Niles Township High School West - Spectrum Yearbook (Skokie, IL)

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m ml :ui .tV ' m (■ ' IS ' ii)iM- 1 1 ' ' Mi ' ; y M « ' . i V « ' . H 1 1 ' r The Senior Class of Niles West Presents . pectrum ' 64 Niles Township High School West Division Skokie, Illinois Volume III Table of Contents Academic. 14 Faculty 38 Activities 74 Special Events 110 Interpretation 126 Seniors 134 Underclassmen 168 Sports 200 Index 220 We put these years In their own proper place. If they are the best - And who can say— They are not all of life. We are only transient here, And this is what we see; This is our own interpretation ' — T jit: r r ri-n P i nii i i i i ' B I g =i Let us tell you; For we are proud, If wise we are not. All this is ours: A physical thing, For most to serve. For some to hate. But not yet to be forgotten. It is not now a musty memory To be held in hands far off and judged. Now it lives and breathes With our breath and our blood. If we are over-proud. Consider— This is a pride of self. nnsiii ! • «r . -- Academic Thought is the light Unto the greatest darkness, Wherein a man may spend All of his lite And never see beyond himself, And never know But what the earth is flat The darkness will hold us While it can. Although liberation is ours For the thirsting, Ourselves must set us free. Administration and Faculty % n I An educator is a person also, Who once was young, As we are. And the only difference Between educators Is that there are those With mennory of being young, And those to whom Youth has not yet passed on To memory. Friend or teacher? The ancients say the latter. The best are both. Activities Fun, fun. Run, run. We love to plan things And to do things, To be active. We enjoy going , As much as arriving. We are together. And we do some good, And we have some fun. All work and no play, you know. And we would rather not be dull. |i | 4 p sports Curse those who would call Our sport play. We must be strong As well as learned. The mind and the body Must be reconciled, Else imbalance topple us And turn our energy to useless things. We lift the book with a goodly arm . k Mr V .■■• ' C •■ - ' il cademic Here begins the road of ignorance On the way to less ignorance, To be traveled for a time, But a nnan is dead Ere he reaches the end. J ;? ' ' Jt» English Over 270,000,000 people in the world speak the English language including Liberians, New Zealanders, Australians, people in the British Isles, Canadians and Americans. In fact, next to Chinese it is spoken morethan any other single language of the world. Because English is composed of words from so many differ- ent languages it has often been compared to a mighty oak " . . . its trunk and bare branches represent thenativelanguage forms. They give the language its simplicity, directness, and force. The leaves and blossoms represent the foreign element, which gives grace, variety, and ornament to the speech. " " Learning to read is a continuous process . . . " — Reading Skill Builder " . . . so in literature the critical spirit is at work as a conscious energy of selection. " — Shelbume Essays rrm Mike Kochevar, Christine Biederer, Elissa Fierstein, Jerry Doc ekalski " . . . The old order changeth yielding place to new; ■—Idylls of the King s I Social Studies We do not live alone in the world, separate from the rest of humanity. We live in a world of people, without whom we could not exist. And if we wish to live in harmony with people, it is necessary that we under- stand them. It is through the study of the culture of a people, of their customs and heritage, of the social and political institu- tions, that we arrive at an understanding of them and a closer relationship with them and ourselves. iS " . Krvitet B " A Conception of Love In Terms of the Learning Process " —Joseph Folsom, Family AMarriage and Parenthood — ■ ' a 1 :;::::;:!;::!•;:■:::! 1 t :■;■■■■■ " The Tea Act was exlreniely annoying lo colonial merchants who had grown rich from smuggling. " —A Short History oj ilu- American Dmiocracy " The steps taken by Diocletian and Constantlne between 284 and 337 A.D. restored order to the Empire . . . " - The History of Our World S. Kaplan, ]. Glassberg, D. Saltzmun, D. mner " Adipose tissue, or fat tissue, is considered to be a modified form of fibrous connective tissue. " ,. Klynidn. S. Hirschlick " The human bodv can ser ' e as a conductor. " —Mr. HoeppncY —General Bioloi ' Science S. Myrmt. L. HuUeen. L. Lrmderholm. M. Siege , A ' . Schaffner " The bile capillaries run together to form increasingly large ducts, and these eventuallyleavetheliver as hepatic ducts " When we were at the age when everything in the world was amazing and beautiful, we always had a single question - why? Why is the sky blue and the grass green? Why does it rain and what makes it snow? How do people grow, and when will I be grown, too? As we grow older, we can begin to answer these questions. Most of us are satisfied merely to know our first whys and hows. But there are those among us who wish to ex- plore more deeply and formulate new ques- tions and new answers. -Human Physio logy L. Siedbund, J. Hertzberg, A. Freschke, C. Cliubin, J. Golden Math Math is a discipline. It teaches us to un- tangle interwoven facts and concepts. It teaches us a logical approach to the solution of problems. This is the underlying principle of all mathematics. In math, we discover order in our own minds and in the surround- ing universe. .W K(ttif{}itau " To bisect a given angle. " —Plane Geomelr ' fc„ " Find four consecutive integers such that li ' e times the fourth diminished by twice the second is seven. " — Modem Algebra - T. ( ' hikarm.shi " 172. To construct a perpendicular to a given line from a given point outside the line. " " Plane Geometry Comment ca va? W ' ie geht ' s? t Como estasPQuid agis? " The Russian language is the most important of the Slavic languages, both as to the number of people who speak it and as to its cultural influence. " — ;,M 11, mi Emyiliilialiii S. Enenslein, M. Molinaro, M. Collons 24 Foreign Language " Oui, on s ' est pronicne en bateau tons les jours. " Une langue €trangire emp he le rapprochement des peuples du monde aussi brin qu ' une langue bien connue le promulge. Se rendre miiitre dune langue etrangire c ' est exterminer une des causes princi- pales du manque de rapprochement, d ' intellegence parmi les pay du monde. El lenguaje puede ser obstaculo a la comprensidn tanto como puede servir como su vehfculo mayor. Por medio del estudio y la maestrfa de un idioma extranjero se eradica una de las causas princi- pales de la falta de comprensidn entre las gentes del mundo. Die Sprache kann ein Hindernis sowohl wie das Medium des gegenseitigen Verstehens sein. Durch des Fremdsprachenstudiunis kon- nen Misverstandnisse grossenteils Uberwunden werden. Dngua obex modusque operandi ' esse potest. Studenda perficien- daque lingua ali€na, una causarum prrmarum inopiae fraternitatis universalis inter omnes populos omnium terrarum orbis exstirpatur. Language can be a barrier to understanding as well as its major vehicle. Through the studv and masterv of a foreign language, one of the chief causes of the lack of understanding among the people of the world is eradicated. — A.L.M. -French Lci ' cl Two I9f I ' H •v- f Business Education What does a Business Education Department do? It prepares students for jobs after graduation and provides a background for further studies in the field of business. In addition to its regular typing courses, there is usually a course in notehand for college- bound students. Through the addition of three new teachers, two new courses, and an electronic shorthand laboratory, Niles West ' s Business Education Department has broadened the vocational oudook for many students this year. Girls training to be secretaries find the laboratory helpful in developing their skills to meet any situation which may confront them. 5 ' . Mclzer, K. .Spikinijs " Some adding machines are equipped with a credit balance feature to show negative totals or overdrafts. " —How To Use Adding and Calciilaling Machme " The typist listens to dictation on the transcribing unit and types the message. " — Genera Office Practice " When the total subtracted exceeds the total added, a bell rings and the Compliment of the excess appears in the Upper Dials, proceeded by a series of 9 ' s. " —Friden Fully Automatic Calculator J. Stacker 9 s Home and In the Home Arts Department, girls learn about the meaning and beauty of the home. They acquire such necessary skills as cook- ing and sewing and household management, and prepare for the time when they will ap- ply what they have learned in Home Arts to their own homes. In the Industrial Arts Department, boys have the opportunity to work with their hands. They learn to understand auto mech- anics and the concepts of electricity. They gain skill in printing and industrial drawing. The Home Arts and Industrial Arts De- partments provide students with the oppor- tunity to develop domestic and vocational skills. Af. Cole. L. Lee. J. Client " Home plannuig and (iiniishiiig, then, liasfourgoals:use, economy, beauty, and individuality. Underlying all of these is appropriate- ness. " —Ih- kU ' Tii( a] ' ' . Home " At the tea the food you serve should be simple and dainty. " —HoiL ' You Plfin ftml Prel)are Meals J. Rydcn. P. Kninv. A ' . Wiillies. i. Kanni Industrial Arts " A frame . . . permits stronger construction without excessive weight, and allows greater freedom of working methods. " — L ' pholstered Funiituxe R. J ' eidrich, J. Coodrnan V " To play F . the seccind finger is placed dose to the first, Thi: leaves a whole step between F and G. " — Waller String Class Method Fine Arts There is something within each of us that craves more than the tangible effects of or- dinary, acquired knowledge. Music and drama and art express this craving. These art-forms are the outward manifestation of an aesthetic sensitivity and the desire to communicate this awareness to others. They provide us with a means to express that which makes us different from all other people as well as that which makes us akin to all other men. Through all forms of art, we are given the opportunity to use the creativity and imagination with which we are endowed. Improvisation to a theme: " Van Dorn is a young fellow who lives by himself on top of a mountain. He does no regular work. He just enjoys himself " —Acting Is Believing . e»i , D.Com " All people have the craft instinct. To make a useful object not unlv pr.mnal lnji ;lI.s beautiful has been instinctive in all mankind. " -Exploring Art " Touchdown! " Boys ' Physical Education Among the many ideas which have come down to us from antiquity is the Greek ideal of " a sound mind in a strong body. " The Boys Physical Education Department helps promote this ideal by its efforts to develop and encourage physical fitness and good sportsmanship. Through active participation in such sports as football, baseball, basketball, wrestling, and swim- ming, the boys at West strive to realize the Greek ideal which is essential to a mature life. M. Nctz, B. (Jtiinn, C. Kraemer, K. Corin I. Mchiick " Under tlie heading of skill may be included such elements as coordination, balance, ac- curacy, sliiitiness, steadiness, agility, speed, and flexibility. " —Health unci Fihie. " Strength of muscles comes only through using tlieni ■Hidllli ami ft ttcss One, down. Two, down. Three, down . —Mr. Basrah " Competition in sports is of three sorts: First, individual competition to approach or equal a record . - . second, competition between two or more individuals . . . and third, competition of a group orteam with another group or team. " — Health and Fihiess Girls ' Physical Education In addition to the outward evidences of the work of the Girls ' Physical Education Department - the exhausted, bedraggled figures emerging from the girls ' locker room, the wet, drooping hair, the scuffed gym shoes - this program fulfills an important need in our education. Exercise, participation in sports, and health and safety instruction contribute to our physical well-being and competitive instincts. " Dancing is the loftiest, the most moving, the most beautiful of the arts, because it is no mere translation or abstraction from life; it is life itself. " " . . . for most persons, additional muscular work must be performed in exercise, which may be defined as muscular work done for the specialpuipose of improving bodv function . . . " — Haillli find Fibiess T. Hornxvitz. C. fCrrttiz, B. Kontiiika, !i. Ma nuson, — The Dance of Life T. Allison, . Hawkins, . KUphardi 35 " Aim high in steering. " Sinilh System Drivers ' Education The importance of developing safe driving habits cannot be underestimated. West meets the problem of more cars and more drivers on the roads by offering students a program designed to train them to be able to cope with any driving situation that arises. Divided into three phases, this program consists of class- room study, drivo-trainer sessions, and actual behind-the-wheel experience. We are fortunate in having the opportunity to learn safe driving skills, thereby insuring us against the possi- bility of becoming just another digit on a sheet of accident statistics. " Rela.x. Fasten your seat belt. " —Mr. Porter Mr. Porter. R. Timmel Educators, all; And some dedicated, And some learning to be. Influences, most, And some great, And some not yet noticed. Superintendent of Schools The Superintendent of Schools is the administrative head of Niles West and Niles East. It is his first responsibility to formulate and direct system-wide educational and financial policies. In addition to local public relations, our Superintendent travels all over the country representing the Niles Township High Schools. Through the experience gained in his long academic career as teacher and administrator, Dr. Parker has amassed the wealth of practical knowledge which enables him to serve us so well. Assistant Superintendent in charge of Curri- culum and Instruction, Dr. Stuart A. Ander- son, directs the instructional programs at Niles. Central Administration Even a casual glance around Niles West reveals the many modern teaching aids and equipment with which we are provided. The Reading Clinic, the Audio-Visual Service, and tlie Balance Room testify to this fact. It is to the Central Administration that we owe the modern teaching techniques, the wide range of sub- ject matter, and the choice of textbooks which are used in the various courses. Concerned with pro- moting knowledge by the finest means possible, the Central Administration provides us with the most recent teaching methods and aids. Mr. Paul J. Houghton, Assistant Superin- tendent, maintains and regulates tlie luatiy personnel services. West Division Principal It has been said of him that he Uves his job and these are the truest words and the finest praise possible for the man who, more than any other, is responsible for having brought Niles West to the point where it is today. In a school as large as ours, the chief admini- strator must coordinate the efforts of each branch in order to achieve a unity of purpose as well as remain aware of individual concerns. Involvement in the life of the student body is the only way to know how to serve it. In our leader, there is the combination of under- standing, concern, and personal contact which is so important to effective administration. Dr. Mannos aslvs a faculty member into hi: office lo discuss departmental affairs. A quick trip lo his mailbo.x provides Dr. Mannos with a chance lor a lew infornKil words witli Miss Fcichtner. 42 " . ; Despite his busy schedule, Mr. Arthur C. Colver, Assistant Principal in charge of Freshmen, can always be found smiling. West Division Administration Direct responsibility for the effectiveness of the whole school is in the hands of the West Division Administration. It is the aim of the administration to establish harmony within the school and pro- mote the best possible classroom instruction. Basically, the West Division Administration is composed of four men, each individually responsible for the students of a particular grade level. The grade level administrators also enforce discipline to the students in their charge. The positions of Director of Student Activities and Assistant Principal in charge of Sopho- mores keep Mr. Charles Mattlca on the go. As AssistanI Prindpal in charge of Juniors, Dr. George T. Gilluly frequently meets with students to discuss their difficulties. Mr. Anton T. Schubert. Assistant Principal in charge of Seniors and Director of Student Accounting, attends to the ast number of attendance problems that arise daily. Underclassmen principals, , Ir. (Solver, Dr. Gilluly, and Mr. Mattka stop in the Main Office to discuss a matter of common interest. Central Business Office Though the school is certainly not a profit-making organization, it must nevertheless carry on its busi- ness in a similar fashion if it wishes to maintain an efficient and smoothly running operation. To the Central Business Office goes the job oforganizing all of West Division ' s business transactions, keep- ing orderly records, and publicizing West ' s achieve- ments. Director of Business Affairs, Mr. Arthur L. Newell, attends to tlie financial problems of a large school system. Mr. (lliftord Herbst, Assistant Director of Business Afiairs, aids iri the management of school finances. Dr. Arthur H. Rvden, Director of Giiitiance and It-siiiig, master- iniiids the program of visits by college coimselors. Mr. Orland H. Ruyle, Director of Adult Evening and Summer Schools, schedules classes for tliose desiring to broaden their educations. Mr. Ted C. Cobun, Director of Instructional Communications, is responsible for diversified classroom teaching aids, including films and slides. Educational Services Under the broad heading of educational services i s a significant group of specialized officers and organizations which serves the student body and faculty. The Guidance Department and Testing Service are united under Dr. Ryden to aid_students in plan- ning many phases of their education, from course or college preparations to the testing of personal growth. West ' s library of films, tapes, and records, plus the necessary equipment to utilize these aids, is managed by Mr. Cobun of the Instructional Com- munications Caiter. Furthering one ' s education is made possible through the Summer and Adult Evening Schools, under die directorship of Mr. Ruyle. Mr. Harold K. Ohison, Director of Special Services, is responsible for all school publica- tions as well as public relations. Special Services It is important that the school remains an institu- tion in close contact with the community it serves. Public relations and statistical research are carried out through the Special Services office in order to keep Niles Township in touch with the school ' s activities and functions. Building and Grounds Through Mr. John Anderson, Superintendent of Building and Grounds, the staggering duties of the maintenance and upkeep of the huge physical plants of both Niles West and Niles East are administered. The ominous sounding job of building security is also handled through this office. During this year the completion of Niles North has been the chief goal of the department. Maintaining llic appearance of the campus is tlic job ol Mr. Jolin G. Anderson, Super- intendent oi liuilding and Grounds. One of the duties of Mr. Heineger, Director of Physical Welfare, is the scheduling of Niles West ' s sports events. Boosters ' Club Director of Physical Welfare Physical fitness, as a factor in academic achievement, has been a much-discussed topic in recent years. Athletics, physical edu- cation, and health and safety instruction all are involved in the physical fitness program at Niles West. Mr. Heiniger, as Director of Physical Welfare, coordinates all these elements into a well-rounded program. His duties include scheduling and arranging all athletic contests, hiring officials, and esta- blishing athletic budgets. He is also in charge of the school health services and the build- ing ' s safety. Boosters ' Club is an organization com- posed of parents eager to stimulate interest and pride in the competitive athletic pro- gram. In addition to its sponsorship of the athletic banquets and the holding of Demon- stration Nights during respective sports sea- sons, the Boosters ' Club provides the Most Valuable Player trophies, which are awarded in all sports. Also, bus transportation to away games is arranged through the Boost- ers. I BACK ROW: J. Handzel, F. Gilbert; H. Uvin, D. Steele, E. Harms, Mrs. J. Yardley, M Basrak. Mrs. W. Hohs,J. Yardley. FRONT ROW: H. Barclay, E. Bruksch, N. Mannos, R. English. Board of Education IXFT TO RIGHT: Mrs. H. Block, M. Falkoff, K. Littrell, J. Spear, J. Mau, F. Saunders, H. Atchinson. Seven of the ablest leaders of the community compose the Board of Education. The Board ' s duties include overseeing all student activi- ties, deciding school pohcy, formulating the budget, hiring school personnel, and approving textbooks. The leading role which Niles West has assumed among the other high schools of the area serves as evidence to the competency of the Board. BACK ROW: Mrs. R.Johnson, Mrs. I. Sass. FRONT ROW: Mrs. L. Christensen, H. Anderson, Mrs. B. Konopka. Parent-Teacher Association An effective, adult association is the key to success- ful parent-teacher communications. P.T.A. is the liaison which keeps parents informed and interested in student affairs and accomplishments. In addition to publishing a monthly news letter, Niles West ' s P.T.A. offers a regular program of informative meetings, promotes special projects, and sponsors an annual Open House. Thus, P.T.A. has become a vital part of our school. Failliful P.T.A. members serve coffee and cookies to parents at the annual Open House. N - " mmmKm , - ' ' Ok- • : ' ? . ■I- y ' Si.-v. i! -» Al ' fz ' M m . . ir .jegsst -tmassssE J f- V. - ' ¥v •VA m.-- ' ' :» " V Faculty %■ V . k-k Art Thomas Blackburn Department Chairman B.F.A.,M.A. Bradley University Art Council Ted Harvey BA., M.S.inEd. Southern Illinois University Art Guild Ronald Isoni B.S. in Kd.,M..S. Illinois State Normid Uni ersity Art Guild Niles West ' s newest art teacher, Mr. Harvey proves his mettle with a paint brush in his usual smiling manner. Sharon Leslie B.S. in Ed. Northern Illinois University Judy Morrison B5. University of Illinois National Honor Society Frank Kitzpatrick Department Chairman B.S. , M.S. Roosevelt University University ofWisconsin Bonnie Bidzer BA. Michigan State University Kenneth Drum B.S. Carthage College Robert Keick MA. University of Pittsburgh University of Connecticut PTA Open House Ewald Grosshuesch B.A., M.S. State College of Iowa Northern Illinois University Mary Howell B.S. Carthage College Spectuim Business Education Darrell Smith li.S, Soudieni Illinois University Assistant Swimming (loach Dorothv Wise B.S. Eastern Ilhnois University Myrtle Zclke B.Ed. Wisconsin State College English " Does she or doesn ' tshe--know wiiattliatshorthaaduutline mean wonders Mr. Feick. Katherine Kennedy Department (Ihairman M.S. University ol Wisconsin Richard Antes B.S., NLS. University of Wisconsin Lucille Barnes B.A.. MS. University of Illinois Mt. Holyoke College Martha Bauer B.A. Northwestern University Edmund Berek B.A., MA. DePaul University Frank C alzaretta B.A. DePaul University Technical Direaor for Thespians Technical Director for Redskins ' Revue Elinor Davenhill Foreign Exchange Teacher B. A. Honours London University Regina Drake B.A. Hofstra Universilv " That ' s a gerund? " wonders Miss Golden. Marlenc Keichtner B.A. Lewis College Leon Fox B.A. Menlo College Northwestern University Junior Cabinet William Geisniann B.A, MA. Loyola University Wesley an Spectrum Ginger Golden B.S. Northwestern University Forensics Pep Club Richard Gragg BA., MA. University of Illinois Apotheosis Arts Club Lorraine Hatscher B.Ed., MA. Illinois Slate Normal University Washington University James Knaak B.S. MA. University of Illinois Thomas Koerner B.A, MA. lona College St. John ' s University Westward Thomas McMahon B.A, MA. St. John ' s University University of Chicago Kobcrl MasitTs U.A. Nortluvcstcrii riii ' ersity I ' liiiinas Meier B.A., M.A. Del ' aul University Krosli Kootball ' ;irsitv ' I ' rack I ' riscilla Xorling B.A. Ndrlli I ' ark College Aiigeline l anus U.S. ill Ed. MS. in Ed. Nortliern Illinois University Senior ( " abinet Sheila Priester M.A.T. St. Marys of Notre Dame Nortliwestern L ' niversity Parepa Rice A.B., M.A. University of Michigan James Richtcr B.S. Northwestern University Rochelle Samuels B.S. Northwestern University Carroll Stein A.B.,M.A. Pembroke College Northwestern University Ronald VanArsdale A.B., M.A. Butler University State University of Iowa Redskins ' Re ue Co-sponsor Speech Activities James Van Ddinder B.A., MS. University of Illinois Eastern Illinois University Debate Sally Warren A.B., M.A. Washington University Ellen Widen B.A.,M.A.T. Northwestern University Robert Wolf Ph.B. Northwestern University Spotlighters Eileen Zelznick B.S. Northwestern University National Thespian Society All-School Productions Terese Klinger Departineiit Chairman A.M. University of Chicago Kiehard Bean H.. ., M.A. li iUes C ollege University of Chicago Spanish Club Rosemar}- Beil B.A.,M.A. Muiidelein College Northwestern University George Brink B.A. Roosevelt University Susan Cleveland B.A. Northwestern University Freshman Cabinet Sandra P rikson M.A. Diplome Superieur Bradley University Sorbonne Foreign Language Doinitila Garcia MA. Ignacio Agranionte University, Caiba Mary Hoffman A.B. Miindelein Coilege Sophomore Cabinet N ' est-ce pas? .l ;. .v E ricks on Horst Huber li.A. Roosevelt University German Club 58 Jill Linn li.S. NortlnvestLTii LIniversity Hiissiiin (Hub Barbara Mozan A.li. Colltge of Si. Francis Gertruclt O ' Reilly BA., M.A. Rosary College Loyola University Cecil Sachcr B.A.. MA. Western Reserve University Freiicli Club Marjory Sdivvab A.B..M.A. Vassar College Columbia University Latin Club Irma Stefanini BA. Rosarv College Tri-Hi-V Mrs. Schumpert struggles to identify an anonymous paper. Home Arts Alice Line _ Depanment Chairman S B.S.,M.A. k Stephen College f k University of Nebraska HP H Peggy Honn Win ' ' ' M B.S.,M.Ed. University of Illinois Ingenue Ik J . wS KH i Jayne Schumpert I B P l t» J B5. ' v Oklahoma State University I HI v jHmm S M Mathematics Bruce Sorcnsen B.S., MS. Stoul Stale College Nortliern Illinois University John W ' interhaller US Stoul State College Radio and Electronics Club Jack Lain Department Chairman H.S.M.A, Nortliern Illinois University ( ' olorado State University Sophomore Football Coach Ka nioiid Carrell B.S.olEd., MA.olEd. Eastern Illinois University l ' iii ' ersits ' of Illinois Robert J aneczko B.S. Stout State College Industrial Arts James Martin Department Chairman B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed., M.S. Soudiern Illinois University Uni ' ersitv of Illinois Math Club Carol Bennett B.S. St. Olaf College Indiana University Bridge Club A piece of coinplex machinery careiullv studies Mr. Sorensen. Marjorie Carlson B.S. in Ed., M.S. Northern Illinois Um ' ersity Syracuse University Joseph Cech B.S., M.S. Indiana University W illiani Dodson B.S.,M.Ed. Iowa State University Pennsylvania State University Lee I ' avlatos Lake Forest College Albert Kanibis B.S., M.S. Indiana Slate University ortheni Illinois University Dennis Fillinian B.A. State College of Iowa Junior ' arsitv Basketball ( oacli Diana LaMar B.A. Alverno College Richard Marr RS..M.S. Biill State Teachers College Purdue L ' niversity Miriam Metz B.A. Universit ' of Michigan Bnice Mitchell B.S.inEd., MAI. Northern Ilhnois University Uni ' ersiiv of Tennessee Charles Mitchell B.S.,M.S. DePaul University Purdue University Mr. Martin waits expectantly for the solution to an obviously difficult problem. I ' rances Williams U.S., M.S.inEd. Sdiithern Illinois University University of Illinois Harry Witzgall H.S. Millikin University (-hess Club David Schlichting B.A. North I ' ark College Marilyn Somnierfeld B5. I ' niversity of Illinois Future Teachers Ralph VViedl B.S.MA. Loyola University Music Hugh McGee Department Chairman B.M£., MM.E. Murray State College University of Illinois Vivace Music Production Charles Groeling B.M.E., M.M.E. Drake University Northwestern University Stage Band . Ak " Watt until we try this on out on choir! " ; chuckle Mr. Groeling and Mr. McGee. Hans Andersen Deparlnienl Cliairnian Bi:d..M.S Wisconsin State (aillege University of Micliigaji Mary Anderson B.A. Nortliwestern University Ushers Club Arthur Bonardi B.A, MS. Purdue Universitv William Cover B.S.. M.A..M.S.T. Ohio State University Universitv of Missouri Head Sophomore Football Coach Ifead Sophomore Baseball Coach Dennis Cunningham B.A. University of Iowa Biologv Club Science Fair Robert Hanrahan B.S., M.A. Notre Dame University Dennis Hoeppner B.S. State University of Iowa Frosh-Soph. Tennis Coach George Kiclwasser BS..MA. Michigan State Universitv Sophomore Basketball Varsity Tennis Richard Kissack B.A., M.S. State University of Iowa Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Science Seminar Science Taking lime out from an explanation, Mr. Kissack inspeas the damage one of his students has just done to himself in the lab. L. B. • i No M ' j K C ' j S ' ■ (. t» Rb S- Y V Cr W Ralph Lyeria B.S. Carthage College Southern Illinois University Freshman Football Ernest Salners M.S. Kansas State Teachers ' College Bruce Snyder B.S. Wisconsin Slate College Science Seminar Raymond Stonecipher B.S., M.A. Northern Illinois University Ohio State University James Strnad B.S.,M.S. Illinois State Normal University Loyola University James Winkleman B.S., M.S. Southern Illinois University Mr. Lyeria delves into the archives of the Science Department. Social Studies Edward Brufke Departnioit Chairman B.A., MA., M.Ed. Loyola University " It ' s Academic " Team Charles P. Anderson B.S. University ol Wisconsin Junior Varsity Baseball Coach Ticket Director George Beniaris M.A. University of Chicago Gerald Boevers B.A„M.A. Nonhwesteni University Kcilli Dickinson M.A. University of Iowa John Fabri B.S., MS. North Carolina State College Universitv of Illinois Assistant Frosh Football Coach Head Varsity Golf Coach Rosemary Fuerst B.S., MA. Loyola University Future Teachers John Gault Th.B.,M.A. Northwestern Baptist College Northwestern University Blaine Gemeny B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed. Illinois State Normal University Student Union Board " We the people . . . " Mr. Stoke John Handzel A.B., .M.S. DePaul University Indiana University NI-WE-HI Booster Club Nancy Haskins MA. University of Chicago Daniel Hill A£.,Mj . University of Michigan Aisstant Ticket Manager mjkmM Walter John B.S.,. LA. University of Illinois University of Michigan Hi-Y Otto Karbusicky B.S. Northern Illinois University Arthur I ipold B.A., M.A. University of Wisconsin D ale Meyer B.S., MS. Northwestern University Northern Illinois University Beth Miller B5. University of Wisconsin Fay Paras B.A., MA. Northwestern University Student Council £ J Km William Paulsen William Robinson Nancy Rogers B.A., MA. B.A. BA.,MA. State College of Iowa Evansville College University of Rochester Head Junior Varsity Football Coach Track Coach Northwestern University Frosh Basketball Coach Pauline Schmidt B.S.,M.S. University of Illinois Ohio Slate University H arry Stokes A.B.,M.A. University of Illinois University of Colorado Boys ' Physical Education ; I ' hipps J. Department Chiurnuui B£d.,M.S. Eastern Illinois University Indiana University ' ;irsity Baseball John Armour B.S. in Ed. Eastern Illijrois University Gymnastics Michael Basrak B.S. in Ed.,M.A. Duquesne University Indiana University Head Eootball Coach Frosh-Soph Golf Coach George Bauer BS. inEd., M£d. Southern Illinois University University of Illinois Head Frosh Football Coach Head Frosh Baseball Coach Winter Intramural Director John Burkel B.S. Indiana University Varsity Gymnastics Coach Arnold Cajet B.S.,MEd. University of Illijiois Swimming Coach Ndes West Guard Club ' Over the net, OVER the net, " reminds Mr. Whitlatch. Darrell Conway B.A.,M.A. State College of Iowa Stale University of Iowa Head Varsity Track Coach Varsity Football Coach William Schnurr B.S., M.S. University of Wisconsin Varsity Basketball Coach Assistant Varsitv Football Coach John Cress B.P.E., B.S., M.S. American College of Physical Education University of Illinois University of Kansas Soph. Cross Country Coach Michael Skuban B5. in Ed., MA. of Ed. Wittenberg College Kent State University Frosh Wrestling Intramural Director Rex Whidatch B.S., MS. University of Illinois Football Trainer Soph. Wrestling Coach Francis Willetl B.S. in Ed. Northeast Missouri State Teachers College Varsity Football Line Coach Freshman Basketball Coach Joan Peters B.A. State College of Iowa G.A.A. Advisor Betty Schniitz B.S. DePaul University Orchesis Barbara Stift B.S. DePaul University Pep Club Assistant Aqua Sprites Sponsor Assistant G.A.A. Gymnastics Sponsor Lucile Swift B.S., M.S. University of Michigan Indiana University Assisting G.A.A. Intramurals Carol Sunika B.S. in Ed. Northern Illinois University Girls Interscholastic Gymnastic Team Marie Wise B.S. University of Wisconsin G.A.A. Bowling Jan Gund Department Chairman B.S.,M.A.. Ph.D. Lindenwood College State University of Iowa Sharon Anderson B.S. Wisconsin State College Junior Orchesis Patricia Clinton B.A. State College of Iowa Aqua Sprites G.A.A. Swimming Barbara Kitts B.S. Boston University Girls Interscholastic Tennis and Badminton Katherine Hameder B.S. University of Illinois ' arsitv Cheerleaders Joanne Morris B.S. Illinois State Normal University F ' reshman, Sophomore Cheerleaders Girls ' Physical Education James Ketdeborough Department Chairman B.S., M.S. Illinois State Nonnal University University of Illinois Charles R. Anderson B.S. University of Michigan Varsity Wrestling Coach John Harmon A.B., M.S. McKendree College University of Illinois Varsity Cross Country Coach Drivers ' Education Robert Porter B.S., M.Ed. University of Illinois Junior Varsity Wrestling Coach James Rooney P.H.B.,M.S. ofEd. Illinois W ' esleyan University . ortliern Illinois University .Assistant Junior ' arsitv Football Coach Assistant Krosh Baseball Coach Yvonne Carlson A.B., M.Ed. VVheaton College University of Kansas Lauretta Haerr B.S., M£d. University of Missouri Constance Halbach B5.C.,M.A. State University of Iowa University of Michigan Donald Harper B.S.,M.S. Indiana University University of Chicago Leo Hooshne BS., MA. Bemidji State College Northwestern University Willard Larson A.B.,M.A. Augustana College Washington University Robert Redig B A., MA., MA. St. Mary ' s College University of Minnesota Michigan State University Jean Shelton B.S., M5. Indiana Universitv Harry Sortal RA.,MA. St. Louis University Northwestern University Tom Thomas B.A.,M.A. State University of Iowa Wayne Wigell B5.,M5.,Ed.D. Eureka College Illinois State Normal University University of Illinois Instructional Communication Co-ordinator Hal Cress BA. Slate Collcgt of Iowa Health Center (Cecelia McKinimon R.N., B.S.N., M.Ed. St. Francis Hospital School of Nursing Loyola Universit ' Future Nurses Club Eileen Springer R-N. Loyola LIni ' ersity Reading Specialist Sandra ' riuniander BA.,MA. Carleton College LIniversity of Chicago Homebound Instruction Robert iiaiidelier B.S. UniversitN ' ol Missouri Eileen Nahnt B.A. Lhiiversity ol Illinois i lonie Instruction loot Newsletter Social Workers Carl Field B.A., M.A. Augusttina College University of Chicago Mary Rosenthal Ph.B., M.SAV. I jyola LIniversity Librarians Kent Followell B.S.. M.S.L.S. W ' heaton College L ' niversit ' of Illinois Helen Porten B.A., A.ML.S. DePanl Lhiiversity L ' ni ersit ' of Michigan Eleanor Shaevsky B.S.inEd., M.S. in Ed. ' a -ne Stale L ' nivcrsily School Psychologist Speech Correction Special Education :a-i ' Leonard McDaniel B.A., M.A. Carson-Novman College MacMurray College Diane Suckow B.A.,M.A. Ripon College Northwestern University Debate Girls Timers Club Alan Baiter B.S., M.S. University of Illinois Secretarial Staffs Main Office Secretaries BACK ROW; H. McGinnis, C. McCann, D. Scanlon, E. Zehnle. B. Novotny, R. Oswald. FRONT ROW: M. iMaggio, S. Froese, D. Krarup, M. Thomas. Business Office Secretaries Central Office Secretaries BACK ROW: L. Gould, H . Snyder, F. Shaffer, R. Pryka. FRONT ROW: E. Comitor, L. Norris. BACK ROW: L. Lubin, F. Stacy, J. Slollery, A. Pazen, M. Marshall. FRONT ROW: S. Pearl. H. [ohnson. IBM Clerks LEFT TO RIGHT: P. Bolan, J. Poleyn. Guidance Secretaries LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Golden, E. Kaiser Clerical Staffs Attendance Office Clerks LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Cairo, S. Canaday, B. Hanson. Library Clerks LEFT TO RIGHT: B. Blum, J. Kalman, S. Szymanski. 