North Central College - Spectrum Yearbook (Naperville, IL)
- Class of 1951
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Each year scores of visitors come through our famed gates to
visit North Central College. Some of these visitors are alumni who
dreamily remember only the good times and the lun they had, just
as all of us tend to forget the unpleasant things that happened in the
past. Most of the visitors, however, are relatives or friends of present
students, or prospective students here to see just what North Central
and we, its students, are really lilce. For all these people we are
editing our boolc.
As are other boolcs, ours too is limited in space and content.
However, we have worked hard to give you a glimpse of the high
lights of North Central, the academic, the athletic and the social
activities of its students. But no written word nor any picture will ever
express the inner feeling of accomplishment each student feels as he
progresses through his tour years here at college, the friendships
formed that will last throughout his life, nor the mental growth gained
from the personal contacts he has made as well as from the seemingly
endless hours of studying.
Because we feel that there is still a lot to show you and to tell you,
the 1951 Spectrum invites you to "come in, meet us and talce a tour
of North Central College".
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Each morning sees some taslc begin,
Each evening sees it close,
Something attempted, something done,
l'las earned a night's repose.
-From the Village Blacksmith by
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
To E. M. SCHAP
Associate Professor of Chemistry
We, the Class of 1951, proudly dedicate our Spectrum to a favorite "Prof.", E. M.
Schap. One who is lcnown for his friendliness toward every student, his quiclc smile,
his readiness to offer help in student problems, and an indomitable school spirit.
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nity surrounding the office of the Presidentoi Northcentroi
and those who take cu moment to become ocquointed with
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A Canadian, Professor Domm was educated at the University of Toronto,
where he was an honor student. He then completed histraining at the Evangel-
ical Theological Seminary in Naperville and returned to Canada to preach.
Within a short time he was asked to be the professor of Latin at what is now
North Central College. He taught philosophy for a time and was then placed
in charge of the Bible and Religious Education department, a position which
he held until shortly before his retirement, when, by action of the Board of
Trustees, he was removed from the teaching position and placed in charge of
the personnel department. His death in the summer of 1950 followed a
severe and lingering illness.
He was accused of being too liberal, as are many great men. An excellent
scholar with a keen and analytical mind, he felt a driving necessity to be true
to fact and teaching-to dispell the illusions clouding the thinking about
Christ and to raise the religious thinking of the students to a higher and more
comprehensive level-to erase the emotional thinking and to introduce
people to a more learned attitude as regards their beliefs.
He was widely recognized for his ability in his field, and maintained a
standard of scholarship throughout his career that could not fail to be an
example to his fellow men.
Here are the faculty, whose faces we see every day in class and whose pictures we will
enjoy loolcing at in future years. The faculty whose consistent and compassionate efforts we
seldom appreciate until years after. Then more fully than in the occasional recognition of the
now, we will remember the truly strong character, the wise counsel, the extraordinary grasp
of human affairs and the Christian example of our professors. Then, they will seem not more
merely the watchful ogres who assign mountains of worlc for us to do, instead, they will be
recognized and revered as the helpful guides who challenged us to wider horizons of lcnowledge
and insight, who encouraged us when we were discouraged and rewarded us when we succeeded.
Certainly no one would prefer a mere tape recording education to that which we receive in the
halls of North Central. The ever present friendship of the faculty personalities helps to graduate
from North Central College-not wallcing encyclopedias, but wise Christian young people.
Harvey Siemsen, Vice-President, Public Relations and Finance, B.A., B.D., C.E. Erffmeyer, Dean, Senior
Advisor, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., George Titman, Comptroller, W. G. Schendel, Business Manager, Alice Meier,
Dean of Women, Associate Professor of German, B.A., M.A., Charles C. Hower, Registrar, Professor of Classics,
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Mrs. Bernice Koehler Smith, Book Store Manager, Mildred Nienstedt, Librarian, Nell Schar, Assistant Registrar,
Mrs. Florence Koeder, Instructor in Secretarial Science, Helen Robinson, Reference Librarian, A.B., B.S., Mrs.
Alice Watson, Secretary in Business Office.
Mrs. jean E. Schmidt, Secretary to the Vice-President, Mrs. Evelyn Wendling l-lower, Secretary in the President's
Office, Floyd Thompson, Counsellor of Admissions, B.A., Mrs. Anita Sachs, Secretary to the President.
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lrwin A. Koten, Professor of Chemistry
B.A., M.S., Ph.D.
Warren N. Keck, Professor of Biology
B.A., MS., Ph.D.
Harold Eigenbrodt, Professor of Zoology
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Edward N. Himmel, Professor of Botany
rA1ss?istant Professor of Education4B.S.,
Row 5 fleft to rightj
E. W. Olson, Assistant Professor of Phys-
ical Education for Men
Cleo Tanner, Assistant Professor of Physical
Education and Physical Director of Wo-
men, B.S., M.A.
Lester C. Belding, Professor of Physical
Education and Director of Athletics,
Mrs. Diane Duvignead, Assistant Professor
of Art and Design
Row 6 Cleft to right,
joseph Coffer, lnstructor of Speech
GlEyAEugene Oliver, Professor of Speech
Walter K. Klass, Professor of Philosophy
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Allan Schwarz, Professor of Education
A.B., M.A., Ph.D.
Row 1 Qleft to rightl
Bruce Cole, lnstructor of History
Clarence N. Roberts, Professor of History
B.S., A.M., Ph.D.
N.W., McGee, Professor of Political Science
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Row 2 fleft to rightl
Marcus C. Bruhn, Professor of Economics
Eggert Giere, lnstructor of Commerce and Economics
Charles H. Keller, Professor of Commerce and Business
Administration, A.B., B.D., M.E., Ph.D.
Row 3 fleft to rightl
Vernon G. Schaefer, Professor of Psychology
B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Arthur De Long, Associate Professor of Psychology
B.S., M.A., Ph.D.
Milton W. Bischoff, Associate Professor of Bible and
Religious Education, B.A., B.D., M.A., Ed. D.
Row 1 Cleft to rightl
George Luntz, Director of School of Music and Professor i
of Voice, Mus.B., Mus.M.
Marcyl Wyle, lnstructor of Music Education
Ned Gardner, lnstructor of Piano
B.M., B.M.E., M.M.
Row 2 Cleft to rightl
Helen Watson, Professor of Theory
B.A., Mus.B., Mus. M.
Lauritz Bjorlie, Assistant Professor of Instrumental Music
Mary Louise Hargis, instructor in Voice
Row 3 Cleft to rightj
Elizabeth Wiley, Associate Professor of English
Richard Sanderson, lnstructor in English
Mrs. Ella Schroeder Dute, lnstructor in English
Row 4 Cleft to rightj
Claude C. Pinney, Professor of Piano and
Organ, Mus. B.
Florence Quilling, Professor of Home Eco-
nomics, BS., M.A.
Mrs. Ruby Erwin, Assistant Professor of
Home Economics, B.E., M.A.
William H. Heinmiller, Professor of Social
Science, AB., A.M.
Row 5 Cleft to rightl
Violet Bergquist, Assistant Professor of
Spanish B.A., M.A.
Paul Schach, Professor of German
B.A., M.A. Ph.D.
Mrs. Helen Reese Luntz, Professor of
Romance Languages, B.A., M.A.,
Annette Sicre, Professor of Romance Lan-
guages, Brevet Elementaire, Brevet Su-
perieur, Certificate d'aptitude Peda-
gogique, Diplome d'art decorativ
Row 6 Cleft to rightj
Mary Anice Seybold, Professor of Mathe-
matics, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.
Carl Cardin, Professor of Engineering
Science, M.E., M.S.
Herbert Beck, Assistant Professor of Mathe-
Allen D. Page, Assistant Professor of
Physics, B.A., M.A.
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Sauntering about campus in straw hats, the
seniors have had a good time together their
last year at NCC. The straw-hat distinctions, for
both fellows and girls, were seen mostly on the
warmer days, but the seniors themselves were
A weiner roast and square dancing were the
big events of the first semester for the Class of
'51. The last semester was spent worlfing hard
to malce the College Day play a success-
playing hard on Senior "ditch day"'-a special
occasion, For this year it was we who crowded
into the cars which lined in front of chapel
bound for an unlcnown destination. Our last
semester, too,brought the Jr.-Sr. Banquet which
is a memory which we shall always hold. The
arrival of these events, however, meant that our
college days were nearing their end-nearing
the day-'the day which was our very own-
june 4-when we walked the familiar aisle of
Pfeiffer Hall For our hard-earned diplomas.
Back Row, Left to Right
B. Schmidt, Treas., D
Koten, V. Pres., Tietz
Pres. Front Row: Irwin
Women's Rep., German-
ottcl, Men's Rep., Ritz-
Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
"Fine and Dandy"
"Such ls My Love"
Fond du Lac, Wisconsin
"California, Here I come"
Oconto Falls, Wisconsin
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"l'd Like To Know You Better"
South Haven, Michigan
West Depere, Wisconsin
Lisbon Falls Marne
Ox Q VERLA RUTH
"Bluebird of Happiness
"Donit Fence Me In"
ZELMA JEAN CROSBY
"OI Thee I Sing"
Three Rivers, Michigan
Crystal Lalce, Illinois
"Here And There"
"A-N-G-E-L Spells Mary"
"ln A World Ol My Own"
"lust The Way You Are"
MARY BETH ERDMAN
"Moonlight and Roses"
Glen Ellyn, lllinois
"l'll See You ln My Dreams"
Glen Ellyn, lllinois
"Lucky, Lucky, Lucky Me"
Big Stone City, South Dakota
"Young Man With A l"lorn"
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"Artistry and Rhythmi'
"That's My Desire"
"Action and Reaction"
"Among My Souvenirs
"Daddy's Little Girl"
"Orange Colored Sky"
"I Would Be True"
"Tea For Two"
"I'II Buy That Dream"
"Kitten On The Keys"
"I-Iair OF Goid, Eyes OF BIue"
"Sweet Mystery OI Liiei'
SIeepy Eye, Minnesota
Stars In I'Ier Eyes"
"My Baby Said
"Three Little Words"
"I'Iome In Indiana'
"Everything Happens To Me"
"-Ihinieing OF You"
"CaIm As The Nighti'
"I Could Write A Book"
"That Certain Party"
"There Must Be A Way"
Gien EIIyn, IIIinois
"I'IITc1ke You Home Kathleen
"Lite Is So Peculiar"
BETTY LU MENZEL
Glen EIIyn, IIIinois
"Forever And Ever"
EII4 Mound, Wisconsin
"Footloose AncI E
"I Promise You"
MARY HELEN MILLER
Grand ISIOHCI, New YOI'I4
'Be My Love '
"I'Ie's A IoIIy Good AEeIIow"
OaIc Park, Illinois
Upper Sanduslcy, Ohio
Upper Sandusky, Ohio
"Music Maestro, Please'
Glen Ellyn, illinois
"Here And There"
"I'II Get By"
Hillsboro, New Hampshire
"On A Picnic"
South Bend, indiana
"l'll Always Love You"
"Patricia, My Darling"
"Sweet and Lovely"
Downers Grove, Illinois
"I-Iome Sweet I-lame"
"In My Fordsmobilen
"Old Man River"
"Tell Me Why"
"Can't We Tallc It Over"
"l'd Love To Be In Loveland"
"High On The List"
Downers Grove, lllinois
"Gotta Be This or That"
"Theres Joy ln Every Day"
"Stout Hearted Manu
Downers Cirove, lllinois
"Life ls Ted-jus"
MAURICE VAN LANINGHAM
Long Beach, California
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Oak Parlc, lllinois
"A Little Bit independent"
La Crescent, Min
"That's For Me"
Upper Sandusky, Ohio
"Oh, You Beautiful Doll"
"Once ln A While"
"Bell Bottom Trousers
"Holiday For Strings"
Villa Park, Illinois
"Use Your Imagination"
"l'le's So Nice"
Linton, North Dakota
SENIORS NOT PICTURED
Elaine Shuler Giere
"Going Places" the Class of '52 first puIIed
together as a unit when some scoundrel burned
down our Ireshman bonfire during chapel the
Friday before Homecoming. The sparI4 of class
spirit ignited that day and the Fire has been
spreading ever since.
The junior class is Icnown Ior its hospitality, and
rarely is a party thrown without the familiar
slogan "everyone invited". An aII-school sports
party sparlced the advance this year, Iollowed
by the "Battle of the Sexes" and the junior-
Serving the class were: Tom Moore, president,
Diclc SchIoerb,vice-president, Liz Gatz,treasurer,
Ruth Bauserman, secretary, Ruth johnson, wo-
men's representative, and John Adams, men's
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Standing, Left to Right: Gatz, Treas., Moore Pres R ohnson Women s Rep Bauserman Sec
Seated: Adams, Men's Rep.
Robert R. Heinrich
james Keen Griselda Ketterling
Gordon Krunnfusz Susan Lahr
Gerard Lindgren William Livernash
Duane Mehn Donald Miellce
Mary Helen Nalifziger Robert Morauslci
Thomas P. Moore
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The Class oli '53 inaugurated many new
precedents this year. Among them were the
Sophomore bulletin board and the suggestion
box. These innovations were helpful in integrat-
ing the class and gave everyone a voice in
what was to be done. Then, too, a Frosh-Soph
banquet and a class distinction were other new
ideas suggested for the year. OF course, the
class sponsored events such as a hay ride and an
Leading the class in these activities were Paul
Schwab, president, Truman Stehr, vice-president,
Marguerite Veh, secretary, Alice Davis, treas-
urer, Doug St. Angelo, men's representative, and
Martha Beed, women's representative.
SOPI-IOMORE CLASS OFFICERS
Back Row, Left to Right: Stehr, V.-Pres., St. Angelo, Men's Rep., Schwab, Pres.
Front Row: Veh, Sec., Beed, Women's Rep., A. Davis, Treas.
