Tuley High School - Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1946

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V , was 5 3 AMR Mm MQ 1 ,, .,,, .,,, , ,M W.,-1k,-.,,, 1, m,5gh.,:. 1 gf-'SR' fl: Signs' y we ,, , Hfza-icywi '11 L f .V W X M. i 'rf - K 'Q J Y?'?'!'z, . lp sq" K , A -ii .1 , ,IW J, - ' w x.,, Q 2 .,.s,.,.. 'Me 7uleq .lag Puawedaq Me sem em 77tww-rw 7 7uleQ 71694 Sedan! M2494 7946 5 v Q ,466 ' ' 09 1746 If one could stand on the edge of a star and look down through thousands of years it would be apparent that all that has happened on earth was directly dependent on everything else. The labors of man to him alone may seem over- whelming, but when assisted by others his burden is not nearly so great. We, the graduates of 1946, and the graduates to come, must work together harmoniously and uphold the motto "FOR EACH AND ALL". As a result, our school will bear the fruits of success. We must sow the idea that what is done for one is done for all, and we must discard the weeds of prejudice. Are we not all subject to the same diseases and cured by the same means? Were not these cures discovered by men of all races and creeds, for the benefit of the entire civilization? The Tuley Civic Association, our athletic teams, and our social center were all founded on organization and teamwork. The sincere cooperation that prevails is due simply to the voluntary joining together of students in mutually helpful efforts. Therefore, we must yield ourselves to the perfect whole, for nothing is fair or good alone. We leave now to enter a world that has seen iniustice, cruelty, and op- pression. From these, our school days, we must harvest the benefits of unity and sportsmanship which we will carry with us wherever we go. To you, the students and faculty of Tuley High School and TO EACH AND ALL, we dedicate this Log of 1946. Shirley Sims WWZA' TO THE GRADUATES: Congratulations and best wishes to the Graduates of 19461 I congratulate you on four years of outstanding accomplishment, on the excellent use you have made of the opportunities offered to you, on the courage and determination with which you have met your responsibilities and achieved your goals. Today, as you stand at the "commencement" of a new chapter in your career, I extend to each of you my very best wishes for continued success and happiness. You have developed the abilities, the virtues, and the qualities which make for success. You have shown yourselves to be industrious, loyal and public-spirited. I am confident you are prepared to meet the responsibilities and opportunities ahead and to achieve the new objectives you have set for yourselves. As you say goodbye to your classmates and teachers and set out on your new course, I hope you are carrying with you many happy recollections of your days at the Tuley High School - pleasant memories of good times with your friends in the various school organizations, the games, the assemblies, the lunch hour dances, the Prom. Since you are the first class to have the privilege of graduating under conditions of peace, I hope you are also carrying with you the firm determina- tion to be Worthy of your great American heritage and to serve your nation in the critical postwar years as loyal and responsible citizens. Very cordially yours, HAZEL L. STILLMAN Principal ffixf Xe " it .-W Qxgx SAM H. CENTER THOMAS I. FARRELL Assistant Principal Assistant Principal HARRY A. MICHAEL, Assistant Principal EILEEN C. STACK Office Aide LOUISE MCGRATH IOSEPH F. SMIDL Attendance Counselor Vocational Counselor Senior Class Sponsor H3555 IOSEPH NOVOTNY LOYAL TINGLEY ANNA M. WEIMAR EDNA E. WEILER Registrar Senior Adviser Adiusimeni TG-dCherS Retired Feb., 1946 6 NSS' +. V 'C IEANETTE KELLEY C Socrahzatron X x X ,N 5 S-Rx I gl Nl . MARGARET MCCARTHY Chairman MIRIAM HERRICK Adjustment Reqistrar Teacher ..-Q, VERNA, MORWITZ AMY CRISLER Attendance Counselors FRANCES KILPATRICK ERNA MAYER Reading Coordinators 4 .5 -in . -L A , , L r f? L ,qs 5,1 , Q-55' . Q, Q N TF, .,'.. A or . . 'www CHARLES MITCHELL Enqineer DONALD MILLER War Coordinator 7 GRADE ADVISERS Standing: Mr. Srnidl, 4A Adviser: Miss Dubow, 3A Adviser. Seated: Miss Fer- rero, 2B Adviser: Mrs. Paul, 3B Adviser: Miss Saeqer, 4B Advisery Mrs. Roberts, ZA Adviser Xe wits . svlw SENIOR TEACHERS OFFICE CLERKS J Principal Hazel L. Stillman Assistant Principals Sam H. Center Thomas I. Farrell Harry A. Michael Faculty lack I. Adelman Edith Alderman Hazel P. Anderson Henry C. Becker Anna T. Bergstrom Gilderoy Bruhrer Bertha Caspers Margaret Clyne Iosephine Conto Mary Courtney Margaret Crannell Helen Crehore Amy Crisler lohn Cunnea Isabelle Cutting Thomas Cutting Mary Del Campo Helen Dixon Stella Dubow Eunice Fassett Helen Field Emma Ferrero Stella Gains Mary Gillan Samuel Greenburg Margaret Grieve Howard Gross Mildred Gustafson William Hane Gladys Hansen Helen M. Hanson Miriam Herrick Iames Hitney Marie Hungar Florence Hussey Stephen Iane Elmer C. Johnson Frances L. lohnson Ieanette Kelley Edith Kenrick Anne Keslov Frances Kilpatrick Winitred Kruzic Ruth Lichterman Edna Lawson Merrill W. Lee Bertha Lurey Eleanor Maas Charles Marrs Emily Martin Erna Mayer Margaret McCarthy Ianet McGill Louise McGrath Daphne McNeill Charlotte Mendes Ruth Merlyn Donald Miller Raymond Morford Verna Morwitz Bertha Needham Maude Nelson Marion Noelle Dorothy Nolan Mae O'Malley Roxy L. O'Neill Susanne Ostergren lessie Parker Beulah Paul Iames Perdue Enos Perry Leila Peterson Charles Polivka Helen S. Porter Marian Posler I Arthur Rabinovitz Isabelle Randell Ioseph Risily Marjorie Roberts Elizabeth Roman Owen Rood Lucile Saeger Lucretia Scaletta Florence Schilling Max Schwartz Helen Sears Cecelia Sims Anna Slotsky Joseph F. Smidl Waneta Snyder Eileen C. Stack Effie W. Switzer Norma C. Symon Loyal H. Tingley Iames Tortorelli Ianet M. Trenbeth Frances Ungaretti Margaret Waddington Mae Walsh Mary B. Walsh Edna E. Weiler Anna M. Weimar Evelyn N. Wheldon Bessie H. Winograd Loretta Zacharias Helen Ziegler , 3X 2 ,T A Taj? - A. ' A ?fgQQw?3QxW fffzxfff Niigigb. tsgggy -ssxxxxx li ' N KS , M ':" g,,' fi: A X . , iaff MHHHIT f6 " e55?' x'iQ V x f,g" ii5, ff, Zlaunurahle Eiscbarge QZM 45 62 Mm! ANTHONY o DEL GENIO 36661192 TEC 5 Co A YOYTH MP BN Army nf the llniteh States ' ' ganna mf SEPARATION CENTER CAMP GRANT ILLINOIS Qak 3 JANUARY 19ll6 J, HESTER A SMITH MA!0R A C l'5 Mr. Smidl, Veteran's Counselor, evaluates credits of Tuley War Veterans Felix Ganczak and Richard Schulman. ANTHONY DEL GENIO returns to complete his education Frank Alexander Iames Alt William Berndt Eugene Bihler Walter Bogdanowicz William Brooks Burton Bruhn Ralph Burkett Melvin Cardinell Harold Clement Le Roy Clobes Mitchell Debowski Anthony Del Genio Floyd Dominick Walter Dudek Carl Garland Nicholas Gear Martin Gearty Nathan Gorell Walter Goldtisher Howard Hansen Glen Hagen Edwin Hennersbach Irving Hirsch Roland Hueckstaedt Mitchell Iuszcyk Ioe Klein Harry Korengold ofz f The following Tuley World War ll Veterans, Whose education was interrupted by the war, have been granted high school diplomas on the basis of earning a sufficient number of additional credits while in the armed forces and in special veteran's classes. Tuley War Veterans Graduating During the School Year 1945-1946: Erwin Krawchuk Walter Kuhn Stanley Lewandowski, Walter Maley Bernard Marzullo, lr. Albert Mathews Iames Nichols Charrey Owen Sidney Passin Richard Piatkiewicz Francis Ptaszik Leonard Quateman Steven Rasciewicz Leonard Rasmussen Ir. Samuel Schur Bernard Simunich Maxine Smith Edward Sobolewski Ioseph Stelmach Charles Stevenson Richard Styslo Peter Switkin David Sussman George Thornetz Walter Turadek Irving Wein Ray Wozniewski William Zappen up QZXQ W mag Wg My M57 52 QL, fw iff LWWQ M wwf? 771-f MfLWU WWW 'WN mmm i lf' A -'W . .. A wh, x xx xv.. XNA' , Q 3 s. v I Q . X Q 3-S. -..- 4- - Y. xh.. 'iv' N 'A Q. x' X . KSN Q . 'T' N .-' K 'fm , xx.: 'if H- .- ' ,SSM -xr ,Q 1 X N ,- , ' X- - if .f - X K. X- Q 5 f 3 v - Q. "iv 3 - e f wwf if xl an .,,.,S""'kx MQ' ,., My X XM 1 I .3 tiff: 5, ' 1 an-04 .4 rx-f I is in Fr, 'Suns' s... X 5 Elma, T ' f gg .N :55 ' 'Zv ie: - I '3 u I ,i 5 fb 4 'Wai X If DM'-li QW gm . Jag C A I "-: , 251' Q ik ' 2 N, A, f,- 'za nj 'Sikh Ao H .iff L.. J . gs fi 0-Quo , '7 5 ' 322, Q ' ' x FU' Q- 5 l gil JDD . I. .. J S,- Qna 1 k Em? Mn- ., ' MQ Q ww x ' 8 A K Wm-Jfvw - . , CO J E? ,si flu iii,-1'1" 6 X WILFRED HARDISON President 7elaa4eq6l4440,l,!dea4 ad? fi HELEN OBUCHOWICZ Secretary RICHARD N OVIK Vice President LURETA LAMBERG Treasurer ix lk ZELDA GANZEB. Salutatorian SHELDON MATLOW Vale-dictorian Y . Q - Q, -f Q .. Jr., YL-:WL ', .4,,. 4 J if: Ax 1' HERBERT FRIEDMAN Class Orator GRADUATION COMMITTEE 2 as .3 . .555 I L f ' ' - J'1f'-ffliiifix b w . 1-Star f5FF'i"U' f?lr"'1..-5 Edward Alexanoii Lunch Room Helper: Science Club: Physics Club. mini I.: fjhhgl ,.', 'ii'15.:.-::ei..fs:.:r ' . . V:21..:. 1 Iz' ' A Elaine Ball G.A.A.: Camp Craft Club: Pres. Travel Club: Knitting Club: T. C. A. Delegate: Honor Soc- iety. Adele Breit Pan American Club: Little Theater: Creative Writing: Class Night Comm.: Review Staii: Gold Pin Winner: H.G. ,abs 'ri' I "wi, . Zena Chaitman Tuley Review Staff: Hallguard: Swim Club: New Books Club: G. A.A.: Library Assist- ant. Vivian Amundsen Office Page: Cheer- leader: Review Rep.: Hall Guard: G.A.A.: Knitting Club: Tumbl- ing Club: Camp Craft Club. A George Betker Hall Guard Captain: Physics Club: Polish Club: Clean-up Comm. Ellen Brody G.A.A.: Camera Club: Rec. Games: Typing Club: Bond Lieut. f E A s ' - , fi Ll?-Z.- 'A Bernard Coqan Hall Guard: Fire Mar- shal: Boys' Glee Club: News 6. Views Club. Charlotte Annenberq Lunchroom Hostess: Li- brary Assistant: Red Cross. K3 V ,:.., : an 'V 5 .. .,f .gt A ff ef 4 , 5 'sf 1' lla! : .,ff-gigifr .- :-. -L f:..,IgN rift: it ic., ,.i Marvin Antman Basketball Capt.: Bas- ketball Team: Hall Guard: Fire Marshal: L o g Representative: Class Night Comm. it ,Ks , . A i N , t, s i - m it .. X Albert Asch Lunchroom Helper: T. C. A. Delegate: Recre- ational Games: Hall Guard: Science Club: Radio Club. :sa it .,., . 4 ' .3 R . . , ,wg :.' Vito Coronelli Chairman oi Class Nite Dance Committee: Pan American Club: Hall Guard: T. C. A. Delegate. Rosemarie Crapple Lit. Ed. of Log: Branch Editor - Review: T Winner: Gold Pin Winner: Pres. Marion- ette Club: T. C. A. riti te ' Harold I.. Craven Business Manager of Log: Chairman of Classnite Committee: Baseball Team: Re- creational G a m e s Madelon Iune Baker G.A.A.: Creative Writ- ing: Recreational Games. Florence M. Bradley Cap and Gown Comm.: G.A.A.: Camp Craft Club: Travel lub: Red Cross. Pauline Busse French Club: G.A.A.: Rec. Games: Tour Guide: Hall Guard. Yetta B. Cywiak Hall Guard: Creative Writing Club: Review. 'S . 3951- .pai my I f I 5 Ann Dcxffner Tuley Review Staff: L o g Representative: Hall Guard: G. A. A.: Pan American Club: Little Theater: Modes of the Hour. 