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

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r ' i .Of .-f ytfliyiyfctfJO ®,| i- « ' , «Fi| . " ■■■■ " 1.. • »■ ' ■■■ 1 • • n t jw «v % .j fr »4.ii j feiii;S. :t iiuS i , . VI ' 0 " T YS - y - U .A. - ij ' o L - fi lA M ' T. i ' r Class ' of Niles West Presents ffl . pectrum 65 Niles Township High School West Division Skokie, Illinois Volume IV Explaiuitinn iif ihc Tolcm Pole Svmhnh. INDIAN HEAD- Big Red w iie i k l ie symbol of Niles Weil. y THUNDERBIRD- represaits strength, physical fitness, athletics SACHEM- u Me AnHfi ingovemmm RICK STEELE SVN- symbol of knowledge, enlightment. -JL i yi I holding the coup stick, symbol of authority [J d v ' l) ' •nail ■ citizenship. , j - — -f k i .jm ACADEMIC Table of Contents FACULTY AaiVITIES Academic 14 Administration and Faculty . . . 34 Activities . . . 62 Special Events 102 Seniors 116 Underclassmen 150 Athletics 178 Index 198 SPO«TS We students coming, green as all young things, Know first our teachers, Some wj e, on ' d some not so; We taste the peaceful blue of contemplation. And the exciting colors, too-- The gold, the red, the orange Of our activities. We hope to leave, complete- To become like a kaleidoscope, Like our school. An ever-changing pattern Containing every color. fj iiai %• . - ' tJ : ' rjTS ' -- r i ' ' ' " ;i!5Qf x sff J- ; 3 i. me- -j-r..:inr, :t .i r- ■. ' J- - ' aT XSiS i T ? ACADEMIC The blue of serene study, The black of failure, Both were ours this year. We sought not only to know. But to make known; Not to accept, But to question; Not merely to find truth now, But to seek it in the future. We knew the elusiveness of concepts; We knew the electric flash of discovery, Our achievementswere rewarded In gold, silver, and bronze. ik tk i Ltrw te lii -!ij J mi ISP Ili H P ! ■7 N »iiiii(»;a; A ntL V Leadership is a purple mantle, Resting on the shoulders of our teachers and administrators. A few help us to know only themselves. Most, however, guide us to self- understanding; And these are the true teachers. Those who help us to realize the royalty In each of us. ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY m I • i . . w mi r Xi r. — j : ■ ' ■■ L %j - V K Vj ACTIVITIES Orange is the color of our activities, Pulsing with youth and life. We do not wish To leave the present world; The things we do Are not means to escape. Though nothing is nnore immediate Than a school dance, Its sentimentol orchid Will tint our memories. And nothing ismore here-and-now Than our student vernment, But the experience it leaves us Can dye our futures gold. SPORTS Our emotions were channeled Into bursts of red-and-white sound At pep rallies; While Sonne of us competed, Others were contented Just to watch. But to all of us the red of action, The green of turf. The surface of a polished gym- nasium floor, Reflected something Of significance to all. ACADEMIC This diversity of colors, This jumble of topics, Initiates a paradox. For from chaos. We shall find truth In a rainbow of studies. We shall find truth- The blue and peaceful order Of everything in place. English English presents the galaxy of man ' s poetic spirit: the words, images, insights, tones, and metaphors; English also pro- vides the cool practicality of verbal skills. It satisfies the two shades of man ' s nature— the real and the ideal. Being the most color- ful of all the academic studies, its lively scope includes everything from the fiery ser- mons of the early Calvinists to the moon- light and flowers oi A Midsummer Night ' s Dream: from the red imagery of A Tale of Two Cities, to the study of logical think- ing, with its clear black and white patterns and its infinite shades of gray. yV. Sclnitkli, Mr. Gragg, A. Stein So sweet is zealous contemplation. -S iakcspeare The essence of iiumour is sensibility; warm tender fellow-feeling with all forms of existence. --Carfyle i Great lilerature is simply language charged with meaning to the utmost possible degree. " Eva Pound Books are not absolutely dead things, but do contain a progeny of hfe in tliem to be as active as tliat soul whose progeny they are; nay, tiiey do preserve as in a vial die purest etVicacv and extraction of dial living intellect diat bred diem. -Millim How history makes one shudder and laugh by turns! -Wulpok Social Studies The pageant of social studies is a parade of red-cloaked Roman legions, tricolored French revolutionaries, gray Nazi soldiers, and frontiersmen dressed in buckskin. Not only history, but such diverse studies as economics, psychology, and sociology contri- bute to the student ' s understanding of himself and his world. These subjects aid the student in his necessary search for identity. Nothing can be more relentlessly vital or topical, for social studies is the measure of man himself. R. Woldman Let us treat men and women well; treat them as if they were real; perhaps they are. -Emerson . . . The wise man looks into space, and does not re- gard the small as too httle, nor the great as too big; for he knows that llierc is no limit to dimensions. " Imo-Lsc A. Burlcy, R. Karj). C. Muruwski J. TJlomps Parable of the Isms: Capitalism: If you have two cows you sell one and buy a bull. Sociahsm: If you have two cows you give one to your neighbor. Communism: If you have two cows you givelhcni to the government and the governmail gives you some milk. 19 Science Science is like a many-hued top spinning through our lives. It contains the vital green of biology and the sulfurous yellow of chemistry, the dynamic red of physics and the blue-gray of physical science. In science are opportunities for experiences as different as black and white. Laboratory sciences such a s chemistry and biology offer students the chance to experiment and prove to themselves the existence of natural laws. Physics aims to impart a know- ledge and clear understanding of the basic laws of time, space, force, and energy, and to explore the realm of ab- stractions. Science will continually spin its meaning and value throughout our lives, from the homeliest details of everyday life to the loftiest achievements of modern technology. Men love to wonder, and that istheseed of our science. " Emerson H. Grectiman. C. Johnson It is mvintenlioiitomakeknownsomc new pruperlies iii gases . -- . c 1. Cav-Lussac D. Snii i, f. K i tiiiii. S. Hunii No amouni of cxperiineniation can prove me righi; a single experiment may at any time prove me wrong. " Aihcrt Emstcin S. Soritisky, A. Silverstein 22 S. Shiner How do I work? I grope. " Albert Einstein Mathematics Angles stand out sharp and steel-gray against a variegated background of digits. The figures used in solid geometry may seem to weave and melt from red to green to blue as students struggle to unravel their mysteries, and the elaborate equations of algebra seem to equate one universe with another. Vet the creation of order Irom confusion is one of the greatest achievements of man; and know- ledge ol mathematics, with its sharply-defined formulas that are either right or wrong, pays golden dividends in terms of lucid thinking and precise judgment. i The structures of matliematics and tlie propositions about tliem are ways for the imagination to travel and tlie wings, or legs, or vehicles to take you where you want to go. -Scott Bitchan J. Thniuas The universe is full uf magical things, patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper. -Eden Phillpolti 23 Foreign Language Nowhere in civilization is the colorful variety of man ' s nature more vividly shown than in his languages. No time in history has presented such a ch-allenge to this power of language for peace and understanding. Here also is found the cathedral of his hope. Latin discloses the order and interrelatedness of man ' s speech and writing. In French are found the sophisticated sounds of wit and intellect. Spanish is characterized by the buoyancy of vocal rhythms. Precision and force emanate from the powerful rolls of the German sound, and the Russian alphabet and tongue provide a glimpse of the intricacy of an exotic and valuable culture. He who is ignorant of foreign languages knows not his own. -Goelhe 24 Z. FttrsL E. Gotdhcrg, Af. Gcllcr. B. innucniian. B. Frfcrnan. Paris is tlie place in the world where, if you please, you may best unite the ii i c and the dulcc. - Tliackery The ancient languages are the scabbard which hold the mind ' s sword. " Coclhc S. Madn. R. Wligtmiii. .» . flr p r } Business Education The click and ring of typewriters plays a tune to anyone walking down the hall in the business education section of Niles. The color and vigor of this department deny the belief that " businesslike " means Stark, gray, and drably efficient. Instead, such courses as typing, secretarial practice, and bookkeeping offer variety and an opportunity for future success. Time is tlie measure of business, as money is of wares. -Bacon I . Wt ' bnorc There Is nothing more requisite in business than dis- patch. ■-AatlLsdii D. Schuhtian Business is really more agreeable than pleasure; it interests the whole mind . . . more deeply. But it does not look as if it did. -- H ' fl f; " Bagehot I Home and Sparks fly from a welder ' s torch in an industrial arts class. Home econom- ics teachers stress the importance of color-keyed clothing, flower arrange- ments and table settings. These courses prepare ' students for the future, but they also help enrich their daily lives. The girls who study home arts wiU eventual- ly fulfill one of the highest callings, that of wife and homemaker. The boys who pursue the trades will soon meet society ' s great demand for skilled tech- nicians and artisans. Little doubt e xists that the vocational skills of industry and home are receiving increased em- phasis. A modern society would fail without them. ' Tis God gives skill, but not without men ' s hands. -G. Eliol Hilk Jmsm, Linda Load, Kathy Gilchius, Debbie Lazar. Pray for peace and grace and spiritual food, For wisdom and guidance, for all these are good, But don ' t forget the potatoes. John Tyler Lettee Industrial Arts Bv ihc work, one knows the workman. -LaFoukiinv T. Hack G. Corgiisy There is no trade or employment but the young man following it may become a hero. ■Wall Whitman The proper knowledge, along with the proper tools and equipment, makes the job easier and saler. .1 ' . Jamxzko W. Bruihik. R. Maloiic. H C yiiiaii The language of tones belongs equally to all mankind, and melody is the absolute language in which the musician speaks to every heart. " Wagfier Fine Arts As the sun separates the colors of a prism, so the ingenuity of the mind separates individual accomplish- ments Ironi ordinary achievements. The results of the sun ' s action are reflections; the products of the mind are the fine arts, music, drama, and art. Much as the sun is the essence of life, the fine arts are the essence of civilization, for man ' s history is meas- ured by his achievements. Within the arts can be seen man ' s ambitions, emotions, and ideals as he views them. They are the findings of the search for beauty, perfection, and enjoyment. Like the sun, they give light and warmth to life, for without both there would be no brighuiess, and an absence of spirit and color. The sun and the fine arts have been the foundations upon which man has built his past civilizations, and upon which he is building those of the present. Tlie great artist sets down liis ision of life and is silent. -Ludwig Lacisohn K. Fink Music and rh lhm find their way into the secret places of the soul. -Phio y v; -0 -M ' By constant exercise one develops freedom of movement--for virtuous deeds. " Diogaies The wise for cure on exercise depend. " Drydni In time of our distress, and in our triumph too, the game is more than the player of the game, and the ship is more than the crew. " Kipling Physical Education Every period of the day, some students are diving into the blue-green water of the swimming pool. Boys dressed in red are playing basketball or performing stunts on the apparatus. Blue-clad girls are taking part in the more ex- citing ritual of modern dance classes. Elsewhere in the school ' s physical education wing, students are taking notes on first aid and the physiology of exercise. Everyone is now realizing the importance of exercise in maintaining mental stability and alertness, and the Niles West physical education department is illuminating the fact tliat thegoodliiedemands a sound body and licalthful activity 1 ADMINISTRATION Our instructors Raise a mirror to our own talents And our limitations. As we see ourselves more clearly, So we see them, too. If all do not display The purple of dignity, Yet we can learn from all, And reach out. And thank them for the opportunity They offer. Dr. Clyde Parker Superintendent of Schools With the recent addition of Niles North, Dr. Clyde Parker, Superintendent of Schools, has the administrative responsibility of three schools for the 1964-1965 academic year. Dr. Parker ' s excel- lent preparation includes the position of Superin- tendent of Schools in Washington, Indiana; Moline, Illinois; and Cedar Rapids, Iowa. His career also includes teaching courses of school administration and philosophy of education at Indiana University and Augustana College. Assisting Dr. Parker is Mr. Paul J. Houghton who directs administrative details of teacher personnel. Mr. Paul J. Houghton Educational Services Mr. Ted C. Cobun Mr. Orland Ruvie ACT, SAT, CEEB, NMSQ.T, NEDT, PSAT- this is not a foreign language, but a list of the tests Dr. Arthur H. Ryden must contend with in his position as Director of Guidance and Testing. Contributing to die education of the community, Mr. Orland H. Ruyle is the Director of Adult Edu- cation and Summer School. His activities demon- strate that the education of a community is not restricted to adolescents. Films, slides, and all other audio-visual teach- ing aids used in the classrooms are selected by Mr. Ted Cobun. Dr. John W. Harris has inaugurated his first year at Niles Township as Curriculum Director. Dr. Arthur H. Ryden Dr. John Harris Mr. John Anderson Special Services The constant maintenance of the school building and the fitness of the students inside are responsibili- ties capably handled by Mr. John K. Anderson, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds; Mr. Har- old R. Ohlson, Director of Special Services; and Mr. James L. Heiniger, Director of Physical Welfare. Mr. James Heiniger Mr. Harold R. OUson X K ■ - 1 m ■ Mr. Osborn Li-} lUflH ! . Mr. Spear Board of Education .Mr. KalkolT .Mr. .Mau, Presidcnl W Mr. Saunders .Mrs. Block .Mr Ijitrrll 1 5i I I ir in ill Dr. Nicholas T. Mannos West Administration To some students, the Niles West main office is a place where one goes for punishment or for a " talking-to. " To others, it is the center of the school ' s " brain trust. " In reality, the Niles West administra- tors are a blend of these qualities. Dr. Nicholas T. Mannos, the principal, upholds and enforces school policy. His assistants are Dr. Gilluly, who is in charge of the senior class and counseling services; Mr. Mattka, director of student activities and assistant principal in charge ofjuniors; Mr. Kinghorn, the newest administrator, who jug- gles the huge volume of school supplies and advises the sophomore class; and Mr. Schubert, the assist- ant principal in charge of freshmen and attendance. Mr. Cocking brings a scholarship list to the attention of Dr. Gilluly, assistant principal in charge of coimselors. Dr. George T. Gilluly Mr. Charles Mattka J6 Mr. Anton T. Schubert Mr. Jon Kinghoni FACULTY Art Mr. Blackburn Mr. Isom Miss Hytry Mr. Blackburn emphasizes that posters have become an important art-form. Business Education Mr. Fitzpatrick Mr. Drum Mr. Feick Mr. Grosshuesch - Jt Mrs. Leslie Miss Morrison Miss O ' Neill ' ( Mr. Smith Mrs. Wise .Mrs. Ifslic displays the mechanizailon of the modern office. English Mrs. Bauer Miss Kennedy Mr. Berek .Mr. Antes .Mrs. Barnes Mr. Calzarella Mrs. Drake Mr. Fanselow Mr. Gallagher Mr. Ccisniaiin • Mrs. Hatch programs in the reading clinic. Mr. Gragg Miss Hatscher Miss Hepple Mr. Knaalc " ' . R 3 Mr. Koerner Mr. McMahon Mrs. Knchot Mrs. .Hice Mr. Richter Mrs. Stein Mr. Stoyanoff yi Miss Warren Miss Zelznick Foreign Language Miss Klinger Mrs. Hell Mr. Brink Miss Kriksuji Frau Biel, " Wieder holen Sic, bitte. " Mrs. (fUrcia Miss Hutliiiait Miss iJiiii .Mrs. I lcjlan ■V Mr. Manger Mrs. Mozan Miss O ' Reilly Mrs. Schwab f Miss Stefaiiini Miss Honn posts studenl-made material patterns. Jl I i i Home Arts Mrs. Cook Miss Honn Miss Hytry " Industrial Arts Mr. Uiiii Mr. Entwistle Mr. Jaiieczko Mr. Kmwhisllc uork.son a mcUi! laihcalool lo make a lool. Mr. Ramm Mr. Wiiiterhalter Mathematics Mr. .Martin f Mrs. Bennai .Mrs. Brcdeson ■Mr. liii-sh .Miss Carbon Mr. Fidd 49 Mr. FilUman Miss Fry Mr. Mitchell Mr. Paschke Mrs. Pavlatos Mrs. Sommerfeld Mr. Usiskin 4 Mr. Wledl Miss Williams Miss Pavlatos says, " Of course, it ' s confusing, but in this case confusion is the beginning of order. " 50 Science Mr. H. O. Andersen Mr. Coyer attempts to prove untoiio iy recapitulates phylognlly. Mr. Hanrahan Mr. Hoeppner Mr. Kissack Mrs. L Miller Mr. Kakllaii Mr. Sabicrs Mr. S(rnad Mr. Viguc SI ■ ' l2 fert!Sr? -;; , ' i V ' -f- Music Mr. McGee Social Studies Mr. Groeliiig Mr. Bruike . Ir. Boevers discusses tlit- rule ui Alexander Hamilton in American Hisfory. Mr. Groehlin charts the complexities of four part harmony. Mr. C.P. Anderson Mr. Beniaris Mr. Boevers Mr. Fabri Mr. Friedman Miss Fuerst Mr. Gault Mr. Gemeny Mr. Handzcl Mrt. Ilaskins Mr Hill Mr. Karbusicky . Ir. Ixipold Mrs. F. Miller .Miss Paras Mr. Paulsen Mrs. .Schmidt Mr. Stokes Boys ' Physical Education Mr. Phlpps Mr. Armour Coaches Phlpps and Schnurr anticipate their classes In physical edin aiiun during lavorablc fall weather. SS Mr. Basrak Mr. Henrici Mrs. Burkel times the iiilamous five hundred meter walk-run. Mr. Burkel Mr. Cajet Mr. Campbell , • - i ■Nb ? Ki; " ' jB " £r ■ ■• ' M m Mr. Porter Mr. Schnurr Mr. Skuban Girls ' Physical Education Miss Heitmann Mrs. Burkel Mrs. Corrigan Miss Fitts Miss Morris Miss Parkhousc Mi s Sclimitz Miss Sonkin r, m ■ And mosl imporlani. beware of backseal drivers! " warns Mr. Galla. Driver Education Miss Swift Mrs. Wise Mr. Kctdeborough Mr. Earl Ml. l-lLkc:, Mr. (;alla Mr. Ilarmij S5 Guidance ■ W- TN Miss Carlson Mr. Cocking Miss Haerr Mr. Hoosline Mr. Larson Mr. Redig Mr. Sortal Mr. Thomas Dr. Wigell " You shouldn ' t have any trouble getting into college, " I remarks Mr. Sorul to a National Merit Finabst. School Social Worker School Psychologist Honiebound Instruction Mrs. Ruseiuha) Dr. Scandrette Mr. Bandelier Healtli Center Miss Stevens Miss Massmann Miss Springer Library Mrs. t.pMiin Mr. FolloweU Miss I ' onai Miss Shao ' skv Audio- ' isual Coordinator Mr. Kambis Special Education Speech Correction Miss Stewart M A t 1 " A 1 Readuig Specialist f ' V f » Y i Mr. Grandstaff Mrs. Hatch Secretarial and Clerial Staffs West Division BACK ROW: J. Polcyn, S. Szymanski, D. Mayzel, H. Snyder, E. Kaiser, H. Schaefer, H. McGinnis, I. Kornbluth. CENTER ROW: C.McCann,E.Petsch, B. Blum, L. Schmidt, D. Scanlan, M. Bellezzo. FRONT ROW: E. Zehnle, M. Thomas, T. Bass, P. Ham- mond, M. Maggie, B. Novotny. Central B. CK ROW: G. Leaply, R. Bisenthrop, E. Comitor, M. Marshall, L. Carlson, V. Wagner. CENTER ROW: R. Oswald, F. Shaffer, H. Johnson, G. Stol- lary, I,. Lubin. FRONT ROW: S. Pearl, A. Pazan, A. Haltmann, F. Stacy. o 1 ey P 1 h0j LAST ROW: V. KUley, A. Mitz, L McClosky, C. Helman, A. Racana, XL Nemich, R. Cosgrove. SECOND ROW: E. Westberg, H. Zajac, V. Novotny, I. Bergstrom, . L Van Grinibergen, M Sinkule, L Sheridan, I.. Bowman. FIRST ROW: H. Binzer, S. Donnelly, ]. W ' eimer, R. Feldpausch, A. Kluesing, J. Randall. Cafeteria and Maintenance i? f ■; -r (T . • ' BACK KOW: J. Kulick. II. OClmann, 11 lit iicl). Eplry. A Bertram, E. Andcr.son, E. I ' oruiiski. i ' . Bmlick, II. Sione. FROM ROW: J. (;illmorc, I). Dinclll, F. Irwickl, J. Mctlovem. V. Wouk, A. Ross. P.T.A. lAST ROW: Mrs. M. Swanson (Treasurer), Mrs. F. Bick (Corresponding Secretary), Mrs. L Delfs (Record- ing Secretary). FIRST ROW: Mrs. J. Johnson (President), Mrs. J. Steele (First Vice-President), Miss E. Shaev- sky (Second Vice-President). Boosters fT -1 LAST ROW: J. Zelienka, H. Levine, D. Steele, M. Kluge, C. Kluge, C. Zdienka, E. WUson, J. WUson, E. English, G. Gilluly. FIRST ROW: C. Harms, E. Harms, R. English, D. Barclay, N. Mannos, H. Barclay, J. Steele. Not pictured: W. Handzel. ■ S;;fKi ' -S a : I - S " -. V-Pi ««. W V =, -N ? VV ' v ' =f ' ACTIVITIES They serve, they lead, they follow . . . The spectrum of those in our activities Is wide and varied. It ranges from white Vivace formals To red Letterman ' s sweaters. From majorette costumes To S. S. O. buttons. Orange combines Competition ' s red and laughter ' s yellow, The colors of our clubs and organizations. moi i ::ii fl 62 • ff Iii ' »r4r» ' i I , mnw - t! V V !( HUV W VW ■« It:? fLJil r. IW - E c -.-•- ' ' -» ' • ' • fi . 63 spectrum As varied as the colors of the rainbow are the jobs the members of the Spectrum staff find themselves doing. These, perhaps, cannot be appreciated by anyone who has not worked on the yearbook. They include not only the endless tasks of sorting pic- tures, writing copy, and making the whole mass of photos and words into an organized unit, but providing for sales and distri- bution. The result of all this work is a book meant to display all the colors and aspects of school life. Editors Last row: Mr. Geismann, I. Krause (Activities Editor), L. Hocli (Sports Editor), J. Graliam (Index Co-Editor), C. Rubner (Sports Co- Eklitor), J. Netzky (Underclassmen Editor). First row: J. Glassberg (Faculty F ditor), P. Bolotin (Literary Editor), L. Gra- ham (Editor-in-Ciiief), S. Boime (Lidex Co-Editor), S. Gilbert (Senior Section Editor). Asst.-t ant Editors Last row; D. Rosga (Business Manager), L. Cohn (Assistant Underclassmen Editor), L. Adami ( Typing Staff Chairman ). First row; K. Pakier (.Assistant Senior Section Editor), P. Marz (Assis- tant Academic Editor), J. Gordon (Assistant Faculty Editor). Copywhtrrs I st row; T. Nyberg, F. Braudc, . I. Gllckman, C. Balm, S. Bamow. First row: R. Wlneberg, S. Kromelow, J. Jagger, E. Karlin. 6S West Word J. Foster (Assistant Editor-in-chief), B. Newman ( Editor-in-chief). L. Perhnan, B. Codell, P. Bolotin, P. Rotheiser( Managing Editor), J. Foster, B. Newman. The West Word serves the purpose of being the eyes, ears, and voice of Niles West. More often than not, it is the school ' s conscience. It is no accident that the West Word has been awarded a first place standing by Columbia University. The West Word staff is a closely knit organization which meets daily to work on the bi-weekly periodical. The West Word itself contains news of all sorts, ranging from editorials to cartoons, and topical school news to school anecdotes. There can be no doubt that the West Word is the most widely read book cover in Niles West. B. Bolotin (Co-feature Editor), B. Codell ( Sports Editor), L. Perl- man ( Co-feature Editor). lAST ROW: D. Siein ( Triasurir), S. Biinelli. J Jaggcr, C. Lcn- zen, J. Fried, C. Anderson. I.. Anderson, J. Rauxbaum, A. Tabor, N. Brooks. M. Krazin, (Board), J. Trowbridge, . I. Ruben, J. Arts Club The students of Niles West compri se a vast melt- ing pot of tastes and ideas for the Seven Lively Arts. In order to accommodate this assortment of interests. Arts Club, was created to appeal to the off-beat as well as the high-brow and the middle-brow. To explore the unchartered lands of the arts. Arts Club has organized safaris to symphonic con- certs, jazz and folk festivals, art exhibits, the Lyric Opera, and jazz ballets. At the weekly meetings. Local natives perform, exhibiting colorful talents. In short, anything dealing with cultural activity, from Aztec philosophy to Afro-Cuban rhythms, may be found at Arts Club. Krdman. KIRSf ROW: C. Becker. 1). iJbernian. D. Sloiie, S. .Martin. L Ix in. S. Hansen. N. Comberg. S. Barnow, J. Green- berg. 1.. (Graham. ¥.. Seidnian. K. Tsuncla. . Ir. Gragg. Apothe eosis In its past lew literary contests, Apotheosis, the honorary Niles West writing guild, has received entries about everything from " The Phvsical Fitness of the American Nose " to " The Beatles and Their Adventures, " and dozens of entries on the horrors of atomic war. Actually, Apotheosis offers those in- terested in creative writing the chance to display their talent. Two contests are held annually, one for freshmen and one for the entire student bodv, and the winning manuscripts are published in the Apotheosis magazine, which comes out every spring. ■iiiiiiiitj ti[iaiij33]j||j SKGONO ROW S. I ' eai, L (iraliam, 1 ' . Z.ile.snv. J Graham, .Mr. Gragg, I). Ilallenian, G. Anderson, . . Slrauss, P Bololln. FIRST ROW: M Rulgard, T. Nyberg (Treasurer), S Barnow (Vice I ' n-sidnil), . . Kaa ' h(Pr«sidenl), K Dunsuri .Set ri-i.iry), J. Jacob- son (Publicily Ghairman), S Klatih 67 LAST ROW: H. Jensen, H. Lerner, H. Katz, D. Douglas, M. Kipnis, M. Fung, H. Greenman, R. Anderson, C. Honnet, C. Levin, S. Cohen, J. Ermilio. FOURTH ROW: B. Torenko, N. Anderson, L Hooh, M. Jennings, J. Timmer, S. Kaluzna, C. Zabolocky, J. Ricordati. THIRD ROW: E. Ekstein, B. Braude, B. Rosenberg, C. Soldinger, V. Amado, E. Brooks, J. Potkin, F. Braude. SECOND ROW: S. Sager, L Shiner, D. Flitner, D. Drews, M. Pysno, L Cohn,J. Epstein. FIRST ROW: N. Karch, C. Kahan, I. Rallner, I. Krause, A. Lapins, S. Seidman. Student Council members- Nancy Karch, Barbara Braude, Jeff Potkin, President Mitch Yelen, and Treasurer Mike Place- at work. Student Council The athletic pass and the school calendar are among Student Council ' s proudest achievements dur- ing the past year. An organization comiirised oi members from all lour classes, this representative body attempts to serve the entire student body, by raising money to support theA.K.S. program through the Ugly Man Contest and the Candy Bar Drive, and bv supervising a study hall before school. How- ever, not all of Student Council ' s projects are con- cerned onlv with the Niles West students. Through the Bundles Day ' s Drive and the Canned Goods Drive, used clothing and canned foods were sent to needy families. Miss Paras and Bob .Anderson set tiie table for the Interim League Hospitality Night. SITTING: M. Yelen (President), J. Netzky ( Vice President). ST. NDING: M. Place (Treasurer). ], Ryden ( Recording Secretary); Miss Paras, D. Stein ( Corresponding Secretary). 69 Student Union Board Creating an atmosphere of pleasure and entertainment for the after-school hours is the job of tlie Niles West Stu- dent Union Board. Music for dancing Creating an atmosphere of pleasure and entertainment for the after-school hours is the job of the Niles West Stu- dent Union Board. Music for dancing is provided and a full-length motion picture is featured at each student union evening. This year ' s unions have in- cluded " Hayday ' 65 " with square danc- ing and the movie " Seven Brides for Seven Brother " ; " West a Go-Go " with music by the Centuries and the movie " Breakfast at Tiffany ' s " ; and the annual Christmas dance, " The Twelfth Night. " Student Union Board members- RonaImmergluck,Charlene Stern, Mark Kipnis, Pam Rotter, and Ila Krause- serve punch at tiie Christmas Dance. Students square dance at " Hayday ' 65. " L ST ROW: M. Kushner, B. Bcrkovir.S. U-ick, H. Jensen, D. Sallzman, E. Mcnaker, J. Hogluiid. M. Nadlcr, V. Fabbro. THIRD ROW: R. Immergluck. c. Stem. R. Berman, J. Foster, S. Seidman, I. Krause, E. Gold- stein, Y. Morris. SECOND ROW: D. Rest, L Perlman, . I. Lindberg, S. Katz, P. Rotter, R.Goundas. FIRST ROW: D. Reicherts (Co-ordi nator), J. Ermilio (Secretary), .M. Kipnis (president), . l. Fried (Vice-President), M. Lenell (Treasurer). President Mark Kipnis checks coats. 1 -t!l B -m m _ _ -• Pv J]J H £ " l-M i M(jl m IT? i - . 4 k i ' Vk S.S.O. Executive Board. SEATED; R. Immergluck, S.Gilberl,H. Weiner, B. Bolnick. STANDING: J. Timmer (Head Chairman), B. Levin, B. Wagner. S.S.M. STANDING: G. Carlson, D. Reichert, R. Kreiter, P. Helford, D. Apelian. SEATED: D. Strahn, B. Levin(Head Supervisor S.S.M.), S. Gilbert(Head Secretary S.S.M. ), S. Wellner. S.S.O. The Niles West equivalent of a student police force is S.S.O., the Student Service Organization. Monitors supplied by S.S.O. watch the halls and regulate study halls. S.S.O. does a real and neces- sary job. Monitors are sponsored by the S.S.M. branch ol the organization; S.S.S.H. provides for die study halls; and the students in S.S.D.,or Special Services Division, collect passes and attendance sheets. This whole organization is overseen by the S.S.O. E.vecutive Board, which meets dailv. S.S.S.f{. STANDING: T. . Iatzkin. T. Widcrquist, C.KozioI.E. Jacobs, I.. Gus,si5. -SLVTED: M. Yelen, R. Iiiimergluck ( Head Secretary S.S.S.H. ), B. Wagner ( Head Supervisor S.S.S.H.). R. Odess. S.S.D. STANDING: N. Anderson, B. Katz, H. Kalz, D. Heilbron, D. Hirschtik. SEATED: H. U-mcr, H. W ' einer ( Head Secretary S.S.D. ), B. Bolnick (Head Super ■iscr S.S.D ), B Uavitt. THIRD ROW: S. W ' inslow, B. Proesel, C. Dubas, J. Busier, L. Anderson, A. Weinsteiu, P. Rilter; S. Hep- burn, S. Katz, S. Scully, L. Weinberg. SECOND ROW: R. Berman, G. Olson, C. Motykie,. R. Wiczer, N. Ak- erly, S. Johnson, R. Strauss, R, Gassman, N. Allen, A. Steinberg. FIRST ' ROW: E: Feijiberg, S. Sweadner, F. Tropstein( Treasurer), G. Kalmis(Fresidcnt),C.Krong( Vice-President), L. Adami CSccretaly), M. Mulford, W. Wuli, P. Boseworth. Girls ' Club Girls ' Club combines service and en- joyment. Yearly, the club sponsors and promotes a service project in which the whole school participates. This year the project was to send old, but still useful toys to underprivileged children at ( ' hristmas. Its members sense the feeling of compassion which develops from per- forming a worthy or charitable deed. For these girls, the old adage, " the pleasure is in giving, not receiving " be- comes a reality. Ushers ' Club Poise and courtesy are the main attri- butes of the thirty Junior and Senior girls chosen to serve as ushers at school and community functions. The girls have assisted at school plays, concerts, and meetings. Their goal is to gain the privilege of serving at such affairs as the Pioneer Women ' s Benefit and at a performance of Oliver at Chicago ' s Schubert Theatre. LAST ROW: S. Shapiro, E Pakier, C. Liesse, D. Newton, H. Jensen, K. Fryskdale, J. Hoglund, G. Thomp- son, S. Rek, N. Kaufman, D. Leaply, N. Weinberg. THIRD ROW: E Rajski. P. Bundt, S. Carlisle, M. Mul- ford, V. Fabbro, M. Kitz, M. Tuchow, C. Menna, S. Winslow. SECOND ROW: L. Heftman, L. Forst, S. Sweadner, L Prehnal, S. Scully, B. Entman, S. Click, C. Brown. FIRST ROW: C. Hajduk (Secretary), S. Katz (Vice-President), B. Illian( President), J. Girmoin (Treasurer). Audio- Visual Education Contributing a niultididc ot incclian- ical and nnicli technical work to tlic vital art ol coninuinication between the teacher and tiie student are the assist- ants oi Audio-Visual Education. As trained personnel, they operate and serv- ice numerous instructional materials lor the teachers including films, records, and tapes. TOP: Dr. Cobun, M. Forman, S. Uss, B. Truesdell.J. Tliompson, J. Mdselman. MIDDLE: M. Siem, J. Tasli, Mrs. Tobey Bass, Mr. Rambis(Coordinalor), J. Spiegel. G. Bellos. BOTTO.M: G. Kolodzik. . . Speigel, R. Sears, K. While. STANDING; G. Klodzik, G. Klopp, E. Heinrich. D. Scars. R. Homboe. SITTING: J. Kirke. Camera Club . comliination of creativity and tech- nical skill is necessary for the plioto- graphv and development of a finislied print. The shutterbugs of Camera Club strive to master the use of tlie camera in order to do photography work for various school organizations and events. Contributions have been made to school publicity and UV.v Word. and the junior cameramen are willing to volunteer their ser •ices upon request. 7S r LEFT ROW: T. Kirke (President), B. Roberts (Secretary), A. Weiss (Vice-President), J. Glaus (Asst. Secre- tary). RIGHT ROW: T. Meyer, I. Shapiro, T. Torp, T. Karr. Chess Club Foresight, judgment, and a sharp sense of movement make a good chess player. Members of this club enjoy the game of chess and work together to achieve the high standards of a master. Bridge Club The recent formation of Bridge Club indicates the wide variety of interests among the students at Niles West. Members learn the fascination of bridge playing through experience gained at weekly meetings. These valuable tech- niques are essential knowledge for every member of the team when they participate in tournaments with bridge clubs from other schools. Further, the members learn early a wholesome, intellectually challenging pastime. STANDING: D. Neubauer, R. Turner, J. Berger, C. Hoffman, M. Berger, M. Rosenberg. SEATED: J. Graff (President), Mrs. Kujala, R. Issaaccson. 