Ruth Ann Haist
Eleanor Byas Robert Craig
Gudrun Erickson Paul Erickson
Forrest Grossman Miriam Getz 1
George Hanosh Leila Harrer l
Robert l. Heinrich
A. William Kohlman
Marilyn Meyer Robert McCallrster
Douglas St. Angelo
erry Strrtz Robert Swanson Barbara Terry Donald Thrnnes ohnson Thompson
Sue Ann Toomrre Ronald Thoresen Roger Ulrich Marguerite Veh Dons Wagner
Marllln Watson Marian Wedd Margeret Weiss john Weldy ohn Wrll
Kenneth Bender Peter ensen Donald McLaughlin Paul Schwab Wlllram Wenzel
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Campus big sisters and big brothers intro-
duced us freshmen to North Central, but it took
Woe Week to really unite the Q36 individuals
into a class. Anticipated mutual agony drew us
into a group determined to have lun in the
"deconceiting" process of Woe Week. And we
After a couple of months we knew each other
well enough to elect our officers: Jim Harper,
president, Lowell Bartel, vice-president, Pat
Schneller, secretary, Elwood Berkompas, treas-
urer, Phyllis Parker, women's representative, and
Don Seith, men's representative.
Later in the year we placed our green and
white shield with those of the other classes and
gained our place as a recognized class of
North Central. The Class of 1954.
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FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right: Bartel, V.-Pres., Harper, Pres., Berkompas, Treas., Seith, Men's Rep., Schneller, Sec.,
P. Parker, Women's Rep.
Mary Lou Ash
Anna Mae Kling
Wayne Mounsey Constance Novotny
Mildred Perkins Donald Plocher
Lois Roesti LaVonne Sather
Mary Lee Schreiber Donald Seith
Georjean Solcup Marlys Sonnenberg
Frances Steinaclcer Carol Swalve Evelyn Thomas Valerie Uebele
Donna Wadewitz Richard Wadley Mary Walker Donna Wallces
John Wurtz Norma Yackley Helen Youngman Evelyn Dee
Miriam Fettig Robert Hahn james Harper Lois Henning
Richard Kolb James Lambrecht Lois Nelson Don Neuman
Paul Schmidt june Wagner Ronald Wisthuff
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The President of the student body of N.C.C.
who this year is Jim Simonsen, is elected each
spring by the entire student body. Holding this
high oFFice, Jim, a senior also serves as president
of the Student Council.
Hailing from Racine, Wisconsin and the last
one in a family of four to graduate from N.C.C.,
he is majoring in physics and philosophy. Being
active in student government For three years
previously, this is a fitting climax For a man who
has done much to further N.C.C. in all phases of
Jim Keen Trudy Nachbaur
To aid Jim in the performance of the many
duties required are Trudy Nachbaur and ,lim
Keen, seniors who were elected last spring as
representatives-at-large. Trudy represents Grand
island, New Yorlc while judo, Wisconsin claims
After graduation Trudy plans to teach and
do graduate worlc in education, Jim would
lilce to do graduate worlc in speech and radio.
With their many other responsibilities with
the Spectrum, Chronicle, Radio station, and
NSA. they have been able to lceep in contact
with the needs of the men and women on campus
during the year. W
Standing, Left to Right:
Koenitzer, St. Angelo, D.
Koten, Keen, Germanotta,
J. Koten, Adams, Sundby
Seated: Pofivka, Nach-
baur, Irwin, Beed, R. john-
son, Trautman, Simonsen.
Back Row, Left to Right:
Kerr, Attig, Schafer.
Front Row: Emhoitz
Wunsch, Miss Tanner,
Irwin, Miss Hargis, Foster.
THE STUDENT COUNCIL
North CentraI's Student Councii functions in governing the activities of
the students, in furthering understanding between students and the facuIty
and in cooperating with other schooIs.
Under the Ieadership of jim Simonsen, the council is constituted by the
representatives-at-Iarge, the representatives of each of the four ciasses, of
the Christian organizations, of the publications, athletic and forensic groups
and of the facuity.
Offering a variety of activities, as square dancing, roIIer skating, a concert-
Iecture series, the Sociai Committee, composed of representatives from all
the campus organizations, endeavors to meet the recreationai needs of
everyone on campus.
Student chairman of the Sociai Committee this year was Charies Attig
and Miss I-Iargis was again the faculty advisor for the group.
For the First time in the history of North
Central, the College Chronicle has been rated
"All-American", the highest rating given by the
Associated Collegiate Press. This rating did not
fall "out ol an orange colored slay", but was the
result of the hard worlt and creative genius of
Editor-in-Chief, Jaclc Koten, who did a magnifi-
cent job, Publisher, Bill Senn, who lcept the
presses rolling, Managing Editor, Jerry Lind-
gren, who was in charge of malce-up, and the
writing oi "A New Olympus", Society, Vonnie
Kremer, Literary Editor, Ruth johnson and a
capable stahl ot 50.
This year's Chronicle Featured many new
columns designed to enlighten and entertain its
readers. Among these were: Vonnie Kremer's
"Social Swirl", a discussion of current magazine
articles and other interesting subjects, and
"Little Craclclingsn, containing everything from
soup to nuts, Buzz Trautman's "Out of the
Files", For those who like past history without
searching in the depths oi the library basement,
Liz Gatz's "Weel4end in Chicago", helpful for
those who can muster up train fare, interesting for
those who can't, Ed l-leyer's "This Changing
World" on important world events, Darlene
Wecl4's "Pro and Con", in which students express
their opinions on varied questions, and Gerry
"Arch" Fay's "Out of Bounds", on miscel-
laneous sports items.
Another First For the Chronicle is the "Literary
Magazine", put out under the direction of Ruth
Johnson. This is a supplement containing literary
worlcs of North Central students and items on
literature of interest to all. Also new this year
was Dante C5ermanotta's classified ad section, a
very useful contribution to the paper. Sports
write-ups by Jaclc Dennis and Gerry Fay have
been called the "best he's ever seen" by Coach
We might mention, too, the especially striking
issues printed in green and pink paper.
Others who've made great contributions to the
paper are, Nancy Blotch, who put in many
hours as proofreader, Hank Strand, the Chron-
icle photographer, Marguerite Veh, who con-
ducted the "inquiring Reporter", Ralph Muehl,
Left to Right: Martin, Senn, F. johnson, Muehl.
Standing, Left to Right: R. johnson, M. Meyer, Koten.
who had the responsibility of distributing 1100
copies weekly as circulation manager, George
Martin, who had charge of local advertising,
Chuck Hunter, who was in charge oi national
advertising, and Dottie Emholtz, who kept the
feminine members of the student body up on
Seated: V. Kremer, Lindgren.
Standing, Left to Right: Gatz, Schneller, Hitt, jameson, Kerr, M. Bender, Mundorff, Kolze. Seated: Weck.
Standing, Left to Right: Erdman Trautman, Buss, Veh, Unger, Elliott. Seated: Ritzel.
Standing, Left to Right: Reidt, Martin, Gruwell, M. Meyer. Front: Germanotta, Senn.
Standing, Left to Right: Pletcher, Colwell, Strand, Reidt. Seated: Fay, Emholtz, Dennis.
Another year passes, students come and go
and another Spectrum is produced. Those who
have helped by giving minutes or hours of time
know what a tremendous amount of work goes
into making up a yearbook, regardless of how
large or small it may be. However, we the staff
have enjoyed every minute of it, for our major
calamities of the moment seem very funny as the
months pass by, ancl we sincerely hope you will
enjoy reading and re-reading your Spectrum
in the years to come.
Financing a yearbook is never an easy task,
but Trudy Nachbaur, Business Manager, ac-
complished miracles. Those who helped to make
her accomplishment possible were many and to
each we say "Thanks", Associate Editor, Dottie
Emholtz always seemed to be there just when
things needed an extra push, her ideas helped
eliminate our Uclamitiesn.
To Joanne Lawrence, Literary Editor, goes
bouquets for managing to do not only her job
but helping others to fulfill theirs as well.
Helping to meet our mounting deadlines were
our private "professionals", Dick Hawthorne
and Bill Livernash. Special thanks and recog-
nition must also be given Norm Christman, Art
Editor, Vonnie Kremer, , Class Editor, joyce
Keller, Women's Sports and Gerry Fay, Men's
Sports Editor. Also jim Harper, jim Blakeslee,
Hank Strand, Keith Griffith and others who
helped with their photography abilities.
Then too, are the numerous people responsible
for doing all those time-consuming and endless
duties as-mounting, writing, proof reading,
typing, re-writing and scavengering for those
not yet posed snapshots.
To everyone l say "Thanks for all the help",
without you the 1951 Spectrum would not have
been possible. May you all have fun reading itl
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Seated: Wagner. Seated: Berkompcrs.
Left to Right: Walkes, Buss, Gabel, Jensen, Rawers, Left to Right: Livernash, Harper, Dennis, Gabel, Haw
Griffith, Wuertz, Kling. thorne.
EDITORS AND ASSISTAN-IS BUSINESS STAFF .
Seated: Lawrence. Seated: Livernash.
Left to Right: Livernash, Hawthorne, Kliphardt, Fay, Left to right: Harper, M. Meyer, Gruwell, Rein, Hender
Keller. shott, M. Walker, Leiser.
PI GAMMA MU
Pi Gamma Mu, led this year by
Mary Ritzman, Bill Schmidt, and
Professor McGee, is a national
Social Science honor society which
encourages a scientific approach to
the solution of social problems and
fosters sympathy and understanding
toward others. Their motto: Ye shall
lmow the truth and the truth shall
malte you Tree.
Standing, Left to Right: W Schmidt, B.
Seated: Dr. Klass, Mrs. Dute, Ritzman, D.
Lahr, Mr. Heinmiller, Dr. McGee.
SIGMA TAU DELTA
The Gamma Gamma Chapter of
Sigma Tau Delta, National Honor-
ary English Eraternity, has as its
members English majors maintaining
scholastic grades of B, who read and
critically study the manuscripts-
which they have submitted. The
purpose of the organization is to
further interest in reading and writ-
ing. Miss Wiley advised this year's
otiicers who were: Leota Buss, Ruth
Johnson, Betsy Erdman, Jaclt Koten.
Standing, Left to Right: P. Ebinger, Kidder,
Haas, Langher, Taylor, Findley,
Seated: P. Overmeier, Weck, Erdman,
Miss Wiley, Buss, Koten, Bauserman.
SIGMA Ri-TO GAMMA
Sigma Rho Gamma is the national
honorary organization For those inte-
rested in music. Eligibility Tor mem-
bership to this organization is de-
termined by participation in musical
organizations and classes. A varied
program was provided this year by
the officers who were Charlotte
Grantman, Jean Crosby, Curtis Ma-
thison, Pat Hostetler.
Back Row, Left to right: Steele, Ber-
kompas, Krunnfusz, T. Snider, Stirtz.
Middle Row: Schafer, Foose, Flugum,
Landis, Ladd, Mr. Luntz.
Front Row: Crosby, C. Grantman, Mathison
Pl KAPPA DELTA
Pi Kappa Delta is the honorary
Forensic fraternity whose members
are elected after participation and
victory in a sufficient number of
debates or oratory contests. The
purpose of the group is to provide a
stimulus to new students to develop
their abilities in both oratory and
Elmer Sundby served as president
and Professor Oliver as advisor.
Back Row, Left to Right: Reid, Hoover,
Front Row: Bauserman, Koten, Knoll.
BETA BETA BETA
This fraternity is limited to biology
majors chosen on the basis of their
scholarship and specific ability. The
three Betas stand for "Balonas,
Boudetase, and Boaxn which means
"an acorn, a little bird, and a fish"-
thus including all phases of life.
Tri Beta sponsors and directs the
Biology Club in the interest of carry-
ing out their objectives, namely, de-
velopment of sound scholarship, dis-
semination of scientific truth and
promotion of research.
Baclc Row, Left to Right: Tietz, D. Meyer,
Corretore, Schule, M. Miller, Foth,
Front Row: Kirchman, Shoger, M. Meyer,
Diewall, Dr. Eigenbrodt, Dr. Keck.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA
"On stage everyone"-a thunder-
ous applause. "What a wonderful
The Delta Epsilon Chapter of
Alpha Psi Omega plays its part in
the production of these plays, for it
is a national honorary dramatic fra-
ternity having for its purpose the
establishing and maintaining of def-
inite standards in acting and the
production of plays.
Back Row, Left to Right: Kliphardt, Keen,
J. Koten, Knoll, Foster, Steele, N.
Scott, Dennis, M. Schneider, Giere, D.
Front Row: McLaughlin, Bauserman, Hill.
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STUDENT FINANCE BOARD
This organization, composed of students
and faculty, is responsible for the adminis-
tration ol the Student Activity Fee. It
Finances the Spectrum, Chronicle, and
Cardinal, as well as the Artist Series and
the Athletic games.
Standing, Left to Right: F. johnson, jensen, Bueche,
Seated: Mr. Giere, Mr. Page, Dr. Siebolcl, Mr.
The Human Relations Committee is a
sub-committee of the Student Council. It
seeks to aid students to better understand
people Irom ditferent races and cultures.
It also publicizes to such students that
North Central College is open to them
Left to Right: Booker, Adelman, Wendt, W.
This board, advised by Drs. Seybold
and Eigenbrodt, is active in regulating
Finances and recommending students to
Fillall responsible positions For the college
publications. Members include Bill Senn,
Jaclc Koten, Myron Taylor, Eileen Bertz
and Trudy Nachbaur.
Standing, Left to Right: j. Koten, Nachbaur,
Seated: Dr. Siebold, Dr. Eigenbrodt, Mr. Giere.
WOMEN'S ADVISORY BOARD
This group, advised by Miss Meier and com-
posed of the presidents of the women's dorm-
itories, meets bi-monthly to discuss all prob-
lems of women students and to plan the mat-
Left to Right: Miss Meier, Kaiser, jackson, Bender, R.
The Forensic Board, advised by Professor
Oliver, is the coordinating board for all speech
activities. its membership includes the entire
student body, which elected Elmer Sundby last
spring to serve as president for 1950-51.
Left to Right: Mr. Oliver, W. Silvernail, Sundby, Reid.
Standing, Left to Right: Tietz, Koenitzer, Mr. Belding.
Seated: Mr. Page, Emholtz, Miss Tanner, Dr. Hower.