'I ,Jai- fr if 1 ttf.. Phil Dunn Tuley Review Rep.: Hall Guard Capt.: Fire Marshal Lt.: Class Night Committee. , ff 0 Q C Norman Emalfarb Capt. of Hall Guard: Fire Marshal: Co- Zaptain Basketball learn. Alice Fitzgibbons Hall Guard: G. A. A.: Review Staff: Treasur- er oi the Camp Craft Club: Graduation Com- Marian Deerfield Hall Guard: G. A. A. Modes of the .Hour: Recreational Games Lunch Room Helper. Stella S. DeMett Math Club: Physics Club: G. A. A.: P. A. System: Co-chairman of Cap and Gown Comm.: Review Staff: Service "T". Lucille M. Derda Log Rep.: Tuley Re- view: G. A. A. Vice- President: Synchroniz- ed Swimming: Life Guard: Gym Helper: Clas Nite Committee. Iewel Flowers Co-Editor 'Tuley Re- view: Literary Staff Loq: Art Staff Log: Vice-President of Pan 2.3"ll X xx XX 47:37 3 I.aVerne Freese G.A.A.: Camp Craft: Girl's Chorus: Honor Society: Class Night Committee. -66 -76 74--5 7f Margaret Freese Cap :S Gown Commit- tee: Girl's Glee Club Sec.: Hall Guard: Div. Room Lt.: Review Rep.: -G-Qi alt., Stephanie Deyholos G.A,A.: Hall Guard: New Books: Chorus. Dorothy Dziubla Modes ot the Hour: Polish Club: Hall Guard: Girls Chorus: Treasurer: Class Nite Dance Comm.: G.A.A. Dolores DiVenere White Collar Gir: Hall Guard: G.A.A.: Red Cross. 'A I AJ-, A A . ...fe - Maxine Eilen G.A.A.: Office Page: Hall Guard: Gradua- tion Comm.: Division Room Lt.: Knitting C l u b : Recreational Games. ,Y ,S - , , S A .figs Q r 9 1 ' t Iohn Failla Ierry Favia Football Team: Polish Club. ,,. - I 5: " .,,. . A x . Q .3 A f .ze Herbert Friedman Basketball Team: Chess Team: Sec.- Treas. Chess and ChGClCHr Glnlw- flnlf-l Log Representative: Class Night Dance Committee: Boy's Glee Club. r ,,.1-nr Henry Gale Hall Guard: Lt. Fire Marshal: Boy's Glee Club. A 2' fw- , .at . . Wm? it Q . A: . iz. George Galetti Hall Guard: Pan Am- erican Club: Review Rep. K3 Ierome Gaby Fire Marshal: l-i. G.: Div. Room Lt.: Basket ball Team: Tennis Team: Rec. Games: Lite Guard: Pan Arn- erican. -RPN? it W, . . V .lg T , t ::r?'?,vt,1 4, I, 19.1, . , .A . . , . .. -'.::ull' wif . .ze f . if W . if 1 J' A li. We A Bernard Hankin Hall Guard: Basket- ball Team: Physics Club: Science Club. Melvin Heller Review Staff: Honor Society: Fire Marshal: Basketball: Tennis: .K . .. m nu , E Zelda Ganzer Gold Pin: Review Staff: Lit. Staff Log: T. C. A. Del.: Room Asst.: G. A.A.: Class Niqht Dance Commit- tee: Service T. .-G5 5 Va' Thelma Gold Girls Chorus: 'White Collar Girl: Modes of the Hour: G. A. A.: Hall Guard. Wilfred L. Hardison Class President: Foot- ball Team: Fire Mar- shal: Hall Guard. Paula Henkels Polish Club: Camp Craft Club: G.A.A. lane Geckler G. A. A.:, Recreational Games: Office Page: Class Nite Dance Committee. Elaine Gerald Mary Lou Giancola Co-Editor oi Review: Ofiice Paqe: Hall Creative W r i t i n:q Guard: Travel Club: Class Nite Dance Knitting Club: G.A.A. Comm.: Hall Guard. GQ Eugene Ianczyn Treas. Glee Club: Class Night Dance Comm.: Fire Marshal: LJ,.11 f"'..,.NJ. DAA-AN K Mildred Iastrowski Dorothy len-Sell Polish Club: G. A. A.: G.A.A.: HGH GUC1fd: Hall Gugrd, Red Cross: Recrea- tional Games. aff 'J' f gm! x md' W 54 ,,,,, no V ee T i Bette Iayne Gladwin G. A. A.: Recreational Games: French Club: Hall Guard. Bernice Hallford G.A.A.: Lunch Room Helper: Modes of the Hour: Hall Guard.. 'L QQ!- 3 Iosephine Hawrysh Hall Guard: Boakroom Asst.: G.A.A.: Knitting . iii: . Club: Art Club. 'if fl ak 11 34 .F A ' 3 'J Sidney Kasper Loq Staff: Graduation Comm.: Hall Guard: Fire Marshal: Recrea- tional Games. Bernice Katzowsky Library Assistant: Cap and Gown Committee: Knitting Club: Hall Guard: G. A. A. .L xi K ff'--ttf .Ji fig: fr. ...X ,,....,, . Claire Babs Kotlarz Cass Night Dance Coniin.: Lite Gpard: Pres. Tumbling Club: Syn. Swiniining: G. A. A. A --sr' uinlkf "7-. ll filling., 6 :gc .... -..1.',:Q.j.Q., M X ' if , ' ff' . Stanley Kowalski Cap and Gown Com.: Polish Club: Recrea- tional Games. 4 Anna Kuna Bookroom Helper: Hal Guard: G. A. A. l .ii sim... we i . as mem. es. Q' sv-'jf U ,f . .auf e 3 . F N .. X .mi Louise Klosinski Gvvn Helper: Chorus: G.A.A.: Library As- sistant: Modes of the Hour: Lunchroom As- sistant. had Lureta Lamberg Class Treasurer: Capt. Cheer Leaders: Office Aid: G. A. A.: Tumb- ling Club: Hall Guard. fl oes- x K X W. lf., X f Q ,t l li .ai Af .Q Rita Knitter Vice-Pres. G. A. A.: Class Night Dance Comm.: Syn. Swim.: Office Aid: Life Sav- ing: Cheerleading and Tumbling. Sylvia Lander Review Business Staff: Honor Society: G. A. A.: Knitting Club: Hall Guard. Catherine Koperny Polish Club: White Collar Girl: Hall Guard: Office Aid. C303 'NF' Eunice Lavine Pres. of Art Class: Hall Guard: G.A.A. Esther Kopinski Hall Guard: Polish Club: G.A.A.: Lunch- room Hostess. Bette Kovar Polish Club: Office Aid: G. A. A.: Hall G u a r d: Recreational Games. Dolores Krol Hall Guard: Office Page: Polish Club: G. A. A. Iean Lepkowski Class Night Dance Comm.: Pres. Glee Club: Pres. Recreation- al Games: G. A. A. Reo. i .49 'ttf 19 r ll ' J ji Q I 4 Rhea Koss Office Aid: G. A. A.: Graduation C o ni ni .: Hall Guard: Modes of the Hour. l 4 Esther Kowalczyk Polish Club: White Collar Chili: Hall Guard: G. A. A. X .ls 3? Nr if O Adelaide Krueger Library Assistant: G. A. A.: Recreational Games Mae Levin Office Page: Chorus: Hall Guard: Lt. Div. Room: Typing Club: G. A. A. t as Y .ZAI L. .... .b- f f 2 Helen R. Levy G. A. A. Rep.: Gradu- ation Comm.: Tuley Rev.: Hall Guard: Pan American Club. if S Sheldon L. Mallow Pres. Physics Club: Vice - Pres. Science Club: Chief P. A. Sys- tem Technician: Lab- oratory Assistant: Hall Guard Capt. 'FE Allred Frank Meier Hall Guard: Library Assistant: P h y s i c s Club. rg, P' t Al Mozinski Graduation C o m rn .: Tennis Team: Bond Lieut.: Fire Marshal: Basketball: Little The- atre: Recreational Games. "J s ' 9 -:gk . . "' naw Lois Lohfl White Collar Girl: Modes of the Hour: G. A.A. Florence Mayer Library Assistant: G. A. A.: Hall Guard: New Books Club. A. CYS! . :Q 2: if . ' . pg'- : Iarnes Meyer Pres. Boys Club: Class Night Comm.: Honor Society: Basketball: Baseball: Gym Helper: Hall Guard. Ida Nelsen G.A.A.: Typing Club: White Collar Club. Gladys Magnusson Exchange Editor Re- view: G.A.A.: Class Night Comm. Bernice Mann Office Page: Chorus: Hall Guard: G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour: Red Cross: Hand Craft. Natalie Marzan Polish Club: G.A.A. GL HAN R IV Richard Novik Vice-Pres. Senior Class: P o o t b all: Baseball: Basketball: Fire Mar- shal, Boys Glee Club: Hall Guard. A i f ' . ,, A it .li K. V I n - . . Margaret Nyhlen G. A. A. Helen Obuchowicz Sec. Senior Class: G. A.A.: Asst. Business Mgr. Log: Office Aid: Knitting Club. Ella lean Mass Class Night Dance Comm.: Office Aid: Recreational Games: Hall Guard: G. A. A.: Knitting Club. .ff .fl ' ,fx Della Meccia G.A.A.: Chorus: Hall Guard: Knitting Club: Travel Club. "" ' 3 " , 5 SMA l -:rt Alice C. Morrow Office Page: Book Room Helper: Camp Crcrft Club: Knitting Club: G. A. A. Andre Olson G. A. A.: Vice - Pres. Modes of the Hour: Library Helper: Gym Helper: Lunch Room Helper. ,ann M PQ N95 44? ,V , .wf!.?e?5?5:4:lir,:ff 4 ttsttts ' 7 ..,', .1 .,-, 1, ,, ,-., ,,i,:l. ' Q t it . ' ii? till Mildred Anita Packer Log Staff: Bond Lieut,: Knitting Club: G,A.A.: Hall Guard. 35 'Lili X .ft .Ii - , f ,- Lucy Remboski Art Ed. of Log: Grad- uation Comm.: Gold Pin Winner: Art Club: Rec. Games: G. A. A.: Hall Guard. 'QA of TSP fi Nl. ' i J Q ' li Betsy Riger Office Page: G.A.A.: Hall Guard: Modes of the Hour Treas. Mariiane Palmer Book Room Helper: Knitting Club: T.C.A. Rep.: G. A. A. Athena Patsoureas Polish Club: G. A. A.: Rec. Games: Science Club. Irving Pliskin Hall Guard Capt.: Loq Staff: Review Staff: Gold Pin Winner: Ser- vice "T": Physics Club, Qs "'x ff.-in A .1 . 'k-lmhtp. if.: . K I ... 5 s 1 li? 5 Q -Q: Elaine I.. Sanford Elaine Schreiman Masha Schulman Gym Helper: Lunch Girls Chorus: Polish Review Staff: Class Room Helper: Modes Club: G. A. A.: Camp Night Dance Comm.: of the Hour: G.A.A. Craft. Little Theater: Creative Writing: Hall Guard. ' it :lll Edward Shafler Bond Lieut.: Basket- ball: Hall Guard: Fire Marshal: Recreational Games. Sarah Popper Office Page: Gradua- tion Comm.: Knitting Club: G. A. A.: Hall Guard: Election Com. Gloria A. Rheynard Bookroom Asst.: Office Page: Chairman Cap and Gown Comm.: Service Award: Chair- man of T.C.A.: Bond Lieut. Lillian M. Rzymslri Library Assistant: Red Cross Club: Camera Club: Hall Guard: Lunch Room Hostess: G. A. A. Helen Siemrzuch Girls Chorus: Polish Club: G. A. A. Dorothy Porretti Class Night Comm.: Pres. of Knitting Club: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. 'Q Mildred Ribaclr Office Page: G.A.A.: llall Guard: Modes of the Hour: Camp Craft. Yolanda Sacco Office Page: Gradua- tion Comm.: Pres. Knitting Club: Lunch Room Hostess: G.A.A. Sylvia E. Slutsky Bond Lieut: Office Page: Class Night Comm.: Knitting Club: Hall Guard. 1 lrene Smolinsky Boolcroom Assistant: G. A. A.: Hall Guard. 451 Fay Tassell Bookroom Stall: Li' brary Staff: Typing Club: Creative Writ- ing: Registrar. 'W' Bemice Wagner Class Night Comm.: Girls Chorus: Office Page: Gym Helper: Knitting Club: G.A.A. Angeline Weralcy 'Q mB1 . Florence Sobczyk T. C. A.: Bond Lieut. Baal-:room Assistant. Knitting Club: G.A.A. fl L4 t f 32 ' 1 . ir J - vi ....,'., Lillian Viktory Lunch Room Helper: Modes of the Hour: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. f tttt Isobel Wasserman Camera Club: Log Rep.: Typing Club: Hall Guard: G. A. A. lt. 'DQ Walter W. Winkel 1 Polish Club: Office Football Team: Hall Page: G. A. A. Guard: Fire Marshal: Rec. Games. t , Mt 'ii Theresa Spieglan Girls Chorus: Polish Club: G.A.A. X Y ,arf Dcnald Winkowski Cap and Gown Com.: Log Staff: Hall Guard: Camera Club: Boys Glee Club: Bond Lieut. Irene H. Stasin Knitting Club: Rec. Games: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. Ray Wyzqala Graduation Comm.: Aviation Club: Model Ship and Plane Club: Hall Guard. Ioyce Swanson Cap and Gown Com.: Bus. Manager of Re- view: Gold Pin Win- ner: Service T: Knit- ting Club: G.A.A. ....,.1q Dolores Zdunek Chairman Graduation Comm.: Review Staff: Log Stait: T. C. A.: Hall Guard: Pan Am- .srif-an Phila fl IS A Steifanie Swietek Review Rep.: Office Page: G. A. A.: Polish Club: Rec. Games. Rosa Vrliicak Girls Chorus, Little Theatre: Hall Guard: G.A.A. 