Northwestern Military and Naval Academy - Critique Yearbook (Lake Geneva, WI)

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Q A e rw. ua I CO EDITORS SECTION EDITORS BLSINESS NI AN AGERS FACLLTY ADXIHOR W llllam Wenzel Stephen Slll John Colburn Joseph Nl1llaS Frank Z1el1n kr John NICKIHHOH VI ax ne Sander Harold Alt Peter Rellancl E H KIIZTOYS ART EDITOR STAFF ARTIST PICTLRES EDITOR PICTI, RES Kenneth Brenneman Edu ard Cole Jay Tack lxenneth Brenneman Wllllam Foss le1 Wllllam K1 Sel Col ,I H Jacob on Hackett Studlo Nloffett Studio Black Box Studlo , . I I - , 'S ss 4 ,IT V ' S L. ' f I, .. .5 S S 'S . 'S . .- , Y .Q , S . . A X G - ZR .PWR , -Q". K'-uw '44 1 ,Di A5 19 - .LP Ng s nfl' I fr ff if - 1. . A, . W - wx 'Q' ow' L. ,i Q 1 tix' 6 Mrs.. .gi. 4. Q!- ... , re , . Af , , xr l 18 , . . N ' S. s ' x ,izg-'i ' 'Li lik vw '-X W -'Q M' -591. -s SCHCCDL F l w . K 4 VIICHAEL M AINICH Tact humor and hor e sen e That Michelangelo Football ba ket hall and baseball are flrst nature to the top coach Engllsh and Speech classes report below deck Every thmg s rosy The man from foggy London Teaches maths and CICCTOIIIHII Latln Wow you we got lt The Plas IS the thmg for Nlr B and hx The plan lNow you see IIS done quite dlfferently 1n England Frog tree humble bee and Bro ogy can be fun H1 Rxnln Dmlt came through after all Nlathemat rcs 1 ea v to learn Xou ll flnd lt ln the book Sllence 1 golden and l eldom et ot' JOHN F BERG Has that llght touch at the organ key board but known for h1 heavy foot Lowe to collect thmg Co t con clou Teache piano and or gan to ln plred cadet 'X ltl ed chaperone' FREDERICK W BLACK HARX EX E BOORT7 I2 J . s. s. -"'l- .,S S 6,,. . .. Sv - - s ces , gslr. T ' Q Q ,Q , , c...... t tt. N . , s - .r . 77 -, t 1 , , ' . . . - sa sv -as Y . . -u .S S' 's...."' -.'l . . . f 5, , , 'Q -v G . - . . x 's S s's.... - ' 'S' s.....s-'ll vf lNaSO 'l' CaPO -l-H O +NIgfOHr2 -l- 9999 Hmmm where my cook book? B10l0g1Sl turned readolo gl5I Lowes JUDIOI' High football Champlon brow wrmkler Pen we tvpe JOHN F CIBULKA g Npam h and En ll h lend to keep thi snun ter rweupled T nn1 wa a ldehne vshleh he mi terfnllx coached A partner of the ood Nlalor m card Spent ome pare llfll? bomh ln around wlth RJ Klvwaw quxrk tw fla h a fnendlx grm JOHN G CLAY The Thmker Algebra and geome try xve htm food for thought Treate tho e mats wlth lovmg care but how about his wrestler 9 That crazv cap' fWe Sald cap not cop! Feariome Tac offlcer You get out of that ack or Ill haul you ln' Gloomy Gu X well known fix ture around Daud on Hall Teaches phw IC three ectlon Coache a or detnl xarxts and oph rn 1 Can frequentlx be heard to ax Vow lete lt down and talk thx mer to fru trated en1orQ Nlut hate ecret mechauxcal aduanta e ln that 1 coupe CARY J FLEXIINF W ALKER E FRIEDRICHN I3 PAUL L GATES Great promoter of new words and note cards among hrs English students A very lmpressrve athlete ln many forms of coaching Breaks 1n the future terrors of the hlghways The bowlers endured hls humor VU admlred h1 scores Little Stevie s Blg Daddy HISIOTW history hlstoly and not a mlnute to waste Tlmemag addlct That bulglng brlefcase last wears hook reports? Famous for dlrect mg Fllm Study Club mfamous for not lape mto German 4 Das 1t serho It El Blu ERWIW H KITZROW Llbrarlan flrst cla s 'Vever forgets a due date She and the Colonel have a speclal lxkmg for quarters Keeps the smaller fry humpmg IH Eng IQ lNo Joseph you mav not haw the kews to the car MILDRED KEITHLEY pun Punjab the lord hlgh executloner of Senlor Englxsh Brmgs a blt of gay Parts to aspiring students of French l must go down to the sea agaln -Kn old alt who knows h1s port Wexgh and con lder and remem bex that lntellect IS lIlY1Q1l'JlE to those who hate none I4 WZ' JOHN 'NI 'VIETHEANY ' ' '- S. .... . ' , l'.h....'6', - ,' , ' , N I . I , . .S . . , . L .l- . s .N 1 .. . . . 4 Q. . . u 5 . M enough class fllms. . . . OCC3S1OH3lly' ' s s ' 'L . 'S ' ' ten"I r Spanish. 4" ffonl. . . 2. N ' f - -C X ' , . . , s ' L '- . ' ..."' s'. - f . ' W ., ,, fs. 'K BENSON L SLAVIN Durable coach of football and basket- ball who takes no ifs, ands or butftls. . . . Civics and political science classes absorb his classic remarks: "Now you fellows run like a faucet-all in one place." . . . Personal friend of Dick and Ike .... Favors changing the White House to tuna beige. EDWINI Q X KN CORDER I5 ROBERT J STEGNER An egg head who would back Adlal everv time Knows most cadets bet ter than they know themselves ays what he feel Yersatlle ocial studies and forensics man Desk rapper This duffer ea ily adjusts to lavish Florida llvlng The inertial guidance system ln his new bomb homes ln on the Red Rooster without ai Nlore agile with math than with ki Fond of mea urlng fla pole and uc Nfowed to ec ta x bs beauty The heer beauty of pure logic Th1 Einstein Junior made a firm im pre lon on mam Gentlemen tht 1 magic but this 1 mathematlc 1 - ' .... S ' s .... 7 . ' s ' I I . . U H f 'l. Q .l x '- The "black death" from Hawaii .... , ' " " s"s. . . . s ' g s Q s h. . . . . ' s s' ' ': V t 66 , . -' 7' 1 s , . . . . .5 .M . . . . e ss' j .... E' . 's .Q . Z . . S... - f . x.. - A 7 NIAJOR JANIES NI HADLEY lNortlme terns Profe or oi Maneuvers Swagger stlclx and Trammg manuals In FNI 22 5 Sou vull fmd that the element of Must have a board 1n hls back Permlts w1ll end at 2100 Goes all out for maneuvers and ha an eye for pxcklng out ants m aerral photographs You llttle lnrd' Big man on cam N11 es tho e Q NI responslbll mes Rumored to be ln charge DCflIlllCly 1n charge of the small fry of 'NIQT I Fdmlly man One of ya troopers 1 gonna get xt square lop lde of the head 1n a moment' 4-.11 NIXQGT WALTER O WILKES Good mormng good mormng good mormng The eagle eyed coach of the tate champlon sharpshooters Thls room amt fmt to breathe ln NIST III learned thexr le sons from hlm about mrlltary scxence and me cream Llkes to shake hands and shows the art of fmger crushmg' Q5 1 ex 'WW 'NUQFT ERVIN B JOHNSON -Km na Gonna replacement charge of the armory and amlable NIST II cadet Tu les wxth NIHCKIDHOH and the other smaller member of the emor cla hut vuthout success The mlghty m1te of the famou Trlo Llkes red roo ter 16 P- X QFF CHARLES D NIILLER ' 0. 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' - X 5 'S is. , xq - , X., "LL-., ll MILITARY :Ei 'rf The command 1 bellowed out Pase ln new and another parade moxea toward 1tQ fll'!lSh Throughout the sear the Battallon held parad on Sundass and Qpeclal OCCHQIOIIQ ln the fall all new cadete were famlllarlzed wxth drlll and weather Wllllllg the paradee were held In the wmter few paradee the blg squeezei were held ID the new gym In the sprlnff monthe paradmv reused wlth mans pract1ceQ for Quch occaelone as GI and the lVIem0r1al Daw serucee Eyei rlght The Staff F1eld MUSIC and both Companles Qtrut hx the reuewmff stand Whlch umt wlll be choeen be t out of the Battal1on9 swf' Ia."'4?'n Pa 2 X. kk' 'fr' 's ' . 'L r ' re- I V ,' .77 . . ' ' ' . ,, , ' Y . es , . . V. . E M . A v. , a Y ac ' ve v - I . , ' C H C , , H - , 7- aa v - sv 7 ' C, n v - s ' . ' 4 Ji! ' V-f"i1 ,glfgn ,, v . A .s' . f al.. M lx ' Y, . 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V x .L xt, ff pa - - X 'lxiy .. hlw' L. w ' 1 1 1 'f 'f- ' Y ' A I iw. f, It , b -AQ Xxx' p. -5 K-l I 5' . - , JQYRQ 4' f Q..-f I. 0 I .i c 5 L 5. - N t' l , ' J' ' 1 'qi 'T ' 1 gilt I- '-, - 'ff iq, 'qi I - ,f 4 1 , Il, ' og htfgu . ,ki , if! ,J K J' 'q -v .HS 41 'Q ' 5 L f. uf ' fr 1 . ' T5 - li 'ev f , .1 .nfie-f" Q2 ' f" .-':- , A- " ' . iz- ih z. " " 4' wif- - N 'K' ' gk. Q. K n' A ...Q an ff.. ' , .I :A 'l' "' X U9 ,, Q-A' X -I - . 