ATHLETIC BOARD OF CONTROL
The Athletic Board of Control is the governing
body of all intercollegiate and intramural
activities. Some of its many responsibilities
include arranging of schedules, determining
athletic policies, budgeting oi funds, approving
oi letter winners and checlcing game reports.
Standing, Left to Right: Langher, D. Miller, Ellis, Hos-
tetler, Wunsch, O'Brien, L. Passow, Diewall.
Seated: Staley, Allds, Keller, Bohm, Miss Tanner, Em-
holtz, Mertz, Gardner, Pal.
W.A.A. BOARD OF CONTROL
This group, advised by Miss Tanner, and com-
posed oi theW.A.A. officers and managers of
the different team and individual sports, is the
co-ordinating group for the 75 girls who belong
to the W.A.A.
Back Row, Left to Right:
Zuke, Langreder, D.
Meyer, Brickert, Will,
Schwab, Manson, C.
Weber, H. Taylor, R.
Kotik, Pizzo, Tietz, Toh-
Third Row: G. Hoffman,
Grossman, M. Meyer,
Leiser, Koelling, M.
Miller, Ritsema, Beed,
Roesti, Steinacker, The-
mas, Hunter, G. Schultz,
Second Row: Granner,
Borsack, Beck, Gruwell,
Spliethoff, Peaslee, Son-
nenberg, Kling, Newton,
Diewall, Dee, Uebele.
Front Row: E. Kotik, Bly-
the,Dr. Keck, Kirchman,
Shoger, M. Meyer. Mr.
Himmel, M. Erickson,
Standing, Left to Right:
Lukas, Schwab, Leiser,
Langreder, Davis, Kleine
Meyer, Hartsaw, Craig,
Corretore, R. Miller,
Kirchman, Mr. Schap.
Middle Row: D. Koten,
Kung, Tarte, Bingle,
Seated: Birr, Wendt, Kling-
beil, Felton, G. Erick-
son, P. Erickson.
The sound of a movie projector, the periodic
clicking of a Geiger counter, or exotic odors of
Oriental perfumes wafted from Goldspohn Hall
on alternate Monday nights inform us of a
gathering of NCC's chapter of the Student
Affiliates ol the American Chemical Society.
Chemistry majors who have completed two
semesters of college chemistry are eligible lor
membership, while associate memberships are
open to second semester freshman Chemistry
students. Besides sponsoring movies, speakers,
field trips and a Christmas tea, this year the
chapter held a "Chemistry Open House" to
help create outside interest in this department
The Biology Club, led by the officers of Beta,
Beta, Beta, is composed of students interested in
the field of biology who meet once or twice
monthly in the informal comfort of the Union
Room. The programs are of two types, either
capable students are in charge as they present
"What's new in Biology", or outstanding
people in the Field of biology, medicine, or
related subjects are invited to speak. The addi-
tional activities each year include the Biology
Club Tea and two Field trips to points of scientific
interest in Chicago.
The object of the Commerce Club is to pro-
mote a mutual interest in commercial pursuits,
lamiliarizing members with the present activities
of the changing business world and developing
a spirit of Fellowship among its members.
Meetings are held at least four times a se-
mester, the dates designated by the Program
and announced by the Publicity Committee.
As one of the activities this year, the club
sponsored a Business Conference which con-
sisted oi a general forum meeting in the after-
noon followed by a banquet in the evening.
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HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
Once a month at johnson Cottage, the Home
Economics Club meets to promote home eco-
nomics and its practical applications.
Leading the club this year were Dorothy
Emholtz, president, Eleanor Zimmerman, vice-
president, l'lope Wahlin,secretary, and Marilyn
Bender, treasurer. Miss Quilling was the faculty
advisor forthe group.
Starting the year with a picnic-hike for new
members, the club had formal and informal initia-
tions. It sponsored a style show, had an ex-
change meeting with Wheaton, held a Christmas
party to which gifts were brought For needy
families, and was entertained by the foods class
at a butiet supper at johnson Cottage.
Standing, Left to Right:
Fisher, Strauel, johnson,
Muehl, Beling, Bentz,
Blotch, Patrick, Claus,
Middle Row: Dr. Keller,
fer, F. johnson, Sobeh-
Seated: Nachbaur, Eshle-
man, Roeder, Esthus,
Standing, Left to Right:
Clawson, Gauerke, L.
Passow, Bertz, Rambow,
C. Passow, Simmons,
Swalve, Kaiser, Wunsch,
man, Naffziger, Oppe-
Middle Row: L. Mast,
Roesti, Bunse, Timm, L.
Miller, Dickson, S. Lahr,
Front Row: Miss Quilling,
Kremer, Wahlin, Mrs.
Standing, Left to Right: Wuertz, Simmons, Buss, l-looton, Mrs. Dute, Dudley, Getz, Booker, Adelmann, Ritzman.
Seated: C. Grantman, Trautman, P. Ebinger, Foose, Kaiser, Felberg, Unger.
Standing, Left to Right: Schorr, Polivlca, G. Martin, D. Koten, Dr. Bishoft, Dr. Schwartz, D. Meyer, Sundby.
Seated: Neuman, Christman, W. Ebinger, Germanotta, D. Zimdars, Wendt, G. Mast.
The YWCA, under the direction of Phyllis
Ebinger, has oFFered to each girl on campus
opportunity For worlc in one of the eleven com-
mittees which function under its head.
The Freshman Worlc Committee furnished get-
acquainted activities and Big Sisters for lrosh at
the beginning of the year. Qther activities
sponsored by this group were the Aurora Worlc
Camps, The WSSF Drive, the Vocational
Guidance Career Conference.
The purpose of the YMCA is to forward ac-
tivities which help to integrate mind, soul and
body into Christian, purposeful living. The YM
working closely with the YW through a system of
eleven committees, includes among its projects-
Religious Emphasis Weelt and a vesper service
each Wednesday evening.
Warren Ebinger, Bob Wendt, Norm Christman,
and Dale Zimdars served as the directing com-
CAMPUS YOUTH FELLOWSHIP
This organization oI'Fers oppor-
tunity Ior fellowship and spiritual
growth. It sponsors the Fellowship
hours on Suuday evenings, and the
oFFi:iaI studentSunday School class at
the First Evangelical United Brethern
Church, where college and seminary
faculty members and outstanding Iay-
men challenge and guide students.
Standing, Left to Right: G. Mast, Booker,
Erdman, Dancer, Getz, Weiss, Dennis.
Seated: Hook, Attig, D. Zimdars, D.
Mole students ol all denomina-
tions who are preparing to be
ministers, missionaries and Christian
teachers belong to this organization.
At the bi-monthly meetings in the
seminary chapel they meet with
religious leaders in discussions. The
leaders in 1950-51 were Gordon
Mahnke, Robert I"Iorton, Stanley
Back Row, Left to Right: Morauski, Lemna,
Thede, B. Schmidt, Wetzstein, Ludwig.
Fifth Row: Engstrom, johns, Dennis, Flachs-
man, C. Silvernail, Hageman.
Fourth Row: D. Meyer, D. Smith, Light,
Third Row: Horton, Sundby, I-Iayes, Attig,
Marquart, Noltemeier, Fleck.
Second Row: Findley, Warner, Knoespel,
I-Ieyer, Meier, Mahnke, Crotser, Seith.
Front Row: Germanotta, G. Mast, Zimdars,
?T1rr, Stehr, Voight, Bloy, W. Silvernail,
Student Volunteers is a part ol an
international organization whose
purpose is to create interest in mis-
sions. Meetings held twice monthly,
are open to everyone interested. Out-
standing missionary speakers Ire-
quently take part in the programs.
OFIicers were: Norma Dancer, presi-
dent, Wilbur Silvernail, vice-presi-
dent, Ruth Gardner, secretary, Lois
Back Row, Left to Right: Fleck, Smith,
Seith, Engstrom, W. Silvernail, Crotser.
Third Row: Stehr, Warner, Voight, D.
Meyer, Naffziger, Walker, Steinacker.
Second Row: Spliethoff, Gauerke, Koeller,
Booker, Weiss, Dancer, Thomas.
Front Row: Gardner, Masaki, Enzi, Ziet-
Iow Thede Parker L. Passow.
The History Club is a campus
organization whose purpose is to
develop an all-around appreciation
for history. The club meets once a
month and is open to all who are
interested in history. This year's
officers were Ben Zimdars, president,
Jim Kerr, vice-president, and Elaine
Standing, Left to Right: Rawers, Hrdina.
Seated: Honel, B. Zimdars, Hower, Kerr,
To bring a little bit of France to
the United States is the purpose ol
"Le Circle Francais". This is done by
informal get-togethers where French
is spoken and programs dealing with
France are presented.
The group this year was led by
Elmer Sundby, Myron Taylor, and
Back Row, Left to Right: Bingle, Lenz,
Noltemeier, Kerr, Stirtz, Weldy.
Third Row: Littlewood, Wenzel, Kaiser,
Ritsema, O'Neill, Knoll, Hanosh.
Second Row: Getz, A. Davis, Mansen, M.
Meyer, Dresser, Bomberger.
Front Row: Mademoiselle Sicre, Sundby,
Taylor, Dr. Luntz.
Fifty members were united this
year in "Saludos Amigos" by their
interest in Spanish and Spanish cus-
Special features of the year were
the Mardi Gras and a Spanish
Barbara Griffith served as presi-
dent and was aided by Jacklyn
Freeman, Joanne Lawrence, Bob
Lukas, and Miss Bergquist, the
Back Row, Left to Right: Steele, Schloerb
Tietz, Alford, Dennis, Brickert, C. Silver-
nail, Flachsmann, Rawers.
Middle Row: Dr. Luntz, Henning, Sather,
K. Schmidt, P. Parker, Hitt, D. Miller
Eshleman, Amundson, Dancer, Wolter
Landis, Nelson, Eppley, Henderschott,
Front Row: E. Kotik, Hoch, Siemsen, Free-
man, Griffith, Lukas, Backus, Schreiber
Mack, Miss Bergquist.
WNCC, 550 Ic.c., "coming to you
from the top of Old Main at the
bottom of your dial." The Radio
Club is the nucleus of WNCC, the
campus radio station, and offers
artistic and technical production ex-
perience to its members. The officers
were: lim Keen, Herb lordan, Donna
Siemsen, Jim Bingle.
Back Row, Left to Right: Beidleman, Klip-
Middle Row: Moore, Lueptow, Siemsen,
Lueptow, W., Retzlaff.
Seated: Barger, Hayes, Peter Retzlaff,
jordan, T. Snider, Bingle, Keen.
Ruth Bauserman, president of the
Writer's Club and the other members
have dedicated their minds and pens
to the creation of good literature. In
case you thinlc you are a budding
Shakespeare, let it be Icnown that
everyone is eligible to submit manu-
scripts in an attempt to gain ad-
mittance to this group.
Back Row, Left to Right: W. Fay, Terry,
Front Row: Dresser, Taylor, D. Lahr, Bauser-
man, Prof. White, Trautman.
The International Relations Club
promotes interest and study of inter-
national problems with a view to
getting a real understanding of them.
In addition to monthly meetings,
IRC sends delegates to conferences
The International Relations Club
promotes interest and study of inter-
national problems with a view to
getting a real understanding of them.
In addition to monthly meetings,
IRC sends delegates to conferences
on international affairs. This year's
officers were Charles Attig, presi-
dent, Rosemary I'Iewitt, vice-presi-
dent and Lorna Adelman, secretary
Standing, Left to Right: St. Angelo, Liver-
nash, Littlewood, Nachbaur.
Seated: Hewitt, Kerr, Dr. McGee, Attig.
At long last there has come into the Kingdom
of North Central an organization dedicated to
the purpose of integrating commuters and
campus students into one student body. First,
let it be known that under the direction of Jim
Csloppy jalopyl Newberry a very unusual
creation was entered into the Homecoming
parade, capturing honorable mention-sur-
prisingly with all riders in tact. Second, be it
known that on the day before Thanksgiving the
commuters turned the Union Room into a
banquet hall abounding in appetizing delicacies.
The undertakings of Commuter's Club have
been successfully directed by Raul Puckorious,
Bob Bauer, Lois Gettert and Ken Myles, and
many others too numerous to mention.
Front Row, Left to Right: Lieb,
Myles, Puckorius, Getfert,
L. Erickson, Yackley.
Back Row: Heyer, D. Schultz,
Beck, Livernash, Newberry,
Flock, Sikorski, Hawthorne.
The Varsity Club, goal ol all athletically-
minded NCC men, seeks to forward a spirit of
brotherhood among varsity teams both past and
present, to promote good sportsmanship in
intercollegiate athletics and to interest promising
high school athletes in attending North Central.
Any winner of a varsity letter in either loot-
ball, basketball, track, tennis, or swimming can
become a member.
This year's projects included the Midwest
Track Meet and the annual lormal dance.
The officers were Red Weldy, Leo Hoffman,
Bill Bradish and Dick Raecker.
Top Row, Left to Right: Blessman, Mehn, Arboe, Cuda, johns, Klingbeil.
Third Row: Tarte, Besson, W. Larson, Pope, Liedtke, Pletcher, Rawers, Tietz.
Second Row: Bingle, Gauch, Lukas, Robert Heinrich, Schilling, Keller, Swanson.
Front Row: Morauski, Greenwill, Lalinsky, R. Weldy, Bradish, L. Hoffman, Raecker, Koten.
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Back Row: Left to Right: Segur
Wunsch, Myles, Erdman, Lud:
wig, Oppendahlj Weclc, j
Meyer, M. Lueptow, Bor-
Middle Row:-Stehr, Kirr, Kolb
Dilger, Koelling, Ritzert, Corn-
wall, Rodesiler, Gould, W
Lueptow, Mathew, W. Giere
Row Pi chl Schafer Haist.
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L. Heidenreich, Krunnfusz
Wisthuff, D. Zimdars.
Lelt: Back Row: Mrs. Farnham
C. Grantman, Segur.
Middle Row: Mamsen, Mrs
Front Row: Cornwall, Gibson.