'QS Iosephine Wauters Office Page: Lunch, room Helper: Hall Guard: Library As- sistant: Modes of the Hour: G,A.A. L. Leonard E. Zebrowski Bond Lieut.: Social Dance Comm.: Log Staff: Boys Glee Club: Hall Guard. CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE CLASS NIGHT PROGRAM COIVIMITTEE CLASS NIGHT DANCE COMMI'l'TEE As we stood there, on graduation night, and looked around us at all the faces we knew, we were reminded of another day when those faces were unfamiliar and how very scared we were on our first day at Sabin. lt's odd to realize that at that time we were just a group of "Freshies", rather than the inter- esting individuals we later proved ourselves to be. As we looked around us, we didn't know that that tall boy over there, laughing, and waiting for the Sabin express elevator, was inevitably to be called "Nutzie", or that that black-haired chap des- perately looking for the Boy's Gym, was a composer as well as a pianist,-Phil Dunn. And over there making all those kids laugh, why that was Galletti of course, spreading joy. Those two girls by the piano looked promising, one with laughing eyes, singing, and the other rather pensive-looking, "feeling" the music on the piano, Yolanda Sacco and Ann Daffner. That serious looking boy, standing in the long line for lunch-we never dreamed that four years from then we would be seeing Iames Meyer playing the lead in Dickens' Christmas Carol. Was it possible that with all that noise someone was trying to study? And trigonometry at that - You're right: it was Matlow who, of course, is now referred to as just "brain". Remember our first experience as a mighty sen- ior A? We all felt proud, of course, but not too proud, for we unconsciously realized that we were setting an example for the underclassmen, with Har- dison and Failla going all out for football, and Novick, Antman, Meyer, Nutzie, and Heller doing their part to support the basketball team Then too we had our senior co-editors of the Review, Iewel Flowers and Elaine Gerald, enthusiastically making a special ef- fort to add new interest to our school paper Our 4A's demonstrated their mental ability in the "heated discussion" at the Atomic Energy as- sembly as well as proving their dramatic ability in the ever-memorable portrayal of "A Christmas Carol". It was one of our 4A girls, Gloria Rheynard, who received the D. A. R. award in the Senior competition. Yes, we tried hard to set a fine example. Remember that ghastly day when a strange urge possessed the Senior A girls who presented them- selves one fine day in October of '45, minus makeup and definitely plus large plaid-shirts? We laugh when we remember that. Widfdflq A certain Senior A division, when at Sabin, will never forget that mad scrap-drive they so earnestly went all out for. Their efforts were rewarded when they realized the fact that they had won. Remember how excited we were when "prom talk" started spreading? It seemed years before Iune 8 came, and when it did come, the La Salle Hotel was filled with the soft, dancing, chiffon figures of the senior beauties. For the girls were extra-beautiful that night and all the boys were definitely on the Gable side. Memories-things of the past that may become so real when thought of. Each Senior A student has his own very special thrills and memories which are a part of his "Class History". S But while our class was making history, so was our nation. Great and memorable events occurred, though often diastrous ones such as the fall of Bataan, Corregidor, and Midway. These, rather than deflating the enthusiasm of the students, served as an incentive for a more zealous spirit. With the arrival of D-day, our speedy advance into Berlin, the unfortunate death of our president, and VE Day more and more of our friends went all out for active duty while we performed our home front duties to the best of our ability. As the war continued, our class, like all other high-school students proved that they "could take it" and above all that they could "dish it out". Without doubts that alone made obvious the fact a group of young people can be big enough, at least in spirit, to take a war in its stride and profit by the realization that working together in unity for a mutual cause can enormously increase our understanding of each other and of the nation. V-I Day held a great significance for all of us and gave us a thrill which we will never again feel. Soon after we returned to school in September, we were measured for our caps and gowns, our rings were ordered, and Class Night rehearsals began. The day of graduation grew nearer. We began doing each thing for the last time and in doing so fully real- ized all the previous fun we had in our four years. We all had that same intangible "queer" feeling as we heard together the strains of Auld Lang Syne, on Class Night, and knew that nothing could ever exceed the thrill it was: just being a member of our class of '46. Rosemarie Crapple WN ,Q . k -n., 1 X P . - 1. an fs .1 wx- . Q.. 3 .S . jx +3 PQNQ 'X 1 Xa 2 f m. - M.: Q N QQ vw X Q ,qw . X gear- fk 'sw 3 vs ,aux , . mf J V ,xt Rf-L sw S I5 S x sr " N 2 ,0- xg, a ' ' ..-if ami :f, H 'lw XX 'fl 3T"if.'U sg fx JOHN IWICKI President une Offeew LEO IDASZAK Vice President IAMES BROTSOS Treasurer MARION G-OY Secretary GRADUATION COMMITTEE xfwvgg i , F I , CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE 3 ..,A- l F Alice Ababurlco Class Night Program Comm.: Office Aide: Gold Pin Winner: Bond Lieut.: Creative Writ- ing Cub. Q. A V, M X I 3 .E .9 Xl A :Q ."'1 Donna Andrews S p o r t s Appreciation Club: G.A.A,: New Book Club. QC? Betty I.. Bauer G.A.A.: Library Assist- ant: Modes of the Hour Club: Chorus: T. CA, Alternate. -'15 Mary Beqer G.A.A.: Polish Club: H.G. Martin Abezetian Class Night Program Comm.: Baseball Team: Boys Glee Club, Pres.: Track Team: Fire Mar- shal. Marie W. Arden Gold Pin Winner: Re- view Staff: News and Views Club: G.A.1-X. Stephanie A. Bausic G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour Club: Choru: H. G. If Mary Ann Behnke G. A.A.: H.G.: Red Cross: Review Rep. . .... :QQ Rosemary Abruscato Sol Alperstein Nadine B. Andres Recreational Games: H.G.: Physics Club: B. G.A.A.: Polish Club: G.A.A.: T.C.A. Dele- gate: Chorus. AA.: Log Rep.: Prom. Comm. H.G. il e-vm W Lila M. Belcher H. G.: Modes of the Hour. lean Benson G.A.A.: l-l.G.: Mixed Chorus: Library Asst.: Recreation Club. Burton Berger Vice Pres. ot Chess and Checkers: Base- ball Tearn: Tuley Re- view: Marshal: H. G. Cap. I H Q l , 1' if .X X: Vilma Andreotti Girls Chorus: G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour. .lf . Elaine M. Baer Vice- Club: Pres. G. A. A.: Pres. Travel Chorus: Sec. of GA. A.: Tumbling Club Pres.: Helper: Editor. gr Shifrae Becker Hour Modes of the Club: G.A.A.: H.C1. i .- ,. K .. , -QQ P X:-ff lrivinq Berkowitz Baseball Team: Recre- ational Games: H. G. Q .Ji '4"'7 j - ..+,. sf ell.. , tiliitjjl Nettie Bernstein Review Rep.: News cmd Views Club: G. A. A.: Honor Society: Prom. Comm.: Sec. of Creative Witing. . fe Q sa W I 1 1 ' f' Sally Blue G.A.A. Pres.: T. C. A.: H. G.: Tuley Review Rep.: Sports Apprecia- tion Pres. Znd: Little Theatre: Gra ' Comm. duation 40' Lorraine Borkowski Polish Club: G.A.A.: H. G.: Girls Chorus. Herminia Bialek G.A.A.: H. G.: Pres. of Club. r' ww. fi . E: Dolores Bielawslci Prom. Comm.: G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour Pres.: Bookroom: Help- er: Lunchroom Helper: Social Center. Lenora Bielawski H.G.: Typing Club: G. A.A. FN Iames Brotsos Asst. Ed. of Review: Loq Staff: Football Mqr.: Checker Team: Treasurer of Senior Class. K Lester Brown Chairman of Class Nite Comm.: Sports Ed, of Review: Vice Pres. Creative Writing: Hori- or Society. ,Q 'mt , will K.-00" :-I ". in . Charles Bruner Virginia Bugai Hall Guard: Rec. Polish Club: G. A. A.: Games Club. Hall Guard: Girls Chorus. Ieanette Biggus G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour: T.C.A. Rep. GWR Camille Bobola Polish Club: Office Page: G.A.A.: H.G. W :st A V..-1 R. -' g et x -: .. 5 KF if f' Marvin Boyd Fire Marshal: Creative Writing Club: Honor Society, Bond G Stamp Lieut. H ax X s X X v A f..-..: Mary Burica Vllhite Collar Girl Club: G.A.A.: Girls Chorus: Honor Roll. ai 'S' Marilyn May Bineqar Lunchroom Hostess: Red Cross Club: G.A A.: Review Rep. NTT' ' -'S' , 1-. - . .est . Q - V.. i l ' 'W x,-ef ' ' . , 1 . N :lf . L . Q - .A+ .L 3 . 6 1 Q :Q S Pi 'ltr Alfred Bonkowski Polish Club: Gradua- tion Comm.: H. G. 'QR rw PVS A 1:9 N ix 1 N X P K ,S . . , , 5 ' J sis ' .-. Audrey Briqqs G.A.A.: Gym Helper: White Collar Club. Gloria Byer Pres. of Red Cross Club: Loq Rep.: Stamp and Bonds Rep.: Hall Guard: G.A.A. QA-3 In-lr Lorcyne Cescrrski G.A.A.: H.G.: Modes of the Hour: Library Helper: Tuley Preview. Shirley Counsel Review Staff: Log Rep.: Honor Roll: Little The- atre: G.A.A.: H.G. l l Betty Chodercr G.A.A.: Office Aid: Lunchroom Hostess: Drama Club: Tuley Review Rep.: H. G. M? Dolores Cynar Polish Club: Chorus: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. 'Q -Win Milton Dcrmlich Glass Night Prigram Comm.: Boy's Glee Club: Fire Marshal: Basketball Team: Of- lice Aid: H. G. ,gr :ali Rcsalie DiLeonardo Social Center Hostess: Honor Society: Chorus: Vice Pres. Modes of the Hour: G. A. A.: Hall Guard. er T, . 1 l l. Olga E. Dcmko Review Representative: Modes of the Hour: Cap Gr Gown Comm. X l i Frances DiMatteo Modes oi the Hour: G. A. A. Theodore Christensen E if Gladys Christie Hall Guard: Pres. of Girls Chorus: Pan Am- Aviation Club. erican:. G.A.A.: Red Cross. Christopher Collias ,-mu. aff it I Virginia G. Cool: Class Night Dance Polish Club: G. A. A.: Comm.: Chess and H. G. Checker Club: Capt. Checker Team. REV Dorothy Dobrzynska Chairman of Cap 'ci Gown Comm.: Gold Pin Winner: Vice. Pres. Travel Club: Bond 5. Stamp Comm.: 111 5 'ses ffifir-:Q '21 K iffy ,wi xt : 1 Wanda Czesuk Class Night Dance Comm.: Pres. of Chor- us: Bookroom Pres.: Pan American Club: G.A.A.: Bond Stamp Delepate. 'WR Helen Dee Class Night Dance Comm.: Social Center Comm.: Lunchroom Aid: Sports Apprecia- tion Club: G. A. A.: H. G., -if lx K na Florence Dohlmcm Lorraine Dolatowski Leona Dombrowski Girls Chorus: G.A.A.: Polish Club: Bookroom G.A.A.: Hall Guard: Modes ofthe Hour. Helper: G. A. A. olish Club. W3 Wkffywf V' i .3 i 5' FS : H ' . 45 - - ' p 135375 . F Mmrrrgi? xii 4 KL K - J Q 'Aj gn? 4 of fi " A iw 7 F., Grace I.. Duczman Marion Dulkin Drama Club: G.A.A.: Honor Society: Log Hall Guard. Staff: Pan American: Helene Erlich G.A.A.: Hall Guard Capt.: Pan American Ctuo. Bruno Fiqura Cap G Gown Comm.: Bus. Mgr. Log: Polish Club: Sec. Creative Writing Club: H. G. S Review Rep.: Office Page: G.A.A. Dolores Dryer Cap G Gown Comm.: Viola Endler Girls Chorus: G.A.A.: Aviation Club: Honor Modes of the Hour: Society: G.A.A.: H.G. Hall Guard. I 1? R M152 ': Victoria Fordonski New Books, Honor Society: Library Stall: G.A.A. Roselyn Fox Social Center Comm.: Clean Up Comm.: Pan American: Hall Guard: G.A.A. .wt .I . fi- Mft M 43 Bella Pranzus Class Night Dance Comm.: Log Staff: H. G. Capt.: Pan Amer- ican Club: Office Page. tlfl Muriel I. Frelk T. C. A.: Clean Up Comm. Chairman: Tour Guide: Chorus: Gym Helper: Pan American Club:: G.A.A. X Ierry Epstein Honor Society: T.C.A. Alternate: Pres. Chess G Checker: Service T: Chess Team: H. G. Lois Davida Falk Typing Club: Red Cross: Review Rep.: G.A.A.: H.G. fs.. Michaline Filwarko Class Night Program Comm.: Chorus: Hon- ro Society: Pan Am- erican Club: H. G. -'QR Helen I. Fryza Science Club: G.A.A. Q. '45 5 . bs S P r xx' Nr Rita C. Erickson Class Night Program Comm.: Boolcroom Aid: Guts Cnorus: Honor Society: H.G. Capt.: Recreational Games. Barbara Fedorchak Knitting Club. "3 I s Stella Florek Cap 6 Gown Comm.: Log Rep.: Polish Club: G.A.A. ...asv Edgar Furie Class Night Program CQOIIIIILQ Orchestra: l"11e Marshal: Crative Writ- ing Club: ll.G. loseph M. Gcqola Graduation C o m m .: Basketball ln n i o rs : Polish Club Olficer: H. G Mary Gill Office Aide: Library Assistant: G. A. A.: Hall Guard. A i 'wtf Anita Goozeski' Class Night Dance Comm., Oftice Aide: Bond Lieut.: Tour Guide: Recreational Games: G,A.A. Dolores Gonsowski Pres. of Knitting Cluh: Chorus: Polish Repre- sentative: Typing Club: G.A.A.: ll.G. Esther Galczynska Polish Club: Honor Club: G.A.A.: l'l.G. Richard Galenski Class Night Dance Comm.: B.A.A.: Polish Club: HG, la Ioseph Giza Treas. Polish Club: Hall Guard. 'Q' r Q .f In Angeline Golatz Hall Guard: G.A.A. Marion Goy Mildred Grcibinger Secretary of Senior Modes of the Hour: Class: Pres. of Modes G.A.A. of the Hour: Social Center Comm.: Log Art Staff. Iecm Gcrsior Log Rep.: Chorus: Pol ish Club: l'l.G.: G. A A. . ! J Rose Getzberg Graduation C o m in.: Log Staff: Review Staff: G. A. A. Rep.: Honor Society: Pan American Club: Office Page. A Marian E. Gibson Gold Pin Winner: Bonr Lieut.: Heview Staff: Knitting Club. Thelma Glass Class Night Program Comm.: Orchestra: Chorus Accompanist: Review Staff: Honor Society: Pan American Club. t g ... l ..g: :: gg Ruth Goldstein G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour: Hall Guard. Helen Grandys Helen Grieve White Collar Girl: G.A.A. l l 'UK Abe A. Grossman Creative Writing: Hall Guard. 