72 y ' l tfrij wf Kv ' . " vm Maintenance Staff BACK ROWiH.Tetzke, H.OUmann.V. Mozek,J. Van Nuys, F. Walker, A. Ross. FRONT ROW: D. Dinelli, F. Lewicki, D. Taldone, D.Johnson. Maintenance and Cafeteria Staffs Not rain, nor snow, nor leaking water pipes, nor burnt-out fuses can upset our efficient maintainance staff. Less dramatic, but equally necessary is tfie daily after-school cleaning which the classrooms and halls receive in order to keep the building neat and pleasant. The cafeteria staff prepares nutritious and delicious meals from breakfast, 3B, to dinner 5B, and the amazing thing is that they ' re all lunch. Students need nourishment in order to work, and the smiling ladies of the cafe- teria staff do their utmost to satisfy nearly 3,000 individual appetites daily. Cafeleria Staff BACK ROW: F. Ciolini, E. Anderstrom, R. Robeno,. I. Sinkule, A. . Iiiz, V. Novotny, L. Bowman, R. Duren, S. Donelly. THIRD RO V:H.Binzer. A.Racana.A. Kluesing, C. Helman, J. Randall, H. .Meyers, J. Larson, . I. VanGrimbergen. SECO.N ' D ROW: L. Sheridan, E. Kerley.C. Borchert, E. Fountaine, J. Weimer, R. Feld- pausch. FIRST ROW: I. Bergstrom, V. Killey, . I. . emanich, L. Schwegel, E. . Ic. eill. 73 7 ctivities Criss-cross, j Applesauce. No one else can play with us. No. Wait. It ' s different, now. You come, too. LAST ROW: D. Majestic (Senior Co-Editor), K. . byes (Special Events Co-Editor), K. Skidmore (Faculty Editor), L. Graham (Activities Editor), D.Greenberg( Editor-in-Chief), R. Immergluck (Underclassmen Editor) M. Westphal (Special Events Co-Editor), L. Zaidler (Senior Co-Editor); FIRST ROW; B. Berlin (Academic Editor), G. Gordon (Uterary Co-Editor), H. Waldman (Literary Co-Editor), G. Tortorella (Index Editor) NotPichired: A. Levine ( Business Manager). Spectrum It is not completely true that the yearbook staff is a kind of play therapy. It is, however, true, that the yearbook, like slavery, is a " peculiar institution, " demanding not only high- minded ideals and integrity of expression, but also the ability to spell administration correctly at least three out of five times. With these things in mind, it is also interesting to note that die yearbook is a business venture involving sufficient funds to put one person dirough any college in the United States. Insanity is not necessary, but it helps. Sjmtrum editors discuss a layout. Standing: D, Greenberg ( Editor-ui-Chief ), S. Spitz (Assistant Sports Editor). Seated: L. Graham (AcUviUes Editor), B. Berlin (Academic Editor). Asislant Editors STANDING: S. Enenstem( Assis- tant Activities Editor), C. Work (Assistant Business Manager). SEATED: S. Spitz (Assistant Sports Editor), M Lenell (Assis- tant Underclassmen Editor). General Staff LAST ROW: R. Ross, C. Bach, P. Marz, K. Johnson. FIRST ROW: B. Frazin, E. Gold- stein, S. Karoff. Typing Staff J.Saflarskl, B.Krooth, S.Domoracki. West Word The West Word, humorously referred to as " The Rag " and " The Voice of the Student at Niles West, " comes out once every two weeks. It is run by a staff of editors, associ- ate editors, photographers, and artists who work seventh period every day. Through news columns and reports, West Word offers information to the student body. The West W o v recently won an award from the National Scho- lastic Press Association, commending it as an outstanding high school newspaper. Co-Editors-in-Chief J.Myles and E.Honnet West Word staff works on an issue en masse. STANDING: D. Pearlmah, S. Spitz, J.Myles, E.Honnet, R. Sterner, J.Goldfeder, R. Kitsos. SEATED: E. Newman, R. Ross. Not Pictured: K. Lencho. Co-Sports- Editors R. Kitsos and S. Spitz. ■Ill LAST ROW; D. Levy, H. Goss, C. Moore. FOURTH ROW: MSilvert, J.Tunkl, B. Konopka, H. HUlary. B. Zimmerman, A. Olsberg. THIRD ROW: C. Anderson (Board), J. Bosly, C. Cockrell (Publicity Chairman), A. Levine(Historian), N.Schaffner,L.Hulteen,L.Johnson. SECOND ROW: F. Tucker, N. Novak (President), R. Medak (Secretary), J. Hollberg (Treasurer), Mr. Gragg (Sponsor), J. Fisher. FIRST ROW: S. Novick, J. Kurti, C. Work, K. Tsunetta(Board), J. Westphal. Arts Club Apotheosis Culture is a vague word, one that can be interpreted in many ways. Arts Club tries to emphasize and define culture by presenting weekly programs that feature the Seven Lively Arts. This year, members have also taken trips to the Civic Opera House, McCormick Place, and many Chicago theatres. The Arts Club definition of culture includes, as it should, everything from folk- singing to architecture. Creative writing must be understood to beappreciated. The members of Apotheosis, the NilesWestliterary guild, try to further it by holding two creative writing contests annually--one for freshmen, and one for the entire student body. The winning manuscripts are published in the Apotheosis magazine, and thewritersofthesemanuscrlpts are invited to join this honorary organization. LASTROW:L. SUberman.J. Dennis, R.KaycD. Upman, S. Barnow. SECOND ROW: T. Nyberg, L. Soffer, N. Karch( Vice-President), J. Barth (Publicity Co-Chairman), L.Graham (Publicity Co-Chairman), M Norris. FIRST ROW: Mr. Gragg (Sponsor), C. Cockrell (President), B. Newman (Secretary), K. Dunster (Treasurer). STANDING: Mr. Blackburn (Sponsor), I. Goldfarb, S. Novick (Secretary). SEATED: L. Cohen, R. Constantino (President), K. DaJl (Vice-President). Art Council The Artists ' Colony of Niles West meets in room 300. Actually, Art Council is a hard- working and litde known club, dedicated to furthering art appreciation. The members of this organization select and prepare pictures for display in various exhibits throughout the school. They also try to improve their own artistic appreciation and understanding. LAST ROW: R. Loby, A. Shaffer, B. Truesdell, R. Richey. THIRD ROW: P. Moras, M. Schmidt, H. Sandroff, M. Kreitsik. SFXOND ROW: C. Virag, K. Lach. FIRST ROW: A. Goldberg, D. Green, G. Kolodzilc, M. Wedge. STANDING: J. Thompson. A. V. A. With the large number of audio-visual teaching aids in use at West, it is necessary to have a staff of trained personnel to operate and service the equipment. The Instructional Com- munications Center is also in the process of building a library of records, tapes, and films. Future Nurses Nursing is one of the noblest professions, and the Future Nurses ' Club of Niles West offers girls an oppor- tunity to explore the field of nursing as a life ' s work. Through bi-monthly meetings and participation in service projects, students can increase their knowledge of nursing and its requirements. The club sponsors a Christmas party to which parents are invited, an annual pinning ceremony, and a May tea. A relatively high precentage of its members enters die field of professional nursing. Officers: K. MiU( Secretary ), N.Grauman( Vice-President),]. Clauson (Treasurer), J. Ostergaard (Corresponding Secretary), M , nderson ( [ ' resident). LAST ROW: G. Wemlkoff, W. Zemanslcy, A. Nikolaylio, T. Martorano, A. Weinstein, L. Lubin, D. Newton, G. Talias, L. Cohn, K. Scaturo. FOURTH ROW: H. Levin, S. Volgelman, S. Clyman, E. Goldberg, D. Rifkin, M. Ross, M Adelson, J. Graham, P.Gray.G. Kipp. THIRD ROW: D. Doniger, C. Bairn, A. Bontze, S. Tobi- ansky, R. Kalman, D. I-eusch, L. I wrence, J. I elir, L. Forst, L. Heftnian. SECOND ROW: C. Mclnnes, J. Dawson, E. Freed, L. Klatch, K. Popp,S.Lieberman, G. Kalmis, G. Kaufman, C. French, . I. Herman. FIRST ROW: L. Plass, G. Fisher, C. David (Vice-President), E. Ekstein (Treasurer), C. Zablocky (Secretary), S. Johnson (President), S. Dimschultz, N. Schmidt. F. T. A. Teaching is more than " reading, ' riting, and ' rithmetic, faculty teas, and grade cards. The members of the Pedagogues, the Niles West chapter of the Future Teachers of Amer- ica, learn about teaching through practice. F. T. A. conducts a student tutoring program and also sponsors a Teachers ' Aid program, in which students help teachers in such tasks as correcting papers and typing tests. The members take trips, t oo, and hear speakers about their favorite profession. 81 LAST ROW; D. Koehler,K.WaUies,J.Rust,E. Stengl, K. Peterson, L. Nelson, G. Janse, S. Sager, A. Gabriel, C. Johnson, M Lindberg, E. Goldberg, S. Mader. SECOND ROW: B. Johnson, J. EUers, J. Trobridge, L. Seligman, P. Walter, B. Konopka, L. Hartman, M Cohen, C. SchUd, H. Perrl, A. Mau, H. Thompson. FIRST ROW; C. Work, L.Lvin,R.Medak, C.French, A. Rossman, M Molinaro, J. Ryden, B. Peterson, A. Barrash, G. Fisher, D. Friedman, Mr. McGee. AT PIANO: N. Doyle, N. Esterl. Choir LAST ROW: P. Cinman, R. Olson, S. ChUds, J. Goldfeder, A. Levine, A. Gabriel, B. Ahrens, E. Stengl, L. Bennett, J. Kaplan, M Harris, F. Diamond, J. Arpan, J. Johnson, B. Sirkin, M. Rudowicz, A. Welnstein, S. Shiner, M. Sass, K. Wallies,J. Rust, J. Kliphardt, K. Gray. THIRD ROW; B. Johnson, C. Work, L. Denley, P. Walter, S. DeCorrevont, H. Sherman, L. Peterson, J. Duren, M. Chechopoulos, T. Wasmund, R. Flodin, D. Ellis, L.Miller, K.Kenny, L.Killey.J. Thompson, B. Arpan, P. Bateman, V. Davis, L. Hartman, J. Filers, J. Wetmore, J. Cooper. SECOND ROW: A. Mau, L. Porazinski, B. Cowen, S. Jacobs, T. Karp, P. Powell, E. Konopka, J. Heinz, J. Lees, S. Cuder, M. Reitman, E. Servillo, B. Gilbert, J. Dahl, P. Rotheiser, M. Cohen, J. Schuman, L. Seligman. FIRST ROW: M Hilfman, D. Friedman, A. Tischler, B. Zimmerman, E. Gallen, E. Mudi,W.Witter,J.Bryant,K.Wiig,D. Stein, D. Berliner, R. Heller, I. Weiss, C. Schild, H. Perrl, J. HoSberg, D. Dahl, M. Molinaro, Mr. McGee. AT PIANO; H. Thompson, N. Doyle. Music Throughout the year, the Music Department provides delightful, entertaining programs for the benefit of the school and the community. The Christmas program, the musical, and the May Fe stival represent the combined efforts of the entire department. Vivace, West ' s selective girls ' choir, is responsible for much of the prestige connected with the Music Department through its concerts at the meetings, conventions, and banquets of local organizations. Our fine Marching Band, through its many appearances during the season and in local parades, also helps to make public the accomplishments of the department. Music students at West are given every opportunity and encourage- ment--from their initiations in music education in Girls ' Glee, Mixed Chorus, and Intermediate Band to the culmination of their training in Choir, Vivace, Orchestra, Concert Band, and Stage Band. LAST ROW: K. Shellist, C. Senii. S. Bonetti,]. Feldpausch, S. Elias, R. Karpman, Mr. McGee, C. Darsch, D. Leaply. THIRD ROW: J. Bonelti, B. Evers, P. Eulberg, D. Philip, B. Flasch, C. Hidaka, K, Ginler, R. Stein- berg, S.Perr, MZar, R. Nelson, MCiordon, . L Hanson, R. Turner, D. Douglas, S. Hanson. SECOND ROW: R. Decker, K. Tritschler, P. Vamaguclii, ( " . Fisher, M Niclas, C. Werner, L. Brown, ( ' ,. Meszaros, S. Merniel, L. Keller,]. Kufler, C. Woods, J. Truesdale.W. Taylor. FIRST ROW: G. Peterson, S. Spitz, ,U Mits, A. May, N. Novak, G. Gordon, S. Bernsteiji, J. Tritschler, R. Silvertrust. Orchestra Concert Band LAST ROW: L. Wilson, J. Feldpausch, L. Burkhardt, J. Wehrmacher, G. Thoma, W. Merriman, A. Bers, W. Von Gillern, R. Nelson, L Gordon, M Zar, M. Spikings, J. Harrmann, R. Anderson, Mr. Groeling, R. Herr- mann, K. Lencho, D. Miller, S. Elias,R.Karpman, M Rooney, L. Freel, T. Burkhardt, R. Turner, M Hansen (President). TH Hi D R()W:J. Thommes, J. Clauson( Secretary ' ).B. Dale, D. Anderson, H. Simon, K. Spikings, S. Shiim, J. Pentland, C. Williams, D. Nelson, P. Angelino, R. Steinber g, S. Perr, R. Harvey, J. Bookwalter, P. Hain. SECOND ROW: D. Alex, S. Albert, T. Asher, S. Shlim, L. Wojakowski, M Geller, S. Kempf, M Maro, L. Waladis, C. Woods, R. Uzzo, M Place, R. Gill, J. Conrad. FIRST ROW: G. Gordon, N. Novak (Student Conductor), S. Bernstein, L. Keller, G. Meszaros,S. Mermel (Treasurer), D. Spitz, J. Kuffer, E. Hal- verson, L. Brown. 85 Intermediate Band LAST ROW: T. Powal, S. Michael, C. Hogan, J. Russo, C. Franz, M. Martindale, R. Davis, J. Carter, L. Burk- hardt, Mr. Groeling, R. Huen, G. Horvat, L. Siedband, V. Linder, J. Kristof, C. Fanaras, J. Puccinelli, J. Kor- nelly, C. Barron, E. Heinrich, D. Marshak, A. Rechter- man, D. Drier, R. Ermillio, R. Fish. THIRD ROW: A. Spieler, L. Koran, H. Priess, M List, L. Cohen, S. Dan- tuma, R. Schw artz, S. Hexom, T. Pettinatto, S, Waller, W. Brandt, L. Rust, J. Hawkins, S. Kimura, R. Henricks, R. Sonnenblum, G. Klopp, D. Sonne, B. Levine, J. Adams, G. Topper, N. Van Brundt, M Rockoff. SECOND ROW: B. Davis, S. Gregory, B. Babb, R. Wozniak, T. Young, T. Allison, R. Erickson, S. Kempf, S. Floyd, C Butzbach, C. Rooney, D. Neubauer, J. Ritter, D. Boruck, J. Loeppert, J. Kruse, J. Kirke. FIRST RQW: V. Siegel- man, S. Dabbert, S " Johnson, E. Belokon, W. Cornelius, H. Simon, B. Gelfand, B. Jensen, W. Adael, S. Katz, J. Lange, J. Graham. LAST ROW: M. Lamberty, D. Halteman, E. Taylor, M Borowski, D. Hagemann, M Bennett, S. Phipps, C. Cedar, H. Richardson, S. Sepesy, M. Gale, M Haffner, J. Puccinelli, C. Scully, A. Lapins, T. Trippichio, M. Marsh. FOURTH ROW: A. Freschke, C. Klein, S. Lieberman, S. ChUds, B. Goetz, C. Pearson, T. Martorano, ■M. Perlstein, S. Baum, S. Wishnoff, J. Brice, S. Maslovitz, J. Engebretson, F. Ehrhardt, A. Weiss, K. Kuhn, M. Glickman. THIRD ROW: L. Christiansen, L. Nixon, S, Shandling, G. Zimmerman, R. Kovac, T. Nyberg, C. Sorenson, D. Schlossar, E. GUbert, D. Greene, J. Trowbridge, C. Lenzen, B. Herdrlch, M Tester, K. Get- chius, J. Walter, H.Jaeger, Mr. McGee. SECOND ROW: E. Bell, S. MQIs, C. Ribach, G. Kaufman, J. Steffen, I. Bolnick, D. Gauthier, J. Horan, C. Kahn, F. Lembecke, W. Alder. FIRST ROW: D. Lazar, S. Bartuce, P. Wynn, B. Johnson, J. EUenwood, L. Levin, R. Landsman, H. Seidman, C. Lang, S. Franks, R. Triplctl. Mixed Chorus Stage Band LAST ROW: M. Spikings, A. Bers.M. Gordon, M Zar, W. Von Caiern, G. Thoma, J. Wehrmacher, L. Rust. SECOND ROW: S. Elias, L. Wilson, R. Ermilio, L. Fred, T. Burkhardt, R. Turner, M. Hansen. FIRST ROW: J. Bookwalter, C. Woods, J. Conrad, L. Keller, R. Harvey. Girls ' Glee LAST RO W: N. Rehwauldt, S. DeRudder, N. Strauss, G. Janse, B. Rabe, N. Arnold, M Hite, K. Johnson, M Hazell, L. Repke, J. Bradford, C. Kemp. FOURTH ROW: P. Shainer, E. Smith, S. Mader, E. Lynch, D. Koehler, E. Supanc, K. Dunster, L. Nelson, L. Herman, L. Maltz, S. Sager. THIRD ROW: N. Olson, C. Moore, L. Baumhardt, C. French, S. Tobiansky, B. Cooper, P. Nelson, S.Peter- son, A. Barrash, Mr. McGee. SECOND ROW: S. Goldberg, E. Feinberg, V. Chamberlain, S. Lucas, C. Weil, T. Katznelson, J. Pogue, S. Winslow, S. Sweadner, J. Faintuch. FIRST ROW: S. Cragg, B. Holland, R. Berman, S. Kamhi, L. Weinberg, E. Goldberg, M Mul- ford, B. Strimpel National Honor Society Almost every student wants to be a member of National Honor Society, a nationwide association which rewards students of outstan- ding scholarship, character, service, and leadership. Membership is a privilege, as only asmallprecentage of the junior and senior classes is selected each year. New members are initiated in a moving candle-light- and-roses ceremony. LAST ROW: A. Karlin, R. Zager, C. Chang, C. Murlas, D. Lipman, P. Van Eikren. SECOND ROW: H. Thompson, R. Sterner, J. Myles, R. Bulster, J. Kliphardt, M Westphal. FIRST ROW; D. Chikaraishi, H. Waldman, N. Tani, C. Van Deusen, S. Grigg. Almost every facet of ' dramatic interest is represented by the members of Thespians. This organization includes students devoted to acting itself, who perform in the all-school productions; students whose main association with drama is backstage, through crew work; and students fascinated by sound and lighting effects. Members gain valuable experience, and equally valuable points toward membership in the honorary society of National Thespians, through club workshops and dramatic presen- tations. Thespians LAST ROW: A. Friedman, A. Fischer, K. Dunster, M Head, R. Ross, M. Rudowicz, J. Conrad, J Arpan, B. Sirkin, M Chechopoulos, B. Freeman, S. Shiner, D. Pearlman. SIXTH ROW: K. De Santis, D. Hirsch, B. Gilbert, B. Herman, S. Levin, R. Lang, D. Merrill, B. Derman, G. Servillo J. Pogue, S. Schlim. FIFTH ROW: A. Kaplan, I. Goldman, C. Bach, S. Jones, K. Lain, H. Sherman L. Berman, B. Baum, J. Blum, S. Stone, D. Alex, M. Lenell, D. Levy. FOURTH ROW: M. Harvls J. Netzky, J. Menkin, S. Tobiansky, M. Oehler, S. Lerner, L. Lloyd, L. Jones, P. Bolotin, B. Smith D. Goch, P. Yamaguchi. THIRD ROW: I. Weiss, Mr. Calzaretta (Technical Director), G. Zimmer man, L. Miller (Treasurer), D. Bantz (Vice-President), J. Goldfeder (President), L. Seligman (Re cording Secretary), J. DeLove (Recorder), Mrs. Zelznick (Sponsor), I. Sherman. SECOND ROW J. Kerman, R. Schreiber, S. Vincent, C. Brown, P. Slepyan, A. Rossman, B. Strimple, J. Hoffberg E. Neubauer. FIRST ROW: L. Flammini, B. Holland, H. Waldman, A. Levine, B. Zimmerman, H Semiloff, M Hilfman. v ■.c-- ' 6 a , ' r ■vr:--. Spotlighters The spotlight, the limelight, the footlights-however it is described, acting attracts many people. Fresh- men and sophomores satisfy their desires for playing a part by participating in Spodighters, a drama organization which provides experience and enjoyment for its members. This year ' s Spodighters production, " Quarto, " was enjoyed by guests who spent an entertaining evening watching 4 one-act plays. LAST ROW: K. Beu, A. Lapens, S. Dabbert, R. Zaitlen, K. Lein, P. Alones. THIRD ROW; J. Carlson, B. Holland, B. Hirsch, C. Libkin, M. Gelder, S. Lucas, S. Colbert. SECOND ROW: A. Steinberg, S. Lieberman, E. GUbert, B. Mocking,]. Shapiro, B. Goldberg. FIRST ROW: K. Dunster (President), B. Rabe (Treasurer), L. Shiner ( Secretary ), R. Wineberg. Debate LAST ROW: Mr. Van Delinder (Sponsor), D. Krolik, D. Stein, B. Kuhn, K. Koral, N. Katz, D. Segal, K. Getsla, J. Bregman, K. Hobbs. FIRST ROW: A. Warady, R. Gordon, J. Horwitz, E. Kaplan, J. Gordon, I. Bolnick, R. Peterson, T. Roberts. The art of thinking on one ' s feet is practiced by people in many walks of life, but to the debator it is especially important. Not only must these students be able to think quickly and logically, but they need poise and speech-making ability. These qualities are developed through the various debates and speech meets in which the squad participates. Biology Club This year, in honor of the former head of the Science Department, Biology Club presented the first annual Florence Harrison Award to the student with the most excellent science project report. Biology Club is made up of science-minded students and five honorary adult members. Lectures, laboratory demonstrations, and films highlight the weekly meetings. As Chapter 1609 of the Future Scientists of America, this group is dedicated to the furthering of knowledge and interest in biological sciences. LAST ROW: M I.auer, R. Timmel, G. Filko, R. Zaitler, S. Young. SECOND ROW: G. Kleinman, W. Wittek, M Ellen, M Kaniuk, S. Einstein, A. Landerman, M Rowe. FIRST ROW: iMr. Winlerhalier ( Sponsor), S. Rothblatt ( President), S. Peters (Vice-President). L; ST ROW: D. Nelson, L. Hosenberg, J. Graff, A. Weiss, J. Kaplan, D. Square, C. Egel (Sargenl-atArms), R. Bernstein, H. Rammcl, E. Jones, R. Kink. FIRST ROW: M Krupnick (President), S. Honvitz ( ' ice-Presi- dent), M Harris ( Secretarj ' ), A. Sterner (Treasurer). Radio-Electronics Club While most teen-agers are merely listening to their radios, Radio-Electronics Club members are taking theirs apart, putting them together again, and learning Morse Code. When they have finished putting together their radios, they can use them to pickup theclub ' s amateur radio station. The members use this experience in the making of many other electrical projects. Aeronautical and Astronomy Club When not visiting a missle base or holding a star party, the Aeronautical and Astronomy Club is busy on its main projects which are the building of a telescope and the construction of several rockets. The Aeronautical and Astronomy Club is also responsible for the annual Miss Universe contest, alas! only the Niles West version. IjVST ROW: T. Kirke, G. Teacherson, L. Hasenberg. SECOND ROW: R. Davis, D. Nelson, R. Klodin. FIRST ROW: B. Hirsch, D. Pearlman, W. Heine. French Club Although they do not take planned trips to see Bardot movies, French Club members try to take advantage of every other opportunity to increase their understanding of their chosen language. This year they have attended a play put on by French actors, sponsored an annual banquet, and hosted a meeting of representatives from many local French clubs. French Club holds meetings to plan for these events. Officers.KlRST ROW: J. Kliphardt, R. Sterner. SECOND ROW: J. Liebling (Vice-President), J. Packer (President). FIRST ROW: L. Masover, D. Goch. AT SIDE: S. Mann. Ij ST ROW: M. Collons, S. Kaufer, B. Davis, K. Belokon, Miss Linn. FRONT ROW: J. Dorfman (Secretary), S. Enenstein (President), M SU- vert ( Vice-President ), L. Wojakowski. Russian Club Russian Club provides an opportunity for students to become acquainted with the cultural aspects of the Soviet Union. The activities of this club include: trips to the Bolshoi Ballet, Moscow Circus, Don Cossack Singers and the Soviet Graphic Arts Display in Milwaukee; folk dancing at a Russian Orthodox Church; and a Christ- mas party. The bi-monthly meetings feature guest speakers or Russian folk music. LAST ROW; J. W ' u, A. Sterner, W. Heiiie, E. Halverson, M Rosenbloom, R. Bolster, . L Braun. FIFTH ROW: R. Berkover, S. Horvitz, M Krupnik, J. Kaplan, L Rush- ner. FOURTH ROW: P. Melichar, N. Kauffman, L. Applebaum, B. Kuhn. THIRD ROW: P. Angelino. SECOND ROW: H. Lerman, M Izbicky, S. Albert, J. Rochman, P. Marz, R. Medak. FIRST ROW: J. Trit- schler, V. Otto (Treasurer), Mr. Huber (Sponsor), C. Chang (President). German Club Latin Club To the members of German Club, study of their language is not limited to the classroom. Through slides, lectures, and movies, they increase their understanding of modern Germany, its culture, and its colorful past. One of the high points of the year is the club ' s trip to a German restaurant. No student begins to understand or appreciate a foreign nation solely through language class. Through culture study, German Club aptly provides a supplement to interest in Deutschland. First Consul, Second Consul, Scriba, and Quaestor. This is not a cast list for Julius Caesar, but a list of the Latin Club officers. Through Latin Club, students gain a deeper insight into the unlimited contributions of Rome to western civilization. At the club ' s annual events--the Saturnalia party in December and the Roman banquet in the spring-members re-create Roman life. They also sponsor the sale of UNICEF Christmas cards as a service project. LAST ROW: J. Heischman, G. Meszaros, M. Pepper, E. Jacobs, J. Skelnik, F. Monaco, L. Jacobs. FOl ' RTH ROW: S. Carlson, R. Spencer, M Sass, T. Chikaraishi, . l Valente, M. Niclas, C. Hidaka, L. Cohen. THIRD ROW: J. DeLove, A. Keuper, S. Sager, J. Andrews, J. Ruggirello, M . letter, . I. Rosenberg. SECOND ROW: S. Lerner, .M Schwarz, J. Landberg, A. Kandell, S. Regula, S. Doppelt. FIRST ROW: P. Yamaguchi, T. Fors- berg(Treasurer), A.Guba(President), S. Hoheisel(Secretary), C. Szababy, .M Armatys. LAST ROW: D. Eisenberg, S. Lichtenstein, 1 ' . Putlerman, G. Wernikoff, J. Epstein, S. Grim, D. Halteman, . Kovalsky, P. Ritter. FOURTH ROW: J. Clark, D. Cohen, J. Simon, S. Rockoff, C. CaUner, A. Lustig, S. Bar- now, B. Frazin, J, Smith, J. Jagger. THIRD ROW: G. Hirshman, P. Markin, L. Tauster, L. Lawrence, S. Ler- ner, F. Braude, M. Harvis, J. Netzky, K. Tritschler, D. Leapley, J. Blum, F. Tropstein. SECOND ROW: C. Van Deusen (President), J. Brooks (Vice-President), K. Skidmore (Secretary), D. Blumenthal (Treasurer), W. Rand. FIRST ROW: I. Keene, M Berman, J. Shapiro, N. Blevitt, S. KaU, S. Lucas, J. Glassberg. Spanish Club Student Union Board Enchiladas, tacos, the Ballet Folklorico of Mexico, and Jose Greco are only a few of the things Spanish Club members have enjoyed this year. Diversified activities and guest speakers give the members a broad background in the cultures of Spanish-speaking countries. In addition, this year the Club has turned its efforts to a service project to aid underprivileged people in a foreign country. Student Union Board is the organization dedicated to keeping Niles West students offthe streets on Saturday nights. The Board offers wholesome and enjoyable entertainment, such as " N " Club initiations, dancing, and Beade music. This year ' s flings have included a student hootenanny, a birthday party, and the annual Christmas dance complete with colored lights and decorated trees. LAST ROW: M Sass, B. Elden, J. Cragg, D. Pearlman, J. Brandt, B. Davis, B. Abbott, G. Kiszely, F. Gar- field, R. Ross. SECOND ROW: C. Cockrell, V. Nelson, D. Paul, B. Heischman, S. Pilke, J. Clark, H. Simon, P. Schulman, C. Long. FIRST ROW: J. Peters ( Treasurer ), D. Doniger ( Secretary ), Mr. Gemeny (Sponsor), M Westphal ( Vice-President), R. Zager ( President). y i LAST ROW: B. Thomas, L. Gussis, R. Kreiter.P. Smetana, J. Polon, J. Novomy, D. Stellas. FOURTH ROW: L. Nelson, D. Smith, R. Levin, R. Steele, T. Haine, B. Lee, R. Mueller, R. Thomas, D. Rose. THIRD ROW: S. Hertzberg, A. Lev, C. Murlas, J. Kristof, G. Caracciolo, W. Christensen, M Blustein, G. Masten. SECOND ROW: W. Rosenquist, H. Clark, B. Davis, J. Bell, R. Spencer, D. Katz, T. Pfaff. FIRST ROW: B. Elden, S. Lee (Treasurer), E. Bruksch (Vice-President), W. Hohs (President), H. Simon (Secretary), W. Kummerow ( Seargeant-at- Arms ) ' N " Club A student walking in the halls of Niles West may be surprised to see some of our finest athletes standing on desks, singing, or picking up trash. If so, he should not be alarmed; this is merely part of the Lettermen ' s Club initiaUon. New members are per- fectly willing to go through all this so they can become members and wear their major " N " s proudly. " N " Club serves the school not only by appealing to its sense of humor, but by pro- viding enjoyment in other ways. It sponsors the mid-term dance, the " Breather " , and the annual " N " Club-Faculty basketball game. LEFT ROW, BACK TO FRONT: V. Hawkins, L.Johnson, M, Weaver, S. Frisk, J. Regin, A. Russo. RIGHT ROW, BACK TO FRONT: B. Friedner, L.Novak, B. Smith, N. Knochdmann, R. Gassman, D. Przybylski. Twirlers The Twirlers are perhaps most renowned for their role as the annual vanguard of the Homecoming parade. In addition to leading the parade, the " twirlies " also perform in the Homecoming and other half-time programs, as well as in demonstrations and competitions. LAST ROW: J. Ermillo, C. Zender, M Borowski.J. Huster. THIRD ROW: P. Sage, S. Bonetti, F Tropstein C. Motykie. SECOND ROW: I. Krause, B. Huster, M Lenell. FIRST ROW: E. Seidman, J. Fisher, L. Fisher. ' Girls ' Club Although it collected used toys for underprivileged children diis year. Girls ' Club is more than the Salvation Army of Niles West. The members of this organization are always trying to help their school and community. They also serve at school-sponsored teas and dinners. Girls ' Club is a new organization. This year, its sponsors and members experimented in trying to find the best possible ways of helping others. LAST ROW: L. Hass, F. Tropstein, S. Booth, L. Prehnal, C. Vollmer, J. Kllphardt, M. Khan C Zender. SECOND ROW: L. Domenella, J. McLin, L. Kla.ch, S. Katz, L. Fredrickson (President), B. Illian ( Treasurer), L. Iverson (Secretary). FIRST ROW:L. Huheen, S, Rask, C. Long, J. Spiegel, K. Fray. ■■■■niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH i LAST ROW: J. Fddpausch, L. Miller, K. Kenny, R. Thomas, B. Wilson, D. Zolezzi, R. Kaage, J. Arpan. THIRD ROW: J. Gagne, J. Kohl, R. Sostrin, G. Ribbe, M Garlich. SECOND ROW: R. Zager, U Bornstein, J. Yardley, M Martindale, T. Mattingly, G. Hirschman, T. Karr. FIRST ROW: R. Bartholomew (Treasurer), J. Pisano ( Secretary ), R. Harvey ( Vice-President), R. Thomas (President), Mr. John (Sponsor). Ushers ' Club Hi-Y The excitement of ushering for plays at Chicago theatres is a privilege earned by the members of Ushers ' Club. These girls provide a real service when they usher at ojir own school plays, music productions, teas, and meetings. Through these activities, they earn points toward other enjoyable ways of helping their school. Classes alone cannot instill the spirit of citizen- ship in all students. The boys in Hi-Y learn citizenship in action. They hold bi-weekly meetings followed by sports activities, but their par- ticipation lasts throughout the year. Members attend the annual Youth Legislature in Spring- field and send representatives to the summer Hi-Y Congress. Hi-Y presents a well-balanced program for boys who want to follow the associations motto, " To create, maintain, and extend, throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of service and moral character. " 97 s. s. o. An S. S. 0. monitor is not a unique creature, but one like many others throughout the school. He wanders the halls with a clipboard in one hand and a pad of blank passes in his pocket, and his duties are numerous. Student Supervised Monitors, (S.S.M.), patrol the halls every period. During the day, there are Student Supervised Study Halls, (S. S.H.), and S. S. D. monitors (Special Services Division). These mobs are organized under the three branches of S. S. 0., or Student Service Organ- ization; and the entire operation is overseen by the S. S. 0. Executive Board. S. S. 0. EXECUTIVE BOARD CLOCKWISE: A. Karlin, M Spiegel, T. Pfaff, J. DeLove, K. Moyes. S. S. D. LAST ROW: R. Wagner, R. l.€vin, B. Meyer, D. Smith, J. Timmer. FIRST ROW: A. Karlin (Head Super- visor), M. Spiegel (Head Secretary), L. Gussis, D. Straiian. S. S. M L ' ST ROW: M Wyiin, M Bers, J. DeLove(Head Secretary), S. Lee (Head Supervisor), V. Ilohs. FIRST ROW: R. Zager, H. Simon, E. Bruksch, W. Rosenquisl, W. Christiansen. S. S. S. H. LAST ROW: W. Kummerow, C. Murlas. FIRST ROW: B. Elden, B. Davis, K. Moves (Head Secretary). R. Daiberl. LAST ROW: P. Giuntoli, H. Greenman, A. Wulf, M Place, C. Murlas, L. Zaidler, J. ErmUio, D. EUis, R. Bader, D. Lipman, S. Cohen. THIRD ROW: I. Rattner, E. Konopka, S. Pifke, V. Otto, L. Trebels, L. Garbo, M Johnson, S. Sager, J. Westphal, I. Krause. SECOND ROW: J. Kerstetter, J. Netzky, T. Weiss, R. Ander- son, B. Grain, M Kipnis, N. Evans, D. Stein, J. Ryden. FIRST ROW: L. Friedman, F. Tucker, M Kaniuk, G. Schonfeld, S. Greenberg, C. Mussar, R. Schwartz, Miss Paras (Sponsor). Monologist Don Campbell is congratulated on his witty, honest performance by Fran Tucker and Sponsor Fay Paras. St udent Council The influence of Student Council can be seen throughout the school. We are reminded of it whenever we see such things as the Wall of Fame, the school flag, or the fruit machine. Students who attend Honor Lounge, buy books from the school store, or con- tribute their old clothes to the " Bundles Days " drive, are taking part in successful Student Council projects. As this school ' s equivalent of the 87th Congress, Student Council serves as a link between the students and the government. Its members, elected on the various class levels, and its officers, elected by the entire student body, work hard to create true representative government, improve the school, and curb library riots. J. Kliphardt ( Recording Secretary), M Velen (Vice-President), J. Tunid (President), B. Rohrer (Corresponding Secretary), S. Kaluzna( Treasurer). G. A. A. For girls who don ' t make the varsity team, G. A. A. offers an enjoyable substitute. The members of G. A. A. participate in after-school intramural sports, such as swimming, volleyball, and badminton. G. A. A. also sponsors inter-scholastic teams. As one of the largest organizations in the school, G. A. A. puts on the annual spring Turnabout dance. Its members are eligible for awards from the Illinois State Girls ' Athletic Association, with which the Niles West G. A. A. is affiliated. B. Sinkule ( Vice-President), L. Swanson (President), L. Porazlnskl (Treasurer). LAST ROW: J. Kraemer, G. Tortorella, K. Tritscliler, N. Doyle, D. Leap- ley. SECOND ROW: C. Uesse, P. LaVay, J. Hermann, S. Stille. FIRST ROW: K. Peterson, J. [ohnson, J. Shiozakl, J. Shiozaki, J. Fay. Orchesis Art at Niles West assumes many forms, one of the most successful being Orchesis, the modern dance club. Because of the increased numbers of participants, the organization has developed a type of farm system through which new members are assimilated by way of Junior Orchesis. The chorus of the spring musical consisted of Orchesis mem- bers, while a purer application of their art was manifested in another enjoyable annual dance concert. LAST ROW: B. GoeU, K. Kuhn, S. Kaplan, S. Peterson, C. Molykie, K. ChrisUansen, T. Aiello, J. Janse, S. Shapiro, B. KaU, B. Freeman. SECOND ROW; K. Dall, A. Tisciiler (Secretary), L. Kessel (President), Miss Schmitz (Sponsor), J. Nakayama (Vice-President), C. Alport. FIRST ROW; B. Cooper, B. Bavetta, J. Burr, J. HoSberg, C. Faintuck, J. Cooper. ,ii !;!!:i- » f9. , J i fr it 1 :,; " . . LASl RUW; S. Nelson, A. Lapins, N. Paulson, L. Repke, J. Epstein, S. Bostrum, B. lUian, E. Harms M Blank. FIFTH ROW: B. Frazin, B. Hirsch, G. Stevens, M MeUer, K. Kuhn, S. Cragg. FOURTH ROW- J Sh.ozaki (G. A. A. Board Representative), J. Shiozaki, M. Mits, E. Craig, N. Powroznlk, R. Adler, T Trues- A dale, B. Dale, M Mits. THIRD ROW: G. Tortorella (President), K. Mitz (Secretary), N. Grauman ( Vice- AqUaSpntCS President), T. Allison (Treasurer), S. Gheetham. SECOND ROW: E. Stengl, R. Evensen, S Gornstein S Clms, D. Dell. FIRST ROW: J. Tritschler, G. Johnson, L Mueller. Swimming istheonly activity with the honor of having three clubs connected with it. Aquasprites is the girls ' swimming club. Associated with G. A. A., its members put on an annual spring water show. The members of Guard Club teach Saturday morning swimming classes and practice after school. A third nautical organization is Timers ' Club. While the girls diemselves, do not swim, they do time the home swimming meets and die district finals which were held here this year. Timers ' Club Guard Club LAST ROW: C. Vollmer, S. Rask, L. Plass, L. Johnson, M Bass, S. Mussar, C. Iverson, A. Johannson. SECOND ROW: G. Dankowski, D. Dragovich (President), Miss Suckow (Sponsor), P. Powell (Secretary), J. Hlady. FIRST ROW: V. Hawkins, M. Sass, M Davidson. LAST ROW: T. Allison, P. Powell, B. Dale, K. Mils, M Davidson, S. Cragg, K. Mitz, G. Dankowski, C. Virag, L. Mueller, J. Shiozaki, J. Shiozaki, S. Rugendorf, D. Dragovich. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Smidi, S. Rostrum, P. Bateman, B. Arpan, J. Tritschler, L. Fredrickson, J. Cragg, B. Herbert, M. Sass, D. Koneicki, U Sheehan, Mr. Cajet. THIRD ROW: J. Ferris, J. Johnson, G. Carlson, J. Arpan, G. Dankowski, G. Tor- torella, G. Hawkins, R. Wagner, R. Meyer, T. Wilderquist, K. Johnson. SECOND ROW: J. Bloom, M Molin- aro, D. Darsch, B. Katz, H. Kau, S. Krasny, J. Glantz, A. Shafer, D. White. FIRST ROW: P. Van Eikern, G. Messerschmitt, L. Bennett, K. Kenny, R. Levin, T. Wasmund, J. Gilluly. L. Adelman, J. Klaveter.J. Nelson(Co-Captain),J.Kerstetter, E. Muth (SubsUtute), G. Freedman, S. Rodnick, B. Lee (Captain), M Fredson. D. Rosga (Captain), K. Krone, K. Gold, B. Tash, C. Starkman, M. Cooper, L. Trebels. Cheerleaders The cheerleaders, as directors of organized chaos, have the gigantic responsibility of channeling all the screams and excitement of thousands of frenzied foot- ball or basketball fans into a recognizable yell. Also, they must keep a crowd cheering for a team which is temporarily behind in scoring. As the official repre- sentatives of Niles West school spirit, the cheerleaders are always charming, enthusiastic, and vivacious. BACK: S. Shandling, L. MUes. FRONT: W. Pozner, L. Ruskln, W. Alder. 107 Coaches Cress, Armour, and Berkel discuss a victory in typical Indian pow-pow fashion. As Mistress of Ceremonies Miss Hoffman pointed out, the faculty has been " practicing for years " in order to present a Regional Basketball Tournament pep assembly which turned out to be a riotous hour of skits and songs. Here, then, are two pages of candid pictures which would have made excellent blackmail material, ' as one of the participants observed. But it is encouraging to know that Niles West has an interested, spirited, and talented faculty; more so the teachers have a sense of humor. Yeah ! Yeah ! Yeah ! Extra ! Beside dancing the can an, thisgroup of beauties sang an inspirational victory hymn. Mr. Aleier, Mr. Kielwasser, Mr. Robinsoyi, Mr. Mc Ma tori, Mr. PaulseJi. G-r-r-r-reat! Miss Stifl Mr. Paulsen, Mr. Kiebuasser, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Meier. Would Mr. McMahon qualify for the Folies Bergere? Mrs. Zelznick delivered a specied singing telegram which announced the players for the evenings game. R. Gussis. F. Kreiter. G. Urelius. W. Hohs. E. Bruksch. k Y 9 f r Special Events Donn Pearlman expounds the necessary winning spirit to five Student Council members at the Homecoming Assembly. Which one will be queen? C. Mussar, A.Jones, J. Kliphardt, H. Perri, B. Abbott. Homecoming Wapaha Wichaki provided fun and excitement for students and alumni alike in anticipation of the thrilling homecoming weekend. Students spared no effort and expense in preparation of the festivities- even in their selection of a name, Wapaha Wichaki, which means " take their banner away " in the language of the Sioux Indians. A pervading atmos- phere of enthusiasm and animation was generated by students who were frantically stuffing the last of the multicolored petal paper into the remaining webs of chicken wire. Opening the weekend festivities was the traditional twilight pep rally, at which the royal court was announced. The gala float parade on the following morning displayed the skill, ingenuity, and imagin- ation of students at West. Despite the defeat of Big Red at the hands of Willowbrook, students continued to display their festive spirit at the homecoming dance. Music was supplied by Leo Provost and his band, and Queen Helen Perri presided in regal grace amid the falling leaves and golden colors of " Prelude to Autumn. " We owe the wonderful memory of Homecoming ' 63 to the efforts of the homecoming committee, who worked throughout the summer to make Wapaha Wichaki the success that it was. miJ ' i .jf.tiaL ' rrr.::iitU . Aj.,ji»iAn jNtmmwm One of the many spectators of the Homecoming Parade is pictured in the parking lot. Ed Bruksch scrambles out of his protective pocket to throw down- field. ' Winners Keepers, Losers Weepers ' wastheUdeofStudent Council ' s winning Class A float. Chris Mussar and Rick Steele sharea sniiJe as they walk to the platform. checking their coats before the dance areCarol Long, Jack Kristof, Sue Rask, and Paul Callus. " Reinember the problems we had with this crown last year? " 1962 Queen Diane Alder seems to be saying to Helen Perri. For the dance, the gvm was decorated as a huge barn. G. Gordun, S. Elias. D. Kalz G. Schonfclcl, E. Singer, J. Jaeger. lis Sim ' " Make-up sometimes gets messy? ' M. Mils. M. Clurlioliiiidds. A. Kaptiin. A. Liviiic. S. Shiner. L. Scligmaii. F. Kueclienmeislcr. H. S nrmim, L. Miller. " We drink the last drink for a toast. That ' s to prove that the Southerner is still on his feet for the last drink. " " The Little Fo.xes " " The Little Foxes " Both the cast and crew of this year ' s fall play scored a memorable and truly significant triumph in their production of Lillian Hellman ' s powerful drama. The Little Foxes. With exceptionally fine acting under excellent direction, and beautifully designed and executed costumes, the fall play demon- strated what the combined efforts olagroupof NUehi students could accomplish in the way of provocative drama. Involved in the technical aspects of producing the play were the lighting crew, sound crew, make-up crew, costume crew, prop crew, and stage crew, all contributing to an unqualified success, and at the same time learning the special skills involved in a complete dramatic production. Despite the many hours of work, the long rehearsals, the strenuous race against time in con- structing the set and preparing for opening night, all who were involved in the production agreed that it was a richly rewarding, as well as truly exciting experience. " We liad agreed that you were to stay in your part of this house and I in mine. This room is my part of the house. Please don ' t come down here again. " " Tlic LUllc Faxes ' S. Sliincr, M. Create. S. Shiner " Sometimes, Regina, it is better to wait for the sun to rise again. . nd sometimes . . . it ' s unwise for a good-looking woman to frown. Softness and a smile do more to the heart of men. " , «-, , .,, r, . .- Tlie Ltllle taxes Student Union Board member Marcia Sass serves a cup of holiday cheer to Mr. Colver as Sue Piflte, Virginia Nelson, and Georgine Tortorella look on. Christmas Dance and Assembly Making its annual contribution of zest and bright spirits to West ' s Yule festivities was the Christmas Dance, this year entitled " Silhouettes in Snow. " Amid the effervescent atmosphere of striped candy canes and pungent evergreens, couples danced and laughed, soaking up the warmth and good cheer of the evening and the season. Also adding to the evening ' s entertainment was a satirical sketch of school life by Donn Pearlman. Of course, no Christmas cele- bration could be complete without the presence of Santa Glaus, and he, too, was there in all his red, jovial roundness. This year ' s Christmas Festival combined the talents of the various musical groups in the school to produce a program rich in spiritual significance. Besides the traditional songs of the Christmas season, the choir, accompanied by the narration of Mr. Ronald Van Arsdale, presented a musical calendar, on which the major holidays were marked with a song and a poem especially associated with that particular day. Musical selections by the band and orchestra, as well as the other vocal groups, Vivace and Girls ' Glee, helped to make this year ' s Christmas Festival another of the outstanding annual cultural events which have become a tradition at West. The ciioir, mixed chorus and girl ' s glee entertain die student body at the annual holiday assembly. The orchestra, chorus, and Mr. VanArsdale, the narrator and traditional participant, present the holiday assembly. 4-4 4 • I l_.»« «V.k«tt Josh White and The Gateway Trio Proud father Josh White accompanies his daugliter Beverly as she captivates the audience. Josh White and accompanist Herbert Brown entertain the audience v ith folk songs. The Gateway Trio looks as if lliey enjoy their work as much as the audience enjoyed their performance. During a brief moment backstage before his performance. Josh White relaxes. Animation and a sense of expectancy pervaded the auditorium on the night of February 11, as Josh White stood on the stage, guitar in hand, one leg raised onto a stool, ready to display his dynamic and forceful talent before the NUes West audience. The famous folk singer has a unique style, and he applied it to such songs as " Marching Down Freedom Road, " " The Riddle Song, " and " " F ' ree and Equal Blues. " The audience had a double treat when Josh combined his talent with that of his daughter, Beverly. Also helping to entertain was the Gateway Trio, whose comic sketches and inimitable style delighted everyone. M Suss. J. B I audi. D. DmgcviUli. B.Cowcin. L. Singer. E. SillnriiKin. These girls sing the wives ' lanienl during the baseball season, " Six Months Out of Every Year. " Ready! Set! (io! " Ding, Dong, Yum, Yum, Yum. " It ' s a really big showT D. Pear man G. Darn. E. Feiiihcrg, L. Hullecn, L. Wtiladis, R. Beniiiin, J. Welniuri; D. (W c)-, M. Lindherg, B. Koiiojika, L. Ad ' iiiit. J. Hepburn, M. Cullins, K. Gray. R. Lolz J ■ Simon, E. Kksltin. L. Brawn, B. Simon, J. Brooks, D. Cohen, N. Blirit, I. Kccnc. Vaudeville Ten Plus One are ' By the Sea. " " No Biz Like Show Biz " Wild applause rose from the Niles West auditorium at the signal from a huge automatic sign, and the Ed Sullivan Show was on the air. This was the setting for the third annual Red- skins ' Revue, entided, " No Biz Like Show Biz. " Acts ranging from large specialty, group instrumental, and chorus line numbers to vocal solo and dance and instrumental numbers participated in West ' s version of the famous variety show and helped to make the evening a memorable one for every member of the audience. im m Even Director Mr. VaiiArsdaile gets into the act. 123 C. Slarkmait. D. Ros!;ti. K. Kniiii: L. Cnltii. E. Singer, S. Leniii. The Night Walkers won the Chorus Une cate- gory on Friday night. G. FrccdiiKin. D. Doiiigir. R. Lisscr. D. ciiiiii. F. Gcirficld. " Or would vou rather be a fish. . .? ' C. Woods, P. Haiti, M. Sinkings. R.Kurjtmtiyi, J. Wcrcfnac ui. G. Tlioimi, M. Hansoi. " What ' s a pie cost? ' " The Sweetest sounds I ' ve ever heard. Donna Com L. Seligman, " There ' s trouble right here in Niles TownshipT P. Bateman, L. Bennett. ]. Rosecratis, J. Arpan, B. Ar- pan, L. Guirard, K, Kenney 125 The Songsters r m Happiness is our own interpretqtion. Happiness is. . . ii_ 127 .Charley Tuna. t ' i i m 1 OmC ' ME .the fish tank. . .freedom of the press. the Greai Books. . 3 B 1 %rfi r i H £2!b_. .a hole ill the ceiling. f m .the Student Parking Ix)t. .the spirit ot t:hristmas. .a wild Indian. Andersonville. 132 eniors Good bye, my friends. It has been good, Has it not? Now we each to our own separate ways withdraw. Each leaving something in the common pool of memory. FIRST ROW: G. Freedman, L. Goebelt, J. Prim, B. Abbott, S. Rugendorf, L. Zimmerman, P. Schulman. SECOND ROW; A. Feldman, C. Long, A. Karlin, D. Chikaraishi, L. Fred- rickson, R. Lisser, M. Mink, Mrs. Panos. THIRD ROW: S. Kuklin, D. Hill, J. Pisano, 1!. Thomas, C. Azelickis, J. Peters, S. Hirschtick, M. Sass, .M. Spiegel, A. Mau, D. Dragovich. Seniors Seniors are great. Enough Said. 136 BAKHARA AW ABBOTT Ilonieconiiiig (iourt 4; I ioinecoiiiing Cloniinittee 3,4; Redskins ' Re ' ue2,3; Student Council 1.2; Cabinet 3,4; .S.S.O. 1,2; S.S.I). 4; Student Inion Board 4; I ' ep C:lub 1,2, Treasurer 1, ' icc-l ' rcsident 2; (;.. .A. 1,2; Cirl ' s Glee 3. BAUBAH.V l.V.W .VBBOTT S.S.. 1. 3; l- ' uture Teacliers ot . nterica 1; C.. .. . 1.2.3. B.VKBAKA AN. . IIKK. S Choir 3,4, Silver .Music Tin 3; I ' cp Club 1; Ciris ' Club 1,2. TO.MIl.VX AIKI.l.l) Science Fair 3; 1 loniecoiiiing Ct niniittee 4; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Crev ' 2; Spring Tlav t rew 2; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 4;S.S.S.M. 4; .Apotheosis 2; French Club 1; Ushers ' Club 4; Tcp Club 2; C.A.A. 4; Orchesis 4. D.WID Al.K.X Redskins ' Revue, crew, 3; Fall I ' lay, crew, 3; Chess Club 1,2,3,4. STEPHKX AI.I.AU.N S.S.O. 4; Cerman Club 2; A. . . 2,3; Football 1,2. TOM ALLISON Spring Tlay .1,2; .Musical 1,2; Cabinet 3; S.S.M. 3,4; .Spanish Club 2; C.A.A. 1,2,3,4, pin 2, G.A.A. 3, Major 3, Slate 4; Aquasprites 3,4, Treas- urer 4; Cuard Club 4. PAULALONAS Bronze Kev 4; Science Fair 1,3; Biology (!lub 2; Science (!lub 1. . LA.N A. . L()T Bronze Kev 3; Science F ' air 2; Cabinet Alternate 1; Biology Club 3; Inlra- niurals 3; Football 1,2; Soph Shield 2; ' Track 3,4; Major " N " 3; National Letter of Conmiendation 4. S.WFORl) ALl ' FR CAROLYN RUTH ALPORT .National Honor Society 3,4; Gold Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair, .School 1,2,3, First place award 1,2,3, District 1,2, Second place award 1,2; Musicale 1,2,3; Orchestra l,2,3;Silver .Music Pin 3; Apo- theosis 2; . rts Club 1,2; Chess Club 1; C.A.A. 1,2,3,4; .Aquasprites 3; Orchesis 3,4. FRKD AN.M ' Ol. Student Council 1; S.S.S.II. 3; S.S..M. 4; Hi-V 1; Football 1; Wresding 2. BRV. N ANDFR.SON Science Fair 1; Swimming 1,2. JA.MFS ANDERSON JUDITH EVONNE ANDERSON Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; .Science Fair State 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; S.S.D. 2; S.S..M. 4; French Club 2,3,4; G.A.A. 2. KIM ANDERSON Transferred from St. Gregory U.S. 3; I ' ep Club 3; C.A.A. 3. LINDA LOU ANDERSON S.S.O. 3; Arts Club 4; French Club 3,4. MARGARET LVNNE ANDERSON Unity Board 4; Future .Nurses of .America 1.2,3,4, Secretary 2, Vice- President 3, President 4; Spanish Club 2. TONI ANDERSON Transferred from St. Scholastica U.S. 1; Redskins ' Revue 3. SUSAN ANDREWS Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 2; Student Council Alternate 1; .Arts Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3; French Club 1,2; Pep Club Secretary 2; G.A.A. 1.2,3. ROSELV APPLEBAl ' M Transferred from Amundsen U.S. 2; S.S.D. 4; Future Teachers of .America 2,3; French Club 3; Ushers ' Club 3; G,A.A. 1. 137 mJiM JOYCE A. BARRON Arts Club 1,2,4; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. ROGER BASRAK Science Fair 1; " N " Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4- Basketball 2; Track 2,3, Minor " N " 3, CHARLES BASS Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Silver Key 4; Science Fair 1,2,3; Red- skins ' Revue 3; Fall I ' lay 2,3; Spring Hay 3,4; Musical 3; Arts Club 1,2. • PATRICIA BATEMAN Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Musical 4; S.S.O. 3; Choir 4; .Mixed Chorus 3; Future Nurses of America 3; Spanish Club 2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Pin 1, .Minor letter 2, Major Ixrtter 3, Board 2; Aqua- sprites 3,4, Vice President 3, Water Show 3,4. BONNIE BATSCHAUER Transferred from Roosevelt f S. 2; Future Teachers of America 3; G.A A. 2,3,4. SANDRA BAUMANN Pins and Pans 1. DENNIS BAUMHARDT Hi-Y 2; WresUing 2. HARVEY BF:CK Science Club 1. JOHN BELL Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3; S.S.M. 4; Concen Band 3; Marching Band 3; " N " Club 3,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Golf 1,2,3,4, Captain 4. IeONARD BENNETT Redskins ' Revue 4; Musical 3,4; Choir 3,4; Hl-Y 3,4; Guard Club 4. BARBARA BERGER Homecoming Committee 2,3; S.S.D. 2,3; German Club 2; G.A.A 2- Trl- Hl-Y 2. MARSHA BERGER Redskins ' Revue 3; Cabinet 1; S.S.S.H. Secretary 2; S.S.D. 4; S.S.M 3 4- Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. JA.MES ARCHER Orchestra 2; Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 1; Stage Band 2- Foot- ball 1,2,3,4; Minor " N " 3; Major " N " 4; Baseball 1. CARA ARON Transferred from Stelnmetz H.S. 2. BEVERLEE ARPAN Redskins ' Revue 4; Spring Play 3; .Musical 4; S.S.O. 2,3; Choir 4; LaUn Club 1; .Spanish Club 2,3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Pin 1; Minor " N " 2; .Major " N " 4; (luard Club 4. JOHN ARPAN Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Fall Play 3; Spring Play 3; Musical 3,4; Choir 4; Thespians 4; Hi-Y 4; Guard Club 4. Gi:ORGE AZELICKIS Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 3; S.S.M. 3; Arts Club 1; .Math Club 1,2; German Club 1,2; National .Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Track 3,4; .Major " N " 3. ROBERT BADER White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3, District 3; Student Council 3,4; S.S.M. 3; Wresding 2; Safety CouncU 3. BONNIE CAROL BANNISTER Bronze Key 4; S.S.M. 4; Spanish Club 2,4. DAVID A. BANTZ Red Certificate I; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3; Red- skins ' Revue 2,3; Fall Play 2,3; Spring Play 1,2,3; .Musical 2,3; Thespians 2,3,4, Vice President 4; German Club 4; NaUonal .Merit .Semi-finalist 4. JOHN E. BARRICK Science Fair 2; Cabinet 1; S.S..M. 2,3; French Club 1; Hl-Y 1; " N " Club 2,3,4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4, Minor " N " 1; Tennis 1,3,4, MARCIA BERK Fall Plav Crew 1; Spring Plav Crew 1; S.S.M. 3; Arts Club 2,3; Spot- lighters 1,2; French Club 1,2; ' Ushers ' Club 2,3; I ' ep Club 1,3; C.A.A. 1,2,3. rosalynnf: berko ' f.r Homecoming Committee 4; S.S.M. 3,4; HV.v H ' on 3,4; .Arts Club 1; Spotlighters 1; French Club 1,2, Vice-Pres. 2; G.A.A. 1. GARY E. BERKOWITZ Arts Club 3; HiY 3,4; Intramurals 1.3; Football Trainer 3,4, Minor " N " . BARBARA BERLIN White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1, First Place . ward; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4; Fall Play Crew 2; Musical 3; Choir 3; Silver Music Pin 3; Spectrum .Academic Editor 4; .Arts Club 1; Fhespians 3; Spodighters 1,2. MARCO BERNDT Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Spanish ( lub 1,2,3,4. SUSAN BERNSTEIN Redskins ' ReN-ue Crew 1,4; F ' all Play Crew 1,2; Spring Play Crew 1; Or- chestra 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; .Marching Band 3.4; Thespians 2; Spot- lighters 1; Future Nurses of America, Treasurer 1; French Club 1; Orches- is 3. LOUIS MITCHELL HERS Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. 2; S.S.M. Supervisor 4; Intramurals 3; Cross Country 2; Basketball 1,2,3. MARGARET BETTS FaUPlay 2;G.A.A. 2,3. BONNIE BINKOFF Redskins ' Revue 3; Cabinet 1,2,3; S.S.D. 2,3,4; Fumre Nurses of America 3; Spanish Club 1; I ' shers ' Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; Guard Club 4. LOUISE BIRNDORF Bronze Key 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3; S.S.M. 4; Arts t:lub 1,2. MARILYN BLANK Science Fair 2; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 4; Arts Club 1; French Club 2; Utin Club 1; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; .Aquasprites 3,4. BARBARA BLOO.M S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.M. 2. MARVIN IRVl.NG BLUSTEIN Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 3; Spanish Club 1; A.V.A. 1,2; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 1, Major " N " 3,4; Track 4. RICHARD L. BOLGIONI S.S.O. 4; Swimming 2. RON BONGIAVA.NNI S.S.O. 2. JACK BOOKWALTER ALVIN BORACK Science Fair 3; Swimming 1,2,3. BONNIE MARIE BOYDEN Future Nurses of America 1; Ingenue 2. MARCIA DIANE BRAMSON Cabinet 1; S.S.M. 2,4; Spodighters 2; Spanish Club2; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 1. TERRY J. BRAMWELL S.S.O. 3,4; Football 1,2; Baseball 1. JAC(iUELINE BRANDT Homecoming Committee 1,2,3, pre game Chairman 4; Redskins ' Revue 2,4; Spring Plav Crew 2; Cabinet 1; Cabinet Vlcc-Pres. 2; Cabinet 3; Cabinet Alternate 4; S.S.O. 1,2,4; Student Union Board 4; Vest Word 3; Arts Club 1; Pep Club 1. 139 LAKKV K. Bl ' l!KI[ARl)T Musical 2,3; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3; Science (Mub 1; Intermediate Band 1; Barbershoppers 2. N.-WCV BrKK}l. KT Science Fair First I ' lace 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Redskins ' Revue 3; Fall I ' lay 1,2; Spring I ' lay 1; Musical 1; Student Council Alt. 2,3; S.S.M. 3; Cerman Club 2,3,4; Treasurer 3, ' ice-l ' res. 4; Ushers ' Club 2; G.A,A. 1,2. WILLIAM BURNSTEIN Intraniurals 3,4. ROSEMARY CALUCCI S.S.M. 4. GEORGE CARACCIOLO " N " Club 3,4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Track 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4. NANCY CARLSON Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 4; future Teachers of America 2,3; G.A.A. 2. SUSAN CARLSON Transfer Student From Regina High School 4; Latin Club 4. WENDELL C.VRLSON S.S.O. 1; Astronomy and Aeronautics Club 1,2,3, Secretary 1, Treasurer 2; German Club 2,3 ' ; Hi-Y 1; Football 2. GLENN MITCHELL CARNIOL Baseball 3, Minor " N " 3. CHARLES CHANG National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate l;BronzeKey 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3; Student Council 2,3,4; German Club 2,3,4, President 3,4; Wresding 1,2,3, .Minor " N " 2, .Major " N " 3; Science Seminar 2,3. SHIRLEY ANN CHEETHAM Orchestra 1,2,3; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Aqua- sprites 3,4. cherylechf:pulis S.S.O. 2; S.S.D. 2; Future Nurses of Aiuerica 3; Ingenue 3; I ' ep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 2,3, Pin 1, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 2. ROSEBREEKHA Arts Club 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Latin Club 1; F.T.A. 1,2,3: Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. DIANE . L RIEBRE. DFL Transferred from Regina Dominican H.S. 2; Science Fair 2- S S M 3- Latin Club 2; G.A.A. 2. CHARLES BRILL Bronze Kev 3; Science Fair First Place 2; S.S.O. 3; S.S.S.H. 3; Cross Country 1,2; Wrestling 3; Golf 2,3. JARY BRIN Bronze Key 2; Redskins ' Revue 3; S.S.S.H. Secretary 4; S.S.M. 2,3; G.A.A. 1,3,4. E ' ELYN BROCCOLINO EDWARD BRUKSCH S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.S.H. Chairman 3; S.S.M. 3,4, Supervisor 4; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Latm Club 1,2; " X " Club 3,4, Vice President 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Basketball 2,3,4, Minor " N " 2, Major " N " 3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4. Major " N " 2,3,4. TERRY EDWARD BRYANT (gymnastics 3,4, .Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4. ROBERT BULSTER National Honor Societv 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3; Slath Club 3; German Club 2,3,4; Tennis 1,2,3. RAYMOND BURKE Transferred from St. George H.S. 2; S.S.S.H. 3,4; Wrestling 3,4. DONACIllKAKAlSllI National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; W ' liite Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev 3; I lonieconting Kxecutive (!oniniittee 3; Student ( ' oun- cil 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; Cabinet ' ice-President 4; Safety ( ' ouncil 4; S.S.O. 3; S.S.D. 1; Arts Club 3; Latin Club 1,2,3. SHARON CIIIl.OS Redskins ' Revue 2; Make-l ' p Crew 2; Choir 3,4; Music (Certificate; Silver Music Pin 3; Future Nu rses of America 1,2; Ingenue 1,2.3; ' ice President 3. LINDA CHRIST Transferred from Lake ' iew H.S. 2; S.S.O. 4; S.S.S.H. 3; Arts Club 2; A.V.A. 3. WTLLIA.M R. CHRISTENSEN Science Fair 2, District 2. State 2; S.S.M. 2,3,4; Latin Club Treasurer 2; Hi-V 1,2,3; Intrainurals 3; " N " Club 4; Football 1; Cross Country 4, .Major " N " 4; Tennis 3; Irack 4, Major " N " 4. JON CHVALOVSKY JAMES CIERNY Track 2. KENNETH CIESZYKOWSKI Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; S.S.O. 1; S.S.S.H. Chairman 3; Base- ball 1. PAULETTE CYNTHIA CINMAN Fall Play Crew 1,2; .Musical 2,3; X ' ivace 3,4; Choir 2,3,4, Certificate 2, Silver , iusic Pin 3; Apotheosis 1,2,3,4, Spodighters 1; National F ' orensic League 4; German Club 1; Chess Club 1; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1. JAMES THOMAS CIZEK ., HOWARD WILLIAM CLARK S.S.M. 2,4; " N " Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Track 1,2,3, 4, Major " N " 3,4. JUNE MARIE CLARK Science Fair 1,2; S.S.M. 3; Student Union Board 4; Ingenue 3, Treasurer 3; French Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1. EDWIN CLINE Football 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Hi-Y 4; WresUing 1; Tennis 1. CYNTHIA COCKRELL Homecoming Committee 3,4; Student ( " ouncil 4; S.S.M. 1; Student L ' nion Board 4, I ' nity Board 4; . potheosis 1,2,3,4, ' ice-President 3, President 4; Arts Club 1,2,3,4, Regional Basketball Tournament Committee 4. BRIAN COHEN JERRY COHEN Transferred from South Shore H.S. 3; S.S.M. 4. STEVEN JAY COLBERT Football 1; (gymnastics 1. PATRICIA COLLINS Science Fair 2, First Place 2; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2. KAREN LEE CONLEY Homecoming Crew 3; S.S.S.H. 3, Secretary 3; S.S.M. 4; Unity Board 2,3; Pep Club 2,3,4, Secretary 3, President4; Regional Basketball Tourna- ment Committee; Executive Board 2,3,4. ROBERT CONNELLY S.S.(X 4; A.V.A. 1,2,3. .MICHAEL CONTI Football Manager 2; Baseball Manager 2. DONNA CORN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 3; Homecomijig Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Musical 1,2; Cabinet 1.2, Alternate 1; Choir 2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4; (;.A.A. 1,2. SANDRA EILEEN DAVIDOVE Redskins ' Revue Crew 2; S.S.D.4;S.S.M. l,2;Future Teachers of America 2,3; French Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3. MARILYNN DAVIDSON S.S.O. 4; Future Teachers of America 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, I ' in 2, Minor Letter 3, Executive Board 3; Guard Club 4; Timers ' (Mub 4. BARRY DAVIS Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. 1; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Cabinet 3,4; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.D. 3; S.S.M. 2; Student Union Board 4; Biology Club 2; German Club 2; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; " N " Club 3,4; Cross Country 3, Major " N " 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3, Major " N " 4; Tennis 2, Minor " N " 2; Safety Council 4. DIANE L. DAVIS Cabinet Alternate 1; Future Nurses of America 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. I. TRUDl ANNE DAVIS Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Fall Play Crew 2,3; Student Council 1,3; Cabinet Alternate 2; S.S.D. 2; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Arts Club 2; French Club 1; Spanish 3; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Timer ' s Club 3. MARK DEAN A.V.A. 1. RENATE DFXKER Musical 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Arts Club 4; An Council 3; German Club 2,3. SUSAN DE CORREVONT S.S.M. 2; Choir 4; Future Nurses of America 4; French Club President 1; Pep Club 1. DARLENE SUE DELL S.S.S.H. Secretary 3; S.S.M. 4; Art Council 3; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4, " Pin 2, Minor G.A.A. 3, Minor " N " 4; Aquasprites 3,4; Tri-Hi-Y 1. JOEL RICHARD DELMAN S.S.O. 2,3; S.S.M. 2,3; National Fo rensic League 2; Debate 1,2; Chess Club 1; Hi-Y 1,2; Intramurals 2,3. JUDITH DELOVE Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4; Fall Play Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 2; Musical 2; Student Council 1; Cabinet Alternate 3; S.S.O. 3,4, Flxecutive Board 4; S.S.D. 3; S.S.M. Head Secretary 4; Arts Club Board 2; Thespians 2,3,4, Recorder 4; SpoUighters Vice President 1; Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2. CANDY DEMEDUC Homecoming Committee 3; Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet 1, Alternate 2,3; S.S.O. 2,3,4; French Club 2; Pep Club 2,3; Guard Club 4; Timers ' Club 2,3,4. WILLIAM FRANK CORNELIUS Science Fair 1,2; S.S.O. 2; Baseball 1. ROSANN COSTANTINO Cabinet Alternate 4; S.S.O. 1; LInity Board 3A, Spic riiin 4; Art Council President3,4; A.V.A. 3. BEVERLY COWAN Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet 1,3; S.S.D. 3- S.S.M. 1,2,3; Ushers ' Club 2. JANET CRAGG Transferred from Regina Dominican H.S. 3; Redskins ' Revue Make-Up Crew 3; Student Union Board 4; French Club3; Ushers ' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 3,4; Guard Club 4. BEVERLY N. CULBERG JAMES CUTRONE Spring Plav 1,2; S.S.O. 4; Glee Club 1; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 2; Football 1,2,3; Wresding 1,2,3,4. KAREN G. DAHL .Musical 3; Unity Board 3; Art Councd 3,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Orchesis 2,3,4, President 2,3. RICHARD J. DAIBERL White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Cabinet 2; S.S.S.H. 4; Concert Band 2; Marching Band 2; Latin Club 4; Intramurals 2,3; Bas- ketball 3; Golf 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 1, Major " N " 2,3,4. DAVID DANZINGER I.YNN DENLKV Musical 1,2,3; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Spotligluers 1; I ' shers ' Club3;G.A.A. 2. BARRY DALE DERMAN DIANE DETTI.OFF Spollighters 1. MATTHEW BARR DEWAR Football 1. JdANN ' E DIAMOND JAMES E. DITKOWSKV Redskins ' Re Tie 3; S.S.STl. 2,3, Chairman 3; Biology Club 1; Hi-V 1; Wrestling 1. JUDITH DITKOWSKV Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Rex-ue 2,4; Fall Play Crew 2; Student Council 1; S.S.O. 2,4; Apotheosis 4; Arts Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Usher ' s Club 3; Pep Club 2,3; Timer ' s Club 3. LOIS DITKOWSKV Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Re ' ue3;Cabinet2;S.S.M. 4; G..- .A. 1,2,3,4. SISAN DOMORACKI S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.M. 2; Spectrum 4; G.A.A. 1. DALE DONIGER Homecoming Committee 3,4; Cabinet .Alternate 1,2,3,4; S.S.O. 2,3; S.S..M. I; Student L ' nion Board 3.4, Secretary 4; West Word 4; Arts Club 1; Future Teachers of . nierica 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Regional Basketball Tournament (Committee 4. JUDITH DORFMAN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Redskins ' Revue Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 2; Musical Crew 2; Student Council . Iternate 2; Cabinet .Alternate 3,4; S.S.D. 4; S.S.. 1. 3; Spectrum 3; Arts Club 1,2; Russian Club 1.2,3,4, Secretary 2,4; Ushers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1. NANCY DOVLE Red Certificate 1: Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev3; Redskins ' Revue 3; .Musical 3.4; Unity Board 4; ' ivace 2,3,4, President 4; Choir 2,3,4; Orchestra 3, 4; Silver Music Pin 2; ( old .Music Pin 3; G.A.. . 3,4; Executive Board 4; Lorelei 1. DAXKA DR.AGOVICH Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet 4, .Alternate 3; S.S.O. 4; Unitv Board 4; Guard Club 4; Timers ' Club 3,4, President 4; Girls Glee 2,3. ' WILLIAM DRESSEL S.S.O. 3,4. KATHLEEN MARIE DREW S.S.D. 2,3,4; G.A.A. 1. LYNN CHRISTINE DUDA Arts Club 3; .Art Council 3,4; Future Teachers of .America 1; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 3; G.A..A. 1,2,3. JANET MARIE DUREN Transferred from NUes East H.S. 2; Musical 2; Choir 2,3,4; SUver Music Pin 3; West Wordi. CAROLE DZIORDZIK Transferred from Foreman H.S. 1; Science Fair 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Cheerlead- ers 1,2. LAURA EAGAN S.S.M. 4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4. JAMES EICHHORN S.S.O. 4; Track 2. BARRY ELDEN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3, Second Place School Fair 2, First Place School Fair 3, First Place District 3, Se- cond Place State 3; Cabinet Alternate 2; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.S.H. 3,4, Chair- man 3, Supervisor 4; Student Union Board 4; Choir 2; Latin Club 1; " N- Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, .Major " N " 3,4; Wresding 1,2; Track 3. ELLEN FALKOEF Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Fall Play 2; S.S.D. 1; Arts Club 1,2; SpoUighters 1; French Club 1,2,3; Ushers ' Club 3; C.A.A. 2. RENEK FEIN Redskins ' Revue 4; F ' all Plav 2; Spring I ' lav 1.2; Musical 2; Cabinet 1,2, Alternate 3; S.S.M. 4; French Club 3,4; Pep ' Club 1; Clee 1,2. BONITA FEINC;()LD S.S.D. 2,4; S.S.. 1. 1,3,4; Girls ' Glee 1; Arts Club 1; French Club 1; Spanish ( ' lub 3. ARl.ENEjOV FELDMAN Honlecoming Committee 4; Cabinet 3,4, Alternate 3; Future Teachers of America 2,3; C.A.A. 4. BARBARA FIMOFF Future Teachers of America 1,2; Spanish Club 1,2. ROBERT FIMOFF S.S.O. Monitor 4; Arts Club 4; Astronomy and Aeronautics Club 2,3; Spanish Club 1,2; Chess Club 1; lli-V 4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4. BARBARA FLEISHMAN Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 2,3; F ' all Play 1; Student Council 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; S.S.M. 1,2,3; Student L ' nion Board 4; Spanish Club 1; Cheerleaders 2,3. ROBERT FLORCZAK Radio-Electronics (;lub 3; Track 1. CHRISTINE FLOWERS Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet Treasurer 1, Alternate 2,3; S.S.D. 3,4; S.S.M. 1,2; Arts Club 1; Spanish Club 1; C.A.A. 1; Foreign Language Club 1, Vice President and Treasurer. XUDV FORD S.S.M. 3; Art Council 3,4, Vice-President 3,4. PAMELA FORGAN Redskins ' Revue 2; Fall Play 2; Spring Play 2; S.S.M. 2,4; Arts Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; C.A.A. 1,2. THEODORE]. FORSBERG Homecoming Committee 2,3; Cabinet 1,3,4, Vice-president 1, President 3,4; Unity Board 3,4; Wvsl Word 2; Idlin C uh 1,2,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4. SHELDON ELIAS Musical 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; SUver Music Pin 3; A.V.A. 2,3; Band Letter 2. SHERRY L. ENENSTEIN Bronze Key 2; Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue 2,3, Crew 2; Cabinet 1,2; Unity Hoard 4; S nr runi 4; Spodighters 1,3; Future Teachers of America 3; Russian Club 1,4, President 4; National Merit Letter of Commenda- tion 4. KAREN ENGDAHL Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; S.S.D. 2. NANCY ESTERL Science Fair 2, F ' irst Place School Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue 3; ' ivace 3,4; Orchestra 4; Silver Music Pin 3; Future Nurses of America 2; G.A.A. 1; Musical 3,4. ESTHER ETTINGER Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,4; First Place 2; Redskins ' Revue 1; Spring Play Crew 1; Musical Orchestra 4; S.S.M. 1; Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Silver .Music Pin 4; Arts Club 3,4; German Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,3,4. PATRICIA JOYCE EULBERG Redskins ' Revue 4; Spring Play 2; Orchestra 2,3,4; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. BARBARA EVERS Transferred from Kelvyn Park H.S. 2; Musical 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; G.A.A. 4. WARREN EVENSEN JOELFAERSTEIN SUSAN I.YNNE FRANKLIN S.S.O. 1,2; Arts Club 1; ScholasUc Art Award. Second Place .3. LIN FREDRICKSON Bronze Key 3; Silver Key 4; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Crew 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 4; S.S.D. 2,3,4; S.S.M. 4; Student L ' nion Board 4; L ' nity Board 4; Future Teachers of America 2; Spanish Club 2,3; Ushers ' Club 3,4; President 4; Pep Club 2;G.. .A.2,3;GuardClub4. ANDREA FREED Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Re Tje 4; Cabinet Treasurer 2; Cabinet 3; Cabinet Alternate 4; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; S.S.M. 2; Future Teachers of America 1; French Club 1. LVNNE FREEDBERG S.S.M. 2,3; Arts Club 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2. GAILFREEDMAX Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Homecoming Ortificate 4; Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4; Student CouncU Alternate 1; Cabintt 3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; S.S.M. 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Cheerleaders 2,3,4. leaders 2,3,4. BARBARA FREEMAN White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Cabinet 1; S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 3. GARY FRIEDMAN Concert Band 1,2,3; Marching Band 2,3; Latin Club 1; Hi-Y 1; Cross Country 1,2, .Minor ' N ' 1,2; Basketball 1,2, .Minor " N " 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4. LESUE FUJIYE Spring Play 2; Cabinet 2; S.S..M. 4; Arts Club 2; Russian Club Vice- President 2. KAREN FUKA S.S.M. 4; Art CouncU 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,4. " ■ JAMES FUTRANSKY Bronze Key 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Cabinet 1; National Forensic League 2; Debate 2; Hi-Y 1; Cross Country 3,4, .Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Track 1,2.3,4, Major " N " 3,4; " It ' sAcademic " 4; National .Merit Scholar- ship Semi-Finalist 3. CARYGAAN S.S.O. 4; S.S.S. H. 3, Chairman; Spanish Club 1; Hi-Y 1. AMY GABRIEL Musical 2,3,4; Vivace 2,3,4, Treasurer 2,3; Choir 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; Gold .Music Pin 3. ELIZABETH DOROTHY GALLEN Cabinet Alternate 2; Choir 3,4; Silver .Music Pu. 3; Future Nurses of America 1. WERNER J. GALOWITCH Arts Club 4; Baseball 1,2. THOMAS LEO GARDNER Fall Play 2; Thespians 2; Football 1; Basketball 1; Baseball 1,3. FRANCES GARFIELD Homecoming Committee 2,3,4; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Fall Play Crew 1,2; Spring Play Crew 1,2; Musical Crew 3; Cabinet 1,3; S.S.O. 4; S.S.M. 1, 2,3; Student Union Board 4; Arts Club 1,2; French Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2. MICHAEL GARLICH Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 3; S.S.M. 4; Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2,3; SUver Music Pin 3; Hl-Y 4; Tennis 1,2,3; Major -N " 3. ALAN GAULE S.S.S. H. 3,4; Hi-Y 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4. FRED GEIST Football Manager 1,2; Basketball Manager 1; Wrestling 1. KAREN JEAN GETSLA Transferred from Alvemia H.S. 4; National Forensic League 4; Debate Varsity Squad 4; G.A.A. 4; American Legion Speech Contest 4, Third Place 4. BONNIE GLASS Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue 4; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; West Word 3; Spanish Club 1.2,3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Timers ' Club 4. MYRNA GLASS S.S.O. 4; Arts Club 1; Ushers ' Club 3. MARILYN GLENN Fall Hay Crew 4; Student Council Alternate 1; S.S.O. 3,4; I ' shers ' Club 1,2; Timers ' Club 3,4. JUDITH ELLEN GLIEM S.S.M. 1; Spotlighters 1; Future Teacher of . merica 1; Ingenue 2; I ' ep Club 1. DIANE GOCH Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Redskins ' Revue3,4; S.S.D. 4; Thespians 4; Spodighters 1; French Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. STEVEN GODEMAN LINDA JEAN GOEBELT Redskins ' Re ' ue 4; Cabinet 2,3,4; S.S.O. 2; S.S.D. 2,3; Ushers ' Club 4; I ' ep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3. LYDIA (;OLD Transferred from Senn U.S., Chicago 2; Future Teachers of America 3; French Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3,4. DAVID ALAN GOLDBERG Transferred from Austin H.S.2;S.S.M.3;LatinClub 1; Intramurals 2,3,4. GEORGE M. GOLDBERG Astronomy and Aeronautics Club 1,2; .A.V.. .2;CrossCountry 1,2; Track 1,2. 4 I JOSEPH A. GOLDENBERG Chess Club 1; Hi-Y 1,2,3; Intramurals 1.2,3,4; Swimming 2,3; Tennis 2; Track 4. JANICE GOLDFEDER White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4, Crew ' 1; Fall Play 2,3, Crew 2;Spring Play 2; Musical 2,3; Unity Board 4; ' ivace 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; West Word 3,4; Arts Club 1,2; Thespians 2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4; Spodighters, Secretary 1; French Club 2. GARY GOLDMAN S.S.O. 1,2; Chess Club 1; Football 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3; Gymnastics 1. SHELDON GOLDNER S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 2; Intramurals 4; Art CouncU 4; Welghdifting 2; Wresding 2. DONNA GOLDSTEIN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Redskins ' Revue 1,4, Crew 1; Fall Play 1,2,3, LInderstudy 3; Cabinet Alternate 1; Thespians 1,2,3,4; Spodighters 1; French Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. GAIL GORDON Homecoming Crew 2, Publicity 4; Redskins ' Revue 3,4, Publicity 2; Fall Play Publicity 1, Props 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Spectrum Co-literary Editor 4; Arts Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Band letter 3, Orchestra Letter 3; District and State Music Awards 2. JERROLD GORSKY S.S.D. 3; Biology Club 3; Wresding 1,2. HARRIET BETH GOSS Science Fair 2; S.S.O. 4; Arts Club 4; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Orchesis 1,2. ROBERT]. GOULD Redskins ' Revue 4; Fall Play 4; Musical 3,4; Gymnastics 1; Tennis 2. TODD GRACEN Science Fair 2; S.S.O. 3; Biology Club 2,3; LaUn Club 2; Chess Club 2; A.V.A.4. SIDNEY BERNARD GRADMAN Cabinet 1,2; S.S.M. 1; Biology Club 3, Secretary 3; French Club 1; Gym- nastics 1,2. MARK GRAFMAN Transferred from Sullivan H.S., 2. KENNETH CHARLES GRAHAM Science Eair, District 2,3, State 2,3; Marching Hand 1,2; Hiology Club 1; Science Seminar 2.3,4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. KATHLEEN GRAY Redskins ' Revue 4; Musical 1.2, Crew 3; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; I ' epClub 1;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. DEN ' ISE GREEN BERG Spec n,»i 2,3,4. SUSAN GREENWAI.n S.S.S.H. 2; Arts Club 4; Erench Club 2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. NANCY GRIFFITHS S.S.S.H. 2. SUSAN GRIGG National Honor Societ ' 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 2,3; . potheosis 2; .Arts Club 1,2. BRUCE T. GROSS.MAN Science Eair 1,2, First Place 1; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.M. 2; Arts Club 1,2; Math Club 1; Spanish (Mub 2; Chess Club 1; Intramurals 2,3; W ' resding 1; Baseball 1. ALEXANDER M.GUBA Transferred from Ixiyola Academy H.S. 2; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Re ' ue3; Unity Board 4; Latin Club 2,4, Presi- dent 4; Camera Club 2; Homecoming Float Committee 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. LINDA SUE GUIXAND White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev 3; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Student Council Alternate 2; S.S.O. 2,3,4; Orchestral; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. JA.MES EDWARD GUEXTHER GAIL HAGEN S.S.M. 1; Future Teachers of .America 1; French Cluo 1; Latin Club 1. PAUL R. HAIN E1..MER HAI.LMANN Science Fair 1,2; S.S.M. 3,4; German Club 2; Intramurals 4. SCOTT DAVID HALPERT Transferred from Mather H.S. 1; Science Fair 1,3; S.S.. 1. 1; Choir 1; Biology Club 1; A.V.A. 1. MICHAEL G. HANSEN Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Musical 3,4; Uniiv Board 3,4; Or- chestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; .Marching Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Freshman Science Club 1; Camera Club 2; Pep Band 2,3,4; Barbershoppers 2 THOMAS HANSEN Science Fair State Fair 1; S.S.M. 4; Spanish Club 2; Track 2,3,4, .Major " N ' 3,4. KATHERINE L. HANSON Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 3. JAMES ALLEN HAROLDSON SHERWIN HARRIS LEE A. HASTMAN VIRGINIA RUTH HAWKINS S.S.M. 4; Utln Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Guard Club 4; Timers ' Club 4; Twlrlers 3,4. BETTY HERBERT Transferred from Champaign U.S. 4; S.S.D. 4; Guard Club 4. KIM HEREON German Club 1,2; Intramurals 1,2. JOAN M. HERBST Homecoming Committee 1,2,3; Redskins ' Revue 4; Fall Play Crew 1 2 3 Spring Play 1,2; Cabinet 1,2,3; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. 1,2; Arts Club ' l 2 ' Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2. RICHARD HERMAN STUART HERTZBERG Bronze Key 3; S.S.S.H. 4; Hi-Y 1; Intramurals Coach 3,4; " N " Club 4- Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3; Tennis 2,3,4, Major " N " 3. ROGER HEUN Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 2,3; German Club 1. BARBARA MARIE HEYER S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. 2,3; German Club 2. FRED W. HILDEBRAND S.S.S.H. ' 3; Cross Country 1,2; Track 1. MERI.E HILFMAN Redskins ' Revue Crew 1; FaU Play 4; Musical 2,3, Choreog rapher 2; Choir 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Arts Club 4; Thespians 4; Spotliehters l;Orchesis3,4. DAVID HILL Homecoming Committee 4; Cabin« 2,3,4; S.S.O. 1,2,3; Intramurals 2 3 Wrestling 3,4, Manager 4; Golf 2,3. STEVEN HIRSCHTICK Cabinet 4; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.M. 3; Hi-Y 1; Football 1,3; Basketball 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2. JOYCE DIANE HLADY S.S.D. 3; We.sl Wordi; French Club l;Ushers ' Club 3; Timers ' Club 3,4. HOWARD RAY HAWLEY MICHAEL HEAD JOHN HEINZ Science Fair 2; Fall Play 4; Musical 1,2,3,4; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; Choir 1.2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Gold Music Pin 3; Art CouncU 2; Thespians 3 4; German Club 3; Wresding 1. FRANCES HELLER Transferred from Von Steuben H.S. 2. RANDY NEAL HENNING CHERYL HENNINGSEN Cabinet Alternate 2; German Club 3. LYNNETTE MARIE HENRICHS WILLIAM HENRICKS Biology Club 1; German Club 2. AMY LOU HEPPENER Fall Play 2; Spanish Cl ub 2,3. BRUCE HOAG KIM HOBBS Kail Play Crew 1,2; Spring Plav Crew 1; Cabinet 1; S.S.M. Guidance 1; nVs H ' f(r( 2,3.4; Spotlighters 1,2; Debate4; French Club 4; I ' ep Club 1 2- G.. .A. 1. LORE M. HOEPER S.S.M. 1,2; German Club 1; Girls ' Club 1; G.. .. . 1. ELLEN HOFFM. NX S.S.M. 4; German 1. SH. ROX Sl ' E HOHEISEL Transferred from .Michigan I.ulheran Seminary 2; Cabinet . lternate 4; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Future Teachers of . merica 3; Latin (!lub 3,4, Secretary 4; G.. .A. 4; National .Merit Letter of Commendation 4. WILLIA.M P. HOHS S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.D. Supervisor 3; S.S..M. 3,4, Supervisor 4; I ' nitv Board 4; " N " Club 2,3.4, President 4; Football 1,2,3,4, .Major " X " 2,3.4- Basket- ball 1,2,3,4, .Major " N " 3,4; Baseball 1,2.3,4, .Major " X " 3,4. ELIZABETH HOXXET Bronze Kev 3; Science Fair First Place 3, Second Place District 3; Home- coming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4; Spring Play Crew 2; Stu- dent Council i; S.S.O. 2; L ' nity Board 4; Spcctnnn Co-Uterary FMitor 3; H ' c,i7 Word 2,3,4, . ssociate Xews Editor 3, Co-Editor-in-Chief 4; Thespians 2,3,4; Spodighlers 1,2; Regional Basketball Tournament 4. CHARLES HOOK Inlramurals 1,2.3; Football 2, Sophomore Shield; Baseball 2, Sophomore Shield. RAVMOXD HOST WILLIA.M HUNTER BARBARA INGRA.M Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; S.S.O. 3; S.S.S.H. 4; Pep Club 2. ANNETTE LOUELL. H ' ERSON S.S.D. 2,3; S.S.M. 3; G.A.A. 1. WALTER G. IVERSON Science Fair 1; Fall Play 1; S.S.O. 4. gf:orge]. cksox shar0xj.u:0bs S.S..M. 3,4; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1. jerrvj.jae(;er Cabinet Alternate 1; S.S.M. 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3, .Minor ' X ' 3; Wresding 1,2. JAMESJAXEK German Club 2; Hi-V 4; Intramureils Football 4; Football 1,2,3, Major " X " 3; Track 2,3,4, .Major " X " 3,4. JULIEJANSE Bronze Key 3; Redskins ' Revue 3.4, Crew 2; .Musiccd 1,2; German (Tub 1; Spodighlers 1; Ushers ' Club 4; G.. .. . 4; Orchesis 4. WALTER JANUS BARBARA JOHNSON .Musical 2; Cabinet .Mternate 3; S.S.M. 4; Vivace 3,4; Choir 3,4; Silver .Music Pin 3; LaUn Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Girls ' Glee 1,2; XaUonal Merit Scholarship Letter of C ommendation 4; Music Certificate 2. JAMES ROBERT JOHNSON Intramurals 3,4. dkm RUTHANN KALLSH S.S.M. 2,3; Spcclruiii 3; Spodighlers 1; Future Teacliers of America 2; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; C.A.A. 1,2,3. JERRY KALLISON S.S.O. 4; Intramurals 1. MARLENE KALUZNA White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Student Council Alternate 3; S.S.O. 4; Arts Club 1; Spotlighters 1; French Club 1,2,3; Ushers ' Club 3 ROBERT LAWERENCE KAPLAN Science Fair, Second Place 2; S.S.O. 1,2,3; S.S.M. 1,2,3, West Word 2,3, 4; Radio-Electronics Club 1; Tennis 2. ROBERT PAUL KAPIj N Transferred from Carr Junior High 2; S.S.M. 2; Swimming 3; Baseball 1. SUSAN B. KAPLAN S.S.D. 3; SpcilriDH 3, (ieneral Staff; Spotlighters 1; Future Teachers of America 1,2; Latin Club 1,3,4; G.A.. . 1,2,3; Orchesis 3,4; Girls ' Glee 1. SUZANNE KAPLAN Transferred from Lakeview U.S. 4. BARBARA KARIOTIS Musical Crew 3; S.S.O. 4; S.S.M. 4; Orchestra 3; Art Council 3; Ingenue 3; G.A.A. 3,4; Orchesis 3,4. ALLAN NORMAN KARLIN National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Cabinet 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; S.S.O. 3,4, Executive Board 4; Apotheosis 2; Hi-V 1; It ' s Academic Team Captain 4; Regional Tournament Com- mittee 4; National Merit Finalist 4. SUSAN KAROFF S.S.D. 2,3; S.S.M. 3,4; S ia rum 4; H ' , s Word 1. TRUDY HOPE KARP Redskins ' Revue 3; Fall Play 3; Musical 1,2; Choir 3,4; Future Nurses of America 1; French Club 2,3. DAVID KATZ Student Council 1; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 3,4, Chairman 3,4; S.S.M. 2,3, 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Basketball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3; Base- ball 1,2,3. JAMES WILLIA.M JOHNSON KENNF:TH G.JOHNSON S.S.M. 1,2,3; SjUjcc tow 4; Guard Club 4; Intramurals 1,2; Swimming 1,2, 3,4, Minor " N " 3, .Major " N " 4. LYNN JOHNSON Homecoming Committee 1,2,3,4; Student Council 1; S.S.O. 2; S.S.. 1. 2; Future Nurses of America 1,2; Latin Club 1; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Orchesis 2; Twirlers 3,4. SONJA JOHNSON WILLIAM JAMES JOHNSON S.S.O. 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Basketball 2; Track 2,3. SHARON JOHNSTON Transferred from Evanston U.S. 3; G.A.A. 3,4. ROGER KAAGE Red Certificate 1, Hi-Y 3,4; Tennis 1,2,3,4. .Major " N " 3. KRISTAKADRZYNSKI Transferred from . iles High School F.ast, 3; Homecoming Committee 3; S.S.O. 3; S.S.S.H. 3. MADELON KAHX Bronze Kev 3; Silver Key 2; Homecoming Committee 3; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; S.S.O. 4; French Club 1,2,3; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. DEAN ZELLER KATZ Fall Play 1; Musical 1,2; Cabinet 1; Orchestra 1,2; West Wort 3,4; French Club 1; Imramurals 3,4; Basketball 4. LESTER AI.1.A KELLER Science Fair 2; Musical 3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; March- ing Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 3,4; Silver Music I ' in 3; Chess Club 1. MARCIA KENO Fall Play Crew 2; S.S.O. 3; French Club 1,2. jl ' nV KERSTETTER Red Ortificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2, Second Place; Student Council 3,4; Cabinet AUernale 1,2; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.D. .Sec- retary 3; Future Nurses of America 1. Secretary I; Latin Club 1,2; G.A.A. 3; cheerleaders 2,4, Secretary 2. LINDA EUEN KF:SSEL Musical 3; Cabinet Alternate 1; S.S.O. 3,4; I ' nity Board 3,4; Latin Club 1,2, Vice-president 1; C.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Orchesis 2,3,4, President 3,4. JAMES KILbXCKEV MARGARET V. KINOWSKI White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Fall Play 1; Spotlightcrs 1; C.A.A. 1; Home Arts Departmental Achievement Award 2. CAROLE KIRK Student Council . lternate 1,2; S.S.M. 4; Arts Club 1. GARY ALAN KISZELY Redskins ' Revue 3,4; S.S.O. 2, Chairman 4; Student I ' nion Board 4; Intramurals 3; Football 1,2,3, Major " N " 3. ROBERT KITSOS Homecoming Committee 4; S jff raw 3,4; Wis l ' wrrf 2,3,4, Sports Editor 4; Spanish Club I; Intramurals 3,4. BOB KLEINZWEIC Biology Club 2; German Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 1; Hi-Y 1.2,3; Intra- murals 1,2,3,4. JOHN KLE.MMER Concert Band 2,3; Marching Band 2,3; Stage Band 2,3,4. CHARMAINE KLIEN Redskins ' Revue Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 2; Spring Play Crew 4; Future Nurses of America 1,4; Ingenue 1,2; French Club 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,3,4. JANIS KLIPHARDT National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2; Homecoming Court 4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Student Council 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 4; I ' nity Board 2; Choir 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; French Club 1,2,3,4, President 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4. DONALD KLIPOWICZ Hi-Y 4; Intramurals 3,4; Gymnastics 1; Baseball 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4. JON KLUGE LINDA KLYMAN Cabinet Alternate 3; S.S.M. 2,3; French Club 1,2; German Club 3,4; Ush- ers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3. BETTY ANN KOCH Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 3; Pep Club 2. ANDREA KOEHLER Transfer from NUes East H.S. 3; S.S.O. 4. JAMES D. KOHL German Club 2; Hi-Y 4. JOANN DOLORES KOZNARSKI S.S.O. 4; Ingenue 2. 15 1 JANET R. KUFFER STEVE KUKLIN Science Fair 1; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 3; French Club 1,2; Inlramurals 1; Cross Country 3,4, Major " N " 3; Gymnastics 1,2; Track 2,3. WALTER KUMMEKOW S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 4; " N " Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; WresUing 1,2,3,4, .Major " X " 2,3,4. JOSEl ' II KWASNIAK KATHLEEN LACH Cabinet 2; S.S.O. 3; A.V.A. 4. RUSSELL A. LAIN S.S.O. 3; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4. GARY ASH ERLAFF Pep Club 2. ROISERT LAMBER TY INGRID LANDBERG Redskins ' Revue 3; S.S.O. 3; S.S.M. 3; Orchestra 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; I ' epClub 1;G.A.A. 1. LINDA LANDERHOLM Homecoming Committee 2,3; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Spotlighters 1,2; Future Nurses of America 2; I ' ep Club 1;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Treasurer 3; Board 2,3; Aquasprites 3; Timers ' Club 3; Orchesis 2. RONALD GALE LANDES Bronze Key 3; Science Fair First Wace 2; S.S.O. Chairman 4; Cross Country 1, Minor " N " 1; Basketball 1,2,3, Major " N " 2,3; Tennis 2,3, Major " N " 2,3; It ' s Academic " Alternate 4. DORIS LANCE BARBARA KR. .MARCZVK Musical 1, I ' ublicity Crew 2; Future Nurses of . merica 2,3; Ingenue 2- Secretary 3; G.A.A. 4; Girls ' Glee 1,2. IRVING KRAVITZ S.S.O. 4; S.S.S.H. 4; Hi-V 1,2; Intramurals 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3; Baseball 1,2. SHERYL RONNA KREITER Homecoming Committee 3,4; F ' all Play Crew 1,2; Student Council Alter- nate 1; Cabinet Alternate 2.3,4; S.S.M. 4; Student I ' nion Board 4; . rts Club 2; Spotlighters 1; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Timers ' Club 4. CAROL KRETSCHMAR Redskins ' Revue 2,4; Cabinet 2; S.S.M. 1,2,4. JACK KRISTOF S.S.O. 1,2,3; S.S.O. Supervisor 3; " N " Club 4; Football 1,2.3,4, Minor " N ' 3, Major " N " 4; Boys ' Stale Award 2. JUDITH R. KRIZ F ' uture Teachers of .Vmerica 3. BONNIE KRf)Oni Cabinet Allernalc 1; Spirliiim 4; Spotlighters 1; I ' ep Club 1,2; (;.. .A. 1,2. FRED KUECHEN.MEISTER F ' all Play 3,4; Spring Play 4; Thespians 4; Football 1. DONALD KUEHN Concert Band 3,4; .Marching Band 4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 1,3, Major " N " 4; (;olf 2,3,4, Minor " N " 3. 152 SALl. ' i jl-.AX i.a (;f.k Transferred troni Kvaiisliin Twp. U.S. 2; . rt ( " ouncil !?.4; Frencli (Hub 3. KAKKN LARSON l ' ep(:lub3;(;.A.A. 1,4. I.INDA l,Alir,III.IN Redskins ' Revue 4; Kail I ' lay 4; Spring Play 1; .Musical 1,2,3,4; Student Council .Mternate 1; S.S.O. 2; I ' nity Board 2; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 4; . rts Club 1,2; Thespians 4; SpoUighters 1; Future Xurscs ol America 1,2,3; Ccrman Club 1,2, President 2; Pep Club 1; C.X.A. 1.2,3, Board 2. JUDY I.F.AR S.S.M.4; Pep Club 1. RICIIARO I.FPVARn 1!. R1!AR. LKF Homecoming Court 3; lloinecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Re ' ue 2, 3,4; Musical 1,2; Cabinet I; S.S.O. 3; S.S..M. 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; C.A.A. 3; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4. LI.NDA RUTH LEE .Musical 2; Unitv Board 2; Ingenue 1,2, Pres. 2; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. STE ' E LEE Homecoming Committee 3.4; Cabinet 1.2, President 2; S.S.O. 2,3,4, S.S.O. Board 4; S.S.I). Supervisor 3; S.S..M. 2,4; Student L ' nion Board 3; L ' nity Board 2; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; Ili-V 1; " N " ' Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Cross Coun- try 2,3, -Major " X " 3; Wresding 4, Major " X " 4; .Mascot 4; Regional Basketball Tournament Committee 2,3,4. BRUCE LEFFINGW ' ELL Science Fair 1; Homecoming Committee 1; Cabinet 1; S.S.S.H. 3; Biology Club 1; Math (ilub 1; Latin Club 1; Hi- ' 1; Intramurals 1; Cross (Joun- trv 1; Gymnastics 1,2.3; Tennis 1; Track 1,2. IKFFREV LERXER .School Science Fair 2; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S..M. 3.4; A. ' .A. 4; Wrestling 2.3,4; Sophomore Shield 2; Minor " X " 3.4; Baseball 3.4; Minor " X 3.4. |UI)1 LK TOURXEAU Spotligliters 1. . BR. HAM LEV Bronze Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Student Council 1; S.S.S.H. ' 3.4; S.S.O. 4; " Intramurals 4; ' " N " Club 4; Football 1.2; Cross Countrv 3; .Minor " X " 3; Basketball 1,2,3; Track 3.4; .Minor " N " 3,4; .Xational Merit I.etter of (Commendation 4. SCOTT LEN ' ENFEI.O S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.O. Supervisor 3; S.S..M. 1.2; Biologv Club Vice-Pres. 3; Wrestling 1.2; Baseball 3; Track 3. SHERWTX I.EN ' IX S.S.O. 3,4; I ' nity Board 2; .Math Club 2,3, President 2; Spanish 2; Pep Club 2; Football 3; Gymnastics 1,2,3. STAX ' TOX LEVIN S.S.S.H. 3; A.V.A. 2,3; Intramurals 1.2,3.4. S ' TI ' ARTLE ' 1X Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Fall Plav Stage .Manager. Lighting Manager 4; Spring Plav . ssistant Lighting .Manager 3; Thespians 3,4; French Club 1; A.V.A. 1 2. STl ' ART . LAN LEVIN Transferred from . ustin U.S. 3; Intramurals 3; Major Letter 3.4. A.MV LOUISE LEVINE Red Cenificate 1; Redskins ' Revue Crew 2,3,4; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Musi- cal Crew 2,3; Cabinet 1; Choir ' iA: Spd iuiii Business Manager 4; rts Club 2, Historian 4; Thespians 3,4; Spodighters 1,2; Silver Music Pin 3. .M.UiLA LEVINE NANCY LEVITT Science Fair 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Ingenue 1; liiologv Club 1; Spanish Club 1,2,3; G.A.A. 1,2.3. STEWART T. LEVY F ' rench Club 1; Cross ( ' ountry 2. 153 ALAN LO ' KRIN(: Homecoming Committee 4; Cabinet 1,3; HVi UV iy 4; lli ' 4; Intra- murals 3,4; Wrestling 3,4; Gymnastics 1,2. CONSTANCKl.OW ' K Kail I ' lav C:rew 3; Cabinet Secretary 2; .S..S.O. 2; S.S.D. 3; S.S.M. 2; Spanish Club 3; Hep Club 1.2; G.A.A. 1,2. [A.MS l.OWV Cabinet 1; S.S.S.H. 2,3, Secretary 2; S.S.M. 2.3.4; Arts Club 1; French Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Bowling 2. ' 1,1S. loVCK i.riiix Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1; . rts Club 1,2; Spotlighters 1,2, Treasurer 2; Future Teachers of America 3,4; Spanish (Jlub 2.3,4, (Chairman 3; Pep Club 1;(;.. .A. 1.2; Girls ' (;lee 1,2. TF.KRF.XCK .McCO.MIi STK ' F. .McCOX.M ' GICl S.S.O. 1,2,3; S.S.D. 1,2,3,4; Art Council 1; French Club 1. .MAURFK.X FK.WCKS .MAllFK S.S.D. 3; Future Teachers of America 3; French Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3. ni.WF Kl.lSK M. |F.SriC Redskins ' Keyue 3; Fall I ' lay Crew 1,2; Spring I ' lav Crew 2; Cabinet .Mlerjiale 3; ' S.S.O. 2,4; S.S.. i. 4; .!) «( ™;» 3,4, Senior Section Co-Editor 4; . rts Club 3,4; Thespians 2,3.4; Spodighters 1; Future Teachers ot . merica 1. PATRICIA MARIK M.M.OXK Homecoming Coniniiltee Crew 3; Redskins ' Revue Crew 2,3; F ' all Play (irew 3; Future Teachers (Tub of America 1; Future Nurses of America 4; French Club 1.3; I ' ep Club 2; G.A.. . 1,2,3,4, Pin 1, Minor Award 3. SU.SAN MANN Bronze Key 3; Redskins ' Revue 3;iy«(7™;H3;. rts Club 2; Future Nurses ol America 1; French Club 4. CAROLE MANNA STEVE MARINO S.S.M. 3; Intramurals 4; Football 1,2,3,4; .Major " N " 3; Baseball 1,2. ANTHONY LEWIS .Science Fair 2, Second Division .Award Winner; S.S.M. 3.4; Concert Band 1.2.3; .Marching Band 1.2,3; Hi-V 1,2.3,4; Intramurals 3,4. Baseball Champs 3; WresUing 1,2, Soph. Shield 1,2; Baseball 1.2; Frosh Shield 1 Soph. Shield 2. LINDA LICHTENSTEIN Science Fair 2nd Places . ward 3; Homecoming Committee 2,3; Redskins ' Revue 3; S.S.O. 2,3,4, Secretary 3; S.S.M. 4; Future Teachers of America 1; French Club 2,3; Pep Club 1.2; G.A.. . 1; Cheerleaders 2; Regional Basketball Tournament Committee 4. JANICE LIEBLING Bronze Key 3; S.S.M. 4; Arts Club 1,2; Spodighters 1,2; French Club 1. 2,3,4, ' ice President 4. cii. rlexei,ini(:k White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3: Science Fair 3; Home- coming Committee 4; Cabinet .Alternate 1,3; S.S.S.H. 3; Spcchum 2; Spodighters 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Tri-Hi- ' i ' 1; Regional ' Basketball Tournament .Arts Committee 4. D()l-(:i.. SLIP. l. X Xatioual Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2.3,4; Student Council 3,4; Cabinet .Mternate 1; .Apo- theosis 4; German Club 1; Intramurals Weight-liftijig Club 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3.4; . . ' TG German Contest .Award 3; National Merit Finalist 4. RITA LISSER Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet 3,4; Spodighters 1,2; French Clpb 1; Pep Club 2;(;.A.A. 1,2,3. CAROL LONG .Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 2.3,4; Redskins ' Revue 3.4; F ' all Play Crew 2; Student Council 1,2; Cabinet 3,4; S.S.O. 4; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. 2; .Student Inion Board 4; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1. LORENELOSHFR Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3. ROBERT I.OTZ Science Fair 2; S.S.O, 4; S.S.S.H. 3; Swimming 1.2.3, Minor 2,3; Baseball 1. CIIKlSTOl ' llKU MARKS Kail I ' lav 3; Musical 4; S.S.S.H. Chairman 3; Arts C:lub 3,4; I ' hespians 3,4; Kootball 4; Wrestling 4. PENNY liKTU MARKS S.S.O. 3; S..S.M. 3. BONA MARTIN STK ' F.N MASK1.1.I Rronze Key 2; Science Fair 2,3; Musical 1,2; (lluiir 1,2,3.4; Silver Music Pin 3; huraniurals 2; 1 ennis 2,3. LVNNK |()Y( ' .K MAS() ' F.R Cabinet 1; S.S..M. 4; Apotheosis 1; French Club 1,2,3,4. ci.f:nn masten S.S..M. 2,3; " N " CUub 4; Football 2, W resiling 1.2.3,4, .Minor " N " 3, Co-Captain 4. CERAl.D .MATAVK.X Pep Club 2,3; Intraniurals 3. TOM-.MATTINCl.V S.S..M. 4; R.adio-Eleclronics Club 1,2; lli- ' 1,2.3,4. APRIL M. l ' Musical 2,3,4; Student Council 1; Cabinet 2,3,4, Treasurer 3; S.S.M. 1,2; ' ivace 3,4; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3. KFNNF.Ill .MAUL l.IND.V .MKLA.MED Redskins ' Revue 2,3; Musical 1; Cabinet 1, Secretary 1; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.I). 3,4; French Club 1; Tri-Hi-V 1; I ' shers ' Club 3; C.A.A. 1,2. SALLY .MEL .ER Spring Play 1; .Musical 1; Pep Club 2,3.4, Vice-President 4. SCOTT |AY .MERMEL Hronze Key 3; Science Fair 3; Fall I ' lav Business .Manager 3,4; Spring Play Business .Manager 2; .Musical 3,4, Business .Manager 3; Cabinet .ilternatc 1; I ' nitv Board 3; Orchestra 4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Ireasurer 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Silver .Music Pin 3; . rt Council 1; Thespians 2,3,4; Biologv Club 1; .MathClub3;CerinanC:lub 2,3,4; Intraniurals 3,4. DAVID MERRILL Bronze Kev 3; .Science Fair 1,2,3; Fall Play Crew 3,4; .Musical Crew 2,3; Thespians 3,4; Radio-Electronics Club Vice-President 3; Russian Club 2,3,4. GARY . N1)REW .MF.SZ. R(IS Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Orchestra 4; Concert Band 2,3,4, Band Letter 2; Marching Band 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Latin Club 4. lAlUiY ME ' TNICK White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; S. S.S.I I. 3; .Math Club 3; French CMub 2; (iyninastics 2,3,4, Captain 2,4; Tennis 1. CAREN MICH Fall Play Crew 2; Cabinet 1; S.S.M. 3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 2,3; C.V.A. 1,2; Orchesis 1,2,3, LEE ROBERT MILLER Transferred fro m Notre Dame 3; Science Fair 3; Fall I ' lay 3,4; Musical 3,4; S.S.M. 3; Choir 4; West Wuidi; Thespians 3, Treasurer 4; A. ' .A. 3;lli-Y4. FREDERICK .MII.WKR S.S.O. 2; Intraniurals 3,4; C ' .ymnastics 1,2. .MARCIA .MINK .Science Fair 2; llonieconiing Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Cabinet 1,4; S.S.O. 2,3; Arts Club 3; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4. M. RY ANN MINNERATH Transferred from Rapid Cilv U.S., Rapid Cjtv, South Dakota 3; Pep Club 3. WILLIAM K. MLIKPHY MAKC MUSKAT Bronze Key 2;(:abinet2;S.S.S.II.3,4; Intramurals3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4. I ' lIVLLIS A. MVKRS S.S.M. 2; Spanish Club 2,3. JANET KAY MVLES National Honor Society 3,4; White Ortiticate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair, First Place 3; Redskins ' Ke -ue2,3; Spring IMav ( rew 2; Studenl Council Alternate 1; S.S..M. 2; L ' nity Board4; S in riiiii 2.3, Liter- ary Editor 3; U ' cv Wok 3,4, Associate Feature Editor 3, ( o-FMitor-in- Cihief, 4; Thespians 2,3,4; Spotlighters 1; Future Teachers of .America 4; Latin Club 1,2.3,4; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 2; Twirlers 1,2,3. stf:waktc. mvrent Hi-V4;Track I. ROBERT NAULER Transferred from Soudi Shore U.S. 2; S.S.S.II. 3; S.S.M. 4; Latin Club 4, Intramurals 3,4. |OAN NAKAVAMA Redskins ' Revue 2, Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 2.3; Spring Play Crew 2; Musical 3,4; Cabinet Alternate 1,2; S ' .S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.S.H. Secretary 4; Ushers ' VAuh 4; Pep Club 1,2; C.. .A. 4; Orchesis 3, Vice-President 4. DIANE NATKIN ' ivacc 1,2; Apotheosis 1,2,3; French Club 2. VIRCINIA NELSON LAWRENCE NELSON Football 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Track 2. RONALD NELSON Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Intermediate Band 2. RUSSELL F. NELSON Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair First Plac 2,3; Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; , iarching Band 2.3,4; Silvei Music Pin 3; Madi Club 3. RONALD MIRSHAK S.S.M. 3,4; Cross Country 1.2; .Minor " . " 1; Track 1. K. TI1V . IITZ Redskins ' Revue3;StudentCouncilAlternate4;S.S.M. 2,3,4; Future Nurses of . merica 2,3,4; L ' shers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 3,4; . quasprites 3.4, Secretary 4; Cuard Club. JUDITH .MIZOCK Bronze Key 3; Science Fair First Place 2; S.S.S.H. 2.3; S.S.M. 2.4; Wis ir(j)Y 3; . rts Club 1,2,3; Future Teachers of.Anierica 2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Ushers ' Club 3. .MARY MOLDFINHAUER Transferred from Polytechnic U.S. 2; Bronze Key 2; C.A.A. 4. LANNV .MOLDOFSKV Football 1,2,3; C ' iunastics 1.2. KATIILEEX .MOVES Red Ccrtiticate 1; lironze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair, First Place 2; Homecoming ( ' ourt 3; Homecoming Conitiiittee 2,3.4; Redskins ' Revue4; Spring Play Crew 1; Student (Council 3. . lternate2; Cabinet . ltcrnate 1,4; S.S.O. E.Mecutive lioard 4; S.S.S.II. Secretary 3; S.S.D. 1; S.S..M. 2; Sptr- liiiiii Special F vents Co-Editor 4; French Club 2; Pep Club 1,2; National Merit Letter of Clommendation 4. BARB. K. Ml ' KLLER Redskins ' Revue 2; Pep Club 2,3, Chairman C.. .A. 1; Pins and Pans 1; S.S.. 1. 3. Publicity Committee 3; ROBERT .MUELLER P.ronze Key 3; S.S.. L 4; Spanish Club 2,3; Ili-V 2,3; Intramurals 2,3.4; (toss Countr - 2. CHRISTOPHER CEORCK MURL. S .National Honor Society 3.4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 2,3, State Science Fair First Place 2; Student Council 1,4; S.S.O. 3.4; S.S.S.II. 4, Supervisor 4; Concert Band 2.3; Math Club 2.3; Latin Club 2,3,4. Secretary 2; Iiuramurals 3,4; " N " Club 4; Cross Coun- try 1,2, .Minor " N " 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4, .Minor " N " 3; Tennis 2; Coif 3,4, .Major " N " 3,4. LORELEI NF.HBARTII Transferred from Escondido Union M.S. 2; S..S.. L 2; Unity Board 3; Spodighters 2; German Club 3; Spanish Club 2,3. President 3. ELAINE ANITA NEUBAUER Bronze Kev 3; Redskins ' Re ' ue ( ' rew 3,4; Fall Play Crew 1,3,4; Spring Play Crew 2; Musical ( ' rew 3,4; Arts Club 2.3,4, Treasurer 3; Thespians 3,4; Spodighters I. CRAIG NEUMAN LINDA E. NORLING S.S.M. 4; Orchestra 2; Future Nurses of America 1,2; G.A.A. 3,4; Aqua- sprites 3,4. CAROLJEAN NOR.MAN JOANNNOTO S.S.M. 3; Art Council 1,2,3,4, Recording Secretary 4; A.V.A. 1,2,3; Pep Club 1. NANCY NOVAK Science Fair 1; Fall Play Crew 1; Musicale 2,3;. Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4, Student Conductor 4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 3; Silver .Music Pin 3; Wis Won , reporter 4; Arts Club 1,2,3,4, President 4; Spodighters 1; Future Teachers of America4; Future Nurses of America 1,2; German Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. ARLENE NOVICK Bronze Key 3; French Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; WILLIAM NOVOTNY S.S.O. 3,4; Spanish Club 3; A.V.A. 2; Swimming 1. MARY ELLEN OEHLER Red skins ' Revue 2; Fall Play 1,2,3,4; Spring Play 1,2; Musical Crew 3; S.S.S.H. Secretary 2; S.S.D. 4; fhespians 2,3,4; Spotlighters 1,2; Future Teachers of America 1; French Club 1,2,3. ROBERT EARL OLSON District Science Fair 2; S.S.M. 3,4; Hi-Y 3; Intramurals 3,4; Cross Coun- try 2; Basketball 2,3, .Minor " N " 3; Golf 1,2. df:an ortmann A.V.A. 1; Intramurals 1,2,3; Football 1,2; Wresding 1. CHRISTINE OSCARSON Bronze Key 3; S.S.M. 2;FutureTeachersofAmerica 1,2; French Club 1,2. RALPH OVERBECK .MICHAEL OWENS JERILVN PACKER Red Certificate 1; Redskins ' Revue Crew 4; Student Council .Alternate 3; S.S.O. 1,4; Unity Board 3,4; French Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 2, Presi- dent 3,4. MICHAEL D. PANCHESIN Science Fair 2; German Club 2. GLENN PARKER S.S.O. 4; Basketball 1,2. MARLENE PARKER Redskins ' Revue 1; S.S.O. 1,2; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Arts Club 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. jamf:sparry S.S.S.H. Assistant Chairman 3; S.S.M. 2,4; Football 2,4, Minor ' 7 " 2, Major " N " 4; Track 2, Minor " N " . DONNA PAUL Cabinet 1,2, Alternate 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Student Union Board 4; Speclrum 3; Arts Club 1; Spanish Club 2,3; Ushers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1,2,3. 