Center: Back Row: Mathews, W
Lueptow, W. Giere, D. Zim-
dars, M. Lueptow, Ladd
Middle Row: Piechl, Schafer
Back Row: V. Matzlce, Trautman
Right: Back Row: Borsaclc, jacob-
son, R. l-leidenreich, M. Hoo
Middle Row: Knight, Schweilcert
Front Row: Brandt, Erdman.
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Back Row, Left to Right: Whitman, P. Ebinger, Miss Wyle.
Middle Row: Crosby, lrwin, jackson.
Front Row: Trautman, C. Grantman, Lederman, Zaininger.
Back Row, Lelt'to Right: B. Berg, Mathison, Krunnfusz, Ludwig, Ladd, Ritzert, Moore, Engstrom, Fleck, Peichl.
FourtIl2 RovrsC1D.l-Smith, Flachsmann, Wellnitz, Hayes, Walz, Berlcompas, Utzman, Gould, Snider, P. Retzlait, Steele,
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Thrfdsiaiisty. Klieilang, Emi, c. omnrmqn, M. Bender, Feiberg, Hoist, zqanrnger, M. sreeie, sregmeref, Fiugum, Mock,
c af , w'n.
Second Rdavll: Lahdis, l-larrison, Blythe, l'litt, Uebele, Foose, Weiss, Crosby, L. Mast, lckes, V. Matzlce, Beck, Dancer,
Front Row: Ritzel, Roesti, Ritsema, L. l-leiclenreich, Whitman, Lederman, l-lostetler, Barth, Tate, R. l-leidenreich, Meyer,
Seated, Left to Right:
P. Ebinger, Keen,
Bertz, M. Meyer,
Irwin, R. Polivka
Nachbauer, Tietz, J
Wendt, W. Schmidt
This year the names of fourteen North Central
seniors were added to the directory of Who's
Who Among Students in Colleges and Uni-
versities in the United States. This is a directory
of outstanding members of graduating classes in
colleges and universities in the United States.
Business and industries in the country malce
great use of this directory in seeking candidates
for specific occupations.
Students are chosen on numerous qualities,
among them being: personal integrity, character,
scholastic standing, and contributions to the
college. The students are selected by a com-
mittee ot faculty members, the number admitted
being based on the total enrollment of the
High scholarship and character are character-
istic of the students admitted into the Honors
Society each year. Students are elected in
February and in june, permitting second se-
mester juniors with a grade index of 2.65 and
seniors with a grade index of 2.5 to be potential
candidates. The number accepted is not limited
as long as they pass the requirements set up
and the Faculty committee selected for this pur-
pose agrees to their admittance. Bob Wendt
served as President for 1950-51, while Trudy
Nachbaur acted as Secretary-Treasurer.
Standing: Simonsen Bom
berger, Zimdars, D Graf
Fith, Dr. Eigenbrodt Wendt
Nachbaur, Hewitt Brons
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Seated: Lukas, Haas Shoger
PoIivka,Grantmcin C Lind
Too olten receiving little credit for the
good worlc they do, nevertheless, the spirit
of sports at college would not have been at
all highhadit not been for our competent
cheerleaders. These six students worlfed
hard all year to lceep morale high in the
student body and to cheer the athletic
teams to victory.
Present at every football and basketball
game, and always giving their best, this
aggregation ol pep leaders were instru-
mental in building a better spirit at North
Central. lack Dennis headed the group this
year,and had the responsibility ofplanning
pep meetings. Germanotta, Mertz,
Davis, Siemsen and Felberg formed a nu-
cleus that was dependable and etficient.
New members chosen to help out next year
are Marilyn Brownell, Ship Filbey and Bill
Donna Jack Rainy
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Middle Row: Besson, Larson, D. Neuman, Duane Kreske, Dale Kreske, St. Angelo, Ciossell, Reinhold Heinrich, Raecker,
Front Row: Dobrowski, Darby, Thoresen, Thinnes, Will, Gauch, Robert Heinrich, Liedtke, Morauski, Pletcher, Mgr.
The 1950 edition ol the North Central football
team was a record breaking crew with the
emphasis on olilense and an abandonment of
defensive eltorts. The Olsonmen Finished the
season with a .500 win-loss percentage, winding
up in a tie lor fourth place in the Little Nine
standings with Lake Forest garnering two wins
and three losses. With the passing ol quarterback
Mike Pope to ends Duane Mehn, and Elton
-lietz and the rushing ol Tunk Dunning, Dan
Dobrowski, l-lowie Eby, and Red 'larte the
squad was the highest scoring outfit to ever
represent NC. ln scoring 237 points the Cards
eclipsed the record total ol 217 set by the 19Q9
team and at the same time cracked another
mark with dubious honor, by giving a total of
Q20 points to opponents.
The total oltensive yardage mark reached
3097 yards 1947 rushing and 1150 passing.
Mike Pope's trusty right arm gave him a passing
completion average ol .529 For the year and his
punting average soared to 39.6 yards per try.
'lunk Dunning led the rushing offensive with
797 yards For a 6.5 average and scored 13
touchdowns to give him team scoring honors with
78 points, thereby earning his title ol "Mr. TD".
The gridders opened the season in a game in
which caution was thrown to the winds as the
Cards passing filled the sky with aerial Fireworks
to combat the strong Wesleyan running attack.
-larte and Dunning each tallied twice, but when
the smoke of battle cleared the score stood NC
33, IW 41. ln the next game at Monmouth,
Dunning again ran wild but a First hall lead tell
before a two TD Monmouth onslaught.
The lollowing week the Olsonmen drubbed
the Elmhurst team with a steaming attack 52-0,
and then followed with a thrilling upset win over
a rugged Lake Forest eleven in which the locals
came from behind with three minutes to play on
a pass from Pope to Tietz that was detected oft a
l:orester's Fingertips only to be caught in a diving
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North Central ........
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Monmouth . . .
Elmhurst . ..
Lalce Forest .
Carroll . .
Millikin . . . .
Manchester .. .
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Wheaton . .
Lalce Forest . . .
North Central . .
Carthage . .
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North Central ........ 14 Wheaton . . .
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he flopped over for the score. Walt l.arson's
point after touchdown gave the game to the
Cardinal red and white.
Next came the Homecoming clash in which
the Cards beat Carroll College '21-6 in a game
which featured rugged defensive play and
The Wheaton Crusaders came into town the
next week and made themselves at home
trouncing the Redmen 49-14, retaining the
Little Brass Bell. The Cards recovered from this
rout the next week but fell short of a win being
nosed out by two points, 41-39 by Millikin.
Keeping up this scoring pace the Gridders beat
Manchester 52-38 to close the season on a vic-
tory note at home. ln this clash Dunning scored
four times, one coming on a sensational twisting,
turning 75 yard kickoff return.
Mike Pope, Dan Dobrowski, and Duane
Mehn were selected for the All-CCI offensive
squad and Elt-lietz made the defensive array as a
result of his formidable play.
Back Row, Left to Right: R. Wagner, Hey, Lambrecht,
Harr, Wenzel, Wandrey, Coach Somrek.
Front Row: Derrick, Kroll, Kloska, Hedden, Cooper,Kell-
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Front Row:,Claus, Weldy, Hoffman, Cuda, Lalinsky.
Playing their third season with Coach Olsons'
last break the North Central basketball team's
record was not as good as their previous season's.
The last break ol Olson's enabled the team to
win 6 games while losing 13. During play in the
C.C.l. the Olsonmen won 2 while losing 8. The
Cards had their share ol bad luck as 7 ol the
games they lost were by only 5 points or less.
Don Arboe, Leo Hoffman, Bill Bradish, Frank
Cuda, and Dick Claus along with Co-Captains
Bob l.alinsky and "Red" Weldy were considered
the lirst rate players on the team and did most
ol the scoring lor the season. Prospects lor next
year look good as Bradish, lvlehn, Ulrich, Hahn,
Stachnik, and Warden are "all due to return
barring any encounter with "Uncle Sam". ln the
meanwhile, Hahn and Warden were new on the
team at the beginning ol the second semester and
deserve a good hand For the line ball they
played. Freshman Tom Stachnik, one ol the
most promising players lor next year, improved
as the season progressed and should prove to be
an asset to the team next year.
Bob Weldy again took top scoring honors
with 270 points. l.eo Hallman took second
honors with Q41 points and Don Arboe took
third place with 197 points. Bob Weldy set a
new all-time scoring record as he totaled 791
points over a lour-year period. Bill Bradish won
North Central's Free Throw Trophy by shooting
a 68921 average. Leo Holtman was voted by
his teammates lor the Most Valuable Player
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Grinnell 59-47. Then they lost to a tall illinois
Normal 57-53. Their first conference victory
came at home asthey drubbed Augustana 75-58.
Then losing their first conference game to Lake
Forest 63-58 they bounded baclf with a 69-67
thriller over lll. Tech. Over Christmas vacation
they toolc part in a tourney at Terre Haute,
lnd. being eliminated in their first game by
Kansas Wesleyan 63-59. The Olsonmen lost a
thrilling game to lll. Tech. 65-63 in a close nip
and tuclc battle down to the last five seconds.
Carthage was North Central's second conference
victim as they fell to the Cards 66-58. After
losing to lll. Wesleyan 80-63, l.alce Forest 70-
66, and to lnd. Central 77-75 in an overtime
tilt, the Cards came close to beating their bitter
rivals, Wheaton, in a close contest here on the
Merner court 77-76 after having led most of the
way. The Cards lost two more conference games
to Millikin 85-62 and to lll. College before
taking a game from Elmhurst 65-63. They then
lost to Wheaton again over on the Crusaders
court 85-78 and losing to the same Elmhurst
team they had previously beaten 65-63 by the
score of 84-78. The Cards ended up the season
at home with a 87-80 win over Coe. Their
final game was with DePaul and the Demons had
no trouble in setting a new scoring record with
a 101-70 score. All in all the Cards had a lair
season and could have won a Few more games if
they had had a few brealcs in their favor.
Back Row, Left to1Right: Coach Lukas, Sahs, Kohlman,
Larson, Bueche, Mgr.
Front Row: Dale Kreske, Herrick, B. Berg.
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Back Row: Left to Right: Lukas, Keller, R. Swanson, Bengs, Hedden, l'lanosh, Ulrich, Spong, Tarte, Eastman.
Front Row: l-lauck, Mehn, Weldy, Patterson, Braun, Besson, Reif, Claus, Bazant.
The 1950 nine improved over the 1949 squad
by jumping from seventh to filth place in the
CCI conference with a record of 4 wins and 4
losses for a percentage ol .500. They were able
to do this despite the disadvantage of not having
any practice or intrasquad games. Alter losing
the First three tilts to Eureka, lll. College, and
Elmhurst the Cards took Eureka into camp by
scoring 16 runs to Eureka's 6. This was followed
by their First conference win as they beat Lake
Forest 7-6. A losing streak ol: four games lol-
lowed this win as they lost to III. Wesleyan, lll.
Tech., Lake Forest and Macomb. On College
Day the Olsonmen pleased the crowd with a
14-7 win over Elmhurst. This was followed by a
loss to Augustana and two wins over Wheaton
to end the 1950 season with a record ol five
wins and eight losses.
Red Tarte was the leading hitter with a .326
average Followed by Norrie Cross and Ray
Keller with identical averages ot .300. Other
stalwarts were Bill Bazant, Dick Braun, Don Reif,
Chuck Besson, Dan Dobrowski, Bob Weldy,
Dick Claus, Gerry Spong and Ken Patterson.
THE SEASON RECORD
North Central ........ 1
North Central ........ 10
North Central ........ 2
North Central ........ 14
Eureka ........ . . . 5
lllinois College ...... 10
Elmhurst ............ 8
Eureka ........ . . . 6
Lake Forest ......... 6
Illinois Wesleyan ..... 10
Illinois Tech. ........ 21
Lake Forest .... . . . 6
Macomb .... . . . 3
Elmhurst . . . . . . 7
Wheaton .... . . . 5
Augustana . . . . . . 9
Wheaton . . . . . 2
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I nvitational Track
Loyola tied Wheaton lor the title in the 13th
running ol the Midwest relays in the Merner
Fieldhouse while North Central was blanked For
the First time alter placing among the top three in
ten out of the thirteen years.
Wheaton entered the last event two points
ahead of Loyola 49-47 putting the final out-
come ol the meet on the 8-lap relay which the
Ramblers won in record time, 227 breaking the
mark set by NC in 1937. The victory gave
Loyola, pre-meet favorites, 57 points to equal
the Crusaders, who finished second, insuring a
tie. Bob Kelly, crack Loyola two-miler, set a
new meet and Fieldhouse record in his specialty,
his mark of 9:-42.1 breaking the old meet mark
ol 9:53.1 and Fieldhouse time ol 9:48.7 both of
which he established last year.
Three other records were set, in the pole vault
Jerry Donley of Beloit soared 13' 9", lowa
State Teachers cracked the two-mile relay mark,
and Loyola cracked the 12-lap relay record.
Pole vaulter Jerry Donley won the trophy as
the outstanding performer of the meet and Sonny
Price won the achievement trophy through wins
in both hurdles events and in the broad jump to
amass 15 points lor the Wheaton score. Coach
Bill Olson filled in for the ailing L.C. Belding to
run oft the meet on a successful note.
Top: Liz l-loel, Joyce Mertz, Leila Harrer, Lynn Sch-
neider, Lorrie Frank.
Center "Queenly Smile" Dale Kreske on relay
Bottom: "It pays to be a winner???"
Back Row, Left to Right: jurzyna, Dale Kreske.
Middle Row: Chapek, Cooper, Patrick, Skirmont.
Front Row: Coach Belding: W. jelinek, Sebastian, Morauski, Adams, D. Neuman, R. Miller, Mgr.
The 1950 outdoor traclc squad suffered from
loss ol distance aces Dave Meloney and Warren
Ebinger but still managed to hold their own
through the roughest ol competition. The chief
scorers for the Beldingmen were Tiny Anderson,
shot-putter and Bob MacAllister sprinter and
hurdler, followed closely by Rollie l-lauclt,
Anderson copped a third in the shot put and
the relay team composed of Don -liheuer, lim
Bingle, Bob Boggess, and Dave Meloney toolc a
Fifth position to give NC four points and a twelfth
finish in the Elmhurst Relays.
