charlene . 201 Linin, Betty . 195 Lipman, Douglas. 194,82 Lisser, Rita . 198 Long, Carol . 37,195,100 Long, Marlene. 198 Lopez, Linda . 193 Losher, Lorene. 195 Lotz, Robert . 194,89,92 Lovering, Frank . 194 Lowe, Constance . 200 Lowy, Janis . 194 Lubeck, Elaine Barbara . 194 Lubin, Corrine . 195,55 Lubin, Lisa . 196,55 Luther, John . 196 Luzzo, Ronald . 194 Luzwick, Roger . 193 Lynch, Martin . 63,92 McComb, Terrence. 194 McConaughy, Steven . 198 McGrath, John . 78.196,92 McQueen, David. 195 Maher, Maureen . 194 Mahoney, Martin . Majestic, Diane . 201 Malone, Patricia . 199 Manasin, Alfred . 78,195,92 Manaugh, Doris . 202 Mandl, Miles . 197 Mann, Susan . 194,58 Manna, Carole . 194 Marcus, Lynn . 1 95 Marek, Gail . 55,199 Marinello, Lane . 195 Marino, Stephan . 78,201,92 Markert, Kathleen . 200 Marks, Penny . 198 Mascolino, Anita . 194 Mascolino, Victoria . 194 Maselli, Steve . 56,200 Mash, Avis . 192,201 Mason, . 100 Masover, Lynne . 202 Massnikoff, Sandy . 197 Matayka, Jerry . 196 Masten, Glenn . 196,82 Mattingly, Tom . 194 Mattio, Allen . 78,194,95 Mau, April . 37,194 Maul, Kenneth . 196 Maxson, Linda . 194,61 Mayzel, Judy . 199 Mazer, Bonnie . 148 Mazz, Maurice . 78,193,83 Meadows, Mary . 199 Mechanic, Roberta . 58 Mehl, Mike . 201 Meisner, William . 195 Melamed, Linda . 192,56,200 Melas, Anthony . 78,194 Melcher, Dale . 199 Melzer, Sally . 196,57 Mendel, Eugene . Mermel, Scott . 92 Merrill, David . 196 Messner, David . 202 Meszaros, Gary . 202 Metnick, Larry . 193 Metz, Sherry . 194,56 Metzger, Stewart. 193 Meyer, Marlene . 202 Mich, Caren . 195 Michael, Janice . 202 Middaugh, Sharon. 194,55 Miguel, John . 79 Mikel, Sheralyn . 202 Miles, Michael . 193 Miller, Hollis . 195 Miller, Lauren . Miller, M. Lynn . 195,57,58 Miller, Phyllis . 20,198 Miller, Ronald . 78,198 Miller, Susan . 37,193,56 Millward, Mystery . 200 Milwer, Fred . 194 Mindel, Michael . 196 Mink, Marcia . 193 Minors, Richard . 79,201,87 Mirshak, Ronald . 79 Mitz, Kathleen . 201 Mizock, Judy . Modetz, Elizabeth . 195 Moldofsky, Lanny . 78,194,83 Moore, Dennis . 197 Moore, Melissa . 197 Morris, Joanne . 37,57,201 Mould, Arthur . Moyes, Kathleen . 196 Mueller, Barbara . 195 Mueller, Robert . 198 Murlas, Christopher .... 79,199,87 Murphy, William . Muskat, Marc . 196,87 Myers, Phyllis . 193 Myles, Janet . 201 Myrent, Stewart . 196,95 Nagai, Richard . 194 Nahin, Mark . 89 Nakayama, Joan . 202 Nanberg, Robert.200 Natenberg, Sharon . 199 Nathan, Felicia . 196 Nathan, Jon . 201 Nathanson, Maxine . 199 Natkin, Diane . 56,58,199 INDEX Naylor, Steve . 198 Nedwick, James . 197 Nelson, Karen . 