157 DOW ALI X I ' KARl.MAX Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Kail Play Crew 3; Musical Crew 3; Student Council Alternate 1; Student Union Board 4; Unity Board 3; H ' c, 7 Wijid 3,4; Arts Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; SpoUighters 1,3; National Forensics League 4; .Astronomy and .Aeronautics ( .lub 1,2,3.4, President 3; Cicrman Club 2,3. ROHKRTPENKI.l.K Hi- ' 1; Cymnastics 1; Baseball 2. ROSI.VX PEPPER Musical 4; .Arts Club 4; Future Teachers of .America 4; G..A..A. 1,2,3,4; .Art (iuild President 4. HELEN PERRI Homecoming ueen 4; Redskins ' Revue 1;2,3; Spring Plav 2,3; .Musical 2,3; Cabinet .Mternate 1; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; ' ivace 4; Choir 3,4; Ushers ' Club 2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Cheerleaders 1,2, Captain 1,2; JOHN R. PETERS Bronze Key 2; Silver Key " 3; Cabinet 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; S.S.O. 4; S.S..M. 2; Student L ' nion Hoard 4, Treasurer. GORDON AUN PETERSON Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Musical 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Concert Master 3,4; Silver .Music Pin 2; Gold Music Pin 3. JULIE PETERSON Transferred from Catholic Central H.S. 4. LOIS PETERSON Spanish Club 1,2; Musical 2; Girls ' Glee 2; Choir 3,4. WTLLIAM KA1!L PETERSON THOMAS PFAFF Red Certilicate 1; Brojize Key 2; Science Fair 2,3,4, District Fair 2, Chi- cago Area F ' air 2, State F ' air 3,4; S.S.O. 2,3,4, F ' .xecutive Board Chairman 4; S.S.S.H. Chairman 2; S.S.D. Supervisor 3; S.S..M. 2; Unitv Board 4; Utin Club 2; " N " Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4, .Minor " N " 3, .Major " N " 4; Wrestling 4; Gymnastics 1,2,3, Minor " N " 1,3; Track 3,4, .Minor " N " 3, .Major " N " 4. TERRY PIELL Sjicctruni 3; .Arts Club 2. SUSAN ELLEN PIFKE Transferred from Carl Schurz H.S. 2; Science Fair Second Place 2; Home- coming Committee 3; Redskins ' Revue Crew 3,4, Chairman 4; Fall Play Crew 3; Student (Council .Alternate 3, Representative 4; Student Union Board 4; Wcsl H ' »rf 4;FutureTeachersofAmerica 3; Spanish Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. MARCIA PINKWATER JERO.ME VICTOR PISANO Science Fair 1, Second Place; Homecoming (Committee 4; Cabinet 2,3,4, Sargent at Arms 3,4; Hi-V 3;4, Secretary 4; Intramurals 3,4; Track 1, Regional Committee Basketball Tournament Chairman 4. HOWARD PLENN Bronze Kev 3; Science Fair First Place 1,2,3; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Science Club 1. lAKRV POGOFSKV S.S.M. 4; Biology Club 2; Spanish Club 1; Wrestling 2,3. LETITIA ANN POLAK Transferred from Good Counsel H.S., 2; Cabinet Alternate 3; Future Nurses oi . merica 3. PHILIP POLLOCK Student Council 1; S.S.O. 4; A.V.A. 1,2; Intramurals 1,2,3. PAMEIj POWELL Cabinet Alternate 2; Unity Board 4; Choir 4; Future Nurses of America 3; French Club 1,2,4; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 3; Timers ' (;iub 3,4, Secretary 4. PAMELA PRANGE HARRIET PRICE JANIS LEE PUIM Bronze Key 2; Science Fair 1; Redskins ' Kevue 1; Student ( ' uuncil 1; Cabinet 2,3,4; S.S.O. 1; S.S.D. 2,3. I.IXDA RAOICEK (;.A.A. 1,2. ROBIX RA.Xn Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue 2,4; Cabinet 1; S.S.S.H. 2,3; S.S.D. 3; Spodighters 1; Latin Club 1; C.A.A. 2,3; Timers ' Club 4. . L RV FRANCES RKADINC Future Nurses oi .America 3; Pep Club 2; ( A..A. 2. GARY I. RElUiE Transferred from Roosevelt U.S. 2; Science Fair 2; French Club 3; Hi-V 4; Intramurals 3,4. CHRLSHAN REOniNGER SANDRA L. REYNOLDS Ingenue 3. LORRAINE RICCI DIANE RIFKIN Homecoming Committee 2; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; Fall I ' lay (irew 2; Cabi- net 1; S.S.O. 2,3; Spotlighters 3; Future Teachers of America 4; F ' rench Club 1; I ' ep Club 1,2; (;.A.A. 1,2,3. DENNIS MICHAEL RISSMAN S.S.M. 3,4; Football 1; Tennis 1. JERRY V. RODMAN Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3; Cross Countrv 1.2,3,4, Major " N " 3; Hi-Y 1; Student Council 1; Cabinet 2; S.S.O. 1,2; S.S.H. Chairman 3,4; Basketball 2. SHARON RODNICK Homecoming (Committee 2,3,4; Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4; Fall I ' lay 1,2,3, I ' ublicitv Crew; Spring I ' lav 2,3, I ' ublicitv Crew; S.S.S.H. 3,4; S.S.M. 1,2, 3,4; . rts Club 1,2; Spanish t;lub 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Cheerleaders 4. ROSE.MARY ROGAN Spanish Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2. JUDITH R(X;iN Transferned from Mather 4. KAREN ROLAK S.S.O. Receptionist 3; S.S.. I. 2; West Word 2,4; Pep Club 1,2; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1. FRANCES ROOT S.S.M. 3,4; Future Teachers of America 1; Spanish Club 1; Ushers ' Club 1; Pep Club 1,2. JUDITH ROSFXRANS Redskins ' Revue 4; S.S.0.4;SpanishClub 1;G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, .Minor Award 1,2, .Major Award 3,4, F ' xecutive Board 1,2. ALAN ROSEN S.S.S.H. 3; Hi-Y 1; Intramurals 3,4; Cross Country 1; Baseball 2. .MARK LEIGH ROSENBLOOM Transferred from .Mather H.S. 1; S.S.O. 3; German Club 3,4. WTLUA.M ROSENQUIST Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Student Council 3; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. Supervisor 4; Hi-Y 1,2; " N " Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4. ROBERT ROSS Transferred from Rich Township High School East, Park Forest, 111. 3; Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 4; Redskins ' Re ' ue3; Fall Play 3; Spring Play 3; Student Union Board 4; West Word 3,4; Thespians 3,4; A.V.A. 4. MICHAEL SALERNO S.S.O. 3,4. LESLIE SANDLER Transferred from Von Steuben H.S. 2; Radio-Eleclronics Club 2; Intra- murals 2. SCOTT SARANECKI Cabinet 1; Football 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2,3,4. MARCIA MARIE SASS Homecoming Committee 3,4, co-director 4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Musical Crew 3; Student Council Alternate 2; Cabinet 1,2,3,4; S.S.. L 1,2; Student Union Board 4; Choir 4; Arts Club 1,2; Latin Club 1,3,4; I ' ep Club 1,2; Guard Club 4; Timers ' Club 2,3,4, President 3; Regional Basketball Tour- nament Committee 3,4. RICK SCHAFER Cross Country Soph Shield 2; Swimming 1,2,3, Soph. Shield 2; Track 1, 2,3,4, Soph Shield 2, Major " N " 3,4. BONNIE SCHIFFMAN Musical 1; S.S.O. 1,2; Biology Club 3; Spanish Club 2. RON SCHILLER Homecoming Committee 2; S.S.O. 3; S.S.M. 3; Radio-Electronics Club 2; A.V.A. 3; Intramurals 3. JAMES SCHLITTER S.S.M. 4; German Club 2. JAMESA. SCHNIDT S.S.O. 1,2; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.D. 3; Hi-Y 1; " N " Club 2,3,4; Basketball 1,2, 3,4, Major " N " 2; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Minor " N " 1; Major " N " 2,3,4. KEITH E. SCHROEDER Science Fair 3; Redskins ' Revue 4; Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 3,4; Biology Club 1; Hi-Y 4; Cross Country 2; Tennis 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2. BONNIE SCHULHOFK Redskins ' Revue 4; Fall Hay 4; S.S.M. 3; Arts Club 2; Spotlighters 1; Future Teachers of America 2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1. JULIE SCHULMAN Redskins ' Revue 3; Cabinet 1; S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 2,3; Spotlighters 1; French Club 2,3; Ushers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2. STEPHEN ROTHBLATl Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3; National Forensic League 2,3; Debate 1,2,3; Radio-FTectronics Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, President 4; Wresding 1. SANDRA JO RUBIN Transferred from Tuley H.S. 3; Bronze Key 3; . rts Club 4; I ' hespians 4; Spodighters 1; Future Teachers of America 3; G.A.A. 3. DONNA RUGENDORF Cabinet 1,2,3, Alternate 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3; Spodighters 1; Future Nurses of America 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Guard Club 4. SHARRY RUGENDORF Science Fair 4; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue Crew 1; Cabinet 1,2,3,4, Sargeant at Arms 1; S.S.D. 1; S.S.. I. 2,3; Arts Club 1,2; Art Council 1,2,3; Spodighters 1; Biology Club 2; Math Club; F ' uture Teachers of America (Tub 1; Future Nurses of America 1; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Chess Club 1; Ushers ' Club 3,4; A.V.A. 2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A 1,2,3,4; Guard Club 4; Timers ' Club 4; Regional Basketball Committe 4; Scholastic Art Award 3; Gold Art Key. JOANNE CRUST Vivace 2,3,4; Choir 2,3,4; Silver .Music Pin 3; Future Nurses of America 3. RUSSELL SABAC Science Fair 1,3; Basketball 1,2; Track 1,2. RICHARD SACK Concert Band 3; Marching Band 3; Football 4. JEFFREY SAFERSTEIN Science Fair 1; Orchestra 1,2; Concert Band 1,2; Debate 2; Biology Club 1,2; Intramurals 3. JEANNE SAFURSKI S.S.M. 3,4; Spec mm 4. FAUl.KTTE SCHULMAN Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Kevue 2,3.4; Fall I ' lay Crew 2; Student Council 1; Cabinet 2,3,4; S.S.O. 2,3; Student Union Board 4; Arts Club 1; Fep Club 1; C..A.A. 1. ALAN D. SCHWARTZ Science Fair First Place Awards 2; Outstanding Place Chicago Fair 2; S.S.O. 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Hi-V 1,2,3; Cross Country 4, Major " N " 4; Track 3,4. Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4. DONALD SCHWARTZ Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. 2; Swimming 1,2, Shield 2. ROBERT EDWARD SCHWARZ Football 1. ROBERT SCHWARTZ HOLLY SEMILOFF Science F ' air 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue 1,2,3,4, Stu- dent Director 4; Fall Play 2,3; Musical 1,3; S.S.O. 2.3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Spotlighters 1,2; National Forensic League 3,4; American Legion Oratori- cal Contest 2,3, Second Place Silver Medal 3, First Place Gold Medal 4. JAMES SEMPLE VANCE SHAF Swimming 2. SARITA SHAPIRA Fall Play Crew 4; S.S.M. 2; Arts Club 1; Future Teachers of .America 1; French Club 1,2,3. HOWARD L. SHAPIRO A.V.A. 1.2,3; Baseball 1.3.4, .Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4. LINDA SHAPIRO Homecoming Committee 4; Fall Play Crew 2; Cabinet 1, .Alternate 2; S.S.D. 2; S.S.M. 1,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Regional Basketball Tournament Arts Committee 4. MICHAEL SHARE S.S.M. 2; Baseball 1,2. KAREN SHELLIST Orchestra 1.2,3,4; G.A.A. 2. Silver .Music Pin 3; Arts Club 4; Spanish Club 2,3; IRASHER.MAN Bronze Key 3; Science F ' air 2,3; F ' irst Place 2; Second Place 3; Home- coming Committee 2.3,4; Redskins ' Revue 3; Unity Board 3; UV.s Word 4; Thespians 4; Spotlighters 3; German Club 2,3,4; V ice-President 2,3. GRETCHEN SHIVLEY S.S.O. 2,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2. SUSAN SHLIM Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue 4; Fall Play 4; .Musical 4; Concert Band 1,2,3,4; Marching Band 1,2,3,4; Thespians 4; Pep Club 3. MICHAEL SIDEL Transferred from Senn U.S. 2. .MARCEV SIEGEL Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3 ; Science Fair 1; Redskins ' Revue 3; Musical 1; Cabinet Alternate 3; S.S.M. 2,3; French Club 2,3; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. ELLEN SILBERMAN Homecoming Committee PreGameCeremonv4;Student Council 1; S.S.S.H. 2; S.S.D. 1,4; S.S.M. 1,3,4; Spanish Club 1; ' A.V.A. 4; G.A.A. 1. ALLAN SILVERSTEIN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; SUver Key 3; Science Fair, First Place, State Competition 2; S.S.O. 1; Biology Club 1; German Club 2,3. MARK SILVERT Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3, Grand Champion 2, Out- standing 3, Outstanding State 2, First State 3, First Chicago Teachers .Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue 3; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 1,2; HVs7 HV rrf 3,4; Arts Club 4; Biology Club 1; Math Club 3; Russian Club 2,4, Vice-President 4; Chess Club 4; Guard Club 2; In- tramureds 4; Swimming 1,2; Tennis 1,3,4; National Merit Letter of Com- mendation 4. JUDITH SMITH LEONARD A. SMOCK Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key3;Arts(;lub 1; Biology Club 2; Iiitramurals I; Tennis 1,2,3, Major " S " 3. VL DIMIK SOKOl.OV Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,3; Russian Club 2,4. MARK SOROKIN S.S.O. 4; Student Union Board 4. ROBERT DA TD SOSTRIN S.S.O. 4; French Club 3; Ili-V 4; Swimming 2,3; Tennis 1; W ' eightlifting RICHARD SPENCER S.S.O. 2,3; S.S.M. 3;4; " N " Club 3,4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Track 2. MARILYN Sl ' IECEL Homecoming Committee 2,3,4, Co-Assistant Director 4; Redskins ' Revue 3,4; F ' all Play Crew 2; Cabmel 3; (Cabinet Ilometoniiiig Dance Chairman 4; S.S.O. 3,4, Head Clerk 4; S.S.D. 3,4, Head Secretary 4; Wcsl Word 3,4; .Vrts Club 1,2; Thespians 2; Spodighters 1,2; French Club 1; Re- gional Basketball Tournament Committee 4. KATHERINE A. SPIKINGS Concert Band 3,4; Marching Band 4; Intermediate Band 1,2; Twirlcrs 1. STEPHEN SPITZ Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; .Musical 1,2,3,4; Student Council Alternate 3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; C:old Music Pin 3; S itr nim 4; Wi ' .st H ' »;( 3,4; Co-Sports Editor 4; X.S.P.A. journeyman ' s .Award 3; Arts Club 2; Spodighters 1; Math Club 3; French Club 2,3; Latm Club 1; Chess Club 1; Intramurals 2,3; Tennis 2,3. JOHN WAYNE STEIN S.S.M. 3,4; VresUing3. DAVID STEINBERG Science Fair 2, First Place 2; Cabinet Ancinate 2; S.S.M. 3; German Club 1,2; Hi-Y 2; Intramurals 3,4; Cross Country 1, Frosh Shield 1,2; Swim- ming 1, Frosh Shield; Baseball 2; I ' ennis 1, Frosh Shield. RAYMOND E. STEITZ RAY.MOND SILVERTRUST Bronze Kev 3; Science Fair 3; Musical 1,2,3,4; Student Council Alternate 4; Cabinet ' Alternate 1,2.3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; Gold .Music Pin 3; Latm Club 1,2; Chess Club 1; Tennis 2,3,4, .Minor " . " ' . HOWDARD SIMON S.S.S.II. 2,3, Co-Chairman 2, Chairman 3; S.S..M. 4, Supervisor 4; Stu- dent LInion Board 4; Hi-Y 1, Treasurer 1; " N " Club 2,3,4, Secretary 4; Cross Country 1,2, .Minor " N " 1,2; U ' resding 2, .Major " " 2; Baseball 1,3, Frosh-Shield 1, Minor " N " 3. .MFl.L. Sl.MS BARBARA ANN SINKULE Bronze Kev 3; Silver Key 4; Homecoming Committee 3; Redskins ' Revue Crew 2; S.S.D. l,2,3,4; ' Future Nurses of America 2; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.. . 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; . quasprites 3. K. REN SKID.MORE Bronze Key 3; S.S.D. 4; S icc riini 3,4, .Assistant .Activities F ditor 3, Faculty Editor 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, Secretary 4; Pep Club 1;G.A.A. 1,2. ELAINE SKLAR Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.D. 3; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3. BARRY SLUTZK IN BONNIE JEAN SMITH Redskins ' Revue 2; L ' shers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; G.A..A. 1,2,3; Twirlers 1,2,3,4, Letter 3, Chairman 4. GALEN J. SMITH ROSALIE STEMER National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Redskins ' Revue 2; Spring Play 2; Siudcnl Council Alternate 2, Repre- sentative 3; Cabinet Alternate 1,2; HVv Wind 3,4. Managing Editor, 4; .Arts Club 2,3,4; Thespians 2,3,4; Erench Club 1.2,3,4. Treasurer 1. ELIZABETH ANN STENGAL Science Eair 2. Second Place; .Musical 2; X ' ivace 2,3.4, Secretary 4; Choir 2,3,4; SiU ' er .Music Pin 2. (iold Music Pin 3; Euture Teachers ol America 1.2; Pep Club 1; C.A.. . 1,2,3,4; Aquasprites 3,4; Orchesis 2,3; C.irls ' Glee 1; Loreli 1. GERALD V. STERN Science Eair 1,2; Eall Plav 1; S.S.O. 1,2; Chess Club 1; Swimming 1,2, .Minor " N " 2. LINDA C. STEVENS JUDITH STOCKER JANET STONE S.S.D. 2; Arts Club 1; Ushers ' Club 34; G.A.A. 2.3.4. Pin 3. JOHN STRESSER S.S.O. 3; Spanish Club 1,2; lli-V 4; Intramurals 2. BARBAR. STRICKETT S.S.O. 4; Ushers ' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1. TCTOR STROETZEL RITA STUFF S.S.O. 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. RITA STUTLAND Transferred from Roger Sullivan H.S. 2; S.S.O. 4; Pep Club 2. ELKE M. SUFANC Musical Crew I; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 4; .Spotlighters 1; Pep Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Aquasprites 3,4; Timers ' Club 3. LINDA SWANSON S.S.M. 2; Unity Board 4; Aquasprites 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 1,2, Secretary 3, President 4; Pin 1, " Minor Letter " 2, " Major Letter " 3, Eirst State Award 4. CLARA SZABADV Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Euture Teachers of . merica I; Latin Club 4. NANCY TANI Transferred from Waller H.S. 3; .National Honor Society 3,4; Silver Key 3; Science Eair 3; Cabinet 3; Arts Club 4. Tl.MOTHV TODD TAYLOR Cabinet 1; Choir 4; Football 1. HENRY R. THIEMANN Transferred from Notre Dame H.S. 3; S.S.S.H. 4. GREG THO.MA Redskins " Revue 1; .Musical 1,2; Concert Band 1,2; .Marching Band 1,2; Stage Band 1; Intramurals 1. ROBERT JOHN THOMAS Homecoming Committee 3,4; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 2,3; S.S.D. 3; S.S.M. 4 Unitv Board 3,4; Arts Club 3,4; Hi-Y 1,2 3,4; President 3,4; " N " Club 4 Football 1,2,3,4; Shield 1,2; Major " ■N ' 4; .Minor " N " 3; WresUing 1,2,3.4 Shield l,2;Minor " N " 3;Major " N " " 4;Track 1. Shield 1. HOLLY SUE THOMPSON National Honor .Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Key 3; Science Eair 1,2; State, Eirst Place 2; Homecoming Committee 3,4 Redskins " Revue 3; Student Council 2,3,4; ivace 2,3,4; Treasurer 4 Choir 2,3,4, .Accompanist 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Gold .Music Pin 4 Future Teachers of . merica 2; Russian Club 4; G.A..A. 3,4; . quasprites 3,4; Treasurers; Lorelei 1. JOHN ROBERT THO.MPSON Student Council .Mtcrnate 1. JUDITH TUNKL National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Crew 1; Fall Hay Crew 1; Spring Play 1; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Vice- President 3, President 4; S.S.M. 1; Unity Board 4; Arts Club 1,2,3,4; Thespians 1;C.A,A. 1. DONNA ULECK Redskins ' Revue 4; S.S.O. 4; Arts Club 3; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 2,3. JOSEPH URBANUS Baseball 1. GORDON URELIUS Basketball 2,3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Boys (Uee 1. CYNTHIA LEE VAN DEUSEN Transferred from Rancocas Valley Regional H.S.; National IlonorSociety 3,4; Silvery Key 3; Science Fair First Place 3; Unity Board 4; Arts Club 3,4, Vice-President 4; French Club 3; Spanish Club 3,4, President 4; Typ- ing ( " lub 1; National Merit Letter of Commendation 2. PAUL VAN EIKERF:N National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3,4; Biology Club I; ' Spanish Club 2; Guard Club 4; Inlramurals 1,2, 3; Gymnastics 1,2, Minor N " 2; Swimming 3,4, t:aptain of Team 4, " Major " N " 3,4; Boy ' s State 4. EDWARD VOTZMEYER GEORGE R. WADDELL DONALD J. WAGNER HANNAH WALDMAN Transferred from Von Steuben H.S.; National Honor Society 3,4; Bronze Key 3; Fall Play Crew 4; Spring Play Assistant Director 4; Orchestra 1,2; S ii ' ( ni)ii Ijterary Co-editor 4; Arts Club 4; Thespians 4; French Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. DENNIS WALLER S.S.S.H. 3; Intramurals 2; Golf 3. KATHLEEN WALLIES Vivace 2,3,4; Choir 3,4; SUver Music Pin 3; Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 1. SCOTT A. THORNTON Transferred from Ludier H.S. 1; S.S.M. 2,3,4; Football2; Gymnastics 2,3. JEANNE TIM.MINGS Redskins ' Revue Crew 3; Ingenue 3; French Club 1; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. CAROL TINCHER Fall Play 3; French Club 1; Pep Club 1. DONNA TOBIAS Transferred from Luther H.S. 3; Redskins ' Revue 3; Orchestra 4; Con- cert Band 3,4, Band Award 3,4; Marching Band 3,4. JIMTORENKO S.S.. I. 3; Intramurals 3,4, Basketball; Baseball 2,3,4, Sophomore Shield 2, Junior Varsitv Minor " " 3, ' arsitv .Major " " 4. gf:orgink tortorelia Transferred from W ' aukegan Twp. H.S. 2; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Homecoming Committee 2,4; Redskins ' Revue Crew 2; Student Council 1; S.S.M. 2,3,4; Unitv Board 4; Spectrum 3, Index Editor 4; Biology Club 1; French Club 2,3; I ' shers ' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Pin 2, Minor Letter 3, Leadership Camp . ward 3, Board 3,4; .Aquasprites 2, 3,4, President 4, Water Show 3,4; (Juard Club 4, Head ( uard 4; Timers ' Club 4; Tri-lli-V 2; Lifesaving 2,3. PKTKR TOKIOKICE IV Science Fair 1; Student Council .Ahernate 1; S.S.O. 3,4; Intramurals 3. STEPHEN DOUGLAS TRAUX FRANCES B. TUCKER Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming (-ommittee Head Secretary 4 Redskins ' Revue 3; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Corresponding Secretary 2 Arts Club 1,2,4, Board Member 1, Secretary 2; French Club 1,2,3,4 G.A.A. 1. DENNIS WALTKR Baseball 1,2,3. IF.FFERVWAKRKN Rroiizc Key 3; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 1,3; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. 1; liiiranuirals 4; National Merit Letter ot Commendation 4. AUDREY WARRl ' S National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certilicate 3,4; White Ortificate 3,4; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 3; I ' shers (Uub 4; Ciirls ' Club 4; (i.A.. . 4; Orchesis 3,4; Career Seminar 4. KAREN WAXBURG S.S.O. 3;G.A.A. 3. DONALD WEIL S.S.S.H. l;Cerinan ( " lub 1; Inlrainurals 1. KEITH O. WILC DAVIDA WEINBERG S.S.O. 3; Art Council 1,2,3, Treasurer 3; French Club 3; C.A.. . 3. SUSAN BETH WEINSTOCK Transferred from Sullivan U.S. 4; S.S.O. 4. JERRY WEISS LEE WEISS Red Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Kev3; Science Fair 1,3, District Second Place 3; S.S.M. 4; " S.S.S.H. 4; . rts Club 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Wrestling 3; National Merit Semi-Finalist 4. CAROL |E. N WERNER Redskins ' Revue 4; Musicale 1,2,3,4; Cabinet 2,3; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Co- Student Director, Minor . ward 1; Silver Music I ' in 2; (Jold .Music Pin 3; Arts Club 1; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Tri-IIi-Y 1,2. MARIAN N A WESTPHAL National Honor Society 3,4; Red Ortificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Homecoming (iommittec 2,3,4; Redsins ' Revue 4; Spring Play Crew 1; Student Council 4, Ahernate 1,2,3; S.S.O. 4; S.S.I). 1,2,3; Student Union Board ' ice-Presideiit 4; ,S ' j((7r " 2,3,4, Underclassmen Editor 2,3, Special Events ( " o-Editor 4; F ' rench Club 2; National .Merit Letter oi Commenda- tion 4. ROBERT]. WHITE SANDRA LEE WTESE Transferred Irom Berlin H.S. 3; G.. ..- . 2,4; . quasprites 2,4: Diving and Swimming Exhibition lor Pool Dedication 2; (iirls ' (ilee 2. KEITH WIIG S.S.D. 2; S.S.M. German Club 2.3; Intramurals 2; Track 2. KATHY LYNN W II.KE S.S.O. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. DIANE WILLIAMS .Science Fair 2, Second Place .Award 2; Redskins ' Revue Crew 4; Ingenue 1,2; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,3,4. ROGER WILLIAMS Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; .Science Fair 1,2,3,4; Cabinet 4; Biology (Uub 1; Radio-Electronics Club l,2,3;GermanClub3,4, Secretary 4; Track 1, Freshman Shield; .National .Merit Letter of Commendation 3. SHARON MARIE W ILLIAMSON .Musical 1,2,3; Silver .Music Pin 3; Pep Club 1 DANIEL WIM.MER Football 2. PHYLLIS WIMMER Fall Plav 2,3; Spring Plav 2,3; S.S.M. 3; Orchestra 2,3; German Club 2; Pep Club 2,3,4. VAY. F. WISXIKWSKl WAVNKW. W ' OIAIK WILLIAM WOOD Science Fair 1,2,3; Radio-Electronics Club 3,4; Tennis 3, Minor " N " 3. crak; m. woods Redskins ' Revue 4; Musical 4; Orchestra 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; March- ing Rand 2,3,4; Stage Band 4; Silver Music Pin 3; Intramurals 3,4. KOBF.KTWOOI.LKV Cross Country 2. CAROLJOYCEWORK Musical 2,3,4; Cabinet Alternate 2; Vivace 4; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 4; S )irliu) : 4; . rts Club 1,3,4; Future Teachers of .America 1; Span- ish Club 2,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 3. BRUCE WORTH SHEURVLEK WRIGHT JACK WV Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Cabinet .Alternate 1,4; S.S.O. 3; German Club 4; Basketball 1; Wresding 2,3,4, .Major " .N " 3,4; Tennis 1. 166 ALANWUCHTE ARTHURS. WULF Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3, F ' irst Place 2, Second I ' lace 3, District ' Award 2; Student Council 4; S.S.O. 2,4; West Word 3,4; National Forensic League 4; Intramurals 3,4; Swimming 1,2; Baseball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3. MICHAEL WYNN Bronze Kev 2; Sdver Key 3; S.S..M. Supervisor 3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3, .Major " N " 4; Golf 2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4. ROBERT YAM. GLICHI Science Fair, Second Place .Award 3; Football 2; Track 2. J.V.MESA. YARDLEY National Honor Societv 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2, First Place NilesWest2, Second Place Districts 2; S.S.O. 4; (German Club 1,2,3; Football 1, .Manager ' s Shield 1; Wresding 2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3; lennis 1,2,3,4, Frosh Shield 1, Frosh-Soph Shield 2. STEVEN YELEN RONALD 1. ZAGER National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; l roii .e Key 2; Silver Kev 3; Science F ' air 1,2,3, F ' irst Place 1,2; Homecoming Committee 4; Musical 3; Cabinet 3,4; S.S.O. 4; S.S..M. 4, .Assistant Supervi.sor 4; S.S.H. Super- visor 4; Student l nion Board President 4; l nitv Board 4; ( ' oncert Band 2,3, Band Letter 2; Marching Band 2,3; Stage Band 2,3; Math Club 2,3; Hi-Y ' 4; Cross Country 2, Soph " .N " 2; Basketball 3, Minor ' N ' 3; Swim- ming 1; American Field Service Finalist 4. lAL ' RA ZAIDLER While Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Redskins ' Revue (!rew 2; Fall Play Crew 1; Spring Play 1; Student Council 2,3,4; S.S..M. 4; Spn nim 3,4, Business Manager 3, Senior Section Co-FMitor 4;.ArtsClub 1; Spodighters 1; Spanish Club 1; G.A.A. 1. RICHARD ZAITLEN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 3,4, First Place 3; Fall Play Crew 4; Spodighters 4; Radio-Electronics Club 3,4; Guard Club 2,3; Swimming 1,2,3. PETER JAMES ZAPHIRIO Musical 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Gold Music Pin 4. DONNA GAYLE ZEITLIN Bronze Key 3; Musical Crew 3; S.S.S. 3,4; Arts Club 4; Future Nurses of America 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Ushers ' Club 3. DONNA ZENNER Redskins ' Revue 2,3,4; Student Council l;Cabinet l,2,3,4;S.S.O. 1; S.S.M. 2,3,4; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1. GRKGOKVZIKMAN ' N GLENZIMMK.KMAN Redskins ' Revue 2.3; Kail I ' lav 2.3; Spring I ' lav 2,3; Musical 2,3; Thes- pians 2,3,4; Football 1,2; WresUing 2,3,4; Minor " N " 3. LINDA ZIMMERM.AN Science Fair 1; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Kail I ' lav ( " rew 2; (Cabinet 3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; Arts Club 1.2; Ushers ' Club 3; Tri-lii-V 2; C A.A. 1.2. JAMES WKI HART Underclassmen JLMOKCAHIXKr J uniors LAST ROW; J. Kliphardt, W. Mcrrimaii, R. Meyer, C. Jacobs. L. Anderson. .M.Goldstein, L Adami. FIFTH ROW: A. Kaplan,]. Barth, C. Kiibncr, S. Horwitz, I. Goldman, D. Levy. FOURTH ROW: M. Harvis, B. Muth, M. Shiman, S. Rask, .M. Hagen, .M. I.indberg, H. Weiner. THIRD ROW: S. I ' elacque, L. Silverniiui, C. Faintuch. S. Rask, I ' . Rotter. M. MacCorkle, L Hnltcen. SFCOXD ROW: A. Jones, J. F ' oster (Secretary), i I. Molinaro (President), K. Sorensen (Vice President), Mr. Fox (Faculty Sponsor). FIRST ROW: J. Kurti, M. Unell, J. Gold, A. Feigenbaum. Emerging as the school ' s future leatiers, the juniors are ready to assume responsibilities and positions which will direct Niles West next year. Junior Cabinet undertakes the task of organizing the prom, a final farewell to die departing Seniors. The third classmen also strengdien die school spirit and take active part in varsity compe- tition. Juniors MK. C. K. ANDKUSOX I. M K(A ' : M.CIiLtliopoulos, U.Ck-m-nricli, I., Hassiik, 1,. Kueiiig, D. Ejidrc, K. lirundt. FOUK ' m ROW: G. I ' uerkcl, S. Wcllner. T. Schiiiidt, B Levin, S. Radi-riiiacher, N. Al- hrLclit, I liiiiklcy. THIRD ROW: 1 ' . Kenny, 1), . tlkins. B. Zcszutko, L. Lood. ,S. Com- sldii. K.Jordan. SECOND ROW: 1. Kranse, S. Hanimerberg, M. Schramm, P. Waller, R. ;ilman. FIRST ROW: A. Hinkle, I ' . B.ilo- lin. S. ISiirton, .M. . IacCorkle, A. Oisberg, K. Fein berg. MR. ANDERSON LAST ROW: N. Asher, B. Levin, D. Stra han, R. Herrmann, G. Dankowski, R. Bar- clay, B. Edwards. THIRD ROW:C.Vollmer B. Carlson, E. Wernstein, B. Garlin, D. Miller R. Kletnick, L. Samowski. SECOND ROW C. Fantuch, L. Klatch, P.Zalesny, D.Cioldner J. McLin, L. Plass. FIRST ROW: C. Kranz P. La Vay. B. Lilian, S. Novick, L. Prehnal D. Blank. . 1R. BALTER LAST ROW: L. Stieber, B. Beckway, J. Ko- witt,D.Esterman,H.Rammel. THIRD ROW: J. Bradford, M. Fleishman, D. Murphy, .A. Johanson, B. Bavcila. SE COND ROW: D. White, C. Darseh, D. Ostermeier, S. Frisk, H. Ciyman. FIRST ROW: S. Rask, L. Gra- ham, C. Kuhn, L. Gold, M. Banks. Juniors MR. BRIXK LAST ROW: B. Hodges, R. Koch. D. Swan- son. B. Cininn. K. Knglisli. . I. llobbs. FOURTH ROW: E. Hildcbrandl. B.Rnincro. 1), Koprinik. P. Clieclioponlos. R, .Muisc. THIRD ROW: D. Finn, D.Goelzke. G. I ' os- ner, T. Liano, R. Mneller. J. Wernikoff. SECOND ROW: P. Roller. 1!. Zelkowitz. B. Gilbert. . Weinberg, G.Slever. FIRSIROW: S. Jacob, D. Dajnkjer, . Bond, R. Olson, J. Fisher, A. Hossman. MR. CARRELL L. Sr ROW: B. Meyer, B. Lcich ten berg, R. Saninelson, S. Beiigard, G. Fria, M. Bms- man. THIRD ROW: T. Horowitz, R. Peter- son, A. Sterner, E. Kilcullen, G. Dobbin. SECOND ROW: C. Sackrison. P. Winimer, B. Lundquist, . I. Buder, B. Newniiui, S. Goldberg. FIRST ROW:J. Spiegel,]. Condon, L. .Anderson, K. Kuhr, j. Klaveler, F. Trop- stein. MR. COreR LAST ROW: M. Lucas. C. .Nelson.C.Kraem- er, J. Conrad. D. Reicherts. T. Kolttneier. R. Nelson. THIRD ROW: C. Fanaras. S. Horwitz, G. Behrstock, D. Wickum,S. Culler, J. Preis. SECOND ROW: M. Maro, S. Swan- son, J. Regin, C. Maco, L . Peterson, S. Co- hen, J. Johnson, FIRST ROW: B. Brown,]. Foster, ' . Davis, K. Scott. A. Papa. J uniors MR. CRESS LAST ROW: C. Brodin, B. Frank, F. Dia- mond, R. Stede, J. Meinke, J. McArdle, J. 1-e Due. FOURTH ROW: D. Russell, W. Merriman, F. Perdue, C.Katznelson,L. Cour- sev. M. Harris, B. ' un Gillern. A. Sneerson. THIRD ROW: S. Winslow. K. Sorensen, B. I ' edott, R. Keefer, C. Glade, E. Hoffing, M. Lindberg. SECOND ROW: S. Gold,]. Rush, P. Bcrndl. T. Epstein. J. Berlowe. FIRST ROW: S. KilcuUcn, S. Burke. N. Allen, S. (!lvman. J. Nelson. V. Cacioppo. MR. CUNNINGHAM LAST ROW: J. Thompson, A. Wold,J. Smith, J. Ferris, J. Novotny, M. Sluda, R. Roberts. THIRD ROW: R. Berman, R. Malone, M. Kushner, H. Greenman, D. Jobst, R. Ilalp- ern. SECOND ROW: E. Freed, L. Perlman. C. Zolkowski, D. Young, M. Shiman, B. Jones, . 1. Dass. FIRST ROW: L Shannon, L. Didier, L. Bubley, E. Mensiker, G. Ellen, L. Kanter. MISS FUERST LAST ROW: R. Niedrich, B. Wurmser, T. Widerquist, F. Teichert, M. Holley, R. Ave- disian, T. Vamaguchi. FOURTH ROW: R Krasner, . I. Reilman, B. Altszyler, A. Fearn H. Berger, A. Howard. THIRD ROW: J Kurti, R. Goldstein,]. Finesilver, S. Gunther, K. Dedekind. SECOND ROW: S. Sweadner C. Bartelson, S. ScuUy. N. Schillaci. A. Mai zell. FIRST ROW: N. .Marshall, N.Rehwaldt, P. Breinig, N. Paulson, F. Pakier, L Fox. Juniors MR. HANRAHAN LAST ROW: S. Solomon, Ci. Ro,stiU|iiisi, R, ' aii Deiisen, J. ' an Grinibcrgen. M. PaliiRT, T. Matzkiii, G. Riibiier, D. Sclnilineii. R. SotoUo. E. Masek, K. Peterson. THIRD ROW: W. Vohanna, P. Roscnfeld. S. Novak, J. Rapport,]. Storck. SECOND ROW: J. Peterson, .M. Molinaro. H. Weiner, M. Poe, P. Slepyan. FIRST ROW: B. Rosenberg, A. Villano, C. Woltersdori ' , M. O ' Neil, B. Zim- merman. MR. HARMON LAST ROW: W. Jung, B. Wilson, J. Timmcr, B. (irossman, R. Odess, R. Bernstein, T. Roberts. TIHRD ROW: S. Meyer, . L Fried, R. Woir, W. Skutta, J. Lalanda, S. Uick. SECOND ROW: N. Sidell, J. Burr. A.Seigal, K. Cap, G. Olsen, R. Rishe, G. Harris. FIRST ROW: S. Petacque, B. Baum, N. Samuel- son, G. Thomsen, N. Karch. MR. HILL LAST ROW: H. Filer, P. Wright, A. Gerow, K. Schinrfng. M. Le -ine, A. Rowell.FOUR III ROW: B. Bansky, M. Hilbert, G. Streli ' , J. Miller, P. Esposito. THIRD ROW: E. Ka- minsky, H. Bacher, A. Simons, P. Ritter, C, Stern, B. Proesel. SECOND ROW: C. Schild, E. Goldstein, P. Faust, I. Weiss. FIR,ST ROW: L. McNiiich, B. Samuels, M. CoUons, J. Kliphardt, K. Novoselsky, Y. Stegenian. J uniors MR. H()i;i L Sr ROW: E. Xuss. R. Criz, M. Rudowicz, li. Sirkin. K. Woldman. P. Fischer. J. Phelan. FOUR 111 ROW: S. Levin. R. Johnson. R. Tinimd. R. I.iveris, M. Goldstein, S.Berman. THIRD ROW: S. Metrick, A. Freeman. E. Skrzvmo v.ski, S. Greennian. N. Dietze, D. Thiede, A. Kaplan. SECOND ROW: D. Royne, V. Reiser, M. Tuchow. L. Winograd, E. Leek, S. Basting, D. Stein. FIRST ROW: S. Zaphiris. S. Sorenson. S. Shiner. S. Perr, E. Harms, -A. Russo. MR.J.WECZKO LAST ROW: K. Lencho. S. Peters, B. .Meyer, G. Fllko, K. Dobbs, D. Saltzman. THIRD ROW: D. Apelian. J. Ransdell, H. Gagne, T. Schmidt, G. Stevens. P. Helford, J. Trit- schler. SECOND ROW: C. Goldblait, .M. Cohen, V. Faraci, H. Plante. K. Spies. L Gimer. FIRST ROW: D. Newton, P. Sage. K. Komiss. J. Cooper. L. Hrenko, J. Breg- man. LA MAR L ST ROW: G. Wilkins. .M. Paulsen, K. Kenney, D. Mc Conaughy. A. Zehner, R. Thomaj. FOURTH ROW: K. Corin.J. Feld- pausch, T. Pans. .M. Krupnick, P. Weber. THIRD ROW: S. De .Maa. C. .Xonclere. G. Talias, M. Le Febvre. C. Hajduk.J. Barth. SECOND ROW: S. Lee Kamhi, T. Berke, B. Greene, G. Ringel, P. Lambert. FIRST ROW: S. Brownstein.L.Selign ' .m..M. Izbicky, B. Karhan, S. Renieris, K. Fray. Juniors MR. MKIF.R LAST ROW: T. Hain, R. Delou, V. Alleii- baugh, T. Hayes. K. Larson, E. Klink. FOURTH ROW: R. Karlesky, B. Boliiick, W. Demas, L Baron. R.BliimenthiJ. THIRD ROW: J. Germain, S. Hepburn, N. Fortuna, B. Gutsniiedh, L Adami.C. Keefcr. SECOND ROW: B. Heller, L. Domenella, K. Chrises, R. Behrens, L Bennett. FIRST ROW: L. Brody. L. Adelman, B. Lesser, M. Dworkin. J. Levin, N. Knochelniann. MRS. METZ LAST ROW: J. Holtzman, S. Gold, D. Whit- more, C. Koziol, A. Friedman, R. Randazzo. FOURTH ROW: E. Brandzel, B. Kuhn, B. Keltsch, B. Codell, N. Grauman, J. Hanson, THIRD ROW: L. Applebaum, G. Lucary, R. Fallico, D. Oles, L. Maltz. SECOND ROW: D. Swanson, J. Tannenbaum, C. Johnson, C. Zlatos, E. Watterlohn. FIRST ROW: L. Robbin, N. Fortunate, J. Schuman, 1. Das- canio, J. Owen. MRS. MILI.FK LAST ROW: C. Schurecht, P. Mikiila, K Wentink, R. Baker, G. Carlson, J. Wehr m acker, R. Swartz. THIRD ROW: J. I p tich, G. Blanck, S. DoppeU, R. I ' otkin, D Armstrong, P. Libman. SECOND ROW: M Stone, S. Hill, J. Potenza, I. Goldman, S Pitzer, D. Hunter. FIRST ROW: D. Kovack M. McCracken, M. Kirshman, S. Wahle, K Young, B. Cowen, N. Norling. If f JJ J uniors MRS. PAVIJ T0S LAST ROW: A. Weinstein.J. Miller, R. Milnes, H. Simon, G. Stasch, J. Wiese, J. Berger, R. Strauss. FOURTH ROW: B. Noddin, B. Terman, F. Kreiler, R. Sherwood, K. Moser, F. Braun, J. McCany. THIRD R(JW: L. Rosen, J. Graff, R. Isaacson, G. Dehmlow, M. Cordell, M. Yelen, K. Sharkey. SECOND ROW: J. Franklin, M. Feldman, M. Hagen, S. Giacinlo, S. Seidman, B. Barth, 1). Zittler, R. Sneider. FIRST ROW: H. Schultz. , 1. Mead, R. Medak, G. Kalniis, V.Ghamerlain. MR. RAMBIS LAST ROW: C. Robbins, K. Kane, E. Ja- cobs, B. Kruschka, D. Zolezzi, C. Persch, V. Ferina. FOURTH ROW: B. Hallmann, A. Penner, D. Rhoney, A. Sulser, J. Singer, J. Thomas. THIRD ROW: A. Jones, R. Greenfield, M. Adler, D. Novoslsky, B. Berkover, M. Pizzolato, B. BarUett. SECOND ROW: E. Fieldman, J. Valming, . I. Fred- son, M. Bryant, C. Hehn. FIRST ROW: S. Deutch, P. Melicher, E. Godemann, D. Selzer, B. Tenbusch, J. Reynolds. MR. RICHTER UST ROW: L. Rudnick, J. Mazzeffi, W. Brodzik, J. Dee, T. Hanstrom, G. Franks. FOURTH ROW: D. Uuer, T. Altshuler, H. Hartman, T. Katsoulis, J. Beran. THIRD ROW: R. Kiersteln, J. Snyder, M. Petroski, G. Guth, C.Bernstein, T.Friedman. SECOND ROW: F. Epstein, J. Hoffberg.C. Lauerman, R Berman, S. GUbert. FIRST ROW: J. Ry- dcn, S. Albert, J. Clauson, B. Muth, B.Rudd,. R. Lieberman. J uniors MRS. SAMUELS LAST ROW: D. Foster, L. VVojakowski, B. Arwine, D. Anderson, B. Hanlon, XL Christ, B. Rosenfeld. THIRD ROW; A. Keuper, R. Rudish, R. Maul, R. Engel, J. Spinnato, L Novak. SECOND ROW: J. Ver Hunce, D. Levy, D. Heuberger, C. Mussar, P. Roth- eiser, S. Lasser. FIRST ROW: L. Gershun, P. Snellman, M. Adelson, D. Unbehaun, J. Eilers, J. Claus. MR. SCHNURR LAST ROW: J. Fleischman, M. Martorano, D. Aberman, L. Gussis, R. Karl, S. Redman, J. La Roy. FOURTH ROW: V. Sopario, J. Rosenbloom, B. Bethake, D. Darsch, G. Wells, P. Snoply. THIRD ROW: A. Kauf- mann, V. Otto, P. Dufiey, M. Tuscano, L. PoUa, E. Behr. SECOND ROW: S. Lerner, M. Harvls, S. Carlisle, C. Davis, J. Wet- more, A. Peterson. FIRST ROW: B. Konop- ka, Y. Morris, L Cserly, L.Cohen, A. Adams. MRS. SOMMERFT.I.D LAST ROW: A. Schaefer, G. Unzen, D. Ca- han, T. De Leo, G. Watkins, S. Meyer, J. Kolplan. FOURTH ROW: R. Phelan, M. Niclas, M. Coulter, T. Cox, R. Aviano, T. Argyrakls. THIRD ROW: M. Kipnis, L. Ew- " ing, M. Blameuser, I. Goldfarb, L. Spies. SECOND ROW: S. Trester, L. Porazinski, R. HeUer, S. Salottl, S. Schwartz. FIRST ROW: S. McCann, L. Hulteen, J. Hoglund, P. Nelson, J. Glassberg, J. Androw. 178 MR. SORENSEN LAST ROW: G. Messerschmitt, R. Wagner, R. Shoener, R. Anderson, R. Har ey- FOURTH ROW: K. Neumann, A. DiSalvo. J. Lees, G. Krause, C. Peterson, K. Speichert. THIRD ROW: D. Loynd, L Coleman, J. Gold, G. Ambnis, L De La Rosa. SECOND ROW: R. Steinberg, D. Rest, L Brown, J. Trufant, M. ' igiletti. FIRST ROW: S. Pierce, C. Hook, J. Ermillo, C. Hidaka, A. Wilner. MR. STRNAD LAST ROW: D. Kinlzel, P. Decker, M. Fei- pel, D. Smith, D. Guess,]. Kaplan. FOURTH ROW: S. Tolchln, S. Sorinsky, A. Bers, B. Truesdell, N. Flasch, B. Womer. THIRD ROW: T. Haller, S. Omachel, R. La Roussa, B. Moser, H. Goldberg, L Hartman. SE- COND ROW: D. Rogin, K. Petersen, G. PoUice, D. Drews, B. Orlove. FIRST ROW: S. Katz, V. Rosenfeld.J. Beaird, D. Fried- man, M. Mits, L. Silverman. MR. WILLETT LAST ROW: P. Chatkin, R. Hoheisel, B. Bartholomew, B. Becker, D. Christensen, W. Whaley. THIRD ROW: G. Dankowski, K. Magner, P. Ballou, B. Magnuson, C. Zender, L Iverson, R. Immergluck. SE- COND ROW: L Nyland, G. Goren, B. Gold, C. Linder, B. Strom, R. Goundas. FIRST ROW: C. Bank, J. Kolakowski, L. Waladis, L. Balkonis, N. Raab, A. Feigenbaum. MR.WITZGALL LAST ROW: S. Kaluzna, D. Omachel, D. Moore, G. Sheridan, G. Schweig. FOURTH ROW: R. Lange, A. Tropsteln, P. Ritter, R. Bernstein, M. Nadler. THIRD ROW: T. Guenther, C. Peters, E. Silverman, B. Bedoe, T. Kramer, J. Rochman. SECOND ROW: R. Slotky, J. Harris, R. Wolter, C. Todd, B. Katz. FIRST ROW: M. LeneU, A. Tlscher, T. Frieden, C. Schlocker, C. Tinker. 