'lf - ' l 'sl' - Af" ' 5 , 1 29 O PANY A Company Commander Cadet Captain Charles C. Rehfeldt Company First Sergeant Cadet Master Sergeant Paul Schmid Company Cuidon Bearer Cadet PFC John Verderbar lst Platoon Leader Cadet lst Lieutenant David Harman 2nd Platoon Leader Cadet lst Lieutenant Thomas Busse 3rd Platoon Leader Cadet lst Lieutenant John M. Harrington l 1 fu "nv ' FIRST Ist Squad: Swendson, Pearson, D. Hudson, Saad Hopfner, Sebek. 3rd Squad: Pawsat, Yandre, Kult, SECOND PLATOON SQUAD MEMBERS Ist Squad: Scliofrnenhergzer. Dudek. Mancini. Berger. MacDonald, Basler, Gieler. 2nd Squad: Behrens. Hellman, Marion, ffllrivn. Shepard, 3rd Squad: Hull. Harper, Keegan, Stittgen. Kruger, Harrington. Platoon Guide, Greer. Company A. commanded by Cadet Captain Charles Rehfeldt this year, competed vigorously with Company B for the major academic and military awards throughout the year, but in the end. despite a good showing. were nosed out by narrow margins. However. with the ever powerful Section 5 leading them. they did take several of the intercompany athletic awards. as follows: Steinecker Trophy for haskethall. intersection haslcethall lSection St. tahle tennis. howling. the Shaw and Major Lilich Tennis Trophies Nlvlrea Field Nleet Trophy Ward Basehall Tro hx and the Cha in Cutter Race Trophy. lst Platoon Sergeant Cadet SFC Roger Blackmon 2nd Platoon Sergeant Cadet SFC Michael Custer 3rd Platoon Sergeant Cadet SFC Edward Cole ll ll IEMBERS Qnrl Squad: Smyly. Dussman, Pederson. Ross. Platoon Guide, Alt. THIRD PIATOON SOP.-XD MEMBERS Isl Squad: Hanson. Meister. Ref-rner. Shugcr. Bolton. Doule-. Znrf Squad: Harrington. Stair. Rudy. Benning. Bromlmerg. .ldCUlT5, 3rd Squad: Lundquist. NcCarty. Porter. Cillilan. I.:-yy. Platoon Guide. Kissel. OMPANY B Company Commander Cadet Captain Peter C. Reiland Company First Serfzeant Cadet Master Sergeant Way'ne Sander Company Guidon Bearer Cadet PFC Alan Moon lst Platoon Leader Cadet lst Lieutenant Jay Nelson 2nd Platoon Leader Cadet lst Lieutenant Seth Holloway 3rd Platoon Leader Cadet lst Lieutenant Barry Weed FIRST lst Squad: Dooley, Clark, Stark, Kennedy, Guynn Coelin, Howe, Colburn, T. Lawry. 3rd Squad: Platoon Guide, Colburn, J. SECOND PLATOON SQUAD MEMBERS ls! Squad: Boller. Dinkel, Skala, Kritchever, Zinke. Kroeger. 2nd Squad: Allen, X'onWollenberg, Alexander, VanKirk, Reeker. Skeen. 3rd Squad: lIacAyrther. Anderson. W'alker. Renz, Parsons. Platoon Guide, Keithley. Company B had a truly banner year under Cadet Captain Reiland. When the results of all the intercompanv competitions were in. Company B had taken several athletic awards and all of the non-athletic competitions. The athletic awards were: the Frost Trophy for football. the Lewis Trophy' for riflery. the Clay Trophy for wrestling. the Humbird Trophy. the Slayin Trophy. and the Rice Trophy' for track. The Company B sweep of other awards included: the Academic Efficiency Trophy. the Beals Drill Trophy. the Serbian Peoples Citizenship Trophy. the Heller Trophy for most soldierly appearance. the Combs Trophv for neat rooms. and the Honor Platoon Award. The winning of both Efficiency and Beals made Company B the Honor Company for the year. lst Platoon Sergeant Cadet SFC Ray Marschalk 2nd Platoon Ser eant g Cadet SFC Frank Zielinski 3rd Platoon Ser eant g Cadet SFC John Breidster l MEMBERS Fales. 2nd Squad: Schreyer, Trumbull, Clifford. Vogt. W. Stivers. Pox. Scofield. Berkholtz. Dalton, Bledsoe. THIRD PLATOON SQUAD MEMBERS Isl Squad: Schopp, Taylor, Pierson. Davis. Sibold, Schneherger. Hart. 2nd Squad: Warren. Alshire, Bertram, Yates. Hayes, llodley, 3rd Squad: Chamberlain. Heller. Lindburg. Ladd. Thompson. Sanders. Platoon Guide, Brenneman, BATTALIO Battaliun Commander Cadet Lt. Colonel AC. Atwater Battalion Executive Officer Cadet Major Stephen Fills Battalion Adjutant S-l Cadet Major Joseph fNlillaQ Battalion S-2. S-3 Officer Cadet Captain Dirck Sclmu Battalion S-l Officer Cadet Captain William Wenzel Color Escort Cadet Staff Sergeant James l.aRuc Color Sergeant Cadet SFC John Dunlap Color Bearer Cadet SFC Dirk Faurwein llulfur ENCUTI Cadet SFC ,lay Tack Sergeant Nlajur Ned Hauler Supply SOI'f,lt'LlI1l Cadet Master S4-rgcarit Terry Nee- Quartr-rmaiter Sergeant Cadet'Staff Sergeant Carl Lundquist The Battalion ran like the proverbial well oiled machine this year. Wvith Battalion Commander Atwater his four man "brain trust," and the Battalion Staff non-coms setting a fine example of leadership and teamwork, the new six platoon organization of the battalion functioned with out- standing smoothness in all military and non-military activities. from the opening of school down through Commencement. The Staff also gave its full efforts and support to the development of a Student Congress and an Honor Code of Conduf-t. As always. the Color Guard and Field Musif: fum-tioned handsomely in the Battalion under the tutelage of the Staff. Field Music Commander Cadet lst Lieutenant Bruce Peek Pipe Major Cadet Master Sergeant John McKinnon Platoon Guide Cadet Staff Sergeant .lack Moon 'i-stu' 1 NS FIELD MVSIC MEMBERS Hobson Christiansen Nordland Murphy Moon Turner Monet Meyers McKinnon Pirie Vogt Knudsen Koske Darling Fowler Milburn Cetlin More bounce to the ounce awww And there ll he no more Gnowhalls thrown at the staff Human vacuum cleaners Wk Az I Rubherlegs Rock Hard guys ,Q .54 I got lt made N ap happx Please say lt s clean master I want thu place clean What do wou mean gne h1m a hotfoot 36 Hey ICI g0 Falef' ' Md' Zombles What regulat1ons" l always Ghme my own Ike rugged The lxne up Dont look at me ln that tone of voice' Forget something Moose? Happy Siberiani. Temper. temper. JABIUQUF LA,- ,af ' x ge-gl vi They're off! Perfectlonlft. The men. H. . . have decided to end it all." 37 4 1' ' ACTIVITIES tes '22l5ll7 VARSITY FOOTBALL Fzrst row Ross Z1Clll'lSkl Dooley Rehfeldt F1scher Blackmon Warren Rexland Sllls Second row Nelson Schou 'Vloon Holloway Harrlngton Schreyer Brenneman McK1nnon Kruger Schoenenberger Allen Thtrrl row Brerdster Chamberlam Renz MacEachern Weed Atwater Coach Slavm Harman Trumbull Hellman Custer Nagel Coach Anlch The flrst Cadet 3CtlVlty of the year was football The varslty squad be an tralnmg 1n football camp a few days before school opened and for the next ten weeks ran tackled blocked and sent the ploskln sallmc around at a furlous pace Whether lt was pr actrce or frames the smell of fall and football ss as con stantlw ln the a1r Coaches B L Slavln and Mr Anlch d1rected the team usmc their usual lron bulldlng p0llClCS The flrst half of the season was hxghly successful mth the Cadets scorlng three declslve mms They were oxer Muk xx onaeo lo 6 WISCOHSIH School for the Deaf 27 0 and El ln Academy 46 6 Then the Red and Blue dropped lts last three Games to St John s 41 0 St Mars s of Burl1n,ton 27 0 and to Home 'Vhhtary Academs '33 6 The losses were not runaways for the uctors howex er because ln all three contests the Cadets held the opponents on even terms for the better part of the ame Throurhout the entlre season the team charvfed hard all the wax and made a ,ood shovun ln XICIOTX and defeat The Greatest standouts on the team were A G Atwater who quarterbacked sklllfullv and led the team ln tackles 1n ewerx Game Bob Chamberlaln at full who shoved reat power drum throu,.h the mlddle and sophomore tackle John MacEachern vsho broke mto the enems backfleld mans tlmes to throw the ball carrrer for a loss Chuck Behfeldt and Peter Hellman made the lon runs and ln the lme Dare Harman Harold Alt and Glenn Schoenenberger set the pace Atv ater and Chamberlaln were chosen CoCapta1ns and Vlost Xaluable MacEachern Most lmproxed and Peter Relland Best Team Plaxer 40 I9 'Q Fl W sf I5 2' Q -f 'Z' 5'-Q Y . . 