195 Nelson, Lawrence. Nelson, Ronald . Nelson, Russell . Nelson, Virginia . 201 Netz, Melvyn . 201 Neubauer, Elaine . Neuman, Kathy . Newburger, Mark . 199 Newman, Janice . 198 Newmark, Jeff . 198,92 Nicholas, Ge rri . Nicholas, Hope . 201 Nissenson, Allen . 200 Nosen, Rita . Noreen, James . Norling, Linda . North, Warren . 202 Noto, JoAnn . Novak, Arthur . 1 99 Novak, Nancy . November, Leon . 89 Novotny, William .. 201 Oehler, Mary Ellen . 201 Olkiewicz, George . Olson, Robert . 198,92 Opperman, Jeanette . Oram, Mary Ann . O’Reilly, Marguerite . Oren, Linda . 1 99 Osborn, Lee . 196 Oscarson, Christine . 195,55 Oscarson, Richard . 194 Oscarson, Sharon . 201 Ortmann, Dean . 78,199 Overbeck, (Jr.) Ralph . 198 Owen, John . 1 97 Owens, Mike . 193,82,92 Packer, Jerilyn . 198 Pagodin, F. 37 Palast, Scott . 202,83 Panchesin, Michael . Paris, Jerry . Parker, Glenn . 193,87 Parker, Marlene . 198 Parry, James . 198 Parsons, Diane . 202 Patterson, Susanne . 201 Paul, DonnaMae . 103,192 Pauly, Lynn . 192,199 Pearlman, Donn . 1 95 Pearson, Steven . Penelle, Robert . 200 Pepoon, Russell . 197 Pepper, Roslyn . 201 Pereligut, Barry . 78,199,87,92 Perlman, Ronald . 199 Perri, Helen . 73,197,55 Peters, John . 192,196 Peterson, Gordon . 1 94 Peterson, John . 1 93 Peterson, Lois . 199 Peterson. Susan . 193,55 Peterson, William . 201 Petit-Clerc, - Patricia . 193 Petrokus, Barbara . 200 Pfaff, Thomas . 83,200 Piell, Terry . 196 Pierini, Lawrence . 202 Pines, Robert . 196 Pinkwater, Marcia . 37,193 Pisano, Jerome . 200,95 Plenn, Howard . 193 Plough, Kathy . 193 Poders, Sylvia . 198 Pogodin, Fredell .200 Pogofsky, Larry . 195 Poindexter, Robert. 200,96 Porebski, Vicki . Posmantier, David . 193 Powell, Pamela . 202 Powell, William . v . 202 Praeger, Nancy . 197 Prange, Pamela . 194 Price, Don . 198 Price, Harriet . Prim, Janis . 197 Pritchard, Betty . Privratsky, Eileen .200 Provost, Mary. 55,58,200 Provus, Jeffrey . 200 Quinn, Karen . 201 Quirk, Patti . 197 Raben, Monty . 196 Rabin, Nancy . 56,202 Radicek, Linda . 202 Raia, Betty . 197 Rammon, Lee . 195 Rand, Robin . 200 Reading, Mary . 195 Ream, Claudia . 196 Ream, Norma . 195 Redinger, Christia . 193 Reed, Jane . 195 Reifman, Barbara . 200 Rest, Paula . 199 Rettberg, John . 195 Reynolds, Sandra. Ricci, Lorraine . 196 Richardson, Jeff . Rifkin, Diane . 192,202 Rissman, Dennis . 78,197 Ritter, John . 198 Rivenburgh, Robert . 78,202 Robinson, Susan . 195 Rodman, Jerry. 198,92 Rodnick, Sharon . 199 Rogan, Rosemary . 194 Rogers, Carol . 192,194 Rolak, Karen . 197 Rome, Scott . 193 Roos, Leonard.78,193 Root, Frances . 193 Rose, David . 78,49,202 Rosecrans, Judith. 100,196 Rosce, Judith . Rosen, Alan . 