179 f » " %.7 in IN - Sophomores SOPHOMORE CABINET LAST ROW: B. Saber, R. Wiegnian, S. Danzinger, C. Zabolocky, L. Spelman, M. Klein. FIFTH ROW: S. Ralsky, G. Wernikoff, S. Lewis, E. Goetz, J. Sideman, F. Rolak. roURTH ROW: S. GUck, B. Smith, E. Frazin, F. Braude. THIRD ROW: J. Shapiro, S. Stone, J. Elhs, C. Starkman, M. Lewin. SECOND ROW: L. Heftman, C. Anderson, P. Zlotnik (Treasurer), M. Isaacs (Secretary). FIRST ROW: H. Lerner(Vice President), G. Servdle( President), J. Gilluly (Historian), S. Barnow. The sophomore sees his school through maturing eyes. As he attends Niles West for the second year, his values are changed and strengthened. Five minute passing periods are no longer a complete trial, and school spirit is more than something one hears about at pep assemblies. With the sophomores ' widening interest in his school comes in- creasing awareness of the way Niles West operates. He becomes an active part of student organizations.- He learns to use his talents and abilities not only for his own benefit, but for his school. Most impor- tantly, the sophomore looks toward the future with a new awareness of the challenges that added responsibility Involves. I k. 1 M , . ii l Q L 1 1 ■ V K ■ A Hi i 1 " ' 1 ILr . r B B V P t a ly Sophomores MR. ARMOUR LAST ROW; M. Shenvood, T. Thomas, L. Spcilnian, D. Hdlbron, D. Connett, R. Nel- son, R. Walters. FOURTH ROW; S. Krasny R Lange, M. Stephen, B. Bryan, R. Pea body, D. Pugliese. THIRD ROW; L. Berman, S. Derudder, M. Vastine, R. Cai, M. Bass, N. Strauss, A. Worth. SECOND ROW; C. Greene, T. Ettinger, O. Cassata, L. Lawrence, P. Sherer. FIRST ROW: N. Franlell, R. Mc- Mullen, L Mueller, A. Mech, S. Kadetz, S. Lichtenstein. MR. BEAN LAST ROW: D. Wolcott, A. Cohan, U. Vik- tov, R. Richey, A. Bookman, D. Andrzejer- ski, R. Owen. FOURTH ROW; B. Gerber, W. Koznarski, G. Lyon, L Bowman, J. Jaster, H. Cooper. THIRD ROW: P. De Dauw, S. Haugsness, M. Salon, A. Lander- man, ' . Stocker, J. Epstein, H. Priess. SE- COND ROW; I. Keene, F. Terry, H. Robin- son, T. Solomon, J. Takeraoto, T. Shaw. FIRST ROW; C. Virag, J. Johnson, C. Men- nsL, i I. Lewin, W. Hoffberg, P. Berger. MISS CLINTON LAST ROW: C. Friedman, J. Huels, D. Alt- schaeffel, D. Filler, R. Footitt, T. Hack, G. Groh. FOURTH ROW; P. Giuntoli, M.Klein, M. Kaplan, L Bruksch, T. Chikaraishi, T. Firedewald. THIRD ROW: F. Huscher, E. Fink, C. Anderson, J. Herbon, L. Birkley, G. Blasek, S. Cragg. SECOND ROW: K. Klaveter, E. Graig, A. Barrash, G. Fisher, S. Blumenthal. FIRST ROW: V. Kihlberg, D. Henrichs, H. Becker, C. Christiansen, M. Chbume, M. Frledewald. IB I Sophomores MR. CONWAY LAST ROW: H. Burkhardt, B. Le -itt, N. Anderson, S. Daiizinger, R. Hanlon.T. Burk- hardt, B. Bergles, J. Barger. FOURTH ROW: D. Bollinger, S. LaBay, B. Macek, B. Katz, L. Garbo, P. Hintz, S. HiUberg. THIRD ROW: E. Goldberg, D. Luber, D. Koniecki, S. Avella, V. Kihlberg, D. Leusch, SECOND ROW: T. Katznelson, E. Ekstein, B. Gelfand, S. Hara, K. Gold, C.Flammini. FIRST ROW: D. Koehler, S. Lerner, V. Fisher, B. La- Fontaine, H. Jaffe, J. Loundy. MR. DICKINSON L ST ROW: S. Floyd, T. Powal, R. WUson, W. Moe, K. Overbeck, R. Novak. FOURTH ROW: B. Shalin, S. Smitham, R. Lynch, R. Langner, J. AusUn. THIRD ROW: L Forman, M. Borowski, B. Saber, B.Gorman. SECOND ROW: S. Cohen, R. Davis, D. Nelson. FIRST ROW: C. Motyke, M. Corral, B. Bueter, S. Tdchner, L. Hoff, M. Endre. MR. FILLIMAN LAST ROW: R. Kadrzymskl, D. Thomas, J. Lavin, B. Wooley, R. Schroder, M. Torok, S. Pawlan. FOURTH ROW: J. McKay, C. Meyer, S. Libert, S. Ericksen, G. Wemikoff, H. Sherman, K. Tritschler. THIRD ROW: D. PriUkin, S. Drees, S. Stonemark, M. Lee, D. Pryzbylskl, R. Johnson. SECOND ROW: M. Shepard, K. Scaturo, C. WaUis, A. Bro- ccalino, H. Zimmerman, C. Gibson, J. Green- berg. FIRST ROW: J. Kerman, B. Swento, B. Holland, S. Hehn, R. Nelson, M. Spiegal. Sophomores MR. GAULT lAST ROW; J. Swanson, S. Mendoza, K. Berg, R. Uvin, J. Fagan, R. Kaye, D. Nd- nier. FOURTH ROW; R. Uzzo, L. Wilson, F. Biga, J. Foreman, B. Hlady, W. Taylor. THIRD ROW; M. Parzycki, M. Young, P. Jetter, J. Lange, D. Geist, D. Lindt, G. Gor- gosz. SECOND ROW; P.Shainer.L. Abrams, P. Borisof, C. Bert, G. Davis, D. Sticker. FIRST ROW; A. Kovalsky, E. Smith, P. Marz, C. Baim.J. Ellis, J. Ostergaard. MISS HONN LAST ROW; C. Talan, D. Clifford, J. Polon J. Best, R. Wiegman, L. Bush. THIRD ROW N. Goldberg, K. Koral, R. Haroldson, J Stengel, C. Senn, D. Davidove, J. .Andrews THIRD ROW; J. Xachbauer, L. Bell, J Leventhal, L. Koran, L. Flammini, K. Tsun eta. FIRST ROW; S. Klann, B. Hirsch, J Bonetli, X. Kauffman, J. Jagger, D. LaLog gia. MR. ISOM LAST ROW; G. Tetzlaff, R. Collins, S. Wol- cott, J. Ricordati, R. Menze, F. Demas, S. Sargis. R)URTH ROW; M. Sheehan, C. Graessle, M. I askov, S. Lewis, R. Berger, J. Gersten. THIRD ROW; C. Hoffman, S. Wolf, K. Johnson, J. Blum, M. Palmer, S. Vogelmann. SECOND ROW; V. Ritter, S. Sternberg, C. McHigh, S. Forttinato, L. Keker. FIRST ROW; C. Amow,S. Stone, J. Kraem- er, L Nelson, J. Carlson. Sophomores MR. LIEPOLD LAST ROW: K. Lantz, T. Stockbridge, J. Johnson, R. Haskin, K. Kozdron, L. Winkle- man, L. Soldinger. FOURTH ROW: J. Ber- ger, D. Lyon, R. Kayelak. W. Hoffberg, S. Cohen, H. Sadkin. THIRD ROW: S. Bost- rom, W. Wittek, L. Gene, S. Davis, . L Owen. SECOND ROW: G. Nelson, L. Le%y, J. Menkin, P. Kosmel, J. Rice, L. Frost. FIRST ROW: Y. Armitage, N. Powroznik, J. Shapiro, B. Entnian, D. Caldwell, S. Vin- cent. MRS. LESLIE LAST ROW: A. Cuder, M. Brown, C. Haigh, S. Rowell, L. Bublcy, D. Daruff, J. McKen- zie. FOURTH ROW: J. Kasallis, M. Stein, J. Chvalovsky, R. Peterson, R. Mathan, B. Bukson. THIRD ROW: R. Moit, S. Livesay, J. Klouthis, J. Herrmann, M. Weaver, N. Blcvit, C. Tracy. SECOND ROW: L. No- clerc, D. Anderson, M. Rosenberg, G. Lock- wood, K. Rauer. FIRST ROW: K.Fryksdale, N. Hutchings, S. Click, J. Simon, S. Keone, M. Schwarz. MR. MEYER LAST ROW: H. Kajz, R, Burg, J. Skelnik, E. Halverson, A. Norum, K. Seely, P. Fir- miss. FOURTH ROW: L. Ti«bels, M. Gabel, J. Weissenstein, J. Look, D. Dreier, L. He- lander. THIRD ROW: E. Raymond, S. Ross, J. Dahl, K. Anderson, S. Hotom, G. Peyrot, I. MueUer. SECOND ROW: L Clapperty, D. Kugler, J. Parker, P. Masaracchia, R. Klyman, J. Baumhardt. FIRST ROW: S. Shiim, C. Stelner, G. Sweet, H. Lernian, M. Isaacs. Sophomores MR. B. MITCHELL L ST ROW: R. Rosenbloom, J. Wood, J. Hoffman, S. Sorensen, J. Brice, R. Spencer, XL Geller. FOURTH ROW: J. Laughlin, D. Thomas, K. Wolff, R. Carlson, R. Prindle, J. W ' addcll, R. Johnson. THIRD ROW: G. Shenk, R. Comyn, S. Kramer, W. Silver, L. WalkowskL S. Panzella. SECOND ROW: L. Heffman, T. Asher, S. Shapiro, L. Erick- son, K. Getchius, S. Stone, S. Kempf. FIRST ROW: M. Metier, P. Ndson, E. Macks, C. Warms, T. Lewis, C. Green. MISS NISSEN LAST ROW: R. Helmers, S. Eisenharnmer, J. Harrman, M. Abrahamson, M. Freehill, B. Lood, M. Gordon. FOURTH ROW: D. Lindahl, M. Nemecek, B. Thomson, M. Kreit- er, B. Leavitt, J. Warner, J. Sidenian. THIRD ROW: E. Massarsky, S. Kirk, J. Spelberg, S. Mader, B. Rabu, K. Bethke. SECOND ROW: S. Lucas, B. Peterson, J. GUman, N. Costantino, P. Angelino, B. Hopps, S. Ro- choff. FIRST ROW: R. Kalman, J. Fay, B. Homer, B. Strimpel, M. Miller, N. Schmidt. MISS PARAS LAST ROW: B. Talent, R. Goodman, P. Gavnon, D. Kornbluth, R. Lundgren, R Turner, R. Horlin. FOURTH ROW: C. Mul- tan, M. Elias, B. Kaufman, E. Beelen, G. Serville, N. Arnold. THIRD ROW: H. Levin, L. Cohn, J. Jacobson, D. Hirsch, S. Rek, G. Sims, D. Weissman. SECOND ROW: L. Pages, D. Enberg, J. HarriSen, B. Melman, K. Wiig, F. Stepen, D. Rubenstein. FIRST ROW: G. Janse, K. Belokan, B. Smith, S. Davidson, B. Carlson, J. Lindemann. Sophomores MS. SUMKA LAST ROW: J. Boor, N. Levin, J. Butor, A. Steiii, D. Hirschtick, A. Usdrowski. FOURTH ROW: C. Brown, E. Bantz, L Repke, P. Pacente, G. Portugal, L. Stevens, M. Bennet. THIRD ROW: R. Kaufman, A. Shafer, D. Landl, R. Menconi, N.Hartenfeld, D. Albrecht. SECOND ROW: B. Elltw, J Gehrke, L. Willert, C. Smith, S. Chamlin. FIRST ROW: F. Braude, N. Olson, A. Jer- sky, S. Brockelt, M. Hagimihalis, B. Tasli. MISS PRIESTER [AST ROW: L. Peterson, S. Yellen, F. Rolak, B. Nielsen, J. O ' Neill, B. Manna, S. Liss. FOURTH ROW: A. Marr, I). KroU, R. Nied, M. Molinaro, M. Peterson, S. Ralsky. THIRD ROW: J. Ramis, L. Weil, K. Ifin, G. Topper, C. Stanbery, C. Moore, G.Schon- feld. SECOND ROW: H. Rommelmann, , L Rissnian, D. Simmons, J. Puerkel, L. Le- Miciix. FIRST ROW: M. Starkman, L Sul- livan, S. Kromelow, P. Ward, C. Weil, R. Schreiber. MISS SCHM 117 lAST ROW: M. Place, P. Knutson, K. Bin- inenlcid, T. Gano, S. Condit, L. Anderson. FOrUTH ROW: N. Kalz, T. Reading, C. Hildebrand, K Matthew, Ji. Carrane, H. Cerner. THIRD ROW: P. Ruhr, . I. Mul- furd, M. Hammond, F. Dee Rotramel, P. Nott, D. Berliner. SECOND ROW: P. Lieb- ermaii, L. Alexander, B. Sleinhollz, D. Segal, L. Baumhardt, C. Behrens, J. Sklar. FIRST ROW: K. Dunster, A. Fescher, C. Co.x, R. Armatys, J. Clark, M. Young. Sophomores MR. SMITH LAST ROW: M. Karnes, M. Linich, E. Peter- son, D. Huels, B. Rohrer, R. Fields. FOURTH ROW; D. Henrichs, A. Silverman, D. Spiiz, J. Kristof, G. Newion. THIRD ROV ' : J. Cowan, M. Kilz, K. Bick, F. Rajski, S. Barnow, S. Tobiansky. SECOND ROW: S. Schneider, M. Mils, C. Strom, C. Grobman, S. Ginsbrugh. FIRST ROW: A. Weinberg, J. Lehr, L. Freske, S. Dimschultz, A. Chien, C. Brown. MISS SUCKOW LAST ROW: B. Neuman, R. Siegel, T. Kirke, C. Zabolocky, T. Wasmimd, B. Miller, R. Kricke, J. Adams. FOURTH ROW: K. Radi- cek, M. Chapman, H. Mangurten, B. Friede- wald, J. Henning, S. Grim, S. Feingold. THIRD ROW: A. Weinberg, S. Beyda, P. Lindemann, K. Quist, C. Rose. D. Lees. SECOND ROW: T. Phdlips, J. Netzky, G. Shneider, B. Brown, R. Tobey, C. Peterson, B. Dale. FIRST ROW: R. Horban, A. Rogin, A. Kandell, S. Strobel, C. French, S.Shapiro. MISS WALTERS LAST ROW: J. Sideman, C. Franz, T.Doron, B. Heine, T. Bydalek, J. Perlman, J. GUluly. FOURTH ROW: B. Freedman, J. Hopper, M. Rockotf, B. Greenenwald, I. Leavitt, C. Uesse. THIRD ROW: M. Spikijtgs, K. De- scmtis, R. Evensen, D. Milanowski, J. Schmidt, M. Kallhauge, K. Kreegier. SE- COND ROW; G. Kipp, M. Stemke, K. Quist, M. Maclnnes, D. Ap pel. FIRST ROW; J. Nemanich, C. Cend, W. Atzel, D. Thomp- son, M. Cooper, J. Brooks. Sophomores MISS WILLIAMS LAST ROW: R. Greenspan, E. Honeman,]. Spdzer, J. Ritter, P. Gillespie, A. Warady, J. McMurray. FOURTH ROW: D. Jesse, J. Krause, R. Mignano, W. Pearson, L. Kil- ley, J. Dervishian. THIRD ROW: S. Procop, D. Leapley, S. Lidberg, R. Zimberoff, R. Brody, P. Putterman, S. Nelson. SECOND ROW: M. Kalinshy, J. Lundgren, N. Evans, T. Wojcicki, B. Thompson, S. Minnerath. FIRST ROW: D. Eisenberg, C. Bach, B. Frazin, D. Bernstein, P. Yamaguchi, B . Strege. MRS. M. WISE LAST ROW: P. Truax, M. Zar, R. Rovetto, D. O ' Brien, K. Schroeder, P. Wible. FOURTH ROW: S. Mussar, M. Rotunno, D. Tokeshi, B. TUkin, S. Myers, S. Meikle, E. Reichert. THIRD ROW: J. Shiozaki, A. Semdoff, K. Reinke, J. Rogue, L. Plice, J. Nowoj. SE- COND ROW: D. Weibel, M. Silvert, P. Smet- ana, T. Zwigoff, J. Swets. FIRST ROW: L. Steinohrt, L. Messer, J. Truesdale, G. Segal, J. Shiozaki, P. Phillman. MR. WOLF LAST ROW: S. Christensen, R. Peterson, R. Torenko, V. Johnson, R. Rappaport, B. Fink, G. Bobck. FOURTH ROW: A. Hackin, J. Glantz, J. Huster, C. Dorband, C. Blaul, G. Lemke, W. Zemansky, B. Grain. THIRD ROW: A. Schroeder, J. Bryant, A. Herbst- man, F. Marko, M. Rooney, D. Bartlett, D. Alex. SECOND ROW: L. Friedman, L. Wein- berg, S. Starr, L Morales, L. Lloyd, C. Anderson. FIRST ROW: B. Simon, K. Krone, P. Gray, N. Grizzell, G. Karlesky, L. Noddln. din. Sophomores MRS. ZELKE LAST ROW: E. Ravine, J. Cierny, F. No- wicki, C. Gabel, J. Trasatti, R. Zev, M. Iloiherger, R. Halpern, P. Bucaro, B. Goetz, J, Weiss, S. Douglas, E. Kalsoolias, L. Mar- quardt, P. Swanson. FOURTH ROW: D. Rosga, E. Singer, J. Ruschb, D. Loew, C. Imhof, D. Kluge. SECOND ROW; K. Mest- er, G. Steinberg, P. Finnerman, J. Cutrone, W. Nordeen, P. Moros, J. Bloom. FIRST ROW: I. Fydrych, K. Kudla, C. Zachary S. Peterson, S. Regula, R. Scornauacco. FRESHMAN CABINET LAST ROW: S. Epstein, B. Jacobson, R. Brodsky, L. Jacobs, J. Bode, J. Epstein, M. Horowitz, L. Cohen, P. Tucker, M. VVolin. FIRST ROW: L. Kouba, K. Clarkson, S. Boime (Secretary), M. Barnett (President), D. Levine (Vice President), F. Moss (Treas urer), L. Nixon, P. Kahn, Miss Cleveland (Faculty Sponsor). Freshmen Newness is a common thing, but its result varies with every indivi- dual. In its acceptance of high school responsibility, the Class of ' 67 has begun to adjust to the pattern of the next four years. Potentially, the Freshmen promise much to the school. They are more than a foil for the upperclassmen; they are becoming a strong unit, estabhsh- ing the identity of a class capable of eventually bringing its influence to bear on the affairs of Niles West. p Freshmen MISS BALZER lAST ROW: J. Wisniewski, L Jacobs, E. Unn, J. Aberman, B. Fish, G. Horval. FOURTH ROW: J. Terrayas, C. Nardini, R. Robbins, C. Bosch, J. Thornton. THIRD ROW: S. Colbert, M. Colecchia, B. Fleish- man, G. Teacherson, R. Colecchia, L. Gray- son. SECOND ROW: S. Gregory-, L. Silber- man, C;. Kaufman, S. Pawlak. FIRST ROW: D. Olsher, F. Mann, L. Lepp, J. Sigrist, (i. Kleinzwcig. MR, BASRAK LAST ROW: T. Rompel, S. Schirmer, R. Goldman. E. Leichtenberg, (. Ix eppert, J. Swartz. THIRD ROW: B. Friedman, S. Dan- tuma, S. Phyzss, K. Symonds, R. Bassuk. SECOND ROW: M. Edwards,]. Hanso n, P. Fausl, S. Greenberg, P. Latz, H. Bookman. FIRST ROW: B. Kallison, K. Clarkson, R. Sorci, G. Blascu, J. Soloman, M. Rossman. MRS. BEIL LAST ROW: B. Henricks, J. Engebretson, T. Sievers, J. Epstein, R. Schwartz, C. Levin. FOURTH ROW: J. Kirke, M. Pontarelli, T. Eadon, A Spiegel, T. Kurr. THIRD ROW: T. Allison, C. Klein, B. Kuhn, M. Cox, M. Glickman, K. Seul. SECOND ROW: F. Walthers, B. Karlin, R. Streick, B. Shand- ling, B. Goldberg. FIRST row ; p.Wayland, B. Jahnke, M. Schalz, G. Zimmerman, C. Kacen, C. Calbier. Freshmen MR. BURKEL LAST ROW: K. Piwko, B. Brodsky, J. Hawk- ins, D. Maslotitz, D. Neubauer, G. Gold- berg, S. Young. FOURTH ROW: D. Edwin, L McCabe, L. Evens, G. Kleiman, P. Brod. THIRD ROW: B. Hirsch, N. Akerly, P. Harris, D. Wieger, B. Varveris. SECOND ROW: S. Doppelt, K. O ' Brien, C. Mann, J. Adams, A. Nusinow, C. Giacinto. FIRST ROW: W. Rand, R. Adler, I. WUIiams, S. Thoma, R. O ' Neill. MISS CARLSON LAST ROW: J. Ramero, J. Hagen, C. Sze- lag, S. Bade, M. Pepper, L. Rust, S. Cohen. R)URTH ROW: K. Belts, C. Bergstrom, L. Isoe, S. Hell and, L Weinberg, J. Raia. THIRD ROW: S. Bonetti, E. Ettinger, D. Marshak, P. Coorlas, J. Puccinelli, D. Roth- blatt, C. Rooney. SECOND ROW: B. Golt- Ired, L. Goeltenbodt, G. Margolin, S. Samson, P. Kahn, D. Krolik. FIRST ROW: B. Flasch, M. Nykiel, M. Shapiro, T. Weiss, P. Bar- ber, R. Holmboe. MR. CECH LAST ROW: R. Winer, M. Perlstein, J. Bode, B. Husar, J. Hanks, L Shefren. FOURTH ROW: J. Tamraz, W. Brandt, L. Friedman, J. Graham, S. Misrac. THIRD ROW: H. Sandroff, A. Rechtermann, N. Breinig, D. Rose, A. Olson, A. Bontze. SECOND ROW: D. Karlesky, S. Franks, M. Crane, R. Schanz, T. Kushner. FIRST ROW; M. Ross, D. Blumenthal, L. Rudnick, H. Jaeger, P. Markin, R. Weiss. 192 Freshmen MISS CLEVELAND lAST ROW: A. Gussis, M. Eisenberg, G. Wallies, V. Zaitlen, . L Marsh, A. Tabor. FOURTH ROW: M. Schmidt, E. Sostrin, R. Placek, C. Cedar, S. Glass, S. Sepesy, J. Braverman. THIRD ROW: R. Kaplan, G. Davis, T. Young, M. Goldstein, L. Wood, S. Kaufer. SECOND ROW: C. Davis. R. Lee, B. Novotny, R. Johnson, L. Helford, S. Martin. FIRST ROW: L. Varne)-, D. Schlosser, K. Moore, L. KauUa, N. Schlech- ter. MR. DODSON LAST ROW: D. Phillipe, S. Bernstein, C. Panouses, J. Hoffmcin, R. Gut5chick, L. Hold- er, G. Zera, A. Weiss. FOURTH ROW: D. Richmond, S. Aull, J. Walter, S. Johnson, R. Anderson, J. Friduss, L. Cohen. THIRD ROW: P. Shandling, L. Krasner, S.Goldman, K. Massong, S. Erickson. SECOND ROW: A. Pettinato, C. Wier, B. Liano, E. Roscop, G. Puccindli, S. Baltes, A. Freschke. FIRST ROW: P. Epstein, S. Isaacson, M. Berman,J. Gordon, W. Lyon. MRS. DRAKE LAST ROW: D. Stellas, D. Cap, S. Fried- man, F. Rust, C. Head, G. Myhr, S. Baum. roURTH ROW; D. Stubenrauch, D. van Ueusen, S. Stakoviak, M. Lutz, B. Schoos, E Rosenbloom. THIRD ROW: I. Baron, M. Bornsiein, B. DePola, S. Einstein, I. Abramson, C. Schwabe. SECOND ROW: D. Goode, A. Pedersen, S. Metier, M. Kaniuk, A. Grossman, R. Levin. FIRST ROW: K. Popp, L Adam, J. Dawson, E. Fierstein, A. Lucia, J. Bramwell. Freshmen MR. DRUM LAST ROW; J. Urdangen, B. Perlow, A. Martorano, R. Braver, J. Nathan,]. Freda. THIRD ROW: A. Goldberg, D. Krok, P. Weidenbach, J. Neumann, M. Rowe. SE- COND ROW: R. Landsman, S. Childs, J. Dunn, M. Karlov. FIRST ROW: J. Dennis, J. Davidson, L. Tauster, S. Pfirter, T. Her- man. MR. FEICK LAST ROW: T. Jaeger, M. Rocca, B. Uleck, R. Deters, L. Heisenberg, S. Katz. FOURTH ROW: G. Turbin, M. Forman, T. Torp, L. Gordon, M. Rubin. THIRD ROW: P. Christ, J. Thomas, P. McArdle, NL Alonas. SE- COND ROW: M. Baker, R. Massey, C. Lang, S. Pearlman, C. Hoelbl, S. Spector. FIRST ROW: M. Coven, R. Kovac, D. Greene, E. Keker, J. Cohen. MISS FITTS LAST ROW: G. Schamber, W. Kuhnle, M. Weil, J. Pierremont, S. Johnson. FOURTH ROW: D. Suffka, J. Golden, H. Richardson, E. Peterson, L. Joseph, R. CaUero. THIRD ROW: R. Zimberoff, J. Dale, S. Binden, M. Finesilver, R. Sonenblum. SECOND ROW: M. Byford, M. List, R. Gomberg, C. Bar- ron, B. Svacina, K. Kuhn. FIRST ROW: L. Batschauer, L. Mann, N. Parish, B. Mock- ing, S. Sims. t94 Freshmen MRS. GARCIA LAST ROW: G. Seifert, D. Procop, J. Mor- ten, B. Boston, S. Wishnoff, J. Schuhrke, B. Brunner. FOURTH ROW: L. Fritz, P. Galo- witch, C. Butzbach, L. Green, C. Hinkle, S. Silver. THIRD ROW: N. Laff, S. Wisel, G. Wesber, N. Schlitter, B. Jensen. SECOND ROW: S. Boinie, M. Rosenberg, M. Jacob- son, M. Boyden, A. Dachman, S. Habler. FIRST ROW: G. Rudowicz, B. Johnson, P. Lange, R. Schwartz, G. Klein, B. Metnick. MR. GROSSHUESCH LAST ROW: L Weiland, K. Harmsen, G. Timmings, J. Turanski, B. Madden, M. Lamberty. FOURTH ROW: J. Anger, D. Norum, B, Goldstein, M. Alop, M. Tester. THIRD ROW: J. Jaeger, A. Friberg, S. Hill, W. Alder, S. Kotin,C. Pantelakis. SECOND ROW: W. Roberts, J. Flink, K. Auer, G. Kapuscimski, L Louthan. FIRST ROW: L. Green, M. Brunger, C. Biederer, B. Soro- kin, N. Cooper. MR. HUBER LAST ROW: J. Schulte, M. Moss, J. Eadon, R Helmers, R. Gordon. FOURTH ROW: C. Ziff, J. Ruggirello, A. Zeid, R. Spencer, R. Johnson, L. Semmerling. THIRD ROW: M. EUyne, S. Cohn, A. Goldberg, F. Moss, A. Seul. SECOND ROW: T. Pogofsky, J. DeMell, B. Lee, C. Caliva, P. Kuhl, D. Meier. FIRST ROW: A. Nykolayko, B. Husten, M. Menachof, S. Kimura, E. Seid- 195 Freshmen MR. KNAAK LAST ROW: S. Van Uffelen, D. Dewald, J. Wolz, W. Hedstrom, G. Galluzo, G. Char- ness. FOURTH ROW; D. Boruck. P. Mack- ey, K. Schwarz, J. Grafman.T. Beck. THIRD ROW: E. Belokon, R. Rosenquist, B. Lwine, M. Norris, G. Endo, E. Glickston. SECOND ROW: D. Ware, J. Stemke, H. Alfassa, L. Nikan, D. Kittredge, T. Andersen. FIRST ROW: S. Stegeman, B. Beelen, W. Posner, L. Miles, L.Johnson. MR. LYERLA LAST ROW: ?. Mueller, M. Dahrow, G. Guenther, D. McAvoy,J. Yangov. FOURTH ROW: L, Luchenbach, R. Koran, T. Tripic- chio, A. Beederman, M. Haffner. THIRD ROW: A. Jones, K. Ginter, J. Horn, J, Perl- man. SECOND ROW: G. Garoon, E. Wam- sley, R. Rosen, B. Jones, J. Murlas, C. Ka- han, R. Tuchow. FIRST ROW: C. DeDauw, M. Kunce, J. Harris. K. Milioto, A. Steinberg. MR. MASTERS LAST ROW: T.Benn, P. Sternberg, M.Koche- var, A. Silicani, M. Horowitz, B. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: J. Westphal, C. Libkin, M. Quinn, L. Miller, J. Russo. THIRD ROW: M. Goldfine, C. Nordberg, S. Bruckman, R. Majestic, S. Bramson, .M. Tokarz. SE- COND ROW: G. Como, P. Dobroth, D. Yoshioka, D. Shapiro, N. VanBrundt, D. Steinbrink. FIRST ROW: J. Bosley, M. Co- hen, D. Green, L. Hunter, J. Ellenwood. Freshmen MRS. MOZAN LAST ROW: E. Freud, P. Trotter, M.Valente, J. Keninitz, M. Barnett, J. Doczekalski. FOURTH ROW: L Meier, R. Jankowski, M. Gale, S. Dabbert, Y. Gordon. S. Krup- nick. THIRD ROW: P. Berens, S. Scobee, B. Norman, A. Lapins, J. Pentland. SECOND ROW: J. Dickert, D. Johnson, G. Croft, R. Mohn, S. Rochell, W. Mielke. FIRST ROW: S. Halpert, M. Nachbauer, L Hoppe, S. Spiegel. R. Triplett. MRS. NORLING LAST ROW: J. Schuman, A. Pearson. W. Oppice, M. Anderson,]. Wallace, J. Zelienka, W. Mueller. FOURTH. ROW: M. Fung. E. Chez, S. Koenig, B. Goldenberg, B. Przybyl- ski, G. Nedza. THIRD ROW: C. Pearson. S. Hirschtick. L Grossman, W. Herdrich, K. Elden. J. Tilkin.S.Jennetten.SECONDROW: L Fisher. K. Weber, G. Wa)-. G. Masarac- chia, L Elesh, L. Rosen. FIRST ROW: R. Otlen, L Androw. I. Rattner, J. Greenberg, L Levin. J. Hirsch. MISS O ' REILLY LAST ROW: D. Kirste. A. Spiezer, M.David- son, P. Johnopolos, M. White. J. Lebovitz. FOURTH ROW: D. Schmidt, W. ComeUus, M. Sailarski, R. Wineberg, D. Hagemann, J. Milner, H. Swier. THIRD ROW: B. Trivi- sonir , K. Heitman, J. Pine, T. Buna, B. Herbert, B. Klueger. SECOND ROW: M. Wolin, A. Greenberg, D. Muskat, P. Sirkin, G. Hirshman. FIRST ROW: C. Sedlacek, E. Gilbert, S. Lande, L. Ruskin, M. Brodln, M. Jvarsky. Freshmen MR. ROBINSON LAST ROW: R. Kramer, F. Rambert, J. Elarde, T. Kicho, J. Laver, J. Steffen. FOURTH ROW: K. Zimka, K. Shanin, E. Stral, M. Martindale, J. Statland, L. Walter, M. Gervais. THIRD ROW: L. Christiansen, S. Bartuce, M. Lieberman, N. Tomaras, G. Kolodzik, L. WUliams. SECOND ROW: G. Horan, J. Beck, N. Goodman, R. Gauthier. FIRST ROW: S. Kaufman, B. Goetzke, S. Lieberman, J. Crislol, B. Smith, B. Nortell. MRS. SACHER LAST ROW: R. Jackson, R. Wozniak, S. Waller, H. Gillengerten, L. Stauber, C. Wo- lin. FOURTH ROW: J. Hertzberg, D. Halte- man, S. Novak, G. VandenBosch, M. Lauer. THIRD ROW: S. Cims, R. Sartain, L. Soffer, K. Scully, F. Brandt, J. Carter. SECOND ROW: I. Rose, J. Derdiger, A. Crowhurst, V. Chow, M. Vohanna. FIRST ROW: E. Kaplan, S. Shimp, E. Milstein, K. Dean, C. Sarantakis. MRS. SCHMIDT LAST ROW: E. Linn, A. Weissman, B. Bock, M. Swanson, H. Flammang, R. Erickson, P. Swanson. FOURTH ROW: R. Reizner, L. Zemone, K. Krause, E. Martin, B. Davis, E. Taylor. THIRD ROW: R. Kruse, S. Cly- man, L. Shiner, C. Lcnzen, C. Sorensen. SECOND ROW: E. Heinrich, C. Gyure, J. Horwitz, M. Henrotte, T. Nyberg. FIRST ROW: T. Ennes, J. Klein, P. Borgel.J. Gott- lieb, M. Berger, D. Stone. MISS STEFAN IN I LAST ROW: M. Armatys, N. Godemann, R. Potoker, F. Ehrhardt, L. Siedband, L. Zuker- man, B. Wielgus. FOURTH ROW: D. Le- vine, R. Ermilio, ' . Nidas, L. Chaplik, E. Ndberg, M. Kraitsik. THIRD ROW: D.Son- ne, J. Erdman, S. Yoshino, M. Walter, J. Kornelly, P. Weidling, J. Landberg. SE- COND ROW: V. Siegelman, D. Lazar, F. Holtzman, B. Goldman, I. Katz, R. Apelian. FIRST ROW: J. Mech, F. Burzik, D. Stein. G. Craig, S. Shandling, K. Olson. MISS STIFT LAST ROW: D. Douglas, B. Ashlevitz, R. Ahlstrom, R. Johnson, R. Ranbolt, H. Gold- fus. FOURTH ROW: C. Hogan, R. Osney, J. Persinu, B. Watson, J. Gordon, P. Elesh. THIRD ROW: R. Koppman, A. Lustig, C. Egel, L. Rebbe, L. Kolodny, H. Seidman. SECOND ROW: C. Riback, D. Payne, C. Mechia, J. Vanov, E. Bell. FIRST ROW: B. Bartholmy, M. Johnson, P. Horwitz, C. Wil- Lams, J. Unatin, D. Freda. MISS SWIFT LAST ROW: S. Hulteen, D. Covert, G. Und- er, J. Perz, S. Felsenthal, R. Sticken. FOURTH ROW: R. Berger, E. Maro, R. Goldberg, M. Sallns, G. Green. THIRD ROW: B.Jacob- son, M. O ' Shea, M. Shapiro, D. Dolgin, G. Stevens, S. Randazzo. SECOND ROW: A. Mandelbauni, J. Brunelli, E. Zeidin, T. Kraus. J. Faintuch. FIRST ROW: C. Kruse, A. Morales, P. Wynn, B. Arvidson, M. Wedge, T. Brower. B t Q MISS LINN UST ROW: J. Usafeld, R. Kaplan, B. Mus- lin, J. DuBow, D. Gales, H. Meikle, P. Tuck- er. SECOND ROW: M. Hemmelstein, P. Sumner, S. Berkowitz, J. Kurlan, I. Ros- marln, R. Edwards. FIRST ROW: P.Brooks, B. Permer, D. Warner, D. DeMoss, S. Mills, E. Kozdron. 199 ports Seconds to go. Always only seconds to go. A contest. A gome. That ' s what makes it exciting and feverish - and deadly. LAST ROW: Coach Willett, Coach Schnurr, T. Uano, B. Elden, D. Katz, R. Thomas, W. Demas, T. Phaff, S. Marino, P. Faraci, G. Wells, D. Ernt, Coach Basrak. SECOND ROW: D. Ellis (Manager), E. Cline, J. Parry, W. Hohs, J. Kristof, R. Basrak, S. Saranecki, R. Steele, j. Polon, R. Spencer, J. Archer, Coach D. Conway. FIRST ROW: R, Zimberoff (Manager), W. Kummerow, W. Roswnquist, E. Bruksch, L. Nelson, H. Clarck, R. Levin, J. Novotny, M Owens, D. Smith, K. Garen (Manager). Varsity Scores Niles West 26 Niles East 6 Niles West 19 Glenbard East 6 Niles West 6 Maine West 13 Niles West Willowbrook 13 Niles West 14 East Leyden 20 Niles West 15 West Leyden 14 Niles West Morton West 33 Niles West 19 Proviso West 7 Varsity co-captain Bill Hohs surveys thefield during the cuinucil Indian rout of Niles East. Football The Niles West Varsity football team, bidding for its second conference championship in three years, completed its first year in the Des Plaines ' alley League vvitli a 2-3 slate. Plagued with many injuries and illnesses, Coach Basrak ' s team finished the season with an over-all record of 4 wins and 4 losses. The ' 63 version of Big Red scored triumphs over Niles East, Glenbard East, East Leyden, and Morton West. Quarterback Ed Brusch, Ends Spike Kum- merow and Jim Parry, Halfback Bill.Rosenquist, and Center Roger Basrak were chosen for the All-Conference squad. Denny Smith, Bob Levin, and Rick Steele will tri-captain next year ' s gridders. 1 - fS»? - f iM J i ' L m ■ » lll ' - . , ' klf ' i .t Reserve back Mike Owens, In his attempt to break for the sidelines, is pursued by a host of Wlllov brook de- fenders. wkm. WWi A fjc ?2i ' MS LAST ROW: R. Goldstein, P. Snopoly.C.WUson.T. Thomas, B. Thomson, A. Schaefer, J. McKay, D. Hirsch- stick, T. Matzkin, J. Ritter.B.Wurmser, J.Johnson, T. Altshuler, L. Anderson, P. Smetana. SECOND ROW: Coach Rooney, R. Thomas, R. Anderson, N. Anderson, D. Richerts, R. Sack, C. Marks, L. Bassuk, J. Lavin, R. Barclay, W. AUenbaugh, D. Whitmore, P. Makula, Coach Paulsen. FIRST ROW: B. Grain, A. Zehner, M Hilbert, E. Honeman, R. English, W. Berg, A. Kottmier, W. Moe, R. Wison, B. Wilson. Willow brook tacklers up-end runner Dan Hirschlick. Junior Varsity The J. V. gridders finished 3-1-1 in the ' Dep-Val, ' racking up victories over Morton West, West Leyden, and East Leyden, and tying Proviso West. Ending with three wins in a row, the J. V. ' s successfully broke out of a four game losing streak in mid-season. Coach Bill Paulsen ' s team, des- pite the loss of many of its stalwarts to an injury-riddled Varsity squad, took 2nd place in conference competition. Scores Niles West Willowbrook 19 Niles West 14 East Leyden 13 Niles West 32 West Leyden 13 Niles West 6 Morton West Niles West 6 Proviso West 6 204 Waiting on the bench during the Niles East game are Norm Anderson, Dan Hirschtick, and James McKay. Sophomores After taking an 18-7 drubbing from cross-town rival Niles East, the Sophomore gridders were unable to get their offense rolling again and were shut-out by Glenbrook South and Maine West before finally posting a 12-0 victory over Willowbrook. Coached by Bill Coyer, the Sophs were hurt by injuries during the ' 63 season, especially to their interior linemen. The final over-all slate was 2-5-1. Following the Willowbrook victory, the Soph gridders played East Leyden ' s " Litde Eagles " to an unlucky 13-13 deadlock. After a heartbreaking 26-20 loss to West Leyden, they defeated Lane Tech 20-6 and closed the season with a 19-12 loss to Proviso West. Coach Lain gathers an informal huddle to talk over strategy against Niles East. LAST ROW: M. Rooney, S. Laberty, S. Cohen, J. Gerten, S. Smithan, S. Nemisek, D. Geist, L. Bruksch, J. Adams, P. Guintoli, B.Gerber,J.Dohl,G. Prim. SECOND ROW; L. Bell, R. Wigman, J. Luscumbe, R. Ovens, D. Drier, L. Winkleman, J. Kistoff, J. Laighlip, J. Hopper, S. Sorokin, J. Gilluly, D. Lyon, J. Stingle. FIRST ROW: Coach Coyer, L. Bush, Greenspan, D. Doruff, B. Thomas, D. McMurray, J. Brice, A. Norum, C. Wilson, M. Pepper, D. Clifford, D. Andrejyewski, L. Killeg, Coach Lain. Scores Niles West 7 Niles East 18 Niles West Glenbrook South 7 NUes West Maine West 13 Niles West 12 Willowbrook Niles West 13 East Leyden 13 Niles West 20 West Leyden 26 NUes West 20 Lane Tech 6 Niles West 12 Proviso 19 Indian Dan Lyon tries to out-run Trojans Harvey Bernstein, Noel Landerholm, and Mike Knott. LAST ROW: T. Karr, H. Seidman, M. Cervais, R. Sorci, T. Allison, T. Pettlnato, G. Klop, R. Apelian, F. Walthers, C. Gottfred, B. Anderson, J. Statland, R. Berger, R. Helmars. FOURTH ROW: D. Sufilca, L. Cohen, M Martindale, R. Anderson, R. Rosenquist, T. Weiss, T. Dale, C. Weir, F. Purzik, L. Zerrone, G. Davis, S. Rosenbloom, J. Carter, J. Hanson. THIRD ROW: Coach Bauer, Coach Lyerla, W. Gartner, D. Merges, C. Hogan, J. Wallace, R. Ermilio, M Kraitsik, D. Douglas, C. Kemnitz, T. Buns, B. Muslin, M Wolter, R. Banrik, P. Sternberg. SECOND ROW: C. Levin, D. Mc Avoy, G. Zera, S. Wishnotf, E. Lipn, R, Potaker, J. Schu- man, P. Trotter, J. Lebovitz, K. Schwartz, F. Rambert, K. Frause, R. Huzar, Coach Fabri, Coach Meier. FIRST ROW: R. Schoos, J. Morten, W. Oppice, F. Ekrhardt, S. Shirmer, T. Tompel, B. Uleck, G. Timmings, P. Johnopolos, C. Head, G. Wallus, L. Rust, R. Gutschick, B. Perlow, D. Kirste. Freshmen After an opening loss to Glenbrook South, the Frosh gridders reeled off six consecutive victories to capture the Des Plaines Valley League football championship. Their six and one season record was the best showing for a Frosh team in NUes West ' s brief sports history. The team ' s most impressive victories were against West Leyden, a crushing 48-0 triumph, and against Proviso West, as they scored 16 points to Proviso ' s 12, to win the " Dep-Val " crown. While capturing the championship, the " Little Indians " amazed a total of 186 points while giv ing up only 87. They recorded two shutouts against East and West Leyden, respectively. Three Soph defenders stall an attempted end sweet by a Lane Tech back 206 SCORES " A Squad Scores Niles West 21 WUlowbrook 13 NUes West 27 East Leyden Niles West 48 West Leyden NUes West 35 Morton West 7 Niles West 16 Proviso West 12 sSl iw ' - ' v ' Varsity Scores Niles West 38 NUes East 22 NUes West 24 Glenbrook South 31 Niles West 44 Maine West 19 NUes West 47 WUlowbrook 16 NUes West 44 Forest View 18 NUes West 35 East Leyden 18 NUes West 37 West Leyden 19 NUes West 40 Morton West 20 NUes West 50 Proviso West Varsity 15 Cross - Country FIRST ROW, Left to Right: W.Christensen,G.Carraciolo, R. Hoheisel, D. Strahan, E. Nuss, D. Stellas, G. Dobbin, A. Schwartz. SECOND ROW: J. Futranski, P. Helford, H. Greenman, A. Gual,CoachHarmon,J. Rodman, S. Kiklin, A. Hinkle, R.Lee. Picking up the slack after the loss of star mUer Bob Bar- ber, the Varsity Cross-Country team managed orriy one victory in the ' 63 campaign. They defeated Glenbrook South in the opening meet 24-31 (low score winning). The varsity country-men finished sixth in league competition and nine- teenth in the District events. FUling the shoes of Barber was Senior George Caracciolo, who was named the harriers Most Valuable Player for the ' 63 season. The Frosh-Soph harriers also had their problems in scoring victories in the long cross-country campaign. They managed only two victories, but finished fourth in league meets. Their overall record was two wins against seven set- backs. Their victories were against West Leyden and Morton West. The varsity squad was coached by John Harmon and the Frosh-Soph team was directed by John Cress. FIRST ROW, Left to Right: M. Edwards, M. Stein, D. Telefson, G. Galluzzo, R. Clemen, B. WooUey, J. Eadon,J. Donnelly, R. Ranbold, J. Hawkins, F. Demas. SECOND ROW: B.Liano, S.Horowitz, R.Johnson, P. Barber, R. Johnson,. Coach Cress, P. Kuhr, M Silvert, L. Krasner, R. Zimbero£F, D. Stone. Frosh-Soph Frosh-Soph Scores NUes West 3 6 NUes East 24 NUes West 36 Glenbrook South 19 NUes West 50 Maine West 15 NUes West 38 WUlowbrook 23 NUes West 43 Forest View 18 NUes West 34 East Leyden 24 NUes West 19 West Leyden 36 NUes West 15 Morton West 43 NUes West 45 Proviso West 18 6 ' 5 " Gordon Urelius scores again, this time against East Leyden. BACK ROW: D. Kalz( Manager), M Muskat, S. Hertzberg, G. Urelius, B. Davis, R. l vin, Coach Schnurr. FRONT ROW: E. Bruksch, W. Hohs, L. Gussis, R. Kreiter, J. Schnidt, M. Wynn. Basketball Winning the first two league games by impressive margins the Varsity cagers looked unbeatable in heading for the " Del-Val " league tide. But apparendy a team named East Leyden had similiar ideas oftheir own for winning the league crown. The Indians took a big step toward the top spot when diey defeated East Leyden 71-63 on January 24, to tie Leyden and Willowbrook for the league lead. When they met again, it was on Leyden ' s home court and both teams were tied for first place with identical 6-2 records. The Eagles won that game and eventually won theleaguechampionship. In the March Regional Tourney here at West, the Indians won the opening game beating Elmwood Park, and lost to their arch-rival, East Leyden, for the second time. The varsity cagers were coached by Billy Schnurr in his third term as basketball mentor. Lloyd Gussis lays one up against Niles East. Varsity Niles West 76 NUes East 55 NUes West 69 Forest View 45 NUes West 73 Deerfield 54 Niles West 61 Prospect 59 NUes West 44 Maine West 60 Niles West 56 Forest View 45 NUes West 52 Glenbrook South 40 Niles West 81 Glenbrook North 58 Niles West 44 Maine West 63 Niles West 67 Proviso West 69 Niles West 86 Proviso West 49 Niles West 58 WUlowbrook 69 Niles West 71 West Leyden 48 Niles West 71 East Leyden 63 NUes West 74 Morton West (ovt) 67 Niles West 48 Proviso West 62 Niles West 65 WUlowbrook 64 Niles West 71 West Leyden 58 NUes West 62 East Leyden 73 NUes West 64 Morton West 63 NUes West 78 Elmwood Park 67 NUes West 58 East Leyden 67 Straining for the jump are Indian Gordon Urelius and Malcolm Newcomb of East Leyden. J.V.Scores Niles West 50 Niles East 44 K m Niles West 81 Forest View 31 W r NUes West 42 Deerfield 43 i V A Niles West 43 Prospect 44 1 J v Niles West 48 Maine West 36 1 aiLcs wfiU Niles West 41 Forest View 37 1 . 