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Along with football came memories of traditional fall events: lzzy Dizzy, cutters and watermelons . . . the Homecoming rallies off to a flying start with the pigskin delivered to the official 'aBall Warmeri' . . . the spirit of St. Marfs tried and appre- hended. the mustachioed villain found guilty . . . plebes shining: football shoes . . . popcorn. ap- leS. and a fireg Spirit burned in effigy.. . . then the big game . . . old fzrads gab and remi- nisce . . . first dance in Herrick Alumni grym a Stunning Suc- CCSS ...... ,AJ Then burnt cork and tran e co tume roa t Halloween porlter mth apple IH mouth after dinner peeche and entertainment Thank ffiunff and a ball corn talk plu treamer plu band equal one fe tue dance three dai xseelxend at home with turlxex ple and mommx return to chool mth full tomach onli So mam dai till Chrl tma XHCHUOII the North umfl doth blmi 43 I ....,.. Kr - ,Y tus ,r . tt-, - X V .. .- ' S LI S S., .. S S SS S S S S' 'S nf' P ' ' ' X ' . " A . 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'Q-sw, Durlnff the couree of the year there were num eroue mx eellaneouQ aetlyitxee deqffnecl to he ben PflCl3l and or entertamlnfi for all and to Qupple ment the Qehool IJFOUTBITI One of theee actlyltlee flrxt orfranwefl thi year uae the Fllm qtucly fluh Ul'f'ZiIll1Pfl ln the lurupean S. Nlmlern Hlitury Claee Ten fine flllll mth flefp QNlTll3OllQI11 and meamnf' were Qhmsn or Qtufy am IQCUQQIOTI On t e Waterfront Cyranu cle BGYUEFZC and Cltlzen Kane juet to mention a fem Lpitalri in the Qtudy hall Qclenee fiction and horee opera adcllete had 1-.. ' . D 7 a ffreat time on Friday nifrh s. Another venture was the Weclneeclay programs. These programs were supplied hy the lwniyersity of Wiisconsink sclmol prugram Seryive. Sur-h persnnalities as Josh Wind. Colonel Nlaahe. and Irv Klurgan. the judo expert. Came to school and performed for the Corps. Depending upon the type of the performance. it was helcl either in the gym or the Study hall. us- ually on XXYGf'lI1P5fl3f' afternoons. All were yery much appreciated. and eepeeially a play. "The Five Firles of a Square," rlune hy some gfmcl young actors. Three other activities which cadets engaged in were the dancing class. typing class. and drivers training. For the past several years Mr. Jack Wolf- ram has whirled around the dance floor, showing beginners and advanced students alike the tech- niques of ball room dancing. With such an able instructor. the students have learned pleasurablv the different steps and styles of dancing. Nlrs. Barbara Berg was the instructor of the touch-tvp- ing students. and they learned an invaluable asset for future schooling Nlr Paul Gates was the man vs ho broke in the future road runners The cadet enjoxed learnmff in the neu Buick station wagon traimnf car Xnrl of course tadet groups put on tertainment of the corp In connection mth the Thesplans program a magic kit was taged From Homecoming to Hellvxeek the senior put on enter talnment to the e peclal dell ht of the ness men N r HF X v a prominent in the e as Xl on e - 1 . rn . 1 L Y - x ' o 5.4 5 Q32 ' ' ' .. s .i r- i r ' g- ' ' 1 . . . - - t various programs throughout the year for the en- . 5' . v. . ' . g . -' s ' ' - s g . . F - 5 . S . ' s ' 'g ' . ,l . . . v s ' ' s , f s VARSITY BASKETBALL Fzrst row Coach Slavln Cuynn Custer Hull Nelson Atwater Second row Fox Marlon Pavs at Basler Keegan McKinnon Short on depth thls year the Red and Blue under Coach Slavln nevertheless broke even ln rerular season play wlth 9 wlns and 9 defeats The two post season S Wf A P S tour nament ames were lost The h1 h spot of the year came IH mld season when after a three game loslng streak the team came 3llXC to mln three stral ht and SIX out of nlne Sparkpluff of thls spurt was unsun, hero u1ncs Grunchm who hexed Cadet opponents and stlrred up ulld and stranre enthuslasm amon the Corps form ard Ned Basler at center and Terrx Hull and Jax Nel son at uard Peanut Hull demonstrated outstandln ball handlm, all sea on and won two honors He was xoted Captaln and Nlost laluahle hs his teammates and he was named to the SW A PS all conference team Ava At mater 11 as the team s leadln scorer mth 297 season pomts and also non tsso honors He xx as named to the all confer ence second team and he xx as xoted Al1h1 Ike hx hls team mates Reserxe Doug Nlarlon nas xoted Nlost lmproxed and 'llost Cooperatlxe hx the squad 50 Lake Forest Holy Ghost Elgm Delavan Deaf St Johns Belolt Cllnton Elrln St Mans Wllll3mQ Bax Delewan Deaf St Johns Culs er St Patrlck Belolt Nlor,an Park St 'Vlars s St Johns Lost W on W on Lost Lost Lost W on W on W on Lost W on W on Lost W on ost W on Lost Lost S W' A P S Tournament 'D I ' 1 , , 41 to 50 ' . 1 11 ' ff 3 ' f 63 to ' 1 1. 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' 1 - - T- . - 1 56 to 71 69'-swf 1 OO 'LSI Q 51 This yearls Soph-Frosh hasket- hall team showed some promisin, talent for the future xareltx team and ln the eouree of the Qea on thex learned throu h defeate that teamwork li what eounte Thelr record uae 2 and 8 the two mme hem a,.a1nQt Wllllame Bax and Fl ln Jlm Trumbull and Ieff Non Vollenher, were ood houndere and Bert Qtlttf en and Ceor e Koeke were the hot Qhot Koeke uae Captaln and Nloet Nal uahle plaser 'Vlr lVl1lce xI'llCll uae the Coach and the team ap preclated hue coachln methode tern and humoroue The IUHIOI H1 h ha kethall team Qhossed Qome ood plaxere too Coaehed hx 'Nlr John Ber the Rmkx mke talted f Qoxsx t a te Qeaeon no reeeed t ex became lmetten laurx and Cordon were effeetlw uarde nhlle flnlte and Bohon montrolled the kex A the Qt ,ame of the Qeaeon the lumm 1 reallx Qhoxsed lte ta ent Plaxm the Reek Rax enf xx ho had heaten them tsslfe and were un defeated Ch3ITlDl0I1 of the area the IUIIIOI' H1 h put all out and toppled the Rasene and thelr ref mrd hx one pomt SOPH FROSH BASKETBALL Fzrst row Strttgen Koeke Clarke Trumbull Von Wollenherger Second row F1 her Codlew Qmlth Turner Mllhurn Thzrrl row Fox Harper Heller Harrmgton Coach Anlch JUNIOR HICH BASKETBALL First ron Coach Ber Fale 7mlxe Cordon 'Nordland Lawn Second rou Bohon Weed 'Vlewer Atwater Rem 52 45 V-XRQITY WRESTLINC Fzrst rou, Bledgoe Ba ler Fawn Bennlng. Nmeenl Thomp on Nlcllonald Colburn Howe 901 onfl rom Qchruer Hob on Slalr Dau Vanderlxloot ff-tl1n NIacE.1rl1fr11 H1rr1ng.ton Hollowav Loaell Clay The manlx Qport of ssreatlmff Lontmued to attrart the mtuest and partwlpatlon of mam Cadet- th1 xear and th1Q wear ure tl1n team d1cl all rlfht 111 11ter chr rl momhat Talun on Qchoola 111th much larfer enrollmenk and lo11 eatahlwhed ureatllnff pro fame the rappler came up sslth three ssmi one he and IX defeats The Heaaon termmatefl sslth a Gexcn team meet held 1n tht Herrlck Alumm xn1 and 111 1t 'N XIX p aced ourth 111 team -tandm Q Wiltll the lrt f1u1 cl elx hum fr Wmnm wt runter for the Red and Blue were ul fl Harrln ton Lon Getlm ken Thompeon Paul Bennm louli Hom and Randx Ymcent Hollossax D111 Nla1Ff1cher11 Nlaellonald Nta1r and faxan aw c1c a lot f mu ele flexmf for old Northufatern Harr111 ton Cftlm and Xmecnt all took 111 1 Xlflllal Qeeond 111 the Qexen max meet Coach flax dlfl h1 u ual fme hard flfltlllf job moldmff ure tler- out of all theie former 61 pound wxeakllnfm 1060 NF VON RoClxto11 T16 orffan ll N 1 X1 ui 1 W on Handlr ap t ohn W on N W Prep W axlaml Lf t Roelxton xx W on ax land 1 "mg" 53 l L ly f by I t 1 A X f u K ., ' " 15 A - , . 