North Central 62
North Central Q6
North Central 51
North Central 43
North Central 68
LaGrange Jr. 42 Morton Jr. 24
Concordia 40 Morton jr. 26-
Loyola 82 Illinois Tech. 6
North Central 75 1X2 Illinois Tech. 33 U2-
Morton jr. 30 1X2
North Central 33 1f5 Millikin 81 1X2-
lllinois Wesleyan 45 3f1O
North Central 38 U. of Chicago 93
Left to Right: Top Row: Boggess, Anderson, Countryman.
Middle Row: Ebinger, Dunning, McCallister.
Bottom Row: Boggess, Theuer, Maloney, Boggess, Bingle, Maloney.
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Baclc Row, Left to Right: Mason, Noerenberg, J. Neuman, Groot, Coach Hal Henning.
Middle Row: Will, Ericlcson, Koenitzer, P. Retzlaff, Westine.
Front Row: Rawers, Schilling, l-lanosh, Scott.
North Central's swimming team for the second
year in a row has come through with flying
colors. The strong well-balanced squad under
the expert coaching of Dr. "Hal" l'lenning,
former Olympic star, toolc top honors in the
conference and a third in the Midwest lnvita-
The mermen started the season slowly by losing
their first two meets. l'lowever, the team through
strenuous work came bacl4 the hard way to win
eight straight meets, thus equaling last years
record in dual competition.
The Henningmen walked away with prac-
tically all laurels at the conference meet held at
lll. Wesleyan. Conference records were set by
Paul Retzlaff in the 100 yard free style, ,lohn
Westine in the 440 yard free style, and Doug
Scott in the Q00 yard breast strolce. Among other
first placers were our Medley Relay Team, Free
Style Relay Team, and ,lim Nueman in the 60
yard free style. Contributing also to this well-
earned victory were l.en Curoat, Curly Noeran
burg, Tom Schilling and Art Rawers and George
ln the Midwest lnvitational meet NCC,
through the efforts of the never tiring Paul Retz-
laff with his first place and record time of1:45 in
the individual medley, came through with a
Captain Paul Retzlafl toolc top honors inthe
newly inaugurated inter-squad Pentathalon.
john Westine tool4 second trailing Paul by only
11 points. Both men received individual trophies.
The student body is proud of NCC's swimming
team and congratulates it on a job really well
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North Central 29
North Central 40
North Central 43
North Central 40
North Central 57
North Central 44
North Central 50
North Central 49
North Central 48
Illinois Wesleyan 42
lllinois Tech. 46
Navy Pier 35
U. of Wisconsin Ext. 32
1X2 Geo. Williams 17 1X2
lll. Normal 25
George Williams 27
North Central College ................ .... 5 4
lllinois Wesleyan ..... .... 3 3
Augustana ........ .... 2 6
Elmhurst ...... . . 0
Captained by Dorie Pratt and
aided by the returning letterwinners
Connie Langher and Sally Rilling,
the Merner Mermaids splashed-
against the Aquabelles from North
Park, Wheaton and Herzl. The girls
again lacked outside competition but
under the able tutelage of Eleanor
Arden they conducted many inter-
Among the point gainers for the
team were free stylers Dorie Pratt,
Connie Langher, Liz Hoel and Barb
VanAdestine, Backstrokers Ruth
Lord and Lydia Booker, Breast-
strokers Sally Rilling and Violet
Pal, and Diver Carol lV1amsen.
After a highly successful season of
seven victories and one defeat the
Belding-coached golfers played their
poorest golf of the year and came
in fifth in the conference meet playing
the part of generous hosts to champ-
ion Elmhurst, and runner-ups Lake
Forest, Carthage and Millikin.
The teemen who lettered were:
Captain Dick Uphoff, Warren Vodak,
Mike Pope, Bob lV1arquardt,George
Stephens, and Bob Meisner. Bob
Marquardt was the only golfer who
ran true to form in the meet finishing
second with a sparkling 156.
Wheaton ...... 2
North Central .... 11 Wheaton .... 1
North Central .... 91fg Elmhurst ...... 81f2
North Central 131fg U. of Chi. ..... 41f2
North Central .... 10
Ill. School of
Lake Forest. . .1 0112
Lake Forest . . . 6
lll. School of
Optometry. . 4
Mamsen, Pal, Van Adestine, Hoel, Bohn Booker Laugher Rillrng
Pratt, Arden, Instructor.
Top: Mike Pope, Warren Vodak
Bottom: Dick Uphoff, Bob Marquardt
WOMEN S TENNIS
Left to Rrght Ruth Cobb Dorle Dlewall oyce Keller Betty Staley Betty Menzel
Womens Tennzs l95O
The 1950 women racl4eteers coached by Miss
Tanner had a great tennrs season smashing
through wrth 5 vrctorres 2 defeats and 1 tue
The climax for the year was the state rnvrtatronal
tournament when the team met strlf competrtron
r sultrng rn a second place rn doubles Betty
Staley and oyce Keller lost to lndlana Um
versrty rn the frnals
Smashrng lor the team were oyce Keller
Betty Staley Betty Low Menzel Dons Drewall
Ruth Cobb and Marcia Bett
Mens Tenms l95O
The netmen under the tutelage ol Coach
Chuclc Evert closed an indifferent season wrth a
Fourth place rn the conference meet at whrch
North Central acted as hosts -lhns was an un
expected hnrsh alter a rather drsmal season ol
play Lalce Forest copped the trtle wrth Augus
tana runnrng a close second Over the season the
racqueteers won but one match droppmg srx and
tremg one 'lennrs lettermen were ohn Koenrtzer
Wally Gabel -lom Greenwrll Paul McGee
Bob Koenrtzer and Ray Polrvlca
U of III Med School
Unrv of Chrcago
MEN S TENNIS
Left to Rrght Bob Koenrtzer ohn Koenrtzer Tom Greenwrll Paul McGee
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Back Row, Left to Right: Sonnen-
berg, Langher,lPratt, L. Passow,
O'Brien, Leiser, Ritsema, Backus,
Gelfert, Esthus, D. johnson.
Third Row: Haas, Felberg, D. Miller,
Steinaclser, Wallces, Oppedahl,
Mundorff, Wagner, Dudley,
Second Row: Walter, Amundson,
Frank, Getz, Anderson, Claw-
son, A. Fairbanlc, Wadewitz,
Front Row: Diewall, Bohm, Keller,
Miss Tanner, Mertz, Wunsch,
W. A. A.
1951 Glficers were Dottie
Emholtz, Pres., Ruby Bohm,
Vice-Pres., Joyce Mertz, Sec.,
Joyce Keller, -lreas. The all
sports trophy was awarded to
the senior class for the second
consecutive year and this years
intramural baslcetball tourna-
ment also won by the seniors,
the volleyball tournament won
by the juniors. Our individual
intramural sport winners were,
Donna Wadawitz, tennis, Eve-
lyn Hubbard, archery, and
Marilyn Leiser, Ping-Pong.
Top Row, Left to Right: All Sports
Cup Winners-Class of '51, W.
A.A. Tennis Winner-Wadewitz.
Bottom Row: Volleyball Champs-
Class of '52, Winning Archers-
l-lubbard and Staley.
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Under the leadership ol co-chairman Vonnie
Kremer and Don Kliphardt, this year's Home-
coming introduced many new and ditterent
A gala intercollegiate talent show presented
by talent from seven nearby colleges Friday
night-began the festivities. The program
was highlighted by Elton -l'ietz's selection
ol the Homecoming Queen, chosen by
popular vote ot the student body. Phyllis
Ebinger was the luclcy girl. lmmediately after
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the coronation, the queen and her court,
which was composed of Miriam Felberg,
Connie Langher, Joyce Nlertz and Mary
Ritzman, led the procession to Fort Hill Campus
forthe traditional bonfire.
Saturdayis activities began with the trash-
soph scrap and alumni-senior women soccer
game. The annual Homecoming parade, which
made its way from Old Main down to the Field-
house, was made up, this year, of nearly thirty
First prize was won by the WA!-'X float, whose
theme was "Toss Out for Victory." The best
decorated dorm? T'was Bolton Hall. All
trophies were awarded by President Geiger at
half-time of the game.
As regards the game, North Central's victory
21-6 gave everyone a special thrill since this was
the first time in nine games that North Central
had beaten Carroll.
The alumni banquet was held in First EUB
Church this year. Alumni Carl Zager and Martha
l'limmel provided musical entertainment on the
banquet program and Dr. l-larry Oberhelman,
noted surgeon and alumnus of NCC, gave the
The program ol professional talent drew a
crowd of 800 alumni and students Saturday
Sunday afternocn at 3:30 o'clocl4 the l'lome-
coming Vespers, held in Grace EUB Church,
concluded the Homecoming weekend.
Top: Queen Phyl Ebinger.
Middle Row: Mirium Felberg, Connie Langher.
Bottom Row: Joyce Mertz, Mary Ritzman.
A welcome vacation for busy students was
College Day, 1950, but actually few of us slept
late that morning, lor much was in the olting as
North Central-ites prepared to entertain enthusi-
astic visitors and alumni. As an innovation, the
numerous signs in strategic places guaranteed
that no one would miss out on the lun.
The festivities began in Pfeiffer Hall as
graduating Dee Freshley formally presented the
gavel to Dean Long, the recently elected student
body president. A highlight of the program was
the dedication of the 1950 Spectrum to Pro-
fessor Edward N. l'limmel. Then too, the En-
semble Singers provided a musical treat with
Fred Waring's arrangement of "The Nutcracker
Suite", as a preface to the main attraction of the
morning-the Home Ec fashion show in which
North Central coeds modeled their creations
as they stepped to heavenly organ music over
a "Stairway to the Stars". As another new
feature of the new outdoor College Day, the
band played a peppy concert on the lawn,
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which served to make the transition from Pfeiffer
Hall to other campus buildings for the many
classroom exhibits a more pleasant experience.
Nature cooperated with NC that day in that
the sun provided an excellent overhead lighting
effect for the afternoon events on Fort Hill
Campus. Here talented freshman girls enter-
tained the 1949 royalty with tumbling, modern
dancing, and tightrope wallcing. This previewed
the graceful Maypole Dance, after which King
Rex "Tiny" Anderson selected Miss Barbara
lrwin as his new Queen of the May. To complete
the afternoon the baseball team contributed 3
thrilling hours as NC trounced Lalce Forest by a
score of 14-7.
The feature of the evening was the Theater
Guild production of "Our Town", in Pfeiffer
Hall, after which pajama-clad frosh men led
the procession to the fieldhouse where Queen
Barbara chose her King Rex, Warren Ebinger, to
climax a wonderful College Day.
Queen Barb Irwin
Left to Right: Mary Ritzman, Bev. Zaininger, Phyl Ebinger, Not pictured-Elaine Giere.
"Button Frosh" "Does It Hurt?" "Getting Up"
"Ugh" "Dirty Noses" "Southern Exposure"
"Charming Ladies?" "Cleaning the Pond" "Too bod, tough luck
"Push, Kid, Push"
Top Row: Second Semester Students-Webster, Simmons, Droeger, Newell, l-l. Voss
Middle Row: "Androcles ond the Lion", l-lousemothers-Standing-Mrs. Luboch, Mrs. Hunter, Mrs. Dute, Seated
Mrs. Turner, Miss Meier.
Bottom Row: Scene: Union Room. Time: 9:30 A.M. "l Do".
A new feature added to the Spectrum this year
was the snap contest. Publicity was started early
in the year, but we are sorry to say that the
response was slow in getting started. The pictures
to be submitted were to be of any type of subject
and were judged on their potential interest and
appeal to the average student, clarity and
clearness for suitable reproduction. The winning
trophy was awarded to Jerry Stirtz on College
Day For his picture Caboveb ol Professor Pinney at
the organ. Those that we felt deserved special
mention are found below, "Up a Tree" was
tal4en by Betsy Erdman, Skip Filbey submitted
the snap of the three handsome heroes, while
lim Blalcelee snapped his room-mate in the
Up A tree" "Come On Out Boys" "Comfy"
"Cole's Colleseum" "Topsy, Turvy"
inset-"Aw Right You Guys"
'This Could Happen
'What are they?"
IF the Shoe Fits"
She's Lovely, She's Engaged" "
"On Top ofthe World" "Blue Monday" "Glug" "
"Say Thar Boy" "Nuf Said" "Harem Scarem" '
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Dear Mom and Dad:
l've been digressing For a Few moments From
my thoughts of Chaucer, Newton, and Freud in
order to think back over the fun of the past
year. No, l haven't become a social butterfly but
my attentions outside of studying have been
many and satisfying.
Look back with me over all that's happened,
and even though you've shared most of these
experiences with me only on paper, l know you'll
enjoy these moments of nostalgia.
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. . . formal reception of Frosh at Kaufman l-lall,
review old pictures and SPECTRUMS . . . "And-
rocles l'lill and the Lion Gieren . . . Sadie
Hawkins Day celebration with Daisy Mae
Scotty Elliott . . . Charles Eagle Plume on
Pheitter State with lndion Folklore . . . Thanks-
giving Holiday Tea . . .Music Marathon won by
the Harmonettes alter a close contest . . . Platter
Splash in Merner Pool with Connie's and Dorie's
outstanding "Hot Canary" . .. Christihas vaca-
tion at last-Food-doodle--sleep . . . concert
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Sis and Brother Banquets . . . Victorious lrosh at
the annual Dupage Battle . . . Simonson, Steele
contest For Student Body President . . . enrollment
has dropped about 100 students. . . "Kick-ott in
Fall Fashions" sponsored by the Home Ec Club
. . . Seniors pick straw hats lor class distinctons
. . . Floyd Thompson named Public Relations
man . . . George St. Angelo drew applause as
Religious Emphasis speaker. . .Woe Week and
its p.j's, peanut race, clean pond'?? and slave
duties . . . Football season starts, hopes and dis-
appointments . . . Homecoming with its inter
Collegiate Variety Show, Queen Phyl, Mile
long parade, jalopy contest, VICTORY over
Carroll,Gay Claridge Stage Show, Sun. vesper
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gratis Sock-l'lop inspired by Len Koeder . . .