76 k LAST ROW: C. Anderson, K. Koral, P. Xolt, S. Rek. K. Krecgier. FIRST R(W: K. Tsuneta (Prcsidcni). N. Kauffnian( Secretary and Treasurer), J. Xaclibauer(SergeantofArms). Ingenue The members of Ingenue work to develop their home- making skills and perfect die art of being girls while on the way to becoming women. Hi-Y For boys, Hi-Y represents a year round method of becoming better citizens. Twice a week meetings are held followed by sports activities. In the summer, representatives are sent to a Hi-Y Congress and members attend the annual youth Legislature in Springfield. Through action these boys develop high standards of service and morals. STANDING: R. Johnson. J. Sinkule, .Mr. Friedman, R. Joiinson, M. Martindale, L Hook. SEATED: T. Sinkule, G. Hirshman (Vice-President and Treasurer). J. Donnelly ( President), H. Sosin. German Club Through German Club, interested students explore the culture and cus- toms of Germany. Their annual plans include a Christmas party, a banquet at a German restaurant, lectures and slides of Germany, and trips to see movies in German. LAST ROW; M. Kushner, G. Shank, J. Hoffman, M. Braun, I. Fydruch, L Anderson, C. Szelag, A. Sterner, R. Bernstein, B. Kuhn, M. Risenberg, R. Schwarts, R. Turner. THIRD ROW: P. Angelino, N. Grauman, B. Kuhn, L Meier, J. Galanis, L. Krasner, B. Hirsch, M. Ross, K. Anderson, N. Kauffman, B. Katz, M. Isbicky. SECOND ROW: A. Tischler, R. Medak, P. Waher, D. Lee, P. Maiz, A. Dachman, K. Bich, M. Baker, D. Stone, B. Romen, E. Berke. FIRST ROW: S. Jacob (Secretary), S. Horwitz (Vice-President), H. Lerman (President), S. Doppeh(Sergeant-at-Arms), R. Rosenbloom( Treasurer). LAST ROW: J. Singer, D. Apelian, J. Bold, F. Biga, M. Grejbowski, K. Braden, M. Pepper, A. Rolla, J. Lavin, R. Boston, J. Fleischman, A. Stein, P. Szabady, H. Gurion, S. Novak. THIRD ROW: S. Mader, C. Anderson, M. Gordon, R. Spencer, L. Cohen, K. Fryksdale, M. Marsh, B. Kaufman, D. Stieber, C. Hidaka, M. Nidas, S.Sager. SECOND ROW; Mrs. Schwab, R. Otten, N. Fortman, S. Lerner, P. Aidonis, M. Schwarz, C. Mader, M. Goldberg, W. Iverson, I. Zacher, C. Fortman. FIRST ROW: E. Jacobs (Vice-President), A. Keuper (Program Chairman), D. Murphy (President), S. Regula (Secretary), M. Rosenberg ( Treasurer). Latin Club Sumus Potentes Quasi Rotnanio - is the motto of Latin Club. The purpose of this club is to reconstruct and relive ancient Roman culture and acquaint members with the effects of the Roman Empire on modern laws, language, and architecture. This year a new innovation has been developed. First year students were sold as slaves to second, third, and fourth year students. Their freedom was withheld until the annual banquet at the end of the year. Money used to " buy " these slaves went into the club treasury. French Club In addition to the academics of language, French ( " luh sponsors activities to high- light the cuhure ot their " second country " . Tliis year tlie cluh lias seen a phiy lu-rlorined by a touring company of French actors and has taken a iieUl iri|) to view impression- istic paintings at the Art Institute. The annual iKincjuel held at a French restaurant closes the year. All the.se events provide interesting and eiijovahle experiences which increase the knowledge of members in French customs and altitudes. TOP ROW: C. Bieracli, R. Eidtliotr, F. Pakier, R. Cowin, L. Gordon, . I. Salon, S. Eiscniiamnicr, S. Tolchin, Y. Gordon, L. SciiafTer, B. .Martin,]. Horwilz, M. Frazin, D. Glasgou. FOURTH ROW: L. .Messer, S. Stone, C. Palmer, L. Herman, M. Rubin, B. Block,]. Friduss, G. Turbin, S. Schapiro, C. Dick. M. Norling, D. Alex H. Levin. THIRD ROW: S. Krone. A. Begoun, R. Adier, L. Reilman, S. Clemen, P. Rotter, A. Norris, A Flesclike, M. Kilz, ]. Click, C. Fcregi. SECOND ROW: B. Starh, C. Mechia, B. Romen, ]. Kantor, B. Ent- man, C. Glubok, R. Cher viet, L Keker, E. Schneider. FIRST ROW: I. Weiss ( Treasurer), G. .Stern (Sergeant at-Arms), S. Leick (Vice-President), R. Odess (President), S. Peuittjue (Recording Secretary), .M. Ijndberg (Corresponding Secretary). Russian Club Students of the Russian language and culture join Russian Club. Events this year include trips to the Leningrad and Moiseyev Ballets, speakers who have visited Russia, attendance at Christmas and a spring party, and participation In a Russian contest, for which the winner ' s prize is a two week trip through Russia. 1 w o rs 1 M L ST ROW: A. Weiss, R. Cordon, T. Torp, E. Mcnakcr. T hUidon, B. lorcnko. J. tl don, J. Gordon, C. Maca. THIRD ROW: T. Karr, F. Hollzman, M. Ixrncr. S. Kaufcr, B. Potoder. . 1. Fried. D. Tokeslil, M. Sllvcn. SECOND ROW: ]. Linn (Sponsor), P. .Morris, L Rebbc. J. (;ordon, C. F.gcl, C. Moiykle. K Blck. FIRSI ROW P Wilt. A Chicn (Secretary), S. Ixwis (Vicc-Pn-sidciil), M. Collons (Praldeni), .M. .Mlits. r nFTH ROW: K. Collins, C. Grobman,B. Silverman, S. Sandman, R. Massey, D. Olsher, W. Rand, R. Adler, S. Goldner, J. Bussert. FOURTH ROW: S. Olson, C. Soldinger, C. Lang, B. Goldberg, C. Pearlman, G. Croft, ' I. Katz, J. Cohen, R. Hymes. THIRD ROW: G. Garoon, C. Goundas, M. Bereskin, R. Weiss, J. Kirke, N. Wineberg, C. Becker, S. Chankin, A. Leavitt,J. Brown. SECOND ROW: M. David, M. Herman, B. Sostrin, A. Barrash (Secretary), R. Golbus, L Androw, E. Starkman. FIRST ROW: J. Shapiro ( Vice-President), L. Koenig( President), E. Bell ( Treasurer). Spanish Club " Rojo Grande - Big Red " is one of the largest organizations of Niles West. Meetings are varied and interesting and members can expect anything from learning the Mexican Hat Dance to breaking the Piiiata at the annual Christmas Party. Trips are made to see Latin American entertainment such as the Ballet Folklorico. The high point of the year comes with the Spanish Club dinner, an authentic Mexican feast. This popular activity deepens the member ' s appreciation of Mexican and South American culture. FOURTH ROW; B. Baruck, C. Dubas, C. Lesse, D. Halteman, C. Miller, B. Silver, M. Horwitz, L. Kaplan, S. Colton, M. Lamberty, E. Brandzel, A. Tabor. THIRD ROW: S. Colbert, F.. Brandt, D. Blumenthal, J. Schector, S. Helland, B. Kletnick, B. Fine, G. Wernikotf, K. Elden, L. Chaplik. SECOND ROW: E. Brooks, T. Soloman, B. Braude, K. Tritschler, E. Karson, S. BonetU, J. Jagger, S. Sulle, N. Akerly. FIRST ROW: S. Grossman, M. Lenell, A. Shaw, J. Truesdale, J. Luber, J. Cornelison, J. Goldman, S. Bamow, D. Levy, S. Spiwak. THIRD ROW; G. Teaclierson, G. KIciman, R. Gurduii ( Treasurer), T. Turp. T. lUidz. L lla«nburg, K. Dia- mond. D. Smith. I.. Siedband, J. Kaplan (Co- Via--l ' residiiit ), S. Monviu ( ()i)- ' ia--Prfsidcnl). . . Weiss. G. Oleksey. SEGOND ROW: Mr. Rakitan (.Sponsor), J. Gordon, W. Roberts, F. Iloltzman, D. .Marshack, G. Kgcl (Seerctary), P. Goorlas, E. Ruttner, T. Karr, I.. Levin, Mr. Salner.s (Sponsor). FIRST ROW: D. Worl- man, S. .Mimn. C. Melin. .M. Spiegel. M. Crane. S. Rodiell. B. Iverson. J. Tasli. D. Fried. D. Rubin. Bio-Chcmistry Club Weekly meetings of Bio-Chemistry Club include lectures by members of the faculty, outside speakers from local industrial plants, and experimentation by the students. The main purpose of the club is to further interest in biology and chemistry. Possible Held trips include visits to a crime lab, The Field Museum of Natural History, and a tour through a nearby research laboratory. Bio- chemistry Club also sponsors the Harrison Award which is given to the student with the best science project research paper. Astronomical And Aeronautics Club Busy with many interesting projects, members of the Astronomical and Aeronautics (]lub further their know- ledge while they enjoy themselves. One oi the main projects this year consists of building a six-inch reflecting telescope which, when completed, will remain with the school as an addition to the science department. The club holds " star parties " frequently, in which members observe the wonders of the universe first-hand. This year offered a special treat-a lunar eclipse. Such activities as these encourage scientific research and stimulate interest in a field which always welcomes novices. SEATED; D. Nelson (President), R. Flo- din (Vice-President), G. Teaclierson (2nd Vice-President), M. Gold, L. Hasenberg (Secretary). STANDING: D. Wortman. E. Chen, G. Hirshman, V. Chow, R. Sears, M. Horwitz. J. Kuke, S. Mann. SECOND ROW: J. Waller (Treasurer), D. Halteman (Corresponding Secretary). FIRST ROW: J. Ostergaard (Vice-President), J. Clausen (President), S. Regula (Recording Sec- retary). Future Nurses Club The Future Nurses Club, which was inaugurated in 1956, is one of the first clubs of this type in the Cook County area. The purpose of this club is to provide a setting in which young people who are interested in nursing as a career can meet to share that interest and explore the opportunities and requirements in the field. The main objective of this club is that of assisting the student in making a reasonably certain decision as to her life ' s work. This objective is attained by exposing her to the nursing environment. Club activities include service project work, films on various phases and fields of nursing, speakers in allied fields, lectures on the many levels of nursing education, and visitations to hospitals and schools of nursing. Social activities include a May tea which parents are in- vited to attend and a pinning cereinony where their daughters are officially enrolled in the club. The club also participates in home- coming and concession sales. Future Teachers of America One of the most active groups, the Niles West Chapter of Future Teachers of America, interests people in the teaching profession and gives them a head start in becoming good in- structors. F.T.A. sponsors the Student Tutor- ing Program and the annual Christmas Party for Niles West Teachers. Members take trips to local colleges and schools of special educa- tion to appreciate better teacher ' s training and work. Club partic ipants learn to identify the qualities and aptitudes related to successful teaching. Special lectures are held frequently with various teachers as guest speakers. STANDING: R. Kovac, D. Leapley, C. Bergstrom, P. McArdle, B. Kuhn, J. Schechter, C. ZiiT. SECOND ROW: A. Tabor, N. Schmidt (Publicity Chairman), C. French (Secretary), L Heftman (Vice-President), C. Zabolocky (President), M. Berman (Treasurer), G. Fisher, L. Lepp, R. O ' Neill. FIRST ROW: K. O ' Brien, G. Kaufman, L. Smith, C. Walter, C. Williams, K. Scaturo, N. Akerly, S. Clyinan, L. Flammini, S. Lieberman, C. Maclnnes, C. Sklodowski, A. Steinberg. Radio-Electronics Club It is coiiinion to find llic imiiihcrs of Radio- Kltttronics (Hub .stiidviiig the (.-oiiiijlicalfd work- iiij s ol a radio or some olliir ilictronii device. Members are not satislied mereh bs the sounds thai a radio enal)les them to liear. Tliey ex- plore the mysterious world (jl electronics. Af ter research and experimentation the members of tliis club put their discoveries into |)ractical use by operating tiieir own amateur radio station and building electronic components. SKCONl) ROW; J. Kcmiiiu, . . Rowell, J. Brice, R. .Xiilslrom. . I. Ijuer, G. Klcinian. FIRST ROW: S. Rosengard, H. SandrotT, M. Ellas, L. Downing, L Brown. Math Club The opportunity to investigate deeply the world of numbers is offered to mathe- matically inclined students by the Math Club. Although this organization meets during the entire year ' its main function is to prepare interested students for the annual Madi Contest held in March. TOP ROW: R. (irauinan, A Wdssman, M. Ijvcr, I., llascnbcrg, .M. Kcllcy, A. UfshlB. BOTTOM ROW: D. Rubin, D. Wortnian. 1.. Lcwlii. C. Mdln. U. Fried. THIRD ROW: T. Thorp,]. M ' Ardle, W. Heine, L. Hasenberg, A. Weiss, G. Teacherson. SECOND ROW: B. Gilbert. R. Gordon, J. Erdman, B. Roberts, T. Karr. FIRST ROW: A. Chien, M. Crane, L. Hoff, J. Gordon, S. Kiniura. Science Seminar The purpose ol Science Seminar is to acquaint these selected students of science with the objectives, methods, and interrelations of as many of the sciences as possible. Guest speakers from industries or colleges, field trips, students reporting on projects, outstanding science films, and a special library and filing system are available to seminar members. It is hoped that this supplemental edu- cation will aid students in selecting a college curriculum and in choosing a suitable career. Speech Club TOP ROW; B. Stark, R. Katz, J. Carbon, J. Thompson, chot, J. Goldman, D. Stein, ]. Whetniore; j. Klein, M. Seidman. Speech makes the ready man. Thus it is the aim of the Niles West speech team to help each of its members to develop excellence in verbal communication and an effi- ciency in quick, logical thinking. This year each student had the choice of competing in ten events that fell into the two categories -interpretation and oratory. Special events of the club included the trip to Illinois State Normal Uni- versity in Bloomington, Illinois. In its second year of interschool competition, the team was very successful, with several members winning first place trophies. B. Goldnar, R. Fladin. MIDDLE ROW: Mrs. Pin- Stone. BOTTO.M ROW: C. Miller, J. Biuxbaum, S. SKCONI) HOW: J. Banhi.nay, K. {luisu J- ' laiiHiiti. C, WilM.n. L Colin, Mr. lilackburn. HKSi ROW. J. (lolcl, 0. Krit ' dmun, J. Bt-aird, C Kudowicz. Art Council Although Art Council is a small group, it has a select purpose: to expose the school and the community to the graphic arts. Student art shows and stude nt paintings in the lounges and the cafeteria enhance otherwise plain surroundings. The only qualifica- tion for membership is that the students have a keen interest in art and spread this interest. Debate Transferring one ' s thoughts and ideas clearly and effectively to a for- mal audience is an art of difficult achievement. The Debate Club culti- vates this craft among students who command talent in oratory or who desire skill in rhetoric. This organi- zation participates in contests with other schools. These competitions provide the club ' s members with the experience and gradually the con- fidence necessary to become a really polished speaker-sometimes consid- ered a dying art. IjV.ST HOW: T Karr. J Horwitz, J. (itirdoii. K. IVlcrson, K. Kaplan. 1 lorj). . . W arady. 1.. Kaplan. A. Ufeshltz. FIRST ROW: A. Oberroinian. C, Fantclskts, M, Warady, I. Zachcr. A. Mandell. S. Splwak. BS FOURTH ROW: B. Cooper, P. Angelino, B. Gilbert, B. Berman, C. lUan, M. Elias, E. Strahl, S. Metrick, D. Alex, L. Berman, C. Kahan, L. Lawrence, S. Schlim. THIRD ROW: Miss Eileen Zelznick (Sponsor), P. Bolotin, M. Lenell, M. Reitman, B. Freedman, I. Fydrish, L. Hock, S. Wishnoff, D. Kochler, A. Kovalsky, M. Moss, J. Neuky, S. Starr, L. Lavin. SECOND ROW: C. Brown, B. Muth, P. Yamagushi, K. Bach, A. Kaplan (Treasurer), S. Shiner (President), J. Hoffberg (Recording Secretary), D. Levy (Vice-President), S. Tobiansky, L Zacher. FIRST ROW: K. Natkin, A. Tischler, B. Smith, I. Weiss, J. Conrad, R. Strauss, B. Zimmerman, L. Lloyd. Thespians Before a school production can be a success, many students must work on the numer- ous crews responsible for every job involved in a theatrical presentation. The members of Thespians represent these various divisions of dramatics. While some students gain their membership by performing on sta ge, others perform the necessary behind stage duties. TOP ROW: J. Goldman, M. Rochman, L. Berman,]. Kaluzna, R. Wineberg, C. Miller, D. Zoltek, H. Lebo- viU, J. Schechter, R. Wiczer, S. Kotin. MIDDLE ROW: B. Silverman (Treasurer), L. Shiner ( Secretary), Mr. Gallagher, S. Lieberman (President), A. Steinberg ( Vio President), B. Sostrin. FIRST ROW: C. Soldin- ger, L. Smith (Chairman of Planning Committee), J. Kantor, S. Tobiansky, L. Nehart, J. Klein, R. Kirs- tein, S. CUankin, M. Bereslein. Spotlighters Spotlighters, the " litde theater " of Niles West, consists of freshman and sophomores interested in the art of the theater. During the year, Spodighters usually present a series of brief, one act plays which provide an evening of entertainment and enjoy- ment. This year several Thespian members served as student directors for these plays, thereby initiating a closer affiliation between the two organizations. Stage And Lighting Providinj service for the fall and spring |)lays, Pow- ' o v, and special assemblies, tlie Stage and Lighting crews have major roles in all of West ' s dramatic productions. Because ol the s|)ecial cliccls the crews can create, they are ininienscly imjjortant to the efTedvencss ot the shows. Working hard bt-lorc .i i)lay arc .Stage and Lighting (irt ' w nietitbfrs liob Ht-riiiaii and Barb lUian. l. SI KOW: II W ' ilandir. J I lioniini-.. K Kr.iiix II Sini.iii, K. Stoli . S. Kal . J Uingc. .SKCOM) ROW: Mr Callimliir. . I. Klias. li Itirinan. li llli.iii. K Miriiian. .M Wciivir. I), liirsili. Mr. Calzarma. KIKST KOW: ' . Cliaiiibcrlaln. C. .Moiiri-. 11 llaainbarili. 1. Iln.»n. 11 Cilbin. li llarlhulmv. C. KiidoHlce. 87 Vivace LAST ROW; S. Golberg, M. Glickman, S. Mader, L. Nelson, M. Lamberty, D. Haltemann, E. Goldber, S. Sager, D. Kohler, M. Haffner, S. Sepesy, A. Tabor. SECOND ROW: L. Levin, B. Cooper, P. Walters, S. Stille, K. Peterson, B. Peter- son, D. Friedman, L. Seligman, C. Lamb, A. Barrash, R. Medak, L. Zar. FIRST Choir 88 LAST ROW: M. Baker, N, Arnold, R. Olson, B. Goetz, G. Jantz, D. Koehler, T. Wasmund, F. Diamon, S. Wishnoff, J. Johnson, C. Jobes, J. Ingebretson, J. Brice, L. Anderson, A. Weinstein, S. Shiner, G. Davis, S. Sepesy, M. Hoffner. THIRD ROW: C. Peterson, S. Golberg, P. Walter, S. Tobiansky, M. Glickman, S. Sager, M. Reitman, A. Weiss, L. Killey, D. Jacobson, R. Flodin, J. Thompson, T. Martorano, S. Nadler, L. Bcr- man, J. Whetmore, L. Maltz, E. Goldberg, L. Nelson. SECOND ROW: B. Peterson, B. Cooper, L. Levin, B. Music Activities Tlif falling snow of the Christmas program, the marching band ' s brightly colored uniforms, and the orchestra ' s polished pcrforinancc in " The King and I " rellcct the variety of Niles West s music department. Students skilled in vocal music begin in the Mixed Chorus and Girls ' Glee; from there, they advance to Choir and X ' ivace. Those who play instruments move from intermediate Band to Concert Band. Concert Orchestra, and Stage Band. Music students participate in many areas of school life. They put on an annual Christmas festival and a May Concert. Thev contribute to evervthing from basketball games to Com- mencement. ROW: T. Nybcrg, S. Lucas, B. Johnson. G. Tislier. C. Krcncli, B. Zimmerman. J Schcctiler, J. Brook.s. M. Cohen, K. Ginlcr, C. Williams, J. . ledak, . Ir. Mc- GeeC Sponsor). At the piano; L. Hannian. J. Trowbridge. ' fy ' i ' fi aae ' V Zimmem.an. U Forazln.sk I. B .Mmh. K. Scnillo. K Ung. M . lo.,s. 1). S.eln,J. Dahl, 1) Ikrhncr. . 1 Cohen. J. Brooks, S. Sullc, . . Olson, ]. Busser, I.. Sellgman. FIRST ROW: S. Jacob, A. Tlschler, B. Johnson, n Friedman. C French. R. (laulhier. I. Weiss. R Heller, J. SlcHTen, W Wlltck, C. lloran. C. Kahn, J. Schu- man, N. Schaflner. A. Barrash, B. Slrimpel, S. loicas, Mr. . lc ;cc ( Sp.nsor). At the piano: J. Trowbridge, L. Haitman. Enthusiasm shown in a good rehearsal. Mixed Chorus Girls ' Glee LAST ROW: S. DeRuddcr, C. Dubas, M. Marsh, B, Bartholoniy, M. Hite, D. Halleman, M. Lamberty, C. Cedan, M. Borowski. B. Rabe, M. Gale, Mr. McGee. THIRD ROW: E. Seidman, G. Kaufman, L. Smith, C. Lang, L. Weinberg, L. Baumhardt, R. Triplett, S. Lieber- man, L. Plice, L. Lawrence, C. Weil. SECOND ROW: M. Bennett, L. Lynch, L. Shiner, K. Scully, J. Puccinelb, A. Tabor, M. Warady, J. Walter. FIRST ROW: B. I iss, J. Schechter, S. Bartrice, D. Greene, A. Lapins, C. Mader, T. Nyberg. LAST ROW: C. Kruger, K. Tarani, A. Leal, I. Rosen, J. Budy, L. Reltnian, S. Worth, J. Kramer. C. Honiiel. M. Newman, M. Samson, D. Poolii, B. Lynch, B. Herdrich, J. Cohn, C. Miller, V. Nelson, P. Balin, M. Norliiig. FOURTH ROW: J. Wrighl, S. Sevier, K. Collins, N. Wineberg, R. Hymes, A. Uavitt. M. David, M Krieler, M. Schimerlik. G. Chelcon, D. Karel, G. SedlofT, S. Zemee, S. Sandman, C. Tobias, A. Eckan, Mr. McGee (Sponsor). THIRD ROW: J. Nelz, P. Will, C. Cassata, J. Johnson, L. Corn, H. SandrolT, M. Barsky, N. Szymski, B. Uzzo, L. Opalka. SECOND ROW: B. Johnson, S. Goldner, L. Ross. L Zar. L. I vin, D. Oprea, M. Pierce, T. Sltin.selfer, D. Duebner, N. Sweadncr, J. Gucnlher. FIRST ROW: P. Bosworth, B. Stark, M. Beller, B, Schramck. B. Paulson, J. Pogue. J. Kahn. T Hill. B. Seidman. B. Soslria. •t LAST ROW: L. Wabner, D. Leaply, J. Dubow, J. Schippman. D. Nelson, B. Sternberg, L. Geni, S. Perr, L. Wilson, Mr.McGee.THIRDROW:R.Wiczer,P.Yanuigiichi, B. Kepper, K. Wehrmocher, T. Alessi, B. Flasch, J. Terdick, M. Zar, M. Gordon,]. Wehrmocher, B. Turner, T. Burkhardt, S. Foster, L. Kudla, J. Truesdale. SPXOND ROW: S. Bonetti, M. Mitts, G. Fisher, J. Madak, D. Spitz, J. Pentland, J. Kirke, K. Ginter, C. Hidaka, S. Hansen, D. Douglas. FIRST ROW: K. Tritschler, J. Bonetti, L. Brown, V, Siegelnian, F. Berger, M. Niclas, W. Taylor, I. Tritschler. At the piano: L. Hartman, J. Trowbridge. Orchestra Concert Band I. ST ROW: Mr. Grocling (dirertor). L Wilson, C. Faiiariis. I). I.indl. J I ' uciiinlli. R Davis. S. Michaels. j. darter. T. Sic ' ers. R. HoIini ue. I). Sunnc. (i. Ut)r -al. B. .Spikings. K. . iidcrstm. I,. Siedband. I). .Marshak, E. Heinrich. .M. Ruuncy, R Krmillio. I ' . MtTiiiil, T. Burkhardl. R Turntr. (;. Topper, N. Vaiibrundt, R Gill, J. Wrobel. J. Conrad. THIRD ROW: S. Gregory, J. Thonimes. I). .Alex. N. GomlHrg, B. Jensen. J. IVnl- land, W. Cornelius. J. Hawkins. . I. Shei)ard. J. Wehrrnacher. M. (iordon (Treasurer). A. Hackin. .M. Za (President). H. Priess. G. Freda. L. Pusl. J. Ritter. . I. Place. G. ' andenbosch. R. Steinberg. L (Icni. P. .Angel ino, C. Butlbach. SECOND ROW: D. .Anderson. J. Beck, S. Kempf, S. Kau, E. Halverson. . l. Geller, H Simon, S. Johnson, R. Uzzo, D. Neubauer. R. Wozniak, C. Rooncy, D. .Nelson. J. Bussert, S. Pcrr (Siuden Director and Drum .Major). FIRST ROW: K. Berger (Secretary). V. Siegelnian. J. Clauson. S. .Albert. C Williams, D. Spitz, L. Waladis, J. Kirke, J. Graham, L. Brown. Stage Band LAST ROW; G. Warner, M. Groeling, T. Kirke, L Cohen, J. Carter, J. Puccinelli, C. Hogan, J. Kornelly. FOURTH ROW: G. Freda, J. Work, G. Gundlach, M. Oscarson, J. Chikarashi, G. Shibe, R. Grauman, F. Berkover, K. Tusconbe, R. Salon, R. Pagni, G. Gassel, J. Levy. THIRD ROW: W. Smith, M. Norling, G. Auld, M. Bohlin, S. Claver, P. Spinks, S. Wallies, R. Cickhoff, H. Priess, G. Vandenbosch. SECOND ROW: M. Bell, N. Frohberg, R. Kraus, H. Baumhardt, M. Fisher, A. Fredrickson, N. Gomberg, D. Higus, C. Con- rad, R. Karp. FIRST ROW: N. Keller, K. Leavitt, M. Shik, K. Johnson, C. Johnson, L. Koran, V. Clauson. Intermediate Band TllIKl) ROW: J. Conrad, L. Wilson, I.. Brown (Substitute). SKCOND ROW: S. Pcrr ( Conductor), M. Zar. M. Shcpard.J. Wehrnmchcr, A. Hackin. FIRST ROW: M. Place, R. Gill, J. Rittcr, D. Neubauer, B. Spikings. Not Shown: N. Gomberg, F. Bergcr, J. Feldpausch. Z t - J iffi L H J ] Wti IP A H (V(..isitMi.tlt iIk- InstniincnLs arc llciil. Twirlers Sparkling batons, white boots, and colorful pom-poms all represent the Twirlers, or majorettes of Niles West. During the fall these enthusiastic girls practice every day so that they can par- ticipate in the half-time ceremonies at all the home football games. They also ap- pear in pep assemblies, and theirs is the privilege of leading the annual Homecoming parade. J. Regin, R. Gassman, N. Knochielmaii, S. Frisk. LAST ROW: C. Imliof, F. Moss, D. Jolinapolis, Miss Sciimitz (Sponsor), B. Friedman, B. Kate, sen. SECOND ROW: J. Zucarelli, S. Siiapiro(Secretary-Treasurer), J. Cooper (President), A. Tisci President), M. Rutgard. FIRST ROW: C. Slierman, M. Scliatten, J. HoBberg, S. Peterson. Orchesis Orchesis is dedicated to the art of the dance. Membership is limited, so girls who wish to join must audition. Members are selected on the basis of their ability to execute various dance techniques. The girls assemble once a week for an informal two hour practice session. Tradi- tionally, once a year, Orchesis presents a show for the entire school. Orchesis members also par- ticipate in the spring musical and occasionally entertain for different organizations. Aquasprites No splash is heard when tlic giacelul members of Aquasprites enter the water. On Thursday afternoons they can be lound practicing and phm- ning for their annual water show presented in the spring. TOP ROW: . 1. Alonas, X. Graumaii ( Prcsidcnl), S. Buslrum ( Vict-l ' risidciu), L Hc- landcr. G. Thomscn, H. Jensen, E. Harms ( Secretary), R. Evensen (( ' ... .. . Rep), S. Gornstein, P. Weiss. MIDDLE ROW; B. Bi Kk, B. Braude, D. Segal, L Ixjndgren. B. Wurman, G. Davis, S. Clemens, K. Joiinson. BOTTO.M ROW: L. Goldenberg, .M. Mils (Treasurer), A. Peterson, J. Silverslein, J. Truesdale, V. .Amado, R. Adier, E. Gilbert. " l HH ■ I R ;±. R s ? Hhk v HU ■ MBn Af " HVl I Kj flv w JB n Pf B LI •« b RV ■ B " R II ' 1 K Sk:: mt pv Br ' .-».X»-, B H H B ■A H .1 , ' ■ .• ' . «S " B V H 1 ■ - — M - - » • y ,! yf 4 jP - l % 1 |iV STANDING: L. Kudla, .M. Schwarz, L Hoff, C. Uesse, J. Pemland, D. Drews, D. I.eapley, B. llusler. SEATED: K. Petterscn (Treasurer), L. Pora inskl (President ). J. Kraemer (Secretary). K. Trltschler ( Vice- President). Cj.A.A. G.A.A. enables members to parUcipate in any of the acUviUes offered by the P.E. Dept. These sports include .Aquasprites, Orchesis, ,slimnastics. inter-scholasUc and intra- mural volleyball, badminton, basketball, tennis, and bowling. The r... .. . service pro- ject this year was an Easter Party held for the children at Cook County Hospital. G.A.A. also sponsors the annual Turnabout dance, which is open to the entire student body. VarsUy Cheerleaders: M. Fredson, B. Muth, D. Rosga,J. Nelson, L Adelman, J. Klaveter, M. Bass. BACK ROW: P. Zlotnick ( Mascot). Junior VarsUy Cheerleaders: B. Tash, C. Starkman, B. Schieren, K. Krone, M. Cooper. 98 Cheerleaders " Yea red, vca wliitc " ... is the cii- tliusiastic call of the ciieerleader.s. Wheth- er our team is winning or lo.sing die cheerleader has the enornious ta.sk of keeping the spirit high and the cheers organized. Inspiring school spirit, they are constandv representing Niles West and dius proving that " West is Best " . The vitality ol die cheerleaders generates pep to the fans at assemblies and loot- ball and basketball games. Frosh Cheerleaders: E. Slarkman, R. Golbus (Caplain). J. Rodnidc, S. Sandman (Allcrnalt), E. Kipnls. Soph Cheerleaders: W. Alder ( Caplain), S. Sliaiidliiig, K. Olson ( Alurnalc), R. SchwarO, S. Doppdt. . n if ri n J 9, M ffi e fbl ) • M-tr n n i fi CV TOP ROW; T. Widerquist, R. Levin, H. Katz, T. Dempsey, R. Lange, J. Aberman, E. Chez, L. Schuster, A. Shafer, A. Oberrotman, P. Imhof, F. Walthers, L. Hook, J. Work, B. Goldenberg, J. Glantz, M. Pontarelli, T. Slnkule, J. Sinkule, B. Wagner, B. Katz (Assistant Captain of the Boy Guards), G. Carlson (Captain of the Boy Guards). FOURTH ROW: Mr. D. Smith (Sponsor), S. Cohen, S. Eisenhammer, S. Yoshino, L. Willert,]. Stadand, S. Dea , R. Steinberg, V.Clauson, M. Grain, E. Chen, B. Johnson, H. Sandroff, G. Auld, F. Steppen, B. Fleishman, J. Gilluly, Mr. Cajet( Sponsor). THIRD ROW: J. Johnson, T. Wasmund, T. Trip- pichio, D. Newton, C. Senn,E. Harms, B. Illian, S. Bostrom ( Captain of the Girl Guards), R. Senn, S. Becker, M. March, B. Mueller, L. Stauber. SECOND ROW: L. Mueller (Assistant Captain of the Girl Guards), S. Sepesy, J. Thomas, M. Bell, D. Demoss, B. Jensen, J. Brooks, M. Walthers, K. Zupko, J. Hawkins, K. Elden, M. Gale. FIRST ROW: R. Adier, B. Braude, I. Wilhams, J. Truesdale, J. Rodnick, J. Cohen, L. Gold- enberg, S. Martin, E. Gilbert, T. Alessi. LAST ROW: W. Alder, J. Thomas, S. Feingold, M. Gale, E. Harms, M. Johnson, G. Thomsen, C. Senn, S. Sepesy, N. Grauman, A. Keuper. SECOND ROW: S. Stone, T. Solomon, D. Cohen, B. Daruck, C. Roomey, K. Zupko, M. Bell, J. Brooks, F. Terry. THIRD ROW: R. Triplett, D. Demedue, B. Braude, S. Shandling, L. Hamminin, R. Adler, L. Messer, L. Goldenberg. FIRST ROW: P. Mare (Secretary), S. Rask (President), S. Sternberg ( Vice-President). Timers ' Club " Bang! Splash! " These are two famiUar sounds to the members of Timers ' Club, an all girl organization. Whenever there is a home swimming meet, these girls are found with a stopwatch in hand, timing the athletes. Guard Club Black suits aiul red trunks arc the uiiilonus ol one ol llic swimming organizations Niles West can l)f proud of. Working for no profit, the members of Guard Club give uji their Saturday mornings to teach young children to swim. ' N ' Club Most boys qualifying as major " N " winners willingly go through a humiliating and laughable initiation to become a member of this honored club. " N " Club is not just an elite group of boys who proudly wear red and white letter sweaters. The club ' s purpose is to promote school spirit and attendance at school athletic events. The members also sponsor the " N " Club-Faculty basketball game and an all-school dance during the year. lOI ' ROW: C. RolK-n. I). Rrkhms. K. I.yiicli, R Ix-vlri. R. KaE, I). IllrslisUdi. S. K.iiuii..i. B . liciil).ni){li, R. Harday. A. SllvcrsiiUi. FOURTH ROW: J. I ' otoii. H I ' crlow. C. Lnlii. I. Wlnklcinan. IV Kriii. j . Ionai. H Ilarlman. I) Klnl d HIIRO ROW: I.. Klllcy. I.. Anderson, C Wilson, A. Sihcaffi-r. K. Raymond. G. Slcrn.J.Stennal, H. Bolnlik. T Thomas. SKCON I) ROW: B. Ixc, A. Illnklc. I. C.arrow. B (Iclf.imi. R John- son. R. Johnson, I ' . Snoply, T. . latzkln. R. Cri . BOTTOM ROW: I) Smitli. J. Novotny (ScrgcanlalArms), R. Steele (President), .Mr. Paulsen (Spomor), R. Kreiler (Vicc-Presldcni), B. .Mueller (Treasurer), B. U -ln. SPECIAL EVENTS " All that glitters is n t gold. But to all of us, I " That which glitters is exciting. We look forward to these events- And back on them, since they pro- vide Golden decorations for our year. RfJf Is r ir: liyjjjl ' m, • i t I % .