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' 371-15 .1 ' me 1,151 15-20 p, - f 4 'L : uf' U Wir rf For thoae actnmta durln the WNITIICI' who dldnt partlupate ID haakethall wrestllng or Qknnff dalls lJOMllI1f" wai a popular eport Wlth competltlon held at the Lake Genexa Allew 36 eadeti jomed for the Qeaion and became membere of the Jumor BOHl1H Conffreea The Group waa large enough to Qpht 1nto two leaffues whlch went on Qeparate daws Lnder the superx 1s1on of Coach Gatea befflnners and old proa both lmproxed the1r Qcorei and aweraffei Necretarles were elected for the two leagues Stexe Qllle was secretarx for the Nlayor League and Daxe Harman for the 'Vlmor Leavue M the end ofthe Qeaaon xarlous 1HdlYldl13lQ and teama were awarded honora Top team IH the Major Lea ue waa the Ten Pm Tappera John Dunlap poeted both hl h axera e and hlffh game Qcore m that lea ue The lleutenante Plue Two topped thf Umor Lea ue wlth Rlck 7lClll'lSkl holdmf' hl h mera c md ame Qfore ln that fmult L ,Q 14 aa: me ,s in ,S CQ, gs 35 Q0 36 -sf- f- NXTION XI RIFIE XQNOFIXTION FM! rou Qchou Lllflflqul 1 f Tack NIS I ohn on Harrln ton lundqul t K Dal l Serond ron Xlavliarllcrn Xlexander Qfhopp Iundqum F flm Ilan en Ru-'lx Thzrri rou 0Br1en Nlcffartx Brcn ne-man Bled-Jr gander- Nhuger New Not shaun Zlillllclxl 54 Winter afternoon activity at Majestic Hills was quite heavy this season. Mother Nature pro- vided the base, and avid cadets stormed the big hill with skis, poles. and enthusiasm. Although not really an organized sport, some skiers were as regular to Majestic as to the dining hall. Among these were Jack and Alan Moon, Bob Chamberlain. Carl Behrens, John Kroeger, and Peter Hellman. Mr. Ed Van Gorder daily supervised cadet goings on at Majestic, standing by with splints and liniment bottles. On the campus, the corps made use of the long winter to romp around and have battalion snow- ball fights. Tobogganning was done by some on the hills back of the dump, while others enjoyed the lake and skating. Some daring souls even skated to Lake Geneva! Labor detail had a full snow shoveling job all winter lt would be hard to say whether the corps was thankful or regretful when the last patches of snow melted and the lake ice broke up Northwestern s National Rifle As oclatlon Chapter had a ood year The S7 cadets shot for fun enjox ment and improv ement of scores The Chapter had the follmsm officers this sear Pre ldent lax Tack Yice President Vllke Darlm Evcecutne Karl Lundquist Treasurer John NI Harrln ton Coached hx NVQ t Frun John on the N R A participated in the 14th Corps postal match and took ith place ln the mtercompam match B Compam mon the Lewis Intercompans 'Vlarksmanshm Trophx 55 . U. '. . U y 3 A.. ef' ,, I Q ' z ' '- ? fa, V, .' ' L 1 .v ' ' ..s ' ' 2 ' . f . . . ' ' ' ' 'l U ' ' ' ' ai - 4 u . , -A ,.. - - . 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V 1 ' .1. , ll N N T " 71-1'1i v 1- 1111 '- W' Y' ' 111'l' 'Q ,111 k11r Q 11 111 111...-1 , v l l , I 1"'1 , 'NATIONAI FORFNQIFQ IEACUE First row Wen7el gchou Xtwmr Bu 1 Willa Peck Qvronrl mu Q ten 9 1rk Rom Pawsat Berkholu fhrletlaneen Mefartw Thzrrl mu f'l1rLf Ur Qtr-gmr Preendent -K F Mutter hee Preeldent Tn111Bu 1 Qt 1 ret trv Dwvk qC'll0ll Tren urer Im- Ulll 1 H1 tnrl ln RIN Wennl M111 or Debate and forenslcs at tlon bw the Northwestern chapter of tht N'1t1on'1l FOFCIIQICQ leaffue t 1 xear were hlffhlwhtefl hx the WSIUHIIIU of X ratmf' ln the State f0ICll ICN tour nament bx three Cwdet Thex were Tom Bu e 111 orlglna om 11111 f Ulllae In no11f1r1U1nal or atlon and B111 Wenzel 111 extemporaneou Qpeakmff N 1 ai- foren IC HCUXI tlea for the X631 QE a new h1 h 1n total N F L pomt at 1 9 Seweral 1ew. member jomed the NFL thl tear bx ssmnlne pomt 111 1nter chool debate and foren IC Dan Ro John Cla1lte Cha1le btark and Bert Ntlttgen Pete Berkholtz a seteran debater bIOUf'ht IIT addltlonal CHCFQCIIC talent 57 .'1 1 , ,. .. .1 . .' .,,. i'. sS',."S, ' ':.titv'..tz'. .- ,,, , K 'U ,, , . . . . .L .. 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F ln the trad1t1on of the Chrxstmas season at Northwestern the Senlor Class organlzed and presented the annual Chrlstmas Parts Featured on the program u as a slut put on bv the Thesplans the Let ters to qanta Claus Chrlstmas readlnfrs and a wsord from Colonel Jacobson The h1Uhl1Uht came mth the appearance of Santa Claus Refreshments were serxed and a good tlme was had bx all A truls beautlful Washlngrton Ball was enjox ed bx the Cadets and members of the falr sex ln m1d tear The Class of 1961 rose to the occaslon ln flne sts le as thex decorated the Herrlck Alumnl Cwmnaslum wuth balloons and streamers to produce a loxely dance settlnfr A performance by the Crack Compam and the presentatlon of Semester awards added unlque Northwestern touches to the esemnfv 58 ,i . XXRNITX BXNFB-XII I-'msg m Nrhopp gvyend rm Rehfelrlt C nh xfllfll Nfllllllfl fxole Harrln ton Seronrl ru 1 f a IS lr Pm at NfhI'lY4I' Yfrflfrhxr Thzrd mu, Bremer Muatfr Hirman Nlarmn Kru fr Du mann re 1 he me hattex Sumw anfl the runner Strealw arm th plate It ss aS the he l amf lf t c ea on anam t Belmt fatholle hut the KHTQIIX l t m 7 The teim pllt a pair of ame mth lake uret mm tw ot er 1meS anfl 0St txm or a total ea n leemc 0 um an 0 Se The Sfuaf hlt well all ea on anfl had oocl pltchln from A F Msmter RU Pass at 'mfl Ffl Cole and xmulfl haxe non at lea t tum more game hut fo a leakx flefen f Daxe Harman plaxecl hehmcl the plate and J NI Har rm ton ua on flr t Team Captaln ua- ortt p fhuelx Rehfelflt anl r xI1lf'l'l r arherl the rlmnmnrl men 59 4 I K I f I qi L3 x 1 A Z 5 2. 2 I f ' l f , . l af- 1 7 : , ' - L : l I r I G . "1 A ,. 'l , ., l ,f sl, ,A . V ,V , f ' . ,W . . . .. A. lc: f . .1 ' S . 1 . xv. ' 4 ' , ' . ,, . ' ' ,LZ . . 1: I Kmk -. Kr-'51' n. awe. L -' . . Y' 1 L . 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T SOPH FROQH BAQEBAIL 1'1rst rou, Keegan Nlarlon Coach Anlch Guxnn Gordon Zmke Second row Dalton Turner Ba ler Harrmgton Yalee Thzrd row Iawry Murphw Bohon MO6blU Not shown Coach Cates The NW APS conference dldnt arran,.e for any Soph l'roQh eompetltlon ID baseball thls Vear and therefore the 'N MN A team had a werx Short Qeaeon Competln a alnst Mukwsonafro Walwsorth and twslce Lake Genexa the team dldnt meet xuth too much Quccesi At the end of the season the record Qtood at no sum one t1e and three lowei hut the cadete plated hard and had fun learnln Nerderbar uae pleked ae the team Captam and the Moet Yaluahle plaxer wae NIHTIOU The hatterx wae compoeed of Turner p1tcher and Zlnke Catcher The beet flelder uae Gut nn and the top hltter uae Nlarlon Other membere of the Qtartln team were Yatee Trumbull Kee an and Harrln ton M Mr Paul Catee who can reallx hlt a hall dld a flne Joh of coachmr 60 . ' lf. 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Hangon Clark: f'uQter Ne-leon Bader Bllrkmon Suomi rou Harper faxan Falee Fox Wemel Qchou Third row 'Nhlburr Mr Flfmlng Bottom Wllllae SCTVICE fortw love match' Thla Qequence of word pellQ wslnmnfr tennla and thle xear under the fruldance of Nlr Carv Flemlnff the tennli team deflnltels had a Sxmmnff Qeaaon The bow non thelr flfgt three then Qtumbled a llttle loalnfr two 1n a row to Lake Foreat Follmsmff thla houexer they finished the Qeaion ln flne Qtsle hx wmnmgz the reit of thelr m'1tc'heQ The hwh pomt Came when the Cadets beat thelr arch rlvali from Qt Johni Nlllltarx Aeademx In two Qucceiine matchea Frm h lnfr the Geaaon suth a record of elfrht XlCt0I'l6Q H931 mt two defeak the tennla team pros ed ltaelf to he one of the Qtronveet athletlc teamc that Northsseatern had thxc xear Xlumber One QIFIUICQ Joe Nllllai Numher Two qlFl"lPQ Nllke Cuater Number Three Q1nf'leG Jas 'Nelion Flret Douhle Ned Ba lex Rower Blaclxmon Second Double John Clarke Rlchard Hanaon 45' 1 61 1 ' .! , I S '- 'M .ff qw' ,,t, ' ' ' s'Cfo'r, -f ' , 8 2,9 1' J.: . 