Holiday Lane at Kroehler proves to be an all-
out attair. . . Commuters Noon Yule Banquet . ..
W.N.C.C.'s Messiah . . . Christman Vespers . . .
dining hall formal Christman Dinners show how
nice we can really loolc when we try . . . "The
Thing" . . . "The Old Curiosity Shop" courtesy ol
N.S.A .... "The Proposal" and "Another
Beginning" . . . Mlle. Sicre elected queen of
French Club at annual party . . . Foreign students
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Gudrun Frese Erickson-Germany, Toh Leong
Tau-Malaya, Toshio Ota-Japan, Ben Pira-
lran, Shega Mosalci-Japan, John Stettler-
Switzerland form unique deputation crew . . .
Vienna Choir Boys . . . Gold and Fizdale hold
lceyboard caper on Pheitfer Stage . . . Miss
l-largis resumed work with Red Cross . . . Dr.
DeLong goes to Michigan . . . Robert Shaw
Chorale with memorable "Nothing Lilce a Dame
and Oklahoma" . . .Carnation Ball . . .Autumn
Nocturne . . . Soph Scandals . . . "Vignette" . ..
jr. Sr. Prom at St. Charles . . .the second "Sham-
roclc Room" taltes over the Union Room . . .
College Day, annual style show, dedication of
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game, and senior class play "The Man Who
Came to Dinner" . . . All-School Talent Show
...Varsity Spring Ball . . . Fine Arts Festival . . .
Mid-West traclc meet, Queen Leila . . . Mid-
West Swimming Meet . . . senior "Seniorties" at
old Kroehler . . .tennis and golf teams . . .and
last but more important GRADUATION . . .
how the underclassmen envied those seniors.
Yes, it's been a busy but most memorable year.
It was lilce no other and no other will ever be lil4e
it. -lhanlcs For letting me wistlully review it with
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Miss Phyllis Ebinger
Some of us remember a beautiful queen-poised, gracious and smiling.
Some of us remember a quiet, eliiicient and reliable "Y" president. Some of
us remember an intelligent, thorough and humble student. All of us, however,
remember a lovely, friendly girl whose deeds, relationships and whole life
were an example and a lift to everyone shemet. For all these things, Phyl will
live on with us.
ADELMAN. LORNA ANN, B.A. Sociology '
Central College 2, 3, 45 International Relations Club 1. 3, 45 YNY .-
C.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Co-Chairman Vllorld Fellowship 45 N.S.A. 25
Spanish Club 25 Minnesota Booster Club 2, 3. 4.
ALBERTUS, WILLARD YV.. B.A. Psychology
1Vriters Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 4.
ALLEN, HOXVARD, B.A. Physical Education
Wisconsin Booster Club 1. 2, 3, 45 Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Foot-
ball 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2.
AMUNDSON, LOUISE, B.A., Education
Moorhead State Teachers College 1, 25 Kappa Pi 2, Rho Lambda
Chi 1, Secretary 25 North Central College 3, 45 Minnesota Booster
Club 3, 45 W.A.A. 3.4.
ASKEW, KENNETH, B.A. English, Psychology
University of Detroit 15 North Central College 2, 3, 45 Radio
Club 2, 3, 45 Seager Association 2, 3, 45 VVriters Club 45 Swimming
Team 45 Spanish Club 2.
BERTZ, EILEEN, B.S. Home Economics
Spectrum 1, 2, 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2,
3, 45 Chronicle Staff 1, 3, 45 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Commerce Club 45 Radio Club 4, Women's News Staff 45 VVho's
lVho Among Students in Colleges and Universities 45 Chairman of
Home Economics Style Show 3.
BIERBIA, KENNETH R.. B.S. Engineering Science
Iowa State College 1, 2, 35 North Central College 4.
BIRR, ROBERT R., B.S. Zoology, Chemistry
Chemistry Club 1. 2. 3. Reporter 45 Biology Club 1. 2, 3. 45 Class
Vice-President 35 Track 1.
BJORKBIAN, CAROL, B.A. Economics
Grinnell College 1, 25 North Central College 3, 45 Commuters
BLESSBIAN, RALPH, B.S. Commerce, Psychology
Varsity Swimming Manager 2, 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
BLOTCH, ALAN V., B.S. Engineering Science
BOOKER, LYDIA, B.A. Psychology
Rainbow Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 C.Y.F. Council 2, 45 Student
Volunteers 1. 2, 4. Vice-President 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Biology
Club 35 Y.VV.C.A. Cabinet 45 Civil Rights Committee 3, 45 English
Assistant 35 Psychology Assistant 45 VVater Ballet 35 Deputation 3.
BRECKMAN, ROBERT L., B.S. Commerce
Commerce Club 4.
BRIGGS, JAMES. B.S. General Science
BRONS, KENNETH A., B.A. Mathematics, Physics
Chemistry Club 1, 25 Class Treasurer 35 Honor Society 4.
BUNSE, RUTH, B.S. Home Economics
VVestmar College 1, 25 Home Economics Club 1, Treasurer 25
Pep Club 25 Kansas Club 1, 25 North Central College 3, 45 K-
Oklamo Club 3, 45 Home Economics Club 3, 45 Biology Club 35
Mothers Day Tea Co-Chairman 3.
BURKHOLDER, RONALD, B.S. Commerce, Economics
Commerce Club 1, 2, 45 Commuters Club 4.
BUSS, LEOTA. B.A. English
Sigma Tau Delta 2, Secretary 3, President 45 Y.VV.C.A. Cabinet
3, 45 K-Oklamo Club 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 1, President 25
Chronicle Staff 45 Student Volunteers 15 Dormless Damsels 25
French Club 1, 25 Spectrum Staff 4.
CHRISTMAN, NORMAN R., B.S. Physical Education
P Band 2, 35 Glee Club 25 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, Secretary 45
Student. Council 35 Chronicle Staff 2, 35 Spectrum Staff 2, 45 Seager
Association 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Deputation 3.
CLAUS, RICHARD M., B.S. Commerce
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Varsity Club 3. 45 Student Finance Board 2, 3, 4,.
CROTSER, JOHN, B.A. History
Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Student Volunteers 1, 2, 3, 45 Youth
Fellowship 1, 2.
CUDA, FRANK, B.S, Physical Education
La Grange Junior College 15 Kalamazoo College 25 North Central
College 3, 45 Basketball 45 Varsity Club 4
DALRYMPLE, DEAN E., B.A. History
Band 1, 25 History Club 1, 45 International Relations Club 25
Spanish Club 2.
DENNIS, JOHN, B.A. Psychology
Men's Glee Club 1, 25 Michigan Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 All
School Social Committee 1, 2, 45 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 35 Spanish
Club 3, 45 Alpha Psi Omega 3, 45 Chronicle Sports Editor 45 Cheer-
leader 2, 3, Captain 45 "Ambassadors" Quartette 2, 3, 4.
DIEWALL, DORIS, B.S. Physical Education, Biology
Band 1, 2, 35 W.A.A. 1, Board of Control 2. 3, 45 Varsity Tennis
Team 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Beta Beta Beta 45 May Fete Com-
giittee 25 Silent Chapel Committee 25 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2,
DUSEK, EDVVARD A., B.S. Commerce
Commerce Club 4.
EBINGER, PHYLLIS, B.A. English
Class VVomen's Representative 2, 35 Secretary of Student Council
35' French Club 2, 35 Sigma Tau Delta 2, 45 vice President 35
Vlomen s Glee Club 1, 25 Social Committee 25 C.Y.F. Secretary
23 LPuQlership Training Co-Chairman 35 Harmonettes 2, 3, 45
Honor Society 3, 45 Chapel Choir 15 Festival Chorus 25 Y.VV.C A.
Area Representative 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 VVho's VVho
Among Students in Colleges and Universities 4.
EBINGER, VVARREN, B.A. Sociology
Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 45 "Ambassadors"
Quai-tette 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Chapel Choir 2, 35 Festival Chorus 35
C.Y.F. Vice-President 35 Religious Life Council 3, 45 Cross-Country
Team 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Varsity Club 3. 45 Seager Association
3, 45 Student- Volunteers 45 Library Assistant 1, 2, 3.
EICHELKRAUT, NIIRIAB1, B.A. hIathematics, English
All-College Social Committee 15 Silent Chapel Committee 2, 45
French Club 45 VVriters Club 45 Y.W.C.A. Vocational Guidance
Committee 45 Chairman of Kaufman Hall Devotions 45 Secretary-
Treasurer of Kaufman Hall 1.
ERIHOLTZ. DOROTHY, B.A. Home Economics, Physical Ed.
VV.A.A. Board of Control 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45
Athletic Board of Control 45 Home Economics Club 1. Treasurer
2, Publicity Chairman 3, President 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Biology Club
3, 45 Spectrum 3, Associate Editor 45 All-School Social Committee
2, Properties lvlanager 3, 45 Kaufman Hall President 15 Minnesota
Booster Club 1, 2, 4, Secretary 35 Co-Chairman of Class Activities
3, Student Union Board of Control 35 VVomen's Varsity Tennis
Nlanager 35 C.Y.F. Council 35 Chronicle Staff 1, 2, 3, VVomen's
Sports Editor 4.
ERDlN'IAN, NIARYBETH, B.A. English, French
French Club 1, 2, 4. President 35 Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 41
Choir 1, 25 Sigma Tau Delta 3, Secretary-Treasurer 45 Y.WV.C.A.
Publicity Chairman 35 C.Y.F. Publicity Chairnian5 English Assist-
ant- 45 Chronicle Staff 3, 4.
ETTENHOFER, ARNOLD, B.A. Psychology
FAIRBANK, MARY, B.A. Speech
Northwestern University 1, 25 North Central College 3, 45
VVriters Club 3, Vice-President 45 Commutcrs Club 3, 45 "The
Festered Lily" 35 Alpha Psi Omega 45 Sigma Tau Delta 45 Chapel
Committee 35 Religioim Emphasis VVeek Committee 4.
FAY, GERALD, B.A. English
FEAVER, LAURENCE, B.A. Sociology h
Purdue University 1, 25 hflilitary Band 1. 25 Alpha Chi Rho
Fraternity 1, 25 North Central College 3, 45 lXIen's Glee Club 35
Kappa Kappa Club President 35 Pi Gamma Mu 4.
FENNER, GORDON, B.S. Economics, Commerce
Mens' Glee Club 1.
FLYNN, JANIES, B.S. Commerce
FOSTER, SHIRLEY. B.A. Psychology
FRANK, LORRAINE, B.S. Home Economics I .
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4, Publicity Chairman 35 VVISCOHSIII
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 VV.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls Glee Club 2.
FREEMAN, JACKLYN, B.A. Spanish I
Colorado College 1, 25 North Central College 3, 4, Spanish Club
3, Vice-President 4.
GARDNER. RUTH, B.A. Bible and Religious Education
Dormless Damsels 15 W.A.A. 3, Board of Control 45 Student
Volunteers 3, Secretary 4.
GERMANOTTA, DANTE, B.A. Philosophy
Y.h1.C.A. Cabinet 3, 45 Chronicle Business Staff 45 Cheerleader
3, 45 Seagcr Association 3, 45 Student Volunteers 3, 45 Mens
Class Representative 4.
GIERE. ELAINE, B.A. English ' ' i
Chronicle Staff 1, 2, 35 Vlfater Ballet 1, 2, 35 Varsity Swimming
Team 1, 25 VV.A.A. 15 Biology Club 1.
GIERE, WARREN, B.A. Education V
Band 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Alpha Psi
GRIFFITH, BARBARA, B.A. Sociology A
Spanish 1, Treasurer 2, President 35 Bowling League 1, Secretary
25 International Relations Club 25 Nebraska Booster Club 1, 2, 3,45
Chronicle Stat? 25 Campus Nurse 2, 3, 4.
GROAT, LEN, B.S. Engineering Science
Swimming Team 2, 45 Football 35 Varsity Club 2, 3, 4.
GUITHER, WILLIAM, B.A. Chemistry
S.A.A.C.E. 1, 2, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3.
HAGEMANN, LYNN, B.A. Sociology
Men's Glee Club 1, 25 Chapel Choir 1, 25 Festival Chorus 2.3.45
Concert Choir 3, 45 International Relations Club 3. 45 Seager
Association 1, 2, 3. 4.
HAMMOND, VVILLIAM VV., B.A. Chemistry . .
Chemistry Club 2, 3, 45 Michigan Booster Club 1, Vice-President.
2, 3, President 45 Senior Distinction Committee 4.
HARPER, ROBERT, B.S. Physical Education
Basketball 25 Football 2.
HITT, HELEN, B.A. Education -
Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Chapel Choir 3, 45 College Chronicle Staff 45
Festival Chorus 3, 4.
HOFFMAN, JACK L., B.S. Physical Education, lWusic . I
Men's Glee Club 1, 25 Festival Chorus 3, 45 Chapel Choir, Vice-
President 3, 1, 2, 45 Mixed Glee Club 1. 25 Track 3, 45 Sigma Rho
Gamma 1, 2, 3, 45 Quartet-te 2, 4.
HOFFMAN, LEO, B.S. Physical Education ,
Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15 Varsity Club 1.
Treasurer 2, President 4, Vice-President 3.
HONEL, MILTON, B.A. History U
Morton Junior College 3, 45 Fencing Club President 15 Radio
Club 35 Collegiate Statl 15 North Central College 3, 45 International
Relations Club 3, 45 Commerce Club 3, 45 Hsitory Club 3, 4.
HOOK, JAMES, B.A. Philosophy I
Religious Emphasis VVeek 45 C,Y.F. Council 4, President 4.
HOPKINS, DONALD, B.S. General Science, Mathematics i
Benton Harbor Junior College 1, 25 Cheer Leader 1, Captain 25
Annual Staff 1, 25 North Central College 3, 4 5 Pep Club Cheer-
leader 35 International Relations Club 35 Biology 3, 45 "Y" Fi'0Sl1
Week Committee 45 W.S.S.F. 35 Vocational Guidance Committee
45 VVoe XVeek Committee 4.
HUTH, RALPH, B.A. Mathematics
.IACKSON, ALFREDA, B.A., Bible, Religious Education I
W'omen's Glee Club 1, 25 Festival Chorus 3, 45 Chapel CllOll'
1, 3, 45 Harmonettes 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Orchestra 15 Kroehler House
President 45 Ohio Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 3.