• t i 11 V - a ' - A ui: r lil r. fflS Ps 1 " Homecoming Sophomore Cabinet took third place in Class A competition. Crisp weather contributed gready to the success of the parade. The 1964 Homecoming Court Holly Weiner, co-director of Homecoming ' 64; Ted Forsberg, president of class of ' 63; Maareen Wolf, Student Council pres ident of ' 63; Helen Perri. Homecoming Queen of ' 63. All the excitement of fall was present at Homecoming, involving everyone in some part of the weekend ' s activities. One event followed another in a mad race which began witli the construction of the floats and ended witli the dance for some, and will always be a cherished memory for all. Shrieks and shouts split the grey dusk Friday afternoon as the weekend began with the twilight pep rally. Red was the predominant color. The red of the new queen ' s bouquet of roses matched the red brought out in many of the floats in Saturday ' s parade. Red was also the color of many of the float-builder ' s eyes after working on their floats through the night. Later, at the game, our stands were filled with enthusiastic Indian fans cheering tliroughout the exciting game. Slightly calmer, many students and alumni attended the dance, " Those Were the Years . . . " For many, it was the perfect end to a busv weekend. Student Council ' s Class A float won first place in tlie Homecoming parade !iiLM.? ' EM Madwoman of Chaillot With the phrase " MAD, MAD, MAD " echoing through the halls, Niks West students were reminded of the quest- ion, " Who are the mad people, and who are sane? " The answer was found on November 13 and 14, 1964, when The Madwoman of Chaillot premiered in the auditorium. The large cast and difficult roles presented many problems to actors and directors. Becaase many characters had to be played on two levels, other difficulties were added. The characters included the Madwoman of Chaillot, who rid the world of all its evil; Gabrielle, who faced the world with wide-eyed innocence; Constance, who had a favorite pet, an imaginary dog; and Josephine, who spent many years waiting for President Wilson to come out of Ver- sailles Palace. " I have heard of your paintings too, well enough; God has given you one face and you make yourselves another. " Anoxdlh " All fifty-franc notes are mine, baron. " L. Hoch, M. Moss, M. Harris. L. Binstein, S. Wishoff, L. Conrad, L. Gold. " I ' m nov on the Job. I can ' l afford to make any mistakes ' " Once you go down, there ' s no coming up. Vou Just keep going down and around . . . down and around . C. Honnel. S. Shiner Qiristmas Aaivities Holiday spirit filled the halls of Niles West this winter. It was reflected in the various club-sponsored charity projects, ranging from Latin Club ' s sale of UNICEF greet- ing cards to the Girls ' Club toy drive for a Chicago setde- ment house. Music was in the air, too. The annual Christ- mas festival and assembly featured the choir, orchestra, girls ' glee, band, and mixed chorus, and the assembly was highlighted by faculty member Miss Eileen Zelznick ' s read- ing from The Diary of Anne Frank. The holiday season was climaxed by this year ' s Christ- mas dance, " Twelfth Night. " Sponsored by the Student Union Board, and featuring elaborate decorations and a visit from " Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus, " the dance added its warm glow and pleasant memories to the mid-winter holidays. Lettermen G)ncert On February 10 the three Lettermen Tony, Jim, and Bob appeared " in concert " at Niles West. A variety ot songs were presented both folk songs and popular music. Two medleys, one from West Side Story and another of their own composition, were also performed. The Lettermen were enjoyable both for their exceptional singing ability and for the humorous comments which were added. At the end of the performance, the warmly receptive audience insisted on an encore, which grew into an addi- tional half-hour of entertainment. Tony sets ihc mood. On die lighter side. " Michael, row the boat ashore. " Pow-Wow ' 65 " Keep It Under Your Hat " was the theme of Pow Wow ' 65. Student-planned, produced, directed, written, choreographed, and orchestrated, Pow Wow was a Niles West first. Never before has such a tremendous project been undertaken by our students--and never before has a talent show been SUCH a success. " The Brotherhood of Man " and the benefits of a democratic society were discovered by two Russian spies as they toured Niles Township. The various acts, examples of American life as Scarecrow ' s Tale B. Shandling, D, Lacr, P. Markbi, I. Rose. seen by the spies, were original and diversified. Ranging from West ' s masculine version of the " Len- ingrub Ballet " to a sample of the new Liverpool sound, they thoroughly entertained an audience of varied preferences. Besides the central theme ol our fourth annual talent show, another innovation was introduced. Serving as a tribute to the single winning acts of each category, now and in the future, the names of these performers will be inscribed on a gold plaque. The .Steering ( oinmmee Standing: . Hof hiri . L. Seligman, S. Pcrr. Seated: R. Bermaii. S. Shiner, M. Kipnis. IWOGS tuuk First Place in (iroup (Competition. mJ - ■ s f„jg£.-ixS .1 : • " A Joanne " Rimsky " Netsky, Mark " Korsakov " Reitman. M. Cohen N. Schaffner L. Seligma The Group (X A J i Dance Al The Gym. Leningrub Ballet A M. Krishman L. Bennim R. Hemuimi -T ' ' ' Ifl ' " i " ' i ' SENIORS The senior combines oil colors. He is like a prism, reflecting and retaining A mixture of the hues in true proportion. Hopefully, he shall carry with him The colors of his school ' s spectrum Wherever he may go. And he will leave to futureclasses Port of his own color, Some of his uniqueness. Senior Cabinet BACK ROW: E. Brandzel, C. Rubner, S. Greenman, D. Jobst, E. Jacobs, R. Odess, P. Helford, V. Davis. THIRD ROW: D. Levy, M. Harvis, S. Gilbert, B. Illian, S. Katz, C. Stem, I. Goldman. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Bredeson ( Faculty Sponsor), L. Anderson, S. Rask (Treasurer), P. Umbert (Secretary), B. Levin (Vice-President). FIRST ROW: A. Feigenbaum, H. Weiner, P. Rotter, J. Androw. Not Pictured, D. Smith (President). DAVID RICHARD ABERMAN Sdencc Fair 1 .4; lli mccoming Coininittcc 3,4; Slagc Band 1; West Word 4; Bioliiuv Club I; Malli Club 2; Guard Club 3; Iiitruinurals 1 . 3,4; -N " Club 4; Fooiball 1,2; Swimming 1,2,3,4; Minor ' N ' 2, Major •N " 3,4; Tennis 2. LEE ANNADAMI Redskins ' Revue ■ PowWow 2,3,4; Cabinet 3; SS.D. 1,2,3,4; Speclruni 4; Future Teachers of .America 1; I ' shers ' Club 3; Girls ' Club 3; Secre- tary 4. AUDREY ADAMS MARY ANN ADAMS NANCVJ. AIXF.N Pep Club 1,2; Girls ' Club, G.A.A. 1,2,3. LINDA AKERLY .■ rl Council 1. NANCY ANN ALBRKCHT SHARON L AlJiERT Nati onal Honor Society 3; White Certificate 1; Broiue Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2, First Plaa- Award 1,2; Fall Plav 4; Concert Band 2, 3,4; Band Letter 2; Silver .Music Pin 3; Arts Club ' l; German Club 2,3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 3,4; G.A.A. Pin 3. LLNDAG.ADEL.MAN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 2; Hoincrtiming Committee 23,4; Redskins ' Revue ■ Pow.W ' ow 1,3; Student Council 1; Cabinet 3; S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 3,4; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Guard Club 4; Timers Club 3 Cheerleaders 2,3,4, Co-captain 4. hd. i M. h wiixiA.M H. au.f:nbaugh •N- Club 4; FootbaU i;2,3,4; Minor " N " 3; Major " V 4. TERRY ALTSHULER BILL ALT.SZYLER JOSEPH A.MARI Art Council 2. GAYLEAMBRUS G.A.A. 1,3,4. JUDI ANDROW Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow- ow 2; Cabinet 1,2,3,4; S.S.O. 2,4; S.S.S.H. 2,4; S.S.M. 1; Arts Club 2; Spotlighlcrs 1; French Club 1,23; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. DOUGUS S. ANDERSEN Conirn Band 2,3,4; Band Letter 2; InUamurals2; NaUonal Merit Irtter of Commendation 4. LINDA ANDERSON While Certificate 1; Broiuc Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Redskins ' Re ue Pow- Wow 1,2,3,4; Cabino 1,23,4. . lleniate 1; Choir ?,4; Girls Glee 1.2; Music Cenificate 2; Silver Music lln 3; Arts Club 1,4; (kmian Club 1, 23,4; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 2. DON ANDERSON Intramurals 2,4; Basketball 1 DON APEIJAN Redskins Re%ue Pow Wow 4; S.S.O. 2.3.4; S.S.M. 2.3.4; Supervisor 4; UUn Club 3.4; Wrestling 4; .Swimming I. Baseball 1.4. rOM ARGYR. KIS F )«baU 23. .Minor ' NV DARLENE ARMS TRONC; S.S.M. 4; Pep Club I. Twlrlers2. 117 NADINE ASHER HELEN BACHER S.S.O. 2;S.S.S.H. 1;S.S.M.4. GARY BAKER Transferred from Washington High School, Milwaukee, Wise. 1. 1! RONALD BAKER S.S.O. 1; Track 4. CLAIRE BANK .VIARLA BANKS Homecoming Committee 2,3; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3,4, Make-up Crew 1,2; Spring Plav Crew 1; S.S.S.H. Secretary 2; S.S.M. 2,3,4; West Wordi; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. RICH BARCLAY LYNN BARNETT Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1. ROBERT BARSKY S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 4. ANN BARTELSON S.S.M. 3; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Interscholastic Tennis Team 3,4. BARBARA JEAN BARTH Cabinet 1,3; S.S.O. 1; Spodighters 1; Pep Club 1. JULIE BARTH Cabinet 3,4, Alternate 1; S.S.M. 2,3; Apotheosis 3; Spodighters 1; Pep Club 1,2. MIRA BASS Bronze Key 3; Homecoming Court 4; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Cabi- net 1; S.S.M. 23,4; G.A.A. 1; Timers ' Club 3; Cheerleaders 1,2,4, Cap- tain 1,2. BARB RE BAUM Fall Play 2,3,4, Crew Chairman 4; Spring Play 1,2; Musical 1; S.S.O. 2; S.S.M. 4; Girls ' Glee 1; Arts Club 3; Thespians 3,4; Future Teachers of America 1; Spanish Club 1,2,3; Pep Club 1. KEITH BAUMHARDT S.S.O. 2,3; Hi-Y 2,3; ' Intramurals 1,2,3; Wresding 1,2,3; Major " N " 2. JUDY BEAIRD Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3,4; Art Councd 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Aquasprites 1,2; Timers ' Club 1,2. WILLIAM JOHN BECKER Science Fair 1,2; S.S.O. 2,4; S.S.S.H. 4. BRENTJ. BECKWAY BasebaU 1,2. BEVERLY ANNE BEDOE Arts Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3. EL YSE JUDITH BEHR Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow Crew 2,3; Fall Play Crew 1,3; Spring Play Crew 2; S.S.M. 1,2,4; Arts Club 1; Future Teachers of America 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Girls ' Club 4. LYNN BENNETT " 8 S.S.O. 4; Art Council 4; G.A.A. 3,4. Hv R01,I) bkr(;er Gymnastics 1 2. JOELBERGER S.S.S.H. 3,4; S.S.M. 1.2,3,4; Imraimirals 3.4: Cross Country 1; Basket- ball 1 ,2; Baseball 1,3,4, Minor " N " 3. .Major " N " 4. TERRY BERKE ROBERT BERKOVER Sciciux- Fair 2; Fall I ' lay I ' ublicity Committee; Cabiiui .Mlcrnalc 1; S.S.M. 3; Student Union Boar(l4;GirmanCMnb3,4;Cross Connlrv 1; Baseball 1. ROBERT M. BERM.W Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Kevnc - I ' ow-W ' ow 2.3.4; lj( liiinK Chairman 3; Steering Committee 4; Fall I ' lay 3.4. Ijjjluing Chairman 4; .Musical 2.3.4; Slndenl Union Board 4; Stage and Lighting Crew 2.3,4; Lighting Chair- man 3,4, Stage .Manager 4,; Thespians 3,4; Cabhiel 4; Biology Club 2; Secretary-Treasurer 2; hilin Club 1;. .V.. . 1.2. ROSALIE BERM.W Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue • I ' ow-Wow 1,3; Musical Publlcitv Crew 2; S.S.I). 4; Silver .Music Hin 3; Future Nurses Clnb 1; French Cliib 1.2; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1; Girls ' Glee J,2,3. PHYLLIS BLANCHE BERNDT S.S.O. 2; Ingenue 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3.4; 1V|) Club 1 .2; G.A.A. 2. CAROL BERNSTF.IN SSI). 4; .Arts Club 2.3; .Xrt Council 4; Future Teachers of .■ merica 3; Spanish Club 2,3; Pep Club 1,2; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2. RONALD A. BERNSTEIN Science Fair 1; Orchestra 1,2; Silver Music Pin 2; Biology Club 3; Bio- Chem Club 4; German Club 4; Science Seminar 2. ALAN BARNETT BERS Cabinet 1,2; Concert Band 23; Stage Band 2,3; A.V.A. 4. MARY ANN BEUTIJ ' :R Girls ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1 ,2 3,4; Aquasprites 2. JACK BINKLEY Track 23,4, Minor " N " 2. MARY ANNE BLAMEUSER An Council 2; G.A.A. 3. CAROL ANN BLFISSING Wcsl n ' «r 23; French Club 23.4; G.A.A. 23. BRUCE BOLNICK NaUonal Honor Society 3,4; While Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silvci Kev 3; Redskins Revue - Pow- ' o» 4; S.S.O. Hveaitivc Board 4; S.S.D. SuperiUor 4; Concert. Band 2.3,4; HV,i7 Ward i A: .Math Club 1; Na- tional Merit Letter ol Connnendation 4; " Its . cadeniic ' .Alternate 4; " N " Club 3,4; Gymnastics 1,23,4, Captain 2,4, Most Valuable Plawr 2 4 Major " N- 3,4, I ' A.MELA BOUJllN Red Certificate 1; Redskins ' Revue- i ' ow- Vo» 2.3.4; Fall Play 2.4; .Musi- cal 23; Cabinil 3.4; S.S.I). 2.3. Spcclitiiii Ijteniry Fldilor 4; Ho K ' ord 2.3, Feature Editor 4; A|K)the isis 3.4; Thespians 2.3,4; Spotllghu-rs 1.2; Pep Club 1; Girls ' Glee 1; American Legion Speech Conicsl-lloiiurabic Mention 3. NANCY JO BOND S.S.M. 3.4; French Club 2; G.A.A. 3; Pin and l lrr 3. JANE BIUDFORI) French Club 1,4; G.A.A. 13. LEONARD BIU.MSON .Science Fair 2, 1st llacr, Spotlighters I; (ternian 13.4; Camera Club I, 3, President 4; Swimming 1 U- ELLEN BRANDZEL Red Ccrliricalc 1; Broiue Key 3. Homecoming Commlller 4; Redskins ' Rc uc Po»- Vow 2; IJahlnet 2.4. Allrmale 3; S SO. 3,4. S.S.M. 4; Biology Club 2; .Spanish Club 1,4, Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 23; Clris Gle« 1. Steering ( " lub 1 . .m. n™f;d wiuj braun S.S.S.H. 3; German Club 3,4. iia DONNA CARYN BR. ' WERMAN Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Cabinet Alternate 3, S.S.D 2,3; French Club 1; Pep Club 1. PEGGY BREINIG Cabinet 1,2; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.D. 4; G.A.A. 1,2. CRISBRODIN Concert Band 1,2; Football 1,2,4; Track 1,4. LINDA B ROD V Homecoming Committee 3; Redskins ' Revue • Pow-Wow Crew 3; S S M 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. WALTER BRODZIK Baseball 1,2. BONITA BROWN Transferred froin Fairfax H.S., Los Angeles, Calif 3; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1; Student Council 1; IVesI Word i; Biol- ogy Club 1; " Girls ' Club 2; G.A.A. 1. LARRY E. BROWN Musical 3,4; Orchestra 2,3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4, Letter 2, Silver Music Pin 3; Stage and Lighting Crew 4; Radio-Electronics Club 4; Camera Club 3; Gymnastics 1; Interim League Orchestra 2,3; I.M.E.A. All-Dis- trict Band 4; Wood-Wind Q uintet 2,4; Marching Band 2,3,4; Intermediate Band 1. SUSAN BROWNSTEIN Red Certificate 1; Redskin ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1; Cabinet 1,2,3; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.M. 2,3,4; Future Teachers of America 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1. EDWARD BRUCE 3 . MICKEY BRUSMAN S.S.S.H. Chairman 2,3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3, Major " N " 4; Track 1,2,4. MYRA BRYANT LINDA L. BUBLEY S.S.O. 3,4; Art Council 4; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; Girls ' Club 3; G.A.A. 2. SHARON MARGARET BURKE Transferred from Regina High School 2; S.S.D. 3,4; Future Nurses ' Club 2; G.A.A. 2,4; Girls ' Glee 2. JUDITH BUTLER Future Nurses ' Club 2; Spanish Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. VICKY CACIOPPO Transferred from Roosevelt H.S. 2; Pep Club 2,3, Secretary 3; G.A.A. 2. DAVID EVAN CAHAN Musical 3; Orchestra 3,4. SHIRLEY JOY CARLISLE Fall Play Crew 3,4; Ingenue 1; Ushers Club 3,4; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. GARY CARLSON S.S.O. 4; S.S.M. 4; Supervisor 4; Concert Band 1; Guard Club 3,4, Cap- tain 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4. PAULCHAITKIN Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3; S.S.O. 1,2,4; S.S.S.H. Chairman 4; LaUn Club 2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3. VICKI LOUISE CHAMBERLAIN Transferred from Washington High School 2; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow Crew 3; Fall Play Crew 3,4; Musical 3,4, Assistant Technical Director 3, Co-Stage Manager 4; Cabinet 2; S.S.O. 4; Girls ' Glee 2,3,4; Thespians 3,4; Latin Club 2; Ushers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 2,3. CAROL CHAMERSKI S.S.M.4;G.A.A. 1. KATHLEEN CHRISOS S.S.O. 2.3; S.S.M. 2; S.S.D. i; O.A.A. 4. MARIA CHRIST Spanisli Club 4; Girls ' Club 4; C.A. A. 1 ,4 DOUGLAS CHRISTENSEN JEKFRKVKOVCLMS S.S.O. 1;.S.S.. I. 1; German Club 1,2; Clu-ss Club 1. 1.4. JOA.N EI.I ABKITI CI.M ' SO.N Wliiu- Ccrtiliiatf 1; Hroiuc Key 2; Silvi-r Kty ' .i: Siknci- Fair 2. KirM I ' latv -Lmal. Sicoiul I ' laic-Di.slrici; I ' uilv Uoarcl 4; Ciiilil Haiul 1; Cou- ccri Band 2.3.4. Sccrclary 3; M.iribini; It. mil 2.3.4; Silver .Music I ' iu 3; KuUirt Nursi-sClub 1.2.3.4. Sicril.iry2. rrca. .urir3.1 ' rtsi(lint 4; C.. .. . 1. H( ROLD CLVMAN Redskin ' s Revue - PowW ' ow 2; S.S.O. 3; S.S.D. 3; Radio Eletlnmics Club 1,2. SANDRA KAREN CLV.MAN Redskins ' Kevue • I ' uw-Wuw 1.2; Kail I ' lav 1; .Musical 1; S.S.O. 3; Girls ' Gleel. BARRY CODEI.L H ' o ir r 2.3,4. Sports Editor 4; Baskclball 1.2. MARILYN COHEN Redskins ' Revue ■ I ' owW ' ow 4; .Musical 1,3,4; I ' nity Board 4; ' ivacc 1. 23.4. Secretarv 3, President 4; Choir 3,4; (lirls Glee 1,2; Silver .Music I in 2; Gold Nlusic Pin 3; Thespians 3,4; French Club 23; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. i ktk MICHELLE C()I.U)NS Red Cerlilicate 1; Bron e Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue - Po»- ow 3.4; I ' nilv Board 4; HVi Wvrd 4; Arts Club 3,4; Rus- sian Club 1,23,4, President 4; G.A.A. 1,2; National Merit l ciier of Com- mendation 4. JEANNE CONDON S.S.O. 1,4; S.S.D. 1.4; Pep Club 1; G A.A. 1. JON CONR. D National Honor .Scxriety 3.4; White ( ' ertificate 1; Broiue Key 2; Silver Key 3; Redskins Revue ■ PowW ' ow 4; Fall Play 3.4. .Assistant Diritlor 3; Musical 2.3.4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Stage Band 2,3; Silver Music Pin 3; rhespians 3,4; Spodighlers 1; Math Club 1,2; German Club 1,2; .Nation- al German Conlesl. First Place 2.3; National .Merit Semlfiiialisl 4; ' It ' s . cadeuiic " 4. JUDITH BARBARA CtXlPER Trausfcrrc-d from .Malher U.S. 2; Redskins ' Revue - Pow Wow 4; Musical, Assistant Choreographer4;Choir3; Girls ' Glee2;Orchesis 3,4, President 4. .MAR.SHALLCORDELL Spanish Club 1; Intramurals 1.2; Cross Country 1,2,3; Track 1,2. KEN CORIN S.SO. 1.2; Radio Klecironics Club 1,2, Spanish Club 1,2; A.V.A. 1; Intramurals 1 .2. BONNIE I. URA COWAN Rcd.skins ' Review Pow Wow 2; .Musical 1,23; Choir 2,3.4; Silver Music Pin 3; Thespians !i; Spotlighlers 1; Spanish (!lub 1; Pep Club 1; Orchcsls 3,4; Girls C;lee 1. TERRY COX Transferred from Notre Dame 3. GAILCRjMG Transferred from .Morton West 4. i ROBERT CRIZ S.S..M. 4; French Club 1; Football 4; M.ijor ' V 4 ' V Club 4. DONNA CURRAN SS.O. 2; S.S.S.M. 2; Ushers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1 . DONNA DA.MKIER Sclaue Fair 2. Future Nurses Club 1. 12 i ri4 CATHERINE DARSCH Orchestra 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. IDA JEAN D ' ASCANIO S.S.O. 2; G.A.A. 1. VIRGINIA MARIE DAVIS Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 2,3; Musical 1,3; Cabinet4; Choir 3,4; Silver MusicPm3; Arts Club 4; Pep Club 1,2; Girl ' s Glee Club 1,2. PATRICK DECKER Science Fair 1. KAREN JEAN DEDEKIND GENIE DEHMLOW S.S.O. 2; French Club 1; G.A.A. 2,3; Gym Leaders 3,4. RONALD MARK DELOTT Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3; Cabinet 1, Alternate 2; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 3,4; West Word 4; Biology Club 2; Spanish Club 2; Guard Club 3,4; Intramurals 2,3,4; " N " Club 3,4; Cross Country 4, Major " N " 4; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 1,2, Major " N " 3,4; Tennis 1,2, Minor " N " 2; Interim League Swim Championship 1,2; Des Plaines Valley Swim Championship 3,4; Weighdifting 1,2; Golf 4. WILLIAM LOUIS DEMAS S.S.O. 4; S.S.S.H. 4, Chairman; Intramurals 3,4; Football 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 1,2,4. ROBERT A. DER AVEDISIAN JERRY DE RUDDER Baseball 1 . SHARON DEUTCH Fall Play 1,4; Spring Play 1,4; Musical 1,4; Girl ' s Glee 1; Arts Cl.ub 4; Spotlighters 1; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 1. FRED DIAMOND Science Fair 2, District Fair 2; Musical 3; Choir 3,4; Biology 2,3; Bio- Cham Club 4; Chess Club 1. IJNDA DIDIER S.S.O. 3,4. ALLAN JOHN DI SALVO Boys Glee 1. KENNETH DOBBS Arts Club 2,3,4; German Club 2; Wresdingl; Gymnastics 2; Swimming 1. UN DOMENELLA S.S.O. 3; S.S.M. 4; Ushers ' Club 3. SAMUEL H. DOPPELT Bronze Key 2; Science Fair 1,2,3, School Fair 1st Place 1,2,3, District 1st Place 3, 2nd Place 1,2; S.S.O. 2,3, S.S.D. 2,3; Biology Club 1,2,3; Bio-Chem Club 4; German Club 3,4, Sergeant of Arms 4; Wresding 1,4; Science Seminar 2,4. DONNA DREWS Student Council 4; Arts Club 3,4; Future Teachers Club of America 2; Girls ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Board 4. ROBERT DUCHANE PATRICIA M. DUFFEY S.S.O. 1,2, S.S.M. 1; S.S.S.H. 2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2. MARSHA DWORKIN j S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.M. 2,3,4; S.S.D. 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. iiMJiA ALLISON EAVES Musical 4; Spotlighters 2; Future Teachers of Anifrica 1; French Club 1.2; Girls ' Glee 4; I ' ep Club 2 BRUCK KDWAKDS DARRVI. I Kl.l.lS ROBKRT KXCI.I.SII Redskins Ke ue - PowAV ' ovv 4; Radio Kleclronics Club 1. Secretary 1; German Club 1; Football I,2.!i,4. Minor " N " !i. Major " N " 4; (tvinnastics 1, Frosh Letter, Baseball 1,2. Frosh Utter 1 . Soph Letter 2. FRANCINE F.I ' STEIN S.S.O. 23; S.S.M. 2,3; Future Teachers of Aiiicrira 2; Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 1; C;irls ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1. TOBI EPSTEIN Concert Band 1,2.3; Future Teachers of .America 2; French Club 1.2; Pep Clubl. BRl ' CE H. ERFER Transferred from .Abington. Pennsylvania . 4. JANICE ERMIIJO Homcconiiiig Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue I ' ow-W ' im Crcw2,3; Student Council 2.3.4; S.S.O. 3.4. S.S.S.ll. 4. .Secretary; S.S.D. 3; Student I ' nion Board 4. Secretary- 4; Spodighters 1; Future Teiichersof .America 1; French Club 1; Girls ' Club 3; G.A.A. 2; Regional Basketball Tournament Com- mittee 3.4. DANIEL ERNT SdencT Fair 2. Second Place; S.S.O. 1,23,4; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.. I. 1,2,4; Latin Club 1.2; Guard Club 2; " N- Club 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Minor TM " 2, .Major " N " 3,4; Swimming 1; Golf 2. PASCHAL R KSPOSITO S.S.O. 3. DAVID J. ESTERMAN Science Fair2. Second Place Distria; S.S.O. 1.2; Latin Club 1. VIVIAN FABBRO Homecoming Coimnittee 4. Cre ■; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-W ' ow 2. ;re ' ; Fall Play Crew 2; Cabinet 1,23; S.S.O. lji,4; S.S.. I. 1,2; Student L ' lilon Board 4; Thespians 2; L ' shers ' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 2J; Aquasprites Crew 3;Tri-Hi-Y 1. CHRIS FANAR.AS Science Fair 2; Redskins Re%ue - Pow Wow 4; ( oiicen Band 4; Band 2, 3,4; Intramural Bowling 1. LINDA FARACI ARNOU) F. FE.ARN Hi-V 1.2,3; Gymnastics I. Freshman Shield. ADRIENNEJ FT.IGENBAUM Homecoming Committee 3,4, Assistant Director 4; Redskins ' Re ' ue ■ Pow Wow 1.23.4. Crew 1; Fall Plav Crew 1.2; Spring Plav Crew 1,2; Musical 1.2; Cabinet 1.23.4; S.S.O. 1 ,23.4. .S S S.H. l.Sccrrtarv; S.S .NL 2; S.S.D. 3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; .Stage and iJghUng Crew i.2; Spot- lighters 1; Future Teachers of .America 1,2; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1AC.A.A. 1,2; Girls Glee li. ELLEN FEINBERG Redskins Revue ■ Pow- Wow 1.23; .Musical 1: Silver Music Pin 3; Girb ' Club 4; Giris ' Glee 1,23. EILEEN FELDMAN S.S.O. 4; l ' shers ' Club 3; Girls ' Club 3. JACK FELDPAl ' SCH Re lskiiis Revue - Pow-Wow 4: Musical 2,3,4; Orchestra 3,4; Conoen Hand 2.3.4; Stage Band 23; Silver .Musk Pin 3, III V 1,2,3,4, Vice President 2; Intramurats 1. VINCENT FT.RINA S S () 3.4; S S .M 3.4; A V A 3; Football 1; Baseball 1,23.4. Minor ' K 3. Major ' V 4 GARY SCOTT FIIXO US ANTHONY FILUCHIO Spanish Club 1; Intramural Bowling 1,2. PAUL FISCHER Cross Country 1; Basketball 1,2. JO FISHER Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 2; Fall Play 1,2; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.M. 3; Arts Club 1,2,3,4; Future Nurses Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; Girls ' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2. NORMAN ROBERT FLASH JERRY FLEISCHMAN Science Fair 3,4, Second Place 4; S.S.M. 4; Latin Club 3,4; Intramurals 1,2; Tennis 1. MARGIE FLEISHMAN S.S.O. 3. EDWARD FLINK NICK FORTUNA NICKIE FORTUNATO S.S.O. 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. ,»SSss,., DAVID T. FOSTER GREGORY H. FOSTER West Word 2 A; Radio Electronics Club 2; Camera Club 1. JOANNE EILEEN FOSTER National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 2,4; Cabinet 1,2,3, Sec- retary 3; Student Union Board 4; West Word 3,4, Assistant Editor-in- Chief 4; Arts Club 4; Latin Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1; American Field Serv- ice Finalist 3. LYNN FOX Homecoming Committee 4; Fall Play Crew 4; Cabinet 3, Alternate S.S.O. 2,3; Future Teachers of America 4; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; Girls ' Club 3,4; G.A.A. 1,2; Regional Basketball Tournament Committee 4. BARRY FRANK S.S.O. 3,4; Cross Country 1,2; Basketball 1,2. GEORGE FRANKS KARIN FRAY Ushers ' Club 3. MICHELLE FREDSON Homecoming Committee 3,4; Cabinet 1,2, Alternate 2; S.S.O. 1,2,3; S.S.S.H. 3, Secretary; S.S.M. 1,2; Unity Board 2; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 1. Guard Club 4; Cheerleaders 1,2,3,4. ELLYN FREED White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. MIRL M GAIL FRIED National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3, Outstanding State 2,3, Grand Champion School Fair 3; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 1,2,3,4; Spring Play 1, Crew 1; Student Union Board 4, Vice President 4; Apothe- osis 2; Thespians 2,3,4; Spodighters 1; American Field Service Finalist to Finland 4; Science Seminar 2; Regional Basketball lournament Com- mittee 2; National Merit Semifinahst 4; " It ' s Academic " Alternate 4. TERRY FRIEDEN Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2; S.S.O. 2,3; S.S.M. 1; Spotlighters 1; Span- ish Club 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. ARTHUR HOWARD FRIEDMAN Transferred from Senn High School 2; Intermediate Band 2,3; Radio- Electronics Club 2; Hi-Y2; Thespians 3; Musical 2,3; Fall Play 3. II DIANE FRIEDMAN Red Ccnificale 1; Broiizc Kev 2; Science Fair 2. Secimcl Plaa- 2; Musical 1,3; Cabinel 1,2, Alternate 2; S.S.O. M Vivace 23,4; Choir :),4; Silver Music Pin 3; Art Council 4; Spollighlers 1; Snaiiish Club 1; (iirls ' Cite 1,2. SUSAN N. FRISK Transferred Ironi Lutlier North 2; Twirlers 2,3,4. CEORGE FRITZ S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.M. 3,4; Imranuirals 1,3. IIENRYJ.GAGNE A.V.A. 2; HiY 3; Football 1,2,3; Minor ' N ' 2. KENNETH GAREN S.S.D. 1.2,3,4; Football 2,3,4, Minor " N " 2.3, Major " N " 4; Track 1. BARRY R GARUN JUDITH GER.MAIN Ushers ' Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; (;irl s Club 4; C.A.A. 1. ALANG. GEROW S.S.M. 4; Cross Country 1; Gymnastics 1,2. UNDAGERSHUN S.S.M. 13;Spodighters 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Tennis 3. , V H tfe . .:-ii .: a . iui ROBERT GERTENRICH Intramural Bowling 1,3,4. BARRY GILBERT .Science Fair 1,2. 1st Place 1; Redskin ' s Revue ■ Pow-Wow 2J,4, Sound Chairman 3, Lighting Chairman 4; Fall Play 2.3,4. Sound Chairman 3, Stage .Manager 4; Spring Play 1; Musical 1,2,3,4. Stage .Manager 4; Choir 2,3; Silver Music Pin 3; Stage and Lighting Crew 1J2,3,4; Thev pians 2.3.4; Biology Club 1; A.V.. . 1,2; Guard Club 3,4; Cross Coun- try 1; Swimming 1,2,3; Science Seminar 4; Boy ' s Glee 1. SUSAN GILBERT National Honor Society 3,4; While Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Sllvrr Kev 3; Homecoming Committee 3.4, Secretary 4; Redskins ' Re%ue ■ P »n- Wow 2;MusitalStceringGroupl;Cabinetl,23,4; President 1, .Alternate 3; S.S.O. 23,4, Ejceculive Board 4; S.S.M. 23,4; Lnitv Board I; Student Dress Board 2,3,4; Spec mm 4. Senior Section Editor 4; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1; National Merit Letter ot Commcndauon 4; Kc- gional Basketball Tournament Committee 4. CATHY GLADE Bronze Key 3; S.S.D. 4. JOAN BETSYGLASSBERG Bronze Key 3; Redskin s Revue ■ Pow-Wow 4; Fall Play 1, Crew; Cabi- net Alternate 2; Spc-amm 4, Faculty Editor 4; Arts Club 1,2,3; National Forensic League 1; Debate 1; Spanish Club 1 ,3; G.A.A. 2. DAVIDA.GOKT KE BARRY GOLD S.S.S.H. 2, Assistant Chairman 2; S.S.M. 2,3; " V Club 3,4; GvmnasUcs 1 2.3.4. Co-captain 2. Sophomore Shield 1,2. Major ' N ' 3,4. JOHN GOLD Transferred from Nilcs East 4; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 4; Fall Play 4; Football Major " N " 4. JUDITH GOLD Cabinet 2,3,4, Alternate 2; S.S.D. 3,4; S.S.M 1, An Council 3,4, Sec- retary 4; G.A.A 1,2. SHELLY com Arts Club 2; French Club 2; C A A 23,4 HARUN F GOLDBERG Transferred from Evan-iton H S. 2; Bronze Kev 3; A.V.A. 23.4; Inlra- inurals 2, Swimming 23.4, Minor " N 3, .Major N 4. SUSAN LOUISE GOLDBERG Ked ikliu ' Roue ■ PowWow 1.2.3,4; Musical 1; Vivace 3,4, Chairman 4; Choir 4; Silver Mu.»lc Pin 3; Spanish Club 1.2; Pep Club 23; Ciri s Club 4; Girl ' s Glee I J2.3, Ccruricale 2 I2S IRIS GOLD FARE Spring Plav 1; Musical 1; Art Council 3,4; Spanish Club 2,3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. ILENE GOLDMAN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; Fall Play Crew 2,3; Musical Crew 2,3; Cabinet 1,2,3,4; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; Thespians 2,3,4, National 3,4; Math Club 4; Spanish Club 3; Pep Club 1; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. DONNA GOLDNER Musical 1; Pep Club 1,2; Girl ' s Glee 1,2, JAMES GOLDSTANDT Transferred to Nordi Park Academy 3; Transferred from North Park Academy 4; German Club 1; Wresding 2. ELYSE GOLDSTEIN Homecoming Commitlee3; S.S.O. 2,4;S.S.D.4;S.S.M.2,4; Student Union Board 4; Speclruiii 3; Future Teachers of America 2,3; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. MARK GOLDSTEIN Transferred from Sullivan H.S. 1; Cabinet 2,3; S.S.S.H. 4; Track 4. GAILGOREN Redskin ' s Revue- Pow-Wow 3,4; Cabinet 1; S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 2,3; Spanish Clubl; Pep Club 1; G.A;A. 1,2. SHAYA GORN STEIN Science Fair 2,3; S.S.O. 2; Spanish Club 2; Girl ' s Club 3; Aquasprites 1, 3,4. RITA GOUN DAS Cabinet Alternate 2; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Student Union Board 4; Spanish Club 1; Giri ' s Club 3; G.A.A. 1 ,2. JEFFREY GRAFF White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key3; Science Fair 2, 2nd Place 2; Biology Club 2,3; Math Club 1; German Club 3; Bridge Club 3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Science Seminar 3. LYNNE GRAHAM Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Student Council Alternate 3,4; S.S.D. 2; Unity Board 4; Spectrum 2,3,4, Index Co-Editor 2; Activities Editor 3; Editor-in-Chief 4; Apotheosis 3,4; Arts Club 4; Spodightcrs 1; French Club 1; " It ' s Academic " team 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4; Honor Lounge Chairman 4. NANCY GRAUMAN National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; S.S.D. 1,2,3,4; Unity Board 4; FutureNurses Club 1,2,3, Treasur- er 2, Vice-President 3; German Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Aquasprites 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Timer ' s Club 4; Tri-Hi-Y 1; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. RICHARD GREENHELD Science Fair 3,4; S.S.O. 4; Football 1; Tennis 2,3,4, Major " N " 4. HERB GREENMAN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Science Fair 1,2,3, 1st Place 1, Ist-Place 2, 2nd Place 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 3,4; Student Council 3,4; S.S.O. 4; S.S.M. 4; Concert Band 2; Bio-Chem Club 4; Math Club 1,4; Chess Club 1; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3,4; Gymnastics 2; Tennis 2; Cadet Band 1; Marching Band 2. STEVE GREENMAN NaUonal Honor Society 3,4; White CerUficate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3; Redskin ' s Revue- Pow-Wow 3,4; Student Coun- cil 2; Cabinet 4; S.S.S.H. 3; S.S.M. 3; German Club 4; Intramurals 1,2, 3,4, Football Champs 3; Alternate " It ' s Academic " Team 4. BARRY GROSSMAN Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 2,3; Musical 1; Bio-Chem Club 4; Math Club 2,3; Radio ElectronicsClub3;AstronomyandAeronauticsClub 3; Russian Club 2,3; National Merit Letter of Commendation 4. ELLEN GUENTHER S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.D. G.A.A. 1. 1,2; Vivace 1,2; Biology 1; Gold Key Art Award; 126 DENNIS CHARLES GUESS Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; S.S.M. 4; Math Club 1; Latin Club 1,2, Secretary 1. LLOYD GUSSIS Red Certificate 1; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 2,4, Co-Chairman 2, Supervisor 4, S.S.D. 3, Super -isor 3; Intramurals 2,3,4; " N " Club 3,4, Secretary 4; BaskelbaU 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 1; Major " N " 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Base- ball 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4. BOB GUTSMIEDL CHRISTINE HAJDUK Science Fair 1; S.S.D. 3; Ingenue 1; French Club 2,3; Usher ' s Club 3,4, Secretary 4; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4. BARBAIUIIAM.MAW RITA IIAIJ ' KRN S.S.M 2.3.4;(;.A.A. 1 JOHN HANSON Truniifcrrt ' d fruin Nulrc Duinc li; Iiuranuirul:» Baseball 3.4. THOMAS HANSTROM S.S.M. 4. Conccn Band 1; Imramurals 1 ,3; Football 4, Minor " N " 4. EILEEN 1. HARMS WILLIAM R. HARRER Transftrrtd from Noire Dame 4. GAVE HARRIS S.S.O. 3; Spani,sh Club i:?; A.A. 1,2. JANIS HARRIS Cabinet Alternated; S.S.O. 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Junior Leadership 3. MARK RICHARD HARRIS National Honor Socielv 3; White Certificate 1; Bronze Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 1,2,3. 1st Place 1,2,3, 2nd Place District 1 , 3rd Place Dis- trict 2. 1st Place District 3, 3rd Place Slate 2, Outstanding Award Down- state 3; Redskin ' s Revue- Pow-Wow 3; Fall Play 4; Spring Play 1; .Musi- cal 2,3; Choir 2,3; Silver .Music Pin 3; Thespians 3,4; Biology Club 23, Secretary 3; Bio-Chem Club 4; Math Club 1; German Club 2; Golf 1; Boy ' s Glee 1; .Music Certificate 2. HOWARD ROBERT HART.MAN Red CerUhcatc 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Sdence Fair 3, 2nd Place 3; Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2; Debate 1; Imramurals 4; " N " Club 4; Tennis 2.3. Sophomore Shield 2. .Major ' N " 3; Golf 1. LONA HARTMAN Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 1.2.3; Musical 1.2,3.4; Cabinet 1,2; Vivace 1,2,3,4. Corresponding Sccretarv 1,2,3; Choir 3,4; Silver .Music Pin 3; Gold .Music Pin 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; Girl s Glee 1,2. THO.MAS HAYES Transferred from Notre Dame; Intramurals 2,3; Basketball 2; Baseball 3. MARTHA SUE IIARVIS Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Redskin s Revue - Pow-Wow 2; Fall Plav 2,3, .Assistant Director 3; Student Council .