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S TRACK Fzrst row Nlanclnl Berger Van Klrk Alexander Howe Moon Hellman Von Wollenberger Second row Pawsat 'Nlel ter Qtark Tack Walker Dudek Thompson McDonald Third row Coach Clay Schou Sander Holloway Stalr Taylor Bang' The startlng gun sounds, and another track event IS under way Thls year, under the uldm hand of Coach Clay another group of Cadets took to the track Amonv the more experlenced members of thls years track team were Wayne Sander who was undefeated ln shot put competltlon and strong ln the dlscus Peter Hellman who ran well ln the 880 and Ray lVlarschalk who ran the short dlstance sprmts very well Other strong members of the team were Louls Howe polnt wmnmg pole vaulter Jeff Von Vlfollen bert runmn the low hurdles and Jlm Mac Donald runmnff the 440 'Nleets were held mth Elgln Academy St Johns Nlllltary Acad emy and St Marys of Burllncton The team desplte many hours of hard practlce dld not w1n any meets but the boys dld place ln many ey ents 62 GOLF Fzrst row Krueger Weed Hull Smith Rauch Second row Shepard Lundquist Heller Busse Anderson Dunkel Vanderkloot Top Coach Stegner Fore' And another ball curves into the sand trap Possibly that was the golf teams trouble this year At any rate the teams record at the end of the season stood at I win 2t1es, and 4 losses Mr Stevner the club pro had some good team material in Wally Smith Terry Hull, Barry Weed Georve Rauch and Johnny Kroeger but somehow the breaks were just against them Even the weather interfered by falfllllg out a few games The team loved going to practice in their open alr limousine except when lt rained' The team s solitary w1n was avalnst Beloit Catholic Two losses were suffered ln playmg against Lake Forest Other teams played were St Johns St Marys and Delawan Many of the team practiced on the 7 hole pitch and putt course on the south campus. Of course, water wings were required after a rain. Perhaps next sea- son things will be a bit rosier for the N.M. N.A. dubbers and slicers! hd wang i '1 Country clubbers Well we who s bo Watch me tella Forced march Don t cry son Kangaroo court U-2? , I Tickling Tom. Next it'll be paper dolls. 1 64 Endsville. ff" H Q a rig ,gff 1 9 V 1 , df fin 1 L-:L .. V 9 ' .fs Howe's the steak, men? I-LMS' Bounty. What profamty Colonel ' furw Colburn Idle wo, hip No you cant have my monogram And lf elected Invalid 9 Charlle We-an wr Bring up the artlllrrw ,Im rule Pree how l'oul F111 Ea s Rem df' CADETS 'S 6 ' tu g in 7 :ix Q E11 Ur m 3 X A M m 3 ' ' 5' ' "f If' QW' x ff 11 SC - r 4 - 23- , ,' 1 , - Q 5 f' -50' Thte tear Q 8th Grade w ag blvgzer and hetterl 'Pt than ln paQt xearQ Some of the mlvhtler mem l1erQ of the claQQ lI1Cll1dPCl PaQQ Faleg who waQ the flrQt to reeene a mmor letter land on hlm lt looked luke a mayor! and Chuck Blowhard Bohon the onlx rufftan to recelve hls football nu meralQ Vlho Lan forget llutt and Jeff? We mean JL 'VIeserQ and Qandx lNordland who when found together Qpelled m1Qch1ef wtth a capttal NI QCITICQICIQ found UQ cleamnv up ln the wax of honorQ Burdell Atwater Qallx Gordon and Gund ho Cleler recelxed lfogers Stars and Hotwater alQo walked off wtth 2nd place honorQ for new man drlll The endtnu of Semesters brought add1t1onQ to our ClaQQ Tex Lockett and the wlldllll? Snacker Krltehexgr Of course f lll f Q none o UQ wt we orgettmfr k1p Bertram our claQQ clown who entertalned UQ durmf' all our elaQQeQ Ye lt Q heen a ,ood xear from t e f1rQt Fa ln to the la t DlQm1QQe ,s as 36 -as Q-4? an 8th GRADE Front row Adamslu Atwater Bertram Bohon l'aleQ Second rou Fleler Cordon Laun MewerQ 'Xordland 'Not Shown Krltchewer Lockett ln the w ordQ of our f'laQQ Q patron Qalnt qergeant Ttnx W1 ke Th1Q wear s claQQ IS out Qtandln We thou ht Q0 tmo We had ,ood t1meQ 'ind 'food eatln rlgzht at the Qtart on watermelon dax and we ef rtamlx were Introduced to our lordQ and maQterQ faQt enough There were calls to S 1 and thoQe dreaded power fallureQ and hm that lmugle waQ a hard thlnff to et uQed to We dldnt know X1l'1lCll end w ag up when we f1rQt Hot our UunQ But we Qhaped up okay qome of our claQQ 'G ac 07, CCI 5: -1 9 lR QHNIFN fron! ron llt lrr llennln B r ff Bled f an f llturn ll x l qrromf ron Dudelt Fowler fttlxn futnn llxrpfr Harrm on 68 - 'Y , , F , -, Z. 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Xl. 1 ' 1111211112 111:11 S i'rs 111 ' 111' UIl4Vl'1l1l ll1t'11' Q1--lg 'ta Y1-Q sir. 1111 11111111 all '-'Ylll 111911-. lwv C1111.11111111'1-11112111. 1111-11 if 1 11 1li1l11'1 :et 111 1111111 1111 111211111111 1111112 914 .1111 111 1l11J fall. W' '11 pl ' ' . 1111-12 li11l1- 111111111111 f111 111 1 1l1l1t'F. Well. the Class of 1962 has seen another year go by. lt was a tight squeeze in some places, but we managed to pull through once again. Each year the cadets come up with some very original nicknames for a few of our more prominent members. Among these we should include the following: Alan Moon, who is notoriously called 6'Alfonse" for reasons unknown: g'lVloose,' Trumbullg Dick Van Kirk, who calls himself "Choo-choow: '6Paul', Bromberg. To make this list complete. we must include "Ricky7' Shuger. nDuck" Heller. and g'Porkv Pigi' Kennedy. This year we've even given our class a name. Wfhe Superior Sophomore Class of 1962.9 In the field of sports, our Sophomore Class has uncovered some promising talent. In football we have John MacEachern. Alan Moon. and "Rake" Hellman. In basketball and wres- QOPHONIORFS Front row Ale hire Ander on Beemer Bobrowlu Bromberg Christian en Second rou Clifford Dalton Dlnkel F1 her Fox Cillilan Codlev lV0t shown Clarke Q 1 A Leu Nlaclfachern Nlcfartx N161 ter 'Nlilburn 'Noi Shaun Hud on 70 ' , , ' , 's , , ' ' . 1 1. . ' : ' . SOPHOXIORES, Front rout Coslin. Heller. Hellman. Howe. Keegan. Kennedy Second rout Koske. Kruger. NOPHONIOREQ Front V011 XIUHPI Nhrmn Nlron Pewrfn P1eron P1111-'I' n gwonrl mu flflf' Rvrkfr Rlchtmwrf- Qddri Qhepard qhu Pr Qmuh Not Qhoun Rauch 6 " oo . QC -1 gg N HONIORFN ff0V7f mu 11111 Qmfer L 1 1 11 ron 1 r Y r 1 1 n 41 mf r 1 mum 1 X 1 1Il,.. rr ww w' 141 v ful e 1 vi um 'mg 11. 41 -, 'iii . ' ' ' 1" Y Te. " ff.. mpfn. N imly' Y'If'f'Ilf. r TP 11 auf rv" ' 3 s' ' , 1 if ' c 11Pr:f. aw , . 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' AQLQ' 71 Our blg CXC1tlIlg year has drawn to a close, but we strll can remember all of our prob lems, experlences and adventures from September through June as clear as yesterday The fall saw us returnmg to NMNA wlth expectatlons and elatlon over our new status We were fl nally upper classmen wlth those cherlshed smoklng prlvrleges eventual late hghts, and, wrth work, some rank Football called, and some of us went to tackle the dummles, llke Cud dles Chamberlam, Whlle Peanutsl' Hull and Rog Pawsat were flrst strlngers on the varslty has ketball team Wlnter and what a wmter' made Malestlc Hllls the Slte of fun frlled after noons wlth the skrer, VG There were also those wlnter hlkes around the campus and we Presulent Treasurer Glenn Schoenenberger Terry Hull John C Hamngton Carl Behrens Secretary Hzstonan Robert Chamberlam James Brown Front Schoenenberger Harnngton Back Hull Brown Cham berlam Behrens made sure a lot of semors ended up ln the snow drlfts Semesters came and went, and a few of our honored brothers, Dlck Hanson,J C Harrmgton, and B111 Davls made fame academ lcally Our class was now organlzed wrth class offlcers, membershrp rn the Student Congress Crack. Company departed brothers, new brothers so many thmgs took place ln the course of the year' Out of our classes comes a whole reservolr of memorable mcldents Remember Hull s mlx ture of zlnc and nltrlc aCld going pooffw What about the debates between GG and Lund qu1st'7 l l Kim Allen Carl Behrens Peter Berkholtz Ray Boller 72 , . I, Cf ' ,T ' CG as ' ' sa ' - ' - . . , Vice-President Prophet i: , ' . : , , - , . . . , - . ' 2 ' 3 . . . , . ,Iames Brown Robert Chamberlaln Wnllndm Davn Robert Dooley Charles Dussmann Rlchard Haneon John Harrlngton Fharle Hob on Terry Hull Bryan Knud en lame Ladd Karl Lundqul I P Q David Mac.