1.-Er Gilbert Gustafson Marilyn Halperin Paul Hayden Betty Hedrich Graauation Comm.: Secretary of Typing Hall Guard: Physics G.A.A.: PGH Am9riCClH Vice-Pres. Aviation Club: I-LG.: G.A.A. Club. Club: Games Club. Club. Iohn Hint: Prom Committee: Foot- ball Team : B o y s Chorus: ll.G.: Polish Club. Lucille Horwitz Clean Up Committee: Treas. Pan American Q1 Club: Tour Guide: G.A.A.: HG. A 3. S. l-'f',JK. gui' f-saflili V f 'NIJ "a, ffiffiftffsf w "" . 11' ' ... I f t ,. ..... 1 .it Iohn Iwicki lean Iacobsen Lorraine Iacobson Sylvia Iacobson President of Senior Honor Society: Vice Chorus: Modes of the Class Night Program Class: Polish Club Pres. Knitting Club: Hour: G.A.A.: H.G. Comm.: Social Center Pres. Social Center G.A.A.: HG. C o m m.: Lunchroom Comm.: Log Staff: Pol- isli Club Sec.: HG. Hostess: Chorus: Hon- or Society. Elmer Henning News 6- Views Club: Chess 51 Checkers: Honor Roll: H. G. -vp Betty M. Honiq Prom Committee: Log Slfiffp CrA.A.: Sect of Pan American Club: Hall Guard. Iean Huffman G. A. A. Rep.: Honor Roll: T. C. A.: H. G. Genie Iadwin Drama Club: G.A.A. Margaret Hoymans T. C. A. Alternate: Chorus: Recreational Games: G.A.A.: Libe rary Asst. i Richard Hoover Class Niqht Program Comm.: Fire Marshall: Basketball Te a rn: Football Team: Recre- ational Games. Leo ldaszak Vice-Pres, Senior Class: Clean Up Committee: Loq Stall: Sofial Cen- ter Comm.: Gold Pin Vllinnor: Pres. Polish Cluli. ,JA Dolores Ialrubczak Class Niqht Proqram Comm.: Polish Club: view Rep.: Honor So- ciety: Bookroom Asst. T.C.A. Delegate: Re- Iosephine Iamrozik T.C.A.: Polish Club: lionor Society: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. Ethel A. Iaros Cap ci Gown Conini.: Bond Rep.: Recrea- tional Gaines: Chorus: G.A.A.: H.G. -,gy 52 diff Dorothy Iones G.A.A.: H.G.: Avia- tion Club. A .1 Norman Kaplan Creative Writing Club: Hall Guard. 1+ 4 M 1 if C Q Dorothy Icmilcowski Antoinette Iankowski Class Nite Dance Chorus: Preview Rep.: Comm.: Log Rep.: Office Aide: Polish Recreotioal Games: G.A.A. G.A.A.: l-l.G. Dolores A. Iaske Chorus: White Collar Club Sec.: Modes of the Hour: G.A.A. Loretta Kalat H. G.: Polish Club: - G.A.A.: Chorus. ' ' .7 1 f1 ,' 3 , 1 , it X ..-Q 'Til' r + wid! if I Dolores Icmkowski Lorraine Ianowiak Mildred Ianusz G.A.A.: Science Club: Cap CS Gown Comm.: l-l.G.: Polish Club. Chorus: l-l.G. Chorus: Polish Club: Honor Roll: G.A.A.: l-i.G. ' 1 l l 1. Helen Iiqanowski Little Theatre: Camp Craft: G.A,A.: Chorus: French Club. SS rg -Q.. iii es Florence Kaminski Travel Club: G.A.A.: Needlework: Chorus. x" 1 g r :iw . -4' :AA ' A ::12f5f:f?:?f1i" sszziiiiffszssszezaf' We Muriel Kawiecki Scherlee Keeran Iune Keys Roberta Klotz Grace Knutson Sec. Camp Craft: G. Prom Comm.: Loq Honir Roll: Office Lunchroom Hostess: G, Office Paqei G-A'-A--: A.A. Rep.: Chorus: H. Rep.: H. G.: Office Page-: Knitting Club: A,A,: Modes of the Tour Guide: Pres G.: Marionette Club. Aide: Rec. Games. Recreational Games: Hour: Pan American. Knitting Club. HG.: G.A.A. fb Betty lane Koch Pres. Knitting Club: Honor Society: Tour Guide: G.A.A. Virginia Komondoros Chairman Class Niqlit Dance Connn.: Social Center Comm.: Gold Pin Winner: Loq Staff: Clean Up Comm.: Sec. Chorus: Ottice Aide. Theresa Kosiroq Travel Club: Needle work Club: Chorus: G. A.A. Qi , N X3 Sophie Kotscxugris Class Night Dance Comm.: Sec, Modes of theHour: Honor Society: Service T: Boolcroom Aide: G.A.A. Rep. HZ. ,... , .if-'U' Al Ruth Kochunowski Florence Koqol Marie Kohnke Robert Komac Class Night Program G. A. A.: Recreational Recreational Games: H.G.: Boys' Glee Club: Comm.: Camp Craft: Games. G.A.A.: Red Cross: Oi- Camp Cratt. Office Aide: G.A.A.: lice Aide, Chorus. Ethel Kowohl G.A.A.: Hall Guard Captain: Campcrait Club. Eileen Krupu Hall Guard: Polish Club: G. A. A.: Gym Helper: Log Rep. A '1- . f Stephanie Komaniszyn G A.A.: Modes of the H o u r: Recreational Gaines. Raymond Komperdc H.Ct.: Aviation Club Print Shop Worker. 'Qi Edmund Kosowski Polish Club: H.G.: Fire Capt. .W Q. N . X-if - Mildred Kurchitzer Carl Kuppersmith ,. Phyllis Korman G.A.A.: Otiire Aida: Typing' Club: Knitting Club. ,f . --if 4 Evelyn Kotowski G.A.A.: Camp Craft: Honor Society: H. G. Chester Kwcsnik Graduation Comm.: G. Basketball: Pres. Rec. HQ11 Guard. A.A.: T.C.A. alt.: Gold Games: H. G.: Pres. Pin: Service T. Boys' chorus. as 76,3 , if .C Dolores Label-ta Cap 8 Gown Comm.: G.A.A.: H.G.: Chorus: Teacher's Aide. .vi ""'7 lean Lee T.C.A.: Spanish Club: G. A.A.: Recreational Games. Dolores Lemlco G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour. I Dorothy Levin G.A.A.: H.G.: Modes of the Hour. fxfv Lenore Lakowski Class Night Comm.: Log C.A.: Polish Club: Soc- ial Center Hostess. Rozlyn Leifmun H.G.: Log Rep.: G.A. A. Rep.: Modes oi the Hour. Arthur Lerner Tennis Team: Honor Society: Clean-up comm.: Review Car- toonist: Class night program comm. Margot Liden G.A.A.: Office Aide: Modes oi the Hour. Lanson i'Girls Chorus: of the Hour. ix Fanny I.aRocco G. A. A.: Clean-up Comm.: Pan American Club: Cap G Gown Comm.: Lunchroom Guard. Rosely Leck G.A.A.: H.G.: Honor Society: Camp Cratt. l"1'l' f Lorraine Lizak H.G.: G.A.A.: Typing Club: Cap 6: Gown Comm.: Office Page: Sec. Camp Craft. 1 fl I V e so . ' 153 one Shirley Leck H.G.: G.A.A.: Camp Craft: Honor Society. Anne Lemke White Collar Club: G. A.A.: H.G.: Lunch: room Helper: Red Cross Rep. Anna Levin Cap ci Gown Comm.: G.A.A.: Office Helper: Modes of the Hour. ffl! Marcella Lizcm I.: f:l:l,. N 'l Gwendolyn y 1 Ellinor Malmin G.A.A.: H.G.: Camp Prom. Comm.: G.A.A.: Sec. Travel Club: Of- Crait: Chorus: Office Social Center Comm.: iice Helper: G.A.A. Helper. T.C,A.: H.G. Virginia Moll 1 A ,-wa F' W a '59 Q if Polish Club: Office Aide: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. F . is 5 ri K' W . 'Sm JH' .1 49' . :c Q ns- Q 1: Q :n 3 g. iv E 3 S S 2 " Eg S a 2 3- 0, .. 9 9 F1155 Q Q Q 5 Q Q E ?' 55 " 112 :. 5 E 3 G -. o E. 935 'R o F Q. .1 5 1 E. '53 97 9. ,Q 1- 'U C O 7.415 ' 'roy-'. 7- a p 3 5 : lv . 4 92.5 fi-2-:sir pp ' 99? V Q. Jfyar IQIAP' pt Be s :U . vl 5 - v' , . ' . 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Mysiak Polish Club: G.A.A.: G.A.A.: Knitting Club: HG.: Gym Helper. Typing Club. If ,ff Rosemarie Namyst Prom Comm.: Feature Editor Review: Loq Staff: Social Center Comm.: Office Aide. -gk . Q I f :U :fa . 5 . lk.: Z Eleanore Mayer G.A.A.: Hall Guard. q Pan American Club: 4 'S -.3 X S F-5 'I TLS., x if 11 -fx N gf fi . Q In 5 N K Sol Meadow H.G.: Fire Marshal: Boys Chorus: Class Night Dance Comm.: Cleanbup Comm. .3 I f . 1 yy A ,f f. nuff I Dolores Mlot Victoria Moll T.C.A.: H.G.: Library G.A.A.: Polish Club: Asst.: Polish Club. Office Helper. . I A: V ' Q ' -Y A . , M, . w r . J ' it x C. r, i P 1 P .. Darlene Moose loan Morris G. A. A.: H. G.: Loq Graduation Comm - Rep.: Tumbling Club: Lunch Room Helper. Sec. of the sports.a1o'- preciation: H.G.: Chor- us: Honor Society: Service T. Crs ' A?-Ax.. ' Al Newman sketball Trs.: H.G.: or 'onal Games: m G u a I d 3 us. 1 Phillip Oderberg Editor of Review: Pres. of Creative Writ- ing: Chairman Honor Society: T. Winner. -4123" 1 fa- A' . v- Q ,fl : -of Elaine Olsen G.A.A.: Recreational Games: H.G.: Class Nite ,Dance Comm. A f " 2 af Iune Pascual Chairman of Prom Comm.: G.A.A.: Modes ol the llour: Tour Guides: Social Center Hostess. Alice I. Paul Polish Club: Tuley Re- view Rep. 'fel fn vt K, Tillie C. Pekovitch Polish: CAA.: HC. tr M f -at ef? if 4- Lorayne Omachel Office Aide: Polish C lu b: Recreational Games: H.G.: G.A.A.: Class Nite Program Comm. ,If 7 .E f 5, 5751! Virginia Pasko Polish Club: Review Staff. bv fdxk QM Volly Paulsen G.A.A.: Honor Roll: Recreational Games: T.C.A.: H.G.: Sports Appreciation. Sol Peltz Basketball Team: Fire Marshal: Science: 'l'.C. A.: Class Nite Dance Comm. Albina Ostrowski New Books: G.A.A.: Polish Club. asm, U fri' .J Iean S. Oszkandy Vera Owen Polish Club: G.A.A. H.G.: Sec. Meteorology Club: T.C.A. Delegate: G. A. A.: Graduation Comm. ,na oo 1,9 w il' f . .X it r C' Leona Paiak Prom Comm.: Ottice Page: G.A.A.: Honor Society: Service T. Winner: Polish Club: Bond and Stamp Comm. tt Q a Iean E. Patience G.A.A,: H.G.: Recre- ational Games: Modes of the Hour Club: Chorus. .4gf Vf Ioan Pedersen G.A.A.: Girls Chorus: Boolcrootn Helper: Cre- ative Vfritinq: Honor Society: Class Nite Program Comm. l H "mn Stanley Perciach Dolores Persello Betty Mary Peterson Florence F. Pinto Polish Club: Fire Mar- Knitting Club: H. G.: Aviation Club: Little G.A.A.: Bookroom As- shal: Capt. Baseball Chorus, Theater: G.A.A.: Tour sistant:: Polish Club. Team: Capt. Football Guide. Team. Q X Geraldine Pociask Modes of the Hour: G. A.A.: Polish Club. Iacqueline Pratt Lilfiary Helper: G.A.A. fra H57 ubzqu .1 A 2'1 32: .xg ""' Q' N il Iames Ramsy B.A.A.: Physics Club: Honor Society: Loq S t a f f: Graduation Comm. Florence Rood Office Helper: Chorus: G.A.A.: lvlodes of the Hour. r,-W Cyril Polin Orchestra: Aviation Club: Division Lieut. for Weir Bonds. if s 1-f .L-1. . 1' elii Alice Ponczek Polish Club: T.C.A. Alternate. - .af .. .. X X 4 9, A + .,., Q ,,,, X f is " + 'iii if ba- 1 if? viikt Q N9 S as Nw . S Martha Ponderlik Vice Chairman of the T.C.A.: G.A.A.: Typing Club: Office Aid: Hon- or Society: Service T.: Prom Coinin. X Frances Rosenthal Hall Guard: G.A.A.: Gym Helper: Lunch- room Hostess: Meteor- oloqy Club. 32"-,,,, . QS Hatty I.. Rosenthal ILG.: G.A.A.: Recrea- tion Club: Knitting Club: Chorus: Cap G Gown Comm. ---ml mnuu: '::::l:-1: X :uulllll A 'llllllllo ' lllulull panning Evelyn M. Hosenwald Vice Pres. of Sports Appreciation: Lunch- rooni Hostess: H. G.: G.A.A.: Teachers Aid. 5 o ofg -af' 1"" Q t ,t 'cfs ,', 35-J- . JJ' sy 17 s i t 5 Alberta I. Poulos H.G.: Library Assist- ant: Recreational Games. t ,rf C 'B N Q it . 