-Mternale 1; Cabinet 1,2, 3.4. Secrctarv 1; S.S.O. Receptionist 4; Thespians 2.3; Spotlighlers 1.2; Future Teachers of . merica 1; Spanish Club 1J2.4. SHIRIXVHEBERT CHERYL 1.VNN HEHN P. ULHELPORD Bronze Key 3; Redskin ' s Re ue Pow Wow 3.4; Musical 3.4; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 4; S ' .S..M. 4. Supcr isor 4; Wal H ' ardi. Thespians 3.4. National Thespians 4; A.V.A. 3,4; Cross Country 3.4. .Minor " N " 3.4, Wrestling 1; Regional Tournament Committee 4 RICHARD HERBERT HELLER Science Fair 1.2.3. 1st Place 1.23. Outstanding Award at Stale 2. Isl Place at Stale Fair 12. Redskin ' s Revue- Pow-Wow 4. Cabinet Allernale 1J2.3; S.S.D. 1; .S.S.M. 2; Choir 3,4, Tliespians 3.4; Biology Club 1.23, Treasurer 1; A.V.A. 1 3.4, (:iiari.f:shenrickson SANDR. HEPBIRN Ri-dskin s Revue Pow-Wow 23.4, Allemate 4; S.S.D. 3,4; Spectrum 4; Future Tcichers of America I; Ushers ' Club 3.4; P p Club 1; Girls Club 3,4 KONAIJ) HERRMANN Intermediate Band l, :oncert Band 2,3,4, Redskins Re ue - Pow-Wow 3. 4; A.V.A. 2; Slage Crew 3; Spring .Musical 2. DIANE I1EUBER(;ER SSO 2.3.4; S S . I 1. An Council 3; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Scholastic Arts Award 3. CANDYCE ELAINE HIDAKA Bronze Key 3; Musical 4; Orchestra 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Silver Music Pin 3; Future Teachers of America 2; Latin Club 1,2,3,4; Orchestra Letter 2. MICHAEL JOHN HILBERT Football 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3. EDWARD HILDEBRANDT Intramurals 2; Track 1,2; Cadet Band 1. ALAN HINKLE Concert Band 2,3,4; " N " Club 4; Cross Country 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Swimming 1; Track 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4. LEO N. KOCH Fall Play 4; Musical 4; Student Council 3, 4, Alternate 3; S.S.O. 2; S.S.S.H. 4; Spectrum 4, Sports Editor 4; Arts Club 3; Thespians 4; Debate 1; Pep Club 2; Intramurals Swimming 2; Tennis 2. JOSEPHINE HOFFBERG Redskin ' s Revue • Pow-Wow 1,2, 3 4, Steering Committee 4; Fall Play 4; Musical 1,2,3, Steering Committee 1; Choir 2,3,4; Arts Club 3,4, Treasur- er 3; Thespians 2,3,4, Recording Secretary 4; Orchesis 2,3,4. ELLEN HOFFING Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Cabinet 1; S.S.M. 2; Spodighters 2; Future Teachers of America 2; Spanish Club 1; G.A.A. 1. JANET HOGLUND CAROL LYNN HOOK S.S.M. 2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Orchesis 1. STEVEN DAVID HORWITZ National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3,4, District Fair 1st Place 3, State Fair 1st Place 3; Cabinet 3; Arts Club 3; Biology Club 2,3, Vice-President 3; Bio-Chem Club 4, Vice-President 4; Math Club 2,4; German Club 2,3,4, Vice-Presi- dent 4; Intramurals 2,4; Basketball 1; Tennis 1. ALLAN HOWARD S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.D. 4; Hi-Y3; Intramurals 2,4; Track 2,4. BARBARA ILUAN Red Certificate 1; Usherettes of Girls ' Club 3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Cabinet 4, Alternate 3; Unity Board, Secretary 4; Girls ' Club 4; Fall Play Crew 4; Musical Crew 4; Redskins ' Revue ■ Pow-Wow 4; Thespians 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Aquasprites 3. RONA IMMERGLUCK Homecoming Committee 3,4; Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; S.S.O. 3, 4, Executive Board 4, S.S.S.H. 3,4; Student Union Board 4; Spectrum 2,3,4, Assistant Underclassmen Editor 2, Underclassmen Editor 3, Aca- demic Editor 4; Thespians 3; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1. ROBERT PAUL ISAACSON Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; West Word i German Club 1,3; Bridge Club 3,4; Intramurals 3; Swimming 2; Golf 1,2. LANA IVERSON Musical 1; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; Usher ' s Club 3, Secretary 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Timer ' s Club 3; Girl ' s Glee 1. MICHAEL IZBICKY Science Fair 1,2,3,4; School Fair 1st Place 1,2, 2nd Place 3, District 1st Place 1,2, State l?t 1,2; S.S.D. 1,2,3,4; Biology Club 1,2,3; Bio-Chem Club 4; German Club 3,4; Swimming 1; Science Seminar 3,4. EUGENE JACOBS Science Fair 2, Second Award; Homecoming Committee 4; Fall Play 4, Publicity 4; Cabinet 3,4; S.S.S.H. 4, Supervisor 4; Unity Board 4; Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; Football 1; Track 1,2. HELLE JENSEN Transferred from Hojstrunskolen, Odense, Denmark; Foreign lixchange Student; Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow Alternate 4; Student Council 4; Stu- dent Union Board 4; Usher ' s Club 4;GirrsClub 4- G.A.A. 4; Aquasprites CHUCK JOBES Transferred from Bellbrook H.S., 4; Redskin ' s Revue 4; Musical 4; Choir 4; West Wordi. DONNJOBST Redskin ' s Revue - 1; French Club 1. Pow-Wow 4; Cabinet 4; S.S.O. 4; S.S.M. 4; Spodighters 128 CAROLYN JOHNSON While Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Science Fair 2, 2nd Place 2; S.S.O. 1,2,3; Vivace 3; Biology Club 1; Futur Nurses Club 1; French Club 2; Girl ' s Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Aquasprites 1,3; Cheerleaders 1,2. RICHARD I.. JOHNSON Red Cirtificalc 1; Broiize Key 3; Science Kair 2. 2iid I ' lace 2; U ' cs Wmi 4; Krencli Club 1; Intramurals 3; Football 3. ROBERTJOHNSON EUNICK. IjWERN JORDON Translcrrecl2; S.S.M. 4. WAYNEJUNC Science Fair 1,2; Foolball 2. CAIL MARSHA KAIAIIS Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 2,3,4; Cabinet 2; Unity Board 4; Spolligliters 1; Future Teachers ol America 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1,2,3; (iirls ' Club 3,4, President 4. SCOTT ALAN KALUZNA Science Fair 2, District Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 2,3; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 2; StudenlCouncil 1,2,3,4, ■l ' reasurer3; S.S.O. 4; S.SM. 4; Apodicosis 1J2,3; Arts Club 4; " N " Club 4; Tennis 1,2,3.4, Captain 4; Safety Council 2,3, Chairman 3. SHERRY LEE KAM HI Musicals; S.S.D. 4; Girls ' Glee 3,4; French Club 2; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 1. ELLEN KAMINSKY Transferred Irom Mather; S.S.O. 4. RUTH KANE Arts Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2. ' } (f LYNN ROBERTA K. N1ER S.S.M. 2,3; ArLsClub4; Future Teachers of America 1,2.3,4; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2,3. ARLENE KAPUN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 3; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2.3; Fall Plav 3, Crew 1,2; Cabinet 1,3; Spotlighters 1,2. Co-President 2; Thespians 2,3 4, Treasurer 4; Spanish Club 1; ArU Club 2; Science Fair 2; I ' nilv Board 2. JAYM, KAPLAN Bron e Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 1.2,3, .Si-cond in Dlslriil Fair 2; Fall Play 4; Musical 3; Choir 3; Biology Club 1.2,3; Bio-Chem Club 4. Vice President 4; German Club 2.3; . .V.A. 1. NANCY KARCH National .Merit Semi-Finalist 4; National Honor Society 3.4; While Certi- ficate 1; Broiue Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2:5. Isl Place Suite 3; Homecoming Committee 3.4. Rc-dskins Revue Pow-Wow I; Student Council 1.2.4. Ah. 1.2; Cabinet 2; S.S.O. 4; S.S.I). 4; I ' nity Boanl 4; Science Seminar 2; Wisl Word 1; . potheosis 1.2.3.4. Vice- President 3, President 4. RICHARD KARL Spanish Club 4; Wrestling 1,2,3; (lerman Club 1 ROGER KARl.F.SKY Transferred Ironi Noire D.ime. THOMAS JAM ES KATSOl ' I.IS Cabinet .Mtcrnaic 1.2; S.S.O. 3; Spring Concert l,2;Canicra Club 1; Gym- nastics 2,3; Swimming 1. BETH KATZ Bronze Key 3; Redskin s Revue- Pow-Wow 3,4; Musical 2; Ans Club 3. 4; Future leachers ol America 1.2; (ierman Club 1.23.4; Girls ' Club 4; Orchcsis 2,3,4. SHERRIE KAT Homecoming Coinmiltec 4; Redskins Kr ue ■ I ' ow-Wow 2.3. Fall Play 3. Musical 1.2:i; Cabinet 23.4; SS.O. 3; .StudenI I ' nion Board 4; Glee 1; Arts Club 2.3; Spollighiers 1 ; Bio-Chem Club 4; Future Nurses Club 4. Spanish Club 1 J2.3; Isherillcs 3.4. Vice President 4; Pep Club 1; (;irls ' Club3,4;G.A A 1.4 ANDREA SUE KAUFMAN Cabinet 1 . Alternalr. Girls ' Glee Club 1; Fulure Nurses Club 1 . BRUCE KEITH Science Fair 2; Homecoming C immille - 3. Redskins Revue • Pow Wow 3.4; S.S.O. 2.4; S.S.M. 1.23; .Spanish Club 2. Inlnimurals 2. Gymnastics 1; .Swimming 1 j2. ROBERTA KF,I.TER BERNARD KELTSCH S.S.M. 4; Intramurals 1,2; Baseball 1,2. ARLENEANNKEUPER Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow Crews 1.2; Musical 1,2, Crew; S.S.D. 3,4; Latin Club 3,4, Chairmau 4; Girls Club 4; Timers ' Club 4; Girls Glee 1,2. ROSEMARY KIERSTEIN S.S.M. 3,4; Girls ' Club 3,4; Ushers ' Club 3; G.A.A. 3. SHIRLEY KILCULLEN G.A.A. 1. DENNIS W. KINTZEL S.S.O. 2,3.4; " N " Club 4; Track 2,3,4, Minor " N " 2, Major " N " 3,4. MARK STEVEN KIPNIS Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 3, 4, Crew 3, Redskins ' Revue - Pow-VVow 4, Steering Committee 4; Student Council 2,3.4; Cabinet Alternate 1; S.S.O. 4; S.S.S.H. 4; Student Union Board 4. President 4; Unity Board 4; Math Club 1; German Club 1; Intramurals 1.2,3,4; Cross Country 1; Wrestling 1. MICHELE KIRSHMAN Redskins ' Revue ■ Pow-Wow 3,4; Fall Play 1; Musical 1,3,4; Cabinet 1, 2; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Arts Club 1,2; Thespians 3,4; Spot- bghters 1,2; Spanish Club 1; Ushers ' Club 2; G.A.A. 1. LINDA BETH KLATCH Transferred from Hillcrest High School. Dallas, Tex., 2; Bronze Key 3; F.T.A. 3; Ushers ' Club 3; Honor Lounge Chairman 4. JOAN LEE KLAVETER Science Fair 1; Homecoming Committee 2,3; Fall Play Make-up 2; Stu- dent Council 1,2; Cabinet Alt. 3; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.M. 2,3; French Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Timers ' Club 3; Cheerleaders 3,4, Secretary 3; Leaders ' 3,4. ROBERT KLETNICK NANCY KNOCHELMANN Transferred from Luther North 1; G.A.A. 1; Twirlers 2,3,4. RICHARD KOCH S.S.O. 3; A.V.A. 4; Intramurals 2; Swimming 2,3, Minor " N " 2,3. LEONARD KOENIG Spring Play 1; Unity Board 4; Spanish Club 1,2,3,4, President 4. JUDY KOLAKOWSKI Transferred from Carl Schurz. Bronze Key 3. DALE KOPRINIK Intramurals 2,3,4; Wresding 2. JUSTIN KOWITT S.S.M. 2; Biology Club 1. CHARLES J. KOZIOL Science Fair 2; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.M. 3; Cross Country 1; Wrestbng 1,2,3; Baseball 1,2,3. CHARLES CLEMENT KRAMER S.S.M. 4; Intramurals 1,4; Basketball 1. CAROL KRANZ G.A.A. 1,3,4; Girls ' Club 3,4, Vice-President 4. ROBERT KRASNER Fall Play 2; S.S.M. 3; Debate 1; Intramurals 3; Gymnastics 1. ILA JACQ UEUNE KRAUSE National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate!; BronzeKey 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2; Student Council 3,4; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 4, S.S.M. l,2,3;Student Union Board 4; Spectrum, Activities Editor 4; Spanish Club 2; Ushers ' Club 3; Girls ' Club 3. KRKDRICJ. KRKITKR Cabincl 4; S.S.S.H. 2; S.S.M. .5.4, Suptnisor ' iA. Iniraiiiurals 2,3; " N " Club 1.2.3,4. X ' iccPrcsidcnl 4; Koolball 4, Major " N " 4; Cross Coimtrv 1; Basketball 1.2.3,4, Major N " 1.2.3.4. Co-Caplaiii 4; Baseball 1.2J,4. .MICHAEL KRL ' l ' MCK Bronzt Kiv 3; Silver Kcv 4; Scii-rur Fair 1,2.3, Firsl Place 1,2,3, District 1.23. Firsll ' lacf2.3.Slaie2.3,()iilslamliiin3; S S M 1,2,3,4; . pollieosis 4; Arts Club 1.2,3.4; Biology Club 1,2,3,4.. Secri-lary 1 . President 3,4; Bio- Chein Club 4, President 4; C.erman Club 3,4. KOBKHT K KKl ' .SCllKA BARBARA KL ' HN National Honor Society 3.4; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fai 2; Student Council A lternate 4; S.S.I). 3.4; N.itiim.il Forensic l.e.inue 2. 3.4; Debate 1.2,3; (ierman CMub 1,3.4; .National .Merit Seiuilinalist 4. .MARCIA Kl ' RUN National Honor Society 3.4; While Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2: Silver Key 3; Science F ' air 2; Homecoming ( " ommillee 3.4. .Student Council 2; Cabinet Alternate 1; Biology Club 3; Russian Club 2.3.4; (l.A.A. 1.2,3; " It ' s. cademic " Team 4; .Science Seminar 2.3. JIU. KIRTI Red Certilicale 1; Bronze Key 3; Cabincl 1,2,3.4; Arts Club 3; Spotlighters 1.2. Treasurer 2; Spanish Club 1.2; (iirls Club 3.4; .Viuaspriles 3.4. MARK KL ' SHNER Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-W ' uw 3,4; S.S.M. 4; StudeiU L ' nion Board 4; Cerman ( luh 3,4. pf:nny l . ibf:rt Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2; Home- coming Committee 3.4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3; Fall Plav Cri-w 3; Musical Cre« 2,3; Cabinet 1,23.4. Secretarv 4; S.S.O. 23,4; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.D. 23; Thespians 2.3; Spotlighters 2; Spanish Club 1,2,3. ROBERT FRANCIS LANGE Science Fair 1; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 23. Stage Manager 2.3; Fall Plav 2,3, .Assistant Stage Manager 2, Stage Manager 3; Musical 2. 3,4, Stage Chairman 23; Stage and Lighting Crew 2.3; rhespians 2.3.4; O f ' f rtil JA.MES A. L PPA S.S.M. 3.4; Conccn Band 1.2; Stage and Lighting Crew 4: Astrcmomy and Aeronautics Club 1; A ' .A. 4; Football 1; Swimming 1,2. ROBFRT.M L KOISSA GERALD A L ROV Concert Band 1,2; Astronomy and . cronautics Club 4; German Club 3. KENNETH M. L RSON SHELLY L SSER Homecoming Committee 3; Cabinet 3; S.S.. 1. 1,2,3,4; Spotlighters 1; French Club 2; Pep Club 1 . CHRISTELL LAUER.MAN S.S.D. 2.3.4; German Club 1; Chess Club 23.4; G.A.A. 1.23. ELAINE VVETTE LFXK S.S.M. 23; Ushers ' Club 3.4; Pep Club 1.23; G.A.A. 13.4. JIM LE DUG Gymnastics 1. JAMES jayijcf:s Science Fair 2. District Fair 2; Musical 23.4: Cabinet Alternate I; S.S M. 4; Choir 23; Boys Glee 1; Silver Music Pin 3; Stage and LighUng Crew 1; Spanish Club 2; A.V..A. 1; Intramurals 3.4; Cross Country I; Wrestl- ing 1.23; Tnuiis 1. DENNIS J. UFEVRE SUSAN FRANCINE 1J ' :ICK Homecoming CominltUT 4; Fall Flav Crew 2: S.S.M. 2,4; Sludenl Union Boiird 4; French Club 2.3,4, v Ice-Presldeni 4; Ushers ' Club 3; Timers Club 2. MKRKDITH I ;NKIJ. Red Crrtliicale 1; Bronze Kev 2; Homecoming Committee 2; Redskins ' Rc%ue Pow Wow 23, Fall Play 4; Cabinet 3.4; S S.D 2; Student Union Board 4, Treasurer 4. Sprclrum 3,4, Assistant Underclassmen Editor 3; Activities FUlltor 4, Arts Club 3. rhespians 3.4; .Spotlighters 1; Spanish Club 1; Ushers Club 3; Girls Club 3; GA.A 1,3; Cheerleaders 1,2. G)Tn Irader 3.4. GLENN HOWARD LENZEN Bronze Key 3; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; National German Contest 2,3, 8th Place 2, 3rd Place 3; Golf 3. JEFFERY LEPTICH Red Certificate 1; Science Fair 1. SUSAN LERNER White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1,2,3,4, Crew 3; Fall Play 2,3,4, Crew Chairman 3,4; Musical 2,3,4; Student Council Alternate 2; Thespians 2, 3,4, Recording Secretary 4; Spotlighters 1; Latin Club 1,2,3,4. JUDITH LEVIN Homecoming Committee 3,4; S.S.O. 1,2,3; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. ROBERT LEVIN National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4, S.S.S.H. Chairman 2, S.S.D. Supervisor 3, Execu- tive Board 4; Cabinet 1,2,4, Vice-President 4; Football 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4, Co-Captain 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3; Baseball 1,2; " N " Club 2,3,4. MICHAEL LEVINE Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; SilverKey3; S.S.M. 4; Football 1; ball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3. Base- DIANE LEW Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3; Fall Play 2,3,4, Student Director 4; Musical 1,2,3; Cabinet 3,4; S.S.O. 3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; Unity Board 2; Arts Club 1,2; Thespians 2,3,4, Vice-President 4; Spodighters 1,2, President 2; Spanish Club 2,3,4; Pep Club 1. ANTHONY D. LIANO Football 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3. RITA D. UEBERMAN MARTHA N. LINDBERG Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; Cabinet 3,4. Ahernatel;S.S.0.4; S.S.M. 4; Student Union Board 4; Vivace 3; French Club 1,4, Corresponding Secretary 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Aquasprites2. CHARLES LINDER German Club 3; Chess Club 2,3; Coin Club 4. UNDA LOOD Pep Club 2; Girls ' Club 3,4. DONNA J. LOYND GARY LUCARY Wresding2; Baseball 1,2,3, Minor " N " 3. BARBARA LUNDQ UIST Science Fair 2, 2nd Place 2; G.A.A. 3, Pin 3, Minor 3. tMl JOHN EDWARD McARDLE Bronze Key 3; Science Fair 1,4; Stage and Lighting Crew 4; A.V.A. 3; Science Seminar 3,4. SHARON K. McCANN Red Certificate 1; Brorae Key 2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2. MARY ANN McCRACKEN G.A.A. 4. UNDA KAY McNINCH CHRISTINE MACA Russian Club 3,4. KATHLEEN MAGNER Cabinet 2, Alternate 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; Spanish Club 1,2; Timers ' Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2. 132 BETTY MAGNUSON ' S.S.D. 4; Spanisli Cl.ih 1.2; O.A.A. 3; Girls ' Glif 1,2 RONALD MALONK LAUK MALI7 Girls ' Glet 1,2,;!; Choir 4; Silver .Music Pin 3; Musical 1,3; IVp Clul) 2: Spunisli Glub 1; Thtspiaus 3,4. MICHAKl. II MAirrORANO EVA I.1V. . 1. SKK Rtilskiiis Rivuf I ' ow Wow 3; Gahinil .Mlirnalc 1; S.S (). 4; Tlicspiaiis 4; Krauii Cluli 2; Girls Club 4; G.A.A. 2. TKKKV.MAT .KIN Science Fair 2; S. S.S. II. 4; Football 1.2,3.4, Major " " 4, .Minor " N " 3; Wrcslling 1J2; Tennis 1. MAURICE .M. Z7. S.S.O. 3; Fooiba 1; Gymnastics 1,2. .MARGARET .MF. U S.S.O. 2,3; G.A.A. 2,3. RITH ELLEN ' MERAK National Honor Society 3,4; White Cerlificate 1; Hron .e Key 2; Silver Kev 3; Science Fair 1,2,3,4, State Fair 1.2,3, OuLstanding i,2,3; Red- skins ' Revue - I ' ow-Wow 4; S.S.O. 2; ivace 2,3,4; Arts Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 3, President 4; German Club 3,4; Girls Glee 1. FLI.EN MENAKER Red Certilicale 1; Broii .e Key 2; Sdentx- Fair 2; Redskins Rr ue ■ Pow- Wow 2; Musical Crew 3; S.S.I). 4; S.S..M. 3; Student I ' nion Biurd 4; . rti Club 3; Spodighters 1; Future Teiichers of . merica 2; ' Russian Club 1.2,3,4; L ' shers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; Girls ' Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3; Gym Leader 3,4. .MONTH .MENNINGEN Transferred 1963; Fall Play 2; S.S.S.H. 4; French Club 1; -V Club 3; Cross Country 2; Wrestling 2; Swimming 13,4; Track 2. WILLIAM GLEN MERRl.MAN Cabinet 3; Intermediate Band 1; Concert Band 2J,4; Stage Band 4; Marching Band 2,;i,4; French Club 2. d M trc f ■- . .; tM SYDNI METRICK Redskins Reyue- Pow-Wow 4; Mu5icalCrew3,4; Thespians 3.4; National Forensic I eague 4; Pep Club 1,2; G.. .. . 1. SHARON LVNNE MEYER Cabinet 1 . STEVEN ALLEN .MEYER S.S.M. 4. PHIUPMIKl ' IvX Football 1 ,2,3. Minor " N " 3; CymnasUcs 2; Boys Stale 3. JERRY .M1U.ER RICHARD .MILNES Transferred from Ume Technical High School. .MICHAEL MIRSKY Transferred from South Shore High School. S.S.O. 3.4; Inliamurals 2. 3.4; Basketball 2. .MELODY C. MITS Fall Play Crew 3; .Mu.ilcal 3,4; Cabinet Alternate 2; SS D 2,3,4; Art Council 3.4; Spanish Club 2; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 1.2.3.4. . quasprito 3.4. Treasurer 4 TETIT. MORRIS Hometdnnng Committee 3,4; Redskins Re ue Pow Wtiw 1,3,4. S.S.D 3.4; S.S .M 1.2.3; Siudail L ' nion Board 4; Spanish Club 1. Pep Club I; G. A. 1.23.4. BRUCE MOSER S.S.O. 4; Radio Electronics Club 1,2; Inlramurals 2,3,4; Swimming 1,2. KEITH JOHN MOSER ROBERT JAMES MUELLER S.S.S.H. 2,3,4; " N " Club 3,4, Treasurer 4; Football 1; Cross Country 2; Wrestling 1 ,2,3,4, Captain 4. DAVID A. MURPHY White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2,3, State Fair 2, District Fair 3; Cabinet Alternate 1; S.S.M. 2,3; Latin Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Intramurals 2,3,4; " N " Club 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 2,3, Major " N " 4; Track 2. ELAINE ANNE MUTH Homecoming Q ueen 4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; Musical 2,3,4; Cabinet 3; S.S.O. 1; S.S..M. 4; Choir2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Thespians 4; Spotlighters; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Cheerleaders 2,3,4. MOLLY SUE NADLER Homecoming Committee 4; Fall Play 3; Cabinet Alternate 3; S.S.D. 4; Student Union Board 4; Arts Club 3; Spanish Club 1,2. JILL NELSON Homecoming Committee 3,4, Cabinet 1,2; S.S.S.H. 3,4, Secretary, S.S.M. 2; Unity Board 4; Spanish Club 2; G.A.A. 1; Guard Club 4; Cheer- leaders i, 2,3,4, Captain 4. PENNY NELSON H ' cs ir«;r 2; Ingenue 2. KARIN SUE NEUMANN S.S.D. 4. BETTY NEWMAN Quill and Scroll Society 3,4; Redskins ' Revue -Pow-Wow 2,4; West Word, Associate Editor 3, Editor 4; Apotheosis 2,3,4; Spotlighters 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Orchesis2. JEFFNEWMARK DIANE NEWTON Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1,2,3,4; Cabinet 1,2,3; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; Girls Glee 1; Stage Crew 3; Future Teachers of America 1,2,3,4; French Club 1,2,3; Ushers ' Club 4; A.V.A. 4; Pep Club 1,2; Guard Club 4. MARCL J. NICLAS Musical 1,2,4; Vivace 2; Orchestra 1,2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; Gold Mu- sic Pin 3; Future Nurses Club 1,2; Latin Club 1,2; Latin Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 2; G.A.A. 3,4; Orchestra Letter 1. BILL NODDIN S.S.O. 2; Swimming 1. JIM NOGAR Basketball 3, 4 NANCY LOU NORLING Orchestra 1,2; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1,3,4. LANA NOVAK Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 2,3; Spodighters 1; G.A.A. 1,2; Twirlers 1,2,3. SONDRA NOVAK Redskins ' Revue ■ Pow-Wow 2,3; Student Council 1; French Club 1. DAVID NOVOSELSKY Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3; Fall Play 3; Spring Play 3; Musical 3; Stage and lighting Crew 3. KAREN NOVOSELSKY Musical 1; S.S.M. 4; Arts Club 3,4; Spanish Club 1,3,4; Girls ' Glee 1,2. JAMES ROBERT NOVOTNY S.S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; A.V.A. 1; " N " Club 2,3,4; Football 1, Major " N " 2,3,4; Wresding 1,2, Minor " N " 2, Major " N " 3,4; Track 1; Baseball 1. RICllAKl) I ' All.ODKSS Redskins ' Rtvuc ■ PowWmv 3.4; Cabiiici 4; S.S.O. 4; S.S.S II. 4, SiirH-r visor 4; French Club 1.4. I ' residenl 4; Iiuramurals 3. Foolhall Cliampion 3; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1,2. DANIEL E. OLES Transferred from Lane Teeb 1; . . ' .. . 2.3,4. AOELE OliiBERC S.S.D. 4; ir,,v Wurdi. Arts Club 3,4; Cernian Club 2. CAR.NETJEA.N()LSEN Pep Club 3; Girls ' Club 3,4; C.A.V. 3.4. RUTH ANN OLSON Choir 3,4; Silver .Music I ' in 4, Future Nurses Club 3; (;.A.A. 3. DENNIS O.MACHEL SHARON OMACHEL Pep Club 2. MARGUERITE A. O ' NEIU. Redskins ' Revue - I ' owWow 3; I ' shers ' Club 3. ROBERT ORLOVE Homecoming Committee 3; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1; Cabinet 1; S.S.M. 3.4; HV.S7 WoiJ 1; Pep Club 1.2; Hi-Y I; Intramurals 1,23,4; Cross Country I; Basketball 1,2; Baseball 2,4. f .fi i DEORTHVOSTER.MEIER Future Nurses Club 2; C. A. A. 1,3,4; Girls Glee Club 1,2. FRIEDA PAKIER Transferred Irom Amundsen High School 3; Redskins Revue- Pow-W ' ow, Crew 4; Fall Play. Crew 4; S.S.S H. 4. Secretary 4; Sfxclnim 4, AsslslanI Senior Section Editor 4; Future Teachers of America 3,4; French Club 2,3,4; I ' shers Club 4; Pep Club 3,4; Girls Club 3,4; G.A. A. 1,2; Region- al Basketball Tournament Committee 4. .MARK HOWARD PALMER S.S.O. 3,4; Intramurals 1,2,3. . NNEGRET. I.PAPA DEAN PAPPAS Transferri-d from Line TiTlinical High School 3. Bronze Key 3; Intra- murals 4; Baseball 3,4, .Minor ' .N ' " 3. .MARTIN L PAULSF:N Football 1.2; Basketball 1. .N.VNCV LOLISE PAILSON Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 3,4; Aquasprltes 3,4. TO.M PAl ' S Transferred from Noire Dame 2; S.S,0. 3. BETTY PEDorr Ushers Club 3; G.A.A 1J2.3. ARDITH PKNNKR SS..M. 1,2,3,4 UNDA perlman Cabinet 1.2.3; S.S () 2,3; Student Unl.m Boiird 4. H ' r WV.rrf 2,3,4, Feal urr Editor 4; Future Teachers oi.Xincrka 1 ,2. Spanbh Club 1,2. (..A. A 2. SUSAN ANN PERR Concert Band 1,2.3,4, Secrelarv 2, Student Conductor 4, Inter I, Sliver Music Pin 2, Crnlflcatr3. Marching Band 1.2.3.4. Dniin .Major 4. Con cen Orchestra 1.2,3.4. Inter 2. Silver Pin 3. Stage Band 1,3.4. RedskJns ' Revue - PoW ' U ' ow 4, Steering Cummltlre 4, .Mu. ' klcal (Conductor and Arranger 4; All Disinci Band 2,3,4. All Suie Band 3.4; Skokle Women s Club .Musk Sdiolanhip 3; C.A.A. I J. I3S -■ % wl T 4 «% SUSAN PETACtiUE Cabinet 1,2,3; S.S.M. 1,2,3,4; Spothglucrs 1; French Club 1,2,3,4, Sec- relary4; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Timers ' Club 4. CAROLYN PETERS S.S.O. l;PepCIub3;G.A.A. 3. ,| STEPHEN W. PETERS ill Si KAREN RUTH PETERSEN Bronze Key 3; Arts Club 3,4; Future Nurses Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4, Board 3,4, Treasurer 4. ARLETTE KATHLEEN PETERSON Red Certiticate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Cabinet 2,3; S.S.M. 3; Future Teachers of America 2; French Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Aquasprites 4; Girls ' Glee 2. CURTIS RONALD PETERSON Science Fair 2, First Place; S.S.O. 2,3; Chess Club 1. il ' ' " ! t . DANA D. PETERSON JANE PETERSON Science Fair 1,3; Art Council 4; G.A.A. 1. KAY PETERSON Bronze Kev 3; S.S.M. 4; Vivace 2,3,4; French Club 2. ROBERT PETERSON Science Fair 1,2; S.S.O. 3,4; A.V.A. 1; Track 1. CHARLOTTE PETROSKE MARSHA ANN PETROSKI Pep Club 1. SANDRA PIERCE White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1,3,4; Stage and Lighting Crew 4; West Wordi; Spanish Club 1.2; Girls ' Club 4. SCOTT PITZER S.S.M. 4; Football 1,2; V ' restlmg 1,2. MICHAEL PIZZOLATO HEIDI PLANTE S.S.O. 3; Girls ' Glee 1; G.A.A. 3,4. GINA POLLICE Arts Club 3; Ingenue 3,4; Girls ' Club 4. LINDA PORAZINSKI Unity Board 4; Choir 3,4; Future Nurses Club 2,3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, G.A.A. Board 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Pin 1, Minor Letter 2, Major Letter 3; Girls ' Glee 1,2. RALPH TERRY POTKIN White Certificate 1, Bronze Key 3; Science Fair; S.S.M. 4. LYNDA PREHNAL Cabinet 1, S.S.M. 2; Spec rum 4; Arts Club 2,3,4; Future Teachers of America 2,3; Ingenue 1,3; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Pep Club- 1; Girls ' Club 4. BARB PROESEL ,36 S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 2; Ushers ' Club 4; Girls ' Club 1 ,4; G.A.A. 1. CKEC; rUERKEI. S.S.O. US.S.M. 1. XANCV RAAB White Certificate 1; Broiiy.e Key 2; Science Kair2,3. Second Place 2. Tliird I ' lace 3; Redskins ' Revue- I ' ow-Wow 1; Student (Uniucil 1: Cabinet 1,2; S.S.O. 3,4; ,S.S.S.H. 3, .Secretary 3; S.S.M. 3,4; I ' ep CInl. 1; C.A.A. 1,2,3; Guard Club 3; Timers ' Club 2,3.4. SUSAX MARIE RADERMACHER Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 3. HAI.G. RAM.MEI. Science Fair 2.3. Second I ' lace 2; Biology Club 3; Bio-Clieni Club 4; Science Seminar 2,3.4. JAN R. 1 ' P()RT S.S.S.H. 1.2, Secretary 2; I ' ep Club 1. SALLV V. RASK Redskins ' Revue ■ Pow- Vo« 2; Fall Play2, Crew; Cabinet 1,2.3,4; S.S.M.; Thespians 2; French Club 1 ,2,4; Ushers ' ( ' lub 3. SUSA.N RASK Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; Cabinet 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; S.S.M. 2,4; French Club 1,2,4; Ushers ' (Uub 3; Timers ' Club 3,4, President 4. JOHN RAUCCI JOY CHARUCNE REGIN Ushers ' Club 3; Twirlers 1,2.3,4, Letter " N " 2, Silver Pin 3. D.WIDW KEICIIEKTS S.S.O. 1.2.4; S.S.M. 4; " N " Club 4; Fwiiball 1 2.3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major ■■N " 4; Track 1,23,4, .Major -N " 3,4. MARK ALAN REIT.M. N Science Fair 2; Redskins Revue - Pow-Wow 4; .Musical lji!.3,4; Boys ' Glee 1; Barbtrshoppers 1,3; All State Festival 4; Interim League Music Festival 2,3,4; Minor .Music Cenificale 1; Choir 2,3,4; Silver , Iusic Pin 3; Stage Crew 1; Thespians 3.4; Football 4; Wrestling 2 J. SUSAN RENIERIS S.S.S.H. 3; .Math Club 1; Spanish Ciub2.3: G.A.. . IXiA- DEBBV REST Redskins Revue • Pow-Wow 1.3.4; Cabinel 1; Student Union Board 4; SSM 2,3,4; Arts Club 1; Spanish Club 1.2: G.A.A. 1,23,4; Orchesis 3. RONNA HICK S.S.M. 1.23.4; Spanish Club 1 J2. carvrin(;fi. llomcconiiiig Conmiiitce 3; S.S.O.; Cross Counlry l ; Track £. Science F.ii ' r 2; Spolllghlcrs I; Spanish Club 3,4: Girls ' Club 3.4. S«rc lary3;G.A.A 1. CHARLES A. ROBB INS Debate 1; A A . . 2: Pep Club 1 i: Iniramurals I: G Tnnasilcs 1. Rl( HARD ALLEN ROBERTS IllOMAS ROBERTS a , i rv-i. Brun e Kev 3; National Forensic Iragur 1 .23.4. Scvrrtarv 23.4: IWwIc lji.3,4. Aslroiiomv and Aeronautics Club 1; I-itIn Club 1. JEFFREY EARL K(K:||.MAN u . , c ; M White Ccrtlflcaic 1. Broiuc Key 2; Silver key 2; Science Fair 2. S SAI. 4; German Club 13. Bridge C:lub 3, NaU.mal (K ' nnan Conlcsl J.3. DANA R(X;iN S.S.M. 13 137 I - aS LINDA ROLLA G.A.A. 1. DENNIS ROSEN S.S.O. M; Radio Electronics Club 1; A.V.A. 1,2; Intramurals 2,3. BARBARA ROSENBERG White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 3; Home- coming Committee 4; Student Coimcil 4; Cabinet 1,2; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.D. 3,4; S.S.M. 2; Student Drfcss Board 4, Chairman 4; Spotlighters 1; Latin Club 1,2; Pep Club 1. JAMES ROSENBLOOM White Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Kev 3; S.S.O. 3.4; Wresding 2, 3,4; Track 1. BEVERLY ROSENFELD S.S.O. 1; Ushers ' Club 3; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4; Gym leader 4. ROSALIE ROSENFELD S.S.O. 1; Ushers ' Club 3; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1.2,3.4. GREGG ROSENQ.UIST Hi-V 1,2,3,4; Intramurals 1; Gymnastics 1,2. PENNY ILENE ROTHEISER Homecoming Committee 3,4; Fall Play 4; Musical, Cre ' 2; S.S.D. 3; Choir 3,4; Spectrum 2; West Word 4; Arts Club 4; Thespians 4; Spot- lighters 1; French Club 1,2; Ushers ' Club 3; Girls ' Glee 1,2; Student Director of Niles Township News 4. PAMELA ROTTER Transferred from Sullivan High School. BronzeKev3; Homecoming Com- mittee 2,4; Cabinet 3,4; S.S.O. 3.4; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.M. 3; Student Union Board 4; Arts Club 3; Spodighters 1; French Club 3,4; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Gym Leader 3,4; S.S.D.4. ALBERT TERRANCE ROWELL, JR. Transferred from Sullivan High 3; Radio Electronics Club 4. DEBBYROYNE S.S.O. 3; Arts Club 2,3,4; French Club 2,3; G.A.A. 2. CHARLES RUBNER Science Fair 2; Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 4; Cabinet 1,2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 4, Supen-isor 4; S.S.D. 2; Stage and Lighting Crew 2,3; Spotlighters 1; Intramurals, Tennis 4, Swimming 2,3. BII.IJE L. RUDD LESUE R. RUDNICK Science F ' air 2,4; Biology 2,3. MICHAEL WAYNE RUDOWICZ Science Fair 1; Fall Play 3; Musical 1,2,3,4; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; Choir 2,3; Silver Music Pin 3; Thespians 3; Radio Electronics Club 2; Astronomy Aeronautics Club 2; German Club 2. JANICE RUSH Homecoming Court 4; S.S.O. 1,2; S.S.S.H. 4, Secretary4; Ushers Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,3. Club 3; JOANNERYDEN National Honor Society 3,4; White Certificatel; BronzeKey 2; Silver Key 3; Homecoming Committee 2,3; Redskins ' Revue- Pow-W ' ow 4; Fall Play 4; .Musical 1,4; Student Council 1,2,3,4, Recording Secretary 4; Vivace 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3; Music Certificate 1; Silver Music Pin 3; Arts Club 2,4; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2. CANDACE S. SACKRISON PAM SAGE Spectrum 4; Girl ' s Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2,3,4, Pin 1, Minor 2, Major 4. SANDRA SALOTTI S.S.M. 4; G.A.A. 3,4; Girl ' s Glee 2,3. DON SALT MAN Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; Cabinet 1,2; S.S.O. 1,2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 3, S.S.M. 1,2,4; Student Union Board 4; German Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; Cross Country 1; Basketball 1,2, Freshman Shield 1, Sophomore Shield 2; Wresding 3, Minor " N " 3. RICK SAMUELSON WENDY SAXON Spanish Club 1; Pep Club UC.A.A. 1. ALLAN F. SCHAF .FER S.S.M. 2,3.4; Hi-V 1; Imramurals 3,4; ■V Club 1; Fuuiball 1,2, Supli. Shield, Minor N ' 3, Major N " 4; Baskciball 12, .Minor N ' 3. Major " N " 4; Baseball 1J2,3,4. NANCY C.SCHAFFNER Ked.skins Kevue • PowWow 1 J ,3,4; Choir 3,4; Silver Mu.sic Pin 4; Stage and I.ighiing Crew 2; , rl5 Club 2; he pians 2; Girls (Uee 1,2. IA. P. .SCHKCHIKK NANCY, SCllIIXAC Transferred from Regina Dominican; S.S.O. 3; S.S.D. 4; C... .. . 