202 Rosenbaum, Howard . 82 Rosenberg, Allan . 202 Rosenberg, Barbara . 195 Rosenberg, Debra . 197 Rosenberg, Melvin . 202 Rosenberg, Saresta . 101,199 Rosenbloom, Harvey . 202 Rosenquist, William .... 78,197,82,92 Rosenthal, David Lee . 61,200 Rosenthal, Lawrence . Rosnick, Barry . 78,196 Ross, Gilbert . 197 Rossman, Stanley . 197 Roth, Francine . 37,196 Rothblatt, Stephen.50,199 Rothman, Michael .... 79,56,201,82 Rothstein, Lee . 196 Rotkin, Eileen . 61,200 Rubenstein, Nancy. 200 Rubin, Danie l . 200 Rubin, Fred . 78,198 Rubin, Rose . 200 Rubin, Steven . 193 Ruby, Diane . 199 Rudd, Sheldon . 197,87 Ruderman, Leah . 193,55 239 INDEX Rugendorf, Donna . 192,197 Rugendorf, Sharry . 201 Rumack, Evan . 193 Rusch, Susan . 197 Rust, Joanne . 56,200 Rutherford, Helen . 201 Ruttenberg, Robert . 78,197 Sabac, Russell . 197 Sack, Richard . Sacks, Lawrence . 87,92 Saferstein, Jeffrey . 202 Saffro, Shelly . 194,57 Saflarski, Jeanne . 55,200 Sager, Arlene . 193 Salberg, Lester . 193,95 Salerno, Michael . 200 Saletra, Judith . 198 Salomon, Ruth . Saltzberg Samuels, Reysa . 198 Sandler, Ellen . 202 Sandler, Jeffrey .. 37,194,87 Sandrik, Carol . 196,55 Sandstrom, Norman .... 79,195,56 Saranecki, Scott . 78,87,20,95 Sass, Marcia . 192,193 Saviano, Nicholas . 200 Scarpelli, Paul . 20,198 Schacht, John . 202 Schafer, Richard . 95 Schamber, Laura . 197 Schaps, Alan . Schiff, Noel . Schiffman, Bonnie . 194,57 Schiller, Patricia . 194 Schiller, Ronald . Schiro, Josette. Schlau, Mary . 202 Schlitter, James . 197 Schmidt, Sally . Schmitz, Lynne . 197 Schnidt, Jim . 197,92 Schoenberg, Linda . 73,195,55 Scholz, Hanna . 198 Schreiber, Etta . 199 Schreiber, Robert . 196 Schrider, Elyse . 100 Schroeder, Keith . 201 Schulhoff, Bonnie . 200 Schulman, Julie . 195 Schulman, Paulette . 37,194 Schultz, Sharyn . 202 Schultz, Wayne . Schuman, Elaine . 199 Schwartz, Alan . 195 Schwartz, Donald . 198 Schwartz, Stuart . 198 Schwarz, Robert . 78,193 Schweinsberg, Stanton .... 79,205,95 Scott, Roger . . . 195,95 Seigal, Norman . 195 Selig, Janet M. 193,61 Seltzer, Steve . 202 Sembach, Judith . 198 Semiloff, Holly . 191 Semple, James . 202 Semrow, Alan . 79,49,201,95 Shaf, Vance . 197 Shafer, Dawn . 200 Shafer, Helen . 197 Shafer, R. 89 Shapira Sarita .. 202 Shapiro, Howard . 200.89 Shapiro, Larry . 200,95 Shapiro, Linda . 192,197 Shapiro, Saul . 195 Shapiro, Terry . 196 Share. Michael . 197,92 Shearn. Robert . 78,87,92 Shellist, Karen . 195,61 Shepard, Ellyn . 197 Sherman, Ira . 50 Sherman, Murr . 199 Shivley, Gretchen . Siegel, Marcey . 196,57 Siegel, Norman . Siegal, Susan . 37,197 Silherman, Ellen . 196 Silver, Howard . 