1 Niles West 63 Glenbrook South 40 i V J N iles West 55 Glenbrook North 41 Niles West 77 Proviso West 58 Niles West 53 Willowbrook 54 Niles West 55 West Leyden 46 P j Jl Niles West 71 East Llyden 54 Niles West 52 Morton West 65 Niles West 61 Proviso West 39 Niles West 62 Willowbrook 64 NUes West 52 West Leyden 51 Niles West 60 East Leyden 56 Ndes West 44 Morton. West 56 BACK ROW: Coach Fdliman, R. Steele, D. Murphy, M. Brusman, J. Butor. FIRST ROW: S. Wellner, J. McKay, J. Timmer, R. Thomas, A. Schaefer. East meets West as J. V. cagers battle for the ball. Junior Varsity The J. V. Cagers completed a highly successful season with an over-all record of 12 wins and 6 defeats. Under the leadership of Coach Dennis Filliman, who finished his first year at West, the squad earned a 6-4 league slate. The team won two apiece from East Leyden, West Leyden, Pro- viso West, and lost a pair to both Willowbrook and Morton West. J. V. victories included sound scalpingsofEast Leyden (71-54), Proviso West (61-39), and Forest View (81-31). ' Del-Val ' foe Willowbrook won its two against the Indians by the slim margins of one and two points. Non-conference losses to Deerfield and Prospect were both by a single point. Mickey Brusman looks for a cutting teammate as Niles East guards, Murray Golden and Steve Hel- mer anticipate his move. Soph Scores Niles West 38 Niles East 42 NUes West 41 Prospect 58 Niles West 70 West Leyden 47 Niles West 62 Proviso West 55 Niles West 67 Proviso West 53 Niles West 47 Willowbrook 71 Niles West 59 East Leyden 65 Niles West 58 Deerfield 36 Niles West 53 Willowbrook 68 Niles West 60 Forest View 44 Niles West 58 West Leyden 58 Niles West 50 East Leyden 50 Niles West 43 Proviso East 55 I ST ROW: Coach Kielv asser, L. Killey, H. Lemer, D. HirschUck, D. Doruff, D. Heilbron. SECOND ROW: M Rissman (Manager), P. Gillespie, R. Torenko, J. RicordaU, R. Nielsen, M. Unick. FIRST ROW: R. Nied, H. Burkhardt, J. Sideman, A. Stein. Sophomores The Sophomore cagers, coached by George Kielwasser, fell from a 3-0 league record in mid-season to a final 4-4 conference ledger, as they posted a 6-7 over-all mark. The Frosh " A " squad, losing three games by the margin of only one basket, ended the year with a 4-9 over-all slate, 3-7 in the ' Dep-Val. ' The Frosh " B " team closed the season 4-3 in league play, but failed to win a non-conference contest in posting a 4-9 over-all record. Coaches for the Freshman contingents are Bill Paulsen and Frances Willett. Hopefully, they have developed some fine prospects for future Big Red varsity squads. LAST ROW: Coacli Paulsen, J. Elarde, J. Zelinka, S. Koenig, G. Schamber, J. Shulman, J. Nadian, J. Morten, W Kuhnle,J. Eadon, Coach Willett. SECOND ROW: T. Rompel, S. Schirmer, M Pepper, M. Weil, G. Timmings, W. Hcdstrom, G. Myhr, J. Bode, G. Galluzzo, P. Trotter (Manager). FIRST ROW: D. Muskat, I. Rosmarin, D. Levine, B. Perlov , S. Misrac, S. Jennetten, R. Kaplan, M Lleber- man ( Manager), A. Spiegel ( Manager). Freshmen ■ ' A ' Squad Scores Niles West 37 Niles East 40 Niles West 54 Prospect 62 Niles West 68 Leyden West 23 Niles West 48 Proviso West 47 Niles West 40 Proviso West 45 Niles West 39 Willowbrook 60 Niles West 39 East Leyden 41 Niles West 59 Morton West 66 NUes West 44 Willowbrook 46 Niles West 51 Forest View 44 Niles West 42 West Leyden 44 Niles West 41 East Leyden 45 Niles West 49 Morton West 40 " B " Squad Scores NUes West 49 NUes East 52 NUes West 25 Prospect 55 NUes West 56 West Leyden 43 NUes West 45 Proviso West 39 NUes West 30 Proviso West 34 NUes West 35 Wheeling 57 NUes West 38 East Leyden 42 NUes West 35 Deerfield 38 NUes West 30 WUlowbrook 44 NUes West 29 Forest View 52 NUes West 66 West Leyden 36 NUes West 38 East Leyden 35 NUes West 30 Proviso East 51 . ' ■::? J Swimming Led by the diving duo of Senior Paul Van Eikeren and Bob Wagner, the Varsity swimmers completed the 1963- 64 season with a 2-2 league slate, good for 3rd place. Van Eikeren and Wagner placed 3rd and 6th in the Niles West State Districts and went on to finish 17th and 19th in the State finals, continuing the three year old Indian diving dynas ty. Coach Cajet should have a strong nucleus returning next year from a predominately junior squad and will be sure to challenge for the league crown. LAST ROW; R. Wagner, T. Widerquist, R. Meyer, G. Dankowski, D. Aberman, G. Carlson, D. Kocii, Coach Smith. SECOND ROW: G. Messerschmitt, R. Katz, B. Kaufman, R. Liveris, R. Levin, K. Johnson, J. Ferris, Coach Cajet. FIRST ROW: 0. Cassata (Manager), R. Schaf, D. White, P. Van Eirkeren (Captain), D. Lauer, J. Bell, H. Goldberg (Manager). Varsity Brushing up on his form is Slate-qualifying diver Paul Van Eikeren. Scores Niles West 30 Niles East 65 NUes West 74 Glenbrook South 21 Ndes West 37 Maine West 58 Niles West 60 Prospect 35 Niles West 80 Forest View 15 NUes West 71 Morton West 24 Niles West 82 West Ley den 13 Niles West 49 Lake Forest 46 Niles West 72 Arlington 23 Niles West 23 East Leyden 72 Niles West 27 Proviso West 68 Niles West 51 Elmwood Park 44 Niles West 29 Maine East 66 21Z IHRS ' lBfiisi m mnR tKsa?! F ros h-Soph Scores Niles West 41 Niles East 54 Niles West 72 Glenbrook South 23 Niles West 40 Maine West 55 Niles West 64 Prospect 31 Niles West 82 Forest View 13 Niles West 75 Morton West 20 Niles West 84 West Leyden 11 Niles West 51 Lake Forest 41 Niles West 56 Arlington 39 Niles West 75 East Leyden 20 Niles West 58 Proviso West 37 Niles West 72 Elmwood Park 23 Niles West 61 Maine East 34 The Frosh-Soph mermen were the only winter sports team to grab a piece of any championship for Niles West in the ' 63- ' 64 competition. They were Co-Champions, with Proviso West, for the Des Plaines Valley League Crown. They compiled an 11 win and 2 loss season slate. After losing their first two out of three meets to Niles East and Maine West ( a 72-23 victory over Glenbrook South was sandwiched in-between), they racked up ten straight victories to earn their 11-2 record. Coached by Darrell Smith, the Frosh-Soph swimmers rolled up the almost unbelieveable total of 831 season points, as compared to 400 for their opponents. Their highest single meet score of the season was 84 points against West Leyden. Freshmen Scores Niles West 22 Niles East 73 Niles West 16 Hinsdale 78 Niles West 46 Homewood-Flossmor 49 Niles West 18 Deerfield 77 Niles West 42 Maine East 49 Niles West 57 Forest View 37 Niles West 43 Glenbrook North 52 Niles West 55 Glenbrook South 40 FIRSTRO V:J.Bloom(Manager),D.Stone,R. Heischman, J. Gilluly, R. Golden- berg, R. Robbins, E. Chez, R. Kaplan. SECOND ROW: J. Gerkhe, V. Carrane, J. Glantz, A. Shafer, L. Peterson, B. Kaufman, S. Krasney, Coach Smilh. LAST ROW: T. Thomas, U. Viktor, R. Schoos, J. Wolz, H. Kat2, R. Levin, R. Katz, J. Wood, M Tontarelli, Coach Cajet. THIRD ROW: J. Lauer, R. Schoos, J. Aberman, J. Wolz, L. Stauber, S. Cohen, Coach Cajet. SECOND ROW: H. Sandroff, R. Goldenberg, R. Robbins, E. Chez, M Tontarelli, Coach Smith. FIRST ROW: B. Fleischman, R. Kaplan, R. Sorci, D. Stone, M Karloff. Wrestling The Varsity grapplers, hurt by injuries and forfeits throughout the season, finished the ' 63- ' 64 season in the Des Plaines Valley League cellar with a 0-5 record. The Indians managed two non-conference wins in the disappointing mat season. On the brighter side, Seniors Ted Forsberg, Spike Kummerow, and Russ Lain all placed in the State District competition. The Junior Varsity squad finished with a 8-8 breakeven slate over-all, and took 4th in the league with a 2-3 record. Seniors Don Kuehn and Doug Lipman suffered only one loss apiece to lead the J. V. ' s, Indian grapplers all shout advice to tlieir teammate on tlie mat. Indian matman Jack Wu " rides " Tony Heard of Morton West. Aggressive Spike Kummerow drives to fasten a cross-face craddle on Morton West opponent Jerry Markham. Varsity Scores NUes West 24 North Chicago 21 Niles West 18 NUes East 18 Niles West 14 Deerfield 25 Niles West 23 Evanston 23 NUes West 19 Prospect 24 NUes West 17 Maine West 28 NUes West 20 Forest View 19 NUes West 40 Glenbrook South 6 NUes West 20 Glenbrook North 20 NUes West 19 Proviso West 23 NUes West 19 Palatine 22 NUes West 13 WUlowbrook 29 NUes West 3 Waukegan 39 NUes West 8 East Leyden 35 NUes West 19 Morton West 21 NUes West 19 West Leyden 21 J V. Scores NUes West 38 North Chicago 15 NUes West 34 NUes East 14 NUes West 25 Deerfield 19 NUes West 20 Evanston 23 NUes West 22 Prospect 24 NUes West 19 Maine West 23 NUes West 25 Forest View 19 NUes West 46 Glenbrook South 6 NUes West 31 Glenbrook North 9 NUes West 26 Proviso West 21 NUes West 14 Palatine 29 NUes West Forfeit to us WUlowbrook NUes West 10 Waukegan 39 NUes West 18 East Leyden 28 NUes West 14 Morton West 28 NUes West 13 West Leyden 25 •w Varsity and Junior Varsity LAST ROW: R. Thomas, P. Chaitkin, J. Phdan, D. Swanson, G. Masten, T. Forsberg, V. Kummerow, S. Soloman, D. Kueiin. THIRD ROW: Coach Porter, D.Saultzman, R. Burke, J. Wu. W. Rosenquist, J. Novotny D. Hill (Manager), Coach Anderson. SECOND ROW: G. Zimmerman, D. Upman, G. Portugal, C. Friedman, J. Rosenbloom, R. Uin, R. Zimmerman (Manager). FIRST ROW: B. Gelfand, S. Lee, R. Mueller, J. Lemer, D. Lueber, R. Lee, G. Schneider. " t r V J J, M a a f. - - LAST ROW,LefttoRight:R. Raubolt, V. Moe, J. Trasatti, C. Talan, P. Johnopolos, S. Danzinger, J. Perlman, R. Thomas, S. Wishoff. THIRD ROW: Coach Whitlatch, D. Drier, S. Liss, C. Levin, D. McAvoy, R. Green- span, L. Soldinger, Coach Skuban. SECOND ROW: E. Greenberg, B. Varvaris, R. Rosenquist, J. Stengl, R. Spencer, G. Goldberg, M Schmidt, S. Rosenbloom. FIRST ROW: S. Ginsburgh, R. Sonnenblum, M. Fung, T. Weiss, M. Yohanna. Frosh-Soph Under the leadership of Coach Mike Skuban, the Fresh- men grapplers compiled a fine 9-3 season record as the only winning wresding squad at Niles West. Elliott Greenberg was undefeated at 112 pounds, and 145-pounder Chuck Levin recorded nine straight pins. Rich Lee, a Freshman, competed on the Varsity level. The Sophomore squad won only once during the season, and failed to win in league play. The squad is coached by Rex Whidatch. Soph Scores ] •■rosh Scores Niles West 12 Niles East 35 Niles West 43 North Chicago 5 Niles West 13 Deerfield 33 Niles West 28 NUes East 21 Niles West 14 Evanston 36 NUes West 45 Deerfield 13 NUes West 13 Prospect 33 Niles West 31 Evanston 23 NUes West 13 Forest View 40 Niles West 31 Prospect 19 Niles West 28 Glenbrook North 28 Niles West 29 Forest View 20 Niles West 15 Proviso West 41 Niles West 31 Glenbrook North 23 Niles West 6 Willowbrook 42 NUes West 24 Proviso West 26 Niles West 2 Leyden East 49 NUes West 21 WUlowbrook 26 Niles West 8 Leyden West 41 NUes West 27 Morton West 21 Niles West 36 Glenbrook South 16 NUes West 21 West Leyden 22 Niles West 12 Maine West 32 NUes West 26 Glenbrook South 22 NUes West 19 Maine West 28 Moving easily through a glide kip is State-qualifier Bruce Bolnick. Ed --Raymond performs a series of flank circles on the horse. Terry Bryant strains ever}- muscle to achieve the stunt called a planche. Gymnastics This year ' s Gymnastic teams, under the leadership of two new coaches, had one of the most successful campaigns in West ' s brief gymnastic career. Tutored by John Burkel, who coached Niles East ' s championship teams, the varsity gymnasts scored ten vic- tories, while suffering eight setbacks. They also sent two gymnasts to the State Finals held at Willowbrook in March. Junior Bruce Bolnick competed on the parallel bars and Junior Barry Gold competed on the trampo- line. John Armour coached the Frosh-Soph squad. They scored some impressive victories in the ' 63- ' 64 season, finishing third in the League Meet and ninth out of fourteen teams in the Waukegan Invitational. Their over-all slate was 7 wins and 11 losses. The Frosh- Soph squad ended the season by reeling off three straight victories. They beat a highly- touted Forest View team, and scored wins over Rich East and Proviso West. WEST ffr-st I ' 4 i MHftSTICS Mill i ' «ji lA ' I S ' ; West ' V 4 WrsTI K LAST ROW: B. Bolnick, T. Bryant, L. Metnick (Captain). SECOND ROW: R. Gillman, B. Meyer, P. Wright, B. Gold. FIRST ROW: I. Bolnick (Manager), Coach Burkel, J. Lundgren, M Blustein, E. Raymond. Va rsity Scores Niles West 42 Niles East 89 NUes West 60 Proviso West 72 Niles West 54 Arlington 78 Niles West 69 1 2 GlenbardWest 62 1 2 Niles West 52 1 2 Evanston 79 1 2 Niles West 54 Willowbrook 77 Niles West 88 Glenbrook South 44 Niles West 54 West Leyden 78 Niles West 62 1 2 Prospect 69 1 2 Niles West 81 East Leyden 50 Niles West 71 1 2 Palatine 60 1 2 Niles West 53 Maine East 79 Niles West 84 Glenbrook North 48 Niles West 81 1 2 Forest View 49 1 2 Niles West 64 Maine West 68 NUes West 71 Rich East 60 Niles West 70 Harrington 62 Niles West 59 1 2 Proviso West 72 1 2 218 BACK ROW: T. Andersen, M EUyne, K. Schwartz, B. Gerber, M Edwards, J. Gersten, G. Maro, S. Rochdl. FRONT ROW: R.Johnson, D. Thompson, R. Lees, S. Katz, R. Manna, R. Clemen, P. Kuhr, Coach Armour. Frosh-Soph NUes West 54 Niles East 78 Niles West 62 Glenbard West 69 Niles West 56 Arlington 76 Niles West 51 WUlowbrook 80 Niles West 59 Evanston 73 Niles West 61 West Leyden 71 Niles West 88 Glenbrook South 33 NUes West 73 1 2 East Leyden 38 1 2 Niles West 57 Prospect 75 NUes West 57 Maine East 75 Niles West 41 Palatine 85 NUes West 74 1 2 Forest View 57 1 2 Niles West 87 Glenbrook North 45 NUes West 73 Rich East 56 Niles West 55 Maine West 76 NUes West 68 Proviso West 64 NUes West 73 B arrington-Pro viso 59 Using perfect form. Varsity gymnast Larry Metnlclc performs a leg scissors on the horse. Heels over head Is State-qualifier Barry Gold In a One and three quarters layout sommersault on the trampoline. Index Abbott, Barbara Ann, 94, 112, 114, 136, 137 Abbott, Barbara Lynn, 137 Aberman, David R. , 178,212 Aberman, James L. , 191 Abrahamson, Murray M. , 185 Abrams, Linda Lee, 183 Abramson, Irwin A. , 193 Adam, Lee Ann, 193 Adami, Lee Ann, 122, 170, 176 Adams, Audrey, 178 Adams, James Henry, 187 Adams, Jeffrey Wayne, 192 Adelman, Linda G. , 106, 197 Adelson, Maria K.,81, 178 Adl-iins, Dorothy, 171 Adler, Marvin Alan, 177 Adler, Ruth Doreen, 104, 192 Ahlstrom, Richard A. , 199 Ahrens, Barbara Ann, 83, 137 Aiello, Tomilyn V. , 103, 137 Al erly, Nancy Lynne, 192 Albert, Sharon, 85, 93, 177 Albrecht, Dorothy, 186 Albrecht, Nancy Ann, 171 Alder, Wendy Joan, 107, 195 Alex, David Irwin, 125, 137 Alex, Diane Joy, 85, 88, 188 Alfassa, Hillary Ann, 196 Allaun, Stephen O. , !37 Allen, Nancy J 173 AUenbaugh, Wm. H. , 176, 204 Allison, Terry Lee, 86, 191 Allison, Toni Jean, 34, 103, 104, 137 Alonas, Margaret R. , 194 Alonas, Paul G. , 89 Alop, Alan A , 137 Alop, Marc Steve, 195 Alper, Sanford B. , 137 Alport, Carolyn Ruth, 103, 137 Altschaeffel, Dennis, 181 Altshuler, Terry, 177,204 Ambrus, Gayle L. , 179 Anapol, Fred C. , 137 Andersen, Robert A. , 193 Andersen, Thomas L. , 196, 219 Anderson, Bruce C. , 196 Anderson, Bryan M. , 137 Anderson, Cathy, 181 Anderson, Charles L. , 180, 188 Anderson, Donald J, , 85, 184 Anderson, James N. , 137 Anderson, Judith E. , 137 Anderson, Kim P. , 137 Anderson, Larry D, , 186,204 Anderson, Linda H. , 170, 172 Anderson, Linda Lou 137 Anderson, Margaret 81, 137 Anderson, Mark H. 197 Anderson, Norman R. , 182, 204 Anderson, Ray A, , 100, 179, 204 Anderson, Toni Sue 137 Andrews, Judith Lynn, 183 Andrews, Susan M. , 93, 137 Andrew, Judy, 178 Andrew, Linda Sue, 197 Andrzejewski, David, 205 Angelino, Paul J. , 85, 93, 185 Anger, Jane A. , 195 Apelian, Donald J. , 175 Apelian, Robert G, , 199 Appel, David Neil, 187 Applebaum, Leslie R. , 93, 176 Applebaum, Rosely, 137 Archer, James R. , 138,202 Argyrakis, Thomas L. , 178 Armitage, Yvonne M. , 184 Armatys, Marsha Elle, 93 Armstrong, Darlene G. , 176 Arnold, Nancy Lee, 87, 185 Aron, Cara Lee, 138 Arpan, Beverlec A. , 83, 103, 138, 125 Arpan, John Kent, 38, 83, 88, 97, 103, 125 Arvidson, Robert H. , 199 Arwine, Brian K. , 178 Asher,Nadine Jane, 171 Asher, Theda Carol, 85 Ashlevitz, Bernard M. , 199 Atzel, Walter J. , 187 Auer, Kennetli George, 195 Aull, Sandra Kay, 193 Avella.Sino, 182 Aviano, Richard A. , 178 Azelickis, George J. , 136, 138 Babb, Bryan Lee, 86 Bach, Catherin 77, 78 Bacher, Helen E. , 174 Bader, Robert Jads 100, 138 Baim, Candi Barbara, 81, 183 Baker, Marvin Joel, 194 Baker, Ronald B. , 176 Balkonis, Linda D. , 179 Ballou, Patricia C. , 179 Baltes, Steven K. , 193 Bank, Claire Ruth, 179 Banks, Maria B. , 171 Bannister, Bonnie C. , 138 Bantz, David A. , 88, 138 Bantz, Elizabeth E. , 186 Barber, James F. , 182 Barber, Paul Randall, 192 Barclay, Richard, 171, 204 Barnett, Mark Allan, 180, 197 Barnow, Susan Mary, 79, 94, 180, 187 Baron, Iris Ginger, 193 Baron, Lawrence 176 Barrash, Andrea Gail, 82, 87, 181 Barron, Curtiss E. , 86 Barron, Joyce, 138 Bartelson, Anna M, , 173 Barth, Barbara J, , 177 Barth.Julianne, 79, 170, 175 Bartholmy, Barbara A. , 199 Bartholomew, Robert, 97, 179 Bartlett, Bonnie Dee, 177 Bartuce, Susan Anne, 198 Baruck,John E. , 138 Basrak, Roger M, , 138, 2u2 Bass, Charles M. , 138 Bass, Mira], , 105 Bass, Murray, 181 Bassuk, Richard A. , 191 Bassuk, Lawrence J. , 171, 204 Basting, Sharen M. , 175 Bate man, Patricia D, , 83, 103, 138, 125 Batschauer, Bonnie L. , 138 Batschauer, Lynn Lee, 194 Baum, Barbara J. , 88, 174 Baum, Steven, 193 Baumann, Sandra J. , 138 Baumhardt, Dennis L. , 138 Baumhardt, Linda Ann, 87, 186 Bavetta, Betty J. , 103, 171 Beaird, Judith A. , 179 Beck, Harvey C, , 138 Beck, Jerry Carl, 198 Beck, Timothy Ray, 196 Becker, Bill John, 179 Becker, Hetty M. , 181 Beckway, Brent J., 171 Bedoe, Beverly, 179 Beederman, Asher J,, 196 Beelen, Barbara Ann, 196 Beelen, Edward 185 Behr, Elyse Judith, 178 Behrens, Cheryl L. , 186 Behrens, Renea Diane, 176 Behrstock, Gary M., 172 Beilgard, Steven 172 Bell, Enid Stella, 199 Bell, John W. ,95, 138,212 Bell, Lawrence G, , 183, 205 Belokon, Elaine A. , 86, 196 Belokon, Katherine A, , 92, 185 Bennett, Leonard G. , 83, 103, 138, 125 Bennett, Lynn P. , 176 Bennett, Mary C. , 86, 186 Beran, James G. , 177 Berens, Phyllis Ann, 197 Berg, Kevin William, 183, 204 Berger, Barbara Lee, 138 Berger, Harold E. , 173 Berger, James K, , 184 Berger, Joel R. , 177 Berger, Marian Joyce, 198 Berger, Marsha Sue, 138 Berger, Robert K. , 199 Bergles, William J., 182 Bergstrom, Cathy L. , 192 Berk, Marcia S. , 139 Berke, Terry G. , 175 Berkover, Robert L. , 177 Berkover, Rosalynne, 139, 93 Berkowitz, Gary E. , 139 Berkowitz, Stephen J. , 199 Berlin, Barbara S. , 76, 139 Berliner, Donald D. , 83, 186 Berlowe, Judi, 173 Bcrman, Leslie Dale, 87, 88, 181 Berman, Marna Ann, 81, 94, 193 Berman, Robert M, , 88, 173 Berman, Rosalie, 87, 122, 177 Berman, Steven M. , 175 Berndt, Mai-go C, , 139 Bernstein, Carol J. , 177 Bernstein, Ronald A, , 91, 174, 179 Bernstein, Sheila S. , 193 Bernstein, Susan I, , 84, 85, 139 Bers, Alan B. , 85, 87, 179 Bers, Louis M. ,99, 139 Bert, Carol Elaine, 183 Best, James G. , 183 Bethke, Kathy Ellen, 185 Betlike, William J., 178 Betts, Kathy Jane, 89, 192 Betts, Margaret R. , 139 Beyda, Sherry Lynn, 187 Bick, Kathryn Louise, 187 Biederer, Christine, 16, 195 Biga, Frank Joseph, 183 Binder, Steve Ross, 194 Binkley,John C. , 171 Binkoff, Bonnie B, , 139 Birkley, Linda Alice, 181 Birndorf, Louise L. , 139 Blameuser, Mary A. , 178 Blanck, Geraldine M. , 176 Blank, Donna Lee, 171 Blank, Marilyn J. , 139 Blasco, George Wm. , 199 Blasek, Gail Ann, 181 Blaul, Cynthia L. , 188 Blevit,Nadine, 94, 123, 184 Bloom, Barbara E. , 139 Bloom, Joel Alan, 103, 189 Blum, Jeanette M, , 88, 94 Blumenfeld, Robert M. , 186 Blumenthal, Donna A. , 94, 192 Blumenthal, Roy M. , 176 Blumenthal, Susan A. , 181 Blustein, Marvin I, ,95, 139,210 Bobek, Gregory, 188 Bock, Bruce George, 198 Bode, James Jule, ISO, 192 Boime, Susan Ilene, 180, 195 Bolgioni, Richard L. , 139 Bollinger, Donna J. , 182 Bolnick, Bruce R. , 176,217,218 Bolnick, Ira Donald, 89 Bolotin, Pamela G. , 88, 171 Bond, Nancy Jo. , 172 Bonetti, Jolm Frank, 84, 183 Bonetti, Susan K. , 84, 96, 192 Bontze, Arlen 81, 192 Bookman, Helen Rutli, 191 Bookwalter,Jack E, , 85, 87, 139 Boor, Jolin, 186 Booth, Susan D. ,96 Borack, Alvin, 139 Borgel, Peggy Ann, 198 Borisof, Pamela J. , 183 Bornstein, Mark Jay, 97, 193 Borowski, Mary Susan, 86, 96 Bomck, Dennis Joel, 86, 196 Bosch, Cheryl A. , 191 Bosley, Janet Gail, 79, 196 Boston, Robert Paul, 195 Bostrom, Susan, 103, 104, 184 Boyden, Bonnie M. , 139 Boyden, Melody Ann, 195 Bradford, Jane A. , 87, 171 Bramson, Marcia D. , 139 Bramson, Susan Jean, 196 Bramwell, Beverly J. , 193 Bramwell, Terry J. , 139 Brandt, Frances Lee, 198 Brandt, Jacqueline, 94, 122, 139 Brandt, Ralph G. , 171 Brandt, Wayne Paul. 86, 192 Brandzel, Ellen Beth, 176 Braude, Frances Ann 94, ISO, 186 Braun, Manfred W. , 93, 177, 194 Braver, Raymond S. , 194 Braverman, Janice L. , 193 Breekha, Rose Maire,140 Breinig, Nancy Lee, 192 Breinig, Peggy Ann, 173 Bregman, Joanne C. , 89, 175 Brendel, Diane Marie, 140 Brice, Jerry, 205 Brier, William J. , 29 Brill, Charles, 140 Brin,Jary Y. , 140 Broccolino, Andrew C. , 182 Broccolino, Evelyn 140 Brockett, Susan Ann, 186 Brod, Peter Don, 192 Brodin, Chris S. , 173 Brodin, Marie P. , 197 Brodsky, Robert H. , 181, 192 Brody, Linda, 176 Brodzik, Walter T. , 177 Brooks, Janice, 94, 123, 187 Brooks, Pamela J. , 199 Brower, Thomas R. , 199 Brown, Bruce Allen, 187 Brown, Carol Lynn, 187 Brown, Cyntliia B. , 88, 186 Brown, Larry E. , 84, 85, 123, 179 Brownstein, Susan R. , 175 Bruckman, R Sheila, 196 Bruksch, Edward G. ,82,95,99, 112, 114, 140,202,203,208 Bniksch, Lawrence M. , 181, 204 BruneUi,Jan M. , 199 Brunger, Marilyn M. , 195 Brunner, William, 195 Brusman, Mickey, M. , 172,210 Bryant, Jack Lee, 83, 188 Bryant, Myra Anita, 177 Bryant, Terry E. , 140,217,218 Bub ley, Lawrence D. , 184 Bubley, Linda Lee, 173 Bucaro, Patricia Ann. 189 Bulster, Robert O. , 88, 93, 140 Buns, Thomas Joseph, 197 Burke, Raymond H. , 140, 215 Burke, Sharon M. , 173 Burkhardt, Henry E. , 182 Burkhardt, Larry R., 85, 86, 140 Burkhart, Nancy Joan 140 Burkhardt, Terry J, , 87, 95, 182 Bumstein, Bill Joel, 140 Burr,Janet Lucile, 103, 174 Burton, Sandra, 171 Burzik, Frank Victor, 199 Bush, Larry Yale, 183, 205 Butor, John Anthony, 186 Butzbach, Carol Lynn, 197 Bydaiek, Theodore, 187 Byford, Mary Suzanne, 194 Cacioppo, Victoria A. , 173 Cahan, David E. , 178 Caldwell, David E. , 184 Caliva, Carol Lynn, 195 Callero, Ronald R. , 194 Callner, Cheryl Lynn, 94, 191 Calucci, Rosemary J. , 140 Cap, Daniel, 193 Caracciolo, George J. , 95, 140, 207 Carlisle, Shirley J. , 178 Carlson, Barbara Ann, 185 Carlson, Gary E. , 103, 1 76, 2 12 Carlson, Jeannim, 89 Carlson, Robert A. , 171 Carlson, Susan A. , 93, 140 Carlson, Wendell O. , 140 Carniol, Glenn M. , 140 Carrane, William B. , 186 Carter, James J. , 86, 198 Cassata, Orrin, 181,212 Cedar, Candice, 86, 193 Cenci, Carol Anne, 187 Chaitkin, Paul S.,215 Chamberlain Vicki, 87, 177 Chamlin, Sherry R. , 186 Chang, Charles S. , 88, 93, 140 Chaplik, Linda Ann, 199 Chapman, Marcia Ruth, 187 Charness, Gary B. , 196 Chechopoulos, Michael, S3, 88, 1 16, 125, 171 Cheetliam, Shirley A. , 104, 140 Chepulis, Cheryle S. , 140 Chez, Edward Bennett, 197 Chien, Agnes, 187 Chikaraishi.Dona M. , 136, 141 Chikaraishi, Todd, 23, 93, 181 Childs, Sandra Lee, 83, 194 Childs, Sharon L. , 141 Chow, Vincent, 198 Clirisos, Katlileen M. , 176 Clirist, Linda, 141 Cl-irist, Maria, 178 Christ, Pamela 194 Cliristensen, Douglas, 179 Clu ' istensen, Steven, 188 Christensen, Wm. R. , 95, 99, 141, 207 Christiansen, Linla, 198 Chubin, Gary Mitchel, 22 Chvalovsky,Jay T. , 108 Chvalovsky, Jon, 141 Cierny, James J. , 141 Cierny, Joseph John, 189 Cieszykowski, Ken, 141 Cims, Sandra Clare, 104, 198 Cinman, Paulette,S3, 141 Cizek, James Tliomas, 141 Clark, Howard W. ,95, 141,202 Clark, Jane, 186 Clark, Jure M. , 94, 141 Clarkson, Karen Dee, 180, 191 Claus.Jeffrey, R. , 178 Clausen, Joan E. , 81, 85, 177 Cleburne, Mary Jane, 181 Clemen, Robert Blair, 219 Clifford, Douglas D., 183,205 Cline, Edwin L, , 141,202 Clyman, Harold L. , 171 Clyman, Sandra K. , 81, 173 220 Index Clyman, Selma, 198 Cockrcll, Cynthia C. , 79, 94, 141 Codell,Barr - F. , 176 Cohen, Brian R. , 141 Cohen, Debra Joy, 94, 123 Cohen, Jeffrey Allen, 194 Cohen, Jerry, 14 1 Cohen, Laurence W. , 181, 193 Cohen, Linda Rutli, SO, 178 Cohen, Marilyn, 82, 175 Cohen, Martin Neal, 83, 196 Cohen, Sharon Jo -, 172 Cohen, Sheldon Bruce, 192 Cohen, Stuart Shelly, 184 Colin, Linda Sue, 81, 124, 185 Cohn, Sandi Lee, 195 Colbert, Steven J. , 141 Colbert, Susan E. , 89, 191 Cole, Marilyn A. , 128 Colecchia, Mary Ann, 191 Colecchia, Rudolph E. , 191 Coleman, Lynn, 179 Collins, Patricia J. , 122, 141 Collons, Michelle Av. , 24, 92, 174 Como, Gar ' Stephen, 196 Condit, Steven C. , 186 Condon, Jeanne S. , 172 Conley, Karen Lee, 141 Connelly, Robert P. , 141 Connett, Dar l A. , 181 Conrad, Jon, 85, 87, 88, 172 Conti, Michael A. , 141 Cooper, Barbara Sue, 87, 103 Cooper, Judi Barbara, 83, 103, 175 Cooper, Mildred C. , 106, 187 Cooper, Nita, 195 Coorlas, Peter S. , 192 Cordell, Marshall S. , 177 Corin, Kenny B. , 32, 175 Corn, Donna, 30, 141, 125 Cornelius, Wendy j: , 197 Cornelius, William F. , 86, 142 Costantino, Nicholas, 185 Costantino, Roseann, 80, 142 Coulter, Marilyn J. , 178 Coursey, Larry M. , 173 Coven, Maia Beth, 194 Covert, Douglas A. , 199 Cowan, Bewrly M. , 122, 142 Cowan, Jerry S. , 187 Cowen, Bomie L. , 83, 176 Cox, Cynthia, Carol 186 Cox, Martha Sharon, 191 Cragg, Janet A. , 94, 103, 142 Cragg, Susan E. , 87, 103, 104, 181 Craig, Evelyn Rita, 104, 181 Craig, Geraldine K, , 199 Grain, Bruce I. , 100, 188,204 Crane, Michael Alar 192 Cristol, Joanne Gail, 198 Criz, Robert M. , 175 Croft, Gene Sandra 197 Culberg, Beverly N. , 142 Cutler, Arthur E. , 184 Cutler, Steven Barry, 83, 172 Cutron, Jack J. , 189 Cutrone, James J. , 142 Dabbert, Susan Anne, 86, 89, 197 Dachman, Alan Jay, 195 Dahl, Donna R. , 83 Dahl, James Marvin, 83 Daiberl, Richard J. , 99, 142 Dale, Barbara, 85, 103, 104, 187 Dale, James L. , 194 Dall, KarenG. , 80, 103, 142 Damkjer, Donna Lee, 172 Dankowski, Gail J. , 103, 105, 179 Dankowski,Gary J. , 103, 107,212 Dantuma, Scon R. , 86, 191 Danzinger, David L. , 142 Danzinger, Stuart L. , 180, 182 Darscli, Catherine M. , 84, 171 Darsch,Dal2 A. , 103, 178 D Ascanio. Ida Jean, 176 Davidove, Donna Gail, 183 Davidove, Sandra E. , 142 Davidson, Joan Merle, 194 Davidson, Marilynn, 103, 105, 142 Davidson, Micliael M. , 197 Davidson, Sheila Jo, 185 Davis, Barry, 94, 95, 99, 142, 208 Davis, Bonnie Jean, 92, 198 Davis, Charles Bruce, 193 Davis, C heryle, 173 Davis, Diane L. , 142 Davis, Gary Alan, 183 Davis, Gary Allen, 193 Davis, Robert Joseph, 86, 91 Davis, Susan Kay, 184 Davis, Tnidi Anne, 142 Davis, Virginia M. , 83, 122, 172 Dawson, Jill Dee, 81, 193 Dean, Katliryn Ann, 198 Dean, Mark A. , 142 Decker, Patrick H, , 179 Decker, Renate S. , 84, 142 De Correvont, Susan, 83, 142 Dedauw, Carole Jean, 196 Dedekind, Karen J. , 173 Dehmlow, Genie, 177 De La Rosa Lorie L. , 179 Dell.Darlene S. , 104, 142 Delman,Joel R. , 142 Delott, Ronald, 176 De Love, Judith L. . 88, 93, 99, 142 De Maa, Sandra J. , 175 Demas, William L. , 176,202 De Meduc, Candy M. , 142 Demell, James Dale, 195 Demoss, Deborah Jo, 199 Denley,Lynn S. ,83, 143 Dennis, Joyce Lynn, 73, 194 Depola, Barr ' S. , 193 Derdiger.Jan Alan, 198 Derman, Barry Dale, 88, 143 De Rudder, Sheri May, 87, 181 De Santis, Kathy Ann, 88, 187 Deters, Roy Elliott, 194 Dettloff, Diane C. , 143 Deutch, Sharon D. , 177 Dewald, Donald H. , 196 Dewar, Mattliew B. , 143 Diamond, Fred M. , 91, 173 Diamond, Joanne, 83, 143 Dickert, Jack Howard, 197 Didier, Linda L. , 173 Dietze, Naomi J. , 175 Dimscliultz.Sally J. , 81, 187 Di Salvo, Allan John, 179 Ditkowsky, James E. , 143 Ditkowsky, Judith A. , 143 Ditkowsky, Lois Jo. , 143 Dobbin, Gregg Alan, 172, 207 Dobbs, Kenneth P. , 175 Doczekalski, Jerome, 16, 197 Dolgin, Danny Lee, 199 Domenella,Lina M. , 96, 176 Domoracki, Susan P, , 77, 143 Doniger,Dale L. ,81,94, 118, 125, 143 Doppelt, Samuel H. , 176 Doppelt, Sharon R. , 93, 192 Dorband, Carol J., 188 Dorfman, Judith S. , 92, 143 Douglas, David J. , 84, 199 Douglas, Spencer R. , 184 Doyle, Nancy Jean, 82, 83, 102, 143 Dragovich, Danka, 10 105, 122, 136, 143 Drees, Susan, 192 Dreier, Donald G. , 86, 205 Dressel, William G. , 143 Drew, Kathleen M., 26, 143 Drews, Donna L. , 179 Dubow, Jeffrey, 199 Duda, Lynn C. , 143 Duffey, Patricia M. , 178 Duim,John Lee, 194 Duren, Janet, 83, 143 Dunster, Kimberly A. , 79, 87, 88, 89, 186 Dworkin, Marsha, 176 Dziordzik, Carole, 143 Eadon, John Edward, 195 Eadon, Thomas Milton, 191 Eagan, Laura Marie, 28, 143 Edwards, Bruce E. , 171 Edwards, Michael E. , 191,219 Edwards, Roger E. , 199 Edwin, Denise M. , 192 Egel, Carol Sharon, 91, 199 Ehrhardt, Fred Craig, 199 Eichhorn, James F. , 144 Eisenberg, Deborah, 94 Eisenberg, Michael J. , 193 Eisenhammer, Stanley, 195 Filer, Harold Otto, 174 Filers, Joyce Ann, 82, 83 Einstein, Stewart A. , 90, 193 Ekstein, Esther, 81, 123, 182 Elarde, James N. , 198 Elden, Barry Rand, 94, 95, 99, 143, 202 Elden, Karen Sue, 197 Elesh, Linda Sue, 197 Elesh, Patricia Ann, 199 Ellas, Mark, 185 Elias, Sheldon, D., 84,85,87, 115, 145 Ellenwood, Jeannine, 85, 196 Ellew, Barbara Lynn, 186 Ellis,Darryl,J., 183,202 Ellis, Janice Caryn, ISO, 183 Ellyne,Mark Jay, 195,219 Enberg, Denis Alan, 185 Endo, Gary J. , 196 Endre, David Brian, 171 Enenstein, Sherry L. , 24, 77, 92, 145 Engdahl, Karen L. , 144 Engebretson, JonP, , 191 Engel, Richard N. , 176 English, Robert F. , 172, 204 Ennes, Terrence, G. , 198 Entman, Bari Lee, 184 Epstein, Francine L. , 177 Epstein, Jill Linda, 104 Epstein, Joseph A. , 180, 191 Epstein, Pliyllis A. , 193 Epstein, Tobi E. , 173 Erdman,Jay Alan, 199 Ericksen, Stephen J, , 182 Erickson, Cher ' l A. , 193 Erickson, Robert J. , 86, 198 Ermilio, Janice M. , 9 179 Ermilio, Ralph Louis, 86, 87, 100, 199 Emt, William D. , 172,202 Esposito, Paschal R. , 174 Esterl, Nancy L. ,82, 144 Esterman, David J . , 171 Ettinger, Elise M. , 192 Ettinger, Esdier R. , 144 Ettinger, Terry Sue, 181 Eulberg, Patricia J. , 84, 144 Evans, Neil Richard, 100 Evens, Lnida Ann, 192 Evers, Barbara, 84, 144 Evensen, Robin Arm, 104, 187 Evensen, Warren J. , 144 Ewing, Linda Marie, 178 Fagan, Josepli L. , 183 Faintuch, Cheryl D. , 170 Faintuch.Jane S. , 87, 103, Falkoff, Ellen H. , 145 Fallico, Richard J. , 176 Fanaras, Christopher, 86, 172 Faraci, Linda Jean, 175 Faraci, Peter V. ,202 Parish, Nancy L. , 194 Faust, Patricia Lou, 191 Faust, Penelope A. , 174 Faustein, Joel, 144 Fay,Jonille D, , 102, 185 Feam, Arnold F. , 173 Feigenbaum, Adrienne, 179 Fein, Renee, 144 Feinberg, Ellen B. , 87, 171 Feingold, Bonita, C. , 145 Feingold, Susan P. , 187 Feipel, Martin W. , 179 Feldman, Arlene J. , 136, 144 Feldman, Mark Lewis, 177 Feldpausch,Jack, 84, 85,97, 175 Felsenthal, Steven A. , 199 Ferina, Vincent H. , 177 Ferris, James H, , 103, 173,212 Ficho, Thomas W, , 198 Fields, Richards, 187 Fierstein, Elissa F. , 16, 193 Filko, Gary Scott, 90, 175 Filler, David Edward, 181 Fimoff, Barbara, 144 Fimoff, Robert L, , 144 Finestilver, Jeffrey , 173 Finesilver, Michael. 194 Fink, Ellen Marie, 181 Fink, Robert William, 188 Finnerman, Philip B. . 189 Fischer, Adrienne, 88 Fischer, Paul S, , 175 Fish, Robert B. , 86, 191 Fisher, Gail Mae, 81, 82, 84, 181 Fisher, Jo Anne, 79, 96, 172 Fisher, Laurey,96, 197 Fisher, Vicki A. , 182 Flammini, Carolee, 182 Flammini, Lynn Ellen, 88, 183 Flasch, Bonita Gail, 84, 192 Fleishman, Barry M. , 191 Fie ischman, Jerry E, , 93, 178 Fleishman, Barbara F. , 94, 144 Fleishman, Marcie J. , 171 Fhnk, Edward A. , 176 Flink, John Evert, 195 Flodin, Ralph Carl, 83, 91, 185 Flowers. Christine L. , 144 Flcyd, Steven. 86 Footitt, Richard A. . 181 Ford, Judith A. , 144 Foreman, Jack Andrew, 183 Forgan, Pamela N. , 144 Forman, Marc Stewart, 194 Forsberg, Theodore J. , 93, 114, 144, 215 Forst, Laura, 81 Fortuna, Nicholus, 176 Fortunate, Nikki D, , 176 Foster, David T, , 178 Foster,Joanne E. , 170, 172 Fox, Lym Rae, 173 Frank, Barry M. , 173 Franklin, Janis K. , 176 Franklin, Susan L. , 145 Franks, George J, , 176 Franks, Sunnie Lynn, 86, 192 Frantell, Noelle T. , 181 Franz, Carl John, 86, 186 Fray.Karin L, ,96, 175 Frazin. Betty S, , 77, 94, 104, 180 Freda, Dina Ann. 199 Freda, Gerald P, , 194 Fredrickson, Lin M. , 96, 103, 136, 145 Fredson, Michelle I, , 106, 177 Freed, Andrea M. , 145 Freed, Ellyn Lu, 81. 173 Freedberg, Lynne S, , 145 Freedman, Brenna S. , 187 Freehill, Michael. 185 Freedman, Gail M. . 106, 125, 136, 145 Freel, Lloyd David, 85, 87 Freeman. Arlene L. , 175 Freeman, Barbara E. , 88, 103, 145 French, Carol Ann, 81, 82, 87, 187 Freschke, Alice Ann, 22, 86, 193 Freske,Lana Rae, 187 Freud, Edward Peter, 197 Friberg, Annette, 195 Friduss, Judith Sue, 193 Fried, Miriam G. , 174 Frieden, Terry E. , 179 Friedewald, Mary L. , 181 Friedewald, Robert, 187 Friedewald, Thomas, 181 Friedman, Arthur H, , 88, 176 Friedman, Barry G, , 191 Friedman, Charles E. , 181, 215 Friedman, Diane, 82, 83, 179 Friedman, Gary B, , 145 Friedman, Linda B. , 100, 188 Friedman, Linda Lee, 192 Friedman, Steven Jay, 193 Friedman, Terri N, , 177 Friedner, Bonnie L. , 95 Frisk, Susan Nina, 95, 171 Fritz, George H. , 172 Fritz. Lianne K. , 195 Fryksdale, Karen N. , 184 Fydrych, Ida M. , 189 Fujiye. Leslie. 145 Fuka, Karen C. , 145 Fung, Matthew Ken, 197 Futransky, James A. , 145, 207 Gaan, Gary A. , 145 Gabel, Charles, 189 Gabriel, Amelia A, , 82, 83, 145 Gagne, Henry James, 97, 175 Gale, Marsha Anne, 86, 197 Gallen, Elisabeth D. . 83, 145 Gailuzzo, Gary Wayne, 196 Galowitch, Pamela D. , 195 Galowitch, Wemer J. , 145 Gano, Terry L. , 186 Garbo, Linda Ann, 100, 182 Gardner, Thomas, 144 Garen, Kenneth Bruce, 202 Garfield, Frances J, , 97, 145 Garlin, Barry R, , 171 Garoon, Glenn, 196 Gassman, Rita Jay, 194 Gates, Douglas L. , 199 Gaule, Alan S, , 145 Gauthier, Richard D. , 198 Gaynon, Paul Samuel, 185 Gehrke,Jerr - Allen. 186 Geist, David Michael, 183,204 Geist,Fred F, , 145 Gelder, Michael A. , 89 Gelfand, Barry Scon, 86, 182,215 Geller, Martin I. , 85 Geni, Lawrence Ryan, 184 Gerber, Bmce,205,219 Germain, Judith A. , 176 Gerow, Alan Gilbert, 174 Gershun, Linda E., 179 Gersten. Jeffrey. 219 Gertenrich, Robert 171 Gervais. Michael J. . 198 Getsla, Karen Jean. 89, 145 Giacinto, Charles E. , 192 Giacinto, Sharon Lou, 177 Gibson, Colleen T. , 182 Gilbert, Barry Lee, 83, 88, 172 Gilbert, Elynne S, , 89, 197 Gilbert Susan, 177 Gill, Raymond Joseph, 85, 181 Gillengerten, Helen, 198 Gillman, Robert A, , 171, 218 Index Gilluly.John Kevin, 103, 180, 187,205 Gilman, Janis AUyn, 185 Ginsburgh, Steven, 187 Ginter, Karen Lois, 84, 196 Giuntoli, Philip A. , 100, 181 Glade, Cathy L. , 173 Glantz.Joel Howard, 103, 188 Glass, Bomie Ellen, 145 Glass, Myrna Joy, 146 Glass, Siiaron Ava, 193 Glassberg, Joan B. , 20, 94, 178 Glenn, Marilyn M. , 146 Glick.Sheri Anne, 181, 184 Glickmar Monica Sue, 191 Glickston, Ellen M, , 196 Gliem, Judith Ellen 28, 146 Goch, Diane R. , 88, 92, 146 Godeniann, Ellen, 177 Godemann, Nancy Lee, 199 Godemann, Ste e, 146 Goebelt, Linda J. , 136, 146 Goeltenbodt, Lynette, 192 Goetz, Elizabeth, 103, 180, 189 Goetzke, Bonnie Jean, 198 Goetzke, David A. , 172 Gold, Barry, 179,218,219 Gold, Claire Ellen, 179 Gold, Karen Sue, 106, 182 Gold, Lauren D. , 179 Gold, Steven Louis, 173, 176 Goldberg, Alan J. , 80, 194 Goldberg, Ann B. , 195 Goldberg, Bobbi Lynn, 89, 191 Goldberg, David, 146 Goldberg, Edrea S. , 81, 82, 87, 182 Goldberg, Gary N. , 192 Goldberg, George M. , 146 Goldberg, Harlan F. , 179,212 Goldberg, Neal, 183 Goldber g, Ralph E., 199 Goldberg, Susan L. , 87, 172 Goldblatt, Cheryl J. , 175 Golden, Judd Aldra, 22, 194 Goldenberg, Joseph A., 146 Goldenberg, Robert A. , 197 Goldfarb,Iris D. , 80, 178 Goldfine, Marsha L. , 196 Goldf us, Harold D. , 199 Goldfeder, Janice E. , 78, 83, 88, 146 Goldman, Gary R. , 146 Goldman, Uene J. , 89, 170, 176 Goldman, Robert C. , 99, 191 Goldman, Steven M. , 193 Goldner, Donna, 171 Goldner, Sheldon B. , 146 Goldstein, Barry S. , 195 Goldstein, Donna Lee, 146 Goldstein, Elyse, 77, 174 Goldstein, Mark L. , 170, 175 Goldstein, Maria Ann, 193 Goldstein, Robert H. , 173, 204 Gomberg, Roberta C. , 194 Goode, Donald B , 193 Goodman, Gerald M, ,29 Goodman, Nanette Sue, 193 Goodman, Robert, 185 Gordon, Gail F. , 76, 84, 85, 115, 146 Gordon, Janice D. , 89, 193 Gordon, Jonathan Ben, 193 Gordon, Lane, 194 Gordon, Murray Lee, 84, 85, 87, 185 Gordon, Robert T. , 89, 195 Gordon, Yale Michael, 196 Goren, Gail S. , 179 Gorgosz, Gregory E, , 183 Gorman, Brent Ellis Gornstein, Shaya, 140, 171 Gorsky, Jerrold M. , 146 Goss, Harriet Beth, 79, 146 Gottlred, Robert B. , 192 Gottlieb, Janet M. , 193 Gould, Robert J. , 146 Goundas, Rita, 179 Gracen, Todd Lee, 146 Gradman, Sidney B. , 146 Graff, Jeffrey D. ,91, 177 Graf man, Jeff Steven, 196 Grafman, Mary Stewar, 146 Graham, Janice L. , 81, 86, 192 Graham, Kenneth, 147 Graham, Lynne Ruth, 76, 79, 171 Grauman, Nancy Ellen, 81, 104, 176 Gray, Kathleen Susan, 83, 122, 147 Gray, Patricia, 81, 188 Grayson, Lea Ann, 191 Green, David Alan, 196 Green, Gary Elliott, 199 Green, Lawrence A. , 195 Green, LindenR. , 195 Greenberg, Albert B. , 197 Greenberg, Denise M. , 76, 147 Greenberg, Jeffrey S. , 182 Greenberg, Steve G. , 100, 191 Greene, Carin Sue, 181 Greene, Debra Susan, 194 Greene, Myles Rodney, 117 Greene, Robert S. , 175 Greenfield, Richard, 177 Greenman, Herbert A. , 100, 173, 207 Greenman, Steven B. , 175 Greenenwald, William, 187 Greenwald, Susan R. , 147 Gregory, Sandra Lynn, 86, 191 Griffiths, Nancy S. , 147 Grigg, Susan L. , 88, 147 Grim, Stana Ann, 94, 186 Grizzell, Nancy Anne, 188 Grobman, Carol Lynn, 187 Groh, Gary L. , 181 Grossman, Alana Beth, 193 Grossman, Barry Gene, 174 Grossman, Bruce T. , 147 Grossman, Larry S. , 197 Cuba, Alex, 93, 147,207 Guenther, Gary Louis, 196 Guenther, James E., 147 Guenther, Timothy R. , 179 Guess, Dennis C. , 174 Guinand, Linda S. , 147, 125 Guntlier, Sliaron L. , 173 Gussis, Alan H. , 193 Gussis, Lloyd E. , 82, 95, 98, 178, 208 Guth, Gregory James, 177 Gutschick, Robert R. , 193 Gutschick, Robert R. , 193 Gutsmiedl, Bob, 176 Gyure, Clark B. , 198 Habler, Sandra A., 195 Hack, Tiiomas Gerald, 181 Hackin, Arthur, 188 Haffner, Martha Jean, 86, 196 Hagemann, Diane Lynn, 86, 197 Hagen, Edwin John 147 Hagen, Joini Frank, 192 Hagen, Mary Carol, 170, 177 Hagimihalis, Maria, 186 Haigh, Charles T. , 184 Hain, Paul Richard, 125, 147, 185 Hain, Tliomas John, 95, 176 Hajduk, Christine, 175 Hallman, Barbara A. , 177 Hallmann, Elmer J. , 147 Halpern, Rita L. , 173 Halpern, Ronild J. , 189 Halpert, Scott D. , 147 Halpert, Syril Lynn, 197 Haltemari Deborah L. , 86, 94, 198 Halverson, Earl F. , 85, 93 Hammerberg, Sally, 171 Hammond, Rosemarie, 186 Hanks, Monroe James, 192 Hanlon, Ronald Dwyer, 182 Hanlon, William J. , 187 Hansen, Michael G. , 84, 85, 87, 124, 125, 147 Hansen, Sheryl, 84 Hansen, Thomas G. , 147 Hanson, James Robert, 191 Hanson, Katherine L. , 125, 147 Hanstrom, Thomas D. , 177 Hara, Steven S. , 182 Harms, Eileen I. , 104, 175 Harmsen, Kurt W. , 195 Haroldson, James A. , 147 Haroldson, Ralph A. , 183 Harris, Gaye K. , 174 Harris, Jane Sydney, 196 Harris, Janis L. , 179 Harris, Mark R. , 83, 91, 173 Harris, Patricia Y. , 192 Harris, Sherwin, 147 Harrison, Jack A. , 185 Harrman.John Walter, 185 Hartenfeld, Nancy L. , 186 Hartman, Howard R. , 177 Hartman, Lona A, , 82, 83, 179 Harvey, Roger W. , 85, 87, 97, 179 Harvis, Martha S. , 88, 94, 170, 178 Hasenberg, Larry E. , 91 Haskin, Robert Lee, 184 Hastman, Lee Allen, 147 Hawkins, John Albert, 86, 192 Hawkins, Virginia R. , 34, 95, 103, 105, 147 Hawley, Howard R. , 29, 147 Hayes, Thomas L. , 176 Hazell, Marilynn, 87 Head, Cliristopher C. , 193 Head, Michael J. , 88, 148 Hedstrom, Wayne R. , 196 Heftman, Lila Sue, 81, 180 Hehn, Cheryl Lynn, 177 Hehn, Steven Ronald, 182 Heilbron, David S. , 181 Heme, William, 91, 93, 187 Heinrich, Edward N. , 86, 198 Heitman, Kathryn M. , 197 Heinz, John M. , 30, 83, 148 Hclford, Lynne Meryl, 193 Helford, Paul Qu. , 175, 207 Helland, Suelen. 