3; Tennis 3. KFINNFTIISCHINZINC ScieiKi- F;iir 2; Cloncerl Band 2; Stage Band 1; Ba.skelball 1 2. TED .SCHMIDT S.S.O. 2.3,4; Science Fair 1,2; A.V.A. 1; Spanish Club 2. MARILYN SCHR. . IM S.S.D. 1,2.3,4. DIAXK. SCIUI.M.VN Pep Club l,2;(;irlsClecl.2. HKi.i;. s(:iin.i7 JOVCK.SCHl ' .MAN Science Fair 2; Homecoming Commillee 3,4; Musical 2,3; Choir 3.4; Girls ' Glee 1,2; ,Silver Music Pin 3; .Spanish Club 1,2; Ishcrs Club 3 G.A.A. 1. SUSAN SCHWART . S.S..M. I; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1. KAREN SCOTT S.S.M 3; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2,3, Pin 3, MinorCVA. 3; .Aquaspriies 2; Guard Club 3; Girls Glee 1,2. SUSAN SCULLY S.S.O. 2; Ushers ' Club 4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1 ,3,4. SUSAN SEI D.MAN Science Fair 1, Isi Slate, 1st ( " hiaigo . rca; Homecoming CommlHet 4; .Musical 1; Student Council 1,2J,4; Cabinet . llernale 1; S.S.D 4; S.SM. 2; Student Union Boiird 4; irr. K ' ori 1,2; Spolllghlcrs 1, Secretary 1; , lath Club 1, SetretaryTrcasurxr, Pep Club 2; Tri-Hi 1: Individual Speech Events 4. UURASEIJG.MAN .National Honor .Society 3,4; Red Cenlflcate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Sdencx- Fair 3; Redskins Revue. Pow.W ' ow 1 .2.3,4. Steering Committee 4; Fall Plav 3,4; Musical 2,3; Vivace 2,3,4; Choir 3,4. Silver .Music lln 2; Gold .Music PUi 3; Stage and iJghting Crew 2: Thespians 1.2.3.4. Secretary 3; Spolllghters 1; Spanish Club I, (firrs Glcr 12- R. NDALL.SHAF Cross Country 1.2; Swimming 1.2,3.4. LINDA SII.WNON SSM. 1; FN A. I,(; A A 4 GREGARY A SHERIDAN S NDRA SHINER National Honor Socliiy 3,4. White Certificate 1; BronzeKey 2; Silver Key 3; ,Si1eiur Fair 2, Redskins Revue Pow V ' o» 4, Sieertng Coinnilttcr 4; Fall Plav 2,3,4, Musical 2;i. Uylty Board 4, Choir 3,4; Stage and Light Ing Crew 2, Ihesplans 2.3,4, President 4, Spolllghters 2; Spanish Club I; .National .Merit Ixtter of Cummendatiun 4; Girls Glee 1 . 139 iiiJini A PEARLE SIJiPVAN Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1 ,3,4; Fall Play, Crew 1,2,3; Spring Play Crew 1,2; Musical, Crew 2,3; Stage and Lighting Crew 2; Thespians Crew 1,2; Musical, Crew 2,3; Stage and Lighting 1,2,3,4 Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 1,2. ROBERT Sl.OTKY Spanish Club 1; A.V.A. 3; Intramurals 1. DENNIS SMITH National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2,3, First Place 1,2,3, First Place District 2,3, First Place Stiite 3; Homecoming Committee 4; Cabinet 4, President 4; S.S.O. 1,3; S.S.S.H. 2,4, Chairman 4; S.S.D. 3; Unitv Board 4; Bio-Chem Club 4; Math Club 2; " N " Club 2,3,4; Football 1,2 ' ,3,4, Major " N " 2,3,4, Co-cap- tain 4; Wrestling 2, Minor " N " 2; Gymnastics 1, Minor " N " 1; Track 1, 2,3, Minor " N " 1,2. RONNASNEIDER Transferred from Mather; S.S.M. 2; Arts Club 3; Spanish Club 3; G.A.A. 1,2. PAUL SNOPLV S.S.M. 4; Hi-V 2; Intramurals 1,2; Football 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 3. Major " N " 4; " N " Club 4. JANICE SNYDER Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3; Spanish Club 1; Pep Club 1; C.. .A. 1. VINCENT SOLANO STEVE SOLOMON S.S.O. 1,4; FootbaU 2,3,4, Major 4; Basketball 1; Wrestlmg 2,3,4, Minor 3; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Minor 3, Major 4. KATHVR. SORENSEN ANN MERLE SIEGAL ELAINE SILVERMAN Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow, Make-up Crew 1; S.S.S.H. 2, Secretary 3; S.S.D. 3,4; S.S.M. 1; Spanish Club 1,2; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1; Timers ' Club 2,3. LYNN SILVERMAN Cabinet 3; S.S.O. 2,4; French Club 2,3,4; Latin Club 1; G.A.A. 1,2. ARTHUR SILVERSTEIN Transferred from Niles East 4; " N " Club 4; Cross Country 4, Major 4; Basketball 1; Swimming 2; Baseball 1,2,3, Minor 3. HOWARD SIMON Transferred Ironi ' on Steuben 2; Science Fair 2; Redskins ' Revue - Pow- Wow 4; Musical 4; Concert Band 3,4; Silver Music Pin 4; Stage and Lighting Crew 4; Wcsf W ' oit 2,3; German Club 2,3; Intermediate Band 2; Music Letters. JAMES SINGER Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 4; S.S.O. 1,4; Latin Club 4; Track 3,4; Ten- nis 2. BRUCE SIRKIN Musical 1,2,3; Student Council, Alternate 4; Choir 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Thespians 2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Track 1. MICHAEL SIUDA Biology Club 2; French Club 2; Intramurals 2. EDWIN SKRZYMOWSKI STUART SORINSKY Transferred from Von Steuben 1; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3; Fall Play 2,3; Musical 2,3; S.S.O. 2; Stage and Lighting Crew 2,3; Thespians 2,3; German Club 2. ROBERT SOTELLO Bronze Key 3; Silver Key 4; Science Fair 1,2; Wrestling 1,2. 140 KATHLEEN MARIA SPEICHERT S.S.M. 3; Girls ' Club; G.A.A. JANICE SPIEGEL Ushers ' Club; Pi-p Club 1; Girls ' Club 3.4. JAMES SPINNATO Orchestra 1.2,3. Minor " N " . RICHAKD STEELE Cabinet 3; S.S.O. 3.4; S.S.S.II. 2; Spntrum. Cover Anisl 4; A.V.A. 4; " N " Club 2.3,4. President 4; Football 1.2.3,4, .Major ' N ' " 2,3,4, Co-Cap tain 4; Basketball 2,3,4, Minor " X " 3, .Major ' . " 4; Gvnuiastics 1 ; [rack 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4; Illinois Boys ' Slate 3. DENNIS -STEIN Boys ' Glee 1; Choir 2,3,4; Fall Plav 4; Musical 2,3.4; Redskins ' Revue ■ Pow-W ' ow 4; Thespians 3. TINA M. STEIN ROBERT STEINBKIU; Musical 4; Orchestra 1,3.4; Concert Band 1,2J,4; Silver .Music Pin 4; French Club 1; Guard Club 3.4; Intramurals Swimming 3,4; Swimming 1.2. ALEX STEM ER Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 2.3, Second Place 3; Cabinet .Alternate 2; S.S.S.H. Honor Lounge Co-Chairinan 4; Biologv Club 2,3, Treasurer 3; Bio-Chem Club 4; .Math Club 2; (UTinan Club2;3,4; Intramurals 2. CIL RLENE. STERN Bronze Kcv 3; Silver Kcv 4; Science Fair 3; Homecoming CominilttT 3. 4; Cabinet 4; S.S.M. 2.3; Student LInion Board 4; French Club 2.4. GEORGE STERN Bronze Kev 3; French Club 4; " N " Club4; Golf 2.3.4. Captain 4; National .Merit Ixtter of Commendation 4. .MICHAEL STONE Redskins ' Revue- Pow-Wow 1.2; Arli Club 1.2.3; Thespians 1.2.3.4; Spot- lighters 1.2.3; National Forensic I.caguc 1.23.4;ChessClub2.3; A.V.A. 2. JUNE STORCK Science Fair 2; S.S.D. 3.4; S.S.M. 4; French Club 2,3; Pep Club 2. DONALD STR. HAN Red Ceruhcaie 1; S.S.O. 23,4; S.S.S.H. 2; S.S.D. 3. Supenlsor, S.S.M. 4. Supenisor; Football 1; Cross Counlrv 3. Major ' N ' ; Basketball 1.2; Track 1.2,3; III. Premier Bovs Stale 3.4. RHF.. STRAl ' SS Red Certificiate 1; Bronze Key 2: Silver Key 3; Silence Fair 2, Second Place Homecoming Committee 4; Redskins Revue - Po»- Vow 1.3.4; Fall Play Crew 3; S.S.M. 4; Thespians 3.4; Spodighters 1; Spanish Club 1.2; Giiis ' Club 4; Spanish Seminar 4; (iirls ' Gk-e2. BOB STRO.M Scicncx- Fair 1.2; lUimeconiing ( ' omniiltee 3,4; Redskins ' Re uc- Pow-Wow 1,2; Cabinn 2; S.S.M. lji,3; Sjiodightcrs 1; Spanish Club 2; Intramurals 1; Gymnastics 1; District Science Fair 1.2. AKTIHRSILSER DANIEL SWANSON S.S.O. 1.2;GcnnanClub4;Intramurals3.4; Vresillng2J.4. Major ' N ' 3. DONNA SWANSON S.S.O. 1. SHARON SWANSON Chess Club 1; G.A.A 1 SANDISWEADNER Ketlsklns Roue PowWow 13.4; S.S.O. 4; Spolllghters 1; I ' shers Club 4; Pep C;lub 1; Girls Club 3,4; G A A 1; Giri J Glee 1J2.3. CertlfWale. GLORIA TALIAS JKFFERY TANNENBAl ' M Kali Plav Crew 3. Spring Plav Crew IJ2; S S () 23; S SS.H 23; An Council 2. Spanish Club 3. A ' A. 1J2; Basketball 2; Tennis 1.3 ' t Ml A BARBAIU V. TENBUSCH Redskms ' Revue- Pow-Wow 2; S.S.O. 4; S.S.M. 1,2,3; Tri-Hi-V 1. BENJAMIN TERMAN S.S.S.H. 2; A.V.A. 4; Swimming 1. RICHARD J. TESCHKY DUNA SUE THIEDE S.S.D. 1,2,3. JAMES V. THOMMES Redskins ' Revue - Pow-VVow 4; Fall Play 4; Musical 3,4; Concert Band 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Stage and Lighting Crew 4; Intramurals 1. JAMES W. THOMPSON Science Fair 2; Musical 3; Student Union Board4, Associate Board Mem- ber; Choir 3,4; A.V.A. 1,2,3,4. GAYLE RUTH THOMSEN Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow Alternate 4; S.S.O. 4; S.S.D. 4; S.S.M. 4; Spanish Club 1; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Pep Club 1; Girls ' Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2,4; Aquasprites 4; Timers ' Club 4. RICHARD TIMMEL Radio- Elearonics Club 2,3. JOHN TIMMER National Honor Society 3,4; Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 4; Science Fair 2; Student Council 4; S.S.O. 2,3,4, Chairman 4; S.S.D, 3, Supervisor 3; Unity Board 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4, Minor 2,3, Major 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4, Minor 3, Major 4. AUDREY TISCHLER Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 1,2,3,4; Musical 1,2,3; Cabinet 1,2, Secre- tary 2; Choir 3,4; Silver Music Pin 3; Arts Club 1; Thespians 3,4; De- bate 1; German Club 1,2,4; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Orchesis 2, Secretary 3, Vice- President 4; Girls ' Glee 1,2. CHERYL TODD Transferred from Niles East 3; Spanish Club 3; G.A.A. 3,4. SANDRA TOLCHIN Cabinet Alternate 1; French Club 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Girls ' Glee 1; S.S.D. 3,4. JANICE TRITSCHLER Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Redskins ' Revue - Pow-Wow 3; Musical 1,2,3,4; Orchestra 1,2,3,4, Student Conductor 3,4; Silver Music Pin 2; Gold Music Pin 3; Arts Club 1; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Aquasprites 2,3; Guard Clubs. ALAN TROPSTEIN FRAN TROPSTEIN Spanish Club 3; Ushers ' Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; Girls ' Club 3,4, Treasur- er 4. BRL N TRUESDELL A.V.A. 1,2,3,4; GymnasUcs 1,2,3. MERLE TUCHOW Pep Club 1,2,3, Treasurers; S.S.D. 2; S.S.O. 3; Ushers ' Club 3,4; Home- coming Crew 4. MIKE TUSCANO Swimming 2; Baseball 1. JAMES VanGRIMBERGEN S.S.O. 2. JACK A. VERHUNCE Cross Country 1; Swimming 1,2; Track 1. MARILYN VIGILETTI ANGEIv J. VILLANO S.S.S.H. 2; S.S.M. 2,3,4; I ' ep Club 1; (;.A.A. 12: Tiinirs ' Club :i:i. JESSICA VUMING S.S.O. 2; An Council 4. CORINNK VOI.LMF.R BOB WACNER Cabinet 3; S.S.O. 2,3,4, Executive Hoard 4; S.S.S.H. 4, Head Supervisor 4; S.S.M. 2,3; Aquaspriles 3; Cluard Club 3,4; " " Club 3,4; Kootb;ill 1,2,4, .Minor " N " 2, Major " N " 4; Cyinnastics 1; Swiinniiii); 2,3,4, Major " N " 3,4, Interim League (Ihatnpionsbip 2, l)ep. ' alle ' (!hanip. 3,4, State Districts Champ. 3,4, State Finals 3,4. SHIRLEY J E NWAHLE LOUISE VAL niS Science Fair 1, Districts 2nd I ' lace; Redskins Revue I ' ow Wow 2,3; Con- cert Band 2,3,4; Silver Music Pin 4; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. p,2,3. PATRIC1. WALTER White CerUflcate 1; Silver Key 3; Bronze Key 2; Musical 3; Vivace 2, 3,4; Choir 3.4; Silver .Music Pin 2; Gold Music Pin 3; (Icrnian Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2. GARY WATK INS Sciena " Fair 3. EILEEN WATTERLOHN ' • •«■ 4 fe w t .- . -- Cj y- % i ti ) PAUL WEBER JAMF:S WEHR. IACHER Redskins ' Revue I ' owWow 3; .Musical 4; .Marching Band 23,4; Orches- tra 4; Concert Band 2,3.4; Stage Band 3; Silver Music Pin 3, .NA.NCY HELE.N WEINBERG Red CerUiicate 1; Bronze Kev 3; Science Fair 2, 2nd Place; Ushers Club 4; Pep Club 1 J2.3; Girls Club ' 4; G.A.A. 3.4. HOU.YWEI ER White Certificate 1; Broiue Kev 2; Silver Kev 3; Homecoming Committee 2,3,4, Co-chairman 4; Cabinet 2,3.4; S.S.O. 2.3,4, Executive Board 4; S.S.M. 2J; National .Merit Letter of Commendation 4. ANITA WEINSTF;IN Redskin ' s Resue - Pow Wow 1,2.3.4. .Mteruaie 4; Musical 1.3; Choir 3. 4; Silver Music Pin 3; Arts Club 4; Spodighters 1; Future Teachers of America 3; Spanish Club 1 .2.3; Girl ' s Club 3.4; (lirl ' s Glee 1.2. ELLIOT WKINSTEIN S.S . I. 1.2.4; Football 2.4, .Minor " N " 4; Wresdlng X ir. stf;ve WEISS Science Fair 2. 1st I ' lace 2. District 2nd Place 2; Fall Plav 4; Musical 1.2.3.4; Choir 2.3.4; Silver .Music Pin 2; Gold Music Pin 3; Thespians 23,4; French Club 3.4. Treasurer 4; IntramuraLs Tennis 1; Boys Gler 1; Stage Crew 1. LEE WEISZ STEPHEN WELLNER Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 1,23; S.S.,M. 4, Supenlsor 4; French Club I; Intra- muraLs 3,4; Cross Counlrv 1. Basketball 1.2.3.4. .Minor " N " 3. Major ■N 4; Baseball 1,2.4. KENNETH G. WENTINK Transferred from Notre Dame H.S. 3. JAYWERNIKOFT .Silence Fair 1.2. 2nd Place Distrin 1. Cabinet 1.2. VlirPresidcnl I; S.S.S.H. 4. Chairman 4; S.S.M. 2. LaUn Club 23; Wrestling 1,2.4, Major TM- 4. JOANEIJ. JEAN WF;TM0RE Redskins Re uc Pow Wow 3.4. Ahemate 4; Choir 3.4. Arts Club 4; G.A A. 1,2; Speech InlerprelaUon 4; Girl ' s Glee 1,2 r WILLIAM T. WHAI Y DALEK. WICKUM Science Fair 2, 2nd Place 2. THOMAS WlDERCiUIST S.S.O. 2,3; S.S.S.H. 4, Supervisor 4; Aquasprites 3; Guard Club 3,4; Football 1,2,4, Minor " N " 2,4; Swimming 1,2,3,4, Minor " N " 1, Major " N " 2,3,4, Captain 4; Track 2. JEFFREY WIESE S.S.O. 1. GARY H. WTLKINS S.S.O. 1; " N " Club 4; Gymnastics 1,2,3,4, Major " N " 4. ANDREA WILNER S.S.M. 1,4; Spanish Club 1,3; Pep Club 1;G.A.A. 1. BARRY L. WILSON Transferred from Notre Dame H.S. 1; Stage and Lighting Crew 3; Hi-Y 2,3; Intramurals 3; Football 3,4, Minor " N " 3,4; Track 2,3, Minor " N " 2. GARY WILSON Transferred from Haverford H.S. 2; S.S.O. 4; Art Guild 4; " N " Club 4; Football 3,4, Minor " N " 3, Major " N " 4; Wrestling 4; Regional Basket- ball Tournament Committee 4. MARGARET ANN WIMMER LOUISE WINOGRAD SUSAN WINSLOW Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3,4; S.S.D. 4; Thespians 3; Spotlighters 2; Usher ' s Club 4; Pep Club 1; Girl ' s Club 3,4; Girl ' s Glee 1,2,3. JO ANN WITT Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2; S.S.M. 2,3,4; German Club 2; Usher ' s Club 3; Pep Club 2; G.A.A. 2,3,4; Aquasprites 2; Girl ' s Glee 1,2. RICHARD WOLDMAN Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Cabinet 1; Intramurals 2,3; German Club 4; Science Fair 2; National Merit I etter of Commenda- tion 4. ROBERT H. WOLF JUSTINE WOLFF RICHARD MARSHALL WOLTER Intramurals Tennis 1; Gymnastics 2,4. CAROL WOLTERSDORF S.S.D. 4; Girl ' s Glee 1. WILLIAM WOMER 144 JOSEPH WROBEL Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 4; Concert Band 4; Stage Band 4; German Club 4. BRUCE WURMSER Red Certificate 1; Bronze Key 2; Science Fair 2, 2nd Place 2; West Word 4; German Club 4; Intramurals 3,4; Football 1,2,3; Tennis 1. ROSEMARY YADRON i THOMAS VAM.U;U(;ilI Koulbiill 1. Frfsliiiiaii Shi ' Id 1. MITCHKLLA. VKI.F.N Rud Certificate 1; Broiue Key 2; Scieiice Fair 2; lIuiiKCoiiiini; Oorniniltce 23.4. . ssislanl Director i. Directur 4; Redskins ' Revue ■ I ' div-Wim 2,3; Student Council 1.2.3.4. Corresponding Secretary 2. ' ice I ' resideiii 3. President 4; Cabinet 1; S.S.O. 3.4; S.S.S.Il. 3.4. Ciiairuiaii 3. Supenisor 4; I ' nity lioard4; Intrainurals 1.2,3,4;SaletyCuuiicil2; Regional lourney Committee 2,3. WII.K.NF: VOHAN ' NA Homecoming Committee 4; Redskin ' s R vuc - I ' ow-Wow 1,2,4; Cabinet 3, Alternate 3; S.S.O. 1,2,3; Arts Club 3; French Club 1,2; Usher ' s Club 3; Pep Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1,2; Guard Club 4. KAREN J A F. YOUNG S.S.O. 1.2,3; S.S.D. 4; G.A.A. 2.4; Aquaspriies 4. PATRICIA ZALF:SXV S.S.M. 4; Apotheosis 4; Spec ruin 4; Arts Club 4; G.A.A. 1,2. SANDRA J. ZAPHIRIS S.S.O. 2,3; Arts Club 2; Spanish Club 2; (;irrs Club 3.4; G.A.A. 2,3. I ARNOLD F.ZF:II KR I .Science Fair 2; S.S.S.H. 4; Football 1,3,4, Minor " N " . I j CAROLYN ZF:NDER R-dskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 1,3.4. Crew 1,3, . ltcrnaie 4; .Xnist ' s Club I 1; Usher ' s Club 3; Girl ' s Club 3.4; G.A.A. 1 ,2. I BARBAR. ANN ZFSZUTKO Girl ' s Glee 1,2. I BARBARA ZKLK() ri7 . Science Fair 2, 2nd Place 2; S.S.O. 2,3,4; S.S.S.H. 4; S.S.M. 2,3; Arts Club 3; Spodighters 1; Spanish Club 1,2; G.A.A. 1. i BONNIE zi. i. if:r. ian While Certilicate 1; Bronze Key 2; Silver Key 3; Science Fair 1,2; Home- coming Committee 2; Fall Play 3,4; .Musical 2.3; Cabinet 1, Treasurer 1; Vivace 4; Choir 3.4; . rts (]lub 1,2,3.4; Thespians 2,3,4; Spotlighters 1, 2; National Merit SemiF ' inalist 4; " It ' s . cadcmic " Team .Alternate 4. DEBORAH S. ZITTLER Redskin ' s Revue - Pow-Wow 2,3, Crew 2; Word 4; Apotheosis 4; G.A.A. 1,2,3. S.S.S.H. 2; S.S.. I. 3; West CINDY ZL TOS S.S.S.H. 3,4; S.S.D. 2; French Club 1,2; Pep Club 1; G.A.A. 1; Timers Club 2. DARREI.LZOLFyZI Concert Band 1; . . ' .. . 1,2,3; F ' oolball 2; Cross Countrv 1; Swimming 1; Track 2,3. Not Pictured MAUKEF.N S. AN(;ER BRIAN ARl ' IN Intramurids 1,2; Track 1.2. WIl.l.lA.M BKTIIKE KadioElectroEiics Club 1, Treasurer I; Inlramurals I; Ba.seball 2. .Minor " N " 2. JA.MES RERAN Translerred Ironi Notre Dame. SUSAN D. BOOTH JAMES A calabrf;se ROBERT P. CONNELLY EDWARD (;A.MS TllO.MAS E. IIANLON Musical 3; Concert Band 2.3. WILLIAM J. IIANLON SUS. N JACOB , , , , Redskins Revue - PowWow Alternate 4; Choir 3,4; (krman Club 3,4, Secretary 4; (;.A.A. 1,2,3; (;irrsGkT2; ScholasUc Art Awards 2. CINDY KURR l. RUV I. I.EVINSON .MICHAEL I. LUCAS RICHARD Md;UIRE Science Fair 1,2, Isl Place 1,2. District Fair, Stale Fair, Ulln Club 1,2,3; Intramurals 1,2,3,4; Basketball I. |A. iES| nitschnk; WIl.l.lA.M I. R.VINKRO gii.beui i ross daniel] russei. garyschwek; terry sen f .mel leonard si.ms william r sku ita TllO.MAS t; StU UET GERHARD WSLREIII. JOHN TIIO. IP.S()N SUSINGAI.E IRESTK.R S.S.O. 1; S|i iliglilen. I; . siroiiomv and . cronauUc Cluh IJi.3. Sccrr- larv 1,2.3; (;. A A p.2,3. .MAUREEN INICK GEOlUiE WATTS DANIEL R WEAVER JA.MESIOSEWEINHART CECII.E WEINSTEIN Rcdikin .1 Hour Pow-Wow 3.4; S.S.O. 1 ,2.3,4; SpanUh Club 1; P p Club 1;G.A.A 1 PAULIAMF.S WRK.MT us i i i 1 - X SENIORS, %. SS 1% c I- I WE . . . . . . ARE GROWING UNDERCLASSMEN iitii ; asii?ffifwaBW8« 4t JUNIORS JUNIOR CABINET lAS ' l- ROW: E. Servillo, R. Rivetto, M. Sherwood, M. Kkia, I). Spitz, J. Stengal, M. Rooney. THIRD ROW: P. Angelino, M. Isaccz, A. Kendell, M. Slarknian, B. Kiazin, S. Click, J. Greenberg, S. l cwis. SECOND ROW: j. Richler (Sponser), K. Duiister, J. Cilluly (Tres. ), M. Chapman (Sec), S. Cohen (Vice Pres. ), P. Zlotiiik (Pres.). FIRST ROW: S. Siille, J. Shapiro, S. Stone, P. Marz. The colors of the spectrum are diagonally reaching out to the third-year class, thus giving the juniors an emerging status. Not yet seniors, but certainly removed from the two underclasses, juniors have a deepening sense of pride in our school. Certain responsibilities are presented with the title " junior " , among which are settting an example for the freshmen and sophomores and preparing for their role as " seniors " . For example. Junior Cabinet sponsors the Junior-Senior Prom, the most important social event of the year. Juniors will be soon responsible for the direct continuance of the spectrum colors — bright and varied. J uniors MR. C.l ' . ANDKRSON l. sr now 1. ll.ick. I lliiini.ig. S. Villiii. H, idsni. I ONdll.J. McCarlv, jlluelsFOlKTIl KOW: M. Klein. (;. Croh. M. Slivcii. 1(. Nicd. :. Kriaiman. M. Kaplan. TIIIKl) KOW: I.. Wiil, C Suinbcry. M. I ' clcrsuii, 11. .Manna, I). Krull. G. Topper, C. .Morrc. SKCONl) ROW: ll.Stliuli ., D. Miniidis. K. I.ein, M. Baker, 1). Sininions, K. Klavcicr. V. Kililbcrg. URSTROW: R.Sclirdl)- cr, I,. Kl t•in. .M, Starkinan. 1 . Ward. S. Kronicl- ow, C. Wiil. MR. .VKMori! i-oruni ROW: r. cm. s. Miciuici. r. riicmas. R. I.ange, D. Htilliiun, . 1. Sherwood. K. Over- beck. THIRD KOW: . . Worth, R. Rudich. B. .Saber, B. Shahv, D. IHiglicse, M. Bass. SFXOXD ROW: (;. Greene, I,. I wrencc, O. Gassala. S. SUlle, J. Busseri, . 1. Ward. FIRST ROW: X. Strauss, L Mueller, R. Mc.Muller, S. Ijchtenstein. J. Rice, L. Berman. .MR. C.XND ' BKi.l. I. ST ROW: J. . dams. B. .Miller. T. Wasmund. C. Zabolocky, T. Kirke, R. Siegel, B. Zeunian. FOIRTH ROW: S. Grim, G. Schneider, H. .Man- gurten, J. Smith, B. Brown, . I. Chapman. THIRD ROW: D. Lees, P. Lindemann, J. Nelzky. SE- COND ROW: .-v. Rogin, G. Blasek, C. French. T. Phillips, S. Strobel. . . Kandcll. FIRST ROW: S. Feiiigold, K. y uist, . . " Weinberg, L Birkley, S. Bevda. MISSERICKSON FOl ' RTH ROW: . . Tropstein, B. (;erber,G. I.yun, . . Cohan, R. Owen, I). Lome, S. Coiien. THIRD KOW: J. Epstein, H. Cooper, J. Jaster, B. Kozas- ski, L. Bowman, T. Rane. SECOND ROW: F. Terrv, W. Hoflberg, M. Ijcwin, C. Menna, T. .Solomon. FIRST ROW: I.. Nelson, II. I ' riess, E.Jones, J. Takemot, I. Keene, P. Dedauw. p:t. e 153 J uniors MR. FILLIMAN FOURTH ROW: M. Vastine, M. Torok, R. Sdiroeder, J. Lavin, B. Wolley, B. Lynch, B. Novak. THIRD ROW: M. Shepard, G. Weriii- koff, S. Liberti, D. Nelson, J. Grcciiberg, D. Priti- kin. SECOND ROW: B. Swento, R. Nelson, R. Johnson, S. Hehn, M. Spiegel. FIRST ROW: D. Przybylski, J. Kerman, C. Motykie, K. Scaturo, K. Tritschler. MR. GAULT LAST ROW: J. Foreman, D. Hirschtick, R. Levin, K. Berg, J. Fagan, B. Jones, F. Biga. FOURTH ROW: B. Kaufman, R. Maul, D. Geist, G. Davis, J. Lange, A. Kovalsky. THIRD ROW: M.Bennett, D. Lmdt, D. Albrecht. SECOND ROW: M. Hagl- mihahis, N. Hartenleld, J. Turchen, D. Cohen, P. Borisol ' . FIRST ROW: E. Jones, J. Ellis, C. Bairn, ¥. Braude, C. Steinbeg, B. EUew. MR. HANRAHAN FOURTH ROW: B. Fink, A. Stein, R. Rappaport, R. Torenko, P. Swanke, J. Lafond, R. Peterson. THIRD ROW: A. Herbstman, G. Lemke, P. Rzasa, M. Rooney, J. Glantz, B. Grain, A. Hackin. SE- COND ROW: L. Uoyd, SUeber, F. Mark,G. Kar- lesky, A. Shafer, L. Morales, C. Smith. FIRST ROW: L. Weijiberg, J. Huster, S. Starr, D. Alex, L. Nod- din, K. Krone. r mii . i i V™ ? J. e fl ' Juniors MK. IIOLZ l. .ST HOW: |. SIdnnun. |. IVrliuan. K. Kaplan, W Heine, K. Wilson, T. liydaick, J. (iilluly. l-Ol ' RTIl ROW: I. I.raviii, 1). {;row. B. Spilings, M. Kockotr. IS. Krcedinan. B. (IrctniJiwald TIIIRl) KOW: K. Kvinscn, K. Mcytr. C. I.iissi-. SKCONl) 1(1 1 1) Appcl. |. Brooks, W. Al xl. 1). Thomp- son, S rLJclinir, M. Cooper. KIK.ST 1«)W: . I. Sirimkc, K. Kriigicr. K. Ouisl, |. .Viinaiiicli, (1. C.cnci. MISSHONN LAST ROW: J. Stengel, S. Floyd, J. Best, J. Polon, L. Bush, B. Wiegman, N.Goldberg. THIRD ROW: B. Hirsdi, B. Davis. C. Scnn, K. Koral, J. Bon- elU, S. Klann. SECOND ROW: L Hanimini, L. Koran, D. Lukowich. . L Endre. FIRST ROW: I,. Lukowich, J. lagger, D. Davidove. J. Nachbaucr, N. Kaufman, K. Tsuneta. a J-.e r£} MR. ISOM I.. sr ROW S. Ix:»is, ]. Kraemer, B. Guffin. J. Ricurdali. K. Deinas, R. IxUigncr, S. Sorkln. nilRD ROW: R. Berger, B. Gorman, L Nelson, 1. Forman, . I. Uskov. . I. Palmer. SKCONl) HOW: 1,. Iloll, S. Woll, C. Hollman, C. (;raessle. G. Prim. . I. Bacchi. FIRST ROW: S. Foriunaio, J. Carlson, I,. Kcker, S. .Sternberg, S. .Stone, J. Blum. J uniors MK. KARIU ' SICKV L ST UOW: K. Aiidersuii. [. W ' eisstiistciii, H. Katz, li. lUirg, 1 . Kirmiss, C. Katzneison, M. Gabel. FOURTH ROW: E. Raymond, G. Peyrot, I,. Wilson, R. Uzzo, V. Taylor, S. Ross. THIRD ROW; R. Klyman, I,. Helander, P. Masaraccliia, H. Hand. SF.COND ROW: .Mr. Karbusicky, E. Halverson, . . Norum, J. Dahl, L. Willert, C. Sterner. FIRST ROW; B. Tasli, S. Slilim, H. Ler- nian, C. f ohn, |. Parkt-r. |. i ' aunihardl. .MR. I.EIPOLD LAST ROW; ]. Berger, L. Winklcman, I). Alt- schaetfel, K. Krozdran, J. Johnson, W. HofTberg, IX Tellelsen. FOLiRTH ROW; W. Wittek, L. Sol- dinger, L. Geni, ]. Smith, B. Kazelak, S. Cohen. THIRD ROW: M. Killackey, D. Lyon, H. Beck- er, J. Menkin. SECOND ROW; D. Caldwell, J. Shapiro, L. Forst, B. Entman, J. Rice. FIRST ROW; S. ' incent, .M. Owen, P. Gorske, S. Davis, C. .Anderson, . Barrash. MRS. LESLIE LAST ROW; D. . nderson, A. Cuder, L. Bubly, S. Rowell, J. Lascombe, R. Peterson, G. Portugal. THIRD ROW: S. Click, M. Rosenberg, R. Men- coni, R. Mario, B. Berkson, R. Vatliam. SE- COND ROW: P. Marz, S. Smith, N. Blevit, E. Lynch, S. Krone, K. Rauen, K. Nalkin.. FIRST ROW;. M. Weaver, N. Olson, K. Fryksdale, M. Schwarz, J. Osiergaard, G. Lockwood. I J uniors ii( MUCH 1:1.1. I., S1 KOW: V. Carlson. B Junes, li. Koscn- bloom. |. Brief. M. (.cllcr. (!. U ' irriis, K. jului- son nilKI) l«) V: I ' . IJovd. S. Kramer. S. . n- cItrsiHi, I). Thomas. J. Ixiu) lillii. li rrindlc. SK— COM) HOW : S. Sionc. I. U-wi». S I ' an xlla. S. Ktinpl. HKSI KOW: I.. Waikowiak. V. Silver. S. Scliapiro, I.. Kric ' kson. K. ( vtcliln!i. . ii,ssr. UKiiorsK l. ,sr KOW: .M. Klias. U. . klnuui. K Klodin, K. I.inidgrcn. (;. Klias. K. Taknt, K. TurniT. KOl ' KTH ROW: E. Servillo. V. Stephen, C. Sims, J. Jacob- son, B. Kaufman. B. Smily. THIKD KOW: L. Cohn. n. Ilirscli, K. Wiig. |. Harrison. SKCOM) ROW: I.. I ' orges. B. Carlson, II. I.evin, U. Sniilli, 1). Rubenslein. FIRST ROW: C. |an.se, . . . rnold, D. Komblulh, I ' , ( aynon, S. Ruk, . . Hynian. i ' £ Ci c . . £ MISSSCHMIiy l. Sr ROW: I., . nderson. II. Umi-r. M. I ' lacc. K. Onnster, . . hischer. W. Ixinkc. W Carranc. TIIIRI) ROW: I ' . .Noll. I. Repke. T. Reading. C. Werner. K. .Mallhew. 1). Berliner. SKCOND ROW I.. Banmhardl. J. Sklar, I. (luUi, I ' . Knul- son. . I. I ' or ycki. M. . lulford, M. VoiinR FIRST ROW C. Cold, r Ijeberman, I. . l«ander. J I bicky. J. Clark. R. liannnond 157 Juniors MR. D. SMITH LAST ROW: R. Kotitt, D. Huels, J. Kristof, M. Linick, E. Peterson, J. Keller, T. Friedewald. THIRD ROW: ]. Lehr, E. Fink, A. Silverman, D. Spilz, M. Kitz, M. Friedewald. SECOND ROW: D. Silver, A. Chien, M. Mils, C. Christiansen, G. Fisher, C. Grobmaii, J. Cowan. FIRST ROW: F. Rajski, M. Cleburne, E. Craig, C. Brown, K. Bick, S. Tobiansky. MRS. STEIN L ST ROW: M. Gordon, J. Warner, B. I od, M. Abrahamson, D. Lindahl, S. Eisenhanimer, J. Sideman. THIRD ROW: K. Bethkc, J. Bruner, M. Hite, M. Kreiter, W. Leavitt, T. Chikaraishi. SECOND ROW: B. Peterson, P. Angelino, B. Rabe, E. Massarsky, S. Mader, J. Spilberg, S. Rockoff. FIRST ROW: M. Miller, B. Strimpel, N. Schmidt, B. Romen, S. Lucas, J. Gilman. MISS WARREN UST ROW: M. Silvert, D. Weibel, J. Austin, K. Schroeder, D. O ' Brien, M. Zar, E. Reichert. THIRD ROW: M. Steller, D.Tokeshi.L.Steinohrt, M. Jones, M. Borowski, S. Meikle, A. Seniiloff. SECOND ROW: T. Zwigoff, J. NowoJ, L. Plice, L. Messer, G. Segal, F. Berger, P. Snellman. FIRST ROW: A. Colello,]. Truesdale, J. Pitzele,J. Pogue. M. Rotunno. J uniors MISS WILLIAMS LASI KOW W IVarMMi. K. Il.miniaii. ). Spicz- ir. I ' . CilliNplc. I Kilter. A. Warudy. K, (irmi- |)all KOI Kill KOW: K. Brody. [. Drtlow. I). Itssc. 1). McMurray, J. Kraus, I.. Killiy. THIKl) KOW: I ' . I ' liilcrman. J. IH-rvi! liiaii, I). Iraplty. N. Kvaiis. SKCOM) ROW: II. Ilioinpsoii, C. liach. I ' Vaiiiagutlii. II. Scliii-mi. KIKST KOW: I) l-.istiilurt;, I). Biriisiciii, S. I ' rocop. II. Kra .iii, li. (loopcr. MKS. n, WISH I. .ST KOW: K. Kaviiic, R. Zev. C. Cold. J. Tra- satli, F. No vicki,. L Heubergcr,). Rusclili. TIIIKI) ROW: E. Singer, B. (ioelz. W. Xordmi, J. Cu- irone, J. Weiss, E. Katsoolias. SECOND ROW : R. Scornavacco, S. Peterson, P. Fiiineriiiaii, P. Moros, D. Loew, G. Steinberg, D. KUigc. FIRST ROW: S. Regula, C. InshoL L Fydrych, I) Rosga. P. Swanson, L. Kudla. MRS M WISE l. SI KOW W liirgles. R. Clcimn. R llanlon, S. l)an -iiigiT. . . iuli-rsoii. T. Iturkhardt, II. Iturkhardl. TIIIKI) ROW: S. llara.S. Avilla. R. Kal ., |. I ' lioinas. I). Liiht-r. A May SKCONO KOW: B. (;( ' lland. C. Mainmini. J. Ixiundy. V. KilillnTg. S. l rriicr, K. Cold. T. KaiJUicUun. IIRSr KOW: R. (;asbman, E. (ioldbcrg. B. . la- Lt ' k. I). Korhler, 1). Koiiieckl. E. Eksldii. SOl ' fiOMORE CABINET LAST ROW: M. Woliii, J. Persino, P. Coorlas.J. Freda, M. Barnett, L. Cohen, M. Martindale. THIRD ROW: M. Crane, F. Moss, J. Graham, S. Hirschslick, B. Martin, J. Braver man, L. Chaplik. SECOND ROW: S. Lee, S. Specter, N.Akerly, L.Grayson, C. Sarantakis, M. Hemnielstein, W. Alder. FIRST ROW: J. (;ordon, E. Linn (Treasurer), D.- Irvine (Vice-President), J. Epstein (President), P. Kahn (Secretary), Miss Hoff- man (Sponsor). SOPHOMORES The spectrum touches the sophomores invitingly yet obliquely. The second high school year can be so much more enriching than the first. The sophomore leels as if he really belongs to the school and becomes an active participant in student activities. He becomes a sports enthusiast and strives for scholastic excellence. He has developed that school spirit which is so important to his high school life. The sophomore has the exciting experience of finding his place in the sun. Sophomores MKS. H.M ' KK l. Sr ROW: J. Sieffen, K, Stral, J, Klarde, A. Hol- la. T. Klcho, R. Kramer, J. Crlslol. TIIIKn ROW: |. Beck, J. Slalland, M. Martiiidalc, I.. Woliers, M. CJervais, M. I.ieberiiian, ( ' ,. Kolod k.J. Sdicclil- cr. SKCONI) ROW: R. (iaulhicr. li. NortcU, L Clirisliansen, N. Tumarus, N.Ciucxliiiaii, K.SiiiUh, (;. Iloran. FIRST ROW: B. (;onzke, S. Bariuce, K imka, S. iJebernian, S. Kaufman. MRS. BEIL LAST ROW: C. Levin. R. Schwartz, T. Eadoii.J. Engretson, T. Sievers, J. Epstein, M. Pontarelli. J. Kirke. THIRD ROW: B. Jolinke, R. . Iultaii. J. Kontek, A. Spiegel, T. Kurr, T. .Allison. C. Ka- cin. SECOND ROW: E Walthers, B. Goldberg, M. Schalz, R. Streick, B. Shandling, B. Karlui, B. Liinsman. FIRST ROW: G. Zimmerman, C. Klein, B. Kuhn, S. Sager, M. Glickman, C. Callner. pee MR. BONARDI LAST ROW: P. Mueller, M. Dobrow, G. Guen- iher, M. Walliser, D. McAvoy, J. Donnelly. A Beederman. THIRD ROW: C. Kahan, M. HafT- ner, R. Koran, K. Ginter, J. Perlman.E. Wamsley. SECOND ROW: R. Tuchow, J. Harris, C. De Dauw, P. Kunce, A. .Morales, G. (;aroon, K. Rosen. FIRST ROW: A. Steinberg, J Trowbridge, T. Tripicchio, L. Luckenbach, K. Milioto. . !K. BEREK LAST ROW: B. Watson, C:. Hogan, B. Ashle ' ilz. R. Johnson, D. Douglass, R. Raubolt. FOrRTH ROW: J. Persino, T. Meyer, H. Goldfus. R. Ahl- Strom, R. Osney, H. Seidman, J. Gordon. THIRD ROW: C. Egel, B. Bartliolmy, . l. Johnson, R. Koppman, L. Lome. P. Elesh. SECOND HOW: C. . Iechla, P. Horwiiz, C. Williams. .A. I usiig, L Rebbe, D. Freda, C. Chubin. FIRST ROW: L Kolodny, D. Payne, E. Bell. J. I ' nalin. C. Riback. O 9. p Sophomores MR. BURKEL Ij ST ROW: D. Neubauer, G. Goldberg,]. Hawk- ins, D. Maslovitz, G. Olsen, B. Brodsky, G. Kid- man. FOURTH ROW: J. Adams, W. Fink, K.Piw- ko, P. Brod, D. Wilzer.B.Varueris. THIRD ROW: A. Nusinow, I. Williams, S. Thoma, D. Edwin, P. Harris, T. Alessi, R. Adler. SECOND ROW: S. Lee, N. Fortman, W. Rand, S. Doppelt. FIRST ROW: N. Akerly, B. Hirsch, L. Evens, K.O ' Bjien, R. O ' Neill. MR. BUSH lAST ROW: A. Weissman, R. Erickson, E. Linn, M. Swanson, B. Bock, H. Flammang, K. Krause. THIRD ROW: C. Gyure, R. Keizner, E. Heinrich, J. Horwitz, E. Taylor, M. Rohrbacher. SECOND ROW: D. Stone, M. Berger, C. Sorensen, T. Ennes, T. Nyberg, J. Klein, P. Henkel. FIRST ROW: L. Shiner, 0. Joleen,]. Gotdieb, C. Lenzen, S. Clyman, B. Martin. MISS CARLSON LAST ROW: S. Cohen, J. Rainero, L. Rust, C. Szelag, M. Pepper, J. Hagen, P. Barber. FOURTH ROW: L. Weinberg, C. Craig, C. Bergstrom, B. Jlasch, J. Puccinelli, L. Schoch. THIRD ROW S. Helland, P. Coorlas, C. Rooney, E. Ettinger M. Shapiro, D. Marshak. SECOND ROW: M Nykiel, T. Weiss, R. Gottfried, R.Holmboe, J. Reis siger, D. Krolik. HRST ROW: L. Isoe, S. Bonetti D. Rothblau, P. Kahn, S. Samson, G. Margolin Sophomores MRS CORRIGAN L S T HOW: A. Weiss, C. I ' anouses. K. Culsclilck, |. Hoffman, I.. Holder, D. I ' hilloppe. FOURTH ROW; I.. Krasner, C. Weir, L. Cohen, C. Zera, S. {;oldinan, R. Andersen, J. I ' uccinclli. THMtl) ROW: S. Aull, I ' . Shandlijig. l ' . IVllinalo, K. Roscop, |. I ' riduss, K. Mossong. SKCONI) ROW; I ' . I ' .psiciii, W. Lyon, A. Kresclikc, S. Isaacson. M. Ik-rnian, S. Balles, FIRST ROW: C. Barron. J. Waller, S. Julinson, C. t ickson, 1). Ricliman. MR. DRUM L ST ROW: J. Urdangen, J. Freda, B. Perlow. J. Nadian. A. Martorano, M. Rowe, M. Karlov. SFXO.ND ROW: S. Porter. B. Schaul, A. Cold- berg, J. .Anderson, J. Dunn, J. Neumann. FIR.S T ROW: V. Weiqenbach, L. Tausler, j. Dennis, J. Davidson. R. Landsman, D. Krok. . IR. FEIC K L ST ROW: L Hascnberg. R. Delcrs, T. Jaeger, B. I ' leck, K. Sopoci, S. Katz, T. Torp. FOl ' RTH ROW: E. Keker. L. Cordon. .M. Fornian. D. Ross- man. R. . Iasscy. J. Thomas. THIRD ROW: C. l.ang, R. Kovac, . I. Rubin. S. I ' carlman, C. Hoel- ble. SECOND ROW: S. Spector, C. Friedman, L. Ucastro, M. Baker, L. Smiih, J. Cohen. FIRST ROW: M. Alonas, P. Chrisu C. Turbin, P. . lc . rdle, J. Cordon, D. Greene. Sophomores MRS. FRY [AST ROW: J. Morten, G. Seifert, R. Boston, S. Wishnoff, L. Green, B. Brunner, B. Silver. THIRD ROW: M. Jacobson, N. Laff, M. Rosenberg, N. Schlitter, D. Bierman, A. Dachman. SECOND ROW: J. Jobes, B. Metnick, P. Lange, M. Boy- den, S. Boime, G. Rudowicz, B. Johnson. FIRST ROW: G. Wesber, B. Jensen, R. Schwartz. L. Fritz, P. Galowitch, C. Butzbach. MR. GROSSHUESCH LAST ROW: S. Anderson, B. Jones, K. Harm- sen, G. Timmings, J. Turansh, B. Madden, M. Matchen. THIRD ROW: B. Beuter, J. Jaeger, L. Wetland, B. Goldstein, S. Suane, S. Hill, W. Alder, M. Walker. SECOND ROW: G. Kapuscinski, J. Flink, B. Roberts, K. Auer, T. Karr, B. Sorokin, I. Bolnick. FIRST ROW: M. Lamberty, M.Brung- er, L. Wetland, S. Kotin, L. Green. MISSHEPPLE LAST ROW: S. Novak, R. Jackson, L Stauber, S. Pinkwater, M. Lauer, G. Vandenbosch. THIRD ROW: J. Carter, V. Chow, S. Cims, J. Hertzberg, V. Brandt, E. Kaplan. SECOND ROW: M. Yo- hanna, J. Derdiger, K. Dean, S. Shimp. FIRST ROW: K. Scully, I. Rose, D. Halteman, E. Md- stein, C. Sarantakes. Sophomores MISSIIOKKMAN UST KOW: M. Sdiinidl. li. Domcnclla. T. Young, M. Kisciibcrg, A.