196 Silverman, Irene . 194 Silverman, Richard . 200 Silverman, Stephen .... 192,195,89 Silverstein, Allan . Silverstone, Harvey . 37,201 Silvert, Mark . 3201,89 Silvertrust, Raymond . 198,95 Simmons, Marc . 193,56 Simon, Fred . 198 Simon, Howard . 79,49,199,92 Simon, John . 201,89,95 Singer, Lesley . 199 Singer, Robert . 193 Singer, Sherry . 195,57 Sinkule Barbara . 202 Sippil, Jill . 193 Skara, Barbara . 199 Skerven, Linda . 195,55 Skidmore, Karen . 201 Skinder, Jack . 196 Sklar, Elaine . 201 Skolnik, Robin . 56,198 Skolnik, Steven :. 195 Slade, Barry . 196 Slaw, Harriet . 67,194 Slutsky, Arnold . 201 Smith, Bonnie . 200 Smith, Darlene . 195 Smith, Ethel . 68,194 Smith, Judith . 202 Smith, Sherry . 194 Smock, Leonard . 199 Snyder. Carl . 193 Snyder, Calvin . Skolov Vladimir . 194 Solomon, Eugene . 79,199 Solomon, Ruth . 195 Soquet, Thomas . 78,202 Sostrin, Robert . 197 Sorokin, Mark . 193 Spear, Peter . 197 Spencer, Richard . 78,194 Spiegel, Marilyn . 197 Spies, Stewart . 193 Spikings, Katherine .200 Spitz Stephen . 200,95 Spivack, Bruce . 197 Stanfield, Gwen . 194 Stangenes, Nils . 197 Starkopf, Sandra . Stearns, Aviva . 195 Stein, Jerry . 202 Steinberg, David . 197 Stein, Judy . 193,57 Steitz, Raymond . 201 Sterner, Rosalie . 194,55 Stengl, Elizabeth . Stephens, Louis . 200 Stern, Gerald . 198,89 Stern, Martin .. 54,200 Stewart, John . 198 Stiegel, Mike . 50,201 Stocker, Judith . 197 Stone, Bonnie . 196 Stone, Janet . 195 Stone, Lynn . 57,198 Strauss, Ellen . 193 Streicher, Fredrick . 197 Stresser, John . 202 Streu, Judy . 196 Strickett, Barbara . 195,56 Strobl, Greg . 78,193 Stroetzel, Victor . 194 Stronberg, Joel . 79,193 Stupp, Rita . 194 Struck, Joseph. 198,95 Suckow, Richard . 196 Sukow, T. 78 Sulser, Arthur . 199 Summer, Ina . 192,199 Sundborg, Betty . 196 Supanc, Elke . 56,198 Suzzow . 92 Swanson, Diane . 202 Swanson, Linda . 195,57 Swartz, Robey . 200 Swider, Elyse . 193 Swidler, Gordon . Swirsky, Mark . 197,61,87 Szuchmacher, Ruth . 55,91,7 Taitel, Adair . 198 Tannenbaum, Michael .... 195,200,89 Tanzar, ’ Paul . Tasky, Perry . 194 Taylor, Sue . 61,201 Taylor, Timothy . 78,192,194 Tefka, Ruth . 197 tenEicken, Claudia . 201 tenEicken, Ronette. 195,57 Thigpen, Ronald . 78,194,82 Thimios, Tula . Thoma, Gregory . 193 Thomas, Lynda.200 Thomas, Robert . 78,199,95 Thompson, Holly . 57,58,199 Thompson, John . 197 Throb, E. 78 Timmings, Jeanne . 202 Tincher, Carol . 196 Tooredmon, David . 202,87,95 Torenko, Jim . 199 Tortorice, Pete . 197 Towbin, Leslie . 195 Treacy, John . 196 Traiforas, Theodore . 196 Trapper, Richard . Trob, Edward . 2(30 Traux, Stephen . 195 Tucker, Frances . 