-Krthur Jeff Nelson Roger Pawsat .lon Porter 73 Dan Ross Glenn Schoenenberger Robert Schopp .lon Schreyer Joseph Scofield Frank Skala John Smyly Thomas Swendson Eugene Warren There were those gemmy chemmy tests whlch Mr Clbulka Sald were easy The Black Death gave us some good lectures on Emstem but the homework' Our class has ltS extroverts llke Bobby Dooley and Jeff Nelson but ln contrast the lntroverts managed to k ep thmffs balanced Brown and Schoenenberger learned somethmg about ladders and dance decoratmg' Romeo Behrens helped to llven up our love llfe and Swendson played Sandy enough tlmes for all of u We have that deadly combmatlon of Ross and Smyly from that blg town of Detrolt and also our noted tactlclan Knudsen who ellmmated Hell Hltler from hls vocabulary thls year Sprmg saw most of us wlth sergeant strlpes and great rcsponslbllltles llke Offxcer of the Day tours The year came to a qulck close with a whlrlwmd of events but ln a few weeks we ll 20 through lt all again What mlll lt be lllce as sen1ors'7 74 l l w l as au - . . as as - - 9 7 Q . t. D . ' 44 99 ' ' as 99 ' s S. C . ca - as - ' . . 4, . . ,, 9 7 S - - - ca Q . . . . ,, . . V . - . . , ' 9 7 . . . . . . Y , g . . THE CLASS OF 1960 CADET MAJOR STEPHEN H. SILLS PRESIDENT CADET CAPTAIN CHARLES C REHFELDT VICE PRESIDENT CADET LIEIJTENANT COLONEL ALBERT G ATWATER SECRETARY CADET FIRST LIEUTENAINT THONIAS W BLSSE TREASURER CADET CAPTAIN PETER C REILAND HISTORIAIN CADET FIRST LIEUTENANT DAVID C HARMAN PROPHET CLASS HISTORY Let me mtroduce myself I am the Spanlsh Cannon that SltS out m front of Dayldson Hall I haye seen classes come and go ever smce Northwestern was founded Now It IS Commencement t1me a a1n and I am thlnklng back over the past four years How well I remember the freshmen class four years ago It had everythln from Cowboys to Beavers They all had a funny feehn 1n the p1t of the stomach as thelr parents droye away leay1n them to the tender rnercles of thelr Company Commanders Wells and Vysa All except for seyeral old hands Atwater M1llas Harmen Sander Nelson Colburn Peck Greer and WICKIHHIJH the or1 mal and 1mmortal Rlnky Dlnks Well It was a treat year By the ,rapevme I heard that the boys really enjoyed IVIS that year wlth S t Porter They Sald h1s fayorlte sayln wa Sander you 1t down and stand at attentlon 1n the Rontonda' Then there was the n1C,ht a certam party threw a bed cap mto the ma1n hallway and the whole battallon had to stand at attentlon for forty flye mmute That was the year Ackerman started the wel ht l1ft1n craze around N 'VI N A and Nlukwona o Nllkf had PIICIIIYIF practlce all wmter ln Enghsh I You made a pretty ood catcher dldnt you Sleepy Seth? Many a Cadet went out of there wlth whlte chalkmarks of dlstmctxon Sl n1fy1n a rude awaken Commencement that year was an CXCIIIII one for the class of 60 for mo t of them 1t wa thf-1r lrst -X few months later a new year had be un and Bubble was 1n the drxyere t Xly how he struck fear 1nto the hearts of the NISE fools new and old at that f1rst rep meetm Speakm cf wlse fools who can for et that coupled w1th Tee Hee' from that well known cour e Athlete of God? Somehow tlme dra ed a l1ttle that year At perm1t tlme there were usually eyeral of the class of 60 s1tt1n on my corroded barrel anxlously aw a1t1n thelr parents and a few cher1 hed hour IH the ClYll1Z6d world outslde -Xnd how they enjoyed return1n later to cayalcade before the cheer IH crowds 1n those comfortable blue reys' At Commencement It broke the boy heart to ee ome of thelr beloyed senlor offlcers and frlends o fellows llke Ixnuckle Komlc and entle Nlllxf' Ho t The next years lt wa onward and upwards w 1th Flabby Cabby 111 command and a few mme new face Can you remember the day 1n September I918 when you thou ht you aw a parent tanf ln 1n the Cadet ranks only to fmd out later that 1t was a General by the name of BFEICISIGYO T1at 75 1 Y . . . . Y. V . . . . U . . l., . V , ' U , . . 1 P .T . U . . . , v Y V. U M' U 17 F' ' r . I . L 1 9 H 1 7 s - 9 X T gr' U fl' ' l . . ' I . . " . ' ' l " g ' S. H- . 'Y . . y, Y .U . Y Y . . - . L . V- . v . S .U . - U , I . P rt . .. .. .1 .. . Q . ' ' 0' ' I . ' fl . l S ' . . ' . A , 7 . . L . . i . 8.2 . -. S . . . U V V . . U ' . v . 1n,. U I, .. , s s 7 y U H -Q A . . . U v . 1 1 ,, , s . . sea , . y. . H . ,, . . f- . ' ' rr rv y C , . X E.. . F s - - s -1 4. 4 - S," g , ' . ' ' s 1 s ,, . . . . V go. . , . . . . FC. 1 . - - s 0' ' ' ' rr ' s f - - C . . I L. c 5 s ' ' c : 1 ' 1' t' if . ' ' g ' - g . js s s s, . U . -- - 0. ' , t ,, - A - , , I 1. A - ' - S , V H ,' -4 - -', ' - , ' S. ' ' ' . I ' ' g ' S ' 5 l- year as Junlors the Class of 1960 cllmbed up the flrst rungs of the ladder of rank and responsxblllty The cry went up Next week we Il have to et organlzedl and so they dld Steserlno was elected Class Presldent at the memorable Noyember meetlng wlth Major Llllch bestowmg the coveted late llghts prlulege on the exalted ones The Class was proud of the dances lt put on especlally the jungle paradlse that grew up overmght 1n the old Gym The Junlors had the Varslty basketball court practlcallv to themselves that year lt was also the year of the foundlng of the Thesplans chemlstry wlth Mr McKay and the great water shortage And that brings to mmd the blg whlng dlng when the new gym was dedlcated At Commencement 1939 the Class of 1960 kept seeing themselyes ,ettmgz up on the platform ln another year and the bl, questlon hoyered ln the back of ey erybody s mmd Hom wlll our Class do next year and how w1ll 1 do9 Well lt seems llke just yesterday that I saw the Class of 60 return last September for thelr b1g,,est year Shlny new buttons and strlpes sprouted on thelr shoulders and sleeves and they drd thelr best new year started off a little wlldly wlth a sea olnc, colllslon on watermelon day but ln the newly palnted rooms and hallways of Davldson Hall everythlng was soon shlpshape 1 uess 1 dont hase to tell you all the thlngs that happened thus year Homecomln Sklpper and hrs abstract thlnklng the advent of ulncy Crunchln the foundmg of the Student Concress C 1 and the ,reat go kart race durmg Hellweek well never foraet them and many other thln s And now Commencement 196015 here and soon the braduatlon exerclses the last parades and the Commencement Ball will also be memorles As you leave here Sunday members of the class of 1960 look around you at Davldson Hall and at your classmates whom you wlll be seem tobether probably for the last tlme I wlll see the last of vou leave and then I wlll be alone abaln Wlth my mem orles untll another year another enterm, class another raduatln, class 1 am the Spamsh can non that sits out ln front of Davldson Hall 1 salute you Class of 1960 untll we meet agam 76 V , . 7 . . , , , CG 9 U ' 77 ' v ' , I. . U . . , . V. Q . 5 , Y 1 . . . I U . u n I I J I I v 1 ' ' ' Q ' r nf ' ' Y 'U ' , ' , v J ' , sc Y 7 " . V ' . 7 g . ,, , . 9 . . . V . . U . . . . y . . to look menacing to the new boys and to the old ones they knew they would have to get in line. The , , , -U . U . . V . 7 Y C' T . . . . . U , V T ' F V . . Y . U . . . . , ' U7 ' Q ' ' l ' rr y A H cr . ' I , . . . , fr ' g . . t U . . 7 7 'T . . 1 7 1 . Y . . U U 9 7 U . I . y . U . . v . . . U U . U . - ' l l . . 1 . L 7 U l . . PETER LLEW ELLYN ALEXANDER Platoon Gu1de lst of B Qtaff Ser eant SPIDER in an wer for eserythmg Our temper cannot he lo I hw lo mg them HAROLD FRANCIS ALT Platoon Gulde lst of A Staff Sergeant WHALE Big money man Rucker an fool grea e the wheel of fortune ALBERT GEORGE ATWATER Battallon Commander Lleutenant Colonel Xf X Mrk and tlred t a the twlg bent the tree melmerl Cla Nncxetarx EDW ARD W ILLI ANI BASLER qerceant Nlajor Nlaater Qer eant NKINNX Permxt handler The man who graduate today and top learning tomorrow ROCLR LXNIOINP BI XCIXXION Platoon Ner eant la of X Ner eant Ptrit Cla BLXL RIE Tr uhled Rf Ill? 1 1 r .1 1 an mxentl n L the weak tw neu Q n th of tht Tl JOHN PETER BREIDNTER Platoon Ner eant 5rd of B Ner eant Fur tCla DXDDH LENERXL X mxle for exerxone Lau h and the world lau I1 mth sou weep in vu weep ilone T T ' U V c H .. A Q V 1 . bu U' ' 56 Q d Q S , Q. " ' ...lflus 's - " 'S Qss Q - ' ' 7 , n., rr . ' U . L C P V .'