192 Heller, Frances, 148 Heller, Richard H. , 83, 176, 178 Helmers, Ray August, 185 Helmets, Ronald L. , 195 Hemmelstein, Marcie, 199 Henning, James M. , 187 Henning, Randy Neal, 148 Henningsen, Cheryl, 148 Henrichs, Donald J, , 187 Henrichs, Donna Jean, 181 Henrichs, Lyrmette M. , 148 Henricks, Robert A. , 86, 191 Henricks, William H. , 148 Henrotte, Marie A. , 198 Hepburn, Sandra Sue, 22, 176 Heppner, Amy Lou, 148 Herbert, Betty Jane, 103, 148 Herbert, William T. , 197 Herbon.Jill K. , 181 Herbon, Kim Howard, 148 Herbst, Joan M. , 148 Herbstman, Arnold, 188 Herdrich, Wilhelmina, 197 Herman, Richard H. , 125, 148 Herman, Tori S. , 194 Herrmann, Jerilyn G. , 102, 184 Herrmann, Ronald L. , 85, 171 Hertzberg,Joan F. ,22, 192 Hertzbetg, Stuart J. , 95, 148, 208 Heuberger, Diane L. , 178 Heuberger, Michael A. , 189 Heun, Roger Jor 148 Hexom, Stanley David, 86 Heyer, Barbara M, , 148 Hidaka, Candyce E. , 84, 93, 179 Hilbert, Michael J. , 174, 204 Hildebrand, Craig A. , 186 Hildebrand.Fred W. , 148 Hildebraidt, Ed, 172 Hilfman, Merle, 83, 88, 148 Hill, David, 136, 148,215 Hill, Sharon Jean, 195 Hill, Susan Ellen, 176 Hillberg, Susan M. , 182 Hinkle, Alan R. , 171 Hinkle, Charles E. , 195, 207 Hintz, Paulette, 182 Hirsch, Barbara Ann, 104, 192 Hirsch, Bernard, 91, 183 Hirsch, Donna Joy, 88, 185 Hirsch, Jeffrey Lee, 197 Hirshman, Gary, 94, 97, 197 Hirschtick, Daniel B. , 186,204 Hirschtick, Steven R. ,21, 136, 148 Hirschtick, Susan K. , 197 Hite, Maria Lee, 87 Hlady, Brian Wayne, 183 Hlady, Joyce D. , 105, 148 Hoag, Bruce C. , 149 Hobbs, Kim Susan, 89, 149 Hobbs, Michael C. , 172 Hodges, William F. , 172 Hoelbl, Carol Chris, 194 Hoeper, Lore M. , 149 Hoffberg,Josepline,88, 103, 177, 179 Hoffberg, Wendy M. , 184 Hoffing, Ellen L. , 173 Hoffman, James L. , 83, 193 Hoffmanr Ellen L. , 149 Hogan, Chris J., 86, 199 Hoglund, Janet A. , 178 Hoheisel, Randy L., 179, 207 Hoheisel, Sharon S. ,93, 149 Hohs, William P. Jr. , 82, 95, 99, 112, 114, 149,202,208 Holder, Larry Alan, 193 Holland, Bonnie E. , 87, 88, 89, 182 HoUey, Michael F. , 173 Holmboe, Roy Stewart, 192 Holtzman, Fred L. , 199 Holtzman, Jeff, 176 Hone man, Edward J. , 204 Honnet, Elizabeth A. , 78, 149 Hook, Carol Lynn, 179 Hook, Charles B, , 149 Hoppe, Linda Louise, 197 Hopper, Jeffrey A. , 187,205 Hopps, Beverly M. , 185 Horban, Rojenne Dee, 187 Horn, Lawrence A. , 196 Horowitz, Mark R. , 180, 186 Horowitz, Trudye R. , 35, 172 Horvat, Gary George, 86, 191 Horwitz,Judd Robert, 89, 198 Horwitz, Phyllis Ann, 199 Horwitz, Steven D. , 91, 93, 170, 172 Howard, Allan J. , 173 Host, Ray, 149 Hrynkow, Linda L. , 175 Hulteen, Linda Kay, 21, 79, 96, 122, 170 178 Hulteen, Stanford E. , 199 Huels, John Brian, 181, 187 Hunter, Diane E. , 176 Hunter, Linda M. , 196 Hunter, William G. , 149 Husar, Robert A. , 192 Huscher, Frederick T. , 181 Huster, Barbara L. , 96, 195 Huster, Juliann M. , 96, 188 Hutchings, Nancy Sue, 184 lUian, Barbara Jean, 96, 104, 171 Imhof, Carol Ann, 189 Immergluck, Rona, 76, 179 Ingram, Barbara S. , 149 Isaacs, Melinda Sue, 180 Isaacson, Robert P. , 176 Isaacson, Susan Lee, 193 Isoe, Linda Diana, 192 Iverson, Annette L. , 26, 149 Iverson, Lana, 96, 105, 179 I epson, Walter G. , 149 Izbicky, Michael J. , 91, 93, 175 Jackson, George W. , 149 Jackson, Richard D. , 198 Jacob, Susan B. , 172 Jacobs, Eugene, 93, 170, 173 Jacobs, Laurie Alan, 83, 180, 191 Jacobs, Sharon, 83, 149 Jacobson, Blythe A. , 180, 199 Jacobson, Janis Rae, 185 Jacobson, Mark Lynn, 195 Jaeger, Jerry John, 149 Jaeger, Joseph, 192, 195 Jaeger, Thomas W. , 194 Jaffe,Hallie S. , 182 Jagger, Judith Gail, 94, 183 Jahnke, Beverly M. , 191 Janek, James M, , 147 Janse, Gloria Jo, 82, 87, 185 Janse, Julie Ann, 103, 149 Janus, Walter John, 149 Jennetten, Steve C. , 197 Jensen, Betty Carol, 86, 195 Jersky, Andrea B. , 186 Jetter, Paul Edward, 183 Jobst, Don George, 173 Johanson, Alice Sue, 105, 171, 173 Johnopolos, Patrick, 197 Johnson, Barbara Ann, 86, 195 Johnson, Barbara L. , 82, 83, 149 Joiinson, Carolyn S. , 82, 176 Johnson, Dermis C. , 197 Johnson, Forrest, 188 Johnson, James R. , 149 Johnson, John R. , 83, 103, 184 Johnson, James Wm. , ISO Johnson, Judy Anne, 102, 172 Johnson, Karen L. , 77, 87 Johnson, Kehneth G. , 103, ISO, 2 12 Johnson, Leslie, 79, 193 Johnson, Lynn A. , 95, 150 Johnson, Marcia L. , 100, 199 Johnson, Raymond K. , 199 Johnson, Ricliard, 175 Johnson, Robert A. , 182 Johnson, Roger Brent, 193 Johnson, Ronald K. , 195 Johnson, Sandra Kay, 193 Johnson, Scott Alan, 194 Johnson, Sonja M. , 150 Johnston Sharon Arm, 150 Jordan, Eunice L. , 171 Joseph, Linda Sharon, 194 Jung, Wayne D. , 174 Jvarsky, Mary Jean, 197 Kaage, Roger C. , 97, 150 Kacin, Cliristie Lee, 191 Kadetz, Saralee, 181 Kadrzynski, Richard, 182 Kadrzynski, Krista L. , 150 Kalian, Charles S. , 196 Kahn, Madelon, 150 Kahn, Paula, 180, 192 Kalish, Rutliann, 150 Kallliauge, Mary E. , 187 Kallison, Bonnie, 191 Kallison, Jerry, 150 Kalman, Ronna, 85, 181 Kalmis, Gail M. ,81, 177 Index Kaluzna, Marlene S. , 150 Kaluzna, Scott, Alan. 101, 179 Kamhi, Sherry ' R. , 175, 187 Kaminsky, Ellen F. , 174 Kandell, Annette, 93, 187 Kane, Ruth Lynn, 177 Kaniuk, Marlene Fait, 90, 100, 193 Kanter, Lynn R. , 173 Kaplan, Arlene T. , 88, 116, 170, 175 Kaplan, Eileen A. , 89, 198 Kaplan, Jay M. , S3, 91, 93, 179 Kaplan, Mark I. , 181 Kaplan, Richard D. , 199 Kaplan, Robert Paul, 150 Kaplan, Ross Ira, 193 Kaplan, Susan B. , 20, 150 Kaplan, Suzanne E , 103, ISO Kapuscinski, Gerald, 195 Karch, Nancy J. , 79, 174 Karhan, Bonny Lee, 175 Kariotis, Barbara, 150 Karl, Richard J. , 178 Karlesky, Dolores M. , 192 Karlesky, Roger, 176 Karlesky, Virginia, 188 Karlin, Allan Norman, 88, 98, 136, 150 Karlin, Beth Lynn, 191 Karnes, Malvin Alan, 186 Karoff, Susan D. , 77, 150 Karp, Trudy Hope, S3, 150 Karpman, Ronald S. , 84, 85, 125 Karr, Thomas John, 97 Kasallis, James A. , 184 Katsoolias, Elaine M, , 189 Katsoulis, Thomas J. , 177 Katz, Betli M. , 103, 197 Katz, David, 95, 150,202 Katz, Dean Z. , 151,208 Katz, Howard Michael, 103 Katz, Norman William, 89, 188 Katz, Robert Sanford, 103, 182,212 Katz, Ivy Rae, 199 Katz, Sherrie P. , 96, 179 Katz, Stuart Marc, 86, 194,219 Katznelson, Craig S. , 173 Katznelson, Terri G. , 87, 124, 1S2 Kaufer, Stuart David, 92, 193 Kaufman, Gale C. , 91, 181 Kaufman, Andrea S. , 178 Kaufman, Susan, 198 Kauffman, Nancy L. , 22, 93, 1S3 Kaufman, Bruce H. , 185, 212 Haufman, Robert H. , 186 Kaye, Robert Michael, 183 Kazelak, Robert E. , 184 Keefer, Carolyn Lynn, 176 Keefer, Robert A. , 173 Keene, Ivy Sheryle, 94, 123 Keker, Edward Adam, 194 Keller, Lester Allan, 84, 85, 87, 151 Keltsch, Bernhard E. , 176 Kemnitz, James Craig, 197 Kemp, Carol N. , 87 Kempf, Stephen W. , 85, 86 Kenney, Kerry B. , 83, 97, 103, 175, 125 Kenny, Patricia M. , 28, 171 Kerman, Janice, 88, 1S2 Kerstetter, Juda A. , 100, 151 Kessel, Linda Ellen, 103, 151 Keuper, Arlene Ann, 93, 178 Kierstein, Rosemary, 177 Kihlberg, Valerie B. , 181 Kilcullen, Edward J., 172 KilcuUen, Shirley A., 173 Killey, Lyle Sanford, 83, 205 Killackey, James, 151 Kimura, Stanley T. , 86, 195 Kinowski, Margaret V. , 151 Kintzel, Dennis W. , 179 Kipnis, Mark S. , 100, 178 Kipp, Gail Ann, 81, 187 Kirk, Carol Sue. 151 Kirk, SherreeLee, 185 Kirke, James David, 86, 191 Kirke, Thomas, 91, 187 Kirshman, Michele D. , 178 Kirste, Donald Henry, 197 Kiszely, Gary A. , 94, 125, 151 Kitsos, Robert H. , 78, 151 Kittredge, Dennis M., 196 Kitz, Marjorie Ann, 187 Klann, Sharon Rose, 183 Klatch, Linda Beth, 81,96, 171 Klaveter,Joan Lee, 106, 172 Klaveter, Kermeth, 181 Kleiman.Gary Alan, 90, 192 Klein, Charmaine A. , 86, 151 Klein, Christine A. , 191 Klein, Gloria Jean, 195 Klein, Judith A., 198 Klein, Mike Scott, 180, 181 Kleinzweig, Regina, 191 Kleinzweig, Robert M. , 151 Klemmer, John T. , 151 Kletnick, Robert A. , 171 Kliphardt, Janis R. , 34, 83, 88, 92, 101, 112, 114 Kliphardt, Judith, 96, 170, 174 Klipowicz, Donald J. , 151 Klcpp, Gar ' David, 86 Klouthis, Mary Jean, 184 Kluegel, Barbara J. , 197 Kluge, Donna Lynn, 189 Kluge, Jon Allen, 151 Klyman, Linda G. , 21, 35, 151 Knochelmann, Nancy, 95, 176 Knutson, Paul Wayne, 186 Koch, Betty Ann, 151 Koch, Richard H., 172,212 Kochevar, Michael, 16, 196 Koehler, Andrea, 151 Koehler, David A. ,87 Koehler, Deborah Ann, 82, 182 Koenig, Leonard S. , 171 Koenig, Steven Mark, 197 Kolin, James Donald, 97, 151 Kolakowski, Judy C. , 179 Kolodny, Linda Ellen, 199 Kolodzik, Gary W. , 80 Komiss, Karon Lee, 175 Koniecki, Deborah R. , 182, 1S3 Konopka, Elizabeth J. , 35, 79, 82, 83, 100, 122, 178 Koppman, Ronald Gary, 199 Koprinik, Dale L. , 172 Koral, Kimberly K. , 83, 89 Koran, Louisette Ann, 86, 183 Koran, Richard Anton, 196 Kornbluth, David A. , 185 Kornelly, James S. , 86, 199 Kosmel, Perleene M, , 184 Kotin, Suzanne Nancy, 195 Kottmeier, Anthony M. , 172, 204 Kouba, Leslie Ellen, 180 Kovac, Ruth Ann, 194 Kovalsky, Adrian, 94, 183 Kowitt, Justin S. , 171 Kozdron, Ellen Marie, 199 Kozdron, Kenneth E. , 184 Koziol, Charles J. , 176 Koznarski, Joann D. , 151 Kraemer, Charles C, 32, 172 Kraemer,Jean Ann, 102 Kramer, Randall C. , 198 Kraitsil;, Micliael J. , 199 Kramarczyk, Barbara, 152 Kramer, Terry Anne, 179 Kranz, Carol A. , 35, 171 Krasner, Lawrence H. , 193 Krasner, Robert, 173 Krasny, Steven Lee, 103, 181 Kraus, Harene Zay Kraus, Todd Roy, 199 Krause, Ila J. , 96, 100, 171 Krause, Gregory, 179 Krause, Kenneth E. , 198 Kravitz, Irving B. , 152 Kreegier, Kathleen B. , 1S7 Kreiter, Fredric, 95, 108, 177, 208 Kreiter, Mitchell D. , 185 Kreiter, Sheryl R. , 18, 152 Kretschmar, Carol H. , 151 Kricke, Roger Daniel, 187 Kristof,Jack A. , 115, 152, 202 Kriz, Judith, 152 Krok,Darlene Ann, 194 Krolik, Daniel Gary, 89, 192 Kroll, Daniel Frank, 186 Kromelow, Susan Dale, 186 Krone, KarynSue, 106, 124, 188 Krooth, Bonnie A, , 77, 152 Krupnik, Michael I. , 91, 93, 175 Krupnik, Susan B. , 197 Kruschka, Robert R. , 177 Kruse, Candace Joy, 86, 199 Kruse, Robert Louis, 198 Kudla, Linda Mary, 189 Kuechenmeister, Fred, 116, 152 Kuehn, Donald H. , 152,215 Kuffer, Janet Ruth, 84, 85, 152 Kuhl, Penny Lynn, 195 Kuhn, Ann C. , Kuhn, Barbara Louise, S9, 93, 176 Kuhn, Beverly Ann, 191 Kuhn, Karla Marie, 103, 104, 194 Kuhnle, William J. , 194 Kuhr, Kathe, 172 Kuhr, Peter O, , 186,219 Kuklin, Stephen N., 136, 152,207 Kummerow, Walter, 95,99, 152,202,215 Kunce, Peggy Ann, 196 Kurlan,Joan Debra, 199 Kurr, Antiiony John, 191 Kurti.Jill Sue, 79, 173 Kushner, Mark R. , 93, 173 Kushner, Terry K. , 192 Kwasniak, Joseph T. , 152 Labay, Sherry Marie, 182 Lach, Kathleen A. , 80, 152 Laff,Ned Scott, 195 La Fontaine, Bonnie, 182 Lain, Russell, Allen, 152,215 Lalanda, James M. , 174 Laloggia, Diane C. , 183 Lambert, Penny M. , 175 Lamberty, Maureen P., 86, 195 Lamberty, Robert A , 152 Landberg, Ingrid J . , 152 Landberg, Judith Ann, 93, 199 Lande, Steven E. , 197 Landerholm, Linda L. ,21, 152 Landerman, Allen, 99 Landes, Ronald G., 152 Landsman, Rhonda S. , 86, 194 Lang, Carol Susan, 86, 194 Lange, Doris, 152 Lange, John Harvey, 89, 183 Lange, Patricia, 195 Lange, Reinliardt J. , 182 Langer, Sally Jean, 153 Lantz, Kenneth G. , 1S4 Lapins, Andrea P. , 86, 89, 104, 197 La Roussa, Robert M. , 179 Laroy, Gerald A. , 178 Larson, Karen C. , 153 Larson, Kenneth M. , 179 Lasser, Shelley, 178 Latz, Paula Anne, 191 Lauer, Dennis M. , 177,212 Lauer,John, 198 Lauer, Michael H. , 90, 198 Lauerman, Christell, 177 Laughlin, Linda L. , 153 La Vay, Patricia Ann, 102, 171 Lavin, Jonathan F. , 182, 204 Lawrence, Linda Fern, 81, 94, 181 Lazar, Debbie Joy, 199 Leapley, Diana Carol, 84, 94, 102 Lear, Judith Kay, 153 Leavitt, Ira David, 187 Leavitt, William F. , 1S5 Lebovitz, Jack W. , 197 Leek, Elaine, Louise, 175 Le Due, Jim Louis, 173 Ledyard, Richard F. , 153 Lee, Barbara Ellen, 106, 153 Lee, Linda R. , 28, 153 Lee Melissa M. , 1S2 Lee, Richard Alan, 195 Lee, Robert B. , 95, 195 Lee, Steven Jack, 95, 99, 153,215 Lees, James J. , 83, 179 Lees, Richard L. , 187, 219 Le Febure, Marlene, 175 Leffingwell, Bruce, 153 Lehr, Jackie Maureen, 87, 187 Leichtenberg, Ed, 191 Leichtenberg, Robert, 172 Leick, Sue F. , 174 Lein, Karen Judy, 88, 88, 186 Lemieux, Laiuence S., 186 Lemke, Gayle Lynn, 188 Lencho, Keith Jon, 85, 175 Lenell, Meredith, 77, 88, 96, 179 Lenzen, Cheryl D. , 198 Lenzen, Glenn H. , Jr. , 178 Lepp, Linda Carol, 191 Lerman, Helen Susan, 93 Lemer, Henry, ISO Lerner, Jeffrey M., 153,215 Lemer, Sue Ellen, 93, 124, 182 Lemer, Susan J. , 88, 178 Lesser, Barbara Jean, 176 Le Tourneau, Judith, 153 Leusch, Donna Rae, SI, 182 Lev Abraham Y. , 95, 153 Leventlial, Juditli A. , 183 Levenfeld, Scott, 153 Levin, Charles H. , 192 Levin, Helen T., SI, 184 Levin, Judy S. , 176 Levin, Linda Maxine, 82, 86, 197 Levin, Ned Allan, 186 Levin, Richard, 103, 183,212 Levin, Robert E. , 95, 98, 171, 202, 208 Levin, Ronald Howard, 193 Levin, Shenvin W. , 153 Levin, Stanton M. , 153 Levin, Steven David, 175 Levin, Stuart Alan, 88, 153 Levine, Amy L. , 79, 83, 88, 1 16, 153 Levine, Barry, 86, 196 Levine, David Jay, 180, 199 Levine, Maria, 153 Levine, Michael J. , 174 Levitt, Barry R. , 182 Levitt, Nancy Joan, 153 Levy, Diane, 79, 88, 170, 178 Levy, Linda Ruth, 184 Levy, Stewart I. , 153 Lewin, Maria Dale, ISO Lewis, Anthony H. , 154 Lewis, Susan E. , 180 Liano, Anthony D. , 136, 172 Liano, Ben John, 193 Liberti, Samuel J. , 152 Libkin, Gary Lee, 89, 196 Libman, Paul S., 176 Lichtenstein, Linda, 154 Lichtenstein, Susan, 94, 181 Lieberman, Mark C. , 198 Lieberman, Paula R. , 186 Lieberman, Rita D. , 177 Lieberman, Sharon S. , 81, SC 89, 198 Liebling, Janice K. ,92, 154 Liesse.Cherie Julia, 102, 187 Lindahl, David James, 185 Lindberg, Martha N. , 82, 93, 122, 170 Lindemann, Judy C. , 185 Lindemann, Peggy Ann, 187 Linder, Charles E. , 179 Linder, George W. , 80, 199 Linick, Charlene H. , 154 Linick, Michael Dale, 187 Linn, Edward Arthur, 198 Linn, Edward Sheldon, 191 Lipman, Douglas B. , 79, SS, 100, 154, 2 15 Lisafeld, James L. , 199 Liss, Steven Mark, 186, 191 Lisser, Rita, 125, 136 List, Michael W. , 86, 194 Liveris, Randy G. , 175,212 Livesay, Sandra, 184 Lloyd, Linda Carol, 88, 188 Lockwood, Gail Lyrme, 184 Loeppert, James E. , 86, 191 Loew, Douglas Mark, 189 Long, Carol Jean, 94, 96, 1 15, 154, 136 Lood, Brent Douglas, 1S5 Lood, Linda, 171 Losher, Lorene F. , 154 Lotz, Robert J. , 123, 125, 154 Loudy.Jill Karen, 182 Louthan, Linda L. , 195 Lovering, F. Alan, 184 Lowe, Constance E. , 154 Lowy, Janis Beth, 154 Loynd, Donna J. , 179 Luber, Daniel Nathan, 182, 215 Lubin, Lisa Joyce, 81, 154 Lucary, Gary F. , 176 Lucas, Ivlichael L. , 172 Lucas, Sandra Carol, 87, 89, 94, 185 Lucia, Angela, 193 Luckenbach, Lita M. , 196 Lundgren, John S. , 218 Lundgren, Robert R. , 185 Lundquist, Barbara, 172 Luscombe, Jack D.Jr. , 205 Lustig, Alynne Jan, 94, 199 Lutz, Michael Jay, 193 Lynch, Elizabeth A. , 87 Lyon, Daniel Roger, 184,204 Lyon, Wendy Beth, 193 McArdle,Jolm E. , 173 Mcardle, Pamela, 194 McAvoy, Daniel W. , 197 McCabe, Linda Jean, 192 Mc Cann, Sharon K. , 178 Mc Carty, John J., 177 Mc Comb, Terrence L. , 154 Mc Conaughy, David, 175 Mc Conaughy, Steven, 154 Mc Cracken, Mary Ann, 176 Mc Kay, James Craig, 182,204 Mc Kenzie, John W ' . , 184 Mc Lin, Janice Helen, 96, 171 McMulIen, Raejean, ISl Mc Ninch, Linda K. , 174 Maca, Christine, 172 Mac Corkle, Marilynn, 17), 171 Mackey, Phillip Dana, 196 Mac Innes, Christ ' , 81, 187 Macek, Barbara Ann, 182 Mader, Sandra Kay, 82, 87, 185 Madden, William R. , 195 Magner, Kathleen A. , 179 Magnuson, Betty L. , 35, 179 Maher, Maureen F. , 154 Maizell, Adrienne G., 173 223 Index Majestic, Diane E. , 76, 154 Majestic, Ronald D. , 196 Malone, Patrida M. , 154 Malone, Ronald James, 173 Maltz, Laura, 87, 176 Mandelbaum, Adria T. , 199 Mangurten, Howard S. , 187 Mann, Cheryl A. , 192 Mann, Linda Lee, 194 Mann, Susan E. , 94, 154 Manna, Carole J. , 154 Manna, Robert Frank, 186,219 Margolin, Gayla, 192 Markin, Patricia Joy, 94, 192 Marino, Stephen F. , 154, 202 Marko, Frederic Earl, 188 Marks, Christopher, 155, 204 Marks, Penny Beth, 155 Maro, Eugene Edgar, 199,219 Maro, Marsha K. , 85, 172 Marquardt, Lorel, 189 Marsh, Mary E. , 86, 186 Marshak, Dennis T. , 86, 192 Marr, Allison, 186 Martin, Boma M. , 155 Marsliall, Norine, 173 Martin, Elizabeth L. , 198 Martin, Siieri Lynn, 193 Martindale, Michael, 86, 97, 198 Martorano, Anthony C. , 81, 194 Martorano, Michael H. , 178 Marz, Paula A. , 93, 183 Masaraccliia, Virgin!, 197 Masek, Eva Liya, 125, 174 Maselli, Stephen A. , 155 Maslovitz, David Max, 192 Masover, Lynne J. ,92, 155 Massarsky, Esther S. , 185 Massey, Richard D. , 194 Masten, Glenn E. , 95, 155, 2 15 Matayka, Gerald, 155 Matthew, Kenneth S. , 186 Mattingly, Thomas E. , 97, 155 Matzkin, Terry, 174,204 Mau,April Lynn, 82, 83, 136, 155 Maul, Roger Allan, 178 May, Andrew Geoffrey, 84 Mazzeffi, John A. , 177 Mead, Margaret Ann, 177 Mecli, Ann Bernadette, 181 Mech, James R. , 199 Mechla, Catherine M. , 199 Medak, Rutli E. , 79, 82, 93, 177 Meier, Diane Mary, 195 Meier, Linda Louise, 197 Meikle, Howard Craig, 199 Meikle, Stewart Robt. , 188 Meinke, James E. , 173 Melamed, Linda B. , 155 Melichar, Pamela J. , 93, 177 Melman, Bruce Paul. 185 Melzer, Sally Ann, 26, 155 Menachof, Mera Sue, 195 Menaker, Ellen Sue, 173 Menconi, Robert P. , 186 Mendoza, Steven H. , 183 Menkin, Judith Ann, 88, 184 Mermerl, Scott J,, 84, 85, 155 Merrill, David A,, 88, 155 Merriman, William G, .85, 170, 173 Messer, Lyni Carole, 188 Messerschmitt, Glenn, 103, 179,212 Mester, Kathryn A. , 189 Meszaros, Gary A. , 84, 85, 93, 155 Metier, Mary Frances, 93, 104 Metier, Sharon Ann, 193 Metnick, Bonnie Joy, 195 Metnick, Larry H. ,32, 155,218,219 Metrick, Syndi, 175 Meyer, Bruce Ei-win, 172, 218 Meyer, Carolyn Lynn, 182 Meyer, Robert Alan, 98, 103, 170, 174, 212 Meyer, Sharon L. , 175 Meyer, Steven A. , 178 Mich, Caren A. , 155 Michael, Stephen C. , 86 Mielke, William D. , 197 Mikula, Philip J. , 176 Milanowski, Darlene , 187 Miles, Laurie Susan, 107, 196 Milioto, Kathleen M. , 196 Miller, Douglas D . , 85, 17 1 Miller, John C. , 174, 177 Miller, Lee Robert, 83, 88, 97, 116, 155 Miller, Linda Bonnie, 196 Miller, Marriann, 185 Miller, Robert Emery, 173 Mills. Sherril Gay, 199 Milnes, Richard, 177 Milstein.Elynor M. , 198 Milwer, Fred Paul, 156 Minnerath, Mary Ann, 155 Mink, Marcia L. , 136, 155 Mirshak, Ronald W. , 156 Misrac, Simon, 192 Mits, Melody C. , 179 Mits, Meloni, 84, 103, 104, 187 Mitz, KaUileen G. , 81, 103, 104, 156 Mizock, Judith B. , 156 Mocking, Bruce Gary, 89, 194 Moe, William, 204 Mohn, Robert E. , 197 Moldenhauer, Mary 156 Moldofsky, Lanny R. , 156 Molinaro, Michael J. , 24, 103, 186 Molmaro, Mildred L. ,82,83, 170. 174 Moore, Carole, 79, 87, 186 Moore, Dennis, 179 Moore, Karen Anne, 193 Morales, Awilda Mari, 199 Morales, Luisa M. , 188 Moros, Peter Henry, 80, 189 Morris, Yvettc, 178 Morten, James A. , 195 Moser, Bruce John, 179 Moser, Keith John, 177 Moss, Fern Toby, 180, 195 Moss, Murray Lee, 195 Motykie, Camille Ann, 96, 103 Moyes,, Kathleen J., 76,98,99, 156 Mueller, Barbara L. , 156 Mueller, Linda K. , 103, 104, 181 Mueller, Paul Jr. , 196 Mueller, Robert J. , 172 Mueller, Robert Paul, 95, 156 Mueller, William W. , 197 Muise, Robert E. , 172 Mulford, Melinda J. , 87, 186 Multan, Barbara E. , Murlas, Christopher, 88, 95, 99, 100, 156 Mur las, Jonathan G. , 96 Murphy, David A. , 177 Murphy, William R. , 156 Muskat, Denis J. , 197 Muskat, Marc L. , 156 Muslin, Bruce M. , 199 Mussar, Christine A. , 100, 112, 114, 178 Mussar, Suzanne M. , 105, 188 Muth, Elame A. , 84, 106, 170 Myers, Phyllis Anne, 156 Myers, Sandra Lee, 188 Myhr, Gregory Todd, 193 Myles, Janet K. ,78,88, 156 Myrent, Stewart C. ,21, 156 Nichbauer, Joann R. , 183 Nachbauer, Mary Lou, 197 Nadler, Molly Sue, 179 Nadler, Robert B. , 156 Nakayama, Joan C. , 103, 156 Nardini, Catherine M. , 191 Nathan, John Edward, 194 Natkin, Diane C. , 156 Nedza, Glenn Russell, 197 Neiberg, Elaine R. , 199 Neimer, David F. , 183 Nelson, Craig, 172 Nelson, David Lloyd, 85, 91 Nelson, Gail Ann, 184 Nelson, Jill, 106, 173 Nelson, Lawrence 1. , 95, 156, 202 Nelson, Patricia Lee, Nelson, Penny A. , 178 Nelson, Richard A. , 182 Nelson, Robert Paul, 172 Nelson, Ronald Alan, 181 Nelson, Russell F. , 84, 85, 156 Nelson, Shirley J. , 104 Nelson, Virginia K. , 94, 118, 156 Nemanich, Janis Mary, 87 Nemecek, Martin A., 185 Netzky,Joanne, 88,94, 100, 187 Neubarth, Lorelei, 157 Neubauer, David K. , 86, 192 Neubauer, Elaine A. , 88, 157 Neumann, Joann E. , 194 Neumann, Karin Sue, 179 Neuman, Barry Jay, 187 Newman, Betty A. , 78, 79, 172 Newman, Craig, 157 Newton, Diane F. , 81, 175 Newton, Greg Robert, 187 Niclas, Marcia June, 84, 93, 178 Niclas, Valerie, 199 Nied, Ronald A. , 186 Niedrich, Robert C. , 29, 173 Nielsen, Robert S. , 186 Nixon, Linda Joy, 180 Noddin, Bill David, 177 Noddin, Lynne L. , 188 Nonclerc, Claudette, 175 Nonclerc, Linda Lou, 184 Nordberg, Carol Dick, 196 Nordeen, William H. , 189 Norling, Linda E. , 157 Norling, Nancy Lou, 176 Norman, Bruce Alan, 197 Norman, Carol Jean, 157 Norris, Robert M. , 79 Nortell, Barbara E. , 198 Norum, Arnold, 205 Norum, Delia Marie, 195 Noto,Jo Ann, 157 Nott, Patricia Lee, 186 Novak, Lana, 95, 178 Novak, Nance E. , 79, 84, 85, 157 Novak, Sondra, 174 Novak, Steve, 198 Novick, Sandra Lee, 79, 80, 171 Novick, Arlene Rae, 157 Novoselsky, David, 171 Novoselsky, Karen, 174 Novotny, James R. ,95, 173,215 Novotny, Robert John, 193 Novotny, William F. , 157, 202 Nowicki, Frank J. , 189 Nowo], Joann Mary, 188 Nusinow, Alan Ira, 192 Nuss, Elmer A., 175,207 Nyberg,Tobi Esther, 79, 198 Nykiel, Marilyn Jean, 192 Nykolayko, Ann L. , 195 Ny land, Linda C. , 179 O ' Brien, Daniel S. , 188 O ' Brien, Kathleen L. , 192 Odess, Richard P. , 174 Oehler, Maiy E. , 88, 154 Oles, Daniel Edward, 176 Olsberg, Adele E. , 79, 171 Olsher, Delia, 191 Olsen, Garnetjean, 174 Olson, Arlene Sue, 192 Olson, Karen Lynn, 199 Olson, Nancy Jean, 87, 186 Olson, Robert E. , 157 Olson, Ruth Ann, 172 Omachel, Dennis M, , 179 Omaciiel, Sharon J. , 179 O ' Neill, John James, 186 O ' Neill, Marguerite, 174 O ' Neill, Ruth Ellen, 192 Oppice, Harold W. , 197 Orlove, Robert A. , 179 Ortmann, Dean Edward, 157 Oscarson, Christine, 157 Oshea, Mary Russell, 199 Osney, Richard Dean, 199 Ostergaard, Joanne C. , 81, 183 Ostermeier, Dorothy, 171 Otten, Roberta Ann, 197 Otto, Vicki Earle, 93, 100, 178 Overbeck, Ralph E. , 157 Owen, Martha E. , 184 Owens, Michael, 157, 202, 203 Pacente, Paul James, 186 Packer, Jerilyn S. ,92, 157 Pakier, Frieda, 173 Palmer, Mark H. , 174 Panchesin, Michael D. , 157 Panouses, Chris Don, 193 Pantelakis, Cathy M. , 195 Papa, Annegret M. , 172 Parker, Glenn R. , 157 Parker, Marlene L. , 157 Parry, James E. , 157,202 Paul, Donna M. , 94, 157 Paulsen, Martin L. , 175 Paulson, Nancy L. , 104, 173 Paus, Tom Lawrence, 175 Pawlan, Steven David, 182 Pawlak, Sandra Lee, 191 Payne, Dianne L. , 199 Peabody, Richard S. , 181 Pearlman, Donn Allan, 78, 88, 91, 94, 1 12, 158 Pearlman, Sheryl R. , 194 Pearson, Albert A. , 197 Pearson, Caryl Lee, 197 Pearson, William A. , Pedersen, Arnold, 193 Pedott, Betty Rose, 173 Penelle, Robert J. , 158 Penner, Ardith B. , 177 Pentland,Jacquelyn, 85, 197 Pepper, Michael, 93, 192, 205 Pepper, Roslyn, 158 Perdue, Raborn T. , 173 Perlman,Jay Stuart, 187 Perlman.Jill, 196 Perlman, Linda S. , 173 Perlow, Buton Fred, 194 Perlstein, Mitchell, 192 Permer, Barbara Ann, 199 Perr, Susan Ann, 84, 85, 175 Perri, Helen M. , 82, 83, 112, 114, 115, 158 Persino, James V. , 199 Perz, James Walter, 199 Petacque, Susan W. , 170, 174 Peters, Carolyn F. , 179 Peters, John R. ,94, 136, 158 Petere, Stephen W. , 90, 175 Petersen, Karen R. , 179 Peterson, Arlette K. , 178 Peterson, Bonnie Gay, 182, 185 Peterson, Clifford T. , 187 Peterson, Curtis R. , 179 Peterson, Edward M. , 187 Peterson, Evelyn M. , 194 Peterson, Gordon A. , 84, 158 Peterson, Jane L. , 174 Peterson, Julie Ann, 158 Peterson, Kay L. , 82, 102, 174 Peterson, Larry W, , 186 Peterson, Lois K. , 83, 158 Peterson, Martin, 186 Peterson, Robert, 184 Peterson, Robert D. , 172 Peterson, Ronald R. , 188 Peterson, Sandra D. , 87, 103, 189 Peterson, William K. , 158 Petroski, Marsha Ann, 177 Pettinato, Anthony, 86, 193 Pfaff, Thomas A. , 95, 98, 158, 202 Phelan, Joseph E. , 175,215 Phelan, Robert A. , 178 Phillippe, Diane C.,84, 193 Phillips, Tephi T. , 187 Phipls, Suzanne, 86 Piell, Terry L. , 158 Pierce, Sandra L. , 179 Pierremont, Geoffrey, 194 Pifke, Susan Ellen, 94, 100, 118, 158 Pine, Jay Nolan, 197 Pinkwater, Marcia C. , 158 Pisano, Jerome V. ,97, 136, 158 Pitzer, Scott John, 176 Piwko, Kenneth Peter, 192 Pizzolato, Michael, 177 Place, Michael John, 85, 100, 186 Placek, Richard F. , 193 Plante, Heidi Marie, 175 Plass, Linda Ann, 81, 96, 105, 171 Plenn, Howard L. , 24, 158 Plice, Linda Noek, 188 Pogofsky, Larry A. , 158 Pogofsky, Terry Jay, 195 Pogue, Janet Lee, 87, 88 Polak, Letitia Ann, 158 Pollock, Philip M. , 158 Polon, Jeffrey M. , 95, 183, 202 Pollice,Gina, 179 Pontarelli, Michael, 191 Popp, Katlileen Marie, 81, 193 Porter, Shellie C. , 194 Portugal, Glemi Alan, 186, 215 Porzycki, Monica Ann, Posner, Glenn, 172 Posner, Wendy J. , 107, 196 Potenza, Joanne, 176 Potkin, Ralph Terry, 176 Potoker, Robert D. , 199 Powal, Thomas Edwin, 86 Powell, Pamela K. , 103 Powroznik, Nancy Lee, 104, 184 Prange, Pamela M. , 158 Prehnal, Linda Mae M. , 96, 171 Preis, James Allan, 172 Pre iss, Harriet L. , 86, 158 Prim, Gary Robert, 205 Prim, Janis Lee, 136, 159 Prindle, Richard T. , 182 Procop, Dermis M. , 195 Proesel, Barbara A. , 174 Przybylski, Dorothy, 95, 182 Przybylski, William, 197 Puccinelli, Janet M. , 86, 192 Puccinelli,Jay R. ,86, 193 Puerkel, James A. , 171 Puerkel, Gregory F. , 186 Pugliese, David Carl, 181 Putterman, Paula, 94 Quinn, John B. , 32, 172 Quinn, Mary Ellen, 196 Quist, Karen Quist, Krislie Ann, 187 Raab, Nancy J., 179 Rabe, Barbara Lynn, 87, 89, 185 Radermacher, Susan M. , 171 Radicek, Katliryn Lee, 187 Radicek, Linda A. , 159 Index Raia, James Joseph, 192 Rainero, James A., 192 Rainero, William L. , 172 Rajski, Francine J, , 187 Ralsky, Stuart Lee, ISO, 186 Rambert, Fred John, 198 Ramis, Joanne R. , 186 Rammel, Hal G. ,91, 171 Rand, Wendy Sue, 94, 192 Rand. Robin, 159 Randazzo, Robert P. , 176 Randazzo, Susan J. , 199 Ransdell.John E. , 175 Rappaport, Ronnie, 188 Rapport, Jan S. , 174 Rask, Sally Frances, 96, 170 Rask, Susan R. , 105, 115, 170 Rattner, Uene Sue, 100, 197 Raubolt, Robert R. , 199 Rauen, Karen Lilliar 184 Ravine, Edward Steve, 189 Raymond, Edward A. , 2 17, 2 18 Reading, Edward, 186 Reading, Mary F. , 159 Rebbe, Gary Lee, 97, 159 Rebbe, Lois Ruth, 199 Rechtermann, Allen H. , 86, 192 Redman, Steve, 178 Re ichert, Edward, 188 Regin,Joy,95, 172 Regula, Sandra L. , 93, 189 Rehwaldt, Nancy Ruth, 87, 173 Reicherts, David W. , 172 Reinke, Kristine S. , 188 Reitman, Mark A. , 83, 173 Reizner, Ronald J. , 198 Rek, Sharon Lynn, 185 Renieris. Susan C. , 175 Repke, Lynda Darlene, 87, 104, 186 Rest, Debra M. , 179 Reynolds, Joy Lynne, 177 Reynolds, Sandra L. , 159 Rhoney, Donald M. , 177 Riback, Cheryl Lynn, 199 Ricci, Lorraine J. , 159 Rice, Jennifer Lynn, 184 Richardson, Holly A. , 86, 194 Richey, Ronald Neil, 80 Rifkin, Diane L. , 81, 159 Ringel, Gary, 175 Rishe, Rochelle, 174 Rissman, Dennis M. , 159 Rissman, Marc, 186 Ritter, James Allen Ritter John 86 Ritter, Paul James, 94, 174 Ritter, Peggy E , 179 Robbin, Linda Meryl, 176 Robbins, Charles A. , 177 Robbins, Ralph N. , 191 Roberts, Richard All. , 173 Roberts, Thomas A. , 89, 174 Roberts, Wm. 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Lynne L. , 192 Rudowicz, Gloria J. , 83, 88, 175, 195 Rugendorf, Donna L. , 160 Rugendorf, Sharry, 103, 136, 160 Ruggirello, Judy Ann, 93, 195 Ruschli, Edward John, 189 Rush, Janice P. , 173 Ruskin, Elizabeth S. , 107, 197 Russell. Daniel J. , 173 Russo, Anna Marie, 95, 175 Russo, Joseph C, 196 Rust, Frank Edwin, 193 Rust, Joanne C. , 82, 83, 160 Rust, Larry Allen, 86, 87, 192 Ryden, Jo Anne. 28, 82, 100, 177 Rzasa, Pamela Louise Sabac, Russell, 160 Saber, Barbara Ann, 180 Sack, Richard H. , 160, 204 Sackrison, Candace S. , 172 Sadkin, Howard, 184 Saferstein, Jeffrey, 160 Saflarski, Jeanne L. , 77, 160 Saflarski, Mary E. , 197 Sage, Pam Lynne, 96, 175 Sager, Sarah Jean, 82, 87, 93, 100 Salerno, Michael G. , 160 Salins, Michael L. , 199 Salotti, Sandra, 178 Saltzman, B. Donald, 20, 175, 2 15 Samson, Sherri Gale, 192 Samuels, Barbara E. , 174 Samuelson, Nancy A. , 174 Sanuelson, Richard G. , 172 Sandler, Leslie A. , 160 Sandroff, Howard F. , 80, 192 Santowski, Lucille, 171 Saranecki, Scott P. , 160, 202 Sarantakis, Carol A. , 198 Sartain, Rebecca Jo. , 198 Sass, Marcia M. , 83, 93, 94, 103, ID S, 122, 136. 160 Schaefer, Allan F. , 178, 204 Schafer, Richard E. , 160 Schaffner, Nancy C. , 21, 79 Schalz, Mary Ellen 191 Schamber, Laura E. , 160, 194 Schanz, Ronald Dean, 192 Scaturo, Karen A. ,81, 182 Schiffman, Bonnie E. , 160 Schild, Carolyn Mae, 82, 83, 174 Schillaci, Nancy C. , 173 Schiller, Ronald M. , 161 Schinzing, Kenneth, 174 Schirmer, Walter S., 191 Schlecter, Nancy E. . 193 Schlitter, James R. , 160 Schlitter, Nancy A. , 195 Schlocker, Cathy L. , 179 Schlosser, Denise A. , 193 Schmidt, Diane E. , 197 Schmidt, Joan F. , 187 Schmidt, Michael J. , 80, 193 Schmidt, Nancy Ann, 81, 185 Schmidt, Ted J., 175 Schmidt, Thomas J. , 171 Schneider, Gary, 2 15 Schneider, Susan T. , 187 Schnidt,James A. , 160,208 Schonfeld, Gita, 100, 115, 186 Schoos, Robert J. , 193 Schramm, Marilyn E. , 171 Schreiber, Russie. 88, 186 Schroeder, Kenneth R. , 188 Schroeder, Keith E. , 160 Schroeder, Richard, 182 Schuhrke, Gerald C. , 195 SchuUioff, Bonnie R. , 160 Schulman, Diane I., 174 Schulman, Julie A. , 83, 161 Schulman, Paulette E. ,94, 136, 161 SchuIte,John, 195 Schultz, Helen M. , 177 Schuman. 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Thomas C. , 103, 173 212 Wiebel, Douglas, 188 Wiegman, Robert John. 180, 183 Wielgus, Barbara A. . 199 Wiese, Jeffrey W. , 177 Wiese, Sandra Lee, 165 Wiig, Keith Owen, 165 Wiig, Kenneth Morris, 83, 185 Wilke, Kathy L. , 165 Wilkins.Gary H. . 175 Willert.Lee, 186 Williams, Cynthia J. , 85, 199 Williams, Diane A. , 165 Williams, Irene T. , 192 Williams, Linda Ann, 198 Williams, Roger B. , 165 Williamson, Sharon M. ,26. 165 Wilner. Andrea S. , 179 Wilson, Barry Lee, 97, 174, 204 Wilson, Charles Gary, 204, 205 Wilson, Larry F.,85.87 Wilson, Roger Reid, 183,204 Wimmer, Daniel J. , 165 Wimmer. Margaret Ann, 172 Wimmer, Phyllis Jane, 166 Wineberg, Ronna Iris, 89, 197 Winer, Robert L. , 192 Winkleman, Larry J. , 184, 205 Winograd, Louise C. , 175 Winslow, Susan C. , 87, 173 Wisel, Sarah Louise, 195 Wishnoff, Steve A. , 195 Wisniewski, James M. , 191 Wisniewski, Wayne T. , 166 Wittek. Warren Ted, 83, 90, 184 Wojakowski, Lois A. , 85, 92, 178 Wold, Andrew Thomas, 173 Woldman, Richard A. , 175 Wolf, Gail Ellen Wolf, Robert H. , 174 Wolin, Cheryl Ann, 198 Wolin, Mary Sander, 180, 197 Wolnik, Wayne Walter, 166 Wolter, Richard M. , 179 Woltersdorf, Carol A. , 174 Wok, John Fred, 196 Womer, Bill Richard, 179 Wood, John Charles, 193 Wood, William P. , 166 Woods, Craig M. , 84, 85, 87, 125, 166 Wooley, Brace C. , 182 WooUey, Robert F. , 166 Work, Carol J. , 77, 79, 82, 83, 166 Worth, April Joy, 181 Worth, Bruce C. , 166 Wozniak, Richard D. , 86, 198 Wright, Paul James, 174,218 Wright, Sherry Lee, 166 Wu.Jack, 93, 166,214,215 Wuchte. Alan, 166 WuU, Arthur S. , 100, 166 Wurmser, Bruce M. , 173, 204 Wynn, Michael J., 99, 166,208 Wynn, Patricia Anne, 86, 199 Yamaguchi, Peggy, 84, 88, 93 Yamaguchi, Robert H. , 166 Yamaguchi, Tom J. , 173 Yanov, Joan Marie, 199 Yanov, Joseph, 196 Yardley, James A. , 97, 166 Yelen, Mitchell A. , 101, 112, 177 Yohanna, Mark Alan, 198 Yellen, Steven F. , 166, 186 Yohanna, Wilene, 174 Yoshino, Steven Alan, 199 Yoshioka.Dean R. , 196 Young, Karen Jane, 176 Young, Mia Elyce, 186 Young, Michael A. , 183 Young, Stephen Fray, 192 Young, Suzam B. , 90 Young, Thomas Joseph, 86, 193 Zabolocky, Carnell, 81, 180, 173 Zachary, Comie J. , 189 Zager, Ronald I. , 88, 94, 97, 99, 166 Zaidler, Laura F., 76, 100, 166 Zaitlen, Richard H. , 89, 90, 166 Zaitlen, Warren Lee, 193 Zalesny, Patricia M. , 171 Zaphirio, Peter J. , 166 Zaphiris, Sandra J. , 175 Zar, Mark Steven, 84, 85, 87, 188 Zehner, Arnold F. , 175,204 Zeid, Alex, 195 Zeitlin, Dorma G. , 166 Zeitlin, Elliot, 199 Zelienka, Jolin Paul, 197 Zelkowitz, Barbara, 172 Zemansky, Wynne, 81, 188 Zender, Carolyn S. .96, 179 Zenner, Donna Lee, 20, 125, 166 Zera, Gregory Lynn, 193 Zernone, Leonard T. , 198 Zeszutko, Barbara A. , 171 Zielkowitz, Barbara Ziemianin, Gregory, 167 Zev, Ronald Alan, 189 Ziff, Cynthia, Susan, 195 Zimberoff, Richard L, , 194 Zimberotf, Robert, 202 Zimka, Kathleen Mary, 198 Zimmerman, Bonnie S. , 79, 174 Zimmerman, Bruce Art, 83, 88 Zimmerman, Gail M. , 191 Zimmerman, Glen M. , 167, 2 15 Zimmerman, Hedda, 182 Zimmerman, Linda J. , 88, 136, 167 Zittler, Deborah S. , 122, 177 Zlatos, Cynthia S. , 176 Zlotnik, Paul Jay, ISO Zo ' lezzi.Darrell R. ,97, 177 Zolkowski, Carol V. , 173 Zukerman, Uene, 199 Zwigoff, Terry E. , 188 226 Autographs II Autographs Autographs Autographs « p J 230 Autographs Acknowledgement It is a last, pleasant obligation to thank all who have contributed to the production of this book. 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