37,62,200 Tunkl, Judith . 196 Tubekis, Alex . 200 Turofsky, Sandra . 196 Tyska, Roberta . 193,57 Tzinberg, Bruce . 78,198 Udelson, Roberta .201 Uleck, Donna . 195 Urbanus, Joseph . 201 Urbanovitch, AnneLee . Urelius, Gordon . 56,201 Urman, Robert . Van Deusen, Thomas . 199 Van Dyne, Melody . 195,56 Van Eikeren, Paul . 200 Van Ommering, Virginia .... 195,55 Varveris, Florentia . 199 Vedder, Janice . 199 Velen, Robert .. 78,197,92 Veto, Donna . 57,200 Vincent, William . 194 Viveros, David . 195 Voigt, James . 194 Vollmer, Bob . 195 Votzmeyer, Edward .200 Vorsatz, Peter . 195 Vylasek. John . 201 Waddell, George . 201 Wagner, Donald . 191 Wainer. Mark . 200 Wallach, Irwin . 194 Wallach, Steven . 194 Waller, Dennis . 197 Waller, Reyna . 196 Wallies, Kathleen . 55,201 Walter, Dennis . 78,202,92 Ward, Judy . 194 Warnke, George . 193 Warren, Jeffrey . Wasserman, Wayne . 193 Watts, George . Waxberg, Karen . Weaver, Daniel . 198 Webster, Carol . 201 Weichmann, Constance . 194 Weil, Donald . 196,198 Weil, Harold . 78 Weinberg, Marlene . 195,56 Weiner, Sheldon . Weinberg, Davida . 198 Weinberg, Robert . 198 Weinstein, Joel . 196,49,56 Weisberg, Herb . 201 Weiss, Alan . 198 Weiss, Joy . 201 Weiss, Lee . 199 Weiss, Richard . 197 Weiss, Ronald . 202 Weiss, Sandra . 201 Weiss, Sandra . We ' tzman, Mark . 202 Wells, Janet . 199 Werner, Carol . 193,61 Westphal, Marianna . 193 Whisler, Susan . 37,198 White, Judith . 55 White, Robert . 194 Wiczer, Warren . 201 Widman, Cheryl. 55,200 Wiig, Keith . 193 Wikell, Milton . 194 Wilke, Kathy . 202 Williams, Diane . 196 Williams, Roger . 202,95 Williamson, Sharon . 56,200 Winer, Mel . 79 Windoer, Terry . 196 Winston, Stephan . 195,92 Winter. Glenn . 79,61,198 Wisnnewski, Wayne . Withall, James . 202 Witzel, Michael . 197 Wolf, David . 202 Wolf, Jeff . 193,87,92 Wolf, Joel . 194,95 Wolf. Roland . 99 Wolf, Sandra . 195 Wolf, Susan . . . 196 Wolfe, Alice . 202 Wolff, Justine . 202 Wolfinsohn, Martin . 202 Wollman, Arnold . 198,95 Wood, Carl . 196 Wood, William . 198 Woods, Craig . 194,61 Woolf, Jay . 50,200 Woolley, Robert . 195 Woolley, William . 198 Woolman, Marla . Work, Carol . 200 Worth, Bruce . 193 Wright, Sherry . Wu, Jack . 197,88 Wulf, Arthur . 200,89,92 Wynn, Michael . 202,87 Yamaguchi, Robert . 199 Yardley, Jim . 78,202 Zager, Ronald . 200,89 Zaidier, Laura . 198 Zaitlen, Richard . 198 Zee, Linda . 202 Zeitlin, Donna . 193 Zemel, Maureen . 202 Zenner, Donna . 202 Zenner, Keith . 200 Ziah, John . 78,196 Ziff, Roger . Zimmerman, Glen . 78,202 Zimmerman, Linda . 193,55,62 Zolt, Lnnette . 200 240


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