- 1 S S r . . is uneducated the day after." N P A . ,- 2 ,: V. ,W , ,D fl - .I ,- . g ' . . ss " .l' 11 1'f..."NI+tl- ily 'Q A hu If ' ' 4 tl'3llZC Ill' Qtre fl 1 it mg." f 2 -f Q .L L g S ss " . ' 1 .' . h .... S ' ' g ' gs' . d jw ' . KENNETH DIRK BRENNEMAN Platoon Gulde 3rd of B Qtaff Sergeant BE -XY ER Practlcal Joker Ewerv man affaxr hovuexer llttle are lmportant to h1m elf THONIAS W ILBER BLSQE Platoon Leader 2nd of A Elret Lleutenant TONI fla defender Let ue haue wme and vsomen llllflh and laughter Sermons, and oda mater tht dax after Cla Trea unr JOHY EV ERETT COLBLRN Platoon Gulde lst of B Staff Sergeant SNIILY Qulet but happy The thmg that coats the least and doe the mot 19 jut a EDWARD ALBERT COLE Platoon Sergeant 3rd of A Ser eant Errst Claw Y IRC Conflrmed bachelor Deatl 1 the only km who must he reco I1lZ6fl NIICHAEL SHEA CLQTER Platoon Sergeant 2nd of A ner eant F1rQt Claw CEEXIENT The Nouth mll fl e agam Worth malxe the man want of ll the fellow NIIKELL CR-UG DARLINC Elelcl Nluelc Ntaff Ser eant NIIKE Hum lsphxcl t The adde t wt ,rd of ton uf or pen are tht t n N on xt mlght haw fun .. v Q- - - . 5. , 'S ' s, ' ' , S . f I 4 l L, S' ."...-Qss ..." . ' , . Q : M . .v :'FF 'S ' . r .4 U - tt - - ' s s . s slmple sm1le." U . . U -- "V "... ' ...H l's , - W g . g . A r e U -. Q U ' T C - - A A . . . M ' S . . . 5 U F ,, .. .A U n . .S n n N R R V, , H . . . 4, ,js I JOHN LABOLLE DUNLAP Color Guard Sergeant First Class 'BOOLAN . . . Good man with a story . . . l'Have un in life, but make yourself useful." REDRICK ANTHONY CREER Platoon Guide-2nd of A Qtaff Sergeant 'GRUNT" . . . Happy Wanderer . . . "A late start s better than none at all DAVID CHARLES HARlVlAN Platoon Leader 2nd of A FITSI Lteutenant 'NIEATBALL Happy go luckw There only eight great meatballs in that little hlttv can Class Prophet JOHN MARTIN HARRINCTON Platoon Leader lst of A Flrst Lleutenant DADDY Radro lmer 'Ham 1 mxclxle make a muvkle ROBERT JANIEN HFIN 'ird of A Qtaff 9er,.eant GERNIXN 100' Xmerlran Keep wour landing gear down 1nd enga L hmm before peaking SETH ALLEN HOLLOW AX Platoon Leader 2nd of B Flrst Lleutenant n lf xou mll vu taxe cart ss mt xml about mx boat .v l tt ., , .. . , v ., .. . V ,, Y, . nf. .-. . . I - .. . n M rr , .. ,r. 1 ' . vi K .gi ,' , t, . . A 1e',' " .l tl" " of 'lt 'tsay LONIXIXNDER Mc Tannx II Xhu e W ILLIANI WASHINGTON ISETTS III Ist of B Prn ate WAQHINGTON Sun lamp and pool cue Nmlle wlth the mtent to do mx chxef JOSEPH NIICHAEL KEITHLEY Platoon Gulde 2nd of B Staff Serbeant OE Imper onator Pam Ihrou I1 PX pcfrlc-noe 1 the be-it method of learmng WILLIAVI GEORGE KISSEL Platoon Gulde 'Srd of A Staff Serreant KAR Found ewerywhere He who goe- out to et the wolld on flre often comes crawlln back for more matche IANIES CHAPIIN LARUE Color Guard Ser,.eant Flrst ClaQs frlttered away bv detall lmpllfy nnpllfy m P 1 Y CARL ALFRED LLINDQLIST Battallon Staff qtaff Qerceant C A 'NIOON Nlarnmg twpe I am one woman man but xhe trouble 1 I dont know whxch woman R-'H NIOND JOHN NIARSCH ALR Platoon Ser eant IQt of B Ser eant F1rQtClaQQ BI TCH A frxtnd of all I alwax war .1 mxle whw don I wnu' v , , , Q' 'lo .I s S H: . v. . .S . '., kr ff s . ,C . ' it 0' .. .. 4. 5 ' ' , " g ' , 7 U . L HOGRE' . . . On the spot . . . 'Our lives are . W 1 .Sag .v.S. .yvsii l'f'." ' w 1 pf L U t'.... j a . s 'Sq . Y . g - - - U . V L. C ,- I - Q V . , ..- ' N . U 1 . JOHN WXLIE NICKINNON JR Platoon 'erffeant Fleld Nlumr Nlaater Serceant NI-XC KIDS lze Not man If am man van plaw the- plpe ln fod name' le-t hxm plax JOSEPH JOHN XIILLAN Adjutant Battal1onQtaff Vlajor YE Muay generou en1u 1 ower wlurh dazzle mortal ew hu ewerance- mn ell ,gui e JOHN NIILION NIOON Platoon Gulrle l'1Plel Nlume Staff Qer eant HL KLKJ Af K love ure- O wtar not hy the moon the lflffbll tant moon that monthlx ehange TERRY OLIN ER NEES Battallon Staff 9upplx Qer e-ant SHEPHERD Meruge ram her Speak Ing from elxperle ne ef IM FRP DRII NELSON atoon Le aele r lat ll Plr t l wutenant fHINlx in s 1 re Pxerx! un Ml n 1 me s 1 1 BRL LL XRDPN PPLR Platoon Leader Plelcl Nlu IC Fur t LIEUICHHIII BLNN Puma dcnna bus re readx hand rather than the readw ton ue AJ Ce 1 , ., 4 A' L-I U ".lJ " ...A "js - - - . . . "Cb ' S. that p '- - ', ' 1- oft I pe-r- Q ' ' x ' '51 'Q-... . l , A . 1 ff . . ,. , . , ' . S . . . - - 1 S... . Q ' U . 1 ., I. Nlaster Sergeant Pl ' ' - . f R . S J. .. I A- I I I XL VIN an K.. I. gl l . l 'TX ie- man knowe how to e-nfore' with tn- 1pe'r. unel 'one-il' t- x itl eligmityf' " . .. ' - v ... 1l'll1t' CHARLES CLARENCE REHFELDT Compans Commander Compans A Captaln CHANIP All around good gus Cham plon are made not horn Cla XICE Pre ldent PETER CHANIBERS REILAND Compam Commander Compam B Captam THE OLD 'NIAIN Hard worker Speak oftlv and carry a blg Qtlck I la Hlstorlan WAYNE RICHARD SANDER F1rst Sergeant Company B lVIaster Serceant PANDA Always good for a laugh who dlnea wllh the deul must hawe a long spoon RICHARD DALE SAURWEIIN Color Guard Sergeant Frrst Clasa western glwes you dl crplme and educauon but lt lack QOC1dI llfe 18 GIRLS PALL FR-X'NIx SCHIVIID F1r2tSer,eant Compans 'I Xlaeter Ser eant G0 AT 'Nerxou Norxou great to be great llut 11 greater to be human DIRCK THEODOR SCHOL Battahon Staff Captaln NIEX Bram to pare I thmk there fore I am and lf I am angered I am conquered I .I -- , 4. Q ..., H , . . . . ' Ss Y' S' . , .. Y .4 , Q ' . U. . .I V, . . . , i l SL . . A rr ik L 1? ' I ' v V I l I HI-Ie . . . ,, 'IBLINKYN . . . Electronics madman . . . i'North- .V .S . . . , . .I . . N s L - . ., . I r f - ' A A LJ ' x 0' 1 ' AL U' I - S K. " . 'S..."It'sf' ' 9g 19 I 'S 5 '. - i g ' ' 4 . STEPHEN H-XRTVC ELL SILLS Executue Offlcer Battahon qtaff Nlajor ESTEBXN Faxor for ewerwone There 1 reclprocal plea ure 1n go1ern1ng and hung goxerned Cla PrP1df2nt JAY ROBERT TACK Color Guard Ser eant l"1r t Clam TROII Xlwsaw mat 5 the 1 tlung 1n life- that Iufp u on tht track mu 4 n lt upon a rnnuntam but not upon a tack LLREH JOHN NOCT lll lst of B Prnate PHILOQOPHER Why why whvg I mar the Cham I forgPd1nl1fe do xou'7 JOHN BXRRY WEED Platoon Leader Grd of B P1rQt L1eute-nant 'I RIN liuu lt m lf mu r ont W II Ll XXI XRTHI R W EN7Pl llatt1l1or1Ntaff laptfun fl R XNUNI' mmutf Hllfl wrr PR SNR DP BRICK ZIP LINNRI Platoon Ner eant Znd of B 'er eant Flr t Cla HE AD l.1lxe RXNK Tl11nlt1n 1 the lar e t ws wrlt there ws ll1Cl1 1 prohah x T16 e e .1 e ID , .1 4 SQ 5' , . . gr ' S .. ..., - --5 1' . . . "IU: 11111- ' 5 ' ' . V 1 . g 1 f -3 1- -u - . . . , ' f, ' ,'. . . . ,F ' 4 ' ' Q Y, ." ."'...llig 'WNIQ j l ' UINlf'l'SILlHIl it. oppose- it." K L A -T C .4 L 'f'.-.".'1"...l,aNt ' 1 . ..."lt1x 111u1'l1 l'1l'lf'f In lw vritival than to ln- rr wrt." I Q 3' - V -R L SI 5 55 l- d S '4 ' is- ' ' li lj l reason so f w ng EI ' it," CLASS PROPHECY The year is 1985. The place is Catalina Island, about 26 miles off the coast of California. The reason a combined class reunlon and syndlcate meetlng The meetlnc IS belng held ln thls remote place by speclal order of Mr A My name IS Dave Harman I am owner and publlsher of a top name scandal sheet ln one of the blg cltles and your reporter for thls story The arranged meeting place IS Pete The Beachcomber Alexander s Hideaway on the outsklrts of Catalina Pete IS an actlye mem ber of Mr A s organization He IS the boss of Beachcomber s Local 108 Whlle back at N M N A the members of thls class were refined youn gentlemen wlth one alm ln llfe freedom Now they are all under the wln of lVIr HFA syndlcate boss Mr As front IS a corporatlon law offlce ln Chlcaoo The meetln IS mlsslng one member of the class President John Breldster a graduate of Annapolls who IS now slttlnc n the Whlte House unaware of thls meetlnc We are all seated around a long table wlth the representatlves llnlng each slde As I scan over those seated I see Slob LaRue