JAMESON, MARGARET, B.A. English
Graceland College 1, 25 North Central College 3, 4.
JOHNSON, ROY, B.A. Philosophy I I
C,Y.F. 3, 45 Seager Association 3, 45 Pi Gamma Mu 45 Civil
Rights Committee 3, 4.
JONES, ROBERT EARL, B.S. General Science
Co-Chairman Prayer Cell 4.
JORDON. HERB, B.S. Engineering Science
Y.M.C,A. 3, 45 VVisconsin Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 2, 4,
JURZYNA, EDWARD, B.A. Zoology
KADLEC, RAYMOND, B.S. General Science
KELLER, JOYCE, B.S. Physical Education, Biology n
Band 15 W.A,A, 1, Board of Control 2, 3, Treasurer 45 Minnesota
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 "Family Doctor"5 Varsity Tennis Team
2, 3, 45 Varsity Swimming Team 45 Y.VV.C.A. Social Service Com-
mittee 2, 3.
KENNEDY, TOINI, B.S. Commerce
KERN, ELAINE, B.A. Social Science, History
VVomen's Glee Club 15 Chapel Choir 25 N.S.A. 25 Student Volun-
teers 35 History Club 3, Secretary 45 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2.
3, 45 International Relations Club 45 Y.W.C.A. 2, 3, 4.
KIDDER, MARY LOUISE, B.A. Education, English
Chapel Choir 1, 25 Women's Glee Club 1, 25 Festival Chorus 25
Indiana Booster Club 1, 25 Spectrum Staff 45 Publicity Chairman
of Career Conference 35 Vocational Guidance Committee 45 Sigma
Tau Delta 4.
KINNEY, DON R., B.A. Psychology
KIRCHMAN, CALVIN, B.A. Biology
Band 15 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 History Club 15 Biology Club 3, 45
Chemistry Club 3, 45 Beta Beta Beta 3, Vice-President 45 Inter-
national Relations Club 3.
KLINE, IVILLIAM, B.S. Engineering Science, Chemistry
Swimming Team 1, 2, 35 Chemistry Club 2, 4.
KLINGBEIN, JACK, B.A. Chemistry
Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 45 Varsity Club 3, 45
Athletic Trainer 1, 2, 3, 4.
KNAPP, JAMES V., B.S. Engineering Science
Delta Tau Lambda 2, 35 Commerce Club 4.
KNOLL, FAY, B.A. Speech, Psychology
Chapel Choir 1, 2. 35 Girls Glee Club 25 Festival Chorus 35
Debate 15 Pi Kappa Delta 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team 1, 2, 45 Varsity
Tennis Team 2, 45 Chronicle 1, 35 Dormless Damsels 15 Alpha Psi
Omega 3, President 45 French Club 3, 45 W.A.A. 3, 45 All College
Social Committee 4.
KOENITZER, ROBERT, B.S. General Science
Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 35 President Athletic Board 45
Varsity Tennis Team 35 Student Council 4.
KOTEN, DON, B.A. Physics
Class Treasurer 25 Class Vice-President 45 Y.M.C,A. Cabinet 45
Student Council 45 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 4.
KOTEN, JACK, B.A. English, Philosophy, Speech
Chronicle Staff 1, Copy Editor 2, Publisher 3, Editor-in-Chief 45
Homecoming CO-Chairman 35 Class President 25 Spectrum 1,
Sports Editor 25 Student Council 45 Varsity Track 1. 25 Varsity
Club 2, 4, Secretary 35 Forensic Board Secretary-Treasurer 25
N.S.A. 3, Vice-Chairman 25 Sigma Tau Delta 3, 45 Pi Kappa Delta
1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha Psi Omega 45 Publications Board 3, 45 Debate 1. 25
Writers Club 1, 25 French Club 1, 2, 45 Michigan Booster Club 15
Indiana Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Publicity Director of Theater Guild
KOTIK, RICHARD R., B.A. Zoology
Wilson Junior College 1, 25 Pre-Med Club 1, 25 North Central
College 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Chemistry Club 3, 45 Band 3, 4.
KREMER, LaVONNE, B.A. Home Economics
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Publicity Chairman 45 President
of New Kroehler 2, Freshman Sophomore Counselor 25 Chronicle
1, 2, 3, Society Editor 45 Spectrum Class Editor 45 Harmonettes
3, 45 French Club 35 Water Ballet 25 CO-Chairman "Shamrock
Room" 35 Homecoming Committee Chairman 2, 3, Co-Chairman
45 Rainbow Booster Club 4, Vice-President 35 Co-Chairman
Mothers' Day Tea 35 Chairman of Kroehler Dedication Tea5
VVomen's Advisory Board 25 All-College Social Committee 4.
KRANTZ, RAYMOND, B.S. Engineering Science
KRUPKA, JOSEPH, B.S. Engineering Science
LAHR, DONALD, B.A. History
LALINSKY, ROBERT, B.S. Commerce
Morton Junior College 1, 25 Football 1, 25 Basketball 1, Co-
Captain 25 Baseball 1, 25 North Central College 3, 45 Basketball 3,
Co-Captain 45 Varsity Club 3, 4.
LANGREDER, WILLIAM, B.A. Zoology
Biology Club 1, 2, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Commuters Club 4.
LARSON, OSCAR, B.A. Mathematics
LAUTH, RONALD, B.S. Committee
LAWRENCE, JOANNE, B.A. Sociology
LUKAS, ROBERT LAD, B.A. Physical Education, Zoology
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 2, "B" Squad Basket-
ball Coach 45 Honor Society 45 Biology Club 1, 3, 45 Beta Beta
Beta 45 Spanish Club 1, 3, Treasurer 5 Varsity Club 45 Chemistry
Club 45 Dining Hall Committee Chairman5 All School Social
MARGIN, GEORGE, B.S. Commerce '
Biology Club 15 Commerce Club 2, 3, 45 Chronicle Circulation
Staff 3, Local Advertising Manager 45 Theater Guild Business
Staff 1, 2, Publicity Director 4, Business Manager 35 Freshman
Work Committee 35 Y.M.C,A. Cabinet 45 Publicity Director of
Green Pastures 3.
IXIATZKE, DAVID EUGENE, B.A. Mathematics
MAJSZAK, ALOYSIUS, B.A. Chemistry
NIEISNER, ROBERT, B.S. Commerce
Golf Team 2, 3, 4.
MENTLEY, VICTOR, C., B.S. Physical Education
Ohio State University 1, 2, 35 North Central College 4.
MENZEL, BETTY LU, B.S. Home Economics
W.A.A. 1, 2, 4. Board of Control 35 Home Economics Club 1, 2, 4,
Vice-President and President 35 Dormless Damsels 1, 25 Women's
Varsity Tennis Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Decorations Chairman 35
Home Economics Assistantship 3, 45 Honor Society 4.
IVIEYER, DELBERT, B.S. Chemistry, Zoology
MEYER, DELBERT, B.A. Chemistry, Zoology
Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45
VVisconsin Booster Club Vice-President 3, President 45 C,Y.F.
Treasurer 45 Career Conference Co-Chairman 3, 45 Y.M.C,A.
Cabinet 45 Beta Beta Beta 4.
NIEYER, MARCIA, B.A. Biology, Psychology A
Girls Glee Club 25 Chronicle Staff 1, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 1, 2.
3, 45 Beta Beta Beta 3, 45 French Club 1, 2, 35 "Woe" VVeek" Co-
Chairman 35 All-School Social Committee 3, 45 Spectrum Staff3, 45
Sigma Rho Gamma 3. 45 Who's Who Among Students in Colleges
and Universities 4.
MILLER, MARY HELEN, B.A. Zoology
Biology Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chemistry Club 45 Beta Beta Beta 4.
MILLER GLENN, B.S. Commerce
MILLER, RUSSELL, B.S. Chemistry, Physics -
Football Manager 1, Track Manager5 Biology Club 15 Varsity
Club 25 Chemistry Club 2, 3, 45 Spectrum Staff 45 Jr.-Sr. Banquet
NACHBAUER, GERTRUDE, B.A. Commerce
Spectrum 3. Business Manager 43 Womens Representative-ab
large 43 Student Council 43 Y.VV.C.A. Social Service Committee 33
Chapel Committee 43 Human Relations Club 3, 43 Rainbow Booster
Club Secretary 33 Chronicle Stal? 23 Chemistry Club 13 All College
Social Committee 33 Honor Society 3, Secretary Treasurer 43
Sophomore Counsellor 23 Commerce Club Secretary 43 WVho's
VVho among students in College and Universities.
NEUMAN. HARVEY JAMES. B.A. English
Mens Glee Club 1. 23 Y.hI.C.A. Cabinet 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club
2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Committee Chairman
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Chairman 4, Dolphin Fraternity 4.
NEWTON, SHIRLEY. B.A. Zoology
NOERENBERG. RAY STANLEY, B.S. Commerce
Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 43 h'Ien's Glee Club 13
Class Vice-President 23 Commerce Club 43 Nebraska Booster Club
1, 2, 3, President 43 Co-Chairman of NVoe VVeek 33 Homecoming
Committee CIhI11l'I'I121I1QFIiE'I1Ch Club 2.
NOLTEMEIER, KARL, B.A. Music
Men 's Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Ensemble Singers 2, 3, 43
Mens Quartette 1. 2, 3, 43 Seager Association 2, 3, 43 Council of
Religious Lite 3, 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 13 French Club 1, 4.
O'NEILL. DOROTHY, B.A. Psychology
ClHlnerzl Junior College 1, 23 North Central College 3. 43 French
u 3, 4.
OTTON, DONALD D, B.S. Commerce
Commerce Club 4.
OVERMIER, PHYLLIS KUENZLI. B.A. English, Psychology
Asbury College 13 North Central College 2, 3, 43 Chapel Choir
23 Spanish Club 2, Vice-President 33 Sigma Tau Delta 4.
OVERMIER, ROBERT, B.A. Psychology
PANOCH, JAMES, B.S, General Science
PASSOVV, CAROL, B.S. Home Economics
Home Economics Club 1, 3, 4. Secretary 23 VVisconsin Booster
Club 1, 2, 4, S6CI'6I2.YX'-Tl'93SUI'6I'3QXRFV C.A.Cabinet 33 W,A.A.
1, 3. Board of Control 2, 43 Dormitory President 33 Student Volun-
teers 43 Class Committee Chairman 2, 3.
PITNER, HENRY, B.A. History
Morton Junior College 1. 23 International Relations Club 1. 23
Sports Manager 1, 23 Music 1, 23 North Central College 3, 4,
POLIVKA, RAYNIOND. B.A. Fiathematics '
Chemistry Club 1, 23 Election Commissioner 43 Student Council
43 Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 43 Varsity Tennis Team 3, 43 Honor Society
3, 43 Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
POPE, BIICHAEL, B.S. Commerce
Football 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Golf 3, 43 Varsity Club 3, 4.
POVVELSON, RICHARD, B.A. Commerce
Iowa Vtlesleyan College 1, 23 Basketball 1,23 Track 13 Year Book
Sports Editor 23 Social Fraternity 1, 2, 33 North Central College 4.
RAWERS, ARTHUR, B.A. History .
Morton Junior College 1, 23 Swimming Team 3, 43 V3.1'S1tj'.ClHlW
3, 43 History Club 3, 43 Spectrum Staff 3, 43 Doltin Fraternity 4.
REID, ROLAND, B.A. Psychology I ,
Debate Team 2, 3, 43 Forensic Board, Vice-President 43 Religious
Emphasis VVeek Chairman 33 Homecoming Committee Chairman
43 Co-Chairman Class Party 4.
HAROLD RADIC, B.S. Commerce
REIDT, THEODORE. B.A. Psychology
Chapel Choir 1, 23 French Club 1, 23 Chronicle 2, 4, Circulation
Manager 33 Theatre Guild 3, Business Manager 43 Sepctrum Stat? 43
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 43 Chairman Senior Class Announcement
REIF, DON, B.S. Physical Education
REPKE, JACK, B.A. Psychology. Commerce
RITSEMA. PATRICIA, B.A. Zoology
hflichigan Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Biology 2, 3, 43 Festival Chorus
3. 43 Chapel Choir 33 French Club 3. 43 VV.A.A. 2, 3, 4QWOH1GI1'S
Swimming Team 4.
RITZMAN, MARY, B.A. Sociology
Class Secretary 2, 33 Rainbow Booster Club President 33 Pi
Gamma Mu 3, President 43 All School Social Committee Secretary
3, 43 Y.VV.C,A. Cabinet 3, 4, Secretary 33 Womens Glee Club 23
C.Y.F. Council 23 French Club Secretary-Treasurer 2.
ROGERS, BRUCE, B.S. Commerce
Commerce Club 23 Track 1, 2, 3.
RUSH, DON. B.A. Political Science
RUSCH, RUEBEN, B.A. Psychology
SALATE, ROBERT, B.S., Commerce
Commerce Club 3. 43 Intramural football, Basketball and Foot-
E. THOMA SCHLLING, B.A. Sociology
hlarquette University 1, 23 Sociology Club 1, 23 Avalanche Ski
Club 1, 23 North Central 3, 4. International Relations C!ub3
VVisc0nsin Booster Club 3, 43 Band Swimming Team 3. 43
Varsity Club 3, 43 Dolphin Fraternity 4.
SCHMIDT, ELIZABETH. B.A. English
Band 1, 23 Girls Glee Club 1, 23 Festival Chorus 1, 23 Chapel
Choir I3I'Ial'I11OnettcS 1, 2, 33 Orchestra 13 Wisconsin Booster Club
1, 23 Career Conference 3, 4.
SCHMIDT, YVILLIAM, B.A. History
Class President 13 Class Treasurer 43 Band 1. 2. President 23
"Ambassadors Quarttet 1. 2, 3, 43 Mens Glee Club 1, Secretary-
Treasurer 23 Festival Chorus 1, 23 Seager Association 1. 2, 3, 43
C.Y.F. Treasurer 23 Y.lI.C.A. Cabinet 23 Deputation Chairman
3, 43 Pi Gamma lNIu 3, Vice-President 43 VVho's VVho among students
in Colleges and Universities.