(;ussb, ;. Davis. TIIIKDROW: S. Kaufcr, I.. Kuuba, K. Soslrin, ( ' ,. ' allit-s, J liravcrman, R. Kaplan, M. Coldslcin. SK.CONl) ROW: C. Davis, R. 1 , S. Smith, R. Johnson, R. Novouiy, K. Moore, I.. Ilclford, S. Martin. FIRST ROW: .M. Marsh. C. Adar, S. Stpcsy, A. Vabor, N. Schlechter. MISS LINN LAST ROW: S. Berkowiu, B. Muslin, J. Fergus, J. Dubow, K. Culloton. THIRD ROW: D. Gates, H. Meikle, P. Tuchev, R. Kaplan, I. Rosmarin, R. Edwards. SECOND ROW: P. Sumner, E. Koz- dron, R. Hirsch, J. Kurlan, M. Hemmelstein. FIRST ROW: L. Ush. P. Brooks, D. Warner, D. DeMoss, L. Batschauer. MR. MANGER l. ST ROW; W. Brandt, R. Ilusar. .M. PerUlcin, J. Bode, J. Hanks, R. Winer, S. . Iisrac. THIRD ROW: . I. Ross. A. Rechlctmann. I.. Shcfrcn, J. Tanira ., II. SandrolT, J. Crahani. SECOND ROW: P . Iarkiii. D. Karlcsky. . l. Crane. AOlson. L Friedman. T. Kushner. R. Weiss. FIRS I ' ROW: A. Bontze. . Breinig. L Rudnick. D. Bluinenihal. H. Jaeger. S. F ' - ' nks. las Sophomores MISS MORRIS LAST ROW: J. Schulte, R. Spencer, R. Slome, R. Helmers, J. Eadon, M. Moss, A. Zeid. THIRD ROW: R. Johnston, C. Galfano, R. Gordon, A. Nykolayko, M. EUyne, C. Warshawsky, L. Sem- merling, C. Zibb. SECOND ROW: M. Menachof, A. Seed, B. Huster, J. DeMell, T. Pogopky, R. Lee, S. Kimura. FIRST ROW: E. Seidman, S. Gold- berg, A. Goldberg, S. Cohn, S. Hansen, F. Moss. I MRS. MOZAN LAST ROW: R. Jankowski, G. Yale, P. Trotter, M. Barnett, E. Freud, J. Dolzekalski. THIRD ROW: S. Halpert, M. Nachbauer, S. Scobee, B. Norman, D. Johnson, L. Hoppe, P. Berems. SE- COND ROW: G. Croft, S. Rochell, J. Dickert, R. Mohn, W. Mielke, G. Klopp. FIRST ROW: A. I apins, J. Pendand, L. Meier, S. Krupnick, S. Spiegel. MISS O ' REILLY LAST ROW: D. Hagemann, B. Herbert, A. Spiez- er, P. Johnopolos, M. White, R. Wineberg, M. Saflarski. THIRD ROW: S. Lande, T. Buns, P. Sirkin, W. CorneUus, L. McCabe, J. Pine, SE- COND ROW: A. Greenberg, K. Heitmaw, D. Mus- kat, D. Kirste, G. Hirshman, S. Saeks, B. Trivi- sonno. FIRST ROW: M Brodin, E. Gilbert, H. Swier, C. Sedlacek, J. Mihier, B. Kluggel. . Sophomores MISSSTEFANINI l. Sr HOW: S. Voshino, K. I ' cjiukcr, I.. Slcdband, It I,cavitc. K Klirhardi, K. Kriiillio, I). Sonne. KorUTM ROW; M Waller, J. Kornilly, .(;(xic- niann, I. .iiktrnian. J. Mccli. I). U-vinc. THIRD ROW: 1). Sii ' in, |. Krdman, K. Ni-ibcrg, K Burdk, I ' Wcidling. K. Iloluman. J. Undb«rg. SKCONl) ROW: V. Sit-gdman, C. Craig, R. . pclian, K. Ol- son, J. Coldnian, K. Jones. FIRST ROW: B. Wiel- guo, ' . .Niclas, I,. Chaplik, S. Shandling, I). I.az- ar, 1. Kali. MR. STOVANOFF LAST ROW: J. Wallace, J. Schuman. S. Kocnig, M. Anderson, A. Pearson, W. Oppice, J. Zelienka, E. Chez. THIRD ROW: S. Hieschtick,S.Jenne«ten, M. Fung, G. .Nedza, B. Goldenberg, J. Craig, K. Elden, B. Pazybylski, L. Rosen. SECOND ROW: J. Hirsch, J. Greenberg, L. Elesh, I. Rattner, W. Herdrich, J. Tilkin, C. Pearson, K. Weber, L. Fisher. FIRST ROW: L. Androw, D. Valone, G. Wolf, L. Levin, G. Masaracchia, R. Otlen. 4 ?.6cre ' r 6r 1 ) MR. USISKIN L ST ROW: J. Bold, I.. Jocobs, C. Nardini. W. Staack. J. Aberman, E. Ijnn, B. Fish. FOl ' RTH ROW: S. Rosenblooni, J. Wisnicwski, G. Hor aI, J. Thornton, C. Boscli, R. Bobbins. THIRD ROW: B. Fleishman. G. Tcacherson, J. Terrazas, H Tyl- las. SECOND ROW: G. Kaufman, G. Klcinzweig, S. Colbert, L. (Irayson, .N. Vanbrundi, L SUbcr- man. FIRST ROW: S. Gregory, D. Olsher, E. Mann, I.. U-pp.J. Sigrisl, S. I ' awlak. 167 FRESHMAN CABINET LAST ROW: R. Margolis, P. Hornthal, C. Peterson, M. Brodsky, J. Morgan, A. Zager. THIRD ROW: D. Daskovsky, A. Shaw, M. Warady, B. Block, W. Wulf. SECOND ROW: A. Leavitt, J. Click (Treasurer), J. Kahn, P. Davis, M. Fanaras, E. Starkman. FIRST ROW: M. David (Recording Secretary), W. Grayson (President), M. Kreiter (Corresponding Secretary). FRESHMEN The freshmen are the dawn of a new spectrum. The youngest members of our stu- dent body have just begun a new experience. They have both several years of tradition to follow and a reputation of their own to establish. The first year of high school is important to the student because it should develop study habits, school spirit, and a sense of pride and obligation to Niles West. Freshmen constitute a vital section in that they will eventually lead. Over three years time, they will give promise of bright days for the Big Red. Freshmen MR ANTKS Ij .ST ROW: R. Dalcn, C. Conrad. R. Dasslngcr, C:. Cli-mon. I.. Corn, R. Clark, S. Clavrr. KOIR 111 ROW I Curiidison, A. Conway. M. Clirisiiaii sen. I.. Cortkll. H. Curran, I). Dcmcduc. IIIIRl) ROW: S. Calllsliir. 1). Davis. S. Dean. D. Das- k ovsky, V. Clauson. SKCO.ND ROW; K. Collins, G. Carlson, J. Chlkaraishl, A. Chin, J. Cutler, M. David. FIR.ST ROW: C. Delfs, R. Cowln. ,S. Collon, J. Dthnilow, C. Decker. MRS. BARNES UST ROW: C. Hariiig, H. Gurion, M. Gold, E. Hirsch, C. Honnet. P. Hornthal, G. Horn. FOURTH ROW: J. Hawkins, D. Higus, L. Gor- don. B. Humphrey, B. Hallmann, S. Goodman, L. Harrington. G. Heller. THIRD ROW: S. Gross- man, B. Gumpert, S. Hehn. L. Hook. M. Haus- man, M. Johnson. P. Harrman. SECOND ROW: R. Ilymes, T. Hill. S. Horwitz, B. Isaacson, L. Hack. FIRST ROW: D. .HuUison, K. Iverson, L. Harrington, S. Goldenberg, I.. Gurrentz, K. Hay- nes. .MR. BASRAK FOURTH ROW |. Kaluzna. C. Karas. T. John- son, . I. Jennings. I,. Kaplan. M. Ilorwllz, M. Isoe. THIRD R()W:. . Kaullinan. E Karson. D. Johnopolos, J. Kasten, L. I.e»kowicz, D. Karlos. SECOND ROW: J. Kahn, W. Iverson, R. Karp. E. Kipnis. P. Imhof. N. Keller. R. Keeshin. FIRST ROW: B. Kcppen. E. Kaisoolias, J. Joslyn. J. Kantor, H. Jacobsoii. 1). Katz. MR. BIDOL LAST ROW: S. Sacks, A. Rubel, J. Schippman, M. Samson, J. Rosenthal, P. Schimel, C. Peterson. THIRD ROW: R. Salon, P. Sher, R. Sanders, G. Sabey, J. Schroeder, J. Podcin. SECOND ROW: M. Robbins, A. Sadur, R. Rosengren, L. Ross, S. Rosengard, D. Rubin. FIRST ROW: M. Rulgard, S. Rosenzweig, M. Schatten, S. Sandman, S.Schul- hoff. Freshmen MR. BIACKMORE LAST ROW: J. Nathan, M. Norling, S. Melanson J. Netz, C. Morawski, C. Miller, V. Nabolotny THIRD ROW: R. Numrich, R. Metzler, C.Olesky, J. Morgan, K. Mueller, P. Minx, J. Murphy, J Meiselman. SECOND ROW: L. Neumann, T, Nachbauer, R. Nidiols, G. Meyer, J. Nemanich, A. Oberrotman, S. Nelson. FIRST ROW: N. Moll, N. Miles, L. Nehart, B. Newman, T. Nolan, J Messinger. MR. CAJET LAST ROW: M. Brodsky, R. Bunson, J. Brand- zel, J. Carlisle, K. Braden, G. Casde, T. Cart- wright, D. Carlson. FOURTH ROW: S. Callisher, T. Carey, P. Bramson, J. Buxbaum, J. Cohn, A. Burley, E. Chen. THIRD ROW: C. Caldwell, K. Brabandt, J. Budz, N. Clifford, B. Braude, G. Chelcun. SECOND ROW: J. Cohen, R. Cherniet, S. Bueter, S. Clemen, C. own, A. Bronstein, J. Buchel. FIRST ROW: C. Cassata, M. Bussert, M. Berger, S. Chankin, E. Brooks. MR. ENTWISTLE LAST ROW: T. Krok, T. Kling,J.Koch,J. Kram er, R. Kraus, R. Lange, J. Koziol. THIRD ROW R. Kaplan, C. Krueger, A. Kelly, E. Kretschmar F. Kaufman, R. Kohl. SECOND ROW: S. Klatch C. Jacobson, C. Koprinik, M. Killey, J. Johnson C. Kom, C. Klemm. FIRST ROW: J. Klein, S Kite, R. Kirstein, ]. Klingberg, J. Kirke, D. Kifz ing. Freshmen MK IIKI.I) l. .S 1 HOW: 1. Saramakls, li. Sdiullo, II. Savoy, l(. Scars. J. Sdirotdir. I.. Schuslt-r. |. Schicbcr. TIIIKI) KOW: C. Si-dloff. C. Ser :gi, K. Shandd- Mill, M. SchliiiCTllk, J. Sdiaefcr, C. Sar);is, D-. Sdiramek, (;. Slilbc. SKCONI) ROWCSIicrman, r. Sdiodlii, H. Silverman. I. Sliaplra. |{. Shapiro. |. Simon. B. Sildman. FIRS 1 ROW: C. Sklodow- ski, . I. Shih, K. Senn, . . Sliaw. C. .Sciif, J. Sllver- sic-in. MRS. FISHER LAST ROW: D. Greenspan, W. Grayson, S. Fried man, M. Grejbowski, G. Goldstein, G. (lundiach G. (;old. FOURTH ROW: N. Gomberg, J. Gold man, J. Fried, D. Grodiocinski, J. Guenlhcr, L Greenfield. THIRD ROW: M. Goldberg, I ' . Gil ford, R. Grauman, G. Goldstone, S. Goldner SEGOND ROW: P. .Aidonis. R. Golbus, S. Goode B. Glassberg, G. Gordon. FIRST ROW: L.Ciolden berg. C. Glubok, L. Goodman, G. Goundas, 1.. Gorman. MISS KITTS l. ST ROW I. McNevin. R. Urson. K ius- combe. R I.ogan. B. licvin. II. I ' acky. M Ixrmcr. KOIRHI ROW: S, U-lmontas. II. Irb»iviit D. Lowen. J. .Mc(;uan. . . Ual, S. IJoyd THIRD ROW: (;. iJsman. J l.indy. S. Upsdiult ., . l«f- kovilz. . . l.lfshiijL. 1 ' . I uriiorn. R .Mdlracken. SEGOND ROW: B. iJebcrnian. L Uyfcr, R. Sallano, C. Lynn. A. LeavUu FIRST ROW: N. I.andcs, I . I ughlin, D. Lee, D. Ubcrman, K. [ohnsun, S. I rosa. 171 Freshmen MR. GALLAGHER LAST ROW: T. Sroka, D. Simon, R. Stoltz, P. Szabady, W. Smidi, J. Terdidi. THIRD ROW: R. Sullivan, S. Amstrup, N. Warner, P. Packett, N. Szymski, K. Teets, B. Uzzo. SECOND ROW: M. Stern, M. Walters, S. Swier, S. Spiwak, P. Spinks, J. Tash. FIRST ROW: N. Sweadner, E. Tarant, R. Turry, L. Taylor, C. Tobias. MRS. HASKINS LAST ROW: K. McQuaig, R. Matayka, T. Mar- cheschi, R. Maher, T. Masters, S. Levin, D. Men- delson. THIRD ROW: P. Magad, J. Luber, B. Magged, R. Margolis, J. Lieberman, J. Marks, K. Lowen. SECOND ROW: K. Lundie, C. Matz- kin, C. Mader, K. Leavitt, C. Melin, A. Mandell, S. Mann. FIRST ROW: V. Londgren, P. Massar- sky, M. Marmitt, S. Martin, J. Medak. MR. HOEPPNER LAST ROW: J. Toporek, K. White, G. Warner, S. Wallies, J. Terp, R. Trotter, R. Von der Linden. THIRD ROW: R. Urbanus, A. Weinstein, D. Wamsley, S. Wilson, M. VigiletU, D. Warren. SECOND ROW: P. Van Overloop, T. Vilona, E. Tonipkin, E. Wargo, D. Thompson, R. Thorn- ton, K. Wehrmacher. FIRST ROW: C. Vinci, R. Winkler, M. Warady, D. Walkowiak, L. Wagner, C. Walter. 172 Freshmen MR. KNAAK l. ST ROW: C. BculeUpachcr, J. Blessing, K. Utrg, J. Boyscn. S. Becker, B. Block. THIRD ROW; M. Bernstein, B. Bcrman, II. Benario. S. Belgrade, K. Berkovcr, M. Bohlin. .S. Beyda. SKCOM) ROW: J. Bcuder, S. Bers. K. Beim«l,H. Baumhardl, I.. Blnslcin, J. Blaci. HKSI ROW: I ' , liuswurdi, .M. Bercskin, L Benson, R. Berko- wit ,, K. Bick. K. Berkc. MISS LULEJIAN LAST ROW: S. Rodman, R. Riley, L. Rice, C. Peterson, R. Rahnert, P. Pearson, C. Prydc. THIRD ROW: J. Olson, A. Pliskin, S. Pokvitis, . I. Pierce, M. Pysno, D. Petty, L. Reitman, .M. Rochman. SECOND ROW: R. Rosen, R. ftzybylski, M. Raucci, C. Rode, J. Pogue. R. RockolT, J. Pitzer. FIRST ROW: B. Rohrbacher.J. Porcaro, D. Ray- mond, J. Rodnick, D. Rosenberg, B. Robbins. 1 MR. MCMAHON I. ST ROW: B. Fine, D. Fish. M. English, B. HI- ko, J. FeUen, T. Dempscy, C. Dubas. htJl ' RTll ROW: J. Dedes, L Endicott, L Downing, B. Felss. N. Eaton. .M. Epstein. D. Endre. T. De Clcco. THIRD ROW: A. Dublnsky, D. Ducbner, C. Dziordzik, R. Eickhoff, A. Fenlon, G. Davis. S. Drew. SECOND ROW: J Fergus. M. Faubcr, S. Farbcr. J. Dresden. S. Fcinglass FIRST ROW: I. Elardc, B. Fciidicl, A. Eckart, F. UcNovl. S. De LuCoach. 173 Freshmen MISSNORD LAST ROW: J. Wilson, S. Capuiegro, L. Zeman, B. Winkler, T. Wolf, F. Zera, J. Zimka. FOURTH ROW: D. Wmquist, A. Zager, P. Weiss,C. Burack, L. Work, W. WUander. THIRD ROW: S. Worth, W. VVulf, B. Womer, R. Wiczer, P. Witt,]. Wright. SECOND ROW: L. Zimmerman, G. Wiig, G. Wielgus, S. WUlner, L. Zar, D. Wortman. FIRST ROW: B. Wurman, C. Ziemba, W. Wiese, J. Zuccarelli, N. Wood, N. Wineberg. I MR. R AKITAN LAST ROW: M. Shuster, L. Schaffer, S. Sher, J. Sinkule, B. Spilberg, J. Shapiro, B. Shivly. THIRD ROW: E. Stier, F. Stater, N. Stern, L. Schroeder, J. Smith, J. Sutfin, T. Steinseifer, H. Sosin. SECOND ROW: B. Stark, E. Starkman, J. Shaw, A. Spedale, P. Spiers, J. Spiegel, C. Steele, C. Sobol. FIRST ROW: B. Stein, G. Strick- ett, V. Stone, P. Snoply, C. Soldinger, B. Sostrin. MRS. RICE LAST ROW: J. Galanis, R. Gan, A. Fredrickson, C. Gigstad, G. Gassel, P. Cans, S.Foster. FOURTH ROW: C. Glass, D. Glasgow, P. Glines, N. Froh- berg, M Garcia, M. Frazin. THIRD ROW: D. GerVais, L. Giacon e, S. Furtransky, M Fisher, D. Gaule, D. Flitner, J. Friedman. SECOND ROW: J. Friedkin, G. Fortunato, M. Furey, L. Frieden, D. Fried. FIRST ROW: P. Gold, L. Fuchs, J. Click, C. Forlman, D. Flammini. Freshmen MR. SKUBAN l. ST KOW M Kcll, 1). Anderson, C. Auld, B. Marutk. I.. Barron. IIIIRI) ROW 1 ' Balin. E. Haclur. S. Barclay, R. Albrc-dit. R. Badcstli, A. Aslilcvilz, R. Ann. KIRST ROW I, Billos, C. Becker, 1). Banks. M. Bloom, ' . Amado, . I. lielUr. SKC:()M) ROW: B. Baumlcr.S.Burnell.M. Barskv. M. Ashkiiiaz, . . Bock, ( ' .. Bauiiihardi. MR. STOKES LAST ROW: B. Paddor, W. Petacque, 1). Oprea, C. Peterson, H. Panouses, M. Oscarson, ' . Nel- son, K. Omachel. THIRD ROW: L Palmer, S. O ' Neill, A. Norris, D. Osmolak, R. Pagni, C. Palmer, L. Pahnke. SECOND ROW: J. O ' MarUn, L. Miller, M. Perelman, ' . Pappalardo, R. Pear- son, M. Monitz, L. Opalka, R. Paulson. FIRST ROW: R. Peters, S. Peat, L. Novak, N. Olson, S. Olsen, L. Ostberg. a n A (J f ' n .MR. VIGUE UST ROW: D. Zollek. R. Sullivan, J. Mann, T. Siiikulc, T. Budz, M. Goldberg. C. Johnson. SE- COND ROW: K. Anderson, R. Epstein. J Work, N. Brooks, L Uvui, P. Davis. 1 lllrsh. KIRST ROW: E. Cohn. K. Krueger, N. Porrson, K. Zupko, J. Brown. R. Katz. 175 Humor, like gold, is where you find it " Alas poor Yorick, I knew him . . . " Elmer ' s glue is best for yc i ■ . , 7 " 1 I aa 1 • 4 ' . l « fV " Food for Thought " The Holy Shrine Our Leader " Okuv, Herman, Uiccoasl Is clear! " ATHLETICS A green football field andacinder track, Basketball courts and swinnming pools, Burned with the red of competi- tion this year. Scarlet and white brought ex- citement to the many. Growth and struggle to the few, And pride to all. 178 LAST ROW: D. Hirschtick, W. AUenbaugh, D. Reichem, J. Uvin, R. Torenko, W. Criz, J. Polon, N. Ander- son, R. Barclay, J. Novotny, D. McAvoy. THIRD ROW: L. Killey, C. Levin, J. Morton, E. Honeman, R. Kreiter, R. Lynch, R. Wagner, L. Winkleman, B. Perlow, T. Thomas. SECOND ROW: D. Ernl, R. Levin, Asst. Coach Bush, Head Coach Basrak, Assl. Coach R. Henrici, Asst. Coach B. Schnurr, D. Smith, G. Wil- son, M. Pepper. FRONT ROW: G. Zera, P. Snoply, J. Stengel, L. Anderson, S. Solomon, B. Crain, Manager- K. Garen, Right: R. Steele. Football During opening ceremonies, " P.J. " . the spirited chief, leads li braves into batde. Varsity Rick Kreiter, following blocker Richard Barclay, irics to break through Morton West defense. This was a season of disappointment for the var- sity football team. Almost every regular player in- cluding co-captains Dennis Smith, Bob Levin, and Rick Steele missed games due to injuries. A losing streak spoiled any hope that the Indians might win the Des Plaines Valley League tide. Neverthe- less, the team did win three games in a row. With better luck, they might " have won more. As it was, the team provided color, excitement, and, most of all, representation of Big Red ' s keen competitive spirit. VARSITY SCORES Niles West 7 Maine East 12 Niles West 16 Proviso West 6 Niles West 27 East Leyden 7 Niles West 35 Palatine 30 Niles West 14 West Leyden 20 Niles West 19 Maine South 20 Niles West 13 Morton West 44 Niles West 7 Willowbrook 13 ■ MX J ' f ' ' ' Dan Hirschtick accelerates as he turns corner ol l ' .tlalinc left flank. 181 t LAST ROW: L Rust, C. Brodin, D. Clifford, M. Brusaman, A. Norum, J. Brice, G. Timmings, R. WUson, T. Hanstrom, D. McMurry, B. WUson. THIRD ROW: A. Shaffer, B. Berg, S. Floyd, A. Stein, B. Wcigman, A. Zehner, B. Greenspan, B. English, E. Weinstein, J. Giluly. SECOND ROW: Mr. Lain (coach), B. Hand, S. Sorkin, R. Potoker, D. Lome, B. Novak, B. Fink, F. Erhardt, Mr. Paulsen (coach). FIRST ROW: S. Liberty, S. Cohn, T. Matskin, M. Rooney, D. Lyon, G. Prim, J. Dahl. Junior Varsi ty The junior varsity gridders captured third place in the Des Plaines Valley League with a record ofthree wins, three losses, and two ties. Their three victims were all worthy contenders: Evanston, East Leyden, and Palatine. Coach Paulsen commented that if injuries can be held down, next season the football team should win the league tide. ' ' »i3AJipaEM|iiiiiltmii ' i J Five extra points are the difference in the Home- coming victory over Palatine. fV SCORES Niles West 6 Evanston Niles West Proviso West 14 Niles West 13 East Leyden 6 Niles West 6 Palatine Niles West West Leyden Niles West Maine South Niles West 6 Morton West 7 Niles West 6 Willowbrook 20 Dave Lome attempts a quarterback keeper and is grabbed from behind by a Palatine defender. r Soph gridders learn a key lundameiiial; play execution begins with the snap of the ball. Sophomores After a 38-0 rout by Maine East and an unlucky loss to Proviso West, the Sophs finally scored an 18-6 victory over East Leyden. Coached by Bill Coyer, the sophomores began the ' 64 season with few experienced players. After losses to Palatine, 27-6, West Leyden, 27-14, and Maine South, 27-13, the Indians finally added another victory to the slate. They defeated Morton West by the close score of 13-12. The Sophs closed the season with a 26-13 loss to Willowbrook. Yet, in spite of the losing season, soph gridders, as always, gained experience, toughness, and knowledge of the fundamentals. SOPH SCORES Ndes West Maine East 38 NUes West 6 Proviso West 25 Niles West 18 East Leyden 6 NUes West 6 Palatine 27 Niles West 14 West Leyden 27 Niles West 13 Maine South 27 Niles West 13 Mroton West 12 Niles West 13 Willowbrook 26 LAST ROW: W. Oppice, B. Muslim, C. Panouces, J. Turanski, C. Szelag, S. Koenig, R. Henrick, P. Trotter, THIRD ROW: G. Seifert, R. Anderson,M.Matchen,J. Bold, J. Schuman, G. Goldberg, L. Green, D. Douglas, K. Crause. SECOND ROW: Coach Coyer, D. Kirste, S. Rosenbloom, R. Goldenberg, R. Carter, M. Fung, S. Weiss, Mr. Fickes. FIRSTROW:A. Dopman,M.Gervais, M. Martindale, H. Meikel, J. Ressigner, B. Gotlfred. 1 ' Freshmen The freshman A football team ended its successful season with a record of four wins against only three losses. In contrast, the irosh B team had a very disappointing year, winning only one game, a 9-0 victory over Willowbrook. Nevertheless, there were some outstanding individual performers and next year, when the two squads combine, they should be able to have a winning season. LAST ROW: T.Wolff, J. Terp,. . l-rtdricksoii. J, Ki,iiiici. T. Stralian, B. Ginola, B. Toren- ko, L. Leman, M. Grejbowski, D. Simon. SECOND ROW: Mr. Fabri (coach), M. English, K. Luscombe, E. Hirsch, D. Trotter, B. Larson, J. Guentlier, K. Shoemaker, Mr. Earl (coach). FIRST ROW: D. Dassinger, M.Oscarson,J.Smith, S. Barclay, J. Wilson, J. Dedes, C. Rode (manager). LAST ROW: D. Endre, J. Rosenthal, D. Carlson, B. Spillberb, K. Braden, J. Rehfeldt, H. Sosin, D. Fish, R. Clark. THIRD ROW: R. Cans, S. Capenegro, S. Levin, J. Fimka, P. Mar- mel, D. Flitner, R. Metzler, M. Pysno, Manager N. Brooks. SECOND ROW: Coach Filliman, D. Salon, R. Sanders, J. Nemenick, D. Winquist, M. Fisher, R. Nichols, Coach Stayanofl. FIRST ROW: B. Baumler, B. Wigman, S. Nelson, G. Carlson. " A " SQUAD SCORES Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles West West West West West West West 7 20 34 14 39 West West West West West West West Proviso West East Ley den Palatine West Leyden Maine South Morton West Willowbrook " B " SQUAD SCORES Proviso West East Leyden Palatine West Leyden Maine South Morton West Willowbrook 19 13 12 13 3 9 20 13 7 37 20 24 14 Tim Strahan ' s kickoff begins the freshman foot- ball campaign. LAST ROW: P. Helford, F. Demas, R. Clemen, A. Silverstein, R. DeluU, K. Biga, 11. Grcui man. Coach Harmon. FIRST ROW; R. Lee, A. Hinkle, M. Silvert, H. Mangurten, R. John- son, R. Johnson, Coach Campbell. Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles Niles West West West West West West West West West " est West «.. VARSITY SCORES 30 Niles East 27 32 Niles North 26 59 Proviso West 15 50 Forest View 15 43 East Leyden 18 50 Maine West 15 48 Palatine 15 50 West Leyden 15 50 Maine Soutli 15 50 Morton Wesi 15 50 WUlowbrook 15 Cross Country Lack of depth, a common malady, hamp- ered this year ' s varsity cross-country team. The harriers, led by senior . rt Silverstein and junior Robert Clemen, could not man- age to achieve a victory in their eleven contests. Mr. Harmon, who coaches the cross-country squad, can look lorward to a better season next year, when some ol the present Ireshmen and sophomores Join the varsity. He can further stress that cross- country competition demands dedication, discipline, and strength, yet, unlortunaiely, little glory except among the direct partici- pants. The freshman and sophomore harriers, coached by Mr. Campbell, were more suc- cessful than their varsity counterparts. Win- ning three of their ten meets, they finished in third place in the Des Plaines ' alley League. Outstanding members, who should be able to boost the varsity to a nu)re suc- cessful season next year, included Ronald and Roger Johnson and Bob Lee. FROSH- -SOPH SCORES Niles West 32 Niles East 26 Niles West 34 Niles .North 25 Niles West 50 l ' rt)viso West 15 Niles West 29 Forest ' iew 27 Niles West 30 East Ixydcn 25 Niles West 20 .Maine West 36 Niles West 42 Palatine 20 Niles West 17 West Leyden 41 Niles West 29 .Maine South 27 Nile.s West 19 .Morton West 36 Niles West 23 Willowbrook 34 UST ROW: 1 ' . (.ans, C. Cli-mi-n, K. Wi) ni.ik. J. Kadoii, I. Cariwrighi, I.. Aiil.i IIK.M ROW: M. Schmidt, T. Kurr, . I. Hrodsky.J. lloreitz, B. Glassbcrg. LAST ROW: Coach Sdinurr, J. Nogar, G, Timmings, R. Steele, D. Hirsclitick, A. Schaefer (Manager), Assistant Coach Filliman. FIRST ROW: R. I evin, M. Brusman, R. Kreiter (Co-Captain), L. Gussis (Co-Captain), D. Murphy, J. Timmer. Basketball Niles West 54 Evanston 51 Niles West 47 New Trier 45 Niles West 64 Niles East 54 Niles West 68 Maine South 74 Niles West 64 Palatine 44 Niles West 78 Proviso West 67 Niles West 69 West Leyden 50 Niles West 37 Niles North 35 Niles West 79 Willowbrooj 53 Niles West 71 Morton West 54 Niles West 56 East Leyden 51 Niles West 58 Maine Soath 67 Niles West 89 Palatine 60 Niles West 88 Proviso West 63 Niles West 61 West Leyden 54 Niles West 67 Willowbrook 56 Niles West 43 Morton West 53 Niles West 53 East Leyden 63 The Niles West varsity basketball team ended its season with a heartbreaking 50-48 loss to New Trier in the regional tournament finals. This defeat ended the most successful basketball season in the school ' s history. The team won a total of nineteen games, more than any other team from any Niles Township school has ever won. They posted a league record often victories and only four losses. To no one ' s surprise, senior co-captains Rick Kreiter and Lloyd Gussis were chosen the most valuable players of this year ' s team. Be- tween them, they hold every major Niles West basketball record. The other team starters-Mickey Brusman, David Murphy, John Timmer, and Bob Levin-were all seniors as well. Theirs was a well-balanced, well-coached unit which will be missed. 1 1 1% • If 1 i John Timmer outmanuevers tivo East I cvden forwards Lloyd Gussis pivots tliruu);h Wildkil ddense for u luyup. 6 ' 1 " Bob Levin throws a hesitation shot around 6 ' 7 " Jim Bradoff. Dave Murphy jump shoots over an Kvansion defender. Mickey Brusman goes into die air to shoot a basket in the region- al tournament. Rick Kreller anllcipalcs llic inuve uf aii Kasi Ixyden fon» aril JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES NUes We st 33 Evanston 39 Niles West 36 New Trier 53 Niles West 47 Niles East 39 Niles West 55 Maine South 53 Niles West 46 Palatine 34 Niles West 51 Proviso West 41 Niles West 54 West Leyden 62 Niles West 48 Niles North 31 Niles West 46 Willowbrooj 51 Niles West 41 Morton West 48 Niles West 39 East Leyden 58 Niles West 62 Maine Soath 65 Niles West 52 Palatine 39 Niles West 41 Proviso West 49 Niles West 44 West Leyden 76 Niles West 48 Willowbrook 57 Niles West 48 Morton West 58 Niles West 40 East Leyden 60 LAST ROW: Coach Filliman, R. Nielsen, M. Pepper, P. Gillespie, J. Sideman, T. Bydaiek, N. Anderson, R. Torenko, J. Ricordati. FIRST ROW: A. Stein, L. Killey, T. Chikaraishi, H. Lerner, R. Nied. Junior Varsity The j-v ' s started the hardwood season strongly, winning the majority of their first eight games. As the campaign progressed, the team sank below a winning record and eventually won six out of eight- een contests. The club found itself lacking muscle and a consistent scoring punch. Much responsibility for tlie success of next year ' s Big Red rests with these JVers, as the first six varsity cagers are graduating seniors. The great hope is that, as a unit and as individuals, these ballplayers will develop consider- ably, a feat that often happens with varsity respon- sibility. JV-er Ron Torenko moves clear for a close-in score. . ikj SOPH SCORES NUes West 35 Evanston 57 Niles West 41 New Trier 53 NUes West 35 NUes East 49 NUes West 49 Maine South 66 NUes West 46 Palatine 38 NUes West 33 Proviso West 41 NUes West 45 NUes North 48 NUes West 51 West Leyden 53 NUes West 48 WUlowbrook 47 NUes West 40 Morton West 49 NUes West 37 Maine South 40 NUes West 50 Proviso West 56 NUes West 50 Sandwich 48 NUes West 50 West Leyden 49 NUes West 45 Morton West 62 NUes West 36 East Levden 50 lu Freshmen and Sophomores L .ST ROW: Coach Karl, D. AliUlroiii, 1. Siralian, W. Herbert, K Ferlcw. J. Elarde, W. Torcnko, . . Rolla. MIDDLE ROW: ]. Morten, J. .Natiian. I ' Can , .S. . Iisrac. R. Janowski. THIRD ROW: J. Zclicnka, I. Rosmarin. SKCOXD ROW: J Rode, R. Krai.icr, J. Hulk, D. Muskat, M. Eisenberg. FIRST ROW: J. Adams (.Manager). The sophomore cagers ended the season with a discouraging record of four wins and twelve losses. But they have learned the competitiveness and skUl for their future playing; and after all, these are the first purposes of diese teams. The Frosh " A " team won five of their sixteen games, unfortunately losing six games by less than three baskets. It must be remembered, too, that tliree frosh starters were moved to sophomore competition early in the season. Showing an especially strong start, the Frosh " B " cagers won their first eight games. Then, as often happens, their campaign began to rest heavy on the players, and five of the last six games were lost. LAST ROW: Coach Field, C. Cigstad, J. Brandzel. T. Cartwright, T. Wolf, J. Terp, M. Grejbowski, S. Belgrade, Coach Paulsen. SECOND ROW: K. Luscombe. E. Hirscli, K. Shoemaker, W. Grayson. .M. Isoe, S. Barclay, T. DeCicco, R. Salon. FIRST ROW: R. Numerick (Manager), D. Flitner, R. Aren, L. Laj-fer, B. Baumler, J. Neinanicli. FROSH " A- SCORES Niles West 45 Evanston 40 NUes West 44 New Trier 50 NUes West 40 NUes East 43 NUes West 36 Maine Soudi 52 NUes West 48 Palatine 56 NUes West 35 Proviso West 30 NUes West 44 N ' iles Xordi 37 Niles West 38 West Leyden 46 NUes West 46 WUlowbrook 55 NUes est 40 Morton West 63 NUes West 35 .Maine South 68 NUes West 35 Proviso West 42 NUes West 88 Sandwich 43 XUes West 45 West I cyden 46 NUes West 31 M orton West 55 NUes West 68 East Leyden 66 FROSH -B " SCORES Niles West 51 Evanston 43 Niles West 55 New Trier 40 NUes West 51 NUes East 40 Niles West 40 Maine South 36 Niles West 34 Palatine 33 NUes West 44 Proviso West 36 Niles West 42 Niles North 32 Niles West 58 We.si Ix-yden 37 Niles West 38 Morton West 40 Niles West 19 Maine South 50 Niles West 37 Provist) West 43 Niles W ' lsi 50 West Ix ' yden 49 Niles West 35 Morton West 37 NUes West 31 East Leyden 65 Varsity LAST ROW: Mr. Smith (coach), A. Silverstein, R. Katz, R. Levin, R. Delott, T. Widerquist, (captain), B. Wagner, H. Katz, B. Caranne, G. Carlson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ramm (coach), B. Kaufman, R. Shaf, M. Pontarelli, M. Brown, M. Rooney, T. Thomas, J. Glantz, Mr. Cajet (coach). FIRST ROW; 0. Cassata (manager), M. Menningen, F. Walthers, B. Fleishman, A. Shafer, H. Goldber (manager). Not shown: D. Aberman. Swimming This year ' s district meet, held at Niles West, ended a successful season for the varsity swimming team. Posting a conference record of three wins and two losses, they captured third place in the Des Plaines Valley League. League champions included Tom Widerquist, 400- yard freestyler, who set a new league record, and the 200 yard relay team. Diver Bob Wagner was third in the league and twelfth in the state finals. VARSITY SCORES Niles West 44 Niles East 51 Niles West 34 Glenbrook South 61 Niles West 68 Waukegan 27 NUes West 25 Niles North 70 Niles West 58 East Leyden 36 Niles West 65 Forest View 30 Niles West 65 Prospect 36 Niles West 82 Morton West 13 Niles West 60 Arlington 35 NUes West 60 Wheeling 13 Niles West 47 Proviso West 48 Niles West 47 Lake Forest 48 Niles West 36 Maine South 59 Niles West 82 Glenbrook South 112 NUes West 76 West Leyden 17 Tom Widerquist, the 400 yd. freestyle champion of the Des Plaines Valley, finishes this trying race. 190 c.rrr r n P ILi FROSH- -SOPH SCORES Niles West 60 Niles East 35 Niles West 57 Glenbrook Sou th 38 Niles West 35 Waakegan 60 NUes West 35 NUes North 60 Niles West 67 East Leyden 27 Niles West 74 Forest View 21 NUes West 71 Prospect 24 NUes West 64 Morton West 31 NUes West 60 Arlington 35 NUes West 86 Wheeling 8 NUes West 57 Proviso West 38 NUes West 67 Laje Forest 28 NUes West 37 Maine South 58 NUes West 63 West Leyden 32 NUes West 73 Maine East 22 The frosh-soph teams had a most suc- cessful season with an excellent record of twelve wins and three losses, taking second place in the league. The trosh team came through the season winning four meets and dropping three. Considering the combined records of both teams, some line individual performers such as Mike Pontarelli in free- style, Barry Fleischman in individual med- ley, and Frank Walters in diving and the vigorous coaching staff, Niles West ' s swim- ming fortunes seem optimistic. LAST ROW: Coach Smiih, J. .Suikulc, T. Sijikuli-, It Sulliv.111, K licaird. J. .Siniili, J. Work. L .Vhuilrr. T. Dempsey, C. Clemen, Coach Ramm. SECO.N ' l) ROW: R. Hadesdi. J Kreidmaii, .S. Dean. I. Hook, R. Epstein, P. Imhof, G. Cundlach, C. Harintr, Coach Cajcl. FIRST ROW: .Manager R. I.anger, R. Sulhvan. R. Thorton, . 1. Stem, D. Thompson, . Obrrolman, S. Callisher. Absent: S. Amsinip, R. Brun« n. Frosh— Soph LAST ROW: Coach Ramm, M. Pontarelli, L. Stauber, S. Cohen, R. Robbins, B. Fleishman, J. L ' rdangen. C. Clemen, J. Aberman, A. Speizer. SECOND ROW: Coach Smith, R. Goldenberg, S. Yoshino. U. SandrolT. J. Work, R. Brodsky, E. Chez, L. Schuster, Coach Cajet. FRONT ROW: .Manager-Stadand, F. Waldiers, P. Ilmhof, L. Hook, I. Smidi, D. Stone, Manager M. Grain. Absent: S. Novak. ■ The championship 400 yd. relay tcam-Mowlc Kai Randy Shaf, Rick ty n, and Terry Thomas beams with the Joy of vlaory. FROSH SCORES Niles West Niles West NUes West Niles West Niles West Niles West NUes West 55 36 31 55 58 70 43 NUes East Waakegan Dctrfield Niles North Maine East .Morton West 40 59 64 40 37 25 Glenbrook South 52 I LAST ROW: S. Weiss, Mr. D. Fickes, J.V. Coach, J. Novotny, D. Swanson, C. Koziol, B. Bergles (Maiia ger), R. Porter (Varsity Coach). THIRD ROW: J. Rosenbloom, R. Mueller (Captain), E. Greenberg, L Sold- inger. J. Stengel, C. Friedman, M. Silvert. SECOND ROW: D. Ijiber, G. Portugal, C. Levin, R. Greenspan, R. Lynch. FIRST ROW: R. Lee, B. Gelfand, M. Yohanna, T. Weiss, L. Bell, R. Klyman. Wrestling VARSITY SCORES JUNIOR VARSITY SCORES Niles West 9 Evanston 29 Niles West 13 Evanston 32 Niles West 20 Palatine 18 Niles West 19 Palatine 27 Niles West 14 North Chicago 29 Niles West 16 North Chicago 36 Niles West 9 Proviso West 31 Niles West 9 Proviso West 35 Niles West 12 West Leyden 29 Niles West 11 West Leyden 39 Niles West 16 Glenbrook Sou th 23 Niles West 21 Glenbrook South 31 Niles West 12 Willowbrook 26 Niles West 17 Morton West 31 Niles West 24 Morton West 19 Niles West 11 Maine South 40 Niles West 20 Maine South 18 . Niles West 13 East Leyden 41 Niles West 11 East Leyden 31 Niles West 28 Glenbrook North 21 Niles West 23 Glenbrook North 14 192 Varsity The varsit} ' wrestling squad, like the football team, was hampered by injuries during its campaign. Altliougli the)- could not succeed in making theirs a winning season, the wresders turned in some fine individual pertormances. Captain Bob Maeller qualified for the district meet and finished second in his division, as did soph- omore Bob Lee. Lee, named to the Des Plaines Valley League All-Star squad, was undefeated during the conference season. SOPH SCORES Nlles West 5 Palatine 44 Niles West Proviso West 52 Niles West 6 West Ixyden 46 Niles West 6 Willowbrook 42 Niles West 5 Morton West 49 NUes West 7 Maine South 47 Niles West 5 East Levden 53 FROSH SCORES Niles West 17 Evanston 33 Niles West 27 Palatine 21 Niles West 45 Proviso West 12 Niles West 6 West Levden 49 NUes West 9 Willowbrook 37 Niles West 19 Morton West 36 Niles West 26 Maine Soutli 21 Niles West 21 East Leyden 25 THIRD ROW: C. Gold, L, Rice, L. Zeman, J. Kozial, J. Guentlier, Mr. Skuban (Coach). SECOND ROW: T. Gary, E. Kretschar, B. Dalin, R. McCrackin, J. Goiaris, M. Fislier. FIRST ROW: D. Glatt, R. Rosen, J. Simon, J. Beutler, S. Willner, C. Carlson. Gymnastics BACK ROW: Mr. Armour (assistant coach), I. Bolnick (manager), M. EUyne, B. Manna, B. Clemen, G. Wilkins, B. Gerber, Mr. Burkel (Coach). FIRST ROW; T. Kushner, D. Lees, B. Bolnick (captain), E. Ray- mond, S. Rochell. VARSITY SCORES Niles West 68 Niles East 64 Niles West 78 1 2 Niles North 53 1 3 Niles West 56 1 2 Prospect 75 1 2 Niles West 71 1 2 Palatine 60 1 2 Niles West 55 Evanston 77 Niles West 65 Proviso West 67 Niles West 75 1 2 West Leyden 56 1 2 Niles West 61 Willowbrook 71 Niles West 74 1 2 Barrington 57 1 2 Niles West 68 1 2 Proviso West 63 1 2 Niles West 82 Wheeling 50 Niles West 78 Waujegan 54 Niles West 75 1 3 Maine South 56 1 2 Niles West 74 Maine East 58 NUes West 59 Thornton 73 Niles West 85 East Leyden 47 Niles West 84 Maine West 48 This year ' s Gymnastics squad was the most unexpectedly successful of all the winter-sports teams. The gymnasts cli- maxed a winning season with an outstand- ing performance in the state finals at Pros- pect. The " big story " of the year, of course, was team captain Bruce Bolnick. Scoring the second-highest number of points in the state meet, he captured the state side-horse championship, second place on parallel bars, and fourth in all-around performance. Junior Ed Raymond placed fifth on side- horse in the finals, and also fifth in all- around. These athletes and the other West gym- nasts captured third place in the state meet. This honor, added to the team ' s 13-5 con- ference record, meant a memorable season for the squad. Much of this success was due to the dedicated coaching of Mr. Burk- el and Mr. Armour. Ed Raymond, Conference champion as all-around gymnast, executes a flank vault. «. k. «, K . «; • ' «. It I ri TVA y M. f» State champion Bruce Bolnick performs his classic scissors moves. ; 1 H 1 H f " it - ' ; . aH r ' m • ' " iiimniiiulljK .yiuumiriiv V L ST ROW: J. Ziraka, K. Schicber, H. bisky, I.. Cochn, T.Ficho, R. Geld, S. Berkowiiz, J. Wisniwski, J. .