from the LaGrange Ill Chapter of the Drycleaners Unlon HIS motto IS Spots are my Buslness Chuck Rehfeldt 1S next accompanled by hls lovely Wlfe fthe former Lynn Weber! Champ IS Mr A s top SldCklCk ln the cereal racket He has a monopoly on Wheatles Seated next to Mr A IS none other than Tom Busse Tom IS now ln the car buslness and takes care of lVIr A s cars Hls latest creatlon IS a 1960 VW Wlth a full race 1985 Bulck 800 horsepower motor It s used for those fast getaways In the background we can hear the sweet melodlous sounds of muslc provlded by Sklnny John McKinnon s Swlnglng Scotchmen The muslc IS pleasant lf you llke bagplpes Slttlng next to Tom IS John Boola Dunlap from the Mllwaukee Chapter He has provlded all the llquld refreshments ln cluding the ollves The next man IS from the MldW6St It s Roger Blackmon from MOTTIS Illlnols and he IS dressed to klll He s now the owner of a large chaln of Body Tone Muscles Bulldlng shops He and Seth Holloway are ln steady rlvalry because Seth IS ln the same buslness AG and Polly Atwater are next a lovely couple Remember when AG was a treat athlete at N M lN A 9 I thlnk he was cau ht once for smoklng He IS now presldent of the BCCCIIIIII1 Chewln by a beautiful blonde HIS llne of buslness IS bein, a playboy He says ltS better than workln lVIr R Saurweln 15 a llttle late to the meetlng but treets Mr A yslth a wlnk bllnk and a nod Dlck l a bl electrlcal enclneer for R C A Easv Ed Cole IS next Ed found out that women yyerent so bad after all He and John Colburn are ln the nlcht club buslness ln Las Vecas and they say thelr mldnl ht shoyy IS creat Sklnny Ned Basler IS slttln next to Ed He play ed basketball ID colle e and declded to o lnto the coachln pro fesslon hlmself He acts just llke hls old high school coach T B Slayln Daddy HHTIIHFIOU IS next and he asks one of the Walters for a telephone book to S11 on He s noyy the presldent of 'V B C an ln hls spare tlme announces some of the Chlca,.o Cubs baseball ,ames Oh I for ot to mentlon thls but Blll Klssel proylded the transportation for the eyenlng He IS noyy the oyxner of a bl StC3IT'lS1l1P1lI1C and transports Mr A all over the world C A Lundqulst IS next yslth hls Wlfe fthe former Terrv Rappel Carl took oyer hls father s buslness and IS doln flne He flnally ot that 1960 Pontlac Bonneville from 'VIr A Fred Greer IS slttln next to C A Fred l ln the forestry buslness ln Callfornla All the wood that Fred cuts oes to Bucky Beay er Brenneman s paper factory The two also make matches for lVIr A s clrars Then from the opposite end of the 84 I I . . . . I . U . . . . . . . . I I 6, ,, , . . . . . I - , . . . , . . . I U . . . . . ., C . . I . U . , . , , C - . . . ., . . . . . . U I . g . . . I . . . . . . U : . . . UI 7 7 " Q 9- - ' . S, . ,, . . . . ' 7 . , . . . I . , . . . . . , ' 3 l u s n u n n Q n 1 . , . as 5, . . . . . u 7 - ' ' 7 7 . . , . . . , . I ' ' 7 0' , ,I . . . T . . . . . . . . . .. g . gr Tobacco Corp. Our old class president is next, Steve Sills. Steve isn't married yet, and he's accompanied . . . . . . U I I . , . U . I I . F. I I I . . . . I U I I I. . A . I I . .S .U . U. L. . . . . I , I . .U . . U I I . . .U I. G . I Y 7 . 4 C' ' . . . . U I . U . . U . . U h C' ' . C C F . . I . . .I . L I I I I. I I . U . ' ' . l ' -' . . . . d . . L . M . U It I , Z, , . - F - . . . . . - I. . . . I .L , . . . II . . I g . . . I I I I . 5. . g I -A I .S . .... I U I I . ' ' C 1 " 7: A . S lo' ,. ' table we hear a rebel yell. Itis none other than Mike Custer. Mike is in the cement business in West Virginia. Mr. A. gets all of his footblocks from him. Next to Mike is Guns Peck. Bruce now has the controlling interest in Shell Oil. You see, he's still mad at his father because he didn't get his racing Ferrari for graduation. Nervous Paul Schmid after four collapses has just completed collece at the I. of VI1am1 While I was talking to Paul he seemed nervous about somethin I offered him a tranqulllzer to cool hlm down but he asked for some goats milk on the rocks I noticed Ray Marschalk walkln, around the garden wlth his lovely wife Judy All I know is that Ray has been llvlnc m quiet seclusion with Judy Bob Hem IS next Bob 1s now principal at N M N A He can still remember his rounds with Colonel Hahn Slttm next to Bob is Jack Moon Jack was a Man Tan salesman in Evanston but because Ev anston was a had district for sales he moved to California and now has a thrivm business Even Mr A uses the product Next we have our scholarly friend Mike Darling He s been spendlng a monastic life at the University of Berlin studylnb penmanshlp Hes trying to ,et his Ph D so he can come back to IN M NA and take over 'VIr Kltzrows E Sz M class Dlrck Schou IS now in the tortilla business 1n Turtle Flats Mexico He used to be ln the shoe business but just didn t fat in While ln the shoe business he produced all the footwear for the A boys Next IS Dr and Mrs Wllllas fMrs Mlllas the former Qallv Grey? ,Ioe IS now Mr A s personal M D and is here to make sure that Mr A doesnt choke on martini olives Sitting next to Joe is Wllllam Washm ton Isetts III Washington from the Kenosha Chapter 1 'VIr As personal small arms tester and shoulder holster maker Another member from the Mllwau kee Chapter Rick The Head Zielmskl IS now manufacturln all of Mr As hats tK1n SIZCI Next IS Jay Nelson the union boss for Racine Local 138 Chinese waiters As we understand it Nelsons union is on strlke and he I5 attemptln some bm mouth arbitration to settle the strike before IVIr A loses any money Next in order 19 Peter Old Man Relland Pete is noyy an Armv Captain and a Companv Com mander at Leayenyy orth Thev have a rock pile there instead of labor detail and Pete ha been placed ln full command of the pile Next in order is Wayne Panda Sanders Way ne is noyy a turnlp far mer in the ,reat city of '51 Foreston Illinois All vye can say 1s that Wayne really di s his work Next tre1ts boys that ,et shot in the hand Ulreh Prn ate Yo t is next Pat ls offlual tobacf o tester for American Tobacco Co William Cy ranose Vvenzel is next He 1s the head of the XIHTIH and has been tryln to nose Wir A out but mo t of his men haye met mth serious accidents Terry Olly er 'Nees is next Olly married Anne and bou ht a sheep ranch After selhn the ranch Olly took a position as yyrestlm coach at N 'NI N Ioseph Cheese Cake Kelthlev 1s next Ioe is noyy head Librarian at XININ A and he s bald a cueball Last but far from least 1s Barry Trix Weed Trix is noyy operatm a ambhn casino H1 hland Park Illinois and IQ the proud oyyner of the faste t Buick in the yyorld courtesy of XII' X The meetm is held and Mr A ryes all the orders As eyeryone is leay 1n NI A the fir leaye steps into his chauffeur driyen tourm car yylth his tyyo personal b0dy,uard Wlr F WI B Daft III and Mr G 9 and utters these partln yyords The Great Friend and Nlaster of 'Vlen says yye aunt takin in enou h Anybody wants to make a beef Ill be talkin yutcha' 85 . . 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Illinois . .I X ' ' ' MCFFETT STUDICS Offical Photographers OI' NORTHWESTERN MILITARY 81 NAVAL ACADEMY 30 South Mlchrgan Avenue Chicago Illunols CHRIS SCHROEDER 8. SON INC General Insurance WE WRITE Flre and Allred Lanes Inland Marlne Ocean Marrne Casualty Surety Group Lute Group Accndent 8. Health Hosputaluzatron We rnvrte correspondence with agents and brokers havrng lanes to place on rusks located In Wrsconsln and elsewhere Fare and Casualty Englneernng Service Broadway 6 1951 Mulwaukee Wlsconsun THE WORLD S OLDEST AND LARGEST 3I2 TREE SAVING SERVICE Care for your Trees Tree Feedrng Prunrng Servrce Screntrfrc Spraying Inspectron Servnce General Tree Care W HAYNES Dust Mgr E Wrsconsln Ave Mrlwaukee 2 BRoadway I 7577 I . ' n I fl I . I I 'I ,X . . . . . . . . O . , - . 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