5 . Rose Provus Log l-Hop: Rcviow Staff: Book liooni As- sistant: Library Assist ant: Physics Clulv: At- tendance Rooin Asst. f .. J I iw, "" J Luise Reiter G.A.A.: Office Aicl: H. G.: Girls Chorus: Modes of the Hour. Ida Rosenwald G.A.A.: H.G.: Creative Writing Club. um 'Q Nate Poznansky Vice President of Scie ence Club: Fire Mare shal: li. G.: Prom Connn. ,us ,N is L sf if 43 kg S Hyman Ramis lttitl Gutiidg Checker Club Soc. .N rx? ' 4 91 S sal? Anna Repicka T.C.A.: Pros. NC-W Books Clulw- Society: sistant: Serv Class om Comm. Madeline Rovin l G. A. A.: lt. T: Littt 1 I re. f X ff f I .ff J iff -I Lois Rubino G.A.A.: Modes ot the Hour. Ioan Scanlon News Editor Review: Sec. Travel Club: G. A.A. ' X. M. :Schwartz Program Capt.: Chorus: Bond Comm.: Polish Club: G.A.A. Class ' Comm.: Harry Shevel Rec. Games: Physics Club: Basketball Team: Honor Society: Hall Guard. Richard Rudnicki Prom Committee: Hall Guard: Polish Club. .,r, ' t Iohn Schiellra Class Night Dance Comm.: Clean-up Comm.: Polish Club: B.A.A.: H.G. Bernice Serafin 4B Hatchet Orator: Class Night Dance Comm.: Vice-pres. G. A.A.: Honor Society: Polish Club: Librarian: Hall Guard. Kenneth Shull Boys Glee Club: He- creational Games. Marian Ryba Chess and Checkers: H.G.: Class Nite Prom. Comm. Lillian Scltsberq Cap 6: Gown Comm.: Log Staff: Review Stall: Pan American Cub: G H- - 'VF Mary Salvadori Review Rep.: Honor Society: Tour Guides: 'White Collar Club: G. A.A. Mary Lou Shurba Knitting Club: Review Staff: G.A.A. Wanda Siedlecki Tour Guide: Polish 4.9 N r Kathleen Siiersen Current Books Club: Marion B. Salveson Review Staff: Girls Chorus: Knitting Club: Bookroom Aide: G. A. A.: H. G. 4... Dorothy Schmidt G.A.A.: White Collar Girl Club: H. G. Alice Shedlarski Modes of the Hour: G.A.A.: Honor Society: Camp Craft. Arlene Simon Class Night Program Club: French Club: G.A.A.: H.G. Comm.: Office Aide: .A,A, Log Staff: Pres, Typ- AALUB I P ing Club: Little The- JVU 4 l atre: H.G.: G.A.A. J , 1. X A J,-1 In iff' I-fb! 5045: f we A :mt m lf! Shirley Sims Editor of Loq: Gold Pin Winner: Tour Guide: Pres. Pan Am- erican Club: Review Staff: T.C:A.: H.G. . F 'X .gy ,F Q. C at Donald R. Smith Boys Glee Club: Swimming Team: Log Staff: Chairman Grad- uation Comm. Sherry Soqolow Vice-Pres. Camp Craft: Chorus: T.C.A.: G.A. A.: H.G. WX Virginia R. Siplin Loq Rep.: Library As- sistant: Typing Club, Tour Guide: G.A.A., Office Aide: H.G. Iosephine Slrotniclri Theresa Slosanylr Camp Craft: Chorus: I-Unchfoom Aide: G- G.A.A. A.A. oy nu. ,Ii X 5.1 ,V -A 44kt Q '- : A, 5-J W C' :fn mn? f ir ' : W ,. tr' S E ' J yvv' ttf qj - Q , ..P' 1""'fW2 is? Z' 'H 5 X Q92 1 t ., W 5553 2522 Y' X4 , 2' e 5- 2352 W - t- 13' s -4 W 15' 'Za 7 iff 725' f - l mul Ill: 5 an hu Ul,f -5 Wt 'U ii 2' ' S. -F L- Z '11 94 1 F.. -J' F ' A 'Z -jf."-3? Lorraine Slowick K Richard Smart Polish Club: Office Chess Club. Aide: l'l.G.: G,A.A. Frances Smolelr Camera Club: Honor Society. 2 , r if .QWQQ5 -X s..t X --K' Anno Sokolofi Library Assist.: Modes of the Hour: Honor Society: G.A.A. Harriet Speros LaVeme Splatt Rita Staniec Iacqueline Stark Iecmnette Stein Class Niqht Dance G.A.A.: Office Aide: Graduation Comm.: Prom COIHH1.: TO'-lf HODOI Roll: Review Comm.: Honor Society: Lunchroom Aide. Bond Lieut.: Sec. Pol- Guide: Creative Writ- Rep.: G.A.A.: H.G.: T.C.A.: G.A.A.: Phy- ish Club: G. A. A.: UIQ: G. A- A.: H. G.: Modes of the Hour. sics Club. H. G, Review Rep. Sol Snyder Basketball: Boys Glee Club: Rec. Games: HG. Nina Solanlm Honor Society: G.A.A.: Rec. Games: T.C.A. Alternate. Mira Stolrsilz T.C.A.: G.A.A.: Knit- tinq Club. 'Nav Iune Sulzen GAA' Chorus- S n . . ., , y - chronized Swimming: Honor Society: Rec Games. A-5, Q Evlynne Szymanowski Class Night Dance Comm.: Honor Society: White Collar Girl: Tour Guide: G.A.A. Rose Tomiczek Polish Club: Chorus: G.A.A-: H.G. Frances Swanberg Cap G Gown Comm.: Honor Society: Review Rep.: Modes of the Hour: Teacher's Aide: G.A.A. Camille Teicher Class Night Program C o m m .: Vice-Pres. Drama Club: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. ,Maia wr-"1" f Glory Toniato Knitting Club: Chorus. lu Lottie Tremontano Honor Society: Pan American Club: G. A.A. Victor Trubitt Fire Marshal: Pres. T. C.A.: Rec. Games: H. G.: Lunchroom Aide. H X9 . .,I,. . Charmaine Swatek Class Night Dance Comm.: Chorus: Modes of the Hour: G.A.A.: T.C.A.: H.G. Ellen Swiqaxt Helen Szaiko Rec. Games: Synchron- G.A.A.: Polish Club: ized Swimming: Honor H.G.: Honor Roll. Society: G. A. A.: Chorus. 5 12' s fi, 'ff 5 , Nellie Turner Graduation C o rn rn .: G.A.A.: H.G.: Polish Knitting Club: G.A.A.: Club. H G Betty Lee Tyda Betty lane VanGiesen Tour Guide: Rec. Games: H.G.: G.A.A. Frances Szyllto Clean-up Comm.: Pol- ish Club: H.G.: G. AA. ,agp Gwendolyn Thompson Vice-Pres. New Books Club: G.A.A. 'ns fm' E, :,:. fi ,, if? lrael Treqer Physics Club pres. Harold Veren Class Night Program Comm.: T.C.A.: Vicef Pres. Boys Glee Club: Fire Marshal: H.G. .ta A Q , .A-'A xg. Louise Villani Girls Chorus: HG.: G.A.A.: Modes of the Hour. Dorothy Wesolowski Polish Club: H. G.: Girls Chorus: G.A.A. 3 2 lv! Ioan Wilson Prom Comm.: G.A.A.: Rec. Games: Physics 5' Selma Wapner Cap G Gown Comm.: Sec. Pan American League: Office Aid: G.A.A.: H.G. of W ' 0 it 5 Jeannette Wasilewski Polish Club: Gold Pin Winner. Club: Tour Guide: Bookroom Asst. ...i , ,sa k A liliii . ' ,ff 1. 'A .. '.-.. 5, .A N mis I K gf H2 . of tg? e :Huge .4 . : . Iennie Woitowicz Knitting Club: Honor Roll: Chorus: lol. G.: G.A.A.: Modes of the liour. Rose Marie Wright H. G. Capt.: French Club: G.A.A.: Office Page. Frances Weber Social Center Comm.: Review Rep.: Modes of the Hour: G.A.A.: Chorus. Constance Wyman Catherine Yankoff Gold Pin Winner: Tour G.A.A.: White Collar Guide: Aviation Club Pres.: Stamps 6: Bonds Comm.: H.G.: G.A.A. Girls: Red Cross Club. H-N-nn? K5 X f i j-up x , - .. - - 21 gfjigx if .Q 11 . iatffkf: get f 1 liggyfr NRG 'A -55:2 -- a Max Weintrob Log Art Editor: Class Night Program Comm.: Social Center Comm.: T.C.A.: Review Photo- grapher: Gold Pin Win ner: Camera Club. '- doll 'if it . gf, Florence Wierxbicki Polish Club: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. Martha Wodinowich Lunchroom Aide: Pol- ish Club: G.A.A. Seymour Zaban Basketball Team: Boys Gloe Club: Marshal: liall Guard. Shirley Wendort Graduation C o In rn .: Little The tre: Ollice Cl Pago: G.A.A. -qv Eleanor Iune Willa Cap G Gown Comm.: Soc. Caniera Club. Chorus: l l. G. Capt.: G.A.A,: Art Club. wvx Mariorie Woiewoda Gold Pin Winner: Pan American Club: G. A. A. Helen Zaleskl ll.G.: OlllV0 Alder: llcil- isli Club: G.A.A. Shirley Zirin Bookroom Aide: Cre- ative Writing Club: Log Staff: Tour Guides: G.A.A. Angeline Punagakis G.A.A.: Rec. Games. Summer School Gradu- ate. Lorraine Szewc Hall Guard: Polish Club. Summer School Gradu- ate. xls vin, , June Wray Office Page: G.A.A.: Hall Guard. Summer School Gradu ate. if wt, 'fl xp' 7eJwwaq me GRADUATES NOT GRADUATES NOT PHQTQGRAPHED PHOTOGRAPHED Seymour From Hall Guard: Registrar: Log Staff, Art Club. Ted Frank Koszewski Boys Glee Club: Class Night Dance Comm.: Hall Guard. Leo Madura Hall Guard: Fire Mar- shal: Football Team. Herbert Mann Chess and Checker Club: Hall Guard: Chess Team. Irving Bat: Wilma C Peterson Graduation Comm. Patricia Converse G.A.A.: Rec. Games Club. Dorothy Navlyt G.A.A.: Chorus: Hall Guard: Polish Club: Honor Roll. Recreational Games G.A.A.: Chorus. Harry Still Physics Club: H.G. Frank Wocalewski Glee Club: H. G. 66026 Tonight, we, the class of Iune 1946, sit together in Fisk Auditorium, for the last time. As we sit here we find ourselves reminiscing on the cherished mem- ories of our past years at Tuley. It was but four short years ago that we stood be- fore the thick, dark doors of high school. We were a bright and enthusiastic group, yet a little bewilder- ed at what lay beyond those mystifying doors. Well, we were the future graduates of 1946 and it didn't take us long to find out. Why we were high school students! Remember the laughs and worries we shared? The shouts of "freshies"-the trouble with l4x-2zl- the first time we proudly stood up in a Spanish class to say "Como esta Ud?" Remember the excitement of marking day and course books-the awe of lock- ers, showers and noisy corridors? Yes, we had opened the thick doors and closed them behind us. We were quick to realize that before we closed the chapter on high school life we would have to cope with three other doors: those leading to the life of a Sophomore, Junior, and Senior. It wasn't long before we became accustomed to the title of Sophomore and all that came with it. Tests-dancing and fun in 27-Biology-diagrams- parallelograms-Caesar and Brutus-Tuley Review -and the Log. All were a part of us just as we were a part of Tuley. By our third year we were "old timers" in the Tuley network. How vivid are our memories of things we did and those we know. There was Phy- sics and Ohms' Law-Macbeth and theme writing- Solid Geometry and headaches. Our boys were go- ing out for sports-our Basketball team made second in city-we worked for days on our program for next semester and got something completely different. But that wasn't alll We began taking notice of that short girl Thelma Glass who was so talented at the piano. We watched Epstein and Dobryzynska, two geniuses to be sure. We marked Dorothy Schwartz as likely to get ahead because of her singing and took notice of each and every one. So, at the end of our Iunior WCUIWLQ year, we were well acquainted and worked dauntless- ly together towards various achievements. Then came 4B and the words "lt won't be long now". It was in this semester that several of our classmates graduated: for they had gone to summer school. Finally SENIOR A's and the memorable day when we were ushered into Senior Hall. What ex- uberant pride we felt as we realized the full meaning of being a Senior. Not long after came campaign speeches and slogans for class election. lt was the first time that three officers were elected by only the primaries. We were making history at Tuleyl Re- member the times we "Seniors" came in first in Review subscriptions and various other drives? Re- member U. S. History, English, Public Speaking and Chemistry, plus the senior assemblies, football rallies, noon hour dances in the gym? And we'll never forget the days we walked to school and ate harn- burgers instead of 35c lunches just to save money for class dues, the Log, pictures, cap and gown, and prom bid? 'I'he next big affair was the prom. For- mals, flowers, white jackets, dancing, night clubs and soft music. Others of importance too, like getting our class averages, Class Night and finally tonight! event-Graduation. Slowly we become aware of the strains of "Pomp and Circumstancen that are floating through the aud- itorium. Now, after four years of study, fun, devo- tion and friendship, the time has come for us to say goodby. We must say farewell to the school we love -to the bright faces-laughing eyes and familiar voices that we know so well. How fitting are the words "Our hearts are heavy, dear old Tuley, dear old Alma Mater truly, we will miss you, Tuley High." Our school days shall never be forgotten, for as we glance back we no longer see the dark, thick doors. ln their place stand transparent portals and we need only to look through them to recapture visions of our happy and memorable days at Tuley High School. Shirley Sims 554131 E E I 4 M f it A , If w 'W 5 QQ sf If fa M D My 7? 1 Q n fr Al L' A X iff' x Ill! CLASS NIGHT DANCE COMMITTEE CLASS NIGHT PROGRAM COMMITTEE YO' I PROM COMMITTI-,QELSTJ KS! KW 94312- I7 3 Xa. I N t xv' is M-...S XM-N1 ' 'M-Af gf' L..x ? '4nlu... 2-SNS xx 'sill AJ Xxx 4 V, Y Aiter rnonths ot iisten- 724m -1 pf . ing to everyones convers- afa- fl ation,yours truty has corne l le 4 up with toads oi gossip I V , 6 Orchids to: Mnftabin- W , ' ,mv ,g Q5 ovitz tor stopping to pick ? 'qmffa -f' 8 X-ggi ,Q up Madeiine Ytovin, and fr I I I Se ' J Shirtey Zirin on their way HY, v ' 8 MWJCJQ en in S E to schooi one morning . . . gg, e Hoareh jreedin ENIO Virginia Kornondoros tor fail tu nlg anStead9 th R HA winning two dance con- 26421 I If MISS efnd SGH Of Ae bulfll O tests. Att that taient and pretty too t t t W ,J t ghd A1 Nthejr YBJU DTH l ehn hh it toan Wiison doesn't start writing rnore ieqibty g, Wing ellma one as Show Bet during tests, Prrtene Sirnon is going to need giasses. Off him Esq d On1.1n D1 Speaking ot tests, i wonder it Miiiie Kurchitzer ever S 11e,,f'Ud C193 C got beiow a 95. Sweat?