•Ulison. M. Shapiro, T. I ' etmaio. FRONT ROW; J. Cochn, C. Lynn, L Giacore, J. Chilraraiski, D. Gcrrais, J. . larko, 1 ' . (lillord. R. Berkowitz, T. Kushner, A. Nusinow, Coach Annour. FROSH- SOPH SCORES Niles West 57 1 2 Prospect 74 1 2 Niles West 65 1 2 Wheeling 66 12 Niles West 73 Palatine 59 Niles West 47 Waakegan 85 Niles West 53 Evanston 79 NUes West 67 1 2 Maine South 64 1 2 Niles West 63 Proviso West 69 Niles West 71 Maine East 61 Niles West 59 West Leyden 73 Niles West 64 Thornton 68 Niles West 62 1 2 Willowbrook 69 1 2 Niles West 70 East Leyden 62 Niles West 62 Barrington 70 Niles West 69 Maine West 63 Niles West 62 Proviso West 70 NUes West 64 1 2 Niles East 67 1 2 Barry Gold, conference trampoline champion, moves through a layout back somersauh. FROSH-SOPf Bob Manna holds a yogi handstand IM Will they remember us? We won- der. Will they think of us not as sen- iors, As student leaders or athletes or followers, But as individuals? Will they see that our colors were unique, That our colors blended in a different way? Or will they, through the lens of time. See nothing new in our colors, nothing valuable, " And will they forget to coll us ourselves? We wonder. Index Aberman, David R. 100, 119, 191 Aberman, James L. 167, 191 Abrahamson, Murray M. 158 Adami, Lee Ann 65, 74, 119 Adams, Audrey 1 19 Adams, James Henry 1 5 3 Adams, JeJfrey Wayne 162,189 Adams, Mary Ann 119 Adelman, Linda G. 98,119 Adler, Ruth Doreen 79, 80, 97, 100, 101, 162 Aidonis, Peter 171 Ahlstrom, Richard A. 83, 161, 189 Akerly, Linda Sue 1 19 Akerly, Nancy Lynne 74, 80, 82, 160, 162 Albert, Sharon 82, 119 Albrecht, Dorothy 1 54 Albrecht, Nancy Ann 119 Albrecht, Richard W. 175 Alder, Wendy Joan 99, 101, 160, 164 Alex, Diane Joy 79, 86, 92, 154 Alexander, Lee Ann 157 Allen, Nancy J. 74, 119 Alessi, Theresa 92, 100, 162 AUenbaugh, Wm H. 101, 119, 180 Allison, John Curt 195 Allison, Terry Lee 161 Alonas, Margaret R. 97, 163 Altschaeffel, Dennis 156 Altshuler, Terry 119 Altszyler, William K. 119 Amado, Vicky Jo 68, 97, 175 Amari, Joseph John 1 19 Ambrus, Gayle L. 119 Amstrup, Steven 172, 191 Andersen, Robert A. 68, 92, 163, 193 Anderson, Cathy 67, 77, 78, 156 Anderson, Daniel P. 174 Anderson, Donald J. 1 19 Anderson, Donald J. 156 Andersen, Douglas S. 92, 1 19 Anderson, Jeanne 163 Anderson. Karen E. 78, 156 Anderson, Kit E. 175 Anderson, Larry D. 101, 157, 180 Anderson, Linda H. 74, 78, 88, 118, 119 Anderson, Mark H. 167 Anderson, Norman R. 68, 73, 159, 180, 188 Androw,Judy 118, 19 Andrew, Linda Sue 80, 167 Angelino, Paul J. 78, 86,92, 152, 158 Apelian, Donald J. 72, 78, 119 Apelian, Robert G. 167 Appel, David Neil 155 Aren, Robert Joel 175, 189 Argyrakis, Thomas L. 1 19 Armstrong, Darlene G. 120 Arnold, Nancy Lee 88, 157 Asher, Nadine Jane 120 Ashkinaz, Mark D. 175 Ashlevitz, Allen M. 175 Ashlevitz, Bernard M. 161 Atzel, Walter J. 155 Auer, Kenneth George 164 Auld, GaryB. 95, 100, 174 AuU, Sandra Kay 163 Austin, James C. 158 Avella, Sino 159 Bacchi, Michael R. 155 Bach, Catherine 86, 159 Bacher, Edward J. 175 Bacher, Helen E. 120 Badesch, Robert T. 175, 191 Baim, Candi Barbara 65, 154 Baker, Maureen 88, 153 Baker, Marvin Joel 78, 163 Baker, Gary 120 Baker, Ronald S. 1 20 Balin, Paula Merle 91, 175 Baltes, Steven K. 163 Bank, Claire Ruth 120 Banks, David Barry 175 Banks, Maria B. 1 20 Barber, Paul Randall 162 Barclay, Richard 101, 120, 180 Barclay, Scott D. 175, 184, 189 Barnett, Lynne 1 20 Barnett, Mark Allan 160, 166 Barnow, Susan Mary 65, 67, 80 Barrash, Andrea Gail 80, 88, 89, 156 Barron, Christine F. 163 Barron, Larry M. 175 Barsky, Marylou 91, 175 Barsky, Robert R. 1 20 Bartelson, Anna M. 1 20 Barth, Barbara J. 1 20 Barth, Julianne 85, 120 Bartholmy, Barbara A. 87, 90, 161 Bartuce, Susan Anne 90, 161 Baruck, Bonnie Sue 80, 175 Bass, MiraJ. 98, 120 Bass, Murry Alan 15 3 Batschauer, Lynn Lee 165 Baum, Barbara J. 120 Bennett, Rosemarie C. 173 Benson, Laurence A. 173 Berens, Phyllis Ann 166 Bereskin, Merle Faye 80, 86, 173 Berg, Keith Robert 173 Berg, Kevin William 154, 182 Berger, Francine Ina 92, 93, 94, 158 Berger, Harold E. 121 Berger, James K. 76, 156 Berger, Joel R. 1 2 1 Berger, Marian Joyce 162 Berger, Michael L. 76, 170 Berger, Roberta D. 155 Bergles, William J. 159, 192 Bergstrom, Cathy L. 82, 162 Berke, Elyse H. 78, 173 Berke, Terry G. 121 Berkover, Frederic M. 95, 173 Berkover, Robert L. 71, 121 Berkowitz, Richard A. 173, 195 Baumhardt, Carolyn J. 175 Baumhardt, Harold G. 87, 95, 173 Baumhardt, Joyce L. 156 Baumhardt, Keith J. 120 Baumhardt, Linda Ann 90, 157 Baumler, Brett E. 175, 184, 189 Beaird, Judith A. 85, 120 Beaird, Robert D. 191 Beck.Jerry Carl92, 161 Becker, Bill John 1 20 Becker, Charlene 67, 80, 175 Becker, Hetty M. 156 Becker, Susan Kay 100, 178 Beckway, Brent J. 1 20 Bedoe, Beverly 120 Beederman, Asher J. 161 Begoun, Avis Joy 79 Behr, Elyse Judith 1 20 Belgrade, Steven B. 173, 189 Bell, Enid Stella 80, 161 Bell, Lawrence G. 192 Bellos, GaryS. 75, 175 Bell, Mary 95, 100, 101, 175 Beller, Mindelle M. 91, 175 Bernario, Howard Marc 173 Bennett, Lynn P. 30, 121 Bennett, Mary C. 90, 154 Berkowitz, Stephen J. 165, 195 Berkson, Robert Earl 156 Berliner, Donald D. 88, 157 Berman, Bruce Gary 173 Berman, Leslie Dale 79, 86, 87, 88, 153 Berman, Marna Ann 80, 82, 163 Berman, Robert M. 86, 87, 71, 113, 121 Berman, Rosalie 74, 121 Berndt, Phyllis B. 74, 121 Bernstein, Carol J. 121 Bernstein, Darlene R. 159 Bernstein, Marcy Lee 173 Bernstein, Ronald A. 78, 121 Bers, AlanB. 121 Bers, Sherry Elaine 173 Best, James G. 155 Bethke, Kathy Ellen 158 Beutelspacher, Candy 173 Beutler,John 173, 193 Beutler, Mary Ann 121 Beyda, Sheila Rae 173 Beyda, Sherry Lynn 153 Bick, Kathryn Louise 78, 79, 158 Bick, Kristine Lynn 173 Bierman, David 164 Biga, Frank Joseph 78, 154 Binkley, John C. 121 Binstein, Linda D. 173 Birkley, Linda Alice 1 5 3 Blameuser, Mary A. 121 Blasek, Gail Ann 153 Blatt, Jerome 173 Blessing, Carol Ann 121 Blessing, Joseph C. 173 Blevit, Nadine 156 Block, Barbara Ann 79, 97, 168, 173 Bloom, Mark 175 Blum, Jeanette M. 15 5 Blumenthal, Donna A. 80, 165 Bock, Andrea R. 175 Bock, Bruce George 162 Bode, James Jule 165, 189 Bohlin, Matthew B. 173, 95 Boime, Susan Ilene 64, 164 Bold, John Douglas 78, 167, 193 Bohiick, Bruce R. 72, 73, 101, 121, 194 Bolnick, Ira Donald 164, 194 Bolotin, Pamela G. 64, 66, 67, 86, 121 Bond, Nancy Jo 121 Bonetti, John Frank 92, 155 Bonetti, Susan K. 67, 80, 92, 162 Bonue, Arlenc 165 Borisof, Pamela J. 154 Borowski, Mary Susan 90, 158 Bosch, Cheryl A. 167 Boston, Robert Paul 78, 164 Bostrom, Susan 97, 100 Bosworth, Paula Rae 74, 91, 173 Bowman, Lee Allan 15 3 Boyden, Melody Ann 164 Boysen, James Lorenz 173 Brabandt, Kandis L. 170 Braden, Keith L. 78, 170, 184 Bradford, Jane A. 121 Bramson, Leonard A. 121 Bramson, Phyllis E. 170 Brandt, Frances Lee 80, 164 Brandt, Wayne Paul 165 Brandzel, Ellen Beth 80, 118, 121 BrandzeLJeffA. 170, 189 Braude, Barbara M. 68, 80, 100, 101, 170 Braude, Frances Ann 65, 68, 97, 154 Braun, Manfred W. 78, 122 Braverman, Donna C. 122 Braverman Janice L. 160, 165 Breinig, Nancy Lee 122,165 Breinig, Peggy Ann 88 Brice, Jerry Edwin 83, 157, 182 Brod, Peter Don 162 Brodin, Chris S. 122, 182 Brodin, Marie P. 166 Brodsky, Michael A. 168, 170 Brodsky, Robert H. 162, 191 Brody, Linda 122 Brody, Richard H. 159 Brodzik, Walter T. 29, 122 Bronstein, Alan B. 170 Brooks, Eileen D. 68, 80, 170 Brooks, Janice 88, 89, 100, 101, 155 Brooks, Neil E. 67, 175, 184 Brooks, Pamela J. 165 Brown, Bonita 122 Brown, Bruce Allen 15 3 Brown, Charlotte C. 170 Brown, Cynthia B. 74, 86, 158 Brown, Jill Naoma 80, 175 Brown, Larry E. 83, 87, 92, 93, 94, 122 Brown, Michael 191 Brownstein, Susan R. 122 Brunger, Jacqueline 158 Brunger, Marilyn M. 164 Brurmer, William 104 Branson, Robert J. 170, 191 Brusman, Mickey M. 122, 182, 186, 187 Bryant, Myra Anita 122 Bubley, Lawrence D. 156 Bubley, Linda Lee 122 Buchel, Joseph 170 Bud2,Joann Kay 91, 170 Budz, Thomas Joseph 81, 174 Index Bueter, Susan Gwynnc 1 70 Buctcr, Bonnie 164 Buns, Thomas Joseph 166 Burg, Robert Bruce 156 Burke, Sharon M. 122 Burkhardl, Henry E. 159 Burkhardt, Terry J. 92. 93, 159 Burley, Arnold 19, 170 Bumell, Sheri 174 Burzik. Frank Victor 167 Bush, Urry Yale 155 Bussert, Jeraldin 80, 88, 92, 15 3 Butler, Judith T. 122 Bussert, Mark 170 Buubach, Carol Lynn 92, 164 Buxbaum, Judith 67, 84, 170 Bydalek, Theodore 15 5, 188 Cadoppo, Victoria 122 Cahan, David E. 122 Caldwell, Craig A. 170 Caldwell, David E. 156 Caliva, Carol Lynn 169 CalUsher, Sherry 169 Callisher, Steven 170, 191 Callner, Cheryl Lynn 161 Capinegro, Scotty 174, 184 Carey, Thomas M. 170, 193 Carlisle, John W. 170 Carlisle, Shirley J. 30, 74, 122 Carlson, Barbara Ann 157 Carlson, David Roy 170, 184, 193 Carlson, Gary E. 72, 100, 122, 191 Carlson, Gregory J. 169, 184 Carlson, Jeannine 155 Carlson, Roland W. 157 Carrane, William B. 157, 191 Carter, James J. 92, 95, 164, 193 Cartwright, Thomas H. 170, 189 Casde, George 170 Cassala, Concetta M. 9 1 , 170 Cassata, Orrin 15 3, 191 Cedar, Candice 90 Ccnd, Carol Anne 155 Chiitkin, Paul S. 122 Chamberlain, Vicki, 87, 122 Chamerski, Carol Ann 122 Chankin, Suzanne M. 80, 86, 170 Chaplik, Linda Ann 80, 160, 167 Chapman, Marda Ruth 152, 153 Chelcun, Greg W. 91, 170 Chen, Edward S. 81, 100, 170 Chemiet, Rhonda I. 79, 170 Chez, Edward Bennett 100, 167, 191 Chien, Agnes 79, 84, 158 Chjkaraishi, James K. 95, 169, 195 Chikaraishi, Todd 158, 188 Chin, Albert H. 169 Chow, Vincent 81, 164 Chrisos, Kathleen M. 123 Christ, Maria 123 Christ, Pamela 163 Christiansen, Cathy 158 Christensen, Douglas 123 Christiansen, Martin 169 Christiansen, Linda 161 Chubin, Caiy Mitchel 161 Cims, Sandra Clare 164 Clark, Jane 157 Clark, Rickey C. 169, 184 Claus, Jeffrey R. 76, 123 Clauson, Joan E. 82, 92, 123 Clauson, Vaugh S. 95. 100. 169 Claver, Scott Lee 95, 169 Cleburne. Maryjane 158 Clemen Charles S. 169, 191 Clemen, Robert Blair 157, 194 Qemen, Susan Kay 79, 97, 170 Clifford, Douglas D. 182 Clifford, Nancy E. 170 Clyman, Harold 29. 123 Clyman, Sandra K. 123 ayman. Selma 82. 162 Codell. Bariy F. 66, 123 Cohan, Alan Robert 15 3 Cohen, Debrajoy 101, 154 Cohen, Jeffrey Allen 80. 163. 195 Cohen, Jenise R. 100, 170 Cohen. Laurence W. 78, 95, 160, 163, 195 Cohen, Marilyn 88, 89, 123 Cohen, Sheldon Bruce 100, 162, 191 Cohen, Stephen Abn 68, 15 3 Cohen, Sluan Shelly 1 2, 156, 182 Cohn, Ellen 175 Cohn, Janine Maria 91, 170 Cohn, Gayle 156 Cohn, Linda Sue 68, 85, 157 Cohn. Sandi Lee 166 Colbert. Susan E. 80, 167 Colello, Andrea 158 Collins, Kathleen J. 80,91, 169 Collons, Michelle A. 79, 123 Colton, Stephanie F. 80, 169 Condon, Jeanne S. 123 Conrad, Curtis W. 95, 169 Conrad, Jon 86,92,94, 123 Conway, Arlen Ann 169 Cooper, Barbara Sue 86, 88, 89, 159 Cooper, Howard D. 15 3 Cooper, Judi Barbara 96, 123 Cooper. Mildred C. 98, 155 Coorbs, Peter S. 81, 160, 162 Cordell. Linda E. 169 Cordell. Marshall S. 123 Corin, Kenny B. 123 Com, Lawrence Alan 91, 169 Comelison, Jeanene 80, 169 Cornelius, Wendy J. 92, 166 Cowan, Jerry S. 158 Cowen, Bonnie L. 123 Cowin, Rickie Denise 79. 169 Cox. Terry 123 Craig. Carol 162 Craig. Gail 123 Craig. Evelyn Rita 158 Craig. Geraldine K. 167 Craig, Joy 167 Grain, Bruce I. 154, 180, 191 Crane, Michael Alan 81, 84, 100, 160, 165 Cristol, Joanne Gail 161 Criz, Robert M. 101. 123. 180 Croft. Gene Sandra 80. 166 CuUoton. Karen D. 165 Curran. Bonnie 169 Curran, Donna Dale 123 Cutler. Arthur E. 156 Cutler, Judith Susan 169 Cutrone, Jack J. 159 Dachman, Alan Jay 78, 164, 193 Dahl, James Marvin 88, 156, 182 Dalen, Robert John 169, 193 Damkjer, Donna Lee 123 Danzinger, Stuart L. 159 Darsch, Catherine M. 1 24 D ' Ascanio, Ida Jean 124 Daskovsky, David Lee 168, 169 Dassinger, Richard L. 169, 184 David. Myma Ann 80. 91. 168. 169 Davidove. Donna Gail 1 5 5 Davidson, Joan Merle 163 Davis, Charles Bruce 165 Davis, Donna Edythe 169 Davis, Gary Alan 88, 154 Davis, Gary Allen 165 Davis. Gloria Mary 97. 173 Davis. Pamela Jean 168, 175 Davis, Robert Joseph 92. 155 Davis. Susan Kay 156 Davis. Virginia M. 118, 124 Dean, Kalhryn Ann 164 Dean, Spencer Harry 100. 169. 191 DeCicco. Tom Edward 17 3. 189 Decker. Catherine I. 169 Decker. Patrick H. 124 Dedauw. Carole Jean 161 Dedauw. Patricia L. 153 Dcdekind. Karen J. 124 Dedes. John Peter 17 3. 184 Dehmlow, Genie 124 Dehmlow,Jill 169 Dclfs, Carol Mary 169 Dclon, Ronald 124. 191 Delugach, Steve Paul 173 Demas, Frank Louis 155 Demas. William L. 124 Dcmcduc, Deborah S. 101. 169 DcmcU. James Dale 166 Demoss. Deborah Jo 100, 165 Dempsey, Thomas Mike 100, 173. 191 Dennis, Joyce Lynn 163 Denovi, Frank L. 173 Der Avedisian, Robt. 124 Derdigcr. Jan Alan 164 Dc Rudder. Jerome P. 90. 1 24 Dervishian. James E. 159 Deters. Roy Elliot 163 Dellow.John 159 Deutch. Sharon D. 124 Diamond. Fred M. 81. 88. 124 Dick. Carol Lynne 79 Dickert.Jack Howard 166 Didier. Linda L. 124 Di Salvo, Allan John 124 Dobbs, Kenneth P. 1 24 Dob row, Mark Jeffrey 161 Doczekalski. Jerome 166 Domenella. Bruce R. 165 Domenella, Lina M. 1 24 Donnelly. James W. 77, 161 Doppelt. Samuel H. 78. 124 Doppelt, Sharon R. 99, 162 Douglas, David J. 68. 92, 161, 193 Downing, Lawrence A. 83, 173 Dresden. Janice K. 173 Drew, Susan Roleen 173 Drews, Donna L. 68, 97. 124 Dubas, Cynthia 74. 80. 90, 175 Dubinsky, Allan W. 173 Dubow, Jeffrey 92, 165 Duchane, Robert 124 Duebner, Donna Diane 91, 173 Duffey, Patrida M. 124 Dunn, John Lee 163 Dunster, Kimberly A. 67. 152, 157 Dworkin, Marsha 1 24 Dziordzlk, Geraldine 173 Eadon, John Edward 79, 166 Eadon, Thomas Milton 79, 161 Eaion, Nancy Udell 173 Eaves, Allison, 1 25 Eckart, Alexa Wray91, 173 Edwards, Bruce E. 125 Edwards, Roger E. 165 Edwin, Denise M. 162 Egel, Carol Sharon 79, 81. 161 Ehrhardl. Fred Craig 167 Eickhoff. Richard P. 79. 173 Eisenberg. Deborah H. 159 Eisenberg, Michael J. 165. 189 Eisenhammer. Stanley 79. 100. 158 Ekslcin. Esther 68. 159 Elardc. James N. 161, 189 Elarde. Lenorc 1 7 3 Elden. Karen Sue 80. 100. 167 Elesh. Linda Sue 167 Elesh, l trida Ann 161 Elias. Gilbert 157 Elias. Mark 83. 86.87. 157 EUew. Barbara Lynn 1 54 Ellis. DarrylJ. 125 Ellis. Janice Caryn 154 Ellyne, Mark Jay 166. 194 Endlcott. Larry 1 7 3 Endrc. Dan Pete 173 Endre. Margie May 155 Engebrelson. Jon P 88. 161 English, Michael J. 173. 184 English, Robert F. 125. 182 Ennes. Terrencc G. 162 Entman. Bari Lee 74. 79. 156 Epstein. Francine L. 125 Epstein, Jill Linda 68, 153 Epstein. Joseph A. 160. 161 Epstein, Lynne 1 5 3 Epstein. Martin J. 173 Epstein. Phyllis A. 163 Epstein. Robert G. 175. 191 Epstein, Tobi E. 125 Erdman, Jay Alan 67, 84, 167 Erfer, Bruce 125 Erickson. Cheryl A. 163 Erickson, Louise M. 157 Erickson, Robert J. 162 Index ErmUio, Janice M. 68, 71, 125 Ermilio, Ralph Louis 92, 167 Ernt, William D. 101, 125, 180 Esposito, Paschal R. 125 Esterman, David J. 125 Ettinger, Elise M. 162 Evans, Neil Richard 159 Evens, Linda Ann 162 Evensen, Robin Ann 97, 155 Fabbro, Vivian Rose 71, 74, 125 Pagan, Joseph L. 1 54 Fanaras, Christopher 92, 125 Fanaras, Maria S. 168 Faraci, Linda Jean 125 Farber, Susan Donna 173 Fauber, Melissa 173 Fearn, Arnold F. 125 Feigenbaum, Adrienne 118, 125 Feilen, Joseph Douglas 173 Feinberg, Ellen B. 74. 125 Feinglass, Sharon D. 173 Feingold, Susan P. 101, 153 Feiss, Barbara Ann 173 Feldman, Eileen T. 125 Feldpausch, Jack 94, 1 25 Fenchel, Roberta J. 173 Fenton, Alva Lee 173 Fergus, John Patrick 173 Ferina, Vincent H. 125 Fergus, James 165 Ficho, Thomas W. 161, 195 Filko, Brent 173 Filko, Gary Scott 125 Fillichio, Anthony 126 Fine, Bebe 80, 173 Fink, Ellen Marie 31, 158 Fink, Robert William 154, 182 Fink, William Robert 162 Finnerman, Philip B. 159 Firmiss, Philip Eric 156 Fischer, Adrienne 157 Fischer, Paul S. 126 Fish, David Justen 173, 184 Fish, Robert B. 167 Fisher, Gail Mae 82, 88, 92, 158 Fisher, Jo Anne 1 26 Fisher, Laurey 167 Fisher, Murray K. 95, 174, 184, 193 Flammang, Howard S. 162 Flammini, Carolee 159 Flammini, Lynn Ellen 82, 100, 155 Flammini, Nancy D. 174 Flasch, Bonita Gail 92, 162 Flasch, Norman R. 126 Fleishman, Barry M. 100, 167, 191 Fleischman, Jerry E. 78, 126 Fleishman, Marcie J. 126 Flink, Edward A. 126 Flink, John Evert 164, 189 Flitner, David G. 68, 174, 184, 189 Flodin, Ralph Carl 81, 84, 88, 157 Floyd, Steven 155. 182 Footitt, Richard A. 158 Foreman, Jack Andrew 154 Forman, Leigh L. 155 Forman, Marc Stewart 75, 163 Forst, Laura 25, 74, 156 Fortman, Christine M. 78, 174 Fortman, Nancy 78, 162 Fortuna, Nicholas 126 Fortunate, Gayle C. 174 Fortunato, Nikki D. 126 Fortunato, Susan C. 155 Foster, David T. 1 26 Foster Gregory H. 1 26 Foster, Joanne E. 66, 71, 126 Foster, Scott Rydin 92, 174 Fox, Lynn Rae 126 Frank, Barry M. 126 Franks, George J. 126 Franks, Sunnie Lynn 165 Fray, Karin L. 1 26 Frazin, Betty S. 152, 159 Frazin, Maria Joy 67, 79, 174 Freda, Dina Ann 161 Freda, Gerald P. 92, 95, 160, 163 Fredrickson, Andrew 95, 174, 184 Fredson, Michelle I. 98, 1 26 Freed, Ellyn Lu 1 26 Freedman, Brenna S. 25, 86, 96, 155 French, Carol Ann 82, 88, 15 3 Freschke, Alice Ann 79, 163 Freud, Edward Peter 166 Friduss, Judith Sue 79, 163 Fried, David Shane 81, 83, 174 Fried, Judith Fern 67, 171 Fried, Miriam G. 71, 79, 126 Frieden, Laura Lee 174 Frieden, Terry E. 1 26 Friedewald, Mary L. 158 Friedewald, Thomas 158 Friedkin, Jo Ann J. 1 74 Friedman, Arthur H. 1 26 Friedman, Charles E. 153, 192 Friedman, Diane 85, 88, 89, 127 Friedman, Geri Sue 163 Friedman, James Alan 174, 191 Friedman, Linda Lee 165 Friedman, Sheldon, 171 Frisk, Susan Nina 96, 127 Frit2, George H. 127 Frit2, Lianne K. 164 Frohberg, Nancy S. 95, 174 Fryksdale, Karen N. 74, 78, 156 Fuchs, Linda Carol 174 Furey, Michelle 174 Futransky, Steven M. 174 Fydrych, Ida M. 78, 86, 159 Fung, Matthew Ken 68, 167, 193 Gabel, Mary B. 156 Gagne, Henry James 127 Galanis, James M. 78, 174 Gale, Marsha Anne 96, 100, 101 Galfano, Camille I. 166 Galowitch, Pamela D. 1 64 Gan, Ronald Louis 174 Gans, Paul Michael 174, 184, 189 Garcia, Mary Lynn 1 74 Garen, Kenneth Bruce 127, 180 Garlin, Barry R. 127 Garoon, Glenn 80, 161 Gassel, Garry Steven 95, 174 Gassman, Rita Jay 74, 96, 159 Gates, Douglas L. 165 Gaule, Donald Lee 1 74 Gauthier, Richard D. 88, 161 Gaynon, Paul Samuel 157 Geist, David Michael 154 Gelfand, Barry Scott 101. 159, 192 Geller, MarUn 1. 25, 92, 157 Geni, Lawrence Ryan 92, 93, 156 Gerber, Bruce Steven 15 3, 194 Germain, Judith A. 74, 127 Gerow, Alan Gilbert 127 Gershun, Linda E. 1 27 Gervais. Dave P. 174, 195 Gervais, Michael J. 161, 193 Gertenrich, Robert 127 Getchius, Kathleen M. 157 GiaconeJ. Leonard 174, 195 Gianola, Robert V. 184 Gigstad, Craig Ed 174, 189 Gilbert, Barry Lee 84, 86, 87, 127 Gilbert, Elynne S. 97, 100, 166 Gilbert, Susan 64, 72, 118, 127 Gilford, Paul R. 171, 195 Gill, Raymond Joseph 92, 94, 15 3 Gillespie, PhiUip A. 159, 188 Gilluly, John Kevin 100, 152, 154, Gilman, Janis AUyn 158 Ginter, Karen Lois 88, 92, 161 Glade, Cathy L. 127 Glantz.Joel Howard 100. 154, 191 Glasgow, Deborah Kay 79, 174 Glass, Celeste E. 1 74 Glassberg, Budd S. 171 Glassberg, Joan B. 64, 127 Glatt, David L. 193 Glick, Joyce Debra 79, 168, 174 Glick, Sheri Anne 74, 15 2, 156 Glickman, Monica Sue 65, 88, 89, 161 Glines, Patricia J. 174 Glubok, Carolyn 79, 171 Godemann, Nancy Lee 167 Goetz, Elizabeth 88, 159 Goetzke, Bormie Jean 161 Golbus, Renee M. 80, 99, 171 Gold, Barry 2127, 195 Gold, Charles G. 171, 193 Gold, Claire Ellen 157 Gold, John Howard 1 27 Gold, Judith Maxine 85, 127 Gold Karen Sue 159 Gold, Michael Aleck 81, 169 Gold, Michele R. 127 Gold, Penny E. 174 Goldberg, Alan J. 163 Goldberg, Ann B. 166 Goldberg, Bobbi Lynn 80, l6l Goldberg, Edrea S. 25, 88, 89, 159 Goldberg, Gary N. 162, 193 Goldberg, Harlan F. 127, 191 Goldberg, Mark Alan 78, 171 Goldberg, Mark David 1 74 Goldberg, Neal 155 Goldberg, Susan L. 88, 89, 127 Goldenberg, Laura L. 97, 100, 101, 171 Goldenberg, Robert 100, 167, 191, 193 Goldenberg, Sondra F. 169 Goldfars, IrisD. 128 Goldfus, Harold D. 161 Goldman, IleneJ. 118, 128 Goldman, Janet Alynn 86, 171 Goldman, Janice Joy 80, 84, 167 Goldman, Steven M. 163 182 Goldner, Donna 30, 84, 128 Goldner, Sharon 80, 91, 171 Goldstandt, James 128 Goldstein, Barry S. 164 Goldstein, Craig 171 Goldstein, Elyse, 71, 128 Goldstein, Mark L. 128 Goldstein, Maria Ann 165 Goldstone, Celeste M. 171 Gomberg, Nancy A. 67, 92, 94 95, 171 Goode, Susan Phyllis 171 Goodman, Barbara 171 Goodman, Lindsey Fay 171 Goodman, Nanette Sue 161 Goodman, Sandra H. 169 Gordon, Gary Lee 171 Gordon, Janice D. 65, 79, 81, 84, 160, 163 Gordon, Jonathan Ben 79, 84, 161 Gordon, Lane 79, 163 Gordon, Luke 169 Gordon, Murray Lee 78, 92, 93, 158 Gordon, Robert T. 79, 81, 84, 166 Gordon, Yale Michael 79 Goren, Gail S. 1 28 Gorgosz, Gregory E. 29 Gorman, Brent Ellis 155 Gorman, Lesley Anne 171 Gornstein, Shaya 97, 128 Gorski, Peggy Joan 156 Gottfred, Robert B. 162, 193 GottUeb, Janet M. 162 Goundas, Christine 80, 128, 171 Goundas, Rita 71 128 Graessle, Charles A. 15 5 Graff, Jeffrey D. 76, 128 Graham, Janice L. 64, 67, 92, 160, 165 Graham, Lynne Ruth 64, 67, 12 8 Grauman, Nancy Ellen 78, 97, 101, 128 Grayson, Lea Anne 160, 167 Grayson, Warren B. 168, 171, 189 Green, Lawrence A. 164, 193 Green, Linden R. 164 Greenberg, Albert B. 166 Greenberg, EUiot L. 192 Greenberg, Jeffrey S. 152, 154 Greenberg, Joyce S. 67, 167 Greene, Carin Sue 153 Greene, Debra Susan 90, 163 Greenspan, David 171 Greenspan, Robert 159, 182, 192 Greenfield, Linda J. 171 Greenfield, Richard 128 Greenman, Herbert A. 20, 68, 128 Greenman, Steven B. 1 18, 128 Greenenwald, William 155 Index Gregory, Sandra Lynn 92. 167 Grejbowski, Michael 78, I7I, 184, 189 Griffin, William 155 Grim, Stana Ann 15 3 Grobman, Carol Lynn 80, 158 Grochocinski, Darlen 171 Groh, Gary L. 15 3 Grossman, Barry Gene 128 Grossman, Susan D. 80, 169 Grow, Douglas 155 Guenther, James 184, 193 Guenther, Ellen L. 128 Guenther, Gary Louis 161 Guenther, Joan Ellen 91, 171 Guess. Dennis C. 128 Gundlach, Gary Wm. 95. Ill, 171 Gumpert, Barbara C. 169 Gurion, Henry Baruch 78, 169 Gurrentz, Lynne Beth 169 Gussis, Alan H. 165 Gussis, Lloyd E. 73. 128. 186, 187 Guth, Gregory James 157 Gutschick, Robert R. 163 Gutsmiedl, Bob 128 Gyure, Clark B. 162 Hack, Leonard W. 169 Hack. Thomas Gerald 29. 15 3 Hackin. Arthur 92. 94. 154 Haffner, Martha Jean 88, 89, 161 Hagemann, Diane Lynn 166 Hagen, John Frank 162 Hagimihalis, Maria 154 Hajduk, Christine 74, 128 Hallman, Barbara A 129 Kallmann, Bruce W. 169 Halpem, RitaL. 129 Halpert, Syril Lynn 166 Halteman, Deborah L. 67, 80. 82. 89, 90. Halverson. Earl F. 92. 156 Hammond. Rosemarie 157 Hand. Brian Robert 156, 182 Hanks. Monroe James 165 Hanlon. Ronald Dwyer 159 Hansen. Sheryl 67. 92. 166 Hanson. John R. 129 Hanstrom. Thomas D. 129. 182 Hara. Steven S. 159 Haring. Craig Robert 169, 191 Harms, Eileen I. 97, 100. 101. 129 Harmsen. Kurt W. 164 Harrer. William 129 Harrington, Laurie C. 169 Harrington, Linda C. 169 Harris, Gaye K. 129 Harris, Jane Sydney 161 Harris, Janis L. 129 Harris, Mark R. 129 Harris, Patricia Y. 162 Harrison, Jack A, 157, 193 Harrman, Penny 169 Hartenfeld, Nancy L. 154 Hartman. Howard R. 101, 129 Hartman. Lona A. 88, 89, 92, 129 Harvis, Martha S. 118, 129 Hasenberg, Larry E. 81. 83, 84, 163 Hausman, Michael A. 169 Hawkins, Janice M. 100, 169 Hawkins, John Albert 92, 162 Hayes, Thomas L. 129 Hayncs. Kathy J. 169 Heben. Shirley 129 Heftman. Lila Sue 74, 82 Hehn, Cheryl Lynn 1 29 Hehn. Sunley, Allen 169 Hehn, Steven Ronald 154 Heilbron, David S. 73, 153 Heine, William 84, 155 Heinrich, Edward N. 75, 92, 162 Heitman, Kathryn M. 166 Helford, Lynne Meryl 165 Helford. Paul Q. 72, 118, 129 Helland, Suclcn 80, 162 Hclander, Lynn P. 97, 156, 169 Heller, Richard H. 88, 129 Helmers, Ronald L. 166 Hemmelstein, Marcie 160, 165 Henkel, Pamela L. 162 Henning, James 153 Henrichs, Donna Jean 153 Henrickson. Charles li9 Henricks. Robert A. 193 Hepburn, Sandra Sue 74, 1 29 Herbert, William T. 166, 189 Herbstman, Arnold 154 Herdrich, ' Wilhelmina 91, 167 Herrmann, Ronald L. 129 Hertzberg, Joan F. 164 Heuberger, Diane L. 1 29 Heuberger, Michael A. 159 Hidaka, Candyce E. 78, 92, 1 30 Higus, Deborah Lynn 95, 169 Hilbert, Michael J. 130 Hildebrandt, Ed 130 Hill, Sharon Jean 164 Hill, Terrie Sue 91. 169 Hinkle, Alan R. 101, 130 Hirsch, Barbara Ann 162 Hirsch, Bernard 78, 87, 155 Hirsch, Donna Joy 157 Hirsch, Edward Mark 169, 184, 189 Hirsch, Irwin Alan 175 Hirsch, Jeffrey Lee 167 Hirshman, Gary 77, 81, 166 Hirschtick, Daniel 73,101,154,180,181, Hirschtick, Susan K. 160, 167 Hite, Maria Lee 90, 158 Hoch, Leo N. 64, 68, 86, 1 30 Hoelbl, Carol Chris 163 Hoff, Linda Marie 84, 97, 155 Hoffberg, Josephine 86, 96, 113, 130 164Hofibcrg, Wayne Roy 156 Ho2berg, Wendy M. 15 3 Hofiing, Ellen L. 1 30 Hoffman. Charles Jay 155 Hoffman, Janice L. 78, 163 Hogan, Chris J. 95, 161 Hoglund, Janet A. 71, 4, 130 Holder, Larry Alan 163 Holmboe, Roy Stewart 75, 92, 162 Holtzman, Fred L. 79, 81, 167 Honeman, Edward J. 159, 180 Honnet, Charles Owen 68, 91, 169 Hook, Carol Lynn 1 30 Hook, Larry Lee 77, 100, 169, 191 Hoppe, Linda Louise 166 Horan, Gerald M. 88, 161 Hor n, Gerald F. 169 Hornthal, Philipp R. 168. 169 Horvat. Gary George 92, 167 Horwit2, Judd Robert 79, 84, 162 Horwitz, Mark Joel 80, 81, 169 Horwilz, Phyllis Ann 161 Horwitz, Sheryl Ann 169 Horwitz, Steven D. 21. 78. 81. 130 Howard. Allan 1 50 Hullison. Dawn E, 169 Huels. Dennis H. 158 Huels. John Brian 153 Humphrey. Brian C. 169 Husar. Robert A. 165 Huster. Barbara L. 97. 166 Huster. Juliann M. 74. 154 Hyman, Angela 1 5 7 Hymes, Rhonda Sue 80, 91, 169 lUian, Barbara Jean 74, 86. 87, 100. 1 If Imhof. Carol Ann 96. 159 Imhof. Paul C. 100, 169, 191 Immergluck. Rona 71. 72, 75, 130 Isaacs, Melinda Sue 152 Issacson, Barbara S. 169 Issaacson, Robert P. 76. 1 30 Isaacson, Susan Lee 163 Isoe, Linda Diana 162 Isoe. Mitchell Alan 169. 189 Iverson. Karen Marie 169 Iverson. Lana 1 30 Iverson. William O. 78, 81, 169 Izbicky, Judith Rae 157 Izbicky, Michael J. 78, 130 Jackson, Richard D. 164 Jacob, Susan B. 78, 88 Jacobs, Eugene 73, 78, 118, 130 Jacobs, Laurie Alan 167 Jacobson. Barbara J. 169 Jacobson. David Lee 88 Jacobson, Christine 170 Jacobson, Janis Rae 67, 157 Jacobson, Mark Lynn 164 Jaeger, Helen 165 Jaeger, Joseph 80, 164 Jaeger, Thomas W. 163 Jaggel, Judith Gail 67. 155 Jahnke. Beverly M. 161 Jankowski. Richard 166. 189 Janse. Gloria Jo 88, 157 Jaster, Jeff 153 Jennclten, Steve C. 167 Jennings, Michael F. 68, 169 Jensen, Betty Carol 92. 100. 164 Jensen, Hclle 68, 71, 74,97, 130 Jesse, Dennis John 159 Jobst, Don George 118, 1 30 Jobes, Jon 164 Jobcs, Charles 30, 88, 1 30 Johnopolos, Debra C. 96, 169 Johnopolos, Patrick 166 Johnson, Barbara Ann 88, 89, 91, 100, 164 Johnson, Carolyn R. 95. 174 Johnson. Carolyn S. 20, 130 Johnson, Dennis C. 166 Johnson. Joellcn Joy 91, 1 70 Johnson. John R. 88, 100, 156 Johnson, Karen C. 95, 97, 171 Johnson, Marcia L. 101, 161 Johnson, Mary B. 169 Johnson, Ralph Parke 157 Johnson. Raymond K. 161 Johnson, Richard 131 Johnson, Robt. Gene 131 Johnson, Robert A. 154 Johnson, Roger Brent 77, 101. 165 Johnson. Ronald K. 77. 101. 166 Johnson. Sandra Kay 74. 92. 163 Johnson, Thomas L. 169 Jones, Mary 1 58 Jordan, Eunice L. 1 51 Joslyn. Janet Marie 169 Jung, Wayne D . 1 5 1 Kacin, Christie Lee 161 Kahan, Charles S. 68, 86, 88, 161 Kahn, Jay Vernon 91. 168. 169 Kahn, Paula 160. 162 Kalmis. Gail M. 74, 151 Kaluzna, Janet Lynn 86, 169 Kaluzna. Scott Alan 68, 101, 131 Kamhi, Sherry R. 131 Kaminsky, Ellen F. 151 Kandell, Annette 152, 155 Kane. Ruth Lynn 131 Kane. Terrell 15 3 Kanter. Lynn R. 1 3 1 Kantor, Jeri Ellen 79. 86. 169 Kaplan. Arlene T. 86. 131 Kaplan. Earl L. 84. 155 Kaplan. Eileen A. 164 Kaplan. Jay M. 21.81, 131 Kaplan. Larry Steven 80. 84. 169 Kaplan, Mark I. 153 Kaplan. Richard D. 165 Kaplan, Robert David 1 70 Kaplan. Ross Ira 165 Kapuscinski, Gerald 164 Karas, Craig Robert 169 Karch, Nancy J. 67,68, 131 Karel. Donald M. 91 Karl, Richard J. 131 Karlesky, Dolores M. 165 Karlcsky, Roger 131 Karlesky. Virginia 154 Karlin. Beth Lynn 161 Karlos, Dean Peter 169 Karlov, Martin Lee 163 Karp, Ralph Floyd 19. 95, 169 Karr, Thomas John 76, 79,81,84. 164 Karson, Evelyn M. 80. 169 Katsoolias. Estathia 169 Katsoulis. Thomas J. 151. 159 Kau. BelhM. 96. 131 Katz, Deborah Ann 169 Kalz, Howard Michael 68, 73, 100, 156. 191 Katz, Robert Sanford 73, 78, 100, 101. 159, 191 Katz, Rondajoy 84. 175 Kau. Ivy Rae 80. 167 Kau. Sherric P. 7 1 . 74. 1 18. 1 3 1 Index Kat2, Stuart Marc 87. 92, 163 Katznelson, Craig S. 156 Katznelson, Terri G. 159 Kaufer, Stuart David 79, 165 Kaufman, Galce C. 82, 90, 167 Kaufman, Andrea S. 151 Kaufman, Floyd 170 Kaufman, Susan 161 Kauffman, Alan 169 Kauffman, Nancy L. 74, 77. 78, 155 Kaufman, Bruce H. 78, 157, 191 Kaufman, Robert H. 154 Kazelak, Robert E. 156 Keene, Ivy Sheryle 15 3 Keeshin, Roxy 169 Keith, Bruce K. 131, 163 Keker, Linda Irene 79, 155 Keller. Joseph P. 158 Keller, Norman Lee 95, 169 Kelly, Agnes Ann 170 Kelter. Roberta j. 131 Keltsch, Bernhard E. 132 Kemnitz, James Craig 83 Kempf, Stephen W. 92, 157 Keppen, Barbara Lynn 92, 169 Kerman, Janice 154 Keuper, Arlene Ann 78, 101, 132 Kierstein, Rosemary 132 Kihlberg, Valerie B. 139 Kihlberg, Vicki B. 153 Kilcullen, Shirley A. 132 Killackey, Mary Ann 156 Killey, Lyle Sanford 88, 101, 139, 180, Killey, Maurice E. 83, 170 Kimura, Stanley T. 84, 166 Kintzel. Dennis W. 101,132 Kipnis, Ellen Hollis 99. 169 Kipnis, Mark S. 68, 71, 113. 132 Kirke, James David 75, 81, 92, 93, 161 Kirke, Judith 80, 170 Kirke, Thomas 76,95. 153 Kirshman, Michele D. 132 Kirste, Donald Henry 166, 170, 193 Kirstein, Roberta E. 86. 170 Kite. Shelley E. 170 Kitz, Marjorie Ann 74, 79, 1 58 Kitzing, Donna Marie 170 Klann, Sharon Rose 155 Klatch, Linda Beth 132 Klatch. Steven M. 67, 170 Klaveter, Joan Lee 98. 132 Klaveter, Kenneth 153 Kleiman, Gary Alan 81. 83. 162 Klein, Christine A. 161 Klein, Jerrilyn S. 84, 86, 170 Klein, Judith A. 162 Klein, Mike Scott 15 2, 153 Kleinzweig, Regina 167 Klemm, Christine M. 170 Kletnick, Robert A. 80, 1 32 Kling, Thomas Carl 170 Klingberg, Joan F. 170 Klopp, Gary David 75. 166 KJuegcl, Barbara J. 166 Kluge, Donna Lynn 159 Klyman. Richard A. 156, 192 Knochelmann, Nancy 96, 1 32 Knutson, Paul Wayne 157 Koch, James Raymond 170 Koch, Richard H. 132 Koehler, Deborah Ann 86, 88, 89, 159 Koenig, Leonard S. 80. 1 32 Koenig, Steven Mark 167. 