SCHAEFER, HAROLD, B.S. Commerce
SCHWIARTZ, GEORGE, B.S. Commerce
SCOTT, JOHN, B,A. English
SEITH, VVILLIABI, B.A. English, Philosophy
Ohio Booster Club President 23 Football 13 Debate 1, 23 All
School Social Committee 1, Y.M.C.A. Deputation 3.
SENN, VVILLIAM, B.S, General Science
Class Mens Representative 1, 23 Mens Glee Club 13 Chapel
Choir 13 Chronicle Business Staff 2, 3, Publisher 43 Biology Club 23
Chemistry Club 3.
SHOGER, ROSS, B.A. Zoology I
B1Ol0gY Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Beta Beta Beta 3, President 43 Chemistry
glub 33 3110? Who In American Colleges and Universities3 Honor
bociety . , 4.
SIINIONSEN, JAMES, B.A. Physics, Philosophy
Band 1, 23 Class Treasurer 1, 23 Swimming Team 2, Honor So-
ciety 3, 43 College Day Co-Chairman 33 Class Mens Representative
33 Student. Council 3, 43 Student Body President. 43 Y.M.C.A.
SOBEHRAD, JAROLD, B.S. Commerce
Morton Junior College 1, 23 North Central College 3, 43 Com-
merce Club 4.
SOMREK, RICHARD, B.S. Physical Education
Football 1, 2, 3, Coach of the Bombers 43 Baseball 3.
SPONG, DONALD, B.A. BIOLOGY
STEVENS, JOHN, B.A. Commerce
STRACHAN, KENNETH, B.S. Commerce
TATE, RACHEL, B.A. IVIusic
Dormless Damsels 1, 2, 33 Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Festival
Chorus 3, 4.
TAYLOR, MYRON, B.A. English, Psychology
Men's Glee Club 1, 23 Concert Choir 3, 43 Touring Squad 1, 2.
3, 43 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Festival Chorus 2, 3, 43 Ohio Booster Club
1, 2, 3, President 33 French Club 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 43 VVriters'
Club Secretary 4.
TERRY, RALPH, B.A. English
VVriters' Club 3, 43 Commerce Club 2, 3, 43 Commuters Club 3, 4.
THEDE, PAUL, B.A. Philosophy
Men's Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Vice-President 13
Men's Quartet 1, 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 1, 2, 33 Student Union
Room Manager 3, 43 Concert Choir 43 Festival Chorus 43 Minnesota
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, President 4.
TIETZ, ELTON, B.A. Biology, Psychology, Education
University of Detroit 1, North Central College 2, 3, 43 D.1en's
Glee Club 1, 23 Festival Chorus 43 Michigan Booster Club 1, 2, 4,
President 33 Biology Club 2, 3. 43 Basketball 23 Football 2, 3,
Caftain 43 Varsity Club 2, 3, 43 Athletic Board of Control 3, 43
Junior Senior Banquet Committee Chairman 33 College Day Com-
mittee Chairman 33 Class President 4. Beta Beta Beta 43 Spanish
43 VVho's Who in American Colleges and Universities.
TINIIXI, INIARY, B.S. Home Economics
Home Economics Club 1. 2, 3, 43 VV.A.A. 13 Spectrum 43 Co-
Chairman of Cap and Gown Committee 4.
TRAUTMAN, VIOLA MAE, B.A. Education
Womens Glee Club 13 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2. 43
String Quartet 13 Wisconsin Booster Club 1, 2, 3. 43 Sophomore
Counsellor 23 Water Ballet 33 C.Y.F. Secretary 33 Harmonettes
3, 43 Co-Chairman Religious Emphasis VVeek 33 Chronicle 43
VVriters Club 13 Student Council 1, 23 Y.Wl.C.A. Cabinet 3, Vice-
UPHOFF, RICHARD, B.S. Commerce ,
Varsity Golf Team 1, 2, 3, 43 Commerce Club 2, 33 Spanish
VAN LANINGHAN, MAURICE, B.A. Philosophy
Seager Association 3, 4.
VODAK, WARREN, B.A. Zoology
VOSS, DALE, B.A. Psychology
Men's Glee Club 13 French Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
VVAHLIN, HOPE, B.S. Home Economics
Home Economics Club 1, 2, 3, Secretary 43 VVater Ballet 2, 33
RfIay Fete Chairman 3.
VVEBBER, CONSTANCE, B.A. History
gberlin College 1, 23 lXIusical Union 1, 23 North Central College
. , 4.
VVECK, DARLENE, B.A. English
University of Illinois 13 Chronicle 2, 3, Copy Editor 43 Sigma
Tau Delta 4.
VVELDY. ROBERT, B.S. Physical Education, Biology
Indiana Booster Club 1, 2, 4, President 33 Basketball 1, 2, 3, Co-
Captain 43 Varsity Club 1, 2, 3, President 4.
WVENDT, ROBERT, B.A. Chemistry, Physics
Band 1, Chemistry Club 1, 2, 3, President 43 Honor Society 3,
President 43 Y.M.C.A. Vice-President. 4.
WVESTROM, ROBERT, B.S. Commerce
VVETZSTEIN, LESTER A., B.A. Sociology
Me-n's Glee Club 1, Chapel Choir 1, 23 Minnesota Booster Club
1, 2, 3, 43 Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Assistant Director of "An-
drocles and the Lion".
IVUERTZ, SHIRLEY, B.A. Education
K-Oklamo 3, 43 Chapel Choir 3, 43 Spanish Club 4.
WILT, WILLIAM, B.S. Commerce
VVITTY, EARL, B.S. Commerce
ZIMDARS, DALE, B.A. Psychology
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Chapel Choir 3, 43 Festival
Chorus 3, 43 French Club 3, 43 Seager Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Wiscon-
sin Booster Club 1, 2, 3, Vice-President 43 C.Y.F. Vice-President
tl: Y.M.C.A. Cabinet 3, Treasurer 43 Honor Society 3, 4.
BERG, JAMES, B.M.E. Music Education
BLOY, JABIES, B.A., B.lXI., Piano, hlusic
Mens Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Concert Choir 4, 53 Chapel Choir 1, 23
Sigma Rho Gamma 2, 3, 43 Biology Club 33 I-Ionor Society 3, 43
W'ho's Who Among Colleges and Universities.
BORSACK, .IOHN, B.M.E. Music
git-gn: Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 1. 23 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra
CORNWALL, MARVIN H., B.M.E. Music Education
Chapel Choir 13 Orchestra 1, 3, 4, President 23 Band 2, 3, 43
Deputation 1, 2, 3, 43 Piano Quintet 23 String Quintet 2.
CROSBY, JEAN, B.M.E. Music Education
Girl's Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Festival Chorus 1, 2,
3, 43 Concert Choir 3, 43 Harmonettes, President 1, 2, 3, 43 Sigma
Rho Gamma 1, 2, Vice-President 3, 43 Mooseheart Teacher 1, 2.
GRANTMAN, CHARLOTTE, B.N. Voice
Womens Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Festival Chorus 3, 43
Concert Choir 3, 43 Harmonettes 1, 2, 3, 43 Y.W.C.A. Cabinet 43
Chapel Committee 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 1, 2, 3, President 43
Honor Society 4.
HEIDENREICH, RAMONA, B.M.E. Music Education
W'estmar College 1, 23 College Chorus Accompanist 1, 23 Illini
Club 1, 23 Band 23 North Central College 3, 43 Concert Choir 3, 43
Festival Chorus 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 4.
IRVVIN, BARBARA, B.M.E. Music Education
Girl's Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 1, 2, 3. 43 Festival Chorus
ACCOIIIIJBJIIS13,-1QHZiI'HlOUE11ES 1, 2, 3, 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 1, 2,
3, 43 All College Social Committee 2, 43 Women's Advisory Board 33
Kroehler House President 33 Sophomore Counsellor 23 Class Secre-
tary 33 Class Women's Representative 43 May Queen 33 Orchestra
3. 43 Deputation 33 Student Council Secretary 43 Who's VVho Among
Colleges and Universities.
LEDERMAN, JANET, B.M.E. Music Education b
Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 1, 23 Concert Choir 3, 43
Festival Chorus 3, 43 Harmonettes 1, 2, 3, 43 Sigma Rho Gamma
1, 2, 4, Secretary 3.
PEICHL, GEORGE, B.M.E. Music Education .
Band 1, 2. President 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Chapel Choir 1, 2,
33 Concert Choir 43 Festival Chorus 3, 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 1,
3, 43 Intramural basketball and football 1, 2, 3, 43 Wisconsin
Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4.
STEELE, JOHN, B.A. lXIusic Education, English U
Alpha Psi Omega 43 Sigma Rho Gamma 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43
All School Social Committee 43 Concert Choir 43 Festival Chorus
43 Ensemble Singers 3, 43 "Androcles and the Lion" 43 Green
VVHITMAN, MARILYN, B.M. Voice
Womens Glee Club 1, 23 Chapel Choir 13 Harmonettes 1, 2, 3, 43
Festival Chorus 3, 43 Concert Choir 3, President 43 Sigma Rho
Gamma 1, 23 French Club 4.
ZAININGER, BEVERLY, B.M. Piano l
Chapel Choir 23 Womens Glee Club 23 Concert Choir 3, 43
Festival Chorus 3, 43 Harmonettes 3, 43 Honor Society 3, 4.
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514 N. Broadway, Aurora, III.
FRANCH'S PANTS SHOP
Sportswearjbr Lad and Dall
Business Phone 300 215 So. Washington 56 MAIN STREET
Residence Phone 5 Naperville, illinois AURCRA, ILL-
. Centennial Year
United States 8: Canada
Since 19 O 9
Television Radio Appliances
133 S. Washington St. Phone 108
Congratulations on Your 1951 Spectrum
HAAS 3-I GETZ
Plumbing and Heating
S. Washington Phone 80 Nope
o1L BURNING EQUIPMENT
GLEN ELYN Z
HERBERT A. BRAND
CLYDE C. NETZLEY CO., INC
'LWe Have the Trade That Service Madew
Mgr. Harry E. Ridley, '26
WALTER A. M ALEK
Watches . . . Diamonds . . . Jewelry
Fine Watch Repairing
Main Street II Ill
ln every vvhole there are parts, in the Spectrum as in every large project
there are numerous people vvho help to vvorl4 lor a finished product.
Many of these people are not pictured or mentioned in the preceding
pages so may vve novv tal4e a moment to given them their due credit.
First to all our advertisers may vve say Mthanlcsn lor your loyal support
lor vvithout your backing this bool4 would have not been possible.
Qur professional aid vvas Found in the services ol lVlr. Kase ol S. K.
Smith Company in the designing ol our cover. . .mounting and engraving
problems vvere solved by Mr. lull of G. R. Grubb Company . . . our
photographers, ,lim Stephenson and Ray Gilmour ol l-larrington Studios,
vvorlced hard to get us our prints . . . lVlr. Ripsl4y ol Naperville vvho de-
veloped our numerous "Snaps, '... and Mr. Rogers of Rogers Printing
Company-vvho helped to Fit the copy into place and produced our Finished
As alvvays there are students vvho are alvvays on hand to do something
extra, may vve mention a Fevv: sloanne Lavverence, Literary Editor,
Mary Kidder vvho vvrote the tvvo memorials, led Reidt and Gerry Fay
For their help on sports, Dick l-lavvthorn and Bill Livernash who sold
dozens ol ads and spent hours mounting, to these and many more who
were here when help vvas needed. . .to all of you the editors say Thanlc
You lor vvith your help the 'l95'l Spectrum vvas born.
Ace Stores .....A..
Alshuler's .... ,.....
Anderson and Duy ....
Arbeiter Durable .4.4
Arrow Petroleum . .
Assell Photo Shop . . .
Baker Laundry ....
Beidelman, A. ....
Beidelman, D. ...... .
Beidelman, O. ....
Ben Franklin ..........
B and G Pastry Shop ...
Bills l-lat Shop ......,.
Blythe Bootery .,..,,,
Boecker Coal .........
Boeckerls Men's Wear .
Boy-Van l-lam ..,...
Broecker, Carl ....
Brummel Motors .......
Chicago Fence gl Equip.
College Chronicle ....
Commercial Boiler Works
Connie Shop .........
Dupage Boiler Works . .
Economy Auto ......
Ernie's "66" .....
Fsser, l-loward . . .
Fatout's Kolilee Kup ....
Feed Bag ..........
Foucek's Drug Store . .
Franch's Pants Shop . . .
Glass l-louse ...,....
G. R. Grubb 84 Co. ..
l-laas 84 Getz .....
l-laidu Cleaners ...
l-layer 84 Springborn .
l-ley Bros ...........
l-lobby-Gift Studio , . .
l-luesing's Jewelry ....
gleFtries Drugs .......
Kelmscott press . .
Koretke Studio . .
l.aura's Shoppe ..
.....124 Lietz 84 Grometer ..
.....118 l.ehman,,loy4:e .
...,.118 Lenert, Geo
...H108 Leon Shop
...N115 Main Food....
.....127 Malek ,lewelers
.....126 Matter, Herb
.. ,.... 110 Menton Jewelers .....,.
. ...., 126 Merchants Natl. Bank .... .... .
...H112 Myer's Insurance
.....109 Naper Cleaners
...H112 lNapervilleClarion...,. .
.. ..,.. 124 Naperville Natl. Bank
.. ..... 131 Naperville .... .
.. .i... 131 lNavarro,s ilewelers..
., .,... 108 Netzley,Clyde ..
...M118 NG Book Store
...H118 Qswalds Pharmacy
..,..120 Pittsburgh Glass
.....108 Prince Castle
.....127 Public Service Co.
...H122 Rapp, George ..
.....128 Rogersprinting Co.
44.-.106 Schmitz and Gretencort
.....112 Sears QrderQFFice ..
,,,,.109 Strand Cale ..
109 Student Union ..
Tasty Bakery . . .
Tic 'loc Shop . . .
.....116 Weissenbornls Furniture
Waegner's ........... .....
Watson Music ......... .....
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