-I I r An Y n So elaata fa IZQIOH an whogd Yoa ra Und Fra A - Did ya ever: see touder S elbsrs tug- . .Ties S 4 faq, suspenders than those sported I ,ew beloy arg '?ITyg1O1ek es ' ff Qi, by iohnny Schietka? . . . won- WSI' . . nge Oulng ahev ' 3 , P3595 der how Leona Paiak keeps her C Or, ' Cam. fl th bout ' f I 2 hands so nice? know 'i - Liss Y ln 1119 S 6 1, ' . ,, ' . . . agii' .' I1-Vi Njgh g abTejchIT1'1 J, Mgfx who ate as much as Marityn 'Bung B t pr out ef ,lA ,N Haiperin? . . . notice how Chris a m,ffs" BZr1gOM'3f?rem the nz N: Coitias is atways taking the of tlld feu ree liz -. , ' x f X wrong side ot the argurnent? . . . ben he' twd abor hevfnd f f ' t see how cute Mice Prbahurko D-layeo is uf whim? 'I ' tooks when she uses her hands NR -S I- Q bench Q 1 white taiking? . . . see a pair ot X ef ' , ' twins? as ditterent as the Leck " gir s . . . D Have Picture ot the Sernester: Brotos iighting up iike fhrolfhe S you a neon sign the day his iriends cheered hirn with wellugh ttory ever sounds ot "Happy Birthday. Dear iirnrnie" Tit Wg get about heard Atter being begged to see the pictures drawn by fight he S wora din what Do Bruno Figura, i can oniy say, "pure genius" 'Q 'Q 'Q the 1efShOu1IeaSOnth if fer ja he Jia-'d Lester Brown has been watking to schooi every She h tis d del' is Ma DUckSkSt? int rnorning. Hes hoping the tresh air wiii rnake hirn as On If to th 6 ljttfon h grow t t t . ei' bredez e low Ulkjn, it you haven't seen Mitt Darntick' s iocker you're I dcejetens of ef fha S reaity rnissing sornething. We know thevhousing sit- ' charmn uation is bad, boys, but atter ati . . . fn S To Miss Kruzic: in case you re interested in A 0 lf knowing 'who broke the tixture in the gyrn, it was 1 none other than Seirna tsiuggeri Wapner. Men 1 Beware t i t ' 52 Q t 'Y h e impossibie: Overheard on the beach ,ff ' . ida Rosenwaid: A biq stronq if A man iike you miqht be better fs df , occupied than in, crueiiy catch- X inq iittie tish. X Paui Hayden: Perhaps you're xoxo ya riqht, but it this tish. had kept X I his mouth shut he wouidn't be i QL -3 I here. . T, v , I0 ' V I 177 jgh nky . t V - y hdlpcuy Suaveren i , , We I. e . S 1 ' , YOUIQDOW IFS Mgth hfokfng ' r s , Q I In Y .K I1 i.. 0 s dwfnze Onefu Wer 'f Infw angjs OU thefO1- the saVinY, S' I - fo - G D 9 I Q N 'T'were in Mr. Adei- ,Seen gg19y?tfYDE Of gif' man's Chem. ciass as they themiringttfng Ounseifersolf ' I 3 4 were choosing topics to Y Cu! t gjdgllife hav? t I , report on. Up iurnps Mur- heir hces aufew cada' iei Freik shoutinq, "Tit take dir g Slnce y N5 Q' poison". From the back ' - ot the room Soi Priperstein , eirciairned, "Not here it A piease". QSO it never hap- A pened, you qot your at fp names mentioned, didn't Q. youb W f C7 7 Y N ofe ' SSS' fo all Ing MQ f ingy UPS? yolgy Ab C. xi 6 fewf, wh Ie so Szetd. Idwlillsnot tr ffndnggf One ot these days: Prose Mary Abruscaro is qo- " Y Inomf inq to qrow a centimeter . . . Doiores Marcus wiii get her iocker open on the tirst 5 tries . . . Liiiian Saits- berq's dream ot Tuiey tountains that sprout "coke" wiii come true . . . "Fishy" Oderberq isn't qoinq to know the answer . . . Mrs. O'Neii wiii stop retereeinq teuds between Marion tMitchka7 Goy and Max Wein- trob . . . the boys wiii ask the qiris to dance durinq iunch periods. tpossibiiity irnpossibiei Ptosaiyn Man- ' , 1 dei wiii come into Oitice Practice on time . . . - , ' 1 f Here's Pi "thanks" to Wanda Sidiecki tor iettinq ' If Wjjl Wond yours truiy use her ink aii semester. ti hope this and ' -" 5 now be asef jf E the iOc i qave her wiii keep her quieth , fa11 61Iner Pteiia Franzus aiways seems to have a iist ot Q! 11aStiC dfie A 0 ye Henn. iokes to keep her triends iauqhinq. Lauqhinq '? 'E 'E gg, . Uclq about 51 den Su af S frcifnq ' d TU1 ef f re is Se .We en! SY' ., ufllp ent feaSf3Zn'I1'1fthsf ab Qual- of thesyfobbie e' Gggfrh H S. Y Ou Gr S N Our 1 W. . D Og-IC, O Spdcgdgne 13,413 up th - jllne Pihl- I' el sI1't , is , S. 1 se lg 9012936-d jnfor n' rn . 0 long, gs-Delfllfe ofdtfzon hirley t' Wo , 53 acute Vs Av W iw vu if sr wg F 'L . ,318 gms 1 ,f , r ag !,.l7f',3,"3,3,, ff? Q fiom W ,A Q His?-Ulf In f 34 - "Tv 0 'V :ei-:"" -- i ff, X Q 1 lea 1:3 v 'B O 'Z' ' is .5 5 X :WJ S.. 'R mogul ' X 1' N1 . - my g-uu--- MW Nz LJ! WQF7' FRENCH CLUB Sponsor - Miss Del Campo NEW BOOKS CLUB Sponsors - Miss Hughes and Miss Johnson CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB Sponsors - Messrs. Lee and Hood -xrrr Y n u' .-fr. ' W 'p - . Uh' f ef : -iil MQ' 'i A257 ,six ART CLUB W I Q Sponsor - Mrs. O'Nei11 ' ' ' N x , x I - I I ' LATIN CLUB fl x Sponsor - Miss Bergstrom 1 ,xx 9 'aft -,yr if "Jr, 1 A fi? 592 i kvfq A " ,YE us N :lg Vw ' A qs lb a r, lv 57 5. Q g ,84, C . I - D ' f H, 0 9 ' .. 6 ' f . iE 'fs' -Qlfi' 'QS-X M - A N ,O I M.. w AQ its . .1 , : . . ' ,- ' . , Vi -.' g."" H A., :- X S, . 1' Q S wi A I A 9' N. 4 1 .C wh yy. iff xr -A I n 1 ry , Q 0 ,Z 1 , . I ., Av ,. away 58 L J PHYSICS CLUB Sponsor - Mr. Adelman NEWS AND VIEWS CLUB Sponsors E Mrs. O'MaHey and Mr. Tinqley RED CROSS Sponsors - Miss Gillan and Mrs. Posler SPORTS APPRECIATION CLUB Sponsor - Miss Keslov 5. Q can I H LJ CREATIVE WRITING CLUB Sponsor - Mr. Rabinovitz 1 of X K w Sa' CAMERA CLUB Sponsor - Mr. Miller -Q, L 0 I f. ,, . r If M142 -43 1 zu.-4-IW 'HQ- 6'lf' 'Civ 4s X' 'f 5 G'-35 A m? ,P0 ,J C' 2 if in Rl. vimiir X s ug, ,KX l" ig , r A III 1 ll' xi I '35 ,' U , W sig 15' O . 'U bv r 1 , 9 . ' . I ' I X , 59, ' 854:---a ' . s'u.::a-s 60 Sp T YPING CLUB AVIATION CLUB Sponsors - Miss Clyne and M S SCIENCE Sponsor - Mlss Dlxo onsor - Mrs. Creho Q7 Z R P , . R MODES OF THE HOUR Sponsors - Misses Wheldon and Grieve BOYS' GLEE CLUB Sponsor - Mrs. Gaines QSe?2se?Qf 61 KNIT'I'ING CLUB Sponsors - Miss Crisler, Miss Kilpatrick and Miss Lawson RECREATIONAL GAMES Sponsors - Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Snyder, Miss McGrath F ,Q 1- --+ ---,4.-MWA-N ii..i M.Y4...-.-n.--.--- T I E 'WE A If f WHITE COLLAR CLUB Sponsors - Mrs. Nolan and Miss Walsh LTHN CAMP CRAFT CLUB Sponsor - Miss Kruzic ? I s A F 4 ., l I , 1 f lx I It a fp i ' ,-a n M 5 33 ' 11, 'Zu 51-.- 49: Z5 Q we Q LN 4? w Iv 1 , 3 .-C " 49 Q M, ' 4 , "I X Q 1 V1 XM 63 1 ' "F . rf S-' bf' 'f .XEX X 2 wma, 1 X ' PJ. X iiaggwflr 'v V, i grjcxt Hiiidk , I XX VGVIR1 xcm :Hy Q A' ' rf' 1 my f WWA0 W' ,Q ,M l k 1 ffl T 5 X J, ii ,, .Mi , im, ' ff .. P' my nl : :0 4, fgg 5 'H :S fum X yzf-,Qu-v I H1111 HK-I U.. ..... 1 un 1-- llll IH Munn.. ...U 'If-lun , ,-..., ,flu 1:-un, ,, 1. ,.'un., PLL' if-f:ln .,'-,. 4 1 1. .1-:'::f-in ".-.'- .n.'.,'- f. -..-- Q o, 1- , ',":"u5 "': ':" 1 4 - . lv .3.:.": .:.-:. V, J.: . N '-0: 8 Sponsor - Mr. lane . A POLISH CLUB 64 f A ti LITTLE THEATER CLUB Sponsors - Miss Petersen and Mrs. Paul 5514, PAN AMERICAN CLUB Sponsor -- Miss Dubow al' L as hx-N IMI. A 7 ' - E IM , nxmmrrrrw lwuulhmlw h-Et Ill ' WIIIUU' -.-."' "1 Ill 1111 65 X!! Wx JMX we 611,555-X ?Q9f'a47"""ff 'Q ' 15' f j1v.Z.,lif?'-::f:-71" . R df f H Au' 4-F 6 W 1 5 cj-'N 5 r 4 , .4659 IU' -X f N gk j fc 47 f ?f N f K 2 YE SQ . L i. wif-JM 67 323 XX ' 5 Agfa ww f LU . KL, ,,,,. F' N ., alH?Fw?3?Tfi 'Q nf ,M1x.Xw,.. X in 52222 W lib HB 74e70u6ce4" An organization both important and active at the Tuley High is the Tuley Civic Association. The T. C. A. is a school council representing the entire student body. Its delegates and alternates are elected by their division rooms. All representatives must have a good record of school citizenship and scholarship. The T. C. A. delegates have done fine Work in promoting school Welfare. The committees most active are the T. C. A. Advisory Board, the Clean-up Committee, the Athletic Committee, and the Service Awards Committee. The faculty sponsors of this organization are Miss Edna Weiler, Mrs. Miriam Herrick and Mr. Ioseph Smidl. Student officers elected for the September and February semesters Were, chairman, Victor Trubittp Vice-Chairman, Martha Ponderlikp Secretary, Iohn Tokar. l eleme- As early as September l945, the Clean-up Com- mittee was organized from the membership of the Tuley Civic Association. Muriel Frelk was appointed chairman and under her capable leadership the com- mittee formulated, and carried out an all year round Clean-up Campaign for the school and the commun- ity. Mr. Smidl acted as sponsor. N ,. 'Q Q, :rf 1' The Lunch Room Aides do a splendid job of making our lunchroom the pleasant place it is today. The clean tables and pleasant atmosphere are one of the prides of Tuley. Vtfe owe a vote of thanks to our very capable Aides who donate their time so that we may have 'L M,-f 'if 17 dee a cleaner and better place to eat. lt's really a joy to us to have such fine sponsors as Miss Wheldon, Miss Clyne, Miss Roman, and Messrs. Greenberg, Becker, Lee and Polivka. Again we say "thanks" to our aides, sponsors, and students who carried out their duties so efficiently. he Assemblies, fire drills, and other activities requiring supervision are under the guidance of the Fire Marshals. It is their duty to direct traffic in the halls and act as ushers during assemblies. Because of their understanding of their jobs and their sense of responsibility they have been, and will continue to be, a valuable asset to the school and student body. Office idea We owe a vote of thanks to the girls who act as Tu1ey's office aides in the various administrative offices. Their duties chiefly include clerical work such as filing and typing. Beside their office Work they serve as messengers and receptionists. These girls are selected for their neat appearance and personality as Well as their capability. GZGWJQ Staff Have you ever wondered who is responsible for keeping our library books conditioned and readable? Under the sponsorship of Miss Hughes and her assistant, Mrs. Phillips, each period four or five student helpers take over the numerous jobs necessary to maintain a well run library. Behind the desks are the girls who check books in and out, lend pamphlets and other periodicals, distribute attendance slips, and guard the entrances. The aim of these students is to be helpful to their fellow Tuleyites land they've succeeded quite welll. gaabzaam Wedpme "Do you have any pamphlets on early American Life?" "Who wrote the Blue Edition of the Latin Book H?" Always available to answer your questions, student helpers under the guidance of Miss Clyne and Mr. Rabinovitz take charge of the text-books at Tuley. Besides being custodians of the four story bookshelves they handle Lost and Found articles, from sardine sandwiches to dictionaries. Every helper is proud of her job, for it offers fun as well as the importance of service to our school. . . F . . ew The Girls' Chorus, directed at present by Mrs. Walsh, is an old Tuley organization which has al- ways interested many girls. The Chorus is always willing to provide vocal entertainment at assemblies and enjoys singing tor itself at regular meetings. C i Events of the past year in which the Chorus took part were the Armistice and Christmas assemblies where it supplied background music, and the "Citi- zens ot Tomorrow" radio program on Dec. 28. Wann One of the largest organizations at Tuley 'is the Honor Society, tor its membership includes all stu- dents who have been on the Honor Roll at least one semester. Each semester an assembly is held during which awards are given for outstanding scholastic achieve- ment. Students who have been in the Honor Roll six times receive Gold Pins. Those who have made i S . it tour times receive silver pins. This semester, in order to provide a program for the assembly, the Gold Pin Winners met as a group and presented a panel about the United Nations. The sponsors of the organization are Miss Kil- patrick and Miss Hansen. - W N ...M , it , 4 ff ' Y 1. -1 ..,.,. -' - y .'