193 Kohl, Robert Steven 170 Kolakowski. Judy C. 132 Kolodny, Linda Ellen 161 Kolodzik, Gary W. 75, l6l Koniecki, Deborah R. 159 Kontek, James 161 Koprinik, Christine 170 Koppman, Ronald Gary 161 188 Koprinik, Dale L. 132 Koral, Kimberly K. 77, 155 Koran, Louiseite A. 95, 155 Koran, Richard Anton 161 Korn, Cheri M. 170 Kornbluth, David A. 157 Kornelly, James S. 95, 167 Kotin, Suzanne Nancy 86, 164 Kouba, Leslie Ellen 165 Kovac. Ruth Ann 82, 163 Kovalsky, Adrian 86, 134 Kowitt. Justin S. 132 Kozdron, Ellen Marie 163 Kozdron, Kenneth E. 136 Koziol, Charles J. 73, 132, 192 Koziol. Joseph C. 170, 193 Koznarski, William C. 15 3 Kraemer. Charles C. 132 Kraemer, Jean Ann 97, 135 Kramer, John Edward 91, 170. 184 Kramer, Randall C. 161, 189 Kramer, Stephen Saul 157 Kranz, Carol A. 74, 132 Kr sner, Lawrence H. 78, 163 Krasner, Robert 132 Kraus, Richard W. 87, 95, 170 Krause, IlaJ. 68, 71, 132 Krause, Kenneth E. 162, 193 Kraus, James Robert 159 Kreegier, Kathleen 77, 155 Kreiter, Fredric 72, 101, 133, 180, 181, 186, 187 Kreiter, Marc Steven 91, 168 Kreiter, Mitchell D. 158 Kretschmar, Edward A. 170, 193 Kristof, James Grant 1 58 Krok, Theodore M. 170 Krok, Darlene Ann 163 KroUk, Daniel Gary 162 Kroll, Daniel Frank 1 5 3 Kromelow, Susan Dale 65, 153 Krone, Karyn Sue 98, 154 Krone, Susan Rae 79, 156 Krueger, Corrine Ann 91, 170 Krueger, Karen Ann 175 Krupnick, Michael I. 133 Krupnick, Susan B. 166 Kruschka, Robert R. 133 Kudla. Linda Mary 92. 97. 159 Kuhn, Barbara Louise 78. 133 Kuhn, Beverly Ann 78, 82, 161 Kunce, Peggy Ann 161 Kurlan. Joan Debra 165 Kurlan, Marcia L. 133 Kurr, Anthony John 161 Lafond. James 154 Lambert, Penny M. 118,133 Lamberty. Maureen P. 80, 89. 90, 164 Landberg, Judith Ann 167 Lande, Steven E. 166 Landes, Nancy Grace 171 Landsman. Rhonda S. 163 Landy, Jill Adrianne 171 Lang, Carol Susan 80, 90, 163 Lange, John Harvey 87, 154 Lange, Patricia 164 Lange, Reinhardt J. 15 3 Lange, Richard E. 100, 170, 191 Lange, Robert F. 133 Langner, Reinhard H. 135 Lansman, Robert 161 Lapins, Andrea P. 68, 90, 166 Lappa, James 133 Larosa, Sandra R. 171 La Roussa. Robert M. 1 3 3 Laroy, Gerald A. 1 33 Larson, Kenneth M. 1 33 Larson, Robert R. 171, 184 Lash, Lesh 165 Laskov, Michael S. 13 5 Lasky, Howard E. 195 Lasser. Shelley 83, 133 Lauer, Michael H. 83. 164 Lauerman, Christell 133 Laughlin, James T. 157 Laughlin, Pamela S. 171 Lauritzen, Paul F. 171 Lavin, Jonathan F. 78, 154, 180 Lawrence, Linda Fern 86, 90, 153 Layfer, Lawrence F. 171, 189 Lazar, Debbie Joy 112, 167 Leal, Ann L. 91, 171 Leapley, Diana Carol 74, 82, 92, 97. 159 Leavitt, Andrea R. 80, 9 1 . 1 68, 1 7 1 Leavitt, Ira David 155 Leavitt. Kerry Lee 95. 172 Leavitt, Robert W. 167 Leavitt. William F. 73, 158 Lebovitz, Helen Sue 86, 171 Leek, Elaine Louise 133 Le Due. Jim Louis 133 Lee, Debbie Sue 78, 171 Lee, Richard Alan 165. 192 Lee, Robert B. 101, 166 Lee, Sherie Helene 160. 162 Lees, James J. 133 Lees, Richard L. 15 3, 194 Le Fevre, Dennis J. 1 33 Lefkovitz, Allen A. 171 Lehr, Jackie Maureen 158 Leick, Sue F. 71,79, 133 Leimontas, Suzanne 171 Lein, Karen Judy 133 Lemke, Gayle Lynn 134 Lemke, Wayne 157 Lenell, Meredith 71, 80, 86, 133 Lenzen, Cheryl D. 67, 162 Lenzen, Glenn H. Jr. 1 34 Lepp, Linda Carol 82, 167 Leptich, Jeffery R. 1 34 Lerman, Helen Susan 78, 156 Lerner, Henry 68, 73, 157, 188 Lerner, Mitchell A. 79, 171 Lerner, Sue 78, 134, 139 Levin, Barry 171 Levin, Charles H. 68, 101, 161, 180, 192 Levin, Helen T. 79, 157 Levin, Judy S. 1 34 Levin, Lee Samuel 83, 91, 175 Levin, Linda Maxine 67, 81, 86, 88, 89, 167 Levin, Richard 101, 154, 191 Levin, Robert E. 72, 100, 101, 118, 134, 180, 186, 187 Levin, Stephen M. 172, 184 Levine, David Jay 160, 167 Levine, Michael J. 134 Levy, Diane 80, 86, 1 18, 1 34 Levy, John Douglas 95 Lewin, Maria Dale 15 3 Lewis, Susan E. 79, 152, 155 Lewis, Terry Jean 157 Lewkowicz, Linda 169 Liano, Anthony D. 1 34 Liberman, Debra Ann 67, 171 Liberti, Samuel J. 154, 182 Licastro, Larry A. 163 Lichtenstein, Susan 133 Lidberg, Susan Marie 171 Lieberman, Ebba Joy 172 Lieberman, Mark C. 161 Lieberman, Paula R. 157 Lieberman, Rita D. 134 Lieberman, Sharon S. 82, 86, 90. 161 Liesse. Cherie Julia 74, 80, 90, 97, 155 Lifshitz, Alan R. 83, 84, 171 Lindahl, David James 158 Lindberg, Martha N. 71, 79, 134 Lindemann, Peggy Ann 1 5 3 Linder, Charles E. 134 Lindt, Douglas Anton 92, 154 Linick, Michael Dale 158 Linn, Edward Arthur 162 Linn, Edward Sheldon 160, 167 Lipschultz, Susan F. 171 Lisman, Gayle Celia 171 Liss, Steven Mark 75 Lloyd, Linda Carol 86, 154 Lloyd, Patricia 157 Lloyd, Susan Marie 171 Lockwood, Gail Lynne 156 Logan, Robert Hugh 171 Loew, Douglas Mark 75 Lome, David 133, 182 Lood, Brent Douglas 158 Lood, Linda 1 34 Lome, Lewis 161 Loundy, Jill Karen 159 Lowen, Deborah Ann 171 Lowen, Kathleen F. 172 Loynd, Donna J. 134 Luber, Daniel Nathan 80, 159, 192 Luber, Joan Michelle 172 Lucary, Gary F. 134 Index Lucas, Sandra Carol 88, 89. 158 Luckenback, Lita M. 161 Lukowich, Lynn Ann 155 Lundgren, Robert R. 157 Lundgren, Virginia L. 97 Lundie, Karen Ann 172 Lundquisi, Barbara 134 Luscombe, Jack D. Jr. 156 Luscombc, Kurt 95, 171. 184, 189 Lustig, Alynne Jan 161 Lynch, Elizabeth A. 90, 91, 156 Lynch, Robert Howard 101, 154, 180, 192 Lynn, Craig A. 171, 195 Lyon, Daniel Roger 156. 182 Lyon, Gregory Dean 153 Lyon, Wendy Beth 163 McArdle. John E. 84, 1 34 McArdle, Pamela 82, 163 McAvoy, Daniel W. 161, 180 McCabe, Linda Jean 166 McCann, Sharon K. 134 McCracken, Mary Ann 1 34 McCracken, Richard 171, 193 McGvan, Jane A. 171 McMullen, Raejean 153 McMurray, John D. 159. 182 McNevin, Lauerance 171 McNinch. Linda K. 1 34 McQuaig, Kenneth L. 172 Maca, Christine 79, 134 Maclnnes, Cristy 8 2 Macek. Barbara Ann 159 Mader, Cheryl Jean 78, 90, 172 Mader, Sandra Kay 25, 78, 158 Madden, William R. 164 Magad, Pamela Sue 172 Magged, Beth Judy 172 Magner, Kathleen A. 1 34 Magnuson, Betty L. 1 35 Maher, Robert P. 172 Malone, Ronald James 29, 1 35 Maltz, Laura 88, 135 Mandell. Alan David 84. 172 Mangurten, Howard S. 153 Mann, Eileen Jill 167 Mann, Stewart Ralph 81. 172 Mann, Jay 175 Manna, Robert Frank 153, 194. 195 Marcheschi, Thomas A. 172 Margolin, Gayla 162 Margolis, Ronald B. 168, 172 Markin, Patrida Joy 112, 165 Marko. Frederic Earl 154 Marko, Ronald Louis 156 Marks, Jeffrey H. 172, 195 Marmitt, Margaret A. 172 Marsh, Mary E. 78, 90, 100, 165 Marshak, Dennis T. 81, 92. 162 Martin, Elizabeth L. 79, 160. 162 Martin. Sheri Lynn 67. 165 Martin. Shirley Lou 100, 172 Martindale, Michael 77. 160, 161. 193 Martorano, Anthony C. 88, 163 Martorano, Michael H. 1 35 Marz, Paula A. 65, 78, 101, 152, 156 Masaracchia, Philip 156 Masaracchia. Virgini 167 Masek. Eva Liya 1 35 Maslovitz. David Max 162 Massarsky, Esther S. 158 Massarsky, Pamela L. 172 Massey, Richard D. 80, 163 Masters. Tom R. 172 Mauyka. Robert 172 Matchen. Michael J. 164 Matthew. Kenneth S. 157 Matzkin. Caryla D. 172 Matzkin, Terry 73, 101, 135, 182 Maul, Roger 1 54 May, Andrew Geoffrey 159 Mazz, Maurice W. 1 35 Mead. Margaret Ann 135 Mech. James R. 167 Mechla, Catherine M. 79, 161 Medak, Joanne Marie 89, 92, 172 Medak, Ruth E. 78, 89, 1 35 Meenan, David Pat Meier, Linda Louise 78, 166 Meikle, Howard Craig 165 Meikle, Stewart Robert 158 Mciselman, Jack A. 75, 170 Melanson, Susan 170 Melin, Craig Neil 81, 83, 172 Melman, Bruce Paul 157 Menachof. Mera Sue 166 Menaker, Ellen Sue 71. 79, 135 Menconi, Roben P. 156 Mendelson, Donald L. 172 Menkin, Judith Ann 156 Merma, Carole Ann 74, 1 5 3 Menningen, Monte 135, 191 Mermel, Paul Steven 92, 184 Merriman, William G. 135 Messer, Lynn Carole 79, 101. 158 Messinger, Janet I. 170 Metnick, Bonnie Joy 164 Metrick. Sydni 86, 1 35 Metzler, Ronald A. 170. 184 Meyer, Elke 155 Meyer, Garry Joel 1 70 Meyer, Sharon L. 1 35 Meyer, Steven A. 1 35 Meyer, Thure 76, 161 Michael, Stephen C. 92, 153 Mielke, William D. 166 Mikula, Philip J. 135 Miles, Nancy Ellen 170 Milioto, Kathleen M. 161 Miller. Cheryl Allyn 80. 84, 86, 91, 170 Miller, Gerald H. 135 Miller, Lawrence E. 175 Miller, Marriann 158 Miller, Patricia Milner, Joan H. 166 Milncs, Richard 135 Milstein, Elynor M. 164 Minx. Paul Nick 170 Mirsky. Michael Alan I 35 Misrac. Simon 165, 189 Mits, Melody C. 92, 97. 135 Mits, Melon! 79, 158 Mohn, Robert E. 166 Moll, Nancy Patricia 170 Monitz, Marc L. 175 Moore, Carole 87, 15 3 Moore, Karen Anne 165 Moraces, Awilda 161 Morawski, Celeste A. 170 Morgan, John Phillip 168, 170 Moros, Peter Henry 159 Morris, Yvette 71, 135 Morten. James A. 101. 164. 180. 189 Moser. Bruce John 1 36 Moser, Keith John 1 36 Moss, Fern Toby 96, 160, 166 Moss, Murray Lee 86. 88. 166 Mossong. Karen Marie 163 Motykie, Camille Ann 74, 79. 154 Mueller. Keith R. 170 Mueller. Linda K. 100. 153 Mueller, Paul Jr. 161 Mueller, Robert J. 100. 101. 136, 192 Mulford, MelindaJ. 74, 157 Multan, Barbara E. 161 Murlas, Jonathan G. Murphy, David A. 78. 136. 186. 187 Murphy, John Richard 170 Muskat. Denis J. 166. 189 Muslin. Bruce M. 165. 193 Muth. Elaine A. 86. 88. 98. 104, 136 Nabolotny, Valeria H. 170 Nachbauer. Joann R. 77. 155 Nachbauer, Mary Lou 166 Nadler, Molly Sue 71, 88. 89. 1 36 Nachbauer. Thomas M. 170 Nardini. Catherine M. 167 Nathan. Jacqueline S. 170 Nathan. John Edward 163. 189 Nathan, Robert 156 Natkin, Karen Joy 86, 156 Ncdza, Glenn Russell 167 Neharl. Loral Mary 86. 170 Nciberg, Elaine R. 167 Nelson. David Lloyd 81. 92,93, 154 Nelson. Jill 98. 136 Nelson, Leslie A. 153 Nelson, Linnea Ann 88. 89, 155 Nelson. Penny A. 1 36 Nelson. Richard A. 154 Nelson. Stephen E. 170. 184 Nelson, Valerie Gail 91, 175 Nemanich, Janis Mary 155 Ncmanich. John G. 170, 184. 189 Netz, Judith Ann 9 1 , 1 70 Netzky, Joanne 64. 69, 86. 114. 153 Neubauer, David K. 76, 92. 94, 162 Neumann, Joann E. 163 Neumann, Karin Sue 136 Neumann, Ijwrence H. 170 Neumann, Mark J. 91 Neuman, Barry Jay 1 5 3 Newman, Barbara L. 170 Newman. Betty A. 66. 1 36 Ncwmark, Jeffrey A. I 36 Newton, Diane F. 100, 136 Nichols, Richard G. 74. 170. 184 Niclas, Marcia June 78. 92, 1 36 Niclas, Valerie 167 Nicd. Ronald A. 15 3. 188 Nielsen. Robert S. 15 3. 188 Noddin, Bill David 1 36 Noddin, Lynne L. 154 Nogar. James E. 136. 186 Nolan. Terricllen 1 70 Nordeen. William H. 159 Norling. Marybcth 79. 91, 95, 170 Norling, Nancy Lou 1 36 Norman, Bruce Alan 166 Norris. Andrea Etu 79, 175 Nortell, Barbara E. 161 Norum. Arnold Steven 156, 182 Non, Patrida Lee 77, 157 Novak, Lana 1 36 Novak, Leila 175 Novak, Robert J. 154. 182 Novak, Sondra 136 Novak, Steve 78, 164, 191 Novoselsky, David 1 36 Novoselsky, Karen 1 36 Novotny, James R. 101, 136, 180, 192 Novotny. Robert John 165, 193 Nowicki. Frank J. 159 Nowoj, Joann Mary 158 Numrich. Richard E. 170, 189 Nusinow, Alan Ira 162, 195 Nybcrg. Tobi Esther 65. 67, 89, 90, 162 Nykiel, Marilyn Jean 162 Nykolayko, Ann L. 166 Oberrotman, Alan M. 84, 100, 170. 191 O ' Brien. Daniel S. 158 O ' Brien, Kathleen L. 82. 162 Odess, Richard P. 7 3, 79, 118, 137 Oleksy, Charles M. 81. 170 Oles. Daniel Edward 137 Olsberg. Adelc E. 137 Olsen. Shelley Lynne 80, 175 Olsher. Delia 80. 167 Olsen. Garnet Jean 74. 1 57 Olsen. Glen Alan 162 Olson. Arlenc Sue 165 Olson, Judith J. 173 Olson. Karen Lynn 99. 167 Olson, Nancy Jean 88. 156 Olson, Noreen R. 175 Olson, Ruth Ann 88. I 37 Omachel. Dennis M. 1 37 Omachcl. Kathleen F. 175 Omachel, Sharon J. 137 Omartin, Jackie W. 175 O ' Neill, John James 153 O ' Neill, Marguerite I 37 O ' Neill. Ruth Ellen 82. 162 O ' Neill, Sharon Ann 175 Opalka. iJnda Jean 91, 175 Oppice, Harold W. 167, 19} Oprea. David Mitchel 91. 175 Orlove. Roben A. 157 Otcarson, Mirtin C. 9), 173, 184 Index Osmolak, Dave Alan 175 Osney, Richard Dean 161 Ostbcrg, Linnea S. 175 Ostergaard, Joanne C. 82, 156 Ostermeier, Dorothy 137 Otten, Roberta Ann 78, 167 Overbeck, Kenneth C. 153 Owen, Richard P. 1 5 3 Owen, Martha E. 156 Paddor, Barry Alan 175 Pagni, Raymond L. 95, 175 Pahnke, Lorelee Ann 175 Pakier, Freida 65, 74, 79, 137 Palmer, Cynthia 79, 175 Palmer, Lesley Ann 175 Palmer, Mark H. 137 Palmer, Mark Leslie 155 Panouses, Chris Don 163, 193 Panouses, Hedy G. 175 Pantelakis, Cathy M. 84 Panzella, Stacy M. 157 Pappalardo, Vivian 175 Pappas, Dean Zenon 137 Papa, Annegret M. 1 37 Parker, Judith 156 Paulsen, Martin L. 1 37 Paulson, Nancy L. 1 37 Paulson, Robert W. 91, 175 Paus, Tom Lawrence 137 Pawlak, Sandra Lee 167 Payne, Dianne L. 161 Pearlman, Sheryl R. 80, 163 Pearson, Albert A. 167 Pearson, Patricia A. 173 Pearson, Robert H. 175 Pearson, William A. 159 Peat, Susan Rae 67, 175 Pedott, Betty Rose 137 Penner, Ardith B. 1 37 Pcntland, Jacquelyn 92, 93, 97, 166 Pepper, Michael 25, 78, 162, 180, 188 Perelman, Mark C. 175 Perlman, Jay Stuart 155 Perlman,Jill 161 Perlman, Linda S. 66, 71, 137 Perlow, Burton Fred 101, 163, 180, 189 Perlslein, Mitchell 165 Perr, Susan Ann 92, 93, 94, 113, 137 Persino, James V. 160, 161 Petacque, Susan W. 79, 138 Petacque, William S. 175 Peters, Carolyn F. 138 Peters, Ruth Ann 175 Peters, Stephen W. 138 Petersen, Karen R. 97, 138 Peterson, Arlette K. 97, 138 Peterson, Bonnie Gay 88, 89, 158 Peterson, Carl David 88, 168, 175 Peterson, Christophe 173 Peterson, Curtis R. 138 Peterson, Dana D. 1 38 Peterson, Edward M. 158 Peterson, Gale M. 169 Peterson, Jane L. 1 38 Peterson, Kay L. 89. 138 Peterson, Martin 15 3 Peterson, Nancy Jean 175 Peterson, Robert 154 Peterson, Robert D. 138 Peterson, Ronald R. 84, 156 Peterson, Sandra D. 96, 159 Petroske, Charlotte 138 Petroski, Marsha Ann 1 38 Pettinato, Anthony 163, 195 Petty, Donna L. 173 Peyrot, Gregory John 156 Phillippe, Diane C. 163 Phillips, Tephi T. 153 Pierce, Mark Robert 91, 173 Pierce, Sandra L. 1 38 Pine, Jay Nolan 166 Pinkwater. Stuart L. 164 Pitzele, Janis 158 Pitzer, Joann Marie 173 Pitzer, Scott John 138 Piwko, Kenneth Peter 162 Pizzolato, Michael 1 38 Place, Michael John 69, 92, 94, 157 Plante, Heidi Marie 138 Plice, Linda Noel 90, 158 Pliskin, Arlene C. 17 3 Pogofsky, Terry Jay 166 Pogue, Janet Lee 158 Pogue, Jesse Lee 91, 17 3 Pokvitis, Sandra L. 173 Polon, Jeffrey M. 101, 155, 180 PoUicc, Gina 1 38 Pontarelli, Michael 100, 161, 191 Porazinski, Linda 88, 97, 138 Porcaro, Janet L. 173 Porges, Lauren 157 Porter, Shellie C. 163 Portugal, Glenn Alan 156, 192 Porzycki, Monica Ann 157 Potkin, Jeffrey C. 169 Potkin, Ralph Terry 68, 1 38 Potoker, Robert D. 79, 167, 182 Prehnal, Linda Mae 74, 1 38 Preiss, Harriet L. 92,95, 153 Prim, Gary Robert 155, 182 Prindle, Richard T. 157 Pritikin, Debby S. 154 Procop, Sharon Ann 159 Proesel, Barbara A. 74, 1 38 Pryde, Catherine D. 173 Przybylski, Dorothy 154 Przybylski, Robert S. 173 Przybylski, William 167 Puccinelli, Janet M. 90, 162 Puccinelli, Jay R. 92, 95, 163 Puerkel, Gregory F. 1 39 Pugliese, David Carl 153 Putterman, Paula F. 159 Pysno, Michael A. 68, 17 3, 184 Quist, Karen 1 5 3 Quist. Kristie Ann 85, 155 Raab, Nancy J. 139 Rabe, Barbara Lynn 90, 158 Radermacher, Susan M. 1 39 Rahnert, Robert Paul 173 Rainero, James A. 162 Rajski, FrancineJ. 74, 158 Rammel, Hal G. 139 Rand, Wendy Sue 80, 162 Rappaport, Ronnie 154 Rapport, Jan S. 139 Rask, Sally Frances 139 Flask, Susan R. 101, 118, 139 Rattner, Ilene Sue 68, 167 Raubolt, Robert R. 161 Raucci,John 139 Raucci, Michael J. 173 Rauen, Karen Lillian 156 Ravine, Edward Steve 159 Raymond, Darlene K. 173 Raymond, Edward A. 101, 156, 194 Reading, Tim John 1 5 7 Rebbe, Lois Ruth 79, 161 Rechtermann, Allen H. 165 Reichert, Edward 158 Regin, Joy 96, 139 Regula, Sandra L. 78, 82, 159 Rehfeldt, Jack R. 184 Reicherts, David W. 71, 72, 101, 139, 180 Reissiger, John 193 Reitman, Lynn Beth 79, 91, 173 Reitman, Mark A. 86, 88, 1 14, 1 39 Reizner, Ronald J. 162 Rek, Sharon Lynn 74, 77, 157 Renieris, Susan C. 1 39 Repke, Lynda Darlene 157 Rest, DebraM. 71, 139 Riback, Cheryl Lynn 161 Rice, Janet Linda 1 5 3 Rice, Jennifer Lynn 156 Rice, Lawrence M. 173, 193 Rice. Ronna 1 39 Richman, Deborah L. 163 Ricordati, Jerry M. 68, 155, 188 Riley, Richard Allen 173 Ringel, Gary 139 Flitter, James Allen 92, 94, 159 Ritter, Peggy E. 74, 139 Robbins, Bonnie Lynn 173 Robbins, Charles A. 139 Robbins, Mark Jay 169 Robbins, Ralph N. 167, 191 Roberts, Richard A. 139 Roberts, Thomas A. 139 Roberts, William M. 76, 81, 84, 164 Rochell, Steven M. 81, 166, 194 Rochman, Jeffrey E. 139 Rochman, Marsha E. 86, 173 Rockoff, Michael I. 155 Rockoff, Robin Lynn 173 Rockoff, Susan J. 158 Rode. Clifford A. 173, 184 Rodman, Steve L. 173 Rodnick, Janice S. 99, 100, 173 Rogin, Anne Gerri 15 3 Rogin, Dana 1 39 Rohrbacher, Beverly 173 Rohrbacher, Marilyn 162 Rolla, Alan Wayne 78, 161, 189 Rolla, Linda 140 Romen, Barbara Ann 78,79, 158 Rooney, Catherine E. 92, 101, 162 Rooney, Michael J. 92, 152, 154, 182, 191 Roscop, Erich Fritz 163 Rose, IlaMay F. 112, 164 Rosen, Dennis A. 140 Rosen, Ilona Carol 91 Rosen, Laurence E. 167 Rosen, Randy Howard 173, 193 Rosen, Robert Joel 161 Rosenberg, Barbara 68, 140 Rosenberg Daeyl 1 7 3 Rosenberg. Mark 78, 156 Rosenberg, Michael 76, 78, 164 Rosenbloom, Eugene 167, 193 Rosenbloom, James B. 140, 192 Rosenbloom, Robert 78, 157 Rosenfeld, Beverly 140 Rosenfeld, Rosalie 140 Rosengard, Stephen A. 83, 169 Rosengren, Richard I. 169 Rosenquist, Gregory 140 Rosenthal, Jeffrey R. 169, 184 Rosenzweig, Serene A. 169 Rosga, Diane Lynne 65, 98, 159 Rosmarin, Irwin L. 165, 189 Ross, Lynne Ellen 91, 169 Ross, Marcia Marie 78, 165 Ross, Stephanie 156 Rossman, David 163 Rothblatt, Deborah E. 162 Rotheiser, Penny I. 66, 140 Rotunno, Marianne 158 Rovetto, Richard P. 152 Rotter, Pamela Jo 71, 79, 118, 140 Rowe, Martin Jerrold 163 Rowell, Albert T. 83, 140 Royne, Deborah Ann 140 Rowell, David Scott 156 Rubel, Alan David 169 Rubenstein, David B. 157 Rubin, David L 81, 83, 169 Rubin, Maxine 67, 79, 163 Rubner, Charles L. 64, 118, 140 Rudd, Billie L. 140 Rudich, Roger D. 153 Rudnick, Leslie R. 140 Rudnick, Lynne L. 165 Rudowicz, Gloria J. 85. 87, 164 Rudowicz, Mike W. 140 Ruschli, Edward John 159 Rush, Janice P. 140 Rust, Larry Allen 92, 162, 182 Rutgard, Maria Beth 67, 96, 169 Ryden, Jo Anne 69, 140 Riasa, Pamela Louise 154 Saber, Barbara Ann 153 Sabey, Gary Marvin 169 Sackrison. Candace 140 Sacks, Sue 169 Sadur, Allan Edward 169 Saeks, Stephen Louis Saflarski, Mary E. 166 Sage, Pam Lynne 140 Sager, Sarah Jean 68, 78, 88, 89, 161 Saliano, Fred 171 Salon, Richard Lee 95, 169, 184, 189 Index Salotti, Sandra 140 Saltzman. B. Donald 71, 140 Samson, Michael Jay 91, 169 Samson, Sherri Gale 162 Samuelson, Richard G. 141 Sanders, Richard S. 169, 184 Sandman, Susan Carol 80, 91, 99, 169 Sapdroff, Howard F. 83, 91. 100, 165, 191 Sarantakis, Anthony 171 Sarantakis, Carol A. 160, 164 Sargis, Clark Stanly 171 Savoy, Harold M. 171 Saxon, Wendy C. 141 Schaefer, Allan F. 101, 141, 186 Schaefer, James M. 171 Schaffer, Leslie 79, 174 Schaffner, Nancy C. 88. 141 Schalz, Mary Ellen 161 Schapiro, Susan E. 74, 79, 96, 157 Schatten, Michelle 96, 169 Scaturo. Karen A. 82, 154 Schaul, William 163 Schechter, Ian P. 141 Schechler, Janice 80, 82, 86. 89. 90, 161 Schieber, Fred John 171, 195 Schieren, Barbara J. 98, 159 Schillaci, Nanc ' C. 141 Schimel, Patricia M. 169 Schimerlik. Martin L. 91. 171 Schtniing, Kenneth 141 Schippman, Joanne M. 92. 169 Schleaer. Nancy E. 165 Schlitter. Nancy A. 164 Schmidt. Michael J. 165 Schmidt, Nancy Ann 16, 82, 158 Schmidt, Ted J. 141 Schneider, Gary 15 3 Schnedider, EUice 79 Schodin, Peter Nils 171 Schoch, Linda Rae 162 Schramek, Donald A. 91, 171 Schramm, Marilyn 141 Schreiber, Russie 153 Schroeder, Janice L. 169 Schroeder, Kenneth R. 158 Schroeder, Linda L. 174 Schroeder, Richard 154 Schulhoff, Sharon L. 169 Schulho, Bruce 171 Schulman. Diane I. 27, 141 Schulle.John 166 Schultz, Helen M. 141, 153 Schuman, Jeffrey 167, 193 Schuman, Joyce 88, 141 Schuster, Lee Gibbon 100, 171. 191 Schwartz. Fredrica 99, 164 Schwarz. Marilyn 78, 97, 156 Schwartz, Randy J. 78, 161 Schwartz, Susan 141 Scobee, Sharon Lee 166 Scornavacco. Rose 159 Scon. Karen Ann 141 Scully, Kathleen D. 90, 164 Scully, Susan 74, 141 Sears. Richard Dean 75. 81. 171 Sedlacek. Carol Ann 166 Sedloff. Caryn Gay 91, 171 Segal. Deborah Lee 97 Segal. Gail Susan 156 Scidman, Brcnda C. 9 1 , 171 Seidman, Ellen Sue 90, 166 Seidman, Harry A. 161 Seidman. Susan E. 67. 68. 71. 84. 141 Seifert. George M. 164 Seligman, Laura J. 88. 89. 113. 141 Semiloff. Arlync 158 Semmerling, Lynn L. 166 Senf, Cynthia Janet 1 7 1 Senn, Carol June 100, 101. 155 Scnn. Ruth Esther 100. 171 Sepesy. Sandi L. 88. 89. 100. 101. 165 Scrcgi. Qara 171 Servillo. Eugene E. 88. 152. 157 Seul. Arlene Frances 166 Seul. Kathleen Ann 161 Shaf. Randall 141. 191 Shaf. Arnold J. 100, 182. 191 Shandelson, Kenneth 171 Shalin, Barry Allen 153 Shandling, Barbara J. 11,2, 161 Shandling, Paul J. 163 Shandling, Shelley J. 99, 101, 167 Shannon, Linda K. 141 Shapira, Ira Lee 76, 171 Shapiro, Jill M. 80, 15 2, 156 Shapiro, Jonathan 174 Shapiro, Marc Scott 162, 195 Shapiro, Rhonda Lynn 171 Shaw, Adrienne Gale 80, 171 Shaw, Jacqueline B. 168. 174 Shefren, Leonard W. 165 Shenk, Gregory 78, 157 Shepard, Martin H. 92, 94. 154 Sher, Pearl 169 Sher, Scott Douglas 1 74 Sheridan, Gregory A. 141 Sherman, Carol Ann 96, 171 Sherwood, Marc E. 152, 153 Shibe, Gary Lee 95, 171 Shih, May C. 95, 171 Shimp, Sandra V. 164 Shiner, Leah Ann 68, 86, 90, 162 Shiner, Sandra M. 22, 86, 88, 1 1 3, 141 Shivley, Bruce D. 174 Shoemaker, Kenneth I. 184, 189 Shuster. Martin Paul I 74 Shlim. Sally Ann 86, 156 Sideman, Jerry 155 Sideman.Joel 158, 188 Siedband, Leonard B. 81, 92, 167 Siegal, Ann Merle 142 Siegel, Raymond 153 Siegelman, Vicki L. 92. 93. 167 Sievers. Thomas W. 92. 161 Sigrist, Joanne M. 167 Silberman. Lauren 167 Silver. Barry S. 80, 164 Silver. David M. 158 Silver, Wendi Susan 157 Silverman, Alvin L. 158 Silverman, Barbara A. 80, 86, 171 Silverman, Elaine V. 142 Silverman, Lynn S. 142 Silverstein, Arthur 21, 101, 142, 191 Silverstein. Janice 97. 171 Silvert. Michael E. 79. 158. 192 Simmons. Donald A. 153 Simon. Donn Howard 172. 184 Simon. Howard Marvin 87. 92, 142 Simon. James M. 171, 193 Sims, Gregory C. 157 Singer, Esther Faye 159 Singer, James W. 78, 142 Sinkule,John M. 77, 100, 174, 191 Sinkulc, Thomas C. 77, 100, 175, 191 Sirkin, Bruce Alan 142 Sirkin. Paul Leslie 166 Siuda. Michael L. 143 Sklar. Jeffrey Ray 157 Sklodowski. Clcmenti 82. 171 Skrzymowski. Edwin 142 Slepyan. Pearle H. 142 Slomc. Robert 166 Slotky. Robert 142 Smiley, Robert 157 Smith, Barbara Mary 157 Smith, Celeste Alene I 54 Smith, Bonnie K. 86. 161 Smith. Dennis G. 21, 81 . 101 . 1 18. 142. Smith. Jeffrey G. 174, 184, 191 Smith, William A. 95, 172 Smith, Linda 82. 86, 90. 163 Sneidcr. Ronna Lynn 142 Sncllman. Pam 158 Snoply. Pamela A. 174 Snoply. Paul 101, 142. 180 Snyder. Janice M. 142 Sobol. Christine M. 174 Solano. Vincent A. 142 Soldinger, Charlotte 68. 80. 86, 174 Soldinger, UrryJ. 156, 192 Solomon. Steven J. 142. 180 Solomon. Terry Lou 80. 101. 153 Sonne. Donald W. 92. 167 Sorenscn, Cynthia L. 96, 162 Sorensen, Kathy R. 142 Sorinsky, Stuart O. 21. 142 Sorkin, Steve Erwin 155, 182 Sorokin. Beverly R. 164 Sosin. Howard 77. 174. 184 Sostrin. Betle Anne 80. 86. 91. 174 Sostrin, Ellis Mark 165 Sotello. Robert R. 142 Speaor. Susan Gale 160. 163 Spedale. Alexis Linn 174 Speichcrt. Kathleen 142 Spencer. Randall A. 78. 166 Spiegel, Andrew B. 75, 161 Spiegel, James M. 75, 174 Spiegel, Janice R. 142 Spiegel, Michael G. 81. 154 Spiegel. Sandra M. 166 Spiers. Patrice M. 174 Spiezer. Aaron M. 166, 191 Spiezer, Joe Perry 1 59 Spikings, Marshall L. 92. 94, 155 Spilberg, Barry M. 174. 184 Spilberg. Judith Ann 158 Spinnato. James J. 143 Spinks. Preston Gary 95. 172 Spitz. David Michael 92. 93. 152. 158 Spiwak. Steven B. 80. 84. 172 Staack. Walter C. 167 Stanbery. Charlene J. 153 Stark. Barbara Sue 79. 84. 91. 174 Starkman. Eileen 80, 99, 168, 174 Starkman, Marilyn 98, 152, 153 Starr, Sandra Esta 86, 154 Statland, Jay Lauren 100. 161 Staubcr, Louis F. 100. 164. 191 Steele. Richard D. 101. 143. 186 Steffen. Gerald J. 88. 161 Stein. Arnold 16. 78. 154. 182. 188 Stein. Barbara S. 174 Stein. Dale Murray 67. 69. 84, 167 Stein, Dennis 71, 88, 143 Stein, Tina M. 14 3 Steinberg, Arlene J. 74, 82, 86, 161 Steinberg. Cheryl 1 54 Steinberg. Gary Joel 159 Steinberg. Robert S. 92. 93. 100. 143 Sleiner. Cyndy M. 156 Sleinohrt. Lenore T. 158 Steinseifer. Trudy R. 91. 174 Stellar. B. Michael 158 Stemer. Alexander 78. 143 Stengel. James Allen 101. 152. 155. 180. Stepen, Fred Bruce 100. 157 Stern. Charlene Y. 1 18. 143 Stem. George Arnold 79. 101. 143 Stern. Michael Lee 75. 172. 191 Stern. Norman J. 174 Sternberg. Shcryl G. 101. 155 Sticber, Douglas J. 78. 154 Stier. Eileen Janice 1 74 Slille. Susan Lynne 80. 88. 89. 15 2. 153 Stolu. Roger R. 87. 172 Stone. David H. 67. 78, 162, 191 Stone, Michael D. 84, 14 3 Stone, Sandra Dec 101, 152, 155 Stone, Susan Lynn 79, 157 180 Stone. Vicki Sue 174 Storck. June Ann 143 Slrahan. Donald F. 72. 145 Slrahan. Timothy M. 184. 189 Siral. Eric Richard 86. 161 Strauss, Nancy A. 67, 74, 153 Strauss. Rhea Ailcen 14 3 Sirehl. Gerhard W. 86 Strcmke. Michcle Ann 155 Strickctt. Gloria J. 174 Sirimpel. Barbara L. 88, 158 Strobel, Susan Rose 153 Strom. Robert M. 143 Sullivan. Ralph L. 172. 191 Sullivan. Roger J. 175, 191 Sulser, Arthur F. 143 Sumner. Pamela A. 165 Sutfin, Judith Anne 174 Swanke, Peter C. I 54 Swanson, Daniel K. 143, 192 Swanson. Donna J. 143 Swanson. Michael Roy 162 Swanson. Pamela B. 159 Swanson. Sharon M. 14) Sweadncr, Nancy 91, 172 Sweadner, Sandra 74, 14) Swcnio. Barbara Ann 1 54 Swier. Helc-n Cypora 166 Swier. Sylvia Lee 172 Szabady. Paul J. 78, 172 Szclag. Charles J. 78. 162 Szymski. Norine Lynn 91. 172 Tabor, Alberta Marie 67. 80. 82, 89, 90 Takemolo, Joyce T. I 5) Talent, Robert 157 Talias, Gloria 14 3 Tamraz, James H. 165 Tannenbaum, Jeffrey 14) Tarant, Elaine Marie 91, 172 Tash, Bonnie Lee 98. 156 Tash. Joseph Sherwin 75. 81, 172 Tauster. Leslie A. 163 Taylor. Elizabeth A. 162 Taylor, Lonna Jane 172 Taylor, Wayne Harvey 92. 156 Teacherson. George A. 81. 84. 167 Teets. Karen Susan 172 Teichner. Sheri B. 155 TcUefsen. Daniel H. 156 Tenbusch, Barbara V. 144 Terdich.John George 92, 172 Terman, Benjamin J. 144 Terp, James Allen 172. 184. 189 Terrazas, Jack R. 167 Terry. Frances Lee 101. 153 Teschky. Richard J. 144 Thiede. Diana S. 144 Thoma. Susan Helen 162 Thomas. Daniel N. 157 Thomas. John 159 Thomas. Joanne D. 23. 100, 101. 16) Thomas. Terry M. 101. 155. 180. 191 Thommes. James W. 87. 92. 144 Thompson. Barbara A. 159 Thompson. David A. 155. 191 Thompson. Dean R. 172 Thompson. James W. 19. 75, 84. 88. 144 Thomsen. Gayle Ruth 74. 97. 101, 144 192 Thornton.James W. 167 Thornton. Robert S. 172. 191 Tilkin. Judith R. 167 Timmel. Richard O. 144 Timmer. John F. 68, 72. 144. 186. 187 Timmings. George H. 86. 164, 182. 186 Tischlcr. Audrey H. 78, 88, 96, 144 Tobcy, Robert Stuart 86 Tobiansky. Susan L. 86. 88. 158 Tobias. Carole L. 91. 172 Todd. Cher l Lynn 144 Tokeshi. David P. 79. 158 Tolchin. Sandra E. 79. 144 Tomaras, Nanci Lou 161 Tompkin. Elliot Jay 172 Toporek.Jick M. 172 Topper. Gene Edward 92, 15) Torenko. Ronald W. 154, 180, 188 Torcnko, WillUm D. 68, 79, 184. 189 Torok. Michael Louis 154 Torp. Thomas George 76. 79. 81. 84. 16) Tmsatti. Joseph A. 159 Tripicchio. Thercse 100, 161 Index Triplett, RiU Joan 90, 101 Tritschler, Jmice M. 92, 144 Tritschler, Kathleen 80, 92, 97, 154 Trivisonno, Barbara 166 Tropstein, Allen 144, 153 Tropstein, Frances R. 74, 144 Trotter, Peter Co. 166 Trotter, Richard G. 172, 184 Trowbridge, Joan E. 67, 88, 89, 92, 161 Truesdale, Janice 80, 92, 97, 100, 158 Truesdale, Patricia Truesdell, Alan B. 144 Tsuneta, Kathtyn Ann 67, 77, 155 Tuchow, Merle L. 75, 144 Tuchow, Richard S. 161 Tucker, Peter H. 165 Turanski, John G. 164 Turbin, Gail Ann 79, 163 Turchen, Jacqueline 154 Turner, Robert T. 76, 78, 92, 93, 157 Turry, Reada D. 172 Tuscano, Michael A. 144 Tyllas, Harmon 167 Uleck, BenTom 163 Unatin, Janice E. 1 6 1 Urbanus, Robert L. 172 Urdangen, Jeffrey B. 163, 191 Uzzo, Beverly Lucia 91, 172 Uzzo, Ronald James 92, 156 Valone, Diane Lucia 167 Vanbrundt, Nancy M. 92, 167 Vandenbosch, Gene P. 92, 95, 164 Van Grimbergen, Jim 144 Vanoverloop, Phylhs 172 Varveris, Bruce G. 162 Vastine, Michael P. 154 Verhunce, John A. 144 Vigiletti, Marie J. 172 Vigiletti, Marilyn 144 Villano, Angela J. 145 Vilona, Terrence M. 172 Vincent, Sharon Lynn 156 Vinci, Carolyn Kay 172 Virag, Carol Helen 85 Vlaming, Jessica E. 145 Vollmer, Corinne 145 Vonderlinden, Robert 172 Wagner, Lori Mae 92, 172 Wagner, Robert G. 72, 73, 100, 145, 180 Wahle, Shirley Jean 145 Waladis, Louise Ann 92, 145 Walkowiak, Donna Lee 172 Walker, Mary E. 164 Walkowiak, Linda M. 157 Walker, Selene Wallace; John Roger 167 WaUies, George R. 165 Wallies, Scott M. 95, 172 Walhser, Michael 161 Walter, Cynthia Ann 82, 172 Wamsley, Deborah Walter, Janice Marie 82, 90, 163 Walter, Patricia L. 78, 88, 89, 145 Walters, Michele 100, 172 Walthers, Francis D. 100, 161, 191 Walthers, Banu Wamsley, Edward S. 161 Warady, Arthur D. 84, 159 Warady, Monica Sue 84, 90, 168, 172 Ward, Mary Phyllis 1 5 3 Wargo, Elizabeth A. 172 Warner, Diane Marie 165 Warner, George Alden 95, 172 Warner, James R. 158 Warner, Nancy Ruth 172 Warren, Dale Jill 172 Warrus, Claudia 157 Warshawsky, Carol A. 166 Wasmund, Terry Robert 88, 100, 153 Watkins, Gary T. 145 Watson, WUliam G. 161 Watterlohn, Eileen 145 Weaver, Marilyn P. 87, 156 Weber, Kathleen E. 167 Weber, Paul Arthur 145 Wehrmacher, James P. 92, 93, 94, 145 Wehrmacher, Karen D. 92, 172 Weibel, Douglas Alan 158 Weidenback, Paula M. 163 Weidling, Patricia M. 167 Weil, Cheri A. 90, 15 3 Weil, Linda MadeHne 153 Weiland, Lynn Marie 164 Weinberg, Audrey 15 3 Weinberg, Leeann H. 74, 154 Weinberg, Linda S. 90, 162 Weinberg, Nancy H. 74, 145 Weiner, Holly 72, 73, 107, 118, 145 Weinstein, Andrea J. 172 Weinstein, Anita I. 74, 88, 145 Weinstein, Elliot 145, 182 Weir, Charles Robert 163 Weiss, Alan Louis 76, 79, 81, 84, 88, 163 Weiss, Ira S. 79, 86, 88, 145 Weiss, Jordan Paul 159 Weiss, Pamela Mamie 97, J 74 Weiss, Robin 80, 165 191 Weiss, Terry Michael 162, 192, 193 Weissensteio, John W. 156 Weissman, Andrew D. 83, 162 Weisz, Lee David 145 Wellner, Stephen 72, 145 Wentink, Kenneth George 145 Werner, Craig 157 Wemikoff, Gail Sue 80, 154 Wemikoff, Jay T. 145 Wesber, Gail Joan 164 Wetmore, Joanell J. 27, 84, 88. 145 Whaley, William T. 146 White, Kenneth Bruce 75, 172 White, Michael James 166 Wickum, Dale K. 146 Wiczer, Rhonda 74, 92, 174 Widerquist, Thomas C. 73, 86, 100, 146, 190, 191 Wiegman, Bruce 184 Wiegman, Robert John 25, 155, 182 Wielgus. Barbara A. 167 Wielgus, George W. 174 Wiese, Je ey W. 146 Weise, Wendy K. 1 74 Wiig, Grant Evan 174 Wiig, Kenneth Morris 88, 157 Wilander, WiUiam L. 87, 174 Wilkins, Gary H. 146, 194 Wilhams, Cynthia J. 82, 88, 92, 161 Williams, Irene T. 100, 162 Willert, Lee Charles 100, 156 Wilhier, Sherwin R. 174, 193 Wihier, Andrea S. 146 Wilson, Barry Lee 146, 182 Wilson, Charles Gary 85, 101, 146, 180 Wilson, James C. 174, 184 Wilson, Larry F. 92, 93, 94, 156 Wilson, Roger Reid 155, 182 Wilson, Steven Alan 172 Wimmer, Margaret Ann 146 Wineberg, Nancy Ann 80-, 91, 174 Wineberg, Ronna Iris 65, 86, 166 Winer, Robert L. 165 Winkleman, Larry J. 101, 156, 180 Winkler, Renate 172 Winkler, Robert R. 174 Winograd, Louise C. 146 Winquist, Daniel J. 174, 184 Winslow, Susan C. 74, 146 Wishnoff, Steve A. 86, 88, 164 Wisniewski, James M. 167 Witt, Jo Ann 146 Witt, Pamela Elaine 79, 91, 174 Wittek, Warren Ted 88, 156 Woldman, Richard A. 19, 146 Wolf, Gail Ellen 167 Wolf, Robert H. 146 Wolf, Smart Howard 155 Wolf, Thomas 174, 184, 189 Wolff, Justine 146 Wohn, Mark Sander 160 Wolter, Richard M. 146 Wolters, Larry 161 Woltersdorf, Carol A. 146 Womer, Bill Richard 146 Wood, Nancy Jane 174 Wooley, Bruce C. 154 Worth, April Joy 15 3 Work, James Paul 95, 100, 175, 191 Work, Linda Ruth 1 74 Worth, Susan Lynn 91, 174 Wortman, David Neil 81, 83, 174 Womer, Barbara Lynn 174 Wozniak, Richard D. 92 Wrobel, Joseph 92, 146 Wright, Jan Susan 91, 174 Wulf, Wendy B. 74, 168, 174 Wurman, Barbara 97, 174 Wurmser, Bruce M. 146 Yadron, Rosemary 146 Yamaguchi, Peggy 86, 92, 159 Yamaguchi, Tom J. 147 Yelen, Mitchell A. 69, 73, 147 Yohanna, Mark Alan 164, 192 Yellen, Steven F. 15 3 Yohanna, Wilene 147 Yoshino, Steven Alan 100, 167, 191 Yoimg, Karen Jane 147 Young, Mia Elyce 157 Young, Thomas 165 Zabolocky, Camell 68, 82, 153 Zacher, Ilene P. 78, 84, 86 Zager, Allen Howard 168, 174 Zalesny, Patricia M. 67, 147 Zaphiris, Sandra J. 147 Zar, Lorel Ellen 89, 91, 174 Zar, Mark Steven 92, 93, 94, 158 Zehner, Arnold F. 147, 182 Zeid, Alex 166 Zelienka, John Paul 167, 189 Zeman, Larry Stephen 174, 193 Zemel, Shelly 91 Zender, Carolyn S. 147 Zera, Frank A. 174 Zera, Gregory Lynn 163, 180 Zeszutko, Barbara A. 147 Zielkowitz, Barbara 147 Ziemba, Celeste E. 174 Zev, Ronald Alan 159 Ziff, Cynthia Susan 82, 166 Zimka, John Lawrence 174, 195 Zimka, Kathleen Mary 161 Zimmerman, Bonnie S. 25, 86, 88, 89, 147 Zimmerman, Gail M. 161 Zimmerman, liana F. 174 Zittler, Deborah S. 147 Zlatos, Cynthia 147 Zlotnik, Paul Jay 98, 152, 181 Zolezzi, Darrell R. 147 Zoltek, Diane Jean 86, 175 Zukerman, Ilene 167 Zuccarelli, Joyce 96, 174 Zupko, Karen Anne 100, 101, 175 Zwigoff, Terry E. 158 Autographs . . . 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