-N I t W.: ,.., . , , , Q..-.::::'s-r::., . ' 'iwv' A specially selected group of girls trained by Miss Mayer, the Tour Guides have proved themselves a very helpful group. Each semester pupils of the elementary schools are brought to Tuley, where they are shown various places of interest by the guides. The guides, Wearing dark shirts, White blouses and hose give a very effective appearance. On Careers Day and other special occasions the Tour Guides are always ready to do their part. Wa!! Zuma! dm "Do you have a pass?" That's a phrase we've all heard more than just "often" here at our Alma Mater. Many is the time We've moaned and groaned because we had to go back for a pass or had to Wait until the bell rang to get through. Enforcing the rules about "up" and "down" stairways kept the Hall Guards busy too. We say "thanks" to our able Captains and Hall Guards and commend Miss Del Campo for her sponsorship of such fine organization. WINNING DIVISION FOR STAMPS AND BONDS Mrs. O'Ma11e-y LEADING DIVISION F OR COMMUNITY FUND Miss Kelley SABIN CLASS LEADS IN RED CROSS DRIVE Mrs. Sims nw- Saccal data "Are you going to the Social tonight?" is a phrase that rings through the halls of Tuley every Friday. With the atmosphere like something out ot a movie, lights dimmed, the band super, and all the cokes you can drink, how can one resist going? Our lacks and Iills are really something to see as they come all spruced up for an evening ot fun. As we walk in, we find Mr. Perdue and Mr. lane greeting all the guests and Miss Kelley and her committee trying to help new- comers to get acquainted. Miss Kelley strikes up many new acquaintances and starts the ball of romance rolling. Considering the contests and parties we are always having we can readily see there's never a dull moment at the "Center". One oi our top notch evenings was the Sweetheart Dance that was held on Valentine's Day. More recently green bows and shamrocks were characteristic of our St. Patrick's Day Dance when Tuley boys and girls danced to the sweet music played by our Social Center Band oi the evening. With the aid of the faculty and student enthusiasm, our Social Center has proved to be a worthwhile project. ,il Ld ll ' l l' .fanaizaom Schobl Daily Program "i"M' EQE E v H, PAQT1 ,ga-W P55556 N ! r- 4- 'E K, mTUDY ATTENDANCE RECORD , Hi 11 Q rump.. j y gl lm-45 - M n , r go ,,,,, Q ., ,,.,,. J YEAR - A K ROOM l K I mx W, ' """"'E'-'- T""X-A-v-'H+-Q '::p.,...T':':LA: J,v,,.Of.T,. D,,R,,g,,! 2 1 5! 3 WL. mf: A DAT E Rena 2' S vg Q T ' u I N5TF?UCT!ONS:- ' 5' D.x'e-,row Txnacmea wi nat. 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Inna Gocklor Typing ldv! lid lah Chavln loan Samlcm ldsll Stuckor l-lor!-nrt hhdman Sluldon Rnlbman Rochalla Rtchdqor Ann Ddiur Dum Younq Padua lhl Boumurh Namyn loan Nicholson Mm-lou Binder Crum: Cohan Bvlllllm Fira me Goldberg Dymo Goldon Gnlhnn Yudnwnky Edna Blalik 131 Weiner Ilmmy Bxotuou li Rcncuole Mon-In Bromhin m Bows: Arthur lm-hm In lid! Cl rlnhurwuino-ob Photographs Gllhon Bunn Phabqmplur ldnna ltd Jayco Gramm ludman Um-as lolvh .I-Inllur And. Business . AUD, Pltqlbbom Grmlcloa llqr. llllhoa rkmsan kg rung Linh Kubu E5"'t's....""""" Alloc dll lon Gotham Dolonu liar Ziluleg Review This Nnnpqar is Publhhld by Studi d KUII-I7 L TULIY BCI ICIOG- lili l. Clanton An. Gump. llab lBlll1LRll.l.lll,Pll.ldpd IDITOIIAI-STAY? sam-mchief ........... Pump oder-bnq Alsillant Editor ............. Icrmol BIQUOI News Editor ...... . . ..... Iam Scanlon Feature Editor ......... Rosemarie Ncrmyst Liionxy Edlior ...... Eovdfn Nollman Sports Editor . .. ........ Luster Brown Girls Sparta .... ...... H dna Bair Brmmk Editor .............. Mulon Bind!! Photographer .............. lux Woinhvb Sports ..... Burlorn Borqor, Morris Bronshln, Arthur Burkan, Georg! Bav lo Reportersnhoil Chcrvln, ldell Stwcker, Dina Young, Rochelle Richtiqor, Luvlrnu Still, Icmxn Gm-y, Henry Kalapuou, Lcvcrnn Domblala., Bettty Icmo Kanopa, Dolonl Marcus. Beverly Gxsonmon, Bsmadettc Ianlak, Benny Plnsky. Featum Writers ...... Cy-rum: Cohen, Edna Bdulcnk, Mary lou Shurba, los Wylocki, Natalie Koi. 1'ypll1't..Gloria Brcverman, Ebhlyn Wahl, Lorena. Guzman, Ruth Rosenberg, Rims Mintz. Business Manager .... .. George Ravozzolo Assistant: . . Walter Gmbonnki. loo Frono Sabin Mancqsr .. ............ Ilm Zalln wcxtlovn MCZIUUUI . ....... 10611 Har!!! Mlldnd H Adv :leper ..... ..... QMAMICIKB E'mchanqeagdl2on-- M . Ron Pruvul, mln Sdlvranz Ipod: lhnllzfill Uhillluolf BTXIBDOUI Mhsfbunnoy The Tuley Review is the official newspaper of Tuley High School. lt is a complete record ot the events of each semester, whether in the classroom, assembly hall, division room, gymnasium, or ath- letic field. lt breaks into the lighter vein with a feature page of fun and nonsense. Sabin has a page to itself, although the staff hopes that Sabinites read the rest of the paper, too. Early in each semester Miss Hussey's business staff launches a campaign to sell subscriptions for February Co-Editor 15559 JEWEL FLOWERS ' - I Iune Editor PHILLIP ODERBERG the Review. When all business transactions are completed, it is up to the writers to keep the sub- scribers happy. They receive assignments from the editors twho frequently wind up doing the work themselvesl and get busy writing them up. When turned in, the articles are checked and then copied by the typists. From here on, Miss McGill, the edit- ors, and the printer take over in assembling and printing the paper. ' . I ' W-n 1 K HUMOR EWS So , ef a I- ' 177,147 1 v , X IP, , " FRQM THE FROM THE s ' Pnsss Box 0"'N'0N BOX In B the writer of "Movie Review": l l by 'nm' in the movie review of "Rhap- Quoth Marvin Boyd, "Money is the blood of the world." Just call It is in Blue." you wrote that anemia, says that I weigh twenty-five You coun1dn't gain tive pounds HATTIES Contest 'Q' I BUY S'f'adU8tir1g senior whom you ou do not have to be a senior to ote for must be in the graduating REVIEW MAKES A REVIEW . Most athletic , , x sl I . ,ei 1 ' E 2. Best, looking e x M It 4 K 3. Best dancer if 4. Best personality Sports - Feature - ws Fem's Sporting LIFE I shall now tell you, here, a story. It is a slinple story, It goes like this: -I4 :xg-----efw Jive Line KID-1-------6X2 ROUNII A With mout. glaring, LeRc up his positio The sight of 2 much for hin The Herv Roth's alarming rate 3' C0111- and "dir ' x out H1 ya, you eager beavers ! ! ! ! ! Rogzafoullemg X ured, What's new with you? That so? tially I hear f the Geegl never wauld have guessed fur cgam Class ' y' he held for n 'hose SCOOP--And here we have the Ideal Man C?J at Tuley: Brains ........ Sheldon Matlow Eyes . . ............ Don I-Ieaver 11-4. mmm. Cnehl.-n singing talen a nation wide the job on cago, as their s - BRIEF BIOGS -- Z! eys By QBBIIIS sub- the nd the orches- air. The Class iommittee, of gg. ,-,,,,...f-,W 87 ROSEMARIE CRAPPLE Editor SHIRLEY SIMS Editor 6016 j MAX WEINTROB -409 SW! LUCILLE REMBOWSKI Art Editor ?f4wwf HAROLD CRAVEN Business Manager Art Editor BRUNO FIGURA Business Manager if? RQ ,, . . f 8 74a .log Staff Have you ever been witness to a nail gnawing, pencil pruning, skull scratching session? If you haven't and are interested, drop around to the Log Staff office some 4th period and watch the champions! But honestly, prospec- tive staffers, it takes nerves of steel, inexhaustible endur- ance, and an honest desire to work and Work. tand workl The staff has been doing a bang-up job and since we don't want it said that there were any "rabbit punches" pulled, here is where the credit goes. To Rosemarie Crapple for arranging the February material. With her were Harold Craven, Business Manager, and Lou Rem- bowski, Art Editor, who through her skill has brought you many drawings. To the Iune staff, who have carried a great deal of the load, goes a round of applause. To Sims, Weintrob and Figura goes credit for the general layout of the material you are now thumbing through. Although Shirley Sims was seen looking at everything and every- one as prospective Log material, Max Weintraub acted as funny as the cartoons he drew, and Bruno Figura sold even the sheep in his dreams a year book, the spirit of these three has remained undaunted. Combined with the efforts of lim Brotsos, Shirley Zirin, Lillian Saltsberg, Don- ald Smith and Lenore Lakowski, who compose the Literary Staff and members of the Business Staff, this year's book is one of the best. We sincerely hope that this Log of 1946 is received with great enthusiasm. Undying praise must also be given to the "Big Three Referees", Mr. Smidl, Miss McGill and Mrs. O'Neill, for without their aid and advice we might never have been able to go to press. And so, dear readers, you can easily see that it was only through the combined efforts of students and faculty that we are now able to say "it was a tough fight, but we won". FEBRUARY STAFF IUNE STAFF EDITOR Rosemarie Crapple .......................... ......... ..... S h irley Sims ART EDITOR Lucille Remboski ......................................................................... Max Weintrob ART STAFF All members of the Advanced Art classes LITERARY STAFF Iewel Flowers ............. ........... . ......,................ I ames Brotsos, Sports Editor Zelda Ganzer ................ ................................................... L enore Lakowski Donald Winkowski ....... ......... D onald Redman Smith Leonard Zebrowski ...................................................................... Shirley Zirin Dolores Zdurrek ...................................................................... Lillian Saltsberg BUSINESS MANAGER Bruno Pigurcr BUSINESS STAFF Sidney Kasper ...... ................................................ D orothy Dobrzynska Mildred Packer ...... Irving Pliskin ........... Helen Obuchowicz ........ Harold Craven ....... Betty Honiq ........... Leo Idaszak Iohn Iwicki Dolores Marcus James Ramsay SECRLTARIAL STAFF Sally Blue Virginia Komondoros Rella Pranzus Arlene Simon Marion Dulkin Rose Getzberg Rosemarie Namyst LOG ART STAFF Natalie Kot Arthur Lerner Gloria Maiworm Dorothy Dobrzynska Eugene Mildebrath Margaret Mitcoff Bill O'Sheill Florence Rood Eugene Beyak Vivia Bogdal Alfred Bokowski Florence Samowski Norton Siegel Viola Stern lack Vinicky Max Weintrob Eleanor Willie Evelyn Wong David Froberg Dorothy Gaile Marion Goy Patricia Huddleston lack Rosen lim Zeiler 89 Cravin' for an idea as Lou Rembowski and Rosemarie Crapple look on. wggzwm A my ix, -'-'Y' ,J f""""'P'af ---f"'!F V'PI"1:AA'na s 'N rm iw, M as f Unmindful of the task that lay ahead, the Log Staff smiles ? 'P ? A rare moment finds Shirley Sims, Max Weintrob and Bruno Fiqura at peace with one an- other. A ,Q A A 411 A AAWAA A8 4:1 'qw X I f,. 'A A A A 'X'zQ"'A ,fmx A?,A K 95,9 if X ff! 7 AQQAPAAA AAA AAA 26611 ZX O x Arif- lp. 4X4 KCQZTVAJ F X! M P A 14 A ri Q QT' ' ,,-Af ' A 'fi-5-W'1a-gif .5 UT jjgffd 55 1 Q3 QI V fj 1. - X ':, ., -f ff KA ' , X L I K. f X I ,lj KL ' X .f-'ss K , fx xv S x M f' ' Q V-PPA '- rx A C - WW KN- KX-. x!f nf 7ooz'ZaZZ 7?46 fb LW airmail: ?aaa'laZlS Despite the fact that the team was green, light, and out of condition the Wildcats started the season pretty well. ln the first game Waller made only one successful drive, scoring a touchdown, and spent the remainder of the game losing yardage. Showing a superior offense, Tuley scored one touchdown Cby Al Degandl and came close to scoring another in the fourth quarter. The greatest single play of the game was the flatpass from Zwerling to Hardison. This play gained 30 yards. The powerful Hirsch eleven was held scoreless at half-time before the game was called because of continuing rain. After these practice games, however, the team seemed to lose its effectiveness and scored but one touchdown during the rest of the season lon a pass from Becket to Kurekl. Though the team didn't do much scoring, it did come up with several good football players. One of these was captain Stan Perciah. For his fine play- ing at left guard, the team elected him the most valu- able player on the squad. Another Veteran who played a great game in the line was Iohn Hintz. lthe only player serving his third year with the Wildcatsl. ln the backfield several players were outstanding. For awhile Degand and Buechel were among the city's leading ground gainers. Other backs who looked good were Mel Becket Cfbl, Gerald Goshko Chbl and Frank Dornan lhbl. We cannot foretell what the team will do next year, but with so few members graduating it seems probable that Cwith the added experiencel the team will do a lot better this fall. lt's up to the players. TULEY OPPONENTS 6 Waller-6 U Hirsch-0 O Foreman-39 0 Marshall-20 O Austin-39 O Kelvyn Pk.-32 O Steinmetz-32 6 Crane Tech.-33 :hedules aheadg both have excel- ent chances of iinishing W action standings, and bo' I-"311w ,ted Six points each. The one, so they would have been able to 'red Pacion, although he " 'ic m01'e baskets- score, played a fine defen- ace the danger of not r game, OS did 12112-'l Q te or , , ause they will lose va Sch, Lerner, and Zlfch- O 'x -, Waftlng 1 Fgbruary, eller was high point man for This is a Very gooo 'uniors with 8 and scored one Vo do not know hc A nore than Goby. Sarnowski F- if ,...e ,--- aams will be after F .iuO at Q ' ,Mery commendable game, ee? e news and nd since the Marsh: mes . t SC' ' "o- 1 O Points and not Com' ,c f r 5 ,in the gym e played before, fefmow WX ni o,A. lngle foul. Captain Ant- Q ds 1 ny Way' and ave a Chance at g '3I'l, .1115 too Well covered, made . 1 , 1 - A . ' ' , , tht ts In eneral the since th 1. -n no import- The o ee ' g fe decided to ood the 1HtOSt-- o lies in :lass has 1,-gnu fm Jle, and lmalfarb 1 K PNY Will Omcatgy l oon will The mit' 1 Q Fan her E35 to all nlylont we biljkgz ?1mi1.0I' ? kick- 1s c in f as of ti- 5 eanor ow he , Stel- own fl and ap v when ' girls, I l Mints, and the game end with we're not supposed tf playing 2' ' on top, 51-30. footballg only a mild ry mild, ' 73 de Rico was hi Joint in factj version of b I' f for Lane with 29 pt o and There seems to be S yet, , ewski and Aderbac 'er' O sy over which is H' Deeembel. ' the Wildcats, scc if v-Mrs. Porter's tl he footbal I roints respectively. 3 5 der's eighth? I' .ne ect atain for l "VT"'- ' 1 kt 'ichefs would agre' 'Tp ,aso re Frank qer Team l 'i'e 1 PFOUY good cc 01' and little B... 3 fl other-t lke the pl, , c vember 29th, the V ::1" 11' Z eg, V1.0 dI'OSS1Ug FOOT' 'e t season's captai its first official ' 11118 Wlllh SU'-311 5 ate this comu ed by Braun f0l age "'- W QQ, -MOVES -by H1059 ,Sen , f 1 ebrm came from La- :ker players , f o O 20011 be 1'Gfh.9aI'S1Hg 5 S ech st season's te: l mpetitionl, Aus Tile f9S'fiV1UeS- P1 pg 't' art ractice, and v V took the lead in a O loud! Q 2 id rterback. Fra. Q a previous meet 3 "i2. While We'fe'0n P1 K A, J' ho g here at that tim .n y gained a draw a 1 10-Lucille HOYYVU , ' be as I zk. When ask 13 vod chance of taki: il ' e c -wing SOYHG SIHSIHS o ress' 11, .K of next yea mt 1 a. scoring was as fc as P 2 r00m these day 1 'ty She a. c iid, "Most of 1 Austifko - O '99 out Wh HAI 'mfr 'eturning again t. 1 L Braun if ' f mes in with "I D im' ' Juld have a pret I B. Anagnoston 9 duet-if YOU ' D - Whiie Wally, t L Li 2 ' ristein Greenbery -fell, gals, thavs ff the 1 ve of the two ' 5 B s Witting ice I have now. , team would 3 T in Chason 3 5 12 Totals 18 P.S.: Merry Chrmma .sl Z Scuba This season, the Tuley Seniors have shown a more promising team than they have in previous years. With experience gained this year and the hold over of most of its men, the Tomcat five expects to accomplish mich during the forthcoming season. The ability of the team was shown in various games. Probably the game most remembered by fans and players alike is the one with Austin. With sixty seconds left to play Sheldon Cohn threw in a free throw to tie the score. Then George Olszewski in the last 30 seconds sank a half court shot to win the game. A new star and addition to the Tuley five this season is Kenny Adalbert who came from Weber. Other stars on the team are George Olszewski, cap- tain, who is third highest scorer in the West section. Hankin, a veteran and valuable asset to the team graduated at half season and the team was at a loss without him. A man who didn't make the team last year, but came back to become one of the first five was Sheldon Cohn. Another man who returned to the team this year after a season of inactivity is Rich- ard Hoover, who displayed superb playing ability. Last but not least We must not forget the greatly im- proved play of Ioe Graboski, our 6 ft. 6 in. center. The Civil War game this season was won by the heavy team which routed the Irs. with a 55-20 vic- tory. With such fine display of ability and the guid- ance and supervision of Coach Tortorelli, it has been predicted that the Tomcats have a very good chance of taking section next year. The Cagers are hope- fully looking towards that pinnacle. LEAGUE SCORES TULEY VS. OPPONENTS 24 Marshall-43 37 Wells-57 64 Medill-36 30 Austin-28 40 Crane-45 36 McKinley-37 40 Foreman-42 38 Kelvyn--3 l 4 l Washbume-25 Z , . .,.i x .. X ., i.-,....i..e- caubfzd Throughout previous years Tuley has always come across with a spectacular and adequate Iunior team. Last year, Tuley Ponies played Marshall as the contending team for the Public High School title. With the loss of such star cagers as Bernie Stolar, Captain of the Ponies, Eugene Zitch, one of the best guards of the city, and Carl Kupperschmidt, our team this year was handicapped. The Tuley five came back this year with a team that had the fight and stamina but not the experience that is so necessary and vital. With lack of teamwork the Ponies played every game this season with the fight and good sportsman- ship that is the basis of any good team. Some of the most memorable cagers of this sea- son Were "Perry" Antman, Captain of the Tuley five, who graduated at half season, "Milty" Damlich, a returned member and asset to the team, and Iohn Sarnowski, that all around defense and offense man. One of the most outstanding games as recorded in players and crowds alike was the Tuley-Schurz battle. Throughout the game superb playing ability was shown by both teams. Owing to the high point making of "Mi1ty" Damlich, and fine defense play- ing by his teammates, Schurz was kept in an eclipse, and Tuley was proclaimed victor. Games of this type were played all through the season. Under the able supervision of Coach Tortorelli, the Iunior Five promises to come back with a team that is going to go places. League Scores TULEY OPPONENTS 45 Marshall-64 58 Medill-29 35 Foreman-41 39 Austin-56 29 Crane-46 27 Wells-58 28 McKinley-54 36 Kelvyn Pk.-30 30 Washburne-36 , - Q i 1 ? , , sky ? 14,12 was 5 kim 4 Q E W 1? We 98 7emzi4 7eam This year we hope to have one of the best teams Tuley has ever produced. With the enthusiasm of the boys and their Captain Bill Lichtenstein, the team looks very promising. Although only a Iunior, Bill already has two years of practice to his credit. With him are Sheldon Cohen, who plays a fast game and uses a quick chop to good advantage, Arthur Lerner, and Herbert Gottschalk, who play second string doubles. Irv Hoffman, Eugene Madon, and Norman Unterbeiger all contribute their skill to the makeup of a fine team. Our practice matches will probably start with Evanston Township High and St. Ignatius. Through the faithful coaching of Mr. Tortorelli and the skill of our boys we can expect a great deal from the team. 7mm Once again Tuley has a checker team participat- ing in inter-city competition. Aided by Captain Chris Collias, Mr. Lee and Mr. Rood organized a promising team. Led by Louis Roth, Bill Lichtenstein and Sheldon Reibman, the checker team took second place in the city. The other team members are Herb Bregman and Iim Brostos. After ending a successful season, the boys challenged a faculty team and lost 21 to 15. TULEY OPPONENTS 1 5 Austin-1 5 12 Austin-18 17 Hyde Park-13 19 Tilden-11 26 Tilden-4 18 Hyde Park-12 This year Tuley met with little success in chess competition. Composed of Epstein, Fleischman, Lieb- man, Craven, Sorensen, Michael and Kahan, the in- experienced team couldn't win against veteran op- ponents but it did show signs of developing into a winning team next year. With the expert coaching of Mr. Lee and Mr. Rood, Tuley should be up among the leaders. 7mm TULEY OPPONENTS 2 Schurz-8 4 S. Shore-6 l Austin-9 2 Hyde Park-8 2 Tilden-8 4 Schurz-6 6 S. Shore-4 O Austin-10 0 Tilden-10 Hyde Park- i-5' gacelall To some Tuleyites, the words "It might as well be spring", will bring thoughts of senior prom, class night and graduation, but spring also means to rnany, the beginning of a new baseball season. As We gaze into the future we see that our baseball team will be strength- ened considerably by our, Co-Captains, Iohn Sarnowski, at "short" and Stan Perciach - catching. The out-field consists of Marty Abezetian, a veteran of three years, and two rookies, Bob Soriano and Gene Mildebrath. Second base will again be warmed by Richie Hoover, who was a great asset to the team last year. Over on first, we have Irv Berkowitz doing his share on the diamond. The weakest position of the squad seems to lie with the pitching staff, although Herb Banke and Burton Berger will do more than their share in helping to bring the team to numerous victories. Keep your eye on a fast moving fellow - the new infielder, Ioe Augustyn. He is an excellent fielder and does exceptionally well at bat. With all of this combined talent, the tearn's dauntless spirit, and the expert coaching of Mr. Gross, we're looking forward to 1946, as one of the most suc- cessful at Tuley High. -'mllgg Plgueal Education 102 F ' 103 lam Brick, mortar, stone form one compact looming mass That lives, though some give little or no credence To so unreal a thingy but we who pass Beneath those grayish portals Know of the soul that stirs within this matrix of the mind, And of the myriad feelings That surge on daily through her radiant halls. W' e know of her laughs and of her sighs, We know of her kindly acts and natural grace, And we know, too, of a look reproachful, but well-meaning, That sometimes touches in her gentle face. We know her well, who have known her long, And in years to come, when all that's mean is clouded o'er By a veil of wistful memory, we shall remember her: And in that moment, when the past's recaptured, We shall find her, our Alma Mater, 1 A treasured symbol of happy youth and bygone beauty. Bruno Figura E l a 3 2 Q x I E I E 2 ' e 5 Q 2 E I ! 4 K Q 5 w 4 3

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